Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1982
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Pay PackageIs

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i, M t nyYdM ,. I Given a pay hike which includes The raise is effective with the termination Casey indicated. Refusing to agree to
", ::-' $215 in new money effective Monday of bargaining with the the administration's initial offer of
night, Jan. 18, some Bradford teacher union, the Bradford Edcuca- the $1,100 package cost every teacher
.i teachers are angry because tion Association. Had the teacher about $211.
, : Superintendent Tom Casey and the union agreed to the pay package whenIt The total pay package approved for
School Board did not make the increase was first proposed in the new teachers this year is some $850 including -
M 0 +r t. retroactive to the first of the budget last August teachers would the$215: an in-step increase of
1111I contract year. have received $426 In new money. $220 for continuing contract teachersand

y ., .J'. 1 Supt. Tom Casey's recommendation Teachers stayed after the meetingto retirement and Social Security increases
tji I ,' ... to not make the increase retroac- question the reason for what they totaling some $.100:
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:.4' : tive was given a 5-0 vote of approvalby consider punitive action the refusalof Not paying out the $211 per teacher
.1 the School Board. Negotiationshave retroactivity, but Supt. Casey will make some $44,0uo available for
..-.." been at impasse since Augustover would not elaborate, saying his comments other purposes, such as to bolster the
I' ,. '' -. the salary issue and terminalpay could possibly be construed to very small $34,000 reserve in the $7.6
I.'0' : for unused sick leave. constitute an unfair labor practice. million budget. Casey said :Monday

. : I. :'',, :''": ". I night the funds offered in the $1,100
I JJi': ..,'" i r4 package are still available.

f: RR Crossings Stay OpenIf Teachers filled the meeting room
__ ;. r <, Monday night, concerned mainly
., '. about the issue of retroactivity Their

.... ... ......... union had already conceded to acceptthe
.. : board's $1,100 pay package
Council Has Its
: .. "It was clearly a punitive action,"
; ... :' \/ ,. i said BUS English Teacher Julie
r r r if J.: .;! ", City commissioners won't go along the situation, and have some of the Miller, president of the Bradford
x y :.k with closing Starke railroad crossIngs railroad engineers to draw plans and Education Association following the
but Mayor Vernon Silcox said get an estimated cost, but' he'd heard board's unanimous vote.
r : he d keep an open mind if the railroadwill nothing after that.
: < help the town build an overpass J.T. Carver, DOT district safety officer In explaining the \issues to the
: ". ) for vehicles.Representatives gave the council the number of school board Supt. Casey pointed out
: emergency
I vehicles which pass over each of the the special master called:! in to solve

f {IIL ,'.41. ... .. of the State town's eight crossings in a 24 hour the bargaining impasse, substantiated -
Department of Transportation and period. From the north: East the board figures stating no
Z I Seaboard Coastline Railroad were Brownlee Street ( SR-16)) 5,870 money was available over the board

.... ..... .. .. .. f present at Tuesday night's meeting to vehicles per day; E. Washington offer of $1,10( .
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feel out commission
the on closing
Adkins Street 487
Street, 470; ;
of the crossings with the Jackson Street, 522; Jefferson Street, The special master's report states:
J .la' Fire! ::Raises Havocat Martin Residence. 1.j /!!teveral amount of traffic.&tattWde"'goal .
.! .. 27T; East Call Street (SR-230), 3,900; .Based upon the Board'sresponses
as'A'beautifut '"clear 'when lures and 'sJntlmenlat )' Madison Street SR-100), 6,650, and and the data submitted at
'It* morning Friday a fire family. tfe&urevu, lyifl,r & 1rs! to erect :200 signal .
MI""IMt gtiipfe'fily'< "pulrOrl"'ef Mb.ttEd-oM...43ewtf ..tip ;.I jiiwf"wy ; rawin.g:<7fatew.kI.eJ1.iing QOpercent ."""South. Street. 567; ,. -* :hearing the Special Master is unable
I home of Rev. Ralph' Martin on Blume Road. just off Outside the house lookfO hardly d ,3g.f ThtTfii ml.' federal.:ftundd and --percent state Commissioners"unanimously rejected -*- lo conoh.'iH-.lhat01 of
SR-18 east of Starke. The family's entire. belongingswere ly was reduced to only the c.-lotht'I.OII their back I In 1e+j I fund$! was started in 1973; said Terry the request to close any oTthe re'-vt'nues. and t the allocation( of expenditures -
: destroyed- furniture, valuable papers,clothes, pic. than an hour. i i 0 "|r, Crew, DOT district railroad coor- crossings, citing the need for made by the School Board in
vehicle to the its 1981-82 budget
\ dinator.! Both federal and state funds emergency access are inaccurate or
are drying up, and Crews asked the hospital and convenience to residents. unreasonable."So .

I 3 Local Homes Go Up in Flames council crossings how in it town.felt about closing some said Commissioner lightning often Charles causes Schaefer all the constrained finding to, concur the Special with; the Master School is

The DOT and railroad meet with cross arms in town to lower, or go up
Board that there not availablefunds
and down "hoola, hoola" style, and it are
towns 'to see how they feel. We wantto
with which to salaries and
The cause of three fires that completely destroyed Fire Dept., Lawtey Correctional Institution and be on the same side with you," takes over an hour to get a railroad benefits in excess of pay those proposedby
homes in the Starke area is still under investigation. Kingsley Lake Volunteers. ?" Crews said. employee from Jacksonville to trip the board."
Property.:damage was unavailable at this timet Jim Faircloth, an assistant the switch. At such times the cross
The home of Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Martin on Flume engineer with Seaboard Coastline, ings without bars are needed for access BEA has maintained there is hid
Road was gutted by fire Friday morning, Jan. 15. The home of Robert L. Yeager, 2211 Raiford Rd.. said the railroad wants to close some Schaefer said.Commissioner den money in Sup! Casey's budget,
Located Y\ mile east of Starke off SR-16 the interior of Starke, burned Jan. 9. The fire was reported at 9:47. crossings to save money on Bobby Milner asked that the Legislature meant teachersto
the house was 75% consumed by the time,the fire units p.m. maintenance, plus cutting down the why the asphalt has been taken out of receive $1,500, and that it is being
arrived. Investigation into the cause of the fire at Yeager's possibility of a grade crossing accidents crossings in town. Welded rails will be withheld for costs other than teacher
At first glance the main house looked normal until you home is being conducted by the Bradford Sheriff's Dept put down and the crossings re- salaries.
looked close enough to see the cracks due to the heat. and the State Fire Marshall. ... Throwing out the possibility of the asphalted, said an SCL represen- In a final bargaining session last
Everything was blackened inside from soot. An adjacent overpass, much discussed over the tative. The railroad does not intend to Wednesday night, Jan. 13. :Mrs. :Miller
uitility building and a shed out back appeared to be A home in Lincoln City rented by George Hunslnger years because,, trains block the inconvenience local residents said offered to concede down to the
untouched by the fire. burned down Tuesday afternoon around 5:10.: railroad for 20. minutes or longer at Faircloth, but sometimes can help it. board's offer of $1,100 and
It is believed the fire started from an over heated oil The home was too far gone to be saved when the Brad- times, Mayor Silcox asked Faircloth Only reason trains stop at all in the request for 100 to yield of on
,, furnance.: No one was at home at the time the fire ford Volunteer Unit arrived. what the railroad might do now. Starke any more is for some type sick percent accumulated -
started. 'Rev. Martin had left the house a short time Deputy Greg Nichols said there was no one home at Faircloth said he wasn't in high emergency, such as a "t box: ," the down to the pay upon 50 retirement
before the fire, Mrs. Martin drives a school bus. the time of the fire and there were no reported injuries. enough position to make such a deci SCL representative said. Police Chief negotiator Tom present Forbes would percent if
Owners of the home are Mr. and !Mrs. Henry Browder. sion. Jimmy Bowen said he can't unders- agreeto
make the
Fire Units were directed by BCV Chief Norman Investigation as to the cause of the fire is not completeat Silcox said high SCL officials had tand why the emergencies alwaysseem the beginning package of the school retroactive to
"T Dowdy, Responding was Bradford County VolunteerFRIDAY. this time, according to Nelson Green, BCVD. promised a few years ago to look into to occur in Starke. year

.: r rJ Forbes refused so the teacher
union had an indication of what was
J coming Monday night.

1 Tuxpa'cl's 13crtefit1i
Tht're'as little discussion of the
salary issue by the board members
)' Early i'aj' iiient during the public meeting :Monday
T".i night They had been briefed Supt
v-r Property owners of Bradford and Casey in a closed session prior to (the
Union Counties have already saved public meeting, then went back into
J thousands of dollars by the early pay executive session after the meeting so
ment of ad valorem taxes, taking ad- Casey could explain where the board
_._ I Jan. 22 .+s vantage of discounts available on a stands after its vote.
NO SCHOOLTeacher declining scale until April. :Monday's decision is final. The
Planning Day As of last Friday, Bradford Property school board has the final decision
CHICKEN-RICE LUNCH owners had paid a total under Florida's collective bargaining
;;.; Starke Woman Club $1,255,462 more than half of the total law
:' Public Invited Tickets $2 sL. $2,346,306 to be collected Tax Collector -
Esther Hall reported. The pay increases for teachers
= SATURDAY Jan. n Most of the early payments were amounts to 29 cents per hour. Supt
:: EASTERN STAR CHAPTER 224 made in November to take advantageof Tom Casey said Monday night Thatis
:: '. Covered Dish Supper the maximum four percent discount the same increase received by ad-
:: 7 p.m. in Masonic Hall offered in that month. ministrators and non-instructional
:: All Masons *. families invited ... r The discount rate declined to personnel.
:: 'J' three percent in December two per.
:: ..... MONDAY. Jan. 25 Iv cent in January, and will phase out at Casey pointed out Wednesday morning .
one percent in February. that teachers have gotten 'a
: I : -,.... _- .- .h' ..- .. -.,,- ........".. .. : -,....... ,- -..-. 1 S''Jx044.'Jn Those who pay their full tax bill in $3,302 pay increase over the past two
TUESDAY. Jan. 2$ March are not penalized, but a three years. Last year the raise averaged

::;: BRADFORD BOARD COUNTY MEETING ZONING Getting a Front Yard Dry. Last'I,Week ,Was No Easy 'Task... quent percent taxes penalty hot paid is added in April.for delin- $2,088$1,111 this the year superintendent it would have said.averaged -

: 7:39 p.m.THURSDAY. \ I ...Not for most<< Bradford count id ns, including Roy channel Mater from his family's SR-IS home Into'the Union County residents have also Teachers were given 61 percent of
= ;( Silcox. (above),. who, had to break out a hoe and try lo drainage ditch after the heavy downpour of last Thursday been making early payments, with on- new monies coming into the county
::: Jan. 2J" .. .Ian.__n.po II. Ufl ly $272,293 remaining Monday to be last year and offered 71 percent this
:: MINISTERIALALLIANCE" ; .", 1"\: collected on the total $872.477 levied, year, Casey says.Retroactivity .
:: "' according to Tax Collector Josephine

7 MEETING 11:20 a.m.Western :For 12 Hours the Skies 'Opened Up Addison. was the main issue
:: ,' Steen for the teachers Monday night. In a
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-. statement read
: Program Facts a Trends the 011. J prepared the
= '.w Area of Counseling for : Nearly four inches of rain fell In Bradford County several road washouts and one bridge under water on 1 Insult board's vote, Mrs. Miller said;

: _' Bradford County during a,12 hour period Wednesday night to Thursday, the Peg Johns Road east of Hampton, but no one was ?...1 "...Failure to provide
Dave MCCampbell, Bradford morning, Jan. 13-14. exceeding 'the total received. ,in a. kept from "getting in and out" due to wet conditions, he Two Sections would in be retroactivity denial of
'' essence a
:. County Guidance Center three-month period fast said.
speaker. spring. : SECTION At educators'
*, All Ministers Welcome Average over the area was 3.6 Inches with Starke ,After two bitter, cold waves which sent mercury News . . . Pages 1,1,1: rights.
:: "> STARKE BOARD. reporting 3.83, Santa Fe Fire Tower 3.7, and Camp Blan- 'plunging to a low of 1ft degrees here on Jan. 13. mild Editorial. . . . Page 4A "The impasse procedure is the
= ', OP ADJUSTMENTS ding 3.63.: Four'Inches was recorded at Brooklyn Lake weather returned to the area Tuesday when a high of 78 Society . . . Page SA,6A educator's only legal alternative for
.-:; 1 7 p.m. but had little affect on the water level which is close, to a was reached in the afternoon, and readings in the low Real. Estate . . Pages 13A the resolution of differences encountered
STARKE ZONING BOARD record low. '_ 80's were recorded Wednesday.The Sports . . ,. Pag s13,14A in collective bargaining.To
-= .t 730 p.m.FRIDAY.Jan.lt. The rain was followed by gusty winds Thursday, last freezes from "the Siberian cold wave" were Leg.il. . . . : Page. 13A be effective both parties must feel
I' which ranged up to 30-35 mph.Clay Electric Cooperative recorded here Friday,with a 25 degree low. and Satur- free to utilize this alternative without
..:. t reported considerable damage to lines and TV aerials in day, with 28. A warming trend set In Tuesday., after fear of reprisals..To deny retroactivi-
.CHAMBEROFCOMMERCE the area, but the City of Starke,where an extensive tree- another near freeze of 13 degrees on Monday. SECTION BiCorrespondence. ty. when the dollars have been 'set
BANQUET trimming program has been under way., came through' The four-day forcast is for cloudy and warm from . Page SiB aside and are available constitutes
Social 4:30: p.m.Dinner with no interruptions of service. Friday\ to Sunday,'with chance of showers Friday and'Saturdays Obits. .. . . . ..Page 2.38 punitive reprisal and therefore; has a'
,,30 i p.m:' Leon Ellington, 'county road, foreman, reported Fair and cooler.Is forecast for Sunday. Classifieds. . Page ,98 the effect of denying the eduators free
Brief . . 0 . Page 7B use of their legal rights...".
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,, the booth this Saturday may con-
Chamber Banquet Set Saturday, Jan. 23.
in front of tact at Melrose, phone 4752395.
1 A booth will be placed
.', '1.: For Friday, Jan 29 Eckerd's Drugs in the Bradford It is not known exactly how many
) ,"' Square Shopping Center, according Bradford County servicemen were
.: CoI The annual Starke-Bradford County Bill Boe of Melrose, statewide coor- killed in Vietnam.Volunteers.
-- v iFr'' Chamber of Commerce installation of dinator for the drive to raise money
officers and awards banquet Is for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
i scheduled for Friday night,Jan.29.at It is hoped to raise at least enough NeededAt
the Starke Golf & Country Club, but money to place the names of the
there are just two days left to make Bradford County men killed in Vietnam Sunshine Acres

reservations. Boe says. Sunshine Acres needs volunteers to
,1. Reservations may be made throughthe is It
The goal for Saturday $1,000.
work with the mentally retarded in a
Chamber office, phone 964-5278, will cost $20 to have a veteran's name horticulture
no later than tomorrow (Friday, Jan. placed on the memorial to be erected variety of areas- ,carpentry
? 22). Guests will be billed in Februaryfor in Washington, D.C. arts & crafts office and skills recreation.
Persons with can help,
i a the reservations they make. The memorial will cost $7.5 to $8
social hour will begin at 6:30p: .m. million. It will be built with private too."If
skill time
have a or to
Dinner will be served at 7:30: p.m. funds. Groundbreaking is to be in you
The menu will be chicken kiev, baked February. Dedication is set for devote to a truly "rewarding experience -
potato, green beans and salad. The Veterans Day 1982. we need you, says Director
charge Is $8.50 per person. / Bob Larimer. Phone 964-7699 for more
This year there will be no outside Anyone interested in helping Boe information.r' .
speaker, according to Chamber
Presbyterians Dedicate New Sunday School... manager Bill Wilson.
Two outstanding citizens and an
Gathering Sunday morning to dedicate their new Sunday But the canister of the gas from Alachua General outstanding youth will be honored a Opening February 1stBRADFORD
School building, the members and friends of the Hospital was empty and only two balloons took off into the banquet, and one special one-time
I First Presbyterian Church Intended to culminate their the clear morning sky. However, everything else went award will be given.Concerned .
ceremony by lotting helium-filled balloons to the sky. like clockwork.More church members than expected at-
tended the dedication.

I I Presbyterians Dedicate, Education Building Meet MondayThe CitizensTo

Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County,Inc. will meet Monday, Jan
Asking the Lord to bless and guide Rev. McLeod is hopeful the new, present location in 1978 in an expan- 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the RJE cafeteria.All .
their use, members of the historical gayly decorated rooms, which will sion of the sanctuary and educational members and friends of the
First Presbyterian Church of Starke provide privacy for the Sunday building. organization are .encouraged to at-
dedicated their new $112,500 Educa- School, will increase attendance. The Members of the Building Committee tend. 964-8807 1>S. :301 North 2411 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Florida
tion Building in ceremonies Sunday Sunday School has been meeting in are Guy Andrews, chairman; OPEN: 7'O:! 5M:( ) p m. :Monday thru Saturday
morning, Jan. 17. closets and in Rev. McLeod's office. George Copeland, vice-chairman;
Lillian Stump, Bob Paterson, and Vietnam Monument Needs
For All Your Rental
The new 10-rooms( contain Sunday Best of all, the new building is paid David Montgomery. Drive is SaturdayA
School rooms for kindergarten for with several thousand dollars left Church school is from 9:30-10:30:
through young adult level and new offices over, church members say. a.m. Coffee is served in the fund drive to help raise money to
for the church secretary and The third in the complex, the new Fellowship Hall at 10:30: a.m. The erect a monument to the 57,000 servicemen Contracting Equip. -
minister, the Rev. Cliff McLeod, anda building is located adjacent to the Worship Service begins at 11 a.m. killed in Vietnam is set here Weddings ;

resource room. Contractor was present Fellowship Hall and both are .
Steve Hayes. A corridor runs the slightly behind the church. .., '" Parties I
length of the center of the building, Made possible by having an active Convalescent
which includes proper restroom building: fund for several years, the '
facilties for children and adults,sinks building dollars were raised through PUBLIC NOTICEThe Household .-
and closet in of the wills memorials
space many rooms personal property,
and chalk/tack boards. and regular tithing, says Rev. y
McLeod. 1 "
The youth's Sunday School room City of Starke Community
has one lavender wall, one green, one The historical First Presbyterian Development Block Grant Programwill
yellow blue, and the youth plan to Church, built in 1886, is now located at Mowers I -. {
paint a rainbow. The adult Sunday the intersection of East Call Street hold a performance hearing pur- Tillers fa r
School room is painted yellow, three (SR-230) and Bessent Road in Starke, suant to Department of Housing and
walls light yellow and one a con- across the street from Bradford Coun- Tables
trasting golden yellow, and another ty Hospital. The church was moved ." .,,, Urban Development regulation (OWlwd) & Operated
has a contrasting bring blue wall.Reapportionment. from Cherry Street in Starke to its I':< CFR570 431B7 on Friday January 22, Chairs m By S,A. Tos\nsend
;" 1982, at 10:(00( a.m., at the City Hall The I

purpose of this performance hearing is Businesses e

Hottest Topic to close out the 1980 fiscal year pro- ,

I gram. The public is invited to attend ""( ""

and comment.

For Legislators Williams Says '


"Where are the lines gonna be No grounds well to increase the tax
drawn?" is the main question being hit him on opening day, says Rep.
asked when legislators meet each Williams. "Time will tell. It's too ear-
other in the first week of the 60-day

session, says Rep. Frank Williams, ly."A lot can happen in the next 58 .
D-Crystal Lake.Reapportionment. days," Williams said Tuesday. + 1 I,

is on everybody'smind
said the Bradford-Clay Williams Amendment
legislator Tuesday, Jan. 19 in a Would Close
telephone conversation from LoopholesRep.
Tallahassee. That'll have to be Williams said he introducedan
cleared away before the Legislaturecan amendment Tuesday afternoon to
get down to other business, the close all loopholes on the present DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
Bradford-Clay lawmaker says. sales tax, except on food and
"We'll have to take care of that. medicine. That would net the state a
Everybody's preoccuppied with it." cool $1 billion in new revenue, he (

Williams said he battled all day says. :: ? Inventory Clearance SaleLarge
Tuesday with reapportionment. The There are 87 different sales tax exemptions -

Clay County commission presented a such as on newspaper .
plan to the Select Committee on Reap- advertising which would raise $5.7
portionment to keep all of Clay Coun- million, and on attorney fees which --r : Selection of
ty plus 14,993 Bradford residents in would bring in an estimated $56 PORCH ROCKERS
one district. What concerned Rep. million, Williams points out. L.. ,1 Ornate Gold Framed Mirrors Slat Seat and Back or Cane Seat and Back
Williams was that the Clay delegationtold c
the select committee that Rep. Governor Asks : $ G Cl 9 5 SO 495 /
Williams had okayed the plan. War on CrimeIn Sale Priced From Prices start at
No such thing, Williams said Tues .v.' .
day, adding he's going to let the Clay contrast to their indifference on IS( -
increasing the sales tax in an election
Commissioners know about it.
_, What Not
"That's not gonna go," says Rep. year, Rep. Williams says there seemsto ) l LAZBOYReclina Shelves
Williams of the be more interest on Gov. Graham's
Clay County plan. '.
stand on tougher law enforcement Rockers Sale Priced From : "
Talk now is of a plan that would Gov. Graham asked lawmakers to
keep Clay County whole and to give adopt a law denying probation or a '
Bradford County two representatives, suspended sentence to defendants \ :6 From $21900 $4995
Williams said, which would place the convicted of crimes against the elder
inmates in Florida State Prison plus ly or handicapped. '
some residents in the surrounding Gov. Graham also recommended Large'Selection of
area, in a district with Union,Nassau, laws to: Bassett
and part of Duval. "Allow judges to deny bail to Glamourpedic Bedding Gun Cabinets

Rather than losing 14,000 residents, criminals who pose a danger. to the Sale.Priced Beginning at
Bradford would lose only 6,000 under community.Make 6 aio Gun Sizes$16990per
that plan, most of them prison Inmates it tougher to exclude
Williams points out. evidence in a criminal trial on purely
technical grounds. Set (Twin Set $21Q95Two
However, these are early negotia- Allow ) Starting at
police more freedom in use
tions on reapportionment. By next of electronic bugging
week things might be entirely different Create an "immunity equipment.statute" for OnlySTORAGE

Williams says. law enforcement that would allow
Possibility of a senator serving a "more effective investigations and 1 CHESTS
district which never voted for him, is prosecutions within the protection of Twin, Double and Queen .

a matter that really concerns Rep. rights guaranteed by the U.S. Con- Traditional, Contemporary or Early American., $ 9 5
Williams about reapportionment at stitution."In $<<' 4 4
this point. For instance, there is talk each of these areas, Florida law 5 .
now about a Senate district composedof is now more permissive than the U.S. '
all of Clay and the western part of Constitution as interpreted by theU.S. ? Traditional(Sofa with Matching Chair One Only
Duval County Dist. 7 Sen. Dan
Jenkins, D-Duval,from that area was claimed.. Supreme"How Court would;you the answer governor the :l ; : ,-NyJODFJockVelYeiPrinfCover 5 Piece Livinqroom Group

elected two years ago and still has question? Why did you allow this advantage j'.t"i c,* \JRv, rsibl*Seat and Back Cushions, Ox Blood,Vinyl Sofa with 2
two years to go on his term.It to the criminal to continue in matching Chairs
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is the opinion of Rep. Williamsand Florida! ?" .9GNOW.r $54995
most House members, Williams t YtWaa .r
Supports ERA ,',,t:
says,that all senators should run next Only 44995
year. Gov. Graham asked the legislatorsto
"Why should Clay have a senator join the other 35 states that have !
the1never voted for?" asks Williams."It ratified the Equal Rights Amendment 'S.u : Odd Chests of Drawers '
tothe U.S. Constitution before this DESKS
happening a lot" in the plans
that s are being run back and forth, he year's deadline kills the ERA for Unfinished, Maple White; Pecan, Oak Varipus Sizes .: Student Desks. Pedestal Desks, Roll Top peaks,

adds. years With to a come.majority of the anti-ERA 7 ii:: ,.... ..." .'0' v ,ssssilss, s.asissaa.real f Largo: Variety of Sizes, Styles and Finishes
Nobody Thrilled sentiment reigning in the Senate, it Is 7 : Four Only g gI
unlikely the issue will even be broughtup
With Graham's Speech"I for discussion. _, Early American Livinorm Suites One of a Kind

wasn't really turned on. Nobody Main thrust of the Governor's ad-, I tBluePJaJdl' f Rurt plaid' } Tweed |j Table
in the House was," says Rep. dress was in support of the half-cent t CoB Spring Base/Reversible Seat CuahloM. Lamps sArmpvvrera.Ny Occasional Tables
Williams of Gov. Bob Graham's open- sales tax hike that could be levied o Covers
ing day address Monday. county-by-county to meet the funding f ::t" And Chairs
It was the first State-of-the-State needs of local government. Graham
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address that nobody applauded, would have the counties use the funds L: 1.s.ttiiCtasit 0st99 PRICED
Williams points out. The tone was to fight crime and to relieve local pro- : ; OUT
perty taxes. -
tough and business-like. Gov.
Graham got in and got out. Gov. Graham says he expects state
Gov. Graham recommended a half- agencies to. operate on funding '
cent local option sales tax which sources already available. No tax Increase i o ENMA FURNITURE
would raise $264,000 in Bradford is needed for state operations,
County, based on sales tax collections he said, although state agencies will 434 w Call' St! $t.lrll.e. Fla
from the county in 1981. have to establish priorities on which
Moat legislators prefer a whole pen- programs to fund.
ny increase,.Williams says. "What're Most comments from legislators on ,' 964.5826 964.5827
they gonna do? Have a pair of the half-cent sales tax increase were Esl.ibllsned in 1923t
scissors to cut a'penny in half?" negative.


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Starke City Council

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lawyer Terry Brown was Terry Brown has indicated he is
t .aln'r named city attorney in a unanimousote considering a move back to Starke
of Starke city commissioners "which is still my home."

fuesday night..Jan. 19. Three candidates put their hats in I i iH1tS's
'1i. 4rw Ss Brown currently works in Tampa the ring for the city attorney's job:
with the second largest law firm in Brown Wolbert, and local lawyer .
Florida. Moving back to Starke was Richard Welty. Wolbert does work for Vickie Carver Receives
,lot a condition on hiring the young the city in collective bargaining and Is
awyer who graduated from Bradford attorney for the town of Brooker. Wel- DAR Good Citizenship Award...
High, was sports editor for the ty is attorney for the Bradford school
. r Telegraph while in high school, was board, the town of Lawtey, and the Bradford High School senior Vickie Carver center received pin and certificate .
president of the University of Florida Bradford County Hospital. Tuesday commemorating her selection by Jacksonville's Jean
'' student body and graduated from the The position became vacant when Kibault Chapter of DAR Daughters of American He-volution) as the area
_. ean',.' _.I..._ waiwaaa' UP law school with honors.A long-time city attorney George Pierce high school student best displaying the qualities of good citl7l'lI!>hip.
Irene Faulkner receives plaque... motion to name Brown city attorney was appointed Bradford County Mrs. H.W. Fredenberger. Chairman of the D.VII Good Citizens Committee.Is .
was made by Commissioner judge. the woman at left placing the DAR pin on Vickie with BUS principal Jim
Irene Faulkner left was presented with a plaque by Dan Jones represen- Jimmy Crosby in a lengthy speech extolling -. Pierce earned a retainer of $400 as Duncan at left.
tlve of ERA at an open house hosted by Faulkner Realty. The plaque Brown accomplishments and city attorney that having been doubled The four qualities the DAR looks for in a "good citizen" are expandability
represents Mrs.Faulkner' one million dollars worth of sales since going with capabilities. Commissioner Bobby recently when the city council service leadership, and patriotism Mrs. Kredrnberger explained."' Vickle'n
ERA one year ago.Faulkner. Muner seconded, also a lengthy voted to double its salary from $200 to. essay part of the criteria for going on to DAR state compl'titioll.as on 'Our
speech.Commissioner. $400 American Heritage, And Our Responsibility for Preserving! It.'
Charles Schaefer objected ,
to Crosby's motion saying the mArts
council should have made nominations Series Continues with Alice lludson Concert Sunday H
Realty Notes 1 Year ,not a motion that prevented him

from putting a name on the floor. The 1981-82 Faith-in-the-Arts Mehta and Peter Nero at the For any further inloimatmt
With Electronic Realty Assoc.Faulkner Crosby quickly agreed to allow series is presenting a special concertby Academy of Music Kredric Mann please call 9646864.Card .
Schaefer nomination as an Alice Anderson Hudson on Sunday Center, and Carnegie ball:

Realty hosteu-n open house at its US-301 office to celebrate their ment Schaefer to his moved motion.for local attorney Ian. 31, at 7:30: p.m. Serving as a soloist at the St.
one year association with ERA Tuesday January 12. Jess Wolbert and commissioner This is a free concert with nursery Thomas P,E. Church she decided on of ThanksThe
In conjunction with the open house ERA held a career night which gave interested amend available. This special series of concerts pursuing a goal singing Opera nd
Travis Wood seconded. The .
is sponsored by First United family of t the late JameLarramore '
persons insight into Real Estate as a profession. Dan Jones gave an Oratorio music
ment failed 3-2 and Wolbert was re Methodist<'hurchThtconcert will beheld wishes to thank (Ih"11
hour lecture on what makes the Real Estate industry function.
jected with Silcox Milner and Crosby In the Since to Starke friends and relative lor (their kind'
Directly after the lecture a drawing was held with one of the persons atten- sanctuary across trom the moving where
ding receiving a free schlorship to a sponsored ERA Real Estsate School. Dot voting no.Crosby's. Post Office at Walnut and Jetterson. she and her husband own and operatea pressions of sympathy' and ll,u. ..'. ,
Leach was the winner and will attend the Associates school later in the year. original motion for Brown Mrs. Hudson decided on a serious grocery business Mrs. Hudson has during our bereavement .
Irene Faulkner received a plaque which represented her one million dollars was then voted on, and all five com- study of voice with Tilly Barmach at appeared with the Opera Company of Special thanks to Doj Ic and Hi"+,
worth of sales since she began with ERA last year. missioners voted for Brown Millard the son the Settlement School of Music. As a Jacksonville in their production of da Thomas, Hev Edgar \Vilkm,
of vo-tcch administrator member of the Sinking City Choir Puccini's La Boheme. (Rev Roman Alvarez and UeUili I
Brown. Elaine Brown director Mrs: Hudson She is presently sutdying with Jones Funeral I Home
ri aau has sung with Eugene Ormandy and Valerie Kennedy of Jacksonville Ygnes/ l.ail.uiKiir &
Arrests MadeIn the Philadelphia Orchestra, Zubin Mrs Hudson is currently teaching 1.111.1 mine 1-1111I11:
Feed Store Robbery voice and violin in Starke.'

