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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 12, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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was requested and exactedby that of a neighbor,and ho wants to see ..:.:; :
I members of the,Santa",Fe Lake how that comes out before; a new law, -" ':

If Dwellers.,.Association who appeared .to passed. J.-, I i' ;;.;;.. ';
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3. 'hjt .stalemated effort for a land use protection attorney Kopelousos .
ordinance now called a conservation after an unsuccessful effort' to get a :_....- '''' '
ordinance by Zoning Director mining ordinance on :thebooks"through ,,
L.M ,G.lnear'was promised by the efforts of county attorney.'t
ri .n Commission Chairman Lawrence. Dudley Hardy t who was attempting to
Mosley use ordinances prepared by attorneys ,"
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Don Hill-spokesman' for the Lake Attorney Wader Hopping! oX '

.Dwellers, asked for a response and Tallahassee. ;
+ F AT i requested a time table."At least we'd [ Hardy stated all along'he was not.; .: ..:.:;:
have something to go on," Hill said do expert in the field of land use and' ..'_.:" .
I"" mining Clrdll)8Jlcea.liardY was also. ; t
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Jim Thomas, left of the Farmers Home Adminidr Uoe, ASCS hopefully In the rows of heavily freeze-damaged strawberry plants I' c1
Director Warren Carver and County Agent Bobby Taylor look at the farm of Buddy Norman on SR-225 just,east of 8R-1 Attorney John Kopeiousoa;; rdained'last
June 27 to prepare an ordinance,
was contacted by phone Monday at : ,
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: 15: Berry Growers May Get Crop Disaster' t(.,'\Kopeiousoe haa'\\8tudied and sees

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'..... -...,' "Christmas freeze" that apparently knocked out of 75 percent of damage can be made. /*, ., expertenced in zoning matters. ,
;: 1.. the county's 1984 berry production capability, with a potential loss One local ag official said the government just doesn't work that :
;of 750000. fast" and predicted the loans might not,come through before time',' Next I step should be to set up a
Meeting here Monday appraise agricultural losses In the cen- to plant next year's crop. series of public hearings to study the
bar')"'. worst freeze group headed by Agriculture Stabilization All berry growers agreed this week that Douglas plants a hardy 'proposal, Gaines said. But first;the
-:: and Conservation director warren Carver projected a 75 percent variety purchased mostly from Nova Scotia, weathered the freeze, upcoming; public hearing on the proposed -
loss of the county's 1984 estimated 125 acres of strawberries, and much better than the once popular Sequoias, a California vareity ordinance must be advertised.
100 percent loss on 150 acres of winter greens. that holds more water and is more susceptible to'freerimThe contrast the zoning_director pointed out.
Bradford was one of 35 Florida counties recommended to the U.S. Is notable In adjoining fields of the two verities with Sequoias, "'
," Department of Agriculture\ for designation as disaster areas by looking parched.and dead while Douglas plants show tinges'' of '"We're going b l leave it tip to you E.w.Hodges
w Governor Bob Graham and the State Emergency Board. Total green and a generally healthier look. More green buds were L.M., and If you haven't got it started New Commission Chairman. .
&)i damage from the Dec.24-2 freeze was estimated at$500 million to lug up hi the crown of Douglas plants, although'a large showof ,in 90 days we're going to .:remove - ,

t gjL'!\ "targeted" crops,, including. winter" vegetables. citrus and both varieties appeared to be rotting in the crown instead of budding -f .r you," said Chairman Mosley, teasing. ; 'r'* ; ? .
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4f: strawberries. out. the zoning director. "Seriously,1',the
'; In order to qualify for low-interest government loans (probably' County Agent Bob Taylor 'said This! really puts our'' berry commission chairman .added, there' picture and the:commission. ( brought >: :
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','? '.: around five percent) each individual grower must qualify by show-. 'growers In a .dilemma. They donft know whether to continue a', ,,' should be some movement on the pro-1 in Kopelous0a.v ; .
,:\' ing his disaster loss to be more than 30 percent of his total actual spray program for bisects, weeds,and diseases with unknown prospects poeednewlaw. No", 'it.has been six: months'Iince ., -
v...a production and projected production from July 1, 1983 to June 30, for later production or whether to go ahead with replace-' t ,. Kopelousos ,.began'representing. the' -..* ,-
1984. like bell pepper on this land. Taylor predicted that > ,- 'Gaines.recommends a change from county in the matter. Finally this,
I Large-acreage strawberry growers should have no difficulty. another to eight weeks would be required to hay I assess the "' 1.1,:. 10 acres to 5 acres in the proposed or" Monday,, th.. ,Lake,' Dwellers! approached ..
,", qualifying but farmers who had only acreages of wintet greens situation. dinance. for the matter to come; under the,county again :
may not qualify, although their losses were 100 percent. With the current cash investment for producing one acre of berries jurisdiction of the zoning .bOard.;Theo Chairman Mosley promised the .i,'; \
"! The majority of Bradford farmers-estimated 433-who would estimated at.$2.500, growers would have around $313,500 cash ', .S. Corps, of, Engineers ,uses,jUve .Lake Dwellers Association, a status. ', : '
:' fall into the 20-30 percent damage bracket will not be able to qualify invested in the 1964 crop. !**! loss however.would be'' '\acres, 1 Gaines' pointed,rout 10 if the report; one way or the other; ,
for loans, Carver said. close to 750.000, figuring hi projected profit on the crop. ,' county has a 10-acre standard the, .It'. a little ridiculous for Ms ; :
Morris Carter, Jr., one of the growers considering digging up Berry growers Morris' Carter and Buddy Norman also had large' Corps could come into play before the schedule to stop. us all," Hill told,the, I,
their strawberry plants unless they show substantial recovery from plantings of winter greens totaling over 100 acres for another'ap+.1 ,county when it should, bethe other' .. 'commission; j
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the freeze In the next few weeks said "We'll need the loans soon In proximate loss of$30,000 in production costs. Oscar Carter;a large- way around, At Chairman Mosley's request,'zdn-' "

,order to plant pepper to recoup our loss of berry plants." scale cabbage grower,lost 12 acres just reaching maturity for an Gaines also said there Is currently ,ing director Gaines left the meeting to -.' I IC
I But Jim Thomas of the Gainesville Office of the Farmers Home estimated loss of$4,800 In expenses. a ':" I
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School board members are looking, Sing vo-tech administrator David driving range.to. not ,located.on It.. 'Adelle Mitchell a Green Acres'anda' 'Bradford IDgh.'SuptuTom' Casey told Or,state money can be used to build .t<,\ : "
hard for an alternative to the FFA Smith to design a driving range for' School board members, seemed to teran.llcbool teacher here,'oppoe'sdthe the board,members.and'cannot be,, a. new, 1,700 square foot 'ad-' r,
farm on which to build a $250,000\ ,the fairgrounds. Question la the if the .agree with Casey's thinking. about a range going hi close to her; built with state funds mlniitrallve suite at' BHS. Do that t,$
S semi-truck driver training range. half-mile straightaway needed for the new school sight, 'Iwt want to see 'b .me" ,i i"V! I If "the board decides to borrow' and put tour classrooms Into the'pre-1 ,
'. But, board members say, they'll "range can be, carved from the money figures first & n '> money for land:Casey suggested it sent administrative area would solve '
vote to put the driving range on the. fairgrounds p. ,a\y. Some 40. acres facing ,Brownies' More Classroomss Needed..* 1 might consider borrowing to build the< part'of the problem, the superintendent : 'I+, ..: :
FFA farm before losing the state Lawson env dons a paved midway Road has been offered to the school 'SIX more cfassrWnS: are t eda4'at'I '' ,six classrooms, as one alternative. .pointed out, -" ;
for the fair If the be board for $5,000 with '
1 grant. range can put on per acre adja. : ,
Newest suggestion made by Ag Instructor the fairgrounds. cent property also available for less : '" JL'i'' "' \
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Greg Alvarez during a 2-hour Monday night, the school board was per acre but not set price. '
work session Monday night Jan. 9, on looking for any and every alternative. Other alternatives i ,considered by ; 1'
the driving range, .to to put the practice Supt. Tome Casey says the decision Is. the school board areA : S S ; SN (
range on the fairgrounds. Question th school board's but recommends 220-acre tract In northwest __ w 4 -+:. :'
; .to, .is there enough room. Site the school farm because It is land the Starke available for $2.200 per acre. 5 + i iffitta+ l h4N .'
Committee member J.R. (Jim) school board already owns. MOO-acres just inside the Hampton _
Lawson has been searching since ,At the same time Supt.Casey leans' ,town limits for $1,000 per acre. 'I
Alvarez's suggestion for a way to use toward buying land on Brownlee -The Keystone Airport,a move that ,''I 1 "',
I ''the falrgroundsr thereby ,solving Road, across the road from the vo- would have to be approved by the J;' .,
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several problems at one*. tech center from Ronnie Newman fora owner' ,'the town of Keystone Heights. 1 I';
Lawson said Wednesday be .to ask possible future school site, even If a Camp Blanding. Supt Casey opposes tI.!.
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located in Blanding for four years and '
1 ""',1' -JJ:;...:' '" the Arrangement became unworkable i i ,, ": ", ,,
leading to the move to the ?v.,
T.i: V B-SeCtion. Lake Butler fairgrounds where the I : d4 I ?, .A' r'r' It ".;:, '.
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Cindy McDanl!, critically ,,. "I
Residents from the farm ,
World famous Burn Institute In Calvston Txas.;' ag area
: and from Green Acres,just north and .'
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",P A: -y"-:-old horn fcfefyw.fe, GStarkelandmar". ,: <* for many.y.an' *..* ,,' ,burn: % :school night to board oppose meeting UM driving room practice3'ra Monday'. i liii v"z -r r' i -t'. : r
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J.Ii:. Toad on has been 'elected looked on with a lot of scrutiny,"Denmark Mike'Coney" '' (!Is also J t' 11 } pS:1
president! of:- the Starke-Bradford said, in his opening remarks preparing a slide show for, the banquet
I County Chamber of Commerce, for referring to the dismissal of 10rmcJ;: at the Starke ,Golf .& Country
I 1084.mlinson' Chamber manager Bill Wilson and \flub, "
I president of the Florida the new image of the Chamber under v- "
National Bank at Stark, was elected new manager Mike Cooney. ', CbalrrnaniDenmark, also
last. Thursday Jan. Sf at the ,first Thanking the executive committeefor asked for
meeting of the Chamber's Board of the opportunity to serve, Cooney ,any cold photos to be brought to the
Governors in 198*. The 23 members said he looks enthusiastically toward chamber. for, presentation at the. ban- p
and'governorS present plus three great progress In the future for Starke 4uet' ", "1'/, i J\\\ '
news reporters; was the largest turnout and Bradford County. "
in months at a board of gover- Cocktails will be served beginning #
nors meeting. at 7 p.m. Dinner will,be at 7:30 p.m7 ,ef :
Attor was By.Law.Changes.: .,. Tickets are $10' per' person. For K' 1
elected viyce-president'and Steve reservations, phone the chamber of ,
Denmark was elected treasurer.' following Brought by-law up by J.E. Tomlinson,,.the fice at 984-5278. l '
changes were approved
Six'newly elected members of the ,
board of governors,were also present. : ;

They are Steve Denmark who was re- '12:30 Meetings}.Sctf.. '
elected and Hew\ members Eddie
Douglas GJfc.X; : Jerry) Ely John The time,to consider' dues delinquent Future Chamber board meetings ;,, + '
Miller Byron Terwillegar, Susan was shortened from 90 to'60' will begin at 12:30 p.m.,'rather than
Faulkner. Their ,3-year, terms run i days.L.M.Gaines who didn't want to noon, and.no food will be served to '
from Feb. t. 1984'to Jan.:31, 1981. lose any members, preferred 90 days shorten the meetings. : :
Terms of the new officers and direc-, but didn't vote against the proposal. Cha'rman Denmark felt out the.
boar Members and got no objectionto
tors begin Feb 1.
Directors whose terms'expire'Jan. "board thrv't suggestion. Denmark: said the
Determined that appointive half will
\ -tour delay give members a
31, 1984 are J.E. Tomlinson; Roger
members, such'as from the city and
chance to eat something before coming -
Jones; William Marchese Lynn county will have a non;voting status to the meetings./ 'New Chamber Executives.' ..
Schlofman, Richard Welty, and Keith
and be limited to an advisory capacity. .' New treasurer Mike Cooney, newly appointed executive
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Gtlllngham.: i '! II. \,1. officials of the Starke-Bradford County Chamber
Directors whose terms expire Jan. I I'/ 'J'I i i :i lt i: I I. '' 1 of Commerce are (1-r)t attorney Richard Welty vicedirector of the Chamber and J.E.Tomllnaon,president 1
31,. 1985 are Ken Plat, Steve Futch, In other action,theChamber governor president; Steve! Denmark of Denmark Furniture of the Florida National Bank of Starke president. _
L.M..iaines .1 : ,I'; I 'i < 0
Thomas
Doyle Evelyn
That a representative of the Junior .
Womack, and S.L. Peek. il I- I .
.Chamber of Commerce if one is ever .. ,
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;.;;i' Denmark/ VfiaMptesldent,1presided 'established here, be on the board'. of -becidedi that DO.iember... can
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1 changes wewi made'II) bj-:jrfws,,hew ,governors.'I, : -" \I., use the Chamber office for meetings., Conservation "
..officers elected; and* plans made for ., j.\ i M i. ...... .

.I"!the"I annual think this banquet set Jan28.prqhabty'beTHE That the immediate past presidentbe .Voted to,start up a,monthly newsletter '(from page 1A) 2)> Adopt a mining ordinance, Including ,sistently with the land use plan andwithout' Ii
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year in 'addition to the 18 elected to all members,;at,the suggestion Kopelousos, and got htm. permitting procedures and discrimination, Kopelousos I'
", memo irs of the board of governors.,I; of'J.E. Tomlinson who said the wines said he'd tried to phone standards.The board's formerly proposed -' stressed. .
.. A.\i" ;' I' : ; I lack of a news letter would correct the Kopelousos four times and failed, but: mining ordinance is a permitting The commission has authority to i
feeling of non-communication by Kopelousos has'been busy moving in- procedure, Kopelousos said, the set rules of zoning, such as no mining,
: fix. In an Rl-A'residential area, the attorney ,
Chamber members. quickest
BRA 'c;>ltD I ,De mined that will tie to a new office. .
quorum said.'Mining can be prohibited' 1!
COUNTY TELEGRAPH one over half of the' 18 elected board L I I I ; .3)) A combination of land Use and in certain zoning classifications and : I

i Published varyiThursday; \ members. The Alternat ves.... zoning ordinances which designate allowed by special execeptlon in other '
i at 133 W. Cal(,$.,*..; ( Agreed to exchange membershipswith As Kop lousoa explained last June 'conservation and preservation areas classifications which is actually part
,: i Determined' that no refunds of the formed allowed then of the he
newly Union County "in which no mining is county's police powers ,explained -
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32091 dues paid will be made.. Chamber (of Commerce. Tomlinson a lengthy,meeting; county'salternatives allow mining by; to control the of the
: I said the Bradford Chamber'should use rural but The county's comprehensive land
;; Second Class agricultural or open areas
; postage paid at' On the Santa Fe Swamp :'
Upcoming Banquet..; "show some! positive outreach" to its are establishing standards to be met,; use plan adopted,.in 1960,-.is much
Starke, Florida.Subscription Arthur Kennerly, Jr. of the state new neighbor. :' 'Beef such as,reclamation of mined areas. like an architectural blue print, i
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Department of Commerce,will be the Kopelousos said.The land use plan
\ I Rates; ,speaker,at the upcoming Jan. 28 ban- -Was direc'ton -- "cavatlon ordinance that is on the The commission chose the com- wording can be amended to protect
,, In-trade: area: $10.00 per year quet. Mike' Cooaeyfor'advice: 'and books now. Kopelousos told of the commission bination of a land use and zoning or certain areas considered vital to the
the the
$5.50 six months Kennerly Is the state source for the assistance'' from all1 members.: With rent ordinance requirements could be easily met cur-by dinance and retained attorney. welfare of the community.Such areas
new industry Steve Den- from )' could be termed
prospects support members the Chamber Kopelousos the same night. conservation or
Outside area: $11 per year mark told the governors. can have a good year; ,;:Cooney said.IJBBS5T least anybody, the desiring current to mine.ordinance At the would very preservation areas, and mining couldbe
Consistency Important... prohibited in those of
$6.00 six months have to be amended and standards in- types areas,
cluded. Permitting should be dqne con. Kopelousos) explained last June 27;

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4 "wv r ,.,;t.IJI.: "II.IJ'I I council were returned to office Cephus Harrell. Mrs. Edna HarreU. -,, Th.r.leANrpandn.; .;.Gaf" vll. '
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will be between Mrs. Sue Davis and election. and Gene Melvin.' .
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Veteran county com'mbslo E.W. Flooding from recent heavy rains Confirmed the zoning "j.Pproval -

Hodges was elected chairman of the prompted commission of two coning chang ) for a \; i
board in Its annual reorganization to deepen aditchalong Deerfoot IJ l
ultralight aircraft plant onUSsot s ,
Monday: Jan. 8, TaU, saying would take only 2 production
north area' : '
2) ma tos'stare II Ij'
Hodges 'replace Cotamlsslsotaer 4 hours
to with
a grader. rl
wrecked vehicles off US-801 north by
Lawrence Mosley,the 1983 chairman. Mrs. Soud said she has sold 87 lots Ronnie C. Davis.Commissioner Max ) ,
Only assignment change was a switch' on the southwest side of Sampson ie Carter Jr. asked and"" received !
arw. putting Mosley In charge of the Coun.I Lake and 16 homes have been buut in
assurance the Junk yard was not on
I ty> Road, '
Department th*' board's ,thq development. She said taxes on US-30I. : 'I
toughest assignment. the property.would. add $30,000 to the, I ,
"I'm not against It, but that's the i I
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commissioner Maxie county income and wanted the work i
Carter Jr. worst eye sore you can have, particularly I !
done In
was elected vice- exchange. "
on a road, said Carter.
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"election1' had only onenomination said Mrs. Soud knew that Deerfoot I
( each*, with each vote Trail is a private road. If the road was Was told by Chairman Mosley that ''t'
unanimous. Ilmerocked and 'paved to: county'' the mechanic the commission thoughtit ,
Committee assignment J' are: .. specifications, the commission would was going to hire has been given a
+ i ip Carters fire and.rescue, and waste consider accepting it, they said. Mrs; large pay increase and other benefits;
control. Soud professed ignorance of county ,to stay with his present employer. So,
Homer Hartcivil the county still in the market for a
defense ag committee paving specifications when Urn road "t
mental 'health/ and. cour was built second mechanic.: ,thouse. < Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. mission is' to do all routine it'maintenance I
E.L.:'(Nook) Norman recreation, emphasized the* commission cannot and mechanic work at I ,
finance )Committee''', '> zoning. send county equipment onto a private, the county barn, commissioners said, i '.
agriculture. road.' passing round a $500repairbWt \

> Mrs. ,Soud said the f1ood''gates at .
2 ZB Vacancies.... Sampson Canal caused her property at the request of Sheriff \ )

: The two vacancies"on the county to flood. Commissioner,, Hodges install Crime Iwan
u" 'zoning board were reported by Zoning pointed out that water Is flowing over in 6areva Lake Estates !l l. Ton I
'Director L.M.'Games, who asked the .the top of the flood gates now,'and is SR-21 south of Keystone Heights. \ '
I commission' help in filling the posts. backed up at' culverts going under. the Commissioners pointed out t
!,1/ One vacancy was created by the re railroad. however, the signs work only ii i.;'II,!
''Starke Aks cent resignation of Bill Wilson of In other action Monday, Jan. 9, the residents cooperate in reporting I'
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r Lawtey; the other commission: suspicious activity.WANTS. '
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.-....., ,' 'on .. of Wiley Langford of Graham. e:, t j 11'*! }!
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They are from left to right.( Front row: Stephen Murphy How:Andy Smith. Alex Porter, Monlka,,'Williams. "If you'll get.me a warm body I'll J' .
Justin Brown Eric Brown, Jeffery, Evans, Jesse Oennna holiday Christy Carver, Kim Wall. Fourth find him'' a slot," said Gaines,. only -H. !
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Kersey, Bernard Johnson. Second Jill I ;partly In Jest. 1
row Williams Candice
row: Norman Wenday Thornton; Tara Dixon '
April Taylor, Amy King, Allison''' Longer Stephanie Estella pent n, Adell 'Kuhn, Dna n
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.Sellers. Brandt Barrett Brenda William, .Third iVewsotnei"and'Andrew;tfewett. .. ..
',i \ Deerfoot Trail is a private road and "1':' n.

I ? I (..1 ... I 'do'*county ,equipment cannot be'used to :. : your[ i

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Aubrey is blind and cannot work. like never before on this .world 'leader.. r.,

Naomi medical does reasons.not -work because of Take advantage of a \ t

The couple had problems finding a great deal. Put a tough I
\Mace to rent I In Brooker, according to' new OREGON chain, on' 4
Rev. Hendry,so it was decided to purchase e
a mobile home. The trailer is: your c alnsaw",;Then get

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Uoyd Griff is, dean pf'Bradtord'Counyl'berry (
growers, who i is now retired.1': : "

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damage ,to 'his'17 acres:of;badly'burned S
Douglas' plants: "It's toosdepressing. ,i S:5'S: ,
Carter also lost 40 tq SO:acres of broccoli y
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'.. -Stanley.: "Crawford.Sri.; : : whp.formerly. : 'I

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ford .County,.,,says he bas been around,,for
more than 70 years and has never seen a
freeze as'prolonged and damaging as'the
\ ''one that started here Christmas Eve.
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'. ,hi' I ;' (disaster; to,, visit the county .since) the
.. catastrophic.freezes of 4895 and.189$ that:\ ,
killed the orange groves in this area and
'sent the citrus industry looking for milder
climates in i central and, south Florida.\ )
Those freezes Is ent{mercury readings'down : -
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freeze,'althoUgh the wind chill factor last,
month, made the temperature' feel I like r"i
; t several degrees below.zeroi elementwas y,
M lacking however. The Valentine Day X/i.I/ l
h" t( freeze of 1899 brought around two inches of, .-- ,
Starke Lake Butler Lake and '
snow to ; City
other, area towns, but last-month's cold ,q..i'4t t'ti$
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.,> 1" plants Jo cold 'weather'is redden the
In 49! years of successful strawberry growing. Lloyd Griffis, "dean" of Brad- ,.' .v.r' J n leaves and perhaps lose bloom and fruit. TWelve acres of fine winter cabbage lie rotting'In the field at Oscar Carter's1' ;
ford County berry growers,never had to deal with a winter like this;Now IB l his i t:'I<\ ', But this time due to prolonged!\ period 'place' on SR-Z2S west of Lawtey. Soon bell turn them under and try to recoup o ',;

second year of retirement Griffis escaped effects of the disastrous Christmas loU4"1; .,*irt'at,4,.,',-o(below freezing temperatures,the leaves' part of his loss by setting out a few acres of sweet pepper.Viewing the damage' '4
freeze which would have blemished his unbroken'recent aei'ei'hai4ng are brown, "itk someone poured scalding are ASCS director,Warren Carver FmllA representative Jim.Thomas.'and'.,,' ," ':,

money on a berry crop.. ;, ,':l'; .' If II'"l'l I water on them,'!1s one grower said. Some County Agent Bobby Taylor. t '('
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top, while others!show signs of rot in the' '. Cucumbers that were selling 12 for $1 several weeks ago are now three for $1. IA'i'\
1 !' 'e;j 'I' ".\.". ",,",'',\..'' V1Timeito crown, indicating that the plant may: not ' and other fresh produce prices are In proportion.' :

.... produce berries!even though it survives. ,: .
CI JI : .! ./0'0/ % .* Q i I' Leon kflled of two' :
;: \ j .' 'Starling, whose berry' fields are (1,200)) which were when one
/ L.N. (Buddy)..Norman, Jr.,. whose 20';\ usually\ the mecca of you-pickers from heaters in a greenhouse malfunctioned.

