Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Developer Requests City

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Install Sewer, Water Lines

The cost to developer Albert When his proposal was approved
Longchamp to lay water and sewer Longchamp saiu the city did not request
.- r lines for Knight's Subdivision was that he install six-inch lines.
voluntarily taken under study by the 1 Longchamp Indicated he would
streets committee Tuesday night at completely scrap the project if the
the regular city commission meeting.In cost estimates are too high. He
the 15-minute meeting, estimated cost per lot to install the
Longchamp requested that the city lines would be around $700. That costIs
wiM. give him an estimate on how much It added on to the selling price of the
wMa.a. .M- '" I ; '' would cost per lot for the city to lay
\ ( six-inch water and sewer lines..Two- lot.City Clerk Merrill Edwards said at _
Inch lines are already there the meeting the city does not have the
Longchamp said, however, the city is manpower to lay water and sewer
now requesting the larger lines to( pro- lines.
n.s l vide for the installation of fire Edwards said the men assigned to
l + hydrants. those departments are always busy
'st a r. l"tie 'ter t :: Longchamp Indicated his firm did and would not have the time to lay
; ... r a K not customarily lay sewer and water lines. Edwards also said the city lacks
lines. He also pointed out that if the city the equipment to lay the lines.A .
agreed to do tho work, he would ad-
vance money to the city to pay for the
lines. similar issue two years ago caused
yp 11 r To" 6 7" t r l When the replatting of a ruckus among commissionerswhen
Longchamp's subdivision behind the city agreed to lay water and
Powell's Dairy Freeze on US-301 was sewer lines for developer Gerald Grif-
accepted by the city zoning board it fis in the Parkwood Subdivision.
was stipulated that Longchamp pave Edwards warned the city was
the streets, install sewer and water violating a city ordinance saying taxpayers -
Ii Iit. lines, renumber the lots and install are not responsible for com-
street lights. mercial development costs.
t. Longchamp agreed to the condi- Commissioner Vernon Silcox said
t.I tions, but he said the city now Is requesting at that time the water tap-in fcc
I: that he Install the water and (around $600 per resident would
It's (Home... sewer lines from his property out to more than defray the cost to the city
'' US-301 from Clark Street. "I don'teven Silcox also Indicated the city had hern
I ) Willie Dell, 77, lives by himself In an old ramshackle house off Old Lawtey of an Indoor bathroom and a completely new' ikltchen. Willie says he's real' happy own that property out to furnishing lines in the past and there
Road. The house Is about to undergo some major changes such as the Installation about prospect of having a "new" home. 1 US-301." was no reason to refuse! Griffis.

J I Old Homes Don't Die, They're Just Re novated '


by Ines Davis money is used in conjunction with the minor repairs, 27 are in need of major Cplj1V
BCTstaffWrlter HUD grant for housing rehabilita structural improvements \\
The old ramshackle house tits In tion. FmHA gives loans at percent "It's hard to believe how some of
the middle of a mini-Junkyard and has Interest, which means an individual the these people are living-you would
been there since before Willie Dell loan of $1,000 would be paid back at just have to see it," said Linda Day,
moved in 20 years ago. $8.77 per month. community development. block grant
77 now, Dell lives by hlrnselfHt's Awarded on a competitive basis, coordinator. : ; tiCeJ I
been six years since his wife died. A factors considered are demographics, Hard to believe are homes with no rgrap1st
I retired barber, Willie lives on a social the selected areas of blight, the pro- indoor plumbing, gaping holes In the
security income of $208 a month, in a gram's plans, and the impact the program floors, wiring that is outdated and
house that was. built before indoor will have on the worst areas. hazardous, and dilapidated roofs.
i plumbing was commonplace. The grant requires 100 percent Improvement Willie's house( for example, will
on the targeted area, Mrs. undergo major structural revisions.The .
The tiny house is crammed full of kitchen will be torn down and
Day explained.
old furniture and memorabilia. Thereare Initial application for the HUD rebuilt. A bathroom will be built the : The'Sweete Strawberries This Side of HeavenSTARKE
no closets so Willie's clothes are grant was made by Jim Lucas, electrical wiring completely redone
hung everywhere. The peculiar odor engineer with Bessant, Hammock & and insulation Installed,and that's on- 10tst Year FLORJI25 Cents Copy
that permeates the house is from the Ruckman. That brought in the firstyear's ly part of the work to be done. 3Ist Issue Thursday February 2t, 191111 USPS 1162-1011
makeshift Indoor toilet and the of used for Now I's wife "
grant $300,000, ( maybe can git me a ,
foodstuff, including garbage, stacked- street, sewer and drainage im said Wills with his toothless grin. -..
everywhere In kitchen. provements. When Mrs. Day joinedthe Admitting that some homes wouldbe
With no running water, Willie city a little over 13 months ago better off torn down completelyand By Property Appraisers
draws his water from a well out back.; she continued the efforts, and recently have another home built in its
He's lived like this for 20 years and Starke was ranked highest in the place, Mrs. Day said that's just not, x.
the prospect of having his home ren-, state. Mrs. Day's efforts are largely the way federal government works. .
novated and indoor plumbing line.installed responsible for,that ranking, which "When we have to spend more than Petition Drive Launched
him feel "mighty she pointed out with a smile ensure $12,000 on a home it would be much
Renovation of the deteriorated that Starke will continue to receive better to just tear it down and start > .
house will cost approximately 12,000 HUD monies. over," Mrs. Day said, adding "but' ,.' ..... -- '; > .
.and will begin in March* said com3. -. thai JOO do7," I f. .' "" '
To reach percent! improve whatt can yet
... tnunity grants coordinator-binda '- ll-F' 65'Pt 'AssessmentI.evel' -
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ment, Mrs, Day Mitf worTlrYlfie Reh'o Mn:Day said overall the srroel"arr.c.has *"
Day. Part of the monies-$2.200-ls
area-just on homes-will continue for had a tremendous response compared X ,
coming from a Farmer's Home Administration the next six: years. to other communities, which,
( grant, and $9,900 Is comIng "We have plans to go into other she attributes to the high community Bradford County Property Ap the Department of Revenue has indicated .
of AssessmentThe
out of the$310,000 Housing and Ur- blighted areas around Starke, but participation in the area. Jimmy Alvarez has joined thai all tax rolls must !hi' increased -
,ban Development grant. forces with other Florida appraisersin Governor's proposal maintainsthe to full just value for I4HH! Tin..
The HUD grant is specifically for art attempt to gather the 255,000 constitutional mandate of "full means that assessments Would Increase
small metropolitan areas and coun- just value", This is not to be confused
voter'signatures necessary to place a from 10 to 70 percent depending
ties, Mrs. Day said. Monies are used with the level of assessment.
constitutional amendment on the present on the count ies' present levels ol
for improving particularly November's 1 deteriorated areas within the com- setting thestate's assessment re- taken a conservative interpretation of petition proposal Is for u B.1: percent
munity. The $310,000 grant Starke quirement at percent of "full just the "just value" concept. level of assessment 1'hl81111111
received Is going for housing, value", rather than the 100 percent The Department of Revenue has be 65 percent of the "full just VII I lit'".
rehabilitation, $150,000; street im advocated by.Gov. Bob Graham. projected that county assessmentsnow not 65 percent of the present ussesseils
provements, $95,000; recreatior
average about 67 percent state-
rehabilitation, $15,000; and code en Alvarez's action followed a meetingof wide. As directed by the Governor, .e Assessments' Page 2 v
forcement and administration the Florida Property Appraisers
50000. Association in Tampa last week
Mrs. Day explained that FmHlTHURSOAY.FEB.il we where appraisers reaffirmed their
support of the 65 percent figure after PROPOSITION FOR TAX RELIEF"
,>t tt speculation that they might com CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PETITION fOKM
tIlir! mOWn QirtrrL! promise with the governor on a figure

somewhere between their.65 and his HMMAddim."A ____________ ___ ,...1... No. _
100. N.... Aa It Appear on V,4I11g Boll)
Alvarez''said he'would launch the

L local drive for 65 this week by placinga (SUM....d....,CII,. SUM,Zip Cod)
copy of the petition in The
County .. Cealonal l District _
Telegraph and asking readers to clip, T :
,,,+1 I am a... sign, and return the petition form to mont to tfca Florida Conkritwrion. en. tho ballot I In rho _...1.........to bo hold N............ I980i
P.O. Box 250, Starke 32091. He also I I. Arttato VII. Section, 4 to amondod to loodi i t
plans to make the petition forms Toaster AMMmnt*,-bV Qonoral law. ,raaVariont: iholl b. prowrlbod which ball _d-.tafmlna |lid.
available in the Bradford valwaHen af all' .praparty IIP ..". *mm laiipHim, pr. l...<.. Pfoyld' 'd Mat property hall fao au.it>d for odvajorfitijejiarton
J of o3%of itjjuiljj' ando
Center and possibly other locations In j-1 o, "Agricultural' -land or* randuMd" .M.wlvaly'for, Ion eomnnrclol 1 rocrtatlorKil) .purpoMt may bo.kn"..... b,
the county. oonaro..taw and weed lololy 0 on th* both af. __oar or ui roNdo. that wh.n to clcmUlod' ixehPfop4)rtyiholl .
The following statementwas b.m..- (for ad votoformanQtioo, at 65% gfjli?g &n'.O'*fbojoctci onjf_ m "
prepared (b) hnuant to ...... law tana'bio parMNial praperty hold fof tal.* at soak In trad and II,...... may bovohMcLfer
released by Alvarez, summarizing hwatlon af a teodHod pcrcMtoao ol IM valiw.Arrkt .
and comparing Gov. Graham's 11. VII,'Sand.. 9 It amondod: lo add wbt. ctlon (e).follow.u,
,' proposals taxes (c) I ln.addlHon to tho llmltgrioni Impond bv cvubtoction fbl of iii, notion. countiM. whool I.,
concerning property
'pofliIm ond tpoclal diUrkts tho 11 0. tf y.gaJfpjJMjir, jaMOf frx o'pofoUnqi purPOMM oxclu.1 v. ojf toiio.; iltvpo.odrupon
and the for :
f ": petition a constitutional lmpfov im>rtr, toi rao rproperty y new conduction that aro mbmct to o.MMmttnr'fb> tho tirtfHm. ;
: EXPLORERS YOUTH CLUB t amendment concerning property ... which .xcMd by BWO Hion 3 tho od voTor.i.1. tox.s ,..1.. ,sir op4irotif.a purooMi ,far th. nloryoorT .
Meets at Masonic Lodgeat taxes which has been initiated by the :: unl.u *uch kvy ha* t ova
t :\\;, '1 7:00 P.M. Appraisers of Florida 111 This amK.dm;;;; ; 1,1', Property : for tho year. 1911 and each poor rhtrrofm.PIMM .

-. :. 'o,' ,,. SPECIAL MEETING ',The emphasis of ,the proposals
: ., ; LAWTEY CITY HALL centers around three basic 55www
,-: "-Ii'. ( 810 Ac It Appawi a*Voting Roll)
Concerning New ((1) Level of Assessments. "
x ry Sewer System <(2)< ) Limitations on Tax Increases CUp Sign and Return lo: CODING, Word. |n ",,,_ ,"-. _
; (t3'> Provisions( for. exceeding these P.O. Box 250 Starke, 1.32091) I .? d"....... from oKiuin., i.w.'wordlunderilntd
t t ara wMIUonsMOTti '
t ,' SATURDAY.FEB.23 r4 taxing limitations. loetloa lot. .to> BUcUo.1 Law U Ie t unlawful to .....,...,sign. a pals:..mora than ono Un..
'l : H.ilbron Spgs. Volunteer

ii; : v: McCarthY'1 Fire Department Garage .i1C Reddish Named School Business Manager I

.: e a.m.to work on Ilre truck

,-I' ., : This Nerds Some RE'habllitatioll. BIAS Instructor Mike Reddlsh's appointment Reddish is a Bradford High .Approved the appointment of Bud
I'a,, FLEA MARKET Home In where the heart b.. but surely Millie IMP heart unit body Will b,' as business manager of the business instructor with 11 years experience dy Paterson assistant principal at
; !'t;" BY' BHS Band held. much more comfortable ,.h".IIa. rfrvmalinii 10 begin In :March In flnl;''',,''. his Bradford school system was approved -' but has never been an ad- the middle school as principal at
tii I' BHS Parking Lot home' will rout about .$I2: . ::," ., '.. '10 a.m. lit 5 pm., Kurinrr'H Home \dmlnlnlriilhin und the. rilv'tt '::1111,1""' limning! und "I'rhun. Feb. 18, by the school board. master's degree in business and is replacing Mrs. Rocena Santanglni.
'k. 11t'\"loplllt'nl. certified in both administration and who is taking year's leave of absence
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The assignment came after a supervision.The due to illness.
t.i :../ Theressa Fin D.pt. Reno was the obvious choice,'"Mrs. "The Concerned Citizens of Bradford month-long'I8r1 of meetings between board told Casey to either find

,. h .. '' Begins.tS:30 p.m Day explained.Of County i Ireally pushed for the school board and Supt. Tom i an applicant to fit the qualifications Administratively transferred on a
r; Theressa Community Ctri ( thte..nd..now.) many people hear Casey to iron out job qualificationsand .or lower the qualifications so peoplein temporary basis, Billy McRae, coun-
: f I 1.. the 319 homes (n the Reno area of about the program from their to advertise. the, altered )re- the local school system could app- ty music Instructor for elementary
/ "' ELKS LODGE Starke, 169 are in some need of neighbors or members of CCBC," quirements.The ly, or to advertise out of the area for schools, to replace Paterson as assistant -
'i Cook Your Own r"palr--37 of which have been said Mr.Day, : board declined to act Jan. 21 on. someone who could qualify. principal at the middle school.
-:.G7 ; :. Steak Supper targeted for repair under this first There been no>shortage of Interested Casey. recommendation to i I lower Casey came back at a tepeclaf 1 The position is currently being adver-
':30 p.m.TUESDAY. year of the housing rehabilitation pro- applicants/. fact, there are qualifications for. business manager.; meeting Feb. 3 with a recommendation tised with the following qualifications
: :gram. Ten of those homes need only too Not everybody establish for assistant alter the
many-applicants. OR to a position an to qualifications to open stipulated on the position vacancy
; r .; FEB.20BRADFORDCOUNT't. can qualify, but the program has also superintendent Casey said M'd the business manager's job to any, form: "A combination of training and
f. .. .,j, been hit by Inflation. all of the 27 had no suitable applicant. school administrator with two years experience equivalent to possession
",' '' ZONING BOARD .',,-. Index..." r homes ,targeted for repair 'can be 4 j 4taabl to- get the board to lower experience. The board approved adding of master's degree and three years
t: ,, Meeting 7130 p.m'j r, repaired,because of the rising con .qualifications, Casey first recommended : The two years, of field experience teaching experience. Florida certification
::: ," I' 8 C Court Heuse : Two; Sections. ?..' struction1 costs.She estimated only 75 Reddish Jan.,'24 after. th*>i may be satisfied by 'certification in, administration or administration
: ,".'. SECTION At percent of.the homes targeted wouldbe school board had Insisted that SuptaCasey1 In the area. of school ad-i 1 and supervision." Certification
: ..". News .. .. . . Pages 1A-3A finished. by the end of the fiscal move to flU the post, vacant, ministration. in administration and
: i I Courtesy or Society. ,. .. ,Pages I47Aeditorial. since last September after the 'Then the post had to be advertised supervision requires Rank II certificate
., ..,,,-' . ,Page 4A Appllcatlonl* are coming In at the resignation of former business 'using the new' "altered" qualifications. era ma ter' .
JACKSON BUILDING Legal'*4V Real E.t . ...,., .f A ,rate of two or three a week, said Mrs. manager Eddie Douglas.' Four applications were received !degree!
,.'. School Lunch Menus, .'a.. lOA Day. "It's hard to explain 'to some The board refused to act on the Jan. after the change was advertised.. Applications are being made to
SUPPLY Of Sta (. \.. SECTION Ii people that we can't get to their house 24 recommendation, saying Reddish, At the Feb. 11 meeting,Casey again, Principal Dewey McKinney. They i
,Hwy 301 8. 964e078Kayatona News. ,v .. .,. . .. ...,.. .IB. right. away' because of out; priority did not<< meet the qualifications which ''recommended Reddish, and the o through Supt. Casey to the
Halahle ,sports . . ...,.. B-B..SSObltuarlet Ifet : called for ,". minimum of two years board unanimously approved.In boar Supt. Casey usually give administrators
Hwy toe And !/1.A 114>. .. ...."h.' ...;,.;:. ...SB "Wre trying to reach the disabled experience In work directly related to other F.... is action on ads; freedom to choose their t
473.4973'. /, Classifieds .. j->:.w.3,'...*...'..,.,,".. See Old Homes,;: ..*;. M school business: management--, :mlnlstraUv* personnel, the board.v own assistants.r' }

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I ............... News Briefs '"'''.:.''I'''. \J Bradford-Union; ; :Realtor Bohrd. Receives. Charter' at; -Banquet

'I'The Bradford-Union County Board 'Ban lW said the'It'lorldq 7. r. !Spmideni; 'of Die li7o Ida.Association associate' representative on the
FSP Escapees day by a train at the JacksonvilleSeaboard pit I Realtors' Inc.., .described as tion .Is .the second largestYlnj IiW< l of Realtors, assisted' BanshaT to the board. .
Coastline Railroad yard, ''Florida's 84th and youngest board", nationnation with a total ot I.80Q ceremonies) and stressed the need of 1' rjfce Bradford-Union County board
Captured SundayTwo fracturing both legs. 'received list charter Thursday night boards with some 58,000 member > Iheroalton"to align themselves with a composed of 48 members formed
Richard Thomas of Sampson Lake. :Feb. 14,at a dinner In the Starke ColiCountry' "This charter grants the right to be people in other professions who have from a coalition of Bradford realtors
escaped Florida State Prison was in the process of unlocking a gate ft Club attended 135 known henceforth as a board'-of the same problems we do." who were formerly members of the
inmates were captured Sunday when a train car rolled out of an industry and
and guests Clay-Bradford board Union
realtors and officials
members each active member to Other realtor and real estate
morning-Just 48 hours after their.ape31A track, said a spokesman for Parker C Banztwf, president of the be known as a realtor" Ban haf said attending the charter banquet County realtors who were former
miles from the prison in a SCRR.There witnesses to the '
no )
were 'Florida Association of Realtors word members of the ColumbiaUnionCounty
; stressing that the "realtor" has included William H. Lippoldt Jr.. executive
wooded area.Murder accident presented the charter to Cecelia T become a valuable of Florida Board. The formation of the
asset standing vice president
convict Evans Curtis Martin taken to St. Vincent'sHospital
Thomas was ) Terwlllegar. of the more than a year ago and
president hitch code of ethics In real estate Realtors and Virginia Bishop of Lake new groups
Jr.,30. and William Lewis Lawley, in Jacksonville where he re- Bradford- Non board and termed the dealings "as well as justice and fair vice chairman of the Florida the presentation of the charter last
33, serving 70 years for various drug mains in stable condition. "a occasion week was the culmination of monthsof
banquet very great -the play, promoting and safeguarding the Board of Real Estate. Fred Davis.pa.t ,
convictions were apprehended No other information on Thomas start ot something big tnat will grow best interests of our state" president 'of the Bradford-Clay effort to meet the strict re-

house without near struggle CR-229 in an on old the abandoned Bradfordand was available at press time. to be something even,better." George M. Unville, District I vice Board of Realtors, was a co-host. quirements boards. Imposed on realtor

Union County line said Thomas Charter officers taking the oath of

Barton. chief correctional officer at office at this time were: Cecelia Ter- Included among the guests atten-
more on...

FSP Authorities had sealed off the North Old Homes ....from Pag ,'1 ,;:.............!...f...... .................. vie willegar.president president: Susan; Ralph Faulkner Bryan, ding numerous the charter officials presentation from Clay Bradford were-

Florida area where the fugitives were ,secretary and Delano Thomas
Union Counties well
found and had been tracking the convicts elderly and handicapped first" said J When contractors go into a home to Hire.' Day ''makes that effort by treasurer. Charter directors are: and section of business, as and as across
with dogs through the underbrush Mrs. Day adding they qualify for 100 do the work they; must finish in 30 counseling people on energy conservation Lillian Pearson, chairman; Vernie and women from professional these
over the weekend. Both percent granls.Application days to keep the Inconvenience to financial counseling and tells Odom Jane Usher and Paul men
escapees had been considered can be made for 100 dwellers at a. minimum,. Mrs. Day them how to maintain their home. Faulkner. Steve Simmons Is realtor areas. .
dangerous, according to prison officials percent grant, 100 percent loan or said. --f
partial grant and loan. Income level '
Martin and Lawley, who worked at determines which category the applicant Three contractors have been doing
the prison garment factory escaped falls into. the work and negotiation Is used
early Friday morning by cutting The program operates on a first- rather than lowest bid. "We had contractors -
through two fences and fleeing along come first-serve basis and about 99 undercutting each other andit
the New River It is not known what percent of persons applying fall into resulted In problems" said.Mrs.
device was used to cut the fence. the partial loan, partial grant Day about the use of bidding.
Guards at the garment factory category. Mrs. Day evaluates each
discovered within 10 minutes the inmates situation taking Into account credit Gerald Griffis.J.J.: Jones: and Lake
were missing, said prison officials history of the applicants income level Homes are the principal contractors
and the condition of the house.She ad- for the housing rennovation.
Barton said the dogs had lost the mits that a subjective evaluation of Trudy agreed having her house ren-
tracks Saturday because Inclement the individuals plays a part in the application novated was Inconvenient but now
weather but law enforcement officials review. she's quite pleased with her "very n
intensified their search. "I had checked Once the applicant meets the comfortable home.
that old house a few hours beforewe criteria the paperwork shuffle
captured them," said Barton indicating begins-Mrs. Day said about 20 forms Another aspect of the housing
the inmates had been inclose have to be put together and it takes rehabiHtiation program is the self- Fleetwood Mobile Homes
proximity to the house which is on anywhere from two weeks to two the plan.This,Mrs Day noted,is for
Tom Larkin's land. months to start actual work. homes in need of only minor
But for the inconvenience Involved repairs. Residents are taught how to
Martin was convicted in 1974 of kill- some, 10
ing an Ocala resident Randolph Can- in having a home renovated fix up their homes themselves-and \
non, 60, while the victim was eating is well worth It. how to maintain it once the work Is
lunch in his mobile home. Martin Trudy Kelly a 55-year-old disabled done."You're. STONE RIDGE
barged in and shot him in the back of widow, smiles broadly as she shows
the head. Police said there was no apparent off her newly spruced-up home. With going to have some people
motive. grant monies from FmHA and HUD that abuse any kind of program there
Martin was sentenced to life imprisonment Trudy's home was completely Is," said Mrs. Day but she makes an \
with a minimum term of rewired insulated paneled and Indoor effort to ensure that once the renovation
25 years before becoming eligible for plumbing was installed among work is done the.home will stay CROWNPOINT I
parole.Lawley. other structural and cosmetic ren- in good condition. I
who had from jiovations. ,
One home repaired was condemned
Ga. after being Mrs. Day explained that plumbing
prison in Odom con-
the owners living with relatives,
and electrical wiring are'priority
victed of robbery, later was
sentenced in Jacksonville to a items for housing renr""vatlon. Work because the roof had collapsed.house The Several With Fire !PlacesSavings
home now looks like a new and
for is then done on the foundation, roof
99-year term a pharmacy robbery.An
has a sprightly coat of paint to announce -
appeals court threw out exterior and interior walls. Cosmetic
Lawley's conviction in 1978, but two repairs such as paint and screens are its re-entry Into the habitable All Units
home On
also done.
years later he was convicted of seven
drug counts and received a 70-year


more on... Assessments
Fire Destroys HomeA ....from Page 1
house in Heilbron Springs nor- value. The primary advantage of this The Governor's proposal could
thwest of Starke, burned down last 65 percent level is that it will help to become effective for 1980; however
Wednesday morning when its occupant off-set inflation. For example\ property the proposals outlined in the petition HOME CENTER
threw kerosene Into the wood values increased 10 percent as will become law for 1961 if approved
heater.. compared to the previous year, only by the voters in November.
The occupant. Dolly Powers was 85 percent of that increase would be
not hurt. Bradford County Volunteer added to the tax roll assessed values.In .

Fire Chief Harry Green said the other words, the assessments....
heater blew up and the entire, house ',would only Increase 1..J percent.; -
caught on fire ."immediately sendingup -' -
flames visible for six miles. The Limitations on'Tax IncreasesThe off 31-1 f9iSt
house owned by Alton Boles is about Governor has proposed a limiton
75: years old. Green estimated. It wasa millage increases for 1980. A
total loss.Powers millage rate will be calculated that
escaped from the burning will raise the same number of dollars
house and notified neighbors who that were available in 1979. The tax- I'lu
contacted the fire department Green ing board can then increase that
said. millage rate S percent by a majorityvote.
In addition the taxing boards
Census Bureau will receive revenue from taxes on ,
new construction that becomes subject 8 *
Testing ApplicantsThe to assessment I960. This limit fcoy tIFU
applies only to city and county f
U.S. Census Bureau will be
not school boards.
testing applicants Monday in Lake governments
Our also contains
Butler for full and part time Jobs for proposal a 5 percent
limit on increases in taxes. But
the 1980 census.
while the Governor
Tests will take place at the Lake proposes a one-
year limit ours is a limit that will be
Butler Community Center at 10 a.m.
and 2pmAll imposed each year. This limit would
interested applicants are en- apply to all taxing boards, including
school boards.
couraged to show All temporary
up. jobs are -
It's important to note that the two
county-wide taxing boards in Bradford -
For further information, call
((904))39&-5520. County, the County Commission
and the School Board, have for the
past several years exercised conservative -lip
Lincoln City Home restraints. As a combined
millage the two boards have actually "
Destroyed by FireAn lowered millage rates since 1977.

fire These are the combined millage rates Ji.\-
morning Monday completely
for the last three : 7J ,
years '
destroyed a one-story : ,
home Lincoln The /" \ '.'''.':'' I"'W_ .,, 'Jt
in City. occupants, t .. ,_ '
,, II:1 "
1977 14166 r ", __
John and Bertha Bellamy,were uninjured .;..p.-
'> -
Cause. of the blaze that completely 1978 13.940 ::

consumed the home is unknown at
this time, said Robert Foster, a 1979 13.039 rlJgged comfortIDEAL
member of the Bradford County
Volunteer Fire Department.Foster This speaks well for our county but
said firefighters from the unfortunately this is not the case in
Graham New River and Starke sta- many other counties. And there is no
tions were on hand. The blaze was provision in the law that allows the
contained within 15 minutes, he said. people of a county to either accept or FOR PARLOR DEN OR PLAYROOM !
Mrs. Bellamy.who was in the houseat reject a substantial increase in taxes. .
the time of blaze, escaped and ran The property appraisers' proposal
to a neighbor who notified the fire provides that involvement by the peo This design, of classic Early American

department. ple. styling and warm pine-finished exposed I

Ing Provision LimitationsThe for Exceeding Tax- SOFA $3 49 j 00' wood belongs In your home. It's formal I j

Truck Crashes Governor's proposal provides enough for your living room, yet comfy.

Into Store WindowA that a taxing board may exceed the S cozy enough for den or playroom. Well-,
percent millage increase limit \if they ,
1957 Chevrolet truck driven by vote to do so by a three-fourths or constructed Is covered In rugged nylon
Donald Leon Keys crashed into the four-fifths
window of a Handy Way store Satur- the number majority of members vote] dependingon on the a CHAIR $18900 fabric In charming| Print or tweed and has I

day evening. board. A board with five members all top quality features.
Keys from North Ft. Myers drove could exceed the limit by an affirmative CHOICE OF
into the parking lot of the Handy Wayon vote of four of the members. FABRICSTYLES; COLORS AND FABRICS
east SR-100. The brakes apparently Our proposal provides that a taxing EXCITING NEW NYLON
failed and the vehicle crashed into board may exceed the 9 percent
the window, causing tSOO damage. limitations, but only if it Is approvedby
No citations were issued. referendum. This allows moderate '

Two Trucks CrashTwo annual increases but requires approval It's A Fact Yea Cn Do Better At;
by the citizens for Increases of Since
pick-up trucks were involvedin more than five percent exclusive of 1923
a rear-end collision last Thursday new construction.THE .
morning at the intersection of SR-100 rand ,-

There US-301.were no Injuries. I BRADFORD I I tkVR11
A 1980 Ford truck driven by COUNTY : .,04 y
Published every Thursday I ,
Michael David Kreiser of Tennessee
I, at a31 W.Call Street f
ran into a 1973 Ford truck driven by
James Middleton also of Tennessee. Starke,FlorIda SZM1

Middleton was stopped at a red lightat
the intersection, of SR-100 and 1 Second Class postage paid'
Mark Florida
US-301. j
Kreiser was cited for careless driving
and no valid driver's license. SubwripUoalUtesiidesresif .
la .M peryearCBUMlUl I
Man Run Over "... I 434 W. CaH St. 804S829Staric
I *. Fla. 9e4.5821 '''
By TrainA Outside trade areas|l....per year
$S.M six Months
Starke man was,run: over last Fri.



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February ZI, 1180 TELEGRAPH Page 3 A

Work Study Program Approved 4-1 I

"I'm going 'to. support 'the"'program 'have to do the same kind of Jobs for ed for more Informa on. The request
,"said board member J.T.:Par- credit;or no credit. was so routine that program director
bat giving the deciding t drafters "I've got a bad hang-up with these Mary McCloud was not even present
; the beJeagured -. : 'programs when a lot of people can'tqualify at the Feb. 18 meeting.
gram would lie approved by;, tale for the Jobe. ," the chairman Meanwhile the administration has
school board. : : stressed..I been working to keep the funds
.. Board member PahiciaSpengler, Keep the work-study Jobs within the available for the Bradford district,
had moved to approve the program school system and keep the work but some said Monday night that the
for the $11,230 federal, grant:And after regular school hours, Gaskins funds might have already been
,board member J.R. (Jimmy)Lawson asked when he saw was allocated to another county.
had given the second..Then. caiqe a going after Parrlsh lent support Supt. Casey told the board at its
lengthy discussion about,what board! Each year, the program director Feb. S work session that he would go
members termed faulty administration must apply for the federal funds and ahead and apply for approval of the
of the program before( Parri&h ask the school board to approve the program, pending the board'* action
I- threw his deciding support to the program application. The application deadlinewas Feb. 18.School.
(). in Monday night', Feb., IS, nearing Feb. 18 when the school official were hopeful Mon-
I regular meeting. board surprised the administration day night that the board's approvalcame .
"" 1I'lnalapproval came on a #vote, by: refusing to give approval, and ask in time. .
... ',, .", ,'' with board' member Vernon a .
ti c. Parmenter lending his support and
I, .only Chairman Arthur Gasklns opposIng -
d\ the 75-25 federal-local participating -
Friday Night
"" program which would net
$9,000 federal dollar while costingthe
Lake City' Here We Come! school board $2,250 In local funds.

I Bradford High School students who placed first and second Second row Melissa Mayo Kathy Grifl,, Sherra Mott, 'diiadvantaged The 12-year-old student program to work allows an AllyoucanEAT
In the annual science fair held last Tuesday are pack- Suzette ,
Rodrlgue. Charlene Beam Deborah Green,. Pam hour\ a day and earn up to $60 per
. Ing up their science fair projects to hit the road for Lake CI- Duffy John Powell Beth Patray and Tina Best. month, was first turned down when it
ty to attend the Regional Science Fair on Feb. 28 and 29. Back row: Betty Yawn Joyce Thorpe Mike WhIHen, came before the board Jan. 21 for
Pictured are, from left to right front row): Janet Jordan ,Joey llerrei, Joe Reynolds and Brian Baldwin. what the school administration
Joyce Wainwright, Regina McIntosh, Chub Johnson, : Not pictured are Debbie Parmenter. Janice Jockel thought was routine approval. The
Jeff Taylor, (standing),Tracy McKee Karen Thorpe andI Robin Stem, Vickie Carver. program hinges on the school board's
win Loper. ,The dog was a surprise visitor approval, or the monies go to other !
counties who, according to administration -
sources, are waiting to
School ard Tells BHS pounce on the funds if the Bradford
Principal school district doesn't accept the

$11,250 program."I .

