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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 16, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Responsibility; for initiating a and its authorized;representatives, i
4 building code violation was changed are expressly authorized to report to
from the zoning director to the the Zoning Director his authorized

5-member elected city commission in representative, any building or structure

a three-hour work session Monday believed unsafe'' defined by
t night Feb. 13, on Starke's proposed this ordinance.
; f r I ordinance; declaring unsafe buildings '(tb) The Zoning. Director Qr his
ly to be a public nuisance and providingfor authorizedrepresentative, upon
prevention* abatement, and receiving' the report of any unsafe
renewal of such nuisances. building or unsafe structure shall in-
The three-hour work session was an vestigate)such! rep rts.and make such

-i attempt to 'make the. proposed or- lawful inspections as may be required ,.

dinance palatable enough to get three. to enforce the. 'provisions of this. 'or-
.commissionerS to vote for it, 'dinance.
The three-hours were! spent in tryIng "(C)' Upon1'the investigation any

t tcrii i t to devise an ordinance that Would such report by the Zoning Director or .
'St c 1J (; ir balance the needs of the communityand his authorized' )representative ; i

+ R still protect the rights of the individual Zoning Director shall make, the,'fin

said Mayor Jimmy Crosby. ,dings of his investigation known to the .
City:Commission within thirty (((30)))

; : t See Before Voting,. days 'of the. e completion'. his Jnvestigatiott. .

;: Mayor Crosby could not'get three .
members of the'council to vote for the .
amended ordinance Monday night. In Council: .Initiates..< ",

,' fact, veteran, commissioner Vernon, u Under the amended: ordinance, the
Silcox said he wouldn't vote Monday council'would then have to vote to in-
night,' Commissioners Travis Woods itiate a complaint to the Violating par-
? and Bobby. Biggs said.They wants to ty. The ordinance provides the pro
+ tt', 'r r yr 'see the amended ordinance and have. perty owner so charged may'appeal

1 a chance to read it before voting. ,to" a Code Enforcement Board, made
tip of members other than the' city
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Vote at the next regular meeting Feb. appeal immediately stays
.violation process, pointed out,attorney1.
.u 21. Commisslsoner.SUcox then asked
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l''t" for a further delay, and agreed MayorCrosby's '' ,A fine of, to $250 violation" '
of ham up per,day
second suggestion
S :i r-5 Wizards ding out the' amended ordinance at contained in a' second jproposed/
S at Wori$$..*, the Feb'21 meeting and planning to :dinance establishing a' Code Enforcement -

.tbove.StarkeElrtnentar au'
.lake turns at the key board of'( mHiordlore fi" computer: .*. : .,; ',to Injected into the powers and duties : but the fact.that the'process
L4 ..' "l'rt"J.u ...y JIIIIHI4i l d l''jfiJlui' Ilitt'U l t"'Jhh, ;jJ tJ! { section- o( the-.cltY",;commission stayed by an appeal to the ..Code En-.. "
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IL : authority, enter any building structure
administrative order of the Code Enforcement

1i Whiz Kids ? or premises at all reasonable
Board to the Circuit Court.
: ':',: 1". 1 times to make an Inspection or to enforce
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'A Code Enforcement Board Is a quasi-
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judicial body solve
supposed to most
where there Is probablecause tobelieve'
"g; ; that a 'vI lationof; -this or- BUCbuUding cod problems ,before
n *< 'Lo' aii&h; # < '' ,they get to the court: system.
ools dinance exists. The latter phrase,.
Computers Arrive in. '; < '' In discussion Monday night Feb.
beginning with "where there is
1, ,il. ;I .,\ .: hll .1 .bable ,." is also pro- 13, .the ,term "just cause" to site a
cause.
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violation was'.changedto;, ."probable
S ----S Story and<<; Photos! by>> Lary Oglesb' r"S; Reporting Method.... cause" which'is easier, to show;said

'r The has ; Bradford attorney Browns' ,
computer age arrlvedfat two Countyelementary A four paragraph method of the ;
,i ; schools with programs set 'up, to accoijnodate) 'all students from
zoning director reporting suspected Council;Cautioned..
kindergarden through the.seventh grade. ;I < '
{ 1 \ violations to the city commission was '
Lawtey and Starke Elementary.Schools are now equipped with seven also amended into Section 5 of the or. Merritt Williams, .local. insurance
t computers each. "Our goals ';are to teach: computer literacy to' the ,finance. Two sections of the first 'agency owner; cautioned the councilit
S k.. students," says Starke Elementary Principal Charles Thomas t -, ,, draft of the ordinance were deleted.' should "be very careful about (pee
Thomas and Lawtey Principal Buddy Paterson have worked together Mayor Crosby and city ple's; ,.civil rights/ Commissioner,
in promoting the computer programs in thQ schools, .''{,;' i'; Brown had overa1e attorney'Terry ; first 'Venon Silcox said it is not'his. intention
In both schools, seven Commodpre 64 computet units are' set'up in the gone to have/people knock on a door
4n, back of the school' libraries. $jj 'draft: and" made changes./ "before the' and enter. ,

n 55n ,c As well as educational programs used in .the machines, some of the'' 'meeting.Copies of'the second draft of, the i No sheriff anybody in the United

r lime is spent playing the ever so ace ularvideogames.Programsarealso proposed will be available J States can enter your home without a
set up in the computers which students how to Use.and bq familiar! at the city ordinance hall. .'I' -search warrant.,pointed out Commissioner
% with the units. "? ,
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It will require two readings the
"It will be important to these students in the future to know how louse Purpose of the. discussion Biggs
ordinance before final
the'
7 SS A computers,lr predicted Thomas:! A < city commission The council adoption by fur.Cher' said, as far as he was concerned, was
The schools have taken difrererat'approaches educating the students'' amend,the, ordinance afterits'adoption can :l' to make certain the ordinance does

''5 ., for the computers. $..t h ,'' > at Its first reading, if it does! not provide for "Gestapo' tactics." ,
a At Starke Elementary two teachers, Mrs. Joe Watson arid Mrs. Theresa gain three council votes. ,. Judge R.A; Green, J& said it seemed
-S S r Paterson, have gone to workshops to learn how to operate the computers, Section S, entitled 'Inspections a good 'idea' for the council to
Once they are taught, they will tech other teachers which are members was changed to read separate the process determining
of a computer committee how-to, use' and teach; with the modern Reports.The ,City Commission or: Us there. is a building code violation{ and
machines. 'I/"ffrw* : authorized the, process actuallyemedying a ,
hereby'authorized.to
At Lawtey Elementary I the mus I c program has beeiisplitiii half to'arf'1, representative make such are violation. Id he hadn't
Inspections
r' 55*. ,,,fir comodate the program. Music instructor\ Jimmy Brownlee is now doubly thing Biggs'faic' with,which
,and take such action as be rev taJ: .
; Ingasacomputerteacher. $$(' '/ ?: : f "' !: '( .'. may "* ." ;
al .v'J* says.e quired'I.to ;enforce the provisions .of
"We .are' teaching, them: ke&by key and .gradeYby, grade, this ordnance."tag Councilman:' Schaefersaid:: he
Brownlee.Similar I favored the ordinance
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programs are getting under way in otherBra'drord Schools, "\' tagees of real property within the City"I-drafted,which gave more authority tope
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Thcr fatest news from the police beat in Bradford and Union# / J"' 1 "meeting has been mysteriously :
ed. ;; 1 K4JP', have'been raised several, times : ;
Bounties.. :
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i '''Storke'RQVtnft'' tin. f .' ), : Assistant State Attorney Tom Elw.H.;!;I f' at the Feb..1s, 1984 meeting!but could : ( he'hoi!

S Saturday irt connection', with am 1 ongoing,.!in-ft*5 not come up wW; .the taro becaut ..U'i ; of-
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,. by Kellf Cacv er .:'::, ':'h c '. .',: ,, ; .. :, The city dirt from cilman Charles Sehaefer'1010 me as ofii. ; ;' c n. ")H1py, % U4
Starke's street sweeper was out at Sam sweeper sweeps council in an Information report. The
v .('.JJ .A '!IJ.! J t ........J '': Wednesday morning for;the firsttime curbings onto a hopper.and a belt city will need such a truck if it decidesto Declined, as recommended by at
: ,f'". in several months, said Utilities transports debris into,the. truck to be extend Schaefer said. torney Robert Jablon, to approve
Thought for fl 7'I'" ;. ." receiving the,P.R.I.D.E. award In Supt. Merrill Dees. hauled away. coverage, proposed new natural gas purchase
Mathernatica a*.the top math student td agreement with Florida:: Ga*
Ivon though wo i ia od N ft., Two sprockets necessary operate Gave preliminary approval to Site
| work In tho .. In BHA. -,t*.t :h the city 15-year-old street weeper, plans presented by building contractor Transmissions Co. Word.was the gas
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taken off duty several months ago to other Feb. 7 action, the city commission Warren Stevenson for a new 2,800 firm, with which Jablon ,Is trying to
Magazine Mania... Donald Thornton,Ul .recognized for be overhauled arrived this week and : square foot office building to be renegotiate to replace a contract
placing first In the 45th Annual have been installed. City mechanics on which expires in 1983, has not offeredthe
The BUS student council is sponsor Agreed to keep the Jaws of Life erected by attorney Reggie Flynn
enough deal to make
Episcopal. ,JnvjtaUonallWr stUng overhauled the entire hydraulic Georgia Street just north of the county city a good it
ing another fund raiser to boost Tournament.! placed third in the system put In a new sweeper motor, tool bought by the county on a city courthouse on 301-N. Stevenson worthwhile for the city to give up Its
morale and property value of the Middleburg Invitational Wrestling and thought the machine was fixed, Fire Department pick-up truck which said plans to a third of present contract sooner than it has to.
school. Tournament. Donald has maintainedthe said Dees. But it operated only goes to every fire inside the city and Flynn occupy .
All students are encouraged to par A-B honor roll and 'a 12-4 overall %-hour when the two sprockets broke.It in the county. County commissioners '
ticipate in and everyone will benefit record throughout. 'the wrestling, simply takes time to get the new had previously agreed with'the' suggestion i 'I .
It will be magazine mania I It I Anyone' season parts, Dees said Tuesday Feb. 14. of the county Emergency Ser-
who participates will be selling Dees told J.E. Tomlinson presidentof 'vices Director Cliff Chapman to have Introducing televisions
subscriptions to popular magazines. Scholarly Errors.... the Starke-Bradford Chamber ,the tool used to extract victims from i ,
Profits and prizes will depend upon Feb. wrecked vehicles in the custody of that life f '. ;'
how many subscriptions' are sold. When listing the' straight-A honor Commerce, at the 7 city commission the city. improves your ,
roll Shuford's was ac- meeting that the sprockets were '
name
There will be a Kick-Off Assembly' Stacey Mayor Jimmy Crosby asked Clerk each and day.That's ; ,, ,
cidently left out of last weeks paper. on order. Tomlinson had asked 'why every .' ; ,'
Feb. 22 to acquaint everyone with the Neil Tucker to write an agreement to
Freshman Stacey is the daughter of city streets aren't being swept. % .
program. Proceeds will go toward a, Mr. &: Mrs James Shuford of Lawtey. Mayor Jimmy Crosby, Jr. asked' be signed by,city.and county officials. "' '. ,,', '
new sound system & flag pole to fly f"f',
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Her subjects are Art I, Standard Dees to let him know when the \l': > our ,.
our new, school flag on,'and landscaping -A quick fire r'
response truck will
English 9, and Standard American sweeper is ready and to supply the! ;
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Our Student Council makes many of Congratulations on ; Lifet mejjuarafltee' \\ .
making the honor roll I 11 I .
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these things possible and it is up to us
An apology is also issued to .
to make it possible for them. I
freshman Tasher Allen who was
mistakably called a boy.

Tornadoes of the Month.... ... From Page IA
Open Opinions...
The top four studentS selected for the was the only commission member To study the possibility of a federal
month of January are... The floor will be open for any who said he felt that way. grant and/or tax credits to fund a
students desiring to express their opinions revitalization of the historic area of
Cheryl Furrow was selected for be- to the Student Council. A stu- Audience Split... downtown Starke'Miller replied.

ing an award winner in writing as the dent invited forum to attend.is set Feb. 20. Everyone is The audience of some 25 persons Biggs questioned, 'Without the ordinance ,
top writing student at, BBS based on was split on the issue of the city com ,you can't get a grant'
samples of her work she received the Library display... mission versus the zoning''director Miller said the ordinance is neededto
P.R.I.D.E. award. noted Commissioner Silcox, who saidhe take action on unsafe or hazardous
In observation' Afro American favors a building code ordinance of buildings in the downtown redevelopment. -
Michelle Kimutis received the History Month, the library has a some type. Biggs asked if that meant the
P.R.I.D.E. award for the area of displayed bulletin board. If you use "Who does determine if there is an committee would cite a violation on
Science as one of the top science the library, take time out to notice the ,offense." asked John Miller, 'president property owners who didn't go along
students at BHS. The criteria for the board commemorating this month. of the Downtown Progress Com- with the committee's effort. No said
P.R'.LD.Eaward "in'' the'area'.of mittee, saying the judge had a point. Miller the ordinance would be used
science was a 3.5 or better in'aU Campus Capers.. The council determines if a-violation only when buildings were considered
Science courses and 90 percent or bet Tangula Parks is currently the exists pointed out Mayor Crosby, unsafe or a fire hazard.
ter 'on the SAT or ACT;: Also four checker champion of study hall. How' using the information In the Zoning
credits must be obtained inj s ience. long can this reign prevail???' Director's report. Placing authority Satisfied Now... Introducing Lifetime,cable television pioneers: Daytime and Cable
Michelle. also qualified in'Math.. ". to determine a violation in the handsof E.L. Matthews questioned the commissioners guaranteed to bring useful Health Network. They've joined' 1
Happy 18th... Birthday to Elizabeth, the Zoning Director\ putting the "Are'you satisfied with information to everyone from to bring you exciting programming ;;
Kathy I Roach was" selected",for, Lawson. Feb. ,20111! !I.! responsibility in1 the hands. of- one the way the downtown looks now?" homebodies to world travelers. that will keep you informed'Our ''
'. 11"f, ) ;. I'" \ It ; man, Silcox cautioned. Biggs said he learned in a sociologyclass experts and celebrities cover 'on the issues important to you: Pro
l j ,t\f.. "Ji.. H1J""J., ( 'The council can initiate action;, but about '(zones of transition" that everything from physical fitness gramming on relationships,health.
under state law cannot make the final, when older' buildings become cheap to gourmet cooking. fashion; programming that will
decision, noted Mayor Crosby. .: enough they will be bought and the Lifetime is the product of two improve your life all day,every '
City residents want to make a move area redeveloped''Matthews jointed' of cable television s programming day. That's our Lifetime guarantee..
:; Deadlineis March 1. on obvious situations) such as several out such areas are. now called enter; .
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burned out buildings and that's 'all prise zones. ,
this board wants, said Silcox. Crosby reiterated the' propose
law "wilt not ,authorize .LifeiilleTMNow
No Gestapo Tactics..., anybody to ''tear. 'down half of !
For Homestead ExemptionThe It Is not the purpose of the proposed downtown Starke. No case in the entire E "
ordinance "to tear down half the townor state has ever gone to court "

several hundred Bradford tially greater taxes than they should have Gestaop tactics;; pointed out Crosby,.said. People will ,cooperateand Available on. ,:' '
clean their once the
up property
the mistake of not checkingto Mayor Crosby. ;-! Cable Channel 21
County' [homeowners who have not filed through Commissioner'Biggs asked Miller ordinance!, ..isin effect Crosby '/
their 1984 homestead exemption' be certain. of their filing. Alvarez predicted. 1
stresses that March 1 is the deadlinefor "What is the purpose of the
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'$385: to$460 higher if they don't act in all these exemptions. -__________.__ __n______..______ ____. ,1.- !',
the. next few weeks; Approximately 70 percent of those .
Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez eligible have filed to date but there' ... ; .: 'I,
filing deadline is March t for are some each year who fail to file on '( I
time I said Alvarez.jp* Sigtgie83! ,..;,. ',nal9 x'''w' ",", r I/ : 'Nraoq pgTOri't'rt'nn! n.
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agricultural exemption.. Pastor George Watson and Walter F..MontzPastor SALE .
The amount of taxes failure to app- The Congregation Invites You to We invite you to worship with us ANNIVERSARY
ly can cost varies with the tax rateap- Come and Worship With Us Attended Nurs.ry'I,' ,j

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Alvarez estimated that several hundred Morning WonNp .. . . 11 AM I . . ... .11 am .
of Bradford countys 4,400 EvingoUitfc .. . ... . 7 PM Evtring Morning" Warship ke . . ;. .epn Save $120 to $300 set ;
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homesteaders'have yet to'' file"their Wednesday Worship 7:30 HI- Wednesday Vnrth .. . j. 7:301 per.
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It 'w IJ4 n Nt / Raising. Graduation Credits,

How many credits should be required rather than the current two years;
,, h 21 : for a student to graduate from four years of math,rather than three;
y : high school? four years of social' studies, rather
An increase credits may be required than 2W.. '
in the Bradford school district, Vo-Tech Director David Smith
in going along with the state's move pointed out that BUS is losing half its
for high quality education and students from the ninth to the 12th
toughening standards. The Bradford grade. Many get diplomas later
school board, concerned began tb'' through the vo-tech center, .he said. ;
< question! the administration at its Increasing
,, requirements, Smith said, 1
Feb.,6 workshop.But would probably cause more high
S S'S Supt. Tom Casey said the Inter- school' dropouts and, 'force, more
t '' pretation of the new Raise Bill .is still students into>> the vocational' pro-
going on within the Department of grams. I .
ducation. Casey showed Th. It's an issue that should be addressed
Telegraph reporter a, 3-foot stack .of Smith pointed out. .
books of regulations and orders sent .
to him by DOE this year.: In other action at the; .Feb{ e
The state DOE is now doing its sixth workshop, the school board: .
or seventh interpretation,but has promised Postponed its regular Feb., .20
a final decision of what the new' meeting one week Feb.
law requres around March 1, Casey 2t, at 7 p.m. unt.llMOndafr board
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guessed.Currently members will be i
out of town on
i \ 22'credits are, requiredfor business. The board agreed to the j.I
yi J graduation. But; ,this year's ninth .postponement at the Feb 6 workshop, ;
P y N \ ., { graders\ will be required to have 24 but school board rules forced a"
I' ..IJ credits Educators when they graduate in four special meeting Febfor, ..the action. ti 1 y
years. wanted to go fur* to be officially taken. "
ther than the state requirements but ,
'felt it would be unfair to suddenly add .-Was invited +
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Smith to a Feb. 24
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j. requirements 'education to- be held at';the* ,
at the ninth grade level, i
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center here.
I ] BMS Smarties. giving students a chance to work'on ::1

The',21 students who earned stralghUA'n. Helena Tricia ti" Jennifer. the additional two credits'''. Was informed by architect Al qp t
on their report card -for the third Norman. Bath. )Yyonn*,Hobo Doinile Francis, Now. school board members'
S sU-weeks grading. period art''(I-r) : Brown. Holly Shield ,. .- ,,. wonder. should they go to 26 credits Dompe of Gainesville that his firm is 'I;
;: First I .rows Steven Thornton. Audra Branlley Tonyu 1 Klein Jason Brown : 1 with the state moving to 24? undergoing reorganization, and that i
iJody' Brown; Scott Duncan, and Brian Kendrick. ., Third llfchle ; he will be practicing alone and,will, i
: Taylor Robert'hooneRobert
row Thorpe i 11I11 'yIcall. At 26 credits, students would be required 'continue be
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f Second row Valeria Krack. Penny lisle"llsha Gruen.Trlcia Parade tara. .u ? to take /our,years! of science,. chitect.iv ar 11 r,
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Middle School;; or 2.52 percent of the Patricia Parado' daughter of Mr. Jenkins, Nicole Johnson, Tommy Bishop, Dyana Crawford, 'Jason
student body earned straight-A's forth and Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton. Jones Janet Kennedy Esther Mar. Crawford, Tracy Combs Michelle KIWANISPANCAKE II
third-six weeks which ended.Jan. Lake. tin., Dodie McRae, Gene Murphy,. Conner, Jennifer Dodge; Gayle
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Another. '. Holly Shields, daughter of Mrs. Frank Norman, Stephanie O'Steen. Douglas, Allison Farnsworth; Aimee !
13 percent or 108 of the 833 Carol Stevenson of Starke and,Bill Eric Packham Chad Reddish Lora, Ferguson Jason Hersey Lisa Hinds, '
member student body. earned all A's Shields,of Starke :. -. Sapp Joe Sellers, Michael Shine, Eva Hodge, Devin Jackson, Pam ,DAY f
and B's. \ Lanette Starling, 'Sabrina Starling,, .. King, Dwite Knbwles, Michelle Undo : j
!1, Sixth Grade i .' : David joj
Thorpe Joy Vellenga,'Teresa" sey, Lyn Looney. Beth. McKinney'
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,Straight-A students are: > ''Scott Duncan, son of Mr.and Mr$.,, W yon. Sharie Meier' Wayne .Patrlck."CariRichie ,
Yi{ Jim Duncan of tarke. i Mike Rlpplinger Jennifer, !
Eighth Grade < Donnie Francis; son of Mr. landMrs. Seventh GradeTangaiia l Bass,'; ,? Sheese, Richard Smith Misty Telken, Saturday S j
fManny Alcantara son of-Mr, and Charles Francis of Starke. Diana Benefield, Shawna Blom..Mar-: Lyn Wartsbaugh ,
Mrs. Filemon Alcantara of Starke. Valeria Krack. daughter Mr.and cia Brown Paul Dickinson, 'Ed -_1IIIIMIi,..-' ".
Robert Boone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Michael Edkin Klein of Starke. Douglas Kim Dukes Chris Durban, February 18 :
Lea Boone of Starke.: ;. Steven Thornton. son of Mr andMrs. Julie Ferguson Kern Fillyaw,; ..... .. 1' .' '. & :
'Jason Brown, son of'Mr.; and Mr. Donald Thornton of Starke. Michelle Garcia Mitch Gray, Stanley .I '
Marvin Brown of Starke. Griffis, Carlo Haley Christi Harrell, ,. 7 to Noon .r:
Jennifer Brown, daughter of Mr. The 1 and Mrs..Marvin Brown of Starke. by grade Hodges, Sharon Howard, Terricena ? :: t. x
Jody Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kitties, Richard LeNeave, ,Amy ',>jij; Starke Elementary' .
Marvin Brown of Starke. Eighth' Grade; Shannon Abrams, Lewis,. Eric Nugent. Kristin Pfen- \ "
Penny Hsieh.; daughter;of Mr.mn4' ..Kim Austin CassieAutry, Bernardo niger, Allen Porter,.Melinda Powell "I THURSDAY f.bruary I* ? Cafeteria'EatInor I, I
Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Baez, Michael Barber, Bonnie Ben Elizabeth Rowell. Cindy Samons SUWANNEE RIVER WATER (MANAGEMENT ,
'"Richie' Taylor, son of Mrs. Carolyn son, Bo Bishop Daniel Bronson, Kim Suzanne Sapp' Carrie Shaw, Barbara'
Taylor of Starke and. Bobby Taylor of Burch, Dale Cassels Pam Carter Smith, Sarah Smith, Noy' Sriyibul I DISTRICT Governing Board Mtg. Take. OutmO'lWCARDTQeAr.xMf,
Lawtey. Jamie Carver,,. Jennifer Clark, Scotla Sheila Stewart, Pam Thornton,,DeDe 1 P.M.-Llv. Oak' '
Robert Thorpe, son of Mr. Bert Mrs. Cassandra Fisher Robert a o..+JHSJPT? Tina\ Willingham Faith I -DFrbt M.adgU lV .I "" n i.LiUi rt tl t.-;Va1Trf.rr.r., } !' P. '
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Mrs, Mickey Bath of Brooker. RON DENMARK INSURANCERepresenting f' r' MMt February'27' Special Olympics Ident- A Child
Yvonne Bobo daughter of Mr. and. ; 1 '
Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. TuEsDAY f.brllCIJ'V 11BROOKERELECTION Youth Bajeba!! Team B. .S. Key child; /

I ": Audra Brantley, daughter of M f. ., ...,. New Family Picnic Park and other proJects j'
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Alisha Gruen, daughter of Mr. and Home. Auto.LIfe"' -Mobile Home STARKI I
k Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. .,, ; Mtlng-1:00 P.M. ,
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When curly growers of this area heard prolonged the frigid onslaught and Christmas i.V"! forecasts I ,
blasts from the mournful whistle of a wood- were not alarming. It was going to be cold, yes, >;..
burning railroad engine as it passed through but nothing to be especially worried about. None
Starke, they knew that a freeze or a frost was on of the weather watchers suspected anything ""
the way and moved quickly to protect their cropsas unusual until midmorning on Saturday, the day .( \(\ ;, ,, I
best they could. The train whistle was the only before Christmas. !I "' ,; ,, :1";'L<< ,
frost-warning service available i in those pre-radio The,first observer to realize that something big SThTI011 '., < ,, I, ,N,,,< '''ry ]

pro-TV: days. was up was Bob Kerns at the National; Weather !1- '"' 1

But even today, in spite of all the radar and Service. He saw numbers tumbling on the maps, / /, \ ,,. I'I ;
other sophisticated equipment available to and knew the cold was headed this way I. :'

weather forecasters sometimes human error "We had been expecting lows in the low 20s. but (I.' "l"I" ,,,{,'
keeps weather forecasts from being much more by 3 p.m. we knew something worse was coming; ,' ., ';.\.
accurate than those provided by the old steam and a special statement went out to the.media,: ,<" ..' \', : :' l;
whistles on locomotives of long ago. Kerns said. "By Christmas Eve night we forecast .. :!\ I ,, '

For instance, take the infamous Christmas lows in the upper teens, and called for protection ", ,. : ,t, :'" ."i
freeze of 1983. If you were taken by surprise by of pipes plants, and pets." Boylan said that a low \Ifj: : \, ',1
this coldest Yuletide of the century, you weren't of 13 was forecast on Channel 12's 11 p.m. news. "'!,r\I" : .:x ,I
alone in your misery. So were the experts of the By midnight Christmas Eve the temperaturehad :.".,j .. ",',

television newsrooms. dropped from 31 to 18 degrees,then it just con :'Ir ,l'", .; 'dl
Apparently everyone was too obsessed by the tinued to drop. By 7 a.m. It had reached 11 ,'II',:. ,t,: '' ',,- ,1. \ :,,
excitement of Christmas Eve to worry about the degrees the official reading in Starke. Various ..'i 1// .. ,.' ': '
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which they weren't."We however. The previous of occasionally "goof up," a,". ;.1, ;\;,-.' -'' :j
11 degrees recorded during the Valentine's Day' /<1. modem radar and other sophisticated equipment, weathermen ryas: l :' ;'
all blew it." said Ray Doylan, chief freeze of February 1899, which brought two Inches' Vtf..:",' ",1 the case, ,with ,'l.<)H.fs: Christinas, 'rce/e. %;" ,, > "., ..;., 1, h: \ I ""' ,' |
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for Channel Jacksonville ,1' 'f'
meterologist 12, speaking of snow to the area, and death to the county's ,,
for himself and his fellow weathermen in an citrus industry. ., '"'eLetters :'.
interview with Florida Times-Union staff writer ,1.1'" I ;",I j." 'r. :." ',,",,, ""
Don Meitin. The Christmas freeze was especially "
devastating because of its record endurance, remaining to the Editor Reader Challenges .
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Apparently, Boylan, along with George Winterl- below 32 degrees for more than 40 hours.. 7" County ,Commission ;
Ing of Channel and Rufus Hafer of Channel 17
Few plants and even some trees could not stand "'.I'"
were aware a freeze was in the way, but predictdonly ; such prolonged cold, especially since they had experienced Dear Editor, The from Commissioner Maxi. "BOONIES" we would stand a better, '
a modest 18 to 20 degrees But 11,with a wind response
mild that time and chanc
a winter to were ?of getting a newly developed community -
chill factor of zero.like everyone else on up I challenge Bradford County Commis- Carter was that they were not in a positioi '
not conditioned for the sudden than residents who have
change. paved lived
Christmas Eve, they were blissfully unaware of sioners to act responsibly to the residentsof to do so. My response is..if the county' isn'iin ,t here all their lives. What good is it '
such approaching catastrophe. Although two months has now elapsed since the Lincoln City. a position, then who is? being '
in the proximity of paved Streets when you
killei-cold, Bradford's strawberry is still suffering '"
According to the, T-U interview, the TV from the effects. Plants remain crop stunted, I've never seen such a collectively irresponsible Commissioner E.W Hodges' rational l*I can't get out of 100 feet of mud, I know for
weathermen and government meterologists had and many were killed outright. Fields that are group of community leaders in for not paving is that because Lincoln City at least 30 years residents have been trying .
been leaning over their chartboards tracking a t usually white with bloom and heavy with young all my life as our County Commissioners. is in the proximity of two paved: streets'! to get the Lincoln\ City community" 'pays
massive chunk of arctic air ,heading to the U.S. and maturing fruit at this time, remain practical: I approached the commissioners and they could not make a commitment. I ed
from Siberia for a week before Christmas.The ly dormant with little new growth to replace that asked them to make a commitment to pavIng was one of the most irresponsible corn When asked how they determined: who
icy wave couldn't be ignored, for it lost to the freeze. Lincoln City if the small cities block ments any ''one could utter. This'implies!I ''was placed on the priority list for paving,
threatened to swallow up the entire Midwest and It will be a colorless spring, with azalea bushes grant did nqf come'fhroug.-( that,if we all moved ten miles out in the t Commissioner Carte'stated ,"we decide
was establishing frigid records in the areas it still brown, and little or no signs of buds that are among ourselves." What then does this' .(tell
I covered. Thirty and 40-below temperatures were usually bursting into full bloom at this time. Even, the residents in our,community?, ,
setting new lows day after day and the so-called scorched, If ,
trees by
hardy camphor appear as Commissioner Carter seems to think
'Siberian Express" was the lead item in the news fire, and dead. Even the two j'ILw. --4
many palms are that since they have paved two streets
.. media. towering palms, at the old courthouse, which were near black residences the past 30 years,
According to Winterling, the jet stream (high almost as tall as the clock tower, appear to be vic- that they have not neglected the black
altitude steering currents) had been holding back tims of the cold. Heating oil and gas bills soared to community. '

this mass of frigid air but it finally slipped below new highs for the December-January! period ) I contend that residents in Lincoln City
the steering currents; tumbled down the Appalachian It was a sleeper-this Christmas freeze of 1983, pay the added four cents gasoline tax for
mountains and hit the deep South like taking everyone by surprise. But it will long be the purpose of using this money for paving
an arctic tidal wave. remembered. It will share honors with the winter"of
and that some of our tax monies should be
Residents of Jacksonville and surrounding area 1976-77, which was dubbed at the time as the col ', equitably used in the Lincoln. City com ,
served by its TV stations were not forewarned of dest in the South since 1885. ',' ''; 4rr munity for paving.' '

Therefore, I challenge the County Commissioners
,' J of Bradford County,' to ''act ,.
u 11 EDITORIALSTrimming : .., responsibly to all of its residents as they,

!, Jo, 14 "J :','/ 14' I-ei't: : ? have so obviously neglected Carolyn Lincoln Spooner City


