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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The worst cold wave In U.S. history knock damage Wednesday afternoon; reporting 75 this urea and caused tale\ : thriving citrus In to keep their customers warm. The sudden torch to keep one of three pumps warm, but
1id out Bradford County's ripening crop of ear* percent kill of greens. south '.cold: wave caught may people by surprise, the other two froze and split.That way then he
ly strawberries and may have inflicted permanent "It's the worst damage to strawberries I'vepeen Besides damage to strawberries, all winter with insufficient supplies of fuel on hand. had one pump working when the power came
damage on plants still in the tender : In 20 tears,"'Taylor says. greens, including mustard, turnips, broccoli 200 .or more calls from homes and on and could carry water to his animals by
budding-out stage. Camp Branding reported the lowest official 'cauliflower, ,and cabbage were severly businesses wanting water cutoffs hand buckets.
,No deaths have been attributed,to the two 'readings in this area with 10 degrees Sunday :damaged: if not lost entirely. Pasture grasses began' to' thaw and water afteCPI E.W. Hodges went to his hardware store
day of sustained freezing weather. In which morning. and Monday. WPXE Radio in were 'burned""'and wilt force cattlemen to from the breaks were reported about 10 a,m. Monday to give veterinarianDoc
's temperatures dipped ,into the teens, ,and Stark recorded a loW of 14 degrees Sunday (etep up supplemental feeding programs; Does,Starke utilities director. Camp Blan- Mullins a pressure switch for his pump.
stayed In the 20's. But area homeowners are and '15 Monday although official 'thermometers .Crop'-damage, was>especially severe ding reported burst water pipes Customers began coming in and Hodges
battling! water from the In outlying variously'' because the warm fall bad left crops unconditioned '"everywhere" with at least two residences couldn't get away until 8:30 p m. and sold 26
f cold, ',ana plumbers., andhplumbing supply reported( readings from 8 to areas for the prolonged freeze, said County' without water au day Christmas.One gate valves, 38 cans of PLVC cement 96 PVC
t stores\ are racking up the sale, ,A second assault of cold it predicted for the Agent Bobby Taylorr <**' Starke resident in a heatless home badto pipe couplings used to fix breaks in the line
:-,: Dispirited strawberry growers'.*.y ltlulptt'} coming weekend with lows,back In the teens Frozen water pipes pumps, and empty send her turkey to a neighbor's house to be and 30 propane cylinders for torches.
,is stiU too soon for:accurate assessment of Friday" and Saturday,following a brief warm- fuel oil tank ana Utfcas cylinders meant, thawed out for Christmas dinner
damages,' it would be March before berries, 'up Wednesday which brought! clouds and rain.' ,disrupted ,holidays 'ttf" many suppliers. Another housewife reported her home was "I've never had so many $3 sales In one
"('could stage a comback, and some of the coldf -' ,',Sunday"'low of 14 was the coldest, Sawyer-Slade Gas kept a full crew working all still out of water Wednesday. "Every time the said.
'bard plants may actually be killed in the pro .Christmas: Day,'on record, although hard day Saturday and Sunday'and two men on water is turned on another break shows up." Plumbers reported their busiest weekend
', longed freeze that lasted, for an,unbroken 41 Vihours. freezes In the winters of 1886' 1895, and 1899: Christmas Day* tryingto meet the demand. When the power went off In the Hellbron with hundreds of calls Sunday and Monday.
may have'brouRht equal or slightly colder; companies! "'Jrt' working on' area for five hours during the freeze Azalea plants looked singed by the cold and
j County; :.Agent ) Bobby Taylor. Surveyed( temperatures,which. killed, orange groves I'h in; ,Christmas.. and Mondty, holidays in an effort ,horseman Art Shultt i reported using a blow few buds were left to bloom this spring.
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,k The way was opened Tuesday night;; ,proposes to sell it to Ashton M.
j p a'ikc Dec. 27, for, construction of a 10,000'' Prescott;of,Strawberry Acres, contingent -,
4' square foot prefab steel building on upon the rezonlng. The property -
US-301 north of. Starke .for, the has 1,240.feet fronting on
I manufacture, assembly and.testing of US-301,
l Ultrallte aircraft. Prescott said he proposes to'start .,
I Although lacking a quorum, three, construction of the building March =
members of the County Zoning Board or and hoped to be in Production _.
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I approved the zoning request. Chairman by He said according to pr.- ::-
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:member would be polled by telephone around 20 employees with an ultimate
1 ,,1"I.( ti Im'+ i7L,'R i d rI before reporting the board's recommendation 'goal of around 66c His plans also include -

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The request for resoning 37 acres on craft.He said thief would be the only
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l' 44' '' By Mark Frledlln BCT Staff Writer
if BSI'' Ultra-light aircraft have caught on in a big way since some nameless
Inventor out in California first attached a motor to a common hang glider
.w sV and decided he didn't need the wind any longer. .
Ashton Prescott and his wife Margo first started their Grass-Strip
Ultralight Inc. dealership over four years ago when the couple decided it
/ was a sport that could be popular In Florida with the right promotion."It .
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m f remarked Prescott during an interview for an earlier story. "The climate
here is right and this area in particular is very suitable for sport flying.
fii ,The parent company the Prescotts represent is based In Mesa Arizona.
;\. ,! Last year the couple received a unique opportunity when the company
gave them its permission to hire a professional film crew from WTLV in
Jacksonville to film a commercial for national distribution.The .
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'" ", .. i Ii; Cbotu: by>> Larry Oglesby) Ashton engaged in an activity many local residents see when they look
skyward on weekends -Ashton sailing along just over the treetops as he \
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+Il", :sprinkler'to create icielee on, swing\ : set. ,,j'\t r for a somewhat white Christmas;,i J publicity Ashton says. "We think we can do even better once we have a
:.p i + t'!7n'+'"' ."+ This letting Is otDebr*,Street in Green Acres,,, permanent base established. It will be good business for the city as well."
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';4 .' Floyd Settles*:new hardware storeI -">..: even a selectiou'of gifts. lib. store in had started'to'put things together for supplIes., There to now some 10,000 reduce his merchandise periodicallyto employees are Dickie Derkman and
I I* open on US-301 south in Starke andconstruction :which a woman,would be, likely to: -the, hardware..tore.1 1 items in the store, and more is com move it and be able to renew for the Barney Egger.
1'1'i' of a new' Norman's: shop : Backed by 14 years with Woolworthand ing.1Business coming season. Hardware Is a steady
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...' i Market grocery store.has started.up "I'm tickled to death. f can'see it nearly IS with TG'fY manager I In better than Settles expected. ,stable item. New Norman's Produce...
3 ..{ ,beside it.: growing everyday," says the former of the Starke stare when it opened and amend businessmanmakes The new hardware store has five LM. and Sandra Norman are
1I1 't' The two'new commercial: 'lenturUI manager of TGiY here. 1'i as'a district .manager Settles project onsg the hardware employees now, plus Settles and wife, building a new 4-cash register
I i p" 'represent a commercial investment" ,\ Soon ''to be added la as, nursery,/ presented .a 'detailed plan to the store: baa ,exceeded his expectations Vada. On his own for the first, time grocery store, to be called Norman's
I approaching >$*)o,0oo: Both' are: ;opwftted by Dolly Simpson who also \,Florida Bank at Starke. Bank President Settles explains.After opening Dec.2, Settle said this Christmas shopping Market, adjacent to the new hardware
,fr financed at the Florida National Bank: 'takes) care: of,the,plants Inside. the 'J.E. Totnlinson took several and with., business daily season was his most relaxed ever. store on US-301 south.
at Starke.' ?,,, : -,_ More.:The plants sold like, hotcakea ,daya,'to'' examine Settles package, Settles said he wouldn't be surprisedto Mrs. Settles,' while not working full Completion la expected around
,Settles who ha*nearly 38 year* of' the Christmas rush! .The gift then bought, the businessman. ex see.the new store begin turning/ a .time will be in the store most days March 1. The store will carry fresh
I retail selling experience, has opened'it sss ;" which was the idea of wlW, 1 plains. .-_ profit by March. and will fill in wherever necessary meats,natural foods a larger varietyof
',,i '10,000 square foot True Value Hard, : ,also did very' welt during the Settles decided on the SOI south site ( Why hardware doesn't go out of when an employee is off. seafood, and a complete. line of pro
d, ware Store. There is 8,000 square feet Christmas, shopping seaon.! ,Settles when contractor-Jerry Ely bought the style and It is>a. necessity Settles, ;Barbara Manning, who Settles duce.
J fr Ii inside the store, and 2,000 square feet says property ffejn the'Stern Estate..Ely points out Holding up a paint brush 'recruited from TG&Y, lain charge of The Normans will close their pre-1
.tlf! ; outside but still under the roof. An equipment'' rental laeetioo is 1 also} buUt the building And la leasing it to the .retailer noted the" paint brush advertising and housewares. Ricky sent produce and seafood market at
r Settle* has a wide variety of all ,i iw the near ... 'Settles. ,.. '- -' 7" won't be out of style next month if it Wolf recruited from Contractor's'Supply ,North Temple Ave. and Washington '
'types of hardware little lumber a Siiresign from',future.Sept. k' It took Settles live days; with a l large doesn't sell this month in Gainesville, 'will managethe Street and move to the new building

.,tIood' supply, of plumbing. supplies, ,and 18,198aandby the first April 18,0,3 I Catalog' to,order.)!**.:basic hardware A. .,clothier, on the other band, mustr. store in Settles absence. Other with an expanded operation.

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Pare 2A TELEGRAPH December 29. 1983
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I Diann Douglas Fills Home Extension, Agent/Duties for Bradford,;and UnionDiann I

'she think the wbolo' 'philosophy of adjust to Ute changes= mci'" are going'
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one of her first Interviews says. "
Douglas has taken a new Taylor, .then Interviewed five can- Is help help through.
up several the, plans,to economics, to people
challenge ,>as ,,the ,b4m!::;xtensiqn,:,: didates. :Miss Douglas Interviewedwith northern Diann chose end of the state places that over seemed senior" ," Miss Douglas says. Her assignment! Includes time In spending home
such committees, then 69 of her
BradforcI"and Union feel percent
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agent counties cook and sew.
,and hopes to expand the role into chose Bradford County. Taylor was desire desirable to get and to in the keepingiwith grass-roots;':) ) her of '.Her much don't Just more and have much economics 15 percent in .H,, and the 20
In UnIon. County doing
all phases of home management for percent
and Bradford was nutrition to offer.
home economics to take the
her In the same things. She plans
the entire family. Except for trouble, Douglas defines role
such
There is less enthusiasm In Brad- one county. of families same programs to both counties.
desirable housing Miss Senior ) as one helping
ford County for the services provided finding Douglas finds Bradford to her.,liking, 1"r/ .. Individuals from all class struc "I'm,"looking forward to workinghere. ,' '
by the home extension which changing society.
agent a
has surprised the urban oriented she says. for the cope with nor In Miami and raised la Fort
Since starting as home economist in Lauderdale, Diann, 29, Is the
home economics but has not to4ear all to
agent September Miss Douglas has spent be used try our programs daughter of. Mr. 'and Mrs. ;..ichardDouglas
her all economic levels and all
dampened spirit. much of her time meeting with the grains of Plantation. ,
"I m very enthused about the job home economics advisory committees and n levels. _
and the possibilities...," Miss Douglas of both Bradford and Union coun- ,- & \ 1 feel that we at Extension can get
said Tuesday Dec. 20, after nearly ties to learn some of the major con- home : to people so they can use I THI nAO'ORrr :
three months on the job. Information to help themselves
cerns of the area; .'.*/fJ cooking, : COUNTY TELEGRAPH,
Majoring in clothing and textile at 'c" '" /' ,,
Florida State University,working six Published! .v.ry Thursday
years for Vogue clothing stores in Christmas Holiday Fire Destroys Home in HamptonFires fit 139 W. Call trt
Jacksonville, then returning to FSUto I
earn a master's degree in home caused damage ,'I In four walked.to,a.Belghbor's house to get Other minor fires kept firefighters Stark,,Florida 32091
economics education, Miss Douglashas buildings and destroyed the home of a water.;.Wben..th. ,returned, the.house,' ,busy ,One fire on SR-223 was ignited Second Class
successfully switched careers. rl Bradford County woman over the was 1ft"flftxteBWaccording to a during attempts,to keep water pipes postage paid at
Working In retailing at Vogue Christmas holiday. as residents spokesman for the Bradford Couhnty from freezing, a house In Pleasant Stark"FlorIdaSubscrlptlon"Rot.s
'"...didn't really deal with the basic struggled" with subfreezing Sheriff's Offlcr;,Even: her Christmas' Grove received minor,damage from
philosophy of home economics," temperatures' \ gifts wer*';.destroyed in the fire. sparks from an outside fire;,a carpetwas :
Diann says.Completing. A house In Hampton was destroyed Durham, whose husband died recently ignited from sparks ,from a ,Intradarea: $10.00 per year.
her master's Miss Sunday; leaving Bernice Durbam Is now staying: with relatives. fireplace in a house on $ft l0 and an $5.50 six month ,
Douglas applied for work with the with only the clothes she was,wearingand Anotheft.fit-4 apparently starting electric heater In an office trailer on
Florida Extension Service,part of the her handbag. from a wOod healer damagedtwo SR-100 Ignited furniture, Outside area: $11 :per; '
Institute of Food and Agricultural Durham had returned fromGeorgia 1Wmi-anatma8 night at the There were no reported fires! 'within, year
Sciences IFAS) at the University of to find her water pipes home of B.(CVHbltzendort,Jr. on Ed- the Starke, city limits. $o.OO six monthsJUST
Florida. An IFAS committee screened frozen. She started a fire 'In the wards' L&dpV;:,according! to volunteer -".
applicants for qualifications.There woodstove, turned on some lights and fire department reports. I
were 12 positions open

statewide.An Extension. Service Committee, Diann Douglas Happy Nevi Year!

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Mike .Coo. }. ey. .is New Chamber Executive I

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il'II' Chamber of. Commerce! 'tifficalsb) *::i: A graduate of Bradford High tions has been proven in experience
Wednesday'announced: the hiring of+'School t Cooney!hall Uved in the county .as a sideman and photographer. '
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Michael B.',Cooney off Starke as new,!, 12 years His resume listed
director. previous employment with Cooney will officially begin duties
i tT Longchamp Enterprises Janet Starling Jan. 9, but said he would.be visiting
Co ney. 25, presently sells real" Realty and Cu81gan' Water Condiitfoning the office next week.
"LI' \ bstate for ERA Faulkner Realty. He of SUrke.
Chamber officials decided
to bring
replaces Bill Wilson.'who served as
:\\I executive director of the Chamber for ,/; Duties of the Chamber director Include in "new blood"BUI Wilson in November.Current
m. was approached
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eight coordinating the fair
years. county Dallas
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and L.M. Gaines to resign so that a
The 6 :.merce activities, attracting' xi?a1f!
announcement came about change could be made. Wilson refused -
tr ,. p.m. Wednesday,.Dec 28, from the ,v?business and Industry to the area,'and to resign. He uses the term
general
Wilson personnel committee, i which wale:. public relations activities fort "released from duties" and said he
Board.
Bradley Honored Fair ..
/..!( ; by > assigned to screen applicant for the," t community. would the position leave Jan.l. f
Bill Wilson, outgoing executive director of the Chamber of Commerce end position. Committee members includ-itt itf;i ;. ,
John Bradley; long-Ume member of the Fair Association Board of Director ed J.E. Tomlinson, RichardWelty. <\!; Cooney said in his application that Steps were then taken to find a new
and treasurer, have been honored and presented plaque for their service. L.M. Gaines, John Bradley, antiRoger : .his ability to successfully: work with executive director who would give the Mike CooneyNew
.Making the presentation to Bradley, left,and Wilson.1gb" I* Fair Association Jones. an1 S,.- the public undera, variety of condi- Chamber"new image." Chamber Exec
President Ray Norman.The presentation were made at a Wednesay luncheon L >
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Bradley. who I* moving to St.Petersburg to manage a large Fleet Finance .,' T
office has been a member of the fair board since 1171. Wilson has been JAN ..
''Chamber year manager, and thus manager of the C'ounty'rair, for the past! !nine t t"i Of :". .., : Join Us For/The '"

Purpose of the luncheon according to Norma., was "...to honor and Show ,I'I'r 1' *
appreciation to two of our board members who are going to be leaving us." i .", 'New Year's *
Norman expressed appreciation to both saying both men have done a fine Job _, .", I *
for the Fair Association.. Norman added the Bradford County FAIr is one of ," .'..... .
the best In Florida... "that's not bragging It I* simply a fact.- . "'i Executive board member attending the luncheon Included County Agent I I
Bobby Taylor and County Executive Director of,the ASCS Warren Carver. "r', /
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'a total of 223,00u,followed by the new N"'EW' I
Jax Liquors store, also on South 301 ,(K' 801 N. Temple Avenue
for $219 $00;. and the permit on thefoundatl'OB .
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Hospital building, $34,800. YEAR.
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Presidential War-making Powers \ Sunday\};' 14-degree low may
Christmas
coyest
have been the Christmas on recordin '
Starke, but It still feU short of the .:
Need Reconsideration 11-degre low reading here on December J A"V
30. mi(and the 13de in February Record Y
1895, during killer freeze that wiped out on; ,

the orange grove In this North Central < .,. ': '
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James J. Kirkpatrick, the of 15 years ago will be area of Florida. '.,"1'.' '\,-i $.,..
recalled ;,r",',>I' ,':'f.
Washington .columnist, commentator Kirkpatrick declares. Such freezing temperatures are nothing '\ .

and TV panelist; Is a great admirer of Vietnam was also one of the 'new to this part of Florida visited'' the One state' of the in '."1-1?(wf. .'... Florida's't Largest**' "
earliest killer-freeze -
President Reagan. Like Reagan, he is a "undeclared wars" that have started as ,
the Seminole Indian War days of 1835 and I I..M-I" Orange Tree: <'
hard-line conservative,'more of a hawk so-called "police.actions", "advisory brought a'warning to the Spaniard who, I Froze in 1899--'' .('" '

than a dove, and agrees with most of groups," "rescue missions or such had planted citrus groves from seeds At Fort Harllee '" :, r
Reagan's ideology. other military euphemisms. Another brought from their mother country while "
the ;3ag of Spain still flew over the territory "
But now Mr. Kirkpatrick says, commentator, Hodding Carter III, says of Florida. '

"There is a time to keep silent, and a that under the War Powers Act qur Florida Joined the Union l In:;1843: ,;,i .' '," ,
time to speak. Some of us who generally government, has often opted ,whateveraPfroach Everyone seemed to forget about" the wan // '"

support the President have kept silent seemed expedient at the time, ring of ten years before, and citrus- J I, ..1 II" I ,

long enough. It is time to speak on the one that the Constitution growing again became a flourishing Industry ;, 'l .r"f' .",-- .

matter of our Marines in Lebanon. It is would seem to require. "With that as a *Several decades passed cola with but no1 in .'' .F -. .; '.,< > \
setback from the ,
time to get out."* background the War Powers Act, the.devastating second week of January 1886 Jack According to',Information received' by' When spring finally came and the coun- ,
rather than being the impediment! to ex- In several old turned the dead citrus
chain of events that got Frost returned with a vengeance. There The Telegraph letters manY'years tryslde again green
Reviewing the ecutive action that several Presidents was snow In Tampa and Ice skating as far ago after the tree was killed in 1886' trees stood bleak against the sky. A few of !
us involved in a war that is largely a have decried, should be seen as what it south as Orlando. In Cedar Key the mercury it was dug up and exhibited at the' .Chicago them survived to bear fruit again but to
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mixture of religion and politics, is congressional endorsementof remained below freezing (of three ,Exposition. '., -" reestablish the groves would'mean yearsof