How to Handle Athletic SupplementsSchool would feel help better the screening program students," Mrs.

Spengler said In discussion,after get-
... ... ting Lawson's second. Some student
board member continued to he took over basketball. Coach Jerry can do under the dictum the school workers report late, have frequent .L...
tightly control disbursement of McGriff stepped in to handle the ten- board Indicated. absences, and take long lunch hours
coaching supplements for athletics by nis chores.. Earlier this school year the school It was charged.
refusing to pay full supplements to Sexton has already been paid 49 board turned down a supplement The program '"could be a great
three coaches who assumed duties days of tennis coaching at $3.10 per schedule which would have paid experienced asset to our schools," said Mrs.
late because of emergencies. day, or$151.90. Tennis considered a coaches more for coachinga Spengler.
Instead, the board instructed that minor sport and pays only $600 sup sport than a newer coach. "Pat are in agreement" with
the three coaches, Mike Sexton, Mrs. plement. McGriff, therefore, will be Coach Sexton with 15 yean experience the critcisms, Chairman Gaskins AH The
Freda Chewning, and Jerry McGriff, paid for 144 days of tennis at $3.10, or is currently the lowest paid asked. Yes, said Mrs. Spengler. She Includes
, be paid a pro rata share according the $461.90. coach with supplements for varsity and Lawson had made an in-depth Filet Of
number of days of the season each McGriff will draw only part of a football, $1,000, and tennis (which study of the work-study program. Fish Cole Slaw,
will have coached. Sexton took over $600 supplement coaching tennis Sexton was slated to coach at the "How long do we have to keep telling ilf dl French Fries
" basketball Nov. 2 after Coach Warney since he wasn't coaching a sport at beginning of the year), $600, totaling them we want closer supervision You Can Eat
Adkinson suffered a heart attack. the beginning of the school year. ".600. In contrast, Coach Mike ?" Gaskins questioned. He laid & Hush Puppies, ,
Mrs. Chewning took over girl's Pro rating the supplements leaves Hartley with four year experience is the work-study program can help at A30ServtnQ\
basketball after the resignation of coaches: Sexton, Chewning, and paid$2,000 in Supplements for football the vo-tech center but not at Lawtey Cocktails
Coach Melba Howard. McGriff slightly short of their full and baseball Coach Ben Moxley with Elementary. The number of plates ,
It has been the practice of the high supplements.Therefore four years experience Is paid (2,000 sold limit thd amount of workers.
school to pay 1/12th of a coaching supplement Duncan explained, the for JV football and track, and Coach !'I think the system provides ade-
In each of the 12 pay periods, simple and most fair thing to do, Malachi Henry with one year's experience quately. If they needed
even though the season for certain would be to pay the full supplements Is paid $2,000 for coaching would be different" said Gains, GARDEN RESTAURANT
5., sports does not begin at the beginning to coaches who took over sports late. JV football and being -assistant who said he has a ''built-in" opposi- '
:? of the school term. "I can't sit here and sort this out," track coach. tion to programs for which many U.S. 301 N. AR4.7358 \
2 Principal Jim Duncan asked the .said Chairman Gaskins. His experience and the fact that he students do not qualify financially but
i school board Monday night to allow "That's why I presented you what I acts as assistant head coach qualifies I,
:; him to pay both Sexton and Mrs. considered the most fair and Sexton for a higher supplement than
r Chewning the entire 11,000 supplement equitable plan," said Duncan. more inexperienced coaches with less 'I
for coaching basketball, and to "U its not over the total budget, I'm responsibility Principal Duncan
i McGriff for tennis. Part of the supplements not concerned" said board memberPat argued before the school board. WITH
: for basketball had, Spengler, Indicating she felt the
i however, already been paid to principal should be free to handle the '
:: coaches Adkinson and Howard Dun- supplement problem as long as the
-'- can explained. budget Is not exceeded. Man ArrestedFor
"Why don't you just pro-rate what The school board, however, never Cn A I
, each has done? asked! Board chairs r ,>gav .Duncan the freedom to handle Burglary -;' "ir Nti NE j
man Arthur Gasklns/ """- "the athletic supplements as he sees fit An 18-year-old Starke man was ar- .. : 1. leu.
Supt.. Tom Casey explained' the as long as he stays within the $40,000the rested Friday by sheriffs deputies .,
practice of paying supplements over supplements total as previous and later released by County Judge
the entire school year, and that the high school principals have been Elzle Sanders on burglary charges.
departed coaches have already allowed to do. Timothy Bryan, of Rt. 2, Box 57,
drawn part of their supplements Duncan said Tuesday that pro was charged with breaking into a bait
season though started.both left before the actual rating the supplements is the bean,he Avenue.and tackle shop on North Temple

Duncan explained that pre-season Judge Sanders released Bryan sayIng -
work into coaching a sport such Card of ThanksIn
there was no probable cause to
season as making practice.up schedules and pre- appreciation and concern we charge him. SUCH THING AS

Duncan further explained that greatly thank Archer-Tanner Funeral
Coach .Adkinson has already been Home and Rev.Gene Bass and family
paid tot 49 days of basketball duty at and friends for the love and concern s.rt rl.eRlohard
$5.10 day ($1,000 divided by 196 shown us on the recent death of our ,
per D.D.S.Is
J. Koseh .
Johns. He
days equals $5.10), or $248.90. and, darling baby Matthew
therefore. Coach Sexton will have to was born and went to be with Jesus,

,t be paid for the remaining 144 days at Feb. 14, 1980. The family of Announcing
$5.10 per day. or $734.40. a total of
, $984.30, or slightly less than the total Jr.Johns and Lee McKenzieWe The Opening Of His Office

$1,000 supplement for both coaches. wish to express our sincere appreciation With
Mrs. Howard worked 50 days atglrl's
to for the flowers
everyone William M. D.D.S.
basketball at $3.10 per day, or Witt.
and food and other acts of kindness RELATIVE.Your
$255. Therefore, Mrs. Chewning will
during the loss of our father. Special
be paid for 146 days at $5.10 or Funeral _
thanks to Archer-Tanner
N.E 1st St.
$744.60 or a total of$999.60. Home In Starke. 25 i third cousin twice
Coach Sexton was originally to handle -
The family of Lake Butler Fla. '
tennis, but had to drop that whenCOMMUNITY Joseph Travis Kirkland,Sr. : removed may be in California I
But he's as close to you

NEWSGainesville '. .U' ,: .' ; "t 'f;'" "'r.: i, :.-'!\ '.;,,'''' t -.. :. ,.,; as your family right here in

By) Elisabeth Walker, phone along with Abilene Rap- List Church: Monday 7:30 Senior I town.When you call long
B84-4683. tist Chuch of Putnam Hall, will con Choir rehearsal.Tuesday 7:30: Prayer distance.
Concerned Cltliens Meeting: The duct services. Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: McKay's And if you dial direct
monthly meeting of the Concerned The anniversary services will terminate Circle will meet at Sarah s; without
Citizens of Bradford County will be with 3 p.m. services. Lee's Circle will meet at Elizabeth operator assistance,
held Thursday,Feb. 28 at 7:30.All in- First Born Church of the Living Covlngton's; Blye's Circle will meetat v+ you won't have to spend
terested citizens and members are God: The District Women Workers Johnnie Coffee' Thursday 7:30 t: JS much to spend a
will Feb. and end Feb. 23. Hour. 6:30: Junior money
asked to be present In the cafeteria.The begin 21 Story Friday ,
help of all Interested citizens is The public Is Invited. Sunday School Ushers and Junior Choir rehearsal. little time with him _
needed. 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. Saturday dinners will be sold from the For example, a threer
Girl Scout News Girl Scout Sunday YPCW I p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. church kitchen. Sunday 9:30 Sunday ''" minute call from
will be observed Mar. .9.. All Girl Mt. Plsgah African Methodist School.' 11 a.m. Morning Worship 4 ?a; 'y,, > Lewiston
Scouts will attend church services Episcopal Church Starke, will .Tiny Tots rehearse,1 p.m.Evenlog Maine to Bakersfield California -

with the troop In uniform. observe Friends of the Pastor Day Worship. _- I P will cost no more
Church Activities Feb. 24 at 1:30 p.m. The church t .
dNew Bethel Baptist Church The located on the corner of Steel Mill A Special Announcement 'I") than $L30, excluding federal -
Deacons and Trustee will meet. Road and 301. Various churches and To: All citizens of Bradford County and local taxes.
Saturday at 2 p.m. for the monthly choir of the city and surrounding The month of February baa been And those
meeting at the church. ,areas will appear on the program.The designated a*Black History Month In : are just our
Choir No. a will meet at 5 p.m. for. public la invited. order that contributions of Americans f ,M}',. ,'w S' iy, t, 2 h-s- regular] : 8 AM. to 5 PM.
rehearsal. All choir members are'' Free Canaan True Church: of God In of color might rightfully be recogniz > .. rates. If call during
asked to be present.Sunday School 10 Unity Monday Prayer Band at 7:30.: ed. Concerned Citizens of Bradford you }
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Tuesday choir rehearses at 6:30., County, Inc. humbly request your k one of our bargain calling.
The Fellowship of Churches will Wednesday Tarrying Service at 7:30.. 'presenceat a program to com- ', (weekends and
I observe the anniversary at 3 p.m.' Friday church service prayer memorate this special month on Sunday r week
after PM.
with the Young Adults In charge of the meeting. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Feb. 24, at 4 p.m. in the RJE t 41 t i nights 5 )
program. Dinner will be served after Worship 11 a.m. only. gym. Pleas attend and share this ,. .. ,t you can save up to 60% off
the program. Evening service 8:90. Mt. Zion African Methodist special occasion with us. our regular rates.
Everyone is invited Episcopal Church Friday Board .
Antioch Missionary Baptist meeting was held at.7:30. Sunday Seminar..Social Service .., So ff there's too much
Church: Each Thursday 7 p.m. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 In the County I ..4)'" :. distance between you and
Prayer Meeting. Saturday I p.m.. a.m. with Philadelphia Baptist University Year for Action(UYA)a .' .. favorite
Union Choir rehearse at New Bethel. Church conducting services.Service: volunteer program under the supervision ... 'n; your relatives pick
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Woe p.m. Rev.>Willie Huffman and congregation of Concerned Citizen of Brad : .. -: 4 up.your! : phone.
ship 11 ..m. 3 p.m. the Choir Union from Raiford will conduct ford County. Inc. will bold a seminar < ,;.' And let Continental .
,services. All members asked to "social services.offered In the t -
are on :
will be held in Melrose. <
Calvary Baptist Church PrayerMeeting cooperate with this activity. county" on Friday, Feb. 22 at. RJE ; Y :Y,, your family a little closer ,f :
Thursday (today) 7 p.m. at Pleaaiat Grove and ,Ml.. Morlah gym! from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. together
the home of Mr*.Ella Lumpkin Daun-. United Methodist only activity will be This seminar I*being held to Inform
naway,Hall Street.Sunday Scbool only Sunday School. Church services will citizens of the many social service .
Sunday. be held Mar. a.. r agencies In the county: and the services j
Church o1 God la Christ' Each Greater Allen Chapel AME ChurebuSunday each offer qualified app canta.! '
Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Band Friday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- (f \
Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. Sunday -) ,shIp 11 a.m. with the Youth presen-- It would halo everyone's advantageto "
School 9:30.: Morning' Worshipj; iting a. program' at }| Lm..AlI- attend this meeting.. You Will ,, Continental Telephone 1'. '
11:30: with the pastor la charge. members are Invited to be present. receive beneficial information about: Cornpany> of the South" r
YPWW aU:30. Evening Worship 7:301 I The District Conference will be held octal program and service a* well ,yA.
with the pastor in charge! Feb.20-29 la Jacksonville at St. Matthews -. a* being given a chance to ask questions a You can: ahvays call orxuaI \ (
Ebesener Baptist Charcht ,The AME Church of Commonwealth you might have.
eleventh anniversary for Rev. L.R.. Street. Rev.W.H.Zandera Please put till very Important
Davis will be observed) will preach Friday night and the meeting your plan The meeting t
Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. W\&III| ? being- Young Adult Choir will aing.! will start promptly. at 9 a.m. Friday, .... ......... "
Gainey ,and'goegrefat,0f' of i iI :




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I The., .Great Suit Robbery. ,That''Failed :

Among the many mysteries still un- later years the store was owned and coversatian/ while the robbery was In
solved from Starke's sometimes exciting operated by Mr. Alvarez' grandson, roVess.!
past is the!"great suit robbery"of Wm. H. (Bill) Graham. I ,
a Cull Street store that failed to According" to Graham, the night '
"come 6ff" in the early morning Pictured in photo (from left) are marshal was glad to have some com ,S t'
hours more than 80 years ago. Charles A. (Charlie) Futch a clerk In "bany and kept the "conspirator" so t, t
the store at that time, and Mr. busy talking, that the latter: couldn't I
Evidence of the Intended robbery is Alvarez (with black tie). Other men 'get away Until daylight. By that time
shown by the stacks of suits,all neatly In photo are unidentified. the robber Inside the store decided the
bundled and stored between store jig was upland departed the scene,
counters, In the above photograph.The According to Graham, who faintly leaving the bundled'suits behind. ((7
remembers the Incident, two men L
of the well- entered the store during the night. :; _
store was that The fading photo was found recently t! a
known men's clothing establishmentof One stayed in the store to wrap the by Merrill Futch In the collection of L Yr jpLrr
J.M. 1894 on Call Street, in the building now old Florida Bank corner at Call and Futch, and it was presented to. Mr. '+ 9F Sr,
occupied by The Office Shop. In its Walnut to engage the night marshal In Graham. '


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Gov. Graham Urges Vote on March 11On ? +

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_4' '
March 11, 19M the people of Florida will Supreme Court, and to decrease the delays in

go to the polls to help elect a President and resolving cases at the appeals level.

vote on two important amendments to the "Under the proposed amendment, the only _

State Constitution.In mandatory appeals to the Supreme Court will

Bradford County, they will also vote on a be from cases imposing capital punishment;

proposed one-cent per gallon gasoline tax passing on bond-financed public works project _' .
.u -, -
designed to bring in approximately $150,000per ; major rate or service decisions affecting

year for use in road maintenance and con electric, gas, or telephone utilities, and ap-
struction. pellate court decisions striking down State Alvarez Store Scene of'Crime'

Bradford voters will also have the unusual Statutes or provisions of the State Constitu-

experience of voting for members of the Brad- tion." The Governor believes this amendment

ford County Democratic Executive Committee if approved, will result In a more efficient andeffective Please Sign Your LettersIn

in several precincts where the incumbenthas court system.In County Agents

opposition. spite repeated notices that all letters to the editor must signed by the
his speech to the Florida sheriffs, Gover- writer in order to be published, we still frequently receive unsigned letters. Mostof Notebook
Because of the Presidential Preference nor Graham announced his intention to cam- these we would like very much to publish, but we are required to know the
Primary the eyes of the nation will be on the paign for passage of these constitutional author of the letter,even though the name may be withheld upon request.

outcome in Florida on that Tuesday in March. amendments and asked the sheriffs to take a submitted
Again we ask our readers to please sign all letters for publicat, By
Florida started President Carter on his road to leadership role in getting the people out to the. r although we will be glad to omit the name when the letter is printed, if you so instruct
victory four years ago, and the results of our polls on March 11. us. Bobby ee.
primary will again be eagerly awaited by the -The Editors ,
nation and the world. In Bradford County there are 6,648 voters Taylor ,

who were registered before the deadline on .J ...
In a recent speech to the Florida Sheriff's the im- .
February 9 and are qualified to vote on
Association, Governor Bob Graham had these portant issues that will face us on March 11. Letters To The Editor \
forceful remarks to make about the impor- Good weather is permitting a lot of
tance of the upcoming vote: If past records are any indication, only "BLIND BRIDLES" OBSTRUCT VISION activity in fields and gardens I
about 4,000 of those qualified are expected to throughout our area. Some folks will \
"Florida's March 11 ballot offers the peoplea go to the polls on March 11. What about the were well qualified to handle the soon have their land ready for seedingor >
chance to vote for the security of the coun- Dear Editor: duties of the office. transplanting, However,most folks I
try, as well)) as the security of their homes."A 2,500 (more or less) who will go on about Our City of Starke has been sub- We are proud of,and grateful to all will delay planting frost susceptible }
"business as usual" on that date, leaving jected to adverse publicity during the who have made our City what it is to- crops like squash and tomatoes !
proposal on the ballot would increase the these important decisions to be made by past few days. the latter part of next month. \
present $5,000 homestead exemption to $25,000on others? we welcome with open for \
I have talked plans
certain school levies. BAD 'NEWS....IS GOOD arms and minds, all news media to
millage NEWS?? ... ...do gardens that can help make this project
In calling on the people to go to the polls on. our City. But..please, please. beneficial economically and
"The people want action (on taxes) now March 11 Governor Graham said: not bring "blind bridles".
When and why, one may ask, is bad Thank otherwise. One of the most important
and for the first time in many years citizens news considered to be good news? considerations in your garden or crop
MG. McMillan
...as we face the crises of the decade: drug., tplanis ,
have a chance Unvote for their pocketbooks ?* When? Some"elements of he news '. Box 818.Starke,Fl:' good seed transplants.' ,
of when they vote i irflavor of the Homestead Exemption -- smuggling, .,increased violence, : inflation,,U( ''media poWt the finger of scotti at one .'.'ji,,'n 11'"' '. r,"''."M*,* frn" rtnJJtJ: ' ;S Amendnrtetit: v -- "" energy, and uncertainty in world affairs, we aspect of a community, and that For each vegetable you plan to
must join together in rekindling a spirit of,, scorn is given forth by a few grow in your garden,you will have to .
"Also on the ballot is an important proposalthat patriotism..rekindling of spirit and con- disgruntled individuals with mental = FORESTRY decide whether to start it from seed,
predilections.This is comparable to a from plants, or from plant parts.
could and facilitate the ad-
America..ours is
improve fidence in the strength of a mule with a blind bridle, plowingcorn. COUNTY
ministration of justice in our State. legacy of triumph and patriotism. Togetherwe His peripheral vision is nil. The main advantage in starting
from seeds Is that have a
can triumph. directly you
"The purpose of this amendment is to Why? Probably because some ex- By.Mark wider selection of varieties from
reduce the overwhelming number of cases But we cannot triumph by failing to go to the ecutive with an advertising agency which to choose. Furthermore not all
that must now be considered by the Florida polls on March 11..or at any other time. feels that a majority of the populace t Fries vegetables do well when transplanted 'I,J
is gullible enough to fall for it,and it is and must be grown from seed sown i
rendered saleable. Therefore, it directly in the row where they are to
becomes good news to the media. be Most vegetables be
grown. may ';
I Kennedy Disregards Rules of Game : Admittedly, we have problems, as seeded directly in the garden row. .
do other cities and businesses. Time, The U.S. Forest Service will '
wisdom and forbearance will solve celebrate its 75th birthday In 1980, and Good seed may mean the difference .
them; then others will be confronted. has just announced its wish for this between success and failure in your -
In his eagerness to bolster his waning They too. will be solved. special anniversary: That every garden. Buy good seed from a reliable
political fortunes Senator Kennedy has citizen would have a Birthday Tree dealer For some crops seed may be /
violated a fundamental law of U.S. The Town of Starke' was Incor- planted this year, not for the USFS saved from one's own garden but for
politics r porated in the Spring of 1876, by birthday but for his own. many other vegetables,saving seed Is
the dictum that no political challenger should outstanding citizens of the area, who impractical.
attack an incumbent president on his conductof had the foresight to visualize the advantages The Florida Division of Forestry
foreign policy in time of national or interna- !!: of a Town. enthusiastically supports the idea. There are plant varieties of
beautiful to com- vegetables which have been tested
tional crisis. "Trees are a way
Since that time, Starke has grown memorate a birthday, an anniver and found to be adapted to our area.
slowly and steadily,to become the CI- sary, or any other special event", Vegetables resistant to pests and
This traditional, unwritten law, applies to ty we are proud of today. said Division Director John Bethea tolerant of adverse weather condi-
all challengers from any party, but especiallyto 1 "As they get older, they do just what tions are much easier to grow successfully -
: Following, are positions of prominence we all hope to do-they get better." than those that are not. Our
a challenge from one who is a member of formerly held by citizens of "Vegetable Gardening Guide" lists

the President's own party. our Community: A member of the It doesn't take too many years those varieties which are best suitedto
Constitutional Convention of 1885; a before a tree can provide flowers, our conditions.Of .
25-year member of the Public food for wildlife, or shade for a houseor
I Utilities Commission (presently the yard. Trees can also be used as course, it Is a privilege enjoyedby
CartMt Public Service Commission)' a camouflage for an unsightly area, or gardeners to try varieties which
Federal Judge; three Speakers of the as a noise barrier around schools or have proven themselves elsewhereand
drawn the line with the Soviets before House of Representatives;' two homes. They help to prevent soil erosion which may do well in their'
the Red I
Presidents of the Senate; an Acting reduce home cooling cost with gardens. However, many gardenersare
Army's invasion. governor; a 20-year member of Congress their shade, and purify the air by cheating themselves of the best
The ; a Major General; two Ad- filtering out dust and other pollutants.And possible results by continuing to grow"
general view among Washington!; mirals; a Chairman of the Board of as they grow larger, they only inferior varieties without ever testingthe
political observers is that in making this latest Texaco Oil Co.; and the incumbent provide more. suggested varieties.
attack on the President and the administra- Florida Commissioner of Agriculture.Also .

tion's foreign policies, Kennedy may have suf- Even an apartment dweller could Most seeds are treated with
fered another self-inflicted blow our local newspaper, "The receive a Birthday Tree, Bethea chemicals to reduce injury and decay
such as the Telegraph" has been under one pointed out,since It doesn't necessarily caused by insects and diseases.These
setback experienced earlier in the campaign masthead since 1879 It has been own- have to be planted in his own yard. chemicals are poisonous and shouldbe
i when he attacked the deposed Shah of Iran in ed and published by one family for the Many communities would be happy (o handled with care. Such treated
Kenraoy, the bitterest of terms. past,87 years. have a young tree donated for public: seeds are not to be eaten under any
property. It could be planted where circumstances. Keep them out of the
With the sensitive negotiations now in progress Starke During, he the remember writer's lifetime three in the birthday person works or goes to reach of children.

In a broad-ranging attack, designed to bet- toward the freeing of American City Clerks can, including the incumbent only ; school, or it could just be placed
ter his standing in the Massachusetts and New hostages, political charges of the kind that each of whom served a minimum of 20 where, '_ needed most. preparations Interest and for activity our 1980 is picking fair scheduled up in-

Hampshire primaries Sen. Kennedy has lash- Sen. Kennedy has resorted to could. very easily years. Florida's climate will support a for April 25. The Fair Associationis
ed out more heatedly than ever at the policiesof upset or delay the process. It Is that large I number of native and naturalized busy getting exhibit spaces filled
apparent a majority of the
the Carter administration and of them have and working with department
saying species, some
this electors were confident '
President Carter is posturing himself "as the Not only] is Democratic in-fighting that they traditional meanings that could add chairmen to make each part of the

high priest of patriotism" while fumbling his damaging to our, foreign policy but if the bit- to the occasion. The oak, for Instance,. fair better than ever.
terness continues and intensifies, it can offer U: seen by many to symbolize strengthand
power away. comfort only to the Republican Party whose : CHALLENGES STATEMENT: solidarity. A dogwod, with its The Steer and Swine Shows shouldbe
V= : "STARKE: IS HEAV*' white "flowers" in spring and red as good as ever. There are 82 hogs'
With 20-20 hindsight, Sen. Kennedy sug- prospects of electing1 A President from among ,"* ; leaves and berries In autumn, would and 37 steers entered this year. I have
gested that President Carter should have fore- its candidates next November will be con- Editors; Telegraphy !Da be a fine tree to commemorate a wed- seen all of these animals at their '

seen potential trouble in Afghanistan and ,,( I must say...no wonder our town of ding as well as a birthday. respectiveweigh.ins", and the,
siderablyenhancec11'.1 Starke is in the condition it is, when quality appeared to be even better
: .Mayor-Commissioner. Mr. Silcox, Trees should be chosen carefully to than last year.
,- ,,.will get on T.V. and make the state- ensure that the planting sltt will meet
ealo ment that we are living In Heaven! if their needs, and vice versa:"The Dlvi-' The Bradford-Union Cattleman's
g tb we were born and raised in Starke, 'slon I of Forestry publication, Association and the Bradford-Union '.'
4 contrary to the Bible. "Recommended Trees for Home Swine Association have been very ;
PUnting Your Area", has detailed busy with the many details InvolvedIn
O y mi trjrapt When,Jesus MidrMfgatotocepar 1 .a" advice on how to plant and carefor a putting on these shows. Too many .. ;'
scnvt- place for you" <( tree as well as how to select the right t people to name in this column are
Is a long way from living In Starke,: for ,: I
r Dvi one In the first place. In an urban: setting responsible putting together these 3
: and it won't get any better until theo the hardiness of a tree and its two worthwhile activities for our 4-H
Tio$ BOBGFERGUSON''JOHNM.I\"IL.LER\: voters of Starke change it at!.be'poll.,i eventual height can be Important con- and FFA members. The Associations

FvblWher," with God's help. I., siderations. tj i and all their. .members. are to be .com-, ''

.u..l1...... ..ch Thend.y.nd._.... ........0...Mule..d..-.Pet OffIce ill.. ......d..M.........it. lot I pray and trust that God wiifr helpus and ,I' mended..
BothVRecommended: ,
change it the next chance we get.'
s.b.cI.w_......._M P. _$4 ale............ ear .. "?..,a"rvs .'. 4 '1ti C.1I"'J>r V \(: 'the USFS puWicatlony"Plant t a Birth-
0ut0We...... ,111 P..y..rr.....41.......... Collins day are from the "H. who serves his country
Mew.11N-4104 .............. tat Place County Forester's office In the well hat no n..d of
Starke, Fla. Agriculture building on Hwy. 301. ancestors" Voltaire




February 21, 1880 TELEGRAPH Page 8A

Bonnie Culverson and Hal HigginbothamWed Starke Woman' Club -

I Has Fashion Show

Feb. 2 at Evergreen Baptist Church And LuncheonMeetingA

fashion show was presented during 1iJfJte. 922thd.e te
MlM Bonnie Culverson
,daughter of l the luncheon-meeting held Feb. 1)
Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Culverson of at 13:15 at the Starke Woman's Club.A c
Starke and Hal Higginbotluun{ of
Sleepy Hollow, son of Mr. and Mrs. valentine "motif together with mout
beautiful tnjlatclys
Harold Higginbotham of Lawtey were the dining paper tables roses and as centerpieceson a menu including JTJ11/

at Church.united 7 p.m..at In marriage the Evergreen Saturday,Baptist Feb. X., a 'French a main;. cheesecake dish from Thailandand dessert ::;odey Gdifo,.. ry uFte v'ew !

the Rev. James Saunders performed were Mrs.enjoyed.W.H. Thomson, president, ,,964.,160t,1 := .
candlelight ceremony. :
presided at the meeting. Mrs. Lester
Highlighting the church were whits Crews gave a prayer, and the devotional -
silk daisy garlands oq the banisters. was given by Mrs.W.B.Mundy.

.basket Centering the altar watt a large Joey Herres played two piano selec- Mrs. Gayle D. VanceAndy Denonn Wed Feb. 16 I
arrangement of white and blue
{ t tions: "Lotus Land" by Cyril Scott!
gladiolus and pompoms flanked by and "Maleguenla" .by Erneste its
two seven-branch candelabras with a cia na. Mrs. Gayle D.Vance of Lawtey and Bel-Air apartments in Lawtey; Is
U-branch candelabra in the center Mrs.L.H.. Jennings introduced Miss Ja Andy Denonn of Starke were united in employed as a dental assistant in the
James '--1': ; Lattaln Herres who narrated the marriage Saturday Feb. 16, In a dental clinic at Union Correctional In-
Mrs. Starling, pianist'presented fashion 'show.- Miss Herres and.her iouble-ring ceremony at the First stitution, and also worked briefly at
,' a program of nuptial. brother, Joey..Herres, modeled attractive u United Methodist Church of Starke WPXE radio station as a sales
music. suits of wool, combinationwool with the Rev. George L. Harper per- representative.Denonn .
Allen Norman attended as best and polyester and polyester forming the nuptials.
man. Ushers were Eddie Griffis and made by their mother, Mrs. H. P. was born In Brooklyn, N.Y.
Vince Culverson, brother of the bride. Herres. Mrs. A.J. Barry modeled a The bride was given in marriage by and moved to the Starke area in 1974
Miss Rebekah Box attended as ;Strawberry Swinger costume In- I Richard Fuller of Starke. Ethel and has been employed at WPXE
maid of honor. She wore a long baby cluding a needlework design. Miss ,II I Fuller of Starke was matron of honor. radio station, Bradford County
blue knit gown with white lace inserts Cheryl Godwin, Mrs. Sue Little and II Lester E. Denonn of Brooklyn,N.Y. Telegraph and Union County Times
down the front. She carried bouquet Mrs. Kandy Costello gave a attended his son as best man. during that time.
of white silk daisies and baby' demonstration of aerobic dancing and ,1 Mrs. Denonn was born In the Pittsburgh The couple, after a brief wedding
breath. Miss Keota Dondeelerd performed a Pa. area and moved to trip to Gainesville,are residing at the
Given In marriage by her father the lovely Thai dance.Mrs. Lisa Gayle Henderson I l.awtey three years ago.She owns the bride's home in Lawtey.
bride wore a floor length white taffeta Thomson expressed appreciation
gown overlaid with sheer silk Illusion, of the Starke Woman's. Club to Herbert Green,Jr. -
The gown featured long full Victorian Richard Jockel, director and his
sleeves gathered at the wrists with member cast of the
lace and the bodice had 'lace inserts,,' ..,: musical twenty-five, "Paint Your Wagon" for br. Lisa Gayle Henderson "We'll do
The skirt bottom was edged with lace inging the play to the Woman's Club Herbert Green. Jr. your
ruffles. Her lace Juliette cap securedher (', and to Mrs. V.J..Spengler, chairman, To Wed April 26
veil of sheerest Illusion which extended to Mrs.Louis T. Young and to all who
into a chapel length train and f', participated In .the most successful Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Lowell of Short Form for
was edged with lace matching that of J i { dinner theater.i Mrs. Thomson also Starke and William C. Henderson of
the She carried a bouquet of i n expressed appreciation to Mrs. Jacksonville announce the engage-
Bilk baby blue rose buds with daisies Il Spengler, chairman, for the effective ment and approaching' marriage of only $7.50? :
and baby's breath.A lalson among the Richard their daughter Lisa Gayle Hendersonto
reception was held at the church Jockel, the directori{ who furnished Herbert Adam Green, Jr., son of
Fellowship Hall. Miss Denise the delicious dinner and the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Green Sr.,. -
Crawford kept the bride's book. Woman's Club.. Among those who of Starke. The three refreshment tables were worked untiringly on the dinner Miss Henderson Is a 1978 graduate v .
covered with white cloths decoratedwith theater committee, were Mrs. of Bradford High School and currently
wedding bells Herbert Bitch, Mrs. Louis T. Young employed at Western Steer.
Misses Ela Starling and Angle Hig Mrs. D.W. Whiffen,. Mrs. William Mr. Green is a 1972 graduate of
ginbotham and Mrs. Mary Crawford Wilson, Mrs. Joseph D. Warren and Bradford High School and Santa Fe ,
presided at the two punch bowls at the others. Community College. He is currently
punch table. Miss Renee Crawford Discussion of coming events for the employed, with E.I. Dupont.
kept the gift table. Woman's Club included a spaghetti The marriage vows will be ex- r'S
The bride's table wedding luncheon on March 14 at 11 a.m. at the changed April 26 at 7:30: p.m. in the
a three tiered club building, a rummage sale, a First Baptist Church of Starke.
decorated with delicate blue flowersand pianothon early in May and All friends and relatives are Invitedto
topped with a bride and groom. beautification of, the city of SUrke. attend. S
Mrs. George W. Sapp cut the cake. .