Lunch Menus
Patrolman Willie Searcy stoppedtwo
men carrying supplies down the Bradford County Middle SchoolVo.
street, Jan. 20. Further investigation Tech. Center 1 1
revealed the supplies had been taken and all elementary schools
et C from Johnson's Feed Store 405 E, Monday.Jan Hamburger on a bun, lettuce
Brownlee Rd., Starke. and tomato French fries.applesauce, milk.
Tuesday Jan 21 Beans and weiners cabbage
Anthony DeWayne French, 19, 1001 ilaw, fruit cup, cookie, Incurs,milk 1 r? oar
I North St., and five juveniles were ar Wednesday Jan 27 Chili, crackers garden .%
rested charged with burglarygrandtheft. salad, "peaches, cinnamon roll milk. 1 w
Thunday..Hamburger! gravy,mashed /
\ potatoes, turnip greens chocolate cake cornbread _
Three of the juveniles were sent to ,milk
Gainesville Juvenile Detention Friday Jan. 29 Fish portions cheese grits,
Center and the other two were released green beans purple plums Biscuits' milk.
In the custody of their parents according Bradford County High School
4 to Patrolmen Eston Mosher Monday Jan. u-Fish on a bun cheese grits
and Wilkinson. green bean, "peaches, cookie, milk REASON #5: If the IRS audits your return,
Searcy Chili. salad,
Tursday. Jan 26 crackers applesauce
,cinnamon roll,milk H&R Block goes with you at no extra cost.
Cow Causes Wednesday Jan.27 .Salisbury steak, mashed .
potatoes and gravy., turnip greens, fruit Jells, An IRS audit can oe an anxious, me for any lax
Accident SR-100 s i heat rolls milkThunday. payer But ,it t you re audited Block w>11 go with you
>f' Jan 28 Beef.a.ronl, cheese six,
at extra Not '
no cost as a legal representative' out to
Max Edward Rose Jr., 27, ofSt. cabbage slaw fruit cup hot rolls milk.
'. .' explain how return was We re ni-
I-rid > Jan. :2*'Hamburger on bun lettuce your .prepared "
Augustine was' traveling': asr( on;; tomatoe and pickle,'French fries, chocolate cake ways ready to stand.behind you year-round
SR-100 Jan.11 whe his heights ilH&luithq .ja lJ"ltk'; ,&. .J"'; "" NtJi.'" ... J .
1 ted cow.'pn' the roadway. .. _.1"' \"' II""HI\:' HI''" \ .,
10-4 Rose was unable toswwvetcrmfSs the1(f Mundav Jan. >s, Pizza hamburgers French H&R BLOCK'
cow because of the trailer he was tow, rid:milkshakes
ing The '77 International Scout I Tuesday Jan. 2* Cheeseburgers, pizza THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE

Dot Leach Wins Scholarship... struck the cow, disabling the towing French Wednesday.fries, milkshakes Jan; Z1 Pirza mllkshakn 17 reasons. One smart decision.
vehicle. I French fries, hamburger
Susan Faulkner left, presents Dot Leach right with a scholarship! certificate Thursday Jan. 28-French fries milkshakes
at the career night which followed the Faulkner Realty open house ..r pizza. cheeseburgers. 964 N. Temple 964-8286
Mrs. Leach will use the scholarship to attend the Real Estate school spon- Friday Jan. 2* Hamburgers pizza. French
sored by ERA to become a licensed Real Estate Associate I fries, milkshakes -
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.t I :..Y.l'r.IE1TOR1ALS: t ""'i II [ How Much i WBl Do' You' Know About li l-I

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."' ':;,' '. Starke and Bradford County
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Did you know that .,

Ad Valorem Tax System t.xq
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'Bradford County and the rest of Gathering Oranges -
Florida, were totally submerged .
under the sea In prehistoric times, i
The property appraiser of High on his list is speculative development, to and will be again-thousands of years Before the 'Big ...

St. Johns County, Harold modification of the Truth in take advantage of Greenbelttax from now- if geologists are right f'reeze't :

Wayne, has pointed up an Millage (TRIM) law which in- breaks, originally intended The second highest area in
for agricultural operators
obivious fact one which the state's homestead .
creases Florida is Trail Ridge, running north '
almost everyone recognizedand exemption from $5,000 to actually engaged in the production and south, east of Starke, and if the :

realizes something must $25,000, resulting in the total of food and fiber. polar ice caps! ever melt again it'will I '!;

be done about. The fact is that exemption of a substantial Be the only dry spot in this area. 5

Florida's ad valorem tax percentage of homes in every Changes need to be madeto The largest orange tree In
of the burden of .
system is in serious trouble county from paying any ad put more Florida grew at Fort Harllee on the 1I
because of increases in valorem tax whatsoever. In proof on the developer to Santa Fe River southwest of Starke : *

homestead exemption and Bradford this totally exempt Justify his agricultural use and Is said to have 10,000 oranges In a a
and that of the land. In several court season. r :z
other loopholes status now includes over one- '::
have crept into the systemover third of homes on the tax roll. cases of recent years, property their- The "Big Freeze" of 1895 killed 3j

the years. To remedy this situation, it appraisers have lost the Orange Groves in this area and
has been suggested that the appeals to the court because started the citrus industry on its move
lands Central and South Florida. :5
These adverse factors each classification of such to ,
first $1,000 or more on appraisal -
have steadily narrowed the ad be subject to tax, in was left largely as a descre- -Harmon Murray, a notorious

valorem tax base, meaningthat order that every property tionary matter for the court to desperado killed a Bradford County 3J

fewer and fewer property owner will be paying some decide. The rules need to be sheriff in the early 1890's, and terrorized -
having to carry the tightened.An this area of Florida from
owners are small tax for the services he _
Gainesville to Fernandina.
load, and their burden is receives and expects from his .-
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becoming heavier and heavier city and county. However, outspoken critic of the Kingsley Lake boasted three NVle *iw>lid

because of increasing property such a change would require a TRIM law, Wayne said the tax postoffices in 1889. Kingsley on the ;' t x

assessments: forced upon constitutional amendment, relief promised by the in- north side, Lakeview on the .south. Via r e -
side and Ionia on the west:.
by the in homestead exemp- ,
the county appraisers and very few property owners crease -
State Department of Revenue. now totally: exempt, wouldlikely tion "can hardly be noticed -Starke and Lake Butler fought 46'

be willing to vote a tax, because the Department of years over,which town'should be the' .
"The ad valorem tax however small, back on Revenue has forced higher county seat of Bradford County.and; by Ridge wind sands and thousands wave action of when years that ago up in the skies about every 75 years.

system is sick, sick, sick so themselves. and higher property finally ,settled_theargument'by-; .-. ,area was a beach. -The building at Call and Walnut
sick it will soon die if it does assessments by threatening to dividing-:the, countyat";* tl''l"New!Riverain';:: ; Streets, now occupied by Stan's .
not receive prompt withhold tax-roll approval 1921. \ ; 1't t?; ;iTThe tall palm trees in front of the Bootery was rented for use as a cour-
Appraiser Wayne also 't::I'bld! '"courthouse are used by some thouse when the county seat was first
That is the warn- unless assessments property -Seven Sheriffs of BrattfonfCo&H' .
treatment. recommended the ending of : ?H. nhermen as weather vanes to deter- moved to Starke from Lake Butler
are increased to the levels ty were killed ith?the ?bOOta: on'
ing that Appraiser Wayne breaks mine which way the wind is blowing over a hundred years ago
tax .
"unwarranted while serving; lnofflce"dduringhe'rough :
recently gave the St. Johns of current inflated selling shotgunrule.., before. they start out on a fishing trip.
Greenbelt law and ready days of
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the ,
under .
Remains were found of an old
Commission asking '
County prices.In ., -- ;4 '
board to endorse and which gives favorable tax ., -Bradford'CountVas) named tots 1... rJ 1alley's'comet created'conster- cemetery when excavations were being -
treatment to agriculturallands. nation in Bradford County In the early made for the "new
Richard' Bradford, the first
to the Florida the meanwhile, county Capt. Tempe
part of the century,and will be visible school" buidlmg on North
Florida officer killed in the Civil War.
Legislature five remedies that commissions are between a again a few years from now. It shows Ave., about 1913.
would correct rock and hard place due to
believes a
Wayne contends and it is Executions by hanging were heldon
some of the most serious Wayne this loss of revenue, and the the old courthouse grounds in days
defects he sees now threaten- generally agreed, that many and ten mill cap that prevents before the scaffold was succeeded By Proposed Zoning Change Kingsley

ing the system. land speculators them from raising taxes for the electric chair, I

developers are leasing so-called lands, needed services. The sugges- Fires have played a big part in Would Permit Doublewides in Small Area
nominal rents
Most of the remedies sug- at tions of the St; Johns ap- the history of Starke. One in the 1880's

gested by the St. Johns appraiser agricultural uses, which are praiser may offer some hope burned an entire block including a Public hearing en a proposal to The present zoning, RB, requires a
have merit and not bona fide farming opera- for increasing revenues to three-story brick building, which was "administratively rezone" an area on residence ot 1,000 square feet and a lot

deserve the attention of Coun- tions. Such abuses of the law meet these needs. They shouldbe the pride of the town. the west side of KIngsley Lake from RB size' of at least 15,000 square feet,
developers, (Single Family Residential) to RMH without water and sewer. With septic
Commissioners and State the that
ty allow some given study they
SLarke Home Guard and Na- (Single Family Residential 'Mobile tank installation' and central water
Legislators. holding land for future deserve. tional Guard units have fought in Home District) will be held by the Clay system, a minimum lot size ot 10,000
eight wars and helped suppress riots County Zoning and Planning Commission square feet'ls required With approved
in several Florida cities. The Starke Thursday night, Jan. 28; In the central water and' central sewer
Idea'Or .. unit wsa the first in the ,state to
Incrediblylad 1- "
at Green Cove 1il1Jil\1lqtl\'
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courthouse Sfprgf-, n fdtltp1Requirmtenta
volunteer far service, in the S nlsh- s.

I J1'Good.O"e' i: Amertcai. ,'. Mayb& (he Kingsley Lake item is eighth on an

was famous as "Boom It-item agenda.Oppments'd. zoning are the same as lot RB zoning,
Town USA" during the hectic days of as to lot size and facilities.

Camp Blanding when 100,000 industry the proposed rezoningare
The people who pay for ding to formula based on the experienced under the trainees were stationed here. circulating: petitions against the

county government should set cost of living and population of automatic state raises. change, which they say have been sign-
seemed to be ed by about 90 percent of the concerned FORESTRY
the salary of local officials, the The Most officials are Everyone getting .
county. legislaturecan county
rich in the land boom days of 1926 PJ'opft'ty'owners.
should not?
they know nothing of whetheror keenly aware of their respon-
bot the boom finally burst in 1929 and COUNTY
Well, it hasn't worked that not a particular official sibility to the taxpayers who touched off the Great Depression of The area proposed for rezoning lies IN IRADFOR&, ,

way for the past 10 or 12 years, does a good job. vote them into and out of of- the 1930's, which brought hard times between Fire Lane 5 on the south and '

ever since county officials Plus, the officials departmental fice. It is reasonable to sun- to all. Fire Lane 6 on the north. On the west By Dave Norton
convinced the Florida bet- side the boundary line is set back 175 to County Forester!!
their budgets are also approved pose that they might use The Du Pont Company is mining 200 feet from SR230, with the eastern ,I
to set
Legislature by the state Depart- ter judgment than the State if ilmanite, a black mineral, east of boundary formed by' Seminole and ==
salaries. This way, county officials ment of Revenue. If the Coun- they had the responsibility of Starke which was deposited in Trail Myrtle Streets; as platted. 1i j Tlfe -- .. It, .dli
get their salary in- ty Commission thinks a asking for their own raises no''" .?'>l".Dr""" i -1';

creased every year with no budget too high, the officialcan l rather than have them handedout # .:,;, Calling,,last year's,1readsdling:4fires !
aijiear disaster!Florida Ccmmancnsioner.
fuss, like clockwork, and can appeal to the state and to them by some com- ;of,'AgricultureOa'les'tbnnab O
lay the blame on the chance of winn- formula that does .
a good puterized +; !'i : : urecomnKHided.f loday,7aY le&lslativieiiHIB '
legislature. ing over the county. not take into considerationlocal County Agents ey .1:1.1 ; package to the 1982st'fISI0l1 substantial

That's not us, that's the Yet, the County Commissionis criteria, such as the ur09lete..k ,cjly l strengthening statei.and I UoeaJ-tire
legislature, is the way local of- t fli Ib or organizations; allfuratareaaiifW nnA
responsible for raising availability of funds and the BObbyTaylor $ '
ficials explain away raises of money to operate the county. quality of service being provided 1: '' 'fev'( illl t.Jt.ai l'p' jbs' lt'iklffilt'1Uhomes !
over $2,000 per year. Pay Yes, the county does get by the official. It is very ; '' 'prq' li : '
environment bqng,, damaged
raises for county officials federal and state funds, but doubtful, if the self-raise plan 4 ., -.... ,and tyecki: 'shed img'tjigck': ,3 ttern

ranged from 7.6 percent to 15.1 the bulk of financing county had been in effect during the firek'hgi; ,'hrsUiaidabgujLfeJ"What : { )' -R Fgiow

percent this past legislative government is still left to the past decade that the salariesof Field activity was slow 1ast'- vegetables you will need for fresh use, blemirin:"r 's aid( .llru1f/! rtlrll

session. local taxpayers.This county officials would be as because of record-breaking cold'and canning, freezing or sold. Next, draw a is needednpwishearIggigla1 1 '\ riI4,;
Salary of the county clerk, is why county commis- high as they are today. heavy rains. Lofts like we tOtP have have'had garden design showing the location dad to provide funds to update !the Tire control :-
more'water thaqire
on the-ground
and ) row cf vegetables and the ar.rangemt'llt. 01'the
property appraiser, equipment Depirtfncnr'ofAgriculture's ,
sioners say they are losing But the proposed constitu- for several months,I've sea waterstanding 'of each in the plan. It is Division of ForestryBndto ;
sheriff went up $2,092 this control of the county, that tional amendment would like- in places that have beat dry., usually best to have a north-south row help train and equipthe1! !estimated I."

year, from $27,479 to $29,571, a they're told how much and left ly stand little chance of approval and some of our cypress. ponds"' are being orientation with tall growing vegetableson 500 local fire departments t protect'

7.6 percent increase. to raise the money. even if placed on the filled again. the west side of the garden., communities of 10,000 persons or, I less" I
elections increase supervisor from gota The birth of an attempt to ballot. It would perhaps be Water Ii staying around'',longer: Then choose a good location for the John Bethea, Director of the Division

12 percent return some of this control to misinterpreted by the votersas because of cold, cloudy! conditions and garden. Select a lot of good well- of Forestry, said that 14,465 fires oc- I
$21,046 to $23,566, or up $2,520. the counties was made last an open door for runaway our plants are not using much water drained soil near a water supply if 'cured in forests and wildlands during. I
The tax collector was givena week when the Community Affairs salaries, and would likely be because most plants andgrasset" art in passible.: It should also be close to"the 1981; burning 565,668 acres. I

7.7 percent or $1,789 in- Committee of the Houseof opposed by officials a dormant condition.'Trw":: amount of home,,!Dr -convenience in care and "In numbers, acreage, danger and
crease, from $23,123 to $24,912. water we have now would not last very harvesting. Select a site way from tall inconvenience to the people,'the fires
its who .
themselves cannot .
Representatives now
The superintendent of gave long in the spring because as plants Buildings and trees. were far and away the worst we have
approval to, a proposed con- be held responsible for their grow; they need a lot of water. ever recorded,".Bethea said.
schools got a 15.1 percent or stitutional amendment allow- automatic raises.In Next, get a soil test to determine pH "It was common for all available

$4,297 increase, up from ing county officials to set their, many ways, the once This Is'why we can go from a wet levels and lime or dolomite needs. Thisis forces to be totally committed, and for
$28,381 to $32,678. $2.000 of that own salaries subject, we highly-touted "home rule" winter to a dry spring especially especially important If the soil has other fires to burn unchecked because
increase was given because of May and early June. This happened never been tested;or if no test has been crews: were' not available to put on
his certification.The presume, to the usual public which was supposed to work to last year and reduced yields. on many. made in the last 3'or 4 years. (Call or them" he said.
before the CountyCommission the benefit of the counties has of our crops.
hearings come by your County'Agents office Bethea said tht approximately 18
county judge's
at budget time. not done so. With more and, (904) 964-6280, ext 209;for a soil testing months subnormal rainfall, running
went up $4,453 or 10 percent, The taxpayer's initial reac- more programs being man- The freezing conditions last week did kit). Lime needs should be satisfied. as to more than 20 inches deficit in many
from $44,547 to $49,000. not hurt oar strawberries !except that far ahead of planting as possible sections, contributed to the bad fire
School board members tion might be like that of one dated by the Legislature, in- growth was slowed and some early .. ,
got daily'newspaper which called cluding the salaries of county bloom was killed."However,'many d Start soil at least year"We' look
8 increase from preparing your 3 to for continued draught into
an percent ,
the proposed amendment "an officials, the counties have our 'grema t mllardS/,mustards'' and( 4 weeks prior to planting. The better 1982 and expect another bard year, particularly
$8,276 to $8,937, or $661. bad idea." On less and less in turnips) were hurt severely: Son seed
incredibly second say-so govern- ,you prepare your bed !the bEtter' in February and Mardi when

County commissioners gota thought, however, it ment, and their "home rule"is Fields plants will were nd'have killed a outright good yield, and' most' germination" and growth of. your., plants the fire season. normally. peaks," he
10.3 percent or $929 in- .. wilt be. said.
might have the result of keeping reduced to scrounging for .- ', .. -
crease, from $9,058 to $9,987. were "However, more rain won't solve the
to for slowed
state- Winter but
money pay This same planning and basic fire
These officials get raises salaries at a more prepration problem for the underlying
with warmer temperatures sunshine -
mandated and
services pro- is necessary for commercial vegetableand cause is the Increase
population of the
uniformly every year, accor- reasonable level than is now ;growth will resume and grazingcan Held
grams. crop-production. Make plans state. More particularly new people
continue lit a couple of weeks! or saIt
now, and Initiate'
your production program are continuing to build homes In' the
on a schedule if weather permits.! country, where Ills difficult w Impossi
tell If
is too early to any damagewas ,bte to provide

The Florida. BRADFORD CO/ fruif done trees to and our'dormant ornamentals plants'In"like mat our ,tion.This is a problem urban-type tht must fire'pruteC be faced

cases, we can't detect cold damag"(11these "All doors are open to i now. before Florida. starts'experiencing
plants until growth resumes In the courtesy" -Thomas Fuller large l losses of private homes and.
Businesses from forest
@ iiiligrapiiIHESS spring.

t This is a good time to finalize plans
for spring planting 'of crops and
gardens.Successful gardens and crops
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER are'not accidental. They are the result -
Publishers of planning; constant car and attention 1
and a desire to make plants grow. l
; Published each: Thursday and ntrd ot Second Clot Matter at the Pod Offk at Stark. Fla. under Act ot March 3. 1879 and produce., "

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ate .. In 'making your garden plans, consider
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January 21, I9H2 TELEGRAPH Page 5.1 .\

o Oce. Miss Jean Mundy. Honored at"''Coffee' Before Departure 1

1 The Social Side -

Miss Jean Mundy was entertained\ lovely white pompoms and red velvet dolph Boreeand Mrs. Mannie Mae Ben- Ocala.Miss
at a Coffee" Tuesday;Jan. 12, at the bows' decorated each table. Mrs. nett Jacksonville, Mrs. Dick Busch ofPalatka Mundy spent the past wedtend
I i\ Gladys Mooty Of The beaubful home of Mrs: C.H. Nasworthyon Charley Johns presided at the colfee Mrs. Harold C. Wall and Mrs. in Tallahassee with Dr. Francis Canon
I E. Call St between the hours oliO:30 service and Mrs. Paul Bridges poured Neta Granger of St Augustine; Mrs. and Ms. Betty Palmer who entertained
I Society Editor and. 12 nears Russian tea.Others Jim Deaver of Gainesville Mrs. Mar- with a tea Sunday afternoon at their
I Miss' Mundy spent the previous assisting were Mrs. L.M. cus Howard of Lake Butler Mrs. Edna home honoring Miss Mundy.
J three weeks with her mother Mrs. W.B. Norman, Mrs. William Carter, Mrs. Hurt and Mrs. Bobbie Frambough of
i 964.7608 News Mundy before returning to Caritas, CA Vernon Reddish, all 'of Starke Mrs.
O OsVjcy > the following day where she teaches at Dick Busch' PalaUca, Mrs. Byron Robbie Sheller Honored at Retirement Dinner I
Long Beach California State College.
_J2fl-X McIntyre of Ponta Vedra Beach, 'and
Mrs. J.H. DuPre and Mrs. Guy Mrs. Bobbie' Frambough of Ocala,
Sale greeted the guests at the door and Bradford High School friends ot Miss Robbie Shaper who is semi. Mr.'Shaller was presented a checkin
; ; 'i, presented them to the receiving line Mundy, Mrs. A.Y. Covington; Mrs. Carl retiring after 16 years with Winkler appreciation d his many years of
a -r composed of Mrs. Nasworthy, Miss Sapp Mrs. Earl Searing and Mrs. LF. Electric was honored at a dinner party devoted and competent service. he
ii Mundy and Mrs. W.B. Mundy which Dinkins. Saturday, Jan. 16/given'by Mr. and plans to continue to work part bme for
I was 'formed in the living room. Mrs. Hostesses were Mrs. Nasworthy Mrs. Warren Winkler at their lovely Winkler Electric.
II I N1 Keith Grilingham invited the guests into Mrs. DuPre Mrs. Johns Mrs. Bridges, new home on E. Call Sl The 16 guests included the
II the great room. Mrs. Gilhngham/ and Mrs. Sale. Arrangements of champagnedaisies employees of Winkler Electric: their
I Mrs. Clyde Sinclair directed the Invited out-of-town guests were and bachelor buttons centeredthe wives; husbands and dates and Mr.
guests to the'dming room' where they Mrs. Mcintyre of Ponta Verda Beach, two dining tables. and Mrs. Goldwire and Mr. and Mrs.
were served with many' kinds of Mrs. Nat Dankle and Mrs. Meade Lewis -Inman---.-.. Groat.
ti delicious finger foods' from two ot Lake City Mrs. E.F. Miles and Mrs.
beautifully! appointed tables. Bowls ot Edna Thrift ot Macclenny Mrs: Ran-

Whitehead insurance Agency
i Methodist Women Honor TwentyfiveNew

Announces the Opening of its Office

>l Members At January Teasma

Across from the Bradford Square
Twenty-five new members were Thompson, Susan Sanderson,
A III? welcomed into United Methodist Mary Ann Kyle Sybil Dempsey,
Women 'at membership teas' in Carole Stevenson. Sandra Tompkins, Stop by for a FREE Quote
January. Lisa Kelly, Kathy Whitehead and
During general meeting the four Vicki Powell.A .
morning groups honored Patricia Ed- pledge service was presented at Auto Homeowners
a wards, Gere Johns, Lou Struth, both meetings by Treasurer Annette Mobilehomes Motorcycles
Nelma Keen, Carolyn Keen Louise Lawson.An .
Sanderson, Myrtle Baumgartner BusinessSee
---- Evelyn Womack, Laura Conti, Freda interesting report of the year
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Nelson Judd; Betty Young, Annette Pusateri, 1981 was given to the members by us (for all your insurance needs
Carol Smith and Gladys Hobbs. President Phyllis Carver. Included
The three night groups honored were money making projects, serviceto
Lisa Carkin and Bruce Nelson their new or re-instated members at a the community and programs completed 964.7204
joint meeting Jan. 12. They were Nor- daring the year

Repeat Vows at Home CeremonyMiss

Lisa R. Carkin, daughter of with scalloped lace, with a cape also .a ,J,
Mr. and Mrs. Willian Canon of Starke. edged with scalloped lace. Her dainty ;
and Bruce R. Nelson son of Mr. and headpeice of white daisy appliques of .
Mrs. Edward Boyd of Sampson Lake, white lace secured her fingertip veil. _
were untied in marriage Saturday, She carried a basket with a single red _
Jan. 2, at 2 p.m. at the home of the rose surrounded by white daises.A .
bride's parents on W. Call St. with buffet luncheon followed the _
Rev. James B. Love performing the ceremony.Centering. savings to 4 \
nuptials.The. the table was a two up 14h
couple repeated their vows in tiered wedding cake topped with a
the livingroom of the Canon home bride and groom and decorated with 'I'l l
under a archway decorated with fern red roses, which was decorated by r
and yellow daisies. Carol Elliot and served by Arlette on National Bra
Robert Booth attended as best Love.The
couple is residing at 283 N. l
man.Miss Debra Thompson served as Cherry St., Starke. '
maid of honor. She wore a long pastel The bride is a 1980 graduate of 7
blue colored polyester gown with a Commodore Perry High School in n sale thursday, friday & Saturday! o g {
velvet cape enhanced with blue lace. Hadley, PA and has been employedsince ;
She carried a bouquet of white daisies at the University of Florida.
and red carnations. The groom is a 1979 graduate of ISYLVANIAl
The bride, given in marriage by Spaulding High School in Barre VT +x \<;;
her stepfather wore a full length and is employed at Gainesville v
gown of white slipper satin accented Masonary Product. 1 I >, a9''

Starke Woman's Club Has Art and Crafts Famous -- i
,, ,_ ("' ,
Program At JanuaryrMeeting W -" < discontinued style!

ijL. a1? u ', .'i Lwas 'Tii'r. \ ,X/irrMi-fi 188 J
"Th'e,1 Starke 'Woman'V "Cldti'presented announced tor March 7, The 3 ia t
a program of arts and exalts Woman's Club has been invited to i w DISCOUNT PRICE '
at their luncheon meeting at 12 nom on assist in working with Special Olym- rebate! WAS 14 88-
Wednesday Jan. 13. Mrs. Joseph Warren pics Regional Meet'in Starke this spr- t/i (: t
president presided.The ing. Eagg Prke..2/10.88 .!ice LEVI'S
devotion by Helen Steiner Rice Many volunteers are needed for Eagle Sale Prlce.2/9.54 j ''tr PREWASHED BLUE ,
'was presented by Mrs. L.H. Jennings. working In Arts and rafts with'those Meil In Rebate ....-2 00 __ -- DENIM JEANS I1'r i
Club collect was sung by Mrs. William who are taking part in Special Olym 1+tur"r Stitched, back fashion pockets -
Thomson and Mrs.John'Grittin accom belt loops, boot cut leg ; Not all sizes
p nled'by Mrs. L.A.'Canova who composed pics.The Special Olympics committeewill YOUR FINAL COST VVI14'VI : I I and fancy contrast stitching f t 1 all stores.

'the music.. meet at noon on Jan. 27 at the
ntThespeaker's table held an arrangement Westen.Steer Family Steak House. 2/ 54 :
{ ot silk flowers, and the din- Arrangements are being made for .WHEN 66ct 8788 100 \ a
ing tables were decorated withpyrocanttaa Friday Jan. 22 luncheon of chicken BUY WAS-sap 81f ..M"8"<
t Mrs.Louise Young, chairman of and rice which will be served in the club PRESTONE II JUMBO ROLL 75 LBS. HTHCHLORINE 2-PK. SYLVANIA
the arts program, Mrs. William Rink, building from 11:30: to 1:30.: Tickets at COOLANT VIVA TOWELS LIGHTBULBS
co-chairman, assisted by hostesses: $2.08 each;including tax may be pur- Patented formula pro104 2-ply towels keep 65 granular chlorine Choose 60. 75 or 100 ,4
Mrs/Mildred Bdlizzi;Mrs" Carlos Her- chased from members and at the door. tests cooling systems on working, even formula keeps pool watt Inside frost v r'
nanel [nMrs':' C.A. Knight, Mrs. J.D. Desserts will be extra. from boll-overs. when wet. sanitary! From Olin bulbs. Blue dot.
Odaminblrs'M.A.'Payne,. Mrs/ H.C. The CIP committee announced that
R11D11 clnd Mrd Gary Stephens. served, a trees were arriving Wednesday,Jan. 13 TIM
delttious1, keish:luncheon. : I at the club house to be used lor ))1 .,ate $ .
sAflspecialithanks.to Hazel Hardy; beautification of Starke and surroun- I ;
Ann WhitterMiPat' Brown, _Florence Rudd, Laura Contr; p.m. More dogwood will be available at
Murrer Wilson 'and Frieda\! Judd for all a later date, these having been plantedlast 65iE
the jielg I ;that) they have contriboted. year by FFA. -
fvj'lwfly 1 display, of arts 'and crafts The club has trees and they have
mab by roanbers'and friends of the been distributed, and the City is planting 41..E
WortiaH's'eiub was viewed by members trees in observance of Arbor Da)'. Y _
with Mrs. William Rink 'and' Mrs. Local residents, all of the school and it._ zFHUff
MiWred'Belizzt" in. charge.. the county as'well as the city are par- _
bas welcomed into the ticipating in planting trees.
elulareMrs. Florence and After the February meeting the club
MrkJJeiUe Mizelle. will have azalea plants for sale. Club OH TILE IDOh1 B\
.The District, Arts and rafts show members are beginning to ask about it. LLFT NK
will be on Feb. 25: at Orange Park The committee is beginning to make
Woman's Club.1 Spring Tour ot Homes plans and will publicize plans as soon save 22% save2.00 save 4.00 save 1.00 m save 3.12
as they are complete.