Kirkpatrick says;\: 'When the Marines implicit presidential war-making..it has days, and the struggling little, town- of' Eight years,later, disaster this time waiting working, and half starving' in
were dispatched to Beirut 15 months vehicle = Starke,just recovering from the hardships' much worse was to strike again at the the process.
it seemed a useful idea. They were largely served as an after-the-fact of the'Reconstruction devastating the citrus industry of this area. On Christmas A state agriculture 1881
ago, neutral but powerful for Congress to give assent to actions Civil Wari was struck a blow. morning of,1894 the temperature waft at a aid there were 10 000 bearing orange.
to provide a it lacked the. will to oppose in With things getting back to normal after Comfortable 55 degrees and Starke trees hi Bradford County' at that time,, >
presence while the Israeli and Syrian meaningful ways when it mattered.". the war,, many well-to-do northernerscame families enjoyed their usual Christmas 200,000 more in position, but riot yet bearing -
troops withdrew from Lebanon., to the Sunshine State and invested festivities. But three days later The ,and several hundred thousand nursery t
Thereafter, they were to assist in main- Carter believes this has resulted in their money in citrus groves In the hopes of Telegraph carried stories of a great bliz- stock. 'A

taining order while a viable government the U.S., during the latter half of!the multiplying their fortunes.This North Cen- zard threatening the East with readings as Hundreds of growers sold their land or) no

would begin to function under Lebanon 20th Century, being engaged in an tral area of Florida was soon dotted with low as'20 below zero. The morning of lost'it to' taxes and went back north tar III i)
almost permanent state of-undeclared) flourishing groves In the days betore the December 29 saw the mercury down to 8 in disgust. Others turned to new crops such -/laa
President
Gemayel. Columbia S.C. and the blast of arctic air
Florida citrus industrywas ,
marked outbreaks of South and Central strawberries, for a meagre existence. is
Now, Mr. Kirkpatrick points out, the war by regular developed. There were more' than swept on into Florida with the mercury Some growers cut down their'trees for rti
Israelis, have withdrawn, the Syrians sustained fighting and occasional 8,000 orange and grapefruit trees within skidding to all-time lows 14 degrees in firewood only to find that some of them 3
ceasefires."If limits of Starke and Starke Gainesville; and Jacksonville; IS
uneasy the corporate ; 'were still green and might have lived If left
have remained, and the fratricidal thousands more of nursery stock ready tot' in Daytona and 21 'in St. Petersburg. '
In the ground. m
jealousy of Lebanon's own warring fac- Congressional war-making is nowa .setting ", There was frost at Key West, and a man '
tions has prevented the stabilization dead letter, let the Constitution ,be ? froze to to'death in take City. 'But the straw that broke the back of the.' 81
frozen solid the
Many oranges were on in this area was to come
citrus
Reagan hoped to attain. amended to reflect it, so that at least we ,morning of January 12, 1886 but a slow1 The freeze arrived at a lime when muchof four years Industry later on Valentlne'l Day in *

cannot be removed by can maintain the pretense that,we,live and gentle rain minimized the damage end the orange crop still hung on the trees. 1899 when Jack Frost made a final 19th \S
"If the Syrians better off than Fruit lay rotting, often a foot deep under '
much they
be in a nation governed by law, Carter left the groves Century assault on this area.
surely they cannot the trees.But there followed several weeks
diplomacy, first appeared. Only the very young'and
removed by force -' not, at least, by a declares. If a continuous ..state'.ofundeclared : /; those, in bud had suffered Irreparable of unseasonable warmth and newspapers On. February' 13, Jacksonville papers
force of 1 460 U.S. Marines," war by presidential, rather damage.. reported that damage was not as bad as reported that a sleet storm had reached
declares. lived than' congressional action is what,the. expected. Sap rose in the trees and many that city about dusk the. night before
"We have
Kirkpatrick It this freeze that cost the Fort :
was started budding out. But the worst was yet gradually turning to snow a* the
American want then shouldat
have people they Harllee Santa Fe River south of it
up to whatever obligation we may area on to come, temperature fell lower-and lower during )
.had to Lebanon and to our allies in the least be given the opportunity to vote Starke the distinction of having the largest \ in" the night. It was Florida's share of one of :"
'the. first
multinational force. It is not necessarynow yes or no.Candidates.' duce tree in Florida, said to have pro- During week February, 'the worst blizzards In history, that swept, M
warned'again of the coldest
An estimated 10,000 oranges in a newspapers '" S
the in 899.,
for bugles to blow retreat; all thatis in the upcoming presidential season. '* V weather.of. the 'year up North, with country } '

required is a signal to break camp. election need new ideas and clear- -I.; 'the 'by'Maf..WW.Harllee.of temperatures of 30 below throughout the Starke!, take Butler, and Lake which City all' ''lg
The was planted East on February.'The following morn- had two or more inches of snow remained -
"Nothing is to be gained and disaster cut issues. The War Powers Act wouldbe South Carolina when he was Ing saw almost every Florida temperature on the around for two days without'' ySmelting. );;.
is to be risked by the escalating warfare a good one to debate. commander of the fort during Indian War record ,.broken.. 'By sunrise; Starke Tallahassee recorded two below; ;(
The days. It was planted in front of the officers"quarters .reported 13 degrees Lake City, 8 and zero and Jacksonville reported 10 above!
between Syrian forces and our own. In Carter's opinion, "We have come a ; ; at the fort, from seed brought by Palatka, 11.Water mains burst In Lake city While no official reading was given for
President is plainly right to order swift very long way down the road that leadsto Ma)., Harllee from South Carolina. -' and,children were l ice skating in.the, Starke, the mercury'here probably fell to" ?
and appropriate retaliation to Syrian attacks total, unrestrained executive powerto streets around 10 also. ''" *"\

it would be unthinkable to leave commit this nation to war. It's past Most:orange beauties trees that in resembled those' days a small were Most'local growers had left oranges that After this final knockout blow the

our Marines in the important position of time that an effort was made to reverse ,oak towering In,siie..They had been started from 'survived the December freeze on the trees would-be citrus? growers finally realized

troops who are shot at but preventedfrom course." .::seedlings,** not produced by the budding until danger of frozen fruit had passed. But that North Central Florida was not suited
shooting back.Yet it is only a mat Since President i today! for*the. short bushy everything was lost. Sap had risen in the I for the growing oranges on a commer-.
'. Reagan not likely e Ibis said trees during th iMirmth between fwwzesiM,: yycilhasis, anjlUMtt
ter of tune before small,exchanges grow'to io 11ee'Ute,one to reverse course by giving**..+ .i.-a} ", ilJt1gq'!, { t( I bad and budding-out had started. Now the GonjI lI\\a r'a'
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large exch Lebanese 1 / "" JWft up any dil ids '"undeclared"!war-making1] ,rte'p arar '-for!:nSlle. trees split wld l OPpnfront l ftQ5AWPlUf! .'Mi jgtpwn,' hovreft<*r\"M.the''

"When the operation began, powers, it is up to one or more of the. .... r 1 ";. ,' :, ,. and groves were ruined..", Keystone Height and Melrose.

no plausible parallel 'could be drawn eight Democrats now aspiring to they ', ,.r, ." .". .
with Vietnam. The circumstances were White House to raise the 'undeclared"war" if' I, I' -, '

entirely different..But now, I am not so issue and have it, thoroughly

sure. The longer this drags on, the moreTaxpayers debated. ,t Traces of Mercury Found: in DEll Testsf'vA ,

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levels 01 "mercury in fish and shellfish human fetuses he added. Samples of several freshwater clams

taken from the lower Santa Fe River is being The abnormal levels'.of: mercury,were from the High Springs monitoring station
If the State budget makers are look- investigated by the Department of Environmental first discovered In' shellfish taken from showed an average level of 1.24 parts per
around for New Year's resolutions Reduce waste In paper by using only Regulation. four locations In the Santa Fe last June. A million according to Dennis Murrin, chief i
ing instead of technical assistant for the DER office in .'
11-inch-long letter-size sheets second sampling' of finned fish In-
Will the few weeks .
'DER spend
had readymade set presentedlast next
they a size an estimated September also showed unexpectedly high Jacksonville Clams' from O'Leno. State
week by the Citizens Council for savings 14-inch-long of $250,000 legal annually. checking that the findings its testing are procedures accurate to"At ensure this concentrations of the metal In fish filets. Park showed an average level of .99.partspet' ,
than million.
Research containing more said.
Budget Savage ,
of the we'restUl in the processof ,
100 cost-saving ideas that, if put into ef- stage figuring out game what our numbers mean," The shellfish samples came.4r from four :I Murrin said his office tested the Santa '

fect, could save Florida taxpayers The Council also urged that theLegislature said Tom Savage a DER environmental monitored areas of the Ever: WAi'/i',, {V, Fe for more than 50 substances Including
be required to complete the I..the Bureau of Water:Analysis. : mercury and 13 other metals, Analysis of
millions of dollars. specialist| The U.S. 129 bridge thias: btBranXv' the water turned up nothing unusual he
The Council said their recommendations budget in 60 days without the opportunity Randy Mutter, a program''specialist ford. "",3djrWHolllngsworth !; ; ;% for an extended seSsion, or before ,'t with the Slate Department Health and Bluff S.R..47 south of !;,' normal occurrence"I of metals except mercury
would be "the best gift we could of- .1. near
local bills. They hoped this t Rehabilitative Services. said' available
in some samples.
fer Florida taxpayers" as we enter upona would up eliminate some of'the end-o-*". data at : insufficient to tell Fort White. i i4'f.r.tp: ; \;:, >' i
abnormal Hlgh'spring -Savage could not offer an explanation :
new taxpaying whether the III"elll area U.S. 441 bridge north of ,/
year. .
session haste .and confusion that surrounds health'hatardi, for those eat fish, '. for the mercury findings;since none of the \
Among the suggestions were: final approval of the budget each taken from the Santa,Fa. O'uno'State Park near the I-7S bridge' ','Classic causes" of pollution, such:fas
There are no federal or state health tan--;\ ; chemical plant discharges,.exist. along,the
Reduce medical reimbursement on year. Mercury?a heavy metallic3 element that dards dealing with safe levels of metals In :,Santa i 11'-. '

the state employee health plan from 100 Is liquid at normal temperatures has been game fish or other edible wildlife, according :?DEK is apparently moving cautiously In
percent to 80 percent and make par. Each of these suggestions, taken shown to damage the human central ner to Mutter. However,the federal Food Its study of the Santa Fe because of lack of \
ticipants pay for the first day of their alone, might seem only a ,drop in the (, and possibly human kidney ,and Drug'Administration restricts mencurs an obvious cause for the presence of mercury <
hospitalization a $14.2 million savings bucket of the multi-billion dollar state if Ingested in sufficient quantities, Mutter in processed tuna and swordfish to no ,
budget. But taken together they would IIi 5 j ,
in tax money. r' '
prove to be, in the words oft the Council BradfoM'Becomes J'
Make non-residents register as out- director, "...the best gift we could offer \ '

of-state students throughout their Florida taxpayers to help ease the per- ,Forestr :i4:' Bradford '(a'ouity, Part of Gainesville
Statistical Area
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instead of counting
university career .
sistent pounding of their pockctbooks. .. '
.. pytavtdW.i orton r//, -f. ":j I I
them as Florida residents after the first ... "I. \ :t.l..ry: :' ;t.s't!!..... .. Bradford County ,1.Ia'now a part'of
a of $20.9 million. .l n \ _".. |i i.OTKfiWOld ; -r, Gainesville': Metropolitan Statistical
year savings ,
extractor
# "It., 'i" Pne Stumps '2t'lM,: ," II r.:through tanks,the wood tilvefl upt 'Area (MSA), although the new clasaitfca'tion -.
Consolidate' patients'rom the five its resins; to the solvents,.The spent chips'
; Contact Chemicals ,' y k.!;., '. 1s" expected to nave little economic.
,state psychiatric hospitals into fewer institutions Editorial Policy ValuaWe to Industry.rr .. may be used as fuel to generate* heat. for'the nlficW"
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and convert the vacant facility ", :h ::fn \ extraction operation,; ; -jf,,"", French ,Terhun*, of'' the' Bureau of
has any time jftf
the Interest of fair who ever spent Meador'iaidt; "*t thre lirunary pr*!- the
into prisons. At required by law. and In rEconomic. and Business Research .t,
fields of Florida has'
Ana or probably ducts come out of the old stumps T rosin, .
material sab- j
and objective coverage of editorial "" University of Florida, said the change wa
'Cut the Governor's staff at his acmes the petrified stumps. and turpentine, and pine ,"b"
i milled by this newspaper, particularly as H ap-, 'oU.0. \,. rlnaderrbecaase\ of Bradford's close :
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D.C. office from the the foUowJiurrollcy roots 'V\; The is \ '' Previously,1 '
Washington, present piles to Le&&en" the Editor u rosin component 01 Pho= economic tie to Gainesville. ,,
14 'personnel,' and'eliminate his will be followed without arlat_. batlHwo the Th."I"tuInps.re the records floor covering,adhesives ; Gainesville's, MSA included only that city
$70.000 per Miami ''citizensassistance Editor most be original, they mint IK dMK'and forest OVed in theii'M,01; ( and plaatknvrlHw turpentine tato, ,.and Alachua County N
office.year" signed by the writer who must Inch:' ddress long a But.they' In- paint tidIIIII.'w 01 na jW&ve., in4necticidft 'An'.MSA Is'defined as 'a,geographical '
and telephone number, which m* $10, cludln ic a* new as d Wi o rnnns daQy .. area.'conslating; of ,
a 'popuiatlon
large
low-flow i shower heads in verification before printing. (TheirreqinrflhenU old .s Ind' knowledge lira itself.. '
Start using Tbtt .| >; ,UMli to make disinfV,nucleus .together with adjacent com- \
all school locker rooms to cut down on are the result of Florida Statute'834.03, and are their wood were called, Untj.olBlMea: ;, point and varnishes. 1 ., muniUea having a high degree of economicand '

hot water use.- a potential savings of applicable without choice.) Ne xeroxed copies of 'lightard' by 'This is just a"Hmpl.'of the items that the social, integration with'that nucleus.. ;
to
supplied kindling
any letter will bv accepted vale* the writer! TheF'nd: ;
million. resin make.Other include > ,
$4.7
pine stump
home'f cookstove or can
his
signs or her name la ink and Include tlHd.< tblncluda
Provide big corporations with .''a dress and phone number. Content must peon. ,the I tMark' avorif1altllOllP and apW"j perfumes other cough kinds syrups of' The change to give Gainesville a Bradford lower rating'Is expected in-,

wish-list of equipment and other items editorial department' standard be dot. Putnam County Forester! ;)tem .' :;!ne.mold.stumps may, still be,.. crime statistics while slightly raising Its
they could donate to state universities. confined to a'reasonable be" says I Imay the origin of th (name Ughtwood< nuisance to those who work the land*but'< unemployment rate, Terhune said. It will
for tax deductions. 1 limited to two (2) front each 011.tk'st ''be documented;: but that it had hold storehouse of chemical we alt. ,not affect voting or districting, he addedScott
4he editor' discretion. y need :
+ do with the weight of the stump- forester''
nothing
\ today, the County '
}I7 I\ Koons of ,,the North Central
., ;., wood/ ,, stumps very heavy. from the said.Wiftout them,production of some of; Regional Council said ,
Planning he
wa
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Ella Mann and. &fiyen McMahan Married Dec. 17 at St.. Marks I


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w 1'I, I! daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nathan B, carried a nosegay of white earns- guests at the door. breath and white candles. The crystal
Starling of Lawtey and Steven Craig felons, poinsettias, baby's breath and In the entrance way was an arrangement bowl was at one end of the table and
McMahan, son of Charles E. evergreen with long white ribbon of white carnations, pompoms silver coffee service at the other end.
McMahan of Rising,Fawn, Ga, and Streamers tied with love knots. and baby's breath on a creden- Mrs. Wayne Sterling and daughter,
Carol M. SmoUiwU of Clluk town, Given in marriage by her stepfather u under a wall sconce holding' white Denise, presided ,at the punch bawl.
Ma Wash. were united in marriage Saturday Nathan Starling the bride candles. In the family room was a Sheila McClellan poured coffee and
Dec. 17, at 4 p.m. In St. Mark's wore a floor length candlelight dry green table top Christmas tree trim- the bride's uncle' Harold Johnson.
Episcopal Church with Father Arthur silk gown with Queen Anne neckline med with white ribbons and or tended bar.
Lee performing the nuptials. The bodice had lace naments and in the living room was a'
Mrs.: Kenneth Grider; organist, puff sleeves were gathered uacted white table top Christmas tree trimmed The bride's cousin, Miss Lisa
.1 presented a' program of nuptial In deep lace and tied with satin bows. in blue satin ribbons and silver.or Johnson, attended the bride's book.
,, ,'t'" music. She wore a hat covered with the same naments. The table in the dining room was
The altar was decorated with. arrangements > material as her dress and edged with The bride's table in the family room covered with a candlelight lace cloth
of white carnations,pom. ,, the same lace. The veil of sheerest il- .was covered with a white lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of
poms and baby's breath flanked by' .:..luston fell Into a chapel length train with a two-tiered cake topped with an evergreen, glass ornaments, candy
candelabras with white tapers. 1 ,and was edged In lace and ribbon! .She arrangement of white carnations and canes baby's breath and white bows.
William Gatlin attended as best carried a cascade of white poinsettias baby's breath at one end of the table Silver trays held finger foods and the
': ; man: baby's breath evergreen, and and on the other end was a silver groom's cake.Following .
Melinoa: Dobbs Gatlin' served as. blue satin ribbon streamers the color candelabra with white candles. Mrs. a wedding trip to St.
"" ". 'il1t't: .. honor attendant. She: wore a floor of i her attendants gown. The Charles Dobbs cut the cake. Augustine the couple residing in
'. length gown of,blue moire taffeta with Streamers, were tied with love knots. The punch table, also in the Mimosa Trailer Park Starke.
t'' i,1' ", Queen Annei neckline and puff A reception \was held in the bride's room, was covered with a lace clot The groom Is employed by Doyle's
)' './#"' 'If" sleeves. The, waist'was {tied with a' parents'... home in Lawtey The bride's1. and centered with a silver and crystal Plastering Service in Gainesville.
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Jon Keith! SappTo At Primitive Baptist '
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Mr; and Mrs.B.C. McMahan
Brand! Nicole Peters'' of Taylor Elder E.D. Bryant guest speaker Society Editor
I wishes to announce the engagementand from Metier Ga.,witf be at Primitive
Chr'istie'Torode Party Honoree approaching marriage of her .Baptist Church north of Starke on CR 964-7608 News !
mother. Deborah.l-nn".tOo Jon }Keith, 233 or Morgan Road, west Itt miles of I .
Sapp of Lawtey. HwY.16, at 7 p.m. Dec. 29. -
Christie Torode who graduatedfrom rose bowl holding floating candles. A' The bride-elect Is the'daughter of He, will also speak at Pine Grove
the University of North Floridaon mistletoe ball hung from the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones of Taylor. Church Dec. 27 and at Sharon, Dec.
Dec. 17, was honored at a gradua-- chandelier over the centerpiece with Groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Wanda 28.Everyone Did '
tion party Sunday afternoon, Dec. 18, long velvet ribbons falling to the Sapp and the? .late Charles Sapp of' Is invited to come'and you f know, .
given by her husband, Carl Torode table. Silver and crystal appoInt- worship and hear Elder Bryant.
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Autry at ments held an assortment. of hors' The wedding ceremony will take Elder James M. Land, Jr. and Union Mrs. J.B. Talley returned Monday Mr. and Mrs. ''Rex Smythe and
the home of the latter In Country Club d'oeuvers. place January 6, Primitive Baptist Church cordially after a weeks visit with her son and daughter of Largo and Rex Smythe,
Estates. Assisting in serving were Mrs: invite everyone, family Mr. and Mrs. Tom Talley in Jr. and children of Macon Ga. spent
Christmas decorations were used to t Harry Gruen ,,and Mrs Danny; Jacksonvlll@. the weekend' with Mrs. Bertha
advantage in highlighting points of In- Shuford. r. Woman'* Club Board. Pearce.
terest in the home.' The refreshment Fifty friends attended between pie To Mt"'Jan. 4 Did, You Know.,........, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli spent
table In the dining room was covered hours of three and seven o'clock. -Mr'j Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson and
with a off-white lace cloth over gold Mrs. Torode will Intern at Bradford ; and Mrs. Stephen Tilley and Albert Stefanelli in Jacksonville.Louis Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dean Thompson
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and was centered by an antique; glass "High School starting In January.Desso'Deplse Woman's Club will meet Wednesday children of Orange Park and Mr.:and and families and Tim Thompson, all
Mrs Steve Hardeman of Gainesville Jr. of Manhatten, of Gainesville spent Christmas day
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Tilley. parents hit: and Mrs. L.T. Young. William Thompson.

