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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: February 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04351
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nu' 'Enough ,money is' In county coffers Ridge 'Subdivision; off SR-21', and on.
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to pave,the 2.6 miles of Laura Church, Santa Fe Lake almost to Melrose::: 1'
i Road and Burt Ellington; Road northeast In adding the three new projects to '
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Brown. Lawrence Mosley'said the, Eunice!
County commissioners are. anxious Loop Road is one of the most traveledto
begin work on the next paving project in the county. Road Foreman
; and the Laura Church Road tops Crawford said Eunice Road causes

rr >, & I the five-year priority list. Commissioners his department the most problems of
w 1 : Vt y +k ik I / a want to 's ow.''county voters most,any road in the county. -
% I the four-cents per gallon gasoline, tax. Commissioners agree with Roadis
going to pave new roads. Foreman J.B Crawford that on the
I Next move will be to secure rights' next paving '''project the'.county/will
of way for ,the' road mistakenly hire the limerock hauled in. Crawford
thought to have been completed. and commissioners think they lost
''Laura Church Road was presented'' money' :on the Speedville Road .by'i
as the county's top priority when commissioners i hauling the IImerock'.themselveS. It
met with officials of State had, to be stockpiled and no telling,*
5 I Department of Transportation.-lilt how much was'lost In transition, paid
fit 'w "cf in the district DOT office in Lake City, ';Crawford.. :
Clerk Brown, says that with .the- .
state road tax, derived from the 6th' DOT Project Plans..., ..'

and 7th and 20 percent of the 8th cent ,John Colson, DOT 'deputy district
f ', of the state gasoline tax, plus what is engineer; outlined state DOT projects
being collected' from the county planned at the Jan 15 conference in
..t', gasoline tax, the county has enough, Lake City. ,-.' '

.R ,..... money to pave the ,Laura Church Leading fhe.list Is a $300,000 project
.".>"" 1. I1\'. i Road, based on estimates made from to resurface SR-21 within Bradford
\,, \ i ., 'r..I...., the cost to pave,Speedville Road, the County to Keystone Heights;DOT will
I. ,:t. ,,. .. last project. then turn that portion of the road over
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Clerk gown says 4-cent: per gallon' to the county. Bids for that repaving .
,}.. ) I- ,gasoline tax collections are about as work are expected to be asked in
I'r. expected some$21,000 per month, but February.
r/"' : : that only two payments have been Carter asked If the county might
.!' I f Nsr k'4L' received since the'tax went into effect donate the road to.Clay County for
: I In Sept., 1983. The state is about two maintenance along with the northern
"' + h months behind in making payments end Clay already owns. DOT District
__ L o r p4 says Brown. EngineerWalt, Sklnner',sald it might
The 2.7 miles-of Speedviile'Rtiad' be better to pay Clay to maintain that
cost some $160,000 to pave. Due to increased ;.part of the road. '
prices commissioners guessed A $2.2. million ptoject calls for
'j4 t it might cost$250,000 to pave Laura :, resurfacing US-301 north front Starke

Church Road; including-,tn' building:.I ,to the Clay County liner Bid for that
Of bridges. :--.' !,. I Pl'bjec writ be IClughi in Jply Colson
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;south, near SR.18at, Hampton and
I' t Extension of Bessent Road to. meet construction'' of A sidewalk from.the
IT Flume'Road, about\ 3/4 miles; Orangewood Apartments to SauthaideEunice
Elementary School. The sidewalk is
I Loop Road, north of 1984.8completed by. the start

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\ .. Forsyth off 'are no' plans to- repair' ,
J .' SR-100 just south.of Starke. railroad crossing onSR-230 in Starke: I
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r Again postponing a decision on ,Spengler'all said, the fairgrounds i

WW l aS 3>-. .,CT >.'".>.- -tMUSKWaMaking ",, ,.. where for to build a practice driving their first choice.: A : '
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range cornAll five board members again I
mercial truck driving course school stated they will place ,the 600,000,
the Past Count... board members looking '
are now at square foot driving range on the FFA-

.The oldest commercial building on ,Call Street In Starke forma the building, fronting Thompson Street adjacent to Merle Norman Cosmetics,! Camp The Blanding.county fairgrounds site has farm unless a more suitable site can I
backdrop for this Interested group viewing the historic area after last week? had a wharf at the rear to unload freight off the railroad. '. been abandoned i be found without additional cost The
meeting of "downtown" merchants and property,owner. From left: Jim Board as .a possible'"siteafter board has been advised by attorney

Dill, E.L Matthews Jim Moss Joe Agius, Paul Weaver of the State Bureauof Current hope is to get a'move slanted to restore old f building of historical< (Jim) School. Lawson reported Member-the1 truck'J.R Terry Brown that locating the.range

Historic Preservation, Bill McKetchnle, Mike Cooney Harry Green, and significance' Including ,,a- viable commercial operation\\tbat will attract, driving range is too large for that site,, on the'FfA farm. "will require, a zoning" .
Betty Allen. (See story on Page 4A). tourists ?..1} ,,-sWf.,;! and adjacent property owned by the change.
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A general mercantile business was operating In the building, known as the The historical district Includes some buildings from the old county court, '1 heirs of John Diggs cannot be bought. origlnal'sita
Rlcharde-Pace building In 18ST. The 127-year-old structure now houses an thouse on US-301 to-a block, west of the railroad which Is ,Cherry Street;,' Board members Lawson, Judy planned. for the truck"driving range...

antique store and furniture business facing Call; Street. The original Oldest commercial: area Is adjacent,to the railroad ,..< Becker. and,. Chairperson'"' Patricia: fsee,Decision.pgoAiNew ; .

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The formation of two new Florida ing a total of 231 officers and enlisted' the past several years;There are now,< ., Florida Air National Guard< 'is a'"compliment Air 'Guard and''have'the "greatest five-year plan to significantly expand
Air National Guard units at Camp, personnel.An some 200 fulltime National Guard per.:* to the I highly professional per-' respect for their: capabilities/1, ; the size of the Florida Army and Air
Blanding was announced Wednesday Air Base Defense Flight and a sonnel at Blanding. Millions has been' ,iformance of the:;Florida :.National Congressman'Fuqua said the I'' National Guard.These units and their
Feb.:!.by Governor Bob Graham and Civilian Engineering Squad will be spent in new construction',over' the 'Guard,'" said Gov. Graham: ;/.Tor" "expands the ;announcement training mission will continue to place
resourcesof
US Rep. Don Fuqua. activated in late 1984, the first Air Na past five years Including a new at.f.. more than 20 years the Florida'Air and its importance Camp Blanding'and' the Florida Na-
new enlisted king : .National Guard has had a Real World Camp Blanding places tionaV' Guard .at'a :'state
tional Guard units to, be headquartered mory men's clubv higher ,in, the, defense high of
The mtove means 30 new fulltime' at Blanding.. and sewer work, and ncwr barcI' mission. the defense of the US air readiness as ''''a member of the First:
I personnel will be hired and stationed racks which can now house the entire : space) from", Charleston South organization. Team in National Defense, .
at nearby Camp Blanding. Two It Is continued buildup in fulltime 4,400-man Florida National Guard:;: [Carolina'to Homestead, Florida and -Florida's Adjutant General /Maj. Personnel will be assigned to Blan-
I million in new construction Is plannedto military personnel at Camp Blanding Brigade at one time. ,' #&& .have performed lit an outstanding Gen Bob EJnsslin: called the assign: 'ding in mid-summer,, to make ready

house. the two new units, number- as activity has been stepped up over 'The award 'of, these units'tothtl'k. ; manner..I have flown with. the Florida menu"Another, important! step in our, for,. "the new unit'.
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. J ..>"JM'ltI'b"- "T'f d I, iI.' .i".. ,' '.t,11*3, .. }" March 13withthe; Pm! .. space as UI8Y"ca..o&' some'Corn- House members,circuit judges state Sheriff.Dolph Reddish Property Appraiser -
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j 1 .: .' Democrats'will a lehtFtludtonfusing .Republican have w a*.* proMem. officials county commissioners,,an2| .Etrther Hall Su t.of Scteri Tom
I i.I" Study Dvfff.'C.h! rt "transplant' .patient, with, or wIlTto. .live, ballot which'lists convao-' s Only the name.RcneW'.R "8SK to,an.. school board members ._ 'Casey, and .Suosrvteor; ;o? Electlonu
; ,! r ,,! ; ,,'1 I' 3 ; ties delegates In.addition to 14ta ; the ballot/- '. {., itn Locally, the ballot will include blab Nwa Flynn
I! <'""J+ *f Director.>M;; ,,.,.?'. nu'A\ i"ll.! i .M:'" t.'V- 'i'gtr'pherGs \C candidates for the Democratic fnomination. :'lWOv'atioHt. '' pet'CIeI1t.oId' 2 U.S. Ren.Don fuqua D-AItha; Dist. County ''commissioners. hi 'Odd-)
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3 CltfniiiMLiijMity! a t Leadeirs I / Honored by Chamber '

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Three leaders of various phases o'i'" by the troop during his tenure as Chamber exeetitfv@ director Mike Trustees. >},v" ,'
Community life were h';j scoutmaster. Cooney, and large, mural size Among the guests were members of
L&i1tJ&1Jfm! outstanding! services at .. 11 Student the Year Award went to photographs of Call Street scenes in the legislative delegation, Sen. Bill
banquet oftheStarke-Bradfordl_ Michelle Stillw.ell, Bradford High 'the early years were displayed from Grant D-Madison; Rep. George
ty Chamber of Commerce(Saturday: senior, ,for her outstanding high collections at the City' Hail and Ole\ Crady, O-Yulee and Rep. Frank
night, Jan 28, at the StarkeCamtry t >t? & school record which includes four Bradford County Board of Historical Williams D-Middlebufg.
Club.'J', years of cheerleading, four years on .
I the Student Council, serving in all of-
A sellout' crowd of
j some 180, fices; two years in the National Honor
: Chamber members and guests heard
Society, serving as president;;'annual
a Incoming 1984 J.E. <
president Tomlini I I
staff and business
J giS? 1 describe for manager; Key
son objectives the new Club, Spanish' Honor:Society, and
&e kiet year which will include) support of efforts Quill & Scroll, "' <
of a Downtown Progress Com- StillweU's honorS"also include
mittee, organized this week One of ; '
Outstanding FRESH
Award in
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the goals! will..be.to; make. the..Call ". track; U.S. .Cheerleading Achieve- I ,; ;..
Street business area more attractiveto ment Award; ",Who's Who Among HAMBURGER
travelers along US-301 by ems American High {School Students; ,
phasizing its historical ,significance, Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership
and appealing to the tourist trade. Award; Student Achievement Jt.99C

Recognition Award; JBHS Academic
Arthur Kennerly) ,Jr., of the Florida Achievement :Award; Daughters of r.v .x
Department of Commerce, offered American Revolution Award; Senior ,, 1 Ib. or 100 Ibs. ,
Humanitarian Award... the 'services of that agency to any Superlative, Best-All-Round; BuS <
business with trade problems. lie said Homecoming Court, and PRIDE ',, ,> U.S. CHOICEShoulder
Mrs..May Belle Whitehead is recipient of the Humanitarian Award for that 40 percent of everything shipped Award for creative writing, Florida ,, "" ';. ,
her service to the needy Chamber Vice-President Steve Denmark is the, from the U.S. to Latin America goes Commissioner of Education JI or
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presenter. through Florida ports, which are' The Humanitarian Award was
U.S. CHOICE
becoming the .Import-export presented by Steve Denmark, -to
crossroads of the' Western MayBelle (Mrs. L.K.) Whitehead fora CHUCK Round Roast
Hemisphere. The Department'' of "lifetime of dedication to seeking
Commerce is ready to help any help and comfort for those'In need.' ,ROAST $'
business or Industry sell its productsin In accepting the award, Mrs. 6 9 1 98 '
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foreign markets, Kennerly said. Whitehead credited others especially 1 lb.
r A members of her family, for assisting STEAK
He David Montgomery, who retired: her when called upon. Ib. n
Y + Jan 1 after more than 25 years as An appreciation plaque for leader- .
t Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 70, ship during the year was presented to 'END CUT I
received the Oustanding Service past-president Dallas Mayo by the f
Award, presented by Chamber vice- new president, J.E. Tomlinson. 3 I
L r A4'1rA president Richard Welty. Montgomery The following new members of the PorkChops $16,9
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4s in 1957, said, "I've seen a lot of boys 'Steve Denmark, Eddie Douglas,G.K.
become men whileIn, scouting. It's Ely, John Miller;; Byron Terwillegar,
,S one of.the best things a young personcan and Susan Faulkner '
be involved Montgomery is I An interesting slide show of old and SUNNYLAND ENTER CUT
1 proud of the 14 Eagle Scouts produced 'new Starke scenes was presented by

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David Montgomery receives Chamber's Outstanding Service Award bu. %, 1/2 bu.
from Vice-President Richard Welty for his 25 years of service as a Boy

Scout leader. Mullet Ib..CCITY

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Michelle Stillwell, daughter"- of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R, Stlllwell of New sa'e29995
River and a senior at BUS, was recipient of the StudentoftheYearAward i Reg. f349u
presented by Chamber Manager Mike Cooney.

2 Dixie Bedroom ,Suites '

1 Oak" .' 1 Pecan, 'I, -

Triple dresser, mirror, door chest,, ; l.

Short Takes... 'I rt I 'headboard. and nice stand ,:. t"o. ,


Jerry Clower Show Set Feb. 11... Reg. I344oo sale, $ 99 5, \' ',' '

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Tickets are on sale now for the Jerry Clower Show being brought to the
Bradford High Auditorium Feb. 11 for two performances, 7 p.m. and 9 Only OneSlightly Used .
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p.m.Clower, a country singer-comedian,has chosen Starke this year for a Dining Room Suite
'recording session of a new record. He works with Josephus &The Ghost
Riders Band. Bassett, distressed Pecan finish,'
Tickets, costing'$7 per person are on sale at' the Chamber of Commerce lighted China, table, 5, side Of 1 air chair
Settles True Value Hardware, Stump's Dept. Store, Chub's Sportswear *
Andrews Drugs in Keystone Heights and Lake Butler;Sears Store, 0-KOO-
Shuford's Station in Lawtey. Out of-town ticket locations are Berry New 1195oo row' "',,' ,.
Basket in Cedar Hills and the Bell& Howell office, phone 396-0286; in the .
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Koger Office Complex in Southside in Jacksonville,the University Box office I.J,,
in Gainesville, and the Sound Gardens in Palatka. > LargeSelectlon r <";,
,; The Jerry Clower Show is being sponsored here by the Bradford High \ ,< *:$,
,\Band Boosters Association. [ 'W
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A community calendar listing community events will be kept by the t.tN
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is to coordinate community events so people can phone the WicedFrom' ;., I
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events, according to Manager Mike Cooney. .
-Groups can call to see if their events conflict with church meetings or .
other events. 'Swivel, 'Rockers -
'* ,-Individuals can call to see about dates of events. .
",' ." .People from out of town can call to find out dates of local events. Solid Vel et j. 5 ,Colors {
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;:'either by hand or mail, says Cooney. The Chamber address is P.O. Box : $ '

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Good Will Industries will move its place.business, in Starke from 139 "'"(
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The new location will be in the building facing US-301 at the Bradford 'Many Styles 'and Finishes' r l t:. :'" .
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)=. ::- |t.Di thouse' in'375-0209 Starke; phone,964-8092.Toll-r;ree for County..;. ,,: I : : ] F'U'RNITUR\E '

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out. was not furnished a final draft in timd Board member' Judy Becker sug- ,
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.of south' 'meeting in which ratification was ex fcducutlorv: I ;has personnel who can '
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contract < disseminating information and to 1 ;
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ceremonies Jan. 20 at Starke areas a1A. I'
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:Bradford County Students to be Fingei

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If parents consent, Bradford school Rev. Langer represented the Starke 'students was'discussed: but ,
students will be fingerprinted in case Woman's Club, Kiwanis Club, and when board member J.T. .
they are.kidnapped.: Sheriff's Department,he said. pointed out the prints would be j
The, Sheriff's!Department would do Kept at home<; whereas a III
Rev. Warren Langer pastor: of the the actual fingerprinting\ Rev. record file is kept In'a vault ERV1CEHARDWARE/:

First United! Methodist Phurch: .. of... Langer said. lock. .., .. A'': :
Starke rpr$sented:l the idfeiSto i One!.1 i Tb :fli1g iti36t8tWtfUIcB> Peeled in \ I ,
.. '' school fiaaid Monday night Jann.30aafflool' the student s permanent recordC'toI"eeAhl he fingirprlntlngfli : ; ,_ ..,we,,make artlfiC,at 1 Ityier arranger is. I
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stop by and' :vote for PaddedToilet

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photos will be on 500 Lb. Capacity Seat

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ownt wn'Merchants Explore' pii, ::1itM"hs to. -'Promote< > > "',lain i '' S :'f-: 4 l,



'( The of additional lion Earlier Weaver had told the \ _. '
possibility pulling Trustees pointed out ihe. M* : u t r f .f11
;', trade from motorists on US-3QI into group the first step in this direction filling the now vacant fuildings possibility dn _' ,:
, ,, .. the historic area of Call Street in would be to obtain a survey of the Call Street with tdu i'st-orlented "'
Starke was explored at a Thursday, area, for which he said grants are f'i'' :,1
:: Jan. .26, meeting of concerned available to pay 70 percent of the cost. shops shops,, such etc., as that antique'tores would craft ::: A_ .. Lftr! 4 "1 "D
business people and property owners Weaver also said that tax credits of tourists appeal to 2.... Q "
,. at the Chamber of Commerce. 25 percent can be obtained for workon "Starke entering IS the area. t -...I{ ;
fortunate -
to be located or -- 1
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Paul L. Weaver, historic sites -, buildings in areas designated as US-30L and not affected : "
specialist from the Bureau of Historic historic districts. To quality for tax terstate by the in- '
Preservation Tallahassee, on a walk- credits the work must conform to the highways' which have" bypassed (1'':
towns and cities
t through tour of E. Call Street after the historic theme of the area. said.many"With Matthews -
meeting, said he was impressed With E.L. Matthews, president of the vehicles more than 20,000( 1
I. the: potential of the area for restora- Bradford County Historical Board of passing through here daily, .'1'

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we should be able to i 1 II! 1t'"'_ :
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J j 1.)HV; Business and History MixTo them." "'. ,. .... ;:
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Harry Green, owner of a business Contractor G.K. Ely spoke in favor1of pledged support 'Cooperatlon '
block and a auto parts store on E; Call landscaping,, attractive* street improvement project. ;
University -
of Street designated historic district Street, said that many small towns innorthwes lighting, and other,beautification efforts has also been the I' ,
those us who see them every as a Lum- '' of Florida School of Architecture in
Georgia Reynolds, In' the downtown business
day, the old buildings along East Call was one of the best attended his ex- pkin, and:others, have done a great district. restoration district planning. .j'' '

i. Street are taken too much for granted, perience. job of, 'restoring' their downtown The problems'of additional parking Adopting the title",'"Downtown' organization Progress '- '
an'
and viewed as relics of the past with lit- Along with the designation as a districts to become '\ tie to do with the "real world" of today. tractlve'part of the community.. in order to provide better pedestrianaccess was and of ef- '
historic district would come tax credits study implementation
"It's time we and did
got together to Call Street were discussed,
,. But in the current nationwide trend for those who decided to restore'or' something,"' Green said. "It's the but delayed until .firm plans were forts to obtain grants and tax credits .,'

toward preservation, rather than remodel the fronts of their buildings to of the property owners developed for,the area. for projects in the area. Officers. and

destruction of such things, these conform with the historic theme. If the survival.to fix up "their. buildings for their ownresponsibility City Commissioner Charles members John Miller named, were chairman: ; HarrY'

125-year-old structures are assumingnew stores now vacant in this area could be Mayor Jimmy Crosby said the Schaefer provements pointed already in up the three mill for im-the. Green, vice-chairman; Carolyn -
significance. filled with to the Autry secretary; Lee Sparks, Terrence -
shops appealing city's proposed new unsafe building area, These were: redesigning the
thousands of visitors to Florida travel- ordinance needs more public support traffic light system on 301, new street' M. Brown, and Jim and Betty ,

Paul 'L. Weaver, historic sites ing through here daily on U.S. 301 it is to insure' passage by the City Com lighting in the area, and resurfacingof Dilts.Advisory Committee: J.E. Tomlinson +
mission "This ordinance
specialist with the Bureau of Preserva- believed that many of them could be in- the Commission the ability would to cite give a SR-230 (Call of Street by the. state G.K Ely, Jim Moss, J.E.

tion, walked through this area last duced to stop and shop a while along place for being a dump and a threat to Department Moss, Community Transportation.Jim and Rural Milligan, E.L Matthews, Mike. ,

Thursday and was impressed with what Call Street. public health and safety" Crosby Development Agent for four counties, Cooney; and Bernard McFadden.
will be held :
Starke has to offer on Call Street in the We said. He advised merchants and property Bradford, Baker Union and Colum- The next meeting upon
hope that the enthusiasm shown of information on the application d/
receipt
become .
owners to vocal in their' bia, 'under the Extension Service
area between the Old Courthouse and by the of merchants and for funding of the historic.district 'j
group
property support Ifthey wish to have the or- (IFAS) at the University of Florida,
Cherry Street. It has much more poten- owners attending last Thursday's dinance,approved.Letters. survey 1> ,.. f 1

tial than most towns can offer in their meeting will persist and that this effort ',; :

to traditional Weaver. He"Main also said Streets"that,attendance according will result in revitalizing the area where : \ r :: : :"

Starke was actually born, and which to the Editor : : ;
: at the here to discuss the
meeting
can still play an important role in the .
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possibility of having this portion of Call town's overall well-being. i.

.' Owners Grateful Community 'Cooperation During'House Moving, ''

'i: State of the Nation Address .
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?' '!IM, ''. I .. Editor: ;:Telegraph: yard overnight, Mr. Matthews who has certainly are mindful of; the 'fact that,
';(, been so encouraging and helpful, and, of everyone may not have been"as thrilled" ,'I
i : Deficit ,', Randy and I would appreciate It if you course, LaRue House Movers.It about the move as we were. "- ':
;" .. ,Ignored Realities would .let.. us use this column of the'Telegrapt !
l&i to thank publicly the people who was certainly an experience one we ''But from our young friend; Matt Odom, .
,: 'were involved, directly or indirectly, with hope not to repeat but one of the nicest who told us it sure was a good thing they: ,I
and most surprising things about it was the could move the chimneys in the house or j
President Reagan was host at a "Hap- Obviously surprised by the mirth his moving our house last week: the Starke interest people showed in the house moving else we'd have to leave the doors open for, '

py Hour" in his State of the Nation last statement drew, the bemused Mr. Police Department, the City Utility and the fact that so many expressed Santa Claus, to one' citizen who commented -. "|

week, which left 'a warm glow in many Reagan asked, "Did I something Department, Trawick ,Construction, Ter-- pleasure that the house was going to be that it was a piece of history move ,|
say who were gracious
so
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restored and lived in once again. down the street, our friends in Starke ),
.. of his listeners, and a hangover next Ing
funny? Obviously, he did. about moving the cars on'their lot the and really made it a
were most gracious
morning for a few who took the time to While his employees of the high school and the We know, of course that there was a gratifying experience. \
study what was and was not said and to continuing theme of no new school ,' board offices who had to find great deal of inconvenience, people '
analyze the more troublesome problems taxes, Mr. Reagan proposed these another place to park on Tuesday, Mr. and without electricity'' during the morning, We have always been proud'to live in'

which were swept under the rather' odd steps toward "balancing"the Mrs. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Herres traffic having to be diverted and other ''Starke and the reaction last week only' .
rug. budget: whose trees had to be' trimmed so the things we probably are not aware of and made us prouder

Pity poor David Stockman, the White house could get by; the nice folks on for this we are truly sorry. There doesn't Again, many thanks to evtryone'lnvolved. :

House chief budgeteer, who is like a Washington Street who didn't complain seem to be any way to do something of that Virgins,.D.Johns,: :

voice crying in the wilderness against, when gigjjitic, house! sat in their: fronts magnitude without inconvenience, but we P.O. Box 879,Starke Ii

the astronomical national debt. At the ..,(t:. ; ., ," ';\

present rate, of Mr. Reagan's budget .. ," s jl ., , ,;I; I"',' ''',,' ." "n-'q'n. ?,n",.. M 'rt> IS
'n '.1' "\) 1'oJoo
proposals, it could be nudging $3 trillion tae '' .,' .... fW''It 'syyliivsT" ) fJ". ,

(that's .$3,000,000,000,000)) )( ) ) doll rs r ,by i ryAdh1I4 AL0 1, n.J r 'I I: .c..oiJ.J,. c'': I. II. ..,luD-,,,I< $S uniy.fA'gen: d.''fii1.No-tebooktt. ..u. <"", ra.' ..'tf>::1Mt! !!f,1\_\ .PJ!tyABAIPtr: ,. ay .":'' T" ".' '(.(.a'm..","'IH.'t\"I,"i'hhwr9' Wh.! '..,,x ." "

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1989.Mr.. Stockman has been kept under ..February, is the l last month orthe year to others and still others may suffer from '.' I j

wraps since he went.public a couple of .transplant -(bareroot, plants in the land- summers' heat and humidity, ConsequentlY '350 hours of chilling. f
years ago with an article in Atlantic scape. This! also applies to dooryard fruit species and varieties of fruits should be Species and varieties differ' in the; }r

magazine in order to vent his views I. trees if you have plans for starting a home. chosen on the basis of historical weather amount of chilling they must have in order- 11
orchard. patterns. Some considerations of weatherare to complete rest and resume normal

about Reaganomics. his trouble, he Fruit gr wing is interesting and discussed briefly in the following! : growth,which Is considered the,chilling requirement t
was "taken to the woodshed" by the rewarding !hobby which provides fresh of the species or variety. 1

boss and hasn't been heard from in fruit at the peak of its maturity.Fruit trees February Is Last A plant which does not receive sufficient t

public since. until the last issue of For can also bean attractive addition to many Month for Planting chilling to satisfy rest is usually delayed in i\

tune magazine. In his frustration with of our landscape situations.' Bareroot Fruit Trees leafing out and blooming Often, the open- 1 1

"voo-doo economics," Mr. Stockman There are many kinds of fruit which can ing of flower and 'leaf buds :iwill be scattered <
went And be grown inourarea.,' You can successfully Most fruits over a long period of tune. Plants :.1'j
finally public again. no go through the winter in a
,; wonder. grow apples<<: blackberries, blueberries, dormant state called the "rest period". will live, only a very few years with Insuf i- :1]
figs,: grape, nectarines, peaches, pears, Generally,, this is, associated with short clent winter, chilling..On the other hand J\
According' to'a Cox, News '''Service pecans, plums and some citrus varieties days, cold weather and loss of leaves. Ex- that rather the cold winters satisfy :rest early so \
like plants start with the first
satsuma, calamondin and growing |
kumquat.
analyst these are some of the unhappier'items : posure to winter temperatures for a certain warm spell which makes them subject to -
overlooked by Mr. Reagan: Selection j of species and varieties is length of time prepares the plant to Injury by later cold weather, particularly
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Florida Time U a critical foif, fruit production as plants start active growth again when late frosts-which .
the bloom
destroy
-The national debt-now stands at an which are not adapted to local conditions temperatures, are more favorable for or young frui may ,
astounding $1.2 trillion, and under will generally fail to produce regardless of growth. '
David Stockman how much pare .and attention the plants .We have a good fact sheet of fruit "
Reagan proposals, would reach $3 Temperatures below 45'F,are known as
receive is varieties that should help you select.the
trillion in 1989. then the deficit wouldbe Weather perhaps the single chilling temperatures. The, number, of 4
By for' most important factor which determines hours below 45'F species and variety of the fruit trees that' 'J?;
up to $325 billion a year, according to -Continue ever more billions where fruitlcrops\ can be grown. Winters winter months and accumulate constitute ; through the ,,might Interest'you;;:Cali or come by your t
total
a study by the Congressional Budget Of- defense (with no apparent,concern for, hours of County Agent's office for your copy, or if '
may' be tow cold. for: some, too short for. chlliing..Ou;, area has an average of about, '
fice. Poor Mr. Stockman.At cutting waste in that department) .and .you want more information. ; f fi

without taking more and aid "
= that point. the nation would be money 1: "
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from the '
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paying terest nearly more than$300 all billion the government's a year in in- homeless away and handicapped.Fund country's., poor' Forestry in Bradford County :i" Come iodides, :. (t I ;

discretionary, non-defense spending a permanent space station, at"a Distribution J
cost of some $8 billion (which would !I Hints I Thurs. i
combined,Pity Mr. Stockman.In. \ ;', on Landscaping : Friday .i
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probably be doubled before "
finished) "
; ,the ,coming year, ,by the administration's -, over the "".. I; .
next eight
own estimate, the years. Landscaping means different' things td Next, Inventory'your family activities> Atfull shipment. of corn meal and i

government will spend one-fourth more -Implement the Kissinger commis .. different but a simple definition is presently and in the future. List all the honey will P/4USDA''commodities' : religible"
sion's: recommendations on Central' "planning your exterior recreational and personal needs of the entire for on'' .l
than it takes in. Actually, the deficit America pel'to make the bestuse,, of the family, so that as many of these as Thursday and Friday; February 24.
would probably be higher than the $180 including some $8 billion in space blaIn! the most attractive possible, can be included and tealized. in A small amount of butter and cheese, ..
billion forecast. Before Mr. Reagan federal aid over the next five years. way". Yourtiome deserves the best setting development of the landscape left from previous distribution;will

started his first term it was$60 billion. -Continue to resist raising new taxes you can givjf It ''and your family the maximum Another point to consider in the' initial also be available as long as it lasts. ;,
for use.aftd enjoyment"of theirvsurroun-' ""planning is the time it will take to complete'your .The first day of distribution; is for.t .
: Despite this runious'prospect, Mr. except closing "certain tax dings. .... L//'. plan. You don't have to complete your" 'the physically handicapped and those'
Reagan 'offered 'only sugar-coated loopholes; at. the same time opening 'Most evecomfort one! considers their family'sconvenience design all at once. Have a plan,which can v a years of age who meet guidelines. 1.l

remedies during this Happy Hour 'and still other tax loopholes in the form of a when,buying a. be done over'a several year period, then The time and place'of, distribution .'

wool the call- lucrative, treasury-draining, tax'' homet but lit| is. equally important to as money'and time permits fit these'sec' re-tls follows?;' .O.vitf; ,
pulled more over eyes by Thursday; Febi2+'iiWE'Center
tions into the total ; ; for'
credits to develop the' ; living areas With ,the'aame picture, :
help .
ing for a constitutional amendment requiring support private schools, utdpor .. .. f over y
const,< ahan. The next J job.is to put on'pap 'what yourdesign -, .: aiFl"ldedaF" HJ,9smm t4op.m3o ,I :,
a balanced budget! ,If he wants In 'commenting the | ,, i i.m. i
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on Reagan' Proper panning la the key to landscap, will be. Draw a plan of the lot and 'p, ..: : (; : ; : '
one, there's nothing to keep him from message, the, Wall Street Journal location of' house '''and'
said ,!ing:.Every of space and.every existing'walks; ThursdayandFriday ,Teh '' .*.' j
offering one in his next budget message "There may be nothing more sinister in, dollar shouH bused to produce max" drives and plants as near tq scale as possi Hampton City Hall, U a.m, to 3 p.mJr 2,3 :; t, t'
this than a President like imum retusMsld'many cases, the skilled ble. Indicate! on the plan where various Lawtey Recreational
In a last, minute' effort to get .from acting a politi Center Mid., 5
general activities will take
place. uch 'I _
be as
architect should contacted.But jlleburg) Road I
cian..Presidents landscape
; should act 8a.m.JtoS:30pm.: !
course
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under the deficit stigma he threw in the work'arearecreation.areaand; '
( if is out bf1h question public Food
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idea of a bipartisaQ commission to"study" are'f like politicians, ;since ,that's: : what they: you ,want 4 do-it-yourself, plan, consider, 'area. A good plan will guide you through':. cepted 4 for, the eardsarenolorrac-distribution I of com- .

