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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i t Twenty-one Bradford, High School 18 of 91 students to qualify for the AO' Sellna Cassels, "alto, daughter students In the district passed i thattest score of 90.. Seventy Is a passing BHS was assigned two cards, mean. :
chorus, members took the Florida State chorus is akin to... winning the Mr. and Mrs, Dean Cassels of? t:1e. (. grade. For 21 students from a single log a BUS student would be chosen for
: Vocal AtMoclatlon. musicianship" test district championship In football or > school, to pass the musicianship test the all-state chorus for each of those

.I 'Nov. '? for th.All-State chorus:; All earning Btraight-A's in. competition'with LeVance Gay; tenor, son it;Mr/ .Lee Davis. tenor; grandson of with such a high average Is almost cards, if they 'qualified. Miss
In fact it' unheard of, but It is no mystery to the Crawford Misa Cassels, Gay, and
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r BHS students that were tested pass 18 ; and Mrs. Harold Gay of SUu-kiW(( :; Lillie J. Green of Lawtey. "
I \ ed. unheard of... \ ; Students 'and. Choral Director Don Miss..* Fr wi Ic c t were the first four
II of the XI students chose to audition 'earned Hardy. ,._ "'-
; Beth Francis who! place norA
for the All-State chorus, Dec. .. The six ad-cUte chorus members on-the all-state reading, chorus, sod Js -Daryl 1 Nazworth, bass, ion of Mr;. It took hours and hours of 'after few weeks .v.' .a,%, Director HardycU
Fifteen o/,those, 18 passed and six from BUS are: the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles and Mrs. ,James F. Nazworth of school rehearsing. got a teleph fromMike r
'members were'"selected Ito 'the .. I I" Starke. Getting into the aU- tate chop' la a Deshong pr -of the Florida
Francis of Starke. To earn a place
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"' SOO-member J group to meet Jan.6-8 In -Diana Crawford,' who sings alto i. the all-state reading chorus a student two step process, explains rector Ass 'nflw
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)1 'Jacksonville. the daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. Ned'' must correctly sing at sight so of 10 All 21 BUS students passed the Hardy: : cts in the I
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.; In high' school, musical' 'circles, fort Crawford. of Stark measures a very dSf! Icult task,Vn1*;? musicianship .test with' an average First,a test with must minlmu pass >core of stat >''C cards left

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Singing audition conducted ,. '. . N group of 8 students, each .s S II'it ng discovered
part.BHS. :In u. .* score in the
had more students; 'Mi,' .' neat 'bass scorer'l
than any school In the U I t I. : BHS students
district. Most schools ha. .1, -. 'dt.' i1g were thus
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was willing to set up classes fora' ? .tI hifihest,: musi-
students interested in trying out'' 01 iJs ri'i; i J state was LeeDavis.
the All-State chorus. ''fl:? .th the highest

."They really worked hardsay'Director musl&: .r:.":' v was Daryl.Naz-
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Hardy The all-state chorus It-state band.

i3 With 18 BHS choral students having 'and all-state orcnestn!" gill meet Jan.:
.f passed both the musicianship" test and !8-8 at Jacksonville inch for the ," l
\ the singing audition, It wa i then up to> Florida Music F.duca ,m Assoc. an- .

., ,.. ;, the choral directors In the 18-county: nual- service co erence: The
.r district to determine the members of groups will perform'' i 8 p.m. Saturday
All I -State Qiorits Qualifiers... the all-state chorus. Eacl school gets Jan. 8, in the J :ksonvile Civic I
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Stern Lisa Lawsen, Beth F. Sellna Cassels. Back row Jimmy'' a priority number and UHS had the Auditorium. Admlss Nasworth.nd
> Some of the tl Bradford High chorus Inemben'whe qualified for the all- Muse, Steve Marshall Daryl' Davis. and Tony Dim.LeVance number one slot because Hardy's ap- by tickets which e difficult to obtain .;
state chorus are (l-rf) Front row- Dlaaa Crawford, Rosalie Robinson, Robin Gay Is not shown. ;' plication got In first. I says Director ard)'.
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'County Employees:- "6Sfick' 'Over -:Health, Insurance a'k.. I$4$ 1 wM4 .



"Boys,t.was sick when we.left Blue The'' point''of\ contention is three .The County Commission went with' with the bid received last July, when ,

Cross /"' Wl* ,,SbleWJUsald .Road >employees' eoverfd uaderi,;their, ,Life ,Investors--, represented: coverage was -cheaper. Hospitalizainsurance. -,.
,. 4 .*: .Foreman L eol Ellington, an eiunnJe,,J:b policledwrrbpdoq't\ \ : need the-'"i. RobecU' b UII.'tt+ 'w*is tJ iit !i'y ?*** ** thin,htn i main !l pfi& 9'0 '
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Roberts pensive Jt'f '
about "county-paid coverage. ? o The county should move now, said
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carrier, Life Investors. dalnastbis is double -coverage ate, Roberts said he's tried to' gef the, Commissioner Mosley, the new chairman --i 1- *
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bar next lowest bidder Liberty National or go with Liberty National or
bespit>> '.the dissatisfaction, the wrong. Roberta appealed the pro'bJem"to..tJwI to take over the coverage: at the bidprice Blue Cross -, Blue Shield.
County Commission, decided, on advice -' office of the state In- but that Liberty National has fl tried," Roberta said."It cost too
j insurance consultant George' sursnce ,+cowniiasionera but;.|ja. still refused to do that. Liberty- National much you're; better off where'you
Roberts, that It will be leas expensive: awaiting an opinion. did agree to take over the coverage ala are."
to stick with Life Investors, wlUcbccmn County Commissioner, LawrenceMosley premium $4 to *3 higher. per single "It's -*>ur mistake. We'll'have' to '
some 80 county employees,until was.ready to change com employee. : take the blame" and change companies -
July, when the current the policy 'saying everything submitted It will be cheaper to pay the ,".said Chairman Mosley.
year ends. The commission agreed to Life Investors so far is said to not 'premiums for the three employees inquestion 'You'll penalize yourselves by
with Roberts' suggestion to get bids be' covered under the policy than to go with Liberty National changing, Roberts said.i'I think all
out early;probably In March for new In addition:there Is an employee Is at the higher''premium, said of them (the bids) would be up
coverage. Clerk Gib Brown's office who cannot Roberts. substantially." I think ou'd lose
Roberts'warned the board that ini -, get coverage; for her asthmatic Investors\ board's questions on" money. In!the long run you d be aheadto r 'n;, ei+ wsa
i surance coverage is rapidly getting daughter Roberts said such a practice Life on the county keep them Life Investors) th/ough j
more costly: ;and that better will be more expensive.' employees lies are ac employees Roberts said:' ,,"Well;' ding.If
i Dissatisfaction has arisen becausei cepted if the sign up when the policy ISA we've had'a running battle, with. I can get you a better deal with '
i Life Investors Insists premiums\ Boast first .offered,1,but those signing\ up them." .' anybody, ].'11 tell you go grab II," said I
,'.be deducted for all county!employees;. ,later: mint prove Insurability. But.be advised the board, to stay' rta. tr J t..a.s.

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Bradford County' Head Start rro.: -week In June. Applications for permanent -' It was suspended will be re-employed\0 .employed since the Northeast Florida
November' since fast sponsoring agency will be' and are attending this week's orientation -, Agency staff Is in place and will serve
10 due to conflict between received this spring by the Atlanta program, Jackson said. They the addtional area. NFCAA Is currently ''t."..
administrative staff: and spoacringAgency Regional Office of the Administrationfor are:. Jessie Jenkins 'Margaret administering Head Start for

will be resumed' no later than ,Children 'Youth, and Families, McRae, Myrtes Reeves Edith Smith, 1,000 children In Duval and Baker Louise Ward Made Starke's, Christmas...
I ;Jan. 171Thq Jackson said. She ;added thatthe ,Tnelma Goodwine,' Shirley Marshal, 'Bounties, and will also take In Nassau ,:
announcement was made Monday -'' 'Atlanta office prefer that the same and Ollie Brewton. There is I on assls. (County some time this month, andpossibly It was the show place of the Christmas season in Starke. Cars stopped continually '
,i Jan. 3, by Dorothy Jackson, ex- sponsor contract for all Head Start tant teacher vacancy. St.Johns County laterj I every night people got out and walked through the many decorations
ecutive director of, the Northeast programs 'in the six-county i area, The executive, director said that ,and lights. Many people didn't get out of,their cars,.but slowed. to. ogle until
i ,Florida Community Action Agency of which also Includes Union, Columbia any child previously enrolled in Head' Jackson .Id'that each Head Start traffic. forced them on. '
'Jacksonville recently named tern-, 1 Suwannee, Lafayette, and Hamilton.' Stert wilt be picked up when the pro. center is entitled to parent representation Every time a three-year-old came to (town he wants to ride by the lights. dE.1,
porary sponsor of the six-county program Staff members from all six counties 1 gram resumes. Bradford, which has on the Policy Council based on Mrs.Louise Ward's modest home on the corner of Pratt and Orange Street (',
formerly administered by the are receiving invservice! orientation the largest program In the six-county ,the number of children in. its pro- In west Starke la anything but modest every Christmas. Nobody in town has r
i' Suwanne,River' Economic Council, this week i .Epworth-by-the-Sea!: area hut.a quota of between, BO and 80. gram. New members to the Policy such a dazzling display of Christmas lights and decorations of every deseriplon. I
I Live Oak. : St.Slrnon's Island "
,Ga.and will return' children. Council will not be elected however
.. NFCAA will admlniBter tbdi"peo'i; Thursday to ;Jlclaon.uJe'for final. .Jacksonsaid the administrative 'until parents have attended a training Mrs. Ward was honored Tuesday night with a certificate of appreciation 1 ,
; gram in all six counties until start of '.briefing AH seven staff,members.... 1 staff serving the time of the suspenr<' -course which will possibly tw held in from the City Commission, Mayor Vernon Silcox makes the presentation, "

1 .,.';,oJ the new- Head,'" Start".., year',the first, ving with the,Bradford; program when .sion lut. ovember. will not- .be ref February.: above. ,\



:$$\*',Q Q, Bid Lower Than\ Expected on City's Sewer. Improvement: ,Project .f JI .I

e "A tower-tluiit-expectod bid awarding the'bid to Headers the '- EPA approves, the plans then. go to :Ten bids' ranging from a low of, he wanted it included in 'the motion t t
by-J.W.Meadon" Co.,Jacksonville! .bidder Lucas termed Meadors' the Corps of Engineers. When the SS21.000 to a high of $845,912 were that the engineer will make a recommendation .
,, was accepted for the sewer Improvement 'very'l'eIIponalbl..nd be said Corps okays the plans the city is then received Dec. 22.'All bids were turned to the, commission. '
I project Tuesday night, Jan.'*' firm comes with good) \ authorizedto, sign the construction over to engineers for evaluation on Schaefer agreed, and the, motion
L T m/tC/ l w. a by Starke commissioners. ,, ,and can handle the project. ; contract ', a motion by Commissioner Charles passed 9-0. -I
11 \,. NCc ci..s s.ai.a.6 The 677.d5o.engineer'.. 'pro-bid estimate. A March .construction start Henry W Bradford and Jack Schaefer "I've been bit once or twiceon Four of the :fblda\ are within '1 .' I I
\ ... w'. ;' f(preferred by engineer Lucu". Meadors HI, both, vice-presidents of accepting the low, bid," said ".000. _'', 1
'; ;_. c council Jrnepted the recom.iwndstfon -* said the Environmental :j.W. Meadors, were present for the Schaefer prefacing! his l motion. Second lowest bid was 1522,399 from I
\ ...uutA.-, 101 ,,, ."'''' ', 'of engineer. ,. Jim"Lucas jut.1.. ,Agency. l'Duareview.;' tile,'pJa.,*.' bid award. Commissioner Jimmy, Crosby said Boyce Co.,of St.Petersburg. :
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J. !,AI,look at :a new aeMltlon{ to .MGbtIay, Ja1\:S. ,'......roads. NedS*got no .( Chalrmaa Maxie Carter Jr.sit outgoing'f ami tOol;i
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'the Starlt*?" burin. **** .cairn? wa.t." .. Ykb .....-= ,. each*.,lively oilier banterhalf on the podium and keep un', ,

I! monlty; that i,Clyk. !octrs aiooaam; ,. fiMi'-..&,>.'. -_ : ...nou..1'h. merely' switched seats '

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..::1 Hall Winne' 'o0:1U ft \ Pay'G; i .h Iirl a ,ceiii i" Hiirnpto", d' ; I "r. hla" ;,, :.

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i Four adt&tihratarawll,; be some iailitt.t1l Board member* 'laid f :.I''t!;
i 2,400 Mctn.tti I lter,1:, 4 Jaffa Char* AHall will go from IS years" realize! when Adopting y Give Raise t;
the .0. ..Board Mond/night to eta / lettcn4l l.. iIc.IIeduI.lbatMl'Jita .benefit f,., 1)) AFy ..
3, t.o. four' years of military ex- yean, whldtt max.acpirtt: '' $5($r'dif ttinistrators would, be lessened.Kupt. ;1m 1W '
==:1! ,aa, 1Q-tate leaching 'exBoartf ference In his salairy.!T'he throe other! 1'' ;Tom Casey has contended aotatatetrators Fy 3Tq Marshal <
admiAi.tralonllnvolved have less erw- have bIIen-paid on!the b
I Member 'J.T. Parrish perienc \than Hall and,: ttwrtfdw,, ;,>g ha we per hour basin. aa teachers, and. s,
dissented; ,motion of Mm. Patricia earn less. So, the increase in 'ttclr therefore, they are being given credit ," ,petition, bearing signatures of
Spender,: seconded by J.R. (Jim) salary will be somewhat less.:' for military service the same at s, ; r' ,t'' 71 perctIII t of the town' voters.Is ei.
Lawsom Chairman Rodney Hall and The teacher union; ,the BradfordEducation teacher Administrator* receive less s cul.tilla around Hampton wllb'
Mrs.) Judy Becker voted with Association;bargained out pay for military service but over-all All P) 1.1 ,j signer! asking for a pay robe! for
Spongier and Lawson. military credit from the salary .averaged a $1,11>> Increase In salary Town Marshal John Hodges. .
'\The vote resulted from grievance! schedule in the 7940 contract': So. the this year, the. superintendent ha*. y b(, The petition was started by formers
filed bY'administrator Charles Hall .four administrators affected weregrandfathered pointed out. councilman Ted Curtis who
now assistant principal at Bradford i in.But there will be no Casey has based Hall's salary on 15 11'' at the last regular meeting of the
High.The grievance filed by Hall on Increase in total expense other. than yean of experience, then added $100 council when requested a
the military pay issue is separate and the$2,400peryeer. per year for three yean of military raise for his Job Hoes town marshal.
apart from his grievance about his Attorney Richard Welty said Mon- service. Hall contended his salary City attorney Mary Marshall pointedout
personal situation in being transferred day night be could find no case law affecting base should be 18 yean. Including: 15 L} to the council that an elected official
from the principabnlp at Lawtey the situation. "Basically years of Florida teaching experience cannot get a raise until after the
elementary.For then, It boils down to what the boerlidecides and three yean of militarj service. next scheduled election.
many years the school board ," asked Chairman Rodney Charles Hall contended Dec. 93 Hodges got the Job as town marshal
has given credit for four years of Hall. Welty agreed.Do when presenting his grievance that the last city election In
ell during
military experience to teachers and administrators have any vested prior to Sept. 34 this year he hadthe been September when he' was the only
administrators. Under previous rights to bet paid for military experience paid for alibis experience In continuing qualifier for '
salary schedules administrators they were before, asked contract column plus being Presently Hoes Is making $171JMII'
received more pay for their military Hall. No Welty said, they have only given his supplement as an ad. week The petition is requeuing
experience than teachers. the rights set forth in their contract. ministrator. I week.
'' ", .that he be paid $225 per
When the school board adopted a "Well,where Is the board at? Would Hall's attortksyrThester Moody, I and I think we
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new schedule for the current school you like to discuss It I will take a motion asked- I lference in calculating: got
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it Included the change basing now or after discussion" the payment for military service this :"',. ;".. .;:: will have plentyof"Curtis signatures commented Ret
the raise.
administrative salaries on the same chairman stated.Questioning year was unintentional by the school ." /II.; :>/,\ II' '' '. ,,/' Hodges
per hour wage earned by teachers. board if the matter discussed {Nd P ''i.1I, Wednesday. The petition with some
the or was '" (::,5S:: \ be
Supt. Casey began paying administrators Pat TIab then pointed out budget is when the new salary schedule was /! 1II>>Cfn7lf.jt! ,j j'I 130 signatures' Wednesday, will
like teachers in military tight after a five percent state cut adopted. Moody asked if the board ':f",! : : : presented at the regular council)
A Jan. at 7:30
pay, which the new salary schedules back. He said the cost would approach will consider the military pay issue. !( .. W. :'f", .. .meeting Tuesday. 11,
Includes under out-of-atate teaching $10,000 counting past yean. "I followed the salary schedule explicitly :'ti' ; >'Io p.m. at Hampton City Hall.
experience which calls for $100 per Board member Judy Becker ," Supt. Casey told the board Ar;e .tarj WM :' Hampton, with a population of
year. In-state teaching experience experience pointed out Hall's request concern Dec. 29, saying be would make a '.r ,;'Iq:: ry',: ..f around 350 has about 170 registered
under the current salary only the current year. presentation for clarification. ... ; ..x>>.."...". ." voters. That means that over 76 percent
schedule calls for an average of $220 Chairman Rodney Hall pointed out Other administrators who are In the ..;" 't1-k_..,.... '1t' 1- of the Voters in Hampton have'
per year and is based on total years of SUpt. Casey can pay only by the same situation as Charles Hall have t'I'' signed the petition, according to
experience. salary schedule adopted by the board. not filed a grievance.: !. :,*J' figures given by Curtis.Roofing .
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A worlt preeed: "How will we nan., sloe- asking what the delay la on the Sent to DOE i ir

county will we do?" .ordinance. The answer then was that, i He Went Through a Bunch of Mayors I
for Monday that's where I'll come in," Georgia-Pacific attornies Plans for Middle !
were study re-rooflng Bradford
George Pierce, left honored for
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Commission torney Hardy, saying all sides ing the ordinance, proposed. by the, ,City of Starke at the city commission meeting yean Tuesday eight.Mayor attorney- School and Phase :3 of BradfordHigh :,
beard during the workshop Lake DweUers' Auoc. Harold Hill, were forwarded Tuesday to the i
Jan. 3, the board has authority to president of the Santa Fe Lake 'distinguished Vernon service Sllcox award.present);i the now Comity judge Pierce with a Department of Education: for. .... j.
In with the ordinance it con Dwellers' Association: told the commission proval. '
missioner Pierce served the city from I960 until 181.When be began City Clerk Mer- ;
it didn't seem such a good DOE approval Is hoped for by Jan.
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said Edward bad one cierk..Riley.Sweat. was police chief and there
torney said."t" Idea to have fox were ae
the guarding the hen 24, but more realistically expected by
ed Director L.M. Gaines urged house. The which .policemen ..
crowd packed thecounty' Jan. 31, so bids will be opened on one
all dedicated
detail "They were Pierce of the former
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to and Hardy to : lay Judge city officials -
The board commission meeting room with whom he served.-, of those dates at a 7 p.m.. meeting.
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a county mining or agreed. Plans for the $240,000 project were
the that Is under consideration Attorney Hardy has maintained the drawn by architects Al Taylor and Al
Pacific just fort mining. The board should have input from all sides Lunch Menus' ALA-CARTE: Dompe of Gainesville,' "

Dwellers ; a future phosphate min- of the controversial Issue, and U .. .. A Waver coal ""
says -, I. lD-Hamburf r on a Bun, lettuce a' I. M-Pln*, hamburftn, transit trial tar flat "was
In the Brooker area. la valuable to have access to the expertise .pick. !*, buUctwi corn, buuni pudding, milk.- milkshake. okayed for the two school roofs at a
to write a of Santa Fe Lake dweller /.* the attornies for both the ........y.in.ll-M.omxii Owan.Botogn.cup, --,'. I... Il-Francfe trim, mllkhk, plaza Nov. :22 meeting. The architects insist
own, Hardy visited the cabtmgt slaw,fruit cup Maculae, milk.Maar. .
county commuv mining and anti-mining Interest .tn. a-rtinl Chicken, rice* all W y Ju. It-Pia*.''hmmtiurtm. trwch'. the flat 'rcof: will .serve durably
erase beam, pineapple tidbits hot rolta' milk.Thursday 1JMa. mllkiraliM. without leaking. I
II Hampton Hilites / ,..... IJfhUI w/beua, mikes.gardnuUd '"'__y..... tU'lua.r.-It".....mnk-hakesl.. The middle school I job will be'the
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/i rrUmy. JM. IHtitekM ft Noodles. chased stiller rrM .Jin. H-Hmmburtm Final It Mnch hill; says Supt. Tom Casey First
By Dolores Meng'P110110 Holiday Visitors -- turnip mm.ipplwue.stand nU*. milk. m alternate will-be BS Phase 3. ,, .,

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Invitation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns visited

Senior citizens of the area are cordially them on Christmas day. ,!. -
invited to Join the Bradford Cassle and John Cooper o', SALE SALE
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next meeting to be held at 1 p.m. on with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.* joe } in, ,I bi CMd{ rlnrd'nc l rttmfa.88t"" ''trill N ,
Tuesday, Jan. 11, ;A*?...,wand[ Ick,<, Dd oth entiel7$*1 bl lnU .4 wi/ lp, Jsyst gxtTne tyt t d
Recreation Center on -' hJ iI I. :,,paperebb ., L a 4ruu sac s(1 bt lqe! tt11Q T r A ins -vsBesMse r f
Evelyn Vaughan who"served' -a*- ":IoYeit. 'Nro'cia,* of wate U: Q' FAPEB ; a r,. r1/wo h '
president of the Hampton Senior her brother, Danny. '' ,
Citizens Club, now I* secretary of the Mrs. Vergie Barksdale enjoyed ? ave. @13.65
Bradford County Club. Meetings are Christmas week with her son and r
held every first and third Tuesday of family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert $9a 95
each month in Starke. Barksdale in Humboldt, Term. .4 Drswtr
Open House Paul and Ruth Meng hosted all their I
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all interested to visit their new the Christmas holidays. .y .Ho* E4 (14
endeavor; the S & M Stable, Jan. 9, All the family of Fran and Dolores .flee. '173.Sa d'r f '
from noon until 6 p.m. They plan to Meng .darrmg the holidays except SALE SALE 1 i
board train and finish horses at the Gerald who is employed. near 14995
stables 'and welcomes anyone to in Lake Tahoe. saw ;

and pasture. Loca Recent Birthday Lock:ZI Extra *25 Rebate BM9tr
ti SR18edown, 1/8 mile south Dec. 21, Sidney Dell; Dec. 22, s Copy Maa chine ,
of dately Jet.301. Donald Smith, Jr.; Dec. 23, Romeo I
New Arrive Parado; Dec.24 Sean Smith; Dec.25, onaliSCMyawriters
Kim and Ralph Morgan of Starke Angela Ford anti Randy Parado; Jan..
announce the arrival of their 1, Joe Meag and Margaret
daughter, Jennifer Michelle, born Wadsworth; Jan. 2, Connie Clark; .
Dec. 27 at Alachua General Hospital Jan. 4, David Padgett; Jan. 5, Jimmy
She weighed 8 Ibs. 3 oz. and joins a Loiacano. .
sister, Renae, who Is three years old. Hospitalized
Maternal grandparent are E. W, James Nessmith is in Room 814 at
and Lucy Hodges of Hampton Lake. Alachua General Hospital for treatment -,
Maternal great-grandparents are We wish him continued. im ,a SALE SALE
Mrs. Ruby Hodges of Brooker and provement.
Mrs. Fannie Brookins of Hampton. Hobbling
Paternal grandparents are Leaton Miss Amy Clark accidentally fell P nM ,n Call r
and Marie Morgan of Starke. Paternal on Jan. :2 while playing ball in her .H_ EiteuDESK. File ,
great-grandparents are Mrs. Iva neighborhood. Her leg was broken in Appointment' .
McKinney and Mrs Lentos Morgan two places. She will be In a cast and w
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of Starke, on crutches while recuperating. IIfea :F $27500 toy Letter Male To Weir P'h ,, .