Stephanie. Elaine. "Futch, > ',' .1 Chavls. 1 'I < ::1Vi'r; > .. I I I
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chavls of Starke 'W' '.
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Medical Center; She Joins a, sister,' .Gainesville'She Joins a brother Colt. f{ > Elizabeth, age 12. Great aunts and uncles are Bob and "
Maternal grandfather Is F.W. Eileen Stanley of Keystone Heightsand ,

Strickland of Kingslev Lake and great Wayne. 'and 'Carolyn. Sapp 'of. j "GOOD *DAYS',::,, ,: }

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event at the Baptist Church
The cafeteria Starke Elementary of Starke.
School wa* filled with people as the Each year one book of the Bible is
First Church enjoyed its annual
Baptist studied extensively verse by verse.
,I. Christmas dinner. This year the selected Bible book Is I
The crowd delicious
enjoyed a Corinthians.
t covered dish meal, with the churchproviding be five
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b Tmhe one for youth and one for adults.
itS Children'* Choir provided an Pastor Ben Bryant will teach the
i enjoyable program of, music on the adults In their study of I Corinthians.The .
theme of 'the birth, of Christ. Thefellowship study sessions are as follows:
and spirit of Christmaswas
Sunday, 7:80 8:30 p.m.; Mondayand
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their appreciation to Principal The public r Is cordially invited to
Charles Thomas .for bis. gracious For further Information
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cooperation In making I the school call N46562.Mr. .
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.5 faculties available to First Baptist.
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and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen were In and Mrs. Harvey Edward bad
.. Y ,, Houston, Texas Dec. 9-11 where Dr. as Christmas day guests Mr.and Mrs.
Whiffen attended lectures at the Tolbert Edwards of Daytona, Mr;and
American Academy 'While la Texas they Yl.s.ltedlrs.Reva Mrs. and
Whllfoj in San Angelo and Dr. and and Mrs.JKathy Holt and tames

Mrs.T S.Whlffen Dallas.They also I Jacksonville.Mrs. .
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I 'n." ,.<.L."j_. :., ".J... 't roAa4tvsb': + f and family Mr.and Mrs. BID Kindle
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Mr and Mrs. Paul Stack of Dallas
Hampton Elementary' Academic Team..... I Mrs. Margaret Moore of taurens, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walkerof
S.C. Is spending this week with Mrs. Franklin Va.,were visitors during
These Hampton Elementary student will be on Channel (WJXT) televI- Wyatt Collins, Aimee Hodes:Jedl Ford Melissa Byrd; Sharon Forsyth.and W.B. Mundy. last week of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrlef. -
sion Saturday January 7 at 8 a.m. Kim Hodges.Back Peeples Terrie Ann Brown, Macey Rhoden '

,.They are tram left to right Front Row-Robbie Padgett Tommy Condone T.J. Orton, Amy. Home.. .Mary. Wood, Henry Rhoden, and Danny. Mans.s' .

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the weekend with her daughterand spent Monday to Wednesday with his Raton and Mrs: Charles Sawyer of holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. John Eg
family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren mother, Mrs. Arline,Brown and Mr. Jacksonville 'wer*,Friday.luncheon gers of Cuban, Ga.;Mr..and Mrs.,Rob
Winkler. Brown. guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Duffy of Hampton, Va.: and Mr. and 00 Ov
:T.H. Slade. ," Mrs. David Byers of Jacksonville and
Mr.. and Mrs. Merritt Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Jackson, 1GS families..
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were In Jacksonville Christmas day Jr. of Houston, Texas are spendingthis Miss June Hardy.j; of;Atlanta'spent' ,
visiting Mr and Mrs. Linton Taylor.Mr. week with Mr. and Mrs. Glen ; Thursday to Monday,>with\ha Mr., aiufMrs. Marian Eskridge of

Moore. Joining the family for parents, Mr..and Mrs, J.E..Hardy Orlando spent Saturday and Sunday
and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins and Christmas were Col. and Mrs. Robert : with Mr.,and Mrs. Homer Steams..
family of Jacksonville 'were Jackson of Keystone Heights and Mr: :r.(i \\,1/i /O'4! 41.
Christmas day guests of Mrs. this and Mrs. Fred Bennett of Starke. +
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Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Trawick and 18 W,.4:: WeUoa 964-6971
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Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopson and son of Lake City spent Saturday to .
i children spent Dec.12-17 in the snow Monday with his mother, Mrs. Jack Pastor George Watson and 422 N. St. Clair 884-5449
t covered mountains at Boone N.C. Trawick., The Congregation Invites You to Walter F, Montz, Palter '
Come and Worship With Us : We Invite you to worship with us.SimsiySckMl ,.
t ;Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richards?'and Mike King of Leesburg spent the' SunfaySchool.. ....-.,. ..'.... ..:;. *..",DA. AIl da4lI1ur1sryI ; ., HAPPYNEW\
t family will return to their home in weekend with his mother, Mrs.Gloria ".......i'Wantll.... :'f. .'.'. ',. .'. 11 AMEvasOslistc I .' 10MItamMfWmMp ,' ,. ;
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'r Pascagoula, Miss on Friday after a' KIng: WwaaaayWa-... .:.s.. ..". i 1.tiMm..7MI .. :. .. ..... .11mEvntafS .
weeks visit with his mother Mrs. A.G. Loudon .,.rtc* .. .. .,. . spa :: ':.
H.M. Richarde. They all spent Mr. and Mrs. spent Wsdaaalay. Yasia .. . . 7:30 MaKio79s .
to with their daughter
Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs.. j Friday Monday J.,
Lyle Buck and family in Palatka.Mr. and family, Mr. ,and Mrs. Marvin' -" w ,:; ;
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Christmas dinner and Christmas dinner at the home .of 11:00 '
guests at a family : am Morning Worship .
last Thursday night at the home of James Montgomery. 6:30: pm Church Training \ '
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian ,Johns In 'The Meat, Storm
Verle Robert "Robbie" Best, son of 7:30: pm Evening Worship :
Jacksonville. ,Verle and Connie Best, has completedthe Wednesday t ,.,: ,,- i' .'

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Donald Pence and Miss Jan Sherman pm ,.r/ ti EdwardsRoad.Stsrkera. ,..\ :'" .
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the Bill Rink home over.the weekend. was awarded the M-DIV/R degreeat Greg Douglas, Pastore! 'V', '', ," ',JJi4.l'tAI; I" "
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Mrs. Reggie Norman : 1 ere Christmas dinner guests. of'Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. Toni Hodges Mr. and II,Mr.and Mr.Die Lark were I "
fI ; ", Springs, and Mr. .;",ortheir Mrs. Lester Walker and family Mrs. Benny WUktoW, fit, Mr...and Miss
fey Elisabeth Terry Norman were Fleamn Starl-, Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Mr. Mrs. Jim McCarley,Mr.and Mrs.Billy 'Su-totmas supper guests of Mr. and ,, .,,. )I
phone 782-3300.! of their son and "i' P and Mrs. Danny Waters, Mr. and King and girls Stuart Lockhart and Mrs; Don Graves. and '
and Mrs. Bobby Starllngand Mrs. Wilbur, Waters and family of granddaughter were Christmas supper MI'L. and Mri. Johnny Hobbs'of !
Church Actlvldes.a'; Mr. and Mrs. Earl dinner guests Starke Mr. and Mr J.S. Water and guests at the,Rod Lobster and Chrlstcmher,Mr.and Mrs.Tom Casey "
Area Wide Crusade was held In Genelle Underwood Starling and children of Macclenny and Lillie Mae then went to Carolyn's and enjoyed Starke: Mr. and MM. Lee Casey
Starke and 200 decisions were madein Cove Springs Mr. ." ,,, Howard were Thursday dinner Christmas Eve. Tara and Thomas of King l y Lake,
the whole Crusade, out'of which Prevatt and .. and''Mr'' of Mr. and Mrs, Mike Waters guests Mrs.Vendie Smyth and Elizabeth Mr. and Mm Wesley Thomas and Jay
were 17 for Baptism from Northside day with Mr. and .., were dleburg.Mrs. .. spent Wednesday until Monday with 'of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Andrews -
;;Church. and family.Mr. of Mr. and $.L, Wil1t son,. Sr.: spent her parents, Col, and Mrs William and Randy of Wildwood, Miss
Northside Church' will have the and Mrs. ,John Mr. Christmas Eve1 'With her grand Wilson.: Debbie Andrews of Gainesville Mrs.
'Lacey Family from Tampa Jan. 8 to daughter Nancy, .r.'i. were supper daughter, MrSiCherri Scherrlng Mr. and'Mrs.'Benny Wllkison; HI; Gayle Todor Scot and Brad of Orange
sing. Hicks visited her Lakeland. Mrs.Truby Waiuwright! and her soq and Mr. and Mrs; Jim :McCarlcy. Park Mr.end Mrs. Chuck Moore,
The Story of Christmas play was daughter,Mr. and 1 spent and da ter-In.lawl Mr. and, Mrs. spent' Christmas day' with.Mr. and Bob Ryan and William of Hollywood,
'presented on Wednesday night, Dec. and their sons,. Mr. daughter- Jack' Wairtwrlght and daughter, Jan ,Mrs. Jim McCarley. Sr. In Starke. Fla., Mrs. Renee Thompson,'Kevin
21, at First Baptist Chruch by Mrs. Wolfe and Mr. and .Walker. of Tallahassee, were Christmas din Mr and Mrs.f'om.';Boyette of, and Bryan of Jacksonville were
DenIse Crapse and Mrs. Brenda Starl- Jr., before Christmas Starling' and ner guests of Mr. 'and ,.Mrs. James Jacksonville< ing. The play was the best we have Fla.Mr. 'Eve 'dInner Walnwright and family. Gye Elwood of' .New York, Bob mother, Mrs. Fred Moore. Mr. and
ever bad in our church. and Mrs. }Norman! Mr. and.Mrs, James, Waters,were, Boyette and children; Kim, Sheila, Mrs. Jimmy Moore of Jacksonville,
family w.. .o 1.1' Christmas 'dinner Ann and .Andy, 'were with .their Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore, Trlsha*
to visit Mr, Mrs. John"st 4 le mother Mrs. James Jllgginbotham! brother-iivlaw. and sister Col. and Adam;and Richard Joined the family
and Amy. Walker and Mrs. B.L. WUkfeon. Sr. and Mrs. Mrs. William- Wilson- and their in the afternoon. Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. .Afjuilar Cherri Scherring and children were mother, Mrs Mabel Boyette for Mrs. O.J. Phillips was a
Personals:.. family of !. Osgood, Christmas dinner guests. ,of Mr.'and Christmas. dinner guest of her son and daughter-
: onvwe" ware Mrs. Ozzie Wiggins. Mr. and Mrs. Moody Collins Mr. in-IawMrI and Mrs. James Phillipsat

law Mrs.and C.E.daughter:Strickland, Mr.and and her Mrs.son-in-Don b......... ----.. ,"""-- 5 __Mr. 4dMrl\ !. Benny'Wilkison.Jr.... !: ,. _and Mrs. Byron Graves..::. Don..Graves! _.__Lake.._,__..Butler..-----':.:. -----1'"'

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to see her, sister, Miss Elizabeth I b ,, A ,
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Terry on Monday on their way to see
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Griner,'of Jacksonville.Our -
Chief of Police, M.M.'Jordan
went to Washington;D.C. Dec. 12 andvisited # 4 .h. ,
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Reagan's staff and then went on to BLACK
Buffalo, N.Y. and spent a week with ;
his sister, Mrs. Chariot Rlx and flew >\' :
back to Jacksonville on Monday and ( .
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weeks vacation.Mr. ,' .';'. t.
and Mrs. Benton Futch of "-vsg- EYE i r.
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Futch of Black Mountain, N.C.visited .., JAH ""., P',, .. ;
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their aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry on 0 --peiD'T
Friday.Mr. -i ( PEAS, ,
and Mrs. Steve Futch of Starkeare ; 1.1 ,
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the proud parents of a daughter, .; 1202 POLY
Stephanie Elaine, weight 7 Ibs. 8 oz., P BUY
born Dec. 22 in St. Vincent's Hospital, 29THRUWED..AN.4.1984.-r' \' UMfT-2 WITH" A.7....OR. MOAB, FOOD OcV CFt. .

Jacksonville. Paternal grandparents ,
are Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch and
maternal grandfather Is Frow
Strickland. '
Terry Futch" came'' for his aunt
Miss Elizabeth Terry's, and she wenthome
with him on Friday night and
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and sons, 1earn. I
Christopher, Bruce and Dean, .onus
brought her home on Sunday night.
Lyn Boch and Jenny and Joey of
Gainesville, Mrs. Malnes Griffis and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Griffis
and family of Palatka were supper )
guests of Mrs. Daisy Boch and her
mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Mr. I IIM'
and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby- Daley of>
Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smithof
Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Larry
White of Starke, visited them duringthe r M4 a
afternoon. WYK
Jenny Boch of Gainesville spent the I

week with her grandmother, Mrs. anus
Daisy Boch, and great grandmother,
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard visited
her sister, Miss Enza Blanchard. fore

Christmas,Baker County Nursing t .
Home on Sunday fend carried her a

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Mrs. John Butler of wasa ; '-" 1OOLDENORAIN -':. IM'IM'vIM.
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
Bill Dobbs. rneon '
Julius Eunice of Waldo, Jimmy tinny Green Cabbage 1 **' CANADIAN ., I
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Macaroni 211 ..
s Eunice of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs Ce/eDO11/1 ,n. Vienna Sausage M .. La.1 Rutebagas .' .. .r La 19*.
Emory Eunice, Darlene and Daron, TREE 8WEBTGrapefruft vino- LASlL
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Harold Eunice Sunday.Mrs. t 1LIUTnN> .. ,
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Pauline Roden and daughter, Bucket Olives ...- 69SUQAAs ", N'Low""" .. '00' 89* ACOrii iquash .' ,, -3?* i peppeT ,R/'i' i iAesoe4reoevyowe
Cherry Lynn, from Fullerton, Calif., s, ar. ,:. ...-.. .' "./

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1Rn 43 Initiated into Junior Honor Society at BMS... I

t 1 14r a '1 An Initiation' ceremony of the National Junior Honor 8oclety for the 43 !,
Bradford Middle School atudenta who maintained a 3.2grade point overall i:
average was held Dec U In the BMS cafeteria aa proud parent looked

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.1 First row- Bernado Baei.Kim Bnrcb,Angle Cohena Felecla Davis Son- :
L : dra Green. Mlndy'Herwy Nicole Johnson. Colleen Neary. Chris Powell. '
Randall Polk and Lisa Tlerney.
Second row Elizabeth Rowell. Susanne Sapp. Carrie Shaw.Holly
Shields Barbara Smith Noy Srlvlbul Sheila Stewart. Tina Wllllngham '
Faith Williams Catherine Autry. :"
Third row Instructor Arlette Love.Christy Harrell. Renee llewett Eric .
Hodge. Karen Hodge. Richard LeNeavc. Selena Norman Patricia Parado ,.1
'all Peggy Petteway Tangela Pittman; Melinda Powell.
Fourth row- Instructors Sandra Thompklna and Linda Benett Tangela :.
Bass Patricia Bath, Shawna Blom Yvonne Bobo Audra Brantley. Chris
Durbln Julie Ferguson Kim Flllyaw. Allaha Gruen Idella Hall.
l' ..1s The BMS band presented a program of music. Each student received a
r certificate and pin presented by Mrs.Carolyn Taylor. PTO president.' I
Principal Dewey.!McKinney congratulated each Initiate. ;:

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Thought for the week.... required to write an. essay on some Randy Wheeler was selectedfor Algebra II and be approved by Or.MUler test to be offered here Thurs. Jan. !S!, '
StaIn Ponder the wonder el Jenn. aspect: of Americanism.In recently being added to the Top 10 After approval each student from 8:30-11:19: : a.m, in the BHSlibrary.
I Iwei Spring a representative of the of the Florida Buck Registry for his should go by the SFCC office at BPS .
Jean Ribault Chapter DAR will visit contribution to wildlife management' and fill out an application to the col- This course will 'be paid'for by the
BHS in Michelle's honor and will pre- in the State of Florida. As ot Nov. lege. After filling out the application Bradford School Bon J,
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ChiN sent the DAR Good Citizen pin, and 1983, Randy was ranked 2nd In NB r it wilt_! necessary to take the AC t>l ,
'Lai certificate of award.Congratuations Florida and 10th in the State. fs,,
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bac DAR Award Winner Ing out the duties of her office...untiring Randy WheelerIt's panles you all year' Medicare Supplements
wil work and loyalty to her class.Ii'i. I, long. > life'lna'
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Gn* DAR Award:.. Complain as much as you ''want t ,(up...to.,.'.,oo.Door...... )

Michelle Stillwell, daughter of Mr. after Christmas at the Student Council ., '
the Fut and Mrs. Lloyd R. Stillwell of Kellie Baldwin... selected for : Forum. :.DurrancePump Why Not,: Receive Highest Interest
Brooker, was selected the recipient of excellent achievements In academicsand Monday Jan. 10, students will be ,Rate'Available?
Fri\ the Daughters of the American student leadership which earned I given the opportunity to see what Is & Supply Co. IRA 12% Annual Yield
Revolution award for 1983. her the honor of representing BHS as happening with the Student Council, 964-7061(
art the sophomore in the Hugh O'Brian 1 Coll: for on appolntm.nllodoy
Ste BHS faculty annually ,selects the and take part by voicing your opinion.Let .
boa senior student which they feel best, Foundation Program. The Founda- your complaints be heard, and ..' 964.9478
displays the following qualities: tion is designed recognize and take part in making a difference at "
Jai leadership, dependability service, reward leadership potential in high BHS. Let's all go complain!II I .-
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hol Student Council, a member of National ''Tammy, Dempsey..., was qualified seniors. ., :J
Mi Honor Society, Spanish Honor selected because of her work for the This course will be a seventh periodclass ., "
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mean throughout the state. Michelle will be the Key Club, in coordinating the : ,1/'/
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'ICT Staff Write like Lake Butler, Keystone;Waldo and Macc1 nny., each division for the highest series with handicap. Senior division handicap .:.,
Special features of Startte Lanes, ,'Include! moonlight bowling, red pin night,' table will be used. '
Starke Lanes has created to healthy form of entertainment for this area and other tournaments. 'A. Red Pin night is Fridays.. While the red pin seta up as the
with over 1,000 bowlers signed! up for league play, since the business opened Moonlight bowling will start mh i'ctnight at 11 p.m.. Coat will be$8 for head bowl a strike, it wins fling I
In mid-September. three games and participants have chances to win money. ?Starkpin e Lanes also. has a complete pro shop, operated by BI el. For Information
Lanes Manager Al Bisel expects that figure to easeramaQcally with Saturday morning there is a youth, bowling tournament on. tap.Price for concerning: Joining a league, call Bisel at Starke Lanes M44U73).
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the reorganization of leagues In January.'"I feel like the people in this area /.;A":
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Saturday. Then the lanes are available for open bowling? *< ,
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Saturday lathe big day for signed i I '
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of St. Augustine.The company owns three; other alleys In north,Florida. .. .
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Deadline of entry fee for the Starke' Recreation Department's mens Callers may give their! name or remain anonymous Hunters will have some opportunities to try out their ChriBtmajpreMnU: ,
.<<:1 basketball league is Friday December 30. Since its inception eight months ago, the Resource Alert Program baa assuming Santa fulfilled their requests, during.the new year. The major
For further Information call the Rec. Dept. at 964-6792 received more than 600 call, which have come from 49 of Florida's! 's 67 coun- season dates for the month of January are: ,
'1.1 ties. Of those calls, W became bona fide cases investigated by state and
local agencies. }j.. January Third phase of mourning dove and "white-winged dove!:.eson

Exercise Class.... ?lJ'Ene4CII,85f[ T 52 percent have be resolved. 119 of those case*'were closes. ..I,) ';
out DNR's Jurisdiction and were referred to other state,federal '
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ri .., Daytime exercise class will start again January S at the Old Armory. agencies for, assistance in handling.,:, county january 8tWh2t -trailed deer season closes In Central South' Evergladesand !:
Classes will be held on Tuesdays.and Thursday at 9:30: a.m.,. These classes Northeast regions turkey season,closes; black: bear season.clown in
..nin are free. Baker and Columbia counties; wild hog season closes and the first phase of
There will also be classes and Advanced Children's .
night on Tuesday Thursday nights. Bowling crow season closes
classes will start at 5:30: and beglners at 6:30: p.m.. Set for ,
Fridays... .
I .' Hwy:: \ January 14Second: phase of crow. season open on Saturdays and Sundays
Children Interested In bowling on Friday afternoon should contact Casan- through Feb. 19. '
Ceramics Classes Cancelled for January.... dra at the Starke Recreation Department. .',' ,, : ; "

1 Ceramics classes will not be held during the month of,January but will, BowlinitwlH bftAftcr.acboouuidjyillcjOBt 1 75 session.. January. ItsSecond, phase of statewide duck and coot season closes .. .
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resume In February. Tennis Lessons Offered.... 0 t7Spedal '
*. January" scaup (bluebill) season.opens.
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to Tennis lessons will be offered' by the Recreation Department starting -
Tony Lawson of the Strawberry Strollers Club placed 12th overall in the January 3. January Si iSpecial scaup season closes: ..
TIM Gator Bowl Run Sat. Dec. 17. The 10 lessons will. cost $25 dollars. and the fee must be paid upon registra ;1 I
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Ha ran the 6.2 mUe course.In 35 minute and placed 3rd In his age group. tion. "//i... .. 1i I
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Resource Alert ...
Busy. to Close for Month..::
w youth lesson will be held earlier in the afternoons. : Juniper Springs .i,

vi The Florida Department of Natural Resources got an earful tis year-an Women's adult beginners class will begin at 7 p,m. and the advanced at 8. '.,' w'v. i
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B< state's natural resources. Rick Stevens with five year's coaching experience will be teaching the Juniper Springs Recreation Area on the Ocala National Forest ) be
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hi The Resource Alert: Program, launched last March provides a tol-free classes. undergoing repairs this month. '> I''i\t >:' iC-f; 1I ,A.
b) The sltewUfbe closed from Dec.12-1!for, sewer system replacement and
w : ,'sidewalk onetruction. .,'.nor>,",Ya 5j> w : Juniper should reopen on December 19. However,fcaSft visitors Interest in