Pentagon Waste ,';,\ ,', .: Rt.3, Box 24, StarkeStreetSweeping

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, Would Trim Budget DeficitWall Welcomed Back, 1w ";; :'>"
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I I frrc-47 An Uperl Letter to the, City eo\cll.\ : f'IJ
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Street is generally credited with cording major authority in the Defenp It has been noted that the city is nor..; 1
having a sixth sense that enables it to Department ,and O'YeI'tthe"8t'medtee, .. ; ........ .weeping,the'{\tareets after many rmontbl' *'
',.,) 1,114, J. 1 f .'kind we think tWa, Is Abi oorar&1e'tneupkpelhvdh4etreeAl't'tleuesiolnut!
1ooVnhea and fen-edict what the future vicesr to"e'tecu.tlY 1b. Wf.APm + ratep
holds for' the U.S. economy. In recent firms, ora4t.tUi ffOm f i tiil fi'i'fe q",,2 w ,,,... ,, 4 ,: ., u'E !!. \ ( / *'I''"

weeks the stock market has been show- Washington representatives' or: 'lob',' P / We are sure the persons using the street'h\:' \,,

ing its concern over the projected $180 byists, now politely called consultants M]: .. t'oveYn 1'}nt. on Call ,Street also will notice appreciate the steps the vast being difference taken and will.; ':t"' ''/

billion budget deficit and the possibilityof This is not civilian control but rather' \ nt\ from for (he'twolory" building at Ell:) W. 'all St. got umleiway Wednesday ing and maintenance makes to the streets.sweep' .
continued high interest rates that incestuous administration OF the with ovt uer Joe Aglus (right) and contractor Jlnl Addition discussing, plans fur the antique This ... '
could slow down economic recovery.But military-industrial complex BY' the' w MM! paneling exterior: and inside i l renovations.The is the just a small step of forward in improving ", .
military-industrial complex FOR themilitaryindustrial ', Ii IId llg, with three office spaces on the lower floor with rooms abovenun hud appearances our streets.
in spite of these signals from Wall variouVuxes over the years. Agius says hI'has had several interested Inquiries recent We are proud of the effects this amount;' 4' ,
Street, Congress and the White House complex. ; ly and 4 Mild remodel the Interior to suit the tenant. ofwork has accomplished.... Keep up1,the1 rt f "+

continue to play, a ''political game of Galbraith says the Pentagon image;; Call : Irret merchants and properly owners are now exploiing means of other, good work." .' .". .,-1.",, ;:;.

pass-the-buck shrugging off attemptsto suffers then because "no one can accord,' buildm)I Improvements! as a way"attracting more ui-llvity; into the downtown area.. ',I A Reader",,' \'j,

do anything immediately about the them their much-valued reputation for.:; /I ''f} ': ')\. ,' .,' .,. '" "I< ",,( oJ
deficit until after the November elections disinterested patriotism and public ser- ,,. '. 1 ;" : : "

for fear,of losing' votes, either by vice if they are seen as ,the agency of&, ::'" h ty Agent's Notebook Bradford byBobbyTaylor'J'County Agent' t I I ',1 ," ,, ". 'I: I

the President or by members of Con- and the conduit for revenues:to the ,'' tCO. :;' : I f--::. :

gress up for re-election.- great weapons .firms that form ',,this,:; J'. .of Oi, \
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The only possible' way to cut the largesse have recently been reporting.'%" "t Itea thC outdoor exercise! a feeling of To; summarize briefly, to have,a good six, or, eight inches. And 'make sure you
deficit is to raise taxes and reduce record gains in profits., 'and an unprecedented accomplishinelt, and potential savings on garden you need to prepare the soil properly. have a level, finely\ textured surface before I
defense President concern as to what() dd::" ,the family ood bill are good reasons why Be sure to start far enough ahead ofplanting planting: If a sod test Indicates lime isneeded ,
spending, and with their large accumulation of cash.," More and n ore people are turning to home to allow organic matter to partially to. give your garden plot the right
Reagan is adamently opposed to both., vegetable, ardening. In recent articles, decompose i Turn the soil to a depth of acid, level. "'< ; t
Without his leadership neither will be The writer also points out the 'change I I've discuss ?d tips on planning such a pro- ,
done., in : the 'nature and effect of modern, ject..This yv kIll, discuss soil preparation .1. "
has been ,and liming J :, .tt t J. ,I. '.U. :.t, ...b.
Historically it seen ,
What is so distressing and frustratingabout weaponry.
the deficit stalemate is that Mr. as a source of the citizens' security,''but Soil Pre aratlon

Reagan shows no 'apparent interest or this is no longer entirely true, "All! _, i First In rtant Step

support of the 'findings, of his own reference to modern weaponry has&'; ,;:.f,' ,,: ,11Gatd ning,
"Private Sector Survey on Cost connotation destruction, not only for '. ,'

Control" whose chairman said, "The the enemy, but also for the private: Usually, he most physical part of n

people should know that at least 30 or 35 citizen, and increasingly, for all life Oft vegetable rdening project Is getting the
But, ,,whatever
'soil ready ( w planting you ,
the 'pointing"out j
planetGalbraith says,
percent of their taxes;: are wasted, absolutely do, don't gi ve in to the temptation to cut
that the lines of remedial action was
wasted 'corners on his! phase, of the operation If
obvious: 'you doa pa r job pf preparing the soil.:you
The insufficient billion' "down -
,, $100 '
"A military :budget that respects" ; can expect wor results from your garden
payment" that Mr, Reagan suggested 'unneeded'civilian "<.* .even if yo, ,work hard: on planting and ,
needs total curb
might be made on the deficit over the ; a on cultivation, i planning a large r rr (
next three years, could be doubled or or irrelevant military'operations garden,yo might want to rent a rototiller.or +
by eliminating the waste fraud ,abroad; ,control of the Pentagon by even a'S: nail) tractor and plow tq use in : ,,
tripled ,
soil. But for a smalt c--J'L
civilians who actually control, and who preparing [he
and in the Defense
errors "a
Department
work
arden can do the
from backyard t you
divorced
are wholly corporate H
which the President mentions '
never shovel
with a spat t or .

while still calling for trillions in increased ... freeze terest:;, as acceptance a first step toward of the arms bilateral con The tim to begin Soil preparation' , 1 'f."- .........' '0'#
defense what's
spending. extent on growing '
depends tD ome
trol; arms control viewed as something. 'on your garden site now, If you have heavy; Fire'at, Kingslcy Lake.. I
According to the Pentagon's own Inspector :
to be achieved, and not as weeds, or.a cover crop you Intend to turn '
General such waste, fraud and gesture. Only, then will military ;ler*: under, YOUlshoyld start a month or 'Six ftfrarnei'ottagton'thesouthwestsirteofKingtiley'.akewasdes royedbyfire'ibout ?:1
abuse in military spending comes in vices again be seen as the instrumentsof weeks beta e'' planting. This also |13 the ::1 ..II'. Monday,. but Prompt action by the KllIgllley lake Firg Department kept lh\ ," :Y
countless forms. Congress retains obsolete a nation's protection, not of..it and'' time to if needed. blaze from spreading to. other nearby rottagn. f ., ,
programs and bases;all intended the world's destruction." .. .1'You'' aitlrnei the garden site fallow, or liwaedbyllaroldtBishBlahopaat411alSeymour.the house wasrentedtoKimand y
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protect jobs in their home districts. ( you all vegetation, and no Angle Kpndallwho"\'fr. out of town lit the lime, The house watt insured.but tilt, pep'i;
Each of the military services insists on Konstantin'U. Chernenko,,new leader lime is req red,you could prepare the soil Wai! property: of the occupants: was lost, ';1' i
has said ,"The and within ,,two or 'three ,days.
of the Soviet Union plant '
buying different" weapons and ,equipment USSR will' cooperate in full measure However iijyou plan to work extra organic 'Child Abuse, Cases'.Increasing Rotarians,,Told'
,
with
'duplications running up matter lnt ? with all states which are prepared: r yThe
costs. The services$ Join with military should start four' to six weeks, ahead,,of 'c'
contractors to "goldplate" adding assist, through' practical 'deeds''inlessenIng I tim. ,(,' new judicial guidelines for sentencing incest,,'is"resulting in a:larger number tit ;
weapons lawbreakers "need a lot of work
on
,
costly features that".produce,little. international tensions ;'and To prepare the soil,dig down six to eight them,"' Starke Rotarians were told last cases coming to light with more offenders
of trust in,the brought to. court ,as a result, the speaker
extra military! capability. Contractors creating an atmosphere inches, and um each shovelful completely'over"lf ,week by Phyllis Rosier, assistant state attorney said '
world' President Reagan sent similar turning in weeds or, a" cover "
inchargeofabuse Suwan-
youre cases "
work add ten to
turn out shoddy ;that can ,
all the woody '
the USSR the crop, you ihould, remove nee County.
following "
30 percent to the taxpayers'' bills:' The ,death messages, of its to former leader Uri An- material, .Because, it won't decompose' The,speaker said",that under1 the new Gunter to Speak J i .J.JAt
Private Sector Survey reported that { either before platting.,, guideline,, which have been widely Rotary and '
i
military spending''', could be' cut $20 dropov. Soon we shall ,see or After thessoirfs! turned, break all clods: criticized by members of the bar and the Meet''Public eb.t2' : 11
both of the superpower'leaden are aswilling rake. Do this as soon as judiciary allowing many offenders to, t ,_". !' 'rI' :
billion annually, :largely, by improving and level with a ) ,
to cooperate as their words:im-: \ you can tSwrevent excess drying of,,the. qualify'for probation when more severe '/ '' 1, s- I ':,
weapons acquisition,, ,. ,' .,. ,soil and toffeep good soil texture This !I. sentences would have formerly been applied Slate tnsursnceCothmis'sioner' Bill
.plyln.lhe pulverised soil in many cases,_ Gunter will be '
Important ifccauj a finely guest speaker at the StatkO
John K. Galbraitlj' ,, economist and meanwhile,, President Il43aganshould surface wil make planting easier and give Mss Rosier;' who is a graduate of BHS' Rotary. Club on Wednesday feb,2II., '
author of "The Anatomy of Power," use his powers of persuasion to better'bused f nnlnation It will also\ and earned her law degree", marrlaae','. : ;
'suggests that the answer, might lie in they help trim billions from the "waste you help insuife -'a' ,more even stand of said that.the" Increasing mimtar of cmw ,1 mentioned'A reception: for' Cunterj, who fide. be n.
'lmpo' tant to abuse _, wh tfMT physical, mantel,or' as a possible candidate. tot
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in of civilian and, the vegetables. it's 'especially
collapse recent years Corn-: fraud abuse' now permeating
: "tUNd'soil when planting sexual are hard to proMeuto bucausa of 'Governor of rl tida itt 19(16 will .be held ai
have J
trol in and over,the Pentagon. He says, 'Defense Department,'which would give'bim smalt-seedJfefflos fine like.carrots., difficulty of obtatamf, tartlm<*y,from,, the'American Legion-.Ue on;Edward'*
that such control, initiated by President dollars needed for new
Eisenhower'ha: *;:been: 'afcn&oned tiur*.. g'ams'without': adding further to the"": some In some kind .mhItt H'i alao material. necessary1 well, bc to>for The ,yvtaMttrMd ,;atUNlito now" 'i J i : : '

1Iij the Reagan Administration "by ac-- deficit,-and high interest rates fertUizerprojranft, '" "" paid to sexual abuse of children.' Including', with Mr.: GuCterdurrInghislstayn Surtw tO.VIsit. <

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Club Holds international 1 Progrpm;, :J Je t :," I."". ,, I,,' i r' "" :;' \'.'" ;:'!(, "'. \ \ : ', ,

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i'J Iitertnational( Affairs" growipg : This man, briefly reviewed some aspects;i.
was the -u years ta Peru entertaining /
, 'theme of the program at the regularmonthlv talk was followed by a film of Proposition I, should it be passed In [r : The News
meeting of the Woman's depicting many'varied features of the fall referendum, and distributed' ;; S ial Side Of' !
Club of Starke, held on Wednesday, this South American Country. The literature describing features' b{; the,
Feb. 9, at the clubhouse. In the program continued with'.a Schubert "citizen's chc>lce". "
absence of thepresident, Mrs. L.T. serenade, played by Mite. Svlagen. New House rules, and rental contracts :;
Young, Mrs. D.W. Whiffen, first vice Dr. Hernandez spoke eloquently( of his presented by Mrs. J.DVyar.Ii j :I Gladys'&footy ,SOC7 president, presided. pleasure in being In this country.. The ten, were approved by the membership. -'! : L
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Naturalized\ citizens of the area guests were warmly received! ,by club ij ijMrs. l' ,
were honored guests. Small members and afforded a standing Whiffen will lead a delegation,l 1 .' ,. H'( .
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American flags used as lapel pins, ovation from the Woman's Club of Starke to''! \ : : "" '::1'" >"
were presented to each arrival. Table During the business meeting* club the District >\V Arts Festival, to beheld < '
decorations consisted of fresh \ members/: were,advised to make ad- in Jacksonville, on Feb. 16. '\ },Applications Taken ,For Strawberry, Queen
miniature American nags, and vance reservations for the Bradford The club In conjunction with the j,
decorative pieces from many foreign Community Players production of Bradford County School Board and j
lands. The head table .featured a' "Brigadoon,"" being presented under .the Starke Kiwanis Club*will assist. in': ,rl i Thtt jlst Annual Strawberry Queen Nick Albanese, Jimmy Brownlee lag gowns' 'Applications may be pickedup

centerpiece of red, white, and blue the'sponsorship'of the woman's Club the "Ident-A-Chlld" program. i 'j Pageant! will on.{Bradford Bobby Frampton, Kristy Johns, andDaryl at.Mitchell's Drug' Store or at
't flowers surmounting a'bell, with tri- on Feb. 24 &: 25l; and March 1-3, as a Mrs Whiffen announced the followIng ; '< arch,31, at 8 p'm.lat thq: Nazworth. 'Bradford High School.. The; application -
color table runners ferns and flag dinner theatre, 'at the'' clubhouse. as members' of the nominating i, jHigh School' Auditorium, All girls age 16 to 21 as of April 1, and a black and white photograph
Following the luncheon, Mrs. Tickets, at$12.00 each, are available committee: Mrs. K.A. Green Mrs. > 1 "Strawberries on Broadway" {is the ate invited to enter the pageant. Entrants must be turned in to Mitchell's Drugs
William Wilson Introduced, the from Mist) Lillian Stump or Mrs. Francis Merlle, Mrs. AI' K. Carlisle i I theme, for this year's pageant. Entertainment must be single 8.nd a resident of' no later than March 1.: Any young lady
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guests: Dr. and Mrs: Carlos M;: Her. W.H, % Thomson; or through the Mrs. A.J Barry, and' Mrs. W.B Scog-' for the pageant :will be, a Bradford County or a student of the wishing to receive more informationmay
,' nandez,Cuba; Alexander slid Maria; Chamber .of Commerce office: A gna, $ ,f'., band directed by Mike Woodfin.They Bradford County system. contact any of the following people
Ann Sviagen, Russia; Rosemary Lee matinee will be'presented on Sunday, ..will play Broadway,music during the Entrants will be Judged several : Christie Torode, 533-2505; Tracy
England; Spiro DrlvaS, Greece;'Mrs..t I Feb.26,at 2 p.m.with discount tickets Mrs. Douglas Hardy was Chairman :; Members of, the band are categories. The, categories' are:: Torode 934-8168; Kathy Hobbs
Luis Dieguez, Peru accompanied by tor senior citizens, at $3,50 for this of the International Affairs luncheon, > mike yVoodfln, George J.evaeaer, judges interview,swimsuit,and even- 964-4123.;or Lisa Reddish, S64--6330.
I' Mrs 'Adela Gonzalez and Miss Olga performance. General admission for with Mrs L.E. Andrews and Mrs. I ,

Infante; Mrs. Marie Walker, Mexico; the matinee will be $6.00, William Wilson, co-chairmen, t I '
'and Mrs. Jeanne Biggs, Japan. The restoration ciVimlttee assisted by Mrs: Lester Crews, Mrs. ;, i '
Special note was also made by the reported their on-going task of assess- Luis Dieguez, Mrs. G.C., Edwards, ''! hti Holds 'Sweetheart }.
J'' club members present who'were' ing the needed repairs, and additionsto Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs: Carlos Her,1,,1' tiqn"urc'h.. Banquet
foreign-born: Mrs. Whiffen, Mrs. the building. At present, the nandez, Mrs. Harry Gruen, Mrs. 'I*
Spengler and Mrs. Sarntinoranont. wooden floors are a major concern I Drew Reddish, Mrs. Charley .E.4 10-, $ The First Christian Church held its ting wan marked with! a miniature, Jim FauimWr Introduced 'several
Mrs. Dieguez delighted the group and estimates for re-finishing' them Johns, Mrs. M. Sarntinoranont, Mrs. ',:> annual'Sweetheart banquet Friday, basket: of candy,hearts and fish can-' singers who' entertained the group
with a most interesting talk describing are being considered. r Wendell Whetstone" ,' and Mrs., John;) ,ifeb. tot;' in the Fellowship Hall, with .die, holders down. the, center of the with old love songs

,her: .own home, family, ands Mrs. Spongier,.:! Legislative:'Chair, Greene.,. '_ : fine church teens serving. the 70 guests tables. Michelle Crews.daughter, of Eric
: tendh1g. : Ruth Shanbarger was in charge of and Doreen Crews was honored as
; ; wai used the menu with the assistance from\ the the congregation's1newest
j"I I The "Lo$Boat"theme In:
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I' 'church ladles In preparing the sweetheart, ,, '. ,
| if he table Each! place set- food : r J
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v < aptjjt \ :;: t tHold's' ;j?\Ear(y ticket I ,'Sales' Urged! For Brig do
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'; Val. tine Banquet ;;:'If\ The' !Woman's :Club, of Starke the Woman's Club in Starke. 'Mn. W.H. :Thomson 964-ZEObr, and 1

s 'I f' i ( > resents the; Bradford Players In the Dinner\ will be G-7so; p.m. with, the' from the Chamber or Commerce office I
The youth of Grace Baptist'Church along with Daryl and Eric Nazwor th i, ;ipuisical production Brigadoon, in. a musicatbeginning at 8 p.m. 964-5270: Special matinee,,perfor
gave a churchwide Valentine's ban and Ronnie Jones! >f.f j 1 1We'll j j'j;dinner theatre on Friday and Saturday Tickets at $12.00 (tax' included),, mance "Feb.. 26 at 2 : Senior I
''quet 'on Saturday evening, Feb. 11, ; Feb. 24 & .29; ,and ThursdaYl may be obtained from'Woman's Club .citizens (60 years and order)tickets
\ .with a western\theme carrying out the ''rA arch 1' through Saturday1, : { members, Miss, Lillian; Stump and will be $3.50. general admission$6.00 I
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decorations.! ., < :
A cowboy cupidl adorned the Walk inS1lae'secoOd,
". 'with arrangement of 'hearts surrounding :
wu.f 1 PUBLIC NOTICE
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t ,, !f' : with"red and ,white checked : car ..I" ::, .
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\ tablecloths and at(each place setting ; _. toficss. ,
, jl j ,i there'was., paced'a' program along, \ ,
O' : with a of candy hearts. ,, II*i; .' \' J
\, I '''1"' '\'" ,'-. ,','t If' t 1{lf After cup a dinner of grilled steak-, bak?, '* ""' "JJ''you own Wore (khan 4\ .y j i Their Bradford; :County School Board,, In' Special Sesstan, onFebraary '

r. 'i :I' :'dl.} ed potato and corn-on-the-cob,'Austin < one car,and rave et 'I,:I ,:; t t '
.( 1I. Brown, chaplain ;at Florida State good driving rocord1,.,,, 't. !,1984; :
,",(t!4f' ,t I" J, .'iR. Prison, spoke to the'guests.:. !, ..>,. ,. The Hartforci will give;; ,:" i1" : ; took I official f, action and changed, the .February, ,

.'.. ;," (Sh;'" rr. D.. Mote,'....",- ? .'. .'V.lentlotCowJdrl"Janice Goolsby"Valentine was selected. and Austin'.itS.the. ''... *.p>.." ,: 'your you' 'a auto, discount la surahc ort., :.1 ot I i :regulor'scho'ol, I board business meeting,, from February '20; '1984to

) Brown Cowboy" '
as .
-I t- *" **" V Entertainment waep rovidedbyAat''. .-. % (Up to 25f.Why pay : the fourth 'Monday night February .27 << 7 This
Sherra Mott Namod more than you have :1 \ "' 1984at! pm.. :
Crawford and .Franklin, Nazworth .,
'In.Vyho1 Who Edition' ,I, ; to for quality Insurance 9 t ?. be held 'in the place' '
I protection' Wfl : ; meeting. ,Will regular .meeting,:' at' the School

,' Sherra Mott, daughter of;Mr. and Mr.. Jeff Tqylpr! can save you .nioney'I '
Mrs. Kenneth K: Mott of Starkej] has Shower''Honored when you Jnsure two '. I,!II '' Beard, 'Administrative! Offices, 582. .North, :Temple ,Avenue \

been named to the 1984 edition of I' or.more\ car"if : :
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Who's .Who Among' Students, In Mrs. ,Jeff''Taylor, a recent;bride,, ,' yours ta a multi-car ; .$Starke; Fio ida., $: j
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American Universities and CoUegyt. was i honored at a bridal shower Monday family, don't make a, ,, ;''" ',,1.1,0't! "\ ''\.. ; i ti'.< ,. 1."! ."., '
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by. William Carey College, Hat- night, Feb. 6, given Mrs.Neil,1Crawford ; ) n .
" by decision'onautdmo-? : rt t ',; '
tiesburg; Miss The Golden Anniversary Mrs.! Robert Allen, Mrs; bile Insurance With '' '. / "
edition will carry the names of EW. Hodges,Mrs John Greene Mrs ?
'students'"who hiWe been selected as, $.teve,Register,and Mrs. rams Mit-.- ,000t a quote{ from:: f" : hoittUi +r r Uy.jr., sdr" j tdynttl ,;t} ,. v 1 to 4'r ttyr aattlr' cif tur. gt,t'iis\ ,. i
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Virginia Lee Massey and Jeffrey .Taylor, : hTb 1 Dr.Namoti R.S.. 'Morocco Mullins, DivanLoat''veterinarian Did you know' ,:' .:' .! ..Tampa Mr." MnndMis.Wednesday'J.T.' Carver Friday Were,a.t tn n-

,." G.S.; Brown, KW.tlesjMaxle, '. "
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''" r" ', Dr. R.S. Carter, Jr.., Lawrence osleyt F,and,;, '
MulUnS,'J982 President of the Starke Attendant theGttce .Mrs- a Mm. C.L. rtoIn visited
Married'Jan. Faith Church::; EAssociation :: : Catherine
21 in Baptist .} Shrine Club and 1984 Worshipful of County Commissionersof ,
'and Mr. and Mrs Marvin Stewart in
h Master of Bradford Lodge No. 3S F & Florida Mid-Year Legislative Conference '

s Virginia Lee Massey daughter of A.M. has been appointed Captain of In Tampa Thursday and Fri LaCrosse on Sunday
Guard
II Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Massey of I,., ', .!,1".I,,, ",' the of Morocco Temple by Illustrious day.' Mr. and Mr*.T.H. Slade were hosts
Scott ion S Potentate, John M. Satter- EPCOT In their
II Lawtey, Jeffrey Taylor, at a trip to roobtto
of Bobby Taylor of Lawtey and .,,' .. /, field Mr and Mrs. S.G. Denmark neat home last Thursday. Guests Included -
::1- ,:. 't'o M a member of Morocco Temple's the weekend with Mr. and Mrt. B..Y- '
unitedin
Carolyn Taylor of Starke were : : Mrs. W.B. :Mrs. Guy Sato,
::: Madly
marriage Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. in the .i.Ianiii: Appointive Divan, Dr. Mullins will Saxon in Indialantic Mrs. Paul rs. V.E. Spies,
Faith Baptist : with serve for willas an appointive Mrs. A.Z. Sanderson, Mrs. li.H.
pastor H.E. Massey performing the officer. He be elevated to the Mm. Dale Wllco of Femandlna Adams, Mrs Clyde Sinclair Mrs.
nuptials.Mrs. Elective Divan and must be elected to with her parent, Arlene Brown Mrs. H.C. hitch Mrs.
c randweekend
Kathy .Green, pianist this body by his fellow-Shrlners for Green. HM. ,Richarde, Mrs. C.H. Naswor-
presented a program of nuptlaimusic. the next five years. Dr. Mulllns will thy, and Mrs. R.P. McLendon.
-, be elected Illustrious Potentate of Mrs. L.A. Can Va 'returned last
,\ Dale Buchanon was best man and Morocco Temple In 1991. :Thursday; after five weeks with her Mrs.W.H.Thomson visited Mr.and
Ol LIsa Harley was bridal attendant.The Dr. Mullins was recognized by sister, Mrs. Blanche Otto, In Mrs. Fred Thomson in Tallahassee
bride was given in marriage by Morocco Temple in 1980 by being Seminole who had knee surgery. Thursday to Saturday,
named runner-up as 'Shriner of the .. ...
her father.A reception. In the church followed Year"named at"Shriner Morocco of the Temple.Year"'He in 1980 was .""t I": '::<" :::::''.. ::. :'' :': :'";:" ':::;':<''':';. ;.:, ';:" ;:'::"::' ':'; ;,:":" ";::::::::" "':',::;::"""" '

the ceremony. A by the Starke Shrine Club. He served \'i"g.ml.Ji'' 'r/,.i \"J\.J(, rr lE.. ;, : I t".QSlll.S'W 0,, k
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Dr. Mulllna is also a member of the ), i ; : 1"'fU'ffr"'i""tc ,,,. 9gc :. f'f'E
Starke Rotary Club and the First ,. lJ:1 "; ; ::, ;. .. ..;
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Schlofman ''' :
Mrs. United Methodist Church of Starke.Dr. ; \"" : "'" : : i' ' : ,. :

Shower Honoree Mullins and his wife; Laurie, ,! :e'iSi--iU"",. ," ,." ... a ,I"I0..8. : :" \ !'e'I'a''I:05'., ,,.. :,.., ,..,.",,,,,, ...J,....,\ ;'. ..(' .. ".: !
have lived in Starke for 23 "". ; : :: ;; : .. : ; .
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honored at a Buggies baby shower ] Starke Rob of Fort Pierce and Glennof \< .. .. ",. ..,..) ,. ." ".. ,.U,.- "W','",,:"'<0' ;' ,, ,!'. ;'\ .... !''",
afternoon Feb. 5, given by S4e Orlando. They have one grand- "" '... ; \ ; f; (,' \'! ii' ; :
Sunday child: Lauren. riri': ;;'.. : :, / .;.i.ti"iik: : ) \ ; ;! ; Jw!): ;; 1rl Jits''i" !;

Mrs.Harry Dennis Gruen and Connaughton Mrs. William Mar-Mrs. ..fJ..JUi..p"" J ,fU'i,t\4\ $ ; \1..,r..:I.V'W''N.,ofi;,!.'.. .' .:.(."':",;!"j/"i\.::,, ':\'.h':; ....'. ", _' .0"...,.'....i>'" ...; .". .,'".,.'',':.,:.' .."''"" ...".. '. ',

chese at the home of the latter In Did You Know...,.,,.*... ': Ii R' 'Inrs'. } !i'W '. <;; : :;'Ul'i}:;;;; t t'O.: .0' p'.;'. .>

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The refreshment table was covered Stephen Hall of Orlando spent the ;;:::':: : :\ : .::. .: < ;" >
with a white lace cloth and centered weekend with 'his parents, Mr. and $ 'ctOo"y.: ': \ 'D''O" '
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with spiral candle holders with white Mrs. Rodney Hall, in Theressa, and .. ; : ., n; .. .
tapers entwined with small stuffed grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R.O. .
animals. Punch cake and hors Dansby in Starke..
d'oeuvers were served. Mr.and Mn.Jeffrey Taylor
called between the ----
Twenty guests -
hours of 2 and 3:30 p.m. OPEN EVERY' DAISAMTO0PM4 '
3 BIG DAYSThurftday. .
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Tamara DabbsHonoredat Upcoming Feb. 18,, IEAG'L" 4 .
Friday Feb..17, 2.00
Shower I ..IB BBW $//fVe ,
Mls hen 'Clemons.Greg' 8.turda"F.t>>.-1O. .

Miss Tamara Dabbs, bride-elect of Griff 1 088 r
Kevin Neel, was honored at a bridal .
shower ,Sunday afternoon, Feb. 5, To Wed Feb. 17 r '

given by Mrs. Robert Allen, Jr., Mrs. tti ,,.. 'toopiM t HOOT*CASUAL or|>oly AMTS t :rti* n lvJ
Nell Crawford Mrs. E.W. Hodges Miss MIschell Clemons and Greg I ".i'Y.:' ,.MIronKNHliMidti v.a.niaap&
Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Mrs.Jim Lewis, Griffis will be united in marriage on I ,. hIIcI safer*,SUM. WMit, t.
Mrs. Eugene Tanner and Mrs. Frank Friday Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. in the I .'
Mitchell at the home of the latter. Fellowship Baptist Church in (
The refreshment table; in the Raiford, with a reception following In'
sunroom was covered with a gold the church fellowship hall. .r ..
linen cloth and centered with a All friends and relatives of the couple '
multicolored silk floral arrangementin are invited to Join in worship;and A C OA Ill X % ,
shades of beige gold, and witness the
bronze. green couple's vows. f \ .

FortY guests were invited to call
between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. ,East.rn Star .
The 'hostesses presented the Feb. 18
Supper .
honoree with a crystal tea pitcher and r rorr (
corsage as a memento of the occa Order of
Starke NOJ 224,
chapter,
sion. also to the
Corsages were given
Star will have a covered .
Eastern -
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two Mrs.Mothers'Donald,Neel.Mrs. H.T. Dabbs and dish supper Saturday, Feb. 18, at 7 '';'" ,.;'' i-? ': lave 125 .

p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Minus rrooialups 55w9i.11 b ,
All Masons and their families are 563 :r:
Invited to attend. .>r FBI ceel aa a
Tammy Baldr., a r

Wade Winkler .. ,,$AvOUlal itD30 jRZTpa Oa.. r curaoc roa snlrx Jon aia CHOCS F w a.. F ..u. ,.y ut, uMoow /. ?
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... \ T'J a ra DnbbsWQvI ;: : .ar uM.wannw.sa.ae4.w..r 4 a16alACEfiR 'lay on bao.ri.aix'vn&.3 *.r"Wn / n.+ fib, ,
!I'ftY'I\"Aq.\t' IQOJ.A..2 AY/onlMrC ooMN Merv p NMwo. u*.** erMon MM Mo'.T-12.Swy1 M. a
,.' r llt .f.Neel. fi"" .,,,,,,,,,,, ,, i I ti P' +:
Tammy'1aidree anat. wade'Winkler To Wed Feb. 18 .r
whose marriage will be an '
uivrs STOUT SHHrr* '
event of May S,were complimented at The marriage of Tamara Dabbs
a Engagement Party Saturday night and Kevin Neel will take place Saturday -
Feb. 11, given by Mr. and Mrs. Doug Feb. 18, at 3 p.m. in the First
Reddish Ricky Johns, Donald Red- Baptist Church with a reception

dish, Miss Margaret Smith, George following in the church FellowshipHall. break!
Knoblock Miss Lisa Holwerda and .
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns at the All friends and relatives are Invitedto price
home Estates.of the latter in' Country Club attend.