'' .'4 :I ,. acres of Sequoia and Douglas plants make \Jacksonville Gainesville and South Eighty percent of all cactii were also lost.
1P t1 1 him the largest,1 grower in the county, Georgia his Sequoia plants look"sick,
: says turns out as bad
fl r If this year's berry
.i tll. :: crop
fl' .1' still '
1 'thinks it's too soon to assess permanent sick,sick, and he doubts they can recover it further reduce the '
Reassess damage although f the heaviest he has: sufficiently to produce berries. He still has as now projected may
', handful of growers who now carry on a
everexperleprjgrowingsevera, for the bushes, "
v* some slight hope Douglas tradition that started in Bradford County
>
'll lumber oft] ;o anwx.Go>tals Since the freetf also knocked out berries but within if they the next,don't few show weeks signs he might of recovery decideto more than a hundred years ago. .,

,.,, >F>r .:., :.JJ.., ))': fa Plant City;'jOftere they were already be- pull them out of the plastic and plant .
.
,,, ., .r' ". ... .,"c,- '' "", 'hll.. '.....'.._ .._ f I... peak-years' production! prior to
I ." "-1" ..4 r .4II WstUf'he'nty produced as high
: v oGe'Kera rant. a t. w.ijltm44'tn&: t. mat, berries in at K)4tn >lt 'l athirfrom + "(
years a after viftt 0:1 ,.S I wJn ow come t fl 9 a disastrous season. as tf' $r vi WHeWth'receipts' of IJJ'"
;: prediction tht! -$would sdrrffc day oftHe'"Ten 'MlJlf1tl t oJ\t ld.) r.i'. "-Tlme in both ants, which could refill fa..- .. 'N1Ns&1es Report *-#**a" clos i'tflfflJoWddHars.'We'n) at the low 'i( ".
If was time in Florida that appreciated low pricesM'un! sss, scarcity holds the
only after.1's: ) entsome Losses prices then prevailing. With the construe
what General Grant meant.
ground of this nation, and; hen that has been accomplished; it will' Oscar Cartel who''Started 'growing' Roster's Nursery in Starke reports a 40X however, many berry' growers left their :
accumulate wealth than other portion oj the country,'-'- .' winter after to 50% loss of outdoor plants and some loss farms for more profitable work at the
faster, any ; 'I cabbage retiring from berry of 'tender plants in heated greenhouses.Rose ,military camp.: After the war, a few r
: Feb 27,1$7' >years ago, says his 12 ', bushes in containers and citrus trees, returned to their berry fields but most had
NwsYorkTribuneof '
this which
;
.. acre crop'of vegetable wasnearin'g
whictr'were heavy with fruit were also. found better paying jobs, and farm work
maturity, was 98 percent ruined.
'I lost. held little appeal for younger generations
It has been more than a hundred Develop!;;and maintain',a. prospect: Since he figures is demean cost at$400per coming on. Today, only some 15 growers
names the list until acre; this w a loss of $4,800. The horticulture department at Union still strawberries
listand keep the 6n ,, produce commercially,
since this prediction was made, '' ,
'
years I may ,quit (nd start growing :doere Correctional Institution'estimates lossesat .,
is j and a winter like this one might reduce the :
and finally it is well under way to it is obvious that there Bradford fennels," Cartel Bays.S $41.340.: including. all orchid plants number even further. ,;" ,{.
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fulfillment. There is no reason :to hope o>j a prospect coming to; ."- *. .. \,
beingmade Cou.nty:5:; \ f ( k I st j 'JvAflWl! "
believe that the predictions now ; I"

for Florida be fulfilled by the year astounding 2,000 will ,.,:.: I;;.'j; Reportto..the,; Board of''Gdvernorsl': ,', Coiiiiiy. ; Ageiit'l r Notebook: ---Brad by ordCountyAgenti Bobby: Taylor : )I

not likewise meeting contacts with aav F r ,
:
at every any --t."i ('I. '
they may seem. .those formerly on the list and those added I continue to gcalls about>he't';iamac. $ 1' impulse of most gardeners is to get out the Allow enough time for them to revive,

We should be laying how More: is being done than Jt appears", caused to our winter,crops and plants by pruning shears and cut away dead and dy. after warm weather returns. '
therefore to take full advantage'oi ;, a'dJ.osettfu : the noted 1983 Christinas record-breaking Ing leaves and branches. But, this really '1// r \
at.timgs j nt1dqiL.e': ., :.freeieiTb*free .. id extensive damage uj, risn't a good idea. As Both flower buds and sterns ol'a 81eaS. f '
.. tell
f. a rule
; k you can't ,1 "
these predictions of increasing; population : :, 'A'-M. ..",'.. :t 'the ot '' often ",
". c". III.-\4'-.a. ,.' .w I our,winter greonsirycgrass,ornamental*, how muchdamage has been done until suffer cold damage. Bud Injury'will y i :
,, and rapid growth of residentialand /) emb tship-at"latg; l tregwatly': and, even. our str whol.r..t..f, ,, y "'>.."> 'i'-." .plants: l start new growth in the spring.So if be evident if your plants produce few or no '''\'
commercial expansion that seem mentioned you prune immediately after freeze flowers at blooming time. Stem damage "i,
Develop a new'county slogan. Con As I test Week this Is the first
trend toward cut live wood that save will show up later in the spring and early';:
inevitable if the present and time that I haw. seen strawberries! aWl Bimay away doesn't '"
for the best .
contest slogan '
duct a 'summer, when some branches die. That-
to be lost.Also,leaves and branches which"i
sunbelt continues. fected of the
the nation's for the winning entry. so foliage will be the time to rune Just cut out dead
give a $100 prize :
plants was much of the;bud. ojfV G f ; branches *
find
March the Starke-Bradford as you them always -
Last "? By 1984} be; prepared to have a crown of seVly.t'The! was froze!)'.to1'me\ back to live wood: prunIng f' ., ;.
County Chamber of Commerce Chamber booth at the Bradford County regrowth is on sonie plants,'but. bon'tPrune Too Soon.. :
adopted 14 growth and service objectives it is : at this time whether,,, o Low temperatures often:cause'bud'' Injury .,
in an atmosphere of optimism "('. l Ji"air', r U' $ j J the plants will reoover to produceany fruit : and leaf burn on camellias.Damaged '.'
Lest It. 3y the end of 1984,, erect both county this year It will kk. at least 8 to 8 weeksof .9 IV buds will either drop from the plants;or:
and i
hoped-for accomplishment. and time before tins determination can be' have'beers; killed can help protect the rest open only revealing<< brown
we forget, here are some of the more <,and Chamber .signs on SR-16 made. *f Jij..QI: ; :) ,i]>VyTa plant, against further cold injury. But centers.Leaf damage on camellias usually'I. I T
important objectives outlined at that SR 230L This really put atrawberry If you're absolutely! determined to prune' Isn't too much of a problems In most 4asU, ,
growprein !ri
Gover- J a'prepared; provide covers, and as new leaves come out in the sprinSt1.tbe. "
time: Members of the Board'of a dUemma. don't kriow whether to any <
old
other needed protection,.to guard what's frost-burned leaves will just drop off
Provide a professional appearance nors will make,jhemselves available continue'and a r program u,for rVd''pret'insects tUtft of your:plants against the next cold the'plants, ,
i ?
.weeds
;; eswith
and positive' outlook., Support*tbe ,. clubs:; to speak;andtell; theirs members ,:;'jspect for pr u "or whether Jo.makei"9i snap. '. Whatever you do,even lI'yo r1ands ape" ',
secretary in the cleanup, paint+tip twIlattho ChAmbeiS li planrtihgt to"do plans for planting crops like bell pepper Severe cold may kill some of your tenderriaodncapeand ornamentals !''lave already suffered some
campaign of the office. and ask for their club emblems to be on this land 1'plU: .:..tbeykWilkbesr, patio ornamentals all the cold Injury;do not relax your guard. More" :

)>la tt1berJt1g 'Jf"; U checking their ttiI ids dally and delay. the.. way down, to the soil line., But such frigid weather may be be
Erect and/or: repair; ihe'counjty J:. \1- |tacjsion as long i possibfer- 'twelmens ** things like' rubber' plants; prepared to keep.your prized-.plants as,- '
signs at the'county'line ''oh'US-301'flnd: *: U' Adt ltd\tMs\ r t&i-'sched r Ieby Ir! la jj WiflodeAftponS, andpcdnsettlaa-pould sur-r f fIi warm,as possible, each time the.weat 1' 1

SR-100. May 1, 1S83- If the Chamber is to carry Frozen Lan ape !q tthI ; ps-feW you1 by sending up new shoots in the; man predicts frSSoiae tehipersturea'An' t 1
I .. foUIts.pbj; 'there.wW: be' "; ', !When landsc plants re SOOdon't, ive PID then too sooJ). try not to encourage any new. growth,Until ,;...'
Increase ,membership byt20 pe'rcent If rail frost bas "' "! ; < '
I danger past L' l.1
to be converted to two1*; .. $ytMfiyji9e8 ja"d ; l ,,,., ,- 5' !

percent during per 1983 month for the- months,remaining calendar u.system Jalh1.r"jpf dues. and run <' Fo sr'y In radfordi tQ j ri; :J;Y ': ; : 'RCoammniswsi.oJnoehd: : ; 'ii
| ttf.r9\anI f.1.t'\ : ,
(in 1963)f; ; :;,, J pj 'iiU" i J .. JiJ1.tI 1131", ,u 1 ve ; 1J BYDavld.W.NOnon '.. "J' :,: a l nUSN" j \ s\

*Work toward'more involvement'1 of : ForaeraiefAJrTraffic lrolle ( .',,1'<
local officials and -the, 'Communitytoward fftis arbe a e thowtlitrOl 1. Tim Tax fps, : !rn-.J'offering timber foV(; sale,, "bert ,W.rohn.Boftwas comimn at**. S ; i!
a' common goal of improving l I atin L JIII present any,additional dif-. 'td'U'Eltl' ten In Utel1n1tIS1' 'J I
; _aiiJe lfiet:. got1S) many i Iqyea ftparbig+ tax returns.; t I
Navy ,
Bradford County and 'attract"'newbusinesses d recently__ w mon..be14I'at'
other.resolutions it is doubtful that aof 'If you have t ( andfare o (interest'you ihAP' : W A O-.Ma W ; .r. zaK .r
J private,non-indri Hi landowner here Is fit : are accountants ..' ; Ii! '
& i t- on iri*.Otte and '
th. tax specialists '
Have a member,of the ,,Charnpe tmeet' \;!: cote !)ltd.Nrl U ':.0 "11U\tter:.:,bf> fi 4 LtU cOme*' news tax probl.whic< | [may help 6ut>you* h>wt "familiar with this type tax treatment:Theprot'eesIOl UIK Johnson A ,Jacksonville-was native. ENS V t
graduated Amtrow
from
with the City Commission arid and how many, were not tax;specialists,.who may be )
many'were' Johnson tfce1
At4east, ed' t '#> the prqcMdiL, of this treatment do High School and entered _
awre, not deal: with ;
County Commission on regular t asis.*, tl} o es th ''f fib,vwuld'be.e\, t.1 1 ana f 'received! from'al bsr tale ia not taxable ,?,/ii(,this, type treatment .routinely i and E ;may':, Navy in l*. A top oYatad'man,. ne, '". i '
Invite those; two bodies and ,the<< School; J @EtOQe8 (fttt'tlpt 4tlU1 t j '3 bjA utilizing cap going t treatment (Sec' ?'fI-'h wrrequlrg, assistance, personally "taliwd.'tfawn")'', three '' '' (

Board to appoint a member to a'steer., support of the community' be given a 631 (A) Intemae'Jema reuie lode) on timber If you as a timber landowner,and a tax 'the distressed 1.1 COMNAVAIRLANT'clvWen'r'aircraft mild. was' ,
,1JaUor' '
ing committee have meetings to.try new lease on life and become k ,a 1 Wng sveent is taxable and r.would like to receive! more l toforniui'pn '01 the Year'!and\MIl! the onJY.trRf. : I

and find ways to help each other; desirable; set of objectives (M& spnM.Ji ;thendivtdual'a la- Ton: this subject Contact the County, fie controller se4 oRd ,this for, t

'* Have 'Chamber of Commerce new ones added) for the ne\V yea?,1964., .,J".omw..offtce..Best luck.wi,,! all our Cemmisetaning ,. : L J 1.
a Arethere -an ? {Ions on ..capitalr ,future timber sate dealings and espedaUy. 'u. : :.
to and MRtnqualify for SecH '' Income tax r .... Snq..,reurd''Cl'tireanart' ; i
Day According predictions projections gains treatment your. returns t .uJd l.f.:. ; ': '
'* lave the Board of Governors Starke as well as all other lion eel (A) treaf -, \ taxpayer must -_--- llarolct..,J' ',J........ h'I:' '4't

operate, as a task force for (industrial Florida cities 'and, town- have their 'meet th these*Umber four*| Mqmu i a contract: U)rigM Either to- : "= ...m---..:: .......; !j II' '"\\"Ii\<:i"\(( I IW

work cut 'out '"" ,t p 1"' i. ..:..... ''' : .51 t
..I and business) prospects. The chamber a ; 'I.I P j2)< Havetefaeratlei< Sloe owae in \ -: .( ." inp Ar, { ,
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members of the decade al9d a ">> > ; tr. {',
president to'aapotot U -.7V I ....... '" ''i," ',
jrs. l
board to ,smaller tittk. forces 'alongf end of Ute century. (3) Cut theM.EIn b'Naaaa442 Ith fur Electt or .. ) rai..,,_:., _, ,J, ,
his I ] )1.. .. '
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with 'members' of the business com A'Thetime fa ripe to "get with 1C 4 "
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f / ; to have Me cta* CRJb1e
a j >>met "' + +" tdwks' !", ,1\
munity to work: on Industrial pro- there. is. ,no.better time to start ,.! ,. ; as 4t 10quGrements : rat ern, gO ifir i- ..iir. ,"'-, -- -Nds,; p 't''+>w1. "a'r" I I
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i' Joella Crawford, I, and_ .Martin Seay Married: Dec. 10 ,at Church of God fIJ ', .,J Od L

Jolla rif'Staitke'? "' ;" alr1 az Ic Iv-'} '!rJ1' r t: t. 'it h a tI1 fi "" : .1" : .I :'/ /. ; !'

daughter Crawford LTC Mra. James, gnWn/vftth a yVic o iltd 8tflll Aatt\Vi ttng p\If WhIt''t hews Were tied to each corner of S cfjJt; Side'" .
of sand cluster of silt holly In her hair of Illusion and card .the table
Crawford Korea a casca de which was attended by Mrs.J4.T. .
Martin
lIOn of Mr. andMre, Seay Geprne Seay was ringbearer.I f quet of white roses n4r- Kirkland: Jr. Mrs. Tom Poston : '
Dock Of .
Worthington Springs-were united"Seay in ,Th4O.h.; wt\re'. l'r aen +Er' >l bf,tQmothetts ,! ,, ta-tenoll'witlt, lpct p' .iaod Mrs. David Kfrklanrl.Mrs. : ac II'M..I1oj The
cn-th her mother's Bible \tftlcb
!marriage Dec, 10, at 7 in couple. she used at
Church of God with p.m. Starke The bride,given in marriage by her her wedding.A Omlgene Lukatz presided at .
Rev. Walter F. father, reception was held the round coffee table which held a SocfotyEditorv 'F :' \' ,
Monfxperowning the wore..a Victorian-etyiq white in the church ; : .d i\ "iif
nlU'tlals. ,
Fellowship Hall .where! were,:''I l.silver'coffee service surrounded with ,7T '
Highlighting the altar gown of soft satin with high standiip. guests ,
y arch candelabra an4'was standing a brass collar, wide button cuffs with tiny greeted director.by Mrs. Charles M, it aJ,''l vcedar;' holly, ) .\ ,: : 964-7608 ''..; 1. V 'e'ws'lt:: f1 I ?h ,
The
end of white gladiolus, carnations bows of lace and long train accented receiving line In ;' 'j a ,' ''ij t. dr
f n"1118The choir rail held with Victorian lace She wore a small church vestibule consisted bf th-',: -\!isd -- Seay attended the .f.. ',.\ "
bride and groom, their parental) and", b'ride's book ,
table .
garlands of pine and red ribbons. At which was covered -, : ( "
vantage attendants. ,iv'r with a'White' At ; ,f t ,
aide
points were ficus trees and flounce. one werewhite ( ; i g
tree The hall was decorated with ficua '' f tapers fn'silver candle holders SudnntBall and Andrew ) "
candelabras : Strickland ,
standing on the floor trees,. cedars, ferns "J
.,
level of the church.:: Aisle candclabras andpots.pf' I'tId.tI,iurrouiKied.with;i. cedar, silk poinset- '
were accented with, and white poinsettias at;..point*of 1nfl, ", ties and holly A baby picture of the : '" i
boughs
of cedar:: terestThe; tab,etf,;.were ,all l ..coveredlwith dl'idewu, 'wiJlpW8' 2h'urch i;
f"S table red hld.a and white bouquet bows.of The red vestibule; I, white flounces! The bridal' ?table. "*\1 ) on the' f table. + S qt' Madison St. Baptist
roses a was
centered with a four-tiered wedding 111" "
gift bode bride from$ e'groorn"and, cake In solid white topped with'a'' 1"'' ,i ,Thc gift, table was covered with Suzanne; Ball
Renoe of
the book. "" whlteflpunce ,and held white'barning Lawtey, employed at Andrews Drug Store and
, Presenting a program of nuptial bride and groom.On either! side were ..-taper* encircled/ with cedar, sllfc daughter of Charles. Ball.of Lawtey the groom la serving actively in the I
three
branched silver 'candelabras3with *
! music were Tom Poston, organist, poinaettla and,holly. In the center and Mrs. Randy Bass of Jacksonville,; 4.S&ryNational; uard.
''
white ,
Miss Marsenna Brantley, soloist, Mr J.C.taperCutting isake,. it,,Mt6re" fcd! ,satin. roses holding bird .became the bride 'of Ira Andrew '
Batten
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were
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Daniel Martin, ,;seds, ,, made,, Strickland, son of Townsend:
pianist and Miss. Brantley.. Miss Betty Ann Crawford: "''S by the bride's grand- Strickland Lake ,
Kingsley and Mrs.
Cathy Martin,f Wther.Mrs,. Nelson
Moore
and
Mr. ,Paul McKlnney and Daniel Martin.:. Gayle Hurst of Melrose on Dec.25 at 2p.m. TT !
Seay attended his,son ad best Miss Cathy i Martin presided at'the'Illoom's 'tWeera-YOU witiuThe table corners at -Madison .Street Baptist ,
man. Ued
Randy Crawford was Li.t and white
an'L'iher
; 'cake table bowsa
bntit
which was Church with Rev. Robert,Gluts
MrsJ+,,Renee Zack served as matron .centered with, per.
an of the
arrangement forming nuptials
of honor. She<< wore a long''Victorian- cedar.: holly, silk ,poinsettias. and"1white t I l { I ; .
style gown of ruby red with lace inserted tit .tapers In a silver'candelabra".j Kti i ,' .( ,V .f f '
a' fwe Decorating the church were"arrangements ,,
in the neckline; wide lace quffsand Following d ll'trip to St.
'flanked
with a groom's cake,and with ,
ruffled skirt, She wore a wreathof (o APgustine .Beach the couple Is of poinsettias, and _
"ft ball and chain; blDy lack: end t t
; toy .
holly berries and ribbon In her hair canS'tled'on' 'residing ii? Wprthlngton Springs. greenery.
truck '
and carried a brandy snifter with bur dished held Christina it:. $ilvers'I d/ i, ,"B I i Randy: ,..Andrews was best, man and"Tina
Sd'1IdI'
holly white:candle surrounded ';iwith delicules, 'L I Bowen was bridal attendant.
and green ribbon streamers. The food table was centered with an,'i xFt':! Busses Michelle Poston and CorinnaLukat arrangement of pine,white pompoms, 'I Bradford High School andacurrently' bet father.Th Starke.
;; *, 'attended as attendants land white burning tapers. Christmastrees' employed by Blue Cross and Blue > cquple"w'.restdlng'in
were attired identical. to, the honor at : were' garnished 'with' olives,". -!',ShteM of Jacksonville.. The groom is a''' 'They are both 1983 graduates of Bra*
Mi1+
. ?:ror .' HigV: '$Chool. 'The bride la ,and ftlrs.Andrew Strickland
tendant. tomatoes and cheeses, Silver'trays'1 :\,,1982: graduate!. of the Bradford School '
,:' Georgia Seay served. ,as flower,girl. Mr Cad Mrs.Martin Seay held finger: foods.'''Iluge, greef JIlli11'"'','system. ''.";' IP;I ;1:1 : ,
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Lisa Stitt:. ,and. .q Vjckery; Married: i 'D:<8C. 17. :,at Silver',Lake -: '. '.
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1'1, Mr.. and Mrs. -Wayne.Mundorff f of''ii It: ;IMfss!CarriBighemith wad attendant 'lace'and sheer! at the top,long sleeves ,a .wedding, ..c'ake. ,made''' by.' Lucille
Keystone Heights announce the ma* i(. and worea burgundy gown with!,.' and full skirt with white lace on the Vickery-, ;
Ilr riage'.of her daughter,) Miss Usa'faDawn :!'Iwo rows!of.whit. ruffles around the'; f:: medium train. Her", made by both Following the'receptioathe, bride
r Stitt, whose lather,is' WiinamV's ibottonu ''She. ,carried a bouquet of parents: f-waa net decorated:\ with lace,' and groom accompanied by the maid
U. Stitt of Panama) City Beech-;.:,burgundy i i and, pink, .flowers; aid) 'i pearls and, HowersJ She'*carried a 'of honor and groomsman ,went to
\ David Lester VIctery;;aon'ot Mr.1.and 'i fcbaby's breath: Hti\\t' large bouqiuft'of' burgundy and pink Orange Park where they dined at Red
,Mrs.'Edwin Vlckery' of Stark. .' ftavCatherinei.yickery, niece of the -flowers. fern and baby's breath. Lobster. Upon their'return they are '
Rev:, Earl., K.. Pettlbonei' Sr. per. .$1 room,was flower girl and her escort A. reception was also held at the, residing at 639 E. Laura Street,
L formed the nuptials on Saturday Dec! was Chris Stitt,nephew of the bride.' Christmas' : home whtte.1'the'.bride's Starke. '
17,.at 2 p.m..at the home$of Mraaad,?"., Given ,in ,.marriage by ,her: step parents greeted the guests at the The'bride Is'a soniora'at.Bradtord.: j
Mrs. /James Christmas,'onSilver I / ?, *father, :wa'Q.Mundotf, ; "the bride door. Robin Yeager"kept the guest High School and will graduate in'
1 Lake, Keystone Heights.. vrf' ,..wore!'! a whit.w, !dding gown "bookj- '; :June. The groom is employed :

i : ;.,the The fireplace ceremony which'took wasflanked place imtt ont'of by.,"f:fI\'.!tuc :,>Vickery..; and !. eawith, --': The... .bride's, table was, 'centered-' with.!. '' Thomas Auto Pants.il5. .; "

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i :, '1'.JJlt. !' ,down bridesmaids: a staircase: and,,;that flower'girt'cameae,wa decorated ; ;' :' :' 1 ,RON I DINSURANCE. r.-? '

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In and white 1.8. '
hoUy ribbon.'
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.. ) ."!",'. ..t f,f .. 'I ,.Larry Saucer attended as}best ma'n.. ;, : yS! \V:\ Repreentng'/ fruAfftHome4 */ I .
.i"" Mike Bruncttl. served-as listen and, ,. I
Quintin Chum, ,,of the groom/ '
}t';' I.t" :t. !,r nephew Auto Ltfe' 'Mobile Homo
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: \ ." ,, (f was ring bearer. i "
. f' '; ,(I ,. .4 Miss r1izabeth.Stitt.; .of Keystone-1 .
Heights attended her sister as maid of. .
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. : j'. .t'd 964-7071
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.r "' ., '/ '" honor. She wore,a J\II'g dy'gewm' ; S
wlth White ruffles arounq the bottom, -, ,

,,.,', ./".\,'f.' r t v ,}Y ,ail .and and,pink carried flowers a bouquet and baby's'-btergundy breath '2117.N.T; mple v:U.S. 301 K.. Starke'.