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itSi I Godwin SO:10 minutes in the 6.2 mile run. : '- ;,
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g Western Steer) We bulj It so rugged ; If you get a large racked: buck, freeze the head and take it to'the Outfitters
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(from page 1A) US-SOIabout twrrWUles'Lawtey : ; .nrt'o front on US-301, and would operate ing change and IIbKI UHS special exception
Christmas baskets of food"were ,opposite' Eunice, ,.Nurse the salvage business off the highway, which was needed in order to
shared with 32 families. in the Starke predicted; that it would! attract a large Lawtey ; who (between his home and the railroad. store wrecked cars.
number of SUrUngTrepresented
- 'area last week plane owners and visitors 'realtor Janet \ Tone said that screening would be constructed -
The First United Methodist Church thus benefiting the area commercial the owner Ronnie G as required by the zoning or- Both of the zoning changes required
ly.He said be Davis !Davis
was that two runways would at the meeting, said dinance. amendments the
In charge of distributing to county's comprehensive -
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constructed. plans to sell the five acres of property;!
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baskets of food in time use plan
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to Robert Smith,of Jacksonville, con*"i,:' Starling said i
Several volunteers under the direc- ../, that Smith has a contract -
GrantedFor tingent upon rezoning and the granting /, with I .
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tion of Norma Dean Thompson of exception. The pre, the Department of "" i recommendations from the .
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delivered the baskets several days Salvage Yard sent zoning\ is Open Rural, and the .,,v Transportation to remove wrecked zoiu.ig board will be presented at the
vehicles
before Christmas. zoning board from the highway and Jan.t meeting of the County Commission
The same three new coning would be Industrial.to permit ,dispose of
Several organizations :Contributed, members, who also sit as a Board of warehousing of wrecked cars ori'Jfc' : them. for final action. No Commission
to the baskets with food and money including Adjustment, approved rezoning and a the \: ) 'V'r will be held Jan. 2, the first Monday
the Girl Scouts Honor Socle- ..special exception to allow construction property(1 :: ;t The three members present at the which is the usual meeting day,since
ty, FFA..Episcopal, Church. and'the and operation of a wrecked auto Starling said Smith plans to build l 1. meeting Richardson, Jim Womack the courthouse will be closed Monday
Methodist Church., ?, ".. '\,. ."r '.:.., ,1. salvage yard on, the east side oft .honie on a ,portion..of the property' ;, and Robert Scott, approved the zon Jan. 2, for: the New Year's holiday.
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WAS 1.17..... ........ ... .. .. 111 WERE 67o..."."...,.".... 50-
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PLATES WERE Via----............ 75I 187...?..?..............?....'".........?.. 1" "': }.I

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1\'. / '., ,,',, ;: 4t. Brown and Burton' Survey Damage... ,
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j Il .. ": Chief Depute Glen Wre slightly Injured ear driver 6te.tu k: ...wa eta
/ ; ,,; 'Odds and Ends' : GalnMvUie and truck driver Billy R. Burton survey the damage, to their'yrh" ;
vehicles II three accident WedD
II vehicle 011 north U8-30t early a1. : : r
afteraaoe apparently caused by the sudden downpour. ),t,' rrk,
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All three vehicle: were northbound near Textile Town.. north of ...,. ', /.
S Chamber to be Kept Open... when the driver of a 1KU Buick lost control of his vehicle: due to(tending,/, ';
water and did off the roadway. A second: vehicle) a IBS*Mercury ftrtvitn, ;i '? ....
: Plans are to keep the Chamber of Commerce office open next week with by Steven A Brown,,n of GalnMvllle took evasive action going off the .
., Mlu temporary help until new employees can be on the Job. roadway then veered back across the traffic lane Into the path of an emn,"
Friday will be the final day for current Chamber Manager Bill Wilson and ty car carrier truck. The truck: a International" collided with the laft. : s', '"
sl I his secretary, Muriel (Mrs. Bill) Wilson. Wilson has been relieved of his side of the Mercury according: to Trooper W. M Abram. V V .
duties by the Chamber's Board of Governors. The only Injury was Brown who had a'cat on his arm and was treatmlllA;,.' A
Interviewing is currently under way for a new executive director of the : M at the to Paramedic BUI O'Neal" Scott t.t.'
chamber and a new secretary, but nobody has been hired yet according to Taylor. Damsge to the Mercury was$.BOG. Damage to the ear carrleri:. '". "'
..DrlQ Board of Governors Member J.E. Tomlinson. The temporary person will driven y Billy R. Burton 42. of Jacksonville: war IZM. There was h'' .;'": !
answer the phone and carry on liason duties until the new employees are on damage listed to the irat Bulck.: driven by Harry E. Queen, 2R. .f A.*.... >" k,..
the job. ..-!"- I Texan, who wa charged In the accident with *pe4 under spats, eonftltlons. 't'', ,II',
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,t. Interviewing for the new employees Is a Personnel Committee appointed '. -r ..' ,- !' '/
f this month. Members are Richard Welty,L.M. Gaines,John Bradley, Roger p r-pp-, ." ":-I':, .:"

Jones, and J.E. Tomlinson. .,

'jla Brooker Qualifying Open Jan. 2-6 SEND67NGs welconrn' theNew' '.. ,Hoping:you have.a ,, i 1 :;:

Qualifying is open Jan. 2-9 for the upcoming city election in Brooker. : ; 1IPffthl. .- } '
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rl Up for reelection are Councilmen Joe Tolleson and Gene Melvin, plus a G ,. h
to special election for the unexpired term of the late councilman C.J. Harrell.) : "
Mrs. Edna Harrell was appointed to fill the vacancy until the upcoming elec- I. S4 'fh ;
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M tion.A new state law requires qualifying to begin 50 days before an election and. ,. '1004 /IIp; '. ,, ) ,
to end on the 46th day before the election. The city council on advice of '4' \ .1<,
W torney Roger Blinn chose to expand the period to asslt local residents In processing ,Sn, < I.\ "
their applications. Unanimously passed by the council was an ,.,
emergency ordinance setting the dates so the city hall would be open on a ..
viB Saturday during the period. ..>. .. \ .
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hibi Dial 375-0209 Toll-Free for County... ,' l .' ,.

w A new toll-free phone number 375-0209. has been installed to call the Brad- : : '. tftn w. ford County courthouse from anywhere In the county. \ .,

County Clerk Gib Brown explains the county had an 800 number, but the .\ ,. ..riip I_< ,. :".0._ .- 1.\ ...
G bill to$1.000 a month and people were calling from out of state about traffic : f \ ; .
got wish everyone We think things will i i'''' r"" ,
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tickets. So, the 800 number was cancelled, and the new 375-0209 number 'd"'Iand '
tt substituted.The a..NAPPY bo better 11'I 1984.'fiffl .... ; 9 y -
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F toll-free line can be used to phone In about jury duty and by residents. ,v. NEW ''YEARby'y i ","..\,..... ..'HAp..J... 'I ; .. .
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outside on phones which are long distance from Starke. NEW YEAR! '. '. V ( : j/\o/ I"
alSI ,gum! t friends.
SIb Employment Training Jobs Open... \y +

Ji The Job Service of Florida, formerly the Florida State Employment Service '
al| Is currently: taking applications for the Jobs Training Partnership Act's Century 21Neighborhood %J ,'
employment training programs. Propertl.. ,.::;l;: Bowen '
For more information, contact the Job Service Office in the old courthouse Inc. Photography' :
SaN in Starke; phone 964-8092. REALTOR '.r.i Pest.Control: Wainwright By'Co ; '

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Closings... Produce
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NI\ Winn-Dixie Pantry Pride Eckerd Drugs and Eagle Army-Navy will re- '" p..,. .r 964-5111, .
Cb main open Sunday and Monday, along with the convenience markets. ___ JJ!
Winn Dixie and Pantry Pride will observe regular hours over New Years. -_ M
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p.m. New Year's Day. Roy's Grocery will be open Monday. F,4,4, ''11- 1 ... I" '" '' ,
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a Starke city hall, will observe their New Years holiday Monday Jan. 2.
g The School Board office will close Thursday this week and reopen Tuesday -
n Jan. 3. Teachers return to work Jan. 3 and students return to school

a Jan. 4.The. I I IY
F B Starke city hall and Bradford County courthouse: will be closed Mon- $1OOMLLION

o day.Most"small" businesses will be closed Monday. To avoid a dry run, phonea

Sir I store before going to town Monday to see if it is open.
The Telegraph office will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday.


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I Ir It (I O This mericasreCy: win'get iiore\ isntt it time you started? ;: ,
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JI 67 I than $$100 million for aluminum caz. just by ..' 'We'd' like to buy'certau; 'ptb i" o'I'I I ; :

I 0 bringing them tc 'Reynolds? items Id addition' cai s :. : ': '

we want all January "84 In, fact, year iri and year.out nobody pays The price for these : .

r of our many aluminum recyclers;more: than we do.;: items is somewhat? B111ssa.",,p1'

(t' friends to enjoy To all our old I .Are you gettingybursnar:' ;: ?flflyou'r: ... ,;lower.; -and.they.mustr : ,". ''i. I

I II 1984. and new friends already a can-collector you probably know be properly pre 00. .1 ,?,, -.t--' ':"1 1t

I I .' we say, "HAPPY that pays to recycle L_ 4Vl1 Tt >;nOl .,If not; ''Ask for:.nzorg. Is. to6iodfr. .."* .
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.i Radiator Service Closed December'Z4 and 27.. .
Wilbur L. Waters "8..,floe ,In Town "

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Elderfield/ IS Bayvlev f\\ 32601, joint owners, Section (at of> Uniform ted on the Bid Forms tornlshed muit- be satisfactory to PMDOEN. d.ceesd'Is.
L Street Quincy .Moss doing business' under the Standard Bill of Lading. > 'NOTICE, by the ArchitectIn the Owner. The Owner: pending''In the Circuit..
I Legaitices 02169. nomof 'STARKE Gator Frelghtways, Inc INTENTION the Project Manual reserves the right to, Court for trodford Courv
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH- Car'rier'1232tchg .TOREGISIFJLFICTITIOUS and will be based on a 'wolve Informalities In ty, Florida. Probate Dtvlslon -
YOU ARE HEREBY DODGE. INC. N. .'any bid; .'to accept any ,
,1320 1229tNTHEORCUIT / ( NAME; Single lump-Sum Con .the address ;jof
'I. NOTIFIED that action Tempi Avenue, Stork. Bid bid which h*considers to.
on tract security In the which for the adoption of LESLIE Florida 32091, Intends to Pursuant to Section'; i form ef a Bid, Bond or ... In his best Interest I A!, '.}t Court. Probat Division,.
VINSON THOMPSON has register Mid fictitious, v COURT OF. 063.09. Florida Statutes, Certified ,Check mod* and to"reject' any snrLolt. ?, radfertt.. County Courthouse
I'i I'I I been filed. against you nom under the BRADFORD COUNTY? 'notice .to herebygiven, '''payable to- Bradford' btds. '. ,, Stork. Florida .
I'I and you are required to oforoMld statute,, .ti; FLORIDA t.. thet SETTLES ,ENTER- Union. \Guidance. Clinic Guaranty Bonds'I* th* .!139091.- The name, and
i serve a copy of your DATED this I4lh day of 5 CIVU.ACTION FRWM, INC.; 1101' S.. 'Inc In an amount equal form of a Performance ..address**,,,of the! per-
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written def.n.... If December, 1983. /* MO, 83-S01-CA. five SX Sand and a- labor end. I .
I \ any ) 'f I TY plaintiff' attorney to It, on the Petltlone-'s 12/22 4tpd l/12 : JWBV Fforld.\Id09f II"sol., I the base bid will be required -:i Material foyment Ban* the: persojpal, roprosw ;
IN THE CIRCUIT whose address In re the marriage of > : In amounts equal to ones'hundred : i tativ .
I Is Post attorney whose name ,owner, dajna.. businessvndr asa guarantee : attorney or* set
COURT FOR Office Box 99S, Starke, and address Is: Wm. A. NOTICE ; ', BRENDA "OMlftO,' tlw ttwtioys name" I (thai "' Bidder will enter percent (IOOK( befow. ... ,
j BRADFORD COUNTY. Florida on or before 9 "...nt. III, Eiqulre, BES- 'INTENTION: Wife AS'M:; \ ', US TCOt ,VAlUf.' Into a'written Contract of the Contract Sum will! MI ,
I FLORIDA January 1984 and fit. SENT MOODY C TO REGISTER : and mi'* t ARL : and with the Owner If his, bid ,be required. of the sug4 ;
CIVIL DIVISION the original with the SALZMAN, 403 West FICTITIOUS N.VAE' SANTIAGO aOMBfcX! '" p......TiBt. IIOIjrl .to accepted.: No Bidder. :e.ifur Bidder:( Utmjlands 1: 'f Ii--
CASE NO. 83-488 clerk of this Husband t withdraw his ( will be wrlrien on ,
court either Georgia Street, P.O. Box Stark,' may ; < bidI .
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before service on plain 10S6 Storks' Florida. Pursuant to' 'Sactlo ,+ PiNOTICiIt1'4ROFf,1t 37041. Intends. to y I within. sixty((60)) calendar ,the f forms Included In the : l '
ERNEST JACKSON and tiff's attorney or Immediately 3 091. -and file the 865.0.,. Florida Statute, 'y' ,: "'" fictitious ;days .after/'th.: "_of prolect manuah ,HOI'ICI(1)(! .11 claimsrnst
'. GLADYS JACKSON thereafter; original with th.clerk of notice |> hereby.given., ti I [date of the opening Constructionipocuments the estateand
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Plaintiffs, otherwise a default will th. above-styled. courton that Charlie Crlbbs, P.O. 1BI ...'13 sap .of...." [thereof. ,*%f,' "tFlorida I$ : .,' but may be'anNiomind obecnon( by 'an ,
vs be entered. against you or before Jonuary'5'h. Box 1244. Stork, Flat\ ROMERO, $Bsl4fane* 1HIc.._ I hR7.i! : ,, licensed not obtained -, .,( Wrested person ito ;.-
h IDA POWERS for the relied demandedIn A.D. 1984; otherwise 32091, sole owner doing Unknown' ".. .r?;.t2/184tchgl/OS ,general contractors may at!the\ faHawtnvfeat.' !".. J'fIMII; naMca wet mailed.. :.'
and others. the the llrmname .. NOTIRD; !; limit ol. hares: aft R.otn that.
complaint. a (udgsment may business under YOU > .' secure a two ((9)) challenges 'th*
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Defendants. WITNESS hand only te., foraDISSOLL :. ', of Jacksnv .' $erMld4tef. ; f :
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my and be entered against you of CKIBBS WOOD tact .. sets drawings a and weMHy of' the will< the ,
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+ December 6, 1983.GILBERTS. the complaint/ or p.11.lion. Road. Starke. Florida !K'' ,:t.. ', .!,\,.. :I :office of the Architect. change ;.Florida. lnc.iGolneiville. '..... .rpresent! .
rY ,! NOTICE, OF ACTIONTO BROWN 32091 Intend, to ", 'alY/s/ ih,: 4'S. {by.depositing therewith, I 'vsnue/or jurisdiction of ."
''e t''Pot As Clerk of the Court I. WITNESS my hand and ''register .old flet"...... eyott 4 ...; ie I i One Hundred' Twenty- Ocofev flerlda.i: on., 411'1.. j r tits. Ceurtfn : .
: IDA POWERS and By: ....Iah Moody the seal of sold Court on name "under' ; ,th,, written W 'G'slldttitas' ; (Five ($125)) dollars for. after 13 DMember -AU CtAIMS AND O$
!: anyone claiming under. Deputy Clerk December 6th, A.D aforesaid ._...,. 'J> / fallen ', '. .. ....... c..z :each set. 'The' 'deposit' .UNICIN :'JKtlQNk NOT SO mUD
or through h.r AddressUnknown 12/08 4tchg 13/29 ,.. 1983 DATED this 21.t day of DA M. Rt, '' (;,ssM in caeetttlen".new wlllb/ refunded upon GUIDANCE ClIMtC./ / .IMC,. .yiML. |US)_ SMMOuae kj&R.'.
I GILBERT BROWNAs December 1983.,!' facility. in ,00000.-.c.j l ''return of said Items In- ..W. Mesife*; ,...... J7 7"r ( ..
.,_. Clerk of Said CourtBYiMdrkmMcRoe .12122, 4tJd 11'12 31F.brvory 0911tiydlt"O! rMS 'VwWh, "*. #.... ; I good condition within .Vfclt.f'rtlllfdint m:.rublleotlo of. 'this ..
I ''II YOU ARE NOTIFIED ,, I! },, -I i ......pA Wand I ,fourteen days after the Of the hosed 'a12n e'f a;I ke hoe ,, hsatm* ;
r. I mat an action to quiet- tl-, IN THE CIRCUIT As Deputy Clerk :NOTtCt- > ,(,.., FII. the ,uy .... RIIMae1. Jr.. Art 'Ii I dote of opening of bids 2tdit l'i' 1Uec, : r'ANNE
1I I tie and reform a deed. ofconveyance COURT OF FLORIDA 12/08: 4tchg 12/29' NOTICE"1.'I .; hereby clerk of ''M :'chftfct..2239 NolhwesY f jH the general.contractor v-: :. L******. ..
relating to'- EIGHTH JUDICIAL, b.for pen"ttudq ..4T4t..Serest. Suite. ,200. (desires monr.thon two ;iN Rprs9rtatn>*t'
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1j oilowlna CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR .- given that on Monday' .). Fto.klo: will t' sets of such Items, these' '. PIIt GIH
j the f orooerty In ,, BRADFORD COUNTY, January 2.194 at 10:00 'rr.VI.: J: .
NOTICE ... the Oty' may be purchased'by' .. Route J. Boor 89
r Bradford County, FLORIDA o'clock AM.f, the under y f l; Js. : th ; of 1 .
OF INTENTION ) m 71y C.mxn>sslan' Re.MVright paying /cost ,: .Metro. .FlAt'i.
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Florida: CIvIl Department TO REGISTER signed. Cater, Mt.rd S : I '(' CU\I....,. Brarke9oddC ., ., reproduction and handling .. .. ." '". *
I ELL of SE-/4 of NW% wf CASE NO; !83-457-CA' FICTITIOUS- NAME FrelQhtways:' Inc. wlll At ,/ ;until JcOO fM.tlma !' charges,"which will .
SW% S.ctlon28., sell at public auction for 10.returned [not be refundable.F; ""rSubcontractorskendt5. TIii } ; '.
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I Township South Range IN THE M mROfI' Pursuant f Section cash .or,.217) Commonwealth wi fD.e.m i :' "..x'fE'.., ..is" .tt..; .,.:..., .j. 'r
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I a County graded rood LESLIE VINSONTHOMPSON. notice Is hereby ;. Jacksonville, Florida r'. 1 purchds drowln '.opKspMlflcathMHI ) ;,; \\B4b.14., ;''i' ''A'; 1\k.i:- j. ... 1 ,
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van Ronald 1. Anderson and Ni t'-win be'. Architect by paying the. ,CAOMfHWT ATrONK ..
i. to serve. a copy of your NOTICE qF ACTIONTO James G. Walker, 320 vice Center. Belle Glad.' unopened. ondi COM of reproduction"" and. T .. ...
written defenses If any N.E. 23rd Ave.'. Gator Florida end to satisfy freight i tystt no4 b*canslalered. handling cnoiryHt The administration/ of tooIf .
to H on RICHARD I.WEt ; Mr. Gordon* t Auto Sales. Gainesville, under storage ''charges All bids most be submhv Bidders quallfkatlon the .--.tote of HA.R., IV292tdtgt/l' '
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Painstaking attention to detail'pays off for 'carpenter-furniture maker
Gene Norman of Lawtey with beautiful-, finished, products that", attract
.customers from all over the area. ;, ; <
Once Just a hobby. Norman has turned his talents Into a licteline business.
Piece by piece he builds quality wooden furniture for neighbors and friends. .,
"The more I do, the more I want to do," says Norman local farmer by
profession;' ''',Jr' always ,look ,forward> I to trying" to building, something
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Norman'farm and shop are located%i 'about? four miles) west of Lawtey on .

