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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04345
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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: appeaf Is being made to federal The Dept. of'Community Affair r
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discontuing Its civil defense program. funds by FEMA, and wants the county :
County commissioners and Fair or Fair Association to pay it. according "
Association board members agreed to a Nov: letter to County Com-' :;
Tuesday !they are together in resisting mission Chairman
the payment. In a Joint meeting the Almost a year ago, wrote Robert I I

two local groups agreed to hold up Wilkerson; director of the Division. .. '7.1
any action pending an appeal to U.S. Public Safety Planning of the State:1;
Rep' 'Don Fuqua,"who,was to be in Department of ''Veteran and .Community -' .

Starke Wednesday.for the, ground- Affair, to Chairman Mosley,. ::: .. .
breaking ceremonies\ of the bOlpitalexpan his agency worked with county'at' -..'

lonl. .and 'U.S.. : .Sen: Lawton torney Dudley Hardy in devising a :
'Chile ?. reasonable' settlement of the FEMA: .. ;._,
M County Clerk bib Brown said he claim for reimbursement. --::,:

.and the'commissioners would contact Wilkerson is appealing for Mosler,
Rep.:' Fuqua and Chambermanager 'as chairman of the commission to obtain -.

Bill. Wilson !agreed. to write. Sen. $7,500 from the Fair Association
Chiles. \ or' submit county funds reimbursing

It was agreed there is no 111 will between FEMA for funds spent on the defunct

the two groups. The Joint- 'county civil defense program. ::... I
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Commissioner' Maxie Carter .Jr. has records to back up his statement, .;
Y ;termed it was called by Fair Association Bay the matter ::began; about* five '. \
'. President Ray Norman after! "years ago when the county CD diree: '. ,
reading Carter's .request 'in the tor complained to federal authorities 1

;newspaper, he said. about shortcomings of the building. A .:. .i
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; 'Present'Tuesday'\In the Chamber federal, inspector decided the\ airfconditioner -:: -
.board "room were-' commissioner was Inadequate 'and new ;..

Carter- E.L: ,(Nook) Norman and duct work was needed, more office :: .
Chairman' Lawrence*,Mosley, Clerk space was needed and the emergency \.
Gib Brown, -Fair Association board generator smoked inside' the

i "members John Bradley,. Bill 'Alder'' building.' .
f 4 TU'A man County Agent Bobby Taylor Four years ago a committee of

and .Warren Carvers and Chamber local, state and federal official met
.manager Wilson. to get movement on the project, but
L-o-r// .The two- groups.agreed' to work when Wilson asked it they were

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former county CD building. It was for, which the program has been
.'lng, (boveii' adorned 'with eltpw'tttabons'srer. > are, ,a I f z. built for $40.000. half from the Fair 'cancelled I.. what the federal
,Ho plUt Admlnl8tr t r C.E.: (Rip) O'Steen,. treasurer of Santa F. Health' f ..: Association and half from the federal. authorities are basing their $7,300
iCare Systems, Inc. Cleiina Carr Rep. Fuqua, and Hospital Board Chairman, ? civil defense agency. claim on. The claim has been lowered

iAIKJ. Carlisle and Edward! B, Peddle president l of 8FHC; Systems.At / The county was leasing the building from $12.000 first asked
for $10 a year ;to.operate a civil
right'Rep.:Fuqua addresses a chilly audience_ of some 50 local' solon. R Tt i ... .: defense program, but two years ago1. A Community Building...

,saying he la trying to keep medica4! care available! and Within the financial, abandoned the building consideredtoo Plans'of the Fair Association are to

L!reek .t.senior>tilUens.! V'y'j, .+.... expensive to operate with federal Improve the former county CD
civil defense funds being cut each building and use it AS a community
SomeM'foeal officials and solons braved entity winds attend the
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''groundbreaklag.1Tbe.._ building will go up directly back of the present The Florida Department of Community situation, is resolved, said Warren
i hospital which will be renovated to eo the patient, services' Patients e u&rw Affairs has been put in charge Carver. "

)c f will k. housed eq the' second HOOT of the nevi building. A new entrance will; of the civil defense program under the Fair board members also pointedout
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,.' : :' :: i ':" ;Laurie Muffins lias. 'PutTogefberA' ; :Lilt'' ii a' Teacher;, I Girl Seeut Leader' Dedicated ,Church' Member, ttf- : II

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Saner Maj" say ft's'better to give than W; :An 'Open Heart....,, .' ''.(' *"" :*$-!r at;; rt i, have. v.'.also{ ;'been'young> teacher-FTi'rM"* who JiTfrere ago, Laurie typically Joined to help out, and

.receive.T is Mulii tires as if It Is... 'When Laurie's. ''divorced brother;'at con-; ., ':' .,. had the advantage of beginning thelrfW: <,iV. 'Is still pinging every Sunday morning. For
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and who credit 'many she has been active in Sunday
careers.wifb' Mrs. Mullins, years
ins gs a'dedicated 'struction engineer in New York, causd find i u/ School and In the of the 1 ,
nobody to keep his three: children Laurie ',\"' 1 Laurie with $greatly influencing f helrjteffrer I education! programs i
kledsbi 4' Alf de Elementary. )' church. : "
and I Bobby into their home for';,.; / ,:, 1Jtr, :.. '
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tlvittste ttftM.ledtotk.$ and attain know / four years, in to their own three7: .Ii': ., '/" "11J.\\ I. She I Is also chairman of Council of
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children.It took adding A second and, ,
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l>urte MapUiarofstrenfttiIntt Ministries, serves on committees :
,First ySteAJtotboAtChurch ofStarker three bedrooms, but Laurie and BaMfr "took j 0-. ; A Girt Sci.. .., tv'vs,;' including Education. Finance and
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on that task..They treated tM'4" Mtra'. '' f' .: :"1 feel *. U ryi been in Scouting all bI$ Campus Ministry for United Methodist b

'XI tWa tii of'year cod maay people:' s("!chiWren I" as.their- .n.own, I1t,..," uya Lauriet "" rgieW.s\ Women. She can be found in the kitchen. at
have b en nibbling some ot the SB varieties'of ,. I; : l'" the church for various functions.

fiaatrlea bsladby Laurie, a Christmas Al'tiach'erS: t 'j She has served in practically every pos.:
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on ? ,tion In Girt Scouting for the past 19 'Laurle'grew In the church. Her grand-1
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atari an ksgivtng weekend and want to work ? Laurie who cnha* .
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when :) starts packing tin for lien.oc the challenge of teaeMng'.yoMnsjster' .I".i!; I' ... r and was.a Girl Scout hers.* for 9. preacher here, and rode the circuit between:

tail saw- them- .growing. ..Gt'( .. i _f )Ie8&1'; ,Starke and Waldo. Rev. White would drive _
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ear y Brie + ''' '." iv' -44....'*' -8"a'k'ri.4n\ down to Waldo each Saturday spend. theright
taurie began n'tea p /\::'_:._. .: has bllwatlnatrumenta: ) ikthe >, and preach Sunday. .

the a/plpal RI .' ", : :t.flnt.It..aeaaati ,*,,"hi-' = slot. ,?: ;. art $nett tmovtoa

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ht' ens rs r 'tal** Uiurii : toSouttei* ... ak. are nowt : Church I Ia a vital part off Laurie'. life.:She.,

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50 persons braved chilly temperatures Wednesday morning to attend ,.4 $4"'
the groundbreaking ceremonies of the 17.5' millon addition to Bradford

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A huge dump truck unloaded gravel and a bulldozer spread it out even as ri
the ceremonies, briefened by a chill factor that felt close to freeezing, took

place In beck of the present hospital.. ,yamw4 J rP
"When you have a groundbreaking you really move dirt," County Commissioner -
Maxie Carter Jr. kidded! Hospital Administrator C. E. (Rip)

O'Steen. It will take some 31.000 cubic yards of dirt to bring the foundation. of N '
the addition up to the floor level of the present hospital. rtr v k,6r ,.r.
The hospital is an important factor In preserving the health and bring address r
better life in this area U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altna, noted in his main p it i
Fuqua, well-known here, noted the chilly temperature and kept his q +, .
promise to be brief because he wants to win votes not lose them, with the 4 ,,1 y, A t'T ,
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election coming up in 1984. 0 b r tr
The growing coat of medical care Is of great concern across the nation,Fuqua
said, and Congress is trying to do everything possible to hold medical
costs down. He wants to keep Florida medical care available to citizens,
especially senior citizens who have greater need of medical care in their latter F PN .
year when personal income declines. \ f
"...that the new hop ltal will touch and heal many patients," prayed 1 ; f a
hospital board member George Shuford, opening the ceremonies.It .
seems only yesterday that planning for the addition was begun:but It 4
'seemed like construction would never start, said Edward C. Peddle, presi- ,.m ,
dent and chairman of the board of Santa Fe Health Care Systems, Inc.which tf M l .r os1 M//
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operates Bradford Hospital. SFCC has planned and brought about construc- Southside
Elementary: Straight A's for 2nd Six Weeks.
tion of the addition which will double the size of the facility. .,.
Administrator O'Steen recognized the county and city officials present, They are from Ieft-t Back RowDerrick fallen.. Bsntlya barns, Starling, Gary Coleman,
the members of the Hospital Faculties Board appointed by the county commission Randolph Danielle Bmltk,.Regina Baa. Jennifer Richardson Kelly Ann
Michael Radrlqutt Amy Rankin Corinthian Hankeraon, Timothy Arratn-
and which the million bond issue. Rep. Frank Duncan, Leigh .Ann : Jane ,
approved (7.9 Odqm, Stllnwlx-lIay.Dana; Warren, and Erica
trout April Mosley Tonlka, Bright, Christy Jones, Kim Douglas, Casey
Williams,D-Middleburg, was also recognized, as well as the chairman. of the fc it n I({cr. : Roberts, Heather Smith, and Alma Conklln. : I
Bradford Hospital AI K. Carlisle. Second RowMichael McKinney, Maria Toth. Bethany Lee, Brittany Hula
Not shown In Julie ponder Brian Canon, Shelley Dampler
Fill and clearing work is proceeding with haste. A requirement of the Kerry Packham. Julie Loper Heather Shaeffer. Shannon Shaeffer Holly and Trlcst.picture are .
hospital's certificate of need, which expires Jan. 2, Is that for foundationsand Hatcher.Julie WIlliamB.'l.\'ollyO'Neal\ Crystal Sutton and Matthew Eunice. Amy 1" '

footing to be started by Jan. 25. Newsome Brothers of Gainesville has a 'j -.. -.... .., -.. .
$333,000 contract for the clearing and filling.
The new 2-story facility will be built directly in back of the present \
hospital, and a new entrance will face Colley Road. It will house all patientson ;Gpen'til; Midnight ,
the second floor. There will be 4-bed special care unit and 50 semiprivateand ;
private rooms. EAGLE:
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First floor of the neW facility will house the emergency X-ray,laboratory, Thursday Friday..

operating, respiratory, physical therapy, EKG, ultrasound, and recovery r itn I '
sections. .i. Open 'tH
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The present hospital will be renovated to house the support systems of thenew

hop ltal, such as administration, business, )kitchen housekeeping, : for Saturday.Chrfetrnas Eve!'
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Preliminary 'plans for a new agent, is complete Dompe reported
$150,000 cafeteria at Brooker Element
tary were approved Monday, Dec. 19, Dust Collector..:
by the Bradford school board for sub The board accepted a $6,350 bid to
mission to the state Department of Install a dust collector in the BUS in-
Education in Tallahassee. dustrial arts shop. No school shop can
Long-awaited by Brooker residents be built now without such equipment,
and school officials, the new BE and Supt. Casey said this could be
cafeteria will have 3,090 square feet charged safe-to-life, funds..
and have a pitched roof. Once architect 988

Al Dompe came up with the kw Value 11 Duo, PRIcH o+ao; piece
square footage the school board nail-' BUS Science Lab., re l Chooa.color/W despn a +
4. jMj.down a $154,500 price by multiplyIng "_. Dompe.said'thersfwjnlrwHBtit tort* 13 :; lob, r 1'VrE' t/i t p't rk 'i.2
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$50 per square toot by 3OIIOequare .new science lab at BHS could be par W :apw awn'! 1"\y, ,'. ,,\. R1SiN.. "' bray or pining 8-XL"- --" at.WOh.rnt. SO-tl x..a'' W.b M tlim 2e eea''rY .
feet. Bally met by W.noo In electrical fan- fgjprovements .1"h., a a tdfi! cl inn/ ( \
"w 're talking 150.000", If we 13,500 for exhaust fans -='t"WA'S fi, : a k.yAnd, Ttuo '.ndl! 44uq ?r
.wh.r; P'"I' Set, WAS.a.118". ''Fn ;
said architect Dompe. smallstorerooms. YM- 4 s
squeeze and $1,000 to enclose two' ;:; ; a : I .' 8.,;.II'IIor
Tom said the school
Supt. Casey
.. WAS"LZ 7.. 96. ?|i Holly HooWa Talk Big,
system has$135,000 in state education Principal Jim Duncan said what the asw 1.M WAS 3 87.I. 2eel.at. a th
public bonds monies and in state school really needs Is a $38,179 projectto ." wawary' oMwtlu' 'w 'Sir ,'av.II%1 .:.; f..1 ,
capital outlay and debt service funds. completely outfit a fourth science .WAS II..... .. low.r 01 ..bylofl PuzzI.. 201 I
"Is this a basic, simple functional sloe;.211I WAS a 77. s
lab but said it is questionable if the I '
building," asked board member money will be there until he sees what .Giggly t, Jioguaa Oon WAS\.31'' ,Flair swa FOI?.121 Nair, WAS 10...,. 81' 4 r t
Rodney Hall, looking at the plans sub prices other BHS capital outlay pro J' Indoor end tdoo
saw ,.211I saw 25% tr Choolo, ;:: t tETPIr.
mitted by Dompe. jects come hi at and how his budget Wor,,. Dine' ,klt5oT2 '" ." N FtncT M.N.' .Up 448 plu. .. Ilphl ;
"Yes. There are a couple alternatesyou runs. The funds should be there, Dun- WAS.r, ,,,, ,MIl/ ,,WAS I.8J. I e ,
can add," said Dompe. can said. SIVa r ArO

Hall came back, "The $150,000 Can his firm go ahead with drawing
figure. Includes the alternates?" plans for a complete science lab,
Dompe replied: "That's a ques- Dompe asked.

tionable 'yes "By,all means. It's a necessity; '
? WE8TKRN v r.s1eRTS WERH EeN OIaC. dRlet, WFRR 10 W
Hall then moved that the said Board Chairman PatriciaSpengler. '
a FLANNEL
preliminary plans be submitted to ry i I Mm a wur..n with hom/i, Man BWEATBMtaTS.or.wr.eck. a-XL 'L.as'KNIT CARDIGANS bal.0 sp.o.tlyw
DOE,.which must approve the plans Supt. Tom Casey said the new / b.cwyow .Pleroe71L M..dN Iw.arealn.,.. _acrytte_awaatara_ 8,M.LS
before state education monies can be science lab needs to be reviewed, but
spent on construction. ''pointed out such labs are approvedfor
only a couple of counties in the I I
SS Re-roofing... state, ''...and we are lucky enough to .v. up to 3.051PoMM 1'8avo false r .. : ._ :"' I >,
Work on re-roofing the cafeteriaand be one of them." Pro Hav Jraval Dryara.Or 1SOOW WERE a3 M/fM AC-DC; Radio i8ee ."' r
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administrative suite at Southside UP TO II 11SmlOSI., a aquREBA {

Elementary should have begun by BHS Walkways Discussed... :lava Lost a.coum ,f+w.,.
Friday, Dec. 23 weather Toaatmaaiar 8.1110.111:1: ra Dam! RadM Wilt AM/ .
permitting,
Toaalar WAS 13 .
Bradford fM/TVl/TVa/WB e
WalKWays to tie
reported architect Dompe. High 3.061 WAS '11'., 18'ssaw per' $$3Iu.nbutton
The cafeteria roof doesn't leak, it auditorium and cafeteria to the main T..p' *on. save 4.0514MFU A/tar Mr Coll.. ,.4, ,,
crack and SS' complex and to move the bus loading WHO Wan Braekal' WAS taat OlgKalCioek : 300 rNba.. n".a.. 1'a
through a r
pours anxious have area to the south side of the gym by / N......... ... 91J Radio WAS 33 ta 181:1
employees are to the f H.
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long-standing problem corrected. the proposed walkways were discuss: Sam 1.001 Super Value {
Kodak AM Paraonal Radio WithEarpnanaa. O
ed.Architect .. WAS Iuro'19"1 ..DISC, PRICE 1013
Asbestos' Removal Dompe said he had no .

Complete... plans ready to present to the school S v.T.001Caaaatta _.... With ."'saw 1.011' ''' $' tj Valta I .
WERE 6A'
board Monday night, but that they are AM/I'M Radro' WAS I IPu.hbuged ?
Removal of the asbestos wrapping nearing completion. He Is thinking of :9.N.. 2913"t-" WAS c..It..1S.3. I eoYa JEANS : ears LEVI'S SHIRTS MEtwi SOCKS
around piping, a $30,000 project, done aluminum covered walkways, such as ,Poty/oollcm. twin float Shan $..y.M poly/cotton Nyron dew aaci s Ma
cut aMdeolora
because asbestos a cancercausingI in the Flagler school system. ptema--'-and Wtacka0- egm..ndpnPfla'LME -
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Delegate, Selection Process Starts Jan.


For Democratic National ConventionJanuary


will run within the congressional
1 through January 20 will district where they are registered to
be the qualifying period for Florida candidates
vote: These may either
Democrats seeking election as congressional OM Sptoa Adar Shuva La- A1S1* '"V" OuorHon. D.odiwant.. ./1e -
pledge themselves to support a particular 4 28 Ox.WAS ),32. s ,* "> **s rAe.. 1
district alternates ;
delegates or presidential candidate or may aawa61 l rlat..a4M/YF 8 'MEN 6 nN'a
to the 1984 Democratic National run as uncommitted candidates.RRST Brut 33 apuin-On Lollon.7OI 1! Rqh/ OuNd AntP.r.plr/ ; 1e VIMYL y TERRY"
Convention. WAS 387 2 r.ni..A b Or.WAg,,1 9E. WRH i l Mi 6LIVPHR DtBQ, VRIG : ,SCUFPI D16C,1M11C6Sw. _
A total of 84 delegates and 28 alter- .Es% fr$Uw Wttl .. ? MEN'S JOOOEHSaw MEN Ms v'D
nates will be elected Democratic ASSEMBLY, OF GOD AaMrM., ZOO Tablala.WA 2 sf + Vlcfca vo.mwaspcwAs.e0.mrx' s! Nywn. W/M padd.d a, C Dt6a.
voters during Florida March 13, 4 24 MlNhr'd S .nonsw..Tisch vrNYfR t 447 &rtT 4"..RiceCont.mporpy
IS W. & Wekton
1984 Presidential Preference Hwy / M4-6971

Primary. These district-level Pastor George WatsOn and
delegates will constitute a majority of The Congregation Invites You to i
the 143 delegates and alternates Come and Worship With Us' .' "

representing Florida in July at the ......seMd _. ... ,.-.. ".'1'.11.
Democratic National ,Convention in Ma la4 WnsM1. .:::, .. !''.,11 AM
San Francisco. EwiaoaJUSs oj. .". .,.i. y'rf ..ttujj t.T PMVMMI I' 1
Florida's remaining delegates will *}WonM* ,. ? .:f!;'..,, ,-.7:34 PM r

be chosen by Democratic State Executive -- -- -. .. CMNima.Guide.AM.ntl-nod/hung 4e s. Nendcr.ited bond c/,... and b. Ufliqu* UattioM oil, jwtry tmpori navai Mann tonlhor-looli ears M.n DISC 6rrttsit I,
Committee officials' and '' qu. hgtrme. .pwsd ie.w 'M Ew 4 from pound iha World, or .leatrr.l ditjilttli lock.,,Musi Ledbat Ann. Kean SM..r, Mt.lQaMYMtsaa
THI opens MA n. Luc n bru ale nor funr.'toneit7nrewry-,r,.. yy
MADFOB0
District Level Delegates in May and CaNN/w
will include party and elected official COUNTY TELEGRAPH lit I 1 I I IO Ic

delegates and alternates. Publlithwl .ev.ry
The 1984'Conventioa will be.the Thursdayof
largest ID Democratic party history ; < 133 W. Call Str..t;

with 5,255 delegates expected to at Stark. *, florlda 33O91
tend. Florida will have the eightb .
largest delegation at the Convention. Second Clots pottage paid at .

Registered Democrats may qualifyto Storfce. .Florida! 0 -- Men .en4edq/ / rW Ww ,t 1
vaughrts
run as candidates for these M.n a an* ladiaa' MgM.r. M TR.W Inimumanta ealeulalay or fugla 1C', or rD"i 4eH.rW., .TWe LI.D, maonatiH.al or Wr.rtN. ,
delegate and alternate seats. Subscription Rates unlqua nnfu and datlgna. Bu.tana LeiiS mini oNtutalor Handy pock.mm lo Buck. aiocN-uo now for ea CailAta'ii/ VCD: */ ?
: and eler mnre / -opOfartd Nrsr t
Qualification forms be obtained MyM.or woman oladlNn9 your baMary WAS a.IB -.r..r ,r,
may 'to-trade area
from County Democratic Executive : $10.00 per year;

Committee officers in' each congraK $5.50 six'months 0 .


sional can district.be obtained Names by of contacting these officers ;Outside area; $11 per year "*I ISta'rke', ,31. W'MaAo.8lr: ,.' ;y 3.-,.'!." I.70.'S i-:..w _'',. ..............., ,

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,I ,. f Contractor Wins, Board Must Pay I

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.ol5Wcontractor on the 1083 addition sideration. that had to be brought in to bring the
,4'I; Hampton Elementary will receive Abney was 72 days late completing addition up to grade with the original I
I *a'tlillputed Payment of $16.029 after a the $207,000 Job to construct a new. school, probably the largest of the
binding arbitration report left unclear cafetorlum and two classrooms\ The disagreements with the contractor.
how:much* the ichool board a tuallyowe& school board allowed 32,of the late Attorney Brown said he has asked
..' 1 'days, but charged liquidated for a clarification from the arbitrator
k Park.Abney Construction Co. of Orange damages on 40 days at $zOo,per day, but that the arbitrator is not requiredor
S the contractor, took the matterto $8,000. to submit a clarification. Brown
the American Arbitration Association The board has been retaining recommended the board pay according
and won, but the arbitrator's $20,000 from the Job, until the late to the arbitrator's report, which
report, was unclear as how much completion issue and who should pay (is binding. .
money,,the school board should pay. several change orders the board or Architect Dave Jackson recom-
Board attorney Terry Brown termed'lbe' the contractor, was resolved. meded the board do nothing until the
arbitrator's report 10 ambiguous The $14,029 was arrived at by startling arbitrator specified A money amount.
It was Impossible to determine" with the board's retainage of But Supt. Tom Casey asked the ac
[ ?' how much the school board 120,000-plus, adding the $3.267 the artion since the arbitrator's report call-
owes, bitrator came up with, and subtrac ed for payment by Dec. 22,just 3 days
The school board was Instructed to ting the $ liquidated damages. It from Monday night's meeting..
'pay original retainage less (8,000 IITJltinted leaves the board some $4,000 to the School board member Rodney Hall
damages, plus (3.267.The good on the contract. moved to pay the $16.029. Attorney
$$.261 was arrived at by the arbitrator It was the board's position that the Brown said the contractor's option is

I after I. .taking some 10 issues Into con- contractor .pay. $3,500 for extra fill to go to court or lose the money

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t They are from ktwKW Front RewsTIm: Crews., Back'RowStephanie Cardln, Sonya Hodges., Jennifer \L For Information Cafc
C.K, FllqIUl Tim Crews, Laurel Sa..ront'.Traey .Me* Jones.Christina Bnl me. Danielle Hersey. Kim WU_, 1 .964.8931 or 473-3Q96 '
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DAYTIME Is cable television exclusively for women."

