Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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102nd Year STARKE.FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
23rd Issue Thursday December 25. 1980 USPS 06Z-7UO

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chairman of the commission selectedfor The municipal Judge post became:
Andy Denonn a one-year term from the elected unnecessary when the voters of
BCT Staff Writer ,M members of the commission.The Florida passed Article Five which
Nine members of a charter revision mayor, until October 1, 1972 municipal cases under the I
commission! {were appointed by the served as the municipal Judge for the jurisdiction of the county Judge. This
Starke city council at its Tuesday City of Starke and received a fee from
Charter.... P.3A
0. It ItN Dec. 16 semi-monthly meeting to start fines for each conviction. (See

working on revising and updating the __ _n_
u w i antiquated, Instrument.
Commissioners made recommendations ,
i to Mayor-Commissioner
!' Charley Schaefer who appointed com-
\ mittee members Ed Wall Becky + r rlq
Roberts, L.C. McCutcheon and Gene
Mathews. hCommissioners, r ?y. d
f Travis Woods and y
Vernon Silcox are expected to make
,recommendations to Schaefer to appoint .1 "A714ttx"n "
l} ti yV I two more local residents of
I Starke to the charter: commission.
lI. t 'Schaefer appointed Veteran City
I. .Clerk Merril Edwards City Commis-
sioner Bobby Milner;Jr., and City At- n "
torney George Pierce to the commis- "v.y
,!slon. He. appointed Starke Police 7
r Chief Jimmy Bowen as an ex-offlclo .
-. ,member of the board. .
o During the last 20 years a number f l
.,' Old-Fasliioned Christmas... of" attempts have been made to
1 I., Or-, bow nice It would be to turn the clock back to in old; beautiful Christmas tree? Well, It still does! The popcorn change .the style of the form of I
fashioned Christmas when thing teemed to much the ladles are stringing on the Christmas tree In the First government that operates the City of
ilntpler. Remember when you could shop for Christmas. Methodist Church was much prettier than the gold and Starke.jThe ,
I with a 120 bill? Now It takes 120 Just for one gift. liver garlands they all agreed.. : only successful change was going
Remember when one doll or one toy truck really meant Dressed up In old-fashioned the ladles are (1-r) from the Mayor-council form of
something to a child?! Mr*. Carolyn Eaves. Mrs. and Mrs. Annette government to the mayor-
Remember when popcorn strung on a pine tree made a I4WSOH. ',commissioner type with the mayor or

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chapter of the continuing' story of the1 clerk's tires being slashed been brought 'to, 'light several years ,tacking creditability of statements of tt'J1
saga of the affairs of the City of last weekend. ago." public officials that are untrue. '.
Hampton took place Thursday, Dec. The Gainesville Sun story quoted The Telegraph has learned that the Public officials are liable for their actions
18, when four of the members of the Wadsworth with the following statement Florida Department of Law Enforce- the attorney explained. Loaded Down With Christmas SpiritMrs.
city council requested a hearing with that seemed to upset the four ment has gone to Hampton to see if a Wolbert stated Wadsworth could be
their attorney J J. Wolbert In his of- members of the council: further Investigation .is warranted recalled Just like any other elected of Mildred Williams was one of the shoppers putting the finishing I
fice to talk with Wolbert about resign- '.Wadsworth said Monday, Dec. 15, after receiving a complaint. ficial. touches on her Christmas purchasing at the Bradford Square shopping
ing their positions. he is learning about situations in the Wolbert pointed out to those present center Monday morning, though she lives In Alachua.
city government, that should have that there are a variety of ways of at- (Hampton Saga.... P.ZA) Mrs. Williams has for years come to Starke to shop at Stump's Depart i
Those present at the meeting were ment Store she expl.lned.Christmas.
Councilwomen Lola Williamson and 1
Jane Hall, Councilmen Ted Curtis,Sr.

Fred and Chuck Phillips.Rowland Sr. plus Marshal Slippery Burglar Eludes Law Enforcement NetA Shopping 'Soft9 :

After a long discussion the four
council members agreed to stay on would-be burgler played cat and John C. Clark. Authorities chased; of SR-230. When Dempsey stopped his Overall, Christmas shopping in Starke stores has been a little better I
and try to conduct the affairs of the mouse Just east of Starke between Miller out of the Ralph Bryan homeon patrol car to question the man, the than last year, but has not set the world on fire, according to a survey of
City of Hampton at the next monthly SR-230 and SR-18 but so far has eluded SR-230 Just east of the Starke city! suspect started running. local stores Monday, Dec. 22, by the Telegraph.
meeting Tuesday Jan. 13, at 7:30 city county and state authoritieswho limits. T' Having no definite connection bet- Ronny Hall manager of Eckerd's Drug Store was the only person to
pm.Curtis threw up a perimeter of men last Harriet Bryan came home about: ween the man running and the Bryan report his store has shown a good Increase over last year. According to
explained that the council: Thursday, Dec. 18. 2:30 p.m. to find a jewelry case in the burglary Dempsey fired two shots Hall. Eckerd's will show a good increase over 1979. I
members had gone the limit with new living room with the Jewelry strewn over the suspect's head. Then the An Eckerd's clerk said business Saturday night was booming right until
Clerk Gordon Wadsworth Jr. closing time. People were handing out big bills; there was no Indication InEckerd's
City Using the man's car as a source across the floor. Mrs. Bryan quicklyleft suspect really took off running his
We want to put a stop to the mess authorities have identified thesuspect the house and went across the' coattails really flapping, the that the recession has hit here, the clerk Indicated. ,
and wants to turn in his Settles of TG i Y told the Telegraph business far this I
everyone as Jeffrey Miller an escapee road to use a phone to call the Telegraph' has been told. Floyd so
resignation." Curtis said. Christmas shopping season has been "wishy washy"with days better
from Hillsborough County. The car Sheriffs Department Nobody was Authorities quickly threw up a net
"There were false accusations was registered under one of Miller's home at the Bobby Shannon home,the of armed men on Bessent Road and than others. Business in Sunday night's Moonlight Sale was outstanding -
made In this week's Gainesville Sun known alias' of Jerry Lee Davis and first house she tried, and it took her a SR-230 and the small dirt road that Settles said. Overall Settles says, TG& Y business has been as good
little time to get to the second house runs between the two highways. The as 1979 but no better.
David Grissinger of Piggly Wiggly Supermarket said I
and use a phone. suspect was spotted several times manager
town Griers.4sA Chief Deputy Sheriff Robert Green after that but authorites were never business was starting to pick up over last weekend,but over the month of I
z4'r Early Deadline Set was on Bessent Road when the alert able to catch him.It December sales were erratic. '
For New Year HolidayBecause went out. He went immediately to the .Is thought the suspect escaped by "I hope that every one spends" their money in Starke, regardless. of
Bryan home and was the first on the going under a culvert in a drainage where (locally) they spend it, GrissingerRandall ; said.
\ Jan. I. 11181 falls on Thursday scene., Also approaching the scene ditch on Bessent Road. The networkwas Milton manager of Winn-Dixie,said business is Improved over
next week the Telegraph will be ,was Deputy John Dempsey who saw a moved north toward SR-16. 1979.Roy
published a day early. \ man wearing light blue jacket walk- Bloodhounds were borrowed from Pullan, assistant manager at Food Fair said business has been
r1 The Jan. 1 edition will be printed Ing back toward Starke along the side o system and the suspect was "great" improved over last year.
Tuesday. Dec. 30. It will be en he tracked back to Starke.The suspect Is Clothier Jim Womack of Stump's Department Store indicated business
street next Tuesday and In the mall, thought to have knocked on the door'of Is about like last year.
next Wednesday. Dec. 31. There will a St.Clair Street home in the east Stan Mathis, owner of Stan's Boolery, and Olin White, owner of Koch's
be no mall delivery next Thursday edge of Starke and asked for a Drug Store.said business on Call Street downtown may be a little better

Jan.. .. Inside... cigarette and a light. He is thought to this year.
Early deadlines .will be noon Mon- have been seen uptown, his pants wet "It's soft," states John Miller, advertising director for the Telegraph,
day. Jan. 8. for both classified and Two Sections up to his knees.Darkness meaning business could be worse but could be better,
display advertising.News SECTION AIEdltorl.I..P.g. hampered the search.
for the Jan. I edition shouldbe News. .............Pages 1A-3A The burlgar had the ,,'.
In the Telegraph office as early 4A and some Jewelry laid out
Monday. possible so there will be Society...........P.... SAfttA ready weapons to be taken. Authorities think Welty Reinstated
THURSDAY DECEMBER M time to set the type.. The Telegraph Corr..pond.nc.P.g. 4A.7AA11A someone else was to have stopped by
CHRISTMAS DAY cannot promise to get articles In the Sports....... ......Pages IA-10A the house to pick up the stolen items. ; I
Mtrery Christmas new.p.per&h.t arrive later than ( Legals Real Est.....Page 11A The suspect had to travel light and
and a Very p.m. Monday The staff needs all the SECTION B< could take only items he could stuff To Practice LawStarke ""I
Nappy New' Yearn early copy It can get the first thing Obituaries.... ..........Page 4B into his pockets.A .
.Monday. .morning. 7 ,CI.'flad..P.'B&7.N.w. B blue Chevrolet Camaro was found
T.IESDAY! DECEMBER ]O -The Editor Briefs.:... .. ... ..Pages IB parked on the small dirt road Just east attorney Richard Welty was Keystone Heights attorney Myron..
BRADFOR COUNTY of the Bryan home. Miller's Identitywas reinstated Monday, Dec. 15, Prevatt for helping/ keep my practice'l i i
ZONING BOARD traced from the car. The suspect tice under the Florida Bar by order of together, my staff and his staff and;
Meeting7i3 p.m. Is thought to have been trying to get to the Florida Supreme Court after he my clients .for their continued sups|
... .... Christmas the car when, spotted by Deputy was suspended from the practice of port. ;
Closings... '
of Starke Dempsey. law last May..
City Welty, 38, was found to have used!
Planning& Zoning Board A fence post was used to knock out a Welty received official confirmation trust funds from his clients' trust fund I j
Meeting Moat of the area' major business and offices will be closed Christmas kitchen window In the back of the of the reinstatement by mail to pay personal and business ex4penses
CANCELLED Day this Thursday Dec. 23, and some Friday. : Bryan home to gain entry to the Thursday Dec. 18. without the knowledge and:;'
,Bradford County Courthouse will be closed Thursday and Friday, house. The order places Welty on proba- consent of the clients, according to:
Dec.25-28. Courthouse offices wll reopen Monday.. Dec. 29, with regular' Last Wednesday the'Ann Godwin tion for a period of two years and asks the Florida Bar. Welty at the !
hours. .- ,home on Bessent Road was burgledwith him to provide quarterly financial 'was suspended stated all the monies
F City Hall in Starke wm be closed Thursday and Friday, Dec. 23-20, and entry gained by knocking out a statements to the Florida Bar. He was were paid back before the bar In4
reopen Monday on regular hours. window In the top of a door Into the ordered to pay petition costs of S32A
Realtor* The U.S. Post Office in Starke will be closed all day Christmas Day.The utility room. Jewelry guns and for reinstatement. vestigatlon, but admitted his trust ac4
((904). ) 7B2-3f3t. window will open for business on a Saturday schedule Friday. Dec. 28, clothes were taken. Welty said a hearing was held on hs! counts were In a state of chaos at one!.
HOMU tOTS ACREAGE ,from 8:30: a.ITU to noon., LL The Steve Simmons home on SR-100 application for reinstatement befor time a situation he corrected
AUTHORIZED DEALER All three banks Starke the Community State Bank, Florida Bank at west of Starke was also the burgled Chief Judge Everett Richardson of : befl'thelUSpenslon ::
Starke and Fortune Federal, will be closed Christmas Day and reopen recently. -- .. "the Fourth Judicial Circuit in his office Investigation of Welly's oIfk '
Friday, Dec. KJ : Anyone with information on the -taJacksonville October 111. counts and suspension proceedings?
.r 1fJ Bradford School Board offices will be closed Dec. 24 S3 and 26. and whereabouts of Jeffrey Miller .Is ask. Richardson: acted as referee In 'the followed a complaint filed with they;'
t7ltJie$ reopen Monday.Dec. 20, for regular hours. Students are on holiday until ,l: ed to contact the; Sheriffs Department ease- and ,recommended. Welt) be? Florida Bar Association In September!'
Jan.. S. Some school administrators are,taking vacations during the Immediately warrant was obi reinstated." um by Louise S. Lyons a former '
Hwy 301 N. f.O. Sox 1266Iawtey. holidays but there will be somebody at the county office on the days It is tamed Friday..Dec.it for Milter's MSrest _'"I am glad the ordeal over," Wel resident of Starke who live In Wwev
Fl. 330M open the T.f..ro"* was told.. Bond was set at$20,000. ty said.IJ. would: like to publicly thank Stockbridge, Mass. -.


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Page ZA TELEGRAPH December 25, 1980I

HOWARD DOUGLAS PUT IN 30 YEARS ,1', ,tnV, c fill: j, ,. t. II', <'it:;,;( ., ,. ,"' I

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I Howard Douglas started farmer:: has delivered the mail,
delivering mall 30 yean ago It cost 3t( messages, and groceries on the *.
to mail a letter. ., Brooker rural route.Douglas delivers NOTICEThe
i Douglas, 55, Is retiring Jan.:3 and some 2,000 pieces of mail a day six
today it costa 15*to mail the same let days,a week over a route that is 74
ter. Post cards have gone from It to miles long., Bradford county Motor
-tot since Douglas bail been delivering In addition,Douglas has a farm and
'mail. raises livestock. There won't be any station will
.1 For the past 30 yean the Brooker problem about how to keep busy when Vehicles Inspection
Douglas retires from the Postal Service
) : '' be closed
"I'm going to just farm and enjoylife"
more h arnptort... Now, anybody knows there is DECEMBER 22 THROUGH 26
I (From Page 1A) more than enough to keep a man busy
around a farml! Authority of the Bradford county
Douglas had put in 30 years on the By
official where
Any public
\Onisfeasance, malfeasance and non- Brooker route as of Nov. 17. When he Board of county commissioners

i Sfeasance can be proved Is subject to first started there were no paved . .
!She roads.The route was 45 miles long for .. .... .. ... .. '' '' '
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miles and : :
then went to 74 .
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"This stuff has got to stop : : ;f.c: .
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Douglas and his wife, Jean, have
type of trash has to stop their petty
four children: Eddie, a Certified
quibbles. Public Accountant with the firm of
chairman Cur-
Wolbert to
Monk, Davis, and Farnsworth In
tis, said "you have a gavel or if youdon't and Gainesville Sue
Starke ;
assist in
I'll to
loan one
you Crawford,who lives at Graham; Deb-
order at the meetings."If
keeping the chairman the gavel for bie Pate, who lives in Leesburg, and
raps Greg,who is studying for the ministryat
order and that won't bring r
meeting to order,then it is up to Marshal Stetson.
of J.K Douglas
The son
Phillips to see that order is main-
Brooker all his life exceptfor
tained," Wolbert said. has lived in
3'4 In the Army.So .
Wolbert explained that if an Item is years
been shot
far Douglas has never
not approved by motion and not at, or bitten by a dog on his mail Last Days for Douglas... t
entered into the minutes of the route. There has been only three Brooker Rural Route Carrier Howard Douglas will deliver mall for the final t
meeting then the city is not obligatedto minor accidents. lime Jan. 2.
pay for it.
Hall cited an instance in which -,- rm .
Wadsworth hired a lady from Brookerto i
assist him with setting up a systemfor
the water bills and he then
presented council with a bill to pay: COMMITTED DEDICATION
the lady without prior approval of
council."I .
assume the city clerk's office hasa 5
budget and if the Item is not
budgeted the council shouldn't
authorize it," Wolbert said.
"The major problem the Hampton
City Council has is they don't have an
adequate organization, because of
years of neglect," Wolbert said.
"What do you accomplish by BECAUSE WE CARE....
resigning?" Wolbert asked."I .
can't sit back and let Wadsworthtell
fibs about ," Williamson said. May the true spirit of Christmas
me It is our deep commitment to be with and
"We have derided to give it a try for you yours.
one more meeting" Hall said. offer the finest in traditional

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I 2 KH Council Members Differ on Future 'Of'BSotorcycle TrackA

difference of opinion between two Talledega, Alabama with a six month why they would move twice.". them to build everything they would t '
members 9f the Keystone Heights City lease on the facilities there. McRae had Indicated the company need at the airport here before the d 9" s u
Council has thrown- dbubt on the .McRae said then that Keystone was had contacted him by telephone concerning cold weather came" McRae said.
chances that the Harley Davidson still In the running In the company's the possible use of the "As for what they intend to do when
motorcycle company will locate a test search Cor a warm weather locationfor deserted landing strip located at the their lease in Alabama runs out I'm
track at the Keystone Airport.It the test track.,Keystone Heights fuwth rad of the 26,000 acre property. not sure but I do know we are still In
was announced by Keystone City Councilwoman Kitty McGlave McRae said company representatives the running."
Heights City Councilman Bruce however disagrees. have told him they still intendto McRae. has supported the idea'
McRae at the last city council "it's a dead Issue as far as I can move further south and Dave Indicated primarily because of the estimated
meeting that the firm had see,"McGlave said. "1 think they will Keystone remains high on 29-39 new Jobs that would become
"temporarily" set up a test track at stay where they: are,t can't really see their list of possible locations. available In the area if the company ly.
"1* would have been Impossible,for 'opened the test facility here.


