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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 9, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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:.. A, 50-rnember delegation. representing that such ft code enforcement law has
r a downtown redevelopment been discussed most of the'12 years
: 1 group'added impetus Tuesday night, he's been on the council .', ". -_; ,
Feb. 7,:to the drawn-out effort for a ,Biggs pointed out his committee did ":"

Starke building. code enforcement meet with attorney Brown, and went
'rin )law over the proposed ordinance word-by
A' workshop on the. proposed ordinance word, '
Biggs proposed a workshop by ,.:;-
I is set at 7 p.m.Monday night, the entire council, again citing harsh '" '
it I R Feb '13' in city ha I. Urging the council penalties.
ryrwyl 1, to adopt.a law empowering the cityto Commissioner 'Travis Woods
require repair ,or' demolition of 'agreed the council' should study the :::
Y delapidated and partially destroyed proposal In a workshop; laying T .
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r .r A.r 1. buildings, the group was successful in groundwork for Commissioner
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1 ,, ., moving ordinance out of committee ''Schaefer'", motion to move the pro .
'. for.more discussion 1 by the entire posal out of committee. .:.
i'' ; 51,1 eS council.. T E.L Matthews pointed .out ,he'd .;:
City commissioner Bobby Biggs hate to see the ordinance
1',. ;jh5 chairman of a committee to study the "emasculated." Commissioner Silcox
proposed code enforcement ordinance replied "... a little something better ::.,
recommended Tuesday ** .5 5
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night against adoption of the proposalas Miller said the'group was not ask

currently written,citing enforce- 'ing to have the' present ordinance :;
ment measures he' considers too passed Tuesday night; but' urged the 0:'
harsh. Declining to !act on ,the or'dinance ;; council to make a.decision on. .where its

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CharlesSchaefer's -
-, voted 5-0: for Commissioner With the current ordinance, as writ- ;
'motion to bring the proposal ten; the zoning director "...could tear
These :BUS Students
,Have. Perfect Report Cards.. .: out of committee when Mayor down ,half,,the town" Commissioner-

Taking home report cards with all-A's this past week were Back row; Stephanie Redding. ;CAVrerttenee" Wlmberly, Marie of interest, parts of the'city that should. be torn
First row? Stacey Shuford. Anna Ward Tony Hill Wendy Hsieh.. and 'innocent, Angela Montgomery ,$ ", Redevelopment proponents'want'a .clown, Miller replied:
Sherri llarrell. Not present for the photo were: Catherine Reach'Levah Jenkins Laura., code enforcement ordinance, Rev: Ray Williams, of the Calvary .

Second row: Alvin Marne Lisa Blackshear.-; Tammy Thomaaon, Lisa McRae. ;<(,h", although not necessarily the current 'Madlson"Streets Baptist Cflurch'at Cherry'there and

1. :::1 version,saying it will help in their ef- ; pointed out is
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fort federal to fix
tMKtpte2O to secure a grant up

I. Students Earn Bradford historical buildings in downtown. now church.," said"Something Williams.needs to be done "...;.
: Straight-A's :at High : Starke. "
"We have a deep-concern for1 improving Biggs said he appreciated' the hurry, ::
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Twenty Bradford High School i Laura McRae, daughter of'' Mr. American History and GOvernment. Physical Education/Life Manage.meet -* ,' chairman of the Downtown Progress '' that the proposal be studied, ,_
students earned straight-A's for the and Mrs. Clyde K. McRae of Starke Chemistry I and Law Studies; .Skills, Algebra and ,Modern. .Committee. "We recommend you 'and understood before action is taken.:
third six-weeks grading period which. enrolled In Standard English 12. .. Scientific Methods. V '.; .* this ordinance as soon as possi 'Ralph James; a''resident'pf;' KOA ...
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. ended Jan. 24. Family Living, and Sewing. Sophomores:' ; ffli .' ? It..Aragela ble. It is -our opinion that the or. campground at the meeting on H utili-1 ;"
It meant that 1.95 percent of the Montgomery daughter ofMr dinance is written in a that can ty billing discrepancy said "Obvious;: __
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I some 1,025 students took home perfect Catherine Roach, daughter of Mr. Alvin James', Jr., son of Mr. and $ and Mrs, Izell Montgomery of be, administered to the best advantage ly..." it will take until the next elec.
report<< cards last week. Another..183or and Mrs..*Kenneth Roach of Starke MrsHarold Hankerson of Starke; 4 tarke" ,..enrolled in Standrardain'GOvernmenL.BawJyand of all the citizens of Stark*. tion. .
I,:' ::3 students; U.! fiercent'of the *Wff enrolled In Math Analysis Advanced l \"'+'enrolled in Standard English 10,BdtUernentll. ." ; l .. : 'M Xb e' M will take 'a different
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.f' Renee'Wlmberly,daughter of Mr. home: into Silence, saying., "Calm
? Stalght-A students are: and Mrs. Richard Chandler of Starke, Freshmen: ,? *Lisa Rix,daughter Mr;and Mrs. "We have buildings that arenot only .down-Hold it." '
enrolled in World History Standard 'J, 'Alvin Rix of Starke, enrolled in an eyesore" but that) are fire and Builder Jerry Ely recommendedthe' ,
Seniors: .. American, History and Job Entry Tasher Allen Jr., son of Mr. and J. Physical Education/Life Management safety hazards and havens for cOuncil look at more simplified
; (288). 4- Mrs. Walter Allen of Lawtey, enrolledin Skills. Algebra I and. .Modem rodents;Miller pointed out. version-of the code enforcement 'ordinance -
Lisa Blackshear; daughter of Mrs. Algebra I-A. Basic English 9 and 7..i..-Scientific. Methods., Still citing the strong enforcement "We're not 'Looking to bangon
Earlene Hagan of Starke. enrolled in Juniors: Physical Education 1 Life Manage in the current proposal, somebody's door;walk. In, and. take
<, DCT If I Leadership Development' IV, Malda Delestre daughter'of Mr. ment Skills. !!; *Tammy Thomason, daughter of Biggs procedures said another ordinance could be over/',Ely said, o .
DCT and Job Entry. and Mrs. Rafael Delestre of Starke Mr.* and Mrs. R.F. Thomason of drawn with less severe penalties that Mayor Crosby pointed 'out that

enrolled in Standard American Lisa Blalock, daughter of Wayne r*..Brooker, enrolled in General Science would still do the job. Mayor: Crosby, some citizens want a strong1or
( 'Robert Carver; son of Mr. and Standard American Government and dinance and some down't want any
History Basic Functional Math Life Wilkerson Starke and Mrs. Sheila long a proponent of a building code
'riled viMrs. Warren Carver of Starke Education enroll- Science and Leadership Develop- Wilkinson Lawtey;enrolled in Stan- 4 Physical Education/Life Manage- enforcement procedure. said the pro- 'ordinance. "We're going to have to,
in Advanced Physical 'have
Skills. something-that will get three
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ment III.Marie. dard American Government General posed ordinance can be amended. .
Math and Law Studies. Votes of the'
Applied commission
Math and Standard English 9. ..AnnlMarieWarddaUghterofMrand torney Terry Brown'said the council ;, Crosby, w-
Innocent daughter of Mr. 41 could pass this version,advertise it as said.
/ Tony Hill, grandson of Mrs.Bertha .\ Mrs. Fred Ward""of' Lawtey, The proposed ordinance would empower r
and Mrs. Antoine Innocent of Raiford Sherri Harrell, daughter of Mr: is, then amend it on the' second "
Johnson: of Lawtey, enrolled in Ad- enrolled in Standard American the city to make owners of any
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enrolled in Advanced American and Mrs. William Harrell Brooker reading. i. '
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:|vvanced- ; Physical Education; Applied Literature & English 11, Chemistry. I enrolled in Modern Sdenific Methods Government Band and Standard 9. The council did not pass any code structures, including homes ton-
Math and Law Studies. sidered Unsafe
and Spanish III.Stephanie Standard English 9, and PhysicalEducationWe ) enforcement Tuesday night however, \ either'repair or
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"k'v The 163 students. including 41"See 'demolish their buildings wIthin' a "if<
; Management Skills. "I dont: ,think the people of the City. ,
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..iLevah.' Mrs. Wilbert Jenkins Jenkins son of of Mr.Lawtey and Redding, daughter;: of "'%? .} of Starke are ready to delve into what .'contains.specified timej The definitions 13-page: of proposal ,
Mr., and Mrs. Lonnie Redding, Jr.. of Wendy Hsieh,daughter of Mr.and i ( SpaCC..PJA: we have here, said veteran Commissioner eight unsafe "
enrolled in Education Art '
"., III, and SLD Physical Math. ,r, Starke-; enrolled in Advanced Mrs.;1 John Hsieh of Starke, enrolled. instate I; ,zt!:..'." Vernon ,Silcox; 'pointing out ,:;
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; With the Space- Allocation ford.e Court System on Second Floor of the Courthouse, ."


'- n .Is anybody getting their way In the county judge, couldn't ,prevent the attorney and public'defender in' .* Harold Martin of the probation of"t'fice including a room used exclusively.by Judicial! Circuit ; be appointed to hear
six-year dispute over allocation of. usurping of the grand jury room. the courthouse will be more efficient v: said his group is not anxious to the grand jury ,the case', ." .
space on the second floor of the courthouse Yet. the lengthy dispute will ap- to the legal process. '.leave the courthouse ,would\rather"', Then Chief Judge Yawn blocked the, Judge,'.Yawn ;responded .Aug.:. 31, : ;
occupied by the court system parently The public defender must move into the Parole and Probation Commission's citing a psychological need for pointing out the'probation staff, July.l0, 1978. Judge Yawn wanted to' 'Insisting,, that space allocations ;.
the courthouse, but doesn't want to. lease expires. separation of the public defender's of v, has been in the courthouse since 1957, preserve the grand jury room, citinga ,for,the. :use of the court .remain-.the .'.;
-''". The probation staff is in the 'courthouse The commission decided Monday, fice from the physical processes of pledged continued cooperation. necessity for. complete privacy.ofthe 'same as before the commissioners' .},
now, wants to stay, but must Feb. 6,to move the probation staff out the court, told commissioners his .I;: Martin ,offered to pay more-rent' grand jury and in fact the'grand :decision to move the state attorney's,, \
.'move out. of the courthouse and ask the public staff would prefer to remain in space -' than the $490 per month. He said being jury room afforded that. Members of .office / '. ; '

. The county commission can't ar .defender's office to use that space in rented outside the ,courthouse on in the j courthouse assists the the grand jury had room to stay confined. 'Attorney Hardy appealed the cone .
" bitrarily reallocate space occupied by the southeast corner of the second Madison Street. He said the $500 rent 'operation of his office by its proximity. .including rest.. rooms. *in''the ty's case to the first District Court of .
the court system even in its own floor. Each county is required by law on that space could be offset by rent' "I to the records in the offices of' the grand jury room.Opponents Appeal] which ruled that an evidential ;
courthouse. Plus the county had to to provide space for the state attorneyand collected from the probation office county clerk and sheriff. cited the eldom-use' of bearing be held that Yawn ask,the
. pay $3,900: to the Tallahassee attorney public defender but not for the Parker said clients would rather, the grand jury room., : chief Justice of r the, state'Supreme :,
appointed by former Bradford County probation commission. meet his Staff further away from the' Began In 197g.y In an 11-page July 28,1978 responSe Court to appoint a judge from outside ';:y:.
Judge Theron Yawn. The commission is abiding by an courthouse, but that he would net' "''| The decision 'to move the: 'two to the temporary injunction. County, the 8th circuit to heat the casej _."'
The legal system cannot completely agreement made with current 8th resist the decision of the commission ., 'groups stems from a controversy that Attorney Dudley Hardy pointed out Yawn then :appealed to the'state i
I control the space either, and must Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Ben to place his 9-membe staff inside the j &ecan in 1978 between then-Chfef the reasons the commission bad for 'Supreme. Court' which,agreed with ','?: .
: take consideration the cost of how jamin Tench to put the public courthouse. Parker said'hehas: no\\*sf Judge Theron. A.. Yawn Jt'..;and the.: changing the space arrangement.The'' the, district appeals court: ; and issued .'
.much space is available, ,ad.the defender's office in the courthouse. plans to take legal action, apparentJylt S county commission \ growing staff of the state attorney's'office all order for the two parties;the chief :ik .
..Judge Tench said he referring to Yawn's ', The commissionersdecided ..totcmove was a primary reason' : ,. '
wishes of the county commission. Monday Judge Injunction i ,judge o Judge Yawn who designed the se' agreed to, the,.plan outlined by the in 19'18.11.pledged complete.cooperation .,i the state attorney's office to the, Hardy asked that a hearing be heldand A't' 1 ; ::" ', .
cond floor legal complex when he was commission, and having Staffs of the from his officer -;::fjK:1 northwest corner of the courthouse: .that'",a'judge outside, t.be.,8th, \i.9eerCt"oQP, .: .
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t,' The 43 bridges and larger culverts"In but that the bridge does not meet current ed, but the county has already repfci p' Its safety to life. Second'purpese is for: :!ministration to make repairs recwch* ,,; orn Jri'; :
:I Bradford County are safe to drive design standards. The remendy, ed them with concrete bridges..It.....&.I preventive maintenance to'prolong' mended, that is left to tile cowHy,said; 'iolbe :.. t ;;"
I over, according to a J43.000 federally is to repair, plan to repair or plan to explained the list of 4 bridges to N.f the life of the bridges,maid Money Roberts..But.'the DOT engineer add didc*):fcr ftwttn* 1 :' /
,, : funded Inspection by the Jacksonville; replace, said DOT Dial 2 structural' replaced was compiled prior to the Inspection '. of the program mandated *ftd paid, ed, it is only reasonable to expect tbati>f plained; A econd'criterion ,1s M
.engineering firm of Reynolds, Smith' engineer Ken Roberts The inspection 'program. which was. begun, for by the federal government.' at some future! time. the federal;, rdtatanct: around if the!bridge. has. to be.
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S Culverts iri fie l 'county.oC t'20 feet or ,necessarily .be repaired, Roberts- The study was carried out over'the pect 453 bridge*.AM! culver: la they ,gram is effective and that repairs. are,l< .wt .. {:.
.' more from center to,center of the said," but that it should be watched 'past six months by HSJtH. The MnteX,', :15-county DOT' ttitricl ;X sold ;being carried out. Y. tlae daepaetio ciust '
cylinders are "reasonably,' good and noted for future inspections so It Department 'of Transportation', I Roberts Said eecamty: r can *nety. 11sbo par rldge. 1lduerra laid tine ';, '' :,
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'. ed, said J.s., i *er ,Bill wonM' n<< : i the bridge 4ladnt.aiW :. or under..... ... j .bridge* to 11)OIQ.a) ..,.. .. ". --.01-. ,. .. ,...1-1". ", ". ,,,IIi'
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/ "' >--- Driving Rangfe in Blandinsf Still Probed

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I looks more than likely that theproposed he is prepared to make a motion Mon- agree with Casey's thinking about a f I
practice semi-truck driving day night to locate the range on the new school sight, if money can be ;
will go on the school FFA farm, with FFA farm but will listen to every found. ,1
drawbacks seen to nine alternatives avenue first. There is not sense in Some 40 acres facing Brownlee Ii i
which have apparently fallen buying property when the school Road has been offered to the school :
through.A board already owns 162 acres of board for $3,000 per acre with adjacent i:
.' decision to choose a site for a new which about 20 is being utilized. The property also available for less :
$250,000 semi-truck driving practice driving range takes 13 acres, and per acre but at no set price. :;
for the Bradford-Union Vo- won't hurt the FFA farm, says
Tech Center Is set Monday night,Jan. Lawson.' Other alternatives considered by' !!;
30,'at 7 p.m. The school board member, the school board are: ::1:1A
The decision was postponed however, expresses regret about 220-acre tract In northwest
because school board member pushing the range over opposing Starker, available for$2,200 per acre. ;:
Rodney Hall was absent Jan. 18 residents, but says his decision can't 100-acres just Inside the Hampton i::
because he was on a business trip. be political. town limits for$1.000 per acre.
Board member J.R. (Jim) Lawsonhas Supt. Tom Casey says the decisionis The Keystone Airport, a move that R
been working to make a site at the the school board's but recommendsthe would have to be approved by the r
s0, c y, fairgrounds but a decision by the. school farm because: it is land the owner the town of Keystone Heights.
John Diggs family not to sell some school board already owns. -Camp Blanding. Supt. Casey op .
five acres of land along the railroad At the same time Supt Casey leans poses this, saying the range was :
ditch has apparently killed that pro- toward buying land on Brownlee located in Blanding for four years and :
st r. spect.Board. Road, across the road from the vo- the arrangement became unworkable :,
members have said they'll tech center from Ronnie Newman for leading to the move to the :'
vote to put the driving range on the possible future school site even if a Lake Butler fairgrounds where the )
FFA farm before losing the $250,000 driving range is not located on it. truck driving training Is being done at f
state grant. Lawson said Wednesday School board members seemed to present. a

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two catstwo goldfish and two cars can get' ,

I two discounts. on Prudential Auto Insurance. "

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You don't really need two of everything to take advantage of I
Paving country roads comes slow in Bradford County. Commissioners '
our Double Discount auto insurance. Prudential will
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Paving ower.lade! Carter Jr..
extreme left, and Homer !Hart, extreme right, go over an
aerial photo with surveyor Pat Welch left and Road Superintendent J.It. you one discount just,for owning two or more cars. And a

Crawford an the board travelled the road Monday afternoon. ,.,> Q second discount if you take certain coverages.So I

.", let a Prudential agent review your coverage

,;. and' show you how to save money if you have c

two or more cars. Which is especially important

County. Paving; Plans ProceedA : '?L..W L.. Q" if you have two of everything else

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new survey and right-of-way procurement sion hopes to pave at least one road within a block or two of a paved road, leJl; pmdenfialRON
agent have been arrangedas per year. and other residents in the county ha ve ;
county commissioners are movingto to travel several miles to get to a pay r
pave the Laura Church Road (NE Other four roads on .the paving ed road. The board bases its priority t .
20th Ave.) and the Burt Ellington priority list are,.in order of priority: on fixing the worst conditions the
Road (NE 10th St.). roads that cost the most to maintain, i DENMARK
After discussion with surveyor Pat .Extension of Bessent Road to meet said Carter. '" ....1
Welch commissioners decided Mon- Flume Road about 3/4 miles. Carter took exception to Spooner's INSURANCE9647O71

day, Feb. 6:to use existing road beds, statement in a letter-to-the-editor in
except for straightening curves .Eunice Loop Road, north of the Feb. 2 issue of The Telegraph that
where possible. To do so will require Lawtey. black residential areas are being i
altering the survey done years ago by neglected by the county. Carter
the Department of Transportation. Forsyth Road, which Y's off pointed out that two of the last three
Commissioners toured the two SR-100 just south of Starke. roads paved the Pleasant Grove '
Church Road and the Gr, 2117 NTempleU.S.. 301 N.
roads NE of Starke with ,surveyor Speedville \
Welch, who said the length totals 2.44 Lake View Drive in the Seminole Road have been in predominately I t '' ,.
miles. The DOT survey had the proposed Ridge Subdivision off SR-21 and on black residential areas. M1 t
Santa Fe Lake almost to Melrose.
paved. road .leaving. the Ell-
mgton Jttoaa tor a siraignt snot norm -
to Laura Church Road. But that way Lincoln City Paving...
Is the ough a swamp. It was decided it The commission also heard a request -
would be less expensive to use the existing from Carolyn Spooner to give ,
road bed than to make a new attention to roads which need paving I
road bed through the Swamp. in the Lincoln City area just south of
Welch said using the existing road Starke on the east side of US-301. ,
bed would make I.the road a little The county has applied for a federal
longer. < grant for drainage and paving in the
Commissioners also decided to Lincoln City area. But Ms. Spooner
rc" pave some 1,000 feet of LaUra Church" 'asked the board to consider some payrtng .
Road past the Ellington Road In* +. in the area if the/'grant does,not ,
tersection to get to the LaiteaJtaptiet ..comev through andaskeq: what{the fitTJI 1'
Church and to the trailer park at NE criteria are for getting'a road on the we Finance .ti I + 1llp' V. .,,I n... /.n;uhNuti<* ftr4't
11th Street. paving priority list.
"We've planned it ,so the yellow Road Chairman Mosley said the _
stripe will De,put down the road the board is aware of the problem but
day of the election," joked Commis- cannot promise when the county can
sioner Lawrence Mosleyk the .new afford to take action.The board is not
Road Dept. chairman. ready to give a committment in case "
"For a man that,was not going to the grant doesn't materialize, said ,
run, he's getting Up a good head of Commissioner Carter.Commissioner .;;
steam" noted Commissioner Maxie E,W. Hodges
Carter. pointed out Lincoln City residents are.
Laura Church Road tops the coun-
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rested for years with no funds
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told the commission,;county coffers
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state road tax,.derived from the 6th ., .
and 7th cents and,20 percent of the 8th 1. .:"
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the county is realizing about $21,000 $
per month from its 4-cents per gallon ',. q
local gasoline tax, although only two
months have been collected so far.
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Jumps $ Million surance this'Cash back Values',?when must of my I pay In c +-)I LAZ-I BOY'". V.f'',"I. ,

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As business closed for 1983 last Friday the amount of money that. ;>t(''jI, I 1'' h ,,' ..:.
totals for new commercial can be obtained for the :; Sit lounge or gently rock away '
!building reached $46, million com- ,, f your cares' in the lap'of'luxury. "
.'. pared to a total of$1.3 million in 1982. policy after It is one to three "' ,1r'.;J. Choose from four ,easy-orvthe- ,
t! ;zx' r styles verY specially priced tQ ., ;
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; :: : beside it, a new Norman's Market terest. It must be repaid if '-, TufodplllwlMclr" $ "' 'I "C'I'I'',.
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" Outside area: $" per year HIMEOWMER8 ,434 W I 'Call Street,. -;:Starke: -) 964-5826'. or '964-5827'
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n buildings' defining tho term Very to enter any building at nil/ reasonable\
loosely, giving( city uulhurilic much limes to make an innpociion or t f' en-! /
leeway forte any provision of the prftptuMid
broad authority is given the zoning ordinance, unit to calla meeting of an
lir.flor, who woulbe given the appointed<< board to have a structure
responsibility of declaring: a building dc'durwl unsafe! or u hazard.
unsafe. The wnin director or his Attorney'' Bfown, who drew up the1 q
representative, would be empowered proposal admits it has, teeth nit.

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the problem out as gentlemen.By $3,:>00 legal fee to Specter. +I ,
then Judge Yawn was no longer It seemed the least expensrve way t 'r,
chief judge. So then-Commission to end the dispute which might have
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Chairman Maxie Carter Jr., attorney still been In the courts today Clerk; j.1
Hardy,and Clerk Gib Brown met with, Brown said Monday. '
new Chief Judge Benjamin Tench. After the agreement the county zon I II'
Commissioners recalled Monday lag office,, moved to, the Starke! city j' "
they agreed with Judge Tench to hall\ leaving vacant its offices adjacent (, '
move the public defender into the probation to the state attorney's quarters;
office when the probation of- Clerk,Brown said Monday a letter
fice's lease expired The slate atr will\ .soon be drafted to the probation '
r i torney's office would use the space office advising them of the decision to, I
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office. adjoining! grand Jury room days, notice call ior in the lease: ,' ",
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i Adams, Kay Allen, 'Brenda Bawek, Lynn''iloltzendorf'Gregory: Jackson, Shaun Schmidt, Angela Scroggins,,', '"' t Nursery Available 1.1, /: ,fl"
seniors, 37 juniors, '46 sophomores, Jackie Crews Richard Crosby, Tony' John '"Billy'1 Jackson, Robert Jones, Kimberly Smith, Sean Smith, Maxine t,: trerlonal Counseling Available, 964-4868 or473.2713 H "" ,i.'
and 39 freshmen, earning places on Davis, Christine Dickinson,' Karan Lorrie King Karen Martin, Sharon Ann! Starling, Nathan Starling;,, '. ,,:. Erik Von Mleda; Pastor' ';: '.:"'' .wr
the A-B honor roll for the. third six- Elixson, Amy Foster, Maxine Martin, Tonja:; McCloud, Valarie Me- Melissa Sullivan Ruth L. Underwood, ;, Church Building ; i
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weeks are: Fralick, John David Francis, Karen Irving Simon Mitchell Gregory Wiggins,
1 mile west ol Hwy 301 on Hwy 100 (W.,Madison Street) ';',
Kimutis, Catherine Lancaster, Connie Charles Mize Richard 'Steen, Angeli Williams, Hal Wood. '
Seniors James Balkcom, Lucretia Moody, Donna Moody James Thomas Parker, Stacy. Parrish, Rita .Starke, Florida \, ,,;
Bright'.Audrey Brown Gwendolyn |Muse,: Tony King;, Tonia Parks, Teresa "Richardson, George Ricks,' ,.. '
, .C.rewn", Ndi no C't" : ux.' .C:.._..11..M..A. 'MyUnda. Plympton, Sliawn Batch, William- Russell Mnnnv. ShufordPamela 1aI .'u trnYOU'VE ,
I Camels, Lori Clark, Carol Coleman. Alan Rogers;Curtis Sanders, Rhonda i T i r'Meil's Todd, Ancii r ;
Courtney,.Dougherty, Dennis Dunlap,. Sapp; Dawn Scott Sabrina' Snell. Underhill, Michelle Ann Watkins, .II .
Michael Ettmanri;; Cheryl 'Furrow,, John William Stafford, Wendy Thomas Watson, J.amesWi1so : !
Carol Fussell;;Donald Green, Richard Sulllvata, ,Angela :Thomas, Wendy ONLYi ,
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,Lati Ann Johns, Belinda Dawn t'Joj ,,' Msa, Williarrts I',' Catherine, ,Zam"W Chaff;' Robert Cowart. Deena' i# '4' 1 1I
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, Shian Roberts, Pamela Sams Tina Burned. Raymond"Doug'f William Harrell, Roger Hughes, ,: I. .
Patricia Slocum, Michele. Stilwell, Carlton, Robin Carter, Amy Joyce Johnson, Joseph Kroenert : "*, ;,
Alan!Stokes, Vicki Thomas,' Donna Clark, Trade Clark, Allison Den Robert McRae, Phillip "Ricky'' /. "
Thornton, John Tlnsler, Joan mark, Venus Doughman, Raymond Moore, Jackie Nguyen, IClmberlyvA '" I' .
Underhill, Darrell Wagner, Ana, Faircloth,Laura Garcia Joseph Grif- Norman, Tracy Michelle\ Padgett, I ;. '
Wallace,.JUlee Wise. fis, Leroy' Griffis, Melissa Griffis, Cynthia Parado, Debbie Parrish, y, ,J'I'' DdI"S' LEFTTOCHANGE: .J ; !
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disastrous "Christmas Freeze' which brought the about delays in getting official "disaster ana'l' \

coldest weather of the century to the entire U.S. designation from Washington Bradford County ,;,.. r .
berry growers wore on Florida's recommended list
Berry growers are gloomy and uncertain about for the disaster area loans, but ASCS director War-
the future. Morris Carter, Jr., who lost heavily in ren Carver said Wednesday no notification of ap- ,
hot house cabbage plants as well as strawberries, proval has yet come from Washington f
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said. "We need the money to put in spring crops and
Carter said he lost 300,000 cabbage plants, which try to get back some of our loss.'' Norman said the
he estimates he could have sold for over $200,000 if FmHA loans at around 5% interest would be a big,,-' .
they had been ready at the right time. help. "We just can't afford to pay current, rates for '
commercial loans," he said,.''even if we could get R, h ,1 ,,. AM*
County Agent Bobby Taylor said berry fields he the money."
checked this week were showing signs Of slow
recovery, with a little new growth, but plants were Another round in the coldest winter of the century
not"crowning out" like they should.The less hardy hit the South Monday, spinning off snowstorms! that 1m4 (
sequoia plants were hardest hit, Taylor said, show- clogged roads from Alabama to New England and 'kw ,
Ing a killed rate ranging fro five to.25.The hardier leaving at least 31 dead in its wake. Local freezing ,
Douglas plants fared somewhat better, although temperatures of 2a Monday morning and 27 Tues .'
L.M. Norman Jr. said damage to his crop varied day did no material damage to the struggling/ berry 1' : ;-
from field to field, with up to 20% of Douglas lost in crop since there was little new growth and Virtuallyno .- ?t
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Norman estimated his investment in 20 acres of Florida citrus groves, which were decimated by the 4 I Ir :
berries and 100 acres of greens at from $80,000 to prolonged freeze in December. According to the' j
$90,000. "We Just can't tell what the outcome will bebecause \ '
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U. S. coats
Crisis : and hats sue.
Financing 't"'i: :, :;-, worn by the grower and cesvful. a* it was never widely used in Bradford County. '"I

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BTh Both Parties f'I\\ New Plant Discoursed At Club ,
an r, t;, Hospital Rotary ;J

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Is save-your-seat politics -- whether ministration are based on' the rosy; ', '.:f), ,' A"'graphic description of the new $7.2 used to house support services for pa grounds Filling in the site to bring it above
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Congressional or Presidential *- reallyall predictions of a continuing recovery, of ,. million' itrudlord Hospital Inc. plant, now tients. The present building will be the floodplain of Alligator Creek required u:
which there is no If most uiider'coii.slruction. was presented at the renovated and used mainly for support 30,000 cubic,yards of f)1I) dirt. he added.
guarantee. as "
the public can expect this year from 'Starke Notary Club, Feb. I. by C.E. Os- services such as administration, kitchen, Six doctors will' be on the '
economists believe the deficits in and hospital staff
its so-called "leaders" who would place 'teen. Administrator..
housekeeping respiratory' therapy and it will be equipped handle 80 to \
their political hides above bipartisan ef of themselves will cause interest ratesto storage, and pharmacy.The percent of all ailments and illnesses 85
rise again, and inflation to start edg, ,, Using color slides and graphics the tients in its service of pa
forts to save the nation from the brink of area. Osteen said the ;
bankruptcy? ing up, and the national t will soar speaker showed the layout of the futureTshaped second floor of the new building will new hospital had to broaden the base of its
I building which will have its main be served by two elevators and four stair- services in,order
into to sell
the realm of outer space. Intereston the $7.2 million ;
entrance off Colley &Road, and will have
The tendency of the public, as well as projected deficits would range bet- ? patient rooms on its second floor 54regular ways, Osteen to meet"said.federal hospital specifications bond issue necessary to, finance the construction ;:

politicians, is to accept it as a "political ween $75 billion and $100( billion annually ./ and,four, "s1 t'cial care rooms" in the east program' .I. i
reality" that you can't deal with such economists warn. ,wing for heart patient emergencies and The public now demands that ''hospital'facilities Future expansion plans include the 1 I
uncomfortable matters as taxes, cuts in othcrjiilcnsive( care cases. be eye-appealing. the ad- possibility of adding wings to the present ,
The only out of this dilemma of ministrator said, and SO.OUU square feet of facility to accommodate
way to \
defense spending, and entitlement programs The first floor of the new building will be sod will be used in up 120 beds ',
landscaping the '
when needed.
Osteen said.
getting Congress 'and the President to ,
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in an election year. ,It might be :
surprising to see what would happen if a forget'' politics and re-election strategy I 'f t