1 37 179T5o2995 788ISCOUNT 2488 688 464 564 88WASJ,7r

I I FUJI "iTTT WAS *.* W.WERE 1088" WERE TTOl 6.e4'A LUE
Get 12brilllantcolor Styles for men Easy-to-read
Delores Meng Friday, Jan. 22 will be a Teacher exposures w/each women! Qoldtone, bers, luminous numBig face.legible 3W clock Prewashed denim Briefs 464. t-shlrts. Short sleeves bright
speaker. with ,
I pockets & Upper. 3 64. F.O
Students roll.< sollds.combos.S-XL.
Phone 468-1915 Planning Day. can enjoy sllvertone etc hands. Wake to music I Jr.'s. 5-19.
another free day then.
The Bradford County Bookmobileserves
the Hampton area every Tues president conducted this meeting. save up fp 10%

day from 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Tammy Peeples gave the American + T a'T l BATH HAND WASHCLOTH f .
pledge and Donna the
Women', Club Mowry gave 1Q
The HamptolWomen's Club will 4-H Pledge. -*da 250 -450 i ,
hold a meeting Thursday night at 8 Record books were distributed. i I t 350 I WERE
p.m. in the City Hall.All interested Members signed up for project ; :t zer x7- ( / ,
women are welcome. meetings and for pen pals. CANNON BATH ENSEMBLES -
Baby Shower Refreshments were served by t= IN COLORFUL PRINTS '-:..;
Mrs. Patty Williamson Sherwinwas Mrs. Newman to the 14 members at : 7 c Luxurious and absorbent In lovely co- 't
honored at a baby shower givenin tending. w + t : ordinated long wearing poly/cotton. 49
The next Green Leaf 4-H Club VICKS FORMULA 14-D Cough 1
the City Saturday night Jan.
Mixture 3 OZ. WASJ2.43. ...
is scheduled for I
16., meeting Feb 11 at the
useful Newman s ) + STANLEY a TAMPAX TAMPONS 40 ct.
Many gifts were presentedto I 19
home.Birthday. Reg Super
the of honor by the 17 +' ,2
guest guests Vvife.iPr'V ----- or Super Plus.WAS...b9.,
present and other friends. The centerof Among those celebrating January
attention was the beautiful cradle birthdays were Donnie Roberts who -
hand made by Patty's father, Delmar was 11 years old on the 15th Cnady >"T" i r BAN 1.5 oz.ROLL WAS.Me"ON Anll, -Peraplrant, ,. 119
Williamson. Pons was eight on the 19th Mark TWINSET FULLSET QUEEN SET utlli rod "
Games were played and prizeswon Smith celebrated his fifth on the 19th t38 0088 -129

by three guests. and 19th.Norma Meltoh celebrated on the 1p WERE I Sea atfcWERE fzt COLGATE 7 OZ. WAS TOOTHPASTE i49EFFEROENT '.'...'..... .'..'HH H...... 1
The refreshment table held the
1391 .:.
1&6r J4.97 : a
punch, decorated cake and a varietyof NAME BRAND 3 A WAS-4-T7 -
4 PC. SHEET TABLETS 98 et. .199|
goodies. Did You Know........... SETS IN ASSORTED PRINTS 5 USE IN WAS.Z i ....,.-... :"......:,..
Hostesses for this shower were CLOSETS AUTO ETC. _
Set Includes _
Lola Williamson, Lori Brooks and cases. Twin set top Includes sheet, fitted sheet and pillow A strong versatile rod far many MASSENGILL DISPOSABLE 5
Myrtice Green. Mrs. J.D. Od m. president of 1 pillowcase uses. Strong spring pressure holds rod DOUCHE 6 oz. Country Flower 895
4-11 Club Bradford-Union Board of Realtors,at- or Vinegar ft Water, WASL7.T.: ,...

The Green Leaf 4-H Club held a tended the 1982 Inaugural conventionin Convenient I
meeting Jan. 14 at the home of Mary Orlando, Jan. 1113. 225 Locations
Jean Newman. L Starke Keystone Heights :
Ron Newman, the club vice- Mrs. Jean Ratherl! of Salisbury, to serve youl .
312 W.Madison St.
MD was weekend guest of her Open 9'iil9. Sunday'til 6. Hwy. 21 & 100) i
Hampton Elementary School brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and We reserve the right to limit quantities! .
Planning Day Mrs.Drew Reddish. I



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I Angie Higginbotham Honored Several Parties ..i r Susan Howe Moredock Edwards., I .. *Social. Shorts II
at Recently .
Wed. ; Jan. 8' '# ... 111Wade: :

Miss Susan Nanette Edwards Jeremy ScottCelebrates Huggins

Miss Angia Higginbotham, whOle flanked td the side was a 'bride"doll. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards 3rd Celebrates .
marriage to Jay Griffis will be an event Huge wedding bells held ribbons with bridal'aUmdants. :. Jr. of Starke and Howe Edward 3rd Birthday
The centered with BirthdayLittle
gift'table was a
M Jan. 23,was honored at several par inscribed In Moredock III of Kingsley Lake
the couple's name green
ties in the past week bouquet of crotched blue rases.'Each attendant son of Mrs. O.D. Ryder of Gainesville, Jeremy Scott celebrated his Wade Huggins celebrated his third
ink.The presented the honoree with a united in marriage Jan. 8' in birthday on Wednesday, Jan. 13, at the
On Tuesday Jan. 12 Miss Higgin refreshment table was covered were third birthday on New Years day at a' '
personal gilt for her trousscu. home fI'his Mr. and Mrs;
botham was honored at a bridal showerat with white lace over green linen and Folkston GA. family party t>y his parents, Mr. and parents
Evergreen Baptist Church. till Mrs. 'Bruce' Scott at the home ot his Thomas Huggins.
was centered with a cuspidor The hostesses Mrs.:Charles McKan- .
theme a' train with
The refreshment table was covered ed with limes; pears and green' hearts ney, Mrs:Sam Bassett Mrs. llolton Coleman Deb) Overstreet i grandparents, Mr. and' 'Mr. W.T. balloons The party and streamers. The cake was
with a white lace cloth over white linen flanked with five single brass'candle. and Mrs. Shmitt presented the Mike Prescott :' Jackson, Sr.A'Disney. decorated with a train on it The guests
and centered with an arrangement of sticks with lime tapers.The World theme was carriedout
green mothers and the
a honoree
pink and lavendar flowers. The punch coffee table was covered with a corsage and corsage a nightgown as a memento a To Wed Feb. 5 In the party decorations including a enjoyed cake ice cream favors.and punch,andwere

table held a -white cloth and was lime green cloth with lace'overlay of the occasion. Due to renovations at Highland I cake topped with Walt Disney given party
centered with a crystal punch bowl and centered with three branch'' brass Baptist Church in Lawtey, the wed- characters. '
flanked by crystal bud vases holding candelabra with lime green tapers. ding of Debi Overstreet daughter of Fourteen members of the Jackson Jim Spears "
pinkrand lavendar flowers. 'XJames were played and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Overstreet of families helped Jeremy celebrate' the
Thehostesses presented mothers refreshments served to the 60 gufcts. Keystone Heights, to Mike Prescott, occasion including his uncle and aunt. Celebrates6th ;:
and honoree' with corsages. a memento The hostesses Mrs. Kenny Scarbro, Wedding Date Set son of Mr and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott Rev. and Mrs. Rick Jackson of Chattanooga Birthday '\
of the occasion. Mrs. Jan Corbett, Mrs. Maurice of Kingsley Lake has been changed! to ;TN.
Hostesses were Mrs. Norma Gnflis, Willias; Mrs. Helen Henley and Mrs. For Angia HigginbothamAnd Hope Baptist Churchin Theressa on 'Jeremy'was the first New Years Mr. and Mrs. Bud Spears gave;
Mrs. Carolyn Redding; Mrs. Doris Rhea Joyner presented corsages to the Jay Griffis Friday Feb. 5, at 7 p.m. Day baby In '1979.Womarr's party for their son; Jim on 'Thursda'yevmtng.
Gaskins, Mrs. Minnie Redding and mothers,' Mrs. Thelma 'Goodman nd Jan. 14 at McDonalds! to
Mrs Jenny Sikes. Mrs. J.C. Griffts and" corsage and set The wedding of Angia Higgin (Hub celebrate his sixth birthday. r
The Fellowship Hall of The Starke of flatwear to the bride-elect botham and Jay Griffis will be an event BIRTHSJake Serving LurWb&yn The party area was'detorated in a
Church of God was the setting for the The home of Mrs. Charles Schmittwas of Saturday Jan. 23, at 6:30: p.m. at the birthday motif with streamers and
bridal shower for Miss Higginbothamon the setting for a bridesmaid's luncheon Starke Church of God. Barritt TrawickMr. To Public Fridtiy i balloons. Party hats and. favors 'were

Jan. 14. on Saturday, Jan. 16 tor Miss and Mrs. Jack L Trawick, Jr. I TheStarkeWoman's Club will have given \to each gUest. -
The hall was decorated with wed- Higginbotham. Their parents J.C. Higginbothamand of Lake City announce the birth of a a chicken-rice luncheon Friday Jan. The 10 little guests were treated to
ding bells, emerald green streamers. The table was covered with a blue Mrs. Thelma Goodman and Mr. son Jake Barritt, born Dec. 11. I.22, from 11:30: a.m. to 1:30: pmr.: at the hamburgers and later enjoyed cake, ice
and bows and green hearts. linen cloth and cmtE red"with a silver and Mrs. J.C. Gr tUs' invite all friends Paternal grandmother is Mrs. club house. Tickets are $2.08 and cream and games during the party.
The gift table was covered with a tea pot filled with blue roses and and relatives to attend the' wedding and Jack Trawick of Kingsley Lake. I available from club members or at the hours 6:30 to 8 p.m. -
green cloth with an overlay of'lace and bachelor buttons of silk. Place cards reception following Maternal grandparents are Mr. and I door.Takeout "
centered with a yellow potted mum marked the seating arrangement of the Mrs. Bob Wilson of Dade City. orders and. desserts. will

be available. ___ __
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Di d Y ou KI1" owEd -- - - - - -

Mr. and Mrs. RO. Dansby visited Mrs. Margaret B. Jackson is a patient Mr. nd Mrs. B.J. Eggers visited Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall of and Mrs. Winnie Wood of Lawtey last
Cooney is in the GainesvilleVA Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews in Jackson- in North Florida Regional I their son, John Eggers in Jacksonville St. George's Island spent Sunday with Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mobleyof .
Hospital after breakin his hip in a ville last Thursday. Hospital. Her son-in-law and daughter; on Saturday. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jacksonville on Saturday.
fall last week at his home. He expectsto Mr. and Mrs. Fryer Cam (Louise) of Rowland. The Rowlands also had as
be home in approximately 10 days. Bobby Epps is a medical patient in Carlsbad NM are staying at her Mr. and Mrs. George Higgins and Sunday afternoon visitors Mr. and Rhonda Shipman, duaghter of Mr.
Alachua General Hospital. mother's home during her illness. granddaughter, Docile McRae visitedMr Mrs. Stonewall Rains of Gainesville. and
Little Jason Lovell celebrated his and Mrs Oler Crosby and Mrs. Wayne Shipman is

first birthday last Thursday night Lt. and Mrs. B.-I, Mills and Tommy Osl.*i underwent surgery daughters in Fort Myers over the Mr and Mrs Tullie Norman have in recuperating Shand's Teaching after orthopedic Hospital.surgery.
with a party attended by family and children of Puerto Rico who have been Thursday in Jacksonville Memorial weekend. had as visitors Mrs. Doris Gaskins
friends. The birthday cake was visiting her mother; Mrs. Roy Clemons Hospital.LCDR.
decorated with clowns. for a week left Wednesday lor Leland, Attending Wilton Conner's ordination
NC to'visit his parents; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R.G. Thornton of as a deacon at the Lying Waters
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mills Sr. and will return here Friday. San Diego CA are visiting her mother Baptist Church Jacksonville Sunday HardRIl.r
spent Friday to Sunday at their camp They expect to be stationed a Cecil Field. Mrs. Harry Mooty from Wednesday to afternoon were Mrs. Edith Hufchesour
in the Ocala National Forest. in the near future. Monday. Mr and Mrs. Russell Carter Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Conner Mr and Mrs. Mar

Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan III Mr. and Mrs. AI Kay Carlisle Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Wilson of cus Conner, Mr. and Mrs: Loran Canner -
and children Karen and Leaton IV returned Sunday after a month's visit Elmira NY and Bradenton, FL'were Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp and. Mrs.
toured Kennedy Space Center on Fri with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ferry in Thursday to Sunday guests of Mr. and Etna Schatfer 2 CHICKENFILLET
day. Saturday they visited Rev. and Virigima Bach, VA Cart Robinson in Mrs. Raymond Howe. Mr and Mrs. Don Curtis ol Union-
Mrs. Charles Swartz and Barbie in Boxboro MA, Mr. and Mrs Richard town PA are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Lakeland and that afternoon they Poutenls in Harvard, MA and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Shatter and daughterof George Huggins for several days
visited Leaton's grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Harold Jensen in Bailey Island Lake City were Sunday afternoon
Zona Morgan in Tampa. ME. visitors of Mrs Gladvs Weldon Mrs Martha Miley will be admittedto
""'" Baptist: Memorial Hrapital on Friday
Mrs. Roy Clemens of Starke, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Polo Lacayo of Mr. and Mrs R.C. Butord Mrs. for eye surgery
Morel demons and daughter of Lawtey Tallahassee' were Friday to Sunday. Gloria King Mr and Mrs:Dan Harley;
and Mrs. Minnie'Lee Afford of Lake guests of Mrs: James Barron. Mrs. Gladys Edwards, and Mrs LouisV Mrs. Lex Green visiU-d,,4Mr. and
Butler visited Harold demons In Hardin alt of Starke and Michael King l'lrs.V.U.' Green Tallahassee. ThurS- SANDWICHES
Alachua General Hospital on Sunday. of Lec&burg, attended the funeral ot' day to Sunday.
demons was involved in an automobile Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Sr. Donald Paul Stilley in Jacksonville on
accident on SRI! two weeks ago. made a weekend business trip to Saturday, Jan. 16. Mr. Stilley ...tlOdied. Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. and
Clearwater. on Jan. 14,was the brother ot Mrs Irma daughter. Anne visited Mr. and Mrs.
Butord. Don Eltram in Vero Beach over the

I Auxiliary Makes Plans for New Year ------ weekend. r 79


Plans for the Fair Auxiliary booth at home or at the hospital Mrs. FaithmTheArtsPresenting PlUS TAX
and p. jects were outlined at the Brad- O'Briant-Johnson also asked for .
ford County Hospital Auxiliary dinner. volunteers in cleaning up and painting
meeting Monday night at the Western the Auxiliary Hamburger booth at the ,,
Steer Restaurant. Fair grounds sometime in February.
President Doris Overstreet presided She was also appointed to purchase a Alice Anderson Hudson SoJoist

'Richards over the meeting-welcomed.where. Ceil tubaincorthehospitat.Intubabng Manequin! for' teaching'"'. r- .in-..:. .1- ._...._..-- -::::;;. -.. .- -. .--. .--- -- --_,_ _,___-.t'. -'-_._..- ',
was as a new ---
.< member. A motion was made andrecorded Hospital Administrator CE. (Kip) I 3affiJat 7 1"r; U2
that the club will hold its next O'Stetn was introduced and thanked
meeting March 15, at 6:30 p.m. at Little the members for their cooperation with I 7:30 p.m.
Italy Restaurant. the Stall in providing the needs of the ''tSkw; ',;
Mrs. Bernadine Early, Hospitality patients. He also introduced Judy First United Methodist '

Shop chairman;reported the sales were Moore assistant Administrator, who ..k ChurchWalnut
favorable but a need for evening acts as liaison between the pink ladies J
workers was needed. Mrs. Ada Reddish and the hospital. Mrs. Moore stated f. & Jefferson Streets
and Mrs.: Margie Diltz were appointed there was a need for volunteers to ride :
patent coordinators. with patients on EMT to Alachua : Admission Free

Mrs. Sandra O'Briant-Johnson General Hospital as a companion and t Nursery Provided ;.c' +%; p
reported that the scholarship' fund 'is moral support only. She also stated
still available for two full time positionsand there was a need lor a volunteer to helpin Variety of Music
two part time positions: For further distributing' mail \to the different' NO COUPON NECESSARY. :

information applicants may contact her departments. .

I A<2 .. .it I'I I J oJ- P ..p .... : ...,
Mrs. Kevin Tillman Shower HonoreeThe '

One good'veor deserves another.qu x ,c 3 x.
_ti; Gc4W'1I +
home of Mrs. Joan Chitty on the dinning room. The table was
Searing Street was the scene of a kit covered with a white army-navy lace .:,1auwwuiatirAiitJUt):(. _'
chen shower given in honor of Mrs and linen cloth ovr a pink liner, and In view of the %
was centered with a multiblossompink economic uncertainties whICh bearing checking accounts at Fortune Federal quiremenrs by over $2,4;'; .cn iieoa.wrwcn'plan es.r -
Kevin Tillman the former Mary Anne hove affected the savings and loon ,ndustry nu and thes acrounrs 10.
silk now number 500 with Fortune Federal a very' oW.f fl/Wttetposiricjft.1:I : ;::
Miller, a recent bride, last Friday arrangement.The tionwlde, it is with a great deal of pride thqt we over S:<4 million on deposit We ore gratified at within the and '" '"'
honoree received many savings loon glpplttt\ .;:;:M,, .,, :;
Hostesses for the ,
evening. occasion report a for the assor We rhe of
year this
ojjon popularity! new service because New
we ,
useful the from the opportunities for owrcustomer? rwchrf)
gifts during (
party ntaurlt, ,
were Stacey and Bettie Sue Denmark, invited are pleased to present our financial statement continually seek better ways ro accommodate the easing of eligib l requirements f fbrlndivtd
Karen, Sandra and Joan Chitty. 30 The hostesses guests. presented her witha for the year ending December 31. 1981. the needs of our customers .ual Retirement Accountj3aras: 3E:tDJtbenetlTSE": =_.- --..
Upon arrival, the honoree was Fortune Federal's assets by more than 1981 Fortune .
sow Federal large Tiki wood salad bowl and in-
presented with a corsage made up of dividual bowls ensemble $34 million to $1 176 billion. This figure connn- Southwest Florida marker, with new offices at ise to make 1982 an extremely exciting one for
kitchen gadgets. as a remembrance ues to place us among the top 10Q associations Port Charlotte
and Cope Coral A third office Fortune Federal. \ \ < O
of the
Several bridal games were played Enjoying the occasion with the in the country We also paid S108 million'In hww- opened in 1981 was at Holiday in Posco County Our Coord of DireCtors. OfAcers/ oral! (y .,e8C' f
with Mary Agnes Ferguson, Michelle est to our depositors, which was S33 trillion bringing total number
honoree and guests were the bride's our of offices throughout greet the new year with confidence and enrhu!I j.ok i ''I.
and *
Baldree than in 1980
Sapp Tammy winning more > f Florida 30.
mother and grandmother Mrs. John ro siosm. and we thank each one pf you for your
the prizes. Miller The post year saw the introduction of ipreresrOur( reserves now total more than 551.8 mil continued loyolry and, SUpPOrT. 4
Refreshments were served from Miller, and Mrs. S.M. ; and thegroom's lion : '
mother Mrs. C.R. Tilman. o a figure that exceeds federal regulatory re- .' ,.

; ? ...... .. :1Leon
I Mary Anne Tillman "C ffee" HonoreeMrs. 7r'I -

Hammock '\
Kevin Wlui a Army-wavy clan ana taiiereu
Tillman a recent bride, President i
honoree at "Coffee" with an arrangement of silk coral I '
was a Saturday at
flowers. Mrs. Eaves served Cokes at one Statement of Condition : .
the home of Mrs. V.J. Spengler.Cohostesser t. .
p \\j. 6
end of the table and Mrs. Mulhns : /,: ;
Mrs. R.S.
were .
I I' As of close of business ".. '
December "
Mullins.Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Mrs.J.W. presided at the silver coffee service at 1981 :
Waterhouse, Mrs. Desso Forman, Mrs: the allies end. Mrs. Ferguson passed. .
A.J. Eaves and Mrs out the\plates\ for refreshments. Assets
: Raymond Liabilities and Met Worth .
Stanwix-Hay. Assisting in serving were Julie and C IIOA IWMONOKE O'DIOCTOIU-CXoiiIOHNO ....,., .-:
Mrs. Waterhouse the Aimee Ferguson Cosh on Hand and Savings Accounts. . . . . $1.0 050.651.791 yvCGCft Vc.oINWCAnustf .Ctwnvxt :
greeted guestsat In Tanks ; . . $12.35O.564.4. ::.-
the door and standing in the receiving The hostesses presented the honoree .; Demand Accounts, . . :. . 24,483.572 'H WIUIAAtM,niCHAivoCAnicn COM MD :2
with a floral bedspread with matching Investments andSecurities
line the honoree her mother
Mrs. John were Miller and, Mrs. C.R, sheets and pillowcases and a thermal . . 6 .12:3.: 57. 2' ,5 77,474.121.86 Advoncesfromrn ... . .? -27.2 0.OOO.OO uA"ovo UCH s OCK Cmcnfut :j':

Tillman: blanket as a memento 75 the occasion.attended Mortgage Loans . . . . . j.., '.,'-1'1;' Other Borrowed Money .. ;. . 3,982,399.34"f': :: p, OOf. -..
o' '
Approximately 'guests >
The Coffee-Coke table was CXlVPI'M between the hours of 10 and 11:30: a'trr.: Installment Loons . . .. . . f ><'t ;W ,. 29.949,169.0. Loans In Process . . ,, .f. . 8247998.48 nov*XHIUA WORKMAN}UOION: injoum AOVIJOHY OOAKO :-

All Othef Loans . . ..... . . .'; X t3.486.124.74 De'elTedlncome. . ....;.. ..I.i :. 5381171.56: fRlOM' fiXHinVULIAMM HAfXOFTT .::;
I Homemakers Learn WOK Cookery ,.11/../.' ),.*.. :,:' .ft [I : t.
Real Estate Owned . ,',, 81,427.61 Other Labilities . . ../ '. . .. 4.468.421.13; auo"Oll'"t1.OA'DAOJGIO''OVIIOOVIIOAOO'1cNEr"ro"' : '':

Ms. Alicia M. Homrich gave a program In the two WOKS shaped like very Loons Mode to Facilitate Sole'. Specific "Reserves . i. i" ,'. .-'.. .-, 72.000.00 ?. 'VHUAAm 1\10" C.'l\Ell CHANXIIcom \ ;::::
on WOK cookery: at the Bradford deep frying Ms. Homridc cooked of Real Estate . . . . i tONNcn
pans ..r'" 1,149,99954 Net Worth. . . . ..f'i.TOTAL .. ; --.c..u''u .74..4 6Q VC"KIN" DENMARK" r..i;
County Homemalcers Club 'meeting two very delicious foods "Pepperedthicken" Federal Home Loon .. LIABILITIES AND y', Hnxw DCXMCW r:
> .
.t.yl( 1. .f. : "MRnYCCUNA
Tbursday.fan.Building"in Starke.14, at the Agriculture. served to members and "Fried Rice"with Chinese which she tea Donk Stock . . . . . :.' } 8,4 2.200.00 NET WORTH" . . . ;. . ;. Si, 1 6..408.779 69 'I" t/IOOINIO"MATTHiWi !;.":

Ms.: Homrich had on display a and fortune cookies. She presented each Fixed Assets Less Depreciation . 18,353.65537: ,"" _... : .M A I I tLoi.A11M1quurwrorrrcu AUOOEnMAN '
beautiful place setting Chinese china, guest with a'pair of chopsticks and a Deferred Charges and c 4 .'. ; ?j
including a little 'dish that the pamphlet of recipes on WOK cookery.
chopsticks rest in. She explained that I The next "mixed crafts" workshop $4O09:
the Chinese don't have as many coursesas will be Thursday, Jan. 28, at 10 a.m.'at q. CpAph S.AoL ". .;
!the Americans do and they seldom the Agriculture'Bullding. Those attending I ,. ..2fi'( 1'.ujpS _V<."-L ;
ever use plates. They use small deep are asked to take a "brown bag" ku" ,-ij4 NAY ucHAftocAruirt OIGIN. S.a..o,M o ewwoN r:

bowls but will sometimes put as many lunch.: These'meetings are not only ... wet tuvotHnNCWMAC E:
as three or four different foods in it as creative, but lots of fun, and everybodyis A '. .:.KTincoWll CONNAl AfaCoo o.NeNw>c x>oiJAMUEME'UON 4+"IOn.q M:
each Individual course is gerved. Invited to attend. .. FORTUNEFcDcROL .. CPA "liven**.AyOUOl
.... ,VIKCNM' GtANCH .._.v......._....
',,,,'" .. *' i0OxN"a03' HAIUifTT cmcvOpraiont :1.+
; JONIi A/toCoo-aVonx -
I Women of St. Marks Planning Luncheon ': ? J' ttOMA&A MfYlA*Syvemt MOftOQOTnOTtfefomonar

.' Savings and Loan Association ... CHAIUItA NCMETM A c_
r'" '. VM K001MON"WXGCAJH """'- _,_ .
The Women of St Mark's met in the pt an e made for a buffet luncheon to I J .. OCrtJHUGHl c.1.-.0
Parish House on Tuesday night Jan. beflg war in the Parish House on Jan. 24 ,. Srorfie. 095 W. Madison 964.5000. ,.'.. .'.- NcNAno4 JHAW'K'OH KnaxwoiloontConroW l(
with Mrs. Flossie Preseott giving aUiooo hone eng Rev. Richard Lindsey ..,
12. .J V ; : ; .
:;::.. .
> d WestJUver. MD who is visiting the ; ......v-. _,.._ I
the devotional readings Over .4\ .....,_.......
M r s. Herbert- Thomas, president partslf and conducting the 10 a.m. Holy. one billion dollars In assets and 30 friendly offices in Florida. '- ::JH! :ro.;;. :;".. .:. .. ji
Eucharist service that .' '., .. ...... ., .
conduced the business meeting' and day. ,'.. 1 1..1'f '-.. : ; \ 7




January 21.19 z TELEGRAPH Pag* !ATOP

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rpj@CJ[ )[! 1J0 "Untouchable"I Top Rubbermaid swings from I I Standard Annealed For use In strips all brands Staples prevent of staplers.breaking. Swing line -747" Stapler

weight of refuse, even I Precision made for non-jamming( Open channel loading holds full ship
a light paper cup. : operation. Full strip ((210 staples) 5000 of 210 staples red dot signals to
Seamless plastic: I per box. (DH- 101) reload Movable anvil for temporary or
I I .0 ra won't corrode or rust. I I: permanent. stapling opens for tacking
8' 4' throat depth.
14" square beige Box <> length
base, 28" high. Top Is Plastic Boxed Staples
5000 in 1.85 Beige (DH1.747.BGE)
5" high. I I a reuseable plastic box. Black ((DH1-747-BK)

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1.15 Each I Faber-Castell I 3 35
REG. 51.80 I Magic-Rub Eraser I 55$ Tube D REG. $398

: REG. $804
I For use on polyester-based
: drafting films, and I II _____
I drawing or tracing 4.85 { :
Won't smudge smear or mar Dozen I II
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I working surface. (DN6-1954) REG. $5.75 H

:I FaberCastellParapink II I II
I Erasers :
I Soft and pliable lor I II
I commercial or drafting :
use. Double-beveled / Ga I
Acco I edge. Won't smudge or \ 1f e I
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Pressboard Binders ;I damage paper surface. Dozen I Pentel Pentel

For 11" x 8V," sheets 8Vi" centers I Medium size. (DN6.7011) REG. $4.59 i 0.5MM Refill Leads Mechanical Pencil
Strong long lasting cloth hinges. I
I: FaberCastellEraserStik I polymer lead is extra strong and Holds popular thin 05 mm ultra finewon't
Papers are neatly compressed and ,
I flexible for use in all thin lead" lead Protective sleeve protects lead
in metal fastener.
slip penCils. 12 leads per tube from breaking pushbutton automatic
Black (DL2-25071) I Wood-cased eraser for lead advancing system Comfortable
Light Blue (DL2.25072) I I typewriter, Ink and B Degree (DN4-C50S-B) shaped barrel Complete with eraser
Dark Blue (DL2-2S073) ,I pencil. Sharpens in 4 30 Dozen I H Degree DN4-C505-H) and spare lead
RedDL-25078) I pencil sharpener. Brush : HB DN4 C505-HB) (DN4-P205A)
I at top. (DN6-7099B) REG. $6.25 I'
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Uniform size and I II
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Acco I
box. : Acco AdjustableHand t
3.Rina Binders I Acco Heavy-Duty Punch
Grained> Size Number I Punch Punches 1 to 4 9/32"/ round holes by
resste)( Is beautiful, strong, I
and resists water. 1" capacity for 11" x I 18(2V( ,"K 1116;; 2500llb.) (DA6-A216)) Two or I three "I,,' round holes Gauge. Quality 2-Hole Punch. adjusting ballbearing selectors InS'I.
." sheets. I I permanently set to center 8'j x 1 It Punches 25 sheets of 16 ib paper with sheet sizes from 3" x 5Vi" to 9'/0' x
with opening-closing Quality ring trigger mechanism booster. I 18(3"x1/ie2100/lb.( ; / ) (DA6-A218)) : sheets Two end heads shift to any two ." holes 2'. centers Heat 12" Centamatlc feature automatically ]
Black DL2-38611) : 32(3"x( V..'950lIb./ ) (DA6-A232)) I position Center head detaches treated die plates Handle latch for centers paper permanently aligned
Light Blue (DL2-3861 i 33((3 V."x'/.;8S0Ilb.) DA6A233)) : Punches to to sheets of 16.Ib paper storage Black steel base 4' x 6'. heads assure.accuracy. 25 sheet
Dark Blue Back: steel, .(DH2.74020) DH2-740SO) capacity of 16 Ib paper. Black steel
..(.DL2-38613)_ ',. _64(3Vi"x'/.( .;'_425/lb._ ) (DA6-A264)). I I base. (DH2.74300)