I the matter and come up, with the following points. ,an orderly arrangement of plants and proper .' modUee-. only..letters pf determina- ,

I reductions of $100,billion, over.the.next, Funny: Somehow .!ve. ,thought Always n .in mind the Ilri1itatoris! yOtt'"wilr Amazed development how different of the Ideas property.You'u will develop her ,, >tlon which ts ors issued each time the'client' *

three years. Congressional ratters rang,, Presidents should a t'like statesmen W I face in vgloplrig'time your la ape..11 ,and how mistakes can bo avoided,: ., SpfiedvUleY'recertifled'+: 1, will be ccepted. 5 J ')

with'' laughter when he said't e ,report ,not politicians or actors playing' a,role. minimumiaintenance andoney:: are Umited.consider type 'Of.ijeslgll.r; a:,, With;;these'Wmple.points, in mind:(iyoU"can ,, 'Pleasant 'Orovct Baptist'Thursday Chuirhe:90;;Feb.. ; 2 ,.i
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: would be due in December 1984" (& comfortable Let us.:know what: do,you nJcf Remembe simple bu.welt maintained.) create real I,nice do-lt+Yourself landscape a.m.to .:30 p.mof'1., '. ,;
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month after the Novemberelections '' designone which to pleasing to look: I3tClOket'; Friday; etLl9" ,
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Jimmy Prevatt, whose marriage will embroidered baste 1 ,.
{" t3fa1Y'Mooty: "S ty dl' ; ,,' J' ; ," : : i : tablecloth. The .
.; 961.7608 I : be an event of February >4; was centerpiece was an
t .' ': t I' ", ,I I' ', :t. \"'"t of da '
It: j I '" /honored at coffee\ on Saturday mor- arrangement cymbidium t' If
11Engdgentn" I ning, Jan. 28, at the Hatcher home on daisies and snapdragons': 'Silver '\. .-
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'. 'of \ I I ; I-\I.\ East Call Street. I u candelabra were oa either side of the ,'
J', ):, I' ,' :,': ij't, \! \\1. : : 'I : '..1' .\ I I Hostesses for this occasion were centerpiece with burning yellow'topers. '
I : : : i.:, l ', \ '.' '" Mrs, Charles Hardy, Mrs. H.M.'Hat- Silver trays held. ,dainty sandwiches :

? .* ..i,, ....... .... .'.. Y.''.. ", .'. ;... .: .......Y. .:: .,. q".H..,,.:.....,., ",::4."" 'cher, Jr Mrs. Jack E. Hazen, Mrs and pastries. "
,1' ;' 1 coffee,and mocha punch: ,
:!: ; Norman ReddingMrsl V -- : f
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,! -11'1:1", ,i \ 'I' Mrs. John Torode and Mrs. J.D. War- appointed I
.;,\ I 'rl;, {I: re\.,', ) \. ., ,. ren. Cliff Chapman Mrs. Freeman t
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Tammy Baldre. ) : Corsages( were given .toMiss,;; Mitchell Register lit Mt$ Stephens ,
r Mrs.' I
Steve
her mother, Mrs. Freeman Chapman. ;
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W. Wade '# .,1 :: Cynthia Sullivan '
WlnklorEngagement Register, Jr. and Mrs. ".T. Prevatt, Mrs. J.A. Cranfill grandmother ot 'it :
Told Richard Niignf Jr, the prospective groom's mother. the bride etl: was a special guest V '
Greeting; guests) at 'the-door was Two hundred guests were invited to/
\ n s To wad! F.b..25 ,Mrs. Hatcher., ,\" : { < .,, .call between the hours of W and 12., M ;,;
Mr.: and!' Mrs. Charles,A, Baldree Mrs. Spengler and-1 n'lrs.orode' & } in- The hostesses presented the houwee .e*" 1

announce the engagement. their Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Sullivan an vitedVguestS! to the refreshment table, with a vegetable bowl to her chosen .
proaching marriage of f nounce the and china. f
j engagement ap Elaine Tet
tono.Bruco
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daughter Tammy.Gail,, to W. Wade proaching marriage of their' -
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Winkier son of Mr. and Mrs.Warren r (daughter, Cynthia Li. to Richard, :, HinesEngagement ; 1
W. Winkler all of Starke. Tamara Dobbs Shower ,: '
Charles Nugent son of Mr: and Mrs Told Honoree < ],
A May 5 wedding at Hope, Baptist Paul C. Nugent, Sr., aU of Starke: ,' i
Church, Starke is planned. The wedding will take place Feb. 25 '. 'Mr. and Mrs C.4. Tetstone of ( I
Miss Baldree is Santa in Miss Tamara '' 'of arrangement'bffresh \ ,
graduate of Bethel Baptist Church Starke. 'Brooker 'Dabbs bride/elect centerpiece was an \
Fe, Community College and is Miss Sullivan is attending Bradford and announce the engagement Kevin Neel, whose marriage will be: flowers ahd silver candelabra) I .
employed",by Western Steer, Steak High School. -i "" ""daughter approaching Elaine, to marriage Bruce Mines of. son an event of February 18,;was honoredat '.held burning :yellow tapers;? *' House' a miscellaneous shower Hot coffee served from silver
Mr. Monday a
Nugent is a 1982 graduate of of Mr. and Mrs Hines of on was
Mr., Winkler is a graduate of Bradford High School and is Alachua. Loyless evening, Jan. 30, at the Hatcher home. ; service by Mrs. Francis and mocha
Florida State University and 'is employed by Davis pectric in Orlan Miss Tetstone is Bradford on East Call Street. ,punch was served by Mrs. Milner.,, f.
employed at Winkler Electric. Tammy Baldree' do'i, : attending Hostesses for this occasion were Mrs: Tom Dabbs ot Albany, G_.,
1 Wade Winkler HighSchool. : Mrs Charles'Francis'Mrs. Charles' mother of the bride
(f' JI" '" Mr. Hines is a graduate of Santa Fe prospective was 1
Hardy, Mrs. $.M. Hatcher. Jr. Mrs. a Corsages presented to ,
guest. were
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for
wedding planned .
Upcoming; EventsStark .. ............ .'.,.......... ....!..Nl. ..r.'Mrr ; .. ...... '."'.( at LaCrosse Baptist Church ,in After the honoree opened her gifts, china A;, vegetable bowl of her' chosen
:;; : ": LaCrosse. 'the guests were invited to the refreshment .pattern, was a'giftfromthe; ; ,' S
.' .. ,; table which was covered with an hostesses; ; I t"j, j;
: :, .imported Army/Navy( tablecloth..The. Fifty,guesta attended this evening. / .
Woman's Club affair.. "' '. ,
: Stark i
Woman's Club ,', : : I ('Oo i \
Plans Valentine To Meet Fb 8 BirthsJustin I ; :..' '.$. t? !
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Boy Scout Troop 518 ,' .. \ "" ,
\ 'I'"n
BrldgLuncheon : 'I 'j ," \ '. ) m{ '>I"\:" :,,,,flfJ.1i'f, /' ,
Adams Johns \
The International Affairs department ,.' John RoberiMoorq: ,, Sponsoring Dinner. '; | t .: .. < '. (OJ' i,?, 1 ,'r t't'i' fit ,

Valentine The Starke bridge-luncheon Woman's Club will on Tuesday havea chairman with, will Mrs.'be Douglas featured{ Hardy at .the.' .Mr. ,and Mrs..' Eugene Johns, of Robert and Paula Moore of Starke Boy Scout Troop.518 Will sponsor a ," ,] ,j '''ij,''' r. t:, 1

Feb. 14, starting at 10 am.at the Starke Woman's Club luncheon-) Starke announce the birth of a son announce the birth of a son, John fried chicken dinner Saturday Feb.4 !,: '.;i I
clubhouse.Luncheon will be served at meeting Wednesday, Feb. 8,. at 12 Justin Adam, born Dec. 12 in Shand'qTeaching Robert. born Jan: 21 in Alachua from noon'''til 2 p.m. at the BradfordRentals ,( ,

12 noon. noon at the clubhouse. : Hospital. He joins a. General Hospital She joins a sister, on US-301N. '. ." ;f.J." t' G r ..
Those unable to come in the morn Hostesses, will be Mrs. Douglas brother Brian, ,!age" 8-and a. *slater. ; Jennifer,age 2Vt. Funds,raised will be used to purr f 4 'il-' f. J"r," yr', .:. j ."... \'I, \," \ i'j,
.chaseuniforms for
ing are invited to come for lunch and Hardy chairman Mrs. L.E. Andrews Lisa age 5. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. the boys of the ,
play cards in the afternoon. Bridge co-chairman: Mrs. Lester Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Ber- Marlon Robbins and the late Arthur troop. The public is asked to support ,1

canasta and other card games will be Crews, Mrs. Louis Diegues Mrs. G,C. tharee Williams of Keystone Heights'and Robbins,,of Starke.. Paternal grandparents ,this worthy cause. Donations will be ,>v t.,:;' '!!'i ', I ., ''1
played Edwards, Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mrs, great grandmother is Mrs. Ethel' are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D.: $2.75 per plate > 1 :
Tickets at$5 may be obtained from Carlos Hernandez Mrs.. Charley. Andrews of Tampa. Paternal grandmother Moore, Jr. of. Jacksonville.Gerald; -J -r Capmaker; \ i I. ':.

Mrs. W.H.,,Thomson. 964-7806 or at Johns Mrs. M.'Samtinora' on\,and Is Mrs. Louise Johns of FIRST ASSEMBLY,OF GOD My Job Is to map out a cours*de-. 'I
the door., M rs. William Wilson. FJorahome. Hwy 16 W. &Weldon 9S". '
Walter DeVoe' 97l! signed' to protect each Clhtnt"--, "
''Pastor George Watson and' and his or her f.mlly-from the
Vol l.ntrneDance: Revival Set At }Sarah Lynn Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. DeVoe, The Congregation Invites You to hazard of'the unexpected.Why "

Feb. '11 Pleasant Hope Church 'I. Jr. of South'Carolina announce the Come and Worship With Us take risks when It cost so little/
Saturday, Jennifer ,,
Padgett and Stephen Hoffman -" ,1 birth of a son, Gerald Walter; born Sunday School . . ..,.,. . 10AM ,to plot a sale court? I
iq Lake City Brother Donald Harris of Starke of Starke announce the birth of a i'-' 'Jan.' 16 in' He joins a Morning Worship . ". . ... 11 AM For sound Insurance
will be bringing the message Feb.5-7 daughter, Sarah Lynn born January sister; Toni, age 1ft. E *ngIlile . . .'7PMWtdnosdiy proteo.Jtlon
Lake City American Legion Post 57 ,call m*today.?: .
program .
23 in Shand's '
will and Bro. Mark Woods of Macclennywill Teaching .Hospital Maternal grandparents are Mr. and WonMp'"' :. 7:30: PM .
its first annual Valentine
present Gainesville. : Mrs. Gerald Bevins of Starr, S.C. JOY M. THORNTON .,
be bringing the message Feb. 8-10
day dance at the Legion Hall in Lake 'Maternal Dewltt
grandparent* are '
Paternal Mr. 'and Sales Representative
City on Saturday Feb. 11, at 9 at Pleasant Hope New, Congo and grandparents are
Rosa Lee
p.m. Padgett of Stark
; STARKE
Mr W. Sr. of &
Methodist. Church North 301. Raymond DeVoe Starkt Keystone Hgts.
Tickets-at $10 per 'couple, or $5 Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Sue .
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single, will be available at the door or Services will be nightly at 7:30 p.m. Hoffman of Lakewood, Colorado Starke.. CHURCH OF GOD ((904) 47 -84G.
call There will also be a Benefit Sing ,, .'. 964-5445
752-3Ue. 422 N.'Sf. Clalr :
Feb. 11 with chicken pl lau supper MetropolitanInsurance
Walter Monti., Pastor
'Did" YW Know .,... ...... ........ beg begin i1 at at 7:30. Featured I>> p.m. The'groupwill,sing will be 'Old You Know....... .,.............. .......,. ." .t." U'" r.......u.. We. invite" you to worship with, 'us. I CompanU sTienlnikt* I t'f.' '

the .Road Travelers front\ MaciI''elennyT ., Mrs.. Benton' Futch of GraceviljefMVMit ) Mrs.Francis Merlie and son, rfevinQM6 .Atttnde MtmtiyEvmlng .joI' MusPMn118E1tu
't . 1fhitl. AptaMerttaftaiwiiwnt/ / eLi'
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underwent ': : i
. Clyde Terwillegar" hi' ""l iii"vTfed''fbd. 1In'S". .a. ;tI.nJt f.iiCl.. .,,! *.Wier in Toccoa' Ga.,Friday.to. SIlll Y Sliced s b't'..4. ." ." ." ,' l!"': ; 'alropoItanlfratnsfco( !{''ti .r''i i
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'.urg Regional BoeeitaL;; ;:2 li;:.w} o&.I I! 'IW'if11'1EC'Z+'t'lMli rs eie t ancfMris: Steve Yut h on tiiday. Sunday to attend a wedding dnd.lso J J MGmIng WonMp'" :k17 ear \ I '
, Florida: tend. Rev. Jeanette Harris, pastor: visited relatives in Stone Mountain, Service BpmWmHamiu .NewVork.NY. ,
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Vuitk Mil. .
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Luzier Cosmetics Consultant reunion
last to
Regional Hospital Sunday
in Lake City on Saturday conducted: Lila Elizabeth Yawn was on' the Tuesday and spent the remainder, of
by Rev. Mullins vice-president from 'President's Honor Roll at the Univer- the week with her parents Mr and
Kansas City, Mo. sity of Florida for the 1983 fall term. Mrs R.O. Dansby.

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rt by Elizabeth Terry of their parents, Mr: and Mrs. Miss Julie Griffis aodet mrterwere Gainesville '::;;er-ef" SunHa'y ;dinner "'MOohnButfeA;: > & fme '

I."(,, i .. phone 782-3300 Truman Norman and their grand Sunday dinner guests'of his guests of M'r. and Mrs Fleam'StarlinK time with her parents, Mfy andMrs. Navy Seaman Recruit Michael L.Carroll .
mother, Mrs. Thelma Prevatt. She is brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Bill Dobbs. son of Roosevelt and Katie
Church Activities... still having trouble with the cast on Mrs. Watts spent the Carroll of Hampton, has completed
her leg. Sheila and her Mrs. Catherine Rowe of Mr. and Mrs. Barry at the Naval Training
The Miss Haga fiance, Llnesville. brotherinlawand training
First Baptist Church observed weekend with their
Deepest of the community John returned Pa. spent three days with Mr. San Diego, Calif:
leirf,birthday party for those with sympathy Champagne, Saturdayafter ana. sister, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Stanley Center,
birthdays is extended to the families of Mrs. their visit to see his mother, .MI'8.Earl Troxell, while BIle was During the eight-week training cycle :
in the of of Crescent
month
I I Sunday night, January on Mary Shuford who passed away on Mrs. Georgia Champagne In Chat. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed Mr. and City.Mrs Keefe Harre of trainees studied general military r
Monday. Our prayers are with them. tanooga, Tenn., and they will be with Ramsey of Jacksonville. Mr. and Jacksonville visited. Rembert Car- .subjects designed to prepare them for :

Personals.... Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Graves and his her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haga, Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr. visitedtheir radine in Riverside Hospital Prt :Tues- further academic" and On-the---, lb.. i
family of Jacksonville were guests of until their wedding on Saturday. daughter, Mrs. J.W. McCarley, Jr. trainingIncluded- .
"L L Bill Scott of Orlando came Monday their mother and dad, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter, Mrs. and the new daughter in St. Vincent's dSMr. Robert Scott.and sons in their studies were
q';. to see his' mother and dad, Mr. and Don Graves on Tuesday.Mr. Alicia Chesser, Mrs. Angle Parrish Medical Center in Jacksonville of and Mrs and. took, their seamanship, close order drill, Naval I

the Mrs.doctor Ray' Rosier before he went to and Mrs. Keefe Harrell of Faren Carter, and Julie Griffis, antiMrs Sunday afternoon.. mother.Orlando Mrs.came' Ray Rosier;: to ,.thehospital history and first aid. Personnel,who i i

.) on Tuesday. Jacksonville came down January 13 Kathy Hardee and children attended Col. ana Mrs. William Wilson North Florida Regional, In complete this course of instruction[
Friends of Joe Shuford went
regret to and stayed with Rembert while Mrs. a Tractor Pull at the Jackson are eligible for three hours of college
Patrick spent
,. to Air Force Gainesville Saturday. They
learn Base Thurs- on
that he in Bradford x
was a patient >n I
I Hospital. He has come home and Carradine went to her sisters, Mrs. ville Coliseum on Saturday night. day. They went to Civilian Military the night with,her, took ,her to the credit in Physical Education and
we pray that he will continue to Improve Ruthie Jenkins at Sapp Cemetery.Mr. Friends of Hermie Kelly are glad to Banquet at the Officer's Club, They hospital on Sunday, .then went on Hygiene.
and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. were know he able to I
that was come home Kevin Griffis
stayed with
Our prayers are with him. MaJ. General and Mrs. home i I' Cpl.
,i Friends of Rembert Carradine supper guests of their brother and from Riverside Hospital, Jackson Davis Jones and returned home on Friends of Ray Rosier regret that Reenlists In Marines
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don ville, Saturday after being there Florida I
''regret on Sunday. he lea patient In North
to learn that he Is a In'
patient
Riverside Hospital since Monday, Boyette and family in Macclenny on almost a week. Our prayers are with Mrs. Fred Moore went to Live Oakon Regional Hospital, Gainesville. We Marine Cpl. Kevin LJ Griffls, son of:
Saturday night. Monday and returned home Fri report that he. will have surgery on Clifton E. and Lanette Griffin of
Jan. Our him.Mr
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Mr. and Mrs.prayers Reggie are Norman of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake and.Mrs.. David Alvarez,i of day, She visited with her son-in-law ''Monday and take one of his toes off. Starke, has reenlisted for five years''
Ichtuckee City visited their parents, Mr and Kingsley Lake, grandson Alan Pre at and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley 1 Our prayers are with him. while serving with 3rd Marine Aircraft .
Springs were supper:guests Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday. and son. Lucian Prev tt'iot' Thomas. '" ':jk wing Marine( Corps Air Facility

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by C.E. "Sue" Davis BAA Reschedules da Robinson, Joe- Tollison, Mickey Exam to be held overnight guests of Mrs. Thelma The Rev. Jimmy Scott, youth

,. phone 485-1314 Meeting for Feb. 13 Bath, Jim Kendrick, Margaret Dyal For Postal PositionU.S. Crosby Greensboro Saturday night. pastor of the First Assembly Church
Ethel Douglas, A.B. Adams and Jake?; .Mrs. Ruby Hodges has returned in Starke, was guest speaker at the
: Awards Ceremony Brooker Athletic Association has Keene. Postal Service will hold an home after a weeks visit with her Praise Christian Assembly Church in
Friday. Feb. 3 rescheduled their meeting for Mon- ? open examination for the position of daughter, Bobby Strickland, in Graham last Sunday night.' Mark and
day, Feb. 13, at the Brooker Elemen- clerk/carrier in the Starke area. In- Callahan. While there she visited Bonnie Scarborough from the
Brooker Elementary School awards tary School auditorium starting at The regular meeting will begin formation and applications can be obtained some old and dear friends, and other Sconerstone Christian Assembly
promptly
ceremony is scheduled for Friday 7:30p.m. at 7:30 There are several from the post office. relatives Jacksonville. One of the Church of Williston and Sandra Man ,J
Feb. 3, beginning at 8:45 a.m. at the The Board of Directors are re- p.m. resident of the chman of the home church presenteda i
items of business that the association'must friends was a former
school. Awards will be presented to quested to meet .m. to handle Personals.... program of sacred music during the .'
Carter.
handle at the Brooker Laura
the students for the six weeks, business' the boar and to hear officers from the Board meetingelecting of Directorsfor Mrs. Mildred Green and Mrs. Sue area? services. Afterwards, refreshments .,
straight A's, honor roll, academic of Chub Johnson Graham Area... served In the
presentations ,owner the coming 'Everyone In- Davis visited Mrs. Theny Freeman at' wcrs Fellowship Hall. ;:
achievements and most improved. of Chub's Sport Center, who desires to year. the hospital In Tallahassee last Satur- "
terested in the development of our M\, *.. and'Mrs' Charles Jackman of -
Parents and members of the com- furnish uniforms and equipment for iti"DAlINIJ.
day and Sunday. Mrs. 'Freeman .
youth program of recreation, parentsand Indianapolis, Ind.: visited the Tom
interested In the awards baseball team for the
munity upcoming
program our community members are urged shows great improvement since Lefevres family for several days' .ftJI\I. .":'
are invited to attend. season. Board of Directors membersare for the of her right 1 I
to attend. surgery acing before returning.. home. li .,., .,
as follows: Blake Hamilton, Lln- hip socket. Mildred .also were. FEBRUARY2- 'I

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.. St. Edward's Church Josephine Cumber Applications Taken Mrs. Freeman Johns returned Friends of Mrs. Bryan Whitfield of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of .;
Mrs. demons.
Saturday after 10 days in North Jacksonville former State Farm resident Roy
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Represented at Program Honored at ShowerOn For Miss Teen Pageant .
Florida Regional Hospital will regret to hear she died Mon '.
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. .
Cooper visited ,
day in a nursing home in Jackson-
t The Catholic Diocese of St. Jan. Final 'applications are now being Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lord and Mr.. si\:,
Sunday, 29, Josephine accepted from girls wishing to Mrs. Jim McLendon of Blowing ville. Funeral services were held
Augustine sponsored a RENEW Gumber was honored with a bridal sent Starke and the surrounding repre-com- Rock, N.C. was Thursday to Saturday Wednesday at Fruitland Park and Mrs. Hardy Dean in Oldtown and ::
Training Session at the Gainesville shower held by St. Edward's Altar munities in the official 1984 Florida guest of Mr: and Mrs. R.P. McLen- Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Bob"Little' in Horseshoe' ion
Hilton Hotel on Jan. 27 and 28. Rev Society in the Parish Hall. State Preliminary of the U.S.A. Teen don. The McLendons also had as Sunday. -

Michael J. Larkin of Jacksonville, The 'refreshment table, covered Miss Scholarship pageant to be held Saturday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R.G. Paterson spent last week
Director of the Program, was with a white cut-work cloth with Feb. 19 in the Seldon Cogdill of Williston. with her mother, Mrs. C.S. Bowers in Mr. and Mrs. Marion Langston of ;
Sunday, grand
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assisted by Gail D. Wynne, Coordinator burgundy underlay, was centered ballroom of the Orlando Airport Marriott Fort Lauderdale who suffered, .a Columbia, S.C. are visiting' Mrs.Dolly
in conducting the session. with a basket arrangement of pink Hotel, Mn and Mrs. Eugene Frensley ofGoodlettsville. broken hip. Spiers this week ,
Msgr. Thomas Kleissler, of and burgundy rosebuds flanked by Tenn. were Monday
To qualify as a contestant,the Teen
I Newark, N.J., served as guest lighted burgundy candles in silver Miss must be between the ages of 13 overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Mrs. Flossie Prescott spent last Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr; spent Friday
speaker. As co-founder of the holders. The cake, decorated with and 18 inclusive) as of the 1984 July Hardy. Thursday to Sunday with her nephewand 'to Tuesday of last week in
RENEW program, he gave a history white icing and flowers, was topped 4th National Finals, must be a USA niece, Mr: and Mrs. Forest Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville..
and explained benefits derived In par- with three umbrellas and held the in- citizen of good'' haracter and of a- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roberson and' Salisbury in Inverness. Mr. and Mrs.
ticipation. He told of the success in scription, "Happiness Always, Jo". charismatic (leadership quality) 'Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hipps of Salisbury visited .Mrs. Prescott on Mrs. Rhea Johnson and Mrs. Lara
reaching goals of spiritual development Punch was served from a crystal sonality. per'' -'': --Waycross were Sunday visitors of Mr. Tuesday enroute'to their home in Canaan Francis were first in the Duplicate

and implementation'-of social punch bowl. Mints, nuts, hors The newly crowned area Teen'?'' and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. Maine after: several weeks in Bridge Club tournament Jan.24 and
programs in some 50 Dioceses of the d'oeuvres, and sandwiches\ } were also. Misses will compete with other ......F.Iar1da'r Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Riddle were seLcondJ. -
United!" States.since 1978. The plan is i served. ?,...' ? ,;; finalists: communications! evening Mrs. Leon"'r.irr, lIarrisburg''JS.:: 'ii''i..i. (? l ." .;' ., d. Pi1 ., /1 ..
forOotal parishioner participation in, >Assisting In opening gifts-,were .,!''gown'and Interview'cottpetir&h ftF* 1W Monday x>M&night guest ot..Mr--!,' : r4 i and Mr and Mrs. I trw f3 the tftr .yeaJ"program: Lindsey Cumber, granddaughter' of "' the state litre and 'crown of Flondaf .ariel MrsfrJ. Ward\i' '; ,J rchar E.'Cot*returned last Friday .xMr a anqMra. Brad Carter,aaa son I
During the session, Prayer Services the honored guest and Muriel Gilhoo- Teen Miss, plus a $1,000 cash scholar*, after two weeks with Mrs. Coss's son, of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Keith
were conducted and group discussions ly. Cheryl Cumber, daughterinlawof ship award. Each of the stat 's.ten1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller of Howard L. Coss. in Granbury, Texas, Carter and son of St. Petersburg
among parishes representedwere the guest of honor,'kept the gift list. semi-finalists will receive a complete, Jacksonville were Tuesday visitors of who is improved following a heart at- spent the weekend with their parents
held.Pastors. In charge of arrangements for the self-study modeling course. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George .tack. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter,Jr.
and parishioners attended shower were Dorothy Rife, Mary Applications may be obtained by) Miller.
from Gainesville, Keystone Heights Gissy and Muriel Gilhooly. sending a self-addressed, stamped; caren and Sandra Chitty and Mrs. Jewell Johns of Jacksonville
Hawthorne, WiUiston. Chlefland. envelope to Fla. Teen Miss Applications Mr. and Mrs. J.S..Walker of Savannah Stacey Denmark were Saturday over spent last Tuesday to Thursday with
Starke, Lake City High Springs anJCross The D.T. .DouglasesHost 31 Mill Plain Road Danbury, Ga. were Saturday overnight night guests of Randy Chitty in Man- her parents Mr. and Mrs. Maxie
City. Conn. 06810, or by calling the special+ guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief. darin. During the evening, the attended Carter, Sr. .,; :
The program concluded with an ad Rehearsal DinnerMr. info line at (203) 748-6682, ,: several parties in the area with
dress by Bishop John J. Snyder and Leslie Libby, Jr. has been moved Randy and ends. Mrs. Peggy Shaller has been a patient ',\
Liturgy concelebrated by the Bishop and Mrs. D.T. Douglas of ::1 from North Florida Regional Hospital in North Florida Regional i

and Msgr. Larkin. Keystone Heights were hosts at a din- Linda S. Patrick "',to' Gainesville V Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Pete. Parrish of Hospital fine, ,past week; ,( ,i

Attending from St. Edward's were' ner party last Friday night at New Office ; ff..: ."V: .' i _..........I ;" x ':
the pastor, Rev. Joseph Finlay, Bill Western Steer Steak House for her Manager ,'. ,_ I ;

Marchese, Parish Council Chairman, son, Charles Addison and fiancee, At LB Fortune Federal I '. '. : .' ..
Barbara Conner, serving as Laura McRae after the couple's wed- I'" r
spokesman for St. Edward's, Cheryl ding rehearsal.The Latrell Hamilton, who has been the;$ t:' :\ 9e "
Mollerup Francis Meng, Janet U-shaped table was covered Office Manager for the Lake Butler. .IIT'FORTUNE. .
Powell and Dolores Meng. with a white linen cloth. The head branch since the office opened eighty "
table was centered with an arrange- years ago, has been transferred toll ,, .
ment of daisies and mums flanked by manage the Fortune Federal associa';'

Activities.First Baptist.. Church Burg candles candles in in crystal crystal holders holders.,. tion's Assistant Linda newest S.Office Patrick office Manager in, Gainesville.formerly in the Fortune the',, : :PUT A NEW :J ;

pink carnations and white daisies, I .
On Tuesday Jan. 24, the Youth of were placed at intervals down the Federal office in Starke, has!'" ,:
First Baptist Church along with their ,
been promoted to fill the Office.:]
side tables. Place cards marked the
leaders, went to Gainesville for a Manager's position" in Lake Butler.
skating party. There were about 69 seating arrangement' for the 30
young people attending. guests. I CAR IN I

The youth will be going bowling on ........ -- (,
Friday, Feb. 10, in observance of the

Day.coming They of plan Spring to leave and the Valentine's church at YOUR .. >.. -_. WORLD

6:30 p.m. for the bowling alley.

