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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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It took over an hour of"discussion"plus < and wanted to'work put;a solution. ;to. .
a privately-made deal for a com the problem. '
promise to be worked out on where to Newman said he found difficult to -;
locate a lift station to provide sewer. believe no one In the Stokes organization
service to the new $1 million apart was aware of the distant locationof

ment complex in northwest Stance.At the lift nation..
The agreement means Stokes will
.. '. ,l' stake was some $20,000 in labor have to provide material for 'seme i
.iI o. costs to install the lift and
station
1.300 feet further than if the lift .'
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pipes to it,with the the
price going up Lion had been built closer to the pnn ,
farther
the station Is located
\ pumping
jest site, the
original plan' approved
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I ? from the. apartment complex. The by the city and agreed to by Stokes. I
apartment complex owner, Stokes & ,
Newman' and Odom
however
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wanted
f the lift
came up with a plan to build the lift
f 0a. 'X r station close to;the complex to' hold station 2,200 feet from the
down cost of material,which Stokes& away prO"ject
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but where it would serve his
Co. ,had agreed .to buy. The land tire property, which is to be en-

., developers and sellers, to Stokes & developed. City commlsslsoner Ver.olnon +
". q Co. Ronnie
Newman
i ,,' Cg and John Odom Siicox was under the
", Jr., wanted the pumping station some impression
: f. the city had .agreed to go the'.2,200
L 2,200 feet from ,j the,apartment complex feet,but it was unclear whether other
.' so it would serve all the i00-acre
.. t al ;. property, not'just the apartment com agrement.commissioners/ .were aware' of, >the',

y .. ,\ '. ; plea u Neither the apartment' buddet8.'Stokes'
..... ? 'I 1> i ililt ;' .;" The City of Starke, going beyond; its. & Co., or the land developers.,,
ke ; .' ;;: usual practice, agreed to Install the Newman and Odom,,'.wanted to
E r. t. pay
. ... / .r ''r. '' : >!:' .site sewer 2,200 lines feet and from station.the But' for;the some $20,000 for labor to put the .JifV\ .
?J .. apartment station where
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complex, a gravity How
, : : l- ',', sewer line Placement an easement to'alJow,
would have to be dug 16 feet deep,and
Stokes &
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access to the
. the city can dig,,only eight feet property I
deep''
was also in question for a time. The ci i
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In the end.
:. i .,:. : the two a deal was made between .to the apartment complex,,,and spent I
principals to build the ,$2,100 boring under SR-18
lift station 900 feet
closer to the apart-
Mayor Jimmy Crosby was adamant
ment complex. City commissioners that the city acted in in
faith in-
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,.i' installation labor and power to the'comple;;
equipmentsome according to a site plan previously approved .
: 1,300 feet farther'' from the
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clear his
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I. /1 Frog Strangler... "r, apartment "complex than originally,. to the, city- paying ;ithe:
1 .planned. already-installed power line? ',

:.:..c I "'' List Thursday?.-5-lnch-pluai. fain' storms -;'." Newman Stokes,&and Co.Odom and.had land been developers(tying) A., five-member'an" del' gat! n..dQ.dudlng' '. ,.

. 1f' wet' -;'St4trk.: rRdrtC'smarnumdtit"atrvut<<: titl + : r )r.tQ.work' out aatsgrphsmeatsigsa, : <-NJw !>t>gptaM*A v;ty $attorney.. "2<<"imi
r a layer of water that still hasn't drained away .f llkwlly'broughE"tholrrpie'bier'h John Jones,, from the officeof ,
.1'. Tuesday' night, Jan. 3, to the Starke
# entirely. : d 1 commission.Stokes Dudley Hardy, to represent them.
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An unidentified employee at the'Handy Way "" Mayor Jimmy Crosby,, 'who dlfj'I I
I Store the corner of SR-100 and Griffis Loop I 1 said'the apartment complex; most of the talking for: the city,
on is ,within three,weeks'of,completion pointed out city officials! :met with the
I '(above)' removes the cash register and several ,4. + two in
and'asked for,/action to be taker on patties November.It took mostof ,
i 1 sensitive eiectronlcpieces of equipment from1 :' h, providing sewer service to the Sfi-unit the'hour to determine the stance of'
i J the store after the rainwaters'rose around the 'f complex.Stokes said his.dwt analysiswas each "of .the:: three sides; '()nca"it

: 'gas and spilled inside the building. Y based on locating the lift station became clear.the..city can dig only'
:: pumps r 1 close,to the apartment complex: eight feet deep; the way seemed to be
i right, Paul Wheeler surveys the floodwaters : v oJ ."clear to affect the compromise 'which'
I t as they pour through his garage doors Newman .wanted the substation''to Stokes;; NewmatjratSTSMQinJdid' ; i by.

:'. into his house on Colley Road., Wheeler,lives be built where it will service his entire leaving the council nom.lHu*" >&
which turned out 100-acres as well as the apartments Mayor Crosby promised to expedite
,! right next to Alligator Creek,
: and contended a plan bad been ap' the'change the site plan.In moving;
t 1( to the source of the trouble as"usual, when the. provedby the city commission with the station 900 feet closer! ; but said the

?,' ., water rose too quickly .drain. awayas: it nor .that location. Stokes said his firm was change would have'to be approved by'
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ntally does. unaware of the change of location of city engineers. Bessent.;Ruckmart & "
i. 1 from 'the lift station until around Nov.20, Hammock ,Jacksonville.. 'Stokes '
"I've much water coming
!;\, never seen so" and since had been trying''unsuo agreed to.hand deliver the .change. ., .in' .:,.-: ;
:! so many directions, says Carolyn Eaves, cessfully to (negotiate a- deal with, plans to the engineers;; :

f 'f another Colley,Road resident. The ditches'on Newman. .. ,., Stokes also agreed to hold a site.
f' Colley Road were even with road and water .Newman said he stopped trying to 'plan change1 application to locate theft

:' coming down' Wilson Road "...looked like ariver .. fem. 'deal with Stokes after receiving a let' station on the apartment complex
; tor suit from the firm's grounds.Stokesf first offer for hU
threatening was
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coming you, says Eaves 9t w ar +M{ > a 'd teluAnEN Ymdrrr' Yk attorney. Stokes said his firm bad-aot. firm to build. the station'and extend ,
? of water running down Colley.Road and bito the v w t ''' threatened .to sue, that, in fact; the, lines, tor connect to' the city;,"with .

creek as usual water was running up Colley last sentence.of the,letter.stated that! ,Stokes" & Cow paying the,entire cost
Road and spreading out into yards and the r ), .

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A work shop is'set Monday, Jan. 9; at.7 p.m. by Chairwoman: Patricia

1 Spengler with an Information session on the proposed eemi truck..driving
l :Rain Was Too Much Too Fast for Draiiiage System 'range for the vo-tech center aa the "most critical topIc/ .'. "' \ '

''Although an agenda won't be out for a couple day, SuptTom Casey said
the location of the driving is the most pressing matter now. Reports
.: Two days of rain,including a nearly where some homes are built on the; to it, residents said. Water got into renUy operable (one is down I..wi are due on the offers of land range across Brownlee Road from the vo-tech center' .
.1 five inches in a three-hour period last ground after, fill was hauled in and houses on both sides of the creek In were going Tuesday morning repair.* by Ronnie Newman and a site at Hampton <. .' '''of' ,
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Thursday morning; flooded low some on stilts.. Starkebut stopped short'of' flooding, ing"washouts., The graders started' Latest development on the> truck driving was the Dec..'19 offer by Ag
.:! places in the county last ThursdayNo injuries were reported. Damage across Water Street, two blocks west ,",' from Brooker on the southeast end of Instructor Paul Hutchins of mature Umber rant FJfAfarm's: north 80 acres
, and Friday but caused little damage.. from water was not serious enough to of the creek as it did in 1968 when 17, the county and from the northeast ,which would bring some $80,000.- '. '"',"" ). .
By ;Friday morning,.most of the beestlmatedbylocalofflclalsbutthe' inches of water fell in a week of section.. Foreman Crawford said he ; ,
The school board could use the funds to purchase; for a driving
property
water had drained out of Starke into water did get into several homes and steady rain. ''was .trying to first get to the most ."anp'across from the vo-tech d\nUr\ ,'1)r elsewhere Hutchlna painted out., ,
1\ the.,'chain of Rowell,. Crosby and a'' convenience; store "on SB-loo .and (traveled '..through-road so1'school _Board member Rodney Hall said the,board needs to follow the forestry
, f Sampson Lakes. The water,was two Griffin Loop Road. AU the usual low places in the county ",buses could make their rounds wheelfeet plan for the FFA"farm.: Board member J.TParrish said be sees nothing
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; over the retention gates in Samp-' were under water for a short time: students; returned Wednesday;morn. ..: with cutting mature trees.. ,." '"" .
! hard
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;A: canal and flowing full force The rain packed dirt roads Water ran over SR-10 two miles west Ing.. wrong \. "
son lnto'do workshop SetlodtacilsaJo',).deaeriptionsE and
The'Jan.9 originally
it,: the Santa Fe River. and they stayed passable except, of Starke, 'and'over 'dirt; roads'' off t'The county was lucky in 'that'the. tba still is planned.. ,wall: : ,
, ;: The rain Imply fell too fast for the for washouts which<< were mostly gone SR-100 south of town. It got into the roads were not made soft and boggy, Chairwoman Spongier asked Dec, :31'for board members to suggest topics

.I i drainage system to handle it, said. by Road, Friday Foreman morning Crawford., according to Handy Way store in the northeast co..- like slow rain'would" have- left" them. Y they*want to dtocuw. More hoardd' memfewfnput. \ ia,miMled,; said Mrs. :
f" Road Foreman J-B. Crawford.. net: of SR 100 and Griffis Loop (SR-/ ,Crawford said. 'I; ;. ";". ; .dr ;:::: -" \ I; f.1f. 1'"' '
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,j, )The homes on the west shore of Alligator Creek overflowed from' 100A). ; ,j X.ffi!: Had the rain' continued into lrlday'w ,; action cart. be taken at a wor....:.Supt. Caioey noiiftB l out that actions '
J 'Sampson Lake stayed above the the flow off Trail Ridge.. It was an Alligator Creek was down. 'within 24:: ",and been double the amount that fell bNo school board must ootne ,ate p Wte tnyUn* am l *** 411 hours notice. ,
, level water stood in unusual to hours. ; ". 'Thursday,.it.would have been a real ; 'c : '
; water' although sight see water flowing ? : :';. : I: '",1:, C'" ., !it .jf) ) ..
;i yes tin Deerfoot Trail developmenti 'outward from the creek Instead of in All three county road,graders"curd< ;Bradford.frog.,strangler, :5: "
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I s L t. 1"t'1"-,An agreement to buy into the pro- retire the certificates of indebtedness: :of 1983.: The FMPA board of direCtorsmet ; : ectrfir.'! ( h; ..ing' finalized{>'by'"

,. poMd coal-fired Stanton Unit No. 1 to and at the same time getting revenue in Orlando to work out the deal.. the c f ."of Orlando, and a base 1
i,,: be built by Orlando Utilities was sign- from,,the sale of the electricity; In. with 'the .Starke'' ;'city councilrepresented. to : : ,' Starke cads: ) ;;;: ?
};, edoiTuesday night. Jan. 3;' ,by ,the other words, dollars that would be go-, ; wwtu "v ; er requirement?
'Sire Commission. ,lag for foci, can make the paymentsfor FMPA was'planning a half and half, will be .r'** least' V
1 } itwko will own 1.4 megawatts of the dt)., 'power purchase from' /Semjnol atur i <'f ...li.. .
''i. Uw uliU'generating capacity. It is Jim Bauer rf FMPA worked out the Staunton, to; prevent total,!i',W.a/,,'of', } : i ., .( buy ttMHpelilyi !
:' .... tied by the city's electrical deal with the cities and has visited, ,, capacity when a unit Is'oR.I ; ,, ,, Hj pant
'''j i I eers, R. W, fleck & Co., the pur. .tarp eevera. UIMII. generating; ,or.breaWMM ': f ad 8oe
. .will, save the, city some "5 Orkttaaiiy; FMPA. tried to put'a Next best plan'/! was a !sinfte bMr pK,( ;' t ( veto, the
I ,r in fuel coats over the next 20 toandMr deal for the member dties. (:" ; > xp\ '' tri'E' : ...... '
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tobuy Into a combination project ofStanttwi ;sSThecity is looking for.iacc! adewndabla ttiAP'd It tie:rte'city
; ': I 1 to buy come 30 I megawatt of" 1.and;(Saminoto .Electric: In power source 'Wbet': 'U'f .; a s..

:If generating; 'capacity from Palawa, Jb rt/;/'that.arrangement' fell fIIf f'on,.th ..utatewltfe .power' 1.d is. '>> : levNa efr'ui l ourtelde
, UUlitie to Mng cna&by UM ;V'j : J ills. .1 i ., thus! cut cx.$.The 3-way
t. Municipal Power Aney.'ofc. "SSr' nd'MPA.rgr' ped 1 WiVNRVB : "\. 'A1la'reat 'of'.i''<<: Semi: give.UM city HwaMlity to
't; i >, SUrke m* rasre OMK 1..r dr .. !celled the Pickle h lip iJ' : ', i I on the open marfwt from

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JacUe and L.J. KIte Jr. have been married it years and living In the same L.J.Jr. Is figuring to finish the house w the coming year. Its taken two years 9600 BTU
mobile borne at left behind house,But they're moving up and playing it cagi- ** get It this lar ,
ly. There won't be any high Interest payments or big house payments. Je.n finish next year..II have' 'good year..If I don't It's paid for." ., ,Res 118.95
,The hom for.The family, shown above, Is L.J.rJr., and Jackie, wish ,9799We
partially-finished |ust behind the young Kite family Is paid sons Jason II, left, .
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Pumped by large commercial pro- secretary In the zoning office; \ Starke sewerage treatment plant, No;;..HH! 40. ELECTRIC
new construction ,in 1983 the'dip is not alarming that changing the digestive system'from
jumped some $2.5 million over 1982. reflects the value of the homes aneroble to aerobic bacteria which ,
As business closed for 1983 last Friday built. ,utilize oxygen- from outside'lI Urce RADIANT HEATER
totals for new commercial. Residential building Is off its' but which digest sludge faster making .
building reached $4-6 million compared pace,,Turner points out,which 'for a more efficient system.An ."; .* ,
to a total of$1.3 million in 1932. bably due to higher Interest 8,000 square foot addition to 3 "Heat- Level : ". :
Commercial building currently going four-foot,water table level { Bradford Furniture ,Co. on US-301 : ;"a 11| :" 3'7..'
on include a $7.9 million doubling in' for new'septic tanks. There i north, 187000. .:
size of the Bradford Hospital a $3.5 residential/,starts in 1978, 113 in t '-A $60,000 addition to the Dixie Reg, 49.95 >.41; .'
million doubling of the size of local and since, the number has ,Motel on US-301 north of Starke.A j.1\; .i'h./ ,
nursing home on Colley Road, a $1 around UXK- 99 in 1981, 98 in 1 ,$60.000 addition, the mini.
million 36-unit apartment complex by in 1983. storage complex on US-30 south own HR 20 Eloctrlc$ Fan Forced,: > ,
Stokes Co. of Jacksonville. A new Residential starts were'' s : ; ed by Darby Bloodgood. *
True Value hardware store opened when funds were cut off !.. "A new restaurant building by
Dec. 2 on' US-301 south and, right Farmer's-Home more'I Steve Whitehead on US-301 south now, HEATER "" ,' .
beside It, a new Norman's Market: Income housing program, vacant, $136,000.A L' ,
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grocery store is going up, a total Turner'points out as another new center for health and fitness, r
$800,000 investment.In the fewer housing starts in at Bradford Hospital Inc., $54,000.' :"
addition, a new building valuedat funding has since resumed in -A$45,000 addition to Don Morgan's Reg. 39.94; 31. /
$475,000 will go up soon behind the program. alligator farm west of Keystone '". "
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courthouse'on property donated by Slowest periods for Heights.An ,
the county' for the Bradford-Union .building in 1983 were addition to S & W Muffler for a '. '
guidance 'cUnlc and mental'health November: Mobile home parts house on US-301 north, 45500. ,
center. were Slowest in May and June.. A new body shop by David Jones!in, We:Now:Stack Electric' &,Gas ."
Building-permits are based on construction The perculation test reituJ ..Lincoln City, $24,000. ,.' ..' 3.1:
Costa only and areconsequeWfetftfr creasing Ahe distance tG ., :: \ \ "A new florist shop on SR-isouth .'I Ixr! : 1 ."IAAQtl 1 H Iottt.wJ DC! ; .ayyR
than the Mc;itfiljlnvesj- -without( reaching water from 2 "".tfV-Merrill Dees $25.000.f*>;>01, ,- WS' Snilov ION
ment. Plus Jail building Vermits for ''HSeT halrSdded at least-$2.000; An enlargement and addition of a '3U-4b s &U'ilJ'iti9n d {,
the new hospital construction have home to building costs and >'deli at the Handy Way ,Store in .
not yet been bought. fect single family dwellings Brpqker. --) I It

Building permits for 1983 construction i "
overall totaled$11.397,437,up 12.7
million from $8,697,950 in 1982 accor TODAWS' INVESTMENT NEWS

ice o records kept by the zoning of :
Starke and Bradford County / 0tAROWARE STORES
There were 98 single family iiif.\iJ,; ,x: .
residential homes including eight' 5 'V' E'AR'C"D'
'coadamiaiiuna on SR-21 just.couth of "
Keystone. Heights, starteddown ; in 1983, 100 COUNT' TPUE'VALUE

1983 the Just zoning two units office from issued 98 in 210 1982.permits In- '*' ; $ ';COFFEE ; :" ,"

for mobile homes down 30 from 11 SO' 12' ," 0. 5r .
240 permits in 1982. ".' .effective : "" ; 39cMUBPH'VNid

homes Value declined of single family and mobile ,' per annum sV annual yield FILTERS lIoJl.i
nearly $1 million in ,:;; ; .'
1983. However Janet, Turner t' ",'fftat\ym' \ deposit SimpenterestOITIJJOIryded/ :! quarterly For a limited time only F

\. Fortune Federal's Certificates offer ,'
.- $, >< r. of Deposit tfce
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F "I "'CHI.vry Thursday v-' s 'I ','" ,R tM3gt iad.a. outnodrt."SutStaitapn: ae rore.H1y d, AFOBTUNc 2 Clemnat'rcerything, ,
at 135 W. Call ''' --'''------------------------------ '
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Stark. Florida ,30,1- : ,Fort_ 5CD i : THUTESI", :

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postage paid at Of$ i i'i n'l i ". .. : 7 .I

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Outside'area: ,1., peryear SWtwOllb.mWMacblll: r 964-3000 :., '. l's
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O'sSB a natural cut french fries
Captain' el FOR and 2 southern style hush
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Morgan ,Named Districtf1 I

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Soil Conservationist' : { :: Ii : .'

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Ken Morgan, th&-new district con '.
servationist for Bradford, Baker, and
union counties was transferred nera
from Augustine,where he was con
servationist for St. Johns County for
three years. v '

,, Morgan succeeds Norman Porter FIs
who hasvbee< transferrred to the SCS
area office in Lake qty as resource
conservationist for the county
area.

Morgan says he will continuepreitmsnary'
work: on the
soils survey map for prod

ty a project that will be financed by
federal, state, and county funds. The j
Bradford County Commission has endorsed .... -
the concept of the soils map
but so far has appropriated no money Brooker Elementary Straight A's
for the project. The county's share of ,.., Stephen Mt Lead, &Ie Ma80lli Lorissd. BcMt..Melissa Hlalop, Bins EUeU.
.the cost would be approximately They are from' left-to-rlght: Shondee''LewU, Amy Crews: Curls Snow, Rebekah Welch Cory: Wright.Amy Hallmark, and Megon Pillow.
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$45,000, which would be paid over a Ken Morgan

three-year period but* due to the New Soil Conservationist _.

pinch! In county funds, it is not known r -' I -.,- ..-.oN _.-- ---...... .. -,< .
at:this time If it will be included in the
fiscal 1OW-85 budget or not.
It Is estimated that mapping the soil
types in Bradford County's 187,373
acres will require three or four years
to complete plus another year to get :
the map published. The State has seta The
target date of 1991 for all counties to
have soils maps completed.

useful Morgan for residential said tho soils and'map-will commercial be ..i,, ,. .''", ,, '

developers as well as'farmers' 'and O'ff'

timber growers, and also the county ,J.'I, .1 c'e

health department in testing soils for; .f< 11 ,' "
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septic tank installations. 1 .
Morgan has a bachelor's degree In : 28% SAVINGSIII

soil conservation and land use plann TACKY-FINGER' < .. i I'S' "h. 0 4
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ing from the University of Florida'. SAVINGSIICASCADE '
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P
handling
Whenever speed In
His office will be in the agricultural. PAPER' ,,-,,. Is Important. oz. sizes. paper v ,j. <" SAVE, OVER 35'% '
building U8-301'north. at Starke, ,. T
and may be contacted at'' GuoJIy! 20 b.,white paper '" 6A$-TF400. 64 ASSOCIATED RULED PADS''A
telephone
br .. .r -,, Reg..90 Veo. : High quality sulphite
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964-6280.co ,,' extension.. 289.. J C -o&i.i ,'i 1 Also available b''econanical VA' red margin"' Nr1e t tett.r6O" iheats.' I J E '1' W., L. StreefStarks t
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oz. i.-
,',' I' OPl-OD22O4-ieoal' size ,' .size! > r a .;' ,.' .HEADSTRlDnI.C1, ,I.'t' ,. : ,4
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il7'9c" 8..x11 .- Flsrkfa
."{' OPl-OX900tefter size' 6A8-TF5OO ,
d' I. QP1-OX9OO4-Legal size <. .' t-, ;...Reg., UQ.' eo. QP3-C811CP'Con l ). -
QP3-C811WP
(White)
n"I- Bond, S588 .
oflsetmrneoa'r; I" Reg.Q9AO'' 964-5764
,QP1.QM220'\.letter.lze..f\ ,J :., ,( _
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5 Of ficials : r a& '14" '"
..Lawtey; I7 ,{Qfl-OM22O4-Legalslze;) .; >" ,:. '.. 8i4 x .. '. --
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Ltr '"< r "QP3-C814WP "e4. '
aaV"-" i'! (White) S 'r
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.$097 'VSA99 Reg. $10.80, :,dL BJ. ,
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Sworn-In Monday ,. .
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WreamT'ream ". jf '
., '"V'-" ,; Reg, $ :. ,Reg.$8.7OH '"s % SAVINGSSTANDARD I America's. ., ?' '\ r t

Re-elected city commissioners ,, PAPER.CUPS. | ;" favorite" -,:! ;
Buster Marvin Rosier and ; ', .
Bennett #1 Size '
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Robert Scott along with Police7 Chief' };>t ,\ '.fJw 1 'i >4' ft ":>',,6H4-7238a. 516O bafl .
M.M. Jordan and City' Clerk Lucille Reg. $4.00 Jper1OOOv, '
Shuford were sworn-In for the new v Jumbo Size e': P17,, "C /; ;'"' j I

year at the first meeting of the yea}< r r -6H4-7258O .t S5 OO :" 't
Tuesday night, Jan. 3. ,' :. :Reg.,S12.QO per ]OOO i .SAVE.. .. 58% ;,. :? ," "
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Councilmen Bennett and Scott andClerk '. .' ,' ; .' '. ,,'r ; !,, \ '
Shuford had no opposition in the f. I ,SAVE OVER. 35%" *,"" ., .r TQ,6" .. ,1. '
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December, election." Councilman : BIG BIRO ; ,
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Rosier won 198-110 over challenger, ;' it, t, .' ,. STENOGRAPHER'S NOtf BOOK, Plastic barrel molded cap
Spud Massey and Chief Jordan won, ,, :'... ',, ; For Gregg c System (narrow ruled) won cka I i- "< '

250- 8 over, challenger Buddy Griffis, ," QP3-C6925GG .SA24 BE 81(.,.GN.. m. .' .
Veteran Councilman Robert Scott : Rep S9.6O \J ;! "
,3. y. ., Medk.Jr.n ., orlI>I"Y
re-electI ,', ,'JI ucz.
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the chairman i.
currept was r "I ''' / + '
; to that post in, a 3-2 vote'with Councilman -* 3 -0',' S VE.$1,50'! 'fl"' ',t: .. ,Yi ,itJ!.'," for?"?!tTKirSyrterft[ "? ,(wide ), QNVGSMTVCOIOR'ORGANIZE'AND : ) "

E etrBright. r..aVra.faU Lahd. ': ""I: d''a '- '"Irf\. QP 8WPG' ,.; ..1$804.0\\ ,.... J i3 .dL .tj.I""_:1.m. .: ,
v''' W STORAGE BOXES (_ : ..!it: '>. : ,: : tJ'rVEcclI"omlcClt 'sk4b1
... t" voting lor.The !t6fto' p ".'f'i s o-?, ate'rttet'" _" : 'l(11 ,r 'I""tJ t">>!,tt'1Rapr S1.1AQ+ ? \ ',1, 'JFIroe. s'r3' ca'F bits ,.Usb at ryry, '
er CObt .. ma,._, i ., 'A '" '{M..t11vt.'d'ha; ,. '....?Wt.LrtLA1v',J1+,1i' "
== !a\ 1,;" : 4.f f ili?:. ... ''W
.. un \1l&\ +a r oln1r '1 I ,,1"'lYjI; //rig ''A. "",Mj "1., .J. t ".r' 'lt".t
: Rao :6e'd ; a a6E5W"
\ council: member will remain Ltr.sIz12"wxlO"hIC.24'1"' AVE ; ; \
,I heads of the.same departments. ," S ISO, MESSAGE SORTER ;". .
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last year: ..Stuets..Benneth.FinancesRosi4f Rep.: $580 ,8- Five compartments. Overall size b' .INSTANT I 'r f {
t ; Sanitation-Bright, Lgl.slze-15> x( 1O"h x 241Reg. only 3 5/8YjJ, 4 !/8 x 5 I long ,,INFO ,: ,
and Water-Harris v' 6E5-2 $ S174' PETIiEusrfiNDE: I \
4 61e3-iii-eK '.
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,$6,30 ea. ea
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Anew police'car; a.1984\ Ford LTD t '. 'n' -, .. A.,1, r... ,1.': i. ,6K3.110f-Prj by/bakf g Compact ZyA"x'I' lA,+7 (n
with a'302 cubic inch engine costing; file holds 125. (
$5,000 with trade was purchased from 6K3-11OVW (B K/Wolnut S2'51 4" cards. tee-thru,
Terwillegar Ford of Starke. Reg. $3.25 ea smoke lover' ,L '
:The council received two bids Available In beloe
on a + block Bi K '
(BGE) or < ) '
new police car one from, Lake -
i Chevrolet-Olds in Starke for 'a 1984. :30-dO96SAVIIVGS" 6A2.s3oorGOLOR.$7299 .