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s.- t '#4A'-1 dad ,>A ,-I wJM ae. lilt!
made the office of mayor obsolete board meeting don't approve of it". Edwards The charter revision commission Is
since he was not a voting member of sion. the Telegraph recently.! "This I Is expected, once all the members are Thomas "Gate" Auto PartsDoyle
the city council.In people's right. I have been in of appointed to take up the questions ,
Sept. 1972 Starke residents voted non Sllcox and 21 years and If the people wanted outlined In this story and make other & Brenda Thomas and Frank Patterson
863 to 517 to eliminate the office of a hearing on clerk."I .could have gotten rid of me." suggestions about updating the
mayor. This was done-at the sugges- Edwards was charter.
tion of Attorney Pierce and former hour after he members of the commission
Mayor Carl Hurst who made the sug- Edwards has silent when Schaefer asked I
gestion when he resigned as Mayor to ment of the city If they had any objections.:
make an unsuccessful run for county -, > Warmest

judge This in cleared September the way 1972.for the mayor- CHRIST LUTHERAN 4 holiday

o commissioner form of government.A -ishesw
number of attempts over the CHURCH e ,0
years have been made to try to 'I.
change to the city manager form of t,
government, to have an appointed, Pastor Glen Schmlege 473-2419 HAPPY .
rather than elected, city clerk.-Attempts ,:'.

rather have than also elect been made the office to appoint of- Church Service 10:3O: ,AM HOLIDAY '.,

police chief. Starke is one of the rate J;
cities in the state where the police Lion's Club
chief is still elected by the voters.In '1

1967 voters defeated 924.242 an School R.ium.d e AM In the spirit of f
Sunday School' nd Blbla
attempt to have the office of city clerk / ':
appointed rather than elected. /0
The last time Edwards had opposi- pesos to all the world. ( :
tion for the office of city clerk was in "
1973 when the people of Starke votedto ; t
continue the election of a city clerk ', Employees'n
by defeating a proposition to changeto Neman's Farm Produce .
city manager 995-477. I Drive-In
Edwards defeated Charles Hardy t
by a similar margin. He has since in .
been re-elected in 1975, 1977, and 1979 & '
without opposition. Edwards is in the
22nd year of his tenure at City Hall.
A number of efforts have been W. Call St.
made to change the term of city office the \ Stafood Market
holders from two to four years. The
last time it was voted on was in 1976 \ 964-5498 1
when the voters had a chance to vote ....'.. 000
separately on whether to increase the Hwy 301 N. Up Station J
terms of commissioners, police chief
and city clerk to four years. Voters Wanda
turned those suggestions down and spirit !; Stake Ra. Country Store 1
the terms are still two years.
The last time a proposal concerningthe I. Heights t
election or appointment of city ::
clerk and police chief was in August 964-6071 I Ii

of Commissioner 1979 when former Joe Warren Starke requestedto Mayor- of ;:t II i

Edwards to place the items on the e I
September 1979 city election ballot. ESTARUSHED 1904 a
When Edwards did not place the request { : 1;
on the ballot Warren, who was the OveR lso STOSIS
running for re-election, suspended tssvIHC THe sorseALT n1
Edwards. The clerk was reinstated 1S
shortly after Warren called a special \\1

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o e Simple lit ,: Pleasurjjljof. Christmas' in Sparkman's Hall I


I L "There were present some
In all the 1 frantic activitynow ': of whom

I' Fire Protection. Study NeededStaff Christmas associated season there with ,is the'a' t ..t.r' ..'.\, 'I. 78 received scholars some,less none as than high two as

secret yearning in the heartsof The Selectionof
seven or
to address the issue at some many that somehow the and their artistic
members of the North presents
clock could'be turned back
point. '. the tree
: on
Florida Regional Planning arrangement
and we might return to the
Council in Gainesville have Carter said many problems simple pleasures that markedthe showed plainly the good taste

been asked to submit a price regarding the volunteer holiday for our parents and handiwork of fair woman,

estimate on a proposed studyof system of fire departmentsmust and grandparents the days and did credit to all concern

Bradford County's fire protection be solved before a before crowded shopping ed.

problems with recommended unified, countywide organization centers, imported Christmas "The Telegrpah came in fora

solutions to complications can be effective. trees, expensive presents that magnificently wrought

that have surfaced since Mosley declared that the will put the family in debt for cigar case filled with

the First Primary straw vote needs by months, and a minimizing of delightful Havanas. The fair
county a survey
approving a special fire tax the real significance of the she be
qualified (disinterested) professionals donor, whoever may ,
district in the county's unincorporated -
on the best way to may rest assured that the pre-
areas. have efficient countywide fire you imagine a sent is highly appreciated, not

On October 7 voters residingin protection. He pointed out that Christmas tree a native only for its exquisite beauty

unincorporated areas gave the volunteer firemen have short-leaf pine instead of a and its valuable contents, but

over two to one approval to put forth "a great effort, their "foreign" tree that had been for the kind considerationwhich

the question: "Should the enthusiasm is high, and their shipped in from some far dis- prompted her in mak-

Board of County Commis- willingness to provide fire tant point a native tree ing the gift. From now on The

sioners of Bradford County protection should: not be lost. decorated with lighted Telegraph is her Advocate.

create a special taxing candles instead of flashing
To finance the
district in the unincorporatedareas
protection setup the Coun- electric bulbs, and homemade "The Hall was crowded to
for the of
purpose levy- ty Commission would have to ornaments of paper chains its utmost capacity, and still a
additional mill of
ing an one
establish fire tax district and pop-corn strings insteadof could not find
a as great many
ad valorem taxes to be used y
of tinsel and other
authorized by the straw vote, ropes seats or room to stand in.
for the of
solely fire protection purpose services providing and tax those citizens residing "store bought" baubles? Altogether, it was certainly a

in the unincorporated areas of within the unincorporatedareas. grand affair, and its manage-

Bradford County. The vote The county attorneyhas Well, such a tree was the ment, from first to last, was

was 1,412 "yes" to 666 "no". advised the board that it pride of Call Street on o such as to give entire satisfaction

has the power to establish Christmas Eve, 1879, when the and delight to all."

Since that time however, such a district without submit- Union Sunday School 00

multiple questions have ting the question to another Christmas Tree was held in

arisen as to how the money referendum.The Sparkman's Hall and was One hundred and one years

derived from such a tax (an described by The Telegraph I have passed since that

estimated $120,000 annually) Commission v was apparently reporter of 101 years ago as Christmas Eve in 1879. Wars,
should be divided among the caught of the booms
"the thing depressions, "Big
when the fire tax district
various volunteer passed "
depart- kind we have ever seen. Freezes" and other
on October 9 such a resounding
in the by
ments now operating of catastrophes have come and

county. Since voters residingin They had vote agreed to approval.put the Starke had perhaps five or gone in the intervening years,
the incorporated towns of six hundred residents in those but with all the complexitiesof
but if
question to a vote, few,
Hampton, Lawtey, and any really expected it to pass. days. It was just three years electric bulb, but the inven- Christmas Tree, exhibited at our lives today, and all the
Brooker did not vote the
on Now, according to all indications after the town had been incor- tion was still unknown in this Sparkman's Hall on so-called "improvements" no

straw ballot, be would their fire they've got the prover- porated in 1876, and The part of the country, so we may Christmas Eve was the hand- one has yet found a better way

departments legally eligi- bial "tiger by the tail" and are Telegraph, the first be sure the tree in somest thing of the kind we of observing Christmas than
ble for
support by tax money hoping the "survey" by newspaper, was only five Sparkman's Hall was lighted have ever seen. It containedover the simple beauty and

raised in unincorporatedareas qualified professionals will months old. It was the year by> flickering tallow candles. 300 presents, some of pleasure that was derived
? An could be
argument "
point the to a satisfactory that Thomas Edison finally which were of much value, from that community tree inSparkman's
made, of course, that they way perfected his incandescentas "The Union Sunday School
The Telegraph reported.
should, to some extent since solution to a sensitive situa- Hall.FORESTRY.

they answer calls in the unin- tion.The

corporated areas but how volunteer firemen who -

much and a question.to what extent remains apparently fire trucks had and visions other of expen-new 1 L LETTERS ; to the editor i I IIn

Apparently not eager to sive equipment dancing in IN BIAIFOIt COUNTY

open up a can of worms, the their heads like sugar plums, R- ':' .Cable Tit,CY f 'Cf! kt : All
County Commission has had apparently expected to divvyup ? :

little to say on the subject until the annual $120,000 among view of the fact that cable televi- know that we are in support of a cen- get across about the need for a cen- !Mark G.Fries
Lawrence Mosley, a newly- their departments with no str- sion will soon be in the Starke viewing soring committee and seek their soring committee. -
elected member of the board ings attached. The Commis- area I am highly concerned about leadership and power to see that sucha I am not trying to start trouble with 11I
raised the issue in the closing sion has said, in effect "No what programs will, be shown. I see committee is established before the the cable television company but as
way!" nothing wrong with establishing con cable television programming begins.I my television shows the same pro- Fall time means fire time in nor
moments of his first meeting." trols over what is to be shown on cable know how the majority of the city grams as your television I am concerned thern Florida With the coming of the
"When does it take effect? At the moment the indepen- television. commissioners fed about the cable as a Christian and a family first frost and lower air humidity. the

he asked. dent survey seems to be the television issue from what I heard at man in the city of Starke over this threat of wildfires increases throughthe
According to arts! City Commis- the last city council meeting and I appreciate cable television and home box office end of spring, when the summer
"It was a straw ballot to get best and perhaps the only option sioner, the contract with the cable their thoughts and views issue and just wanted the public to be rainfall again turns the vegetation
the feel of the people," board in solving the obvious television company has an opening very much. I am not positive aware of what is happening. green
dilemma. But one thing is which would allow a censonnE.com: however that our quite
chairman E.W. Hodges mayor This is also the time of year when
mittee comprised of local citizens Lobe understood the our spokesman, Bruce, Scott
sure- the people of the incor- point controlled fire is used for buring off
replied. "It will be left to the organized As If stands now. there.
Butler/ Road
:i Rev. Roman Alvarez to
i was trying
porated want croplands or underbrush in our
pleasure of the board. areas adequate are no controls on{listen be show'''. ,.
fire protection. They voted for Unlimited sex .........,*inilganty. woodlands. Controlled fire can be'userul <*
Commissioner Maxie it and by their vote said they profanity etc will be seen as*stands?! tool. but wildfires can be Wry '
costly, resulting loss timber
L in ot \ \"
Carter. Jr. agreed that actually now '. i ,
were willing to pay for it. c:. : crops, homes and lives 7
the October 9 vote was a Bx '' i It'lIt
County Agents
straw ballot, but said "...the Let us hope they get it with Today on )pvbliavision; i I is the job of the Florida Division Hollywood just kegpatlfrawur"ly e of Forestry to wikfireEandifl-! ,
Bobby '
the minimum amount of stall- ; suppress
burden is on us, adding that trash our wa -:and 4e.ols'qttyori I I Notebook it is a very expensive opera!wnfconnbnisidermg .!
the commission was obligated ing. we have is the I lcs o1 i'4 Chtion Taylor, the cost of manpower heavy ten ,
our television $dr: ; +le q, io, : phase: !N>4-&:2MI tractors,trucks, planes and IheruungsH
that our country,w h"plfIu1llliecJon ..:\1f'"I..nUl: ,p cost of fuel. "- 'q jmmil
Court; Decision principles\ of <}r Tndl'2 7. '':"M I Off BaseMasks ty. has just givesap.niese pnft-- < By Honda law, anyone.do\ng apiygVi\f

ciples which were once 1 practiced'This Christmas is the time for giving and poi-iant part of growing healthy open burning must first obtain aniroi/
is terribly sad and I believe i if we : authorization by calling thelLvasiopylsqof
receiving and if you are the recipientof plants indoors. Indoor plants are
Americans do not turn back to GOp
and hoods masks unless is dish garden potted flower Forestry office in their.arwulhe-:: !
may come it td par- and the Holy Bible and righteousness a or .usuallygrowing undeftar less than phone number for this
back in style shortly as the ticipate in some type of God will soon pour ox*'tie-wrath M foliage plant you are probably .,optimum conditions and therefore re- 964-5436: Authorizations may.area be;obi,{uqb>

result of a regrettable (in our festival where such costumesare us '' wondering how to plants"care for your be living quire less fertilizer than a plant tamed seven days a week from 8 a,m" ,
TS gift. Many "gift can en-
opinion) ruling by the Florida traditional. He scoffed at I strongly believe cable television joyed not only during the holidays but grown under greenhouse conditions. until 5 p.m. There is no charge for:.

Supreme Court that a 29yearold the idea that people with ban- and home box office is just another of, will remain attractive for years if,;0.. .AhfcMigh the humidity in a house is burning authorizations.

state law outlawing such daged heads might be ar- Satan's tools to use in further turningour given proper care. not easily altered. plants will do best To obtain an authorization to burn.
apparel in public is un- rested, since their innocence country away from God. It will in an area of the house where humidity the dispatcher must be supplied the
constitutional.The would be presumed by the flood our homes with evil""foeam, Most\ gift plants have been grown in Is greatest. This is usually in the following information: landowners
thoughts and suggestions.. As a a greenhouse here the environmentis cooking court explained its 6-1 law.The parent and family man. I had to ask considerably different from at, are set on pebblefilled saucers with mailing address of the landowner,
decision against the law, American Civil Liber- myself the following questions: typical! home environment Provideas water maintained at a level just telephone number reason for burning -
much natural light in the home as below_the base of the pot so that it number of acres, and location of
designed to prevent the wear- ties Union, who intervened in 1), Would I let a murderer come into possible. A dark bedroom. hall en- .doesn't touch water. the fire by section, township and
ing of hoods in public, by say- the test case on behalf of the my home and brutally kill someone trance foyer or living room does not r range.

ing it was so broad that it Klansman, contended that the ,or a drunk beat a child unmercifully have optimum growing conditions.. Watch r1Jie common symptomsof

would also prevent innocentuses wearing of a hood and mask right in front of my family's Places near windows or light fixturesare gift plants. troubles which are as Burning authorizations are issued
of masks. eyes' usually suitable but avoid direct follows: free of charge but if a person fails to
was a "form of expression"and sunlight Floweringplants such as obtain. an .authorization he may be
therefore protected by the 2), Would I allow and Poinsettias Brown tips or burned margins of cited with
The test case of the law two men having a Kalanchoes require a notice of unlawful burnIng -
leaves caused too much fertilizer
by ,
First Amendment. The ACLU disagreement over something standin more light than foliage plants and ,
the was brought by a member of argued that "the wearing of a front of my family and curse each should be placed in bright areas.Watering burn plants. dried out temporarily or wind
Ku Klux Klan who refusedto
other fight or make lewd remarks The Division of Forestry is initiating
Ku Klux Klan'hood does im- and of leaves
Yellowing dropping -
remove his hood during a is one of the chief causes its new control burning program
1979 demonstration in Pen- part a message that will be 3) Would I allow a woman to of failure with plants in the home. can be caused by gas fumes chilling. this winter. The Division will

sacola The Supreme Court understood by those who view- parade around semi-naked in my living Many people drown their plants by areatlOlL overwafermg.drainage and poor plow and burn areas where
ed it and. therefore, is room and make sexual advances watering at regular intervals not understory control in stands of timberis
was a little Weak
far-fetched light
in growth or
say- toward man do a green or needed The
some or stripteasein considering whether the plant needsit cost is $2,40 per acre .
ing that even though the law as symbolic speech. front of my wife and son? Plant roots need air as well as yellow leaves indicate too intense and we can burn areas from 19-250(
light lack fertilizer or a poor root
excepted such things as Halloween water and excessive amounts of acres.
masks and Gaspanlla The message, of course, is The answer to these questions and water do not allow a place for air in system.
celebrations it fear of the unknown, which is similar ones that could be asked a an the soil. Overwatering literally Wilting too much heat lack of For further information contact '
was so emphatic CERTAINLY NOT! The water or root injury. Mark Fries
shared by children smothers the plant roots. Proper County
broad and small leaves
that it growth -
would make in- Spindly
and adults alike. questions posed may seem silly to watering calls for a little Forester at 964-6280 or at his office in
jured people, with their heads Such a some people, but these situations are thoughtf ulness and often the exerciseof too little .light or too hightemperatures. the Agriculture Building
swathed in bandages, subject message has no place in today's things that are being shown on public restraint. Water should be appliedin
to arrest. society. If its message is television today. 0 you do not belIeVeit. sufficient quantities to thoroughly
anything other than fear all you have to do is watch televi- soak the soil in the pot and no more
We with members sion one night and observe the trash until the soil approaches
agree former of the Ku Klux Klan given MEMMIOH
and filth that is being shown My .....><.. .
stand .
Governor LeRoy Collins can deliver that drv ness. Don't let the pot in a c. .
a message family does not watch it, and I hope
of water since this keep
strong supporter of the law at more effectively unmaskedthan yours does not etherAs I have saidbefore. the saucer Mil in the container excessively, iiti 4 1
the time it was passed who they could do by conceal the only control we hate oa wet and could result in death of plant rgr '
said it is sound policy to prohibit ing their .identity under a commercial television is to turn the luuuu & / .
the wearing of hoods and hood. television set 0((,,, n", --. ISJ.A8USNED raft Gorto-.
Most plaa4irgi.w::qq.... r. i 6 t
abieiel' O.WBGUSOM-JOHN M. MUU.FnMiI ......
With the of M 70
i issue, we temperatures to degrees.
do have the opportunity teacreen with Avoid placing plant* its draftjntoea .
.... ..... :-i1} a public committee + rams that lions where sudden change in "iwr..r..w-.r- __.w_, ..._000i.
wifl 011M. MriwMvtM Nha W*
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B-U Retired Teachers Did you knew.... I

Have Christmas BrunchThe Mr. and MI'IIJ.paarl/lf'MeQulriJrOlI'/, / ) ) /d : children of
Waycross, Ga..were Friday.to undavi ) S :( her
annual ,
flJide Christmas of 1
fIJltefRodo;{ A the Bradford-Union Brunch Retired guests of Mrs., Mack Wlltjwns' ,N! *.. j P it I ;; >i | weekend. Haynes,

Teacher's Association was held Tues- I. 1 1< + ;
day, Dec. 16, at the Garden Mr. and Mrs! HAi'tawiWiBUtf i I M'.t .i! : : '. !,1\{\' ,:. .
Restaurant In Starke at 10 a.m. with Lawson and Mrs. Mary Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Bob Little and
32 members visited relatives in Auburndale and children and Miss Ruth Crosby of
lraidyIooiry C (// The tables attending.were decorated with Lakeland last Thursday.Mr. Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Dale
and children of Orlando are

Soc .I, lJlor, ( 1j tJ FIe u.rewJ, Santa beautiful, carolers Christmas elves arrangements and greenery.of .' and-Mrs. Mark ,Crosby holiday guests of their parents, Mr.
A lovely handmade ceramic Tampa are Christmas guests ofYher .and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby.