The Annual Adult Valentine Banquet NOTICE ,
will be. held in the church I" ;: :. ,
fellowship hall on Tuesday evening I W \ "' ,
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celebrate the second anniversary of REGISTER TO VOTEREGISTRATION )
.W.T.L.G., the first all Christian FM ': Not many people afinandalbackecSo

radio station in north Florida, which : canswingan : 1t -
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broadcasts daily from the facilities of u '\. 1'" youcan.depend'on'l, '#
First Baptist. CLOSE ; i car: alone Butvuith ft/j Fortune Federal for a ,

BradfordUnionBoard BOOKS .. Fortune Federal financing: ,"' '' 10" | ,car Joan' ,with terms arranged

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F; ';' direct sme1L"Zero" on'the odometeri;, *| (up to five ears for loans ovary') .

The Bradford-Union Board of and air-conditioning so chili you keep |S20.0pO) that woh'tstretehyeutJbo : ?: '.'
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Jan.Realtors 26 at held the its Western monthly Steer meeting: SteakHouse on PREFERENCE; : the lever on "low". No dentS. no ,thin ety'months',1t : :' t; t ",. J;

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President Susan Faulkner presided ; .. '.
PRIMARY the cbloryouvyank .
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over the meeting with ten members ;, :. .to someone' else: Fortune ''k

attending. After reading and approvIng :; .f" r.t,., ;..' Withthe prices of new'f financescars..and -
the minutes of the.last meeting, .' .W ; .' >',. 3;;:rl.r everylhingelsethat'make&J''' .;F
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Just everyone yourworld better,! .
Guest:speaker Lynda M..Steele 1984 C j _' :
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new ,. t 4 rv -., 'I- iccount
Health and Fitness Center newly : tIn n j ( \ 'il
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opened here In Starke near the Brad- ,'. ,.. ., ,' r .t' .-r 0 I ))[ ,.. ;: .".
ford Hospital. She outlined some of Ru : ,. ,. .: ', 'r ; f:" "
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the programs at the Center and' I, ". friendlY omas a ." >
presented a slide show on the equipment -: < .1 : 1 .", ...4....:. Sta.l.uu.lVI nMI....... .
,/ used at the Center. .. ; E&ctiw 1 Office p tI .' "- 3s9SW M adlson'/::'f a: ,: :
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hold meetings every fourth Thursday ":: >Sat., Fefcnwry fl$ .;..., 9 a.M: .,'5 p.m. ', \' :v'lnassetS'. ". .\'''IN .';' .or;; : 'l .f.hqnw.OO4-POOO.i.a ...., ........" "' d",>j;''. i-; '1; .
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I Thought for the weeks;;.,\ ', v Raymond White- Raymond was 'their name, address; city gtadupoint; people on your'list, ??? .: If interested in running\ a petition valid{11 r You student the petitions
and zip code arid approximate in Mr. Harris'! council -

for participation
selected hU loyalty sponsor I
.1 God'tsach., ."... who tire '......, to Class ( 50 award winners will be with 25 signatures ptclasgmatesjfrAmyour /: : .
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Junior an
FPA the Pep average. ,
5ileatdrn, 1c !in {. selected on the basis of academic performance Commendable Comrades.. .own grade must be turned) in to

,' Rallies. involvement ins *tracurricular The third six-weeks awards
t. I atlpfsi'6;c + Man ,Packer... \ ,activities and.need for financialaid. assembly is set .first period Wed., -

,: As another 'of' the many' ways it- : < t,: :.feb. s, in the BHS auditorium.
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Applications
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i tounril.has" competition, the Student Scholarship, ," ( ; 1
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the academic achelvementa ,
pearl: sports
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done yeu I U.It la''entitled;"Pae Man" students interested in applying for Matches Tornadoes the Month, and other Loretta Merchant
and the object Is to get as many pea 91,000 college scholarships should request ".The results for the Heart to Heart recognizable'''achievements of .
q 1tJl Ili in one eight foot square. as possl- applications by March 15; 1984 dating;corapatability match luprare; students> Everyone Is' invited to at ''Monday-Friday -' Brahma: Restaurant : 1, .
I"ble'J' from the Educational Communication intll .. i-..,U. tend. I I
!I. 'Ci'i'our squered will be drawn on the Scholarship Foundation 721 N. The results will{ be ar.allable topar- 964-6056 Eves 964'6684,
,,; '"school> 1 lawn behind the library, one McKinley, Road, Lake Forest, Illinois 'tici ant*' Fri., Feb: ?,',and I'M n., Elections for Offices... Days ,, '
'J' '60045.'' before'find after school also '
Feb.6, be .
can arranged
If Interested In fora Special'appointments
sebrand t To receive an application( students during both, lunches. Anyorie'who has you are running
I for their class by packing in their should"send' self-addressed- not paid'is asked to1;do so to'receive Student Council office or a will class officer be for 7 am & 5-Q"pm I Ir I
'', v 'position, petitions
class' stamped envelope with a note stating the results. i .
squa!& Anything goes and the .'S
class with. ,the most people in' the ( -" '::1.'
square earns the most points u
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J.'. Febi/:3, Due'to the-terrible weather.last '.' .':" ; (
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Recreation Department baseball ( Funto; play!
leagues will run through end Feb. 29.
,; I,"' Three leagues will be! minor 8-10 a EasytpyvinJ
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Bradford Students" ;
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Four Bradford Hip students have PRIDE awards are given a high
won 19834 PRIDE awards which school senior by the state Departmentof A
stands for Program to Recognize In Education in four areas
itiative Distinction in Educa! on mathematics, science, social studies,
Winners, based on grade and and writing, based on a criterion of
courses of study are: academic excellence and number of ,
Cheryl Furrow won in writing,and courses taken within the academic ,
qualified to win in social studies and area: Any student meeting the
science. Cheryl la the daughter of Mr. criteria for an'area receives a cer- > ,
and Mrs, D.E. Furrow of Rt. 4, tificate of excellence award. ,School i t +> r t !It''" .,
Starke. and district winners compete at the f, ""'.., tii'f
Michelle Klmutis In science. regional and state levels. ; ? 4ra: .ipMusd.
Michelle is the daughter Mr. and ytuff fti'H
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Mrs. Edward Klmutis of Starke. Michelle Klmutts Michael Christmas Catherine Roach .,, Cheryl;$ Furrow ? ,<:; P"1'

Michelle also qualified in math. : .(? ','' '.1,, ,.(,
Catherine Roach won in math and '. .:"','.Jr.: ....
qualified In science and social
studies. Cathy is the daughter of Mr. ,
and Mrs. Kenneth Roach/ of Rt. 3

Starke.Michael Christmas In social 1T1Wrti1i& CASH SAVINGS ARE
studies. Mike is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. James E. Christmas of Starke.
Eligible to win in each area were:

Carol Writing-Davis; Kriayotwdaughterof SWEET JUICY PER POUNDCOMPAR& ( '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Johns .,
Lari Ann Johns, daughter of Mr. andMrs. NORTHWESTERND'ANJOU
Charles A. Johns; Michelle .
Stillwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. _
Lloyd R. Stillwell, and Karl Ketter, .
son of Mrs. Reba Ketter.
ScienceCatherine Roach.

MathMichelle Klmutii, daughterof Butr '
Mr. and Mrs; Edward F. Kimutls. .
Social studies- LeAnn Flynn '
daughter of Charles Flynn of Starke PEARS
Julee Wise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Wise, and Cathy Roach. ,
PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FEB. :SAVE 3O PER LB +7

UNF Receives FundingFor 2 THRU WED., FEB. 8, 1984. y

Computer Education'by

Sandy Millar Bonus
UNF:Student Joortw>ll.f PUNCH or RINSO

Among Florida's nine public state
universities, the University of North
Florida is the only institution to
receive full funding from the state's
Department of Education to implement ;k i enue wrA
a project establishing sane
"Postsecondary Programs of Excellence -
in Mathematics,Science and
Computer Education," UNF officials
have announced. '
The $114,258 grant for the project
covers an eight-month period that
began Jan. 1, according: to Dr. Ray
Bowman, UNF associate professor of
chemistry and project chairperson.
Bowman said the project baa three
distinct components: an immediate, e e
ongoing, and a long-range response
component.The .
immediate'response component venue WYCOMPARE ewYe
consists of "task forces of
University and industry experts who
will travel to local schools on requestto
help solve current problems in
elementary, secondary, junior
college.science, ,mathematics} and .
computer education," Bowman said;; I '. ..;. ';'i: """';. ;A";' ftl .J'; ; tl \.i '
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"An example would be helping to '..... J ; t!# ......... qt ,= 4 : :: .
set up new computer and science = .i".." .. :or&e "...... ,"" .".1 ..T'J"......'_.... !.r .' .,..
equipment that the schools are "... JOAN OP ARC PINTO orteAt' ,

receiving He said,"the Bowman task forces explained.in the Immediate .. Ronco Spaghetti ,M211ASSORTED NORTHERN BEANB Peas OR .l lBlackeye ::t: ,_318ftJUICY Lemons .12199 oIUICY Ra. Oranges. rv 811<

response component wouldbe DMNK FLAVORS rNNCHClAI'IIIQUI.AfICUT.18oa
organized by February. Hawaiian Punch .' 69- Green Beans 289CANADIAN PLOIVDA
The ongoing response component, = .. L823LargeAvocDdoa 211sweer
to C.E. Chandler, UNF '' *
according e'
w ir MSMMIU NIO.%M HOT OUMSH IK BONU8 PACK AU.PUAPOeIr -l"

associate component professor chairperson of technology"will allow and HormelChHI. t ta79. vantita warors.v,, .*. n** $ i ntn Yellow Onions ,. -.25* Nectarines599 JUICY ( *..

the schools In the surrounding nine SALTCD OR UNSALTCO! CRACKERS FneNd-rst 8WIZT ( e* .
counties to have free access to a com- Sunshine 7ft- i1: .
puter library of public domain soft Krlspy '',- '. I Idaho>! Spuds' Apple Cider ssr. S18av

ware (computer eductional programs MANHATTAN CLAM CHOWDHR, ORANCM, LEMON APPLE. a+,vai : : DRY ROASTCO :. ',;'vf>'t
) through a telephone link. ..CLAMerrcwoRGortons' 1'FIUITf"UNCH0A0I'UIPtI' 9'' Large Plneappto ..mota, 1"? Generic Peanuts. ,. .1"
"In addition, there also will be a fxI0W0a11 ,_ 79 Capri Sun f.F ;:_ ..;:. .240 .- v.
computer bulletin board to exchange ;
ideas and increase educators' computer

literacy.1The .
third component the long- lA
range response -deals with,studyinghow mft'
: 'S AVE 7& ""GASriR.C.COLA '
students learn. Iia; 1 1 '
"To train effective teachers, one
first must know*how students learn," YOU PAY t j4Jfr .
said Dr. Marianne Betkouski, UNF = e : ,
associate professor of education and DIET e
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component chairperson. "Our OR awrwr some +"
waver
research project should begin to 8 $B L91 .' ''

answer that question." UMrr-f I '
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"What we are doing in the project is j OOOO THRU .. ,
preparing our students to IUl jobs In j :,
our community" Bowman said. /iaA.. gaarrliRS.I '
"There Is a burgeoning need for ,'
highly trained scientists and :'1.lJ:11
technologists in our community's insurance t II __j_ \':

banking and computer in- ,WTPr1 \ ; @. r 'U\II! tr ', .. .,-..- tOO PRAnzIA"VII\ .tAn w .t CI t
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dustries. This project starts to ad- vAN 4t80zCAN I :; 3t1TM', ... '4'.IoR

dress quality that of science need by,' math upgrading, and com the -; PORK&3t/$119 I OATS.OUOK'' E "B'9"'WINES' *. 4. ....., 295
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puter education in our schools""There 1tICII&CR I AReOLOAT* a
are unique factors ICE H"
associated with this project,"said Dr. f
CREAM .. ....VII 1.,, aa OP'P tASa '" .
Joyce Jones, UNF assistant LIB BY: "
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FAR GOLDEN j
academic vice president for research HALPOAU.ON -. '
and Intel-institutional GYAJPDYI IreM CORTiED@h$129 ''LAUNDRY' :$
development. taA!r 1 PeR i9 .'
"First, we are joining hands with noon TM.ou' sates.NB.a. ,..... BEEF 7- '''DE'I'BRGIn'IT"] 'CHAPEL.I.99. '
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the schools'Items.businesses and Industries ...' .:', \ .. ;: ;,
to address an issue of vital .--..-=. '- h
concern to each of us-the attainmentof .." .. -- "j' .. ..' .
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excellence in our schools" she : "' I

said.Business and industrial! involve.ment wspn.u pl r'ka ltMeEt COMPARE ''''E COPARTHi' & .

In the project is being donated ..
'Reynolds( ,,' Smith and HUla SCM O VANCAMPO'BeeneeWeenee > .I'
Organic Chemicals and the National 1 i i i O .... w 2/.1. h.ra.....' .4
said. .. vp -Ij
Accounts Division of IBM Jones + "'" 'in"" ,,, ( ,
"Second,and what Is most exciting, rn. ,Zp r'lg UII" POiMiiR .i\\ s' : if'''wM1':
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we are bringing together' the G y ....nex."O. :'.. ...
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theoretical perspectives of University {j.\1./S1.\! ,

faculty from many, different .. : 1

disciplines and the practical perspectives -. 7 F Ofren erf A Ages j :,. -' ." ;.<";... ,\'.,'.'...." uf'. ":1., ,,;:' Pear L AQrio'. .
of scientists and a ,. ,
high rrrwwa. I11OM (InFUICoIor .* > .-.. ?
technologists from business Mid Industry ... awun..r. .__..rw, M. ., + / I .fit':
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to work:together for the benefitof ....-' SSifSStS'ln -,- :Taro-Undersitmd ...f. ., .... .) 'ot ...., ..\ : Pii....' :: '
out public educational. systems," MMf tOiO9e, S ,1.' :'
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UNF academic "departments involved
'' In the project include natural
sciences and mathematical sciences

in the College of Arts and Sciences: .. '. -1M :;" :;;: -: ." ...,
the Divisions of Computer and Information J" -" '
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, the Division Curriculum .nd Instruction ..! ,', CHI8M! "' q
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of the Canst*,o< IW ctloa 1... 4 J I ,, dY"L CMUNCtiV. t r -" __PIL :

and Human Services. '.' '.. : ,.),,:i' ,'...,.. ; 'n RnnRa", ;___ : .' :
'"It is not very oonmhi to have an ; .f = =n'IIN.' ,! dfr.f ,
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Shooting> the Breeze... Y 1 In Flat; LegisIatdIie .'..) ,. ., J.: :* I

Senator Bill Grant, center: )
discusses: problem' that face .
farmer and other The following bills have been filed '''I! Veteranw Affalrs'taadminister: slate, <
people Involved '
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hI }it 5'and federal program*lwrifidat>ti <> ,
with toll nl"r A as SB
conservation during the v r 11, Fn t I In the Florida Legislature e'ithef
i th ,
Area 3. Soil and Water Conservation House Bill (HB) or ,a* aSehate'3i11, war v veterans'ProvtdeJJ l: j I' i Ir.
I ,department' b head .thei .
djiJoyo\
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the'
District
meeting: and dinner last (S8), for consideration during 'I, ,
Secretary of> Vtteruns Affairs /
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Thursday 1984 Legislative Session, which'will,
The dinner was held at the farm of take place in AprU'and May Current1 .pointed by the Governor and cteifimiT: ,.
H"0" County: Sheriff John ly various committees,aI's' meetingand 'ed.by theSetiatc., I' < : "-
Whitehead introduced HB-IM by Rep: Hawkinsi 1I ;
,,, ,, discussing the; effects of aU .
i Authorizes courts to require fxtrsonst 11 )
The luncheon: was provided 1 1 t. i1 t4 i bills. ,
through the Joint effort of the ,SoIl These bills have,,; been< and Water Conservation& District of office as bills that, maybe of interest ':port payments to post a or .
Are 3 and the {Boil Con. rvaUonDIUIct to the people In my district.The assign types'of Income.riot subject to/ '
: bill numbers and attachment garnishment!Ueijuires; .
along with Sheriff ,, sponsors names\
periodic' aDd child
alimony support
Whltehead and his staff summaries are as follows:
to be t the of the", '
and payments paid clerk :
HB-102 by Reps. Sample
...... court distribution and,authoriaea/ !
(I. k r.'oes r) Nergard-'reates the Department of
the clerk to Iniiiate enforcement pro
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'SB-5'' by Sen, JamesScott-
Prohibits the Public Service CommliM .
sion' from approving1.rates) forlocal'
telephone calls tossed'' on measured. ] ,
service! !p-iim' ; ', S .
BEST SAVINGS! -SB-1J: _by Sri.M.William, ,.Myers*
Proposes to amend the State ConslitwH
tion to1 provide,that real property Jtaassessed' .
'at 65 percent of its Just:
valuation'purposes of ad valorem)
U.S.D.A. GRADE taxation. '
.. '! SB-26 'by, Sen William; Myem-:
S :. .. AiJXIONBASTEDTURKEYS: J i. Requires counUes to annually inspect/ ;
\:"' Bonus motor vehicles. Exempts new
( 1:. vehicles for 39 months after purchauo
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If you> have comments or opinions
on these bills' or anyt other state,
20YOUNG. : 'T I, legislation, please write or call!rny,
PERU?; TT I district,office.j.Rti 3,..Box 118Y1JIee,: ,.
Kl. 32097.(904).2255035.l)( ,v .
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Arrives'for' : Duty''** ;. '. ,'

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son of Tommy,E. Edwards and Violet
Q I ,Conner,;"both/ ,of Starke,,,ha* arrivedfor
duty at, Charleston, Air Force:
B8tI .,S.C. '.' ; ,, !
Edwards: an admtnistratlorispecialist
with the 437th Field
Maintenance.. Squadron, was
previously- assigned in' Dhahran.
Saudi Arabia..His wife Kathy, is the
daughter of George C. and Joyce,
Payne of Keystone Heights.
eonuaelr. Sgt. Edwards is a 1974 graduate. of,
;DlWieiPHtAMJ Bradford High School. ; ,
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:' Alternate sites have been consideredafter Pushes Farm... and signed joint-use'agr&g out board member Jim Lawson. ':
Casey Ag lpfearn tieclsions
f: residents opposed the noise be reached with National<(ijl ,9e'cilons.t: in January 1935 must run, but that
; made by the large diesel engines revving "With the dollar situation where it sonnet ... Lawson Takes Stand... '' .;' very angle has.been studied and does not Include Judge George Pierce
t'1" Opposing residents have appeared .." A verbal commiUmentJlay, ( ; '!'.,'discussed and tile board Should be
.' up.: is. the best site for the driving Since the .fairgrounds site ,Is out, whose term expires in 1908.
;' 1 with every different site men- range would be the 172-acre school given Hall saldi but a school By SEem board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson able to make a decision,the members, Circuit Judges whose term expire
'1 tioned. > board-owned agriculture farm. committee d meet with HG! personnel said he prefers the ag farm for the agreed Monday night\ : in'. 1985 must run in 1984.) In the Eighth
\j The board agreed Monday night at to work out an agreements .; .
The driving range will take up only driving range site. Judicial Circuit these Include Judges
";1 the request of Board Member Rodney 15 acres leaving plenty of land for an Hall pointed out a BlandlngTBiie Just a small portion some 15 acres, It was agreed!, after an hour's Osee R. Pagan John J Crews Ben-'
I J Hall,to look Into locating the range at outstanding FFA program Casey would dilute environmental issues of the 172-acre school farm would be discussion, to prioritize the site. OnHall's jamin M. Tench, B.A. (Buzzy) Green.
avoid '
1 Camp Blanding. pointed out. Plus the school board is and zoning hassles. required and the range would not hurt motion Seconded by Judy Jr., and Theron A. Vawri Jr.
at $300,000 to correct the agriculture Lawson, Becker the board voted 4-1 to make votes will be
looking spending Only negative point Hail l said; is program Up' for retention
A committee of Hall VoTechDirector deficiencies at Bradford .High School unlikely possibility that Camp'.Blan contended, .': ,v* -, i ,, : ;,r Camp Blanding its' first, priority and, Florida Supreme Court Justices
David Smith and Chairperson next year. ding will mobilized.'If the, Camp; .. t ;. -*.'(-i{ '"i..(f' t.e.g farm second: Leander J. Shaw Jr. and Raymond

Pat Spengler was named to meet now state property is mobilized and ', *;;X, ', ,' 'A'' '< Ehrlich and judges of the District
I" )with National Guard officials during Hall Pushes Blanding... becomes federal property, the school: "f t cannot justify buying land" when Vs ', ', Courts of Appeal, First Appellate
'the coming week and hopefully A long-time military personnel board could lose the driving'range, the school board already owns more Board member'' J.T. Parrish District Edward Earle Zehmer John
( have a report for the upcoming work board member Rodney Hall is Hall pointed out. >*"*' ; ., ""W- acreage than is needed for the pro dissented, preferring to make the ag' Kline Wigglnton, and Ralph W. Mm*
? session Bet for 7 p.m. Monday Feb'6. pushing Camp Blanding, if a written Blanding is on the, move pointed gram' >,{.',,*, :< farm first., .' mons, Jr. Voters can, mark ballots'
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Board of Adjustment AllnwgBuildine: ; I

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1 A special exception was granted rerddeeen adjoining property and is members.( -, '

Tuesday night, Jan. 31, by the Bradford a 50-year member in Free Masonry. At the regular zoning board
r > County Board of Adjustment to Building contractor Scott meeting;held*t 7 p.m., the petition of
; I allow construction of a lodge building Whitehead, who represented Yeagerat John Bi.: Gwltes wu..alllled'to rezone
JJr In ap open rural area off CR-229A. the meeting, said the proposed 40 Lots 34 and 35, Lake' Crosby Inlet,
1 : su-mlte west of S ...18.approximately xs 100 foot building would be of brick from Single'! Family home ,, to
i The 200 by 250 foot lot was donatedas veneer over steel building. RSF-MU., (mobile ) In
I ora a site for a York Rite Masonic At present the York Rite Masonsare order to place a doublewide mobile.

'.1' 4 ? t building! hv t.,.*.* D. Yeager, who Hull meeting" in the Lawtey' Masonic I. l.R home on the'property.

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t I The Chrls.tlall'and Missionary'Alliance has selected your growing'city In which tb

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People have discovered In a thousand cities and towns throughout the United

States and Canada, that the spiritual ministry and the fellowship of the Alliance

g ;;Churches provide challenging, and delightful environment for the entire family.

"' The Alliance has Consistently maintained, the church's historic faith not merely:.

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,(- 'p tart twl that fie died for man's sin on Calvary's, cross, that by coming to God in real repen

Rehearsal Under Way.*.,., .. tance and believing faith we receive forgiveness and eternal life.

Rehearsals are in full swing, for the award-winning and /Saturday MarcM.1.2; and 3. The purpose of our Alliance. Church, as you will early discover. .. Is to .share Its: faith
Lcrner-Loewe musical "Brlgadoon", the:next produc It will be presented at the Wo\I' al\'*.Club building on( \ In an all-sufficient, ever' present Christ who has made abundant provision ft man's

lion Above of the Bradford Community PU>er*., tot N. Walnut St.. f\j\; total need. It also exists to 'share Its loe and concern with you., Come visit us Sun-
members of the cast go'over the script. They A will be 'given on Sunday Feb.-26, { .
are from left to right Chris Wilson Chub Johnson Pat ,with discount ticket price for senior citizens T day, February 4, at 1:00'.m.l 1 the Adventist Church,building and see for yourself.l

Crawford and BUI.Wilson. Jr. Regular price for the tickets Is $12 and can be purch. -, ,,1.: ',.. '. ,,
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The play Is to be'presented as a dinner theatre under ed from Miss Lllllam 'Stump and Mrs. Marjorla,Thorn- Sincerely. s.

the sponsorship of the Woman's Club of Starke, on Friday son, or through' any member of,,(he Woman's:<:tub of. .. Erik: Von nleda. Pastor ,
and Saturday; Feb. 24-25. and on Thursday, Friday ka 1 7rarQ. 'ft.. ('M:"t'f, I I. '
Phone 964-4866
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Breakup of AT&TNo Grac' riiFor ThU 2,

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Contintental. Customers STRAW WESTERNS HAT

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On January 1, 1984, American regrouped into seven large regional
Telephone 4 Telegraph; the nation's phone companies,each Separate;from N *
largest company and oldest monopoly .the other AT&T kept its long distance Iiih
was broken up into eight separate business/research and development.
companies; causing more changes in organization manufacturing Subsidiary
the telephone industry than at any ,(Western Electric), and It has t r ,? / s'

time in the previous 100 years; ." founded a new subsidiary,AT&T In iih

formation Services to sell communications I I Iv

But most of those changes won't af: ,: equipment, % lit
feet local residents.