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By C. E."s.."Davis, Mr*. Nora Harris' Is visiting the Me '

Phone 483-1344 Johnny Peoples family in Windsor for
a few days this week.
School News.' ... Mrs. Edwin Prevail and daughters
StudentS in the third and fifth of Clearmont were New Years eveguests
grades- the Brooker of her SALE ,
Elementary mother Mrs. Lydia ; v
School were administered ,
the state Crosby. .
assessment test in October. During the New Year holidays Mr.: wibwl l'ttiau will ax low 54*
The test covers c communication and Mrs. J. C. Harrell entertained BiCDNrMS ;Bankers fIaaI.w.... ,, '
writing and mathematics skills and i la Mrs.. Evil Stddall .and daughters CMtftus. .;'
given to all 3rd5th, 8th and 11th Robena and Dedrick BK Boxes Gifts & Cards "
graders throughout Florida. Test ill; Mr. and Mrs. Phil and .. MSbts r
results were sent home with students daughter Holly of Deland; Christie Calendar, tS4.20 BuY,2 Get;3rd' Free ;"
before the Christmas holiday Harrell of Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. ,50040 off ;;
Principal Wayne McLeod would W. C. Conners of Jacksonville : 2s8 T
r I like to encourage parents to contact The Rev. and Mrs. Andy Moon and Refills of',oat yes"i 1
their child's teacher or call the schoolto children have returned home after ....
set up an appointment to took; at visiting friends in Goldgboro;,,N.C.for I
state assessment results. the New Year holidays 'AH Typesi. "
Churches... Mr. and Mrs. George Dixon I I
Dr. James Goodson from the State enroute from W. Va. to their home In i SALE.. -SALE,
office In Jacksonville will be guest Tampa were the Wednesday night :; + SALE. 1
speaker for the asvocUtioiul council overnight guests of the G.W.Davises. ,Wlle Y64 8 iii: ;. $saaiaafN, S
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and pastors meeting to bo !held Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bams and ; ; 10 /o { I
January 13 at the Madison Street Bap- Carl Peterson of Bessemer, Pa.. Is Date Boec. r.Calendar 't'f, ; Fohfing ofd' ;
list Church in Starke at 7:30 pro. visiting. II. B.. Barns in Graham for a Calculators.j ; AN
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Then Jan. 18 the association council few days. Chairs, Furniture
will hold Its meeting at 1:30 p.m. Little Amanda Roxanna"ghhtch was te.a. I
and the Executive committee will the center 01 'attention at an announcement ., Ask for Your 9g 1 t ;' sus'' durlt'' ,, :

hold their meeting 7:30 the same party honoring.Her in the FREEPaperinate sala Jantiar ;
night. home of her great .aunt Joanne I Olt
All area ministers and council Fusseis on Saturday Dec. is.A, very V j
member are urged to attend these proud grandmother,: Glenda An, I

Around. drews, shares) the same birthday 'STICK EN'u
Town.... Dec. 4.Little. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Padgett and Amanda".peighold '81bs. s OIL, 1:"

daughters TammY'and Tracy and. and Is the daughter. if.Mr, and Mr*. e t; OFFICE
son. Terry, of Kirkland New Mexico' Charles Futeh. h J. b tyet 'I t e
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were home with his mother The of the late t' y st7E ic'
Mrs. family Lucille Greenwould : '
Lloyd Padgett of Starke, during the like to express their Uwnaw to, ""'"' : fo/o'flI' j n Oat d sew a o ail hill "in bil rN MIBfa,
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relatives the Brooker..... 'them during their recent sorrow la 11lNf l9 Its IN i ,. .rrb 'J ; 'gdd.3764' ,
Monday of last week Mrs. FumSe the loss(their wife and mother Mr, am amill t t L ,
Brookint and daughter Martha Sue Green will be remembered*the wife ;. Stal Flo
and granddaughter of Gainesville of Russell Green and mother of
,visited Mrs. Ethel Buss. Beverly, Mary/ ,Joanne and Harvey ,'Mur.uienrr ,,

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The fly: of Starke will move tG the problem fo some time, but has crank of No. 5 engine' to'0' "
clean UM burned-out Martin plant will cost CDffi with..ayear's ,
.up been unsure of its authority to clean power i n'I. : ;. j
Tackle property at N. Tempi Avenue up the lot. Attorney Brown gave a guarantee.. A new crank shaft ,
and Washington Street by having the detailed: explanation when Commissioner would cost 100000. The repair'bad
debris strewn site declared a health Jimmy Crosby brought matter. previously been approved.rC! ,
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hazard the city commission decided up ..plnru.t night. I \
Tuesday night, Jan. 4. "Tell me we can go in, clean It.upt Was told by attorney Brown that 4I9 r 1r
Attorney Terry: Brown explained and bill them for the cost." asked the bond underwriters: ; anticipate going
the five basic options the commission Commissioner Charles Schaefer of Upmarket In late)January for the
hat: the attorney."I city' proposed Q mWiOft,1 IIe for r r 1 i1t
l) Have /the elate attorney bring can give' you half of that-" Brown' electrical: and sewer service; ftpprovaments. ,, 1 I 1' I

criminal charges. answered, saying under current ordinances ,-, ;\ I
2)) The city could bring a civil-type the city lacks authority to
abatement or cost recovering actionin recover its coats. But, Brown said, the Learned Zoning Director L.M.
Circuit Court. city has authority to enact an ordinance Games that the 5-year review of the
3)) Ask MRS and local health officials giving itself, that power. 'city's land use plan win probably be
to investigate the matter and to done In house because the regional
take action pursuant to Chapter 388 of In other Jan. 4 actlqn, the city com having done outside by
Florida Statutes which addresses mission: planning council, for'; instance are

Military nuisances. A question under prohibitive. 'tj,
that statute will be whether the debris Set a utility deposit of $2,500 for i 'W .c
constitutes a health hazard. Riverside Uniform The council JII.Heard. ,r., r1 F k'+t
4)) The city could bring civil action agreed to review the amount of utility Commissioner Jimmy t w y w ,
to declare the' matter a public usage of the company every 90 days Crosby commend City perk NeO tf. .
'nuisance. for is months, recalculating the Tucker for combining duties of;an
5)) For the City of Starke to amend deposit according to usage: each time. employee who will operate the new 1
its current ordinances to clearly) Alter 18 months the council: said the computer In billing accountaInstead: 9u, + ,
authorize the city to clean up such deposit will'be one-tweivth of a year's of hiring an additional worker for the
property and bill the owner for the billing, as authorized by city ordinance computer Increasing the staff when a PRIDE Awards Go to 4 Oustanding BUS Students...
costs. : : new computer Is installed Is easy to -
The commission chose alternateNo. do, Crosby said and the clerk avoided' PRIDE (Program to Recognize Initiative and Distinction Suzi Alvarez, social studies. Suzl is the daughter of ;;
3, to ask HRS and county health Was Informed by Commissioner that by rewriting a Jolt description: in Education) Awards are given to high school: Mr. and Mrs. Pete Powell of Starke. ,
officials to declare the site a sanitary' Charles Schaefer$ repairing the .and using current staffing. '$\'* seniors by the State Department of Education In four Gloria Roberta English. Gloria is tlte' daughter.ofMr. ;
health hazard. : areas mathematics, science, social: studies, andEngI5b and Mrs. Porter Tate Roberts of Lawtey,.. ,' ;:
'- fl based criterion of academic excellence The four students .
The Martin Tackle store burned upon will represent Bradford High in further
over 2V4 yean ago. Attorney Brown Rev. DiOrio visits area and number of courses taken within the academic area. competition in February. A
.said registered letters mailed to theowner ; Winners at Bradford High School for the 1983-83 term Any student who meets the criteria for the various \ I

D.ii. Martin come back, that The Rev. Ralph A. DiOrio,. well January! IS, and at Christ the King are: areas will receive a Certificate of Excellence award. rand ,
be has not been able to contact Mar- known throughout the U.S. for his Church, Jacksonville, on January 16.. Tommy Crosby, mathematics. Tommy is the son of the school and district winners will compete at the I \
tin, and does not know where. Martinis healing ministry, will visit this area Home based in the Diocese of Wor-. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby Sr. of Starke. regional, and hopefully, the state level. .
now. of Florida in January appearing at cheater, Mass., he has carried his Stewart Pauley, science.: Stewart is the son of Mr. Students may receive certificates of excellence in .. \
The council has wanted to move onLawtey Holy Faith Church in GalnesvWe on ministry from coast to coast. \;F': and Mrs. Grady M. Pauley of Lawtey. more than one subject area. y
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: Tornado Talkby The Seniors of'83 helped the Clvilan Members of the French 'Honor I '
News
1 : Regional Blood Center in a recent Society: include: Tami McCray,.Den
< KeW Carver blood drive. 28 percent of the Senior nis Dunlap.. Cheryl Furrow, Kim I j'
By Elisabeth Terry Walters from Jacksonville Mr. std man, Rhonda and great, Interested In going out for the girls class donated blood!II M I Cogdill. Wendy McDougald. Catrell ,
Phone 782-3300 Mrs. Mikey Kelly and. sons 01LeesIIur2 grandmother. Mrs. Ola Starling t Softball team? There 'will be an Members of .the I9B2-83 Overstreet Becky Parrish Dawn !
Miss Jan-Jo Kelly from.. Darlene Eunice of Gainesville,Mrs. organizational' meeting Monday, Jan. Honor Society are: Sheila Anderson.Spanish ,Scott. Congratulations! on your j "
PERSONALS: Ocala Robert Kelly and Ms. EllenWaters Connie Mosley and daughter of Max- I 10. at 2:45 p.m. In the lobby of the gym Nadine Green Lori Clark Nadime achievements language!!! )}}
Mr and Mrs. Mike Sikes and from Gainesville, Mr. and Ville, Julian Eunice of Starke, and, with Coach Gayle Lee. I
Canfux, Cheryl Furrow, Tim Gon-
daughter Chrtssy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Jimmy Kelly and daughter and Timmy Slater of Hampton visited Mr.,, zalez, Darrell Wagner, Ana Wallace, The Tennis Team of 198.1 sponsored ;
McKinney and son Carl, Mrs. Marie Miss Patty Walters from Orange and Mrs. Harold Eunice .over the A track team meeting set Friday, Roberts, Clare Winkler by Coach Jerry McGrtff is almost ,
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Wilkerson and son Christopher, Mrs. Park, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Torode weekend.. ', Jan. 7. at 1:43 p.m. In the auditoriumfor Crews Nancy, Linda Dewitt Janet Griffis Philip, ready for the season! Practice for I
Karen Hart and Bill Crouse were and Mr; and Mrs. Donnie Kelly from Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited' anyone Interested In being on the Caroline Joelle the team has officially started and the .
Christmas breakfast guests of their Starke, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly, their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. 1983 squad. The first practice is set Sabrina Snell.Hamilton Dianne Wood Innocent, :and game' schedule has been planned/ .
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. .Earl. Troxell from and Mrs. Wendell Kelly; their Monday, Jan. to, at .the. first track Melanie Wood Congratulations to Good Luck on a great tennis .
children and grandchildren of Lake shack. I
Mr and Mrs. Sonny Jackson visited Lawtey. season! !! :
them later in the day. Mr. and Mrs: Jesse G. Barbour of Worth for a week. On Christmas day. ., these students! ..; ; ,.. :A :
Mr. and Mrs. at/ton Prevail and Selma N.C. are spending a few weekswith.their : they spent the day at Sefcring. ,.' : ":. *" J
children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce t son and daughterinlawMr. Mrs. Jack: Estes and Mrs. Susan ., :., ?
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pam Andrews and Mrs. Jesse G. ".'hour and Tyree and children of Key Largo- '''' J
and baby, Mrs. Genelle Under family and.their mother; Mrs. Opal visited Mr. and Mrs.,Hermie Kelly on. ;>.X'J
wood and son of Green Cove Springs Lewis. Thursday afternoon. / 1.:
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Prevail and Rev. and Mrs. Delbert King and Reggie Norman of Ichtucknee: Springs -' A .
daughter Roccelle were Christmas daughters spent Christmas with their was a Thursday'overnight guest)' *M .I'I '
dinner guests of their parents Mr. and families In Warren, Ohio. They had a of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Truman' I
Mrs Earl Prevail. wonderful time but arv' glad to -be Norman. V-1 fymiw&'A I ;'
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Fulch ofGraceviUe back home. They Might: their Mrs. Genelle Underwood and son of-
and their granddaughter, mother. Mrs. Katie King home with Green Cove Springs was a Saturday'' -" :
Brand!Jones of Alachua,visited tb At them for the winter. For fun,it was M overnight guest of her parents, Mr'
aunt Miss Elizabeth Terryon degrees on Christmas day. and Mrs. Earl Prevail. :. .t. .. :
Wednesday morning. 1(i Mrs., O. J.'Anders returned home Mrs. Jack: Wainwright of; f
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gay's grandson Thursday after spending: Christmaswith Tallahassee spent Friday night with. .GIFI
Dewey Dobbs spent a week with her daughter. Mrs. Virginia her mother-in-law, Mrs Truby Wain- '
them during school vacation;; They Jenkins of CaUahan. Mrs.. Jenkins 'Holiday Wilma t I'' ''', ," I'
took him home and spent Christmas took her mother to the doctor and he visitors of Mrs.
with his mother, Mrs. Gayle Dobbs of gave her a good report. Wainwright were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde r \ "; .
Conyers, Ga. Mrs Fate Redd of Macon, Gi. Wainwright and children: of Lakeland,. i ,
w Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and spent Christmas and New Year Mrs. Rebel Mciver of Ocala.: Mr. and*.' .:: 't. ; f, "
,. a family of Black Mountain, N. C. holidays with her mother, Mrs. O. J. Mrs. AI Purser of Lake .Asbury; Al ; .vbited their aunt Miss Elizabeth Phi IT dither broth '?aiid slsterinw and Sharon Brown of Orlando, Mr' '" e;: ,'.1 .J .
Terry on Thursday evening. .."' i4I'" d Mrs. Dana FhiUipal and ''Mnu. Allen. BrownLisa. *at .,, ,.' It( 1 t' ... '
"''K-Revj and Mrs. Lawrence gjAdWaajfl "';--4 WtMrs, Spite v takwiuid"mily Denise Durban and Cathy" Waters,! .: .
and\ family of ttllkestoro' ,N.t; : 'vSite their uncle and aunt Pastor and Mrs. Hardee of Stark were Mew Years Friends: of Mrs. Donald Wlklaon, F "E (
David 'Brown, Monday: until Thurs dinner guests of their brotherinlawand Sr. are happy to learn that she was ai .
day. Bra. Goodman was our guest sisters Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. able to come home from St. Vincent ,
speaker at First Baptist Church for WUkcrson. Hospital in Jacksonville on Wednes- ,
prayer meeting on Wednesday night, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and .day/.Dec.2I.
.Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- their mother, Mrs> OIl Stalling attended Elizabeth Smytbe left for Atlanta.
thurine Blanchard visited her sister New, Year's service at ,Ga. on Monday, Jan. 3.
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Graham Baptist Church on Saturday Mr and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons Make a qualifying deposit when you I
Thelma Wilson Friday afternoon at night where Rev.:'James Starling of Jacksonville spent the. weekend an Investment Checking ,
Baker County Nursing Home at Mac-: the pastor. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. open 1
clenny: Daric Harvey of Jacksonville spent George Kelly Account. NOW Checking Account or u .
Mr, and Mrs. David Kelly had as a few days with his grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Fort ie
their Christmas dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs.Charles Starling and family. Walton Beach spent the Christmas Individual Retirement Account.
and Mrs. J. D. Beard Mr. and Mrs. He spent New Years Day with his uncle holidays with their parents, Mr.. and
David Kelly and sons,:and Donnie )and aunt Mr.and Mrs. Larry Nor Mrs. l Robert Lee. Make a deposit of $500 or more in :
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The Cards for 1983 t ,. pleased to let the aging
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,f"m, ,*. 102, < Harry Roa.nshln.t .who as unofficial headquarter!
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As we approach the end of the first ment from spending money for litiga- because of his opposition to the rule rP the sky, Rosenshine of customers would taper and off on spend binsldWafcnHinds
tion requiring forced busing of 01 the Czar, WM Bradford County's oldest his "nve
week of 1983... dispensing quiet and
their of Its most more time
students to schools outside citizen He was also one congenial to customer In the
has named afaeeless and figures on thelbeeta let live" philosophY cool of the
Xfme Magazine neighborhoods. whereas or dozing in the air
be could
of Starke long
as
1982's "Man ofttMHYear I to
;
as conditioner occasionally make
computer rousing :
commission "get around" he carried hill well-worn !
on
The Governor's study
But it
of iale client
heralding the triumph old-time never
shoe orders for the an
1j catalog taking
rif'n'cbine' over man. education reported that while manufacturer he had represented for became too hot for him to wear his
';ii.,I "tf':1. Japanese students work through a more years than an average man's customary coat and tie while making his
"! '"bThe Bradford County Zoning Board 240-day school year packed with tough 'lifetime. rounds. After all.that's the way genteel i
tiffice announced the issuance of academic American salesman 18 expected to dress,he said.
\J, courses many
On the second of
Sunday evening, day
$80697,950) in building permits during youngsters loaf through a 180-day year the New Year, Harry Rosenshine's long Finally,'his falling health forced him to
1032 in spite of a depressed construction fiddling with trivial electives. and useful life ebbed away in Bradford give up making his thrice weekly visits,
market in other areas of the country Hospital, where he had been transferred and to lAve with his daughteruntil
Many analysts around, the world from the Starke Nursing Home three days entering the nurring home three
agreed the recession has continued so before.He and the pacemaker he had worn years ago. One of the staff there said he
tJA! study commission appointed by long that unless economic growth for years had served out their time. sometimes became a bit contort, the

Governor Graham called for him to ensure resumes soon, the world could enter a last few years about names In and his places,,and but
the sparkle eyes
that by the year 2,000 there will be downward spiral increasing the risk: of Life began -for Harry Rosenahine on and he never had lost smile and a kiss for those
for June 12, 1880 on the family farm near the for more than 40 years before retiring always a
only one law enforcement agency breakdown in the international financial his needs
: a Russian town of.Volkovist. After receiving moving with his wife to Florida.He who looked after

r each county in Florida. system. his education In rural schools, he began. came to Starke in 1964 to be near his After Mr. Rosenshine reached the century

President Reagan's highly touted President Reagan and Defense teaching peasants to read of the rind write Russian."underground" the daughter, Mildred (Millie) Hitchcock, a mark, Joe Hitchcock would
of last how former with the Bradford County sometimes ask his wife, "Who's going to
Federalism" seemed nurse
plan
"New year Casper Weinberger
Secretary better to serve the anti-Czar movement in father after we're gone?"
dead the Dodo bird. Health Department. But a life of inactivitywas look after your
wai pronounced as their trillion five- involved. His activities
bent on keeping $1.6 which they were not for him, and he continued to As for himself, Mr. Rosenshine attributedhis
'Chances of a collapse of international year military spending plan intact in along this line eventually led to his deci".- "pound the pavement" well- long life to "staying busy and having
sion to leave Russia "wanted
as a man
oil prices will continue to mount spite of growing demand from both thumbed shoe catalog taking orders faith that all people are fundamentally.
parties for cuts. for the firm he had represented so well for good."
", uVi983: unless OPEC oil countries reach He arrived in the U.S. as a teenager In so many years.
agreement on prices and production in An unsightly burned-out business the early 1900s,and obtained his first job in Yes-his adopted country was good to
oil a New York factory, remaining there only the death wife, Mr. Rosen- Harry Rosenshine. It gave him 'over 80
face of an glut. block within Starke's city limits on shine with
.....f long enough to learn the English language went to his daughter in years of free and independent life. He
"It: was reported that "time theft," U.S. 301 remained\ears "distrac- before leaving for Pennsylvania,where he Keystone Heights but he still came to worked hard for what he earned. but he
t'; the deliberate abuse and waste of on- tion" almost three after the fire.; had friends from the old country. After' ,Starke least three days a week to call on had the satisfaction of enjoying the fruitsof
Ids old customers. His son-in-law, Joseph his labor. That's probably'more than he
several
years of establishing and managing ,
t -job time,will cost the battered U.S.economy Prices farmers received for raw products his own Jewelry store, Mr. Roeenshine Hitchcock,would drop him off in the morning would have had to show for. a,lifetime of
at least $123 million in .the ended 1932 with a drop of 1.6 per Joined the Stuart McGuire Shoe Companyas at the City Barber Shop on Call Street, work in his native land.
new year. cent in December. Not even in the dep- a wholesale salesman,a position he held which the proprietor.Carlos Johnson, wasHydrocarbons

The DuPont Company's chief ths of the Great Depression of the 1930s .
economist C. B. has the financial indicator sunk: so.low. I

year 1982 has been deeplyodisappoin- Last year's health-care percentageof J II
PermitsPermits
Mobile Homes Lead 3 to 1 In 1982
ting, but the worst of the adjustment is the gross national product rose to 9.8

now behind us and genuine recovery percent, or a total of$286.6 billion with

lies ahead." prospects that 1983's percentage will for mobile homes outnumbered conventional homes plant, 'the new Orangewood Apartments

Florida's former Governor Reuben be even higher.. three to one in Bradford County In 1962, indicating the continued Swim south, and a seafood restaurant on 301-South.
need of most families for low cost housing In the face of Building permits for the county and its three Incorporated
Askew announced his intention to run The federal deficit head-,
budget was high priced! building materials and mortgage loan. rates still towns totaled $8,697,950 in 1982. March was the busiest month
for President in 1984. ed for the $200,000,000,000 mark by ranging up to 14 percent. with $900,900 In permits issued. December was the slowest

Millions of dollars being showered on 1984. The County-City Zoning Office report for 1982 shows a total month with only $474,550 in new construction. ,

candidates by various Political Action Bradford Commissionerswere of 392 permits for mobile homes and 98 building permits for. Zoning director L. M. Gaines sees a trend toward'mOdular'and
Committees accused of County conventional homes issued in 1982. Conventional homes factory pre-cut home construction due to continued high
are corrupting warned that the county would be outranked mobile homes value however, averaging $40,000 cost of"old-style" building methods. An 1,800 square foot pre-
American politics. pinched for funds in the upcoming per permit, as against a $10,000 average for mobile homes. cut home was recently bUilt in Starke for around$20,000, with.
if the full mill the owner doing some of the work. Gaines said.
1983-84 budget even l -
Bradford Cottntians were lining up to Seventy-five commercial building permits were Issued during -
participate in the free distribution cap is levied.Altogether. the past year for a healthy total of$1.857.500 in new con- Much of the new residential building in the county is due to
commodities--cheese struction despite the depressed economy in some areas of the people moving into the area and buying several acres out from
government it' looks like a very Interesting country. Commercial construction was boosted by a new plant town,says Janet Turner of the zoning office. They start with a
milk and butter. year ahead and one to for Riverside Uniform Rentals, enlargement of the Brooker mobile home, she says, but have plans to build a conventional'home '

The House of Representatives voted which we will be very glad to bid good- later.rsr.The "

243-153 to forbid the Justice Depart- bye;; come next New Year's Eve.