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Melinda Dobbs and William Gatlin Jr. Married Nov. 25, in Jacksonville

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Dobbs of dant. They were attired alike in blue the bride wore a white organza bridal with blue roses which set on top of a 1rl
Lawtey and William.Russell Gatlin, organdy gowns with Queen Anne featuring a empire waistline, running fountain of blue water.
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William neckline and empire waist with full Queen Anne neckline, full bishop Greenery and white carnations en-
Russell Gatlin Sr. of Starke, were length sash that draped the back. A sleeves and full chapel train, all had circled the cake. Claudia Carr and
united in marrrage Nov. 25, at 8 p.m. blue orchid and baby's breath cor- white chantilly type lace with appli Shirley Noles cut the cake.
in Cedar Creek Baptist Church, sage was pinned to the bow at the ques on the bodice. She wore a headpiece The punch table held the groom's r
Jacksonville, with Rev. Perry back of the dress. The gowns also had of matching chantllly lace with red velvet cake, assorted cheeses '
Medlock performing the nuptials. puffed sleeves. In their hair were seed pearls and lace veiling. She carried finger sandwiches, hot sausages'
On the altar were two candelabras bands covered with small white orchids a white lace fan' covered with vegetable tray and dip.
: draped with fern, white carnations, and baby's breath with blue white lilgof-the-valley, and roses and Assisting were Anne Cannon, Bar:
I orchids, baby's breath white bows streamers tied with love knots. They centered with a orchid with white silk bara Underhill and Carol Carr. Stacy
and streamers of white silk tied in carried blue and white orchids and streamers tied with love knots.A Carr kept the bride's book.
love knots. The pews were marked roses with long stems and blue silk reception was held at the church Following a wedding St. I "" "
: with white silk ribbons and baby's ribbons to match their dresses. reception hall where the bride and,, Augustine Beach, the cooupple are .." :11- I
J breath Dawn Coffee was flower girl and groom and their parents stood in the residing .at Mimosa Manor Trailer .. <<.. .-
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I of nuptial music. med with white lace and wore flowerson The tables were covered in blue The bride is a 1982 graduate of to"''' J ', '
Steve McMahan attended as best her head, the same as the atten- organdy to ,match the attendants Bradford High School and Is currently .....
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man. Ushers were Danny Dobbs and dants. She carried a basket of white dresses and all held candelabras employed by Blue Cross and Blue : ;.I... ..
Scott Noles, brother and cousin of the and blue petals with white silk ribbon draped with blue and white silk Shield of Jacskonville. The groom is a .. c(" ,-, -.-
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I Miss Ella Mann served as maid of ring-bearer. The bride's table was centered with! system:

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the setting for the Dec. 17, 6 p.m.wed- Bruce Roy and Steve Shipman, the ried nosegay arrangements of hall of the church. The reception was Fagan's Land ( :,,
ding uniting Renee Lyn Shipman of bride's cousin, of Gainesville. Christmas red and white carnationswith .directed by Mrs. Pam Johns; cake I
Gainesville, daughter of LCDR and Bridal attendants were Rhonda Sue green holly. servers were Mrs. Cinda Stern and Clay Dirt Sand and : :t,... .
I Mrs. Wayne T. Shipman of Ponte Shipman, sister of the bride, of The bride, given in marriage by her Mrs. Rhonda Crawford; Mrs. Ina ,
Vedra Beach former'' Starke Gainesville. Kathy Vail of Graceville father, wore a wedding gown of white Mott and Ms. Sherra Mott served the BulldozingBackHoe .
residents, to Thomas James Sears of and Gina Lane of Starke. They wore chiffon and chantilly lace with ruffle punch. Work
Gainesville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy strapless green irridescent taffeta ,neck, puffed sleeves, fitted bodice The bride, a 1982 graduate of Bradford .
Sears of Lake Worth. long gowns with elbow length puff with seed pearls, long chiffon skirt, High School, works at the Road Grader Work ,
Rev Raymond Vail performed the .sleeves. The maid of honor wore a lace apron in front and cascaded Intoa Veterans Administration Hospital In
.nuptials and Gerald. Holmes of matching headpiece of green taffeta chapel train. She wore a hat with Gainesville. The groom Is attending
Jacksonville was soloist. with seed pearls with blusher and the seed pearls and blusher with one side Santa Fe Community College and is Keystone Heights, Florida
Doug Sears of Stuart, Fla. attended attendants wore red and white carna- raised with silk lily-of-the-valley attachments working at CJ's Restaurant.
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the Woman's Club of Starke, to be ; e.w tloono. e a, awd.rw.Nlo -1/130 TQ 3IS9S
held at the clubhouse. y1 N, Vacuum OMMT too* CuMrymy 17.N b M.O6 WER! 10.11
several characters from WOOd H *PIPBW* slaw COdoy
Presenting : 8M O.enuringMd| .DuMpMt MEN'8,WOMlN'S MelaON WATCHES QUILT FLANNEL*11981*
the life of Mrs. Poet, whose very Color drip dry iMnein I PH, lo.alb.tray. Choow LCD.m.cn.nlc l a quails hWIWn Boy.'pull an.d payoonon
name became synonymous with proper S eat tan PtiotoeutM *4 at.OwanMr pUwtio wtl.n.s k oknaN a .nvelay o...., e.ayt n colavNI pMMN.XL
manners,Mrs. Conner will utilize f
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newspaper column,plus radio L_
appearances, ultimately becomingthe ?_ '_._ iw1J i-i ; .
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protocol In the nation's capitol. Mrs. Marion Conner 2 UU cHwsnupoeis YOUR oic! Ou'PO2R' ia." '. '83YOUR 29 ATHENUMSLRS
Mrs. Conner whose ,book portrayals OA WERE1 V ws.ea 'CHOICE. WER8UPTO1,1TOPULARSOItD r yye,{!'ro'ae .
and mono-dramas are famous OIPT WRAP PAPER OR PENS ACTION 4 PK. 3 LB.TASLET$, TP OK TrwtiMr ears W5R5 e.T7 27 LAO *-COROUAOYSPorytaxion
from Canada to Miami will be mak- BAMBOO ASSORTMENT aJipoW bMat W. UOKHMJIBS: ens pets ar wa
ing her first appearance in this area. sure to be at a premium so ladies, bring rYOV strata N rapplng p.p.r. CnxMmeSO. 7lf or p.J? =. a P.aNOlrlt Pay e.1/aR Hrld WR! aYTT.2s. pwiM wMd pocMM corduroy 7,19.WMhW .
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your hats and gloves out of the LtambooeoMMnarptacMMM. ,?*. 100 WNta Slock up Showroom tnyl end ,
Well-known In cultural arts In kalyvet..Mr B817T,,,,|
Jacksonville' she is a graduate of cedar closets, and join us at the
Florida Southern College, and has Woman's Club of Starke on Thursday
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furthered her dramatic training at, Jan. 19. .:,; jtIPACK rs
Northwestern University and in New As seating is limited reservationsmust
York City. be made in advance. Tickets at
The monodrama, not to be missed member are available from any
Itself will be followed by a brunch, to the Woman's Club, or by *
be served at.11 a.m. Tickets for this telephone from Mrs. W.H Thomson
delightful combination of stellar per, 964-7806; Mrs. D.W.Whlffen, 964-6818. ,
formance, and, delectable food are or Mrs. L.T, Young 864-7528.

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Mr. and Mrs. ?at.or H.M)4 ShouWcrt 'eo "! .
Dec. 28-Jan. 2. They enjoyed New spent Saturday at Daytona. and St. CondlUonlna SlMMpo: *T M.WEM11. ?. YOUM cs10ICa 1.44 as % Y,,, WnaT,a wanrslr, l salt

Tenn.Years Day sightseeing in Gatlinburg, Augustine. "; S.o.$a'tvatit Goad b.odaad e: w rt 1JH iTtOit LNNR BUi BIB, H"rtW OARMN HOSHfcjjj INMNE wOslS.M..Br. tAYh!S".ak.ln.
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Orchestra concert Saturday night. Mrs.Barrosse Linda Newman and sister Eva' When it comes to priCO we kid around

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Gene Long and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mrs W.H. Thomson. Miss Lillian Con"\. \.. :Ii "
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Curria to Frank Vincent In Lake City the weekend with Mr.and Mrs Fred', .3I2W;VMa4feon! 8iv ., I

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L.arry'Waipe'of Tampa will",+'.' dod on Sunday, Jan. 22 at. 3 p.m. presided at the silver tea service at by special invitation, the many
be guest speaker at Union Primitive",Eide*' G. Cohen, pastor. one end of the table and Mrs. Donald Friends and, Neighbors of the Bradford "
F1L' The :youth department of Mt. Baptist Church on Thursday and Fri. i Thornton and Mrs. Drew Reddish County area to come by and visit
Calvary Baptist Church will be In day Jan. lZ. 13 at 7 p.m. > poured punch from a crystal bowl at the church. o
charge at the 11 o'clock Sunday ser Elder J.A. Langhara of Winston'' Mef):hodlst. Women the other end of the table Each Sunday will bring you closerto

,t .1. vice. Youth from other churches are Salem N.C. will be, guest speaker '. 'Honor New Members, The,18 new members Include: Nan- a"little Church serving a Big God"
Invited to attend. Jan. 27, 24 at.7 p.m. and on Sunday,!..: : cy Frey, Alice Oswald Betty when you visit us.Come by and be our ;
On Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. the morning Jan. 29, at 10:30 a.m. Elder United Methodist Women 'held a 'Hca verier. Ada Roberson Wilma guest. '
Rev. Robinson of Jacksonville, will Varn Marshall of Hahira Ga. will be l.Ii'-,,pledge service and tea Sunday afternoon King Barbara Ross Sharon Gaines, .; .' 'I' ,c': .L .J v.
present a service. Rev. Robinson Is ; ,/ .'
a .
guest speaker ., ,4 from 3 to":30 p.m.honoring) the Joan'Agin, Norma Martin, Joyce
.
t ,I':. "T-- ; young minister from Bradford County j, Union Primitive Baptist Church .is: .w' new Imembers of 1983. Suggs Lynn Foster Seleeta Brown
.' / and the public is invited to attend. located on C-233. or Morgan Road "Short. ; long life" .
'' 1V6 This pledge service and program Linda Alday;Carolyn: Folsom,Debbie supper :
T EasUs ', )
; !( Bradley > Rev. Jenkins
? A. pastor. miles west,of Hwy 16. Elder James'Land. 'Serbianprov.rb .
held Andrea Carmen ,
I was in' the sanctuary with Purvis Waterhouse
.' ( ,; '' .' 'f .t !'t'1' I 1 ,,
I. : ': .,' ,':,Y, r"<'t,> members of the UMW taking part. Eaves and Debbie Forman: :
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.. .Hop. Baptist ChurchW.Icom.s :' fir ':siI/

New Pastor '

AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE
'The Pulpit Committee of Hope Baptist
Church In Theressa presented
Reverend Eustls L. Bradley to the
congregation as their new pastor Sun. '
,day Dec. 18. January SaVings
e Born and raised in Baker County
;& Rev. Bradley was 'called to tile .
ministry approximately 12 years ago
after which he attended and
graduated from the Baptist Bible Institute !TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE TERRIFIC STOREWIDE VALUES'''

in Graceville Fla., with a THRU SAT. JAM., 1flth. '
Theological diploma. He has servedas ,
pastor in several churches in the
Jacksonville and Gainesville areas. e

toTbe hardest used thing to after for Rev moving Bradley to What to do?

Keystone with wife Marilyn
daughter Tanya Michelle 12, and AskyourEckerdPharmacist.

G.l': son, Douglas Lane 15. Is the sand."It )
sticks everything' Rev. Bradleysaid.
.. Your Ectord Pharmacist Is concerned Y I r ,
The new pastor said that his hope about your family's health and wellness p.

for the new year Is that he may be In-,, }
; strumental touching people lives : ,
In the community through the church S .5 : : gcllaI:
r: and plete letting leadership.the Holy Spirit have com Ad !.L:

that Hope Church will DIAL
;become a social ministering station BAYER' '
) 'and' concentrate .on salvation of ASPIRINMTTUOP9OQ ASPIRIN ZEST or IRISH smm

.. .:everybody, po matter'.who"they are," ,SOTTIS tOO, ULTRA BRITE COKE DIET COKE BATH-SIZE SOAP
he added.. ,
;.:-!'My family'and.I are excited about 1 39 TOOTHPASTE or SPRITE' q.er.ceas-0se.a
the new pastorate at Hope Church and fir
are looking forward to getting to know; 1 2i8se
:'as many members of the'community 1-19 992

; ", as possible, ," Rev Bradley,said.
rt
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'1 Did., You 'KnOW..1.. ..... .
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VIDAL
'i r ft!*,Mr/-' and Mrs. J.H. DuPre visited TWIN BLADE u CURLING BRUSHCARTRIDGES

Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Mcintyre in Ponte 'naceora ,?IRON ,
Vedra on Sunday ,,, '
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MSaore 'rvslworeve'
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159 BEVELED-EDCS e..icevouaarous
t Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carroll of Meigs t 5-SHELP! wrmsiNKMiKISATS
DOOR MIRROR
Ga.were Friday visitors of Mrs.John PUASTJCE1FACERE OPFCR*'
Umlt.1 1t
L pack S4"
'W,Griffin. O.14.M 7.88 ,Saw rK.
'J\ -'''' ? Compare to Atra, irr a s ,::/.Gina Rasnick, daughter!of Mr. and ,Limit 2 packs 7q .....211." : 1177 2.CO.M..1ft ,

Mrs.Charles Rasnick of Starke'is a,, ',..., 999 : 5.88 =-

member of the Harding University A fj. ," ,1 ,,: ..Dual! heat controls.
MG111 'that .UWkVa" '" : l'l" '.... \: ',. ,,,.S;,}, ,
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two-da? in '
Make
r 'J' a stopover IItAIAle"rsiT SHEi.F''" PARSONS, 10-CUP
Abilene to participate in the annual awoQ. CONDITIONER ;
.. Christian College Choral Festival. is-oz. StKIL TABLE COFFEEMAKER
s. Rasnick .is.a. junior: majoring in "m 99 r 7 3 3SHELVING ........ #"'-101 '
psychology. aee.2eN a FOR7 /

Umrc 2 r 9 2988 ;
Mr/ and Mrs. Warren Winkler helda UmR 7 awes 117
family dinner on Sunday at their BreWs 2
home on E. Call Street to celebrate to 10 ClJpS. ,
the birthday of her mother, Mrs. L.S.
Williams.Helping to celebrate the oc
",
I BRACK'S COTT
Mr.' Martin .MAYBELLINE
casion were and Mrs. Ken < .
. and daughter Jan Mr.and Mrs.Jack TRI-ACTING z EXPERT EYESSHADOW = CUPID: HEART LUNCH
r Jones,and duiny Dean;all of L POPS TOTE
Jacksonville, Mrs Randy Pass and' SYRUP or ''. ....,5... CPX AM/FM STEREO
children. Nicholas and Ashley, Mr. -ox., LINER PENCIL ,. RADIO '

t Scotty and Mrs.and'James Michael.Williams Mr: ana and sons Mrs., 1 09! FIC6q V04MCHOKS ,.il..9;". 9"Removable W WWI 2130 MUtOPHONIS '
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Roger Williams and daughters,Bren.da t ....'..ft. ,
/ t ,'.. ,'and Suzanne .Mrs.\ Bill Adams Compare to food tray.
.1.-.Wade'. Winkler. and Miss, Tammy' Triamlnlc. :. '. LlFieSAVERs'e 1488
1 i
.o'Baldree. .' VALENTINE. %" X 50' 2-PLY Comes witH metal _
{Ii;"fW\> \?* r. .
VINYL GARDEN belt clips carry case.
BOtH
'Chrisandra'Louise' Hamilton ,
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1 ;t: ; daughter of Mr; and Mrs: trie John .': AAPRI if '-LU 'HOSE -:=
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: Hampton\ ;,Sr. pf Lawtey completed ,. N5e1 ,
r ',l her studies at Santa,Fe Community SUDAFEDDBCONCeSTANT. \FACIAL '' 1 : ell sN ClAN PRIX AM/FM' PORTABLE: ,
.;;' "; '.College Dec 16., receiving an A.A. SCRUB I; CASSETTE
; enrolled' in FS U I' 4-OZ. .
i Shells ,
degree. : now RECORDER
14TAMCT9 .::: '
.. ,', Nursing Program Tallahassee.-- I 'ME'Y S N70ax

t:'.: ,;1t., -. I ,. 359Urrttl ', ,.. COILF STP GAS e.e.sao:
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Sr. ....
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to..: Friends of Mrs;William :.rPetersofrf&KKlngsley "j + aw TREATMENT .888 '
>/ Lake will regret to hear her' Umit1 : s-ox. a.o.1. e .
WITH SHCIM.
TT\ ? Hall of Sterl- 97
5 mother Mrs. Cassana nun Off'" conde'innsermike.

o., t".Ing'\ ,: Colo...died','on'. D c.,; 22.: .Mrs. : I t 8 9e .
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':: their sons'Joe and Charles Peters of ,
attended the funeral In Sterl SAXON. CUIIITY
: .f:;'Atlanta EPSOM .3S' =
.,' '''.Ing and remained,there for a week. ,AFTER 'e SU' ON SPARTUS

; '"Pifrt. Bobbie Shafer and Mrs. Joe SALT.saa rU 7.S-OZ.SHAVE, ? : ,,.ACx'ar SHIRTS' "ss.N S-SUBJECt... COMET LED'e

}' .Cissy visited Mrs. Ogden Bates In KM. t awls WIREBOUND ALARM". '
Riverside Hospital.on;punday. 99 c NQTEgOOKrr1rt1
:; ,.:$. ';,:. :.: 229Umit 'j''i9' 1SOSKSITSCRUNCHN j
vaCrabam,: Rain. Mrs:, Mary 'Ann Umlt" ....1.,. m .. ,88 r .. ..
and ..Mrs/.t Jill Powell 'and 'i! !4;2 : ';:;.t' ,:':
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l baby of Chle and were last Wednes- rurrlac swassa Tasu aTr;. '189 ,

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if 1:,',P"I'I1&IIId,.ppIe asp,lot ear!.bus SUNGLASSES e, fucHoriBONNEAU ,

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Page sA TELEGRAPH. i January\ 12, 11M



If ,,,,.) :
I l' coldanapl
Brooker"INews"; '. Joyed the and to hear of the deathof repaired. The unexperf ed '
,
/ president; Sabrina Starling,"Mission display festive look1 It' We were uorry played havoc wICi wWer pipes allover
Leader Black added to the town. Next fellows Wanda Dees Goode of Haines City.
Study ; Amy year, town, including the t Urwn water
by C.E."Sue"Davis' ", Purpose'of the work-day Is to move Support Leader; and Jenny Sue Countryman let's do something about the main Friends will remember her as the works where the fefiow.Md\to heat
phone 485-1344 fencing from the City Park to the ball Mission Action Leader. street through town,Okay? daughter of Carnetta Barry and the .the:pipes for the town to have;water.
field and complete the<< painting of the Mrs. Inus Bazar was overnight late Colman Dees.
; Jack of Graham
Lefevees ,flew
BAA Personals,.... SuePavisVisited out
Work-day concession'stand.. guest of her brother Claude Prescott, Mrs. Et1eRuss and f sunshine of
a warm TJmpa: to
Sat.. Jan. 14 J BAA will hold Its annual organizational Mrs. Lydia Crosby had as an over on Friday before Christmas. Mr.' :Lela Mae Russ'In the visa' With relatives and friends and
meeting Thursday night, Jan. Christmas Eve, the two loaded the hospital ,ai Apopka recently. Mrs.
Brooker night guest last Thursday ner niece! up also went on to one of the cottages! in
Athletic. Association will y: 19, beginning at 7:30: at the BES Mrs. Mary Whitson of Jacksonville.While car and headed down to the Lake Russ is much better; and is residing In Ind. where the weather
hold a workday,Saturday Jan. M,. building. President Jake Keene asks here, they visited Mrs.'Martha Padgett Estates, a suburb of Lake, a. convalescent home near her Indianapolis to 20 degrees below and chill
beginning at 8 ..m. at the Brooker that board members meet at 8:30 Hess and Mrs. Nona Mann. O'Lakes to the Tony Prescott home daughter, Billy Ann Friends will dipped factor of 50 below. The V.L. a Mass
Elem; School ball field.Lawtey ., p.m., before the regular ''meeting. We are happy to report that. Ruth for a meeting of the clan Christmas{ ,,remember!; Mrs. Russ as the wife of .tngale.f amily accompanied Jack back
BAA will discuss new board membersfor Mizelle Ishome, after a bout with: the. day.This dinner was held at the home, the, late Buddy Russ. to Graham,by car through the Smoky'
the upcoming year and other mat- flu and was a patient in the I North. of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hunter in )tr, and.JMrs.. :Tony Stalnaker andson Mountains. Since Graham\ana(
ters to association. Lutz. Mrs.Bazar remained until after headed out to her ,
pertaining the Florida Regional Hospital In Phillip, Brooker had not had cold weather,:
News .Everyone Is invited. Gainesville during the holidays; Also, New Year before returning home to mothers Mrs. Grinner's In Safety until''Jack';arrived back any Graham '
,
,
; Jacksonville. Claude returned home Harbor for the holidays: Leaving no
Acteen Officers Elected.... during the holidays, their daughter,' 'someone remarked he rented a trailer, ,*
Lucretia from Miami, was home for' on Monday.Visitors heat on while they were gone proved '
hitch and brought it all back with him ; -)
;
at the Sam Crutchfield disastrous for the Stalnakers upon ; < ;
The Acteens meet at the New River several days. Is ,
by EUlabeth'TerryphOD'18233G home over the weekend were Mr.and returning home to find' their home! Alt we have to say Jack, pleas remain -\: ,
Baptist Church 'each Wednesday We wish to thank Gene Melvin, Joe1Tollison ; In. Florida during the winter .,':,
Mrs. Mike Seaton and ,Wesleyand flooded from busted water pipes that
son
evening at 7 p.m. ( and pavid PrescOtt for .,months. The George Jackman ,<
family .;:,;
Personals:.... During the last meeting, quarterly decorating the town water tower for daughter, Missey, from Lex- were overhead In their horn; The of Grecncastle, Ind. were also recent', &;
officers elected to serve for the first the holidays. The lights) were ington, Ky. and Greg Crutchfieldfrom family Is residing with the\\ IC.J. 'of Lefeeves '
Friends of Cecil Hardee regret to three months were Jeanna Andrews!! beautiful and the townspeople en-_ Lake Placid. Stalnakers while their. home la being ,guest: the, family.< -
learn that he is a patient In North
Florida Regional Hospital,
Gainesville. Our prayers are with ,

him.Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter ;ii"

Nancy and their mother, Mrs.Hester CASH :
Hicks, visited her brother-in-law and ifCHIClKEN ,
slater, Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan in ,
Jacksonville on Monday.
Friends of Reggie Norman of
Ichtucknee Springs and eon of Mr. THE 6.50Z CAN !
and Mrs.Truman Norman is a patientIn OF SEA S
North Florida Regional Hospital,
Gainesville. We are happy to report CHff LIGHT
'
that his father, Truman Norman, is' '
lots better.Our prayers are with them '' '' '

all.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Spaulding' 'of' TUNA i.nONUS".BOY '

Jacksonville were Monday dinner -(' I
guests of their brother and sister-in- .
law,Mr. and Mrs. Les McCtellan. .
Mr. and Mrs. J.E.Mclver of Ocala IN WATER OR OIL
visited their sister,Mrs.. Wilma WainWright -
,on Friday. LIMIT-1: Wmj-l/ A $7. O OR MORE FOOD ORDER.
Jeffrey.McCtellan of Stark was a' PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., JAN. '
Monday night and Tuesday guest of 12 THRU WED., JAN. 18, 1984.,
his grandparents, Mr. anq Mrs,,Les

McClellan.Mr. and Mrs.. Don. Henry Mo. spent the Christmas RED i'y
holiday season with their mother, e r
Mrs.hassle Reddish,and their son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert McCleflan and son Jeffrey of MK,
Stark. .
Mrs. Vicki Revels and sons DeWltt. son es .
and Brett were Tuesday dinner guests.
of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lea McClellan. a
Mrs. Gladys R. Thompson of
KIssimmee, Mrs. Allene Armstrong ,
and daughter, Mrs.Mac McClellan of ,
Lakeland, spent the weekend with
their sister and'aunt, Mrs. Flouts
Reeler.They came to help their sister
celebrate her 84th birthday.Mrs. r Ar
Sumpter Harley visited her
son and dau ter-In-law and family in .or, e o oMIY
Vensalem Pa..New Years they spent
with June Harley's family in New .re.r .r ,

Jersey.DeWitt and Brett Revels spent Fri _

day with their grandmother, Mrs.
I,Marjorie Reddish, In Starke. _
Mrs.Robert Lee was a supper guestof .
her aunt, Mrs. C.E. Titus of

Hawthorne, Thursday. .,_....-- ..... ,. ','
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COMPARE COMPARE '" 'COMPftRE : w ; -COMPARE I "ran I ?a' "';f)")

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PANTRY PfVDB WeNNnr PIN! IRE8W CANADIAN FTICBn AJICT .' J' iMk.tflk .

FPL Files Petition ,. Facial Tissue. .. t'f.2199' Dog Food, ; ,. d. .', .31 4-* Rutabagas.' ., ., .. .a23'" SUnkistLemons.10 !: .\
With Public Service Comm.
3UBBAQ 8'MTCH..,,5 I otNewcj '

For Emergency Fuel,Hearing Monogram Rice ... 89 Cat Food .,,,(.'.,..of tier, AcornSquash '.. ., -. W3 gPopcoin. .. .." '.its, $* '

'.. .d 8PAM W3NCO .s'' CRISP IBNUfcH '. ... SUNNYDBUQHT. .. '" ', 0 .. ,

costs Citing, increased bigher- electric-projeete demand fuel and oil Luncheon Meat. *. 99 Elbow Ma trona x .,. 44. Carrots .: . \<::a'' 59* SrSSBrinkS58HIVPAC ,I. .. _". rS1 '" .',,

reduced nuclear generation, Florida WHTTEHOUea r < ?e? "- ; Power & Light Company recently Apple JuJca e a ._ 99* Sweetener &.. M $110 ( SlaworSalad. .. 'I.'5ft"V: ,"'
ed a petition with the Public Services GenericPeamrts.Upton ..:. ...... 1"
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BNOWHTfK
fuel heating Company an emergency is seeking -- wienaoNa italianIn 9 1.., $1 isa. .AM.YS Tea Bag( ; ., CT... 'T" MushroomsuouasupERoea :. .: .. ''Uft: *:-iT' SWEBTJIMCY 'a .' ,,a!2
:
an Increase in the fuel recovery Pineapple .' '. .. !' erg'k
cost factor.for the remaining monthsof
the current "levelized'< period, "
which extends through Marc*984. /. ,
'
I "The Company would experience! i J'A M''

substantial under-recovery of fuel expenses ,:.' 'SAVE 60* CASH' :
during'the present six-month', ,1iI1 .
period, October 1963 through March
1984 if it continued to apply thelevenzed = .COCA COLA, YOU PAY"

charge now In effect and 0 DIET COKE, SPRITE, 9'9 = .
previously approved by the Commission -. II TABMEUOYELLO .
,"an FPL official said.,"Revisingthe OR MR. PIBBS Pws .
fuel factor in will of .
mid-period PACK I6oz ,
BTLi! pepoeiT"UMTT o l:
set the under-recoveries and reduce ;'
COUPON PCRITBM. -
interest charges during the future; li n00DTMRUYVfiD.JAN.teL9M. ; r7 q 'd

recovery periods." I;.....rl........ I t v
Fuel oil costs are running $2per.barrel -
higher than were forecast for.

the period. TheBehig/ler.olh:08t8/ ,., ,. ". .... ,... S. -.. 0"'" .. '. ... filrl 'OI,'tft
coupled with the extended repair 'i''" mft' ....\11I ,. ."... '. '" -8AVII.t.oo 't.a
,PANTRY: ....J .
outage of St. Lucie nuclear Unit} No:! SAVE 3Q ,CASH. : '1Im'r'JI. \.815eo. ". i BAMA, .i'UiJAA. .., I, ,PErRI: '3U11iR'1"
through next spring,have significantly PRIDE r '
increased fuel oil needs and costs TOWEL'S' :: WINBS 1 $
N PEPSI;COLA, .YoUP v. 2/99' 4 : 9"9" : 499' :
during the October-March period. :: = .
S WH1WCAMI81v' JELLY .. 'r- .. w : ,

Also adding to the underrecoverieswas S :'MOUI'ITAIl'CDEWPEPSI8ge.' -' ". -..- --_.._ ._...,..-- _. ,. ,,-. J .
bigher-t an-projected: customer E .! RAGill -j. I. ..'.... ac La.. i I IlAW see.. "
usage in October.Kilowatt-hour sales N ''OR7-UP WITH' J 320z POLKA ......,. I RIUKITEWINKS i. 7fOtML >
were up more than.7 percent over pre I TWO LITER COUPON ,8P AOHEirSAUCED D' tiONQ jectIons: UMiT-i "IT1M.' ; $159' r a.
I OOOO THRU WED.,JAN. 18,1004. '.......- ,. if IU 1:' .:, I'. :
In its filling;,the Company recommends I..911110... ... QM.........._=- t ,:" r.m ..r.o- a. '

that the increase be in effect ,. -- .."11R. ... ., ..... .... ,
..... .
for three months beginning January .. ,. ''. 'I.. ?'..,. "" < ........ ,'I1'.y."f,' >i.Of' "" ;'.11
1 1984. However, as an alternative?; ,
tote Company suggested that an' Increase -,,,, Y '"
may: be put into effect for four COMPARE! ", COMPARE; .' 'COMPARE) 6.11 r._, .. .ll s I > ,COMPARE.. ,_, ,
months beginning December 2. Pen- .r-" I' .JOAN .
ding approval of any changes In the IJNIIII.! m.eD AU.'YOM rYNCTA8TB.8UCKDOnHM.VKaPeaches. ;, ...0..Aar. ." : cw.AT'i-'J, ,. '. ii'

fuel which factor method the.PSC"will will be,used.determine'' WyIeN = ,., i ,\J.' ".::tO.. i: I4wa,1 4 h' ,, .. ...Ut" 1 l w ,f I w ",\ PInI!.*.... '1";' ..t; ', : .

