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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 20, 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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A line-up change among vocational'' staffing chart will be. presented the k

administrator proposed by Supt.. school board in March,.and moved to 'r
.., Tom Casey baa been tabled until .a leave the vocational administrative
"5 special school meeting set MODclay line-up as It is until that time. But her "
.Jan. 24, boar motion received no second from the Ken Platt. DuPont
,, four board members present. Chairman Georgia-Pacific attorney\Vade Hopping mining
plant manager ir irjcI :
Primary reason ;for the special Rodney Hall was out of town on j :
meeting Is to open bids on re-roofing, National Guard duty. i
Bradford Middle School and Phase S "I want to comply with the law," '.. '
of Bradford High. The board wants to said board member J.T. Fairish. r :
get the re-roofing done before school 'They've called: our hand on this I I I''f '
1 starts next fall.If bids come in low think," Supt. Casey said pointing out U liii
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f! 'enough tor both projects to be afforded. f 1.2 million In vocational funds come
i Into the district every year.
Board member Judy Becker: said -I

'" aha wants a decision in writing on rr I"r. t r i
whether not a full time county vocational irk

"They've called -. director, .is required ,by the, _
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-i: our hand on Mrs.'Spengler asked for- O *by'.

job description, as he holds It now, to
this/I I think." be know.sent" to Carey Ferrell "110 he will

DOE has not questioned the district
; '" '. .-i-Supt,'Tom Casey, before on the lack of a fulltime vocational ,

''' director,Supt.Casey said,"but
,they...questioning It now." .
The board has Indicated It may consider In a Doc. 33: letter Joe E.. Mills .
borrowing to complete the re- .director, Dtvlson of Vocational
roofing, If it has to. Education wrote Supt Casey citing ;
Decision on the vocational administrative Section 331.3505 Florida Statues, '=
realignment was added which addresses the employment: of
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,;1o Monday's agenda after Board directors of vocational education In1
Member Patricia Spengler oueitlon- school districts and community. ,
ed if it is necessary, as Supt Casey leges aa follows I
; suggested Casey'was asked to con-1 'Each school district and' com=' "
., firml/els recommendation with state 'munity college with-department f
j Department of Education officials by designated by as an .y '

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order. to earn these funds, shall Hill, Lake Dwellers' Assoc.president '
: .Maie"Ted' bglesby) the frlltlme ,employ an Individual who is certified
I I county' director of vocational education. .by the Department of Education aadirector
I .' reach of vocational education to ad
g1esbytow, wears two bata
half time director of vocational. minister a districtwide or community *
I education and director of the Area Vo:' college program In vocational educA- Mini1t.J rdinnce
Tech.Center. tion. The position shall be on the staff : ..
of the superintendent of schools or
Name David' Smith director of community college president and 'A
area vo-tech center Smith now'Is shall be at a level requiring Involvement
assistant director of the vo-tech In the planning and implementation I

I I I center education and. ., coordinator of community. further After cl9OCaUonallJl'Oll'.m.wrote quoting: the state law.."Mills Disputed Issues to be Ironed Out by CommitteeWith i

R! Name Henry Greene coordinator "It is Intended that appropriate
of community education. Greene is communications and working relationships Monday 'night's first mining ordinance removed to a depth of several feet. Hopping said mils should not be issued prior to state and'federal
I currently one of two occupational will'be established and workshop County way,a six-man commit this would be impossible to do and would prohibit permits. _
I specialist at the yo-tech center. maintained to assure effective service tee appointed by Commission Chairman mining peat per se. Zoning Director L. M. Gaines Voicing no opinion or position on the pl'Olland cons
I by the Division of Vocational Lawrence Mosley will tackle the task of working also called the "restoration" clause unreasonable. of mining peat K. B. Platt manager of the DuPont
.Cut the occupational specialist Education to your agency. Please out a compromise between proposed drafts submit- The alternate favored by Hopping and Gaines was plants that have been mining iTmenite on Trail
j' .positions from two to one provide for me the name and official ted by attorneys for Georgia-Pacific! Corporationand "reclamation" of the mined area which they interpreted Ridge east of Starke since 1949. termed the Lake
title of the staff penon designated by the Santa Fa Lake Dweller's Association. as converting it to other uses including Dwellers' proposed ordinance "cumbersome" and
The moves would'cost some 12,200 you as the appropriately certified Individual Although Georgia-Pacific's plan to mine peat in 'agricultural: forestry, lakes, wetlands, or wildlife said he hoped the county would not adopt any ordinance .
,to$2,500moreLCaaeyaaldwhea board, assigned as the. administrator the gjifracre Santa Fe Swamp was the match that habitat" that would require duplication of existing
i member J.T Fairish asked becauseone involved In planning and lit the fire under a ten-year effort to obtain mining Hopping ako' objected to. the Lake Dwellers'! state and federal mining permit requirements. To It
7V4-hour per day person would be implementing vocational programs. regulations for Ute county, an ordinance is sought definition of "adverse effects" as too broad. In- do so would needlessly delay and penalize the efforts -
'shifted to an elght-hour day.: Please notify this office of any future that will apply to all. types of mini In Bradford cluding "secondary and cumulative" effects as of "good miners, Platt said. '
I It would give the county a fuDUme. personnel changes relative to this County, Including future mining of well as direct impacts.' ". don't know of any When questioned concerning 'completion of
..j director of vocational education as Is position."' phosphate on large tracts owned or leased by Kerr- phosphate mine that could meet this ordinance, andI studies for'Georgia-Pacific's DRI. Hopping said '
'i I. required by..'elate. law, Casey contends. -. After bearing Supt. Casey read McGee and other phosphate Interests In the western doubt that any sand or gravel business could that mining the swamp appears to be "a long way )
,' Mills' letter,board member J.T. Par. part, of the county. either,"Hopping laid. "Let's be honest." he added. down the road,'! due to present economic conditions
'II Supt.: Casey Mid he'd talked Monday nab said "The)' will cut the funds Hangups were surprisingly few in the documents "If you want to prohibit peat mining do It and get it ,the easing in the fuel oil market and other con- ,
il morning,'Jan. 17, to Carey Fer- ,off!' 'iMrs. submitted by attorneys Wade Hopping for Georgia- over with." ditions. For the long run however, Hopping said ,
ren of the state Department of Educa: Spengler replied. "Ttteywlfsanity Pacific, and Richard Haminn for the Lake In defending the Lake Dwellers' position, that Florida Power Light Co. and other.heavy
tion.Ferrell promised to try to get aa us If the funds are cut": Dwellers, but the disputed Issues presented sticky, Hamann said that rather than merely duplicating users of energy including Georgia-Pacific "see a .
( Immediate opinion from the general Parrish retorted, Umm hmm.l,, problems not to be easily resolved by,.the trouble- state and federal regulations, a county ordinance fuel problem In the future." I
counsel of the DOE. Board member and the same day' they'll.law. e shooting committee.At should govern possible adverse constitute t The Tallahassee attorney said G-P was preparing 0
Spengler said she'd also talked: with funds.want to ." one point Hopping accused the Lake Dwellers removal thatmight not otherwise for an administrative hearing some time this spring J .
Carey Ferrell and his contention to The four member present Mrs. ,of hatching "a scheme to prohibit peat mln1.,.'' by, grounds for permit denials by state and federal appeal DER's"intent to deny" the company s application
bet wa* that the halftime position for Becker Mrs. Spongier' Vice-, Insisting on,"restoration''. of-the mined-out land agencies. for permits for a pilot peat-mining project I
: the vocational director to allowed Chairman J.R. (Jim) Lawson, and rather than "reclaiming" it. Restoration was Interpreted Zoning Director Games questioned Georgia- in Putnam County's Cow Bay. Georgia-Pacific had I
under'current state law and.DOE: Parrish,, all voted for Parrlah'a motion by s meaning to put theswamp Pacific's proposal that the county: Issue Its permits hoped to obtain information! from the proposed pilot ;
to table the issue Hopping "up front' for the first period of i
rules, until,.Monday' back Into pre.mining state after It had five-year mining. Ordinance. i'
". Mrs Y Spengler pointed, out anew night. been' stripped. of all trees. and vegetation, and peat- Gaines said later that in his opinion county per- (see Mining ... P.IZAf '

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i I. Council ,M 8tDetermjnet: Length. of. Issue for Bond Program .I I


A special meeting of the CItY the Commission alt Injury. after luting'' an automobile 1.I as possible. -but- "we are mining two been told by fiscal"agent Bill Johnsonof regularly scheduled--
will ba called, before next, I II meeting.
radiator, and who DeCWe "
Boboy Bigon. was the St.P tersburg firm of Fischer
regular meeting on February t,to set thrown from a honenable to at- .-("' el It I is a little bit crania mater i Johnson, Allen, Burke that the bond City Clerk Neil Tucker previewedtwo
the
pett
Ume the
length on proposed bond I
tri Issue for atarka Urn,Jan. U rwgaiar. meeting. to the responsibility firm expects to go to market to sell plans for the upcoming bond
A Mwr and electric ,- Due to the Imaortaaca cube luuetend ( on three people. It is more matter of the bonds In late January.! For' the Issue one would require nine percent \I
: meeting called ,tile commiMlon Wt..,all, members ojriaian or philosophy";{ as to what the 1 sale the bonding agent needs to know Interest for a 15-year bond Issue and
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pedal was due ,ahoIIkI be present.. tBne length of the bond should said the of the '
to the absence-of eomarfMloiMrs length issue Brown said. one would require nine and onefourthpercent l
!: Charles Schaefer Attorney Terry .Browiv'said: the; Hattor Sucox.'j : The matter could be delayed a week I interest for a 20 year bond
: L ; bospitaiiud with '.Issue needed to be dealt with.as soon. :; Xhorney Terry Brown .MId he'd Brown said,, tot.:not, until the next issue
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I .I > CDUIIn! Ae vacteii$ id ......... An ordinance1 amending allowing select art.., N.w !
that the ordinancehas rooms
; "j: 'z.tat.O j.Ae nib. Isle p.a.Y .act .WiM.ra.... carports, storage swlmmtna
i A'preup a students''yocing A :momle home and detatcbed single passed we will make a survey of pools and other structures that are,
} t "T", Camp IIcmdlng family dwellings to exist In the same' areas where consider'mobile
AN LNION PBSY N and oldd r.wv.1Ift oW fM"ftol, 'we : usually Incldentat' a reaidential
:, Y/JINI, ........-.-' onMa.. "* .t"'"" 'mcxWlcJ *Let a" area was passed'Jan. It by Starker homes wetM be an asset We will then building. Structures of Uaia kind cannot -
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;0,1".... j\ J" ,, o i wife hat exceed 500 square feet. ,
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: Tha amending ArticleVI Things .
'* 'Htousond .1 ; ordinance as schools.. .
? <" wwreallonal -
J: Black. lW.:1 ywv of ,reads,In\1!I residential. :'dwelling" aaM. L.M. "
: day rainc regulation* buildings. churches, radio
;U" : : Gaines, director of and
.1' ;';'" ", i' ,'<.,...., '., '"' ,- ." a MM. thairSedtotSct whh* wilt beoMaasd building.Sie. zoning towers and HTenarsea will. ba .-.

\ ,t 2dSakndaY 'ryi'ryiYet ':J. '' /.. ..,.. ... ;... 1., ,, \ : by this ordinance"1* intend-. family, detatchad dweiUaga-,- milled by special. exception. .
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i 4ll.. *'! Ce.rraA_: tthir r t.' ". ford'Student vaf unsure at krW-: \ Tiw: .i-... '...from "... a awaacMriiad by a mlrtunt" of housing 'dtnanc are all:&pemttHad Tlia' leasing uses or'reutiM under this or of.rooms. t t theM storage are prohibited.araaa In Stor.eonnecHoa wttIa (
f ... Hoaojita4 mGMO.. daffaranc 'v to r anae doMSnatel by
,;' '".... taOtMlts' iri is \ -- 'holier.t ,bent;' ,|tn; 'Stoke. ,,, i iufcnd lioaala.to wMaa mobile i ., so'long as the number of; i Industrial nIMIetI ,..s.
.. I In the I Itvaa of HM... .see. \ tenants la aaeh room does rust exceed :oIl'uI dI. matenWs not
........'I.'. 1 k. Itebgiand **HBJ ** ,tmprc vs ,Ihashoualng .
.-. r "' \ ti nt... L"f/tte' ... .N ., two, Is alee permitted. with .1IU -a1hi ee ctn t..
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I School Board Kills Contract ChangeA ao



administrative with the state Department of Educa!: thereafter unless Just cause ha* been
change making given and due process, has been
tion.
three
renewable
contracts every
year was killed in a 2-1 vote carried Had Chairman Hall been .present followed. .
of the
by acting Chair nJ.R. "tdlmLawson's Mends}SMghttf mcHort J>?i'boardjamnfibflirf "A written assessment and performance
patrlm" Spongier seconiSftdby of the duties responsibilities

Jan.oppm 17.I"'t.! '. ... ?a Fcrjn*teKJut&,Beckerfjm-; ; of all administrative and
night .. doubUrijy w the change would' ave offered with View<3ialmattLawson in' the each year with a copy of the assessment
aTho iMp to be placed In the personnel file
to*new administrators chair,failed *
protection
more since_' t"would hav % rule change proposal" whichT and a copy to"be provided to the administrator 1 r I
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< or supervisor. The essen
nu'ace.'mae.1datory. 'failed; -
made three-ywf%e rearr
be for such assessment. improvement
Current board procedure supervisor or principal shall tat reason
the superintendent the option of prop certified and shall receive a I for each member the
gives inSuch staff It is the desire of the board that
giving administrators one, two. or written, contract as specified
weakness in personnel shall be
statutes. any
Chapter
contracts.
three-year School Board' ,Chairman. RodneyHall contract hall be for an Initial periodnot corrected subsequent to such assess

has been pushing the change to exceed three years subject to ment.
saying goes no further than slat annual renewal. After the first three "Personnel shall be aided by their

employee contracts Hall had wot years the contract will be renewed Immediate supervisor." in improvingtheir
ding of the rule change checked out; each subsequent three years performa' low



1 Brooker Council Keeps Franchise Fee ,

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A 3-2 vote of the Brooker.City Council $68 bill will pay a total of$4.08 more ed from Clay Electric last year, Y .,I
determined, that 'a four' percent beginning with the February billing. If the total electric bill of BnxAer; I
Electric franchise fee reduced The Public Service Commission citizens remains the same now that! "i< IJ
from Clay six percent.will be'ciarged to which regulates the rate structure ofthe the rate has been decreased to four'percent \\ "I
Brooker residents beginning with the Clay Electric Cooperation,recently Brooker will receive approximately *
billing. ruled that all franchise fees that $8,100, which will be paid by, '
February are paid to cities must be charged the citizens of Brooker, instead of being 20 Earn 'StralJ .1t.A's at Lawtey Elementary... .
An average electric bill In Brookerwill back to the people of those same divided among all Clay Electric Second Chad Coyle Michael Becker, BrMgett"
go up $2.72 per month, based on cities. Previously the charges, for customers. The 20 students earning 1 tralaht-A'i at Lawtitv Kim row- Mark Scott, Cynthia Cox,Stephanie r
an average Brooker bill of $68, these fees were divided equally Elementary for'the Second eeks ending Nov.23 are .Holder. ROil .,
because of the franchise tax. Clay among all Clay Electric customers. Council members pointed out that ((1-0:1 Cos. 1JtBhon .UckI'- \
Electric is also charging a two per- The franchise fee was previously taxes In Brooker have not been raised First row Melissa Clreral, Mandy Box.Bradley Ball. Third row- Hampton Kim '.Umjfa.JS, LaSllaun',' a i
cent rate increase effective ,In calculated at six percent of the total in about four years and that the Misti Padgett, Rochelle Prev.tt, Erin. Wilkinson, Misty Becker, Karen Hardee, I.
February which wilt cost Itscustomers electric bill of the people of Brooker. revenue would be placed in a general Crawford. Butler. J I

1.38 based on an average This amounted to approximatelybill fund and used for the benefit of """"' .---...-,. IB_ .LI
$68. A Brooker resident with a (8,300 in revenue mat urooKer recetvBrooker citizens. I


I Buddy: Lewis, Named 1982 ,Starke Shriner-of-the- Year ,Geophysical company Seismograph Ser'

Elmer E. "Buddy" Lewis has been They have three daughters Mrs. have a man of this caliber. one of received two awards from Morocco is '
named Starke Shrine Club's 1983 Wanda Jackson.Mrs. Kay Chitty and their members. Temple. They received the Best vice Corporation Tulsa;,. Okla., Plan-
Public Relations Award and the Best
Shrlner-of-the-Year. Mrs. Catherine Lee. They also have New Officer
His selection was announced at the five grandchildren. Lewis and his An election of officers for 1983 has Shrine Club in Zone 3. Awards like oil and In Bradford :
club's annual Christmas Dinner- wife reside on Weldon Street in Starke been announced by the Starke Shrine these have previously gone to much 1 ning an, gas survey
and he has been employed by Clay Club. New officers are: larger clubS. such aa Ocala Shrine
Dance on Friday night,Dec. 17,at the the
Starke Woman's Club. Electric for 32 years. Richard D.Cunningham,president.William Club or Augustine Club.This Is the County., This survey will employ
Dr. R. S. Mulllns, president of the Noble Lewis has led his Shrine ClubIn Q. Cruce,. lit vice-, first time that the Starke Club or any '
tickets. for their annual president. small club such as their's have won data. It wMbe
Starke Shrine Club, when announcingthe selling vibrosis system of collecting
selection of Lewis stated that Chicken dinner and in other fund- Charles D. Thornton, 2nd vice-, such an award.
Lewis had participated In all fundraising raising activities. He has also participated president. '
J events and had been active in their annual Paper Sale Robert S. Mullins, secretary. Last year, the club gave Morocco' performed on 'County Roads C-229, ,
all club activities. Noble Lewis was and was elected Pit Boss of the Starke Marvin G. Brown, treasurer. Temple In excess of $20.000 to aid In S
elected to receive this honor by Surreys In 1982. He is known These new officers will be installed the medical treatment of burned and C-225 & Sampson- Trestle Road. .
members of the Starke Shrine Club. throughout Morocco Temple as one of Saturday, Feb. S, at the Civic crippled children.This money Is raised .
Lewis, who was born and raised in the hardest working Nobles ever to Auditorium In Jacksonville by newly through various fund-raising
don fez. His throughout elected Illustrious Potentate, JesseM. events during the year such as their
Bradford County and educated In the a reputation
local school system Is married to the Morocco Temple is one to be admired. Keene. chicken dinner and parade which Is This will be a surface work survey performed
former Margaret Dyal of Hampton The Starke Shrine Club Is proud to The Starke Shrine Glut: recently held i In the spring of each year
I "r, during January'' and February

Servicemei .. map00 glop me 0 a oft le .. .- ,

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and traditions.Pvt. ,relations.In through the Community College of th '
George Holiday III Promoted Thornton Is a 1962 graduate of addition, airmen who completebasic Air Force. I'

Bradford High School. training earn credits toward an' ?Airman Fralick Is a 1982 graduatiof ,t ... .. .. .. .. .,, .. ... .. ,- ,
associate degree in,applied science, Bradford High School. ', --, ".".,- .. _-" H' ,_ =._n.' ...- -. .'..1'1'.. ..'..'.. --...-._':.." ..-...-". .. . .
,To Airman First Class
Airman Roy Fralick _U .

George Holiday, III, son of George Graduates Basic Training 4
Holiday of Starke and Bernice
Henderson of Tallahassee has been Airman Roy E. Fralick son of Roy; ,
r promoted in the U S.Air Force to the. .\\, J. and Nicks I. Fralick of Lawtey,has}).'.,- -"
rank of airman first class "\ 'II" s graduated frtnUlAir Force basic tn>tn

Holiday" an admiaJ.O=AIItJoG..,. Ing .atLacklaiid. AIr' Force Baa,,"' 1711 9S V .
specialist at Patrick Air Force Base Texas. tlt
with Headquarters, Air Force During the six weeks of training the
i Technical Center. airman studied the Air Force mission -
j Airman Holiday is a 1980 graduateof organization and customs and ,
Bradford High School. received special training in human

i! Army Pvt. Thornton ,

i Completes Training THE BRADFORD
COUNTY TELEGRAPH \

Army Pvt. Gregory C. Thornton .Published every Thursday
I son of Charles D. and June F. Thorn' at 135 W. Cal Street t
ton of Starke, has completed basic: Starke Florida 32091 Pall
.. training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. y Ait ..eerUd

the training, studentsreceived Second dm postage paid it d 1 t, sSib
instruction In drill and r---
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I Disputed .Speedville Zoning: Change _

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Considered by BC Zoniiik'Board it

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1 A public hearing la scheduled Feb.7 number one priority. Courtnay was since no one lives on It, will no longer 4
at 10 a.m. on the recoiling of 391 acres assured by: Commissioner Maxie tx used. There is no deed of record "
along both sides oC Speedville Road, Carter Jr., chairman at the Monday conveying the road to the county, soothe t
between 6R41 and CR-21B from morning session,that the board is Justas (0-foot right of way will simply
single family residential (BS"to anxious as he to get the road pav- revert to former owners. Only.claim '
RSF-MH of mobile ed, the county wculd have to the road ,
homes.and tingle family residences.: would be by maintaining 'It, said Harb ,
::The change: would allow mobile Named a committee of Commissioners < ..
homes to the area. Mobile home are Lawrence Mosley and E.L.
prohibited' under the current RSF-1 (Nook Norman to hold hearings on a .Asked Hardy .to proceed with
toning classification. gun permit request by Robert John advertising for the sale of a former
Initiated last Nor. 30"by Zoning Shaw. Chairman Carter said he'd borrow pit off Pleasant Grove Church d L :
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Director L.M. Gaines the ,name Mosley and Norman since Commissioners Road,Cn-233..The adjoining property '
opposed Dec. :as before ellaswal Homer Hart and E.W. owner will probably bid higher ak -
Board by Sarah K. Wood Hodges had served on.a previous gun because the land will have more value''to lt Y ttIF
the late George p. Wood, owner of alarge permit committee.: bun, commissioners\ think, ? 1 ,A e
tract of land Indian
[:Lake wan of Speedville bordering Road. Mr*. Instructed Road Foreman Leon .Instructed attorney} Hardy to draw _
Ellington to Hampton officials up an ordinance amendment to increase -
=Wood said she ha plans for developing .,
t the tract to which mobile homes on their problem of rotten tree the application fee for'a gun, 1, '
=[would be a detriment.Developer Jack limbs over now county road 18 which permit from $23 to$250. Opposing the
!Courtney, who also.owna property runs through the town. The county motion Commissioner Lawrence
=along Speedville Road, favored the had received a letter from Hampton Mosley said the gun permit issue is I
;change, saying mobile homes .arecommon attorney Mary Marshall about the one toe county will have to face at ',f,
( In the area. Zoning Director problem. some point. Couldn't the county ordinance -
jL.M. Gaines contends the change will be done away with and go by/
[fulfil a need for affordable housing In .Appointed Commissioner ,E.W. the- state law, asked Commissioner
Ithe. area.. Hodges to serve on a.committee, Homer Hart, Without Its own .
| The property, lying south and east under sponsorship of the North Central guidelines the county would lose a
Florida Regional Planning Council court case by default.Attorney Hardy
jof Indian Lake (formerly known as ..,
Grlner Lake), including most of the to replace the now defunct committee said. --
'SpeedvUIe settlement west of which formerly acted under '
; Speed-
:vale Road and a narrow strip about the dead federal Comprehensive .Agreed to sign a resolution making 11 Earn Straight-A's at Brooker Elementary... .

JIH miles long on the east side of the Employment Training Act. The new Bradford County. a part of the area ; The 11 students who earned straight-A's at Brooker First row- Mandy Garrard, Shondee Lewis.. Amy
unit from .
; road.I committee U supposed to replace the served by the Red Cross
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Elementary the second six-weeks which ended( ov. Crews. .
I The county toning board agreed to ,former CETA committee. The board Jacksonville. The resolution 23 I-r
are ): Second Christina Eric Mason Stephen
row. Bath ,
letter from the Jax Red Cross unit to \
acted a request, by authorizes
:hold a public hearing on the proposed upon
McLeod, Larissa Scott, Josh Crawford.
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NCFRPC Director Charles Justice. solicit funds In this county, said at \;
change from RSF1 (single family ..
'to < Third row Ginger Adams, Kevin Snow, Robert,Gray j' ,
'lltl Hardy.
residential to RSFMH (single family ) "
'residential,'allowing mobile homes). Reappointed county employee ; ,
{{Both. classifications require JO.OOO Jerry Thompson to represent Brad- Was told by Zoning Director L.M.: ,t
-square feet. The county commissionupheld ford County on the District. 3 Mental. Gaines that his office will be moved
[ the toning board proposal for Health Board. Friday,Jan.7 to the Starke city hall.', Creator B.thUh.m ChurchTo L.