Chevy Camaro for ,$9,968, and 'one '.' GLUSTIC' :" ft") ; v..;
from Terwillegar Ford on a 1984 (with "{ .. .
' Rut>on glue lot paper; <-< '
police package and a 302 cubic,inch ,, 'cardboard,fdbrto, photos,' .' SAVE 4O%
engine) for $ '
1 '' t
trade Terwillegar also submitted a polystyrene. 1t HANGING'FOLDERS' ,
.< CSm.J ')1"* t, FuN 2 Inch expansion Coated rod'
; bid on a 1984 LTD with a 351 cubic "
inch for $10,600 with :; 4' 8 J ends Packed 25 folders tabs !
engine $6,000
. or" BUYNpWiH tt' w :,' '',.Reg$79'Reg. V' .
trade, 1Wo-WAYSTORAG FILE' "I .'. ; QF1C5215(2'itob.S692'HoIcJSletterorlegoIliZerecordslno ?
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, considerable (Lao.) rt j .
After c discussion i : ,'..' 6C1-U75 ;bx:

, the Councilman 302 Ford died' 'motion to buy .heovy duly cubic foot'box with a ., $149. 9"z!9C'1"', QFVfc52-1/3 (3...."." tab) S713! .. ,
,unanimously, "r?r+dle on eachend" ; :t (Extro :LOe: :)' Reg $1205"< /' 'bi.
6C1-U125. S136r"\ SAIIE.OVER $4.OO; Legal I Size' '
1 Pilfering Problem... ; SMO6
6E5725Reg. $2'33' QFVC53-1/4(2"tDb
. Mechanic,Wilbur Heath voiced hisconcern ..$3.Q0' Reg". $1.99. J Y'e0 ,I, QUALITY HOLE PUNCH .. .Reg. $13/45 .. ) O ''bx
I ,rrr, Punchel25sneets paper with ...... '
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about a number of. robberiesof : : Q 36 "
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T13(3tabjS
two W' round holes kat2'bh": center to ) 1iI
his garage for parts to cars,, :: ", center spacing, '. Reo. $13.80 Q bx If;
"I have been ripped off and robbedabout j
r
five times in the past year over ', 6H2-7405O' $1074. DRAWER ES 1

here' and I don't know anything else '. .;" Reg.R9& Mode of plated; steel'with smooth
do-: It is "to put me \ sliding rails, Inches,tong." '
business:I would like to put as securfty (-,; :SAVE $4.50 27'11\\ r '..
'a mobile home at my place.! .They I VC52F1 (letter) slS2 94ea.
COPIER LABELS '
" (the'vandals'' ) .are doting as much' _. Reg. S3.7O r rfifMSfaFLOeflOj .. "
damage to the cars as anthing else. Iself-adhesive'<>, .'t{;,.'". J ,, ", "
After damaging stealing from the r graphic' copier labels' ,'" ; )
'r* ; 25ea.
.i s 26
"rx7"JOO V ;SAVEGIVER %;
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tSAVE'OVER sheets
cars they''are damaging the building ,. ? 'per. box.* 53 labels ,lv* *,* '. ',, Reg' 790,1 ; :'i .. .'.( ?
after they,break.into it. With" SbreakIna sheet. "IO.*. J?: ADJUSTABLE HAND PUNCH .. '
per. -4? !' -*' 4' "' "
the. ,' insurance ,is. -out. of ""J'I.' 2 or 3 hole. Two end heads shift to \

( Councilman ( $3.qpSOPSRSTORDHAW6R' ; "..' .;,. w.-.OAM351. :S1 I 40.anvpot1OnPurd1eI1:2, ; / : sheets of.16b. ",9: .11' ./.f',. ",;>": t >'." ..'
Bennett. questionedwhethe1 .,. Reg..$2425 7.?il" ',bx, 1; paper: Back.. "
the? eount"lIealtbJDepart"* .:'Easy access drawers tack'and. :) 4r-dI"llt. 6H274O20Reg. .$ I. .'
"' S4'iLtr' ) .-,. ', I,a '","" .'.". e.A.. 1'074 .
'InterlocKupto/hlgK :
tank d .. $' .
ment would a ; 95 +
approve septic 1. ,
,-.'-.' frti) ; '1 / .V'V r-: ;.,__ I : '. ,j.. / 4M I timl/ i :.
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for the mobile borne. 'The ,
now city '. .. "..,,: :
6E5.351's': ;\ .lH/ z 't {'\ /! <
would not object,",:Bennett but the said'Health 121/2wxlO.3/8hX241 I $] 75, ,"\ j' '-'!"" ,. .. ': I. .. ':..>. h

Department may :' I I' '." i\i\ eo. tfojl'il"ldWI'., '' ; v'l
Police Chief Jordan.then.:offered., I l' .J;' 4; f40eqt rh
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"Alt the. break-ins, have been in ,,: ;' i'i, "" : ,
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and the involved "
have vesttgated been apprehended persons'butthey, ,. .r l .i''i2W?' : ;'1)8hx .fi $1 26 9'eo' ..' ,",, .:, ,;' .J ,. ''' .. ....,Z' ,1 ,
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have not com to trial yet> : "" .4<1 .l>htT .p.w.'tI: J" tl .;' ., I ,H" W. ,

Councilman Rosier cautioned '.. ,'" I ," .,J' .. < I .. .' :
Heath to check with the Heath<< Dept., ." 'J" .: "'" SAVE OVER St9.pp/ .
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before putting in, a!mobile,: home.' A .SAYSOVER$1200; ,
) red; f.} "/ HEAWDurt : : '
: : \ PUNCr : .. "
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"Don't put in a trailer before you find '' 5A1iECOVERED/ OVER S3.OQ; '
out the sopttc! ,tank regulations.- \ Punches UD to SO sheets of Mb. 'sooo ELECTRONIC' STAPLER
.. ."< Heath then reqoeated to be;"cOl -' VIP FILE ; paper. Staple 5.OOO times
idered to do repairs on city vehicles.:. ,..' ti"'WI&rl' I I ti |nc1udet500..2WI..ofCQrcl-. : ,standard.Black! : !,, r' "S without reloading Uses an asy-to-'
o ., i Available m black (BK} bad dbpoaWe cartridge ot t 6.CXDO
"I have the neces: equipment and .
6H2-W45O staple SmoJ. cornpnct and a1yIstpu' \ ,
:;;, would be able to do some of the repair 1 $ '" 'belgel (ISGE; )and brown JBN[ J! .? .BI<.party .erown and gutty (FV).
'r, work for you,!'Heath told the council. 'b 4MP24CCOLOtt'b: COIOn6E5

" .SP I(9) P L800p l. 4 .. '
.i f In,other business, the'Council i. m4-SP ? ''to-. .$ 'I99' <<: ':' a
.. T
I, pk"of 4 Y.1759 '
.,Approved installing a street'' light', RIOGE'S4'07
g.S4.9S, .'
< Brown Lace
on a existing pole on

Was warned by Mayor Scott to beoa' 't

:'the look-out for another, dump
truck;; since the old one has been In:

bad,repairlafi quitf some time: ; v DS IR I ,yr

LrWa.adv1sedbYWater'o .t.chairman
Laura H rr1s' tire''I...6r,ftanl'''* I' 4l'i.;< MM1. IJj

IJlIIOI yHiBO. atpaiff int -', \, w Hrs. 1 WINTER"M
t s88.bring the t total to..P,.mifton MiM riK
gallons' since the beginning the
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The Wave of The Future -- What 1 Doe. It Hold for,Us IlIil iI\ : ; ''IJ; 1


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In its 75th Anniversary Issue, published three "turnpikes," he said one along pa, not'duplicated by any interstate.

30 years ago in 1954 The Telegraph, after each coast, and another down the middleof Thomas redlcted, "In 75 years (from
reviewing the past,asked,"So What About the state. 1954) Us; Highway 301 will be a con-
The, Next Seventy-five Years?" tinuous city from the Georgia line to

Here are the predictions made at the Most Today realized, this with prediction Interstate has 9 95 essentiallybeen paralleling Sarasota:'You won't be able to tell the dif- r

time by the late A.J. (Arch) Thomas the East Coast; Interstate 75 sweepinginto ference between leaving Jacksonville and
whose position as Clerk of the Circuit Florida from Atlanta, through Lake getting to Gainesville/ U.S. 301 traffic ", '
1954
Court in Bradford County for more than City, Gainesville, Ocala, and on to the continues to increase and it now carries ,
two decades provided him with an excellent Tampa-St.. Petersburg megapolis on the almost 20,000 vehicles through Starke each -
vantage point to observe what was ForeCasts- West Coast. And the Sunshine.l Parkwaytoll day. At the present rate of construction .. S I
going on, and what might reasonably be. road cuts diagonally across the state along thls'route it seems likely that the 'fThoma ; p-
will be fulfilled by the A"
expected to be in store for Bradford County from Wildwood below Ocala, to Fort prediction "-
in the future. At that time Mr. Thomas Lauderdale and Miami. year 2,000 ij; ,.-r| ;,
'
had been a resident Of Bradford County for Have Thomas.made seven other forecasts for:, ;
cities have been
and
52: and a surprisingly large numberof Many Florida towns five of which. ,
years Starke and,Bradford County, .1iI G ,
from these socalled"turnpikes" ,
his predictions have already been fulfill- Come hurt by competition established service have already been fulfilled. ',
left
ed in the three decades since 1954. which
True stations, motels,and restaurant: sitting on 1. An airport in Bradford County with 4
When asked whether the proposed"East highways that lost their traffic to the new major airlines scheduling flights to serve -
Coast Turnpike"would have a detrimental super-roads. Starke was fortunate, the area. (This one has not been realized
effect on Starke,causing it to be bypassedby however,In being served by VJB.301 which yet, although there has been some long- : '
tourist travel Mr. Thomas shook his continued to play an important role as a term projections of another international "iii.
head. Within$years, Florida would have diagonal route from Jacksonville to Tamp airport for. the Jacksonville area With the : -

'.. possibility that it might be located in the ". -
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,. ; ., southwestern part of Clay County ,' 'j ','f ,. .
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I '. w' Bradford included in its service area.) > .. .
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: .;; and ,tOt, ', '. .
'' ,. '. 2.:Subdivisions at Hampton Crosby, .,
vlTORlA Ls : Sampson .Lakes. (This prediction has ',w ,; '....
been fulfilled.) .
already by 2,025..With the present massive tnigration cern because "large syndicators have
'.., 3. A newt courthouse for Bradford Coun- of cold refugees from the northeasternstates created a money-raising monster they

.('J'. ..: '. ,- .. .;- S ty. (.It wa&completed! in 1970.) and the, Mid-West into the Sunbelt it must feed." Pessimists say the Industry's
; 4: A game preserve at Camp Blanding is entirely possible' that this'prediction ,sudden wealth could create a bubble of
More Diplomacy Less Rhetoric:- (The Camp Blanding Wildlife Management might yet come,true, risky investments that might burst,
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.: Area is now; reality,) So what about predictions the.next 73 similar to the land boom in the 1920s.

"' .',. -5. A state highway from Hampton to the year? In deal after deal, investment syn-

Needed in 1984 Waldo-Orange Heights Road. (State Road The Florida economy is looking strong at dicators are bidding in head-to-head competition
325 now connects Hampton with U.S. 301, the beginning of the new year, 1984 with with each other, FlorIda' Trend
the "Orange;Heights to Waldo" road) the "trendline" of economic Indicators at says, and commercial property prices in

If any lesson is to be learned from the In these dire circumstances, it Is 6.'A.'professional baseball team winter- the its highest January point Issue'in history of Florida', according Trend-to ,Florida inflation are rising rate.at about double the national
in (This one has yet to come to
ing Starke.:
success of Rev. Jesse Jackson in secur- ironical that Mr. Reagan has never pass but with 45 years still to go on Mr. magazine. On the brighter side,of the situation,

ing the'release of Lt. Robert R. Good- been within the Communist world, and Thonf ad's predictions..who knows?) But could the state be growing too fast however real estate syndicators have not

man, U.S. Navy flier, from captivity in Mr. Andropov has never been outside of 7, Expansion. of the timber Industry in for its own good'Someone has to pay for encountered major problems so far and
Syria is that quiet diplomacy is more it. Their personal contact was limited to Bradford with small truck farms each new sewer'connection, each new thousands of satisfied clients have made;

effective in dealing with adversariesthan a few icy exchanges of messages during being county by large ranches. (This water and electric service, and the cost of vestments above-market, the magazine returns says.on It their is more in-

is the futilename-calling, so often 1983. They should meet one another face prediction Is'a continuing one which seems expanding doesn't utilities tQ take care of new likely that the syndication business in
growth come cheap.
with the trend toward
engaged in by President Reagan to no to face. well under way Florida will experience a general cooling-
small "family.farm" from
removing-the According to Florida Trend; real estate off make
period as escalating.prices it
avail.If There have been lots of indirect com the American scene, and the continued syndicators have made Florida one of*, more and more difficult to find a good real.
""sticks and stones" were effectivein munications, such as Mr. Rea an's conversion farmland to timber-cattle their principle "playgrounds," sinking estate deal in Florida.
raising, commercial construction, and hundreds millions of dollars into the '
"breaking bones, there might be statement that "They (the Russians)
residential development. state's commercial real estate and driving So what can we expect when the year
some excuse for using, theme But as reserve to themselves the right to com property values up to dangerous levels. ,2,000 rolls around Make your own predictions -
every child knows from the old nursery mit any crimes'to' lie,'to cheat..." and Mr.Thomas "guessed" that the'popula- < and then stick around to see if you,are

rhyme, they' are useless,' 'except would "end up on the ash heap of tion of Starke.. would reach the 30,000 mark 'The magazine finds some.areas for con right. x

perhaps to impress the television audience history," presumably consigned there .., J

as Mr. Reagan has so effectivelydone by the United States. Such denunciations r t Where: Are.The Funds Budgeted For Road Work in Lincoln City?

in the past. even if true; are hardly conduciveto '.' .. .
talks aimed at reduc- : ; C. .
The successful negotiations in freeing setting up arms '
Lt Goodman have undoubtedly boosted tion or any other issues of mutual As .a .native of''Bradford' 'County and .Positive were included In the County lam aware'of the mentioned

Jackson's stock candidate for the benefit to the superpowers. The first seven year taxpayer residing in the LlnBudget ,for anticipated repairs' and block grant which was submitted and the-
as a S in to thaw relations coln City Community, I have seen and exreplacements for. our roadways. One: current pending one. However, what n into
Democratic nomination for Presidentby step any attempt perienced.many rainy.days and nights. would think that the resources to correct do while this ''grant ,underffrerclalpreliminary
making his name a household word, between the U.S. and the USSR must inevitably This type of weather condition in the Llnsuch a problem have somehow found their stages? target

if it is not already. It is extremely doubt- be to tone down such rhetoric.In coin City area is one that I would refer to of the grant Awaituoad from SR'

ful that this latest dramatic develop- explanation of its "Men of the as distressful, in regards our roadways. LETTER S continue to accept tbMirve' i in SR-228, and
I would think that the representative for living in the Llncehiddleburg Road on the
ment can overcome. the major han Year" decision Time said it recognizedthat '
this community could find the resources to Lee Lane on the south.
dicaps he faces in seeking the nomina- "the deterioration of U.S.-Soviet better fit the needs of our roadways. I am TO THE EDITORipayers membVwU1] ask th- concentrate their grant in

tion;but even so, the example he has set relations overshadowed all other stories. concerned about? the thrust of our Comm -,' i"and J"u-eet and drainage improvements.

in showing what can be "accomplished, in 1983.But theulfortunat fact is tMt ,.Ioner' bility ask to get is things CommlaWoner"dope In this"1 t'Way to'otbet..Mhrities in other areas ot the i c\Jl") will.be.the middle or the end of -

by negotiation.'rather than confronta-r,.1 many-Time. 'readers 1Jis keely'! '$5 ume: irnyteispatleaddconcerned'' a commtrnityad ; our a h solvayq; & >>'f\inII 'd"tf ing..tlaar 'olJ'. =ed.anuary Sanderson before estimates the grafts that'are 12 award-1 or IS,,":
win influence ,. ofthe Ytiar'some of thlg Community. I I peaR ....
tion hopefully the Reagan that .ManGol".Men" ) : .is.; .5. 'thisteetjb1e'eroslon. problem. )wrant.! $ will awarded statwide in the
deal with
administration in its future handling of kind of award that singles the 1 am inquisitive. in regards to 'the the from bugging experience..one down and who stallouts..it has to .is just'tiOI: housing category, 9 or'11 grants will I.'1,

foreign affairs. recipient out for distinction and.honor.., disbursemAit of funds. which I am almost down right frustrating! be awarded,in the neighborhood and
,' "
commercial revitalization and 9-12
Offhand we can think of half a dozen or -
The of nuclear which Mr.
'
spectre .war ;> ", grants will be awarded in the
Reagan and Mr. Andropov have raised more men and women, who contributed : economic development cat<'goryi:
.
more to the world than deterioration of
during 1983 and the deterioration ofU.S.Soviet
relations they have allowedto its peace and bringing it to the brink of Cuiatty'Aent's Notebook _Bradford by Bobby<""nt'Acenc.Taylor "
:
develop during the past year have nuclear war. We a ree with the &." '

caused us to doubt the good judgementof Gainesville. Sun' editorial writer who :M .

Time Magazine in choosing this said, "...such a designation should go to The weather has been the topic of conversation Animals. Adapt to Cold... food. It seems that animals turn feed ,
name-calling pair of adversaries as its those who have done the most in apar- the. last few days. Record low and/or fat into heat when needed.This is ?
Nature has also enabled
of
joint "Men of the Year", Of course; the. ticular year to further the cause of, say, temperatures have been recorded in many animals to adapt to and withstand many freezing our Important for area livestock producers .
and the hours below have :
magazine, as usual, is careful to point world peace or science, human rights, .been areas unusual, The last part freezing of Decemberhad temperatures.Most will survive if they are (our pet animals owners are) rem getting er.energy ;

out that its choice is not necessarily bas-' medicine or politics, or even'the more ,several.f Ylh with record breaking healthy and have good nutrition!or enough !eed when we have bad weather "

ed on any great accomplishments of the frivilous ventures of sports' or entertain- .temperotu, es., 1
"
men it so designates,but rather on those ment. They should be ew'ardedfor' Many of our plants and animals'can take '

who have had the greatest impact on the overcoming unbeatable .odds to do the low temperatures for a short period of \
course of events in the preceding year. something that is in the best tradition of time because only the air Is below freezingand Forestry Bradford County \r

it to that this impact man, something people'can feel good the sop and plant temperatures remain By David W.'iort n, ,.
But, even so, seems us V." above. freezing. However, after -, .. ',.
and influence should be of a con- about' several hours of below freezing, the top Prescribed fii-e'is fire, which Is applied The most common type of fire used Is the'

structive nature, and not, as in the case Just because. .':v'R'eaganand few inches of soil and,.plants, themselvesmay in a skillful manner,under exacting conditions backing fire or'one.that backs into the

of, Mr. Reagan and Mr.: Andropov, two Andropov..have, tattled more',sabers,. actually freeze. of weather,in a definite place, for a. prevailing wind rather than running with
superpower leaders who have allowed issued more sharply worded statements' When water in plant tissues crystalizes specific .purpose, to .ac ieve ,beneficial ,it. This is much slower''moving' and

relations between their two countries to and challenges to' each' 'other, ,and. and expands it ruptures plant cells and the results.It therefore easier to control. Certain
plant, or a dart of.the plant may die. is also the second most effective tool la weather conditions are necessary for any
deterioriate to a nearconfrontationunlike scared the stars out of more folks, in re- prescribed ,fire so aa to. make controleasier

any seen since the early days of cent years than any two men'or.womenalive' This doe not occur with all"ylants and cold- landowner preventing:wildfire the most available effective tool to a Is a forest con- and reduce damage to,.the crop
because of
the so-called Cold War., That is no ac- is hardly cause to plaster their most our evergreen cerned ana careful public. '' .trees. General weather conditions
hardy plants are dormant,or can general-
I desirable are: a north wind of five to ten
complishment for which they should be pictures on the cover of.'Time.as' >"'Mert' v ly survive this freezing action. Strawberries Most of'us realize that prescribed burn- miles per hour,from one-half to one inch of

emblazoned on the cover of Time. of the Year"., sIn and some greens will also survive, ing it)used to reduce dangerous accumulations rain is desired one to.three days before,air

The pictures of Jesse Jackson in face- the first round' of euphoria'surroun- '"' ,;i enough freezing cold temperatures'conditioning'if.they before have.a hard had realize of the fuels other in a benefits stand of derived trees, but from few a temperature humidity of 30 of t/5O"20 to., 50 F,and a relative

to-face conference with Syrian Presi- ding Jesse Jackson's Syrian'-success freeze like"e had over Christmas It looks regular burning program.Proper burning
dent Hafez Assad was in marked con- most of the other seven Democratic like we have had extensive damage (if not will increase t-jag for wildlife or cattle: ,it So if own woodlot and have been'wondering
trast with the pictures'' of Reagan and candidates praised him for his initiativein killed plants) to these 'crops this year. It can be used to prepare seedbed, for' '' about how to pass through it
will takea, Yew mild days before we can ; without getting your clothes torn off, you
Andropov on the cover of Time, with freeing Lt.Goodman...Even President assess the total damage of what could be a :may corii fire as a tool. A'

their (backs turned to one another, Reagan, who did not favor the mission, disaster for;jour producers of strawberries for easier access,which may increase the: .word of WADING though, fire Is a
scowling in. different directions: No managed a TV smile and said, "You and greens.!. value of your timber,and improve: the appearance dangerous tool,. and the Division of

wonder, after a year of name-calling in don't argue with success." All this is to' say' that some plants of the stand by making more desire./''Forestry is available to' assist you. if you

which Mr..Reagan denounced the USSRas in the succeeding 'days,. some of the.:. adapted to, the area ,will survive the park-like./ ,
the "focus of evil in the modern, freezes, whereas,,tropical or sub-tropical '
skeptical, including :columnist. George will not. This is Important to
plants ,
.
said
world and Mr. Andropov the US. '
Will, will 'accuse Jackson'of playing remember when you are selecting fruit Cheese Butter 'Honey .Milk 'I
"violates the norms of decency.And politics with the Goodman release,,'and trees or ornamentals for your landscape. ,. ,":;. >; ',:' < ,:, :

after the names came, ,the no doubtthere: may'havebeen-an element ? > I'' ,. I \ \: '1"

walkouts., "Everything is finished," of that in his mission; But what if _Do Not I rwe# .N "'-!. To Be 'Distrlbuted"anu': ary\5,6'J, / : : ;. :: :

said Soviet negotiator KvitsJnsky as he there was? Politics; apparently, enters If your tender ornamentals freeze back.. ,

stomped out of 'a meeting'with' a into everything these days, and the,important do NOT cutout the dead wood until April ..
Cheese, butter: honey and milk will be distributed eligible lathe '
first to allow time to determine what has ; to clients ; .
from the US. arethatLt.: Goodman is
negotiator Consequently, results : .
actually died. ,Pruning tooearly may January distribution of surplus USDA commodities Thursday and FrtdayJ'January5and ;
we .entered 1984 with no arms control home;' an' increasing1 1 ''number of cause you to remove wood that would have,, 0.r: 'I.t ;: ,

talks by the superpowers underway for Americans ,Want the Marines' out, of recovered.; In'/ addition* dead plant '",. ;', According to the Suwannee River.Economic Council.'which handW the,! '; .'
the first time .in. 14 years We 'sit,''ap''"' Lebanon; and President Reagan material tufted ,acts to shade .living : distribution food stamp cards will no longer be accepted.: Only letters of ,

parently helpless,.with the future of the' learns anything from ,this incident he material below And helps protect it against determination) ,which are issued each. tint. clients are. recertified. !will be accepted -. ;.,
.
world in the hands of two leaders .who just might temper his rhetoric with 9 lit] subsequent freezes and temperatures,If you.have citrus reach fruit into 'at the distribution points.,

share together the power to determine tlemore, diplomacy from here on out on your tree it .U best to harvest the rer 'The firstday of distribution; ''Thursday, Jan.:8, U limited only to the '.

whether there be any future at all. With said the ti.s. rosining tr it immediately. Leaving it on Physically handicapped and those over >60 years of age/who meetguidelines..This
As has I in
Henry'Kissinger Is done order to help those who cannot: stand In line for
hands on the doomsday' .clock; :now the tree leads to fapidspoit.,
and the USSR are to co-exist" long periods of time Clients who are not handicapped or over age to are asked
within two or three minutes of midnight, unless' they blow each other* 'up.:?'The, You :should have given hedge plants to wait for the regular,distribution date on Friday.- "an. ..'Thespecialdistribution ". .
an accidental blip on ,a radar screen, soonerthIS fact is recognized; the their last pruning before winter. Although for handicapped: and over-40 will be held only at the' ) 4. .'
most hedge,plants wIU'tolerate minor site RJE school 9 to '
could conceivably touch off a nuclear '' regular ( buildingfrom a.m. <4 p.m. Thursday,
.
sooner, our superpower leaders: 'will l : pruning anySUne during the winter', if we .
holocaust that'coujd destroy alj or most, 'I rRegular'dietrttiudona: wIU he held as followst i :. 'tj'! .
head for the negotiating,table, ,, ,, get all eatgfifrA midwinter'warm agell. .
of the. :world, '. ''''t)! :*", j" n''..., .freshly pnnd hedge may Hurt rout. Thin 1'ursdayJad" : b*Broini9, (+r.CityllaU'I..m.to.p.1n.\, \ ,, ,; \ 'ii, ,
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I : : "illiix Brenda David Alvarez Wed Nov 9 at First .
and Baptist
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Brenda Ray 'Prevail of 'Starke. TLamar Eunice; &.- Alvarerr, and back and flowing train. She wore a' on the bottom layer and topped with
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronaldtarring Randy Miller. string of pearls given to her by her white and pink: carnations. Silver
of Graham,and Loren David Miss Vickie Lynn Norman servedas grandmother Mrs. Merrill Starling candelabras, the bride's bouquet and
Ivarez of Kingsley Lake son of Mr. maid of honor. She wore a In her hair,she wore a cap that Bible balanced the setting. Mrs.
nd Mrs. Lorenzo Alvarez of Starke, periwinkle blue floor length gown secured her veil edged with seeded Diane Hodges and Mrs. Gwen
ere united in marriage Nov 19, at with scooped back.. and satin ribbon pearls and carried a silk nosegay of Akridge cut the cake. '
30 p.m. in the First Baptist Churchith around, the waist. She carried a arm white wedding flowers.A The punch table was covered with a
Rev. Ben Bryant performing the bouquet of pink gladiolus, purple iris reception was held at the! Starke white lace cloth over periwinkle blue
uptials. and baby's breath. Golf and Country Club. Mrs-Yvonne and was centered .with three silver
Highlighting the altar were ,two Bridal attendants were Elaine Coll- Nettles, aunt of the bride,.greeted the punch bowls encircled with.greenery.
edestal arrangements of white pomims ings,Diane Castany and Kim Nabors. guests at the door and ),1......Karen The couple Is residing at Kingstoy
pink gladiolus, and purple Iris Their gowns were fashioned similarto Casey kept the bride's book. Lake.
gainst a'' background of heart the honor attendant except In cloud The flowers front the wedding were The bride is a 1978 graduate of
andelabras with burning tapers .blue and they carried the same type used to highlight points of interest in Bradford High School and 1982
andle aisle markers were also Used bouquet.Shay the ball. The tables were (decorated graduate of Fla.-ida.State.University
Danny Martin, organist and Billy Sweat was flower girl and J.D. with silver candelabras and in Economics. She is
IcRae and Carol Milner, soloists.. Kilby was ring-bearer. greenery. '" -, ;, 't f employ at the Department of Cor-
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,} 1 ; F iii nr F ,resented a program of nuptial! ''Given In marriage Door father, The bride's table was covered witha rections.