.JOAN tY Ni/C' ..... .., "
LaP- .. KCMHIIA.-- -
the Under fuel cost the: January factor would i reVlsI rise d'pl.an'98 per,, Chmpeane: tiLl9f! M -,9i' Wa19e Sa rup .S499., y. ',, O" .f. J... ;,' ,:( ........ ,.DII r ,,,' ,. :.; 4 it'S! ,

1,000 kilowatt hour (KWH) residential UOUKlWOONte I. P. PQIIIIK'1 .. .I._......_..... ...--, .,. ,

bill the*current bringing level the fuel of .factor" to up$from 7.96. ._ vwwrrN 14!S.1'J Jmf: ;. "1.... CMparoci's. T 1'rJf4+ '''', { ; ( .f 'Sa... .Jo\ ; ft.tcllup,1, I.. r io'ii' .' .,.__' .., '

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r ." Church Road and Hurt Kllington how much money is in reserve from Ridge Subdivision off SK-31! and on
Iload will probably be paved before the county's from their share of the Santa Fe Lake almost to 1I4e1to e.
election time this September, if Brad. state gasoline tax.: In adding the three new projecta to
e,: 'fl. Top Grads In HJE Class,of. '39., .. ,.,ford, County Commissioners have Clerk Gib Brown said gasoline tax the priority list, CommlssH-nef
their way. collections are about as usual, mean- Lawrence Mosley said the Eunice
Mn. Williams Kelley of Lawtey, left and
e .f Mr*. Mare Miller Battle, of New York The commissioners are anxious to big some $21,000 per month. Loop Road is one of the most traveledin
were The 2.7 mile of Speedville Road the Road Foreman
member of the flint black graduating class from the begin work en their next paving pro 'county.
cost some 160.000 to Due to increased Crawford aid Eunice' Road causes
former RJE High School In Starke In H39.Mr ject to show Bradford citizens: they pave.
tx *. Kelley, valedictorian has operated'> her own are serious about using the kent per prices,commissioners: guessed his department the most problem of
r;. a business In Lawtey for M yean. Mm Battle gallon gasoline tax to pave new roads. it might cost 2SOooQ to pave Laura most any road In the county '
Church Road, including the building Commissioners with )!r.oadForeman
agreed
.alutatorlan. la a former hostess for the Kennedy Administration Upon discovering Monday afternoon
+ In New York late, that all right of way and of bridges. J.B. Crawford that on the
; ,. .' surveying has been completed on the Other four roads on. the paving next paving project: tbe '
.. \v. Laura Church Road project,commissioners priority list to be presented to DOT of hire the limer ock R auJllClln;Cr'aaWfO< .,.?
; )" ".\'< became even more enthused ficials Jan. 18 are: and commissioners think
I. about proceeding' immediately 'Extension of Bessent Road to meet. money on the Speedvitle! ,Road by'
They'll know, more about a time; Flume Road,about 3/4 mkles. i i hauling the limerock themselves. It. .
table after their annual meeting with Eunice Loop Road, north of had to be stockpiled: ,*aatf nd>> tellina..
the State Department of Transportation : Lawtey. how much was lest in transition said.
,set next Wednesday,Jan. 18.at 9 Forsyth Road; which ,Y's off Crawford, and Commissioner, Maxie
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the Bradford High Auditorium Feb.
BONELESS H for two performances,7 p.m..and 9has
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Chovsee:.eountry_ er"oatnediin.
'chosen Starke tha' year for a
ROUNDT69 .4 -rn recording session of a new record. He
1. works 'with .rrTicketa'coattng'f7.......-.......* .,The Ghost
Riders Band ,
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'. Settles, True Value Hardward.,
STEAK \ BONUS SAVE Si 1.30 .Stump's' Dept. Store Chub's Sport
BUY ,swear, Andrews: Drugs:in Keystone ,
PER POUND PRICES EFFECTIVE T URS., JAN. Heights and Lake Butler.Sears Store,
12 THRU: WED., JAN 18., '984. Sh ord's Station in Lawtey. ,
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Bradford, County, courthouse. from'
county,, ;
anywClerkk.Gib Brown explhtnsthe
county bad an 800 number,but(the .
bill got to 11,000 a month and people
were calling from out of state about
e ri osunv traffic tickets. Soy the 800 number,wascancelled ,
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number substituted .
The toll-free. line'can, be'.used!to
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Bradford High basketballers had an Chandler was also the top Tornadoon BHS 54. Broncos 53 '.f.,,:'
even with week with a 64-53 win over the boards with 11 rebounds. ,
Middleburg last Friday night and a Cooper followed with eight.
BHS overpowered the outclassed
47-41108S to Clay High Tuesday night. John Bryant was the leading scorer. ''
the
Broncos
64-53 with
for Clay with 15 points. Middleburg:
help of double digit scoring by :1:1.
The week put the Tornadoes at 3-4 Score Chandler >wlth 20 points and John 1
Quarters,
By
so far this season while the game David Francis and Herbie Cooper

boosted the Blue Devils record to 4-3. BradfordCloy I t 12 12.41 with 18 points each. I

High 14 12 04 1747GoTornadoes
Daren Chandler shined for the Tor- ., Leading all the way; the Tornado
nadoes in both games, getting 20 five was up 14-7 after the first 1 ,
points against Middleburg and 21 quarter, 29-20 at the half, 49-37 after
points against Clay. Chandler was the third period. and won 94-53.: b
assisted In scoring against Mid- I ,' j

dleburg by John David Francis and Middleburg cut the BHS lead to five : c ) .
Herbie Cooper, each with 18 points. points a couple'of times, but then BHS _
would come back with several ':
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The Tornadoes will be'on the road .
however, increased icreased itse lead : ;
next week starting Friday night, Jan. "
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by only (four points in the second half.
to,
take on eeWlldcem Ten Tuesday ; aTcl rv ........k h,. .. .,. ,' t ,.

night Jan. 17 the Tornadoes willtravei BHS came into the second half with ,If.- i. .. ." .: ,," ,., ,
to Interiachen to take on the several feeds to Daren Chandler for ., .. "

Rams. Junior varsity games begin at 5 back door lay ups after some snappy dr'.t.'i : ....., d ,-."
8:30 and varsity at 8 ball handling and feeds from Robert : I '
p.m. games p.m. ; Bellamy and: John David.Francis., ', ; ... .:: ..: '.;:. : : .' ':,,',' ','..'.. :

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any BHS athlete, brought the partisan
The Tornadoes closed a nine point crowd to its feet with a slam-dunk off
26-17 deficit at the half to within one of a fast break.
points, 29-30, by the end of the third

J quarter against tough, patient Clay Dowq 12 points going into the fourth "

gh. period, the Broncos began to press .
and draw fouls in an attempt to getpossession : '
With less than three minutes to go, N of the ball. Tornado'free
the Tornadoes were still one pomt throw shooting was erratic, but good PAY YOURSELF FIRST
down. They stole the basketball twice enough to hold the Broncos at bay. An .
and but missed the pressured layups irrated Middleburg five and the coach
that would have tied the game. Clay became rough and roudy but the Tornadoes -
remained patient took advl of maintained their composure
Bradford mistakes, got a coupe of for their third regular season.win; WITH A FORTUNE IRA.
baskets and took the game. ,

t A technical was finally called on the
"We Just flat gave it away," said Middleburg coach when he continuedto
Tornado Coach Mike Sexton. "We just try to get a tie ball call switched to Pay Uncle Sam less taxes this year by you begin withdrawing your money at retirement
can't get consistent," Sexton a foul. The official near the play call yourself first with a Fortune Individual Retirement \bu can make!your 1983 IRA deposit up to
lamented. Three different times this ed a Jump ball, but the official across
''Account .April 1 15.1984.:or later if you file tor an extension.
season the BHS five has the floor called foul.
a
put togethertwo
wins but Just can't get the third Leading rebounder for the Tor- From now on.when you prepare your federal With compounded interest:,the value of( your' >
one. nadoes was Cooper with 10.; Francis income tax return, prepare for your retirement at Fortune IRA Increases dramatically. But a delay of. .," 1'
and Chandler each had eight. the same time.With a Fortune! IRA.you can just;one year could {nake a $100,000 difference1-" ", -;

Clay outscored Bradford 17-12 in the Top scorer for; epcoe al 4 /deduct, up to $2.000 (plus $250 for a at retirement So.do it nowl Visit a friendly ,
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final quarter to produce the win, but Adria.;Bus: evwith*& oB'\:':':!r ,i: rk ng| spg se)/ fllyour: Fort1Jna.offJceneary and open your :f'
the baskets came in final minute or I'r: __.n,omee fty" rklng IRAtfidayM"wUm '> i Hw Rauawuli-
two. :: '.A r couples can deduct up to' .J 11'"r fl KT brtiri 'fjffTCf .'!h'" .''IM.
'/I. 1JI, : '$4 000. Wont have ; Mall. coupon to:Fortune Ftdcral IRA Dept;:
taxes ; RO. Box 1 1047.Gainesville,n.32602
Eight points down at the half, the Score By Quarter to Pay any this J w' Phone:3773344I
Tornado five closed to within one amount until .---
point, 29-30. on Tommy Johnson's ..... .MOI'd 14.. ,20 IS M ,.i----------------- ,,
basket from the top of the key in the Mtddl.bur. 07 IS |7 U (3 t' I would like more Information Fortune I
closing seconds of the third period. .. ,t x' : Federal's IRA.Please mall me additional !
Daren Chandler hit three baskets and Bradford High Varsity cheerleaderKim 4'J" I ,e.s Information. '
Robert Bellamy contributed two as Brown glvei all she's got while Bradford: .Homy 2.2.6; r.a nel.: ,, r.. : : Name<\ i
BHS outscored Clay 12-4 in the third cheering on the 'varsity eager 7..-". Norman 1-O-J. Chandler '220. : i
period. against Middleburg last Friday night Cooper .-..". Total. 21-1.-.... .1"< Address
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with 21 points followed by Robert BradfordBellamy .-0-.. Fraud 1-0-2,. Middleburg:Harr.ll" 2.0:4': I:i.lJ .
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Bellamy with eight and Herbie Norman 1-0-2. Chandler 10-1-SI, Cooper 4-0-S Oliver 101 r. .'
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handed Bradford wrestlers their third wrestling. Now we have to execute 100-Mlke q' ? ;
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Hill Irod CrvenribtAlM >
(5)) pinned
loss of the season last ''FA 1 \
Wednesday at good wrestling, commented Sim- '' U
slob ((8) John ," ,GaIIHlSYllI.Om" '
the BHS gym.Tornadoe. pinned HomlHonr r : *
pkins. GUI S r+ e ZZOM.MalnSt. J
Ill-Gary ( ) won by forfeit tlf-Oay
wrestler Anthony Next action for Bradford wrestlersIs Ik a .. '
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,Williams made the fastest pin of the Friday, Jan. 13.at the BHS gym Warner' ((9)) beat Tim Nugent .fIliAnthony f-.J A ,,PtKxwi 377-3344 .
season in the 126-pound class. against Clay High. Wltllanw (S)) pinned Andy tti J
Williams Goff tlS) m-John Walnwrtght' ((5)) fteat 'y9 1 1s
pinned Andy Goff in 15 Along with wrestling will be "
Dan .
seconds. Duffy ISi 140-Chrl Oranad ((8)) a t
theme.
"Rednecking Night" as a .
Fastest pin in BHS history is 11 Included in the evening will be a forfeit 147-Jady Medina ((5)) forfeit
117(5)( ) pinned Tor Robert-
seconds. chicken and chilli dinner for $1, country i f
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oat .TN trasee a beat Irwca rhn
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"They are a state championship music and and
dancing (
contending and square 1401,10741.1. Ire_ ((8)) pinned Andy' .AunwnaUI
program they wrestled door prizes. Roechr 220-Chad 32 offices b\Florida; ___ !_t
a first year program," says BHS, The dinner and dance will Craft (S) pinned feboonet friendly _: ... l
square HWT-Jim McCulter Des.Thoudee .1 A.billion! .dollars in assets. I
wrestling Coach Ezra Simpkins. start at 6:30 p.m. and wrestling will (8))pinned>, s s1

"They looked good and we looked likea start at 7:30 p.m.. . .
first year team." ,I

Simpkins refers to this season as a : fBilYi.a,1 CUP THIS- 000PON 1S.61II..
rebuilding year for Bradford wrestl-
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Bradford High' junior varsity 'the last seconds before the final into the locker room at halftime rallying Keystone team in the remaining
basketballen lost in the last seconds. buzzer to win the game 52-Sl. Kenny Holmes was lead scorer for quarters to take the 57-19
52-81 to Clay High last Tuesday night. Umdina scorer for the Blue Devils the Tornadoes with, IS points. Teammates win.,
The loss put the Baby Tornadoes''at1 As Ken Detwyler witty IS' oint#. """ {"t F 1 '- 'Frank ;Long and Sbaun Keystone forced the Bradfcirdfeam'
3.430 far this season Jackson added another 10 points each into a man-to-man defense In the second -
The Baby Tornadoes are on the ,, Score By Quarter In the effort. half.
road next week starting with a gamein "We got ahead then we got
Macclenny Friday night then one in ', Bradford U '04 20 OS 11 sloppy t commented Junior varsity
: Interlachen Tuesday night. Junior .HIgh '6' 18 r Jll 110 afTAradtot Bradford;, '. 57 basketball Coach John Slater. "The
varsity games begin at 9:30 p.m. and '1 ,"' t' h"j\\((5 Keyston( i '. J: 19" .free throw* ,at; the end trf. fe ball
the varsity at 8 p.m.. rfk.lliLat' d4.eNosr\ 1 t I). ,., ; ; >" t ,;game were criticat" ': x ..7"Everybody !
Kenny Holmes was leading scorerfor 2+4. Long .-..'6. Irown KMO, C. Jackson and Holmes scored 14 played and we got the
the Tornadoes ,in the Clay,game J ck.o* '+2. ,...... 25-0-11, points each to help the Baby Tornadoes : ball down on them well," says Slater.
Mbt + with 18 points. Also in double,wgits '.Jo." handle Keyatone 5749. This Friday the JV plays In Mac.
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t a were Frank Long with 1< points, and .' ; : : Benny ,then Tuesday ptay ;in laterlachen. -
j" ..:, j Bradford took an early 9-& lead in .
Ron Brown with 10. Bradfo *Ji" III G4, t: first then 'controlled-at '' Junior varsity games start''
e < Clay and Bradford battled to a 10-16 p 1 f / "ll","; **"i iI ;, quarter { : 'at 630, p.m. and;varsity-. 8.p.m..
tie at the end of the first period, then MiddlebUrg S3
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qJ1 w the end of the firs); half., Middlcburg took control early in the .
f The Baby Tornadoes rallied in the game with 14-8 lead by .
third quarter to'tie the game up at first period In the Frida ynigh game "
42-43 by the end of the period. ,,; .Then the Baby Tornadoes rallied In ,
Clay ooorM, the winning basket in ,;;' the second quarter to take a 27.181ead
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Four members of, the straWberry,Spoilers.running club ran in the
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Exibition Games Set for BUS Nine... Bring us ,a sample of aTny : obprinted'fromH \I' golden engUh! 'tyl fI hlllUl$.Gilt, ,<. .

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games on tap for January and February. 111111 beat their'price WE WILL GIVE YOU f col.law*hush pt/ppl.,. 1 I.: < "2' ,I'whir.
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Saturday, Jan. 28, will be the SO inning marathon game. Members of the [ : JJJ .b4ta" bok.d.,1.' r..t",. ,! 'li1'''''.' .,
team will get sponsors as in walk-a-thons to play in the game. Funds will be ,9,1. ': .
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First regular season dame will be Feb. 24 at Ocala Vanguard. 'lcffi .t ro-
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i !9fl; i -- ; .nU benXMtijte both \in tho United
1 pieces are on exhibit."Everyone students have to offer. y
Thought for the week.... After only one month of school Smart. \Tt... !: U Invited to go by and Statoi astound the world: The
The fifttf rJlaanleeter.art students view the show The competition %la open to grade 9-12 and
Roach out In love, not In (udp.m.nt.A Laurie Snow became the first are Ubrary until un- Current Events Quiz...
member of the Historical Society to 4 dispjaylnJwrtr ntWcrk at the Brad- tit 8 p.m.on Mondays;and I p.m. Quill and Scroll will be administer winning could mean a scholarship:

Little Late... the'society's all expenses :Cord Cotf ty public Library' now :Tuesdays through' Fridays. Ing( its annual Current Events Quiz to worth SOOO. Deadline for sing up is
paidfpp through.{ unwary. 3*. Approximately Saturday's,hours are from 9 a.nt'to' Tues., Jan. 31,,in Mrs ,
little but here the to Epcot. -- all interested students. This is an opportunity .
It's a late are pic- noon i Take a break and see what the No. 1<<04.. ; ,
tures ,of the Tornadoes-of-the-Month ." I. to test your knowledge of ,
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for Octobers We ran the onesfromSeptember Laurie participates in and does, I .... ... I .
and November', but outstanding work In the BUS p-JJl !if 11m T Fr, ''
somehow missed the ones from Oc; Historical Society. Congratulations .11' :' I
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i We've' taken pictures of them twice. the Month.

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for. 1984 the best it holds as far as : 1r,, '

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Lenore Welty was selected for A BWo'overtime: win'In Keystone1; w.i' ,' : PtekUpYSMrrBag ; : :- 'P ," 0J" /.
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play oft right.,Jan. 3,,then beat ""yk.sv Ji l'' 1 : .
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I a dent successful Government homecoming and contributing Lenore was to gametl'J!l I You Can Stuff in ::21 '


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with Florida Statute., .'NVi of 1E-/4 ot NEVI* 80, "" .NOTICE- i -'.-. ',', Clerk of the Court, Attorney for NOT SO FILED Thlt change ')nclaiilflcotlon

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: ,; enacted by,' the ,1974Florida \f* South Rang 22,,. a" and, .> .TO REGISTERFtCTrriqUSNAME OputyCIrk'INJHECIRCUit ." RED. to a public: hearing to b*
13 >'est '.12122 1(12'' JOHN JONES.. Publication: or this) held, ,
"" tagl.lotura.ThemaiL.Cawy'JV! I run tbncJS.; ; j 4td1J on, Tuesday
:::;;<" I :tIN "' hj AthenerW'Wett\ 350 : .. \ ,Esquire, Of Counsel! Notice hot begun on ., January 31,1981. at 7:00:
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-. .. l'r{ ;.Superintendent, ||; ft(. run $. 50 feet to a Pursuant', to''Section'::11'\ ; i ';: .DUDLEY P, HARDY; P.A. January' 12, C''' January' p.m.In the Council
COURT FOR 19. 1984.
P.O. Drawer 1030
0" of
t beginning.jThpn Room the Stark
Bradford County Schools < polo Oty
; 869.0*f Flotido<; Statutes,,. BRADFORD )UNTYt S'orko. Fl32091'T.lephon.i Personal
K run ;South 100 .. Hall on Thompson Street,
b.ing'm particularly ;1/wOS2tchfll/Ui- hotlc. >Utfh'>rel y give*) ,, FLORIDA ,((904)) .'. j Roprotontatlvo'
THE CIRCUIT, t f et, f W e* fun Eel 200 (' "" ,': In Slarke. Florida. At this
'd.agib.d a. follow:' 1tij that C arlI. Crlbbl..o? 4th: PROBATE DIVISION '964-5701 LESTER A. WfcMMINGStNUCM : .
COURTOF FLORIDA ....J..4 t fee, >nc run'North time 'all persons Intereited
EIGHTH JUDICIAL ..CoiviriMmc: at fhb NW I -:. |! 100 .....;...fth.nc.. run Box 1244,, Storke, Flei., ; "fllie"Number 13-91-0"- .; .t/122tchg: 1/19, Douglas Df.; N. holl be heard

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 'corn.r'of ald.NW'/S' 'of'' IM THE CIRCUni f I.! W... 100 I iqJ leg point of 33091, tote owner th, doing'buslnes.'und.r firm 1 0: r'. 'Dlvl.lon 1-3914 Champlln, Minnesota for or against the pro-'
IN THE CIRCUIT
and. # lad' 53316
NEVi South 1'f & .
OF FLORIDA f: beginning. potal. 01 specified In the
SRAWORDCOUNTY,1FLORIDA COURT $ '
,W..t, along th.W.& *rfy EIGHTH JUDICIAL J ALSO: Commrii: at name of CRISIS WOOOVPRODUCTS.AS18 IN RE: ESTATE OP' COURT FOR Zoning Coda of. Brad
thereof S49.3S 1 Edwards"Road : '':ROBERT THOMAS BRADFORD. COUNTY Attorney for
boundary NE Corner of E'4'Ef ,
Civil Oportm. CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR' 'j J//i J ,fordCounty.
.CAS NO,83-239-CA fall( lee. conc ot*:monument BRADFORD COUNTY .' of SE% of NE%,; SenoV Stark. Florida'' COOPER v.,. ., FLORIDA ; P.r onal t. ? ,. l.M.Colnei, Director
; 'ithhc 1 North FLOIHOAj,: *I'' !' 29. Township; 6.:: South'i; 1 .32091. )lntendt ,to Oeceaaecl', .., PROBATE DIVISION. priontollv: Bradford County Zoning
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fictitious '
ter told Number 83 83CPDlvltlon :
WA'RRENand 8824'Eon 923.16 fat to 22 regl < File JOHN H. JONES Esquire "
BETTY N. Civil 1) Rang Eot. Run W* tV ltchgl/12
Department/
on, Iron pip* for point of 300'1 fat .thence tt mains, under 'jh* \ NOTICE <. .1-3510 ,
CASE run Jf
B3-390-
N0.! p' j !> oforeiald statute Counsel
OP ADMINISTRATIONadmlnUtratlon
beginning. From point of I .
JACKSON S. South 11 13 fet to a point ---
'beginning thu,,,, deserlb-1{ .', \'of beginning.thence .O DATED thit2tsldoy ot' IN RE ESTATE'OfSt DUDLEY P. HARDY P..A. .,.
WARREN, :.d. North 8824'; EVABORRORond run December.? *1W3. .: '-1fh. ''of '\ JMILpREDHEMMINCSEN '".0. Drawer 1030 ,r. '. "
continue di We t 30 1 feet, thence NOTICE ; i
vs.l isJOYCE ALLAN E, BORRQR, ,I i run 1.2/22 ;
SMYTH, Eatt. 153 feet to, an Iron ',. : South SO ft. thence run <:su.; Npd1 1p 1* fIw. estate of ROBERT I lk/o MILDRED G. HEM- Jlark.; Fl J2091
herhuibond >
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D.f ndanf: pip. ;located," on. ,th*' ". I Soil 50 feet.thence run /JN THE CIRCUIT ,THOMAS COOPER., MINGSEN'lco Tal.phon.t: : ((904). JAMES D.'YEAGER ha
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Westerly ..boundary of'th vs-MILTON RACKARD.""' ,''' ..'4 i North 50 fet to- point el /IBRAOItCOUR10i 1' ''d.<*aM ,' StateRood"l4. '. B3-9I-CP. I I. pending In INGSEN o/k/o MILDRED 1/12 aichfl 1/19
NOTICE OF SAiiPURSUANT rlpht- t-way'CI' 'CHRISTINA"NN.r lnnl v .... SPECIAL EXCEPTION for
TO'CHAPTEit { ; .. thence"South RAC :A Ojhl v lfJOHNNkDOWLIHOy'*\;-.-,'r-:"' <1 I TOGE H'WITH A ,p 1.. FLORIDA the Circuit Court for K Deceased. CRAVES NOTICE\ No. 19 for Moton Lodge' ,,