QUESTION: What Is From raising children to' controlling budgets from,

pp? G \ \ Workmen's; Compensation. ?' recipes to exercise, to interviews you won't see
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," Lawtey:Elementary:2nd'Six Week's'8 Straight ,A's!... ( ., ) .h,('ANSWER,' : All states laws which have.: information, and fun:

.. 'The are. from !iefW .right.'Front Rvwi,'Michael Williams, Melissa Brooker Tonya Prevail. Bradley' Cjompensatlon employer to HearsFABCThe
quire an :
Hardee" Ruth AnneHarris*. Audrey Masse,., Raye' Ball. Sherman Ross, and Skippy Crawford.- "/ ;
; '.Padgett.Troy Lanumte. Shannon Herndon, Erika King.Third RowMark. Shnford' Mlckl Becker; 'Timothy ....carry workmen's .compentsatlon.
,Matthew Grlffls..and Rochelle .......&&, Coleman. Ualssa King.Kim Johnson Bridget Holden,(:: ,Insurance-,- or: ''t'a Experience Shows.CHANNEL .
: Brandy Ross Misty Crawford, and Erin Wilkinson.Second '"(equivalent in,,security( dot
RowMlkel Gaskins., Letlcla'Alston. Eric EdAbsent: from picture are.Tamara Austin. Shane, Grit ?
tfy, !Mark: King, Stephanie Cox. 'Joel Grinu, Veronica On, and Sherry Henderson. jiijsits. It 'pays i employees
J RSrt: of !1ho wages lost,from 17 -1:00
t 1 accidents i p.m.
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thorn" Rep. Don qua told the. Should either ::[alt;or n a or>% 'nation by the year 2000.,Florida now;,S I..ea.' See u. forn
:Starke Rotary Club at its Wednesday ,some support from curt allies or the'' has 19 representatives in Congress, com'pI'q "ftlP' W. '?ff. I
lUcheon,sand It Is'time'for' 'us toTethluk United. Nations' ? compared to only eight when I was ''the> -right Insurance'. yOy .. D'ser
our role thereit': has now Turning his discussion 'to1 tho first elected|n,1962," Fuqua said. might need Cisptaro
said the near $200'
changed from one of 'peacekeeping'to 'economyFtqus f. little seafood
one of survival." billion deficit foreshadowed by President h a great place

Fuqua said,"Those opposing us are ):Reagan'sbudgetary plans, for 1
on the high ground and our Marinesare next year, together with his) opposition STARKE: \
on the low ground. We can't con to any tax increase, would likely CHURCH OF GOD S

tinue to let attack.our men be sitting ducks 'send the 'upward Interest spiral rates'and again inflation thus'endangering on 422 N. $L;Cla*> 984-3445 I ,HODGESInsurance .FEED4 FOR$6'PLUS'A
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tonemy waiter F. Montz Pastor,
: "The whole situation in Lebanon Is recovery from the.receIIo< Agency
and we need to evaluate ,sion that u now under way. We Invite you to worship with.. use: ;
precarious
whether the Marines should there "The present deficit 4s mere than ,Altn..aI .Nuss.y ; 964.4571
'at all,"Fuqua said. "I voted the the 18 ,the combined total deficits under all; ...., ac...."J"1.. . ,. loses .
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'monthsextension 'under' the War American presidents, up to and including Murals. WenM! 11 Set :101A Road' HOUDAY VALUE!
Powers 'Act \but ,the situation.has Jimmy Carter' Fuqua said.' EveftlnllIrwa .. .. ". 1 Edwards. .. 1
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;changed dramatically since 'then." 'Florida must plan ahead for Its accelerated WsdnwdiyYwtk/ ,., .'.. .. ..51:30,. I Closed Christmas Pay
He,said American forces should not. growth which.will make. Free Hog Jowl and Black Eyed Peas

,'' \, ., ,,, .. I served New Year's Day witK every dinner
"'Bradford High-Q
..mmmmmCLIPTHt3COUPONmImUISmmYm
;Finishes Second Wm
;FwDlVlsIon TitleTilt'Bradford'varsitq i. FISH JL FRI S Two tender fish fillets =
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ji.li f0 t iK; natural cut trench fries

.., Wab-( eam FOR hush
.. AjB EO and 2 southern, style! =
emerged as runJ1 1"-uplor the Central
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Division championship 'in" a' conj j .' xit ONLY
ference meet at BUS auditorium last fU Ott.'good 12083/ -1/84/ / D. w
Thursday; losing lie to 138 toIiK,, Not good wim any other" ipctalordltcouflt. Captain -.
terlachen in a.battle! of brains.: ..place. II
,Interlachen will now compete for tar pamctpallno Copf.D's). fl.
the division title with winning teams. &SM wii; / .........CLoP THICOUPONE.SiSiSimU.
,from the East and West Divisions in a *S 5*>- gr 4 '*tt&&&> = 0FRIE' Two tender fish fillets I
which S
double elimination tournament FISH
>may be held at, .BUS early, .. In the.u.new. c I natural cut trench fries
ear. FOR. Ajfl CiA and southern style hush I' R
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'$tradford ended Its first year' ONLY l.DiP puppies.
ttih-Q competition with *record of 8 'r .
l Jf fits and 2 towes, both of the,tatter, toNThe N OIIefgood 2/26183.118114/ / / Captain D'-' N
Intela<<:b8p.. ,. G t ff Gr6 I *I' fe' $ *..sfi" 'N No good, with' any, 0""'i'' special:: 1 .
well ordiicount. sealeod ...
B i Junior varsity team D'' a grtolllttle i .
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the ) ,< Not good with any oilier", $p.ckjlZmmmmmmamtcurntncowoHUt\ ;
As the Christmas Beason speeds by, .', ?! 3 % Cot ordl panel wount t1no Copt D'I) a g 1t1".......---. N.

year Is quicklyu qt1 i s OverF .......
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that your, children .are at a tee* 6x.V .* T AllA '.,*,?- j-fc,,. FISH 0 FRIES Two tender fish fillets:; 'II
nrfhfcst to dot Are ihey1 tutsUansi #$$$ CK, natural cut trench fries D
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talus at the same ''f *& ONLY, i puppies.
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thirelt ,creamy< cole slaw and.8 hush puppies.Serve 9-4.

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Christmas Is Still A Time for Hope : '.'. ,1."'.." "

,, j ij j&;Those t W the Cfaristmases'to delight ,
f the heart'of a Scroog ...the Christmases of :
"The to mend a bad world Is to create the rIght'wortd.. :'J ,
way the Great Depression years of J931-32-33.: v '
Whether this world is eVer to be the right world will depend upon a'.4'. \ \ ;,' ,
B: the people In It...and each of us la one of these people...each an Individual -.00 I r ,
free to develop his own life as God ordained." Ralph i

Waldo Emerson. S ') ,
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Christmas is the time of year when we who is still revered in every civilized nation ; .:

try to put aside, the problems, the around the world. ,' ed :', :

failures, and the shortcomings of the It might seem that in an age of disillusionment -:\:' the I"::' '
world in order to' concentrate on the and cynicism we might have 1 ," ;
joys, the hopes,'and the aspirations., become cold and indifferent to 'the' "

This is a time of change..such rapid teachings of this immortal being, so 1 '
'1 changes that mankind finds it impossible that the day of.His birth would have lost 'i ',

to keep up with them. A time when it some of its magical appeal. But, ; /
seems that most of the world is engrossed somehow, that has never happened. *"'
in waror the threat of war. A time Christmas is forever born anew in the I funds to create Jobs' Loans to Bradford'
'when terrorists' bombs take the lives of excitement of a child Unwrapping a gift innocent men, women, and children, under the tree, the kindness of baskets were coming through from the Production
and delivered to those in need, in Credit Corporation.
and make no place safe from fanatical prepared y?
attack. A time when graft and corrup- and thousands of cards and telephone ,:,:o,'In. .Laborers Paid $12

tion infiltrate some of the highest officesof calls to those we hold most dear., 'end For 30-Hour Week

our government. A time when the Even the crabbed and cranky in our of Plans were announced that 400
moral stamina of our country seems on midst, like Mr. Dickens' Ebenezer. unemployed men in Bradford County
the brink of collapse under' constant Scrooge, are apt to find themselves, in a would be given Jobs at 40* an hour for a
total of for 30-hour work
$12 a week,
bombardment; from obscene movies, spite of all the trouble and ugliness in :;'.;1 l t \ to roads and ditches. Storeownera were encouraged on-
television, and x-rated publications.It the world, mystically falling under the and expecting to 'do a 'big'
is a time when "good will toward warming influence of the'season if on- ? Christmas business from this$10,800 week\
man" seems as distant from reality as ly for a day.Christmas. at ly payroll.
'it has ever been. Due to the fear of ter- inevitably brings forth a'. ; ; The harpy first pay day was describedas
? follows m The Telegraph' of Dec.a..1932:
rorism our nation's capital has assumed kind of spiritual rebirth which seems to ';j i-- "All day Saturday the headquarters was
the look of being under seige.;There are restore the freshness and expectancy of ,';; : surrounded by a crowd of men and womenin
mechanical barriers at the gates of the trusting childhood.. Certainly, it is the'': f ,. holiday spirit.- Most of them sat on the
White House. Large cement barricadesare children's day, but few adults can experience -;--* ;25* ground laughing and talking spite of the
\ fact that bad been there since
$ of some
erected at the entrances to the State its magic spell without at least' % morning. early.
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Department in an effort to block ter- into
momentarily entering once again "A neat about
caused
stampede was &
rorists in their' bomb trucks, and the magical world of childhood. ths / o'clock when a practical Joker lifted his
missiles are mounted around the White voice and shouted, 'All you fellows come
The essence of Christmas is the hope
House to intercept wayward that around to the back and
planes ; get paid off right
words of "Peace
might fly over the central city.It that those enduring on. now I' It was almost dark before the first
Earth" might; one day be realized. name was called by the paymaster and
is a time when cynics might think Around this basic' premise, Christianand for was relayed along the! line of workers,
the hallowed message of "Peace on non-Christian alike may ''join, and l weary with waiting, but sun cheerful.
Earth" ,had lost its meaning, and we make this hallowed season one of united be i From ,then on checks were handed out

were again poised on the brink of the purpose..a purpose which will as ) rapidly to the and stores those where receiving they them had hurriedoff spotted

dark ages from which we emerged cen- ultimately lead to mutual tolerance and be bargains during their day of window shopping .-

turies ago. understanding among all the peoples of ..' '"." '

But in spite of this gloomy outlook it is the ,Earth. .' in I 'Although the full recovery would'not
good to know that at least one custom Once again, in this Christmas of 1983,'?|'>' come until the outbreak of World War II m
has never changed and still remains un- may we rekindle the age-old story of the it the the Christmas early 1940s a start had been made and

challenged since it first began almost birth of Him whose life was destined to "" 56. 'a new ray of hope.trees The of 1933 worst were of lighted the Great by

2,000 years ago..the custom of influence and challenge the, best. j : alo Depression, was over.
celebrating the birth of a peaceful man qualities of mankind in every age. a

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I (1\; Marines Being Subjected : !:;L': J JA .. : : Coua&y Ageat. ,

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House Armed Services subcommittee .I At the Many of holders of privawpesticide card,
"Our Marines are not entrapped by,
concluded this week that the terrorist plicator's licenses are receiving notice
the enemy; they are prisoners of that their licenses have expired, or will be
truck-bombing that killed 241 U.S. mindless cliches"' says Mr, Ball. and expiring soon and that they must contact
servicemen in Beirut on October 23 "Leaving them to hang on stubbornly in day 1'I will ,their County Agent office. if they want >
resulted from the failure of senior 'an impossible situation does not showAmerica's and license renewal.
military commanders to protect their'troops strength; it discloses our im The re-in The legislature mandated several
"the full ofthreats" on changes in the re-certiflcatioa I
against spectrum .Yet we must not remove them' program
potence.
beginning Oct. I, 1963.'The I
major changes
to which they were exposed.The .
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: we are told,]or. we will undermines were that to be re-certified,the private applicator -
senior Republican on the subcom- credibility of our worldwide com', la.. (farmer or rancher) : must 1
mittee, Rep. Larry Hopkins of Ken- mitments the same seductive fallacy''' demonstrate a working knowledge ofl
tucky, was even harsher in his criticism that kept us bleeding in Vietnam for' our of pesticide application.that He must identification pass an examination -,!
covers pest
than the language of the report. ,"The long,'unnecessary-,)'ears," ( and pesticide formulations, labels and label

people in the Mideast have been fighting In Mr, Ball's' opinion, President'' is mg. protection, the environment application j
since the days of'Abraham,,"'he said, Reagan abandonedthe neutral function; to equipment,, calibration laws a
"Asking our Marines to stop the fighting of Marine "presence" in Lebanon when, : regulations, and' pesticide safety.
there is like trying to change the courseof and planes of the U.5. fleet were ; Is' Licenses are good for four years ar
guns / there Call i
Niagara Falls with a bucket. is a $5 charge for renewal
used on behalf of the Gemayel govern- $ or come' by U you have. a, need to appll
said
Hopkins further there major
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ment against the Shiites and Druses at a restricted pesticides.
flaws in.security precautions at the ,
time when the Marines were not under : .
Marine compound, confusing changesin attack. That was not "interposition," .
the rules of engagement, failures in but active participation in the Lebanese I "tters 'r"
the chain of command, and a weaknessin civil war and, if continued, could in- : .. ;.. ,. I
the analysis of intelligence" about ter-' volve us in a conflict with Syria and riska ;f I ,
rorist activity in Lebanon. confrontation with the Soviet Union," '

In its report, approved by a 9-3 vote, Mr., Ball declares.He, continues! : 'to protect iDals. sex the'offenders public''from, and perverts.larden''crb

subcommittee. questioned whetherthe ,"So'the time has come for'mature '
ac In my Judgement, tbl8'ma has mam
Marlnes'should remain in Lebanonand
tion.' In concert with other participants )l i the image of a true correctional officer anis
urged the Reagan administration to in the multinational force, let us make ; | : not worthy .wearing, such,a lee
consider whether their presence is known our decision to withdraw, We ; table uniform. -

needed to carry out the U.S. Middle have done what we could and have done'it h / I There are no words to convey the shame
East policy. honorably, trying for 15.months to' '' and ridicule we aa human beings felt.especially
But what is'the Middle East ? of ) a for our' children and the
policy fulfill the assigned mission an 'inter- > children of tomorrow. Where are people's
On a recent Sunday morning,"Meet the position post. But conditions have 1"t : n orals and sense of decency? mat will
Press" or "Face the Nation0 programthe changed, ,terrorism increased, and ;f. 1 \ ': the your-answer be when child,possibly your
top-ranking general in charge of fighting resumed. Our Marines have ly ; in-' own, "asks you. 'Why did that man do
U.S..forces in Europe said the Marines'mission suffered heavy casualties and are ..: want that?to''a Can you answer..will you even

in Lebanon was simply"presence" caught in a cross fire they cannot to
(Signed by): Yvette Matl ews. Alms J.
The defines"presence" active
dictionary restrain without becoming participants Henderson, ''Shirley, Crockett Elaine
as "the state or quality of in. the conflict, which would ')y. : Daniels, Lake Butler -
being in a certain place." In the case of negate their peacekeeping function. The '(Editor1 iao' ;:'Ti SuptrlMrndtnCoJ:
Lebanon, "presence" apparently meant role of an interposition' force is no the correctional Institution concerned
that Marines were to maintain a high longer: practicable.!' of, reports that 'fmmmilat steps. 'wtrt,taken
visibility} with unloaded rifles, in the A ; ,to investigate this incident, and tM' three
hope of lending,non-violent .support, to, dar correctional\ officers wH df/>mfa''<|from
At his conference Tuesday night ,theirJobe" "
press ( :!!df' )I.).
the of Lebanon
government' against Mr, Reagan indicated that he had not ; ;; ; >j
enemies to whom violence is a way of changed in his determination to keep of
life. That Mr. Reagan or of his ad-
any the Marines in Lebanon to carry out his '
visors could believe the Marines could, so-called ""peacekeeping" mission D ) ,

maintain such "presence" in Lebanon which' has already resulted in : ,; a' I' >
without becoming involved in 'undeclared' ;war and the!! loss of many I r :; ; r
undeclared is incredible .
war lives. He refused to give his opinion on j I an,, Q '
George W. Ball, Undersecretary 'of'State the House';subcommittee, report: that \ ) I '
from 1961 to' 1966, 'calls Mr. Marine commanders were to blame for Iinadequate' ; 'Or .; r MERRY
Reagan's actions 'in sending the measures to protect the j:, CHRISTMASTO.
Marines to Lebanon and keeping them lives of their men..,, '!! 'IJ : d-;,

there under such conditions, as I, \ {. All
"childish.'* Defiantly keeping them if Mr.: Reagan" is hesitating to pull the '1%, .

under fi "until both the Syrians'aDd Marines out of their untenable position i: I .& I .
Israelis withdraw and the because 'he fears '"loss of, face", he J ; i .,
government controls the entire country should realize that the real loss of face Can',

is a remote an4 ,unlikely set of, will come; when more Marines are .. q
events-." brought home on stretchers. ,
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,I StarKe Golf and Country Club held, gave favors to the youngsters and had
/ Jt their annual Christmas party Tues pictures taken .with the children sit
day evening Dec. 13, for members ting on his lap. .
families and guests. .
Dinner was served from 8:30 to 7:30: The club house was gayly decorated
p.m.. Tom the magician entertainedthe in the Yuletide theme with a large
: iw; children for 45 minutes followedby Christmas tree and, red and green
the appearance of Santa Claus who streamers. '
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Mrs.. L.J. GranC.Lrat.s Junior Woman's Club

80th Hold Christmas Party

f d4 i 1 Birthday D.cr 11'
: 1 A w Junior Woman's Club of Starke held
A t their annual Christmas
aS L.J. party on
r Mrs. (Inez
) Green celebrated
I I,1 S Saturday, Dec. 17, at the home of Ms.
r, 1 k her BOth birthday at a family dinner Sandra Crawford. '
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I I. 1'5J ; '. party Sunday, Dec. 11 given by her All members brought ornaments to

J I' daughter, Mrs.Green Cunningham exchange with their secret pals, gifts

t t Tom, the magician enthralls the youngsters at the StarkeGof| 6nd Country" 'ClybChristmas Party. ... .and the latter son. Archie on Lake Geneva.at the home of to Pampers send to for Hacienda Cindy Futch.Girls Ranch and
The dinner attended
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'\ 'fltfimfi was by The club would like to congratulate
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of, the family and a few
Kenneth C. Grlder, winner of the raf
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I close friends.

I : rist'rnasPqrties : ,;'J.. 'k.b. d"centered, __ n______ _nmm. _____.__ fle.

;. .;', I reld.by QrganizatipKs. with miniature red. and FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERSWish

. ,greet Christmas '
. e- Employees husbands and wiveS of'' (';ommunlty'State Bank of Starke, cheon Friday; Deo. le,, In the. lunch '.-The ten guests trees.attending included You A
Fortune Federal Savings and Loan held, a Christmas buffet dinner and room of the r.r*.raph.' staff; husbands and wives
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v -Assnv from the Starke, Gainesville; ,dance at the Starke Woman's Club on The table was covered with' a Christmas gifts were exchanged VERY MERRY CHRISTMASAND
Keystone Heights and Lake Butler :Saturday, night ,rDec 10, for the -officers Christmas cloth and centered with a ,during{ the evening.
Y ,-. ,banks were guests at a buffet dinnerSaturday'night 'directors, employees, seasonal arrangement, Platters held' A

. ,_ Brownstone's Restaurant, Dec.. 10,.in at the Uncle Oaks husbands The 85 and, attending'wives. sat at tables" cake luncheon and cookies condiments! ;; punch, fruit, ..' /j. '" ::: HAPPY NEW YEAR

I Mall Gainesville. decorated in the,Christmas theme. The 21 .employees'with husbands" 'r'. ; ,
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t Christmas decorations highlightedi Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres ,were and wives, were invited to attend between "
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I : the tables where the 50 were seated. served at d and dinner at 8 pm. ,the,hour* 1} noon and 2 p.m.r'j .: I. 11 i ;?;
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evening guests I .a 41i" .
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I 6 The Florida Ban at Sterke.treated. i "J' "q oi1'G 7'1)') ,( II.,..
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I t v ',their employees, directors husbands i ,, ,- Mr. and Mrs( Olin White were hosts i"" ( jj ,
; and wives at the Alhambra dinner;, at a dinner party Tuesday evening; r '
theatre Saturday Dec 17, with 61 attending Bradford County,'Telegraph, Lake Dec.:', 13 at the'' Western Steer Steak, : I J ht.

the Chrfstmas party., ": < Region Monitor Union County Times, House for'' the employeesofKoch' ,. f.1 I s:.
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husbands*and. wives had a buffet lun coyered. ,table' wa : t
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Methodist
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Life Insuranca Term Mortgage We want to announce, that. ,
seven groups of the First Mrs. Lucile Godwin on Tuesday;Dec. Methodist Fellowship) MaUfor, a: state Planning'
- "- 'United Methodist Church held partiesat !> 'eat' ,'' ?. I t.j i J' 1 >. .4. ) Universal Life Annuities WENDY REPLOGLE ,
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their December meetings: 19 attending at three tables '
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Chrlstmas'1I'tC. ted Christmas'
I Eva Blair 'Group One with Mrs:: which' carried 'out the Christmas "< Individual/ .Motor\ Medical\ iI ,. > : i 1s \joining 'our taff' specializing in:
,,11.i.c. VJ exchanged! ... by,. .. ....: '...... .
..a ,;, ; tent chairman d"tch tkttlMtmei! Following the,luactmoni III<..IP'J"prI }:; n tua isl .I j j. *>* *''d I -- : &.!cQI Oj II" } .,
?r i "(I I tNat..luncheon ... IiIt\ e.'l.-\r.' \ +txru+aa yww ven'ter m1'i.rcrn'jj,: dS II'ii i"'fo<< al ..lut'..._. 'Bla1llftuts' >( ... an" cmlor- ft'.Y
... ... ..It -I!.. 'btAttv. Qmu! >efstwtrinain.4rlrtt, a tft 1 t en- was"T { "TI> ;r J1 la"""t sirnesv111ePerms %, : ,', .,, '
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e' The U-shaped tables were centered the prayer partners. during the morn; f attending.JlMw :>W'#a'.,'rr I 11jpvbranteed Life '
II 19' twltb: garlands of pyracantha and ing. J .+ Sunday morning at:: 9:30 ..m.,' the .. ou' if' J ; p6c1lttop(, .r1t70)....., .i,, ,'tVi ,: *35M Ladies Cut '1214
,II ..I") kumquats Mrs: L.C Early gave a Ianche Williams Group Five with, Wesleyan -Sunday School class had, ; / "tr.. t. -' up
.t ",1 ;Christmas prayer and poem' during ,Mrs. Norma Thompson, chairman, breakfast at the Western Steer Steak,. Whfyf{ Nol ec.le''Ug'he.tJnferell.
It .". the program, followed by a cookie exv metTuesday; night,'Dec. 13, at MrsThompson' House before attending the Cantata at $ Rate 'AvailableIRA ?/ Mens Style Cuts-$10'M Wet Cuts 7
and of with home N. 'Walnut' I
change exchanging gifts on the U a.m. service; atthe; church.Fr.d
.1 ,their prayer partner. 19 members and Street lor a Christmas party. I' !k '12% Annual Yield FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS
ffil one visitor; enjoyed the occasion. Mrs -Randy Johns gave -a' R;Coll for an 6ppolnlm today ,
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;.Kate,Struth Group Two with Mrs. Christmas program after which- the,
x l-. i- :James Womack chairman met ati 'members exchanged gifts. with their \VVheeler/ Sr.'s -- ;; 964-5478, 144 West Call Street -. 964-7307 Starke

,r qteMl) ,the Kingsley Lake home of M... John prayer partners. Enerfaln..Fa.. UY! ,ct ...
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10' Torode Tuesday. Dec.: 13, for a The 20 attending enjoyed Christmas
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. ,covered dish luncheon. Christmas snacks sandwiches,, cookies and At"Holiday,PdrtyApproximately :
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''I x19 ,ed. ,' ,Beth Strickland Group, Six with M members'and ;
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I 'I\j?>, ,. .M",: Womack gave a reading on the Mrs.; Glenn Polk,. chairman, were friends attended a family holiday, iJT'mUNE
meaning of Christmas. entertained at -a Christmas party party Saturday, Dec. 17, at the homeof
btfri tables were covered, with Christmas 'given by Mrs.'Don Hardenbrook and Mr and Mrs. Fred' Wheeler'' ,Sr. on I k ,:S
.. cloths i and held, .seasonal 'ar* Mrs.' Nelson Green at their home on Hammond RoadCarols'were ; \ t {i
..hlf' rangements.: Market Road Tuesday evening Dec. sung around the organ' ..Mi: !
In the led by Glenda and : : "
1'1 .The ,18 attending exchanged gifts 13. game room
Biqa, 'with their prayer partners. before the MIDoyle Crews presented' Pam Wheeler accompanied 'by Bill .TA'NEW
luncheon. Christmas program and gifts were Miller on the organ.' 'H
Nolia Middleton Group Three :with exchanged by the prayer partners. Christmas decorations were placedat -
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covered oish luncheon on Tuesday., 16, attending. ; , 1'! Wheeler home.,The} buffet- ,table' 't'' ,,' '
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Dec. 13, at the home of Mrs. George Katie Walnwright Grobp Seven was covered with a dish cloth "t "\; AR IN.c. .' '
Roberts, Jr.;.Hot cider was served as with Mrs. Leslie Becker, chairman centered by'> various hors ,:( I 'iI :
the members arrived met' Wednesday .afternoon"" at the d' eurves. i: f- /' :t '