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W%1W' .. d ;;-'Rn .;f-"II'i':' .!"W1982 strawberry, season WAS one.'of .. { ; I flY. may

On the brighter side we do have some Graham for the' start of his second longest harvest and in late beat ever. Growers did start plants.winter Adequate pastures moisture and other is still crops needed and cause recovered.yeu to'remove In addition Wood that. dead would, plant have

things to be thankful for as we term in office is encouraging as an indication still picking some February berries throughout and many were even though many of our plants are not actively material often acts to .shade ,living
somewhat apprehensively enter the of additional hoped-for May. growing in the winter. However is material below and helps protect it against I
uncharted waters of 1983.,, economies in state government during If1 we don't hurry up and get some cold critical for our growing crops like subsequent freezes. U you have citrus fruit I
these weather or freezes, the 1983 season could strawberries and greens. on your tree and temperatures reach into
The good news came this week that trying times. be even longerji 'The cooler weather and rain should the twenties, it is best harvest the remain

our Head Start program, so importantto The fact that the unemployment rate Most growers are scrapping their fields make our turnips mustard and collards ing fruit immediately. Leaving it on the
many pre-school youngsters in in Bradford County, as reported in for some excellent berries now. Size and taste even better. Green quality has been tree leads to rapid spoil. >
Bradford and surrounding counties, November was less that five percent quality are vert but volume is very good even though it has been warm so far
Plants good this winter. Try to give hedge plants their last
low. In
are I condition and grow.fh prun-
will be resumed no later than January in marked contrast to the national rate ing before winter as possible.
ing are on the brink of early.as
17 after a shutdown of several months of over 10 percent. All of our economic h of bloom and productionwill a big flowering January IS, a good month to move your Although most hedge plant will tolerate

due to internal administrative con. eggs are not in one basket, as is the boom up rapidly unlessand hurts' gardenias and shrubs camellias.such When as azaleas, pruning anytime during the winter, if we

flicts. case of many unfortunate communitiesthat ,the and fruit: these plants, try to keep as much soil moving with get an extended mid-winter warm spell,

depend on a single large industry. I keep expecting a freeze; especially in their roots aa possible and have your new freshly pruned hedges may flush out. This
The good news has leaked that city January and February If it does come, I hole already prepared so the plants can be tender growth/ is much more easily nippedby
and county officials may get together Another cause for optimism in the would prefer that it be early with warmer lifted from one area and set Immediately the next frost Although,this Isn't par

early in the new year to discuss mat new year Is that our state and federal temperatures In,$'+'ebruary: and March. in the other.DO NOT let them dry out during ticularlydamaging. loathe.>hedge; this
ters of "mutual concern." This couldbe environmental agencies seem to..be In is' transport. Be sure to set them slightly .frosted growth will just stay there blackened -
one way It good to see of our higher than they sat before.
a harbinger of closer cooperation aware of the importance of.the Santa berries in local markets and some along the your tender.ornamentals freeze back 1 until it is eventually! cut off.:This is unattractive
and better communications between Fe Swamp as a wetland contributing to roadside before berries from other areas'come do NOT cut out the dead wood until Aprd! and can usually be avoided if you
the continued well-being of the Suwannee In. & first to time t rutie'nd'later'than now-and'leave' the
city and county governing bodies {: \ allow. to determine what has .hedge 1ripruned-until! into March April.
River basin. '
which can only prove beneficial. ., -* ;

For these and many other blessings : in Bradford

\ The economy-package, scaled-down we can give sincere thanks.as we enter Forestry County -- ,\I.
inauguration staged by Governor Bob the New Year of 1983, ;

By David Norton Use 'a -contract, A written contract
County Forester. should be used In any type of timber sale.
I : A contract will protect both the buyer and
Looming Deficit
'Terrifying9.President g
I One question I t asked lot as County- the seller.
j Forester Is: How -do I go about,.Belling,

Reagan's top economic Budget Office and the Federal Reserve timber on my property" '( ? oi angJhe* various products you have list forbuyers.

advisers fear he is firmly set on "stay Board are forecasting a sluggish It has been my I experience that moat people Notify buyers of the availability of your
ing the course" on a budget that w41mean economic recovery that would leave who sell timber do so on the spur of the Umber And solicit bids. Make the timber
"terrifying" deficits of $200 the unemployment rate at more than moment. Usuallyonly one buyer Is consulted sale area available to the inspection of all
and the manner of cutting is little prospective buyers. The seller should
billion a year or more annually ten percent at the end of 1983 and still discussed or not at all. reserve the right to refuse any or all bids

through 1988. around 9.5 percent on election day in 3 For anyone Interested in obtaining a list ..YBlis's

The President apparently is "stay 1984. Most every timber landowner desires to of local timber buyers or other Umber sale
ing the course" in spite of the strongest A of business leaders receive full value for his timber.By followIng Information, they can stop by my office in
Gallup
poll 'the ,
from Senate Republican the guidelines listed below and a little AgrIculture Building or.call me,at
warnings yet
conducted last month' for' the; Wall planning, most timber sales will be moresuccessful 'WH-O2HO, Ext. 219. '
allies that he should ease defense spen .{&,
ding and seek: other compromises or' Street Journal showed that a majority ,KLPOA
of top executives Determine need ''for cutting. As with, Directors
I suffer consequences that one of his among the nations ,'
Will Meet
other timber should ,
agriculture! crops your Saturday
trusted advisers Republican Senator largest companies have ,lost con- be harvested at the right time. Cutting too .
Paul Laxalt called "intolerable., ." fidence in President Reagan's handl, soon will reduce future Income and cutting Directors of the Kiiigsley Lake Property Beth Francis'
f. ing of the nation's economy. Is it any too//ate' may result in. an unnecessary, .Owners Association will meet at 10 a.m. To Receive DAR
At the same time the Congressional wonder? growth loss. p Saturday,Jan.,8, in the Civic Center.. Award

I ; '. ", '., Know'what ,.",nave to setL.Tbe seller Carol Elizabeth Francis of Starke:was
r" I ., ." should have a good idea of what he has to : 1'.. announced by Bradford High School as the
recipient
f" .I S H MOT etYM '" 01 the 19112"Good
% ;: sell. Study the local timber market. Tree Citizen Award"
Oil size and quality..of prime consideration American Presented by the Daughters. of the
:, \'also' at selling U BV'Will a little delay in ReVolution, M.
'J cutting mean grewy Increased returns!, ", :," The annual 'Award '
In 1790 only' five percent of the American population. lived in, cities. ; Know the standarttV of measurement; I, 'senior Itudent'DeJected goes by the to the 'DBs

,1 Designate are,}'' .limber.: sale. Maps or ,best displaying the following faculty quailties as:
J': 11r aerial photos are d tools for helping the ,leadership,' dependability: service
seller and the bu r to clearly understandHaSniUUonsofthearea ;patriotism BCbolanJ p. .The awisrj
s..Dro. C'Of/ .I the boundaries a quanoes Beth for further ata tewide award
\ Involved. If an i 'ual selection of trees Competition -
; mfliBr 4 : Is to be made th* individual trees :
E should be cJesr-IY' for,cutting.'AU; I Beth Is the daughter ck''Mr, ani 10 .,
\ boundaries(8el shad V'; Charles E. Francis of Starte. SIte ,
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BOD 8:FERGUSON JOHN lot. MUCH i ':+ ( !?Timber Patina by examination lor.the Iae': :
type W ) ;
.- generally Citizen
:' Islsaasrs ,: ;,' !told In two ways:!.. Hump sum or (3) pn*- ward", which.!wUJ. go.to .
; ; duct scale of the '. In a sate many d WI .
the '
huap 1ner
,r rmiM.cask. TkmUy mt awed. as leased On ftbthr at HM rW MMat ,. .Mite should get, bids and the sellerastOemeftl 'the atate. Thins I Indudes an to etionnalre ..
Starts ... anew lint HUMS.. > .- ,
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,. been cut for a specific, product.c.r r/d WALL"""Joenvoi ,- Citizens pin: and cerufioate with the at aessrrd.DAR Good,

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I.i.t.", :MelanIe Lorraine Morris and Bruce ,

'..' Jeffrey Steven were united In mar ,, Engaged Couple Honored At Holiday Party j
1, rlage Nov 28,at First Baptist Church Eggnog
in Cottonwood. Ala. The Reverend ,..,
'
'Morris D. Hyatt and the Reverend 'I1fI','i : I .j. Hiss Lorna Leasure and Tommy Serving coffee from the sliver coffee guests throughout the party rooms. i!
Max McNab' performed the '.' .,1:.:. ,'J; Reddish were honored at a Holiday service at one end of the dining the honored guest, Lorna and Tom-i! :
candlelight ceremony at 6:30 p.m. ,"I ...'.". ,' Eggnog Party Tuesday evening.Dec. table at various times were: Mrs. were given camelia. conageianJ ,
Parents of the bride are Jean Morris ." :' ;; ; \ 21.HoeUng the affair was Randy Chit Eldon Hardy, Mrs. Bill Sinclair Mn. boutonniere upon their arrival at., I
of Starke,and Bob Morris of Atlanta I' ""' I';' '. ... ., ty of Jacksonville,assisted by his two Harry Hatcher, Jr. and Mrs. George the party, and were presented with
Ga. Mr.and Mr*. Alvin Stevens of .';.!;iSf/ "-'iJ"1. ...". II< sisters Sandra and Karen Chitty, and Roberts,Jr.Pouring black and bras colonial styled I
,New Brockton,Ala.are the parents of ''.;111fip-t': '" Us mother. Mrs. Joan Chitty. The eggnog from the silver doorknocker inscribed: with the name;
the groom. Melanie Is the grand- >party was held at the. Chitty home on punch bowl at the opposite end of the "Reddish" a* a memento .
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Don Bush of Searingthe dining table at appointed times were Assisting In serving and caring for;
Stare and Mrs. Bonnie Reeves of guests at the door Mrs. Glenn Moyer, Mrs. James F. the guests throughout the party hours:
Dothan Ala and greatgranddaughter were Randy and Sandra Chitty. Lorna Rhoden, and Miss Kitty Leasure were Mn. J. E. Denmark, Mn. Don- .
of Mattie 'Griffin of and Tommy informally greeted and sister of the bride-elect. A wide variety Rardon Miss'Myrna Lou Rahn, Mrs-i
Cottonwood Ala. Bruce' grandparent ,t "a ryr4 YrI visited with their guests In. the living of party foods were served from the Eldon Hardy, Mn. Linda John, Miss
,>., are Mr. and Mrs. John room. dining table and from the buffet In Stacey Denmark, and Mark Mitchell. .
Steven of New Brockton Ala. and ; f The entrance to the home was sliver serving pieces.
Vena Jacob of Anton, Ala. decorated with pink and white Inviting guests into the family room .
A program of nuptial music was poinsettias, holly and magnolia were Don Rardon and Lyle Anderson. Senior Citizens Club Ne>w.
., presented by Mrs. Bobby Monk Bough Focal point In the living room .The room was decorated with extensive The Bradford County Senior,'
t b organist, and Miss Carol) Deese, I 4 4vP was the traditional large green use of holly, magnolia, and cedar Citizen Club held their Christmas- I
> pianist. Vocalist Pat Garrett sang: 1 ; Christmas tree. Other holiday ar- boughs Intenperced with red candles party and election of oIficera.1'ues-.
'Love Theme". "The Wedding Song rangements and Christmas scenes and traditional holiday scenes day Dec. 14. .
,. ;was sung by Lisa Tlce, sister of the with burning pink tapers were placedat depicted at various interest points. New officers for 1983 are: '
bride.. Y x 'x r points of Interest in the room. The refreshment table in the family Harry Fertig. president; Ada Holt*.,
The bride wa*given In marriage by I Inviting the guests into the dining room was covered with an ecru lace vice-president; Doris Lamb;
her grandfather, Don Bush of Starke, room was Mrs. Joan Chitty. Karen cloth over red linen and was centered treasurer; Evelyn Vaughan,
and her uncle,Edd Jackson of Cotton Chitty handed out plates and napkins with large red candle in a hurricane secretary; Ruby Morris, chaplain;, ,
.wood Ala. I to each guest. The dining room table lamp circled with holly. and hostess, Flossie Prescott; House: I
'. In a. beautiful and unique i | was covered with an imported lace magnolia. chairman, Lillian Allen,. and Dawn ,
ceremony, the groom sand "He Has | cloth over pink linen. Centering the. Serving champagne punch at Crews as Sunshine Girl. l.L:
<,: Chosen You For Me" to his bride. Frrt a t i, table was a large formal holiday arrangement various times from the punch bowl A gift exchange was enjoyed by alt
After the giving and receiving of r i I of white and gold with a were: Mrs. Brad Carter, Mrs. Terry members attending. Happy Birthdaywas
rings,. the bride sang -"!hut's the large white and gold candle in a hurricane Gaines, Miss Susan Faulkner. and sung to all who had birthdays;
.Way," to her groom. The ceremony I I lamp. Arrangements of pink Mrs.Sandra Crawford. December. :;
....
ended with the bride and groom slowly ind white poinsettias, and other holi- Parents of the honorees, Mr. and The next meeting will be at 'btt' .
walking from the church as Rev. ,Mrs.Bntce J.Stevens day arrangements with burning pink Mn. Drew Reddish and Mr.and Mrs. Pratt Street Recreation Hall I
McNab quoted a passage from the tapers were placed at vantage points. Claude Leasure informally greeted January 11, at 1 p.m. : :
book of Ruth, accompanied by the ...
...
hymn. 'Somethinl for Thee. .2 .v..v ,
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candlelight The bride'peau-de-aol wore a' 'gown with an of ,f+,iti:Eager .z 9y a t,,, tSxp.gG ., 'a<-+. .P'y' R- d s?r S ...... ... .
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overlay silk organza accented with .; ,: :
peau-ofr nge lace and seed pearls. UWfl2JNT1)
Her fingertip veil of illusion was !f,::
gathered to a Juliet cap and accented ... .
with seed pearls. Her bouquet was an '"
I elongated cascade of silk lilies of the
i I valley gardenias and stephanotis! ,aetented CASCADE
;.' with red roses and candlelight ( '

point ribbon. F :.E -..- .'-' JANUARY Bond Paper p'f-.. ., ,.f
Lisa Tlce of Cottonwood, sister of t
the bride, served a* matron of honor.

Jacksonville Bridesmaid*,were Kelly Jody Reed'Atchison of Abbeville. of : t! DISCOUNTS t Letter or Legal U: '; I f fsw

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Ala.; and Rhonda DeAngeloof t. :
Dod sn. Ala. They all wore red "J\ j 'k
floor .length dresses of silk organza from t% l 1 1j I. .
with ruffled skirt and draped capes. Buy GetFREE .1. r
Their bouquets were cascade of red,, ..

with white baby's shade.,and breath peppermint and ribbon carnations of matching The Office ;Shop :L E'i i '


j, Jackie Pope of New Brockton, Ala. 110 W. CALL STREET 954-57C4 STARVE 4s' ) I
served a* best man. Groomsmen .:... 'f
were Dennis Harrison of Dothan j4START
Ala.; Richard Pipkin of Enterprise '
"""" Ala. and Don Williams also 'of' :. FILE
Dothan. Candlellghters were Mark Til i ;;
Carter of Dothan and Kent Taylor of E I )

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:.,"' the bride, and Mrs. Jean Morris, .- \ r rIKK '
..1 mother of the bride hosted a 6'5'
reception LETTER ...
.. In the church: fellowship hall. j .11.20. .. . i '
.: The guests at the reception were jj j .,.
greeted sand Morrison, Sheryl i 07 I'
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:Bessie Christmas of 8 "
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"j Cottonwood.. Ala.. One aide' of the LEGAL *, t.so. I

fountain fellowship decorated hall featured with a flowing ana I ,:.: ((1/3 Cut Only)
greenery
< ." pots of red poinsettias. The food and JUST IN I.::: I

'<< punch tables were covered with white 'TIME TO STORE AWAY U ." f
er; satin tablecloths. All the table ap9v w ,
pointment were of silver. Fingersandwiches LAST YEAR RECORDS .. ." ':
% :.
were also served There .J
ail 1Ct't'1 .;were also silver compotes of nuts and BANKERS ,
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BOXES :: \ '
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mqi IUI '?town's: -'r cakesof" f1'"red bt'Wtra11: velvet r'' W"s.with' BEROL'MffiAOO STORAGE BOX o ;t ;:'I' I

girt! ,;)chocolate Icing and decorated wWiinajOsICornucopia ,.' 4 I
: of frosted p'apef41.\tP.t ->' ,' .' PENCILS sC ,,- ; : t ',
.JojtiJt.1 ,.>(The., ,bride's cake wasf ow'{iered Buy at regular prin ;
.uov li twUft.wedding bells forming thej ot- Letter Size : .,1'r': ;
Bri ..v J.Qm tier. Iq between the bells,on the' Get 1 Free 'I
'IlieiA .;bottom,tier, red white and peppermint 180. LEGAL PAD ', ;;
carnations; babies breath and .No' 11. 12, 311, 312.
greenery were artfully arranged. A 1I11.2.tHa'' doz.No's :.jn,
R-Pave
;cluster (,white satin bell with red HOLDERS t:;';;; ; .
,, 'fiosa' I the top of the cake. 2, 2Vi &..3 ...+? N' .!
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I LuRsford. Serving punch were CedUurutia
1: .' and Fine Uurutia The !::1 ,
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;! bride' book was attended by Stacy 275fl "' .

"" Amy Jackson.Parker.Rice'bag. were given. out by DOME at $ .;

)Out of town guests attending the 434.60" i;.
". wedding were Mr*. Jean Morris, Don BOOKKEEPING No. 10 RegularENVELOPES
and Pauline Bush of Starke Fla.. Mr. OTHER
A,. Leesbwg andMn.JohnGoodrumandBUCIJ7ot, Ga., Mr. and Mrs Charles, fI.I SYSTEMS '203 281 ,

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Jacob and fiance ThorneU of $wHRjpllnOd n
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t .' Woman's Club To Haw Shcrrl Lynn Holstein

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Art a Crafts ProgramArtaandCrtftawUlbetheprograiu I Charles I. Ferguson

To We4 Jan 19Mft ;
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topic at the Starke Woman's Chitluncheonmeeting and Mr*. X3 .

w on Wednesday, 'II $... of, Gatoecvill announce the
r Jan. 12, at 13 noon at the club VKHM,
engagement and appronchin,* marHage -+
Hazel Krait
Vrt .
Hchairrmansassisted *
? th r MaliArhart of their djiughter. SherylIyno, F
Mrs.
by '.
co-chairman. Mrs. Mildred to Charles Earl Ferguson ton of land
Mrs. William:. ofSUirfce.
Bellini, Mr*. Carlo. Hernnnde, Mr*. Fergueon
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C. A. !Knight Mrs. J. D. Odom, Mr. ,
Miss Holstein U 1983 of
s 3 t r a graduate
M.A.Payne, Mr*.William Rink.Mrs. r
BuchhoU School.
H. C. Hitch. Mrs. Gary Stephen, and High
.
Mr. IVJt graduate of
PertruBon a
Mrs. 1..T. Young. "
Bradford High School.
St. Mark' Women ,.f' The wedding I planned for January

IS, at 3 p.m. En the Southalde Baptist
To Meet Jan. 11 >. It. o ':J Church. All relative. and friend are

.f "N,. Invited to attend. Dews BcbttenbtgFrank .
The women of St. Mark'a will meet .,:.' ':1';:' Swindell i
on Tuesday, Jan. 11. at 7:30 p.m.;,.in, t

the parish House. ")", ,. ." ADK Mating, HighlightsThe

.. Mr.sad Mr*.Jck Coleman Sole At Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd Wile December meeting of ADK Dawn Scho.ning.Franklin .

LEILA'SDRESS held at the St. Mark' Parish House' SwIndell

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coleman SHOP was hosted by Lucille Payne Jewel To Wed In SpringMr.
Bradford
Square) Mikes to Celebrate Brown, and Marilyn Vellenga. A

Silver Anniversary Christmas theme kept everyone In and Mr*. Merman Schoenlng of

Celebrate Golden AnniversaryMr. 75th Birthday Celebration high spirt!*. Starke announce the engagement and

Planned for Jan. 8 Mr. and Mrs: Lloyd Wilts of Lawtey Lauri Mullin presented homemade approaching marriage of their
could be made for
craft Items that
will celebrate their silver wedding..- daughter. Dawn Michelle, to Walter

encircled with gold and yellow The daughter of Mr*. Nellie nlvenury Saturday Jan. 8, at 4 p.m, Christina gift*. Smith demonstrated'cake Franklin Swindell son of Walter
Guest Martha
and Mr, Jack Coleman with a and late Helen Swindell
reception given by heir Swindell the !
celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary flower flanked on one end with a Wilkinson are hosting a 75th birthday children. The decorating. Her cake W.Ipresented '
will be ;
reception held at of i-J
on Dec 19 at a reception crystal punch bowl encircled with Bat Highland mother Saturday,Jan. the Bradford Masonic Lodge corner to the Starke Nursing A .pringg wedding 1 planned. "
given by their children Mr. and Mrs. greenery and gold and yellow flowers. / Baptist Church: of Orange and Call Streeta In Starke. Home by the chapter. The bride-elect Is a 1983 graduate of
Placed the other end were finger The party will be in the Fellowship Five member
prospective were
Hubert Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Clifford on All friends and relatives...Invited Bradford High School. The prospect
Martin, Mr.and Mrs. Joe DiCan- foods. Hall between the hours of S p.m. to II to attend. guest at the meeting: Carolyn live Is a Joel graduate of Bradford
The gift table was covered with a Taylor Elaine Grtffi II. Joyce groom .
dio Mr. and Mrs. Lollie Browning *
pm.All School. J
and gold cloth and centered with an arrangement relatives and friends..Invited Johnson Lorraine Smith and Donna High ;"":
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Coleman. Sr. ,
F at the home of the latter on Morgan of gold lowers with a 50th to attend. Did Yew Know........... Hartley .