Candle arrangements highlighted ,
points of Interest in the party rooms I'
for the occasion, Methodist Senior With

An earthtone arrangement of silk .Luncheon Feb. 23 ,
flowers centered the refreshment :

table. Hors d'oeuvers were served. .
of Center
lynda Steele Director the
The hosts the honored
presented
for Health and Fitness at Bradford
with set of monogrammed
couple a Hospital will be guest speaker at the
memento of the occasion. I '
glasses as a Senior luncheon Thursday,Feb." 23,
Sixty guests enjoyed the affair. at the Methodist Fellowship Hall. F F IW.

All seniors in the county are invitedto ''simi .' :
come at noon,bring a covered dish. :
'Mrs. Joan Barber Join in the fellowship and learn somesafe S.-

Shower Honor. exercises for seniors. .__4' ,


Mrs. Joan Barber whose marriageto Did .You Know............ .. YY C w"
Jim Williams 0/, Miami was an '
event of Friday night, was honored at; Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour had i
a lingerie shower Tuesday night Feb. 'their family home during the
7, given by Mrs. Nancy Moyer and weekend: Douglas Seymour of cisaicr cis0 cs f.
Mrs.Jerome Johns at the' home of the Miami, Hal'' Seymour of Gainesville'' uN, alas l.ri went ur fo e.$$ ,. ;wcret i et I; wzror ur .

latter on Crystal Lake. and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington AL0N3HMi OHI To ttOOK sal rr t GALLON IMLORl It 'M or.I tea CMBST lss11zer"HOACHIxralivy H N'$WALK tSIQSIT$ MSN'l POLO 5Srl T$ ,is'se.oa.e
The bride-elect and her mother; and, daughters of Ormond Beach. '1 M DwnM c t/Cn Wdrpy' vaNe1. =, :==r. r
Mrs. Jackie Batcheldor were aocMadee., lrkldba rrldaoMndM r aOeMUoM ,MOtM 6M 0 W l s

presented with corsages as. they. ar Mrs. D.W. Whiffen, first vice-
rived. president of the Woman's Club of
The dining room table held Portuguese Starke, will lead a delegation of club
runners with: matching members to the District IV Arts and
napkins and was centered with a silk Crafts Festival Feb. 18
on Thursday ..
wild flower arrangement In a sterling in Jacksonville, at the SoutbaideWoman" .1
silver basket. Wine, Juices cheese, Club. Attending with Mrs. t, 1I
breads, and fruit were served followed Whiffen are Mrs. Wendell Whetstone, +
by coffee and cake. Mrs, Mildred BeUlzI, Mrs. WJI.'
The presented the Thomson. Mrs. M Sarntinoranont' ,
I honoree with a negligee as. a mementoof Mrs. W.B. Scogglns, Mrs. Ruth

.. the occasion. ; VMerle, Mrs.'Jobn Griffin, Mrs. L.H. I rR Tp 1 ', t' + A. itMY0LN1
Jennings, and Mrs. J.E.: Eyrd.
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Births ''':, )'f Mrs. Marcia Welch and children of r.

Savannah. Ga. will spend the r ; ,trAnvriusa +.,, : 4wsifw
Patrick Shawn MeK ,,,'nMrraad'Mn. weekend with her parents, Dr. andMrs. & < > ..0"4 uric B.cttooq, rroa.up'OAt
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O.L. Haynes! Jr. a. aloe nYA pa 1 .Nutoe' ,M MItiT1! 1aOrtT/7N.a.IWTr taNilr.JrArM' j jMoeig.
Patrick S. of
McKay
Independence Mo. announce the Mr*. J.S..Walker of Savannah Ga. 5frM4OrOrciu.=..ceew'rya' MLr eYepM..+ ? eeA 1 oa MNiwyp li e.w.: YyN ey.ufawdFl eMrMnMYIOrANM

birth of a son, Patrick Shawn McKay, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs: :
II, born Feb. 8 at Menorah. Hospital, J.H. Moncrief.this week
Kansas City, Mo. '
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Mr, and Mrs., Harold Monk .of
j Mrs. Levon .Andrews of. Starke and. Gainesville and .MTV.,and ,Mrs.. Lee 4t !F
great grandmother Eva Neill of In French of UmatlUa were Saturdayguests /m'" ;

dependence Mo., "Paternal grand' ;, of Mrs. W.B. Mundv % '
parents are Mr and. 'Mrs, ,Gene p 4 y -wo L F,
Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook attended -.,
McKay of Independence, .,
the State Fair in Tampa over .
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1 .Mr. and Mrs. W.s. Haas"were In'
Mr and Mrs. Patrick P. Stevens of Tampa Thursday to Monday vlsitiifc '
j Starke announce the birth of a son, their daughter'and family Mr. and ,
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to Mrs:Mark Trimpey. Mr.' 14aeus also.rronktee S : i2i"i :
Richard Paul born Feb. 9 Afechua .5'
General Hospital.: ;. '., ,, attested the1; c cutw,r:ce B ,: .
Maternal grandpa.....are Mr.and. ';'me M_of UM Oeunty......'. Sw- ___1" .S, raiNl NW.eINe
Mrs Richard 'Jockel 'of Sterfca. and'i' vice Offk- rs Aw ciaU..meeting 011'fi.y 2'i 1

t 'grandfathers areC.L. JaefcH of ,;. ; ( J ,. ", :

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Henna Beach. Fla. Paternal grand, Mr. and Mrs.+ :':J.E.:Hardy'were in : f! ', '' .. 'i ',... 1_, ....w.',
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i' h 'i P' I. group before the do Ill'the : number of Songs during the v nlnfC, The conference!; was sponsored: by
.r : : I'I. February 21 Several adult instradchur.ch : .: and ail realized the fellowship one the League of Inovatton in the Com Registration. for girls' softball and
a. "'.pV with the other munity College and the Maricopa T-Baii for I..f, will be held at a
Baseball ftgl3tration.$ The Brook r Elementary PTA will : were present andacccroHng to was a wonderful way to ages
!"'f nv Underway meet Tuesday night, February 21, at ,Mr.. Countryman all had a'very< enjoyable get to know each other{better aa a one-! Community Colleges in Phoenix. Col- later date. Registration will take
7:30 p.m. at the school. The PTA will evening. on-one personal basis i And realized leges from all over the US sent place after Organisational: meetingsare
6l1iatraUol\,\ :for Dixie Toulh conduct a short business meeting, their needs were the same and could representatives to the conference.. held in\\ Lake Butter for softball b
Base aU" now,wx J a at Brrooker, followed by a musical performance Church Get-Together. < all be shared spiritually in everyday "While there," said Cain,' part of our andT-Ball. "
..Eleanent8: ; bool; stratton foe compliments of the Riverland Music Held In Graham ;; // living. The youth also realized the responsibilities were to visit various
Dtiarryo minor major and Dixie Club.: Everyone invited. coordinated i get- close knit family and freedom, in colleges throughout the state of
BoyP Baseball will riwuntU PobVuary Matt Anderson religion was what life I is all about. Arizona. We were dressed for cold "
2 ." ? together for the membero' of :the weather and the day
cgisttPtiortCar4 may; bo picked Valentine Held Church in surprisingly Teacher
Banquet Praise Christian Richard Cain Planning Day
wp at(the* hool' ,.awjreturne Assembly temperature was !in the 80 s while the
!!'\ ? WvAiegj tb to tlott fee* as*f soon ito For'New River Bpt. Ch. Graham last Sunday night/Jnsteud of Attends Conference nights were in the 40'.. Our group Friday Feb. 24 '
services, the members ttau
per.jwUSpaht.orTSSper rnn "war The youth of New River Baptist came regular with covered !dishes of/pod and Richard Cain of,'Graham has made a side trip to the Grand Canyon, Bradford County teachers will participate
I:' be 'charged, when- uniform* are Church held their annual Valentine held their first fellowship dlnner\ ,lThe returned home after attending a con visited the Arizona Sonora Museum aI in an In-Service Day Friday,
;; strlbuta t 4! before the season.. banquet at the Western Steer SteakHouse sharing of food and fellowship seemed ference in, Phoenix Art*.' Cain is the San Xavier Mission in Tucson, Feb. 24. Therefore, there will be not

," '""' :"; ,I '. ,i'r ,,'" '. ,III, i ?. in Starke,last Tuesday night 'to draw everyone closer In'fellowship. !coordinator of Academic-Adyisement the Mexico Botanical before Gardens returning and home.Nogales, school for students Feb. 24. s

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'Following the eervice: a covered dish!
dinner'will be held on"the grounds.
The p'u UJnyited' ;to'a ''end: 'I'

Steven. Spel.Johns} Wavy

;6n Sunday Feb! U' '
:' went, to; ,Jacksonville ;; for\h& final Use if for faster' refills. e a P -
physical l. required: for 'induction-into TALL BRASS
the 0.$:,.Nayyv.; Steven will be $In boot TRUNK;
'camp,atthe Orln e'Navy Base for : ana BAN ROLL'ON)
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panted a group'of fellow officers of.the phoning ahead for refill. tlmlt ; .. 1lAGAllN1..ar- is..
Unit. 202, of the 'K ystoh.t\ Heights- Our. number la on your BRASS & CLASS' ,
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Melrose American Legion Auxiliary
, to Orlando on Jan, 21.Th; presented TRIAMINIC TRIPOD TABLE or '

some. IO'membershlp'Ppplications' ait "TRI.ACTlNC' SYRUP PEDeSTAL STAND
their JPf.fprte in: a'reqent membershipgh'tia ,
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Johnaon ho4Ied, Feb.:e;at her home : i' DESK ,
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by Elisabeth Terry -,:". .'

phone TIC-XUKI: : '. Y '. "' ,'"ftj. < .! .

Personals... I r New Kiwanis: : Club Members... :V ."f{\;: ;
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Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Graves and The KUrke.KiwunlH Cltiib lncreuseJ all'rcerit""t
i It-* membership hg 40 family of Jacksonville were weekend r these new members were Inducted :Tuesday, "' : / i .,i "fitjU;d I
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. c' They ore from left to right; Cliff Chapman, Warren'Slevenson; :'fired '..,
Don Graves. They attended servicesat A a 1, Sidet...., KPKfiir Flynn?,Warren Durban, Chub Jotin on,,/Scotl lloherti und
the First Baptist Church on Sunday / a J(-Ksi, Moon- New members, not Nhown are Mid Conellyt Jranl William.;

morning with their mother, Mrs. Don '''s ; and PhHlipJohns. I \ : h.' ,' ,t.).; ,, ,,.;(\.1' ,11', ''. -
Graves. r mince K-tobcr of 19H:1:| 14 new.member'Klhave.',joine:(lhyloctI; I ;| l !clubi', i, ,->

Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of Milliard Ih I ...,.; ., \ .<. ; '" n 'I'I.
spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. I.
O.J Anders who is ill and prepared

dinner for her. h. "
Mrs. Tom Whaley and family of r r -4. s ,, .t,. .<\ ';'

Tampa were Sunday dinner guests of y I' .. ,
her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson A "1y' ,
'and sister Mrs. Daisy Boch.
Mrs. Linda Adkins and sons John
and Josh and Mrs. Pauline DeVore attended
the Circus at Jacksonville Coliseum

on Saturday. -
Rev.. George Boyer of Augusta, Ga.and
Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville 1

were Saturday overnight guestsof
their sister Mrs. Fred Moore. On .
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Sunday afternoon they went to Fairfield -
and visited their sister-in-law !

Mrs. Fred Boyer David Boyer of 1', '
Silver Springs Mrs. Cecil Wade and
Mrs. Bruce Boyer of Tampa met all Th
of them there and visited until

Wednesday. _
Mrs. Pat Hamilton and her friend

Mrs. Smith of Gainesville visited Mrs. '
Rossie Reddish on Monday. FIRST PRIZE IN OUR GRAND SWEEPSTAKES DRAWING! s

Mrs. John Tye,.Sr. spent Sunday, I '
Feb. .5, with her son-in-law and A 4O CASH PRIZES OF S2.OOO12O '
daughter Mr. 'and Mrs. Tommy O CASH PRIZES OF S1,OOO
>d. ', ', "
and WIN' 1,000 CASH PRIZES OP ffi100.f
Talley family of Jacksonville.Mrs. 'di
TtWOCA3FIPRlZES30Fffi10.00 ? a
Dave Kelly and sons of
18.OOO INSTANT WINNERS OP SS.OO '
Jacksonville the weekend with
spent PRICES 14O.OOO INSTANT WINNERS OF 51.00
EFFECTIVE
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- THURS., FEB. r
ell while her husband was on duty at 16.THRIJ WED., FEB 22, 1984. '

Camp Blanding. _
Mrs. Pat Hayes had a cookout for
her Sunday School class on Saturday. BONUS '
There were seven youngsters present. BUY : 'w- CHILIAN THOMPSON

Dan Wainwright of Jacksonvillewas SEEDLESSGRAPEFRUIT
a Saturday dinner guest of his
mother Mrs. Truby Wainwright.
Mrs. Connie Mosley and her
children of Maxville were Wednesday

overnight guests of her parents Mr. a a rr19w.. .,,e sunv eonu4, L I
and Mrs. Harold Eunice. coca ,6YY

We are happy to report that our i iS
pastor and Mrs. David Brown moved
into our pastorium this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Effert Parrish of
Jacksonville'' were guests of Mrs.

Irene Ballard on Sunday. They went !
out to eat at Captain D's. e .a -
Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
their sister Mrs. Sarah Hallman of .

Keystone Heights, on Wednesday.
Don Graves, II, of Jacksonville wasa
Sunday dinner guest of his parents,.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves. ,
Laura Lee Dobbs was three years
old on Feb.9 and was given a birthday mroar aOnU t r
party at her grandparents, Mr. and m
Mrs..Bill Dobbs home on Feb. 11. Fifteen '
relatives attended. She is the
daughter of Mike and Norma Dobbs

....of.... Marathon\ _ltfla.., '"MtlT.iInool."Ilft1I, t\ri\r\.11(! < I"ophI1W \! ,

for Young Married People grew from' COMPARE H"' 'a'W' QMPA a Y$' ""F A UD9 P14tL"r.l, /l HgGCdnYln.ir, 'pw-r a + ..
one to six in a weeks time at First anc[ la"Se aaca tSv

Baptist Church. Ralph Is'a good 'fquaker0ats r"
QUICK OR REQULMR A 6 B CWBrs JUICY
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teacher..come and visit them. SUNK Irr!
Ray Rosier's toe surgery is healing ,:.. 89$ Hot Sauce t. ., : RomAppies 389 Calif. Lemons .12/90*, .

completely since he came home from $>,.
NTRY PRIOB JUNe BOH SWEET \ .
CANADIAN GROWNRutabagas .
North Florida Regional Hospital TomatoSauce .512 Salad DeSites '. .; 99* CI .000000000000AED' $ "
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Gainesville. His wife Sheryl], is making ., i "e Sweet Potatoes, ., 3... -.
a good nurse. Let's pray for them. GREEN GIANT FRENCH OR REO CU v I "
Kembert Carradine is able to be up Green Beans :. 2189dSeance ( NORTHWESTERN EAT'IO' CI '$ "t9':
49
.w 211 punch
Pears
and around Weenee w D'AnJou Cttrus ..
since he came home from r .. .
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Jacksonville. PANTRY PFUOE "
Our
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UOOO HEAVY DOT/DBTEBOENT CHBJAN GROWNNectarines. DRY ROASTEli .j.'
prayers are with him. TomatoPaste 3/$1" J.o *119 yea' s.'o"
,... Arm & Hammer 99 s.
We are happy to report that Cecil . us Generic Peanuts ::. ss?.) .I. ,. ',

Hardee was able to attend services at COMSTOCK 7201 BOX F*' SNO-WHTTE SWEET '
First Baptist Church with his wife, Cherry Pie $405 .1-' ; S AO9 t..' ...., 's158' _
Qna Hardee on Sunday. Let's-continue I'IU.JNQ a.... Rinso Detergent l Mushrooms 'mAy $17 Apple Cider'! .. .......

to pray for them. ; ,

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Friends of Mrs. Nell Harley regret

to learn that she is a patient in Bradford ,
Hospital Inc. Our prayers are f lh lhxa
with her. a

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Lunch Menus R.C. COLA, YOU PAY 1 '

Bradford County Middle School DIET RITE. R.C. 100 99 ; .'
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and all elementary ,schoolsMiniiiat OR NEH1' FLAVORS '
Krhraiiry in\\UM. tattered corn tmnied = 8 PACK. 18or BTU .PUIS 0 r W' /r wnxR ffiUMR
wilad/french drewiing. ice cream cup. milk, Thin -i COUPON PER n'EM.DEPOEIrT' rrc.
menu wan written by Ms. Bcvilla ads grade class GOOD THRU WED.,FEB. 32. 10B4. rwca row I .I
+d! !Hampton h:'lem.r _..
Tiirmlu.v, KrhruuryJiHiimlHirniT on a Hun; let- 1..1 _
two 4 pickle' '.french (rum, utrawherry tthorlcuke..
milk. 'This, menu wan written by MM. lievi lr's 41h
grade clan al Hampton! blentUediirmla.o !: > .'
Krhruury tJ-Burlwcued thicken buttered .
whole pli tues. green beans wheal cults, ., X10DILTPEPEPPE ,
chocolate) pudding, milk.'rhnrsdu ." : SUNSHINE". 1
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>, February" :2:1 l-8 l,iburjr ,aleak ricet v : a 1 FRANZIA 1 IA t ..j'.8 1 ,,
Wavy buttered green. peas fruh cup biscuits' t RONCO" .. -. .ott.1aOZ, ,KRlSPY:. : ; ',3ml'R.' ', ;
milk \ : "" : 1.........
Krlil.it. Krliruar.t JI-TEACHKItS! )'LANNING'IMY THIN"J\ ....',..11"$r A.. 9" ... ,
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Bradford County I High SchoolMimituy. .-' t. !
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Kebraury. :::2s-Macsnmi & theme, spited 0 MT. DEW, SUNKIST., "' I jj
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hum ...ndwlch.luw.. fruit cup.cookie, milk. FROSTIE 7UP WITH N AJAX 220z'" 'PA 8AVU2.00. .\
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milk.nrdnraduv. UMT- COUPON PCRITEM' WfTH BIAN8. ,. I"" I $132.,. Wlfta81 .$' .iP,1iIJ ". '
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left six! w\lks.They ore Iron
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Veronica Wllllams..JaJltlI\t'ilehcr. and Mark Shuford &t C t 480-acre site in the western edgeof !
Johnson Third Rowt Denise Wlddell:, falilmy Jo Taylor, UnlsKII King, Kin ll a' Camp Blanding'' between state
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:, ... ,, "Y. A site for the semi-truckdriving range
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I .' Technical School.
I w : "I think It's going to fly," says
i School Board Member Rodney Hall
who has been pushing; for a Camp
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'... __ ; jI1 Blanding 81\e.!{
." f Result of a committee meeting this
week with National Guard; officials Is
that a proposal for a lease of
t: 'J.-, twill site, Just four miles east of Starke,
be recommended to Ma j, 'Gen.
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Robert W. Ensslin, adjutant generalof
the Florida National Guard, whenhe

.E .returns to his StAugustine headquarters
next week. Alter that the
lease will require approval of the
State' Armory Board, composed. of

three. other generate.
4r Normally, the State Armory Board
ODOS CHART gives only a five year lease. But the
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's ., 1i'' ,"""," Effective Feb. 1, 1984 for CoK its; William$250,000 T.installation.Carcaba,director

i f Vnw Pnn gPn.b NumlMr CNMtwrttl: <' Oddtwrth 13T c...l 0dUs.2rTc4q. installations for the Florida National
t0 \l'rko .M16 .' Guard seemed Inclined to go along
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yearleast
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,( ,y, ? elMWa' :IJ00N1!9OUO 1 l 1'11I : )106 t 'a1'6j' ject is'a mutual effort and will serve
Tae pOtM' t 96 nt0
the of for'
7 ,,,.,, ,uf ;; T.wew.ga.rnh/ra purpose saving money'
'' tl5000C.P"" ..a,,.,oooo..P. ,.( Florida taxpayers. Hall expects Col
Carcaba to recommend the. 40-year
GET A'FREE1'1CkET.EV.ERYTtME'' ; lease to Gen Ensslin. .
The committee of School Board
VpU VISIT tfHE,PANTRY! PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.i FEB. Chairperson Patricia Spengler: Vo-

{f.t. ,16 THRU WED.., FEB. 22, 1984.PLANTATION Tech Director David Smith, aI; Hall

met this week with Col. Carcaba, and.
Lt. Col. Karl G. Swindull, Blanding
Bonus training site manager. '

BONELESS BEEF FRESH PORK r BUY The Blanding site would get school
BOTTOM ROUNDROAST .board members off the hook of havingto
rtpwu. run the driving range over objects
a from residents if It is put on the school

agriculture, farm north of Starke
e w e e'' 0 about the only other possible site now.,
66euv,4 A ;t1'r Board members have stated they'll

vote to put the driving range on the
FFA farm if an alternate site cannotbe
.CHOICE tS rsome found .
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r about putting the range has been!; op-
posed by area residents So far, the
Blanding site has not been opposed by
r anyone. Board members like the pro-
posed Blanding site because It Is ,on
( the western edge of the camp and
: closer to vo-tech center in Starke than
: the FFA farm. ;

,onus Next discussion of the driving range

Sur r our will be at the'next 'school board ,.
c b meeting Monday; Feb;,,.n' fAt,1 p.m, ,
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to' Feb.: 27,' because two board'

xcoMPARE' members will be out of town the weekof .
the 20th. "

The school board, with the help of
CHECK' CHECK CHECK' eHECK: Sen. Bill Grant, got a $250,000 grant to '
'pwcee tH6SEPoHtoh .COMPARE' ...... Tnesapwces COMPARE __ COM ARE'' IDIDI. PRICES'THIISe: build a new truck:driving range to I

TASTY consist of some 16 acres of paving.
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BRAND UNKBAUBAOeS Currently. the semi-truck, driving
2159 MR TOmUEY OOUIEN OUNITERS
200Z PKO. .*.*.OH' $13e'Unk C.kenU"ers Turkey Franks 69_ Mrs. FHberts ........... ,!ltu ,5. 9_ students are training on an old airport
,Sausage ''t''' } =. SMOKED POflKNCftCK ..ui outside; Lake Butler in Union County.
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CHUCK WAlOOt>f'y' '' RICH eucenTURKKV EAST cce Pierce-Davis Vote
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Matiaw's! C..m.$1". Dak Cooked Ham isCEU $1 R9 da EIGHT S 159 Orange Juice .. MOI S&CRACKER :* .1s.o Feb.Just.one 21, election race Is ballot on the in Tuesday Brooker-,
P'l"IH'ks! ',,:ct
pwALTwttrs' : : between Mrs. Sub Davis and George
JWRAPPtOmOZENTU BAflRBU
PAMILY e128 PKG. U.O D.A. rx'totcd, BOTOH' ., ,. efrNYtAAeATCR....: OR SaCTRA 8HAPP Pierce for the' one-year unexpired
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Ground, Beef Rounci"ia$100JELLY ,Red 3ri .ff' p w FIH" t8:u 16a.erar .Smoked Sau.*.e ,I ,S'10tt Kra '. awaamcu' ii -snw .1D9 term Harrell.of late, 'councilman, Joe Cephus

1 !?: Mrs. Edna ,Harrell.', appointed to
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+W .f 8P6QN W A rCw TY.OOMMNCy1Pp16, serve In her husband's place until the" i

Feb. 21 election, decided'. not to'run for;
re-election. Ii
Pierce is former Brooker fire
chief. Mrs, Davis is columnist for f
I The Telegraph and The Gainesville
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when qualifying closed Jan 9''

Bonus'Our o were 'councilmen Joe Tolleson and. "
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human victim* after on attack'but If apparently '
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protection technique By retreating
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c ;\ 79 ,I ; '" -: MADe WITH .t in leisure{
ROLL ,d ; .. 7'9 ( "':; $139 the shark can then dine wlthput I
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A new set of records have been set minutes'to'take ninth place overall.
1f by Bradford High tracksters after .
running in the first annual high school .
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BHS Gi '
; invitational meet at. the Q'Connell Results' :
I Center in' Gainesville, Friday, Feb. .ni\ ., .'r ''If ., 4'!
SS 'inet.r hur fl. 6thjW.nd.) .
10.This n ,, Hol),'
4'fi1 was the first' time that )PUS 11.00.. "I," '-.11)' "
runners have had official times and 1500'm.I.r'runs'' ':'I l6)Unda) t'..wltt'i
distances during an indoor meet. The 60327.: i,
meet, which consisted of all class 400 m.t.r dash 9)Mlch) .ll. Klmutl
levels was.a good warm-up for the 66.74. i
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Tornado runners\ as they prepare for 800 m.f.r runt ).oCh.rv.1) Bogl.2:43.26.
the regular outdoor season which ,300: mrtor dahi )3Corol) Fu..11|| 49,64.,,
I 1 begins March 6 in Keystone. BBS will 3000 m lr font l7)Tommy) Mann 13.16.
also attend the Jacksonville Saints Invitational 4 X 400 Relays 9)Fu) **.ll 70.72 D.wlH
M. .. Saturday.Feb. 25 and the 70.10,, Klmutl'?70.34( :Bogl 72.' Ot') total'
University. City Relays Thursday 4:43.33. / > \ 3 '
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March 1. 1'
1984 Bradford High Baseball Team.... 'They all ran' well and performedas ", '''

They are: First Row- Brian Whitehead, Steve Jones, Gerald Brown, .Starling and Daryl Wagner. BHS well Track as they Coach possibly George could,Loper."Even' says. BI $, .>..Boys'Results. ";j; ,, 'l' ; t', -

Carlton Johnson and Doug Sammons. Third RowJason Polk, Jason Bennett, Jimmy Shoening, Andy Chaff, with the of Shot pub 12)Alon): Stakes 38'6,
Second Row-Tony Diggs; Hal Wood, Hobby McRae, lUck Welch, Robert Richie Fender, Robert Carver, and,Mike Chappell. with the big shots pressure from the 4A schools running 55 jm...r hurdl.t 6)Tony) Hill 9.00.

,. our kids held thier own." SS mt r daiht 3)Erie) tan 6.27.:.
t "Basically, we are on'schedule for 1500 "ml r runt 20)Colvln) Thomo
13 preparing for the regular season 5:34.53.: ,
Players Returning .-:. '(I' .; .. which I Is coming up soon," says $00 m.t.r run.'"I 22)H) .nry Coop r;
r Loper. 22:33.76.; : i'i:;::>'-t\i:.W
:- Loper highlighted ,Friday Eric Lane placed' :3000' mtr rum 21)E) dl. ,
Bradford Baseball Should,. Beilnteresting third overall in the 55 tneter dash in 103891.; ,"', ,''. '(',:::*o'&&
: 6.2Z,6econds..A! X.409 meter relay 4 X 400 rlayt 7)HIII)) 58.04. fon. 52.'" j jUx
J ,, ''' "' team of Michelle Kimutis Carol, Sander 54.BrClcl Rusa.IL52.l40 I
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With 13 returning players Bradford Brown and Chaff give the outfield against this season's varsity$f*' 'Wup -, This plan Includes five pHS"games. Fussell, Linda Dewitt and' Cheryl total* 3:36.96. .', .: ', .', ;'.t,'": ,"- """ '
High Baseball Coach Mike Hartley is some of the best arms in.this part of Season tickets go on sale this week& "Community support is Important l': Bogle ji !*n optimistic about the upcoming the state, according to Hartley Other For a full season ticket the price is $121 The kids play Bo much harder when "" ." Y" : ">'1-
season, which gets underway next strong arms on the Tornado team are for adults and $8 for students. ,'' ,JSjr the stands are full and this may proveto '' I
Friday at Ocala Vanguard beginningat Darrell Wagner, Rick Welch and There is a half-season plan that willS be a thrilling year for Bradford ; ,"Ii't.I"*
7 p.m.. Mike Chappell. cost $6 for adults and $4 for students:!* baseball 1984," concludedJart' YJ f Focal Girls Qualify l in Gyna_ ti s..., / ; : 'g,: : : ;
This will be Hartley's eighth year Line-up for the infield Is as follows: r 'ii I '?
coaching the BHS nine. Last season Jimmy Shoening and. Hal Wood at '. if!) Stephanie O'steeti"and Jill'Williams of Starke, both,qualified'in yn-, I' ,:
the Tornadoes finished an even 1212. third, Richie Fender and Steve Jonesat 1 mastics a meet held In Largo last week end. '
''I feel that we have as much potential shortstop, Doug Samons and Tony Williams qualified for the sectionalmeet to be held In Jacksonville,'FebA'i\ ;:,;'
as any team. I have coached," Diggs -at second, Jason Bennett, 1984 :BUS Baseball Schedule<< ; 25-26 with,an all-around score of 62.50 which placed" her fifth in the 9-11 age'" ,.\tf\;,.
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says Hartley. Jason Polk, Robbie McRae and Brian .. < .. ; I" ) o. '
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Although all pitchers from last Whitehead at first and Robert Carverand ; *K ::She also placed fourth on the vault with a 17.05. third on. the bars with, ': ., .-{
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season are returning, Hartley is still Robert Starling doing the cat Feb 24 t,: ... 15.45, sixth on the beat with 14.20 and sixth on the floor with 15.88.'I, ;'r<
concerned about the Tornadoes abili ching. Vanguard | )? 7pm '. Away O'steen qualified for the sectional meet in Jacksonville and the state'iv1;t \\I
ty from the mound. First year senior Carlton Johnson Feb. 25 Bolles \1 ., '2pm ; :,1. Away' meet lobe held In Fort Lauderdale in March. She' had'a score' of 67.50: placIrig -, :1, '
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"We did a good job last year pitching will also add some depth in the out ) ,. j, her fifth In the 12-14 age group. ,/.jft'f:
but each year's a new year and field. Personnel for the team consistof Feb. 27 ,-'tii; I ..uyTi.l;,+5,I ,,.4i, I'J :unary r...JtJ",;. She also placed first on the vault with..J7.O.IU'J.h: on thebarswttlta; $,. ,
'- -ywrtwu't get thereto done pitching'it's nine'senlormp four If j juniors,' one .. Feb. aaflj: ".' BbJles l ((14. Qr'." j 4311iMt! AlJiif blUl )(1'.ID''tI'' lct1e''e4' St'WCarwlol I5.iSS..nn hAbolasanL l 1'.85 otutAt llAttr.'Fwhpr ii'l ..
tough to win," noted Hartley. sophomore and five freshmen. John \ rV 8 *JUAaanv 7r ; hltl\het .s.Mmerand begiqnlngtKiiKMm.of, knee and back |fojuriea,4liMN, Iff-iIH: .
Four pitchers from last season that David Francis will Join the team at Mar. 3'Palatka bun : ; 'NAyjay ':VeHlftg' baca Ititu'the'competition: '.; /'',''' .
are returning are seniors Richie the end of basketball season. Mar. 6 I Keystone( 1$>-'%% 'A,,P"' ?"'. :., .': 'Honie O'steen and Williams are Class gymnast and train dally at Brown's, "I,K
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Fender and Jimmy Shoening and Hartley has also expressed concern : '; gymnastics. Gainesville ',I
Doug Sammons and Gerald for the first two weeks of the season. Mar. 8 Clay Coy J[* 7pm Home / f

junior Hartley says that all pitcherswill During that period the Tornadoes Mar. 10 Bolles t| If ;> :: 1:30pm: 'Home _,_,._____ __n.___ ,_
be starting and.play relief duringthe play state ranked Bolles three times,
season. defending district 6, class 3A Mar. 13 St. Augustine- 7pmHome'''