The ChrIstmas theme was 'gayly I', I : ,) ,
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Elaine Thornton the program ont "i"fj' *
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David SparksEngagement the IB19Ralford elected as follows: Mrs. Herbert
home of Mrs. Don Page. Mrs. Kenneth
Told Stern Piano Students Road and son, Don Pail ..Jr. Thomas Grider, ,vice-president president; ; Mrs. James
of GalneavUle
afternoon
Sunday
Pr.*.fit RecitalThe Dee.l1.The on Blackshear, secretary: Mrs. Has
is made of the Mrs.
Announcement Grlffls, treasurer and Flc) ale
I five children and families of the
engagement of Shian AnJanette y Prescott worship ithaittwiuf rt':<
student of Louise Marls
Robert of Starke to David Wayne piano late Adam and ROM Green were pre- the ptWwwa.cn"Advent
Stern enjoyed their annual ChristmasRecital sent: Robert, Herbert and Jimmy Mrs. Thomas gave Season'7
of Brooker. stressing
Sparks the Green
and Monday even- and Grace
party on Green Reese
Miss Roberta Is the daughter of Mr. Dorothy this i Is the time we should be
growing
Hall of
and Mrs. D.C, Roberts of Starke and Ing, Dec,United Fellowship Church. Page: Including all grand and great. In our Christian life.AutoAnd.
the First Methodist
Mr. Sparks .lathe mm of Mr. and Mrs. granr chtldren.
Brooker. Following the piano program, A large tree decorated with handmade -
a Albert Miss Sparks Robert of Is a senior at orad- every...? enjoyed punch,cookies and ornament was a point. of In-
School and .U employed by brownie;served by mothers of the terest in the living room.
ford High refreshment table/ ,with a covered with a
and Gas Co. puplla. The' The dining table was "
Register Mr. Sparks Oil i Is a 1981 graduate of ,red; and, white tablecloth, held acenterpiece red Irish linen cloth centered by a .
School and U of glittered l grape mixed candelabra with five tall tapered.
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Bradford High with other fruit and greenery.To candles surrounded by holly.The buffet 'I' .
Farren's Tree Surgeon.
employed by; the conclude the evening. the held an arrangement of red and tj'J,
will take place at '
The wedding I'
Church. The date students//exchanged gift which they white poinsettias with white candles. ,
4 Graham Baptist later. had placed .under a brightly The patio was decorated with a II
announced ,
and time to be \ .decorated ,Chrlatmad tree. Selena white Christmas. tree and a handmade ,
Norman receivd a composer statuette tablecloth of UoUy design was. I / ..
for ,finishing' her .Theory. Exam at used on the table. I I .' J" J
Joiner jnld-term. After dinner, pictures were taken of '
Wynette : Shlan Roberts "," farttcbating wren Lori Jutre'rhomal the five children* grand and:great J :
Michelle Muse, David Sparks ill" : .,, Misty fHl' Erie Brown grandchildren. A special guest Mrs.: HomeownersInsurance
Wynette'Joiner Michael RaleyEngag.ment .;1' : I Brooke Watson, Wannls Maude Fields, mother of Hazel
Jeffery Moor. Walker, Kern FUlyaw, Jane Sunwix- Green, enjoyed;; th6 afternoon and
Told :' Hay, ,I>ori Mann Andrea Williams, evening with the group, ,
To Wed Dec: 30 St. Edward's ftathollcChurch ; ,', Beau; Ely; ,Kim ,Dukes, '.Stephanie II JOY M. TKOItNTOMSates' :'
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and Mrs. Earl C. Muse of Shannon Abrams *:"", :
Mr. Dukes Sean Jones. RepnsantaiivB
Mr. and Mrs. Colon D. Joiner of Starke announce the engagement of News:::;: '' Viva Riley Selena Norman, AmyLewis,11iolly .Episcopal Women 'Starki'K.YllOfIl HafflMs' .

Starke announce the engagement and their daughter,Tracey Michelle Museto jlir.( ,; Shields, Todd Gillen- Hold Election 473-7848 .'
approaching marriage of their Michael Douglas Raley, son of Mr. Special. Services. ; watersJ Patricia Farado,. Cindypatadojland ,((904)) ::1//
daughter, Wynette Doris, to Jeffery and Mrs. L. Douglas Raley of .' h' ..wt..hM. ?' Jules Wise. The Women of St. Mark's Episcopal/ t MetroolitanL
Glen Moore, son of Glen A. Moore and Tberessa. Reconciliation Service, .Thurs, .. '
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j-y lr < Church held their monthly I 1......._.r Cwnr.nlU'
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Mrs. Robert R. Jones of Starke. A March 27 wedding is planned. Dee:22-7 p.m. Visiting prieafe will be .. and election of officer on Tuesday,
Jeff is a 1981 graduate of Bradford Michelle is employed at Western available for confessions iChrls'tnias \' .- 'Green; Reunion ; Dec. 13 in the Parish House. kunopouu' lUlU suras n 1St
High School and la presently Steer Steak House. "" the LiferHejimAulo'MomeRntiramenf1'Metropolitan '
Mrs. Flomle Prescott opened !\
employed by the Florida National Michael employed by NAPA Auto Masses-Sat'f 6fec!>'l, 'll':,ftfld.I pc e mber" 11 :', ,:. meeting with the devotional and worship y -',-
Guard in Jacksonville. Parts in Starke. p.m. Midnight Mass.. Chrjstaa'tor- service using"Christmas a Ugh ;
Wynette is a 1982 graduate of Brad nlng, 10 a.m. I : A lamlly'dlnner party was held at Feast Time In the Church"as her.sub Property and bilityni. / .Cx
Ith.msf Warwick.R I.
ford High School and of is Starke.employed by ,_. I ,.., ..1' I ject. .
Hatcher Enterprises Officer for the coming year were
'The will take place Friday, ,
Dec. 30 wedding, at Tp.m. at the First Chris THEY'RE WORTH ASKiMG: FOR; :il :' ..,',
tian Church of Starke.All >/'
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friends and relatives of the cou- i _;., (>
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C.H. Nasworthys AmerfC! tj'. ,prey offPtn lfvje,specialservices! to,, !

Entertain Dec. 13 help protect you if your tr.aveler.llhequcli are lost t'

orstolcnrCnedit Card Cancellation Assistance...
Mr. and Mrs. CH. Nasworthy
entertained at a covered dish snack .... Temporary ID Check Cashing up to$200.
Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 9 p.m. at their 24fHour Travel Service Hotline andEmergency ;r'I

home on E. Call Street. ; Message Seryice. SQ _
The home was attractively '. when) you ask! us fpr. ;travelers I, iv ts i R'r
with Christmas
decorated throughout t. <8
decorations. The dmjng room table :vV J1eque. ask:for Brkwi Ta J
was covered with a Christmas cloth <, 'Andean Express" Travelers Cheques.t chaquee, I, ', I

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live nativity pageant. At 11 p.m. OPEN 7 a.m. 9 p.m, ( Eri: r.viileD, ,,q arna6'.aiM. .lIlji, 10.sail .siM ,dfimil' ',t r''
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Christmas JUST ARRIVED! ; Shipment Air hypes OfUPHOLSTERING ., J
Candlelight Communion Service will Neyt : ,1 4 ;"iII be
be held with the Rev. Warren Langer jiJie ) '1 : i : ,Acme Hardwar.. ..

preachin On Christmas Day there will be a. Christmas wJ Ii' JoWf'";" Reg.622". Nowsl1iZtttini) "kf" ,' ,' Edna &Don Toote, .

special birthday party during the Sun- W Western rejuvenate'.yoqr ., "' I"" ,j;.Jt'. .
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day School hour for all 'oj Shirts "" 1
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special Christmas service. Nurserieswill 4TI P i' '' '
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services except for the 11 p.m. "
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J :: irk Schmidt Chiick Williams and Mrs. Terry Jones ;of Ontario, Mn and Mrs. J.A. Glssy will have
ct ,:I \" CB1RI'HS\:' Mr.: and kI Carver of Florida Southern Col- Canada Mrs: Joseph ;Severo of their children, home for the long
*r as Sunday : ge are home for the holidays. McLean, Va. and families and Joseph weekend: Miss DenIse Glssy and Mrs.
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i" II' ljllt" "'" Deaver of : Rev. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and spending 10 with their parents, and Mrs. Jay Merrilees of Santa Fe
\ : ,' ;ttw'' fr" and Mrs. : lighter Rachel of Chattanooga Col. and Mrs. l.A. Scanlan. Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gassy
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Sea Marl Ballet J.A.:., Griffin.r.U. / : and Mrs. Charles Kingsley Lake Baptist Church !

Ret: and Sharon Ballea of Ralford .. Waycross spent the weekend wither
announce the birth of a daughter, Tal1li ,mother, Mrs. Mack Williams.
Sena Marie, born Dec. 13 in Alachua Walters of AI' "Where everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ Is Lord" I
General Hospital. She Joint a brother\ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rink spent Dec.
Mrs.
Rex Bailes, Jr.. age 14 years. Will be 11-1 In Las Vegas, Nov. and Dec. Sunday Services: ,
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs *16 with his mother, Mrs. William 10:00 am Sunday School _
and i
,Mrs. Vernon Crosby of, Starke and I' : Rink, Sr. in Tampa. 11:00 ,
am Morning Worship
'great 'grandmother .Is. Mrs. Effie ... '
Mr. and 'VMs. ,
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Crosby. / ; : Barbara Harvey of Atlanta and
; Paternal grandparents are Mr. and.' tend Wake/ the : .,:Cpl.'Tom Johns of Parris Island are 7:30: pm Evening Worship /
i Mrs Roy Baffles of Emporla, Kansas. Rev.' Jackietheohns holidays with Mrs. Wednesday

'Seminary' Bitch.M and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. 7:30 pm. Mid-Week Prayer Service

SuiaoaNlcoJe Whittle decree on
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Mrs. R.A. Under IiU of-SUrke and '
great grandmother 'is, :Mrs.., 1 Fleta+ i : : Recruit Training'
Williams of Macclenny. Mr. and .
J ,Paternal grandparents are Marba of Ocala J tlavy Seaman Melvin B. Randalls,
Whittle of Starke! and Levi Whittle of with his son of Mae Pearl Randalls of Starke,
1 Graham. Great grandfather in Ernest ,has completed recruit training at the
L Cowart of Nocatee, Fia..Amber Miss ( Naval Training Center Navy Recruit
.t : Texas""- : Training Command, Great Lakes, III.
r Mr. and ""+t During the eight-week training cy-
Leigh Faulk Dec,23 to ,; ,cle, trainees studied general military
PT" : subjects designed to them for'
f 1 Mr. and Mrs. ,Carlton Faulk'of Mt','and ; further academic prepare and on-the-Job
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.t Starke'; announce the birth of a son, Todd training In one of the Navy's 89 basic May your heart- ;>
I I daughter, Amber Leigh born Dec. ding ''occupational fields. '
f',r In Greater Orange Park Hospital. Stump ,. Included In their studies were be filled with'tf-7
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and close order Naval
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; great grandparents are MI': '
kend Holiday ,complete this course of instruction -
.( L.M. Norman,1 Sr., all of ,, weekend ?!, are eligible for three hours of college 4? our most traditional '
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton' Strickland, of ly-., .' credit in Physical. Education and '
f Kingsley Lake. Hygiene. holiday.;
Patema1grandplU'entl are Mr.'and ,. ;Miss1%su : "' 'u'Fh. .a
Mrs., 'L. >A. Johns of Jacksonville.. ,,. win spend : 'VIv' !

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"The Nutcracker Suite Ballet"Thursday ; MERRY CHRISTMAS

; evening by the Gainesville Civic ". '.' ,May alt the Yuletide'
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I: I 1984 Annual 'Earnings Base Up Tp $37,8 Q.According to SS Director .j: :ld41} *,.rt i I


t 8. The annual earning bane thee The effective Social Security tax ed,by Social Security".io determine The Medicare hospital. insurance figure watt $UI2. or about at social the oecuniy-can Gainesville oe Social''obtained !-
maximum of for will be the same In whether deductible, the lfer-:!( 6SyTof care bt a:skilled
amount annual earningsthat rate employees a person will receive benefit amount a Medicare' Security office located' at ,530 N.
counts for Social Security will 1984 as it was for 1983. 6.7 percent. during the year. person whose an- patient Is responsible for when he or nursing facility, Medicare will pay all Waldo Road. Telephone number Is
I' J; Increase to $31,800 for 1984 up from This Is true although the tax rate for nual earnings do not exceed the annual she first'receives hospital inpatient covered costs except$44.80 a day.The Alachua County, 376-2379; and Bradford
9 35,700 the 1983 base,A. Glenn Moore, employers will be 7.0 percent, Moore exempt amount will receive all services in a benefit period, will Increase 1983 figure was $38. County, W440W,
( 0. Social Security district manager in said. The reason Is that 1963 legislation benefits for the year. %',;; to$:156 in 1984,A:,Glenn Moore, Also scheduled to increase Is the ,
l' Gainesville, said recently. which raised the tax rates gave A person whose earnings exceed the Social Security district manager In basic monthly premium for Medicare
b The Increase based on the change employees a .3 percent credit, given annual exempt amount will have$1 In Gainesville! said recently. medical insurance, the part of Calvin W. Brown "
:. 0< in average earnings levels from 1962 .when the tax Is deducted from earn The 1983 deductible is $304. Medicare that helps pay for doctors' Promoted, to Teeh.Sgt;; :;"'
earn services and other medical services..
to 1983. Ings. Also scheduled to Increase are the
e'I The end result Is that a person who The amount of annual earnings required per day amounts patients are responsible The basic 1984 premium will be$14.60 Calvin W:'Brown; sofl,,1jf'Verda)< B.
Ito has the in 1984 as in for a' Jnequarter for after cfcrtain of 'up from the 1983 figure(of$12.20 Some
same earnings person to lengths stay' will .because the, Brown of Deltona,has been promotedIn
1983 will the same Social Security of ,' the measure of In a hospital skilled facility people pay coverage nursing basic is increased 10 per- the U.S.,Air force to the tank of'
; Lawtey Newsby tax.Other Social Security work credit will Increase : premium could technical sergeant His wife,Tammy,
Social Security' figures will to$300 In Utt4,up from the 1983 After'60 days of Inpatient hospital cent had for each this year a person but did not. Is the daughter of TrOy ties 'aves of
increase In 1984 also. The annual exempt figure of$370.A person will earn four care In a' benefit period hi 1984 have protection Keystone Heights and :Becky
Elisabeth Terry amount used in the annual earnings .quarters of coverage;'the maximum Medicare'' will pay for all' cove.edcosta ; Finally insurance the "Baste:premium! [ for, Saunders Ashboro, N.C; Sg\Brown
i phone ; test will Increase to $6,960 for possible,if his or her annual earnings! except: $89 a deny:The 1983 figurewas hospital ) paid by' people Is a 1971 graduate X Demand Senior.
Church Activities... people 85-70 and to $5,160 for people amount to $1,560 or faon.', x36.For who do not otherwise qualify furprotection this High School.Drown :
,will Hoe to$155 for 1984,up
under 65 all of 1984. The 1983 figuresare each reserve day of inpatient is a missile facilities
Laura Baptist Church has changed' 16,600 and 4,920. Medicare Rates Up care, Medicare WUI' pay for all from the 1983 figure of$113. specialist at Little Rock Air Force
the time for their evening services to The earnings test is the measure us- covered costs except $i78. The 1983 More Information about Medicare Base ,Ark, with the ,308th Strategic.

Sp.m.First Baptist Church held their birthday -. r 1"-' "Missile Wing: _

party on Sunday night,Dec.$.
Their Christmas program was

Wednesday, Dec. 21. unit i&myr TOMAXWELL
Grace united Methodist Church
will have their Christmas party Fri

day night, Dec, 23, at 7 p.m. I. '

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were hosts for a stork shower for Mrs. --- -
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Debbie Alfa In the fellowship hall on Pey" .
Tuesday night. After playing two 'CI' "
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refreshments of cake and punch were a : ,
served. Cl. p. '
Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson 'CIl iiif "

and daughters visited their brother- boc COFFEE ,

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John. ,, ., ...A qy:' BONOS'.''
Butler, in Gainesville on Sunday. c ,suVor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert AUg are the LoSi"r7': 'v
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proud parents of a son, Michael '" j, I" 1 LB VACUUM CAN'
9 Ibs.14 .,born Dec. }
Eugene,weight o*
14 in Alachua General Hospital. PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS I 11"\.o.("" UMTf-l \tolTH A S7.BO OR MORE FOOD ORDER.
DEC.
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Ray 22 THRU SAT., DEC 241' J. "ljl\II'J\ \ .

Rosier. Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. of Houston, Texas. .
Alig yvASHINCiTpl, >< SI ATI; '
Mrs. Hester Hicks and daughter. WED OR GOLDEN ;
Mrs. Helen Shuford, and her BAKING
daughter Nancy, were guests of her DELICIOUS
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Martin of Daytona, FrI-
day and Saturday.Mr. .
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daughter-In.law,Mr.and Mrs.Reggie -
Norman, '
on Saturday night. ro w Bonus
Mrs. Fred Moore visited her sister, our
Miss Rachel Boyer, in the
Presbyterian House In Jacksonville.
on Saturday for supper.
Mrs. Candle Underwood and.son of
Green Cove Springs visited her VI Af fRYjftll

on parents Saturday., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt iSllwlP* 1*

Miss Lisa Graves and Tony Collinsof >./''''''

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Don Graves.
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Torode", and daughter, ,.IIj!
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and Brannon of "Jacksonville; ___
Jeannette Troxell and Mrs. Mary COMiARCMEAM
Frances Kelly. They enjoyed a J I
delicious dinner with the family. TVLB CORN WHOL
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COned Beef 1O.. 1..9'9' Bathroom_ Tissue ,a,.99" Yellow Ontons v' .. 3 ,g.9. Avocadoes ... + io. .:r fI:

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Florida taxpayers with tax questions 222-0807;; Tampa 229-0615; and West
r can utill call Tele-Tax.a recorded Palm Beach 655-199.
., tax Information service according Calls from outside local dialing
> to Merlin W. Hogs, Internal Revenue areas will result in a long-distance
: I Service district director for Florida. charge.
I The recorded information service Is Taxpayers who want a complete list
., available to taxpayers with push but- of the available tapes and tape
ton telephones and has 141 information numbers should call 1-800-241-3860
tapes on tax subject such as and order IRS Publication BIO. "Tax
itemized deductions adjustments to payer's Guide to IRS Information and
income tax information for Assistance." By punching t the appropriate -
employers and tax information for tape numbers taxpayers
aliens and U.S.citizens living abroad. will bear the desired tax information
"Much of the information can be ex- message. Persons without access to
I, tremely beneficial to taxpayers who the tape topics and their corresponding 1
t lp have end-of-the-year tax questions,", tape numbers can hear a listingof I
Heye said. The Tele-Tax service is tapes by following the recorded instructions. -
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,> part the annual school bus. safety, conducted by Leonard Conway el the Department of Education. are: .
Lworltshofi. December 1. Law and general safety subjects were covered In the three day worlulu Ft. Lauderdale 523-3100; Jacksonville -
'Above. are the 36 Bradford drivers that. attended! the workshop which was Substitute drivers were also Included in the sessb e. op. 353-9579. ; Miami 374-5144;
Orlando, 422-0592; Tallahassee,

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ford High Tornado Marching Band the Bradford High ROTC Drill "
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints won second place and
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at the Starke Golf served praise for the players Tommy Johnson.-Honored "Ronnie Allen Sportsmanship the endzone the endzone. "We
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I I :.7y >.F .-" senior center, anchored the BUS offensive The award Is presented each year Hurse.
"When ever 1 think of Bradford: I '\ with
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1 think of 1983 season. Hurse also made a presentation to
+ fighting, scraping players; 1 Johnson of the late Ronnie
also substituted as defensive Allen, a BHS. Harry Hatcher who was not present.
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former Bradford.He then'footballers'referred i to ,*,: tackle. 'gridder of the early 70's: The plaque was given In consideration
Johnson was also named all-district for a 15,000 donation to the BHS
Lawrence Patrick and Emmett Cum t Hi\; \ for his performance Two awards were presented 'that athletic .
during the program.Senior
mlngs. I.;>"Wtweason.} were a first for, BHS football ban- tnembers of the varsity
He then told the players to go!Ahead""vn quets. The "Couragous Award" was
squard are Robert Carver,
and set,, their goals high. "It 8 'worthan Billy1' Rehborg-Was 'named given to offensive guard Wayne Shoening, Eric Lane. Brad Russell Jimmy,
awful"' lot to be willing to stick 1 it ; "Outstanding Defensive Lineman". Cribba' and kick-off man Rick Rick Braswell. Tommy Johnson,
out '. Rehburg, a senior played linebacker Braswell. "These two played when Wayne Cribbs dilly Rehburg Tony.
for the Tornadoes. ''He was a big play they shouldn't have even been playing Hill, Sam Tyson and Randy Balkcom.
Presentation
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follows: ,.?. ,a defensive[ line Coach Mike Sexton. Coach David Hurse.Crlbbs Helpers 'weren't forgotten at the
v has been hampered all banquet. the manager and ball boys
Robert' :Carver=Honored a/ ,Jimmy Shoening-Honored as season by knee injuries, but stilled.' were awarded. They are manager An-
"Outstanding Offensive. Back' and r Outstanding Defensive Back" by the played whenever possible. Braswell 'drew Moon, ball boys Dennis Francis,
also received a new presentation. ,n r>coaching staff. Shoening was the was noted for his high average on Todd Parker. Roger Green, and Tom-
"Scholar Athlete Award' :! c leading intercepter for the Bradford kick-offs. Braswell lost part of his my Balkcom.
Carver quarterbacked the Tor secondary. right foot in a childhood accident and Football coaching staff for the 1983
nadoes during the whole season. Shoening was named to the. defen had extensive injuries from a motorcycle season was David Hurse, Mike Sexton -
Hurse commented on the small butPF live all-district team ,, accident. Braswell returned to Mike Hartley, Ezra Slmpkms,
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, Citrus cla8lpwltIt a -36' second pin of Ron iW
wrestling 'squad handed bradfor4 a Kearse., Only other pin for Bradford 'We made mistakes that .good action' January s when i former
4 jll 51-21 loss last' W ., .wrestler lake .a-vantal'- and.get 'Florida state champlcms/'LJve; Oak
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wrestling'meett with 1ft years of dinner, country music show
has already far exceeded last year's. Inverness Result under his belt is attempting to turn B and-.Qu truck show along with the Green
the.BUS wrestling program around., match.'We'ts .
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First match' of the seams )00-Crog. Itic. (I) plnnoj trod Green,
against .''lff.Mlck.t ; PUhor (It) ,,,.... J.hn1'HortilllMr ..). ; -
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30 wrestlers were on the7'Bradford "and,' we thlnk'we are, getting're wn: ] high school :wrestling,
a.y squad and the number has dropped to .n l.Ifyt !4C rt, Dew.ow (I) pinned ',visitors and jtupporlers/Jjwy} *,$1m.! .<.?;;: wft' Are sure'they will be' baelr,, for
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guys we've cut .4 ttovfl Ow mort 1 5-Pot lwl(I)d .d'1"' ) ," ,
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away we have are ton ejrar Tom F.rfc.rJ 22O-..e Hvlhimy. (I) '". "
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played"l wa! ,?tt real,juSt pleased we are with getting the way off we the Hornets average that,the 6th. with 14, Herblfl Cooper with JZ.,and) ':,'Hwthorne:>'Ih. High|' tooK: home an easy was not contact and called fouls on Chandler led BUS with 15 points on
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slow start,," says head, Bradford to a ranked team 101 point Tommy Johnson with 10. : 62-61 from Brudf' "M High last Friday BUS mistakes under pressure. a 7-for-22 or 32 percent field
basketball !OAlb" Mike Sexton before" facing Bradford. Cooper was the leading rebounder i rFnight: Dec. W. Hawthorne wall up 164 after first formance. Guard Bellamy score
Tomad\ea') 82-51 fall to Hawthorne'Sexton of the thought we did a good Job of with le, the most In'one game for. I 11';.The Hornets did not have and ad- period, won the second quarter 16-12 points, going ft-for-11 or 45 percent
last Friday t1lgbt. handling their press," noted Sexton Cooper this season "vantege In helgbt. "Yes, but, boy,can for a 32-18 halftime advantage. With from the field. Cooper scored 12
claimed that slow "I hope the balanced scoring we had Johnson is now 10-for-lO on floor,, they 'play'' said Athletic DirectoriDavld subs playing lot In the second half points on a.6-for-ll, or 95 percent per-
have contributed to the last losses starts against Hawthorne win continue." shots in the,last two games. He hit Hurss as the vrwifti u the BHS won the third period 15-11 anti formance. '
one'fa Macclennjc and .to Bradford had four players in double e-for-6 against Macclenny then hit '.'I.veteran Hawthorne team run BHS Hawthorne edged BITS 19-18 in the In the second half the BUS five I
Hawthorne the ojher) to figures to even the scoring. Daren 4-for-4 in the Hawthorne game. ,)i ragged. The Hornets passed the fourth quarters began to work the ball inside to 6-4 i
The did Chandler was the leading scorer with "Johnson has been a bright spot on' _basketball excellently, even throwing But it was the first game in which Johnson, who was a perfect 4-for-4 I
Tornadoes a fair JoU) wltf,' 15 points followed, by Robert Bellamy the team lately. He; has been strong ;, It behind their backs !seemingly then 64 Hawthorne was held to less from the top of the key.