45; )? 21'15'Ja.t.' ,, "alonflilail and \ ., 11: ) 1974 RIDGEWAY MOMIE! / | CIVIL ACTION Bradford CountytiFlorldq :: '' '., .,. .,'1' OF INTENTION to' th* Bradford County'
FLORIDA STATUTi, ,, ,afofold ;.Wetterjy.boundary' 'r!? I HOME. .0.., N.HO 1296. \:NO. 83-301-CA. .. ,'"'ftobar.1 1 DIlIl-' NOTICE. ,. '4\ TO REGISTER Board of Adjustment on
'' .\tt ttan'the address of 1Wq .
184 feet :
\Il rP to on, '' jj'J i'60 long. ;. r' .$- **! ,, FICTITIOUS NAMI property that ,1s|
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\ ID.f.nhnls'h' i ,.
: (19A11 .. [ U ADMINISTRATION
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thence South,7rlWat iJJONIERO. whfch" Bradford County Of .
Iron pipe; ._ i3" f r( 'Dated- January :). 'Inr.lhifnaIaq ?' k' i ..... 'e, classified Open Rural, ',
NOTICI ;is oivetf'rtiaS i it: r: ..n't: NOTICE OP_,(:-j 1,..., ; BIINOA Coursheus.gst rk. '' The admrnltfrotlon-olr/i'-1-r __ Pursuant to Soctionj and described b.lowir200'n250' ,; .
: 3209t; Th.
Florida '
talon Iron p4 j'North' tfrnoit < t OIL' s. eO1MN''I ." out :>f
WI'
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'puriUO'nf to''a' Plnolr r 'I' the of MILDRED Statutes
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and oddrtM .tot. .
I'M' Nddf %1*, I If. '. a.-OF' ,0 and' :Q.H\ nam* or.I01 nolle.. U l Southwest .corner ;ol
'Judgem.At = : > roby glvon
xdpfed'! 3. 11, ; ... HEMMINGSEN.1:d.ces ",.
w1-::: .et. to' faint el. ... .. 1, CPCWTCOUT .5. 'M ft sIJOMER0,1! p*> ,*&t- ,' j"'" that the parcel 0571- oo In Section J
; '' .Junlrary4D.19B1.'y'In' :' ,' ,' ;, .,' \ I ,, n, rwfrsiNOT'itt !,{ : 'tutu and thehs'rsbnnl.rreprli6ntp : .d. I'll. 'NumbirB3JJ3.CP(1.351Q ;; und.rsfgn.dLorreln. .
1''' ,1 l 1g.l' : ; I By Bwlah M. MoodyA -, : P.O. 33, Town.hlp' "S
'Cat Numbw" ataCA, 'U"\1' J'.u! *Champion
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,:,!! < Clark < South; Rang 21 Eat
'of th* Circuit Court'of the:' i' Deputy "- fotth .lr. fh..Circuit Courfv Bo177, Storkft >'
BI1b1MN r ding
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biteaat 1dy south of > .
;vue 22 A '
I .Eighth Judklot Circuit, Iru BMV ''Jan 2'' A' .;"_ 4..1'.. Bradford 32091 tol. owner, doing ,
for County
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The
'' t9' '11I01, a, fr r..t : 'Ail' aANtCTIAGOI .. buln.> und.r the Bradford1'County
and for nYodford County CIRCUIT 'pursuant .O/ 1 fl. r >r All lntritd..'nr.on. Florida' ..probat. Dlv nom
** r l Board .ofwllt.conduct Adu.tmnt., I .
,Florida; Irt'wriltfr MTTY Judgement ,doted, .3, :, '. J"!t : : : ..{(Ike.puked to fMfewiUtr Ion. th.' oddrt ,'of of ABBA DAMA DAWO,, |
/oBiy 4 ;; ERO3E..Id.ncII' ; ,,
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I' N, ,oyBeuhfhM. January.AD.1; 194,.. In', i ( *\ I II WITHIN THREE which to Bradford County' '841.; N. 1'emp" Ay..., : a pubitohears ,
fit\
? WARftEN"d. Citk this court.
0 ; their
JACI< ; 101% ty 'Cos. Nun.r'G3-390-CA, .J H'oftheClreulfCourtofth UnhllOWr\ MONTHS OF THE FIRST Courthouse." Stark; .Stark., FloIdCl3f091.1no. g ot regular 'I "t
#2tehg" #/Z held fIrT_
ar. PlolnllH*and JOYCE ; ,';I TOMKMSTTM YOu ''JCRs NOtiFIElY'r i' :t TIOM' OP TtR31"N01 Florida 3309 .y Thihomet *,, fend to register said Ik meeting .
,j'' 0. SMYTH. I* tl<* D.fn>' -the Eighth Judicial Circuit Ina .' FiCTmOUSHAMi, 'that an'. teflon 'orOHWOIUT10S (1)r( ) tU..t ; .,;., 'owl odds s Rte''taHv.'o1 :itltlou nomo cadet' the day;onuary_ In the'I. 1984 Council,' !, "
: OF MAR- aforesaid statute.DATED ,7:30p.m.:
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danfj r Wlir.'t!?,- 'end foil Bradfspd County. f
ttFiends. : ."t9". Cnd. the ,
.! .hI9h.4at oqd beet ... u, ,. '. In .whfch.EVA .t,,1 t,'. ., 'a.filed...' 'r. "ogokgttrtht' obloetfclntrttdt W. On x personal' this lom day ol Room? of Oty Hall f
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'nuheq ((2) any ;
;;qlred;; .ThOmpten Street,
to ,,
January 19S4."
and ,; end ,
'0' 'cII.h at iiHt Los* Door .tOUNTV" SCHOOL BORROW : ALLAN E tlOtic.t1 i.' elves .... .<)ft. t 0 reOr.s.ntatlye's, at.< ." Stork Florida. At this,
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1 Plaintiff \ hereby' : +'w1'cdW"d V- 1/124tp t a/oa ,
'oftfi Bradford OWOR. or* .ru. t forth'MOWN '
CovMy BOARD $terfW NQ1h_ whom thl.'nork., "' lorn.? are, ?
time all wilt M'
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'en.I. pron. t
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sped (MILTON RACKARD l- mpN11Imsr
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Coufthow (J\I IButldingISswkSZ 'M ,. {t. ''rowll'Ilsl.nsa.Iany' _lied .fhc1f ,tfIoUengee heard thl.
...rit NOTKB- concerning ,
I"EN.IM
) MMf-, ') ',0', .,. anti C ICIS""A' 'TrNN'wtb \ I!. ; '..me qusllflcotlons of thepenoI'CII..wtathoe. All interested praon ,:application... ''peclfle : ,
I lord Coungt'Fiov4It i. ,' 's',': .. .W_ ( and. \ ggAEROAr..1.. ; ,. era reouked to file with I.cUMES'hoe ..of .
,1!" ......., JOHN ,"' .
.; ,//th* hour'" t:9ft'M *.,; ,L" J.. 'j'"r ":,-' ,jn r.-"o' rIG. '' ....,..aor" jurlsdtctlon ,this! court,WITHIN' THREE, mad OJp1lr.Mlon to the ,' .... 1
of' /0' ; t ivlll'' .',' Osier.t .. FIRST
: OF
the 2Ifth. : .MONTHS THE ;
/. y $
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'. ,19Iei..," .: .; onfbi iplt *; :oncf io'ClBi Bradford County Zoning r_, h. ao .
A.D. 19Btt? a, tlF T .. .( te' hlBhost .I!'"....:wIth 'AU.OAIMi'. ... 1 TpytKICATiON' OF THIS Board for roc1cn* flcCltlan. ''. .'_, t:JR.... i. i
vadaifb.d; : t"'i s kr ash .t: .. !1e- NOTICE: (1) all claims \' .v' ,
'EK d Mrlbl Otro.v ,
of .the property 'r F
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JnA aoIcf gad'd "
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,parcel of ,said cars .mInN. ...lon QIHII.M; 'Storb; ..... lf4C 11L1B ''H Sr \1 imm.dlotdk.rwls. PubIicodori :lo1}: thl. Interetted person towhom lots and 34 lake' ... .,... ,t' '" ,1
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NEVM 06 Section 20. \ .. ::1 ,th-ya dlty.of the I .', '
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By Mark Frledlln BCT Staff Writer "This Is "4 .. r.' :'r.' '

It was the first plane trip Cindy McDaniel had ever nurse from \ '" ., ; ) ,,'
taken but it was certainly no happy occasion at the engined plane's 't .
Gainesville Airport Wednesday night as the Lawtcy girl ing the burned glri' : '
severely burned, over 70 percent. of her body, was movement for a
trans by private Jet to the Shriner's Burn Center and we want to ,
Texas.12yearold "Flying the F '
Cindy McDaniel was inflicted with second like this/ one of "
and third degree burns when diesel fuel her mother was make sure there
pouring over a wood stove exploded as she was lying aircraft and we '.' :
nearby trying 'to keep warm during near freezing and landings !
temperatures experienced in the area on December 30. cause pain also, so
"I Just hope to God she's going to be alright around storm I,
someday" said her father James McDaniel, who lives is well suited for ,N71
along with four other families In the farmworker's house stable In flight 1 1i
wh1'h'was partially destr"yrd in the late night blaze. "1 'Cindy was _ L i 1I
(,,"'I\'t thank everyone enough for what they've done for layered gauze I I
\116. It's going to be a long way back for her now but we're the tip of her nose .' I,
hopeful. She was moving her head a little .and blinking wheeled on a ,
her eyes and that's an improvement." side of the plane. ;
McDaniel bad to chase his burning daughter after she There she was S'
panicked and ran outside clad only in underwear and a the medical team a 4
T-.hlrt. Her mother sat in
"She was burning all over the top half of her body, she keep an eye on
was totally on fire he said at the airport Wednesday ranged various '
night. "I picked up a sheet and wrapped it around her to her. I'P ,,
put out the fire." Cindy, who A 'I :
According to Terry McCarthy; Director of the ing the ambulance
Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire Department, the her head from side
Lawtey Elementary student was burned instantly when in the plane,
the fuel splashed on her and Ignited her clothes. Cindy's" something to one
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lower torso is the only portion. of her body that is not back and was still ylH
burned, McCarthy said. obviously '
There were two other families living in the house at "I don t think she /
the time of the fire, McCarthy ee d Three other Burn Specialist '
residents were slightly injured in the blaze. but I think she still ,tt .lS d, r

Cindy was taken to the Bradford Hospital,. then' That's a good sign. r
airlifted tq Shands Hospital's Burn Unit in Gainesville. as possible during ; at t ;y
She was in Shands for one week before the decision to face."
move her to Galveston was made. "A patient
That's when the Shriners stepped In. dead right now," I
,"We made decision that if there was ever a child anda had patients I II
family that could use our help it was this one," said have made II I
Shriner Fayne Bateman, who waited' with family case, because II I
members and other Shriners at the airport. "This is the also have to
reason we started our nationwide Burn Care Hospital In i the Shriners.' I
the first place, to help severely burned children who ever have access I
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would have no other place to go." advanced as they ,
The Shiners hired a private jet, piloted by two' It's very nigh." i
military veterans which touched down Wednesday at a Transportation 11Y iI
small commercial,airstrip called Sunny South Just northof will be paid for by t ; I
the mala airport cording to
Madeline M })aniel,- Cindy's mother, accompianiedher Shriner's t.
on the trip which the pilots assured her would take Shriners to the ho ; ,
only an hour and a half at most.. medical supplies ?
.' > Also along to assist wet a doctor and nurse team who which world !
"-",, flew lit frwn-GalVMtqaprevtoudyra-tMmwlM would bat'... by Shriner / : ? '
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equipment on board. They would carefully supervisethe Please n-,
three hour long series of preparations which have to ,,. f; 5 u.' i '
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r be made before moving. any critically burned patient for St t tsl

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; Burn Specialist Angela Williams wlspered The young Lawtey Elementary student was bUI'DfJdover
reassuring words to burn victim Cindy McDonald 18 percent of her body when some diesel fuel exploded)
w ; night after she was placed Into a specially; Preparations for transporting the heavily bandaged M-
f fI Jet which will lake her to the.ShrIner'. Burn. dent from Shands Hospital Gainesville took Over three
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1Hippodrome crave delicious cookie. .lust.| .. the Community Calender?: Local event, church gathering;: tp.ciof.p.ali*..or new group
.. t"' : > ..' i rr organizing will bo Included on roquott. W. mutt atktriat, you. "keep them a* conclt' a* i
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. .pottlble due to the limited pace avaIl bI.l "/ 41'
: Film dub feature a variety of film of a contemporary nature each' Frl.day on Monday night of axe p.m,..Call \ 1 'v* l -1'. .. '-. 'Vil-t. ,
;.. and Saturday night. at the University.of Florida.. !. t '", ,55 'I'; ., ,The rtorid State Mutevm;.," '_ : 1: & ,. .,' .
feature. a Florida cave, (Iv. Florida; ecotydem.'th. Hall of'Florrida Hlttory and a :
;; Judo datvee ,will b* held Monday and Thursday night In the Keyttone'Height. High Church i In lake Butler' onThurt,.,. .Mayan Patoc end Object Gallery! Hour 9.5 weekday and I Saturday*. Tuday open Mil j.
\; School cafeteria. Junior cia.... will be held from 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and anion cia.. .. : to 7:30 p-'",,TId<."ore adult," $3, 9 p.m., :I"p.,". Sunday and holiday.-tGcateei on tho corner of, Newel) Drive,: and!. .
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By Mark i,me," Silly said as he 'a;; great thing they do: tip' ,Heitfhti.' "They've.'imme ', I ., 1 The first Pre.fo.tnt of the U.S. to be born outside t h'
BCT Staff in his yard last week.T'I Lion's Club along quIckly,these was AbrahamLincoln .
really two have 13 Colonies
toneIHeights boundaries of the original
Billy Klmberly of though, I think the has been great, think they re going to work out Just. born in HodgprwilU Kentucky In 1809. ,1Ir j
In a freak hunting were going to well Goerge Massa, who set up. fine together.' '
companion, one other when they ..sessions at the Leader While it usually costs about f6500; to \ ., _, ,.J
him into trouble trainer has to evaluate .J
train a seeing-eye like
down the lonely and person well been to dog Bud, the'school .' STARKE" !v":: )
pretty using a cane get offers to train students who are' PINEHURST /'
small town in B df }) : make a choice. Every but that's really awkward, sponsored by the Lion's Club at ;: .
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't ferent, but maby people could never communicate with charge, Massa said, explaining that Grocery & Variety Store'UPHOLSTERY.
That new that dogs( and '/ Bud can," Billy said. "I talk- the Lion's Club :
founded the school V :
lovable and Very'II ones like Bud, all OPEN 7 a.rrv 9 p.m We Do
have Massa, who is Chairman of back In 1939. It Is the only''one of its' .
retriever who Is s personalities as well." Club Eye Conservation type in the United States. KB.' All Types Of :{:
seeing eye dog ,' Bill say he learned to and he said It might be Billy was the first 'logo to \
i i special way, testing '',to get a leadeirdog. }'U be the school sponsored by person the Keystone r f' Fall UPHOLSTERINGNow
The .
Heights Lion's s't for curbs and other blind'h. ;, to them forever. Bud has club Massa explained. Ills Is the time to ,
found sponsored one foot while made my day-to-day life a lot servation Committee &EKe.Con Fabric
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out about his .
w he wants rejuvenate your
tq go. since he's come home with me. donating eye aids and glasses to the
ding Michigan.him. to a : These country' roads '! ,along with our other dog.too, needy in the community and the sure Furniture
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bo a and Billy will keep in training "We've been .1/3 Boats
At the facility, the to Gainesville or some 1, ., around his house, and' exploring around having the woods great, walking time,, aBylovUie : '
the Blind 4
School in now we can do It with in other settings as well, to down the roads and visiting people Vans
Billy met Bud, : Bud surveyas the to each for more than a all' Billy "Bud '
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selected for him Car
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Billy as well,he is > it will be completed. they seem to Uke him."" .
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They meet ly with a movement a a complex thing, training One thing Billy still has a hard time
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person who against his master's leg ana the person too, they with is reminding people that
you are
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like curbs, have to do just as much not supposed to touch r a
just like him. seeing eye dogs
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he's everyday things George. Massa said at the which belong to someone else. .

... "Boy ba__ midable_.J.obstlcals_ ."; ) to,the ; Club meeting Monday night in from"It tends the person to distract they're them,supposed a little bit to 7 f LABOR : . .. '140Gloria

,.? be helping," Billy said as Bud bounded Vandertllt for covering standard sofa
r up to this reporter at ,the Lions Chlc.JonlachB,' Upholstery Material .:
Club meeting. ."People just love to
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5'4 + .n it's hard not letting anyone., touch ; Carpet o Vinyl ,
him. JEANS 20 % w toy ; :
Billy attended off '
the Blindness toilfor free Estimates I
rehabilitation School in Daytona last
and Jackets Denim from 8 o.m to 5 p.m.
year plans on enrolling at Santa
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where he expects: to use the services'of & VeSt By Maverick 4 DC /
his new friend to the utmost. '
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4 .we're looknlng forward to It aren't we '
Bud?" he. said 'as he affecUonatly AND VARIETY STORE
stroked Bud behind the ears.. r.'We'regoing
to do Just fine."'. SR 100 South Starke
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JJa lnp e Wi nimtijiity School makes. compute, .. ., Ltseracy available for tomorrow's .generation.

by'Ann.'H.''I Sponfi)! ou t"IV., ,'dy'Y', ., :'a. wblcI I Includes i I 'transformer l fi .
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inst I l4tTdd btc ;'i Ji ff n tU\\ears"iTV'let W WioattofS TNen'l?= U! VQ'ti VM!I* computers as a part of itaourriculu ,
put ,,' !i,., J) 't purchaser a j't.11wlaat.:; l ;.(additional since, school opened ,in the, 'falLr. [';"" l/ r
l peripherals such, as lapes,, artd; dtoesi, .", Recently the school installed; three ,': ,1.\1
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Today 3OYt ddaiialktlanba4i: thecountry etc. to add to the computer, more Apple computers, and according -, -*
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t turning off their television! sets and maybe very reasonable In prlce.th ,, Principal, Douglas Grant,I, ;the purchase .'
turning on their core .tera. The com- more functions wanted, the more of another computer to be usedas \
I PVtej age has llteraly\ | .come jWie! ,, money is needed to purchase this. ad- a "floater', (a in .the forseeable
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" Inl954, tlttTOM' iiOO\v eisihbYfthe ditional equipment, t ? fgture.ferMCS, ,

I .business world. Like the, other With the basic setup, ,that, la the "Putnam' County had made; a'big ,
" combuter oUt3: time, it used vacuum Computer Ml1eaY;a color: TV.set,one committment to computer education,
j, tubea.wax yer*large, extremely slow'' can usually''produce>> with very little ;:' aid) the boys and girls are ahowing'aq'a / ,
\ in rfrocesslitenfrta and it requited) practice, mathematical functions; ' { hou ing $|i:T'arefulIy regulated music: and sound: color, graphics< and ;what we wanted," said Grant., ,
temperature animation etermineda by' theScapacityofthepaMltalar
function. ;e1).onolentstosuertor. ;Presently the; ol'nP'jtets.i.' MCS, ,
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j B twefeniasg.and'i" : OOr.: transistors Grant is looking forward to the purchase -
:': repl c Uubel..an order8\fpr;; \ computers Of the computer must be told what of software which would also bet
: .by{industry increased: The function the user wants it perform.To suitable\ for, use by, the, ,kindergarten: ,.
nexy advance, in,"com late1'& was'the' do this! the user must ''pt>gra", 'students,. .
t. circuit toardd with; their integrated the computer tell It.what-to dos To ,
circuits.: But it was the relatively recenti1development program! ,the computer,, kejr Into.the According 'to Keystone. Heights ,
computer.Certain "tommanda" lit,a'"langquage" Elementary School Hubert
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i lnp( the horN\ .1 :: ', ) 'asr BASIC' ',
computer referred to I Is made for'a computer'center!' the '":
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Dubbed'the p crsnnal omputer.the"' ,(Beginners ,All-purpose Symbolic : computers will be uncrated and ready ''" ;
home computer,. ;the.:friendly computer ., struction Code)./Dev loped at Dartmouth for use .by the upper grades. This Is:! j'
or the''' peanut, these'compact, College pASIC was designed' .expected to be !accomplished. by.mid-. '.:
to make programming'easier for the'User -
miniaturized,reasonably priced; computers }'bruary. '
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are seeping into the American : : Librarian Karen:Johnson uses.aA.new ,Apple U computer F'
\ :r :Beglnhirig. ,next fall,, j Whit.e anr '.,.. .;
home with the 'same also) Bar .
tantalizing in-1' '
appeal
<:that marked ,their. Computers are becoming tlclpates :the", .Use of computers?,to, ,
debut into the : predecessors:" tegralpartofthateducaEionalprocessRecently become apart of the curriculum! for.. ,l;< at Melroae(iommuritiy:School '
co-porateoffled CBS (TV 'Cbanne1'. 4) all the grades fltk, ES., ; ;St},

\ Take a typical aonaf computer reported, on a college' ; in I.the to westwh1ttequfred'itsstddens pur- ,,..Vrom college to!kindergarten and, : \ .. ., :i' .r. . : '. ,... .", "',,,
on the market today ft jwjlgh* less a; ;. ,
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than five is aroundle" Just'appropriate'books ,
8"wideandonly3"liigh.n'\ pounds ; ;' V'long' 'their class !' ;'but; the students ti tern are making an impact.'There's'.'' ,. ," :. ,..1, ,, ". "" : ,.. '. '
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wer ;'aso required> purchase! : their' computm'age' .
Externally, the computer houses a own. personalltorputer as well, i 14 here to'stay;,We might as'well'sit ,', : ; '
, keyboard. which is the bread a and but ; back, turn off our television sets turn > 'st ilips73rd Annual I
But
J ter too accessing\ ,thelpereolnal"Conte computer'literacy not' stopp x>n our computers and start enjoying '
outer. "Much like typewriter 'tngat'thecollege'! level.'Tt Has filtered the stimulating world of computer

keyboard> ,)-contains*all( thealpha. -'.nl,alUhewayp4lvp| r ,to,Jhe'., lementary 1 ,. f .tech..lntIV...,: !j-C>oj't., ." :"'.., .ANA!'''t' .a'...* I
and numeric keys as well as graphic ,
keys,junior keys, command keys and j..

programmable. function keys': ::'( : Ir.t1 P'l"' atiae1J" YII)'''jZ gtG."'.J1<' "" a. : '
Additionally, the outside of tie: com-; .1'11 f..1 "' I "' .,. :
puterlis filled with"ports"Jwnlcb pro, : \ .. .h N. 't'1t.l lq\) ,'d t '. '
vide iwlde range of options In;th
A the video computer port is used to c M&tftto nnect: the v::1:r 1"I jr..I',' 1 ,1'i"1' ,''-'oun' .i tr\-Ind.. ,;i I'5)OCbi'JI., ,. O1F. !
computer to a color or lack and
whit TV set'or 'a monitor, thus providing FrL & Sat. Jam 13 & 144K .
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I joysticks or paddles.devices There such are ports as :. \ { \ \;.i ; ., J :Ho,Cove Chargeat .
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": which'allow the user to play arcade or
learning games or,.expanthe basic I
capabilities ,of the computer. Addle <':
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I. .":., .Fire Destroys Home RHYTHMIC 'iAEROBICS'" ,\


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'. Fire breaking through the roof of assisting were Chub Johnson, Randy y.' 'r) Announces. .
!. the large home on the corner of Call Gaskins, Terry Mundorff, Darin
and Water Streets brought the Starke Hardee, Lester WUUngham, Gary PROGRAM OF CLASSESJanuary
Fire Department out early Tuesday Davie and Jeff Johnson. ? A NEW
morning.The The house was a total loss,the valueof Itin __
clerk of a nearby convenience which has not been determined.The Beginning'' .
store reportedly saw the flames and house was built by Captain' 7 _
''t'1 called'the fire department. Although John Charles Richard over 100 years
s the frame structure housed' three ago.Captain Richard was co-owner of : 10
the Richard and Pace Store at the RR .
apartments there was no one in the /' ,
t house at the time of the fire. crossing on Call St., the first largo, '
Unable to start the fire engine mercantile store in Starke. r Tuesday &<< Thursday
I which is stored across from the fire Captain Richard donated property
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: I site, both engines were brought from for the site of the first Methodist 11 am 4-5 ';pnv
I the main fire station. Church on Church St. and also for the
I '' ( 800 feet of 1V4 Inch hose and 550 feet site for St. Mark's Episcopal Church.He 8 weeks *3Q00
I .i E t of 2% inch hose as well as a deludge served as member of the 1885 .
I 1\ and miscellaneous equipment ?
, gun Florida Constitutional Convention
i ; were used to bring the fire under control and also served both in the State FIRST UNITED'METHODIST
1 1 according to Fireman Cecil Senate and the House of Represen-
Crawford. tatives in the 1870's.In CHURCH
;,I According to the state fire marshal '
A; there is no evidence the fire was later years the property belong Church Han *.Stark,
ed to Rev. Cauffman, son-in-law of -
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I ; Firemen responding to the 1:55: Mrs.Eva Fernandez whose home was 473-4106 473-3784
; a m. fire were Chief Bobby Lewis, the two story house next door. More
\ J Curtis Crawford, Jim Cason, Mike recently the house belonged to Susan Dana Battt Georgia McFadden
.1 Sanders, Tom Rowe, DeWayne Faulkner and is currently owned by -- ---
; Hardee and Williams.Volunteers Louis Young, Jr.I I"" ,
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I ;'.;Ji; 2 Fourteen property sales recorded Virginia E. Lee and Coy T. Ed- ricirtfTb rears ,
; 3 during the past week in Bradford wards sold a parcel of land on CR-18 964-7911 14
: County totalled $363,400. The largest in Brooker to William 1.. and Diedra. )
,i. 4 sale was for$90,000. Ann Williamson for $24,300.: '-- Expe nce
.!II i S!: Lucille D. Davie sold lot 3 of Geneva Victoria Monds sold 10 acres of land Chief Lewis and Lou Sr. stand outside the FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE ,,' I .
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' '', e Point Estates to James H. II and in Woodlawn to Jimmy Raye ,
Hwy,. ;301. 407 M Temple Ave, ;
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Christine M. Davie for$90,000. for 9000. '
, :.. Jennifer J. Brown and Martin L. Heinz George and Betty J. Splnger back of the burned home on Water St.' Starke, Florida ", \. ,. L