Last season the biggest problemsthe Vanguard during the opening game. Mar. 14 Interiachen m 7pm Home | AZALEA "
Tornadoes were at the plate with Also during the first two weeks BHS \: SALE I
an average of .198. "That was the plays tough district rivals Keystone Mar. 16 Baker"Co., t. .J 7pm i'-" AWay ,
toughest I have ever had to suffer Indians and Clay High Blue Devils.. I
year
Mar. 20 Middleburg |p .; 4pm. : Away t: '
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through as far as hitting games. "I figure Keystone and Clay to be One of the Best Selections
The thing is that we have the people the toughest competition in district Mar. 22 Hawthorne Mi, 7pm Home ,
who the bats." 8-AA of which the Tornadoes '' ,.r J In Town... No. 1 Grade Plants
can swing are a fi.: : ;
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Mar. 27 Vanguard' | : 7pm, : vHdnie ,
In practice so far Hartley pointedout new member," says Hartley. "[ am j ., ,, J :tt$ ,
several players that are hitting very optimistic about this year's. Mar. 29 St. Augustine: \" ,' :. ..6pm" Away S .. 4 I.*. .. Favorite Colors'
well. They are Andy Chaff, Robert team and I feel like we can accomplish .1-1-: s 9
Mar. 31 Lake Butler :|| Home : V 1 Gal. Size ,
1:30pm
Carver, Jimmy Shoening and whatever the kids put their j .-:, : 1 -Mon 1

freshman"There Steve have Jones.been several other minds"If the too."community wants' to see Apr. 2 Hawthorne *SI !::..,". ::, :7pm?. ; 'Away ', I \ 2.19 ea up,to :10 .'ea:

players who have been contributingat some good baseball I think this will be' Apr. 3 Interiachen K" i 4Pm AwaY 799

the plate as those, but four not"with says the Hartley.consistency commented the year to come Hartley.out to see us play," Apr. 5' ,Lake Butler &$;. '' .' 4pm ,, Away : Large PI an t"s .'> . 3 Gallon Size

Defensively the Tornado' Nine Apr 10 Keystone Wei',l '' 7pnf } 'v/AWay ,

should be able to contend with most of Oldtimers Game Set Sat... Apr. 12 Baker Co. SR IJ' f" PlantingAzateasTreesShrubsYou'll '
7pm Home .
the "We were an ; :" 'yt; : ,
competition. This Saturday BHS baseballers will ,
average fielding team last year and hold their annual 'Old-Timers' game. Apr. 13 Clay Co. ;fff ?, ".-. 4pm'';:.; .. Away: $ 2,00 a ,, Need FortiLife't: t

with can the key win people some back> ames, I am with hopingwe the Former BHS baseball stars will team Apr 17. ,Middleburg ; |$V''' ..tM\ '1pmv1, -: Home. I" Composted ,Cow MalianRefund .-,

1.1.1 Analysis-Weed .FreB-Wont;' Burn
gloves this year, commented .. :
Hartley. "Our problems are still ----- --- 40 U.Bag 99 Met AH rf' 59,
basic fundamentals. We try to do Offer ,,1' .
some things our own way and it getsus To Honor tlie ,' : : ,Reg. 2.99 Refund, 1FertlLlfe :
into trouble" BuySBaytt TOPSOIL

n ,,e+itfleror .IAeombinatl 'I ; '" '1

,: ) 4Ml"1", : PatcMng.Top Dresting,Lawn or Gftnten,1 1Ie
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BHS Nine GREAT LEADERS of' ( '2,AOhg4" ,4e,lh..Bp'! ;:" 79' filet After. "1.39fr91R ;:

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Plays 50 InningsIt Our C01l ltry' :Ifs',Time 'to Plant ,

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was a long day for BITS
baseballers last Saturday during the
I fly 6'416.6
50 inning fund raising game. Potatoes
The team started at 8:45: in the mor ( :
ning and finished up at 5:20: in the .: .
afternoon. I eC
56 runs were scored In the game .$./ ibn Fed1t
from the hits. 36 errors were com
116
- mitted during the exhibition. .. Rod Poapac I!(Wore 1 !ewlb haq '
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Top hitters for BITS were RobertCarver Y'1. ri 24' ; '.. 26'SOIfeBag 57so
with 11-of-28 for an average of *
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.423 and Jimmy Shoening with 9-o-25 111 B.g t Limit
for A .360 average. Doug Sammons; oeiy 8' ,Bf9'e, ,
Gerald Brown and Steve Jones all hit9of27 .
for :333 averages. M M ,
"Things went well with fatigue beIng FDKWe "

Baseball the only Coach deterent Mike,",says Hartley.head BUS"We ti Poutim No. ,2o00 lj4:" Saw:'

committed more errors than I would O .
have like.If we play defense the same "
way in the season it will be tough'to r '88
win against good teams" >, "
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IMulotors hat lakkft action, r.parta Nag a 1 a_ :, :, e 1 ,
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flop using It. fad 'jniulotor or to. paint LpCAr 'tOe WbstJetiert! tni6troet t ;539,:E.;,chit
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Bradford basketbaHers! took over in Score By Quarter t'' points mostly from long outside alit 12 11 t 14 4Stl
.' the second quarter to dominate the ''j!' >. ,' shots, but shot only 39 percent, going MlddlburV U tl U JJ .
Union Tigers for a 52-39 win Tuesday ,\\f-'I, Br. night but elltl-45 to MlddleburJI ;;,. i. Union 1 093 19 S1 9' 5-for-15 from the field Cooper was 41 Hit Mllomy 7-0-14,Fronel* 10-2, Norman
day night. v. .j ),l"( percent,gt>ing 9-for-12. As a team the 2-0-4, ,,Cha'ndtor J-0-10, Coop.
k;.-1 Br dlordi .Homy 2-1-5, Fronclo O-J-2. Tornado shot 44 percent, going f-MI, Johnson 2-0-4.. .Total' 2r,1: -<4S.
niril .' i\Mormon 2.0-4, Chondlvr 7-5-H, Cooper ''22-for-43 from the field. Mlddlolurll.H.i.It.0-2..Holl "'.10. "
r. Scoring was spread thin on thej -0.1I, Johnson 2-" 0. Total 19-14-S2. " ,-tam' with Kevin Simmons ]J.J.Tigers. BUS,Chandler 6, Jolui&on and Sam '0"' 4-2-10, Solomon 1-0-J. Total
leading with nine points. Darryl Warren !t':" .Unloni AUxandcr M-4. W.bb 1-0-J Dorman R.each. 2..-|'.... ,,:

and James Johnson each scored;' \1.r., Jackson 1-0-2, Simmons ..-,.", I. Johnson40I "
eight points in the_effort, : Thom, 9-0-" Warren 9-S-8. Totals
17-S-3. on_.
The win for the Tornadoes put them 'I :
iss ,', Lnsl"I'tafli b"r ,t at an even 11.11 mark and dropped the i'>.s. SUPERIOR BABY. & BEAUTY PAGEANT
rat,";, 'eMluy Tigers to 5.13.Leading Middleburg 61 BUS 45 ... ,- ., .
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I" A lackluster Tornado' five wail : :
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Saturday
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j.h. scorer for the'.Tornacoe, I. 'behind all the way in Mlddleburg last .''i.,, ;.u. .' ,
was Daren. Chandler with 19 points Friday night. Feb. 10, In a 6 loss to :VlA 18 "
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and Herbia Cooper with '12 points,!! the Broncos. February : ; '
Tommy Johnson, also made Into double - figures with 10 points; /:first period; four points, '27-23, at the.half -
-' ''and came back'' up within two';, u : "
The'Tigers took the lead in the first t'points: ,31-29, early in the third period. :? Saturday : :,
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quarter then the Tornadoes took Leading scorers and rebqunders
'charge In the second quarter to take a .Daren Chandler and Herbie Cooper February 25 : "J
.20-17 lead by.the end of the first half. \, had relatively cold nights from the
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", ,field. and continually were -out Gainesville i Holiday Inn .
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positioned on the boards. BHS would', "
Bradford held the Tigers to three '
points in the third quarter with good I;:'' 'get one shot, then give up the baU. .Gainesville' Center -
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'The hot-handed
Broncos were ..
efforts BHS scored
defensive 13 ..
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i ball in 10 Aga Divisions
Contrast They worked the
the third
points In period for a 32.20'jlead. ?
;r'y l ,,.i,, ;,. j!.E t.':close*" BHS enough seemed for listless a percentage and tired.shot. New Born thru:17, Year' of Ape'For

": Robert Bellamy led BUS with''' i\ Information Call:' 1-904.755.6472'V '
Bradford then lost the defensive i i i i '
domination allowing the Tigers to ;:
score 19 points. The Tornadoe offense '
held together to score 20 for the 52-39,!

win. PRESIDENTS'DAY

The Tornadoes were just unaer our f
percent In free throws, hitting 15 of 31.
The tigers hit 5-of-9 from the charity
line. .

'Upcoming.Week,.. ':::1 "

y Two games are k left on'the Tornado ; ,
schedule beginning with Santa Fe at "
home Friday night and Clay High in?

Robert Bellamy,held. in check' ,by: MiUdleburg<< Green Cove!" Monday, night, ..' FEBRUARY 20


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CompetitionSix'Bradford Community
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High wrestlers placed have placed In the district'match." seniors and return'' everyone else," f
\.II.., 'at the district 'tournament- Ocala Two wrestlers that Simpkins thinks says Simpkins. "How we do next year. uwY1' ; : Stater: ; ., \

\-., Forest Saturday Feb. 4.. might have placed i are junior Tim 'will. depend 'on, how'much time our .. '
Of those six, none ,,plfaced'it''theregional Nugent and sophomore.Dennis CxumiraingsL -' wrestlers pond in the, weight room:" .. .;.., .:,' I ;L.,; ..,
meet Kfcbl- in-U atMS fertag .
"".."""11igWtnetifdU...tawln+1M Acts en/N .ln.nn.dlMrittnpbtee !vinMrarJMefe fen next'yearthat's .t" '"We,! ,""know '! ;m.:Work ail ..f.. ,,'. j., I'<:,' 41"0'>" .:_'Y---I.. ," Rangy ""v. .',... ,.' .
"We did about as well'as we could .a'pretty good rebuUding'year. we year I r
do In the'' district tourneycom ." long' to 'catch up.with ,the regional
mented BHS wrestling Coach Ezra "We saw some good athletes at the .competition. Hopefully in two to three '
Simpkins. "I really didn't expect to regional tournament. We are still a years, we'll have a state contender," r Will Be CLOSED"SATURDAY -
have six placers' ,- year away from that type of comptetl-. says Simpkins. "We would like to '
n': BHS took.,three third, places and tion.but we will work all this year and, publicly thank everyone that has'supported '
three fourth places at the meet. ,next Feb. to send some ,wrestlers to Tornadoes. this l year/ I :
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', In the ,,102 pound, /Jass freshman the :state tournament' commented .
Brad Green took fourth ''place;,, 109, Simpkins. Wrestling Club.. t
Freestyle *
Hamilton took
John
class-sophomore
third place; 129 class-senior 'Tony Wrestling Coach Simpkins and
Williams 'placed fourth; 171 class- Summary of the Season... Dave Tew are starting. a. freestyle IL and MONDAY
senior Ted Bresee placed third; 220 "We had a lot of fun;learned a lot of wrestling club. '
class-junior RobbIe. Boone, placed wrestling;created a lot of interest and The club will be!named the"Stars".
fourth; Unlimited class-junior Don we think we have built a good foundation Practice sessions will be held every -
: Thornton placed third. -' '' for a good wrestling. team" Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Bradford: "February 18 & February 2'y gFDICI!
"We've come' a long way"towards analized Simpkins: Middle School gym. Any resident of ; ...__
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being''a respectful wrestling team;/' "The wrestlers and our. consistent Bradford County of any age is eligiblefor : _
says Simpkins "We belive some 'followers know we improved In all the club. For more information

wrestlers" were. left home that could areas over the season.'We loose two contact: .BHS field.house at 964-6470. ,.W...... '.- .


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After the ,. .;. 'i t .. ; : ; purchase:
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By the end of the second quarter'. '. ;- .. ";i-v"' .,'BRADFORD COUNTY; FLORIDA\:.' : ::;" : ,

,took a 32-29 lead. for the Tigers was,, '"' La:r--: ,' FEBRUARY 21. ''1964 L',V:rly :. :, : Thla coupon'good for 2 pieces of the Colonel"'i I
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,Tim* "Leading Jackson scorer with 17 points followed :'"tf'I". .. ,, ': ., ; ,-, ." ,I : ,,'v> ". ,.. .. .' :. : : 4,1.1t Original FleCIPe'j or Extra. Crispy,,,,and a biscuit
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James Johnson with,12,. < \\.1. ", I
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Then' in the third quarter ,, ',\ .In1Uala'or 1\tte'E .
Signature of Elector : ; ordars.,Customer'pay all,applicable tales lax.OH
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Tigers 22-9 to (take a,5:433e: : '" J' ,.: ,. S I. ., '.' .,' ."...' ; :
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RICHARD E.WELTYJ9S4 '' delivered for custody to Buy" .....
the Comptroller of NOTICE Of Soft Scrub r '
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PUBLIC SALE f ''''>>' "T. ,
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Stark, FL 32091 ;';. directed to 'the Comptroller Notice Is hereby given'' M I" :' 'j ........
,1 .((904)< ) 964-8050' of Florida. fr1 ., .. "
that pursuant to Final' I' r....
FAttorn.yfpr,-*' ,\? .,. GERALD LEWIS'COMPTROLLER Ii"
Notices "'" Judg.m.nt < of I ; ',' ". J ,. : .
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.,; ," "" \, RprsntatlvTC.2162tchg223NOTICEOFNAMES' ," 01' FLORIDA:, ", u{i the Foreclosure Circuit Court, entered of the,In ,]' Bohdo Repair 4 Of HWe..4. u.tllf' ''I -.6; I

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.. 2/16,2tchg2/23; Judicial Circuit
.,. Eighth In Tubes PotSngSoii
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IN THE CIRCUIT OF PERSONS NOTICE Florida Civil Action Case / ; Power ', PWstte Ho Neck I
Steering Fluid c
Sugar .
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'COURT FOR APPEARING TO.RI 'NOTICED' No: ,,,82.326-CA. anJ'' 9February ; !'? 11 r. f < : :
BRADFORD COUNTY OWNERS OF hereby 1984,1 I will sell 6' Extension Cord' 'i-** I I Ice Cream Scoop .RaIHIRI.j;, \ ) .,.aI .
., '- :'FLORIDA ABANDONED PROPERTY given that on Monday. the following described ,j' .

'. "fROBATE DIVISION March o clock A.M.9,1984 the at undr-10:00: property lying and being White or Brown Foil' Pans : GiimousHoseCouplings, I ', :
.. CASE NO.1..CP ,
; Pursuant to Section 13 situate! In Bradford County I I ','
', !' r. FILE; ':'0. f-3319 Chapt.r .717 Florida signed, Gator Florida to-wlttThe Texaco Transmission I. Fluid, -Your choice l !5 styles : 'I
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Frlghtways, Inc will .
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I S S. In Re:The Ettate Of "Florida Disposition ',of Mil at public auction forca.h' the Northeast Quarter, { i Doxrbn 0 or TypVjF, I.l f Plastic l Ice Cube Tray Clothes: Llneis : '" .

,x STELLA PLFNTIS! RADNIS, Deceased;, Unclaimed. noun I I.PropertyAct" hrbygiven at 2179. Av Commonwealth *.. (NEY4) ot' -(NW'of the North.tQuarter' theSouthwest 1:'1, .Quaker State 'Oil 1 "ui ;. '. ,.' I :


',< ,' OT'CE', ,lilted. below that the appear persons to 'onelot Jacksonville'Roll-Away, Florida Bd, ( ) ond''..QuarterSW'h the "I| : for Kesel 1 Engines;, Marking Chalk ,.F .

,( -OF ADMINISTRATION be owner of, unclaimed consigned to Sofa Southeast Quartet1 (SE'4)) Paste ,J" -. ,
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';. _' 1.t = ,( >.'p.cson.ltiamMangtbld Market, ,W.'f Pol n} of .I.'i"I? .*.Nort1v..t stngli'edgl.. :, :, .:' '' ..;. ::; r. -
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ING CLAIM; OR --ropetyf". ) pr..um.a 'Stbrag*.- Quarter (Nwt4).ofthi, ; .; 'o .,!ae$ E ,:rUiU! ,, r-- \'....,."3-H6fr8s{ >viii jBwSl. _. .... ,,
abandoned. THIS DOES SeuttVwest ''Qu'|/trk( ; a.ra l1.'J.41; .:"': ;' "" .

OEAAANOS ESTATE tGAINS1"THEABOVE AND ALL NOT INvoLve REAL charges of, under Section, the-4b proVisions ) of (SWVi) cf Section23, I jfI"I's I I' ,S er. .Caulking''' ,I'" 'Bon Ami! PowderSollex : 5",Sanding DiskPaper .
ESTATE.! '
Township 6 South Rouge .,. '
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Uniform Standard Bill of
'OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED i
Owners : '
'APpar1'nt' ; 22 East, excepting .Compound Tube .I I ,
|IN THE ESTATE. "...., ., Own R.. Lading. \ .therefrom that portion of ? '
YOU AXB HEREBY.NOTIFIED Rt. 2,Box 167.''Stark*?. Ft: Gator Frlghtways,' Inc.Carrier. sold 'land,lying East'of;. I"J ,Plaster t of' Paris V -, '. .Hole Punch
that the od- 32091. Account number; the center line of ditch ? I << .
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ministratlonof theestate 021621chg0223NOTICE D Con Roach M' Spark Plug Wrench
'OI80-1983-0002.ledfonl. said lands excluded from; Traps Moth Cake ,
of STELLA RADNIS Earl T. Stork, Fl 32091: this I '
: conveyance bel"9. :4
: No,501 Work Gloves
PLENTIS, deceased Case 311 I 1983OI67iBraswll more particular/) :
Number 84.7-CP, and Dick 1601 N. OF ,described as follows: ,: ';\ II Plastic 1" I

FII. Number. 1-3919 Is Temple AVM Stark, FL PUBLIC;: HEARING for a point of beglnn-' I ., ".. f pending .In''' the Circuit 32091, O1& -1983.0007}. Ing commence ''at the : Resistor Spark .
Rubber Maid Plugs
Court for Bradford County Breokr Leslie E.-P.O.. The.:'District 111'Mental Southeast,Corner of the, :. ;,1;'., ,Jobes Plant Spikes I
Florida Probate Dlvl. Box 293. Lowty, FL Health Board, Inc. will Southeast Quarter (SE'4)) I I Scrubbin Pads ,. ., each In packs of
slon, ,the ''address of 32058, 2853-1983-0001;, hold a public hearing! at of the Northwest //:, _a :. ; Lawn Mower Wrench 1
,\" which Post Office Box:' Buih, Pauline,.Rt..2,. Box the Wastslde Christian Quarter, .(NW'/i) of, the Picture Hanging Set...'. 4, 6 ,or, 8 'I
5. Stork. Florida 32091: j '1620."Stork..' Ft ;132091: .., Church, 4820 ,NW 34tfStrt. >< Southwest" 'Quarter,: .\i "! : or Spark Plug : .. !
The p.rsonal.Lprs.n. .0180.1983.0010Ci.v.; Gainesville. (SW/4)) cf Section 23., fr. I Scotch Strapping Tape' : T015B Rubber Tie Down
to /lv. of the ..tot*' Is ,,Inger: Evelyn ,J:, Rd. ,1 Florida beginning at 'Township 6 South. Rang : Set. of, 3 Hangers' .
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1, WALTER J. RADNIS, Box 17-C, Stark.. FL 7:00: P.M. or) February 22 East and run Northerly ) ,. ," Strap
F'' whose address* It 7531 32091, 1946-1983-0002; 27, 1984. T e'purpos. of along the East lime of (>:, I I' 0' >. ,,"), '
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".I ..Garden. lone, Ju.tlce. Illinois .Cumausla, Kathleen, this hearing Is to create 'sold Northwest Quarter I J'I
40498, The nome Starker FL 32091 a forum for. private. (NW'/4)) of Southwest .t'4 1 _ 0 ease atYassts r..IB mss sloes seer: was eta
and address 'of the per ; Hell elttxeni.. elected officials "" .
3111-1983-0093; Quarter ..(SW'/i\ ) q' ,
: sonol) 'representative'sattorney Dorothy "' Moo';; orEtltabeth consumers of service distance of'990.ft. ,'>i.( .P.A., Post Offlc* Drawer 1"' '' A I 'l'' : .' //1f'courV' '";,Plalrt\ "'.' F vc'r 'i .
(1.: are forth '' : IN THE CIRCUIT 40 Starke, FL 32091.: HELEN J.SANFORDand
set, 1. .. CI6 or 'others to more or *...'to the Northerty ; 5' ByAAarthaE.'Struth: vsWILLIAM
below. ..Brownl ltd.. Stark, fl, enhance the exchange of boundary of the'' .COURT OF THE To'.phonel904J964827209,21' ;, 'As Deputy Clark L. KING etc.,
AIL p.r.onl. having 32091,0180.1983.0013. : Information and give all South holt (S'4)) of dieNortheast ? EIGHTH JUDICIAL ": '. )/ hg2/ 6. 2/024tchg 2/23 et al, Defendants DELORES Defendants HIBDON, II
claims demandsbgalnst IN AND FOR .
or
Holly Aaron. 1909,Old interested a Quarter ,
parsons I
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF -r J
the' ..totlt' ore: ,tawtyJRd., Stark., FL vole* !In' decisions affect: (NE'/ ) of the NoI"t"t'Quarter '' .S.' .*'1",BRADFORD" COUNTY/FLORIDA FLORIDA IN AND FOR NOTICED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALEPURSUANT I
required WITHIN THREE' 32091018019830014; ting the delivery of COM (NWK) pf MONTHS' FROM THE I" 'lpROBATE'DIVISION{ .Notlcejs; hereby given TO
Fish
Levy Prolrt Compao ; munlty mntar health'and' '.Southwest Quort.r"SW ,, CASE NO.83-486 REGISTER! 45
DATE OF THE fIRST,' (i Foster Shl Smith. 909 .tobstanc. iabuseservlC.e ( '( ).,thence run westfond 1 FICTITIOUS NAME that pursuant to the Final CHAPTER,
'PUBUCATION 'Of: THIS' W. Madison St., Stork.; 'Block Grant parallel to the SouthlNboundary '' 'oJ.VJi'v Judgement of v.Foreclosure'
NOTICE, to file With th* 'FL '32091 ,.funding, as It Impacts on, of''the''' Nor.. ,rx'. IrrSE': The Estate Of CIVIL. ACTION Pursuant tQ Section land,: Sale t Notice Is given. that
clerk of. )h* court a written 0029.j983-ooI0/ : Mrksi; District Ml will b*discuss'' theast Quarter (NE'Yf' ) of K |PALMER WILLIAMS, (fn' the Marrlag( ofEDWARDC'i B65.09, Florida Statutes.notice entered il lt< the 'cause,,,,h pursuant to 'p FinalJgdgement'
re: doted
i Deceoud.f '' the Circuit
statement :;of sly'claim Tom; 1201 N. K.il.r'Struetl d, The District Board Is the' Northwst" Quarter '\ 1 J--1- .i Is. hereby'glvertthat pending In' '
demand '. ; : the Court of,. the,:Eighth January 30,1984'ln Case'No.
or' they 390911 F undersigned.
Slarke."FL ,0 cltlssn's group r tponslbl (NWWVof\ the Southwest ;< < Husband :'
83.370-CA of the
have Each' 'claim 4 NOTICE t" HOISINGTONL? Robert ; '' Judicial Circuit In and
may 1661-1983-0019: Myws, ,for ,a IS',county, Quarter (SW Yc ) 0.(1'dl.tance"lof '' and' ''" E.-AllenvJr. and Ceutt."of
must be In writing andmust Cloud,, P.O. ,,Box'" .295,' area, 'and' needs the I Itv; 137 feet, '. ''i 3F ADMINISTRATION ? ,i'VIRGINIA L '- .< Berry M. Allen; 1304 N. for' Irodford ,County Circuit Judicial the
,Indicate the basis ,lawty FL 32068;; put of any'' and all pr more or ,less, :+., 'v i *** A. Bradford St:, Stark.; Flo. Florida Civil' Action' No. Eighth Circuit, (In
and for Bradford
for Ihe.clalm/the name, .0180-1963-0021: P......,i sons 'Interested In Its center line of said dltch"/".1.. .'the administration of'' HOISI ;Wife 32091; Joint owners, doIng 82-228 CA; the undersigned County;
and- address af th*' ':The Estate of PALMER business under the Clerk will sell the Florida. In whkK RALPHD
Williams
Mildred. 7967 planning, and coor- 'thence1' "run ;:'In'j-.a',.
(:,; NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY ,MOORE and his wife. ,
Creditor or his agent! or Avenue., Philadelphia dlnatlflfl'rol.tIN SOvtheasterly dirertian'tato :j f WILLIAMS, Deceased ,name of ALLEN'S OFFICE property situated In said
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end, 'the ; ;; tit 83.90 CP, SUPPLIES. AND PRINTING County; described osjf MYRTLE MOORE, are the
No. Is
attorney PA J9I30, a point.on the South, '!r., pen .
amount dalmd. If the 0101.1983-0002: Rlmcti, ')ln. .of'" the Southeast ''K{!J.;dire In the Circuit Court' r/ COMPANY 113 E.,_Coll The West S44)8) feet of Plabrtlrfs and'HELEN J.
claim "to not yer due. the /AlbertG.P.Q..101C 114. THE CIRCUIT'COURT Qu0e.'rSES.( ) 'of(itheH M''HV' :( Bradford County TO: Virginia' A. ,Hols- Street Starke?, Florida tot 3 and the Eett 24.33 SANfORD :and DELORES
'dale when It will become /.Spar,., FL. 32091 OP THE Northwest; ,Quarter 'Mnirld, } >;
.due shall:bet stated If' '2779-1983-0917} Hiwltti,' EIGHTH JUDICIAL (NWttlottheSouthwW ',jj), address of YOU ARE HEREBY register said fictitious REPlAf Of PART IJF'MT. dantsc. will all to the
:' the claim ,Is contingent oiunliqutdoted '| ThoOIQI..I983-0005:' M ''CIRCUIT IN AND< .'Qu.r'.r (SWV4).F.); Hid { 'FOR .t" ;\ for a Petition for Dissolution alorsald LAKE: 'as per plotth..eof. for cash at the front door'
( tIM nature ,UnaWw..... Alfred "., BRADFORD P'JInt9 60 fet Vr >j i;\f Post Offke.Starke statute
,'of the uncertainty shall Rl..3;Boa 147.' FL: ,C o U N TYt of the Southeast Corner-t; ,! Bowe( 8. of Marriage Involv, DATED this 23rd day ol recorded 'In Plot of 'th*;Bradford 'County
tie stotsd. If the claim Is, 32091.; a* Q.l Stork 13;' FLORIDA' of the Southeast Quarter # rtda 32091. The Ing the" following' proper' January,, 1984. Book 3. page 20;:of the*'*', Courthouse,;Sfarke,

''tocurds th* :security: .....htn..v.. .JO...,, CIVIL ACTION (SE'/4" of the Northw,et v'' '--. ands ddnuq of ty Bradford\ County. -' l/264tpd2/1o '' ,vbllc I R.cords'of prod;. Florida at 11:00 a.m. oqFebruary' -
.SF' >. \ shall be 'deKr'M' I/. 1..: loa 108-;' CAS6 NO. 93-336-CA. ''Quor*r'fW/4)( )" '.<',*"'ri;f"-i.; ;.;;.,' represenft -- Florida ; t'..l't. *tt ******** .;** ford County, rlorldtf. 20; 1984. the
claimant' shall dellv**: Brook.r,, FL 332);; Southwest' Quort.r.S.; and the personalrsentatlve's ,Th. South 200 feet of NOTICEOF at public/ sale' to.th. .. following described pro.,
: ;sufficient! :coptob)al th* ,0477J, T9B3; QGOo.i1.; ''COMMUNITY STATE (SW4)),, thenc; rw> .'I' | ,ot- that portion of,. NW'A ofSE'kof ': INTENTION> highest am), besi, bidder '' petty let ,forth''' 'In theerd.r
; //claim' to the ctack'''to:, Williams, Odta111dnsa9p BAh K ,OP :..STARMC, .a \along sold pouch II-.UMfe_;;\;y; .Y'are set forth SE'S.ctton 13 TO REGISTER f or co.h at 11::0d o'clock.+ of Final. Judg-.
.{ enable the clerk 'to mall ,: P.O. tavf*, .. PL Florida bonking corporatlon -' : Township South Rang. FICTITIOUS NAME, A.M. on the 28th do* of mentor> l ,
'. c? the SauRtpetl' .QStrttfMr ** .. lots 1, 2., IS and ter'
East .. .1964 16.
', on.cgfr lO'IIIIId\1/IIff .. Plai n tiff.t ,22 whlcf February jal the..
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personsTreaulred
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( ,:,., "F ", r.-1Ot1Yo a C: .lIIil'..bps 'Quarter, (NWCj) fill to file with Pursuant 'to :ashore \
: < the East of Block S. of Hampton ,
I All parson< !* Interested 'M BILLY SHflDON MARTIN. Southwest ibirar15/fF'4 k WITHIN THREE'' led Roodr except M3.09 Florida Statutes, County C urthous. ?
i :In'th estate to' who proper. as' Persisnot' R.pr.sen., court 276 fet. In'.Sectlon'1S.' : Starke, FlorWo.. Florida. .fn, Section 30,,
a ,
J 'tlon.f the ( (_%> ia dUtanc.of,., "f. THS of THE fiRST 'nolle* Is hereb1'.gl_ 7
Township South,
of ihls Notice of.Ail., 'tapive''ut the Estate of Township 1 South Rang GILBERTS.11R0JWK'CLEIyCOP Rang*
: copy dt feet 19 the P.O.*.. : : IKATION OF THISKE that the undersigned, ,22 Ent ,Iradford .
.. accounts 'JIMMY 22 East 1 ; County.
MARTIN Deco Containing '
h been ,
'ministration1 ; savings" .0.. TOtWTHE A. ,yMN :; (1) all' claims Kenneth N. Barton. '
mailed. are'" tsxtulrednWITNNI'THpN } < *K:' 'WHUAM' A., ,BtSHT'IB *- .1"0' Acre, more or less.has CIRCUIT COURT Florida/ :
-nt,1 irlHHy do l I'la. ''structor.sr. 1.. n.t .the estate and, Houte. Box 45. Hamp. /TOGETHER ,
'MONTHS"' : ;stocks, bands, !IniunHK., ; ,,0F, Pertemrf 'prgv.mentt. fl.1":,:,;'!'I. objection by artested been flied Ogalnst.you ton Florida 32044;.sol. By Beulah M. Moody,iAs with on.1773 *
FROM THIS! DATE Of.TH*' poIktril I : ... dop..tT '(UoreMntatlv* Ad Lfseml: appliances,( -'and'; '...- ;' J< ny person te, and you are required owner, doing bu.m.... Deputy Clerk Guerdon ;'mubil
;horn having laVsntlflcaH
FIRST PUBLICATION Of bolC", ;*tc.), and thiMrrMM if th* Estate 't>( JIMMY said ntitt- moiled .to serve a cop)' of your under the name of KEN SWANN 'AND HAD" '
,,purtenonc on notice was
"' 'THIS rtQTfCt. **: III..* ny. und;ocMr*>i... of MARTINA Oe eas4i property or used I In c rc;: :"/t' am h: challenges the written def." .... If onto \// TRONIC3.; Route 1, Box DOCK. PAJ; ., Non N f'.' 202W' and
: ,objection ,they; ,ELLA NORA MARTIN; y It. on the plaintiffs atternyWhose 133 West Central Blvd. .203SIR, .
.E!. tray .the tmMsr 'of,, such par't +juncKorr herewith '' ]'' of the will therepresentellve 45. Hampton Florida, Dated "ebhtO-
have-- that !chattena* the.; ,......t "may e't CA L' BCOfOftD, os"At., Said ;aleLihoU' b. yet: ..:, fry f flea lion. of the per' .t. | name and ., '32044, Intends t. Suit 1 100' ,:/: ," t 'I 'J'# .7;
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.' wills/ the qualification. o( I pesssslna on "Interest In NORA M>J T1N; .TONYADBNISB bidder taf cash <' > l* ''f t or' furl.cI1dIOft'of HA"!&T,, '' *.A;>}, Pvp. 'nam. under the PlalntHt, .
: .. ',"pr 1 'MARTIN, aiwnfwfp' '. .DrowAr 1030., 'ak.J ,af eresafcf statute 2/09tchg2n4,, .r., CA-k.! ef the
tthat o pasrW 'eotd".. e, 'wf "t. >urt, ,. : ;', o- 'f '
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.> '( ..........."\ ,,' ,'t U :' tfte Ouardtan of her perWjyt'essGffi -' :,.r ., I Ifry NS NOT SO FILED ''964-S7.01 ,od.alli(1th.s'X.' :''february/.984.. .' ..: '" + :.,., '." .1, : .2 A *M,*
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I $0 ,''teagt '.....) ,:JtJ 'of 'this 'or before MatCH: If IW4& 4' ":iH THa CHICUf' COUICTMaOHTH "' .' a. r I : ,
: : "$ : ME .. ua,. \ .T."tJh..... Ca't ;,i j.. IIcqtlort' has beaun: Oft f, .,etn..rwtse' 0,. ,ud.,..,..." COURT Of THf. \ "'*WI '.. :
t. .< ",,' h ..o1. t... 1 1994. IJ.) {may 'b.'_t.red afdlnst' ,' I { WGHTH JUDICIAL CWCU, INPRAD1OROCOUNTY AHit t* It. : I"I '.'I" '.