.a public bearing at Its Jan. 3 meeting. 'The move will' make space availableIn C.l.brat. AnniversaryGreater .
f;:Gaines: says his office is requesting" Instructed attorney Dudley Hardyto the upstairs of the courthouse and Elder Ronald Lawrence I ,1
.the change In reaming since the mix proceed with deeding the Lawtey will save both the city and county Bethlehem Freewill Bap-
'of single family Correctional 'Institution five more tome money. The Joint city-county. tist Church will celebrate their 35th will be at Union Primitive Baptist Church on
mobile keeping acres of land in a former borrow pit toning office will be In the south end ;
homes will be more in anniversary beginning Thursday
with the housing needs of the area near the institution. of the city hall on Thompson Street.,i/ night, and extending through Satur- Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 28, 29'& 30. 1

day night with closing at 3 p.m. on
;tin other Jan. 3 action, the county Renounced any claim to the ,Discussed moving" the state parole;\ Sunday.The '
4otnmiesion: Woodlawn ,Church Road just off board employees from upstairs in the/ celebration'will be In three10year
Crawford Road and west of Lawteyr courthouse: to the downstairs storage parts, from '48-58-68-78.. ,,
ig Told Jack Courtnay at Its Monday and Instructed Road .Foreman Ellington ,room as soon as the files in the Everyone is invited to attend and
:Jan. 3,' meeting that the paving ofSpeedville to fill the ditches and place ,storage room can be moved to, the' help us celebrate. ,
Road_ ia the board's barriers so l the 'road, unnecessary .new ,county storage building.; .1 I

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i By Elisabeth Terry J. spent a week with,;Mr.,and..Mrs.. Mrs. Bill Wilson,Jr.: returned from\ Mrs. Lila Henry'of Starke spent .. M tAMCNW 'I'I.i
,i FhMMlSMSMACTIVITIES- Earl Troxell. a i visit. with her brother-in-law an4,W;. Sunday'afternoon with Mr.. and Mrs.
George Warren of Gainesville spent sister Col. and Mrs. Jim Dougherty Lonnie Teston. 'COUNTY
the weekend with his. parents.Mr.: and .family of Denver Colorado. 'rand Mrs. John Bloom of Japan plans to, :., .a..o
:K'Grace United Methodist Church has Mrs. George Roller. While there they went skiing and et-'. .' return to the states soon and will visit
Changed the date of their covered dish Mrs. Evelyn Henry of Starke and' j Joyed It Immensely. her brother-in-law and sister.Col.and
dinner to Sunday Feb. 8 at 6 p.m. her sister Mrs. ,Doris Harrison of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton"Prevatt had' Mrs. Jim Dougherty and family next .i
:.Everyone-is welcome.. Plan now to'me. Jacksonville visited their aunt Mrs. their home remodeled on the outside. week in Denver, Co. Later, she will
O. J, Anders.Sunday afternoon, ,.Jan. Mrs. Sarah Balllnger bought a new visit her parents''Col.! and Mrs. soh
PERSONALS" : 9, trailer which will be delivered next William Wilson, Sr. for two.weeks. .iI.
Pastor and ,Mrs. David Brown .Mrs. Sarah RMnedress and Mrs. week and put behind her grandparents -, r,
visited their sister, Mrs. Ava Eberlyof Mabel Harris of Maxvtlle were Satur- Mr. and,Mrs. Earl Prevail."., Faren Carter,. Miss -Julie Gnffls I.f I
Lancaster Pa. and their four other their and: ; <;\' I.
day dinner guests of uncle borne. >; i- : .
reJatJ,, ... tlgag J4'4 HUintrMtvanq Mrs. HaroldrEunicfl.' ,- Friends-ef Mrs. Flasi.'Rosier ares; !din-ner.gue5ts.of.Mr.alnd
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,.11. I'b +t ....' Robert. Rosier'of'aekMavu'fe i. "J happy'to,learn that &be was able.UK >U r .' : ; ,. i f,
was :-:.'" ,..&&M,"1I'.pd.JId.X-o: QIiir'l'\-.ray IIttesriID nA.U '_'.'NoI1I;Thursday.' .Our,prayers are-stllr !Sihidayatnner guests of their-son andughterInIawf
Beckon. of Jacksonville was om- Donald and Randall Reddish of with her. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy -
speaker Sunday morning,'Jan. 9 and Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boyetto' of1' .1? Starling and family of Glen St.
Brother Charles Starling was ourspeaker Revels and sons, DeWitt and Brett Jacksonville: were Sunday dinner .Mary, Fla. .
Sunday night,Jan*,.We vaJoyed were Tuesday supper guests of t their guests of their brother-in-law and' 1,<+ Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts spent the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTO i'
bearing them all. grandparents,Mr. ami Mrs. Las MeClellan sister Col. and Mrs William Wilson,,, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mert
Mrs. Lu Gehringer Audubon. 14. ,' Ste ;Walter of New c Port Richey.sr <<: PURCHASE BORROW PIT ACREAGE
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Florida Power and Light hasV: of these areas.the.work. on the lines but there may be redactions in power RRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD acreage for use as borrow pit sites in its 16-county Second District. Needed -
of five (5):
1 Hwy 18 W. ft Walden! 984-6971 sites should be classified as vacant and be a minimum
rescheduled work on power lines to Is completed. or outages during these times.Customers .
the mirth and west of Starke for Jan. Starke itself may not be affectedsince east and !south of Starke Pastor George Watson'and acres. Additionally! ,the site should also have access to a public road. 1

,25->>.CIuII tq unfavorable weather con-' ,it has its own generation unit, will not be affected,, -. The Congregation Invite You to .
are indicated as shaded circles on the accompanying
ditions.* ., Come and Worship With UstwKiy Desired site areas
-TMttark. which according to the Ie........ . . . .10AMNmMf map and persons interested in selling acreage for borrow pit sites within .
comt / will double the available two different WmMs... .. . . .\. .11 AMEmofstsle. these general areas should contact the following Maintenance Engineer: ....
short '
volta Bfwas scheduled for last,week ... ... . . .7 PM Mr. W. Broadhurst. Jr. ; ,
and islBpostponed; due_to freexingweatlfer. : ........,WssNp.7:30... : .PM ,1805 N.E. 23rd Avenue I
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Po< nr outages are scheduled at the. t Gainesville, FL 32601
folio ngtinMfl,.weather I ((904) 372-6321
on J CflMrtoi **> 1:30 .mting-t H&R Block can .

powe wOi.Miuff't north of, Morgan ---- _
RoadVutd n*(W entire Lawtey area.
Frt t I a.nftto noon the power will ,SI
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Mor| n Road. This, will Include CotoMl'.OrlglMlH
custo en along Morgan Road. From e I 9-PIECE .clp..or C lrICriipy I
1 a. ta 4 p.tt. the power will be off 'Two different short forma and new deduce I ;.TI ChlckwtLinm .
for aw*customers'along or served ttonsj'make short form.filing more compuV THRIFT BO'X one coupon per
from R-IS south of HeUbron. cated this year.Our prsparers know the new I .cu.Good only I
'On Jane 28 from I a.m. to noon the ,tax laws and forms. Weave studied them for! I lor rcmlxnition' ,rate. '
power will be off for all customers) months., I. dirt.. ordwt Customer .
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,: ; ***:', etUTORtALS. ..... j, ,-.k. ape Chewing Gtnd! Peanut Boiling! : J

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f: 'I IJaitie8 Were Social Events 4b ::' h\r

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I Social I event In Starte today may: fie a TheY Yed iintU .rlY .
1' Mining Ordinance Differences obit more sophisticated they were half tooIc.their departure. and d ; ;r
CMiturjr! or more ago.\ but its doubtful if people aU IOI of pocIlu t, :. (' t

-'. f 'I. ,. they are a*_Much genuutefun atb"cam: .good wife. Jf/

A workshop meeting Monday: night, on' have no expertise in'the field of mining' puDi.pr chewings.; "sod'"peanut''ea\!t:bolHugr pipping",," Of'.'windy: that ., "A'few accidents occurrett Mr. W.W: A . .'1//
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B..adford.County'a proposed mining ordinance will need some input and/or guidance earlier and morel Innocent age,, v *. ,ttackett+ ma'over a pine tree about half a : 1< ,

ended,with the pro-miners and from a qualified source'in drawing up. .. .' nil from-n...brie his buggy, Lot aU t J -'If
anti-miners still disagreement on the final draft of comprehensive&tin>, :JHi 1913 Th> rl..*r.ptf; octal! icaKimn..' bad to walk home. One young lady her ,::JiI

some important issues. log ordinance. In this regard it shouldbe dutifully reported that, JeujthUul Inf.. 'mouth sealed up with syrup so she could I '. .,t2
mal *ftalr'was th* do party not talk for five minute, and came near
Differences .surfaced as to whetherthe helpful to have representation from given by the J/l1/ M Susie,Myra,and Emma having lockjaw. One young gentleman Hot .1 11\
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land after, ( mining-not the North Central Florida Regional Darby for a few of their'young friend* some 01 the stickiest kisses Be ever had ,,..
mining any
Coundl since that last Monday evening. Sum* excellent :
pJ.umtnJl: agency on ; fun."; ; ./ :
'ust peat) shoul"restored" or'reclaimed" drew up Bradford County's present Zoning mu4 c was a !part aC the entertainment,all, "Sugar boiling are certainly good '! ." :'0- '. ,',. 'Bk.,

after the mining opera, Ordinance and its staff is familiar I" 0'f' ,(All'except for poor Mr, lack< : it would have to be ,
tion. U "restored"
must. have indulged ,in too many ,cane '
with the and Its needs. "
county ., : .. ,
put back as nearly as possible in its I skimmings.; .' \ '.' )
original condition In order to performthe Since the State already has laws I' '" County.Jail' Scene ''Ial

same function in the environment or regulating mining, the question might Of Unosual Wedding "1"
ecological system that it performed be asked why Bradford County should '" '.rig
Perhaps the most talked** event of the Weekly Advocate sn ."" .St.rlea
before being mined. If "reclaimed" the impose additional regulations through a' .
1909 'social season was this item ot newspaper, will, testify lid
mined area could be converted to some mining ordinance of its' own. The, "peculiar interest"wWch took place at the 8
useful purpose but would not necessarily answer has been given by attorneys for county Jail when A. L. Hunter and SallleMlxson "The Debating -Club held a,.Citv.tastV very\y ,-,,

perform its original function as a the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association'. "were united "In the bonds of tereating Wednesday meeting night, with Sampson some very!,aWejr

wetland. who make the following points. wedlock. speeches made on both sides of the-quesrtion. ;

.' According to the paper's.social reporters s The subject for next Wednesday will1'
the Fe Local regulation local
For instance, Santa Swamp, means con be on the gold standard and free IUWf'queicJn.
which is the most pressing mining issuein trol.The people of Bradford County can : I "Both bride and groom. had been confined \ Mr w. H. Hilton and Mr. Georgevi,

the county, at the present time, if"reclaimed" not depend on regional, state and to Jail' for against about them a week for on living charges in Fogg will rdamplon: opposite sides of the*

could have its mined out federal agencies to protect them from .preferred at Lake Butler. They were arrested question. Our club Is becoming" more.in u

area filled with water and used as a lake mining abuses Regulatory programs 1 Deputy J.: W. Andrews, Sr. and tereating at every meeting. ?.?

for fishing and water sports, but are subject to weakening by state and of UM hisses Darby bring especially ,Incarcerated In Jail in default of bond. All for other entertainment of long ._.t1

whether or not it would then perform its federal legislative and administrative talented musicians.: Those present on thi "Hunter'* former wife, from whom he delightful occaalon Lois and Louise
functions of serving as the "lungs" for bodies as the recent dilution of Peek. MlM. Morris,were and Messrs.. Phillips. bad been separated, but not divorced, had egg.pippings Boys and might girls need would a each bit of be explanation armed">>

Santa Fe Lake and regulating the regulatory powers of the U.S. Corps of rinlayson, Bessent, and Peek," of late been living a short distance with a hard-boiled egg which they would"
StarkeTshe weekend
died last
quality and quantity of water going Into Engineers has shown.' southeast of at held in the ''
Cane chewings, tt goes without Saying ,was buried the same day. There was tap together parties Easter'
the Santa Fe River are matters that County regulation gives local officials were strictly for the young folk*.-Senior ,nothing row to binder the marriage of the season. The first one of each coupleo
would have to be proved to the satisfaction citizens,with false teeth, could.never hay parties, and though the time between the break hill or her partner'egg would get K?
the and the "teeth"
of the Department of Natural authority to made it through the evening fttneral dirges and the wedding bells was' chance to Implant a kiss on his or her pare"ner's -'

Resources and other state and federal enforce development restrictions. All Rather short, they thought fit to throw convention cheek. How's.,that for,good clean',,In'
is ineffective unless enforc to,the winds and link their pocentfunt J'j
regulation '
agencies.On Sugar BuilingsWere '' AJ!
: destinies there and then. 'I
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the other hand if these Great Fun Another Birth Bring.
agencies standards )'All the next session of court Is not far #
County regulatory
insist that the swamp continue to serve can But Infnrmal cane-chewing were> no' 'rift; it is thought that they will not exert Total to Sixteen x<.:*
its historical as a wetland area reflect local priorities. The State,for ex- match for the more daring and elaborate themselves to get bondsmen, but will ::
stay
purpose From the. April 17, 1908 fseue t"r 7% JJ
performing an invaluable function in ample, would allow the discharge of "sugar boiling as the following In Jail until summoned before the bar. Ttlifraph "
into Lake Santa Fe from an U90 Telegraph will stow ; ;ibd
pollutants so! long as ;;
the Suwannee River and Santa Fe River i ,4''IIe took Just outside
ceremony place "A born few
water not below 'party yoanng son was a day ago to Mr./:
basin it could mean that the swamp quality was degraded "Tuesday night a large of the north entrance of the Jail building, and Mrs Philip A. Crosby who live near I
Class m standards and old folks wended their out to Mr
; Local officials way under the awning a few steps from where
would never be mined because it is Ward! City Mr. and Mn Crosby havoc awl
deemed impossible to "restore" it to its could establish a standard of no Rilin beautiful" place for,the purpose of. 'the gallows erected for the 'Black KId' of the .largest families in Florida.>Slxteeftll
natural state which could mean the degradation, similar l to that imposed by 'sweetening up. "f.* :some three years ago, used to stand.:" children have been born to them and 14 oil

the State on the maid stream of the Oub"Meets then are still living at home.-Thesewittil
reestablishment of an impenetrableswamp Suwannee "Several of the ladles went in the aflcrnoon Debating + the parents and Grandpa Sebron
with cypress trees and other River. and were treatedtoJuice[ ,sugar,and At Sampson City make up an Interesting family 'Brad

vegetation that.has.accumulated over At least one.major state regulatory 'lick-urn' The reel came after dark and' And the intellectual sld*-. was not jperoons." T : f 'aa

the centuries. process, the review of Developments of' huge found packing the place house lit up cleared by bon-flres and the :neglected on the cultural scene: of early (Ward City was the original of(h 1
.dancing
Regional 'Impact (DRI depends on Bradford County as this Item from a West Bradford town presently known
These and other pertinent questionswere and a.big fire in the chimney. : as
Jocal criteria. AndDRIs to February 1DM Issue of The Florida/ S.mCpj (- Brooker.
are subject ->
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will be applicable not only to the proposed .. of the Social Security ity ,Ajgents Notebookt .''By BebIt,Ta'jt Idr 'i "" '<1)1 J
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t'r tniniqe.in this'area, including the ongoing parties, so will the,*SS&SS4teffective ;all '' .l :6Jffit.1. w.....' ."...".. .". ...-.,,, ...... ...... ".,._'W"'II""'h iDt'1emnl L" a' "I "YO hSna3'101ol: <1S'

mining of heavy minerals on Trail mining ordinance for Bradford +... 7L t .r;::been the topic of n"ni con aanx k.\'i1.7. Ii .Y.A: .., vrl t. ir++..na 11 sw 1l lbtxf t bvJ m =
Ridge and the expected future miningof County. Neither side will get everything verist the last few days. Record low water' inside the plan with no damage to N .plans..ia W I.paa&j.hep., ...

phosphate in the western part of the it wants, nor will be able to avoid ,temperatur have been recorded In many the tissue. PTA Shows and Sales! at,this year's rasa:
areas, and the hours below freezing have :
county.In everything it doesn't want.But if a cons- been unusual. All this is to say that some plants There have been 47 steers, 2J breeding
performing this important task it is cientious effort is made to get the best adapted to the area will survive the' animala entered this years 'and about$
likely that the committee whose ordinance possible under the cir- Many of our plants and animals can take freezes, whereas tropical or sub-tropical swine entries are expected to be entered/
the low temperatures for a abort period of plants will not, This is January 29. This
cumstances, it will be far better than Important to will be one of the largest
members, with the exception of one, what have time because only the air is below freezing, remember when you ',are selecting fruit shows if all the animals make the
which is
now .
we nothing.Who's ..
and the soil sad plants remain above free* trees or ornamentals for,your landscape. minimum grade for show n
In,. However,after several hours of below
freeiing. tile top few Inches of soil and Nature has also enabled many of our The Cattlemen's AnocI.tlCn/, meets
plants thenqaelvea! actually freeze. animals to adapt(o and withstand freezing every second Thursday of the month. Of-
I temperatures.Most will survive they are leers *1ft the!? Awwdalton for 1983 are:
in Disarray .. When wager in plant tissue crystalUea healthy and have good nutrition,or enough Wilbur Andrews,pre dentr".tlcMrb.(
... and expands it rupture the plant cells and food. It seem !that animate turn feed and vice-president; and Ray -NorJnJa,
the plant,of a part of the plant may die. fat. Into.heat when needed secretary/treasurer. Bradford County
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What this country needs is not"a good Mr. Reagan's loose fiscal policy and This does' not occur 'with all.plants ducers This .Is(and Important for area livestock: pro dish Directors and Leslie are Bill Whitehead Alderrtfaq iYJr nTltlrt>W

five-cent cigar," as someone once said huge deficits forced the entire burden of. because our evergreen and-cold hardy Make sure pet owners animals) to remember. Directors are Russett Will .
it is good, strong leadership. This is inflation freezing. dormant, or can survive this your are guttingweo.igh'eoeiiy Howard and Neal Varmml, .'fDbnudWetnbershlPlntheAalOelB
fighting onto the Federal action. Strawberries for example feed. when. ire,have bad
shown by the fact that President Reserve system. But his lack of leader- are In a growing condition and have water ee making "

Reagan went on television to say that if; ship did not keep him from claiming the in the plant tissue, Apparently the*celts and Swine of livestock, our Cattlemen ,I!: ''

there is any disarray in Washington it, credit for "curbing" inflation. .Associations are busy making I !

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Is Reagan not seem to recognize -", "' ""araZ..c-.I."n. .., a nn" +.1", ....,,,,._
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Improvement in the nation's first of : b ,
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Reagan's fixation on military buildup at every day come from wood. ft ,Ftaatpa'- : a
the of else needed and the announcement by his workhorse takes land.,.air, water, sun and tIme to -,-{. 411 ,1I8O personal cheek 'youth singing group from thijrp:
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expense the everything to Majority Leader Howard Baker of the grow the wod needed for these product, It",I'lOta letterhead bond Church l..k.Butler,wW hold a
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Now, under pressure from his own advisers Mr. Reagan,"does not chooseAll /'-1904 mecle.ront jt cord of wood today. "'{.."..:roocap.' ot'theaver'ledaily paper each/me the four packet eesdl lags.will include Red CedMW&ld( of

he is changing his Different| : 'require different. PI ) Cypress
position lit products Sweetgum
a of this ,,l0. 2150 and UUoHy Knew
Mr: copiesof
tie but he didn't take the lead in this Reagan dismisses with kinds of trees, but for general Information the SUNDAY. NEW TIM trees will be
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TIMES auld
he was forced. a grin and a wave of the hand, airily denying a cord of wood will yield. ,, the following. byoax u.SO Boston Rocketye Dealers Bank iD Lake Butler therarmers and
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for, and I. 1 300,000 Toothpicksv: h 1112 dining nom tables(each tit teat q, Cernmlllllty Bank In the Start.Pjtsaa.\ The
taking off for another : sales will
Or take the five ent gasoline, tax vacation at.hia. : ", 1,000-1,000 poumlB of Building an average 1100 lIqUare-'oot _begin at 1 n.m., with limited
boost and highways programs. Only horse ranch or wherever: Mr; Raman:,X.!(en th*process)) paporCdepwHHng- > : Mme uses 10.000 IINi'4 feet ,01 lumber will\ baal solddonea anrstLcom.'nIe IIIDckltl
after Senate tried hard to'Instill confidence,In I.tte'- 3. <3on nouadboDk* f'*.t. "equdvslent of 20 cords bul... :
and.House, Majority Leader Baker American people with his carefree showof 4:nJ7fl sfimdard No7f joinyalollw: .Juat a reminder that Arbor D.lylA this and the' Plentlftllnll.nlctioM'C are .=::
.Speaker 0 NeUllaunched a seH-awurance. B somehow ,rrlday! (tomorrow,Jan. J1.--In,accordance: uttty Fonater will be pr .

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Miss Michelle Ann Meyer,daughter, r. J,
Mr. and Mrs. George,Me8l' cf, l 1 '...".. ,:A.. ..It/. tr",'
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West Palm Beach and Andrew l '!
Jackson Barry II, son Mrs. A. J. .. '
I ;Barry and the late D Barry of ,a a rF Lillian Stump Presents Auxiliary History"Pi-og-

I Starke,were united In marriage Dec ,
11, at 7:30: In the First !
I Church with p.m.Rev. Ben P. Bryant Baptist- Bradford Hospital' Auxiliary\ scraps of material for the puppets. Charley Johns with Mrs.: Steve Simmons
I the performing welcomed five new members to the They can be left at the Hospitality as the first president. Mrs. M.
The Baptistry nuptials.of the church was staff at. the January dinner-meeting ,Shop. F. Hazen was the first flower chair
held the assistant administrator man had flowers In every
centered with a heart candelabra' Monday night at Western Judy Moore, and she
flanked by two crown candelabras 1 Steer'Steak House with V members of the hospital, reported room In the hospital the day it openedand
Centered fin the choir loft was an arch attending.Mrs. ther will be a free blood pressure she has been .n active member
candelabra with, two spiral W. H. Thomson, first vice- clinic In the hospital library the first since.
candelabras on either side. Below the president, presided over the meeting Tuesday of each month from 1 to 4 The Gift Shop was active from the
arch was a large urn arrangement of and heard committee reports: Gerri p.m. She also stated that an beginning with Mrs. T. H.Slade as the
gladiolus, snapdragons carnations i' Green membership chairman, anonymous donor has donated money first chairman. Some of the people
and In shades of presented the names of Paula Joiner. for" a monthly award to a hospital that were active at that time were
pompoms
burgundy and white. The chancel Sandra Green Freda'Judd, Jeannie employee given In the name of Louise Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. A. ,Y. Cov-
area held two similar urn ar Biggs and Beverly Blackshear.new Kite, who was an active Auxiliary ington, Mrs. Pete Felon and Mr*. L.
rangements.. The chancel rail was members, who were accepted. Ber- member and 'was on the Hospital H. Jennings. Also, Mrs. George
draped with a garland of boxwood nadine Early, hospitality shop chairman Board as Secretary-Treasurer when Roberts Sr. who Is still an active
greenery. On the floor level were two ,reported sales were good during the hospital was first built. Mrs: member.
tree candelabras holding fresh ar December and also stated the price of Moore also stated the Hospital will
rangementa. Ficus trees and live candy bar, gum and Life Savers have booth at the County Fair where Miss Stump stated she was president
palms were placed throughout the r ; have gone up to 35 cents. Roxanne pictures will be shown of the new in 1971-72 and while In office It ',1
floor area and choir loft at different Ruckdeschel stated that In one of her renovation which will take place soon. was decided to serve breakfasts the
vantage' points:The family and visit to the Nursing Home that she Miss Lillian Stump was introduced Fair and when she plugged up two
the length of the aisles were pews marked noted the residents would like old as speaker on the program who took toasters the current has been a wreck
with brass candelabras which held 1':;:Christmas cards: and material scraps members down memory lane with ever since. That's our gall!) ,
fresh arrangements In the bride's colors ; ;' L for" some of their projects. Kay anecdotes taken from the Auxiliary Many of our late active members ,
; : '? I'4 McKlnley..who makes puppets for the scrap book since the Auxiliary was were mentioned and their. many r
The vestibule held an arrangement hospital children patients also stated founded here in 1958 with the first wonderful deeds will never be forgotten. ,
of, gladiolus, carnations, snap she needed old nylon stockings andHomemakers meeting held at. the home of Mrs. .

dragons, freesias and In
pompoms Atl
pinks, burgundys and ',,7a i' a? 't ;r'' vl V 'y ti
white.of ?
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music. were. Mona Canova nuptial Miss Have Conservation Program ,

Cindy Canova and Kevin Neal. -
Jay Mack Godwin of Gainesville Charles Hutcheson was guest on the market now most clothes, ex- more than two years old it wasllul'i"'i"
served as best man. Ushers were Al. 'speaker at the Bradford County cept diapers, can be washed with cold gested that an insulation 1; 1
Kay Carlisle, Starke, Maxie Owens of Homemakers Club meeting 'Thursday water. That saves the homeowner a to the outside of the tank to keep the ;
Alachua.and Barry Wood of Daytona \ Jan. 13, at the Agriculture lot of money, plus the fact that clothes pool: air out. -
Beach. 9 Building Starke. should be washed only when you have'
Miss Adrienne Barry" slater of the Mr. Hutcheson of Clay Electric Coop a full load. All over Insulation and After the program the guest Joinedthe
groom attended as maid of honor.At- Mr..,aad Mrs.Drew Barry : showed informativeslides on caulking around doors and windows Is members in a delightful Brunch

tendants were Miss Jana Godwin pearls and Cathedral length veil of McKnlght, Mrs. Kay ,McKinley and 'Conserving Power With Low or No another big savings. Drapes on the prepared by Etholin Cosby Flo
Miss Donna Vein and Miss Soheila white bridal illusion. She carried a Mrs. James Reddish. i Cost Investment." It was pointed out windows to cut out the sun in the summer Quicksall and Cert Green. An added
Vafa of Gainesville. They. were attired traditional all white cascade of bridal The groom's table was covered with i that a person could save as much as helps and the pulling of drapes In touch was a birthday cake In honor of r '
alike in pink organza gowns over rose, sweetheart roses, stephanotisand an ArmyNavycloth and was 25 percent by leaving the air conditioner the winter to let the sun in. except for the guest.
pink taffeta with sweetheart neckline mixed foliages.A centered' with a< chocolate cake or heater off when they were the north side which Is always the 'The next club meeting workshopwill ,
MIl short sleeves.The gowns had two reception was held in the StarkeWoman' decorated with a bride. chasing the ,' out of town and leave if off during coolest. It was recommended that a be at 10:00: A.M., Jan. 20. at the
tiered ruffles at the hem and the ruffles Club where guests were groom ornament. "mild pleasant weather when doors water flow controller be put on the kit- Agriculture Building in Starke.
formed a cascading bustle..The greeted at the door by Mrs. Eldon The punch table also was covered :and windows can be opened instead. chen sink and the shower head in the Members are asked to carry .a f
bustle on the back of the attendants Hardy. Misses Cheryl Godwin ,and with the same style cloth and was With so many cold water detergents bathroom. If_your hot water tank Is "brown bag" lunch. .1
dresses were decorated with a fresh Stacey Denmark kept the' bride's centered with a silver punch bowl en-
cascade style corsage of carnations book circled with! greenery and fresh
iackstraw pompoms. and ,baby's The reception'hall was centered flowers. Leasure/Reddish Honored at Parties a I
breath.8Tbe with a large urn arrangement of The food table In the sunroom was .I. 1 I
honor attendant carried a colonial gladiolus, carnations, snapdragons centered with a large fresh arrangement J
lIOIIeI8y.of pink bridal roses, and jackstraw pompoms In shades of of pussy willows,freesias,snapdragons l Bridesmaids Luncheon I Leasure Nebraska, Mrs. P. D. Reddish an arrangement of silk flowers of :
pink sweetheart roses, white pink, burgundy and white. Banging carnations and Jackstraw and Mrs. Drew Reddish of pastel colors. Place cards marked the
Jackstraw pompoms and stephanotis. baskets of pink and white po poinsettias pompoms. Silver trays of flu i -.ran foods Given Saturday. For Starke Mrs. Claude Leasure of Tampa seating arrangement for the 50 guests
The attendants carried nosegays of hung from the ceiling and liens trees were placed the length of the table. Lorna Leasure. Mrs. Lou Royster of N. Augusta' which included the wedding party,
pink bridal roses, pink sweetheart illuminated with clear miniature Silver candelabras holding burning 5.e. and Mrs. Jean Rathel of families and out-of-town guests.