rt nuslc. 'the bride wore a length white lace cloth over, periwinkle The' groom Is a 1973 graduate of
t Leaman Alvarez attended his candlelight gown with Victorian blue and was centered with: a three- Bradford High School and is a Riverside

rother as best/' man. .Ushers were necuine, full length sleeves sheer tiered cake highlighted by">f fountain, Uniform Rental, salesman
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-"j'; ___ gathered around a circular 75' children fireplace Ito : 4f Pf5 {; e. 1f8

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sing Christmas! carols led by Mrs:: .
: Roberta.Lebr, at a Christmas party,'';, "' : SocietyEditdr':; ..,., ",;,'. ..;;
i tlfaldyiMooty 96.1.10'08
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;1. given for the children of FSP and UCX
"I \ ; _ ,employees on Saturday, Dec. 17.
,.;.I As Santa's arrival time drew near, '

,'., ,', 'parents :Joined their children and Hn- : i"r. ,, {,, ,, %' 1 .,! .. 'U H ''iS' 1 i'4"'j'l: fj i:
ed the aisles of the FSP training com .
-
plex, eagerly awaiting the sound of '
sleigh bells. ,Upcoming- ..
Amid squeals*of delight 1 from the: s t Hwnernalcebh,*taa Woman's. Club Presents
Bradford'
children,Santa pushed a wheel barrel
A 4.pyj full of gifts to his chair: which had ,;t Women\ off St. Mark's To Meet Jan 12 Arts & Crafts DisplayArts

y'1tr mr s r'y' .been 'placed between ,a glowing TO Meef Jan..10. : .
andMrs.'bavUTAlvaretSTOu : fireplace and a ten-foot Christmas' : ( ; ''Charles Hutchinson) ) of'Clay Elects is and'crafts.will be displayed at

... .,', Mi tree, decorated. largely. with hand; ,. .Women :of>> St. Mark's Epfecopaf'Church 'S'o..op will speak on a1 hew program; 'the Woman's Clubof, Starke luncheon-
.. ,. ... ; '
." I' made ornaments. '
"" : will meet Tuesday;'Jan.10.at'' 'Load Management., at the Bradford meeting on Wednesday Jan. 11, at 12
d i'1 '! .,Jq.. ;" :. 'I' :.t-H'" ,! I. While Santa listened to Christmas 7:30:: p.m..In the Parish House. '. .' ; County Homemakers ,Club) noon In the club house. Members are

: wishes and distributed stocking anda -: '." meeting Thursday,Jan. 1?, at 10 a.m. 'encouraged to bring their handiworkfor
Etcetera ; : > .. I gift to each child refreshmentswere .
.,. Ahentlcn I at the.Bradford Agriculture; Building.. display.
; ?) prepared and placed on tables Hostesses be Mrs. F.E.:
*, l! '. I.'..'I r: ,First Methodists HoldStudent beautifully decorated with ,centerpieces Class off 34 > ..< te:3.yonfi Interested, ", 1Il.nvlted! : -to.at. 'Ahrhart, chairman will Mrs.: Earle Kraft,

Steven Earnest Recognition Day that were handmade by Mr. .;t : ( cochairmanMo,\ Mildred Bellizl,
and Mrs. Leonard Ball+ ,"'Bradford School .
Anrd'rdear gegrGe High class of 1934 Mrs. Maydell Bobenhausen, Mrs.
College 'student! home for, the _To make the evening complete the '' 'have a planning meeting for a'' '" M'! ..H.P. Herres Mrs G.J. McGriff Mrs.
children participated in a cake walk, t un1ononWednesdaYfJaniUatB; a' ,1,1; .'-IIlIJi': Francis Merle;Mrs// James Murphy
Slteven'Ea'rnest. a 1977 graduate of :)holidays took part In the Sunday morning .
Bradford received"B.Ar.degree'in service at1 First ,united'' then watched a video movie providedby 'p.m. 'Western' Steer Steak house 'Wo' .1tCI.'b'' -/1' .' *I. Mrs; William Rink, and, Mrs;. V.J.
School '
High a Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Harris. a n Present!
All members attend.. :
"\ are urged'to, J Spengler.
Church of Student
Criminal Justice6nJ Methodist as part ,. ; '"'
Elmira '
The was given by !
party
Dec:t 29,' 'ceremonies' held'at .the1 Recognition SundayJ 's!> Thornton i and Ruth Gaskins with the 'I,. i I "Triuly I Bmlly'foit". 'flu. i 1..; 1. -
Jacksonville Police Academy. Steven ';:oe After the service a, reception was *' .
Barbara Cluli '
assistance of Susan Bryant, Womati'S jot'
.t The wiri
Half Starke
maintained a 93% average in his held in the Fellowship: given by' Sienkiewicz, Sherri Kersey, Pam Church of God .
v : present Mrs. Marion Conner in "Tru
Recruit Class No. 183 and was in the Campus Ministry.
and Jane
Graves Carmen Chastain,
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covered Presents ly Emily.Post";; a one-womanplay On
> The refreshment table was Program!
top tencategory. <
Captain James L TomEnsort l of. the1 y r>:: wftita rod cloth witb.l oe1oVe.layami, :j. iHarvls"thank,,you"who*wish to 7thelr to>'say husbands,a,special, the '* y'.: I Thursday, Jan! ,19,, at .\Cr !a.m.!. in the

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office servedas held a seasonal Cookies The nationally ,known ""Good club buildin.Twins" '
serve FSP Pistol Club, and all others who Brunch will be'sei ved at'll i ,'i
master of ceremonies when Ray and punch were will present a singing concert a.m.
) .. (t. \ ...' .,- gave assistance or .donated baked, Tickets are $5.00 each and reserve- .
mond.,A Simpson was guest speaker C" 'd ; Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. at the First Christian
j; ,andof to'their.Jolly
goods course,
and-t>hnh.C.. Nelson .UndersherUf,. -s ': .,'. ; "-1 '' r' ',. .Santa;who helped make the a;, "Church. The'public is invited to come' lIons maybe made i by calling Mrs.,
_party
was in attendance. ",. i ,; I ;;j.B. Cfawford, ,', success. ," 'and' share in this spiritual concert.WH. Thomson; ?.,984:7806.- ,
Steven ]is-\the,son of Mr. and'Mrs/ I. '
"rthd v.tronre. .
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Wallace 'Collins-' of 'Hampton. He '
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receded.,football,scholarship from '''I '
BH&ancj attended Clinton University,'. ,, ..J.B. Crawford .Kingsley Lake E ngagemer"t. bid' You Know. _
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Mis'l.sipPI.dle-.1so attended Santa; was. glvent i sujrtfrisft"partyMonday Mrs. L.H. Gibson SUrke and sort ;
Fe ,sComH unity College and night, Jan. 2, at western Steer Steak '.,.' '1.\' ?, L )I''"n'), and daughter-in-law. Mn ,and Mrs.
graduated, from .ttbe University. ?'of '*House on his '50th birthday given by 'q l .it-' v-- : : :" 'r''+"-,;' Laura Jackson Arlington.Friday Texas Gerry 'Gibson of Merritt Island ,
\ .
Lisa to with
North'FlonWaii ,1980. He'has been Jhischildren: Mil l'l<11 Mrs Al1tnjiWfOrdlJ1 Lee Strayer ; f ; Spent.' last Wednesday returned Monday fter'two weeks
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nd Mr 9rd.o .., .\ t tihed.grandmother, ri' 1G "'a O' Gibson's w.. >.. aV NITt aW'Jt'
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a.ekIWlVUle.Shetlfi Jo- 't'i8i' Mt1IoUS. .tGerrYH ;
emplprnd &w,1t the 1 ',a3Dafaid. G '" ttf.o ci fd
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Hunter Rauhofer'' *'; 'rReports ,s ''n e U'- haped"table 'where the 56' .Mr..and Mr, Ljg.Strayer of Starke, .f'o 1. Estate Planning
,. ?family members" 'and; friends :Announce thflengagement. of .their Universal Life Annuities'
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[ ; .foYDuty'" ;. ; gathered held a garland of poinsettias daughter Lisa Lee, to Donald.G. '" 'Individual Major'MedicalGroup
.Vend a birthday cake centerpiece. Turner of Donald J. Turner of In-
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Mairme' Lance .Cpl. Hunter GV Mr. Crawford's DENMARK- INSURANCE Major Medical
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of Rauhofer Starke:'iJon has of Warren for Rauhofer at mother Mrs., Amelia, Crawford. .of Keystone Heights Representing Prudential '.M4rdicore Supplements..""
reported duty ; : <. '
Marine-Corp8."Air-Station,"Iwakuni. .Gainesvffet Fellowshfpt augKe'r"'aiia .fun'',.' Tit Weddirn pl ns"wWi ,lnnauace<
Japan. prevailed during the happy occasion. Home ,Auto :|Jfei1Mot/ / bile : ,1up.o".ooOOO( ; )
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D.J.ad.yaunow.Robbin<; ; :; ..:';q.ir.fftf";' .- .ir'7i.i* v t.oW:.r qu' Jrkllr.,'; ,, .' ..1,....' ..''',,. EngagementTold,_ ; ., x:> *, .' .'" ''IRA! 12r: Annual Yield
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'Weaver of Tampa and 'l Mj a'od Mrs. Mickey Dansby and Kingsley Lake announce the engage- \ rj;J

Teresa Slack of Richmond, Va. spent family of, Prattville, Ala. spent thepast ment of their daughter, Linda Denise. .. .. -.. ." .. .....,.
the holidays with their mother, week with their Mr. and ,
parents to Scott Lazenby, son of Mr., and Mrs,., ,,! > fie 'I '
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Patricia Slack,a|Econo. Lodge. \ u -Mr R.9 JW sbv in.Stajk. : and MP ti, .Joe Lazenby of,Starke. ; ,f. ./V 'I:,"f. '.
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I: h ud'MriPiEdwwrd spavii Wedding plans will be. announced! at fl .,.,: .
Mrs. Evelyn Standard and Mrs.An- Gainesville, "lot \ J'f' .a.later date. .," ;, ,,. ;! ,. .,. .

nettie Junkins of West Frankfurt, Ill ,. .,. i ,....! JI'%' llly, ; t :;:: yJ
and Eugene a Radon-of Peoria ;fLrspent Mr' and' Mrs;(L'.FCDinklns spent" "
Deci!16.: with, their.brother-ln-' ;Dec. 15-2S with"their son-in-law and :', \; ,,:: : "N", .'' :"

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la wt-'and.sister. Mr. ''and.Mrs.iL.C.-, ;: ,," '. 'daughter,''Dr. :ahd Mrs.' James U 1 : : ...,.,,, ,'.. ,a,
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Eaiy Stith Pascagoula" .
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Mrs; Dolly.'Spiers: spent last week San. Francisco J Calif 'I BIRTHS 5. "'JI"" i, ", .

with Mr. and,Mrs. Marion Langston I i > ., 'J'I .'
in C.olumbla.S.c..; '. ''Miss 'Susan. A dy.ofV: :;\Enterprise' '. .. I, .' '. ." "
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MrVandMrS; Mac Baldwin returnsed ; \, Mrs.,,7(. -' .1 : f. i .
last Thursday after a weeks visitwitoUneir .pp's.bf'$! \ 'd>,,:; ... ,: .
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Hall in, and: 'Melissa Joellen '. ,. -.AJ ;
daughter;Maxine Mr. and Mrs': TonY.Casey\ Mr'; Merriliees tJ' .p. > '>\
"' ,-> Mr A and Mrs. Hobbs and Mr. and .... .p l. !
Fort'v Worth, eras Mrs Johnny son, ;l ; ;,'
Merriiees -,010 ;d r ? "' ; .
James Wells at Fort Walton and Mrs* 'Mrs. Lee Casey'and' family and Miss Cynthia and Jay of Santa 'I'; : "

..NeJpkJ}} \ \ atBonifa, yi fl :,. Sarah Douglas of Starke and Mr' and Fe Lake announce the birth of'-a'; : ... it u'V'' :. ." ,,''L lr.: "
( ;,Mrs. Chuck'Moore and family of daughter;Melissa Joellen, born Pee: i' : a_' q 11 1 ,...AiJ... 1 ', r!: ;"., M i
Id'rsr''G3adys' : We1d n. spent' the; i Cooper 'spent five days last week \,23in Alachua General' Hospital' She ; ... O\' .0 .. ,1.. "Sft. .\, ,I
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Christmas.Weekend with per son and snow sJkUngln.plowirtg" .Rock,;'N.C; Joins Michael two brothers, Ben",age 7.',aDd. ,, .J#:, : ; ... ".... q D10 "\ .. ". ".! '
Mr.and Weldon in; r : age 19 months .. "
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Macclenpy;, art ..,.:. "P \R J "_..,.,,
.A' Mr. and Mm Gareth-Jone and Doris Merriiees of : ....z. .
;-' : Pacific Grove, ,. I.. "
MrT andMrstPat: Welch'and family family were in Miami ,Dec., 23-31 Cal..Maternal grandparents are Mr. ,."'.,". ..o'i' "" ., ;
returned Sunday from weeks motor visiting her parents Mr. and.Mrs. and Mrs. Joe ,GIsay,of'Starke 'and i" .p' ,_. ,;.e.'O'f't' .
Harry Workman and her brother-in- great grandfather b Edward / '
N.C. and Helen,, Kreyen.uIJ ,
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and son, 4W"0: : 'y1 :" ,
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David Joseph' Carter' ,of :stl< '.George Watson and 'We invite yon to worship with us* !: '''' '' "" '" 6 \<.! ,,. ". ,
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Petersburg spent thd last week with* ',The Congregation Invites You to j; I. AtttMM. ItoMir' .I' $; : ,:;._. \ ". .,. .

his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.Max-' Come and Worship With Us' .1 SundaySckMl. .. :.. ..i"..,.. ,. ..'..1DiI" ; S.'o' .....:;, .. .. ..

ie Carter t Jr,.while his parents ,were, i 2aadar IcIIMI 1,:r.tn, ,+ .-. 10 AM I W niniVanNp.i" ," ..... .... 11 _, '" .-- "" ,, ,
snow skiing at Big Sky,Mont where l\{ W")1IIp) ';/J., ) \\-n- v,, -H.,:1 ** I 'Emttpltn .........,?. ;. .... ... ;'Nh) .)n1',. "4l; ... "
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was 34' below,zero.for, ,several days;! ... j: t. 1tMMr'"L".I"'j'u";: : ;! ,".taiJ.3CI"; 711' ,:,,1 i wadtro.,." _. ',,...,...... .;";"1$0... .' m ,":; ,. ..st1 '"
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Walton Beach 17-30 1. : 9';

son Lawson.and family.Mr..\ : and rs""J ferry' .; KingsSey! Lake ''Baptist Church r'' e '. ,; ,, ,.',,',,",.,, ";y 0; gam"C,.. :: j1pt.A'n" ':'*$%&/''..,..".,./' _' 1 ,.' ,. I


Mr. and Slit*; ..Wa%' WUburd .o/ l,II: and Jesus CMsHs' l i')" ,' ;-r-: ;' _ Summit NJ.: were last Thursday : 1 .Wftije'::::everybody.I| ,tonwbedy l' ,..., 7V./ ." ,., .

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Brooker New, '8 '' '.. .. "" ,1' ,J '. 'I', : .
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makes me believe the Nortn l'ijIy'j s taking I dn Tuesday evening before;; Snow, A pr grani' special' music received. .-.
by C.U.: "Sue"Davis FLU MAKES NEWS LATE.... over. "\ Christmas, the youth of New River was presented by Sandra Marchman Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Morley
phone 485-1344 Going away for the Christmas holiday When my electric bill arrives for Baptist Church went carolling and of Mayflower Ark.This was followed children of Linton Ind. and Mr.
Mrs. C.W. ReavesTo makes one late with reporting the month I will know it has, How's distributing Christmas goodies to the by the serving of refreshments. during Mrs Sidney Moody lei: and Mrj. ....'
holiday happenings especially upon about you, the public is that your senior citizens In the area. Wednes-- the fellowship hour. Moody Dawn -
Lecture At
sentiment? day afternoon the Academic Ad- Jacksonville, were the Christ
returning home to contract the flu- youth presentedthe Richard Cain, an
Monthly Meeting play "Home for Christmas" visor Santa Fe College attended guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Blat
bug not being able to talk with' to a of the
Area Personals. .
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Mrs. C.W. Reaves, of Gainesville, anyone until Monday afternoon large audience at the church. This the A.C.T. Council Conference held Brooker Elections...
will be guest speaker at the January makes it bad.I Rev. and Mrs. Andy Moon and was followed by a visit from Santa in Clearwater recently. During the
Riverland Music Club meeting. will say if the old wives tale of children have arrived home, after who talked to the small fry and two-day conference, Cain reports he City election of Brooker will he
Mrs. Reaves, Inter-American what you do on New Years you do all spending the holidays in I the Carolinas. distributed gifts from under the received materials ands taught the third Tuesday,'February; 21.a
Music Relations Department Chair- year long I sure am in trouble. But the and f.eorgla. Christmas tree. Refreshments were "Strategies and Technique far the ty Hall.
man of the Florida Federation of medical profession will profit. To my Mrs. Anita Countryman and served in the Fellowship Hall. Improvement of advisory efficiencyIn Seats 1-2 for a two year term
Music Clubs, will give an illustrated way of looking at things at this time, it daughters arrived home after a week The Praise Christian Church of National American Testing open and the unexpired, one yearon
lecture on her musical experiences In seems we have been transported to with her parents in Clearwater!,The Graham held their annual Christmas porgrams which will enlighten and Seat 3. .
Latin America. the North Pole Instead of living in the K.F. Johnson's were Christmas dinner program at the church. "The Birth ofChrist" the SFC students will achieve excellence Check the advertisement on
While in El Salvador in 1972-73, sunny South. The white frost visible guests of the Countryman's and was presented by the students in academic advisement door of City HaU for. qualifying.
where her husband served as advisorto Tuesday morning and the frozen Anita and the girls accompaniedthem under the direction of Mrs. Archie which will be very beneficial through 6, 7 and Monday, Jan. 9., between
the National Ministry of water, in the bird bath in my backyardhasn't home. /I",' ;rfi Smith. Mrs. Tim Crews ,and Laurie the instructor and the materials be hours of 9 tit S. ..itT<
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Agriculture,,Mrs. Reaves became Involved that thawed in three days "'" ''1' .
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with the National Center for t
the Arts. She taught judged and advised
in the Departmenta de Musica.
a training program for talentedyouths.
She has several times visited
the prestigious th Program of the AMERICAS: FAMilY DRUG STORE

National Symphony .of Costa Rica. YOU'RE GOUJGLqCOUPON OUR
Here she evaluated and conducted
workshops. .
Before going to Central America
Mrs. Reaves headed,.the string' or-
chestra programs in Alachua County SAVINGS

schools. .
In 1970, she was named Teacher'ofthe

Year at Gainesville High School CUT THEM OUT & SAVE
and in 1971 received a State OUtstan-
ding Teacher citation and was awarded -
the Distinguished Service Awardby
the Florida Orchestra Association ,.
Upon her retirement, a String 'j .
Scholarship Endowment was set up in : .
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her award honor to a talented which gives string a player$100 each cash 11 ::::; :::: 11 I > ii

year.In 1982 Mrs:' Reaves. was named phoning Irs easy to ahead save time for refills.by 11 11 ::::: :::: I I I ... .. .. I z? ;

"Musician of the"Year" by the area Our number Is on your I 11 11 I'
Foundation for the Promotion of prescription label. GLOROX I
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Music.In _-
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addition to her school music totU'I'JII.I'IJ: :.] 1 -tlU'I'-'I'IIIl.' ] 1 11 11 .' I
teaching Mrs. Reaves has been a .j. 2
symphony violinist and a noteworthy i r U = : ''I
teacher of violin and piano. COLGATE I l PERSONNA. II
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Guests wishing to attend this in- 1 TOOTHPASTE I | DOUBLE EDGE 11 1 I 11
teresting and educational programare I S.3-OZ.CEL or 9-OZ.PASTI I d I
invited to contact any club 149 | BLADES all fabric bleach I I I ,
EVEREADY SUPER
member. The program will be held at
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the home of Mrs. L.L. Dyal, Jr. at 10 I 11 49C 1 1 1 11 HEAVY DUTY I
a.m. Thursday, Jan. 12. limit 1 11 11 PLANTERS DRY j | CLOROX 2 I I "C" or "D"BATTERIES 1I

Riverland Music Club. 1 I limit 'I pack ROASTEDP. PEANUTS I I DRY'BLEACH .I I I
Hosts Talent Show, 1 I 11 UNSALnD 11 ;' PACK OP a I
9..25-01. u .., .Rea.T.z9II I
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the Riverland National Music Federation Club,a member,of Music'of ii GSifl" ii 199.100Z. I '

Clubs hosted a' talent show at Coupon Good Thru';* un 7 I I CouponGood 1hru cat un 7 coupon Cood Tttru Sat,Jan. 7 I I 'C'\Juon Gorxt Thru Sal t Jan 7 J I Coupon Good Thru Sat;; Jail 1 .I
Brooker Elem. School Dec 8, with Lwwwrrrrrr_rrr_'J L_.wrrrrwrrr rrrr.l L_________r____JL______________. M-------------.
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variety of -provided. by :U'I'-I.l.JJ.I: 1

talent.This program' Was to help raise I 'I NICHT TIME 11 PANADOL I I RUBBERMAID I I M & M's PLAIN Or &

funds for the "Piano Funds" the clubIs I COLD FORMULA II TABLETS OrR 1111.Or. BUCKET 11 PEANUT CANDY
working,on to purchase: a piano for I 10-OZ.- I CAPSULES 1'. 99 11. $9T4or
the school. I 2 49 Compare to 1 1 SgvOURCHOIOf I I ;' 11 I Re!.2S9 1
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Participants were: I NVQUI! .11. 4SCAPSULSS + r I 11 Coupon toad Thru Sat,Jan,7 !! Limit 2 r rI
Anita Countryman and WB.McKlnney Cannon Good Thru Sal Un 7 Coupon Cood Thru Sat.Jan 7 I 1 I 1 rquupr 6pd11ir 5a{ in i
a piano and violin duet; (l.rrrrrrrrrrrrr rr.ILrwrrrrrw..r wrrrwr..rrlhwrrwrrwrrrrrr.. wrr lwwrrwwrrrr I
BYookefSchool Students( ,'3.15sin; lng;; . ECKERDI COUPON .
Josh Crawford a solo; Silvio './ .
Cavaceppl, piano solo; Pam Will- I NATURE'S ORCANICS II I" INS i's S Ifi'
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piano solo; Emilio CavaceppilAJi, CONDITIONER II ALPq", "ztl"-f ,1".I ".C II _
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Fussell and John Hendry, instrumental 119YOURCHOICI II ,... li.8.8 C4mlt2! ; \' .i I I II
on accordion and guitars;Suzanne. =:::: = II f Iln I II II I I
solo Nell and coupon coos Thru sat Jan.7 : "LI"1'l'dp.ru."l! Coupon Good tThruSatJifJ,7
Dyal piano; ; Mann
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Piano Proceeds Funds for were the placed school.The into pianois the I EXTRA-STRENGTH / I CURITY II 3-SHELP PLASTIC !! RITZ CRACKERS. PJ I

now on stage at the school to stay TYLENOL --. TRAINING j III BOOKCASE [ 1111'' *-4*.
but the club is still raising monies to. SO CAPSULESor :s. I 'I'Jl-I.lIJIJ 10".11"I3S"' 1 09R .1..ip 9
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finish paying for the instrument. 60 TASIln"a. s 299 3PAIRSReg. ,
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Club cookbooks arrived in time for I Limit 1c -.." II .s.99 II 129911U. II Limit, ) ,,. .
Christmas sales which have helped 'upon AodThrusad Ian, 7 Wa '-"' : :::-'-
considerably.An -- ____..I ._______________.._.. 1..1.__rrwwrwrrr.w..
official dedication will be held. .. .m "'.' .. .
Time for/the dedication will be an- I .. .I'.L H 1 .I .I. .... "I..z '".I' .. J

nounced at a later date. I II i | RECORD/STORAGE .1 I
Refreshments served the MYLANTA ENTIRE STOCK OF CABINET CRISCO OILI
were I I II II 11 1
guests by the club.members after the I LIQUID ANTACID II SHOES V 11 CHARUSWOOO I '
show. I 19912-0Z." 0 I 1120% OFF 1'1688..0.22" I I 169n.oZ.... 1
I REG. PRICES' II limit11+ ..
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MITCHUM = Lonlc sLEEVeo > OLM SPINNING'REEL & CONAK ......
Mr. apd Mrs. J.D. Warren spent II 1250-WATT DRYER } I.
Christmas weekend with their son ANTIPERSPIRANT ..':'.1::. { PRINT SHIRT !! ROD COMBINATION. =1111'oas as9.99- .
and Mr. and ss-or.ROLL-ON. r 1 IIII- w tMMH m* ._ A -n. V.. SATk OFMR"
family Mrs. Jeffrey 1199 Reg.T1s9 II $' Il..w116TH8'8PIC1"L I II IOZ.
Warren In Brandon.Mr. .2-OI..SOLID or I I X99 Z .Rep..1... n,
SPlAY.- I 5.00 ., \ II
Limit Good Thru Sat Jan 7 Coupon Good Thru Sat ,Jan:7 :
Coupon i II -- ; ,
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Cooper upon r nil Tnru it un / 11 a, ; J
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I COLGATE II KORDITE 39-CAL. -:- :

and Mrs. John Miller and son, I TOOTHBRUSH LEAF BAGS v.O"! r d"t, I I'I I! I I : II

Kevin spent last week with their son- ""LEAF !
in-law and daughter Alc and Mrs. I 18SCSTYPI' 11149.0)(01110 'BAQS 'of". lll I

Kevin Tlllman and son,John Ryan, in I rnuljonr000Thru oIt l Jan I II want' aOdnru'If 11'.y 1<> .WI-. -' II II "1"11" .."ni Yin n n.nSi III' I
Ariz. snow ski Coupon cooclThruSacJan) 1
Goodyear ing at White Mountain They were Apache Indian ..._________________-.L_________________.. ...____________.._. ____ __________________

Reservation over Cllristma.weekend . .. I eI H'I' "'.1"J.J: !CKIRD C OUPUN. : .