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Tenex Standrd Vinyl Mat I 553.50REG : I

Exclusive "Gripper Back" prevents i 26.34REG : 12.32
$66600 I
movement. Terrazzo-like surface. For use
with moderate and low I $3038 i I REG, $14 49
pile floor covering. Lies e I r : I:
flat yet flexible so I I
prevents chair race. 59.94 + e I
I' I
Absorbs impact without f 4 I
with' REG. $'* mDE4RW454V2 s ; I
breaking. 45" x 53" f
33. x 10' ',p. ( .O) e e y :
s I I
Tenex Extra Thick Vinyl Mat e : :

"Gripper Back" with molded-in studs : I I
hugs carpet. Textured surface. I
x" Formulated for deep pile application. I I I
LiesJIat for easy movement without racing. I I i:

45" x 53" No Lip REG. SALE II National Office Furniture Eldon Data Wheel I:

(DE4-RR4S4-V30): $9875: 79.00 I- I Secretarial "L" Work Station Information retrieval on 2'V x 4" :r Eldon Data File
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DE4RW454.V3'0)P -- i 30" x 60" top set on a 30" x 60" base with cards ((500 capacity) at the turn of a : Holds 2'. x 4" cards. 500 capacity'
( $9450. 75.60 II 1 I/ 1 I a 4" overhang on approach side Box wheel. Nylon roto-knob has clutch Black hi-impact styrene won I crack
bend rust or chIp. Additional files
::M41Ml\l.\l\\l.lI.l\l.\M.lli.\M.\ \\I.\\l\l\l\\ ( I drawer and file drawer provided in action to hold selected position.
.... ': Return has 18" 40" with Cards are removable for typing. 24 I snap together with connecting bar
:; The TeMK Quartnt: i:; I pedestal. a x top (included).
vMll* pl c refund'UHlwifOptionHOlh g I removable stationery shelves behind a plastic index guides with insertable :
..ginal wwn.wr.n r.nna. I labs. Cycolac, In black with walnut I Walnut trim. (DF4 1324 1))
;I ...... craeM puflclurw title<*....*. & door
pufChM Ihrovgn' Wlhin&y if uMd ...r: dnc.catanew ff I Left Side Return (DE4.20-6070RP) i trim is virtually unbreakable.. Dust i With 3" x 5" cards. 500 capacity. 14.87 I
11D'NGTNTT1'I\'mumivvmTa. oo 'aaJh II I: Right Side Return (DE4.20.6070LP) I i cover included. (OF4 2524) I I I Black. (DF4- '335.I) REG. $17.49

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289 63 7 TT Furniture: Office Seating 1 i

Style, comfort and durability: Walnut- I I
REG. 384.20 f\ finished arms and bases with brown + + :
fabric seats and backs. I
f. ; .
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Executive Swivel-Tilt Chair [
4 bronze single-wheel I
casters. Height adjusts +---n -b I
from ." I I18V.
28" to 32: 17 / x
." seat. fDE*.21?-286) REG. $214.00 I Associated :

File Folders :
Secretarial Swivel Chair ,
Smooth 11
point manila with rounded
Single casters bronze finish. 2W
\ corners Bottoms are scored for
"' easy
height back adjustment; 3 V. height seat expansion 100 per box. IadJuslment.
Seat is 17" x i I
19"W. Adjustable tension 160.35on LETTER SIZE I
HONExecutive back. (DE4-333286) REG. $193.00 Straight Cut fDFI-C11I-1A) 6.40 :
Swivel i I Chair Halt\ Cut (IDF1.C1'2.1A) I

Plush, generous seating set on a hardGuest.Conference Chair \ Third Cut (DF1. C113-1A) REG. $990 :
Fifth Cut
wood frame, stained In deep walnut. For office, conference or ( C1 15.lA)
Posture-engineered cushions are reception areas. i 6.80
comfortable polyurethane foam. Tufted Generous 17'1," x 18V*" Two-FUths Cut fOFI.C11T-1R) I: i mr
brown leather-patterned vinyl back Is 40" seat. Styled with shaped r REG. $1025 I
high. Nylon seat Is 17" x 19:" wood arm rests. n-mc f.93 LEGAL SIZEStraight :

(DE4.GD29-BTRS. > (OE4.2t 1-266) REG. $142.00 Third Cut Cut (OF1.C211-1AI 8.25 ,;I
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\ '! Kimball National 447.78REG 408.75

;' THE : Office Furniture $53900 00REG.

i Tasteful contemporary styling with the
I OFFICE rich look and /eel of wood. Walnut
veneers over hardwood solid provide __
,. I years of beauty. Full-suspension file '
drawer can be usedfor letter or legal
SHOP size filing, and has a lock. _

110 W. Call St. 36" x 72" Executive _

964-5764 Double Pedestal Desk
Conlerence-size top has 10" overhang on
Starke, Fla. I approach side and is set on a 30" x 60"
t base. Four box drawers; 1 file drawer. National Office
Furniture Credenza

.. \ Complements double-pedestal desks or
9 30" x 60" Executive use as spacious accent piece. 18" x 66"
,:) top; 29" high. Legal-slza file and box
Double Desk.
1A Pedestal df; wars on each end. Center section is
.. Top sits on a 30" x 60" bas and has a 4" 397.1 recessed 3'I." and provides binder-depth
overhang on approach side. Four box storage behind sliding doors.
drawers. 1 ftte drawer. IDf4-, $478 00 IDE4.20-I866SP)

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Page'A TELEGRAPH January 21.1982Courage I
BHS Class of ''72 |

i: : 'Little John' Hamilton Faces Up to Cancer To Plan Reunion z\

." The Bradford High School Classof
'1972 Is planning a reunion meeting J
,".c,.. .. Thursday, Jan 21 at 7 p.m. at the

i'i a perience such misfortune and yet exhibit John has won in football and baseball.In home of Lee Sparks, corner of Water
: ; by Olivia Scott can expect: John Hamilton to be an ex- Streets in Starke.
\ : :y.:. the courage of this bright-eyed, the Pop Warner Football League, cellent addition to the BHS team next and Jeffersons
(\ ":Y".f'! !''. Special to the Hamilton of smiling young man. He is always John played running back for three season. Coach Hurse says he is still All grads are asked to attend. If
', '::5)1)11 %qmVi:i :) ;; ') Young Irie John Jr.to his more concerned for others than years. In 1978 and 1979, he placed second expecting John to be"a valuable partof have not been contacted, pleasecall'
Lawtey has been an inspiration you
; :' himself.
.I in the Punt Pass and Kick com "
.j the school football
high family.
at Lee
II'ii.I/! : family and others throughout his recent Lee Sparks 964-6330 or
: John's parents, Irie and Odessa petition. For four years John played When visiting Irie John Hamilton, Hardenbrook at 964-6775 or 964-6280.
:: battle with cancer. Hamilton, both grew up in Lawtey, with the Lawtey Little
shortstop Jr. it Is to forget that he is just 13
he is know to most ext. 215.
: i John
"Little as
: choosing to stay there and rear their League baseball teams. years old, for his bravery and
.: people in the community went into family, a daughter, Chrissandra Last October,John placed fourth in far exceed his tender
the hospital to have tests run on a nag- Class of '81 at Bradford High, antiJohn the Bradford Middle School Cross courage years. We are attempting to reach all of
he is asset mankind.
Certainly, an
Within week"Lit. those in our class,so let us know if
I ging sore thigh. one an eighth grader at Bradford Country run, In spite of a"sore"right you
i "'"'> tle John" had to deal with the fact Middle School. Mr. Hamilton Is Interested persons may make contributions information on anyone who might be
.\. that cancer was prevalent and his leg leg.In to the "Irie John Hamilton, difficult to locate. '
employed at DuPont and Mrs. a recent visit to Shands Teaching \:
Jr. Fund" at the Florida Bank at
W and thigh would have to be am Hamilton is a second grade teacher at Hospital in Jacksonville Coach David
Starke. The fund has been set by
putated. When it came to the decision, School.As up .: I
Lawtey Elementary of BHS told John that the the local Pop Warner Football League
it Rarely was John does, himself a m.r,-who IVV.made.MM it..r- .. .all.. proud.. -parents.. Mr. and Mrs.. w.Horse.....r rnnrhow infnrmfwt him that Pop hA Affilliate. j jI I

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..,.. AMERICAS FAMILY DI, JG STORE You're Going to Like Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer! J

Irle John Hamilton, Jr.
Get an extra set 01 prints
Cancer Victim Fund Set Up Twice the Prints I with every roll 01 color

or black and white print film developed and printed... ,

Madison Street Twice the Film Get two rolls of print film for I
News the price of one Kodacolor
Baptist or black and white, when you have your film processed oat I
Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worshii Eckerd'S..TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
Service 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Prayer
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Rev Twice the Guarantee Buyt,my h :

Robert Gillis, pastor. No hassle-even II the goof was In the picture taking. ;

New. Events: 4ffjffffjjigffffffffji .
Florida Baptist Convention helc
an Evangelism Conference at thE
First Baptist Church of Jacksonville.
Jan. 11 13.
Those that attended from *1 JL
Madison Street Baptist Church were: I
Rev. Robert Gillis, Danny Hildebran, __
Leaton Morgan and Jim Lawson. Sooap.
Also on Wednesday night they had I 7 '
.a special conference for youth. Atten dlt 10.II
ding from Madision Street were Lisa I shampoo .
and Tricia Lawson,Mary Richardson, m
Teresa Bauldree Barry Warren, and _
Hildebran.On I- .
Danny 12-HOUR
Jan. 13 and 16 the youth enjoyed _
: a retreat at Camp Montgomery. I.: FRr EE X COLD RELIEF
They had lectures on dating, drugs, ::w::. _

alcohol, and how to get along with ." : CONTACCONTAC
your parents.Those .
that attended were: Mary t
Richardson, Lisa Lawson, Teresa ra+ramu _
Bauldree, Tricia Lawson, Monica
Maslowski, Denise Weir Richard
O'Steen, Richard Lediord, and I. CLAIROL GILLETTE
chaperons were Cindy Lawson, and
Everyone is cordially invited to
the services of Madison Street Baptist I CARTRIDGES COLD CAPSULES LIQUID SOAP

Church. Nursery provided. S.4-OUNCE C YOUR CHOICE 39 PLUS! 'OP 9 PACKOI"O 4COLORS

First United Methodist i Sal 99 OUNCe .1.1 Sal. 6 / Sal 139 9Se '

Church NewsThis Priced .. .. ... .. 3TYPCS .. .... .. Priced ... .... Priced ............... A.gu'.r1.ell' ........ '
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Sunday a new class will 1 after shampoo Limit l 2
begin for all single adults. The class
will not be using a specific curriculumbut
will instead, be exploring issues, 'l'l'l' ff I II I
problems, and questions those in the
class have in a Christian context. JERGENS ALOE tr \ RECORD BURGESS' WATER NELSON ,
This class will be for those single II MYLANTA A LANOLIN STORAGE I' > : FLUIDIC SPRINKLER TIMER

and:, single-again. All.ages are II LIQUID LOTION ." "t. ';III i CABINET. \ 'N.' .. '41'.o. ::.- Reg.11.99.. .,' ,I
welcome. This is a totally new concept .u.oz... -469 ..oz. .::--.;, Reg. I''.. Reg. 1I.SS 7.99
in Sunday School, and all are invitedto Priced .. .. ... (I Priced Ida ......99* ,...',n I 28.SiveS.OO"Pecanstyle"" ..2499 II \ w svAntacldlowsodium I 14.88
attend least
at once. I d
Sklnconditieninglo finish. I
Once more the Faith in the Art Limit
tion. Limit 1 Solld-coreconstructlon / I
series will begin Sunday, Jan. 31. The
guest artist will be Mrs. Alice Hudson
The concert will include some ol I I %"x50' I
the favorite gospel music along witt NEUTROGENA ROUGHNECK MELNORPULSATING

many This planned first performance for the future amort, wit! I\ I Ii 1 CREAM. I Ret.. 1188 No.1830 No./sro "799
.i -149 aoz.s.i 1.,0 .. g88
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begin at 7:30: in the sanctuary. A .AL R.p. 12.e1
nursery will be p.m.provided.A Priced. ....... I tt Priced* .......199 I Designed for yearsof .r'I S.v.3.1 .. ......... .... R.put.ra.99............? fl
While service In all weather.
quantities 1
big warm welcome is extendedto Limit 1ASCRIPTIN For very,chapped Snap-on lid. Rubber vinyl hose. Nylon reinforced. Even water distribution healthy
our new church secretary, Sylvia I hands. Limit 1 I 1-'-' I Coils easily. grass. I

Kroll. "Welcome Sylvia." .,'
Registration for the men's church ..., !
w ,
Softball team is underway. Please / 1 .
contact the church office as soon as l MISS BRECK :
possible if interested. Anyone age 16 I SHAMPOO-IN II ROSE PETAL 12"OUTOOORTHERMOMETER l BLACK& DECKERl"\
or older is encouraged to join. TABLETS" HAIR COLOR v OILLAMP 2? 40 0 CORD. 8WI ,, .
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nursery provided.Wednesday _
: 10 a.m. Bible Study, I I i l\
conference room; 3 p.m. Youth Club,
Younger Children's Choir; 3:45: III 'REVLON III BLACK A DECKER I

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"Something Beautiful," "The King Is -
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treat, our Chlldrens Choir will also be
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the First Baptist Ambassadors,Adult : '"- '_
Ensemble and Childrens Choir. There I == 4 :
will be: a wide variety of soloist, duets, i Q ''Ir.e.
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Jackson: and Maury as Educators" at Pharmacy
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January meeting held'Wednesday.
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Tornado Talkby Sweetheart Dance on Feb. 13. Watchfor those students with limited basic FFA Contest at Interlachen High June, and needing financial aid,
details! skills as well as those students who School,on Friday,Jan.15. Those that should pick up the Standard Application -
are functioning at all levels. The represented our chapter are: form from Mrs. Aljeta in the
Vickie Carver On Tuesday, Jan. 19, the semester class is tenatively scheduled to begin Freshmen: Chuck Goodowns, Gor- Guidance Office. ANY student can
change began. Only a few more by February 1, although it could startas don Smith Vickie Thomas. apply for financial aid-it is worth a
weeks to got early as January 19, if the enroll- Sophomores: Randy Alvarez, Robert try The deadline for financial aid applications
-- ment required is met. It is open to all Carver at some schools is March 1,
Thought for the week: The girls softball team is in the process students over 16 on a half-day basis. If Juniors: Lori Allen, Tommy Crosby, 1962. Please do this early, for your
Lord help me to remember that should be made payable to Jack of reorganizing for the new you have questions, or are Interested Darrin Hardee.Yancey Miller. own benefit. This one standard form
'nothing can happen today., Williams Company year. All girls interested should con- In the course, you should contact They did a teriffic Job. Go FFA for financial aid is the student' application -
that You and I cannot handle. The tact the girl's coach. Dianne Westcott, the instructor, as for three types of aid: The
FCA (Fellowship of Christian soon as possible. On Jan. 19, the student body BEOG (Basic Grant, Florida Grant,
Seniors... Athletes) will continue to meet at the The Vocational Center is starting a members that had registered votedon and financial aid at the chosen school.
'Wednesday, Jan. regular scheduled time. Each Wed. new course called Landscape Operations Mrs. Anne Miller's Bookkeeping II ratifications for the school Con With this form, you fill out only one
order 27, seniors may at 8 a.m. in the Library. This course will be a part of the class will be glad to complete your income stitution. The Student Council has form.
place an for
a cap and gown for Anyone In- Horticulture Department and will tax return. If interested, bring been working hard preparing for this
'graduation. The Company will be at terested In attending is invited. The meet from 12:05 to 2:15 3:10( W-2 form and '
the High School from : or : p.m. your any records of Interest important school referendum. The Welghllirting team had a
Seniors will be 8:3011:30: : a.m. only requirement is that you wish to depending on busing and other fac earned from a savings accountto match in Macclenny on Wed.,Jan.19.
'and cap. Cost for measured both will for be a 850.gown fellowship with other Christians. tors. The class will offer job training room 1506. Any Senior planning on attending a On Wednesday,Jan.27.they will be at
Each extra tassle leading to areas of groundskeeperand junior college state university, or BHS. competing against Ocala
is 250. Checks The.Junior Class is planning a gardner. It will accommodate The BUS
FFA attended the District technical school after graduation in Vanguard. Keep pumping, guys I1!

Campus Capers...
Happy Birthday to: Harriet
Davis, and "SureShot"HopeJackson.

AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE All Humanities students wish Mrs
Hilda Dey the Happiest Birthdayever.
Her nobel simplistic style, and
I SUPERB OWL I her quiet grandeur, make her such a
great teacher. Happy Birthday, and
m we all love you, Mrs Dey.

, I' I We have several new students at

Craig Smith, a sophomore, and Lisa
Stray a junior. Welcome to Tornado

? In January the student body will
% be ratifying the Constitution. II you
were absent during the scheduled
@. registering week, or if you have needto
I I TDK I amend and request the opportunity
_. J'lTA',,' to register,you must get in touch witha
i student council member for details.

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The end of the first semester and
I 2-LITER I of the grading period. Jan. 18.
PEPSI FLAVOR ROASTPEANUTS DORITOS I Teacher Planning Day., no schoolfor
with students, Jan. 25.

09 12-OUNCE Q oc -.H.H88t; 2-6 HOURS % health Mrs.class Ann has Baker's been studying fifth grade the
1 1699 25 OFF
III Sal ;;: II Reg. II body systems. To learn more about
Sal* *
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Refreshing beverageinshatterproof Dry roasted.No sugar or oil added. Your choice of assorted types.Limit video tapes play from 2-6 REGULAR RETAIL PRICES \ pig lungs.
bottle. Limit 2 Limit 1 hours. Cholceofmen's&ladles'styles. Faith Williams' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Williams, obtainedthe
lungs for the class to examine.
II II ASSORTED -- II The students became actively in-
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JEU.O OLD ELPASO PROCTOR SILEX ._ rouailmca PACK 9 OF 9/9/12 ". .' PORTA FILE." ing them up with. straw. They were
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; YOUR CHOICE., ,..r 399' system.
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Choice of assorted (fJ Priced .foR 12 check or legal size. Regulardcheckflavors. class had a spelling bee and Tim
I Brews210cups I 91. 25, 259 style. Tan color. Lewis the winner.. Disbrow
I Limit 3 J ..., Packof 12 shells, Keeps N,". hot NO. MM5124 I was Lacey
or 8-02. mild,, sauce was (the runnerup.To
LEPAGE improve vocabulary and spelling -
II III INVISIBLE I ,'. EVEREADVAA'HEAVY Mrs. Baker hopes to have frequent -
TAPE -'f .ten DUTYBATTERIES contests. During the week of
VI900NO.S910Reg. ;. ;, sI Jan. 11, Faith Williams was the spelling .
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JOLLYTIME :;.jQ $ WESTBEND 63* 0, T119Used/ r Elaine Wood's fifth grade
POPCORN 1 'Po" CRISCOOIL I continues to play their "Know YourAmerica"
1-POUNDBAO 0 38-OUNCE II For most of your for toys, game with the
Regular eft" Regular 2.19 R'lIul.rU..1I radios & more.
& needs. "Americans"
sealing team again the winner.
1.1. 39C nt .... 169 9..* -1-199 / Members of the team are Peggy Pet-
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/ Widener, Rhonda Nettles Chris Sim
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I "R' C ... I I mond.The category was "Presidents of
: \: : the United States." For the next two
weeks they will be studying the 50
?QUEEN SIZE PACKOF100 FOAM..OUNCE. '. states. Thanks to the parents who are
LAP TRAY PAPERPLATESRegular DR I QCUPS", I Y I I helping their children at home.
Ao SO Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's fourth
/ R.gul.r2.1111 1.19 Regular 79 I I grade classes are studying Florida
.19.? le 88* r'R= 9.N .49 CERAMIC history and the Seminoles. In connec-
Priced' Priced Priced ...... tion with this study, Mike Ripplinger
31etalconstruc' .As's6stedcolors& Economical'plates L. Forpartlespicnics '--' ASSORTED VALENTINE
FIGURINES brought some Seminole garments
patterns. for no-fuss .meals. .- & meetings Thrifty' ) SJ.. I PLUSH ANIMALS Ie. jewelry, a doll and photographs.Mike's .

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S 25 99 99 / minister, worked with the SeminolesIn
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REGULAR PRICES To Watch for an interesting PTA
A delightful assortment of hand- Choose from our large selection of meeting in February. The programwill
00Mi"J J decorated accent pieces cuddly puppies, bears & more. feature the Physical Education
Department, under the direction of
P.E. instructors, Miss Gayle Lee and
:-a-- I PALMERGIFT n I Mr. Buddy Revels, in a dance program
-- -- involving all grades.On
HEARTSP" Feb. 12 the Bradford County
I Elementary Schools will go to Lawtey
CONAIR1500 WATT NORELCO SHARP MEMORY S-OZ. for speedball competition 9 a.m. to

No.9L-319 3/1.00 ..... fifth graders taped an"It.s
No.055 11" 999 .,, Elementary" Television show on
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settings. case. With_ wallet.Reguleria.99 I Channel 4, Feb. 6, at 11:30 a.m.
MON CHERI 1> I Games and participants are:
.. The Memory. Game Yvonne

Regular 1.19 29 : I Bobo.Spelling or Grammar Patrol .

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t. Imported from Italy.Chocolate .
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VALENTINE Inside Oats and Answer Ball. Billy -
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phones. Hl/Lo tone control. safety switch. students will have lunch with their
teachers and chaperones at Wendy's.On .
Arbor Day, Friday, Jan.'15.

OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY10 to ',7. the Mrs.three Charlene'Kindergarten Ernis. Mrs.classes Beulah of

Sale Prices good thru Sat. Jan. 23rd Lennon and Mrs. Laurie Mullins participated
in a tree planting
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. Bradford Square under the supervision and with program much

help from County Forester David Nor

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Hot Stuff

Stun Baker CountyIt

mark entering the The rocking marked the second
was a busy and momentous week sported a 9-1
) for the Tornado wrestling squad. match. But 7 matches were left and such incident in Macclenny this year,

First they met rugged District Macclenny strength is in the upper as the Tornado freshman football

} 5-AAA powerhouse Live Oak and surrendered weights. team was rocked by a smaller Mac-
quietly 51-15 last Thursday. Baker's Doug Raulerson (10-4)( and clenny throng after a game in the fall

The next night both the outcome and Grady Henderson (11-3) stopped the

the intensity level were vastly different Tornado roll with wins at 141 and 148, Pierce McDuffie Stay Hot

as BHS stunned rival Baker Raulerson's win coming over an Tornado 101-pounder Tom Pierce

County 38-35 dealing the Wildcats only injury-weakened Larry Saucer, but in and 135-pounder Michael McDuffie

their second loss against 9 wins. the match that may have turned the continued to lead BHS wrestlers with

The match featured heated verbal ex- tide Bradford's first-year varsity victories against GHS Tuesday night!

changes between wrestlers, coaches, wrestler Teddy Bresee fought to a 6-6 Pierce followed up his win against
and fans from the two schools and draw with Baker ace Eric Hair ((12.2), Macclenny's Cook with a third period

then nearly erupted into a brawl when Bresee's tie denied the 'Cats six pin of Gainesville's previously

BHS won on a controversial pin by points they counted on at 158 and probably unbeaten John Kushner (11.11 to go to

\ freshman Donald Thornton in the was the key to Bradford victory 12.2.1 for the year while McDuffie

rt.,\,. night's final match. scored an 18-4 superior decision
'. Tuesday Bradford nearly pulled off expected the Wildcats rallied against GELS to move to 132.

an even more sizable upset, buildingup back, winning the next three matchesto Those two, coupled with Billy Green

-.. a 32-16 lead against undefeated turn a 32-17 Tornado edge into a ((11-4)), Larry Saucer ((9-3-1)), and Ted-
.,., # Gainesville before succumbing 40-32 35-32 Baker advantage that set up the who had and
,., "" dy Bresee (3-3-1) pins,
r ,- against GHS's upper-weight power.All unlimited finale with all the weight on Curtis Jones ((3.2), who won a 3-2 decision

$ that left Coach Cole Childers' the shoulders of BHS freshman gave the Tornadoes their 32.16

Tornadoes with a 4-8 team record Thornton and Baker footballer Brian edge after the 158 pound match

heading into the final two matches of Yarborough. With the crowd roaringin meaning BHS had to win just one of

the regular season a Monday, Jan. anticipation the two heavyweights the remaining 4 matches to cop the

r :.1w"', 1l pt 25, road trip to Clay and a home-mat locked up. Thornton got the first victory. But the Tornadoes forfeitedat

4 finale against Lake City (3-5) Friday, takedown, and when Yarboroughtried 170, where Kenny Bright is out with

Jan. 29 at 7:30. to reverse out with just 39 an injury and GUS scored pins in the
'' } r The Macclenny match was the most seconds gone in the match, he rolled last three classes to pull the victoryout.

exciting event of the week, the into the controversial pin that turnedthe .

season, and probably the sports year BHS gym into a mob scene. .
.HS 77lot.
at Bradford High School. Just to beat The referee, who contended that Coln.lvlll. .
P'IICII'' ( ) pin Kuihno 41S t0tvbb. ((01) dot
the Wildcats, who proudly entered the Yarborough rolled himself into a pin 10..... 'IS >: 11$. CHUN (I.) pin Clark, I:ItMl; ".n.
match with a !9-1 dual meet record while Thornton was still in control, ((0)) 17.I do D..'": II- JONES |I') dol lorocco 1' tit
:. J JA against Bradford's 3-7, was stunning.But seemingly was out the door as his MlDUFFIf (S) dot. Sir. 114: HI- SAUCES {1" pin

44 ... ISS SIESEtS
Lo". 1 04.: US H.li((0))pin Colomon :11'
the wild fiasco finish, and the hand hit the mat, and Baker Coach ( ) pin Hook. IS: 170Soothby (101) won '.....11. ISSMimlian
events leading up to it, were even John Read and Tornado boss Cole ((01| pin Spoil M-: : J2Soono ((0)) pin' Pfoilor.
more shocking. Childers were in tow right behind 4 13.: Unl. Motion ((0)) pin' Thornton (q)
'./' -,
'' Bradford it to the visitors him. They left behind a gym full of Insults -
l .'H, .. put JV ntolclioi! Ill- H..ly ((0)) pin' N. Colomon 1 I]
( MI
: \"' ,__ without warning, bolting out to a 30.6lead accusations, profanity, and
as Tom Pierce Billy Green, Cur- threats... but no punches. At one IHS IS Moc tis Jones, and Michael McDuffie point, after being ushered out of the 101DICCS (q| won loH.lt: ID- PIEUCI (.S) pin Cook
Pin Is Like an Eject Button... and 4 54: 111- Glv.nl (M) pin Nuo.nl 2 47': I]] CKEIN (IS)!
the Baker team
scored victories by pin after Tony gym, County .. I 1 OS 139
pin Twin. 4 II: !> JONES ( ) pin llollof
'Everybody's Out of Their Seats... Diggs took a forfeit at 101. Pierce following rushed back in, saying the MiDU'FII |I') pin L.. t 4*: I.'. D .. I..n [Ml dot

I Curtis Jones' pin in the 126 pound match against Wright Teddy Bresee, Roland Coleman Joy Nugent who ran his record to 11-2, earned the final match was to be re-wrestled. But sawn S.1.: ,.,. H.nd.r.on (M) pin Colomon ,:44. USSIESII

Macclenny-Baker shot the Tornado bench off their chairs. Coach Cole Childers. and Timmy Nugent third-period decking against Baker'sfine that proved to be only a problem- lorl.ll: (n HI-) ond Clbbt Holf ((M M))tlo boot t S:Spoil ITO Johnon by d.I.?(M I",) won 11].

Pictured are. from left to right David Frazier Kennyin freshman Todd Cook who starting rumor as the visitors had to Th...., (Ml) pin' Proll.r, 1:21': Unl THO'NTON (1( pin'
be cleared out again minutes later. oulorion ll*.

The night's hostility didn't end .
IV: ,". Twlno (M) pin' N Colomon S 14 USileulomlro
there the Baker followers
as County
(MI) pin' Wldonor' 47.Ii. .