Rhonda Assisting Dixon in and serving Tammy were Starling Missel Mr. and Mrs. Higginbotham Peggy Cooper'and Randy Cn tws Honored At Open House Henry W. BlockLet's

and Mrs. Nathan H. Starling directedthe centered with an arrangement of
wedding. Tammy Henley Miss Peggy Cooper and Randy camellias flanked by silver
The couple Is residing at 2289 Sleepy Crews whose marriage will take candelabras with white tapers. The inflation
Hollow, Starke. Shower HonoreeThe place March 8,were complimented at candelabras were entwined with fight
The bride and groom are both 1978graduates Ladies Auxiliary of the Starke 'open house" for couples last Friday asparagus fern.Presiding .
of Bradford High School; Church of God held a shower Thursday night given by Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy at the punch bowls were
The bride Is a secretary at the Division ,, Feb. 14 in the church Fellowship Crosby, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Locke, Miss Becky Cooper, sister of the together, :
of Forestry.. Hall for Helen Henley in honor of the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Smith and Mr. honoree and Mrs. John Cooper,sister- :.
and Mrs.John Cl!Greene at the homeof
Mr. Higginbotham Is.employed at adoption of her daughter Tammy. in-law. Mrs. Wayne Jordan also
Parrish Pulpwood Inc in Maxville. The i IhaJl'< was decorated In the the latter at Camp Standing. assisted In serving. This year we'll prepare your 1040A Short:form!:

Valentine theme with cupids and Attractive arrangements of Seventy-five couples were invited to for only $7.50Any: state or local return is ,tra.
hearts hanging at points of Interest. camellias were, used to highlight call between the hours 7 and 9 p.m. *
Grace Baptist Church '."..it'f *o The gift table wv covered with a red points of interest in the party rooms. The honored couple were presentedwith So..come to H&R Block-let's fight *
Holds Three Valentine cloth accented with a carousel of pink The refreshment table was covered the creamer to their chosen inflation together. <'.
.I' and red.crepe paper. with 'A.rmy-Navy' cloth and was china as a memento of the occasion. ,,
Parties .
Recently ". { The refreshment table was covered r
_.v The children's, church. adults and, with} a white igca cloth over a red liner .. 1
f yyouth.of. the Grace Baptist Church and centered with an "Angel LoveDoll" ',The. KiwanlC. : ..u Stlirki S Jutes.. ; J"? '.;..lll'.r H&R BLOCK9 I
held three Valentine parties recently centerpiece encircled with red ,
;in their new Fellowship building.usedin :i and pink hearts and flanked with :the Rotary Cl ib Stance on the.
'The.colors of the rainbow were silver candle sticks with red tapers -r THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE .,
decorations for the Youth and Adult and red camellias. '
75 Of International
tn AnniversaryBy Rotary
Banquets. The tables were decorated. The guests enjoyed Valentine WE PREPARE ALL STATE AND CANADUtN RETURNS
with candles and camellias.
games and refreshments. pioneering in the i service club movement 527 S. Water St.. Stark, Fla.
On Saturday, Feb. 9, the Children'sChurch Tammy received many useful gifts.
ages thru 11, rigid its valen. Hostesses for the occasion were By; making your moA tto "Service Above If"Ird 964-8286
tine banquet using the them, "Loving Mrs. Melvin Corbett, Mrs. S.G. worldwide stands of human conduct The Monitor Office, Keystone Heights
Jesus With All My Heart. O'Steen. Mrs. Charles M.Schmitt and
You have made a contributions Phone
ing: 473-2351
Shaun McLeod and Kim Griffis Miss Millie Dicandio who presentedthe .
were chosen King and Queen and Andy honoree a dress and a certificatefor To ;the progresWe of Man. Open*a.m. ,4p.,,,.Mtoakaayi ,.$Saturday
Huggins and Jennifer Keys were a portrait. Mrs. Henley received a are proud to call you our Peers. Appointment Avallabla'
chosen Prince and Princess. camellia corsage. .
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!.he. children i enjoyed a Christian I
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him, "dimo a rau mountain. winton -
Griffis served as host and
hostesses were Lanette Griffis, KENWIN SHOPS !
Ginger Jones, Inez Faulk and Sherrie
Huggins. 3 Easy We HaveMerchandise rT4
Mothers serving the children were OF NEW YORK
Mariam Hodge, Patsy Welch Judy
McLeod and Teresa Norman. 30 at Te Shop Large

tended. :Cash Selection: ft Now At 111 W. Call! St.

ADULT BANQUET I kLay-A-way Girls And Prices Next door to Van H. Priest '!
The adult banquet was held on Fri Or
day, Feb. IS with the theme Easter GuaranteedToPlease
"Somewhere Over The Rainbow"; Just Dresses .
Clifton Griffis served as emcee and-
Don Scheetz the devotion. say ,;;- r, t In -
pastor gave .
memory The adults lane In enjoyed music a with stroll Deborah down ..Charge All OPENING 10 A.M. FRI. FEB.' 22.

Gray Nancy Alvarez, Lanette Grif Pastel
fis, Benton and Vonciel Futch and Joe Colors
and Inez Faulk. ; .
A spring fashion show, with OPENING TOPS'GALORE
laughter, was presented by Patsy 1\hsc.
Welch. Modeling the fashions were yY
Margie Bryant, Sharon Scheetz .i S ECIALel Wallets
Louise Bell Inez Faulk and Vonciel FOR EVERY OCCASION
Futch. and Much More.Suspenders
Mike Lee and Thelma Harris were .Y.r,, 20 % OFF

chosen as King and Queen. ,y CROPTOPS, HALTERS,.

40 members enjoyed the banquet.. ,. Ladies Drosses, Eyeglass Cases TUBE TOPS TERRY TOPS,

The youth YOUTH of the BANQUET church held their Swim Suitsand And SMOCKS, SUN TOPS, TEE

banquet on Saturday Feb. 1C, using Umbrellas;
the theme "Somewhere Over The ,
Rainbow" with Andy Crews servingas

emcee. Pastor Don Scheetz gave Handbags"HOSPITALITY" Sportswear
the devotion. ..
The youth enjoyed a variety of OVER 500 Center
songs performed by the youth In the -
form of solos duets and trios, a skit G.t.Your. LADIESDRESSES Blue'Jeans by
and a game.
Chip Scheetz and Wynette Joiner j tt'East.r Is Our Motto Harbour Road,
I were chosen as King and Queen. BOM1 '
Enjoying the affair were 30 + a t J Coma In and Get I ,
members of (the youth department. .. Free .1 . Point. Stephens of
Lollipops'. .W .Hav.1 i AcquaintedCHILDR I To Choose From California and Mr.
1/ / .
'Th: Latest : ,Jr.Sizesh15 '
Miss Peggy Cooper'Shower 'and --r" ; eggs

Honoree Balloons 3 Fa.hlon.1. No Purchase N.Ces$8tJ..+ ': Misses Sizes 8-20 I :Y t -.,

.. 1 C > REGISTER FOR I Half Sizes 14'/i-24
Farrh'Kld.' I :': .1 MEINND.
Miss Peggy Cooper, bride-elect. : /1 + : I' : d.\ .
) : ,
was honored at a bridal shower Tues, J a .$3 !Gift Certificate' "
day night given by Miss Sarah Faulk t, :' LargeSelection }
and Miss Chnrl Scheetz at the home of .: k .
the latter In Keystone Oaks, : : \ \J" I"" '.I''"" OF I HANDBAGS ,
'{" I ,. FEB. 29thr 1980 '
The refreshment table was covered' .1, ". N 8"WEAR ; jrYpjifclutciii: '"J T-
., :
I )' 4{ : .
with a bridal shower cloth and was ,;i.SwimSiiits, ; .l I : ( '
centered with an arrangement, of .. SHqr.S&1!: ; -SHQRT SETS: FORGOTTEN THE to Shoulder\ Bags "
? -
blue white and pink silk flowers. Short Set's .
The approximately 40 guests attending and- I j I ,, SWIMSUITS & DRESSES" MOTHERALSOrTOAfi.CARRY..sao and the,NewSofilouch
enjoyed with prizes '
refreshments during lames the party hours 1, Sun Suits SIZES;; ;.14' ,WE' t, }. >t .iiI.,

and 10 p.m. *2.BO: MATERNITY WEAR .
Awar For As Little As Down ; 1'La

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Page GA TELEGRAPH February 21, 1980 I :

Denice Sims and William G. Barrett Sweetheart Banquet I First Baptist Youth Have Valentine Banquet ,.. ,.

I Held at Church of God.The On Tuesday evening.feb 8,. (he The musical e ierb.'lnment for the

Married January 26 youth department of the Starke Youth Sunday School Department of 'evening was provided by 'Sonltght' ...
Church of God held its annual First Baptist Church sponsored the and Don and Esther Hardy. There : .
Miss Denies Elizabeth Sims sweetheart banquet Feb. 16 In the. 'annual Valentine' Banquet with were three hilariously funny. skits ;
became the bride of William G. Bar Fellowship Hall of the church. .rI I seventy-six people,in attendance.. performed by the young people, The ;. .
rett on Jan. 26 In the First Baptist evening was capped off by the
Church of Bonifay. The double ring\ The hall was decorated In the The young people did the speaker, David Smith, Minister to
ceremony was performed by Rev. Arthur Italian style theme. The traditional, decorating while the food was,furnished :- Youth at First' Baptist" ,Church, ;
Moore and Mr. David Sims, fffr hearts and cupids were hung at pointsof by a group of parents.! ,Gainesville:
brother of the bride. ri Interest. At one end of the room wasa -,

The bride is the daughter of Mr. & huge red heart surrounded by tiny ;;:,,- ,
Mrs. Rudolph Sims Bonifay. The hearts where photographs of each
groom Is the son of Mrs. Richard Bar couple was taken.
rett and the late Mr. Barrett of
Lawtey.The The head U-shaped table was lr I !1--l a
church was decorated with covered with rod and white chocked
spiral candlelabra with yellow cloths centered with silver
candles centered with a basket of candelabras holding burning red
yellow and bronze mums, gladiolusand tapers encircled with red camellias. a .
pom poms. Lovely ferns were Card tables were placed throughout
placed on both sides. The kneeling the hall covered with red and white 1
checked cloths centered with red burning .
bench was decorated with a white Bible rm.e .
yellow and bronze silk flowersand tapers accented with tiny hearts, .
Nancy Catherine
yellow streamers. i cupids and camellias.

Wedding music was presented by
Kenneth Yates at the organ and The program was opened by youth Nancy Catherine( "Hull.
vocalist. Miss Mary Taylor. director, Mrs. Sheila Bassett. Special
Stephen G. Denrt'arkJr.'}
The bride was escorted by her guest W.B. McKinney presented a
father, Mr Rudolph Sims and givenin program of love songs on his violin as Engagement Told'Mr.
marriage by both parents. She the guests enjoyed a spaghetti supper
and Mrs. Joel Mathew Hull Sr.
traditional of served by Miss Joan Bennett. Mrs. ,
wore a gown organza
featuring an A-Ilneslilrt: with a ruffled Melvin Corbett, Mr. and Mrs. Willard of Palatka announce the engagement .'
hen. :and chapel length train. The Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford of their daughter Nancy Katherine to e a ..
Martin. Stephen George Denmark. Jr. son of
had an empire waist with sheer o
yoke gown and long billowy sleeves and was Mr. and Mrs.,, S.O. Denmark, Sr. of ,, "
trimmed with scattered Peau De Guest speaker for the occasion was Starke. : :: ; ':'fJ'i; ',
Ange Lace flowers and! seed pearls. Randy Morris, who spoke on the subject 'IL-O' NGCHAMP' : ; .":. ';" :::
Miss Hull will graduate from the
"God's Gift To Man".
of illusion
Her finger-tip veil was
The climaxed with University of Florida In March with a : :
evening was
trimmed with Peau De Ange 'HOMES
recognition of the king of the B.A. in Education.Mr. : ,
and attached to a Juliet cap. The year Denmark from the
carried Marty Rhoden, who will represent the graduated .
bride a style bouquet i
of yellow silk roses, lily of the valley, t youth department for the year of 1980. president University of of Denmark Georgia Furniture and is vice-Co.' :ij30isi, f' :&a : .I'' I ..'iF .. '
Rev. M.E. Drake Is
Stephanotis and was centered with a pastor the
church. The couple will be married May 17.
silk white orchid. She also carried an
heirloom white lace handkerchief of
her late maternal grandmother, Mrs. 1+4Mfs. j

Homer Sellers. -
The bride paused during the proces- .
sional to present her mother with a CLIP THESE VALUABLE
kiss and a long stemmed yellow silk ;
rose as a token of love. After the .William G. Barrett I ZI

ceremony and during the recessional, Macaroni !
she presented the groom's mother Starke Nursing Home ELM lu i I IM
with a long stemmed yellow silk rose Ch
as a token of love. Miss Debra Sims, Has Valentine Party ldar.

sister of the bride, served as maid of "Love is...." was the theme for the PANTRY 1 1 GOLDEN" i
honor. Mrs. Don Sprow served as Starke I '
Valentine party held at the 'I I GRAIN I
bridesmaid.Miss Nursing Home Feb. 14 at 4 p.m. PRIDE I :

Amy Sims, niece of the bride, Hostesses for the party were the I STEWED I MACARONI 1
served as flower girl. Master Jon WMU Helen Masters Circle of the I

Sims, nephew of the bride, served as First Baptist Church and the SAVE I TOMATOES I 1& CHEDDAR i
ring bearer. The attendants wore "Pixies", teenage volunteers of the
floor length dresses of yellow satin, nursing home.Highlight I I 1 I
with chokers of yellow velvet ribbon of the party was the 17ox r.asot 1
ge 50
trimmed with yellow and bronze silk crowning of the Valentine Queen, $165 I CAN I I PKQ. I :

flowers. Each carried a long stemmed Mrs. Elise Hansen by Master of ".R. 402 m ".R. 403: ;

yellow silk rose with yellow ribbon Ceremonies Bill Wilson of the 1..,.cwt. _raNS o we fl' n ,IN* 1 err ere wa.:.. fl' a ,... w"f n ,reel :
streamers. Chamber of Commerce. Also honored WITH COUPONS I ...OMW. WIN 4 Nis IM MM* .IMaO m IMt I V IKM COWtN MSIN* Don Sprow served the groom as were the Princesses Miss Wilma IN THIS 'AD Istuww- -- -i 1a fmmzn L -HUuMB---- :
best man. The groomsmen were Dale Alexander and Mrs. Margie Holtzen- :

Sims and Donald Sims, brothers of dorf. Mrs. Hansen was presented a .
the bride. crown, a scepter and a beautiful arm uri m t it HIT $1 -..
Following the wedding, a reception'was bouquet donated by Nancy's Flowers. f Sno White Mushrooms P
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held at the home of the bride' The Princesses each received corsages w.rU.S.No.
parents. Mrs. Da.*.Sims attended the from Nancy's Flowers. Gifts', 1 Chef Potatoes 1.110S \
bride's book. Mrs. Buford Sims and were donated for the Queen and her, u* Hi mint rnat
Mrs. Quincy Lee presided at the Court bi the following merchants: Fresh Slaw or Salad Pat 490WI !
bride's cake table. Mrs. David Stms.: Koch Drug Store Mitchell' Drug IIIFresh CIlLO
presided and served punch, Store, (tckerd's Drug Store, Bull- Carrots 2 "''GS 3J!
After a wedding trip to the Orlando Ington's Gilt Shop. Leila's Dress see ht Sic.ac' m ..
area, the couple is making their home > Shop, Stump's Department Store,The Tender Red Radishes 2rteTr.l'fornia'Lemons < 2J"! ::.. ..
in Starke, where both are employed.. .Office Shop,' Priest's Dlmestore ,, ., .-
with the Department of Corrections. Mallard's 5 & 10, and Kentucky Frieo1Chicken. : 17ro,79! (! t: 1':

Certificates.. for shampoo and sets AN I AM Fresh LN rM' Florida Grapefruits 6 fOR$looAdpk .'!;" ;::

Madison Baptist Has from London's Beauty Shop and The uNaAll,a raN eNLB
Sweetheart Banquet .Looking Glass. 9 Fresh Yellow Onions 111120 I., ..
Certificate for haircut and blow dry LB B BAG UIVIM MUMM .
Madison, Street Baptist Church from Bradford Square Barber and 50 Ff. Graden Hose sacs $2 49 ,I 1-.:
Youth were honored at a "Sweetheart Shop.Valentine. SAVE 20E A La SAYS 1100 A La un. .,
Style SAVE 200 iki UKPlanters '
Hdnui| >t" on Thursday evening Feb. cookies, ice cream and Mix Nuts lAtH S 1 59 ;;.- :.
14, at the western Steer Steak House. punch were served by the hostesses.The .
The Banquet room was decorated in beautiful decorations were made o ryd8j! ftoj ( j.,..., '
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the Valentine theme. Each individual by Mrs. Thelma Jennings, Pixies, the ..' +ftesALL PURPOSE 6 FRESH FLORIDA $Jt"' _,,ht FRESH STALKS rydd/ priCelFRESH .:.. .
I able was set with white lace placemats residents of the nursing home, WMU L Eve

and a centerpiece of red candle Ladies of First Baptist Church of Mid- YELLOW TEMPLE FLORIDA NGREEN :. :
and white flowers. Each place setting dleburg, St. Marks Day Care Center a ;
held a red nut cup. The head table was preschoolers, and Mrs. Sandy Dun ORANGES CELERY : :
covered with a while linen clolh and a can's fifth grade class of Southside ONIONS CABBAGE i ;'i
centerpiece: of nil chcnnelt flowers Elementary School. Beautiful floral 18d

und and candle red randies Ked, flower were arrangements placed at centerpiece Larry. donated by Flowers by Walk 15 :::: : :?
3 ta $100 PION ;:
Viirmiih !points in the room Mrs. Shirley Andrews entertained 'i' 3sTSIOO YOUR 10
A 1 picture of each guest( was token throughout the hour by playing ap- LB BAG Niml FOR OWN' ... .}
its they came in and placed in a red propriate love medleys on the piano LB .
heart setting und given la each guest ,
I ( and also gave a short program on"Love"
JIH u memento of the evening Kurd while she read a poem composed ROSEDALE STAR KIST OBCHICKEN ASSORTED SAVE :
guest( l'nl"y'II'hl'' salad l>nr us well asa the residents "Love
by on CORN : OF CANDY Ie
delicious sleuk dinner is....". BLUE .... .. .... r
The singing group| "Snn.hjhl" from / THE SEA 1.NUr w THUS ............
First, Baptist' Church in Starke ,,-.rT'$1d" 3eANS 89 CHUNK LIGHTTUHA PLATE -1
brought' 11 program' ( of, music Kill Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ricks of say, 110 'I
Floyd l. Minister MUHICnl First, Itiip- Florissant Mo were Sunday overnight MAYON14AISEOR: :
list nisi lirmiuht couple| of Minus ( guests of Mrs. L II. Gibson, and ..n..Oil O L
I On the lighter( side Gary ll'Steeii. Mr. and Mm. Gerry; iihsim of Merrill
line nf the youth' dire, *.tors at Madison Island spent the weekend. J:?
Street ret':illid one of his imuncnls of 8.50z59'J
"Yotiiml( l ive"' in his, hit,. U-v H"I>I'rl rLow2
Oillis pastor lit Madison Street You -v; i !
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brought a short tlevolionnl and a :

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Homemakers Planning Ross EverYdowpiiee Crackers 2'/S1 Bol Cleaner" Every w ,.ieel ;:; :.
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Three Workshops Ed "%L F.F.V. Crackers 2'1S1 Henny Pen Dog Food.1 -

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Q. My 1978 Chrysler ROLL F.F.V. Crackers 2'IS1 Pantry"Pride 79$
Cltili planned" three ,nixed> crnfl Cordoba has started Waffle!lruP. BOX' .k
workshops l for "'" W. March li\ find IM IIM H fOU IM a hi MM m IM o u mnwuM
M.irch IIIII their me'IIIIj'lliursii.iy.' cranking vary slowly.' The F.F.V. Crackers 2JS1 SwissNeN Miss Hot Cocoa.Mix 994 ."
Keli 1 11. in the Al/rl."ltllr\llIhhlll( inSt.iike battery shows e full SAY! 110d aria*... Urn 1116016 unmtm SAVE 200 :::::
charge appears and to be the all tartar right. loan of Arc Kidney Beans 31S1/ Quaker Quick Grits 89.$ p-

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it lit I Agriculture( MinliliiiK Best 8ufjs''I'OCe/n1 PILLSBURY _
MfinlHTH' und" visitors' lire linked 'to A. Check your battery first', WITH BEANS CAKE MIXES Best S.ey.Jr&igryt
; curry I' luimn ban"/ liiixh with then cable and terminals.' If I u UK me ** .mmFolder's I
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At the Keli' 14 imi'linK 1 Mrs. Mimic If cables are OK. remove Dynamo Liquid Detergent 1.59 SAY. tad sAve,toe im, itoiu> x::t
:Milrv gave 1111 inroriiiiilive' progriiin cabin et battery posts and IM IM IMH Pull-A-Part Bread 2/1139/ ]

on Die |I'rI'IIY nl hilling IIr lifting clean boh terminate and Ajax Cleaner S1.26 CAMAY SUPER 'Iwcmoramas .
nl|eclH. With Mrs 'lx>u Wainwright' po t*. Next, check for a SAFEGUARD Spice Layer Cake 93i69i( r "
nrliiiK im the IIIlId.... Mrn Miley frequently overlooked Dynamo Liquid Detergent $2.99 BATH'SOAP IM M4NCIAAA '
'demonstrated' I the proper way 'fur Ket condition called "hydrostaticlock. .wr u.r.u TWO 79' SOAP $1' Famous Club Rolls (
long( out' nl" lw .
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cannot be compressed and Ajax T'f
Bobby Taylor. HriiiUnnl Ciniiity the Laundry Detergent 2,69 BOUNCE SPIC &' SPANCLEANER Pride 9 '
JlI'ni.1,11' tie; In charge of .the prow its presence all keeps the piston the IN ,Pantry Dinner,! Rolls 3/1,/ if
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going way Palmolive f FABRIC SOFTENER I4 N w w
Liquid 1.47
grant nl (the Mrdnrml.iy. March 12 compression stroke. To 1 I" Cracker J Jacks 789d389rj
meetniK' felling the viincty of l lnecenoary park plugs IM eo 1 LB : .. /
check remove ,, .
Ajax( Cleanser 52" 52 79 4ft.4. IM INd OHRosedale
:, informal' about gurrien-- and attempt to crank the .SHEETS BOX Sweet Peas' ,
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the serving pf a delicious brunch bv briskly tasking Into water the Is cylinders.probably Sir CANAD/1, ; LIBBY'S .....1
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Remove the head ,
cylinder IDRY'
and Miss. Arthurlne HlnnchnrdMm. --------IJ ; VIENNA- 8 roe TOMATO
and check for cracks. The = a anNOQ ALE. 04110164, ,
Debra Norman Sinned up MR anew block should also be I. .1. ,15AUSAGE. V ROOTalaR.OR. JUICE .
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member Mrs. Uln .' hud Mvtl e/. TAHITIAN TasAT ; I ;
smlned, 'Son CAN ..s IOoi CAN ,I'I}:
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Everyone Is 'Invited to nil the programs Aitanttive Parts Center .
and workshop regardless of ', f ; :1 -. T; : ':
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Did You Know.... ...................................................... .............. ....!....... l a i'.i i'r
Engaged Couple
.."Wr. and Mrs.:.R.A.Colson spent last Miss Ruby Nell Mitchell of Cocktail I .. J
Mrs. L.H. Gibson returned Sunday week with their grandsons, Jim and Graceville is visiting Mr. and Mn, Party
after two weeks in Alachua General Drew Williams at Ormond Beach Gilmer Watford .and' Mr: and Mrs. 'Miss HJalmar McMillan and r
Hospital where she had surgery after while their parents, Mir. and Mrs. Lloyd Watford this week. William Wilson Jr. whose marriagewill + Y 1
breaking her hip In a fall at home. LaRue Williams were at Miami 'J5 be an event of, March 22 were .
Beach. Mrs. Settle; Micelle spent last Mon- .honored at a cocktail party Saturday Ir
Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto of day Thursday Visiting!l her daughterand night given by Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Jacksonville Beach' were Sunday Archie Greera'of Miami spent the family, MB; and Mrs. R.L. ,Gruen and Mr and Mrs. Gus
visitors of their sisters Mrs. Edna weekend with his mother. ; Mrs. L.J. Householder lit'"Bushnell and attending iKopclousos at the home of the latter

Wells and Mrs. Carolyn Redgraves.! Greeni ..business. St. Petersburg. t (on Kingsley Lake. a
___ u _____unu_ 4 if Potted mums were used at vantage
Among ',tho,S attending the, points in the party r.ooms. The cake
tl. Liberace Concert tit the Coliseum Sun- table was covered with a white lace
1\'Y' D 'day 'afternoon! t'Were Mrs. L.A. .cloth and was centered with an attractively -
ttO>> Canova, Mrs..J.M* Blackshear, Mrs.' decorated cake topped with
p1YD W.H. ThomsonrMrs.;{/' L.H. Jenningsand the wording "Best Wishes". The buf-
oS Joey.Herre j. fet held an assortment of hors
W d'oeuvres.
D"t 4Y Among the'll) guests were the ry1i
1\\"t APPEARING. Mrs. James Barren visited her r t 41? r 1J t{' parents of the honored couple Mr. and r ?

AT THE aunt Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Lula. White In Gainesvillelast & wTsk1I Mrs.Mrs. Bill Merrill Wilson.McMillan and Col.! and

BACK DOOR' and Mrs. Al K. Carlisle and Robert Catherine Terry Lewis Lee
Mrs. A.J. Barry attended the squarer BUARC Members Mr. and Mrs.Steve W.Jenkins

r l dance benefit for the Putnam County Catherine Lynne lewis Enjoy Valentine PartyThe
Retarded Children at Ravine GardensIn Stewart
Gloria Jean
LOUNGE Palatka,Sunday afternoon. Robert Terry Lee Junior Woman's Club held a
To Wed March 29 dance Thursday night, Feb. 14, at the Steve W. Jenkins
US 301 South 'Mrs. W.H..Thomson and Mrs. J.M. Womans Club for the Sunshine Acres Married Feb. 9
;Mr. and Mn. Elmer E. Lewis of BUARC.
Wednesday Thru Saturday Night Blackshear were Tuesday and Starke announce the engagement and The Valentine theme carriedout Jean
Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. was Gloria Stewart and Steve
Willard Leisy at Orange City. approaching marriage of their in the decorations made by William Jenkins exchanged weddingvows
daughter,Catherine Lynne to Robert members of Sunshine Acres. in a 6:30: Feb. 9
$100 COVER CHARGE p.m. ceremony
Lee of Raiford son of Mr. and
Airman and Mrs. Rex E. Anderson Terry The approximately 40 attending enjoyed at St. Mark's Baptist Church Clay
Richard P. Lee of Tallahassee.The
Jr. of Homestead spent the weekend Mrs. dancing and refreshments dur County. Rev. Kato Byrd officiated at
Except Unescorted Ladies (ALWAYS FREE) with his parents Mr. and Mrs.Anderson wedding will take place March ing the evening. Disc jockey Buddy the ceremony. Mrs. Bradley was the
Sr.Friends. 29 at Madison Street Baptist Church Paterson provided the music. organist and Mrs. Earstine Burkes
Miss Lewis Is a 1974 graduate of the soloist. 'J.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT of Mrs. Garl Mathews will Bradford High School. BHS Class Reunion The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Lee Is a 1968 graduate of Leon
regret to hear that her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Robert Lee Stewart of Mid- ,
DRAFT Mable Whisler of Unlonville Iowa High School. Planning MeetingThe dleburg. The bridegroom is the son of
died Sunday morning after being ill BHS 1970 class reunion meetingwill Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jenkins of Lawtey.
for several months with cancer of the Mr. and Mn. Charles Fields of be held Sunday Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. The bride wore a brocade !satin
Only 50e lungs. Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of at the First United Methodist Church gown which featured a chiffon and
Mrs. J.H. Fields. Fellowship Hall.If lace overlay. The bodice was trimmed
anyone has an? Information concerning with sequin pearls.She wore a long
the addresses of class chapel trailing veil trimmed in lace
members please call Joyce Allen and carried lavender orchids sur-
Johns 964-8970 or Cindy Strickland rounded by white carnations and
COUPONS AND SAVE! Rowell 533-2564. Ivory roses.
Matron of honor was Patricia Mc-
BAKE:SALE Cloud. She wore a peach colored empire
I.TlImiI/ cut gown featuring a capelet
mmma w The class of BHS 1970 will hold a overlay and V-neckline. She wore a
bake sale March 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 matching floral headpiece and car
I I I II p.m. in Bradford Square In front of ried a nosegay of peach colored roses
TIDE I Eckerds. and white carnations. Maid of honor
BOUNTY I was Elaine Coleman. Bridesmaids

LAUNDRY IDETERGENTJ ; I I Did You Know........... were Angela Jenkins Myrtis Harr-
TOWELS I"I "' man Mary Hightower and Marilyn
d Bruce Tucker has passed the Chandler. Their beige colored gowns
I I ROLLS. y Florida Pharmacy Board and is now were fashioned after that of the
JUMBO 1'JJ! Lr where he is
residing in Perry matron of honor.
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I I I 1S1 I I 1 we an pleased to accept employed by Andrews Drugs. Bruceis Best man was Isaiah Jenkins.
119 59 .. 1 p"t l our the son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Groomsmen were Robert Stewart
I I I I In U.&D.JI FOOD STAMPCOUPONS Tucker. Jr., Frank Johnson Paul L. Jenkins

I.IN,..."""" r ',;,r.;ii 106 tl. INI 1111 n. tt ,..-I I.IN com" INat JKM ..:.11 IM. tn ni n 1..1.. 'ide's Cecelia Terwillegar's brother, J. Franklin Bell, Samuel Solomon and
_.." ._f.rw.,.A I N Ir wlI ,INJ ,IMII a IKM.CMM.Mm*''I M IM Mil fUMM Anthony Jefferson.
I IMNIII..I I..a. I McKay Truluck died Tuesday morn- Flower girls were ReShaunda Hen-
ing at his home 441 Elliott Ave.,San- drick and Leslie Burkes. Ring bearer
ford, following a lengthy illness. was Jermyn Lee.
ALL......AM mwu ooo Twin,n. n nee w/0.n* ir.M ouiumrv Maura......VI.us9A ... Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. The couple was honored at a recep-
Thursday at the Holy Cross Episcopal tion in the church parsonage follow
Church Sanford. ing the ceremony.The .
couple will reside in Mid-
Mrs. Mary Lawson spent Friday to dleburg.
Monday In Columbus,Ga. visiting her
niece, Myrtle Barfield and brother-in-
INS IM MINI oa raw MID.**mu law, A.B. Walker. Terry Jason.>,.Bryant,. ., .. .
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fu..m iiiut MM mi.tti.SN1*. + *7 Wn.Tucfcef'I'ptrtlcipafed"in; Hie'1 ,,, ..JCelebrbtesiBirthday',. ,,. _.. *. r/f *.... 'Beef Blade Chuck Steak ?inV8rti i N*IUHI CMMMNIMVIUII uwmtr (IRQoneless 1980 Dental Hygiene Class of Florida celebrated his third birthday Saturday -
Shoulder Steak n'/ wr -'Ii # Junior College at Jacksonville on Jan. night Feb. 9, with a party for the
wrtuut0.0INWvNIDUY.rl/ C 17. Pam will graduate from the family.
huck Blade Roast u'l ++ Florida Junior College Dental Jason, who was three years old
2 Vi* m I... I fl'"4 69 $119 MtMYYDIA.LONDA, Hygiene School in April 1980. Pam Is Feb. 13,is the son of Mr.and Mrs. RoyE.
S.Smoked SlaVNIIVr.O u laW ToYne the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bryant of SR16E.Refreshments .
a15.r1IY LB A"Ca'r 5 LBS lB A+i10jie ,LB Tucker.Mr. were served to the 18
[Lykes Smoked Picnics u89(! family members by Jason's mother
.. SAVE 300 A LB 8AVE 30d A LB SAVE 100 A LB and Mrs. AS. Harrison AS. after he opened his gifts.
tm m i IIHNIIT
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f 129 Harrison, Jr.and Rick Harrison were
Special Trim Hams
[ in New Orleans, La. last Wednesdayto Eastern Star
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Fresh Pork Butts $1"uM" itltrlrNt.aiturn..n.' 51I1rr 4 UVf.Ml MM Ml Hir..lf ....wvtiw m (mu wnn Thomas Friday F. Harrison's where they ordination attended In Supper February 23