SR-223.. "rye been piddling around with wood .since, I was a child,and I've
<" ,never gotten bored with It, .' reflected Norman;r;\ ; ( : -
.. Norman started taking his hobby serious after building" his new house and
furniture to fill four rooms of it. SelH.ugbi..Norm.n has learned the profession -
by trial and error; "I, do wish that I had gone. to classes, but there 'Just
weren't any around.'.' .
Moat items are made of either pine or birch wood.""One of my biggest problems
Is finding good materials. usually go to Jacksonville. because I have
a better selection claims Norman.
With bigger selection to choose from Norman)can find the better quality,
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Item that Norman'specialize in are gun cabinetbook '4,5505' head
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boards and sometimes kitchen cabinets "I) really don't lib the. big lobs like ; t44 ,ra$7r
kitchen cabinets. I'd rather work on one piece at a time!!' 's'.J n
During tills Interview, Norman was finishing his first comer cabinet. The'
product Is for Linda Patrick of Starker: "This has really> been a challenge,"+
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fine detai y'The further I get along.on* piece, the morel get enthused about:, 11 T

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i. I ByMarkFrtedlla scouting as a scoutmaster as early as 1917 after being a member since! 1911.
CT Staff Writer;, In 1926 Dr. Mont. WhIting Horton and the couple moved
Bradford County Scoutmaster David Montgomery retiring this month afterover 'to Late city; where they established a minis that lasted over 40 years.
i..iiI : .young men who enjoyed scouting over the years as members of.Troop 70 awarded the prestigeous Silver Beaver award by the North Florida Council.
111J :, '. "I've seen a lot of boys become men while they'were in scouting. It's one of In 1953. the Suwanee Presbytery purchased a large tract of land near
the best things young person can be involved In," Montgomery reflected last .keystone and named it Camp Montogomery In his honor.
i:; ,'week as he examined three bulging scrapbooks carefully) kept over his career. Dn Mont. received the Freedom Foundation's George. Washington Honor
?' ." !"The experiences and friendships you gain stay with you forts lifetime. Medal In 1955.. iG .
f' ', .." .: There's no better character builder that I know of than scouting. It has produced He served as a scoutmaster for over 50 years'and fathered?.three sons who
: '. .'l' some good lenders for our society over the years,something we. need In :were all Eagle scouts James, Edwin and David.
.. this country right nOW more than ever before.1 ."My father was certainly the strongest Influence on my scouting career,"
r ,Montgomery had some big shoes to fill as a scoutmaster; and If you've ever 'Montgomery remembered.."He was a man who believed more than
been to Camp Montgomery near Keystone Heights you might know why It anyone else I've known that scouting builds character In young people. He
E was named for his father,* Dr.E.F. Montgomery" ,'who was a pioneer in, well.happen all his life and I saw it during my yean as a scoutmaster as
scouting In this area for over 50 years. Into the troop !as Immature youngsters and leave as grown
.. "Dr..1dont"f,' as be was affectionately called: by his peers and the many men ready to handle what life throws at them." -.
.. ., .. 1f ": 'scouts under leadership, received a Master's degree from Princeton and a .
David# Montgomery,' it'1 Theological Degree from Princeton Seminary" iHa was ordained into the > Please ee... Scouting

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> ;? T -Jj' {,' "5 W't ; .? \ !,?1' Wallshop Sunday;January 27 \ 4ffl! v i ? : %. "' ... ]fl"ir
M.dlord Tone. f'Th.T foci thoip ,W x t>hopt Include AmMi by Anna Pinson. ,. : 't,1 \t- .rV' I, ;
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a big croM-caunty rival when they. Joke on the S-3 .Indian In JV-vorilry matchup: ,"Mflht; by Pdftwlo Dennis end Whlnw y Boik t.. taught by Valoria .Pothlo.. '. : '/':".'. '4 New jlli: 'fit'i\ ; J 7 w .f ",'';. "
Nt to begin If 6 p.m.JV( squads) and I p.mvonity( ).the game could ha>..an trepan an' .', \ Fees: or: $4 ,far the aanaral public:' S3 for )a.mboe. of the Florida Slat MuMum ploy... S ,'. :"'. tr'
th* roc' for 1h*dltrkt crown and I*th* I lrl.meeting .... team this year In baiket-. ,:AMoclalM,Workshop participants' may b* required to bring materials or purchase kit The Gainesville Community Playhouse open: It* production of an Alan Ayckboum ,.
ball.. L., "' -' '1'Ofttho ,",'ruetor. > : .,: f1 \.' v> !1"'r XM comedy.Absurd Person Singular," and,will run through Jon, 27 In Gainesville. .

Jldtet* may.be,t porchomed! at botkichoolru: I !In. advance... .,| Call. the museum' JrWMWt" c'',1M. further ln omta,,, .lon.f t'.1f; \ ,,}; ';1.1.\ 't. "
'/ i-:1 :1 ,I Hove an announcement*,.Cot It In la u* by Monday at S p.m. and wo can put It In the
Uflten Coufity;Tiger. i./Wlllliton ,The Tloer' boost amMhar!'owgh fa. when... Wllltoton : : : : .". Community Colencler.LocoI event, church gathering apocIoI..........* or now group
come to town,a* the regular >*aon re.ume after !the Christmas break/Tha,, game I h organlilng will .bo Included on r.......,. Wa mint ak that you keep them a* conclM 1 a*
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cond tl.... Ibis" ea-(they Won- the first game at Rapist In ana of the dour game of ,,".. j4\! : ''': > J. / j '..TUJiUi/WS/ ,.."Conc.rtspwogr..iv '
th. season In November) In a game Seth begin/ W.dn..doyl'Jan! |I' '. Sin the KHHS Gym.' 'Sttwonnee' k lthfer. '.ScenemU'' :'Council' will '.me Ijonuary36.. In Lak. ....1...
ta-lum..The JV team.begin I! ..,6 p.m. followed by,ma vanity. Ham elf S p.m. i'Jllr !' 't. : "' w'''' "
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roeker ..city Council meet Tuecday,,Januory'lO at th'clr hall HI arooluMVA <'+ ,tdum.tiA :- ; "
ff l.irkf rid +' tr railmr ir''te; on''Thur n" .,,,,t riw:,; "'f.-"t. : Sall i bring a ep.docularconcet I and light slow to Atlanta'* Omni Cancan
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Jessica Brandis turned two years
old In August. At ten-months-ola, she "
had begun walking. Soon Jessica was WA5'
running, lumping and skipping.Then _
one morning in April Jessica woke up i 4'j '
with a sore foot and lire for the active' ,
20-month-old little girl seemed to turn' 4
Into a series of nightmares.. _
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months ago. "At first I thought she'd 1A
stepped on pebble, but after waitinga
while and It (Jessica's foot) didn't
get any better,we took her to the doc-
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It would be the first'of many tripe to
the doctor for Jessica. X-rays would
become a common procedure for the
little girl to go through. But the
medical evaluations wouldn't stop
with x-rays. An orthopedic'' surgeon
would be consulted and bone, scans, 19=s lzf
blood tests, fluid drawn from her }
ankle,more x-rays, two hospital stays r f .e : Over l.bOO titles available
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and a cast'on Jessica's leg for four -
weeks were the many procedures reqUired '
in the'search for "some .' '
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swell? What was causing this once 332 W. Madison Starke 964-7701
active little toddler to slowly be losingthe
use of hr left leg

In spite of the numerous tests con- ---
ducted on Jessica and the knowledgeof
Branclis and her motherKaren
some of Gainesville's best doctors Jessica ,
a diagnosis still alluded the medicalprofession. .
Jessica run no longer does Jessica will arrive in Greenville and the morning evaluate the necessary, treatment '
And when doctors told Jessica's jump no longer, does Jessica skip. of Dec.30, Jessica will begin an needed for Jessica When this Is 50000'
parents Glen and ',Karen' Brandis, And walk,whenever she uses anything Jessica available does try fora to evaluation! .process' ",at ,the! .clinic.;in determined, Jessica will return to the(; I .. -' '
that "sometimes you have to realize brother Greenville. t Shriner's Hospital for whatever treat;
crutch the coffee table,her REW'
these things can't be helped it was Jason's shoulder, her mother's leg. Jessica's"sponsor1' throughout bier ment is'deemed necessary. AlRD'Forinformatlon"Ieding
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hard medicine for the couple to Involvement with, the..gbrlner'sHospital How, optimistic are the Shriners.,
swallow. Indeed it seemed impossible But Jessica lives In an environment will .be, Keystone tShrlner over the outlook for Jessica "We feel
to believe that Jessica's condition was that surrounds her with love. A Max Mooneyham. ', '.': :
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certain that and
t If when we get through,' ,' to a""esf" f conviction
beautiful child with blue ,
"such a mystery to very good, deep eyes "Whenever doctors reach the enc of she'll be well,".said Mooneyham em..
doctors," as Karen put it. and smile light which blonde is contagious.hair,Jessica Jessica's wears a the line,the Shrmers take over,"*.*< phatically. of the. person' or persons, responsible I
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"She's always,been such a happy plalned Mooneyham
brother, Jason, who is six, doesn't let 'r Needless to say the Brandis family
baby, except Karen when she's watched in pain Jessica, ex- the fact that his little sister can't run And by take 'over, Max means feels the Shriners are a very special for the B&E and loss of stereos ami
plained as/she and ,walk hamper his playing' with everything Regardless 't>f financial group of people."U anyone has an op-. '
cheerfully playing. In the family's liv- her. He gets right down on the floor capabilities, when the Shriners sponsor portunlty to theShrlners..well :
ing room. with Jessica and together they crawl a child, they provide transportation It just meansto)much, | TVs' ,and decor kits( I from. 'Oll.s''MOI. H '
Jessica's foot is now swollen from around and play.Sibling rivalry In the to and from the hospital, food and to children who otherwise would
the instep up to her ankle, and the Brandis household has turned into lodging for the'' child and family' never walk,"said Mrs, Brandis as. Home Sales:-'964-5606.:
more she uses her leg, the more sibling love. member who accompanies the child, 'Jessica reached for her mother's leg
swollen her foot becomes and most to steady herself. ;;
throughoutthe importantly they provide
day. At the tender age of two, future.But :there is hope for' Jessica's the finest medical faclliUes and staff .... _.. .. ..1 _
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j pain she feels whenever she puts The Morocco: Shriners Temple of Max and his, wife will,be driving
fi weight on that|ootv No longer does which the Keystone Shriners are affiliated Jessica and her mother Join Us aUhe ESWIQ: Lodgef
with, are seeding'Neesims reeds l'Vllle.. It is eStpfeteffthal'Jessica KllL.Initial y. 5 -c ,, + \ .t\ ': iMttSpLU, HI
I the Shriner's Cl'\pptlt"1\ bit tfeit .;!:J. there jwIJ; iMayC2d t one oil >I.\ <. .. .:iVOtt aw,lKS tMnU at"'>,&msa w.xZAnwunori . .
Hospital In"'Greerrv Ue. 'AI'C 1 Q ., :: testing.ioMU> l bt t w '1' c t? '" ''''.tf'Jf' -'.-- mq/flerrr'ftM'/
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23-year-old woman and two south of Lawtey where, Trooper
Jacksonville men have boon arrested William Abrams of the Florida
for the armed robbery of the Handy Highway Patrol
Way Food Store at be junction of Eunice of the Brae Sammy County
Cft-lt and Morgan Rd. near Starke. f* Department stopped the ,1k1
The robbery took place at approx. She ,
imately 1:15 p.m. on Monday, The following three subjects hi the
December 28th and five minutes later vehicle were arrested and charged
the three suspects were arrested. ,with armed robbery; Anita Johannes -
One of the suspects entered the David a
store Wayne Wetherby 29, and /
and held the clerk at gun point Blending Dewitt Hughes, 111., 19, all of
demanding the cash from the Jacksonville.
register.' He then fled the store with The subjects 'are being held In the
an undisclosed amount of cash and Bradford County Jail each under a
entered a waiting vehicle down 'the 910,000 bond, following-( s' first ap
road to the side of the store. pearance.

Steve BSckue'who lives in the are* The money taken from the store, t.
and has a background in law enforcement which was a small amount,, was
observed the suspect fleeing recovered along with the weapon, a
from the store and the clerk coming small handgun,, used hi the robbery.
;:i; from the store and motioning toward The Investigation Is continuing into
: the Peus..B followed the ,the possibility the suspect may have
officers ,until law en' been Involved In other burglaries in
f'1 forcementa were notified and the Jacksonville area, ,according to
.caught up with the vehicle,on US-301 Sheriff Dolph Reddish.

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V Twenty-eight people will die In traf ,perhaps crippled for life."
tic' accidents in Florida during ,the 'Accident are the results of drivers,
1984 New Year's holiday period unless' .and pedestrians failure to obey the
there Is a drastic change in drivers laws governing the use streets and.
behavior according to a prediction' highways. .
released today by the Florida Statistics( show that of the 24 fatal
Highway Patrol. ,accidents over the 1983 New Year's

The 78 hour holiday weekend'will .holiday period, drinking was. a-contributing -' r-----: II c' ,.',..' .' v \ .. : ( .. '
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,and end midnight Monday January i, cldent'The Florida Highway Patrol's aes; 'Fire damages home In SwaJJ'Lako Estates,, KeystOne:..,
1084. This prediction Is based on the records show the drinking
fatuity experienced during the past driver Is a contributing'factor In more Fire was responsible for the loss. of two homes, a cabin' and a truck In In a Hampton the hone of Bernice Durham was completely destroyed
three .New Year's. ''accidents over the New Year's than' Keystone Heights, a hone bt Hampton sad damage to three other homes In Christmas Day leaving her with only the clothes she was wearing.
:any ,oI.her.1Iaaid.''Colonel Burkett Bradford County over the weekend.An ./ ,.., Another fire, apparently starting around a fireplace,malted In damage to
CoIObCt'B blJy R.'Burkett, director 'We will concentrate our efforts this early Christmas morning fir* sweep through the lake home or.J.... two rooms Christmas night at the home of B. Holtxendorf', Jr.on Edwards
of the Florida Highway Patrol said, weekend on the drinking driver by the Keene at Swaa.Lake Estates near Key ilone.An Loop near Starke. One Ire on 8R-Z2S was Ignited daring attempts to keep
"The 26 deaths during the New Year's ''use of Drunk Driver! Enforcement ; 'water pipes from freesia a house la Pleasant Grove received minor damage
ty inoliday last year- brought needless'' Squads and arranging shifts so as to early morning fire Monday ..eU"faailly homeless Keystone, a double from sparks from an outside fire a carpet was Ignited from sparks from a
7 tragedy and grief into the lives of the ,have the maximum number 'of wide mobile home belonging to Mae Wheeler was completely dlitroyed fireplace In a house on SR-1C and an electric heater ft* an office trailer on.SIMM
victim families at the rate of one troopers working during the peak A new cabin:at Camp Immokatoe and a 183. Ford. pickup were also loft by Ignited furniture
I i death every three hours. In speaking drinking periods. Let this be a caution fire In Keystone : ',??,11' There. were no fires reported within. the Starke city limits.
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I: Jr'Food' Store' Ishmeal i'Avon'Trull; driving a119781{ i 'the 'vehicle. Robert&,"driving" :MO:?! < .

Ford was backing into a private automobile, was northbound when his j TERM II EVENING SCHEDULE 1983-84
Robbed Dec. 23 They ,
I. .drive when he backed into a residenceon vehicle ran off the'roadway.
i Maddiisonr' at North Cherry St. in Starke, accor- driver ''apparently overcorrected; (A State 'supported community college serving Clay Putnam and SL Johns Counties)
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'} Startore robbed ding to Patrolman Paul Rhoden: causing the vehicle to return to the. ,
December 23 when a lone white male Trull was taken Bradford road and overturn 2V4 times accor-i Classes End 24 1984
entered the Store at 8:07pm.'and Hospital by< Sgt.\V a Wilkinson -ding to Trooper Steve Allain., ? h Classes Begin: January 5., 1984 : April ,

$t pointed a small hand gun at the clerk. where be was Freased The MG caught; fire and was totall-f/ SECTION COURSE NO. TITLE CREDIT TIME DAY
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the In the cash and Bond for the :Marvin N. Smith the accMdent .
- money register charges was set at a ,
't* then made her lie on the floor while be total of WOO, TrulLwas released: after was. not alcohol. related and noT. PALATKA CAMPUS
left 'according ''to Patrolman Paul he posted a $150 cash bond and on his' chargesjvvre.filed: '
'Rhoden. '" ,; own recognizance for the $350 bond. t ::0111 MAN29DO Principles Management 3 7:00.9:45 WIt
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A Marion County man was arrested :'SR-21 aabo 7miles north. accidentne furniture drapes and decorator items < I Practlcti; ::3
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Elise M. Hansen I' John J. Torruella Clem Mcllrevey; Ft.' Lauderdale. five years ago. : ,' :' Cemetery, Melrose, with the Jones A native of Atlanta Mrs. .
Mrs. Elise Marie Hansen 93, of John J. Torruella, 78, of Miami Mrs. Virginia Green, Miami. ", She was member of the Friendship Funeral Home of Keystone Heights in was the widow Of Charles C. Barton.}
Starke, died! Sunday, Dec. 25, in the died Sunday in the South Miami, "Mineral services will be held Frl- Bible Church of _Keystone charge of arrangements Surviving are her daughter, Mrs,e
Whispering Pines Care Center following Hospital. A retired automobile -uay, Dec. 30, at l 'avesldtt.In'CroBbyLake Heights and Is survived. by her hus May Hatcher, Starke; her sonJ
a long Illness.A mechanic and former resident of. Cemetery with Rev Ben Bryant band, Carl E. Young, Melrose' ; two Sarah B.,Barton Charles C. ,Barton, Atlanta; hew
20- ear resident of Keystone Starke, Mr. Torruella was a member officiating. Jones Funeral Home of daughters, Mrs O.H. Stephens, Graveside services for Mrs; Sarah sister, MIl Emmie May Wood Grecnlville
Heights before moving to Starke eight of the Coral Gables Presbyterian Starke in charge of, arrangements. Macon, Ga. and Mrs. JPMorgan\ Bookhart Barton, 83, of Atlanta, Ga. S.C.; her brother, William I BJ
years ago, Mrs. Hansen was a Survivors include his wife; Mrs. Montgomery ,Ala.; one brother, was held at 3'p.nt. Saturday at Bookhart of Elioree S.C.; four grandchildren
Virginia II. Russell Hedrtck, New York; one Westview Barton
Young Cemetery in Atlanta. Linda and Wendy
member of the Keystone Heights Ines S. Torruella of Miami two *
Community.Church. Miss Irene Torruella; Mrs. Virginia H. Young. 64, of sister, Eleanor' Hedrtck, New Windsor 'Mrs. Barton, a retired librarian at Atlanta Ga., Harry M.Hatcher;HI o
Survivors include one daughter, Miami daughters and Mrs. Sonia Grottola, Long Melrose, died Saturday in Mon- N.Y. and three grandchildren. Georgia Baptist Hospital, died Friday Starke, Gayle Hatcher. Weaver ot
Mrs. Lily W. Olsen of Richwood, Island N.Y. one brother, Charles tgomery, Ala while visiting her FUneral services were held at 2 She was a charter member of Gainesville; three great grandchildren
Minn.; two sons, Hans Hansen, Birmingham Torruella, M1amli four sisters, Mrs.Mary daughter.Born pm. Tuesday in, Friendship Bible Carolina Baptist Church, the Holly and Harry M. Ha)
Ala. and John Hansen, Dearriba, Coral; Gables, Mrs. in Allentown Pa., Mrs.Young' Church with" Dr. Joseph. Arthur'officiating South Club and the Georgia Cher IV. Starke. and Brett,Weaver c
Kenosha, Wls.; eight grandchildren Frances Sebastian.Puerto Rico,Mrs, moved to Melrose item MaconGa." : Burial;! : was. In,? E lam Baptist,Gray Ladles. Gainesvlle. ,

and 11 great l 'andchildren. _.. ___ u____ n_'_ _._- -- .
Funeral services will be held at 10

with a.m.Rev.Thursday Buddy;Dec.Frledlin 29, at'officiating.graveside, e: Ad Good thru January 1', 1984 Open New Year Day 12.6 pm .