964-7608 Christmas decorations.tree added to the colorful parents, Mr. and Mrs., W.S. Haas.

Following the delicious brunch Mrs.
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Muriel Norman, program chairman
presented the Christmas program: a
Bayless Highway solo "There's a Song In the Air" by PUBLIC NOTICEThe
Mrs. Evelyn Griffin accompanied by
Church HasChristmas Mrs. Marjorie Thomson at the piano;
Banquet "The Story of the Christmas Guest",
a reading by Mrs. Norman; a sing-a city of Starke community Development -
Bayless Hlgway Baptist Church long of Christmas carols led by Mrs. Block Grant Program will hold a per-
held their first Christmas banquet' Mona Canova at the
piano. Miss formance
hearing pursuant to Department -
Wednesday night at 8 p.m. in the
Kathryne led
Epperson president the
educational building of the church. prayer before brunch. of Housing and urban Development

The dining room was decorated for Beautiful crocheted footees were regulation CFR570 .43187, on Monday,
the Christmas season with a brought to be given to the Retired January 5, 1981, at 7:00: p.m., at the City
beautifully decorated Christmas tree Teacher Shut-ins to add to their Hall. The purpose of this performance
and other seasonal decorations.
After a delicious meal, Santa Christmas. hearing Is to close out the 1979 fiscal yea

e visited the children. About SO program. The public Is Invited to attend
members enjoyed the evening, ex-' M.B. OverstreetsHave and comment.
changed gifts and sang carols.
Rev. Ken Beers Westslde Baptist Family GatheringMr.
Church of Jacksonville was elected and Mrs. M.B. Overstreet of
i pastor of the church. at the close of the Keystone Heights, entertained at a
service. family gathering Friday. Dec. 19, at
their home in Keystone Oaks.
Gathered for the holiday fete were
Thomas O'BriensCelebrate Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler, Jr. and
36thAnniversary family of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Ricks and family of Mandarin; Mr.
and Mrs. Alton Gordon of Callahan
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian and family. Christmas presents were
celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary exchanged and refreshments were
.. Sunday, Dec. 14. at a party' served.
at their home on Bradford street During the evening, games of seer./
given by Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Welch volleyball were played in the back
I and Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brian. yard with Freddie's Midgets going up
a Christmas decorations were used to against Maurice's Mighty Mites. All
highlight points of interest In the party games were called a draw in honor of
rooms. The refreshment table was the holiday season.Telegraph .
covered with a lace cloth and t
centered with a cake fashioned as a
bouquet of roses and decorated with EmployeesHave

.... red roses. The cake was flanked by Xmas Dinner
red candles in crystal holders. Mrs. 1
Mr.and Mrs. David Sllcox James O'Brian and Mrs. Welch Bradford County Telegraph s

presided at the punch bowl. employees enjoyed a cocktaildinnerparty
Sheryl/ Hill and David Silcox Approximately 30 guests called bet- Saturday night at the Green
ween the hours of 8:30: and 9:30 p.m. Derby Restaurant in Jacksonville.
A social time was had between 7
Married Nov. 23 in
TampaMr. and 8 o'clock followed by dinner. The
Eastern Star tables were gay with red hurricane

and Mrs. Noel Smith Hill of served as matron of honor. Ms. Karla Supper Dec. 27 lamps and red napkins at each place I I

Tampa announce the marriage of Kaye Price of Miami was bridesmaid. Starke chapter 224, Order of the setting. Christmas arrangements
their daughter Sheryl' Lynn, of They were attired alike In cornflower Eastern Star will have a covered dish were used throughout the dining
Gainesville to Vernon David Silcox, blue, floor length gowns with cowl room.
at in
Saturday Dec. 27, 7
Jr. of Lake City, son of Mr. and Mrs. scarf. They carried bouquets of daisy the supper Masonic Hall. p.m. Following dinner E.L. Matthews
Vernon Silcox of Starke. mums and tiger lilies. All Masons and their families are Carious impromptu talk on the
Dr. Lawrence Coles performed the Given In marriage by her father, invited to attend. mistakes that Inadvertentlycome
ceremony Sunday, Nov. 23, at 3 p.m. the bride wore a bridal gown of white out in the Telegraph and other
In Palms Ceia United Methodist chiffonet and Venice lace, with high papers.
Old ...........
you Approximately 40 members of the
Church in Tampa.On neckline and gentle V-neck and tiny Friendship it among the greatest gifts.
the altar two stand-up effect of matching lace. The staff enjoyed the affair.DW .
were arrangements Phillip Brown of Sacramento, Thanks for letting us serve you
of yellow tiger lilies and bodice of Venice lace featured a California is spending the holidayswith and have a Merry Christmas.
mum daisies flanked By branched natural waistline encircled in lace, his parents Mr.and Mrs. RobertL. you fcn. v....

candelabra holding lighted tapers and long fitted lace sleeves with lace at Brown, Jr. .. '. ." : ,, .. 1. u: .. 'Or'H .. ::';';
decorated with satin bows with satin the wrists to match the neckline. The 1' ," .,. .....,, '
soft skirt full and circular circled In- ; .. ; '" / V _'t> 'e VU( Ivtrt i iitdii I'
strealridriLI V) 13.1a/ _.212: in ..JVIr.and Mrs. .G18I\ Reddish arid IV (>Mr.ani Mrs. A.G. Loudon have had ,
Mrs. Anita Bona, or f!fat-'ail to a semi-chapel train edged in lac 5"t family of Fayetteville N.C. arrived as guests their daughters and .f ; .' ..IJ'J' ,., ,II, II"T '10'/1'0'111' tirn'J" ,nJ
presented a program of' n 'jtiai') Her veil of bridal illusion was edgedin Friday and will spend ten days with families,Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parker
music. venice lace attached to a Juliet cap his mother, Mrs. Ruth Reddish and 'and son. Jay of Douglassville, Ga.,
Mr. Silcox attended his son as best of matching lace. She carried a family. Dec. 17-18 and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Continental Telephone Co.Starke
man. Ushers were Douglas L. cascade bouquet of aster merimums Barnhart and daughters of Vail, Colo. .
Howard of Atlanta and Douglas Noel and daisy mums.A Dec. 17-22. Jay remained through the
Hill brother of the bride. reception was held In the Tampa Capt. and Mrs. John Myers visited week.
Mrs. Judith Imig.Bush of_ Atlanta Garden Center. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dolembo in
The bride's table was centered witha Sarasota over the weekend.Mrs. Archie Green of Miami Is spending Fla

Stern Pupils wedding cake flanked by candles in the holidays with his mother. Mrs. ,.
Louise silver holders. ., James Otto of Seminole is L.J. Green.
Have Recital PartyThe The punch table held two silver Tuesday to Sunday guest of her sister
piano pupils of Louise Marie punch bowls at either end encircled Mrs. L.A. Canova.Mr. .
with daisies.
presented at a recital par
Stern at.were the Woman's Club on Monday Standing in the receiving line were and Mrs. Al Carlisle, Mrs. A.J.
ty ,, ,
even pg, Dec ,J5. ,. the bride and groom, their parents Barry Drew Barry, Adrienne Barry
Boih./ larana Christmas" selec- and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Mr. and -
tions "; played.,After the recitaleveryop Following a wedding trip to Mrs. J.E. Hardy. Mr. and Mrs.
,were! a social Longboat Key, Sarasota the couple is George Pierce were among! those attending
!hour together., presentenjoyed!! !, ,. residing in Lake City. the Tangerine Bowl game fit It 1,
Ms. Stern e in serving were The bride graduated from Robinson between UF and Maryland on Satur-
Mrs. Sandra i Reddish!' Mrs. .Joyce High School, Tampa in 1973 and from day.
the of Florida in 1976. I II
Telktaj.a MtosnlViola/ ,Anderson, Mrs. University II
Linda,it,Wise Is. n4' chescm I'11 he..olimi ford High\ School in 1967, from the Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler attended
Palltiotpa k1g ,were: Karen Rowe, University of Florida in 1973 and owns the play Dancing at the Civic
Jimmy Parado, Mark Parado. Beau Community Catalog Merchandisers Auditorium on Friday night. x /)
Inc. in Lake
Ely, Misty Telken Sharon Hamilton s I IYq
Viva'Ttiley;>'>J KIrk;; Reddish, Lisa '13Y'
Mosley,Sherry Mattes,Pam Fairish, { I r r SR
Patricia"' Pa-radoi Rhbnda Hutcheson 1 1A 1 .F =
Maria' :keddikh'Robbie Cowart Cindy ., r i .,tyffir
Firado',1'','l. Donna Parado, Sherrl Christmas I
Norman,''' ''Jule1' Wise and Randy 1
Parado1 "
Compofter'statuettes' were awardedto
those who had completed their

theory examinations,this semester.St. .. i

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Edward's Catholic Church 1Q1n0
Christmas Schedule
Christmas Masses
Dec. 24, 7:00 p.m. (Vigil of
Christmas) This Mass will be I .
celebrated In the parish hall and will
be especially for the children. I
Dec. 24. 12:00 Midnight, In the .
Church. t
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Dec. 25. 8:30 a.m. In the Church. I. I
ConfessionsWed. "u
., Dec. 21, 4 to S p.m. and 1 1:00 I I'

to II:30 before Midnight Mass. one f'f' : i'i'f

Carolling L
Members of St. Edward's Church
entertained local residents Wednesday -JI This time of peace '
evening when they visited the 1 a. ..a
Bradford County Hospital, the Starke ,' this time of joy j

Nursing Home and the Volunteers of .... ... when friends r
America Home.They sang Christmas ,, .
carols and visited with residents. At ..., '&-i" ." I f- }> a. are so dear,
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and there. this Christmas be to you.
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Debbie Phillips Tina Bowen, and and patrons. and plenty. J
Tommy Parker served the MasontyE. .
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Page/" TELEGRAPH Food Service Christmas Party
Dolores Parado at the"Weutern i'Steer SteakHouse glesworth, School Librarian, candles, sang 'Deck The Halls'. Mrs. Blonnie Derkkman Cafeteria
I by MenfPkonettSltlS In Starke on Thursday. Mr*. presented the film. The audience Joined In singing Manager am{,Ruth Paladino attended -
Hampton.; HilightsSenior ;r rf ; .. Parado has left work-at U.C.I and 'Silent Night' and "We Wish You A the Christmas Party of Food Ser-
y; >, '.' : ". I' will be employed in Gainesville.Mr. School Parties Merry Christmas' at the conclusion of vice employees of the Bradford County -
> \ CHIieasMrs. and Mrs. David Meng attendedthe Teachers appreciated the the program. Schools held last week In Starke.
Evelyn Vaughan and William died at her homo on December 17 at Christmas Party at the West assistance of some parents by contributions Robert MacNeille accompanied Gifts were exchanged, all varieties of
Lahn Joined: other members of the the age of 80. Coast Seafood Restaurant in of food and assistance In several numbers with his guitar. desserts, snacks and punch were en
Bradford County Senior Citizens Dub Gainesville Saturday night given for the Christmas parties given in the In- Jody Wadsworth with guitar, joyed. Door prizes were won bY.both
in entertaining patients at the Stark Visitors Register Oil Company! employees.New dividual classrooms for the enjoyment played some Christmas music another Mrs. Derkman and Mrs. .
Nursing Home last Tuesday. Cookies Mrs. Alice Butler of Sebastlon of students, on Friday. They seleftlnna --
and visited her, aunt Belle Brown on Student wished all a Merry Christmas and ". .
and punch were served William Wednesday of last week. Randy Miller was welcomed to Happy Vacation! ""
Christmas carols were sung. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wilson of
Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade class
with his .
Lahn accompanied singers Pensacola visited Ms great aunt Belle last week. Hampton Elementary School CHICK FISHSUPPER
melodious mandolin.
Brown last Wednesday. PTA Christmas Program
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maxwell accom- Mr.Rich visits Connie Clark Principal, welcomeda
Carolling panied their daughter, and son-in- All students and faculty were happy large gathering of parents and HOUR
Lawrence and Teresa Meng Joined law Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Andrews of when Roger Rich, our friends to the Christmas Program
members of St. Edward's Church Gainesville, to Orange Park on SUn- cient and admired 'srAide, given by students on Tuesday N Open 5-10 pm
when they visited Starke patients on day where they celebrated holidayswith visited the school on Thursday., It's December 16, at the school. i.' ;:--..
Wednesday. They sang Christmas other relatives. always great to have him comet! The music instructor Mrs. Sharon 6 Days a week...
carols at the Bradford County Joe Meng arrived home Friday MacNeille accompanled by Mrs. ::4i! ; Brooker Fla. -1>.1
Hospital. the Starke Nursing Home from Tennessee Temple College in Sad Notes Millie Galanoa at the piano led .. &
and the Volunteers of America Home. Chattanooga to spend the holidayswith Sympathy la extended to Miss :children with Christmas songs. ,
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Claudette Peterson, whose grandfather Kindergarteners sang 'Up On The r .' All You can Eat tIt ..
Condolence Meng. Jim McDaniel, died "last Housetop'; 1st graders sang 'Jolly /
Sincere sympathy) is extended to the Mr.and Mrs. Francis Meng attended Wednesday in Slarke. Miss Peter Old Saint Nicholas'; 'Away In A
family of Essie Mmton Johnson who a farewell dinner for Dr. Laura son's fifth grade class missed having Manger'was sung by second graders;
her with them the last three days the third grade class sang 'Jingle $3.99
before the Christmas Holidays.We Bells'; 'The First Noel' was sung by
I Srl.Soiuls Did you know. were also sorry to hear that fourth graders; 5th graders sang'Joy
Mrs. Debbie Bigham's home was To The World'; a combination of 6th
Mr. and Mrs.J.D.Odom were hostsat Miss Sue Morris of Beverly.ChristmasDay Ky. broken into recently. Some of the personal and 7th graders carrying lighted
will be Christmas Eve and
family reunion and Christmas items taken cannot be replaced
dinner Sunday at their home on E. guest of Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Den- and we hope they are recovered soon.
Call Street with approximately 40 at- mark.
Students Entertained
tending.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montuoro and On December 19. the last day of
and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and daughters of Tampa. Mrs. Maxine school until Jan. 5, 1981, Principal pence
Hall and daughters Jim Hall and
Connie Clark welcomed all school
children of the
Tampa are spending
Mrs. Doris Conway of Gainesville
holidays with their parents, Mr. and children to the Band Program given
were Christmas day guests of Mr.and
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and Mr. and by Director Mike Woodfin. Sixth and
Mrs. N.B. Rosier Mrs. Mac Baldwin. seventh graders who played a medley ,
of tunes were Leslie Brown. Paul
Mr. and Mrs A. Russell Norman Mrs. Mack Williams will have as Bawek. Kim Smith Sean Smith Kirk HEo
Mrs. Johnnie
guests. Livingston ,
in Williams. Amy Clark Toni
spent Thursday through Sunday
Wilmington N.C. and Mr. and Mrs.
Orlando. While there they visited Herschberger, Karla Kidd and Tammy
Williams and John of
son Rhoden.
Disney World and attended the UF
Titusville from
Monday to Wednesday
football Following this program students
game. and Mr.and Mrs. Ben Williams of enjoyed the movie 'For The Love of
Mr. and Mrs. R L. Thibodeaux and Savannah. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Benji.given as a Christmas gift from
children, Ann and Alan of Sanford are Williams of Jacksonville from Thursday the faculty. Mrs. Kathryn Wig- i ir. ind peace
to Saturday. .
spending Dec. 24 through the 27 with o to
and a"
her parents. Mr and Mrs. W.D. Ses- ,
sions In Keystone Heights. V
Joy and Peace abide
with you and yours
Mr and Mrs. LaRue Williams and this holiday.
sons of Ormond Beach will be wishes for
Christmas Eve guests of her parents,
Mr and Mrs R.A. Colson The Mayor and Commission of the aty of Starke. the very bestholiday. Al Young
propose to file an application to the Department of
Eugene Rader of Peoria. Ill and Housing and Urban Development for a Community Teal TileCarpet
Mrs Evelyn Standard of West Development Block Grant for Fiscal Year 1981.
Frankfurt 111. are visiting their Community Development Block Grant Funds are Vacuum CleanersSales
brolher-in-law and sister Mr. and intended to either benefit low and moderate Income BowenPest &
Mrs. L.C Early this week. persons or serve to prevent or eliminate slums

and Pursuant blights.to trw regulations of the Department of Control & Service

Housing and Urban Development a public hearing ,
win be held at the City Hall,at 7.50 p.m..on January 5.
Mrs. Louise McFadden of Mobile, 1981.to receive public comment and citizen participation Service
Ala., Mr. and Mrs Fred Gritton of In the development of the application for 3 Mi. N. U.S. 301
Kmgman. Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy federal assistance. 131 N. Cherry St.
J. Andrews of Jacksonville are Rt. 2. Box 1875
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Brooker Newsby Christmas eve.He departed after bid Mrs. Jim Countryman and children' Merry Christmas to aJt| cleaning out debris.
ding the 20 guests'Merry Christmas'. will be guests of her parents In Clear- The scouts have been on one fieldtrip f ,=
C.E.:"Sue"Davis water for several days during the iBrookor to the Devil's Mill Hopper and a
Phone 483-1344 Brownies holidays. ':' Boy Scouts trip to the University of Florida-