....roses and white Jackstraw pom ma. ; tapers pI'OvidedIe f\! subtle! lighting.. ,, Miss -Lorma Leasure was complimented Salisbury, Md.
The bride given in marriage by her ,pointsSrnaU The entrance I to; the club was' at a bridesmaids luncheon The hostesses presented the Out of town guests were Mrs. Lou
father woro a format' gown of cloths and centered with small arrangements 'highlighted with ficus freest, with Saturday at the Apvines Country C11Jb honoree with an invitation holder with Royster of N. Augusta, S.C. and Mrs. iygjof..dhec'groom t
polyester orgoadinczea over white taffeta.The ol holly and fresh flowers. white miniature lights.. ,. ({ ,! :.-g''krwendingidvitatiohepclosed. '! : 'y '::JIH. .:.Jean.Rathel :oLSatisburyM4.; .,aunts ,.;
) fitted, was accented by a roughout the room fOlr' -- /'FJ-hootest ee.were Mis* Maria tthhe'prospeciQe' h'MiJ'i erntltid ... (t ,, "'Uf, sit id, -lI' ,t.,Ba.Dey.Rowe.. .,
IetlWatll1 hIlc1tl1l.! + h.neM liitthsilk ansrilord'DItiMA '!')' >q :oil>, $ tteWsh -'ahd MssEIltibehVKopelousos : ISb;Mrs. Jo m'ArthurReddish.?' ttR"e' dIiYr"/Loasur* r ,,_',. .." ..Baltimore. Md_ Mr. andTWrs..Chuck
Venice lace and studded with The bride's table was covered with' : 'r" Mr$. Mike Reddish Mrs. Glen Red- Leasure and daughter, Mikel, of 'a
seed pearl Full bishop sleeve of a white Army/Navy cloth and The couple 'are residing. in1 Jliih and Mrs. J. R. Reddish. Rehearsal DinnerMr. Nebraska.The .
organza were enhanced by the same centered with a three tiered wedding Gainesville. The U-shaped dining table wascovered
lace and seed pearls. The full A-line, cake decorated with fresh flowers In .The bride graduated from West with a white linen cloth and and Mrs, Drew Reddish entertained couple presented their attendants ,
skirt which extended into a cathedral the bride's colors. Two silver Palm Beach high school and Is attending -. ,centered! with an arrangement of teal at a dinner party Friday nightat with gifts which included
train was enhanced by silk Venice ap- candelabras. holding epergne arrangements the University of Florida. blue silk flowers flanked by the eight the Ravines Country Club In Mid- money clips for the boys and brass
cliques and edged with a wide flounce of snapdragons freesias, The groom graduated from St. brass lamps that were carried by the dleburg for their son,Tommy and his candle holders for the girls which
ruffle bordered with silk Venice lace., carnations,Jackstraw pompoms were Johns Country Day School In Orange attendants at the wedding. ,fiancee, Lorna Leasure, following the' they carried In the wedding. The can- I
The bride wore a Camelot head piece on either side Mrs.Pete Feloe cut tile' Park and is also attending the University -' Among the 27 attending were Mrs. couple's wedding rehearsal. dle holders were also used on the din-
.M JO silk I,"Venice"!' lace studded with-seed cake. Assisting were Mrs. Arlin of Florida. Greg Reddish of Orlando. Mrs. Chuck The head table was centered with Ing table for decorations.


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'i" --"P i -" is" Pentecostal Apostolic]Sabbath Assembly _
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lor qtlzens, Kev John Volkots : \ Full Gospel I 1

4 }f ,tiIsli Lunch. nThunday.Jan. To Speak,H ere* ZPrayer'

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The Rev. John M. Volkots will be Sick e ; ,

o', tells'covered: dish lun- guest speaker Sunday evening Jan. KEEPING THE COMMANDMENTS AS STATED IN #
23, in the 6 m. service at the Starke \
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-lif g)held( Thursday;Jan.UnitedM 27. Church of God, located at 422.N. St. Ex. 20:M7i .Matt._ 5:17-19 s iIC.
alt the Ffr$ ; : O
tZrclt'Fellowship: Hall, Clair Rev.St.Volkots, is no' stranger to the Saturday at 10:00 a.m.r Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. .e.e O ;:::J ,

All Bradford County seniors are Inihclngacovered people In Starke as he has previously sd to dish and lived and ministered ?
this
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Cain, tailor &V M Welcome I s't
tend.a and .his family now reside in. .
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Gainesville. .
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fmJM; < 4:Pressure The public Is cordially invited to at- : : t\.-tJo... '.,r1ett.

tai..lt..bJ 1 tend. Walter_F. Monte, pastor. ,- .."1 iI i\\ ,......"..
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On Tuesday Feb. '1, between the Eastern Star Buy Poulan 230016 I .t.) .o;,_..: *'.4
tttturst t and 4 p.m. Bradford'to Suppe Jan. 22' 'l.
<< Hospital, Inc. Is conducting a free <:, : ;t '
at price 9
M(Blood. Pressure Screening Clinic In' Starke chapter, No.' 224. Order of saw regular .., ;::....
the hospital library; the Eastern Star will have covered ( .. : ,

},rE,Plan now to go by and. have .your dish supper Saturday, Jan. 22, at 7. 'U.J'00'1 n\\e ",... /'diI
checked.y' :
stI pressure pm. In the Masonic Han. fiIIs"
-, Mark youi-calendar-Tuesday: ,Feb., All Masons and their families.are 'i4IIi4li /
thetlr4 p.m. Invited to attend.
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To take advantage of t this special
Mrs. Robert L. Sturdivant of 'San Seymour of Gainesville visited their "
Jose. Cat Is spending Jan. 11-Jan. 23 parents Mr:and Mn.J. D. Seymouron 'r''t W'* offer present this coupon to ourphdographer

with her mother Mrs. E. A.Halt, Sunday.'Mr .. and make a 95c

,' and Mrs. Billy Royster Miss # v.a deposit on your$12.95 collection. 1 1tS

Mrs. Brenda Lee-and daughter. Sue Royster and Tim Quattletnim of extra chakt.' TOTAL PORTRAIT COLLECTION INCLUDES:
Tammie of .Alachua were weekend, N. Augusta. 'S.' C. "were weekend A si3 raiue. .'

guests nell Jr.of. Mr...and Mrs.-Nealy McCon-, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish '.u,;?'.' '. _:' ".81C 10s.3-5 x 7s and 15 wallets.,
: and attended the wedding of Tommy' O-pj c .' ,
Reddish Lorna: Leasur* on Sutur-t t !tide both\ d'A ? i"t" 1 :. I Rcx1uka4/l2i' ,,, '
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;Gladys Weldori returned ;
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Mr 'da.1'lilthi',., 8A.eAIIId ; ,: ,'" 1.0,0-, -'. -
two weeks visit with her' "1<' .,." ',
and family, Mr.and Mrs C, Mrs James ,:BI.-cbh.-'r"/Mr.,. *,I \I'" :' ," -" ,: 'r. ,\ '1'/) _' NOW ONLY $9.95
N. Patrick in West Florida Mr.'and Lester; Crews,, Mrs.. .Franklyn' v ;t',4 ...: 189' r ,. ., '
Mr. Peter Atogna and family of Wall-,, :Welogerberr and Mrs; Herbert \ '" t. ,_ JUST *: .'0\\ r. : with this coupon .... i
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Ingford, spent ; diattrist Hark '
with her mother''Mrs. WeMon,,' ,' P f einsvil le ltq 'N/tS"' ;, ,, : Price Includes: socket MI. extra chain. ,\ ", ,- h.- '

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John Griffin and Mlas'LHBsn'Stump \ ,' : i', : J' *.16'sprocketnose bar 010 'yrw'vyJ; "' ,,, 1" fJ

Mr* attended a''Presbytwrlsl ""Mia JesaMui, j Of Tailstri-N'is.. (t '1 .. ._ ; ". oH >It.. '" \" .: *2.3ct inf engine. l,, THESE YS NL'f. ,,, i ;
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Grace Baptist Church in Starke wins' soft, pale blue gowns with draped were greeted at the door by I Mrs. Essie Taylor! ; the groom's grand: '
the setting for the marriage of neckline. In their hair they wore Brenda Jones and Mrs Sharon\, mother. .
Melissa Suzanne Norman, daughterof white silk flowers with blue satin rib Scheetl. Assisting were Lorrle Chappell
i .' lip Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Norman of bon. They carried elongated cascades Miss Amy Modisette kept the guest Lori Flynn, Vicky Sheffield, Samlca I
Starke to Jeffrey Lynn.smith, son ofMr. of.blu...ilk .orchids end lily-of.\the. book at a table. which held a Massey and Leeanne Green. Jeniffer I i
.-and Mr. *..Aubrey Smith of Lake. valley and Ivory orchids with bridal candelabra decorated with, seed Brown handed out rice bags. I
Butler. ;acts and blue satin ribbon. pearls, blue roses and ribbon. Wedding -
,Rev. Don Scheetz. the, brlde' ,The bride,given in marriage by her bell were hung centered with Following a wedding trip,to Disney
minister and Rev. Melvin Owens, the', father,,\wore hooped gown worn by The brld 's table was World. Tampa and Busch Gardens
groom's minister performed,the nupjf f; her mother which> featured peau-de- a wedding cake encircled with blue the couple is residing,on Griffls, Loop,
Oils on Friday Nov. 26, at t p m. .; ange' lace With:,seed pearls and sequins silk flowers and flanked by two ivory'candles. Starke '
Highlighting the altar were palms and had scalloped! lace down the Cutting the cake were Mrs. The bride !Is .. .481 graduate of
With white covering at the base tied, sides. She Wore heirloom pearls Frances Crockrell and Brenda Jones. Bradford High School and Is
with large blue satin bows around the',' neckla bucket also ,two '.ilk floral arrangements .. bridesmaid Sherrle.McRee. She car- with a chocolate layer cake topped Recreation CenteiiThe
in blue hue*'with white' ried an elongated cascade of blue and with two'white doves holding gold groom III' a 1981' graduate of
doves accented by two white ligh. ivory orchids, [\the-valley 'and rings in the middle, made by the Union County High School and is
candles. baby's breath which extended to the bride. employed as a construction worker at
r Stephanie Wheeler.pianist, Pat hem of her gown. Her hem length was The punch table was covered with a Shand Teaching Hospital.

Crawford and Marcie Mooneyhami, secured< art Ytv soloists, presented a program of tatft brocaded lace. All the flowers and with a punch bowl encircled with blue
,' r y s: r'. gowns were made by the bride's daisies and greenery. Miss Terri Bement left'for Holland
frd, BEd Varnes served as best man and a ,mother Standing In the receiving line were and Spain Sunday, Jan IS, for a
artnn ushers were Aubrey,Smith,.and Jef;' Receptions were held at the church the bride and groom, their parents business and pleasure trip' as a
-! Muss .' Fellowship Hall and at the home of and attendants and Mrs. Beulah Nor- representative of University City
Sherri Norman attended her', the bride's parents on SR1S E. Guests man, and Mrs. Janice Thompson, Travel Agency of Gainesville. which
sister as maid of honor.. Attendants she is'a travel consultant.
))f 0 44, were Miss Sherrie McRee, and Miss, wa.ass- P w ---'-
.n Darlene Norman, sister of the bride.,
79. Mr.and Mrs.Jeffrey Smith They were attired alike. In floor,length- ; PHOTO SPECTACULAR 1 f

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ra Interesting display of arts and I conservation and lack of church behind the pulpit.. -Walls, have, .- 3 8 x 10's .
n crafts was a', special attraction enjoyed maintenance. It is heated with wood been refinished and a lovely green 3 5 x 7's \\f\\\ ,\\ \
,,.. by members and guests at the i burning heaters and cooled with ceiling carpet covers the floor The pews and \'\\\\ J
nu Starke Woman's Club which met for fans,. large window and cross have green velvet cushions and there Oellla.. GA
C I lunch in the Club House on Wednesday ventilation. Dr. and Mrs. Leonard are exquisite crystal chandeliers ,, 18 wallet size .. .. .'
Jan. 12, at 12:00 noon. above the center aisle 'A new piano. # ., ,
A delicious meal was served b ceiling occupies the church. The Fellowship j ONLY ,tt t.== j
.' Mrs. Hazel Kraft, chairman, Mrs.assisted. in the foyer. The Don Foster home is Hall adjoins the church and consistsof $2.95. deposit {'( ''T ,//h ;. ..
a Nell ''Ahrhart co-chairman very livable with a porch extending an entrance hall, a large great, and '1 'Ii\\. '1. ,
:. by the hostess committee. Each table across the entire length of the back of room and a very well-appointed kit. !!'". _'" Children Aduh.'t.
$16.95 due
held a white or purple African violet the house. chen. The Interior of this building Is' .r"( a+ families. unt.! 'f
plant in a white doilie as a decoration.Mrs. Predominating points of interest In warm and Inviting. The Christmas at time of ,it groups to 3 portions' ;
J. D. Warren, president, the Steve Hayes home are the porch tree In the church held chrlsmons: ',- delivery NO EXTHA CHARGE
:: presided.. The club collect was sung and the floor plan. It Includes an attractive each one hand made by members,, plus tax (Complete package delivered to stort't, j
by Mrs. John Griffen and Mrs. W. H. bay window in the dining and depicting a part of Christ's life t NO PACKAGE LIMIT
... Thomson accompanied by Mrs. L. A. alcove. The Francis Merlie home from the time of his birth. On a table Portraits will"Sears be made at ,
s, Canova. Mrs R. A. Green, Sr. gave features nice sized rooms making( it under a large picture of Christ in the New MONDAY
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"A Recipe for Happiness" as the very livable and a marvelous view Fellowship Hall were displayed ex, ,
devotional followed by prayer. through the back porch of the backyard quisite figures of the three wise men East Madison JANUARY 24th
Honored guests were Mrs. Emma including a fountain which pan and camels.' They wore colorful Street ,
Lou Morris of Palatka, District IV be seen from the master bedroom. costumes made of sheets and are 10:30: 5:30When
president, Mrs. Merwin Langly, also The Sherrod Hamilton home has a kit.. hand made by a member of the coal l Hwy 100 Starke i I'

of Palatka, District IV chaplain and chen full of cheer with pine cabinets gregauon.Y' --.. --........- .--.. ______ ...... ::.II
owners of homes on Tour of Homes and woodwork, some of which is put
All families were thanked together with wooden pegs. The ex- .
their homes. Members introduce. terior and interior of this home has ''''fI ''
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their guests. been beautifully redecorated by the \ '
Special thanks were given to Mrs. owners. NuWaves Beauty Salon has a
J Bill Wilson, Mrs. W. H. Thomson and large combination combing, styling
I Mrs. R. A. Green, Jr. for the month and lobby area, fireplace set In flagstone
Mrs. Wilson was commended for the shampoo room, kitchen and
beauty of the club house on the occasion rest rooms. This salon is decorated in have these
of the Christmas Tea. A note of lovely earth tones of brown, beige and you ;
< thanks was read from Mrs. O L. blue.
f Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, The Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
t honored guests at the tea. Center is an equal opportunity institu-
Arts and crafts articles on display tion that admits and serves all per-'
included portraits, floral and shell sons 16 years of age or older.. It' i lmppqwdded
pencil portrait and sketches operates on open entry and open exit energy savers
in black and white,hand work In- ,. system. General adult classes are of-
,TillJ\'c'ludlngl'/QuUtlng/ crocheti.em- tered for individuals-' who withdrew ,
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y,1 eedfepoint<< ewbi g"'jand school before completionfThe; '
soar Itlllttln rA''flonduras' mahogany(able"'' center Is tonal ered one of the most ,0 ) r k > ir" '
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yn was also on display important institutions in the'community Ir
,.1, Special events in the future include and it should provide service k.L :
: < an azalea sale of 2500 plants to be held in every way possible to the Individual ,
o on Saturday. March 5. In addition, 100 public and governmental we'llof
n dogwood trees, 25 oaks,50 maples and agencies.. The Service area of the i
200 red cedars will be for sale. There Center is Bradford and Union coun-
will be an antique show on March 18,' ties. Students-may attend the Center, the
sari 19 and 20. The Bradford County Fair .regardless of where they live. Most cost ; '
will follow these events. recent addition to Vocational Center's :
The Christmas Tour of Homes this facilities consists of the following .
1year included six homes, the First areas: administrative building, truck ,
Methodist Church ando Fellowship and bus, (diesel) mechanics, shop, '" \
bA Hall, tho Bradford-Union Vo-Tech carpentry shop, 0))" 1 \
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u. Salon. A lovely variety of Christmas welding shop, clothing construction r'' (
decorations was evident throughout laboratory. Each area has classroomand p ,/t.( ,
the tour. Nativity scenes, Chrismons, storage areas. ,
1'0 special figurines, lights and trees The most focal point of the interior 7, 4 "c.. ;"" '
Important features of Mr. and Mrs. of the First Methodist Church is the .vpd 10"c..MCto. ". :

vsa James Langley's home are. energy large wooden cross in the back of the ," I -HT I II

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n i Helen Sharon Youmans of Hamp, ,F 11-dAildws
nlbnt t" ton, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Walter ,;, ,.?.UI.uOt
F. Gruenwald of Keystone Heights : .1\ Ceiling Insulation 'An Efficient Heat s Il tp s19rat''k
ol1UO and David Alan Stone, son of Mr. and Kayla Leann Brown \ Pump .. .:I...tI ../......,
Mrs. Delmas B. Stone of Hampton ," .;a, '?rtf
el will be united in marriage Jan. 21 at Michael and Kathy Brown 'of ,.; ....'IDt
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.0+ Miss Youmans is a 1980 graduate ofDb Paternal ., .. .; I'
grandmother is Mrs. Dots ', "h"I .' .
: Vo-Tech., Brown of Lawtey.. Maternal grand- ,, .: ,11'" '.I. ,". &'Wq'R"
..c Mr. Stone is a 1979! graduate of Vo- parents are Mr r and Mrs. Mel Reed of .\ ..,; '.. :, \'
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.CI' .Attending Officer Training of and Mrs. Armond M. Lehman, ,: Y _.
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lluue'n United Methodist Women last Saturday Jr. of Fort Lauderdale announce the .. 't1; !fJ' J I' ...,'. .
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birth of a son, Christopher Lee, born 4M a.'vF.
were Mrs. A.J. Eaves III.Mrs.S. : .
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G. Denmark, Mrs. Harold McKinley '
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? and Mrs. Art Loudon all of Starke. grandparents are Armond An Eff>r ieaitWater Heater :: : Solar Film f'i
ai The district training was held at the and Shirley Lehman of Starke Maternal H'I d" / 'I
..i First United Methodist Church in, grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. FPL will 'Wi

.ot Gainesville. Ralph Chesser of Jacksonville. fourWYS actually: pay you tQ'p conserve ft,* ; electricity t ; we electriC,have bill tO do,'the'!T1On.,

Our Cooling& Heating Incentive. FPL:will'pay up to ES5lS3! tion on how to i'I r;;:' I.
2I B qualify or to for :
Family sr DwasifjruemFor arrange 5i
several hundred dollars toward the:cost of having an older; send us the COupon OJ: aU the Watt, ", ,
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;, ( Hair Cutting ExceDanee) Inefficient air conditioning system op heat\ pump replaced with, Lim at I-oi v-432-6563:; i' :' ,, : :" ,,
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144 W. Call Street Starke 1964-7303 Pmgram'Ariotheir, w ywe'reWork.'kv
Our Ceiling Insulation Incentive. 'g h rcht being the '
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pay up company I
you want IH; :
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Bobbin ; &
Violet Jerry $300 towards the cost of insulation! installed. : '

Welcomes Our W&ter Heating Incent>ther'.FPl.will' pay up to several',. r'I' flee more: + '
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hundred dollars towards the cdst of having an inefficient water"heater on'tie following' itw"!":Ie incentives I '
: C : 1 Cooling& Healing. ; '.11, ,
Sue water
Yarbcrry from Jacksonville modified or replaced with a solar water:heater water_ 111 : : Ceiling sulation' '''SoI.arFilm: Heating'! J ; :: ,
heating heat pump or heat,recovery system! 'o I. IwoulJhtetohaveanFPLHome! I.fl.
Make your appointment today with Sue or Our Solar Film l Incenthk< Energy Audit;
will ,
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to look your best, 176 qualify for,the last three' ftcgilives'work'? : mustrirst: ej ','! .
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Special Will everyone benefit. from JUrtt-Wlsc incentives?- B Mai Dtirne! telephone numberr'r" i, : II,: ,, ; \ \';- 1./; .

Yes ,; I,; ,to: Energy Conservation Department W' : I '' "'
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WITH COUPON ONLY.EXHBW .' kUowat ur$of electricity not dT! Is a barrel of oil pa one I : '

FEfWARY2&1903 has to pay for.This also heaps us'iHMMwne the'building of expenn I,' I= "I...,.t.";,,,',! I' 't:. ';'
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was a week of many happenings'( Tuesday afternoon, saying, "We're gest momentum-changer of the night

4 for the Bradford. ,High basketball going to Jump on'em with a fullcourtzone came calling for BHS. t
/; t *3 team. press right from the opening With 1:38 left Gary Carter hit the
1) the Tornadoes beat'a ranked basket. They like to run and shoot it front end of a one and-one and missedthe I
team and showed that they could be a and we feel like maybe we can take; 2nd shot but teamate Wright grab-
,. 6r + big factor in 2A ball next year by topp that opportunity to run away from bed a loose rebound after two Rams

i. / 4 ing Bth-ranked 2A 'foe Interlachen them. fought over the ball and the M Tornado -,
+ 4 tf k13 f F f 57-51 Tuesday night. And that plan worked just like he : junior stuck it back In: To help
: 7 S) the' Bradford roundballers, 'drew it on the chalkboard. With the even more Wright was fouled on his

preceded the Interlachen victory by, rattled Rams throwing bombe off the shot and hit the free throw. Emmett
rallying from down 12 points to upend walls i and Into the stands the Tornadoes Watkins then stole the Interlachen inbounds -

Orange Park 53-49 on the road Saturday took advantage of 10 first pass and dished off. to Carter
night, thus putting together two quarter turnovers directly related to for a layup.
straight wins for the first time all the press for a 17-7 lead. Mark Pierce In a matter of 18 seconds the Tornadoes

year. and Daren Chandler both bucketed 3 had increased a 8 point lead to
3) the Orange Park victory marked jump shots apiece In that first stanza 12, up to 53-43: with 1:22 to go and the
5,; thefirst, road win of the year. as BHS took the lead for good. outcome was pretty well sewed! up.
4) theTdrnadoesedged closer to the "Let them make the mistakes," *

.11()() mark as the regular season pass- Sexton told his ballclub between fclMrtMlMW_. tr t it II it 014.i* .tt'. .

ed its halfway point with a 6-7 won- quarters. astsauciassi,* M|. I* IS-M*l.
bet record headIng Into a road game Most of the 4th'period was BHS in MAotoeoiBvUsmylt-TJ. Francis 5044. NorRUnlfr -
j4 at St. Augustine Friday nlght.Jan. 21. its screen-motion offense, trying to Watkins l 1-11.Carter*M tat Johnson
01.1.,Pierce 7*>t H.Chandler J 0-0"Wrtghl 14li.
chew time off the clock, and In- _
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.Tuesday's win over the talented IllS Unfortunately; the Tornadoes _c. s it if is s* .,1 1nm
Rams (now 104) a "sweet one", and couldn't stand the prosperity of eer.d i I* IS I* 4. 4 J 1
AOoaoi,, .. I .1 I. Francis. I M ,
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pointed out some ac-. shooting foul shots most of the last 8
Watkins' 4 M t. Carter I .* a. Johnson I 1-4 I. I
compllshments listed above. minutes, and what might have been a Pierce a M is Chandler S .,1 I. Wright" a 4-10 14. '
a f y. 1'It seems like for the last 3 weeks blowout turned into a close game. ,_..It Il.tSU.CHUUM4 .
we'd win then we'd lose the MUMi ToMkv I* Il.N et.aters. ,
one one, BHS hit just t of 15 foul shots in the "

pleased coach said after watching a last period, misfiring on 8 front ends ._ IS IS II t* Uit 1 ,
pressing game plan work to perfection of one-and-ones, and the Rams _eo.. ti ',I .* aMCClSMMVl
-J-, against the Rams., "Now we've gradually whittled at the lead. Robin TM>k> it leis U.saMMMOi .
it and I hope we keep it Bttlsmy 4 .e .. Norman 0 '.1 ..
got going just Thomas pumped in a top of the key
Carter e.. a, Francis 0 M 0. Johnsoa I M S.WaialnIMS .
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Apply .. en.to hit. Wildcatwin rolling. jumper for IllS to trim the margin to ,Wright as-ii 11.Chandler I .-. 7.
Two Baker County; 'defender box Tornado guard Mark In Pierce Starke.Men's the corner In Friday's. Sexton had revealed his gameplan 4).43 with 1:48: to go but then the big. Pierce 041 tMta141 S-lt... lI i.