I Clay Baker County Push Tornado Cagers to 012The arrived Tornado back basketball in Macclenny team left before from the a '..O.h 53. lusts

game with the Wildcat cagers When 101OIOCS(S)won lorf.lt, ;: 101- "' "..(LO) doc P...".
1410: llo- Wo.lllnalon (LOT| d... ".,.n'. I II] WolnwrlghtflOl
the BHS bus pulled out "they were out ( ) do<. Croon SO: 139 Fooglo ((101) pin' JonoiII
there waiting on us," as Tornado *: '::16. McDJMIIISI' ( ) pin' Allon 4 4S 141. SAUCE III,
Tornadoes ran into a pair of od! Green Cove. BHS played as good a Sampson, who was making his first Howe canning 6 of 9 shots in a 15 point, basketball coach Mike Sexton said. .... O5...n 12.7: 14*. Non (LOp.n) Colomon' 1 11 I tSlobs. .
rivals who are enjoying fine seasons first half as it has all year Coach Mike appearance of the year, scored 7, 11 rebound night but the rest of the Rocks were tossed at the bus, break- ...((101) pin Sioioo :9S 171 WolnwrlghtlO' ( )won

Clay High and Baker County and Sexton said but Clay's 31-22 halftime While the Tornado wrestlers were Tornadoes were off the mark ((38 per- ing out windows and splintering glass f.....,...,: II!.*.Unl.A.).,McCullort(IO) pin Spoil(((0) pin SS Thornton 114 Allon It(to) pin

came out on the short end of the stick bulge spread to 54-30 after three stunning Baker County 30-35 in Starke cent as a team) and Baker sliced around the inside of the bus. No one p. : :

both times to slide to 0-12 on the year. penods as turnovers hurt BHS. last Friday the Wildcat cagers, who through the BHS defense like the pro- was injured. IV: I3tAllon (tO) pin' Wid..., 4 }1

With win number one still the first "We were moving the ball well and are 9-3, were putting it to the Tor- v..rhi,1. ___.__ _hr\t.__ knife.m___ thrnti0h_m __ __ hntter__n__ _

priority BHS will take the courts Fri- we were moving well in the first half. nadoes with an 83-55 blistering in rodlord ((4S), Thomoklnt' I.)-11. Mowo 2.'.S Oo.l. ._. __ __.__ __ ____._._____.h.____'__ ,..-.-- .
day at home against St. Augustine, aVeanrmat .WtWUQ percenUiSexton. & But,.-Macclenny. BUS was never in the D-D-.. Soil 0.... ...... 4.0.., .....p..n 1-1-7. TOTAlSl' '
jusToKTsHir by Bradford baa shot selection in the second half game as it failed to get a shot off its 171741Ssodtord

54-51 in the season opener. Game timeis led to worse results. first 8 trips down the floor and found II II I IS 41
8 p.m. with a JV contest precedingthe Eddie Thompkins again was a shin- itself down 16-0 midway through Clay High It IS 23 II 72 $S Floriland Realty

varsity tilt. ing star in defeat, hitting 19 points on period one.Thompkins. .,......,. ((55))l ThompklnlMO.. Howe 6.3-'IS, ..11 Phone ]
Last week Clay, which is ranked 8 of 17 shooting and hauling down 15 and Kevin Howe both lit. Caorfmon 0..... '..nh 3-1.t. Plocco 2.'., C..".. s 964-7700

third in class 2A with a 12-2 mark, ran rebounds, exactly half of Bradford'stotal had good offensive nights Thom 0.rodford.-... TOTALS, II ,.It SS. II II 14 If SSokorCo. 393 N. Temple Avenue. Starke. Fl

away from the Tornadoes after of 30. Donnie Banks was 4 of 6 to pkins hitting 9 of 17 floor shots in a 20 212 IS 11 IS _

halftime to score a 72-45 win Tuesday .chip in 8 points, and sophomore Kevin point rebound. performance and Foulod out' Goodman (IMS). ".,e.. (IMS). BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY TALK TO A REALtOR! I


Nice 2 bedroom brick homo on lake Kcytonc or,'a

I Legal! Notices! **. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S4S0,00 month.
3 acres; SSSOO.OO.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, and MILDRED R. ELLIOTT, Office Drawer C, 88 degrees 45'00" West Clara Mae Sharpe; United States Marshal, The Board has a right 10 acres .. SIB 000.00.

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR or. the Plaintiffs and Gainesville, Florida, on 176.60 ft., thence North 0 Florida Bank at Stark; Middle District of to relect all bids., Articles 33 acres S15000.00.00
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN TIMOTHY R. WILKERSONand or before March 3, 1982 degrees 23'00" West and General Motors Acceptance Florida. and vehicles/ be 60 acres S100.000
AND FOR BRADFORD LOU ELLEN WILKER and file, the original' with, 150,00 ft., thence South Corporation. may Some financing on ocrooge
Ernst D. Mueller seen at the Bradford :? bedroom houso, with 5 acres. designed for true family ,
COUNTY SON his wif. are theDefendants the Clerk of this Court 88 degrees 45W East Defendants. Assistant United States County Barn living. By appointment only.
CIVIL ACTION ; twill sell to either before service onPetitioner's 17960 ft. to the Point of Court No. 81.116.Civ.J.B) for
Attorney. Attorney Gilbert S. Brown 3 bedroom house with" 2 acres near city limitt Hat
CASE", 'NO.'PI 81466CACHARUVi. the highest_ bidder for attorney or Beginning.has NOTICE OF SALE Plamtilf Clerk owner financing.

( PATTI ,..' ,. : cash In the lobby at the immediately, thereafter; been filed, againstyou Notice is hereby given 128. 2.11. dt chg Board of CountyCommissioners Mechanically minded own your own repair bunnet
{ East door of the Bradford otherwise a default may and requiredto that
Plolnhir be entered you ore pursuant to a Final ............................ .........- Call for derails.C .
i. 44 County Courthouse In against you serve a copy of your Judgement entered on 1.21 1-28 21 chg 3 bedroom trailer, on I acre.
vs '
MARY.ANN PATTI. Stark Florida on for the relief demandedin written defenses, if any December 21, 1981 by INVITATION TO BID I acres for trailer, with polo septic tank and well

DefendantNOTICE February 16, 1982 the the petition to II, on the Plaintiff's, at. the above entitled Court The Board of County Ads I.6S acres across from Waldo Flea Market.

OF SUITNOPpOPERTY following described proparty WITNESS my hand and torney whose none. and in the above styled Commissioners of Brad. Classified I.IS acre fronts on St. Road 100 $3500 00

set forth In the seal of the Court at address is: cause, the undersigned ford County will, receive Get Results Evenings": Pleato Call

TO: Mary"Ann Patti: Ad. Order of Final Judgment Starke, Bradford County Harry M. Hobbs P.A. 725 United, States marshal or sealed bids on pick-up, V >rnio Odom, Broker
dress Unknown/ to:wlt: Florida the IIth day of East Kennedy Boulevard any of his duly authorized trucks and other vehiclesup BRADFORD GRI, Phone 964.5476.

YOUI.'ARE HEREBY One ((1)) lot fifty ((50)) January 1982.GILBERT Tampa. Florida 33602 deputies will, sell the until, February 2. 1982at 'COUNTY J.R. Kelly Associate-. ___

NOTIFIED }that an action feet by one hundred S. BROWN and file, the original with property situate in Brad 10.00 a.m. at the Brad. TELEGRAPH .

for Dissolution of Mar.riag. ((100)) feet bounded on Clerk of the the Clerk of the above ford County, Florida lord County Born 964.6305 "

.:,ha. been ,iffiled the South By lot formerly Circuit, Court styled Court on or before described as: ERR

against you and you ore owned by R.R. Thede, on By: Beulah Moody February 18, 1982; otherwise A parcel of land lying
required" to serve a copy the West by on alley on As Deputy Clerk a Judgement FAULKNER
maybe in the SW I 4 of SW Coma See Us.We've .
of written defenses the East Slat Street
your by 1/21 4tchg2/t entered
if ... ........ ..... against you I'4 of Section' 22. Changed Our Name
any to It, on the plaintiff and on the North by land -- for the relief demandedIn 6 RERLTY3G450G5
Township South
whose nometqncj paV, formerly owned by R.F. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF the Complaint Petition Range But Not Our Service
22 East Bradford Coun
dress is Charles A: Polll, Nolan. In the City of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
NO. :78275O. P.O. Box Lawtey, West of Railway CIRCUIT OF THE STATE ty. Florida/ : said, parcel 111.k
WITNESS hand and being,
Florida. my particularly
Lawtey. In Section 23, Township S OF FLORIDA. IN AND $15,500
32058 and filethe the seal of said Court on described as follows:
original with the cl.rk of South. Rang. 22 East, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. January 1.. 1982.CIL8ERT Commence at the 2 Income producing home In Stark. Both are rented.
Original Town of Lawtey. CIVIL ACTION MID
the above styled court on S. BROWN Southwest corner of' said $85,000
as mapped and platted STATE HOMES INC., a 221 I lofayoito St. Across from Wishbone.
or before February B, CLERK CIRCUIT Section 22 and run 116 feet frontage on U.S. 301 South Star.....
on the Public Records of Florida corporation $22,500 OFFICE HOURS:
1982; otherwise a judge COURT Easterly along the
ment may be entered Florida.Bradford County, Plaintiff vs. JULIE MOR By: Marlon McRae Southerly'' boundary 3 bedroom 2 bath family home with range and Monday Friday 9 -5 Saturday 9. '12 noun

against for the relief RIS Defendant.' No. Clerk refrigerator. Walk to downtown.
you Deputy thereof
Dated this 18 day of more Office for Rent
82.25. Space
demanded in the complaint January. A.D., 1982. _.... 1 1.2.tchl"3' : !. or less, to the Easterly $32,500
or petition. NOTICE OF SUIT 2 bedroom retirement home, excellent location. Walk to
Gilbert S. Brown FICTITIOUS boundary oi Old towtey
WITNESS my hand and To: JULIE MORRIS Bradford Square. NEW LISTINGS
Clerk of Circuit Court NAME STATUTE Road; thence North 0
the seal of said, Court on whose residence Is $10,000
Byr Beulah MoodyAs STATE OF FLORIDA degree 07' East alongsold
December 29. 1981.Gilbert unkown. YOU
ARE. 2 bedroom frame 1 .
paved road approximately acre.Hendymop.
S. Brown Deputy Clerk HEREBY NOTIFIED that COUNTY OF BRADFORD. Easterly boundary, Where Are You' HWY 301 North acerago with con. blk. homo. Ideal for

Clerk of Said Court 1/31_2tchg 1/28 an action to foreclose on The undersigned 600 It; thence North 89 $72.000 business or farm. Good commuter distance Jacksonvilleor ,
Beulah Moody -- under oath, : It is the degrees 39' East 300 Gainesville.TWO .
COURT says
By: IN THE CIRCUS I Agreement for Deed on Just Reduced) 3 bedroom 2 bath home on "Sampson
feel Priced in 5.0..
Deputy Clerk Intention of the undersigned to P08. From POB LARGE homos with oversized yard
OF EIGHTH ,the 'following properly in lake", fireplace, central Heat and air.
FLORIDA. thus continuo'North Frame in Needs
-Ol: .tchJ! 01.28 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN Bradford _County as tale proprietor described $4.500 HOME or INVESTMENT property town.
to In 89 degrees 39'East. some repair. Good location,
IN"CIRCUIT COURT, Florida to wit) engage a lots Bessent bnd
AND FOR BRADFORD Building on Road. City water sewer.
business enterpriseunder 58.28 feet to the NICE HOME in country with FOUR ACRES. Kitchen appliances -
EIGHTH JUDICIAL COUNTY, .FLORIDA That certain piece, $6.250
Westerly boundary included.
COURT. IN AND FOR CASE NO, 82.3 parcel or tract of land the fictitious name 1 1/4 acre parcels on Bessent Road. Nice tree.
of REGISTER OIL COMPANY the right of way of a WELL ESTABLISHED Income producing property Owner
situate and
COUNTY lying
BRADFQRD In the matter of the being apart
street thence North
FLORIDA. CASE NO: of Elisabeth of .those certain whose principal ; 7 ASSOCIATES financing.
adoption place of busines I I. 302 degrees 49' East, along II'-, *. ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE 3 BR 2 BA, stucco and
81-241 CA. lands described in Deed
Grace Payne, Melissa Terry A. Golnes-7oI-3 IB Key C.Waters-44-4f'
: South said Westerly boundary stone. Family roam w fireplace. Double garage
Thompson Street
BETTY LANE HOCKETT: Ann Payne.'Ond Charles record In Deed Book 67 Undo W. Jahn.'U.091 Ilabby'.Sml'h.'U.76U
Slorke. Florida. 101.02 feet to the TWENTY ACRES hwy 301 frontage largo two story home,
MARGARET R. McSWAINand 449 of the Public
Ray Payne page Eileen Stanley-473-3045 Ann W. Godwln-44-5oS 1
Freeman Register, III Southerly boundary of LARGE LOT excellent location. Beautiful 17SO squarefoot
MILDRED R. ELLIOTT. Petitioner: John Records of Bradford Patsy Low.on-'U.27 Norman Hedding-f /-S144
Address is: 302 South the right of of Don. brick home. Dbl. gorogo.POOL. .
Plaintiffs, v*. TIMOTHYR. Hansford Payne. County Florida, and said way Philip W. Clork.ItE..tTOItgntu21'
WILKERSON and LOU NOTICE. lands .being port of the Thompson Street no Street' ; thence South 1 3/4 acre with beautiful, brick home on Botsonl
his Starke. Florida 32091.. 89 39' West Road. 9*. ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE
ELLEN WILKERSON. To: Robert L. SaV'., North 1. 2 of the SW 1/4 degrees
wife defendants. address unkown. of the NW 1/4 of Section Sworn to and .ub.crib..d along ,lost aforesaid VERSATILE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 beside' Cour,

NOTICE OF SALE You are notified that 28, Township 6 South to before m* this 13th Southerly boundary, thouse. So.500. Good owner financing.

PURSUANT TO CHAPTER the obove named Petitioner. Rang 22 East of said ,day of January. 1982. 71.82 'feet: thence South

45 John Hansford county and being more James V. Walker 0 degrees 07' Wed 100 .

Notice l I. given that Payne has filed a Peti- particularly described as Notary Public. Slat of feet to POB. NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES INC. REALTORU.S. FOR RENT

pursuant to a Final Judgment tion In the abovestyledCourt 'follows: Comrnence at Florida at Large My at public outcry to the 2 BR house toke Butler; 2 BR house Sfark:

of Foreclosure for the adoption of the Northwest corner of Commission expires: highest and best bidderfor 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231 Trailer Space BoyUss Hwy: Apartments, ; Office
dated December 21 the minor children named said SW 1/4 of 'the NW April 29. 1985. cosh at the hour of Space,
1981, In Case No. 81-241 In' that Petition and 1/4. thence East '58.00 121211, 4t chg 12.00 o'clock noon on.
CA of the Circuit Court of ft., thence South 100.00 March 5. 1982. at the AMERICA'S NUMBER 1
you or. commanded toserve UNITED STATES DISTRICT Hawses and Apartments For Rent
the Eighth Judicial Cir fr., thence East 50.00 ft., front door entrance of TOP SELLER
a copy of yourwritten COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF Property Management Services
cuit In and for Bradford
thence South 30,00 Bradford County'Courthou.
defenses.' If any FLORIDA JACKSON. .CENTURY 21f- Appraisal
County. Florida In for a point beginning, .. at Starke,
J. Randall VILLE
BETTY LANE HOCKETT. on Hoop.. thence DIVISON. Florida dated January It.t C.nsu.y" it S..i.Is_.C..p.n is _S..16e NA.. ..,TMtrodomotbl Susan M. ..Faulkner-RIAITOR-T.
MARGARET R. McSWAIN Petitioner's attorney continuing South United Slot of 18 ,1982. of Gonftoy" II tool. litoto Clr.- ".". ilm.d In U t A Irene 1. Faulkner. REALTOR-ASSOCIATt-'t4-SU2
whose address Is Post 150.00 ft., thence North America. Plaintiff) vs.I EACH OFFICE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED. Lucille S"LISMAN.'U..20I
Michael E. Remanciuk. s_ H.vU.e cep we.nlry.' Spry-BROKfR



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Cooney Wins Coaches Bowden, Pell


; Tennis Singles 11 M r? Coming to Starke

After 19 weeks of play in the
Starke Women's Tennis League the
top 6 finishers in the singles league For Banquet Talks

lined up just like they are in the pic ,
ture at left. -. A Ar
From left to right they are, sixth No, Starke doesn't boast of a 6-2,210 pound sprinter- "" .
placer Gwen Gray, 5th placer Pam speed running back but still, smack-dab in the heartof
Johns, 4th placer Loretta Ross, 3rd football recruiting season, the state's two best-
placer Marie Wynn, runnerup known college football coaches will be coming to townin
Phyllis Huggins, and undefeated a space of three weeks. '
champion Ella Cooney. The girls FSU's Bobby Bowdep .and Florida's Charley Pell
received their trophies last week to 1 1k : are lined up as guest speakers for a pair of big ban-

18 girls, the most yet, played in the { i wJ quets upcoming at the Starke Golf and Country Club.
league this time around. Plans are + Bowden headlines the annual Bradford High football .
for doubles play to start shortly with tt ; k e 4 J's banquet which is set for T.hursar.J! 28, at 7 p.m.:

two leagues -- divided by playing Ana fen win DC returningto
ability. Many of the women will still I J Starke Thursday, Feb. MILi
be hitting on Monday nights at the 18, for another edition of the
Pratt St. courts and any girls In- Starke Gator Quarterback
terested in playing in the Monday Club's annual yearendbash.
night doubles league can come by a Charley Pell!

sign up.Individual. The BIIS grid banquet,
won-lost records for the sponsored again this year by I the BHS All Sports Club
singles league were: 1) Ella Cooney v recognizes the Tornado football players andre

17-0. 2)) Phyllis lIuggins 15-2 (won .._. w' 1 cheerleaders.
playoff for second) 3)) Marie Wynn Advance-sale tickets a required and are
15-2 4) Loretta Ross 14-3 (won available through this lay, Jan. 23 at Sears,
playoff for fourth), 5)) Pam Johns Right Down the Line Top Tennis Players... Sawyer-Slade Gas, and Brett & Jerry's

14,a, 5)) Gwen Gray 12-5, Linda Cub- After 19 weeks of play in the Starke Women's Tennis placer Marie Wynn, runnerup Phyllis Muggins, and Tickets for the Pell banque. t, which are open to thePrlday.
bedge and Bobby Sue O'Brien 10-7, League this Is how the lop 6 finishers in the singles undefeated champion Ella Cooney. The girls received p uhlic' are "n Jai sale, for ...n*v th roug h r..a K I CL d
Becky Dobbins B-7, Lisa Alvarez 7-9, league lined up. their trophies last week in a presentation at the Pratt St, Bobby BowdenJessie: s Lounge ; d'Bi Wilson Uatth; Camber: of

Gloria Sapp 7-10, Rhonda Crawford From left to right they are sixth placer Gwen Gray, Courts, where they play on Monday nights. Commerce. Club members are expecting Pell to give I
6-11 Edith Sapp 3-14, Vickie Sparks 5th placer Pam Johns, 4th placer Loretta Ross, 3rd some inside scoop on Gator recruiting since his talk will come right after the na-
2-15. Kathy Hilliard 017. tional signing date.7)lddlaDyalJacliiafil .

I, Hawks ((4-0)) In Lead, Jackson's ((3-1)) Right Behind in Starke Men's Basketball

The Hawks staved off a challengefrom Knight added 16, Ron Moore 13, and In action last Friday Jackson's Alterman 16, Ken Life 14, Marty ) ( ) ,.., JACKtON(S4)i).Oral I.Jachian.Jan I t* llovall........1.Slblay .
the Die Hards, breaking out of a Perkins and Alderman 12 apiece for Building Supply knocked the DieHards Pressly 10, and Codgins 10 --as it built I t))Mark Ors.ldon.Y.I./roph(( .) ) I 113Mlk.Ch.ndl.rNowk. 171 1. Whit. 14. Thomas ..
26-26 tie to win a rough-house the winners while Darreli 0 Neal led Oil NARDS ((54)1) ulonon 1, lorry 10. lowl.f,MIL
out of their share of first place up an early lead before the Telgraph '0))Iruc.-Jed.onJ..k.an.( ) 130 choll .. ...R." e. Thamai.
going away 73-59 Monday night to St. Edwards with 22 and Jerry Wilson with a 56-54 decision while thellawks rallied back into the game in the se- Monday.Jon.IS
keep control of first place in the bagged 15.Jackson's. rolled on unbeaten with a 93-38 win cond half. Mark Graudons dominated LWCI(*ll) lllo' 14.Moor II Gaaalnll,Algarmanll. HAWKS (.'))1 C Chandlar S/. O Chandlor 1. M
Starke Men's Basketball League. St. Edwards Church. inside and Knight 14,. Frailly 1. Parklnl 12. C,.R"I.. 14 I. C .ndl.. 4. II. II,. I. T. Narrli a,
over LWCI notched play hit
19 for the losers
The Die Hards had suffered their moved to 3-1 with a 70-48 IT. IDWA.DIC'( *), Oumbar 4. O'R..I 12. Carian *. Manhanan 10 Janhlns. Jockion 13, o.m_. I.
win over the Telegraph as Curtis its first win of the season with a while Terry Hayes added 16, and Wllian IS.JACKSON'S. IT. lOWAKDI (CU)| ONool 12, Ion 3. Canon ..
first loss 56-54 to Jackson's
Building 68-63 win the David .
against Telegraph. Thigpen 15. Wilson I
Supply Friday night, so it's Jackson'snow White hit for 18, Buddy Paterson 14, Center Bruce Jackson tossed in'19 ((70)) ..k.... 3. '...... 10. Slbl., I. IWCI ((41)1) llto 14, Altarmon 14. Knight t, M.,. 0.
in second place in the league witha and Sam Bassett and Ronnie Thomas STANDINGS Whit. II. II...,.. 10 Parson 14 Pltihugh 4. Spain 4. Godolni 10. Frailly 10. Smith 1TfllCDAPH .
3-1 mark behind the Hawks 4-0. 10 each. Billy McRae used a halfcourt points and Curtis White added 14 asJackson's Hawk 4 0 TILICHAPH ((41)1)1 Cubbadaa. I T lgp.n'. Groudonl (tli) Cuabadgo, T I...... IS. '.R""."I,
shot at the buzzer to finish with 14 for overcame a 20-poini( night Job.en'.Dulldln0 1.1 10 H.,..4. Allan 4. McloaU.Jon.il, M....I, Craudant 15.H.,.. 14, Milliard 4.
Those two teams play the 6:30
: .
game by Jimmy Thomas of the Die Hards. DI.Hard I 1
the losers who also from
got 10 points
Monday, Jan 25, in another duel for Drew Barry was also in double LWCI 2.2
Mark Graudons.
league leadership. figures with 10 for the losers. St.Talograptl,fdword Church 0-1-3. 'Oldtimers' Get Ready !
In their win over the Die Hards the Chris Chandler exploded for 25 as

:\londay.Jan.18 Hawks were spearheaded by Chris the Hawks nearly reached the 100 HADING SCOHim BHS Baseball Reunion is Feb. 12
In the night's opener LWCI scoredits Chandler and Mike Chandler, who hit plateau. Mike Chandler added 14, D. I (b7IClvl.t7Ch.ndl.rNawk.avaraga. ) 1.0
( )
second straight victory, 83-49 over 21 and 18 points respectively. DieHard Jackson 13, and R. Hankerson 10 for 2)))Oarrall 0 Naal(St Idwo.d.) 1113)C
St. Edwards Church as Ken Fife guard Jimmy Thomas led all the winners while Darrell O'Neal pop- ) pumped in 24 points to lead 5 LWCI scorers with 24 and Drew Barry chip- ped in 22 for St Edwards. 4))Kob.rt. Holm(Ola Hardi) 170 by Tornado baseball coach Mike Hartley, will be held this year Fri-
players into double figures. Charlie ped in 14 for the losers. LWCI had 4 men in double figures 1))Ald. .. i(LWCI) 141 day, Feb. 12, at the BHS diamond and Oldtimers are needed to fill out the roster.
4))Jimmy ThomaDla( Hard) 143
Any Oldtimers- BHS graduates who suited up for the Tornado baseball team
during their high school days t. interested in playing should contact Ronnie
I Thomas or James Fender to get on the roster.
Santa Fe Halts Lady Tornado Basketball Winning StreakLorraine
Last year the Tornadoes swept a doubleheader from the Oldtimers, winning l
10-1 and 1-0, and went on to the winning baseball season in Bradford High .t
Alachua Santa Fe put the skids on a one and the Lady Tornadoes stole the (Bass) and it hurt Buchholza history -- a 19-7 year that included a District title and 10 victories in a row. Six
3-game lady Tornado win streak witha District 5-AAA ball and with 10 seconds to go called little." seniors graduated from that squad, which was just the second team in the last
51,,>0 overtime wig Monday night as Girls Records timeout to plan a last shot. The final Also, Jackson, who suffered 15 years of BHS baseball to enjoy a winning season. Gone are Kenny Clark, who
the BUS girls split 2 games last weekto GnlncivllU High 10.2 try never came. through one of her poorer shooting now plays pro ball in the Atlanta Braves organization, and Bill Goodge, who is ,
bring their overall record to 7-4 and BRADFORD 7.4 Clay double-teamed Jackson and nights despite hitting double figures playing at St. John's Community' College, along with Chuck'Johnson. Mark.
district 5-AAA mark to 23. District Alochuo Santo F. 7,5 took the ball away as time ticked off. again, went on an 8-point hot spurt in Williams David Sparks, and Mike Jordan. .
action continues tonight, Thursday, LIa Oak 4.4 .Tracy Hankerson had 8 points,all in ithe.third stanza that 'helped BHS tie Top returnees include All-Area pitcher Scott Allen swift outfielder Scott I fud'i t
Jan 21, us Bradford hosts district Buchhal 2.10 the fourth quarter rally for BHS the score 29-all heading into the fourth son, and senior infielders Clayton (Norman, Handy Parado, and Ricky! Sullivan. r
eellar-dwellar Gainesville Eastside Ea.tald. 1.7 while Berry had 7,6 coming In the rapt ", period. "That fired us up when Hope;
'l.7) for a 730; game BUS goes to period, and Bass 4. /.. fan off those points," Lee noted. 'If
class 2A neighbor Keystone Heights whe was shooting like she normally .- -,. --: .- '- -
Monday night, Jan. 25. 13-9 first quarter lead and were up Rally Beats BobcatsIn J does she might have had 40 points. .,.
:Missed free throws a plague all 28-21 by halftime and by 13 points at the win over Buchholi; (2-9)( ) last She came over and told me she wasn't "
season, came back to haunt the BHS one time but behind the shooting of week the" Lady Tornadoes had to going to shoot anymore but I just told ..
girls against Santa Fe. After hitting 6 Hope Jackson, who scored a career come back strong to pull the game out here the only way to break out of a : "
of 10 in a 38-36 win against Buchholz at high and school-record 31 to bring ,
points after falling behind 23-17 at half time. slump is to keep on shooting.
home Thursday the Lady Tornadoes her average to 22.8, BHS rallied "We had been the halfcourt The coach also praised sophomore : ;
1 connected on just 12 of 25 charity back into the fight. Jackson hurt her but they (running Buchholz) were drib- Vonda Kay Hall, who pulled down 11 : .
chances against Santa Fe, missing ankle in the game and was slowed bling press right through it," said Coach rebounds 9 off the offensive board, togo I a \J ; I.
numerous front ends of one-and-ones. considerably adding to the Bradford with her 4 .
points. "That was -
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things a differently : I In These
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Despite the poor markmanship and troubles. in the second half her best game as far as reboun .
despite the fact that forward Vonda BHS tied the game on free throws on the ball, with we put more andellUlllY'S ding," Lee said. Bass had 5 points for High Inflation
Kay I hall missed the trip and Lorraine and when Clay missed a shot at the pressure Hope Bradford. ':. .' .
Bass fouled( out, the Lady Tornadoes buzzer after holding the ball for the It Is Essential That
made a game of it against a Santa Fe last 40 seconds of regulation the game ''
team ( also 7-4) that was playing went into OT tied 4747. Clay went up 25 Not Enough! ,."'.. We Make .Our Dollars

without star center Felicia Black. 49-47 and 51-48 but Queenie Berry can- :'
The host Raiders jumped out to a ned 2 free throws to bring BHS within ..,.. .. ,. .
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Robert Bellamy the BHS JV'slost ,
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Area Residents give Bengals- Nod Over 49ers

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By Tony
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Who's it gonna be? ..' BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS

It's THE question that bettors across
the land are asking. Do you like the r
Cincinnati Bengals that team with the t YI Used Car Specials
funny helmets the team that wasn't w i (
even In existence when Green Bay beat
Kansas City 35.101n Super Bowl 1-or 1980 YW Rabbit Pickup (Like New)
do you prefer the San Francisco Forty \I
niners a traditional NFL team; the 1 $689500
Was $7495" NOW
bookie's, favorite, the team noted for 1t t ,.

taking a Heisman-wmning quarterback 1977 Olds Regency 4 Dr. (Loaded)
from Florida and making him the ,., 4
league's'highest-paid punter.
Who's it gonna be? Was '4495 NOW $3795
If local tans, prognosticators and '
"guessers" have anything to say aboutit Mike I\kCray: Scott llarvln f Ernest Allen 1918 Mercury Monark 2 Dr. (Clean)
it appears that the 'Cincinnati Bengals! : 28-21 Bengal! ; 33-21 I 49ers: 21-21

Bengals are going to be shoo-In winnersof __. __ .__ Was '4195 NOW $349500
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Superbowl XVI in Pontiac, MI. ..,.. ..
Sunday. ,,'" M i 1919 Chevy % Ton LWB 4 Speed

E+ Was $$5195 NOW $449500
lie late: "Montana's Hot;

1979 Plymouth Horison 4 Dr. (Clean)
San Francisco 24.10"Terry

Was '4695 NOW $419500

and Scott Harvin from 9M 1978 Pontiac Sunbird 2 +2 Hatch
Keystone see the Bengals' Cm Col- 4.
linsworth; a former Gator All- Was '3695 NOW $3195
American, as being"the diHerence" in ,
the big game. Terry predicts the f 1980 Chevette 4 Dr. 4 Speed Super Nice
Bengals by tour, 2117. Scott sees a
rout, Cincinnati winning 3521.
i $499500
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One of the few persons picking the Was 5495 NOW
49ers was former Tornado QB ('66-68)) vein carver Stewart Duncan Dale
Billy Belota "Montana's hot,"he says. 49ers: 35-27 Bengals:28-24 : 27.21 1977 Chevrolet Impala 4 Door
"San Francisco will win 2410." His"14
point spread was the largest of any. Was '3195 NOW $269500IN
favoring the 49ers.
Sisters Beth and Sharon Walrath
from Keystone are close in their predict
tions. Both see Cincinnati winning, ALD
Beth calling it 27-14; Sharon one point
better 2814. Incidentally, she was one
ot three persons picking the Bengals by / /
14 points.
Mark Williams, a Starke
i businessman madea"wild guess"and i. I S's 101 HCKTH rsoxa I.-1500
l picked the 49ers "in a low scoring .
, game 13-10." STARKE. FLORIDA I
Stewart Duncan from La wtey bases a J
28-24'Bengal win bY'virtue that "I've ,

! seen them (the Bengals) play.; Ihaven't r "" -I,
seen San Francisco"John
Beth Walrath
: Miller of Stark@\ predicts Frisco Vinnie Gagliano /
27-14 .
Bengals: .
by 13 r 3724. It was pointed out that Mr., Bengals: : 20-14 ,
I' 'I 'Miller! i.a DBliaft1nnwm)' ;;\ -*, >--",-,-,, """'" ""f'' ,Oh" '';';;''1-'r' "1A r-
Mike McCray of Starke predicts Cincinnati i
2821. ,
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Vinnie Gagliano, Dale Furlong and ,
Owls Prichard all from Keystone cast i
their lot with the Bengals: Gagliano /
calls ,it 20-14(' ; Furlong sees 27-21 and / /
Prichard says 33-24. '
;: Starke's Keith Kehoe noted that"Both =-
: teams are good," and gives a slight aKetch
:: edge to the Bengals in a high-scoring I r n .y
:: affair 28-27.Kehoe's one-point margin \-'
:, was the smallest.
:, Ronnie Murray of Hampton admitted. i -
:: she knew little about the teams involved u ( We re your one stop winter
r but forsaw a 49er win 24-12.
Elaine claims the Bengals : !
:: Ceilings Kenoe TerryllarvinBrngals'28.27 project headquarters ?,
:: will win it 17-12
Bengals: 2117Tasty
:: Starke's Ernest Allen says his money
:.1 Is on San Francisco. "I like the 49ers
by three points, say 24-21."