Brown sold parcel of land on SR-230, sold lot 9 of Block E, Pinehurst Sub- ,We Install and Cftsck: 'System ,\
just east of Starke to Deborah Kay division to Donald E.Shirley B.Meier Patricia A. Emklns for 3800. .. .
and Robert A. Ward for$52,500. for$39,300-() "' Michael D. and Vickie J.'Colson+ ( ) I.:
'John E. and Catherine E. Steele Frank W. and Ann Messier sold lots sold a parcel of land off of CR-2351 FLORIDA ,
sold 1% acres just west of Lawtey to 13 and 14 of Block 18, Livingston, north of Brooker, to Henry A. and FREE J .
James B. and Nancy E. McFauIs for Truby and Co's Addition to Starke to Laverne Williams for $15,500. THEATRE
22500. Haskell E. Cromer for 29400. Foster Steve and Billie T. Hayes
Fred B. Miller, Jr sold 12 acres of: 'The Episcopal Church in the sold parcel of land on Parker Street Starke 964-5451
land near the south end of Griffis Diocese of Florida Inc. sold Block .4 and Wilson Road in Starke to Larry '' '
1 Loop to Joseph Hugh Daniel Bousquet of Government lot 1 of Lakeside on Olin and Cindy White for $40,000. Fri.. Sat., :Sun. APU144'
J I .for $28,800. Little Santa Fe_Lake to Larry'' G. Sampson Lake Properties Inc. sold --
: ( Dorothy I. Plair sold a parcel of Turner for $9,000.T lot .4 of Deerfoot Trail and lot 13 of "One of those rare and films you"wantto .
see
I land on West Madison St. in Starke to J. and Nell Mann sold a parcel of Breamwood Point to Hoyt C.Murphy, 'M VH again UOOOMOMOTGAMUHCA again. |R,|
Brenda J. Campbell for $9,800. land near Brooker to James B. and Jr. for $19,500.Powder. Battery of STARKE,
: ; :a BIG 'HI'

::1. Starke Woman Arrested Learns Jefferson, guilty of grand TOP QUALITY BATTERIES AT REASONABLE PRICES
theft, placed on probation of two 301 DRIVEINStarke
Sandra Elaine Hansell of Starke years to run concurrent with other Puff CourseIn

with was arrested possession January of drug 10 and paraphernalia charged victim.sentence. Must make. restitution to Auto Care, Safety ,,9647484Fri. Stocking the Batteries YOU May Need. '.',

according to Sgt. Wayne' Mark Mattox guilty of forgery, Ladles if you are interested in lear thru Mon. ;. ,
f sentenced to probation of five about automobile and
Wilkinson and Patrolman. Paul years, ning more your
Rhoden. must make full restitution ($2,852) to its safety a class for you may soon be i tt i t ta
Bond for the charge was set at$50. Florida Bank plus 10 percent interest' offered at tie Vo-Tech.
Hansen was released on her own ,and pay $150 attorney fee. Simple maintainence and of NOW RebuildingAlternators i iG"
I recognizance. Ricky Floyd Newby, guilty of viola- safety
tion of probation (burglary with Latent vehicles will be scheduled if there Is
to commit grand larceny), enough interest shown in this area. If
ti Final sentenced to Bradford County Jail for you have been wondering where the Starters
DispositionsIn one year and given credit for one year. battery'' is and why you need coolant I
BC Circuit Court served. now is opportunity to have
your all
Emanuel:Hampton Jr. t ,
; guilty
.1+ 4. The following defendants. appeared violation probation(sexual battery hot your questions answered. ni iaa ::
., before Judge Elzle, S. ,*Sanders"' use of force not likely to caus serous& "Leave--yotir>name and telephone gnrwb- I
I"' January 9 for final dispositions. personal injury) sentenced to 30 mon- number at Mitchell's Drug in $(arfeq,( 1I T:"t'\' :A J'lMi l r a s t TP' n1 : :>A"NEW' '
ffl\d Leartis Jefferson, guilty of ths in Department of Corrections to Ladies only and no phone! calls plea9e.Nutritional .
i burglary of a structure,placed on two run concurrent with time now being PLUSBLOOD r
years probation and make restitution served. (Previous probation condi- Automotive Commercial Marino
4 to the victim. tions set aside.) 'MAMARated ; Alternators' ,. '
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i i GIRLSCOOTS Cooking BABY CONTEST .

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\ s cookie sale on January 13, It will : :t. All children
I : mark the 50th anniversary of the iJ I' ,
i :y American tradition. '
: a The idea for the cookie sale was birth
I .. born back in the twenties when individual r
,: i troops held cookie sales as ;'J'.1 r 1
I fund-raisers to support their act c: to! 5 years '
tivities. Word of the sales' success ,
spread and soon the number of participating
. "' troops grew.bake The first was can enter. '
of commerically cookies I
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Memos in our local council archives I \ \.Nothing n
I I first mention a cookie sale in 1927. ..
t Girl Scouts from several troops sold f $ ',to buyPRIZES
( cookies at the Federal Bakery Shop in + Ilft
E downtown Jacksonville on the 30th of There are, many risks associated with diets high In. fats, 'I'' i

April. The girls earned a 20 percent calories cholesterol and sodium. .To,, help reduce' .: .\; ; '
commission on all cookies sold that
I. day. Chairman of that first cookies risks this class will help students evaluate'what they 'j .: ( .. '
sale was Miss Dorothy Davidson who actually eat day.to-day. Positive, practical 'tces will t } .'. : : .::' : 'j+ :
was also the Jacksonville Scout Executive ,
be given for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Information
-the only paid staff memeber l t :' ,1-, .'
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The earliest documented proof of food, weight control and food preparation 1'. I / < FREE 5k: > :color:, pcUait :TO ALL ENTRIGrand ESI ,' :
local participation in a national ,
f. cookies sale is in a 1939 Council EARLY,FEE: $25.00; AT-THE-DOOR: 30.00' .. .' ,j' .<\] J"" 'I. ..
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; Finance Report. That year, the girls Wednesdays, January 25, February 1,0 & 15,1984;. '.. '. \ .
.t I netted$1,084.69 from the sale of 11,000 6:30.8:30 p.m. i / Prizes:' :16x20 Wall; Portraits '
boxes of cookies. Many individual : ,* I .
1r r i that troops much in and Gateway more in Council 1983. earned r i A r M ar aaa r alai-----ao sr -a.-o-0 eel '::"" :-.. ':" ': /Trophies" ;' ,.Savings Bonds'; i'

G I The first few years of the national Nutritional'Cooldng Course Registration ',. .
Plusachange for child 'tKt.iieleCt'ed '
#" ; your to for National Adverttoi
sale ,,' ,
i cookie ,the girls sold cookies based :' r. i 41 : 1
I on the recipe of two troops leaders pease register me for'the count listed below I understand that If Ida natpre-/egister ,o'f: "'npr'P', ', : > : .'. ",,' '
t. I p and baked In the shape of the Girl and pay by MO; p.m on the weekday before the flat< : Scout insignia..This year:, there are ,,ttufdoor registration lee.I otto understand. once" .th,. class.' "'begin.,, the...:. ; ; ; .
seven delicious varieties from which regWrallonfoebecomes non-refundable, :., ;i\\-L, I Terwwegar Motors has arranged to .have a ,professional, baby prate .';'!
to choose including a special 50th an- In the elflllthal fewer than ten IOJ people register fora*sour ,. I also understandthat p. grapher here at our dealership:. .r, .- ?
niversary cookie created to ; the course may be cancelled and I will be notified bu phone: fcsuch event,my ', .:' ,
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i the event..".The cookies will refund will bemalledlomeOI.trcdllfdlol"lIaf.P..OP.lat.ch. : .. .' I." 'tl'' ..4 clll'd.l'l 1), r,:i'r,:;.''J"' i.' ", \,. .;\ .,, "'.. Tti fiI DAY'- JANUARY 19-10:00-5:00: : : !:
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sell for$2 box.: i. : '
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E be delivered February 24 through ,'' ,I fo ,'. : ,
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" county northeast Florida area served ',> ..". 9. .. &&J.'" ..
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by Gateway Council. Method. of paunurlt'o;,' ""\t't&f' 'If Ipft/Mili. / ,: EvERYBOQY.'WINS : I
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boxes of cookies each year *which Is O Money Order f ," ', : FUN! < ,
i seven' percent of au commercial D'Cash(In person bnly fi'Q' f I ?j!t&;" "'a 1a: _' .' I ,II"" the bnvftecl'tto \., ..,. Tw
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;:: Thoni Robbed told the victim that"n b1< dy rides for January 10 Smith:was. elor Lee Ann gers'W"+ on Bateman said: "It might look bad right now, but we're pulling for bar, thegomtgunity
,<,,: Last Saturday free" and are said to havf s pulled intoa rant for retaking paroled alone when a unknown attacker is pulling for her And we think she's going to be OK." .,
secluded area where both subjects Lt. John Dempsey. : Into the building. The assailant The Hcilbron Springs Volunteer Fire Department are making public plea'
..s Ahlmknown black male entered the alledgedly sexually assaulted the vic ; her on the head and face with a for donations of money and clothing for the McDaniel family when they return
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Thom Station tim Crawford Pled Instrument and Inflicted major
on US-301 north of ; to Lawtey.
1fr, Starke at 11:15 a.m. Saturday and About an hour and a h alf later\all To Cocaine ;: ; wounds to her throat. ', Cindy ,who had perfect attendance at Lawtey Elementary before the accident
demanded the money from the atten three returned to Can ,ip Blanding attacker .stole some video ,will be tutored at the Shriner'hospital as soon as the w well enough,so f
: dant. where the victim repo ed the Inc f A 27-year-old Starke 'and a tan' 1980 Ford LTD she won't' fan to far behind classmates.. Y
I. The man\had his hand sunder his dent to her superiors rand the Clay guilty a charge of (: wagon.The car was found In a One of those classmates was staying at the house the night of the fire and i
: coat and said he had a gun although County Sheriff's Depart"! net was called caine In Bradford Count : at Nfc 13'St. and First Avenue she recorded a,tape Which Mrs. McDanlel said Cindy heard the night before i
*', no gun was displayed. in to investigate. Court Monday 5:30: the same morning,but no the plane trip. '
; The.. clerk gave the man an un The suspects were not 'in uniform at Charles Eugene were located. "May Cod be with you"the voice on the tape said'; "It won't take that long
disclosed amount of money and he left the time of the Incident i nd were driving rested Feb. 22 by U. S. December'P Rogers is in critical condition Don't worry. I'll be waiting for you..." j
;;", the station in a vehicle heading south a personal vehicle J i vice agents and Florida multiple skull fractures, 'A' *** .
.I toward Starke, 'according to Investigators Bond for the' chargn t was set at of Law Enforcement combined reward of$3000 is' I
: Don Denton, David 10002. Bonds and F earsall were tried to sell cocaine In offered by the family and i
,', Paul Eunice. released after/ they i oeted. surety ounces ', local agencies for information, THOMAS PRODUCE
: The investigationIs continuing into bonds Tuesday. Circuit Judge Elzle to the arrest and conviction of.
I the robbey.I ; withheld adjudication'.and .
I \ Crawford to five years have information on this any & 'SE'AFOOD ).
f,' 'a fine of$2,000.Assailant. In Alachua County are ,
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Wednesday Fire QuicklyBrought Lawtey ManStealing'Moto Cj harged, Sought !l to call call",will Crime remain TRA\.i.3TNI722.completely. .. 527. E. Brownlee Road 964.4858 Starke

:I Under Control J9-yearold Lawte cycle man was arrested In, ,Gainesville ;'. for information and may be leading rewarded to up an ''I'. MONDA Y-SA T RDA Y 8 a.m. .to 7 p.m.. ,
y A potentially dangerous fire was The Metamorphosis ,
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"I quickly extingished Wednesday afternoon January 4 andT I charged with ( SUNDAY I
grand theft after he with Alachua County's Drug f \ 1
, ;,'1 (Jan.4).at Thomas.Qll Company. stolen motorcycle. wa'caUght[ a Center located at 3333 "a "' a;,,,",. i
''i; In While:Starke. truck Clarence Erving Sim Ji, Jr. was arrested wall the scene of a brutal "> I :,j';; ; I''.See, Page 9, t
loading a fuel
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) seepage 'wasp ,and started to Rhoden at after 3:38: a.m he saw by Ffi wo Itrolman young Paul men after ...' Mullet' . . : lb. t"'
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, '. before the Starke Fire with a motorcycle out\ !side a 'convenience ... "
store sus'liclou Both ? .
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! .. :. Fireman Department Cecil arrived Crawford, according to "ran. but Rhoden caugljj t Smith ly. IS YOUR Nile ,Perch, '... ." ', ;'.'' '." $1; I'
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Tberewas.no listed. damage to the 550 Suzuki, lmed that the .

area.. .i '. II : \ Smith plate had with been petty staled]not". He knowing'charged at UiLjf Lucky Day Sheep. Head.0 .. ; .' . . . .''. .. $1.19ib. '

: 'C Vandalism that time the owner ol;'the cycle: Bushel ,. Crabs i I
At Lake-Cheyrolet the About'motorcycle six hours discovered\later,.the owner it'was of Every Dozen, has "1S Oysters'.by' JLjve I I'Fresh' 1""

\ ,Twelve new Oldsmobiies and I missing and reported I the''theft to This FridayPAS.TRY : .
;; Chevrolet were scratched with a police at 9:43:<< ''a.m.. 1'he cycle was '
? sharp Instrument late last Thursday recovered. only a feu,|' blocks away Fruits X70 "
try from the home of Maria, "
"earlY Friday at Lake-Chevrolet in thog owner SHOP
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were He 14 being,j'geld, 138 E Call{ St -, $ .5890' Starke
scratched from fender to fender; ,. I on a$2,500 ,, .l ,/ .64 : ,VegetablesWe're \
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Blanding men were on weekend arrested duty early at Sunday Camp 964-4439 ,***T9 H 5 :Great: Years' in Starke :, r r

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Wales Thomas and Martin Jeffery Bonds Lloyd,Pearsall 20, of Lake, 21, _Ti. 'We Have -- .' .. ''Thanks'' to the folks,. ,of Bradford County and ,
of Orlando were each charged with 3 Wheel .Vehicles q

;w\J sexual Sheriffs battery Department by ,Clay according County to I In. Stock surrounding 'areas -;who have been so nice :

r Investigator Mike Taylor, Lt. Derry \ .
Dedmon and Deputy Scott Eleazer I Powered Lift Chairs 1 h
;;y 1 j The suspects. and the female victim I. '. Are Also Available 'to, us., ... '
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I.) ,Guard.and were,attending weekend ; Both Medicare: Approved : We this 'celebration" in
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Arthur C. "Doc" Miller : ; Ky pioneer residents of Wilson N.Ci MA.Williamson
Arthur Charles (Art "Doc") Miller He was a retired mechamic for H.C. was a electric;refrigeration Lucille Wilkens 1 .., ,mend Baer..\dat\nst.J1ne4\ \ : ? aril t, ,,|v. al p/staJ: e.he; f flier !ur
76, of Woodlawn Acres Starke, diJSaturday ;; Durn Co. of Independence, Ky.; was a repairman and was of the Baptist Mrs. Lucille C. Wilkens;' 83.;of ..Home",,$14". Nona f:! t'1l ,$ rlriq, fllr Scramentof Ar fJ j t ei.J:'' ;" '.
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Jan. 7, in Bradford veteran of WW A and was member :d..ith. ; :): "gPP"> Fh f I H', : .\, : -,
Hospital, Inc. following a long illness. of the! First Baptist Church of Starke.Survivors Survivors Include his wife, .Mrs. ford Hospital, Inc.following a short IK.. ; .' : 'It' .\J','fatt3&faw.ttt&tf\: : / KWK: :; ','
Born in ElmiraNMr. Miller Include his wife, Esther :Lola Williamson of Hampton three Iness. 'i I, Kay A1nn II. Taylor one grftn d. 4ghlv\ :,,.J p. .aWS\: rrVtre ,
moved to Florida in 1975 was a flair of Starke two sons Donald Bair ; Born in Wilmington. Ohio Mrs. \ ,Mrs.-ay An:? ,ball Taylor 7.gf,. ,
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retired advertising agent, and wai a of Henderson, Tenrt.and Phillip Bair '.Williamson, all of! lIampton three moved to Starke from 'Ft"' P'osbyJJan. Uk i ttarkg. ..Jlie<<1. tut'da i.,, vi r.. y ,
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member of St. Mark's' Episcopal Of Florida City, I:Ia.;; two daughters, daughters. Marcia' Layton .Starke. Lauderdale three years ago; was a 7 nta:! it.lliwln' eactllg, Hospit l.." ., day Jan. 9, at I p.m. in Airpark, BapY4st '
retired bank teller and was a member < .Gainesville TQ!] 'foniOllnesli. Cbw'' hwlth .MC)' Corrwayt'rf I
Church of Starke Lucy B. Wright of Bastion, Va. and \ "
Survivors 'include: his wife, Mrs-" .iH; .susan ,Bair of Cookville, Tenn'.; two .both'Charlene of Hampton Lester and one Myrticn sister Green. Mrs., 'of the Starke First Christian Church.\ ,.BorntyMr13"1Taylor : \ ; iffl't! 9 ta'. M : ,'.prfici bpg; Gt t;,WflS'll ,MtnZlofin' l r f
Dorothy Miller of Starke one.( sisters; Margaret Bell of Starke'and LInnie.Carroll of Live; Oak}.and one Survivors Include one son, Wayne > jnoy<, ''J.s ;trpm !1\\ ,I"j,;' \ e',i tler,jumJw; J tile ?n'r'
daughter, Patricia Otis of home,*, Jewel Young of 'Raleigh, N.C.; one brother, Johnnie Df Williamson of A. Curtis of Keystone Heights; two inia, C/v-r/ !: 17 y t'9 ago.' Sl\\$ w s a j irection or Jones Funeral Home, 514 ,f.I.I,;j!
brothers, Howard Shull of Bradenton /t'etiredseamat1, Ivitli vf 2y' &,l'J! N9 .. ., .,
N.Y.; one son, James Miller of brother, George'Ward of Columbus. Waldo and eight grandchildren. < 4Sy S"tarket 'c -vw r.fjwatit (
and Harold Shull of St. of le"Vij'r.rp: .th ',S e 't1r orm: '
Elmira. N.Y. and three grand- Ga. and six grandchildren. Funeral services were held Satur- Petersburg; }1 I '- ; ; ,'- i. UMlriiiwt : t .i'1
two sisters, Mrs. and was'
Marie Everett Manufacturing Company a Lowell
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children. Funeral services were held Monday E. Varbrough ,
day, Jan. 7, at 2 p.m. at the chapel of 'Alabama and tljie
Funeral services were held Monday Jan. 9, at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Clnclnatti, Mrs. Lavone Conoveror Church.member of Airpark Baptist. Lowell E. "Pat" Yarbrough 60.
Jan. 9, at 11 a.m. at the St. Church in Starke with the Rev. Starke with Rev. Edward Mobley officiating. and two Ohio; one grandchild a died Tuesday, Jan. 3,after an exteml*'
Mark's Episcopal Church in Starke Ben Bryant officiating. Burial was in Burial waif "In 'Santa Fe great grandchildren. ; ,,' ,lyo a. diJ Q p ;: hysb, ri ,".1'' '\Ij Jf I1., '
with Rev. Arthur. Lee officiating Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie Cemetery under the direction of 'Archie ;I.held Graveside funeral' service were'. .* I '.' Y1Ji:-. l:?<<; r rY J J .... ,() :Ir".: ,f ). "I..,
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Burial was 'In Keystone'..,'Heights Tanner Funeral ,Home ,of Starke in' Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. Heights Cemetery I,with the Keystone daughter sonsfirk!;' TK3lly Kerry and" Keith H.t. .; (See Obituaries. U'8) ',
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chie Tanner Funeral Home! of Starke. I' \' 't "r h' 'r.(>', V 4Irr } ,, ; .. .
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Lymon Eugene ',Bah"\67.\of: Shand's Teaching i Hospital, ''Filled'' '" 1 II "a>.It : t"' ''OJ' ,' \
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Woodland Acres, Starke died Saturday Gainesville' following a brief Illness. ((< JaIL '7 in Alachua General.!.. /c Born and raised In Wilson, N.C. the ""I C 't" .JJ"" t" ,Jh', iI ...t,
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A 25-year-old Hampton man; was after he andkgr'bnu'deg"'a at Hampton and aftrreit WH-:* +41Eted f. lt'E, .' tL' +, Y4r1dWl N ,f ., / 'j((
sentenced to one year In the Bradford battery the DOT officer who was by, Henry who bad 'received"the f CNE M 1N11,,. EGChLANTA..
County Jail after he wan found guilty assisting the Florida Highway Patrol description: of the vehicleV according oEEzE GQo4 1\
of battery of a law enforcement of _with wi arrest. to Trooper W. D. Langston. Curing a. > ,lie.,
titer Monday In Circuit Court'He will struck by <*I ot
remain on probation for an additional Hawkins driving a 1988\ w honthencalled his bull dog to sic:'-? I1"
four yean. Volkswagon, waq seen leaving the The dog bit Henry'on the left thigh: ">. \ \.1t
Ricky Wayne scene of an accident at the Michigan i ''.! h r I''' '1
to Hawkins pled guilty Ranch near Starke. Hawkins' vehicle Circuit Judge Elzie; S'andeifi "
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with the Department Officer Pat Henry! who Is struck the right side of,a parked 1975 ordered Hawkins to spend 90 days'itf" 'J'J
tlon. of Trans. Plymouth as he attempted to leave the Bradford 'County Jail,: starting';:
Hawkins the parking lot at : ., he then Jan 11 at 5"pirn, ;' P7 ,Bradford :
charged with was batt.arrested,. May 18 and left heading toward Stark Hospital 1289 for''Henrys'treatment1and l,'
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bery have been placed by Gainesville ,parking lot in December said fleeing the store and the clerk coming robbery while armed by Bradford 25
Police Department against two Signore. Both, men 'were, identified from the store and motioning toward' ;,- ounty for the December 23 robbery I
suspects arrested In Starke last from a photo linrjp., them. Backusfofoedtllovehgt; (: U'* ; *-the Jr.Fool: Stor .on.CRrlOO; in I JrVescwfsr...
month for the robbery of a,local convenience Hughes and Wetherby are being til' law--.enforcement officertH-wera"V't.St tark: >ccordiri to InyesOgator) Don. I
store.Blending held in the Bradford County Jaij notified and caught up with the vehi Denton. The
Dewitt Hughes, 19,, of following ,their arrest December 4 26. cle on t-1011Outb ofLawtey, actor,< >'\j'" -i < i.
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the December robbery of a Minit 23,.were caught In theftvehicleattar Deputyatnmy Eun1ce. ; ,Ir.: "\. Chua'lq' addition 'to the Bradford Wilder Gang t
Market on SE 9tb Street in they were seen fleeing the Handy Last week an arnfeddt'obberr.charge > :charged the three subjects.
Gainesville; according Detective Way Food Store. on CR-16 and '. was placed against Hughes! by.,, against. ;
Slgnore.'David Wayne Wetherby 29. Morgan Road. Steve Backus. a'resident Alachua for the Dec. W.rob- ': FRIDAY & SATURDAY
also of Jacksonville will be chargeswith of that area who is a former investigator bery of V: Jiffy Food Store'oft'K.University. }' Johannes,;fas released,on her own .. .. MIGHT .
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Bradford CountyThere charged County with driving'January while license IC aryyFrederick''t'and of Stark : t. ST ': '" ,
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Robert Glen Ward, S3; of Bradford a surety pulled onto the lights VThij-Jfrttr 'city- *,to' "be'. rHt' ,.,. : : .i.."?, .if: \ .
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wants to be your printer In 1984,.. 221 Lafayette 8k Across front Wishbone ..

i Needed Bring of .Frldoy.m.to..m. Saturday'a.m. J 12 noon.
I us a, sample any job printed from ,

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..1- .3 BDRM. BA IN .TOWN Assum. m 8e.. $37,900.

\ Want StarkeLawteyWaldoAnd beat their, price WE' WILL GIVE YOU ONB ACRE ON 100 VYISTi $...'00.,. TERMS.. "

,: Keystone Heights Areas = 4 COUNTRY HOME ON 1 / ACt Good asBumable mffl.DEERWOOO .

GetResults. Must ..". reliable. cer and pmt cah bond. Fill out A Gift, Certificate For $10.00 Worth 4J't r Ova V.'oc. Stucco. formal Lips Rm*. ,; :
application Gainesville. Suit. 4M South WalnvtStreet. *
Oce Supplies COUNTRY CLUE AREA ,,.lovely homo:on one aero.,
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.49 ACRES WITH HOME. Brownloo' 1_.: TERMS. '

; 964-8170 lric Oetts 378-1416 from THE OFFICE SHOP. 1 10 W. Call Sf. Stark* .LAWTEY-larao C/$ h..... :3 $R, 2 BA,. pool, fenced; aero..