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JacksonV Bunched j .,...... i Sexton n, Thomas, Calma 4.Coll- Banquet r BUS Gridders Set
bun a.Cummlnn 10,Lrwia,Blgn I,Edwards 1.Hmktt .
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the Hawks 68-59 and the Hawks turned -' a & lead in what had been a tight 19 points and the outside shooting Of Go--t7.: ,

around and dealt Jackson'aBuilding game all the way, and then held onto Harold Chandler, who ,added 1O. Curtis L--N.a of Florida defensive end coach Dwight Adams will be guest'

Supply a 59-44 defeat Mon-' the lead by hitting foul shots down the White had 18 points and Kolstlnen IWlkm. .O'Nsal. I, Baggy II Walko speaker at the annual Bradford All Sports Club Football Banquet,to be held at

the day night Starke, with all that basketball action leaving stretch. Point guard Bill Sexton hit 13 .10 for Jackson's In the losing cause.St.sdleg. .};, I,HIU. n,Burch.,Thompson a, BnmoUl, ,McDulflei. the Starke Golf and Country Club Thursday night, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. l
men's league
without an undefeated team after Just of 20 charity tosses to finish as game r. "' 011... 11. Wood" *, U Gilpin I. R. Parents of football players and cheerleaders are. Invited and will be admitted 1
3 of high scorer with 23 points and W4:, Gllptn t, Ramsey a,Taylor< i.Jons M.Hnrim free along with their sona and daughters.. .
nights i
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Dwayne CUmmings added 20 for the .
Others interested in to the should tickets In advance
coming banquet
buy
No unbeaten, teams that Is If yoU winners. The Hawks were, led .by Hawk. 8itJackson's ,: N..5.N.'Md""
since the banquet will be for paid reservations only. Cost Is $3.50 for AI.Sports
don't count the Oldtimers, a late entry Donald Jackson with 17 and Harold 9tStevenson C. Chandler .. H. Chandler 1H.
into the league who wiU Join. in the action Chandler with 13. .. ': '>-! Chandler Pelhaml.4,.Bly s,Hudson I,Gram. T,Jackson" U. Club members Club members.and $5 for non-members. Tickets are available through. All

Frillay The Hawks (3-1) came back to deal .lenflchemp I '" (.;: i'*" t Mduwr DyaltSlblcyllKol. >tlMnlO.Jacluaiit.WMWW.Tbomiiklm Sports
Stevenson, now/)!? 2-1. outscored the Jackson's (3-1) its first defeat behind Wishbone. .,%{,,: *->ti A *, -. ?
.
,, ".a /
+(. ....... -',_; \ r 1 accordance with Section' ". A'.**." on ''"Monday" All ..* : "IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
trw: "4Legal'\ v..l."qt'fI'. ."+ante" .. "Remge, 29-Eost, the-Cterfc-of. thWcourt re Br df.rct; Stole'el' 't'f 1
t' Florida '' rue7' 1983 by She teremted 'In the .. '
125.66. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
.
Bradford and either 'i'
County bet.--vlce on/!: :V: riuilJa.+ + ...... _. satu-J Board.oV '
; *
/<. ,fromtetdpolnfol'l>ealnr'. r<.rplohMHP' attorney or. .lmi ':imMlo.I. TV**' Unless he..- -f""-" "that toe Board of County 'ConvmlMloner whom a copy CIRCUIT' IN AND FOR
(73
: M. .nlng, ", .Neth S8S3'wr: thereafter: 'or certificates)ahall be, Commissioner of Bradford *. The propertywill Notice of .' ALACHUACOUNTY.
East.395.0 feet; then run otherwise a default will redeemed;;fcKCorlncj to County. Florida pt a'' be sold for cash ta' has been mailed FLORIDA
< South 1M3'30" East. 90.0feet be entered. against' you 1 law the property described regular meeting to be, the highest and belt bid- 'quired, WITHIN Cose Number:
then run South for the relief demandedIn In such certificate or held at 10:30 A.M. In the d.... The Board of County MONTHS FROM 12.2413-CA 1

NotkeSr "'*53'30" West. 150.0 the complaint or ....i- certificates .rlH be told' County, Commission Commissioners reserve DATE OF THE Division: D
foot, then run South tion. .to the highest bidder at. Meeting Room, Bradford the right to reect| all bid PUBLICATION OF i
113/30": East, 32.69 foot. WITNESS'' my hand the court ,house door on County Courthouse "II they are all too low. NOTICE to file IN THE MATTER OF "+
then run South BPSrao"West. and the sear of this courton the 22 dayof February, Starke,' Florida on Men- GILBERT. S. BROWN jections they may THE ADOPTION OF:
IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT Fred William Trautwein 243.0 feet; than December 22. 1982. 19S3. 1'-4; day. February 7, 1983 Clerk lathe Shot challenge MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER '
FOR' BRADFORD COUN- 970 West HousotonleSfraot run North 1M3'30" West, AS CLERK OF THE COURTBy Doted this. 9th day of w'.il\ l consider, the. adop Board of CountyCommissioners validity of the dee.. THOMAS
TV 122.69 .to the point of ;BeulahM., Moody December 1982. tion of an ordinance "will the '
FLORIDA ; PIHsfleld.Massachusetts beginning. DepuyClerit,12304tchg1ZO" .. Gilbert Brownl! relating tot' 1/202tchg )1/27 the personal NOTICE OF ACTION 'I
PROBATE DIVISION 01201. ot public outcry' to the Clerk of Circuit Court AN 'ORDINANCEAMENDING ... ...... tative, or the i

file Number!833.CP1ify 5.! Attorney for Personal highest and best bidderfor .......\..s........a... ol Bradford County. SECTION 2 INVrVaVcUIT COURT jurlsdktlon of the TO: Thomas Jones, Address
I Representative: each at the hour of ,p ,'. Florida. Of ORDINANCE NO. FOR BRADFORD. ALL CLAIMS. Unknown; Annie ,r
IN RE ESTATI OF
: Dudley 1', Hardy P.A. 12:00 o'clock Noon ol NOTICE UNDER By:Morion. McRoa .77.5 OF BRADFORD COUNTY MANDS AND Mae Jones Address
ROBERT E.TRAUTWEIN P.O. Drawer 1030 February 16, 1963 at UK FICTITIOUS NAME Deputy Clerk COUNTY. FLORIDA: FLORIDA IONS NOT SO FILED Unknownand

Deceased. Starke, Florida 32091 front, door entrance of STATUTE! l04tcha127NOTICE PROVIDING THAT THE PROBATE DIVISIONFile BE FOREVER ...
; t T.I., hon.a the" Bradford .County '......... APPLICATION FEE FOR A Number 83-06-CP Dote of the ta Whom It'May Concern \ 4
NOTICE ((904)) 964S70IV Courthouse. of Storks, TO WHOM IT MAY( CONCERN PERMIT SHALL BE RAISED Division 1-34S3 publication of this
OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 1/13,2tchg 1/20 Florida. :' *2*. FROM S2S.OOTOS2SO.OO- ol "',. !r

i...................e Dated: December Notice I I. herehy NOTICE "I* hereby. AND PROVIDING AN EF. IN RE: ESTATE OF January 20. 1983. YOU ARE'HEREBY
administration 30. 1982. given that tho undersigned given that on. Monday. FECTIVE DATE. JOSEPH M.THOMPSON Doris C. NOTIFIED that the Petition
-of the estate of ROBERT, "UNITED' STATES DISTRICT 'Richard t. Co.. Jr. .. pursuant to tho "Fic ,January '24.11(f| 1983. at YOU ARE! FURTHER Deceased .As for Adoption has
I. TRAUTWEIN. dee.... COURT. MIDDLE. United States Marshal titious Name Statute" 10:00: 'o'clock, A.M., the GIVEN NOTICE that a .. been filed Daniel
ed, File Number S3-3-CP; DISTRICT, Middle District, of Florida Chapter 060.09'Florlda' 'underalgned,. GATOR copy of cold proposed... NOTICEOF of the .. Thomas and by Ethel Lee
la pending In the Circuit' 'OF FLORIDA > Carlolta D. Miller Statutes, will register" FREHSHTWAYJ. INC.,will'sell dinance le available for ADMINISTRATIONTO Joseph M. Thamp Smith
Thomas for
Court for Bradford Coun :'JACKSONVILLE j DIVISION!. Assistant' United Stole. with the Clerk of tho Circuit \ / at public auction/ for' your Inspection at the eh of the
adoption Mlch..1hr''aph.t
ty. Florida Probate Dlv|.' Attorney, Attorney for: Court, In and lot! icoshot\ '75.C.. ....-. flee of the, CI.rk'of She ALL PERSONS HAVING '
( Jones,,
slon' the address' of"i Court NO. SMOWClvJ8- Bradford : o
; Plaintiff County 'monweoilthj'flAvonuo..Jacksonville" Circuit Court. Bradford CLAIMS OR ATTORNEY FOR
white male child born
IFebruary
which Is Bradford County 1/1341chg 2/03 Florida. upon receipt of ," Florida. County Courthouse, DEMANDS AGAINST THE PERSONAL I97S
Courthouse Starke, ...................... proof of publication. of ona lot of,Spray Paint Slo"' .. Florida. '. ABOVE ESTATE AND All REPRESENTATIVE: Gainesville In
Florida 32091. The UNITED STATES this notice, the fictitious ,Can. consigned. to Normandy EACH AND EVERY OTHER PERSONS IN- Earl Brown Florida and
nom.. and addresses of OF AMERICA. Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, i name. to.wfNBELCO '. Five r' 3920 Nor. PERSON having' any In.. .TERESTED IN THE ESTATE/ : 34S East Forsylh St. you ore required of, to
the personal. representative VS EIGHTH JUDICIAL ENTERPRISES' mandy 8M.K" Jack_- ttersi whatever In 'the YOU ARE HEREBY Jacksonville Fla. servo o copy. ., youranswer

and the p.r.onolepr..ntativ. 1 THE ESTATE OfALBERT' '.CIRCUIT. under which ore vlllo Flo.j ta sassy enactment,of this proposed NOTIFIED' that the oaV.ministration Telephone: $ the Petition or pleading the Pete.tioner's to
attorney FRAZIER. Incompetent IN AND FOR BRADFORD .engaged In business, at freight 'and storage. I ordinance should of the Itchg on
''Or. set forth .... ........... attorney,
COUNTY FLORIDA. 889 West. Madison 'charges. under tho provisions appear and be heard. at estate) of JOSEPH M.: See SALVATORE D.1
below. by reason of Veteran CASE Avenue Starko, Florida of b of IN THE CIRCUIT
NO. 82-497 Section ( ) the lime and place THOMPSON deceased
All 'Interested per... Administration Rating; 32091. IN AND FOR MOLllC .. 609 N.I. let
Uniform Standard Sill of File Number
DIVISION: herein prescribed.BOARD B3.OCP.. la
toll,. and all havingor ;,. Street Post Office Box I
sons area required parties That the purtle.'In.. lading. f!-.lj'T", OP:: ; 1 pending In the' Circuit COUNTY
wlht this court. WITHIN claiming to hove any FLORIDA TITLE l'; terested In sold business' Inc CASE NO. 694. Gainesville Florida
Oator Frelahtway COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Court for Bradford Cow
THREE MONTHS OF THE right title or Interest 32602 and file the
I ,, 8 MORTGAGE I COM enterprise ..r_, a* ft Carrier ty. Florida Probate Olvl-
FIRST PUBLICATION OF .In the property herein' 'follow!; 1/27 NORTH original O..W.F''or
PANY aFlorida OF BRADFORD COUNTY slam the address of
I THIS NOTICE: I 1)) all Defendant corporation/ '. Guy, Andrew .., .......1I204tchg.... FLORIDA. which Is BRADFORD ClARKLIFT. INC.. pleading In the office of' S
claims against the estate NOTICE OF SALE Thomas R. Andrew. NOTCIi i 'a Florida the Clerk of tho
Plaintiff.V IY Gilbert. Brown COUNTY COURTHOUSE Circuit
and ((2)) i Interested person. to that pursuant ta a CLINTON 'MEIER; BIllY 'Florida, this 29th. day,of'. REGISTER ..ltchfjl20NOTICI personal'representative'. VS. 2nd day of March .1983.. 1f'
whom this notice notice Final Judgument.nt.r.d BYRON- and ELIZABETH December 4982.: FICTITIOUS NAMe of the estate I I. DORIS C. SUN ICE INC., If you fail to da ..: thoudgement
woe mailed 'that on December. 20, 1992'by his wife :; '. I/O64khg 1/27 E'5' a Florida/ corporation ( by default 3
BYRON ,, ...... ... .... .... THOMPSON whose address
.... & SS e5
entitled CourtIn .. .
challenge the validity of the above De4bndonh. .. ......t.tHoTIC1 .. Pursuant i to' Section. Is Route 2. Ban 601. ,Defendant will be taken against"you .t
th. ,will the the :obov. styled ] ; for the relief demanded
I qualifica
NOTICE OF ACTION 86S.OV Florida Statutes! OF SALE Melrose, Fla. 32666. The .
Stone of tho ........... cause. tho ,.undersigned/ TO: CLINTON E. MEIER \f., John A* Roman.1 will ,'nolle ta1' Hereby. given name and address of the NOTICE OF SAlI < m the Petition. '

representative, venue. United State Marshal or.> i Post Off ic Box 2355 not be responsible for any hot the .vndertlgned" The Board ol County personalr.pr.tentstiv.'s' DONS AND.
or (jurisdiction of M.court. any of his duly author! Crystal River Florida. debts other than my own r Edward Jean. Commissioner of Bradford -' ..of'torney Notlc. I I. h. 'ORDERED ot Gainesville,
'. ed deputies will aell 'holproperty 3262Y .' ,12/304tpd 1/30, Gagman. ele or 'folnt County Florida Ie'' ore let forth given ,that pu....... Alachua County Florida.
In Brad" .
55 All'' CLAIMS AND situate ..i.............t.e... 'Owners. doing business offering for. sale, to the 1 an Order for a this 18th day" of January,
OBJECTIONS' NOT SO ford County, Florida, YOU NOTIFIED 'under the ,firm, of below.AIt 1983. I.
''described ARE NOTICE! name highest and! .best bidder> person having. ''Judgement!
FILED WILL BE FOREVER "" ': oat" 'thug an actlatt to, 'OP APPLICATIONFOR :STARK AUTO AUCTION. me following' described' Claim or demand Foreclosure 'ent..... A. CURTIS POWERS)
of b
'
For
.RREO. 5 a point: gin- Clerk the
foreclose' d P.O. BoH-tirJVI .,' the above captioned at Cost
!aSPubllcailon ''nlng _.'ot theNortheast ; mortgage on TAX DUD real property located In against the estate far* \
of thisNotice com ,' of the' the following/ property In Florida 3301 Intends to Bradford County required. WITHIN THREE ttan. I will sell the BY:'Charlene. Thome
hoe begun ,en;, ,Northwest corner Quarter' of Bradford '- County. ... NOTICE3'i1EREBY/ ; register said ...fktIHou florldor I MONTHS FROM THE party situated In Deputy Cloth
January 13. )M3. 'tho Southwosf Quarterof (Florida '- ", GIVEN,' Ihol )'Robert ,. ham ,.."4.,( the'aforesaid The Southeast Quarter'' DATI OF"' THE' FIRST! lord County Submitted.
V, "i", ? PersonalRepresentative Section 3..TowmWp 7 "loal'.Orio":: ; (I| .f/ Alexis Green, aJ' ,. 'i the statute. 'of Northwest Quarter of PUBLICATION OF THIS described as.-. Respectfully ,
t ; : ,'seMINOlE ,RIDGE Unit holder of the following; Dated thf 13th. doyof Southeast Quarter ((51 NOTKt. to file with the- One I Stokvls' maOffkesefSALVATORI
I, NO,;;-7,' .on. unrecorded cart **has filed said ,Jonuoiy.' Hid.-'.';'.D,' In |/4of NW j i/0 of SE 1/4) 'clerk ol ....'obove court Ton Electric MOLL
=
fLOtttLANDIIALtv; moa of o survey of land .Cars :: *. for' ,Bradford Ccgtptyrt ol Section' t*.Township" a written' statement ,ofany Pellets Jack .O.
.r Y,. In. Practsanal Section I J; deed t* W issued'I 4tpd4/i6, :South,. Range 22 East, ,claim' / or demand WPT.30-274B. Counsel for, ."''''''
'j t. TowMtHp 9 South ,. .. ... ,..."!........ Number 609 N.E. 1st Street
Ronue The
? tnvreon. .CertWcate end containing! 10.acres. they may .haveEach' -1
; '.64-770! ; ::22 Best.. BrodfaW COWHty .number*and yean of lee NOTICE Oil INTENT TO more or .las. ,claim must be In writing' Number 76041t Post Office Bon.694Gainesville.
,. Tempi Av-Stork.; < 'Florida; a* lurvovod) suemce, the description. : CONSIDER*1tI1ItJIOJI': TOGETHER' WITH '. and must Indicate the public sale. to / ?I
393 :
N,, I...,..Jeseph. Q.";; ,Knapp of the property. and the TION/ Or f.AN -OR.OINANCI ''right of way,for .ingress .(".,. for the claim. The highest and best .... '32602 ,t"
Vernle !PtOdom. Broker GRI! Registered Lend name In which It woo J,AMENDING and. egress. over end name and address of the far cash, et the. eesS ((904)) ;f71-1bcQ' "
r Surveyor" :'sold parcel bar, ..jonesied. ore e* foRaws; SECTION i'Z Of- .OR" across the Easterly20'foot creditor or his. agent or trance at tho. l204Hhg2PVBUC : ?/ C
; I Ing more ,partlculcrly. 'I CertMkolo 114 ; ;.OrNANCI m,' 77-S OP' of' the Northeast ..attorney. and the County, Courthouse.
1Ae .............ske.e.j4
I.described ,In tXHWlT"A Veer.Gf Issuencet 1973, tADFOKB COUNTY Quarter "of Northwest ,amount claimed.. If the .Storfce. Florldot at i : ,
IIAGIII -.ottathod.ro andmaa tt > of ,., .. FIOKIOA MOVIDINO of SoutheastQuarter ..'" an }
) cr ptta* .... / alia"'"- clolm li not yet due the February
.... let-Ceuntrtf Club: ....: "" '
', !% Aero .. a port hereof: : .". ConI. at Nil Cot< at..' .THAT THE MMUCATMN *.' $Sxtlan 1*-' ,date when It will become t9p. ,NOTICl'PlIASC :' : e
,*16 A.. la CHy-Zoned for awfeftoftOMoe.a "* ha* bMft Mad. ooolnsliywt. 'l/4olN8l/4 of S8 1/4''' ,11 I'OIt A fMMr s *' uK Township South, Range due shall be stated. If 'CLERK OP
% to IW; Ac. let IcceHent. ......*]. OINTON E? MBWR,,! 'mm w tin foot to N R/W RAISED litM SAS.OOI 22 fast.Written.. .She claim h contingent of.unliquidated \ CIRCUIT TAKE NOTMsf
.S Acre>.7. ee U......, s1ft --.. ... > and you aro required. to- of C 1t. Oroded Rood for 11) 125O.0%', ''; end'seatedbids the nature' SYiBeuloh Met the ''Town I
Hot Keystone Merges. =treHer! :*..Geed buy.SM.aVUkawMJ ., i serve:;d copy. "of your'lwronm : .PO8))nenWiue. West TOO It ,VtWNO Ali(; PP1C'pvf| shall. be submittedto of the uncertainty shall Deputy sreoket.. Ptslida... : E'

""' cMonaaja..If any..' .8au*.,-408 ,VH'', North .4TI.' 1.. ,: H Gilbert; ,*,! Brown, b* l..t.....If she claim I.. John...Sit.Inner I...... 'reconsider .he .clot.'Oft .:
: !f ..lt.. "....:.. '1'IoMt. to It on KKmeM. /*.- oiV''Ingv ',.R/W ,lit,Ca.; cd. NftYrood ( > 'Tf""M '" Cleft),, to the Board of'I 'secured, the "security; Thome*t"' '-. P. : tM Cloy tbcitk a ,

two.*ese'1. .... Cell StrataJH'; ; >.' -" ptSEWt/f'% attorney,:' akann .,to PC* SeI f> 'to; AU' ; 5k- County Commissioner. ,"'011 ,be described. ,Th... .307-WgsWnaton S, := 1n. spssklt.' t
b i'JSSO ta, Pt' Oldshwaar'.etl... .ll.w'' 88M ae. FrjV :) ) (.whoseoddren It 300 The Ilan. ,\'0.I Iwp'. ".T.7'A' PAYERS IN1muno 'ea"a' before Monday. ,,., .,.claimant. .,....111, deliver Jocksanvllle,. ": q
'N.ny..r. aged ......... ...!. ewIrlA4s......... I !r _'.;: ':. .'......"orUI.\\ t--whfGf." .. bid .subninoo .. I-WM-M9-MS7 ,,,
.. '. I .::;a !....... A.M.1 Written .ctal. ,ta ttie clerk' ta .M'I-'C". i' !
.,-' \' ": ,, ., V";.:?" ."1, 1 ,'lB10f. iti orbfarw 1-. ........ JcMWt>.. YOU E Of'' to the Board of 'enable the clerk to mall '.Attorney for Plaintiff, \' ;
Ja .uuIp 31. ". AM, cI ,
6 .w pspaerly ,YOW lit. pfd County, Cotnmlsslonera .ona>. copy;He each. per., 1/303Schg ,J" ,
.end Me rhe with belnj. : C ;of herewith. f '
? anginal In. ,shall be opened ot IO-.CO': sons representative. %_ s 1/, ,, "
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r Extra Innings,.... '. R ythffliC A robic '" :

Buddy Game &t ;: .Z \
; 50-Inning BI IS' Intersqund : "NArr' *A'pbtl7ni.! .) llilb.WK }J a' ey,Kihflal..Pll, rn/Or. i.-M(! S
The longest "official" game In Florida high school history Is 'a'24-lnnlrig .New' Classes Befnnlng'1.uls..'Jan 25"c.and Wed. Jan. 20( .t f
marathon between Miami Sr. High and Hialeah (won by Miami Sr. 1-0)) but "'
the Tornados of Bradford High wilt|pore than double. ; that,on Saturday! ,Jan, St. Edward's Church Hall f
29, In a SO-innlng' Intersquad game. ,' i .
The inning game will be a fundraiser for the Tornado baseball program US 301 Starke;, Florida> f fr +
and anyone wishing to help out can sponsor players with ao amount for each
inning played To sponsor what will probably be the longest bae.bafl game Tues., & Thurs. 6:15 pm.:-, 7:15 pm (
: ever Hell in these parts contact a BIN baseball player or ,poach\ Mike- /
Hartley at)9644470.,. '*, tIi
!
& Wed. 11 am12 noon
To save arms the pitching machine' wilt be used and all i9'Bradtoid. ,I' ;: ftton. ,, "
players will play much of the day. "Hopefully we can survive,lt.HarUey r Ii "
BHS said with a smile. ,t'\, '. '1. !;:. ... .. '20.00 for 6 .weeksPat : '; .
to sign for The game will start at 10 a.m.and Hartley figures it might end up around 5 J
Also Jot up ore Saturday evening Admission for spectators will be$I for adults and.90 Suiter httnictw CPU Curtffled Cal 473-2S74 or 473-3784
That's the day cents for students. t
a..Jl but you 3


season The starts ...: -. ;13e4- ".; .:;';,' ,.'}.tI"..,..""'... .1.:. : ', : 'I", : : .

game against I, .
BHS baseball f '

on.ilarcr te mart,ms for open the l,at : FAM1V(':: D&UG $KX :'r=: > L\.i\;\'.:' ,AIL ; STORES: CELEBRATE, THE

I
'
wtfJnbe
a&wnist( Clay
Palatka also.., r '

issHere'a; a r,
spirts dates of
BIIj! : =giris
helFriday} and
says coach
Bradford.!
squfor Friday, 4013 South Westshore Blvd.. Tampa 0 11122 U.S. Hwy. '41 .S... Twin Oaks Plaza..
coHunitUd
LfI't.I'.. ", '." '
j i i'
lul"ol
., The
GftMr ; : MMKViGEF !*-*,'. :. .-.

ib's- ONE FREE Wilkinson Stalnles km SfiiwfPlUS-

Cffirlty Pell is t. r1s
Thursday MedicineALKASELTZER
Flab? 17, at
UrAon SALE
Tfa'lning '
grounds
nte theme
tHW! year's
Wdlern+ Night"

clod wtilern try dinner wear WILKINSON

vmd, and : -t1. U I.1; PEPSODENT, DOUBLE EDGEBLADES PLUS COLD
are rffhe the night : ""- THERAPEUTIC M tOOTHPASTE MEDICINE

c&Muvres.titude with .;;, / VITAMINS MTTUOMMSat. ..s-oz. 17 10 .acs lOX OF 20

Tickets: are 6.N ... !N. p. 139
aWMlable ....... Sale .. .,..
C.4 members. Q2JC3!: '
-31 V 2498 Limit 2 Limit 3 pack Limit\box
04.'(Talk about <. '
:
league race Is a ; wv. Compare to Th.ragran.
for the balance 130'.. .Limit: 2VJTAMIK /
power.Hallowed f +r VASELINE

4-2 mark,but INTENSIVE
'
spot with H JERGENSN Y CARE "
feel the NICE N
@ LOTION MOLD. ;
LOTION
Georgia ((3-2)), ( :: THROAT LOZENGES BAR SOAP W IS-OZ.
Mississippi St. (
Florida (2-1)), ;* D C .. +!
'(:!-a1idaam,: __ : .'
fingt's.l.hua ,, .w.. M
wasjonce rated I Limit 2 packs "*<"' *. +rIMNAWL
trjtiand which 2.--12
1 '("i9bg ..+.. i
Sports I'r Limit 2' + NATURE'S
ORGANICS REVLON
s"OIIv. ,at BUS.hW :: : U": 4:1.J ORAL-B SHAMPOO or NAIL

Me BHSJV f league.v.bulMlbiU.baik> .. I : BCOMPLEXWITHC TOOTHBRUSH (CONDITIONERUOl.. ENAMEL
til>>i IS Oldtinwnva 4z a 1TTHI 3 Itftl 0 Sat. t IS
.4730 Lonachamp t ter' YOU* CHOICI
111q.30Stevwuon v sormof iseMS. c T
a.ss .b ,eM 89
-
LliMKk( al BIOS....girl.. : 2/3 Limit 2ARM Limit
Mcyjj eTMSIevmwnv'iJ; ,league 30 Jackson'i. : Limit :2 t

,itVM Ha.IIo.... W Compare to Albee. ,(,Oil
& HAMMER
MfiG with C. Limit 2 NOXZEMA' !Jr.I

1Sn'vlll,' ..tBllSJ\n ( : : BAKING SHAVE .....
IIIVI .i ,Ui DIET AIDSCAPSULES '
-. SODA CREAM' )a. .
,
Bfr Co. at BUS w ( : -.- -
.BHS wratllm al VITAMIN 1101t ...., .
Mooaema
/ tC O M+ sr SCINTS .
:mJealo M "'
A&Dnnuof / y /I91 ; :
'' '
: / 00 39 \
Ar too 3 / FOS .. ., ,
--- to* l.3S k ..
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bw '-'-'
1 28 Rag G,20 r-- <
2138 i Limit 3 l.lmll' 1 Extra.Strength. "Ii""-'"r -

.a.- ---
-
lo a : Limit' .. _
w J:
Basketball : BRACH'SCANDY 'BRACH'SCHOCOLATE .'gFERROUS

Ab"fWo R.J.E. t N RrUHCH* rtL['vflole 'I' COVIRSB'CHERRIES -
s-sz. .
PI fJ 'hd at the SULFATE-..sanu Of too' ,.... .? ....nch.,' .ASSORTMENT n-rraa*. .... t... ,
S .
1 .
f day night. CBDZ9 .... 1.4Saa.. :
S fit it andopener : 491 p ciyjCBEO 5ftt .f.. j88Lk ii'o.L.(
A second contest J -.",.-
..,, ,r. w. Limit 2 ... .
f'
Compare to Fvoea)
A
.New Tablets. Limit 2
Pops Up HOLLY HOfiBIE;
bled Air event '' PALMER'SGIFT ,, VALENTINEHEART : KEEBLEfl CHIPS
r DELUXE
BOX(
re&ntly:. that 03 a. .
thj ginning of OF HEARTS qi" COOKIES "
.On Dec. 25, the BABYSHAMPOO S.DVOZ. .3-W.... fU"" ta- *. .....1,SS .
Christmas Day ftft "
ccWtring a < .
tajLSwtey. ffv. '.It-41Z.U.: M. 9.". "iJT'.j.: ,.
| There were ., 'Limit, 2 :s .
initial race, with ,2/219
Taly-City. Ca: < '

of and Lawtey race coming i i Compare omit 2 to. .JohM. "" n" ,.

ning time.. was "
minutes. '
.I
Johnson who'
,
event Is looking .- L
s ,
m 1
more participants r t ,;.
1941 1 FLOSS WAY i 1 t
DlXle e-ra*f fM all, JS aa. P1 t..,.,,&, I i.

Signups, : / 2L129 ''I'lIllI; r. .

... ,
Registration ; ,
.
bw In Starke ".v Compare'to Johnson's":, r i _. ... ,1
I 4 ague 1 Umil ,
< play )
staid" with the ... '(if .
Ma; h.Players. 2--------- ". .. .. \
can ,, !- EYLIJRE :
legs,. for IHO_ ) ; 1 ri :

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'I (, :A late comeback try fekw- arZva aak
I(!,. : ; ,.I: : against Interlachen Tw as --MnatAtxaM,Wllum S. WMMKetaw. 't Dt&t ar a5f I Long dr$ +54 le aN'llnef Teraado
';the Bradford High junior Xarjity Glares,Hayes II,Q'Natl 7.Took T>-..-it"Mltclhall J% batketbafl astasr .
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iiianux1t1'4.$ eager slipped to 44losing & .nasl.oaf.. .. I M 4. Hobos J.. M. i
\ by JO with 1 minutes\ :!ten!ilte S.mU.M i nO.tiK>....1'1._ia|M"
Baby Tornados mad a game!,.(out:' of Lan14NE1..4: i iT71.m.0..dh.4r. !1I
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Kenny Holmes and Frank' 'Long .. II II ..44 ,)
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Annoui&es the opening of his office at I .e{traded jumpers* from 1M corner on 4 NIIdHtII. t M I. J.ckew. N ft,
down the floor a* Bradford RolnM*1 M..Sxmll M 1O0a.111. ,Czar
STAHKE I close D".a., TMta "*!*M.OUUMH l -
PLAZA <* .. gap to 8 at 43-34 with HMt, Threw t, CAlctweII .. Sltwt S. f
4 J, tJ8 to go:Then when Ricky'Gainey ..
JAy.,HimUn' U Nan, II.KIIII.IIp'IIdIoy"
.; ;; swiped Ram pas*at"halfixmrt Brad- Lamis I,.RullMli**,JoknMM t TMrfH I*ll-l... '
.R f ?' '..'forahnd a chance to cut the gap to six :
Hwirt: 9-8 uLA.'F1I,,. 1 I ...' 1:08 but. a.inity COUldhls'{ net his ,..:..dlw4c....c.. U'S.' I B* U ISIS,IIMltchta .Ya.aoo.r > 4/ ..r. .