Burial will be in Keystone Heights
Cemetery with Jones Funeral Home y
of Keystone Heights in charge of ar-

rangements. hew e4Q ,

James Lester Leach pM

James Lester Leach, 57, of Starke,
died Monday, Dec. 26. at his :O
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A veteran of World War II, Mr. :'
Leach was of the Baptist faith. I ,
Survivors include two daughters. ,o q ;
Sandra Howard of Jacksonville and' :
Anita Aguiire of Starke; four sons, I
Glenn Leach of Palm Bay, Fla., Marvin -
Leach of' Mississippi, James I
Leach of Raiford and Charles Leachof Mo. 7970Soundeslgn i
Lake Butler; one sister, Mable I
Lewis and one brother, Lester Leach,
both survive.of Starke. Eight grandchildrenalso Panasonic RX-4955 I II. I

Funeral services held ,
were Mid-Range
Wednesday, Dec. 28, at 3 p.m. at FMAMFMSTEREO I I Showtoons I I ;!
graveslde In Kingsley Lake Cemeterywith .
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the Rev. D.E. Willis officiating. -I. Clock! RadioTelephone!
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of :
Starke in charge of arrangements.Iris ,

K. Miller Radio Cassette Recorder i
Mrs. Iris Kathryn Miller, 77, of
Macclenny, died Monday, Dec. 26 In Reg. '94.86 I ,Cordless Reg. '99.84; :
the Macclenny Nursing Home.
Born in ,Columbia County, Mrs. U

school Miller system attended, moved the Columbia to Jacksonvilleand County $7700 a $8484 :

was a member of the Springfield
Baptist Church. She moved to Mac-
clenny in 1973 and had lived there un- : 2J : '
til her death.Survivors

include one daughter, ., : !
Patricia Becan of Macclenny;' one '
sister, Mildred Geoghagan of Mac-'. \ \ : --m [,
clenny; one brother, J.B. Tanner and / ,. [
one grandson also survives. i i''
Funeral services will be held Thursday i'f f
Dec. 29, at the Philippi Baptist
Church with the Rev. James Cowart 16 'oz. 20 count t
officiating Burial will be In the Assorted :
Cemetery with Archie Tan- Unisonic 10 Memory GTE Fashion Plate GTE"Stariite -
ner Funeral Home of Starke in chargeof .PlasticCUPS
arrangements. TOY Auto Dialing .
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PHONE.Universal i

Thank You j Telephone j

To all the friends and neighborswho I Herns. P 0 N E .J Dialing 1', set Roca diJl.o ; ,
helped and who sent food and < .. t''rS! r n t.. 'v!'''.t'' ri "".>, tlll .,141' R'cuf t Y 1 .. :J t. n.TT l.\1)hrf.l\ 0iaA(4v err! : < 73 ws' v! M
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death of our beloved oneG.R.'Hall. '" !
Hazel Hall and family forClearance : ir
$ $3.g' $12i6. ] 0
Gerald S. Roberts 67
Gerald Stephen Roberts 34, of San-
ta Fe Lake Melrose, died Tuesday,
Dec. 27, of Injuries received in an 1 x'I
automobile accident which occurred
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about 7 miles North of Keystone f
Heights on Hwy 21. I .
Mr. Roberts was a supervisor with
the Florida Wire and Cable Companyof .
Jacksonville; was of the Baptist
faith and was a member of the National ,
Hot Rod Association.
Survivors include his wife Carol :
Everett Roberts and two daughters 8.5 oz. 51 count Boys,and Mens Mens
Roberta, all of 1
Jennifer and Kelly
Melrose; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Selected !'
Orlando J. Roberts of Melrose and StyroCUPS Fashion -I APRONS. InsulatedCoveralls

one sister, Mrs.Kathy Jan- Kinsey of ., .'
Jacksonville. Shoes I
Funeral services will be held at 2 Briefs i Reg. '2.97 i .
pm. Thursday Dec. 29, in the DeWittC. 1 ;
Jones Chapel In Keystone Heights
with Rev. O.E. Boals and Rev.EustisL. Reg. '5.47 $ O n Reg..'37.99
Bradley officiating. Burial will be Reg. 66*' 2 .0
in Eliam Cemetery,Melrose,with the
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone t.
Clearance
Heights In charge of arrangements. 31$100 $397 ( 0 : .


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TVaffic V.ol I ;s ; .cbrdin N Corjiaral5avl lf ; flQo MciTo/EIf'ACnlAt&.Y"/ r'YOVA tut TOTAL ftnn HtoX COMPtunENr suit tttfnor : SERVICE
Morgan was stopped on US-301 one &OT 'HMXLf' A JOg... A5ILIA65 ASAMill.bbll TdoUGNry2UWERB!' / D $6 DiSRAQ.. 'Removal
During Past Week mile south of Lawtey, his blood WHO 1J00LOIIlIIouGNT.. OF we.VOO WORKING CoN5IDE, ( VovgsuJCOMPLIMiJrEo. 1

Nine traffic violations l alcohol content was .20 percent. WA5s. snit &or ... r 1Trimming,
-reported during the past week were In Bond for the charge was set at$300. AttT FAWlK WAN I Stump Removals'
Bradford County Morgan was released on his own EVER TdoUGNT Ponr6LL..
authoriti according to local recognizance.Fred ',Free Estimates

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Firewood
Dean Dwight Ze w of Seminole,W. John Christensen of Lawtey 473-4732
was arrested December 23 and chara-- was arrested December 26 and charged
ed with driving wt license suspend-illiam with driving while Intoxicated, according \ Alter .M.
ed.according to LM Tillotson. to Trooper B. A. Williams. I Keyitono Heights f '
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ller was stopped OD U3-301at SE-- Christensen was stopped on SR-100 \ Licensed K ln urd '
'=Fi sir Iv4h$ a 1'87. LIncoln. near Starke driving a into Pontlac. .J J
Bond for the charge was let at$200. He refused the test for blood alcohol .
Zeller was released alter he posted a content and was additionally charged Fender was Mtopped'on SR-21 south was arrested December 27 and charged -
.surety bond. with refusing to sign. of Keystone Heights,his blood. alcohol with driving under the Influence
Bond for the charges was set at' content Was .10 percent. and driving while license suspended,

Cerise Davis Jenkins of take $323, Christensen posted a cash bond. Bond for,the charge was set at$300.. according to Trooper Williams.
,Fender was released after he posted! a Bond for the charges was set at
Butler was arrested December 24 and, Susan L. Boyette 22, of Gainesville cash bond. $500. Crews was released on her own
charged with driving with unlawful was arrested December 23 and charg- .;)1, recognizance.
blood alcohol blood lever, according. ed with driving while license suspended Ernest Lee Bates of .Hamptonwas'
to Trooper D. C. Roberta. .'according to.Trooper Williams. arrested December 25 and charged Rodney Wallace Stanley of
Jenkins 1878 was stopped on, SR-t00 drivIng Boyette was stopped on US3101mites with driving while intoxicated and Gainesville'was arrested December
alcohol a level Chevrolet of .14 with a.blood north of Lawtey. driving while license suspended, ac* 23 and charged with driving while in- This Week' Only
percent Bond for the cording to Trooper Williams. .
Bond for the charge charge was set at$200. toxicated, according to Lt. William .
set at
was 9300.
Boyette was released on her own Bates was stopped on U8-301aouth Tillotson.
Jenkins was released. after she posteda recognizance.: of the Starke city limits. His blood Stanley was stopped on US-301 at Christmas Sale
bond. After
surety "" alcohol content was .18 percent.' CR-225W, his blood, alcohol content
Douglas Glynn Fender of Melrose Bond for!the charges was set at was .percent..
Sterley Morgan, 61, of Raiford was was arrested December 23 and charged $500. Bates'was released on. his own Bond for the charge was set at$350.
arrested December 26 and charged with driving while Intoxicated, ac- recognizance. ':-. Stanley was released on his own Appliance Supermarket
with driving under,the Influence!! ac jfordlng_to Captain.R.. D. Lewis. Ethel M. Crews,60, of Lake Butleg! recognizance. :


I News Brief 1' :' : :\\1. : I'r.nll" WASHERS DRYERSMAYTAG : 'It.nd' ""

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Minor'LB Accident Hospital where he wad treated for a lined $25 plus"$45.25'court: costs. "> Jake Jill, Jr., pled guilty to a "
broken: arm and a split scalp then Edwin L.,Hodges pled guilty to 'a, charge of driving while license Is ,....
Man ArrestedDWIA released, according; to:'Sgt. -,Waynewilklnsoiu. ,charge of tan improper1' suspended 'or revoked and was. fined .
having
:29-year-old Lake City'man ;was 1 .... : .,' ;driver's was required to $50 plus $71.50 in court coats .
arrested December 23 and charged Bond for the charges was set at a. ,pay $10 in court costs.' I':" *' Adjudication was withheld on .
total of$1,500. He released his Jerome Lemolne pled James Francis Crews who is charged
with driving under the influence and was on Tracy guiltyj
leaving the scene of the accident own recognizance. ,to a charge of driving while Ii l II.I\; with careless driving., He will,pay III! f. Tr-
according '
to Trooper D. Ft Peseta. Damage to the Den was'.listed at ,suspended or revoked and was fined." court costs of $20.25.
Doyle M. Stations,, driving a 1977 1200. $30 plus $71.50 court costs. If hq Steven R. Dobbs presented a valid
valid driver's license bJ.Jan. driver's license In answer to the
Pontiac,. entered SR-231 presents a .
from,
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private drive and stalled in the road- 15 he will pay $10 In court cost,' charge of failure to carry and exhibit ,Y.
way.A1982 Chevrolet,driven by Jana Union'County Circuit'. Ethel{ M. .Crews. pled;intoxicated '1 a driver's license on demand. He willpay
'charge of driving while court costa of $10. In a charge Speed Queen
Fillyaw Hancock,22,of a
Lake City was CourtDisposltions -
In was fined$ s.--
southbound on SR-231. The Chevrolet 'and was fined $250 plus $281.50 h8vlngiftalfne
attempted to miss the stalled Pontiac, December 22 ,court costs. She will be required to doSO William Michael Palmer was fined Automatic Washer Automatic Dryer
by going around the vehicle but the Aaron Bernard Jordan entered a hours of community service work,, $15 for having an expired tag. e Number lln long life ,. Can be completely
left front struck the left side of the '''plea of guilty to charge oflewd and and attend DWI school. Her license Boyce Jeff Sizemore pled guilty to a'' .. Fewer and lower. repair serviced from the front
Pontiac. lascivious action and sentenced to 30 was revoked for six months. : !i' charge failure to display lamps or COlts .. Narrowett full-tile dryer
Damage to'the" Pontiac" was $100,1 months. William Edwin Banks'. Jr., 'pied'guiIty lighting devices and was fined $45.25,
Damage to the Chevrolet was l$800 in," ''*,,'Javier Santiago, inmate.'Was con-' { to a charge of unlawful speed,', Michael Jack Manning pled guiltyto ,
the 6:10 p.m. accident. 'I, ', Meted of aggravated assault and doing 76 mph in a 55 mph speed zone; a charge of operating a vehicle of $398 328
Bond for the'charges ? 'possession of contraband,specifically j fined $50 plus $71.50 in court. an unallowable) length and was fined
Stations against a knife. He was sentenced to 5 years ae 4w, ., .. "n .r.,C $45,25. '
was set at $500. He :
released on his own' recognizance"was for the assault charge and 3 years for ;; itiS of having nO valid driver'. *' Rayford,Martin pled guilty to a 8; ld'I' REFR''GERA'TO') '"R'S' iRANC ES' 1,1l'I IM :: :
from the Union County Jail. ,. the contraband charge;. sentences to ,license against Harold L. Cunrt- charge of DWI and was fined $1,000 II .. t '.
: run consecutively.Harold ingham were dismissed when he plus court costs of$1,069 and sentenced '.
Deer Causes Woodard was found guilty of presented a valid drlver'a license in to 30 days In county jail.
Accident, attempted sexual battery' and court. Rayford Martin pled guilty to a
Pickup Totalled sentenced to 41/2 years in prison. .Sherle Hartley Barnes pled guilty to charge of driving while license is.
'a charge of unlawful speed of 90 mph suspended or revoked and was fined
A deer crossing In front of a west In a 55 mph speed zone and was fined $100 plus court costs of $124 and
bound (973 Toyota pickup truck on $100 plus $124 in court costs, sentenced to 10 days in jail to run con-
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CR-18 caused the driver of the pickup Union County Traffic currently with his other sentence.

to lose control of his vehicle Court Dispositions Charges,'against Rayford Martini; Rayford Martin pled no lo conten I
December. 21 for having an Improper tag and improper dre to a charge of leaving the scene of
Steve Elwood Lodle, 35,'of Brooker December 20 .'t passing was nolled ,by tile an accident and was fined $100 plus ,. ..
attempted to avoid a collision with the Wilma Raulerson Hufsteler entered State Attorney. "\ court costs of $124. .
deer, but lost control lea vlnfl, the roadway 'a plea of no lo contendre and was Klmberla Louise Douglas pled gulH'" Daniel Scott Potter pled not guilty ..-.- .xlwa-
f and traveled 51 feet.The vehicle roundguik ybf making a left turn irrfay ty to a charge J.C.of. unlawful speed, dping -* to a charge 'or driving"while intox- '(11 .whV 1'11' cu.ft. I" '" I" l.', "

'.,\*r41.led 1I\'liIgel\ yver'8t 8Jntllbml.t n'T.' 1re i' 'rBEc lAst on rdfng Its l"td n. ront ne'was OII111 suspended} toaehl4hiclsta.: Ir" wasrhed., .-$75..a 55* topw" -. :speed.She -.. P?.. w-JC S. .trlaJ 'I'' IP.-rc'--.c:,,- ...., -., ... urf 'i-I/ lr.l,; ,' "1I-.JlH'f'{ ,., :.:} ,tE'3 '? 'ltallge'r'r".w.

Trooper D. C. Roberta ,.tor,' James Darin Coleman pled not guilty <, .14 ;W k '.' Side-by-Std3/ Rcfrfprator/ Porcelain enamel broiler
'There were no charges'and no (Injuries to the charge of willful and wanton' {' k e Textured Steel Doors pan with chrome plated
listed on the report In the 4:30., reckless driving. The case is set for anonjury Slide-out Freezer Bin rack
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a.m. accident. : trial.Vincent .
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The pickup was totaled., Edward Tucker pled not \ .;" a Ice Maker Capability Handy storage rack

guilty to the charge of wlllfull and ),
Starke Man Arrested, wanton reckless: driving. The case is '698 $298MICROWAVES
For Criminal MischiefA set for a non-jury trial. "

Robert F. Lewis pled guilty to a ,, ."
Starke man was arrested I for Charge of driving while intoxicated.He HAPPY '
assault and criminal mischief after was fined $250 plus $281.50 for ', lIraJId! fW 'Uril d. '
he caused a dlstrubance at the Score court costs:His license was suspended ,, :, luCh41Qse : ; : *. : i..CI o..,
plan Den In Starke.' and he is required to attend DW1 : ,
Willard Stewart was arrested school and to do SO hours of community NEW YEAR 1':; .. ,._ -
December 22 after be became violent" work with,the Salvation Army,In : -"' -----, --
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and starting throwing bar stools. Palatka. ) "" \ "
Stewart bad been warned not to come 1 A second charge of failure to drive'' FROM ': .. I :! RCA ((0:1
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back Into ,the establishment by the within a single lane was tolled by. the .
owner, who struck Stewart with pool, State Attorney I oP'lll II /
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stick when be attempted to harm her., Johnnie Mann pled ''guilty to a.. Florida: National!l' J

Jenkins was. .taken' tq Bradford, charge of careless driving and: was .... \ ) i,

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Tips 'for returiil: .; giftsChristmas WEW11LEa / Perfect ens, roc for rooms small dorms ditch-: .. Automatic fine tuning

'10'. touch controls Automatic color control
Electronic
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'shoppers'may find information consumer complaint. Ana the first .' ; .and fle.h ton*correction
conceding gift return-refunds, place to turn Is the store's internal CLOSED :: for. easy, accurate settings.' a Solid State tuning

meaningful ,during. the days 'after customer service department for ,
Christinas. belp. < : X298-
258
Many people, both the gift givers But, If all'else falls, remember the. : MONDAY't ,
and receivers, .'are not aware that Department of Agriculture. and Consumer ,, '.. . ,
there is no Florida or federal law entitling Services maintain a consumer I : '
them to a refund. Many storesdo complaint section: to help you.,If you : ', :';;:.\ :GAS'URltL'S' HEATERS''. I:: : :

give refunds;of course, but It Is up have been mislead, or treated unfauvly..you :. 2 .
to each Individual store to set a return can get assistance by writingthe t January. "
or refund policy,according to 1lI'loridaConsumer Division of 'Consumer,Services,
Mayo Building, Tallahassee 32301 or

Hopefully Services.all of you have been wise 'Calf. the, toll-free. .hotline.. 1-400442-2170.. '., . .'. ...-- .-......- '
hoppers, picked store with sound --
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customer service policies and above ._ .

all you saved do when your a gift receipts.needs But to be what returned do- Make Plans, ;Now to' Join Us ,a! the

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.ways.You' Some can handle stores,this will one grant of an three exchange CLUB 25 :New Year's' { v

of the merchandise (or even a ; EveParty
refund) without a sates slip, which r
means you can take back the ua-. ". Dearborn
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wanted or Ill-fitting item yourself.\ ,
..But many stores require proof of, 9:00 pm till... :Saturday Night 40,000 BTU Gas Heater
ask the '
,purchase, so you'U.lioed. to { nm9 41 '
Performance
Efficient
giver to handle the return or ask the' '
his or her' G'A'S' GRILL .l0OSafetyvalve
giver to surrender saUgreceipt.
.(IW last .U awkward I i ',.:5 year burner'guarantee. '..Saves fuel and money

for some .- the price. s '.
becomes known to tlwrcciptont., ) 98 198
HIM that you're armed with a salt 'I- ...-' .. Li
what happens< A stcwe may; Make R t ;i1oft* j&fly "' \

*v. you a caah or credit refund. Or. UlilUJiltJl 'f AttAdkfUlttl its* ** fct* n43atar'uunmiy : ;OWE OF A KIND. OEMO:S ortd CKlTSIOUtS.iijANiiiits
be offard w eschsage CID;; wvfwfvi pmi ivw v wti lui pwriy t 1 : siiFciwua! DWURS
you may i .,' iiM.ito, J mm! m BI.SI
the merchandise or credit for a pili'- t't'r Not _. .. .
.dIMe in a different dngnsrtmaria1roe { -1M':, ,T, '( open for pubic 1 1J' bowling) ". .

...... offer refund at i*.* '
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alL(NcM: a iSatorea .,.Flaw requInII DHESS CASUAL- :BUY.QUALITY:; & BUY SAWYSRAPPLIANCE

refund .to post, a
offering no r
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with ;
= 1i the item Same from a store s',

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iueovrse would lie 10 ash someone In BOWLING SPECIAL .
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s aI aeh8IIP tber nenhandllle.flit credit far Many tile,; Neon t la 6 pm Bawling '1.00 aer a ? g m*, ': rEARii & T.V.

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.I Survey shows many r rural Florlclianafralii: ::; : in their {own.' ;.lh< .l' li ,homes I .



Crime in rural Bradford County 1 II safe than Is necessary and should be fourth of rural Floridians unsafe during the same period.Beulieu's blema In all age, sex race, income or Differences emerged on'j' ,the; effectiveness

definitely on the Increase but percentages read with Interest but not taken in their neighborhoods at night., M...... and Carter's study was community size categories examined.Beaulleu of more Jobs' for the.
can be misleading, according to literally.According. Dr. Bo Beaulieu, Extension Rural prompted by this dramatic increase said property crime were unemployed as a crime :deterrent.
Investigator Don Denton with the to the study by the Sociologist, who co-authored the In rural crime, and they hoped to also cited as top crime problems in While non-white ranked it third on' "
Sheriff'a Department. reachers in the Institute of Food and study with Dr, Keith Carter, Rural measure "whether, that jump! was rural Florida with burglary 1 rated "their' list whlM :placed it eighth.. ....?

Recently released studies may Agricultural Sciences IFAS) at the Sociologist, laid rural resident fear. reflected in residents' perceptions\ of, fourth 'overab; vandalism: Sixth} Increased patrols'was listed
Florida one- of crime are not unfounded. the problem. It was, be said. theft or larceny seventh and jnotor police
make Florida resident feel more. un- Unverglty of nearly ... seventh by whites and tenth by nonwhites --
----- "There is clear evidence that peo-, Of 3,067 persons surveyed in 'a vehicle theft, tenth.Drunken '
pie's perceptions of increased rural 33-eoun.t)sampling area' 61.S percent driving,speeding and traffic ;- while' officers higher and qualificationsfor organizing

Celebrate New Year's Eve. crime are, In' fact, reflecting reality said they thought crime in their com- violations and unlawful possessionand local, police crime prevention groups were "-'
he said. inanity had increased "over the past use of weapons were ranked tenth in elfectiveneaa.0
Beaulieu cited FBI Uniform Grime' year or two" 18.44 percent thought third, fifth and ninth,respectively, be listed fifth and rated :
Report statistics that show crime In had remained about the same,and only added. Robbery was rated eighth as a. by whltes.'ttaugh'non-whites In their ;
thenDON'T rural Florida between 1959 and I960 I.' percent said it had decreased. rural crime problem. neither strategy top ten r.>

COOK jumped 625 percent. Crime iq rural The sale or use of Illegal :drugsemerged The survey also discovered that 5.S Beaulieu said. __ |.