Fresh IM NfiumuvMiif Pork: Spare miMt Ribs niw Easy Diet Cottage Cheese 88"'" Gwaltney Big 8 Franks S141 Hormels Pork Sausages 99'" the First Baptist Church on Wednes- Starke chapter, #224, Order of the

r5r rr N. .... tM rNrr ..If r.M IMIHIIMMIIIKMI1Hormels S239f""d''B''tt'd day night. They also attended the Eastern Star, will have covered dish
S169 fynt Taste Meat Bologna $131 Paisano Italian Sausage $191 Smoked Ham LI Mardi Gras. supper Saturday, Feb.23 at 7 p.m. In
Fish Portionstun
.... .... Friends of C.G. Hill of Kingsley the Masonic Hall.
Sliced m M.American MMrar Hm SinglesIMMIMM S 161 Hygrade Meat Hot Dogs 88''"Lykes Square Cooked Ham $191 HOODORANGE Lake will regret to hear he broke his All Masons and. their families are

INS ales NSPINS! rwaelMwaLY.raw JUICE heel in a fall off a ladder at home on Invited to attend..wA.i
Fyne Spread Qtrs. Oleo 38i( Sliced Imported Ham S171 Oscar Mayer Variety Pack S1" Monday.Mr. .
,., vat'
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PantrY Pride Sour Cream 68," fyne Taste Meat Franks 98"Sunnyland.Smoked Sausage $19' SAVE PURI HALF GALLON FLORID 99 and Mrs. Robert Green were in //
40* CANTON Sanford over the weekend and attended Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evans of 1
eO N T the surprise 25th wedding anniversary Starke announce the birth of a son 'I
GRILL A ?T FIty. ;SOFT party for Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Charles Christopher born Jan. 16 at .
CREAM NEW ZEALAND FYNE TASTESLICED I iJltit Rowe. Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City. ,.
FRANKS. CHEESE> > tl MARGARINi:: Maternal grandmother is Mrs.
"MAT OH '" LAMB 'ND.'oell3L.268 .
$ Doris Hall of Lake Geneva. Paternal
er Nealy McConnell was a
....68 fi Mrs. grandmother is Mrs. Pauline M. Grits I
f LI 69d99i medical patient in Bradford County
.0 SALE OWL' Friday to Wednesday. of Starke. Great grandmother Is
ACON Hospital Mrs. Brown of Starke,
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Green Cove Springs (we hear there 669 were Laurie Mullins Pam Pratt, I design on, they also learned use
;/ By Dolores Meng.phone 4M-ltlS method 01 dealing with the Stock Carolyn Eaves,phone M4-U1I. was long underwear In use).Our own Dawn Schoenlng, P.trlcla Mon- I lunderelaze wash.and paint. they all
Coupon and Refund Club Mark" Wo have a few more cookies for ,Joyce Walnwright was In charge: of tgomery and Joyce Walnwright. I turned out (treat. -
L' With the Increasing cost ol Happy Birthday sale could we Interest you In anotherboxlt I this event and she planned well for the Thanks to all those who have helped 1 The finished products are looking
groceries and other super market Miss Claudette Peterson celebratedher Our original order was not sufficient International Theme, Scouting with the Cadette badge Ceramics,the' good and everyone did a good job of
.' Items, It has become beneficial to use birthday Feb. 16. so we asked Jacksonville and ,Around the World.There were meals troop enjoyed It so much we have extended their own special piece. Big thank you
c. cut out coupons which appear In Happy Birthday to Lisa Marie Gainesville for additional cookies and from Mexico, crafts from Japan, In- the lime to work on It. Bobble to Grace, everyone said it war' fun.
:.;, newspapers, magazines and cir Huntley who Is 8 years old today,Feb. have almost sold all of them. Once ternational graces a .pinata and a Sue O'Brien loaned us a great book on Leaders and Assistants rememberthe
v '. culars. 211 again we appreciate all the supportwe report of the Cabana trip. They also the history of ceramics as well as pictures :* Basic Camp{ Training this Satur-
On Saturday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. In Congratulations to the students In have received from the communl- ,enjoyed a campfire (bet that felt it also answered a lot of questions day at 9:30.Everyone: .
terested] persons are invited to a Miss Peterson's 5th grade for their ty. good), Horror Heroes movies with we had to have to complete our remember Feb. 22 Is
meeting at the home of Edith Smith, contributions to this next week's Feb. 2, S,and 4 was a cold weekendbut popcorn, flag ceremony, scouts own, requirements. Grace Fullwood has Thinking Day for Scouts, J plan
j. phone 468-2824, at which time you are school lunch menu. Please look for it a great one for the Senior canoeing, football and volley ball. really gone the extra mile, she poured something special If you have not
urged to bring your coupons and refund elsewhere this paper. Weekend at Camp Chowenwaw at 'Those attending from Starke Troop mugs for each scout to put their own already done so.
certificates along to exchange ,I
with others.Mrs. Smith was pleasant-
w: ly surprised to notice a 5 to 10 percent

t. by reduction the use In her of these family coupons grocery and bill It's easy to have your prescription :

forms.Some of the items which can be obtained E C filled at Eckerd Drugs..even ifs@
free of charge are Oxydol :

cookbook pie Jack chewing for children tobacco, Dixie, Welch Lily's ; now being filled somewhere else. .

flour and more. __ Bring in any prescription and we'II,fill it. .or If you've been having S
Save all the coupons you can find. your prescription filled somewhere else simply bring us the bottle and,
exchanged Those you do with not those plan other to use people may do be ... our little neighborhood department store I. well easily arrange to have your prescription transferred to Eckerd's. ,

not use
You may also call Mrs. Carolyn .
Slater at 468-2920 for more Informa t: ; \ : "'Jl'il' ---" ''' "AI'J' ;J! M ':<1. "i .,
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Mr. A.C. Dennison (Buck) remains : f\1JI 1 \ Ii -. -
hospitalized at Alachua General p- t-f 'I\ .2h& _
Hospital where he underwent serious Ii &&t : 'W' .
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surgery recently. He might ap- 4 _. ;' ..
preciate a cheerful card at Room !560 .- ,
there. I 11-1 r I t \

Convalescing ,. .. .' ;; ,.,.,,,;Z :. N: I..... ,
Mrs. Frances Wadsworth has ." / ,;,:- ,,'" "" II
returned home after her recent 0 .,.. J'J 6i-f .III- :.I'j!';;}m'. >f ..:; : p _' .,;:? ,

hospltollzation. <. / r "1i to. ., ': ... -..?" ) -..,:/
Mrs. Josephine Fontaine returned ;<:fc 2.> ;' I"JI':' .

home Sunday following four days at L g t f p."..._,, .c i I ;; I ,.
Bradford County Hospital. Her son, :: iil .
Tommy Fontaine from Huntington (j(, i'i ,/
'J2 S :
& ; i! @!!IY I'm
Conn stopped by to visit her Wednesday !J jf." (,'
of last week while on a business .w. '" I.j 1\-# I I --" ifi:._
trip. He found it necessary to take her t
tests.and and treatment.Mr. Mrs. William. Schaub of lt I" ; PAIN RELIEVER f BABYSHAMPOO ;; PEPSI COLA ; DEODORIZER Y

Crescent Florence Schaub City and of their Belmore daughter, Long, 'Lys! 69-Wlthdecay. t I: F 29. ,Bottle 100. dependable of- I i 'fa. 219 1 I bottle plastic 16-OZ (xS.. : "I' } ..
/ .119topcans 1J159deOdorlzer.
; t.
Island, N.Y. visited Mrs. Josephine :! ;f. 1 pain t1, LIMIT 1 'I & \\'i
Fontaine and JoAnn on Sunday. ;:'ei; t. relief !it.oi} I '\I
'h LIMIT 1 { oz REG$2.t93
Lake I LIMIT t 3i
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bowman of r''''Yj, .::o.t; ',!f'j' -- > .; '" "' ,- ...... f# "" : '.... "
family Toledo,from Ohio,Tuesday visited the to Thursday >j1';' .r,; ";>;;..','' ,= i.&. [,{ fi 'P !I' 11 Yt I> "'(" :ff. _.. I. .'...", .,,. .'... _'" ,,"._ ..' ''''" .

last week. They were enroute to South f [ !f..t. T 'W M NO NONSENSE DURACELL I
Florida where \\1t"r<- m-T. ,
they planned to visit 1.re' '\. "'(" -" ALKALINE
other relatives and friends. PANTYHOSE .
Control top to trim BATTERIES
Happy Birthday i TROPICAL BLEND ,.... ., tummy & hips. Cotton PACK Of 2 "C"or''D"size _
Happy Birthday to Teresa Bauldree g-f botlleofdark -f\ ventilated crotch panel. (for ,
*98-oz L JO flashlights
i;J. lotion or oil: r L'' '
who celebrated her 15th birthday today 2 tanning 1 O 3 radios toys&some
.[fi .... 1
Feb. 21. Teresa is an honor student LIMIT 1 I : small appliances."L .
1: : 179
at Bradford High School. BEN GAYOINTMENT l $229 REG.$1.99 PACK

Hampton Elementary School : .
School Audit 1'.OZ.greaseless : MEN'S&BOYS GALLON
Principal Connie Clark was Informed pain relieving oint- L.Gy TRASH BAGS VINYLSTRAP&ALUMINUM
last week that Hampton Elemen- ment LIMIT 1 JOGGERS i ,< 2 ML thick plastic with LAWN FURNITURE
tary School was the county school I'ggc Nylon construction tie-ups Box of 15. Colorful vinyl straps on aluminum
selected for a comprehensive state PARKED AVIS tn.wosr' with contrasting REG. i3.79 LIMIT 1 frame Chaise has multi-position
audit. THROAT DISCS Stripe REG. $899 .
o.Q. back.,Both fold for storage
The consistently, high, scoring the jr aT4 Box 0(60( discs. "
school experienced during recent :tl I soothing temporary] 699[ 288 ,; CHAIR nCHAISE

years was a factor in this selection. WW relief LIMIT| 1 __ (!; 1588' 588

School Valentine Parties JOHNSON&JOHNSON
Parents assisted teachers in providing $DECORATOR SWABS t; SETH THOMAS OCELLO REG.$1999 REG.$3299

refreshments of cakes, 300 swabs in spillproof 1jt J SPONGES ,
cookies, candies and punch for Valen'ine container. I TRAVATOURALARM FOLDING WOOD
i decorator .
:1129 J \ Compact travel alarm Many uses around home& _
parties last Thursday. Primary LIMIT 1 shop Pack of4.REG 73, CAMP
itudents enjoyed exchanging Valen- simulated leather case, PACK ,
tines with their friends. t EVENFLO PLASTIC Key wind REG $6,99 LIMIT 2 .:.. I Sturdy wood frame
Formal Tea NURSER pith 12 : .. T' 249 f with assorted
Mrs. Carole Stevenson's seventh 588 2' color seat
'" / 008-oz.slze.dIShwaSher' Plastic REG $2.
3/1 :- +
grade class hosted a formal ValentineTea safe i- Nurser : PACKS. .-'
for their parents and friends. ':&;: ,' .. ii
Refreshments were served from 'o .,.. : .;
tables covered with decorative cloths. SUMMERS EVEDISPOSABLE 5-SHELF STEEL HIBACHI
Guests and in- DOUCHE '
were greeted properly Cast '
iron _
troduced to teachers and other guests 4'i-02' regular t SHELVING: construction
and students by class members. 43C herbal. LIMIT 2 'I I t I Sturdy.easy assemble. able multi-position drafts REG.grid. adjustor -
Punch was served from crystal '. Lots storage 't .r i
bowls. Silver and crystal trays held ... t/ for little floor b '
sandwiches, cookies, nuts and can- 'f 'tf'd' .,) & space. REQ $1799 128 516.88.
dies. The beautifully decorated r 1 ti

Valentine cake was made by Mrs KODAK 12 188 .
Blonnle Derkman. EKTRA 1
Seventh grade girls were dressed Informal CAMERA t' -
dresses, and the boys wore If'PockelSlze
their best shoes,shirts, ties and suits camera Outfit /
PAINT TRAY fn Quick .
is complete with him & & .Jll starting even ,
The decorated with red
room was 1 burning. 10-lb bag I
flipflash REG $21 99 Kbd* ROLLER
hearts and streamers, and SET
serving '
11 REG. $1.69 LIMIT 1 rfc'
Cktnl' ==:I f J'
dishes and napkins carried the Valen- Metal tray with. 9-in '7
tine theme. 'A I I roller i handle. .,.. .. "
1799 REG..J2,19' ''Mffa "
Sixth Grade Party .....: SOFTSIDE '" 32.QT. MOLDED I
Mrs Ernestine Denmark's sixth .j :;: COOLER J

graders planned a Valentine Party LUGGAGE 137' Molded of heavy duty ::1
with Amy Williams serving as Chair CLAIROL TRUE-TO-LIGHT Attractively. styled in Pecan .a s Hinged lid REG. $1799 polyethylene
man. I or Gold Heavy duty zipper
Students made room decorations MAKE UP MIRROR TOTE 188 ,"j
and valentines for and -__ BAG 188 WINDSHIELD ii
friends.Everyone enjoyed the guitars to magnifying mirror sw.velsfrom Adjustable regular side f 9 REG.$11 99 SQUEEGEE f r

brought by Dean Padgett and Jody mirrors 4-way light. selection. O..N" Sponge head with 24-in. I
f .
Wadsworth. They especially appreciated NO LM VIII REG $32 99 REa 517 99 '
the selections played so 5027'

well by Jody.Exchanging. t HOSE
valentines and eating Flexible vinyl rein-
refreshments were enjoyed by all who forced with nylon.
attended. Brass fittings
School Post Offices REG $1099
With all the mail coming Into I RACQUET BALL l
classrooms last week, Miss Claudette HAMILTON BEACH POPAIRE HAITIAN DECORATIVE RACQUETFiberglass
Peterson and Mrs. Mindy McLean HOT AIR CORN POPPER ;r BASKETS construction MELNOR
found it advantageous to construct a Pops corn theosl-lesswaywith. for
poet office In each of their rooms.The hot air. with butter melter. 10 INCH OS8 lasting stability SPRINKLER
fifth and fourth graders enjoyed NO. 510 REG. $34.99 REG.$4,95 w .W Top REG.grain$1399 leather grip. Full or part circle to 75'.
working on this project and appreciated 8 Adjusts from jet stream
INCH /18
the help of their parents REG.$S 95 ,, .,** '999 to fine spray., REG. $3.99'
and friends In making their Valentine 2999 A8N0,9570,
Parties n enjoyable. 141NCH C88REG .
.$695 i. .. .,,9 ,
Seventh Grade Projects

taken The on seventh a more prade cheerful classroom atmosphere has *\bhtable> (oupott ..... .' .".'. ....."':. Woven banana palm baskets. nofZ.REQ.J299 RACQUETBALLS" ... ...A8gtosccentyourindoorplants. 1-GALLON r

with the chirping of baby chicks. :: COLOR REPRINTS : ,

completion with fining out Information : Bring In your favorite color KITES( \AQ ot"Pal sprayer
In their booklets and experimental \ plaaticeonatruction.
:: negative and order S quality reprints
feeding of the chicks. White ;,: on Kodak paper. .' ..j pattern 4designs REG $369 s_
feathers emerging on the two red EasyasssmDle. to ,? -*
chicks adds special Interest 5/8ScJ/ : .. REQ S1.4B

TbJnkology Students are booklets also In working connection! on -: Coupon Good Thru Sat.,Fib,23rd 99<:

with the use of the computer In then
H 1 1 h '
They are gaining t /
math concepts and
reasoning through this course. DRUGS 1

The Florida Times newspaper Is ECKERD'S.. FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER '
read daily each ,I' 1 SALE PRICES GOOD
by seventh grader. .TWICITHI""INTIQet..rr..OI
They have subscriptions during the ,I with wy roll ol color or blKK/ and TWICE THRU eaT. FEB. 23 Iu3a Luw1 r
month of February. They are re- I wluw prim Mm dxxlopwl and prmtadI ., OPEN WEEKDAYS
quirednews national state and P.M. /
In addition to editorials I film TWIC tor tee THt FILM 01. too roll of prmt 1, **>OWWMTM*ter- iiksMi*,IM Msw? l, JSUNOAY10A.M.1117 P.M. I
wee on Kodacolor Black
and other SWOP*ABLY 10..11I >
news features. < >and whlta/ tmnn you pave your Him 2, ;&:::\nr.-: ., SALI
On Thursdays they are given a i at Ccktrd LIMITIO./ /,
large grocery list. They searchthe 'ODA.ocAa.edY. EVERYDAY. Iwt nisinvc THI morir To n.4..aate y
Food Section for best buy fa these : : ?l11J1f1f1fIfiflflflJ1rJ'IJLIIT! \ QUANTITICS.

Items. Also they are, learning.the

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF written defense., If any the original' with the IN THE. CIRCUIT an Iron 'pipe' !"thence; : Smith lIul..,, 2489.45 feet to a concrete William'Wilton:Jr., 444 the nature

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL to It, on the Petitioner's ,clerk ol this court either COURT, .' 'EIGHTH South 0 Degree 30 Schwalb. I Nichols, Attorney monument on the) W. Madison SI, Storke, of trio uncertainty shall

CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR I Attorney, whose name before, service 01\' p.tl JUDICIAL ,C1ItCUIT'fN'' Minutes East 234.99 feet for Plalntlll !SOO Northerly right of way Fla. 32091 doing, be ttated. If the claim .,.

BRADFORD COUNTY and address I I. Paul D. tioner' attorney or Immediately AND FOR BRADFORD'I to an' Iron piper th.nc. Barnett Bank Building, Una of Grove Road: budnet under the firm secured, the security

,FLORIDA. Newell P.O. Box 654 thereafter: COUNTY FLORIDA'NC. North 89 Degree 30 Jacksonville, Florida thence run South name ol "WILSON'S shall b. described Th.

Civil Action COM No. K.y.ton. Height" otherwise 'a (udgment 79-478; COLONIAL. MORTGAGE Mlnutet East 100 feet to 32202. a/14 2tchg 3/31. 09*33'00" West along FLORIST1', '444 W. claimant shall deliver

80-40. Florida. 32656 and file will be entered for the 'COMPANY.corporation.Plaintiff., a I f I an' Iron pipe; thence said Northerly right of Madison St., Starke, Flo. sufficient copies Ol the
IN, RE: Trie marriage of the original ,with the relief d.mand.d in the v' South 83 Degree, 37 way line 200.00 feet to a 32091. Intend to claim toh.. clerk to

LEON OTTIS RIDAUCHT clerk of the above-styled petition. JOHN B. CAMPBELL andoth.r. Mlnutet 30 Seconds Cost NOTICE OFINTENTION concrete monument: register said fictitious enable the clerk Id mail

: Husband and MARIA' ANNETTE court on or before March WITNESS my hand and .. Defendant, t "&,6$ feet :to.'on, Iron thence run North name under the provllont one copy to each Per

RIDAUCHT Wife. IB, 1980 otherwise audgm.nt seal 1 oft this Court on NOTICE: pip.: thence South 73 TO REGISTER 0622 43" East 200.00 ol aforetald sonalR.pr.antativ.

t NOTICE ( may b. February 6, 1980. ,OF SALE. Degrees 48 Mlnutet 30 FICTITIOUS feet: thence run North tatuto.. All persons InterestedIn

OF ACTIONTO entered ogalnst you for GILBERT S. BROWN Notice It hereby given Seconds East 30.35 f.., NAME 03"*07'17" West 31000 William Wilson, Jr.. the estate to whom a

: MARIA ANNETTE the relief demanded In Clerk ol the Court, BYMarian that< pursuant to''on ,to an Iron pip.: thence Pursuant to Section feet to a concrete monument _n.,. copy of this Notice ef Administration .

RIDAUGHT. 3710 Allan' the complaint or ,...fI.flon. '. /./ McRae. DEPUTY order era final,judgment, South 89 Degree 01 MS.09, Florida Statute, : thence run North Dated this Slit day ol has been

Street. Metarlo, loui- CLERK. 2/7 4tchg of forecloturo entered In Minute East, 53 feet to notice It hereby given 13.07',," West 210.00 January. A.D. 1980 In mail.d are required

lana 70002. WITNESS my hand and 2/28. the obovo-captloned action an Iran pip. located on that the undersigned feet to a concrete monument Bradford County. 1/31 WITHIN THREE MONTHS

YOU ARE HEREBY seal 1 of sold Court this, I will toll the property the Westerly boundary Steve Hay... 353 A and trie Point of 4tchg NOTIFIED that an action 18th day of January situated In Brad. of the right-of-way of North Beginning: thence continue FIRST PUBLICATION OF
for Dissolution of Marriage 1980. ,Pratt Street thence T.mpl. THIS NOTICE, to file
I fiord County::"Florida, ; Sfarke.Flo. 32091, North U'07'17"West anyobl.ctions
hOG been Iliad and Gilbert S. Brown As TRADE NAME dascribed o*: North) 0 Degrees 28 builnot under the firm 30.00 feet to a concrete IN THE CIRCUIT COURT thoy may

'you or. r.qulr.d to Clerk of the Court. By: LAW TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH. ,Minute.West, along said name of "STEVE HAYES monument: thence FOR BRADFORD COUN have that challenges the

serve a copy ol your /Beulah M. Moody At (Notice Under'. .flc'.' RANGE :23 EAST Westerly boundary 103 CONSTRUCTION,,'353 A run North 5633'27" West TY. FLORIDA. PROBATE validity of the Decedent

D.puty Clerk. tltlous Name law) Section 29 A parcel of feet to' an Iron pipe; North Temple 'Ayon., 55.SO foot to a concrete DIVISION File' NO. 't Will thequolillca.

1/31 Ieht 2/21. Notice I I. h.r.by given land lying In the NE'A of th.nc. South 89 Degrees Starke, FI... 3201, In- monum.nt: thence run 80.10-CP. lions ol the' Personal

that undersigned, SW/4 of told Section, 14 Minute 20 Seconds tend to register sold f fictitious North 20.9'57" East In ,.: ESTATE OF Representative, or the

FLOIRIWSDREALTt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT pursuant to the old parcal bemg mar. West. parallel with said name under the 30,00 foot to a concrete FRANZ F.J. TAMM venue or jurisdiction of

OF.THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Fictitious Name particularly described at North.rly boundary, provision of aforesaid Monument: thence run Deceased. the Court.
Statute", Chapter No. follows 99.95 foot to on, Iron statute. North 71*V48" East NOTICE OF All CLAIMS
Phon.964-7700. BRADFORD COUNTY 20953 Laws of Florida pip.:' thence North q Steve Hayes, owner. 263.78 feet to a concrete ADMINISTRATIONTO DEMANDS, AND OBJEC

33 N.Temple A....._ FLORIDA. 1941. a* amended,, by, Con>me>nc. at the Nor Degree 28 Mlnutet Dated this 31st day ol monum.nt on the ALL PERSONS HAVING TIONS NOT SO FILED
Chapter No. 26760. Laws 'West, with said WILL BE FOREVER BAR
thaast comer of laidNE'4 January. A D. 1980 In Westerly right of way CLAIMS OR
CASE NO. 79546. ol Florida 1951, and by of SW'b.ing( also Westerly boundary .149 Bradford County. 1/31 line of Ridge Road: DEMANDS AGAINST THE REDDot.

If you want good buy 3B. Chapter No. 67-209 tha Southeast corner of feet to Point ol Beginning Ipd 2/21. th.nc. run South ABOVE ESTATE AND All of the first
Room. 1% Bath home IN RE: THE ADOPTIONOF Laws of Florida 1967. beIng Lot 4, Block I, of 11'02'57" East along aid OTHER PERSONS IN. publication of this Notice

I .with Income producing LAURA JEANNE Section Saratoga Heights, Unit I, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Westerly right of way TERESTED THE ESTATE: of Administration

property .dloln'n.' PERRY BY: RENE GAR. Florida Statutes 845.09. will as p.r plat thereof, Together with the OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL IIn. 150.00 loot to a concrete YOU ARE HEREBY February .14. 1980.
CIA. HER STEP FATHER. recorded in Plot Book following equipment. thence /t/Wilbur Red Neal
regltter with the Clerk of 2. CIRCUIT IN AND 'FOR monum.nt: NOTIFIED that the administration -
3'''' ac. In South part of the Circuit Court in and Pag. 64 of the Public BRADFORD COUNTY run South B347'57" W.st of the As Personal R.pr.san
:county. B.000.00 cash. NOTICE OFACTICN for Bradford County, Record of said County) On. bedroom on. bath FLORIDA. CASE NO. 237.39 feet to the Point estate of FRANZ F.J. tatlve of the Salads of ,
South 89 Gut House. of FRANZ F.J. TAMM
and run BO-BCA. Beginning, TAMM deceased. File
10 ec.. 20% dawn fair .Interest P.O.TO Box Mr.337 Charles Sandovol Perry, proof Florida of upon publication receipt of "Degree* 14 Minute. 20 Wall to Wall Carpeting HECTOR L. OWNBEYand has boon filed against Number 80-IOCP, I I. Deceased

rete. Coed lacotl..... Illinois 62882. this notice, the fictitious Second West, along the Swimming pool VERA E. OWNBEY. you and you or.required pending inh.. Circuit ATTORNEY FOR PER
name, towltBROWN'SREFRIGERATION Southerly boundary of R.d-wood fenceat his wife. Plaintiff vs ARTHUR to serve a copy of your Court for Bradford County SONAl REPRESENTATIVE
I said Saratoga Height BALLARD STONE written defenses, If any, Florida Probate Division : Paul D. Newell
.. Roam 1 % Bath end. 1 under
an action far Adop and the Northerly public tale, to the It MYRON C. P,O. Box 654 Keystone
along and JEFFERY E. ROBERTS to on the address of
which It Is In business' In
ol land .
acre Financing lion haG boon filed and
the ol Starke boundary of said NE!% of highest and belt bidder and ELDEANA ROBERTS. REVATT.. JR.. Plaintiff which I I. P.O. Drawer B.Slark. Height, Fl rldo. 32656
available good Interest | you are required to City for cash at tha east door 904/4734928 2 14 2lchg
Florida. SW'/, 469.93 foot to an his wife, Defendant. Attorney whose addressI .. Florida 32091.
rate. serve a copy! of your of the Bradford County 2/21.
That the Iran pipe for Point of AMENDED I P.O. Drawer 798 The personal representative
written defenses, If party Interested
any Beginning. From Point of Courthouse In Starke. NOTICE OF Nightingale at Palmetto ol the ..'01. i*
to It on Petitioner' attorney In said butlnes >- * <
described Florida at 11 I :00 a.m. on
Evonlnfesi Please call enterprise. Is as follows Beginning thus ACTIONTO Keystone Heights Wilbur "R.d" Neal.
who. and
V.ml..Odo..I..n name continue South 89 the 3rd day of March. : JEFFERY E. Florida 32656. on or who. address is P.O.
add,... It: J.J BROWN'S HEAT ft AIR.
Phonai44-S474 WOLBERT. INC. Degree 14 Minute 20 1980.Gilbert ROBERTS and ELDEANA before February 28 Box 449. Keystone Ve'reProud;
JR. P.O. Box
5P W. Second West,; along S. Brown. ROBERTS his wile, 19 0. and file the Heights Florida 32656.
5V Andrew ,u.77tI| I 1086 Starke. rioriaa BytGeorg Clerk of the Circuit with the Clark of
laid Northerly boundaryand RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.YOU original The nom.and address ol Of
Brown. President. 2/7
*....7Iff 32091, beloro
O. Dull on or
: 2/28. along sold Southerly- Court By: /t/Tonya ARE HEREBY this Court either' before the personal represen
March S. 1980 and file 4tpd
boundary 128.55 feat to Hodget Deputy Clerk. NOTIFIED that on actionto service on Plaintiff At- tative' attorney are tot

I J ., foreclose Contractfor tornay or Immediately forth blow! You, Scouts!
Deed on the following thereafter' : otherwise a All pertons having
property In Bradford default will be entered claim or demands
J 4nE.Gl uet County. Florida: against you for the relief against the estate or.equlrad. Your many projectsin

A parcel of land d.manded In the Com r WITHIN THREE first aid caret of

Reg., CTTIIID: situated In Section 12. plaint. MONTHS FROM THE the environment good
ISO Township 9 South. Rang. WITNESS my hand and DATE OF THE FIRST
gt- citizenship arts and
; 22 East, Bradford County the seal I of this Court on PUBLICATION OF THIS

Florida being Lot 20 ol January 23. 1980. NOTICE to file with the crafts andcommunitvleadership

an unrecorded map of GILBERT S. BROWN. clerk of the above court have helped

2 Trailer ParAt. '** Special NO. 6 a* surveyed by BYsBeuloh M. any claim or dmand make ourarea a nice

trailer park, II trailer. Appro. 6 acres. F.nc.d. Joseph G. Knopp Moody Deputy Clerk. they may hove. Each enjoyable place to be.You're I

.1 Iroil.r park, 11 trailer 2 BR from. house, barn ap Surveyor dot.d January 1/31 4tchg2/21. claim must b. In writing

prox. 22 acre. lenced postureland. LARGE down payment 29, 1974: sold parcel' being and must Indicate the setting a great

Owner will finance balance more particularly basis for the claim the example. Keep up the

We Handle Rental STROUT REALTY, I IReg. Inc., described as fallows: N01KEOFINTENTION name and address of the good work I
Commence ot a concrete creditor or his agent orottorney
Real Estate Broker TO REGISTER
monument at the and the
BR 4 Ba Home.
::3 BR'LAKE HOUSE: Furnished, F.b. May. IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE Southeast corner'of void FICTITIOUS NAME amount claimed, If the

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY THE ASSOCIATION OF S.ctlon 12, and run Pursuant to Section claim Is not yet du., the 98o
North 0622'43' .East data wh.n It will become
1 war.hous. on US 301. Air conditioned oHIce Grea 863.09. Florida Statutes, ty
MRS. LORRAINE Associate along the East line of due shall b. ttated. If
location. notice Is hereby given SGOGa
S.ctlon 12 a distance of the claim is contingent or
1 Tockl. and Bait buslnet, large Inventory. that the undersigned
On. city block In downtown Starke, just waiting for the

right buslnet Great opportunity for downtown mall. LARGEST REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION 'L'_ I ','''41Yt1." .rt I

I warehouse. 6,000 ft Needs roof and : _. .+ ,., .
large appro sq. ". '.I AL: "kAd1' .'. 4 *."'- \ '
repair Hat floor and Handing wall. -. .-...;, -. ** ". .ywIt tJ3LtT4 1J06f71O0a. )dn t' '
INVESTORS DREAMIncom.PropertyWillPayForlts.lt SINCE'1900 alph Bryan Real O

01 small apartment compla Handyman tpecial I 14 rental Rag. Rl Estate Broker 310 W. Call St., Starke m

units, possibly 5. 838 N. Tempi Aw.. .
(Cor. US 301 & Call Strttt) .804-8788 j LI3 ':
::1 small frame houte. Stork. Flo. 32091 ** \ LISTINGS WANTED '
1 large from. houte. Needs repairt. Retident or 4 VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION ACROSS FROM p
opartmenti ((4 BR, 4 BA). WESTERN AUTO. /
.1 .2 BR from. house. Apartment on tide. Zoned. camNATIONWIDE BUYER & SELLER REFERRAL SERVICE NEW HOMES !

merctal. (

oDupl.x. brick landscaped yard. 2 BR 1 Bo, LR. Kit., on GOOD BUILDERS. WB WILL ASSIST YOU WITH HOUSE '

,.3 BR. 1 Ba Greenhouse Zoned Commercial. coat you nothing..-th. builders pay I Complete Inlorma I 964-7776

.1 Aportmentt Downstairs, 3 BR. 2 Ba Upstairs Living FAULKNER rg ties on the new COUNTY BOND PROGRAM. ciauATERWILLEGAR

Quarters Rent will help pay mortgage_ B&4.S0SS 205 N. Temple Starke S"
Please call us to Hit your property. FOREST HOTS. Restricted Vi acre Lot $2,500 and up WIRE.PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
John I.Glover ill Termt

.. .1111. BrokerLu I
ROLLING HILLS (BaI... Highway) 1 acre B up S3.SOO I
Green Sander A.soelate 2301: N.Temple A.... % down. SPECIAL
'FHA-VAB ;:env. Financing. Avelloble
10 DAYS ONLY 20 ACRES Portyth Rd. $33,000.
SIR IB, 3 octet wi"'" .hili ...... S24.VM,'.
/ LAWTEY 3 acres B up. S3.000 per ecre ,.,.....
? ( 7.11 acres well pole B septic $1 ,300.
: jam/ IQ tTiI 4 Happy COMMERCIAL INCOMI PROPERTY 10 oars pines $22.000 a $24.000.
(; Washington St. lot ,with building t chain. link IT PAYS TO CONSULT A REALTOR
Reg. Real Estate Broker lenceSIS.OOO.Hwy. US 901 N. 36.35 Acres with 1340' an 301 $54.800- terms
Ml North Trail Motel lawtay Birthday 301 N appro 1 acre with CB homo,owner /lnaac1 -
I ISO) Acre -All or part. Owner ready to loll -Make Offer ACREAGE
:Offlce 782-331 Home 782-384 Yecret
I +heme+llih pond-Rd. 230A 13500.'
Store building downtown,Call st.Over 3000: square'-. OFFERING APPROX:BOO oars hi various locations. flnenced.e .
*2.4 aero Hampton SS.MO Owner

Scouts! X GRAHAMl ...acre near Presbyterian Church B Hospital. $39 000.