I driving layup to stay In the hole In- 4 H../ackMi U<;LMI*
e PMORE 9E4 4 68 teriactPettr'whlch has I list iu tone<< on tMt SKM aN,Cw.kfham, 1 1*I i,OliMqr I
I the level this years held on to win ..I..Hotam I M,CaofW I M..Trdr M..*.. +..hs6
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Bradford High'Tornado wrestler
will make their home encore Fri.">
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,f Jan. 21, when they HoB*"
day night.
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OPENING SALE I .. Santa Fe's Raider for the final horn*
'! wrestling match of the season. ThaVJ
dual match Is scheduled for 7 p.mhulrl
In action last week the Bits grapplers -
) slipped to 1-6 with a 5+.I'OM' at

\ftttuwntan l 185f''En lSl lawood Rd,. Lemon Bay Shpfl. Center. ;Engiawood' .* 8233 N.W.,.88 Av..., Town piara.Sftpj| .Center.,Tamarac Gainesville Bradford wrestlers Buchholz overcame but a' couple hurdles toft' .* y

that stood in the way of individual. '
honors. "'-*
In the biggest match of the night"
BUS senior Michael McDuffle kept"-
his unbeaten mark Intact by dealing"*
: Buchholx't own undefeated*
140-pounder his first defeat. McDuf-

fie now 1M>, won a tight ft-5 decision 1 1iq
over Bryant despite wrestling)

8roggy.
.. McDuffle was thrown by Bryani*.
E.- early In the match and landed off |he;/
mat. hilling his head on the gym flooir>-

.... Afterwards he said he didn'j,,
remember anything from the match,'i j .
The two stocky seniors figureZqj;)
lock horns again in the district touii-r\
SYLVAWA : .. i nament next month.Bradford's .

LICIT I BllliS LEPAGE'SINVISffilE ATARI '. GALAXY TRIPLE WATTAGE KODAK senior other lie-pounder undefeat.ewrestlers Ton 13*

,:;fabetyes: ;,'tee wan !v-.a.eo-ll.F .,TAPE GAME CARTRI09ES fA, -FORCED HEATER COLOR PRINT FILM Pierce, also stayed that .w.y. Afteity)
to make the
battling weight Pierce
OfF : fWOMJMfL'Wft .-aKrosuata also had to battle to get past Gibsonof
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!, 6ff' fWGIIUR : 249,9' !cisi cues w 219' Buchholz. He finally did pinning tusv i
with seconds to in
4. I ,Ili. te0 au opponent 50 go the a
may I tn.1..10.... ...... ... .J.I((n, B-minute match to up his season ma k
Till,* vary(by store. .He s l ctlon of 900/1250/1500 walls. to 9-0 with 6 wins by pin. .-,;;

The only other winners for BUS;.,
were another senior, Curtis Jones
who recorded a 4-0 decision In the 129

l VIP PRO HOT pound class, and sophomore Donald
CLAIROL 34 Thornton, who won his 5th forfeit victory
5-SHCLF, STYLINGBRUSH of the season to up his record to
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1... 1.I REST.c!'!_' :?:L:, ,,8", .Lesi! '2999"-way conV01 ,dlat.3" BUS 'LiftersBradford -'i 1301O;MoH

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::100 I __ I .." ':;"'1(",, oulnruscled by Hawthorne 4s 33 o "

\: ., last Wednesday but many of the Tor**
4" I't: nado lifters showed the kind of iM'tJ .

l weight coach Jimmy
provement
GfNERII.'EUCTRIC/ '
AURORA Prevalt is looking for. 1
',' STEAM,.a ft. DRY r ic One of the biggest leaps was made

......... CALCULATORFabric by senior Kenny Wright.' whose 480
:.'"_ .., JI..lltllLe 1ILcc..N pound total for 2nd place In-the !6rj'i
r '''',. '''.- r ,'. .... 1"411 zi pound weight division marked an (ran/
:1TTJ : provement of 25 pound on the bench
.
: 1TI1 and' 20 in the clean and jerk over

r + \ (1419' 5.9' r.rre rrrrr rrrrrR Wright's year in lifts December.in the first BUS meefofthe I

w. guide to" 7411 rrrrr r.rrr Also Richard Mayben and Jack
select.' .19e1hPVrt.} ;'*
'went
ll.SELF Brown up 30 pound on thjtlf'
PLASTIC
,. totals Lonnie Hamilton -wept up.25: 'e

; pounds in the clean and jerk
a 4e ., PLASTIC FL '; ........ LafayetteChandler and Donald \
Sava "" GRAN f_ Y i ?8j Thornton.pushed their totals -upJZO.
tr atl r ss- {PMN MULTI-BAMB ; F
y pound, and Sam Tyson. Tony Davis
b w.e 4.110 34"w ,AM/FMTABLE- RABCO- ter-r'__, ,, o aa and Billy Rehburg improved .IS;')
11.1 tie eii GI a a aa ; pounds. "

d : .... fN t1\ .. l at a a a a oa Only Individual winner for BHS
ra 000O were Michael McDuffie with a 463
total in the 148-pound body weight*
.2119
,
I i a' I ; : _ LLOYD'S LCD CREDIT CARD class and Chris Cribbs with a J85
,. taw x WT VINYL 1, CALCULATOR total at 114, Hawthorne. won the, otto*
ele1 '
': 24-"' watt! ; 1e1a_.

i GARDfN TV channel*; Z-13. "Ut Wright's and Richard' May68

'"j. HOSE !' ,..... .... 799La hoisted 480 for the top BHS totals of

.... f.N sift tiltf 1a t less LN I.,.,.. ...........r.. and the day 4S$ ;by followed Coleman.by McDuffie'*".***?

"" Cw ( :., Maa.%.sq..rti .a me1orY".YI.JI" The next two meets for the Tor>

& nadoes are at home with Union County
: and Middleburg coming here,,
l' ( ', l. GRAM IfWXTHEMBKEiT BASF AUDIO' BLANK. Wednesday..Jan. 19.and Baker Count; .
ty coining over for a Wed., Jan. 24,
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,; ,'. "' -4- : ;;J(.1 meet. Both are tel Ilut.t1at 3 p.m, at;? '

.'\. '. NUFWHSNAUTO AM RflMOWrTM 'J'" tho BHS welghtroom. ...: ft I
MMMRMU TAPE ,
KNEST PASTE I, .. rf. ., ........" ..., n14.m.A.01007' .
.. ; 114-11 niRIS CHIBB81BMU' hr ndh.M rInk. ..au,.
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791, Hotert JnlM iB> 110-'*_ ,. Frank JUirldrMi7 .
41.. 1 j jN 1..111 lrt-; / .1' 518. = :.M'. 4t L r> rtl.'rh.ndlar' ......
I" \ -' \ 'I :5e 114.li Hair5M. 1> Krnny Wtylht, .,} '
''n., ,.. I '.' 2'1"__.SKTnay DIVM.BU '2111_ 14i },
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J" 1/ ERIC < II Warm (HI...... I. )I".eha.l Karly"iHAn
__ aivm-aao. 41 Sim- SprU B> m-iit-m n+Tt'i
Rnhman iHi as,. l> ;klchard Ma>imiP'! 7

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i Sanmrla DonaM Thanll.git' | '
5Y to lOLl ; 'J' .. DUftACfLL .a, J' Jamie./ W1111.kad/a1eP
I '! ,\ R. aL : .. *AARATTERIES -, 177201r':,' ; '.. :....A..
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.. ';f.' ""' .' > J. freshman Maria Reddish and junior.! ''
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I. "i \, 'I : Vonda Kay Hall the BHS girls basket t
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I..' "'", I ''I'. ,,J ..' "" ''I,. .. .y ,.... ,... ,.Gainesville. Eastside last week to f
<1' ; fall M*9 on the seasonv' ., .1$;
S4Y; ..'; ,.)::11. .4. ,:t 'J. Reddish tied her seasonal heat of W

: r_ : :' <.. ..." ; """ !' ;..... .. ..O--1.w.. ... ... .. .... :u... .:' point but It*:'last Vvann't Thursday enough against to prevent Sanla fh1"r. '
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.... II ,< .. ., ... .... '.UIIff....,".... .. i"' Raider
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"41 ( ." r "i \ ; ...' ', .. Il' ,,.. I I .I/ '.-"r' ;!) at"M 'C. 28-f.iOhtt. e1Netit Rt by CtlilstAl trolbeyl, oJ'JI' )
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-1 I.l H I .,,,."<'H", ,. I Casey Puts Budget Cut at $443,599 i

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', '."<" ',, ,. Painting a W43.S89 budget reduction .$33,276, in ctabgorlcal program budget for use. on re-roofing Phase 3
I '. .' ? ; as tight but not impofislbla-ta- funds unspent. of am and BMS.
,.... stay-ln-the-black financial: picture: .$58._ a cutback in cenatructlo4The :
Mining Supt.Tom told the school board funds. i 7 v e bet a special meeting at 7 p.m.
.J P. : Monday Case 17.it ha his latest state required budget cutback Monday, Jan. M, to open bids on UM
i .: : ,estimate. has been done without bothering the .two re-roofi"? lobs. Plans have beer
' Ordinance ," f approximate $V million operating! Supt. Casey says he hopes to got Education, Supt. Casey said
; budget., It chows funding cut of through the school.! year in the black
1A) ;\,' '$941,414r1/ the Florida Education and without disturbing the Instructional .:Okayed payment of $7.020 to the
(From Page Finance Program (FEFP) and equipment program, architectural firm of Dotnpe,Paluzst
project concerning ft'eca'of peat 2,2SO In district mUIoge, i,7M '. Vyvttrberg plans on the
mining on the environment,but DEB in regular local taxes, ",1101 Ia la other action Jan, 17, the school re-roofing Jobs. Under the contract W
*1 said tile''proposal would .degrade budget error, and a 4.49 percent or board: : percent of architectural fees are due
water quality in Cow Say Swamp and $33,278 cutback catagortcal pro- onceDOE! approves construction
Sinuns Creek. 1 Heard presentations from .
nearby I grams two par. > Brewings.
I At Its December meeting In Live The cuts, Casey said will be'made ties, local attorney Terry Brown and
I Oak. the .Suwannee River Water 'up by the following budget changes: current labor' relations negotiator
I,, Management District board of directors An available $68,500, made up of Tom Forbes wanting to be ''the 'Was ,told that board member
assigned first priority to the Santa .$15,000 for not being\ able to find a bargainer for the school board In IU Patricia Spengler Is chairman of a
t Fe Swamp In Its program for purchase speech' therapist, ".500 from a negotiation with the teacher union.A group of 30 counties Joining togetherto
of endangered wetlands in the .duplicate entry of the gifted program, selection will be made at a special represent their1 wishes before the
Suwannee River Basin. The district $17,000 from transferring two school board meeting scheduled Mon Jeallll ture. The group is a 30-courtly
agency now has $2 million In state employees to be paid with federal day, night,'Jan. .24, at.7,p.m. segment of the Florida. School'Board
funds on hand for the purchasee of funds, $10,000 .In miscellaneous Association.
such lands and more money may be budget items cut, and $20,000 earned Accepted for evaluationand Mrs.' Spengler'says the 'group will
forthcoming for this purpose under a 'in interest. award by the Food Service staff bids i for higher per student state
Department of Natural Resources .$118,500, available by not buying on food and supplies. funds for counties with sparse populations
purchase: program. three new school buses a* originally and against the current coat-of-
Early fait year Georgia-Pacific planned.. .Approved transfer of $30,000 of living index under which some counties
showed no Interest In selling the $168,388, the" entire fund balance in special maintenance hinds in the receive less than 100 percent of
swamp. However 01 Don Morgan said executive the operating! budget. operating budget to the capital outlay the state set FTE funds.
SRWMD lasts
month that director Georgia-Pacific, recently Lake Dwellers' Rep's :Argue for Swamp Protection.. ..
indicated it would be willing to talk Lake Dweller's Association president Harold Hill, and ,
Club Week 1
III about the matter"after the first of they attorney's: Richard Hamaaa and Mike Horarelch CII'oIll. Starke : Recognises 'Jaycee' ,, January 16-22
...,,!, left) argued the case for a swamp-protective ordinance '
'. .1 (- January 16-2211 Jaycee Week cond and fourth Tuesday at 8 p.m. at' a Starke Jaycee Auxiliary. KeystoneHeights
s J, The Starke Jaycees: have been help the Chamber of Commerce building Jaycettes and Gainesville!
ing the community while developing' in Starke.. Jaycette will present program on
themselves as leaders. As a Jayceeone However; the 'next scheduled the JayceevAuxiliary to all young
cI can get involved in 'community meeting will be held on Tuesday,Jan ladles 18 and older. Refreshments will

I More'Socials ............ development, management develop ZII, at 7 p.ra. at Hercules. Inc.. 7M be served by'.the. Keystone, HeightsJaycettes.
ment, and Individual This .
development Alton Rd. Starke. special :
i i Brandyn Podg tt Elton Daymud del,,'rr, ". ". A 1. The Starke Jaycees"meet every s.. .meeting is bribe, purpose of forming An open Invitation Is extended In all

''I' :'Celebrate. Birthday Shower Honor. I -..rt1IUI( IV. P r... & '". ..I FAMILY : I
""'" -- \ I SALE. :: I'I+#U4'ISDAY; .
: Brandyn Lauren Padgett;daughter Miss Ellen Daymude. whose mar r= IF... FRIDAVASATURDA\,
(CI :of Greg and Julie Padgett,celebrated riage to Kenneth QuInton will be an lOW .IC &a.-LCI ,
I 'her third birthday with a party Satur- event of Jan. 28, was honored at a. .
t :day Jan. 15 (her Urthdate was actually bridal shower on Tuesday night, Jan.
: Jan. 14)) at their home on 11,given by Mrs. James Starling and
0' :SR-2251D Mrs. Albert Sparks.in the Graham
Lawtey.
I Over guests enjoyed a Cinderella Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.The ,
:cake and Keel-aide during the party refreshment table was covered NATIONAL BRANDS SALEI'Karnes I
,t ;:hours of 3-5:30 p.m. with a yellow linen cloth and centered
; Assisting in serving and taking plc- with an arrangement of yellow
:lures was BranoWs grandmother, daisies. Daisies also encircled the'punch
e : Sparks presided at
Betty N. Hazen of Deer Springs Lake,\ bowl

I, 'Keystone.Among those attending were Brandyn'l the the cake.punch Julie Starling Mrs.assisted Starling at cut the' yoy,,;know ,and trust at savings up: ; to :.45,Oo,

sister, Rare; her grandmother gift table.
Mary Padgett; her great grand-, Mrs. Alton Dobbs of Jacksonvillewas "49'J At.UES', .. '
mother, Mrs. O. J. Norman and her among the 40 guests attending. 11'.fiIIm1'"atr.LIX'I r

great-great aunt Mrs. Nealy Carter. i a ..al
On Thursday,Jan.13 Brandyn was
treated to the movie Peter pan, by t ,
her parents and sister, and afterwards 9.
I to Showbix Pizza Place where .1.. '
f Billy-Bob presented her with a cake, BEAT tNacaMel'
J: record and tokens. The whole family rlelcs

4 had a very enjoyable" time. THEBINGES _wa8Hlln1t '

/oly..l.r/oetlen.I
ft ftStark.* Joyc*** p" 1 e.M.UL) ... e,
ICMn:
Extend Invitation ( -- WOIfrTOPa'
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N Are you Interested in helping your l 1 I t .i11.,L
,(, community, having fun and making. 1\\ '
new f i leuds?' "J t "
W "'The Starke Jaycees would like to Invite .
ti the ladies of the community, 18 -,
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years and older, to come out on Tues -
day, Jan. 29, to begin a Starke YOUR mOt l
Jayceette Auxiliary. Bring your husband Q7 1883' 99t1a13'eRI .N, a
or boyfriend and come Join inS CHOICE I 'MN1A7 1
:.the fun. ) \:
D Open House from 7 to 10 p.m. at the ."IMIZU 10 CUP Dar' STP taws oIIIANa \ ,, INeNOO DsHneeAta'
N : of Edward's Road and 1lAT'n1lllU corr8MAKSn Conon/paty.4 Badnt*. aa1AkS
comer Alton CIIcoIoe _._. GAl TNIA NT .. .
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Irate fW' MI'1OIQhI .. Mans 2 v ,
I r loos onto dews. 4
iRd.: Sponsored by the Keystone 0_ a .' ,;;
M Ins Tall. tlsou. + .rw-For. N..pp d151 II. 110'. e.14, $
:;Heights Jayceettes. Learn new and proper ...,._141 Ts"ode4.afl.. .$0'bahte..adn'e. a .Illder 11\1' 1wit 1 1 will, 455i5 iWESTBEND -

eating habits that can,
M St. Marks WomonJHold become as natural to TIMEX (tIMEX I
Find
Elections you as breathing.
out how to lose pounds
s Herbert Thomas was and'keep them of I.JOffll .
Tenomlnated president of the Women '
q ::of St. Mark's at their Jan. 11 meetings WEIGHT .
'which was presided over by Mrs. ., '.9 _" y
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WATCHERS ail
a. ::.Thomas. .. '
; Elected to serve with Mrs.Thomaswill Lose weight once and hr all/ ,, ; r.

;president be Mrs.; Mrs.Kenneth James Gilder Blackshear vice-, I,.WEIGHT- -- .WATCHERS... ...."..| ,_ \ _: : $HJ bl.\I.lkJf", IjE


S ,'treaaurer secretary;Mrs.Mrs.Flossie Use Prescott Grlffis., : $500 :i' 19 31!tl.JI6! o9's'3 .1'2!!

worship halrman.These officers will I '' WAS 2a.w was sow ..... wants... oaxsalalr hNCS wAa a:.
O .be Installed by Fr. Arthur Lee at the I DISCOUNT I' 40T.MOUMD AMnllLaD 'TTMCXWATCHES/ CLXCTMCMRN>8M.U H HKN**TMKMUI. SOrSl'LBVrS) CttOKSOVSH
.Sunday service on Jan. 18. I __-......... I II SLOW COO4SC CLOCK HAMO TMWX CLOCK YSLOUN POLOS' UMPKXWKAM/ ACTTVa SHOATS LAPWVMIA
Following the business meeting I ...--rS d...... j Non-"d, 'nl.lor,. .ep... ..._. .odel. ':', eel.nd.I.' ,,Fry I*KMd_. CalltnnylonStarke / vnour.e., ally/eolte..6N1. Or, /41.qus ly. J.Sy, a Do."nl1' ..",...
A.aos.q"- tea LEO a..dk4My. -,_ ,. ,
;Mrs.Thomas gave a program entltled"The ; J OFRS on no. 12. iias ow 1M meek. nyl.XL ens.p sae' "nylon )(1". wane$, saps.OAN
( Dove on the Wire." O..IIId.dloca.nlllld. / '
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_C Senior Citizens I //n ncounl. .:::'iiMciairm. ....oils 011W Wad 'iofftn EII.I _

I woo SUIT WIne 1II1I1ICII1T lu ... .,' .n' .
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Citizens met Jan. 11 at the Pratt St. Edward Cath. Church .
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Street Recreation Center. Severalnew
441 N. Ave. rasuTS: ?
Temple
: members were added to the club. ,r 1
{ Beginning this month we will be Mondays 6:30 p.m. ,
.meeting Tuesday at the Pratt ',, <) ,
every \\\1:" ::1 ,
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;Street Recreation Center at 12 noon. Thursdays 9:30 anv ,_ HFr.T ; 1_.
ring a brown bag lunch: and coffee. For Information call .COMTt! ;'LI8TU1H11 TWIN' 'IPUU" rILLtsCasts
more /T
U'B i tie UILDIW
: furnished the club.
by

tlC. :i Lawtey We Invite, Brooker all Senior and Hampton Citizens "in as TaU Free..... w sesowa.99. ',COI.OIEUIWJII17'AATI8EI"'ClC229TMLna' 22'494, 5.4 011O- 494 '.M-UO'fEMI.n.:7, n.:11H DUNI TWIN

well .. Starke and in the county, to 1-800-342-9155. ,,tow sou,toll I'fIICI "NaND l" "41IICIS .
'
P come and get acquainted and enjoy '- sae s weir. \ SOLID NUsUN SSPARAfs wm a.n '
t< the fellowship of our club. .oFtsaen 9*:=aFLMlI/en : ..--:: 1 19 :oua oL 3 1. p po1r.d kl .ere else. .' 47 kl
s WAS"N CApalAaa. to : dt WASI,, WAi dellw 1'laa x arse Mode, ,WIeas1c1.D// ...; ==. w wed
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I era; 'TheCityofStarkeCommunityDevelopment :

: n Block Grant will hold a performance '

I hearing pursuant 'to the Depart

ment of Housing and Urban Development V :, ." ,' I ,

regulation CFR570 .431B7 on Tuesday
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bli i January 25,1983, at 6:00: p.m., at City Hall. t \ w\r2z:0.4 & i2 ote/xltwtr ::5 a.courtr 1warls a.is wow!s a_o fwd1L

;) The purpose of this performance hearing ; !'AaeOtM aLAK/M Ifd{ S tSAiNAS'tt- LAlatir"

is to close the 1981 fiscal 7/o.Mw wed': ; LPA r LsRe/'S ADOOStM.r ,,t1SCK eNORS, tYOlllt Se/t1N1Er LtllASl/11gp slig
; out year pro r TYLvla/slass.,, IeMgn6ou4ss, M.f,, tt ydWyhs.ps.,,
&idii; U/tale/l d..Ml.t.1a. .k.le Na 7> asserted
gram.;The public. is invited to attend and ;
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ones early. McCarthy says. "Judo Is the;; 1 ,
The' .,.hleh'i i''school :leafeterla .In ,much more than a sport, its a way of 'Instructor then. make a kneeling bow' Y
K y>tone }Height undergoes a. teaching self-discipline and a sense of. together to open the class.The claw'H''
; .transtprntattgn every Thursdaynight. personal confidence in yourself that, closed in the same- way before 'be. 1.'y
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> .' carries over into your daily life." students are dismissed. 4
,The' table !are,moved back: and Members of the Junior class file In Stretching ,exercises follow, theo, '
: large tumbling, mats tate their place. and take their places on the matstn a McCarthy teaches the students'their 4 1 '
: Its',almost.time for Judo classes to single row.The rules of conduct In the, next step. along the\ toad,to mastery.. at nl' A'' 1
I beglfe'' and instructor Wayne' McCarthy class" are followed quietly by even the this ancient art. "i, 4cp
: ; who holds the rank of Second youngest students. :Judo was offlcally founded in 1882 in _
Degree Black Belt : his first class of the evening'the ''McCarthy gives the highest ranking when the US.J.A.(United States Judk
juniors who range from -12 year .student. a nod and the student says Association) was founded. y +i iYS
old, pUyotsukV* which means attention, Ms classes 'in' 1
I. .Keystone Heights last) March and tht, ;
:number students 'ofi' all, Isgesi!"' brat?
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ed most of bill Instructions on the long!.: Wayne McCarthy shows the class a new hold. McCarthy holder of fifth degree Black Belt and a past president of
road to attaining his second degree:.(: learned! from noted. Melrose resident. George Bass, a the U.S. Judo Association..,
black belt from noted judo. Instructor 1'':"
George. Bass of Melro e: Bas, whtf sive positions gradually become more
served aa president of the USJA for a, i' and more complex as the student adv ,
i four year term, holds a relativly rare, ,i ncelU Students are paired off for
fifth degree black beltGodan( ), more ',challenges i toward the end of each
than halfway to the ultimate goal of, ,lesson when they get a chance to use ;
all serious practitioners of the art':>< :Vail, qf/ theirskilh' under the watchful
I' the ninth degree black belt -is. jejrts.!, of McCarthy.
Judo is one of the few sports In the f M '"Once'you progress to a point N,1,
U.S. or the worl for that matter.In ?Wwnere you understand the system and .
I'I t which ranks are traditionally award *;/'eel yourself, improving, you really f.
I .ed for proficiency. ." "frbejln to get a lot of enjoyment out of 1
The' colored belt system, whlC'j, the lessons" McCarthy said. "We try
begins'with the white belt for beginners -',j. to stress four things achievement,
1; 1 then moves on through yellow; ",'u respect for all the competitors mental .. w'1 ,
< orange green, brown and black; has>!;;; alertness and confidence.Achievement -
I'L i: !ti proven to be a time tested method of j';'r comes from advancement
:: providing Incentive for students and ,!I through the ranking system. Respect
Instructors alike according to Me- ') for your classmates and your cornpetltors -
Carthy. There are three different j; In tournaments comes
I'I 1. degrees at the brown belt stage and$ through close association with them
nine degrees to work toward at the. t; In the various activities. Mental alert,* fri
black belt level. i peas and confidence go hand in hand
"The belts are Important They are)''j;j 'as you advance In.the ranks and
something to work for and they also) J 'develop' the skills to back them up."
Eti identify and deliniate the- ranks for.-I ,.> Judo can truly be a sport for' all ., ,
:: different students within the class," .. ges and people in' different physical r r
:; McCarthy said "When I was a beginner 'Renditions. '
learned a great deal from wat- '. J'Tve seen, handicap people'
chlng other students who I knew were ..t become very McCar-

.;,.,. '., .. ,' ,. ,. -t .,',. 11>ft". ,I \/J\+' 'ranked higher, than I was: Its an 'hysaid"The.< ) : younger students can
orderly transition as well. They definitely squire an advantage they
rersonalln.trueUon.I.: students always know precisly whar start young because the skills are so
'It Keystone J.* lnstruetot.Wayna/ McC! rW'y. Bolder of ft second ik*"a Bto "'.; they are working toward and theypan s W veae tte pragroas:t.o""l'-' '-. .
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II Candy... Stripers- a big" hit at BCH: .