'candidate with the intestinal fortitude to and attack the .deficit earnestly and d
honestly is for voters to recognize vthe,1! .t by BobbyTayor I i
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face the "reality" of preventing federal County Agent's Bradford County Agent ", ",
bankruptcy would come forward with a dangers and let the politicians ,jofjl;> th,,,,etrJ:! t-iOH; ; ;
plan for action THIS year -- not next. He parties know they,are running a greater J

might even be elected, if the facts were risk by dodging the issue'than by making ,'l,!I' Tlie ABCs of Vegetable Gardening J I
an honest, bipartisan effort to face ," / I'I!
boldly and honestly presented to the j > i i I '> 4.L .. .__' _.. .\ .... ,
people. it. 1,) "i. 'I -i n"pngn u ungm seem IIKC winter is put tall vegetables such; as sweet corn, have different maturity dates,,lie sure you
how be As one of Sunday's panelists! said! ;stM\ih 1 ) us. it's already time to be think pole beans.and stake tomatoes along the plant sweetcorn in' blocks,, rather, than t,
But but Aliiut
can we anything con- ,i'ng
: spring vegetable gardening. So other side. This avoids having the low ,
fused when two of the President's top "We are beyond the point of making i if si''I' '' ybu.should I.D9> planning and taking care of growing vegetables stuck in'the shade of lion single and rows.help Thisfill you produce give more better corn.pollina :

advisers economist Feldstein and Democrat- \issue; eW ATIJMt!.;t 'tt l'siln'jl' !? l ('preliminary work right 'now nr( __l\er\ .plants, Jtwv I ?,the .rows ;I.W>,!i'Hi J gdsouthaiq It" idea 'Idwf.c! '' '' .
work theUttationt; >,|fe<* \ggiIly, chosen a good garden site'a ""lr"gooxi ) like
vbudget expert Stockman; submit their ?; J; any' uiiMin all day, or for as long as evytlSPIipffi, 1 ) tj et pamounyQCSwjrv + rtSfctttr' t' '8' thataklfani4rdhrE""tM/ nt,ene
reports on "the state of the' nation" and Structure of tWe must dead: -"<<"' kljadeyouneedtotakepapeeandpeticil- -- ; :) .1rr.N Jl"f'rO gnFqp h J grod'fng'season. ta'8ntl' tdlinha1iietshlselvt..... ? ....
the President's Secretary of the the world" in 'stabilizing .the''monetary' 1 ." in'ft( Treasury, Donald Regan, abruptly consigns system. :, ; "''scale' diagram ol your garden. single row as long as they require about seasonal cultivation of other plants. Be
'' i the same spacing. You can even mix
their efforts to the "trash can" But in the highly charged atmosphere;! t, !i''-.1'IW/.i roper: garden I design! can spell the different sizes in the same row. For cropsof example so sure to can leave work plenty of room wjth whatever between roWs tools

With such internal discord in the Administration of election year 1984-- members of Congress d Your\ fer jnce 1 between! success and failure!: you could interplant a fast growing you you need to use.easily'

what are<< we to believe? up for re-election, went' the<:if f'esf'- ",;,,r; /, things?\ gardeii'plan the location should of each( Include several crop like radishes, with a slow growing. .
; ft vegetable
dent to take the lead .. you 'crop. The radishes. would be picked before- It's best to design garden so you
Suggesting injend your
The pity is that we have reached this j grow Try to plan your garden so ,the slower maturing needed the
plants
', can rotate crops from year to year. If you
budget cuts. As for the President,* he cropsyiwt; will l>e' planted on'about the
crisis nation during election
in our an, same date und reach space. avoid growing the same'crop, or the same
year which, according to the "political never misses an opportunity fort blaming -" ,the same time; ''arc Close maturity together" By about set- I Don't plant too much of one crop ai a type 9f crop. in the same spot more than
realities," it will be impossible for Con- the -deficit on '"big-spending" tiog.Up different groups. or blocks, within time .- especially those vegetables that once every three years, you may reduce

gress and the President to work in a bipartisan members Congress, ,jf rt bhp ganjt'n. )'ou'li he:able to keep the whole must be eaten shortly after they're the build-up of soil borne diseases which.

way because each is unwilling In the meanwhile, Congr --'which ', ,.garden),In production as much, as possible, harvested. To have fresh produce over .along can reduce yields. '
period plant smaller amounts of the
.to shoulder the blame for raising taxes just returned from a month-long holiday' ,Wlthii each block, arrange crops by same crop ut 10 to 14 day intervals. This is A good design can really: Increase your 't I
and the real will size. Starting from east to west plant lowgrpwingvegetahles chances of producing a successful garden
cutting expenses only recess begin another_12-day a particularly good idea with crops that
solution that has bean able to Lincoln-Washington birthday lo: -- things like radishes, have a short period of peak quality When you've finished drawing your plan;
anyone recess
turnips'and lettuce along one side. 'Plant things,like beans, sweet and, it's, time to start preparing,, the soil for !i
propose for reducing'the deficit. day. The memory of those, tvi illustrious I those of medium, height -- peppers squash, You might also prolong the corn"season for peas a planting:! I'll discuss\ garden soil,preparation ;
Senator Robert Dole has suggested thatas pastpresl.denwou&d\ { be served arid so on in the middle of the blocknd.. (two next week.'Bradford.. ,- ', -
crop by planting .or more, varieties that Iv
far as accomplishments this year, better by Congress staying'oh the"job' It ':,:. ns. \, '
Congress might just as well pass an appropriations and working on ways to avert fPnartcial' I ,, 1 *

bill and go home. Is that disaster from the Vriatibri; .: tht\\ .Rescue N

any way to run a country that is facingthe Washington,, and Lincoln','' helpct: | It :: .'; .Answers 74 Calls :'1

most unbalanced budget in history? preserve. What the countrylieeds >Bw ""n Santa, .. Fe River flooding Bradford 'County Rescue Unit .i
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The distressing fact is that the deficits is the quality of. leadership that liese 7''- ? ) ,responded, ,to 74 .'.Ua durirfi the ,f;

nrnieeted fn i+ the_ "nut. ,vparm", hv., the .Ad- men once provided"1\ jS; tY month of January, according to "';
n -- -- ---- To Reach
r---------- Peak by Feb. 14 ,Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
!_ ,LJi. 55 of the calls required transporting, '
i f 'I* 60 patients. 19 calls did,not require .;'

4\ To Have Your Say Rising water is creeping toward homes along the Santa Fe River which is ex- transportation. 1
pected to rise at least two feet above flood stage by February 14. 31 patients were taken to Bradford
.Hospital, five to North Florida
.( Meanwhile, heavier than usual rainfall In"'North Florida and South Georgia Is Regional, ten to Alachua General,one fi..
Register; to Vote' Now forcing the Suwannee and its tributaries to rise slowly toward flood level. Santa Fe' to the VA five patients were taken to. ,
Lake in southeast Bradford County' is about a foot above its normal.level this week. Shands, two to the Reception and '

'Downstream, the Santa Fe River is expected to'rise out of its banks, covering Medical Center and one was taken to
several roads at Three Rivers Estates in southern Columbia County, and reach 22 Union General Hospital. ".

Saturday, Feb. 11, at 5 p.m: .is the' more unfamiliar names are Richard B. feet above mean sea level by mid-February.. Flood stage at that point is 19 feet. Five runs', were handled by back,the

(Rescue The
back-up unit, 62))
Kay and Stephen A. Koczak. On .the At the 1,3,129 bridge over the Santa F e In south Suwannee
deadline for qualifying to vote in the County,the water f is up unit also assisted Rescue 60 twice .'
Presidential Preference Primary' RepublKiin, ballot, only ,the tame: of' expected' to risse,to around 23 feet two feet above flood stage by February 12 and Rescue 75 once.

March 13. The Elections Office in the President Ronald. Reagan, will appear. The Suwannee is also rising, but is expected to remain two to three feet below .The majority of the calls; 23, were .

courthouse will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 As of February 3,a total( of 6',9O9 Bradford flood, stage. to Eight people calls with some type of illness.with .!'
Flooding were to
patients
p.m. this Saturday for those wanting to Countians, were qualified to vote. is Suwannee expected along the Santa Fe River first, when water cannot flow into respiratory problems, and nine calls
the swollen as rapidly as it should
qualify to vote on March 13.' Due to interest.in the Presidential election area around the SK-18 bridge at Worthington Springs, creating,where a backwater the Santa effect Fe and In the were to cardiac patients. '
in November 'and also the Ubigyear" River meet, New" Four calls were to people in trauma
Registration for other elections to be i and six calls were to automobile accident
; held this will continue ,uninterrupted election of county officials, voter Flood conditions could be speeded up if more rain falls in North Florida or South related trauma:Two calls were: ,
year registration has been brisk since the over weekend. '
Georgia the ,/\(\ ,obatretric patients.! one'patient was
although those registering after first of January The qualified list : ", ;dead on the arrival of Rescue

"; Saturday will not be eligible to vote In should reach a new high before the .' One call was to a patient in an emotional '

3 the Presidential) Primary. November General Election, as interestin crisis and six calls" were
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$ cancelled said '
: ; Chapman.
"i Democrats going to the polls the presidential contest increases. J The number for emergency service'In
on
March' 13 can make a choice from Absentee ballots for, the March 13 orestry 'in Bradford' County i Bradford County)Is 964lfll, '

: ten contenders of them election are now available from the ,
among .eight ,'E"If',, '", .' .. .
: with some name' recognition and two Elections Office and may be voted until ; : by bavidWMortal' '', : / KI.POA Directors ;

who will unfamiliar to most voters. the day before the,election date. ".f t : ',Bradford County Forester .' Ta Meet.Saturday' t|I"; .

i In the first group are Reubin Askew,. With crucial issues facing our nation. What(fti'(Should; *! tandowner'do during the see, now is the time to cleat'\ it up.> ; Directors of the Kingsiey l Cake: Property": '

former Governor of Florida;; Sen. both at home and abroad, every eligible harvest his timber? This is a question Return: to the timber sub area, Owners Association will meet ,Saturday; ,
Mondale that is asked frequently and melnYdecide'not periodically to check fences roads and Feb, it,, in the civic'center. Proposed new,
Walter Sen. John Glenn, Sen. should make his or her voice '
,; person o.do( anything. Doing nothinlfis' not other damages; specified in your contract, playground equipment for the club property
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Alan Cranston'$en, Gary Hart Sen; heard by registering if not already always lire choice. when: your timber isbeing to see if they have been repaired while the will be discussed; at this time.' All

Ernest HollingS \ Congressman deorgeMcGovern ;; registered and voting in all 1984 elections cut: : contractor and his equipment are still present ,..members are, urged! attend., ',
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.' and Jesse' Jackson. .The '. : A few'firm1 but friendly acts on your part ,on 'your property. Be careful to stay

,I, .z :i;! ', Can make. limber sale go smoothly. ,Un' out 'of the 'way" and don't get into '1 :
,the first day when the timber cutters' arguments with the logger

.,v / "" '-' rive on your: property you should physically A''., final'" note,of- :caution: ; A, written con., ',I .
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'arrive' ,on' the; scene also. l.et the tract &
is important; If'you selling'timber ,
'' even are
...:::- .'-. 'I, 'I:. ; foreman kuow'you mean business, but befriendly'Don't to someone you know, It the wrong
in the of fie "
.:' I r '"/ \ 'f, get way culling trees are taken,if have to do ,
you repairs or
")......' ." ", i', operation.and l wave in fifteen minutes;. ,,, ..- \ i
". .: ,,'I/\ J. ,, I ", ',,,,,. if nnr other questionS arise the;, contract -g.rfl ll.t t | ? I || mi ,,. __ \ v'
'' 'Before the sun sets on'day one, return will be that1,final, determination. "seller'*,, Lr T"tp" *.m of skiing i IS' aidv' .. 'j';V'.T'' "
Fi ,Rice it !I. believed was introduced to America in 1647 by1 Sir William'BerkeleY. govw';,';*";I'J ,&i;; and inspect the,logger's progress. If you 'right and who's wrong.) It is up to the I : "' to have begun in Tltlemark," ,
: nor of. Vlrgini. H. directed that a,half bushel of seeds be planted."The yield wa,l., ;',','! *. ,_ are satisfied, return in".the morning and < .to make sUl"ethat.l it a emit tact is uedt Ills Norway,alM.' >ut19'a. i ,'
: '' tell the foreman. :, 'U you<< don't,like. >what you'' enforced to the MtetV '"," .,, / )" ," ,1" : ,"" '
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'Lunch Bunch Community. Holy l Week Serves j and

a special dialogue from the chaplainfrom
'Meeting Fob. 10 ; Union Correctional'Institute.

r x r > Among the items to be discussed is a
Uw'r n' i The senior citizen Lunch Bunch will current lawsuit by the American Civil

meet Friday, Feb. 10 at 12 noon at the Liberties/ Union to prevent prisoners Es
First Presbyterian'' Church for a from working'on projects with chur
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.. Fob. 14 Valentine. 'Laura Paris, i

NC r + M fl!; Bridge-Luncheon '
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t s tti.. p w ww ? Steven Earl

A Valentine bridge-luncheon will be TO Wed ,Feb. 24 .

held Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the Starke Laura Paris'i
Woman's Club starting at 10 a.m.with Mr. and, Mrs Michael H, Paris of Steven Earl ,
luncheon being served at 12 noon. Starke announce the engagement and
t ,. Those unable to attend in the morning approaching marriage of.- their
are Invited to come for lunch and daughter, Rosemary Laura L. Paris, ''
play cards In the afternoon. Bridge to Steven Earl, son of Mrs. Donna
.canasta and) other' favorite caregames Earl and Doug Earl, both of Gridley St. Mark's WomenTo .
will be played. Ca. Meet Fob. 14' '

Rehearsal Tickets at $5 may be obtained from The wedding will be held on Friday. "; V [ ,
Under Way.... Mrs. W.H.:Thomson 964.7806, or' at Feb. 24, at' 7:30: p.m. in the First'.,,n"I The'Wontn of St.;:;:Mark's will meet

the door Presbyterian Church, Starke. Tuesday,,Feb.: 14, at 7:30 in the
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Rehearsal: ire'lii full swing Tor the,a\var"l-ninning mill Saturday MjiiTli11., :t. mid ::1. All friends and relatives are invited 'p.m
l-ernor-I.oPHe. musical "IA.igadtslu". the next prmliic- It kill( lie presented iit'the' Woman' Chili building, on to attend. Parish House. ,
lion of the Bradford Community Players.above :ill. I Ni;VViilmil SI.. ,
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assistant,director |.aurit CoitU KOCH over the A !ptirrial'matinee. will be ghee. on Sunday Ki'l 26 t. Ministerial( ,Association ,1 ,.
mtiKlcal arrangementUtli l pianist Duiiiel .Marliii. with a discount ticket nrfrt for senior\ citi/.eiiH. Meeting .Feb,. 13};
The play is to be prehenteil a,4a, dinner theatre, under? Regular price Mr the tk-heU Is SU: 'anil can b"IIIIII'IUI,. ''the sponsorship of the Woman's ('lnb.IIt. Sturk. on Kri- oil from ;Minii (,Uli"nl .Slump:\ and ;yh'x.llarjurie't'Iii; :".i''f 4';'!;The Bradford County Ministerial -w___ :
day amt Saturday' ; Fell'. 21-25.: and on,'Tltiirsdav\ Friday Hon'or. througli and inemliei* of the WI llIIIII'!', Club of ; Association will be meeting on Mon. '" .
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>:/ > 'MI '' ,"! '.' ;i', i. : "H'' ';:' ; .: ..J.; : ,Presbyterian Church;across the road
t ; ;, :,from Bradford Hospital. Each person
should bring their own sack lunch.
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IJngaged: 'j,, The agenda includes,plans for the I "
Couple Honored .
at Partiesr .
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""I t ,,1s REGISTER; TO VOTE'
Miss Lisa Mitchell, whose marriage' ,carried out' in the decorations. The On Saturday, Feb. 4 Mrs J.R. Reddish and Mrs. Edmond Adams.
I ito Jimmy Prevatt was an event of last .tables in the sunroom vwere covered Mrs.: Neil Tucker,; Mrs. J.E.:;;,;''y 'Prevatt received many useful gifts
"Saturday, night, was honored at'' with lace' cloths over, red linen.:The Denmark;Mrs*W.B. Mundy and Mrs*;"; for the house, yard and recreation "
several parties in the past week. refreshment table Was overlaid with a Linda Johns entertained at a Brunch '''from the 53 faculty members .attending REGISTRATION BOOKS 'CLOSE
On Tuesday Jan. 28, Miss Mitchell, handmade cloth made by Mrs. Mit at l:30]!: a.m. at the EcohoLodge for ,, ; Among the.guests were his

,, ,was honored at a bridal shower at the' chell's aunt. 'The centerpieces- were' 'Miss. ), Mitchell.. ." "** ,/t B, RicksStephnseandMrs sister, .
Madison Street Baptist. Church encircled by valentines, The gifts All the tables were covered with ;t, 'Mrs. Mike FORPRESIDENTIAL "
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,' Fellowship hall given by Mrs. Ruby 'were on display in the den. white cloths with'red napkins and nut!J'cups ,\B ac h" r ,; "/ ,, .
Howell, Mrs. R.O. Dansby, Mrs The 'hostesses presented- the withered' and;white candies at >-I',t! ''.cI," ..
Robert\ Mathews, Mrs. Tommy' honoree' with a dinner plate in her each place/setling. The head table PREFERENCEPRIMARY

Thomas and Mrs. Gary Q'Steen.. chosen china pattern as a memento of was centered with a red and white silk"; ... '
A red and white color'' theme was the occasion. flower: arrangement. Place cards <: '!: :
jjarripd, out in the,decorations. The 'hortyguests attended during the' ,, marked the seating arrangement at -, (The J.T. : ,
refreshment table was covered with a' evening: .'."' <' ,the head table, : Provatts

white lace cloth over red linen and The 30 guests included out-of-town I lost Dinner' Party' :'

centered with an arrangement of red guests members of immediate ) -
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roses with white cherub candle 1 I 'i/Jumilies and bridesmaids. Mr. and Mrs, J.T.: :Prevatt,Jr gave .
holders'on each side, Cake, unhand The bridesmaids'' luneheon'f6r MissMitchell Mrs.' Mundy gave the 'devotional the rehearsal dinner Friday .at the !l. 11! I

hors d'oeuvers were served. The gift was held Friday, Feb. 3, at .and read an appropriate poem. ;Starke Golf and Country Club for }: !
'"' table was covered' with a white" Army -- Marcel's Restaurant in- Gainesville\ 'The honoree was given a, red and ,;,6thelr son, Jimmy and fiancee Lisa FEBRUARY 11 1984't' ,(, .
u".'1' /Navy cloth : given by Mrs". Freeman Register;Jr.,' White Valentine corsage:"and' a silk :. .Mitchell, following the couple's wed- / .,'1'
>..:' The bride-elect, her mother Mrs. Mrs: Freeman Register; III and Mrs.. 'fibwe}' arrangement' from'>' her '' : utht
; Ung rehearsal ; > I" 5 : "
Freeman 'gilterJr; :, her rand- Cliff Chapman, as 4, memento'of the; ca,7"'.", The head table was decorated with ...I-"J> < : : ''J PLM -. f ,i- n.., ?, ""j'lJ. \\I"h t't'p'hk'
Hostesses .
;:rnotheJj.Mrsl JA..Crllnf\M\ (, Mnt The centerpiece1\ on! the head-:tablet: IiuFr, .',t ", .. '.1' \ Iw" 1iurrtfane l lamps tioldlog red taperr ..... ;.-+ ,1 .1 ." ft tw-".. .. ,,_1.M- ," ". Jn!!:!.!" hI .
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i!+ra.'r?, treNAtbIJR+.wer A'ies tl F Wkty,it, S'lira rrangermmt'bhni'xed'ftbw"'rs.11 ;,. ijafldja centerpiece: : f 'red'and whit 1ft
wesw.rtr1N11prlrhMlhttvllUfiin9feanc. I ageeadl b1ri' "' '.flr1ng1CoIom" Eaerr'gu + I'ItWd: tt. il! 'iIt.I.vG cim\ 41, tIiU'"Prospi II"JY" \C rHtf"Seated'at'tha' head tabWfi, '" t ". f: U"n\0' rti9'Id: .ora:. ntiT. r. NVrr"'' .
;" hostesses also gave the honoree a set presented with small basket of red, : .were.Jimmy and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. .' '
r Election Office .
"f'' of.!monogrammed l, glasses,, a$ a and white silk flowers, The Shower HonoreeJimm J.T. ,Prevatt, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. 'I. ,, .,; Open "f' ,' <

*'memento of the occasion. bridesmaids were also presented witha Freeman Register, Jr., Mrs; John Sat., :February 11, -9 a.m. 5 'p| ,m ;;' -,"
'k? a corsage.The bridesmaids attending A member'of tlie 'Mitchell and Mr. and fdrs. Charlie '> : ., I .. 'r. l' .: ,
;. were Robin Chapman of Fernandina.'' Starke Elementary faculty, 'was BUT- Green. ,..1 J. "" ,
'. 'Beach, LeAnn Coker of Richmond: prised. ''at a, miscellaneous shower r The other"six-dining tables were
(, ? Thursday, Feb 2, Miss Mitchell't.was Va,,:Cathy:, Price of .Savannah,:Ga,' ''given for him on Thursday Feb. 2, centered with hurricane lamps with '. "PHONE 964-6280 ,
given a bridal,shower by Mrs, end Stacey Denmark of Starke. .. after school in the Starke Elementary:; red 'tapers, encircled with greeneryand ;i"' 6
.< Jim Lewis,. Mrs. Joe, Gissy, Mrs. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. Library. white carnations. '
i Dewey McKinney, - 'J Crawford,,;:Mrs. Bill Nixi and -Mr3, ,. Jane Jurey Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Mrs.. Lennard Register Mrs. Edward pie' presented gifts .to ,their' attendants Elections
,1 Frank Mitchell at the home. of the late. Sandi Bach,''Advance, N.C. and Miss'. Kimutls, Mrs, Winfred Tomlinson, Supervisor ,
ter in Green Acres:; .' Kathy Cranfill of,Texarkana: ,;:Tx: Mrs. Donald Carter Mrs. Jimmy The 41 attending included the inv Bradford County '

.' An attractive;" Valentine' e theme was '''Thornton;. Mrs.Mike Hewett, Mrs mediate families the wedding. party '
T ; Walter, Allen* Miss Berlnda, Williams and, out ofdown guests.
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I Queen Pageant Marsh 3"'t; Did You Know -". "

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The 21st Annual Strawberry Queen and Applicattons a resident of Bradford: be:' County, Miss Millar* Slum* Mr*;J hv., ; the out-of-town guestat the was Saturday ft vrnfgb7'giel:1tor: MrdMary I
Pageant will be held on Saturday, cam picked up at Griffin Mrs. Saturday Lawson.Buddy .
'' "M. BlacKshear and Mitchell/Prevatt wedding
March 31, at the Bradford High Bradford' High School andZMitchell'sDrug ,
Mrs. J. Ellis Mrs. Dennis "
Bryd spent Friday and night were Mr. and
School Auditorium.All Store All applications 'and a
Rick of
Weaver Atlanta
Saturday in Orlando. Wayne was
and Bethany, last
girls, age 16 to 21, as of April 1, black and white photograph should be Hansen KelH and Missy, Mr. Tuesday visitor of his mother, Mrs

this 1984 year.are invited Entrants to enter must the be pageant single, latyr returned than to March Mitchell's t!. ,,Drug, Sure no Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson of and and daughters Mrs. Donald Rick, all of EmmaKene Weaver. "

; Tallahassee spent Friday night with Gainesville; Mr. and Wainwright
.- i.v..fc I their mother, Mrs. W.H. Thomsonand Wainwright, Miss Teresa
; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack while and Mr. and Mrs. Randall WainwrighUnddaughter.WhitneyoLake- Friends of Mrs. Louis T. Young will

Message of' Love enroute home from Washington, D.C. regret to hear she suffered broken
City, and Mr.. and Mrs.. bone in,her left ankle last; Tuesday
ry VMentineCon'cerit"' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Green of Agner, Michael, ,Traci and Robin\ of when she stubbed her foot Into the cof.
) : Wake Forest, N.C. spent the weekend Ocala. fee table at home ; '
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BIRTHSBenjamin the Arts is presenting Tim Kaufmanin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert LIP SHAPEti Your Sw..tl.At {, ';\ ", ,, -
concert at First; United Methodist Green. The Greens also had as Satur- for SHOP bridge club';Jwinners'
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Church in Starkelat day visitors their son-in-law and THE Duplicate on
concert will; T:08pm.Thisspecial center around daughter, Mr. and Mrs. dale Wilcox : 1.10 W.coil si. ;Jan, 31 were; first, Mrs;.Cecelia Ter* ,
music with' the of.Fernandina a willcgar ahd,Tina' Mahally tied fort
message of "'Love Beach.CHOCOLAU ,: ,
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The Rev. Tim Kaufman has traveled v Genereux and Larry Maloneof 'second' were Mr. and Mrs. Jack'Burnett' '
Bbbby and,: Mr. and
Lee Moxley. IV extensively throughout the nation giving CANDY Patrick Air Force Base s nt Friday Mrs. Charlie '
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lee'' Mox- musical concerts. For Your Sweetheart to Sunday with Bobby's grandparents Riddle. a
Irvin I(T. Clark, Jr. ley, III of Brooksville, are proud to Rev Kaufman Is currently Directorof t THE OFFICE SHOP Mr. and Mrs Robert Green.

announce the arrival of a son, Ben Song Evangelism which is a 1 10 W. Call $1. Hallmark Cardt f'Gllt. ,
Terwillegar Realty jamin Lee Moxley IV, born Thursday, ministry of Rlverdale Baptist ChurchIn For YoUr Sweetheart .
Jan. 26 at 3:28 p.m. in Tampa Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Mrs. Jimmy Bowen was In 'North Mr. and! Mrs; Herbert Thomas hadas Pnly At \ 'a''"
Welcomes New Associate Woman's Hospital in Tampa. Nursery facilities will be provided. A Florida Regional Hospital for surgery guests from Thursday to Sunday, THEOFFICESHOP r ; 'I

Maternal grandparents are Mr and community covered-dish precedesthe Jan. 26 to Feb. 1 : their relatives, Mrs. Roberta Harden, I"1W.. Call S1.
Terwillegar Realty is pleased to announce .Mrs. Tommy Boney and great grandparents concert at 6 p.m''' in the Fellowship Mr. .and Mrs Fred Crutchfield and j J.
Irving T. Clark, Jr. is now are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall of First United., Methodist Mrs: A.J. Barry and daughter, sons Leeks and lyey and Mr. C.Harden .
associated with the real estate firm. Ogden, all of Keystone Heights. Church. For additional !information, Adrienne, and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Of Wewahltchka On Saturday -
Mr. Clark attended Florida State Paternal grandparents are Mr. and call 964-6864": There i is. no. admission Barry gave a family birthday dinner .Mrs"Harden and Mrs. Thomas
University and graduated from the Mrs. Benjamin Lee Moxley, Jr. of charge. ,;. .. for Mrs. Gladys Goldwire Sunday were in Palatka to visit their brother,
College of Pharmacy at the University Starke and great grandmother is Mrs. .'a. night at the Brown Derby in Bill Haile and Mrs Haile. -
of Florida in 1963. He held offices of Benjamin L. Moxley of Midville, Ga. ',,) '.. Gainesville. Miss Treva Williams of
secretary and treasurer in the Kappa j.'t.o!r Birmingham,Ala, was an out-of-town 'Petty Officer 3C Forrest Gullion, Forty percent-of the average I'
Sigma Social Fraternity. He was also SELECTION Of UNUSUAL GIFTS guest. son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gullionof American diet consist. of fat, ,
a member of the Kappa Psi Professional Russell Wade Johns To Mako Volentlne't Day Lawtey, returned to Iceland last S 8,1'( \ Vil l
Fraternity, Mortar and Pestle, Unforgettable! I Only At'. Mr. and Mrs.'Guy Andrews visitedhis week after a ten-day leave. Gullion, I '
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and a Justice on the University of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johns 'of THE OFFICE SHOP,JJ/S/ ? aunt, Mrs. Bessie Sapp, in New 1980 graduate ,of. Bradford High Hallmark, Valontin Decoration' .
Florida Honor Court. Starke announce the birth of a son, t 1IOW.1 Call St. \:. Smyrna Beach last Thursday and Fri School is a member of Squadron Party Ooodi, 1 GIfts 'j; /,11
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Presently, Mr. Clark Is a memberof Russell Wade, born Jan. 3 in Shand's day and saw the Satellite launching. VP24. : ,
the Florida Pharmaceutical Teaching Hospital. He joins a .1',.. 110 W. Call St. "

Association' Florida! Society of Consuuant brother, Josh age 5 and. a sister '.. .-....
Pharmacists, ana American Brandy, age-- "/. < .
Society .of Hospital Pharmacists. He .Maternal grandparents are Mr, and
is also a member of the Starke Golf Mrs. Jack Weaver of Florahome. ,
and Country Club, Starke Gator Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Louise.
Quarterback Club, and the First Bap-- Johns of Starke. $: EAGLE
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Mr. Clark was associated with Pic +
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Tallahassee and for two years in Sorority HostsRefinishing
Jacksonville as a Pharmacy Super Check
visor. He has been employed by the ProgramAlpha Compare L

Department of Corrections, as a t al
hospital pharmacist for nine years Gamma chapter 01'Ipha
and is currently the Consultant Pharmacist Delta Kappa had a program on furniture ,

at Lawtey 'Correctional In refinishing at its meeting Mon- 3 BIG! DAYS ; L :
stitution.Mr. day, Feb. 6 at St. Mark's Episcopal: I r
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Clark,a teacher at Southside Elemen Suzy Simmons Pfenniger. owner of Thursday Feb: ,

tary. They have two daughters, Lori "The 'Second Time Around"refinishing Friday, Feb. 10 ",

and Pam, who attend Bradford High shop' presented the pro,. II Saturday, Feb. 11 9 c4 l-
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School. Their home is on Briarwood gram. ascouNTrNCE :;
Road, Country Club Estates. The hostesses for the evening were MEN'S' LEVI'8 F1.AID SHIRTSShort ,,
Jewelle Brown, Ernestine Denmarkand TO 53% ........potyetler cotton ahlrM.On '
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Arnold D. Weeks, CPR Course ;: :; iiiYn"I / i I 1I

Speaker U.D.C. Offered Free of Charge Hs ;.