OPEN HOUSI ALL NEW spacious ACREAGE 70 ocn with 3 BR handy man house $1._ per acr.. *4,14 acre* Grlffll leap timber SI0.3DO Owner fin.
308 N. $t. Clair St. very Hwy lOOW-Beavtrf 7*acres,only. $1,000.per acre,very Rd. fin.
home I In 3 Ac. *II acre* 301 B Morgan S3 .000 Own.r
lat"rda',2. ,, IoounIthO H/A' 7O Years good term*. Railroad fin.
;. 3 Br. 2 COMMERCIAL *20 acre 301 N. prime Owner
2:00 p.m. -,,00 p.m. I .brick llreploce I .40 aero. Marian County > Owner financed. LOOKING FOR 301 FRONTAGES WB HAVE OVER I Mill IJ acres 17000.

;An unusual property.Charming In Fm.' Rm. Built-in 'S ecree, Hwy 22S, good land In pasture 2,750 per ecre. IMPROVED. AND UNIMPROVED IN TOWN OUT! I 11 1 *2 acre B Home off rd. US barn fantod 124,100.

Mutt*ee to appreciate Vacuum .y. .m. Alt this Old '2'% acre. Hampton. .,... Include well tootle, lightpole 10 acre 4 BR 2 Ia brick Rd. I2S Home with extra

J44r00: Reduced and more far $54.OOO. ,form HOMES 12 acre Rd. 225 Nice horn. 3 BR 2 Ba CHBA $43.SOO.
is*too 21 ocr.S01: South. Concrete block home 3 BR 2 bath*-Pamlly room CHBA 16 IIC..* Brewnlee Rd. 3 BR 2 Ba CHBA $44.500.
.40 pecan trees. 2Vt acre. 12' 70' M H. Cen. N/A 2 .. 211111.0" Rd. 135 $32.000.
elo. 6 Neat
Something for tha HANDY Inside utility separate iterege garage OHcelUnt acre -
Must tea to appreciate. MAN 4 Br. Frama homo In hookup, 24 aare 1st Improved pasture. ........ location nice lot $40,000. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES/ \
location. :SO aere. half wooded. half Improved
1 Stucco home nettled under the Country on 1 Ac. 'Ml large Udg. '/, acre S39.000 Owner financed,
"" ., creek frontage, partially lenced. BRAND NEW 4 home. Low down paymant a 'Inter**,
the protective branches of, Owner, want to R.II,.. Greet property cross from Holiday Inn Owner fin.
will rat.fa qualified buy.
acre LAKE BUTLER AREA. 14.MO. Owner
fine Pecan Treat and old Call today. Only 27000. ; : Store 4 apis. 301 $17,100. Owner financed. I
historic Oak T'.... A v.ry' itMH fF '7000 l<|. ft. CB Udg. an Rd. 1* E Owner financed. '
Largo B Small 2 BR Block' In walking distance to town on 100. ITS lotroom -
lovely telling for a 3 Br.ACREAGE for .Home (commerclel) a cartage S22,SOO Owner financed '
FINANCING .. HOMES large garden $21,000.
lot of home for 0' Call Owner financed.
homo A building on Apt. upstairs
U5SOD.VIRY LOW DOWN,", r ............ I both on 1 acre .nice tress 17500. Term. .
the low prlco of ,. 404 N. Cherry :1 large furnished Apt.. Owner fin.
EHcelUnt location 414 W. Adklne
.' PAYMENTS BR I Beth en city loft fenced, U.tOO. under renova Handyman Special ,
4 rental Call B $3S .
$300. me Income > Bay ,000.Apt.
: frame LR eat-In kitchen w/bar 4 BR IVi Ba chain
complex 301 $70,000 goad cash flow Owner fin.
ti. 2V4. acre 2 BR 1 Bath H.SOO. I link fence nice tool shed 14000. .
REAL ESTATE NEEDS .10 acres with 3 I.. 2 Bath C/B home. CB4A, chain .link
yard, many fruit tree., several pecan, fenced I Very home on tIC
IN BRADFORD COUNTY CALL _.. and Ig ulllltvJpdjLiZt.ntlVKINOSLIY $...000 PER LOT 20% DOWN.t .
'uro. 2 small "'.,n.. Term carport ." {
.acre well;teak elec., house, utll.bldg.SS.SOO.
'R. I Bath family room carpet A/C unit
lot _.. LAKE lot 4 Butler Court $ ttO"
.- BILL POWELL $24.100. Brick duplex with *O ft. en water S44,SOO.: Beautiful lot near Country Club 100'x12V .s. oo Rd.:'iao
?>)JS. tone .....tor.tco.; 2 BR, I Both with 4 acre
A04 cultivation, bam and garage comb., ........ CROSBY LAKE Commercial let next to Terwlllegor Realty ISO'xISO'. '

REAL ESTATE : .." L.... area 2 ac.... 4.b.droomt I both 2-stery, I! BR 1 $. freme home with 45 ft. an. water with SO ft!, Hampton" Oaks Lot US S780O pretty 'r_.. Owner fin.

I landscaped. yersf. ) 10'$39.000'1:; :, '': _' Calf St. eommer M tot MS' X 84' $''BOO Owner fin. ,

.1 IB N.Walnut S,. ,..-6464 24 hrt Roam IB,if IS with ..,.,,_. Separate dining, STRAWBERRY SiCountry : Be****' ReV*."trees Beet !neighborhood $4000 Ownarfan I

:--: I""' ,. I fafe>eemt. 4%hath. 2. ere., ..m. Must Estate large 2-st.ry'C.p Cud se .14 beautiful i iO
.... .. .5 Country Club. rett 1 Acre each SeOeO eech Owner ;1".
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Properties Wanted Per Development ee.'Coed iMmtj ; ,' \ .......) and area fenced. acre. '
? Call) St. commercial let tea/ w 1W S*. OO'Owner fin:
': Mfh
'Sroetieiv three : block .
WE WIU BUY DIRECT :Areas bedWemAl concrete :AWAY! < f .. ;
: NO COMMISSION INVOLVED iome. ... + *Historical .S4 S4tO : f112'roomi 2Vibeths
r; SOffl'/WERSARY/ Only, m.WBji- t y', .. 2Jf the 3, 4R Ir.m. house B shad. '''.12'. N. Cherry to- '
: IP YOU WANT TO TURN YOUR <1' ," B fireplace.'W I 4 .beautiful. late.'- Ownar fin' ,: -,.Us. 4

PIlOPIITYINTOCAIH-CALLlILLPOWILL. j.tj-M SnI.i.. N.w I BR home with Greet Roam a fireplace t CHBA an 4 ImeeUiatlenll.

i" Ofc. 44-4444 ..*.*...7911' Of CUB SCOOTING .'tlas.ki restricted rm*<,je..broker-.. .......... Term acres an paved read. .....000 Inehide\ tractor B disk., her- i itow,4 TWO'BEDROOM HOMES i
-. Over Two Plundredlfs ..,>acre. ..S2.OQ*..M. owT3'y';r '" ;if' : ..1'7W-.tt'121.. T l funi.$1E,600;' Ownet'fln.'take1 r

;: ........ City of rorke Per SaleIpecM 0"tor* "Mclty pa'raaT ttraer, ,.fCMO, exceMvm; ...... St. Ocela Block \. tree*- $27Wa. Owner financed ,-
: .Price* .for Tan er More ., { *-r> ?tr''t ,*' DtOWT CALL. .MOBILE HOMB. .... 100A SW Neat Rtckardwen"" $3400..
SIR BELOW "tw&iKifwyHntonMf ..
__.' t yy S r;+qPt ,":JPi&sWiettSrAr': .::.< .&: ,fM ,1 I L2.: !r/ i.I"" .., MWrlOB r ....- .MR2B C H. new carpet Y acre BdV.100 SJl,OOO,. ,

Bill'" Powell Real Estate ": i .ul! H. eulkner.Reeltor .!elsJiP.'Br: !.*. Realtor, Ltl./ ... Co ""... .4131 Center$'.:3 M I .. Walk ov..r.. SI4.0OO.

r. Alee Sollcn-t listings s a .6,( W6stM. ....'._.Realtgc r. ,..... *1320: John Dn, Saratoga Height r good trelghborhoodNM t
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;: CemlnlonaNegetlaMe'f ;r" I 4 .J..J.r t ;; < t'Bvenlnaee4evSREAtTORASiOCIATl: > I \ DoutIIoo .. M elll (ftwerdi Rd.. 9 BR 3 B CHBA, Acre, .
.. 1 'I I.1 a" v: -" -' o t 'W.yis_.II.. 'a 0ffIc0 i...na..uI88 Best ................ 1301 Searma 3 BR 2B CHBA asro89.

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CWO(Bet)Dam DeSentlego,44-437S. > ", t" t 'MBr I. Kvade ML SettlaBve'k. 44.S44.W II. t Judo Mss,.. ,VUM Powell, TerwtlUger" ,After" Hours. 'Mwrsh.I3orie" ;

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I LAWTEY NEWS The lovely arrangements of jon- Mrt and Mrs.. 'Claude Revels and' Friends of Mr.:D.O.Down regret to i Miss l SiDle Doreen Wilson and Mrs:

We had people out this past quils done by Arthurine Blanchard son Dewitt of Keystone Heights, Mr. learn that he is a surgical( patient in. Del Dougherty of England called tday %
By Elizabeth Terry,phone 7823300. Sunday with many the flu type symptoms.The brought such a spirit of spring Into and Mrs. Robert McClellan and son,, St.. Vincents JWSpitaU Our .)prayer*, .' to wish their father a Happy Bus!
'i 4 Grace United eUlodIat... wife sends her sympathyas our church that we could almost feel ...Jeff and Randall and Donald Red- "tare with l,im.; :j w ?)- Friends
Next Sunday during early church she pastor's too has experienced this the excitement of the Easter Season dish of Starke. and Miss Margaret 1k r.. and Mrs.'2o e rt Starling and of Les Prevatt regret /Id
will be the day the Sunday School has unpleasant illness. Hope all are better which is fast approaching.They were Smith of Lawtey were Sunday dinner ton1 David, of Jacksonville spent learn that he Is a surgical patient in
its quarterly Bible Bee. At present next week. lovely and from the home .of Idell guests of Mr.and Mrs.Les McClellan. Saturday morning with their parents, Bradford County Hospital. He is to
Miss Rhea Corbett of SUrke and Mr. and Mrs Fleam Starling have this week. Our
Mikkt Becker Is the winner which involved For those of you who live some Boyette. surgery prayer(.;
knowing and quoting from distance, we are starting to work REVIVAL March 1922. .. Mike Teston attended services at Mr and Mrs. Fleam Starling wereSunday are with him and the family
'" the most bible verses. again on our building program. A First Baptist on Sunday morning. dinner guests of their son and John Wilson of England is In
memory Please, when calling the chur- busy church schedule and cold FIRST BAPTIST: The men and They were, dinner guests of his daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wales this weekend playing soccer. '
ch/parsonage, let the phone ring at weather has kept the work minimalbut women had a working at the churchon mother Mrs. Earl Teston and sister Starling and family in Gainesville. Mrs. D.O. Brown and her daughter;
Saturday. The men worked on the
Nancy. Shawn went to Jacksonville Sunday:
least six times.Often the ring Is heard we should finish many projects
and by the time the minister or his quickly. Those who like to help us pastoriurn and the women served din- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Talley and family Mrs. Wendle Smyth and daughter afternoon and attended the Literacy
family gets to the phone to answer, through the gift of giving, this will be ner for everybody. of Jacksonville were weekend Elizabeth and friend Leigh Stockton Show In the Coloseum with her other-,:
the other party has hung up. Let it appreciated as well as actual physical PERSONALS: guests of their mother, Mrs. John of Jacksonville spent the weekendwith daughter, Mrs. Sandy Thomas. '
Tye Sr. Other guests were her son Mrs. Dave Huber and her brother:
ring! work. her parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm.
Regina Eunice was a Sunday dinner
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. of visitJtheir
Wilson. The occasion was to celebrate Cliff Barnett, England, :
guest of her grandparents, Mr. and John Tye Jr.,and children, on Satur- her father's birthday. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trim:
CONSERVATION COMMENTS ------ Mrs. Harold Eunice.
I ble. of Orange Park on Sunday. Her;
day.Mrs Miss Erin Braswell of Indatlantic,
Barnes and Tommy
Tommy son
; : David Kelly and Mrs. David
brother plans to leave for England
spent the weekend as the house guestof (
Jr., visited his nephew Ervie .
by Bern Smith King 'of Jacksonville spent the Tuesday. ,
open to the public and the supervisorsinvite of Ray Wilson.
Young Hampton on Sunday.Mr.
Soil Conservationist your participation.If and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and weekend with Mrs. Kelly's parents, Miss Erda Wilson of Palm Beach Mr.and Mrs.M.D.Crapse spent th.r
Tuesday night, Feb. 12, the Brad- you are not familiar with the family, Mrs. Maines Griffis and Billy Mr.the and Mrs. Earl Troxell.They wentto arrived today to spend a week to weekend with. their son and daughter:: 7
ford Soil and Water Conservation Bradford SWCD, it is a governmental Payne of Palatka, Lynn Boch of O.C.S. Blue Ceremony honoring celebrate her brother, Col. Wilson's in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Craps! ;
of the State of Florida. It husbands at Camp Blanding on of Hinesvllle, Ga. ,
met fora sub-division birthday.
District Board Supervisors Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saturday. On Sunday all of them had
working session. was organized in 1950 for the purposeof Smith and family, had a housework- dinner with the Troxells before retur- J
Several important topics were developing and carrying out a program ing at the home of their mother, Mrs. ning to Jacksonville.Mrs. .
and acted First, officers of conservation of Bradford S SATURDAY NIGHT!
discussed on. Nellie Wilkinson on Saturday. The Marian Hall of Jacksonville j
were elected. Jim Faulkner will serveas County's soil and water resources. men did the working on the house and visited her sister Mrs. O.J. Anders
chairman, Royce Joyner as vice The District is operated and managedby the ladles served dinner. ,
and Alvarez as the the local people. non-salaried, on Saturday. They were Saturday :
chairman Greg Eddie Saxon of Hampton and Miss
overnight guests of their sister, Mrs.
Next the locally elected public officials are
secretary.treasurer. Tammy Barnes attended a homecoming
of James E. Watson and charged with the task of coordinatingthe Doss Higginbotham. They returned to '
resignations in Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. .
Earl Jones were accepted. The Board efforts of all organizations and Individuals and Mrs. Earl Boyette of Col- returned Mrs. Anders home on Sunday. afternoon.Mrs. Hall
will meet Tuesday night Feb. 26 at in conserving the County's umbls, Ga. visited their brother and on Sunday
Mrs. Maybelle of Macclenny
7:30: to discuss appointment of two natural resources. The USDA Soil sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Starling ,
Conservation Service (SCS) was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs.
new supervisors to replace them. Boyette and family on Sunday. Wilma Wainwright.Mr. AT!
The Board then decided to hold its District with technical assistanceand Kendall Bryan and Christina Marie and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of
regular monthly meetings on the se- the District sets thepriorities for Mobley of Macclenny were Sunday Tallahassee
and Satur
cond Monday of each month. the SCS services in Bradford County.For visitors of their grandparents, Mr. spent Friday
day with their mother, Mrs. Truby
and more ,information about the
Meetings begin at 7:30: p.m. are and Mrs. Frank Camp.Mr. Wainwright.
held in the conference room of the SCS services available to you throughthe and Mrs. Gene Douglas of
Bradford County Agricultural Centeron Bradford SWCD, phone 964-6280, Miami visited their cousins, Mr. and
U.S. 301 North in Starke. They are ext. 289.Dessert. Mrs. Oscar Carter for a few days. National Firm
Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafsonand
. Theressa Fire Dept. To Hold Annual Fish Fry daughter of Pensacola spent the Opens Area Office
long weekend with their parents, Mr.
The Theressa Volunteer Fire will be extra Donations will and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris. STROUT REALTY, Inc. Broker
Department will sponsor its annual be $2.50 for adults $1.50 for children Derrick Alvarez of Starke went to will open' a branch. office in Starke
Fish Fry on Feb. 23, 1980 beginning under the age of 12 years old. the Circus in Jacksonville with Henry soon.Mrs.
at 5:30: p.m.The Fish Fry will be heldat There will be a gas grill given awayas Hodges and sons Hank and Mark on Lorraine Champion of Starke
I the Theressa Community Center. a door prize. Carry-outs will be Friday, Feb. 8 will Join the office as Branch
On the menu will be fish, hush puppies available. Tickets may be purchasedfrom Mrs. Terri! Dobbs of Jacksonvillecame Manager, according to Information
grits, cole slaw baked beans fire department members or at with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. received by the Bradford County
and a choice of tea or coffee to drink the door. Casey Dobbs, on Saturday to visit her Telegraph from the Company's Home BARBECUE
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Office $4' 99 Also
Dobbs. Mrs. Champion was born and
III Lake Geneva Man Named Tree Farm Chairman Henry Hodges and sons Hank and reared in Starke graduating from BEEF RIBS. Serving
Mark attended the Auto Car Races Bradford County High School in 1939. Cocktails
A Lake Geneva man has been name recommendations 'for management Sportsman 300 at Daytona Beach on She owned and operated a beauty
ed District Tree Farm Chairman for a practices and either certify the property Saturday.Mike salon in Starke for twenty some Served On /
twelve-county area in Northeast as a member of the Tree Farm Dobbs and his sister Chris attended years. Her parents, Albert and Elsie A Bed Of RiceAlong
'.i'Iorida. Joe Harley with St. Regis System or explain requirements for the Valentine Banquet at Hartmann were in business in the
Allied Operations in Lake Geneva, certification. This service, coordinated Calvary Church in Starke on Friday restaurant and rentals of apartmentfor
,io..u. wiUt.be responsible for all new tree by the Florida Forestry night. a good many years here in Starke.
''. 'arni Inspections, reinspections of ex- Association is free to the landowner. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Her husband, Don, is a Consultant
free farms and other program Any landowners in Northeast their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Forester and also operates a batteryand With All The Salad Bar
requirements inlhis-patt: of Florida. Florida who wish to have their property and Mrs. A.P. Hallman and their salvage business here.
The Florida Tree'Farm Program is inspected for certification or brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Champion has five children You Can Eat
designed to recognize and encourage who would like to learn more about Mrs. Eustis Kelly of Keystone who are all occupied with their jobs
good forest management practices on the Tree Farm Program may contact Heights after Mr. Hallman and Mr. locally. She is here to give all of her
the part of non-Industrial, private Harley at 904/473-2953 Or, Interested Kelly came home from the hospital. friends and new acquaintances the
woodland owners. Volunteer foresters landowners may write to: TREE Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of best service she can render. So. GAR RESTAURANTU.S.
under Harley's guidance will inspecta FARM c/o Florida Forestry Association Gainesville spent the weekend with please don't hesitate to call. The
landowner's property, make P.O. Box 1696, Tallahassee, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George new office is located at 838 North 301 N. 964-7358
Florida, 32302. Kelly. Temple Avenue Starke.
Card of Thanks 55 ..

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We express appreciation to our THE CIRCUIT sonal i representative -
friends and the Lawtey Church of God COURT EIGHTH Florida 32091 The name venue or jurisdiction of '
for flowers and food and other acts of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN and address of the Personal the court. -
kindness. Special thanks to Rev. AND FOR BRADFORD Representative ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS TOOL
Alton Coleraan, Rescue Ambulance COUNTY. FLORIDA and of the P.r.onolR.pr.s.ntotiv.'s NOT SO FILED
City Police DeWitt Jones Service, PROBATE DIVISION File attorney WILL BE FOREVER. BAR _
also the Health Dept. NO. 80-12.CPI-3I95)( ). or. ..t forth RED
The Family ofCoralyn In re: ESTATE OF ETHELA. below.All Date of the first
Joyce Barnett Yates THOMAS Deceoied interfiled personsare publication of this Notice
NOTICE OF required to file, with of Administration:
ADMINISTRATIONTh. the court WITHIN THREE February 21, 1980.
MONTHS FROM THE /9/Kerby A. Thomas, AUCTIONTuesday
55ee odmlnlitration of DATE OF THE FIRST Personal Represen
the ."tot'* of ETHEL',A. PUBLICATION OF THIS toh... '
MIDDLE SCHOOL, Number BO-I :CP. li against the estate and /s/Ceorgs H.Pierce, February 26th At 7:00 PM
VO-TECH SCHOOLand funding In tttfe Circuit ((2)) any obectlon| by on P.O. Drawer 1030 :
Court foi Biuuiord Coun Int.r..t.d person to Starke. Florida 32091.
all ELEM. SCHOOLS "y. Fiorina., Probate Division whom notice was mailed Attorneys for P.rsonalRepresentative.
MENU-FEBRUARY 25-29 the address ofwhicfs that challenges the I Community Center
It Bradford County validity of the will, the 9049645701. 2.1 Ztchg
These menus were. written by :Miss Courthouse, Stork. qualification of the per 2/28.
Peterson's 5th grade at Hampton large Brick Building, Sits'On Lake, 2 Blocks From RD. 100

Elcm. Lake Butler Florida
Monday: Hamburger on bun let
tuce/tomato/pickle, French fries, ttf,101IDAl NOTE Due lo creditors demand large Quanntyot, tools have Been consigned to me.to dispose of.<*vervthinn,
strawberry shortcake and milk. EST must go Therewill thousand of dollar*worth of industrial tool h.ndlool..nd. misc.item. There will be many|lob lots
(Frantz Innocent Randall Glisson, sold So all dealers wholesalers and salvage buyers be sure to atend
Laurie Whitehead and Tammy CONTROI
Peoples 5MI,aCK CO Air Compressors Huge Heavy DutyMechanic

Tuesday: Cuban sandwich, potato Tools
chips carrot stix field peas, orange T71'hli Air Tools Industrial fools

juice, chocolate chip cookie and 0 0
milk. (Roger Green. Teresa Mann- ).1'' H P Air Conpreisors. 1-1"Dnv locket set 31.16tc'Arench Set
.. Jng, Leslie McKinney and Justin 2-2H P Air, Compressors 1-1"Air, impart' 42-11 pc V%rent h sets,
.c ,yg1 dsworth.) J- 21'Air' impart wrenches 3-2 H P. grinders 26-9pt Wfnrh *rt
'oIIjf" day:' Pizza, buttered corn I 1-1" Air impact 2-7" Due winder 91-7pc Wrench srlS212p
peanut butter cookie tangelos and 6-6-6 2-l4Air, impact 1-Chain hoist Punch Chisel
Jf- mIlk. (Kevin D'Augustune. Robin B->." Air Rachels '.hlmhowe"'h set 1'i. lo 2"S socket<
"r Griffis and Stacy Paladino) **.'." Hultrrflvs 19-Dnll prewrs2Ban z" sen22Rac.hct "'.!j

.,. _..,;::Thursday: Chicken rice buttered 100% ORGANIC* !. Straight Line Sander '. saws. ,12 -f lr. rachpts1S2 wrenches

0"green peas fruit cup peanut cup e 11."" Orbital Air, Son d.' .: Tools for .* 4 Tunp-up kitv,
donuts and milk Leslie pc
( Brown, ALL PURPOSE FERTILIZER 11.At' hiM-k, "
Sandra Melton and Frankie .' Itflenorkcls
Rahme). CONTAINS MINOR ELEMENT 18- Air him-DrillsII EveryoneWBomtrr 82.21 piV!. 1 '. ,m"-"
Friday: Corn dog pork & beans cabbage \il cables' .: .440TJTSi",,'."I| sots
slaw, cherry pie and milk SO IB. BAG 1 9 Farm Tools 212-rpc !Screw, driver sets '. '. 2J-29p drill hits
Paul Baurk Shannon Ford Kim Mile 108-Mlon wr.'ticht't '. i 46-4pc Ad|.wrench sets
Srr>:h and Kirk Williams. i Supply Lasts 3 29H P grnders< 1001r..H.haw Bill
N. Rain CheeksSUBJECT B-'. HP grinders 66-Hancl... ELECTRICAL TOOLS

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL 18-1 ton comr-a-longk' 4J-40p Tap & DIP.. A.', tiocmr impacts
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wro.nr.rs. "
16-loo"Est. cords 118-4pc Pipe 3-liK aws
LUNCH MENUFEBRUARY C TO SELL OUT- 10!-Imporl drivers ;. 500-Bunrlln of,.''enllull.pr 15-12-iHea,v ord
25- 29REGULAR 3 tears' 82.Ch.nn..llorh '' > .' 6.Cut rVI saws .

NO RAIN CHECKS H-Hammer* ." ,1S2-Patntbushesi J-Ban saws,i.,.. *,
b-lng. chains SA-Flash li.hlt .19-Dnll prr-sse
Buy All You'll Need Now -SAYE
: mashed 4-Slrrlge' hammer- 82 00.- .lle"e. 6.D,... unnrifVH
Monday: Hamburger gravy
potatoes mixed vegetables hot 10.".8..r' cable. ri-Hr hit, ten 16-Cir uUt savssJlElerlrir .
rolls peach pie and milk. ;lard a st.tk.as 2bn. <..et-sets 61-Padlnrk .rlnllsSockets
rice & tomato 62-100' Trouble diet, "
Tuesday: Sausage Toots
gravy, lima beans cornbread. Machines ,,,72.'." Snrkel set. ,
peanut butter cookie pear half and 41-4-5-6': Vises M-Carrlen hose, 31-,';" Oeepwrlls.
milk. PETUNIAS 5% SEV1N DUST IS-Drill dress. vises. 8-S.iiteri chargers 4),," Deepwells
Wednesday: Turkey w/dressing & 2.Ban Saws : Miscellaneousrookwarr "'-!j" Impact sockets
gravy, buttered green peas. New Fresh Stock Safe Control Of Most 4.5Pel Can De',... \. 19-'ilmpact ..crkett10.Bcl"culle
cranberry sauce chocolate cake Many Colors Insects On Vegetables ,.- ', tuners S-.lmpjct sockets
hot rolls and milk. 29"",.P1 P grinders1Sflu :;;' TV Anrennn > : ; 2.8Spc Socket sets
Thursday: Meat loaf rice & gravy, Single & Doubles oe.coM Sale To Put On Pots ..Vriippers, China ." -, ,7 26->< Socket sets
turnip greens cornbread. cinnamon Trey ol fl To Control Fleas J-Tool' buses .1.' 'I') Watches 1B. '. Socket Sets ;
roll applesauce and milk a slvs, suss- '6-Vetal' cut-ofrsaws. Crock Pots 16 Flea Sockets r i
Friday Beans welners, cole slaw, Other Insect, Around 4-Cear Puller. '. r!bf" DiciionaneiKadios 35 V' Socket Sets'
cheese biscuits candy delight, mixed 4 Th. House. :'"'\\ .' ho,.. : tf''dlnli
fruit and milk. Rep. 9 R.g. 188 / 'I Jewerly, 'THIS IS A PARTIAL LIST .1

T.' 4 LB. BAG 2 20 MANY' OTHER'' Tools' ,''DAY of SALE' joo. 'ALL SUBJECTTO, : ,PRIOR SALE -!