.yAaao8..nhottsLHM tients or lust being there for the patients since 1073 by Debt's mom and member Bradford
Special Writer to snare quiet moments with. Hospital Auxiliary
There III a group of young ladle In "Recently the girls caught all our Doria Overstreet. The pages are fill
red and white pin-striped dresses that ER (emergency room) records up to ed with news releases Candy the accomplishments
Bradford Hospital. would probably date. Mrs. Moore added. of the Stripers
.find get llong without. Caps' arid pins are awarded throughout the years.
The Gnu Stripers make beds. 'throughout the year for outstanding In addition the pages of the)scrapbook -
:pass out food trays, deliver flower* ,service and whenever extra hours are are also bursting with pictures
:and mail to rooms keep rash tee put In by the Volunteer at the hospital. of smiling faces as the girls ride on 0 ,
;water at the bedside of patients plus In addition to the volunteer, work at their float In tho Christmas Parade { : s f '
';'a million other duties. they are also I the hospital, the group plans{projects I or entertain their mother at the 1 14d f t
need ,
available when nurses during the year in order w raise
Christmas tea,or have a day of fun at
:'something done. money for the Rescue< Unit. Klngsley Lake. Perhaps the biggest
The girls are unpaid volunteers. One of their most interesting projects smiles of all can be seen In the pictures
They are the Bradford Teenage la presently In the works. His taken when the girls were ..tW.lt
;Volunteers, better known by their name la Michael.a robot with red Disney World where statewide
former name 01 Candy Striper 110 aptly blinking eyes who "swallows"recyclable .
dresses.A convention of Teenage Volunteers U I to y
described by their blight
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held two
Candy Striper must be M-M years Once,Michael does his Job the every years. riv .
lot and willing to devote at least the il
age Volunteers take turns collecting Patients In the 'hospital will' r
eight hours a month In serving her cans and turning them into a recycle probably
be greeted at some point
f community by doing volunteer work during
II Ing plant.Created
their stay by the beautiful faces and
i at the hospital. by Sandra O'Brlant- ,
The ,sanctioned by the the sparkling eyes of the TeenageVolunteers
organization Johnson, Michael speaks through
who walk the corridors of
!I Bradford Hospital Auxiliary is open touching poem affixed to his chest
!I to girls and boys. So far only the gurla written by 1 EMT Dan Cuddington. Bradford Hospital with. their hearts Meet the Candy StriperS..,
O the back
hands extended.The
in the community have taken advantage of the and Brenda Wkcs Tends Moor seal Julie May. *
Michael la located in the lobby r Fr..len Ifrlfht on the'frest row are Sue Adno user I
have Kim Norman
I girls many making Surat Illlllard.
i of this program.Today time hospital. ... If he hasn't decided to go during the money such ,ties Beth Workmsst and Shirwi Manning. In he rnhhll row.are: Jaroths Merrily .
projects year as carwashes .
i i ladies are volunteering their '.ml Sponsor Debbie PrtMott
for a stroll. ,roek-a-thons bake sales. and, from left to right are! Weedy lulU vall.,.TsMmy Griffhi,
and the
i effort to help out patients Although the Volunteers are first .
staff. at Christmas they have a drawing fora '
i hospital and foremost dedicated to their workat W
"It's a tremendous way for young the hospital,they still have time for other ceramic Christmas house. or some 'I'? 11Z : ". ; '
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to get their foot in the door'says 1 I ( "* i P '-ft "am ri's

I:ministator Bradford Mrs.Hospital.Judy and director Moore of assistant nursing ad- La' k. Ch.v-OId.3, 'Inc:

"1 wish everyone could see the pa- i
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I!refreshing. They are Just great." ,

Debt Overstreet Prescott sponsor "
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Auxiliary, is a former Volunteer k + PfI : .' 11 "
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? 1983 Oldsmobile
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replication needs to be completed.
require that a C average In school be Classic' 4 'Dt
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5 3 year.their own In addition uniforms Volunteers which can provide consist : Gas:Saver' 1025'Cruise,SSP, All(Power&,Luxury' ., ,i

W of either a red and white shirt which, ; ,A/C,.stereo. Super Nice- NI023
:SZ: costs$I and is worn with white panta, If ,
:a:;or a pinafore which runs$18." i '
:=z:!=applicant Once this is is accepted accomplished for membership and the- $6fOOO( Rebate-i-< 10"pO: Rebate

Jgj'5 program, she presented must attend by the Mrs.orientation Moore Plus :11.9% Financing' 't!, Pirn \11.9'/.:Financing .

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:-: Anyone between the ages of 3 and K The incorrect date was printed in anyone 13 or older. Plus 11.9% Financing ,Plus 11.9: ,%"1 ancllaq'Lake
S who wishes to enter the Bradford the Jan. 13 edition of the Telegraph.
O County 1963 preliminary If applicants wait until almost fees for registration will be: beau- .(SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE
y:: of the Miss Florida Sunshine leant deadline to enter they must prety $30. modeling. $23. talent i S20 and
6t must get applications in by 19 a.m., register by phone with Mrs. Norman photogenic$8.
:5: Sat. Feb. 12, to Mrs. Oebra Norman, at least by Feb. 10. In order to enter send an application '
2 director of the Image Maker on The pageant, formerly called the with a 5x7 or larger photo and thee Quality Used Carm
Bayless Highway. Dream Girl Pageant will be held at appropriate entry fee to Mrs. Debra
; Applications may be picked up at the Bradford County High School Norman. The Image Maker Rt. 2. 24 Month Available'.Most Cars
S the Starke Print Shop, Kenwln or auditorium 1:30: p.m. Feb. 12. An, Box 2703. Starke Fl 32091. or phone Warranty -
BHS: admission fee of$3 will be charged to 964-8849 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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; I Lake Geneva Mobile Home Sales

':79 Riviera 1 ,'' Ott

SR 100 -1 mile East of Keystone Red LightX4732879 .'82' S-10 PULike. \ Al'Power '"'

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: Model-3 Br,Bath,shingle roof. Used Home 24x44 '; I .4.

wood siding Reg. 19900. Price good only 3 Br., must be seen to be appreciated- $500 S

:! with this ad (must bring copy of ad) down,$130 a month. ', i fit a

Week16,900 8,500 '82:Cam fo- ..,,:,.;,.:..:...!.'..r.j
This CM,$mrACS (; '79 plectra '

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I landing 'unit Wins :'$' ,500 ear a;;; Qr" cost-saving _modification !. Thank-You BUDDY tuna to Donators ays

{ l ; r. i .( I I '" :The ;it Bradford-Union Delinquen
Sand Dependent Youth Fund Inc..
By Mark'Frledlili rBCT would like to thank ever'onphoKe
Staff Writer ': support has made it possible for them
Eight national guardsmen working to continue their program of aid to
at the at Camp handing at Kingsley: ;, : : : [ children whose needs art not covered
Lake have been awarded (2,500 each :
: by other-organizations
for: coming up with unique trainingmodification Donations to the';Buddy Fund were
that will save taxpayer-' : made' ;'b/ the' Shiver's) Club BillAldermarj'Cainpaign
over $ieoooo per year In ammunitioncosts ; ,:Uyal. Order of
alone. the 'Moose': Civitans.) .Klkettes.Tlmberwolves. .
The modification was accomplishedon : Rebels softball team
one-trf the Guard' anti-aircraft. of children under the
and a'
) group":
the M-43. "Duster" a twin-
weapons
court:
barreled 4 nlm'mobile' cannon, J yt: isdlc: Buddy1,on'9f.1he j fund' pi-rates on apurel
mounted treads. ;
on l volunteer basis and all donations
'
Gunners trained to operate the M-42 ;
used directly
are
t made to them"
must undergo annual profflency test* needs of th *''children. the only
for the;
on the range and are required to core "'
a minimum amount of hits on a small, exception} b4insi! { bankjecs., I
\
pilotless drone operated by a controller : '1 1e: Bl/ddy '-unit' pfovfdes'such'
on the ground. rtcrrts 1\1\\ clothing forcfaldrfcrt
The big problem with the M-42 according necessary t
"oJq\! hgmt'ilwcre I ; burned
I fabttplfot1f'4
to Organizational ,,47r
\ school uuppiiea'upd'bask heeds for
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Maintenance Officer Major. Wayne hr t. \ \ Childrer)'nr'children taken I
Jordon la the cost of the 40mm shells withlll..fewye''I'i
which must be used for the two big from parents' and funds fOr medicinefof
cannon The cost of the shells, even ::4I :4- a child,,00 !Medicare, !;,,who., had exceeded z J
limit
|the drug
bought In quantity as they are by the {
: :.AH.vhiidrert aided hythii'; \ fun<| are
National around :
Guard run seven
referred\ bi, the Ministtrtat'Alltanec.
dollars each. "
What the men accomplished to, ( Ihp', Divisioii!! school, o principles.'tnq'volunteer( :1)'puth'Servici-s), ,. t>r.vdrjiius ii( I
design a standardized mounting' i )
/ ,of th'\ ..Judd Fund
system allowing the smaller M-40 I ,
,ioaid thesechildre'n Msing'the
machine gun to mounting directly, ,: try t wjlhout ..
atop\ of the lager 40mm : Now- 1 t donated fund\ whenever;possible
weapon ;< l : ,
at cf when, ilunteer provided.;i
) ;as n
the fire,
gunners practicing on range : : : : '
{. shells out of the M-60 which cost much : 1 : biiseball/ |nitf<)r.u,", chifd.'
:
'. less around 19 cents each. ; '
if';' Aside from' the lost' difference t'}' pcntee'rti'troflt\ (he'Buildy.Fund are
?,what sets this design apart from other?! ,! + available. to svc'llkI( groups\ Kur, information
r cost: saving modification tried in the1f cont''rllmKpl'nkl'rK/ or
how to niake donations, call ''HlttvWurrert.
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adaptability, according to.
"_ Jflelddla.lbe ; '. : !16-4,1:1112: ;'' You can: iilsit callWilliam''or
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i:; "The gunner tires the weaPon eixf' 1 k(! : 1 Judy Alderman. !Mid I IWH( ;
orlur'1. ur
;: actly) the same way and they report it \ : ': James William : I Wilson !Hi4-riir7H -
JcUllc"Jnnl'rlHi-I.lllli\: : | make dona'
:.'feels' the same as well Jordon said. f ; & the
l!: *1t wouldn't do to save money at the )I: : ?. lions

i expense of having a group of gunners : .
pwho have never really' fireo a> real' l
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rrT'g'+,; u.s _. i d1fJ. t PAPER : Enveloes' I

i' The U.S. Department, Agriculture has ',announced'' a I! : If.} : By Cascade 'Reg13.65

P. 'payment-in-kind' ) program for,; f ;J w "' i ',, Buy 1 Gel 1

t j the 1983 crops of wheat,corn, grain, .' .
f ;sorghum, cotton and ricer FREE w e ,$995' '
r. Details of the program have been } 4 Drawer '
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|f:r received by, (ASCS! ,' Agricultural;; 4 .t 4" '
, V,:, Stabilization and Conversation) of-, File Cabinet" p
| ,fices in Bradford Union and ,Clay "
j I ,'rCounties, where 'seYl"'al' hundred 1 t ly Hen E4 314! I j !r/ .,, ; I
, :A,farmers are eligible for the volunteer ; : :
tf, program. Corn, would be the. main
w; crop affected in this area: a "
+;, !fAs! explained- AgricultureSit I. SALE' ;
,i : Secretary John Block;a farmer who, ,
+ I
l'h'' takes out of production additional : ,
.commodities ovet+.'what he I .

iacres rec out under k"'ll the P\e currentjprogram| cetd J* J sdsfi" S9.:0: : O-t aI1' n 1''
MBK I' .n I' ld have!q r -. n CU 1esr
these acresCommodities
11. grown on ; I
r.for the PIK program may come from "

t' 'farmer-owned reserves,regular loan, Typewriters 250 .: oo
..;or CCC-owned stocks. ; ,
) 'The threefold objective of PIK Is to'
reduce reduce surplus
production
,
", 'stock holdings, and avoid Increased ..
budget outlays, that otherwise.t>e
,'necessary' under' price support pro-,

grams.Sec. Block said worldwide demand'' SALE SALE s

;is weak due to financial problems of
foreign cUstomers and a strongdollar .
making U.S. exports more ex- ","'tIt" Dented '', 1/3/ Cut 'r 1 -.P
pensive. PIK Ia; aimed at'.brinalng. I Mostxecutive : tj
supply more, in line with demand, ','; Appointment File D'E' Rubber
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Block (d.: DESK '
Farmer can expect to receive the "Jh, Books Folders Stam s
same greater net returns while the ;' .Let
stock adjustment* are occurlng.-:'-. I,,: .,' By Eaten $27500Reg. Legal er Made Yo Drder '
cording to USDA spokesmen ; : r
The signup'period for PIK will start : -.. -' ;A8 ?ypeo '434.60 ?807 Li 5 3Day Delivery

January) 24 and run through March 11. 14- jst> es Others '208 -'281We 100 Service .
and farmers have four possible op-: T" 1- Repa'14.50' '
lions for making their 1983 plans; 11 ." .g, :.. ri % Reg. 11.20 ,
in the ;
They may: participate only :' k
regular farm; ;' programs.or in- the" I .", .
regular program plus the'10-30 percent .'I' .
PIK( ; they may withdraw whole;, .; + ,
entire base acreage it': their +ti.il2? '
.base bid is accepted; or they may not S A l E VVV : SALE SALE '

all. _
participate at I : 7
Farmers wishing to take their entire '''I' .
base.acreage out, of operation i 1, Get Your'" ,
may bid to do so by specifying the per*' / ._ Bankers t Final Week' of Hallmark ;

I cent of farm yield that will be accepted : ,, BJC I .Christmas',! t
.
In for all of { ,
return diverting th' : :
their acreage.;' Any amount may be \ ,4';, ONII-MSUBK BoxesA Gifts' ;& Cards ?
bid, but It must be no more than 'the '. Buy One Dozen for Sizes ". ,

.., .offer The rate number will for dependon the of 10-30 whole percent-.base Ule dever bids PIK.accepted .of: ,i; CalendarRefi&qjf $4a20: Buy. 2 Get ,3rd, Free! \ {' 50% off f t% ( I 1.i" 1..

signup for the 10-30 percent PK the' '\+ Get Del ,' + ,
2n4 f REEj
supply-demand situation1' for. each, 11/. .c t tit'
) commodity, conditions In local. areas .).;'f! '' 't>r! r
and other relevant factors. However rWt!' L ,
in no case would the amount.divert :;
exceed 50 percent of the total county,: All Typ .' \

baser CCC; reserve, the. ,tight to rejeeUj L ;
or all bids.Conservation.' .1' & .
any use acreage ellglbill- i- SALE 'e SALE, l.S! L i"

r ty requirements would be thesame as .11 \
t [previously announced 1963 pr.- ''la.,. t: W.'Y" .b'A'" I +'
.fallow rides,,: ; I
Plunder summer PIK1"J ,1 ? % off =
acreage must be'acreage that would... OI rli Gk' 'ot victor uD|, Folding a' ,
iY| have been planted in 1983.rc'U .
When farmers sign up low PIK they l el 1: Calculators Chairs IAII Al urnitures ; .."
.;will contract to a, certain r ar '
JJ amount of bushels or pounds of u'com: Via I, r. Rep. 1S8 iRep. 15.10 te ,,......, .duriJaniB i
.w
YourI
sal, modify they would have produced on *. j" t
Cj PIK acre;Jhe percentage& for" com "Is Saliit'13' Salgy2 SfI

"ri: 80percent }lp PiEE. r "
Program participants will receive j i'.t.
i'y Pi: payment in kind during the normal .. Paper wateK .
harvest! nertod. In order to give f; .
=I..' producMi marketing flexlb "," l'' : <1" 'Y .,1.>.>0 i'.'+
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I CCC Wii iy a storage COIIH *t 'J ., THE' .
|of payment In kind redemption\ ." + .II d l,, o 4'r".... .y e I ... ", '
._ delivery of the commodity, not to e* : : OMB-M. : ;"I\ ,OFFICE'. '

:teed five months. I "" 1M, Ji ; .... will be IB and I .Annualatorafijtte] ,t1M 1'' i t .H'. : .' SHDP:
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4Ffttmr ...
of ,' ) '
corn. I { r f4 a. ,
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t ., may obtain! Aril taUe.**'*, XI ,1U-' ;, :("' ,:.tI k :. ., \;flay It out tGwnlIIdo "11 probably pay.maii; When;you buy tt fntt9a ,,, : ." ''I tow.Catt: \ r.j .

ASS the PIK o gi. .m.rrom'r.the ., 1 .. ,yot1 N gt .."'t'tittllea.;'ndwt: Daly,taxes 1 ri" r 3dlor .County:. .Ms''theilig" it ,, 9 44.574: '
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Jan: S4 llayaylji|>, .II)!III .j' 1M q : .. \\;.I'Il", : ..'" 11Ift t'wlliby gowrnment e and school tvstflt+ntdya t ill stele contract / ,iJ'< ".: kW'F'YI'),
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sal toast-free H I Ion,' 'r 4K"I"cor'.,Io I ."+. ,. .'" '"'"I,'" r. ,I .. .. ''1..t-..... p".....;;gXeslr,. cf. \\1$ "' &1111 1\"..;. ,, '}. Ir tuul1 ,. awl.oty'Sl', .t!: ai "!4VO i..+!'" { .

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"" 1983' ford wheel drive F-2SO A call was
I :. il; pickup truck missing from the lot of brln". they said they had no.
t5 J ." ,to ',1ij., ;' 'TerwiUesar Motors last Sunday has ,salesman answering the ,description
"I' 1"I of, the man who came to
l ll \ l I .been located In Avon Park, accordingto .
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,, ", ;,. ".11& Investigator Steve Backus. rwil1egar policedepartnent'
I I : w. Early Sunday morning talesman In Sebring was contacted and Detec-
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; ..I" ;', I' ,'j;.. Warney Adkinson notlcied.a vacant 'tive Kent said. ,he would check taround
: ; !' where the pickup wa parkedand that, there Was another dealership
{ pace
I t rrr started Investigating. The truck eight miles away In Avon, Park' ,that j" !he
9Vno valued at $17,387' Could not ,be 'accounted would check out. .
for by any of the Terwlllegar The dealership. In'Avon Park said
personnel so the police were called. they did have a salesman which fit
Monday while Investigator Steve ''that'description and di'ove'a'' car of
: Backus was' talking to Clyde Ter. that description: also there was a
boib r willegar and Adkinson concerning the 'black 4-wheel. drive! pickup sitting l inhi
f. t I > y'ion,Moo-
I H t. theft Adkinson remembered a 1IIfaher.ln'lavew, ;
the Ford dealership In
salesman from
'Sebring which had been' In' Starke According to Backus the Avon Park
K 4 Saturday looking at the' missing police apprehended the pickup (the
i 4 ( a.' sit, truck. The man said he' was a windshield with the serial number on
___ .. ', ; salesman and had called earlier to it\hail been replaced) ,and arrester
see if Terwlllear'had the type of Stephen Bruce Fish Fish,was charged
diesel truck he needed. He was drivIng ,with stolen properly and altering'
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a new car with the stickers still on serial number.
''KNfy it and dealer's license. He.was>released after he posted
After looking at the truck he said he bond on..the charge in Avon Park A
had left' his father to-iaw and the capias was issued in Starke for Fish,
customer at a local restraurant and CharlrtIlIlm.with grand theft-auto.
would go get them. The "salesman"left .Bond was set at $5,000, Fish posted a
I ( rbrr -r-r rp and did not return but Adkinson cash: bond.for the grand theft-auto;
saidhe, thought no more about it. charge i

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Starke Doctor Found Innocent.

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Of Negligence by' Local Jury,

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a r Appearing 'before Judge John J Linn which had 'developed' In the
1''y/f Crews last week were two civil caseson wound.The Bonnetls charged the doctor
had been negligent.
ar. f is w charges of negligence. Both Juries
found no negligence on the part of the The jury. found no negligence' the
t : case. Pro Sundusadee was,
Truck Load US-301......... defendents.- ? "
Loses
Pulpwood on D. Franklin Bonnett' and his' wife represented by attorney' ; ,Gary' r B.
Traffic slowed In both north and southbound lanes to see maintain most of the load which prevented a Mg traffic tie Judy charged Dr. Kiert Sundusadee Tunis of Jacksonville. ".,
what was going on early Monday morning. up. The track was reloaded by a pulpwood loader which with negligence following treatmentIn The Bennetts were represented'by
,
Traffic/ was only slightly Inconvlcnced when a stanchion came to the rescue. The truck was on Its way to Container November of 1979. Bonnett was attorney J Randall Hooper. of'
started giving way on a pulpwood truck causing the togs to according to Trooper Doll Roberts and Patrolman David treated In the Emergency Room at Gainesville.
shin to one side. Cram who were on the scene to give a hand with traffic.. Bradford County Hospital by Dr.Sun- Wednesday the case of Levemeror
The driver was able to slop the truck In the median and ,.;y dusadee for a puncture wound in his Ferguson against Sportsman's World.
1 Inc. was Jteard.'The jury came back
right foot on Nov. 25. The case;.on
Dec. 13, was turned over to another with' no negligence on, the part of
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': physician for .treatment, ,of an..Infec- Sportsman's.World, Inc, ;
INews\ :1'
'Briefs r ''Y ; .1 '

. . . . Hampton Man :Charged '
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Man Loses Car And HitchhikerA while intoxicated, according to FlIP Corporal Damage to the Pontiac was$150, according to I
".R. Hobos. FHP Trooper B. A. Williams. ,
Connecticut man picked up a hitchhiker in Wilkes was released after. posting a $300 cash In Gainesville Drug .Sale,
'
Jacksonville on his was to the Starke area Jan. bond. Karen Backus Williams of Alachua was On ,
5, only to loose both his car and the hitchhiker.The CR-18 east ot Brooker Jan. 15, driving a 1978
man rented a room at the Holiday Inn in Oldsmobile when she struck and killed a deer. An Investigation that was begun by organized Crime Unit ot/ the Alachua
Starke for he and his rider. The pair had supper, Deer Cause 3 Accidents... Damage to the Oldsmobile was $500, according police in Columbus Ohio nine months ,County .Sheriffs Office.and
returned to the room to watch TV and had a few to Williams, ago culminated in the arrest of a ,Gainesville Police Department;
Georgia Annette Howard of Brooker driving Trooper
Hampton man on Cocaine
charges
drinks. 1980 Ford, was five miles west of Brooker whena Friday afternoon. Troupe's 1981 JDataun truck was also

The next thing the man remembers was whenhe deer crossed In the path of her vehicle Jan. 12. John Scott Troupe, S3, who gave his seized Local by the agents, McGraw said.
agents Jed
The doer was struck by the right front of the Woman Caught Taking were Troupe: by.
awoke at :3 a.m. At that time both his hit- 'address as Hampton Lake was .arrested Columbus polices who seized
chhiker and his brown 1979 Cadillac Seville were vehicle. 'i! Contraband: into FSP... around 2 p.m. Friday after he cocaine-laden airplane at the a

gone. Alsomissing was the victim's,watch an&sa <". _Damage to the Ford was$100, according tp ? 11 .. I' Imn G'I'' '':.:.'.'..':.'was acre dellvel'e..bout.J.'OUtte..of' : ,,>there,rineinwn Hrajo and traced airport! 'Us
W. or + Cfw
D. the
Trooper Iort\llr"HI ''
estimated-llTD IQ V''S.-Currency; 4according> I, Laqpt a .. \ .ti nsyAlvin ( '' j a. -.Ine.valued..t a hotel'in '
$18.ooo.1to
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t "' ftrfsoto4 iittlii1 43.SA.6a1nAkYUla/ iaUia 9ioJ
to Patrolman-Greg Nichols; .. .Patrol. 0(/t"r; ,,-;,- chlO'ledf w ntrp*"... I'tGrjinn'ivtifenOdnmtlarcoti' el"idlrMifbtlcs; II ;
thinks ; bstnfflhto Florida State ." \ .! '?" 19. .. 'itltfja, gntialaflln
The victim he was drugged by
"Nathan" who is 20 yean old Is 5'9" and weighs Britt Howard, Jr., of Lawtey, driving a Green knowingly'entered FSP with'marljuana 'agentsi; according' ; to Lt.ciiht McGrawof Troupe was charged with trafficking
175 Ibs. and said he was from the Tampa area. 1981 Pontiac, was eastbound on CR-16 west of carrying marijuana on her person, according the"combined Narcotics and \ in cocaine and released on bond.
The investigation Is continuing, there Is a war- Starke January 14 when he struck a deer with to'Chief Deputy Glen Moore of the Brad-
ford .
rant out for "Nathan" as well as a grand theft- the front end of his vehicle.: Sheriffs Dept.Starke r -
auto alert said Backus. ,

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2 Arrested for DWI in Starke... ''
I | One-Of-A-Kind l
David Lloyd Crawford, 41, of Bradford County, Family' Planning Clinic' f Trim
was arrested for driving while intoxicated Jan. oPt=ICmaHQP :. Floor
4, according to FHP Trooper W.D. Langston. Tuba( Llgatlon (Tubes tied)) j > Most Models'I I I
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Bond for the charge was set at $300. Crawfordwas A Vasectomies j att.cy a wbtt.
released on his own recognizance. r ,In The.CartonHundreds i
No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed. ( : '. '
Kenneth Doyle Wilkes,33, of Baker County t to ,
\ was arrested Jan. 4 and charged with driving 964-6500 II Choose From I