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Through the Heather on the Hill. :
Harry Beaton;; I Mike Cooney* does an angry dance around crossed( Beaton later attempts to'leuve the village .an act that will bring doom
Fiona MacLaren (Annette Pusateri) and Tom my Albright I Pat Crawford) swords at the party following theh.arrfageof; his sweetheart to another' on the inhabitants of.the enchanted hamlet. I'

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'I' "Brigadoon" relates the story of a quiet: village in the 'Jeannie MacLaren" and "Angus McGuffie".
'Scottish highlands whose minister prayed for a The Sommervilles hail from Huntington West
l miracle" 200 ago. The miracle protected the Virginia, where they were active In the Musical Arts
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town from evil forces by allowing the inhabitants to Guild, have appeared in 'Carousel", "Hello Dolly I";
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as they had before but from the point of view of the out- tray "Andrew MacLaren", bringing his expertise. to the
side world they only exist one day each 100 years. role of "Jeannie" and "Fiona's Father. '
Tommy Albright and Jeff Douglas two young men Consuelo Dodge, who has had considerable theatrical
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That chance encounter works. a drastic change on the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce; Ilk
their lives: Medford Connelly, a newcomer to the Hampton'area;
"Brigadoon" combines' comedy and drama with will be seen as "Mr. Lundie;. David Shoemaker will appear -:
''I I romance to impart the message that love makes in the role of "Charlie Dalrymple" while Stephanie 1

anything possible, even "miracles," Bennett, who played the lead in "Paint Your Wagon; _

.,.; Assisting' Director Wilson is Laurie Conti; Merrie .' portrays 'Sandy Dean". Joy Johnson will be seen as M .
'Shoemaker is musical director and Courtney Carter of Maggie Anderson", and Selina Cassels appears. as

Keystone Heights is choreographer. "Kate Dalrymple", /; :, ...' A Tale of Miracles... "
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A capacity: : crowd filled the Brad t'm a man'of my word.Sign right here ( :{tl know r why you would want to bor- south. His southern acquaintances all be the same television Jerry and Clower knew that they when had ,
ford High School auditorium Saturday and here's your dollar. I'll: put this and : $1 where:you have a$10,000 bond." displayed an amazing amount of seen on his performances,.
bond with the loan safe "Well"said Uncle Purvis, "I horse that quantity of formal they went to theydidn't
evening to listen to "Starke Rav papers for came sense no need to be afraid to bring their ;
ing" Jerry Clower relate the exploitsof keeping." your bank a year ago looking for education could have provided j
such backwoods philosophers as Uncle Purvis left the bank with his safe place to keep this $10,000 bond A reception was held in the lobby of children. .

"Uncle Purvis Ledbetter" In a fund -_._.... .-.__u_ one year. Your teller told me a the Florida Bank after the final per He also said that he chose Starke as
raising performance sponsored by the : : ; ; -box cost $24 per year, so I came formance where Clower autographed for his album because
BUS Band Boosters here and borrowed $1 from you photos and received a tooled leather the studio '
Excitement began to build Friday J you kept this bond here nice and belt,Inscribed with "Starke Raving"as "Starke, Floridais the heartbeat of
and he knew his kind
when signs went up all over Starke :\ for me all year for 13 cents." a token of appreciation from the the country"' town.I of
saying "Welcome Jerry Clower" and"Jet'ry : The crowd roared with laughter as' Chamber of Commerce. folks lived in this
We Love You." i performed a distinctly Clower told press in an interviewthat Clower said he places his faith
brand of he liked small towns "becausethe
that dealt
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More than the of Clower, his folks are real sincere." He said
1,000 s people came from exploits !! second and
is everything else,
all over this area to pay $7 each to : and friends in his hometown that the small-town people liked himso family his comes after that.
hear Clower perform his distinctly Yazoo City, Miss., and all over the much because they knew he would even career
southern brand of comedy. The two
performances were recorded as ,
Clower's 13th MCA album to be ': : ';:jj : 'j'
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cheered their agreement. Clower told 3.
them about his "Uncle Purvis Ledbetter" -
who went into a big bank to conduct '7tt RENT.A.MOVIE FEB DAY
some business. nrr FOR YOUR FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT

Uncle Purvis spoke to a teller, who ...&:IIREATHLISS -1'aE
gestured over toward the office area.
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then went over to talk to the man In Mopping and waxing hardwood
the three-piece suit behind the Impressive M'v floors is not'' a very glamorous
desk. Uncle Purvis told the r' : job. Also, not the easiest job in
man he wanted to take out a loan.The ; i'r
world. Just ask house-
banker asked what he had for col the any
lateral. Uncle Purvis replied that he r fir. wife,or maintenance man.
.had a $10,000 bond. ',jt Now is the time to cover up all
The banker said he would lend Uncle i .. that work by Installing easy-to-
Purvis any amount he wanted up riPls maintain carpet in your home.
to$10,000. Uncle Purvis said "Fine, 1 Today's carpets are made of
want to borrow $1 for one year." The MST,.,,D, 0 long-wearing fibers which are
banker was shocked and said that he highly resistant to staining and
couldn't loan anyone $1, it was v, .. a At soiling. Regular vacuuming and
against bank policy. "Then you just
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amount up to $10,000," said Uncle carpet looking new.
Purvis. We have the latest styles and
The banker had to admit that he colors 'in carpets. Come in and
had said that and he said, "All right, browse we know that selecting
Jerry carpet is a time-consuming pro-
Over 1.000 more titles available cess. We will be glad to show you
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by Cana Schmidt by Peg Trimble, and Den 4, led by
Jean Bula visited the Sheriff's office Winn ; Quantity
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Welcome New Scoutmaster.. 'on Jan. 12. Sheriff Dolph Reddish was an o The. .:.
kind enough to lock the boys in a cell USDA Choke Alphts I \

'. Scoutmaster Welcome to JUTroopao Jerry" ,Thompson.: scoots, new t, .*and,.I."i take(. .their' fingerprints.,' MH:. .M *' .,,' ", ... ,I." .'..::1"rHa ....-.'JUt.I I "s l'Jci1" t ,;,..
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Street Recreation Center, under the The
den meeting. Thank you, Paul West 5r'o \' '
Starke water tower. They have a Star
d day scheduled for Saturday, and Scotty Taylor. Cub Michael Ho- tiest OPEN t'4'\'
clean-up wie to his heart read-out, and ; 8.7 Mon. Sel.. :
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Feb. 18, at the Scout Hut. Any boys 11 '
; Road Food Welcomed
Evan Douglas had the pleasure of 105 Edwards stampsstark" Store \
years joining old and should up contact who are Mr.interestedin Thompson having safety pants (designed to im ficult; ; L. .
mobilize) inflated him.
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p.m. at the Scout Hut. Smith ;

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master John Schmidt, had'a very Pack 73 held their annual
busy month in January.Tweetynine father-son cake baking contest at sons You Pay More For Meat?,
awards were their monthly pack meeting Jan. 23. were
presented to 15 different cubs at the "I
monthly pack meeting. The first ,i
award was given to Brian Jones who r ra rrrrr FRESH. CHOPPED USDA CHOICE BONELESS BEEF
earned his Bobcat Badge. Jason Wel- TKi SO : .i"
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earning their Bear Badge were Leslie I vTFUESH" $ -179 :
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Elderfield Josh Bula, and Jeremy

Trimble.Jeremy also received a gold I HOME HEALTH : Steak. . . . ... Roast . ... ,lb. 1 :i
and silver arrow point with his Bear I II
Badge .150-A W. Call Street BONELESS :
The eldest boys in Pack 73, the
Webrlos really worked hard turningout I Ground 9 Boiled
many awards. Those earning st.\'VS 964- $12
their Forestry activity badge were: I Beef 89
Anthony Wood Jason Morin, Michael I . . . ,Ib. Ham. sNtedFn ee'h to. }
Becker, Scott Durban, Brian Canova, TENDER & JUICY I
Eric Brown, Mike Tierney, Richard I President's BONELESS, LEAN'
Rasnick, Colby Smith, and Bryan I T-Bone "' j
King. Those earning their Artist activity $' 7 99 Beef $ -1 "79
badge were: Anthony Wood I ALL SUPPORTS & >\ '1
Jason Morin Michael Becker, Scott ''Steak..1 I Stew 1
< Durban, and Brian Canova. I . . .,.Ib. ,

Kinau, Mike, and Tierney Scott Durban earned his his Scholar Sport I An Additional 1 10 % c FRESH 1/2 SLICED SMOKED .

activity badge.We I Pork '
are all proud of their Picnic $ -1 ::09 -
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achievements and the. should I
boys
also be proud.Any boys, age 8,9 or 10, Free Delivery & Set Up I Rib._ Tips . ... .lb. Ham ? .'. .'. ft:: 1 .a

who Cub Scouts are interested Trail should in following contact.Cub-the I 7 Days A Week FLOM0A. ,PREMIUM I PftYEft. USOA C OtCE i

master John Schmidt. We Bill Medicare & S '
Theme... Leg 0 Beef CUI.Wapped, 3'9', ''t
January I .
Complete Line of Supports" & Braces | 58 labeled..nd Frozen $1' .
The January Cub Scout Theme was as s rrrr s s Quarters Sides t
centered around survival. Den 6,led :.', .. . . Ib. .". 250-300lb.ivg... .\

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Legion Auxiliary "' AT 2.3 to.. Chuck Roast' :.2.3; Ib..,Slab Pork(:Ribs:, '. .j

C To Hold Initiation ,2 Skloin Steaks. 10 Pork Chops t' ": :: '
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Keystone-Melroae Unit 1202 of the 2.1 lb. T-Bone Steaks ,,10-4 '
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in Initiation Ceremony for new Beef' ," .
4.1ib. Ground 2-1Ib' : .
members on Thursday, Feb. 16. Beef Stew ; : "I :
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highlighting Americanism month for EVERYONE :f 2 3 Ibs. "
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the Auxiliary, and will be held Immediately :",Sausage 'N 1'\ "

i following the ,monthly' .Bedu,- : ; ; '10 Pork Chops ,2 Ham''steakt ', '
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covered dish dinner, which will beserved : \ '
at 7:30: p.m. ; '10 Veal.!. #
;- Breaded.. 10. Chicken-Beef PatBese!
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Other'activities A' 'program thin month presented have Included to- p Over'';JW.6 \ J'f"?'' ? :10. Fish. Fits 1.; ..' ; ." .':,.Z-1' ).1b'Hot: '' "t h""p.\, ...... .": a"..> r rlc !;,

Melrose Community School students II 'f .d1. T"TAl. OR R" : ,r. ', JOT L ," / .
t on Flag Etiquette,on-'Americanism \ : ; .. f : ) :, ....;,. ,( \ ;
Essay Contest, and a Workshop, on. ,' ",.'iI'; ''. '\ t ".', _' ''rot", r
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s the popular exercise classes in both I Ij ,
,Union County and in Starke G j
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class,"saysJeannine. "Peo Ie we've r
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have been very enthusiastic about the
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program. It's a fun way to work out. _
,1 We, combine stretching, jogging and,
dancing In a program'' tf) create.
healthy, beautifull bodies."
F "The activities put demands on the wt4
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r' the heartbeat which we monitor after
I an average 200 minute workout. '
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) .cises' before the aerobic dancing,"
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I ? strengthen: areas of the.body, that the L D, I'' e Net9hisrs '
; ';:dan lng'has a tendency to miss." Offered through 'the 'Community another class in Starke pn, Tuesdaysat au t ,
.,1 jv"We: always bring each class to a Education at room.137 in the Union the St. Marks Episcopal Church on stat\te.\
(.' K close with a cool-down to bring the County High School on' Mondays and Church Street. Anyone interested, : US301 '
\t heart rate back down to normal. Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. to 5:30: p.m should ,call'' Tom -or Jeannine ,at Butter\ '
:' Jeannine's classes are now being The' Rymers are also ;Starting 964-5078 .490-2045 in Lake! Butler. Lake AND Manville" :" ,
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1\\ equipment this time but striding confidently they let her come home after only a, ': :'
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.1 ."'f '{<, ,12-year-old Cindy( McDaniel a< ,instead beside her mother as \ '
lawtey. elementary school studentwho she departed from a regular commercial Cindy, will have to'return to the Institute -, 1 I ,
was burned over 70 percent of her flight from the Institute. approximately once'' every; ; That's what i : TO CUT
body in an accident In December has Cindy started.( school at Lawtey month for checkups and will have to' bags of Manville Gold''I I / ,
\ '' Elementary.Monday, whereiwearing: receive special care while at home. fiber ''Insulation are.Save to : '
I / come back home after an, amazieg"recovery '. j glass' up ; ,
She will have,to bathed In a special '
a ski-mask over her still healing face SUMMER
,. twice each and have ban- J $20"ifyoubuy.duringt: special YOUR
day heir ,
Cindy was severely burned in an accident ,- and neck, she was greeted ,enthusiastically ? way [ ,
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.. :;I involving a wood stove and was by her classmates, who dages Changed. Her mother,' : offer. See store display .! .
had sent her cards and,.tape recor. Madeline, has already received train '
transported out to the Shriner's Burn f '
BILL
,' Institute In Galveston, Texas where dings with get well, messages,: ,'while ing out at the,Institute in the proper'' torcompletedetails. /. ENERGY ,
"' she stayed for a period of four weeks.. she, was in Galveston. way,accomplish this task., !
.' 'Cin y.and her mom will stay at'a
The contrast between Cindy's Sandra N rma'n, a Starke resident trailer while father James'' finishes,, AND SAVE
departure and arrival from the who is' a friend of the McDaniel\ fami rebuilding the home that was partial- : ,
i '. Gainesville Airport was dramatic.' ly, talked to the doctors in Galvestonand ly destroyed in the fire. 4 ,;
MONEY
,;'. When she left, she was covered with said they'were* s ,"amazed"' at het Cindy can move around well and Ia.in ,o;t
,1 .1 bandages which covered the upper rapid. progress? ,good} spirits, Mrs. ..Norman.' ,,' y .
,-half of body completely and had to fee "'They'slid\ )bar recover was better reported. 1. <[ .1\ =R.19 = I '
sustained with life support equipment than they ever hoped rorl'*! Mrs. Nor Meanwhile Cindy's biggest friends ,. .- ALSO! L
.. in the specially equipped, private Jet man'said. "They.originally!.thought the Shrlners.' stand ready, as' is their'' < "', '11' ',: "I. n'. '" ) I'd I .
theShriner's hired to take hero ,she was going to have to be out at the tradition, to help Cindy.and her fami.ly -< i .:!; ,, ; < I. ', "
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,"Texas. : institute, for'three, to, three,. -apd.! a'half. again. her" recovery continues./. ./ t' Alsoavaltable In: R-25" R-30, R-38., ", ''}.., \" .''t.r.". f,''. 'I <':' 1",
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: comes >, '" 1 ASK'A:I 'N Y OF. OUR ': .', '/. '. .;V'I:> .

Chris Wilson, who hafbeen: seen in every, Bradford, ship of"ihe Woman's Club of Starke and debut Friday \ (..', '
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Community Player production since "South Pacific", Feb. 24'with dinner to be served at,8 p.m.,'followed' by ; .SALESPEOPLEABOUT ,.' '
will portray "Meg Brockle". The-role of"frank"will be the, musical at 8 p.m. .- tv .. .
played by Raymond McAllister: The dinner theatre will be repeated.on,. Saturday, Feb. '!. :"
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'Singing and dancing in the production'will be: ,Loris, '25 and on Thursday Friday and Saturday March 1-3. ,; ; THE FINE ,: .
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""Clark, Julie Wise, Lorie McKinney, John Tinsley. D.". Tickets for these performances are $12 each and"ad..>
;', RiddioV; Bobby Frampton, Pattie Connelly; Carol Bar vance reservation\; Tecommended.; rr
.t' nouskcs, Claire Burpetti and Ruth Riddick: ', Of particular interest is the!Sunday matinee, to' be! J A"YI.L(;; J Lfl SULATi.QtA ;: "
.' Tho&4 all-important technical details like lighting andt beld'on .Feft 26 at 2.D.rn.iTicket8.orsqnlorcitlzenS( 60J d'I'H Ht" "
4 special effects ajft 1 bv.TPaffiLCarter'' ,David years of. ag or older are $3TO.antt: ; | hereV admission] tie 4"' r.i a "' .+b) 95,.,, 9
,..;.,.." a ';manage P ''d Ol// '" ...13" elf beht.ha8, iF!i1'OtJ; ?oJ:? ,,Q(>.1 j'''O..mat ck'e '':r -fc --- *-"""i-A trem'AC1edaMhh'Ickets 1 \ t .. 'r lIF,;, ti i bO bL ;BE ; : :

The muscians Brigadoon" are'Kristy-Johns ont i I
"t': ,-t organ;; Daniel Martin on piano and Jim Perronto will tor; all performaneesjare'at{ premium;:. so ''G .ADr'YOU: DID.JACKSON ; ; ; .
f play arums, ; please contact Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs, WH.Thomson, .
f;'. "Brigadoon" will be'presented as a dinner theatre by or the Chamber of Commerce office early td make. your'reservations. ,
i' the Bradford Community Players. under the sponsor- t ,



) I ", ;.:' KH[ Legion- Members Teach' Students, : Flag: : Care I BUILDING, SUPPLY.

> t Fifth grade students at Melrose have had a need for. We /are so pleased U1)derway't.o\present\ the program for I ,Lake Butler US 301 S. Starke Keystone Heights
this and also other schools ?
'I,. Community School were recipients of that the Auxiliary presented other grades; ? t
's a special treat Friday, as members of program.. hope: ,they can hold it for in the area, .- S.W.: 6th :Avenue 964-6078 Jet SR:'21 & 100
: Unit 202, the other grades this year especially the
s: r the Keystone-Melrose '
,'t'. American Legion Auxiliary fourth, as they' will be the ones next Miss Pam Pease is the other fifth '496-3079 Quantities,, Limited 473-4973
teacher at Melrose and Mrs. I
I distributed booklets on Flag Etiquette year:putting.up and taking down the'school grade
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," Wertman is a Ifome-School Specialistwith
flag each day
and Proper
presented a program.on
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Care and Display of the American Mrs Wertman' said plans 'were the Putnam CountySchools. '. "

Flag.
i Mrs WilmaJean Terry,

'''>. A i 4 and Secretary Americanism Mrs,, and Diane Chairman a District Wertman and for'the Area, Unit Unit Officer -, Take the, :Short Drive ,to LakeChev; ,, Olds" rl.

'/ >- conducted the program. They 1
,\ ''discussed the flag code with! ., the and : L- Wb
4 students and held'a I question and you'lIfind: out why so 'many. people.
answer ,period,, for' the .students, ; .
/t!>, followed by a demonstration and \ QUALITYUSED
discussion of proper folding and raising '!- there. The prices are low low I I .

, ,,' 'M' .Mrs.of the Jane flag Dooley, fifth grade' I .uy' ,' '.' qw. CARS & TRUCKS

;!;, teacher,;said! "This issomethirut.wei Our overhead is low & Wer the to': : PlikrUPH" '
,\ ,', : : pass savings: you 83, S-10 Chevettes ;,
j-i;\ New guidelines for ',' "
S10 t 1 negency,98 3272A.V6ACIStere7688ATAC.AM.FMRadio
'. J f'' SREC Weath rtxatlon r .'t. : .. 988

: :. ;$;'. Program ,announced Pick Up Coupe '83' Firebirds 82 Ford F100

The Suwannee River Economic.' $12635' t. ',*285 ATPAG," AT. PS, PB Stereo
: would like to announce, 1MFMRodio1OO
Inc., 7688
I t'.', ,' that the Weatherlzation'Program la, ( 3 to > ,f 7,000. miles . .
:'::'::1!:;' ,w'Mon111 ', "
MonthCitation ,
now taking applications. 30 3 "", "t 82 Olds'Toronado 82 Corvette :
V The Weatherlzation Program provides -' t '
CutlassSupreme
materials and labor at no cost to VSond Loaded "Mops and All PpWer
V I -' the reclepients to make the home as, 4: Dr.HSGLPkg: .. Coupe! Low Miles -4i3)i9A 13,'000 miles

."> 'i weather proof as funds will permit. ,,, '\_. ) . . .IB ,,,35n' & nice . ., 15'988
: Priorities are given to the.elderly o 1 '$20400,1 $22506Month .
\ and those with lowest Incomes and/or'. : 300$ I' 82 Buick Regal, 82 Pont T-1000

-'I' ,' trailer WeatheriZation title will be can accepted: 1 f1 I ,3310 1 : a Month ', 1 k ;> AT; Tilt-Cruise:: ,! window** 4 Q Q 4 speed, AC, a nice 4 "7 Q Q

t i' 1. Repair/replace windowsdoors, Monte Carlo4 F Cutlass. Replbeoutyj3295A. car, 9000 miles . / OO.
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'f! .f glass in same"Z;-Storm doors 82 98 82Datsun
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&; .3. Seal and for caulk cracks : ,, SSModel. I \ Supreme 4 Driorvette ,, ,
t* ;f 4. Patch holes In'floors;ceilings' -;ex- :: ', : Brougham q IPP10.788ktng.cab4)(4, V424A 6488
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./I alrUction If you Would.benefit ifrom'thls' .PHK'' Sport Coupe : ., ,$27888',"'. "AT AC SuVrcof,:sterellfibaik g88ATACPs.Slereo C *4 O Q

gram and think-you might 'd',ualuyi a'.' '$18g." "''r .&,Month, &''h'!=el3273AU U lOO81CelicaGT .
at 'the '
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by'our
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}4 t t.' Building 853 S.W.6th Avenue, 1 take 4 Dr,5 Sp AC Stereo, .Sterner: AC PS PB C JC Q O
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Injury In Cauthen would no longer own or work Bond for the charge was set (<[$200. Gene ll.and Emmie K. Adams sold ,
at that other a' parcel. of land in lakeside to C, T,
nursery or any nursery Brook?was released after he posted a '
Melrose Accident where he would work with children Cash bond. s *nd'M>\ M.' Alfew' for$50.000./ ,. '
A 30-year-old Melrose man received forever according to Assistant State Dorothy I'atel Bennett of l awtey Denni..lv., 'Farm ley sold an aele of NQWQPEN.. '. .
minor lacerations when his vehicle, Attorney Brian Kelly was arrested February 13 and charged land on Fomythe road to Wayne M.
was totaled In a one car accident Cauthen is awaiting sentencing on a with driving while intoxicated, according and Yvonne! M; Norman for I.HOO. Melrose's Country Kitchen
February 13. Federal drug charge of possession of to Trooper Peseta. John and l.ee Sanders Hold a parcel
Wayne A. Thomas, driving a 1978 four ounces of cocaine in an arrest Bond was set at$JOO for the charge, of land on SIt.1fJ4r1louth in Starke, the '
Mercery, was northbound oa SR-21 last November 4 In Gainesville. Bennett was released after surety property of WPXK lladio. t* Ben Formerly Sunrise Cafe
early Monday morning north of Cauthen pled guilty to the charge, according bond was posted. jamin F. and .Huth Oickerson for Robert, Vaughn
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Griner
Sue
Melrose. Thomas' vehicle ran off the to the combined narcotics $93,000.
road and struck a culvert crossed unit, but no sentencing day has. been' Bradford Land Sales Home of the "
over to the west side of the roadway set. Bradford Rescue
the Past Week
and struck another culvert In a A mistrial was declared in the trial During Answers 74 Calls
driveway, according to Trooper J II of Cauthen's co-defendants in the Land sales during the week of Hot Apple DumplingS
Horler. case, the trial has not been rescheduled February 6 in Bradford County included Bradford County Rescue Unit .
Thomas was taken to Alachua according to the Federal clerk's the following transactions. responded to 74 calls during the of the House .... ....:..+ .
General Hospital. office in Tallahassee May del le T. Bobenhousen sold five month of January according to .'". mf; '. '
According to Horler the Mercury acre of land in Woodlawn to I.orene Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman., '":$. V./'t. ?."_'f..r{;,4V. "
was totaled and the driver was cited in Wilkinson for $:$,0"). 55 of the calls required transporting ,. -. ..-r. .
for careless driving and Improper Suspect Charged W..C. and Mary H. Emery sold lot 60 patients. 19 calls did. not require. If ) ,\,, '.' .. t.lt1': ,
tag: Lake Butler Burglary 11 of Geneva Creek to Doyle E. and transportation. Homemade. ( I'; ; /. 1"I"
Mildred B. Hardin for $12,600. :31 patients were taken lo Bradford -: I .,
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A 20-year-old Gainesville man was'arrested .. I
Clyde Cone sold a parcel of land on Hospital, five toNorth Florida oup ..".. ". ... 1 I" ,:. .
Juvenile Arrested Wednesday for the \
burglary
CK-2IU: at Dedan Church to the Dedan Regional, ten to Alachua General, one < .- I
In Keystone Ileigts of a Lake Butler home last August. Church Cemetery Association for to the VA. five patients were taken toShands & /i. Y. I --I ','
Andrew M. Bates of 3001 NE 14th $3,000.B. two to the Reception and' :L :.J... ....._:. ..v--; ',":, .
A 17-year-old Keystone Heights Street was charged with burglary and sold land Medical Center and one was taken to Chili >':" '
T. Thomas a parcel oC ,- .J.p.
arrested Sunday and grand theft,according to Union County ..fI :- : ',-' _" :
was .
juvenile in block 3 of K. W. Hayes subdivision Union General Hospital,. <.s., r. .=... ) '.''
mischief, Deputy Cochran. He said .fZ. :
charged with criminal Larry to Debra L. Lewis for$57,500. :/ Five runs were handled by the Dally --I-_. --..- .
firearms and
jewelry
resisting arrest with violence and bat were taken Joe Williams sold lots 2 andS: of Nat back-up unit ( Rescue B2)) The back
tery of a law enforcement officer. from the residence of James Tynan. Williams subdivision to Ernestine up unit also assisted Rescue KO twice [Open 5 am to 9 pm 7 Days A Week j jLunch I
from Clay Some of the firearms
According to the report were recovered Thompins for $3,000. and Rescue 75 once.
County Sheriff's Department's Cap said Cochran Steven L. and Sylvia F. Kroll sold'a The majority of the calls 23.: were Special Dally
tain Scott Lancaster, the subject was Bond for the charge was set at of land on US-301 south of to people with some type of illness.
approached along with a number of 30,000, Bates was released after a Starke parcel to Vopel Leon and Velma A. Eight calls were to patients with For Good .Food Every time Come toMELROSE'S
youths down at the Keystone Beach surety bond was posted Walkins for $12,500. respiratory 'problems, and nine calls
and were given trespass warnings. Keystone Developers of Bradford, were to cardiac patients. COUNTRY KITCHEN,
advised that this
The report one Inc. sold a parcel of land near The number for emergency service
juvenile became disorderly, at which Starke Man Arrested ; in Bradford County is %4-Kltil. Melrose
time Deputy Ralph Jones placed the Paradise take to Hoy B. and Lucille SR 26 475-1214
youth under arrest and put him in the Pleds Guilty to Charge M. Ellis for $11,000. ,

patrol car. The report further stated A 27-year-old Starke man arrested
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that the youth kicked out the rear win '
February 12 for disorderly intoxIcated
dow Officer of the Leroy patrol car.Ennis arrived to pled. guilty at his first" appearance

second assist restrained Jones'patrol the' and youth car the for put two transport him officers in the to $59.25 Pierce Kenneth Monday Gregory by Judge Morgan George was fined II. Lake Butler Farm Center, Inc


Green placed Cove in the Springs.custody The of juvenile HRS was and Sammy Morgan Eunice.was arrested by Deputy ((904)) 496-3921 after 8 pm ((904) 964-6534 Hwy. 121 S., Lake Butler .