.1 CHLORASEPTIC SORE I I CEMCO GLASS FI ASSORTED ,. LLOYDS MICRO 1
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Rahn spent I THROAT SPRAY II 1 II LUNCH KITS CASSmERECORDER
ChrIstmas weekend with their son-in- I PERCOLATOR 1.. I
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law Bollini and daughter Lake Park.Mr and Mrs.J.R., I ",. 11 699R8O.10. w T ''II''469 r.t, 1I tB.3999

I LIInJt ? I' "xnwn Good Thru'.at Im y ,II'.Ccxuor.Catpdi/vu/ .Soil 1.111 1I' ''' c.xk1 Tla'l ,;n 1 .
C.AlOn Good fhru Sat I Ian 1 .4<
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng and ;: __I..___________ r_...&._rrrrrrwrrrwrra ,. Ilwrrrrrrrrr rIsrrrrrrrrrrrNrN .' r

children of St. Petersburg spent the . .. LC _.iL.' ,._ 11II."UI". I
J weekend with 'their parents E.L. a

Meng.Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Paul I I ALCOHOL ISOPROPYL & II SYLVANIA 3-WAY U-'SUBJEC1'WIREB UND / I SPARTUS FLAIR QUARTZ 11 E I'

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Reeves of Mount Rainier Md., has arrrlttlPAUITHraI' I ::: ' been assigned to Lowry Air Force I .BARS 1 lackslwty of'lcIoIII Bradford: Sq. Skoppinc r

Base, Colo.:, after completing Air :S p.i/. *k. rya 1 sox LA Gai .. ,. ..
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the final seconds of the game pulled Next 1
the Tornadoes from behind 53-50 to tie day night at home against Class 3A WATCHERS .
Middleburg. Tuesday the Tor''" '
night
the game and force: it into overtime, r
nadoes will host Clay .High..' Junior I'
and to eventually win 65-60. '.
Sam Norman drew a foul and varsity games start at 8:30 p.m. and ; '.
technical foul and made ,all three the varsity at 8. PUTS THE ,

shots. Then with Just 16 seconds left in
Iw the game Tommy Johnson hit two Score By Quarter! "QUICKrIN1O :' :
pressure foul shots to tie the game. BUS 14 11 .7 10 IS ,
Bradford held the ball until the final. K1IS 10 17 14 14ftHSMUmy It

buzzer minute to overtime.put the game into a three 4-4-14, Fr.ncl. 2-0-4, Pt" ,. .

Robert Bellamy bit four foul shots, "'.It *.,-". ChviMlW "'.1'. Coo,..> SAFE WEIGHT :r.
drawn from an over-aggressive Indian **.!!. Total.t'29-H-44. '

team along with a basket each 'r" "
1w, r ,. h from Sam Norman John David Francis LOSSWITH

; and Simon Mitchell to out score

iEfp Keystone Tornadoes 10-9 led in overtime.throughout'the first OUR NEW i.. ..
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halt to walk into the locker room witha \: I' "
31-27 lead at the half.

Mid-way through the third quarter QUICK START..5
Keystone went with a full-court press
and scored 12 straight points to take a '.
41-35 lead with Just under two minutesleft :: '

in the period. .PROGRA'M.. I ,
Herbie Cooper dumped in two
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,Close the gap to three points.4138. .ttK11 "
The Indians opened the fourth -U i II o "cl !,> ., .' ,
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to ease ahead 4738.
1L r .*> 'drI k I 1 I1L Bellamy added 12 points to the AS

+ Bradford score in the fourth quarterto
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: out," said Head Tornado Coach Mike Mow the leader in safe sensible weight loss .
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fv weeks, while eating 3 well-balanced meals a day.'
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bench and we made the free throws "Illr 1 Watchers. .
Call Weight A thinner you cou4! '
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for .be right under your' .nose.
Daren Chandler was lead scorer ,
the Tornadoes with 19 points followed '
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nine point deficit with just under two w 4 St. Edwards. Cathoilc 'Church441N. :
minutes., left in the game to tie it up. .
\ Lead scorers for the Indians were Jempfe' Avenue,:- 'Mondays" 5:30; :pm .

iii:: with Bruce 10.Harvin with 17 and Jeff. Green All neW and. )Joln/nQ/ members *riould. torte ,;30, mlrll"t.. .earlier.

"Johnson. Norman, and Bellamy than the time listedabove! ,'. for more.Vntormatlon calf fol t f roe 1-800-- ''
all three shot good from, the fuulline./ Bellamy; for two.
.Herbie Cooper nabs rebound. .
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P9rni1tt1na most water?.uses as required by the Florida legislature October- 1,.

1982, For farmers, the. law requires all Irrigation livestock dairy, 'and poultry.
operations to apply. ,for permits for their water uses., There 1 $ a two-year >

iT',. ./.nn., *; *' compliance period for water: uses In' existence prior to October, 1982.;. 'Jf '

1'/M.y 1 .applications for these existing uses are completed before October 1.. ,J1984 the.

._ .t Suwannee River' Water Management District Governing Board will' w 1ve' .the $2t) W$50: ,
permit fee and 'Issue permits FREE OF CHARGE. In addition because of the unique

and specialized u'esof water In agriculture the Board.has .made arrangemgntstoH ,!
k 'have District staff give Individual assistance to farmers In completing-"

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"' :,, 0.. : U' ;; ;', /"staff., wil set' up" temporary facilities' help farmers f'1l'out, apjH .ttons/. If'

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A.Q. Smith,of Winter Haven: Mr. and, while her uncle Mitchell Brown was Christmas with their*:ItO and visited her brother-in-law land sister Carlton Yarbrouoh, were New Years
by Elizabeth Terry Mrs. R.L. Chesser and daughter, Liz, cutting wood, she ranf undetf' Iheltx':It daughter-in-law, Mr. and,"Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Bill Crouse and family? dinner guests of Mr. and Mn.Norris
782-3300 son Ricky of Sanford; Miss Marie Is a concussion but the doctor treated Wendell Kelly of Lake Worth. for the Christmas weekend. Gay.
phone Chesser of Maitland; Miss Suzanne her at Shand's and she Is to go back Jeff Tinder of Maxville'visited his Mrs. Wilma Wainwright spent the Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were
Personals... Smith and Mickey Barrett of Auburn- next week for another treatment.. Our grandmother, Mrs. Hester Hicks on holidays with her son-in-law and New Years dinner guests of their son
Mrs. J.C. Christmas dale; Mr.and Mrs.Randy Harley and prayers are with them all. Christmas day and brought her a gift. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Brown and daughter-in-law Mr, and Mrs.,
Tye spent eve Crissle of Jacksonville; Mrs. Irene Mr.and Mrs. 0.3. Boyette Jand Zach: Andrews of Graceville visitedhis of Jacksonville. Franklyn Starling of Bf tevllJe.
Christmas
afternoon and with
Mr. and Mrs. day and Bishop of Highland; Steve Carter their mother Mrs. O.J. Boyette Sr. mother. Mrs. Geannie Wood of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilklson, Jr, Angie DeVore of Lake Butler spent
Tommy Talley Mrs. Mattie Miley Mrs. Edna Harley went to Charleston S.C.and. visitedtheir Keystone Heights and while here he were New Years dinner guests of a week during Christmas holidays;
family In Jacksonville.of Rembert Carradine and Jeff Taylor,all of Starke; Joe and, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. visited Mrs. Elsie Norman at the their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. with her grandmother Mrs Pauline
Friends daughter, Lisa Harley, Mrs: Teresa and Mrs. Charles Renders and family same time.Michael and Mrs. Wm. S. King, and Mr. and DeVore.
regret to learn that he is a patient In Vanzant Mr. and Mrs Wayne Thursday to Saturday.Mr. Underwood of Green Cove Mrs BL.Wllkison.IlI.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee have
Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville and Massey and daughters Terri and Mrs. John DeVore'of St.. Springs spent New Years weekend Kathy Eddy of Anamesa. returned home from; Bisbee, Arizona,
getting along very well.Linda Mrs. Carradine Virginia, Audrey and Esther. Mrs Petersburg spent Christmas weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Iowa, visited her brother-in-law andsister where they spent Christmas with
and daughter Ogden Elva Reddish, of Lawtey and Stanley, with their mother, Mrs. Pauline Earl Prevail. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier and granddaughter Eugenia and
are sitting with him. Our prayers are Hayes of Alachua. peVore. . -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and they came to see the Gator Bow| Eugenia's mom and dad, Karen and.
with them. In the meantime Miss he came Mrs. J.C Tye spent Monday after.noon Miss Deborah'Johnsofi and brother family visited their son and daughter- game in Jacksonville.Mr. Manuel Martinez. 1
home Saturday afternoon. Terry with her son and daughter-in- Carl of Maxville brought.; their in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joey Starlingand and Mrs. Carlton Yarbroughand Mrs, Janie Higginbotham of Max'
talked to him on the'phone Sunday law Mr. and Mrs.John Tye and family grandmother, Mrs. Hester .''icks. ''daughter, Ashley, of Concord,. family, Mrs. Linda Chastain and ville spent Monday, Tuesday and
.afternoon. I In Starke. some gifts on Friday. N.C., Wednesday until Saturday. daughters Mr. and Mrs. David Wednesday with her son-in-law and
Jack Darley of Weatherford.Texas Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons, ,Justin Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Mrs. Elsie Norman had a New McGlashon and family and friends, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James,
visited Mr. Carradine on Thursday. and Brannon. of Jacksonville spent family were Christmas dinner guestsof Years party at her home on Saturday mother, Mrs. Vera McGlashon their Waters. ,,' .
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Collins and 'New Years weekend with her parents their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred night for the Youth of Morgan Road daughters, Miss Stephna and Penny Jerry Teston .ot Fort.. Rucker."
family and some more nephews Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell while her Carter of Clay Hill. Baptist Church. There were 19 pre. King Mr and Mrs. Gene Gay of Alabama, spent: the New Years
visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves, on husband went hunting in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly spent sent with two hostesses. Newberry, Mart and Randall Yar weekend with his mother, Mrs. Earl

Saturday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Earl Troxell.spent Paula-- Brown was -hurt on her-head- Thursday to Tuesday during Mrs. Joyce Betencourt of Callahan brough, grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Teston andfamily.GALLON .

Christmas with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll
and family of Boca Raton. 1 4 j
Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; ; JI .l1 ,
Hubbard Harley were Mr. and Mrs. :


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Hampton Hilitesby Bs YS

CLOROX .

Dolores Meng
phone 68-1'1$

New Arrival..

Ricky and Terri Wolfe of Hampton BLEACH :
proudly announce the birth of a son,
Jason Rein Wolfe born Dec. 7 at ,
Shand's Hospital in Gainesville
weighing 7 lbs. 8 oz. and measured 20 SC OFF LABEL

inches. He joins a. sister Nicole whois LIMIT-1 WITH A $7.60 OR MORE FOOD ORDER.
PRICES
three. EFFECTIVE THURS., JAN,
Paternal grandparents :are Gene S THRU WED., JAN. 11,. 1884. '
and Mildred O'Steen of Hampton.
Paternal great' grandparents are.
Rev. Raymond and Mildred Williams
of Hampton. ,. 0 r
Maternal grandparents are Ron SUNSHINE
and Jacqueline Sharpe .of Hamilton,
Ohio. 0 0 0 0FNC

Steven Earnest Graduates'

Mr. and Mrs.,:Wallace Collins at-
tended graduation exercises for their
son, Steven Earnest on,Dec 29 in I
Jacksonville. Steven .received .his,
B.A. degree in Criminal ,Justice some sot
following an extensive :course in x SAVE-20"ORANGES
Criminology and employment with I
the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office. ,
Steven's, grandparents Mr. and,
Mrs. Joe Oliver of Keystone Heights 0
also attended the graduation. r 0 .

ceremonies.CB Club Distributes DETERGENT i) .OnY. G3CARROTSCOMPARE

Christmas Baskets..

The Timberwolves CB Club donated low QQ Mr+pYr1AS4i'AVd
food baskets to elderly citizens in the I :.*
area at Christmas time. '

Hampton Woman's Club Y

Hosts Party-' ,,;,,,, ,:,",:, ,.. 'I
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Christmas party'on'' Dec.20 in the City' COMPARE* COMPARE"
Hall. Area children enjoyed the visit w
of Santa Claus as well as the gifts and
CHlCt food they received. Smack Cup HAMOR .3/1. Green BeansSSss2/89* I"AESHA.OFIIDo'Limes 1011 ALJ.PURPOBB *
Persian Yellow Onions .u.23
Holiday Visitors.... l '. i .
ASSORTED FLAVORS e.eoz P wNa1 AU onTNHawamianPunch.
Among those visiting Mrs.' Belle' 69.I PDTATOEA CANADIAN
Brown over the holidays were Mrs. I? Potato Pancako ..59* Rutabagas. .. '. L81'9 mash', .. ..." ...i.Jg
Kathryn Carbone of Roselle N.J.. OORTON&MANHATTAN '
Mr.and Mrs. Gordon Weest of Miami CLAM CHOWDER" OR CLAM STEW .eeor..I'I.AV0A8. NOfI'n.4WESTFANJOU pi,4 iBPe '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, Cynthia Clam Chowder..:::,:ss'7. Hawaiian Punch 69.' Eating Pears .' .ia 59' CeIIo1:0mat0es: I,.. ;s39; *
Natalie, Steven and Laura of Winter "

Haven Reggie and Mr.Robyn and Mrs.of Star y, Mr.Brown and Syrup 12az : _aur....wo _'" .. 99' PAHTRv"P Bathroom Tissue. L 99 Slaw 8HLVPACIWHD or Salad.. r. .' -0. Mtt. ,Wl&T'lANRmOA DeMdousApfMee! v : ?;"' .'. 4'ft..

Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of Bedford FRESHLY PACKAGED
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Lake Bartow, Miss Mr..4essie.Mae and Mrs. Ricky Brannen Brown of JUNE BOY+ FRESHKosher Dills .. .*. *1 49 f'Re"c4's Idaho Spuds .' .87.. s1 1' CelloGreerJs ..'. < i= 99, I"RE8H Florida" Avocados' 211

and Adam of Keystone Heights Mr.
and Mrs.Thomas Topliffe of Jaanvllle ; I
Mr. and Mrs: J.A. Cheropee
Steven and Karen of Atlanta Ga., O. '
Taylor of High Springs Pauline Aiken -. .
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of Crystal Lake Mrs. OpalTWoore of 60" CASHt
Williston,Small Griffith of Starke and i
Ann Griffith of Wichita Kansas: "
Among those visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,,I' ',COCA'COIA' YOUPq y"'.- l I B5 pt/ARE' FEE? i
Gerald Adkins over the Christmas H'' DIET Q '
holidays were all their children,Joey B 'TAB, COKE'SPRITE.9. \_1 rvr.oe "
Smith and Carolyn Wall of Jackson 0 ,OR MR. FIBBB : a
PLUS w
vile Mr.and Mrs.Maurice Mercer of S PACK')160 BTL. r DCPOSTPUMIT 299OOLDKNCMAM "
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Ft. Lauderdale and Mr and Mrs. -4 COUPON PER ITEM! nyM
Otis Stevens of Palatka. OOOO THRU ..JAN, 1,t, IOO4.E .. ,
Rev.' and Mrs. Raymond Williams oil =
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enjoyed the visit of their' children ,
grandchildren and great grand- .1
children during the .holidays. They ., ,

spent their daughter Christmas and eve son-in-law at the home, Mr.of 3 SU" II" :. : '.4 : ;"." :: POLKA DOT IB. : AJ-MAJDEN: ; r 1.00> ... ..
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and Mrs. Gene O'Steen where a party ; :3r.1 LONG GRAIN 59' I .
and gift exchange were enjoyed. AND, Tl ,9 '$2'10 .1I"IJmJCo." '" $8A'6.3 99
Santa Claus visited the home of PEPSI COLA' you PAY .i i : CHEDDAR RICE,' & ',I..S.J"' .
Paul Meng and Francis Meng on 'WWBi .. .
Christmas eve. He distributed gifts to. IDIETPEPSIPEPSIUGHT"79'< 'V 9' I'
all the good children, grandchildrenand :? I EMMA 2 is: JAR SWEENLOW too U'NT' ;GOLDEN _. ,eAViieoo. ,
OR 7-UP ,. ;; .
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in-laws assembled there. 150M\
'COUPONIZRAtEf .
Mr and Mrs. Wallace Collins 'TWO LITER 99, : CHAPEL- "IS' '.

visited their daughter and family.Mr. >JB <'OOOTH UMfT-1 COUPON>J WED,.JAN.PER tIS ITEM, and Mrs. Donnie Knox and children, .
> Felicia and Christopher, over the sl.,.MaORiq, .... I .
Christmas -:"
holidays. They also ; I, ; .
celebrated Joyce's .birthday which. -

was Scoggins Dec, 26. Family Hosts COMPARE ... _;\ ;" COMPARE' .. ''fCbMPAR' ; :-. : wrw," A

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PartyMr. C$1' Yu'w".J' ",1"21'1 ...... "Aft. .-.OA. {
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and Mm.Randy Scoggins and ..... :'/318., .
children April and Erik" hosted,,'aNew PANTRY PniPg I DAB 1 il Rlf :" .' !r '\1. '10'H :, r f1
Years eve party at their home.. Facial 'Tissue 2/99*. 'Pork"" "aa,- $9e' 1 Khu. '. .. 99. T J;'.a" .11 t2 ._....
of town guests attending ', ..
were 'J"
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and Mrs. Bill Meng Dana OPAM J-; PNQO.WITH OA MEAT II'
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Theron and Michael Hunter of St.Adam Pete and Mr.Renee and Mrs.of' I Luncheon at.. '-' 99 'KW. : ..!ff! .:,r.' .' ,99* hattl. :.....,:.2'.. osl id. ...

Keystone Heights Mr.and Mrs.Allen ITALIANWishbone WHITIHOUeIi! .' 1.... ., ,' .
Kent Gainesville, and Lance CpU: efMuiee".' loss $118\ ApplewUice ,'i-I.--' a$1." Pik..1moi1$1':: l r :
John Meng Cherry Point N.C,Also .

neighboring/ relatives.party' were numerous' : .. ". .. -, I

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Saturday ; P.AC'JILV
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fifth grade class will appear on the LIGHT PC twELY \ .
"It's Elementary" program on TV ... ; '!

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V 'cal G vernme ltAgen i "ApP1. g"f9 t.$ 7: Million' in 'Graists I



. area Five are dUes Applying ana one for a county total of In $3.7 our applicant A ceiling, the receive maximum amount vh tie; to improve conditions In three : IYI' I'' be awarded-in neighborhood,nf' and ''$*>,eOO,I to tostfttU 1,600 Un 'ar feet oflnch ot ouapfetatftd .... 'k .
can Is
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million in federal grant funds to be funds in ft categories, housing neighborhood and'comme..clal commercial reviUUzatloa and 3d percent e-. water l linen r we The project will include rehabli te-
each of the win
awarded three category/\ revitalization and or 13.8 million will be awarded ,,
I' by the State Department of under which h dl'alltIf"'be project .fco'kv lion assistance m the atnMiot of
Community Affairs (SDCA). and is application can be ma54Poo relocationassistance .
calculated
Funds available statewide for these the according: :\ to tw meant to assist mainly low to money fat available for economic >feet of J storm wnterpipe : Itemporary of 18oco,

grant*. total about $19.3: million and for exaammpleof city or county, moderate Income families. Applica development, applications under Oils and construct a storm water retention code enforcement funds in the
the ate
"competition will be stiff" verepreaentatlYe Lake Butler, Lawtey cities or Hampton,?tpv Af lions areas: are in the made city for specific target These "category" will (ace the stiffest: com ,/basin to help: correct Hooding. pro- mount of 938,000 and adjnlnJ tratlonundittg
or "titlon.
Marlie Sanderson a county. Llama in the area. () in the
of grant ceiling Is $500,000 In Wv target areas are generally the area,()f 't- amount ot .,.
v the cities in their
grant ap Ucations. categories '' The project under the category of
of housing aw the city or county where the largest Lake Butter StarkeThe
He estimates that
l only about economic development, is
38 neighborhood targeted at
ap and commerctAJ percentage\ of low to moderate, in
f plications will be funded state wide. revitalization. come families live. In the of 'Lake Butler hi applying for.., a city of Starke ia applying for creating Jobs by Improving conditions;
I The federal government turned the The both Sanderson and Linda opinion of &oo,000 grant under Uw category of pants in two categories.$C50.coo in for resident of the area north of tb*
\ funds over to the states to award this and reverse community deecclinepd) l Day/Koven and Company, Day who is neighborhood, and commercial ,housing'', and $150,000 I in' economic Bradford County CourUious,' called
year. In the past, the revitalhatton. A target a.as' the Sunny Acres Public Worn Pro
Department of restore'' vitality ,by Vyidlng twisting Raiford In the development.
t' housing -and Urban Development decent community housing a suitable p Ijv .! this may improve the grant applicant'schances application chosen in the neighborhood behind The housing t..rfthabUitaion projectwill jeThelocatedwil der ....
t awarded the grants'for the federal' Ing environment and of getting the IGA and the project plans Include go toward replacing and improving ded Into
1 government. 'Since the awarding economic' opportunitiestttjft expanding The |19.3 million will grant.be divided $282,400 to pave 3,700 linear feet homes in the area around The $235,000 for .water and sewer improvements
," agency has changed the applicants Sanderson. In the three 40 up of streets to reconstruct 3,300 feet of Apartments in Reno 'on SEALS east. $112.000 to- street improvements -
ore not certain what pie SDCA will be This purpose .Is accomplished "Pf (7.7 million will categories be awarded, percent I hi hous-or existing paved streets and acquire 230' The project: includes $280,000 for the .$30,000 In drainage improvements -
p I looking,for I In'the applications. providing money to cities and cOlA- ing 1P'ants.2t percent or 9B. million feet of.rIi t-of-way. rebabUiUtion of houses and"$180,000 ,$30.000 in housing
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I The project also Includes about forth a demolition and reconstruction. rehabilitation, and $25,000 in. administration
of the project

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,' Bradford ,
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Bradford. County is, applying for
$750,000 In. grant funds for
neighborhood and commercial
U revitalization in the target area on the
west Bide of 100A bounded on the
north by SE 10th Avenue, on the south
by SB Wth Avenue, on the west by SB
9th Street and on the east by; the unnamed
1'; US.D.A. CHOICE SAVE 80 REP LB street on the east side of 100A

which i* an extension of. SE 10th

} : ;' :';(:BONELESSb' _______ .Avenue.Most of the project?will.be concen

;Y':, trated on the west side of 1COA and
Il 4'9'f ) : ''most of the funding :will housed.. on
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f $ drainage and pavtag.i ,
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COKROAST .,, '":'.; Ralford

R.iford IIJ applying tor 9350,000 for
r BON'C .... neighborhood
'. : ,.' : .I:' ana commercialrevltalizatlcn.for
BUY.f :" (A 0'D I things. like paying''

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and drainage.

,;_ The project target area in ftaiford
: PRICES EFFECTIVE THUR3., JAN stretches' from Anderson Road on',
', ., L ,*-;THRy !WED.:, 4ANi; '11 t ,1084.... SR-u1to'5R"1d'and from Norman,,
_: Lane to just north of Centra.Avenue.

'lJ.m neighborhood o.i Hampton "for' '_,000

under commercial
J rn 'revitalization ,
The projectlDclude .
v,000forpay'
.
ing MOO linear feet of streets including
three waste retention basins.,
The project also includes __,000 to
InataQ 3,150 linear feet of e-lnch water;
lines and three: fire hydrants and the
n .,connection of 19, houses to the wateF"
system. In 1983 connecting houses to'
the ..water- system 'was not an
allowable item but it la being allowed
,in the 1983 grant application.tawtey ; '

t;WieyI

ia for soti grood'''
'applying $ J in
1MNU neighborhood ana commercial

revitalization.. .The. Lawtey target
e area is east of the railroad from SH-

1 .200B east to the curve in SlV-m and
'J .ONU. r ', IION4Sn between Old Mlddleburg Road on the'
a north to; LeIs Lane'.on. the south.;
Lawt*y will concentrate their grant in
street and drainage Improvement '
It will be the middle.: ot-tiM'end of

Jaw rs.betare,tb*gKanM.Ant.a.'Mard-.'
eai8attderson estunates.tbat,,12 or: i'
grants will awarded. a the,
ort11 grants
CHICI< I CHECK ol+rcK housing category; $ will

COMPARE!<,\ ....., ::;:ce;., COMPARE uiji Hg COMPARE ,_: 'COMPARE ..-; Pnlc commercial be awarded fa revitalization the neighborhood and 9-12 and

grants will be awarded'iin' thft
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MR.TURKEY f 'III.UN'tPOfllNCII" ni- .MA.1'\JFIqIV .... economic -
Nw. '4. devt'lpmentcpt iory.
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.. vp.r Cold weather hampered the 1983 'tawtey Christmas Huh 'on'Christmas' s90 '

t. ..... Eve, but eight brave runners stuck it out for the six mile\jog. v tO
1 j =- J.." il. Grady Pauley was the winner (If' thd event sponsored by the Lawtey

I \ ? Recreation Board. Pauley ran the.six miles in 40:20 minutes., Second place Q c
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; runner was Jeremiah Johnson in 4308 minutes. .
,a Other runners' and times were Ernest Fayson 49:40: Bernard Williams
'. .' ... i It :" 50:24: Jamaica Mangow 50:34, Patricia Smith (4 miles) 50:00: Henry R. F :w
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\ has changed from Tuesday and:Thursday mornings to Monday and Wednes.