America, overall,jumped 477j ercent ajjhe ,top two-S, pro-'. percent of rural resident in Florida 'Overall ruraf Floridians ranked 'jjstlffer
A Bring the Family & Eat with Us J eel "somewhat unsaie" or "very un penalties, neighbors watching :"
safe" in their homes during the day, each other's property, more. rapid iT
JOIN US FOR :9 l' o"" 7s t feel that way, in, their' ,'police' response, and better outside '
,New Year's Day pp neighborhoods, while n.t percent ex righting around homes as the best 'J

'tt .J.e. EVE '. Q. pressed.fear* about downtown areas ways to cut crime. .,
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BuffetAll "" YEPi"' ''' av or shopping centers. or mail during The; researchers also looked at .,
the day. crime victimization and responses by .
However, Beaulleu pointed'' ,out, victims in rural area. He said that -
You Care to Eat these' figures increase substantiallyafter over
half of rural crimes In the state
:. : Bring'' : dark 1 117 percent said they were go unreported because residents feel
.:.: V; :, somewhat or very usafe in their homeat nothing can be done about it or they'N" '>
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$4.95 ,. 00' I'I night. while 24.1 Aid they felt,unsafe I doubt they have enough evidence to ,_
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T in their fret borhoods. In ,convict the criminal. ?
downtown areas or shopping centers Back to Bradford County, the case
t vt 'It '1 .the or mails 44 and 45.. percent, respectively bid for urns was M4 cases, up from !Ie c

[ Serving Continuously; 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. | were concerned for their safety the 480 cases In 1962. A prime reason "

'New.I for the use Is the Increase In .i ipopulation.
OUR On the other hand he noted, 83 percent : .
BUFFET
INCLUDES .
.I : responded that, they felt 'To use percentages would show a !*
Homemade 'Soup of the Day' e Garden Fresh Salad Bar Yarwith "reasonably safe" or "very safe" in'' '100 percent increase In murder, when :
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their homes after dark, as did over 73 ,in: fact there was one. murder, this\ .>
Fresh Pork Roast e Fried Chicken ,
percent in their rural neighborhoods ,:year, none in 1982. '
Roast Sirloin of Beef Blackeye Peas w/ham hock and over.half In downtown' -areas or A significant Increase during'1983 JfI.
I hopping centers: ? ,was burglary and theft, up from 38
Stewed Tomatoes e Steamed Rice Turnip Greens The IF AS survey also revealed differences cases to 60 cases. However the In- '

Banana Pudding '. Apple Pie e Bread & Butter between whites and nonwhites 'crease was in burglary of out- '
MUSIC DANCING"FUN in what each group consideredthe buildings garages and business and a 3M
Econo -- most effective strategy for reducing decrease in burglary of homes. The
LodgeU.S. crime in their communitie.. recovery rate is 26.2 percent for Brad- '

atBobby's Stiffer,consistent penalties by local ford County which is higher than.the .ks
301 964-7600 Starke courts was rated most effective by 'national average recovery rate. \

whites; however nonwhites rated it The sheriffs office will continue to ,
U Hideaway : only eighth, he said. Nonwhites said ''make this\ a safe county In which to
Subscribe ,neighbors looking out for each other's ,
Union live according to Sheriff Dolph. Red1 1

County.r Today! I J u.s. 301 -. North of Waldo '.' '468-4641 f' prorw tv was the heat.trat.p'F ,dish.\ of n'


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REAL ISTATI LICENSING. In Lak. City.
IRM School o' Real Estate. .Phone fNES.usHER' 2 Immediate Openings' ;

GOVERNMENT vacancies 735-4006 TFN muff 7/14 JOiS-.be filled Thousands Immediately.of 964-5065 [H ; : Nu 964-8131 Waves" i'H


$ 7.634 to 50112. Call 716.842.6000, REALTOR.
Ext. 35625. 2-pd IB .
xcellant Inc.m. for part time home ., '
OMembly work. For Info call MArlar ", 496-2126 J or 496-2903 I

504.641-8003I.t.8401.2-pd
GOVERNMENT JOSS. 360 W..t Main St, Lako,Butler
Stt,999-S90C53/yeor Now hiring. Your 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone 111
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or_. Call 8056876000 Ext. R.1136 OFFICE HOURS .

4-pd 12/22-1/12 Mon.-Fri.f.S Set. '.12 Noon ., FOR SALE New UetI.......... 4zarY
TEXAS REFRINERY CORP.. offert PLENTYOF .f
MONEY plus cash bonuses, fringe Beautifully decoroted'spoclous 4 bedroom home In lake Butler.One of,a Kind I "-n8mSp co..R ome.Spoco.:
"benefits to mature Individual In Lak. I located on approximately 1 acre fenced and with pool..lDEAL for entertainment. By Appointment Only. Priced j
Butler area. Regardless of experience, pappyN w'Y.ear below Replacement vlu..Mlght trade f or Mce.'country haMsvUrr/ : :''' ." ..nAftM*.':Yl'f: .,A\itA&ffJf\ *"J-',H,\'w A, : q ijr l ,
writ.A.D. Searft, ,r... Texas Refrlnery i : Lovely 9 bedreomoetwOs: .home n-f.awe fenced. mil.*Jrem city limits o ?lakftKittf; I ,'} i fv]'//1PIr'*d: .rr4. lh
you yoUttonfldence'tnus. 'I- +
Corp.. Box 711, .Fort Worth, Texas Thank for home has real country appeal. Na close neighbor. A NEAL: BUYU.. ., ,. Y ; +.,.. no. "
76101.1-chg 12/29 We have enjoyed working with .3 bedroom home In lake Butler on '. afro. Just one block from SR 121. $16,900. SOLD ,SOLD SOLD h .Psf I Is

each and every one of our clients this .3 bedroom home on 1 acre WorthIngton Spring area. Newly decorated Inside' and out. Ha additional' structure In.

FOR RENTTY..EW.ITERS We have many extra ser bock of home. IDEAl far IN-HOME BUSIN SS. : i i
past year. Beautiful Country Home on I beautiful homeslte with U pecan tree on S acre. Cent. H/A WW Carpet, large
vices to offer with ERA and have a Fireplace. Approx 1800 *q. ft. pow double car garage: Fenced yard and nice bam. f

RENT Union AND ADDING County Times MACHINESFOR 150 deep desire to serve you In your Real .2 bedroom brick home 2 block from Hospital. Cent. H/A, .W/W carpet. stave. refrigerator dishwasher,"carport.
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Main Street Lake Butler. Phone Estate ,needs this coming year. Ideal for' couple.. "

"%-2261 for Information TFN 10/1 As the close of another ACRIAGBi ,
we come to
Mobile. Home 2 BDRM 1 BH. completely To all our' old and
and endeavors for the mile Lake Butler SR 231-A.;Cropland. and wooded Super location. Border creek. I
furnished. No kids, no pe"'.. HWY 18 year, begin 23% Acre located 4 out of on friends ,
Brook.r Rd. Worthington Springs.Phone new, let's all join hands together and, Nice country rood. : ,new we say, .
4962308. UFN 12/15 for 3-10 Acre wooded or posture. Paved road frontage owner financed.. :Lovely homeslte 2 mile- from city limn j
12 X 72 Mobile Horn 3 Bdrm 2 Bh, pray peace. Just 3 minute from town.;: l
mobile home Lake Butler/Starke Hwy. Iron Faulkner Susan Faulkner. PaulFaulkner 10-20 Acre. Worthington,Springs Wooded some posture' lovely homeslle. Owner financed Cal( right I away.
No dogt. Phone"'6-2842. In leke Butler. 3 BDRM, 2 BH. .House and 9 acres on lovely country rood across from Old Mill Pond. S ml,.. from Lake Butler. .. _
home (195 a month Phone 4962179. Mike Cooney, Julie Griff, Harold Epps Extra large 4 bedroom 2 bath.home w/f(replace In the country. loaned Just outside Union County off SR 231 ..Ideal'for |
1-pd Bob Matthews Marl Folkenberg. Lou famllle who work In Galnecvllla and Lake Butler.. Shown by appointment. I

.3 Bedroom IV* Bam home In Show' Subdivision. Off SR 231 Lake Buner. Central;: heat..
INSURANCEMAINES YoungJim \ Sandra Reddish -- ';? : ; -WAloy -"' .
Reddish and I
: Cre>effnas from Jan* Joa> Usher Bradford-

INSURANCE AGENCY 160' S. Pat McElroy Loreen Canon.. Vernon you have a very.proiperous,New.Year. : h 1Of
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lake Complete Avenue.Insurance Lake Service.Butler TFN.4963978. Reddish Sylvia!, Reddish Lucille Spry,fi Gerry We appreciate your pasta patronage ) amhope you.will continue to.support Union County, Guidance' CIlnlc1Incarp'orhed -

Rodrigue. merchants. -;I'd, ., .
REAL ESTATE .

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LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF .PROPERTY ., I 'U' '

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ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Keystone Heights AdsFOR :

496-2126 or 496-2903. eve*. "Your .. . ._ .. ,, ..
Union County Realtor." 8/04 tfn .; "
RENT WANTED \ PERSONAL SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE:

PERSONAL SERVICES I .. ". J .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ..UOION r UPRIGHT PIANOS SI 7*. 4 herdweesl
USED VIDEO GAME TAPES 'ot Intel I"" CARPENTRY AND MASONtY' wOn' 'iBINOO..AMERICAN ec
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK .EALTY.lEALTOI slon. 473-4648 12/1 tfnchg: of' i Building patio, addition, r........11"9.1;! HAU.Sr-31 Saturday; 7'p.m.*,, and' .RvinO' pecan set; 10. .ewing w achlne
Package d.al; well drilled water Rental Property Available: BABY CLOTHING AND BABY FURNITURE l ." .home and tile work. Free .estimate Sunday, 2.5 p.m, Public Invited.;12/t .w/ceklnet. 00. Merlle *emleutomeHa -
pump., new Installation of septic Lake Santo Fet 1BR., 2Bath, .CB homed In good condition: Crib., Clothing for' ,5i;l' Phone 473-4473,.before, S p..... 12/1 tfnchg. '. 22 rifle w/_.....$40.. M.
tank, drain 'field and lift Motion large yard. S-MW/mo 'Infant;children and maternity' Now .(f ,/fnchg.P AlCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed Dykes.; 473-7128 alter.a p.m.! U/29
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Mobile home pole available All work In Keystones 2BR., IBath home, taking on consignment for "_ to "' CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling; work; meeting Monday 0 p.m ;Open: SHALLOW'. AND'DIIP WELL PUMPSi
guaranteed call Tommy Dorman fireplace $225mo.Mobilehem.t open" re-sole shop: 4737893.. kitchen1/ cabinet and trim carpentry. .meeting Friday p.m.'AlananrMan" PVC
275-2151. UFN 9/1 North of Keytone. 2BR., 1229V9 2tchg Reasonable Call 473-2477 after day 8 p.m. All meeting at Educational) pipe and fittings. Water oftener. '
CUSTOM MADI Draprle. Valance and IV* Bath. Unfurnished "!7S/mo. t'' '9.30 12/1 price tfnctia .Building Community Church 473-2790 .Bryan Ace Hardware, "Key.tanelfgts.- ,
Spread call 496-2219 or' 496-3143 for Seminole. RMgei 4Br.. 2K Both quiet LOST/FOUND '' p.m. WORK No lob too big or too or 178.213012/1 tfncha : '. '; ",: 473-4006 12/1 tfnchg: '
FREE Estimates. S and W Enterprises.UFN neighborhood. S400/ma. / r.1IJMIf'1enee.. With OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS' No ,dues;, .DOUBLE BEDi Mattress and box springs I
Commercial: In Melroe. Off relI.nirio.e . ) bookcase'headboard. Good condition: c'I
929NETTLES Frontogoi fee* .or; weigh In* ;Open
12/1 :
POUND Small black ..... spaniel! with : 473-4189. tfnchg Chin '
TREE SERVICE Tree removal and Latchstring Rood. For' more Info call: ." AND-VtNYl and T..aay'.i 7:30 p.m. Community ,$90. Coffee table, $23. 473-3671 12/79 ''
CARPBT repair hvstollotlon
pruning. Also firewood oak and pine KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, white around 1751711.HELP mouth.. Contact Mra.Stan..11 *. Free estimates.'Ten year Educational Building,, Key. tone. MOBILE
for ...1.. Call Thomas Nettle 496-3823. REALTOR 471-441 at ('experience. Call 473-4317. and ask for Height. 473-2790. 12/1 tfnchg HOMES K

BAKER L P GAS. INC.t Famll/owned and 12/1 tfnchg """: .,Craig.. RETiHREMONT ,fUNOQi Monday night beginning Jon.1 FOR SALE : .:
operated. We ell or rent tank and WANTEDORGANISTMUSIC & < HOME AND from i' 7-10 I p.m.., Percentage j gome*;
10 X 44 FURNISHED MHi Quiet lakefront m,EtHAIRSTYLING.. American legion" Post 203 located HW' .
furnish cylinder We solicit customer CENTER All under one MUST SIU 1983 .Gr..hUt'doublewlde :
I who own their' own tank Call acreage. Keytone/Melroe', and area.furnlhed. WRICTORl Salaried. : ; : roofOFFERING. : Certified nursing ,.. 21; N, ..of Keystone..!2/J9Hnchg_ ( by; Fleetwoodw 26 X 56. 3BR., IBath,. : .
2596812 or 259.6810. 12/08' 4tchg Security. light water mowing NO -, Send r..um.ta Community Church, P. .assistance and CPU trained staff; .:24 'r 1 garden tub,',groatroom.. CH/AC;' i
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j t70/mo.. Couple only Ph. Jacksonville pet O. Box 722. 'Keystone, Helghnv( M.., hour. supervision, for senior cltizensc' : CARS,,TRUCKS ,Whirlpool'! appliance Financing' :,
plus cUpo.lt. "
FOR SALE 729-8449. 12/29 32656. 12/22.29 2tpd <, hot meal( day. week?or. .long term '. ft : available If qualified. 1OOf'I. May been .' ,
j, OFFICE collect AT BUSY CORNER facing Itpd FlamIngo ASSISTANT MANAGER with cooking.>c. :Vsroy. :' STYLING CENTER for th..publlcr,, f.; BOATS'K by appointment only after. 3.q.trr.", '',

S BDRM Hem III Lobe ......r. Concrete St but nn .be Men from SR-100 eerlence. Good pay hourp varied. Call fj precision. styling for men and women; 'l;27i ;OtdsmebHeJTsrene.d--: :' ,; ,,1.37SS60'J.12ltfnchgI ; ( : .;
and hair-coloring.
4791976 for appointment Ask, for perm -3251ta"'P'
block available.1 ,bh.Also. ,Owner Keroene financing tank Call and SR-21 473-3411.12/1_Intersection.tfncbg Prime location Mike. 12/29-1/9 2tchg" ,.....168-2 19. 12/1 tfnchg \ : A/C: FM/AM rodo. Front wheel driven, I; ," "- M6LROSE '.t.:
sly Will !DO rvrmot In my hom .< BookrwumN.te. '.Cllllnfortabl.CoIl 473-2210 Sts1rr I (
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w/keroene. Wooden boat w/motor PARTIALLY FURNISHED 3BR.. I'/i' bath NOTICE' .. L' ::-report*: : Call ;473-2898., """" for appointment. .-.1, :" r :Accounting C Tx ':
and trailer,496-2751 evening .4--chg mobtlohomo In Melrose area large ''.. .
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A.lJ/1 "
tfnehp '., ;nctao: 12/1 1 f 1f. r[ServiceNext '
11/8-29 porch. Responsible',couple !wanted. faACTOIt0It1Cl Mowlng-fcy hour 'orStleb. 1' 4 .
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PBUNITUM AND APPLIANCES Couch 479-136S 12/1 tfnchg CLASSIFIED ADVIRTISING.hould .be sub. 4mltled I ., Coll. '..-ytl_, 47311831,,1 12/T :..oHN DASHER VAN51' <.' %"J ,. ''x41$2199, to Post Office :
bed $75, w/mlrror 1BR. FURNISHED MORiLSHOMRt 30yrs.Eitp." tr
$n. Sofa Vanity Large to the Lake Region Monitor of- ncig' ,WHOliSAU PRICtS. i ',
$65 Whirlpool Refrlg $ 50. Complete living 'room; and' porch. 70monlhplu. lice In writing and paid In advance ittf: ,On new 1984 custom van*..Starting/ 'I'ejt't ti I C.. Isaac George Masse' :t
bed dresser wmlrro.tond $175, depoilt.:ALSO: :2BR furnished MH. unless credit I I. already ,established. : HMTfR EYE CAn CINTERi Office c cateract 13,800 plus tan, tog. and frelaM. 1'.:$ ,.- ,"
.dlhw ..her $80 G.E. Washer $ 25.Wot.rfall SIM/mo. Cat! ,.....-6634. 12/1 tfnchg ,with this office. ''I fl'surgery contacts, gloseil!.1,'4 mile, ofl i:percent bank financing.' '1.7) 4 ,T, 1!ikFlorlda : !
dresser w/mlrror $80 space' 2BR. COTTAGEr with lake front MONITOR STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD R CR-31S so..Call H4-655t or fall free 1 ''Alochua'. 463.3375.12/1 $ ', ,, .," 'E-ViAF WARRANTY ON t .'
; oil heater $50., waterfall buffett $50. HOO/mo. Call 473-3334 or 282-1727. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1 'STRVCTUFIE AND ;
I- I"lIl.1.223P".t! m'-j ,., .:.CT > A ,.Q J, .' PAINT i 1'
WestlnghouM washer $129. lave eat 12/T tfnchgAVAILABU CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD 19 TAKEN OVER t .] v ? .Menan.esd rnnul .... ; ).
hld.o$140.. .love seat $90 convl TM.L' JUNE 1(> On Lake THE TELEPHONI. -" : .t. ; SAIL ../...eosursAnlf. etsl '
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tote bogs;0ea.. refrigerator $175, Geneva, near tckaoto.: room '-' 2 .Classified: d.ocllln.'I.I .Tuesday noon ''j,, bo.T For more' Information ,cell '.ee.r.eafsw f$"'
desk and choir. $45 couch and choir bath. $330/mo First and lost. Franc"* prior to Thursday publication Jj, ,! : .
J 473-7368. 1/24-12/2 Atpd ti""KOYBTONR OAKS WHtWWONi Byowner. d U' ,
chest $60 chain S19-S20-S19. Roano, Broker, 473-347. 12/19 Minimum. cha".I..fa'ar i :
9125, P.79. \\im HANDYMANI you'v. been looking' ....' SBath I are large ;Nmd-i i
table 2/chelr $2O drop leaf table. 50. .1/5/" 4tcha $129/ma. :Call men.10. cent for'each.-word thereafter..,; :, for. Repairs dan when you want them' fcvll,tree, utility: LICENSED MUCCI '''' ''''' .

table 279-29O8.and fight 6/cholr mile North$150.of Ralford Phone FURNISHED 473-7097 after TRAILER 9 p..... 12/19-1/9/84. '", I". -. t)1 lo\i J..... Light hauJIna.. Call.Jim!, 479-3671; .bung.-spvlnkier, -..<..-, screened "FOR IN VRMATIOY( 4.L"' '. '

on 229 te Boyce. rd. him tight. I-.pd '4tchg2BR. HevlngAPertytRent/ '" j.;,penings.; ,12/8 rfnche"" 1 -JHw ,,31'11 heck jaoHo. Call tlhchu fee, appointment, ,i .,. :, ..Advanfvrat' Ahaad':inew ;
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; "Mewfo,; 12/29 camera. end prelector $100. Dork dock. boot. Near W/patlo.Keystone. Callv134t56t A i'i .V''}, } ; Today?,1' S 8M. ; I.lr "" en 9"9'ocret,"j| "> ".0. Box'KM*:;; ., ,

I .roam outfit with dursk enlarger $ 50. 12/M: Itchg 'Imie der 'i I : :r, :Metro**, Ha. i'' (; 11 ( ,,
TRAILERi 2SR.,, furnished Call Teresa! MK. RGmHMWR j ,., t...5 1Jt 1 ,
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494.2630 otter 5:00 p.m. partially == -50'1601' : )
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Dryer I 1/2 year* old $ 75. 150mo. plus electricity. Prefer 473-7691 473.4163. qd ;j ,., ,..". ".. .. 1 .'.t ,,/ .'I ," 1. '. 'I. .
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NOTICE 'WANTED CARS & TRUCKS FOR RENT

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I:) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. AXLES t TIRES TWO oils and four tire*. I97S CHIVY IMPALA :350 11V... PoweV ,MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE NOME Cut Spat Stocked''A
PARK
I mltted to the Bradford County Highest price paid. Green' Welding steering, power brake, AI!:. 2-door, Mobile homes and Cord .
for Oak
Telegraph office In writing and paid In Shop. 301 South Starke, Ft, 964.5007. stereo and radio. See at 411 N. St.Clalr. Recreational vehicle spaces welcome. Phone rent. :15 Dry
advance unless credit 4* already 11/03 Hnchg St. 964.8872. 9/19 tfn 460-2912 9/16 tin ruJllIt i
all
established" with this office. AXLES TIRES For motile home*, Olin' IS IT TRUE you can buy jeep for $./. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTl One ,mile 413384 a
f THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT M Mobile Home Sale Call 9645606. through the US Government Get the from Storks !
limit
Clean
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 10/13 tfn facts today Call ((312)) 742-)142exf.) W. Call 468.1323.city, 10/07 tfn. Hwy. 16 REALTY :
CLASSIFIEDS WHIN AD It TAKEN OVER GOOD HOME 'FOR' BEAUTIFUL YELLOW 609. 12/08 EOW 1/19 KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY/ Room for
THE TEUPHONI. ANGORA CATt Pregnant and looking 1972 CHEVY TRUCK. long wheel bosei: Iowwkly rot... Call Temple rent Motel at Paying. Cash c
Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY, for responsible family to adopt her and THHTI; 58.000 mile; new paint 964.7357.9/16 EOW/tfn 'orAluminum 1 ;
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. her fatherless babe }Lovabl and will )lob: 'good condition. 9646530. '12/22 CLEAM'MOIILI HOMES for rent. On Cans A PHONE 964-7776 IB
Minimum charge I I. 15 words for make tfn '
S2
75. a good pet. FREE! 11 Call 16
W. Close
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. .9647608.. Itpd J3/29 1989 AM/FM_ FORD radio LTD cassette., 4 dr. Run PS/PB/AC.good. STUDIO Hwy.4681323. 10/07 tfn. to prison. Call 32 Cents Copper Per brow Lb. :.. 205 N. Temple, Stark '