Meeting Feb. 1 I
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Could you save someone's life! if I i .11 "',1ll

Arnold D. Weeks, librarian, gave a they needed CPR? \ "'
talk at the W.T., Weeks chapter, If not you need to attend a CPR 7I
U.D.C. meeting on Wednesday, Feb. Course, offered through Hampton 4-H o36\\ ul, '

1, at the home of Mrs. Lester Crews; ,'Club by.the Bradford County Rescue ,, ,.
Mr Weeks gave the historical,progran Service Feb. 14-16, beginning all 7-""> -I, r t, ] t ,,I, o00o m oCo I ,Yt uo] 1 ; t #:" II,
} any the.'T$mily of l.'lfr' p.rrvi.ln the.,Hampton Elementary11.tiDon't ', d t I 'I a rZIHIM a 1001 erif ri w nob ( 9 'a_" ......
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Weeks for whom the chapter;is pam ; + n M Voa7 I eF
wait until it's too late to learn
ed. He traced their beginning in the I
state of Massachusetts having come CPR. There Is no registration fee, but ..
it would help a great deal if could
over with the Pilgrims, They movedto you II
North Carolina where they foughtin pre-register by calling the 4-H office ,

south the to(Revolutionary Georgia and Florida.In War and. then at 964.6280, ext. 229. Save 32% Save 38% 'S ve ,30% 1 IoaE' ,Save: 2.00'i\

1859, Col. Weeks'went to Texas Did YOU Know.,......... l 88 !
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and fought in the Mexican War and in 774 97'V 4 6 ,I
returned Florida and enlistedin James and Betty Dilts of Starke '
1860 to
attended the Florida a a WAS iH I WAS 1.57 WERE 664 wlasl N' i YvesEd.11 I
the Confederate Army May 15, Shoe Repair to
Western Wear Convention in Orlando HOW MOTOR OIL ''DELTA BATH TISSUES ,BUTANE UGHTERS MEM.LOGO SHIRTS. MEM'S DRESS SLACKS
1861. In 1862, he was imprisoned in .
Protect your-enoln*from ;Molls 400 snit family OliipoMblo Rolrtara with 'Snort le..mn*mm. ptadiet.ooltar .100%DdywtOT bee toot*, .' ;
Key West; he fought in the Battle of Jan. 14-16. run and. corro ton.au.... ;pack path license. oapvndaMo.quick (lama. In n onea ootor.a-XL. ,J*lop pac5si SoWa>}XL ?
Olustee and following the 'war he _
returned to Columbia County in May La tony a Renee Johnson and Lavon A
1865. He served as a State Senator, Collins Drivas of Starke have been r-_ -i 'I
was Tax Assessor in Bradford County selected for inclusion in the 1983 edition _
1877.78 and served as Clerk of the of Outstanding Young Women. of _
Court for 32 years in Bradford Coun America. .

I ty.Mrs.. Herbert Thomas presidedover
the business meeting after which SPECIAL HALLMARK "

the hostesses, Mrs. Crews and Miss MuclcolVol.Mln.Cards r
Norma Canova, served refreshments. For That E ira-Sp.clol On* ? 1J, ,; y rlt y1,, I
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W.F. Cooley Named Clerk-Carrier Exam New Shrlno Club School Lunch Menus V V 'II
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ShrIroJ-th..yar' Bradford County Middle School Wtdnoilay, February.. Htunburgw ravy gravy)grew buns,pMtincnW..*..roU muKFrM.y. .
t'I' The United States Postal Service and all elementary school: mlUlhPeJ poUloo, buttered grn ps cinnamon FKbraarjr. IMaf.Tlonl. ctweM Mta,
; "' announces an open examination for Starke Shrine Club announces Vt4 V :V fOil I Inllk. garden. sala" trOll Jells, bot fells. milk
V W.t.. "Happy" Cootey has:'befon "' fi clerk-carrier for the Stark4 Florida 1984 officers! which were, Installed:Monday; Fthniary iiBarbecue oir Aun.anlMisalad T,.:ws4ay.: r.braarysvy is-Frlo ehkkon.\ rat *,
named Starke Shrine Saturday, Feb 4, at the Civic cheneaUx.pMctiea,milk This menu wsivrlttiii "r green beam, fruit cup, OO1'DI1i. milk.fqidsy. ALA-CARTE
Club's ,
1983 area by Mr*.FnM'5tn gratta claw at Hampton Fbniary '1HuDoc on Bun Tutor Tot!
Shriner-of-the-Year. His' selection l Applications are available at the Auditorium In Jacksonville by hewly- I Clem Johnny Pord Robbie Padgett.TJ Orion, or trench Met.colml", cbucolul pudding milk Moaday, February u-Plita, cheeeburgrt. ,
wail announced at the Club'' annual following post offices beginning Monday elected Illustrious Potentate John M. :end Daniel Man) (ThltmtnuwMwrlllmibyM, *. 8vtll't 11th grad frmcb fries. mllkshaka.
Christmas Satte leld. ''TueMay, rebriwry. -ChUI W/Beant MltlMarackar at Hampton ElrnnBradford.>. TII.......)'. Fcknary. 14-Hamburgeri. 1enck trlM
in Feb. 6 1984
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party at the *. (garden sated, pear halve, VI.nttmaV pine, mIlkshakes,
Woman's Club in Starke. Brooker, Fl 32622; Hampton Serving In 1984 ere: William Q, cake, milk. (This menu was written by Mli County High School Wedimday" Fewaary' la-French fries, Mua|
R.D. Cunningham, president of the 32044; Keystone Heights, 32656; Lake Cruce, president; Gerald Williams, i Bevlll_ '*4th trade clans at Hampton !:!em.) cheeMburier mlUulxikeiTkuralay .

Starke Shrine Club when announcing Butler 32054, Lake Geneva, 32660. first vice-president; Elmer E. "Bud.dy" 1 I, Mtainf Ptliraary it-Hamburger on a Bun Iet February' is-Hamburgert. trench Mn
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the selection of Cooley. stated that Also available at Lawtey, 32058; Lewis, second vice-president i STARKE. brownl. milk rrlday February 17-PUlt, rnoh frl...
Cooley had participated in all fundraising Melrose, 32666; Raiford, 32083; James E. Watson, secretary and Marvin I TUKkday.. February 4.De.IV."bl.. soup, milkshake cheeteburger.

events and had been active in Starke, 32091.; and Waldo, 32694. G. Brown, treasurer.The CHURCH OF GOD oh_ toast peach, chocolate cake, milk ,

all club actlvltl Noble Cooley was This examination will be given for Starke Shrine Club recently I I 422 N. SI. Clair 9S4-544S MTMIM bag" tlaw..U).fruit February. cup. cinnamon la-Bean*roll* wclnen milk' oak

elected to receive this honor by an AREA REGISTER. Therefore applicants received for the second straight :::1 Walter F.,Montz, Pastor ", ..ncI.y. Fvbraary. IS-Prlcd chicken. rice h
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members of the Starke Shrine Club. may complete only one ap year aa award for the! Best 'ublicReIa'tIonB ; We invite you to worship with us. A.- V _...

Noble Cooley has been one of the' plication. At the time of the written along with two other', Attended Nursery

club'fr leading ticket !sellers in the examination, competitors will be awards, Walking Talt and Zone :2;'" Sunday lehee) . . 19MonHnj set

many fundraislng 'events throughoutthe allowed to select up to three poet offices Award. Awards of this calibre usuallY!I V WonMp... . . . 11 ..55I 1

year. Cooley, ,one of the oldest where they wish employment go to the clubs In the larger towns and I Evinlnf" ttnrict . . Spat( 1I I

working Shriners In'the club,:says."W .' Consideration. ELIGIBILITIES ARE the Starke club Is doubly proud to be,': Wd.IIIt, Ysutk . . 7:30: (sm
V aU for the burns and crippled NO LONGER TRANSFERRABLE able fa boast of the community support -. ,,. !

children"'and is glad he is able to get AS THEY WERE IN THE PAST. both individually and commericially. 'V FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD'

out and raise money for this very important Although beginning 'salaries may .
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cause V vary depending on lite of the office SALE RACK\( OF GIFTS Hwy I ,

Cooley lives at Kingsley Lake with most beginning salaries are currently Hundreds choose from Pastor George Watson and 1

,Ms wife, Janle,.having lived there for, $10.56 per hour.'Complete 1'1..' ,c' Ify PRICEII" 1.\\I The) Congregation Invites You to. ,
'the past 46 years. He la retired front information' is posted in V 'Ii. THE OFFICE SHOP ,/I' VI Come and Worship With Us

Wheels and Brake*. of: Atlanta, Ga. the lobby of each $post office listed 1 tO W. Call St. '. ,. b $uM.ytchsal ;. . . . 10 AUMomlniWRnMfi I,
and they have two children, .WallaceC above. V V V N '. I: I . ,. . .1 All, "

; Cooley and Charlie E. ooley.ja' ,ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE. .. V'"i'< "Old:( frlandt are th, best." < ''VI. EvangiHitk .; . . ..;:.j U..7PM' 'V FORSPRING VV ;

*.1r., .t...: ". : .. "''r COMPLETED 1984. BY.FRIDAY; FEB. 10K''!.,:'; '*> ,"* *, ;". ,1'1. J0hn'eld8nRepretentatlve. _"' V W.dr.uday Wsrsliip"' . . 7:30 PM ,, 'Ii" I

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below. fi V Anita L. Agulrre Bradford St., Jtarke. Flo : BeulahM, Moody BRIDES V'V 1
do. .
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olnt '
32091 owners
Route I. Box 332 | '
V Sh.rllf All Interested persons As Deputy Clerk "
: 1tchg209IN are required to file with Starke Fl 32091 Ing builness under the SWANN AND HAD. '
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V of ALLEN OFFICE. /i4 V ;
: ThIs court, WITHIN THREE Attorney for name DOCK..A.. \' V t:1' V
PRINTING
THE CIRCUIT /MONTHS OF THE FIRST PersonalRepresentative SUPPLIES AND 135 West Central Blvd. V '
COURT OF THE ,< V COMPANY : 113. E. Call ,
PUBLICATION OP THIS : Suite 1100 .' X) .f,,< ; H
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.> 1' 'NV ? '. EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICE ((1)) all claim Dudley P. Hardy P.A. Street, Storke; Intends, Florida to Orlando Fl 32803-0640 ," .,' .V ,
CIRCUIT IN AND 32091 ,
FOR PO.Drawer 1030
the and /
Plaintiff
against estate Attorneys
Notices : BRADFORD. COUNTY. ((2)) any objection by an Strke.FL32091: -' .> register ,sal fictitious the 2/09,2tchg 2/15, i''. ; I
'' FLORIDA ((904)) 964.3701 name under .o{... ,..
.-v 'ir ,' Interested person to .
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; PROBATE DIVISION whom notice mailed 2/02 2tchg 2/09 aforesaid statute.DATED .. \ '. \ 'I''I'YOUwith
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', '. V ,'CASEN9.83op.CP. 'Uj, ... ..,-.thot- challenge 'the. Januarys 19 this .. ...." .' 'j, V ,r. <, : \ "
of the will the THCIRCL1IT IN THE CIRCUIT I
.' IN .REt The'Et ote of' validity IN "/'Ty64tpd2/16 .1 ., "i.
'.TO, WHOM IT MAY" PALMER WilLIAMS. qualification oDhe. per- t\COURTEIGHYH v ; ...,.... ._.... I'' p..... COURT: OF THE' OJ. .1'' 'e. '
'01'01r.pr".lflltlV.' ; ., OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT .
CIRn JIT
JUDICIAL \
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.' V .41.C0NCERN- Deceoted. : 'rjNOTltE f i; of NOTICE IN AND FOR AU lYoUr
: venue or jurltdlctton 'FLORIDA. IN AND FOR .
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Wf ij( liE: Public Used Sal '.. : :.: :. 'p)i If the court. < ,?,,4- < ... -' .BRADFORD COUNTY. V OF INTENTION BRADFORD COUNTY. V i1\i' needs J'1
V otTINo ((2)) : ALL CLAIMS AND OB nl- ; V :i1.TO. REGt TER'FIC1"'OU ;'. 91 "i'. I. '" ,
'V ASE NO $3.4$ t' FLORIDA
Patrol Vehicles OFADMINISTRATIQNThe ," $ ; NAME 'V fl .I' V
{ *JECTIONS NOT 50 FILED CivllAction' "
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Xf' : odmfnittrciUoi: ; at'the fi WILL BE FOREVER BAR. VClVl ,ACTION /fo ,:: Case No. 83-370.CA > ', ":
J The t Bradford, County .' :" y ,. ,
'PALMER\ 'RED. .MI, j ",' '. ,' u"Llan""; (f Section RALPH, D. MOORE and,J i" : j I ,.1(, V VI,I '
FitOtetof 4. if"i1t-'t; : ;i.,' ." j
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I .herlff'.o..partrYi.nt'wlll FloWdtf .' ,I \\ '1'1 "\ .. f' .
PublicationeK 1f '
this 85.09. Statute ; '
-
hit wife : ,
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of i
WILLIAMS D.t"o'ct, \ !; In r. The Marriage .1 .'
..II l| ,. the{ following Notice hctS'begun' A' .fi, : ,'. .J" 'n tieo'' l I. herTeby given MYRTLE MOORE V ,. ,.1' ;' "
\ on ; : 'V''V'V \
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"ill 83:90-Q' EDWARD C. \ "
t escribed/ vehicle pllt'i! '",, F.bruory 1984.Perional that the undersIgned"' Plaintiffs I '''j :, .,,..' 100'5 .,'; ".
V i" "
In'the ,
ding HOISINOTON.I Husbandand ns"
''1, February 13, 1984. ,01 ,fof Bradford"Circuit'CoGn'iyk Representative fH'i .", ,'" ,,Kenneth, Barton v. i.. ," 4 ': V ,.,'I: 'i"( oJ)' Invila ti 0 ..;I h ., '''' \;
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3:00 erf the Bradford) ( n,,' ; 'V d'd"ng
p.m. 145, .
Route 1.So( (. Hampton HELEN \
:Florida DONALD.O.MANicYl' : JjSANFORD \ UTe
i Dlvl.tlon i'
Probate ; YlRGINiAA V 5 :
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V County Jail;Vehicles' fat\ ;; / Florida 04" sole '' /' "1 : Ii\
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fi ; 'as :( Av.JapStr..t. :, V 3,? and .' ;< ); W. : 1 + Napr.\n \
; th ,:fdr. of ; : : I .", "
HOlSINGTQP'4.'WIf./ ;
be. Inspected prIori tp St. AugustIne.FtoIdp084. \ ..owner, ;doin j, butlh.* DELORES HIBDON, \,.p"rt"' ',' ., !
tale ? by. appointment. which I I. Bradford County ,-,' ')<: j' jV't.r' : )! c'tV \. '.: under'the acme of KIN-,I ' i, I ; .. l'
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sold ..Collrt *9.t off; ( ,_ I;..:. : 1 1' NOTICE:: OF SIJLT1'4'jitO i tf;. Defendants',, .c: it1,' < .. I. '01// ''' : & 1:'< I '
Will be (

Vehicles separately the highest. bidder for coth* .. to D' rldd w.r.\oe.\i,32O9fl: '" ,8Orkii !, .,[, .e\i",", ::'RepresentativeOMtlNSON Attorney 'foil, :i"P.rsonl BRowN' '' ,fi ",' ;. .:," (.,.li,.,t'RQI'ERT'f'tt.Hi" .:rw<'{.. '"' .)/f I,::,'TRONICS.,[.32044'f S. !Hampton:: 1 .*,aJte;'n-d.. Florida t. Box',tta .!'IOTIC '"6F A\SALEffURSUANTTO 1' -"','>I". "''V, l .I ,1/..:!:;t4,:;'."((4.: ,. ""':tI)ft lI. ';"Il'iI',I.". ,"r".r...':;.:!.':' ,:., ; Se t/tOfon.' 'f': .,.':"" '". c 1"I'I4Al I4\\';
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flam.s and oddr..'., ." : .. ,
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Ford Fairmont, 4 ;Virginia olsIngton ; .J
1984 : Ay; r I l.gIs4ersok? fictitious CHAPTER '.i ,,': .. .: ; : / ; :; .
the'p.rson'oI; 1 '\ ** P.A., Post Office !Drawer. ,V'V ,i ;< (, ', ('PI" 'i.\ .. ', J -
5 i' IDNO.OK92D20330I repreten* ; '" V ... ."-am.*: ,vv der theafaretalcT .1'' 'r ::1 >>1\ .; :, : !;, -" / //1. .
32091. "
\ fi 40 Starke, FL 4 4 :f(. (
'totrY I'I'
ford LTD 4 dr. ondI'fhlpuon6tii'ots' ; HEREBY 'lr'W :
1981 YOU ARE ; f .'
atolft. Notice I. gillen"lhat
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904/964-8373 1 'ilr '.
Telephone .2 ; !, :t, :
ir V1lD4o. ,. .! ,,! tl't.\ : ::1; i; 'NOTIFIED It'ol'-on action.fora .. /i thlfcUtt of"February V "
\. ,I 'f, ., V ,. J : 2/09 2tchg 2/14 V ,, Petition! for Dksolu- '"''. DATED, ', 1984- day Judgement pursuant to of Idated Final' ", ,)j ". "

'.f j[NOTICE1' t.t IN THE CIRCUITCOURT t |of-Marrloge| Irtvolv-' V fi ,,:" 2/02 .4tpd 2/23. January 30' ))984jln;[ Case .'

APPLICATION OF APPtJAT !, FOR Ifi.< ': Ing the following property T No. .8337.CJof( the : ; .. M Hallmark :
FOR REZONING FORREiONINCMj} BRADFORD COUNTY ). ''In Bradford Courty.E.rloEIJa '. V IN 4E CIRCUIT Circuit Court; of the, : ,* .
CO RTOFTHE. :: '
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< V '. )) : Bridal
\ :FLORIDAIi.PR Judicial
AMENDMENT .
AND AND AMENDMENT 'ct\ !\ V .. Eighth Circuit. In Books '
fi of EIGHT I JUDICIAL ,
t. The South 200 feer V. V .
BAT
J OFTHR' OF THE 'V'LANDU QtVISION and for Bradford ':ounty.
ND USE P| N' $ ,LAN.! \.. '_ File NumbeI'fll.'F'N that portion of NW'/ ofSEj 'I"9 : ''.iIRCUIT.:' ,: RADFORD' Florida. 'irt which: !RALPH .-4 ,. I Garters, CakeKi.jve
4 'of'SE'A ;.Th ,cOUN;; ( FLORIPA' ;
fi
: S.ctioV&4!
",. :< D,'MOORE and Kit wile and "'fi
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'" DINtacAfl.flV ; : An OItDIN -NCE'limen. k RE- ESTAtE! d 'kJ : V Township 7 South Range., V .; t. V 'V Ij" Ivll ActlolJ.t : \ MYRTLE, MOORE."are thePlolntlHt gifts available I : '

the Comprehensive ding Comprehentlve i JAMES L.LEACDeeeated \ : ".122" :Cast. which'11.\ .. ", : :. 82.228CA"; ,and HELEN J.' i 1 '2 : ,,: ': t .'
V Clement, rhot ''V,.lasterry of County Grodi: ., ,?;r. ,,;!) ,
Land Use .fieri' Land ,Plan Element > '\ t INGS'ANDt"\' \ SANFORD and dELORES, 1 '
and Mop) by Bradford, andiMafc by Bradford \ \, Road;.except the totZ '': FREEO to+,.HI8ffH.re. the Defen.t' III .. ,
C ny Rorfcki In dVcor* Coy ty,.piorTaa' In occor. NOTICEadmlnlstroiioi. \i 'rri'tMt.: ;( In ; '' :::,tIN; ,.l ;' :59ntPwIII sI5 tw thef. .j 1. ..:.. !o ;01/'/, V

..... .tL J wyjyj./V4o oc'Aprehenive l.. ,don wGove "......IM\.local\ ..., F DMINISTR" ,'II I ,I 'EQ lOll t: ., S.cfIOotij: ,n I '4irWIIJ& -" i'le.t'ctn6 th.lrdnt bh. btdder"l IarcosIiBt ,'
O onHrl nJr*" m nt Com. i / door OFFICE
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Act r4'oI\ Acre, more or less v. of Bradford
} Planning pr.h.nalv.Iannlng Act : TI\r L..1 KIiG 1 .ti .(, the County
of \,,5.* provided for In of 197Sa$ provided for In 'the Estate of JAMES L. hat been filed against Defendcnts. Ii; Coiir'house, Starke, .' i

Chapter:: l.3of'., the" Chapter' 163' of the J / LEACH.. deceased: ;. File you and you are ,required.; et al. I ." 'A Florida; at 1i:00 a.m. onFebruary ., SHOP

f lorldq Statute*;: Florida! Statute : .V "Number 84-l-CP, I* pen ',19 servo/ a copy of your ..: ,$OTI1eOEALE\ ;20., 1984, the '
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V 'To.- All Cltlz' .n." ." V, rt"1"" : ''u'cs'" :;mq'rgln, the Clrwi,.fiourt ..,"wrlttef\' defenses. If any, ; \- following described property 'Ij 110 W. Call St.

payer.r andfOt .,\.... ,; ) ", To; 4IIbLan11otiJ.(:; .. ;::4for: Bradford.*ioUn1y.'" V .,!tot,Off the plalntlff'llllt",,;'l'0 V' 4otid5 l '. h.l.b1 gii.n ",: set forth i In the .. .

,jerested .rsons"' C:t "'. OV.f' and othwfrsi.dprsons. I Irtji ft- .if Florlda, frobote DivbvV : .*.>; tor.n.vho.; name and > that s the Final I order of' Final v, Judge. 964-57p4 .. \'.
addrett Is DUDLEY P. pursuanMo 4j.V.
address >of 1 .
V You and each WVoO i '-. 0 1G."Ijj Ion. the V of menf:
hereby and herewith, : jfiwhlch: Is Bradford County '/ ,, "HARDY '.A. P.O. Judgement and Sol."l'It.redr LospI. 2:IS and 14. or Starke. Flo.
are forecloturei ;
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t. "' "' "Drawer 1030. Stark.; '. "
eaeK'or YoO : /
the North
n' Vcw-ond 'Courthouse 'Stork. a portion! of ) '
notice. accordance ; In the
given.- with Florida are h.r.by'Cllnd ......"""It''". 8 M ',Florida, 3209V.' :;rIM' Florida 32091 ((904) 'In the Circuit cauiepending of Block 5, of Hampton. .

given, notke& -In (actor* > names and addresses of 964-9701 and file the i Florida In Section 30, .
Statutes .haf the Board: Court of the Eighth, ,
f Ceunty' Commit' dance with% Frorido 'the personal rSi-e,'ntgtlve.jBnd original with the clerk of Judicial, Circuit In and Township 7 South.Range ,

,(loner of Bradford ,Statutes, thatjhe Board! ( he p.rtooI'I.pr.fentOtlve's the above styled court onor for 'Bradford County, 22 Eet Bradford County .

County/;: Florida have "of: .Coynty CoLmIs.'sfott.rb | ot.I belore*March. 1 1. 1984 V Flortda. Civil, Action No. Fiorldo.V .

designated the Bradford :of Bradford lOtorn.y'o r set' :"forthbelow. ; QtMr.ool.0. Judgement ,. 82-228'-,CA. the:,'tinder- TOGETHER with one
County Florida, hoved..lonlfed may be entered against 1973 Guerdon mobilehome
!County Zoning and Planping t 'Signed Clerk vylll sell theproperty _
the Br dfordI All interested perSOn. for Jhe relief having Id.nllficCl'flon
Board to conduct apubll \ you sltuqted In said; .
.: hearing :
,,regular meeting h&dot.. Boor4:V<*.'-conduct q. ,. this tdurt,.WITHIN THREE :*"\V"'*..- ) or "petition, J.,t;,( .. "County The West 84,58 feet'oflof Captain, '

TOO CM. In.the CouncIl. publIc! hearing:.$ :d l ./.fl' MONTHS ,OFVTrlE ,FIRST"i .."' 'V .(WITNES my hand artel' ', 3 and thaUatt 24,23; 'f" .' V Dated: February 7,

", !Room of Starke City Hall, V regular meeting n.ld,4t J, PUBLICATION\ OP THIS"NQTICJB '' '" the leaf of sold Court-one 'feet of lot 4. BJock B. of aREPLATOF 1984;Wr, s, D'SS"
Jtarke, Florida on Tues., 7.00; P.M. Iii| rhe'Councli' '; ;? Can
flay,. February 28..' 964.;. '. Room ol Slat He City HpIL against' ,the eiat.<,and\ GilBERT V !BROWN PLEASANT ON SILVER., \ ",* f" Clerk of the
,
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I and ..fnoke r-comm.j! Starker Florida1,'on Tu.s (:any/obaction| by"an'Interested1 >,AsCIerk'otsak' lAKE, as *e' plat ,j'-v", "" Circuit Court
e-bri, ,"S 1984.andj : ''to-.' o" "n "r. 'Court V 2/09 2tchg 2/16
datlort, to ,fhe'Board daA ry" )/ perser) t ,thereof. recorded In flat ;
CountyCommissioners k' make a '.c mm.n-", ... ",.wtiom.hI. ( ,notic,. wo V.,, V B,: Martha;{.Struth Book 3, pagd'20"of'ths J '"i'J. WINTER SAVINGS

find the Board will .cpn- ;:dol\o""J\ 'the Board..of"t' ''.'{1oo1Y'Q11Ihot/ challenges'wlll" '" V \\As Deputy Clerk Public !Record pt Brad "V "V, /.; ...,.,.. "

Id.r en Monday, March1' '. Ou"ty.. .Cornmlttioner'anf ,nvC/lldlty/ ',of the <92I (V23V ford. County, ItorfdaV 1 \f Use these coupons one at a time or all at once.
the Board will con- itI-ql/olifleOIlon.; / at( the the. V PUBLIC NOTICE
,
$, .I94X, at The Commlfioner \- V at public: tale; to :
tcUr) : ori'Mondoyi March per.on.) representative. \ NOTICE :' get'four delicious meals for
Room of the V highest ond I best bidder Either way you'll ,
Iradford f County Cour 5.. 1 9114: ., th. Commit: the'' V !o..venll', ;' Or1iuIsdl\ ,tIpof.. ? (OF INTENTION,' V, -:-" for cash at 11:00 'o'clock, I :wllf no ',long. :, be .
house, Starke, Florida .tlonert Rqom of th. <", I. TO REGISTER A.M. on the 28th day of :responsible for any [ V only $6,00.ICLIPTHIS .
.10:00: A.M. an Or Bradford ''County .:tour-{,, '.t";;;. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS '. ,FICTITIOUS NAME, \ ,February 19$...,xot the debts incurred by \

nonr;. relating to;; thoute. Star""'., 'Florida NOT SO FILED front door 'o- the Bradford anyone other than ... .... COUN'IEHI ....

'. The I rezonlng .of the. ;af ;,10:00' AM. an'-Ors-, r "' 111...:.E':FOREVER' :'BAR.. Pursuant 'to 'Section, County
allowing described pro dlnance relating tot IREo..o/: ::: : V 865.09. Florida .Statutes,. Starke. Florida.,.... { ebruary. 6. 1984.'. EI4H4 0_ CDiE* Two tender fish fillets, .
lerty and orrtenclln"he ,The'etonlng' of :the; '. ,, I\ca\ lon of :IhHbegunr fi 'notice'Is. "hereby given, : GILBERT S. R0WNVV'C /,John lock mrSr ex rtclc< natural cut french fries .
following described propertyonrt .. 'or)' the :2/094tpd3"01? l
Comprehensive land 'l'fotHlVo\! \! (thor; undersigned r'Robert OP V
;se Plan' ,to provide that' omeodlng, the o' :'Febary. 2J984Personal' 'E.,AII.n| ;;;Jr. ondf ,..',, ; :' = f Jt ( and 2 southern style hush I
'and"c.nlIV'cried EA Cemprehenye' land V' '!' [ Betty M. .Allen/. )304 N. -s-- t 8 ONLY" > T .SHJ puppies.Catain
V .
that .
bnd :,.>slgnote'by| the \J.. Plan tqo provide -- e''J j: C" II
PUBLIC NOTICE'PUBLIC
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,
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; 'lohd currently toned V -
V 1 0If.2/3 /**
hasa.nial'pd' %
'plan a* Rural' uljtal. be RSF-MH .and ;delgnatedby PUBLIC NOTICE' I ... HEARING TO REVIEW Notgoodwlhonyoth.rlPOClal, ,D's. .
:
;fAgrl Rural NOTICE OF PROPOSED A ORDINANCE en
,. ,.zoned.ta'Planned P.U.D.,V Unit anddesignated Retldentlal I the plan, be.a rexonedtoCtf ENACTMENT OF: ORDINANCES!, PROPOSED 5 =I lot l pifrricipaiino. ) Copt.D i.) a gfCiiTltt! seafood placeIMaacupTHcoupoNMarnuN. =
V BRADFORD
-and' designatedN.I9hborhoad' .lay THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD OF
Development, 't the) property ; Business BY THE BOARD OP COUNTY'COMMISSIONERS OF COUNTY FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1 1S

'V of ROSE1STONI, ,the. prop.vVy'yo': ., BRADFORD .tOUNT'I."FLORIDA, NOTICE IS'xH'R iY thai pwrwont to $e
.'IN.d.cr1bId o 1V I' ..MAGARUPAARON4" ; ,, "fi '..'GIVEN" ,that:: pursuant, .tai.Section, .12564,. Florkla.V ,Zoning IItg"latlOfl.'tt! t ,the V propo ed Ordinance, : FISH & FRIES'p Two tender fish flJlets.

follow!; IOCATEO three of I' described a*, foIIows'West'haIfo4Lot Jlafcitt, 'that ,the proposed Ortflnortce.j whose titlehereinafter Whose,till!* (jIIorolnQlt.r'appeor'k be heard by Site natural cut french fries I
mile.; .Soothwetf recommendation
3of oppoora/will considered for enactmenton Planning and Zoning Board ond a '
,
Keystone: Height' 'off.,156' Block r4,K>ft 5.|.- 5th St. In ,$)!. 5th .day of March. 1984. at 10:00 a m. In the ,, twill be mode to the Board of County Commissionerson FOR and 2 southern style hush .
Hwy 21. and JIB; Lincoln City1 :South of .County(Commlitlon Meeting1 Room' lit the Bradford the 28th day Of February 198... ot 8:00 p.m. In Ihe $1 50
I : puppies.Captain.
: ONLY
3S.and .. .
acre"ln Section Starke, <<'lit of' parcel County Courthout Starke. Florida, At the ofOl'.men'tlonod City' Commission Meeting Room at City Hall, Sto. ., .
3AsTownthlp BSouth, r4311.002Q0InSectlon32.I meeting* all Interested parties may appear to !Florida.' 'At rth.'of rementloned meeting all In' OH..e.tn...... D9
I
Range "2J V iot.>/ porceltol77 Township- South. Range, be heard with respect to this proposed Ordinance. V <'tere.tec| partIes may appear to be heard with respect i Nolgoodwllhdnyo'.rrpeclaf. !, *.