Jacksonville.The taken to the. detention center in ",s "'\)OUceS Open Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30 Saturday 7:3012 Noon '

to be arraigned \
youth was
before Clay Conty Judge William Traffic Violations nua"\\\1 Ralph Hazen Butch Faulkner .Travis Hattaway "

Wilkes on Monday. In Bradford County

Only three people were arrested in Come See Us For.Your Fencing Needs: ,46" Chain Link Gates
Melrose Man Charged Bradford County for traffic violations : Many Styles to Choose From
With Child Abuse during the past week according to 47"10.12YzgaugeFleldFence-59.25perroli 4 foot -'26.10each : "
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local authorities. They were as >
Wolverine Bootshom3900
6 foot 33.50
child abuse a follows; 39" "
The charge against 10'12'/2 gauge'Fleld Fence 53.50 per roll.
Melrose man stemming from an Incident Carol M, Lunde 20 t>f Bradford : 8 foot 37.75each '
last September has been dropped County was arrested February 9 and r
in return for an agreement the man charged with driving while license 3" Gaucho Barbed Wire 23.75 roll 10 foot 43.60 each .
suspended according to Trooper
work children
with again.
will never
Information was filed by the state William Abrams 5" Gaucho Barbed Wire 21.00 roll 12 foot,- 47.25 each t.,' $ : !
attorney's office in Bradford County Bond for the charge was set at$200, 14 foot -<54.50 each I to. 5750pr i
after a parent charged Darius Lunde was released after- surety 5" Heavy gauge Barbed. Wire 24.00 roll
Cauthen had alledgedly beat their 2'i bond was posted. 16 foot-58.90 each 1
Curtis Randall Brooks, 26, of Brad ((12V? gauge)
year old child who was in the care of a
nursery located between Melrose and ford County was arrested February 12 34".x 16' "galvanized" Hog Panels 15.95 ea. Boot Cut & StraightlegWrangler
Keystone Heights. for driving while license suspended,
The agreement further stated according to Trooper Abrams: 52" x "galvanized" Cattle Panels -17.95 ea 25 year (Guarantee Jeans$1595palf

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10 fOOl. 35.85 each l ; 100' roll 61/2'x3y2".4".2.00ea 3 piece closed bottom .

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", ..:: Round-up Herbicide 6' corral arch gate 9000* Plastic! > '18bale' : "

82.50 gal. or 23.95 qt.| 56.20TBZ 16,000'" ,Plastic{ 19 Seed. Potatoes, '.;
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gal in 5 gal. cans ,,. Cattle Paste Wormer Round-bale.hay I r feeder 50 Ib.bag, :
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All Your Needs 6 foot 3.64 sheet f' :ticide-16.40 Argentine Bahiagrass Treated Posts *3.50

(., .7 foot. 4.26 sheet .' pint Seeds 80' .Ib. ;

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se\ecll'. l'. 14"x1p< Ridge CapAuthorized P.D.Q. Mineral.Products' *Dfst. .4 fopj15.95.; each' ; i

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- --, State; Attorney Reports 3O Felony Cases Received ,in January., ..._ _. '.._. ...._.. .. .. .. ..... H r :, 1 :t 1.1 :.L& .JH IJrI
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*During the month of January the Inmate Scottie Dale Fagan charged sentenced! to life 25 years mandatory. was revoked sentenced to one year in'l
/Nr received,.Office so of the state attorney January 11 with'battery'of a law enforcement ', .-Inmate Desmond J:; Tutson charged ,> county ailDouglas ; I' It )' Azalea & Farm,
and/or new Individual cases officer .found' guilty, with battery on a law enforcement officer Joseph Martin arrested July : ; : Blueberry\
,tion. Six felony of the defendants involved for prosecu- sentenced,to 3'/ years consecutive by January t3, 1984. pled guilty and 28 for burglary-grand theft' pled .' i Corner, of 24th Avenue South & Forsyth Road <
cases inmates Judge Sanders. sentenced to one year'consecutive.John guilty sentenced two years con- ''
*in Florida' prisons, according to InS Inmate Norman Wesley Boston A. Hawkins arrested ,eeculively to prior' Clay 'County ( Take, ttaWieat> SHth Avenue turn right.to farm

lipformat' one wererfiled charged September 7 (orJIIBItvated September for aggravated battery*,;i,f"u\charge.: "'
cases and on. 30 prior battery, possession' of ;weapon by pled guilty and was sentenced to two> ;.' Marti Mattox arrested JUn jl. for : :"OpenFriday & Saturday 8:305:00Now : ;
there were two Jury trials. state prisoner tried and tound guilty years in prison by Judge Sanders ,_;,forgery pled guilty 'placed) ort five
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and Eighteen guilty pleas were accepted,, January 26, sentenced to 13 year consecutive Manual. Milliard charged with;.j'.ij'ears. probation must- make', full ., Featuring: Blueberry Apple & Peach Trees .
ings! 'four( violations of probation hear- possession of a firearm August 1$, pied f.. restitution to Florida, Bank plus 10 'COMING SOON BUDDING PLANTS '
Were ,
heard. Floro Cobrera aggravated battery guilty and was sentenced to two percent interest and pay$150 attorney
Informations were filed on 53 new and possession, .of" a weapon by a years in jail.Jmanuel, ,fee Louisa & Debra rlfghtower and Valerie Johnson Management Team
misdeameanor cases. 12 cases were prisoner pled guilty and sentenced by :: Hampton arrested Leartis Jefferson arrested
dismissed by the state attorney and 35' Judge Crews to two years con- January 9 for secual battery proba-- /September It for burglary, placed on 9647109_ All Nature Sings of Jesusfr'ri@w
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guilty pleas were accepted. .. secutive. tion was revoked'! sentenced to 2''/2 ," two- years probation and make-
One case wall dismissed and the office Leon Charles Buckhalter chargedwith years In Department of Corrections restitution .victim..
There declined to prosecute 20 cases murder (in the first degree Rickey Floyd Newby arrested : See...
!Ita4| arraignment were 38 cases in traffic received criminal for in- -November 16, pled guilty and was September 18 for burglary, probation SA report Page .u

court. Fifteen cases were handled
Subsequent to arraignment by the
state attorney's office.
Two juvenile petitions were filed in
January. Five prior juvenile cases
I were dismissed and two guilty pleas
were accepted.
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I tion approval said Clark.
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i I .d Cases dismissed by the state at-
.torney during the month of January
\ and the reason for their dismissal are
\ as follows! : Family'

J A sworn complaint filed Dec. 9 for
grand theft was dismissed unable to ,
: I locate the victim; Centers I I

'II' ,I jLawtey Correctional Institution inmate -
I ; Raymond Leon Griffin escaped
I : ; work release November 21, improper .
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,I : Sworn complaint filed November - I '"""Charging' forgery, unable, to locate '.. ( 111II' r
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I, '" I [charging Sworn complaint forgery filed, insufficient December 23 Unison Electronic Unisonic Deluxe : White, Rock '

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, Sworn complaint filed November .. Push Button "
: charging burglary-petty theft victim '
I does not wish to prosecute. ; : SodasCream
Sworn complaint filed December 26 I"i" .
J"" 'charging aggravated assault, victim Me.moPhon. : with cassette player '; .
t does not wish to prosecute. j Soda Cola Pineapple
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James Carl Allen arrested ,, "' Model No. 6047 ,
December I for'aggravated assault,
Model No 6015X
facts do not constitute criminal of- ': Universal rotarycompatible Grape, Rootbe r
Tense, victim does not wish to pro- Universal rotary (compatible dialing ? dla ng. ,

: secute.Zell Don Mitchell Arrested'November J.O.memory auto' ,;( Hands free, Strawberry &. Orange

o 24 for criminal attempt-*! speaker "
) dialing11100 s. :
witness burglary unable to locate essential phonoggoo .$ -39

'i Carol Denise Green arrested .
"I December' 11 for \ .. ', Reg. '1.79 Sale six '
aggravated child Reg. 'M9.8S: Sale. Reg. ... pack
; abuse and affray defendant sentence ,
ed on other charges.Kimberly .. /'
Denise Cohens arrested ,',
I December 2 for throwing missile-at ..

occupied merit. vehicle lacked prosecutive; ,:.r

, I Loyal Eddie Alridge ,arrested
t', I ? September 24 for aggravated assault
1 / lacked prosecutive merit. VIDEO .
'" Bruce Alllen Barnes arrested New : Consort Turtle
November for criminal
; burglary,, .facts,1' do' not, constitute attempt- GAE- "J HAIR. Jheri Redding Wax
I criminal offense: : Affinity ,
,. Olin''*IJ. Waldnon and Otis AValdronarrpcjy 1 ,
; Space Jockey t .. o
.jyfflfffntrer_.J*; lot resisting ,: n nJW MINUTE '
arrest with vlojepce, battery of a law .r o/di7aime: ; J :J CUAUDnn'. ,.1" z.I''ft '' QAY; a R. !!. '"Mf .1"1'" _x.Reg. _

eo, ", 'mforcen "tyfdfff, victim 4.does LMi4ldisorderlhtoxication not wish to O ''''S ft. :r AtBw va 'I 1 f Oz. '''' .:: F ''R'rME '13 ...,_ ,' 'W'A X"' !,

: prosecute, 32 fl. oz. Reg. '2.99 M.27.
John Andrew Shipp'' arrested 1 fleg.1.56 .

I. victim decmeber'9 does not for wish aggravated to prosecute.assault, $4d. 96. $1.9'7' T $ : 5

November Shirley 10' Ann for aggravated Moore ''arrested battery, H 1.00s 2. 00 S3.00Swift

victim does not wish to prosecute.
Willie 'James Harris arrested

December 25 for arson lacks pro .'
secutive merit.

Ebbie D. McKinley arrested .,
September 0 for possession of mark "
Zi,! juana insufficient evidence. as to this
defendantS Jojoba
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David Robin Carter arrested TOY A "
1 August 30 for grand theft, insufficient SUPERIORFLOWER Farms; rylicJ:1tex ', ,
evidence
:a Jj 1W C< Loper and co-defendant Leon : :' RemoisturizlngJojoha House LatexWMiSKE.: Plant
t .. Buckhalter charged November 21 I \t.
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Acrylic
i >. with conspiracy to commit arson instifficent : ; Food

; fa ft Inmates evidence Terrell as M.to Loper Thompson : SKIN |p Wall# Paint BARRELS 8-8-850th. avg.

1 Ernest Johnson and Andrew L: '
! '" Height charged September 15 with agE ,BULBS 2 Gallon Can For l'awfi'dt Garden
gravated battery dismissed due to insufficient LOTION I White
HI-Hidlng Only 5.97
I'H evidence. t<", "
l Harold O.Little charged October 31 *. "
," n for worthless check,.made restitution goo J 4.67
and paid court costs.: ; 99 : $500 .
Katie Mae Gilbert .arrested 12. fl. ''oz ::8eg..7"
September 25, 1982 for introduction of
contraband, into state prison com-
pleted pre-trial intervention (PTI)
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j program. I
',frank,Pendarvis arrested'April 10 ,, ',' '
for grand theft and resisting arrest ," .. q ':*.'.
\ without violence, victim does' not ivistd !;f( .{ife; ;

I prosecute '. .. '.. $'fs \
| Helen Motfneyharn charged '
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December 8 with Issuing worthless "

I 'I check restitution made. and. paid ,;..: .,. <"Ad'ho''dih'rijsUndaY. ,;*. ,
2 court costs. Ilpma52" CCeiling # i \, ;
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Jack Page- charged by statestorney ,, ,;'; '.. ". : ''
.. May 9 with forgery insufficent! /' H'
l evidence as to this defendant ; : '. ; ,jf Fobiuary'19.
Mary Sayler charged December"with 8'' Fail n 2 liters
issuing worthless check,,,made, \ : ;
; restitution and paid court cost. .
" Gary,'Trawick [Charged-with ag Beversiblerotauoh J i.,., All Flavors
\ gravated battery!:September 7, ; "d" I ,
dismissed lacked prosecutive merit 3'speed pull chain control
Granver Harris arrested August 7 .
M burglary-grand theft,'insufficient with light kityeatr '. -. .
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evidence. : _" .,' '
Alice S. Esponisa charged by state t with coupon
...attorney'';'November121 with issuing ) .. limited Warranty fC> ,.".,:" ,,r; '
worthless check,made restitution. ; 'k ,' isB 1 ,Bottte Per Coupw I
at 'Gary L. Burch arrested September 6
30'charged with battery of law enforcement -' 79 .. : .
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t John Davenport'a Wo known as
, Thai Stroman arrested June/ .2H for?' f' : "'.. 'Io\t.! I : ,. ., I. .. {.,
grand ,theft,:prosecuted: ,Jn another'
jurisdiction. .; ..
Allan Espontto charged November
28 with issuing worthless check: ,{made iMI
Lower
restitution.- ". ter ,
," Inmate Mark tVDeFriest charged

{weapon November by'prisoner, with/defendant possession used of, S Qu lity! Prices!

as state witness request of defending
agency' "I' r
John Roland ''LtdteJanlt-1 ..m.r'r. i t 'Cent fdasterCardapilVli'aacapt''
!James StoHing arrested March 7 for r n ; %
weoiwn. whUe "'IVroin! criminal of a, s '1 rt+cw aau" d u 1. ,a .. ,

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By Marcia GoodeeJCT the cable companies In Lake Butler, replacing :.teachers. Suitings,;isaidi
\ Staff Macclenny and Trenton has "No way,We'H'need more instructed
You come home from a hard day at cooperated to the fullest extent. The in the future. This! won't ',replace
work, kick off your shoes, change Into classes are being broadcast on cable teachers,. just restructure ;education
your pajamas and slippers fix up a channel in Lake Butler. methods." ,'.,
bowl of popcorn or chips and a drink, Parnell said that they will soon Other future plans I Include increasing
relax in your recliner and turn on the. have the ability to broadcast programs the nunl; r of braodcast Channels
TV. What do you watch? Little House live from the Performing Arts from one to four. The college)broadcasts
on the Prarie? Magnum P.I.I Love % 1 Center. They.will also soon be able to on one certain, channel but fa
Lucy reruns? Nope, tonight it's '' r. broadcast classes live from the received on several cable channels
General Psychology I. studio,or tape them in the studio and like channel 26 In Lake Butler channel -
Seeing you sitting there, relaxingand ,, "' I broadcast them later. 22 In Lake City and channel. 9 in
watching TV, no one would ever fy Y Macclenny.It. .
guess that you are attending a courseat i Stallings says that they will soon be is something one program beIng *
Lake City Community College thatIs capable of one very necessary func- broadcast by NBC that 5 pickedup
necessary for your Associate tion of an instructor,answering ques- in various parts of the country on
Degree, but such a scene is certainly I tions, with a telephone hookup that' different receiving channels. For example -
possible in the Lake Butler area right rr 1 1S 1v 7 will allow cable students to call the instructor the "A Team": might be
now and will be possible over a much at certain times in the broad- broadcast on one particular station by
larger area in the near future. cast with any questions they may NBC,but to receive it you might have
LCCC began this program because, When to turn the dial to channel 23 b\DaUas
"We can reach people who don't wantto 55__ asked if he foresaw TV or channel. in New York
come to campus on a regular
basis," says Dean Walter Parnell, 4y
who supervises the television project
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and learning resources. \ : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Parnell says that a lot of people ,
would like to further their education
and get a college degree, but they 4 CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC'S
don't want to or can't come to campusas !'
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method requires. Students still haveto ( I
to for tests lab .. I
come campus or :
work, but they can attend the lectures : r S :. ". I I
In the comfort of their own home. L :
The cable project is in the : ,- ,
developmental stages at the moment
with only four classes being offeredthis A New Method of Education... BACK PAIN Byfll H *'WHIPLASH ,.
semester. General Biology, Introduction (BACKACHE) R H (AUTO INJURIES)
to Business, General (L-R) Tom Stallings controls the camera while John the work In conjunction with the cable television project NECK PAIN f HH H .* NUMBNESS OR PAIN
Psychology I, and Sociology are being Davis Dean of Industrial and Career Education at college has started. SHOULDER PAIN i Hl H IN ARMS OR HANDS
offered on the college's cable channelin LCCC- shows visitors how the production studio will HEADACHES Kfl HHHH .- ON THE JOB INJURIES
the Lake City-Lake Butler area. (MIGRAINE) W BBrn! WORKERS COMP
Cable subscribers In this area can HK' ,
now attend college-credit classes controls transmission of the Parnell says they have had ex- companies in getting this project go- f r ;
classes. cellent cooperation from the cable ing. Clearview Cable TV, which
without driving all the way to Lake Ci When operating correctly owns M. LOUMCTTI RICHARDSON:
ty. The college plans to install a this machine can transmit programs \
repeater transmitter that will give 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. It srs s. MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY. ,
them the capability of reaching any stores the tapes of the programs and PINEHURST
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border to the Gulf of Mexico. This machine will make constant Grocery & Variety Store "TIle Dee" II Ts ssmw WIIIM,). IIIdIcIaI,
Receiving credit for the cable manual supervision unnecessary and OPEN 7 a.m. .9 p.m. Jr' COMPANY But Wl Mtmt Ms Prttnts to TIll CM M TIll HUBMtarn
classes still costs the same as atten- make it possible for more classes to "
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ding them, about $18 per semester be transmitted easily. "it's a fan BUSCH 499 .
hour but the real advantage lies in tastic piece of equipment," said Tom Beer OPIT I DISTRIBUTORSOF T. EOSON
the time and gasoline saved by not Stallings, director of the A-V department .LC.n.
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more easily. programs:
The classes are transmitted at sources as well: says Parnell, "We '25.95 ,
various times from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. are looking forward to taking some
and even on weekend afternoons. foreign language programs off of $2095
LCCC is other educational programs" and
I presently having some problems I
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LRM Staff Writer and repented it to the area added \ ;,1' A central heaU conditionIng purchased in 1965; from Hollfci. V. Started to defray costs when building
happy bsoJutely no other useful congregation their names were not At the time the choir rail cdidof system was = 1968 and>a Knight and Ms wife Joyce. The two begins.
an life, except (heChristian removed from the rolls of the church posts! and green curtains tq dropped ceiling Installed to acre site where the new sanctuary as pastor of Hope BaptistChurch
We," wrote former pester of Hope and shunned by membership. a member of the church, : ''" i accommodate the systems ducts.: stands was purchacmd in 1968 fromMrs Rev. Eustis L. (Brad)
Baptist Church, the late Rev. Merle The first additionthe to the church was The pulpit} pulpit chairs arid: The windows of the sanctuary were Virginia Kelly. Bradley formerly of Jacksonville.< Packahm. He went on to quote the Blble made some time in the 1920's forming munion table was donated toijn 1 Installed by Trlest Construction Company The church was deeded the old Born and raised In Baker County,
declaring, "they rest from their the first part of the"'1'" on the now old church by Mrs Geneva,Mersey' ; flat'husband JanlelHail.\ were designed by Christian Cemetery by the dependants Bradley was called to the ministry approximately -
labors but Jtheir works do follow church. No exact dates of the first 100 Clyde Hersey andm( Mrs. Mrs Rose jwaory of the sole surviving Christian 12 years ago after which
them." years are available for the records planted the shrubbery standing donated the cost of paneling the choir Church trustees in 1070. A small he attended and graduated from the
The works members dealing with that period were stolen around the old church 'jj; area, and carpeting.was donated by parcel (1/55 of an acre) was deeded to Baptist Bible Institute In GraceviUe
Hope Baptist Churl who after the and never recovered. Four Sunday school rooms* were; Mrs. Linsin. The organ in the sanctuary : the church in 1911 by Mr. and Mrs. 1. Florida with a Theological Diploma,
church was organized on January IS There were shelves along the walls; sectioned off\inside the building:'unf" was given to the church by Mr. V. Moore to correct are error In pro- Very optimistic about the new year
187S, "struck hands" and made which held kerosene lamps to provide painted and unfinished with bare, and Mrs. Earl Batten in 1966. pert lines. and all the growth Urn church: Is going
covenant to live together In Christian light. Mrs. Delaney Fisher sheetrock on one side of the partition''. Over'the years additional property A contract was awarded in the to go through. Rev. Bradley Is eager
love, still live on In the small com remembered vividly that there were until,the late.1950's. was acquired besides the one acre amount of$149,408! to Triest Construetlon for the challenge of making Hope
munity of Theresa and surrounding six lamps on the walls and two large .In 1956' the four Sunday school' deeded to the church by Mr. and Mrs. Company Inc., of Keystone Church become a ministering stationto
areas. lamps located on the communion rooms, ladies restroom, covered': J. Phillips in 1889.\ .churchpur, Heights on September 29. 1976 for the everyone, no matter who they are,
The organizational' meeting for a table. She recalls the number of walkway and connecting walkway chased the one acre cemetery plot on .construction of the now existing sanctuary who are in need of the Holy Spirit.
church was held in a log house, lamps Well because the use to clean were built. The men of the church did the west side of the church from W. S. near SR-100. Groundbreaking
situated land located between the them for the services. the construction with most of thq d Sibley and one acre (in the area of the was held October S, 1976. just a few Sharing In-.many of the pastor's
now existing church and SR-100 Electric lights were installed in the materials being donated.'The pair ''power line. ) from Mr and ;Mrs D, E. weeks prior to the church's 100th duties is his wife Marilyn who does
belonging to Mr. and Mrs. John late 1940's with the first lights being double doors on the north side of Knight. : Homecoming celebration. Cleveland her share and more. They have two

Phillips. Ten years later when the single bulbs'with shades and- pull sanctuary, ,. .were added, to, connect, I The one acre where'the pumphouse Sullivan dug the first shovel of dirt. children Douglas Lane; age 15',and
members were ready the Phillips .' % '. ". -,1'1',;:, .1 A new tw -,tory building is proposed Tanya Michelle who is 11.
donated land near the log house to u'Ci t .:" for the near future which' will
begin building a church. ," thj''' . ,. house 18 classrooms and will adjoin Serving with Rev. Bradley. assistant
Sixty four members were enrolled' '; 'J', the present church. A building cost of pastor, and also In charge of the
by the church ., \ :'S" <.approximately $100,000 is projected. Youth Program is David Weyand.JPtre&enta .
between' the date of its ,_ ".'i'':' a 'v': .,., : ',\ :\ J Yr.. :,11.
organization and the next monthly. ), "" ''IW,' <' ,,1.1 '\ "' ..1 ,.'r'., """"f'. .,.,
business Leonard meeting.Warren Klckliter first :, '. 'n" :.. I ", .,'. .':.:' "t.\. .,. CLlJIJ' 25''

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pastor of Hope Baptist Church was I "

ordained to the ministry in 1871 and :, .' .1. :; ...
served 27 different churches in Brad. ." ,. {' :.; I1
ford and adjoining counties. He was .'-1 I', "
TheWildCr
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pastor of Hope at Intervals \. ; .,'
over a "!! ;/ ,: ,fit s.1'l:9 ? '

the great-grandfather of 32 years. of Reev..Edgar S \ : :. -. ." ',: I.. : {
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W. Wilkinson who appropriately :\. .1.I" \," .'j',. ",J.f.>".'j. 'j'i ": I. -' Gang'FRIOAY
brought the message in the church on I 4
its 100th Homecoming celebration. .'1' 1' .'C ," '. ,,' ." & SATURDAYNIGHT
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Homecoming festivities began ,. ..'. :t 'S '
when the early member's children .. I.I I.
grew up' and moved away from \ ., HELD OVER

when Theresa.everyone One special could day was get needed back' .... ",, For Listening Ple*.u.re. I

turned together into again an annual This. Homecoming event and is rn it;, .i Beginning Thursday, February 16


usually Church during celebrated the,later Hope part Baptist of October [ __ Ladies Night in. Club, 25

each year y ,' "
Services were held one week-end a VERY THURSDAY

month; Saturday morning Saturday r .
night and Sunday morning. There* S ARKE LANES

were no evening services on Sundaysas ., .
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US 301 N 964-8175. Start
the pastor, referred to in early ; *
days as a "circuit preacher," would r ," .

have to get home by horse and buggy ..' t''j rJ .:'; '
which usually took several hours. t' ,. .
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., The times were hard and the pastor : ..,". ." Starke Family Planning CKnic,
was paid 50 cents for these three ser' ,

vices..,Sometimes the payment was : I Tubal LIgation ((Tubes 'tied) & :-VasectontJes'
made in chickens fresh vegetables :"!
fruit and other items: The church offering '; ,,," i No
.. taken r Hospital stay necessary; No abortions performed
was by someone "pass- ,', ;\\
j.. ing the not1' to each one in the con- .
gregatlon. 964.6500
L'. Members would hold their business '

i meeting called"having conference" New church .building is an imposing. sight
|after the morning service on Satur-
1 day, with dismissal around 2 p.m. To' };
chains. Later one-strip fluorescent two buildings. :
(this day the minutes of the meetings added in -
tubes replaced the bulbs to provide More classrooms were
I begin..witb "the" words Hop< Baptist
light until 1966. .1961 and 1963,by Dodd Construction
[Church, called Into conference... The second addition to the west end, Company. The fiberglass baptistry ), H&R BLOC
According to the now existing of the "T'..was made in 1932 when the was donated by Mrs. O. L, (Ducky)
.l1C.. rOy. ,aU. Wb :baptt1n .block part of the church and the block ,JUnsin In 1972,,Ih 1974 a kitchen and 1,11'1' .
.: ; 3t c'-J..n additional classroom was addQdl. \ \i.L. : .- r t '
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tr'' 7Other long'ethn 3 1weroaddCLTbehtrancd arswere: .' ,The"Communion! :ltablev used in .the .. .' / T Found .
f1yi
'.I reversed from the west end to the east old church is still used today as a desk I Ie
members baptized Fisher in the 1920's are In: end of the building with the pulpit >for the Sunday school secretary and .' S '
Delaney baptized Amafia
September of 1924 and.Louise Hall
who was baptized in August of 1927. Skyline .r.' '
Laura Hall came to the church: by. let- Bon
ter in October of 1927. Home Center, Iric II IIi4lIMM4I i The' common'' cold ,can ,

.-' To get to services; people either US :30t North Starke Florldau'. ;+. 'p.Q'I -_-' t drag down your spirit even < '
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.' walked to church or rode on 2-wheel 964-4414, ".: "IpJ _, a* 'your, temperature, rises, $528 1
horse drawn carta or wagons. Early : Instead
arrivals were expected to 'get the 1984 Liberty 14x52 . .. . $7,995 psychologists of being upset agree about not ,

wood together for the stove heat the 1983 Catalina 14x64 .. ....'r .'. .. 4 ., '12,900 being,up and'about,,put the In a recent survey of customers who got refunds we found 3 out
if
building Later ''kerosene heaters time you have to 'rest up in of 4 believed H&R Block got them bigger refunds than they'dprepared
were installed which according to 1984 Scott. 24x40, .:: ":' .' ., .. ... 11,500 bed to good 'use. Start a their own taxes. 3 out of f 4. _,
reports smoked more than they ,24x48 ;. '. ,'14,900 project. ... watch (
1984 Scott . '. r knitting'
heated. Gas heaters followed the \ those day-time TV shows What can we find for you? -
kerosene heaters; then central heat' 1984,Skyline ,26x43 ,., .",. : ,... \ .. .:: '15,995 b'at ')'0U" usually miss .

and air was Installed in 1966. LOW 14.95.' Financin read a new book or
There were no "nurseries" in the browse through old favors
c early churches so UM parents brought and
I ites. Enjoy a few enacks \ STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
babies into .the ,service. The '
their warm( soothing cup of lemony
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small babies were put on "pallets"on. A -- Month of ;'tii' < sweetened hot tea. 964 N. Tcmpte Ave.. Keystone Shops'No.:3
.the HOOT of the church to the right of :ct/'A The .. ," Youll be back'on your feet 964-8288 473-3648
the front door. It is reported that one JIIC In no time. '
family arriving home in their horse FEBRMARYMost

drawn wagon realized they had left .
their son at the church:'They prompt-: ,
ly made a return trip to get bum. / # 'SA t.E .
Music for the-services was supplied -. King's of
Keystone
by an old pump organ played by Mrs.: : 'P'M..nA .
Lula Swindell.The first piano boUght ., Mm "tits"I .
by Mrs. Delaney Fisher for $S, was \ <)' '
Lumber Co. of Inc.
used for services until a new' one was 5esssinROad at J teastFred's 'King Keystone,
purchased in the 1960's. 1517 .
the Original sane- 473-312"
The "pews"in '
Starke 100 (ar nation
handmade benches with opt
tuary 'were .. Hwy 21 4 miles HerUi of Keystone HelgfltsI.NT60DUCES
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one slat for the back. Later when the 1 MII i INV. Or,' '-> -.
first addition was put on the church; .,Others 'from 25! to 50'/'
'tiff'd
built. As
other solid wood pews were FEED S
late as 1957, these, pews were still be* : .
ing used., I 'CfoecfcOur

very The well bench and pews the slats Were would not braced"give", RAGAIN'RAIIREL. "Our New Line of Feed >-


.when'anyone'sat"down bounced up and down when so{people that one sat ,FOR EVEN LOWER :PWCEStallor t', S' ", S .
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,' i'nforrnatlon .on classes f5
downpitcher\\E; p. located close to the. ., .. Round-UpTROPi HORSE FEED:
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the oak tree, 5moclclhg Knitting'"Needle'pciint Sweet Brain RattenRoundUp'VivldesT
hlghline power pole near f401UP | Complete Horse Feed / /
across the dirt road from the church,. '. ,.1 keep IfH-"" ,
water .In,.the early'.years, Y -
provided .
eondiNea. Provides nIteIn.,
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Later, a water)pea$spigot l replaej jFoj'Top' Performance1: !' ($ .
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edthe' la the pump.1980's'a-'c deeper well r 'was' pu{ i. A pelleted "complete"!! ratl9ri! that ,51 Mrses:, 5regdttesno'eupplernen ,

down as the shallow one could not pro '' :L'L: Gas & ice Co.. I ttng. ... ,, .
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duce sufficient water supply when to 1956-the'restrooms.were .- ,, _.. .. ,, : ',_ .. I =: { -g 'ainhay\ Suer Ifsfse' ; GAS t-...;

'restrooms consisted built.of outdoor Prior. toilets 431.I' ?,O; : ,; 'r' < 431: -y231J24fIiwrL,4 \ vltamlns.and .minerals. .. all the ..... qMy ,14Xpretelrtteetl. ., i

>,located the dirt road from the .' ,' ,nutrients' your horse needs for strength ;
across : .
.. 'r \ een teltts calf mjMHWv ;
church in the area,where the,educav,,\ : ;, .,?. 'I.t"!""; ,:'$;.'\""\" ...1..... oj.." "". t..... '.'and ,yitallty. It'sa' time-saving, cost ,ieeMtat .

tlonal building noW stands l' .1erVtIe .... .,. ... .,.. r. ".. ..1-- -q(saving total feed that's highly palm; fW fttffllOofflal. VmHRiftS .1
held at tne "baptlfr"ng Ai. 11'-' Peclal
'Ba tlam.8 were! '!''' ''' <> -vI- n v tabl to.all: mature horses.. !, p'parafie"
| : Crystal Lake .
were ."\ .' When Is url- '
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Scourcamp pasture .
tat UM present Boy J l' V 0 11' .
& ,. ..., ''P" .S 554 5avaMble "
is '1 ..11. 12
> .located: ...r..the airport) V' / ,or. hay'lacks S > .
'Later theywere I Md at Silver Lake,? ." I' ..ualft ', feed Round-Up for. Feelye \\12 cr feed rtdp ;
:off SR-100 eastMret, on the property ." ,f, &., erfarmancef fBf rs/N. "R' IIIM let, .
hi.
,. ...I of,Mr, and Mrs. James H.tfireed\ M;< ........ t tin crop or Hn tamt tot, wfier.' 'Inill.. 1 R' 1

'*tired ow the property of Rev'>and MrWPackham. : .over a complete. feed It wmM.FARW ( .
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.,JteptiMtt* were held %t ," f/p: t.... ;., h1 ; ; Calt...L.f ...-.">.' ,,
Sil'verLake unfit the baptistry what f'' a9I ,' ,
:: Added'to the: church to WTO.. j '. .,wet .Wq....m.., Nf/l1l i Catue oiin4iiti!, in'F; 'L' MHUMKK] wareswe v tUl.\/fII HAMWVAM-* \
U erly years mambanr 't .. !/1 flttffrRWWMO.aKittlGl.rMNN' "
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PERSONAL SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
FOR RENT WANTED MOBILE HOMES
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.\ ,. IINGO..AMERICAN LEGION FOR SALE
1'7* APOLLO SOFT.
MOTORHOMtl luxurious
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS GLASSWARE Old costume jewelry, ACTION CARPET CARE Shampoo 'ond HA L.Sr-21, Saturday. 7 p.m., and like .