APARTMENT
Weekly
'. 49.000 mile. 2975. Phone 782.3307, monthly
PERSONAL SERVICES J BUSINESS'OPPORTUNITIES Itchg 12/29 rate Palms Apartment, 2314 N. Temple .Ivory Wednesdeyeglnnln
,
Aug.24
Ave. 7/28 tfn )
I97. IMPALA CHEVY 2 dr.. tilt wheel
) Behind Crossroad Per SPECIAL z
SPAClOUSi 3 BR. 2 BA home with CHI A. ,
") CHAIN UNK fINCEt Installed. 'Free ,' : cruise$2,475 control Phone 7823307..PS/PB AC. New 12/29 tire. .. :West Call St. lots of storage. No. pets., IntersectionRI21V Country Living 3 BR. 2 BA. On 1 i

estimate Handy-Man one Co., SOMETHING' 'DIPPRENTProven. TRUCK WITH TOPPER. FOR Itchg BALE long ,'
owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559.6/09 breakthrough In low cost housing. National bed Chevy Luv 1981. Real low mileage ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOME In Northeest. riorlde NW 54th St. Pretty Kitchen
12/30 manufacturer I II seeking Inelect country. First, last and security, RecyclesSTARKE I
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rep ..
$s DRAINFIILD ROCK. Bldg. sands '. area ,for steel framed homes' excellent$241 mth shape.for 26 Assume mths. povm.n"af .......It. Call 9648602. after 9 p.m Fireplace

llmerock, top toll. Larg. or mall: and complete line of metal building.. asked).P.r Call between Sand(no 9 equity '12/06 I tin t
load. Ph. 7823172. BRADFORD '60 X'. more energy efficient, 53.261t.29 p.m. > 'Oru(, BEDROOM FURNISHED HOUSEl
Ttpd
)1105''HELP
LIMEROCX SALES tin 71 t4 .maintenance free. $3950 Investment Verb 'Mice. $125 mth. Hampton. First : RADIATOR
1 i REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS painting (required.' BOX;'refundob'e,' For complete WANTED 10i', nd deposit. 373-0079 evening. SERVICE SPECIAL i iHand.ome

and plumbing repair.25 year.". Information package call Mr. ll/15'4tchg 1/05 3 BR. 2V. BA brick J
porlonco. All work guaranteed. Bruce at J.eoo.J3.5555.: 12/29 2tchg NEAR GRAHAMi. One bedroom trailer. home
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9647738. 9/1S tin' RECEPTIONIST WANTED Starting;- "Total t electric.' Utilities Included, .$55 on high ft dry acroB. Oval I
EXPERIENCED. PAINTER. Neat work. In. MOBILE HOMES January 9, and ending April 16 1984,', weekly. 1468.1371, Itchg 12/29 patio w/brlck barbecue focllltloB. i
torlor or exterior: Free .estimate Monday.Friday, ':30 a.m. ,to 9'\p.mv NICI ROOM with private bath 964-6035.. Lg. steel bldg. Stocked pond. Attractive -
Reasonable rates with good FOR SALE. Please write P.O. Drawer A. Storke; 12/22 tin'VACANCY fence w/oloctronlc
references. Call 964-9177. 11/17 tin "' > '"' >- -< ''. i Florida 32091. Itpd 12/29 lOON One bedroom apart gate.

MACHINE QUILTING..Crib )to king .lie. ,A W MOBILE HOME SALES New and NEED MONEY AFTER THI HOLIDAYS If :. ment. Carpet, drape. ; AC walled On SR UUMAGNOLIA
Betty Hildebrand. 964.8122. 12/01 9tpd used mobile home for sole.* : Walter you are willing to work for It, we have palloi First and last month rent, plus' HOTEL-ftenVe landmark with 31

01/26 (Bud} Alvarei' Invite. you lo come out 'Immediate openings for ,three> outgoing deposit. Ph. 964-8601 (Bradford Village ',.....Man to Town, rooms, 23 beth 11,567 Sq. pt. Very' cleen.
BAKER L P GAS INC.! Family owned and and browse. Highway 17' South friendly, health and nutrition conscious Apt:) 12/22 tfn "'Ta..a....." AN EXTRAORDINARY VILLA BR, 1'/. BA.,
operated. W. tell or rent tank and Palatka Fla. 325-9551 338-4682. In Individual* If you can devote | IR,,,,MOBILE HOME Starke or..,. Call Ask for Randy or Dave TWO lovely funs homes FOR LEASE.
furnish cylinder, We solicit customer Starke,, call Roy Well, 964-$231, 9/22' 10.15 hour per week you can earn collect. 1-475-2006. 12/29 2tchg 1/05 503 N. CHURCH ST-Well built, 2-stry." 4 BR. CH/A.
who own their 'own tank. Call tin $600/I500 per mth. Interview begin ONI BEDROOM UNFURNISHED APART. 964-6810 SS2.000-RD230. Brick home. CH/A. ..nc..lg..lot.
259-6812 or 259-68)0. 12/08 4lchg I BEDROOM, IVi lATH $5500. See to Jan. 2, 1984. Call Marie!,. 7823790.. MEW' Inquire flf,. Tackle Box, 3<11' N. count t HWV :xi e1. 321 BUTLER TIRRACI-4/2 en :1 lot.
12/29 appreciate lane 3, Blandlnf Klngsley 12/29 2tchg 1/05 Temple Ave. Itpd 12/29 SSI tt TtMTll$Vt ItMKIJBR.SBA -FACING GOLF COURSE-Lovely 3BR, 2! BA. Own fin.
FLOORS SAGGING HOUSE UNLEVELT lake (Off 320)). 12/01 tin EOW WANTED. WOMAN TO CHAN HOUSBt TWO'\ BEDROOM TRAILER Furnished COZY 3 BR, 1 BA C/B-loure St. Fenced i
Need Foundation' repairs We can OWNER FINANCING Must b. experienced and havereferences ,convenient to hopping center. No HANDSOME
12x60, 2 BR, I' I I'Ireplece CONTEMP. 3 BR., Vi IA.. :
solve your:problems. Call for free BA. Mature, reliable' and children or pet. Call 9648810. Itchg .
Patio utility bldg., on 110' x 110' Cethedrel Ceiling FOREST HEIOHTS-3/2 stucco % Ac.
.estimate lotue and Clark HomeRepairs lot In City of Starkej 1-468-1310.: 12/01 dependable, Needed fo'MondaV and 12/29 L-ShepedLR/DReree ,- en IVt Ac. All' amenities. $48,000. I IllttCK
((904)) 284-3160 or 284-7069. tfn Friday 5 hrs a day at $5 an hour. Call 1 ROOMS B BATH FURNISHED APT Hot Clote. to School I '.713 MADISON ST-Owner financing. 3 BR.
12/15 4tpd 1105"UDI.L 1972 GIt NDIII, 24x52- Good Condltlon.JPortlally 9604.6.02. 12/29 2tpd 1/05 water and light. furnished. $160 per .
: Very, VA FHA,Conventtonel 47 AC.-Att. critique brick home. Pee.nPINE tree*.
AGING' PROJECT DIRECTOR, Job mth, I
Y GENTLEMAN WISHES ,'TOj plus $50 security, deposit. No ;
BOARDS Wrhe P.O.' Drawer 280.I 964-8515.: Itch 12/29.Furnished. 7500.. Call. location-136 '\N.Temple'"'Ave, .St ke, pets..964.8071. Itchg 12/29:; Financing 551 Boo RESIDSNCI-33 Ac.-great land. 13201 en 301.
Starke, Florida 32091 Willing to pay t .BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Fla. Submit resume to Suwoi. .ee Hiver DUPLEX APARTMENT BR near school. CHASTAIM CONSTRUCTION .;-10 ACRES New Home w/Oreat Room.
hare of household expenses 12/22 and ked. w/patlo Economic Council, nc., P.O. Box 70 Stove. refrlg, $175 mth. plus' $100 POULTRY PARM-34 Ac.. :2 homes. 4 ch'ck. house..
cover lot
utility > acre )
on Live Oak -14% AC OFF 225W. L_ Own. fin.
tin 301 South. 14000. Call 9(4-7849 after'' Florida 32060.. Phone: security. No pet. 964-7188. Itchg. "
362-."IS. Fourlyeart of 12/29 CORNER LAFAYETTE B ORANCE-1.4 Ac $18,500.
HOUSEKEEPIR/COMPANIONi; 'Permanent 5:00 .m. 'Itch J2/29 ,. college; .or
p Ads
position fc' live-In lady. Must be 3 BEDROOM, ''/, ,BATHt $3500. See to equivalent In work-related experiencewith l2xM MOBILE HOME 3 BR, In country., Classified '3 BR FRAME-S1I.OOO. E.cel.' condo 2 lets..
fluent In peaking Spanish and InSpanish appreciate. Lane 3, Blending I Klngsley Social- Service' Program. The Incumbent Unfurnished. $165) month. $200 Get ResultserReetfori 20000MADISON.. Former Cat-Main bldg.
cuisine.'Must be trustworthy.Room ',Lake (Off 230)). Itchg 12/29 I la .responsible for :overall deposit. 964-5734 1 Otter 4 p.m. Taking HAMPTON OAKS lot*.
board' I some salary. management, supervision and (coordination applications. I Itchg 12/29 BESSENT ROAD'")' hj., ...."' wooded lot.
Reference* required. Day call of all project activities and :2 BR TRAILER I \\010 mile from State Prison* -68 ACRES Prime land off SR-235.S2.000 Ac.

96...5011, '.5 p.m..(Monday Friday). FOR SALE stoW; and to assure compliance with all $175 first and last month rent. Call 1 719 I. leure St. 22000.
12/22.tpd 1/12 applicable regulations.. Instruction 964-7374 or 9644260. Itpd 12/29 4.78 Ac. $11.000. Own. fin. Wilson Rd. ft 230A.

BRING THI NEW YEAR IN WITH CLEAN FIREWOOD FOR SALE Oak or pine and policies' which govern the, Aging'"roloe' REPAIR. SHOP. Hampton. Owner financed.'MN .
AND BEAUTIFUL CARPET. New life .".'*? 30-40". V Cord $35t Scrap '. Salary, Ringe $..53 $8.I$ : LAND FOR SALE 3/2 on 1 e.., 301. $33.000

Carpet Cleaning Service. Union Storke firewood, oak or pine' $10.truckload per,hr., 24, htWwk Applications-- ,' EDWARDS OAD-II Flu Acres. .
and Keystone. areas 475-3897. 12/29' Sunshine Industries 16 W. Call cepted through January, 6, 1984.: Equal ..i.e. .
2tpd 109LANDSCAPING .964.769'. We load for between Opportunity" Employer 12/29. 2tchg TEN A, AC LOTS facing pleasant Grove I VWMO

,'. AND YARD 9:SO amt and 2::30.p.m,, Mon.you .FrI. 9/29 .1/05 "'Rd.' 3993. $400 down, $70 a month. UACOOMVM444I ."..,_OUHAW...* MWMTENANCBl free estimate ofy I ., 'Co'964.56O15' :: 1Cash' t SAVS MULIIHS MS-IMS

;.,' 4c.nsed/ (_?192. Call Otter ?P ''A H.r.Vfood. quality l large bale HOMES FQB-SALlu ."bu"lmH ,1> hi "THilli'I M RtWIs2' 'ACRE.., LOTS, on SIt.227.raok.rgl .. ',!Ro9lrftS!
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8300 doWn.i I"NO"DOWN"PAYMENTJ'OWNI .. _
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awiNG MACHINES' REPAIREDh' Iv.r In trailer .load, M.L. Connor. ; ; r.!ff2 ;Mw "f f' -l +te..rtasrrrihs>"rr.wsr..r''' sloe .wr..,."Of.$01. ,,;. .. < .. 'e:
B OWN : 'lrk..f1 A" FINANCINCV'AN Sell
makes cleaned oiled and adjusted( 9645222. 10/20 tfn' Wrodlawn. ""' $399." *'B yf JRieiifFILL :
$19 Work guaranteed James FIREWOOD Calf after '6. Ask lor /codar siding. sep. LR OR FRwfireploce. lens zoned commercial B-3.
p.m. CH/A, fenced wlthlrf Easy ,_. Call 964.7071 to see lot $30mcnthRent
Strickland corner Morgan Rd, ''and Matt. 9648268. tIn distance yard. Good Investment ........................e4wrs.......+
Hwy. 16, Starke. 12/29 tin !POLLED HEREFORD Built Restored. 4 walking of schools ;Call property 10/06 tin ,
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening month old. Good 4-H proect.| $350. 9648268. 11/17 tfn APPROXIMATELY M ACRE On Slate Office Furniture DIRTSand
BUY OF THE YIARIt 2 BR 1 BA CB home.Furnished Roost 22J. Half In cultivation half In .
service, circular hand carbide
((904) 7828308.
chain ) 1222tpd 1/12 eW_ & Llmorock Well Drilling
Financing available. w"young timber. $2,000 per acre. Own.rwill kly
mower blade hollow ground and FREEZER 25 Cubic loot. 17500. I.
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balanced. Leave at Jackson Building 182.3031.Itpd 12/29 1-468-1323. 13/01 tfn finance at 10% Interest. Call AAonthlye Plumbing Repair
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In Starke, COUNTRY STYLE Well built home convenient "' 964 6530. 12/08 tfn b.or ,46B.U55
Supply. Keystone .Height orlake WESLEY I SCOTT REVOLVER .38 cal. 5" .
city location. Remodeled huge 8% ACRES One mile north of Starke.Owner .
Butler. .
barrel .
TFNchg 'iwlth ball of ammunition. $95. ', State licensed Hampton
GLASS CUT TO ORDERr Door., window, Call 4681362. Itpd 12/29 room, spacious kitchen, 964-8565. anxious to>> sell, Call ..........................##! #.....
1/05 1-813-758-5637 Offer welcome. The'Off.ice
12/15
eM. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, AUCTION Law Girl Auction. U.S. 301 1215tchg :
964-6078. Order also taken'In lake north In Waldo. Friday,,7:30:!!! p.m. Vail: 3 BEDROOM.,2 BATH C/B HOMEs Controlalrh.ot. : Stpd ,1/12 e' ,
Butler. 496-3079 and Keystone Height, Come Itpd 12/29 Dishwasher, garbage Shop ,
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( Subscribe Today
473-4973. 2/26 tin FOUR HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS On. disposal, stove,, .frig Good location. .
FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS. hydraulic pump 4"control valve for Owner financed. Ph. 782.3881.; 12/29 "i'ADFORD-, COUNTY 110 W..Call : j PINE FOREST

144 W.Cell St. 944-730 making log splitter $I2O,, 5OO gallon 4tchg 1/. t., : A ,TELEGRAPH
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...... larg. quantity available. Ph,7823172. "77"'HONDA' SMs Adult own.;. -Low. Tree removal of all kind
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expanding company: :; for p responsf(* ; Wall : INC.Stark. financing. 5 oc.FOR shady pecan lot tree, fruit and tree shop.*. 6

bfe/. dependable,<: ,conscientious;) per- 11.000'Chlmn.y Fires; last ,j RENT 45000.

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A: 'benefits,. opportunities:advancement : 8 ,)ifast,$otary( Carpeting. ,, __ lOx 14 shelter.' $28,000.

1 arid good' wonting conditions! ;Moneoy.Seturdoy'plonkentlula Drilling Equip <\ ON YOUR LOT Equipped -SPORTSMANS. DREAM:
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;JPJtUftjMt ,.,,) lot in Southgate bar room.game room bait
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from aura in scouting is turning out to tie m difficult thrci Montgomery Bradford. expected,'when he first told his wife he would call his activity. with week.The largest sale was for$50,000 ]dpvp! Rlv in" 'om. IM' .r4 for sold.Jparwiot l land on Old Kingde-y ; Cawmn.tittdiaiftonpreYatttoIdapare : ,
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the troop to a halt. for Just eves 38 acre on Wilson Road f21,1IOO. .>1';' ; '. ;, Lake Road east of Stork lo Watte E; *!Miami tw US-301 near ftrevatt I
"I've devoted*lot of time Into this for the past:25 years and I need to spend east of Starke to Dr. and Mm. Sarnt Florida Mattnal Bank bald an acre, and Janet M. Keurby for t3S,000 Creek tIoStI\lW.a1L.\ and Sylvia F.Kroll
'r some more time with the family," the scoutmaster says. "But 1 tell you It's by Joe Griffis,Jr.,Dorothy Cruthirds, .of.l lanctln,fial rtrn 1 .Acrew!, to C.,11. and.. CJye,And l>orte E not easy, you still get calls from boys or parents about different things and Ketter Eunice and Cltliard. Ruth Scott,, Jftmba, __; _n .n __,'_ .__ .______. __ ,
you find yourself drawn right in all over again. I certainly can't complain Myrna Dockery. ; Elizabeth P. Nasworthy for $2,100.
though.The experiences I've had with these boys over the years has enriched Harry S.ana Alma A. Poynter sold Gilbert and Louie Bell Crosley: sold' '
my life many times over" lot 18 at Sampson Lake Shores,Unit 1 a parcel of land In Hampton to ,Carpet ,(Any : otCh93,1rcf
"There's a lot of tradition behind our troop here in Starke Montgomery to Robert-W. Blackford for 10000., .-. Leonard E. and,Charjeiw, Darrah for_ tif $1495"\'S. ; ,
continued as he thumbed through the scrapbooks. :'u"'books go back to 1955 Cieamn roomr 1 IrAvailable
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when Harry Green was the scoutmaster, up until the present date. He bad ..' & Hsili) ; : '
eight Eagle scouts during the time he held the position from 1955-1957. When .
you look over some of these pages it seems like yesterday when we were out In Wh 1 .I 1o Jiqp e i pecia l Uv; ; lid 5995
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the woods on some of these campouts. We had some memorable experiencesout Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry 'Farm ( Br.) .
there boys just naturally love to get out in the woods, chance they
g every Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsytn Road Carpet' 'Dyed,.g{ 4 12)) ,." .', .., i .,.;. 5998
Montgomery has had 14 Eagle scouts cam the highest award while he has Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to'farm, Fumlt Cleaned 44" I
been scoutmaster. : (sofa i c *) .,
"The Eagle award Is the ultimate challenge to a scout because when you Open Friday a Saturday 8:305:00Favorite :: '"INcir.lfelleMml./Dorft'
earn one it means you have sprat many" hours/improving your own / Pay"
knowledge Montgomery and helping. The your community become better place to live and in," Varieties of Landscaping &: Potted Plants, Serving' Bradford'& Union County( and surrounding area .
community project the scout has to create pull
off as a final requirement for the Eagle rank has produced some outstanding Frigidity! AJrowphera Comi Sao Us ,Ftorida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Coy
things as accomplished by our local boys who have stuck it out and gone.far Louis & Den MghtowW d Vaterit Joltnsei) Uanigement:.Team, <<
as they could in scouting." I (Licensed 4 ItistirodResidents) ( tl!.6 Commercial)

Montogomery has many memories of camping and canoe trips,especially ,9647109 By Appointment t OnlySpeetal Regularfy Call! ,964-4997' Call
some his troops have taken down the Oklawaha and Suwannee riven right r
here in North Florida."I FREE Estimate *"24 Hr.'Sewtee + Safltfaetton GuaranteedAtlARD'

tell you if you haven't been camping and'canoeing down one of those, ...,, _
rivers you just haven't lived," Montgomery says. "You can't PUll It off right ;-- n ___'. _'_:'__ ..n'N -" ." ,
without the proper planning and. equipment but when you do its the experience
of a lifetime." '
"We've slept on sandbanks so close to gators we could hear them snorting*
all night long,"he continued."One thing we've been very lucky with however,"
is snakes. We haven't seen but one venomous snake in all of my 25 years of
camping, That's unusual Florida. I guess we were just lucky." '
Troop 70 now has four canoes and have plans to build trailers for. them to e
make it easier to transport them later on...
"Oh but I'm not supposed to be worrying about building canoe trailers" A
says the scoutmaster with a smile and twinkle in his eye. "I keep telling
myself I'm retiring but, I don't know, 1 guess scouting! Is Just in my blood for
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