.and 6177 OpIOO icy'V 33: East for rtelghborhoodbusiness. ,'AH ORDINANCe AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 110-' ,i to'(til* V V ot discount I
Development {(otparNcipaNncjGopI.Ds.) 'agreJllttkieakodpac..
O Planned Unit ', :'OF BRADFORD COUNtY. fLORIOA'AND BY INCORPORATION : AN pro1iOrdlnanc. ORDINANCE NO. 80-3 : (

competed of sing)*) You are'further\ :given "1' THEREIN AND REFERENCE THERETO Of E" AND BY INCOR- 11... ....
11 COUPON
family residence' *.: condominium NpTKtl'tho: ,CII copy ofeld '. fi BRADFORD< COUNTY'ZONING,REGULATIONS: PRO.' : REFERENCE THERETO THE ........ CUP THIS .1
-and generalcommercial VIDIMG DEFINITION FOR FORESTRY AND MINING;, BRADFORD COtfNTY ZONING REGULATIONS: PRO'
proposed ORtMNANCI -. V Two tender fish fillets.
t l area.JYOM ZONING FORESTRY AND MINING: 'FisH &r FRIES !
fi available. for ESTABLISHING:A "CS\( CONSERVATION ;VIDING A DEHWriON FOR .
are further'given 'ALLZOWhNG 'ESTABLISHING'A-"csv' CONSERVATION ZONING .I .. cut fries
iyui Inspection ot the OK DI&T9ICJ4 PROHIBITING MINING ACTIVITIES IN ,natural french: .
NOtlCt 1tGt..o cOfIY'bf'aollll I\lice' the' of, V $ DISTRICTS EXCEPT TMI "OR' .AGRICULTURAL'DlSTIla DISTRICT: PRCMWMTING MINING ACTIVITIES IN ALL I FOR i '
of Director I
and 2 southern style hush
) ,' rops.d OR, 'Zoning and 'Ion"IngjI.: ., ;,AMENDING THE SPECIAL PERMITS OR AP1 ., ZONING WSTfjiCT* EXCEPT ThE OR1! AGRICULTURAL I ,CM Crt .
'
,CMNANCK I available foryovlr : .Ka-IU Thompson'Street I 1 :PROVALS SECTION OR SPECIFY INFORMATION 10 "Bt DISTRICT:!' JIp4G THE SPECIAL PERMITS OR AP. ONLY ,puppies.
fy .. ; I'-I.
Inspectfon at the of. .THE APPLICANT WHEN7 REQUESTING SECTION'OR SPECIFY INFORMATION TO BE I'Off.
;Starfc.. Florida. SUBMITTED BY PSOVALS! .q .
.. > tt
.A.
of w.a/TS a
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tlce of' the pirecfor THE WHEN REQUESTING A i D's
Eachand.veryporaonhaying: :, SPECIAL PERMIT FOR LAND AND WATERFILLS*CREDOING SUBMITTED BY APPLICANT with olfteripecfcdZtwmVZM W1orattcount.
Not good any
",Zoning rmJ f tanning. City' ""Y.' \Ut.. ..*' ., EXCAVATION. AND MINING ACTIVITIES AND SPECIAL PE'RMIt FOR LAND AND WATIRFIllS. DREDGING. .I pjprporttc.paitooCo0i.Dir I

Hon :Thompson!' 'whatever' ,Jr;Arh.f .enoc>, ADO STANDARDS FOR: THC PLANNING AND ZONING fi r' EXCAVATION, AND MINING ACTIVITIES AND .I ; a grcaTlHtle.seafood place:
: Street\jMerke. FlrkJu.I" ; I' nt ;of "Mk proposed BOARD AND coUN'tY"COMMlSSION.to USI WHEN V ADd STANDA* FOB THE PLANNING AND ZONING

.Sach rtW| every: person.th ;.m 0tNAJ*Cihould: epi- ,.CONSIDERING. SUCH, aEQUCST, I3TA8LISH1W "A BOARD AMO .CPUNTY! COMMISSION 10 USE WHEN ..(...HMM Ml CUP THIS COUPON.......

.vlng 'QrlyInt.r..t. th... : ...:. p.qr'oad.beb.qrdatth ). SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES FOft AH APPUCA-! 'CONSiDERING"; HJCH REQUEST; ESTABLISHING AN APPLICATION A I;, V Two tender fish ,(flllelsJJlJl1 ,. .1
,;'whot..1ft, V" tint*.end p>ce prescribe,.' TION FOR LAND AND WATfiflFllLS. DREDGING* SCHEDULE/OP NH AND CHARGES FOR i & FRIES
: rf.nVUl 't..h.s p.4i.sd '.4.UxxX : i 'CAVATIOI4 1, ANO MINING REPEALING CONFLICTING FORIAN| > AMf> WATERFILLS, DREDGING. IX. natural cut french frlei

i GAIIII:.-'uu I.hau$'CfP'". BOA f y RKADfOflp1COUNTY I 0 OIwscui t ,AN I. WTABIISHING, ,:.AN' EFf ,TlY'.D CAVATION/(| MMNGr REPEALING' CONFLICTING '" ;
p..' end. l.....r0S IWStIni. :. .. ,,,, I.: ft. V V V V ,Oft BINAN and 2 southern} style,hush,

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families, all others : Mandy Garrard, Matt staf-
are boyiQ.m to pIeces to Chris fourth grade
auditorium Sunday night, Feb. 12, at 7 presented Snow a
C.Er-Sue" Da vl Thepublic is invited. Mrs. Fredla Crews of Jacksonville, Then we come up with the old excuse grader in Mrs; Melvin'' class. ,Mary Dunne, Chris Ross,
"'( phone 4K.ViM1: p.m.Walt Capp'of Raleigh, N.C. visited has returned home after several days "It won't work." I have learnedI Students of the Si*Weeks received a .August Jenkins, second grade; Justin
Personals.... Valetta Lovelace and her mother, visiting her son Allen'an .family.' am not too old to.learn and there Is' framed certificate and a $5 gift certificate KendrIck( Larissa Scott, Jace Pierce,
Mrs. Friday and Satur- ;'' no need in putting it off. Now I do have to Western Steer Steak Housein Shawn Thompson, Mitchel Gaincy/ ,
Ruby Hodges Knock
Own
The Brooker Girl Scouts held their last week Thy Self.? ,, ,'. and have read the instructions but I Starke third grade Phillip Crawford Steve

regular meeting at the fellowship hall day Kristin Nicole Manning, daughterof Upon purchasing a new item, we have this teeny problem have not Most Improved Students Included GriffiSj, Josh Lewis, Larry Parrish,
of Brooker Baptist Church Monday Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Manning of say "It won't work." Whyt">We get found a book of instructions which August Jenkins, Mrs. McLeod's Chris Snow, fourth grade; Christina
afternoon. The girls are working on Brooker, was named fourth runnerupon over anxious and Instead of reading tells me after shooting approximately class*; Phillip Crawford Mrs. Bath Josh Crawford'' David
their World-Wide Badges and will the Sunburst USA Beauty Pageant, the Instructions, we try to figure it out 16 frames, why all of a sudden, the rewind Melvin's: class, Sarah Douglas, Mrs. Newborn Kevin Snow, Kyle Starling;
meet with the area Girl Scouts In held in the Gainesville Mall Feb. 3. ourselves. begins to wind making a noise a Ezzell's;: clat; Sherry Carter, Ms.Scott's fifth grade; Sarah Douglas Kelley
Starke Feb. 18 at the Methodist The judging was on facial beauty.. Upon purchasing a new camera fellow can hear % block away.. class; and Patrick Brand, Dyal, Stephanie 1 Gainey, Vince Robin
Church for Thinking Day. This seven-month-old young lady will recently, I became one of'"It won't Anyone out there have a book of In- Mrs. Bigham's class. son, Tommy Hamilton\ Sherry'
Elaine Tetstone, daughter of Mr. work" structions on what to da ? Carter, sixth grade.
take part in the state finals at people. My problem was there now Straight-A students VereBilly
and Mrs. C.J. Tetstone of Brooker, Daytona Beach in May of this year. was no Instructions with the camera Brooker Elem. News... Ezzell, Megan Pillow, Rebekah BAA News.,. ._ ,
and Bruce Hines, son of Mr. and Mrs. We, of the town of Brooker, extendour and I thought I could make it on my Welch, and Cory Wright first grade; '
Loyless Mines of Alachua,will be join- congratulations to Mayor and own, as I did not wish to return to the Brooker students were recognized Amy Crews, Shondee Lewis, Jason Brooker,Athletic Association: Boardof
ed in holy wedlock at' the LaCrosse Mrs. Blake Hamilton on the arrival of establishment; where I purchased it for outstanding academic perfor Corbine, second grade; Stephen Directory will meet Monday,Feb.
Baptist Church Saturday, Feb. 25,at 3 their new daughter, born Jan. 24, at for instructions. Now'we all know life mance during the third six-weeks, at ,McLeod, Eric Mason, third..grade; 13, at 7 p.m. at Brooker Elementary.Chub .
with the Rev. Doug Douglas of is full of solvers awards Feb. sixth Johnson of Chub's Sport Center
p.m. Alachua General Hospital. Little problem 'Who never an ceremony Friday, 3. Melissa Hislop, grade.
the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Amanda Lidsebrooke Hamilton follow rules and regulations;:;,(Yes, 'Student of the Six-Weeks in K-3 was Honor Roll students included wiU discuss uniforms,equipment,etc.
performing the ceremony. All weighed In at 7 Ibs. 14 ot. She is the that's me.)b Sometimes a person'will presented to Keith LaBombarde, a Douglas Colson, Amy Hallmark Ran for the'upcoming baseball and softball -
relatives and friends are Invited to attend first great granddaughter on either make It through the day and then kindergartner in Mrs. Cook's class. dy Joyner, Roxann Kelley, Jay Mann, season. ,
side of the HamUton-Thomas' again they won t and their world falls Student of the Six-Weeks 4-6 was Ryan Mason, Inez Parrish, Eric Everyone is invited to attend the
The Rev Jim Countryman of the Wilkerson, Steven Drawdjr, first meeting.
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New River Church announces a film,
"A Distant Thunder," following the
previous sequel film, "Thief in the
Night", will be shown in the church




Hampton Hilitesby 1 Hr


Dolores Meng
phone 468-1913

Hampton Elem. School...
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A-B Honor Roll
Report cards went home with
students on Jan. 30. Those listed on 4,'
the A-B honor roll for the third six-
weeks grading period were:
First grade: Christina Broome,.
Tim Crews, Julie Collins, Jennifer
Darley, C.K. Fuqua, Sonya Hodges, FIRST PRIZE IN OUR
Jennifer Jones, Steve Lewis, Tracey GRAND SWEEPSTAKES
McCullough, Tina Meng, Kevin Or- PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FEB.
ton Laurel Sanford and Mark Smith. 9 THRU WED., FEB. 15, 1984.COMPARE DRAWING!

Second grade: Angela Baker, Kim
Wilson, Jose Aviles, Eric Donnerstag,
k; Morgan Esty, Samantha Truman and 'BONUS 1 ,
BUY ,
Stacy Young. e
ii Third grade: Stephanie Cardin,
Faye Cruze, Donald Dick, Danielle 1 1 '
if, Mersey,. Billy Kyle, Donald eonue eevueaogr
". McWilliams, Sandra Aviles, Gene ,
Birt, Danielle Box, Tina Buckallew,
; Angelina Crews, Beth Kennan and
i' Michael McKenzie.. a
Fourth grade: Josh Cruze, Jessica

ji Fisher, Regina Padgett, 'Mark eonue our ,
'; Crawford, Dana Hall, Joey Hall,
William Price, David Roberts and O
' Fletcher Rodgers.

Fifth grade: Wyatt Collins and
* Sharon Forsyth.

i Sixth grade: Allison Archey. 1
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. Kindergarten, James Rhoden; first eonuee
grade, Adam Hall; second grade, onus cur
Johnny Hernandez; third grade, Mike .re.r oer WY ,
, McKenzie; fourth grade, Fletcher +
r Rodgers; fifth grade Tommy Condone -
,i ,. sixth grade, Michelle
Strickland,. and seventh grade, Joey
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"t by Elizabeth 782-3300 Terryphone VAN Pork & Beans. .... 3/S119 Detergent MUMMY( ) eeoa, 129. Bell Peppers: ,.. .''. !4s.1 Calif.Lemons .-.1219BONUS *
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Personals.... OREENQIANTNiblets NiiSa PACK Vanilla w. s149 Rutabagas .. 25.. dish:; ;;'39" I
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Mr. and Mrs. Keefe Harrell of I .
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FRESH FUCWVOA '

I stayed Jacksonville with Rembert came down while Jan.Mrs.13 Cart and- Rice 79* RitzCrackers, .., ,,o' $1119,t. Avocados, .. '.. 211. Acorn Squa s h' .'., ,." ,w39, .. o

.; radine went to her sister's, Mrs. 640a ""I "_' 'J >SWEET J. ,, IA-. \(,.
NORTHWESTERN
Ruthie Jenkins, funeral at Sapp QUICK OR REGULAR ft 's190' fAuaQsr : '
ii Cemetery. Quaker Oats ..... 89 Welch's.- /. D'AiquPears', .: "" APP'e'Clder.. ,. :.,.' :' 1
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Mrs. O.J: Anders and her friend, .lUlCY. :. ... \"i. :
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Tampa, $1
Mushrooms
Tampa from Houston, Texas, Sunday'and Gatorade . ...... 99 Chun King K '. .. as S219. ". .' noA"'u Pinespple .' +. .1Wi.. ,

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Monday. All of the family and others
were glad to have her home.
The ladies of First Baptist Church
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were hostesses for a miscellaneous SAVE 70* CASH s 1 1 C
shower for Miss Sheila Haga on: .k

Thursday night in the Fellowship .
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. games, Miss Haga opened her gifts R.C. COlA,
and then miscellaneous food and DIET RITE, R.C. 1OO 99 = .

. punch were presented to them which S OR(4E1DFlJ1VOR8{ .j eonue '.
included a heart-shaped cake. Those 8 PACK. 160z BTl DEPOSIT PWS b1IY ,
present were: Mrs. Myrtle Brown 2 UMIT-1 COUPON PER ITEM. .I
Mrs. Ola Starling, Mrs. Bettie Starling GOOD THRU WED.. FEB 18. 1984. s
;f Mrs. Brenda Starling, Mrs. Reba
Haga, Miss Sheila Haga and sister, 1..1
Jennifer Mrs. Georgia Champagne of
'; Chattanooga, Tenn., Mrs. Edith '
. t Wilson, Mrs. Nora Thompson and ,
baby, Mrs. Geraldine Norman, Mrs. SAVE 8" PROGRESSO'"t t..; "UNCLE : sAVE as.ooHoahnEt.
'; Katie McCombs, Mrs, Madeline PAUL '
i Prevail Mrs. Gayle Prevatt, Mrs. VIENNA fi CRUSHED ZSogZ' (: BEITS @ : : AS8OCHABUSORROSe N $ 99: i
tl Earl Teston and Miss. Elizabeth J41509Z TOMATO; '9' ; $1'32049 "r'\ 3'5 .- I
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,1 Terry. SAUSAGE PACK RECIPC ITAUAN READY.TOMATO BOUO RICE', ." .
We are happy to have Rembert Car- \ ,
radine home from Riverside SAVE 1. BAIIII.,80
II Hospital, '
SAVII..o' IlAVEIOt .
Jacksonville, on Thursday and he is LYSOL 240z QUAKER'. 80z VANISH, 180z 'CELLA '1.aUTER '
' lots better. Our prayers are with him. TUB c t ; $ 99':
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of BAS TILEAEROSOL ,@ $149 GRAND .$ I 49, LIQUID 7' .9'VINES, 4" '
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Hilliard visited \their mother Mrs. .........n.'T.w" ; : ". I .."'
O.J. Anders, on Wednesday after 'Mer+""' !/: f

noon.Jimmie Haga of Miami came up on ,J .


I Thursday Mrs his Jim sister's Haga to visit and, his Miss family parents Sheila, and,Mr.Haga's to and attend Childrens by Funk & ,.W Il 1 wu t7NtY>ti+ei COMPARE, ._. _, m"""' v: ,CO'MPARE'- I'.. .,>'


wedding on Saturday. GR&EN QlAN7.NOU\. R'
Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves attended' AS8ORTEDP'\.A\lQNMIPAlCIJRINI<8 Oft" NC" ,: 'AA
';' W.V. Grant Revival at Civic .y 11tr O 9 HawaHanPuAoh .; 69* : -.,. ,,,,.,-21""e' -.
"f Auditorium, Jacksonville, on Wednes v n '" ik i ,' '
,7.;; ( day night. b axu/w upo' WITH BIAN S RSOULAR OR MOT VAHQAMP. ,, "Or 'I
Deepest sympathqyof\ the community QY$2 H HormelChiH ,' q'w ,* a' ., ... ..'w, .....e ,:"...:. 2.n. P1. ;
Is extended to \the family of Mrs. 0 : .}:dr'.. .
Hilda Woodard because of the deathof r ''J CRACKERSIfiAtTeO OR UNQALTeO K: ,' "

their sister on Saturday morning.. ..4.wan.w i7naM.rr.M.M.d.wa iAh++Y,.er.n rore.rn.wa,.,e.a..au., v ewr 4i*. 2n o}/ Agei.r. ,Sunsnkie Krispy 1 a: 7,9'i". .. ,. ., ,j..i. ,., .
Our prayers are with them. ,.0..r Ml ,qY .fusmMed In Fu8 Cotor,,. .
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Gainesville were Sunday dinner aae.r..aw.wY ti Yw 1009009*,

'wq .;., guests of his mother Mrs. Daisy .. '' .
I 1" Boch, and grandmother, Mrs. Nellie lY I PoY n
Wilkinson. 2'O<: '' i1a'MAHt8'J'AY i
PURINA. 20 O.F 'OFF ,. ,.
Mrs. Georgia\ Champagne and son* '' ., .
i Phil of Chattanooga Tenn., came "
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"' Thursday and Mr, and Mrs.Mitchell DOG FOOD "' wisE" :J i I .
,& Edmondson and Ashley came Saturday ,: .......-. .1 tii.' t.BREYERS. ,
'' 'j&> to attend Miss Sheila Haga and P, TA'IO 4111! '
t r" '", ; < John Champagne's wedding and,,. ,.,.'(;: .,. ....JiiJ# 99 ,..== Oft .' 'i-lii&f) i jj, u.. r.-.. '' I,
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February*. tM4 TELEGRAPH PaReASanitation




I Permit Fees Chanced: ;After OitReconinenda1ii I


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health Changes in fees for environmental copy of the old'sePtiC'tank permit .is served. commission: 'trolling'land use'in environmentally Was told by Cliff Chapman,

Feb.permits were approved Monday available or $20 if the old permit la Water samples from public wells sensitive areas such as the Santa Fe emergency services director, that
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by the county commission not available. serving less than 25 persons will cost Rode out to look at a water pro Swamp. weekly billing for rescue unit ;

sanitarian upon Darrell recommendation by Cost of a soil analysis for septic $20 per year a new charge. .. I;,"? lem at the.William Oexcher. transportatioq seems to.be working. f
Some fees O'Neal. tank use will cost $20, down from $33. ;, residence on SR-16 adjacent to Sunshine Confirmed' the zoning board's better, and that collections are im,
O'Neal went up and some down V.A. and F.H.A. water bacteriology New Sludge Policy... Acres, but dediced there Is recommendation to grant a zoning proving. The change was nude to improve -
New pointed tank out reports will cost the same, $10, for All sludge waste pumped out of sep nothing the county can do. Oexcher reclassification from single family the /o percent collection rate.
cost septic permits will now private wells but will go up substantially tic tanks must be deposited at the lives near a pond into which it is residential to mobile home mix, RSK-
ICO down
$13.: : This will help for public wells, according: to county landfill on SR-ioo toward' thought a timber company .MH-1, in order for John Curie to Was told Chapman, who is also
young persons Just starting out where population. The coat will go from $30 Keystone Heights, commissioners new ditch. When too much rain place a mobile home on Lots 34 and 35 the county civil defense officer a. 4
every problem cost said of establishing a home is a to $50 for 23 2,600 population served, voted 50'alter, suggestion from ," too fast the water gets into his garage of Lake Crosby Inlet. part of his duties as emergency services +
O'Neal. $50 to $75 for 2,500 5,000 population, O'NeaL' i Oexcher told\ commissioners, director the county will have a "
A permit to replace a septic tank served, be $100,, for 5,000' to 7,000 t" to have CD .one or
will, Some persons who pump out septic''!" Agreed a the new rescue program way
cost $20 and the county will no population served, and $25 per 2.500 tanks are in the habit' of emptying *; fWas reminded by Zoning Director tool, the Jaws of Life, on a City of another" Chapman said he is making err

longer treat replacement' the same., as population served after that. sludge in ditches on the way out of the '1;., I>.M. Gainer of the first public hear, Starke truck. Starke commissioners, contingency plans for emergencies. t
a new
septic tank permit. A new charge for quarterly samplesof county, O'Neal noted. 1". Ing Feb. 28 at 7:30: p.m. before the* also approved the plan Tuesday night.
Inspection of an existing septic will well water In the private sector was .Zoning Board on the county's proposi -red Feb. 7 i and will send a letter to thecounty .Was told by clerk Gib( Brown that it
cost $io, double the previous $S, if a set at$20,plus, $25 per 2,500 population In'other action Monday Feb. e, the "|i, conservation law aimed at_ cons to be signed by both parties. may' be possible to 'have a local ,,',f/

; \,: medical director, to adeecision certificates ,:'
and make if an ":

/ autopsy is necessary. New Drs. Pete I

Gianas and John Cienki have .' ,
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tors said Brown. ,l i4, \

Was requested by sanitarian
O'Neal to have the. Health Dept :?,
In building and grounds landscaped

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.. resolution a.
$12state grant for the county


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PHIZES:
ti '" OF 92.000 Lawtey:: ;;wow 'i

120 caeH PRIZES'OP..COO' P 1
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7.BOO Of*. .1Q CASH PRIZES ed away last Thursday; thu.prayers 1

'( :nsOOQ'INSTANJ' WINNERS are with them. 1
< Get FREE'Tlc.-et" : Mra. Dobbs Mrs. Louise ,
a ,OPStS i --'--'-' Peggie ,
., Austin.''andJ.R. Mitchell of Jackson '
{ 'everytlrno,YOU visit" the.Parttryl.! ,140.000. INSTANT WINNERS PRICES: EFFECTIVE THURS., FEB. viDe celebrated their.sister's birth '

'pF" ...,1OO..,: ,0 THRU WED., FEB. 18, 1984.4O day, Mrs Katie McCombs! with a I' "

breakfast on Monday at Mrs. AobI; e' ""i;'
home !
'BONUS Franklin and
Mr. and Mrs. Starling
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0 BpYe family of Bryceville were Sunday din

ner guests of their parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Fleam Starling ',:
.Mrs. Lonnie' Teston attended
church services on Sunday and 1!

reported that she had recovered from, ;.i
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her illnesses. '
Col. and Mrs.,Forrest Parham of. \

Moreville.'La., visited CoL'and Mrs. .,I
Iwo Wm. Wilson Sunday until Tuesday *.

Mrs Mitchell Edmondson and ;
daughter, Ashley of, Tampa;' went
'home with her motber; Mrs. Georgia
Champagne, for two weeks after theUagga

.Chhampagne wedding. and
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Mr; and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons
of Jacksonville were supper guests of

I their parents, ,MI'. and Mrs. Earl'
IIONJ6 our tiL i Tnwefl. .
,8; ; eorwp'WY It Mr. and Mrs. John Champagnewere
r of their
Sunday overnight guests
parents, Mr.and Mrs. Jim nap and
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family .
Mrs.Michael Craps and Mrtf.'M.D. .

PER LB.I ,Crapae'prepared. birthday dinner ,j.
for her son,, Michael Crapes on Sunday '
Other guests lor dinner were
CHECK CMKCKTMEBB CHECK CHECK Mrs Mary Mlnote ,and Mrs, Bea
I COMPARE PRICES COMPARE PR1GB3 COMPARE.- T ,, __ CC1iiPARE' PRICES Ceballos and children of Jacksonville.Mrs. .

Geneva Redding of Wildwood
.......POA< OWALT rrs pII CCI'I'fOL' :' was a Saturday dinner guest,of.Mr. \

Hocks ,. AV.la<>""sO9"; :-Neck Bones ". !,. ''iSmS. ,Great Botony .. 0' ,''''_'''' 6g'. Ii 0 ,....,.... 8' 8. and Mrs.. and Lea Mrs.McClellan.Mr. Robert Lee. were Sun

'MR.'r\IIW 'Ground Tirkay ?J'. $1- ,Smoked *12t1' V..IMI a**rmwl9+4T*%JMy HHiMII H Tommy Edwards' and Alecia in
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,: Croatn Cheese ss. 51tS. Starke.All of them visited the Delbert
cAftOUOM..... ceu.dcvn .imoxaN' ; touts RICH BUCKO '.
Kings in Gainesville in the afternoon.
Roil S...... 8.' r uwivcm, sts. ",* u.)1.9 Turkey Ham ;i: ,., .".0' puiaaunvPto Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starling
L. + /_ Crusts '. ,., .: $11DIICIt..UNTI"O..IOUPCA8TWI visited their son-in-law and daughter
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{ ''U.S.QiI,CHCICa 6'1'Va1Me e. :(u HORMRL SMOKEDWranglers. I, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. ,, Sn of
$I =-* : a2 00 Springer
""N.ck ,Boii .' 'V. 1, Boneless' Chuok. ssuNNVtANOsnKAKr t6 s1.a, '.' ,. '. woo, I TMOPIQraunge ;'" oa *1sU"D.A.CHCII'I.JNOIIf : Auburndale and brother-in-law and
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.r"' ,MJT'' LVICI8AMIIfIICANOIJN.I1"Y'' alas sister Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers. She
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CaHfomta, D--. '.u'l4, LJnkSavsages"', & "$2SIIofICI_ !Htrm ;, ."'-" *.228 American PANtRY PNIII8UCIDCHD8I: : Singles!1"000, .:.. 9 1 IT9 'Wednesday.was much better Also,when while they there left; they on

visited their and daughter-in-law
t ,.,.. .. son
1. r p ,... Mr. and Mrs. harry W. Pringle, Jr.,
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it' j\ X wn'.papr'oorob ''.'ORDrowar""" '-rowrmew. ,
< a x ","- -:--"' ''''.K.w'fO i'wi and many friends and saw the frozen
orange groves. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and :
family went to'Clearwater to visit

Jerry Robin and Amy Starling. They

were their guests Saturday, and' SUnday -,
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Mr1, and Mrs. 'Harold Starling
visited their' brother-in-law ana
sister,'Mr, and Mrs. G.W.'Rivers on
Saturday Both of them were sick and

their sister; Mrs. D.L. 'Shaw of,
LaCrosse Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Brooks and
children went to Mlddleburg Satur

f ,day Ji'eb4for, 'a hunting, club, deer
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I By Larry Oglesby. lead for the entire game. By the end of St. Augustlnei Logan 2-0-4, Anderson 4 Jp
Sport EditorIt the first period the Jackets had takenan 3-1-7 Manning 5-2-12 McClendon 5-0-10, 4

week for Bradford 11-8 lead. Stevens 2-O-4, Washington 2-2-6 I
was a tough Kotrody
SA ended the first half with a 25-14
High varsity cagers with losses to 3-0-6, Williams 204. Totals; 25-5-".
lead over the Tornadoes. In the third
Hawthorne and St. and
Augustine a
period SA outscored the Tornadoes
win over Interlachen.Last BUS 80 Interlachen 52
18-4 to take a 43-18 lead.
Thursday night the Tornadoes Bradford's four points in the thirdperiod Tornado cagers had no trouble takIng
took on second ranked Hawthorne and the 1-12 Interlachen Rams ,
to the
were all scored in the last %
lost 88-68 then the following night roll- three minutes. cleaners with an 80-52 win Friday a'r

ed over Interlachen 80-52. Tuesday BHS did narrow the margin In the night, Jan. 3, in the BHS gym. dv
night hosts St. Augustine over Every BUS to in the jO
fourth quarter, outscoring the eager got play
powered Bradford 5537. Jackets 1912. game in which Daren Chandler led
The week's play puts the Tornadoesat with and Herbie
"We weren't mentally ready to Cooper was
an even 10-10 mark so far this play." commented. Head Tornado close bend with 20. Chandler stuffed

season. Coach Mike Sexton. "We showed up, the basketball with a twohandedslam
Up Coming Week.... but that's about it." with 4:02 in the first period, br
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feet. From then the crowd ,
in Mid- One of the that hurt the on was ,
week starting with a game problems tr}
alive cheering with the cheerleaders
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dleburg Friday night. shooting. on ut's
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will travel to take Butler to take on ly hit 30 percent lfr.f-52 from the yelling its approval with every + ph
BHS but
the Broncos. Junior varsity games floor. Norman and Chandler hit 50 basket giving more loud rid ww"d ,: da 5,
with it
yelling a shot
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start at 6:30 p.m. and varsity at 6p.m. percent both hitting 5-oMO for the or T 1.,
.. The following Frjday night will) evening. move.With Chandler and the
wind up regular season play for the "It was just one of those nights. We most BHS moved Cooper doing
Tornadoes with a home game against weren't ready to play and we didn't," Interlachen scoring in the first period.away At from 2:51
noted Sexton.
Santa Fe.
left BUS was up 12-8. Point guard
St. 55 BIIS 37 John David Francis added two
Augustine Score By Quarter
baskets from 20 feet and in front of the t.
Sam Norman led the Tornadoes in Bradford 01 04 04 If 37St.AegusHn.
key to boost the BBS lead to 20-13 by
scoring in the cold battle with St. 11 14 IS 12 55BradfonfBellomy the end of the first period.