REALTY.REALTOR household goad china, furniture, team.. clean. living room dining room, Sunday, 2.$ p.m. Public Invited. 1/5 bedroom w/vanlty.new. Microwave Full bath; new rear ,MUST"' SELL 1983 Greenhlll doublewldeby
holl $24: .95. Call 473-2278 2/16
Rental AvailableIN miscellaneous Item, PACK RAT. ItchgCARPENTRY
Property tfnchg. carpet. 6,5 Onon generator. Twin roof Fleerwood,.26'X 56. 3BR., 2Bath,
KEYSTONES 3BR, IBoth horn Across from Commercial Circle on AND MASONRY WORK ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed air. Asking 20500. Call 473-2621 2/16 garden'', tub greotroom. CH/AC,
w/ftreplace. S225/mo. HWY 21 N. Open 9-6 Wed. through Sat. Building patio, addition, remodeling, meeting Monday 8 p.m. Open Itchg Whirlpool appliances. Financing

SEMINOLE RIDGES 4BR. 2V4 Both. Quiet 4732183. 1/19 tfnchg home and tile work. Free estimate meeting Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC available' qualified. VA loan. May be

neighborhood woodburning stove, LAKEFRONT PROPERTY Home or vacant Phone 473-4473 before S p.m.. 1/9 day 8 p.m. All meeting at Educational pipes and fittings. Water softener, seen byoppolntment only after 3 p.m.
utility $400/mo. lot lake Geneva or east side of Santa tfnchg. Church 473-2790
room. on Building Community Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone Hgts., 1.375.8607. 1/5 tfnchgIBR
ZONED COMMERCIALS On HWY 21 InKeystone F* Lak. NO realtor agents, pleae. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, or 475-2130. 1/1 tfnchg 73.40065' tfnchg MHi In Keystone across from Lake

3BR. IBoth horn, $400/mo. Call 1.373.1323.2/2.23 4tpd kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No due, PACK RATS Across from Commercial Circle Geneva. Nothing down, ,owner
COMMERCIAL VACANT PROPERTY Off Reasonable price. Call 473-2477 after fee or weigh In*. Open meeting on HWY 21N. Open Wed. through finance. S69/mo. Must remain in park.
HWY 26 and latchstring Road In LOSTFOUNDMISSING 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg ..? Tuetay', 7:30 Community Church
p.m. Sat. 9 am.6 p.m.. BUY. SELL, TRADE. Tax write-off 373.4792.1/12.2/166tpd
CARPET AND' VINYL and In..tallollon.
Melrose. For more Info. call: repairs Educational Building, Keystone Call 4732183. 1/19
REALTY, .. Free estimate. Ten year..xp.rl.nc. tfnchg
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
473 2790. 1/3
Height tfnchg
colored KEMBALl UPRIGHT PIANOi
FROM HOME Ru.t Beautiful color
.. Call 473-4217 and ask for WANTED
Realtor.473-441 male cocker spaniel 2 year old. 1/5 JINGO Monday night beginning Jan. 2. great sound. $800473.3569. 2/9
Craig. tfnchgHANDYMAN
2/16 tfnchg from 7.10 p.M. Percentage game.
Strayed Monday from horn on SR-21 tfnchg
All kinds of home
south across from Grove Street.. Call473.289B ) repairs, American legion Post 202 located HWY REMODELING SALE Danish dining table' ,MINI-MOTOR,' HOMEt 22' 27. CASH.
WHITI SANDS LAKE 2BR furnished mobllehome repair, and fix-up need 21 N. of Keyitone. 12/29 tfnchg with 6 chair and leaf. $125. 100 Inch 1.473.7785.Ttchg 2/16
No lob too small. Minor plumbing .
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house. F.bruary through May LOST FROM PARK OF PALMS AREA green velvet couch $100. Side by .ld* :
service hauling
$250/mo. 1.2"9-788". 2/2-23 4tchg Whit. female peklnese. Answers to repair Cleaning Light YARD SALEJESSII'S refrlg./freezer, good condition $200. :
Flame Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening
BUSY CORNER facing
OFFICE AT
Sears frostiest SubscribeKeystone
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"DeeDee" Call 4732250. 1/12 Coldspot .refrigerator,
ingo St but can b. seen from SR-100 tfnchg.
excellent cond. '
and SR-21 Intersection. Prim location. SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOMI AND HAIR LINE Sun. 19th beginningat $225. 4732002. 2/16
HELP WANTED HAIRSTYLING CENTER All under one 12 noon, and Monday, all day. 1/2 Itchg
Call 473-3411.1/5 tfnchg
roof. OFFERING: Certified nursing mil. north of light in Keystone on 4PC. CRESTIINB DRUM SET High Hat 2 Heights;
2BR. COTTAGE with frontage on Big
$300/mo. Call 473-3334 assistance and CPR trained staff,. 24 :SR-21, Color TV coffee table: record cymbals, stool $400. ZILDJIAN cymbal 'Call Doris 473-2210
Lok. Brooklyn.
STYLIST i CO-STYLIST needed for newly hour supervision for senior citizens; cabinet 2 shampoo chair, hower w/stand, $75.' 2 tlmbole w/sta$75.
1/5
2821727. tfnchg
1001 or ON LAKE GENEVA Dock and expanded facilities Must be experienced hot meals; day week or long term door, miscel Items. '473-7708. 2/16 Floor torn. $40. Call 473-4010.. 2/16 '
In all phases of Itchg I'Steve Broadway'I r rit
boathouie. 2BR IBath. NO INSIDE toy; STYLING CENTER for the public, tchg ,
CLINIC.
cosmotology. DORIS' HAIR 14FT. UPRIGHT FREEZER Good 'condltlon. -
PETS. $325/mo., $200 ..curltyd.po.lt. Contact,:, lols Olsen, 475-2211. 1126.3/1 precision styling for men and women; Call 473-3671. 2/16 Itchg I TREE SERVICE 1
Call 1.264.7771 or 2640508. 1/26.2/16 perms and hair-coloring.SR-32S Hampton CARS, TRUCKS
I9ln. ZENITH COLOR
TV 150. Excellent
4tpd' 4682619.: 1/5 tfnchg $ I jRemoval ;i i
NOTICE ft BOATSJOHN condition: Call 473.70B3,2/16ltchg
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA HOME Just WILL DO .TYPING In my home. Book :.
painted Inside and out, 3BR.2Bath, report, resumes, etc. Call 473-2898 SOFA BED Cream and rust good condi Trimming
be submitted tlon. A.klng $300. Cedar chest $150. 1.1.Removaf
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should .:
$550/mo.first 1/5 tfnchg :
fireplace, screen porch DASHER VANS Stump
to the lake Region Monitor office Hanging lamp $30. WILL BABYSIT IN
lost and $200 security 12640605. INTER EVE CARE CENTER Office cateroct WHOLESALE PRICES
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YOUR HOME. Call 473-7942.' Estimates
In writing and paid In odvanc.unl..a 2/16ltpd Free I
2/2.23 4tchg establishedwith surgery, contacts, glasses. 1/4 mile off On new 1984 custom 'von. Starting at ABOVE THE GROUND I
credit Is Swimming pool. I
28R, 2BATH UNFURNISHED HOUSE On already CR-315 so. Call 684.6558 or toll free $13,800 plus tax, tag and freight. 13.3 15 ft. diameter $100. Take- Firewood
utyoure.lf 11
this office.MONITOR
lake Geneva. Fenced yard with utility 800-3426041.. f1/17.2/23/B4tiStpd.. percent bank financing. 1-75. .....IAlochua. 473-4732 i
.h.d. CH/AC. Availabl. Feb 15. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD i f.,, Florida 4633375. 12/22. ; 481-309V16! .. tfnchg.

$"25/rna. and damage deposit $425. CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE WHEN FOR AD MISTAKES IS TAKEN OVER IN WILL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE OR OFFICE In tfnchg' ',,, 1. P. GAS. INC .Faml'' owned and 'After 5 P.M. -! I

Call Patty Shackleford 1.268.6493 or THE TELEPHONE. Keystone Hgts., Stark., and Melrose operated. We rent bulk tank,and furnish Key 'on.Helghts (g; I
1-7254646 2/2 tfnchg deadline area Have references. Call 473-3364 LAND FOR SALE .cylinders. We solicit Ltcne ft Insured '.
Classified I la customerswho
UNFURNISHED 2BR TRAILER Between Tusday noon,' after 4pm. 2/16 Itchg .;'rf" :w,>. ...
, Melrote and Hawthorn. on SR-21, prior to Thursday publication. : own bulk tanks. We strive to givebetter
SlOO/mo.'' Call Sat. and Sun. only Minimum charge I.I 15 word for$2.79 '. ,r' ':'';; HALL LAKi LOTi; Skiing size lake. Nice' price' and '.IVIe..located! 1.10:

475-2807.2X16 ItchgUnion then 10 cent for each word thereafter. ,,(, ,, subdivision. $22,000. $5,000 down and A 121. Call 964-4890 or 2596810. 2/09
'.' -: ,; balance at 9 percent Interest" 2tchg 2/16 -,:' FIB.12-18 IS NATIONAL

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HELP WANTEDREAL INSURANCEMAINES REAL ESTATE

CARS & TRUCKS' SALE
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ESTATE LICENSING In Lak. City. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP PROPERTY AdsBUSINESS .
INSURANCE AGENCYI 160 s.
IRM Schools of Real Estat Phone ? If I don't have It. I'll find It.Just I IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS for $44
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Lake Avenue. Lake Butler 96-397B '
755.4006. TEN 7/14, ,, t, {'. l. oak JANE S.' USHER., ''REALTOR. .M through the/J.'' $. Government?Get the -USEDG V NIZEDnNa:2'rf.IC'9f..t$3: 2n.'wiolt
MAKE MONBYWORKING. rMXOMf: Re't ..F.oTpl..t.I auronc. SaryknvTFN..y" ? 496-2126 or 496-29O3. eves,. fV.,," .. j' :;'j""' : ''''',': ltJactt'> I ( 12)7"2.U.Q.iStMt.. "A' : :; $3'1t/ ft *.t"" 'c.; 4,25.
flooded with offer I .DetailRush '. .Union County ffea/for.Y 8/04 tfr T*.'75 609. 2/02 Atpde3i5( EOVU> ''. Good... condition' : ;r 2. W 'iirJJA19;
stamped addre* ed envelope. M loyd LOST/FOUND' 1970 MAVERICK 2Dr.. six cylinder L; .. GAS, INCU Fdmlly'owned and

Dept B 2046 Darrow 4-pd 2931. PERSONAL SERVICES OPPORTUNITIES automatic. $350. 964-6365. Itpd 2/16 operated. We rent bulk tanks, and'lur-

SECIRTARIAL HELP WANTED FOR UNION Lost between Oak Grave Church and f 1981, TOYOTA ,COROLLA AC. AM.FM nlsh cylinder W. solicit customer
COUNT FARM BUREAU. Applicatlns can cassette 4-spd. 2dr., 30 mpg. On.own.r. who own bulk tank We strive to give
Providence Brlndal Bull Dog answer DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK
b the office. OWN' YOUR OWN better price.and service, located 1-10
at
to Princes, six month old. REWARD I Packag. deal'; wells drilled waterpumps .
ATTENTION MEDICAL PERSONEL Immediate ladies Apparel, Combination Accessories be.toH.r.Coll 964-1120oft.SOOp.m. and 121. Call 964-4890 or 2596810.
Phone "".30479. 1-pd 2/16 new Installation of septic
opelnlng at newly purchased ; Large Size star. National 2/09 2tpd 2/16 2/09 4tchg' 3/01
tanks, drain fields and lift stetions.tMobile
Hospital. Need exp OR Tech.. RR-CCU home available. All worksguaranteed brands: Jordach. Chic; ,Lee? Levi 1979 FORD LTD lit Power tearing, power USED CARPET at Best Western Motor Inn.
Nurie, SCR Tech, contact as. soon as FOR SALE poles call Dorman, Vanderbilt, "liod. Gunn. Sax, Esprit brakes AC, new radial' tire. $1989. irxlff. Prlc.$10.00 and up. 964-6744.Itchg .

possible Nurse's Office U.G.H. 275.2151, UFN 9/1 Tommy ';$ Brittanla, Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, 7823307. Itchg 2/16 216DINETTE .
4962323. 1-chg 2/16 200 AMP Power Poll 2 water tanks CUSTOM MADE Draprles Valance and I Evan Picon,'Callborn, Members Only 1974 MAVERICK Power .teerlnlll. power SIT, $40; Rebounder (like new)

JOBS OVERSEAS Big money fast. w/pumps that came with them. 2 1/2 Spread call 496-2219 or 496-3143 for;, Bill Blass, Organically Grown, .brakes AC. Run good good tire, noru.t $30, Cf electric stove' w/mlcrowave
$20.000 to $50.000 plus per year Call ton central air unit. Dinette set w/2 FREE Estimates. S and W Enterprise.. Healthtex 300 others, $7,900 to or' dink. $750. '782-3307., Itchg self-cleaning oven $400; small: chest
1-7168426000. Ext. 21189. 2-pd chairs.. Call 496.2713 or 496-3182. $24,900 Inventory; airfare, training 2/16 freezer, $30., Call 9644144.. 376-2628
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and}1:1; .
2/16-23 : fixtures, grand etc Mr. 197' after 6 tpd 2/16 .
1-chg 216Twoway Also firewood oak and pine? opening NOVA CONCORD: Excellent condition. p.m.
SATELLITE ANTENNA dealerships Motorolo Radio$400. Film Projector rrunlng. Call Thomas Nettle 4963823. Keenan ((612)) 8886555. Itpd 2/16 Mag rims' ,' new tires, excellent BOAT MOTOR. TRAILER; 1973,Custom
$
available No experience. required. $20. Two Office Chiars $30 and ul FRUIT-PRODUCE-SOUVENIi STORE for stereo .y.,*", Sports modified. Over Trl-Hull fiberglass!, 50 hp Mercury electric .
Dealer cost, for complete unit a* low a* $5. 72 Mercury $220. Heavy-duty Dryer MEN AND WOMEN rant. Good opportunity for' the right $800 worth of extras! Must sell, $2,000FIRM. start galvanized tilt trailer $1500

$757. Retail $1395. CALL DAY OR $400. Phone 496-2390. ufrt 2/16 person Apply P.p-0, 620 S. Walnut 473-4157. Itchg 2/16 9644738. Itpd 2/16 .
NIGHT 303.574.4988.3-pd 2/16-3/1 TRACTOR John Deere Mod. 40-w/equlp- 17.62TRAIN a Street. Itchg 2/16 1t77 PLYMOUTH VOLAREi Premier S/W. .HORSE 19< years old. Gentle.. $425. '

GOVERNMENT JOBS. $ 6,559. ment one row. Phone 4962789. 1-pd NOW FOR fen r, Loaded. $2100;or belt offer 9648122. 9644738. Itpd 2/16
$50.553/year. Now Hiring. Your Area. 2/16 CIVIL SERVICE Itpd 2/16 RCA VIDEO DISC PLAYER like new, paid
Call 1.1105.687.6000 Ext.' R-1136. 4-pd FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Like new EXAMS r MELROSEAccounting '. 1977 CHEVETTIt, Good condition. Low over $450. 'Will take'$100,. 9645963.(!'j

2/16-3/9' Washer $150. Dryer $100. Maple mile. $1,500.: Call 964-4999. Itpd 2/16 Itpd 216CHICKEN rs
No High School Necessary &Tax HOUSE 1200 ft..Can buy all of
Dinette $125, Side-bySlde Refrigerator 1977 GRAND MARQUIS MERCURY Four
FOR RENT $150 Oak Desk $50, Sofa and 'love seat Positions Start A* High As i Service door, clean, one owner.Can be seen at', part. Good lumber and tin, ,,964.6528?

$100( Hide-abed $IOO, Microwave $1 0.21 HOUR f'I Next to Post Off lee 1103 Pratt Street. $3250. 964-8789., Itchg 216CONFERENCE

Oven $150 Double Bed $60. Twin Bed I POST OFFICE CLERICAL 475-2199 30 ynr Exp. Itchg 2/16 TABLES Seven, 8-ft. .
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR $45, Electric Stove $100, Color Port..TV .e MECHANICS INSPECTORS I C.B.Isaac George Mono 1970 MAVERICKf 2.Or.-, six, cylinder, folding conference tobies. $25 each or
RENT Union County Time, 150 $125. Phone KEEP'PRESENT JOS WHILE- automatic.,,$350.9W6343i11tpd 2/16 $150 for all..964-8122.: Itpd 2/16
752.5259.1-chg
Main Street Lake Butler Phon. PREPARING AT MOM POD ." .RADIAL SAWs B/D. $40, Call. after 3 p.m.
GOVERNMENT EXAMS
496-2261 for Information TFN 10/1 L. P. GAS INC. Family owned and 5332611. Itpd 2/16 '
HOME 2 BDRM unfurnished home In operated.We rent bulk tank, and fur" Writ a Include Phone No. To r REGISTERED BRAHMAZIN BULlI James.

Raiford. Phone 431-1039 2-pd 2/9-16 pish cylinders. We solicit' customer National Training: j. arpet (Any: ScotchgardAwaHabte Gasklns.; 964.8356.2(16 tfnchg ,
MOBILE HOME 2 BDRM, adults only call who own bulk tank w. strive' to give ,'' Room $1'- 495 I Js '/ CARAT DIAMOND*.Nearly flawless.retail .
496-3518. 1 pd 2/9 Service. Inc. will sell ''
better price and ervlce.. located 1.10 Gleaning T,000, for $400.
MOBILE HOMI 3 BDRM 2 BH, central ft 121.Call 944-4190 and 2596810.209 Hall) ?; 964-5930<< Sot. ,I6 Sun.. 8.th Mon. A

heat/air. furnished nice location. 2tchg 214ELECTRIC c/o P.Or DRAWER A 'Toes, 7::30-9 p.m. 2/16 2tchg 2/23
Phone 496-3018. 1-chg: 2/16 GE R.H1lrs'aT.l.,59" 'THREE CHICKEN BARNS 3ffx5CW. To be
RANGE or Wettlnghouse.Excellent ; Whole House
STARKEr FLORIDA 32091 : Special
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APARTMENT 3 BDRM apartment In lake condition $80. Phone ( ) torn down and moved.Tin m Ire I excellent

Butler. $120 per month Phone 964-7048 or Ralford 4311200. 2/16 ,1, IEg9\! condition. ..$B.OO running. foot.

496-2179. 1-pd 2/16 2tchg 2/23 11.26'Atpd 2/16 \; ,Carpet Dyed (9x( 12)) . ...,... . .. '. ... . 468-1859..Itchg 2/16 '
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Furniture,Cleaned. ((Sara & Chair TI) P ., ,;.: .. :44 15'J '. doors plumbing A elect supplies; also'
BARGAIN, .
1 \ iat1'' 'furniture. CENTER.. 1 mil.,))
!. "Not,' Delighted I : ;., 'tPuy: 'South of Starke..2/16 tfn
,' : HAY PO SALE 944-7675,2/09 2tpd 2/16.

m JANE S. USHER Serving Bradford' .& Union County and ,surrounding area : [HlpI-A-BtOi. Queen slie 1. .14ff Mar
mold bactr.
t 964.57ltpd\, | 2/16
Ftorida ..CarpetCtean.nQ : & Dye, Co.OMtonW .. COLOR.TVr $'19,and \>p.: Next to Starke

REALTOR Realtor496.2126or'.4962903 I &C "* ,TruckStopaou of Starke, .964;8217. "
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t'' .'6 ml. 301"'South.; 468-1915..' ,tfn.**

: are now.,renting 'smaH and medium'shampooers. ,COMPOUND' lOW Bear' Blue Denim.'
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360 West Main St. lakes ButUr'' ( I :'. We Have Carpet Rakes for,Sail'. Phc.n.182-36060.3O40draw.. .. Excellent. tf"condition,' $75."r. .(
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SMALL FE: TRACTS....... .;"", e ," 1r i
-1V. 3 Acre tracts. -., FREE Estimates .,24 Hr,1 Sanrtcj toO Sattttoctten :.

-5I 0 Acre tracts located off $R' 1 IOO.Owner, finance, easy terms. Several, sites ..tllI'availabl...? '. '4r'4r-.r Swing Machln.s''a
*. ii. .rar..r-rrxisi.rrs Oar wewr'-qt ;M. .w and Used
-3 Acre tract on SR 18. Owner financing: :Aft:> I (: ; rs ;
-5 Acre tract SR 238. Owner Financing '' :" ': ":(''ft, Ji''A'
10.20 Acres between lake Butler and Gainesville. Owner financing parljweadeddi .'.. ,;', Handi' House \". Household and"

LARGE ACRE TRACTS... 'JlrffeS/W ",', -'''1,1.;( :*;., .1 P "1' {n Commercial

-180 Acre farm on'SR 237. V4 mile river frontage1 and 2.000 ft.'' ,frontage. Woods.-cropland-hay., Located art I 1 FRN Estimate
beautiful country rood Great hunting ;$) "K'';" l' .' **" Portable Buildings ; 35' t..,.ExperienceScfstorV ; i iI'

350 Acre, Pasture and planted pine.Ideal location for d.v.lopment.Woulcf make beautiful l horse. ,farm ,') S ,Pinking, a ,
.10O Acre form house, barn, fenced1. Cross-fenced and pond AM pasture_ Owner financed. <904fJ420 '5h.or4Shorpened;'
i' .I .One Pair FREE: .
HOMES! ,.......t 't. 1' WilhTMsAd' '
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-8oauhfu'' large home on one acre with pool. Priced right. MUST SEE., :,Very'r6omy'Id.GT' lor'Miertdihing.;; EX.ECUTIVE. U5.OFHCE O ?? A 41! ;AvellaAljirom ,/ ..',. ':. :. ... .

.TYPE HOME. Call for appointment' to .... ,f..(;;E r. 'I.2 '" ;, '. .;.i rJv.rh.edtiahi+ ,. ': 'J't: A1'C' \
Bedroom CB hom:. NeaP ho.pltol..C.nt. H/A. carpet, dl.hwosh.t with extim. Jot 'ovollable1. :. .; I.'k \' WWIArFrptadei'I <: ,,( .I .1:'" ,:' ,. '
.FmHA House available I in lone Butler', :;' ai 1. ? $ Vi.Corrosion Wort1. 3' s,' i ir ,,,,'t: I : '.J 1

Newly decorated Inside and out on I'ocro. 3 Bedroom I'A bath home wlrh-oddItlQf\Offom.f bujldlng for hobby.hop r Alum: Window*' V iJ ; 1t13N1MoinStreel. u

home" W/Wcarper. wallpaper buck stave, dishwasher, Priced' to sellj;Best buy'In town.. May .'
,01 business *' ''r Htf*' Time Aluminum: ,;1tDOtlhi' .' J hln."UJe:fi, .-" :'
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NOTICE PERSONAL SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES. FOR RENT Ceramic Tile ,

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted CERTIFIED NURSES AIDS Will do private DHAINNELD ROCKS Bldg sa1'd., MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK Walls and floors

to the Bradford County sitting 'or bob/lilting during evening (llmerotk. top soil Large or small ,I' Mobile homes and spaces tar rent, New Work
Telegraph office In writing and paid In hours Coll: Janice 964-4639, after 8. loads. Ph. 782-3172: BRADFORD ... vehicles welcome, Phone Repairs" and Re Grout 4 rtviI1eCOar
advance unless credit Is Already p.m, Itpd 2(16CRAWFORD LIMEROCK SALES tfn 7/14 ,468.2912. 9/1& tIn 964.457'Subscribe ,
established with thl. office. CONSTRUCTION; W.r. REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS pain 'MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT On. mile ssfitsSBBssfflsQlllSI (

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT. SI back In town. Let us do your building'or ting and plumbing repairs. 25 year experience. .from Starke city limits. Clean Hwy, T6 IO. REALT
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN r.polr work. Fireplaces; houses, etc. All work guaranteed.. ,'JPCall/ 468-1323. 10/07 tin /1In
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER :782.3160 or 7823249. 2/162tpd 2/23 9647738. 9/15 tfn CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On Starke 1.1A

THE! TELEPHONE ALUMINUM AND VINYL SIDINGi,Soffit EXPERIENCED'.PAINTERnNeowork"in, -.': -Hwy.'. '16 'W.. Close to,_..prison.. Call, Deb1964.63O5 '
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY custom trimming. '''low rats, Ireeestimales. tartar or \tltrlor. Free estlrhates.Reasonable .. 468-323.. JO/07 tfn. Call t PHONE 964.77'i6

NOON prior la Thursday publication. Call today' 964-8916.. l.tpd ,o'.s with good, STUDIO APARTMENT: Weekly monthly TERWiLLcIVAR: : 205 N. Temple'Starke. m
Minimum charge words for$2.75 .2/16 reference Call 964,5177.: 1/05 tfn' .4'; :i>ate.;Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple Nettles a..tIo<1.
then 10 cents for each word therealter. (BABYSITTING) \Will watch children In my ELDERLY. GENTLEMAN WISHES 'TO Ave 7/28 tfn _-
,home. $23/week,' Call after 9 p.m., BOARD} Write P O. Drawer 280,,. .. ,'.;SPACIOUS: 3 BR 2 BA home. with CH/A. Tree -.w-- PROPERTIES'NEARLY -
964.4264.2/16 4tpd 3/08 Sta k., Florida 32091. Willing,to pay I :' -::West Call St. Lot of storage No pots. PREFERRED
YARD SALE I WILL BABYSIT AT MY HOME weekdays share of household' expenses 12/22 Call 964-5827, 11/03 tfn ServiceTree NEW BOARD A BATTIN-Outslde deck,

only Olin's Trailer Park, Highway 16. Ifn ,NICE ROOM with private both 964-6035 Ben Franklin stove,CH/A. 2 celling lam.Heuse ft I
964 6782 964 6948 after 5. 2/16 SEWINO MACHINES$ REPAIRED 'AH .. tfn removal
or 1tchg 12/22
SATURDAYi : Hou..nd Ac. House end I
THURSDAY, FRIDAY ft Ac. S35,5001) 2 7,5001:
MACHINE QUll TINGI Crib to king sit.l makes cleaned, oiled and adiu( .it. ,TWO BEDROOM DOWNSTAIRS APt' Also' pruning demossing.FIREWOOD Assumable 10"/
16 17 ft 18.900 3:00 p.m. Acs. )9.SOO. mortgage"0.000 at
F.bruary "
Betty Hlldebrand.! 964.S.22.. 2/16 8tpd $19. Wofk guaranteed 'JamesStrickland,1 ,. i)95/mo.) $150 security deposit, Phone
Turn right off 16 last Han. rr Interest $369/ma
Hurry.
Highway by 4/03 corner Morgan Rd.: and 964-4228 after 6 1/26 tin Oak t Pine payments.
.dyWoy b.for. Prison (SR.225)). p.m. VA, FHA Ot CONVENTIONAl-Stunnlng new
gates ROOFING WORK ,Experienced roofer. Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tin FURNISHED 1 BR DUPLEX Private drive .Fr..O.livery
Go I'/ miles, see. signs 7823971. PICTURE ,FRAMES Custom and ....' ,.. V Licensed & Insured cedar. ft block heme ,In the city. So convenient
., Fr. estimates. No lob too. small..Call,. 'ready. ;.: ,$and entrance l No children or pets .
I Ilchg 2/16 7823762. Lester, Austin. 2/16'4tchQ made at CREATIVE COTTAGE :3 :mil..'"'*+ty'pjeose.J 964-5464.'1/26 tfn '. M3E Quality WorkThamas Cathedral telling, fireplace, BR, 2 BA. eet-tn, kitchen

3/08 south of Stark. on ,US 301, Phone ".'J ''RGE UNFURNISHED upstairs apart D. Nettle enclosed garage,high efficiency heat pump.