_. _.................... .. from the floor and continues to Improve I,f,without looking on a drive down court. than 70 points,' according to the 18 fouls were called on BHS, 10 on
ffVer'1laJne..' commented. Sex ''..\.:The Tornado five was as step or two Hornet coach. Coming into the BITS Hawthorne. The Hornets scored 10
ton. behind and off balancemost of the game Hawthorne was averaging 90 points from the charity line, BHS 5.
< time which resulted In fouls on BHS. points per game and had scored 108 Hornet brothers. Larry and Gary ; I
Hawthorne' 621, BUS. 51. Hawthorne aggressively pressed against North Marion and l against Lewis averaging 18 and 19 points, I
The\ sixth ranked< Hornets 'from ."" BHS, but the officials claimed there Chlefland. were limited to 6 and points. Ed Ray
,: ,'.! I The Hawthorne coach was surprised led Hawthorne with 16,Tony Manning
<'. at the 10-point second half performance had 14, and Reggie Williams 10. .

Bradford CagersUo Play Johnson. The of Bradford's coach knew about Tommy BHS Score by quarters: -

scoring threats Daren Chandler. Her- SHS 4 12 is is si
awti ble Cooper, and Robert Bellamy. Hawtho.6" 1* 42

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Town. Classic basketball,.tournament'at the O'Connell Center in Gainesville
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Yonge. "This tournament is in a different light than the Ocala tournament at #
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12 teams participating In the College Town Classic are Gainesville,Tampa
Jesuit, St. Petersburg, Buchnolz, Vero Beach Cross City, P.K. Yonge;Live I
Oak, Bradford Eastside, Averill Park, and Santa Fe. Santa Fe Is the only I--
team In the tournament that is a regular season opponent. I i
"They've got some good area teams playing. It will give us a chance to see '
some different competiton," says Sexton. t0-
This Is the only action Bradford will see before Jan. 3 when the Tornadoes
visit Keystone. Then Jan. 6 BUS plays tough Class 3A Mlddleburg at home.
BHS cagers are taking a break during the holidays. They practiced Mon- J
day and Tuesday of this.week and will rest until two days before the
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. Hilites ,." ,,"'. 't tand. ,' ,Theo nas O. A'etta' Pvt. tr b.rt W. Durtten

Hampton I I Awarded Navy Medal Complete'. Bottle Training

by Dolores- Meng Students Enjoy Movie... ., Wyatt iOIUO ; Math lunches on the lawn of*h. Channel 4 Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic pvt
phone 4M-1HS Clark welcomed Mechimlc|'Amydrne. Xifi' studio. Mrs.,,WadeYwa, frlomdly lit Class Thomas G. Aulet.ta. whom j by ,F, Robert'W.and Durdee' on of Bob ,
the entire student body and faculty to Condone in Team.\' I/llee bus driver for the trIp "f'"',;, 1'\; wife Barbara, IB the daughter of Sisrke,has completed Dorothy: J.baste Durileq"sort'
Hampton Elementary Hodges in Scholastic This taping I' acheduJ to be aJredon Robert L. and Ann training
a production of the movie "Mary Pop- Scrambler; Ter- McEigun of
at Fort Jackson
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rle Ann Brown, Melissa Byrd Jan. 7, 1984, at 8. a.m. has been Carolillla01; ;
y School News pins" on Friday,Dec. 18.at the school Sharon Keystone Heights awarded During the training students '
Christmas Preparation.. assembly. This movie was a gift from For yth Kim Hodge, Robbie Padgett! Christmas VacithM... ,(he Navy Expeditionary Medal. received Instruction in?drill and
students.On Henry Rhoden. Macey' Rhodes and Auletta received the decoration for
faculty the
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During the month of December, all Friday afternoon, some parents Mary Wood ,(In 'Inside.1.Outs! ) end Faculty'and students will enjoy two tuperior"performanc* of,duty while tactic ceremonies., military' weapons, map reading,
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classrooms Answer Bail. from school.: Jan. S, with Attack
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ar Hampton Elementary teachers in giving Christmas serving Squadron ta
Joined '
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exctting''day"kri 1984 will be teacher's Army ,
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history
School were decorated with in various classrooms. was an the planning barked aboard the aircraft, carrier
parties "
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Christmas trees holding ornament student They .enjoyed ,they... picnic and student will return' at the' usual USS NimiU,homeported. In Norfolk:, traditions.,. '
made by the children.On Super PE Students... '. 'I'Pltti;;; ,r$( time'on Jan 4.. .J... v Va. : ,

Doc. 9, the children met in an' Those. named Super P.E. Students ,. The medal I is an official recognition '" .k : & '- '
assembly and sang a variety of recently were: & iW Christmas melodies. They were accompanied Kindergarten Carrie Meng; First _; and i* presented dur ." .
by Jean Clark at the grade Mark,Smith; ,Second grade, ,,_ 1 ing.formal ceremonies.: 1j1'iI'H'. .i. "

piano. Jason Casner Pons Fourth:! Third grade grade,, Cynthia David __- $ Noel ,"" ""';;;' 1RIBfeR1yB1111pISr8laB11aRyWR4t11pMIBaLRtR I 'fixllUiallRllYBi

Hampton Twirlers PerforM. Roberts;; Fifth grade, Robbie ; \ COME ;)AND\ 'CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS,,f';.' ''
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The Hampton Twirlers made an Impressive Padgett: Sixth grade, Polly Woods "
addition to the Annual and Seventh grade, DenIse Curtis. .\ WITH:US ;
Christmas Parade held in Starke on .
Dec. 10. Donna Samons, who trained Sib Graders Tape '. "
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batons, led a group of some :30 Dec."10. Claudette Frees accom- Christmas Eve necember24'r '.' :{;
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students from the school in the panied a group of her fifth grader to I II ;
parade. the Channel 4 TV studio In Jackson- 7:00'p.m: Candlelight( Carol Service. J .. ..
They performed well and presenteda ville for taping of "If Elementary." ;
holiday sight with their matching Among those participating were: 11:00 p.m. c Candlelight Communion Service I f.(

blue Hampton Twirler shirts and red T.J. Orton. in Get the Picture Fred ./', ,\,. .,. ,.
hats trimmed with bands of white. Peeples in Space Patrol; J.d; Ford I: : ,r \
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863.09, Florida Statutes, '..." ,;, }\ iv' CHRISTMAS DAY ,i o \ax.;q> ;1<[
,'t. "If"'. ,.. t:: )19:45'! : ttm. Jesus :, .i" t'
notice Is hereby given '. ., Birthday ,Party for Christ .-

I.{ Notices Walnut that PRISES JETTIES Street INC., ,1101 ENTER Stark S.. !;,ji'jl' \ ; Hoping' your Hoi I-, .;;.: ,, ", ,11OQ; a.m. -Christmas Worship Services'First

Florida 32091 sole MERRY CHRISTMAS'- .day Is rUled( will) the -United :
Methodist Church
business' Spirit of Love Peace.
owner doing to all'' our friends!I''" ,
tie under the fictitious name and I .
of SETTLES TRUE VALUE Friendship. Walnut Jefferson Nursarv Available '
___n__ .'11 HARDWARE and : .,: ", tl x + __..........__..MIWI .'
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TO INTENTION REGISTER Florida register 33091.said Intends fictitious to .Y r., ,1'"i\\.1f, Norman'sFarm Produce .'";. '',.' ,,J r ,.y 1;'a1 cY ''y't4 ,..
FICTITIOUS NAME ; .
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DATED this 13 day of HARDEE'SMeat .8eafoodMkt.: ;; t'. .",..'" \
Pursuant to Section ? 'I
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865.09, Florida Statutes.notke D..m.983\ 964-6071 "o .::) lr.... :" 1
((12IS4tchgl05INVITATION I Market' ", .
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that the undersigned .. _. .\ -: 0 : \
Ronald L. Anderson and FORBIDS I ., ''1"'4.;//fj':: "" r'" ... ,(r'" :; {y, u CaA "
James G.Walker 330 ,:l'\" 'Ii ,' r r % Y CS'l
vs N.E.' 23rd Ave, Gator' Scaled bids In duplicate t 1.'"',,1r\' r ',. I .
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IDA Auto Sales, Gainesville, addressed to Bradford CELEBRATE, 'YOUR'IMAGINATION
and Fl 33601 |hint owner,, Union Guldanc. Clinic
doing business under the Inc., Stark. Florida forth I
name at STARKE *construction of a new
facility accordance -
CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHDODGE -
INC. 1320 N. with the drawings and '
TO Tempi Avenue, Stark, prefect manual preparedby SEE WHAT
anyone Florida 33091. Intends to Lewis Brown, Jr., Architect TELEVISION /
register sold, fictitious' 2233 Northwest 'aa :
or
name sunder. the 41st Street, Suit. 200 '
A aforesaid statute Gainesville, Florida will HAS. BECOME. I i i
YOU DATED this 14th day of be received' at the City + 4 ,

that an ; : December, 1983. Commission' Room. ./;( ,,. -,'"
1/12 Stark. Hall Stark 1", '
tl. and 12/22 4tpd City ; '
Florida until 2.00 P.M, J: 'tt ,,
the NOTICEOF (Local time) January 10. "r" : ,,2F"I'r '
:! INTENTION 1984. Bids will be opened / ij" '
TO REGISTER and read aloud at that '. _
Florida: ,, ': _
time.
FICTITIOUS NAME ,
E'/i of Any bid received after Wl0 : .\

SWV.., Pursuant to Section the specified lime will be '(\, ...
865.09, Florida Statutes, returned 'unopened and 6 --' .
22 East .
of a notice .Is hereby given will not be considered.All ',.. :j.flJ ,.' "
ha. .. that Charlie Crlbbs P.O. bids must be submit' ;.".+ :"ft..q .:::
Box 1244. ,Storke, Flo. ted on the Bid Farms fur, \ ','
you..and, 33091 sole. owner doing Mshed by 'the Architect '. "., Mr: "' -. .' :
to .huskies imdet tle.ttant;; 'kstthat ProteUvMwwoI. iI'a. I 4. '''!IIr *"<"
written -y, iM-.u. I
y name of CR1BU WOOD "d'wlll be besvd on" .l'y .W,| ": 'T'if,
to It !' Single' Lump'Sum Con ,". ,
n PRODUCTS ass Edward ,,tf r'' Mn p 1
TV, ';" Road Starke, Florida tract Bid security In the .
whole I 32091 Intend to form Office register said ,fictitiousname Certified Check mod .
Florida' under fit.aforesaid payable to Bradford

the January DATED, this statute.21st day of. Inc.Union In an Guidance amount Clinic.equal ar'c. ; (911RJ$ _

clerk of December. 1983. la five percent (SX) of
before 12/23 1/13 the base bid will be required
tiff. ,as a guarantee : '
.' NOTICE that the Bidder will enter 1- With special rt thank'stoajtxourfriends ; '
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Into 0 written Contract
be NOTICE I I. hereby with the Owner If his bid / ; we extend {warm Season's
for the given that en Monday Is accepted. No Bidder
'In the January 2, 1984 at 10:00'' may withdraw his bid Greetings to. all.
o'clock A.M., the under within sixty((60)) calendar :
the seal. signed' Gator days after the actual
... Frelghtways Inc. will dot of the opening J ''e9 .
sell at public auction for, (thoroof ,t. ,
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As cash at, 3175 Commonwealth Florida licensed : 4i MJI \ ,.:. ,1'. ,
,Ave, general contract maysecure Bradford: County School Board'' ,: :

Jacksonville ''Florida a limit of two (2)) I FROM .:" 'M.mb.r..taa,, "I R,1M: \ ,."
PROGRAMMING
1 I CABLE W '1',11
ana lot Water Beds, consigned sets of drawings and Patricia Spen le, .. 'J.T" ; Parrish '.,
Result"W
to Rodrlquas Banvice project manual from the '
Center: Belle Glade office of the Architect, ; Hearst/ABC Judy Becker ) J.R."Jim" Lslwseft

"'Florida to satisfy freight by depositing therewith" Rodney.Hall, .' Thomas Casey. ,, Super;, L :,
and storage charge, One Hundred TwentyFive ; of
under the provisions, of, ((1I2S) dollars for 964.6308hanne, 17 at 9:00: p.m. ., i I '

Section'4b( > of Uniform. each set. The depositwill -.- r, ." y -.
Standard Bill of Lading. be refunded 1 __ \ _____n :
upon -
Gator Frelghtways return of sold Items 'In -I -' ... .VI. _
CarrIer12222tchvl1 good condition within r ::: , -. .

!! fourteen days after the ,
IN THE CIRCUIT date of opening of "bids."
-,COURT OP. If the general' contractor
IN THE BRADFORD COUNTY desires more than two
THE FLORIDA sets of such Items, these I.
LESLIE CIVIL ACTIONNO. may be purchased by 1
$100
83501CA: reproduction paying the and cost handle of MILLION ::1

In re the marriage;" 'ing charges which will j
BRENDA ROMERO not' be refundable.
TO Wife Sub-contrectore and
and material Supplier may
Street SANTIAGO ROMERO purchase drawings and I j < .,
02169. ,Husband specification from the ;I' ''A. .," ,,lt'. f', I'
Architect by paying the : I
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YOU/ : NOTICE OF ACTION cast of reproduction and I 1 I
handling charges. FOL1JtsJD I IrTJis
for the TOt SANTIAGO Bidders', qualification ",,'
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VINSON ROMERO Residence must be satisfactory to< : "
been Unknown. ., .. the Owner. The Owner I I: I,
and you YOU ,ARE NOTIfiED' reserves the right to '
serve that an action, for 'waive 'Informalities In ;
written DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE any bid: to'accept any
to It. has bo..i'filed bid which he consider, to
and you are required to beIn his best Ihterest;
and serve a copy of your and to reject any and all 1 1't
Beent wrltfMt ovftnitt. Many bids. I /lD
SENT to H on petitioner,MEN- Guaranty Bands In the .1 i iI"
DA M. ROMERO RC. 1. form of a Performance J .
Bond and and .
.Georgia' BON 931* Stotka, Fla. a labor .
1054., 33091 f on ar before Material Payment Bond .., '. ..
February .. 1..... and In amounts equal to one Anienra'' ::0 '
32091 original file the original twMtt, the hundred percent (tOOX) $100 I'ecycfers will get mOre; [)isn't it time:;you"'started?: :, \, f
the clerk of this court either of the Contract Sum will than mile i' fof alirrnirtuni cans '
just by' 'We'd like to buy other i
certajn
alumimim I
on or before service. on petM" be required of the successful AIn :
3th. ... : Honor ar. Immediately Bidder These bringing them,to Reynolds.. items. m addition to cans.. U ', :
Bonds will be ;
written on
I thereafter:' otherwise "
wise aludgemenl
be ent a wilt", beentered ,the form Included In the fact, year\>>1) ncIy:: ar'outnobodypays l. The price.for these ., ., ':.. I
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for the for the relief' protect manual' aluminum recyders more than we do. items is somewhat. 1 r.lllililli,1: "'.' ,:
ConsruclienDocuments !
In the demanded In the,,pair 0.
I tion. may be .*. I : Are you get-fettff your.share? If you're lower: and they, must /
WITNESS .hand. and omlnd. but not ootaln : .
my ,already ': "
a can aweteTiyou probably know be '
'I seal I the seal I af this Court on ... ., ed. al the following 'loco. roperlypre. :
Clans' : Dodge Plan Room. BHI that it C5te ; : "','I'p .* '.t.;
F. : 1983. December GiLBERT JO 1983.BROWN Jacksonville Florldai. pays to Pg with Reynoldsjf not, Ask for more
;Clerk of the Court Mld-Shrt' Builders fx.cting } '
A* 'By:.... >. ,'{'Gainesville' U".., : Get 3A''pefpeuEd; f/f:aluminum cant;. 1 1-
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Tony,GUyard puts the).,finishing touch on'one of'.the many trophy. 'animals that adorn his,wall*. : i i1I

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GUyard; 'a,Hawthorne taxidermist at an'hiterrhew=In1978. ', kiUed himself.His larger animal caUecUaaUaampriwd\) *"

i .,ADd:rony'l'has proven that statement true.. :%; ',' /'of zebras, baboons;pantbers and lions. : .
On a return visit .heat'lnonUr: to Tony's Taxidermy,, ,. "I like moving Into this African exotic stuff because it
located Just south of Hawthorne on SR-301; this reporter 1 Iceepa me from getting bored. There in a constant variety
found.Tony doing bigger and better,things; adding 1 of things to do and it makes:your business more multi''
I, larger and more exotic animals to his already bursting dimensional,".said Tony. ,
.," at the seams collection of mammals and birds. And still "This year we happen to be having an outstanding

looking,working towards and keeping an open mind to a' year on deer/' Tony added. "well wouldn't want
better way of perfecting his chosen profession-r taxidermAJItbough ;good and the hunters are doing B I ,
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sion) mounting of white tailed deer big mouth bass During last year's season Tony bad 45 heads
or date Tony's Taxidermy museum Is open to the public every AS his reputation J taxidermist has grown.-Tony
and the ususal fresh water fowl, he has moved toward come in by Nov. 30 and as of that year, bad a weekday. His glass Inclosed ,display area houses finds bIB customer coming all over the region with their
the larger and more exotic animals. many of which he total of 75 white tall deer mounts.. numerous sad sundry animals and birds from prlie trophies.
displays In his museum along with his vast collection of "But this way.if more diversified it can keep you going everywhere In the world. .
: North American birds. '!'"' year round with a greater variety ot stuff," GUy rd
"I started going toward the bigger ai''{mels'around .said.Tooy. Besides himself; Tony employs a part-time finish only for the enjoyment of the hunt, but for its educational -

1978," said Tony. "It was a phase of taxidermy that I also pointed out that he feel ha has an obligation man, Don Schenck of Hawthorne who does the art and value
I finish work on many-of the birds and mounts; Pam "I never thought that I would ever go to Africa- first
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wanted to do for myself." can fulfill that obligation easier and keep his employees Cadlec of airs who can skin a deer head in a flash; of all because I never thought I could afford it, Gilyard(
,Tony said that .after he started doing 'some of the working year round. another' part-time man who makes many of Tony's1' .said but then the opportunity presented itself when ,

larger animals\ and put them on display his clientele "I'm. supposed to 'something here for them to forms and molds, and two other part-time people. several safari companies In Africa started a price war

I'' to bring more.of,the larger! exotic safari animals do." Tony laughed,,"and this la a funny husteess to try to 5VS. -. '
? ..bean mounting. .. "t, /v i keep something: for them todo all the time.Right now I African Safari.GUyard Please .ee_. Taxidermist .
,;"Guess it is like the old adage-what you show is what'youu seem to have plenty for them,though.'*be added looking, says that an African safari he had the opportunity -

.: sell,;' GUyard said. v -Itt'f"eY ,around,his.workshop, to go on last year' was of great benefit to him. NotGommunityfCalendar ". .' page 11

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$! High'T.rw.dees. KeystoM 1felOIl The Tornadoes"foce their o district...* MiGht by ..*...... DeNIIe.... WhIfnMy Bosket. taught by Volorlo PotWer, .. "Newpl.,... :" \h.; :. 1.1' 1\\
I and a big cross-county rival when they take. on the 5-3 Indian In a JV-vorslty matchup .Fee ore .4 6.r.the,...*...l public $3 for Vnambar. of the Florida Slat*'' Museum The Gainesville Community Playhouse open'* It* production of on Alan Ayckboum
I,\ i\. ..set to begin at 6 p.m.'JV( quads) and s p.mvaralty( ).The game couW-Hove an Impact on Aeodoto.Wsrksfwp portl ,aao.t. may ba required to bring material or purchase kitA comedy Absurd Person Singular," and. will run through Dec. 27 'In Gainesville.
'.... race for the district crown and .It the first moating free two loam ItU*yea;In bosketbe ,from... Inetnicto': "f./$ 1 ( ;,,- m "#. "I''., r i y'' .t, "., '
G' tau.r: 'II c" ;' ;. 'r.',1(;,' '1 r w',*, ;, Call the museum of 892.1721 for further Information.; ';' .' *W: ''>' Nov art announcement,. Get It In to us by Mondays at 9 p.m.:and we can put i tt In tha

:ti i + Tkk ts'may ,purduaed,ot both school in odv nc.. ;,' ':'. .. ,, : ''J. ,Go''\!'- Community Colander local events, church gatherings, special speakers or new group
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'./ 'It.sf, It.1 'organlilng will ba Included on request. We must.ask that you keep them a. concise a*
4'1 u..... County Tigers .... Wlllf ton The Tiger* host'another tough foe whert Wlllliton'corne k.,. ,. ; possibl.for obvious reason. '
'" ; to toW a* tn.'regular' seoosn .resumes after the Christmas break.The game to, M..htaga. .
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I '.oncI nine this teosoothey( won ma first goon Of Ftagler In ana af the closer aomes of' ...'!.I1..i"t: lsa.rr.ir'Coe ,ct will .meef:December 24'' .InUke 'Butler; II Feature a Florida cove five Florida ecosystems, the Hall of Florida History and a

i 1 the season In NovomlMlr) I"0 gams sot .. begin W.dn..day.JOlt 4 In the IOtHI"Gy-. \ .. r, Mayan Palaca and Object) 0011.,,. Hour 9-5 weekday" and Saturday Tuesday open till
nosh m.. The JV team begin,at 6 .......followed. by the vanity.team of. !',"'-, .I.' .edierd C.untyai.et .......i will moat Monday. r. 21 **"1 p."' >. hi the school 9 p.m.. 1-Sp.m. Sunday and holiday located an tha corner of Newell. Drive and

I .board. .' roo r '' i;.m' mootin. ,1 :" room. Museum !flood ot me UF campus In Gainesville,
,r 1 ;BH .Udy Tassels.*.. Midd........ Tha Lady Tornoctees take on a JA* uod when; fhay: '1':1'1, t \\ :' -

: !L ',travel to.Mtddleburg. far a gome, Jan.S at 8 p.m. Th. JV'teams begin-at 6- p.", .; "/ft Breeker' Oty Cinncfl MA meat Tuesday. January id at the" city hall In Breoker 'West Side 'Stery.. Tha Alhombra Dormer Theatre present a musical 'from which a
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t .BH. Tamadaa Wrestler .... Santa P. BUS wrestler continue their *eson Thundav'nlcH \'Mtum'pten!, Qty Ce red) wilt meet Tuesdoy. JonyT.}! at me dry hall In $.....ptoft.. "j' 'Jacksonville, Performance. Friday and Saturday evening, .buffet at 6:45 p.m., curds

; (Va.--/Ch.: : .scheduted J for:' ,B p.m.! .;TM JV quad.marche begin.Ot TilS.!.m oj' ." 3 Hold Ir 'Jw and at :15. Tickets are$".::10. $13 for Sunday buffet performance Call I-041-I2I2. for further
.. ,lake BvtW Clieaitsr at Cemmerce will Imtallatlan of officer banquet onl. Information.
., .Jon. S at 7 p.m. a.thou Lak"i ..... Community. Center In lake. BuHer.i ,. :
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if, 'meeting room 01 *>>e.......*.. .. 'children. Call- 9.272e for further Information
I', .. : J"III.hold." ittbiidW and ThufSdoy rilglir' '' In the Keystone; Height*high, .' ". I .

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.il: ,from>7M: pmt! 8:30. p.m.: Call. 4flM. M fc l/ for. mart !Information. 1 It. .Lake ......... 'r>I '', *.""' ,9i\\'. '.. ;'':. opening of"VI_ of China. an exhibit of Chinese woodblock print horn the Mingling
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sitya ..J nN it to2'Mii.NnY JS .': ; ,' 1 ,. musk from the Gainesville Sutukl PIayanI'rIday.. December 23 at ....Thomas Cantor.