',i' : day mornings.fflft'i' ..,.,. i.?, (t,, r. ;
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The Bradford All-Sports Club wnf meet Monday night at 7:30'p.m.. ,.,
Anyone interested in Bradford Sports is invited to attended the meeting at
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Bradford knocked down a to ; :
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and lost two during the College Town game Daren Chandler led the Tornadoesin ."" ,.. .,. ,". .. .
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Live loser's Oak a 45-39 to Leading scorer forAPHSwas. DimDolan ', I 't. J't!, ) .t, ,, <<-;;, : rb /,.
Wednesday morning QUESTION.WhaPts' .
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Thursday 'Bradford easily handled Tornadoes' ,dominated the game liability? '* Not people ' .. ," '. financial( backer$ ; '
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Averil Park 47-28 then lost to Cross' CIty '- starting tar \rSt quarter with a 12-2' many "":;" 1' Q I"

50-41: later in the evening. lead. By the end of the second quarter i : can swing a new you can depend an '

Bradford 41 BHS had a comfortable 23-12 lead. IIi'the ANSWER People 'are .liable cat alone. But with "* m ff% o Fortune Federal for.a ,' ,
Bradford outscored APHS 15-2 under certain- 'eircurm'taivCBS '

Cross City 50 third period. to: put the,game out ot i If persons- ..using their ; t Fortune Federal financing | X oor" 0 ,car loan'with terrns"arrangedtsyotlrs ,,

reach.,:; ,, [ Th spedal factory- ".*. .' from two tb fouryears.. "
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property; A.P.R,
;iRobert"Bellamy fed Tornadoes' i:2"t.Llve i' : < '< damage ,is. done to the! pro.er'Y direct smell.: 'Zero" on the odometer; '(up to five years for IOOhS over: .. '. '",

I against cross, City' with Chandler'iw; points with Oak45'. .I I'i 'V' 'pihrsJ JlB: bme. .:..." : : and-air-conditioning so chillyou f ,;keep, $20.00>) that'won't Latch ou'::; :<'";:' I
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game, and never let go of it. By. the ?controlling'ills' firsthalf!! ," ;' finaticlaflybpapbisibfe'fotcertoi'n ",, gas That \ to belong"l : ,.;;:

end of the first period the Tigers had ,Bradford let a nine point; half-time led ; ({nlurl.s.t 'f. \ in exactly the color you want to; someone else: Fortune'"' ':'

22-16 taken by a 10-8 the.half.lead: 'and,opened.. ,it- W to slip in the third and fourth quarters, other' persons using his. pro' f '. ;; With the'' prices of hew finances cars.v.and1 everything
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(Score'By.Barters tornadoes held Bulldogs to Just Liability! insurance can le!' i f world better.!

BUS 08 08 07 18 41 three points in the first quarter while bought tp protect you ; 'i! !(' ,today.'eVeryone t' your .

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In' the second quarter, Bradford against '.'. .. ,
BllS-Bellamy! 7-0-14. Franc]. t-t-4, S outscored Live Oak 12-6 to take an 18-t. for: complete ,.details on (! :i.. ; r .t. ?#h'';a With a qualifying deposit account

Norman 306. 'Challdl.r, ,,;.0... Cooper half-time lead liability Insurance you !f '!' dy 'rri ($100 minimum! deposit) ,

o-'.1.'Johnson. :2-0-4. FrourrfeHer.2..-.. Live ,Oak added, in two. 18 -point ([mightneed. We'll, be ]happy :' : "" .
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Chandlerv.was the lead t scorer;' for i' > ,S'S; "** in florida:' 395 W Madison I

Bradford ; f '; ,47Averil : the Tornadoes with\ 12 points Cooper' T ]i. ,* 1/4 billion dollars Starke n.32901,
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game of the< tournament;47.28 over, Chandler's' ,shooting : has chilled 964-4571; I : t''f" '
Averil Park High School j in the first since his 'record breaking perform t FORTUNE'T << .

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f, 'I: of the Bradford SALE Pursuant' to Section ludg.m.ntwlil be pending :
ILegal: l Notices;: :' Courthouse (Judicial County., th. 'RA'DFORD "S'' ".fURSUANTTO' 'South 11S f..t, to a pointof 865.09'1{ Florida Statutes, entered for 'tha relief Court for Bradford" County

,: Building) In Stark, Bradford < ,'COUNTY' .SCHOOL s< aJfAPTER:: 45.,. b.glnnlng, th.nc. run notice ;)1" given''' demanded .In the petition Florida Probate DIvU!
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'f' i County:Florldaat-;: 'BOARD.',Starke. .. Florida '::,: nORlOA STATUTES Wait 50 tout,thence run// ,that Charlie Cribs! P.O. l ." < ,,'lon, ;'the. taddre ofwhich'

t. '. --. -........ "' the hour of J.-OO P.M, on will hold a PUBLIC HEAR: ((19911' South 50 fo.tthnco run Box 1344, Stark. fla. WltNESS"y hand and I I. Clerk of Circuit
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.1r'" ING 'ON 1'NOTICE\ East 50 f. thane'run-' the soul 1 of this Court Court Probate Division
.J.o" ''le'i' 'th* 34th day of January,, : PROPOSEDBOARD -t 33091, sole owner) doing on
''' : ", ,. A.D.1984. following- RUU' No.. IS GIVEN that.. North! 90 lout to point' of business under the firm, December 30. 1983. Bradford County Cour-
I.... described 'property .out 6Gx4-3.30 .ON ''FORMS; ,pursuant,. to a Final beginning. 'name of CRIBBS WOOD GILBERT S. BROWN thou,.,;' Starke,. Florida

,. r, forth In sold Final Judge 'MANAGEMENT"!,, oh.January Judgment:' doled 3' TOGETHER WITH A PRODUCTS. 518 Edwards Clerk of the Court 33091. The narne...an4.addre I
( 0111Jf'' merit and Order -J6t 1984,'at .7 J ...' of the perCional '

'"I' .A parcel of 10nd'conJ'tolnlng p.m.. In the School Board< .. Number 3-39O-CA HOME!, 1.0.. N. RG 1398 32091i' Jntendst to Deputy Cleric ,,' feprmentaHveand-
-CHAPTER 43, Roam 'of lh.Circuit Court of the 60.long. 1)334tchg113NOTtCS 'thtl 'peranal npr.s.nqlady. :
IN THE CIRCUIT 9.896 of 0.. 'ocre'', d| the' Bradford 'register; said fictitious ,
COURT OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATUTES' lying In the NW ? EIGHTH JUDICIAL ((1981)) ,1 rot .Section' ,20,, Offlc.s. $82'North 'and for Bradford County !1984. aforesaid statute. forth below. '
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR ': :< Township 6 South Range, i T.mpt.'Avdnu.. .. ,Florida, In which EVA GILBERT BROWN DATED this 21st day of OF INTENTION >Ail interested penontf
BRADFORD COUNTY;, NOTICE: IS GIVEN ttKttVpursuant 22 East Bradford CdunNty .Starke: .,Florida. ROMlOft and AUAN. tj., CLERK OF December. 1983., ? TO REGISTER ore required to (lie with, :!;
FLORIDA t' ,to'". a jFlnof" Florida, Mid' parcel ,Copies of this"Propos.4d h'VOmtCR' : are Plaintiff' CIRCUITCOURTBy 'S.-. f >,.12/7J4td '/'2 FICTITIOUS NAME;. -,this court; WITHIN THREE:;;
:Civil Department'' "Judgement, dated 3; befog; more particularly-? : Rule' No., 60x4-3.30,. ::and'{'MIITON RACKARD-; ",' ': BeulahM.:Moody ., '., ., ,.'. .MONTHS OF" THE FIRST'

CASE. H9..,"" 209',x.. I > I' ,January. A.D. .1_" In described as.follows; ,. .may, be.,obtained, from, ,and 'CHRISTINA LYNN All D.putyClork IN THE CIRCUIT Pursuant 'to Section, PUBLICATION OF, THIS
\.' ,Cos Number *3-3* .wCABETTY '" .Commence Of the NW the Superintendent's Of- MACKARD hi* wl ., and 1/052tchg't12 > 'i.'rs COURT OP' 65,09, Florida Statute;, NOTICE;'3(1)( ;ali,:.claims
WARREN. 'of the Circuit Court of the .corner of cold NWW of ,flee at 563 North Tempt!; JOHNNII COWLING, ara .. '8RADFORDCOUNTY. notlc. M'hereby'ghren"' 'agalral the ettote.and
and '' ., 'Judtelol Circuit, In NE'A 'fond; South' yW.i' I A__.., Stork. Florida.' 'the. 0.f.ndants,. t will 1 FLORIDA' ,that SETTLES ENTER.. ((2)) any. obectlon| by; on;
JACKSON( *. and for Bradford County' West,along the Westerly .ThlI' I. ',In compliance 'f. r to the highest and 'NOTICE ;CIVIL ACTION PRISES.! INC, 1101 S.: 'Interested p.4tn" 'towhon
WAfWCN,< 'Florida In"which' 'BETTY, ,' boundary thereof! 545.35, With Florida Statute;, ,,,Poss ,Ear w,, '" ,N* .WARREN and feet + ,Chapter 1 JO.34 as to concrete
monuments
JOYCEDSMYTH!, JACKSON S.:; WARN,;, a. th.nt..Nortll.l, enacted'; by th.; '1974 Bradford ;tduniy ,Cour- FICTITIOUS NAME 'In ,. the marriage ofBRENDAM.ROMERO owner; doing bu.tne.i- ;:'validity 0";.... .will. the
and JOYCE i\\ A Bradford under the fictitious uallficotlon* of the -
Stork nom
Defendant 'or* Plalnilff .. ,..' East 923.'6 feet to- Florida leglslcture, thouca In' < par.enal4te.pr.dentotive
',D. SMYINda the D.i.n.NOTICEOPSAtj l tan Iron pip for point ofbeginning. Thomas L.Casey,Jr.Sup.rini.ndsnt ', County. Florida at Pursuant 'to Section Wife of SETTLES TRUEVVALUC'HARDWARE ,} < .
; 'd>ant;, Bwttf "" ,totN.< of of 'th. hour of :00: '.M. on, 83.09. Florida' Statute,, ,and and 'vsnu.'or'urlsdictlon. of
point i
PWaUAjNTTO .. M.h*.r ond( best bidder beginning thus From,;descrlb.' ,a 'Bradford County School<< *' th.94/hdoy of January notice I I. 'hereby ;given .SANTIAGO ROMERO. >f GARDEN" CENTER, "01' ''thecowrt. .

.ed. continue: North 8034' "' 1/03 2fcr.fl. >/,'2. ,A.D, 19(.4.the following- that lhe.und.rslgned"Ronald ,. Husband ... ., / S. Walnut Sf.Stork_; All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
\ Florida 33091, intend NOT FILED'
... L. Anderton and to SO
East,: 193 feei to .or .Irort'pip .. ,dsscrlb.d property '"
*.. 'Io&ot4"Olho. ) ", ):(forth In Mid Final Judg ', :James. G. .Walk**, 320 I NOTICE Qt ACTION'-!' .reglater, aW' fl ltlou o, WILL K FOREVER BAR
Char ces 'of' merit and Orders ..XX N.I" 23rd A_.,, Gator ,rams.DATEDS. RED,
.Westerly boundary S IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT 1 f' this 13 of ::1. Publication, this
the hfw of State ., BEGINNING AT THSNE: Auto Sale, Galnevllla 'TO- SANTIAGO day ef :
Rood : -wClY'' iouthy3tMS' OF' TLOWDAeiGMTK CONNER of the tW of the Fl3340t |olnt.owner." ROMERO( Residence. December,. 1983. ,Notteo'," hoe'betun on.
so'raeope ,16.'lilenc.:\ ;; 'JUEHOAL: bwclne under the 12/15 Doeembw 29 .
East; elona' I lost .MM of SEM of NIV4.Sctlort doing ,Unknown. 4tchg 1/09 1983.i'.rs.uret
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', COUNTY South. Rang 33 East. and CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH .that-, an' action for INTHECISCUlT Repr< entatlv.:
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'a G1pea bhavrF + ? "ran PIp{ t thone : : 'Clv f *P.cimn.. ... thaneron Walt, 330 Temple Avenue;'Starke,. RtAOt, has. been, flled., ,, "' Rout 2, ftox" 2689 '
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: ": Starke's Gerald Blankenship's' ,hobpvfand; << part time business takes 'him:to 'the rooftops,

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r' q. \. disperse safely in the breezes!
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Bradford C0un-
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I 1 : : If you are driving one
A dangerous situation when
can produced a
, .' ,. quiet roads and happen to notice a rather
odd 'person moves into a new house and la unfamtlier
I looking figure perched on a nearby rooftop, with the heating system if that system Includes
': one with a tall stovepipe hat! look again you burning wood .
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! i of the last old fashioned
YiW'N4' might be seeing one
"' '' The Blankenshlps say hazardous situations
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", ,I chimney sweeps in action. created when people rent older houses in which
Gerald into his hobby and part
Blankenship got the fireplace has not been properly maintained.
ago in Huntington,
'i time.business many years There were over 41,000 cnimnuiey fires In the
Virginia where he and his brotheJ.Forrest, United States last year and over 25 percent in
learned the trade from their father Virgil.
yolved fatalities which the structure was burn
,.' "We learned chimney sweeping the. hard way, ed. ,
Chimmney fires and
.' e'Yy cost consumers insurance -
we had to clean our family's chimney all the time
estimated $9
companies an million in
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.' being up north and we Just picked up the technir 1982.
ques from doing it for so long," Forrest says. "Of
Cleaning a fireplace chimney, clogged or Is
Gerald didn't into the specialized
course, get overdue for ,
a cleaning calls for special equipment
until later. We didn't know if there
: equipment as a Telegraph staffer found out after catching
would be much of a market for a chimney sweep
Gerald
) up with who was perched: up on the
; ; here in Starke but we found out pretty quickly roof of a home owned
by Virginia and Stanley
,. how much wood folks around here burn in the West'
Just off SR-W two miles'northwest'ofStarke.
wintertime. Business has been steady even .

;, it's really just a hobby and part, time
though
There are a variety of special brushes, made of
work. stiff wire to scrape the soot from the Inner walls<
Gerald works In the General Electric Plant in
of the chimney, and each is fitted with an assort
Alachua and works chimney's around Bradford
on .
of detachable handles each different
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'T6r, rent one a
county on Ms off hours.

The work is in demand, especially since the oil 'Every "
chimney is a little different Forest

I the crisis economics back in 1974 of turned supplementing millions of their people, winter on to explained" "Gerald.! has,to try to be ready for

anything. .
heating with good old fashioned wood burning. Blankenship first enters\ the house and, closes'

stoves and fireplaces ,the damper, a small trap door located in the upper -/
abundance of designsfor
There are now an new
portion of the burning of the
area fireplace.
wood in In particular.Buck .
burning fireplaces Then he gets to work with his special brushes '
rt stoves, fireplaces equipped with special harci,
applying a "special touch, and a.,lot.of
...... fans systems for circulating the .air, ; are with just) work and sweat as he scrapes down the sides of
some of the novations people have come up the ,
chimney. The soot falls to the bottom of the
in search of new designs to burn wood more, Iciently
chimney where it collects on the top of the flue i

Gerald then reaches back into his bag of tricks; I
All of the new designs; have one important
.and produces a vacuum cleaner,'not Just any:
with the old fireplaces,
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point vacume cleaner mind but a unit
you specially'
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designed for him by a company in New York, a>
V vent out the smelly, sooty;and potentially hazardous five foot tall device that turns over 17,00 revolutions
smoke from the pine and oak commonly"bomed
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special equipment cost Gerald tl $OrU' in.
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because can't I
ed to use fireplaces they keep up around GeraMvey target
with spiraling electric bills, a harsh fact of of life, this winter.now.; A says New .nroad from SR-

for many citizens during the past few weeks as: ''Gerald works at GE in curve in SR-223 and

they suffered through one of the coldest volunteer fire fighter uuddleburg Road on the

irP pecembers'since the 1800's. Lee Lane on the south. 1

.As. the popularity of burning wood in the hometncreases ,See.. .. /"T|;"ey will concentrate their grant In i
either for esthetic or economic
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reasons the.smoke oroduced,"always has to have' It will be the,middle! tor tn 'rot Of .'.

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morning Saturday Dec 31. Blankenship checked to make certain the ed by heat from the inside They determined the triple-wall construe' ua?%

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yston.11.15ht. Boy Scow Troop 109 marts at Keystone'. United Methodist Church ,
!" each Tu.sdCl"f.night from 7:30.9 p.m. "KCraft The Gainesville Community Playhouse open ,Its production.of an Alan Ayckboum'comedy '
r Person and will Jan..37 In Gainesville.'" :
"Absurd Singular run through
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Bradford High Tornadoes v*, Keystone Heights' Th. Tornadoes face their' a: non-district \ '. ., '" ., .
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rival in Starke when take the '.3 Broncos
foes and a big Friday night they on
cross-county Craft Workshop to ti be held Sunday, January 27, Have ." ..._n ___'../'G.t It In to us by Mondays at S pinio we can put It in the
: In a JV-varslty matchup set to begin at 6 p.m.JV( squads) and 8 p.mfvarsity). Th. \
Plneeone Calender Local' event:church gatherings; special: speakers or new
game Is, the first between the two high-pow.r.d learns this season and each I. Hungary Workshop Include Amish Quilting taught by Anna Lupkiewlczi Wreaths. Community' groups
for win 'Might by Pamela Dennis and Whimsy Basket, taught by Volorle' Pothler. organizing will be included on request. We must ask that you keep' them as concise a*

Tick a. .ta may be purchased at both school. In advance. Fees or. $4 for'the general' public $3 for member of the Florida-State Museum possible__ due to. .the" limited space. available\ ,<. '-v-f, ,". < -,".j.-' ';,';-'VtyVi.\ I ,"

'Associate Workshop participant may be required to bring material. or. purchase. kit*' \ ';; >( "

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Call the at 392.1721 for further information '. ;J" K' J. "': ; 'r .' "
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toms* to town a* the regular season resume alter the Christmas break. Th. game Is :, > >' ; : '
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for 9 S p.m' In Lake Butler.KHHS / :
set Friday January at "' .y. jQ iv.Florlda Florida end
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.,1 I" "I' Palace and Object Gallery. Hour '.5 weekday and Saturdays'; Tuesday till
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Indians Lady. Indians vs. Bradford The Lady Indian. face a tough rival for second "1" 1" > '

time Seasonthey( won the first game at Keystone on. of the closer games of. 'v Local Government Meetings t 4 ;;"';: :;. '4tlj 9 p.m., ;,'lSa.mSundays/ and holidays. Located.. 'on .the'. '.corner of. Newell V Drive:- and.
In Gainesville. <' ,
1 th. season In October) In a game set to begin Thursday/Jon.'6 In th. BHS Gymnasium. .. Id, .' i '}r''t' .dj ,,,< 1\\\ .rt.,; fa:.Museum, Road!. at the UF. campus. ,." h'. ,. .. "# c".r",

,P The.JV teams begin at 6' p.m. followed by th. varsity,teems at 8 p.m >r .,, ., .' 4 ,' '\;",.\, :' h' -' Concerts' \ :;. .

'Suw_ River Economic Council" !', will meet January' 26 In"'Lake Butler d' ;'.';8. .
::1, ,..--.10. Wrestlers ...Santa F. BHS wrestlers continue their : .
IHS season Thursday' .' :; ,
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I night In a match scheduled for 8 p.m. The JV squad matches begin at 7:19 p.m. Bradford County School ....rd..wtll r meet Monday, January:, at 7 p.m.'tn. ihe school \ ,

.,: ,> !r'r. n .....t- board ", ". '' :;' \rneetlng -v .' ( :'' :'foom.Brooker This progressive rock band" 'ho*putout' i best selling tuna line' ,""" ,.Roootort and"Come,,
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.' ,:', d. "f hatpin, : : Sail' Away" brings o'aprctacuksr contort and"' 'light how to Atlanta' Omni Concert
Hippodrome Film dub. features a variety of films of a contemporary notur..ach\Friday .' "
Breaker 'I
City Council will meet Tuesdoy.'jonuory. 10 at the + P ?'*- -- < *< /l'Q f'
and Saturday night at the University of Florida. \f. K city '. !'.*' 'V-V ,Auditorium Friday( January 16 at 8 p.m. .*Special guest will be Axe. *0Ioniser Gainesville.' ..
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Jvdo Classes, will be held Monday and Thursday. ." .,11'night In the Keystone' "" Height, ,High. .Hampton dry'CeuMtl'will ;meet: Twsday'lawary, "*; 10 at the city hall"In Hampton' .bandy Ticket' ; are $10.50;$11.50 and $12.50 Call V-34JU7M, firr ticket .biTmatlonl: TW '. '. \

:. School cafeteria. Junior classes will be h.ld from 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and senior'classes lake Butler Chamber ef Commerce will!! hold i, Its 'Installation of officers- and banquet on t ttonglht K}Will" the 'lost performance by Styn In the southeavr rids years '} w. m'Yltt'' .

from 7:30 p.m. 8:30 D.m..Con.. 473-3964 for mare information, .v :: ", ,J. .' .. .. r'" 4.. ., 'w ;; ".{Il,
Jon. 9 7 the Lakeside Center In lake ButlaV ,'Sf ('
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and 7:30 and on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. at the Keystone H.IghtsWonsan "' < :; : i : _
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Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information '" .; 'r: ) ".-7 I Prograshw rock soundsfronp tngiond' 'undoy.1jQKuoty the Vail conceit' '
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Aerobic: 'Classes will be offered1 from 5-6 p.m. Monday., Wednesdays and Friday. ." "' ) J ..4': '.,. 1:0', R ,/ "WW '+r,4., "' .' f fy"tion
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r beginning Jan. 16 through the Bradford Hospital Center for Heulth and Fitness Classes ..:' J/ 'il :,, ..a, UvChurcheeChubt' 'I' : '. .'I'j",i ,' () ''fr'.r. t'I'... '' ':r t,{ ; ,) ," ;
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.'i Weight Training Demonstrations 'are being offered 'on'Tuesday } Jon.10.. ; and .'"./, : :: '' 'i." ,.,,j" \ ', .. .Heil end' Oriri:: : ; ,.,, ', 'r. 't#, ";I', ." :,. ..' .,, \ ".' ., I

i. \ Thursday Jon.'12, at the .Bradford Hospital Center for Health. and Fitness..Demonstration ." A Wetghtwetclier aub.w'ls; being' hM. In Starve on Monday nights" 6:30 I p.m.! :Coll "'";i ," "I\\, ..rt't. t ; fJ. r s:'y''. ". I I!

ore free and everyone I.I nvlred I to attend.. .' ;p y {: Peggy Register "3-2730 ..f or. more onrwfIon. ;?* v v,5, >;<..* 1 i"t fi ft:."', PopYlor.songWrlilng I team'tnid' singing! 'd *s perform.Irt Concert,on Friday,Jen.M,Curtbt*' "j,

\ W.dn.sdoy '.;" \ .' M Of "? r (,\- 'Hlxion, In nnlni\ ot i3 /Tklietd ore .IO.9O;"!'l 1.*and.'a"5S."> I. :
Ned FtorUk Classical Guitar Society resumes .Hs monthly meetings of Si.Patrick's ",..t' ) Itj t ...... ;1 'Hell "Tampa'- beg' p.m' ,' r ', -,. ". s ,
,, School. The society11 I. dedicated to the performance and playing of classical '. .rCuWuraLEvents''. ::; i' 'w'1.1" ., ,,',"" ; ?f \\1 'f' 'further Information cad 1$19.3/-// /* p", ;;i1;,,v'. ,: 'i

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by Ann.Sponholti delighting school children in Florida
Free-lance Writer and"Virinia.The .
THAT ENERGYHOMECOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL
"An entertaining, educational and bodies of the marionettes are
delightful experience through the' made of wood-- each handcarved by
L magical and charming medium of.,' Buff and Dorian.The heads are a clay' r
marionettes." and plaster of paris
into a plastic wood mold. Thenthe ,
is Dorian and Buff
That how .,
boy marionettes is made of
paper
Travets bill their marionette act of
mache. Cut down wigs are used for ..
"The Prince and the Pauper" which the hair of the girl marionettes.Each li 1 }
was presented to the Keystone facial feature must be arduously ",
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painted on the marionette In order to
body in the school cafetorium at a "
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,1 I Ia 1:30 performance Monday.For expa I
While the schools are.Christmas FRAME .EXTERIOR
eight years this husband and break, Dorian and Buff cut out the HONSE J,'
wife team has been in the business of for fS&ZSStZfS1SS .
bringing to schools and festivals parts each new puppet. The partsare I OR OLD CONSTRUCTION PQUALITY
II IIa across the country the magical and carved as the traveling pup- t INSTALLATIONS t..
peteers are on the road thus transfor-
charming medium of marionettes. of wood of Aa & lu ** ;
have in ming pieces into the stars # rftft liEr
'Although they performed 21
the next year's performance.The \
states,; they now restrict their performances 'Ol'l'IiVlit' 6M6fO SAVE '
to Florida and Virginia. tape used for the performanceof SAVE HEATING! -rJ 96 I COOUNOI;
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the Prince and the Pauper (which
"We leave Virginia In mid- Dorian adapted from Mark Twain's I DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE )
November and until
stay in Florida '
original tale) was a family endeavor.The 1
have the best of ;
mid-March so we ? "
recording was made when Dorian I
L. both states said Buff, as she en and Buff visited the home of their son ", ..-' -- -' .
thusiastically showed the fine detail and his "i:!
family this summer in )
work which goes into each Hawaii. Therefore, many of the Thamas Pre'due. 'i1L,
i marionette. voices of the marionettes in the Dec. .
Each year Buff and Dorian, who 12 performance at the Keystone
make their home in Spring Hill, school were those of their family
s f1t Florida, put on a different show. As members with a few backgroundnoises SeafoodS27 j
well as presenting the puppet shows( Indigenous to Hawaii sprinkled ,!
,J4'I+ C/ M the following year's act must also be throughout.The .- E. BrownteeIn r.
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on .
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painted, story lines must be writ- Puppet Show.As the curtain rose, all
Traveling show... ten and' tpe l and 1then. ..everything eyes were fixed on the tiny stage :''[tiut r
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must be put together so( that when falTcomes 1)
where the marionettes 'seemed to -, I
Dorian and Buff Travers show off their marionette to the schoolchildren In the Travers' Show / .,!,
Puppet -
come to life. Soon a feeling of en- ,
Heights. !
Keystone may once again be on the road chantment had filled the room. ,.1.1",