Road. golden emblem in the center. ADK hal donated a Christmas tree

The guest book table was covered Mr. and Mrs. Coleman were Sale At to the VOA home. Members donated Did You Know...........
presented with corsage and boutonniere Magglo Plzzamu a native of Italy ornament to decorate the tree.
with a gold cloth and held a golden anniversary LEILA'SDItESS how !
p book. in gold.Servers residing in Belgium, la visiting '
guest for the occasion were their SHOP her sister, Phyllis Scott of Camp Mr. and' MrsHerbert Thomas attended
4 covered The cake with and a lace punch cloth table with was an grandchildren Mrs. Mike lateen Bradford Square) 'Blanding. Magglo la visiting America Did You Know.....,..... the funeral of their cousin Ed

overlay of white lace and centered Mrs. Joey Sapp. Mrs. Judy Rue for the first time. Mrs. Scott was a Kite )In Gainesville on Wednesday. :
bride. Linda Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Underhill
with Misses Faith Coleman, Sonja Coleman Duplicate) Bridge war Alday and Joele
with an anniversary cake topped
emblem. The cake and Cathy Martin. ResultsFirst Williams daughters of Mrs. Scott celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary Jim Hamilton of Atlanta spent
50th was
golden
a are communicating with their aunt Dec. 22 with a dinner at .Wednesday to, Tuesday with his

-place winner who speaks no English, through their Western Steer Steak House. Also at parents,.. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
I BIRTHS Bridge Tuesday night were In.Xhipllcata Lucille mother, tending were the couple' son and Hamilton before entering his Junior
family Mr. and :
Mr* Robert of
at the University Georgia on
Jennifer Michelle Morgan Mrs. Leaton Morgan of Starke Great place was taken by Lora Francis and At Underhill and sons, Robbie and JIm- Wednesday. Joining the family
LEILA'SDRESS Mr. and Mr*. Richard A. to Mr. and
grandparents are Mrs. Iva McKinneyand Rhea Johnson. myce'! Thursday Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan of Mrs Leaton Morgan of Starke. SHOP rhlll; Mr. and Mrs. CoUey Mr*. Mark Hamilton and family of

>Starke announce the birth of a Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Did You Know.......... Bradford Square) Underhill; and William Blackburn, Tampa.Mrs. "
all of
:daughter. Jennifer Michelle, born Mrs. E. W. Hodges of Starkn Great Mr. and Mr*. W..W. Rink of Starke Starke.
:Dec. 27,at Alachua General Hospital. grandparents are Mrs. Ruby Brook Robbie Underhill received his *nd Mr. and Mrs. John Reeber of Sol At Lax Green. and son, Michael I
She Joins a sister, Renae, age three. of Brooker and Mrs. Fannie Bradford High School diploma Dec.: Jacksonville Beach were in Atlantic LEILA'SDRESS* returned last Wednesday after week A 1

Paternal grandparents are Mr. and of Hampton. 18. t', City N. J. Dec. 37-30 attending SHOP with Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Green in T

several play Bradford Square. Tallahassee. I

IJ Legal Notices I JPM w JB IIF mss.e I


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEMINOLE RIDGE Unit Jail, I will offer for sale may be obtained from Dated. this 'th day of and designated, by the whatever In the enact U1fI.KVlckJe !
i 4 OF FLORIDA EIGHTH No.7. on unrecorded and sell to the highest the Superintendanrs OfDecember. 1M2 plan at Agricultural ba men of this proposed Carver a sophomore Eat I
; 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN map of a survey of lands bidder for cash In hand f ice 01 512 North Temple Gilbert S.Brown rezoned to CO and ORDINANCE should appear Florida Southern College COlE :
AND FOil IRADFOftDCOUNTY In Fractional Section 12 the above described property Avenue. Starke. .Iortdo. Clerk. of Circuit Court designated General and be heard. at the has been named to the Dean'
FLORIDA. Tn.hlp.South. Range of sold defendantto This I. In compliance M @radioedCounty' Commercial. th. proper* time and place described : List for this semester. She was
CASE NO. B229I-CA 22 East Bradford County satisfy the aforesaid with Florida Stol\l'", Florida ty of F. Delano Thomas, also elected to represent OVER_
Florida: as surveyedby Execution. Chapter 120.54 es IV: Marion McRor described a* follows:3.2 BOARD OF Joseph Reynold'* Hall on the

JtCURITY: PACIFIC Joseph G. Knapp.Registered Dalph' E. Reddish enacted Florida' by the 1974 Deputy Clerk. acres out of parcel! 097 BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Miss Southern Court at the annual :
FINANCE CORP., Land Legislature 1/27 .87 'located six E' "ING
aforeign Sheriff 1/06hg ((14 ac) Homecoming event. .
Jr.Superintendent
Surveyor: said parcel being Thomas" .Casey. ,
miles South of Stark Clerkltcngl06
corporationauthorised 12/16 at By: G S. Brown '
4tchg |1/6 ,
mora particularly of NOTICE Solo At _., .
"
to do "Intersection 1 of Hwy.' 301
J described In EXHIBIT Bradford County School. OF APPLICATION LEILA'SDRESS ,,!,
business In the Slate of NOTICE UNDER and Ct. Rd. IS In Section ,
"A". attached hereto and 113
1/062tchg
Florida FICTITIOUS NAME FOIl REZONING 24. Township 7 South SHOP ,,", .
Plaintiff made a part hereof, AND AMENDMENT- Rang 31 East far Bradford Square* r .',
VS has .been filed against STATUTE NOTICE OF THE ,moral commercial iwa.if ) .f,.' :
ARTHUR N. GREENBERG you, CLINTON E. MEIER I. John A. Roman. wil LAND USE LAN ", SO'IIMJ') .
and JOAN M. and you are required to Notice Is hereby given not be responsible tordebts You ara further givenNOTrCI FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
fi 1 GREENBERG hi. servo a copy of your that the undersigned, pursuant other than An ORDINANCE "
wife my own. that a copy of .
Hwy 11 W. Weldon 114.1171j
) and ELIZABETH L, written defenses. If any to the 'Fictitious !2/304'pcI" amending the COlft.i sold proposed ORDINANCE -
MILLER.. Defendants. to it on Donald M. Bollmg -' Mama Statute." being Section i q 1, 1 I la,: ""o'i ,'! ''i ,.Iie,.,,,. Land U.a'( .Is_""br.far*j 1 "fII'J-.Jf"f.' Pastor.jGeorge Watsonrand '

plaintiffs attorney, B6SO9. Florida N i ca.i. 4 loo.Element' all..........," .J., !: ... \ The Congregation invite You to l} 1, j
NOTICE OF SAUPURSUANT whose. address Is 300 The Statutes, will register with OfAl'Pl.lCAnDH.1Q' a""od'"" Count .ios'bf,1M'; Plreeto"of.. .... '.,1 Come and Worship With Usson" ,

TO Gallarla.Jacksonville.Florida 333 Laura' the Clerk, of the Circuit FOil TAX peED ...... In -.ton oIth ., Ina and Planning' ; MM. . . . .is AM "
CHAPTER 45 Street Court In and for Bradford the local Goverfto', Ie: County Courthouse. iatrabtg ......,. . . 11 AM
.before 32202 on or County, Florida upon NOTICE II HEREBY mental Compr.h.nslve Slorke. Florida Eassgsaw. .. .. . . . ..7 Ft* Find out how r Id control
31. 1983. '
January .
Notice Is given pur and file the original with receipt of proof of publication GIVEN that Robert lonnktg Act of 1975 0.'-<, Each and every Parson watbt.Wy........ . . ,7.MFM: your craving.. Learn r
suant to Final JudgementIn of this notice, the fictitious Alexis, Green. J,. the ideal for In Chapter having' ,any Interest good habits that can
Foreclosure doted the Clerk of this court holder of the' FloI4a __
name of: of tho following "'.come second .
either .before "' .a'
December 9. inCase service on ;sautes3certlfkates .
192. certificates has filed sold
LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS
lure So I
plaintiffs attorney or Immediately to you. you can
Number n 291 CA
II of the Circuit Court of the thereafter, under which the undersigned deed to b.far I..d a tax TO: All CltlaoM. Tax.' Pentecostal Apostolic Sabbath take >oft (the pounds
will be In
I engaged
Eighth Judicial Circuit. In otherwise a default will ,The CotIlflc_ pcI'f... end other In- and keep them off
business In the ofStarka.
arid far Bradford be entered against you City numbers tad ro-.
County. and of Iso
years
Florida .ki which SECURITY for.In the the relief demanded The .party Florida.. interested In ouonee. the description You and each of You Assembly Services., JOiN SO' TWATCHERS'
PACIFIC FINANCE complaint or peti of the property and she 0" hereby and herewith
CORPORATION Is the tion.WITNESS the above-named businessIs names In which It was 0- notice In 0CCCIf'0
Plaintiff' and ARTHUR N. my hand lake Chevrolet- ......... 0" 01 follows: once with FloI" Sat. -. 10 am Tues. 7:30: pm Lose rveigrtf once and bran
and the seal I of this court Oldsmobile. Inc. ;
,
GREENBERG and JOAN Certificate No, 154 Status" that tho Board
M. GREENBERG, his on December 22 1982. Doted at Jacksonville, Year M Issuance, 197e f County C.mmle. Search for Truth'.Bible Studies r\rVE QHTJiWrCHERS ? "
wife, and ELIZABETH L. AS CLERK OF THE COURTBy Florida this 14th day. of Description of Prapo stoners 0' Bradford ,/ \.
MILIEU are the Defendants. : hulah M. Moody Dec.mber,1982. ty Com. a' NI C. of SE aunty. Florida have at the Church / >t.tt. (\ rTO'1''t .0 IIIt' .. '" N .
GILBERT S. Deputy Clerk LAKE CHEVROLET- 1/4 of NE 1/4 M SE I/4 designated tho Bradford lIn$5' U (
BROWN Clark of the l2/3O4tcrigl/20 OLDSMOBILE. run w 620 feet to N R/W County Zoning and Pion- TUESDAYS AT 7:30 PM i r..oi..

Court or his Deputy, will By: Henry H. Graham JrVice of Co. Graded Road for nine Board to conduct 0 NON SECTARIAN. NON DENOMINATIONAL 1 DISCOUNT of MotiCounty
sell to the Poe continue West 700 ft public hooting et a f.___ t
highest and President .
Road 330A Starke Phone .. .....
473-2442 .
South regular meeting" held. 01IIIW relM.es
best bidder for cash In NOTICEOF ATTEST H.W.Shadd. Ill, 406 ft to North I .I 11"'u
OCJ 11'1 the .....Cola.Pastor OHW BIDS IKJ. 1ti '.h
of Road
the lobby at the East INTENTIONTO Secretary ca NEW p.m. County Rs web awe ... .1I11
Mnrv.xd awn oscaum era !
door of 'along rood to POs .... Commission massing _
the Bradford REGISTER 13/164lchgl/06 ..1 nwy'''' II
.rodfortf t ...... J'M u.
County Courthouse FICTITIOUS NAME floe 10. twp 7 South County ,
It........ Bradford County. Range 22 Eo.t. Courthouse, Stak. ...,.'bo.'ot.\,1, d .9nra

Florida at II:OO A.M. an Pursuant to Section NOTICE UNDER Nome In which 0'_" Florida 01'1''Tuesday. am an .Lerraa. '' f'a
FICTITIOUS NAME UX.1 r"ij"if"' :'!'! *
January 14. 193 the S6S.09, Florida Statutes, ad Elizabeth C. Fowler.January 21. 1983. and a 3i"W plea
following-described STATUTETO All M sold prpo.rty' make a rocommendallan STARKE nut '.,'MIJ
party sot forth In pro the notice Is .hereby given being .In the County of s the Board of County General Medicine ,. '
Final Judgement InForeclosure that the undersigned WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Bradford. State of Commissioners' and the St.. Edward): l ;Ei.II
: Henry and Betty Smith : ....... Board will consider an Announces the opening of his office at .. ; .
1 1 lot II, GENEVA sole or |joint owners, doIng Notice Is herehy Unless. such c.nificos anday. February 7, 441 N. TtinPle'/ 1
AXE ESTATES as business under the given that tho undersigned or certificates shall be 1981oOf the some Hid STARKE PLAZA
plat thereof recorded par In firm name of IMI.SGIIOYE. pursuant to the "Fic ,ed......... aceoring 10 Piece. at 10:00 A.M. an Mondays 6:30 p.m.Thursdays .
Flat look 9, Page 36B.of ADOBE KENNELS titious Name Statute," low the property d.ICI' Ordinance relating toad .,(next to Pantry Pride) 9:3tfifM.: : ;'
the Public Records of Rf. 1. laIC 1103, Chapter HAS.09. Florida: In such cottilleato er Tin rezoning crt the .
Bradford County, tawtoy ,Florida 3205SIntends Statutes, will register CotIlflca' wilt be sold lowing described pre Hours: 9-B MOaVFM., 9-12 Sit, For more informatloncall'
Florida. to register said with the Clerk of the Clr4 to fife highest IIIdder at party and demanding. tho '

Dated this 13th day of fictitious name under the cult Court In and for the court ........ door on Comprehensive. Land PHONE964-4I Toll Frw.....
December. 192.GILBERTS.. aforesaid statute.Dated Bradford County. the 22 day of February, .a Plan! to provide that !
MOWN this 15th day Florida. upon receipt of 1913. ......currently toned 01 18Bfl.342.9tS5Homestead I
proof of publication of i
CLERK OF THE of December, 1992. ,
this notice. the fictitiousname
CIRCUIT COURT 12/234lpd1/13 .
towlttBELCO '
By: Beulah Deputy Moody Clerk NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S ENTERPRISES ,

12/30 2lchg 1/06 SALE under engaged which'In business we are at : 'N' T1
Notice Is hereby giventhat B8S Well "Madison EAppi

I. Dolph I. Reddish Avenue, Ita...., Florida: ',' .
as sheriff of Bradford 32091. I' "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County. Florida. under That the parties. Interested
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EIGHTH JUDICIAL
end by virtue of writ of m sold business "
CIRCUIT Execution, ta-wlt: enterprise are a. agoras ''are
IN AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY. Execution Issued out follows .new ,;being accepted for
FLORIDA.
of Court of Bradford Guy Andrew
County
CASE NO.S3 497
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DIVISION County, Florida. pursuant Thomas R.C1ndr ws
DATED 110..... "
at
ta e Final. Judgment '
FLORIDA TITlfMORTGAGE for George_ Florida. this 29th day of

B COM. sbaugh ef Stark.. December 1982. Exempt. j
1/064tchg" 1/37 ,
,ANY. a Florida' and against
Florida. corporation, Michael Kirkland and ,PUBIK; NOTICE
PlaIntiff Gallo Kirkland def_
VS dants. .In the amount oft THE BRADFORD 'And "Other'exemptions for ,whtehyecreceived : I".qualfy :

CLINTON E. MEIER; SILLY o23S together withcasts COUNTY SCHOOL ',, : "
BYRON and ELIZABETH of collection. .BOARD. ,''''''., Florida
BYRON hit wile Have selied and .have will hold a PUBLIC HEAD. IfYIU have .. renewal; '

Dofeoodonto.NOTICE!OF ACTION In my possession described. thefallowing BOARD ING ON PROPOSED RULE your! : fll'.1I'' have: :any.. : <; !


Feet Crystal TOl CLINTON Office II...Box......2345 MEM:Florida. sonel 197SOodga4dr.IO.Ne.BH4IK5DI22473.property' ta-wttt pen. MGx4-3 MINISTRATORS.CONTRACTS.14IA. RENEWALOF FOR AD-on questions' _ht u.e. : exam A tle ", ,ple Vie. c n't 'US; 'lt, ';. i :



:D629 YOU AM NOTIFIED XJB4S7.above Aa tho. property. Tog of"No. ,,Roam January.. In of..17.School the, 1983.Bradford Board at 7p.m. 94-628)i.xt.) :.. : ,2161or, rt_e' }In' .-.... ,,\ 1st ;. : '> 'i:, G

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__ 5 basketball team got the new year off quarter to turn the game Into a Tornado coach Billy Sexton went to
to a rousing start as they ran past Tornado blowout' 3919.>> Alabama for the holidays his team
Wright __ neighboring Keystone Heights lots Finally game-high scorer Wright had just one practice before
Drops ,# ,doubleheader: sweep Tuesday night got red not again hitting 5 straight Tuesday's game but they" were still
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Shot __ + ;, Jan. 4, at home. BUS buckets at one point, one a two- too much for the visitors. i
In... r Th. BUS junior varsity evened it* handed shotgun slam on a feed from
ledger at... with a BMO win at the expense Norman- as the Tornadoes steadily Center Herbie Cooper continued to
BUS a of the Indians. Then !the Tornado built the final margin until the buzzer. lead the Bradford JV s in scoring with
Jtnlor Cecil 4' 9 varsity broke out of a 104 OntDe110d Wright\ ended with 17 points on ft of a 15 point night.Frank Long added 10, ((4
Wright deficit to completely" dismantle 11 shooting plus a dozen rebounds to Shaun Jackson 8, and Simon Mitchell
slammed the visitors 7043 and up Its season top all players in both departments. 6 as the Tornadoes led from start to .
home oat&wo.fI.&e4 lodger to s-6 heading Into a road gameat Bellamy had 14 points. Chandler and finish.

Mldifleburg Friday. .Norman 10, Emmett Watkins 7 and 8 Up 8-5 after one quarter the Baby p pt
dnakagalasi Shooting 49 percent from the fieldthe rebounds, Gary.Carter 8 and 8 rebounds Tornadoes turned on the fastbreak 1

Tornadoes bit from inside out Mark Pierce. 4, and Tommy burners and built the advantage up to ,
KeystoneTaosday! _ IrI' ';r fide; and In between off both the Johnson 2, 25-15 by the half.
: ,8tbreak and pattern offense. "The thing that's so dang nice.is we
and her ,fit s*' n Sophomore Sam Norman beldthehot had alot of sophomores playing out Sexton said he was pleased overall
drops a u ty hand early< canning( 4 straight there, like we've been having,' Sexton with the first effort back from vaca- I
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against ? outscored Keystone 1M in the opening aU played alot of ball. throws we'd kill people.
.a4l"a u minutes of period two to grab a "We had guys coming off the bench Bradford was just 1 of 8 from the
defenderjrV.1 17-14 advantage Daren Chandler tonight that got.us untracked Same foul line.
Jeff WIJ oa. It ": .t 2" ts ), missed a- slam attempt butt soft-) came off the bench and scored some stone's'Terry Harvin's droppedin t
,. \ touched in a couple of Jumpers and points... Cecil came in and scored: 15 points to tie Cooper. for game

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f't _ shaking his bead but smiling. ;: ,"Some nights can't substitute that 1 MO 10, Vey I 1-1,5, SUUIngi II.n.._.. II "!, Jackson Eyes the Bucket...,
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:" 1 spotted a surprisingly large bunch of Bradford County folks among the O BOYS' CORDUROY JEANS MEN'S CORDUROY JEANS
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6.61S fans enjoying the Florida Gators 8WS upset special basketball) victory -RlP. .Wealocn...,collen.modal Solidi.yoke 5-15.Back.. PayBoot 4 pock.lL Poly/Conon. 99-Oa. \ I
over Alabama at UP Monday night/ (( 'tOUA' ( li ,I
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t After the Tornadoes routed a young keystone Heights team 70-331 In their first game back from the holiday br .ak BJIS varsity coach: Mike Sexton said : j, I
he's told his ballclub they ought to run off a win string to start the new year mr.rag ,
,"1 told the kids I'd be disappointed if!we don't run off 7 straight wins" he
I Nld."rDflncludlng: beating !Maeelenny .harp Jan, M> and Orange Park up 147 A88 "ft88 'J188 ')' 88 -V'788 2/$7 88 .

I there (Jan. tfjmThat WAS x'07 w a'.M J.| solo 12 ee WAS 35.ee WER!28.88 WERE /095 1 WERE WERE 10 S3 :
\ .a)+w would ))Include beating reversing an earlier 71-SB defeat at the 498
ttMtolSfCto)!&BeK th 'IBI lit Devils'crime' here Jan. 11 and beating an Interlachen -: FAMOUS KODAK ,__STClO'. \ .CAN OPENER/ S-TRACK SHERPA LINED SHERPA LINED MEN'S TOP MAKER
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lust got beck:Sunday from a Christmas with his parents; Foik County and .rr.
hauled back a hefty slack of sports reading material for ma to go throughand .
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file away. i
Included was a diary printed In the Orlando Sentinal. Star that tracked'
Klsslmee-Oaceola Ilip' play 'In the Nike Holiday Prep Basketball Classic Ii
in, get this La. Vegas. ,That II right Las Vegas, Nevada
And not only did a Florida team come up)with$5,000: in plane fare to. make '
the trip for the tournament, they won the whole bail of wax!
Kisslmmee, a mostly countrified team r nickraaned the Xowboy thai, :
entered the tourney 11-0 Snd-ranked in Florida'((3A), and sporting two prep' ;
all-americans-: Frank Ford and S-o Jimmy Mc McCrtmmoaitunnea the' "
city slick cagers In this one. '"., ,
.RlsstmnuM obviously came In with credentials.. They'd been running'vpt I uunnte ", < I. J ,
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scores like 137-69 over Wildwood and 1W-Z7 over St. Cloud in Florid.but.they 14' : 1.,is ot wAa sTL. >' 9 .
were not thought of as one of the top teams In Ve....\ WAIl'11 1." ;pre W SECRET SOLID WTI. PeRSWRANT/2.*. WAC .SOrA.u1'' WERE 2 841 TO 5 bS r .f WERE 4.94. CHOICE WE'". UP TO /2 ";,
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In the opening round they biew past Ptttatargli Langley Htyh, preseason 2.tah.LtquM .' ** PULLOVER CARDIGAN's ;
:ranked number W bathe U.S.;by a 75-flO margin.Ford: and McCHnunon hitac ;*0i "r27.1fROaITUBaEtOh10-SNowCagkCO\ 'ro'.xa? WAS 1.26.A SJpSL"WepotCoN, PANIC SWEATERS SWEATERS { I W
5 *, -. ; 4144 Aasoned sty$...00ENsnetr.d Assorted, ....kll... .iieat
points apiece.The next night KJssimee dropped.as Vegas Cornu 73-69 and Cwortnei welsl.am e space dyed
in the semifinals they stunned most of the college coaches: in attendance by' WAS 3.44'. Mai *41%As.KA-SKlTZ8RttFoll Wrapped TKHett,WAS 2.45..... .,. ,.I Irs and '..0'S'L.. Assorted eolorfc 1IM and designs S M L. acryllo a pockets 1-\. t +

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-: Ford dominated Inside with IS points and 19 rebounds and McCrlmmon ad !
ded Mnoihts,Including a 38 foot bomb.that w.the gam*with 9 wicoads left. _
In- chamnio. hp contest Thursday.''Dic,3t; 7fV rd. and McCrlmmonconibiiMd f H ii

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.t' baseball AmericatlMaeazine Rates Kenny dark 1 ;:4>T ;:Braves Top .Prospects I

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y kind of pride-swelling Christmas present ..' J.r. == foe continued! successKm : ,L' .' y,' t.: ." ', 1, '
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listed last among the"top 10"pros pests ta able to solve that problem I by the middle of ,.: ." ':.': : '.:...; ....:..f.j; : '.;' -i''' IOO( bases'In A. ballancllect' the International, j'.' \; ..'.
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i baseball system. Duane Ward and Matt West.. considered ',.' ::';'wi:. ':'.',:; : : -;:1i.: : CbI fc, ahmf ) He barely hit> :

The, 19-year-old shortstop, Just a ,Atlanta's. top pitching prospects One can :; i'r:) ',::T-=rs53 'L :-' = > :200last season at Anderson (South Atlantic) :
year and a half number out of nine Bradford on a H list gh also expect to see the name of Zane Smith ""r.\+ 1" grx53'Y r.ei--iCS: h:"; .=F_;::; r= but Clark is considered one; of Atlanta's topprospects :

School tabulated was by Ron Morris of the twice on Ajjanta's roster some Juaatanw* "" .. y. 7i.1T.rI i ''if.;':",.._ ."'1';:.:, _.:.f.:.... (r:. as a shortstop Because,he is only :_ 'I
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I monthly magazine Baseball/ America If Atlanta manage?Joe GlTeh.dtopenciJ '< s?s'-;" :3Pi f.: :::';; ; J'.7+ : 19.years old. Clark is several years away \ :
k ,y which covers minor league baseball in a lineup for opening day in 1985, he would .':i" !//J'i'' 3PiCHS; -'fi:=.'cx==;'=:: t: ff.fi3 from the big l leagues. "He can flat play hit

r to grea t depth. probably nave Bruce Benedict as his catcher; ,,, i :; : ;, x=3 =: position." ere Atlanta scout said. He csa ?..