"I*.fI'IMI.need volunteers .and scorekeepers.North Coil" mforlnformo..;' ,f' ,' ..c' t \ { 'Admission I. fr..... '.:"V. ,

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'wokome ot the meetings .. .k"'-.ii glass i* being.held In Keystone'lehta an.Tu'''''swings at 7.
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Dennis Darling puts the finishing touches on an where Inmates made toys for disadvantage ebUdrenairplane : Finely crafted toy' like this one made, by Oakey The toys made by the Inmate ire distributed by the
constructed as part of a special vocational profor Christmas., 8trother will make a happier Christmas for some disadV teal HRS office and commtinlty churches ',.,'.
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Mark Frledlln "W' finally decided to get some here at LCI" McKnight continued. about the kids'getting the toys.'The working shop. The shop Is capable of items the shop has. come. out with so
BCT Staff Writer help from the HRS office in Starke," "Its really positive for everyone.in- number of toys we made this year increased putting out some high quality far. '! ifi;>, n7>;;';
Inmates at LawtejrCorrectional said LCI Spokesman David McKnlght volved and we've been tremendously from last year and we anticipate material. Just last week, the inmates "It was a jobit..ettort.1..y.McKnight. .
stitution are doing their part in a big Tuesday They ,were very helpful encouraged by the way the inmates It will do the same next year. shipped out a beautifully designed set "The staff really Wantedto
way to make Christmas more en- and knew plenty of foster children: have responded to the idea. They've We also got an earlier start this year of benches for the Probation and get started.on this and the Inmates
joyable for disadvantaged youngstersthis and needy families where a few extra used their own individual creativity to simply because of the enthusiasm for Parole office of the fourth judicial cir- I'f.: ?
season as part of a vocational toys under the tree can make a big turn good Idea'' Into a their own pro the project.;' cuit court in Jacksonville. The ben- Please see .
educational program. .difference on Christmas morning." ject. They're aU proud of the work But don't get the idea that Inmates ches took over two months to finish Toys... page ilf
The inmates have been busy mak- Also helpful in the Beach for deserv- they've dqin&ajid they like hearing are Just making toys lu their wood .and were some of the highest: quality1 .. .
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throughout the community as they of whom knew families In need who's
are needed for the holiday season. Ac- names weren't available to the HRS
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Cabinet Making, Eugene V. Chason, '"We In the administration are veryproud
the program has big advantages to of the wood working program !
both the kids who are to receive the iQURCHRISTMA
toys, and the inmates themselves.
"This is just part of an ongoing program "' ;
we've had here for several t'
years now in which inmates learn the I n"ll: }'rJl'qr: :' Winner . basic and advanced skills In cabinet /
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making, skills they can put to gooduse (( :rp': {111g : Vacuum Cleaner Drawing; .
when they get released," Chason '. ..
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thought 'of making the toys for Ayr, ,
Christmas in the first place but we've HARDWARE STORES '
been doing it for.two years now'and ..r Of at ark e

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lot"""' their individual proJectfl Th 'yarlefir "
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inmates get started well in ad f.-.i.ltl aZ tf ilaEducators :

vance. say that carpet has Radiant R462A" .\ Stave
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last summer," Chason said, pointing tion field that youngsters will be ,
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schooner with hundreds of individually better behaved when 'placed ,in Rcg. 24.95 Carrasel i
tied guy-lines resting on a table in carpeted surroundings: : : $3.5'9
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that takes a lot of work and a lot the gentle atmosphere carpet. $1 799 .. .I.I
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"Besides, we get a big kick out of seeing T"OO'K" ; ,,;
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Bradford Il; Band Boosters
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Featuring Jerry Clower, Feb. 11 ,.

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P.m., Saturday Feb, ll, in the Bradford High School Auditorium.Along ;
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the two shows and may be ,
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At this time of year more than any people who love one another gatheredtogether reluctantly. "We didn't want to I 'f':
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love. Families travel great distances lives. leave, we left them crying,.and.wan. ...
so they can be together over the Each of the three received gifts tiny to come to ,
holidays and hare the celebrations of from their cousins. Angelina was. 'I'm going to go back," says
; the season Most families have a given her grandmother ring, a Angelina, "but not with tour,1'fn go-
traditional date when they gather grandmother she had never seen. Ing to where my daddy grew up and I
I together in a reunion so everyone can Each sister received a medallion, an stay in that area."
catch up on who's kids are in collegenow alabaster box and an expresso coffee They-went back with the torn"and
who's getting married and who pot.The although the things they saWcOUldn'bcompare
went to Hawaii on their last vacation. cousins also 'sent gifts for to the first sight of the fact*'
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i established custom of holding a family great deal to a man who hadn't seen before, they were thrilled,.witblheir':
reunion on July 4. "Moma' and. his homeland in seventy yean They trip "Im'.
1 "Daddy" Margaret and > Leon)' sent him family photos and delicious ."We, saW'the>op ,in front \ Dicandio had 13 children\ and most of reminders of the land he grew up on Vatican giving mans to thousands i afcdl'"
them have children and grandchildren as a boy, fresh almonds, cherry candy thousands 6f people" says AngKlinft: ;
.' and homemade cookies. We couldn't ilily see his face;Just;a
Recently however, three of the Their Cousin Lorenzo has a winery, figure trimmed in white and gold surrounded "
Dicandio children had a very special an olive orchard and an almond orchard byi people dressed in red."
I. family reunion, unlike any other the on his land and the sisters enjoyed The three were-startled at the traf
Dicandios have had for seventy fresh olives while they were. fie in Italy,The! cars are small and the
years. This reunion didn't take placeat with their cousins, as well as many streets narrow and"If there are three .--
the traditional gathering at Leon other traditional Italian dishes. lanes, there '
bd-
wm seven cars ?
and Margaret Dicandlo's house, out One young counsin, Michele (pronounced abreast tO\! the road," says Angelina. rA'JbulI'ey Across l the Years..a< '
Bessent Road in Starke. ,. Me keUe>, wanted to coores- They plso,visited the'cities of Par- ;(L-R! )'M 1fieDicaodloSertla Owenaand' Angelina'l 'JM... ocean and atto'&f'bf family 'history} and'broke'id
Angelina Eddings, feertia Owens ,pond with them after they returned, doua,,Venice and.Florence in Italy. In dings gather around their father.Leon Dicandlo,:944k tit. ,throttglh a langwge barrier:to find their: .heritage!,In HryK
and Millie Dicandio, three of. the so Millie left the dictionary with him. Venicelt; > went'ori' a gondola ride hill home blStarke., i fathet s homelyud. M
Ji)
orlgional 13 Dicandios, boarded an "I seemed to be able to converse and The serasVilea" )
wereserenaded, by singers and [hreesisters-fnade.:; Journey i
an l.
in ,
airplane October to begin:their 'more easily with the younger .aecordianplayer: -----1
journey to the home of their cousins, people," says Millie, the youngest of : : :.ll\ :: '
Antonio and Rosetta, for what was the three, "I related to them better." Please !' \. "ft
probably the most unusual : see..S1ste8 Page II .r'
reunion A Tearful Parting.:. -
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the Dicandios have ever had.. ,
What was unusual about It? The, I..U J '. ." ,. '" r '" I' f""' ." "tj
three had never seen their cousins
before,or any of the 10 other relatives a
they met In their father's homeland of
Italy :

A to America..

to never Leon America Journey been, or Leonardo back.from He Italy met;Dicandio In and 1912 married and.came has # EkA1AJlULiIiI A 'A I 1 V I %WJ

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his wife, raised his children, his <
grandchildren and his\ great n ti
grandchildren herein this 'country. .
Over the years the Italian Dicandios ,!- R- r "':... :
and the American'I Dicandios < e


t; cooresponded the fact However language that was each somewhat, blood of, but could the their other.Is limited not'thicker'communication converse. due than the in.- o ec 2 36m all 0";' 'p'.ii. ; !, ,nt, <:


language, so Angelina; Bertia and.. : ,
Millie took an Italian-English dictionary JI' NoRainchecks '. ; M, } ,: ,
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and took to the skies. I : .
After months of saving money and .
making plans, the trip, was almost JVC Portable ;. G. 4;Miniature g Kodamatlc 'J
cancelled at the last. minute when 940 Total Autos'
Leon became very" ill and wall I
hospitalized. But this trip was' ComponentSystem PtMFMInstant, SdlirjlSystem! : '>) :Tlf i ,
something that Leon wanted for his ,: .
daughters perhaps even more than : ',. .$_ ,!eo:
they wanted it themselves. He wanted Camera: .;mwot'Regv'147.QO :
them to go and up until the last Cassette r' '
minutehopod he could go himself but Reg. 246" PC-11JW. x-.Hadlo: Reorder Re. '35.86 KI'IC AWFM/ c iintnta'if willi '; ; > >"1
his 94 Impaired health :'Ntl. .. 3:5.28 fteg. '129 twop eakertiJRe .84 'j *

,s wou1 lie <1n"yearfia l Daughtersto .$19600Atari' .... -- $: ; .4- $, ..'2;.. .,' "'D. _! .. $.i ai **..... $77G' ,."...:, :*nf 'I' ;ObUtV1U'" ; !I

... ,. II' 1.1 ) tfad, .
"He kept telling us to go," says .. .. IJ ... \ 'tID'
"He . BnVN H HlMBaBiLlgli
Angelina began to speak fluent ,
Italian and spoke it all the time he **'j .- "' '. ."
was In the hospital, that's something True-to- (;VB':: ff. 'J *,j a Chocolate :: ( /:.adLatch.;<, a et
P / Milk I
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ill' ,
that daddy just doesn't do. ,
"I told him that if he wanted to "TheEntertainer" -Ciairol bok t' .. ,
go I J'f. ,. "
Cherries
home while we were gone,to go ahead 1r.1 : -
and not to wait for us to get back,"she. ( :. : H'I Ki t.

continued"I thought with I would tears in bo her worried eyes. sick Mirror if. r 7% oz. Box ''tandY' QJ'' : ,:; ; '

about him," says Angelina, "but Reg. '99.00 ," :r s '
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when somehow When we the got I just back.three knew"arrived.he'd in be Rome there. $ j1Redgzu: ::91: .' J2/"R1 00 2t Jayyg99:1! O $ '4 ::8: $6'


they expected their Italian cousins to I" .
meet them at the airport of or hotel, but ,.'fo. ... ..' .""' ,. ,' ,.' 'L,
they didn't. "Some the family
hadn't arrived at Cousin Rosetla's yet .. .
and they weren't able to meet us," e"1 ', '.''- ;?bi .
Stodflng',1 f7' ....., _
says Angelina. ;
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Since none of the three could speak .
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Italian, they got the tour guide to call Stu'1' .
their cousins on the phone. They,asked .
the guide to put the three In a taxi I
and send them to their cousin's home. Other Uadvartised: Items Sale I

The heart-stopping european i taxis rides are and infamousfor theirs' Many : ) on!.I .

was no exception. "I looked over his
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shoulder and he was doing 8tf miles
per hour," says Angelina.. We were' j __
scared to death." _
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A Family Reunion..,. ",

The ride may have been alarming, '
but all three agree that it was more' t y ix '
than worth it.When they arrived at Twin Pack :
their counsin's house and, "We Tricyc"f
couldn't even get out of the car,"says FlashBar fltnltS]: Wtif" :
Angelina, "There were so many people
1
kissing and hugging and crying, of .
IIReg. $
you"Words just wouldn't just couldn't believe express it. what I t 5. ? Covers'

felt when" I saw them. for the first '2.96 Reg. '2.67 ,,12.88 '"IP', J' ,.If f'jlJ.,57' ... .

time,felt says as though Bertia."I all the blood In oHBBflHH 1 Off : iJ .e ; '
my | : 00
body had rushed to my head," says $200 $2 ,j $888 Reg. Price :ll, ..... ,!:!tI" 2' .I. "" :
Angelina "It was something I'had. t ; \ .. .
longed for all my life" \,';..,.* 1 to -tf"If/ 'I'. '" ', ,,- .- .,I'
"It was awesome just being over*
there,"says Millie, "and then to meet B .

I whelmed my daddy's me.Angelina .'people, it just_ overt Kent Reg. '29"Backboard ; ft!)"t Model 6030 '.., TOUCh Cl1JGI ,r J'i" ';Ian 1 ;1..': 11".

summed It up for the threein Backboaraj ; t.1 Laams

step saying on our, "If trip I had past not that gone moment another, it : .;! ,; China : Dinnerware{

I would have been worth it." : '!'G"-36.7' ..
' A few of their Italian relatives could I ?j j >%. *> Hutch 1 'r' : ..s".rt'it..
speak a little English,but very little. & Goal Set, 'Pole96 .. *' S 5.7. ; ..1
't How, did these three sisters com- ...., Q1'' ; ':!< ) *>* .Reg. .?9.97: .., ** .t v_ : :' )L ,Ri "''Z4.g:(:! i.;.'
municate with these people to,whom k6 .
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; they had so much to say? They $1197 }$ ; : ,.' : .
discovered the that there truth in $3996t) $549'7cettters -"fckiiy. y's
the age-old saying that love bridgesall : I. $. .jjjgg. ( 'I' ,-J/T'!': ** L
gaps, even,the,language gap. ) "':,r,;ll' .".ilirt- li'i'"?


Love Bridgesthe ,. .... ..
Language Barrier... h' "' "a.ji' A .

With the dictionary and a large t .: '
.number of gestures and pantomimes, ./ Hours' "
they communicated in grand fashion. ) ,HoJiday '.
The Italian Dicandios brought out the: '
family photo album and told the 9 :am i* '10 ,pm';MkNi.-Sat.
sisters about their heritage. "They'dpoint 1; :
to a picture and make motions .., ;
to explain about the person," says 10 am ,6 pot .8m.,.: '
Angelina. In this manner they learned :
who was married, who had children J :
and who had died, or,"gone to sleep .Ir....., i..:' fl,.
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and to heaven as the family would ) l .. .
I gesture.. "
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F ;. .. \\r.:\ 'f'" "' .>-/.h. "* >i ,%, 'ti.f'Obituaries ,! ., '.. .' .'.,c""" ''''''''.''' ", .. ... .:.... .. __ ,


December 22, 1983. PsKeTB

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Bobbie. E., iianii.\ I. and. Jeanette. (: I> .' .t'',' ::j, WjfVfc, Mni. ;.; ;:" ',r. "' .. .fI' '
Mrs. Muntingttw
*"VIU Mottof Brooker; 14 : Iom lit ; : i, ,, Thsinks .' : : I
Card rcomfortingJicts't .
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+ thanks
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of -
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Bobbie Eugene Beckham,'!'1G.t, of 'grandchildren and fopr. great. grand-. Puree .willS a Starke residentfor.several ";' l;' .," ',"" ? "ty'- special to Bradford Coun- J.
Keystonealeiiu ebllclna. Mary Hwirfrlvth S Family Emergency Service, Alachua
died Monday, uec. years and was a retired 'Our ,i
10, from injuries, received after being Funeral services were held Tuea- : :saleslady in a woman's clothing store. heartfelt thanks to all who exA General Hospital, Doctors, Nurses,. 1
struck by a ear day. Dec. SO. at 2 p.nu at Rock' ..Survivors include two daughters, 'In tended comforting sympathy and help -' ; Rev. Dean Cassels, and the Elder r
A'resident of Keystone Heights, Primitive Baptist Church with Elder Mrs. John Payne Keystone Heights our recent sorrow. For the James Land. We would like to say a .'.
Bobbie was member of the First O.M Yarborough officiating!Burial, and Mrs. Ellis Shepherd of.Ohio; her' ,other beautiful service, floral.offerings,and special thanks to the Archie Tanner
Assembly of God Church !in Keystone was In Dedan Cemetery with the' mother, Mrs: Ida Irene Brumfield of kindnesses, we' are deeply I We wish to express our deepest- Funeral Home and staff for working
Helgbts. Jones Funeral .Home.; of, Gainesville and seven grendchUdrm. ;grateful.. gratitude..We just can't find words to so hard to make the services as
Starke .
He is survived charged fn funeral aervicea' held "' ;: ;_ .mll,of the fete D.L.A..... tell 'our' many friends and kind beautiful as possible. ;
by one brother arrangements. were: at .2"
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Michael Pearson of Hawthorne his p.m. Wednesday Dec. 21; In theReger ,.r ..,........ neighbors how much we deeply'apo i"y || n
maternal and Sy- ,Mr s. Clara fi.Poree!: '. Funeral'Home Chapel, Hun: ,'f: predate them for. the kind acts and ., '. iii
ble.Newman >of' Keyeton. Heights: 'Ml*. Clara Elizabeth Puree, 55, of rtlngton, W.Va. with Rev. Poland ':''The kindness "' comforting. sympathy in our recent '0// !!
great mat grandmother, Mrs Lola Starlie, died Saturday,' Dec. 17, in Gardner, officiating. Burial was In neighbors and friends and sympathy of sorrow. :<:"" ', .:, .
Holt o/Hawthoros, Shand's ''Teaching Hospital,. Hill Cemetery, Jones Funeral in our recent For the beautiful service floral of. ,
Funeral services were held at 11 Gainesville___ ,following an extended. il. Home of Starke was in charge of local. sorrow precious will always remain with us asa ferings, food many cards, and donationa '. .
1 _. memory. Our sincere to the Heilbronn
a.m.* Wednesday, Dec. 14,, in the u arrangements thanks and ; Springs Baptist
gratitude
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with'Rev. for all ,those Church Building Fund. ,

Carl A. Thompson officiating. Burial .... L'
was In, Hawthorne Cemetery under ,
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the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof 'r ." '
Keystone Heights. Items Available At TGftY Family Centers Only; Dec.22.2.J -.

'Thomas L. Crawford < '-\'- :,\ < :.- a' -, : .': ..
Thomas Lester Crawford 70, of '- ;
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Keystone Heights, died Sunday, Dee. : ;. "
}8 at his home .. MIe
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Born In Jefferson County } -
Alabama,' Mr. Crawford moved to .
Keystone three years ago and attend '
: .. .
ed the Community Church. (I. V.MT .
Survivors include his wife., Jay ,. ; ."; '7 '. !" ,', .' I)
Sever Y Crawford;. two daughters, I'N. : .
Mrs. Maurine Knight ,of Keystone :
Heights and Mrs. Joan Bender of :.t:... ,
Green Cove Springs; one son, Gerald rL
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Sheets, also of Keystone'two : : '
sisters : ,: ; .
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Ms.Lillian Dunlap of Green Cove Spr u- I' .. .1 t, ..
lop and Mrs. Jerry Leder of Orange ,
Park and six grandchildren.' ;. .
Funeral services were' held. "
Wednesday, Dec. 21 in the DeWitt C. ', .t'1.1;; : .
Jones Chapel at.10 a.m. in Keystone(: ;, ,.: rY:
y
;with Burial Rev,.vas:Buddy. held Friedlin In ,Jacksonville.ofnclatl ..,., ... iif: r'rJ/*:/Especially) for!":'last minute SantasV! ; a' sb; "k ;':?f";.?: ,' "

/Memory! Gardens under the directionMit ,V9i} p : '. ,' vgiyariety'of; ; gift ideas now specially'' .'
rot"'Jones's Funeral, Home Keystone'n, :US" ;' : > ?? pflcedto. save yoU morel Just v ?
.., ; ; : : : : even ,
&Heightsi' .. ,
e ,ie' .l \\t;\ rfSfORE: HOURS: ;, .,look at the 'selection. \ you're sure
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:" Anthony S.:Ziellnskl ; /', 'a 1 ; v *'to find,the rfectg.ftforeveryone .

,n'Keystone;,:'Anthony'Heights' Stanley, died Zielinskl Sunday, 83, pee., .of 1. ,; ,.J., f\rtliirs.'\' ;&; \ FrL&j-10' : 1 : ,'! ;' ;' "...'-',still on your list; But you better hur'ry .

-18, at his home.: .; JV ,' < / I !..... I", "I"r ,-T: *t' ; ,;ji'Ife ; ::' ': because quantities" are, -: .R .
; Born in Leavenworth!! Kansas; Mr. : De Si 2 '.<, 9tii: 6 ii 1 : [. !.:.. ; jmlimited and: ,we can't issue rainiM'ehecks. h,,, f
'xZielinskl >moved to Keystone five,.Las; ; < '. : : ;;; .1' :<< Come in to your Family. i "

t and years was: ago member; was sole owner of.the of Catholic a motel*,t i. -I'),(>ii.;,. ..tI'W1..r i'I"' ,; (r, ?, '. ',!-V-i::f; : 1'\" .r. Ks>\( ; '*.; 'J"m' enter now for atelast .,. ..

I. Ctiurch.X t to.. \ ;';" ;'.-",*L minutesovings on all of your
Survivors Include 'one, daughter,,.. .. -. ,... :" : :,'/ a>last inutegftsl: A
MrI. Sharon Dewey of Keystone one ,
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sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Miskowtet and I}:i j "41 ...: '(. j'V-; ,{' ;t ",..- ',l ., ,- .
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.two grandchildren.' ; ,:: ff> !g I '' I! .' i./.Jf" ,,,.1 11; :,. .V ;", ..',
; : services will be held Thurs' Wi. l.' t i'F'. j t'....,.I.'' r1't.', ..' .'\ ,' '"'f'". ,
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1 gay ; Jo ( 1t t ,
Dec. 22, In Calumet;; Illinois::. : :: ,
Burial will follow In Holy Cross nm '.
s OutL! ; .i' '
Cemetery. 'Jones Funeral.. Home; ofKeystone .. .. .,.." .t.. './Runnmg ; \, ; .1). .. '
Heights was, 'in" 'cbar8etof.; i 1: txs U. } 'Gins ,, ,' M ,
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"local, "arrangements 'I : c These r Last: Mintrte i ; r 1j

II Edward Hempstead -, : G"y' is GI"jiving I Store r = 1\
t tEdward your! '
Hetnpstcad, IS,- at'JKeystone '/ : : ,
w. Heights,'died Monday,Dec.,i j I t 1 I'
-'.'19, at his home. 44 ;
,.. Born?in Evau stonp4Ubools, ""Mr.;: : ;
< J.t. .H : NORAINCHECKS'; ;i"
llempnteaoV'moved Keystone'. :! K : "" ',. J' I
Heights 1ft ears ''ago;' was 'retired .t tv '. : ,, ,, ".

m the" Church1.1 Navy: and, !attended the| Att.ht/ $; cn' .,.;'\\t\L"! \ ;;..v "'i' ', ,fat :\
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e one" B nepnew.'R1J rti rr: th 01'd .', '1"f1' r"'. A ,,' < ."., ,, /:(, J"'r.'f' ,: \' 1 ..At. F! ..if.i'm. J.,.g.. 'tI'f' \ ,'i.III.\\O'. '''''' )

'c3 No local funeral services are jManorAtd. t ; .. '
: .-Jones Funeral Home, Keystone f ff:6J'O": : 'HamiHsn : No. F363BE > .

tangementa.Heights\ is .In" ,charge' of{g'local er-V'' !'!.*;):. :. : ) ( Ong'St fiepit No. fb'i i 'Pt Easy ,

Mrs ArleneWletiel' ;,,' .. ..1 Camera 'BlenderReg.
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Mrs-Arlene; Thompson,Wletsel, 29, :. ; ; ,:CameraJ.. iron
iofKeystione, Heights,\:died Monday,: '
Dec.being 10 struck, from by injuries a car/received. after : \ ::, :jHeg.; 3i96Garfietd;, Reg.. ',,1.896; ., *21.47. Reg: '15.86 ,

,-It A life long resident cf Keystone,; ,1.\:\: ': .
Mrs. Wlettel .... a member of theFirst''Assembly :' .. 2896 $ O' $1'6'.47
of.tGod .Church'Of :u $... ;t. : .15'O ,j' $12.0,0 I .
"I" \ ,
i Hawihorae.i '
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if-I Survivors.: Include .her, 'husband i ,if J ." ..,.,' ., i <. '

;!one.Ponald, son Wletzel,Micbae1..Pe.rlon..l.oi.of Keystone Heights; A.;.;,* ,I i t'\I': ;' r. "" '. t" t' ( MfJt '. n '" t_'' .. : .' ,!('1.1..' r i
Hawthorne; two sisters Mrs. Mary {
Ann Gulrat of Gainesville and Mrs. .. ::1" ,, :.. !
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Tina Crosby of. High Springs; her :i\\ /
maternal I grandmother Mrs. ,Lola \>. ," "J \I :t ". "." .. .. 1">1\\}.'A'1', "' '
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f Butt laeWitt Funeral of Hawthorne.C.'services Jones. Chapel were held at, 11 In rw amt the"r.Wednesday. :t"\\ . ,:: .,: v.: ,.i'+ ='': i 4 ia:};-: Mechanics l Heavy t- DUly 1 ,, Strawberry'i;Shortcake' 'Mann's Stocking of, 'app;; S"x! -.>.",;