Continental Telephone of the South- "Its" important our customers': ,t '

Florida,, which: 'provides telephone understand that only AT&T and the f.- :
service to '21,709 customers in Bell'phone companies split up," said ; .
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Florida, is an independent phone Chesbro. "As far as our, service is ,
company and is therefore not included concerned 'we will provide the same
in the proceedings service now that we have always provided ApT l ONE US /
in be t
the past. It'll business as
"Continental Telephone of the usual,*'
South-Florida is not part of AT&T or
the Bell System! ,".said Scott Chesbro, 44 71t I ;
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Vice-Prestdent.and-State Manager. Business as. usual,, says Chesbro 9 WAS 1,45 WERE eas WERE 5.54
"There,won't be any.changes in our ;means Continental,Telephone of the MEN'S WESTERN SHIRT
SoujUthflorida will local AT FLUID, EAGL1'LMOTOR OS. MEN'S HOPSACK CASUAL Log.ue a H.id shin.Eagles .
provide sec- ,
Kiliatkmor, in the type. ofeejfrtce yreQrRTid@gitJtRitBldlplBrlr't Vuc tr '
type A wtlM A flD,7OW M tm.oW lttolol sd .p.sole. W jwilh .dked.aSptwt
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vice Ir '
Sonnecttons'for; distance
i'N* -long .wa irenwn 1NId I'oil ouwl ./ .b4.9Ilp.on or o.lord.? 2' F, S b.elr r r
i o.t > ,,,il'lVngI\1'UIeu.\Of"'h' *'ifcrtnpany jkAT6Trf
Under the terms of the co rt- MCI,etc.) carries those calls,' and the /
ordered breakup, AT&T legally option of purchasing telephone equip
separated itself from, its 22 Bell ment. The company will also continue:
Telephone Companies on New Year's to handle the monthly billing, for all
Day Those companies have already.' those services.J y1 a




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.. MEN'FASHION JEANS'
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.IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF.? Pursuant to 'Section with beck pocIcet d.t.u.tlraght '
COURTFORpSRADFORO FLORIDA. IN AND FOR,'' /leg*.Mwt'a aNa
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-;; ."865.09, Florida Slolu ,
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COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY,, '
nolle !I' hrby given
:V FLORIDAPROBATE 83-48S ? ; 'w
.CASE NO. ,
j.that the n .ralgned.,
DIVISIONFile .t' ,V'.Robvrt E. Allan, Jr. and .
Number 84.1-CP' CIVIL! ACTION ; )
BattyM. Allan 1304 N.
-> A. 'Brodford St., Stark.;;Fla. h
IN RE ESTATE; OF In r*:The Morrlog.'ofEDWARD 33091 joint aWRerl.da.In rJEAtar i \,
JAMES L, LEACH. .'. C.HOISINOTON. ': { business under the,

Deceased"'' J 1 "'' 'i... .'.ond ri'1: \ ; Husband- '" name SUPPLIES ol AllEN'S AND PRINTING OFFICE' : .1Ic s' : I1ttAcid : :' i':.: .
.J NOTICE .
'. VIRGINIA COMPANY, 113' E, 'CollSlr : I : '
OF ADMINISTRATION.Th INGTON'.. I .
HOI / ..
ti Stork. Florida'

\*. odmlnUtrotlon, of ''NOTICE' OP SUItPROPERTY.'i, .. ,3201 ragld)1, said intends flcuilou.to,,
the .sfot.'ofAMES L. ';''', :>'1 ,ham; :vnd.r'th..' rr'J
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LEACHdeceoted'FIt
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Number 84.1-CP, I* 'peri.dtny TO:."V1rglnlo..A.r I. lots' : '' DATED thi* 23rd day of
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in the Circuit Court .Ington ., January,' 1984.
for Bradford County, YOU ARE,, HEREBY i'' 1/26 4tpd 2/16 93' 88
.florlda iProbat* Division NOTIFIED that art action,. .,,,t t".H.t."'J.I! 1 1 88 T 9
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th*. addr** ol for a Petition fot;DfwolO- NOTICE WAS WAS 7.Oj WAS 15.55 WAS 1.5? 050.PRICE '

which I U Bradford County; .,Ian.'of Marrlao*'' (rlVolw; tOIl; INTENTION uei TA PAP2R TOWEL r ,tARSECUI OftLL' 10 LIL CHLORIN, MURIAIIC ACID MEN'S CHAMBRAY SHIRT, ,
Courthoui, Storke. Ing Mowing poper< \ :: )VTOREGISTER- JumboroSat12s.n..t. 15'grlSwill,Suet, 55iihkwkwk Pepod K.W.downNMMkw Polysst.r/oonon.tlavt.New
.Florida: 32091..: Thi .,.. In Bradford,County.' > FICTITIOUS NAME eon n meadNpA w.t w..nd..nn.ry. Iw.e..On. elan. dlkt.m.o.dcola..5x1, r@L
i name* and) oddr..*.. of .Florida; f'.I;:-V, ; ; *
the pronal representative Th* South:>; t.it ,of,;,"'i I.'. '; T; "
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of .. /..'ofi' -
and the p.tsunalr.pr.Iantotlva'S that portion / ;845.09 Florida Statute.
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attorney SEVi-SettlonlS, ,
SE' -.of
notice I If hereby given"
r>.cpr. >**t forth. Town.hlp 7 South, Kong that the"undflgnd' ,
below. 22"".,East/ whick'''iI.S'
Lorraine Champion, !P.O.
All lntrtd pvreon-' .Eosterly of County Grodd Box ,177. Storks, Fl Y
,or. required to file with, Rood MCpt (H. Eost276.f..td <32091, tol.owner,doing; '
thl* court,WITHIN THREE. Secttorj 15v bUilne under the name I>; y I Sla.A.VTi SIT
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NOTICE 11)I) all/ agalntt the>.*tat. and has been filed ,agolrat to regla'.r..old Pic- ..- 5"
,,((2): ) any objection by on you and you are r*lMlrd- Hlaouh _"ndet, th '. TLBHlIYS WIM!.....
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Ii President; J.E. Tomlinson tJvtiiiCh ;' .,ttl. _embers to. Get Involved:

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I, proposition t, the proposal to cut state
; Handing out a 15-item agenda new report at the March meeting on the Cooney and Fair Association Presi- dent Ray Norman. Adopted a community project of, taxes back to the 1981 level, but to
I. \ Chamber of Commerce President objectives that have been accomplished dent Ray Norman work out an ar- Community Projects: General- working with agencies. to have and get become familiar with the proposed R
.. J.E. Tomlinson urged the board of and entertain any additions rangement on sales of advertisments Steve Futch chairman; S.L. Peek the paved area'at the f&rgftunds state Constitutional amendment so
governors to work: at a special deletions and changes to the objectives in the county fair premium book Con- and Doyle Thomas. Christmas resurfaced and pave the road bet the ramifications can be explained to
I i .' meeting Monday,(Jan. 23. adopted in 1983" President sidertion is being given to hiring an ParadeWilliam Marchese chairman ween the ag building and Farm local businessmen. The go \
( "If,you haven't gotten the impression Tomlinson named Richard Welty, outside person to sell the ads because Eddie Douglas and Keith GUI- Bureau building. voted 122 against"taking: a sr ernorsl on\
by now that ou're involved chairman, John Miller and Richard Manager Cooney is new' to the job and Ingham the tax cutting\ '.amendment, 'I' w1*...;'

you've missed. the point," llIaldTomlinson. tee.Schlofman to an Objectives' Commit especially busy now .", ":.t\\\; chairperson Annual meeting; and Ken: Evelyn Platt.Womack, Decided at Tom inso ':suggestion,?, .v. )>%; '. :" H ', .?";?, 'i,. 4 i.

In the 45mlnute'meeting, the Appointed the following '*ommittees Business Improvement Award: to consider using the Chamber office Heard President Tomlinson' suggest -
I
Susan for night meetings by groups. Gaines
Voted baseball teamon : t- Jerry Ely, chairman
governors: to sponsor a along the lines of community involvement
take
I a weak voice approval from the Govermental affairs: L.M. Gaines, Faulkner and Byron Terwillegar. and Douglas were named to a projef' like the Dorcas
: Recommended to the governor's board members at a cost of $250 chairman; Starke Mayor Jimmy Executive Committee: Steve Den another look. at the I proposal, Drake* Christmas party in Jacksonville
mark, L.M. Gaines Jones, and' ,: : .
office local insurance agent Harold Crosby County Commission E.W. -,,Roger against! : t' .
Davis for appointment to the Brad- Left it to Chamber Manager Mike !Hodges, and Fair Association Presi- Richard Welty. Decided taking a stand on

ford County Development Authority. ,
The name of Tomlinson. and Jim -
:
Womack the also governor.are pending Current approvalby DA AMERICAS\ FAMILY DRUG STORE ,

members are Guy Andrews L.M
"! Gaines' and Bill Alderman.
MiDEWN'TRfIk SA.L'E''i
\1,; Okayed Tomlinson's suggestion to
"revisit our objectives and give a ,
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44 YOU'LL' IdVARM UP TO THESE STOREWIDE SAVINGS, 'REGARDLESS -, ,.

CommunityNews OF THE WEATHER!


M''. ARRIA R9 '01.
Ifil
; TelluaaboutyaurnewBundleondrecelve e RIGHT GUARD

r'l Eckorcf FREE Baby Bundle plus FREE membef- 9-01.. MODOMNTOr4OZ. tr.
ANTI-PIKSMIMNT
t'b:
ship In Eckeftft Baby Bundle Club. Members
by Elizabeth Walker receive discount coupons for Baby's prescriptions 1 9
phone 9M-6S81: and much needed baby products: ,
Visit our Pharmacy for details Limit 2
f Cuffee DISPOSABLE CDIII
Phyllis ,

4 Kenneth CrugerTo LISTERZVHNT 'RAZORS da TUJtrlS

Wed Feb. 4 I ANTACID

-1 i MOUTHWASH S9CII 3"1tk41' GOOD NEWS OIL OP 1J
Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Cuffee of
Starke, requests the honor of your attendance S9 um?1 Compare to Swivel. DISPOSABLE RAZORS MCK 2S
at the marriage of their 2 Limit>i 2 packs rAa ors Limit /y
I' limit 1 pack
daughter, Phyllis Maria, to Kenneth \. packs :. l
Cruger, On Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7 p,m. .
in Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap-
tist Church. 11] :.,. FOR OILY HAIR ONLY f3T."i I

come.Everyone is cordially invited. to EXTEND 12 SHAMPOO or /

A reception will follow the wedding'. COUCH SYRUP RINSE
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'i 1 COLD CAPSULES r OO7-OX. "MY
00
ceremony C1 179L'Im Limit 2
!r gTfc: DRY ROASTED a *ACK O* 10

t Revival Feb. 15.. I PEANUTS, JARReg. Di. 99qIFOL

Pentacostal Evangelist!! Church will .,2.39Compare EXTRA STRENGTH VIDAL SASSOON \
host a revival nightly beginning Feb. I 159 to PAIN RELIEF HAIR SPRAY
1 through 5. Pastor Jr lette Long. Ser Planters "' eoTArnrrsorMCAPfUUS AFRIN %- /
vices to be held by vangelist Merrily Limit 2 NASAL SPRAY tY i 1997:0I 1Umlt
j' n Lang of Brunc ge, Ala. rau

All churches are it sited to attend. ; ; 149 'w.n rnua 'i ,

Black<<: History Workshop Compare to Tylenol:

I February An I
MR. CLEAN
In observance of Black History-
I Month, the Lawtey Recreational ALL-PURPOSE CLEANER MEN'S TOPSIDER CAST IRONHIBACHI = '' 1ft !lItIMS') ,4 ;
Center will sponsor a Black History o SHOES =_ = /
Workshop February 4, from 1 to 3 MV.14.M 10" MITMa. -
.
I:' p.m. The workshop will provide Reg. 209 11 992SOZ. tM i CIARA "
educational study of blacks in history, 169 i99
their contributions and ac NATURAL SPRAY,
I 99 dL11fI
complishments.All PLASTIC
ru :
All children are invited to come out 0 ..,. t ,; 'KITCHEN'SHELF LUNCHMATJ&COOLER
and join in the fun of learning about M* 17.M ,
the makers of world history. I MO. see J'
D
A special beginn- 1288 FOSTER GRANT
evening program 9"
ing at 7 p.m. with guest speaker Rev a SPEC 1000SUNGLASSES q
!. Freeman Gallmon, of Gainesville, '
with host of choirs will conclude 30-INCH '
the PALMOLIVE GOLD ua:I WIRE MESH
997-
i' BAR STOOL
days events.
STACK CHAIR
II BATH SOAP v ctuMumraooMO.14.M
47S-OZ. RM. .5. each iI G t MO. 12ft WHITMAN'S /

aw A V 999 7" RED FOIL /
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3/1/ HEARTE99 .
Historical Exhibition CO .... I.SO
During Battle of Olustee I 'ijiiJ FABRIC REEL & RODCOMBINATION -

Festival in February Limit 3 bar : M01 SOFTENER.. PALMER limit: 2I flM "

6"
j Historical firearms and relics will .
1 be exhibited by a large group of collectors 129 *. Pistol grip rod. J SWEET GREETS f
I at Lake City during the Battle 77 e.... ...
j
I of Olustee Festival in February. Exhibits Compare to. :
will include the largest collection I' Downy. SANYO AM/FM 'Limit 2' ,, '..'.
!
., ,PORTAIU' ;
of Olustee battle-related artifacts I r :
.' Seminole War period arms DEPEND STEREO CHOCOLATE HEARTS
and relics, a collection of American ADHESIVE CASSETTE MAMKFOBDCUPIO '1
West Colts and Winchesters,WWI and 1.... ...__ HEART r '' ;)
WWII firearms, and assorted historic I Gyro : Ra. 2M Rea n..Iw MUM y
a
oxo* MART*
uniforms, artillery projectiles, paper 1H 64- YOUR crrace !
: work, photography, and personal i7s-ez.
I items. .i

I pr I : PLASTIC DOUBLE MttO BASF 9OMJN.AUDIO .. Solid chocolate ;
This exhibition is an excellent, opportunity COMET or AJAX CLOTHES,HANGER: CASSETTE Limit 2 ti J j
-
.
for members of the general TAPES =
public to see authentic historical CLEANSER : A MMl MM HOLDIR CONAIB "CURL AIRE" ,
firearms and artifacts of various 14-OZ. R.... 3V MCllRflBflB CHEER or TIDE 1 I PACK OPSMO.IM HOT AIR BRUSH/IRON J
periods in American history, as well / LAUNDRY DETERGENT ,CO-U Ree.e.M
;. "
WITH SMCIAL MMTI orreR
as meeting Individuals very / I .488, :
knowledgeable in those specialties. 7 9 2." 1tL8f3 'a
.Most of these collectors are willing to 199..oz.1 while 41
evaluate arms and artifacts broughtin FOR last ,-? ,
by the owners at no cost,and manyof .While quantities I last 18.88 r+w an :t
the collectors will have items. for. 1
sale and trade also. i

:' EQUITY SUPERBELLKEYWOUwD ,:;
This exhibit will be' held at the
American legion Hall, two miles 1
south of Lake City on Itt. 41, Kfb. I? ALARM' i::
from 6 to 10 p.m. and Saturday!..Feb!' : ":M1 tt.. .
:
.18, from 9 a._m. to 6 p.m. .. '
>I'
988. .,..
-
s HAMILTON BEACH Twd metal it"
Clay Electric refunds.., "'92-CUP, COPFHMAKERSPflOAL keys wind. I;:!
A 2.3'million capital credits refund .11IM n." time &. ALL VALENTINE"
HEFTY STEEL-SAX : InwrE or.tar '
will be mailed!in early March to over :, DURACELL "AA"BATTERIES ': alarm.. PLUSH ANIMALS
60,000 former and persent membersof TRASH BAGS ? ]t 34.88 Sate Prlcr-! r... "d
Clay Electric who paid, -.. -r *l4aD-in'Rebate ....... '
Cooperative AE1.Acor2 ::5 9 .ox 01' 10. I dip .... /O .
,for electric service In 1974 and 197$. so-GIILLCIII ", :'
L 7 RWJI9 1 f"
.. .,; 2S.88> Final CostV
According to T.B Millican, Clay' 1 ; I # REGULAR PRICES j
Electric general manager the ## 'Brew,startYour.24 r,'iclotk/dr !,,"1

Co-op's board of trustees approvedthe t: i TETITTT TtLJE
refund at its reglar hoard meeting :

9th in late January and It represents, the IN DAILY 9 t09. SUNDAY, S tO'JLJghl' PtlW good thfU ,Sat.,F b,,4tFIWC .
consecutive year that 'capital When you're serious about 35mm jnSfftVt THC MGHT TO LIMIT Q1IAN jL ;

credits Millican have also been said refunded.the amount of the ... .. . . . . e r PH

refund for individual members of the L JLTRALAB 3,1 if

cooperative pend upon.how for those much years the members wilt d paid for electric service. \ 'PHOTO! PROCfSSI NO ', i f
Cay! Electric. Coop Is non profit," UCWIVr1YAUCxiap '- ; Sr, Walfiut e t Storfec. '
\ Millican said. ""This, means that the 30%IAROM SUEVIO OU>lWV KOOAK w, rvfir'? ,
V margins,.for each year'- credited U> PRINTS NEOATMS PAPM }}n, ';k r4 r' l 'i r "Witj StiF reUETAALUPROCESSINQIF

nwmhor'ri and account refundedin at( the future end of years ca..hyear T P don 4 ', :N, ';'.:kid '0 y2$ I f i{ tf1I 'J

'when the financial: condition of the Coop :-
1,1 #
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It took a while to get untracked but to two points early in third quarter. were'Uobbi'e arden and parity Green
Tornado basketballers; exploded In Then Bradford broke '
for 22 points each with It.Score .
I the 8 onohalf( Tuesday night, Jan. while holding- the Indians to eight to I I
31, in Bradford High gym for a big up the lead to 43-27 by the end of the by quarters: 7
I 74-43 over Keystone's Indians. third Bradford 1'4' 22 29 -74K.ysfon.1 s I +

1 A sure shooting Robert Bellamfhl(,.. In.:the period.! -.last period BHS rolled.iii 29 '*' ?' '$' .'l"v Ii a B ib"p" ,..4Individual :. ai

for 24 points.to lead BUS, to"'a 74-43" points to put Keystone out of teach. scoring j? -l':? f 1t.lf: ."I' i Np
"We .rejust real happy to have a '.VO-4-24?t 11\1:\ it' .
scar-. win/> noted Sexton. Bradford) Bellamy{ Francll
ed.The -Daren Chandler addedanother 19 2-3-7, Norman 2.3-1."andUr3O7,
win over the Indians along witha points and Hcrbie Cooper 11 to the Cooper 5-1-11 Johnson 01-1 Hankonon
closer than the score indicates 5 -46 :Tornado effort 1-0-2, Warren" 1-0-2, Frounfoltor 0-0-0,
loss to Orange Park last Friday night BUS shot 42 percent, 29of6from\ Mitchell 1-1-3. Totals,J .1474.Koyttonoi ?
puts the Tornadoes at 9-8 field 'DoreUn 4-3-11', B; Marvin-' p
on the the : In the 'first half the Tor 't
season. nadoes shot only 29 percent 9-for-31. 2-0-4.1, Croon 4210. D. Gr..n 4-3-11 T. :, f
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Bellamy. 'We need to make sure he Bellamy, Chandler and Cooper, hit 53 Guotorman-'. Total Ifr-15-43.Js .' i'' : : br ,
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does that, more often," said Coach percent of their shots from the field, '. 'v/;' rid rwY.i. >
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capable of doing on a regular basis.' Cooper grabbed 18 rebounds. His It was much-closer: than: the'score, '. J 4tkFa

The Tornadoes hustled from the scoring came mostly close,around the indicates, but Class 4A Orange Park
beginning Tuesday, led by point basket, rebounding and putting back ,
guard John David Francis. It was a the shots from himself and others. Win..Pt1Ai'' "
contrast to recent games in which the Leading scorers for the Indians (See Big ) :

Tornado five played with little emotion ,
until too late. When they finallysaw \ -. ". ". ', ,'' .. .,',
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happen for us," notes Coach Sexton. ::1' .

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numerous turnoovers by the KH. five. 4wi' ,.Ii',,| ;'j//,
'?\Todd McLeod (Number 10) gets the ball In around team's ability to hit good from the outside, enabled. :. '
: 1 the outside in the win over Orange Park last Friday them to play good Inside game. \ ,

\i. 'i night,. Junior, VarsIty'' Coach John Slater said that, the, The'Baby Tornadoes are 6-1. after,*,a,three. game losing '.
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of play which Includes three "must" .', .. ) a .rlI1i'f", ,,.4 l' l"\'I.\ ',' \\I' '' '' :
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Hawthorne and St. Augustine have Tornadoes 1'Make' it 3' In-a4lbw '
both beaten the Tornadoes earlier this :
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through January.

"Interlachen is a much improvedteam ,Baby Tornado'' cagers continued too...." Four Tornadoes scored 'in double
we are not taking them their winning ways with a 68-45 shut Bradford 'is now 6-7 so( far this= digits. Frank Long led with 17 points.
lightly," says Sexton. "This week all ,down of Keystone Tuesday night 'and season and face three tough district Kevin Holmes hit for 16, R. Brown
three games are in the district and JN54-51 win over Orange Park Friday games this week.Thursday with 14, and Cecil1 Jackson 11.
they are very important' to us; We, 'night.MThis. night the Baby Tornadoes Hlan Brooks scored a game high 19
have got to come out on the top side" waY was the third win in-a-row for travel to Mawthorne then Friday host points for Orange Park, but ,was the

'!ID1, .roU(, .,*the junior varsity.cagers. Last week Interl chen. Tuesday night Bradford only.Raideruto! s.coire\,? er.Uve. point;,f'
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Glad to finally get a win,'* commented Lji"L ing Kenny during the win over Keystone with Score by Quarter: season with their second straight win.

Head Bradford Coach Mike 23: points. Frank Long added another Bradford 16 IS. I 14 23 *.iK.atono '
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Sexton after breaking the three game 19 points followed by Todd McLeod 01 10 '14 14 45 Scor. by quartern:
losing streak. "We broke open a close with 12. INS It 126 20 44'

gamewe've been 'needing big Yours "We just'went out and played good Ura fo.dHolm.I.; 10-3-23, Lang ',.OranooPork II 3 19 14 SI
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win. basketball" noted BHS Junior varsity '8-3-19, McCleod 4-4.R Jackson 3.0'6, G.
Break open a close game is just Coach-John Slater "We did good Jackson- 0-1-V.. Jqnor 0-1-1. Total Individual (coring?
what the Tornadoes did. Keystone;, Simon Mitchell (Number 10) and Tommy Johnson (Number: 23> make sure' from the outside, which enabled.us to 28-11-24.J : BHSi Holm. 7-2-U. tang i-1-17.. Brawn
rallied in the second quarter to pull that someone from Bradford gets the ball during the game aainsfOtange. ball, to the I inside," 0-2-14, C. Jackson '.'.11. Mel.... 033.
within four points 23-19, by the end of Park last Friday night. get the. BUS 64 Orange Park 51 G. Jackson 0-1-1, B.. Jock.on 102. Totals
the first half, after BUS jumped off to The Tornadoes won one and dropped one this week'; making their mark 9Mi" "Once An early lead enabled the JV five to 2S-19.64. "
a 12-4 early lead. KH cut the BUS lead !soar' this season. This -week the Tornadoes face three district games.: we'got ahead we worked on run a man-to-man defense and clear Grange Park) Lusts 2-3-S.". Punik 1-0-2':
the fast break'and that'really put us St.ph.nson 0.1.1, 'Burk 3-2-t. Brown
out under the basket for a 64-51 win
ahead says Slater. "The kids just over Class 4A Orange Parkin the BHS 7.9.19. Cain 2-1:5.: Igglo 1-0-2 Mancll
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plaVed\ a game gym last Friday night. 011.' I'Total, tS-Jl-51." '," J
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I Bradford's Don Thornton had three period"of his tintVictory: '" : 'The:regional meet;,will be at Sebr: 4 : ,, ,
straight pins\ to take the heavy weight In the second round Bresee recorded lag Feb, 10-11 and,the state meet wllf '
division championship at the another; fall over the number three be in Tampa l Feb 17-18. -
Jacksonville Episcopal Wrestling\ seeded Ira Coley of FD&B. .We think we have created some Interest -
Tournament last weekend. Bresee won the most exciting in the school and the area We
Thornton a 269 pound Junior pinned match of the tournament 85In the? made, great strides in bringing the "S ,
number one seeded Ricky Blake of semi-final round over Rick Bissa. of ,, program back to the students and S ?
Springstead in the., championshipround Riverside Military Academy, of.(,,"' back respectability," notes, Sim. "
to t.aketh" trophy. G ./' P klns. ,
Ted Bresee was runner up for BUS gresee." lost the":chalnplonshlpi'j: ;, '"We feel nut wrestlers'are in good
in the 171 pound division.' Bresee'wonthree mrtch'to'kiipatrickhKilpatrick now;:,, physical and mental condition. They, ; fl,
rounds of the tournament before hale a perfect 23-0,individual' record. know some good fundamental wrestlIng -'
being knocked out by number one , and,we will bea.. good wrestling;
seed .and defending state champion team in 1984-85;' says Simpkins.
Antonio Kilpatrick of Wakulla. Wrestlers to be Awarded....

Next season'the;Tornado wrestlers I II
"At this stage of the season we feel Bradford wrestlers will receive two should have plenty' of experience. ,I
surprisingly optimistic, despite our special performance awards at the ,
Barring any problems, 10 of 12 1 \ t.r.r. ; 11 !
losing record says BHS Wrestling' end of the,season. These awards are wrestlers ,will be ,returning next ,'
Coach Ezra Simpkins. "We tee the wrestlers with the best .
given season. "We still feel like we can have '
realistically didn't think, we would, performance 'for'the season in two a couple'of our wrestlers placing in| I f
have a winning dual meet this season. skill categories district this season." ,b sL S', ; '
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We did hope to win two or three mat The first skill category is taking the Simpkins noted that BUS wrestling ?
ches." to the mat from his feet. ',i \ I
opponent made money at the gates and conces- .,, ,
"The Episcopal tournament is bill'ed This will be the "Takedown Machine sions for the first time in history. .J
as the unofficial class 2A state AWard.So "The BHS Administration faculty ,'/ S )' I
tournament,'*added Simpkins.In far the top three leaders in that students'' .and the Starke-Bradford ;, CrN'' ,lY., 4 Sv '
Thornton's: first win of the tour category are Tony Williams in the 126 community have really supported us\ :" I
nament he recorded a fall over Ron pound division with 12 take downs and this season," notes Simpkins. '' r A.
nie Story of' Wakulla in the first Tim Nugent 121 and Ted Bresee 170; ; :: !II.
period. with 11 take downs each. !". ..'" ',"', ,," ,
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: over Lamar Maddox of the Florida '''Most Falls"award. BHS leaders are !o1I'i" '
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city Jn the
In the championship round, Thorn- with nine and Nugent with six. Bradford will be joining the United'States ; : capers Friday night Orange Park game.. +
ton pinned Blake in the second periodof This weekend BBS wrestlers will be Wrestling Federation Club this>j ;; ?;' Bradford Cheerleaders and twin sisters Diane (left) Bradford Cheerleaders always' I give the cagers>a;; ,
the match. district month. The'club'2will practice at \';jfi and Melanie (right) Woods cheer on the Bradford rboost during home games; | '.n'('>- ",'" ':gr:
competing in the champion ." '
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home court Friday night Jan. 27: But Pinkney stuck With Chandler andforce4 Orange Park won 126. :f : Western" Auto "' -'
BHS had trimmed the Orange Park : BHS to go I to Sam Norman as The varsity went in the second'' .
lead to two points 46-48 with 36 time was running out. Norman's period;didn't do any better, and BHS$. 1 Stirkl ; '..
seconds left in the game, and had the foot shot was close but bounced off the, was down 10 points at the half 2919. ] Sidewalk SaleTaws. ,
basketball and a chance to tie the rim effectively giving OP its second. BHS began to come on in the third, ;i
score. Coach Mike Sexton called timeto win this season over BHS. period, but didn't really come to life : .,Fri.,i Sat '
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\ Ben Dickerson always wanted to own his own radio station. 'that small town atmosphere gave the couple plenty M reasons' to''
, ''Ever since I was a little boy I've wanted to have my own station comtemplate! a move to Starke. K,>;.
) to play around with," says Dickerson, who has over 25 years of experience "We love the weather and; we love the people we'.va:,tnet so far,"
as broadcast technician for WCAV, a CBS owned Station in Ruth Dickerson says. "We'didn't want any part ofoM,big city so l'
I Philadelphia which provides exclusive coverage of teams like the when we found out about the station here being for SaJwe couldn't ,tr

Phillies in baseball and the NBA champion 76'ers in basketball. wait to check it out. As we were driving back to Madden Heights, we l
i Dickerson's search for a station of his own culminated last October were talking about and we couldn't find too many negatives We've'
when the New Jersey native and his wife Ruth, an active been tremendously excited about It ever since.I. d1'f \ il

j j I partner, purchased WPXE, a popular country music station based The Dickersons discovered that the local station was for sale
I here in Starke which had been owned by John and Lee Sanders through Chapman Associates, a unique media brokerage Tirm ''I
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! Listeners might notice a change in the airwaves as the couple's media companies'for the past 30 years. .1.. .

influence begins to make itself felt in the programming offered on 'The Dickersons are living in a well-equipped efficiency' apart-. ."" .
the local FM station. ment located right in back of the station on Hwy. tOO. ;, S 4o ,
" "We're changing the format somewhat, we'll be giving our disc "It's like any other small business, it needs constant attention," f

jockeys a little more leeway to plan their own shows and do their Ben says as he looks through a huge pile of records, old and new, s, ,.M :
own thing," Ben Dickerson said as he and his wife Ruth paused fora which have been in the station's library in the many years since the ,* a :; j
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radio station. "We'll be sticking with country music, we've found it the station in 1965, and changed the format to FM in 1977. '

I the single most popular form of music around right now, and I get Four fulltime disc Jockeys make up the station's regulars at midday 'I'I'. 1"
the feeling people here really like their music." sent including Larry Brunner in the morning, Bryan Jay at :
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I AM radio station owners in Florida. The cause? Interference. "We want the station to become more involved with, the com iS, I Iyral ..., .t" ""'. '"" ,", :
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, 1. Jerry Clower Show... The BHS Bond Boosters will present two shows by J.rry Clower, held In Stark Monday night at 6:30: ;Call .. ._ .. rti '" .".',. ; !. .,
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Joc.phus, and" Ellam Baptist Church. In Melro. '"," ", ,. ., l '. ; ,' .' ", t' 1,1 '' ,:>; ". .U ; ,:""';sm4'' l ; 'r" .
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'[Thursday night when they take on the high powered Hornet, ranked number two In th* and! social function A w.kIV'clone.. I I. being held an '. ITh. Gainesville Civic Ballot loins force with the Plorldq Player and the J. Rlt Union
Iatot. In the latest poll, Thursday: night In Hawthorn. beginning at 8 p.m. weekly or monthly gef-togather* of Florida Department of Music In presenting en exciting (novation *
BHS for another district contest Friday ',eoch: Friday night at the Women' Club; located two blocks couth of the traffic.light on ;1 'and the University to ?' .
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'night \In Stork ; square.. p.m. .. The donors sort ot 730: Hi. ."' .,',', ,. .. ', ."The Firebird" and"Th Cannon p 1I.t" will prs ;
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,. Macclenney* com come to town Tuesday night for onoth.r non-district motchup. For more Information, 'on the. club and"social' wants' ,.call Viola Mlzk at ('"J2397M.1v.. \' .,,7' ....., '.
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: Aerobic O..... will be'of.r.d' from S-4 p.m Monday, Wednesdays and Friday 'Calender local events, churth gatherings.'tp.cial.p.akereor:; new group organizing 1'
.KHHS lady Indiana v*. Florida CUB The Lady Indian lac; a t tough rival for the **cond,,, beginning Jon.lo.through. March 9. Classes are ponord by'h. Bradford Hospital twill! be Included on ,equ..t;V/* must ask,that you keep fhrn a* concise' ,a.'polbl.