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the final. e''j: Super Bowl '82 $ Sunglasses Siding
"I want the Bengals to win," said
Lorna' Leasure of fetarke''But I think With Great Bar-B-Que 9 95
the49ers are gonna. take it"'She calls it.
Values and Prices
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$1290 ..4
Roy Wells goes with San Francisco, \ 500/0
147.' Saves Money on Heating Water

BUS sophomore Kelli Carver was onedmany'whol'eplied Off Per Sheet
"Who's playing?"

She deeded on theForty-niners'by' the Its 2x4 #2.8 Ft.
count of 35-2T 5

Here are just a few Dinners
One Interesting statistic was noted in Pineor
compiling this. Taking difference in &' "Y ou" can eat and enjoy
score that each fan predicted, for instance -
Scott Harvin's 33-21 prediction Super in a family style atmosphere d
would be a plus-14 for Cincinnati. Ad-
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: the Bengals, the sum is 96. Divide that .
All You Can Eat
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p Bengals ((12) and the average point- For ONLY Spruce
I difference is eight RIBS 10.99
t Do the same thing for the 49ers, and 1.99 Think of .
the numbers read: total point difference All You Can Eat 4tx8'x5/8" Reverse
: 64i; divided by the eight fans JacksonBuilding
Tea & Coffee Included
point picking the difference,49ers; equal of an average'eight CATFISH $5.99 $1 3 9 Board & Batten

All You Can Eat ea. PlywoodSiding
C e Supply

,, Deer Blamed in CHICKEN 4.99

Two Separate AccidentsGary If you purchase 15 Wt. or 30 Wt.
of these dinnersyou For All
Lee Daughtery. 27. of
Gainesville was traveling south on can have a Felt
CR-238, eight miles north of Lake Salad Bar -""...- Your Supplies $1490
Butler,Jan. when a deer crossed in
front of his vehicle. Daughtery hit the -.I $
I deer head-on. Far 99 9 9 8 Per Sheet

S Damage to Daughtery's 1978 Al 1so tae Eat roll
Toyota was according
Trooper B. A. Williams. '
Damage to the deer was not listed. 'II

I 'Jan. 14, Raymond Gordon Jennings o Folks coma on down For 'ONLY $499 I JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYx1/

I 20, of Lake Butler was going and take advantage Also be sure to ask for some of themFamous"Good
east on CR-239A hit a deer that ranacross of this Super Bowl value Ole Fashion Homemade lake Butler US 301 S. Starke Keystone Height scc
I the roadway into its ,
, Damage to Jennings' 197 path.MG was at the Tasty Cavel Bar-B-Que Baked Beans 6th Avenue 964.6078 Jet SR ::1I & 100

r $400. according to Trooper William o .s.w..496-3079 A, Quwll...-.,......... _,,0.._ 473.4973 ,J. *J

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Bryan Noegel; a daughter, Mary Hospital, Gainesville, followingan ex- Funeral Services were conducted Club, and the Clay County Council on She was survived by her parents, t
ObituariesBilly McNeill, Tallahassee; a son, Ronald tended illness. at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19 at the An- Aging. Larry and, Kathy Crawford
W. "Buddy" Noegel, Starke; three Mr. Woods was born and raised in tioch Baptist Church with Rev. Mar- Survivors include two daughters, Woodstock; one sister, La Raer
brothers Stanely Noegel and Gene Lawtey. He attended Bradford County cus Woods,and Raymond L. Estes,of Mrs. Carol-Ann Bellows and Mrs. Crawford; paternal grandparents,
Noegel Noegel both of Starke, and Roswe! School, and was the son of the late ficiating. Joan H. Hobart. both of Middlefield; Mr. and mrs. Ray Crawford, Lake -'
Dies TuesdayOwner Noegel, Ocala; six sisters, Shirley James Wesley and Jane Rowell Burial was in the Antioch Baptist 12 grandchildren and eight great Butler;' maternal grandparents Mr.
Parrott, Ft. Lauderdale, Dorothy Woods, former pioneer residents of Church Cemetery, with Archie Tan- grandchildren.A and Mrs:Paul Brown,Farwell Mich., A
of the 301 Liquor and Umstead, Okeechobee; Louise Davis, Bradford County. ner Funneral Home,Starke,in chargeof memorial service was held at 4 great grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. ..;
Lounge and former City Councilman Orlando, Frances Martin and Mary tie served in the U.S. Army and arrangements. p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 17, in St. Anne's A.J. Crawford, Lake Butler. ..:
William H. "Billy" Noegel, Jr., age Thomas, both of Pompano, and Max- returned to Lawtey,then, later movedto Episcopal Church, with Rev. Perry Funeral services were held Satur-
68, died in Alachua General Hospital, ine Hancock, Sanford; and four gran- Alachua where he owned and Jessie I. Hartley W. Collins, Pastor, officiating. Burial day, Jan. 9 at McPhersons Funeral?
Gainesville, Tuesday,Jan. 19,of com children. operated his farm until ill health forced Mrs. Jessie I. Hartley, 74, died will be in Keystone Heights Cemeteryat Home, Woodstock, at 10 a.m. Burial;,{
plications after a kidney failure. Funeral services will be held at 2 his retirement.He Thursday, Jan. 14, in Alachua a later date. In leiu of flowers, con- followed on Sunday at the gravesdie in t;.
Born in Marianna, Nov. 11, 1913, p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, in the chapelof moved to High Springs five General Hospital, following a long il- tributions can be made to the Midway Cemetery, Lake Butlerr..
he had lived in Starke for over 50 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home years ago and was a member of the lness.Born Memorial Fund at St. Anne's ,..
with Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating. Baptist Faith. in New Jersey on Dec. 27, Episcopal Church. .oi,
years.Noegel, who served two terms as Interment will follow in Crosby Lake He is survived by his wife, Mrs, 1907, Mrs. Hartley moved to the
city councilman, was a former car Cemetery Mary Louise Woods, High Springs;; Keystone Heights area seven years Shelly Crawford. Archibald B. Rosier ?
dealer and restaurant owner, a one son, Wayne Woods of Starke; ago from Middlefield, MA. Shelly R. Crawford, two and a Mr. Archibald B. Rosier, 81, rest- :,-.
member of the Lions Club, the Elks William Harvey WoodsMr. three brothers Perrcy Woods, She was a member of St. Anne's half years, died on Jan. 6 in a hospitalin dent of Lawtey,died Tuesday evening,tIn
Club, and the St. Marks Episcopal William Harvey Woods 74, Sanderson- Water( Woods, Lake Episcopal Church, the Melrose Atlanta after an extended illness. < Alachua General '.v
Church. resident of High Springs FL died Butler, and Luther Woods, Palatka Woman s Club, the Keystone Garden Shelly was born and lived in Gainesville, following an extended il-
Survived by his wife. Elzabeth Saturday, Jan. 16 in Alachua General FL. Club. the Keystone Golf & Country Georeia. lness.r .


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McDonald of Jacksonville Beach; and Survived by his wife, Gipsy C. died Friday afternoon in the'North Snohmmish. WA; and 10 grand- He was a member of the St.
grandchildren and three grand- Center; two sons, Olaf J. Center of Florida' Regional Hospital, children. Nicholas Park Christian Churcj; >Survivors -
children. Melrose and Lawrence Center of Lake Gainesville,after an extended illness. Funeral services will be held Sun- include his wife, Mrs. Iris Vivian
Funeral services were held at 11 Pleasant MA; two sisters, Golden, Mr. Andrews was born In Union day at 2 p.m. In Lake Butler Church of Stilley, Jacksonville; a son,
Sara D. McDonaldMrs. a.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, in the chapel Cox of Cincinnatti,and Grace Spencerof County, but lived most of his life in Christ with Brother Greg Smith of Donald Ted Stilley,Gainesville, GA; a
.Sara D. McDonald,age 94,of of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Twining, MC; two brothers, John Miami. He was employed with Daded ficiating. daughter, Donna Adeline Stilley,
Keystone Heights, died at her home with Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin of Carroll of Jackson KY and Clyde County as a"mechanic until he retired Burial will follow in Elzay Chapel :Altamonte Springs, FL: a sister, Mrs.
Wednesday morning following a ficiating. Interment was In Keystone Carroll of Louisville;; flour sisters, in 1971, and moved to Lake Butler, Cemetery under the direction of Ar- Irma Buford, Starke; a brother, Ted
lingering illness. Heights Cemetery. Bess Hale of Middletown, OH; Vinie where he has resided since. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Baisden Stilley, Jacksonville;
Mrs. McDonald had lived in McIntosh of Ft. Thomas, KY; Mary He was a member of the Lake daughter-In-law; Vickie Yvonne
Keystone Heights since 1944. She was Matt II. CenterMr. Eversole of Somerset, KY; Davidsonof Butler Church of Christ. Donald Paul Stilley Stilley, Gainesville, GA; and six
born in Pennsylvania, April 23, 1887. Matt H. Center, age 80, died Tennessee; 20 grandchildren and He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Funeral services for Mr. Donald grandchildren, Jerome P. McCauley,
She was a retired school teacher with in the Alachua General Hospital, numerous greatgrandchildren.Funeral Dorothy Woodard: Andrews, Lake Paul Stilley were held at 11 a.m. Jr., USN, Shawn Helene McCauley,
over 40 years services,and was the city Gainesville, early Thursday morning, services were held at 2 Butler; two daughters; Mrs. Cathy Saturday in the chapel of George H. Michelle Elizabeth Stilley. Vivian
of Keystone Heights tax collector Jan. 14. p.m. Monday,Jan. 18,in the Chapel of Permni, Lake Butler; Mrs. Nancy Hewed '& Son Southside Funeral Alyce Stilley, Stiles Dean Stilley and
for 13 years. Mr. Center lived in Newton, OH, Moore Funeral Home, Newtown, OH, Bowen,.Gainesville; one son, Roland Home,Jacksonville, with Pastor FredW. Mark Stefan Elliott.Interment .
She was a member of the Community and was spending the winter in with burial in Batavia Union Andrews, Greensboro, NC; two Smith Jr., of the Englewood Christian was in Greenlawn
Church, member of the Orderof Melrose with his son. Cemetery, Batavia OH. DeWitt C.' brothers, Seward Andrews, Lake Church, officiating.Mr. Cemetery. Paulbearers will be G.L.
Eastern Star, and Jones Funeral Home was in charge of Butler and Edward Andrews of
was past presi- He was born in War Creek KY Stilley 5138 Spring Glen Padgett, Charles A. Von Spreckelsen.
dent of the Garden Club and the Jan. 19, 1901. He was a retired local arrangements, I Madison; five sisters, Ollie Parrish, Rd., died Thursday morning at his Michael Paul King Lee Earl Edwards
Woman's Club.Survived carpenter, and was a member of the Arthur Andrews 'I, Gainesville; Ella Farrell, Lake City; residence. A native of Starke, Mr. Kenneth Alan Chastain and
by her son, James A. Free Methodist Church Oakdale.KY. Arthur Andrews, 71, of Lake Butler.I, 'Rtek WIlma, Macclenny Cattar, Jacksonville; Lula "lalaestata.; Viola Stiltey 1935. had lived Jacksonville since Philip Douglas Schorr.

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''i" Wildlife Alert Awards $500 to Woman

I,, Going that extra step to report a was eligible for a cash reward for
1, wildlife law violation has made a reporting. the violation
Sale Good thru Jan. 23. 1982 Dade County woman$500 richer today Since it was a violation involving
under the Wildlife Alert program: an endangered or threatened species,
Lt Col. Brantley GOodson of the the reward 'money came' from a
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- special appropriation' from the
Office Supply Sale sion said that was the dollar amount Legislature and a conviction. the
rewarded the 'woman 'who last October charge was necessary.If
reported observing a man the violation' had been for
shooting a bald eagle which is on the anything other than an endangered or
state's endangered species list. threatened species, Goodson explained -
,.. Goodson, who heads up the Com- the person reporting it would be
I mission's Division of Law Enforcement eligible for an award based. only" on an
said the man was found guiltyof arrest
the offense Dec. 18 and fined$350 Persons interested in learningmore
and ordered by the court to attend about the Wildlife Alert program
can contact the Game and
r 'ta rY i hunter Under education the courses.citizensupportedWildlife Fresh Water Fish Commission, 620 S,
Alert program, the woman Meridian St., Tallahassee, FL 32301,

I Hunter Survey To be MailedRandomly I

Y w selected Florida Wright said the Commission is seeking .
5._& w __ hunters will soon be receiving the return of the survey" ,question
the end of May.
naires by
1981-82 statewide and wildlife manag--
Five percent of the individualswho
ment area hunter surveys.

r-, TG&Y 50 or 100 count portant"This to annual help us survey gain a prespective is very Im- through purchased this month state will hunting be polled licenses, in

on hunter activity throughout the the statewide survey;
3- Mailing Envelopes said 25 of the
state during the past season," said He also percent
hunters who purchased wildlife
Thomas J. Wright, administrative
assistant to the director of the Game management area permits will
21.00Lithographed and Fresh Water Fish Commission's receive a questionnaire pertaining to
Division of Wildlife their activity on those land holdings
He said the survey will give the Wright said information received
yn I Commission data on hunter harvest from the survey questionnaires will
be analyzed and expanded statistically -
trends,determine the recreational opportunities -
Porta File afforded the hunter from to determine the unmber of Flori-
and and dians'who hunted and the number of
public private resources
Metal Lock, stackable t assist in planning and administering days they hunted.
Also; the information is expectedto
wildlife programs in Florida.
Reg. 4.96 0 The survey will be mailed to a reveal the number of game animals
.... randomly selected group of hunters and birds harvested within a given
76 r .. throughout the state in February. mangement area 'on a statewide

Swingline Home or Office I Duck Season Over, SCllll/J Hef.III1lIg I IThe

Office Stapler 1981-82 duck and coot season through Bokeelia to the mainland.All .
will draw to a close Monday, Jan. 18 open waters of Tampa Bay
Reg. 6.88077713 but there is still some action availablefor Estero Bay, Lemon Bay and Sarasota
the dedicated waterfowler.A Bay south to the Albee'Road Bridge;
special scaup season will open all open waters of Biscayne Bay southof
4. 7 6 the following day, Tuesday,Jan. 19 in the Biscayne National Monument to
I IPltl1'a selected areas of the state. This and including Barnes Sound; and all
.- season' will continue until Sunday, open waters of the Indian River from
Jan. 31. the Melbourne Bridge (SR 516)) south.
..., I
Shooting hours are from one-half
F11.1; r ll i '.ftaleriI ....... ., .-.. Areas open during the special hour before sunrise to sunset with a
I scaup season are'all open waters of daily limit of five and a possessionlimit
Charlotte Harbor from the Florida of 10.Complete.
Power and Light power line four mites information on
Heavy Duty Plastic Check File east of US 41 bridge on the Peace migratory game bird hunting regula
River and from the El Jobean Bridge tions are available from any office of
Metal Lock, stackable ((776)) on the Myakka River to"a line the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
from Boca Grande Pass east
running mission.
Reg. 4.28 E

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January 21, 19M2 Page 58

Community News By Elizabeth Phone 964-6683 G. Walker

Welcoming Family Gathering:- f Sylvester Junior, Alicia Land ing Worhsip; 11 a.m.; Union. Choir at and Self Help Mass Meeting'Sunday, by the African Methodist' Episcopal
On Saturday, Jan. 16, the entire Chadrich, Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Melrose, 3 p.m Jan. 24, at the Jacksonville Civic Church Eleventh Episcopal District,
Bright Family returned to Lawtey to Bright Lovell and daughter Renya, Auditorium at 5:30: p.m. Keynote Jacksonville area. Samoel S. Morris,
welcome home .a member 'of 'the Crescent'City, FL; Mary and Entre Members New Bethel Baptist Church: speaker will be Benjamin Hooks', Executive Jr., presiding Bishop, Florida and I
are asked to attend Prayer Bahamas.A.M.E Churches in this
Bright family, Leon Bright,JrNeon Bright Palmer, Paltaka; Ophella Meeting each Director for the National
Leon), He is running back for the New t Bright, Gainesville; Laura Bright District No. Wednesday at 7 pm. Association for the Advancement of areawill be attending.
2 Mr. Julius
Royal, Lead
... "York 45"Giants with a playing- 'number of Campbell Lawtey; Greg Baker, Deacon will serve dinners Jan. 21, at Colored People (NAACP) Sponsored
Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. Charles 7:30: p.m' $1 All membersare Plain club soda does
For his per person. wonders at removing stains
return, the had'a
family Smith and daughter, Todra Eunice
dinner at the residence where of J. to cooperate. from carpets. Pour a little on the spot, let
many Summers; Lakeland; antf Dephrin
E it set for a few seconds and
the family members sponge thoroughly
were reared. The Bright, Lakeland. Friday, 7:30: p.m. the first conference -

: "j ,ol dinner;: a family was on hymn the lawn; a and prayer consisted con- Church Activities: : business of of the the church.year will conduct ..,.. ....."... ... ...'n... ."L.,_ .."... .... ._........ ...,.__. ......_. .__.... ,...,,.. ... .. '' .. L'. I

ducted by Rev.'Sylvester D. Bright Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baplist -
(uncle); words or wisdom by Leon l Church: 'The 33 church: annrver- Saturday, 2 p.m., the monthly FLORIDA THEATREStarke
Bright, Sr.'(father)' and a presentation sary will be observed beginning with meeting for the pastor, deacons, and
of a family plaque to Leon Bright, Sunday School at 9:30: ; Morning Wor- trustees will be conducted.
,. Jr. by Rev. BL.. Bright; grandfather. ship at 11 a.m. with Deacon Raymon Choir No. 2 will meet Saturday, 4
The Bright family then enjoyed a Blye speaking. Dinner will be served p.m. Sunday School 10am.; Morning 964-5451
family dinner and reunion which con- at 1 p.m. The program will terminate Worship; ir a.m.; Baptism will Immediately -
.,.. sisted"of a social gathering and. shar with a 3 p.m. service. Deacon John follow morning service.
ing oi family love. Smith will speak. 3 DAYS ONLY FRI. SAT. SUN.
.: Members of the family included: 45 LEON BRIGHTRB Antioch Church Church Everyone is asked to attend the ,
Leon Bright, Sr., Orlando; Rev.and 5-0 192 26 schedule for Baptist the second and: fourth Fellowship of Churches at 3 p.m. This
Mrs. D.L. Bright, Lakeland; Mrs. activitiy will terminate services for '" ONE OF THE YEAITS 6 BEST
Leon Sunday. at Prayer
Bright 7p.m.;
Mae Louis' the day VS
Bright Williams and .. AN
(Neon Leon) Meeting and Bible Study. Saturdaythe '
childen. Shenekia, Sheenlaise and Union Choir will rehearse at 6 Notice! 'o/fIit 1! PRODUCTIONI"* nim Butunn
Abayonmi, Charleston, WV; Mr. and Mrs:'Sylvester Bright and children, p.m., Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- There will be a Black Solidarity 'f' r Now..walk. th....lnd.O' '.,fW'Y'

I -, Proper Utilization Of of Wood Burning Stoves Eliminates RisksStaying ', t. ., \\'Andwakec' ,

warm, inexpensively, is a clearance.If structed, maintained in good repair; gas-burning units to the same
.. hot itme lor'many Americans during after placing your hand on the and, kept clean.Jointventing. chimney can cause noxious fumes to .i-.WINCWAlKH? .
cold winter months. surface closest to the stove, you find of smoke pipe or back up in the home. At all costs, t_' .a..NICkRMRV3 i lAtnf" UWAIJ. .51'INt" < WNShowtimes
In recent years, the woodburning that you can: keep it there comfortably solid-fuel-burning devices with oil or avoid such hookups. I V4
stove has proved to be an efficient in- ;the location passes the test.
:, expensive and even appealing rustic Additionally, make sure all surrounding Dream Girl :
Pageant SignupThe
alternative to costly oil and natural sides of the wood burner are
gas heat. In' fact; more than 1.2 protected with non-combustible
1 million woodburning stoves were pur- material; such as quarter inch 1982 Dream Girl Pageant is set.; trophy, banner, and Honors lUinners- Friday 7:00.9:00Sat.
asbestos millboard sheet metal. Feb. 27 in the Tina's" will An over-all
.,,. chased by homeowners last year. or Banquet Room up receive trophlis.
But as the number of woodburning Brick or stone provides little'or no Little Italy Restaurant. US-301 in winner will receive a $50 cash prize.
:.. stoves purchased has Increased, protection for a combustible wall south Starke.' The Dream Girl Pageant is sponsored ,& Sun. 5:00.7:00: 9:00
since are also conductors of Deadline is Feb. The The Maker, US-301
so has the number of home fires they good entering 20. by Image
related to their use,according to Gene heat. pageant is open to anyone 3-21 years of noith in Starlre (phone 9647100))
Klompus, Allstate's Public Affairs Burning inexpensive greenwoodis age. Pageant coordinator and director. is
,. :Manager. hazardous because it"causes Mrs. Debra Norman. 301 DRIVE-IN
Most stove-related fires are creosote to form on the chimney flue. Divisions are: A photo, application, and entry !lee
:started when combustibles are too Creosote Is the highly flammable byproduct Tiny Dream Boy, ages 3-6 must submitted by the KelJ. 20
close to a hot stove, by hot gases or of buring that causes most Tiny Dream Girl, ages 36. deadline Entry lee is' $25. Entrants Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon.
.. Little Miss
Girl, 710.
flamets that escape through a crackin chimney fires. ages may havea business as sponsor or pay ,
a chimney, or by sparks or coals Users of woodburning stoves will Junior miss Dream Girl, ages 1115. the tee themselves.The .
that escape from "stove," Klompussaid. need to make sore there is adequate Miss Dream Girl;ages 16-21. talent portion oi the pageant is not THE PRODUCERS SERVICE PRESENTS
clearnace four the top of the chimneyto A winnerand first and second required, but'is open to anyone; who Is
"These risk factors can usually be the highest point of the root The runner-up will be chosen inch interested! KIK Y COACHEr
eliminated if the installation Is done chimney also must be properly con- division. Winners will receive a crown age, Competition attire will be suit and tie -
by'a licensed contractor and the stoveis lor Tiny Dream Boy contestants, short ANDTHEPOMPOM
properly maintained," he added. party dresses 1or'Tiny Dream Girl con- PU/IYCATI'
::: An important factor to consider testants, and long gowns bur Dream
when purchasing a woodburning stovef Girl contestants ages 721.
Is the area that will be heated.Using a Entry lorms may be picket up at [Bj
"stove that is too large for the'room can J Mary's Beauty Salon Norman's Produce' on US-301 north, PLUS -
.'.cause overheating, and result In fire. and Hie Image Maker, 1209! N. Temple
Stoves should be made of a strong Ave., Tina's Little Italy, Sunshine
and sturdy material, such as cast ironor Florists ((964-8100). KILL SQUAD
: steel. Mrs. Norman is also ottering a short
Look especially for stoves that AnnouncesAn pageantry course consisting ol live Showtime: 7:00:

:tare approved by recognized testing Additional Operator lessons during a three-week ponod.Cuttt .. ,. .. .- . ..,. .
agencies, such' as Underwriters' : is $15. Interested parties should . -- .. .
Laboratories. contact her at 964-7100 or 964'8849 or
If the stove is second-hand, make Kathy Tomascheski .call... Janet Johnson! at 7B2-3220
careful inspections for cracks or'other
delects. Cracks usually can be 3\ .
repaired with stove cement or by rP

welding.When installing a woodburning' Specializing in French Brading and Complete Beauty Culture
stove, be sure to check with fire officials -
and building mspectorstforlnisfaflation -. ...... --, -'T '""!! ,- Special Perms Sale
; operation and maintenance .uper I
r&'frmmcnd.itinns.KaUtng: : ',-' \tf'rr-.i'\ '
|ifr6|,er clearances; J between iCelHngi/ jlJ! i Reg. '25 $1850h" I II
Hours and walls is another important
lactor in using the stove safely.
:'' Standards set by the National
Fire Protection Association recommend i a
a 36-inch clearance between the i I Call for Appointment 496-3113
stove and all surfaces. Mf CHARGE II
There is a simple test that will telli
i t.| you have provided enough _
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I Griffis Found Guilty in Counterfeiting CaseBilly .. I I

Gordon Griffis, 42, of Starke, Griffis was arrested with four other week in U. S: District in Jacksonville.The the fake$100, and agreed to return $-10
was found guilty of dealing in men from the Starke area after bogus fifth man Carl "Pee Wee" Grif of real money for every fake $100 they The Eyeglass Store
counterfeit money Jan. 15, in U. S. $100 bills began appearing in July of fis pled guilty in December spent. They were caught in Starke ,
District Court In Jacksonville.A 1981. Investigation revealed that the counterfiet money. He Is schedule when a clerk became suspicious of a
: jury found Griffis fake bills were circulated from for sentencing January 27. bill and called the police.
guilty of two
counts of exchange, transfer and Florida to South Carolina, and approximately During Billy Griffis' trial, William Tanner, Barton and Coltrane
delivery of counterfeit 100 of the bills turned up Coltrane of Starke testified for the testified under Immunity from prosecution -
( ) of the United States. in the Jacksonville area. The government that he had passed five of .
iponey_ counterfeiting ring seemed to start in the fake bills in South Carolina for The investigation into the
According to Assistant U. S. At- Bradford County and seemed to be Griffis. counterfeit ring is far from being
torney Larry Gentile, Griffis may drug related, according to Secret Ser- Another witness and former over, according to Secret Service Fashion Frames for the Entire Family
receive a maximum penalty of 10 vice agents. girlfriend of Billy Griffis, Paula Tanner Agent Bill Brawley. They will con-
years! in prison on each count and a 21, of Starke, testified that she tinue to work with the Bradford Coun-
$3,000 fine on each count or both. Ronald Eugene Griffis, Timothy A. had received counterfeit money from ty Sheriff's Department until they Prescriptions Filled Located At:
Judge Susan Black is scheduled to Bryan and Eddie Taylor Jackson, all Griffis. Tanner and a friend, Kathy have cleaned up the area Brawleysaid Lens Duplicated US 301S & Edwards Rd.
sentence: Griffis on Feb. 25. of Starke, are scheduled for trial next Barton,went on a shopping spree with Sunglasses Across from 964.8588 Community Bank

Minor Accidents of Starke, was not looking in his rear was stopped at Walnut St., turning burglary of the Handy-Way, and with Senior Citizen I Discount t OPEN: Monday thru Friday
view mirror to clear passing traffic, left onto US-301,and failed to yield the criminal mischief for vandalism of a 9 am 5:30: pm
Marshall Francis Croy, 30. P. O. attempted to turn left. Tuten, travelIng right of way, striking King's vehicleIn Raiford Police Car that was parked Saturday 9 am -1 pm
Box 245, Raiford, was travelling weston at a rate of speed too fast for the left side, according to nearby the store. Both are in custodyat ..---
SR-16, on prison property when a conditions- pavement and rain, Patrolman N. Jackson the Union County Jail. Bond was J = ._ Professional Optidans of Florida
served the Damage to 1981'' set at $10,500 for Thornton and$15,500for -
vehicle across centerline attempted to pass LaJoie at which Browning's "'= = ==_ Member
as'it was approaching Croy Jan. 14. point Tuten struck LaJoie in the left Chevrolet was $50, damage to King's Griffis, who previously had been :
Croy was forced from the roadwayand rear with the front of his car. 1979 Ford pickup was $550, Jackson charged with attempted robbery in a Rodney L Sumner, Owner ODtician1D8illl
sideswiped down the left side by Damage Tuten's 1981 Datsun was said. seperate case.
the vehicle which then left the scene. $1,500, damage to LaJoie's 1974 Ford Pair charged for
Damage to Croy's 1975 Plymouthwas was $300. theftsTwo
$600. Charges will be filed pen- LaJoie was charged with Handy-Way

ding further investigation, according an improper turn,Tuten was charge Raiford men were charged :
to.Trooper William M. Abrams. with speed to fast for conditions, according with burglary, grand theft; and [; ESCORT
to Patrolman Jerry Miller. criminal mischief last week, ending a

Jan 14,William Houston Tuten,Jr., Jan. 15, a vehicle driven by James long investigation into the Nov. 30
20, of Palatka, was westbound on Lowell King 42, Starke, was turning burglary of the Raiford HandyWayon n
Sr-100: at 40} miles per hour. A vehicle left from US-301 onto Walnut St. SR-121.
driven: by Donald Harold LaJoie 23, David James Browning, 16, Starke, Carl Thornton and Mark Calvin \
Griffis were the two charged with the

I Lawtey NewsBy I I:,


Elizabeth Terry and night. They are staying with Rev. reception at the Women's Club in /aeasr7
Phone 782-3.1IM) Salters sister in Jacksonville.Mrs. Starke. i.'