K. Doc. 14, with Rev. Earl ;t" ? fW ..' 'f! :. : : : : 1 1'11,3

A.Inl',Thompson Hawthorn officiating- Cemetery.Burial Jones waa .'i,7i'' "'II.""- i r.,. i..A ,,' :1,. '". Ro'III"'nl"J' P., "." I, '1'3", Fishing. ." ".".t

?"Funeral Home of Keystone Heights in ,.. ...... 'Ijo\ : "
td arge of.local arrangements, 'w tai';::: :" "" '1"' i / .tt.i J' T.Q i.; [' :Too' Box ','iricvcle: I Worms '

Mrs. Ella W.:Sweat \lJ ",bMr( :) .'". t (,
YMrs. \ '1 I'' I '< '
Reg. .88 < .. j.
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f i4eg$159,88 Rflg.
> Ella Willie Sweat, 15; ,, .. R eg. .86
Dec isv'jit: bet 1.,1'l.JI'I\: '! '!I,. ?r .. .
died Sunday J
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!fhorneCailowing f?tf Born in Baker a County sudden illness.-Mrs. Sweaty,.j,J* .t'1'1': 2'0"0'"i;.,..: :, ''1>,.2" I'''B'. $2000 $600 4Tt ,:",.Iv' 'I ../0.

rad lived meet of her life In the Starke f G- ... f> /.' : (
s.She) was the widow.'of Riley ::2 'ir I." ,..,.. \:...; "'' .\. iA' 11."...",JI"" .
f"; t,'a former. Chief of Police of: : \' 11. &r" "' ".I +. .d'f'/I..
rite ,and a police officer for 19ars. << '1, .,." ", lij I"1 ..
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criminal 'he posted. a influence, according 16,:'T!'1X e and charged with driving under'; the
..far* up according arrests: In to Bradford record County at the surety bond. ,' Langston. ,. '"''",',.--n, *' influence driving with unlawful blood Wh$ House[ Special (Uv..i ilia, no, j era.> 59 J J;,
charge sot
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court home The charge Include James A. Woods of alcobolleveJ and driving while license *
driving while intoxicated driving was,arrested Dec. 16 Holllster and chargedwith 'Fl. Mann wail ;released I on his "OWII'recognizance : "'r4'' suspended, according to Patrolman Carpet, ,Dyed, t th 12))" 9Ppyh0lti: 59-; ;
.[with a suspended license valid |, .i' R. W. Keen. *
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ver'. -. according to Patrolman Paul suspended Rhoden., ,James McGW,23J:' of Bradford,,11j1 ; Power Bond for was the".charges totaled hi$2,250. Furniture Cleaned w* CMI) . rf .ays 44 !::;:
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Jams H. Branam 38, Bradford Adkins Woods St was, arrested' at St. Clalr and" and County charged was arrested with driving December' 20 recognizance "Not Delighted DC1n! #; Pay" ; .'.j'jt; *: ': .
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jCounty was arrested December 7 and Bond for the charge was set at$200. license suspended, according; |. to Lloyd Junior Serving Bradford & UnionCounty and surrounding reai*
;I.charged with driving while licensevftuspended Woods was released after he posted a Davis of Putman Hall- ; ,
Trooper D. C. Roberts'
ShVUllamTlllotson.. acconfing to Patrolman' surety,bond. McGill paid a,fine of S5.2S at:y'W the'time with was.driving arrested while Dec.license 16 and suspended charged, I Rorida Carpet, Cleaning ,& Dye Co. t' +,;

Bond for the charge was set at WOO. Albert Eugene Thompklns, of of his first appearance., ""' :;'' according to Patrolman Rhoden. I (, Ucensed & Insured) (KeildentjaJ & Comfiu nIa9")'" ;<%{ '

.Branam was released after he posted Hawthorne was arrsted December 17 Bobby Powers ,41, of Bradford Davis was stopped on US-Sal'and Call 964-4997:* "Call' r; $, '
& SR-18.Bond for *:
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a lIeen"luspended, accordingto County, was' arrested December 20 $200. J J.L FREE Estimates* .24 Hr. Service' Sztfofaclton! Giiarafte. ,;
Charles J. Baskin Bl,'of AJachuaifiwa Trooper Roberts. v'ThompUns "ll" ti I ,

pod wit arrested driving December while licence U and suspend-charg-' .south oTStarke was stopped. ;t one mile. >., :',, _____._.._.'- '. __ _'_m ;1.' : '

\d, according to'' Trooper B. A., Bond for the charge was set at$200. ,t, ;}.\ "
Williams. Thompklns was released after,"he
Bond for the charge was set at$... posted!" a cash.bond. '';:

'"J' Alton Lamar Moore 33, of Stark. William Aaron Martin of Lake
was arrested December 13 Butler was arrested December 17 and
jfd with driving while license impended charged: with driving while intoxicated -
and improper tag. according to ,according to Trooper Roberts.

,A Trooper Bond for Williams.the .I Martin was stopped west of Starke, Fer Here .nlBer" V.. .' Chrs..as Yre.'
charge was set at his blood alcohol content was .15 per- ,
; Moore was released after be1' cent. ." VI: '<>
ted a surety bond. Bond for the charge: was set at$300. J .
Moore was arrested Nov. 24 for the: Martini l was released. after he posted., a {
same charge of driving while license I..cash bobd.10 .;.-,' ,
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<.J vas arrested December 13 and charg-' 17 and charged with driving while In-
ed with driving under the influence toxicated, according. to Trooper /1o 9. '
;gtnd no valid driver license: according Williams:' ,
fo" Marshall Tommy Raulerson. McKay was stopped three miles
j > Davis was released after be posted north of Starke.His blood alcohol con
a $350 cash bond. tent was .12 percent. '1 1 ,
4 Bond for the charge was set at$300. I '
1 Obie Lee Jackson of Palatka was McKay was released on his own
Jlrrested December 9 and '
charged recognisance. '
jjHth no valid driver's license according
to Lt. John Dempsey. Gary Trogdon of Los Angeles wail, aveUp'To' )
j Jackson was released after -heBoated arrested December 13 and, charged
a $50 cash bond. with driving while intoxicated and "
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Jessie Bobby Brooks, 42 of Stark .
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was arrested December If and cbargJftd $281.50,placed under supervision -, : i a 'O M.
with driving while under the.in- of Salvation Army for;. 0 hours ,; Famous' Name = ,
'ftuence, according: to'Trooper P< C..; community services: work attend j ; ; a. r
Roberts. driving while intoxicated school,
Brooks was stopped south of Starke?; and p license ;swag{ '$suspended tfor one Designer Wear: ... '
is blood alcohol content was .17 per- year. ,<; r
.Cent. Bond for the drug charge was set at 1 /, .
-i Bond for the charge was set at$300., $500.Trodgon was released on his own ,Large "b''h ed.; ; r ''
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(.5 'jackets, above"tJie, kneels j'
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U Raymond Royce'vEdwards. 59 .of 1 1f front I buttons) 'skirtsand'tapered( j' ---- ?
Carr Little of Gainesville was Bradford County. was arrested; : :
arrested leg jeans and pants in'cargo and, !
December 18 and charged< December 19 and charged with driv : '-'
'with driving while intoxicated accor-1 ing while Intoxicated 5 pocket Juniors' .and'
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Ding to Patrolman Wilkinson.
Wayne Trooper Langston. '' '
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roadway St. after he was..weavn .' posted a $300) surety bond. .. .; Ladies' Tops And .. (
$ and did run off the roadway, said '7 1''y .*?... ; .1 i
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percent. County was 8frelltectJecember20
l Bond for the charge was set at$300.. and charged with driving''under.tbe .

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Santa Fe Community College will some Associate of Science degrees -,
administer the ACT (American College -, The SFCC Starke ,r ; : ;.
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to take the exam but the student must ':to 7 Classes January 6 pan. ,,;!; /'<1 'tS;, '' ,
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I v show proof of registration at the col- until April, 26. [ :
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Fe students who are pursuing an For- more Information call!1'e'SPCC / J.Is 12"x 25' .. 1"3' '
Associate of Arts degree and also for' 964382.v 1" 1
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received Si new individual case handled subsequent to Newman arrested August '
arraignment Timothy .possession of more than M grams of
and/or,felony defendants for prosecu- tetbe state attorney's office. 11 for burglary and grand theft case
cannablst case dismissed' for insufficient
,Uon.Six of which were prison related ;* Juvenile petitions were filed dismissed for Insufficent evidence evidence. i I
':.cases. Informations were filed on 27 withlMn-judical action approval on Thomas Devozzo, inmate, for Jess J. Wolbert arrested April 1* '
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.prior. .The cases. three cases?One guilty plea was ac- possession of cannnbls, case dismissed for grand theft,case dismissed due to '
< state attorney declined: to prosecute cepted and one case was dismissed. by lacked prosecutive merit. insufncientjeyldencjt.Jess .. Jqyfully yours on 1
11.=-.e88el'aDd there was..one the state attorney. Curtis Smith arrested August 7 for "
\;Jury trial. The following cases were dismissed sexual battery,;:case dismissed for tar J. Wolbert arrested May ie ChnS1rnasl"niornlng.
/On* guUtV'plea'Was accepted and by the office of the state attorney: sufficent, evidence and lacked pro: for grand theft case dismissed! defen
sentenced
fourteen prior cases were dismissed Jimmy Childers arrested June 20 secutive: merit. dant on another case.
': by the state attorney's office, accor- for uttering a forgery and forgery, Mary M.Carter arrested July 13 for Darlene Stokely arrested October
;dlng to Investigator WIley Clark. case dismissed defendant pled guilty aggravated battery'case transferredto 14 for welfare fraud case dismissed.
W One seared warrant and four violations hi another case. misdemeanor court. for. insufficient evidence. This. ]\I ,.
of' parole were.handled by the of'No JoAlice Goodman arrested October Lawrence Slocum arrested March Judy Elmore' arrested July"14 for I
flee: 19 for burglary of conveyance and 30 for burglary and grand theft case, burglary and petit theft,case dismissed : '
.. '' ,; action was taken In 13 cases. disorderly Intoxication and resisting dismissed defendant to be used as,a' due to insufficient evidence. .
i Twenty-four Informations were fit' arrest with violence,case transferred state witness. Randy McClelland arrested July 14 to-I:
.., ed In misdemeanor court; Twelve, to misdemeanor court., Robert Odom arrested September!;;i for burglary and petit theft, case
prior cases were dismissed.'The of Cathy Godwin arrested April 15 for 17 for aggravated battery and dismissed for insufficient evidence. .
flee declined to prosecute ten cases.rTwenty issuing worthless check, case burglary, case dismissed the victim, ., Willington Joseph Russell arrested more 0
guilty pleas were accepted dismissed! defendant made restitution. did not want to prosecute.,' ', September 15 for sexual battery, ease dollars
and two.. cases, were dismissed by the Curtis Brooks arrested September 2 dismissed for Insufficient evidence .
court' "", Timothy'N@wman arrested August' for aggravated battery, case dismissed facts did not constitute criminal offense. makea
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Starling Kevin. T. Lucy : Writ for$3,500. 35000. :, ; ;. r 2500
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parcel of land at the corner of just under eight acres on SR-lOO and In Starke to Mae Pearl Randalls for block 2, Corlotta Subdivision to .-1 CARTRIDGE
i Madison and Epperson Sts..in Starke. Bedford Lake to Carl B. and Linda F. $29.000.C. Darrell Lee and Sandra Marie
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ft' Giye,your:family-.dnd friends "Entertainment'and) 340 W"st Main St. Lak. ButUrrot / ; -

Memories" .this.Christmas with a Fisher vided "

cassette recorder; a name that means quality \. ,

and dependability. Fisher 5 5 with s function remote I horn In Lake Butler. One of a kind Roomi..Spoce.Room.Spoee. j
emlB B MeaB*W B B B t ,, .\ffjfuff, I I and with. pool..lDEAL. for entertainment. .By Appointment Only.Priced |
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zn \ *1 : 1 : acre fenced. \W Mile from city limits of lake Butler. Beautiful fireplace
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I A( I ....area. Newly decorated inside and out. Hat addlt-l.ttUCtu..l")

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A Holiday Membership 'Special :; frontage owner financed< ,,Lovely homeclt 2 miles from city Omiti. I II

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some po. i... io.y'tM.m, alto. Owner financed. Call right away.
$25 off Until Christmas. ';. I I RENTALS RENTALS '

..$$11 # across from Old Mill Pond. 5 ", I". from Lak. Butlers .
the only club in town that offers Selection of $100 .'In the country.Located |lust outside Union,County off SR 231 Ideal i
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3500 videos for. your home enJoyment.'f. ... '\ .. ; Off Sit:231: i lake! Butler Central heat. "' jj .V'-:' '<<
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f ,'f\.J, .w'1d 1 ..>> ., ., Regular\ :price i ',"$599PLUSES : 'ngs fro",Jane ai't.4/o+; Usher ': J '. ... I ,; :,"'''. '1
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110 West Call Street/964-5764 .MS 'U fr I ._ .

.. 1 ?, /vim'\\! OFFICE i ; mU:AND ADOINO MACHINES Da'poll need yeur home..n..J for the
., RENTi Union''County Times*. 150 ,boHdeyiT If *a call .....277. will glut
: : !" Lake Street lake Butler. Phone you good price and good Job. ,7 yr*.
Palaika' .
City ',SHOP for Information .7FN, JO/1 exp' ; t Palatka MaU Gleason Mall Home 2 BORM 1 BH, completely for Ro.eanr.>a.2--pd ". '

400 19 Highway 90 West ;< l6W.Ca St, : No kid, no pet*. HWY 18 DORMAN ,Will AND sEPTIC',7AK'
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32M416' ,964=5764 .. 496-2308: UFN 12/15 pun+P*, new Installation of, eeptta .
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.. .."sat ,ti.:,r.r 374100 : 372-5910 r TEDRIIE INSURANCE 'AGENCVl 160 S. CUSTOM MADE Droprie. Val_'and
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ill. Ji..1f IlIn. _. .u._.' ._c G51El0Gfs ElE147A1E1c7171B4 YA.os3RS C 7YERf"" I'o. Insurance. Service. TFN. UFN FREE 9/29.EMlmate, *$ and-W EnMrprlta- ,-

REAL ESTATE NEW CKKMT :CARD Nobody' refueedl
Al.o VUa/Mo.ter card. Call'

FOR A tPIOAl PIECE OP PRO 1-800-687-6000 I Ert. .C-1136i 4r-pd
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Merry ; "f !:>> ?JANE H I cion'S..have USHER. It. I'IMInd, MEAL It-TOR.Just NETTLES.11/17.12116'TREE SERVICE Tree removal.1< and

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> )I, CounIV.IJO'tOf'- ,; ufn 1222BAKER :.

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: ; '. i FOR RENT f'M: ..PERSONAL'SERVICES. r HOUSES FOR SALE". operated.-. We tell or rent tank and

I Keystone: : .. .', '' '' -po \ .' ., ... .. .. ._1. '' furnish' cylinder. We solicit cuitomon'T
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CARPENTRY. AND MASONRY .WORK. '' $TdNi" OAKS' SUBDIVIMONi By "who : own their'' own* fanKjit Call,
.' ,i ,:' REALTY,REALTOR Building patio, addition, remodeling .'. 3...,'. 2Both on large land- 2594812 or 239-6810.. 1 /oe, .tchg
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Rental Prop.rtyAvalloblao i'hem.s and tile work.' free animate ; | .lot. .Small ,frul."I..utlllty.( "
Heights lake Santa '., 1 BR..-2Both, CB home, : :; '
: Phone 473-4473 before ,5 p.m. 12/1 prlnklwi.vyMem, screened FOR SALE, Jtf f
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., '" '' (of ge yard. $4007 mo. .tfnehg. n''V .:&, ',,/r .' polio Call' for appointment. .. ,
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In Keystones ,2.1t. CARPENTER WORKt Remodeling work / rinchg ;
Ads fireplace, $225/_ kitchen cabinet md trim lilt.. house oft, 3.9.acre.. 3 BOtM Home' .in Lake Butler. Conaete I
......... 2BR., carpentry.Rea : black, .
Mobil. North of Key.tone. .onable price Call 473-2477 alter -and other bulMlngo. Septic tank I"" bh. Owner financing
,1 'A Bath. Unfurnished, $175/mo. :3:3O 12/1 Hnchg electric pole ton trailer hook-up..' i available. 'AI.d. K.'a......'. tank I
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\ NOTICE Seminole. Rldgei/ :4Br., 2Bathquiet ,CARPENTER p.m. WORK No job too big or tea .r; ."" 1 yr. old. 245 Ook1,Foowt. w/k_ Wooden boot .../_
neighborhood, 5400mo.Commercial \ .mall. 30 .y.ar1'-.po'l..c. .Wm( ( 'I5' 12/( tfnchg:" ,- and, trailer 496-2791 evening:,4.-chg,
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.. Prentooel In Melroe. Off yreturence.. 473-4183. 12/1 rfnchg. cwt M ;
dASSIPWO ADVERTISING should be tub- ,Latchstring Road. For more Info cell: ,CARPET. AND'.''WINYL, ..pal.*.and k>- f RUNITURt AND APPLIANCES Couch and
mined to the Lak. Region Monitor'af.j 1 ''KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY;, llfallalloh* f ree> e.tlmate. Ten .8My ;? YARD SALE 7" love ,coat $I2O, .Couch: ) $40.';table
flee In writing and paid In advanc. .REALTOR I 473-491 < 2/chalr tao: table $3), metal cHest 3
unless' credit .I I. already, eitaWUhed ,. [ 'Y f .> 1218 tfnchg 'experienced!Crolg., 12/ Hnchg Call 47:.,-4"1 f. 'end ask for oSUIL'S >'i-, '. YARD SALE Every day,..- drawer S2S. venal .lave eat &*,,_..
with this office.MONITOR OFFICE AT BUSY;CORNER facing Flam- 0 RETIREMENT' HOME Saturday.! Baker Rood lit troll. (qua cablnetbuffetervertabel
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STAFF CANNOT BE HELD ingo St but cart be._ from SR-100 HAIRSTYLING CENTER All under by small brtdg. 12/22 Itpd $300. anttave.bed-dresser and vanity
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN olHM i / w/mlrror
S290,2 black vlnol
and SR.21 Intersection.. Prime locottel. chair $15
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER. Call 4733411.121 rfnchg" ... woof;: OFFERING: Certified nursing' '., .. .....' ea..a. Oak table .....lIoaf130.\ .' codar ,
and trained 1.
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Mixlitancv staff; 94 ... .... _'
THE TELEPHONE. ; PARTIALLY.; FURNISHED 3BR., H bathmobllehom "' 'clo.et $1300'' green plaid recline. $40,
ClauHled deadline I I. Tue.doy noon In-Melrote area. Large : hour supervision for (.nlo cHlteM*> ''" 1 .brown recliner, $35, i Sanyo1 stereo-
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'hbf' meol.rdoy' ,week, t>r long tenntoyf. '
prior to Thursday publication. : ::1" '"' .
porch. Responsible coupl. '.wonted. : ., '' ,1.Cossett.-T-.obl..tun.r.o"pllf'.r.2
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i STVLINO CENTER for,the public; .
Minimum charge IS word for 11.73, 479-1368. 12/1 tfnehg i i : i ; 'SubscribeDoayl '..oeaker $900 9 mo*. old like new. 9
: then 10 cent for each ward thereafter. IBR. FURNISHED MOBILEHOMEi' Large ,i precl.lon styling fo men and wom.,. ?I-c ) drawer pine cheat $60 9 and 4 drawer
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living roam 'ond .,-ell. 3170/mooth :perm tl2/f:
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plus depo.lt. ALSO: MH : 47H.210" ; \
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& BOATS $160/mo. Call 1-654-6634.: 12/1 tfnchg WILL. ., TYPING, In my Call home. BoaJO.report. *.4 : 1: : >P.I' I. ;\ '<',,'''!-' .'.,..' hlde-a-bed $90, 'couch -w/chalr., &!
resumes etc
473.29. / ( \ :: .' 112f..rrrors: : $19, bed $70. 'S>
.2BR.. COTTAGE with lake "front 1211 : : ; : .' ,1" .j" h complete ,
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$300/mo. Call 473-3334 or 2821727. hour! : bank-bed.il complete $90<< .'; lIS ,
1978 OtdMHoMe T. ."...-- $1,000. 12/1 tfnchg TRACTOR fob. Call WORKS Mowlng-by' : / /" ':.. MELROSE "/refrigerator $20O, chair $20 to $29. $K
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A/C. FM/AM radio. Front:Wheel. drive.Comfortable TJlAIUIt12BI1.fumlahod.. 150/mo, plus ''| anytime.L 473-4183.." l2/ij / ;'\,. ..Accounting C To \hI::Phone 273-1900t' mile' North alW
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473-4648 for appointment. to.'sea.Hnchg 'n3-2<408.1 12/22 Itpd ,', INTER- EVE CARE CENTER' j Office Cataract ,':!) :: :: -t ; JNext ,;,.,"g.- .. Oj1p.!"\ "r
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glosses. mule off Subscribe Todctyl' .
l Geneva near schools. 7 room house, 2both. \ .479-2199 (tI "
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684.6558 .,
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II "OHM'DASH" VANS. u_ !. ,., "' .; S350/...... First and la.t.franc) .800.142-6041.: 11/17-3/23/84 or ,13lpdXHAVING frees> }: "' : ''I i C.B. |oac George MO.KJ.. IJN1O1$C UNTYrl: $ S .
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On new 1984 custom van*. Starting at 4tehg A PARTY Why hot rent a |1.,1, if '"
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r $ 3.toO plus tax, tag and freight.' 13.3, HOUSe CLOSB TO MIU b S'. N..ds' good iboK? For more Information call' :
percent bank financing.' 1-75 441 .tenant..Mutt'keep' yard clean. be )473.7368.11(24.1V296/pd' J!*>"', Starke.' .Want, A*IS': :.. "'. .... .. .'t.;
Alachua' Florida. _463-3379. 12/22: quiet. NO pet. Has 3 big bedroom, 2 THE'HANDYMAN' : you've been looking",'. ': .. jj. '
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I bath. 'nice kitchen, -.750/...... plus !Mart Repair' done when you want 'them 1: : .t""v MOBILE H&YilI iq'T' \
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FOR SALE r $100 security: 479-167B13/15-33 2tchg ;don_. light hauling. Cal Jim' 473-3671' ,i:" .
: FURNISHED TBAIURi IIM/miC: : Call '__Ing.. 12/8 tfnchg r ,fc... [ :FoR SALE 1 '

PECANS FOR SALIi 1983 crop. Phone 4737057eff.f; 9 p."'. I2/IS.1/5/B4. FLUTE" LESSONS A truly ....tlnllilift. Now?. : \ Courtney's : : '. : :.