coaches talked to Atlanta scouts and Gerald Perry at first base: Glen Hubbard. :: =S CfeSSK1pSiSiMqS! :* iii-lFte&i: .. do everything[ well and we feel certain he will rPaul : .>
in compiling the Braves top, Rungr Miguel Sota at second base; F"t ; f : .eventually able to hit the ball." :
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league as part top 10's of most of the pro Rafael Ram rel. Paul ;Zuvellaor Kenny Clsrl (. ... -"W A > M& W.... pJi West i is a tat M.. 195 E

basebsU: organizations. shortstop. Bob Homer (or Brook Jacoby. ii :: I '-........,. "'.-==:....._..... '...". pound righthander' who has all l the tools, 'to :.
The same issue contained a story Homer Is traded this off-season) at third ...,:','WjSs: ; "" -::;:=;:=;:,,0.0:."'... 1'1 pitch in the big leagues. "He's got the :
that rated Atlanta's farm system as base, and an outfield of Brad Konuninsk.: *,i..iii' ; : J-S3s,1; :;; ;KfMSsaws-ss;; i i ability to do whatever he wants to do." an '7
;, one of the best in baseball further indicating Dale Murphy and either Claudell Washing- i ,:,:,:_,__ ",_".:::;",_':1 1gLaisrsisr&flasi r Atlanta scout said. "But he pressures : I
that the former Tornado Brett Butler or >> Hall ::::'':::;''''4;;::'. :::1ii."S; :='; :
shortstop may indeed make it all the "!' 't'.:...: : J J!, .;

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Glen Hubbard Paul Runge, or crossed Kenny's face when he read at Anderson, South Carolina, last' Anderson again for another year of league. '. ", '. !help, and doing alot of hunting! .I

Miguel Sosa at second base; that. feel "certain scout seasoning. Or he could move up to "The' pitching was tough, like Kansas .
eventually ,
Paul Zuvella or Kenny Clark hit the ball." And a Durham. He doesn't figure he'll get City had au Its pitchers from triple ""I've been working out Monday. r
(italics supplied) at shortstop "I was kinds surprised,"Clark said adds: "He can flat play his position." word until.later In the Spring.. A on down' It was better pitching Wednesday, and Friday with a weight "*
Bob Horner (or Brook Jacoby last week between enjoying the Kenny didn't know he was that' program the trainer gave me. When
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season) at third base and an ". had never been told anything like and he still doesn't know what his contract Clark estimates. "But well." hitting- r with them some." '*-
outfield of Brad Komminsk that. destination will be after Spring training what 'really matters, is Spring train? still .:
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Ing", Splitting time with another' shortstop patient biding hts
Dale Murphy and either "It gives you a little boost. At least I starts in March. Clark made Just; 2 erros in 16 time. But then reading/ news like the s

Claudell Washington" Brett know they're thinking about me." Still young at 19, the youngest In the He feels his hitting was starting to starts.. ."top 10" story can give a guy the feel- '
Butler or Albert Hall. Morris goes on, to explain that Braves "top 10" prospects as a mat-' come around against the tough pit- Now he's home, wot'klnillfhen the Ing he's getting somewhere. .
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More. on Bradford 'High's Move to 2A : Starke men's basketball league opens up regular season play Monday' '

night, Jan. 10 with a tripleheader the Bradford Middle School gym. t
First tip-oif is at 1:30 p.mwith'. Stevenson. Construction meeting

,' ,Longchamp. At 7:30 Wishbone tests defending league, champ Jackson's :'
Basketball/ Cross Country/ : Building Supply, and at 1:30 Longchamp hits the court'' again to play last 'a;

year's runnerup the Hawks. "
\ ". Friday night,. Jan. 14H Stevenson Coat, and Jackson's :metlt'-'at 6:30: I'I

2A Might be Ticket Back to Top ,BHS Should Compete Well,... \;; Wishbone 1:30atBMS.and the Hawks' play at 7:30: _and'Longch. amp.. and Jackson's play al 2:

BHS coach George Loper and hiss runners, -:: With five tfo"msln the league one team will be playing twice on each league 0
especially the girls team hope to Girls Cross countrY2A night Monday and Friday. That way everybody will play at least twice q
For Bradford High; in BasketballBradford splash when they dive Into 2A running next state Champions weekly with two teams each week playing three gamy, 3
h The season will go 16 games with each team meeting the others four times, t.
And they won't have toga far to' fine chIefoppoalUon 1983 '?7???? the regular season ending in early March; A
High hasn't won a district title (or had a winning season for that In cross country, 1982 jax.) Episcopal Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin hopes to have an all star team chosen at the !I
matter) in boys basketball since 1978 and has never won a girls district hoop .Jacksonville Episcopal nudged out 1981 Clearwater Catholic end of the year and have the all stars play the league champions.! 3
crown so the move to 2A could prove profitable for the BIIS cagers. the tot 1980 jax.) Bolles .
ranked Father for
Hardcourt names to look for In class 2A? 2A state Daytona title last Lopes and Belles of '1979 Orlando Trinity .;i
Well for the boys, try Pahokee and Avon Park from the southern half of the year 1978 Orlando Trinity
Jacksonville was third. And on the boys side
state and just about Bolles and Gainesville P.K. Yonge. were Keystone 'Tops BHS Girls '

anybody. from the panhandle fourth and fifth at state Boys Cross country ... ,. .:
state Championship Games Ransom 'Bverlgades boys!i state "
was 2A state champions "
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pahokee won last year'a In 80VS 2A SInce 1geo champ this fall but graduates' Billy Convey 1983 Just aim In the first meeting between For. BHS Maria Reddish bit, a,
ZA crown with a 68-53 win individualtitles. HIIITt"1982 -; ". the two teams. back in, November career 1 .
cur1983 rrrmrentJy who captured three. straight high points and seaso
over Vernon and I. Ransom Everglades Keystone Heights had too much Donna Vonda
leading-scorer Kay Hall added
ranked( number lln ,1982 Pahokee 68. vernon 55 Dodd for the BBS girls basketball '12. ]

2A. The Blue Davila, a 1980 1981 Wakulla Port St.62 Joe- P.K.52 -Yonge Wakulla 59 43 On Few Due' for" -Tennis team and won 48-38 in a game played Reddish hit 2 shots early' as Bradford -
south Florida in virtually
Changes Wrestling
power
1979 Vernon 58 Pahokee 54 in Keystone Monday night Jan. 3.. grabbed a 94 first period lead. "
all sports, play in a4A3A I Dodd a S-4 guard with fine shot
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1978 Havana Q4 Avon Park 81 But Dodd hit 4 buckets in the second ,
league during the 1977 Pahokee 79 Clearwater Catholic 76 For a couple of sports at BHS-tennis and wrestling the move down to and a large grab-bag of offensive period as Keystone scored 8 of the ,i.
year, and also won' the 1976 Clearwater Catholic 59 Btountstown class 2A won't make much difference at all. moves Dumped in :M points.Including first 9 points of that stanza to take the
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coveted 2A title in 77 and' 1975 Lake Weir 51 Ft. Lauderdate Florida doesn't differentiate between claw 4A and class 1A whenit most of the crucial baskets for the lead for good. -
were runnerups in 79. 1974 Havana 54 Melbourne: Catholic Aquinas 50 35 comes to tennis and In wrestling the only classifications Lady Indians, who upped their recordto At halftime KHHS was on top 23-14
Avon Park meanwhile has are for 4A ChamPIODIhlseeta SA. As matter of fact in 8-1 at the of BHS.The Lady
been the final four 1973 Melbourne catholic 42 Baker 40 a sports like' expense before BHS closed the. gap to 25-22 on
among tennis golf and er.private schools from south Florida Tornadoes dipped to 2-8 on the year two buckets
three times since 1978, 1972 Port St:. Joe 68 Lake Weir 54 I by Hall and,another by
1971 Havana 90 have won state titles often as not: f.t with home games against Baker freshman Gloria Davis.
cavtona Lopez: 62
and though has never winning of it last all 1970 \wymore/ Teen 63 Jasper 54 So, Bradford will probably compete against exactly the same schools It Buchholz, ahd Santa' Fe upcoming Davis finished with 4 points for BUS
98 its
won. 1969 Port St:. Joe 69 Ocala Howard 63 has grown accustomed to at district, region, and.state meet tournaments Jan. I,'10, and 13. L while Cindy! Strickland had 9.
113 .
games 1968 In boys and girls! tennis and wreaUIII,. With the score close minutes (into1
Btountstown .alts.d
Sandwiched between 50 wymore Tech 48Pahokee's :. a s ,4.
1967 Chattahoocnee 93 the third period KHHS up 25-22, Dodd ,_ '
: LaBeM 77 -
77 and 82 state Han }y 14svy
1966 60 ,knocked in 14 of Keystone's next 17 MaMea fteddbhm.. -. .
Macdemv zephvitHHs 46 .
championships were four '544. aroutpagt...I. 1Md I
points as the Lady Indians moved out
1965 Chattat100chee 76 OIIledO 6B ..... ..
straight titluts from the CalendarV ; savsesnOadd Saris .u.B awerest
panhandler- Havana Vernon 1964 zeprrvrhms 33 Mount Dora 29 Sports All Sports Club to a S4-24 lead by the end of period' H-. K, 'nmmw 1+4, TomlkiM, !-"
three and kept the advantage. T..rn a. .
Wakulla and Port St. 1963 Florida High 62. BaldWin 52 Meets January 11, '. s.
Joe They take their round1962 ZephvmiKs 60 Btountstown 58'' 'n_nd..e.a v lf I l ; '
ball seriously out there 1961 Malone 66 Inverness 32 ;akar Co.a.sits err. Imtxhjil tt:fat, 'The Bradford High 'School AllS

and some say the best 1960 Btountstown 56 Zephyrnlls 55 f e Sports Club will be holding first CASH
IIleJut'iil'utn:: meeting of the REBATE
basketball region is GalMvOI s new
played by that. and 2A state Championship Games Bin 4V. V..beoIr.eIc.U.IM--.I..MJ>. night Jan. 11, at the western. Steer ":

schools.: mans 2A a.......J.; .Nsurhbda '4S Steak House. ., .., direct from manufacturer'
As for the girls the at sits Iris .sJuKb.U (1:10)
names of fame game since 1 983'2A 777777 ....'. |1..|.* baalwtlMU( at ants<.:M,7'3' .I:.> ); Meeting! time is 7:SO 'p.m. but Smith-Corona: Typewriters,

playoffs were instituted In 1982 Clearwater Catholic 73 Defuniak Spgs.: 44 ,.caoBl..e..ov., .... t.Yyde.mpt 'If anyone wishing come for a dutch ....... ......................
1976 have been two catholic 1981 P.K. Yonge 39 Avon Park 38 <(7:n 10 Hawta WMibana.... Ungdiarap JwkxmitI ) 'W treat meal Is invited to come earlier. f /VUERrYTlT ULTRASONIC 1" ........,..........
schools-r. first Pensacola 1980 Clearwater cathOlIc 67 P.K. Yonge 45 )t "S 1 portable electronic i
Catholic, and more recently 1979 Clearwater catholic 5O P.K. Yonge 41 ,...... .:i...II' t,J Plans 'will 'be discussed on promoting : 3 11 .with,one-step. memory correction,. ;
cry at BHS JV,V. koy buJutbaJf II:a jaBHS ,t'f and funding athletic programs __
Clearwater Central 1978 Ctoarwater Catholic 41, P K. Yonge 37 at Bradford School ay 9r .udMsatsai hakw I .tiro.erroreotf I.he..rft. "lit. ? 'Uch *
1977 Pensacola catholic Keystone Hts 45 ..... High that :. ... uf ;
Catholic Only Gainesville .. ..-.. i t. aren't lake of une k.y .
care through school
P.K. Yonge with a cham1976 Pensacola Cat'". 61Clearwater Catn. 23 Ml MIUUas at Hawthorn(S'JO) "' monies. : .: ('re"'r.Vr.imrrm! ) 'ktlrfltirmt' ; '!
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'76 and 77, and won a title In the bigger division in T8. But PC la back hi 2A Jiii'r : .. .; Sale; prhj j ,975.00 .
now, Joining Clearwater CC which claimed 2A titles from 77 to '80, and 82. ; your : M"d e in', ,smllh-Coron.nb..t.' :30.00 !
At the local level things don't figure to get much easier on the Lady Tornadoes U.S.A. Your net! cost: : 845.00 :',

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The'Riverside Uniform Rentals are understandably proud of. ,.' ., ,"."-I." :II.(''('
plant opened their new operation here "This Is the fastest construction ,'; "
In Stark with a flourish last week at ,project all things considered that v \ : :.; :
ribbon cutting cerimonles attended we've ever accomplished as far as ''f. ;\1' .
by local Chamber of Commerce coming in before,a tight-deadline" : .'; ) : ,: ."
members Mid company officials. said Beemlck Construction Company, iL N 1\\ v, -
It was a sure Indication of the high President Elmo B. Busby Jr. "River- ,.,'.1' '.. "
unemployment rates, here and :In side company officials were flexible :.,
other parts of the country that over and our, men pulled off a minor '""
273 people applied for Jobs at the new miracle to finish when they did." wry +
plant before way cut off the applications City officials were just as en- 4 l
at the Chamber of Commerce.The thusiastic. h
$1 million plant was built in "We're just trying to tell you we're ..a M
Starke by the Riverside Manufacturing glad you're here," responded Brad--
Co. which is based in Moultrie ford Commission Chairman Maxie -, A ,
Georgia where it employs over 1,200 Carter Jr.V.n ____ ; -
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have been busily drumming ,up working with small town of- : ,
business in Jacksonville and other r
nearby cities while the building, in Vereen's company divided into
Starke was under construction. four divisions, each with customers :
Starke will be the major distribution on a nationwide basis and also in .A
i point in this region,with orders being Europe.,Rivco, Inc is the Moultrie '
k filled here then trucked by Riverside based parent company which I
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and the local development authority components: including what Civic leaden and Riverside gathered .last week the opening cerimonles at
has really been terrific." must be the largest washer and dryer Ribbon ,Cutting Riverside's new uniform rental distribution plant'In SUrkc. The plant may
The new building. employ up to M workers within two years.
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II j i '1 Expansion h one of many. changes at' the Spa ie JV ( (ng liJI!, .._.. ". I

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"t,' ,, By Mark Frledllll "Son say th e.d tAf lt eker TOW many believe In the JobtbjBjin doiniand
T> BCTStaHWriter more trouble than Its wdjt1l! wey it shows in the Interaction they!
think there is a real ComrdtlAAl, deed with the residents. It may Iound
elf. located in Starke \, ing idling mention it, but l
'The Starke Nursing Home t' WWtii *to even thefts;
//'tr./; on Colley Road. Is fa for some big 't ire* "the trouble It"V.Tyft ua from nursing horn residents by per!
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01 l,' to the dynamic director of the home, with the hospital T / u In larger cities where tlw' staff I. ,
Pat Scanlon, whonce Marbeen In charge 9 r 'fnore cIoIIOly( 'emphaala" to i f1 ae and always chan ing- U* corn .) bl'-|'
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of the facility 1961. i, yi h unheard of here. broadened
;1j The home is planning on adding 79 } .Scanlori stress'8.. "V tool wfhe staff recently thelrj
a4 t new beds In a 21,500sqft. addition to ..of making the IIUfIIIng J10 e tArplac.t visitation hours, something! ScanloirMy !
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.' i Is owned by Raiford's J.D.Griffia. to visit as well. H../.ljV tPusly t'We want to make the facility likes'
i: "This U a tremendous opportunity 't Hunk* he is well on the 'f \ that horns for our residents, he hid.,
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for to expand our of activities $ 't t th' direction. visitation hour :
us scope And that means for.
and to serve more people in "I can think of Iota 01 eaaRW tIe to il- relatives and friends as alike as tioggj.bje .'
;' ,., UM area," Scanlon said Tuesday. ,lustra the changes going ftj' j'X*but to those In a private home.'
"Our eventual goal i is to become a fully one that comes to my mtv; > 1"0 SCanlon said the home will strive to'
equipped convalescent center ,elderly ladles who came KVv'ral local l resource: anti businesses Inner ,
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working In cooperation with the local months 8fo. At lint rHvVJJ | new construction. The COl11ple.t1011 .
hospital. The expansion project will talk leaving, bu Vv &? dates haven't been set as of
.,. put us well on the way In this direction. both want to the tof.vl:! .Chit t because the architects plans are shy yet
." ,go home.That's kind: ofJiVW t.
served State Inspector makes feel g( *' V Vent to.pe. finalized:
&:anion who as a really ,you people deal with us on an honest'
for nursing homes all over the to keep It up ," he
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basis "We
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position at the local home, thinks he and a little service," W w\jV" l'trJeltall want In keep our heir community

f, work has found In. a unique. community to y .here_Is very--good 0l\ -to return for { support.

"I've been all over the state, I've
seen literally hundreds of nursing HELP \WANTEDthe
r homes and I can tell you there is one .
big thing that really sets this community i
apart and that Is the family Bradford Cot t Sheriff's Office is now |Zak-
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attitude toward the elderly here, he
said. "We have as many visitors herein
a week as they do in a month In ins applications* V an Investigator/Deputy
some of the centers in bigger cities. ,
The more I considered that attitude I Sheriff position tyitfcations available at the
and the people here the more I was
convinced that it would be a great I Sheriff's Office H ty<* Bradford ,Bounty Court
place to make something out of this ;
facility." house.Call 964-62AO' Equal Opportunity employer
Scanlon says he Is Impressed with Pat Scanlon
the support his residents receive from VMW
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wants to do is to change the name
f from nursing. home to convalescentcenter. .

I "We want to develope facility that
elderly patients at the local hospital
can come to and recover in for two to
three week periods at a time. This
would be in cooperation with the 11.90/0 :
hospital,not competition. As they Im- Financing
prove their facilities there we want to
improve our standards at the same
time."
Flans for the Home's new addition .
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Include, in addition to the 75 new -.-Ii' -- -,t' =W' '
rooms, a brand new nurse's station, li0e t
new restroom facilities In each room :
in the old building as well as the new, '
and a new dining area and kitchen. r I
"We want to be able to give our r,1"I'
residents a more varied menu in the BUSINESSfe'jN' --
near future and a choice every day of '
what they want," Scanlon said. "Wer Terwilfegar Motors Inc.
also want to modernize the old '
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building as much as possible as the .ffiaWt.'v'V< .: i:
new area goes Into use."

.,. wants Scanlon to be said able the to new handle facility Medicare also and ; :I Ii
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January 6. Fees for classes are also
due today. The SFCC Starke Center
office located In Bradford High School/ all 1982 & 1983 ca & trucks.
will be open today from 8 a.m. until 41 \
p.m.. and from&-7 p.m. I We Have Curtain
Royal Feast'Malerlal
Students may still register for I
SFCC: classes offered in Starke.These I for Chicken 21% 50 Lbs :
classes include: Principles of I
Mathematics to Lit Ic CompIntro Houses at a
to the Old Testament, Principlesof Foo' Our of
Accounting II,General Biology and Good Price Dog ) I $1,500,000 cars trucks, has
Lab, Principles of Phy Science Introto

Sciences the ,Humanities and General, The Psychology.Social! Vet Supplies $ 7 00-- been., depleted due to the huge success '
After this evening a late fee of f 15 will
be charged to tuition fees. Parvo & Rabies of invoice :
Winter Semester will end April 27. our sale. So W ? .are: offering )I


Winn Dixie Reports Your Full For Line, Dogs Vet SuppOss Fertilizer ;.: .' this ll:9: % rate on stock ,AND special "


i pales. Jackllonvllle-Wlnr Increase -Dlxle Stores,I for AH Your Animals for Spring Planting t, orders !; Take' the time ti'''cOjwe'bytruck tid.'f,

Inc. reported sales of$538.616,000 durIng Carnations Finest 101010Discount d.
the four weeks ended December I ,'
15, Pi geonFeed order ANY A I" I,
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for the similar by the Ton : r 'at\ (;, 'a \"
period last year,an increase Wild Bird Feed :-, I i

For the of 7.1X.24 weeks ended December I I Canary Feed 11.9%' lnter"to.st. .rata ''''= ,

15, 1982. the total was $3,176,569.0001 Fish Feed Rsh Food ,," t. t t\h\, t ,:,,tiVi iJ"I1I": ;
Pellets'
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ago an increased T.9X. I
The Company opened 17 new stores I ,
and closed Alligator Creek Ranch Inc. ) 8 ",>OJI ti,51"3B.' I
19 since June 30 1982 baying ,r %I
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Parenting course. offered. by Giiiclappe! I



r 1St j'Ni Clinic helps parents cope with child-raising t\

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ByMarhFrleUInBCT the most, widely wed parent education tlng education Is a growing problems and ''to get in touch"with
Staff Writer program used by professionals in phenomenon, sponsored by hundreds their feelings and their child's and
thecountry: today. of diverse groups and organizationsand to overcome a sense Of guilt and to
Having a child for UM first time can 'We hope this program will be of conducted by thousands of develoP sense" of confidence and.elresf.ee'm.
i be an awesome experience for prop help! both to some of the many young organizations and individuals. .
rT ( ,?j i i pective mothers as well as fathers parents In this area who are looking throughout the country."
and then raising one or mow children forward to that important event and The trend in parenting education Is STEP'was also credited with with
can be Just as challenging. for the parent who have children of a result of many social changes In the improving participants relationshipswith
Suddenly cast into an unfamillalrolq any age," said Clinic SpokesmanClark United States over the past two other people Including husbandsand
as an expectant parent can cause Edward "It can be a time of decades which include changing roles wives,employees and employers.
a total re-evaluation of lifestyle and nervousness' for both parents but I for mothers, a shift away from the Benefits cited for children includedthe
.living habits, which have to be suddenly really think this program can be of autocratic "Father Knows Best" opportunity for children to take
d. adapted to fit the needs of tremendous help to people in this value system to a more democratic more responsibility for their own
young, defenseless baby and then the area." viewpoint and the Increasing mobility behavior a calmer more relaxing environment
f young. but older child in the middle More than one million people of families all of which have forceda in which to develope emotionally
years. throughout the United States re-evaluation of many of the old ,and 1 less spanking and parent
sltor Now first time parents can benefit Canada, and other countries have ways of raising a family. "snooper-vision."
from a unique! new course called participated in STEP discussion The survey showed that very
"Parenting" which Is being offered groups and used the accompanying diverse organizations sponsor STEP "We think the class can encouragea
by the BradfordUnionGuidance Parents Handbook since the groups: schools religious groups freeer more relaxed relationship
{ dink; beginning January 18th at the American Guidance Service of Circle community centers social service between parent and child" Edwards
yi old Bradford County Courthouse Pines Minnesota, introduced the program agencies, mental health centers said. "The things that make up'those
i ntr building on the comer of U.S. 301 and in 1978. hoepitala individuals and state and relationships can be complex, so it
a'F Call Street. STEP encourages mutual respect local government agencies.Of helps tremendously to be able to
+ The fee is $10 per family, which Includes between parent and child increased the 1,300 STEP leaders who share those experiences with other
a concisely written handbook cooperation more effective com responded to the survey 88 percent people and to learn from their, ext
r .. ?t + of advice potential problems, munication, and a more responsible said they received positive feedback periences as well." ,
psychological adjustments and other self-reliant attitude among children from the parents about the program,
r good solid advice for young parents. themselves. only 2 percent reported any negative "Through readings, discussion
The classes will be conducted by Union County schools have recently feedback. posters and audio-cassettes, parents
Elaine Lee, Children's Program sponsored STEP classes at some of The parents who have participatedin learn effective ways of communicating
Counselor at the Clinic who has extensive -, the area's churches and the local STEP groups said they found the with their children.:; Edwards -
experience with the course.' kid's summer program Camp Quiet program beneficial for many reasons. said. "And they have a chanceto
Registration will be required by the Thunder requires parents to attend High on the list was the opportunity It share their concerns with other
day of the first class on January 18. STEP classes to augment lessons provided for them to share eX parents and make some new friends ''I
Parents can register for the classes at learned at cam periences and learn from others. at the same time."
the clinic between the hours of 0 a.m. This community's Interest in Some STEP leaders spoke of net
to 5 p.m. parenting education is part of a na- works of parents which had grown up Interested parents can learn more p
The classes will be based on a program tionwide trend" Edwards com- locally around the program. Others about the class and sign-up< procedures
called Systematic Training for mented. "A recent nationwide survey said that STEP enabled parents to by calling the Bradford i
Effective!: Parenting(STEP).which Is conducted<