ALACARTEMonday "'L.1ERqli5.TO. MENTION.' .sU CONDUCT:: ?o eV/ ".:.. ... 1'A'
: Cuban sandwich, '

cheeseburgers milkshakes. French fries and "-. _sf LOR9wl1 MIKE

Tuesday Pizza, egg salad sandwich, GARDEN CENTER ,McQ'UISTONJ; J
French fries, milkshakes. I Pf ST

Wednesday French fries: milkshakes.Hamburger Pizza 639 E. Call St. 064-6748 AUCTIONEER'S NOTES TMt. ..M b* one oldie lerfert. take( W.............hand tools, ,......Iooh and "ft F

Thursday Fish sandwich, Cuban OI1Tt0 Om 9 Ali 8 PM! *_diaAdbe'ever.heM.bt tr*....Merchena'be can be......."afternoon stay el tale.Don't/mU Irtb one.Term e....' tee t
sandwich French fries, milkshakes. accepted check. I IT

Friday pizza milkshakes.Cheeseburgers, French fries .4J 1i i




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RaiTord disability program in high gear ;

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By Hal Habener, The clients' also' receive a $25-40 that i Shout a third of the association's
i Of the Times Staff' 'monthly check to 'cover personal members are from Union County.
1 Items. According to one foster' The five-day week, year-round pro
-' If the rest of the state can be judged parent, most (of the clients even have grant'teaches"some self-help skills
-..by what Is happening In Raiford, then ,i savings accounts. such as how to act on a Job, and ad-
,the Department of Health and The sponsors are /licensed, and to vanced vocational skills such as furniture
Rehabilitative Services' Group and Insure that standards are maintained, refinishing. and concrete
;Foster Home Program Is a success. HRS officials make periodic Inspections manufacturing. Sunshine Acres provides
;:- The purpose of the program, founded of the homes. the transportation for the +
w.; In 1973,was to take adult retarded The clients are'divided Into two clients. ,
;::clients from the state's Sunland train- groups. The Trainable Mentally Mrs. Julian Dobbs has five clients
s 1 c,Ing facilities and place them in foster Retarded learn self-help skills such as living with her. She sees no problems t
; cnomes.;: how to tie their shoes and how to in the program, and comments:+.
1 :: More Informally known among bathe themselves. The Educable "They are good boys. They've grown;
HRS officials as the Community Mentally Retarded can function in a lot, and it's a rewarding fee .
p Residential Program, the project was educational programs. They may One of her clients attends school,
supposed to accomplish three objectives learn to read and write, and they are while the others attend a workshop
'- : (1) to give clients the caring atmosphere capable of learning vocational skills called SPARK In Gainesville.
which only a private home as well. According to Jerry Gunter,SPARKIs
lean provide; ((2) to provide clients the Despite the range of ability among for lower-level clients. SPARK personnel '
to learn self-sufficiency the clients, they all have In common provide transportation for
fiby attend educational-vocational the need for supervision.* Foster clients and teach them daily living
'workshops; and (3) to save taxpayers parents must guide them In matters skills.
rtmoney. ranging from the handling of finances Elmer Thornton (not to be confused
: There are approximately 60 clients to the carrying out of their daily with Elbert Thornton) is another of I
;Hiving with families In the Raiford chores. Raiford's residential parents. According r.
'area. Some live in foster homes, Elbert and Thelma Thornton have to his daughter Irma O'Neal, he Clients pose Ia font of group home .t Griffis farm.
-which limited to been Involved in the since has had foster Paul. Danny Lucas, Charles GII8Io Steve Norris, Ronald
are a maximum of program its a home for six years Shown I-r) are: Donald Sims, Billy MasonICMike
'('three clients. Others live In group Inception. They have fifteen clients and has 12 clients, three of whom attend -., Joey Altman, John West, Richard Taylor, Larry Masters.Matthews, John BenIGn, Everitt Fowler and Philip 1
gnomes, which are constructed who range in age from 22 to 70. A couple a workshop in Gainesville. flti"ton
I:facilities housing from four to 16. The of them have become self- Seven of the others work at the Starke

I.HRS limit Is 16 clients for each fami- .. o...._ U __ .. 4shy
tly.The he wouldn't even sit at the table 0lo vr "
: base monetary rate for a group with us to eat dinner. He's really
::home, according to Jerry Gunter, an 'come out since them. All of them
:-MRS official in Lake City, Is $312 per halve, for that matter"
:month for each client. The base is
i$= for the foster home. the boys eagerly admit that they
=: The figures are set up on an In- J are glad to be living on the farm.
cremental basis Increments being They greet visitors enthusiastically
added to the base rate according to and ten what Jobs they do there. Joey
the: number or severity of the client's Alton will proudly say that he changesand
:disabilities.\ $300 per month Is the washes air conditioning filters..
::average monthly amount each family r Y John West is the houseman;he cleans
receives: for a client.' up after himself and the other clients. 1 X jag
-- According to Gunter, "It costs the -f '
Estate between $800 and $900 each t i 'Living here Is good for them"
::month to house a client at r-- says Jo Ann, "and they really heip
:,Gainesville's Sunland, so the protram a each other too. We have some rules
represents a real savings to the and regulations here, and when one
:dtax-paying: public." boy gets a little out of line all of the A f'w
? It is the stated obligation of each others get on him. It's not long before
family to attend to the "total needs" that boy wants to get right too," she
;bf the client. Sponsors must feed and adds chuckling.
Chouse him, provide laundry and linen
'services, set up a daily activity or Griffis' brother J.D., the- mayor of
program for him, and sometimes Insure -, Raiford. thinks highly of the Group
: transportation to that activity and] Foster Home Program. "Oh
r Transportation to the doctor or dentist lure," he says, "there's a couple of
:. must also be provided by the families that may be in it for the
family, although most of the medical money,but moat of the families really
expenses themselves are covered by Client Charles Giles aboard tractor on Gerald Griffis farm. do care. I think It's worthwhile, and
Medicaid. I've always supported it..

sufficient and were able to leave the vo-tech center and learn painting, Union County hopes to have a total'
program as productive members of sanding, and woodworking.: She sees of 150 clients by next year, but to
society. For others, with disabilities no problems with the program except reach that figure they will first need a. .
- such as' blindness epilepsy, ancJ; _,..",,getting too attached the clients..V. workshop In Raiford.; In order,to con' )"Lorenux Instructor Robert.. AuU",works'with_disability!. students: Wilbur Wilson and
f' cerebral palsy, the going la tougher Gerald and Jo AnnCritft" havelfl 1 I'itroct( workshoprtha town will have"o Selsis.Ly
The Thorntons own a farm, and the clients living with them on their farm. get a grant. Griff is believes that
clients learn to raise their own beef Several attend school at night, and a the acquisition of a private grant
j and pork there. They also have rab- 'couple of them help Gerald out with form a group like the Ford Founda-
bits and chickens, and they learn to his septic tank business, for which tion of Dupont Is one alternative.A .
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fish. they receive a nominal wage. government grant Is another
The clients also receive Instruction possibility, but It necessitates mat-
in yard care,and provide services for The majority of them learn farm ching funds of 12 per cent from the. 1060
the community such as cleaning ing. They drive tractors, grow hay, community. Until a grant can be 1OO
IL cemeteries, serving as volunteer cultivate vegetables,and feed the cat- secured, Griffis has donated two
firemen, and helping the elderly with tle and horses. A few weeks ago they buildings of his\ own to be used as
b chores. were grinding sugar cane and made workshops.As .
Most of them are registered voters, over 200( gallons of cane syrup.
according to Thelma Thornton, and The clients live In a roomy house reported In the UNION COUNTY
>tir some are even politically active, hav- and have their own house tasks to pert TIMES on January 31, 1980, the
i ing campaigned for state politicians. form. In their spare time, the boys' Raiford group has already filed for a Want to know the best
Several of the Thornton's clients attend like to fish,water ski, and watch"The corporate charter. This process In- %
the vocational-technical schoolin Incredible Hulk" on television. volves petitioning the Secretary of reason to buy a
10i Starke, Most of them are learning Everitt Fowler was the first client, State for an application,and the draf--
the three R's, although one Is study- to come to the Griffis household. He ting of by-laws. The charter, which VICTOR from the Office
ing for the GED High School is the unacknowledged leader of the will specify the group as a non-profit
Equivalency Diploma. Another is in group. "When Everitt first camehere organization, is required before application Shop?
the radio-tv program. ," remarks Jo Ann, "he was so for a grant can be made.
The Starke Vocational-Technical
Because when
Center has been accepting students I your

with developmental disabilities since machine breaks down
August 1979. About 25 clients from ,
N Union County are enrolled,and attend
I via III loaner
give you! a
classes two nights per week: either on GOLDEN..OPPGRnlNIIYSAIIINGS.
Monday and Wednesday, or Tuesdayand
Thursday.According .
\ to Millard Brown, the MODEL 100
director of the adult vo-tech program, ," .
"Most have learning ability, but have ON BRAND .N.w ," .. .- ,, .
simply had little opportunity. The '
students are very eager and there are CASETRA TORS;
no problems." Most of the retarded
students study coordination exer-
cises, such as how to trace and write. Electronic Printing Calculator
Some work on addition, subtraction,
and the alphabet. e Combination calculator and adding machine
A Cm
*Vow dealer we hem the Und
I Another Raiford foster parent is of"au'II"'").bojttL*..lova. .low* loudWe'n e Easy to operate with minimum training
, .Bernie Caudlll.' He has four clients cutting Ine price ot every Cap/affirm
and hopes to expand to 16 soon. His, a tractor by hundred ,i t&W Ass clients attend the Bradford-Union of dollar. How much depends on 1M model
Association for Retarded Citizens, and your bargaining skill.TheM are trw latest lators-minimizes, operator error.
Cage lractor.-offered at some 01..trw biggest
Everitt Fowler learned to ride skittish known to area residents as Sunshine machine"
e Features
discount ever But you must make your purchase "adding .logic ,
Acres..It is located SR-16
"Blue" over a period of three on ,a coupleof during February. 1980.See usrnwsndgattrwckMlolaUletlm
years. miles outside of Starke. e Accepts drop-in ribbon cartridge. for fast,
Janice Gaskins, the Executive on a great new Case neat and changes
;iI Director of Sunshine Acres, states easy

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County's 1-19 Lady Tigers take on top-seeded Jasper ((12-S and ranked'8th X14 f at ( 'I"'v Highland jump
In 2A)at 7 p.m.and Keystone Heights Highs 17-5 and Dth-ranked girls play at ta; 7'KF' ?) shoots from the foulwhile .
9 p.m. against the hosting Lady Rams as the District 2A Tournament opens at.j i I lane
\ time'corninl but
Interlachen High's gym Friday night Feb.22. The championship game is set for'' ; f Keystone's Morry;, ,lit had been a long
Saturday night at 8 p.m. k 1511 r Cravey and Derrick' the Union High Tigers finally tasted
History would have KHHS'girls in the title contest.The Lady Indians have won kY' C.",. Tiger Donald.. that long-wanted first basketball vic
the District 0-AA girls event since its start four years ago and have gone on to i, I. Jones,.' and tory Friday night,in their last regular
Region titles each time. But,KHHS coach Kathy Boatwright figures this will be 4' JPs? Grady Indian season game of the year as Donald
the toughest district "I just don't know we're gonna have to really' 1 the rebound. Jones lofted in a Jump shot from the
work to beat Interlachen (which split with KHHS this year)on its home court but ., corner to give the Tigers a,,64-62 win..-:..
Jasper (which took the Lady Indians twice) is definitely the best of the. other over Keystone Heights. fc: :
teams." ,, Jones hurried off his shot with four :
1 seconds left on the clock and then ::
Jumped twice as high when the ball c -
nestled Into the basket for the win. -
oft The Tigers 19 game losing habit was :.
Keystone Girls 17-5 history Just that quickly as they went
to- 1-19 with only the district tourney r':
left. The loss dropped KHHS to 812. ..
;'1 "The most honest thing I can say Is .
r that it's their first win and my first '

With Win Over UCUnion's k win as a varsity coach... I'm Just- : :
: tickled as I can be," UCHS coach
'f.1' David Ross said In an empty gym that
noise when Jones
Lady Tigers led at the Tiger coach Mickey Dempsey was jl.-l had exploded with "This feels '..,'
start, 18-15 after a period, but pleased. "Everything Just Jelled bucket fell through. so
Keystone's girls won down the tonight," he said with a smile. 1 great. Maybe" it'll carry over into thedistrict's.

homestretch outscoring UCHS 1e-31n rf... '. <;-... ,'.'
that seemed head-
the fourth ; night in It was Keystone
deciding quarter to win In a game played Monday
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In the Indians ed for victory early as the Indians :
56-34 Keystone Thursday night Keystone Heights Lady '. :
Feb. 13.The ended their regular season 17-5 with a handled the Tiger press and, behind .
39-29 decision over Hawthorne. San- Indians the shooting of Eddie Dyal (18 points --" ;
heavily favored Lady Indians dra Norwood knocked In 15 points for the game), Derrick Carr (16),
went to 16-5 with the win while the Betsy Boatwright added 10 and Beth Chris de Bodisco ((14)), and Morry --:
game Lady Tigers dropped to 1-18. Walrath grabbed 18 rebounds to go OPE10-Vo Cravey (11), cruised out to a 23-15 .
KHHS featured balance U l leading '. ,
first quarter advantage and led by :
with seven points for KHHS. Slide 814Keystone .
scorer Sandra Norwood was dropped to nine at halftime. But, the Tigers
below her average with 11 pr ate but union II. 6 I .14 dominated the third quarter as Irvin :
Betsy Boatwright canned 9 and Beth K.,._ 11 12 10 It M lost to powerful Baldwin George(19 points, 11 rebounds) sliced ,
Walrath and Stephanie Wheeler add- (MOMMM....same U. -..4.MMIMI Saturday night and fell to 8-14 when down the baseline for four buckets '-:- .
ed 7, and Terri Mohr had 0, all In the .. 4.jir L' Hawthorne squeezed by 73-71 Monday and James Webb (14 points) hit from '
last period. Boatwright had 13 re- .....-t.-...|>.,.- .....Wd-A T.WII night in Keystone. tttf wings. A Phillip Jackson Jumper :' :
bounds while Norwood and Walrath -.-4.I111..d...4M.'.j M 1.1.VHH**L Baldwin, which KHHS coach Ron gave the Tigers a lead after '.
claimed 11. Nawet ... a nI Track & Field Opens Brummitt said has gotten even three periods and Webs layup work- "-.
Page McGill had points and 18 rebounds .,.- 6 10 10 *f : stronger with the addition of two ed the UCHS lead to 56-49 but ... .
and Ann Biddlx scored 10 for ...MmtOmMM...AnWM 4.AltfcMM..>MC HI oh school truck and field eta 1Richard Warren I"1I11nN1II Clit- transfers, bad little trouble Friday Keystone pulled right back into the .
Union Co. but both fouled out as UCHS .1.M.4.ft Mi So|tot_ IM-1.. t rdSmlth' ; Scott" i :-' Eddie 11 to top when Carr and Vinnie '
.IV>TO I_ illinium 4-t-w, Mil mi< 4114.IIMralll and Allen. night. Dyal had. points game Gaglio
ended the game with Just four playerson .. .. ... .. four KHHS in the loss. combined for that ;
W w* ""-' Hmm[ 1. P./ The BHS girls team includes a six-point play ..
the floor. Even in defeat Lady lll TOTAUl I4-II-J*. that made it to the state meet Against Hawthorne Monday the In- took Justthree :
year: quarter miler Louette diana saw a seven point halftime lead A bucket and freedthrrowhby "
shot putter and discus thrower melt away and then after trading the tied the count 62-all before Union "' '.
Tornadoes Puttman and two girls still in lead with the visitors in the second worked for the last shot for 21 : :
Lady End high Jumper Teresa half lost again at the end. KHHS had seconds. Jones then knocked in the '-":. .'
and runner Judy Hankerson.- the ball as the clock wound down but game winner. .' :
didn't get a good shot with seconds to "We finally had a change in our -,". .'
\ Rounding out the Lady Tornado go. "That was one we should have luck," Ross said. ':; :
Regular Season 108Bradford are senior returners Valery won but didn't, but it was our best f. .
Kim Slocum and Lori Fame of the season," Brummitt said. Keystone 25 II 7 I* *2
Juniors Carol Hildreth and 'de Bo (Chris de Bodlsco, who had 11 Union Co IS 12 17 20 44MVITONf
High's Lady Tornadoes Janett Easely shot in 19 points and Williams and sophomores points) fouled out in the third period ..C.r 14. Cm.f II,4II .__ I.Dyol'I'

ended their regular basketball season along with Teresa Woody grabbed Norman. Tiffany Griffis, and and that hurt us but we Just blew it at WHOM.....,..CO>. todktwi .. I. -.. l.. MfM. ....4 1 1VMkk 1.,..'. .:
10-8 by beating Live Oak MM1 on the eight rebounds to pace the BHS girls O'Connor. the end." Kirk Hallowell scored 18 14.O. _'.O. J.-... Miss 9.S.MM.M ;
road Monday night, Feb. 18,and were In their 2nd victory over Live Oak this "We've got a small team but we've points Carr 15, Cravey 12, and Dyall '',,: ,
to play the same Suwannee County year. Hope Jackson added eight some good quality talent," said 11 to form a balanced box score 5.,54... i it ii 0I1 II .ti 4t4MBWIN. ir n ,
team in first round District Tourna- points and Valery Chandler seven. coach Grover Howard. Brummitt said he likes to see. ..h.. It. 1.d17.... ... H, 0..... '
ment action Wednesday night at Last Thursday the Bradford girls *. 14 ....._ 1. NII0M .. rilfrim ". Mm 2, ::

Gainesville High School.A fell in overtime at Green Cove Spr- TOT KIVSrONI.>lltn-lt...>.0.....t,Cmift,C....,t,.4.4./lK.4 ,',, ..:.
win In that game would send the ings, the Clay girls winning by the Set II 0.511. t, Jwwln.1' t. MOMS t. tlbto. 4;,I" : :
BHS girls Into Friday night's sem- margin of a bucket with one second Starke Baseball Sign Ups =,, ;ltlt.47.M .. :
finals against Gainesville Buchholz left in overtime. It was 39-all at the .'
(13-3 and Mr-ranked In 3A), also at end of regulation as Mae Hollis fired Registration for Starke Dixie Youth can enter the Dixie Boys league. More ItorMM m n It 14 14 14. .14 .. n ;...
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I GHS.-The ptatrt Ftnags1. r in 15 points with Hope Jackson adding ( Dixie Boys baseball will begin information will be given out atIrtgistrption. IIITONC... la.Cr n II. 4.l ... >W"n.iwi
ft U for BHS. ;1 V "* :jjl If { ; """ .miii.akkM4lil/L; (! > il':
Saturdw night- ',"" t- | 20. 19 noting 4hrlqIgh Margl 1: ; tl.ii! )
a e1i r seas,. r yrNy.' ..... 3',1980.' ., K'irflov, i", "v6"/ "'""I ..- .... II tI I.:

: Registration will be held at the Old

I Bradford Netters UCHSBradford from 8:30 a.m.5:30 p.m. and \ ""
Sweep Pratt St. Center from 3-5 p.m. ,. LAWTEY .:
are Dixie Youth Minor for :
High's boys shut out County was blanked 7-0 and 7-0 by year olds Dixie Youth Major for '\
Union County's shorthanded Tigers P.K. Yonge Tuesday. The Tornado : year olds and Dixie Boys for M5 t8t AUCTION HOUSE ; ,
and the Lady Tornadoes of BHS topped boys are now 4-1 with the girls 32. : year olds. Age determining date .,

UCHS' girls 6-1 In tennis action Mike Akridge and Carmen Eaves August 1.Boys and girls can sign up US 301 .. '..
Wednesday. Feb. 13. In Starke. won 8-0 matches to highlight BHS' Dixie Youth leagues. Only boys
Craig Sapp and Jeff Moore and the wins over Santa Fe. .
doubles tandem of Mike Akridge and
Robbie Pierce scored 8-0 victories for ..---c... .' as* ., ;
sl1l.4M. (CII---cal".c.-) e\cOcne Every Fri. & Sat. Night
the BHS boys while Janice Jockel and I...s.II(c.)....IS-...04,a1.od1.(I)....Trlwl FLORIDA W :
Carmen Eaves did the same for the ..._CI,__. I'i FOOD TOOLS 1V'S .GLASSWARE .
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BHS girls. Carolyn Griffis saved face -..(I).... -....... M.wp. THEATRE ', General Merchandise Household .
for Union with her win at number two 5NS IM1.5._c.., esa.,s C01)5/' ,. ,. .
singles. 41..1.- ***.<(W).... ttmn 4-*,OriHM (UC)4d.LM. ,pk0 BID WHAT YOU WANT TO PAY Acc0'1eols : .
Bradford also swept by Santa Fe .. "'. OriHk (CII .... HO ",. t.. (I') .... .C.rO" r! ,
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Tuesday with the boys winning 7-0 .. -...- (CI) .... 0da1.4I..I ... Fri. Sat. & Sun. Sues-Niahl Visa Col, C. H. Ray
and the girls on top 5-2 while Union 0II..5.(C")....a11-....,>.i.s.). MMtcrChirg 904-781-1021
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Thursday Feb. 21- 301 DRIVE-IN 11.. :.
UNION boy and girls tennis' Willlston ((3) ,
BRADFORD boy and girls tennis at Macclenny: (3:30) Fri. & Sat. ... :
Lake City al UNION baseball. (4) I ..,. :

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Friday F>... 22BRADFORD- \ttt1JIO -3A
) baseball at Macclenny <4) : ( : "i Io 1'.::
Santa Ft at BRADFORD boys JV (1:301.: ) boy V (N) basketball. '.
KEYSTONE boys V (7) at Cedar Key basketball 10':...
KEYSTONE and UNION V girls at basketball District Tourney al In- : '-;
IrrlarhenBRADKORn :vc!: ,tJ.1. ',:c: '
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V girls at basketball District Tourney at Gainesville High
Stale wrestling tourney In Palalka 0 Plus 0 DRAW A ,,':i t.::.:.:..

Saturday. Feb. 23BRADFORD ( ( ) : ( ) :: Love and Bullets a 'I1:1r::-;:;::

at Sandalwood track and field invitational ( ..... ............................ 1".r .
Fernandina! at BRADFORD boys JV (1:301. boys V (H) basketball ( ( ( '' Sun.. -> Mon _j"I"o:: ;

Monday. Feb. 2S.BRADFORD. ( J0t n4r
girls at KEYSTONE girls tennis (3:10) STARIIOPS It
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Tuesday. Feb. zsKEYSTONE"- ()) \1i ,. PlwSweater. .I""'!"

Interlachen at BRADFORD boys and girls rack (3:30) ( I Girls tl llc>:h11'I"tI
UNION at Lake City baseball ((4) ) ( ( :,33 + 'l

Cress City al UNION boys girls tennis ( ) Rated: R

Wednesday. Feb. 27- ':!" 1.BI' .
Galnrsvlllr BRADFORD boys tennis (1IS ...::
Baldwin BRADFORD weightlifting (2:131 I REACH i.,'r.: u

Tornado Golfers Open FridayThe INSULATION'A' ''SET'THt'DAn'i', 1.,1;i;

BHS boys golf team opens Its for a fourth man. Richard Gaines, '7iG
1MO season against Lake City at the district champion as a sophomore is _CLASSIFIED AD''q'
Starke Golf and Country, Club Friday .back for his senior year and Joey Her- .. :
afterooon.Feto.. .- res, the top Bradford finisher at' ., line 9646305TeIejfap1 IIJI..r;
Tornado coach Warney Adkinaon district's last year.also returns.Dan- ( I 498-2JS1 '.r1'U1.1
has tour out but one is track runny Hildebran completes the squad. A i .},II.F.1rM."-!
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Tiger; Bats Silenced By ;aBuchhi' lz I I.One

vA' was an exhibition and the other habit when they entertain class 4A Tigers came back to make It 2-1 as
Y was the real thing but the pattern was Lake City today, Thursday, Feb. 21, Tony Honour;, led off with a single,
the same for Union County's High's! at 4 p.m:,and then visit the Columbia stole second was bunted over by. Ronnie -
first two baseball games last week. County School for 4 '
a p fl\, game Tuesday Plnkston and scored on Dean
The Tigers gave up six runs in the Feb. 26. Lake City was bombedby O'steen's base hit.
I2 first two Innings a lnat the HaaBeen's
powerful Gainesville 12-0 In its
ti q LL.IA. In Saturday's Will Be-Has ; The older club piled on four more
M" opener ;
Been's game but lost just 6-2. Then runs in the second as Mike Johnson
., The Tigers left six runners stranded
Monday, in the regular season and. Whitehead ripped doubles and
also In Lake Butler, the Tigers watch- i against Buchholz,and lost three more Billy Woodington, Joe Brannen, and
on unsuccesful steal attempts. The winning pitcher Toby Dillow stroked
ed Buchholz'. Bobcats 3-0)) crash out
'Cats used three hits (two for extra,
to an II-o lead after two Innings but
bases), two walks, and an error to The last in
hung In there to lose by that II-.count. Tigers run came the
On both occasions Tommy Honour jump to a 6-0 lead and with only fourth as Tommy Honour singled and

k came on in relief and blanked the op- Dwayne Mallard and David Barber moved to third on Steve White'8 single
: ponents, throwing and two-thirds innings (double coming up with hits the before i I.coming home on KennethClyatt's
Tigers couldn't back.
come squeeze bunt.
of scoreless ball all totaled.
: Against the Has Been's the UCHS 5)11
"Tommy did a real good lob, Will Be's fell behind early too, as Tim. -1101))) Ill SIP 1 r Iu.I.c.(1i
praised coach Joe Register. 'But Whitehead's ) 1s1 ere e e r I
my RBI and Glenn
we're having a rough time .
IM.a..e. ut .
Kemp's double OM 1 t IWill"
producing chased
started with '. .. .
our bats. UCHS manag- (uc. ) IM IM t 4HMOItow. 1
two runs home for a 2-0( I lead. {The. 1-lwWr,
ed Just six hits In the two games. .
The Tigers will try to break that -
Tiger Has Been's Take Win -----

The Has toen'" team that won last weekend's Will Bellas demons 2nd row, I L to r., Joe Brannen, Harold Esford. BHS Lifters

Been's game was: front row, left to right. Timmy Glenn Kemp, Mike Johnson,. Jon Prltchett. ,. and Billy .1

Whitehead Toby Dillow.. Jimmy Mobley, and Fred Woodington. Take Tri-Meet "

Softball Meetings Set

For Starke Leagues The BHS weightlifting team got

I Obituaries", ......................-............................................w Organizational meetings for the back on the winning track Wed. Feb.
Starke Recreation Department's soft- 13, as they defeated Billiard and THOMAS .METALS INC.
Mrs.Audrey Lamb Grew Leslie Donn T( ball leagues have been set for: Baldwin In a three-way meet in the ,

Mrs. Audrey Lamb Grew, age 74, Leslie Donn, 70, Jacksonville, died Monday, Feb. 2S7 p.m. BHS weightroom.
Lake City, died at her residence Monday, Feb. 18. Born In Dothan, Women's 'Church, 8pm. Men's Tornadoes will next lift against
Wednesday afternoon following a Ala., and a member of Seashore Bap- .Church Baldwin again Wed., Feb. 27 In the Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage
lingering illness. Mrs. Crew was bornin tist Church, Mr Donn was a retired Wednesday, Feb. 277. p.m. final match of the regular season.
Sussex New Brunswick, Canada, farmer. : Women's City League, B p.m. Men's BHS 43. Milliard 27-Baldwin 16 Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows

Apr. 7, 1905. moved to Starke in 1924. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. City League. Ill-It tmumm., (MM) ....,II.IIIIUIM.IM a. err .aw,
and for the past several months had Bessie Mae Donn, Jacksonville; 2sons. The meetings will be held In the Old IH.IIM.MI. (im) IN-Irea.a.a,sup
t11.11141a1 'l.lwlN..e' $ ._
1M) "a t, 1e ,
lived with her daughter In Lake City. Gene of Kissimmee, James of Armory and all tram managers 111.11 .... a) c.l.tins( ) "..,....... ,....((1w, M. Bay Direct From Manufacturer And Sara
She was employed by the Magnolia Jacksonville; 4 daughters, Mrs. Net- should attend or send a represen (M) -.., ?) ._. (.H,, ....,...?.. _,
Hotel in Starke for 50 years and was a tie Prevatt, Starke, Mrs. Ollie War- tative. Also, the rl'<'.department is requesting ......-....(.am a)..1M.IU.IU.m (lm)> ........,.)..M...,_, iu(IHI.,) FREE DELIVERY
member of the First United Methodist field, Mrs. Geraldine both of all teams to brine in the ) ,
Story, HIM.IUW (PHI) IIIHI.4M. 1| c..r.ll.. (am,! Fla. 496.2013Ii
Church. Her husband was the late Orlando Mrs. Jeanette Brewer, name of someone Interested in umpiring _If...., In-I) ...... (H'' 2) .lYa, LakeButler
John B. Grew. Jacksonville; 4 sisters,Mrs. Allle Bea who didn't umpire last year. n-.'.-..... Nwpi) 11,_w. (M'' .., a) (1w'

Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Patsy Marchman, Dothan, Mrs. Lucille .
Hunter of Lake City; 2 brothers, Green, Mrs. Lome Price, Mrs. Mlttle
Joseph Lamb of Ottawa, Canada and Seals all'of Panama City; 24 grand-

Kenneth Lamb of Moncton,Canada; 3 children and 13 great grandchildren. STARKE STORE ONLY On sale Thursday
sisters, Mrs. Dolly Kunlg of Starke, Funeral services were conducted at i ,

Mrs. Irene McDonald ofFredicton, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20. at the + Friday & Saturday!
Canada and Patricia Lamb of Chapel of Archer-Tanner Funeral Discontinued Paints -

; and 3 grandchildren. Home with Rev. Walter Huber of.
Funeral services were held at 11 ficiating. Burial was In Lawtey Tremendous Discounts

a.m. Feb. 18, in the First Cemetery, with Archer-Tanner Assorted Colors !.i iii_
United Methodist Church with Rev. Funeral Home in charge of ar-

George A. Harper It Rev. Ben P. rangements.Mrs. o Interior & Exterior 0 Household
Bryant officiating. Interment was In
Crosby Lake Cemetery, with ar .Marie Knight Clemens
rangements under the direction of Mrs. Marie Knight demons, age 51, 0
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. of Rt.2, Heilbronn Springs,died In the
North Florida Regional Hospital in

Sniiillornsby Gainesville Wednesday evening
Mr. Sam Hornsby 77,died Monday following a short illness. Born in
Feb. 18, in Union General Hospitalafter Nassau County in 1928, she had lived
a brief illness. most of her life in the Starke area.She R

Born in Memphis, Tennessee and was of the Baptist faith. '
lived In the Lake Butler communityfor Surviving are her husband, WaltonC. it. ::1' savings are bigger'! up to 42% 4-I

the past 28 years. demons Jr.; 1 daughter, Joy FAME
Funeral services were held Thornton of Palatka; 4 sons, Wayne, II lira.s. II1 I.
Wednesday, Feb. 20 at graveside in Lamar, Dale & John Clemons, all of V .
Dekle Cemetery In take Butler with Starke; 4 sisters, Mrs. Gladys Lewisof
Rev. Bill Delancy officiating. Archer Starke, Mrs. Mildred Crews Mrs. klr"""'' 100% POLYESTER KNIT
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in Warrenetta Crawford, both of I
charge. Kingsley Lake, and Mrs. Gloria L QUALITY DRESS SLACKS

'Creech of"}Lake.CUy:..ancl.g grape;,,... .......,.
!\Irs. Ethel: Davls'liv u41' "-x...,,,4: .....ften.1 u.nniJ,.ti J >IJ! d ,u, t t t a ,/ W 8 8PIB xol It ..! .,;.,2 .
Mrs. Ethel Davis Irvingr-79, died _" |..servicesJere I : heldTjOp.m. I ul e
Thursday, Feb. 7, at Roberts Care Saturday, Feb. 16, In the Chapel Try .Me. on for s11.1 l l You'll find they art an
Center. of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home OYltendMO eaN. Olrtlo elyWq rlth Mghl Itara tog
with Elder O.M. Yarborough of IHI1flI In popuW 1aW saw.. M1n'.tlap.r .
Born In Valdosta, Ga. she moved to \
take Butler eight years ago from ficiating. Burial was in the Conner

Jacksonville. Mrs. Irving was a Cemetery. EAGLE'S COOKOUT BUYSI! i

housewife and a member of the St. ....PCMn'A
Paul David Hoffman -
James A.M.E. Church.: IlAUaCUR cuuu.. 9 88 .
Paul David Hoffman, 67, L ,,
Survivors include: one daughter. WIM.irate pMMd arid
died Feb. IS In 1
Mrs. Melrose Williams, New York Hawthorne, Friday WAS shoe r)/ .
the VA Hospital In Gainesville. Bornin ". take N.Y.: Butler one sister; two, Ruth grandchildren Jenkins of in West Virginia, Mr. Hoffman was a S-PAK LACE TISSUE .. c lw 7L* s 11 W..ternel,1e 'u
retired and of the
optician was protes-
WAS side'
Philadelphia; nieces, nephews, "

cousins Funeral and services a host of were friends.held Tues- tant Survived faith. by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy. ,aef 970, =NA ND! : 14.88 8.88 -

Mae Hoffman. .
day, Keb 12, al SI. James A.ME. Funeral services were conducted at r::d.tlgl. ,:: 'MW.Yy a"A -.ttplpe. WA87e MWEREAK ..
Church with Rev. D.N. Shakespeare the of Heavy ootlon 'tf.nlm. 2
officiating Burial was in Fort Call 2 p.m. Monday at Chapel front flap: pockaU.atllolMd 1
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home, with .
from back
under the direction
Cemetery Rev. Ray Williams officiating. Burial yo -8 10 XL 1 .
Chestnut .'une..all1ome.lIoward .
was in Santa Fe Cemetery with
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in :. a
charge. a Frayed) legcutoffsl s. For dress
G.Mauger or

Howard G. Mauger, age 77. died Mathew Lee John CENIC KNITS
Saturday night at his home. Born in Master Mathew Lee Johns, son of
Warwick, Pa In 1902, Mr. Mauger Mr. and Mrs. Luther, Johns of
moved to Starke in 1973, was a retired Jacksonville, died Feb. 14. He Is also
carpenter and a member of Hope survived by his paternal grand, OUR DISCOUNT PRICE K'+r 1+-,. (. '! WEB! MQ
Pr -thcunk 100% coi y -+ry-, In mootn
Baptist Church at Theressa. mother Mrs. Louise Johns of Starke, 4 p t'r % polyMlor wltr.
Survivors include his wife Hazel R. paternal grandfather, Luther'' J.' a 1 lHkd dwilm.tor pock.itbw strength 1 l r/icep 11..x..,1.p.red
Mauger; 3 daughters. Mrs. Frances Johns of Jacksonville, maternal' MAW DUTYMOTON a tH Loops 39 n 3<. : NL LA.n s tls11.OALWN .