I 1 473-3701. 12/22 Itpd \' "... .!'accepting /beginner! and Int.rm.diafs'studentsFV.rV.reasonabls /t a A > W MOJHU MOMS JAUsi Nevi and j
U-PKK NAVEL ral.1I.737893'.1211 ,, used home for I
ORANGES $7 buhel. Er.fng WANTEDI ( 'nefNe alewWarier
own container. exact change. L. O., Wtll i -U2tch9 !.r : ; V School of. Dork, *.... 1 (Bud) AhNlhn. tovlte yoU to aftn out |
'Ii j.hitellevt: ,BAiTSITi In my'home day '" .. I. ,. '
Van' 8uum 473-1449, Melrote. 'DUO VtC?IO GAME TA for, / *:" : '!' \1'( .. 'Wi I .._ 'Highwe
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.tor>.'473-4448..H/I tfnchg : O.'Bo .t i 11. ,, .
l' 12/23-29 2tchg : : lake .. Polmko: Pla':125.1 or?: iii
S.40B. Geneva Park, lake Geneva'Jjfl.jaMao.ivn '.J : .,........ 1Cases 'r
SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC ias
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HELP WANTED'V ; itpd! 4A'r.tk Y....... fit; Itfft. ,
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pipe'tend fittings. Water oftener : ; : : 'I
Bryon Ace Hardware, Keystone HgttI :,.1;;. ....: .... ,J. : It. ., .: '. .. ,, : begs,.Jae; Y *,B OROOM,1H! !BATH. $...' ...to
I 1211tfnchg. J DIMCTOtl'Solorled.t; "' Steve Broadway'TREESEnViCE : \. /glMaI.J"K51r 4 i "' c.os.* BMnvInd efltta-MlAv"
I AZALEAS. 3 FOR *1>' -- cio*fti,11f OKOAMItT/MUMC ;, ; + le, .. (Qff 320) 12/Ot Wit BOW '!
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Nursery -an 2'/i mde' ". 'I' .2x40. .JI ;
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tfncha : .r'SUO*, J2/23-2 2tpcI' 'I" ., '' 'ReTOVtll utility bUg., on ,,1 ,x'1
Ij NEATER. DUO Therm.-Mobllohome atMehmenhi : ; tot m City! ,oUta.!.., ,-_- 1
; 59.00O BTU..LP .... forced T + .*' ,*Trimming, 'tfn , .. .. t \'M1W1 "..
air $ 75. ALSO: 3 wheel" bicycle $90.. MOflllE HOMES t?'J ,. Stump Removal ; 1i;hdoy 9p.cIs/'Sa;' ORAHOnTR, 24x92 p; Very __QIj.I
479-2033.: 12/22 1,pd I dlttan. PanloHy, IVnMwd. > ;" 411II;
(FOR SAtE ; '. :' _M.rl Store YI .
UPRIGHT PIANOS $175. Ape.1 hardwood ? Free Estimates ( l ,2"Ms.111 12/22 ., .. -.
living room _. $150. Sewing machine' c ENs : .Cell Street-Stark-' ,
.MUST UUf iwj Creenntll doubtewlde iaj Firewood ..' DotswtGpd J
w/cebla.t. $ 00. Merlin eml, t Uli. / 14.501) 1m
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# sole $129' ""
automatic 22 n fl. .../* ....,, $40 sM.Dyke by Fleetwood! 26'X So. 3M CH/AC.2Bath :'i ir r ,47 4732 I f 1 iw and Up. .acod. $..... 17". color tv" _.,

*.. 0037129s, p.m. 12/22 e .garden tub' > 'greatroom.. {'" Aft.r5f.M.Keystan i: ,it '.* $10 and Up' IMS Phone 473-1908. Itpd 1 ; '.
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'IP*' Whirlpool appliance Financing > J BEDROOM ..0... W/peMp .
OiNTLEi aefdlng. Green-broke.4 ...., ". ...allab'.It'' qualified. VA loon: May be ,: Height j i .I cover and utility. ehId. .16. .... let but -. I,
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$300 er best offer. Saddle > a0..'.with'N"; J H teen by appointment only n.W after i.-3-- p.m. ... 1 Inset 2/.d ,,4 fI'; I ,;,,"-" 4.". Clttl 9Sea -=sae,I :"
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NOTICE .FOR SALE FOR RENT '. PERSONAL SERVICES iIi }

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted FIREWOOD FOR SAIL Oak or pine, MIMOSA MANOR MOIRE HOME PARK. \ i;CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free Short srder grill from

,t*, 4h* Bradford County ,4x4., :30-40". % Cord. $truck Mobile homes and spaces for ....... \ ,' estimates. HandyMan Fence Co., the Hospital. Aexlltory '
Telegraph office In writing and paid In firewood, oak or pine $10 Recreational vehicles welcome.. Phone .1: >,;'" owner Tammy Reddish. 964-8539. 6/09 lair beetle borrower. i ruitlle! at'LRE.LTY
advanca unless credit Is already Sunshln Industries, 16 W. Call 4682912. '/16 tfn ,r'. ,*.'12/30 loose return to
established with this off lc.. 9647699. W. load for you between MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTS One mil.' DRAINFISLD ROCK Bldg. sands, SILL WILSON
THB ,TELEGRAPH STAFF ''CANNOT BE .9 30 a."'. and 2:30 p.m.. Mon.-Frl.9/29 from Stark city limits. Clean. Hwy 16 llrnerock. top soil. Large or small C.OF C.OFFICE "
HELVe: RESPONSIBLE FOR 1NCLASSIFIEDS .lfr W. Call 468-1323.10/07 tfn. load. Ph. 782-3172. BRADFORD
WHEN AD IE TAKEN OVER ALICIA HAVt Good quality large bales. KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY Room for rent at LJMEROCK SALSE. tin 7/14

THE TELEPHONE. $2.35; Large found bales, $25. Can low weekly rat... Coll Tmpl. Motel REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS, painting SubscribeToday .IS '
Clarified deadline J J. TUESDAY, d.llver In trailer' loads. M.L. Conner. 9647357. 9/16 EOW/tfn )," and plumbing repairs 25 years ex PHONE 964-7776 :
NOON prior to Thursday publication. 964-3232. 10/20 tfnPIREWOOOi CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for ,on!.. On '. perience. All work guaranteed. BEKlUTUWILUIU .
Mnbnum| charge 13 words 'for$2.75, Call after 6 p.m. Ask for Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison Call .,964.7738.9115 tin 205 M. Temple Stark
then' ))0 cents for each.word thereafter. Matt. 964-1268. tIn 468.1323.: 10/07 tfn. (IXPIRIENCED PAINTER Neat work. In-
'" SEWING MACHINE Clean oil and ad|. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly ,, ', .terlor or exterior. Fro estimates. Camp Yard Sal.
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'< CARS t TRUCKS tension In your home. This week. only ....... Palms Apartments, 2314 N, Temple Reasonable rates with good Rain or Shine SPECIAL
?, $1".95. Also used machines, $2995 Ave. 7/28 tin. J references Call 964-5177.11117 tfn B a.m. 5 p.m.
1976.i Power"steering and up.S.S.i Z.Z.; cam. auto. 475-2006. SPACIOUS 3 BR.3 BA homo with CH/A: *,, MACHINE QUILTING Crib to king .1... Handsome) 3 II, 2'/ BA brick
IMPAlA 350, V-8.. 12/152tpd 12/22 West Call St. Lots of storage. NO pets. '<.'. Betty Hlldebrand. 964.8122. 12/01 9tpd Frl. r Sat. hem en five high and dry ocri.
power brak. A/C. 2-door, SINGER ATHENA 2001 In walnut console.Orlg. ''i. '.01/26
Call 964-5827 11/03 rht .
S'sp. blkei alum windows Oval with brick barbocwofacllltlM.
stereo and radio. See et 411 N. St.ClolrSt. '.' patio
price $98. Bal. $31* or someone NEW LUXURY OFFICE ACII Near cour \BAKER IP GAB INC.I Family owned and
964.B872. 9/15 the: 'with good credit to assume payments thouse.900arl800sq.ft.Avallablefor J i 7 operated W* s.lor/ rent tanks and ) canoes clothestdrink Larg. stool building. .,

1917;*COOT ..... Rebuilt engine, new at $25 mth. 475.2006,12/15 3tpd 13/33 1 lease April 1984. Telephone ''''.1266. ,; furnish cylinders.We solicit customers Follow dispenser Yard tools. Solo) etc. Stocked pond. Attractive fonco ,

top< now point. f11ft, big tires, many GUNS FOR SALEi Savage Foremost 12 12/01 4tpd 12/22 ; s}, who own their own ,..nk.. Call 'Camp Alsot with electronic got*. On SR 1$.
new: ores. $1.600. Phon. 9645123. go. pump. gold trigger vent rib. Zinch ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOME ,1co..ntry. *'.':' 2996813 or 259-6810. 12/08 4tchg Signs-
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13/0 2tchg 12/13 mag. Excellent,condition $145,, Also First, lost and security yr'!,',,.:.12/29 OAK FIREWOOD .*see*' i
1977 JEEP CHEROKEE ...... 533-2960. You cut you beef
Remington nylon 66 auto. Good condition J',FLOORS SAGGING HOUSE UNLEVELT
deposit. Call 964.8602 after, 5pm.
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2700.. Itchg 12/15 $' 5. 431-143. Itpd 12/33 12/08 tfnCOUNTRY i. Need Foundation repairs? W* con l2.pIcIc..p.
M IT,TRIM. you can buy |**ps for $44 POLLED HEREFORD BULL Registered 4 HOME WITH LARGE YARD, solve your problems.. Call for free 473-aOM 473-3MI: Th. finest Pr.f rr.d Properties r

through the US Government* Get the, months old, Good ''4-H proect.| $350. One bedroom home. Call 964.B602EFFICIENCY ttlmates.. LaRue and Clark Home W. are your Quality (RealtorLet /
fact ..today Call ((312))' 742-1142 ext. ((904)) 783.8308. 12/22 4tpd 1/12 ROOMS Light housekeeping Repairs ((904)) 284-3160 or 284-7089." STARKE RADIATOR u* help anytime:

609.I12/O8EOW 1/19 ,KENMORE STOVEi Electronic Ignition, low weekly rates, quiet, clean, 12/13 4tpd 1/05 you
1977 DOOOB TRUCK long wheel. base; continuous cleaning oven. Glass Indoor utilities, paid. US 301 S. ELDERLY GENTLEMAN WISHES TO SERVICE *Days Nights
PS.'PB; AC. 31,000 miles, good .1.... :964-8148 Itchg 12/22 carpets 964-7589. 12/15 2tpd 12/22 ':. BOARD Writ P.O. Drawer 280. We knds it Holiday

.318 eng. runs'good. $1975., '. 782-3307.. MOBILE !HOME SUPPUESi' Windows and ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED HOUSE .>'.> Starke, Florida '32091. Willing to pay : ********
Itchg 12/13 doors, 'plumbing and elec. supplies. nice. $125 ....h. Hampton. First share of household espouses 12/22
19t2ttlEVY VAN MARK III: Customised. Also furniture. Bargain Center 1 mile. last Very and deposit. 372.0075 _Ing.. tin AN EXTRAORDINARY VHIA-2 BR, 1% BA. ,
Fulry.'equlpped. Electric bar 4 captain south of Storke. 10/37 ttn 12/15..tchg 1/05 .HOUSEKEEPER/COMPANIONi Permanent TWO Lovely f"h-. homes FOR LEASE. '
chalis, one chouch that ...... Into a CIRCLE PHONES Can be seen at 384 N. NEAR GRAHAM One bedroom trailer. position for live-In lady. Must be S03: N. CHURCH IT.WoIlltullt. S-stry. 4 BR, CH/A.
b.dCobra; CB ,AM/FM cassett Temple Ave. Continental Telephone Total electric.: Utilities Included. $SS' fluent In speaking Spanish and In S2.000-RD230.. Brick hem. CH/A. Fenced. .Ig. lot.
.tore*. air brushed paint |lob New set Co. 12/15 2tchg 12/22 wkly: 14681371. Itchg 12/22 Spanish culsln Must be trustworthy. 1"fo.- 331 BUTLER TERRACE-4/1 on 2 ..... '

of ..... For sal. by owner* 9646747. FLIP PHONES Can be seen at 384 N. HOUSE FOR lENT 2 BR. living .room din. Room board B some salary. : ......"'.... In sown FACING GOLF COURSE-Uvely. 1BR. 1 BA.Own.fin.
Itpd 12/13 Temple Ave., Continental TelephoneCo. Ing room," kitchen 1 BA. family room 'Cpl'i References required. Days call COZY 1 BR, 1 BA C/I-L.v", St. Fenced.
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1977.JEEP CJr Whit ipokes..10-I5 Lt. 12/15 3tchg 12/22. .,w w/f(replace, scr.en.d'porch/ corports. ."-!'!!.+I{t 964.5011X ,.5 p.m. (Monday Friday) to loi.o Uat HANDSOME CONTEMP. ) BR, IVt IA.. !
Good condition.' 49.000 mil. 3500.. ANSWERING MACHINE PHONESi Can be 964-3559. Itchg 12/22 .,\ 12/22 4tpd 1/12 Ask for Randy or Dave .FOREST HSIOHTS-3/1 stucco '/ Ac.
96+5985. Itchg 12/15 sen at 384 N. Temple Ave., Contlnen* KEYSTONE AREA Mobile ham 'for rent. ". BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening 964-6810 I .BRICK en 1% Ac. All _"ltl... $' .000.
1976 CHEVY IMPALAS 1974 V*Ian pickup, tal Telephone Co. 12/15 2tehg 12/23 Furnished or unfurnished" $1 SO. Nol \service,' circular hand ,carbide chain CORNU HWY 301 t ISMtiimruun. I 713 MADISON ST-Owner .... 3 BR.
1973, :Travel trailer, sleep. 6. Call J.C.Wynff WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES Giant *mower blade hollow ground and .
...... 4737729. Itchg 12/22 > STMUCash 47 AC.Att. antique brick ha_. Pecan trees.
4732737. Itpd 12/19 round 13 ft..,.,4 Ins. $27995. reg. NICE ROOM with private bath. 964-6039, \? balanced. Leave,at Jackson Building FINE RESIDENCIES Ac.-..... .lend.. 1320' en 301.
J .1971 DATSUN PtCKUPi New tires,' runs 1499.95. large 8x12. 5235.152-1999 or 12/22 tfn Supply In Starke,, Keystone Heights or ... ACRES S New Home wiG_ .......
good;. $650 CASH. :Tel 473-4508., Itpd19M '753-9413; Lok. City. Christmas'lay-A- ,;NEAR GRAHAM* One bedroom' trailer lake Butler. TFNchg POULTRY FARM-34 Ac., 2 homes, 4 chick .........
12/'$ ',,' Woys. 11/24 Stpd 13/33 total electric. Utilities Included. $55 GLASS CUT TO ORDERS Doors, windows .
fin.CORNER
Own.
MS-W.
14% AC OFF
MAXDA.6J6t On*owneri)air,1;'good' !COLOR TVr$99 and up.>> Next to Starke.. .. 'weekly. 1-468-1371, Itchg 12/22 .. ,,.I' etc. JACKSON. BUILDING SUPPLY LAFAYETTE lewtey.ORANOE-M Ac. $18.600.e3 .
.condition take "over. .payments.1 Stark. 9648212. !> .6078. Orders also taken In Lake
south of
Truck ,964
Stop
VACANCY SOON One bedroom apartri i]
BR PRAME-l.eoO. Excel ........ 2 lot.*.
533-2755. Itchg 12/15 ROLLS OF ALICIA AND ARGENTINA HAY ment.: Carpets, drapes, AC. walled;; : !Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights .
I'J984 CHiyETTEi New, black. $4,000 and for, sale. $20 ea. Delivery! available. patio.First and last month. ,rent plus >,,t';.f.4734973. 2/26 tfn .S30.000-MADISON. Former Col-Main bldg.HAMPTON
:u ;jWsurmv''paym.,712337.. i Itchg. ,'782-3727. 12/01 tfnRAtsMTSt deposit. Ph. 964.8601 (Bradford Vlllag FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS OAKS-2 lots.
/22 4 For pets or ..._. Lawrence Apr) 12/22 tin 144 W.C.III.. ,....noa SESSENT ROAD-Very .Ig.. beout. wooded lot. x..
.1972 CHIVY TRUCK Long wheel base!;, Meng. 6 ml. 301 South: 4681915. tfn THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME LR, DR. Open Tues. Frl. 9 Ml 5i30 .60 ACRES Prime land off SR-23S.$2,000 Ac. :
\\ T/H/H rW),58.000 miles new point MICKEY MOUSE PHONESi Can be seen at Family room. "475-1717 call after. S $...-, AM til 3 PM 719 R. lour St. i $22ON.
o obl.;good condition. 9646530. 12/22 '384 N. Tempi 'Ave. Continental p.m. Itchg 12/22 A'..... Not Always Necessary Rogts| ....7. Ac. 11000. Own. flu. Wilson Rd. 230A.

tfn Telephone Co. 12/15 2tchg 12/22 IN TOWN S rm. partially furnished with 1/7tfn For Sal. REPAIR SHOP. Hampton.Owner financed..
'.1978 CHEW ;CAPRICS; LANDAU 2-ar.. SNOOPY PHONES Can be seen at 384 N washer B dryer, $250 mth.'plus $200 ..-- MM B/X en 1 ec., 301. $32.000
coupe. :'factory wire wheels/ ; cruise con Temple Av.. Continental TelephoneCo. sec. dep.' 3 rm. partially furnished WANT TO DRINK $39900 EDWARDS ROAD-I1 Plus Ac...._. : )
''trot; tilt wheel: PS.; PB, AC,Good tires. 12/152tchgI2/22 $150 plus $100 sec. dep. Call 9647J25.Itpd mArs YOUR BUSINESS or_Rent for $30 :month ...bee.. :t!
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hlce 7BJ-3307. ItchgTO STOP THAT'S OURS ..
WANT TO
f A COl'.I2,5l Ph.) CONTEMPRA PHONES Can be seen at 1222COTTAGE VIMMOS .
.j Continental bedroom. .'. Alcoholics Anonymous Rent SUA COONS*M444IS IAVUN OUTIAW U.KTSPAVIMUUMS t'
12/23"r 384 N. ,Temple Ave. FOR RENTi On. .
C"IiYY! IMPALA. ,50. "'-I. Heal.r Telephone Co. 13/19 3tchg 12/22 Older couple preferred. No children. '......,10 964-8434 961N94ALANON Office Furniture) Nanawatsas. 4M-IU1

r'AC, radio.:"$700. Phon.94.5494pd OLD TIMER PHONES Con be seen at 384 ., $100 .....h. plus ''utilities, Phone FAMILY GROUP !Wkty'
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i thaw<&L" "'" re .v nt')f< ..10..u"' ..4-,11...R'CoJ"ta/is JtcKa'12/2J rs.:: Sal;, IN OTTt Nice 9 BR.:,.fE BA.Kdn.lfnMly.WJ '. .".J!. ,_ _JW..I"--.11/11_,:hpct.......::11081J 0-11 t. ,* Jha Sellgr;* nen)
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einotiaJp: t't,_ ((11fM1 : N'fIMf'tttft-, m N...,>i! !;1.H/A.1tllch. .eqiAftptrnVtSM Wianth t. 1 r "f !iir "t, .{ :; ,
f'1\ ,, tr eu>iiIe Ave.:' tiwnin.ntal'Telophone >'''>plus S3SOdeposit 933-wra., j Co. 12/15 2tchg 12/22 12/15 2tchg 12/22 > -.r' r.: .... ; TheOffice V ............................4CC0CCC
Tllrt'FOOt; 'ALUMINUM IOAT1 Coil CORDLESS PHONE, Can b: seen at 384N. *k. ,
,468-1455.! :Jtpd. 1222HELP : ," .'Temple' Ave. Continental TelephoneCo. LAND FOR SALE BY OWNER 94 Weedtawn. 3 BR 3 IA f. FILL DIRT. --
12/15 2tchg 12/22 I Wcedor" siding sep. LR. DR. FR Shop Sand C Llmorock Woll Drilling '
WANTED CHEST PHONES Con be seen at 384 N. InN w/fIreplac CH/A fenced yard within Plumbing Repair ,

'. I .' Temple Ave. Continental TelephoneCo. 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grave walking distance of schools. Call 110 W.,Call
,',LIVE IN FOR ROOM AND BOARDt Help 13/15 3tchg 12/22 Rd. 13,995.00 down $70 a month. 964.826811/17;' hen I 468-1455 .
with children. Apply In person at 407 AKC REGISTERED CHOW PUPPIES Call 964-5606 9/15 tfn .BUY OF THI VIARIi 2 BR, 1 BA CB home. .' 964-5764 I 'Slat*Licensed* Ha
W.. Washington. St. TENDER YEARS Papers and shots. Will be available THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on 5R-227.Braaker Furnished. Financing available.. ...a................99vo,wTfNryrs..
PLAY SCHOOL Itchg 13/32 Dec.20. $150 ea. 9644644. 12/1521pd Rd. 2995. $300 down, $55 a month. 14681323. 12/01 tfn.
ZIO lAG SEWING MACHINE Wards 9645606. 9/15 tin COUNTRY STYLE Well built home convenient : .
automatic, maple! desk type cabinet NO DOWN PAYMENT/OWNER FINANCING city location. Remodeled huge
WANTEDAXLES > 'with attachments,, $200 or best offer ) All lots zoned commercial B-3. rooms, spacious kitchen. 964B565. J"JoJ-JoJ"Jo'ii' ;} C: GIC
,"] i .0 r. i 964-8496, .'2115 2tchg 1222MISCELLANEOUS_, Easy terms. Call 964-7071 to see lots. 12/15"tche 105HAMl'TON PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS'
Good Investment 10/06 tin LAKE New efficient
property. energy '
; and .
Two axles four tires.Highest
TIRESi
I B 25 ACRES SlateRood Under oaks. Thro* -
APPROXIMATELY on brick home. big I- 3BR.XBAFireplace
price paid. Green's Welding 225.' Half In cultivation) half In $47,500 .....27SO. Itpd 12/22
garages Cathedral
South Storke Calling 1-2 I 3 Bedroom ApU.
'. $hop. 301' Fl.,964-5007. young timber. $2,000 per acr.. Owner.
11/03tfnchg ;Olin': ', .SHAKIEE PRODUCTS Call. me If you need will finance at 10% 'Int.r.... Call Subscribe Today/ L-ShepedlR/DRre* From 150" IB '297",
Closet Schools
AXLES A TIRES For mobile homes them. Wholesale plan also available. 964-6530. 12/08 tinS .
.Mobil Horn Soles: Coll. 64-9606.. Call Mlml 712.379012101 4Khg 13/22 ACRESi One mile north of Stark. 'BRADFORD COUNTY VA.FHA.CenventtonelFlnendfigSSI.COO @
HAVE DOGS TO GIVE AWAY Full grown 'jwner. anxious' te sell. Call H TELEGRAPH 1530 W. Madison
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BUSINESS male and female, cream B. rust color. 1-813-758-5637.. ... welcome.')2/S \ 964-6305 CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION. "rUtflB 964-6312;
'' OPPORTUNITIES Friendly, good pet for children. Stpd 1/12 I19OPILWX1UCB. 10UA"IIOUI.. .
12/22 OPPORTUNIIYFLORILAND
964-6996. Itchg r'
",. ". FREE PUPPIES Cut.. |lust In time for Result .
Classified Ads Get
REDUCED TO '$1MOOOt Gentleman Christmas.. Alsj grown dogs/, Call' ,- "- ............. MINI .,r. -::, : ---- -- -
Form.?.. dream of .,cam 964-6813 after 4 p.m. Itpd 12/23 I Subscribe
brick.
'"' '4-bedroom on 28 .
pgrourtd, & Compare!!
Shop
s'acres. Manuel Inc.; REALTOR ((305)) NerttlM Tree Srvlc '' Today
,: .. Resorts Special Insurance for STORAGE REALTY
896-4371 R.V Parks, Fishing Tree removals of all kind..Also .
/'. Broker cooperate.: Itchg 12/22' Mobile Home Parks In Starke:.
pruning Demosslng : '''.7700
to --All types of Call Mary 964-6305
FIREWOOD Oak B Pin*
i. MOTORCYCLES. Free Delivery licensed B Insured homeowners policies' for 473-7683 393 N. Tempi) Av*.
Work.. .Discount Prices mobile homes. Vernl P. Odor/Broker-
Quality LteHwy Ml Next to McDane..-$....* .
:.m', HONDA ISOi Adult\owner, Low _, Thomas D. Nettles, Owner ,496-3823 f Call for Quote AILONGCHAMP 1 OKI 'di

,..mileage$730.; ......11640.,JI/17, fit _. '
A 'I! ..__, -- ......... -- -- Olln's Mobile Good Starter Home: 4 BR,
ClassifiedGet.Results t' Ads CH/A. Carport.
xCUI'
fi Mini storagexlZ Home Sales JUST REDUCED Walking .
e & '
., ; Elaine M. Olin. Agent HOMES distance. uptown. :3 Bit,
t fireplace, compact yet lots STATELY OLDER HOME-2
9645608.WTll ,. of room Call to see.
Stack.du INC. front porches, beautiful.
'. Split' 12 VXinuuire '476' on 301 South. Owner 0
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8x12 shady lot. fruit" trees, 6
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B AStatistic .
Opk n't -
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Core at Suiuki-Ka.wa-saki al Starke -- Stork. Florida paean trees and shop.

'' .1 1 > *. 3 BedroomBrick Veneer Horns)* $45,000.
41,000 Chimney'" Last EXCEPTIONALLY NICE-3
Yean $9 million damage to DrHl.n.j -1'A Both; CH/A;\ .Carport; Utility Room '2 Tral.' ...... First'and last BR ,2 IA daublewld

I SREI ham owners. Don't let this . ".. Carpeting. mo. rent. plus damage mobile horn on 1.7 acr*.
happen to you.Estimates.RAMHI9PM 2""thru6''' ON YOUR LOT d.po.H281 Screened enclosed porch.
CENTER
Celtli132 ,_SKYLINE HOME. CaIl.U.127. 10x14 shelter.. 525.000.SPORTSMANS .
or. 2303 N.Temple.*. U.S.301 N. .. Fast Rotary Starting At DREAM:

YAluninwel- : 94-14)4 Storks.. Moneny.SeturdoyVlonkns1tfp .Drilling Equip ,. $31,800 .Homeelt. lot In. Fish, camp Sampson lake.
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J Green Acres. $1.000, 3.72 oc., 156 ft.,on Sampson -
P. Lb.capper. LksensBtl -
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bee-. 1984Liberty N., "MmiMrvSv I -- . . ... 'J'.' -"'" .8 Different Plan of Financing. 2B1b-Homslt. In lake;760 ft. on canal,
: .Inleresl Starting! 4\ t* IrIf / ". Sou.h"," *. S5.500. bar room game room bolt
,; EuerywsdeesdeYYbegIMnbtS :.1;i .. :JPumps: T YOU QUAUfY l3IS-(3)(: ) Apt House B tackle shop, living

Aug- 24iBahlpi '. <" .,. ,' ( 'VJr.. For.................Cell (Waldo). $'''.000. Low quarters boots kickers.
Ihs. reld Btar.F. $13,900 f ,N..1d1416:21: w New &: UsedSalesPartsServicf down. ACREAGE 2Vk acres and
Mttarvs.ctlsre VACUUMSALE 964.6853
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> Block. '
> 267-2 BR,.:1H IA S up. Sam owner financed.
I lit 121" Sa t0O_L 1" :14s03 11.droom.2lwN+,Center kitchen. plywood yrs. old. Av. CH/A, 9 $2.000 per acre and up.