Firm proves solar water heaters are. efficient ; I 11


Gainesville-Preliminary results ofa %I collection engineers measured hot pact of other domestic water heating of reducing coincident peaks and "
LHi study conducted by CH2M HILL Indicate water consumption In both quantityand energy conservation measures such should be encouraged," but indicated :
that residential solar water?, energy content and simulated as time clocks size of water heaters that load management of the electric '.
iit heaters with electric back-up conj j solar water heating system performance effects of stand-by loss and pointofuse back-up of solar water heaters may !,
tribute less to peak energy loads of ,i with a computer model to heaters.. only be cost-effective for 'Winter-
: utilities than unconventional electric compare with actual study results. And it suggested load managementof peaking utilities when the use of electric
water. heaters,. .' They also surveyed the state's ten conventional electric water heaters back-up is within the same time
The study involved 22 homes In largest,electric utilities-which provide "appears to be a cost-effective means as the system daily peak. J
A Member of the All State Band... Gainesville-come with new solar power to 90 percent of Florida'sresidential te ilmesias+c-+ -+ acyrad sass.".. k----.,
Donna Langley an nth grader Who water heating systems, some with customers-on solar water.
serve a* first chair clarinetist and ''

tticrtftary I I.< at the Hilton of the Bradford In Jacksonville Middle, along School with Band Florida's will participate all-date Saturday.band.The Jan per. systems-all conventional served electric by the water Gainesville heating heating Almost po all//sties.encouraged residential THE BODY SHOPPE 1 f4 f4FITNESS
Regional Utilities Commission. 'I
(ormance will foUow approximately is hours of Intense rehearsal by Florida's l use of solar water heating systems I f
top 100 band students. t Participating in the research proJect with many offering financial incentives .
with CH2M HILL, an internailonal : major electric '
Donna U be leaving Tharsday along with nine other student musicians from independent
consulting engineering firm,, '., utility companies offer incentives in
Bradford and Keystone Height for the state band contest set for January*8.' Gainesville 'I CENTER
were Regional Utilities the form of rebates and discounts for
Others selected were Faith Robert, f
Tlmmy Aldredge and DJ. Rlddlck
from Bradford High,along with Mark Marian and Engineering Services Group, Inc, ? energy conservation said Belser. SR
Bannon. Rice.Clay Thompson, of Gainesville. Gainesville 21 N. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4585 ,
Regional Utilities, .
Rosie Carey, and Jerry Haien from Keystone.
During the study period, homes however was the only city-owned: Children & Adult 1
with new solar water heating systems utility surveyed with such incentives: 'I .,
used one-third the energy of conven- ,' offering homeowners low interest ((6
Doe Day Starts Jan. 9.A tional electric systems to heat water. percent) loans for energy conserva Ballet Classes I,
The study was one of eight energy tion improvements recommended by
new era In Florida deer without conservation research projects an energy audit. Adult Wed.
management state being detrimental to the 7:30 pm Children Thur. afternoon.|
will begin Sunday January 9. .overall deer population.... authorized and funded by the Florida CU2M HILL'S study report recommended
according to the Game and Fresh "The Commission realizes that. Public Service Commission In' June the state maintain and I Register Now at jj jjTP '
Water Fish Commission. .. deer herds in certain counties may be' inn.The upgrade programs for monitoring the. "
:fThis will mark the ftrab'atahewide'! l ''"'below.the'tatewldewavferage, and in' City of Gainesville also assisted A quality of,.soar.-waterv.heating-- : .:" :. :THE;' BODY SHOPPE FITNESS'CENTER j I
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in .
l limited antlerlew. -- funding the project said Ted t I i I $
deer harvest for .'1thOll'\8f Yror..h\l.l'l \I BeI/Ir.! .. tewma ma nuty! t4n'',r.r.ft! 1.JJIlI!' Ittrnfdti ".'"""-**.*"*"'*, '. ,Vd
ptJivate'Undand-will give the tirnafW : :: 1II"OJoet 'lDa1lllRer" 'from v4(3-4586 '
latidowH**" opportunity fb proper1"manage f ft:'limayjt kdec.r Stafford UICTJ. 1ttJ H2M mus GaiJJeilvUle elriee!, otmenrnitedSsei); trttiilett: % t 1 n'a;.i .,ti "'4 :l'. t ;

an increasing deer herd.. 'This doe-day as It Is commonly During ten-month period of data / electric utilitie should study the im ltlrac,.. -Datsetaeiowelac:>M eyetac xMK:> DC) DXMKcxMO0- <':< V'r I
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?'Most deer herds in the state are referred to will not -
be for Type I or "
close to carrying capacity for the Type II wildlife management areas," = ;-1\ \
available range,"said Steve Stafford, Stafford concluded. IJE ;;; 'm
wildlife biologist for the Commission. The bag limit for January 9 will be
'Th1 Is not to say that every smallPArce1 two deer per person of which only one
of land Is overpopulated with may be antlerless. Some studies have shown that people working .t home put C A L L U 5
deer, said Stafford. "However, For further information contact theCommlsllion' in 20 percent more time than thot working at the office.
limited antlerless deer hunting can be Lake City regional office
conducted in''most counties of the at 1-801>>12-8J05. ...

Phone 964-7701 i


$: dq ding Hunt Totals Increase;: ,", .. ,4; .I:,;, '.,, r:: moo' a START SAVING 3D, 40, 50% OR MORE .

shunt totals at Camp Standing continue to exceed last year's count as more t
ON HEATING COSTS USING GAS
Minters are taking_parti),and firWi-nfl1 more success.iFor S
the week of Dec. 27 through' Jan. 2, Monday through Sunday 10 bucks
vs
were taken along with 9 does on doe permits plus 1 hog, 70 squirrells, and ftquill. f'O .'

.4,523 hunters,up over a 1,000- -,from the.. preylollt\'Week. worked the woods" \ OIL or ELECTRICSAWYER
during that holiday period. :
That brought the totals to date to 28,378; hunters with 288 deer. ,37 hogs, 53: to &
q lail,and 1,023 squirrels killed 1M1" days of hunting. *
If Lat year for 48 days of hunting we had only 208 deer;"Standing's resident tf ....n....". .
wildlife manager Jim Garrison ."We've also had a couple thousand more S m : 9v.*#*
haulers this year. It might be Just land getting harder to find. It's getting >iko
harder and harder to find a place to hunt. And the season's gonna be about 7 3 features just about everconceivable /
d&\lllOl1ger:\ than last year's. .' '<': oV (Thursday.Jan. 8,will be the last day of the hunt season at Blanding. due to ;(A t and style' heater to'meet I WUl HUrtRSI
military activities with the rest of the region open until the 9th. 1
Garrison said the biggest taken through the checkpoints so far was"a real' Qo \ any need. We will assist USIMMDIIUTUS.B uouNUWN ius
nice s-point that went around 130 pounds." He adds"Overall the antlers seem o9 r you in selecting the right OB SPAtE NUtEASiea
to,have a pretty: good size to them. Not as many spikes,as last year." M qGj ,, heating system for heat .
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Closing Rumor is Just That &* Ir ing one, ten or more 1100 a LOU | N MU rHsltinmen

'Garrison said the rumor going around that Blanding will close down for OO v SV rooms FOP ristn ttisi. .

hunting and be converted back to a full-time military base Is only a rumor .-.-." ___.-..- ;'1Pii4Iii :!>.". ,
4'W e are going to be open as far as we know next year,"Garrison said With a 4Iii._._ ., .
chuckle. "It seems like every year the rumor goes around that we'll be closing "'. a
up and I get a lot of phone\calls about it after: the season.But It'.Just a rumor -

again." .

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I .11\ Bradford Rescue Unit Orvin Powers 53, of Jacksonvillewas Lake Geneva Arrest >" Vehicle Strikes Deer. A .*'- 1d Stark'm/M/ ?wile arrested "" The man threw the woman's clothes
charged: with driving while intox- New Years Eve Fracas ,Jan. 1 Near Brookef and charged: !with.attempted from hill truck and began to leave.
I Answers 72 Dec. CallsThe icated and having no valid driver's annul battery of woman,who Is slx- ''"Many cars passed her and refused
license Jan. 1. Donald James Brown,38,who gavea A deer crossing the highway near raontha; pregnant, accartttna to,Clay ; said Dedmon. "She said she
out ol Powers driving a 14 Ford,through Miami address, was arrested New Brooker Jan 1 caused an accident at County Sheriff U.Decry iledtt on. wave to at least 15 people and
Rescue Unit operating Eve in Lake Geneva and charged "6:15 a.m. the woman
answered Improper backing caused an accident Years Marvin Earl Harris was arrested ,nobody stopped. Finally
Bradford County Hospital at N. E.2nd St.and SR-223 in Lawtey., with disorderly Intoxication and Wesley Doming Brewer of Alachua. ,StWiffs Office caught the attention of the driver of a
9' n calls for the month of December received according to Lt. Dwight Kearns. resisting arrest with violence. driving a 1979 Datsun,was westboundon ;;;; by then Bradford turned,County.over w.,Clay: ,: County tractor-trailer; truck who stopped to
calls
light Increase over Bond for the the DWI charge was According to the Clay Count CR-18 when a,deer crossed the where he remains Jn the,county jail help her and may have saved her life,
; during the month of November. $350, bond for NVDL was set at $50. Sheriffs report, a deputy was road from north to south. The right bond. laid officials. They think the suspect
did not require under a$19.000, .
bTweoty i' transporting of the total,calls according to Powers was released on his own ched to a Lake Geneva trailer park to front of the vehicle struck and killed The woman also from Stance, was. 'passed about 400 yards behind the
recognizance. investigate disturbance. the deer. about, the time the
tractor-trailer
It Supervisor of Rescue Cliff Chapman. arrived Brown to the Detsun hitchhiking Dee.,29 Mar the northern
When the deputy Damage was$180 according the
to help woman.
trucker stopped
transported to city limits of Starke on VS-901 when a
62 of the calls were
mobile to B. Williams.Lake .
outside a Trooper A.
seen sitting I
Starke Man ArrestedFor was The driver the woman Jogging -
calls truck gave
with 20
Bradford Hospital up
home.When he was asked to leave the Dedmoo.her woman
Tc said said outfit to put on and helped her
hospitals they
transported to other
I f Sexual Battery premises by the deputy.Brown refus- 1-10 : CecilField retrieve her clothes. Then he drove '
Ten of the calls were to cardiac patients proceeded north to near
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ten calls for trauma patients Robert Elgin Cooper, 87 was arrested ed to leave and 'began to put up a, Butler, ManCharged ,, turned west again and.headed' her to a nearby grocery store where
and eight calls were to patients with and charged with sexual battery fiHe.was restrained by the deputy in AccidentWillie beck toward Macc1eti y. !she phoned the sheriff's office.
h :-respiratory problem Dec. 30. Jailand According to Dedmon the'woman. Dedmon said his office used Information
I .I. One call was a false alarm and 17 Cooper of Starke did unlawfully transported booked to two the Clay County Oliver of Lake'Butler was said they took alot of back roads and obtained from the woman and
.dells" were illness related. One call Juvenile battery upon a female, bonded on out charges.under$793 cited for reckless driving and having wound up in Clay County heading notified Bradford County Sheriff Of-
:was alcohol related and one call was a ,according to Chief Deputy bond Brown and Is to before platt no driver's license In an accident Dec. south on US-301 and CR-218 when he lice which was able to identify the
:Obstetric related. Glen Moore. appear Wilkes. Clay ,31 when his passengers were injured. turned off into the woods. ,suspect.:
Five people were dead when the Bond for the charge is set at$10 000. County Judge WWlam Passengers in the vehicle were "He forced her to undress at knife Harris was released in 1981 from
,rescue unit arrived. Cooper remains in the county jai(. Sol.At picked up by a passing Hospital. point but the woman freed herself, prison after serving a 14yearsentence
One person was transported by LEn A'SDRESS taken to union General ran toward the' highway and began. for sexual sauJt,said Ded
;.Shandscair from the scene. Toyota OverturnsNo SHOP ton Jones,40, was treated and released waving for help" said Dedmon. mon.
I Five addidtional calls were handledby Mark Oliver, 7, was treated for
t :- a back-up unit. InjuriesRobert Bradford Square several broken ribs. Both passengersare
I Bradford citizens are reminded the Meade Worrell of Worthington from Lake Butler.
"number to call for the Resue Unit service Springs was cited for failureto Melrose Man ChargedIn Oliver,driving 1977 Chrysler was) ears tststrj.Issst.IlihsrmssarssMswsfwsnrtsSSdSNew
I : to 9644161.calls are handled by have his vehicle under control In an eastbound on SR-100 when the tread
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,the dispatch at the County Jail. accident Jan. 1 near Lake Butler. Disturbance came off the right rear tire.The vehicle .
Worrell, driving 1980 Toyota,was Allan A. Griffin, 30,of Melrose was crossed the center line, the driver Addition ,
southbound on SR-121 when he ran off charged with disorderly intoxicationJan. overcorrected and the vehicle came Bemodallaa ,
the roadway onto the east shoulder of 1 p.m.Griffin back to the eastbound lane turning '. i.. MtBMUMS WASMIMQ .PAINTING,
the highway. The vehicle came back was arrested at 8:39 p.m. at ,sideways The vehicle then slid to the ', .
Traffic Violations across the roadway and off onto the a Starke residence where he was north shoulder, through the ditch and KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC.
west shoulder and rolled over one anda collided with a tree. '
For Period causing! a disturbance: and wanting to K ,
Holiday CONTRACTOR
REGISTERED BUILDING
\ half times, coming to rest on its fight with everyone, according to r.I Damage to the Chrysler was $3,000'according ;' '", '
Charles L. Baughn, Sr. of Waldo right aide.Damage. Chief Deputy Glen Moore and Deputy to Trooper,D. C. Roberts. y.' '
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was charged with driving with to the Toyota In the I ..m. John D ; Mo..a INSULATIONJim
unlawful alcohol blood level and having accident: was $7,500 according to. Bond wss t at $50. Griffin was Powell '> 440 Lawrence Blvd.'re.id.nt .
,I no valid driver's license Dec. 31. Trooper Calvin Pace. t '
released on his own recognizance. ,, : Ke"ltoae Heta..Fl 32656
i Baughn refused to sign the citations, ; "
r,i according to Trooper B. A. Williams.
stopped one mile south
a Baughn was .
r of Starke on US-301 driving a 19793
Plymouth.Tests showed a .16 alcohol INuiti Miler

blood level for Baughn. ,
Bond for the DWUABL was $350, I
refusal sign$50 and no license$50.
He was released on his own r Jones Convalescent Service Inc. '

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Kendall Brian Baer of Jacksonvillewas Wheel
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m. NonemergencyMedical
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he was stopped two miles south of P215/75014 2.38 '37.88 Transportationfor
Keystone Heights, according to $800
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$350. Baer was released on his own P225/75D15 2.66 '39." Front EndFront {.Ii

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Eddie Lee Williams of St.Augustinewas '
charged with driving while intox- Job ti54 J $9e
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Chrysler when he was stopped at 3:10p.m. 3 c.. T..1ra. ,
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the road and cut In front of TFC turn-
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$350. Thompson was released on his
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was charged with driving while intoxicated Ewa us a .,. ,
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license was suspended Jan. 1. Food Stamps Welcomed: 9648290PARAMOUNT \
Harvey was stopped 1H miles westof Starke NORELCO
Starke on CR-16, according to ,
Trooper B. A. Williams. His blood COFFEEMAKER
alcohol level was .28 percent.
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Plant a tree as a, living investment on, Arbor Day this year!!

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One hundred and eleven years ago 1Y aeeeptabe in the landscape anted Uon can produce the same cooling effect landscape plan. Whether a professional development, first, so as to avoid contlnuaW" .Improperly placed and '
In Nebraska; Arbor Day had Its begin the proper use of trees to frame aa 10 air conditioners running 20 landscape: architect, costly moving and other mistakes. We cared /or.-Why don't you add to the \
ning.On Jan. 4, 1872,Sterling Morion. balance them. It hi rare to'find a hours, causing the air to be aa much nurseryman of homeowner placesthe should rehiember\that trees are a living beauty of i your,community' planting LI
.. a member of the State Board of structure that la self-sufficient as 20 degrees cooler under the trees. tree, it Is best to plan pie overall Investment that increase In value a tree this year.
Agriculture, and later. Governor, Introduced without the proper: use of natural Trees purify water, protect watersheds ... ; I
and secured the adoption of vegetation An environment that Issgood control erosion and conserve -' t
the following resolution: "that for trees may also be said to be toll. Three-fourth: of the nation's :lelephone ex ise tax increases El
Wednesday, the tenth, day of April good for people. water comes from the foisted third of
1872, be especially set apart and consecrated In addition to these esthetic reasons !the country. Trees, cushioning the im-
to tree planting In the stateof for having trees there are also some pact of rainfall on forest floors! The federal excise tax on telephone Any bill rendered by the company throughout) the alcountry.fly
Nebraska and the State Board of very practical ones. Tree may be regulate water flow,to provide vital service Increased to 3 percent from 1 after );4. 31 will be taxed on the Although np after tile

Agriculture hereby name U "Arbor referred to as nature' air conditioners. link tn the earth's water system percent effective Jan. I, 1983, North rate of 3 percent, regardless of the war the tax was relnstituted rang
Day;" They moderate the climate Trees Deduce highway noise. Solid Florida Telephone Company an.- date of the call or the period of ser the Depression. Rates have
;
-' Statewide publicity was given the' by protecting areas from extremes of belts of trees, with shrub row plantings nounced. vice. as high as 2$ percent on long
occasion, and more than a million 'wind, beat'cold, glare and drought may reduce noise up to SO percent The Increase Is the result of legislation An excise tax on telephone service distance calls and IS percent on local
trees were planted on the first Arbor Trees also purify the air. While along'highways and in residential passed by Congress in August. firs service.
'. u''Day. There after, the Arbor Day humans and animals consume oxygen areas. > Most telephone services, Including was imposed by Congress during
tradition spread unto approximately and emit carbon dioxide, growing Real estate people tell us that one of local and long distance calls are World War I aa a "temporary The tax stood at 10 percent for
two-thirds of the states have passed trees convert carbon dioxide into food the beet reasons to plant good trees is subject to the tax. measure,"' the U.S. Independent almost 20 years, but recently it has
0, laws or resolutions providing for the and live of to increase the value and sales. appeal The federal legislation which levies Telephone Association reports. The been declining 1 percent annually. S
observance' of Arbor Day. Thecitizens Trees also cool and humidify the air of our homes.) this tax Increase states that It will be trade group represents the interestsof Although the nation' telephone
of Florida had their first Ar- through transpiration: the process of The landscape architect Is the professional collected for three years-1903. 1984 the nation's 1400 non-Bell System companies collect these taxes, all of
.$,t bor Day celebration in 1886. In 1M&, releasing moiature through leavelland whose Job it la to best select, and 1983. The tax then la scheduled: telephone companies,which serve 36 the revenue Is forwarded to the
the Florida Legislature ado' tad the needles surrounding air.On a and place tree* in our environment. to be eliminated entirely in 1966. million jj phones ,one out of five federal government.
0''third Friday in January ul'1orlda'a) hot day a young tree can transpire Trees should be a part of an overall
".,, "official,-Arbor Day. On January 21, several tons of water: That; .v.ponA'
I why don't you Join In the 96th Arbor .
Day celebration by planting tree? .. .....J i. ,., ......... ,
Trees, not buildings, are the best
measure of civilized landscape. A
sense of time, history and continuity, 1.
are demonstrated In a community In ri 1

which regularly trees planted.survive and .more are .

Those sections of our communities ri
where old trees do survive the bet-

ter residential districts, parks, and
campuses: -are the pride of our towns) t

and cities.These are areas we quickly Y Yt
it point, out to visitors and ,tourists..
,' Cities that are rich in trees have a
character all their own of which the
citizens may be Justly proud.
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ObituariesHarry



Rosenshine

Harry Rosenshine, 102, of Sterke
died Sunday evening, Jan..3.. In Brad
ford Hospital after a long wneu.J. .
Born in Russia on June 12, 1880, Mr.
J. Rosenshine came to this country aa a
young man and was employed aa a
wholesale salesman for a large shoe
manufacture for over 40 years. After
retirement, he and his wife moved to
Starke in 1964 to be near their

daughter Mrs. Mildred Hitchcock, a
1 former nurse with the Bradford

Health Department. tdda1nounong .
Besides his daughter,he is survived Hurt In .
ry'daytaranee .
by three grandchildren and two let a +.
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great S a ,
for veaKliiy., ytUf'1 ,
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3:30: p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, in Crosby 0\\ our / tor' ou and .th0'sa'J' ;
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Lake Cemetery with Rev. James big w same doss to >
,I Tompkins officiating. Jones FuneralHome lest cnanoe edoantag 'O"! :-
I was in charge of ari the t prloe' last takeand I ., .
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'f rangements. is is : In and "" :, :
to dastlcall rr'oretSa Dorn ", "
j Mrs.'Bodle L. Wolfe hnd ucn et ., ,, .
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1 Mrs. Bodie L. Wolfe, who lived In coats.&C"ets ai Cleaance .\ '" : .
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,' Brownlee Rd. near' Raiford, died durinG .'.
Wednesday morning Dec. 29, in St.' IJQ.tOda I. '. ," ',' : '" '
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member eore': 'AJit; .. ,;; I "-. "'" i'/fra ,.Tr { ... ti'rfseateLsJaets + '
was a Baptist I'
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Butler, and was past president of !: .," ;,,r.; "
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Survivors Include, her husband, ,. Snec\a\s" ,. !. '" !