Brooker Stephen Hunter of Brooker recently Museum. Last Saturday the boys
Baptist ChurchThe Brownie Troop 21 shared the Harris and White formed a scout club here..At present were on an all day hiking trip. I
hall decoratedIn Christmas spirit with their "Adopted Starting In January the Scouts will 1I
fellowship was Christmas Party there are 23 members, 9 of whom are ,I
the traditional Christmas theme for Grandmother", Mrs. Eva Harrell, Cub Scout age. The scouts meet each go camping once a month.Then In Ju- ,
the Christian Fellowship Club's last Friday. The, girls made Members of the Harris-White i Monday night at 7 .m.,at the Community ly they will go to the Baden Powell
covered dish luncheon Thursday. The Christmas cookies made cards and. families gathered together for their Center p Camp near Melrose for several days.
members entertained themselveswith decorated a tree branch with their annual Christmas party at the COm- Beginning after ChrIstmas Jthe Scouts ,
recitations and songs. To own ornaments. The following girls munity Center last Sunday. Any young man from age 8 to 18 will start fund raising drives to help
highlight the afternoon, a medley of visited Mrs. Harrell: Sarah Douglas, After a covered dish luncheon, San- who Is Interested In boy scouts Is invited them purchase the necessary equipment (
Christmas music was presented by Megan Navalany, Tracy Raulerson, ta came and distributed gifts to the 73 to attend the meetings. At present for camping also for materials
Drew Andrews. M.J. Green, adult Karen Stokes, Lisa Drawdy, Melissa members present. Mrs. Harris Is the a voluntee leader is needed to to be used In different craft projects.
leader of the 4-11 Club, presented Bishop, Stephanie Gainey and Audry great granddaughter of Silas Edward take charge of the Cubs. If you are In- At present if you have camping f ft
favors to the members made by the Stone. Cathy Hobbs presented each Brooker, from whom the town of terested Mr. Hunter Is listed In the equipment you wish to donate, please I
4Hers. The Fortune Bank also member of her troop with a plaque of Brooker received its name. Mrs. Har- phone book. The scouts' future projects contact Mr. Hunter or myself. The .
presented each one with a calendarand the Brownie emblem with a figurine ris is 77 years young and will are community services. Plans scouts will be very grateful for your
ball point pen. of a brownie and their name Inscribedon celebrate her 78th birthday In for the spring are to promote a better help and support. Cubs, age 8-10; fI fI
A program Christmas music was it for a Christmas gift. January. flow of water In the Santa Fe river by Scouts 11-18.

presented by the youth group and the
young children at the Brooker Baptist Brooker Elementary,
Church Sunday night under the direction The 'Brooker Elementary school Conservation Commentsby -
of Juanita Adams and Linda Cox. presented their Christmas programto ;

Gifts were presented to choir director the public last Thursday night. The Bern Smith practices to work for you is one way to by leaving a protective mulch on the t
Tommy Cox,pianists Kay Crosby and Kindergarten dressed with red noses Soil Conservationist conserve energy and save money. land, and also reduce the energy re- To one and all wewish -
Tootsle Tucker and organist Jean and antlers to represent reindeer and Soil erosion costs everyone money quired for soil preparation by reduc-
Douglas for their devotion In helping sang "Up on the House Top." Soil. Water and Energy Conservation. / and energy The loss of top soil by ing the number of trips across the the* joys and
to make the program a success. After First grade dressed in Santa flats During the dust bowl days of the wind and water erosion reduces thesoil's field. Cover crops protect the soil peace of,Christina
the program} refreshments were and sang "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas." 1930's, soil conservation was In the productivity. To keep yields from erosion when crops are not being
served in the fellowship hall., DIIITance
Second grade dressed as choir grown and reduce the amount of Pump
headlines. Nowadays energy toner high, farmers must make up for this
The Sunday School :
members with large red collars and nutrients that would be lost by
breakfast lost natural
vation Is on everyone's mind. Today fertility by applying mroe
school age were treated to big bows and sang, "Away in a leaching. Besides protecting the soil,
with Santa Claus at the home of their with ever Increasing prices of gas, fertilizer.Fossil fuel energy is used in and :
Manger. fuel the of chemical lertllizers. planting legume cover crops such as t
oil and electricity, ehergy effi- production
teacher, Juanita Adams
Saturday The third grade dressed In stocking clover, vetch, lupine, hairy
ciency is becoming essential. Putting Nitrogen fertilizer is made from
morning. Before Santa's arrival the from
with silver bells and ,' alyce clover that use nitrogen
sang good soil and water conservation natural gas. Phosphate and Supply CompaRJ
children were entertained with a
pup- "Jingle Bells.. potassium materials are mined, the air can reduce the need for I
pet show presented by Denla Cox, Fourth and fifth grades carried nitrogen fertilizer. Properly designedand I
however, energy Is needed for refining
Ginger Adams and Mrs. Adams. lighted. candles and sang "Silent Bradford and distributing the materials. operated waste management 864 N. Temple Ave. I
After Santa arrived, the children Night". The fifth and sixth grades all Once the soil is displaced it settles in systems can prevent pollution and put,
made their wishes known for dressed in red and green and sang, ditches and waterways. Labor, organic wastes to good use on the Starke
Christmas and after receiving each "The First Noel. land.A .
Middle SchoolDates
machinery and Is needed to
list, Santa said he was sure his Then all sang "We Wish You a remove tWtis soil energy and keep the conservation farm plan can be a
reindeer had been fed and watered Merry Christmas". A special thanksto to Remember drainage ditches and waterways the basis of planning an energy effi- ) .
and he must leave, as there were lots .
the faculty and staff Sharon cient farming operation. The Brad- 1
We save by keeping soil in
of things he had to do beforeTime MacNeille (music teacher) and Anita Saturday. December 20-January4th open.place. ford Soil and water Conservation 1 ;

Countryman for their help In makingthis Holiday.Return to School on Monday Good soil and water conservation District can provide aslstance for !
e a successful program. January S. practices can save energy.No-tI1land developing one for your land, phone ,
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Artist" of the Week Loretta minimum tillage reduce soil erosion )
weeks of Christmas vacation. Before
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the classrooms Santa visited ,
leaving IIII I
collage using dried weeds and acorns
each room and presented each child :.
that Loretta collected while on a
with 'a fruit and candy bag, com- .
nature walk with her Art class. Loretta ,
of the school P.T.A.
pliments is in Ms. Hardln's 5th period art
Around Town class. Congratulations, Loretta I rII
The BMS Advisory Committee met I,'
Edwin Prevatt and daughter Pattyof on December 16th at : m. Topics'for )
Clermont were Sunday guests of discussion during this meetingwere AW 1kr' II I'II '
Mrs. Gene Crosby and son, Jimmy. : Exceptional education, per- I
Mrs. Ellen Godwin and Mrs. G.W. sonnel changes and a very brief look !,
Davis were shopping In Gainesvillelast at the SAT testing. The Advisory I IIi
Wednesday. Committee meeting was followed at Merry of
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Harrington and 7:30: p.m. by the December PTO .
daughters of Safety Harbor were meeting. A short business meetingwas Christmas :.4We've
Monday guests of Rev. and Mrs.:Jim held and followed by the program to ourfriends.

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I The Lady Tornadoes of BUS put an see us work that smart deliberate offense h
end to a three-game losing streak and especially since we were .
gave themselves an early Christmas already in foul trouble at that time. I
present with a strong fourth quarter'and Hope had to sit out about eight
ricrri a 52-42 home-court win over minutes (with fouls) but we still na't '
Keystone Heights High (2-4) Thurs played well. I was glad to see that. I
i .af day night in Starke. thought Tracy Hankerson, Vaunda
The win in the last game before the Brown, Janet Williams Mae Hollis.
Holiday break put the Bradford girls and Lorraine Bass all had their best
back at even keel at 4-4 for the season games of the season."
with the next contest set for Tuesday It was 20-28 Bradford after three
Jan. 6, at Gainesville High.In periods but the last stanza was all
last week's win the Lady Tornadoes BITS as the Lady Tornadoes spreadout
had to come from behind aftera Into the corners and made
dry spell In the game's early going Keystone break up its zone defense
put them behind by eight in the second and come out. BHS outscored the
quarter. Behind Hope Jackson visitors 13.4 with Williams directingthe
who hit a game-high 20( points, and four corners and finding her
r Mae Hollis who canned a seasonal- teamates for backdoor layups. Top Tennis Trio
l best 13. BHS pushed back into a 26-22 Hankerson hit for eight points These three women were tops In the Starke Women's Tennis League which
halftime lead. three coming on a three-point play finished Its singles season recently and capped off the schedule with an end or the
"We just moved the ball real well where she took the ball from end-to- year party at Mrs. Marie Wynn's home In Starke.
against their zone" Lady Tornado end for a drive, and Bass had seven The trophy winners are from left to right Mrs. Ella Cooney who was the
Coach Jimmy Thomas said of the for BHS while Karen Smith led the undefeated league champ. Mrs. Wynn the league runnerup and third placer
lead-grabbing rally. "I was glad to Lady Indians with 19. Mrs. Lorrelta Hewn.



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tournament Monday and Tuesday Dec. 22.23. _. .
BUS: matches up with host Bishop Kenny in Monday's first round at 8:45: p.m. PRIDEHOMESTYLE
Prior lo that Kibault and Paxon knock heads at 7 p.m. The losers play for third OR BUY'GET-I"
place Tuesday at 7, with the tilt for .: trf
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points as the Nuggets edged the 16 as the Lakers ricocheted the Oranges49
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N.....".......11 10.,..k.ft.., I.__a Timmy Tyson had 23 for the losers. Real Choc. Chips 179 Lay Ruffles. 99* oi1z0''
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Knitk 35. Rockets 23 T....n E.Jodiwn 4.c.tMMwwii 4. ,
Willis Chandler shot in 21 points and BAR-B-QUE .I '
Pedro Carter bucketed 10 as the Nets 42.Celtics 33
Knicks topped the Rockets by 12 Dennis DeSue and Simon Mitchell SAUCE r
Wednesday.. totaled 40 points between them to lead IIYII!! !
Roy Jackson topped the losers with the Nets past the Celtics Thursday. Ii 69
15 points Ricky Gainey was good for 23 for 49

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16- Nugget 8 Robert fflfy/ ::: fired in 34 points as AVB !.'. | LE ELEOWMacaroni. ..
Roy Jackson hit for a dozen points n.OH ,I imn CAnAtM" wnr CUM. MM. ..va......P.AtMHMrrlO OH DECORAr! .AVEllf.laiTHAnHXXIFrench
to pace the Rockets to their first win the Hawks opened the 11-13 year old .2/892/" caw5a..owPww 77 *
..371 Scott Towels. Onion .79
GingerAleD..o.nt. Dip.
a decision over the Nuggets last Mon season with a 20 point victory over the ..v..II.. .
day.Sml205p06sl070f3': Jackson 60-12, Cecil Jackson was top man for th Grape. Jelly. 9 30 MAVI '" Pepsi Cola iSK .slO9 Pert Shampoo. ,. .,*249 .V.0'.OOCT.PACK..IL..8; H9o > I
Duncan losers with 22 markers. II* t4t essay ..... .
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Nuggets: Marshall 8. I.........SNI.M. ,I4.....MimM.DuKvM II.M.CI.w Punch.. . 97* "i' Pitted Olives. 79 Secret Sotld..s18S Foam Cup..69asAVe '

Knicks 2N- Sonics 17 C.M... C. 1. k..,, Jl. llmm I. .. O...., '. I .' a*..P.ALUMINUM AVI 10.l...pAimnr PRIDE AVlJO<....... .v.a...10 CT.PANTIITPEIDI.
Willis Chandler poured in 18 pointsas 0eI....._''lk'. Foil. . .45* so- Cranberry 'Sauc 49* Secret Roll-On. .' .8189 Trash Can Liner. 99* t i

the Knicks broke open a close Lakers 50- Nets 43 .

over game the In the Sonics.second. half and won by 11 points The Lakers to win came the game from in down the fourtl three : :f'5,< ()'FP ifMI:, {.Slt :O.'F\P'\ ;;", : 7 ,Q'PF! :; .. i j.

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Dennis DeSue had 29 points in a los InSTAnT. COFFEE AXlriQ MU4Oo I ECONOMY'ROLL PIcaEAPPLE
11-13 Year Olds: ing cause. tOoBjARWITH i rKa.WITH i IN I
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The Hawks and Lakers jumped Into UtOTi taxi aa_l>.I.Enwti t.I.I. <*> I This COUPON OOOD.... TMI.COCIPONGOOD' WITt!TMI.COOOOO" 1 WITH
the pre-Christmas lead in the 11-13 a -1. THay>rso. He a. ..... THMI..........e.a.. .....,
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They sit atop the league standingswith Levi Simmons Isaac Simmons an I
2-0 marks while the Nets and Barry Boawell combined for 42 ponlU
Jazz are just behind at 11. and the Jazz eased past the Bullett TOSTARKE I
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Hawks Tyson of the Bullets.
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Starke Girls
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,.a 0tM/ The girls from Starke Elementary
C and the boys from Southside were the
winners In the four-school county
I p 'I Pt elementary school basketball tourna-
r ment played at Hampton Elementary
Friday, Dec. 12.

''l'lf Only Lawtey Elementary wasn't
t, v'l represented In the double-elimination
rA tourney.host Hampton and Brooker
We wish you loads Elementary also had squads at the
; of Christmas joy.
The Starke girls bombed Southside
Joy to the world 30-2 in the girls finals after a closer
game in the team's first meeting. In
r.f. CrownCentral and to all our friends. boys action Southside's all stars nipped -

:1 Southside's Boys Cage damps Brown Derek Dean. Robert Pittman. James Martin Starke 14-12 after winning the
first between the teams In over-
a+ Winners In the county elementary school basketball tour Claude Kinder.Second row loft to right: Tim Lewis Randy game
nament were the Southslde Boys. Wood Steve Early Richie Taylor and Delray Cow time.
Lumber They are: first row, left to right: Jason Brown, Jody Ington.

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I 'lifters Get Early Start AgaiiiSt: Baker County frrtXo4i '

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The weightlifting season got an early ..
start with an exhibition match at .
the Tornado weightroom last Thurs- .
day- Baker County's Wildcats easily >
topping BHS 53-18 In the dual meet. JSTS t .
The Tornadoes were shut out of the r4 .a
individual win column too, but Mike
Jordan Martin, Eric.Carroll ,
Bobby Rf Wishing you a happy,
and Kevin Reddish each earned three
team points with second places. Jordan wonderful holiday
totaled 500 pounds in the bench I If It Iv +
press and clean-and-Jerk and was just lln the spirit of theseason .\
five points out of first place in the 165 Best wishes ;+
pound class. Martin hoisted 405 for se- ,
to one and all. ,,
cond at 132, Carroll lifted 470 for se- '
cond at 198, and Reddish totaled 435: -
good for second at 181.
Wayne Walls, Darryl Thorton, :: y
Barry Reddish, and Clyde Summerall
took thirds for BHS. '
The Tornadoes next meet, the official f ; .. Yn I
opener for the weightliftingseason f
is planned for Wednesday, l
Dec. 7, probably at home against
Gainesville High School.I.MM05.1N111. Starke Firestone

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MM (Mt) .-.-.... Tornado 181-pounder Kevin Reddish strains lo make 230 In against Baker Co. 964-6848 _

I Leath, PJL Yonge Drop Tornadoes to 0-5 1 .