'tim this saonFlorldu( bal halted an eight game win streak when they edged KHHS by Center for Health and Fltne*.' Classes ar*ffe* to compre wnsiv. rWlotmberi and 98 pert ,A' vV'j'', '/:' < V-" .:*
ham this Thursday night In Keystone Height at th* KHHS Gym-. ,. ,' .
'four In Novmbr) at class or $40 for the elyht week tentaoV fof "everyone .lso; Call 964-4910; 1 to "Ia i 5 ;
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Aerobk. *.* :are>eln KHHS Indians v*: CrMnt City The Indian.,who received on honorable mention in thelatest at 4:30 In''room 126 at Union County High School Also| In Sfarke ontTuMday! .TI>* Ooln*.vim museum faturi'. Florida eav*. flv. Fkxido.coiystemsA'the Hall of
stat.poD-Brit the. hoatll confIn of Crcnt City for a non-district contest Fit-; p.m. Call 944-5078 for -*" '"' Poloc and Obct Gallery Hour 9-3 w"*Adoy* and $oture '
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Starke's Judy Duffy w given t a new chance at life after' a 'heart__tr.. i'tl si6tw..w.g;,q I;::' i


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By Mark Frlcdlln OCT Staff Writer 1 d h I

a I How can you possibly describe how 1 Nlonc""= ;.i?! J I :) :g ;.
It feels to have another person's heart. .1 '" "
beating In your chest? I 1 t I 0 ;i:

.. .',\ StarkVs Judy Duffy knows,she Is a .;\. I I ; }
heart who had her .1 Duetocircumstancesbeyondourconjii ; ill" '.
transplant patient ( i I 1 \i ,
operation last year at the it.I'd J 1 trot the on page 1 ,; :
and Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburg, t 14 t i' jii it ;,.t?tff ii. 1 0'' this week's Tf&V.robrl'( '> Center all 1 fS1';; ;
she doesn't hesitate a minute in will not Also. '
telling how biz a change the operation rL't1 f t ? 14Kgddjswelryigpotovayableinoll. a I! 4 ;
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made in her life. W. regret 1ff ., ,
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surgery"I opened was all my eyes after couldn't the ) .! ';'y EI;:I :'f It j irrorandanyinconvenienteca4tied, It,,t 1 4:0 4-;r" ;
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In her home last week. "I : ,
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felt wonderful. I hadn't felt so strong ., ,: ', .I' '0 'I': ;!
or healthy in a long time. It's like a 1 ,:< "
fresh start on life." I I : ; ,1' '' '
Mrs. Duffy her husband, Martin f.rZYi I,:;,jt' .
and their eight children moved here I Ii I I' !: M
in 1976 from Liberty Ohio, and im- I. ., J.+, '
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mediately fell In love with the I'' .; I'J
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southern weather and hospitality this .
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Bradford Motel sot and rwwwwrw. "
on Hwy. : ------------w w. ..
operated the business for the next -
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three years. / \
The stress of trying to make the '.
new business go, however added to .' ,
the toll extracted from a pack-a-day ,
cigarette habit, resulted in severe -i/
health problems for Mrs. Duffy who C
also served as a registered nurse. ;
She had a major heart attack in 1978 SPORTSCENTER

and Hospital entered In Gainesville.Alachua General i

"I had been a nurse but I never
really imagined the severe pain that Trailblazers...

Mrs.heart attack said.victims"It was experience the most," Starke's Judy Duffy(second from left on tenter.'row .: ;The two patients.seated to Mn.Dalfy's right' are now
Duffy
painful thing you can imagine. The with glasses>)> Is seen here with a group of five other heart ;{ deceased which were the result complications rather .I
difficulty In breathing combined with transplant patients and members of the medical staff at than any defects in their new hearts.The three male pa-
the feeling of constriction in the chest her the Presbyterian last Hospital In Pittsburg, Pa.where. she' had. UenUUtandhig In the rear>)> are still alive and well.. 107F. Edwards Road '964-7434 Starke'I I
operation May.
makes it a very scary experience."
She was in the hospital for two Purchase YourJERSEY
weeks and underwent the usual treatment
for heart attack victims -. rest, anytime soon. Florida National Guard's Camp Blan- y
medication,and a process known as a "They had such a long waiting list ding training facilitywhere: Mr.Duffy COME SEE e
Heart Cathatarizatlon, in which they said it might have been years works.
docters probe the inner reaches of the before all the factors came together,"' "There's no way in the world to Here. I
patient's heart with a long thin,flexible Mrs. Duffy said. "I knew then I would really describe how grateful I am for THE'GATOR y S Get YourLETTERING
tube with a lighted end attached. have to start looking somewhere their help." Mrs. Duffy said. "People \'
"The docters look for damage to the else." here have been wonderful. Moving P FREE '<
surfaces of the heart by releasing a Then her father who lives in Ell- here was the best thing we've ever '
dye, then tracking it as it passes ington,Florida,heard late in 1982 that done." 4O ,with. Sweetheart's Name or
through the system," Mrs. Duffy they were!doing the transplant opera- ST
said. "They sent me home in two tions at the Presbyterian Medical College The operation took place on May 19, AT'ALLIGATOR :' message of love....
weeks, and I was really alright for in Pittsburg, Pa. 1983 and lasted just over two and a
about one year Then I started getting T'My docter sent them a letter the half hours standard for a transplantwith This offer good through February 18Jf ,
some of the signs of what is called next day and in just a few days I was no complicating factors. CREEK
congestive heart failure, in which the accepted in their program," Mrs. "I have good strong lungs t Mrs.
heart loses its ability to pump excess Duffy said. "They did another Duffy says. "The doctors say that has RANCH INC.US "HI *
fluids through the body. You just feel cathatarization on Valentine's Day, increased my chances of survival by I 2 & $5
awful,tired all the time and you can't Feb. 1983, then told me I should be as much as 60 percent compared to 301 S StartsmaaammBamaaaaam JERSEYS

get out and do anything. I went backto ready to fly to Pittsburg on a four patients who have lung damage as _,
the hospital and they told me there hour notice." well as damage to the heart." '- = -

was nothing they could do, my heart One year after, she takes steroids ,
was too enlarged.and weak for treatment Hearts are taken from accident vic- and a drug called cydosporin to aide. ,
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tims who are declared "brain dead" the fight against rejection pi the new 'f _
Her physicians; Drs. Gary Cooper and have no chance of survival. Permission heart oy her '' ()C"t'h! Ch ;
and LaurM Singer, {tainted a bleak must be given by"surviving" .;'?*.''rlj

plct ',f..Pi-r, '.":"J IS',ft XJr Ucon1erence'P 'W -' 'theforpatients relatives chances of of course obtaining, further donor'' hear; tt.nsP ca&niuy I1Pt: t'oen : ii" cW; Ji4,=f it. II ..Y.; !ltJl I..j1'iU...lUt-.,..,-.......' i. Z., 2>3oEthk +t lryqaifl 2")i r.' h,11,xavwbl.,..{7t. .' ,"

"They told me that there was very many of them in serious pient. J ra ? 'P'' "".'" '. "
little they could do,"Mrs. Duffy said. condition on waiting lists throughoutthe :
Then she looked up with a defiant country. (-'I was in the hospital for 89 days,
smile. "Well, I wasn't about to take which is about normalMrs.. puffy Tickets' : : ) :
that for an answer. I,told them to go "I cried when they called me and says. "But coming home was the 4 + ': '
back and hit the books. They must told me they had a heart ready for greatest feeling of my life, my new I S JI'' I
have, because they came back In a me," Mrs. McDuffy remembers. "I life with a strong new heart." ; ;: 4 '
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couple of days and asked if I would felt like I was dying. I felt like my to the ; .1
consider a heart transplant. I didn't heart was killing me slowly and there The longest living heart transplant ,
hesitate a second.Any option sounded was nothing I could do about it. I was patient is in South Africa where she rr
better than none at all.' so excited on the way up to Pittsburg I has been getting along quite nicely v M ( 0
"'The doctors sent her medical almost had another heart attack but I now for almost 14 years ''since her .
records out to Stanford University in was very happy and excited at the operation performed by Dr. Christian' Jerry Glower :
California, where they initially accepted -. same time."/ Barnard, the surgeon who ac-
her and put here on a waiting Mrs. Duffy's travel expenses have .complished the world's first successful ;.
list to receive a donor heart. been paid for out of two very special heart transplant in 1968. !
As time went by with no response,. fundralsing projects, set up by both "I'm going to set a new record," Show NOW. i 41 i +
however she started to realize that Starke's First Presbyterian Church Mrs. Duffy says with a defiant smile .
there was little chance she would where Mrs. Duffy is a member andby "With the help of my family and
have her operation at Stanford a group of emnlnvera at the friends here,,1 can, do it." J ,k. '?


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Farmers Improved Home Financial Offers Planning OPEN 8.5:30 frt. : : 7 & 9 ; :

For Borrowers r--VlSNlI,1! : than.- 8-12" ,,Sat.s ,;]if : p.m. :


Beginning with the 1984 crop year, 11II 964j'911 ; '. 11
Feb
farm borrowers the Farmers Home :years H

Administration will receive better ,. .
financial planning assistance throughthe Experience:

new Coordinated Financial FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE \ "1. ,
Bradford School
Statements (CFS), according to Mitchell High Auditorium
N..Drew, FmHA State Directorof Hwy. 301 407 N. Temple Ave. Jf.', .

Previously Florida. farm. borrowers have Starke, Florida We Install and Check System, Named "Country COmic of the, Year .

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used the agency's "Farm and Home
Plan" to analyze their operations and a (FREE) If" BHS Band, Boosters will I
plan financial strategies.""Tbe Farm present two shows, consecutive: years by.the,major Country Music
and Home Plan has served the agency ate at 7 p.m.J the other at!9 p.m.,Saturday; Feb., trade and fan publications Glower has a fertile;
and Its borrowers I long and well/ 11,lathe Bradfor High School Auditorium.- imagination and ha sells, the really.good-life,
Drew said. "It has not changed A 'Along with Jerry dower,:local band Jocephuslaughter; remembering the fun had,by all;in
substantially since it was developed and the Ghost Rider.Band- from' ,Hampton ,:"iIl. their! lives,the friends,the simple things enjoyed
nearly SO years ago." III/1UGlA also be performing.:. .' ,by all and humorous side of.'even the bad,
'The intricacies of modem farm- :, Tickets are$7 each for the two shows'and may (times'in ones life. Listening to Jerry's stories of '' '

ing, with its emphasis on large-scale 1 :be purchased from True"'Value Hardware. .life In Amf,te County Mississippi! ,may Just be the. :;
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marketing, i .
operations competitive Stumps Department Store SEaraChub's Sports; :Imost delightful{entertainment one can recall.: '
and diversity of production, require Center and the Chamber of Commerce office in' '
financial Battery.t. please comeout, and supportthe BBS Band1f i
sophisticated techniques Good farm management financial ; f Starke;Andrews Drugs In Lake Butle;Sliufcrd'sAmoco ", i'Ii. JBeostera February 1| and listen,to some of the 0 :
Station In Lawtey,and at Andrews Drugs? 9 "J .mostentertainiag I' ?
'management Is absolutely necessary f. : "" : music by,local talent an'dsoak;! :.
r for farmers to succeed in the 1900'/' ,TOP QUALITY BATTERJES AT REASONABLE In Keystone Heights. .' ,;-, .up some.of the country humor of one of the fuK: :
"and the CFS PRICES Named. "Country Comic'ot the Year"for nines ni8trtlftrt in entertainment ,
Drew said can providethe .. y J | .. business. ,today .'y.' .
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make sophisticated sound decisions.analyses needed to Stacking the Batteries, YOU May Need\' "' "'j ',.\.' ., i', '," .,.o jC" ; .I ..', ..

A The Coordinated Financial "tI.: TICKET'LOCATIONS '. '" ? .f : t"j '.
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a Statements includea : \ ; t" ,
balance sheet and statement. of ",. .... :i"" tj-; '..,:

owner's income equity.statement, showing allincome I t #. ;.T..Valu Hardware "'" I' k'w?... .. .,... I...... ., .. r r"ci" 'I 1. .' :-
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and expenses : HOW RebulldlnaASiemators !.l a< StIHllAS na.s..tRHMtl II...,'. i'It.:JI. '.i/ .fEATURED': '. f t :
-*statement of change in financialposition \'., \., : "St', '- -IX '".......Hoy "I.j"' '
Indicating new borrowings, + PW# ';,Chtffes Sfwrts Canter =:= ; '
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withdrawals debt payment of the ,C..refCIIRmerce. : .. : .. .IIj! .P $w ii.
past year, and ? tarte ,'f' I' r f.1 ,t .. ,
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j Steele Is ,NwDfretor .for Bradford Cent ,f 1 1iH\ I iltl1.J ii ilatJ.


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open both to membersand
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: : 'I : I Itt : Health hand fj 1 npsp 8, appointed to the general public. The charge
Lynda M. Steele as the new Director is $2 per class. .
c' ." "...,, for the Center. Lynda has been work- A weight Management class for
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ing as an exercise specialist with the Center members is being held on
Center since it'opened' on October 15. Tuesd 'Thursdays at 10 Fm.
.11 '!. .!;i. She completed her Masters Degreein The?clans-gives"JmiHtion1 tips'Ain Allied Health specializing in Health exercise sessib'fr tat'1tws a wto>'woujd,
Promotion at the University of North like to control weight.:
i Florida last August. She received her Members A theirl') / ( ,encouraged/ to
aj' I 9 A. in Education from the University improve weir cardfovasculai1* endurance -
(A of Michigan and taught English) at through several' programs..
1 ." I Wolfson High School In Duval County. ''Circuit weight training instruction.: Is
Seyeral new programs have been :being given to. clierds! : who want t<*add
': started ,at the Center in January; ,variety"td their 'wdrkbutsf:ThIs( .
,.I Aerobic*dance classes\ are being held method improves aertblc I. ejnquKati' \ : I ,1, j at tllFirst< Presbyterian Church well. as improves' strength, A
t ; Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 100-Mile W lker Club and a' "too
,- One Class, scheduledfor '
was originally Kilometer Bicycle Club has also been
f M p.m..However, 46 enthusiastic formed. Member -
4\0; rite .I people/enrolled for the first class and way< tofitness and 4re'entuaged' by
two sections were formed. One begins 'rcee ad. .4 o.m.'and' the second at 5 p m reach their goal. '
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/ ,'. Lynda< S ieahove)' is the Dew'; 'y SetvIC "' ,'""--Loi;* tad- '''.t
:4Ur ctoT':.()ut'."',the Bradford Health, ),.:f ( Doof" I .
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,pm landscaping, ENERG YI : : Our:' ,: '

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". ,'and recreation Is a vital part of a well- associated with many plants used in _: t;. ,. J : .
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designed landscape, .the landscape. Because the family: ;,r, .. ., ( Cylinders
1 ''Whether will be close ,to the living material: i.k'" .1
it be for the active gamesengaged
j ''use those plants} that ,are striking ', J OPEN 8.5 pm.. '
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by small children or for or 60
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the standpoint olorr form ; '
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",adults, should be texture, .. .., i4Pi -
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J ,, their neighbors and friends may and should be planned for year roundin r.tu ';'' I ': ,
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?sometimes play I together, and enjoy. such a key area of the landscape i HOMpf lG'OIRMERCIL'4JNDUSTlLAL r .FRAME HOUSe'EXTERIOR .. ... L. "
I t the outdoor environment. An outdoor:! Flowering annuals in masses in the t HIGH\* <' : INSULATION APPLIANCE & T.-V. .

\ living I area designed to fit the needs of patio area are easy to establish and ss; FIBERGLAS| BAfTS; NW! _OR OLD CONSTRUCTION '.'"
J {a family provides such a space, and"should due to the great variety of flowering 1.; ., .,QUALITY/ INSTALLATION' '
be developed as a definite and annuals, we have an excellent choice, r: : APPLIANCE; SUPER MARKET'
,, important, part' of every home for adding color to the :' r ./ ; F.+flJwalld \
l.'. grounds. Many small trees .have color .baYgrlVigh' '
i \; "* Patios\ "blooms seed pods or fruit. Colorful SAVE .964'.6956 ta,10 SAVE OLYMPIC SALE
{{ should be large enough to be shrubs with permanent foliage color I 'ON. HEATING. I' I ON COOLING ,
I useful.>Small concrete slabs near the I ,
Vfrouse are often cold and uninviting. can be a real asset'to the living area.) DEAN CASSELS' INSULATIONSTARKE ,
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blooms, but
mind .with not only foliage as
f Keep in the kinds of activities
1 Sthat will take patio. The well{. I ,
f 'patio should be large enough to ac'COmmodate I I 01SC$ TOP SELECTION

I ;: :' family and friends when' .
j entertaining./ Ample room should be
/Balloted for tables and for Dfft Stsipon
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I hUdren' wheeled toys: BffiffiEX'I T i nom", idttnW r ?ST A Ike fiii iY i ifljc SVw i* I *Jff?:! vJ..!laae, ,

, ,"i I) How ever.the pat3 &$SW 1 F Y ,,M o Q1 n9d ttr4hc a5d'y1S S rr VhSermsirWay t
f {Uarge that it takes wflhe coldness of a .
, \{'parking lot. The size of your patio $ ,with 15FREE
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lot and house. large patio would be ,
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73rd Annual -
1 'appropriate for a large lot and house Stumps
! however, the same size patio wouldIrdwarf Movie Rentals
(? a small house,
1 MadeISJT2oo of Your Choice
i U: Provide planting'areas'within the
1 living space for plant material. SALE ENDS THIS WEEK Play'sound and pictures through your'TV-w from Video. u1'
i Where areas for active recreation are ,

i'i't desired, eliminate plantings that will .. ''if.0* .* tnMn4 AemWa
!I', jfcut down' on usable space for play. Greatest Ever Cofikfll VNM,
: Shrubs 'and flowerbeds spotted Huray Bwiy& .
1 throughout the recreational area will MsM anA tsdnl
! ;[hake this space .useless.,for-play. Ylewt tiaMb
i Trees are often desirable In.som., '
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play.areas '.L ,I fJ Large Selection sswahna
1 wise to use them nearer the house to mens : f' srnuuMnsm
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t provide shade for the indoor needs as (II. Model SJT090 ,

" :well as outdoor recreation.. Grouping Boys Jeans RCA rnonoral Video;Disc, Player

( 'than trees' the randomtspacingbloF&Ihroughout trees t. :Sweaters, $ 198 with,10 Free ,Movie rentals
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the entire yard.j

J ,/Tin j i!) selecting trees for the outdoor: i 2 % of youj choice,

i t i:!\U.-ing'area, choose small trees'wtth '\'-1J2 4 2 Off
1 {Interesting trunks,branching and leaf /
f hapeji' Avoid trees with objectionable:

ibr large fruit flowers orseeds that; ,,. c' -J." h ".' .(\ <" ''f1> \, .
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J!Florida are planning Poetry:Contest to enter naveluntil the: 1.964'"' .. +: iIJ'>' 2. :. 5'.5., t 'lo" 1" Sweaters '

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contests,, but the ruleq remain ,' ; :', .
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M \\-hich' has ,. .
: The annual contest I SteevtStt !R 'f.I A't' I !
tens of thousands of entrants OM.. ? .In...: : ', f5i

i I ever the past decade, Is open to poets;:. ""' '! '" : v', u;',." ':;'.:I ;;;S ';;a1 A .. I i
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: seven categories,with cash awards "hirt' "Shirts : GET It '
find publication as the incentive <, :, \ ',IH)" r )" 1" 'AEAar2S

.j lit$ Patricia'James.the (University of : ;" ''' ; : I, < J Off F : : ,A0
{Central Florida Instructor who coarfisdinates > f'' : $1'00" tt ttt :1

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yesterday for Kenneth Florida. State Prison Superi'nendent that something was wrong when rs ft when the victim appeared hi'the Bolander, 31. was convicted for the home of Joseph Macker, one of (
Quince: ; 'who raped and killed an Richard L. Dugger set the execution 'Bowdoin hadn't picked up.her doorway of her bedroom. Jan. 8, 1980, 'drug-related torture- Bolander's accomplices, Macker was 1\
82-year-old woman in Daytona Beach for Bolander and Quince for 7 newspapers for two days and<<1 didn't She slammed the ,door, but deaths of John Merino, Scott Bennett, convicted of murder, kidnapping,rob
and Bernard Bolander, convicted in a.m. Feb. :20. He did notspecify, who answer her telephone.! 'wy Quince said he forced the door open, Rudolfo Ayan and Nicomedes tierltandnz bery and possession of cocaine and "
the torture-deaths of four people in would go first: iIt'if causing Mr. Bowdoir to fall! 1; sentenced to 12 concurrent terms of
Miami. Police were.called after one of'the She got up bleeding and creaming, life Imprisonment and one term of IS
The warrants are in effect front neighbors found both back' doors Quince said, so he grabbed her by the .' years.
1 The warrantswerethe69thand70th Feb. 14 through noon Feb 21. open. Upon entering the house, police throat. An autopsy showed that the The victims, with Merino still alive, I
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Graham has signed since taking office Mrs. Bowdoin the floor nextto victim died of strangulation. truck of that Thompson, the final defen .
Quince, who will be 25 on Feb. 10, found on ; < were put in the a car dant
five years ago. They come less pleaded guilty to raping and killing her bed in a pool of blood' 1'fyJBl' !, (" wasparked on an exit ramp of Interstate was acquitted by reason of Insanity
than after a week after the execution' Frances Bowdoin after breaking into Police arrested Quince after findinghis Quince first denied that ',he,' 95 just north of Miami and set and committed to a state men.
of Antone whose warrant crime assaulted the victim, but confessed; tal health facility He is still in state i r
Anthony and ransacking her home in Daytona fingerprint at the sceneY4Quince on fire. The flames were put out bypassing
was one of only three that have beenBradford Reach on Dec 2R. 1979 confessed that h,<', hart?" when laboratory .evidence showed, motorists. custody. "i j I
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The Bradford County Rescue: madea (Middleburg) transported one patient 24 calls were obstretic patients and calls received.) Strawberry Decorators. :
total of 876 runs in the year of 1983, and one patient was transported by two calls were for a special detail;'?, 'Full time paramedics include Bill' ,
according to Rescue Supervisor Cliff Alachua Co. Rescue, said Chapman.The 32 calls were cancelled and 12 calls O'Neal,Scott Taylor, Paul West, Dan I ,f'I
Chapman. This is an increase over majority of the calls, 263, were were false alarms. Cuddington, Cliff Chapman. Part- Complete Upholstery I
the year 1982. due to some type of illness related. 97 30 patients were dead when the time paramedics include Clayton'
824 calls were received in 1982, for a calls were concerning cardiac related rescue unit arrived. Sellers and Jerral Johnson. FURNITURE. AUTO MARINE
monthly average of 69 calls. 1983 problems and 62 were to patients with Bradford Rescue has been in a new Part-time emergency medical )
eel 73 calls'a month which re respiratory problems. home at 812-A Grand St. in Starke technicians (EMT's> are Freeman COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Ill' !
era transporting 921 patients for 104 calls were to trauma patientsand since October. The nonemergencynumber Register,Mike Sanders(currently attending :
99 were to trauma resulting from to call is 9646911. paramedic school!), Steve
Thirty one calls were made by the an1 automobile accident. !fight calls "It was a very good move and we Futch, Randy Gaskins, Curtis 782-3906 JVJ I
back-up ,unit with seven patients were to trauma patients resulting are happy with our location," said Crawford and Betty Baldwin. '' '
flown out by Stat Flight, one patient from fire. 17 patients were in an emotional Chapman. The first month of service Volunteers Include Terry McCarthy February Special 'y
flown out by Life Flight and five patients crisis. from the new location was the busiest Nelson Green and Corinna Kurtz. ,
transported by other rescue Eleven calls: were alcohol related, in 1983,87 calls were answered with 11 (attending paramedic school.) 10% Off All Fabric In Stock J
units. Rescue 75 (Keystone Heights) seven calls were to stabbing victims calls received the first weekend the A reminder to Bradford residentsthe \
transported two Rescue. 50 (Lake and nine each were gun shot wound Rescue was on Grand Street (July number to call' for Rescue services US 301 &W, Lake Street Lawtey ,;
Butler) transported one, Rescue 74 victims and overdose victims. ran a close second for the year with 83 is 9646161.

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Nine arrests were made by local Richard Doyle Keene, 23, of Duval driving under the influence and improper CLINIC
authorities in Bradford
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County tag according Trooper
County was arrested January 31 and
: traffic violations the llorler.
during
week. past charged with driving while license Bond for the r SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE
charges was set at 'IN
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suspended, according Trooper f
$850. Waldron remains in custody!
Robert John A. Williams. : ,
Odom of Starke was "
arrested January 28 for driving under, Keene was released on his own Louie Pellechio, 29, of Starke was
the influence, driving with unlawful recognizance after he paid $59.25. arrested January 29 and charged withno .1

alcohol blood level, driving while valid driver license, according to ., I
Olin Stafford Waldron, 36, of Brad-
license supended, according to Sgt. Patrolman Dwight I. Groves. BACK PAINBACKACHE, WHIPLASH I i' "
ford 'arrested and charged -
County was
Wayne Wilkinson. Pellechio was released after.' he ( ) ;I +' (AUTO INJURIES) 1
with while license suspended -
Odom was stopped after he his vehicle driving posted a $50 cash oond.LouAnn's NECK PAINSHOULDER '. NUMBNESS OR PAIN""
failure drive In lane II
to a single '
was weaving on the roadway and PAIN IN ARMS QR HANDS '
ran up on the sidewalk, according to
HEADACHESMIGRAINE ON THE JOB INJURIES {
the arrest record. Azalea & Farm ,. LAVERN OUTLAWGeneral ( )' WORKERS COMP J
Bond Blueberry ,
for the ,
charges was set at Agen ,,Starke Florida "" ;
$800, Odom was released after a surety Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsytn Road i Life,Insurance e Term e Mortgage1 '
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was posted Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to farm ,;._, Estate Planning M. LOUNITTt RICHARDSON' "''I ;

Sidney Fletcher Carraway, 67, of t Universal Life e Annuities, MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY I: j'
Lake City was arrested January 27 Open Friday &, Saturday 8:30-500: ; : ,Individual Major Medical
CHIROPRACTIC
SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED
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charged with driving under the .
Favorite Varieties of & Potted Plants .
Landscaping Group Major Medical t I
influence, driving with unlawful "TIll Doctor of TtmmtBW WiS Sly Nt Medlclrw. ,
alcohol blood level and while Come See Us Medicare, Supplements MJWf
driving ,
Friendly Atmosphere
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Trooper license D.suspended F. Pescia., according to Louise & Debra Hightower. and Valerie Johnson r Management T aJ, :;; 'Guaranteed Issue on Life Ins,. Frame\ Dist And In Till Cause PnvinNM 01 DlM'T. ''" k-t; '':.I

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Total I bond for the charges.was set" "'l(1 ,; ./ \ J H ..iaid.H'HI.t"ln. l z ; thy} N tl ecsiv'jtgl.esK9t 1 I" ,Idaho' t i9JJr.El1ergency; Answering Service .'"oniMonl. J L
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Farley Earnest Norris, 50, of Bradford Call for an appointment today 473-3604
County was arrested January 24 Sweetheart Cakes 964-5478 \
and charged with driving while intoxicated HWY, 21 N. ,

according to Lt.John Demp- FOR YOUR VALENTINE .- --.-, ,- -- --- -- ----:..:;; ;!
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Norris was released on his own ,4

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Sweat of Starke was arrested ,
January 29 and charged with driving < ; .
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level was .14 percent. r. Attention Homeowners Formerly Adkinson; Feeds : '
Total bond for the charges was set : 11
at 1000. Sweat was released afte .a I U.S.< 301 South.9646973; "
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Lee Earl Glllain' 41, was arrested I: Off Season Sale I .(Owned by Fred Mueller, Alligator Creek Ranch), ", ',;; '

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Gillain was released after a $100 ( ; ,"
cash bond was posted. Free skirting w/each job I : ,
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County was arrested and charged : ,
with, possession of more than 20 J 1or Ii
grams of cannabis, driving while : ;-'
i license suspended, improper tag, : SJVCM utility .
petit theft and passing worthless j: Htvir print it*)" I
checks according to Trooper W. D. : PtmUMrrt. koilty "'"
Langston. I haven(Laks sues Utility Adds M property slue '

Demps! showed proof of restitution : IMUMSNOlM AddMautslea" 40% Off. and paid$25 court cost for the charges I 1
which were on a capias. He was : ...; ,

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with no bond set on the additional .t'I I.

charges as instructed by Judge Elzle : < I
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largest recorded land sale : aodoawe. .t ** .w ...+ ,tf( I, t ......--_; I, i .
(monetary) during the past week was : Custom made anf size IrlI ''mow,' fp.i. ,

lot 3 of block 2, Seminole Ridge subdivIsion I 20% Off bt Scoter, 20% Off j ; ::' <
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Valencia sold the property to WilbertH. .
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Other transactions, included Jack t, "
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Louis T, and Betty G... Young for : : : 4t : : 1
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Sammy R.: 'and Sandra H. Austinsold UTIlITY BILLS F'8M, ., rn fIIt' \ j. : FRM ,
Jots 28 and 29 of Seminole Ridge, v : I
unit IS to Edward F.,Jr.and Vivian S. I 15% Off j # t
Gallant for $11,000. i kCaIICtl111' : I Ii
Mary Ci Shaughnessy sold lots 2 r 'flQIIiffHOG, ; "CHICKEN.
and 4 of unit 3,,Indian Beach subdivision :i ,38% Off I :
to Loyree P, LaNier for $2,400. s3oj( .'.....-, 'n,' ". :.......,!...,.......4................ i \ I ,,: ,jt jti ,
Ralph IV and Mary H, Bryan and ':! < ; "--- ).f;,' 'It' MAIL,. COUPON ,,, ,FEED: ;wD: : r FEED IHeal
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f WIlHarrvC'Jr. and Ruth J...Powell! ftIi : .1-.4'l. \ = 10 WttMIeJ1"'i e \
sold parcel 0( land on Old J awtey ., ',) : 1'i' 1 I, ;:" ... ,, ':
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mail. Cunningham for 16,060, ," '' '' ? 1 .