Quality Printers in Bradford County i .TWO'CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES. $4.600 each. Nice troo*.

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BINGO..AMERICAN 'LEGION SHALLOW AND DEEP wiLL PUMPSi pvc'
HAIRCUTS Perm for children'
women
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RIALTY.RIALTORRental and men by licensed beautician. Call HALl.Sr-21, Saturdays. 7' p.m.. and' pipe ,
LAKE REGION MONITOR Property: Available Debbie 473.4716.1/121tpd $Sunday, 2.5 p.m. Public invited. 1tfnchl /$ Bryan Ace Hardware Keystone Hgt:,
I lake Santa Pet 1BR.,' 2Bath CI home, CARPENTRY AND MASONRY' WORK !. 473-4006 1/5 tfnchg
473-2210, GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES AKC.Registered. .
$400/me. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS closed
large yard .
Building patios, additions, remodeling,
In Keystonei 2..., .IBoth home home and tile work. Free estimate meeting: Monday B p.m. Openme.tings Champion bloodline. Male

fireplace, $223mo.MoblUhomei Phone 473-4473 before 5 p.m. 1/5 Friday 8 p.m.,Alanon, Monday and' female; 'both -owned 'by ,seller.. ... ,
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Union County Ads I North of Keystone. 2BR.. tfnchg. 8 p.m. All meeting at Educational/ $130. $150.475-2105.1/12.19 .
1970 CMC FROZE CAMPER TOPS 3/4 tai!'
1 Vt Bath. Unfurnished, SI7S/mo. CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work Building Community Church 473-2790
I .....1_" ....... 4.,.. 2'i 8ath,;,quiet! kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. or 473-2130. I/S tfnchgOVERIATERS 'Lloyd little Lake Geneva Rd. -1/12'

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT neighborhood. $400/mo.; .,.. Reasonable prices. Call 473-2477 after ANONYMOUS No, dues, Itpd _
Commercial Frenteget In Melrose.. Off 3:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg fee. or weigh In*. Open meeting' --
latchitrlng Rood. For more Info oall:. CARPET 'AND VtNYU .repair and In- Tuewyi.7:30p.m.: Community Church HOUSES FOR SALE
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO-! TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. REALTY',' tqllotlons. Free estimate Ten Educational lulldl",. Keystone '
PERTYT If I dept have I I'll find It.Just FOR RENT Union County Time, 150 REALTOR 473-4941 > experience. Call 473-4117 and ask year for Heights. 473.2790.1/5 tTnchgBINGOl LEASE TO OWNi, Cozy lakeside 28R
a.k. JANE S. USHER REALTOR. Main Str..t lake Butler. Phone 1/3 tfnchg Craig. 1/3 tfnchoHANDYMAN. Monday night beginning Jan. 2 house W/fireplace, and huge 30 X 40
496-3126 or 496-2903." ."... "Your 496-2261 for Information TFN 10/1 All kind of home repair. from 7.10 ''p.m Percentage game screen porch. Rental apartment ortoch-1
Union County Reo/tor. 8/04 tf n 2 DIM Home $150 a mth. first and last GARAGE APARTMENTt lake Geneva, and fix-up need No lob too small. American Legion Post 202) located HWY 1.282.9392.1/5 tfnchfj: ,
mth In advanc. Prefer couple 150 edge of Keystone Height. Ideal for Minor plumbing repair Cleaning ser- 21, N. of Keystone. 12/29 tfnchg QUIET OEANi Comfortable 2BR. 2Borh,
PERSONAL SERVICES S.W. 5th Ave. Phone 496-3087 or .Ingle man. Call 473.3652.1112.19 vice. light hauling. Call Jim 473-3671 house In Keystone Height CH/AC..

4964975.2-chg 1/5 OFFICE day or _1"11. 1/12 tfnchg.SUSL'S : CARS,.TRUCKS porch. 48I-3109..1/12 tfnchg! .
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK AT BUSY' CORNER facing Flamingo RETIREMENT HOME AND' ,
Package deal; well drilled wot.r INSURANCE'MAINIS St but can be teen from SR-100 HAIRSTYLING CENTER All under one & BOATS MOBILE HOMES

pump., n.w Installation of septic, and SR-21 Intersection. Prime" location., roof. OFFERING: Certified nursingassistance '.' SALE
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tank, drain field and lift Italian. Call 473-3411.1/5 tfnchfl and CPR ,trained staff; 24 197S 'OW._""* Terenede"' 1000. ._. .
Mobil. home available. All work INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. PARTIALLY FURNISHED 3BR., 114' bath
pole* hour supervision for senior citizen; A/C FM/AM radio. Front wheel drive.
guaranteed call Tommy Dorman Lak. Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. mobllehome In Melrose area. large hot meal; day week or long term Comfortable car. Call 473-2210 or'', MUST Sail 1983'Greenhlll doublewldeby
2752151. UFN 9/1 Complete Insurance Service. TFN.. porch. Responsible couple wanted. toy: STYLING CENTER for the public; 473-4648 for appointment' to see. Fleetwood'' 26 X 56.. 3BR.. 2Bath..
CUSTOM MADE Draprlet. Valonc. and '-' 475-1368. 1/5 tfnchg precision styling for Men and women; tfnchg 12/1 garden tub. greatroom. CHI AC..

Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for LOSTFOUNDLARGE '''.: FURNISHED MOBIlEHOMBi !Large perm and hair-coloring. SR-32S Hampton JOHN DASHER VANSiWHOLESALE .' Whirlpool appliance Financing ,
FREE Estimate S and W Enterprise living room and 'porch. $170monthplus 4682619. 1/3 tfnchg available qualified. VA loan. May be
UFN 929NETTLES: deposit. ALSO: 2BR. furnished MH, WILL DO TYPING In my home.. Book PRICESOn seen by appointment only after 3 p.m..
TREE SERVICE Tree removal and RING OF KEYS Turn In the Union $160/mo. Call 16846634.' 1/5 report, resume, etc. Call 4732898. new 1984 Custom von. Starting at, 1.375.8607.1/5 tfnchg .
pruning. Also firewood oak and pin. County Times Office Main Street. 2... COTTAGEi with lake' front, 1/3 tfnchfl $13,800 plus tax, tog and freight. 13.3 2BR MHi In Keystone acres from Lake.

for tale.Call Thomas Nettle 4963823.ufn .. 1-pd 1/12 $300/mo. Call 473-3334 .282-1727. WILL BABYSIT In my home, Mon-Frl. percent bank financing. 1-73 441 Geneva. Nothing down owner,
Atachua, Florida 4633375. 12/22
12/22 1/5 tfnchglAKEFRONTi Write to Bonnie Bishop P. O. Box 408, finance. $69/mo. Must remain In park*
FOR SALE Furnished MH,10X44> Couple lake Geneva 32660. 1/12 Itpd. "74' OLDS V8i $1,100. Call, 473-7057.. Tax write-off. 373-4792.. 1/12-2/16 6tpd
only. Private drive, security light. 1/12-2/2 4tchg:
HELP WANTED
Mowing/water furnished J175/mef., INTER EYE CARE CENTER Office cateroct f 977 JEEP CJ-7| Oversize tire; S3k,000. Want Ads ,Get Results
Spin.t-Consol. Plano Bargain Wanted: plus .deposit. Call collect .lax. surgery,contact, glasses' '/4 mil. off Call Mary Lou at 473-2588 or 473-7508.. .. .
REAL ESTATE LICENSING In Lake City. Responsible party to .take over low 7258945.1/12.2631pd 7 CR-313 *o. Call 684-6558 or toll free 1/12 ttchg '"''.......w_......,..
IRM School of Real Estate. Phon. monthly payment on spinet piano. ( 1.800'3124041.11/17.2/23/84 IStpd. 1983 MERCURY"' lYNXi Automatic,. 4 I'!f Steve' Broadway .
755-4006. TFN 7114GOVERNMENT Can be seen locally. Write Credit door hatchback. Fully loaded. under
JOBS.$16EE9.$38,863y..r Manager: PO. Box 537 Sh.lbyvlll. IN NOTICE ;{' MARY' KAY' COSMETICS For a complimentary warranty, ..500 miles. Refinance ,TREE SERVICE:
Now hiring. Your 46176 4-pd 1526. facial call Debbie at balance. Colt 473.43371/121tchg 0 .
I ar_. Call 605-687-6000 Ext. R-1136 BRICK HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 3BORM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 4734716. 'rof..Illaauty Consul -; Removal '.
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4-pd 12/22-1/12: 2 811. W/W carpeting central to the Lake Region Monitor office tant. 1/12 Itpd. .: '. HE PWANTED Trimming : t;
Moke Money Working At Home..flooded air/heat. Fence over 1/2 acre land. In writing and paid In'odvoll ,
with offer Detailrush envelope 435 S.E. 2nd St. Lake Butler Phone unless credit I* .already established WANTED :. "Stump Removal
Splner Oep. 3-A 1406 Coral Ridge .Dr.* 496-3S234--peI 1/5-26 with this office. '' .ft/ MATURE. -REUABI.tFSM ito work "'I.port..em.sp 1zeeE8tlmates t.4kqii
Ponto Coda. Fl 33950. 1-chg 1/12 FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES OH space' c' MONITOR STAFF CANNOT'BE'HGIB' uiiqf. ,' i tP ; --. ,. on weekend*__. _. "
..J. .. #' ? ,. ,} t 1y.A Bartender f\l' .FIloii'S' torlwor
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S.wktg Machine OperWer N 4 >htporl.nc. r>Wheatvr- 4rak4'turrr -rablrl/t '" RESPONSBLI'rFOR'MISYAKB.t.N4 litfitchg',1. 473.263.1/5122tchg". !
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''ora.4 ,",' ",f ,," ,'. ... .r 1 J.r 1' helpful but not'nac..lOry. Mopl. end table. French Pro. Chest, CLASSIFIEDS WHENAD IS TAKEN OVER BABY' CLOTHING AND BABY' FURNITURE .473-4732 ,
Apply In person lake Butler Apparel. Maple chest, electric stove table THE TELEPHONE. :: v In good condition. Crib. Clothing for LOST/FOUND I ,
l-chg 112SATELLITE 6/chalr. dresser w/mlrror night ,Classified deadline to Tuesday..noon Infant, children. and maternity. Now Alter 5P.M.Keystone .
ANTENNA dealership stand baby bed complete, wood table prior to Thursday publication. taking On consignment for "Soon to FOUND Small Mock female spaniel with Heights i
available. No experlenc erequlred. 6 laddar back chair. Whirlpool Minimum charge I* 15 words for$2.74,, open" resale, shop. 473-7893. 1/J2-19 white around mouth. Contact'. Mr*. Licensed ft Inlur d
I Dealer cost for complete unit a* low a* washer new sofa bed 1/2 price, new then 10 cents for each word thereafter, I 7tcha Stonsell at 473-1714. ..I
$757. Retail $1395. Call DAY OR NIGHT couch 1/2 prk., couch and chair slop c .
3D3-574.4988.3--pd 1/12 :' py I joe sere Cedar closet dish washer,
4 NEEDED IXP. CUTTERS/SPREADER ApplyIn compelete twin beds, refrigerator more, 3iaiis k:e Ads.
1 person Lake Butler Apparel Co.: Lok. chairs date top bumber pool table, .
1 Butler. FL. 1-cha 1/12 buffet couchs and sofa bed, love 7tI1 IJI.\\. c .." ." '

1 WAITRESS NEEDED Contact Mrs. Hart atHarold's teat, table, chest, vanity, dreuer :FOR SALE". :rt ,FOR SALE ; C PERSONAL SERVICES SERVICES
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Restaurant. Phon. 4963478. 8 mile North of Raiford on' 229 to .. I .
1 1-chg 112GOVERNMENT Boyce road turn right 2752908. 1-pd 'i'1! J' USIEDGALVANIZEDnN.2ft.x9h$32ft. -- : :
JOBS Thousand of FIREWOOD CalL offer 6 Ask tor:' ,'FENCEi metalled.:'
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1/12 p.m. x 10 N., $3.50: 2 H. x 11 h.. 425.., CHAIN 'UNK Free'estimates' LANDSCAPING WARD MAINTENANCE
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j "vacancies must be filled Immediately. COON DOG Black and tan coon dog- Matt. 9648268. tfn r r 'Good condition. Ph. 782-3172. Itpd. .; Handy-Man Fence Co., \Free estimate County :licensed.:
1 $17.634 to 50112. Call 716-842-6000 male- mth old $100. After 5:00: p.m. POLLED HEREFORD WUt'Registerd. I:. 1/12 ., owner,Tommy Reddish. 964.8559.6/09'. 964-7)92) Call after, 7! p.m. bred.
Ext.,,35125.2-chg: 1/12 4962650.1-pd 1/12 month old. Good 4-H protect. $35O. 1/26 "" ..koneJ.. 13/29 3tchg 1/12 ,).
1, ((904)) 782-8308,12/22 4tpd lilt V, GRAND OPENING Steve Smith Sawmill.. DRAINFIEID ,ROCK., Bldg.. .,..anJiUmerock. ; ;'. SBWINO;' ,MACHINES REPAIRED Alt J
'Combindlion. Open 8:30 to 5 Mom Fri. 7 '
tt.m. p.m.,
WALK-IN FREEZER/COOUli o ,
top soil large or .small make* cleaned ;oiled.and .adjusted. ?
MAINES REAL ESTATE 8x6 ft. ,w/twoCopelod compressors mile couth of Starke, on East side of Ph.; BRADFORD' !"
182-.3172.
'foods : ,$13.' Work J f guaranteed James'?,: tStrlekloncl"comer
Dressed lumber and COX
.m Harr/erf Matnes, Realtor stainless steel floor;. 301. pine UMCROCK SALES tfn 7/14 Morgan'Rdand;
V397f $1500,00. Ricks SaIvago.9645184. I Itpd, plywood low cost, we Invite you stud to. REMODELED ROOM ADOITIONS'poln.ling ; .> Hwy 16, Starke. 12/29 tfn t"' j
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l r. ,.' 1/12 Sfe, compare'$1.50. our price available.pine'4682624. and plumbing'repair 23 year ex-; 1:JERRY'S EUCTRICAU Reasenblgprices! :', '

f REALTOR' 1971 FORD GARBAGI TRUCKS W/twl :1/12 Delivery 2/02 p.vioc..All work guaranteed.}; .Free estimates,. 24-Htt rvtce,t,. !". E
FOR SALE cyl dump. $2500; Forkllfts, towmotorr'" 4tchg '964-7738. 9/15 tfn *" .: t '468419.'19.'Hampton." !-4tchg 1726" -
Subscribe .h (3). 6.000 Ib*.; 0ne'1.000. S4SCO KINGSLSY LAKE AREAS By Owner- 2/3 EXPERIENCED AlffTUt Neat woritl'lntertor >I .
)v! ;-':., ,, f :WORK WANTED FOR TWO! Cleaning> of;'. ,
BR 2 BA, CM/A, Dot: 2-Car gar.'manyextras. '
all four' 10 motorcycle from ,
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1 2 bedroom, 1 bath CB home,.central bankrupt sole.Various sizes and conditions By appt. 473-7941. 1/12 2tpd ,hno lca'bi., rate*: .with good. Iteha 1112'f. i iABBA

j heat and air on V acre plus, outside. city plus lot of part Make oHoK( SIEGIER HEATER* Fireplace heater, with''fan. reference Call 96451171/05; fin OABBA DAWO PET <6ROOMING-! i:L
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Rick Salvage. 9645184. Itpd 1/12 W 1976 Oldsmoblle, Storll Very MACHINE CrIb to sire' ; '
; Lake Butler: limits. i QUILTING kind 838 Temple Ave,: !Starke. 964-7285VJ -
Call Vfcfcle FIREWOOD FOP' SALE Talbott' Wood, 'good hope. 823 W. Cypress St. Itpd 'Betty Hlwebrand.9M48132jV019rpd''' r/12 4tpd 2/02 =5-
.456-2281 I : Lot. On WIlMM Rd, 9645990.1/122'; TRAILERS PORIALI.17 ft. travel ;trailer; 'OJ/26 t6. : ; ; .tt .
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3 bedroom bath .CB homo, central 1119 boat trailer, ,utility trailer. Telephone, FLOORS'SAGGiNGt: FiOUSBtUNLiVSLINeed r BABYSITTlNd IN MY HOMEi'Ages I

: heat and air, Inside city limits on nice ASPHALT COMPANY GOING OUT Q?/. 964-......, ,evening and weekend ,,foundation, repair? \We can; $6 a day. Call 964-4494."Itpd 1/12
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QUILTING. TATTING;''
'' Keystone Hgtt. BUSINESS Must Mil Paver One misty 1/12 2tpd 1/19 solve. 'yoyrip/obem.i; Call ;for free' NEEDLEPOINT.
Call Dorlt residential lot., Roller Tandem,Low Boy.. 78 one tyn"; ;ONE GIRL'S 10-IPfED.IicYCLEL $63; one' estimates. LaRue. :'and" Clark Home Crew' .tltcl!.: Radiant $ter.Chicken'
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'413-2310, k' dump truck i Seal-coating equipments" I.mall|, trailer to : pull behind 'Repaln1904)284-3160vr, ; 2B4X7C 9.1lI4tpd2Q2 Scratch: classes. starting.,:.Call.. 473-3014; ,.
Hidden Hills Subdivision corner SK 100 /-264-0559r1/122tpdl/H: Jj yt i",. '!lawnmowerj' $135. Call 7823650.Itpd :, '' a : MIL'S 1td1ll1l11 SAW $HOPi CompleW.' ;


and SR' 121 ,. residential lots approximately J. '/4 .'*% FT, LONG TREATED MID w TWO BREEDER RABBITS Complete with ELDERLY:' (lOINJLEMAN I IWISNI.TOQARDI' i ,. ,service; circular hand,t carbide sharpening'chain** ,
Starker FENCE POTs $1.80 WHILE THEY. cage ft all for $40.: .3978. Itpd 1/12 Write P.O. Drawer J80,- '
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l / to 2 acres p.r'iott Owner 'ground and,
CattMary HEATING $ $73. Starker Florida 32O91. Willing.to
WOODBURNING STOVEi pay
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i64-t305 financing.. ,473-4764.:'.,1/11 Jtcke" 1/19 feu .' 304 N. Orange St..Itpd 1/12f : ''" ;. ,. chare.' off< hout-hotd eKpense, 12/22' Supply In Starke Keystone Helohfs'or.lake Building
-- ., It. ,FIREWOOD. FOR SALEt $SO pick-up truck, iBt1HOUSEKEEPERCOMPANION.P.rmq Butter.TFWchtf"" '
U houl mixed and split. 9647630. Itpdtr ,) .
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T : COLOR,TV* like riew $123: ; boby'bed. : ._nt. position fOl'.lft,. My,Must be. etc.,JACKSON :BUILDING;window.sSUPflYt*
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.$45' Man-chair ,$12.30V., 'hane.\>\k fluent,In:'speaklofl' Spanish;and; In ." "" ,.Order* also token In Lak.

I -,!!k IB # JANE S. USHER ::' \.MOBIUf. 473-4508.ltpd HOMR, SUfPUBSi"'12' "' Window*. and'*.. ,Spanish.,,'cuisine.1,=board/11' /Must. '"some.be truswvrthyaRoom sol colj..rr ." -''473.4973.2/24 Butted,496.3079: In W;.:Ksyikm;:.:,.!I....!*Nei t; ..If h/Ity 1/;""'.".'
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furniture. Bargain C.nferti'f' )" mile. 964-301 U i 9-3 1112"p rti"(MonidpM+' 'CrMairW, ,. :: ..., "" -7*' .,,-'.'+
REALTOR. 'Your Union ltof.49621'26 ,south at Smrke. 1C/2ftftt 12/22 4tw ; 'Ogte Tu*..r. ,rf. f tit 8iM
County ;COM: tI TVi $99 and up.Next.. to Stork.' //CHRISTIAN LAOVtWHL1: IA1YI1''YOUR; ,....-9 AM tH ) PM :
,Truck: Stop..,soulh of Starke..964-8212.; CHHO IN YOUR HOMCi Mon.i Frl. 8.00: '
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lake Butler ,":' ''DlMI'Contoct Erne Allen at,, WILL CLEAN Run, "
360 West Main St. F t Reosonoble.' 659-2349.
::. '.CHV Fish and Meat Market or phone. errand; .. THA PS YOUR$uf4NS*' :.
,'", *",$077. Itpd Via. : '0' $ ..Florahome.. :Itcha 1/12. .. ,: H ,. WANT. .. TO STOW THAT'S OuseAknhafes'Anonymous :
"' ti' .:;*, tXBi MOTOM*3V4 hp-Rued, pond $ *>..'t St': .,. ,,'. : '

!;t: FOR SALE New Mtlnfl-".. .. i Cell Hwood.,448-14904Hampton.., : Itpd :, i IUttNIIS ,I'.''I' ,"'.944-4130". ..' .964-$184 l H-ktJ

.Beautifully decorated spaciou.4 bedroom'home In.lake Butler. One of a Kindt Room_... '...Room..Spaco.' 4' ,1113'= q' '. : Nwi ilk Y': OPPORTUNTTHSYOUR 1*,, );.. ,AlANON.' P GROUT' .".. .Vfe
foot TABLEt y'r&ate' .400. Like 1 ':'i 944-6SM. .
I located on approximately I acre fenced and with pool ..IDEAl for entertainment..By Appointment Only... Priced. ;to.1 ,"' 1.485023*.. Jichy 11, 1 r ,. .' f'., .. 11/171Sfpd2/df.
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t below Replacement Value. Might trade for nice country home. .. I '.wN > an-5portswe, !; OOMMAftiFemaie to shore xpens.s7
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bedroom bath CB home 1. fenced..U mil. from city limit of. Lake Butler. Beautiful. llreploce :if' '", ,
i lovely 3 an acre .t ONE WASHING MAa.'Nir' 't" : :one.refrigerator 'Ladies Apparel. ,, CembinatlgnrAd.. Contcrq Debblery96i; t41t6. /23chs'''
1 frame has real country appeal No cloe neighbor. A REAL BUY..,. : : ... $130.: Good Condition. ';'cessorle. *,.large ,,Size Stare National' 1/19 "
.3 bedroom home In lake Butler on V acre/ Just one block' from SIt 121.$16,900. $OLQ. SOLO /SOLD t.t ; '"I7 2.5 *3,1oft.r6p.r 1tchg 1/12 Brands: Jordache. Chic- Lee Levi WW.BAViT CHILDRENi Age 3 and'up?(

j .3 bedroom home on 1 acre Worthington Spring area. Newly decorated. Inside and' out. Iles additional* ,structure In.. FURNITURE. !. FOR ,SALEt SkM;' by "side'reltlg..u .Vanderbilt; l od. Gurme Son,, Esprit Call Qebbia'ot,964-1626. 1112.2tchJt',
back of home. IDEAL for IN-HOMlIUSINESS. : ed one year $:V''mardtktg' '.$ftrlMonlo,-Colvin Klein Sergio Vcdentfl, 1i94o ;'
.Beautiful Country Home on beautiful homeslte with 14 pecan trey on 5 acres.Cent. H/A." ,W/W Carpet. Large 'i wcmher/dryen $328i complete double Evatt.f Icone Clalborne,Members On.. MK 11M... N4/2 Tu ;
1 Fireplace, Appro: 1800 sq. ft. plus double car POll.d yard end nice barn?; '; .. I ", bedroom lult. wVIIke new' eiatiresss'fb0i.wood 1y.Jitr l Mes 'Orosnfcotty Grown! 'st.Mork';:: 'i' 'fpls o.IM! Owih..SlJrkeThur "
stove.'refrfgerotorVdishwosHer, f. dinette, $93 HIA-hd.\. HettH He tr,131104< Otneri, ,p..900 to On',Monta1 '
.2 bedroom brick home Z blocks from Hospital. Cent.H/A, W/vy carpet; carport. $ .L'4:30. p.m; Onion "
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Nice country road '-:n't ',"" i .,)n r.' i...,.. eel go* Neuters i,.,..... w)l l4tectrk r,9lrbitcl'tlilTAdalj/f') ( ; ,

\ wooded :Paved rood frontage owner f ounce lovely homesrte ? mike (from city WmlnvA 'A y, j"-=' ers.n'mYrMt100J N
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S and 5'acre on lovely country road ecree*,from Old Mill '.,1 isle! tram Lok..IIutt.'tra..4bedroom. .../,:;.<* "+'.:,.,,#. ", u.'. : si. ....
." 2 bath ,*""w/fl reafaice l In the country located}Just ounid" Union County. off! SR' 291 floW. I iVr ;,,' j,....... We. I.... AUC1....; ,, ,
v (few fdmWS who work In Galneeyllle and. lake Butter; Shown- by app anent. : ,':to' rtIf/III/ .. .. ...... plnJ' 5 30 4alfltm FAR fNYi.
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CLASSIFIEDS; WHIN' W. Ci ll 468.1323. 10/07 Ifn. HOMES l ';
.b'I I tAKENYWER'af' "' : ttlglnaatghdi'dtbN'Siruk'. otoo). No::1)) i ,
;?THE TsuEpMONk .r Kir MIIN/lfPlCIENY: : Room for.rent at, FOR SALE 'lll; lPM l- .
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tooON. prior to Thursday pAYco3on.f} 731/bpenl.! &01( r ppfoj; 1'B/,"5811.' Equal!. 96f916 EOW/tfn VV, < O"; ..IWooiii.\ : ._. 3 BR 2 ;t :

Minimum charge I"T3 Word.Wlr.t51!*"'1 tit i ;43pMrMmty| Edipktyir.l/OS fetpd 1/12 CLEAN. MOBILE HOMES for rent, Ony! \ M-wjf< rien. 10cnt for each word thereofte. iiHSATURDAY. ,<,f1I lqItNJ( fAORDINA101L1sdotlnid.r'( Hwy. 116 W. Close to- prison. Call'STMOIO ,_.jyfrploee.! CHyA. fen.cedjkard wrtnln Wall and ..IooreNft.ytokl m
i' cll.nt training program for Sun.hln./ 6e-.J3I3... Or.07..tfn., \..,,"'". ...'ohoy' -.lkbmjt1: }f'OPi' cer+gd):::(kifbSFl.? .' t ; \ ) TE'WILLLGAR. 205 N. ToropleStarkB 1..13
Yt1 ) .'1.YAR ).S (Et Md.f !.ncI; P I.t""'"d 1IV ) + t .:/m "APAIITMENTK:vye.'krj'r( rmdntnly. r 144.026er4tL".M..r! : .-...! "{ .r R.polnandb'Greut '. .I '}q '

_. ... '-. -- ,,, vPiton p c90'd',rpfof I .jt Q plin I plr" roU*.Palm.Aportmeo 1*..3314.riJTem.. ..-4HIV. OF THE YEAR h-3 BM4; BAtS: ham*',. 9644578STARKE
,. ..-. ell.nt programming m..tlng. H.RSGuld.U. pie Awer7/20, "f: .Wnr t>*.FiriBncin.a" ayatlabt! ; PREFERRED PItOl'III11IS
.lA Alt Ut'Ws S. Cherry ..j OrganteaMan' and'ability' SPACIOUSi 3 BB,J 8A Sor\ >*,wJtli( ("MM* 1-448-1323. 13/Ovtfn0l' "

St. .S a.m.to 3 p.m; Weath.HH'II'I", work wirWHrlb1hr t .'oJhu t..B.S. In. West Call $.. Lotrof tr -agW.". No.' ..is.Coll' COUNTRY Snut r1.n buin< ( Rome In convenient RACJATO 1 HANDSOMER, Ml 2'% BA BWCK Hem>*i, htd e* ,

tinge lot .of misc. Items Itchg t/fianM./ Education R.hobilttlon4Fl.ld.or4'!\ 964.5827.11/03'Kn' city' .location.! Remodeled; huge I' AHr..Cfe,ce wI...*. gate. OH /RIB.I' .. *" .-,'
FRIDAY t CATURDAYi.Jonv, ..9*..mtil .. .%IrUncf Satary ptu -Inc.nllflt; NIC ROOM with,private both., 964t4Q3lrrt room, sppcl1L' 'jtlfchW4, '964-8569. -BUSIEST CORNER STARKEi IAQT an Hwy JOI x tS"
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f? Children'*'''and woman clbthlng- bony* from $13500; to 14,500 depending VACANCY.SOON One bedroom spars 13/lStfn ( '" on SR 16. Existing bWfl. 1 ample $45.000.

dlshe. other Item.;.Corner 61434 .N. ein'trolnlng and .perl.nc.| : Must m.nt. Carpet, drape, AC, walled t BIDROOM, j BATH CVB HOME itL.ntrgl .......... mI,. 103'.600.11',4X.' paving. .
Water and Adkln, sn ,11pif'U12'.' w jjc,' b. Brpdf ord County/1 r..ldnn Send potlo.-.Rrst end Jenf month. tenn.plu*;;I dV//heaf. -,Dlihwosheirfarbag' Payment fU.27.FOR
MOVING, SALIi ,SR230 fc. .Friday 'and r. um. to ftob) tdr1m.r'OIIcfor.; Sur>-' deposit Ph.,964-8MV.(Bradford,VIBag disposal stove. "refrltf.. ':'*' Ii;'''St rkil: "I. LEASE Beaut brick 2 BR.1 IA In bet 1oatIon.'ull" .