Bradford High's Tornadoes (0-5) Good performances by reserves included scoring with 14 points, with Eddie ..........v..._4 14 4 14 4 II II M It .. .41. t" "'n'' . ...." Z" ......, .' .
came out cold as an iceberg in the inside play by Kevin Howe, the Thompkins adding eight and leading .......nI, -..,..,,.. ..... ,....... ....11. Ho_ i', I"" X.i!Jf J. djA'JJ.. . ". *''.I... the of Chuck Williams and the the boards with 10 ....... ..., ...., : .:. .. ;; "
and, caroms. 1.51. 550 c. 1.7.4. Wlnhlw I Dnta0t. .
first half despite playing passing ... '
AA in the second hustle and long-range shooting of Eddie The Waves got:37 chances from the .. ......frO...WMfcli,*..-.-.. TOT...! If....41.. ''1 .. ,'."i\;}\," ,::j., :; :"i"Wii"j"I'' ;': ; :'" .- ':+J
class power even "" '; I :f'/IM ''
f...T.,.<,10 714711.Sexton ;::.. ; 'fi \\'P.'ItI'h"\\' : ';'\\i '
foul .. :\
P.K. Winkler. line sinking 21, while BHS was .
half lost big, 61-41 against i.t. : .a-V":; Itr! !' !: t.i. ;;
Ben Tankard led the Tornadoes in seven of 14. ; -
round Yonge In of Thursday the Orange night's Park opening High ;) IT > l.t,1,1i!, f1\f1gjM\; hW ,.. j 191i '\( : .\ \:,
Christmas Tournament. BHS hit just -- "'( iiI": fil., ,,' 'b ;jt.... Jhd !If'' )' .
four of 26 shots (15.4 percent) in the Far From tl ', i1J:' ;\ t'\<<)'\::.\\\f."tal'"\ i(:\\I'"I'\l1'( !.: ,1'i\< \i\,!i. ''?flf\ ,';'' .
first half, and 17 of 74< ((23 percent) in Without "
Hope"The 1' Q'ttI\J h. "
the .' ,.' \ I 1i'f.41. llpJJfi./J"'tnj'1; ,Iii,
P.K.game.Yonge went on to win thetourney thing that keeps going is that + -,,.rI..' :I.,ir\IV'\ .:, ,1.r: :',. ', (,:;;. :\; > :i\\ \/i.' :, ;\:.( .. :
even though we're not winning, not : ..j." : 1'i" ,'" (',' \" '' '.. ':,'1>'" ,.' .
with a 52-48 win'' over,'. Ed'.' Lltill '" even getting close really, we keep j .omllt ir_ ..I.\., ,. 1\.;:;, i\.r4'di.\( ; : \:\.ii\\\; \\ \(;,' .. ..
White in Saturday night'i' I : t c i I) r. *.1..iijfy; .'},!,)\. ';: 1f'i"'N'lir1lm \' ,'
Park working hard, Sexton said while ,,"', l < } .I. ,\ } \\\r" 11\1 ;; .:
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host Orange topping way i ibi." ,/ \', d .,' ':.'..r..': \ ,,:':. II ..
watching practice Friday. "It would '
third : ) .
for ; :
46-43 place. '
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The Blue Waves, state runnerup in have been easy in that second half, '"'m' '<"," f'' '11lJ.'A'? '"' ..1iIl' ," ,;,; ,ut\\. q"\ ."'''{'.'.' '. .
down like \ \I'r i : 4i! "Ij"i" :!!
class AA last season, had plenty to do we were, to just lay down F :
with Bradford's cold shooting with a and quit but we didn't. You'll beat us ;It '.::1. 'i NJj\tW\) Jf'P\ I ."'11jm\'j! (!fi .:I't'! : '

tightly packed zone defense anchoredby but you'll have to keep hitting us, I. {/Ii '.iP'HJJ' !' l J, '"(tu i;;' ":; .." ( .. [c!); "4'1'l.'
6-9 Randall Leath. Four times mfr .y ti ti1111awlssasll tia tiw keep scrapping.If 't! Hk1tl j'ti"r //! ';' ;' r.>. I ( :::' .
at it like that I .: 1
Leath Tornado shots we keep one night 11M. ., i914'w' 'W ,
slapped away it'll! all fall together" ,1 : ) {' .. : my.\l.WI'fifi1'! .. !
to the backboard .U.wlf.o I
pinning one attempt ': ( ; !i '!'J
and BHS quickly got more timid t' ir.f.1I'n ,, ,.
Scoringi; i rebounding; }
about taking the ball inside. "We averagesfor I ,/'nl' i8.i.J' t :

weren't ting one hitting shot ,Sexton but we noted.were only get the top tourney six through loss read Thursdaynight's : Ben I ..'' (I'i7111".. "'''.f.' 'f ...,.' IC; ,Jfrff\\ '.;')!,.' :!.!!. ',!.,I::,. !,

Forced to work patiently for the Tankard 128 pis., 63 reb.;; Eddie I ': : '
jump shot the Tornadoes couldn't buya Thompkins 7.8 pts., 11.0 reb. Kerry .. ;; .. }/' f.Ij f.
basket early on while PKY was hitting -..,. __ l Fisher 7.8, 4.jflsalJ1;; : Carter 6.8, 5..2,; J -; tJ :1 ...... A AI
from outside and underneath Steve Watkins Marks. 6.8., 3.0j; Emmett. : ,; .. <.:,:: ifl: ''i' :: ;{:
behind Leath (22 points) and Tom : 3 8, 3.0. oV

Hartley (eight six in the first // BHS has been outscored 64 to 48.6 "" .. ,,- .. ...... "'.. ...".... .... .. ,..,
quarter) and outscored: BHS by 14-4 in I per game to date. : ,. : :"r 'i' :
both the first and second periods to ..e..e0pRI ---- --
forge the 28-8 halftime spread. *frtsl ?I .
Both benches emptied in the second I-- '" \
half and the teams played even, both '
scoring 33 points after intermission. : '

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May holiday Tankard Challenges Leath ?14,1.31,,;, f 'I lri l nut nolfl *e/nt
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Tornado center Ben Tankard goes up for a jumpei* r4MVKMMIwc' 'andall'' ,
be filled with the Leath Inside but for shot.much of last Thursday. night's games Lmth-htiil(-liltS fiuni getting L4 -

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NOTICE OF' '" "" ...,.,. .; .,.- \.,. 'it'' ,.' .' '/ '. 'i", ,/ '.' ,
That certain piece, NOTICE OP' rl"1! i Jtd.. .. ;.
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L.EGALS t parcel or tract of land ,o'lN'Onoi "W': it \: "
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SHERIFF'S SALE it" i e J '
r REGISTER situate lying and being ,'ly'1'il .I: ..:t\fr\, f. ;//io .'tct .:
FICTITIOUS Notice I I. hereby given Pickup truck: 1.0. No. .
NAME. \ 'In the County ol Brads that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, FIOONEA6254! '
.' 210 foot, run thence of Bradford County ford State of Florida' as sheriff of Bradford As the) property of the 'I2'4f'12'Cg.12
South 105 feet to Point Beulah known and described as:
8109 a"l ,la Section of Floridasby County Florida under above named defendant.
Beginning and being a Moody Deputy Clerk of Writ ol the
Florida Statutes, and by virtue and that on Monday
rectangular tract ol land 12/18 2tcha 12/25. COMMENCE at the Northeast to-wlt 19th of
notice Is h.r.blglv.n 210'leet East and West corner of Section Execution day January. You are invited to attend
thit the .undersigned, Execution 'Issued out 1981 at ana o'clock on
SARAH CIEONI and 105 foot North and COURT.IN THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH 21. Township 6 South of County Court of Duval said day on the premisesof Prayer Services at the

REAGAN .Rt. 3. tax South,lying and being In Range 22 East thencerun County. Florida pursuant the Bradford CountyJail
the Southwest' South 31 14' 10"West Final Judgement for I will offer for sale' Holiness Prayer Cbapel.
15)18) Slarka Fl.. 32091 corner of AND FOR BRADFORD .. to a ; j
950 feet to the Intersection
the Southeast and sell the highest t
/ ol the Aetna Finance Companyand to
sole owner doing
business' as THE Northeast H of the COUNTY CASE NO.FLORIDA.80-282 of the against William R, bidder for cash. In hand. 1 mile South of City Limits on SR 100;
centerline ol the SCL .
Southeast '/ Brooks a/k/a William the above described I I '
DREAMER Rt. 3. BON Section pro-
I5K8, Slorke. PI.. 32091 lo. Township 6 South MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Railroad centerline right ol way and Ray Brooks defendant party i of said' defendant .1! Services! at 7:30 pm Wed. fir Sat.
the of CenterStreet
Intends to register said Range 22 East and containing EVELYN M. VAUGHNand In the ?amount of to satisfy the aforesaid
thence North '
: run 'I
a hall S2.87I.40 with Execution.
under the moreor
fictitious name
less, all 73 27' 51" west along collection.Have .' / t. Reddish !I
and ,
provisions' ol aloresaidstatute. lying beIng Plaintiffs, vs ARTHUR costs Bolph:
the centerline of C.nt.rStrI Bradford .
In Bradford County seized, and hove Sheriff. County. I
BRUNO and DIANE C. ,- .
1054.6 feet
to the
paled this 3rd day ol Florida. BRUNO his wife, et al. West line of Stale Road In my possession described, the Florida.. 12/25 4tchg

December, A.D. 1980 InSlork. has been tiled Defendants. No. 200: thence run following per- 1/19. +"1: '
againstyou i
.. Fl. 12/11 I 4tpd and NOTICE OF South 16* 35' 09" West
you are requiredto
1/1/81. MORTGAGE 375 feet to the POB IF.i
serve a of
|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT written defenses, copy II your any, FORECLOSURE SALE thence continue South 1 11 j""iqs '='-OEM i ....". -:.;.... __ ........ :
Public notice Is Newsby
16 35' 09"West 180 feet
OE THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Jr.to it on Alan S. Chrlstner given that pursuant to thence run North 73 27': p.m. PrayerMeeting and VPE! Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a m. Worship Ser ,;'.

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Esquire, plaintiff ahtorney. and In strict accordancewith 51" West 193 feet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. vices 11 a.m. and 1:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday a
BRADFORD COUNTY 5100 W. address Is the Summary Final thence run North 16 35' Elizabeth Terry Evergreen Baptist Sunday School '1:30: p.m. '

FLORIDA. Boulevard Second Kennedy Judgment of Foreclosure 09" East 180 fast thencerun Phone 782-aooo 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Baptist Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship \

{ CIVIL ACTION Tampa Florida 33609 Floor entered 'In this cause on South 73 27' 51" East 7 p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting at Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30:
No. 80488.In
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;r.: The Marriage of or before January 6, December 15. 1980 the 193 feet, to POB and lying CHURCH ACTIVITIES 7:30 p.m. Youth and Junior program p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The f'f'FlrHL
BlLY C. BENEFIELD. Husband 1981 and file the undersigned as Clerk of and being In the City Church of God: Sunday School 10 Monday. Dec. 22 at 7:30: p.m. Church gave all the members and friends their annual I

and LINDA original with the clerk of said Court will on the of Starka, Bradford a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and e Faith Baptist Bible School 10 a.m. treat after the morning service. After the even

DARLENE BENEFIELD this court either before 6th 1981 day sell ol January the following A.D. County Florida. ing service the church served sandwiches and .

WJIa. service on plaintiff attorney refreshments. .:
described real property at public auction to thehlgh..t Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Warship ,
; NOTICE or Immediatelythereafter Highland Baptist: -
situate In Bradford County
bidder for ce.h.at ,
: Of SUIT- : otherwise a florida. to-wit services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting ,?
& : the East front door ol
default will be
NO PROPERTYTO entered Wednesday at 7 p.m.

;: LINDA DARLENE against you for the relief lots 5, 6. 7. 8, 9, 1O II the Courthouse Bradford In County Starke, Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship 1

BENEFIELD ADDRESS demanded In the com and 12 In Block 7, Hamp- Florida during the legal Service 11 a m. and 7:30 p.m. Watch Night service

UNKNOWN plaint or p.tlllon.WITNESS ton. Section 30, hours of sale, to-wlti Dec: 31 after Prayer Meeting Wednesday. .

YOU ARE HEREBY the seal 1 of my this hand and Township 7 South Range 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, Long Bridge Baptist Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship \

NOTIFIED that an action November 26. 1980.Court on 22 East. January 6, 1981 some A 'Service 11 a m. and 7:30:: p.m. Prayer Meeting
for-Dissolution ol marriage being sales day Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.
has boon tiled Clerk GILBERT of the Courts S. BROWN/ by at public auction to the and a J:gal hour of sola. 1 Mortem, Road Baptist: Sunda! School 10 a.m. Worship

against you Linda Beulah M. highest bidder for cash DOled this 15th day ol service 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. j
Darlene Benefield and Moody. Deputy at the East front door of had
Clerk. December A.D.. 1980. 4- 1 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. They
101Or.. required to 12/4 4tchg 12/25 the Bradford County GEORGE H. PIERCE their Christmas program Sunday Dec. 21. .
serve> a copy of your Courthouse In Storke. 996 North Temple Noi-thside Baptist Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship

written delenses II any Florida during the 'legal Avenue, Starke, Florida services 11 a.m. and 7 pm. Prayer Meeting Wednes-
to it;ion the plaintiffs attorney IN THE CIRCUIT hours of sale to-wit: 32091 Attorney for
i day at 7 p.m. Chrildren put on a Christmas Play on
'" whose name and COURT EIGHTH 1il5: p.m. Tuesdays Plaintiff. .
address ,Is Dudley P. Hardy JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN January 6, 1981 same Gilbert S. Brown Sunday night.
III P.Af.O. Drawer 1030. COUNTY FLORIDA. and a legal hour of sole. Bradford County Worship Service 11 a.m. Wednesday children's choir
Starke, Florida 32OV1.' CASE NO. 80-262 Dated this ISth day of Floridasby Beulah 7 pm Bible: Gleanings 8 p.m. ,
and llle the original' with MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE December. A.D., 1980.( Moody Deputy Clerk 1 Annual Christmas Program and Jesus' birthday .

the ]:I.rk of the above GEORGE H. PIERCE, 12/18 2tchg 12/25. part was held Sunday night, Dec. 21. i

styled court on or ALBERT H. BIRT, and 996 North Temple
befoije, January 8, 1981 MADELYN E. BIRT. his Avenue Storke, Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PERSONALS! i

otherwise a Judgment wile Plaintiffs, vs AR. 32091 Attorney for OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Merry. Christmas and Happy New Year to every '

mottle entered against THUR BRUNO and DIANEC. Plaintiff. ?r I CIRCUIT IN AND FOR and Mrs. Clyde Hall of member and officer of the Telegraph and to each per ,,

yoot for the relief BRUNO his wife, Gilbert S. Brown. BRADFORD COUNTY Mr. son who gave Miss Elizabeth Terry any news.. during_. .. i
d.mC1ded'ln the complaint MONTGOMERY WARD I Clerk of the Circuit Court FLORIDA. Theressa: the year 1980. Thanks to all of you. '1

or petition. CO., INC.. et al. Defen ol Bradford County, CIVIL ACTION I love you very much. Mr. Johnny Jenkins and his grandson of Hilliard '::1 I

WITNESS: my hand and dants. Florida. /s/by Beulah Case No. 80507CA. Your daughter, visited I his mother-in-law. Mrs. O.J. Anders on Satur- 1 f!:
the dial ol this Court on NOTICE OF Moody Deputy Clerk. In re: The Marriage of 'day morning. '
December 2. 1980. MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE 12/18 2tchg 12/25. SAMMY LEO SMITH Hus Marjorie Packham Pendarvisis
We to hear that PFC Franklin
Gilbert S. Brown As SALE band. VS PATRICIA JEAN 9Q\7 1l "' 1l 9 belter and happy will come home for Christmas.
Clerft: ol the Court By: Public notice Is hereby SMITH Wife. j
that Eunice of
Vo to
lire happy announce Jimmy j
Marvin McRae. as Deputy given that pursuant to IN <
Oos 1
Atlanta and Miss Mary Margaret Watson of Decatur
Ctjlrk.l2 and In strict accordance COURT O
/ 4tchg 12/25 with the Summary Final JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN NO PROPERTYTO were united in marriage Saturday Dec. 13, In
Judgment of Foreclosure AND FOR BRADFORD : SAMMY LEO SMITH Decatur. They went on a trip sightseeing down the .l

-. entered In this cause on COUNTY FLORIDA. Address, c/o Safeguard ( ,tlo stale and returned Friday Dec. 18, stopping by to see '
IN finE+ CIRCUIT COURT December 15, 1980. the CASE NO. 80-269 Factory. Toppahannock; Do his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice and then ;

FOIl-aRADFORD COUN. undersigned as Clerk of MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Virginia o sW went on home. They will live In Atlanta.
TY, FLORIDA. CASE NO. said Court will on the YOU ARE HEREBY Jayo,6 You (o Randy Roberts of Fort Jackson S.C. came home
80.365-. CIRCUIT CIVIL. 6th day of January A.D. FLORIDA BANK AT NOTIFIED that an action heap J 4 I Thursday and will be home until Jan 6 with his wife

:" 1981 sell the following STARKE. a banking corporation for Dissolution of marriage BjrYs.n and two children.
AMERICAN METROPOLIPlala'tlll described real property Plaintiff vs has boon filed Jn! Dobbs of Fort Pierce. and Clyde Dobbs of

TAt4FIt4ANlI1fJ, ,OIll'"J' ',.1.redf.nl4ou.! :: .. BOB..1,".COOPER.;'ondSARAH .against you Sammy Leo tC iIIl Gainesville visited their uncle' and aunt, Mr. and
RAi!Q .. "'...'. .,- C. COOPER,. Ms. ..Smith" and you are re"quIrelTfo ( .. .... ::: : : :':
"" ....... t. -= : '- .. I t- _.MrJ..A11ie.Dobbslasl..sun"ay..Qec.J, .',,J- : ;I" ::'. ....,
AM .t ..... ..- .". .,.. .. '.rvnfe.'ZAUiii'BuuipmeNr.INC. .h servo a copy of ,. ; Merry Chrls.mas'-John, and;;; Andy' Mis Sandy Gustafson and children of Fensaco'1a r .
TA .M .".Z 'AH ot Blocks B and gin .. a corporation! ED your written defenses, If her Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and
are visiting parents
vs DAVID R. the City of Hampton DOWLING f/d/b/a any to It, on the plaintiff I love you both very much. All I| Chris They will stay Christmas. Her husband will
Section 30 Township 7 DOWLING IRRIGATION s attorney whose love
my join them for Christmas Day and will stay over the
STEP./fENS. his wife !
South. Range 22 East. SUPPLY n/k/a ALACHUA name and address Is Isaf
Defendants.. WATER FLOW SUPPLY George H. Pierce. Pierce i wecl'onrt.
NQTJCE OF ACTION at public auction to the CO.. INC.. et al' Defen a Hardy P.A. P.O. I! The Harley's Christmas dinner was held in the

TCR: DAVID R. STEPHENS highest bidder for cash dants. Drawer 1030 Starka, I I Masonic Lodge dining room on Sunday. Dec. IS
atvd LOTTIE M. at the East front door of NOTICE OF Florida 32091 and file 1 Thosa attending were: Dan and Cleo Harley. Helen

STEPHENS, his wile the Bradford County MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE the original with the Harley, Edna Harley Wayne and Shirley Douglasand
.; Courthouse In Storke. SALE' clerk of the above styled suns Doug and Chris. Bud and Sandra Harley,

YCJU ARE NOTIFIED that Florida. during the legal Public notice Is hereby court on or before, David and Susan, Kent and Dianne Graudons and

or&-actlon: to foreclose a hours of sale, to-wlt: given that pursuant.to January 26 1981, otherwise (iriMrrttUerr" Carra from Starke.
mortgage< an real pro- 1:30: p.m. Tuesday and In strict accordancewith a judgment may be m Nelson and Clara Blocker from Lake City Nelson

pejjly in Bradford County January 6, 1981 same the Summary Final enteagainst you for the and Joyce Blocker, Jr. and Nelson, HI from Mac-
Florida 'legally being a legal sales day Judgment ol Foreclosure the relief demanded In 510\ % 0 cleuny Jackie, Susanne and Craig Smith from
d crlbed' as follows: ,' and a legal hour of solai entered In this cause on the complaint or petition. ItomIe'\ ; Winter Haven

< ; ', Dated this 15th day of December 15. 1980 the QlD11h Randy and Judy Harley from J'TSviSl""'
B In at the lajilhwesler December A.D., 1980. undersigned as Clerk of WITNESS my hand and 0- fOrb Richard, Mary Marie, Lig and Ricky ( PAIR lSanforil
co of the Mafthwest ;J> ','. GEORGE H. PIERCE said Court will on the the seal of this Court on \ni Wayne Abbie Terri Virgnia.! Audrey ..ndEslht'r
'/ I the Southed" W ol ( ,496 North Temple 4th day ol January. A.D. December 19 1980. \1
Arthurine Blanchard, Mike Youyant l
S 'Ion 1 16. Township t ,lieS Th Avenue, Starke, Florida 1981, sail the following Gilbert S. Brawn As t of Massey Fred, and Bernice Barthlow of Mid- ;:
Range Wl/asV\ 32091. Attorney for described real property Clerk ol the Court By:
ru thence East>?!f8 feet. /,Inllff. situate In Bradford County Beulah Moody, as Deputy dleluirg and Jerry and Hanell Dyal, Cecilia Terwilh.har -
ru thence M h >10S p-Ollbert S. Brown Florida to-wlt: Clerk. ,: and Jerry Blalock of Starke.