Watson B. Wolfe of Raiford; two ", ,,: ;,.,:,,,1' '/..' .. '
Terry B. Wolfe of San Jose, Calif., .' ,. ,. "
Kenneth L. Wolfe of Gurnee HI.; two '" .. ,-
{Sisters; Lois Hooks'of Barnesville, aW"W"I. ,"'. ;' j :
,Ga. and Mary Skinner of Wetumpka, fii; ., ,.. .. ,' ""r'" '
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Funeral services held : : c"e"f < .
were Sunday, '\ ', '
/Janj, at 2p.m. In the First Baptist ", '" ..f 'j" S '. 'w, ,' ', "r'' .
:Church. of ': "
Raiford with Rev. Hugh
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*Walters officiating; Burial was In Si'.JJfio .' 1" ;,,- lli''" ,.," ,,', '
. .. 0 Sapp Cemetery with the Eastern Star '( \ {'," ., '. /
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,>. ?: :George Richardson y \ /" :' r \ ;. ,
: .r V" George: RlcJiardsonJ .e8, .. eft ,,_ 08 & \\4..t

'", Cleveland,, Ohio died Deci31' ,; "vifiorn attar, an '."" r.. ..'. .., ,".. ,,,.,.' '.. OPS I p ,. ", : "
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y: ,vCleveland for the last 15 years; and 0. .' ., ', \.ad\eS S\t\t\S I Jeans
was a long distance truck driver. "* '". ;' ., 00'\ .
Survivors include his wife, Carolyn.:..:. ,. .
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aWld" Richardson; one daughter :;;:F:;:; '. fashn 'siJeaY [

': Diane Chikoaky [tot Richardson : j" \
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,, Thursday,, Jan. 4, -at 3 p.m. In the .
chapel of Archer Funeral Home I In '. :,
,': Lake Butler with ReV: Sam Richard-, : : ; '
'" ,t' son officiating. Burial will follow In : :/ '
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,:: Sapp? Cemetery under the direction; ': '
; ,,,Archer,Funeral Home of Lake Butler, .

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II' ;!i judge: Crews Returns To Bradford Bench FACTS Theta body which. mike us about, the bona twice body builds as grow man p'lestr ply.childr tog It Mss* get: r patetslere W the see Rfrat"l$ the fled'

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of bodyweight they nee* with to
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than art adult needs! plemetuob M+ $
Jiklae John J. Crews will return to the offices vacated by the coning defendants for prosecution during the Eighty-nut traffic criminal cases .s.__.y..a.- sa U child also Popeye' chewable. vlftnitaupplemeniffton./
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received during December.. One A 'growing .
staff, which Join the offices of Assistant month of December. Two of these were mlnGl'al'
adford County as child require about Jn | of
lid e.. of January 1.according to as State Attorney John'' Jay ConUrek. cases are prison related Felony In ease was dropped by the court or the A. needs| smell supply ".B. WltU me, .r,taluriig the
cial rotation schedule released by Investigator WUeV Clark and formations were filed on 18 cases. state attorney. One dafendent was popular/ ? tfmrtoon t .
s !'h1gf Circuit Judge Benjamin M. sacctBries Mary Sue ToMllnson. and One case was transferred to misdemeanor -sentenced to Jail and seventeen REAITV .Bach .-4>ItICm.ht'h' 7 vie
Pam court. Sixteen case were-' defendants were to plead FLORII.AND :
.entia of the 8th Judicial Circuit.: Dyal.Office allow taminsgt" mgIT' S''
': The circuit court assignments are of the State Attorney finished dropped by the court or state at guilty. There ; non-Jury

t ittective through July 1.Judge Crews the! year 1962 with slightly more cases torney.Threo. trials.. were 964.7700
M. than the previous year. Although not defendants were allowed to Eight new Juvenile cases
i places Circuit: Judge Wayne received and filed 393 N. Temple Ave...'Stark .: '.
petition were on
t Carlisle who served Bradford County a significant: Increase the.cases lotahed plead guilty and five defendants were ...
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wring 1982.Another 444 in 1963 as to 422 cakes handled sentenced to serve time. Four people five cases. Non-Judicial action was Verfll P. Odor Broker OKIJ .

change at the Bradford In 1981, according to Investigator were placed on probation and there approved on five cases. Seven prior D. OJom. Jr. Associate: .64.5476. iv*.
County Courthouse will be the depar- Clark. were two pretrial Interventions. cases were dismissed by the court or
''' of the Director L. M. The court docket la backed up witha Two out of state cases: were handledby state attorney and'ten Juveniles were
,Gains nire whose Zoning offices will be moved to multitude of cases: waiting to be the office. Two defendants were adjudicated delinquent. Six Juveniles .' ; ,
I Starke City Hall this Friday. Assistant dispoBted of, or awaiting a) trial date, extradited and appeals were filed by were placed under HRS supervision.Seven 'HaP**Reef*' '. '. .' 7'ON
i State Attomles Thomas Elwell Mid Clark. four: defendents. juveniles were' allowed to plead TrolUrMeCortege ....Reed .
and Mack Futch along with their The office received 32 new individual There were two jury trials and one guilty. : -One Bedreem .
i will move into case and/or felony non-Jury trial. One juvenile was 'committed (on .17 Hut. Acr .Cka..... .....-e..Ied. HMO par ecm*.. \
i, secetary' Ann Haynes I four counts) to the boys school I. said .I'A Ac. .,,,,,. let-Country Out *._. ""' i I'
Clark. APPROXIMATUV 16 Ac..* In City. FliMuwlnf.

a Three juveniles were referred to a ........... .
diversion program after their "petitions ,131 ACM FARM Pour chicken RJMMM.,....*M, rood. i I
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were filed.Fortyone fiwrtvo Ml -
misdemeanor... were "A ACM t. I'A ACM LOTS Priced t* **.. SMO8 Mr,
fl SUM. Term. SS0B.OS mm. .payment tar '". a*
received in December and lnforma- 11%. .

rT tions were filed on S3 cases. Eight .M Akin With llt-MI: .......... : vl3tJR
prior cases were dismissed and seven .8 ACMSi with 474 M. en US-MI.) : I
Y y defendents were allowed to plead LOT IS- Stock M HlflhrMfl. .._. towed for MM. CLASSIFIEDS >
guilty There were five non-jury OLDER 1-STORY ..... .hi need ol reports. Owner will Coll Today
trials, said Clark. '
M4. mortgage.Ktt ?
+ w GRACIOUS LIVING On* .l Stashes .lanemerfchome ..
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t l li Sol. At CONCRITI HOCK 1 -.-. .2 bath.. Well built 473-2210

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distribution of surplus dairy products to eligible familiesIn two pound of butter went le 83 client of the llomemaker Snakes have an "egg" tooth ,
.a. Bradford County. Program according lathe local office of the Suwannee! which they use to hatch ,

,a In the two day dlntrlbqtlon at Starke "'wtey.llampton River Economic Couacll. which handles the distribution. out of their thells. This e Prescriptions, filled 0 Lenses Duplicated "? '

and Speedvllle 8.730 pounds of cheese were distributed tow No Milk was available this time. tooth falls off shortly after Soft & Hard Contact Lenses Repairs and Adjustments
:: 1.7481IlmUln and 2,912 pounds of butter to 1,4S families. Another distribution may be made later this month. hatching. .
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The Eyewear Specialists .
Huntley FOR RENT .
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SALE FOR SALE HELP PERSONAL Redfearn's Small Trailer \ ,

WANTEDNOW SERVICES Bon Sampson Lake. Access| ." /.,,' ..
SERVICES
LAKE LOY on sand bottomed |ta dock and boot. ." ,

lake in HlllcrMt. S800 DIAMOND In the rough TAKING) APPLICATIONS. 964-6408 I I

down. 1146.44.per month. Handy Man's Special.38R., fat 2.3 bedroom CARPINTIR WORKil LOCATED AT: :. .964-8538 "
Phone 473 40SS or Remodeling work kitchen I 4734340or ,
473-4367 altar 6 overlooking ISath on Swan acre Lake.'lot home plus utilities... $135 Call per 4732879or mo up cabinet, and trim ] : R t 'US 301 8. I Edwards RssdAemss OfEUt ttaa-Frf t-530 I ,

pm.lO/ltfnchg Swimming ace.... 2 mile 473-1078. 12/30 tfnchg carpenter. Reasonable I -' 473-4252 Classed Ad* tram,Csmrnunlty Bank I Sat -1:00
SCAUTIPUl LAKE GINSVA prices. Call 473-2477 after Get Result(
east of Melrose on SR26 S2.0001 fully operated layer .
lots from $3,300
access 19900. Coll75.2123.. In Bradford 5:30 p.m. 10/1tfnchg. .
operation : .
$500 down $71 74 per .
CARMNTRY AND MASONRY
1/6-13 2tcha! County. Write for details
month. Discount on entiretO SWAN LAO UTATtSt Large" and qualification $33,000 'WOeK Building patio*, Repairs Of Major
ocr_.. On. waterfront 2BK.. 1'Bath home; on a year., Chicken Operations addition, remodeling, I Electric Ap tanciiSarvlrrj For Looi* :
lot. Call 4734373 10/1 acre lot with swimming' occe. lit. 2, Box 162.Green home and tile work. Free I Iestimates. Bradford I 2.000 Sq. Ft. Building .. Professional, Optician ol FloridaHunter" :
rinchg ... CHI A. On SR26 2 Cove Springs' FU. 32043.. Phone 473-4473 On US-301 South '"
COMMERCIAL of Lawrence PROPERTY Blvd.oncorner miles east ol Melroe, 1/6 Itchg I IKIYSTONI during day. 1O/I tfnchg Clay CannttasUmrsee .Call964.6020 t ,. .. :

$34.300 Call 4732123. dill ISTATISl IMl. KcyitM ,[" I : '
and SR 100 \
and Flamingo SR.21' int.rection.4separate near .. 1/6-1321<"g.PONTOON Clean 3BR hj>U...Carport,' MISCELLANEOUS. .,, "'"" V'1 %:;t-i !' '" I" 'i-. ""* .
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office complexes BOAT TRAILIS large screen!porch stave, : -- :\ :' iiuo ,
lot with excellent condition. SEARS refrigerator' | utility room, BINOO.t.AMIRICAN --
; corner entrances
sides of top 'loading dlshwaiher. washer/dryer hookup. UGtON HAU.Sr-21. Saturdays Pearce

I ,building. Owner on financed, Call 4734327. 1/6 Itpd. "$270 per month. Security 7 p.m. and Sunday Appliance v ,
with low Interest ,at.. Call deposit $270. Call 2.5 pm. Public Invited. [ Repair
FOR RENT 475-3306. 1/4 Itch"LOSTFOUND .
10/lrfnchg.
473-4920 or 4733411. All Work Guaranteed .
1011 I tlnchg ALCOHOLICS \
197S MOO FORD TRUCKS OFFICI SPACI facing ANONYMOUS Closed All .' .
Brand .
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Long bed. 300 6 cylinder Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto meetings Monday S p.m. IncludingSenrlng Lake (:L1f .: .'
i motor standard transmission. Andrews Drug.. Also' KEY,. found', on desk. In Open meeting' Friday B ((904)) 4S44174Used Realen ) "
New paint |lob several large offices for Monitor newspaper office. p.m. Alanon. Motviay B I
throughout. Excellent condition rent In rear ol building Ring contain 2 GM car p.m. All meeting at [\ \\ :I
S3.493.. Phone facing Flamingo. Call key, post office box key Educational Building' Community I I
J. 473439711/14 tfnchg 47 .3041'' 10/1 rinchgCOMPtSTILV and several other Coll Church 473-279O or
POPUP CAMPERS 1969 VW. FURNISHED 473-2210 13/16 tfn 47S-2I30. 10/1 tfnchg ,+ & er Oeed IW ONI OASStPMO' _
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: Appro. 2.086 mile house on Spring Lake,2SR OVIRIATIRS ANONYMOUS Mb&fle I Homes I For Sales For Rent
Yard Salt
No dues lee In.. :.1i.
Rebuilt engine, new battery A/C $225/mo.200 or weigh .
J HELPWAITED I Pr..wt this .
.. master cylinder care deposit.Call 364.3334 after Open meeting' Tunay's, 2 & 3 Bedrooms I 15 =. end typed. -y. swipes M.N.d.ToloyUp..stitlrf.te7 'I" '. '
i buerotor push rod tubes, 6. tfnchg lOll 7-30 p.m. Community: I .T.e : I
: good condition Inside and LAKE CiNtVA COTTAOI .1BR Church Educational { CIfI' newt occempety paewi. J I
: out. $1.793. firm. ..73.7140. furnished, l8S/Mo; MAodaiENTEUi' Building, Keystone t One full year worronty ;I./_ new o..d N...- 1Y

1 1/6 1Ichg OFFICI SPACI downtown READY experienced for Height. 473-2790 12/16 Completely. .Reconditioned I L Bradford relegraphSf!' ..
; OWNER FINANCSt Nice next to State' Form tfnchg
I SB*.. "1'Bath home In Keystone Center all COSMOTOLOOIST.around] helper ALSO with: liNGO hl'L Club acres John D. Brown I 13S VII. Coil' tit: H4-630S'' II
; Keystone Height '1369 sq. $160/Mo Keystone from school.: Tuasoy.
ft, with added work room. Height Realty. Inc., Phone license.473-2211.Deris' Hair 12/30-1/6 Clinic. Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular Home Center l bblrbbbb3bkkbblbb 3' bb 5b l b S S SS W t31 5 b3 5',1' 5S1tib5U5 /...
7:30 Inc.
See to appreciate. LOW REALTOR 173.4961.,11lBtinchg : p.m. Public Invited.lOVIttnchg. ,
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$'0.000. Call office InJacksonville .
: shop.To apply for position 8R.Z"! 47W'In Keystone Hg .' Family I Air Conditioning )

i 1/6-13 2tchg.i ., '.389.1807. call 473-2140 1/6-l32tcha. '"r ..,.. Fk" HalrD..lgnen' N..., tniial/etlon.'et Oca 'la. i

.: H"Wonted. I ,.pol,.: I.orlance". ,
NIu.1 he.xp.rNsc" d In etlt Lie........ low .at... 'A' &j' ,

.... ............................. lend blow style.: if.6-0704 ,. ., ....ft..1! .
1 Steve Broadway : I Union CountAds ; \ tw-na (Free bnngh.) l:1 j H"' i ik ,
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I j j.. Removal PERSONAL HELP "WANTEDIU.IIVISOII.IIWING FOR SALE LOST/FOUND I -1 1No t. ;
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.OUND-LAKlilDI PAIN Real Estate Isaiah 43/10 .7, 'II" t. ,
,R J Trimming SERVICES TlM.I.ACICSltIOOeI.Wlaco SWIMMING AREAS Aug. t, Dawn payment and 1 ClryAu Jltarltini '
ROOM MIMI be able fa effectively Grapple) prescription: sun. gtoa_. $75 Before me there was naOod/ofm.p) N... S iich .
just these
Free Estimate: $12000. Sans 120 Loader par mo. en I ed neither'shaltthere be / M St.FrUaytSetvniey.
CLOSE OUT Contact Union County ,
ON Alt a.Jteme
imanage 2030production'workers. Ac. MM 'lot. 13X Int.. V.9 '
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$ 2,000. Slasher S3.30O.Farmer "'; ;
FABRICS In stock $3 Time 496-2361 Tf,1II19.
a Ger.rent ,
L I : yrs.$9.000 total price. J I
1 473.4732After yard. Phone 49622I9or factory .xp.rlence *and Deallank, '
Beautifully wooded" Jphn.8:24.
Shand "Howard 4962101.ItcKg
496-3143 deslrhd.t :'steady work Exp*>rlnc. I HN..**t*..rM-
: 1 5 Heights I TFN 10/21 good benellr*.Call....con- 10 Acme" I/IB.With edroom SteptasCesmetW io b.autltlulo.nsplealers high Build ft dry equity.nice area Invest. In I fly. believe not that J amJ;he.' yy", $ .....,.I"PJW. t

;:Keystone YARD o.m, SALT until Saturday 4 p.m.10, l'd.ntlol 904-496-36O1' I ,Interview.Lake Butter 12X50 Mobile home with whit" Mary Key your future today. i shall die in your efnj; I' ;::t.aas.: K

;M.' i.....Licensed...,.........a...Insured.............1 American 1 re"1l'I6." Vegetable! )Coop. Apparel Florida' 'lake 1/6. Cutler' added cleared. room.with 2 6 wooded acres ptlmeotery*..feclol For.;,.sat cent.... WAUAdCAIN 1-414173 u. Pi C. StarkerBedroom-: TIwR.rw.r :: t

,4'I : WILL CARE FOR YOU Ill P Well and septic tank. (eat Otoo Teyler' Reahy..... Realtor "
CHODRSNt In home In- Located on Providence > Chcspma' "
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font and older. Call Jane REALESTATE Hood near Church of Jesus .-..race-i f. ..,.
FOR SALEFIREWOOD
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01431-1743. :Stthg 1/6 1/13 Christ ol Latter Day Saint, :
: 1/20. S39OOO. Phone49373B.- ''1., '"

t.. slack Jack Cell LOOKING 'FOR a .......Iot TFN 12/16. Business OpportunityConvanlanca 'I

:'. 71-4"2 ether S P.M. INSURANCE piece of propertyN 1don't Pill ligmtnm, ENGLISH and IVY Viburnum Large Store) With GasForloas H.. Accept"' ': ppIcears
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'.. 'IS. SI.SO, Norfolk' Island .
MAINIS MSURANd ACIN- USHER
Pines, tap Dollar. Contrary
; CYt 160 S. Lake Ave., lake REALTOR .496-2126 or l r,
Ie"... Mary Garden SR .Need.Store ers .ight. 1.*!. with slreee. J er'
lut.....496-3978 Complete" 496-2903. "YourUtdon merkenng shin*. ._.
:- Yard Service 'Insurance Service. TFN County, Realtor, Hn 463-I36I.121 'hi leOesse.Closed. phone curCepnvl ......, -..-. ..........,
Sundayend
3/26. required ter 5r.eery '-Mrr: One II 'TWD. '
i' Cleening a MowI. FOR ALLY / REAL SSTATINESDSiCaM Monday. 2tchg 12/29 Me geed will" or Irandtl lee*. Hfch. ......... beetles Apartment
$erving Keystone H.... FOR RENT 'iVenera Brawn BLACK I/* TOY _I....... In t ke suffer awl ....... f
POODLES Male '
;' i fMrke arse 496-3032.. Bendy Hoses Cd Collects Fred l"owJIArxt \
j.I '.:: 0l-S7M reasonable.. S week old. :2 ,
496-9994 oves or Oerrl lens 1 1W
TVPIWRmiRS AND ADDING
end 1/2 mile' East of lake Cod I3-I70-3O30 LAKE
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: MACHINES FOR non 496-3I4O.: TUfln andOwen BWTLER ASAOTMfNTSAPARTMENTS
.Butler an 100. Sing 1ft'' 4
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HINT Union County Time .
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I driveway. 2 rod 1/6 1/13. : d1 It
i BS SW 2nd Ave.. Lake Box 7... lake Iu..... FL. MATCHING WASHU AND :f1I1'{ ," ,, 8 lI W "Itb.It: t f MsK

HOME REMODElM a Butler. Phone 494-22OI for, tin chg. DRYMt Ilk. new $3SO. tf I 1. '" ., ,.,, '
; REPAIt of II kinds. llio. more Information.. TFN lit Ret '"0. small -..... ; ep..W... ': t.
10/1. refrigerator. ,(100. douWebed -. -... t ".-......'.. __. t', w : fE .i'
M. addltlus. Free STOCAO4 tPACB FOR RtNTiAaproMimalerf $43. color toM. -j ...... a..... T IE
TV $130 P..1.ere =. ;. .....::::... M--v-' 'tl\t\ "
800 square ; I.W" .
E..lml'I. MOKItE bedroom te WIll -,
t.1 i 473.2117 feet, for additional, Infor.motion .. HOMtM queen washer $ 50. dmnetse suite$' 25. J,f.t. :, ,'-- '1!"dry '; .. .. .
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: John :I.Vltt! iJWSHiC ) ; '. .
Mains BuIId.n.I 1" .
I coil 496-2361. TFN. $73. ...... 'lovs.eot end .'\" -.. .... 'a..
;: S BBOROOM MOSttl NOMIt : 6 in". chair $273. solid. wood IWpi ,.t'.SC. IilaRti1} IItOFIt ISFarmpRS '.'',"\ ,"I., .'.. .- '.
1x 12X60,' Call 496-3TO. TFN .. .. ,' : ,; .\- .
160.00( I dr s .. nlghnitasiatend __.:..L. /, ,
ectrlca LI-I41Mydg _.t thew 'kr.' .
't/a. headboard .S173,. 8 .
; New ,Installations .r 200 1 A'M- piece sloppy |Joe s.t $200., II m 11Io st rte o.ILL M, ..of i.se OtvI' ; ", ae,).' ..._..., l "

<: repairs' l.p.I..e.d.. 250.00C.ill small Ireecer $93. ....... 'f- ..""'ao"'I .. ::. .RMrtl/ MIeR '
L........... Low Itot... Classified Ads with" 2 end table. 17$.Baby -"'-'- II........ _"...... AffgiMsMe49314i, ( ,
l4$764Fr. inhmc4b8 bed S3S. 1 hWe-o-bed -,-. ;? ............. ...- .., :
l \ Get Result $100 ..w. ...... -
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( _Estlmof.e. ) ; Prevktonce 735-2397. I Idle' i ( "f'' .... -, '
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t Ii.WANTED: ;; SERVICESBILL'S SERV8CESWANTtODmNKP, t ,\ J

*fWW!;? SVMAINSe, S-V. OALV ROOPINGtt,, USED ALUMINUM i Pt/I tuft .' \ : vJ $A ,MANOR MOBIL! It I

VM i.e.b.ijI"tNI2, Call .6..13. : 7..7. 241<36';; 25 cants each.'Used IW'U'.YIIAUSHOPLI.. SAW SHOPi Complete HOM' PARK, Mobil. trulllJ'par"REALTY!
St.. t a.m. to &:!30 p.m.. 8'S.409'.03t1V7.62 10'.99" In Scholarship available for
printing newspaper. VOUMMMWfSl>'r homo cmdlpOC.'for rent,
; ia'-..J6. ..W.; ,unlicensed persons. IRA sharpening service, circular THAFS
Great for
YdN + -m.-r rnpnufachjre! ;" Jacksonvta.! \ )| minor, repairol 'Faulkner.Realfy./ 96S-S06S. "hand carbide;' WANT TO STOP? Recreational vehicles
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.' CavntyJ welcome.: Phone 468-2912.
Coll toll free ... ...9fer 10/28 tfn chain mower blade hallow, THAn iIUIItt.
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goJ 1'.n4JI.i'Q. !1to 51r6 -IIOO-s.ncn.:! : 8126 ifd' >O-OPtOP-IN 8AltOAI.t. NIIDIDf Cerlllled Preschool ground' and balanced.leov Alcoholic AiwoysMMi* 9/16 tin j
ACM LOT St ltd:1*W MOHL1 HOMES FOR RKNTlOn
jJONt : ',_.... ,and docar. of Jackson Building 964 41 SB 94$434
'i.t1!: Cltj"" "" ...., i Mkhoel. GllhoaIy. subdlvlUM -' HOUSES 90| South.' / mile from Starko city *& VA.
'''l'\s < ,...67AO. W* bay.:and seli, .' ."."dOht. Both Supply In Starke, Kaytson 9614194 ...
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Fae*. hard rood. limits' CI. Hwy 16 E. P35QJJE SG4-7778 H
should : JJ 11/2513
AtT ...eta of 6, Well ooatlc tank Sailing:' used ,.furniture end! appliances. call for 'appoint' .Height* or Lako Butler. tp4 Call 468.13Z1.10/01 tfn. ,
I 6 ttgoy.trt aX413 ,';} S7SOO; Will take, .",,"Rla, 8/13 tfm"RCONDITBONED moot, ,..-,232. to. apply. !Inpfon. ."Nch '!;?- I WILL DO HOUSIWOKK' ,ln KITCHINffFFICIINCVRoom / TERILLLEBARS': 205 N. Temple' Starke '
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|!' 96A-5606. Ip/OX TWi Color 12/30 tfn.IUMRLYWOMBN ,,SIWINO'i\; MACHINISIIPAIRiDi your home. .Ironing 'and for'rent at .low' ,
: PtiNI St. 1I.1tpd )r ,,s ACMES located 1oc"lag State' starting of $100.00, : to live. In' All 'makescleaned. cleaning -etc. 'Meavonabl. weakly' rates. Call Temple
IW.SAfi lO till S. tntorapVdlihe *"t lid. 227. Brooker Rd. Trade-In'_Ieo",.. Phono'' and cars for _1.1lId .! ,,oiled :and ;ad,' rate,.Call ,"'3-A456, ask. Morel 944-7357. 9/16
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.... bed Iromot. SI4Soa with terms, 954.0212,6/11 tfn, ,i women. Room and board. |utadj;! $15.'' ,' Work1. for'.''.Margie.. .'12atpd, ,,,:/IOW/tln COME HOME TO FLORIDA
*,,.hoby,clot; ;>es and ; 64-S60o.. 10/07 tfn- CORD OF OAK WOOD $75. Small 'salary: 964-7460.* ,guaranteed.. ,James V06' "- '. CLEAN MOftljJ HOMIS for W* are prowl, to offer these. beautiful ant .R!-

lot*'"o(other ,........ BohlrtdTocklo .'HIOMIY nrntiziDr Argon-1 Call 533-2776.: 12/23 tfn 12/30 Jtchg 1/06 Strickland, corner Morgan : .....t. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto elusive properties. lo VOU-th.discriminating :
Box 341 N. tin* Bahta Hay. J.M. Bdwards. SWEET fOTATOB $8.00, CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income '
Temple *
Rd and !Hwy 16. TFNchg'CHAIN prison. Fall 468-1323. *"' :
A.... 1/oltpd. 964-S379.. 12/09. bu...... Jerry-WMteheod. potential. All. occupations. LINK FINCIt Install FOR RENT 10/07 Ifn.ttoUIIKllPlHO. Th. good life overlooking. golf fairway Energy off K