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i Pim :-1 J""""i" .Ii" I '.., ,; al ';J" ; The recent holidays took on new bags out prior to the holiday and .again at Easter time.
Nell<< Vince le 1 following brief illneu. .Mississippi, Mrs. Phoebe Baker ofEustls P meaning for a group of youth and returned on Halloween night to pick The Pathfinders Club under the
NeU Vlnie Prtngle 89, died Wad' In Mr. Nguyen ,Fla.and Mrs.Jeannia Nutting: perhaps had more meaning forsZ up the bags which had been filled with leadership of Russell Nail is open to
Jan. 12, In Lakeland. moved to Vietnamaand then to the of Oklahoma; S8 grandchildren and :I residents who were on the. receiving food. Several boxes of canned and boys and girls ages 10 thru IS. It Is
A former resident of Lake Butler, United States,moving to Starke seven'. great randcnlldren.I' -, "JF: ; end of a good" deed. fresh food were delivered at by the Seventh Day Advent -
949. Prlnglw .jnoved..to Lakeland in years ago..He was employed by the Graveside funeral services<:were I Thanksgiving time and ChristmasEve Church at 1649 W. Madison in
Clay County School Board at' held at 2:30: p.m. Wednesday.Jan. 19, At Halloween time the members of made possible because of "Can Starke.
Survivor! jioclude one'tron, 'Henry Keystone Heights as a cuttodian. at Dyal Cemetery with Elder O.: M. the Starke Pathfinder Club went ning" and the generosity of several
Emil Bradley of,LdchoocheeFla.: ; Survivors Include his,,wife Mrs. Yarborough officiating. Archie T..n- "Canning" instead of Trick or people in Bradford County. The club For further information call.
four daughter, Jeane tte'PresoMt of Trieu Nguyen of Stark; ten children (doer Funeral Home of Stark In chargeof Treating. The young people passed is planning to distribute food box*', 782-3438 after S p.m.
Brooker,Marie Nichols; Emma Pr-- .Muon Nguyen of Jefferson, S.D., arrangements
.ingle and Kay Watson, all fJ.akeland' ,Doug Nguyen of Houston, Tx., Hong JMrt. J-t
; one brother, Lowell L.: prIngle .Nguyen of New Orleans La., Hat i Crawford'Mrs. New Horizons, 'to Retreat Feb. 5 I
of Sulphur, La.;, three, sisters, ,Knepper Newburgh,. New York Artie O. __ :
Vynessie Barber of Sunny V*) vCa.. Nominlque Nguyen, Ha Lam and'' Artie.Crawford 84,of Lake'. New'' Horizons, a slngles-agaln Horizons has grown trememdouslyover divorce or death of a parent. There
Marie 'Mikell 'or;, 'Maccfenny,. and Haun Nguyen J.aU of Starke, and Hoa.l: her Monday afternoon, Jan; 17,>: group in Starke, Is having its second the past several years, said will also be a "How To" period;on
Mamie, Markham lo1. ,Branfprdi;,,SI Rang,, and,.tlUOINguyen alt .of', at daughter's home In'4*Plant' 'City' annual retreat on Saturday, February member Suzy Pfennlger. starting our own singles group.
grandchildren, seven.:great grandchildren Saigon,Vietnam; 20 grandchildren. following brief Illness: <- 5th, at the First United Methodist Three refreshing, uplifting .
and" v.t&feat..nd, i\ 'Gravesid funeral, services were.; .. Born in Lake Butler, living most, of' .Church Fellowship HaU. speakers will.,cover positive stress Registration Is due January 26 and
**. Burial'waaittdatf held Wednesday,Jan. 19,at 12 p.m. at her life in Columbia County, sh was Dedicated to helping divorced,' and management, feeling good about I should be sent to First United
; Jan.: 14';ii :<)ak Crocby Lake Cemetery with Father'' the widow of the late Harmon! widowed themselves over yourself, handling personal loss and I Methodist Church with a$10 fee which
,1Dli1 Burial P_ rjc,, Lakeland| (Joseph F. Finley officl.tlnKArchie: Crawford, She was also a member of ,trauma of losing. a spouse, New dealing with children going through I includes lunch. '
i Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was the Primitive Baptist Church.' I
In charge arrangements. 'Survivors- include one daughter,
'RaymondC.Eddy.il Mrs. Jeanette' Knight,of Plant City;
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Raymond/ Charles il'$7jofMelrosa 'four FLORIDA I t I 1
morn; Willis Swindell sons, Vernon and Ward t
died Monday Inns'Jan. Willis Swindell.\ 79, of Stark died Crawford, both of Lake City,. J,,T. 1
17,' at hill home Santa 'Fe 'of and THEATRE
on Lake Wednesday morning,Jan.19,In Brad- Crawford Chlufland Lester
following along\ illness. ford Hospital following an extended illness. Crawford of Providence; one sister, '
Born In Indianapolis,'Ind., Mr;; Ed- Mrs. Thelma Leathers oil Sanford 20 Starke 964-5451 l
dy moved to the Melrose area irk 197 Born and raised In Bradford County grandchildren and. 17 .great grand. '
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from Atlanta, Ga. A' retired was the son of the children. DAYS ...
salesman,Mr.Eddy waS a member of late Scott Art and Funeral services 'were ,held THIS WEEK
the Melrose Lodge No. 89 of IV* A. Swindell of Bradford Count was Wednesday; Jan. 19,.at 4 p.m.'ln the Fit.,thru Thurs. -CSi
Masons, Morocco :Tempi Shrine self employed as a and was-- Chapel of Archer Funeral Home) of
Club, Keystone COM, and the Trinity the oldest member carpenter of Hope Baptist"...Lake Butler with Rev: Paul 'R. t I .a ONLY 2e
Church In Melrose. \ \
Episcopal Church. ;,..Graham4-officiating. Burial lwa.' in
.survIvors. Include, his wife Mrs. He Is survived by three sisters,"Douglas Cemetery In Union County.
Alma'L. Eddy), two daughters; Mr Mrs..Minnie Rhoden of Starke, Mrs. Archer Funeral Home of Lake! Bugler
Cheryl Float and Ms. Yvonne Campbell -' John .Jordan of Palatka, 'and Mrs. was In charge of arrangement f $9.95
,both of Metro*;three sons.Ray
Gertrude Thames of Palatka: onevbrother
mond 'C. J, Michael and Patrick A, Walter Swindell of Starke.: ) Everett B.1Jraeewe'l. 1( 0 per rsoffl s
Eddy, alt of Atlanta,Ga.t his mother Funeral services will be held Friday .. Everett= B. Bracewell.83,of Starke, Minimum of 3 rooms =1
Mrs. Emily Heath of Jacksonville; ,Jan. 21,at 3 p.m. at Hope Baptist died Saturday night Jan. 1$, in the ,
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and seven grandchildren., .,_ Church with Rev. Buddy Hogarth of- 'Alachua General Hoepital; following a
Graveside services will be held at dating( and'. Rev. Pat Murphy .short Illness. '
10 a.m. today Thursday Jan. Mln assisting. Burial, will be in -Hope. Born in Bristol; Fla., he made Ms Furniture Cleaned cpl
Melrose Cemetery ,.With,Rev.: Fred Cemetery with Archie Tanner home In Jacksonville most of his life
Yerkes -officiating. ''Jones Funeral Funeral Home of Starke In charge of until moving to Starke )13 years ago. 301 DRIVEINFri.
Home of ..Keystone Heights Is in He retired from tile St. Luke's -- $
charge of arrangements. In lieu of arrangements; Hospital where he worked In the' thru. Mon. 3 9 9 5. (

flowers contributions may b* made .JoseVall: Morelra maintenance department and was: a
to the?Shrine ,Cripple Children's member of the Everyone Gets It
( Jose Valle Moreira,83,of Hampton> Evergreen Baptist I .
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died Tuesday Jan. 18, at' his bom*'
following\ an extended Wn_. Survivors include two 'daughters' 'i In The End C.T1e "
James Slater Sands'James (," Born in Portugal; he moved to the;: Mrs. Corine Corbett'of'Starke PLUS .'
SlaterSanda; 79, of Lake United States at an early age where: Mrs. Ann White of Jacksonville Consumer Carpet 1! i
Butler died Monday. Jan.. 17, at his he was employed In the coal mine until >, ,brother; J. C. Bracewell of Jac 'Rd//I ,
horn following 4 brief illness. his retirement.'_ ville; six sisters, Janara Cleaning & Dye Co. 'g
Mr. Sands had lived In Jacksonville Griffin. Ga., Elbethel
He Is survived by his wife, Mrs a
moving there from Ckwinvllle, ROM Jaldar Moreira of Hampton. Gainesville, Elizabeth Brack ,of .((904)) 778.3796
Ga. in 1941,where he had resided until''moving Funeral services were Incomplete: Whltehouse, C.llle! Langston Jacksonville
to Lake:Butler-" -14 yean ago. sc-of? presn time; Archie Tanner -Sophoppy, Fla':;"Florence Yonn'* l Rated: R
He had worked In dry:cleaning and ,Funeral Home of Stark In charge of Jacksonville ,and Emil Hogarth .of
construction work and was a memberof arrangements. Jacksonville)<12 grandchildren and U I Slmwlm.: 7:10
the Methodist C nireli. greatgrandchildren- :', 1
Survivors include*wife,Mr*. Ant, Elsie Bradley' Funeral services were held Tuesday '
ale Bell'" PurceH Sands 01.Lake Mrs'Elsie Bradley; 83, of Starke. Jan. U,< at- graveside:
.Butler 'one daughter,.Mrs.: Vondell ,died Monday,J.n.19,at the Bradford Evergreen Cemetery In Jacksonville'with \ H
Lee of Lake-.'Butler *one' brother, Hospital following ,an extended ,II- Rev E. L.'Bradley officiating. t st
Jessie'Sands of Haines City; two loom ''Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler
sisters, Mrs.' Redetha,Williams of Born and raised in'Baker County was In,charge of arrangements. -
Jacksonville and Mrs. Lizzie Knightof she moved to Jacksonville for sever.lyean
Glennville, Ga. four !grandchildren before moving to Stark, where i
and six great grandchildren. she' has resided for 47 years She wasa Card of Thinksr .,,1
Funeral.'services 'Were1 held member of the Oak Grove Primitive r9k.May .
Wednesday,Jan: 19 at 1 p.m.:In the ..
I,,,Baptist Church; ol.Macclenny God bless each .n a "" ,
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.Funeral ,Horne .of Lake Butler' in George Bradley' of-Texas; four kindnesses offered" ,we" .are!, dteplyl, 1
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1.-I: Eleanore.J."Palme I We're Celebrating All Week...

r r Mrs. Eleanore SU Johns Fumes,; \HELP WANTEDThe

?' 60 Hospital, died in,Sunday Atlantis' at Fla'John. :.Kennedy. b Monday, January 24 thru Sunday, January 30

A native of Callahan, Mrs. Palmes '
moved to Atlantis from Starke 22 'Bradford County Sheriff's Office Is now tak- \tBC is Monday Tuesday Wednesday ThundaySgeG

I t-f Lakeland years.ago Regional. She was Medical a clerk Center at ing applications, for ; an Investigator/Deputy \.. ... pr.. Sandwich, Soup 8 oz. Chopped Sirloin

. and :,was Sheriff position.:; available '0. II oW trim M."lmMi C |ra.y r ptppns. a MUM .
a member of' Trinity, Applications 'at- theSheriff's .
of Cod d Salad Bar & Drink ..*..* HIM. m,...... FTMITwit.
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Titos;Sharon Fussell of Winter Haven; a hOUSe. Call 964-6280..- Equal Opportunity Employer -4'" ""Y $3.99 *
I t Wei- soul 'Chris' Palmes,: Garth- ."" 4.25
Chase Palm,.all .or' .1'-;.., ""' Ail ro
I .Janotl)qty t:bvea,, itr.nd-,,, r-.. : !' ,:' '
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two sisters Mrs. Ruth Christian of" Sirloin Tips
Whispering Pities N.C. and Mrs;
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brother Jj4e": ",Richard,: SH John St.John 0('Brade of Starke)tGn;. ; Tuff Salad se a Drtili . . . . . .. . .
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Lake died Friday morning\ ,'Jan.14,at ti MONDA JANUARY 24 .

i1j rill residence following along illness.' r 3ti i : 6 OZ. Sirloin '
'i -In Henderson, N.C.. Wti Gill' ,r Baked tatOOlfrenCII'Friel $4.44
: > had lived In, the Starke area since IMdt '[salt,'Salad! Bar* Drink f...-. ... ._ .,>:. .'. .,... . .'. .. . . ,
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June D. Gill; four boethmSldneyas, '
'.. GUI of Maryland, Herbery Gill of Art; ,TMSt, Salad'Bar A Drink .. . .". ';, /.X. ."..'..<. .". '\' ... . . !
,In ton:W. V.r Leon Gill of P\8'I1AmS l rr'.' (: ; .
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j i one sister, .BlrSwLcenai" Collins of ;. : : :, V ,

.'Maryland Graham of; *:i two Starke<-tepsons,< Billy.i ),, 8 OZ. RibeyC Baked Potato er French i. Fries ''y ,; ,$ 5 9 9 i

>of;''Kentucky and one DouglasCombs Step; 'T ast, Salad Bar*)Drink, . .,.,x :,. r2'. ,. .> . .u ,v -'. .!. :
> daughter,' Phyllis Murray, several a fs a Y I ?.,: .?,

nieces., I and nephews.O; r--, TMUIIHAYJANUARY27' -' :. < :.:dV, : i'V "." ii.-- ., .

.p.Graveside m.MondqJen services: 17.hi were Crosby held' Lake'tn. t! rA t'1t Shrimp ALL YOU CAM EAT (oine-in, ; dnfyf f'* 's 5 ,,, $7.99 i \ :

,.ficiating.Cemetery>with Jones Rev.Funeral'Greg Douglas Home/of- : a s Cbolct of Ifstato t, Salad Bar* Drink 4 .,*;vi; r ci./'v.. /. ... *,1", '-A j" ".. f-f/ ". ,
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V r '" Homer feryanSlke* 16 'oz.',T-Bone! Dinncr Baked potato or;Jf :$7 99

,JBrandin? Homer,,,died Wednesday, Bikes; Sr.itfehe, arT.j an.'of' .french J f dQ..J'as" Salad !Bar* Drink ...."' .+, L..',. ,,,,r..,.?'.. ;w.-I" .: .. ,A :i.; . . .

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:Qee Rest/ CLAISI"'D ADVERTISING 'INOO..AMIIICAN J JAN. 11.Ill Furniture, LAKE LOT on sand bottomed USID FURNITURIi Sat and OFFICB 'PAt'-U,'facing I.... "IBothl: home" ".""with, OtASSnt Bo.?'... brown'rlmmed -

should be 1U..ltted. 10 .... LEGION HALL.Sr-21. Sotur- lamp, ..Itchotlll...... electric lake In. Hlllere.t. $800 Sun., Jan 21, 27 "5. 2 Lawrence Blvd. Next door 'Ir.I<<.. on lake Geneva. tinted Loot In vicinity:

,.. ...,_...... lake' Mann.cHic. day.. 7 p.m. and Sunday" chain ow. CR 392 down" $,..... per month. bedroom tulle., I'dining to. Andrew Drug Alee' Fenced back,. yard., S42S of REWARD Keyttene OFFERED.School Fhotte.
= Steve Broadway : I r-and p '. 1-3 p..... Public ,twit. ..... I/O three mile Gatorbone. Phone. 473403 er room sulfa,, I. dinette *... ...orat large offke far plus "" .". 479-1428)), or Linda Col. 473...,..
; : va ; credl' I. tfnchg 1/20 "pdMOVING 473-4367 oft. 6pm. 1/6 North reoklyn Bay Clrcl. rant In rear ,of ,building 473-23B3 after S p nrt! at
T RE E' SERVICE : a'reaclv' ..tabll""". wHIt ALCOHOLICS SALIi Sat., Jan tfnchgBIAUTIFUL 3rd haute from HVW2I. facing) Flamingo. Call( 1/13.30 2.chg 1/20Itpd
3 : this off lc.. ANONVMOUSi Closed 22, 10 an.. to 5 p.... LAKE GENEVA 1/20 ItpdMASONED 473.3411.1/6 tfnchg MELROSE ARlAi IBR. unfur.nlhjd .
1 ak Removal I MONITOR STAFF CAN- _tings Monday I p..... Drape, bedtpread bike, acco** lot ham $9.900. .....WOOD.OAK. COMPLETELY, I FURNISHIO cottage with lake'
; ; BIi Open mooting.* Friday S goH club, wicker chair $SOO down: '''.7. per $40 full pick-up load hou.e on Spring Lake, 28R, prlvlledga.i Rengei, Call Doris
; Trimming : FOR MISTAKES IN p.m. Alanan' ,Monday S couch much ........ S. E. month. DlKount' on entire ((1 ton). tacked at your A/C,. l229/mo.t200 relrlgerahjrj A/C water 4132210FORSAll'
1 1 CLASSIFIEDS. WHEN AD II p.m. All meeting at Lake, next to Peach St.eaftemant. 10 acraa*. One waterfront cox Sold by Koyitone depo.lt.. Call 264-9394" after ...ppll.... 1 o* 2,odult. on
: Free Estimate;: TAKEN OVER THE Educational Building Community .473-2393. 1/20 'lot. Call 4734379. 1/6 United' Methodltt Church 6. 1/6 IfnchgLAKI $l7Smo.. Phone
4 ; : TELEPHONE. Church 473-2790 or Itchg MnchgCOMMERCIAL and money collected will .GENEVA COTTAGE 1 173.1 e2. 1/I3-2O Jtchg.2BR. .
;' 473.4732 : Clalll'l.d d..dlln. I. 479-2I3O 1/6 tfnchg PIOWRTY on no toward their choir robe IR, fumUhad. 185/Mo.. .,. JBATH rtOMf on pow '
: : Tu..day noon prix t. OVSMATMS ANONYMOUSNo PERSONAL comer at Lawrance Blvd. .fund. Coll church-473-38J: and: ed ..,..1 'near Mhaal ,
1 After 5 P.M. ''I Thursdoy publlcat'-' due. fee*or weigh In*. and Flamingo' SR-100 er 4732386 for- delivery. OFFICE SPACI.downtown Fenced yard W/W carpet.. FIREWOOD
Minimum charge I. IS Open mooting Tuaay'... SERVICES and SR-21 ,.,.r.< Keystone Heights. word. fer $2.75. then 10 7:30* p..... Community ..-..para.. office complete 23 cent., all colon Keyetone 'Center, and .fat month rant plus 473-4731...'S".M.' ,
; cants for each word Church Educational *: corn.lot with entrance $5 limit customer 60/Mai K.y.'on.H.lgh' ., .SIOO depo.lt. '2 01..0.
:....licensed... .........-10...Insured............: th.r..It.. Building Key.tone CARPENTRY. AND MASONRY on, 3-tlde of Swan Crest Nur.per..", SR26. Realty. Inc., Available Feb. 1, Phone "
Height*. 473-2790. 1/6 WORK Building remodeling patio*,, building. Owner financed., 2'/t ...1. aat of Metre... REALTOR, .73-."'. 1/6 431." 14., 1/20 tfn
tfnchg addition' with low In_...rate. Call 1/20 tfnchg tfnchgUNFURNISHtOt. NOW BJCNTINOI 2 and. 3 .
Pearce home and file work. Free 473-4920 473-3411: 1/6 28'hou.eon : Huntley'Redfearn's
liNGO Lion Club ecru.. or bodreem> mebllehoma*.
from attlmata Phone 473-4473 tfnchg JEEP CJ I RENfOADfi 1900 lake Geneva. A/C. No 135/...... end Call
high chool. Tuoay. "up. .
1 Appliance Repair Early Bird 7 p.....; Regular.' during day. ,1/4 tfnchgI 1982 FORD ESCORT! Low 4 cyl.. 4 pd.. power.tearing pal*. 279/ma. Phone 473.2179 or 473-1078 Lake SERVICESOn
-se e C' mileage.; A/C. take overpayments carpet, AM/FM 1-786-6044..1/13.JOJtchqClassified
7:30: p..... Public Invlt... Geneva Mobllohama Fork
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All Work Guaranf.d ,j 85/mo. Must ca. "radio hardtop soft .
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1/ tfnchg. 1/20 tfnchg
Ads :
.1 I and umbrella Now
Richard Roofing have credit check. Call top top. '
"' All Stands.Including Mc.! ....... '......'n.S Repair, Ii'Moblle 473-4094 ''anytl... 1/20 AT radial tl'.*.. Get Results, ,,473-434
S.rving L.k.R.glonr SHARP.$6890. Call
i,,\\"I ((904)) 654.6174 LAKE REGION' 'and roof Home coating., ,roof repalrai. Itpd 473-7331. 1/20 llpd ;f)1 X734252e 01'


MONITOR 473-2210 A- 473-261 --| Get Classified Results Ads I ,Used' Moblle'Homes. 1


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I .[Union County Ads I"' . .11..1.. II. .111... III' ... . .... ... .II Completely; full" year Reconditioned warranty AppBinett'Serving Bradfortl.I

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LOSTFOUNDi HELP WANTEDSU..VIIO..WING FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS John D. Brown u.- ....... ..,....'

i SERVICES Home Center Inc.
2 Walk.r Dog.. whit. FRET ENGLISH IVVi Confederate 1971 CHEW NOVAi Small AND ADDING ,
ROOM Mutt be obi. to effectively .
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and black and tan. Reward Ja.mlna $1 SO. V 8, rebuilt carlMl..or.a' CLOSE OUT ON ALL MACHINIS FOIRINTi g r
offered for return. Coll manage workor 20-30 Gar River' lurch Tree.. $9. Nor. '" power "..rl"g. FABRICS In .,...... 13 a Union County Time' SR-II 473-3775 'Key&toneugh. '
production '
folk Pins 19, ContraryMary'
4943341 or I43l.2tchg mant factory ...parl.nc.d..lr.d automatic transmission yard. Phone 4M-22I9 or. 89 SW 2nd Ave.. lokButlar. <
Gordon. SR 121.LoCroMo. .
Call 4962809or
1/20 clean S1299 .
4763143.TFN1021 Phone 496-2261 foi
toady work dated :
462.1561. 494-3224. Itpd 1/20. ; -
127AAA good benefit. Call for con Sunday and Monday. Stcng I9BI MONTE CARLOi Clean' WILL CARE, FOI YOURCHILDEENi mora 10/1. 'Information TF N PHONE mow
1 fldentlol 'Interview.' bag 1/13. Sea-164-5069 04-964-6477
and In oiicollont condition. .
I 904-494-3401. lake lutlorAppar.l. In my homo. Infant STORAGE SPACE FOIl RENT.
ONI ACM OF LAND. older
''and .
; REAL ESTATE $900 down anum.paymen' and older Call Jane
BOO
lake Butler, CBS Scuta. Nice furniture, .. Approximately quar< .
I Florida. For more Information at 431.1713.3tchg 1/61/13 foot for additional infer. ...
1 AGENCYPh. Itchg 1/6. IS pecan tree. poor tracts.long. call 792-S982 after .
I 1/20. motion call 4962261. TFNIS '
751 blue butho JONES
I OS77Ut berry S p.m. Itpd 1/20. PIER HWWOOOi. To Union ACRES GOOD CORK BULLDOZING ON OURCLASSIFIEDS

I .i Make A Deal REALESTATE All thing' goe. One only mile my personal north of TOBACCO SAL OR ALLOTMENT LIASEr 1674 FOR County Pine. Phone reeid.nt 431.1796. Itpd Dry LAND. Or 'Ideal fai.rm AND L"ND"CLEARING'' / ,
vegetable Midway cmunltyCall Call
1. 10 Ac. an tittle Spr- lake Butlar' on SR .2.. pound. 1983 allotment. Today
1/20.
I\?,Ing. Id.. Warlhlnglon.' LOOKING FOR a .,..,,10'' $,..000 cath.. Ellubathi. Call Perfymani' Danker M259.3207l.TFt61120.'Ist BABYSITTING In IIff'"i'na.lf' / .......... Denfso)593201., ,parrymor"UX 7Fy "I i r :: ""I ; j'l'i\ : ; '
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) 1. Just .o..or 20 ..ere.remaining. piece of property If I I Butler MonQ..II.a., Florida.! ..2 chg.1"1X13" ., ,. ,. ,,> ; Terry".' *at496S499Itchg 't/20. !! :. J.BOX rwy.ttid..* ,. ,.. ..: ,9U'.63O&.ol.oun ;),
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Owner t HOME .
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may don't have It. I'll find ItJu.ta.k 1/2O. MOBILE FOI 'STARKI.rlMOtl ACI.JONIS, 479-2210 "'ta"10420.
corolla subdividing' Into ....JANE S. USHER \ RINTi f 179 per month wild
I 1971 FORD LTDt Small V.8, Independent ccJ AdaGet t .
S acre trait*. SR 100Wait REALTOR 496-2126 or Class / $179 dopo.lt. No Dogs "" 600226" "
/ of Swift Cr..... 496-2903 ....... "Your automatic tron.mlt.lon Dour Service Result Call ....21012. Itchg 1/20. ,

3. loautlful, land- Union County Realtor' tfn dependable. tSOO. Call, good....2809.familycar. ... By the (101>>-., .... hour r c' .
I: coped, well maintained FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE :... |eb too.big or tea CCC
"....... Frontage on NEEDSiColl Vonera Brown 496-3224. Itpd 1/20. High QI"",, Work at Gainesville Sun SINCE 169 '
I Alligator lake. 3/2 496-3022 Sandy Hoien __.... PrIcfl. WAYNE KINNEY S&Mstabks 1tutt
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I CH/A. trick ...".... 494-3994 evet or Gorrl Len Classified Ada 1 1. 497IOBt'JANE Route Carriers .
Owner financing. Immediate non 4963140. Tiffin and Get Results / ELECTRICAL' HEATIMGct AIR CONDo/ I NowOpew
( on Ow.n.. Inc. Realtor Rt 2Box NeededFor '
approval occupancy 788. laka Butlw FL. REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE REPAIR Beard 4 Cere- ;
4" I .Ale. II

Notary;: Service' INSURANCE I Training, ft Flnlihlfig for
Starke/Lawtey/Raiford I FlU .2..c HR., Haher
Far Union
County '
tJorm lanafard. Jr. MAINE INSURANCE AOEN- : *;,.' ... ', Areas : ESTIMATES SERVICE
Realtor' A........ CY. 160 S. Lake A_., Lake : Mutt have reliable. cor end past cah bond, Pill out
I ..''-::1814 Butler. 496-3978 Complete' 9 '"!.....lIc..on e* Oolnenllle. Sun 401 South Walnut .1 I
Insurance S.rvk..TFN .'I....... .ta.... Fl........ I ((904)) 9S4-87 l3Vr.B.p.468.289S .

fEAITOR 964-8170 .rIc GettI 378-1416 766 N. Thompson St. .J..'S'atk..fI32Cn. ...S t
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d,.. r1W.......... w..nw......._ $1p.W1/.1.wSw cml -S. USHERYour r
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.-.rl"ple..I. .n pwn 5'PwI.m.' ._...-_... -County Realtor' E.D.S. Starke Ads
."".2126 496-2903
or Construction
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North Florida '1M W.Main St., Lake ButterDayerNlgkf 'PERSONAL. PERSONAL' :; .
11UStN53'SERVICES '
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Farmer Livestock Market Inc., '
: ;SERVICES .
.... I \ Itilldlng' Contractor: : OPPORTUNITJK'BUI'S !
(I' N..1 1-71 .U...MI ..ef t"CHy) ", .
I Io Wmklwg Qrwllfy" S........ Teg.MerComm.rclw I ..;' ', i "
...rm.,.. .....,....onk.IN.lrlLtsn.Mwly. ( ) Ut.CMy.N.J.A. LAKI DUTIER... .. )S............ $AW IKOPi Complotesharpening ; : l CUStOM r FAiM ,fIRVIC1$)' BUSMISS' 'FOR.A;':, LSIm' ,'
-.....$.,Il.. 11.44.. ...... -. .w..-s..isd. 12 ti ] clothing tore withminimum
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T. w. .. MklMr o Ie Acre on M-211 with 4 le. Well. tPnfmt..awt..- hend. carbide,
Y..n m wMlq "I.kln : ga.rplanting l I.wetmentTIdeal
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en chain mower blade hallow ..... : '
"' -1--( .,..... 'fir. truckservice for men ttnd'wl'..
1't IB Acre Hcme.ltet.Owner Financed.IS ground l and balanced.Leava Will ,
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\ 'or""' lime? : train, Reply to f( O.
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Acre wooded. Owner PhwiKod.WORTHINGTON et Jack.lu'ldlng p*.d, dolomite, Call Drawer t*. Starke; Florida
SPRINGS.. Supply In Slork_. Keyname. Hamr rlaf|, 496-JOT3. .32Of1, J:'
,. Business Opportunity 1'.40 3 Aero Owner flu,..;.. Ne. down ,..... ,. 'nOW' Renting Height or lake Butler, '. ll/tltfr., OWN.VOOR OWN ";Jean.
.. Convenience)Store With Gas loss Acraa..Weeded hM"' _.*-,.IM.... Ideal 'TFNchgSIWINO' _' ,'RAOFORO SIPTIC URVKIt ? Spo'lsw.err '"','Jnfan.