Augustine Tuesday night with 12 Interlachen stole the ball three __. (Mielij y Wnw Ol( ifcy). ,
points.10 Daren Chandler followed with Chandler 5-0-10: Cooper 2-0-4. Norman 1-0-2 Johnson 5-2-12, times as the second period opened t*; k er-roo.... ,last nilnute passing the ball off to baitm Chandler,,<20)?, '
points.
The Yellow Jackets took the lead in 022. Froonfelter 102. Hankerson 1-0-2 narrowing the,BHS lead to six points. John David Francis puts a1 fake on this Interlachen Plays like this helped in the 80-52.+ Tornado win over '.
23-17. "J,
the first quarter and maintaine the Warren 0-M. Total: 16537. player running like he is going to the Inside then at the 'Interlachen last Friday night. ( ,A ,-, ;:,,,
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Ram defenders, dribbled once to turn Bradford -High junior varsity and Eon Brown with five" In the third period Interlachen took'
around, then jumped high again to geta cagers dropped three gamesthisweek Leading scorer for' St. .Augustine the, lead 44-40, Bradford went to man. .
close high percentage shot. Time to Hawthorne, .Interlachen. and was Ronald Burch.with 14 points .. to-man defense 'in the last.period ,,to''
and again Cooper was fouled and, St. Augustine. Baby Tornado cagers missed four close the gap ,to', within.one points
several time got three pointers. He The week's play puts the Baby Tor- free'throws in the last 30 seconds:: of Then In the final seconds Interlachen V
s shot 75 percent, 9-for-12, from the nadoes at 610. Last week the junior the 'game,, 'enabling mterlachen 'to established a two: 'point lead. Then the''I'
? field. '' varsity won three straight games. edge 57-55 over, BHS Friday. ,night in missed four free throws prohibited
ka BUS was up nine points,32-23.at the Starke. the Baby Tornadoes f1'oOtaking the
wEl half and just kept up the pace the. St. Augustine.!S_- BIISA37."J, ,.". ."We had several chances'at the end game '.*. .'"'
final two quarters with the subs play After playing to a 16-16 tie',at 'the :of the ame, but the ball just wou1dn'go ,
ing most of the game. Coach Sexton half, BUS cagers let'up and St. .in, said :BUS J'\I; 'Coact)'. Joh .. ,_ K 1i":
first mixed the subs in, then benchedall Augustine took advantage with dou-' Slater. We had the.couldn't cbaqce."bl,1t'Jusf Score by Quarter&",,,'=/ ',nljir.t'prgtr'\:
five starters for the final '' .... Bradford f,'.,, 14 15' ..',I1-1..4,5Sr,
J' five ble figure scoring in the. third and. make UW: *;: \; ;
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; _, ,I minutes. fourth quarters. ; Kenny Holmes led Bradford; ,In seor4 Interlachen 09 11'f,17J'T1i+If',57j
Chandler was 1O-forv16'or.63"der' By the end of the third quarter the ing with 25 points ,followed by; Todd' ; ,0; Jf: !''iutrkCit"dfofd'Ft9141us,1 :
cent, from the field. BUS per* .$ bY Jackets had moved to a'28-24' cCleodwithMpQmts.S"! '''"' m ;. ,A'2s.11otrgyt, +02y.ergylq ..
III cent ror.rr.ftom the WlI.Si, 11 let. .: .tpereasj It' ;}5AWt4et'dt U t5f enW took an early 14-le l I .3t,... I.cdoT4t4L'10Qk.otorn;
', 'baJt nd 52'percept, 3-( rra, cf'o rtJ e gamed r; .: the the first'quarter, 2.0 I 1t.R O"tet.onm.1' 9ht oodft"
cond half. .> Holmes led"tl __ "; ,'1,,"
Kenny e. Baby Baby Rams ,Tallied; to within two
: : : Chandler had 8 BHS rebounds, inadoes 'in1 scoring with 16 points 29-27 by the endt, of. the first '''terloehenfO'tJeU'6-.1', ',iB"rd,7'1Q|. 'I ,;1 4J".'
::4 Cooper 7, and Barry Warren 5.: -'followed' by ,Todd McLeod with six J: tts.; Flot ers 3-Q-6, Hoye. 6-3-13. '1. '

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InterkKhen 13 10 II 11 52

yM BHSt Bellamy 3-0-6 Francis 328. Nor.
man'' 3612. Chandler 11-3-25 Cooper

8-4-20 Johnson 113. Mitchell 2-0-s4,
+ Warren 1-0-2. Totals ;32-16-80.
Interlachem Burns Stokes 9-4-22',
C I'Ioete M Wnw os1..p'r') 2-0-4
Fry. 3-0-6; Johnson 2-0-4, Tool. 1-0-2,
Defensive Pressure....

Wilson 5-0-10. Seitl 124. Totals 23652.

Sam Norman puts pressure on this Interlachen player during the 80-52 Tor-
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A "Charlie and can be made at the banquet. at the respective meeting, If unable to attend( contact the lice. Oopt
Pell" banquet is set for February to at the New National Guard '
Armory on Edwards Road in Starke Reservations are also being taker the Miami-Florida. game September before 5:10:: p.m. the day of the meeting.

The Banquet is sponsored by the Starke Gator Quarterback Club Meeting 1. Anyone interested should : ) lardy Ceramics Class....
will be at 6 ., dinner at 7 and the
p.m. p.m. program at 8 p.m. Meeting
Along with Pell senior Gator football players are also invited to attend City, Softball League Set.... Ceramics classes: are being offered by the Starke Recreation Department
Price for the tickets is$10 and can be purchased at four locations-Wilson's Organizational meetings for theSiarkc Recreation Dept. Softball leaguesare Classes tire held on Mondays 7-10 a.m. and Wednesdays 9-U am., 1'htH'1I1s
no char e for the class except for materials used.
Florist Charley Johns Agency Leila's and Jesses Lounge set for'this month Jpfl
Goal of the club is to sell 300 tickets for the banquet. Men's church league will meet Tuesday, Feb. 21, Women's city league will City Baseball Reg. ends Feb. 29..*.
location of the banquet was moved from the Starke Golf and Country Club meet Wednesday, Feb. 22, and the men's city league will meet,Thursday:, 0
for all Starke Recreation baseball will
Registration
due to space. .Feb. 23 The Women's meeting will be, begin /at 7 p.m. end the other two will Department leagues
With college recruiting nearing an end, Pell should be able to Comment on start at 7:30. run through end Feb. 29. ?
upcoming players. Three leagues will be minor 8 10 year olds major U-12 und Dixie Youth ;
,I' ; All meeting will be at the Old National Guard Armory on US 301, .
13-14 Ages are effective on or before Aug tAMBSCA'S ip{
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O'ConmHfCenter in Gainesville will TheEckerdCholc

be the setting for first competition of 0! I At Eckerd ..,
,you save on
the Bradford ,track team this Friday, '
during the first annual' High School N f brand name drugs. Yousave ,

Invitational IndoorTrack Meet. MI t" drugs.even more with generic, ,; .: "

Records will go-down in the books
since this is the first regulated high
school.indoor" meet.


Bradford will be competing in both tr3 e4. s "
girls and boys divisions during' the;

meet. Some 60 schools from all class ..
divisions were invited to attend, ac
cording td BUS Track Coach George 113 /

Loper. .

ARM'Ii HAMMERTOQTHPASTE '
AIM CREST Or AQUA-FRESH
With regular season meets just COKE DIET COKE BAKING- SODAis4Z.tr9a.svMc

around the corner, BHS tracksters or SPRITE *>'
plan to use this as a tune up meet.
"" Concern for a lack of participant-\ ; f in VASELINE =-
the girl's events is one of the major PETROLEUM JELLY PETROLEUM JELLY 99" 31"00'/ ,
factors in the upcoming season arrow 4oL ( Umit 1 99t1-zunR "
ding to Loper. ''We,are very short on 9 4ase Com re to,
girls and would certainly encourage I ne. 229 '
girls to'try out for any events
especially in the'sprinting field .
events." I J. J.
The, girl's 'track 'team. will have ,_ DAMP RID' / '
these entries in the events CHARLESWOOD :
following ---- DEHUMIDIFIER
55 meter hurdles-Wendee Hall. 1300, ANTACIDK .. la-oz.' ENTERTAINMENT GIFT BOX OF
meter-Linda Dewitt 400 meter *,1KHT1I1COtI. ,... CENTER Of ,,CHARLIE TE

Michelle Kimutis; 800 meter-Chrry't 79 c: TiSTAND SPRAY. COLOGNE HEARTS
meter-Carol Fussell .' tl9 O4OZ.Mfl
Bogle; 300 ; : )llItmeter.Tammy' C M.MM 7S S.5OZ.M0.1M.
Mann; 4 X 400 relay. .
Pam Boswell, Fussell[, Kimutist and Compare to 2299 4" If I _

Bogle. Mylanta., RIDoAoBUG 119
This season's captains on the girl'steam Limit 1
are Pam Boswell for the sprinting SiLKIENCE INSECTICIDE ,IJmit2 W
events and Michelle Kimutis and (MOiMO.S.M HALSTONSPRAY
Carol Fussell for the mid-distance. SHAMPOO orCONDITIONER 1 COLOGNE, SOLID CHOCOLAT-I-i E
and distance.events. -- 4* i-oz. MEOALUONS Of '
Entries in the boy's events will be CHARLESWOOD: tu..l .oo' HEART BOX
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TWQ)-DOOR Of OPENWALU'MNjtT. '
follows .Sh Stokes 55 S
as : () put.Alan ; 2;
meter hurdl*Tony Him !So' eterdark'Br'ic"uGsne '14 xs0 : ;::". .,. ,. : ;.' \\j.-; !;12-"'I'f .. .1e
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Calvin Thomas; 800 meter run-Henry WILKINSON 1 '
GARDEN HOSE
Cooper: 300 meter run-Lane; 3000
,meter run-Eddie Tennant 4 X 400 DOUBLE EDGE BLADES 3499'WHITMAN"S' 25-oz Tray or4oz
relay. Tony Hill. Lex Sanders; Brad :PACDI OF $/ >xa t-La. Box, Limit 2CHOCOLATE

Russell and Eric Lane 299 lea. lAO '
49C HEART
Captains for ''the boy's, team are '
Tennant for the mid-distance and i TENT or SHELL SHADE I: ,,349' t / CREETINGCARDSpacks ,
distance events and Lane and Russellin FLOORLAMPMEGUIAffS 'M.1M
the sprints. Alternates for the boy's ow..1.111 'umlt 1
team are Roger Jefferson and Wesley TRIGGER. YOUtt CItO '
Johnson. \' WASH 8' u 1.ete 4
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Schedule for the upcoming Brad SOFT ft DR T.o ; 26 _

ford track season will be.'In a later' .AIrT1-PERSPIRAMT' ..a i I ZACHARY VALENTINE
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Bradford 68 Hawthorne 98) 4.... .,tlon. TAPE t I'' &LAWN BAGs'. ) LJLi illMl! Wttfl POOOUttfcOZ.. ENTIRE STOCK Of

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Hawthorne won its eighth straight.I a.$ '5- If. TOTE BAGS
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day night. POUENEX PURE AIR ;, 25% OFF
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Daren Chander with 27 points .rasxeoar .a CONAIR PRO12SOWATT '
and Herbie Cooper with 23,.the Tornadoes BROWNWC MlfCHfLL 900 lien HERITAGE or :.
couldn't hold off the pressure ,WIN THE COLD WA REEL ft ROD' tr ros5leg.+ .a .DRYER ARISTOCRAT-
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from second-state ranked Hornets'r t p ttrirx Recta 1' ,, HEN'S LADIES'
Hawthorne blasted in front 21-13 by COMBO uwvorrsr LEATHERWALLETS
the end of the first period and movedto DRIXORAL
a comfortable 45-28 lead.by the end. MCONOMTAMT 15.98 SSM 16't
of the first half. .' lortuxsra 25 fan has 2-speeds. 11OO I. oadf '
In the third period the'Hornets con- 11.83 SS 88 j

tinued for their third 20-plus quarter 2 speed & 4 heat settings O t : .__ : )
outscoring the Tornadoes 25-14 to take
a 70-42 lead by the end of the period., Umlt 1, *,,,
Bradford did 'rally In: the fourth
quarter with 26 points while holdingthe .:
Hornets to 18,closing the gap to 20.
points,88-68 by the end of the game.
Senior Ed Ray.led the Hornets in BAOMCHIAL
scoring and rebounds with 25 and,'13.
respectively. Reggie, Strickland' SYRUP DM
scored 21 more, and I added another
five assists. .. ...
The' Hornets attempt finish the
season undefeated in. the Suwannee ,
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Score OVT-OOKM.13M SUPER HEAVY DU
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'', .: .:'Bellamy': ba. front1" I 0-J-, .;Maintains! rftedcbook?.balance, even" 6.88 Your..... cost ...
Johnson 2.O.4'FrounMlter' ; 1-1-3,,Mitchellr !, : J .whefl.caCUIatqri.of! ._ bualheats.SWlvelco/'d.: / :
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on health insurance, county In the original call for health In- a /6e; 'f
: commissioners decided Monday, Feb. surance bids, back on Oct. 6, ,Life In- ,? ; t nv
I 6, to stay with present carrier Life Inr vestors rebid and Blue Cross Blue y
vestora. Shield made offers. The commissionrebid : a ;
I ,"We need to build a track record," but received no new bidders on 6irv vt
agreed Commissioner Maxie Carter the Oct. 26,opening. Life Investors 1
I Jr. when Clerk Gib Brown Said the kepi its prices the same as Oct. 6, and ;i' 'tvt t
I Committee recommendation is to stay those are the rates the county
I I put.Brown employees are now paving.
said taking the low bid
received Jan. 9 would save a few Former Hates: ..a
i dollars but that the committee feels a Emp; Family ,
three-year experience rating will be Life Investors $43.68 $o .02
I more Important in the long run in get-
ting major hospitalization' insurance New Rates: ,
,companies to bid. Commissioners Life Investors, .61It 160.21
agreed there is a lack:of interest from Dep. Health '' '55.62 151.50
major companies,who cite the county AppaL Life t 59.76 J52.60
have switched companies year after. Starke BC-BS j" ,52.98 '159.76 ar

year.Newest. Sch. BdJ:,,self-ins.. .44.0T 121,10 ,' 1
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bids from Dependable '
Health in Jacksonville or Appalachian George Itoberts, the county In-
National1 Life Insurance surance consultant, said Monday his
Co. were some $5,000 below Life In- agency has never stopped looking for 1 1vN' ,.
vestors, but Still leave.the 85 county better deal:TM best, Roberts could
employees paying more than the come with was the Appalachian ,
up. ,, Y. I'1' 4 ,aryy'Yrkb ,, ,'
employees in Starke or:of the Brad Life offer, which,'would save -some P '
ford School Board. .$5 500.
I ,It, is costing, county employees, insurance- agent George Roberts a 4iidV A.rw 3'k nw ti$; ri lA tlt,". .:.tw ,.t ', _; .? 4w F, ,k.1)diMfY id i4 a ,
i under Life Investors, $61.11 for,single ,told the commissioners: The health .
coverage;up from$43.68 last year an insurance business has come to 'a tt amp...on LO.l4'I..o".u-"' ..."........ J ''Strat(rhl A.Ate:!.... 1 oohit.y""OtII." "ri
increase of 40 percent. Dependent'coverage ,complete shopping deal." -
costs $100.21 up from$69.02 The problem was turned over to an These (students made xiralghf\(* for the second, six weeks.fhey' : arC C'uriliii. ,stack, I Itllwj.lnl'il lbn. jinn('reexe, Henlna PudKHt. Jessica.
I' last year /an increase of 45 percent. insurance 'committee of Commis- from left to right: Front iti>w"uiiKela' Baker, Tim Crt'wI. Sieve It'will. Fisher', Christina IIrl" m... .nnlfer.JlIrley, !aye: trctze; IJonuhl, Dick I
I Employees have expressed :stoner Maxie Carter ;Jr.t ,CPA, Pat r ,,(%K. Fu iuu.}iaurei: Sanford, ScIl nya,I IIiMlgeN,JemdferJones, and' Strphunle' .Donald,, -".McVVilllams.. jJaniellellersey." ,( V, .
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dissatisfaction with the service from ,Farnsworth, ,and County Clerk Gib
Live Investors but agents George ..Brown. ...1... .' );.. 'p ', ..;2"t. > ,i."I' t. 'ii ,

and Richard Roberts, while not denying :; Before Jan, 9, agent Roberts had .- :-.. ;t' ,
I 1 problems exist; say,the company'will "advised the commission to stick with / Ik
I pay claims George Roberts hasemployees' Life .Investors. build i '.a three-year Starke, r ResidentsjKequest,.. Something to,' be :Done, About Dog Problem, ,
I in his office" insured) vy experience rating With one company, .t""
Life Investors and says the company Then .more companies would, .bid,.. "Bitten':!, by- a German'Shepard whO:!,? take Mayor Jimmy Crosby's sugges- thday\ .: Dogs must be Kept i in the Since' the N dog'could 1 not .located,
I does pay.' Roberts has maintaiend. chased': her drwni while ,riding her1"! : :tion to employ.ra second dog catcher pound 10'' days., before they can be Mrs. Chapman, had no Choice but to
The county is currently paying the But Roberts told commissioners he bicycle 'near- Wainwright Park between -,?' until the current situation is resolved. destroyed under the, present city' or undergo anti-rabies treatment
new rates offered by Life Investors, .didn't know which way to recommendthe Church and Water Sts. in east;,. The council did go along with the dinance. "Mayor Crosby;.agreed with Mrs.
and has been with the company one county go. Starke Jackie Chapman has asked,t';: mayor's.'Suggestion to increase the Mrs. Chapman was bitten Jan 28' Chapman, saying his, wife had to
year. In two more years the county The county has been through Starke commissioners to, dov; ,'pay of dogcatcher Mike Nettles. from and has been Unable to find the owner'ofthe' undergo rabies 'after a dog bite two'
would have a three-year experience Metropolitan, Blue Cross Blue something about the dog problem. ;;ij\ $150 to $200) per month. German Shepard. Someone In, years ago.. But he pointed out, until,
rating, the lack of which the county, Shield;and now is with Live Investors' Nobody denied there is' a dog pro*1 Police Chief Jimr\y Bowen says the the neighborhood,fed the dog about a the council, is- willing to put some
has been told, is the major reason ma paying the premiums on, a 30-day: blem, in ,.hut'lhe commission?,council may have to strengthen its or- year but nobody'claims It, said Al money'into cathing the dogs'thereis
jor insurance companies refuse; to bid cancellation basis. declined Tuesday, ,,, night t. Feb. 7, t'li|\:.dinance' to' J Permit destroying after.. Chapman Jackie's: husband., ,i ,no solution.

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of the Santa Fe River.'all well as where' Little Santa Fe Lake, in proximity to t.02 'parts per i million of mercury concern was that such, findings;,) fork! 'iU"
the Santa Fe Swamp;,, have revealed Samples taken by'' DER Where the being made in' "one* .of .our ( ,, t
further findings of mercury' ,fish, river crosses, US-Mlat the Alachua- rivers" ;, t:; l 964-4642 '
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water, and fresh water clams, according Bradford'' County line contained .58 DER technicians have yet to trace;:, : :: '
DER million. the of contamination..' ; 8DWARE' STORES .
to recent tests parts per cause mercury ; ,,;:
Elevated levels of mercury were Smaller amounts of 'mercury ''but One said itmight be due to natural'', .
discovered in fish and shellfish tissue 'largerthan, expected,were found In phenomenon, while another specialist' : '
during the summer prompting fur 'river sediment downstream No mercury is pot sure the contamination Is not' t; ,, ,_ ,1,00' CI.s .
ther investigation. Early last week ,was found in sediment samples the result ef some type of human activity Variegated : f. VaivoiineMotor Coffee 1
DER officials said water samples had taken from Big Santa Fe Lake. ,,Since mercury is rarely found on..A 1
revealed mercury in one location on Although levels of .2 parts per 'in the natural. environment. i. I FiltctsOP0Wood:" ,
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:, I the river, and sediment tests completed million are 'normal for sediment, v f \ 1 L ,
; i last Friday showed;elevated sampleS, a technical assistant the DEli will conduct additional tests of c; ithPole.t; Cleaning r.Oil\ ; .. .. : 'A : :- :- :
('"' mercury levels in five other'areas: regional office DER office in Jacksonville fish samples from the river and both'( \. rg >k-

'.I The ,highest amounts, of the metal 1.., saidhe. ;, ., I levels<<; found}in Santa, Fe. lakes within th? next*, two months. ," d..er 101rV30 40 /P'so.l '' ,
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'A plan J by Raymond ijeath of Tam what to do with 1trMayoriIobert 30,1983 from CPA Pat Farnsworth 6f \
pa to open a'combination barbecue Scott then added; "I Davis, Monk & Farnsworth Mobile Home DecorationsSodech t
; and package store. and lounge on' have checked 'and we'don't. have a "This is an excellent audit, as, : -
I.t., US-301 in Lawtey' in the. building zoning law prohibiting;,this." usual, and it has been a real pleasure '! :; '. ": Roof:, j.t Vf1Coating ": 1/
)' previously occupied by Gary's: Quick At that point Rosier blurted, "If we working' with Mrs, (Clerk Lucille! > 'f. __ ',
," Stop and Barbeque was heard Mon don't have any say over it,what. is this Shuford: There are'no recommendations Cleanser #;' ..', :( m--Ate '
'', Feb. 6 Commissioners ?'"" that need to be ma'dd ,a ).
day night;. ,.by Lawtey man doing here Or changes "
'j Heath quickly added,,".! would Just at this time and all recommendationsfrom r I 'C:
?j Heath;'born and raised in Lawtey, like everyone to be aware of what I the last audit have been. .im$ 99c. $; :v. .
lives in but presently to do.'* 13 78''I' Windshield'! '
,,' now Tampa; am planning plemented. ,1Ib. ,
owns the property He presented his Commissioner Laura Harris said .
i-i plans at the council's regular meeting "We 'shouldn't have any problem .. "Washer. OQCtiFreeze .
.', Monday night, Feb. 6. Heath has not because you are willing to work withus Was advised by John Mann that his Strap. 20 Piece 'J I Gal.
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.'1' yet received a liquor license; but sees' 'and, cooperate In' this matter." opening up a county-wide minibusservice Finesse I'
i1 no problem in this regard and: plans. to Heath! ;agreed wholeheartedly,' !for local residents. Mann..cur* Gate Hinges StonewareDinnerware !ii .. .r
;-r. open within two months: "' '" rently has a,66-passenger'bus and ._ .....;Mi< ; r
Yn,, "Personally, I would like to see newbusiness In other action, the council: 10-passenger( and plans to be in 3" 'to' 10'" ,, '"
in .Lawtey,1'' said Councilman 'operation by March or before bet tI
Marvin Rosier "...if this man', -Heard a complimentary ween Bradford. County! :,and I I.:,l" ":" No.4025 WasheriessKitchen ; .
owns the property, we can't tell him report for the fiscal year ending Sept. Gainesville. r.. from $1,23' Sets >
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Mrs 0''Lewis Wilson holds ii filir iulr iia, made l.v the onl.v black doll company' in A "Total l ''Collector"...

,America one of the many rare dolls hi her, large collection.Mrs. Mr:'l4'ttlH Wilson ilfxcrllx-H herself Km.Mtoiul C: llffttW"or dolls a.. In *vi-, Mrs IVilMon Is one of the eo-fouIKI"I'tIor'tJae' Doll-Ings Doll Show in Cainexville.an << .

Wilson, and many other vollrt'tortt will be slmuiuf! off their'' collellloiiti: dent from thi. photo of her large folh'Ctkm: dominiitlng ate -entire wall In her' event which has grown steadily In popMlm.ily.ince .brgiin uintt years.ago.c .
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Had It not been for Lewis Wilson's brainstorm nltleyea ago there Wouldn'tbe years,by missionary friends serving- in foreign countries 'antique dolls and facial features are synonymous to the country it represents These are unlike

a Doll-Ings of Gainesville doll show in the Main Street Gainesville Mall this reproductions: advertising dolls; and the latest doll crazes such as the doll of the Madame Alexander dolls, Lewis pointed out whose facial features are then.
Saturday : the Star Trek series Star Wars and of course, E.T. : : same but the costumes are'different and representative of that particular :

A charter member of the Doll-Ings of Gainesville, Mrs Wilson was presidentthe "I've'collected dolls since 1 was born ." said Lewisvfand I kept all'my dolls country. 'V .,
year the annual event started and it has- gained so much support and en and took care of them I always thought my tiolls came to life at night. I'd even' Another unusual doll (In her collection is a Japanese doll which cornea equipped -*:

thusiasm from doll collectors and doll lovers over the years; it has continued cover them- up and leave the tea set out in case they got hungry/' she.laughed. with six different wigs. The wigs signify different ages of the doll. J" rW
successfully and has grown in participation every year. ', Her.favoriteamangallher'dollsispretty(Scarlet O'Hara.whicb Is a'Madame Her collection also consists of tw 'Hopi' dolls. These are unique and interesting

Members of the Doll-ings of Gainesville a club of 25 members, 'are not allowed Alexander and one she acquired in 1939 when the movie ''Gone With the Wind". Indian dolls, '. ..*, < .'

to enter their dolls in competion, but serve as judges giving other doll 'collectors came out. John ,Wayne even collected these"Ishe'Said' pointing to her John.Wayne. : .
'the opportunity to win the blue ribbons. Lewis said she had the opportunity to meet the famous dolt makerMadameAlexander doll I .

Mrs. Wilson Is an avid doll collector dating back to her childhood and Is evident in. 1974 at national doll convention held in Miami and that she, Recently, Lewis gave a talk to her doll club on,advertising dolls and used her:

as you walk into her music room. Row after row of shelves line the walls ofa found her very personable and mindful of othersi' t. ,' i collection during the demonstration. .
remodeled carport, which Lewis uses as her music studio and are.filled. with. "Each of my dolls has its own personality,*' she sakV'and a'story behind'it.""! These dolls consist of the Jolly Green Giant the Morton Salt Girl, Sailor Jack ;

every kind of doll imaginable teddy bears and stuffed animals. The Raggedy Ann and Andy set, that leans lazily upagainst the wallJ.was the from Kracker Jacks Mr, .Peanut,, Popeye and Olive and the Campbell Soup

When asked how many she had Lewis replied: "Why count them'; I Just enjoy'' ,last thing she asked Santa Claus to bring her when she was in the sixth grade\ Twins among others'. > oT'; / .'v .
them." unbelievably, she has noduplications. '. Lewis says her mother still gives her a doll every Christmas which must bet '.; ., ..'1' .. .J'l: :
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specialize in any certain type Of doll in her collection. She collects them all Some of her dolls come from garage,sales and green stamps. One such doll is, ., p ?

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Jerry doow.rr Shew.TM BHS Bond Boosters will present two shows by Jerry Clover, Center. for Health arid Fitrwu. COM! .. or. (r.. lo compr h.miw* mmfen and 52 fr\\., !a91.lotlv..I0". "i a I" #11"1', "c.I'I., .; ': r.' xvA' /' ,I'

on. at 7 p.'m.: and on. at' .4 p.m.. Saturday, Feb. 11 'In th* Bradford' High School class or ,$40 for th' Bight w..k t...510't. ,'r.on. .1.! ..,Call\ % ... Auditorium. -' : .L8'\I. .< 1 ,(..,. .'',-- .. '1. .'. '" I., ;' .,.' ,.'.'0'' ;
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and .. from Hampton will also be -, noon at 4:30: In room 126 at Union County School1.' Ala ; .:.
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test cost $14.30 end all applicant must register In advance by calling 496-2043 or com Kvyiton Nlghtawlt... Night v".ion o Ck bme.t i.ocendTu..dey c4 ',,:' /': t": : : ., '

down and fogl.tor"on'Mondoy or Thursday evenings at UCHS from 7.10 p.mtT oath. month at 7:30: p.m.at first. Baptitt Church In Kytton ? V.ifi{ /'' %Th. Pididda' scot. Muum.' ", > jump! ." ,,' : :

Pas this lest and earn your Florida High School Diplpmq: |If you' or. registered In the ii, .' W.dneiday : ,--.The Coinvill*'muum <*atur.. a Florida cove, five Florida'.cosy.t.m',, 1n* 1ioA ol
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GED Pr.p Course at th* Union County Adult School Program GED sample test, ..tudymal.rlal. North Florid Clnb. l Cuftar SoclWf ,...m.1 Its monthly twwling < a< $t> '_ Florida' Hi.)ofyd SaiurOn !
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Mark Frledlln drawbacks and have decided to "set
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M r. A !Mnique, act began at Starke'8 while They: have recently: purchaseda
5r Econo-Lodge last week when hpuse\ near Kissimmee and plan to
guitarist Chris Drake and, keyboar sew .in.the Orlando area for the;ext
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collection of puppets combined with "We had a lot of fun on the'road but
years of musical experience all wrap it can also be a grind,especially after
r ped up In variety act which has been six years straight," Whitman said.
delighting audiences all across the "We take two weeks off each year but
country. after,a while you get tired of all the
travelingj The market in-Orlando is
"Bill and I started out In Las Vegas, big' and getting bi just all the time.
playing in an eight piece show band," We feel we can do aS wlIln one
C l Chris Drake said as they assembledtheir spot for! a white.''. .

stage set-up for the evening's The family oriented act the two put
: performance. "Then we got tired of oq, rn',puppets has. broad
appeal -
: dealing with so many other people ,helped out" by the, talented pairs
and split off .by ourselves, At about musical experience i ;
the. same time, we started putting ,
together Ideas for what we call a. Whitman, a: native f Washington
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'jazz-country-pop' variety act D.C. plays keyboardswhlle': Drake
been having fun with the show and doing who grew!up'In Daytona and attended
well with it ever since." Florida' State University; plays

guitars,
The talented duo will put on a free the''
performance for elementary age "We're not like: Muppets as
children at the Econo-Lodge on S.R. many people might' think at first,"
'301 -_"' ,ff'--""' '' -' ''-''''-- ... ____ -.. but it might be a good Idea tb> come the' popular syndicated television
4 Photo! by Mark Frl dlin! early because of the high demand fof show are somewhat: 'inescapable'
Funny Friends.... the limited number of seats available. 'You have to see.thelhow/ to unders

I Chris: Drakcal( rights and BUf Whitman have created a unique musical dhow The pair have over:,:.!". popular' songs! to draw from during their,act?.which The pair have been traveling v a tand spoof what on I mean. It's a spoof really,
filled with a funny,collection of;puppet who serve as sidekicks to the two they describe as a "musical tpoof which includes pop, jazx and country. around the country with their act for lot of fun with popular it and musicWe have a
talented musclans who have been entertaining crowds al Starke's .=collo- : lge The;pair.\\lIl put on a free show (flelllt'ntar3.age'childrell! the! ticono: 'the past six years but'have recently .. audiences', do j
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:: by Ann H.Sponholt&SPECIAL. A.: ., :But ,the' doctors at the Shriner's the doctors thought that they would' Jessica was suffering from I'juvenile I
.FEATURE WaIT fL' ; Hospital quickly decided that the have to put a pin Jessica's knee and .rheumatoid, arthritis.\ ,
\ / 't. severity of Jessica's condition needed each week move the pl1\to a new position No one,knows;the! 'cause- ,and of j
Comic: Jerry Clower'makes m'' t, .' Jessica Brandis Is hoAe.( faIt immediate attention, and Jessica was until Jessica.'s Jeg','ss straight, course theH is no.. cure forrheumatoid'arthritis j,
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11 when he records his next live ( year-old Jessica! afld! her mother, "They' said that putting it (treat, painfulRans\vejpt: / >,.::1"; the Shrincfc: Hospitar are',very op'j 3
album in Starke; tI Karen, left KeYftol1e'lIelghts for the merit) off"fnJlch longer would havecaused "Yo 've got a mira'cYbje,:' said a UmistlA:' bout Jv&sica's; prognosis. I IT.lie"told
The entertainer's two perfor Shriner's 'Criptiled Cliildren'.s permanent, damage," said CltwlnAM'a Hospital staff memMztt..,. : Karen,,that because less
mances, hosted by the Starke '. 1 Hospital in Greenv!Ue, S.C.; Karen. if Karen when after only -.i(than,four Joint were affected it will

Band Boosters Club,will result in 'When, they"1 eft 7ch *.Greenville, Not only wa's Jessica's 'ankle physical:\ therapy, Jessica's leg.was pr obaUly:! 'go away by the'I tim?Jessica I
an album titled STARKE RAV : r e ,f,= .I Jessica had, already gone .through swollen and painful, but her leg had onca again straight. /.reach s' her teens"It: ) ';" i; ]
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MCA Records the longest of any swollen right foot became more painful ..use her foot her leg had become vir- Aity the agony of seeing your childsuffetOnd X Pleat ; ?Jp,38iC(
''cc ic/humorist on any major for her to use and eventually cause tually useless.Accordr ; nQt knowing why soon endS .
record label.Performances l. ed the active, little toddler to get ed for;.tbe'Brandst, family, too. The *' .*, "' .' "l 1 r&)i- \," '. .I