HELP WANTED IAt BABYSITTINGIn my home anytime day ,.964-6118. Satisfaction buorgnteed.19 4 Sm."t._ Downtown' Starke, Phone Owner 496.3823 $54,500. loW dawn pmt.
'or night. $25.00 w..k, per child' Call / HnINCOME ",,* 964-7271. 2/02 tin I $22,900 CUTI ft ONE ACRE-Completely. tenova/.d.
KITCHEN MANAGER; Experienced In 9644839. Itehg 2/16. TAX SERVICE Loretta Mar ,,KITCHENETTES: weekly TV restaurant coiy, attractive 2 BR. I IA Ireme with Bxl4 porch
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ordering food A supplies, scheduling ft WILL LIVE IN AND CARE FOR elderly person chant. Monday thru Friday, BrphrnaRestaurant. > ,*ppen. UNDERWOOD MOTEL, 3 mile STARK RADIATOR Owner financing.SB .
cooking. Full time. Apply In person only ,'do not drive car. 964.7860 after 6 964.6056 days or 964.6684 ,I North of Starke, US 301 2/02 3tpd 2/16 ACRES-Wlth heavy timber, end $01 frontage.Owner .-

at the front desk, Econo Lodg., 1101 p.m. Itcng 2/16 eves. 2/02 4tpd 2/23 '. ..tTHREE BEDROOM HOUSE FR, OR LR, SERVICE' financing.INVESTMENTPosltlve.
N T.mpl. Av.. Itchg 2/16 MOTOR WORKs Brakes &. light repairs. JERRVS ELECTRICAL; ; Reasonable prices : (In,, town, First and last months I" .,cash Hew. 'Duplex -'
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS',,for You furnish parts, I do labor.9646974.. Free estimates.. ,24-Hi, ,' service. ,'"I yfd.posit i $32S/mo,,,964.7910. 3/02Hn I It I ; 32000. City.hSPACIOUS. .
coshler Apply' Thursday til 7 p.m. and 2/16 2tpd 2/23. .:." 4681119. Hampton,'2/09 ...th301\ I r r;SPACIOUS 4 BR, a BA HOME Has. FRAME HOME-QuIM,. convenient en:

Friday tit noon Only experienced n..d WILL....YSIT IN MY ;HOME anytime BABYSITTING In my home anytime dayaY ':workshop, fenced bock yard, Close,. nearly 2 ac.i Fenced backyard, 10x10 workshop,

apply. No phone calls. T.xttl.Town Please call 964-4419?Itchg 2/16 night $23.00 week.',per child.'' Call: v, convenient $350 mo., $350 'security. oak floors pecan ,,_. $49,500. .
US-301 ,N. Stark. Itchg 2/16 964-4339.. Itchg ',i. "deposit' References.; 9645610. 2/09 tfn" ,.
BABYSITTINGt'ln. -my home six 'days a- I SPECIAL BONUS-Melnteaonce free yard for ene
SALES ADVERTISING AI WPXE AM/FM MOBILE HOME ,ON GRIFFIS LOOPS 3
week. Fenced-in yard. will/ feed,,, year) 1227 Call Street. BR brick heme. CHftA,
Starke seeks Individual 'Interested in. breakfast and lunch and twasnacksj '.. > HOMES ,FOR SALE ','.Bedrooms' Deposit.. No. pets. 961..8816, $44.000 with assum mtg. of S23.9B3.X Interest.
rodlo sales. Full Commission Itpd 2/16
Or part-time. 964.429012109 2tchg 216RILL'S .' '' 8..t PIo.R In Town .MINI-ESTATE-Hand.em. 3 BR brick en 3 at. Attractive ,
plus expenses. All women are encouraged SAW SHOP Complete sharpening CBThom. ;.THREE BEDROOM /A'HOMI with :2 Ip lok.,,1.eaI:<' stocked end
BUY OP THI .. fence with gate, pond
to apply Call 964-5001 1 2/16 YRARI:2 BR, I BA acres,,good garden ,oil.. $185. 'First
tfn ., service, circular hand carbide: ,:chain ;, ,Financing oval! bl.. 14681323. 12/01 l/{ fast and $security,deposit of $100. N,. Ask for Randy or Dave spacious metal bldg. Multi.'''',....
mower blade hollow ground and tin : ''1 EXTRAORDINARY BRADFORD VIUAt Close to'
CHRISTIAN LADY TO LIVE-IN AND CARE bo.lanc.dL.av.. Jackson Highway 301, across from saw MufflerMShop 964.6810
FOR Living conditions at Building' COUNTRY STYLE Well built home In con. small church. 473-4995' everything.
elderly ,lady. next to
Supply In Storke, I CGRNE HWY ear" )16
good wag. n.gotiabl. Call 964.8789 Lake Butler Keystone Heights or venlent city location. Remodeled huge appointment to Inspect Itpd 2/16,, M1N1EMH.ISVC .,*.. .BUSIEST CORNER In Starke. MS.000.
for oppt. Itchg 2/16 TFNchg rooms, spacious kitchen 964.8569. v. EFFICIENCY. ROOM No children or pets. !LEASE.Beautiful furnished ho_. Best locale..
GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows,
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,PART-TIME OPPORTUNITY SUPERVISING 12/15 tfn VL' Quiet clean complete privacy. No, MIMOSA DRIVE-ldeal 3 BR. 2 BA Brick.CHftA.
JACKSON BUILDING1
young persons for Florida Tlm.s Union. 964 etc..6078. Orders also taken SUPPLY.In Lake MOVE TO. YOUR LOTi Three bedrooms, t ,fit U drinking visitors allowed 964-7589,. VACUUMSALE LOVELY CB HOME IN COUNTRV-3 Ac. (47.0001

Evening hours Must have dependable. Butler 496-3079 and I Keystone Heights bath screened porch. Handyman' ''1.1{\S,* Itchg 2/16 -i'.:., ; COUNTRY RETREAT Ac. 3/2 CHftA, fireplace.RD. .
transportation. 9645165. Itchg: 2/16 ..73..973. 2/76 tfn dreamt; $16,000. Can be seen at 715 N.; ''$f HREE BEDROOM HOUSE Partly furnish. 230 BRICK CrUA-Fenced large lot. 52000.

MANAGER. Applications now, being FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS" Walnut' St. Calf 9645569.between Ii<:(jl ed, Nice big yard. 9648810. Itchg 2/16 .4 BR STUCCO with separate apartment.. 1.42 A.
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token.: Apply Pep-O Food Store, 620 S, ...m. and $ p.m ((473 4803 after 6 p.m.) 1m NEW & USED 41000.'
l.uyv.CaIlSt. 964-7303 ,
Walnut St. Itchg 2/16. _'.. Open Tu... Frl. 9 til 5JO THREE 2/162ichfj: BEDROOM.2/23 1'%. BATH HOME ",;%i'W We Finance Our Qwn VIEW FACING GOLF COURS63/2.Owner fin.

LAND FOR SALE Sot.-9 AM III 1 PM .,I W/CH a A. FIVeplace and wooden deck *f;"*.-... < KIRBYS :BRICK ON 1'/4 Ac. Fireplace, fane, all am.".

Appts' Not Always Necessary17tln In back', $7600 down and assume'10% ;I',jf AXLES A TIRES! Two axles' and four tlrei ROYALS' ANTIQUE BRICK on 47 ac. Pecan tr....

"-.' mortgage For'more Information call ;,1t'llgh..t': price. paid Green's Welding EUREKAS FINE RtSIDENCE-M: acres 1320 en Ml.
TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grove, ;, after II J 30.04 ACRES.North of l.wtey an 301. .
WANT : 964-4737 p.m. 2/16 tin ,. .,:fShop 30T South. Starke; FL 964.5007. HOOVERS .
ftd X993.: $400 down $70 a month'. ..; TO DRINK? / ? '. '\Wl'1/03 tfnchg. f ELECTROLUXFILTER .NEW HOME-Gr. Rm. 10 Ac. $79.500.Owner. ..".
Call 964.5606.9/15 tfn THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS ,._y, I JBAVA-FHA( : ..). :I!iS:AXLES ft TIRES For mobile homes. Olin OWNER NN.-14'/s. A.. west of lewfisy

THREE.1 ACRE; ."O $101! SR'121i'trO' < ..r2fR WANT TO TOP* THAT'S OURS, I I. Conventional Financing, .."IM6bH.nHome-.SolesJ' ColI.964,5f,06.ji, QUEENS,. $15,000-3 BR Ireme en 2..lots (In-country. >.""*1/: .
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4. U.15. SQO V". $1> j xmjiih.r 44'Gf $; tfn'e' .t'69: 4'k 'a 'f:: 9'' '' i ViO ACM *H idar33E.$2,000 ""'
: fWT lC1 :; ?.l".I'i. : "'- !qb".n'1'W" '_ le.e* eots'''$84:8erfCHArAIN f. "''GOOD HOMITOL.REED bOBN.MAt1'B'" "..roMaq: ICfA;., -4.7' AC-Wllson Rd. &.230.... Own... f//;.. 11000.'
iig' :'I CONSTRUCTION -puppies, Take 'one. or all for' : 'free, We repair all makes MM 3/2 on 1 acre on 301. Many extras.
$ .OOO. $400 down and $70 month. 9 4-621f, ? 964.43 19 964-7376...Kpd 2/16 .II PLUS ACRES well septic. Edwards Rd.
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.' 9645606. 1/12 Ifn' 2O91Stpd517MOTORCYCLES .All Closing" 'Costs Paid MINI-MOTOR HOME 22' 27' CASH AI Young'sSince IARCE BUILDING LOT."""" Road.
HANDYMAN SPECIALS For'tole: 3 BR, 2 2/16. "
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BA M/H on on. acre In city of Sl rk.. 'l .: 1997 fVIMNOS. _
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Great location. Close $10,500 FIRM. MOBILE HOMES>: .I. .I z'z'Tgda LAV'."ounAW.*.....,. MVINOC1ASK/ .M....-?."
,Subscribe!) Starke 964.6918 'AU MUUINS. ...US NOVlt WARD M4-MM V
Ph. 1-824-1317 or ,J-372,2740. Keep try- FOR SALEA ''If. ...... WAVMSBOUOIASSTOMMY ..._
Ing. 2/09 tfn 1977 HONDA'' 6SOi Adult owner Low i ti l'l, .. -,1,'. Call Deb! 3 Milai north of SUACOONSYtSMIS, CHAST AIM tt4To -..i, I
r mileage. $750. 964 8640. 11/17 tfn 'f' ; -} ,: .set:6-305 Starke on US 301 ,:
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mar faring,.king and queen tears. Real used mobile homes. for sale, Walter ,
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." nits $1995. Coll 9646020. Itchg 2/16 ,(Bud) Alvorei\ invitee' you to come out t1":,"
FREE PUPPIES to good home.. Mixed, ,' I97J Z-1 ;900'KAWASAKh'S.e'1O ap and browse.. Highway 17. South. :tzi: !tif! ':M Cabinets ft Vanities.

breed-six w..ks old. CeII.964.4589 preclaf.;?$2000. Call 964.5289. -2/1'tfn" "'Polalka, Flat 325-9531. or328-46S23ln. '. :;' ,',l '-. .H. Jones New Cabinets Ad 'DeadIlne:,.

after 6 p. n. 1tpd2/16 Starke, call Roy Well*?964-32SU, 9/22. 1\ 'Buffdd3Trig'8 Cabinet Repair

.....+'s.. ..............iMe.+IAS+AM.+M9i..,.N MOBILE HOME ask for 10'';'''. $1993.2M6* Call.7B2.3907. : 1i. ;:::' i 64647 Land Clearing;! Formica Work $day ,Noon
; Sandra) Itpd .
964-BO
t. DIRT"'Sand : t !, . 964-4578
FILL :
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Plumbing. Repairs I Subscribes&vv / SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC. .. ,

I 468-1455 :.g.S.301 North:Stark.964.4414

State Licensed i HamptonAli..i e:1: for 'mod ''s. 'love PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS. ,
}.'.wrt+Pa..............+...+19..F9+.+111M9 I eMaklng room, new
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soy.$125:
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For Sale token ,' JOHN SCHMIDT -' C & C AAirti Stcfrqge "ter' 1930 W. Madison
being
$399'. Applicatlons.are.now: -944-6774, I Phone 964.6312

for Times-Union morning paper route. lawio I I IQUAI IIOUSIIII

or a If Bent fo, $30 month: Applicants.. must be' able to post a, 2oYVS0 tX3.99, t OPPONTUNn7Shop

Rent bond have reliable transporter+ .
cash
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Don't Be AStatistic. .
.Office. Furniture Lion and telephone, Apply .pt<<; ,1605 '
..Weekly Inquire at SutMki-Kaw s M of StsirkeHwy.
Ave .
.Monthly N. Temple 41,000: 't h ..w... "'FI.....tan. CASE 301 S. 64M20LONGCHAAAP ; zeiA'eST

eByYeor 964-5165 Excellent Prof.Its! Year. $9 million damage to ,, & Compare!!

homeowner. Don't let this Special Insurance for .
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The happento YOU.. .
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'Meb'lle Horn ,Call ,6.4.278 (Discount **.AJ'types of /
,IAMttl'PM' ," HOMES .R_'...
ELEGTRIC SERVICE POLES Pdrts < homeowners policies for
i Office Shop Mottaay*Saturday! mobile homes OLDER HOME.I

100 Amp. $1 65 200 Amp. $260ornpU Blankonshlp 964-5677 INC. front porches, beautiful.
for Quote *
110 W. Call Ava.loblo 'Chimney Svv .' Cal butt trees, 6
I < T*> rnitatlo 'qn SMI v io shady lot.
All S c icu wJlh M'alivOiicj.nnortjitilWdlflo 'Stark.' Florida Olln's' Mobile pecan trees find shop.

,964-5764 ; 468-1 187't0. ri, > titimotiMEEE VfeHDrHHfMji ,"3 Bedrpom, Brick Veneer Home"I I p Home' Sales 45000..EXCEPTIONALLY NI( .2

.1 V Bath; CH/A.-.- Carport Utility Room doublewlde
Elaine M. Olin.'Agent BR :2 I BA
", ., c, \ '1" pillHauled ? Carpeting: mobile home on 1.7 acre. '
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ERASFAUJKNER' l I
10x14 shelter, $23000.
'.. Rate "
." FastHob; ry, Starin'g'At! SPORTSMAN DREAM

a7 REALTY: ;Call Anytime' rU1ii Equip. ': Fish Sampson lake,
1304-2 Well; .tubn... camp
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$32,800; 2.72 ac.t 136ft, on Sampson
$
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slble septic, ele<.. '
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5 : : "Dfe&ons ,, Different Plans of Financing. poles In for fence.: KM Lakes bolt
L96+ 5I.: Q : Joy .., + e8 bar room, game room
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Xtfs I ,Interest Starting at 4% to 13%r. I tackle shop. living
1t.G, m..io- Ac. Farmette, :3
t )i I ; '' : ; .xx. ,,For'Information,Cell #327-3.22 I quarters,boats. klcker
1 !':. r BR,2 BA brick home. Fenced .ACREAGE 2'A'acres and
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rr.' o'. :.II' : .; '. ALT ..Z Term r I like new, Walk ,'il\: $2,000 a 14 AC-lawtey.per acre;and Beaui.tul up

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.. 'LOVEITfCCUNYRYSET11rMi'wYrrouml: < icy e pecan carpet, utll,, (carport. 6'2cvlyerlf., $2500!
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to' 'k'NICE New Ins iF P24Q '* SERVICE AU MANES ''SO ACRES w/Mobtt
CITY-Foul bulldlny ;" ,, y PrOdam rOk/r t .,.nee w/f4 stalls and.
r.ducad /oJ4.oo0. "!Clt ; HEA1t PUMPS Mom.,.Barn
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ENERCV UNIT tockroom. fenced :3 fgporches
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Don't be too hasty In pruning cold Frozen banana stalks and bird t>f' growth following the/ freeze.:"'' Cold damaKtjI uowtu uuua: will either
damaged plants such as hibiscus, paradise stems may be removed'as, drop;'from the plant or only partially
It this for freeze .
allamanda, polnsettia citrus, rubber soon as you can determine how much often takes long Open'showing a' brown center. Leaf
plant, philodendrons and others. The is dead.Banana stalks become brown damage to the-trunk to showup In the damage camellias will not be too
extent of cold damage in many Instances and soft when frozen. New-shoots will growth of the plant. In citrus, it! is lasting,as new leaves will come out In
cannot be distinctly ,,determined appear from the ground next spring possible to have,1 limited damage to spring and the old,damaged ones will'
until growth starts in spring. With bird of paradise there is no true the foliage and severe damage to the drop, from the plant.
trunk. Remember, too, that most
stem, only leaf stalks. These will turn
By pruning now, you may'cut 6ff- brown soon after freezing. You.may citrus is grafted and if the tree,is kill! J Keep plants as healthy as possibleand
live wood. Also, the leaves and stems remove them or leave them for ed'back below where the graft, was provide as much protection as
that are dead afford some protectionto the root system until spring.prodteeting .Jt made, the new shoots will again have you 'cap, during cold weather and
that not yet damaged. If you prune is very doubtful that bird of.paradise to.be grafted::or.elseyou'll get only chances are very little pruning of cold
this out, later freezes may do more plants which were killed back to the. small, poor. quality fruit from the damaged plants will be necessary.
damage than would have been done if ground will flower next spring or rootstock. So, if your citrus is killed However; ,'it all your efforts fail and
the dead parts were left on the plant.If summer. Following a 'freeze, it almost to the ground it will most probably you lose a plant, don't become
you do prune now,cover the part remaining generally takes from 12 to 15 monthsfor not grow,back to produce the discouraged. From a landscape!
during freezing weather to the'plants to flower again. kind of fruit it formerly produced. .standpoint it is better to mix the hardy -
protect it.Although. and tropical or tender plants so'
j jAI Freeze damage to citrus is not easy Damage to azaleas may be bud to that,(he,loss'of a few tropical plants
determine its since flower buds and stems. Flower effect of the land-
the entire top of name to in entirety, will not destroy the
to the trunk not show stems will show up at blooming time consider theenjoyment
damage up :
plants (rubber plant, philodendron may lCa planting. Furthers
(few or no flowers) and stem damage
others for several months following the cold can achieve grow-
poinsettla and ) may have been you
by death of branches in late spring or
killed by freezing, these plants may weather. Trees should be pruned as branches ing such a tremendous array of plantsthat
early summer. Dead azalea
extent of Florida.The loss
the
send up new shoots from the roots soon as possible-after are available in
should be occur.
next spring. Don't write the plant off damage has been determined. You pruned out as they of a.'few tropicals is no big problem.
until warm weather arrives, and they will know' as a rule,' what this Camellia .damage is probably.con Just'replace: them with one of the
have It rhnnce to renew thcnisHvM| damage is after the slN-ond flush of fined to flower, buds and leaf burn; thousands of other suitable plants.


Water Management District to meet soon. in ]Live 'Oak J I IThe


Suwannee River Water Live Oak. ministrati've' affairs .will be on.the 10'a.ml:; Land Acquisition Committee,
Air Force Management District Governing Staff reports concerning river agenda. at' 10:30; and Rules Committee at I.
specialist retires Board will meet Thursday, Feb. 16,at stages and floodplain management, Prior to the regular board meeting, 11:30.: :'All meetings. are. open to. the.
1 p.m. at the district headquarters in regulatory matters,contracts and ad- the Personnel 1 Committee will meet at public.
By Mark FrlecllinHCT
Staff Writer
Col. Donald KoreU retired recently
from the Air Force after :ill yeras of FLORIDA
outstanding service lie was WHY SETTLE FOR ANYTHING LESS?
presented the Legion of Merit. the nation's THEATREStarke
second highest peacetime
award vice. for exceptional meritorius ser 964-5451

Koretz has 23 years of experience in Fri. Sat. Sun.
the planning. development and ,
aquisition of Air Force electronic
systems and.was Systems Program H DOG
Director for the ultrasophisticatedAWACS
radar-surveillance planes for ..The Moviel I
NATO.In Raid: R
this capcity he personally guided
eighteen of the huge. converted Boe- SHOWTIMESPrldoy
ing 747 aircraft through the program 7:10-8:50: :
from inception through award of Sat., Sun. 5:30, 7:10: 8:50: .r
development. production and space
contracts to the delivery of the first
four aircraft.
He has also been involved in international 301 DRIVEINStarke '
negotiations as U.S. 4
representative for the NATO high 964-7484 .
level group on Airborne Early Warn-
ing and Control; development plann- Fit, Sat., Sun., Mon.SAWYER $ ; 23
ing as a Tactical C31 Planner; Headquarters H'
Air Force Systems Com :
mand; and project management as
Chief Telemetry Brance and as
Range Engineer for the Air Forces '
Eastern Test Range I "
Koretz -accepted a position as Iu PER MONTH
consultant for Arthur. D. Little Com- ,
for about
LEASE
y.48MONTH '
pany, Boston, Mass. ,
I He is married to the former Dolores '
McKnlght daughter of ArlinMcKttighy'of JE <: *010./)
; HtStarke' anr} $ 4ft' i ; .a .:3.2'wd3gaa'iP'' cu aui x',
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4 Automatic washing ., .
house The 'ilI1 Mileage PenallY over 60.000- 6'MIIV
cycles 3 water temps. Dryer warmest heating. to !. Lessee may have the optiorttd purchase the car.atleae-endat a.:' {:&'SSTii! ?' 1iiX'" .. .' '
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Everett E.Newsworthy 1 Methodist In Lake "
Church Butler wjth Funeral Home.
Everett 44, of 1 Rev:James Tynan Card of Thanks .i
officiating. Burial
Starke, died Wednesday, Feb. 8 In was In EUey Chapel Cemetery near LEta, the and Prayers love food, flowers,
Jacksonville following a suddeij u. Worthington Springs under the direc At the time of loss of a loved one a forever grateful. gifts God we will be
May bless
bless. tion of Archer Funeral Home of Lake family experiences shock and a sense of you. each Norman's Farm Produce has
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Born in Leesburg, Mr. Norsworthy 1 Butler. of loss that renders them helpless.;: .
was a liIeloqg* resident* Bradford Thank you God, for our family and I B.F.Celger Family .00 GREAT
County; had previously worked as a Leslie L. Libby Jf' friends. Without these,we don't know. Y. Op
welder with St. Regis Sawmill, and Leslie "Dick" Lindsay Libby, Jr., how we could have possibly made it : In Mtmtiry
was of the Baptist faith. 45, of Starke, died Wednesday at his through our grief at the recent loss of v
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. home after a brief illness. our mother. "Rev.In loving memory of my'husband, V If/J !!!!!
Teresa Ann Rosier Norsworthy of Mr. Libby served in the U.S. Air To all our friends, neighbors and J.C. Cannon, who departed this
life
Starke Feb. 18, 1974, to life
; four daughter, Mrs. Janet Force from lMO-1964 attended 100I relatives, we thank you deeply and vail. a beyond the
Norsworthy Lake Butler, Miss Bar- in Bradford County and graduated in sincerely for the love you showed us The sweet memories finger in
bara Norsworthy,Miss Lisa Norswor- 1959; was of the Baptist faith; was my mind. No one can fill the space. I
thy, and Miss Miranda Norsworthy, employed ,as an Occupational through your words of comfort; gifts "loved you but God loved you best. Rock .
of food and flowers. We will $
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all of Starke; three sons,Jessie"Bud.dy" Specialist for the Bradford-Union Vo /-Mra.F.lDoraC8nnonwlf. .I19 .
forget your support. Shrimp . .
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Norsworthy of Auburndale.Fla., Tech Center at the time of his death. To our dear friend, Don' Denton, .b. ,
Everette Norsworthy and B.J.: Survivors Include' his wife ".:' .
whose eulogy of our beloved mother 'In
Norsworthy, both of Starke; his Charlene Evans Libby of Starke; his was indeed very comforting, and ; MemoryRefnemberWhen. Catfish 99C
mother,Mrs. Myrtlce Marie Sweat of parents Eva Burney Libby and Jones Funeral Home, especially .':I, ...' . *
Lawtey; two sisters, Mrs. Wanda Leslie J.. Libby, Sr., both of Starke; Steve Futch, who made such a lovely. '' rr '
Crawford of Lawtey and Mrs. Faye two sisters Mary Louise Schiller and service possible, you have .our' ; '' Romombor whon wo were born?
Griffis of Auburndale; one brother Joan Hall of Starke; two brothers Trout. j39Appalachicola.
deepest and sincerest 'Romombor whon with' ?
John Noraworthy of Jacksonville and .Charles Robert Libby of Orlando and thanks..always. Remember whon you played ut thoro . ..
woro always
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three grandchildren. John of .'
Libby Fresno Calif. ,
Til*Children of when wo needed you? ..
Funeral services were held at 2 'Funeral services will be held Fri- MoryUtfWoM frortingti Romombor when titwcaa bad along 10.50Big

p.m. Saturday, Feb. Jl, in the DeWitt'C. day,Feb 17.at 10:30: a.m. in the First '"-; : .'"' DobUoRicky'endTommy with tho good? Oysters . . . . . M I!'
Jones Chapel, with Rev. Hoke S. Baptist Church with Rev. Ben Bryant Wo remember whon'you.w.r...h!r.. with ., .
O'Berry officiating. Burialwas in and Rev. Harry B.Booker officiating. ,.f "*; "' -. .
Long Branch Cemetery, Maxville Burial will follow in Crosby Lake -.- --- "'
Card of ThanksThe Wo romombor you wont on. Bonus Buys In... ,
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under the direction of Jones Funerai Cemetery under the direction of Archie night; but novor did roturn.Romombor ,

Home,514 E. Nona St., Starke. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. family of Virginia "Genny" When, Romombor. Whon PRODUCE

Thomas L. Norwood. Sr. Mrs. Janet L.Somnitt Geiger would like to express their' Romombor Whon.... ,
In Remembrance of our Father:
thanks and appreciation to all who 4'
Thomas Laramore Norwood Sr., Mrs.Janet Lei Somnltz, 23, of Max- John Alexander Cum mlng Jr.
86, of Melrose died ville died Thursday Feb.9 were helpful in so many ways duringthe .
Saturday at following. illness and 'death. of Genny. Who died on February JI, J983
Alachua a brief illness. '
General Hospital Urestaftof / The Children: FLORIDA
Special thanks to the Bradford -
Gainesville, following Mrs. Sotnnitz was a graduate Ed
an extended U-
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and Jorry Batty
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lness White High School In Jacksonville and, Dr. County Cienki,Hospital and to,Archie Dr. Tanner Vorenlco;Rowland Myra Xovlor, TOMATOES. . . .
Born in Lakeland, Mr. Norwood was \ at Jones College.She '
moved to Melrose 32 years ago from was studying to be a court reporter. FARM FRESH
Jacksonville. He was a retired' Survivors include her husband Collard Greens $150
engineer with Florida East Coast Gene C, Somnitz; one son, Randy INCOME TAX SERVICEJ.E. : '} BchNorman's
Railroad; was a member of Faith .Somnitz; one daughter..Regina Som
Presbyterian Church of Melrose, Ris- nitz,all of Maxville; her mother,Nor- ,. i
ing Sun Lodge No. 8 F & AM and the ma Wheatley of Lawteyc' two .' Milligan Accounting Services
Scottish Rite Bodies of Ft. Scott Kan- brothers, John '
sas and the Mirza Shrine Temple of River and Darrell Crane of Lawtey; Farm Produce
Pittsburgh, Kansas, the Keystone one, sister. Leslie Wheatley of Monday thru Friday' .
Heights Shrine Club and Keystone' Lawtey; her maternal grandmother,
Heights Chapter 279 Order of Eastern Ruby Hodsdon of Jacksonville. Evening & Weekend Appointment And Seafood

Star and an honorary member of the Funeral services were held Saturday -, .
U.S. 301 964-6071 Starke
Fleet Reserve of Gainesville. ; Feb. 11, at 11 a.m in the Chapel Amortization. SchedulesNEXT North
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. of the Archie'Tanner Funeral Home.: \
Lillian Norwood; one daughter;Alma Burial was in Riverside Memorial"'
Eddy both of Melrose; and one son,. Park Cemetery, Jacksonville: TO POST OFFICE 964-8693 '

Larry Norwood of McLean. Va.;;' .'
seven grandchildren, and seven great ... -

grandchildren. L ". .0/ :. .
Funeral services were held at:2 "
p.m.Tuesday at graveside at Melrose When
Cemetery with Dr. James R. Neale, youbecome

Jr. officiating. Melrose Lodge No...89 The !Office. Shop in ,conjunction .
F&AM conducted graveside rites. In '
lieu of flowers, those who desire may I a

contribute to the Shriners Hospital, with Video( Barjri in i
Crippled Children, c/o Morocco Tern* -..
pie. P.O. Box 52083.Jacksonville, FL member
32201. Jones Funeral Home' ,of ; we
Keystone Heights was in charge of ar- ... ,

rangements. .
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Mrs. Jessie Samtel Baker, '81, of ;
LakeJPutler:died Sunday night at the : '
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,. Lake Shore Hospital, Lake City after : :;i i ,'
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an extended Illness. .,. .,". ,, ,. '.. .' ,
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Butler'in 1969. She was a retired ': ,
beautician and had owned a beauty
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salon in New York City. She was a FREE
member of the First United Methodist : : ; : ,

Church, of Lake Butler: .
Survivors include three sisters. : one night

Mrs.Mrs. Bell Alma Scaff Mizell of.Worthington of Lake Butler Sprtags : : ;i ", : .

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receive the training, ;..students .. ;: &:r:' .: Home; :Movies' with If'J: l::" .

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man Tandy Rice uald this Is that Clower had a better Job then he. Glower's faith. If fact,Rice said .W:JiI \ 1
how complicated his contract, now 15 Rice went home to FranklinTenn." :' treated;as one of Cl wer's own tfbt\ M !
, years old, is to country music ehter- and wet surprised to receive' a ly. w< I, !
1! tainer Jerry Clower. .telegram saying, "Brother Rice: I 2) Family: Cfower: has been nail" i;. '
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s.: ,1! salesman with a reputation' for his and barrel" Come back t9'. Yntoo, 3) Tandy.. Rice and business. Ric& : ,, ( ) ,',:-:
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1, :/i traveled to Yazoo, MWs. in the Meat partnerships don't work, Rice that the priorities are in the correct :"
', Mississippi Delta country 19 years pointed out talking to a crowded order as far as he Is concerned. (l ,1'I( J
.ago to offer a' partnership deal to room full 01 Chamber of Commerce Clower decided early on to visit t .::;
:'.. Clower.' whose firm then was selling officials, Bradford High Band small towns,and record his records. ''' / ,'
', Boosters, and in the In small towns. Clower and ; ; 1
: ;r:; $350 million in fertilizer a year and guests meeting Rice;a re : < / ;
', Clower ,Western Steer SteakhouseiBut, Rice small town people, Rice and '
! was supervising a staff of 34, stressed : .
''f'" $ salesmen. --.. ;, said, he and Jerry. have. .pever.had,a feel at home In places such as Starke >V ] !: : : ",(i;!
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is '; time, but Rlce'went along.',. Rice offered 1)) His religion, which, is an uncom- Boys. Because .of his sales position; ';. '' '
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; Bradford-Union Neighborhood Girl to those Cadettes Abrams, Mindy' Hersey, Nicole'I'r '. '
r.; Scouts will all be together to celebrate .who made the. Bradford Middle Johnson Kim Dukes and 'Sarah
;' their annual Thinking Day this Saturday .School A-B honor roll,. Shannon Smith, we are proud of you all. I GATOR
-j, at, the First-Methodist Church in. ',;.',;.., l J
,),! \ Starke from 8:30 a.m. to noon. : ; ''I
';: Thinking Day is February 22 but we < .

!:,.;",,\ wilt(Feb.be 18)celebrating with .an international a few days .early wide 1'A', .('Special_ fhanksto ',' ,,', .,, : ', Formerly Adkins Feed" > I

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Irr/ game. Each scout will learn' games, 'I '" "'1 \ "
I\\)> songs more'about 1....:; out Field Director the ':
". own Marta Wyatt, K r' I. ,' ,' ',I II
( :\ who was a Girl Guide,in Mexico, learn, (Owndd"byt Fred Mueller; Alligator Creek Ranch) '
I ":''. a craft from. Mexico and one from 1(. CHAMBER COMMERCE, i i' "
Refreshments will be' treats' ,
l:": baked the scout troops of recipes ". Won., Tues. Wed.., Thur. -" Fri. & Sat. ,
I"i,"'. from nil over the world ;end for -a' ; PRESS, WPXE tl ','f, 8:00 till'6:00'FRM'
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',' your nickles and enjoy the and "
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t :;, Parents 'are also invited to this : I
event. ve.yourcout there, ,.: All ,who, promoted: supported f the, ,, ,
/'\' by 8:30: for the opening,'re lstratlon' ,
\'" and a flag ceremony, by Senior'Troop JERRY CLOWER SHOW, ', ,. '
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i Adult weekend has been changed!to"
r May 18 at Camp Kateri. The April Bradford High School: ,
'.: date we had planned to go was taken, ri.t ''I Feeds '
so we are re-scheduled,which may be; Band, Boosters '
warmer and perhaps more can go at if' \ Fresh:
that time.Another. Weekly .
change, in our scoui
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Charles E. Crawford arrested RADIAL, BELTED' get= _
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probation fined 2000. P18S/80R14 . .'. 41.95 P165/8QB13 J. 26.95 1 ,,. '' f
", Rickey Hawkins arrested.May 16 '
P195/75R14 . '. 42.95 P195/75B14 31.95 Cash Rebate
I'., for battery of a law enforcement of-- 'P205/75R15 :. . 46.95 "P205/75B15 ... 33.90'P2t575R15

guilty ficer and sentenced aggravated'to one year batters in c, 'pled unty'jaiul . ... . 47.95 'P215175815 34.95 ON THE SPOT
after serving 90 days to be placed 'P225/75H15 . . 48.95 P225/75B15 : 35.95 I i
.. on probation and made restitution: 'P235/75R . . 49.95 P235/75B15 ., 38.95 THIS WEEK ONLY y'' -
.. !:,to hospital and pay,$130,attorney fee. .. II -- ,
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,:,) made restitution.Manuel :301 South '(Next to Wendy) 'Steer & Swine kids.... wo have the perfect feed to finish, off

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