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964-7828 08e Temple,, 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone

Apertmenta'.rll_ REALTOR Is *. : ..PI1L1P W. CLARK REALTOR

x OEORGI ROBERTS -Broker I I Office' Space. Far Rent 41' registered collective' STARKE. FLORIDA'

;I> ASSOCIATISlWeekends end Evenings. Cell Holiday Greetings re Alit Ralpl., Estate ., membership mark Office

RIchord Robert.'UII95 Ann Godwin M4-SSS I .3 '.. loath '..m..ln town 18900. B3 ryan Real ; which may be used only 964-5231

Patsy Slice.4-M7t Herman Nodding.'U.ltlWj, Greet "location. Hwy 301 Sooth, Over 400 Irontage.MR. by real estate profes-

1 John.Smith ......'217 'I ISA House for reel.2BR (Cor. US 301 a Call S0 ionals who are yj. /l.lal. 5a/i tR Olppraaah.
=Y HOMES -STARKE3IR. IB, frame In town SI5.OOO. $1.000 down. members of the NA- ,

I.. Irm. ....... W.IOO' lot.Collins PI. I I .3 BR 2 Be. C/B house, very Urge outside !building, BesSMttRd. 964-8798., ....- .TIONALASSOCIATON"OV"REALTOftS'I Neat and Affordable Best describes. this I bedroom, I

'Frame home en 1 .lots with warehouse-Welnut St. MONDAY FRIDAY9-3 p.m. MTUKOArff-U': ., and hath home. Newly remodeled kitchen with a spacious, _
'2';.. 1.. Block. Fenced MS Pinewood Dr. I .3 BR IVt. ... C/t house, .large .... Orange Street. Must Evenings and Sundays appointment subscribe to its strict. breakfast bar and plenty cabinets makes this. a goad

.38.R 1MB. Block eke ISM Jeering' St. i see. Ethics. buy at.$31.100. ',
.1 S BR 1 ... leura St. Hofpn t Jrygn. REAL OW Code of
Frame "'m.. 38R1B, clean 8 neat-Pratt' St. ar garden spot, house completely. '
.Frame home, good location;XIRJB-Pork Place. remodeled. WATERFRONT SAMPSON iAKSl 4 ...1 Bath-X4 New 3 bedroom 2 full hath black' home,equipped; kitchen .

.large From home, Ig. yard. Ftrepl .s-S. Water It .I BR 2 Be. Central HI A. large perch roc room on 1 were ,. 60 DW Mobile Heme CHBA Kitchen. ... ..even hoe a garage 1<<.100.

.4 1R. 38; largo, screened ...4reern-5.erlnf. St. I In City. .Ova-Reduced.. pllencee-127,700. RelllMI

:1 OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES I .3 BR I Be. large ....utlful.o. Green Acres. Term' .GRAHAM ROAD-.: X aR-Pram. on X Acree awn Choice Acreage Approximately' S acres. al Improved

.3SR, IB. Irm. :II acres.. a.... .......M.L. Starting Rd. .home 2 story, Patch house, next to Ha. Pest Central con be 27000. I pasture tend In ,.....,. Good drainage S17.SOO.Keystone .
or some type commercial nice size lot.
..'.. I'. Ireme. .large .let, lake Sutler. .IXCIUINT NEIGHBORHOOD aR. S Ba.Bled. Ph.wet647700 I
Cottage with 22$ frontage en beautiful. Slack Creek. 393 N. Temple. Avenueel Area; 3 bedroom block hem, with central
28R. IB. Stucco, Large lot.-SRIOM. MlcId1./lu. Fern. Km. CHA ,Garage Noo189,000..,
heat olr nice lot.
carpet. SW.SOO.
.'38*. >$. Stucco, Fireplace. 301 South ? Reduced .8 PECAN TREES ON THIS I ACRE with i SR.isev UASI with ,

..large,, ..4...8R.1B X mobile, nice homes workshop--Sempsen ever 4A take Hempfon Rd.Pgtme .I acre. with S SR I ... Green hose Wilson Rd-)2.000. Madam brick h._'_. ..... FP-Gar' "'*.tOQ. on0.ecre-WILL Ie I bwg...fs1.a..... Newlyweds We hove |lust the heme for you. Completely '

......lIful. 4 '..2'. brick. ep.. 18A-W. el Lawtey. JOVi home,acres with of fruit very nice 9 SR IVt hath, bride veneer e2'A' ocres-SS.800) I'acres-St,800-N%" down-lyrs, wen a Now ......! furnished X bedroom block home, even has a solar. +i
variety a nut trees, goad TV. II'.SOO.Could 1
Muble garage, 1BR.IMB. C Black. ep.. 3A. SR IsW. barns.HS posture small 10%' '
.Brick, 3 ... n. op. I'AA.-SR 1001. .3 ecree t up, -"._ per A.-12%', dawn;,10 yre... elm. aa-.y.- largo home
.Prliino.! S ... ... ".............*.."/. A.-...... Rd. IIS let.Westmoreland. It,, nice' f..... "110"'.. ,''*. __. with send oload.... be your I best move Into this 3 bedroom I bath
.New Cypress ........ 1BR.IB. 10A.-OH .."... Hwy Beautiful Vt acres with 490 pecan frees."w.II.I...- .10 acres. graded reed 114.100 with terms.. home 'In lewtey._ carpet. throughout central heat a
IK tanks, I fish ponds. fenced A cress .10.11..... ... : sj 4Rt belt eJr. and a newly remodeled. kitchen' makes this
.It. IS, M, FR. ...- ryetal lake. A.. ..... lencedtatce\ en UI.30142CI.MO. fences:, ,.?wOW opposes "-" .) 99sines. e
pasture Tome. : .. good Investment at 12*,560..
Bern horse stone
Peal. FP, Soft, IB, Brkk Country Club. ares. I" \ T ,,1' ,
.L tIt,.. appro 8A.. MR. XB S.R., 1001. A|artment.beauty shop a barber shop !building for sal'.. houses, now haw Mrms ._.J tscsotsgea.jCALL I m4 many elerageS I Associates Innings. _
ereeeld be hanged te mother type business, moor Hellday !business' sod hedustried shoo." :\, bvlldlpgs.l. A Celnee 7BMW88
.3 .R. IB 11. OR ep.. I acre lot-S.R. IOM.Br Ian. Terms. ,,> '. Terry Key C.Wafers M4-414I

,#ck home. 0""*. 3X acres .... J21ri .12.9 Eileen G.ftemley. 473.306Potty N. lawsan-n4-otI7
i ACRIAOR e. acre with 12x11 MH I open torch a I screen Parch .:fWsfJjWsfJC, ..' aMMMlgveoteetMge. -
.7 eras, X Keller .....-....."C..sbileke Shores.Le !bulk .... Sf2.14IO./II. A"OCIA'U-APTI.tsCHMS. j,,..'..; ri ..' .

>. let Sempsen leke. Manegenieiii Services' lllllenCPeerson /,V..III I
Aipreilmetely 8 eras. In lewtev And.11; f I, t Appraleelslu Broker/Salesman a ,. ,..r i: 'Aetectat*. No.4.i"I'. rgs ....... call
.e i.res-Ofl IRMJ. jfTt:! _;_ >... ..|[sulkeev-11AITOR-961.6068" Office Manager ': ->tVssU3 > fee ......... I
.macro Mobile Home .lot W..e114 Acres,. .Irene'.....Ikr,REAiTOK-ASSOOAn-tee-SUl .*..111. ';\\\\\b,\; :i{ 'lfilylvle ., = I
.Seputllul, ig acres-Country Club area UclMe. Conner 1ry-IItOK..ALIlMAN..oIGl : '>/ ; 11-01"0 "SO" owl,
Reddish, : ; -- -- -
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Ntte lot dub. Sendra W.Reddish.. .
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of 301
.jjoesa. ft. building" /.-.. t acreejj.$.. Marlene Roberts.944Mo* ....- ." ... ...", ..." U.S. ,pod Edwards .

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'Pag*fiB December 25.1980.News ,

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I" ,,,'i Public AnnouncementClay Camp' Blanding Hunt ResultsThe
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: Briefs......... :" ." : .-' p' Clay County Tax ; ayneGeiger count;:
: : hunt issl.weekDsa Ii-
'f:1> : ,. : 4t will receive estimate for 21, .> reported by Blending wildlife
.. authority y' biologist Jim Garrbon came|o:-20 bucks a pair of does six male hog and two
ment of 1980 taxes under of
.. ;I\f A, I : } ': '. \ ,' the Property Appraisers Certificate .female,79 cat squirrels,22 fox squirrels' 13 quit,three rabbit,two ducks,and five

Careless Driving fiala Douglas Bryant,' 54, of Lulu, "' stating that 1980 tax relief cannot be snipe,
I Bus Misses Turn was not Injured r damage to the certified for collection in time to allow
Cited in Mishap : Backs Into CarA 1978 Ford sedan she Wit driving was payment prior to January I, 1981, 3.192 hunters patroled the Blanding reserve font week Garrison 0ald.
Open hunt Reason continues for two more weeks at Blending up through
Both drivers were charged with estimated at$600. Collection of the estimated taxes "
careless driving by the Starke Police school bus missed a turn and Both vehicles were going east on will be based on Column 2 of the Property January 4.
Department after their cart were In- backed up Into ever on Owens-Illinois Owens-Illinois Forest Road when the Appraisers notice of proposed
volved In a-traffic accident at.the Forest Road off of Douglas Cemetery school bus missed a right turn and property taxes which were mailed out
Bradford Square Shopping Center In Road B miles west of Lake Butler at 3 stopped.The Ford stopped behind the In November. This notice must be / //VNCigE
Starke 200 feet west of US-301 Sunday p.m. Friday, Dec. 19. school bus and when the bus started to presented with payment of taxes.
Dec. 21, at 7:54: >.m. Paul Douglas Baker, 43, of Lake back up to turn,backed into the Ford, Tax Collectors offices will be opento
Brenda Dorrls Ramsey. 29, of Butler was not injured and there was according to the,Florida Highway collect these taxes December 26,
Gainesville, was not Injured but no damage listed to the 1971 Union Patrol. 27, 29, 30, &31, from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30
damage to the 1975 Pontiac sedan she County school bus that he was driv- Trooper W.M.Abrams did not Issue p.m. for people wishing to pay these
was driving was estimated at 700. ing. any citations after Investigating. taxes and claim them on their 1980 in- The state with,?'the fewest people'It Wyoming with 406,000.
Vivian Bennett Adams, 24, of mishap. come tax return.
Starke,was not Injured but damage to
the 1969 Ford sedan ahe was drivingwas
estimated at* 00.
The Pontiac was traveling againstthe ECKE
traffic and failed to stop or yield.As RWse
a result, the Ford struck the Pon-
tiac In the right side,according to the DQ
Starke Police Department.
Patrolman Richard A. Bennett
cited Ramsey and Adams on the
careless driving charge.

Car Struck

- Entering 301

A car entered the highway and was I
struck by a passing car on busy a battery
US-301 1,000 feet north of Prevatt Q u u I
Creek south of Starke Friday,Dec. 19 s "? .
at 3:19 p.m. 2-POUND BOX flashlight battery WOODEN
Dawn Marie McDowell Roberts,18,
damage to the 1975 Ford she was driv- BABE AFTER a
ing was estimated at 1500. SPRAYCOLOGNE "C"or"D"SIZE CASSETTE BOX

John P.Voges 19 a sailor stationed Vk-oz So fresh&so feminine. SHAVE BATTERIES TAPES: AlsorledltvlelwllhraltOlnor,
fabric Inserts mirrors drawers
the USB-Tattnali, was not injured Famlly-Slze bOX Of
on Ideal stocking gift 1.8-oz.after shave cologne For flashlights radlosAamall 60-mlnuleblank tapes A more Quality-crafted
but damage to the 1976 Chevrolet he REG. $3.75 LIMIT 1 REG. $4.50 LIMIT 1 chocolate-covered appliances REG. 63 PK. REG. $3 39 LIMIT 1 REG. $15.99

was The side driving Ford road entered,was attempted estimated the highway to at cross$1,800.froma the 299) 359 favorites.'' Reg.'99 4.29 'S.737ft/ ';

median and the Chevrolet was southbound I off / 1259 1188.
on US-301 and struck the Ford, 11111 :
according to the Bradford County .
Sheriff's Department. .
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No citations were listed on the acci-
dent report filed by Deputy Sheriff SURE 3-SHELF PLASTIC
Paul Stegall who Investigated the ROLL-ON MEN'S GENERAL ELECTRIC r
FLANNEL 12"x12"x30".
Price reflects 35-off label
1 5-oz. SHIRTS Choice of colors. Indoor/outdoorwlth
Brake Failure 69* *types. Choice of colorss. REG. $1899 3ft\ single lather UL listedREQ /
B $4 99 r
Leads to MishapA sizes REG $7.99 1288

Starke woman was charged with C99
operating a motor vehicle with brakes MYLANTA -
that failed by Starke Police Depart LIQUID ANTACID 3-LIGHT
ment after her car was Involved in an 12-01 Low sodium. CANDOLIER
accident at the busy intersection of LIMIT 1 Window decoration.
US-301 and SK-100 at 11:06: p.m. Fri HAITIAN Includes bulbs
day,Dec. 19. 159' BASKETS 2f\e REM $3.9Y
Marilyn Vickie Monroe, 24, of Li MEN'S Your choice BananaPalmSeagrass /
Starke was not Injured and there was mix .
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" ,:, ,t Public) Defender Excused 'from 'HancUiiie Inmates, Growing Case Load Cited I

Circuit Court Judge R.A.. (Buzzy) Counties relates to the handling of cases arising .-- In those
The public defenders office stretches the crime he was arrested for. cases as two inmates are
Green, Jr. granted a motion to allow Elwell also told the court that this In Florida State Prison and Union over six counties contained in Five capital l murder cases, four of charged with the murder of the same
the Public Defender's office to year when the hearing was held Correctional Institution," Parlapiano the circuit, according to Parlapiano. them prison cases, and one local Inmate
withdraw from representing prison Thursday, Dec. 18, that 423 cases had said. from Cedar Key to Macclenny and Bradford County case, are pending In the seventh case the defendant I
Inmates In' Bradford County for a been filed by his office during 1980 "The necessarily Increasing for has '
from High Springs to Melrose, a huge disposition by trial after the beginning plead guilty and is awaiting
period of 90 days because of an extensive and that he was expecting 10 to 12 diligence of those Institutions directed geographic expanse. He pointed out of 1981. There are six defendants sentence by the court.