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p.m. at the Bradford High School diagnosis: aften.each Devaluation remained .
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will also be performing: Affiliated; entered'the .frustrated tVfeplPiclfits!f }' r' 1. .c._ ::. '" .,
S(1fer and f't,+,: Nashville Will' e >-worldafJeysica'sparegts't?lennand ,,
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St,4rke tyro lays before the event; ad/tt Clower'.manager,Tandy ;,; tfly AK sit n BiMJ4i5Arid? on December 30, J. ( ;(? ''J : :
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Value Hardware, Starke-Bradford County Karenf yq t : 65 f. ,.
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[, .Vanderbilt '. 11, In the Bradford High School Auditorium. Imagination and, he, elts the...tedlJy ;gOld:! ..life

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Designer dress and be'purchased front ''True Value Hardware., life In '
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,John Tison heaves 76' of Nicevmt, Maines Reaves of. Nicevillej'. three William Leon, Shaw' 77, of Lake Mary Gray of Jacksonville,' ing a brief illness. Woodard, all ,of Trenton three

1 died Wednesday, Feb. 1, at his horn,, daughters, Earlene Rite of Fort Butler dled'Sunday aternoonln: the., Waters of Lake City Hazel Tyre of Born and raised in .Lawtey, Mrs. brothers, H.C. Crews of Hudson Fla.,
". Retired from civil service work at Worth Texas Geraldine Friar of Lake City Medical Center after a Frisco City Ala. and Sandra Ware of Woodard moved to Trenton for Elmer "Bunt" Crews of Moorehead

\) Eglin Air Force Bases Mr. Reaves Louisville Ky.. and Johannah. brief illness. Omaha, Nebraska: 20) grandchildren several yeara. She moved back to City. N.C. and Glen Crews of Starke;

J was a member of First United Hataway of Ntcavilte: ; one sister '' Born Columbia County Mr. Shaw' and 19 great grandchildren. Lawtey about a year ago;She was the two sisters, Linda Boatwright of

a Methodist Church at Nlcevtlle; a Mrs. Edna Hutchinson: of In- lived his entire life !In Columbia and Funeral services were held Tues daughter of the late ,-Commodore Lawtey and Vera, Clayton of Jackson

member of the Okaloosa Masonic terlachen: ; IS. grandchildren. and 13 Union counties;j. was retired from the day at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Archer Crews: and Mamie Bradley Crews+ of ville. I. .
1 Ledge No. 312 F&AM; of NicevtHe; a grea -gtandchildren. '; turpentine business and he had owned Funeral Home of'Lakes Butler' with Lawtey and was a''member"of the Funeral services were held Tues

member AFGE Local 1897., and wasa and operated+ Shaw's L.P. Gas in Lake Elder Kenneth M. Williams of'ficiating. Lake view Baptist Church !in Clear- day Feb. 7, in the Chapel the Archie "
member of the First United Funeral services were held Friday City. He attended Primitive Baptist Burial was in Dekle water. Tanner Funeral Home at 2:30
Methodist Church Men's Club in Feb: 3, at the First United Methodist Church. Cemetery;under the direction\ Ar p.m. with the Rev. Gary Heath officiating. ,

." Niceville. tie had been a resident of Church at NiceviUe with ,' burial in Survivors include his wife Mrs.: ', cher Funeral Home, Lake Butler ',' Survivors include her husband Billy Burial' was in 'Lawtey

the Niceville area for the past 37 Rocky Mountain Cemetery Revs. Edward Alice Shaw of Lake, Butler F. Woodard; two sons*:James Roy Cemetery''' with Archie Tanner
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Ma Barker is back!I' kitchen. She says the'job lit Harold's is ideal for her /'"
Mary Barker is a good old-fashioned, down-home since she can enjoy cooking without having: to worry P 1 ,
Southern country cook. She's known to almost about the problems of business that go with running a k 4r t tani"
everyone as "Ma" Barker and she's back in the kil- restaurant. "I put in my 40 hours and thru go( home and i .
chen again after a short leave of absence. don't have to worry about it," she says. ; k n -
Ma is creating fine Southern meals in the kitchen at Harold's is owned by Harold Hiddix of''l..ike Butler II
lIurold's.ltestaurunt on SW 4th Ave. in Lake Butler. and was just recently opened; It's managed by
Ma got back into the kitchen after closing her own Jeanette Hart who ban been in the restaurant business .
restaurant in Worthington Springs which she operated "for five years I ,.
for about I year. She moved her restaurant to Wor- ,...1( h
thington after serving customers; in (the Mttcclcnny '
area for 5 and '1/2 years. 'With Ma Barker in'the kitchen creating (the meals +
Anyone who knows her can tell you that as a cook. and Jeanette in the office doing the orders balancing ( ,
Ma Barker can certainly stand he heat. So why did< get out of the kitchen? Harold's has! combinntionlhnt just can't lose. *
"I was putting in a lot more hours than t wanted to.; Harold's is a country restaurant that concentrates\ on '
she said. The cooking was the easy part for Ma, but .breakfast and lunch. Due) of Ma's specialties biscuits An Honesl-to-Goodness Down-Home Country ..Cook.Ma ... .
cooking isn't all there is to running a restaurant and Harold's has a breakfast biscuit sandwich wilt
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"There was a lot of paperwork. I had to do and order biscuits homemade by a real country cook. ," ; Marker (left shows ing and things like that.' she continued. Harold's is open from 7 a.m. to :3 p.m. with a wide, Msiuif while Munatfer; Jrniirlle, Hart makes sure running a rrklitiirunl In tat tI\1I ltI\lUll1ill"umltuusfH .
Ma says that all those extra things were taking too. variety breakfast and lunch items to choose from; -\oitiling runs smoothly tit Ihlr"..,'.. n'illirallt1I1'h .her ton much wurry..11 Harold's she ran enjoy prepar| I
much of her time and causing her too much worry so Drop by Harold's for breakfast one morning und /say: just recently <<<>JM>IIIM| In l.iikr.ltiiilcr. lug food \\ithont<< lint log| the lulditiotilll, .worries of running
1 she gave up running hour own restaurant.' hello, to Ma. Barker. ;.Ma used to<< own her own rt'slauruiti<< III'cu.tlllll"tcm the rehtiiiirinil .thul'H irfl| up t. Jeanette: "f

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auctioneer dies at 61 : .'.:' boundaries of the original 13 colonies was Abraham ." .. ,," Learn: how YOU can earn'U'pito:' .".. ..
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Angaleta Hay mans, widely knownas Thompson. She was also'(featured on I ; .; .1. :;' :.
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people all across North Florida, Miss Haymans was well-known for AND .RUNNING : ,
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died Monday. her support The 61-year-old Ha'ymans was grains in the area donating her time Check Out Our Super Duper : ; Tuesday Februnrytl4'F '. \ rV: i.
known for her work in auctioning pigs to serve as auctioneer at youth : \ oc." "
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and promoting the swine.industry allover events. ," ". I,\, : a.m. Luncheon } I
North Florida. Miss, February. .t /
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was-.always on hand to perform for "We will really miss her," said "' U t-; tIJ ., 4.\\-'\-'. ( .. '.

Cattle auction Auctions afficionados during at the(the Swine IradfordCounty and Warren Carver Swine, treasurer. Association(of theBradfordUnion : S'peciais(8utDon'llell :w..i'r ,H"I".4 .t ': t HOt N. Temple Ave,. '(US,''301)N*.:.,) .'"*

Fair and'was well-known by A scholarship fund'in memory of ( : the Bos.Shrimp .)' rEBSPECIAL' .: 1 !t'" k.! :&/' Starke, Florida 'r''wi :, '., > -
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people in the' pig and cattle raising Miss. Haymans is being set up by the A ." :. "

business all over (this area Alachua County Youth" Livestock Dinner, .SHRIMP $. : ..I,. '.
The" 1982 Bradford Fair '
County auction Association. .
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program was dedicated to her in She is survived: by.her;mother}Mrs, Shrimp Of i Complimentary Reservat ons,:required
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recognition for the years she had been Sallie C.: Haymans of Gainesville; a : acg. ,
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She' hOld.been an auctioneer andring'clerk Gainesville; a niece. Linda I., 4.25 .: Call toll-free for reservations:
at the Gainesville Williams .of Jacksonville: and a .' "" ., '" ,p/ trdlt'" ; .'
Livestock Markel for about 10 years. nephew lloyt "Skip."Jlaymami. III( of. '8, oz. New York Strip ."'\\i;.: "7.": ., .' 1.800.282'2010' .:
according to market owner Tommy Winter P lf5.! '

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applying for $1,000 college scholar- their lthmb;'H ess, rltyr; state .t fatcrienU.'is. ,1..Stt: 'T.-fr--r i.-T vrvvffT'>"l>lVNASD ;/'' -
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March 15, 1984 from the Educational average. Fifty award winners will be SIAka. 'r' : \_ ; __/ PSA
Communications Scholarship. Foundation selected on the basis of academic performance '' *'' .: ,
721 N. McKinley Road, Lake ,. involvement in extracur- : 301 South n, 5tar e ,, rl'm..nl! {Bankers '' "
Forest, Illinois 60045. ricular activities and need for finan- '0006 N. dale'AAabry .s Suite- 213 .Tampa, Florida! 33418Community
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4-11 'members from counties '
throughout the U.S. are making plansto .. Co ingSoon t
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attend one of the Cooperative Ex- ,
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successful programs offered' -- I
Citizenship Washington Focus. Hideaway ; : ),. .

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pected to attend this 25-year-old program .WALpO '. L ::\ ,A' few
next summer jn Washington ;
I>.C. Their classroom will he the na HAS I' :x >'./ :
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in June July or August. Many of .
these teenagers will have an oppor- 1 rr '"
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representatives to discuss problemsand d
possible solutions to real-life con- 'During : .CustomersHour .
cerns related to economics .

agriculture more. energy.conservation and .j ; \ I.,, .:
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Their home base for the week will .J-1iijI. .,
be the National 4-11 Center a 1 II '., I I
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the outskirts of Washington. : AutomaticTeler :
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elections: They':.also toured, federal > ". -
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agencies and visited historical sites. I .
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friendships.States and shared;|,ideas,concerns teenagers. :>and* J.t crrflln'C f RGE, .' t Win, a. !$2)0; ) ,:'SiIVi WI- ',
The program inspires tbecome.actlve I 9M
involved citizens in'1 C'--Y"' 1 > bynatuing I new'Debit Card for o \ : '
when "anr, } automaticFcbntty '
their communities" they. return t J., : ,' (

home.For more ''information about the ,{Z B i i tp. ; '. ,COn et-will'run., : from: Febrruaryw1a: jru::1 !, 11J* : ;. .. J

program;contact Carolyn Redding at '



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II IIt'I F Inmate Stabbed to Death by : \ I

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I A 25-year-old prison inmate died \ Skipper said Walker was on ,, In'possession of a ,
, Friday morning (February 3) shortly at about 9 a.m. when he was John Donald Atterbury was was found guilty of
after being stabbed with a'homemI twice in the chest. A'work squad by correctional officers, mate Horace .
I made knife by another inmate, accor- being formed at the, time,. removed a homemade weapon In June of 1982 (that !
ding to Department of Corrections means several correctional ;: him. said Skipper. K-WIng at FSP, ;
spokesman David Skipper, A fellow 'were on the wing when. the that State Attorney .,'
inmate has been, charged with the. took place. .' Skiptried. State Attorney Thomas tarek. He was
stabbing. was notified and charges are ., consecutive. < ,
A prison doctor pronounced filed against:\ Atterbury.
i e victim, Terrence Augustusv dead at 9:56 a.m. in the prison stranger to Bradford Court- Atterbury was
.ter, began serving a 25-year man- after all emergency efforts Atterbury was on trial sentence for
life sentence for firstdegreerturder The body was t 8, 1982 for attempt to com of a firearm by a ;
from.. Duval.. County- in. 1980. Gainesville. for an autopsy: said" murder-first degree and inmate Broward County. ,!

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A'27-year-old Lawtey man on parole Judge Black 'sentenced' Griffis to charge of exchange, transfer and
for possession of Counterfeit money' seven years January 27,1982; at that ,, delivery.of counterfeit money. .
was sent to federal prison February 1"' time he was confined for three mon- Griffis will serve the remaining'
after a hearing in Jacksonville where ths. Griffis( pled guilty to the federal. sentence of six years and nine monthson
evidence was submitted to indicate he the counterfeiting conviction.
violated his juana to a Juvenile near a Law ei con-
parole by breaking a
venience ,
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state law. '
Judge ,Susan Black hear the Griffis' Bradford case has been ,
Carl Edward "Pee Wee" Griffis, evidence against Griffis, revoked his placed on the March trial calendar. ? 'r
Jr. was arrested Sept. 6, 1983 by federal parole and instructed federal According to Investigator Wiley .,
Patrolman William Tlllotscnv Tlllot- authorities take Griffis .to federal. Clark, Gnffis will be prosecuted for r
son,said he saw Griffis selling.mari- prison immediately. the possession and sale of marijuana: ;
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Bradford County Traffic Criminal Court Finals then. match ; :
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: cases were scheduled on the Bobby Dean Major, no valid driver Robert Richie O'Steenno valid 'pa Why? Because ( / t
Bradford County Traffic-Criminal license, pay cost $35. '"" ',: driver license,dismissed pay cost$10.:, ,"- :;:"find a wider '
Calendar January 30; The following Bobby Dean Major, unlawful speed, << Alton Lamar Moore driving While' materials! in I
defendants appeared before Judge fined $3 : .j: licsnes suspended'or revoked, fined. coverings than Ji '
H. Pierce. 'Terry A.Vogt, driving while license .! $ii9.25. ; ; '" 4as!you well : :; ; ) 'I':
ayne Douglas'Crawford, driving' suspended or revoked, fined $59.25. : Alton Lamar Moore, improper. tag, 'mixed i to match \
,GI'Ie intoxicated, fined .$281.50 David Lester O'Quinn, driving ;fined' $59.25.Steven desired. i(
nee s suspended six months, placed' .'while license suspended or revoked, A. Easton,. improper driver Carpets are
Salvation license, ,cost$35. ,,
er Armsupervision, fined $59.25V! pay 'Variation 'or'" ; '
mst complete 50 hours community r selections ,
service work, 'and attend are :
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while intoxicated (DWI) school limited, than : I
Wayne Douglas Crawford, driving INCOME :''SEIWICE- ; hold furnishings ; ,
wfih unlawful alcohol blood level and : showroom today'; "
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no"valid driver license, dropped by rther 18teI* J
state attorney. : 'J.E. Milligon Accounting Services carpets for home ', it
Kenneth. James Stephens,- driving.w ;:, ...
{le intoxicated, fined $544 spend' thru T i!i ,.
flfi weekends in jail, attend ,DWI 'Monday Friday :'
license five ; & C
Lot suspended years
placed on one year probation,pay fine Evening :& Weekend. by Appojntrpent: 131 N. : '.
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within six months Salvation 'Army
supervision. AmortizationSchedules; '. y', :I y\ .. :Stake/.i ? ; a ; : :: > i
Kenneth James Stephens,, driving .., 4 ,
wale license suspended or revoked, ) : : t. ;: $ I
fined $59.25: \ NEXT'TO POST OFFICE -.ffti-r.! ; 9Wt.BS9a. .

illie Robinson, Jr., driving while :: f
in xicated, fined .1281.50\ licenses : '
ended six months, Salvation Ar- M... ,
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illie Robinson Jr. .while
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Ight :A\ o driving i . ,. GALiTOR'- I I'
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die whjfre issed license-suspended< or revoked,, i r .. 0"i : '

Wight Anthony Tipton, imprope "
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1 I tjalya; Peacock' Moore, violationi "" Feed

1 i driver license restrictions. ,. paid. $25 Adkins
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l sc rte of accident, fined 5925. 6_ !'11 I ...
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I $5i"n: CraigTCbprile*.'''' '\ ,l. 'no' "tag" : r'ne f. J -. ;,J f\: fifr"o Y l : ,; l fMori. loos. Wed. -Thor. Fri. & Saf. :' ;

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j' .adford" Land' Sales '. Wine DELUXE Cooler FEATURES Rack', 8'OO: tUl <6"OO: '

: ; rrWgelivof Feb* uaJtJ; ; 1" MS20A8 ; _" : ;

t I 'IaHd"bale''transactions-S were i .., .
deli, in Bradford 'County last Y$ "
i for a total of $234,500. 8) Ji"S. AdmiralIIi
: rk'aB Akdins sold a parcel of18E'0" : .
t US-301 just south of Starke too ,
( "., Creek Ranch, Inc. for''' r ,.;.. ,, ,f .,Home Appjance&l|
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Benjamin and Sun Hankerson sold
of land on Pleasant Grove DELIVERY & NORMAL INSTALLATION 1 INCLUDED 4j
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and Linda D ; :
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'B'?, and DorisS- Martin soldlotllt ..."S ,'
.( Bedford Shores to Robert a matt..ir3 Speed ,Queen ;
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Si Reck for $30 000. '
& ? ) sold an acre ti : Automatic :
1;pd'Pleasant" Grove Rd.,to, ; 3 Feed .
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I W/W/ Patty Warren for$4,000. ,Waster and _
. .. mdrie D. Edwards sold Iota 12 ,
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an '3 f block 5, Santa Fe ShoreaJo; ; .- .' ; \ Wyef" :Fresh : ,
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'C { ,.Edwards $8,000..' : (Delivered: Weekly) ,
laoo.Thomas sold lot?!of New

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I News BriefsBurglary '\n 80t PO r HAT Tltl/ J/)8.. -'" u I
MAY E IF I STARE. AT m ...UIl ON,.; C
CAW M&/S7W LONG I
Arrest David Ballinger pled no contest to Tom Blackwell, 55, was arrested lNO/J'/ JILL, GO A\JA'I. 1 ...i'.
driving while license suspended or February and charged with no valid I II
Leads to More ChargesA revoked, fined $39, six months Salvation driver. license, according, to
Army supervision. Patrolman Paul Rhoden. '., .
19-year-old Starke man arrestedfor David Ballinger. pled no contest to Bond for the charge was set at$50,
burglary and carrying a concealed wtUuIwantoneCk1esa driving, 30 Blackwell was released after he

grand weapon theft was and further petty theft charged while with in days in Jail (suspended), fined contest$85.50. posted a cash bond. '", .' I
David Ballinger, pled no
the county Jail.Leartis Jefferson. was arrested fleeing or attempting to elude, fined Starke Driver Cited,' f:!
$35, six months Salvation Army (conc ._ _
February 1 and barged with two For Careless DrivingKevin
rrent)
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counts Patrolman of burglary David Crum., according Jefferson to David Ballinger, pled no contest im- Dean Un derhill.,of Starke ....... .. ...... .. ., 0 r ;.;. .ro'.. ; 1n"1' J., liIwMn(? I"\I1 \
took from a proper tag, concurrent months was cited for careless driving in an
aUedgedly some change
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Salvation Army ( : ) accident February 4, to
according
Lake
vehicle parked near the school. He Edwards Butler Youth .
Thomas M. pled guilty
later returned with tools and removedthe Patrolman D.1.-Groves.. crt. The Month of
intoxicated fined $544, Wrecks Lincoln
driving while
AM-FM tape deck from the same Iris John Hamilton, 42, of Lawtey,
vehicle While placing him in custodya one 10 days year(weekends probation)Salvation in Jail, 50 Army hours, driving a 1973 Chevrolet was stopped A 16-year-old Lake Butler youth ap- FIBRUARY
traffic
awaiting to clear make left
table knife which had been groundto community work, must attend DWI a parently fell asleep at the wheel, 1 ;
when he
turn struck In
the
was found on Jefferson was rear wrecking the 1982 Lincoln '
a sharp point he was
school, license revoked five years. JIn "
said Crum.It Harley Waldron, admits allegationsof by a 1984, Ford pickup, driven' by driving.John WSALE
Underhill.
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was later learned Jefferson had R. Dukes was westbound
violation of probation petition, on ,
forced his way into a house on Pine St. ( Underhill., and passenger TeresaWray 'SR-100() February 4 when his vehicleran
sentence concur-
same as contempt
and was caught by the victim who rent), were taken by Rescue 60 to off the roadway and went into the !
was sleeping In the bedroom. Jefferson Bradford Hospital according to ditch, according to Trooper J, H. 964-6300( Most Items
removed from the wallet Paramedic Dan Cuddington. Horler. ,
money '
of the victim who went after Jeffersonand 2 Burglaries RecentlyIn Damage to the pickup was $2,500. Damage to the Lincoln was$8,500Inthe 1517 Besient Road at least
Damage to the Chevrolet was $800 in
recovered his money. Union CountyTwo accident. The press release listedno
Total bond for the charges was set the 8:55 p.m. accident. <' .. injuries to Dukes; Starke 10%
at$2,500.He remains In custody of the cases of breaking and entering ., "., off
Bradford Jail. have been reported to the Union Coun- I '
CQunty ty Sheriff's Department recently.The .. i Others from 25% to 50% off
first was at the home of Bernice I. 't '

Leaves Lawtey Truck Inmate StopAn Holmes Roberts Holmes to was the recuperating police in Lake report Butler.from, Mrs.According a Fred's' L.p!-"Gas' & Ice Co. I Check" Our '"


inmate at Lawtey Correctional heart attack and away from home for 431-1670 \"' 431-1231 BARGAIN BARREL
Institution is reported missing from three weeks. Upon her return, she FOR EVEN LOWER PRICES'CaH ;
work detail, according to found two televisions missing, one 24'Hour
his James Wainwright. 19-inch color and one portable black Office for information on classes. in
Superintendent
Inmate Lofton O'Neil, 29, a black and white. Also missing were a televi- Service, Located .Smocking Knitting Needlepoint" ':
sion box and some coins. .
missing at ap-
male, was reported Bulk
from the The second case occurred at the = at Poor
8:30
proximately Baldwin Truck Stop pm.February 7, said home of Alice Hamilton in Lake ft ., so'ys'Cynnder
Butler where a 10-inch black and :
Wainwright.O'Neil is serving a sentence of six. white television was stolen. Grocery

years for burglary of a dwelling and Gas :Raiford PRICE
grand theft from Leon County. He ar Traffic Violations
rived at LCI in March 1983. .
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Leon Burroughs Fraser, 53 ,
Melrose was arrested February 3 anticharged '"
Vehicle Totaled with driving with unlawful We ,Welcome. New Customers
alcohol blood level and driving while \
Two Sent to ShandsA intoxicated accoraing to PatrolmanPaul Call For Information. About Using Our

single car accident sent two Lake Fraser Rhoden.was stopped on US-301 north I.P..Gas ." .
Butler residents to Shands in
Hospital at 11:29: his alcohol blood con-
p.m.
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Gainesville Ular C. Banks February, 24, 5.driving a 1974 T tent Bond was for.18 percent.the- charges was set at .0 o And Cylinders' DISCOUNT LIQUORS

Pontiac,was westbound on CR-238.10 $600. Fraser was released on his own \
miles west.-01'Lake Butler when his ., OP "' ; BeerWine Mixers
recognizance. : N 8-N'pm > 431,12318r,43 f'1670 ;
vehicle ran off the road onto the right ,
Owned Price'IWlse-Stcres
shoulder. Banks overcorrected, turn- locally .
ing his'vehicle sideways and collided Lakeland. Charges was Hubert arrested Grier February, Jr. of 5 Joined Together To,Save' You 'Mangy _"

with bounced a tree off and broadside.went backwards The vehicle into and charged- with driving to'while Patrolman intox- C IS. ...', tJ QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ",

another;tree, according to Trooper O. William icaated,'Tillotson.according '*; i pB _. u .... .. ,... .... ... ..,...
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C. Roberts. Grier $ north;*,''.,: .
was stopped on ent.s..
Banks.and Little Jones, "
passenger. .h :t J
his blood alcohol content was .29 per
27, were taken to Shands where Banks cent. > I

in was stable treated condition and released.at press'Jones time,was according Bond for the charge was set at$300, TheWilder ukJb' 'I', '. ,rI : .
he was released on his: own'recognizance. ; 'I. 'Jack

Banks-wag f; hospital(..charged spokesperson.with reckless ,Gang ....'' .hJ. I Daniels 'i :. ",. 'ScfisnJey' .

driving improper tag and no driver Edward Youmans, 21,'of Keystone.. r' < 'Early''times' ) 'J i 'Vodka
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license,;said Roberts. Heights was arrested February 3 for; \ rnIDA1 \, : : 1 ::1 i Black. ; I 'I' 'JI.t.t.I.: .
Damage to the Pontiac was $500'. ,' .
driving while license suspended* > ';NlGtit'1. I -="'" .u,
(totaled 1 r75: LT'R
; cording to Deputy Eugene Lee. .., 1 S ..u.,'
Youmans was arrested on an. \" 0 ) J "' VppUB.ESfttN '" '
Stolen Gun Leads outstanding capias he was released : 11'' "

To Starke Arrest after a$55.25 cash bond was paid. .Fo rP : dstelai ;d'iecisure. 1 r9 ....:- .IS: S. 11411!
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the investigation of an inci- James Edwin Reese of Jacksonvillewas ,' : 0 .1" ,
During arrested February 3 and charged : : ;: ; NO TAr TOURNAMENT "
dent at the Econo Lodge February 2 a : ": : I. ""
firearm.was recovered by Starke with driving while license suspended, ? }" '" ,." ,. ',. ,' "
police. The firearm was found to be according to Patrolmam Tillotson. ; ;: .. S ATURDAY'! :&..SUNDAY ; { Jt !II' I." .. ..' -"" I i
stolen. Reese's license was suspended in- ,.- I rl'' I 'I Phillip" Stewart Lee, 24, was arrested definitely, he failed to pay a fine -;.. ," ,I ..... ,.r :',
and charged with possession of Bond for the charge was set at$200. STARKE LANES rn', ,.;, ,' \ '.'
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a firearm by a convicted felon andpossession Reese was released' after, a surety U.L lit...Itlrti 1\ -Baileys "
of stolen property (deal- bond was posted. '
ing),according to Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. ',- .'''. St IrTshj Giibeysrein ; 'I "" ,
CITRODFUcINctheSTUFFEPOTATOfl .
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The firearm which was alledgedly Cream", : '

bought by Bobby Odom from Lee,had '750\ LTR. : ii.;:LTR.rda ;
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been stolen in'Texas. Lee is a convicted :: j OIIj '
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felon from California. '
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Bond for each charge was set at : 599 ; t '

$1,000.recognizance.Lee was released on his own at Western"' SteerPEP .29' 'r P: .

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Misdemeanor CalendarIn : -


Bradford following defendants CourtThe appeared I Io G, vax yy
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before Judge George H. Pierce ,
January 30 for final disposition.
Sheila Jean'Crawford, disorderly .,' ,Christian ksliY'Bros.
conduct, placed on six months court . Bacardi
probation, must violate no laws of .
State of Florida. '

Kevin D. Thomas, taking wildlife Brandy
after legal hours, six months court -, BROCCOLI & CHEESE SAUCE!:' 11 i( xa ,
probation pay $39 COlt ', 9a
with ham and bacon blta. 1x
Donald Stewart, 'disorderly intox-
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ication, fined $ US.,, polato -
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Tommie Cason, Jr.,:passiug.worthless r"
check, pay $39: cost and make
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restitution. I. t
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Linton Robinson, trespass after two CHOPPED BEEF & MUSHROOMS ..L- -I. \ 1'1. '
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.warning; notice against entering fined -
$85.50.' gravy and garnished with ...t.,I Canadian '
Lawrence W. Koonce, fishing olal'owith ch...@. \ J 0"
without a license, pay $25 cost. P. : r'h" ; \ Mist] n" I ,
Patricia ,A* Smith, passing worthless Cream' 0 \
check, make restitution andpav M 1.75;! DeWl1
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$59.25. Choose of
Sandy Dewees, selling, giving, or three CHOPPED BEEF PEPPERS\: :,- liiPhilf
serving alcoholic beverages to per- & ONIONS topped with 3 9 Ken..w i, "1'

sons under age 19,court probation six mushroom* and ., from l...)
gravy. q i
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months violate no laws pay$25 court,. potato :: .
cost. ,> '. "I
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.- "' -750':
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Ann Rowe selling, giving or sere ,, ., 'LTR
ing alcoholic) beverages to persons'' c '" ') I i5.if..j-; ;'J. '
under 19, violate no ,laws,pay $25 CHILI '. ': : :
HOMEMADE
court cost. '. 61'9'
Elizabeth Hallmark and Andrew four with a mound of sour cream ;,: i
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Jack Knight, conspiracy: to violate '.and garnished$ with chives.: :, Ddferlntfive : qy ., ..1: .;,y I ...
beverage law,fined..50.. .
Carmel Durant, selling, giving, or '
serving alcoholic beverage to person '\ Varieties AD BOOT THRU HMUAJIY,1fel984STARNE : I

under age,19.. six months probation, . Y ,
violate no laws and pay $25 court MUSHROOMS;PEPPERS'! \ II 4, ;., :STARKE
costs. a< ONIONS r 1.%1 : '
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The following defendants appearedfor ,pola.-' topped with cheese sauce 'q.;; I Jessies Lounge, :301: ,Liquors_

Kenneth a change McNeal of plea: pled guilty' : to jJ : A4 bed I .80V N, Temple' Ave, 1: Mile" 'orth'of" :

trespass: sentenced to 30 days in Jail, -- r-, "' '. IlIru Stafke Starkly. on US300'
on weekends; _., ..,. l'i M4-B080; 947771KiYSTOMi '
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for
VVhen hOngry
Reginald TUlman plead no contest you're ( ,. ,
to battery, sentenced to six months a relaxing meal.. .. T 1/\1
court probation, $100 court cost and TT I ""NEIsIfltwAL:. ,

must James violate William no laws.Thomas pled, "guilty .MeM. ,;A "Lwina* ; OIiIIl.' .. .