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.,',:w"1/:/ ,' i.t: .'I", '., '. .," dissolved in Bradford County during Anthony Wayne Green and Dwilse r ;
:;* : : 1 the month of January,198-1. ., ,Carol Green. '
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"!',' rh: :h \ .1'' Tommie' Cason, and', Charlene T.' SalanoMace. ;I
.\\.1NI; i f', Pi', ."" ;'. J Cason. ? ', .: .' James J. Gaskins and Betty J.Gaskins. HAS .MOVED' ,. ,' :
Curtis G.Edwards and Velmarie D.. ,
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Carlton jfiGary, L. Garrison' and Annette M, (Old Bobby's Produce Bldg.) '
d Robert J. Odom and Connie Jean P.-. Garrison .' ., ,.
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Kenneth J: Stephens and VirginiaN Felicia Parmiey. We'Have : (' 'j'" (,

Stephens: ,ff i Yvonne Bossard.and Anthony' RECAP TIRES :' ', ; .' 'I
t Harold D. Smith and Marlene Bossard. II with 100'% guarantee

beqq y yt Smith. Tina Louise Starling. and MichaelD. Also ,GAS PRODUCE MILl!
Rufus Johnson, Jr. and tda Lee Starling.
'' Johnson. Leslie II. Wood Jr. and Elaine B. EGGS ETC.
f l. 4 4 4. Patricia Jean Rankin, and Charles Wood. .' I
fI Edward Rankin. i i/ ,, j, ''r ", '! Laurel G. Bryant and Clifford. D. I .: /;, Ii 1't! It '_ t ... \, '" w... t.;
Phillip A. Hall and'Klmbcriy L. Bryant. S
I Hall. \,Joseph; J. Gillyard and Terry R.

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; ..i FlIP Corporal David G. Goodner .! Next to PinehiKSl. Starke MerlU & Christina" Dees' ,. ? 'u
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FHP Corporal Goodner the delicious Girl Scout Cookies. ,',Goodner, assistant leader of Brownie.,, '
However there will be plenty of extrasso Troop 311. We are glad to have Susan TO SERVE YOU c ?
I., if you were missed, call your and daughter< Laura in Starke. An
i. favorite scout to'place your order to assistant leader has been needed for Designer ,
day. The price this year is$2 which is 311 since last year and we really appreciate -
joins Starke patrol '",force real easy to figure, and the increasein 'the Susan) working, with BARBARA GLORIA '
cost will help the council with costs those Brownies. r r .
of camp maintenance; Bradford-. There are a few Girl Scout calen Formerly of Bradford'Square RorUt: ,
T X' : .homicide After two Union does not have a United Way to dars left* $1 for the wall size and 75
1 ( Patrol investigator
Florida Highway Corporal ,
Council but buying cents for the pocket size.
support Gateway
, David G. Goodner, recently transfer years in Sanford he was returned to DpeninlJ''
W Jacksonville.A cookies help the council as well as the Brownie Troop 690 enjoyed bowling
red to Starke, sayslie is excited about
individual Monday afternoon atthe new,Starke "
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promotion to Corporal and re Special'
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: the Assignment. am very happy ., Basic Leadership is underway in Lanes. We, hear there were some
assignment sent him to Starke, wherehe
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hopes to stay awhile.A "
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! Ann and Gary Davis, new Brownie Brownie Troop 683 enjoyed a trip to
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370 leaders. Ann is recentlythe plans
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' native of permits. He also likes to hunt Senior :
Goodner is a Jacksonville ,
assistant leader and Gary went camping the day fell through but an Impromtutour
,J where he was career transferred with the from.FHP Starting'his Jin and Goodner'and fish: his wife, Susan, and with the neighborhood in October.We ,, of the. Jacksonville Police $ -j2 :Citizens.

Nassau before County, he' was there' five.'. 'seven-year-old moved to the Starke daughter area.Laura He and have his Brownie have troop needed since September an additional so we, Department,, Brownie Troop was fun.311 had, a great tour A Dozen Wrapped V 10% Discount: '
being promoted "and.
years are glad to have them activate 370.Weknovr of McDonalds in Starke last week I
Methodist '
I assigned. to, Seminole County as an family 'J they;:!:will provide good' leadership -< thanks to Ann. Other troops may want ALSO OrganizationsCheck '
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Pv%. Jonathan C. Pearson son of page one this week's TG&Y y'
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Dewey W. and Constance E. Pearson I Family Center Circular the Coty Wild II ,
Keystone Heights, has compietedbasic. "5 .I I .' Musk 6 oz. Body Cologne and the .5 Mfo STUFFED. POTATO\ > ';/'I
training at Fort Jackson, S.C. ,1 II 55 oz. Oil will not be available, due to I I < ..
Pvt. earson is a 1977 graduate of I IS circumstances beyond our control. ? 1 '
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Four hunters from Bradford' and cumference, length of antler points i
) .;.: Larry: Oglesby;. Union counties have entered their and antler spread are some of the
trophy deer racks into the Florida Big measurements taken. ,
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Buck ,1 Sportsmen their
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"\ Biggest rack registered the two deer antlers scored and entered on $ d
counties was an eight point deer rack the Florida Buck Registry should con t t's '
taken by Randy Wheeler of Starke tact the wildlife reserve coordinatorin (
., Wheeler rack was just seven eighthsof the nearest regional office of the
: any big hunting or fishing stories Why not let us know about for the a point from the biggest! \ the nor- commission (as listed inside the front
.Outdoor column. theast region. 4 j cover of the telephone directory).
Anything concerning outdoor recreation that you think might be Interesting Wheeler's rack was given 131 and When each hunting season is over
one eighth points. taken in and all new scores are in,the commis-
<< to everyone can be turned in at the Telegraph to Larry Oglesby.In Largest
the future we will try to provide fishing reports around the area and the northeast region was by Witt Car sion will update and revise the stan '4'P
other reports turned in along with news from the Florida Fresh Water and rol of Columbia County with 132 ding for Florida. j Ise
Fish Commission. points. Because so geographically t
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Carroll's entry was a deer he shot in and climatically different from the
197S. Wheeler bagged,his.deer in 1982 panhandle and the keys separate
in Bradford County. listings will be maintained of the top w
Other entries from Bradford and bucks taken in each of the commis-
1984 Hunting Calendar Union listed with points and year that sion's five. administrative regions. In :
: the deer was killed are-Bill Roll (U), addition a list will be compiled of the AE
124, 1979; Wayne Walker, two deer, top bucks taken in the state. Informa-
and (B), 113 and 110, both killed in 1977; tion on the standings will be released b eisl
198.lllunting opens through Saturdays Oct. 21. Sundays only Jr. (B), 112, 1983,1 through the media prior to the start of f
CalendarThis Hunters in Florida have had the opportunity each new hunting season. I a
So far, 34 of racks have
to formally register such sets been '
Rabbits be taken throughoutthe )
is a list of dates for hunting for may except In trophies for just under 9 year. registered from the northeast region. )
year managementareas.
the 1983-84 season. The program is patterned after the Largest rack registered in Florida to
Boone and Crockett Club's scoring ,date is by Larry Furr from Gadsden.
Sportsmen reminded to consult
are system and the Furr's rack was taken in 1977,
February 3: Special muzzleloadinggun the Florida Handbook replaces
for
Hunting
and archery season opens in nor- Commission's Big Buck''Club. which by records so far, seemed to bea
complete regulations, permit and
thwest region. license The system is designed to good year for large racks. Furr's 14
requirements. Also, -
regulations
numerically reflect in .inches the .point rack totalled 168 and one eighth
for state wildlife
managementareas overall size of deer antlers. Beam cir ,point
Feb. 5: Woodcock season closes. may,differ. Sportsmen should
obtain the state Wildlife ManagementArea ire 1'
Feb 19: Second phase crow season Summary and individual
and snipe season closes; special management area regulations and "
muzzleloading gun and archery maps for details.

season in the northwest region closes. NE Big Buck Winner..... ,
The counties in the northwest
March 4: Bobwhite quail, gray region are Escambia, Santa Rosa, r; Randy Wheeler son of Mrt and Mrs.Free! VVheeier, ,Jr,.ot,SUrlU. poses
squirrel' and fow squirrel seasons Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, beside the 8-point buck he killed In November. 1982. .,, .
close. Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, The 131 1/8 Boone and Crockett points earned his second place In the Nor
Gulf, Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden, theast Region,, according to Florida Fresh Fish & Game Commission
Marcfi 17: Spring season for bearded Wakulla, Leon and Jefferson. records. The deer was mounted by Ricky,QrWfis.( als.oor.Starke" ,,:"??."
turkeys or gobblers opens. Northeast region counties are
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April 22: Spring season closes .for Lafayette, Dixie, Levy, '. I .
bearded turkeys or gobblers. Gilchrist, Columbia, Baker, Union, .
Bradford,:Alachua, Clay, Duval and ) .
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Morgan, Lee David<< A. eotihavcr Mrs. Ahnieijv)'. Bennett( \ ;, 1811x,186, R ; EAq ? moo SWi l&&t.
h MK Morgan Lee, 69. of Lake City, David AJlehj"wieCqpenhaver; Mrs: Ann ''Mae""Bennett,1 i 09, 'of: 1' .1{ r
died Saturday, Jan. 21, at his home ;35?,of Brooker'dlM Sunday.;'Jan.29 In Starke, died Wednesday, Jan 11, at:,'iI ;.
following an extended Illness. Bradford Hospital, Inc. following a Shard's Teaching Hospital l', t ;f<,
Born In short illness. i ,
Columbia
Gainesville; itik
County the son of ; "
the late W.W. Lee and Minnie Trulucfc: Born in Starke, Mr. Copenhaverwas Born in Georgia; Mrs. Bennett had ,; 00 T'
Lee, both life-long residents of Colum. a carpenter and was of the Bap lived most of her life in the Starke'- ,
bla County, Mr. Lee attended schools fiat: faith. area. She was Baptist by faith. "
in the, Columbia County school system Survivors include one song pavid Survivors Include her husband, .
and was married to the late Lillian Copenhaver of Jacksonville; two Thomas. Bennett of Starke; one,:..i.i
.Thomas Lee of Columbia County. Mr. sister, Mrs', Wanda Faye Wright-of: ", Anette Crews, a also *of t., ;
Lee was a member' the First Baptist New Castle; pad? and Mrs. Carol.Ann Stare; four sons, A.L. Gray of I'' FOOOWuEuNU! eWevloaK, A., r ..
Church. of Lake City, and was Werking of Hagerstown, Ind.; step Dallas, Tex., Donald Gray of Marietta n a,
employed by,, Richard Chappell father J.W. !McKinney of Sampson Ga', Gene Gray of Jacksonville, ": ,,,4'' I.. '. \ '1 ,I' .,, t.hit\ ,\,,,.1)4 4 u 'i t,rtii' ,I...
Grocery Store during his early work City;; his aunt, Mrs. Reba Crews of and Ellis Gray of Macon, Ga.; one 's;, d 1. s J d, ,,'a. r ,Pv a t', I' '
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ing years. Later he was employed by Starke and several cousins. sister, Dorothy Lee Bowen of .r ,. .. l.
John Gieberfl Grocery Store Funeral services were held Lakeland Ga.Funeral ,. .
meat cutter for about 32 years, ,as Mr.a Wednesday, Feb. I, at graveside in services were held Friday, I I I"'t... "., 'I,., .
fee then became a Meat Inspector for Conner Cemetery With Elder OM. Jan. 27;at 4 p.m. In the Chapel of Archie FCIC Offers Insurance!
six! years for the Department of Yarborough officiating Jones Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. For Corn & Soybeans :
Agriculture and Consumer Services Funeral Home, 514 E. Nona, St., in Danny Fouraker officiating. Burial .
and was also employed 'by Nettles' charge of arrangements, was in Crosby Lake Cemetery. ? March SI is the last day to ply for 'fnnr'fjll: .. .,
Sausage Company until ill health crop insurance for, corn and soybeansIn :
forced his retirement. Jacqueline Ann Cox Bradford County, according to 1iB
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs,Willie Geiger 'Mrs Jacqueline Ann Cox, 46, of John W. Lawrence, Jr., District 'nf'vfl1Jte'
Ms. Cheryl. Lee of Lake .City, Mrs: Mrs. Willie Lee Geiger, 64, of Lake Alto, died Friday Jan. 27, at. Director for the Federal Crop .Insurance AUARY
Mary Jean Parrish of Lake Butler Starke,died Sunday,Jan. 29, at Brad; Shand's Teaching Hospital, Corporation (FCIC),
and Mrs. Pat L. Guerry of Lake City; ford Hospital.Inc. Born in Alabama, Gainesville Born in Vermont, Mrs, .' Crop insurance covers unavoidable
one sister, Ms. Louise Lee of Houston, Mrs. Geiger was a member of Hope Cox was of the Catholic faith. l loss of production resulting from 1517 Bessent Road "
Texas and two granddaughters, Ms. Baptist Church, Survivors include' her; husband, adverse weather conditions, wildlife, Starke '
Jennifer Brown! and Ms. Becky Charles. Cox of Lake Alto; one earthquake, or fire. 0 SALE
Brown, both of Lake City Survivors include her husband, daughter, Darlene Cox of Miami; one
Funeral Benjamin 'F.. Geiger of-Starke one brother, Ronald Brunclle of "To assist producers, the Federal
services were held Mon- ; will cost- 964-,6300 ( I '
Crop Insurance Corporation f '
day, Jan. 23, at 3:30: p.m. at the First brother, John Guthrie of Starke i five Champlane, III. of ': ," ,
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sisters, Hattie Humphries of Brooker, Graveside funeral services were up .
Church .
Baptist Lake City/ with Rev. carrying insurance. For more Information '. ,. .
Robert Davis, pastor of the First Baptist Reba Edwards, Carolyn Russell, held Tuesday/Jan 31, at 2 p.m. in .
Church, Lake City and Rev. E.F. Myrtle Leneave and Marie Griffis,all Hope! : Cemetery with Rev. Arthur Lee about the program, producers \.
should contact an authorized crop insurance '
Montgomery? pastor of the First of Starke and her mother, Mrs. Swan, officiating.\ Archie Tanner' Funeral :1" ', I SALE
Presbyterian Church officiating also of Starke; Home of Starke in- charge: .of ar agent; says mwrence.i; (.t.iTo ,' .

Burial was' in Memorial, Cemetery rangements., select an' agent, producers '
with Harry Guerry Funeral Home of Funeral services were held Tues should check the list' of agents Needlepoint f t.. cno/

Lake City in charge of arrangements. day the., Jan..31, 'at 11 a.m. in the Chapelof Card of Thanks './available at their' county ASCS office. .. Canvas.{ .: . . 10 Off
It is requested that flowers be omitted'' Archie Tanner Funeral Home Applications should be submitted to ,
and that donations be made to the with Rev, E.L Bradley and Rev. The family members of Mrs. Ena the sales agent 'no later than. March' .' < I .
Lake City Animal Shelter, P.O. Box David Weyand officiating. Burial was Gay King who passed away Friday, 31": Latch
58, Lake City, Fl.. 32055.ClerkCarrier : in Santa Fe; Cemetery under the Jan: 27; 1984; would like to thank : cno/
Home direction of Starke.of .Archie Tanner Funeral everyone for their' prayers and <'if.fJ3; ; Tax Forms Hook . ,, .OUo Off
beautiful flowers sent to her. We will > '
Available;; ,
miss her much. ?
love: and Very ,
Exam ?:'Florida taxpayers requesting. Alt O C O/

Offered by Post Office copies of tax returns are subject to a Christmas . . U/o Off
The United States Postal Service prepaid fee of $5 per return. The fee
must Form 4506 and be1
announces an open examination for accompany
clerk-carrier for the Starke, Florida\ mailed to appropriate center
area. shown on the reverse of the form:
Applications are available at the, :Taxpayers will receive the return '
plus all attachments which might in- Classes Now Forming ,
following post offices beginning Monday -< ? ., ,
Feb. 6,1984: : dude such items as Forms W-2 and .' r
; ..copies of audit reports. . ,. on
Brooker, Fl, 32622; Hampton,. ', /I'' "
32044; Keystone Heights 32656; Lake ;,,"\ For further Information on income > ,.Butler';32055; Lake Geneva, 32660. averaging,order Publication 506 by Smocking KnittingNeedlepoint '
Also available' at Lawtey, 32058; r 4 calling the toll-free' forms ''number '
Melrose, 32666; Raiford 32083; 1-800-241-3860. For tax information,
'Starke,32091; and Waldo; 32694. call 1-800-424-1040.
This examination will be given for

an AREA REGISTER.,Therefore, applicants 4 .
may complete only one ap- j I
plication. At the time of the written
examination, competitors will be
allowed to select up to three post offices "
where they wish .employment
consideration.. ELIGIBILITIES ARE .p ,,
NO LONGER TRANSFERRABLEAS '1
THEY WERE IN THE PAST;; "
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Although beginning larlemay 4c-1L. : ,
4v i ryfdepending oa8iu 4b c Pleb?'Y 'e,. ,, ,; ,,. .1q 9M, 4.u.'aqWl, i
most beginning salaries are currently ? ,
a $10.56 per hour.Complete i t e arrivdlsrour! Etir o. :
information Is posted in

above.the lobby of each post office listed loss; your gain

ALL APPLICATIONS .MUST BE w R
COMPLETED BY: FRIDAY FEB. 10, Boys'
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'Volunteers NeededAt 'We've got Gandhi. And it's a rear( crowd please/1' /' Girls' .14.4.;
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Sunshine Industries Plus 500 other winning RCA VideoDiscs with more s 15

Sheltered Workshop every. month' Compare winter At 24I jackets Warm In $15 ,

Sunshine Industries .Sheltered I ski. zip off sleeve'snap front ; \ 0' x '
Workshop for the handicapped is look dnd reversible styles,' Girls' ." i f
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Volunteer positions'available: VIDEODISCS A13O ..... Men'sAnd
Carpentry aids Maintenance Man, FROM |t PLAYER'ROM y !
Clerk-Typist and Vocational aido. '19.98 I J'' '198.00 . K
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.. zip off sleeves/leather look '
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NOTICE FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES PERSONAL '"
SERVICES LOST/FOUND ':. ? '. 1 FOR SALE (i in

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submilled WHITE SANDS LAKE 2BR furnished "" 11
lo th. lake R.glon Monitor office house. February through May CHILDCARE IN MY HOME Mogdoy EARN $...7 HRs We need assistance In $lap REWARD Spayed whit female SHALLOW AND DEEP WElt PUMPS PVC;
In writing and paid In advance $250/mo. 1.2..9.7884.2/2.23 4tchg through Friday. I live near school evaluating and. responding ta daily German Shepard dog. opprox. 45 pipe and fittings, 'Water"* softeners,
unless' credit li alr.ady established OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing Flame Meals provided. Call ...73.7346212' work reports submitted by our agents pounds w/tag and collar. Call 'Bryan Ace Hardware: Keystone1 Hgts?
with this office Itpd "i"" 473-4061. 2/2 ItpdHELP '1 "'
the : 473-4006
Ingo St but can be seen from SR-100 throughout state No experience 1/3 tfnchg
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD and SR-21 Intersection. Prim. location. FREE FIREWOOD: Bring your" own chain. necessary: Paid to complete training. """ PACK RATs Aero from Commercial$ Circle
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN saw. Call 475-2555. 2/2-9 2tchg Work HWY 2IN.'
Call 473-3411.1/5 tfnchg at home Fpr Information send WANTED on : Open-Wed. through
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER PARTIALLY FURNISHED: 3BR., 1'/ bath CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WORK *elf-oddreed stamped envelope 9'/' Sat, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. BUY, SELL,-TRADE.
THE TELEPHONE. mobllehome In Melrose area Large Building patios, additions, remodeling 'long to AWGA Dept. E. Box 49204 STYLIST CO-STYllSTi need.d for newly Call 473-2183. 1/19"tfnchg
Classified, d.adlin. li Tuesday noon homes and tile work. Fr.. estimate
want.d. expanded facilities. be
porch. Responsible couple Atlanta, GA 30359 Itpd 2/02 Must experienced
prior to Thursday publication. "".1368. I/S tfnchg Phone 473-4473 before S 'p.m; 1/5 In all phase* of ,,,

Minimum chorg. It 15 words for$2.75, 2... COTTAGE with lake front, tfnchg. cosmetology DORIS' HAIR CLINIC. ,........................,...... .
th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work ;
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. -- $300/mo.1/5 tfnchg Call 473-3334 or 2821727. kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN 6tchg Contact Lois Olsen, 475.2211.1/26-311 Steve Broadway. .

HOUSES FOR SALE QUIET. CLEAN COMFORTABLE: 2BR. Reasonable price Call 473-2477 after LEGION' \ TREE SERVICE i
5:30 1/5 tfnchg Own &
p.m. Operate
28ath house In Keystone Club Estates. HAllSr21. Saturdays, 7 and
LEAS TO OWN: Cozy lakeside' 2BR CH/AC, weatherlzed porch. Optional CARPET AND VINYL repair and 'Installations. Sunday, 2-5 p.m. Public Invited.p.m. 1/5 Candy confection vending 'i Removal. j
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house w/flreploce and hug. 30 X 40 lease 481-3109. 1/19 tfnchg Fr. estimates. Ten years tfnchg route, your area: Pleasant I ,*.- ... I
screen porch. Rental apartment attach 1001 ON LAKE GENEVA: Dock and experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed' Classified Ads business High profit & Removal!
.d. 12829392. 1/5 tfnchg boathouse. 2BR IBolh. NO INSIDE Craig. 1/5 tfnchgHANDYMAN meeting Monday'' 8 p.m. Open Item, Start' part-time Stump' j

FOR SALE OR TRADE: :2BR cottag. on 1 PETS. 5325/mo.. $200 security deposit. and fix-up:needs.All kinds No of lob home too repairs small. meeting Friday 8 p.m. Afanon Mon. Get Results Age, experience not Im J*Free Estimates> ,, l lportent.
1/2 Lake. Detached 2 Call 1-264-7771 2640508. 1/26-2/16
acres on Spring or day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational :
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TRADE for mobil. home 4tpd Minor plumbing repair Cleaning service Firewood
car garage. Building Community, Church' 473-2790 $239S-I4.370 'I
and lot towards $13,000 equity or sell BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA HOME: Just light hauling. Call Jim 473-3671 or 4752130. 1 1/5 tfnehg Keystone Heights: Investment Write i 473-4733 :

for 28500. Assumable mortgage at 9 painted Inside and out.. 3BR,2Balh day evening. 1/12 tfnchg.SU.U'S OVE.EATERS'ANONYMOUS No due, Call Doris 473-2210 Owatenna Vender's, Exchange Aft. P.M i
p.rc.nt Interest.' Call Dennis 473-4006. fireplace, screen porch S50/mo.. first, RETIREMENT HOME AND fee or weigh Ins. Open meetings Ben 411, Owaton- 5 +' .
473-3634. 1/19 tfnchgMOBILE last and $200 security. 12640605. roof.HAIRSTYLING OFFERING CENTER: Certified: All under one Tuesay', 7.30; p.m. Community Church no. Mn., 5060. Inc phone y K.ystonrl Height I i:!
2/2.23Itchg nursing Educational Building i"" Licen... C I j
HOMES 2BR, 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOUSE On assistance and CPR trained staff) 24 Heights' 473.2790. 1/5 tfnchg Keystone No. Alrraw cured.! .1

Lake Geneva. Fenced yard with utility hour supervision for senior citizen: BINGO Monday night beginning Jan. 2 .- .
FOR SALEFOR .hed. CH/AC. Available Feb. 15. hot meals; day week or long term from 7-10 p.m. Percentage lIII
$425/ma. and damage deposit $425.: stay; STYLING CENTER for the public; American Legion Post 202 located game HWY $ P
RENT OR SALE 3BR MH on I acre In Call Potty Shackleford 1.268.6493 or precision styling for man and women; 21 N. of Keystone '12/29 tfnchg f
Keystone Heights. Call 19043550960. 1-725-4646. 2/2 tfnchg perm and hair-coloring. SR-325 Hamp
1/26.2/2 2tchg ton. 4682619. 1/5 tfnchg Go with the Winner.: I
CARS TRUCKS .
MUST SELL: 1983 Greenhill doublewlde WANTED WILL DO TYPING In my home. Book !$

by Fleetwood, 26 X 56. 3BR.. 2Bath. report, resumes, etc. Call 4732898. & BOATS ",

garden tub gr.atroom. CH/AC, GLASSWARE: Old costume jewelry 1/5 tfnchg illU BRADFORD PRINTERS Wi
Whirlpool appliances. Financing
available If qualified. VA loan. May be household goods china furniture, INTER EYE CARE CENTER Office cateract JOHN DASHER VANS! 11.0 W. Call St. 964-5764 I

seen by appointment only after 3 p.m. Across mlicellaneous from Commercial items. PACK Circle RAT. surgery, contacts, glo...*. 1/4 mile off WHOLESALE PRICES 10 wants' to be your Printer in, 1984... I
1-3756607. 1/5 tfnchg on CR-315 so. Call 684-6558 or toll free On new 1984 custom vans. Starting at .
2BR MH: In Keystone across from lake HWY 21 N. Open 9.6 Wed. through Sat. l-800-342-6041.il/17-2/23/84 15tpd. $13,800 plus tax, tag, and freight. 13.3 Bring us a sample of any lob printed .From l1!