Mr and Mrs. Ken Rivers spent a Vickie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Marcus Mosely and "'Iii.. i .
week with their son-in-law and Robert Lee, and Miss Arthurine Blan- granddaughter, Patrina, and their
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pappasand chard, attended the wedding of Mrs. nephew, Dennis Thompson, of
family, of Tarpon Springs and Martie Green and Bill Wallace, at Highland visited their parents, Mr.
with their sister, Mrs. Mike Soful, Of Grace United Methodist Church in and Mrs. Lonnte Teston, on Sunday
Clearwater., Lawtey Sunday afternoon and also the afternoon. -
'Deepest sympathy of the com-
munity is extended to' Mr. and Mrs.

Cecil Hardee and their brother-in-law, ill tIv' iIlIIJilflhtu11IJIIIJI! )
Mr. Oscar Vanzant, because of the The Closest
death of his wife, Mrs. Oscar Vanzant
on Friday. '
Mrs. Daisy Boch and her mother, lIEN
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and Miss Nancy -
Bennett, spent the weekend with
Mrs. Virginia Lastinger and< Mrs.
Elsie Bennett, Holly 11111. OBILE HOME SA Thing To

: :I Friends of Mrs. E.P. Sheetz, of
Highland: Missionary Baptist Church,
regret to learn that she is a patient in "Wm A UTILE SAVE A LOT'
[ St. Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville.Our .
prayers are with her. COME CHECK OUR MODELS Cost1REEDriving
Kindle and Christina Noble,
[Baldwin, spent' Saturday with their AND PRICES FIRST
f r grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin

k i Camp and son.Bryan "!f fmt I.LI"'NCo I. ,,- ,.. -
John'DeVore; Tampa,'spentther =,
weekends with>ahur,ttmotherp Mrsi( r ; ... N ICNfNeNiN ", ,. I ,
|Pauline DeVore. -
'. Lynn Boch and children,Alachua, .

Mrs. Virgil Griffis, Mrs. Maines Grif- 11OOMBEDn00M
tis' and children and Mrs. Angie &DRooN. DINING-

Daley, Palatka Mrs. Kelli Luke and Ford Division, through the efforts of Ford Dealers and sales Provide Unacheduled Maintenance Emergency
Miss Lynn Whaley were Sunday din personnel is winning the small-car sales leadership race in Repair.A*Required for 24 Month*or 24,000' ''S
ner guests of Mrs. Daisy Boch and America Escort outselling small tront-wheel-drive car
Suggested Retail 14 X 50 every e Covers all maintenance items except for those specifically
helped celebrate their mother and OUR PRICE made in America, and every car line imported Into\ America excluded(see Warranty Card Issued separately).
grandmother's birthday, Mrs. Nellie And Escort is retaining the highest percentage of original
items such brake and clutch
e Includes wear as pads linings.
Wilkinson. In the afternoon Mrs. 5777Bayfront value of any compact car (Source NADA Used Car Guide
lining. spark plugs, engine bellS and hoses, wiper blades
Robert Smith and her children came. Furnished, central heat, kitchen, I November. 1981) shock absorbers burned out headlamps and other bulbs.
Henry Hodges and son'Mark wentto wldnow, big closets. To celebrate the success ol Escort and to convince your
e Includes emergency repairs at any bona fide repair facility If
the Stock Car Races at Lake City on prospects ol Escort s quality you can now oiler them an unprecedented they cannot be performed at any Ford Motor CompanyDealer.
Saturday night. 28 X 70 -- program Selling Dealer reimburses, customer for the amount.
Mrs, Dave Kelly and children 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Masonite Siding & This program includes two major features
Justin and Brannon. Jacksonville Shingle Roof with
OQ QQR a The 24 24 Maintenance Warranty Program
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. The 24/24 Maintenance/Warranty Program
e 5%Up Front Cash Assistance
George Kelly. All 1982 Models II helps reduce Escort owner's cost of driving to an absolute
Mr:James Ellison, Jacksonville, minimum Proof ol how Ford is willing to stand behind
silent Saturday with Petty Officer 1st The 24/24 Maintenance/Warranty I Program Escort quality.
glass and Mrs:Joe Harris; and family. 12X60 *g 095
Provide 24 Month 24.000 Mlle coverage a> shown below -
j Mrs Jack Estes went to Denver, 2 or 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath Furnished. '
(see Warranty Book and Warranty Card issued separately):
dO.and.spent Christmas with Mrs.
Susan" Chapman, and her children, Close' Out Specials \ e Any repairs or adjustments to correct defects.in material and 5% Up Front Cash Assistance Program
Phillip and Kathy and had a nice time. workmanship made or supplied by Ford are covered
She returned on Jan. 5. I The Ford selling Dealer will perform warranty repairs (parts This program provides all qualifying Escort buyers and lessees
Misses Pam Moore and Debbie 14x64 $ I and labor)at no charge over!the program period cash down payment assistance equal 10 5%of the vehicle -
$12231 Manufacturers Retail Price. This
a base Suggested can
Cost Plus Set-Up e Certain optional equipment (radio tape players air conditioning
Andrews and her'mother.
vary from $275 for the base 2-door to $375 for the GLX wag-
heater rear window defroster) is covered for unlimited
,! UVIrs. Andrews, Wildwood, 14X60 $ no- on On 1981 Escorts,the amount$250 lor all models.
and her mother, Mrs. Fred Moore mileage
were luncheon guests of her son-in- Cost Plus Set-Up 7.UG I .Corrosion repair due to a detect Is covered CASH DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE

l law and daughter, Mr: and Mrs. J.W. 14x70.Furnished a There is no deductable on powertrain, components during 1982 ESCORT.
Thomas, Live Oak. The occasion was the period
to visit their son, Jody Thomas. New ,Bay Window $*1fl .Towing service due 10 the failure ol a warranted part ,is 2-Doo 4-Doo
York, who came home to visit with his ,Garden Tub& many extras I 395 Included. Trim Level Sedan Sedan Wagon

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas. 24 X 48 Provide All Scheduled Maintenance Service for 24 Month Base $275 $285 -
Jim Kenneth ahd Kevin Norman or24,000M11..* L 305 315 $325
spent Sunday with his grandmother, Shingle Roof, Masonic $*1/l 995 1982 Model Maintenance Performed GL 320 335 345MUe.galnterval
Mrs. Elsie Norman. All of them attended Siding&many extras l"lrj at No Charge GT 335 -
services at Morgan Road Baptist 7.500 Includes oil and filter GlX 355 365 375
Church. change and check of drive All 1981 Escorts_$250
Mr. and !Mrs Fleam Sterling s .r bell tension, last Idle
visited: Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Cladwell, IBEDRM DINING"OOMI j speed curb idle speed and CASH ASSISTANCE DISBURSEMENT
Jacksonville, on Tuesday. i automatic transaxle throttle
: .IrCNIN valve linkage The customer may elect to receive the 5% cash assistance
; Mr. and Mrs George Smith and -
15,000 e Includes oil and filter one of two ways:
their future daughter-in-law, Miss
Ollie Smith change. e Assigning the amount to the Dealer who then will deduct II
Nancy Watkins, and Mrs. ,
Includes oil and filter
from the down payment and collect from Ford
Jacksonville, were Saturday, Jan. 9 #2SE0RM .GI'IE"00'' MA5TERBEO change.
dinner guests of !Mr. and Mrs. Henry t t902 ..,m.n.en.nc., ,n..lltho"n.1981 m.n'on.nc.n'"I., e Receiving a check directly) from Ford Motor Company f for the
Smith. The occasion was to celebrate ....l 10,000 and 20,000 muss' amount.l2inStock.

their brother, Mr. Henry Smith's bir

thday.Mr.: and Mrs. Franklin: Starling 24x56 OUR PRICE

and family, Bryceville, were Sunday Suggested Retail
dinner guests of their parents Mr $19,995 to
and Mrs. fleam Starling. $25-,995

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkinson Shingle Roof, Masonite Siding, Fireplace,
Jr.; and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
Garden Tub 3
bdrms., 2 full baths, furnished
Daniel Wilinson and Jacksonville -
spent the weekend of'Jan. 1 with &all drapes,Top Appliances, Oversized Select From
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald Closets & Pantry Washer & Dryer Hookups

Wilkinson Sr. and they. enjoyed a

i Mrs. Bettie Wolfe and son and 10% DOWN 24 Month Cost Free Maintenance
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Wolfe and her sister Debbie spent the UP TO 20 YEARS 5% Cash Bonus to make your down payment.
weekend with their mother, Mrs.Doss I V.A. -.NOTHING DOWN IF YOU QUALIFY
Higginbotham in her mobile home,
and also with her son-in-law and 161/ Interest RateIf
daugher, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford

and: Nancy. M Qualified __ FORD TERWILLEGARMOTORS

Mrs. John Tye Sr., attended the
wedding of Mrs.'Martie Green; and .COME SEE USSR
Bill Wallace at Grace United
Methodist Church of Lawtey, on Sun- .7
day afternoon, Jan. 17. She also at 100. 1.3 MILES EAST OF STOPLIGHT J I y :

tended the reception at the Women's' IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,Llli, 206 W.
Club In Starke. 473-2879 f
Mrs. Wendie Smyth has been' 373-4792 1
transferred Atlanta;and will have Lake Geneva Gainesville
to go there Ktb. I, I + STARKE. FLORIDA '
:30-930 DAILY 7,DAYS A WEE I
.. Rev. Bill Salters and son Jeffrey,
Marion, VA. attended services at
First Baptist .Church 'both morning


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:Family Dollar and Bradford Rental Opening Doors in Starke

The 23rd Family Dollar store In Family Dollar was found ;
Florida and the 486th in the fast. 1959 with a single store in Charitf4r:

growing North Carolina based dis NC and today is the fastest gra, .

count variety store chain wilt open. in retail discount store chain iQtbfJSoutheast.

Starke on Thursday, Jan. 21. .
The new store; located at 309 S. There are more than 3,4t- 9

1 1 Walnut St., will open at 10 a.m. square feet of total sales space i "l. ;
tl .T. ; chain's 486 stores. ) :: !
1. Local officials and Family Dollar The company presently opei'it :

/ fl ;*yc i executives will take part in a brief rib in the two Carolinas, Geo1'-! -ti

r bon cutting ceremony at the main entrance Mississippi,. Alabama, Florida,'

to the store Immediately nessee Virginia, West Virginiarmdet

before the opening.The Kentucky. r):.1

company expects a large.. The General Offices and Distribution |
crowd to attend the ribbon cutting and Center are located in Charlotte\! !. g

I take advantage of special Grand Family Dollar Stores Inc.,:is a |
sale afterward. publicly held company with common |
: .
V Lia __ -
'--n ---- stock traded on the New York Stock
Jim Seagraves, vice-president of *
under the "FD
$ You Name It, They'll Rent It... ,store operations, said, "Family Exchange ?<

Or at least that's the word given by the people down at the Bradford Rentals Dollar looks forward to locating in

store on US-301 north. The store, which will open soon, features rental of all Starke and being" part of a fine 3rd Armor !
business market.
sorts of Items.Business. .-J
GLenn Smith, the firms district

manager for the area said, "Family SpeurheudHolding :
ChangesIn Dollar offers excellent employment

Starke AreaA opportunities in this area' and

throughout the Southeast. As many ReunionM; ;,
new business on US-301 north is business are 7:30: a.m to 5 pm. Mon- local people as' possible will be
Bradford Rentals in the building day thru Saturday. employed at the new store." 'The Third Armored (Spearhead

formerly housing Cooper Nursery Division Association is seeking to Oyfrf
Today (Jan. 21) is the "GranOpening" d i Smith added that Family Dollar is World War II combat
tact ;
Bradford Rentals will have for rent for the new Family Dollar.: a rapidly expanding company andalwayS'
of all kinds including Interested with veterans. ._._.'
equipment store in Starke, located at 309 S. talking'
garden and home equipment and will Walnut St. (Formerly occupied by: management trainee candidates.The The National Association: :\ <

supply your needs for a wedding, par Food Fair) store will carry' a complete holding Us, 35th annual reunion' ins
----- ty or convalesing. "You name it and :: >f
Orlando July 21, through Jan. 24 -
line of merchandise for the family and
Family Dollar Workers 'Spruce Up' we will supply it S.A.
say Managing the store is Connie 1 home, including clothing and shoes Former members may write KM
With just one day left before the Grand Opening set for Thursday, Jan. 2L and Nancy Townsend.The Carter who has moved to Starke from health and beauty aids, housewares Marcus Schumacher National PresU:?

workers at the Family Dollar Store were busy putting last minute touches on. opening is planned for Monday, Georgia. Carter said she loves the school supplies,candy, toys paint and dent, 4221 Harbor Hill Drive, Largos
Here four girls (from left to right) Carol Whitman Donna Bentley, EarlineUilkerson February 1. Hours for the new store and being here. auto supplies FL, 33540. .: -i"
and Cleo Sapp Inventory the Health and Beauty Aids section.
Family Dollar is located in the old Food Fair building on South Walnut

I Street Tax News File Early For ]Early Refund Jr. Food OPEN 6 am 12 Store pm Cf1 4: tI

y----,..u.... Borden .
The Internal Revenue Service is theft losses and miscellaneous ; .",
advising taxpayers to begin gatheringtheir deductions. Records and supporting IRS offers a free Publication 552 Generally, for the 1981 tax year, PIZZA MILK'e

tax records now to enable themto documents can be in'the form of entitled "Recordkeeping taxpayers must file estimated tax if
cancelled checks bills Requirements and a List of Tax their tax is expected to be $100 or 99Cea. $199Gal.
file their tax returns as soon as paid pay Publications." .
more and if they have more than $500in
possible. stubs, receipts, or, in some cases, a
No Llmll
"This is especially important for diary of daily expenses. Florida taxpayers must pay by income not covered by withholding.For Large

those individuals who are itemizingtheir DeWitt pointed out that by January 18 the final installment of tax year 1982, a declaration Krlf1
deductions and expecting to preparing to file a tax return early, estimated tax if they did not have generally must be filed if the Cigarettes Overnight Granulated parka '. ''>J

receive a refund check," said Charles taxpayers can avoid the rush to file at enough 1981 federal tax withheld or if estimated tax is $200 or more and Pampers SUGAR y ::: ::
O DeWitt, IRS district director for the last minute when most mistakesare their amended income estimates for more than $500 in income is not by 649 "

Florida. The director noted that made, "Error rates go up 1981 changed substantially during the withholding.For .Carton $199 $139 59Clb Pk' '

probably three out of every four considerably as we approach the last quarter, according to the Internal additional information, A. Brlndl '\ U 5 lit Only .+

Floridians will be receiving refund April 15 deadline, and mistakes delay Revenue Service. taxpayers may order a free IRS 0s ...
checks, and the earlier the tax formsare the issuance of refund checks," he The one exception to this rule is Publication 505, "Tax Withholdingand ;,
the refund added. for taxpayers who file their returns Estimated Tax," by calling
filed, the quicker STARKE KEYSTONE lIiTS. W.\I.DO
check. This may also be a good time to and pay all taxes due by February 1, 1-800-241-3860 or by using the order t.'' ;i
NZs.t Hwy 100 Z99 II" 100 N28.i:! : {'ole St.
think seriously about a better systemof 1982, the IRS says. form in their tax package.

Taxpayers may use any form of tax records for 1982. To help out, the
recordkeeping they prefer, as long as
they have proper records to verify the

income, deductions, credits and other Bradford
items shown on the tax return. In :
going through tax records, the IRS Mini-Storage (g [1Jf [[

suggests that people sort their records Now Renting Fri

into the same categories listed on THAT ENERGY
Schedule A of the Form 1040 $8 Mo. ft Up ...,. t
medical or dental expenses, state or 473-2735 : and anyone else

local taxes, interest payments, Call Eves. 8 Weekends 0
contributions to casualty or .0:::; :
charity, ....
The Starke coif & country \I! .. .
'J7 ; ..... .
,member ,
Club is accepting 1 : ':. '. ......:

Starke Family Planning Clinic .- ships for Golf, social, single, ,, '

Retired and Out of Town rIiEJ :
[ Tubal ; /. r .
Outpatient Ligation (Tubes tied) and Vasec- memberships. "

tomies for purpose of Sterilization.No join before Feb. 1 and save. HOME COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR
Hospital stay necessary.No $200 initiation fee. e HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION .3a!:

Abortions performed. t FIBERGLAS BAITS a NEW OR OLD CONS TRUCTlCN.; !.-.

Call Herb Herres, 964.5441 / QUALITY INSTALLATION ', ','.'
Call .
for information. J Day Fee atitAJea *&$& :

ot ..
964-6500 ;. '" .. SAVE orl'ViCht 964.695-6 1)a SAVE .

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TO LEASE Tobacco CHILD CARE: I would like, to 12 FOOT FIBERGLASS "
CV: 160 S Lake. .Ave.. Lake poundage in Union or Columbia keep your child in my FISHING BOAT 7 1/2 Sears DING MACHINES AND FOR AD- HELP WANTEDUSED FOR RENT: .:dr !t f FORSALE.LAKE .,
Butler 496 3978 Complete County Call Earl home, weekdays 7 a.m.-6 Kicker 2 speed electric WANTEDWORKING
RENT Union County Times
Insurance Service TFN Dicks at 7525997 Itpd p.m. Will, give lender lov- kicker with trailer, A 85 SW: 2nd Ave, Lake WILSON T-2000 tennis 1SR. 2BA. HOME ChYA $350 LOT or\'softd vbofFFi;);(;:

Classified Ads 1/21 ing care to your child hot bargain at $400. Phone Butler. We also repair office CLASS HEROES racquets, call 473-2210 or per month lake access lake fn' 'H'ilf .s'don'I.$1l6. .
BOBBY AUTO AND TRUCK lunches and snacks, 752.5458. Providence Itpd machines Phone Employment Service. S.rv. 473.4380 after 5.00 p.m.tfn 374-0078 tfnchg 12/3 ; (p r m h.
Get Results SERVICE: All types of reasonable rales. I live 1/21. 496.2261 for more information ing Keystone Heights and pd 17SPEED FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES 4 73-05B.)"( ,
gasoline and diesel, repair, between Lake Butler and NEW BUILDINGS AT FACTORY TFN 10/1. Melrose areas Low fees, GRAPHIC CAMERA $130 and up 473-2879. 473.4367 after ,6 p.rrv,
Free pick-up and deliveryIn Starke. Call 496-3731 : All parts accountedfor. 473-4472. 1/7 tfn used 4x9. Will top Lake Geneva Mobil.Home tfnchg 1/7 ,
30 REWARDFor lake Butler area. Free 1/111/21,. I pay Pork 12/17 tfnchg LAKE
Itchg All structural steel carries AUTO MECHANIC S.rvlc.Manog.r. dollar. 413.2508. Itpd LOTS AND ACREAGE-
estimates, All work full factory guarantee. 2 BR house for rent. $150 per 1/21.. 3 BR HOME: Overlooking Keystone Heights owner
guaranteed 230 NE 9th PERSONALSERVICES Buildings 10000 month" ERA Faulkner Realty ExperiencedCall Lake Geneva Available financed 10 lnterest
square Class percent, ) -
Avw lake Butler feet to the smallest 1,200 964-5065 J/21 Working HeroesEmployment PERSONAL about January IS :Lots on clear sand
Good TenantsIf 4963988. 1 Hchq 1/21 Services, 4733680 12/31 tfn
square feet Must seel Immediately bottomed lake, priced"fo
473-4472. 1/14 2tchg 1/21 SERVICESYARD '
TWO MOBILE HOMES: Furnished sell
Will sell cheap. 9900. One **o,
you have a steady job HELP WANTED CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: Call toll free In secluded five acres
overlooking lskeEaccess
and good credit references Free estimates, local 1 I.BOO.24B.0065 or HOMES FOR WORK house work Melrose. Both bedroom. ( available) with;
we'll knock $10 $100 PER WEEK PART-TIME: distributes lor completely 8002430321. Ext. 777 Steve BroadwayTREE window, hauling mow. $160 and $150 per month nice trees from $3r00,>;
each off your first, third At home. Webster washable nationally Itpd 1/21 SALE Ing log split, anything. plus deposit Call 475.1368. $500 down. $50 a month,!
and fifth months rent America, foremost dic advertised Cardsetle 475-1720 before 9am. 12/31 3tchg 1/14 Commercial II
when paid on time, to tionory company needs Draperies S&W Enterprises Removal GOING OVER SEAS-MUST 2tpd 17128CARPENTRY SMITH LAKE 2 BR House. Investment
Ed SELL cute 2 bedroom AND MASONRY .
home workers to update or Lama REAL $200 a month unfurnished. SR-21N. Owner-salesnMm ?
help us celebrate open- local mailing lists All Stephen 496.2219. house, 'lake oc..., WORK. building patios, ad- Call 1-388-3539 473.4375. tfnchg 1/7 <
ing of our second ESTATE Trimming
phaseof 5/1/80TFN. beautiful large woodedlot ditlons, "
ages experience unnecessary remodeling daytime or 1.772.111S.| BIG LAKE SANTA H.
rental units. Call CASH PAID FOR Free Estimate assumable mortgageat home and tile work painting 3tchg 114129. Beautiful lot with
Pines Mobile Home VillageSR 1.716.845-5610. Ext 6005. ALUMINIUM: Cans 21 LOOKING FOR a special '9.r call owner Free estimates. COMMERCIAL STORE-office- 118 Ijlg.
trees ft. lake frojJnprivate
121 at East cents Cooper brass, batteries piece of property -. If I 473.2733. tfnchg 1/7 Phone 473.4473 during warehouse*space. 25'.40' .
Lake Butler city limits WANTEDMOBILE H and R Block Office don have It. I'll find it.Just 473-4732 FOR SALE Lake Geneva day. 4tchg 17127. on SB.21. $200: per month. Asking$38,500.area near Call Melrose
31 S. 6th' Street Mac. ask--JANE S. USHER. Mobil. Home Sole, $7,770 Call owoer,
Phone 496-2366 7-8 pm for 473 4375 1/14 fin chg. 1.378.9750. 111.28
details or drop by any HOMES WANTED: clenny Florida. Phone REALTOR 4962126 or ICY down $99 month for work kitchen! IPSO PER ,MONTH, ""BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA 1
Will 2S96V92 4tchg 1,7 1/14 496.2'103. eves.. "Your 14X50 liberty. Double Remodeling bedroom 12x60 ,mobile
cash for
afternoon for pay your used 'access lots from
Heights $5
applicationand Keystone cabinet and trim clip.
mobile home Ray Powell 1/21 I I.2B.Social. Union County Realtor tfn wide starting at $13995 home on acre.sized wooded $500 down
viewing fife carpenter. Reasonable jjer
3/26. Corn check all of our lot. Call oft.r
4963377 TFN 4i16.4BOOK I 376-5938 6pm month. Discount .retie
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE model and special prices. prices. Call Ed Dempsey at .2tchg 1/14.1/21, on
Security 473.7057:30: a.m5:30 10 acres One Woterf6n
NEEDS Call Venera Brown REESE /i miles East of Keystoneon OFFICE
I Disability Claims'Been 496.3022. Sandy Haten GENE Hwy 100. tfnchg 1/7 p.m. 1/7Hnchg Lawrence Blvd.SPACEfoelng Next doorto 'lot Call 4734373. ki)1) 1
tfnchg I
YlhIlT 496.3994 eves or Gerri Lennon REALTYGENE REGISTERED PIANO TECHNICIAN Andrew :1
denied or discontinued available. Tuning Drug Call Bl HONDA 70 Posspqrt
496 3140. Tiffin and
TiRR ? Expert help no Owent. Inc, Realtors Rt 2 REESE, REALTOR MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN repairing rebuilding.Over : 4 OFFICE SPACE 1/14 tfnchg.for rent.Keystone street bike, excellenttttnt : -
fee unless 3$ experience.Reasonable ditlon, driven only Cfbr
we win your Box 788. lake Butler Fl, yrs. Office Center.
claim tfn WOODLAND ACRESt prices. Call 1,000 miles $550. 'toll
1-264-9B88 chg. 8.6.SECLUDED
:.j Call 475-2160 after 4
LEGION HALL, SR-2) .p.m. 475-1344 1/21
ONI ACRE 2 Beautiful, 3 BR. 2 BA 473.7191tpd 1/21-2/11. Itpd t:1
Pave.ed Saturday. 7 p.m. and Sunday BOOKKEEPING In home 1/21 tfnchg. ,ROLLS WHEELCHAIR#( CARPOOl FROM LAKE bedroom, 1 both. mobile home on 1.4 acres. my
BUTLER: To University of home situated on tree driveway, land 2 to S. Public Invited. through PL. Call 473.3S62.4tpd new. $100 Call 473.3W4.
tfnchg 1/7 1/21-2/11. OPPORTUNITIESNTERESTEDm 1tpd 1 121. *=
Florida no children Phone covered one acre tract extras scoped fireplace with ,
Tommy Snyder include appliancescarpel saving .xeras.
many energy No du... 1 a career in Deluxe manual. Pica
p00 type.
496.2799, business front New
porch. .
OLDER 3 bedroom I bath home in Waldo w'th! 2.7 acres 3924836 Itchg 1/7 well and septic tank 69500. BR. I IA leeor weigh-In. Open NentUy Nldfsans'SERVICES travel? Classes start Feb. 12* carriage, ,like, ",-...
2 mobile horn. hook.ups. Includes metal shop area with JOB WANTED: looking forhome located in Washington OAK FOREST meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m IS Register now. Phone $125. Call Germjrn,
en S acres Live oaks at St. Anne Episcopal 904/372.6900. Gainesville.
over ft. ,
2200: 473.3163.lIchg 1/21 -1
sq with'
to assist lighthousekeeping Must
Springs to
and cook Priced see$17.500.appreciate fruit trees Extra well Church Keystone Heights for Information. 3tpd 1/21 '1tt CADILAC 2.Dr. Colors

.40 ACRES near 121 a 18. Could be subdivided and resold ing have r.f.r.nces.Phone as little a* $2000 down, septic tank B mobile Thursday 9:30: a.m. Community : Classic excellent cc di.
home Appraised State Bank of' '" : 11$4$11w
endeared: and r.painted.i" j 4962219. Mary morgage 10 years 13 percent hook-up. CARS & tion. Always garaged
at. $31.WO. Starke. 473-2790 or fJI $650. And
Bailey, Mpd I. 14 interest 18 in. B/W, ||us
paymentsaround .
i For Complete Details Calif S22S per month.. SILVER SANDS LAKE: Furnished 964 8587. tfnchg 1/7 413-4212 TRUCKS stand $20. <73.2367. j tfn

ERA Wallace CaIn Realty. 2 BR, I BA with ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUScloted chg 1/21. Jl,
FOR SALE $14.000 atsum. mortg. at SCOTTY j TRAVEL TRAIUjtlS
: AAA Real Estate Agency High more Springs.details CoIl4".234for } "'/.'. Own.r may consider meetings Monday' at 8 .. aln Of Major 17 DATSUN S10. blue 4.dr. It. sleep 4, has awnliig.
I 752-0577 JEEPS CARS. PICKUPS: from holding 2nd rnor- p.m. Open meetings Fri. automatic. A/C AMVFM $750. Telephone Sot ;tjnd
John K. Langferd. Jr. $35 Available at local tg.. Good summer placeor day'. 0 p.m. All meeting Electric 1"11..... radio also Moforhome... Sun. 473-7392. Crystal
Realtor Associate.4" .3B1 4 Cav Auctions. For Directory UNION COUNTY starter home. at the Educational' SiniMf Ira.'UrtfClaf i new tires, new awning and lake. It chg 1/21. It
I call Surplus Data TIMES Building. Community upholslry. Call 475-2678.
; (Notary Service' )
"I.',,' Center 805.687.9709. 4tchg 496-2261 473.324$ Church. 473-2790 or CwntUtUerseM Will trade for equal valueor Classified Ads jj I

I 12/30. aS-2130. tfnchg 1/7 Bh*, E.ji1e .land Itchg 1/21. Get Results I'r.'rYl'V'W

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! -L'H5.. y' 225. Lawtey TRUCKS SERVICES SERVICES '

i tw & Used PRICES .PAID for used HOUSE FOR RENT. 3 530 CASK TRACTOR: Heavy

! norJColor; TV'sSpec. mobile homes if mortgageIs 1977 FORD LTD Burned In. BILL'S SAW SHOP: Completesharpening BABYSITTING in my home. bedrooms, 2 botht CH/A duty Industrial with loader
3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S terior. Sell for parts. Phone service, circular no children no pell. $325 and grade.box. Excellent ruJlllCfjor
XIAflfGfln&s.In Monday thru Friday. Agesover
MOBILE HOME SALES 468-2185 after 6 PM. 12/17 per month. First and last condition. $7500.00.
hand carbide, 1 Hot lunches and (
yr. !
i months rent In advance
964-56O6. Open 7 days tfn 473-4417. 1/14 tfn
blade hollow
chain mower .noc.... Call 964-8687
S Channel's 30 & 47 weekly TFchg 1976 CAPRh White. 4sped. ground and balanced. anytime. Itchg 121HOUSECI.IANING2 plus cleaning deposit. Call PIT BULL DOGi 7 mo. old. p REALTY

! 782-3577 AXLES A TIRES 2 axles + 4 $1500.00. Call 9647910. Leave at Jackson Building Part 964-7347 tfn or 5332157. 1/21 $25; Also have one yr. old ...,

j; 9 am 7 pm I2/Ith. tires. We pick-up $100; 1/14 tfn Supply in Stark. Keystone time. Student. Available German Shepherd expecting *
You deliver $123. Olin. 1910 FORD F150. 4x4 Heights or Lake Butler. afternoons. 9645063. JEFFERSON ST. Two pups In Feb. $65. Call '''' [a
Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. 4-speed, 302 eng., A/C: TFchg References. Itpd 1/21 bedroom apartment. (250 9646974. 1/14 2tchg 1/21 '. ',' PHONE 964-7776
YARD SALE 100 W Starke. 964-5606. PS; PB; AM/FM stereo, 4 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IRS TAX FORMS done. per month. Available Feb. BOAT TRAILER and 25 hp CECELIATERWILLEGIR

TFchg new 12.50 x 15 RVT tires; : Reasonable rat.. Call ONE 1. Call BEDROOM 9646500. 1/21 APARTMENT tfn Johnson motor. Call 205 N. Temple, StarkeITS
WANT TO BUY used pipe bumper; sliding rear Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. 9647189. 1/21 2tchg 1/28 533-2474. 1/14 tin
JANUARY SALEI I Mark downon typewriters and adding window; pos. traction front : Large rooms. 544W.
clothes, shoes, bedglassware machines. Must be In and rear Very low SEWING MACHINES Call St.. 964-5854. Itchg USED ALUMINUM PLATESi24x36" INCREDIBLE I
25 cents each. Used
It .'.'!.. working condition. mileage. $8.000 or $300 REPAIRED. : All/ makes TIMS 1/21 In WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
noweJtjes, dishes, radios, 9645764. tfn 2/12. 962 N. TEMPLE AVE: One printing n.w.pop.r.Creat
assume payments. cleaned oiled and ad. Cabinet
ShopREMODELING for minor
chairs, etc. We do hoveloydways CASH .PAID for aluminum 964-5629 after 5 PM. 1 tchg $15. Work bedroom house, furnished. repair
; non-tale justed. [ & Recently painted and jobs Bradford County SPECIAL
I l on cans. 2H. Copper brass 1952 CHEVY. Good condi James
964-e305. tin
items. Come see us Friday and batteries. H & R Block tion. 964-3045 after 9 PM. Strickland, corner MorganRd. DRY WALL redecorated. $125 per Telegraph. LARGE CB HOME on 20 acres. St. Rd. 8- 1
Ofid:! Saturday* 9 am III 5. office 31 S. 6th St.,, Mac- 1981 DATSUN 4x4: Air, ,and Hwy 16. TFchg SERVICE month.1/21 9645193. I Itchg niture S appliances. Must Sacrifice Make An Offer.
prflTN* n That Shop, corner clenny Florida. Call 964-8253 --- -------
AM/Fm radio. Assume : Plumb. fixtures and pipes.
Gulf MOBILE HOME: 12x60; part
301 and 16, old 2596992. 1/07 tfn
tfn payments small equity. ed. Free estimates. Handy. ly furnished. 1.16 acres. BARGAIN CENTER. US.301 I Bradford Villa offer new concept In lifestyle with low
Station. 12/31 hardwoodor
Call 9646664. .anytime. Man Fence Co. 964-8559. HOUSE CLEANING. per Utility shed and dog So., 9646679. 2/5 tfn maintenance adult housing offering charm comfort ft
O% OFF ALL PINK TAGS cypress trees. Now Is TFod. day. Also/ company for pen
1978 T-BIRD Auto., AC. 12/81. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN
I BegVlnlng Monday Jan. the time te turn yourcypr.1I : elderly Weekdaysonly. $17 per month or $165 per quality together with energy efficiency.
AM/FM stereo, sun roof. persons. month with lease Call HOUSE 301 South. * * * *
2.1'. Encore Clothing, ponds and hard. 964.8108. Itpd 1/21
New tires, battery and exhaust. I 9646740. We buy and sell
TIM'S 964-5499 anytime. tchg NEW LISTINGS I
9645648. Itchg 1/21 wood stand" Into cash. WILL DO HOUSE WORK:
Keystone 1/21 used furniture and op.
Mutual Lumber Co. thru 9 AM
r HELP 964-7490. 3500. 964-8057. 1 tchg Cabinet Shop Monday til 5 PM. Call Friday 9648207. FOR SALE OR RENT 3 BR, 1 pliances. 8/13 I tfnRECONDITIONED OWNER FINANCING-ln lawtey. 3 BR. CH A appro.
1977 DATSUN pick-up with BA. Unfurnished house.For TV'S: Colors -
Specializing In formica 1/21 2tchg 1/28 1500 sq. ft. stucco home on lac. paved drvw'y separategarage.
WANTED LOSTFOUNDLOST bins and rack $2,000. cabinets. Free Estimates. BRADFORD GARBAGE SER Information call starting at $10000.Tradein's .