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Water staff set to discuss rules 1 1".;;, .
management new Starke Seventh \ / I
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St.Johns River Water Management tend. procedures. Adventist Christian :; \
District staff members will be in :Engineers and other staff from the FRIDAY
Gainesville next Wednesday Jan. 11, district's Department of Resource Questions about the meeting can bet Academy' '
() conduct a briefing on a new rule Management will be present to detail answered by calling the Division of 1649 W. Anfldlsor.) St. Stork _
and permitting program for the what kind of projects will haw tn be Permitting at the district's Palatka' Now for the January 6 8:00am: ,
application.
management and storage of surface permitted and to explain permitting headquarters phone ((904)_3288321. Second Semester occeptlag of th. 83.... school
waters. -I------------------------- 1
year. Opening are available In grade
The briefing will be from 3-5 p.m.at
'the Jack Durrance Auditorium in the 1.8.'If 964-4885
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you,want quality Education
County Administrative Building at 21
for children, ...
East University Avenue. Developers, : your {Com* by and
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engineers realtors, agriculturists 964-4016, between Complete Line ofFrh.'frotluc* .41t Seafood '
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and all other are urged to at- p.m.or ,; i
persons
On page 5 ofthiswee\'s\ TG&Y Circu, j jI evening. 964-549 WE DRESS FISH PURCHASED HERENOTICE
lar the Men's and Boys' Suede ,
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irom page 1 I insufficient quantities. However, we 1UEatung
hours I are substituting the Men's and Boys' I
take ,
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if the fireplace is a large one, or hasn't been I Royal Blue Nylon Suede Joggers at 1 ,-
cleaned in a while. And if you've got a heavy 1 the same ad retail of 7.00 pr., reg.
Buck stove inserted into a ttreptace expect to I 12.97 pra We regret this error and any '
pay $25 more to have It'puffed out-and:! cleaned. ;jjfc 1, inconvenience caused. I,
So while that tall figure dressed tn'black Witt a" I PUBLIC
stove pipe hat on his head may seem a little I 1
strange when\ you pass by just Imagine yourselfback I, 1
In the old days when such sights were corn1 I '
mono I 74IrR 1
And, who knows, if the price of electricity and I : ,' I' .
fuel oil goes up much higher, the sight of I r I' I 4 DAfSDILY .
chimney sweeps like Gerald may become com I family centers I 8 .,. .
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I VoluBteeffworkenl of all types helped build the ,victory Baptitot Chapel In. whic has involved many members of finish work, carpeting and pews.
I I "Hampton" Here a worker, prepares the, steeple for completion. '; '"'t the community during its construction -
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t j with' a paint j '" -T' v>,' the First Church of Starke. will house the Sunday School and
', Thl ..l..omh.n., .. has been dk.eet".1.. the"Flrit. Baptist. .(Church In 1 "; r Most of the Baptist many hours of work; has Educational: programs which. the
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j .... services until the new buildingwas The public is invited to visit the new
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'. Construction. of the building startedin be announced in the very near future.
I ...., July and is expected to reach com "We invite everone to come by and
t .. .. w.C pletion by the end of the January. An see the progress we have made since
f, ....... .,' event which will be marked with a the project began".said Rev. Bryant. ,
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A fire last Friday night in the labor Hospital.James. result of diesel fuel being thrown in 11 :
quarters at Norman's Farm on CR- McDaniels 43,received first the wood heater to make the fire burn .
225W near Lawtey has left one degree burns on his hand; and suffered better. The concrete block buildingwas ? l AIl
12-year-old girl in critical condition.The from smoke inhalation, he was completely destroyed. The yat i" ti e
explosion of a wood heater sent treated and released from Bradford rescue effort was hampered by there : L4't
two 12-year-old girls and two men to Roman Powers 77, suffered shortness only being one exit from the building : i iI
the hospital as a result of the of breath, smoke inhalation and said Qf cer.J. D. York. a
December 30 fire. laceration on his arm, he remains a
One of the girls received 2!.,: and patent' at Bradford. Hellbent Springs Volunteer Fire I
3rd degree burns over 70 percent of Rescue 60 and 62 responded to the Department arrived first on the sceneof I i f 1'' b I
her body. She was taken by Stat fire, according to Paramedic Dan the 10:20 p.m. fire. Lawtey Correctional N } M
\, Flight to Shands Hospital in Cuddington. Assisting were Mike Volunteer Fire Departmentalso
1 Gainesville and later transferred to Sanders Freeman RegisterJr., Clay responded. According to Officer
I I the Houston Burn Center. The other Sellars, Randy Gaskins and Nelson York this was the most severe as far :
girl was treated for burns on her leg Green. as injuries resulting from a fire as his ,
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Starke Robbery Suspect Douglas Leroy Estes, driving while Bradford Court December 12 to entera .
license suspended or revoked pay$39 change of plea. ,
Charged in Alachua CoA cost. Ross Flowers driving while intoxicated -
Lawrence Kevin Griffls, wilful fined $281.50 six months
robbery suspect arrested in wanton reckless driving, fined $55.25. Salvation Army probation 50.hours
Starke last week has been identified'as Harold J. Harris, driving while community work attend DWI school,
a robbery suspect in Alachua Coun-Don license suspended .or revoked, license suspended six months. y r
ty, according to Investigator presented valid license, pay $35 cost.
Denton. George R. McClenaghan driving 'Ross while license
Dewitt Hughes HI, 19 of Flowers driving
Blending while license suspended or revoked, revoked and
suspended or impropertag
Jacksonville is being held in the Brad-
fined $5525.George dismissed by the state attorney
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bond
ford Jail under $10,000 .
County a R. McClenaghan, no tag, Estates home
for his part in the armed robbery of Sampson Lake flooded thi Deer Run
$25 cost. Albert
Carl Jenkins while
driving
the Handy Way Food Store at CR-1/
and Morgan Road. As a result of this Intoxicated license permanently
arrest photos were distributed in revoked one year In jail suspendedbut
Alachua County and a clerk at the Jiffy Duval Men Arrested must serve 30 days on weekends, II
Food Store on East University in must complete 50 hours community Lake Butler Elem,
Gainesville picked Hughes out of a work remain under Salvation Army Vandalism SolvedThe
the who robbed Two' Duval men were arrested in supervision for one year Seek
photo line-up as man S
that store December 17, according tInvestigator' Bradford County December 30 for counseling and antibuse,.fined,.f 1,068. Union County Sheriff's
Mark Smith of the drug charges.Roger ment believes it has found the
Glen Gibson 31, and William Albert Carl Jenkins, driving
Alachua Sheriff's !
Department. Henry Dempsey 27, both of Jackson- license suspended or revoked and Improper I
Hughes is now being held under a no ,
bond as instructed by Judge Ben- ville were arrested and charged with tag, dismissed bY' state ..at.toryley.
jamin Tench for the Alachua County possession of more than 20 grams of .
cannabis and possession of drug
charge of robbery.TrafficCriminal. Olin Stafford Waldron, '
paraphernalia according to TrooperW. .
D. Langston. while intoxicated fined $281.50. !
Total bond for the charges was set months probation Salvation Army
Court at$6,000 for each subject.Both Dempsey must complete 50 hours
Finals in Bradford and Gibson were released on their work, license suspended six months '
own recognizance. must attend DWI school. !
Fifty-nine traffic cases were
scheduled to appear before Judge Change of Pleas Olin Stafford Waldron, driving *Win- MIxors ..
unlawful blood alcohol level and fleeing
H. Pierce December 12. The
George
following defendants received, final ., In County CourtThe or attempting to elude and l1y Owned Price Wise, Stores
disposition.Randall following defendants appeared .headgear, cases dismissed by { Together Save You Money
Wayne Moody, driving tbefore. Judge George H. Pierce in attorney, '; .i"rte
while intoxicated, fined $281.50, ( :
() QUANTITY RIGHT! v
license suspended six month, 50 hours !
community service work, must attend
driving while intoxicated school EARLY SMIRNOFF

(DWI), remain under supervision ot limos VODKA'80
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Salvation Kenneth Army.Levon Aycox.. driving Aerobic Dance LTR LTR; '
while intoxicated, fined $281.50,
license suspended six months, must ,
remain under supervision of Salva : ;
50 hours com Come dance your way to fitness with
tion Army, complete 'r'F
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munity work and attend DWI school. our aerobic dance Instructors. There are

Charles Wayne Lindsay driving aerobic and Jazz stretching for men'

while license suspended intoxicated six months fined ,$281.50 remain, and women with emphasis on weight :

.under > ts''JP9iPJ1( d ..bitty( ;' U. r9e bna rv s
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:attend- supervlsi"amt&. | JRl'!1, O.. ;Introl'Y..J: *** M1 1 ..i j I: '! t s. nt 1
class or $ .00 per ,,, ,
Pineda while Intox'
Hilario driving
icated, fined $281.50, license suspended 8 week session'Monday
six months must attend DWI Wednesday Friday
school, remain under 'supervision '
Salvation Army, and complete 50. 5:00.6:00 p-m. from JAMES FOX ,: TIA MARIA
hours community work. January 16 to March 9, 1984
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Hilario Pineda no valid driver ,
license, fined $55.25. The classes fit coordinated by'the t ,1 750
Daniel Thomas Roznowski driving BH Center for Health and Fitness / I
while intoxicated fined $281.50,"' ;
license suspended six months, com 6ii I,
plete 50 hours community work;remain ii' _
under supervision Salvation Ar-
my, attend DWI school. '
Edward Williams Youmansdrivz .
ing while license suspended or revoked -
fined$55.25. - --- --- --- -- ---
Ebbie Dwayne McKinley, driving
while license suspended or revoked, .AEROBIC DANCE CoaRSE REGIS
dismissed, presented valid license.
Ebble McKinley driving Please negater me for the count listed at "
Dwayne revoked, right I understand that If I do not pre" .__ .
while license suspended or '. l'--.roc: '
presented valid license, $35 cost. .er.ndpllybl5OOp.m.on'II.day before the flrat!class. I will have' to pay- last... "I \ ,; i / n.'S
Cynthia Loraine Rowe, violation of I
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.n.Hhfl-doo"'egIlIonee'also understand f s
restrictions presented valid license, that once the class/ begin the, Mailing'Address ._, ; ; .t "HTLEY CLAN McOttffi>OMr
dismissed pay cost $10. ,registration fee become hon+dundade.. Mt\ ,1. : ': ::
James Eddie Curtis;leaving. scene ; ; : ) VODKA. SCOTCH
of accident, fined $55.25. In the event that fewer than ten(IOJ people street 'I I IlrR ITRPARAMOUNT '
register for a course.I aim understand ...
.. "-., the noflf/edb1/phon&/ltsuchnt.mllrcund course/ may be cancelled and will be Daytime" Telephone. :.;'

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ri Lc"*Ann's Azalea & blue Farm

Corner of 24th Avenue Road
Bertie L. Olson sons, J.E. Dekle of Wellborn and D.J. Lee of Interlachen
William Lawrence Lee, Jr. ; five sisters Mary
Mrs. Bertl L. Olson, M, of Starker Dekle of Lake City; three step Kay of Jacksonville, Arlene Lee of Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to farm
widow of Titus E. Olson, died In the daughters Francis Hanlon of Miami, William Lawrence Lee, 45, of Gainesville, Susie Nichols and
Bradford Hospital Friday evening. Jane Smith of Lake City and Anne KaKord died Wednesday night at his : > Marilyn Hqgerman{ both of Chiefland Open Friday & Saturday 8:30-5:00
Born in Olmsted,111.,Mrs. Olson moved Yarborough of Ft. Myers; one sister residence after an apparant heart" atLee J and Clara Cook of. Tampa; several
to Starke In 1929. Marion Todd of Jacksonville; andeight tac nieces and nephews. Favorite. Varieties of Landscaping & Potted J Plants

She was a member of the First grandchildren was born in Otter Creek and ,. Funeral services were held Saturday Frttndly Atmosphen Come Set Ut .
United Methodist Church and the FUneral services were held last had lived In Raiford for one year. lie at 10 a.m. in the chapol of Archer
United. Methodist Women, having Saturday Dec. 31, Fran.m. at the attended Fellowship Baptist Churchin Funeral Home in Lake Butler with the Louisa & Oabn tfightewer and Vatarto Jehnwq.. Management Team
served as president of UMW and on chapel of Clayton and Sons Raiford. Rev. John panlelson officiating.
the administrative board of the Funeral Home in Crescent City. The He is "survived I By$ : his father, Graveside services and Internment 9647109 By Appointment OntySpecials Regularly
church. Mrs. Olson held a life Rev Leamon Ward of Keystone William Lawrence;'jUee, Sr., of followed at Oak Ridge Cemetary in
membership in the Bradford Hospital Heights officiated. Internment services Chtefland; three brou rt, Robert Ed- Inverness at 2 p.m. Archer Funeral
Auxiliary where she spent many followed In the Lutheran ward Lee 'of Orange Texas, Clinton Home of Lake Butler was In charge of I
hours in the Gift Shop. Starke Cemetary In Pierson Fl. Lee of Palatka and Ronald Mitchell, the arrangements. I

Business and Professional Women -01, 1 -..- -.- ""- 4" -....., t
voted her Woman of the Year In I960.
Survivors include two sisters.Ruby
,.Lilley of Paducah,Ky: and Golda G. 3 \
Wanura of Mounds, Ill, and a close 1
personal' friend, Paul Hawkins offalrico
.'Fla.Funeral PRE-
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services were held at 11
a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 3, in the First Ad Good January S thru 8 ,
United Methodist Church '
with Rev. .
Warren D. Langer,officiating. Burial NO, RAINCHECKS',.
was in Crosby Lake Cemetery under \" I: ,' '
the direction of Jones Funeral Home,

514 E. Nona St. .i ,, ,'/I n,
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In lieu of flowers memorialcontributions : -
may be made to the
Building Fund of the First, United
Methodist Church.

Bessie' HogsecT- TOUCH CONTROL "" OPEN SHELF
Mrs. Bessie Matthews Hogsed, .of
Starke, died Monday night, Jan. 2, in 30" HIGH BACK
Bradford Hospital, Inc. following a TABLE, LAMPS LIBBARYFURNITURE
sudden Illness. 5 )
Born in Moultrie. Ga.., Mrs: Hogsed, BAR STOOL
had lived in the Starke area for the '
last 28 years. She was a member of < ;, .
the Pine Grove Congregational :* 29 97
Church, Ra ford. .
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Survivors include her husband Reg. 36.97M ,' : : ,
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Thomas S. Hogsed, Jr.of Starke ., : "' DESK LIBRARY,UNIT
;;one; c* ,
son, Thomas M. Stoudenmler of Bur* I.1 d'i' v. 7. Reg. 29.97 ,
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S.C. three and three : ,, 2 3
ton great grandchildren; grandsons, ,i." ,,', if 1'1'. ..ll. '"11I.r \( .1 ,5.8' .8 Reg. 29.97' m

Graveside funeral services will be, ,RI1I.'t9.88'.y: ,:,ji""" .
held Friday,! Jan. 8, at 3 p.m. In the
Pine Grove Cemetery:neat Raiford, '. ,
with Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. .. ";' {I ; \
Jones Funeral Home,514 E;Nona St.* JHERf'REDDING' .CONSORT: For Men ,
Starke, in charge of arrangements. ,'. .5 PIECE. FOLDING' SET
MILK n' HONES ,

Grover Cleveland Davis, ; TABLE & CHAIR
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Mr. Grover Cleveland.JDavis., age SHAMPOO: ,,HAIR SPRAY'
87, of Starke 'died in\ the Bradford ,

County. Hospital Tuesday afternoon.' : .'''i?. ... ; ,c : .,rgrAa.. .,,,.. h, .. '. . ',' -I. >J.' .
A native of Dothan Al.,Davis mov ,. .' 59.97Reg.
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ed to Starke from'Jacksonville eight
: 13 Fl. Oz. 1.26
years ago. He, was a retired roofer \' 2u5O
with over 40 years of service and wasa : 1.56 ,SALE '
veteran of World War I. He was also. Reg.;299 Reg.;t, ), t! ' i a member of the Church of God.
Surviving him is his wife, Willie
I Mae Newsome Bavis; two daughters .
Mrs. Mary Jane Hanover of' 'UN1SON3C ,ELECTRONIC'' : ,;;t, It';; ,f, .
Washington, D.C., and Mrs; Nell .
[Marie Davis of Oregon; a stepson, 'I,I f 2 TON
I Eugene R.McDonaldof Jacksonville;' .
I five PUSH I BUTTONMemory
eight grandchildren great- TELEP.tKt
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and several ateces ft.ntf"ervlces .
]grandchildren ,I J'A"CK
\\.HvnRra'UI"fIC' .a00a f '" 1 l lRftg.
A4 r.- ...\l/....f.\-:,' will beUejfart*"." Y IttI Ia sH, ember Redfl..LCD, Time PieceTelephone >Nith.:.5' i: .,.,,, ,_'I 'w" :.,' *

i p.m> : tomorrow, Jan. I;in the Church ; 'With 10 Memory Dialer :, Model No. 6014 With..two 3000 Lbs' Foldable' Jack Stands

|of God in Starke with the Pastor Rev. '<" 'i : '. ... ,, L" ,., u'.
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..... \'.> .c.. >,/
|Walter F. Montz* officiating.'InterIment '' I'' '-" ""YW 0<\ .
will follow In Crosby Lake ..r,1, ". '.,
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(Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home Is in .' .. r", ; "" I( ',,' .'
I charge of the arrangements. 31" .96' ..*.. 'S" pALE ., D RegJ.88;: : SALE so

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'Bessie K. Dekle '
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Mrs. Bessie K. Dekle,, 83, died
Wednesday morning," Dec, 28, in" a No.6005 UNISONIC ELECTRONIC, COTTON: 16 Oz. Bag OABADREME STRETCH
Gainesville hospital after'an extended' '
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Illness, PUSHBUTTONTELEPHONE I f
Mrs; Dekle. who. made Lake Butler FABRIC FABRIC
SHREDDEDFOAM
her home from 1963-1974, i a retired '
school teacher and a native of South :': I '
Carolina who lived in Gainesville at ,' SALEfor 10CfPalyester'! 60"61"WIdeReg.
the time of her death. '
last ModularStop -
She is survived by two sons James With Mute Number Redlal. Fully ,
Swanson of Gainesville and Ralph. Watch 2" :
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Swanson'of Winter. .Park;!. two step- 97

"96,96 y I\, 14.00ASSORTED 1 00neg.1.2888c ., 3.79 ., 'Y d.

IRS.advises Reg.>21. 'SALE Rep. 88c ; -.


gathering tax recordsThe 'JVC 'PORTABLE COMBo,
I'' (KRACO 6x9 COAXIAL 2-WAY i "

Internal Revenue Service is ad. '

vising their tax taxpayers records now to begin to enable gathering them TOY ITEMS SPEAKER SYSTEM 'COMPONENT SYSTEM tl

$to file their tax'returns a''soon aspossible PC-11JW .

"This"l :'Is.especially1' important.' for : ;" ; CX269-20 !reI. 248.84 ,

those individuals who are.itemizing REDUCED:280Zr '
$their deductions and expecting toreceiv "
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a refund check," said Merlin 2.7.8,8
W. district director for 196.00REMINGTON
lIeye.t..1RS I '
Florida. :The director notfd that probably 'CLEARANCE : ,ng3.88 SALE SALE, I

dians will three'out be receiving of every refund four checks Flori-. :FOR . ., t ,>, : .._ l "..\ "

and the earlier the tax forms are filed .; .
the, quicker.'the refund,will' bereturned. HHHKHAC04" d" .- l"Yr. ; ," : : ', ,." :': ; ,
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their
"Persons' filing ,/o/lt '
'returns January.can usually expect -' ''' 'J'! "" :.t. /K .
to receive their refund checks in,three ,ho.KS44r4DUAL ." "

tot 'five weeks,!' he: said. .'CONE FLUSH:MOUNT, ...., YPOMEX) a"Q't S. ; G' UN'1
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'may"use'\fan '' 'ofrecorukeeeping ,
Taxpayers # form i ,
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they pr fer,'-as,long SYSTEM "r '. POTTING: : SOIL '
as they have proper records to.verify SPEAKER .
the income.deductions, credits ana .. .. ', ,.....,>11 I :
Other items shown on the return.: ; ., ''' 149.97
In going through tax records,UM IRS, ; 3: :; : I
suggests that people sort their/ 8.96 : 'SALE'.C: ; ; .
records Into the -same'categories( 'SAL'E' 4 Re9.9k}\ :.$.g. .249.37,
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listed on Schedule A of the Form' Rf.11.96 -
M tl870
1040-' Medical and dental,expenses,' : I 1 20 GAME;;
taxes,,.interest payment, contributions 1 d
to.charity casualty, ortheft;;' ,
losses'and miscellaneous deductions..
Records and,supporting,documents
'can' be' in the form, of cancelled
checks,paid bills,pay stubs receipts

'Gr pcnsesi,In some. cases a'diary. of daily ex We're Working craryrYou Save "


Hey pointed out"that by preparingto Harder ', More! ." ,: ,;; ,"
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file a tax return' early, taxpayers), .' .' .
can avoid the rush W fife at the latii"'tIMft : '' ',,'".".'
BMrti>..n is..M.' ,""*, Faii'iIy' "
'"Jhror rates "(0 ,up coor tfcmtli-ttarii? <,
,, M we appnMMdi tiM prU 19': 'I
and mtabrin. delay (he is ]
of refund ewe he Mid. fj Y 1fadwitisidit.miiawnduowdirom ,
TGa insiatsJgoeyiwr/cMFaftiiinlfyauaro I
I :JE may about o'be.a a'better good time system to Moe uboughtMMrrNswibrJ aur+rnothappywlthwhof rfuesad riw"u+dngaifa po Ili.ftpurctuw' +; vW'r h<>piiBytoaec ptyoor|> oo
of tai records for 19M. To help out; CheYJu'lwastMrGardr 1
I ttee iLtoftan*tree Pufbalriettnllvtdnaia,
tttfatf*'flpp | ;
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News Briefs. .

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Marine Corps ,:The Juvenile was arrested for leaving Damage to the Buick was $2,000.. $500, Robinson was released after he allowed for such response. On that Police arrested Leon Gregory Rent
the scene of an assault with motor Damage to the Chevrolet was $300. posted a surety\ bond. grounds his license was revoked, effective 23, of Starke on'burglary' possessionof
Deserter Arrestedfor vehicle and driving while license Bond for the charges was set at December 20, 1983. burglary tools and loitering and
BurglaryJoseph suspended. Mantlo was charged with $350. Toyler was released from Union' Gene Gray, 40, of Brevard was arrested prowling charges David Sasser, 20
driving under the Influence and County Jail on her own recognizance. December 31 and charged with Gene L. Todd, 25, both of Starke and
>> Wayne Tynan, 20t who possession of cannabis. driving under the influence and driv- Four Men To Face John Robert Bishop, 19, of Gainesvillewere

deserted from a U.S. Marine Corps Mantlo was, released on his own ing with unlawful blood alcohol level, Burglary ChargesThree all charged with conspiracy to
Camp in LeJeune, N.C. In''' October, recognizance' his bond was set at Traffic Violations according to Patrolman P., T. commit burglary and loitering and
confessed to the burglary of his $350. Starke men and one prowling. '' '
Past Week' Bond
father's home in Lake Butler after During for the charges was set at Gainesville man were arrested on While three of the men were colons.eel

having been arrested by Alachua. During the past week in Bradford"County $600, Gray was released on his' own burglary-related charges after police on their own recognizance after a
County authorities for desertion, according Woman Arrested the following arrests were recognizance. caught them attempting to break into Monday morning court appearance,
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Investigator D.L. Cochran .made for traffic-criminal violations a soda machine inside a northeast Todd was turned over to a Clay] County -
with the Union County Sheriff's For DUI in AccidentA according to local authorities. Insurance Agent building early Monday, Gainesville deputy and booked there on violation

Department.Tynan Gainesville arrested Police said. of probation charges.ID.
woman Looses
was License
was charged with burglary in Lake Butler for driving under the William Harold demons, 62, of One of the men was caught after he

of a dwelling and grand theft. Bond influence, failure to drive in a single Bradford County was arrested Jimmy Ray Epps of Starke has had jumped over a fence surrounding the .
was set at $5,000 for each charge, a lane and driving while license January 1 and charged with driving his license revoked, according to knights of Columbus pool at 1303 NE ;
total of $10,000.James suspended according to Trooper T. C, while license suspended and no valid State Insurance Commissioner Bill 23rd Ave. just after midnight, police
F. Tynan discovered his Pace driver's license according to. Lt Gunter, said. The man was carrying a tire

home had been burglarized some Laura Hynd Toyler, 36, driving a William Tillotson. A release of administrative action Iron and was planning to break into a

time between July 18 and August? 1982 Buick, was southbound on SR-121 Bond for the charges was set'at taken against persons conducting in- drink machine by the pool, his accomplices Pick sweet orange by exam
while the Tynans were away on vaca- near the Pines Apartments. The vehi $250, Clemons was released after he surance transactions in Florida listed told police. Ining'the Choose the
tion. $".100 worth of property In- ,cle crossed the center line and struck posted a surety bond. Epps, a life, disability, property, after The other three men were caught ones with navel.the biggest holes.
cluding two firearms had been takenin a 1983 Chevrolet in the right side. The casualty, surety and miscellaneous they tried to flee in a car police

the burglary. driver of the Chevrolet, Christopher Willie Robinson, Jr., 26, of Starke'was insurance agent in Starke. said.

Tynan learned that his son had been R. Fortner, 18, of Lake Butler, at- arrested December 31 and charged Epps was charged in an administrative :- ,,'
listed as a deserter from the Marine tempted to avoid a head on collisionby with driving while intoxicated and' complaint with decep- .
Corps during the time of the robberyand cutting to the left but was still driving while license suspended, according tive, dishonest and (fraudulent In- I\IITH-CDRONA<> I. .
that he left some firearms, one of struck.There were no injuries in the to Corporal David Goodner. surance practices. Epps did not respond -f $
which was stolen from Tynan's home, 12:53 a.m. accident. Bond for the charges was set at. to the complaint within the tune ,
with a friend, Dale Bartley of ULTRASONIC, .

Newberry,
In his confession Joseph Tynan PORTABLE ELECTRONIC TYPEWRITER .
named Dale Bartley as his co- ..

Cochran defendant., Bartley According is not to believed Invesstlgator to be m JANE S. USHER WITH ONE-TOUCH, MEMORY' CORRECTION.

involved with Tynan except through
friendship and has agreed to testify in ne-touch.one key -:- the key to perfect

court stolen that from Tynan the home left the of firearm James REALTOR. Your Union' County Realtor letters. It remembers your errors and takes

Tynan, along with other stolen
from Alachua County in property his 496-2126 or 496-2903 ,_ them.up and. away.5950'O .

possession. .
Tynan is presently being held at the 340 W.st Main St. Late. Butler '
Union County Jail in Lake Butler.


Quarrel Leads to FOR SALE N.w Lilting..... '

2 Accidents and Arrests Beautifully decorated\ spacious 4 bedroom home In lake Butler. On. of a Kind I Room.Space..Rooms..Space.