BUzack & Mrs. Betty Jane Cihiy both grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee !!- ON, OTwxaMT .
of San Diego,' Mrs. Gladys Kutz of McKenzie, also of Starke; two GARaACI&CAN ..CU, TNINT! WL GAS CAN .ors'

Poltstown, Pa. ; 1 son. Howard Grant brothers Jeff and Michael, l; two 67 I. coTTON Ill
Mauger. Jr. of Pottstown 2 stepdaughters sisters, Lynn and Jenifer. : 4.96' 970 2/47 CONDUNOY .PORT MIN'a

Mrs. Darlie Ulrich & Mrs Graveside services were conducted WASaa< WAS wi... wASMT f\IIfl! MI l. 41 JEANS'' 4 CAPS SOCKS
Lenora Hill both of Birdsboro Pa.; 1 Sunday, Feb. 17, at Crosby Lake ..-... noMad ptaaIf2 ,5"toLwtoud NUIpe. Mn duly wHln<1' .I.t > 9"IM oar 1 x
stepson, Ibra Fancher of Birdsboro; Cemetery with Rev. Gene Bass of- with. anap lid to StS.irSiamarv' kuraiar.a''..... STP. wiM pour apoul.1 gal. I I 0 I '1.' 1r'
I sister, Mrs. Helena Sanith of Parker ficiating, and Archer-Tanner Funeral nrx.nl. .'nlllavarTT) ) -JTzS"". E \ WEREMI WEREI.MWERllee
Ford. Pa.; :3 brothers, Frank of Home In charge of arrangements. Wlth .mblwnl, Cu.hlon or.w
Malvern, Pa., Everett of Pottstown, Mrs Leola Reaves Dyer KITCHEN HELPERS! save Up tO 42% Cl.ule Wnt. sl.""ly vela Nt 10.13.pool. .

and Sted. of Paoli, Pa.t 18 grandchildren .,., 1)1,1Lo )
Mrs. Leola Reaves 78 died
and 14 great-grandchildren. Dyer, aI1.. ale,
Funeral services were held at 2 Tuesday morning Feb. 19, In LakeShore lr.Oulwe. ,,,._.._ Better maker)
pm. Tuesday Feb. 19 In the Hope Hospital In Lake City after an l Values 10"
extended. She was a member of the
Baptist Church with Rev. Pat Murphy +: COTTON<< TOPS 1
& Rev. Leamon Ward officiating. Presbyterian Church and came to J't'j\
Lake Butler from Ala. In
with 3.96
Furial was in the Hope Cemetery ,;

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral. Home in. .1925.Survivors-. Include her: husband. J, OUR DISCOUNT PRICE
: ,
lieu of flowers. '
charge of services. In V-nccK will eelUr
L.T. Dyer of Lake Butler; one son, o ,,
the //OOler1
donations should be made to Hope -- a brOl1nY11
Fund. Fred Dyer of Lake Butler and one = t lAdlll' 8.M.L.
Church Building \
Baptist granddaughter. .. .
Funeral services were 'heldWednesday : '
Joseph Travis Kirkland Feb. 20, In Archer YOU1f 1 OUfl s oz.wASawa nCHo1Cl1' 2 9 '' faded kook!
Joseph Travis Kirkland, 83, died Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ed- |JJ5JO'rr OK1STANTASUITS
Wednesday Feb. 13. Born In ,win Montgomery officiating. Burial B /sF ) 199 WOYIIN .UCIi DENIM SHORTS ITOWIL'

Waycross Ga., a member of the followed in Dekle Cemetery under the A.CANT If1q/1 SItNenOyiIl1.ETe1Nh.f/e/ .e.p,:. D/NetAN NASAL MIS1 ATM TOWELS e 3 96
Church of God.'Mr. Kirkland was a direction of Archer Fltneral Hoots of. .,.......,,. t19 3.97 .

retired carpenter and a member of Lake. Butler; Y_m.4cUP HOCKIMOMAM TEA POT wl.Ses.se EfPERDl1/T TAalEfa', 97! 254.00 i went L.S.
Local Union 627 in Jacksonville. .q an otiMiion.drip aaled tmm.a ""--" ". wlntaMeeOUR DISCOUNT PRICE 100'Mo dnlm with s

Survived by his wife, Mrs.' Allie Dock V. :Martin: **' ov n-Tn rnK curmM COAKO,M: WAS eriu iii T.* I T cx esri ....o..m fO* Oundaa Yel55(0115 prlnrt/ 100% cotton tarry: t i _K1.1 NS ate spew opus.
Mae Dell Kirkland. Starke 2 sons Dock 'V.-'Martul.( 69,>"ho"lI'at Medy fa 1pdiv.estas4. MN ROll.ON 0 arrayi at patterns A ,a77..u4 tica, colorluloiitrrTiAmc / ,Jet
Joseph T.i Kirkland Jr. ; KeystoneHeights. 'Theressa. died Sunday evening In the 1*OZ.WAS ANTLPEn8PIMN'w7 '

Samuel M.. Kirkland North Florida Regional Hospital I r,. Eagle shoes are 'bargain prlcedlnwfrviMvu'
Shreveport? La.; 6 daughters, Mrs. fallowing a lingering Illness..Born InEntet'priser I
Esther Williams Olustee. Mrs. Mary Ala. In 1911tsie bar of

Jones, Houston, Tex. Mrs..Martha the Hope Baptist Church and of the
Farina.Santa. Ana,Calif., Mrs. Emily Greyhound Retirees Club.Mr,'Martin. .Y e n wr ro .
Elizabeth ,Knight, Live,' Oak. Mrs. retired In 1973 after 30 years of driving

Rachel Drucilla: Townsend. Naples. for Greyhound Lines., r>' i' "t I PMrrltl ; I., urA .. xr ,1 hi I.'l.I 1l .
and Mrs. Dorcas" Loritav Dykes of Surviving his wife Ruby Mann- I' A r

Alma. Gs! 4 sisters. Mrs. Lillian ing Martin of Ther +s+:..i4. sons .. .'. .
Stallings.Tampa Mrs.Sarah Thompson. -,? .Charles mil" Martln"O"Atlallt3 and 4AMIe1ltw/, .TOft......84 -:/ 4

Wayc...... Mrs. Vsshlta Prevatt, Richard of El: Paso; : 1 brother,Grdligf g, N LBS. .lHANOY'ZII. W.ft..J.II.IMr.TANrAIAJNS ,)TAINicLOTl1kz WOMK mmi i'' MaWkCAUA1JT1 ?. jTHONO W WilT! v1r4n,'

Orlando 'j.Mrs. Delilah Glllphi.yn! of Mayport; 3 sisters Mary Ward*,. M7... 2.97 94L 4 .3' 44ouNDmCOVNTPmctl
d 2.94 7
1S.S8 4.88 : : w.2.J47
Orlando:. 1 brother. 'William E. Sarasotafd Pauline Nail of Jacksonvllle -. .

Kirkland J Jacksonville-! 27 grand, :and S grsndchildreiuJL w ,K, .-.-, :;. :. ........ -- 3.9'7. ogi o user I i eQSI t 4GuMip> t3' $sl lwiulE S:
children: and 22 great grandchildren. Funeral service keye held It V Q 'All 1.La1.ld et/bnw '.".r... '."-' ala 111' .... 197f W'"" err Ewy-csv 5'sttlW ,. Sr4fwd1wbaw lv.rwM,
Funeral services were' held at"'1p 'p.m. .'Tuesday. Feb. 19, in the:Hpi l 'Itl.ee w.lw al... nx ........... .: !- .- : .'I'! ... 3 47 aril -1s. )mminsdh.tap i..ia. a uIw aa.Iwrsr..n'e.. ale:
.m. Satutclll: Feb. 18. at the Churchof Baptist Church with Rev.Pat 1. 'J
M.E. Drake .of.Relating. :, I. .... .." '\. I TARKE a x C a .. , .Io:
God with Rev. fficiating.L. Interment was in ltha J. ., .,' , It KE Hits' T ,
Lake I \ HI I" "
Burial. was at Kingsley ,Cemetery. underl the. direction ol/J 1 biz W. Mod'ion' St. 'tiI' bol l3k t : ''i
(:Cemetery'' wilt Archer,Taitn er DeWitt .C' Jones Jfteeral) Horned ''' It \ :21 it' I J' ,, :, '

funeral} Home..'d"\in,,,,charge"", : 'Starke'. .7,.:. .:.."....."I'iiK....., a* +.'! _ii.. ........ r....,,, ', ..- ;-' ......."" .<- .".10.--; J

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Bradford >

Timer'sThe Old- yr: ate. wlp f Tornadoes

i 4F 5Nx ; fit & '
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BUS Mid- 0 .t i .

Timer' were: Top Old Timers 6-3

front row left to ,

right coach

Harry Hatcher, a. fill All intent,would haWfoved to seethe to end up to bt R pretty good thing for

Donald Falcon, rain go away and come back i us every year."

Tommy Ited- 1 1Fr" r Sao r panther, day .(or not come back The first game of the series was a
dish Tommy / another day.maybe) but ,despite the tight one, though the wet field and

Wise. Larry grey: ak* and bower Bradford soggy baseball produced eight errors

Brown, KellhNerthrup. as as wom, High School held Itt first annual Old and more walks than Hartley wantedto

and Timer's baseball game Saturday see (eight by Tornado> mound-

Dwight ":Ider. ,afternoon, Feb. U, with the'1980 Toro smen). '. ,

2nd row I. to r.. *>does taking the Old.Timer' 6-3. Tommy Wise drew one to lead off

Randall !McGee. the game for the Old Time's,aDd

Ronnie Thoman "It was mostly relatives but we had worked himself around without hit,

Johnny Nichols, pretty. food crowd noted Tornado scoring on a steal of third; and an error

Willie Brown. coach Mike Hartley. He was hoping for a 1-0 Old Timer' lead. .'

Dean Johns. hep.* will be many Old Timer's get- way as leadoff hitter Darks

Wilbur Waters. tssjethers. "If it hadn't of rained we reached on 8IIt111'1'O'I !

JameH Fender.Jimmy would have had a good turnout. The came home on a wild pitch. g

Prevail Old .Timer' enjoyed It and we got In the top of the second Doug Reddish

and Lam _1 f'rlld 10 come good out of It. I think it's going tripled down the right side and
Mercer. scored on an error to put the Tornado

..IAba k to D .
c an p

I Baby Tornadoes Win 3rd in Row I Union JVs' TopKHHSUnion' Parado runs Kenny.1 hit Clark walked, 4 :strikeouts(3 and innings winning) singled 0 pitcher earned cat-

cher Bill Goodge smacked two-RBI

Bradford( High's Baby Tornadoeswon Williams were sitting out most of the Tankard hit big free throws In the Union County's JV boys ended their' KHHS while Tommy Roberson hit for double to right center the 1880 Tornadoes

their second and third games in a third period in foul trouble. closing minutes to preserve a 44-41 basketball season 12-4J with four I and Woody Edwards 7 for Union led 32.

row over North Marlon and Bolles The game was over 20 minutes old win over Bolles Tuesday night Feb. straight wins as they dumped) County. It was 3-3 after three innings as Old

last week, moving to 6-15 with just two before officials called a foul on North Keystone's JV 60-49 in Lake Butler Timer Larry Brown walked and came

games left on the schedule.The Marion. Twenty-two fouls were calledon 19.The Baby Tornado five slowly tied Friday night, Feb. 15. home after an error the Tornadoes

BHS JV's host Santa Fe Friday BUS, 10 on North Marion. the game on a in midway The Baby Tigers, who featured a KH JV Girls WinKeystone's botching a rundown play.

night. Fob 22 and welcome r"ernan- tat 4 10 ii II uNoflh through the third period and slowly balanced scoring attack led by Curt Relievers Goodge Sparks and

dma for a Saturday night game, at M..,.. I .1. 111 37SRADIORD. moved into the front. Then came the Clemons 17 points and Lonnie CrIffln's Chuck Johnson shut the Old Timer's
David' ', WMhlnt.l7. JV Indians ended
William' C. 10.1. Lady
BUS. ,. Tankard 0-1-lf. H.d_ ,-.... Jerks.. 7.1.11. crucial free throws as a shorter, 12 markers jumped out to a 17-7 winnIng out the rest of'the way and BHS
10-8 note -
a season on a winning
In Friday's 54-47 win over North William I I I' A. ,..-.. Total 214... slower Bolles five fought for the first quarter lead and held the margin scored its winning runs in the fifth as
Marion Todd Jackson, Emmett NORTH MARION.' fv... ...-. "rancl, 0-0-0 lam basketball. Bolles, which dropped to at seven to 11 their third game in a row and Goodge singled was moved to second
points 21
,despite a point
..,.. ,.,... sixth of their last seventh 41-18 at the
Watkins and Robert Davis kept the Allan 3410. Orohwft lluflda 14-3 with the loss hit only 5 of 19 free night by JV Indian Bobby Strickland. by Mitch Williams and was squeezed
Baby Tornado five in the game while Will.....4 MO Janis.Watkins.1-01. Total. u-13.37. throws; BHS hit 14 of 24. Herbie Horne added 11 points for expense of Union County's jayveegirto home by Chuck Johnson, who took
Williams Hudson! and! last Thursday in ,
big men_Ben Tankard and Chuck first on is RBI bunt. Johnson scored
ThA JV T.nriw Tigers closed their
moments later a double steal
on an a ,
year 34 With the loos.; as the Old Timer's threw the ball

f KHHS. which led (11-4I after one and Sullivan tallied
away Ricky the
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE period,,was led to victory by Micki final run, scoring on a groundout.,

Sibley who totaled 10 points while "It looked like our first game*"

Donna Dodd had six points and Jill Hartley appraised afterwards. "All

Eland, Dana Louis and Becky their runs were unearned. We made

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST Bramer had four points. mistakes with two outs on plays we're
I Paula Hawkins topped UCHS with gonna have to make in the regular

11 ?rots. season." He was pleased by the relief
I'm..d it's over to be honest with pitching of Sparks and the way his

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN you" said Keystone coach Bob club swung the bat.1"We only had five

Smith. "We had such a balanced, hits but we also just struck out five
team effort. We've worked on individual
times and they were throwing as hardas
skills all season and have .
we see during the season. .
CLASSIFIED SECTION.Shop them now... the team concept was R H .EOMTInm

just coming in." Smith also thankedthe 111 f.0 1 ( I

KHHS parents for their support. T_ 'JO MO 4 r I
Union 01. .11
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Keyoteno .. 2.31.1.Nn
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for Do you need a new We have them at the Of-

every day great shopping values. II heavy duty typewriter? flee 964-S764.Shop. Call us todayat

DIRECTOR: rataOESION DNAPTSPEN9OMwa ": Sl.U\ [ I Union County Timva
bllltatlon,:, prooram. EMparlanca, > mate an axparloncad mechanical heads ofParton food .
ratldantlal' or criminal' lust lea elation .fraftBo r on to NDInO' Sk111/, Port time or full
proaram raqulrad' CETA ..1101help" design' mototl' madical' ava- toAPOIV at ITT! NW High"....
blMtv. G.,....vllla, rat>,.....ey a Ian... exp.r'.nc.' with Metal' INK 1 D m
mu'. Mike' Shapiro.' 374ttttCLBRK I.b.lc."on. t.cl>nlaui.' and PULL TIME FOR RENT PERSONAL FOR SALE
TYPIST .wmtolv: drtiwlno* .'ul.Good ftECUMITV OUAIKD.Application

nAS t r., a + '. Mldnloht Mrt.. Must TVPO havo CWPM.Nigh '84160'r14110111.CdN"c....' Al. Oe.'.Jal-Alal* available'ProvMon att Kv -MOSILL..HOMul 19xI65" SERVICES ,103.11"MAZDA Rotary Pickup
School diploma' 4O *
1219 S Man *t >
3ECRETARy-EXPERIENCED Salary' &S37 33 month shift dlftarantlal. > 377-1011 teunl Y'Rtl 710Pr.n.L: ke.. !. Mobile Home, 3IRV T 1/2 with C.tU end
Pull' tin-**. 53 wpm. Wordproc* Good ., .. Apply: SKY. "r / topper.
alma axcarlanca halpful. Salary The Aiachua County .h..''''* MOII1E HOME REPAIR. ONOMAI9EI. PwlMlm. Wlttl .both. 12X16 Flo. Room 1 CUSTOM MAOI Radio. 42,000: ..mile
dvoands Include on kills. Ganaral, .office Por-....' Oftlca.' 913 SE 51h.St.Equal PERSON.' wanted muff have ..._''one.W....ttnowa community acre. 12/12 utility bldg., DAPIRIISiFreeetlmoto 2500. Contact Marvin
dueler filing PMpn. Opportunity Empiovaf.DISPATCHER. own truck and tools.
writing and editing G11 3"-6126. Call tMtw;.FL ,and 0ant.m.nMlp' to haadJHIPPOOKOME garden opaca, private entrance *. local Grltfli home 431-16J2.
ulldlna Pund
TEACHER NEEDED IMMEDI .location..,,_''one.' .prafarrad To- 37.>..II. Orlva.' Salary' naootlabla. Sand IS minutes from distributor for completely work 782-3811 4-12 ihift.

ATELY. Most ba abl.1, to leach tl75/woak. Job us Action' 13O4 NW MoroncvcLE" MECHANIC ra.uma' to. HtPPODMOMETHEATRE Starke, Ralford or Lake washable nationally 2/14 2/2) 2rpd.
1S4O NW S3rd Ay*
tvplno> panaral math and 7thprada 13th, St.ol. 371-2300 "_Torm. FULL TirVE POSITION .. 8ull... Call 49A-2S42. 2/14 *
1c ante Call 4A2-WO Shop EMp rl'*>nc. R_u'rod' CHy336Ot No coli.$ 0'' advertised GardtteDraper
37 -4533 2/21 2tctig. !**. 5aw Enter- 25" COLOR *''

Console TV under warranty.
HOMfiFenced lot deposit .
Stephen 4962219.
Pay balance due SI84.10
and reference required. 3/1/79TFN.
Powelli MH Village. Call MASONASI.il Small trees coin or assume payment of

y. ORANO FrlK"'Tr-T-too fullyaaulooad 79 PINTO, tllvaf, air. automat'Ic. 4963377. 2/21. $19.10 per month. See'at
79 FORD MUSTANG( UTBACK( Itchg and limbo cut or trimmed.
ONcallont condition.4O.OOO AM radio, 0. CB radio, power
Whigs and
tniiM vprlna' yollow, oood pr.te>a. ..c., condition, low 4.1PNd. air. AM/.....Gas.CMIF Reasonable rate Call Sewing
mpg -.3..OO 3744433. Student | m//1a.// .$2950.. 372-10962,3764r225 my I! Asking ..*J95 ITJprIf74 Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. pliance Center' 3527 S$.

.79 LINCOL N ONTINENTAL for Milo or trod. '71 Ford Station PINTO M4J4M tnaatH 4 evtlnd 1/3 TFN. Archer Rd., Archer Square
Town car, L0.d, .OW mllaap.. : ; w.would trada for a r. many al, transmission
...c.".... condition 5.000. Call cvllnrjar,low mlle.., lafa moda"American radio' (tlr.., M mpo, two or kwittoffer. NEED TO BUYS If you need to Plata.' GolneivllM.)
.72..61 or 376-5715. mad car. 4M-21 19 ...>2630. StucJunt.MUE INSURANCERtAINRS buy a used truck or any 376-4466. atcha 2/21.28 K

197a MERCURY COUOER XM7Powar of Chevrolet call John
75 AM* pacar. oowar also- windows/Mat. AM/FM
rlno/brat-. air am, ovardrlva* radio' tilt ttoarlno' whaol. ..- 704000.orad.TfBorrC0rvS"e. R BUICK/v7 INSURANCE AGINCYi Faulkner. Lee ChevroletCo. NEAR lAMl. 3 bed.-
blackout olat 2O-15 moa. raovlar lent condition.' .2.... 37B6454.T8 Call .1-d22.T756. '75 Ford Pinto.Automatic .
t60 5. Lake Ava., Lakautter. .. Jacksonville
3is ..Ywmsi"foals ti oantAMBASSADOR ..'ir..1.*>,. central heat,AC wall to wall)
496-3978. Complete 721-1880. 2/7 TFN.
COUGAR LOW MILES, 376-7571 Insurance Service. TFN carpet dishwasher, dove

SST S421J). CALL 37&1487 Phon04s..]Ml High spring", 0 jeK WAOONCslll IVIRYONI is INSURAM.EI and drape Included. ..1.660q.
19 MPG. Oraat flap.,1150 LlmlteMl. Brown, 3000 mllM. Ton foot nitp
374-4334 between......lom 79 CHEVY Cheve"0, must "It, 1070 TRANS' AM father *.. l4tctrlc window*. Immediate coverage by FOR SALE living area
=btu.. Moarb condition.40oor Black, ,air. power window, autoAMFM ::..wtt r.... tocfcowlcan JOE location. Will conildeY
: : Imcala 0 male wont else.' roar matic. "200 or best offerCIS hubs, at lcker Over $14.000. Must
Call 377-Ie77. .l000.r.
f 1300/naoollabla. window Priced $100'5' 373-79W9. Mil.SIO.t00. Call 3750500 or SEWING MACHINE financing to qualified buYe
Student allow II.', Call 372-0910
Call 496-2469 after 4
6-2n03.TFN p.rd.
"Qua to Divorce" Beautiful
Singer Future Zig Zag. One 1/31 4tpd 221.Al'l'ALOOiA c1

of Sin"", ', finest, stretch .d

HELP stitches, buttonhole FILLIES 9 .
monogram, blind hems old. Bey.with flashy what;

1 ACMB 51000 Down VA rtnanclno. 4 BR, .Y OWNER; a BR t Bath.ant.A110.3eoom WANTEDWANTED etc.- Still In warranty. Sold blanket sweet diopoiftHon. /
h and family room Reduced haat/alr acallont condition.
154 to.th, on 441 South hem. to U4oo. ............ total, Sao.. Shaded lot, nlca' ,landacaplnaj, new SS49.30 balance due 446-2124 er 4V4-29O&' ;

-Call OWt>-l6.V3y.tf.. I-7V7-354. 17,7obInson r .2 : Halontt in ieti.N.ir whit:'undaroround nalohbortiood NKlnklar., hallow wall 2.too. .- 129.86 or SI3 per'mon.h.Will 2/21 I tchg7'iTRACTORIM

YOU BE THE JUOGEI .I0r1r1a. view' School'' ..-..,... By ._. only' call ........ INDUSTRIES. PRODUCTION take older machine) a* Deer
f:> this very i /1/hih-.malnlr4KJ : .UY"UJ7,9001: Cp11er 1"h HStote CareerService : John
"'' J landscaped mm yard, 45thP5RPLACEA BMU'ully cant haat/alr.' .flY..r OWN oIO.TJ 1e 100 ... I1, 3 ./1 VL:"'. INSTRUCTOR part payment. Visa or w'lI1oqulpmonl"' / SI.10031::
carp t, draoaa, ratrlo.' rang* /m Wnken Was Atv '"' sa- petition located on Mailer Charge accepted.
fcltw v 1Kn Kr Mn porch i : \ = 'Call 494-33S. 1 tchg 2/21.%
3 'BR
with: D:r-b-au. pit and hobby lances yard. carport plus on. *. oraat room Ipraaa I. Cv- Poultry Form. Qualification
cam NW.ECKWITH 11ne abMar Free delivery. To sea call FORD RANCERiF 250.
with 4X4. 44speed.
WOf StC ..., & BuMd.K : REALTY. INC.REALTORS ton* / "Hth.der.%: llwlnairoom Include 18 year of ago high credit manager collect :
O. Flotchtw, 377aJOOA wat gar..a1eer6NReALTOR I.HMfdrv school diploma or Florida power steering"spower !
3T6-TTT7 O>AS SAVER! Baautlfu, nawcontomoorary room. ...Imm'''* anal con- 9043764467. Tfnchg 2/14. broke,* air cond.;*
hou wnadan Sacks. CCO two experiencei .
norm.acted to *by year
MOVE TO THE COUNTRY waft neighborhood horn with In a N ants S car .. 2 acraa with oak i I in poultry form operation ASSUME PAYMENTS AM-FM radio. Cole
5n5rev-.Ina on ado at afavn a 'Pralri 'microwave 496-2098. 2/21 8
New brick 4V caper : and handball court Closet Amana oven Itpd.
lea f to if=/,,. to Natlonwloa, .mln. taUF. .preferably traitor
3BR a bath homo. ocr choolt. ahopolnB and bus lino. opera-, '
,, MtwsTIC. Only 7 month old. under HOME IN LAKE tAITURlTwcffibedroemi / ,
Manvothor :
THE LOCATION PAN TASevrl.ktnO boauflful roilln Brick and c....., 3 bed aol/lt. 2bathi lion. Salary rangeSI0.7S1.20
The price Is r..Sontobl. and 't1., M* MORTGAGE, Santo. sunken' 1 1 vino room with ttoa.OOO N-:32'o.: : ; -warranty. Pay off balance elSI on SR 100. Cell::
Realty ofHIoh Spring* ; ( $14.04.00 annually -
this 3 SIR 2 bath home HI n per. flrtitalaca. Many energy savingffoaturat. _
Martha Barnot, ftEALTOf BV So.10 'coin 49e-3S34... 4 2/11/i[/
Inc. assume p.m.
LCcondition. Central 46 1 A *49,500. CALL No 1 BR ). Interacted person.. or
Ilr.Olaa, formal di. 4S4-M27 Evln.:43614.1: : = //J 2/282 5
a11. 010. INGRAMaPANNELL; bath doutola car a r Nkeo of 118.73 tpdI
nlnoroom. 2 car era. on taro By .u..... hear Matlonwl' l REALTOPSLAKEFRONT__ 3T7-"' I ml.:from Oak...". should apply to Personnel. payment permon.h. I.* KDOOM.aath ......?...!
lot. :
b.autifuliv landfcaa We 1473 So. Ft ttiMikon llwlrxj room, Union Correctional .....mu."on. See at Whites lowI
mataa an aopolntmant for : LOT Brick hovaaatt Lest 2.600 feet .,
atoll llroplcc* boantod ceHllrxj.with Y Owner plus l II/3B
GORE RA.E LL '.0.10.221, Ralford.H Ing and Appliance Center, !
VOU todayl l towntM aroma .. ...* OM LITTLE ORANGE.SMALL Oanawa. Laroa k1/cMn. dlnlMroom
MEAL ESTATE. REALTOR Per tMtorov DOC..... 1 25 Acra*. EQUITY' AND ASSUMEMOKTGAGe. r....... flo.lac .ia wide 3203 ((904)) 431.1212..' 3527 '.W. Archer ltd., Archer acre*. '3/. percent;?
37V1M7 K..O.... /,..... a-Te-3 an ra <3O5) ..,- ....2'/i bath..",,_.a>>4>4 assumable mortgage;' 4:
"ion, Iqual Opportunity Square Plata.
... year old: On 8R 231/ fall
: ,Ioyer' Ac. Calneiville. 376-4466. 2tchg
non. Employer.. 3/21 Itchg. 2/21-28 496-268 aW. 61 p.m.: a.;,

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USED TV'.. COLOR-MO& U. ANTOUwild, Oak table, ,.claw Full 50 Ho nothlna oruii down ori, uo rniturahS97 month.wabuyuMdfurnltur r" '."
BLACK .WH.T.&Up ._. SDadavtil ban.046- Furniture. .496.2126 h6' I
/Will do .......* and Oak. tradtn *- .tlqua ladder back chairs* City. 1212 N. Main..7...... -, :i
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Call 1-1..-. ... Lawtav.SANSUI at.hod. .. HJO Call .. )'
MiOBJ-A-BED.' S chalra, 'a* forII.
0._. 49 watt par be" 014.1 SOP Co..and era OF Lama %3 00. OO Baa*'*. 10> gone S. Usher, Realtor a, ,.;
channol, with VHonlh David 3O7apaakrt. 700 oach. (1O> Clay Tlawar pot*, +#
: tiOO Call 372-BS7a waa-
#' uv* Will.'' nC toll, dot woaratalv rubwoofer.also, Mar ones and after a p m waofcdav*. IQRiooch. Carp.1 i 110 J7371O5.tCUBA 360 West Main St 1tv mull" 1 i

to aooracI.I.I Greg, 37H.14 COUCH END ....... attach***. LAN.! C.D" C...... 1.31. -, 1
SO ..lord print. Good condition. UP.Call3714O52. :' YwM r = .' I,', ,.
'n'J."o' '
CANON AE-I camara. mmlanca. ;, .. 'n 1. FOR f All
24mm wlda' 1010 **n a10O3OO 4"6CrlmN/a. too,,,, ",., W
loom lanva, automatic, Off LUXE WATERBEO, ... .. it:.
power wind-. Ca m0M. shoo all accas orla all wood) OB AR-1/k./ naw. wlnttvla .> Very alternative 1 Mm "bowsconcrete block,4 bid*.from to .Ideal, for S.
camara .und ta mm prolador.At ........, only 4 month old .'*>. BC with sun...*,._. aizs.Mpandabl ? j
w. Plant croan TV. ravular B wise contour Vj*: ..'. "{ ..
S77S. All, Itamt llknaW. Caill7I7j9. aaptryln' < __ : : ? ) <: ; ;
RANGU. T........ c......>,. event 1995.. Per now...falls call '17._. HANCXHOOKED> RUQ. All wool. D.o'0" .. .tao.uN Marl."' ,010."_PIM'_tlO...' ''T" "I... "I.;-r.I, 11' .1<' :
Timor' clock, drawrar.condition. at*. for Woody. 1O.... ..... occatlonil ....,.. ...... heuiV. 7
Lik/brawn now ......CallREfRIOERATOR tabi I.,Low SIS.mahoaany Maoaalna' taWa C.IImM" wOalla .. 1Wm or rip. Attractive 1 ...r.... 1'Ye ....h.CI drapes. cone III.A A

1-4712435 TWO WOOL., GOLDa5.. ooleotofa,. *3M73.and9ntl. 0:10. 451-2733, .h_. "" .. ttICl........ .loosed. I back ,.rd. ...1' w"'m., '/r P t xi
Wttlrtpoot.lea bad .17.. C.1O'or L.4I'.. ftotwlnnas.Ndekero..* T '" '"/'J-'p \ ,"It J:
%wafor dlMMn ar. now"_, 4733105 n.w EncaMant conC ...._' S7O. W: .LCt/ans.l.e very. '3 14.'n. .
than I Vr old t.... Allow JH17l/ >a9.vanlnoa' imt. tjo-ttoo 3/4-oor, : kitchens, properly. face* 2 lMo.ai. 'ltl yltowel.
iTJca for good irSd0-.... 372 u o '
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I' 420 acre .. rhrerfrent en Unkm-SroaMord< county)line.; ; 'eture ii .',.lo...... ,.)..;;/ 6 1. I

.reP.......end. weed Weal, for cettte ranch end I ermine;.Owner wilt finance to

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FOR 11 014.1111 Step aft SALES Fab. FOR SALE FOR SALE
: Quality c GARAGE Sal..
23. a.m. 5
p.m.Clothe pop-up camper. Sleep.. 2 23. 9 a.m. fit t Turn right WANTED FOR SALE FURNISHED APARTMENTs TRUCKS -
area rug tapes records tables stove, sink, aH SR21 onto Fairway One Bedroom. carpet AC.,' FENCINOi All kinds hog 197' HONDA end 1947HorleyOavldsen.
drapes kitchen utensils. refrigerator heater one block. Couch dune TELEPHONE SOLICITORl 100 WaTt near apartment Coma and sea It. 4O7 W. 1974 CUTLASS SUPREMEl" wire welded wire barbwire Phone
etc SR-21 south turn left carpeted.$3,400. Keystone buggy. stereo console 'ol'l-tl_. Florida Times complex. One full acre. 3 Jefferson; Starka. Itchg AC AT. P3. PB. radio. wood chain link; 9646543. "Itpd 2/21

at main entrance el Heights 473-2910. tfnchg misc. Itpd 3/21! Union. 964-S16S. Itchg M. 2 bath, great room 2/21 claan. Runs \good. fl.095.Phon..611853.ltpd free estimates. MANNING NURSERY STOCK FOR SALSi,
Geneva takes Estates, 10/18 2/21. fireplace, two car garage. THREE BEDROOM 1 1/2 2/21. FENCE CO.. 473-4822. Citrus trlfolata root for
> 1473-1677. Itpd 2/21 MASONRY WORKs Black. HELP WANTED. Earn extra RAWLEIOH DISTRIBUTORS High' $40!. Available *J bath. No pats, no children. 197 CHIVY IMPALAs 2 Keystone. TFchg cold on resistant Peach
LAKE LOTS FOR SALESKeystone brick .1...... Specializing money at homo. Circularmallets wanted In Storks, Klngsley day*. Phone bob Harrli. Convenient to shopping door runs good. $295. SKI BOATs 16 ft. fiberglass. persimmon nectarine .
I H.lghte.I wanted. No experience lake other local are=. 473-3133. 1/31 center. Phone 964-8810. Phone 473-4308. Itpd 2/21. pear
In 964-5511 or 73 boat 74 Mercury, 65 HP
fireplace new or fig
I Send Itpd 2/21 1977 P-1SO TRAILER SPEdAll40OV8.AT guava grapes
Beautifully wooded late necessary.' WIt.P.O.lox"' ,Davenport -
on 3tchg 317. trailer.
rebuilt. No|ob too Io.goor FOUR .BEDROOM hou... condition. engine gator-tilt blueberries, anno apple
clear. sand bottom tamped Fla. 33837. 2/21 2tpd ,
lake. !1ARATOOA HBIOHTSl 3 BR, ,il.90O. Call 964-5744 daysor ..'
tee small. Call 473-2841, for Information love. refrigerator furnliti- AMIFM radio: locking axle a'-lff. dorsot apple .5',
,. term*or discount lor tfnchg 1025CARPENTER 2 bath home fireplace.I50O ad. $130 month. and 170 '5. PB chrome recrea- 431-1640 after B.OO p.m. axoleas camellias, hedge
_h. 1 to 5 acres with to G.A. Reid. P.O. Box 126.Keystone .
available In 6
WO.Ie..emod.llng Height. Fl 228.WANTED $ down deposit. Phone) 964-5161. lion mirror; speed control TFpd plants junipers, palms,
tree overlooking lake work kitchen week Other plant other ;; CHAIN LINK PENCE shada .
,'from 32&%. 2/14 36. 4tchg" Itchg 221M40BILN tool storage) box heavy traes many more.Roses
$3,300 1300 10... Phone Bob Harrlt. material. Do It yourself
cabinets and trim CASH FOR OOLOi HOMEt 10x60 $145 duty battery! sliding rear on Fla. root stack.
down.SSO month.Commercial carpenter. Reasonable diamond Jewelry, coin GOOD,PRICES PAID for used 964-5511 or 473-3133. 2213tchg37. mo. plus $50 deposit. window; tinted glass; and save. Installation O.C Carnee Nursery" 23
lot on SR-21 North prices. Call Ed Dempsey at and dental Will" visit mobile. homes mortgageIs Phone 964-8285. for appt. super cooling system: 2 available. Free estimates. miles SE of Starko at
'available. Owner- 473-2477. tfnchg I I/I homo.gold.1-374-5235. 3/4 paid or more.' CHIN'SMOBILE MOULD MOMItl Why pay Itchg 2/21 fuel 42 gall tanks. ....500. HandyMan Pence Co. Florahomo. Hwy 100.
'Solosman.473-4375. 2/22 $100 REWARDi For block and your HOME SALES more? Buy direct from factory THREE BEDROOM furnl.had James Go.kln.8356.. 964-8559. TFchgWATSON'S Phone 6592165. 2/7 6tchg
1fnchg. white female Gorman Mr. Rlttman. tfnchg 1/17 964-5406. Open ,7 days large selection of 24. homo on Crystal" Laka. TFchg. HOUSE OF 3/13.