1977 CHEVY pick-up. Half 964.8253 VICE We pick up twice a 964-8061 or 964-5079 ask welcome. Phone Bedford lake-Owner Fin. Lg. home w' 30040 ft. garage
ton with and beds, for Donnie. 1/21 964-8212. 6/11 tfn
ulo MECHANIC Service topper week. $6 per month. Call Harry or w/effic. 120' on wat.r.Camm.rclol.2S0' .
DOG Bassett Hound. $2800. 4734876. Itchg tfn COME SEE US AT THE HOUSEOF
( Manager, Experienced.
964-6167, anytime. 1/21 on Hwy. 301. Owner Financing.
C: II I Working Class Heroessployment Lost between Country Club NOTHING FANCY |just TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call 6tpd 2/25 PRIVATE 'TRAILER LOTS in BARGAINS in Lawtey. Handsome, new brick 3 BR 2 BA home in Connerly
Servlc**. and SR16. REWARD. Call dependable transportation. the Office Shop, 110 W. country. 2'/ miles from Full line of clothing: Excellent insulation
954-6788 9647810. 1/14 1970 VW Starke. Owner furnishes childrens and adults at Estates. Fireplace appliances.
3-4472.. Itchg 1/21 or Bug good Call St.. Starke for details, Club. Lots of
FOR RENT 10/22 tfn Luxurious brick home near Coun'ry
2tchg 121FOUND : gas mileage almost new 9645764. tfn. water oil other hook-ups bargain prices.
: Red, black and tires, looks good. Airneeds GLASS CUT TO ORDER: are in. Call 9646365. LIGHT FIXTURES: 8 foot storage. 3 BR, 2 BA well designed. Priced right.

HOMESFOR white Walker hound. repair $995. 1974 El Doors, windows, etc. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE anytime 10/29 tfn fluorescent one and two 809 N. W..tmor.land.N.arly new Assumable mart
SALE Female. South Hampton Camino Classic, radio, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY HOME PARK mobile, homes 1973 DODGE MINI motor bulb strips Used Excellent commercial prop. For many uses Appro. 1
area. Call 4682499. Itchg heat air power steering 9646078. Orders also and spaces for rent. home. Self-contained with with/without bulbs. Work. ac. w/135 ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Ammemtiet too
.. 1/21 brakes. limited slip differential take! in Lake Butler Recreational vehicles roof and motor air with ing and painted. 10.00 numerous to list.
[LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, LOST Black Peep-A-Poo rear end. Good 496.3079 and Keystone welcome. Phone 4682912. generator. Sleeps 6. Call each. Also have some used Commercial lot with 120 ft. on US301. Good buy
'28A| with large rooms. with grey head, red collar. tires. 1595. Phone Heights, 4734973. 2/26 TFchg 7823892. Itchq 1/21 bulbs. 9645184. 1/21 2tpd EXECUTIVE HOMES

[eplace. 12x20 screened Answers to "Penny." 431.II I.. after 5 p.m. 1/21 tfn. HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping 1/28 Stunning 4 BR 2% BA brick home w pool deck pavod

!, p rch. Privacy garden. REWARD. 9646441. Itpd REPROSESSIONS: Department BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK room, TV, and air. FOR SALE NEW BUILDINGS AT FAC. drlv'wy study. LR, FR. w/fireplace on lac. overlooking
H my extras. One yr. old. of Corrections Credit SERVICE: Bradford County Underwood Motel 3 miles TORY. All ports accountedfor. golf course. All appliances inc. 2B30 sq. ft.

Aftum. mortg. ll'/i' % MOBILE Union, UCI. Contact Mrs. residential pump-outs, North of Starke on Hwy. FIREWOOD: Oak. split All structural steel carries Magnificent Ig. home In Country Club Estates 3 BR 3
0 '....5 PM. 4737059. 1/21 HOMES Shufford 431-1212. ext. $50. We also re-lay drain 301. 10/9 tfn $45.00 per load $85 cord. full factory guarantee. BA. HUGE FRw/fireplace on 2 lots.
"I- FOR SALE 315.) 1978 Mercury Bobcat lines. Phone 964-8121. MOBILE HOMES: Highway 16 In Starke area. Next doorto Buildings 10.000 square Conventional Home In Geneva Lake Estates 5 BR 2
-ltkte tt&eit.tltttSALE $2200. 1978 Pontioc Tran- 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSION..L. and Hwy. 16 and 225. Morgan Rood Baptist feet to the smallest I 1,200 BA. sunken FR w/fireplace: LR; OR; 3 '4 ac wooded lot

t OR RENT sAm $4200. 1981 Chevrolet. Car Cleaning Cleanl Call 468-1323 3/12 Church. 12/17 tin square feet. Must sell immediately. paved driveway excellent financing
Chevette $6,000. Also
3 "'i1Z: BA home with 1911 MOBILE HOMES accepting Service. Cleaned, tIn 1968 MASSEY FERGUSON Will sell cheap. -33 Acres-Beautiful home. Ideal for horse operation
bids on the follow. washed glazed 3 BR, 1 BA LIVING ROOM Call toll free
payments starting at back hoe 3165. Good condition LAKEFRONTNeat
nSffT"; central AC/Heat. ing: 1978 Chrysler Cordoba
I[Terras. $147.00 per month. John vacuumen, sanitized and dining room & kitchen. $5.000. or best offer 1-800-248-0065 or ft Clean brick duplex on Kingilvy lake View''
of ,
3 mi. north minimum bid $900
deodorized. $7.00 pick-up central heat and In
air front loader 18002480321. Ext 777
Brown Mobile Home Has end Tropical lot on beautiful lake Geneva. Only $24 200
tae! US-301. CallEviIngs' 1978 Mazda minimum bid
and delivered or Phone 4681779.
your Hampton. and ditch Call 1.21 & 2/11 pd
964-8702 Center 473-3775.4/9 $1400. Credit Union digger Cute ft coty board and batten cottage on loko Brooklyn
: Call ask
place. 964-7226 ((1st months rent in advance.
iMitttHtHliillMotorcycle tfnchg. reserves the right to refuse for Dennis. 12/10 tfn .)S/7 tfn Norris 4963900. MOBILE HOME POLES: 100 Home on crystal clear Silver, lake Pretty lot
U'/tl "Price Leaders of 12/31 3tpd 1/14 built home little Ik. Santa f o 2 Ac
any and all bids. 1/21 FAMILY H..IRDESIGNERS TRAILER LOTS: High and dry; amps, $135, 200 amp. Custom 2sty. on
HAY: Argentme-Bahia.
the South" with the lowest 1970 VW FASTBACK. Completely $225. Call anytime POTPOURRI
oak shade trees; 2 miles
rate of 16 1/2 percent! rebuilt motor. Still 144 W. Call St. South on US-30.1., 964-8238. Edwards twice.9645379.2I No rain. J. M. 964-6365. Sporke. 10/29 tin Geneva Lake Estates-Beautiful wooded > Ac ''ot .
1 Large selection/ of 12, 14 under warranty. $950. 964-7303 9/3t4rs -1-I GAS HEATERS: gas stoves, Clean neighborhood w/rolling hills. Tennis courts

1910 HONDO CM 400 Ti V.t. and 24 wldes. Factory owned 9648727. Itpd 1/21 OpenT. DUPLEX: 124 N. Myrtle St. HAY cattle Very and good horses quality.Clifford For electric stove; miSC. fur Country Club lot. Great contemporary neighborhood7TH

:jf.r Fairing saddle bags. and operated. COM. W. F 9 til 5:30 $195 per .? month. 9647145. 1/14 niture. lamps Call Day Advent. Church Rd. 230A.
{luggage racViT'baclC; .*,MUNITY MOBILE HOME -'GENERAL Thur. .11 am ill 7 Refrigerator: ,, stove, Martin.Jtcha 1 21Classified 964-6365, 10/29 tfn 615 Melton Terrace-Have to see to appreciate
Cruise cental. $1 fA dtJ ,SALES Highway 301-N-- Sat. -9 em til 3 PM 'cbrf>eforig';..e el1"964-8944_ oi !t : Bessent Road-3 BR 2 BA. Well built. Groat location
96.4.707. 1'71 21 cl: I28' ,' Starke.. Open 7' days W-'" \kPAIRSt '. I ; Appointments" 91 !:Of t.r nm.203ANotice! | ,. ..... Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?
week. 964-W4l'10 tfn.: Roofing Painting Not Always Necessary ,n 334 N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable
COMMERCiAL Henry Hodges. 1/07 ffnClassified ':." r .5 acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole septic tank

: TIM'S 782.3463 Ads I ud S1b / '40 Acres New River. High and rolling
: PROPERTY call after 4 p.m. 4.7 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.

Cabinet ShopREMODELING Get Results *!* Realtor Associates After Hours
I Morning Sun' Health Realtor .
Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964 6593
BRADFORD MINI & DRY Food Store has 'new
Mobile Coles
Roofing Fred Socket Broker-Salesman 468.1664
..WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX I WALL SERVICE. hours. Monday thru Fri i 904-782-3931 .
Martha Dorko 782 3397
/ for sale. 80 Pc,. .Specializing in formica Moved & WaterproofingNew day 1-5 pm. Senior HANDYMAN SPECIAL on valuable' Madison S'. properlyTwo Byron Terwillegor-964-7776 Anne Terwillegor Nolson-47S. I 1677

owner financing available cabinets.. Local or statewide Citizen 10% Discount on ( homes for ,a'/.. Both $22.500.
at 11 pet. I'/i acres with Free estimates. moves. Set-up ,& connections & Reroofing Vitamins i ].OMCTHING DIFfCRCNT 'In a home 'in Strawberry Acre

room for expansion. Phone done. Call Shingles Buildup I You ow. (t to yourself to 'look.
wner. 473.2735.9124 tfn 964-8253 $1-462-4587 evenings. Cool Seal 1 CLOSE TO HOSPITAL, -One acre hom.. it.. S6.000. Bobby's Hide-A-Way.
IS All of AUCTIONThe [ LOVELY HOME for r.t. couple. Scrn'd. porches fenced Hwy.. 301 S.. \\ al.to
type repairs
( workshop. More. $45.000.IN .
State License Alachua County ( _COUNfffy 6 Ac. $10.200,10: Ac..$ .000.; 30 Ac. .
Ads ; Firewood & Scrap ("HEEstimates!: School Board will sell to I $21.000. lot. lowfoy area 2 wells. $2.300 \C

(jet Res ults jj: Oak & Pine 964.7322.964.6064 the highest bidder at \ fiRfECT MOBILE HOME SIrE 10 Ac.. born and more c"C

$10. truckloadOak PUBLIC AUCTION. 14 WE'HAVE a very 'lovely Spanish style home 'for soeI c* s
4x4's School Buses & various I Would you believe' $32.000? Made us prove it. fi'\\ f'\\

I Mary Kay.Cosmetics $40.t1 cord o Llmerock eC misc. items Sat., Jan. I f,77 ACRES WITH 'lovely/ 3 BR. 2 BA mobile' home CH&A only \\\CC -:'
Call Sunthlii Acrts 23. 10:30: a.m. at the $33.000. './
.... FIiW1I. A-1 Top Soil 0e School Board Complex MICHAEl B. COONEY I sN"i. \\ \\..\\\
Louise Starling '235 964-7699 1817 E. University Ave., Realtor Associate' Homo 964 8827P. ;,\
or coma out between Dralnffeld Rock Gainesville Fla.
Call Injftimt4SIHI7
..ftf092'! Wai.. 9:30: and 2:30 and Fill & Lawn Sand a For more Information O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301' S. lAWff, FL 32058 I liar llnurn I pm :2 It.ippv, \ lIar -< pin ,,ii,,

,&,Weekends we'll load for you :
e Sands e
Building BEN CAMPEN 'I91O1SEBS8SSS 1015101 551 SESISSOR O-OBBO-O-8EB-O-O'O-O-OOD 000-8-1

:1'o': 8i Compare!! "We "" and Wrap"HARDEE'S Any amount.. AUCTIONEERS INC.. Ads J STROUT REALTY INC. BROKER
Delivered or UhaulPh. GAINESVILLE Get Results :
!SpA-i.fl Irt-iifr.uicV! for 3756600. Lorraine Champion. Broker

.. b ih\ I Homo Parks 782.3172 838 N. Temple Ave. 964-8931, 473-3096

"" ",11 t tV plVI of hollH1.s Allen E. Taylor [ R! j t210/ 2 or 3 BR 2 BA, brick home on 7 10th acre Southgote' subdivision AI

... for RECOVERY pliances, some furniture workshop. $53 200 terms
} ...'. 'policies .,. :
J* .Y MEAT MARKETFrom 1207 3 BR. 1 BA on 3 lots Ig metal warehouse good coinnioic.ol mtustniivit
tMH>ilt homes.'Call ; .. : SPECIAL PRICE: $36.000.

-* for Quote the ,...ii to the Pen fliitp Lite S.ml-( Truck Drivers The Recovery ROOM .1 l 0206 20 plus acres. 3 wells 2 septic Ig metal born 2 ac m pine nut >ro<-> q( ul

: Olln's Mobile We ma......' .ia. ....r lot You Spark Pliigi or Heavy Equipment lake City local D,-.' : location. 47250. $1$.000 down.
Opmim Sun IK*"** Archie Tanner Funeia1' .
99' Ea.SW Tel ,ret. Home */I95 2 bedroom home plus I bedroom furnished block rental 525 500 $5 )Q()
Sales :
-flome 1100 34]6414 964 5757 Slorke$ Fl down.
Elafne f M. Olin Agent 216 E. WashIngton St. Open Monday Saturday Muffler ft f/5S/ I 12.87 ac. form Large new born. I BR home 6 oc in pine $42 000 $11:: 000
Starke. Florida 32091 964-472S down.

._',"; 964-5606 Discount Parts LEE CASEYCONSTRUCTION j Want to sell Call us today Our buyers are waiting 'for your mover
24 Hours L.

ftL I 964-5677 4iir' SpP8S100011OSSSSSSIStO101t00000.s.eposppspo-oo-oeo.ooo.oz

:. Community I I Remodeling Additions :: PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICEIV' '/:;"' I Ads Get Results

\ All Types Insured If & 11

Beat the ColdGet New Construction ( FREE ESTIMRTES I Well

; Home Sales your firewood early Call for FREE Estimates II i Call Thomas D. (Nettles ) Drilling

Mobile Oak or Pine, $40. pickup I 533-2082 1.st I 496-3738 Lake ButlermKroll Y4

,. -- .. load or$70 per cord. ____ ._t 'JJ 2" thru 6"
Hwy 301 N. 964-8747 Starke, Florida Call Thomas Nettles Fast Rotary
1' Lake Butler I

496-3738 Job OpportunitiesWITH Realty Company Drilling Equip.
II. 9/bun State Licensed
N Temple I Ave.
C ':4 REALTOR* Stark Florida Pumps

... 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath ..... I Branch Mgr, David L. Dodge ,\ssoe. Realtor .
New & UsedeLovely
964-7685 Eves. 964-5370
3V2 ton Air Conditioner Now Accepting Application Sales Parti-Service
pizya 3 BR home on .3 23: Acre lot between

I Bedford Lake. large Lake Butler and Rair r E-Z Terms

$13,995 for Motor Route Carriersin shaded lot $59.900 ford on busy route 121: '
: -HutWAITRESSES $I7. 00) ; PlumbingNew
. .
L Our linliiiK prumiiUil ttinaiiih noire Hum I....lirukt-r.

_ _ _ _ _ Installation
Starke & Surrounding Areas
't;;; 60x12 We've theINGREDIENTS Remodeling Repairs
'Used 60x12 New got Must be bondable and have dependable trans Register Oil & Gasi 'n'ancemH

2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath Dilation.. Good opportunity to supplemenyour .
To Turn Your : ) S. Thompson Street

SPARE TIME income in exchange for a few hour 964-5888 "PUMP&

i 6500 7995 into work each morning. For more Information, I'I'c c(:Gulf) 'SUPPLY


10 I e LP Gas e Fuel Oil . : .

VA & FHA &, Conventional. Financing on Lot.' I 915 Temple Ave. 864 AT.Temple .
GAINESVILLE SUN e Home Delivery e Cash & Carry
Pizza Hut
Prices Include Set-Up & Delivery Ave.

L Large selection of 12, 14 & 24's to choose'frorn, Ao Equl Opportunity CIRCULATION DEPT. Starke. Fl.I .

EmpIoy.rL 964-8170 Martin I and Perfection Heaters

_ 964-7061

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Consignment Sales Shop Terwi'llegar

964-7200 377-1096

Starke; Motors Melrose, WaldoGainesville
Businessman Looking for an EncoreBy Keystone Hgts., Lake Butler 1

206 W. Madison

Tony Burke Jacksonville 354.3533
BCT Staff Writer
Finding a job can bea headache.The
American dream Is to be your own 1 P9u
boss, to own your own business. But In
these hard times,it seems Impossible to
your borrow own or business.earn enough money to begin 1982 Ford EXP 11981 Ford F250

"But it can be done. Frances that and Tire 3 Dr Sporty Coupe, red and (4X4)) Pickup, 133" WB., 302 V-8,

Williams Mark Williams own the have Encore proven Consignment black tu-tone, low back cloth and Ranger Package, 4 speed j

Shop in Starke.located at321 N.Temple US-301 vinyl seat (reclining), flip up transmission, power steering

"Frances and I scraped up our)" pen. open 'air roof, automatic trans- and brakes, tilt wheel, cruise
nies and took a" look around, said
Mark. "We -had managed' put axle, power steering, speed concontrol, air cond., and tinted
together t,500. There wasn't much we trol AM-FM stereo cassette
fuel tank 40 channel
could do with such a small sum." glass, aux. ,
'The Williams put their heads together w/premium sound system, TRX C.B. radio, AM-FM stereo cas.
and thought about it What business _
could start up without any real inven- t perf. package w/steel wheels, sette, step bumper, ((5) 7.50x16

S air cond., and tinted glass, conv. 10 Ply tires, limited slip front

"We had managed to group, protection group, 11,700 and rear axle, 21,800 miles, Ford

scrape together 1500. = | miles, Ford 12 month, 12,000 mile 12 month, 12,000 mile warranty.

There wasn't much ice

could do icith with; New SALE10,995
$8,295 $13.800.
such us1nal/sum" $ SALE

I lx
tory; or an inventory that didn't cost
anything? They found theiranswer Mtp
consignment sales. +y'r
Basicly,a consignment shop operatesby 11. ,

for selling a commission.other people's Such merchandise a business 1981 Ford LTD 2 Dr. 302 V-8 J

would not ha ve to pay for anything until
It'was already sold. r4 Automatic overdrive, AM-FM stereo, power windows, power :
The next step was to go and see how door locks front vent windows dual remote mirrors
pivoting j
such a place was run The Williamses i

looked at one consignment shop from in ,. .. cloth seats, 24,700 miles, 12 month, 12,000 mile warranty. j jSALE$8,495

Gainesville books and;magazines gathered information In' the public ,.. ....." ,

libraries,'picking'up useful information
along the way Frances and Murk Williamsnumber ;
Then they took the plunge, moving into -
their first shop, located on Walnut St.
the items for sale. An item can be reclaimed at any time, ,
Two weeks later they were on of different .
verge of panic from staring 'at an "We sell nearly new'clothing; not used and many are to avoid pricing that
would be truly a""steal' (A clarinet, .
alwa>'s-empty shop clothing, Frances said. The difference -
Slowly, little breaks occurred, and is In the quality. An item, must currently going for$75,would certainlyfall .,
business picked up. One break, look "nearly new" not "used"; it must into this category; a pair ot lour-or
Williams said,was a small paragraphIn still look store bought Items brought to live-dollar jeans might not.) 1981 Mercury XR7 Cou
Telegraph announcing the shops Encore must be clean and unwrinkled. Encore accepts for sale small furniture 9rstereo
existence. Another break was buying A typical transaction at encore mightgo nearly new appliances, hand- 302 V-8, automatic overdrive, TRX tires,
small advertising spots on a local radio something. like the following: A certain made clothing, and other small items.
station. item is brought in, and a price is Crafts are not too much in evidence; as w/premium sound system, tilt wheel, interior decor group, power
"Business tripled alter that," he decided upon. A pair of jeans might go they tend to be more expensive a nd time and
seats windows door locks roof roof
said. "We broke even on our investmentin consuming t'or-Ute maker. power sun w/vinyl 2,700
three months. In !'actwe decided we miles
needed a bigger shop and so moved into "7'iro iceeks I Inter, Mrs. Williams is expecting their first ,
our present location in March of 1981." child "any djy: now," and this has prompted
The shop had been empty oft and on ice were on lie verge of the Williams'to begin looking for i
for years, having housed an auto parts prospected: buyers for their business. 'NeW"3.995Sa'e$10,495
store gun shop, mission store and panic from staring at analicajseinttyshop. "Frances has! decided to stay home \
C.B.radio repair. business. Williams with the baby,so we will ha veto sell the .
rented'a 12 pound sledgehamer and .. business Mark said:"We ate determined -
knocked out tour Inside concrete block to make the down payment low
walls. enough to allow someone to assume the
"We did most of the work ourselves, tor five dollars. A small contract is business the !same way we did.: "
hiring high school! kids to help out," he signed, simply stating that it the item
said. "We had to cut'costs wherever we dots not sell for the agreed price in two "We haven't gotten rich; but it has
could. We fixtures and hangers been and exciting, educational and
bought months, it will be sold halt-price If
from a shop that had gone out of In another month it&U11 has not sold,the rewarding experience for us.; We'd be
business. We and night fora happy to share our experiences with 1981 Ford Escort
painted day price is lowered even more in some 1981 Mercury Capri '
anyone Interested in starting their own
week; so much,until our glasses were cases to one dollar or less.
with much that the business on a shoestring and thank "Black 3 Dr. 4 "SS" 3 Dr Hatchback cloth and vinyl
spattered so paint A sate is held at the beginning of each Magic" speed, :
who has made
our shop a sue-
shop Laying looked carpet great.would be the easiest month It alter to move three months out this the merchandise.item remains eras everyone transmission, 6 cyl engine, T-Top, air seat, digital clock. low. back reclining :$ 1

job yet, Williams thought. lie figured it unsold, it may be given to a charity or Alter all-the American dream could cond. and tinted glass, console, AMseats, AM-FM stereo radio .;:: j
would take about 45 minutes to Just roll otherwise disposed of if not reclaimed. come true!for you. FM stereo cassette w/premium sound w/premium sound system, alum, sport .; I
It.out, and glue it down as he went - -- - -
along. Two days passed, and still one system, power door locks, TRX tires wheels, extended range fuel tank, air I

room remained uncarpeted. WOW!II! Buy Direct from Factory and wheels, power steering and cond. 10,200 miles, Ford 12 month, If j
Other' minor
seemingly problems brakes,9,000 miles 12,000 mile warranty :
barred the path to easy solutions, like
Williams' attempt to repair the air con SAVE Home FurnitureCut
ditioner. Alter several futile attempts, on New $ New $6 895 i
8 995
he had paid'a a blown repairman fuse. $23-only to learnit Out the Middleman, Call or Come Visit Us '11,500 SALE '8,595 SALE 1'

Encore consignment shop stocks a :
Called Her ,
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Daisy" Tickets Double Bed i 1981 Mercury Zephyr Sla.w/convenTional i

Sale 210 Coil Quality Inner Spring Cloth and vinyl seats, 175x14 WSW radials
on Mattress with Box SpringSr ', f 2
spare, power steering, speed control, air conditioning, AM-FM
Tickets for "They Called Her stereo radio deluxe rack miles :
Daisy", a musical comedy based on $ luggage 4 speed, 24,400 a
the life of Juliette Gordon Low, -:
founder of the Girl Scouts,are now on :-
sale. Located 1.7 miles North of US 90 on US 41 to Guerdon Road, turn right,} $
"They Called Her Daisy" will be First Gate "Factory Direct Store". 6,995 I
presented March 12 through March 21 New '8,895 Sale
at the Little Theatre of the Jackson- I0
vile Civic Auditorium. The book
music and lyrics by RosalindMacEnulty
were commissioned by %i
the Gateway Girl Scout Council for 1982 Models
the March observance of the Girl '
Scouts' 70th birthday. The musical '1981 Ford Granada "GL" Sedan I
has been cast with professional actors

and Reserved musicians seats from will the cost area.$4 in ad-, onSAtl: 4 door, six cyl, automatic transmission, split. bench seats, P185 *

vance are and on$5 a at first-come the door All, first-serve reservations WSW w/conventional spare, tilt wheel, speed control, power win- r

basis. For ticket Information,contact ? dows, power door locks, light group, wire wheel covers, AM-FM

Shearer Gateway St.Girl, Jacksonville Scout Council, ,Fl.Inc.32205.,1000 stereo, visor vanity mirror, tu-tone paint, 11,000 miles ,sou

Or call Carolyn Eaves at 964-5812 N

after S p.m.Patron sponsorship. also is being *9 195

solicited for$100. The sponsorship In- I
cludes two complimentary tickets Specializing in New '11,895 Sale ,
and a patrons reception on opening
night. :$
Juliette Gordon Low was an Edwar- FLEETWOODwith :..:....:..
dian "Jet setter" from Savannah who
was married to the wealthy prices starting at J
Englishman, Willie Low. Her hus- Ford Motor Co."Executive" .
band close friend of
was a England'
playboy prince who later became
King Edward VII. Her courage in $735500 Car :
overcoming the personal tragedy of a "
unhappy marriage and a scandalous 48 Month Ford Credit FinancingFull ;g
divorce contrasts with the rollicking,
character of this "Factory" Warranties Available
delightful eccentric.: Juliette, .
nicknamed "Daisy", was also a sensitive JOHN BROWN r.Y.
artist and lover of nature. Her
headstrong determination served her :
well as she defied the sterotyped image ,Clyde Terwillegar Byron Terwillegar
of the wealthy society dOgooderI MOBILE HOME CENTERHwy.
I I began the Girl Scout: organization Warney "Let'um Ride" Adkinson :
in 1912. Her creative spirit has 21N, Keystone Hgts 473-3775 :::
i resulted in a youth movement which .'::
has had an impact on the lives of --"-...
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