$1 to.driving'while_, license suspended intoxicated five years'fined, a H<''Kvay 21: Nor*. ,. 3.Mil 1.. PtOr11'hofKston ,'

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must viatoW no.laws, attend DWI :' H.t' ;Woldo.on U.S. 301' -
school: placed on six months probation US 30T S 9648061 c ,*" a M -* I' '
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Mrs. Martha Johnson Edward O. IHcks Jr. Army during World War' '..i ". '. Louis, MO; twig sterisons,' DaiSd! Card of Thanks through your words of oomfa
Mrs. Martha Johnson, 87., of Starke, Edward Olivet, Hicks, :Jr., 65, of:';, lain ln Ii". infantry tanftgiVii \, ,? Daughtry of W<>rden ;Mont., >*n<* ; : of food and Rowers. We wll
died Tuesday at per horn., ". Lake Geneva, died Monday. Jan,130 was of$h3 Catholic; fait. ? ,,1' Walter Daughtr ot/pt, ,Walton :''At th Ume of loss of a loved'one, a forget Y0lU'i8Up ort.
Mrs. Johnson was. a native of in the' Veteran's Administration I I / ',,". (n ?f!$,.asrSurivore : ; Beach, FL; one brotJH,1Ch, r'es' family; 'experiences'shock and a sense To our. dear friend, Don
Sweden and moved to Starke 30 year Hospital, Gainesville, following abrleHllness. : Hicks of Lakeland and three grandChildren of loss that renders them helpless. whose eulogy l of our belovedwas
ago from Chicago1, She wasp member include his wife, M4 : \ Thank God for our family arid Indeed/.very: comfort
you:
Pauline M; Hicks of .
< the Christ Evangelical Lake Genevatwo : friends. Jones Funeral Home es|
Lutheran Without know
these, don't
Miss Judy Hicks and Funeral services were' held at' 4 we Steve Futch who made such,
Church of Keystone Height: ,how made, .
we could have it .
Survivors Include one Edward!: Born in Cleveland Ohio, Mr. Hicks," Miss Sherry Iicks.both of Augusta son. Chapel Father through our grief at the recent loss of ,
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W: Westlund of Starke and several Moved" to J-ake, Geneva, from Midway Ga.; one son, Anthony Hicks of North Jones Michael our mother. deepest and sin
cousins, including George Kaufmann Ga, two weeks ago; was a Augusta S.C.; three stepdaughters Williams officiating. Burial) was in thanks...always
Of Keystone Heights. retired engineer and a graduate of the MrL'Juoy Brewer of Brunswick, Ga, Keystone Heights Cemetery under 'To all and) ',. ", ? v'j' ,V t 5\,,The Ch,
University of Florida of Mr OK the our friends neighbors V'V, ....
Funeral held College Melody Heckler of. Tulsa, direction of Jones Funeral Home ; Mary Wolf
services will tie Friday relatives, we thank :and
,Feb. 10,at 2 p.m.In the DeWltt C. Engineering. He served in the U.S. and Mrs. Deborah Chapman. of St.-, of Keystone Heights. ',';: ,4"..: sincerely for ,the love you you deeply showed us D.bbte, ,,"FIt" ew

Jones Chapel' with Rev, Glen F. I n -;."",' I .

Schmiega Keystone officiating.Heights Cemetery Burial! will under be in I <,> ',:; '" '

of the Keystone direction Heights.of Jones Funeral' Home q. lliJ1Jll: .c mfj1 : .i' : V : "

Home Friends from may 2-' p.m.call Thursday at the Funeral and 10 : GNG YOUR TRU IOUE '

a.m.. to time of service: Friday. rr' .
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Miss' Gladys Dorothy Bachmann ,. -
M, of Park'of the Palms.;Keystone "
Heights, died Wednesday morning, .
Feb. 1, in North Florida Regional 1" '
Hospital, Gainesville' ,following a!sudden
illness.
Born In Massachusetts, Miss .
Bachmann moved to Keystone
Heights from Teaneck, N.J.,, two "
years ago.She was a registered nurse
and ,a member of the First Baptist
Church of Haketvsack, N.J.; was vice- All Ceramic I :
president of planning for the Haken- q t GARFIELD: : SILK ROSE FREEr :
sack Medical Center until her retire- .

ment post of in coordinator'1982, formerly.held for :'emergency the. GIFT WARE. :Boxed' Valentine ;Cards' with each. 'I


,planning Survivors for New include Jersey. her* parents,,, ':-, : j '.:J .: : S : .. BUD, ,VASE' '

.Walter,and Dora S- Bachmann of'. ,I ... ... ':>toY.'',.',' 2. 1 .I
'Keystone Heights;"one' sister, Mrs. 1:" .1" ". ," '
Eleanor B. Galle of Eliot,:Maine, and, I i I 99C, I .:I I
.Maine.a nephew, Kenneth %V. Gale of( Eliot, I ; pr.cfJ. : "99 ,. :

Funeral services: 'were"held at3.l' I ; ,
Feb.3 In the Park of the ..' '
p.m.Friday ; Tremendous Values 25? Regular 1,99 :
Palms Chapel, with !Mr. Ernest '. : :\: :Cards, Regular"1.98: : .
Woodhbuse and Mr James Gilbert officiating "' \ .... ... .. '"

Heights Cemetery.. Burial under was ,in the Keystone'direction .. ,SILi,
,'of 'Jones FuneralHome of Keystone .. ,' .. .1 ,,' I
Heights.. ,. By the : ',PLUSJiANIM': LS CHOCOLATES': .
Bunch
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The family asks that expressions 0 : .. : ; ": ..
sympathy be made in" the, form of. I '1' : t 'f.'r. : .. : r, : ;}f' *?'.ivp' .. .. ',' I Heart, 'I Shaped, Box ':. ',.
donations to the Park,:of the Palms. ., .,.... ,. \ .... ., ,..,, ,'. ;.... .
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} carrier .xdrft, scheduled ". f!' See Our Display Regular '2.99PLASTIC : ".Display, .. Valuei To l 7.98: 14 oz.. Regular".4.29r. : "

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V ''announces clerk- arrlet.in open the Starke examination area.,Applications : : ,OIL LAMPS c' :
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.the,following"' locations'. beginning'' : ,' I f J. .. ? ," ', ,'.. '. yis & Decorative I" :* '
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On Monday :
..Lake Bitler: ;; Raiford, Starke. ... SIZ tABRIC; .B O A ,A, : ,. .
T ., ... fi'd Large 1 I '! pl Nii lotJ Keystone> Hei .' t "' [ "' ..' .b. & o< '" '. '11 w1\.. dMP11ty '
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This examination Ill be given for 'I'i .' ,,; ; Y :...,:'r"t., r i. : l)1 : rlktng: Everyday Buy : : '
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an Area Register. Therefore appliennlS Today,
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may complete Only one ap- '." \. ..! ;. ", -.,.-. ,to......"--''1/1'--, --" -- ,. .,
plication. At the time of the'written ;45UoiHeart and ., ,
examination: competitors will be .., ,,' n \ .
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allowed to select up to three post offices 'I.; { R stet., Prlfts, } t ." { Item Could ..;. .
where they wish, ,to be. consldered .; < .;, l From :' '
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Picture
Patterns Vary To 7.98
for employment 12"x1'4" Assorted. ,'.. '-4 .. ..._ Values ..
longer. (ran-/ r- '
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RENT SALE PERSONAL SERVICES '. MISCELLANEOUS ,., I e-' ee e B
LOSTFOUNDMISSING FOR FOR (: ', 'S.WingMachines
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WHITI SANDS LAKE 2BR furnished SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMP7PVC BINOO...AMERICAN LEGION I
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FROM HOME Cray female cot. ACTION CARPET CARE and Parts-Repqlr* All Moke/ *
house February through May,, and fittings. Water softeners.' HALL.Sr-21. Saturdays, 1. p.m., and t '
pipes
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spoyed. Lost lost Friday front Boll/Spr .steam clean. Living room dining room ,, and
Public'Invited. '
$250/mo. 12497884. 22.23tchg -' Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts., Sunday 2-3 purr 1/5 '
ing Lak. area, REWARD. 473-4310. hal! "'$24.93. Call 473-2278 Itpd a: Commercial
FOUNDS Black cock.r spaniel puppy, OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing Flam 173./0061/5 tfnchg '"' :,?,,* CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WORK ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, Closed I FREE* Estimate

and a German Shepard Off SR-214: and ingo St but can be seen from. SR-100. PACK RATS Across from Commercial Circle Building patio;,additions, remodeling meetings Monday 8. p.m. Open 123 Years: Experience
and SR-21 Intersection. Prime location. HWY 21N. Open Wed through meetings Friday 8 p.m Alonon. Monday t ,
CR-315. Call 473-3364 alt., 4 p.m. on *', homes and tile work. Free estimates' ,, Season' S Pinking
Call 473-3411.1/3 tfnchg Sot 9 a.m.-6 p.m. BUY, SELL, TRADE. Phone 473-4479 before 9, 1/3 8 p.m. All meeting' at Educational i Shear
'. 21R. COTTAGEr with frontage on Big ,Call 4732183. 1/19 tfnchg f+%,. p.m Building Community Church 473-2790 Sharpened .
WANTED CARPENTER WORKs Remodelingwork One Pair
HELP FREE
Call 473-3334 and or 475-2130. 1/9 tfnchg ,
lake Brooklyn. $300/mo. SOFA-BED* brand new, rust green ? :, '
'. or 2821727. 1/9 tfnchg upholstery Asking $300t' $.. at. lake i kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues ; '/' With This Ad

STYLIST t CO:-STYLISTS needed for'newly QUIET. CLEAN COMfORTABLEr 28R.2Bath Geneva Trailer Park: Lot'27jCedgr' Reasonable prices Call 473-2477 after; fees, weigh Ins. Open meetings ; r. A-l, Sewing
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expanded facilities. Moil ,b. experienced house In Keystone Club Estates. chest, $75. 2/9 Itpd ; J JM: 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg and In Tuesoy's, 7:30 p.m Community Church Machine
in oil phases of CH/AC, .weatheriied porch. Optional LIKE NEWi Fiberglass bedliner' fort Jong CARPET, AND VINYL repairs Educational Building Keystone ;
cosmetology. DORIS' HAIR CLINIC. lease. 4813109. 1/19 tfnchg wheel base mini-truckCost $313 new. stallations. Free estimates, Ten year Heights 473.2790.1/5 tfnchg 'Service Co

Contort: Joie 01..", 473-2211. 1/26-3/1 100'< ON LAKE CENEVAt Dock and Will sell for $200 cash. Firm. See -atSR100 experience, Call 473.4217 and ask for BINGO Monday nights beginning Jon 2 [ H13 N. Main' StreetGainesville
boathouse. 2BR Both.I NO INSIDE Lake Geneva between Posf Office Craig. 1/3 IfnchgHANDYMAN from 7.10 p.m Percentage" games. : 'V
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All kinds of home repairs American Legion Post:202 located HWY I V FL
LAND FOR SALE PETS. $323/ma.. $200 security deposit.Call and Gizmo. Look for "Dogwood
1-264-7771 or 2640508. 1/26-2/16, Lone". Sign on lakeside (my driveway). and fix-up needs. No job too mall. 21 N. of Keystone 12/29 tfnchg. 1 '371-9464 '
4tpd'IEAUTIFUL Leonard Davis. 2/9 ItpdKEMBALL Minor plumbing repairs Cleaning service 'J.W; BRandy M.kell..
HALL LAkE LOT Skiing IIz. .lake. Nice LAKE GENEVA HOME Justpainted UPRIGHT PIANO Beautiful' color light hauling. Call Jim 473-3671 YARD SALE send
Owners Managers
subdlvliion. 22000. $3.000 down and day or evening. 1/12 tfnchg. "
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Inside and out. 3BR,2Bath
great sound $800. 473-3569, 2/9
HOME FAMILY Sol Sun. Feb. 1112. Nextlo
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balance at .9 percent Interest first SU-EL'$ RETIREMENT AND 'I '
J.264-0605. 2/2-23 4lcha fireplace, screen porch $550/mo.1.264-0603. tfnchg .., HAIRSTYLING CENTER All under one' After 10 a.m. High' Ridge Estates, 'McDuff Appliance .

BEAUTIFUL 1.3 ACRES Cake access, .Io.t 2/2.23 and $200 lecurlty. L, P. GAS, INC. Family owned"and roof. OFFERING: Certified nursing Weather permitting..

'large oak! !Suitable for home or 2BR. 2BATH 4tchg UNFURNISHED HOUSE On operated. We rent bulk tanks, and furnish assistance'and CPR trained staff; 24 r.---------------------------------" ----------------1
mobile home. Keystone Heights. cylinders. W. solicit customers hour supervision for senior citizens; .
Lake Geneva. Fenced yard with utility I 3B&
473.7987.2/09 2tchg 2/16. shed CH/AC Available Feb. IS. who own bulk tanks. We strive to give hot meals: ,day week, or long term .I!$ STTTiSS % > $ i
$42S/mo. and damage deposit. $425. I better prices and service Located 110S stay; STYLING CENTER for the public)
; Shackfeford 121. Call 964-4890 or 259.6810.2/09 precision styling for men and women; I )1111illUU'
Call 1-268-6493 or
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1.725.1646.2/2 tfnchg 2tchg2/16 ; < perms hair-coloring. Hampton t \ _
'&.BOATS 4682619. 1/3. tfnchg ._
HOUSES FOR SALE Will DO TYPING In my home. Book BRADFORD PRINTERS lII i ii
WANTED' ',' reports, resumes, etc, Call "73-2898. J
JOHN DASHER VANS: 'LEASE TO OWN CozyIak.sid2BR INTER EVE CARE CENTER Office cateract i 110W. Call $t. 964. 164 I

WHOLESALE n.w 1984 PRICESOn custom van,. Starting at GLASSWARE household :goods Old costume china, furniture jewelry, house .w/f Ireplace.Rental and hug. 30 attach.X.40screen surgery contacts, gla...*. 1/4 mile off 1'0 wants to be your Printer In ,1984.,., I I I'rTinn
porch. apartment CR-315 Call 684-6558 toll free
$13.800,plus bank fax,financing.tag, and freight.I-7S 441Alachua 3.3percent miscellaneous items PACK Circle RAT. ed. 12829392., 1/S/ Hnchg; 18003426041.so. 11/17.2/23/84 or I IStpd." 'e Bring us a sample of .any lob printed from i) 1
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Florida, 463-3373. 12/22. HWY 21 N. Open '.6 W.d. through Sat. EARN UP TO $ 00/MOi at home. For Info ;:1(( your ,regular printer. If we. cannot meet 'or III!
MOBILE HOMES :l'.-' send S.A.S.E. Dept, A, Rt. 3. Box 302
tfnchg 473-2183.-1/19 tfnchg : Keystone Hgls., Fl., 32656. 2/9 Itpd beat their price WE WILLGIVE, YOU < '
LAKEFRONT PROPERTY Home or vacant, FOR SALE WiI
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Keystone Heights: WILL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE OR OFFICE In :
lot on lake Geneva or east side of Santa .
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Call Doris 473.2210 Fe Lake. NO realtor agents, please. MUST SELL 1983 Greenhlll doublewide Keystone. Have Hgt reference Call 473-3364 I A Gift Certificate For $10.00 Worth(1)1

Coll'I-373.1323.2/2.23 4tpd by Fleetwood. 26 X 56. 38R., 28ath. after 4 p.m. 2/9 Itchg Of Office '
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I Union County -I available Whirlpool i if qualified.appliances.VA loon.Financing May be YARD SALE ,,.r.: I THE OFFICE SHOP.'110 W Call St. Storke ,

dsu : .-seen by appointment only offer' 3 p.m."' KEYSTONE HEIGHTSi Two Family Garage Quality Printers In Bradford; County 'i" 1
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2BR MH In Keystone across from Lake Sale 9:00: 3:00 Friday and Saturday I"IIL\\! '. Since 1879 1

HELP WANTEDREAL REAL ESTATE G.n.va. Nothing down; "owner 10th and, 11th. Lot of merchandise.North .

''finance. $69/mo. Must remain In park; on -21 to C-332, go'two miles'onpaved I $ -f$ $13 ,$ $1I
ESTATE LICENSING In lake City. Tax write-off. rood. S.. sign. Jtchg 2/09' I -="
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO. : 373.1792.1/,12.2/f66tpd: -----------------.------------------- -----------
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JOBS OVERSEAS Big fci. $20,000to REALTOR .t 1V PERSONAL SERVICES BUSINESS CARS TRUCKS '-
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'1 17168426000. Ext. 21189. 2-pd 2/2-9''' tarke dshPYL HAYFIELD FOR LEASEi Approximately 13acres. IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY'JEEPS for' $44
GOVERNMENT JOBS' Thousands of Call 485-1796 Itchg 209'BABYSmING'ln"rny'hom.fh through the U.S. Government? Get the

vacancies must be filled, Immediately. . __ ,INSURANCE ,.?VMAINES' I + ,. W.raJlnn. / .,. ... {' do...* a' EARN OVER 50.000< ANNUALLY, with ,.. tot.. C: iFSTTot'I ( /: /,.. .

$17,634 Ext. 35675'Spd 1o 50112.2/20'9 Call 716-842-6000. .. .' "*'"... ,." '_, _.. ..".." ...."'., :f ii.' Crlr"it, R ;ot lJr1 I .1 J r r M, week. Fenced-ln yard. Will feedirUfcreoKfav't _. ._yout own food butlnet.J5ta.rfce.JJdealfor It -1 w- !"'.WJyt: 3 '. '"'ti'we"-'.
INSURANCE ApENCVi 160 S. k.... and lunch andr fW'ih ocka thi*, Minimum lnvetment' ,:.. CafsNlEfy Pl UPl'gtum
MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOME! Be I "' $50.\Xd'ventpj.t 'OppcMunities) P.O. "1'hon
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: PERSONAL SERVICES 961.42902/09 ; *
flooded with offerDetails. Rush lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. .: 2tchg 216IILL'S ,iii ,
Box 409, GA 31502. 1/26 .. Itpd 4/09
Complete Insurance Service!: TFN. SAW SHOPi Complete sharpeningservice Waycrois;
,'omped'oddr..d envelope. M. Loyd circular! : hand carbide, chain, 3tpd 2/09 ."70 MAVERICK) 2.Dr.. M cylinder! ,
Dept. B 2046 Darrow. 4-pd 2/9.3/1, DRAINFIELD ROCK Bldg. lands', mower blade hollow ground and MAKE MONEY NOW| All New' "Mail. automatic: $350.3tpd. 2/09 ,

_FOR SALE_ I .llmerock, top'soil.. Large or small balanced leave at Jackson Building Order Secrets" Plus 5 prime source 172T, -'Convertible... 'Good top and
FOR RENT ,loads. Ph. 782.3172.RADPORD, Supply In Starke; Keystone Heights or 'items (worth $1-$2 each). Get you on ,tires:' Good"overall cohdhlori. '$2930.
HANDMADE DOltS Makes a great gift LIMEROCK SALES. tfn 7/14 lake Butler TFNchg the rood to'extra Incom. Free dealership '964.5952 or 9646915. Kim. Itpd 2/09

for all ages, all occasions Call Dorothy. ,. REMODELED .!ROQM ADDITIONS, -polni, ,,J, GLASS CUT TO ORDERS Door,,window, 'Included. Everything only $2.00. J. 1971 FORO TORINO GT Conv.rtible. '331
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR Seay 496-23381-'pd: ting and plumbing repair-!, ;25 year ext-c,"fy{ etc. JACKSON BUILDING' SUPPLY Johns 'P.O. Box 746, Stork., Florida Cleveland engine, good'' condition.
Union Times, 150
RENT County USEDTHREE WHEEL MOTORIZED ElEC-;' perience._ All work guoronteealV:; 9646078. Order* ado taken'In Lake 32O9I. Itpd 2/09- good tires. Red. white top (new), whit.
Butler. Phone
Main Street Lake 964-7738.9/13 tfn' 'iV-'lS 1!: B": ; PIT GROOMING BUSINESS! Opportunity ,Interiorasking* S,00'd .Cash <
TIRC CHAIR CART, A must for 1h. hen,, rC Butler. 496-3079 and Keystone Heights: ;
496.2261 for information TFN 10/1 \ .
dlcapped. Walker-; like new, Has bat iq EXPERIENCED FAINTER.' Neat ork..1 I InF?, A' 473.4973; 2/26 tfn -\ to own "demanding; .. Grooming Negotiable. RU5. Box 122 live Oak, FL ,
HOME 2. BDRM unfurnished_ home.InRalfrd. tery..charger. Call 496-3821 or see at tenor or exterior. Free. .estimates' !V'l"'f FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS' \ Business. Space Utilities-furnished.- '32060.(904)776.2636,702.3060( ;! Itpd *
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Phone 431.1039. 2 pd 275 N. Lake ,Av.. Lake Butler. 2-pd. ; ,Reasonable rates wfth. goodi'3. 144 W. Can St, i 944-7103 you furnish tools of the trade For Info. 2/09, .'
MOBILE HOME 2 BDRM, adults only call 2/2-9 references. Call 964-51771/OS tin, &&r Open'Tues; Fri. 9 til J:30' : call' 9648931. STROUT REALTY; INC. /1977'' CHEVETTE: Good condition low .1

4963518. 1-pd 29PERSONAL 14 ft. LANDAU BOAT With tilt trailer 7 "ELDERLY. GENTLEMAN y>W1HE.TQ{ : .Of Sot.-9 AM Ill 3 PM BROKER. Itpd 2/09 "' .mil. 1500. Call 9644999. Itpd 2/09 r-
BOARDt Write P.O. Drawer 2804SI OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-Sportswear CAMAROt $(, 944-7278. '1 Ipd
1/2 HP kicker, trolling motor w/foot i' Appts. Not Always Necessary' 1975 ,000. ) (
SERVICES controls' gas tank and life jackets. Starke, Florida 3209,'.'Willing to 'poy' l/7rfn ladles Apparel Combination, 'Ac. 2/09
$550. Call 4963607. 1-chg 2/9 share of household' ,expenses. 12/22 cessories, .Largo Size sfore. National ,1'" TOYOTA COROLLA:. AC AM-FM i.
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK 1979 THUNDERBIRD Power steering fin i > ( WANTTO DRINK? .brands: Jordoche, Chic, lee L.vl.) ceI".".. 4-speed 2dr., :30 mpg. One >'
Package deal; well drilled,' water power brakes,, air condition. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED Alf\: ',V.' THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Vanderbilt. 'sod Gunne Sox Esprit, owner .c.llont'condition.. $4200 or '
pumps,' ,new Installation of septic Ing/heating. am/fm tilt steering, makes cleaned oiled\and r WANT TO STOP THArS OURS Brittanio. Calvin Klein Sergio Valente. best offer. Call 9(>04.7120 after 3:00: p.m.
tanks, drain fields and lift stations. cruise control $3400. Phone 496(3607..: SIS. Work'guaranteed.. James 1' Alcoholic Anonymous "Evan Plcone. Callborne, Member On. 2/09 2tpa (16' 1
Mobil. home poles available. All work I-chg 2/9 Strickland corner Morgan i ,".....150 '....14304' 96494 ly, Bill 'Blast Organically Grown, 1978 fORD'FAIRMONT Statldn Wagons \
guaranteed call Tommy Dorman HwV.,16.torke., ;"12/29 tfn V. ALANON FAMILY GROUP Healthtex, 300 other. $7,900 to PS, PB. AC. Good tire, 43.000 actual ,'
2752151. UFN 9/1 L. P. 'GAS, INC.I Family owned and PICTUREFRAMESr, Cu.tom"ond read t '....6219 $24,900 Jnventory,' airfare, training 'miles. $1,875.782-3307. Itchg 2/09 *
CUSTOM MADE Drapries, Valance and operated. We rent bulk tanks, and fur. ,made "pt CREATIVE COTTAGE; 3 f '' i VO9ISIpdS/17 fixture, grand opening etc. Mr. 1977 FORD GRANADA $750 or best off ', .

Spread call 496-2219 or 496.3143 for nlih cylinder W. solicit customer south of Stock 'oi\- US' 301. I..fC. <, ; "'' Keenan ((612)) 888.6555. I tpd 2/09 .r, 782-3632 or 182.-x263. I tpd 1/09 >.
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FREE Esttmatesi' S and W Enterprises.UFN who own bulk tenks. We strive to give 1 '"964.61'1.8. Satisfaction guarantee ;r; I. '
929NETTIES better price and service located MO Il9tin.INCOME ,J, { MOTORCYCLES. StevgBroadway "i '
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TREE SERVICE Tree removal and 4 121. Call *.......'0 and 2394810.2/09 'TAX.SEIVICEi) ler'etta Ma
pruning. Also firewood oak and pine 2tchg 216MATCHING chant, Monday',thruFriday:, < .i .Ti s TREE SERVICE i arlm Su bscribe l
for .01.Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. WASHER/DRYER, like new, Restaurant. 964-6056 day. or 964-6 ;i 1977 HONDA'S5Ch Adult owner low. i t;
ufn 1222CERTIFIED '$350; maple table/two benches $150; 'eves. 2/O3: 4tpd'J/2J p. mll.og/$ ..'964-0640. 11/17 the"WANTED -Removal. : Opportun1tyTrl :

BLACKSMITH Work washer $125; dryer, $93; ,dinette' set, JERRY'S FLECTRICALt, Reasonable prices' mm i : Superl.sln9i, ,young
guaranteedCold corrective $93; executive desk, $100; sofa, $73| Free estimates. 24.H, servic : ng i persons for Florida PIONEER '
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horseshoeing. Phone Troy Hancock rocker, $45; 'coffee/end table, $9}; '468-1117.. Homplon,2109; 4tchg 3/01' ;( l'Stum p.Removal Times Union. .Evenlng
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904-434-3073. 4-pd 1/19-2/9 microwave oven." $150; 'qu..n'bed, BABYSITTINCt In'my home anytime do : ," .. I .Free Estimates ELECTRIC CO.;
NEW CREDIT CARD Nobody refused! $95; double bed $60; twin bed. $43; or night. $23.00 week pe/ child. Call ''4 AXLES ft TIRES Two axle and four tire*. i. : hours. Trailer Pots Sp la I
Also Visa/Mastercard. Call triple dresser twin mirrors nightstand 9644839. Itchg 2/09 ( ',. Highest price paid. Green'sWeldingShop -Firewood Must hove depen l00AMP.$250'

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350 Aar... Posture-ami planted pines ideal locution for development' :)'o"I''ok... beautiful,, honearm;. .'.' y V: !ST; ": Not ;DeH8hte J, Don',t Pay"' Position Staif A* (I'f'' lh'Jlf. s l

.100,Ac e torn, house, barn fenced. Cross-ienced and pond: All pastu/re. 'Owner financed. $10,21. 'HOU" I.

HOMES........IBeaulifuC 80M", Bradford: &, Union County and surrounding art 'ri. POST opoc- e0 LEnq'4,': \!
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large home on one.ocre with pool. Priced) 'right, MUSt SEE. Very roomy -ideal' for entertaining., EX' f; 'Florida :Carpet Cleaning & Dye; Co.T'r' .;, Hf. pt teitTjoawiHiuiPHEMHINO'U HOM ,'OM Call VIcM(
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ECUTIVE TYPE HOM6.'Call' for appointment'to; *... ,,'-F" 0. ".A r> m i t+ ry'F .- i *UB.U -1111 M - *. / '\ :.GOVl"NMtNT'J\A/ "' 4J6 .
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Newly' decorated inside and out on I acre.' 3 Bedroom, ':/: bath: home with additional frame, __.. pd'' *> ',' ,NationalTratning' ttix I"r I"-': '"'.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. USED GALVANIZED TIN: 2 ft. x,9 ft., $3; 2 ;V RIDING ,LAWN MOWffR, And utility, and Floor
misted to the Bradford County'T..groph Mobile home and spaces for rent. ft. x 10 ft.. $3.50; 2 ft, *.11 fl., $4.59$'", trailer. Sear. 10 hp,$&pQ or belt offer.( New. Work
office 'writing tmd paid In Recreational1 vehicle welcome. Phone Good condition ph. '782.3172. tfn '11. 964-8791 or M-rO&UJtpd a/O'l) Repair and R. Grout
advance unless' credit' I IC' already 468-2912. 9/16Ifft PIANO FOR SALEI Wanted; Rejpontlblparty .' Il CHRISTMAS OO-KART* to. hour 4644578Subscribe !Jar

established with into olllce. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile to assume ymalr morrtnly' operating 'time.. $325or. belt .offer.. ststaseaaesBssssL erUJiU:
THC TELEGRAPH .TAT 'CANNOT BI from Starke city limit, Clean. Hwy. 16 payment on spinet/console, piano: 964-8791 ,or,964r061!. Itpir,'?#* '
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR .MISTAKES IN W. Call 4681323.1007 tin Can. be keen locally; Write: ('Include,.:?, COMPOUND ,SOW\ .., Bear Blue' .tJenlm. !1In ;
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On phone number) Credit Manager, .r.O THE TELEPHONE Hwy. 16 W. Clote to prison; Call. Box 521.. Bocf<.m.y.,, U. 62219.267'3tpd Phone 78J-3660; 2/09'144 ; .
e'aulfl.d' deodlfne' It TUESDAY 468.1323.10/01 Hn. 2/09 -, /5 >; > Call Debi 9646305. ''It
NOON prior to Thursday publication. STUDIO APARTMENTi Weekly, monthly FIREWOODt $3 pickup truck; mixed and ;
Minimum charge I IS word for $2.75 "irate; Palm Apartment, 2314 N. Tern- ,. split."'.' ou haul. Phone 964-7630." 2/02/ HOMES.FOR,SALEIUYOFTHIYEARti2eR,1BACBhom.', : I Mottles TE RWiu'.AR Starlce.ffl.
th.n 10 cent for each word th.r oft.r. pl. Ave 7/20 tfn 2tchg 2/09' ? |'' I

.SPACIOUS BR, 2 BA home with CH/A. ELECTRIC RANG GE -or Westlnghoute. ;1f," ... Tree SPECIALS -
YARD SALE West Call; St, Lot\ of storage., No pet, Excellent condition' $80. Phone' '., Financing ovollabW. '1-468-1323,;,,12/01 .
Call 9645827. ,1 H/03! tfn 964-7048 or Ralford 431 -1200.;: 2/03%i Ifn. .::5 Servicetree COMPLETELY RENOVATCP-Cozy. At.
NICE ROOM with private bath, 9646035.. Ichg 2/09 S'\ ,.j"u-: \ COUNTRY $TYLEsWef'bulf.hgnigi4codv.nlent /, fract/ve/ 2 B/?, I BA home on I acre Rd
THREE FAMILY GARAGE SALE.Friday on 12/22 tfn L. P. GAS. "INC. Family ..ownailandlrfop.rat.d city location.. Remodeled huge removal' 100W 8'x24' Porch. $22,9007 .
ly. February 10. Beds, \living room for- TWO BEDROOM DOWNstAIRS APT W. rent bulk tanks, and fuf; ,' room, spacious kitchen .964-6569, Also pruning.: demosilngFIREWOOD ,
nlture, painting by Mlllard Judd $195/ma. $150 security deposit. Phone nlsh cylinder ;We solicit customer ','' 12/15lfn '. 't *' FOR LEAS .OR SALE-Naal._. 3 &K. I BA

drop.*, imall outboard motor. Boo: 964,4228 after 6 p.m. 1/26 tfn ..who. own bulk tank. We strive to give- 'LARGE, ALDER HOMt; In Stork.. $.'50000'' > Oak\ I Pine brick home, 1227 C, Call Sf. 1.28 acres -
a.m. until dark. 301 North of Lawtey FURNISHED I BR DUPLEX Private drive better price and ervlce.. Located' '1-10 I'', with' assumable' mortgage'of ', pprox. Free Delivery< CN/A, refr/fj./ double oven range,
School. First home'on' left. -782-3944'. and entrance. No- children or pas. and 121 Call 964-4890 or 25'.6810)), 30000. Phone 964-4228 after 6 p.m. !licensed A 'Insured dishwasher, drapes. 9"4 attumabla
Itchg 2/09 please. 964-5464. 1/26 tfn'' 2/09 4tchg 3/01 1/26 Hn Quality WorkThomas
'11 t FOR SALE OR' RENT 3 BR h ui.. Forest GOATS. FOR SALE Call'' '6'.B26t. ; ;HcI,.Q ;.< 'RENT.OR SElLj:R ,lford/loke. Butler?:CBS, D. N.ttl.s mortgage of 23983. Selling' Price -
\ LOST/FOUND Height Subdivision. $7.000 and lake 2/09. t., 1 home.'3[ BR. V/4 HA; CHjuf; Illty'room, 'Owner 4963823STARKE $48,000.
ov.r payment. 9645423. 1,chg 2/09, USED CARPET at Best Western Motor Inn,:j garage, '1404., eq ft....on one acre. ........
LARGE UNFURNISHED up.fal.* apartment 12'x1Price $10.00 and Up. 964-6744a*':,. 28.900.. $1,445 down NeorSR 12) and PREFERRED PROPERTIES .
REWARD! Any Information lost pit bull Downtown Starke, Phone Itchg2/09:; '''ji'?'" r Sinclair Rd.'By) ;'ownei1.',;:)-755,.4l49: Or RADIATOR .EXTRAORDINARY BRADFORD VILLA 2 BR .Vt BA.
4 mo. old, ear and tall clipped brine 964.1271.2102 tfn 'MORGAN HORSS GELDINGi'' Flv.cir\ 1.752.6238.02 ZtW '/O't.r., Beautiful screened porch All new appliance
dl., whit. chest 4 whit. '..1. Lost 301 KITCHENETTES weekly, TV, restaurant old, Call 964-7063. Itchg 2/09 ,'"" .;,al$' 'THREE BEDROOM- HOUSE',"ondilof; ; or,, SERVICE Custom drape throughout- Have to see to believe I