Saturday. 9-4'.Hoos.hold |imj; 1oy. ihlh* Induitrl**: PQ: :1ox !$09, S'a>rk., Apt.) 1/05 tin i ,- Owrter; flhOn'/ &I d. a;N'797.38eT2/24'' : '' furnished.' $600 ma. 1 I
clothing mka Itpd 1/13' < > ,t Fl.I '3309V.'*M-7699. ,Op-n,. !ntflfill.d.; 12x65 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, IncouMrylUnfurnlsh.d. ) 4tfhg 1/19 ," '- (I.->;"' i 'LOCATION-LOCATION! Brick I M. J IA-220 N,
SATURDAY JAN. l4i3OLoM Of"good, S163' month S300 ,LAR*FRONT-I1''" 6Wr4ERr: 'Beautifully' l' 'Mimosa Dr; CH' .w/1"1r heeled R ,.,.* .....I.: tml I

thing. also two cor...:3.mile north of I EXPERIENCED Ml rc\ntliiJ; ; Apply ai deposit 964-5734 afte i4 p.m. Taking's '' (landscaped 4'' bedroom.-tdrkre... block!\ BUDGET BUSTTRt Close t* IS 11_. 1 BR, IV* BA
301 to T.xtll. Town turn right. !4 mile Normans Pro uc.;'w4-607V 1/12 ,tfn, application. Itchg l/)2 i ,r-.t < home overlo'oklngPantlboVtarWtakr'' | : ". COUNTRY LIVING' AT IT* BEST! ) 3 Beaut lands.Ac..
on 'lft. 964-5730. Itpd 1/13 NEED EXPERIENCED CUTTIR/SPREADERl' 3 ,'.R MOBILE HOMEt' Ho'children, .n* (Rental l'lCom' ("from i 'apoHrnenf 10.af fol Mar, In'l.dA:7 Tp'*'. I> with lovely t I., J IA hem.,4......Sto.....
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LAKI HAMPTON OAKSi'South 'of Starke Appl/'' pr tn.Lak. ,Butlir,Apparel pet. '...7619 or 964.8614. Itchg--1/12: rrtoblle hOrlltlt.2'1.' 'a}:\'..-7e'1dk.'t'dHi'-S., Ask QUIET. RETREAT 2 Ac, w'/J BR. ; 2IA ,CH/A "homet ,
on Hwy. 301. -Baby furniture. bunk- Co.;;Lilo //Sull.r. 1tchg 1/13 FURNISHED EPPICIENCYM Twox room ; ",'og' 'tarpe; ':COlt! "fifJlt."tr..... for Randy or DawB9S46310 ......1_. Mar 'land _rl.ltl.MAGNOLIA .. :

oed, .c othing' tereo-.-color iV lot! EXPERIENCED SAlESPEWiONrMoit hov*) 782-3-45&"I/05tf"I., i .. --r> ,.!,?N)'';'(' StorQg. Uyildtirg'atcVlblll'oyr.tiill.h:' 5 ., \"! : t HOTllIS,...... landmark with, J5reoms

mor. Saturday! : ., Sunday. ,Jll7; .?> ouk nroblhs.;If you have the'd"lre to,. BEAUTIFUL 1 BR DUPt.IXJ$265 month mil.* fa"'MawthorriU on-'Hwy. 20. 5- cotton flWY:X>t a 14 1 >93 beths. 11.97 Sq. Pt. Vary clean. .
1tpd.l/t2..; '. .. m". mok4\ '.t.on.jfo hard {Work\.and have 1525 Celger Rd. lea.land deposit of .' Owh.rc financed excellent term*.Coll ...*'IF.Wl.UIt.' mini. AN EXTRAORDINARY VILLA].M, I Vi. IA. '

,OU, BUFFET AND)TEA U.Vllt..JIvI" ngrf.ar'bf" cold ''call,' pI.os. end $265.r.qutr.doAvbllabla.. Fr lntormovMtlanwcall .481-3167. .... or....481-3311.. -. .. .'-.Itpd-. .:! 1.2I.j. .. ... ,-603 N. CHURCH STiWell "built, .-*...,. 4 BR. CH/A I
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room ulte.. baby-cloth tmatrrMy..:? r.. m. to Rilral, Robte !3.. Box 1STtr 9M-7I53; 1/05 Stchg 1/12! :," - A 'f. 'SSJ.OOOiRDZM. Brick ham. CH/A. Fenced Ig. lot.
cloth**., and lots more.j'em... Sa.. :& Stark..'FI 32091. Itpd:! 1/13 MOBILE HOMEl BR;.l'/4,,Both 964-7065'\ f : S.- J fIII.11A. ,." I'. 1Jl VACUUMSALE -321 BLfTlER TERRACBi4/2 eo J Ms-Paean tree*,
MAN Itchg 1/12 '. 94-, : Flrepleoet'Cttthedrel Calling ,5, ,
Sun. all :
day..932 Euclid .
) $t. PIW! NEEDEDTQARIVISWIEPERTRUCIC 'PACINOOOLP COURSSiLevely lit, 2 BA; Own.:fin.'
064-8833,.,ltpd.1/U and .$ Experienced MOBILE HOME Keystone" Height t '. 'lShopedlRDReree'tloseWSthoeli 'I 1 ,'; -COZY 3 BR, 1 BA ClOd eur. St. Fenced. $2B,000 ,
but not obtolutefyMteceuary.' Call Across from Lake Geneva.Clean;Hnd? -neOl'i : >. > ...,V>;O HANDSOME '
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CARS A TRUCKS"' TEXAS 783-3559 after i p.m. Itpd .1/12 leaser J5Omlhf'fofAIried! brtunfoNni.h.da413.7729'i124fpd202 I 'VAPHA1, "",I.It.I", 't L. "l.rl." I NEW &' USED" FOREST 11E1GIr St3/2 sfacce 1'10. Ac. F.ne.dSRICK .
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need MFlninctrld151,800s
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11\. \ maturepercent I, .We Finance Our Own' on 1% Ac.'Amen. Country Club-"/.000.
: for' 'hort-'' KITCHIrUTTE FOR RENT Fully lomhh.drUHUEle. .5 CHASTAINCONSTRUCYIC' : I I"IAC..A"
17,CHIVY-IMPAL. I. 339:v-4.. Powertovrlho Storke.'Contaot customer tripsurroundlng:"'We helm' .. Underwood Molelv3t mile; 5 /rttl 1 ; W1to.rii*>> 'I' .'.< 1 .. KIRBYS' | entlqu* brick home.. Pecen tree*. ,

>owr brok.I'A'CS.do6rl.fstereo ;' Write -SF.F. ''Dlckefon.''Pre. N. en 301' Stork*,Fl. 1/12 Slpd 1/26.t 'b2n'r" .. (t..., ',.. .'am'FORSALE '.' ROYALS !FINE RESIDENCEi33 Ae.'great 'land 1J201 an 301, i
and radio S..at. 41T' N.' $1?ClaV Southwekternr'Petroleum Box 789 Ft., TWO STORY BR, Wi BA.HOMCi CH/Ai b.' ,, ..." ." ". .11 ,,. fiUREKAS: .' I !10 ACRES 8. New Hem w/Oreat Roem.$7,SOO., ,

5104.88725: tfrtlrr ; '. Worth Tx. 76101. Itpd 1/13' W/W carpeting,!fireplace.appliance*.'. ,' MnBIL uOA 4I: ";' ...- HOOVERS ..POULTRY PARMi34 Ac:,.2 homes.,.4 chick! % house-/::' I I
ISI TRUE you tori'buy( Bleeps foV'$44 DIRECTOR WANTED '.fo .Bradford:' SR-230 E. S350 FA, 964.6431'.ByAppt. ."'" :"' .- !JII.n .Ii I"r ROLLUX iFILTER' .14% AC OFF USiW, lowtey.,0_. fl.v I

through the lS GOII.rnm.nt-G.t the Hospital intr Center for'Healths! and ./122tpd 1/19.. i j', t "' : ': ',It,,,,. ", 81.II" .\'....' -3 BR 'IIAMI.III.IIOO.lllceI. cond. S lot*.., .. i

fact today Call 1'19"(312)742.l42.': .',. .,;ekt, : f pltnei*. .We or. looking :ifor an, .... FURNISHED APAXTMENTr KHehenVHvIngr I J c .. T. I QUEENS' -UO.OOO.MADISON. Farmer Cat-Main bldg. j f

1971 609,CHIVY 12/08 LOW TRUCKi lOl'l y\IJh..11 TIM tase1; : perlenced penon with a background InupervUlon 'room b.droomt$150 mttn plusSSO 'A:4: IAOBuiPA! )< SAL'{(r-('rth'o' ''" '' SEARS ? ,' ;'IGSENT IOADIV.ry' Ip.. weed.d lot. $500., ., I

T/H/Hi P/T/Rr 58.COO mile rl.wsolntlobs' ..xerde physiology and kecurlty deposit. No pets. ,,964.8071 ugt4 mobile, home*,.far .*,al t". Walter! i COMMERCIAL .1C WOODED ACr Hwy IB Hampton.'Make offers. .
| good::condition." 9646530.; 1233Hrf bqtlct WO1n% **". Philosophy tMS In" GRIFFIS LOOPS Trailer. for renOl*. Na. '"+ (Bud)( Alvarex Invites'you'!o com /W"<< We repair: all makes HAMPTON OAKSl Lot 25 wooded. SB.OOO.
; Hoolh Education PE Coll e071.1tpd'1/12'' FOR LEASE S BR brick. Call :
( --' or preferred. p.s.964- ad-5, brpw.ghwC1\ !' ( i 17..50l/t"? St. New p.InPag. lot
192 PONTIAC; MOO LEi loaded Asking W.Pln.sP.rsonn.1373d?470. EOE AfT KEYSTONE ClUB ESTATtSi! 39k13'BA< P9\alkC\ !.' .''Q., -9".or. ;l28.A682.11t I \A, .Al Young'sP : carport.
I' payoff.oppr.xlrtiateV $6800 964.6604i fit/ot.dtwlth( Santa' Fa' Healthcare!, CHI A.- stove, i refrlg.iS3Oa-m; hyf, .;cell! 1..y.:1t1'2: .J", 9 L Since HAMPTON OAKSt lot 2J.f Acre pirn. $..OM.M .
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; ACRES Prim land off SR-23S.S2.000 At:. ,
i JI97J anytime MERCURY I/OS MONTEREYr tchg I/W-! dr.tedan.- NOW HIRING 11" vOppor'tunl'tte; now 'I J 3 BEDROOM,. I'M' J Tl1d 5/I/, :.Se .Mi; .964-6918 -719' E. LAURA ST.i 22000. ,

.. On* owner, real dean. Sal**r/Trade.: availablen' | theStarkerarea; with- LAND FOR SALE appreciate. Lane 3, Branding Kingsley'' '' r -4.71 At. $11.000. 0_. fI... Wllwn Rd. t 230A.
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S 9647065. 1t4 \\/2. i Florldoi'Josl.st,,, growing'chain of Lak. (Off 320)). 13/01-tfn EOW : Mites north of REPAIR SHOP H........... Owner-financed.. '
1912 TOyOTA"S..Jz.:< 43WckJp' ;. tWB; neighborhood} variety stores. Retail' experle'tc LOTSrfracingrl.o.antGrovit: OWNER FINANCINGOxoO) 2 BR, 1 '/ .St fk"O'1.'I.S' 901t MH 3/2: en 1 .'...SOI. $32,000,
5 eed Ph. reawlredrPleateiapply.at! our) TEN 1 AC, BA-:"PatIO,"utility bldg..'or. I Iff x'110"IQItIn EDWARDS ROADtlf Hu Acre I,
$9,600 ;
; 1/122tchgI/lfl AG.1'4oppra; j ato..'locoit d at: 312 W.Madison St., Rd..$3,993,S40Q,,.down>.,$70; .month; 'cIty.oft$tof'k.+68.1323.j.t2/o.1.. .
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Starke. 9ft,7S13.c Eagle' hFqmlly DI.- Call 964.5606.9/15 tfn <'). ;< 1Rs . ,
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$2500..4734904i. (Itpd; ; i f{,r. count Stor.s,Jric( :,eOf:. .1f hg 1/13 THREE 1 ACHE LOTS on SR-221.-Brook.r. BY.PWNERt(For Mle.- BR. 2 EAM/H,ark 'RSA COON.YrNM11 IAVWM OunAW M4>*4T* .
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I97B TOYOTA)Longbed, 4-speed; radio : /MX: ,-X' Rd. $2.995. $300 tfh'dowq.c, ). $"S3 a month.; ona'aufe in City,Qf.'ork.., ..Ar.aG loco- 'Nova wAr0r'.14f. .tAVMUUIN14l.l2Mftlr.o'i,
WANTED 9645606.15
hea' : e7.fCUfIUHJ) e E ft.\I..' ,. ,.... ..1<1' "" ..ft'AWl APPROXIMATELY'RWat23, )..C Ef on Ttoti tion. Close In..Avallobl..tolloo 1.$. 19Mvl I I
$2J.mofl tpd., 1 < 51JBRODBPLIOHEDla13FTMt l IxiTRt2AQ IA IRU11NS1t i al, "'yri-I I .... w .1 .u "
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1979 FORD COURIER. ] 33mpg. Highest' prtef; pold.Gr-.en'* Welding Wilt' flnane' 'at1 'JOX '|ntl. !r bft... tbft. *' 3 BR, 2 BA. $1,000 and J
.$1375 cash (Pron. 73-4508l' equity IQk.Alp
4 : Shop 301 South.5tork.,;EL 964-9007.! 964-6530. : 2/08 'tfn' r' .
Coll .734456.1tchSl'' 1/13:
1/12 CAMAROriaSd; ': 11/O3lfnchg, 8'/. ACRESt 'On mil* (ftor 't1'f'of Sian .: SEE eeymenM TO APPREaATEc. 3: BedrOnm. dKBbtk.:55500b 1 T ffl aw aw T Bv Or tiT aW BT WT*TLM if fl ff 0*
1971 en8lniv6utonwllc} ; AXLES: AtlMJi'For moblle'homes..Oln'! Owner anxious"-'to left. "C ll181315J1'5637 ,Costa *
1975 DODGE. :36O: '.ngIkN Your eholc., $700 964XWW43. '3tpd 10/13 d" -r. ONI ACRE LOTS Facing FortytrV'ttd. (Off :330Mtchg 11'12' For'Sale Quality : ,

1/26 SMAlt PIECE OP lAND fordoublewlde 54.000.$460 down. and',$70 /rtortth. $399' ,
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mobile home. Call 964.6020 or -S--- .. .R
964-5606. 1/13' tIn rrErl "
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964-4253. 1tchg.1/12 i iii *f Rent R.or*'$30 month We -Work

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Accounting 4 Tax" .New Cabln.tt- Cucy H1II'r@ed W..VI/' 14osldontlal Workmanship

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Next /o.Post OM1np .... 'n .. : :,. .. : 9ayY.arr,
475-2199. 30 y ;< .qrm. t' ...SAL.'E."RhRE.'T. MI"'dl.burl"' $ ," fla..q''t, .'

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Ir l .. Y.ar. $9 million damage tovomeowners. laUAI NOOSING "
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hous wlf.. r.lr.m.rlt ;.tcr h !"1" \ : LONGC Mf' fraMEs' I *",ftfl tor .... *, front' porch**, J''beautiful j.v

t'. .. .keft.e'r. iIIfari' ''IA.8.: FLORILAND 13C5raT 4 Mobile shodlot.., ., fruit'treesL 6

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LA j 4arry Gobbler'Hunt in nipBllittdint,

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..,....'.", ,y ',''I Vi,i Applications for the Camp Blanding bunt" he Mid.Stockle .
y : rI\ I r Wildlife Management Area spring also reminded senior>>
'} ,:;W' '" gobbler hUnt have been available ciUaenIJi qualified disabled persons
i i ll x/Mlrxs 'I, f Oglesby'' :ik: } since Dec. 30, 1983 from the Game dien under age 15 that they
''' and Fresh Water Fish Comn)ission'a are not required to have a quota per-
tlIM snYnt :. ,. .. ,;\ regional office in Lake City. mit. to participate in the hunt.
,' Four hunts will be conducted!'on' Applications: mayAbe' obtained by
the area: March 17-19; March 20-23 writing the Commission's Lake City'
April 21-22; and April 23-24," aid Art office at Route 7, Box 440; Lake City; ,,I''
Stock!,wildlife biologist for:the Com- Florida 320S3.or calling (904)> 752-0353
\" l\\ mission.hunters. or toll free 1-800-342-8103. "
wUl.be allowed to apply applications must be postmarked -.,
245'Deer'lulled in BlandingDown r/ for all four hunts, however, they will by February 12,19844t f,\( '

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from last season, 245 deer were killed, in the three bunting 1 areas of' 4' I"
1 'Camp Blanding during the 1983-84 season. : > .' ; ,
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Totals were compiled after the closing of regular deer season.' Sunday, High Waters' Create Good River Fishing : I IHigh
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January 8. 'I. v- '. "I 'I'
An unusual balance deer taken out of the north still hunt
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:than In the south dog range. .. -,' '.... I, water on area rivers can mean outstanding' fishing, success wai
81 bucksand 64 doeswere taken from the'north range compared to 81 disaster to homeowners but apparently recorded," he', stated. Krummrich,'
bucks and no !does from the south range. it means a bonanza to local said of the 70,000 fish harvested in a.
Six bucks and 13 does as well as two turkeys were taken from the new archery fishermen according to the Florida three-month period, 85 percent were
area Blending : '. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commist bream species. This represents 2JM '
.Other animals taken in the north range'were; 3 turkeys, 25 hogs, 103 quail sion"Last fisheries biologists.flood fish harvested per mile of river ,
spring's conditions
and 227 squirrels. A total of 12,000 hunters entered the north range.- on
the Suwannee and Santa Fe rivers "The.:;redbreast sunfish was,'the"
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{ : which sent Homeowners in'search of easiest fish to -catch and fishermen
Oth r animals taken ld the south nge'were one bog, 45 quail;.and Trr'lIQUirrels
higher ground was \ beneficial to who soughy only) redbreast had an excellent '
{ under hunter pressure of 15,000. : < ".'?:;:...i.;; 'ct.;;';..I fish and fishermen said Jerry' ., catch-rate' of 2.58;fish per:
: '. ) Last season 303 deer were killed in Blanding:Reason far the drop In tills Is,;'; Krummrich''. fisheries biologist forth hour," be'said.*' l '" '" ..-
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according to Blanding Jim Garrison. } *v"' "
range Biologist i w, md the jor th'' \'Iy'
<. r Hog kills were down from 52 the previous season to a total of" 26.this(;season fish wuruej to, I 11. rivers, > ,209 hours ':", -" ''"
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.I The Florida Game and Fresh: Water" GO with the WINNER.

t e Fish Commission will t>conducting ,. .
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Florida during January. *? ) We win SAVE MONEY! 'Used
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"This is. opportunity: for the-,. :
Victor Grif fib holds head of deer bagged in Bradford .public to express concerns and Oyu -
posed changes In wildlife and fisbingf Ion
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laws, said Major Larry Martini; ,, ..fvd,. ', rl'np.: o Fit
regional manager for the Northeast' t ckse H, Syr
Wildlife Region.: :. TERWSLLEGAR eA
Alert.Payg.Over$2,000'; Scheduled dates
meeting .and .loca-V
1//' ,Lions are as follows:. : : \, troy '
r I Jari/16: P ')'-Vo-TechCenter. *, MOTORS
Wildlife Alert, a citizen-funded program -' tin, stated.' Jan. 17: Jacksonville-Independent'! .
continues to be very successful ''Persons' wishing to report'wildlife Life Auditorium. ; j
in northeast Florida according to the law violations'' should call the Com- Jan.19;> GainesviUe-Alachua Count 7+ + I I'. h1
Game. and Fresh Water Fish Commission. ''mission's Wildlife ,:Alert Hotline at ty Courthouse, Room 21>>. i- ,

""During 1983, in excess' of$2,000 has 18003428105. .' All meetings.* will begin at 7 p.m. '
been paid to individuals who were ,,-
concerned enough to call the Commission
and report wildlife law viola- J' 1984
tions,"' said Major Larry Martin,
regional manager of the' NQrtbealltRegion. 801
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"n addition, over 220 persons call- .
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ed to report violations but declined, to,, 'd",.
accept a reward," he said: Turbo'sElan's
The Wildlife Alert program on a ,A,' e' 1 01 ,:, ,
statewide basis has paid in excess of
150,000 (in rewards since 1979. : SR"21.fQ Next! ;$1' Ke stone Hgts O
".As a result of Wildlife -Alert calls; ( .tp Keyslan. ; gp! )j'\\ 1 ,'WP "-'S".W-.V' **IWJ.PJ'WVflR'M &S''ff' 1''P P VI"fl--"

98 arrests were made for a'variety trf QPEN' .. MONDY.5ATURDAY De> U iInvoice
wildlife and fishing violations," Mar

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from page 8 100%,guaranteed'' : : : Deluding caps separation! M( r'r Includedl!

& rood hazard, for the )fife of tho tire. i
Mr. Yarbrough.was the retired. 4///: '
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former owner of Simmons, Food Service r,,
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Survivors include his,wife;. Roxle I i
Yarbrough; one daughter; Rita
Waters of Providence one son -Johnv'* '
Yarbrough Mandarin: \ anelluee ,REVIVALClay
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Funeral services were held Friday, '
Jan. 6,. at 11 a.m. in the Blanding Hill I 'Baptist J Church
Chapel of Rivermead Funeral Home, .
with burial in Jacksonville,Memoryr" T:
Gardens. o9d 218Pastor' Bill tffendrlcksEvangelist.

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Card of Thanks
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Boyce EvansJANUARY

Our heartfelt thanks to aU'who extended '
comforting synpathyand help J
la our recent sorrows For the, H MimM I / si
beautiful service,floral offerings',and : 15 '-. 20i:30p.mm'
other kindnesses, we< are deeply" : ,
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For Your, Nome-Entertarnmenl I ,

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