FOOT JAMIU' Joouary i, 7. 4tpd 106FIREWOOD FOE SALES Oak 944-""7. 12/302tpd 1/06 talk For 741-9789 Information ed. Fro..lIma....Handy and sleepIng dent Horn Beautiful fully equipped sunny kl ch.n{
9 'to 515 f.Jocfcaon.kt.1tp ((312)) fet. .
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.n 11'.11I. 4-ONK ;BUMtOOM UMFUft" ,TV and Air. 1V
> or PInL,44'.length 24" to 2120. 12/30 2tpd 1/06 Man' .Fence Co., 'owner, room nock bar family room with stone fireplace. Ony
> l/Oo- s. 4l" price 1/2 cord S30, Coastal OOVIRNMINt JOBS Immedlote Tommy Reddish. "" -8559. NISHIO APARTMINTSa''I:2SI65 Underwood ;Wotol 3 miles .. old. Also custom drapes. 2.ear enclosed. garagej ;
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'(I' l' if scrap firewood( oak oc Bermuda Hay tfnpd 982J'fPIWlmlR : per month. Call north of Starke on W/D. Delightful and useful large greenhouse which N I

Mol itorcycU pine S10 truckl"" Sun- and'openings1ov.rseo. domestic RIPAIRt Coif 964-au4l1tchcj1/6: Highway 30)) 9/16 tin heated and cooled.. Crow your own fruits and/ ;

.shin" *.Acres, Wast 16 Coll. Good Duality, lerge, 20.000 to $90,000 plus a' the Office Shop, '110 W. RENT.ANEW' 'BALDWIN vegetables. toil of all) Owner llnoncod.. Imagivom.nltl.s ") j
989 YAMMA.258.Ass d.sF.d1 I t964.7tatwW/ toad for you1 kale. $ .71 per bale.. PIANO for child.!;only STARKIi .3 Bit, I BA homo. .
year. Call 11-312-931-7093, Call St.,Stark, for details' your for gracious living. |
dl"only 2.SOO Mies. between 9:30: a.m. to 2:30. M.L. S..... refrigerator, carport .
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small,
Mon-Frl. 12/16 .. ,.....2729A. 964-S764.-rfn' $22.50/mo.? plus * } ;
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$630. Call Janice before S p.m. 9646222MOBILE washer/dryer hook.
HAY FOR SAlf t Lora* roll.. GLASS, CUT TO ORDSRt moving' charge.All rent Far a precious low-Your hoar will.boot foster*yoU I
9644O97. 1/6 ItchgWANTED $215 First 'last
p.m. Argentina Bahla and Lui Doors, '-window, etc. end moving applies 10 purchase. up. per' mo. view Hampton lako from this lovely, custom brick ;

Coastal Burmuda mixed HELP WANTED JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Parramor Music security. 468-1909.' 12/30 homo with 112' an the lake by tW. 3 BR/3 BA, j

,425 a S30 per roll..J.M. id-, "" -6071. Order also Oak Mall. Galnevlll. 2tpd 1,06 boautllul drapes all oppllanco, 'attractive dock j
.Q ward Jr./'Edwards Rd., HOMESFOR Application* are now token In Lake Butler 378-3626: 11/11 tfn 1' M UNFURNISHED home. manicured lawn, posed drlvaway and walks. 2carenclose. .

AMIS TltCSi'3 oxl.s. '4- 4, 961-7376.,12/16 4tpd...1/6 SALE' being taken for Fla. 496-3079' and KeystoneNeights.173.4973.226 TWO 1 BEDROOM houses on First and last months rent goro,.. Owner financing. Oriented to role. I <

"...... w. pick...... SIOO: DMESSISi S3, $6 B absolutely 17: .'-.:.pocket-.ect. Times Union Paper tfn Johnson lake. 1 at $200 plus mo.security 473-3246.deposit 12/30$200 atlas and hospitality. |
You oolivor.. 25. Olin. 'boob: radio'. and brand route in Starke, Hampton ,FAMILY HAIR0151GNERS .month and 1 al $153 per * **"' .
Mobile fwnw Sol..< .. Hwy. new coffee maker. 639 N. '11>170. :3 bedroom, 2 bath area Phone month. One 2 bedroom ONI 3tchg 1/13 Colonial chorm Truly Southern Living .. Its ultimate :

100 W Starko. M4-SoOa. Church. 964-7709. .12/30 axpanda livlngroam, 864-8165. Monday thru 144 W. Call St. trailer at Rldgowood BIDROOM furnished b.... Improtilvo brick on 1.7 ,acres In prestigious ,

1I'cho 2tchal i 1/06 .fireplace and central air.; Friday. 9:am S pM. 944-7303 Estates, $200 month. First apartment. Call 964-5276 Country Club .r... Auumabla molt.... of$$40,000
rVAtiTiO TO BUY 'BILVM .CHICKIN FCRTUIZMi 7Vkmlkm \ Must see many*xtras.. Must .)save 'dependabletrID.portanon .' Open. last month'rant' $90 403 N. Walnut 1/6 Itpd 1'/0 ". Double fireplace (I* ft F.) enclosed. 2-car 1
COINS ,164 and 'eMMvSterllnfl *outh?ol, Stork* on $8,000.4734302.,l1/6"4tcha" telephone 'T.W.aP. t 9 til StSO deposit. 473-2578. 12/16 2 BEDROOM furnished garage, fenced back yard. Perfect bland of nature and ;

gold or gold filled.,tJ. ..Rd. ,,100 we load '/27 Thur. '. 1l AM till 'Mlot. tin apartment, Inquire ,at ,
'E. BuTllngton 964-6250; Clovarsattle'.* Poultry. 12x6 mobile "hom.:2': and able. to poet HOMI OVtHLOOK- Tackle Box. 1'/6 Itpd usury ;
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11/11 ffnWANTED' '. ,1/13 Farm,',479-4508. 1/6 2tpd bedroom: 1 .bath central (Cash bond. INC lAke OENCVAl 3 BR. FURNISHED 2 bedroom -Th* perfect ,.ntl._'. mini estate-Spacious, Itrleli"ho..276O "
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TO RENT' I' QUEEN Mil MATTttSJi and' .heot/ 'completely: ,,fur, Not. Always! Nac..ry 1 >/>, Both on canal apartment. ..t/olr condition. so,. ft. tot en 5 acres (mar ocreagi'evallable (
Downstair ,
.torae.Bit and opaHment stove) and box springs ,clean 'and i, nlthed' very goad condition. 1/7 tin'CUSTOMtWARM' overlooking Lake Geneva. 113DUPIIX.Call 964-6201. 1/6 ). fireplace largo screened back porch with .

Nice middle ,firm $80..phono 964-9923.: located a*Shady Oak' ,WANTED SMVICUl $200 par month Call 2tchg bar-b. -que pit. burgular alarm. Intercom wI.'....,

refrlg.l01Iy. 9641800. Itpd 1/6 cooed. ,. 1/6 Itpd :oJ V Trails Court .off'of .301,' Ucmdty f 8ullde"d." ...land clearing '37..1..... day or 176-4766 GEIGER RDi 2 BR, Motor ....."... A..um. Mi.500 mtg. on home; OOC._
Pit UKHJSH BUUSt fall)I'cut, Asking' S7.40O,?: nag: plowing i disking, grass evening. 12/23 If. CA/CH, unfurnished.. $225 mtg. on land. On the promliot-trallor hook-up well. '
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,all shots, each 'mo. 1st months rant
50. 468-24O9. V6 atcho 1/13 '' truck IN. COUNTRY Thr. plus '
964-5029. 1/ lIe. .. '' L' NuW_, plonllrtgH spreader $225 deposit. Day ....7153- optic and elec.
WANTED TO $LYSe. .6-YtAJt-OU Bucksln'Mara.' 64-8431 J' .service. ,!fertilize, lime, bedroom" lanced In with * *
CARS, after S. 964.7592.6
I ._.Ott '. with .month old colt, ...d, dolomite. Call ownyard.. $225 par mo. 1/13 2tpd Doiillng law for .baautllul peeple-901, an papular

Bebaat'Stew. : .I SSOO, FRE;; TRUCKS .,.-. ,Homr i Hart 496-2093. Romodaled./ On trailerlot. MOWH HOMli, 2 bedroomon Klngiloy toko. Immaculata, brick duplex which could
..FW. Pas. .! f.me.la' sh.ph.rd. HOMES, .11/11 tin, Call after S, 964-6369. ...lIy bo mode Into homo with 1600 so,. M. plus
1 964-7725' 1 1/6 Itpd, im TOYOTA. LW1aS; .pd'. WADFORD SEPTIC SIRVICIi Itpd 1/6' Grlffls loop no pets, screened porch. Sod furniture Included. Tranquil livIng

FOR ALI or MNT 2 BR. t radio.. ......r. CB radio FOR SALE Residential' pump-ouJ, ONe IFMCIINCY first. ,fast'months.. or tax thaltor.

ba homo !'In'town of. sliding rear window whit ", ,'...*''01.0 relay drainline. ROOMi$99.0D par- week, 964.8816. 1/6 ,tpd * *
Lawt/., partially furnished. tires, excellent eon.dlllon. FOR HINT) :IStudlo Apt.,
spoke A4-Af91 "'III tfn plus $55 security deposit 558,600'with
4 M. :J BATH HOMIs Don, .ltu.tle. brick sophistication-Selling price
S200 month S100Sacurlty last
LOSTFOUNDIEWARD. a plus Low highway mil*, first of $210, 1st. month rant,
deposit. Soiling workshop carport !Pecan Available January $26,000.sum. mtg. at 5 '/" X. Owner will take
$3900. Jacksonville, plus cleaning deposit no
Price 9.000.1/61/chg: tr.... garden 'area. 3200 Sq. Ft. 964-5430.1rchg 1/06 back second mtg. Croat privacy In Five Oaks near
.. utilities Call
964-7347
lost small boaffla. Boret OAS STOVE with 879-,1' $4.SOO. 964.5610. 12/30 .War.hous.1.go6q IN HAMPTON Unfurnished' 933-2197. Country Club' 9 II. 2 BA. Fireplace In family roam.
In vicinity; of/ US-MI N. ToKtoood (Overhaad oven $40..' coil tin, 2tpd1/06 house, $150 mo.. flr.tandIaat..Forlnormatlan 1/6 tfnClassified Nicely tandwapod.
nr'TRtn YOU CAN BUY '
In ear. 6396 Calf 782- 117 or 783-3949 after ts 6U N. CHURCH New refrla. ,'it. "off Ice or retail call . . .
the Ads "
.' 964-7912.10/21 tfr. S p..... 1/6 2tchg f/13 US HIPS Government FOR $44.through? Gt the and stove Brand new rug are*. L......*deck.:'100 ft. .".73-A ,

Ie FOOT COACHMAN5332e37vTmld fCcJ', tadayL.m! oil throughout house, f"\. 3I) Nqrth > '.;- ;:;.o'rlrt.3Q.2t;. .; .. .. ,.1.GO11..'."--. .'.- .'J..ae.tResul:; .,. 'K "' Owner has to sacrifice at SW.OOO aetum.mtg. 30 ,.tl i
.,'" ur"bJ'Enf_ 11((112.14112'w" xt:"'609. 964-7799T.,12./30tehg, I/0 .,....."' _"" ->f,S I.OCXt at. "'/ ". Pristine condition.homo '0.. .,' ( .c

... OPPORTUNmesUINES5 't. ,. 12/23: OW 2/03 .; 1, "" ,... '1": ". ........-.. _. J" ., .. \! "' ':'" : : "i. ., 'f,."J ,'' AM. r. .'r 1? .. Waodlawn feature fireplace, complete, kitchen, 3 SH. tj. !
.,. .ONI 10-TON Keel Feed Bin. 1974. CHIVY.,, STATION \q. i % ." (. ; 2 "". screened patio, nice lot, brick, paved drlvaway. 1..., 'f i
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FOR Ha 'new' bottarA, .5400. WAOONt cylinder Gainesville Sun y: $4 ,1\: I" : Sparkling a Nawl ,iI' ,
SAiBlSucceuful '9 '.1036.. 1/6 Itch / ATTENTION t
g 2-door.AlrcondlllonlhOICIIt.Autqmatlc' : SNOWBIRDS * *
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clothing store with : fMJMMUUIA'' HAY '
COASTAL tranmlalon .Route'Car jt$ .A sound Investment on Cypress St.-ldoal family CB
minimum Investment.Meal .Good quality for** bat,**, and radio. Run good oncfgtMt .Do you wont te save money ... let rent t
homo for the goad life, Four badroanu, two batht.fireplace .
for and wife. ,. MONLI HOME PARK
man M.l. Cc SPACES
Will train, Reply to P."O.: nor 9p62ft,s1,* Ifn. 964-7509.mileage.12/30' tfn$900. Calf, Needed for 'meter'hem; **., trnveJ. trailers.. and Sttt wheel. two wall landscaped. loll. Make tlm. for an

Drawer' ?Stork, Florida 0 { '1978 HONDA ATC 70. $329or trailer. (any.......), old,, timer for true Southern Living.
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32091. For W..., *
best offer.473.2332.1/6: .sswage. garbego pick-up mall boxes, grosscutting
::ttpd StarkeLawteynaifordAreas hid!, In lew. monthly" rote. : Chorm-lovaly tatting, shade froet, nice lawn In a
Classified Ads! (IfTf PINTO stotktnwngoh, a :: Elec nmter end Phono aorvlce available far each great location on Bo..ent lid. 3 8R. 2 BA CH/A with

Get Results, .. _.':' speed, very clean,oood'< S2.SOO condition ,,, Must .nevi reliable; car and past c..h bond.;'fill out' lot.: Cell" 1.165.2912BRADFORD Only carport.S44.700.Separate Financing, covered available.muftl-purpose building.

application at G.Ine.vltSuni. / :' ,,408' South, 'WalnutSsr.ef ,
"" .8350. 1/6 Itpd ; * *
1MII FOKO F-1Wi 4'wheel' -) tttjiiii pffjntfljj iri1 :Plecldwk."." 1 **. *It ;:jg U, '. T -"'" -... There's a gentle way of living here In lake Butler U

j, S mo TILTt drive' loaded'., ossum.., ;'964-8170 :incogs ;t378-14U' beat location. Brick homo on two .lowly acres. Pretty
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( 1s..n.rel.i iev+ro/Home/ : payment' call ,evoninasr. lawn, flowers product I vo ,ord.n. 3-car carport A ,

964.7285, 1/6 Itpd ;, _,,JJHPS. J/ LIME ROCK SALES touch of class for SM.600 with $20,000 down.Owner
/; areawn. c.us:TRUCKS;under r abl '. LA,, ........,Crushed llmerack. financing. 1 1W
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gov't- sates. 'In your''ar.a.' i* I ; leSeptta Tank DrelnfMd. R..eft- ; You don't have to be a millionaire to live Ilk. ono-"

.. 'Call : (r.funiablt) ". .,.hon.712-$172 millionaires comforts for 110000. SR. 3 BA (masts'
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\ 'o ';... Monday through aturday: 111I'd5') with 3car garago on Little Lake Santo Hi'
dlredorlr.lir.khgwtpspurchos...J4 l IT/6$hll\g\" ,, t.. x 4.., FuH Board &"'Care j AUIN I.TAVOR cottage with, roughed In .bathroom.. Burgularalarm

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." ... ;j'\QfOw..IOtIfOrI.: by-*(, room for gracious living. and entertaining with snack

7 rrMnrXoadw*., '," ; ,aa Construction Co. ,.bov/attroctlva kitchen, separate dining' room sunlit

w + Coll after Sp.rri: ;, 1 31' :. "Years Eperenc $ ':ri\, 1r( -496-Za33.Doug living roam. 3 BR 2 BA. Energy officiant brick with
I ''.944-8427/V i 4 t'! enclosed ....g.. Loss than 2 years old an over an
i ,, Building Contractor' ( acre of land at Country Club I.t....' ...."'...opproM,
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''GetResuUs'HEATING Slwp &Ll Compara!! x..P.sa' 'T.s01ari" scat"t.l.< )..--'- Vlllo....._ Rd. Experience. tha |oy of living to thefullest

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!with solid Investment for the future 535,000.nuts. .:
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legwork for our employees)and saves dependable employment. I caJI't> say 1:.
nkea ,a t lsl More.... P'lantw us time." was aupr1sed at the number of .p*,#
Although only six people are on the plicanti i who' applied for Jobs, the way.i,;
:from page I, Job In the new plant right now, the the economy is but it shows we need to',,,
k f combination In the county.The dryer company plans to have up to soon the continue to attract these
iJ within the next two .medium sized Industries to expand
a huge Industrial model,U capable payroll years providing
400 pounds of wet added boost to the local ''our employment opportunities.. this\;
sopping
r drying uniforms In just under IS minutes.A economy,according to local develop- area. This la an important first step 1 :.
S large network of unique mobile ment authority officials. wish we had a dozen just like Rivers
Clothes hangars, moving on a maze of Bradford Chamber Executive side." ,
_. tracks suspended from the 'ceiling Secretary Bill Wilson was totally The Developmental Authority has
: i i a' r ti,'. transports the uniforms toand from positive when asked for a reaction to been working on the protect for more
s the different locations in the plant. A the new plant. i' than a year now and Wilson says this
: J setup with thousands of moving parts, "We always look: for clean In- 'latest success just makes the job
(he system glides smoothly and vir- dustries like this to come into the area sexier '
tually quietly on Its tracks, which and provide jobs for our people here," "If other companies see the successof
completey cover the Inside of the fac- Wilson said. "But the thing we're 1m.pressed the Riverside/ expansion here. ,, and
with most Is the solid the availablity of a good local work-
This Is a well-designed system longstanding reputation for goonbusmess force, I think they may be emptied to
that greatly improves the efficiencyof and community/ involvementthat consider us as a good location for expansion -
our operation" said Plant the Riverside company brings as well.
Manager Dale Halloway, who is here. They are very well thought of in "If you could have seen the look: on
beading the Starke plant for Riverside the business community: at large and some of those who had to be turned
"The system cuts down on the are known for providing .stable, away, you can understand the Importance -

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Wilton Is a same used to describe
woven carpet'made on'a Wilton
jj ,r. loom,This equipment was named
for a town in England. Wilton
looms are most often used to '
manufacture patterns and multi
w level textures.
$ ay,,, Woven carpets interlace stay.
face and backing yarns. The
141i Wilton loom employs a'pattern-
making mechanism,operating 011" "..
.fiemott flicks the plant's new generator on, sending power surging,. through the the, same ,principle aa 'player
,HiMS to activate the various systems In the new plant. piano f rolls, with punched pattern
cards 'determining
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height,and color selections. '
ayh We leave the making of carpetto
the manufacturers. They know
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thie fy BINGOEVERY their business and we know ours.
.r i Our business is filling your carpet

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SATURDAY MIGHT at low prices.Teal .

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stand beside the Industrial size washing machine In the new
Riverside employees Sonny Stafford and Ernest Stowers plant which Is located on Edwards Road. EARLY'J BIRD SPECIALS 7:30 PM & Carpet I

131 N. Cherry St.

Either Sex Deer Hunting Day Set Jan. 9 t' Kingsley Lake, Civic' Center Starke 964-7423 Florida

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Hunters throughout Florida are hunt and sportsmen are asked to con- antlerless deer program 'that deals j
allowed to harvest "either sex" deer suit management area regulations for with landowners who own or lease in L ""
throughout most of the state on details. excess of 150 acres," Egbert said. He .
January 9. The daily bag limit for the deer(not explained that the special one-day
The hunt will * private.lands within the state exceptfor more than one of which may. be an landholdings without requiring a per LAKE CHEVROLET OLDS
the area of the Everglades southof antlerleas deer or doe: mit. He cautioned that sportsmenmust !
the Tamiami Trail (U.S. Highway "The statewide antlerless deer day obtain a'landowner's permission :
41) lying east of the Everglades- is planned primarily for people who before going bunting. :
tional Park. Hunters using land other do not have access to antlerless deer The either-sex deer day is scheduled 'Sup.r 5 ads.
than their own should seek prior per- permits either because; they have January a as that is. the end of the
mission from the property owner. small landholdings or cannot for white-tailed deer season in the
State wildlife management areas some reason hunt where such permitsare Everglades, Central, South and northeast '
are closed to the "either sex" deer available," said Dr.Allan E bert,. Regions! of the. state.
day in the Everglades, Central South assistant director of the Division of :
and Northeast Regions. In the Nor- Wildlife of the Game and Fresh Water Blocker Hunt New 1982 Chevette. Diesel Couptjf ;
theast Region, a limited number of Fish Commission. if'" ,
,management areas, will feature the "The Commission already has an' Club.
I ... ;jf I 765800 List Price
News of interest to the members of ,
Blockers Hunt Club,' just north of '
Starke ,Family Planning Clinic Lawtey. reports these kills to date: _: ,;'652S00 Your Price I
Andy Norman-Spike, killed opening

Tubal Ugation( (Tubes tied) .morning.Carl Norman-S point.killed Tues-: fc t*,: M13O00 v "

& Vasectomies day. Nov. 14. 'Your r'
Donnie Wise-3 point, Nov: 23. Savings '
No Hospital stay necessary .. No Abortions performed., Donnie Wise-Spike, Dec. 24. '
Randy Wheeler-8 point. ,. '
9644500 Tommy Wise-Spike. f .
I ,I Donald Panic''.Mosley- point.

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473-2879 '475-1078 ( < g;, 610 Your Savings Chevette 4, .Doer, .

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Now I've got to get to work move these homes.,,.. ; kLAKE'
Just Look at these..... QUALITY USED CARS: .
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