North .of Starke, 964.1406: 2/02,2tchg open, UNDERWOOD MOTEL, 3, mile HAY FOR, SALES. 964-7673 2/09 2lchs. ,..., Crystal Loke.,Beautiful lake and' good I HANDSOME. S BR, 1'fy BA BRICK home on' 9 Ac, At.
2/09 North of Starke; US 301.2/023tpd 2/16 2/1 :. 't. flihlng. For more 'Info phone. 473-4436.: : tract fence w/ele'gate OH $Rlt/ ,
,LOST Beige leather locket..Good condi THREI BEDROOM HOUSED FR, Off, LR. POULTRY HOUSE CLEANER,. AND! Itpd 2/09" BUSIIST CORNER IN STARKEt 1W on Hwy 301 x IS'

tion.' SmaH reworcL,offered, .: Cpj')'. Kit, -InMown., .First and: l lost'month. SPREADER Good,'condlllon'l'aUIt b.t.,, ', 'hconcrete. ; ;. .-_.-,,-, ,. en SR '&. .Existing bldg A ample pevlng. $'5.000.
964.6733 after 3 p.m. Itpd 2/09 deposit. $325/mo.: 9647910. 2/02 tfn. for puller, broiler, act; Call 964-61' ; ;; drlyew.y on"2. acres. Assam mtg. $53,500, U'A". Payment. 622.27,
LOST *- WALLET REWARD) Great sen- TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED APART 2/092tpd3m 782-3405; Itchg 2/09
FOR LEASES Beaut b'ckl' : BR, 2 RA lit b.it location.
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,!mental valu.. last Wednesday.'F.bdt MENTi'kitchenette, living room A' on. SMALL SHETLAND PONY About 10 year*. ,''' THREE .BEDROOM. HOUSED New, Fully fu.... $600 mo. Double :
possibly In' Wlnn Dixie. Small both: No children, no pet. Lights dnd old. $150. Call 964-8333.: 1tchg'2/09i ,-,, refrlgerotor-. and),stove Now,' aree'., LOCATION-LOCATQNs, Brkk garage.3 BR, 2 BA-220 N,
amount of money. No question asked, ., Water.furnished. $200. 964.5033,11chg THREI WHEEL MOTORIZED BICYCLED New paint (ob' Fru.lt :'r.... 'Call!,
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J .., M Tot. a t....>' BUDGET BUSTER Close to SS Elem. $ BR, ''AI BA
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964-4919.. 'ftpcl_2/09 ,,>1 FOR 'SALE OR RENTt 3.BR ,fu, l.h.d. charger. $400, Call>964-8393 after- 10 ,
Itpd 2/09 >. <<;," Ask for Randy or Dave COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BESTs :3 !Seaut. tendsc. Ac.
,hqme. .$250 per /'I1on.lh. ,hat and! last 3IR,2IA (VA-FHA) '
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY' month In'.. advance, 712 W. 'Market SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATOR, .,$250: J' ( "".....' ".. Financing i ', '.. 964.6810 with lovely 2 BR 2 BA home 4 ml.-SSarke.
.' Rood PhJ 964'8514. Itpd 2/09 1ro.hiersofa, ; '$,?S; double bed, (60;j'' 'L-ShopedlR/DRAree 'QUIET RETREAT 2 Ac;. w/3 1R,.S2. BA. CH/A 'home
RENT/LEASE. .. ; ONE BEDROOM,, TRAILER), Completelyfurnlsh.d. ? .; twin bed; $45; washer. $100dry.; .. f "Close to School r W4S 'I .Electric h.6t'and aW.( )Total $95; like new dinette set> 'N14 swivel; CHASTAIN: CONSTRUCTION Brick home CH/A'. Fenced, (ig lotj

.STARKI DEPARTMENT' STORE. ocution/ ..electric? Near Gfahdrm $55 per:'{lwe.k'. .chain, \cost 'over $600., .nOV\lf/$200I\ (' .. j''1KI4819, ;. STUCCO w/",ln.law" apt. all\\) t.42 Ac., $.'.DOOt
Ground floor. 3700 Serf. Ft. Corner Call /Phon.485.1311,1tchg2/09 1)1, *tereo8SBW;; TV $5Oir.manyatherK ,AM Clotlng' Cat*Pdd_ VACUUMSALE 321 BUTLER TERRACE:4/2, 2 loN-$49,500.
and Thompson Street. lease with ,MOBILI HOME: 12x65, two bedroom. miscellaneous' Item,, 675 Wy-ModltanS? FACING GOLF COURSElevely, J $A.: Own. fin.
tion. Call Jacks.nvlll.(104)77.M/1't'( ) op. < .CleatCdeposjt. No pet*. 964-8816.fpd .,,, Street tpd) 2/09. ,v-'JI3w, 750 W..MADISON Toned for oHIces. $23.000.
Collect .II If Burnett ,Bank .Bldg.j -,FURNISHED APARTMENT)' ThreeS rooms: / BOATi 14 ft, Cheap: Call 964.P553ratchg' ,- ,LAND FOiR SAL': .:. : COZY :3 BR, 1 BA C/BLoura St. Fenced. $21.000.
Jacksonville, PI 32202.. Itchg" '2/09 And bath Light and hot waler.lncluded. : 2/09 f.K': r?I"f I"" NEW & USEDWe BRICK an 1.; Ac Amen.;.Country Club-$.*/.00 .
$160 ..month plus $50 security WANTEq:. A good ,kroen. heateryl\ 2 BEAUTIFUL CITY LOTS on W-100... .
( HELP WANTED. deposit./ No'p.ta. 9648071. 1 tch9 2/09 reo.ongble." Call' Pat, yt44600itpd'e, ,' 'TEN .I 'AC LQTV 'facing Losaht; ( )Crave >flnance'Our? Own .47 ACRES Antique brick flom.'Pecnn' tree

/ 'WORKSHOP Spacious 4 BR, 2 F.nc ? 2/09. > f/ .. ;i .'WVOLD ; Rd. ,$3,995.$400 down.'$7Q. a'rnonth. ,KIRBYS FINE RESIDENCES Ac.great land, 1320' ort 301,
ENGLISH'SHEEP DOG/LABRADOR, '. ROYALS
ed back yard. Close, conv.!d.nfi$350 Ca11964.560649/iS1ln I. ,"1 !. 30.04 Ac. North of lowtey on Hwy 301.
EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER Apply tin ateNorman's mo.. $350'security: deposit 96 -5670. PUPPIESi week* 'old.. Parents AKC'r'i, THREE t ACM LOTS-on SR227BrookerRd. ', EUREKAS "'10' ACRES New Home w/Great .$7f,500.:
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Produc. 964-6071. 1/J2 $32 each. %4.41 I6400) South W0terJStreet.
CRUISE SHIP JOSS I.Great Inconte potenttal. ",.' TWO BEDROOM' MOBILE\ HQMfl Furrl; .hecr' Stdrkel: Itpd 2/09 ". ,- $,.'1'5" $300 downy. $?E a month. ,HOOVERS 'a14'/r AC OFF. 225W Lawtey.". \ Own,fin.
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All occupatlon..Fo'.lnfo'matlGr\\ -- t. $130 mor>frt plus'$100 depo.iU Call: FARM EQUIPMENT'Calf'cr..p"feeder. l 964.5606.9/15 tfrj ELECTROLUX I.3 BR FRAME$1.ODO. Excel', fond. 2 'lots.
ONE ACRE LOTi'Facing Foryth Rd.
9647635Itpd 2/09 : FILTER QUEENS BESSENT ROADVery Ig.,.wooded lot. $8500
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call ((3l2).742.-o620eict.362j) ; l/.lJL4tpd: $275; mineral feeder $35r SoOfcattle
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2/09 TWO BEDROOM' TRAILER):"One bath,par' rack LWB pickup: ; J30; '4'x6'Al\ 964.560g.112Ifr' 'V .l'Oftlh. SEARS -U WpODEQ AC Hwy IS Hampton. Make oHo

VOLUNTEER WORKERS are needed at tlally furnl.t.. I.tall, $150'month, plus tfn solid wdoddooru'$10;', 944.8738.1tp4': HANDYMAN SPEClALiFot'i ,..- :i BR,12BA 'COMMERCIAL HAMPTON OAKS Lot 2S..wood.d'SI.OOO..
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Sunshine. I Industries. Volunteer.post. ? $35.00 deposit,. :: 2b.droomicarp.t.d 2/09 i M/H e'one ct.'I"'CIIy of Starke. We repair alt makes HAMPTON OAKS; lot 23. Arse plus. .$6,000
lions: carpentry, olds, maintenance DU..X. ( ,9QR/t'RINTtc'central/ heat) air., $225/mo.,), 1.. FT. FIBERGLASS CANOEi!' Built to hold Great locotloni Close. '''. $10,500 FIRM: -60 ACRES Prime land oil SR-23S.$2,000 Ac
man/dirk typist and vocational!' aids 964.4228 after 6 '. small" motor., o'r.tfolllngmotorft\ Used t, I' ''PK, 1-824-1317 or; 142keep ,. Al! Young's I 719 I. LAURA st.. 22000. r'. .
"SWI.bnIl'In4u! tr.le H I ,.of sheltered n tiw' $150 ptMi'J6'HnU'W security: deposit V'4 1 1'\10''\ m.14'f'f '\4. '". ,,,e wIlce$20Q., : Fg1ir I\ 6aS31,1flRgkh24IQ' An q.' ""' ,.,. try; .04,78 Ac. $HOOOVOv.n.: ""nv'WUsen ....,* 230A.

workshop fof,.the;! 'hctndlcobpedjclcated! pl(Ic 44161 ,,...! {, h; ,..,. :",.h.rl.., 4.m, .. :;;;J 2ANHAt : WTAGE: n: uondask, 'S.Ir 9157, 'REPAIR SHOP Hampton.;"'OWIMMrf "nclftcil. ll'. '
76I't.' .,..,,..,1 'Q. .' +t 4..U : (;;;i ;t;" $$plOtTl t'V"3 AttardfypU! << : \ \IN Rdara,.IIt 'ilpuiltoaiw/iearlQke.oncI( 'yr 964-6918 '. :3/3 on T ice::, 301.$32,000' "" "" '
you can ,pencj'10-1 nr., p.', week Truck Stop, poulh pf" Starker. 964.8212. Tor>ds';>Will''consider'trode hunting EDWARDS ROADtl Plus Acre;

assisting us, 'please ,call 9647699. r. 'FOR SALE '11/24 tfn i. ,fJO'rco"of" Florida.-land. Call/ :964-8393 '3 Mild north of i. ... .. .
Roberf?Larimer; Exec. plr..,,2/02 2tchg .\ RABBITS' :. for pet or. jpjeqt} .Lawrence ,After)0am.fpripformationItpd2/09 Starkapn.US301 1NENINGtIRVINGY
Meng, 6 "11. 301 South..468rX9\Jj tin.CO1.OR .f .
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fUll TIM!HELP oq"Chicks) / Farm Call .A,K"w,"MOBILE \HOME SALE:\ t'4ew; and OUTlAW 5M.ONf W"RO SM-74S
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Gene Andrew at, 1-483-1206.. Brooker.Itehg u.ed ,mobile home for sole, Walter :old.$250.' '964U610.Itchg 2/09 year 4 '''wg;gt' .t\ds' (jet. fresmti ...VI..UW..ot.3 WAVNC oouaiA..tu't'n'fld

2/09 :.,., ;. .\, :.(.ud)'Alvgr.ctnvit.s,\ you to come out \. r Iiii.._, AI
and ;browse. Highway, .17 South,
Want Ads Gei'Results .,.;PolatkonFlo.,32S; | -9551a' 328-4682.. lit i Deadline
Starke, call Roy Well! 964-5251. 9/,22 M.H.. JonesBulldozing :
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100 Amp. $165 200 Amp. 5.260Coniplat & : Tuesday Noon
Jobs'-Po.stal:: Exdrrb "": Jobs Instcillatian Swrwito Availuohi land Clearing :1

The Starke, Melro'se, Keystone< \Heights, Lake,Buti.r.Woidd. Lake Geneva Brooker, Call All Waldo Servicoi 468-1187 WitlvMaln lor Oixonneclt Fi cE ,;, ,,> t. .M-e473. .! '*4IO3Cablnetrt .'
Hampton Ralford,,.and l wl.y POll/ Office* are accepting application for. the" < l.rk. -
Carrier: Exam from the general! public Februarys-February f34,'.98.'j';! ix -r ) 'Cash ..RegisterFor PINE' FOREST

'Storting salary: I I.. $10.56 per hou,. The p.op'wlt".th.' highest .ico.res are hlr. SKYLINE HOME CEENN'TER' INC.U.S. Vanities, Sale

WORKSHOf. ... 301; North-Starke:' 64.44t4Making'room. New Cabinets ,$3990.or APARTMENTS'
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Thl workshop' wa designed by the foremost authority' In America on how to'achieve '
Postal* employment, HI* qualification: 1. A former Postal 'employee; :7.'PhD.'candidate( fo,;'rtevtr!rnodell. ,.Fiv. Cabinet RepairFormica Rent. for.. "' |M month 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts..

_In Education:;{I"'Averaged 100% on 5 Cl.rk-Carrier Exams: 4, Authbrof 3,, P6sal Exam select lot'mbdel3'at' loss SetNUp' and ? Work.; ,RentOfflc. From M50" to '297"
Guides: 3. An astonishing 60% of the Clerk-Carrier 'recently hired In one city Used his delivered, 4 964.4S78Subscribe Furniture
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DOUBLE GUARANTEE ; C Monthly
satisfied the end of the ybOrmoney; will be. ugdad. /. Phone 964-6312
.J. Ir you are not ot Workshop; ro Year ,..
2. If you do not score 95"'or'higher, your money will refunded I In full .,,, G & C AAirii Storage ...By rQUAt HOUSING.
"UsingMi methods enabled me to score a perfect 100%, I received a call-in notice. OPPORTUNITYShop
employment In the same envelope that I received* awely. ryaT.xo.t; ;; Fill Dirt .Now Renting The .

Workshop Tuition I Ie $25.0Q.: .Thli Include 2W-hour, ,worjuhop'texibodkVClerlvCarrler7l.S. \::: "" Hauled & Spread j f V2 lpxl2cV Ii2x 1.8. Units.'lAlv .- ;- '

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CALL NOW FOR' 'INSTANt WORKSHOP 1-485.I1! A.1 Special Insurance
TOLL FRlll..00.647.1146 .'( 964-5764 Mobile Home Parks

,Mon.thru Frl. ((1.7)) Sot. I Sun: ((9-2)' 1 Jay Dee & Sans ,"iSV' *"-' AH types of .
EXAM GUIDE; j. ..homeowners Rlt"I ,
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I If you are unabfe to attend the workshop you may purchase a coPy of the'Clerk-Carrler: 'S ITS mobile homes. STATELY OLDER HOME

U.S. Postal Service) Exam, Q-i/de/ by mailing a $12.00( money order (Includes P ttag. and Todayw a \(. '". tON HA.MP' HOMES ; Calf for Quote front porches, beautiful
handling) la' Nigh SCorN,1"t| \ ;> p.O. Box 522j lp'B.ac ;,MS.39560 or at; lh"worl.>hop 3J( r : .had.,' lot fruit tree, 6
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'minute prior to the ,time listed above.'This' ,, Don't Be AStatistic. *; 'S :iNC' ;,' .,Olln's' Mobile\ petard tree bad shop.

1 Ie a private concern not affiliated with:any. government Agency. _. .* Home Sales 45000.
.,, Stork' florid ; .EXCEPTIONALLY: NICE-2!
'41,000 Chimney fire, lost ',. 'DriIRAaj. '. "'3 Bedroom' Bock Veneer Home1 M Elaine. M. Olin, Agent BR, 2 !BA doublewlde
:" Year.$9 million damdge to .'Ii..1 : "'R.fj ,9 ....t'4ttryt' mobile home on '.7 ocr. .
; ERA homeowners.Don't let this ; thr sir Both;:CH/Ar" Carport; Utility. Room'tlrMJV 964.5606 Screened. enclosed porch

L r II. happen to you. Estimate Past f p 10x14 shelter $28,000.SPORTSMAN .
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A.ULKNER: gELT ..HAMtlltPMi Drilling\ : qu1p.' rMsfi; camp Sampson Lake,
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LOVILY COUNTRY se Iffw Imp. pasture.
from 110...... OW".,f InanaNIC "964,7700i : I I0 : :;, .carpel," utll,. !carport
Ha C!''eo "rtoble2BRlarge: family. ..... ; "well 8 2 Culvert $2500
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eduidf0] 3W.91ie. "!01otc.' Vernle. P. OdomBrakeriCRI KINNEY .. Barn w/4 stalls and
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I afl Atlanta boasts himdreds of attractions for the traveler, I Iby


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Ann.Sponholti historical city which has appropriately Many of these cranes aft engagedin completion (scheduled for December Atlanta bus driver said. "They (the produce from wholesalers who have
SPECIAL FEATURE WRITER designated the phoenix as its sym an operation which the Georgia 1988 the rapid rail will cover 60 miles buses) seat 70 people. And about wo stand in the wholesale" area ofhe
bol.The Department of Transportation caUa: and transport passenger*with"bullet passengers can travel in them when market and offer everything fnm
Th.fog isn't anything tike a Florida phoenix was a mythical bird "Freeing;the Freeways". train speed rom one end of Atlanta you include' standing capacity." California oranges to Georgia pecan*.
fog. It lingers high above, just out of who,after death by fire,rose from the Twelve-lane highways will even- to the other. Atlanta originally was culled Terminus Open-air stalls or sneda are
your grasp. It miniaturizes the ashes to a new life. And today, 120 tually expand across downtown _During rush hours in Atlanta,MARA end of the line. available and may be rented by4Jw
skyscrapers, calms the bustle of the years after Atlanta was turned to Atlanta, and the overall Atlanta brings ""Ilta'new epic| and span Today Atlanta is over ISO years old day, the week or the month. "
city and dampens the body. It is impenetrable ashes during the War Between the freeway system will become a accordion-style buses. DoubleKtecker has some is counties skirting in amiout As one Ga. farmer ".
even by the sun. It lasts States, its resurrection continues. highway network coveted. ; by other buses are a thing of the past. The of boundaries, has 2 million with ride, "I rent four booths by, ;
for days. Then one morning you Hundreds of mammoth crane.presenUy large cities. modern bus of Atlanta is 00-feet-long citizens and a tsoo million airport month.: I'm here almost all theGrowmyownatuffandmy'ister I
awaken and feel like Dorothy in the deface Atlanta's glimmer Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit and capable of turning even the facility (Hartsfield International Air\ ,
Land of Oz. The fog, risen to the ing skyscrapers. These cranes give Authority (MARTA),ia in the processof sharpest corners. An accordion type port) which opened in 1980 and Is the the canning. : t I. b'
heavens, has left behind an Emerald the illusion of being indeed the wings completing a rapid rail-subway device connects the front of the bus to world's physically largest airport Since the Atlanta State F;_ I
City, and Atlanta once again comes of the great phoenix, for as they raise system which travels under, over, the back of the bus, and passengerscan and second busiest airport (second Market is open 24 noun a day r;
alive. enormous pieces of concrete and around and through Atlanta.. even be seated where. the two sec. only to Chicago O'Hare International becomes a home away from hcrn.many 1j
Atlanta lies 330 miles north' of steel, Atlanta once again is rising to a Although presently in limited opera tions Join. with 40 million travelers. touching. farmers. Pick ups, semis 'i '
Starke. 1-75 is a straight hot into this new life. tion, when the entire project reaches,, "It's like driving a bicycle" one down in Atlanta annually travel trailers line one I aide of I 0\10
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M M 0 w..r" ;r .. The largest farmers market irt the, temporary quarters for the farm ,"Id
; South with its sheds, stalls processIng Many farmers were accompi I
houses and cafeteria on,146 their entire family,and there_?,.,i.'
,acres of concrete in south Atlanta. to be a real feeling of comrade AL-;V,
This 23-year-old market is open 24 'changed from booth to booth.t:Uw R" '*'
ft4i ", rr w r hours a day, seven days a week,'and The other side of the stalls is whetW
in many aspects reminds you more of .the( farmer welcomes his customd
being at a fair than a farmers market. usually with a soft spoken Georgtaih;
.Y1.1.. Excitement fills the air as the "howdy". And the C
farmer arrives from the farm with his market picks up as the custom
....Yj freshly harvested produce. Some. scans each booth and finally 'I ,R
i 7I farmers stop at the Cannery,where his selection of what appear gt
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their produce will be processed and'' some of the finest fresh I pi (
canned before being put up for sale. A meat andl r plants ever put bets; "d
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stop at the Hamper House and the his eye*. .
s t ., w farmer can purchase varying sizes of Home cooking at its best is1 of,*"
{' hampers hi which.to display his'pro- fered at the Farmers Market
duce.If Cafeteria which is also open 24 tour. *.*.
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With the aid of a special shoe and Lfgation (Tubes tied) & Vasectomies
'brace, along with daily doses of 'FLORIDATHEATRE
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:aspirin,Jessica has entered the worldof \ .
other happy two-year-olds Jessica No Hospital stay.necessary NO abortions: perfprmed': 'I"IENTE'B
:Brandis is once again walking. '
Starke 964-5451 964.6500KEYSTONE R
Jessica will remain in the brace for '
three months. Then Jessica and : : :ROad 964-7434' Starkij Jfl
Karen will return to the Shriner's 7 DAYS r a I
Hospital! and if when the brace is : .' \I "a r k l_ ,
removed, Jessica can walk without Friday thru Thursday'JOHN : :., Purchase. YourJERSEY' iASdr dW
pain= the brace will remain in Green- HEIGHTS
ville. OLIVIA '; Ions
TRAVOLTA NEWTON-JOHN Mrs o'"v
And how does Karen feel about the CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC f c *v
way, in just a month, the Shriner's ; ,, 'J Here
Hospital transformed little Jessica's SPECIALIZING N MODEM CHWOPHACTJC CARE a I Gg Get YeurLETTERING .\ (I>
life? "Well, I was praying for a 1'WO1iinI '". 18 ,I
miracle," Karen said and it looks as FREESweetheart's "> b|
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BACK PAIN WHIPLASH Thlsoffer
ServicemenRandolph 301 DRIVEINStarke '(BACKACHE!), (AUTO INJURIES) ,. ood through Febr'la 18
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'NECK PAINSHOUUKR NUMBNESS OR PAIN', '
PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS : "
964-7484 HEADACHES ON THE JOB INJURIES' JJIBSEYS $2 & $S

Blankenship Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon. (MIGRAINE) I.: WORKERS COMP : L, rf


Returns from Lebanon Da.OUNITTI"; RICHARDSON I ..I __ ,' . __ 1.

Marine Lance Cpl. R. CI'tllhiPLUS' : "
Randolph MOST INMMtANCE PLANS PAY new
Blankenship, son of Mr. and Mrs. _
Gerald Blankenship of Starke,recently J!. CHIROPRACTIC'.. SERVICES, 'WHICH ARE ACCEPTEDM Like LOOK to.fs A lt'N
returned from a six-month deploy- -
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member of Battalion M WllIIItImt Ms P*.Mt*hi TIll Can or TBs.Musts. '
1/8, 24th Marine Amphibious Landing Team Unit Deyond your hose ta Met sal ta'Tta CIMM* Prtv n.*.. W .DKMM" ", '',' To, Lake; and: $ave iiionol IB !

(MAUI,based at Camp Lejeune,N.C. Imagination_. : C/ ,'-T. EllISON 'alanln

MAU The in 24th May MAU as ,the replaced American the 22nd conU1gent KRULL 24,Hour Emergency.fiN' Answering Service.I _.' \ '. :''Yp'oritown': : ;Car Center:" !;lfJ'"

Peacekeeping of Force.the Multi-national COLUMBIA PICTURES Mon.t"? FueL,.Wt d."" Fri. 8:30: to 6 Thurs.. 9 to 1 O. \ ..,liT

f..f.,n. 473-36O4 ,83 Olds 88, :;t ',82 Custom :Van. 0]

Willis Montgomery "Vtf,'jj" \\- : HWY.'11 M* ,... niISi Nwdid\i .itr,4",-fl.(p 8.A.,.*""'".MI. em.***.: 11,388_ l ia]

Reports for Duty 78 Camaro :'80 Iftallbu I pe'I' '

On Okinawa ",j, _g, r .. -_.._" __ .- : 'VI AT. AC.:StHM':?".,.,,, >'4, 88.x. .*..AC..AT':,.w.-.a. .!'4981384Corvette !1

Marine Set. Willis L. Montgomery, ,., ".. :, '- 32 'Fi 'd.F100 ,,_ ",.. -!-

son of hell Montgomery of Starke. Bad Back ,Had ,Man Incapacitated(, Al Ttw T y ".',,f.t..,..,..24,380. ,AT.AC' ,SIMM.Lew mON' i 8
has for with the 3rd "
reported duty
Force Service Support Group,* on My name i is Gene Noegel. I have had a very bal injury to my back. It w**in 82'1' .... 8tSilverado;: PU
Okinawa. severe pain for a long time. I could not stand on my feet without the pua Swing i O.i.1..1'3'.J.\ : ...:
very Intense. I could not walk or drive my car.I went to several.foadtealdoctors ; ........ >... Ittry y T..ATACCnIIIt.1II. ; ; ;
that didn't even;take x-rays of me in a standing position,whteh was '81 'SMC Sierra' :82'Corvetta, ":'10
when my pain was the wont They prescribed pain killers and musctfe retax-\ \
.. Charles W. Marshall era which did not at all correct the position of my spine. I also vwtf to. ; Till _; ...... AC5488.. ;W M,.MM*LWM 898f;'
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"Valiant Usner 84-2" several specialists who did not x-ray: me in a standing position eItherTey: ',,, .,. -
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said there was nothing they could find wrong with me.After weeks of.Mffer* A WUwt SiSJ'fiS' : ? S
ParticipantMarine tag,my niece told me that she heard of people going to a chiropractor toe this -AC. crttiw,.+} ',f na'i;i.i,; ii3aa ,,rf 107, "ifrCHEVYOLDS
Sat. Charles W. Marshall, type of problem.I went to see Dr.Dopson. I pleased with**>way' 4 ", ; .II !
son of Charles W. and Myrl Marshall he treated me.He'x-rayed me in a standing position,and found that I bad a, .!.. aIj ,-- ,
of Starke,recently participated in ex' balance problem. After several weeks of adjustments and therapy.j;I was: I .' 1D w
erclse "Valiant Usner 8+2". He is a able to walk and drive my car again.felt so much better,I just couWt express '
member of Battalion Landing Team my gratitude enough to Dr; Dopson. After ten weeks f can go ho *to t
3/3 31st Marine Amphibious Unit. work without any pain. I am also released from Dr. Dopson'care W1U Ic tttiJfllfOv<

Marine Corps .Air Station.,Keneohe. mlsathembutIammucbbappiertobeweUaptn"TbantcyouDr."IIIIno". '
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Unit were involved in the unilateral Dr. RraaU DOOMH I' 'i !l- N. t
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r Doll-Ings of Gainesville wilt hold their 9th annual doll show this Saturday,
Feb. 11 in the Gainesville Mall located on north Main Street
Registration is from 9-10 ajm. that morning with the show beginning at 10
Doll Showi a.m.

Entires will remain at the mall until 4 p.m. that afternoon in order to give the
i l' 1 : public ample time to view the exhibits.
page Ribbons will be offered in 12 categories in each of two divisions.

I I.nI the 13tce aem Ian, I.e'fItS dressed bet Doll owners up to 18 years of age can compete fan the Youth Division. Adult
o period dress and had theJn **mav* and Ken dolls and 0.1. Division Includes all those "young at heart" doll collectors.
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dilplay
f only does she collect dolls and don books during but the celebration in Melrose.) Categories include antique, dolls over 50 years of age; baby and toddler dolls;
P she moved to Gainesville In she also repairs dolls storybook and sets of dolls; foreign, meaning dolls made'in another country not
1957
dence'course from Lifetime Career Lewis took a doll repair cor- American made dressed in foreign costume; handlerafted and; rag .doll;
b' doctor" Her specialty is repairing and SchoolllCaWomia'and became a miniatures under five Inches; modern, dolls made in last 25 years; older, dolls
' 'ftke to fix dolls back to their original restoring antique doll the; made 25-50 years ago; character dolls, bride dolls, teddy bear and stuffed
appearances especially If people r ; animals. J .' ;
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family/ .
I says there are two thlruts she Doll-ings club members will act as judges in selecting winning doll..They.
ow 'M& that Is, one, for the) .Poet Office would to like to!lee accomplished in the dell 'Jrv I, wall not be entering their dolls in competition but will have them on display; <
come out with doll and t
wr see the University of Florida a stamp; For further information call 376-1948 in the Gainesville, aria and 475-2417 in
come out with a Charlie Pen doll. '
the Melrosearea. : "
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,I r collection she has a cheerleader doll (which cheers) from her alma / ',?'' \ ,
td t Arkansas, and a learn Holtz doll a replica of the Arkansas. coach. She : "
A Charlie Pell doll would go over great in Gainesville. al

I has been a member of.the Doll-ings of Gainesville doll club tor 10 year;. NOTICE ,, ., : '
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..0: ,.._ 10 members and presently has only 25 members. > ,
We've' tried to keep it small," said Lewis.Vso can meet In our: homes; '.

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ad story, repair and make doll; and their clothee'and: keep It On a Personal i r Due to unforeseen problems,the Son? & ', ;
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.club's service project Is collecting and repairing, dolls to provide a per Qn page 1 of this week's sale circular Is .
io tession to the neglected and abused children staying in county not available. However, we are substt. ,
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the store hang the scores of petticoats as '
<1 Brooks Brothers billocarries pastel colores parasol.
I I cloth button-down' ,Atlanta's modern day Southern Belle
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along Brooks Brothers Weehly was quoted.as saying: "My Special 1 Purchase. 1. I
state sign of the golden/ idea of an idea day in Atlanta begins'
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