.tNorthPfairf.lw;t te floors, hoed, washer B dryer. central air.\ E-Z Terms. miles to town. $47.000 -14 ;AC-lawtey. Beautiful
e>-!". ,, .e-- power rang : J NEW & USED .....f./o', '!j"'", '"' _i AlB COND1TIONIN6 A BEATING BUY I SELL. THE" STftCHJT Imp.. paeturo. ,'onced. 3
i well's
We Finance Our Own: l WAY-AIL' ACROSS B .2 culverts:'$2500

: .' 4-WJ: KinBYS I "Newv' $ NEW INSTOllATIONS AMERICA! .Ac.. .w/Moblle
InstsllaUomafdellna v /au'IPOO' .SERVKE ON ALL MAKES 20; lLCRES .
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ROYALS ,. Bam w/4/ stalls and I..
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every 0". our Wants tills pant year ; ; ELECTHOLUX I Dl/U'rWI.er/ darkroom. $55,000.
KH/fant. havf. a 44f V.I
eeds thin. omplrtear( l PLTIVIPSUPPLY*" RATESWAYNE extra special ,..'.,..' Horn

JLt we some to IK" *clo o/onolMer. jeaf iand jbvffirt: ( ndavoror the i.w, I'COMMERCIAL : MB N.Tempi A**.. of Merit. 2 septic tank.

,Ida all Jabs bland, tog th...Fran. .:. Mf ; ; :COMPANY KiNNEY room. Fruit.tress' .
Irene FoOrknw.Susan !faurknor.'faul 1 "Faulkner" i : Young' ". . .,.,tt', STOUr.REALTY'. $...,000\ ,

Mike Caoney;Julie Griff Is..,HoroW...... Bob Matthew 1 W. __ II N 1 w AHCQMfl} .
MariaFolkenberg, low Young,'Jim..........Sandr Reddish' stMe 1917 YJpde: (M4)7I24ft1)
; ,", ".' McfHray,Loren Canon: Vernon Reddish.. 984-6918 A..; 1 964-3786 t1.COarO.At.e.sox.. ,Due Weber. As e Pet Lucille B Rod. ... ...,. J sJ TO-W4
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I Brooker resident fills up truck to make a point ,'j, ',", 't.' .''. ',6 ,,I' ,"

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BCT Surf Writer ,., t" .
Brooker resident Sue Davis ]just .' ;' ,' ,'
couldn't understand it. ; )
A frequent traveler oq Florida'interatate -
highway system,she said she ;,' .....
first noticed It when she drove into eelfLllSi! !
other states from the Sunshine State. .. Y r' ,
"The litter along the highways It's 1 r ;! rfr
terrible disgusting and ft I* mainly :
along the interstate highways,"Davis
says. "And.much as I hate to admit ,. ,
it. Florida has the worst litter along '
Its highways of all the. states I've ever
been In."
Davis was so upset on a recent trip r"
down 1-75 to visit relatives In Tampa '1'r
'e
she decided to slow her small pickup .r f
truck down and make a point along ( i'
the way, ,
,"I just Jumped out and started picking y .
up trash for about one mile along
1-75; Davis said. "People were passIng -. > cx
S
by looking at me like I was
something crazy escaped from an Institution s sta
or something but I was just
trying) to make a point. Some people l
y'
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even had the gall to throw stuff outright x tix ( ;
beside me as I walked along. I ; .
took all the stuff you see here bundled 4
it up In the truck and brought it : ; ,.
back here where I dumped It here In :: :
my backyard." _ rcts;1 I II
Davis said she "couldn't believe" I (
the variety of items people had T
.
discarded along the interstate. i ;r p From all of us, best wishes for '
"There were bottle and cans .of A
course but I never expected to find a Merry,Christmas. '
furniture couches-chairs bedsprings "
broken up tables,.In fact just
t about everything but the old proverbial Bradford-Union : :'4 'I
t kitchen sink. I'm still expecting ''' '
to see one of those any day now, ::
f Davis said. "I think some of the stuff Guidance Clinic_ Inc. ;
,
must fall off the tope of cars or off the Surrounded... I "
backs of trucks. Some people may go I
: back and decide to discard their items Brooker resident Sue Davis was so disgusted by the Davis thinks pnabouW be required to work off
: when they find them broken, but Utter alotfg Florida's Interstate highways she decided to 'some of theirterms, along the highways, picking up>> the
that's really no excuse.It's a situation make point by filling her truck up with just a sample of mess. i
f that's getting worse all the time." the Items to be found along the roadsides.
The Florida Department of .
Transportation hires workers to cleanup
1 the highways periodically but
: Davis says they are too few and over-
for what they do.She has another
solution. >
I'paid"We have so many able-bodied
prisoners locked up in jails in this lJP
state who could be out there working WRAP .. -
right now and at a lot less than the ,
I wages the DOT'S paying highway
workers right now. The highways t '
:,w a disgrace, but we don't need to pay
people$8-*io to|pick up trash."
5 r Hike i City State Representative
Wayne i Hollingsworth had the same
... Idea during the last legislative sea-

,sion.Hollingsworth year and the made idea was his approved proposallast Give your family a gift that :will last for]

t ins house subcommittee but failed to -
come up for a. vote before the whole
Video ,
house. years. Equipment. ., ,
"It's very much on the agenda for '
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session," commentedan $ '
legislative "
aloe to Hollingsworth speaking T I:=IICE ,'8 OD' y, 'BA ,','tT"j., \ .!)\ I" .' : . ......
from his Lake City office who decllnd ',.c "", \>ifflSwli!;: ;: ?.J! .
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we will think be brought it may up have again a this much year better and [ with. offices, (fn GdTiTesvLuS. ? Palptf and Lake City, f" "
chance of passing this year than it did
last time around. This Is an issue ,
correct many people on. in Florida think '11Io'.'.'. offer you the latest/In 'Vjdio; Equipment. 't" ,: >Y", .

lt and when the bill passes.It won't ,..oil "
be soon enough for Sue Davis, .
S "The roads are a disgrace and we ,
:A!I! say tourism Is one of our major In- We'offQf' al.t \
3 dustries" Davis says.'"We need to ;
ii clean up our act and give visitors a
sj better impression of our state." RCA Sel trafision'
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r isf.ther homeland was although with them he in was spirit physically in his- _:y ,. Star Wars I. The:Verdict Blue Thunder. ] '.\" ;.r-;

t( thousands ndmnBerrtl w- Until unas I ,to" The GOII'ath8r''AirPltine' "
f Angelina enjoyed the Fisher 515 with 8 function remote ,,f' .: HSuperman J .. .. ,
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J" Millie. Regular'price $::.599= ,' .f L"M.. '' '. '1 ffI!, + 4\\< 1 ,

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discovering the love they held for people .f..l..Jo.: : ,,' 'I "' -' !r, ,' ,' *1'- /a ;'>. > ,,'i, .J >, ''e'', "tj;I"(,"<<. ;" ," -" .T i w. I'
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now receive letters from Michele in (regular' M[V.!r..):..ra ,,r\4\ j i Vv,'j ,' \ '*',.I. u;\ .. \ ., j
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la limited to fairly simple sentences, ; 1yMembegship.We ? 'Special '
but he is progressing rapidly. I ,$49900 {a E f
Lorenzo plans trip to America In ,y"t : :'1,., '
June to return the visit that the sisters ,I : 525, SHOP'
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generations are really true.and Love thousands can reach of miles across Splitters ',,> f' Ku1.Members: : 'FuJi T;120 (rt>iir'Cjniy nk '1I5 apCr J

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.when several safari comPanies, in Africa started ri price war on r '.1". .,f. _.. .\\.11I; ).; .r ,. 'f.
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.to the.maII""ta. Crysbok;which 6e owe pf Africa'. tihatfltands
lllncliel high: Tony laid. "1wcord wanted to collect as many different t I !Y
'could for my m\llleW'n be added, '
Tony explained that be Is beginning! to sell many otthisZoo animals and r
':be needed these African anln\als to add to hIS coUeet1on.

', Wbilethere book Tony balled a real.prize" a Sable that made the w

I Gilyard explained that the R.oJ8tid-Ward '
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'Tony... "10 they finally had to establish some standard, and Roland. ,ard t" : r' E'
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length of borne is 42
Guard's Sable recorded AVU. Inch horns ''so he easily made the record
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trip It cave me the
I lee these animals first hand Tony said of his AfrIcan .fart. ".
slides while 1 was there but moat of r-y
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ciww-upi of eyes, nostrils, lips and shots for coloration of skin tones. "It
gave me the opportunity-to see the animals wild and in their own
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arranges production time schedule so he can; tell hlfl said'p
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when \ td habits and reinforceyour
their mount will be ready.r encourage you change your
"During hunting" season, we don't mount( a lot of animals'. We process. s.. willpower. Using techniques which, have a positive
coming, said -
Is"Right after hunting Tony.season ends, we start mounting, animals and- relaxing effect on your body, you'll feel less anxiety and .

have a production schedule we meet every month,"said Tony, adding i .become motivated to quit You'll be happy to get rid of .
game heads,he can produce 25 a month..'That Is why I can tell someone ,the smoking habit, ,-. '
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,,change. We have the standards a standard" way of dollll things and 1 don't take any abort : Classes meet January 4, 9, .11, 16, 18.1e 23, 1984;
Tony said,adding that be would rather be honest "
8:30 12 hours
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on a delivery date when they walk In the door. He says it :
'tainly. saves a lot of his time and a lot of hassles In the end.. ,Early fee: S75.OO;;At-the-door. : ,$80.00' ..
As soon as the animals come in, they are skinned and tanned- ,'Tony ', ', -
adding that during hunting season that la a good thing to be doing since - - - - - -
,process can stand lot of Interruptions.
'.When we get into the actual assembly the animals,then 1 don't like ; employee of Tony's Taxidermy says she .STOP SMOKING REGISTRATION.f
Interrupted because I feel It can be reflected In the finished product," and show her skill by skinning a deer head ,
,said.. Pease register rrwfor the Course 'listed\ below I undentond that It I do not pre-reguter
*'f! < and pay by 500p.m.' the weekday belota' the first class.I will hove to pay an a"lhe..doOf|
< "'. shelf. "We clean the skull and then it registration fee. I also! undentond that once the close bogmt, !the registration. tee
j do w" Exotic Animal Forms .. ."., ,. ; / >, on the "
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?Getting forms for some of Tony's exotlO'Bhimal projects can/be i come"up' with the right. size- and the right" fit. become, non-refundable.', ...,:' '"......;.....\. ",'..'.". .. '
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vof a problem one In which Tony often finds himself sculpturing his own. gets ; Name .v ;
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'"I/I can buy one that is suitabUi. !'for what t.want, ttoen that is the most lti).Tony explained, you make a fiberglass ,'..,. :
tical way to Mid Tony, '. -.,-,. '.1".t\\ .' have.. the. mold.you can repeat that form. Address \
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the right size or anywhere near! the right pose," satda'1'ori y {(you really want to be a versatile,all j'6I. h ne :" ,
>' nne very first African safari I.did, they had everything??laid Tony." ] <<\ Just lomewhere along the line you learn to ". 'Ai' ,.ran I .I '/,! I L h. r. )' '
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,had elephant ivory wanted, 4 F ..
they capped and chained, they had elephant .Method of PoYl'enl: 'f: .-:.!.----- r
that they wanted made into maps of Africa elephant tOOtitoola" an' ; you know how little you really know about ., ,' \'jf Signature for charge cdrds.
mouth shoulder mount hippopotamus, Cape Buffalo'' ". ; ; 18 a.4lsclpline that teaches you slot about PersonaGheck c;: \ : '. ,. .
.' "One had female .bacr.and look at these with i :.;.
; guy a lion.he,wanted killing a bush bUck. Tony things an eye '
''''Nobody mounts female lions everyone mounts male lions.".. : most taxidermists don't do.'."' ..,,_4; Masterccjrq r No..a, \ ; ,? ... exp. Date., -,-1
:Nobody bad a form for a-bush buck being killed, so when1.1 got into ::.i ;yau<< meet In the taxidermist business to- J_ Visa .' '' ;;: ExpD'Oe. ", _
: finally around that first safari,J figured I could handle anything they .,.about.. animals. "They've learned a little Nq. '." 1 '
In with," Gilyard added L, r' '' \ \ "When I can't find amannlquln then we!start with the animal's skull," rmist -" Bradford Hospital Inc. :_
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Before,; January .1,198aCongross's .

( $ b(?o.N) of tempt to'aid the auto,industry: provides t l an additional ;'

t ,,.incentive for car buyers. The hew tax !law:allows a deduction: '

on 'your 1983 tax 'return for'25% of the cost.of business'tarbought': "I

'.I.>- !any time, .during 1 1983. Yo4/ can deduct another. 38%: of:the. ':cjisf Pri ,
'I' .'1 ":. ( 1984 and, the remaining 37f'%, m' 1985. ,Unli e'. prevlou;rules, the.

'"\; ," usefullifeof the car' is Im cHerlQI.. ". : '..:', : '

t Episcopal Baazar.: > Assume for example,.that in,,December: ;. 1983; ,, you buy, .a)car r.-. .;

', & t R at There' the Episcopal was something Baaiar for Saturday everyone,, truck for,$20,000r; in. .accordance with'past practice, you' expect!tot .
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3 A over Shop of Items Trenton.made., at Jay's .Leather. 't. When you file your 1983 tax return, 'you,can take an immediate, ,

Left-A at this display of fine woodwork setup /- deductlolHor: up 'o.$5OOO'on; the cost: ,of the'.car,! !take.depreciation." .
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specialties woodwork. Is \Using mirrors In,the ((4% off the cost, $20,000, 'less' .immediate ;wHte-bff J ? ;, .$5,000)). ; ,

:;' However t'there are, .'several 'alternatives, so' refer; to?;you i.tax. advisor ;:

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than.$10,000 k; 183 may'bXlhevlast: Yfar'jq: : pUrC Qse..q.luxurycar :

,. Six FSP Inmates Pled. .Guilty: in .Court. ; ,ortrlTck and.,receive t these f fdx deductions : ,_' : _!.\:' :-W'/-. \ :: '; '"""\,tjjjj .: >

I PI'Ied 1I1f'+ years!ill )ih'iJ l: : : '1nW1&l"! ; -,3uiJt+FiFht }1it13 hJ AMiTaniiiliMi. ] Mt ." .'::" : !fr.;ut t ii;; nih t 5i i
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Circuit Court before Judge George H. Inmate in possessio of contraband.* Castro Jesus Flores charged with : 'Itr.:
Pierce. weapon was sentenced to two years.John inmate in possession of a weapon was 964-7200; Starke 377-1096 ''Galnesv.7354
Scheduled for trial this week the six W. Eddlngs charged with aggravated sentenced to additional 20 month, : ;; -3$33 .-
inmates pled guilty to the charges on battery and inmate in Assistant State Attorney/Jay/ Goaf .ASK fOR BYRON:TEHWH.LE6AK .. I ., ..
Monday and were sentenced by Judge possession of a weapon was sentencedto tarek represented the state in all of ,
Pierce. two yean.Alexander. the cases. The inmates' were., I
Herman Wallace charged with aggravated J. Harden charged with by Assistant /Public; I
battery and inmate in inmate in possession of contraband,a. Defenders Glenn Weiss RicfL"
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about skin preparation and some depend entirely on form companies to better way can come along and t don't want it to pass me by because t ; 1
them the mannequin" ; too busy or uninterested,," Tony sdde .*"' 11\' "' :
'The Wont thing about this,Is when you get form from one of these : ) J :
ap.tes.you. dont: 1 'be added 110 Tony thinks,I( at the Trade.. NOW AVAILABLE
ly b4thOOv. the taxidetokngW'and' atud1.hla .ubject. ,. ) compares the grade of taxidermist work as one might compare a Ford
ofthaatIIthe tou. t ttlil'S t t aaidermy'saidTony of the Cadllac, depending on the individual customer's needs or wants. For Your Home Entertainment .
; '1 m stln learni1la..bot t taxidermy But fro hot learning don't think we as taxidermists should all become master taxidermists 1
a.mucI now about the technigt *k ;?am learning more and more about everything we mount a work of art.And then tell the public there is ,
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"There are all those little edI*&nqa.lea that make raccoon. look !,"Tony said. i' .............
raccoon and a bob cat loot like .,; bIt Jkcat," Tony)says. only thing I object to Is Butt tell the public that a$100 deer Head is .T.'HCD'ann :
Unfortunately,Tony adrnltted."P.are many taxidermists that go into as a $300 deer head. Isn't a taxidermist problem that is an
business with the Idea Just to make money; and as soon as they reach problem, he added. "As long as you are honest about your product
plateau, they Just stay there, nqt,ucblna goals. there is room for $100 deer heads on up."
.Moat of the real good tats that I have In my lifetime, t .
mon Interested In taxlder-" r lbU In malting money,"Tqny.ald. "Now Animal on Display -
misunderstand me I'm 'Interested In making money.This Is the only ',Taxidermy Museum contains aroung 1,500 subjects and It is open to
have But I first started; weekday-, 1
out very Interested in taxidermy. When I every
Plans to go Into law,it wasn't because I thought>I could. make more teems to ataballze at about that because I can't get anymore in here," ,
it, It was because it was what I wanted to do" Tony,,"and I am not going to build another building." v
Now I've finally arrived at the point where I have the best.of both plans to rotate some of his animals'by putting them on display in a
I'm making good living and doing what I want to do. And it took mole Carolina\ museum. '' ',: ',.'. i
to net here. Guess that's what you call paying'your duea,"', "' ,: ; will allow me to continue to'mOWlt things and have a place to put
Tooyaay.be continues ttia be 9ptalrtninded In respect to technique ettec"A. I don't need anymore for advertising I don't need anymore for prac-
questioning what he doom<< 4il neyS'J' trytept tM fact that, ,this III absolutely, :I don't need anymore except that it is just compluslve with me. I can't
best way to do something.' myself," he said of his love of his. profession.iewsBriefs' .
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ting 'is a first-degree 31 after be allegedly pulled a i working as assistant city
Worthington Man! punishable by up to$1,000 or on Union County, Sheriff 'John',*::.- prosecutor for Gainesville before the Over 1,000'more titles available
Arrested<<: .for: Assault hi jail. during an; argument ln municipal court was abolished. He
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->+*' also has served as city attorney for
Wayne Feuston-of Worihington Spr- Is married to '7 former.,..,.Trenton and assistant city attorney
Ingtt"was, arrested .on ,Oec. 4 and Reiman Appointed resident Jamie McMurtrle."; for Newberry.He .
charged with aggravated assault with Union have three children and live In'' was one of four candidates
a deadly weapon when he alledgedly County Judge but will more to'Union recommended to the governor by the 332 W. Madison u Starke. 9647701r
threatened his wife, Joan. Feuston, 'David ,LeRoy. Relman bad before he takes offices as Is 8th Judicial Circuit Nominating commission -
with a 13 gauge shotgun after she used' selected as the next Union in the beginning of
profanity in addressing him,, acCord -, December.The .
judge, Gov< Bob Graham a attorney general-law prac
dlte sent officer D.I. Blom. Monday: ReIman, a Elmhurst, Ill native, other candidates recommended -
S was $3,000 and Feu ton Relman;:37,will take office from the University of' to the governor' by'were David
Is currently' to jail in Union County. 'His term will expire in January Law school 1972. Following Giant, 34, of Gainesville; Gary
',';e,, ''" He will succeed Union County graduation, Reiman 'joined a Grader, 33, of High Springs; and
L$\::Woman Arrested' Hobby Lox KirbVj,who! resigned law firm, where his duties Eugene Shaw, 48, ofStarke.

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Phyllis Ann.Ward of Lake Butler, -'
was arrested on Dec. 19 on charges of
burglary! of a dwelling;' grand theft *-j >< f- __- --
and dealing or traff icing In stolen pro- 7r .V. O- ; .
pert) -after she alledgedly-broke Into' *, .j *i &
the borne of Carl Lama ;line in Lake .tZ4
Butler;stole a television set and later1sold '
the set to Mrs Linda Clark aci /
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Mrs>Ward said that she purchased
the television set herself for $40( from' I
all -unknOwn white male, near her
home-on Dec.. 11 and then sold'it to fc--
Mr; Clark for $60 on Dec. 12, accor- *-**!I
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been!'! released. '' on .her own
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.Waldo Flea Market

congestion near the Waldo Vi ( MARL JACK80H +a
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'that area motivated the plans to 964407*

widen turn lanes the on roadway each side adding and providinga outside ILL_ _I'' "Stmfc.'1.......I,... sus'/l..dolwZ Im '

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LB councilmanarr.st > .: Junior_ Htrring James Bassett, .
d for fire hunting MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU FROM ALL OF US AT JACKSON'S' :

'& clii "James Wbitehead J. '

will tried In January> hunting deer In Union,Countyi accpr-; ''v'* I the stockholders officers.directors employees of Jackson Building Supply.
'dint to Istan'Wbitebeadwa. State;Attpftv.Itor.v I would like to thank you,all for your support of us. We realize that without rGY *
rUToWn.' .. ; ..iif) b, 'Kastghdr9' 4 f you and more ''lIIportsnt1YJ't',without the Grace and Mercy of Almighty God we could w
\4' air i.1 ;t( ? not exist as a business or even as Individuals. Because you have been so good I M M"t
day after! Fish and Game CbmmledOflL,,'" '' to us and likewise God has been.., we feel that we need to share with you whatwe. ?, a fc..a dI' B B ti _,
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officers In* I believe Christmas. Is al :;'about, ,
p$rt, sjpotted him shining alight to'",: I w '
from a truck window, according, Christmas Is' Surely';;. time of giving,: IS,is evidenced by the giving or i'i yr.vf
to ComwHslon Lt. Dewey Weaver! r exchanging of many gifts. 'When we think about Christmas< giving'we need to .
Fife slating Is an Illegal method bye \ 4' ,remember. "For God so loved the world that he'gave his only begotten Son. that
"'-i!! >* hunter hypnotizes tt deer by' whosoever belleveth on h1 T should not perish buTTiave everlasting life," Bj W.B.McWnney Tim Jones
;..s ,':light in Its eyes., Fire hurt Brian SitMn Gitg MvamzJa '(John 3:16). God gave that we might believeon, His Son and have a place in

\\ltt.Fl.I, .:,? !,.,1J-'It!', -:1 1R Heaven, However, if we )reject what He gav .we' have a place In Hall.

Y Christmas must needs be a time for receiving, for no one can give i gift wu
'unless It-Is'received. $The( Bible says'that the Gift God gave---His SOn, Jesus-. M
A ,"came unto'his own. and Ms own received him not.' But as many as received him, "' ;
to them gave he power to become the sons of God. evan to them that believe on
i1Hi MS.name?, Which, ware born not .of blood'nor; of the'! will of the flesh nor of =' r '
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} .,thq!,,will_ of !man' ,' puts .of God." (John Ullr 31; 'r v y

i h '', ChrUtnaJ'ls'is a t1mi" .'pp1nass.as'ev1denced: 'bn, the face of many. RlflrUrl9LHi[ i ['3t "" '
ii 'Happiness depends happenings and can be. hort11v d to gain real Joy and- H lT lW l 1
i Peace this Christmas* wilt not right now receive the greatest gift ever given. qJBJy > .A. *
: Fri.. thm Thurs. 'z '' F' JheLorcl, Jesus/ Christ? Jesus loves 'us and invites' us to receive believe Jesus In Him.Christ.as If. SHI

I', 'you have' not made this youthaveuJustunowrreceiv d Him..you can.know the : Inman Green
personal'Savior."If
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=r v Frvir' MHMSInimr real Joy of.Christmasforthe first time: for' those of us who already know

I Him-"may' we.b!II.4r.wn'; to"a. closer walk this Christmas.. .

a l EJEDI ,We-. thank'Bod for the opportunity He' has given us to serve your' building. .BT3> >Z I
'supply 'and hardware needs- -wr also, thank Him for. allowing us to shire Jesus
NTU11Yyt"apx5a.MS Christ!:, wltlKypu.> -aftef all -without Christ there_ would be no Christmas i dT ,
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