Geneva. Nothing down owner 4732183. 1/19 tfnchg percent bank financing. 1-75 441 'Imn; your regular 'printer. If, we cannot meet or '
finance. $69/mo. Mutt r.maln In park. LAKEFRONT PROPERTY Home or vacant MAKE MONEY AT HOMEi S.nd S. A. S. E. Alachua Florida' 4633375. 12/22 1111
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Tax writ.-off. 373-4792. 1/12.2/1661pd lot on Lake Geneva or east side of Santa to E. S. Dept. A. Kt. 3, Box 302, tfnchg beat their price WE, WILL .GIVE YOU
Fe lake. NO realtor agents, please Keystone Height' Fl., 3256. 2/2 IspdLTnion 1974 OLDS f1 i' 1100. Call 4737057. I ti WI 1
Call 1.373.1323.2/2.231tpd 1/12.2/2..tchg ,
1979 FORD LTD Power steering/brakes, I i A Gift Certificate For $10.00 Worth01

FM/AM cassette, auto ,trans.. A/C. I Of Office Supplies I
Good condition good.tlr., needs'point '' ,
REAL ESTATE 2900. 6592193. 2/2 Itpd (fa lUWJm ,
FOR SALE I from OFFICE !
County THE SHOP. 110 W. Call St.,Stark ,

LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO LAND FOR SALE i\ Quality Printers in Bradford County 1
---- PUTYflfldonthov.ltllIfindlt-Ju.t I Wanted Responsible, party to assume Since
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ask JANE S. USHER REALTOR small "monthly payments, On HALL LAKE lOTi: Skiing size lake. Nlc..ubdlvlsion. "
Ads 496-2126 496-2903, spinet/console piano, Can be : seen .
or eves. "Your 22000. $5,000 down and $1
locally. Write: Credit Manager P.O.bex e 1 1
Union' Realtor 80tin balance at 9 : ,:Interest. =
County: ,.,, 521. Beckemeyer. II, 62219,3 r chg 1-264-0603.. ) 2923tcha percent.,..\..iftStarke -_-,,' ____ -Jae.' -_. _____________.b' ,__.-__-__,_.r.-w" _, __. ,
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'PERSONAL SERVICES' "" ANb.2 'Dttfsk : /j.tt\'j'j -- I

HELP WANTED all ages, all occasion Call Dorothy 8tfor Ads.. ..'.. ... .!........ ......,.. .................. ...h. 44Ucr.OoJ'!, ; ._. "" Iv.."'
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK 496.2338I-pd .'
Package deal; wells drilled water WANTED -
IARM ESTATE LICENSING: in Lake City. pumps, new installation of septic smalt monthly Responsible payment party. to on assume Spinet PERSONAL SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALE; '. ,
School of
Real' Estate. Phone _
tanks drain field and lift stations. "
755-4006. TFN Console Piano. Can be seen locally.
OVERSEAS 714JOBS fast. Mobile home pole available. All work Write: Credit Manager, P.O. Box 209 DRAINFIELD ROCK : sands USED GALVANIZED f It. 9 ,59
Big money $20,000 guaranteed call Tommy Dorman Bldg HOUSECLEANING In :your' ham. TIN X ;
to $50.000 plus per year. Call 2752151. UFN 9/1 Breese, IL. 62230. '3-+-pd 1/19.2/2 limerock top soil. Large i, or small Monday-Friday (Stark. area) Call ft. x 10 'ft.. $3.50: 2 ft. x ) I I.ft,. $4.29.
FIBERGLASS BOAT 2 fish wells,
1.716.B42.6000. Ext. 21189. 2-pd 2/2.9 CUSTOM MADE Draprle. Valance and heavy load Ph. 7823172. BRADFORD 964-4484 and ask. for JoAnn. '1/193tchg Good condition. Ph. 782-3 .72. tfn',f/19
35 HP Johnson ,
duty tilt trailer Motor
OWN AND OPERATE LIMEROCK SALES. tfn 7/14 STEVE SMITH
Candy confection Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for 2/02 SAWMILL Open 8:30 a.m..
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vending route, your area; Pleasant FREE Estimate. S and W Enterprises. electric start very good. $750.00.Phone REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS pain. OVERWEIGHT 75 people 10-29, Ibs. ta 12 noon 1:00 to 5.00 p.m. Mon. .
496-2842. 1 2/2 .
buslnes, High profit items. Start partNETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and USED -chg: ting and plumbing repair, 25 year ex'perlence. overweight 'needed for new FrK 7 mile south,of Stark.?an Eastside
GOOD FURNITURE FOR SALE ATAFFORDABLE program
time Ag., experience. not All work guaranteed of 301. Dressed lumber
imporant. pruning. Also firewood oak and 8 mile and to shore In company profits. Call pin. and
pinefor PRICES North of
$2395.00 to $14,370 Investment. Writ. sole. Call Thomas Nettle 496-3823. 9647738. 9/15 tin Share 782.3503. Itchg 2/02 CDX plywood,,low cost'we, invite you
Raiford 229 Rd.
, Vendors Exchange, Box 411, Owatonna. CERTIFIED on to Boyce Phone EXPERIENCED PAINTER Neat work. In- CHRISTIAN MOTHER will care #for' your to' compare our "prked.t//Na. 2 pln" ..
Mn. 55060; 800-328-4978. odv no. BLACKSMITH Work 2752908. I-pd tenor or exterior Free estimates child In your home In the Stark. area studs $1,50. Delivery ,availablf;
865. 1-pd 2/2)) guaranteedCold corrective' USED THREE WHEEL MOTORIZED IIECTIRC -' Reasonable rates with good Phone 6592349. 2/02 '468.2624.,112fchg 202'FIREWOOD '
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CHAIR CART, for the U
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horseshoeing. Phone Troy Hancock must '
references. Call 9645177. 1/05 tfn
JOBS usandsof WILL RUN ERRANDS do : Mixed wood and leatoneij
vacancies 904-454-3075. 4_pd 1/19.2/9 dicapped. Walker- "like new. Has battery FLOORS SAGGING' HOUSE shopping '
must b. filled Immediately. UNLEVELT housecleaning, etc. Starke area. oak. $25 per rick Phone 964-9990. VVi
NEW CREDIT CAROl Nobody refused! charger- Call 496-3821 or see at Need Foundation ? also crack .
$17.634 to 50112. Call 716-842-6000, repair We can Reasonable. Phone 6592349. Itpd2/02 pecans ,1/26 2t5hg'2/02
Ext. 35625. 2-pd 2/2.9 Also Vita/Mastercard. Call 275 N. .lok..Ave;.Lake Butler, 2-'pd 'solve your problem Call for free BABYSITTING IN MY: HOME 9 a.m. to 6 ANTIQUE TABLE w/6 choir i..'ioWnet: and
AN OHIO OIL CO. Offer high Income, 805-687-6000 Ext. C-1136 4-pd 2/2.9 3 estimates. LaRue and Clark Home p.m Age 1 and older, After school til buffet table teat 16 2.000;" Ant.
plus cash bonuses, benefits to mature 1/19.2/9 WASHER $125)) dryer, $100; 'gas dryer;|' Repair, '((904)) :284-3160' or 284.7089, 6 p.m. Come by .1125 Nell.. ,Ct. behind 'wlnd. p: record play.' JW/recordjj,
person in Lake Butler area. Regardless FOR RENT $100; freezer, $150; electric stove,.* 1/12 4tpd 2/02 Madison St. Baptist Church. Itpd 2/02 $200: pedal' sewing!machine': $200;
of experience, writ. M.W. Read. $100;: Hide-A-Bed, $150; cedar cheta ELDERLY GENTLEMAN" WISHES' TO INCOME TAX SERVICE, loretta Mar. complete brats bed. Jwlr) alF, ...f.J"
American lubricants Co., Box 426, $100; wardrobe, $100; dinette $95. BOARDL Writ. "P.O. Drawer 280, chant. Monday thru; Friday Brahma 'each!"' :'964-4468. 1/262tp< 21'02... :
Dayton Ohio 15101.-chg 2/2 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES drop-leaf, maple I table. w/2 b.nc h., Starke; Florida .32091. Willing to pay Restaurant. 964-6056! day or 964-6684 PIANO 'F01.,fAltWa'ritgtlfl.rl
FOR RENT Union County Time, 150 $150; triple dresser; mirror, complete!, shore of, "household expense. 12/22 eves. 2/02 4tpd 2/23 'party''< to assume .small! ; monthly!
INSURANCE Main Street Lake Butler Phone queen bed $200; twin bed, $45; double J tfn BILL'S SAW SHOPS Complete sharpening payment/ / 'on"'Ipinol/tolsolt- piano.Carv .
496-2261 for information TFN 10/1 bed, $60; sofa and loveseat $75; many ., SEWING MACHINES, REPAIRED All .service clrculqr' hand, carbide,. chain 'beaer:( (Ibcally. 'Wsftic: )(include
2 BDRM HOME $150 a month first and other odds and end of furniture. Must} makes ,cleaned, oiled and adjusted. mower blade hollow: ground and? ,phone number),.C/otJit; ,/MGl'OlI.Pq.
MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S. 'last month In ad-.mce. Prefer coupl. sell..! 7525259. Providence Itpd 2/2 ,**,. t' $15 Work guaranteed. James balanced. Leave at Jackson Building 1 '' Box '691: ; Beckemeyer,,.I tj .62. \,
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Lake Avenue Lake Butler 4963978. 150 SW 5th Ave. Phone 496-3087 or : Strickland. corner Morgan Rd. and Supply in Starke, Keystone Heights or 3tpd 2/(1) "j ;1 1.9t
Complete Insurance Service TFN. 496.2975.2-chg; 1/26-2/2 Hwy. 16. Stark.. 12/29 tfn Lake Butler TFNchg FROST FREEREFRIGERATORy fik : !
RENT OR SELL i.AIFORDLAKE ABBA DABBA DAWG PET GROOMING GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, window, $2SO; thin" bed.t ,$4frqU; d table
ACTION CARPET MELROSE BUTIER 838 N. Temple Ave Starke 9647285. etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY/ w/plu'sh podded .nthal*":'iArl >y<$*gO.., ,
CLEANING' CBS home 3 BR1 BA 1/124pd2/02 'I ,'961.6073.Ord.rolso:token In lake' now $250;, Early' AmeiWLofhYS'tfod': ; .,.'
AND PAINTING Accounting&T.x CH. Util. Rm.:, gar., 1404 PICTURE FRAMES Custom and readymade ,Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Height4734973. */ bl. bed$75,' Quasar B/W pArfytjWTY.;'
I S.rvlce> sq, ft. on 1 Ac. $28,900.: at CREATIVE COTTAGE 3 miles 2/26 fin $50: wosher<$t,23i ,diy$0.4675; J| W.; '
AA ItMitl1S i $1,445 down. Near SRI21 south, of HOMES Call for Free Estimate Next to Post Office and Sinclair Rd By owner f 964-6118. Satisfaction; guaranteed, 144 W Cell St. '*''.7303 >, FIREWOOD) $3 pickup r\l<; ry"mixodnayssplit
I 473-2273 475-2199 30yr.Cxp. 1.755-4149 or' 1-7526238 1/19tin. Open T.,... Frl/9 til 9:30 You haul. Pho.n.9'W-7A1O.; 2/g3"'
ftUSINESSfS C.B. Isaac George Massa even. / Sat.-* AM tit 3 PM ,.' ,':SKKfl: ,j'2/09'iJZt( {tT:yVWSt'SSi\ ':. 11'
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340. West, Main St. Loka Butler. : ,....\.. \ t; between o",.)ANCr and p.'h ,1 tchgr.IASSIfCOUCH 1V 2'\1
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'f Reem 1"--4' Is. ": '., (OIVR-A-.WAYS RocWetliilr'sf; "' (pupplciV 'A1
Beautifully decorated spacious 4 bedroom '- In lake Butler. One of o Kind! RoomSpac..Room..vSpo<.. Cleaning' '
Hal) Av..IIIe.. 'f '\ months.! e9'.tctr ,.,,,il I clipped J o,
Located on approximately I acre fenced and with pool..IDEAL for entertainment. By Appointment Only.' Priced ___ Lmiurm n | '" ; '," show. Three molei-We"female.s "
below Replacement Value. Might trod. for nice country ham. '>", .\i(: '/' ,/:' .r' '' '. each Phone 964-4099 oftir 5

Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CB home on I acre fenced'A 'miletom city,limit: of'.Lake., ,,Butler,,Beautiful" fireplace,, WIIMHouse Special.t (vt., DIn'.'Hefi'3, If J... I. .59"Cjiifet'Dyedia >,J for B rrtlc horn has real country appeal. No close neighbor' A REAL BUY._. .* <"' 'Cl\ ro t'"f VLECTRIC fMNOCl'GE 0"11"11'11" .''y

-3 bedroom home 'In Lake Butler on VI acre. Just" one block from SR 12?, ;$16,900.:SOLO SOLD SOLD, ( .12)) . 4' .,,. :. .'. '..,+..... ...,.81"FiffffHure ,te3 .., I.. 'IItc.U..tIIt, :iOhdition' $80. >'fj ''
bedroom home on 1 acre Worthington Spring ar.o. Newly decorated Inside' and out.Ho additional structure. .}n ,. 96704eor rRaifUrdtGJo." 2 ;
back of home. IDEAL for 'IN-HOME BUSINESS 'I" 4498T ;. 2tchg 34WOODEN
-Beautiful c.untry Home on beautiful homeile with 14 .pecan tree.on 9 Pcr..c. WIWorpet.lcirge: | Cleaneds" ( ra a chair) .,' . . ,' ii Ai'gitd frdl'Jer''dood c i }

Fireplace. Approx. 1800 *q. ft. plus double car oarage. Fenced yard and nice bam<,, "Not' D.llght.df Don't 'Pay'1 '' tionf900.'PhsSn.964.ps184! : | ,'9
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Ideal for : Bra1IfOrd&.Union County and Truck: SK>P" tou1hIU .> 5tl7rklr146tCr "
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-23* Acre located 4 ml..ou.oHok.'utl..on SR Cropland )
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Nice country road. ; flnanc.1f;; jfcJ'iiffl WrJr4i" ; ;; : :: .t'i. ..;.,1'f4'f" 5* ..cI 8on&t..".,p.dr J
3-10 Acre wooded or pasture. Paved ood.ontase'. owner bom' *H. 3 calla from city limit, "W'/ I '-; D.., \ ,'f1j., =, I.J It f'. pomd ba"ltlW\liIIJI." .. .IM.t.i/ew. ; a

Just eyMO:9 minutes Aeree Worthington from town.*f Spring*."Woodw* torn posture,Lovely homeslt. Ovmef financed. Call right. ew'ry.MNTAU i'';'ff. are ''MW .ranting. Imll'aNl'maw. sksnp00ef11.. '" 1".., ,'i( J.3G.Mr I ,7/2.36/0.1/2iMrsJ dggrhedq.l" '2)J:4iJNKtA v''y.4t.) \ ,.


-Nous, and Sacra on lovely country road RENTALS*Kro* from Old- MIL IMNtALS Pond. 5 min'from Loki MNTAU Butler. y :;;ytE; Wt:Ha/T Carp' Rato l far .'' '' rtgN' '+r 2 4'HC ad, 1 'Jf1'1 M+ty4NtRed, ..Mi (
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Kxtro large bedroom.3 bath horn w/flreplsc.Inthecunry.Locot.djust| out.ldeUnionCowNyoftSR331klee': | ", J !)M9".ti
for famllle who woh In Golnesvlll and lake Butler. Shown. by appointmentI: I '

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- EXPERIENCED! MEAT CUTTER; Apply at MIMOSA MANOR MOBILC HOME f PfVKMobjle BUY OP tHE YEAR 1 1:3 BR. 1 BA CB home. : iN
rnltted to the BradfoVd' Couftty' Normal's Produce, 964-607r' I/12 tfn homos and spaces for ren{. Financing available.. 1-468.1323. 12/01 .Wok
T.I.graph office In writing and paid In CRUISE SHIP, JOBS Great fncoma.polar.. Recroational vvhiclas welcomit'Pho.e tin Repairs and Rn Goat till C al'

advance unless credit I Is already tlol. All occupation. For. Information 468-2912. 7/16.tfn -dit,:; : 'COUNTIt'STnl.. Well built home )In convenlenl 964-4578 u
established. with this off Ie.-. ; call ((312)) 742 8620 ext. 362; 'I l((19 4 tpd MOBILE HQMIS...FOB 'RENt,''pn.mde elM( lacationi Remodeled huge (t1.
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF. CANNOT Bt \ ,FEDERAL': iVATg t lVll'SERVICE Jobs from $larK city limits. Clean-: Nwy.16! rooms, spacious kitchen.. 964-8569.. : '
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN' ovoilobla. Coll (619)( ) ) 569.8304 for In- W. Call 468-.1323: 0/07 (In. ,12/15 tins 1; .
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD M'TAKEN OVER :1 "f6. ') 193tpd 2 02 J ftv'v. r CLEAN MOBILE HOMES 'for rent. On ". OWNER 3 bedroom. bath- from FIREWOOD .

TELEPHONE. ,. CARE FOR ELDERLY MANE Port 'time; or Hwy. Ifc.W., Close la, prison toll;; hom.ort large lot. Chain link'feitced-ln ]Cut Split Stacked tt4.
Classified/ d.odlinq ,i_ 1UESDAy. Ml'' lime. Must b. 40-50'yea 5' bid. 0468-,323. 1()/01'tin, > '>S' backyard.-Ierg.living room. 32x18 din. '.-* Cord<< Dry Opk PHONE 964-7776

NOON prior to Thursday; publkdlon. "Phone' 496-2370 anytime." Iv26 2lchg. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly; ,monthly Ing room, assumable, mortgage ot 545. ".'.e Kirl 205 N. Tempi' rn

Minimum charge 15 words,for $2.7.'. ESTABLISHED FIRM LOOKING FOR EXECUTIVf rates. Palms' Apartments, 21(14( N. Tompl I I1 >.. $7.000 and assume''' payment! CallCabinet 041t.: 'U raW'.1.AR' ., .
then, 10 cents for each word J"". f.r. :SECRETARY :with good typing .>Ave 7/,28 Ifn !f\' Call ((904))) 964-8867 or 964.4644. ; 1/26 Stark Ki 94

J ,, r and shorthand skIlls.andwiIkOineua SPACIOUS 3 BR.,2 BA home with CHMI 2tpd 2/02 M. SPECIALS .' '1'
YARD SALE*: +'*.,counting knowledge.. EKrfelleni'tworkIng West Call' s,., lots of storage.-No. pet*. ,LARGE. OlDER HOME lo $tar<<.. $50.000
Call ? ,, .& With assumable. of & Vanities _OMP1 Ciy_ rCNpVATtCcay.! Attractive
'>, condition for the -Vrght"person 964.5827..1i/03 tin. ., ; mortgage opprOK. *
'" '' looking fqr a good future' with o grow- NICE ROOM with private bath. V64" .6035:; 30000. Phone '9644223 after-6 p.m. New Cabinets 2 fir?, J BA home o/i 1 aura Rd
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;'101; Ing 'Company. Salary cbmmensurate fOOW 8x24' Porch. $22,9001
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Hwy, 100 South. ; furniture, OR SELLs Rafcrd/lake Butler. Cabinet RepairFormica -
J'/i.mlUt. -With\ .tperferlce.&end. resume to P.O. MOBILE HOMEl Keystone H.Igt11.1'1'Acron ; RENT CBS
dishes' tins, 'clothes and :'Jots'more.. < home. Work *> fQR ttASSJ2t: SAte-N 07 3 BK. I IBA
: .. Florida 3209K 1.26 from lake Geneva. Clean no 3 8R,.1'BA, CH utility room
'9648350. Itpd 2/02 lea.> ,u',,<*, .-90.wr NMENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT lease $150 mth. Furnished or unfur' 'I garage-, 1404 sq. ft. 6n one acre 9644578Subscribe brick home. 1 1227 E. Call St. 1.28 acres

YARD SALEi Friday and Saturday. 2/3 $117(867.20 and 2N.Flothes, "new-and used Tupf ) ( ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED GUESTHOUSE Sinclair! Rd' By owner ''1-755-4149 or ;

perware, many, miscellaneous, Item. health r.qulr.mentsMostir's':.nvlronm.ntaf dogre health In public oronitory' $115, mth.; 2 BR unfurnished; 1-792-6238_.. 2/02 2tpd 2/09 dlshwoihor, drapes. 9% 'gssymoble.
House No. '228., Cyprecs State THREE BEDROOM HOUSE and lot mortgage of' $23,18, Selling .Price
prr I '. \d.nc.And foul\ ,,''of opt.,'$200mlh.: 3 BR houstf. $l7Srnth.; orv 'J
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Prison Compound! Itchg.J/02 4 BR House $350 ", th. 96".8404.19 Crystal Lake. Beautiful lake and good $43,000
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GARAGE SALEi IQQ toward' Keystone, Send to I the Dept.- 3tchg 2/02. '"i fishing.For more Info phone 473.4456 STARKE RADIATpR ?- / -
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26th 'Ave.Sorri* furnituredishes. ; ''Office. TWO BEDROOM DOWNSTAIRS APTl'/ Itpd 2/02 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
clothes, odds and ends. All day Friday 'of Confections and Medical,, Personnel Center. P.O. $195/mo. $150 security deposit, Phone SERVICE iXTRAOROINARV BRADFORD VILLAt 2 BR, I BA.
and Sat. ill noon look for sign n Itpd 'Reception Fla call 964-4228 after 6 p.m. 1/26 tfn 'rAY ) BR. J BA (VA-FHA) Beautiful screened porch. All new afrpllanc; .
BoW628'Lok.8utl.fl ;32054,
2/02 e } or FURNISHED 1 BR DUPLEX. Private-rlve ., Conventional Financing: Custom drop.throughout-Hove to ...'1eI believe1))
Moore1.' Administrator at
SIDEWALK .SAU AT WESTERN AUTOi! Tom' Hospital I 2. : ," and entrance.. No children pr p.tlipl.a. ..<-,' L- ........in/OW Area tHANDSOMt: BR 2..... IA BRICK ho.... on S Ac. Attract ,
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ThurH Fri. Sat $5 watches. V priced'toys .OFFSHORE DRILLING: ... 964-5464. 1/26 tfn Forest Close to Schools-' $44.800 fence w/elec. dote, Oe $tl1') '
paint furniture. garden" tools! ','' $25.000 $50,000 FOR SALE OR RENTs 3 BR house, I CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION -BUSIEST CORNER IN STARKE 100' on Hwy 301 < SS'
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bikes, ttpd 2/02 ,i L Heights Subdivision. $7QQQ and takeover ,'0', ".....319 on SR 1 14. (Existing bldg.' ampl pavlnj.' Stl.vOO.
SATURDAY, FEI. ... 8.am: ....,-p.ts ,,214..'" .'Rfulpo! Call'" Petroleum Will tram.Drilling Advancement! Service payments 964-5423. Itchg 2/02 '. I All Closing Costs. Paid Aisum. mtg. $53,800.11'6%. Payment* 633.27

W. Mimosa Dr., Starke.Follow, signs- ,'- 'pose 219'I3I*'2199, ex:>. 272?. Also,open' ONI BEDROOM TRAILER, Completely '. FOR LEASE, Beaut brick 2 BR, 2 BA In.bett to atlea.Fully .
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from Presbyterian Church: lots of good] t' ::"..vbstpd22AN : furnished, ..I.ctrlh.ot= and air total' 8.1'r'nnA ', furn. $600 mo. Double gorog.iLQCATION )

things. Rain cancels. Jtpd 2/07 OHIO OIL CO; 6ffer high Income. electric. Near Graham. $55 per week MOBILE HOMES Fobu nS > -LOCATION: ; Brick 3: BR,' 2 BA-ilO N.

BACKYARD SALE Antique glassware, plus cash bonuses/; benefits to maiur.pefioh .' Phone 4851371. Itchg 2/02 FOR SALE Ask lor Randy or Dave Mimosa Dr. CH/A.W/1440' heated pi gb*. t. utl[. rm,
and small .,
lorg. cloths. ,fQbrlC LARGE UNFURNISHED upstairs apart
lrf"Siark. area. ,Regardless of BUDGET\ BUSTER: Close to SS Hem. 3 BR. 1 ':. "A '
l/yard. 301 W. Lafayette st. Frl3'ond ment. Downtown Starke, Phone "
.M.Y ;oLtR.od. 964-6810. Seoul. Lands.
experiencewrite, : COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BJTJ! (4c.
3 Sat. 1/4. Itchg 2/02 F.bi2.a4: 1l II.+4Am.rican r Lubrlconti Co. ,Box .426, 96-4.7271.2/01) tin r.itourantfopen. '41\) At W MOBILE HOME $Alt$ .New and CORNC4 HlMf > S" with lovely 2 BR, 2 lA.hom., 4 ml.to.h.oQuin. .
FAMILY GARAGE.SALE ; Fi.o'j': Anltur. 04.06 t04'Oh104540f. )tpd2,2:1tCIT'1OP t. KITCHENETTES weekly TV. used mobile hom.'for sale. WotterI 111M TIMPII AYE aHMt : .
.; clothes, book '; brtc-o-brad. : ; UNDERWOOD MOTEL. 3 miles RETREAT 2 Ac. w/3 BR :1 BA 'CK/A tl nl.
.;'+, ; STARKE I I. accepting oppfltatlont ', (Bud) Alvarez invites \ou.to come out .
Fireplace More 'land available.$5a,000RD230
On. block behind Cardan. Restaurant; North of Starke, US 301. 2/02 3tpd 2/16!
Itpd 2/02 >, ; .r,; for power plant mechanic II..AAu1' TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME No 'I: and browse. Highway 17 South VACUUMSALE' Brick home. CH/A. Fenced Ig.' lot.
? i be H$ ,'or GED with 2 ..* Palotko, Fla. 325-9551 or 329-4682. In
"" F -- graduate yr. children. No pets. Phone 964-761 1'.0;.'. .*. STUCCO .l"ln.h.w" apt.. on ,J.42 A4. Ma;OQp\
'' di.s.l. electrical Starke1;; call Wells 964-5231' 9/22 '
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I CARS fc TRUCKS I" 9648614. ttchg 2/02 121 BUTtER TtRRACEi4/2' Ofv',2, lot'-'4 )OD t
equip'. Apply at City\ Moll tfn '
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TWO BEDROOM HOMI with fRo LR. DR, 'ACING'GOLF COURSE-.lovely 3BR. 2 BA. Own fin.
.. I 1 M.rrIIFD..offlciitchg2/2'll; ) :! / TWO BEDROOM ONE BATH ,MOBILE
!:r lorg. yard. Phone 964-5559. I tchg 2/02:! NEW & USEDWe "750 W. MADISONt Zoned for offices. $25 000
1'71 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL nlc. and \WEEKEND,,HELP 'fogrouphOmi..:Prefer 1 HOMI with}/i ocr. lot located on Hwy. ,,
1973 FORD F 250'Truek. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE FR DR, LR, COZY 3 BR, I BA C/Blai ,t. Fenced 125 IXX)
clean $2.000:. : middle-age lady, able to.cokl'! FrlGiav.o / 301 South, Includes two window A/C finance Our Own .
Kit., In town. First and 'last.Jmonths *" ,BRICK IV. A Amen, Count'C\ub.Ua.OOQ.'' \ .
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$1,000.CII473.4549anytim. 1 tpd 6 p.m. to' Sun., 6p.m. Phone,964-8747< tfn unit.:'polio cover utility shed Call KIRBYS
1V7S CHEVY VAN. Good condition $750. VOLUNTEERS WORKERS ore needed at deposit. 1325/mo: 9647910. 2/02 1 t 964-7849 after 5 p.m 1/26 2tpd 2/02' '2 BEAUTIfUL CITY LOTS on W-100.
'782-3503. If no answer. 762.3411.1 Itchg; '";" 'Sunshine1/' Industries. Volunteei;!';*. posKV'ilon FURNISHED. J:2 bedroom :opts. All ROYALS '47 ACRES Antique brick home Pecan tr..i.

2/02 .;i *: carpentry aids, maintenance utilities Included. From $140/mo. Inquire BUSINESS' EUREKAS FINE RESIDENCES Ac.-flr.ot land. 13 0' nn tJ1

|WB BUICK SKYHAWKt Good condition man, clerk, typist and "Vocational'' aids, 208 N. Cherry St. Itchg 2/02 HOOVERS '30.04 Ac. North of Lowtey on Hyvy 301) J
$2.200. Phone 431.1050 I tpd 2/02 Sunshine.' 'Industries, I It a sheltered FOR SALE OR RENTi Mobile hones Good OPPORTUNITIESEARN ELECTROLl X '10 ACRES New Home w/Creat" Rooin$79.l>0.14"i '

1979 SCOUT INTERNATIONAL 4 wheeldrive workshop for the handicapped locatedon terms No p.'". Deposit' required.' FILTER QUEENS AC OFF 22SiW..Lawtey, Own. fin. '
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2500. Phone. %4.,6.'. Itpd'' SR 16 West, next to Olm't.Tr.: Pk. If Phone 9648816. Itpd 2/021 HOME.Adults .. OVER $50.000' ANNUALLY with SEA It...> '3 BR; FRAMBSI; J.OOO. Excel condo 2 Ian
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2/02 you can spend 10.15 hr's. per week your own food business. Stark. Is Ideal( .COMMERCIAl BESSF.NT ROADVery Ig.' wooded lot. J SOO.
is IT TRUE YOU CAN'BUY JEEPS for $44 assisting us,' please 'call-; 9641699. conlyi Convenient 2/07 to shopping' '. for Ihl;, venture. Minimum InvestmentS5 .WOODED AC Hwy U Hampton. Make utter
through the U.S.1 Government? Get the ( .Robert Larimer, Exec. .Dlc', '2'02, 2tchg DUPLEX, area. Ph.FOR 9648810.RENT Itchg 2 ,; .000: Writ. to Opportunities, P.O. We repair all makes HAMPTON OAKSt I lot 24, wooded., 18,000.

foeti today) Call VI5: ((31J EOVT') '742-1142ext.", :I 2/09. ." -'- '... carpeted, central )heat, 'air.'b.Cfolf"$2 5/mo;, 1..t'I BoL409, yvoycros" *. GA,31502.. ,, 1261"1 Al Young's' HAMPTON OAKSt Let 2). Acre plus, St.OOO.
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4tpd .. ,' -" '., -$150 s. ority-d.p..It,96.4.: '22d-.. ..' 6 < 3ipd 3109 S CrPI I'a.Y1.tt 60 ACRES Prime land:, elf SR-3JiS2.0qO, Ac."
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LOST/POUND WjjjIIJ.... '!tWO 1''r + < -r"'g;\ ,y""r .4:18 Ac $11,000. Own.-ftaK. VVUson Rd. *
business, High profit item. Start part- 964.6918 REPAIR SHOP Owner flnoric.
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..... AXLES TIRES: Two axlei and four tires. MOTORCYCLES time Age, experience notImportant..
: 3 Miles ncrtti of MM 32 on tal., 301. $:J .OOO
BWARDrAny Information, lost pit bull Highest! price, pair), Green's Welding ,oJ $2395 'to $14,370 'Investment. Write ROADill, .
Starke US 301 EDWARDS Plus| Acres.WAVNI
4 mas. old, ear and tall' clipped hrln- Shop. 301"South, Starke, Fl. 9645001. ItTT HONDA ISO: Adult' owner low ", Owatonna Vendors Exchange, Box on . .
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dl., white chest 4 whit. f..t. Lost 301 11/03 tfnchg 411. Owatonna. MN 55060 Include .
North of Storke.;964-7406. 2/02 2tchg AXLES B flRESe For mobile hom.Ohn'sMobil. | mileage. $750.96-4.8640.,1)/11., Adv 865. llpd 2/02 ... tVENING4RIA
; HONDA EXPRESS $295 Suiukt OS 750 phone no. no. coo. 'U 441t l'AVIN"Uf'AW'" 141&
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$895 Alto have 60 Greenhouse for L(. Subscribe Today I _
FOUNDt brown Pekinese. Female. 10/13tfn DOUOI.AXVM j
Light .' sole, CURLES.CYGLES. Hwy,3C1.South "
On SR 100 on 1/11/84: '"0"164-5804' SOMEONE TO GIVE relaxed environ $589'1 Stark. ... BRADFORD COUNTY \
old declawed spayed ; 964-6020: Itpd! 2/02,. '
after 5:30: p.m. Itpd 2/02 Tent to 7yr. Tit LEGRAPH
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loveable cat. 'Phone 9646991. llchcj- 964.6305 !a Deadline
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Fill Dirt. SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC. TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasantdrove .MEN,:,', t :.-. AND 17 WOMEN 62 i Tuesday: Noon

Hauled SpreadR U.S.301 NorlhStork964l44U Rd. $3.995. $400 down. $70- a month.. t STRAIN NOW FOR' .