'FOR ALSO Two acres near Shepherd. 7 mo. old with AsSUMI PA/MINTS microwave weekly. TFchg 14, 12 wldee. COMMUNITY carpeted dock. no pats.Adult. ItSO HONDA LX ACCORDs VACUUMS! Many brandsof A.'. DICK MIMEOGRAPH
SR-10O near Keystone rod collar and red name Amana avan.Only WANTEDi Mobile home axles MOBIL HOMES SALES. US .. Deposit. Phone AC PS ,.. AM/FM 8 new vacuums. Used model 323 manual. Five
(.Heights.$=down, S61.88 tog. lost In Melrose area 7 monthe old under and tI.... Will pick up. 301 North.Open 9 to duik. 473-35111.,2/21 TFchg track 4 speaker stores. machines available. Pans years old. Good condition.
-'par month. Phone 473-4038 12/10. Answer to name warranty. Pay off balanceof OLiN'S MOBILE HOME I to 6 Sunday. Phone THREE ROOM FURNISHED system 5 speed transmission and accessories for all S3SO.OO Great buy.
or 474367: after 6 186.10 cash or assume SALES. ....5606. Open 7 newly Michelin steel
'p.m. Banshee. Call anytime 964-9741., TFchg apartment; vacuum systems. 404 NW ....6100. 2/21 Itpd.
1/3 Ifnchg.AMlatCAN 475-1190. 2/7 tfnchg payments of 'IS.73 par days a waek. TFchg TWO BEMOOMi 1 both decorated wall to wall radial, car I mo. old 10th Ave., Gainesville COMMERCIAL PROPIRTVl
month. See at White's Sew CASH'FOR COINSi Gold. largo screened In perfect shape. 2,900 miles;
HElP WANTED$370/Thousand hou_. 3 aero Carpal phone 376-7110. TFchgIIIIC.A..IAC 2.47 2,400sq.
acres opprox.
ing and Appliance Cantor d.nl.1gold. Off-street GM C. $1.590 In car now.
1 sliver sterling porch. parking!
Highway 21 north. Saturday SHOPs" Just
CH/A. Near Hampton. ft.
mall. ft. block SIO
envelopes you I lit due March I. bldg.
7 and 3527 S.W. Archer Rd.. Archer GF scrap(jewelry" optical no children no pate. pmt.
Sunday 21 North ofKey.'on.
p.m. 375-0489 392..S20.I3.t.OOO. opening. Hwy
Paid. Sendto or ; south of
Postage Free. Bull- $500 and take over frontage on 301
Square Plaza frames etc. J.R. phone 964-8498. TFchg fameson
Invited. tfnchg PAD-B Rt. 2 Box 200.Keystone Gainesville. 376-4466. Ington 964-6250 TFchg. 2/21 2tpd 2/28. $4,974 payoff.. Hti. Ceramic Waldo. Phone
'10/,. BEUINT ROADs Near 230. plaques dolls, Indian
Heights Fl. 22128HELP MOBILE HOME AXLES and Financial troubles. call 1-813-S26-7068 or
2400. SQ. FT.RETAIL or office 32656 1/3 tin chg 2tchg wheels. Top price paid for Fantastic 3 BR. 2 bath own Glen \Prsvalt. Hampton. Jewelry other Items. 1..73-<1680. 2/7 4lpd 2/28.
space. Excellent location. CASH FOR SHVIE-hlghe.t WANUDi'Custodion.Hours "Ilka new'' condition. deck, flreplaca, two boy 468-1403collect. Itpd 3/21. Phone 473-7042. 7/26 BOSTON BULL PUPPIES.
High traffic area. Will prices paid for odd pieces 3-11 p.m. Contact Phone "..-.331. 1/34 goraga. Middle $90'!. 1973 S/4 TON 4 W/D FORDl TFchg Cross with pit.Makes good
divide. Midway Shopping and sets of sterling silverware. principal. 473-3761. 2/21, TFcha Available 90 day. Call Bob ClassifiedAds w7x8steel box, ana GET YOUR COPY of the family p.'. $10. Phone
'Cen_.For info call Weeks Too sets trays platters 2/28, 2tchg. WANTED RldeVi to Jacksonville Harris 944-5511 or Get owner, ; low mileage. Excel Bradford County Telegraph 944-8993. 2/21 2tpd 2/28
Bait and Tackle or 473-1953 RETIREES SPSaALl 2BR. 2 Stebg Utit. condition. Or will CENTENNIAL ISSUE. We
etc. $125 per pound Arlington area, from 473-3133. 2/21 : 3/7. BHS BAND PLEA MARKETl,
after 7 12/28 tfn chg. .bath fantastic kitchen.: 9 2 trade for tractor w/equlp- still have few left
p.m. minimum. Second Wino, 15 a.m. to p.m. or car ResultsPERSONAL a copies BHS Parking Lot.
Over 1500 sq.ft. In enclosed pooi. rhent. Call %...5307. 2/21
N. Main St.. Gainesville. Ralfard 431-1188. In thai oHIce. 135 W. Saturday a.m. to 5 p.m.
Every" Thurs 379-8733 and 373-7425. area lot. Low with Hfft.garage.Call Corner Bob Itpd 2/21. FOR RENT 1971 4tpd3/13.CHEVY PICK-UPl" St. Don't mill out on this Proceeds to buy bond

day. 7:00 p.m. Truckloads Will visit your home. We Harris. 964-SS1I or Issuel You'll got 102 pagesof uniforms. Itchg 2/21
al tools drill presses olio buy antiques and fur "73-3133.2121 3tchg 3/7. HOMES PAUU APARTMENT Fur- 8-cyllnder. 2/21.Phone pure Bradford County NEW AND USED FURNITUREand
:grinders vises. handtoolsal niture. tfnchg 1/10 nl.hed efficiencies and 1BR 944-4841. Ifthg history for only $1. TFpd appliances. Porch
about every" type. Don'tr DUll SPRINGS 4 BR,'2 bath. FOR RENTl Trencher mixer corrl- FOR SALE apt. "weekly." or mon $500 and toke, over LIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi 'ock... BARGAIN
be misled by people pass.ling fireplace, one full act*. pactor. cement washer lawnmowers thly. NEW FURNISHED payments. Phone loads only. ALLEN E. CENTER. US 301 South,
through. Owned and Over 1900 sq. ft. $1900 pressure, tillers other NEW HOME AVAILABLE STUDIOS. monthly only. SERVICES .. s-1655. Itpd 2/21. TAYLOR Lawtey. Phone ....66'9. TFchg
operated locally. Also down for qualified buyer. garden auto and construction NOWi rarest Heights, 16 2313 N. Temple, 51...... 1971 CIS JEEFi 3 speed 783-3173. TFchg PIUMBINO FIXTURIS windows

truckloods of groceries. Payment under $300 tools., KEYSTONE REN West towards prison. 4 '". TFchg MIL'S SAW SHOPs Complete AM/FM stereo radio low ROUND SALES OF MAYO $15 doors, plpel. plus
Dishes electronics and month. Available 90 days. TALS. Hw". 21 North. 2 bath plenty of room One' 'Aapartment. sharpening service circular mileage. $9700. Phone each. Phone ArthurGasklns 10.000 other Item now at
about anything you can Phone Bob Harris, '....5511 473-2993. hot stucco. Call Bob Harris. utllltle Included.!.'pooI. TV AC hand carbide, Danny. 783-3281.2/21 3tpd 782-3140 or Bargain Center US 301

....m.. Bill Perry' Auc. or 473-3133. 2/21 3tchg FOR RENTs lakefront mobile 944-5511 or 473-3)33. 2/21 furnished. Weekly Totally monthly chain mowor blade hollow 3/6. 7823497. TFchg' Souni Stark. TFchg
tlon..'. 2315 S.E. 3/7. home _bedroom. I'ibath Stchg 37.PREPARING. rate TEMPLE MOTEl ground and balonc.d.t 1979 DIMO, Toranada COASTAL BERMUDA MAYs

'Hawthorne Rd., UPHOlSTIRVi Reasonable patio; swimming TO BUILD on the 880 N." Temple Ave., _. at Jackson Building Brougham, 2 door. loaded. Phone 473-2427 Keystone SEWING MACHINEl
Gainesville. 684-4323.4tpd prices. 473-2032. 4tpd 2/7. dock boat year round. golf course In Keystone St...... Phone 964-7357. Supply, Starka or Keystone Save S2 OO. BALDWIN His. No collect colls. 1/31 "Duo to Divorce" Beautiful
1/31-2/21 2/28. private. 473-4186. 2/21. Heights. 2 ER. 2 both. 2 car 9/20 TFchg. Hts. TFchgALCOHOLICS CHEVY OLD'S. 944-7500. 4tpd 2/21. Singer Future Zig Zag. One
SEWING MACHINE FOR SAlEi Two gold wool Itchg. carport brick home. Value MIMOSA MANOR IMOR4U ANONY Itchg 221.DIIIVIQ CONSOLE STERSOl AM/FM of Singer's finest stretch

"Due to Divorce" Beautiful rugs, 12x23 and 9x11. FOR MINTs On Loki for cast will be hard to HOME PARK mobile. homes MOUS.'hon..II..lor964.6582.. EDi 1979 Delta 88, 4 radio. turntable, solid stitches buttonholes,
Singer Future Zlg Zag. One 473-4105. Itchg 2/21, Geneva 3BR. 3BA mobile beat. Owner-salesman and space,for rent. Phone door sedan loaded. Save wood Mediterranean console monograms blind hams,
of Singer's finest, stretch 25" COLOR home with CHA. Unfur 473-7060. 2/14 2tpd 2/21. 448-2913. TFchgFURNISHED IEMODELINO.TFchg BUILDING $1500. 2 to chaos cabinet small record ate. Still In warranty. Sold

stitches buttonholes, Console TV under warranty.Pay nished. No pets. SltS per 230 ACROSS FROM EFFICIENCY REPAIRS New kitchen.. from.BALDWIN CHEVY storage.Magnavox. Needs now $549.50 balance duo
monograms, blind hami. balance duo $184.10 month Includes water and HOSPITAL 3 Br, 2 bath APARTMENTs exceptionally baths, family rooms. Brick OLDS. 944-7900. Itchg some work .perfect for do- $129.84 ar $13 per month.
etc. S.lIlln warranty. Sold cash or assume paymonhof"9.IOpormonlh. garbage pick up. Phone family room flreplaca: clean, well maintained, block concrete.. Flreplacaspecialists. 2/21. it-yourselfers. $25 or best Will lake older machine as

new S349.SO. balance due See at 473-2383 otter 4.30: p.m. separate dining room newly refurbished.. $140 Crlffls Con I97t El CAMINOl Loaded, offer. Phone 7823330. port payment. Visa or
S129.S6 or S13 par month. whites Sewing and Appliance tfnchg 110WANTIDs available 90 days. Low per month. Phone struction. Phone 4732108or one owner, like now TFpd. Matter Charge accepted
Will toke older machine as Center. 3527 S.W. Carpentry and ISO's. Call Bob Harris. 944-8151. 1/31 ttn 473-2578. TFchg C7084A. Save thousands of STARCRAFT POP-UP Free delivery., To see call

part payment. Visa or Archer Rd., Archer Square masonry work bricklaying '944-55(1( or 473-3133. 2/21 TWO mobile AND home.THREE MDROOM SEWING MACHINES dollars. BALDWIN CHEVY CAMPCRi Sleeps 6, gas credit manager collect,

Master Charge accepted Plaza Gainesville, freploceSinall 3tchg 3/7. off lea. White'Inquire Mobile Of REPAIRED All makes OlDS 944-7500. Itchg stove. sink awn In./ -410W-374-4467. Tfncbg 2/144 j I
Free delivery,, see call 376-44W9chQj/1I-j8: g Jobs. 10..I'lob..r.'| 0%" ASSWMABLR MO- Home Park, SR 16"and 225.' ''cleaned ailed "and .;.ad-"".'2/21.:' '" screened In room.With... 2'" COLOR
credit manager 'colfec, ; I '.. oollmll,... Daytime phone TCAGIt Even better, this 3'BR. 2/7 4tehg' 2/28. lusted. $10. Work 974 DODGE CORONETlC7049A tras. Phone 964. 27. after Console TV under warranty.Pay .
904-376-4467. Tfnchg 2/14. Heights 4'.. 1 M BA.family .473-4473 nights after 5 2 Bath fully landscaped TWO BEDROOM mobile guaranteed. Jama* AT AC. PS" excellent 3:30 p.m. Clean and vary" balance due 1184.10.
FOR SAlRi "Hot Rod" Lincoln room with fireplace, p.m.. 3723906. 4rpc! builder's model has home: central heat and Strickland. corner MorganRd. condition. $2.195. good condition. 211.21c"g ca.h or assume payments of
fully equipped solar water heater, near 27228. a golf course view. air. Phone 782-3495 ...... and Hwy 16. TFchg BALDWIN CHEVY OLDS BASS BOATl IS'6" Collins $19.10 per month. See at
custom point and wheels, schools1. Peach St. $275 per HELP WANTEOI The Clay $40,500. Keystone Heights. or 964-6214 dayi. 2/7 1 IRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 9647500. Itchg 2/21. Craft 2 pedestal seats, White's Sewing and Appliance -
sacrifice at 3000. month first and last. County Board of County Owner salesman 473-7060. TFchgR SERVICE Bradford residential steering console, live well Center, 3927 S.W.
473-2671. Itchg a/21 4733331. Itpd 2/21 Commissioner Is taking 2/14 2tpd 2/21 IN LAWTEVl 3 BR mobile pump-outs S4S. Commercial ClassifiedAds rod locker 2' yrs. old Archer Rd.. Archer Square

FOR SAUi 1976 poseurs lOSTi Chrome 14" applications for the following LAKE GENEVA 100 ft. home. furnl.Ked no pete. and Industrial. Fully storage, fully carpeted 35 Plata, Gainesville
8-210 excellent condition. wheel tarToyota. positions under Title V laketront lot In Bradford pay your own utllltlei. no licensed. Phone HP Evinrude electric start 374-4446. 2tchg( 2/21-28
low miles. 2700. Call Lost In cover and Title II of the CETA program County. Restricted for 1850 objection. to two small "' .1121. TFchgfORSESHOEINOl Minn-Kate trolling motor ASSUME PAYMENTS
Keystone children. Deposit. Garden I.pac. Trimmingor 'BringResults w/laot control depth Amana microwave even.Only .
1-59I-2O41 Orange lake. area. Reward. 473-2760. : Recap- sq. ft. one story homo. ..
I Phone 782-3279. corrective work. 12 recorder anchormate.driveon 7 months old. underwarranty.
2/21. a/28 2tchg. tlonUttalephoneoperator I Sell
Itpd 2/21. clerk or propezin commercial 3/14 2tchg 2/21 years experience. LarryLaFollette trailer. Excellent Pay off balance of
; typist; Starke. TWO ROOM and bath apartment St...... condition. $2,693. Phone 186.10 cash or a..um.poym.nt. .
mechanic helper right-of-
Will sell trade for
or commercial
!. All utilities fumlshed. 944-4273. 12/13 TFchg
of $18 73
WATERSIIUDODII technician 782-3460. TFpd per
TRIEST way ; zoning property. Phone Color TV. Ready to clerk; patrolman; office 356-6849. 24 h... move Into Phone earlier silver coins and
MINI STORAGE aulstant. Applicant must LAKE OENEVAl' 200 ft. 944-7184. 2tchg 2/21. sliver dollars. Phone ; Naugahyde and wood. and Appliance
*Bulldozer Work b*a resident! of Clay County lakefront lot In Bradford UNFURN. APARTMENTSl 2... 904/354-3077. 1/17 $173. ALSO Piper II Organ 3527 S.W. Archer Ed.. Archer

Space Available In ; moot employment County with ranch style lot; $150 mo.. One) efficiency. TFchg.A Hammond. $600. Phone Square Plato
Large or Small 'guideline of CETA program brick home. 2 BR. 2 bath $89 mo. Floods I IEMODRLINO. FRAMINO. ...-8092 before 5 p.m. Golnevllle, 376-4466.2tcho
*Land Fill 10' X 12' & 10' )(20'. ; and be economically 2,166 iq. ft. with open painting. First and last ADDITIONS Houses, ask for Debbie. Itchg 2/21 2/21-28

PondlWILBUR cALLTHONA3 dlsodvantagod. If you tool dock porch and dock. Will month I" odvanco., No barns, ate. Registered HAYs Bahla ar All.la. Larry
you may qualify apply at sell or trade form.. children No pots. building contractor, Stateof LoFolletta. Sto.6273. .....
REALTY* Clay County Community cial' property. Clyde W. ....7521. 2/14 3tchg 2/38. Florida. Paul's Framing "' TFchg. won

Services Office. 91* Simpson A Co., 1119 HOUSES FOR RENTt 4 ER 4both. Starka. ;j964-801S..> 1/31) ELECTRIC MOTORSi S HP Drilling
WATERS 964-6162 Walnut St.,' Green Cove Barnett Bank Bldg., $300 ma. 3 EM lake 4tpd 2/21. Heavy" duty single vacuum:

,080 W. Medleon fit SMrk. F. Delano Thomas. Springs, Fl. Itchg 2/21 Jacksonville, Fla. 32301. house turn.. Feb.-May.. I IMSROCKi 20 yd. semi 2 HP motor. Both run off 2"'Thru II
$250 mo. Phone 944-7521. loads only. ALLEN E. 944-5307. I
084-8725 Bus. :AR pooiiMOi TO Phone 3564849. 24 hrs.: 220 volt. Phone Fast Rotary
884-8941 Home Realtor TFcha. 2/14 Stcha a/28 TAYLOR Lowt.". Phone 2/21 4tnd 3/13
Gainesville. H Interestedcall TWO BEDROOM, 782-3172. TFchg. Drilling Equipment

Gory at loS2163.. MOBILI HOfVIE HOUSEiCarport. utility I HOMES BUILT, remodeled or REGISTERGAS STATE LICENSED
2/21 I tpd.Ca.rPftlllonAval.. room screened porch. repaired fireplaces kit- .
SERVICE POLES II SO month. $100 security chens plumbing and electrical AND OIL Pumps
Roberts '" ''Jf00i f'AJMpr deposit. Phone" 944-7373. w-rk. Phone Wade

{ Itpd 221HOPP Behr, Building Contractor Stt S. TB.. S8 ft.

Real Estate 4; Lawtey. 7823973. TFchg. ..... New a UsedSale..Parte.Servlce
:. : ."_........e...... mobile homesand
washing LP
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98e .-_. trailers. Also carpentry 'a E-Z Terms
964-7828 Temple ."...---- work and house poin -----------
..........Y- TOPPTRUK ting. Phone .....7965. 2/7 Motor Homes Filled
ASSOCIATES ,If.less_.-.. .I to I...II, Weric I XPERIENCED Offer 2/28. 111111411010414. 111111111ithISS4"' PlumbingNew

Weekends. end Evenings' Call 54 CARPRNTER/MASONt. .IbrllfM Tows I Installation
Richard Roberts.9t4-ES9S Judith Flyen "44311114 wants small construction
Asso God as
Mia.lenaferd4943814 Wllllem Congo 944-8704 TOPS (, additions. Phone
lereenCane*.9644704 lucllle. Spry.944-4420 UPHOLSTERY SHOP 782-3906 after 6 p.m. 2/7 .
Key Wetera964441"loree Extra Low Prices 4tpd 228.CAmpno.. I
4 Miles South Of Stark Off 301 I """ specializing In INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Best Buy PUMP

'4 BR 1 ..... Family _:offreo. Recreettonreem. Year Experience Cary McCollum remodeling: screen rooms In The Country
Formal L.. Formal. DR. wrtb I wall ...,..... I large 26 sun decks concrete and New-Use4 RebuiltKlrby &

cedar. c......CH/A.I.,.....,2 car carport,elt.large foams. I I FlY OFFER 1-591-2814 block work. Phone POLICIES *.Royal SUPPLYCOMPANY

Ileft. of .1oeMI. 201' Discount. On I Mclntoch Fla. %.7814.. 2/21 4tpd 3/13. REASONABLE RATES Fitter Queen,

.1 BR..1"bam.Den wrm Keetty pipe, 11.11I..CH/A ettkfen. Thni March F.ObrtcO.. ---- ..........ourelleas
cedar closet. .huge Patio. por"".1 I MobiitHone
.2 BR. 1 Beth, from .he.....M x 24 concrete........ .... ,ppoIntrnent A' Your COfIvenlence, I OUa' WE FINANCE 864 N.
lOG S.I. ge4-6428 Acre i rractsofLand$25000OAcre. Safes Expert Repair Service'
Country due Uvlrvg-Striking 4 1 A-.JV4 .bath.Brick 6- Phone owes. US7 Temple l Ave.
F00 i i FREE QUOTES) !
of lovely. colt_. BreeMeetreem. ,
he@ Kitchen with plenty
with a..PA.... Phone 984-eeoa AIYWs Starke Fla.
Formal DR. Formal. to. Family room Wit Just 15% Down. ,
eenelUd. ...... All thin plus a ..need beck yard grow with Licensed Broker. or Licensed Salesperson CInQ. E/a/ne/ M.. Olln ;fog!'" 3 MI. North 301
:Swimming. .peel (ergo pone area plus weed deck off Or mobile Homes ,-Call 984-8918 964-7061

:Breakfest. room end Fondly._.Situated en.large lot enSR CAN YOU SUIT TT, F31hto : AHowtd.' 11 11TIENIM11M .

'Aead am ........ ,
: 3M- Three ...._. IV*" B, Brick home en .targe let.Srery Your own lull-time Franchise; |In Real Estate Bart lara Flnney

; nice I Ift right In this' area and NO franchise charge. 1.1-PAER061K
91. 18. L.. PR, Stock. .home In town,'neotl I. National Company. established In 1900. Cain,, Realty, Inc. -

:.*Weeded let at Sterfce Country dub largest In Its Held.' All advertising all signs,. 100 MiolMM, "..
ft '11. 2B. IB. FR. Dmlng-Kltchen< an' ....... Falls, to tevmNeed forms supplies furnished. Professional Train 1 20Tons Approx.. ._16 Yds.
-with ....,....' : I Call 462:!!-3173---
to grewf Start With this cosy 1 ......./1 bathieme. ing and Instruction given for rapid development $470 $
:) Kitchen lass ....,It.ln. end ......... Huge owe" lot from Start to Suce$$. Nationwide, ia 9080 Par- %

:with......Oweer.,......Hnancto*.Cell 4964814 after advertising brings Buyers from Everywhere.Can ., '
1MurI. you qualify? You must hove Initiative excellent SWARMING r Location Will Determine Price 90
Make"Sutler.. 2-SSR. 18. LI.IIfI. 210" ef 4*> .... character (bondable). sales.ability, be CaM ,
reactor style ever-toekliif. leke ..,tler. ? financially responsible. Commission-volume, 1 PILL

ieTm/Xbath, bass Kvlng reeei and .largo e Jakrtda.feature .* opportunity for man. woman couple or team ilrth'*'IFM! Post ControlFOR

Wperte, g et bovse. Must see, toe VMRY to That: Can Sell. 'Information_without obligation. ; 18 Yds.
Call .4t-MI4 after hew PROFESSIONAl PROTECTION __ Approx.
Owner be relocated. Huge 4....../1 both family. tMHna.Iteede .
work but worth It. Lefts ......-,. fawn dose to Starke Office Open Arid NEEDED Ready To Serve You., -- FROM- TiMMITS INVASION- $300 "_ $5400 PeNd= $585911

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I customer picking-up merchandise at our VISE-GRIP
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40 Long and Short of It \i:

Or In It the big and small of the Tornado wrestling team that will be come" gpetlng
In the state 3\ meet In Palatka this weekend?! 1;
each: mD'I'D 238 pound heavyweight qualifier Allen Scott hoists 102 pounder Billy j:
iIII Green Into the air during a break In their practice routine.

Ea Each I'' SAVE 27% HHS 12th at Region i

Precut STUDS Transparent VINYL RUNNER Scott, Green QualifyFor

2i4x92VtSPRUCE Stay-in-placa gripper back 399
non-slip surface.
/ PINE Clear ribbed design.
19 C State Wrestling

Expanded Polystyrene ... ,__ ........., -I
Allen Scott and Bill Green qualifiedfor .tto "'- et.-ohoIt
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the 3A state wrestling meet to be A"'" ( > .>- InM (PttlJ) t> MsWok
L.F. SET .
SCREWDRIVER ........ ..
I held next Friday and Saturday Feb. .... ., .. .
1 P Mll p./.n.l.
contains 4" and 8"standard tip ptmtmt by (-I).tag')
4PeHandymen wt
22 and 23 in Palatka, as the BHS II$.T>M IWMIH tfM. ) II.'. .hit.....
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3/4 x 14 5/8" x 96" panels for wall 3" cabinet tip. and No. 1 Phllliw on a plastic rack. Aor wrestling team finished 12th In the T mv. |a',ll.i)M. .. ..g
handy addition to any tool box or workihop.63.324. 19*MuffM d... Ski1") M.nine .PI_ t..MM
Region 1 meet held In Green Cove .... .
ceiling'1 applications. .
( )4:11.: i NN< M M.K.P(I'PCI|sir.IIIMfflwiiM
Saturday Feb. 16. ..
(lie'|t- d-9-
Scott garnered a third place In the 130 41 wh. 1.pl..."w (Ns.)
19 unlimited division with two pins and 10NP: wdIhr PI-4\ M==(c..NV)I'.';.tE
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SOUTHEASTERN Each two byes. He lost In the semis to 460 Mats. (PPC:).... 01-N. ti 05..(Pd''2,11.' .;
FOAM PRODUCTS tSKTOOLSSAVE pounder Robby Corwin of New Smyrna 1101.-N ONI,_(ft4,04...,-51
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Panel Beach but was the only grapplerto .(Nss) .11,A.1 n (Pd'',plOMOe4_
take the huge tourney champ past (P.1))2.21.
the first period finally being pinned I:
with 1:0211'11 in the match. KII Netters Ace PalatkalKeystone :
Green just a sophomore, finished
$84.00 fourth at 102 with three wins, Including High won its opening guts
--= a pin and a first round bye, tennis match last week. defeating
against two losses. Palatka 5-2 on the home courts.'7th
"SAVE The state meet starts Friday at 1 graders Kelly Newsome and Natalie
p.m., and continues..all. day ,Friday Ooguid came through with wins in
999O and from 10 a.m.. Saturday until the their first-varsity'matches and
5 I : finals set for 8 pm. Michelle Weeks and Michelle Hanks
BHS 122 pounder Danny Nugent also took singles victories in the win..
N came up just one point short of qualifying The youthfull Lady Indian niters!
for the state meet,falling to Rit- home Crescent City at
x tenhouse of Bishop Kenny 6-3 to tie for Friday Feb. 22, before hosting
fifth after losing to eventual champ Bradford High's girls for a match
CDXPLYV/OOD SHEATHING 71 PC. TOOL SET McKay of Flagler 17-5. Nugent won Monday, Feb. 25.'
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mechanical: rapaira.Sat Includes 1/4"and:3/8"socket Johnny Bell and Todd Sammonswere .. ...._ .. .
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427' wrestlers to win matches at the W.K.N.nh( )mr M.CI..M0.3. '
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Mouldings '

Plastic 10% Steak k

7/16"x4'x8' Rough Sawn Reg. 13." : .. :

3/8"x4'x8- . . . 688 lace 12":.O.C.: : Hardboard. . Sale Price 12" BIBLES '?<.{.-I-- -:. '.. -- : I, I

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1/2"x4'x8 (3 ply) . $79 .t
; 5/8"x4'x8' CHRISTIAN
Rough Sawn Pine t Shake

1/2"x4tx81 (4 ply) . . 161. Literature .

518"(4'(8' . 1 1 47 StarKe Only ie !:":4. tio. .' / '" .
ie.iijJt. : ,0 ,\ Freol! 6 Oz. Shake

No. 2 Pine Lumber 1/8" Utility : With Each Steak Sandwich *
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Lengths 8' 10' 12' 14' -49
AC EXTERIOR lb'Damaged 2" ie 'AI

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3/8"x4'x8. . . .13'9 'Jx6 3.19 3.99 4.S9 5.49 6.69. Large Selectionof 5 W.'II Hanlt Road, Starke D/SUBf. 49.41Prate

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1/2' x4'xs.. . . 1 see Panelling

Treated No. 2 Pine Framing Lumbar .

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Lengths S' 10' 12' 14' 16'2x6 Getty58"x4'x8 :10 VLemi te\\\\\e: ttJ
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2x4 1.79 2.89 3.S9 4.49 '0.29 All Merchandise '

Particleboard 591 3.49 4.59 5.19 5.99 1'.69 Carried In Starke totri&5

2x8 4.59 5.59 7.79. S.79 .9.79 Only May BePurchased

1112 No. 3 SHELVING .

paint 8'through or Stain 16' tongtha. Will accept 2x10 5.79 6.79 10.79 12.99 14'.19 At Installed 11$2999 '

2x12 9.79 11.79 15.49 16.59 19.79 *
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Keystone Coast to Coast Service -----
4x4 4.6 6.79 7.99 9.79 10.79 I ,
One Day'Service!! eo Custom Pipe Bending
5O1LF.W 4x6 8.79 10.79 12.79 14.89 16.89

e Complete Foreign & Domestic .

Auto Repairs .


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