For Leafe helie. .... ....... C & C ':MM Storage' MACHINE a.ldantlal/ pump-outs, Protean' er ladle Apparqtor. "
e S W,.. Mobile Name wHit etio OjCfO.' F".... andflnancod. REPAIRED AH !make*, .. $S3, we ale r.lay drain .. \O eflng :iaH:, "rationally.
Small dew payment and _".... ...... ( cleaned ailed .end ads lines. .....-.nf., 1 k/IB If..)' : known trends
Head on-tight dealer with strong marketing. *klll*. LACROSSE... Hwf 301 S.. -, 964-6020 'Iu.( ..... $". Work WANT TO DRINK ouch o* 'Jordache.: .Chic

.Stora currently company operated.Capital a 1 114..... CB heuw with one e....SR-121.Owner will (Mold i* Code* SunU-Kawatkl/ et Stark*)" I guerenteed. Jam*. '!THAT-I YOUR BUSWISSJ, L..,., l.*.l,? Vanderbilt' ..
for Cal > '
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required '' Ktelnv' .
grocery Inventory. finance. .Strickland' corner Margari WANT TO Wrengter
eNe good will or franchlia' foe Owned Managed fTOP1G ever. 200 ether < brand.
High volume location STARK... Locally Rd. end. Hwy 16. TFNchg /II ',
Tars .
outIl '
available In Laka Butler and Ita.... o Lovely ...*.... home le ettrettlve. Mlghborhaed.PrettSt. '. CHAIN LINK rtMCIi Imtelled. AIcoItofIoe lI .'7."'" to IM.900 Incl.. .....
{ Call Collect) Fred Powell) 24 Hrijlecass:. .fr You Lock R aft Carry Kiy I Fre..tlmates.1fondy.. 9..4.4IM Aswyna.q 964-I434 baglnniog. 11._....,., air"
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.Are Cod. 813-870-3030 let. .nr.ctly.Hsmpf..0.5.ell US301s.atl. fare far one le Foihlon
Nice' large In Man Fence Cof> 'owner "" .
Cenler_Velnlng, list...
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Classified Ads Z i:25': '3530; rvPirvnriR,the Office ;Shop. 110 Wj' Monday thru Friday) (612)( ) 888-6999. 1r Ipd 1/20
janytime.,f Sun.after,
Get Results "Cal''St.:II...... for detofhrf'. I p..J'Dootanable' '
rale*,
Call Janice Now Accepting Applicationsfor :.O.;1892,' 12. a"13, i I'GLASS t443764ln,:. ,964 6779 or 436 N. folk St. HOMES "

{, CUT TO:' 'ORDIHr. ':'t/13 Jtrhg 1/20 .,: .. FOftsALE.,.
496-2261 144.10 78.75 .Dear, window, etc-,- ,NtlO ........ TO CLEAN .up,'

No :JACKSON lUlL DING SUPP4IV. \ And haul away" you |uahrWe \ +'.'.... ,
\ 1 BA OenJ
964 6071. Ordars alwt will do It for a small ,.. HOW.
Down Payment ','token ,In ,.... ,tUtler or .... workshop carport, pecan
tuff""wa haul .,.;,
One & Two Bedroom Apartments LOVUr S .... < Betfi eeerty now beow e* M .,4963079 and Key.tone .6279..Caf, anytime ee!,, .'"..:.' 'Garden '.paeer

OJU"7' per month an errs. Sold law, ever Vt the lend m good ..taro. Height. ..73226 tfn; came In436'," "M. f 4k' II.. S/9s00.964.5610y*"ttpd
.... 'ana acre Mobile / the reM ...*..*. A ft no ceaetry,> ertate. for Only ,FAMILV HAIRDSIONERI >l/l32tchgl/20.' ,J ...1 _t; 4
Home ll'/4 X Interest.9S $121.808. "d DO TOO MHO OMiON BIOCOOM:, t BATH.tuc<4
$ ,
: PARTMENTS'rlc. '144 W.,CeN St.: na..*.. ......761. ..
11(008 LAKE BUTLER *TWO- TO % '74CtJ
total U HOMI eeer Old Lew** *..,i Market. CAMI.FOR.eJtlerr;. prrconvalotcent .'H! *"*> .
BaoutHully weeded St. The cholc I I. ye...l 1ft.'" bch.el4 .- 94-7303$ In your, l-/1J: Jtchg t'/ > ;?
high '. ,.". Nice area. 1005 S.W. Bth St.. LaitxEutler.'Flod4aSolid ACRE* OF PRIME LAND ben, S well, "0.,.. :[homer /Alwi' ':,Mapltel/ tiki :'COMCRtTf S4OC'NOMEY.
...u...,-,......f In your ........ ....... read. froataga. "",...pump.. .T.W.trVttMSiM. .. Ida ..
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lucre today. .*81 II AMtNIPMSo ; bedrooms one)
READY $ Ooodn
ton SUMMIR-LakefrOHl. I9..00.. ,reference*,; ".. -'
Cell 1423173WAUACICAIN APARTMENTS FEATURE GRAHAM. MhlA-Meblle. borne end two ....:.. *. tAMttta PM : ,,964.4131. llpd |x/20 .t'", control. heot/olrj:).
. 12...... fll... ArtI.-te.' :Aume I'A K''mortgage!)
REALTY. INCRealtor Wal ta wall carpeting .Draperies '!" Refrigerator *BUIUMNa LOTS .Iw.../... P....with owner ter .:: Mat Aiweyo/ N.c.saoy t. ,.,P 319' If..\ Clot St.:.9e4V7933" |
eBROOKIR ABIA-J" ... |Vt BA Mock home with. .. Iacre. I WOULD LWI TO.UP yeucv Classified 'Ads'"! 11132M1tga '- .
Stave 0n- 9ht Laundry facIlU.I'Exp.rI.nce ..'il.Mi,; '' 5N0'Lborttod I child In my,home by day jr>' "' "MOeH t M WI,. .,o* IAUK
.heurcweek.; 'Infant." Get,Result "Sampicm Lake,' Iterke..
wotcomo,k. live. .,!,bet weenj3torke 'are*.. Lake eccee*. t SR,":
Hae51R- 'tJ ; ,and,:t..... Butler, i!',,1H" 'aVA tw11A 'attach"
8.....to.mere keeutH idttmploilM EtjwJ g OpportonKyRental : r.Csn.eelt '"..... .cell ,4..."1.>,. nk. 'I es.YV tk.V1'"" >t ._ ;and'scnss.w1.

wrm Mary Kay Asslstanc- AvaibrMs for.ttiosaQiq qualify far Karen, '/20 2tchg 1/7Ji; ;1'Y' _uS.: perch, (.......i .building
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Fen ,.' earn. j ej 4, fnWBBNTAffV,LfVti TUTOR-i., pll-.,. focIoI.' celt. eat.kKtCNeMoTeylw Properties, lit*. Iso ...../0f' plane 1 lon _3,018, OIl it. offko a,retNi / 'road.. Foe .elo. by owner S;.
( 496-3141 ,' HfAtTOM cerHUed".char<.Verne96467T4. LeadIng rdeth. log ft. jPerlaf:; 'rmwtloar .
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NUARY SALk Savings oil'" < V"GAL I MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE '>'( '
ROOFINOt USII ALUMINUM PLATES, AFAETMENTSi a
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;thru the ',0'41'r JCooJs, .. .....3: 7'.7.: 24x36", 25 cant och. Died SI2S. On. HOME PARK' Mobil REAL ESTATE SAlUPEOPlEiScholorahlpt 197 TOYOTA IWB. W/Top- :'L(1'rIti1llecorn'fLREALTY:
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i.w_. .*, t dthris*, '1'..s..otoL6': : ; '10".991 in printing nwtpopr.Orat bedroom. '964.t<404. 1/2O horn.and pacat for rant. ovollobl for per, S spd. radio' heater
foil *l..., baby Home. 11'-7.62: I2'-E.26. Wa for minor repairab 1/27 Recreational vehicle unllcemed por_*. EllAF.ulkIIlty.964.506' CE radio sliding rear win.

I .13bt.weIs;"pou'.B'pon*: ....-utac.J.kIII., | *. 'a.d,."* County, RENT 2lchg A' NEW BALDWIN "' .Ic....... Piton. 468.2912. dow. while spoke tires,
I dish**, tapmtry.. heaters, Call toll ,... Tl.g..eti. ....-6301. tfn..RECONCfTIONEO /16 HnMOBILE 10/2B Ifn'N..O'O. excellent condition Low
I Netktbsntsuvtsi. ;frotan..?'I-KO-JM2-2702. )/26 rfn TVSt Cal PIANO for your child only HOWIS FOR RENTt Certified Pre- highway mil*. S3400. Call (
.|ooct" ......,IvIe.boU,Jubw.str ",ONI' ACRI IOT St. Rd. 16 W: art starting. at 1100.00.Tredeol"'w.lca"'ti. '22.50plu.* !small One mil. from Starke city cheot Teectier and daycare : (Callahan) *79-II45anytime.
.o. .. ipeakers,and Michael Ollhoohsubdlvl.- Fhori", moving charg..All rant llmltt. Clean, Hwy. 16 W. oflendonl. Both, 12/09 tin
much foorevCome
Jov ot:Thli< That Vori. S750O- Will toke Sailing tormi. CORD OF OAK WOODt $7}. chat.. "Forromar* Musk KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom mant 964.5232. to Apply Inperson. JEEPS FOR 144 through the '

ty Shop corner U and. 301, 964.5606 10/07 tin Call 533-2776.12/23 tin 'Oak Mall. Calneivllle. for rent at low 12/30 tin US Government Get the 205 N. Temple I Star k. tTERWILlE16R
%$'0"" .,'.ph,'f, -.""!......tIO.'pd a ACIIS locatad lacing StatoRd TEXAS OTANO anion. Man 3f'.3626. 11/11 tin weekly rate.. Coll T.mpl. GOVERNMENT JOBS Immediate fact today I Call
'f20' ,' 227.: Brookar Rd.. by C or by M. 2 ml. wett oflowley MOBILE HOME OVERLOOK. Motel "".7357. 9/16 opening, 312742-1142 Ext. 609.
SATUth Y.Agtai1, T 1112. 11".500'wlh; farm*. 225. Brad Starling.. INO LAKE GENEVAi.3 BR.1M EOW/tfn"-! overea and domestic, 12/23 EOW 2/O3 :Encouraging t> Exciting
"Boby, toth..; and other V64-5606.! 10/07 tin' 1/13: 2tpd 1/20 Bath an canal CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for $2O.OOO to ':SO.(KM plus.a.year. 1t74 CHEVY. STATION things are happening In Bradford County-
1'....". Under .h.l...' cor. NRIWOOO pot A1I1 Oak HAND NSW< 0.'. electriclev overlooking lake Gen_. ,.n'. On Hwy. 16 W. Cloie Call 1-3I2-WI-7OM WAOONt 4- cylinder -
nor by Bodcock's.: Itcha or pin.. .....'.;.lonflth 24" to ., almond $350: $20O 'per month. Call to prlton. Call 4681323. Exti 2729A. 2door."Air candltlon/....... "Consider that* Investments. with a built-in
1/20 4V1: ,prle l/2'cord 93C. Whirlpool' _....... uted 378-1448 day or 376-4766 10/07 tin.HOuSRKEEfNG: IF ,YOU NEED EXTRA Automatic transmission security blankot.

wrap firewoodoak or ,.*. than a year. $323. Call evening t2/231fn' and tleep. MONIV. willing to work. and radio. Runs good ..ndgrt.mlleaga. * *
pine. |IO truchlpad. 5_ 9644360'or 964-60/8. Ing room .TV and Air. Avon need Call $900. Coll
WANTEDAXlM thin. Ac.... W.>t 16 Call FOR RENTi Studio Apt., you. .47 ACRES with charming, brick home en Rd. 100 W.
Valwl Jackson Itpd 1/301: Underwood Motel, 3 ml lot Ramona Cropie, 7823068. 964-7SO9. 12/30 tfn.
210. lit, lost month rent, .
47 B comfort the
t. 64-7699-W load for trees convenience awaiting
1 you of"'Starke' pecan
AKC OOIOEN RETIIIVUpupp1. north on 1/13 4lpd 2/03 JEEPS CARS TRUCKS under r
.'TIRESf *.ale. ...rH4i,i btwn 9,30 a.m. to 2,30 ... Adorabl. 6 plus' cleaning dpolt, no Highway 301. 9/16 tfn LSTA'S STYLE CENTER. N. $100. -Available at local buyer of this unusual propertyl
Iron.' We pick-op IOO.f I p.m. Mon-Frl. 12/16 nVi weed, that and w........... utllltle Call 964-7347: or 2 BR, I .BA HOMI unfurnlth-- Walnut St.. Stark. 'U_ goVt ole* In your area * *

You deh_.),112' OMmft} COASTAL Good BURMUDA ..NAY...1..;. 11:10.533203111.614..913.IIpd: 5332157.1/6 Hn ed. Flrtt and latt months day thru Thursday phone. Call (rolundable) ,..22 ACRES lying; North of County Rd. 221 (HemutenAree
quality large /homo.
IN STARKSi 3 BR 1 BA
120DIARIOIN' ,., : ). Towering tree. paved rood. on North end
Mobile Home- Sal**, Hwy., 11.71 bal. M.L. Con., ,1 S140 per mo.. plus 9648113. 1/13 2'pcl1/2O 1-619..0241 ext. 5121
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100 'W Stark. 964-S6O6.X: ear 964.5222. 1/6 Ifn GAS HEATERl Stova, refrigerator carport $75 tecurlly depotlt. CRUISE SHIP JOESI Great.- for directory'ion how to South sides. Could' .be subdlvldd.rrrrrrrr. .

TFchgV. FARM IQUFMIrlTI Mowers, Good condition. 15000.: wather/dryer hook. ."Available after February 1.. com potential.' All occupation purcho_. 24 hrs 1/6 3'chg
WANTED* TO MJV SHYER' air condltlonor qulpmnt. 496-3119. Itchg t/20 up. $215 par ma. Pint, lair Coll'782.3200. Itpd 1/20 .. Far inform 1/20 ."PINESONG" lots *n Wilson Reed with 10%

COINS 1964 and old.' ((9 MO 'compr..__.'aston DOUSLEWIOI TRAIllli locurlty. 46ft.I 509. 1/13 UNFURNISHED14 BR, 2 BA Lion call ((312)) 741-9780 m JEEP CJEi 6 cyl/ financing.' In city limit. Cenvenlent everything
S .rllha"ooldoc'gold filled.' ) Electric motor*, Vk Kp. Thr.. bedroom. 2. batti.Aciunre Itpd 120ITUDIO horn In country. Screened EXT. 2120. 1/13 2lpd 1/20 3-spaad..Good condition. lends en olr of grace B tranquility.'rrrrrrrr.
a;?:HXBulllngton: 964-6730. to 3 ho. 1 Fat. Steel from* VA ."o'Jab'', '.. AFARTMENTi 210. front porch, double car ESTABLISHED INSURANCE 3500. 9647423. Itchg

'; 11/11 tfn. ; for' chair, "many" .._.. 9648167. 1/20 2rchg 1/27 tint last month rent plus port. CH/A. $375 per mo. DENT Starting compensation 1/20 VALUAELE FRONTAGE en 301N. :30 Acre with CB
NEED MOMI Iff$:t;OUNTRYtITO 4M.2266. 1/13 tlchfl 2/17 FOB SALBIt Yamaha motorcycle cleaning depotlt. Otllltlet tocurlty. 96 7383 guaranteed during 171 CHIVY IUV TRUCK 4 building..
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IIIINtsMui/'Mev. from BUU DOG FUFFIUl 6 WM!.. 350; two motora; go. xtra. Call '964.7347. and ._.. Itchg' 1/20 training. Phon. 964.7914.b.tw..n cyl., 4-pd, good con li.lion. rrrrrrrr
: .. loan .Id. Toll cut Call 782-365O heaterti go* toro: 533-3157.1/13 tfn .I"a' B and 9 a.m. 1/20 3100. (Bank loan
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pr .nt loft, Hke ml.- Mathar 8r.ndl.. daddy, ON BAVLESB HIGHWAY '750 W. MADISON ST.-Zansd for offices. Steeel
!dl. aged tody must hove, leopard"" 1/20- Frlgldalr. .Trailer. lot.' MOBILE HOME FOR RSNTi 3 Call 275-2190. Itpd 1/20 2tpd 1/27 "value B2.600)). Mutt *... building surrounded with an enormous peved .,...
: Cheap.Complete hook-up. R.N. POSITION AVAILABLEat 496-3902. Itpd 1/20
Oulot. CUdlTOIItODMf JQCOtlortos HmVvOOOt mil. 8R, contra) air electric
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: loon '>.' "'possible, 964.6365. Itpd 1/20 heo!. 18 ((3/4 ml. from Bradford Hospital. Excellent 1971. PLYMOUTH WAGON,
Wilson 13pw.
Road Hwy .
on with '33 UNBELIEVABLE ACRES on SR 23$ S2SOO acre
mature euple per
TABIB AND FOUR! CHAIRS <
;Down.'folrs', benefit and shift S3SO.00. Clean. Call alter 5
apartmentwltl Rick. 964-S990. 1/20 100)) S. S. 31 it Street. with 20 down 10 11%. Also 20 Acres eft St. Rd.
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*. < $stove-- and refrlgv .2rchg 127RIPIIGIIATOIi' 30" got. ronfl. *. practically reference. No p" $300 bnllclal. Applicants appoIy p..... 783-3321. Itpd I/2O yr.
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,,,_. 473-4507.1/13 2tchg MS.: Also house and 2 .c.... 25000. All Owner
;would also bat can.ldered-t. ,, for ,tal la. Call after 2 prn. ,40-IEAT RESTAURANT a .per month plus electricity. at Bradford Hospital. 1971 TOYOTACOROLLA,4sped. ;
:964-4803.. llpdV20.SASH .j.r: $100. 64.aS2a. Itch4120IwDOUSLIWIOI00 ( ,I964-7443.' Itpd I/2O for First and (lost months r.n'plul 96<4.6000. Ell. 141. Itchg looks Flnencedl.
EQUIFMENT rent. security * *
FOR lANOt'Ona'-- tat]' $ O 550. depotlt.Available. 1/20 and run good. Good,
..flv. acre .In trodlojrd onfadjoining f Cash and Carry..'782-3096.. MOBILE Rcatonabl. 9646784.- .Jo... IS, RESPIRATORY THERAPIST good tlr... 30-35 mpg. -OFF FORSVTHE RD. House and IS ecre Ml.OOO.
ceuritla*. 1JohrvJ.Xlllfen : I itch 120pOIsfIIN HOMES 1/131fn' 964.5414. 1/20 2tchg 1/27 Registered. Eligible Phono 473.4MB. Itpd 1/20 House end On. acre S2S.000.
: 1tI'11.1IaIr 10* ; HEIFER. with tint ON KINCSLSV LAKE Mobil FURNISHED ;APARTMENT therapist with minimum of 1973 toaD TORINO Station rrrrrrrr "

"McZey'. Town, PA.. J7051 AA.j .; calf born 1/12/83 Half* FOR SALE home,. Central heat/air -Nice '.2.000to. I'. Three. 2 year experience to.up..I. wagon. S29S 4BS 1580. .COZY CB HOME on Rd. 100 E. Selling price' $36.000 I
.?1/T3: 2tchG 1/20.' v ._ THO : .' larg. 964-7065 Itchg 1/20. i conditioned Yearly l loot*. bedroom ,call; !. 964 5289. .. respiratory 1/20 2tchg. 1/27 'with a mortgage of appro. $32,OOO. Mo. pay. $' 12 Includes
TOOLIOLD1ITANIIY ;AIGINTINA BAHIA NAY ,First lost month deposit therapy' department. 1976 FORD BRONCOl V,8 .. .
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--FLANESt. Phon.964.0331. 8> Required. No .pelt.. ON HALL LAKE One-Two Respiratory. Therapy .302 ong. auto trans for rrrrrrrr
I ward. 9646379.2O4tpd expando. "Inar.am.flreploce ,
!g..m to.J! p.m,or.<468.J5S.1t.12O'tfn !, ;2/10. and central air 5332366. 1/13 Hn bedroom houte. $200 technician for part time, S2SOO.00 for more Information : -PRIMITIVE RAPT CHURCH RD. 20 Ac.... 3 well, 2
'- ,FOR SALE O. RENTl 4 BR, 2'A. ...1110". Must call .5769
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\\J6.FT. CHECKMATB, SCAT Mutt _, many extra.. month ,
WANTED TO. IDVt.TOPPER I and IM hp Johnson motor., Den, workshop month.; .ecurlty depotlt. have or be eligible. for. p.m. Itpd 1/20 rrrrrrrr ,
for tmall'pkfcup preferably. $4,000. For Information, '$8,000 1/27. 473-7502.1/64tchg ;chainllnk,, $050 ma., first; 473-2578.: 1/20 tfn State license ,In Blood Co 1973 FORD MAVERICK cyl: WE HAVE SEVERAL LOTS In the Country Club area
..-ewith, _lIdlna'I.aeo..abl. .rear window., call .AJ: B.// Howard 'last and.eeu'I!).964-5610. TWO BEDROOM HOUSEt Analyst Previous von, New paint. Hurst shifter: .ranging from S6.000 to SI I.OOO.
MOEILI HOME'FOR SAlEl.19x6O '
dl- < tllator experience required. Good condition. 9646183Itpd .
'price ?*<<-A8 9.b'202tpd /27, ; Itpd 120PURNISHID rrrrrrrr
W CHICKEN FERTHIZERl' 7'/\ ml.I ':*' bedroom 1'AIbath 2'. BR 'm bll. partly fumlthed In Lawtey. Applicant apply at 1/20 i
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; ,. 100x100 lot folio No objecllont to small acre en
I South of Stark on Rd. 100. homo Grlffl loop. $120 Bradford Hospital 197 PINTOi Two door standard ,
41.LOST/FOUND ,W. load. Phono 473-4508. awning, utility buIlding month.on $100 children. No pet*. No utility 964-6OOO. Ext 141. itch, transmission Run across from Holiday Inn financing available.
dopotlt.
;.? 1/50 2tpd 1/27 Many extra'*. llk. rww ,Garden .po... Depotlt. 1/20 good. See after. SI,000. rrrrrrrr
i""T polo FREEZER, S7hook-uW: Owner financing Term*' :964-8704. Itchg 1/2O' 964.8931 or782.. .3279. Itchgk COUPLE TO WORK on Egg- 634 N. Cherry St. Itchg .POPULAR CORNER or Call St. B Water, 234.88 ft. on
LOSTi'GWtAM AREAi Tan, t het Neg CaIlI..u.11323.20 \ Breeder farm near 1/20 Call St. end 84.87 on Weter. financing. evelleble.'
pit bull whit. .marking' *,! Accoompl.ta."$100; il.ct. ttstm : .I 'kOMI/ on' GrlHlt Jacksonville' Salary and 1974 PLYMOUTH VALIANT rrrrrrrr
sari ond toll cropped.*. ,,wotrihatr.' ..$5O. louml4watr ; 'REAMESHEATING loop.Two be roomt. Flrtt. oportmenr furnished. Call Auto transmission, P/S OWNER SAYS TO SELL this nw, modern. attractive

lI.w....... 48515901201) r, condltlonor. unit TBChev.Plck-up last plus depotlt.. No pat*. 268.3721.1120 tfn A/C Radio and heater .home ......u.. he has to .be In Ocele In 60 ".Y". C...
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2'ch4 1/27. .:. ,.TRAIlIRt'.100..13.: Ham_Itpd.. 12x6O..Inqulra .J. 4 Cy """".# 1 't64.8816/1ltla4( 1/20' SALESMAN WANTED Early '.00. Nego/obls.: Call nriy Estete. 3 BR. 2 8A.llrepl.ee. fully equipped. kitchen I
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l' at 964-5324. Ford ITD'Oeod ,., American lag Home 964-5376 after S p.m. Itpd garage on a pretty cleared ee... Best weter In .
2tchg 1/27 1/20 condition. .. .,nr Y nr 10*:r.trn.aA need '.... _"individual i'/20it':' 'ter" MI. 5a ,tow 1. ..;, '
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'\Allca.. | $20 p w roll.: Calf Arthur I yA!* EI ?Ic::) \ Aoo'J area. Applicant must I 'The" TWO LOTS ON SAMPSON LAKE. Beth TOO en water.
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.: ,. Catkin. 782-3727 or Gap i Oil H.at.rs UIQERgCIC be experienced. In' sole' Image Maker One has well power pol end long dock.
and have
: some knowledge
j 9646167. SAlbl;yU3172Orolnf rrr.a. *
"Iantchgo2Innss Coastal ClandChck4Ml IM4 Each 'In. residential' construction. Baylett Hwy MOSIII HOME-3 BR. 2 BA on one hi B dry ec,.. 301
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ONE SEA* WASHER/ $W Send resume to P. O. Box
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Conditioning, .on* .rafrlgarator; $10O, ,j.rmuda Hay a :Bld|.Sand-Fill Sand 838. Dublin Ca. 31021. Starke. Flo South. Let of oak tree If you Ilk. mobile home, you

New Installations or t Ned Colaman. Crlffl loop Good. e.uellty. L.,.. Top Soil*Sccap Bark 1/20 2'chgl/27 '.....14' will love this one.
i.palrs. Exprjncd./ : on 3rd 5'... )it Jtouw an "'I.. SUI per bale.. ).t Ready for Wlnt V- llm.r tk; TEXAS Oil COMPANY Nallt rrrrrrrr
licensed?tow RataC.t. 197htDfTA 2tpd '1/27, .' M.L. Cornier964E222 J.R.Reamos. urgently needs mature Sculpture$35.00Peaeontry .4 78 ACRES ON WILSON RD. B 230.: Selling."' prke only

...?64..7" .."> ,NIC* In !, person. for Srorke area 11000. Con b. subdivided.RIAiTO .
(Free Estimates) terior. Good dpndobr business sales Sales Ceurtet *ASftOCIATIS., ..."..""" ..
transportation. $350. Call WANTED TO BUY rep. WAVNS OCUOiAS.......tmlmtmmm' '*M WtSitiilAN
after 5.964.627. 1 tpd 1/20 Raccoon. Otter, experience not necessary. ....11IO" .f.h.r S.|.MWMI.--....
t FIREWOOD FOR SAU. .vi : ectricli Bobcat We train. Writ O. B.Dlckerson. HOV"w..a*r.hr Iml..mm*.taa.?...
-4( Card $28; cord. $55. t'1.... N.' Installation ,or 964-6947 show:.fur P..t Southwestern WANTED ANM IIVWHISOAM NSISON..._..,.-,an 1

1 W. load. Phone 782-3228. repairs. Exp.rl.tc.d.lrc.n.ad. 964-8962' 900-/S1I Petroleum. Boa 789 Ft. 'Young I
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.Aran: I ,On US-301 Souths > MOBILE HOME PARK SPACES VI'; lBM BNa>*BEPBE> ,Save '339.10
.t r' Call 64-602O for* motor heel..trov..' traller."t end .Sth. wheel/ Longchamp Entarprli'es;;: :: Associates

trailer. (any .....*)* iWalr ",':'. 1 RM 60T . . Reg. Price '649.00
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Scouts, one of America'sfinestyouth beautifully: and many people buy a butter cookie wafer
year' Girl Scout Cookie Sale In northeast for the Girl ; Tagalongs a
x Florida Girl Scouts of development. organizational year's supply at a time. and chocolate cookie with creme fillIng .
Gateway Council will be out taking !"; There are seven delicious. varietiesthis ;' Chocolate Chunks, a traditional
"t order for everyone's favorite 1 Cookies ordered Januarr 21 year:' Samoa, a vanilla cookie chocolate: chip cookie and Thin Mints,
cookies.: Bradford Union and Clay through February be covered with caramel, rolled Counties are part of Gateway Council? .. delivered.. in late March. The cookies toasted. coconut, and striped. with,. I .covered with chocolate. All are made
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'It's Time to Order Girl Scout Cookies..... stereo radio, wire wheel covers, ap- _

i'Most Girl Scouts like to sell Girl Scout cookies but Cadette Marion Sutton and Insert
'jnlor Karen Rowe are having a hard time deciding whether to sell! or sample.idS. pearance protection group, vinyl

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Neighborhood Scouts leaders are In gearing Bradfordnion up- 60S Working Is Lou with Ann Judy Rowe.In Juniors Junior Troop have List .Price 0,914 Discount i ,21 9 Sale

'>r the annual cookie sale scheduledr finished their Troop Camper bade ,
this month. The cookie coffee was and are currently working on .,
I little different last Tuesday evening Junior Citizen badge requirements. (5) 3P Choose From :"
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tae came to the rescue and we can Presbyterian Church: for the use of .
their as meeting places.
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:nay you were still good and fresh. Beinghe Joyce Is the Cadette leader with rssss.s ssssssss *
good cookie bookie that she Is. Carolyn Eaves. Senior Advisors are
dashed to her home Carole O'Steen and Laurie Mullins '
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reezer ookies for and everyone.We returned. in a flash with Troop the 669.Methodist Both of Church.these troops Thanks meetat for 83 EXP 83 Mustang 83' F-100 :,82 MOO: ,

have three new additions to our that Seniors meeting and place.Cadettes are workingon 3 Door v GT's, 3 DoorLOADED F150.- F250 F350 & ,F150 Trucks'

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