..* Rgt.s, .Makingroorr for\new ;models: Five Coil 9645606. 9/13 tfn, : 'r CIVIL: SERVICE Cash Register(
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Cell Anytime select lot' models, ,at, 'Joss; Set up and Rd. $2.995. $300 down $55 o' month. -+i" 1'>. EXAMS for Sale 1

1. 85.1541 delivered. 96'.5606.9115 If iiONE 'it;: Nd'High' School Necessary $ 9904 PINE' FORESTAPARTMENTS

ACRE LOT) Facing Foriyth Rd. ,g; Position Stall As High As or Rem for_$30 mnntk
,Jay De. & SonsGroham $".000. $400, down and!" $70 month ti ,,_ $1O-21 HOUR I
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Mobile Ham 9645606. 1/2.._| ...I.- __ : ePOSr MECHANICSIN3PECTOH3 OFFICE a CL 'ttlCAUe Office Furniture. 12 S' 3 Bedroom' Aptsi.:

ELECTRIC SERVICE POLES ," KEEP PRESENt JOB WHll' ..Weekl Y''E :. prom, 1150..to '2970.
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Income Tax(; Service nil Wolelo 468 1 1 97 Cor F,.,., C imut ?. 8 Ac* on U.S: 301 Service, Inc. TheOffice fdtlH HOUSING ,

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Nettles : );468-1455, : .. : 1-904-786-8989, '--, Special' Insurance Ito : 1Z': .
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Tree .4'+N4141At....fs4ls.+fe41e4 re4r! + r..+F4ra. '"...A If types Of : (::1'.

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: Employers; '. can. :apply for'. 4, .' r' -..dit'miei': ; ", ...wnn. .' i 'i. ., ".lig;; :-.y\-'.#, l..l.Jli: i .. f wK w('r rIt ., ill :



is no secret that ,especial CETA (Comprehensive Employment example of a JTPA placed employee
Iy young people, are having problems and Training Act) employeeswho would be someone Who Is placed Iq a ... '. '
finding Jobs. Employers are more were involuntarily terminatedfrom retail grocery to I learn how to boa ,, ', .
reluctant to Increase their staff and titles liD and VI after Dec:. 31, meat cutter," said Kathy. Strain ': t. : .. i 41
payroll at a time when they are not 1980. i i JTPA co-ordinator for Bradford and ,* ." r y P
sure what the economy Is going to do. .People receiving Aid -to Familieswith Union Counties. "
The Job Training and Partnership Dependent Children and people, "One difference between CETA and .' ( f.rI
Act (JTPA) Is trying to help solve registered with the Work Incententive JTPA is that JTPA can cross county; '', I ?r '
both the problems of the unemployedand Program.To lines, where a CETA worker had to be 1 Y (
the employer through program placed in his own county," said ,, '. ::5 g
called Targeted Jobs' Tax Credit find out more about this program Struth.
(TJTC). or apply to receive TJTC for an JTPA also helps eligible people get
TJTC was devised as a way to Increase employee, contact the Job Seryces Office classroom training such as is offered
opportunities in the private in your area. at the Bradford-Union Vocational r .
sector for certain groups who Many of these same people are Technical Center (Votech) in Starke '
find it harder to tart than most eligible for the JTPA program, and "We are allotted so many employees
people. TJTC offers tax-paying under that program, JTPA can pay for classroom training and so many '
businesses financial assistance so half the salary of an eligible employee for on-the-job training. Right now we rl t; r
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that they can make more jobs the private sector to learn a don't have many openings in on-the-
available. placedskill, Not all JTPA placed job training," she said.
TJTC offers tax-paying employersin employees will make the tax break CETA used to pay eligible people
the private sector tax credit on available to their employers, but for classroom training. JTPA pays
their federal Income taxes equal to 50 many will. full tuition, books and $10 per day for ""
percent the first year's wages earned With JTPA paying half their salary travel, but it doesn't offer a certain ,;
by an eligible employee, up to $3,000 and employers having a chance to collect amount for merely participating in
per employee.It up to $4,500 in tax credit for the the program.Anyone .
also offers credit for 25 percent of first two years, these employees interested In taking classes W fail
the wages of an eligible employee's should be in great demand, but they in clerical trades, truck driving, draft
second year, up to $1,500 per are not. Private businesses just aren't ting, data processing or anything else .Y
employee.Employers. aware of the opportunities available available at the Votech should contactthe
who hire eligible through JTPA and the tax credit pro- Job Services Office in their area \ >
employees and apply for TJTC may gram. to find out if they are eligible for the ,
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receive up to ",500 in tax credit per Businesses interested in hiring a JTPA program !!>.
employee. JTPA employee should contact the The Bradford-Union JTPA program .
Job Service Center of the Florida presently has about 85 percent, JTPA; Works for Employers and Employees.
Eligible employees are: State Employment Service in their positive termination. That means that
.Younge people between the ages of area. In Starke, the number is the employees they place did well on' Bradford-Untoe Administrator Eric Dukes work.ln", Many of JTPA workers will make' their employersthe
18 and 24 who are members of 964-8092 and the office is located in the their own after their training was office at the old courthouse In Starke trying to get eligible for up to $4,500 of tax credit for the first,two.

economically disadvantagedfamilies. old Bradford County Courthouse. In comoleted. businesses Interested In hiring JTPA employees. years. .. ,",
Union County, call 496-2414, or go by -
Vietnam Era Veterans who are the office in room 206 of the Union
members of economically disadvantaged County Courthouse.If .
families. the JTPA employee Is eligible for '
Handicapped individuals or disabled the tax credit, all an employer will Lake Butler FarmCen'ter Inc
veterans who have completed or have to do is sign a simple document
'are undergoing rehabilitative ser called a "declaration" and mail it to ,
the TJTC office in Tallahassee. An official -
vices..Young people aged 16-19 who are certificate of tax credit will be ((904)) 496-3921 after 8 pm (904)) 964-6534 Hwy. 121 S., Lake ,Butler '
participating in a qualified returned to the employer by mail for
cooperative education program and use in filing a federal income tax psk1uanttl Aaoru Ces Open Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30: : Saturday, 7:3012.: Noon
members of
are an economically return. ,
disadvantaged family. JTPA is something like the CETA Ralph Hazen Butch Faulkner Travis Hattaway

People receiving Supplemental program used to be, except with ,
Security Income. JTPA the emphasis is on placing
.People receiving general employees in the private sector, instead Us'For
Needs
assistance payments in counties approved of in government-related jobsas Come See Your Fencing : 46" ChaiitUrtk Gates .Many Styles Choose from

by IRS.Motorists. many CETA employees were. "Anjusted 47" 10-12Vz gauge Reid Fence 59. ..:.. per roll fqjtt r a&.taesttr1410JQf' I Wolverine.'B'oots

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39" 10'121/2 gauge Field Fence 5j.no;; !\ per roll I I

can get extra tax .. io 39pp
from
I 3" Gaucho Barbed Wire 23.75 roll' I I .

mileage by applying breaksIf 5" Gaucho Barbed Wire 21.00 roll to>, 5750 pr

64:50: I each
5" Heavy gauge Barbed Wire 24.00 roll
you should use your car for gross income to be deductible.)
509tteaer. i *
business or volunteer work, you addition, you can deduct the cost of ((121/2 gauge) l&'foof ; Boot Cut &
should know about some rules that parking and tolls incurred while using 34" Panels 15.95 Straightleg
16'
ea.
x "galvanized" Hog
might decelerate you tax bill. Even if your' car for business, medical or
you use your car for business only volunteer travel. 52" x 16' .galvanized..Cattle Panels 17.95 ea 25 Guarantee Wrangler JeansflK95
part of the time, says the Florida Institute Using the 20 and one-half cents a year
of CPAs, there are still ways to mile "standard mileage deduction"saves CCA Pressure $ .
save on your taxes. you the trouble of detailed Heavy Duty 7-Bad Heavy Duty flanet I' J pair. .
Are you aware of the different waysto record keeping because all of the Treated Fence Posts: .
deduct auto-related expenses'?? Do, costs associated with tunning your, .. ,_ II" Plpe;Gates --L .1 'J[ ". 1 ,, --
you realize you may cut your tax'billa 'cat-rj Including depfeefationarea Iit" .5M\AA ,, : :
b'uTlt(V But if think it costs mbre*? "
? dVydu- you X
by depreciating your car t 2 z. -
know if you are eligible for a tax than 'this to operate your car add, 'you.Jhave "' '6.f 00 .'30.10; each.' .; ft toot 1&5jft t each 6Y2'.3".31)z;;.':'1::80 ea: Hay Feeder J 'fiacp J<
credit on the purchase of your car? an alternative. You can up 8 foot ,. 32.25 each
Before you start work on your 1983 the actual costs. 6y2Ix31/2fV4",2.00ea, : 3 piece. :closed bottonf
Federal Income Tax Return, try to To decide between the standard 10 foot-35.85 each 1ft I foot3Q5 I each .
recall those situations where driving mileage formula and the actual expense 6y2'x4"-5"-2.35ea' '
may have been a deductible expense. method, figure the deduction 12 foot 37.75 each a'x'SM-' 3.40'each On Sale $8'000
For instance, if you drove the Cub both ways. But remember, if you go 14 foot 41.55 each 14 foot 35.90 each '
Scouts on camping trips, deduct it. If the actual expense route, you'll need 8" x 4'f:5".4 25 'each ,
you are a landscaper and had to leaseor .detailed records of gas, repairs and 16 foot 44.90 each 16 toot 42.25eact> *
buy a trailer to take your tools to other expenses.If 8'x5'V6"5Qeach6l3peaclj' Red Pontiac

work, deduct it. If you moonlight, you bought your car in .1983, you '10'X4'5': .. : ( : '"
deduct the costs of driving from your may qualify for the Investment Tax 60" x 12" long square Seed Potatoes
primary job to the second one I If you Credit (ITC). Here's how it works: I O"x 5'.6'.!."' 9.30 each' ,'. "..... d' "
traveled to the doctor twice a week The ITC allows you to cut your final iAKKATE insecticide tube corral panel $ -730 .

for allergy shots deduct the costs as tax bill by six percent of the amount 26.40 I per gat.BfrW I 48.95 ea .." *" $\ ")5 Ib bag :
part of your medical expenses. All you paid for the car. So, if you paid '
sorts of travel-related expenses are $10,000 for your car,you could cut$600 c Seyitt Insecticide 4' corral arch gate : :. '.
deductible, but you must understandhow from your tax bill If you used your Baler ?w ne90D01 White: .' ,
the rules for drivers affect you. car for business reasons only 50 percent I 48.40. : i Plastic -T&bale. Ken 1 belr
You can deduct 20 and one-half of the time, you'd be entitled to a ftpurirjt-ijjy Herfticidff '
cents a mile for the first 15,000 milesof $300 ITC. 6' corral arch gate 16,000'I I Plastic; *1''. Semi. Potatoes1"x6"x16'CCA
business travel and 11 cents for If you use your car for business,you *&?0 1 tjat0* 23.95>ift. 56.20 ; -
each additional mile if you are not may be able to lower your tax bill by' : . .. .. IIPIffii..vVvv: V-- .. "
reimbursed. Remember even if your depreciating it. The 1981 Econmic &$$ Weed; Killer ## feeder 7 .,,.::5.:Ik N : .

boss asks you to drive to the post of- Recovery Tax Act ushered in a new Qarirvai tarts '' .., -- .' '
fice to pick up the company mail each method of depreciating business 'TBZ Cattle Paste Wormer racks \' > ;!. : _'. .
morning, its a deductible business expense equipment: the Accelerated Cost Pressure
-12:25 tube"
if you use your own car and are Recovery System (ACRS). It is the 3 piece-closed bottom "
not reimbursed. Business travel expenses most widely used depreciation, 2' gauge 5V Crim* Tramisol.Gel. Cattle" ; on Sale S80.00 Treated Lumber-,. *.3.654"x4"x8' ; ,
are included in the "ad method. Under ACRS, you depreciatea Metal' .t '
justments to income' section of the car over three years. The first year coating ;:? wormer 22.00 tube ': ,- CCA Pressure

Form 1040 which Is. the long form. you can get a deduction for 25 percentof r 't> .'SnAtten"Cattle f"ee'. -- ..t**. treated pests *.$350f.rTi -.;
But you need not itemize deductionsto the cost of the car, followed by a 38 'BfoS f Argentine BaniagrassSeeds .. .:::....;:.. i.- ;
take advantage of provisions for and 37 percent deduction for the ,'Rials! ,t ,'. ticide 1 : qpin? 80'Ib. .. \f : i-"
business travel following by a 38 and 37 percent .. .
expenses.For ... : Cut CypresU
Rough im er i
volunteer and medicalrelatedtravel deduction for the following two years. : Pensacola Bahiagrass ,
you can deduct nine cents a So, I if you paid $10,000 for your car in 8 -4,87'sheet! !\\11 t 4. :x8.l;- .15. .
mile and include the cost in your 1983, you're entitled to a $2,500 deduction 9 foot 5.49 sheet !f:: 24' y - ; ::1'i4nx1tt! 4 1.45 '
medical or charitable contribution on your.1983 return. But the rules .' Winter t Bye StttWlift"'f..is .,. r-t,''J'

deduction(Remember, your if medical you itemize.expenses for claiming complicated an ITC, so you and may depreciatingare want to 10, .toot f 6.05'sheet: t (. available ,.. -7' 50r ,.,., .. lt":. _"" ,!"",. <'-"- 7'1,. .. 1.1.1- :' WI J.!l. ,; j/,, S"-M,., '

must surpass five percent of your ad- consult your tax advisor. 11 f foot-6.67: sheet t';' .. : ,. .(:, : '. ,,11. 1 ..1.8':' ,:}.,.tQ i.$\ t 1.:; It

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applications accepted 4.75. sheet. '." ;; !;! .3V9S, trayttf3i..s.. -It? '...}) 1l..2 x"'X. fj:;'' ;?,.',!r'J: : ,, 'I" f

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Requests' now being accepted Digital Watch National Little iolis ,I/r..ti..: .L h6'Arllvvey'+ "Nr//lrtra/ ,. .,<,,.g46'.P'ri..l.a. .1I AW'rt ..... .- ......,..._,.,.,...... "xw -- 't.-. _,y;:;.. n f.lI t aa:',. .&: .awn5001b.Purhla ,
for the 1984 Northern Florida'; Accessories,.' the official)., ; Banner'* 1/'ttlr. Ptfln:.,nit. ..ek.t..H.. W-tiJ: t..t-J : .?.t;:;. &l'.IIW. ....:rt ... ';;,\"\"''; ,
Regional National. Little Miss: Trophy .and tiara.and .the,'right to z2"7f.'. <1.' 'Ii.!,laC,, ,
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Pageant which will be held on Saturday compete in the 1984 Florida National. 1 "" ... :!
May 19, 1984 at the Ramada Inn, Little Miss Pageant. I. Sup- -BIAM'k. I\1. .I481m"5G"'u"t :.,,.x4..x11., ..''S.,II. ,:.f.r ,. "
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1-75 at U.S. 27,' 3810 N.W. Blitchton. Tinkerbell GoodgroomingitiJJ' -. ,f. 'J'., \ ..,.I.' ,..1." ...1 f. ....... '41) ,.,... 1.4"h x :,112, ,-!,1,. '"
Road (dcala Florida. award a complete line of accessories. : ,. \ : ...: ) ; .r.w.\j1 ,
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to the to the Winner gifts for the four. ,. 7.2 : '
This is an official preliminary .
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Florida National Little Miss Pageant;, Runner-ups Certificates to,all ,Contestants ,Code > US; ,your. ..'...J .. ltpl t. r .. i
which will be held in ;June 1984/ in and a special award to'the", ... ( .; ,, :
Lehigh, Florida. Contestant voted on.as the Most Well- ... .1 ,y' :" ; i tt"jl"1 t. it '' \:.< "
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Contestants must be between the, The,winner of the State Title will i We also.carry :; ;:' -:- .. s i ), r. '. ..::\-fi't.i' .. .
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ages Poise, Personality and Appearance. the! Second' Annual' National 'Little .fertUizers'Aeld'' &, .' SeMyr,. Barn.. ..,.. li ware. CMiJH..r-W. jjnef, "" .._ I' '. '
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months took place*last in as man ,. jweger saw 'following the Tuesday February 7 received a stay lon'gest. Robert Austin: Recreation
Thursday \r ) Sullivan, for Death Row inmates
Al' oh executed -
Florida State ? ? freated by the onslaught of last Fii lay from Circuit Judge\ Kline last death watch the same day as the suit
Prison, The November had was restricted
news reporters, attorneys, pro-and in Miami. ;90 been on following the siabbing- was resolved for extended recreation
was orderly, Death
very low key Row'ten years and few murder of FSP officer Jim
a days. Burke in
t anti-death'-forces: and members White 'and Sullivan not able
of privileges was
excitment, accordl was sent to Death Row after: October
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dent Richard o eXec1ll,r Spenkelink'sT'! family. "It was a he and three accomplices'shot six Sullivan who foot'tall 1989.( Sullivan said that inactivity : to take advantage, of the new ruling.
DuggerF. 'l somber was six and had caused him to be obese
'''t i' experience, said Dugger. people to death in Carol City in 1977 Jn weighed 303 pounds when he asked Superintendent
a said Sullivan officials
Dugger
"We were' Many feel there
There will\ be
is no rlisq .busy as usual but a drug-related contract murder. civil
comp lawsuit be filed In 1981 for extended enjoyed the canteen food. A of
everything' case many executions this I>I.t.U is
most proceeded Neither White year !
stressful orderly
week of my life"in 1979 very or Anthony Antone' exercise privileges of Death cola and food was found In his
cell. .
when John with the latest executions,"said Dug were the actual Row difficult predict: Gov. Bob Graham
Spenkelink)',went to the triggerman. inmates Sullivan said In hear The canteen is
brought to Death Row has. 70 death
get signed warrants since
electric :
chair '' Antone
said ? : who was executed last ings he had
Dugger. not
The ex always .been that inmates once Or twice: a week and taking office but the selection is
ecution Itself was almost antlclimatic Buford James White Thursday, was 66, the,oldest Inmate, ;'' heavy In,1970 he was muscular and they ,''
may purchase food with
to
scheduled unknown
( a/l/ to who oeliow+ more
and left prison.offlclal with a sense of : die!! in Florida's I electric chair, next on Florida's Death Row. However he %,, tanned, a contrast to the heavy, pale couponsIronically,- >;?' ? ;: "'' .< be tar/or, many
inmates
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who
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In Gainesville ? Butler pled guilty to charge''of car-, I, More-Time.; ; ., Union 'Traffic. Millard S. Snowden pled guilty to a charge 'of driving while license ,is
Robbery"A tying a concealed weapon and was': ',iFpr-Rss ult'oP'; gfficel';,1 Court Dispositions charge of willful and wanton reckless suspended or revoked. He was fined
: local 16-year-old girt asps shot in finedj $50 plus court'''costs- total of A JEiradfoi'dVCounty-' '' \ driving. lie was fined $7$ plus court $100. plus court costs,' a total of$124.
the arm and her $71.50.. 'found- Jan.171884, cysts. Marshall F.
employ "was shot Croy pled guilty' to a
and killed last Friday night 1 kiy alone ,>'V',? Millard Snowden of Lake Butler'pl.-. Jaw prison enforcement inmate.guilty\ January 25 of !at John Medford Messer pied nolo contenders Warren Sean Hall pled guilty to a charge unlawful speed'drivlng 84
robber who offlce.alter;,one\ day to charge of unlawful charge of violation x>f restriction by .in a 53
entered the'rear"ol the. ed guilty to a charge of possession of of In ,. speed, nnph zone He was>fined $75.
Burger '! testimony circuit court Y traveling 80 in 55 having no.licensed: driver above 18
House in Gainesville 1. bn alcoholic beverage. He was fined a mph zone. He was plus court costs, a total of 97rV5
Dole McCraney, of J] awt e y' ..was :$50 in court costs and sentenced to 30 Florida Sfu'te' Prison inmate Scottie:. fined $50 plus court costs. years'of age accompanying him. He Mark Twain demons pled guilty to
treated and released from'Alachua .:/days of Supervised probation during Dale Fagan, 26,. received an:additional Laura Hynd,Tpler pled guilty to a' was fined$15 plus court costs. a charge of unlawful speed.driving 83
General Hospital. McCraney,f had.. .which) time he must'complete 10 hours sentence of 3'/6/ years from Cir+: charge of driving on the wrong side of Ricky Wayne Todd presented an affidavit in a 55 mph zone. He was lined $75,
been working at the' restaurant of. community service cult Judge Elite S. Sanders! L- the road.The case was dismissed of defense pleading guilty to a plus court costs

,several days, according to the police Glenn Griffis of Raiford pled guilty Laura, Hynd Toler pled nolo conten- ....... _
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report. to.'a charge of criminal mischief and Fagan was accused of beating correctional .charge driving while
Gary Lee Santerfeit, 33, owner' of was sentenced to 30)days court super- officer Thomas Wilcher .license is suspended or revoked. She
Deana's Burger -House' on ''Walct vised probation. He will be required after the officer broke up- a fight was fined $75/ plus court costs, to be (
Road, died roughly an'hour after he 'to make restitution for a damaged gas ,which involved Fagan in the prison 'suspended-. completion of DWI M
was shot during the 8:30: p.m. robbery pump and must pay$25 in court costs. bakery. The testimony Indicated that school and presentation of certificate:
attempt.He,was shotjn abdomen..',..V' V- Fagan knocked the officer down and.i. ."..to. the court. '
and chest; then hit him several times in the face Laura Hynd Toler pled guilty to a. ,
A 39-year-old' man was arrested Two Men Arrested wile he was on the floor. charge of driving while Intoxicated. .
Saturday and charged"with the-- For Taking Radio Fagan Vas sent to 'prison in 1982'from 'She' was fined $250, her license was' The word pencil originally! referred to .a palntar'i bruih.
1 When the modern pencil came' into use in the lats 17th
murder of Santerfelt.j.,Arrested'wad'Theotis 'r Miramar a lS-yearsentence,' suspended for six months she is required
Fitts of Gainesville .. ,';"l ;rW' Starke men were arrested attempted. second-degree_murder..: to complete 50 hours of community century, it was known si a "d pencil.! "
January 26 after they took a radio service work under the direo> F
from a third individual, according to lion of the Alachua County Parole and
.Sgt..Wayne Wilkinson. {Probation Office,and she must attend Ruth9s
Union County .. .Gregory Steven Gibson and,, Joe Clay County Man \ DWI school. Beauty Salon
Court Dispositions' Davidson were arrested and charged '"' pavid Blount pled nolo contendere
with robbery'and attempted escape Arrested for DI to a charge of following too closely; Keystone Heights 473-4826
January after they were apprehended at SR-16 Jeffery George Kellogg 25, of Clay He was found guilty and fined$25 plus
Judge David Reiman,withheld adjudication and the railroad tracks. They County was arrested January 25 and court costs. Introduces...
on Joann Hall who pled alledgedly took ,,a radio from charged with disorderly Intoxication: David Blount pled guilty to a charge '
guilty to a charge'of battery. She was ,Juhnathan Reid,.striking him In the according. to !Patrolman. Dwight 4. j. ,.of driving while license is suspended Margie i'ardy '
sentenced to be g< 1 ,
placed on probation process. Groves. .01 revoked. He was fined $75 plus 'S
for period of one year and"must .'' ;Bond for the charges was set at ro....-.. Kellogg was released 'after he., ,. .court costs. i: She. will be giving r C ea\: '
enroll, at the'"Bradford-Union 'bery $10,000'and attempted escape-' posted a $50 cash bond. :Daniel B. Rhoadas pled guilty:to a ; .,
Guidance'.Cllnic- for-'evaluation"and '$5ooo;;' for; ,Gibson'and attempted charge of driving while license is. oj I 11' JLf'U
possible counseling. /escape$10OOO.and accessory after the suspended or revoked. He was fined.; .j ..p
'' '/act$10,00(1 for Davidson. Both men $50 plus court costs, a total of$71.50. !j "
Joey M. Giddens of Glen St:.Mary. .remain)in the custody, of the Bradford Two Starke Arrests Stephen Gregory Bunn, pled.noltf .: PERMS ;: 95
pled guilty to possession of doe deer 'County'Jail. ;For Grand,Theft contendre to a charge( violation of1' 19
"t. during open season for bucks. He was'' I v 'the, right-of-way. He was fined $23 Includes Haircut& Sat ." .,. ., .
$229.fined $200, plus court;coatsa, total" of Starke'Man? Arrested the Two theft Starke of four men.trailer were ,arrested axles from for, plus, court costs. Shampoo.&rSet *4"' 'Long. Hair '6" .Haircuts,'3"

Inguar!' D. 'Blom--of.Raiford pled- /'"F r..Crimlnal Mischief Skyline Mobile Homes in Starke. Y cjiarge Willie of Barney driving Bates while pled,guilty license to is a' Loving Care,'including Shampoo & ,Set. .-. ,<. .." '8.00'
guilty to taking a,doe deer,and was Charles Kenneth Ash McNeal and John Ar .suspended revoked. fined : Call .
fined $100 : W. Morley 13, of Starke thur Bryan,' both 20, were arrested or He was Now for Appointment ; 473.4826
plus court'costs, a total of $75 plus court costs.
$124. 'was arrested January 30 and charged; January 28 and charged with grand Ad Goad Till March. I. IBM
with criminal mischief, according to theft, according to Investigators Don
Ronald Joseph Birt of Hampton pled Patrolman David Crum. Denton. and David Aderholt. tsl r_ mnn____n_ ___ ___ n ___ -
guilty to a charge of disorderly i In ,Bond for the charge was set at$200, Bond for the 'charge was ','set at
toxication and fined $25 plus' court Morley remains in the custody of. the 1000. Bryan and McNeal\wer.'' I 0 The Quantity
costs-a total of J45.25', Bradford: County Jail. released,on their own(recognizance/..} USDA- Choice I. Rights

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I lectors at Lake City during the Battle periods in American history, as well USED CABBONANZlr
, I I of Olustee Festival in February. Exhibits as meeting individuals very
" will include the largest collection knowledgeable in those specialties. '
of Olustee battle-related artifacts 'Most of these collectors/: are willing to .., 1 :
I ,. Seminole War period arms evaluate.arms and artifacts broughtin i, ,
I I and relics'a collection of American by the owners at no cost, and many
West Colts and Winchesters WWI and ot'the collectors will have items for
I WWII firearms and assorted historic sale and trade also 1 '

uniforms, photography,artillery projectiles, and personal,paperwork This exhibit) will be held at the F } SAL'E'; '.$.iyK\ ,.II.,.. 1iii" /
items. American Legion Hall, two miles'south F ttt ra, aM '" -
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This exhibition is an excellent opportunity from 6 to 10 p.m. and Saturday, Feb.
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