Located on approximately 1 ocr. fenced and with pool.-IDEAL for entertainment. By Appointment Only.' Priced.
Within fifteen minutes two vehicles below Replacement Value. Might trod. for nice country home. r i ,
were involved in two accidents which Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath! CB home on 1 acre fenced. % mil. from city limit. of .Lok. Butler. Beautiful fireplace, 1
resulted from a domestic quarrel, according i home ho real country appeal. No close neighbor' A REAL BUY.... If> '
to Trooper B. A. Williams.A -3 bedroom home In Lake Butler on V. ac,.. Just on. block from SR 121. 16900. SOLD SOLD SOLD I I3
17-year-old male juvenile of bedroom home on I acre Worthington Springs area. Newly decorated Inside and out. Has additional structure In. ,
Alachua, driving a 1974 Chevrolet and back of ham.. IDEAL for IN-HOME BUSINESS. '

Tony l-anier Mantlo, also of Alachua, -Beautiful Country Home on beautiful hometite with 14 pecan tree on 5 acre.. Cent. H/A;W/W Carpet large
driving a 1977 Chevrolet, were southbound Fireplace. Approx. 1800 *q. ft. plus double car garage. Fenced yard and nice barn. .

on CR-231 December 31. The -2 bedroom brick home 2 block from Hospital C.nt. H/A, W/W carpet ctove, refrigerator, dlshwather, carport. .
juvenile was chasing Mantlo, ramming Ideal for couple. \
the rear of his vehicle, said
Williams. Mantio pulled onto the ACRIAOII ,\ It.t :

shoulder'of the roadway and the 23V1 Acre located 4 mile out of Lake Butler an SR 231-A. Cropland and wooded: Super locates.' Borden creek. _
juvenile left the scene. Damage to the Nice country road. JLt
two vehicle at that time were $700 to 3-10 Acre wooded or pasture. Paved road frontage owner financed.: Lovely hometite 2 mile* from city limit I MADE IN US :
the 1974 and $300 to the 1977. .
Just 3 minute from town. t'
Fifteen minutes later at 8:30 p.m. 10-20 Acre* Worthington Spring. Wooded some pasture lovely h me1Il... Owner financed. Calf right away. The Office, ,Shop -
Mantlo was parked at the Handyway RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS 'RENTAlS .

Store in Brooker when the juvenile -House and 5 acres on lovely'country road across from Old Mill Pond. S min. from Lake Butler. Call .
again rammed the right door of the Extra large bedroom 2 bath home w/f(replace In the country. located|lust outside Union County off SR 231 (deaf j 110 W. St.,.Starkq 964-5764 i

1977 Chevrolet and again left the for families who work In Gainesville and Lake Butler Shown by appointment. ; ,

.scene.- -3 Bedroom 1 1'4 Bath home In Show Subdivision. Off SR 231 lake Butler. Central I heat. :. ., I Ie

Additional damage to the vehicle Smith-Corona I Is a registered trademark! of SCM Corporation; ,_. f
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YARD SALE "CARS, TRUCKS ) LOST/FOUND HOMES -J
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be cubs & BOATS ': FOR SALE \ ''Stlrv6 t'Bi r I ri '
CAMP YARD SALE Thun-Frl, 9-5. All FOUNDS Small block female spaniel with WSy,
mltted to the lake Region Monitor office cloth.. 25 article .
cent per 3 peed white around mouth. Contact Mr* '
In,writing and paid In advanc. bicycle, aluminum window., 1973 197S Oldsmobile Toronado$1,000. ''r", Stantell at 4791714.HOUSES MUST SEW 1983 Greenhill doubl.wld. TREE SERVICE .
unlet' credit I I. already otablthed! Suzuki antique, tool., gun, hardware A/C, FM/AM radio: Front wheel drive. by Fleetwood 26 X 56. 3BR.. 2Bath. .Removal ,.
with thlt office. canoe camping gear. Priced to Comfortable ear. Call "'3-2210 or "+ garden tub greatroom H/AC.: .
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD'RESPONSISLE tell. Follow tlgnt. North Florida Chrlt- 41_.46>48. for appointment to tee. FOR SALE Whirlpool, applianzq: Financing eTrimming ,I
FOR MISTAKES IN tian S.rvlc. Camp on Lok. Johnton. available If qualified. VA loon. May be Remo1alJ
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 473.3231, 173.2000.1/5 Itchg JOHN DASHER VANSl ,LEASE TO OWNl Cozy lakeside 2BR s..n by appolntm.nt only after 3 p.m. .Stump
THE TELEPHONE. MOVING SALES Sat., Sun., from 105. WHOLESALE PRICES house w/flreplace and huge 30 X 40 5.8607.'I1.tfnchg, '. ". :,':';, f .Free Eetimates
Clattlfied deadline I I. Tuetdoy noon On. mil. east of Keyttone Height on On new.1984 custom van. Starting at creen porch.Rental apartment attach. rI. .Firewood
prior to Thursday publication. SR-100. Follow tlgnt. 1/5 Itchg $13.800plu. tax tog and freight. 13.3 ed. 1.282.9392.1/5 tfnehg ..
Minimum charg. It 1 13 word. for$2.73 SAT-SUNi 94. 6383 Vassar Drive, High percent bank financing. 1-73 441 IN KEYSTONE OAKS SUBDIVISION By 473.4734'Subscribe
th.n 10 cent for each word thereafter. Ridge Ettate New and used furniture Alachua, Florida. 463-3379. 12/22. owner.. 3BR., SBath on large land. "After 5 P.M. .
stereo, and varied houtehold Item. 'I 1' ftcaped lot. Smelt fruit tree, utility ,': 1'''''
PERSONAL SERVICES 1/5 ItpdWant FOR SALE building, sprinkler system, creened I censed&Heights Ii
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.\ bock patio. Coll for appointment. LAKE: R'EGIONMONITOR. I 1\J\ Insured.....,J'47322JO

ACTION CARPET CARE Showcase clean Ads Get Results 1979 YAMAHA 12SYZ MOTOCROSSi i ,.V 4737358.OWNER 12/1 1BR.Hnchg house on 5.9 acre .. .
for living room, dining room and hall, New piston and ring Great thape Barn and other building Septic tank : H -

$24.95. Call for ,fr... ettlmate. $430. Call 473-2350. 1/5 Itpd and electric pole for trailer hook.up.'ApprolC I .... _.1
473-2278. 1/5 llpd SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC ,"OI-, ,' :
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FOR RENT .1 yr. old. 349 Oak Farett. ,' j" .
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CARPENTRY' AND MASONRY WORK pipe and fitting Wafer toftener ,.,3-4185. 13/1 Hnetin ;. h FOR SALE

Building patio, addition, remodeling > Bryan Ace Hardware, Keyttone Hgt.., 1 """' .moreStarke rl(_ .. .
home and tile work. Free ettlmate KIYSTONI REALTY,REALTOR HEIGHTS 473.100612/1 tfnchg..._ HELP.WANTED t ", .. \ WILL SILL FOR SISOi HeywoodWakelleld
Phone 473-4473 before 5 t'
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tfnchg. R.ntol Property Available. MELROSEAccounting '. : : ,.,' 63" high, 43"::.wide. Coll.964-6991. 1 tchgj05 '
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Lake Santa Pet IBR., 2Bath CB home, f. "
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CARPENTER WORK R.mod.llng'work, ASSISTANT MANAGER with cooking experlence. *,'.
kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. large yard, $400mo.In & Tax .. Good pay hour varied. Call ::'"w"* : ..';SINGLE CONTEMPORARY FRAME, iripledresser
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Reasonable prlcet. Call 473.2477 afterS Keyitenet 2BR., IBath home, Service r 479-1976 for appointment. ,:Ask for desk, vanity; $250; bunk bed
:30 p.m. 12/1 tfnchg fireplace, $225mo.Mobll.homez Next to Post Office Mike. 12/.29.1152tchg unit, dretter closet B book shelf, $350.
CARPENTER WORK No North of Keyttone. 2BR., MATURE-RaiABll FEMALE to work full Want Ads
|lob too big or too 475-2199 30 .*. 964-8313.: Itchg 1/09 ,
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1 fy Bath Unfurnished $175/ma.
mall. 30 year experience. Withreference or part time. Split shift on weekendt. MOIILI HOME $SUPniE Window amT
*. 473-4185/1211' S.mlnole Rid,.. 4Br,. 2%Both, quiet C.B.Isaac George Motto Bartender. 473-2643.1/9-12 ,
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neighborhood $400/mo. ,. '" plumbing and :, 'tvpplle
CARPET AND VINYli repair and installation Commercial frontage In Melrote. OH I FOR SALE Also furniture Bargain Center,,j I rnile
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experience. Call 473-4217 and oak for Latchstring KEYSTONE Road.HEIGHTS For more REALTY Info,call: Union CountyHELP Ads . ., COLOR TVt $99 and up. Next to tor"-.

Craig. 12/1 tfnchgSUEL'S REALTOR 473-4M1 .r ALICIA HAYi Good quality, large bale. Truck Stop, south ofStorr,964.8212:
RETIREMENT HOME AND .. .. $229, Large round bol..1$25. Con '
HAIRSTYLINO CENTERS All under one, 12/8 tfnchg I deliver In- trailer load.M.I.,. Conner. ,,,ROLLS40."fICIA AND''ARGENTINA HAY

roof. OFFERING Certified nursing TRAILERS 2BR.. tBath. furnished. WANTEDREAL 4f' REAL ESTATE 964-222.10120 tfn .for.cole, $30 ea. Delivery; available./
partially -
attlttonce and CPR trained staff; 24 Located 5 mile North of Gold Head 4 FIRGWOODi, Call 'aft.r.A'. p.m. Ark for!, 182.37U..12/01 tfn",
hour upervllon for lenior citizen; Branch State Park. $150/ma..plu. elec ISTATI LICENSING I In lake City COKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROrCRTYT .. .Matt. 964.8268. tfn ,RABBITS For; pets or meat." Lawrence.
hot meal: day week or long t.rm tricity. Prefer retired couple, 473-2408. IRM School of Real! Ettote.. Phone H I don't have "It..1'1'' find H.Just. POLLED. .HEREFORD. BULLI Reglitered. 4 Meng ft ml. 301 South.'468-1915 tfn
toy; STYLING CENTER for the public; month'old. Good 4.H MISCELLANEOUS .
1/51td.O. 735-4006. TFN 7/14 ( asks, .JANE S. USHER REALTOR. protect. $350. FOR SALEi Matching'
I precision styling for men and women GARAOE APARTMENT'. Lake Geneva ,GOVERNMENT, JOS*..' Thoutond' of !( MW496-212A 494-2903' .. .'eve. ''Your ((9O4)) 782.8308. 12/22.tpd 1/12 'waihef/dryer;" 3 yrs: old like.new,

perm and hair-coloring. SR-325 Hampton edge of Keyctone Height, Ideal lortingle vacancies mutt be filled Immedlat.ly. !, Lfrijon{ County aHor,"8/04 tin .. UGISTERED' BLACK ANGUS BULLS 5 yrt. $400 matching washer/dryer, B mo*.'
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4682619. 12/1 tfnchg Call 473-2336.1/3-12 $17.634 to *JO.1)3. Call 716-0426000. "" old. 40 Black Angus cows for 'tale. 'old, $495;: Hlde-A-Bed, $129;, bunk.
WILL DO TYPING In my home. Bookkrsporro .. man. ,, 2tchg .. 964.6721. 12/29 bed ,
Jilt MOBILEHOMEi 'with lakefront Ext.35625. 2-. pd 12/23 ., PERSONAL SERVICES 2tpd 1/03 $95.; king bed $150; triple
resume, etc. Call 4732898.. dock. boat. Near Keyttone.patio Call Excellent Income for part time home ." > *" Mil-- -I W1---TY r-.LTD ,------ -" --W POUR HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS) ;: One 'dr....../$ S; color TV, $150 F'i frovi ,.
12/1 tfnchg .,"73. 186. 1/3 Itchg attembly work For Info call tI1> hydraulic,pump and control valve for bedroom tulle,. $199; dinette set, $95: ( I '(,
TRACTOR WORKi Mowing .by hour or .DORMAN WELL AND' SEPTIC: TANK tpllitorl20! !SCO bed$50 .
OFMCI AT BUSY CORNER Flam- S04-641-M03: Ext. 8401.2-pd '1222GOVERNMENT ; making log ; ;; gallon day ; tofa/chalivSlQO; Kroeler
|ob. Call anytlm. 4734185.3l\" 'Tn9.5 but be lacing from SR-100 JOBS Package ..d.of;* well drilled, water 'fuel tank with hand pump and gallon sofa. $100.. safa/toveteat S73; dryer.S100 .
can teen
I tfnchg and SR-21 Intersection. Prime location. '$10,559-$50a/3/ye.r Now hiring. Your' I J pump.' 4tew installation of septic| ,gauge,, $250.: Alto available In' pas dryer $100; GE'' _""'t.; .
Call 4733411.121 area. Call 1109687-6000 Ext. JM136 '';' tank,. drain Il.ldsond lift.:>tatl n*. January, .'good vied tin.''roofing of $125; double b./:, $69,' electric ttove., .
INTER;IYI CARE CENTER:office co..act.urgery tfnchg 4-pclI2/ 2-1/12 i;, Mobile home poles available.1 All worKguaranteed 'siding/9 ft. !length" ," $9 each; .10 H. ,100.,64.4015'Oa' S. Walnut St. ttp.t". I
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'' rtoobilehome Melroe call Tommy length. $390 eachi; large :quantity 1/05 ; ,l/i
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CR-313 *a. Call 68.4-6558 or toll free 273-2131; UFN 9/t avallobl.! 782-3172.. Itpd 1/05' 'k{:
1-800-3426041.il/17-2/23/84' IStpd. 473-1368.porch. Retpontlble 12/1 tfnchg couple. wanted.. FOR RENT .';,CUSTOM MADE Droprl.s'Velonce and TWO CROWN MOTHER GOATS for tale: ,. BUSINiSSOfPORTUNlTlfg, ;.
Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 foe I Four I young goat/ 'air for $!200,
THI HANDYMAN you'".. been looking 111.URNISHID\ MOBILSHOMEi Large TYMwmrm AND ADDING MACHINESFOR .t -, FREE EstlmetesI. and W Enterprises,, ,964-4993,''Itchg 1/03, .. + I
.for.Repair don. when you wont th.m living room and porch. $170/month RENT Union County Time, 150 '1'I UFN '/29. S4WINO MACHINE Touch and ''Sew.. '. ,:,
done. Light hauling. Call)Jim .473-3671 $160/mo.plus depot Call ALSO 1.68f663l21: 28*.furnished MH Main Street Lakeutl.r. Phone j NETTLES TREE $RV1C1 Tree removal and Doe all( type.-1nO.: ,.-. make buttonhole .. ,SOMITHINO DI" IfN1J.r"rovu' ,
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evening 12/8 tfnchg Information Alto-: firewood.oak and pine *, decorative .;'etc.
.. 21R. COTTAGE with take '.fo"t" 496-2361 for TFN 10/1 pruning. patrons t breakthrough In low cost houtlngNo/ *
$300/mo., Call 473-3334. off 2821727.in 'Mobil* Ham =3 BDRM. BH.Completely ,,'.< ,for idle. Call.!,Thames. Nettle 496.3023.: ,lIegulaf price $789,, Will *ocrHtcerW73. :'. tlonal manufacturer.It seeking repa I In! I
MISCELLANEOUSBINOO. : r \ :"' ,nllhed. No kids,. no pet. HWY.It) J.A, ufn 12/22 1-475-2C06.'llchg t/09 '* i*;" select area+for'*"tet homed home
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.' TILL MINE, UI" Or :Lake Brooker Rd. Worthington 'Spring W HBFHB. VKIUMNO lake $utl.rFt pf con.I TWIN CYLINOW lift OATS' Heavy Duty. ? ,and complete line of metal building t

...AMERICAN LIOION Geneva near crtoolt.. 7 hov...'2 Phan.496-2308.'UFN12115', \"", 49o-211' Wilt weld your water pump 964-4378. Itchg 1/03 60X mar energy efficients,
room ... and lost : "and truck or car block that have froze TitUS rs. 14', $10 to $15. aluminum roof \>
HALLSr21. Saturday 7 p.m., and bath. S3SO/mo. First and lost, Francis 2 BDRM $150 a mth.firtt' .I h .maintenance (roe. $3950 Investment t'requfred.
mth advance.. Prefer ISO, and bused Will olto do protebiqwolding.tpd Ing or tiding, 410.! $8.00 964-MI6 or
Sunday 2-3 p.m. Public Invited. 12/1 'Roanoi; Broker 473-2647. 12/15:: In couple .:QX refundable.;For com "
tfnchg. .1/3/84! 4tchg: S.W. 5th.' Ave. Phone' '496-3097 or t/5 5427033. Itpd 1/05 plete Information package* call Mrs r,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Clcted FURNISHED TRAILER $125/mo. Calf '''%-291S. 2-chfl! 1/r, W. ALL GAS HEATERS Reduced\ 'A Price.! No Bruce at 1-000-4335535.: 12/29 2l hg )
y reasonable offer refuted. DUKES FUR ,
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meeting Monday p.m. Open after *>
473-7057 9 12/15-1/5/84
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meeting Friday p.m. Atonon' Mornday 4tcf INSURANCEMAiff16.I11JRA910t fl', 1.1 .
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Building/ S p.m.Community All meeting'.Church at Educational 473-2790 ., ( < j Pleno Mrqeln. Wanted;, Lazy Glrlf Auction,,Friday: 7:303O ; p.I{, .i"'y.,
475.2130.12/I WANTED .AOCNCYl ,I601'' S.' party to take .ever low. 4 ", ,North! )M Waldo. Lot of mtrehonkeel -;''i .
or tfnchg a ti' V aSk ftplnef' piano. ..' ', I'.. '. ".... i'''.t' H
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OVHKATERS ANONYMOUS No 'due*, t Lake Avemm,,,lake i tler,. '/*-3778 .t s nawnenw Itpd / v ,
I fee In .' USID VIDEO GAMe TAPER for.Intatevt- Complete Insurance Service; TFN.Subscribe. ,', Con '.b., Men, focaHyr. Write Credit PLOW AMD HJt ,PQft WHIM 9MMBJRJ Y:. WAHTIO! ,:
Open tlng.Tveaoy' "
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'.. 7:30 Community Church .Ion. 473-4648. 12/1 tfnchg' \ Illrlger i P.Oi Box 907. Sh.Ibyv4O., IN4od tractor. Paid S4M ea will.'toke, .$12$ \; '".NLEh'ti Spit'' ,F ;:,.
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,BABY CLOTHING/AND BABY FURNITUKti 'f ,1-216. ._.. .h.. ."' .016... Itpd I/O ..1 fyry \' '
Educational Building >Keytane ? 3SH ', ., '. ,. : i
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Height4732790.' rtnehgB4NOO good pothlng : l.t I ,u .. .
*, children and maternity. Now" :,2 W/W carpeting.central ubecribet't' aver "'
Monday night beginning Jam 2 > ., 'land, T '
for "_' to '* .* .. ewer" '12 o re ,, ,t
from 7.10. t>.m. P.rcantog.games.,, taking an consignment ," .',,' LaR"Butler: ,\ ;
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I97$.CHEVY IMPALA, 350. V-/, Pow.r Cut Split '
should be sub. '
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE NOME 'ABK. 177 HONDA 550. Adult owner Low Shed
milted to the Bradford steering>>, power brake A/C. 9-door 1 A Card Dry
County and ,
Mobil. home spaces for-'I.nt. mileage $730 964-8640\ 11/17 tfn
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Telegraph office Irt and stereo radio. See at 411 N. ,..Clair $48Paying
writing paid In Recreational l vehicles welcome. Phon. I, VraiIl1e9 iRBlrt
advance unless credit j I*, already St.964.OO'2. 9/15 tfn 468.2912.9/16 tin T as
established! offlc.1 IS IT TRUE you can buy |'eeps for $44 HOMES FOR SALE '
with this 'n\iI.\ ,
MOBILE HOMES One
THI TEUCHAPH STAFF CANNOT through. US Government? Get the FOR "ENTl 1 1----i''.- : ni i., !........
BEHELD ,
from Stark. city limits Clean. Hwy; 16 ,
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN. 609.fact today Call (312)( ) 7421142.. ext. W. Call 468.1323. 10/07 tfn. < BY OWNER f 24 Woodlawn. 3 Bit; 2 BA lr9RILi

CLASSIFIEDS. WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVE 1972 CHIVY 12/08 EOW TRUCK 1/19 wheel base KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY Room for rent bt w/cedar siding sep. IB, OR.. FR Ca>h .,.
THE TELEPHONE. Long ; low weekly-rate*. Call Temple Motel -.S w/flreplace. CH/A, fenced yard within'
Classified .deadline T/H/H) P/T/R; 58,000 mile; new point .' forAlMmlnum
It TUESDAY 96473S7.16 EOW/tfn ; walking distance of schools. Call I 4'
NOON prior to Thursday publication. |job; good condition 9646530. 12/22 CLEAN MOBIU HOME for rent. On > i 94.82.11/17H Cans .. PEE 884-777

Minimum charge It IS words for$2.75 TRUCK Hwy. 16 W. Close fa prison. Coll. ..auv O'THIYlARh28R.IIACBhom.I 32 Cents P.t Lb. S 8 288 M.'HEW
WITH TOPPER FOR SALE 'Templ.-L!
then 10 cent for each word thereafter Long 468.1323.10/07 Hn. ',: Furnished Financing available.. Capper ,... TtHWILUtUR ,

I bed Chevy luv 1981. Rotollow mileageexcellent STUDIO APARTMENT, Weekly monthly"rats. 1.1168-m..12/01, tin (..ryWH..V' ,.. -- r...: .",.
YARD SALE ""' shape. Assume paymentsof Palm Apartments,2a14 N,Temple .. COUNTRY STYLE Well built home In cant -
$241 per mrh for 26 mths (no equity II.glnntegAug.24
location.
Ave. 7/28 tfn j' ,' venientcity Reznod.l.dhuge '
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asked tlSTINOSLOCATlONLOCATIONr
) Call between and IehlndSrossr.edPer.
-, 533-2611 1/03' 9pm. SPACIOUS 3 BR, 2 BA home with CH/A .?, room, spacious, kitchen 964-8563, ,Interaectlonft
MOVING SALE 2 miles S. of Stark. on 12/29 2tpd West Call St. lot of storage,.No,petsj ,, 12/1S4fchg I/OS
1972 GMC 98001 New short block long 1.131 a .ft 100 Bride- I BR; 3 'ttA-ilO'.
301. Just past Drive-In theatre, Frldcrj Call 964-9827: 11/03 tfn I BEDROOM.2 BATH C/B HOME Central
\ wheel base, cob'I chat*! i!oVtl. Mimosa Dr. CH/A.w/1440 heeted I A utll; rmr;
A Saturday Lot., of goodies cheap .* 964-4378. ONE BEDROOM rfUANISHtQ,,HOUSE ",", 0''l.' P''.hwa,her. garbage oaf Florida Bart "
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111 PONTIAC 6000 LEi loaded Asking lost and .deposit. 372-0073 evening, Owner financed. Ph. 7823881. .12/29 COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS lIST*Beaut. tendsc., Ac.

payoff approximately S6800. 964.6604 12/13 4tchd 1/09 4tchg 1/19 with lovely 2 BR 2 BA frame w/terporf. 4 ntl.from!
PERSONALSERVICESCHAIN anytime..1/05 2tchg 1/12 AMUSTSIE THIS"JARO.'J Stark'.. '
NICE ROOM with private bb'd1: 96.6005.. BEDROOM. 2 .
78 CHIVY IMPALAS 2-dr. Classic. Foe- 12/22 tfn' \ 1.'; .':?: '. -pf.lbthhome; on 1 acre lot In prim loca- RAtWCR. QUIET RETRIATI,*,A w/1 BR."4 BA CH/A'hm.,

LINK FENCEr |nitalld. Freeestimate tory wire wheel, cruise control T/Sr VACANCY SOON On b.doomap.rt-*''r OW tl lon: WoUto wall plush carpet custom SERVICE Mere land spell.fMAGNOIIN !!. ', .

*. Hand .Man F.nc. Co.. $2.473 P/S: P/II'AlC.:: { N.w tire. A nice car, 'ment. Carpels, drape, AC wyll.dpotion kitchen wlbullt In microwave, lazy HOTCliSferke. landmark with S*.''

owner Tommy Reddfsh.'' 964.85:19.6/09.. .1980 FORD 782-3307 Itchg 1/05 First and last month..rentvplwdeposit. *-; ji> "'isusopr many \other extras family room; 23 beth. It.567$4. H. Vary clean.AN :
LTD. 4-dr.. PS/PB/Ac. Good '
12/30" Ph. 964-8601 (Bradford Village Voom, fireplace, large living/dining EXTRAORDINARY' VILLAi2 BR; I'BA;

DRAINFIELD ROCK Bldg sand, tire. 1/03 49,000 mile'. .. 2975. 782.3307.' Apts.) l/C3ltfn ,.- > ?*" 0:;. f'X'm. large office, patio, covered front TWO Lovely turn: home FOR LEASE. .
llmerock, tall. Large .small Itchg '2 BR MOBIU HOME Stark recvjtacollect ; \\' *. ih. double! paved drive, .
top or. ,196B, CADILLAC All i'Q' garage S93 N.CHURCH ST.W.llkllt. !-...,.,4 BR. CH/A.
load.. Ph. 7823172. BRADFORD. 964-8016. Itpd 1/05, original. $1,873. 1.473-2006. 12/29 2tchg 1/O.T chain link fence, low down payment.fiPwner -$2OOOiRO230 Brick "b.ese.CH/A.. Fenced,la.. lot
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UMEROCK SALES tfn 7/14 1974 ONI BEDROOM\ UNFURNISHED APART, : Shan. Ing.', 9.900.964.4015' .Ml BUTLER TERRACIt4/2 eit I tot*
DATSUN BJlOt One '
REMODElED.RQOM AODmONS,, pain-1' own.r",26.908 : MENTr Inquire at Tackle Box, 341 N. 'b.for.o p.m. Itpd I/OS = ,FAONO OOJIP COURSEL.wly,.11.2 BA;Own. fin,
certified mile. ,
absolutely ,n..ony', U '
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ting plumbing repair yean Temple .. .: 9 BR,1 BA C/BLaur Jt, Fenced:
tu. Alwaya "gorag.d.p$2,000. .
perience. All work guaranteed. ," .S MOBILE HOME 3 BR, In country. >. 1" I.MPtx.MnToona
964.8016 1/05 1' .." ,HANDSOME CONTZMP.t BR. 2V. BA..
964-77381' 9/15 tfn Itpd \ Unfurnished $165 month, $200 Tot.a .. .
\mDAnUN"PICK-UP, TRUCK $550. ,MOBILE Ask -FORESt''HEIOHTSi /2 stucco .,''A Ac.
HOMES "
EXPERIENCED PAINTERt Nwt'Work'In.\ : deposit; %4.5734oft.r.4 p.m. Tolling< for Randy. or Dive '
Phone-473-4306.. 'BRICK \/ AC. All SM.OOO.
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Itpd 1/05 on amenHles:
terior or exterior. Fr. estimates. application. Itchgi I/OS' .
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1?72 TRAVEL : steep 6; Also 9346310'count 713 MADISON" STiOmier J
Reasonable rates with good ,' TRAIIERI 3 BR MOBtK HOME No "children, no : ftnencln9.:, BR. ,
,references. Call 964-5177. 105 rfri : horse trailer: 4732737. J.C. Wynn. I *KWY MI *47 AC.iAtt.entlqu brkk h_. Pecnn tree*. ,
pet* 116trutu
MACHINE QUILTING Crib to king Ii:... ,|tpd 1/03 : FURNISHED", FICJE CYtiTwo roioms.4 'A'''&'W\OIlLE'HOMI SALES.'New and hUnUAVL FINE IIUIO..ICI33'Ir.. .of land,1320'an. "1.