similar Increase motion in cases has in been the county.A filed in. more pared before to 300 In the 1979.year's end, as com- toward reducing the violence in the within those counties is contained the ," ...... -.. .."," -,..._.... ._a.. ."-, -, ,_
prisons has resulted In a substantialIncrease greatest concentration ,of state institutional
Circuit Court in Union County but no The motion cited that 30 to 40 new In the number of weapons services to be found In the
date has been set for a hearing on the cases are expected to be filed within and battery cases filed against Inmates State of Florida. Even now, Parla-
motion because Union County will 30 days by the state attorney's office.In ," Parlapiano says. ."Many piano stated Baker Correctional In-
change Administrative Judges on Union County the Public .cases not formerly prosecuted In circuit stitution at Olustee is beginning to
January 1 from Judge Benjamin M., Defender's office has 150 cases pen- court but rather were dealt with produce a significant case load
Tench to Judge Wayne M. Carlisle ding and when the hearing Is held will administratively, are now routinelyfiled In addition there is a recent surgeIn
Assistant Public Defender John cite that figure.Parlapiano as felony prosecutions." criminal offenses that represents a NOW THRU DEC. 31st
Stinson was accompanied to the hearing told this pit Union "We do not take issue with this 26 percent increase in felony cases
by his boss: Public Defender AJan Starke office serves Bradeo!rd. change in policy, since It Is in our and a thirty-one percent increase in
Parlapiano, who stated that Stinson and Baker Counties He stated he has mutual Interest to reduce the violencein Juvenile cases compared to a similar TREES SHRUBS PLANTS
now has 130 active cases. They cited had to assign an attorney from his those institutions, but we have urg- period last year in the circuit.
the national average for an attorney Gainesville office to assist in Baker ed careful scrutiny by the State At- "We need help now," Parlapiano BULBS PLANTERS MULCH I
should be less than 100 cases. County. Richard Fultz Is the Assistant torney before such cases are filed," said in his letter, asking for the addi-
Assistant State Attorney Tom Public Defender for Union County. says. "The net results of tional attorney, investigator PEAT FERTILIZERS -
Elwell told this paper Friday Dec. 19,' Parlaplano gave this paper a copy this sift in policy, coupled with the secretary and receptionist. I
that he currently has 189 active cases. of a letter he hand carried 16 upward spiral of violence In those in- Parlapiano told this paper that INSECTICIDES MOWERS 1
Seven of those are capital cases, ac- Tallahassee in which he requests stitutions is a staggering caseload in while In Tallahassee he met with Gov. CHAINSAWS KERO-SUN ;
cording to Elwell and have special $38,750 in additional funds to handle those two counties which Is beyondthe Bob Graham for 45 minutes as a
public defenders appointed to them. the Increased case load in the area. capacity of existing staff to handl member of the Florida Public HEATERS TOOLS ETC I
State statutes provide that ex- The money request Is for anotherattorneylnvestlgatorsecretary competently. Defenders Association He describedthe /
penses for inmate cases be reimbursed and "The filing of informations In Brad- governor as showing genuine con- Everything except some already |
by the state to Bradford and Union receptionist. ford County is running almost two to cern for the prison problem. drastically reduced In-store
The letter was addressed to John T. one ahead of last year and in Union Stinson, in filing the motion, cited a
Lloyd Mosley Herndon, director of Planning and County 44 felony Informations were case In which the Florida Supreme specialsKEHO51W I
Budget. Office of the Governor. filed in September, I960,as comparedto Court Issued an opinion last May 2 in
Home BurnsA Parlapiano cited the fact that there 11 a year ago. The need is real and Escambia County V. Behr In which A Kero-Sun' Portable :
Is an unexpected and dramatic increase immediate he added.
fire of undetermined origin com- the court held that the circuit court Aftk
pletely destroyed a brick house three- in case load in Bradford and Parlapiano, In his letter, pointedout may grant a public defender's motionto I .. Heater lets you
Union Counties. he had filed motions In both coun- withdraw and
quarters of a mile east of Starke on appoint private
CR-18 at 4:08: a.m., Sat., Dec. 20, ac- "The Increase in felony prosecutions ties to be relieved of prison cases until counsel at county expense on the : lower your thermostat and
cording to the Bradford County in Bradford and Union Countiescan he could get additional help for his grounds of excessive case load in the ; l5'
Volunteer Fire Department. be substantially attributed to staff. He pointed out his staff in the public defender's office. reduce your heating bill.
Harry Green, chief of the BCVFD, changes in policy by the Departmentof Gainesville office handles 73 to 80 "This is not something that could The tad news Mint.he.ar.g.
told this paper that the house was for Corrections and by State Attorney cases which is still far in excess of have been anticipated," Elwell said. You can stay warm for penniesan
the Eighth Judicial Circuit as it the Governor's standards.The Judge Green In granting the motionto
owned by the Lloyd Mosley family hour with a Kero-Sun portable t
who had lived in the brand new house Local relieve the public defender's office Heater. I
for the last 13 months. Trooper Assigned to Miami, from handling the cases for up to 90 Hundreds of uses because 0
The house, according to the fire days, stated it would become effective I
theY're all portable. 99.9%fuel
department records, burned to the Another Transferred Thursday, Dec. 18.
frame with no one home at the time Permanently Green stated he would confer with efficiency means odertess,
the fire broke out. Bradford County Judge Elzie S. 'smOkeless operation.And they
= Green pointed out the amount of Trooper D.C. Roberts, a local officer original request was for 90 day Sanders to compile a list of local at- need no chimney. Battery-
damage was still trying to be deter- with the Florida Highway assignments but the Cabinet only ap-- torneys who would be available to be powered Ignition system and
mined and the cause of the fire was Patrol, has been assigned to special proved 30 day assignments and will appointed as special public defendersto automatic shut-off device for -.,,-
unknown as this paper went to press- duty in the Miami area starting Jan.. discuss it further at next month's represent the Inmates. extra safety.Kero-Sun offers
Records in the Bradford County 4, according to word received locally Cabinet meeting. Most of the appointments of the portable kerosene heaters In 41st
Property A praiser's office show the from FHP headquarters in Records show 75' troopers, 10 public defender come when Judge models to fit your particular'
current value of the house approx- Tallahassee.The homicide Investigators and 15 super- Sanders arraigns a person arrestedfor needs.see a demonstration
;: imately $30,000.. assignment was made after visory personnel will be included in a crime within 24 hours after an today.
Gov. Bob Graham and the Florida the statewide assignment of the 100 arrest. At that hearing,it is determined
Cabinet approved Tuesday, Dec. 16. troopers.' whether the person arrested is KERO-SUN HEATERS STARTING AS LOW AS $169.95 ,
sending 100 troopers to the Miami Other area troopers to be assignedwill eligible to have an attorney appointedto
area to assist with that crime plaguedarea be Sgt. J.H. McClellan and Cpl. represent the defendant In the case. I
due to the Influx of ,a heavy N.T. Cravey, both of Lake City. After that the state attorney's office w'
Cuban population earlier this to Troopers being sent on the tem- alogn with the arresting agency 1OR10A GARDEN CENTER
/ year .
"197/048 the Miami and South Florida area.: porary detail will receive dally.e4. Awakes a determination on whether aninformation ,
Trooper Roberts told penses from the State. "* .:.:.., Is filed which is the next Est ..
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assignment.The "Buck" Phillips who has been basedin to trial, 039 6. Call 8t. Ope..j amA pm

,-. 100 troopers will be assignedfor Union County for the past two In capital cases the state attorney's 964-6745 'Starke
30 days with the possibility of an years has permanently been assign office presents those matters to the
additional to 60 days assignment. ed to the Miami area with the FHP. grand' jury which then determines I
whether the defendant has committed
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." ... -,, Ten words-that's all the Wise Men used to ask one of
ii r' ./ a i at the Son of God! the most searching and provocative questions of all time
r "Wharf ha that If born King of the Jews?" (Matt i:2)

If one thinks about It, there Is a certain Irony about their
I + y Inquiry. It suggests that the Wise Men were not wise because ,
t w, NAME.fftu they knew all the answers but because they asked
'the right question Their question evidenced great spirit ,
y l ?' .:, name 09041410 for k* 41499fu.I insight Although the Wise Men didn't know precisely /
r where He was to be found, they knew what He was to '
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':../ ''''..,. !L !-,' "' m III..,., 1,21 "Where They understood Is he who Is that BORN He was King human.of the They Jews Inquired?" They Siat
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'' fl' PLACE' race. He was of the seed of a woman. What the first Adam
\if '
., '. lost through sin In the
;, ;, .' Garden of Eden the second I
'. a "Adam" would recapture
through righteousness at Golgotha -
I &t lieu. &lnf.n.m pkratki They were, seeking a man. I
'': They understood that He was divine. They Inquired
( r out of tht. dkall hi I com forth, .. "Where Is he who is BORN KING of the Jews?" No man.
f \ .. ",. Is born a king. A man may be born into a royal familyhe -
mcak may b. born a prince-he may be born to one day
I "".. : 5,2 become a king-but only the One the Wise Men sought
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1 t, rA: J.'(?. .., + ..'hCh. lz',. LENGTH was born King. Although He experienced physical birth
In an obscure village In the Judean hills of a little-known atat
r ." I land, He was at one and the same time the
.ij': 1 ,' 'I Son of God. How precise the words of the Inspired atst
r''t 'hi en-
I J. what* ,.lh hav. Inn
1;, ,, < '011"o front man "A child Is born a son Is Given" (Isaiah 9.60)). In stat
'. ., I, .' I' time and space on the planet, earth He took a human
/1 1 E4 i 4 '. 'ld .",1. :.,.. 0/0/1. from ev.vtrtaalina. Ifjican 5'2TIME .body but He had dwelt e'.rnallywllh' the Father He was atst
i born King because He God.
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.,,. ... > ,' ," ., They understood that He was front the nation ol laraal stst
They Inquired. "Where Is he who la BORN KING of/ the
+ v .'" fir," ", ,!;a.f:. JEWS?"' These were Wise Men from the East probably stst

I t ." ,,- / whn In. fulntii ./A. 1._. tvai Babylon. Why should they make the long, difficult' and stat
dangerous Journey worship a Jewish king In the Insig
+i .'(. )., \ nificant land of Israel? There can be but one answer, atat
.\ .\, came, CfoJ 4nt forth lit* Son, made these men believed God s Word They knew that It was ,
through the seed of Abraham. the father of the Jewish
fl Ir h e Il o/a woman,. mach' unJtr'th. Into. people, that the world Redeemer would come (Gen. 12:3): at
and they found Him In Bethlehem where a thousand
.,.' I years earlier David the first, divinely-appointed Jewish stst
1 Ja ..., rr a ahand 4,4 king had been bom.,
k -. stSt
l ,. '.. PARENT When they found Him they worshipped-they worshipped .
I' Him who was and Is wholly man and wholly God. Stat
\ \ Unlike every other man who Is born to live, the Ch't.t
01 that holy tlility i .kick tn-ff L Child was bom to die. He was In* Lamb slain before the
f ,l t M l' foundation of ,the world. The shadow of the cross fell"a.
C7 silently but Inevitably across the manger.
Jon -
The: Wise Men from the East' didn't know all the
ofQoJ. :v; &I answers, but they knew the right question. They readied
". 1,33 Jhat the One eysought and found was Infinitely moron
than a / .. was God 'In flesh..the King of
r r kin Methe' Lord of ffordo Sovereign of the universe)' ,;SL
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I $191.40 per Month Raise for CO's Agreed Upon) by Union and State Bargainers I

Negotiators for the Department of schedules if approved will amount to the final.. say In appropriating .the. I e '.*have an answer to present to' the.state! -t '1! the Legislature: when it nt
Corrections and representatives of $13 million Instead of $15 million as money. 'by the December 29 deadline. next.April for Its annual 60-day' crease.
the American Federation of State, previously reported. Spears pointed out that the nearest Meetings on obtaining a new con- Current starting salary of correctional -
County, and Municipal Employeescame Spears reported the state has given group that received consideration for tract for correctional officers have "Agreement was reached last week officers is approximately '.
a step closer to reaching an the union until Dec.29 to make a final a big raise was a Chemist I with a proposed been going en since last October 15. that officers will receive a 1175 There correctional. ,
agreement Friday, Dec. 19 when.the decision on the new salary proposals. salary increase of 13390. The new two-year contract: when approved uniform allowance annually and $50 are 4,180 officers ..
state made what it termed a final of- "I'm happy with the money offer. Chemist I positions are Involved in by the state and the workers, shoe allowance annually. In the State of Florida according -
fer of increasing correctional officers It's really great and marks the third other state agencies. will be effective July I, Ifllli through Spears pointed out that if state to DOC; spokesman David\ Skip-
salaries$191.40< a month. straight year correctional officers Spears pointed out AFSCME July I, 1983. The monetary end of the troopers receive an Increase In per.,
This offer includes all officers other have received raises in the state," represented approximately 200,000 contract subject to final approval by salary, the salary of correctional of- ;
than those in the starting category.An Spears said. workers around the state.They repre-
agreement was reached early last Spears pointed out that the state's sent all workers In negotiations except FHP Station Named After Spearswas I
week on $12,613 starting salary the proposal eliminates all merit raises for those who are represented bythe Mir. Ilamp
same as state troopers.The and everyone will get the same raiseif Police Benevolent Association.
Information was provided to it is approved.All Spears stated during this week A former Trooper and Captain of United States Army In the African promoted to Corporal.and then
Doug Spears, presidentof the salary negotiations dependon many of those involved with the the Florida Highway Patrol In this Sicilian and Italian campaigns in Sergeant. Spears transferred to ;
ACME local 2848. Spears said final approval by the local unions salary proposals In Tallahassee have area MaJ. Hamp Spears, recentlyhad World War II. He received several Starke in 1964 to supervise the Starkedistrict
the state estimates the new salaryObituaries and also the Legislature which has cancelled holiday plans so they can the PHP station In Pensacola medals and honors for his service Including until 1968. He was then promoted
I named after him. the Congressional Medal of to Lieutenant and transferred
The honor was designate*by an act Honor for bravery during action at to Lake City,Troop B. Headquarters. _
Sen. Skinner Named Majority of the 1978 Legislature in recognition Salerno Beach, Italy. In 1970 he was promoted to Captain, ;
loyal and Inspector Spars now field com- Commander of Troop B,and served in
I outstanding serve the Florida mander for the Highway Patrol In that capacity until 1973 when he was
Highway Patrol and the citizens of the Tallahassee, started his career with promoted to Major Deputy Inspector
Whip of State Senate State of Florida. the Florida Highway Patrol In and transfed; to/Tallahassee. .
Before joining the Florida Highway Tavares on Nov. 1, 1952. During his In 1977 Spears was promoted to In- ;
Patrol Inspector Spears served the tour of duty In Lake County, Spears spector,Chief of Field Operations 7.

State Sen. Pete Skinner, D. of Lake Bradford and Union Counties. "It protects tion or draft their oWn legislation for current position.membership .
City has been appointed majority his district in North Florida" consideration by the full Legislature
leader of the Florida Senate, a new Childers said. during the 60 day annual sessions Dr. Jean Mundy Elected Founding FellowDr. ;.. I
post and a member of all the commit- The view of Childers was which are held in April and May of -

tees In an announcement made Fri- strengthened when Rep. Wayne Holl- each year. Jean Mundy, Coordinator of and exchange of ideas. The Academy representation from the .
day, Dec. 12, by Senate President Ingsworth, D-Lake City,was recently Kirkpatrick pointed out that the appointments Leisure Services and Studies at carries out this purpose through a fields of Business, Education, ...
W.D. Childers D. of Pensacola. appointed House majority whip by will enable him to aid the Florida State University has been forum devoted to exploration and Humanities, Science Social Science ; :
"Skinner" will be my right hand Speaker of the House Ralph Haben, university of Florida and agriculture. elected as a Founding Fellow of the critical analysis of leisure in a chang- and Recreation and Parks. ':'...
man, President Childers said in appointing D-Palmetto. "With 54 percent of the state's In- of Leisure Sciences. The ing society.
Skinner majority; leader. Kirkpatrick In a statement to the mate population housed in facilities In Academy Academy is made up of thirty Membership in the Academy Is bas-
Skinner will be a combination of majority media after his committee appoint- the district it is important to have distinguished scholars who come ed on intellectual leadership con- .:.
leader, majority whip and majority ments were announced said he was something to say about corrections. for the of tributions to the profession and ad- The next meeting of the Academy is .-
floor leader in the new post for overwhelmed by them. He was We have an unreal amount of work to and together advancing the purpose understanding promoting of vancement of knowledge. The scheduled for October 23 and 24, 1981,
the Florida Senate. elected this year to the senate seat in do In corrections" Kirkpatrick said. leisure through discussion debate Academy is interdisciplinary with In Minneapolis, Minnesota. .: '
The Lake City legislator will rank District 6 to succeed Buddy McKay of Skinner in a statement to the media
third In the Senate Hierarchy next to Ocala, who resigned at the end of the stated he was elated with his appoint-
Childers and Sen. Dempsey Barren, last Legislative session to make an ment. "I intend to accomplish
chairman of the powerful Rules Com- unsuccessful run at the US Senate whatever the present Florida Senate
mittee. seat of defeated U.S. Senator Richard wants to accomplish. I will continue nE."IYEAR9
The appointment of Skinner cameas Dick Stone. to support the area as I have in the 7 Eve 0
a surprise to some observers in Kirkpatrick stated it was a real past." Skinner said.
Tallahassee because Sen. Skinner plum for a freshman senator
strongly supported former Sen. Dan pointed to committees that direct THE PLACE TO BEI
Scarborough of Jacksonville for the affect Important I Issues in his district.
Senate presidency. Both Skinner and "But that's what Senator Childers New Church Formed
Childers are conservatives. said he'd do, that even as a freshmanI'd
Childers, In confirming the appoint- be put In a position to protect the
at the
ment of Skinner pointed out that the district" Kirkpatrick said. In LawteyA Party
appointment assures a bright future Under Legislative procedure com- ,, ;
for Skinner's District:S I which includes mittees review all proposed legisla- Holiday inn
new church Emmanuel MIs-

-" ..... .....,..-- ........ sionary Baptist Church on US-301 lei : :
Willie II south, was formed In Lawtey nine p
Hall, Sr. j weeks ago and is located in the south i
William H. "Bill" Hall Sr. age 75, i half of the old Bel-Air Motel property 9647600The l
I who lived in Theressa, died in the according to the church's pastor,
Alachua General Hospital in Rev. M. David Medeiros.