Betty Hlldebrond. 964-8122. J2/019tpd > : S SS 782-3458.1/03 tfn v ,.,. pied! rno ".'honnes for sale Walter .10 ACRES B. N.w Hem w/Creot Reem.POUlTKY .
01/26 ;i'; HELPWANTEDNEEDMONEY ,, ; ONE ROOM' HOUSti,Furnished<: utilities',, 'T: :(Bud)Alvarez Invite*'you to come. out 3BR.3BAFlreplece S'hand FARM" "-.1 h._, 4 chick ..0\1..*.

FLOORS SAGGING HOUSE UNIEVELT Included.v$200. South 100. 964-72SS1 brows. Highway 17 South ,Cathedral Celling .14% AC OFF 22SiW. Lewt...'.Own.1 fl...,

.Need Foundation repair*?' We 'cansolv. ;;AFTER THE HOLIDAVST St'If Itpd 1/03.'ft ; Palatka, Fla. 323-9331 or 328.4682. In L-ShopedlP/DRiiree ,CORNER!: LAfAYITTI ORANGEtl.4 Ac, '''.100.

.' your problems., Cail.'for freeestimates. you willing to work,for It, we have, BEAUTIFUL:X. B*' DUPLtXi'$265'month. 'Starke, call Roy W.llo964-5731, 9/22 'Close to Schools .I \.3 BR FRAMIti8.01M..Exai.' cond. 3 .lota.SJO.OOOiMADISON. .

LaRu. ,and C'prk;:' Horn '<-iiv Immediate.opening for three outgo- 1323 Clfl4 Rd. Lease and deposit of '''''''n'' VA;FHA. Cott"4ntlonel'I i Former Cal-Maln; bldg.

R.paln, ((904) '284-3160 .or 2847089.. "" Ing.;friendly health and nutrition conscious $26 required;' Availoble,1: 'For Informd-"', \ BEDROOM; 'VA' BATHti, $!S500. See to Pln.IKI"III,1OO I ,HAMPTON OAKS} lot*. .

12/15 4tpd 1/05 .. -Indlvtduafs. If you can devote ,." lion, Colt .964.7153.1/052tchg1/12 -. ? appreciate. Lane' 3,' Blending Klngtley CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION I KSSENT ROADtVyry 1..I beat weeded iota '
ELDERLY GENTLEMAN ''WISHES TO 10.15 hour, per' week,('yoU can earn ,1'. .f,33* $. THOMPSON STi TWO bedroom' lake (Off 320)). 12/01 tfn EOW 944-4319 I .*0 ACRES Prime lend oH SR-2M.MOOO Acrf

BOARD Writ P.O.' Drawer 280, ,S600/S1300" per roth! :' Interview begin" house. $183 mth., first last and .OWNER FINANCING 12x60, 2 BR, 1V4 '.719 E. LAURA ST. 22.0vOj. ?

Stark. Florida 32091. Willing to paychar. Jon 2. 1984. 'Call, Marie.;. 782-379O* deposit. 'Calf 964.6214'1o' ? 7823653'HItchg .'- flA. Potto'utility! bldg-Vtm 1I01 jr 110\ ...,. Aa .11.000. Own fin. Wiliest" Rd. MOA.,

of. household .xp.n.... '13/22 12/292tchg 1/03 \IIOSf ''' lot In City of Storke.,1-468-1323.,12/01, .Classified 'Ads' -REPAIRHOPt. Hemoton.Owner financed.,
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AGING PROJECT DIRECTOR, Job MOULI ) adre I I &'"* 'off"' '
:Vfn IbM HOME On lot .
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'G 't .MH In. I 301. $31,000
HOUSEKEEPER/COMPANION: Permanent Locatlonr136 JN. Temple Ave., Starke, paved road $150 per month. Drposlt.' 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME e Results

pa.ltlonfor live-In lady, Must .be Flo."Submit (:resume to Sywonpe River Phone n.4508\'hpd 1/03' ,,,.'I:> t T '.>Mv..ove .ClAd utility,shed. 16 .ocr. lot on :.IIIWAltlS ROADil Flu Acre.r.r.rrorel

fluent, In speaking Spanish' wand In' EconomlejCoufKll. Inc... P.OA.Box 70 CALL 9.4-et2S for Informationon/, 301 South$14.000. Call 964-7849 after '.

Spanish cuisine. Must b* trustworthy. Live Oak Florida 32060. Phone house withkitchen! living room, ..Wi-. .'(, .,,$;OO p.m. Itpd '/05I' IuAEoossvpu4ni 'mow", ,Av.iNnurtAWrwdm '

Room board some salary. ,362. 115. Four year'of college or both. fireplace.Approximately .4 mile, .CHAMPION MOBILE HOMEi,1971 60 ft. IIIOVIIWAltll.r444' vAa6wstX.46atuec'

References 'required. Day call equivalent In work-related experience South of Slarke eH Rd. 301.tpd 1/05 Unfurnished. 9,64-7015. Itpd 1/05, .
with Social Service Program. The Incumbent ,i ;xOWNERloisal..3BR,2IAM/toe{ .. .. .
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9.5 Monday
964-5011 p.m. ( Friday) 'It!+ I ', : ,""""' -;
12/224tpd 1/12 ., ,Is responsible for ,overall LAND FOR on. acre In city of Starke. Great loco-
CLEAN'AND management, supervision 'and coordination SALE, .; .._...sIo". Close Jn.i Available Jan 15.'1984.
BRING THE NEW YEAR IN WITH f V- > -- rtHVT.'J'. < C Mini
BEAUTIFUL CARPET N.w Lif.. of all;project'activities:and I. ..,,4..1 1"I" "AlJ. I ,'::I> IA/.... ***$ '3.ItJO'f'h'! : 'T-824-1317' or'1-372-J7/W,' ". & Storage ,

Carpet Cleaning Service. Union, Starke' staff;,and to assure compliance all TEN t AC LOTS' facing .PledsorttOrove.. "'"' "IHP trying 1/p5 "?chg 1/26 '

and Keystone area*. 4753857. 12/29 'applicable regulation" < Instructions Rd. $3,995. $400- down. $70 a month.. ,'.' .Now //Renting j jI
and policies .which the Aging Call 964.5606.9/15 tin
govern
2tpd 105LANDSCAPING $4.5aM.13per SR227Brookerkna 'CJsh.R..f.t. -.6Jd2: :.8Jt1t.10x12* .....1 J18.. ,
AND .M-AYARD ProlectSalary( Range THREE 1 ACM LOTS on .N ;
.' rir.i r24-M./wk..AppRea ec .'_-.--*Rdr*i993.:'S30O-'dawnr'3Sq 'monmr': '!
MAINTENANCErPre..snmant t ovn r-- .- .fcStSc': I.' ,.. :::::: zuJdt.Kawasakt-of-S..ncar c"
licensed. Call after 7 c.pl.kro.gkJ.nw t 198Mu.t.. 961-"S60s,411'tilt -"- ..,
ty and w.ak.nds,12/29 9647192. 3tchg 1/12.'p.m. be resident "f;'BrtscHord CbUnfyf Equal APPaOX1MATElt o ,21tji; i' 'St .: /peala; ; *( $3990( '. Hwy 801 S. 834020 0 t;

SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED.' All. Opportunity. Employer, ., 12/29. 2tchg Road 225. Half; In' cultivation: hoirin a_R.MFor' tJOlItla
make cleaned, oiled and, adl at.d. 1/05 young timber..S2.OOO per'acre.Owrl* l.c.. '.AntiqueShaw ..-.r
$15. Work guaranteed. James FULL TIME HELP on Chicken Farm. Call will finance at' 10 V, Interest"Coil'l| Rent FILL DIRT
Strickland corner Morgan Rd and vGene Andrew* at 1-483-1206.. Breaker. 6530.12/08 tfn -T., (inn.-, 1 ? Jan. 6-7-8, OHlce Furniture i

Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn 1/05 2tpd 1121BEAUT1QANt B\\4 AOtESi On.mile north'of Stark.. CitYAuditorium' W.*kly r Sand It Umerock Wll) Drilling.

,JERRY'S ELECTRICAL Reasonable price With or without a following Qwnr anxious to". .,*.H">,.'Call:: ; .' N.E 'Sanch*) SU Plumbing R.palr.
Monthly ,
.'"73- 826 964-5031. ask Ii
Free estimate 24-Hr. .rvlc., or at night; l-813-75a.5&17JOHers. wotc, ms2/15.. .. '
>468-1'19. Hampton. l/034tchg 1/26. for B.", 1/05 2tchg 1/12 .., 1 Frl.-Set. .ay Year 461455l
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WANTED MANAGER-TRAINER Career'' position. WANTED" ': r'y fir"(. """I '! State LI.ed'.Httmeten .
Mature, 'reliable Housework and by 'thorough the day. Life Insurance debit (Starke areaJ); No 1 .. .' 12 noon to 9' ?M. The +tetuee rsr
experience necessary. Will train. ; Sunday :
9648071. Itpd 1(05 .
AXLES *TlRESi two axle* andlour tlresl.uHighest' : :;
WOULD LIKE,, TO. HOUSE for Training salary to$300 week licensed
KEEP, someone 'J'M.Jo"P.M: .
paid,CH..q's. oj
price. : Welding -
a takecake "agent may. apply 1-376-3811.! Equal OffiCeShpAdmisslont
2 t or 3 day week Shop, 301 South,,Stark.t.fL. 964-5007,..
of elderly person,,Call Undo;at Opportunity Employ.ri/0S 2tpd ,1/12, ) \. PINE FOREST.APARTMENTS'
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964-5802. Itpd 1/05 FIREFIGHT1Rt.Crosh; ,. fire, .rescue *X i 11/03 tfnchg'AXLES mobll.liom.s.. : JfM' 110.W. Call .
perlence' required. .Must hove, 'experience *TlRESi for Olin s,; $2.00 ntlr. how '
BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete sharpening *
Mobil Home ,. : 964-5606. III
In"repair/maintenance of fire ; .SelI. Cell'; 964-5764
service, circular hand carbide, chain /0/131fn'".," [,. 'jji'i ." S.
truck and heavy equipment. Excellent The Chapman; Show
blade hollow and l A Bedroom .
ground '
mower 1-2+ Apt
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benefit Apply Monday-Thursday 1-3 MIDDLE AGE COUPLE OR LADY to cor*, .,1 "
balanced. leave at Jackeon'Building ,. In Starke: From '150 "
to 297
p.m or by appointment. Call 732-7911, ,or4lout'moth.r, Will provide .11] BR "
Supply In Stcrke Keystone Height or A.'Corporation; Lake City Airport home '"nice yordgardenar.a", : plus, Call Mar", 9646305w..kly
Lok. Butler. TFNchg salary located 5.mils Weft of .-..-:.wLawt.y :
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GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door, windows, lakeCity. FlorldaEOEMFH.,11pdIOS' ,, Must be'responsible ,ana I' .. ',... III, 1530 W:Madsen 4 .
etc. JACKSON BUILDING .SUI'L! Y, : ; "d.pendableCa11964,688or782.3640.C', E xce Opportunity" LS '
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964-6018.Ord.n alsotoken'In' lalceButl.t PROGRAM COOBDINATORi'Adsniniitir'client .lenl ., ,964-6312,
for Sunshine 1 105'S' '< '.- ROUILe
and training programs "' ;
: 496-3079 Keystone Height ..Excellent with
reer an
473.4973.2/26 tfn Industries Sheltered Workshop. Supervision opportunity ik !... ,' .

FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS and coordination'of staff In dally |Cabinets! p,Voniti.s S r. I .expanding company' for a.:responsible ,
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,144 W. Call St, '*...73OS client .programming .tlnfll HRS NwCablnt ..
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to'work : Subscribe ''dependable, conscientiousprson !, : ;
and ability
guidelines.Organization
Open T.... Pel. 9 tll Ci3OSat. '
.-' AM tit 9 PM well with other a musty B.S. In Cabinet R.pair'"r / : .* "Sell:
.iary Buy Rent
App,!. Not Always NecessaryI7tfn ,'Education- Rehabilitation Field and Formica Work9644S7S ,A,? .
experiences :Salary plus Incentive ,. We offer excellent.I 'pay, employee 1
._..a bonus from $13,500: to $14.500 depending I Want Ads Gel"Res" 11Sftep
". benefits for advance- Q
WANt TO DRINK' on training and experience.:Send ,_ opportunities "., .
THAT YOUR BUSINESS :resume to Bob Larimer Director, Sunshine ment and good working conditions, '----- --
Industries, P.O. Bo*p99. Stark., OOOZ-M9 :.uOYd ,'.

WANT' TO STOP Anonymous WATS. OURS'Alcoholics Fl 32091. '9647699.. Open until 1111ed.105 'swe.'As Punocv"! ".!!:. 'IT:: J *., Call' (904)964-8544( _. _) V for Apt 4 1; &' CemplefSpecial' Jattetls&
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?64-41SO: : 944-5434 .964-M94 \ tfn auJ.pulau3'iso( \ : pDOJ8e JOd.)4yLIOHDlio4sul ) 'An 1' exit Em la %
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ALANON. FAMILY GROUP Xld ..euolld.lej.1& .,, Insurance
"; 944-6319 MISC611ANEOUSCUTE.MSD. Mobile Home Parka :
,lOlTl3tpd2/08'' SN011'V711NnwwOD:; NOJLHONW' : _,. S' "All 'types qf ,..
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LNGCHAWIfINC. HaAA :, homeowners policl.( ..'lor .
Subscribe Today t SIZE DOGS Free to good; I IT 'mobile Tomes .'. .-' 6lH.HOME

BRADFORD COUNTY horn.. 'lOne female; one 'mole. ,,Nte'e', '!su"rib 1 i : front' .porches, beautiful

TELEGRAPH .pen! for children-! ,964-6996.';, Itchg 1/05? f* Cai,for Quote_ shady: lot fruit tree*.; *

nt A, ., _' Sterko. Pl6rI lca', M1i ''and shop.
964.6305 -. Statltt'c4'.OO W.II r Of.. 3. pecan ,free*, .

I Juristic. Home. a---"r+" r Ceramic Tile'Servlce ChImney'Flr.'a... *3 Bedroom; Brick' V.n..r Horn*'* Horn. "S.sEwinG $49.000..EXCEPTIONALLY! NICE-2

POLESIOOAmp.$1M Year;$9 million damage to /M1eilii,1, 16M 1'h.'Botha; CH/Aj' Carport; Utility.Room.,": ...;this, Agent BR, 3 IA doublewld

.ELECTRIC SERVICE Wall*end ?/loor*, homeowner Don't let this. .,, : .p.. arpe (ln .: .. ,. mobile home on 1.7 ocr*.
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2GOAmp.$21O 1 r 'thru 6"aMuRota LOT Alt. .. $Screened enclosed porch.
New Work P5CC&l944.flS' .. UN,YOUR '"1 -
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..< 'Av..haW. \ ;' 1014 shelter.$21.000.SPORTMANS .
Complete, ..mtefhitlo er ke Repair*end Re Orovt. ,'AMHIt'M y Starting At I DREAM
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Call for Pre i.Hrn.hrW.Wo,46e,11e1 '
: e' Monday. .t SotunMyv'T' .. J Drilling. Equip.tsNiii ; $31'' \ 110-Restaurant. f Equips Fish' camp Sampson ...*..
.. .800
) Real .
......1 I Ucensatt ped ;lylrtfl) Mcom.; 2.72 oe"" 156 h. an Sampson

,J. :...:'rN",;, .'".1v' "'........ e. Different Plan of *Inmnclmg... Estate Included' :low lake.,760 ft.on canal,

S 1t Interest Starting<< at 4*" ... IS'4".,, ..:$: ,000' I bar roars,game room, bolt ,
-IHI, S' IT YOU QUALIFY Building Lot.\\fi' Soulrtgat* g, tackle living
J7iIJ'P'1i' i i*:ire)'*''*V'. V: .; '* Orn Aces.'I9SOO and ." 'hOP'k k ..
NRIAL for.....,....."' .Cell quarter*
NOv? di Used 111000., : .
: .ACReAGE .2H acres and
\ : TY' I. .1 ,9" 68U. fWi-1... 1 BA Corner: lot: 'Some
I aWed! & SpreadRa e aP..f$ cEZTerrris' up. owner financed. '
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: SALE' Ilk* nw;;$30,000. ..000 pet acre and up.. ,

onab'e Rot** ,. J-:1. ?6+ .....' .,.. ;, '.' .,...... carpel, p.ne' ..'(, more: -14-AC-lowtey.; Beautiful
'NEW & USED ... .... t: >390-i Bit, 1H tA on 3 01:. Imp: :posture' ,-. 3
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Call AnytlnHt 993 N. Tempi*. A,*. Ir''J..' : In Weldon Pecan ond fruit'downT1,900. well. ,.2 ,CIt":"' '''*. .$2300
I Y.rnio: ;'Odom8roker3" -. ,Wo F1Jtrlel0e(Bur pw0iRIRBYS I 1 .
w ,'' .1.'tA,4 54P"S .p... eNewIaetaUaUon INSTALLATION tree* 'AAucff 'more.., law '

1-4850541, _- 'Gti. ROYAL'; > ',. 1 iriRo i :NEW SERVICE' aN u t w ES'I.' .20' ,,\CIU. ./Me"!'_ '

joy DH and S42nmGrallatn' lA' CH '* ;; EURJEKA3 Rein 3_ C ReJialf$ .HEAfPUMPS' r Horn,!tam w/4 stall* and
tockroom, fenced; 3 I],
ne$1bborleod$ :$ : '' '' I i'LKaTS ; "
-A'Go-1 4'7'; ENERGY $A flit a
HOOVERS' 11I1. porch on MH,Fndt*r** ,
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1" ELECTROUJX '' ,.D IIItF) .' r. dmkr.enw$00.000. ; .

Fitcd yard '' FILTER QUEENS'. tic'/: /,.. .. .'. .'. k. ;" ...,j .' S'BONOEDrATc) HWY 16 W-On acre with ;,
cleaning,* but 'priced .to 1 .
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:' ,/ 1, By Linda Wharton t ?,',$:>', -atiarly( to" build a Jump ramp.'and dock Country I>ay, ,;festivities here;;on July Joan Winkler. .
1" Lake '. for us, Sandra aaid' ". w .. Membertllnclude Sue Owen, Dean
Region Monitor'
Editoe ,
L. '. The Gatorland Ski Club was formed Just recently they competed in the and Danny Muggeo,. Steve Kramer,
The Gatorland SklClub: of the lake,' .three years ago out on Lake Lilly and Southern Regional Show Tournament Robin Geren Tammy and Rick
region area heads for Costa Rica/ the'?'' Mince: that time skiers have Joined at Cypress Gardens drawing a 5th Winkler Andre and Marvin
middle of January and plans to present from surrounding communities, place and more than doubling their Reschetar, Natalie and Bubba
two shows, one in a' lake and one drawing quite a few members from score this year, Banks pointed out. Duguidi,Sandra, Billy, Joana, Shurl
I';.. I in the Pacific. ; the University of Florida in When they return from Costa Rica Banks, Joan, Mel, Rusty and Cathy
1 .. The trip is being sponsored by :Za--. ..g Ip'vlUe.. There are also two professional they'' plan to perform Palatka on Winkler Ricky and David Addison,
',.,<: Sociedad: Anonlna Company andtie skiers with the group, Tom Feb. 25 opening' the annual .Azalea Scott Fivecoat, Card, Bill and Linda
.: w; Division Of Tourism in Costa Rica. Christ who has skied professionally Festival there '. Kaiser,, Beau Reviere, Darin' Van
t;: z I,' Jt was coordinated by Frank ''Lee- In Clearwater and Germany 'and In April they' will be doing their LaAdinghaid, Frank Sparks;.Jimmy
",' ''l"; ,,; .: ." ;;"./ ,Owen' whose daughter Sue, is'':" a' Joana Banks who skied professionallyat show at Herb White Marina In Neale, Tom Christ, Lindel Hale,
member of the local ski club.. v the Great American in 'Myrtle Jacksonville followed by another Dede '''George; Bethany and Andy
.', .' Around 40 members of the Lake Lilly Beach S.C.
show set June 16 at Palm C 8st. WilcoX Darrell Robitzsch, Tommy
1 water ski troupe.will leave by.bus The club has been a regular participant
up the club of young skiers Wolfraier, Jay Underwood, Tina
for Miami January 17 and then<<; fly' S by in the Keystone Heights, Our is Head Sandra Banks,and Mel and Spark and Kenneth Glenn Fox,
lr' 1 7 G charter plane to Costa Rica.
"' '.. ,.. Sandra Banks,spokesperson tor the .
: group said all their boats and equip-: }1;'
ment will be,furnished but that they'; .

p// ". ,, < < will .be taking some of.thelr water:'iV:i iskUs. ARTHYnM \

Several of the fellows will be gofog';':I Y VOW!WHAT S ; '
\., 1/Wm.WOK I Htft 8E LATE FOR" ;WE MAN-/SWOT
1 i/',I"II. TW ic 'DEAL H Kf II AfT Trll5 -rODII'BUT Xi'1 RUt: EASILY AMUSED:. '
Vic... I DC Rescue Unit, I:\ YOURS LATE' WAY,8o5t. fiai.Y. FoR TOI'10AROw7. !

5+ itl ;+aw JYad'4, dJ Answers' 82 Calls Ii '.''1;":..: '

Rescue Bradford ,:r ;.
'' ? 60 In Cour tyV. '
reports 82' calls were responded i to '
during December,1983.50 patients'rei',J. ,
,quired transporting, according{ .'+
of Rescue Cliff *
Supervisor Chapm*;
Twenty-eight patients we>;T'
transported. to Bradford Hospital!24 .
patients were taken to othir
Jhospitals.!! '*
Seven were, taken to AlachUa''
General, seven to' Shands two -to.
fi Veterns Hospital four to the ReccpJ""
tion Medical Center, two to North ij
Florida Regional one to University In*
Jacksonville and one patient to North J. ,
Florida Mental Health Center 1 '
i 0 Twenty of 'the' calls''' were, iDnessrelated
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and seven calls were to .cardiac -
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patients.Seven '
calls were trauma patients, '
two were trauma related to.
automobile accidents and four were,
trauma related to a fire. ./ .
Two calls were to people with ,I
breathing problems, two calls were to TERWILLEGARMOTORS.
I -.twft .utf"r eafood... I patients in emotional crisis and two* .
calls were to obstretic patients.
Irving Cone, J.... displays the'eatch of the.day. at Lake' Butler: ;Seafood Five patients were dead on arrival>
located on KWA. J\vel inLake Butler j- and five calls were cancelled
The seafood market opened on Oct. 27 and has an array of seafood fruit Bradford residents are reminded .
and pecans awwell as bait and'tackle for those fish enthusiasts who. ,would the number to call. for Rescue Service'is
rather catch their own. 064-6161. .
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Irving and his brother Bill are.'partner* In their business adventure with .',' ., ..",.
Martha Wall and Jewell Cone. Health-Fitness Center

Irving says he is ''real;pleased with business" so far. Expands Hours in 1984 184'
The seafood market Is open Monday through Saturday from 6'a.m.. to 7 \ |
p.m. It Is closed on Sunday. Drop In for a visit and pick out some delicious, The Bradford Hospital Center /or
shrimp and oysters or oranges for.your,family, :' -,. Health and Fitness will be expanding
V 'V/:1))1 I : ) VV' its hours for the new year. '
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Land, Sales in BradfordCounty :;I ,; p.mfOft.SaturdayVL. ., ; .i. t.,. .
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Total $23j QjO In Marriages Bradford dissolved County in :Bradford.* With dory ,Air 6995 6 1 95

County during, the' month. <>f '
December were as follows; tory"lr5Spee i 7495
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The largest land sale last week was' Randall' 'T.: Crawford and Julie A. \sJames .
for $68,000 for lot 25 of Geneva Lake Adukiewicz sold 3Vt .acres SW of P; Larkin and.1 Blanch'' }i.
Estates sold by Gerald Barksdale, 'Lawtey to Jesse D. and "Sarah L. Larkin. V-6' 4x4 Option, 8995
General Contractor,.Inc. to Michael Register for $28,000. John F. Woolvin and.Carol Ann
,P(. and Carol D. Murphy.. Sampson Lake Properties, Inc.sold Woolvin. -<
.Roger W. and Eunice W. Edwardssold lots 9 and 10 of Deerfoot Trail to Billy William Ray Price and EdnaPrice. I
2V4 acres on' US-301A:, near J. and Julia E. Brannon for $15,000.. Randall A, Roberts and, KeUy'Ann
Lawtey Donald, K andVergief.Wilkison Mary Q.Brown sold lots 29 and 30 of,, Roberts. J ,
for $1,500. .: Sampson Lake Shores to Julian C; Darlene Thornton and Lindsay e .ado
'. Jack M. CourtnayJlofd;; lot 33;of' Fulton, Sri for $38,000. Thornton. i:
Keystone Club I, ,Estates ,Unit, l.'to Mark and Elaine Qlin sold Just Ralph R. 'Peeples 1 and Rose' M. ,
Phyllis J,Gray and Brian F.Gray for under two acres on Pleasant Grove P J ; ,
4,500, Road to Cedric L. and.Debbie J, Warren < George William;, Rollerand Ada
Kenneth B.and Joan S.; Piatt sold a for.$7,000. Holler.,. r :r s
parcel of land 'on SR-21 south of >J, >'". /}I. .1 k kji
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Keystone Heights to Norman W. and, > '.it I '.
Gay, S. Stouffer for $11,00.' : :'' is'not 'jhortVut.that tl } always time enOugh,
"Life so,;:" Kerf
John W.Suttles sold of land'son "t
Marklee Starking Rd a parcel to David and "-t., .- 1 1'fo", court..y.'T!, . ,Emerson .. \ .,

Deborah Suttles for$31,000. .. a .. ,
LU' Champ Food Stores, Inc.'deeded .t .. ii r "
lots 1 and 3 of Block 2 Eastwood to IN STOCK "
Bradford Hospital, Inc. for no

monetary John Suttles consideration.sold five acrea' of land, r Alligator Creek J Our new '35t "HIGJ-I'; 'OUTPUT" Engine Is currently available'' In All 'Truck Seriesl

on Marklee! 'Starling Rd to Jimmy L.\ With'a, Nef;Horsepower Rating",of 210 b.h.p.,. Thi I?.'engine>Is 20 H..P. short ofthearid" : ; '

and J. Linda E., Jr.D.and McCarley Hazel H.for'Wall 15000.sold\a :.. :Farm Center :'::460/ '''raLailabe l l 1n' .the flSOj The 351 H.O. capable' ;; of; pyillrig'Wger, rloads"
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parcel of land on US301.just north of I l (Tra'i ers-Soo'ts; arid'aeli| \efing. -reasonable' gas mileage.NOW \ .
,Lawtey to Ralph and u s. 301 .S.'Starke964.6973 .
RebeccaWisq? . .
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