Gainesville Sunday night following a The church is affiliated with the : I
Jim McDanielJim lingering illness.
Southern Convention and cur- will
Baptist Party
McDaniel, 82, of Starfie died Born in Orange Heights Fla. rently has 36 members. When it was
early Wednesday morning at his August 1. 1905 Mr. Hall was a retirdcarpenter
formed it had 19 members.
daughter's home following a brief il- and farmer and was a Start at 6 pm
lness. member of the Hope Baptist Church.
Born and raised In Black Alabama Survivors include: two daughters, Rev. Medeiros is a native 01 with Dinner
Mr. McDaniel was the son of the late Carlie Mae Triest and Jean Russell Massachusettes and was born of Im- _.
Joe and Melissa Davis McDaniel, both of Theressa; three sons W.H. migrant parents who came to this
former pioneer resident of Alabama.Mr. Hall Jr and Bobby Joe Hall, both of country from Portugal. He was 42 Prime Rib _=
McDaniel Served in WWI In the Theressa and Dennis K. Hall of years old when he finished two years with Salad Bar : II II
U.S. Army. He moved to Starke Keystone Heights; two brothers of training at Christian College of \
where he was employed by the Clyde Hall Theressa and Ben Hall. Pensacola and 4woyears -at-the-. Choice, pf'Potatoes? T
Department of Roads, worked in Starke; four sisters, Florence Johns : Luther Rice Seminary in Jacksonville' IIII '
Jacksonville as bridge operator, and Delaney Fisher both of Theressaand before starting his ministerial career. Half carafe wine -
worked at Camp BlandIng and was Ida Parrish and Minnie Harris
also employed by Gold Head State both of Waldo; and 13 grandchildrenand He is a converted catholic and has Chablis Burgundy Rose!
Park in Keystone Heights. Mr. 6 greatgrandchildren.Funeral preached at churches in Alabama. ;
McDaniel was a member of the services were held at 3 Georgia and Florida. He has served d CbampagncToasted
American Legion Post nee and also p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 23, in the Hope churches in Florida in Starke, Perry, Call for Reservations :
worked as a security guard at the Baptist Church at Theressa with Rev. Cross City and Mayo where he has "..... at Midnight :'
fairgrounds until I ill:! health forced his Pat Murphy and Rev. R.V Hogarth been pastor and evangelist.Rev. S35.00 per couple :
retirement. He was a member of the officiating. Interment was in the Medeiros Is a veteran of World ___ _
Methodist faith.Survlvorllnclude. family plot in Hope Cemetery under War II and the Korean conflict hav- Out of Town Guest can rent
: three daughters, the direction of DeWitt C Jones ing served 11 years in the US Navy !! Champagne :
Mrs. Mary Ellen Peterson and Mrs. Funeral Home. with the Sixth Fleet. Breakfast
a Double Room for Si6
Annie Lee Alvarez both of Starke plus tax J
and Mrs. Emily Cotchaleovitch of STRRKE
Jacksonville; two sons James Oliver
McDaniel, Starke and Franklin D. Cold & Silver EMchanqv Party Favors
McDaniel Palatka; thirteen grand- HIGHEST PRICES PF1ID :-:
children and ten greatgrandchildren.Funeral 8t
Christmas Cash Available On IL IL S
services were Buying: Class Rings sterling Tea Sets MIm vw%: Cover Charge
Friday.. Dec. 19, at 2:00: pm. at Flatware .
wedding Bands 41A
Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Rev. Coins Platinum .
Williams conducting the Dental Cold, .or
Ray ser-
anything else of similar value) Of Starke
vices. Archie Tanner Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements. 404 w. Madison St., Starke Fla. 32091
10 am to 5 pm Mon. thru Frl.
Henton Lee Smith 10 am to 1 pm Saturday
U.S. 301 N. 964-7600
Henton L.Smith,65,of Providence. 964-8225
died Friday afternoon In the Shands L- J
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville -" rTOWtraqHlcC 2< V2( 'C1fW
after an extended illness. A life long !ij
resident of Union County where he ; -"
owned and operated his farm, he at- i ,-
tended the Providence Village Baptist f

Church.Survived by his wife Mr. Edna
Smith of Providence 2 I
Dyal ;
daughters Mrs. Kathy Harris of Mac- "Let our tar Shine _:
clenny and Mrs. Karen Blanton of THOMAS METALS ING.Metal
Lake Butler; 4 sons, Dale of Lake City .
Jerry and Bruce of Ft. Pierce and ; For others _
Timmy of Stewart; 1 brother, Earl .
Smith of Newberry; 12 grand Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage i _
children 1 aunt Mrs. Cora Douglas
of Providence.; Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows p -'

Funeral services will be held Monday i .: =
at 2 pm. in the Providence ::
Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save ;
Village Baptist Church with Rev. Art i \.
Harker and Rev. P.R. Graham officiating _
Burial will follow in Old FREE DELIVERY Another year Is soon to be ended and a new one to begin! -

Providence Cemetery under the Lake Butler Fla. 496-2013 i Let us all begin the new year by uniting with the spirit: of love and peace
direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler. for the whole world and our fellow man.

-..-.......... i The people In our small counties are like one large family. The sorrow of

one Is the sorrow of all.

One 8 x 1Q i = '

(J 'e, Natural Color i 4 t Friends mean everything without them, where :

Portrait J would we be . ?? t

i From our family to yours... we hope everyone has a Merry Christmas t And

only we wish the best to all In the new Year. d :
$1.50YOUR : \
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'In CniijiitK-tiiiitV: leis Ac..m".I ..III 111111 I .. Doyle, Mary, jimmy, It'a'tt {
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And <<"''H'r A4lM-rtinJiiK IVr Fuiiiil)
No COMMUNITY CENTER I, e.I lL/PG9ra( a i" 't.\ 'like ., I :

Aypoiniments Tuesday December 30th Thl.PUM| CnltrinW Bring; I sal AoIt7 d ss AvcNuu, i f1t.AK ;" :;
'' I [ sLrrLXRr :.
Photo Hour; 1.00.0:00 p.m. with Yew_ I PWaiWy saws .

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GO'' GRAHAM FREDICJ" -:O'! Oh I .. .," : / ''i t'l\, '. .j' 'I" "

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Rising State; Tax Revenue Negates.Need for Tax Hike't, ,' I

Gov.Bob Graham, in a year-end interview instead of state agencies making A goal of rising transportation' tax or.a major raise I in almost any nlum.Economists expect the state to end v "Fortunately reversed itself In October and Indicationsare the situation -
with the Associated Press, budget requests every year: taxes to pay for building new roads, other levy. this fiscal year next June 30 with that November and Decemberwill
Gov. Graham and his staff have "Other than transportation,I do not
stated that as things stand now, he maintaining old ones and developing (1438 million more than originally be the tame,"Graham said."So I
won't seek a significant tax Increase been working on the next two-year public transportation systems. Gov. see the"necessity for a major tax In projected.,'Those expert's forecast feel more confident about our basic
Florida' expanding budget which they will submit to the to link transportation, crease, Graham says. "There maybe .
because Graham wants of
but calls for revenue to go up 10 8 percent revenues for the general support
It continual reform efforts I
economy ought to provide enough Legislation next spring when to the politically popular economic some next year for a $435 million Increase government. .
to achieve the costly goals he reconvenes for its annual 60-day ses do not see any significant tax In-
money development program.A for that is and another 12 5 percent the year Sources outside the state capital
has set for the last two years of his sion. reform of the criminal Justice creases. The basic reason after for an additional$584 million. have been pushing for an Increased
Graham made clear in the AP Inter- that have strong in
we a economy
present term. system Including higher pay for cor- "One of our main concerns two sales tax,which has not been raised in
the sufficient
view that his for 1981 include Florida which Is generating
made his comments top priorities stated he
The Governor rectional officers. Graham months ago was that we'd seen three the state since April 1, 1908. These
after receiving information that : doesn't want to make any major funds to support our programs. months July,August and September sources have been trying to figure outa
Additional for the education Graham's statements came as
revenue forecasts indicate tax changes in Florida's capital punish- when revenue collections were way to raise revenues In the larger
receipts will rise more than one programs, especially higher pay ment system to cut down on the ever state economists forecast an IncreaseIn below projections' Graham aald. cities and larger counties In Florida.INSULATION.
for public school teachers and university revenues over what had been an-
billion dollars in the next two fiscal growing backlog of Inmates on Death
years starting next July 1. faculty. The Governor and the Row at Florida State Prison. ticipated. Economists in Tallahassee
Several years ago the Legislature other six members of the Cabinet Many of Gov. Graham's programscall for both the governor and Legislature
approved going to two-year budgets want education salaries in Florida to for more money, but he indicated concluded recently that the state will
I he doesn't anticipate seeking an Increase have roughly $1 billion in extra
lIia Wc _
in the state's 4 percent sales revenue to spend for the next bien-
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OMNI W000.J"
: '.:Jrif;ss41,'s/F9'
'r++M f FarA "l"y"
Announcing the approaching marriageof 7<1 f-

Archie Tanner'_

John E. curies, Jr. 'I
and S Funeral Home

Ms. Dena Boyd in0 ; '
Archie M. Tanker

at starke woman's Club HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE.
201 N. walnut street


John and E. curies < ON HEATING COLD t HEAT | 964-6956' I ON COOLING

Ms. Dena Boydto ftft Complete Modern Facilities g I. DEAN CASSELS I INSULATION cJ::?
ftft 964-6767 4 SIARKE
attend ftft Hwy 301 S.

NMI no

The wedding party will continueto

Bobby's Hide-A-way ftft JEAGLElCarton:

Highway 301, Starke

after the ceremonyIf


you wish to Join the ftft ajY' r e go 41 66"OO'a plus se"tax asr

isTS happy couple bring In the

New Year
3? M
9 please call Bobby's Hlde-a-way

9 468-9443 or 9646020for

9 reservations

I 9 .

Off savings' to 25%

Suzuki of Starke would like to take .200/0 ,

: ;:,-"'?this'tlimto' ,wish all our many A j; MPOBTEp. PERSONAL: CARE ITEMS' ."
; I gJto :'a'tfap t'N votYear FIGURINES t, 1' 4.70TO 11.90'
at 1.95 To5.55
'ETA.S.4! ToLOS ..... -
LlMITEO cu"tnlT1EI

% u savings O

off to o


BOXES 9.88TC39.88



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25 / off WERE T3ys O.OOroO.DD} WERE os.eAND

PORCELAIN CURIOS CIKWM m Sir"Tpift v me oMrioMra.
Off Mickey MOUM b. /
Especially when you're on one of SuzukI's FLOWERS a VMwrnr.l P eMa e, law f P/.no/ OAF
]little performers! UNDER GLASS Lnd morel

For dashing to and fro. our FZ-50 1.47ro2.91 1 .
'and FA.50 motorbikes and FS-50
the to !sm T0.1. e e
scooter are definitely way go. WERE

r ..
In the dirt.Suzuki' ..
?: little RM motocrossers 4tm. .
will have your little racers leapingfor ....
joy And.our DS playbikes
make off-road riding fun for the .. r
whole family. r 0
.j 4.

O Suzukl'sTSline '. rl1 ...00 off .00 off J.
d1; of dual- 49 YOUR CHCMCE! FAMOUS MAKER .
-t purpose bikes offer twice MEWS
20.88 DM s WLACK*
the fun in one bike.They're
me M TO M I
perfect for. beginning dirt or t
street riders. Maws HSjAHUNQUNCO 9.88 fao
Put SuzukI's little CORDUROY FOR gR.001 jl I
performers on your JACKET OR -
Christmas list.You'llGoCarts WMTEKNDKNIM e !
see what fun it is a l -,
to ride.1Suzuki'S
3 Models save

1 03 off
Little Performers. \ p DftCS*HMTf. aFA.INON
4 M Maus _N'*

10% Down, .Financing Available LIN ", LONG'4.67 IL Jflrof

Suzuki of Starke .IIOV..LONCII8HOftT '
74 wens .....WII NDLTN & airoaril

Ilq 30" 8. 9646020e" e I w 2,96 ,w .j

. --. .-. .........- ..._.. VKKS: "MU"44.0 COUGH 4.._._ :
MIXTUM I &.WAS ar.H :!
y s MEAD a$NO11L0Eft CO5OI1 CMt10 -r \
+' SHAMPOO e. :'
....: rODIATRIC SURGERY 3.00 off I 1 .0Yoff
"ItIjy f, A FAMOU MAKER laws
# Announces the.opening_ of his office l SPORT COATI LONG eu.wNIC w yreu r, 1
." FOR MEN PSINT ..:0 CQtGATa 700TNPASTa s ee ..yf
:i .1 for. thfSurgical ... .
Medical\ M 12.88 tAAAt.Ox tae.. -.,
arid Treatment of '
: we"- AiN1 W"AS&ax, .
I .
uWss ..::0.i4; r .n' -0 0e. 28 Cln..d e
Y Foot Disorders 'PHYSICIANS PLAZA CMI_ ldue.' eaMw I K

;(90-4\ ,, ,. StilT 200 ,tj .<.I.' I..... C .( ) NvII\iU! STARKE KEYSTONE H,*t .
1726060 M',L 'r hiJ ..c. N''. ',''fO.f1I': ; : Hwy. 21 *, 100 '
Madison St. .
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Has Ski Trip Still } 17 t f OngoingtOeroge I Union;(\'County\/Ads; ':;' ',:

OpeningsSpots .... l land I w "

Brondl new M., I warden'. :FOR RENT FOR SALE :: INSURANCE

are still available for the ski trip to North leather b.bts by Fry.$" .:, i

Carolina the Starke and Macclenny Recreation (Value$73.00). 9'kit 'MOBILE 'MAINU INSURANCE AOINf -

Department have planned for February.The 'd' toddy bear.. $S;. bob) HOMM for ,rent In lake CVi 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake

dressing table,' $10; Bran Butler. Clean park.' avad ornci 'AND' SCHOOL'IUI', Butler. 496-3978. Complete

trip to the Blowing Rock slopes in the Appalachian name golf balls. 3/$1.0O read, 1 mile to,School I orsawmill. mil. OlFTSiSeo UnionCounty Insurance/ Servke.JFN. '

Mountains will be the weekend of Feb. ,' clothing. 10* ea All central H/A., Times open/' Man

Miscellaneous. $ "0-110 month. day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m.
13-17 with the group leaving Friday night Feb 13, per

arriving on Saturday, skiing Saturday through Mon- The Bradford County Itchg 12/25 964.8329 496.3299.Reference 12/16 required.4tchg 1/6.Call closed to S ,p.m.Thursday, Wednesday and Friday FOR YOUR
the 17th. .
Feb 14-16 and
day, returning on { 6:30 a.m. fill noon. REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN

14 people can be taken from Starke said Rec. Telegraph KICK HOMIt on 1.2 oc,... :3 UNION COUNTY

Director Cheryl Godwin with nine already having PERSONAL bedroom 2 bath Residential

signed UD r fireplace, carpeted. 1.8OO .Acreage

Clip & Send in Send S9.00 today SERVICES .". feet living area. Commercial
A deposit of$60 is due by December 30 to reservea AAA REAL ESTATE 50000. Breaker. 465-1474. Call!
spot. That pays for the rooms (3 and 4 bedroom _.... .. n_" ...._... n. .. SERVICE OFFERS CUSTOM MADI 10/9 TFN.PIREWOODs. Venercr'rownIIIt..Anocla'
condominiums with kitchens).The bus fare of$52.65 DAPIIIIICirraoestimate $3' pickup .

must be paid by January 31. Local' truck lead for oak. and $40a
Additional charges for ski rental and a lift ticket NAME J/2 w/IS acreProvidence distributor for completely pickup. truck load for 496-3022

are$20 per day, or$60 for the 3 days, with paymentat 3/'\ new lilting.41H washable nationally pine.Tree service and yard TIHIn/ and Owens, Inc.

the ski site. The total cost of 172.65 does not include ADDRESS near Rallord advertised/ GardiettePraperle work. Call Thomas Nettle Realtor

groceries. Food can be brought to cook. 3/2 w/pool ft acreage *. SW Enter 4ee7M anytime. 11/27
CITY STATE! ZIP 3/1 Show Addition. prises. Ed or Lama TPN. Riverfront I River access
3/1V4 CHA. Stephen 4962219. I BAKER LP OAS /IMC.t Hwy. loh.Ham..

3/2 lake view 9/I/80TFN. 121 and 110. Family owned ..". lots

3/1 brick owner financed CUSTOM TRACTOR WORKS and operated. W. deliver Meat Processing Plant

Cost on News stand Acreage 10.520 acre, Narrowing mowing and cylinder and bulk"gas. W. tog FormDifferent

11 year at .25 per week) 13.00 Send TO: Notary lerviceJohn blade' work. Phone rent tank or fill yours. W. shed Acreagei I
WANTED 496-2773 or 7823029. strive to give better service 4 acre let In town 1\\

11/13 TFN. and price Phone Mobil. home ft 3'/ acres I
Special SAVE...Save..Save 4.00 Langlord Jr. REDUCE SAM AND PASTS 239-6810 In Macclenny: In town

Truck Driver Bradford County TelegraphCost Realtor Associate with Go... Tablet and 282-4097 In MlddUburg; 26 ecre-lovely homeslte

to you ..... 9.00 P.O. Drawer A 4943114Want E-Vap "water pilli" Andrew 786-4731 In Jacksonville. and farmland/

Starker Florida 32091in Drugi-MS W. Main. 4tpd 12/11 12/18 12/25 tin I
10-Wheel Dump Truck
2tpd 12/18 12/25. I/I. II.

Experienced only Bradford county AnN: Circulation Ads I.

Send MO.OO for Out of

CARDlli 964-675O BROS. County Subscription Get Results... *-11 Keystone Area Ads: #* :


TWO ACRES near SR-100 FOR GOLD, sterling,

near Keystone Height' jewelry diamonds, coins.
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE $300 down $66.84 per Remodeling work kitchen Will visit your home

month. Phone 473-4058 or cabinet and trim anywhere 3765235. Mr.

473-4367 after 6 p.m. carpenter. Reasonable Rlttman. Phone collect

tfnchg 11/20 prices. Call Ed Dempsey at tfnchg 12/4
LAKE LOTS AND ACRf ACIKeytone .. WE BUY used furniture

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST 4732477. tfnchg 12/4 appliance
Height owner ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS and aluminum
financed 10 In.
percent Closed meetings Monday 8 truck topper Phone
t.,.... lot on clear, and 4734521. tfnchg 10/16
Open meeting, Fri.
bottomed lake, priced to day 8 Alanon Monday

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN sell from 9900. On. to 8 p.m.p.m.Alateen Monday 7 Advertise! in the

five acre..v.Iklnglak. p.m. All meetings In Classified Section
available with
(octet ) Educational' Building, Com
nice tree from $3,900,

CLASSIFIED SECTION. $100 Commercial down. $50 frontage--a month.. munity 12/... Church. tfnchg HuntleyRedfearn's!

and wallpapering.Phone .
SR-21 N. Owner-talesman.
4732477. tfnchg 2 R ICES
473-4375 rfnchg 12/4 12/4 .

Shop The Sun's Classified section AKC quality DOBIRMANS-Top to only.visit our You kennelt.are Invited PLUMBING Teague REPAIRS Plumbing..-Larry 473-4340 or

4751513. tfnchg 3/21
4751228. ,473.4252Repairs

every day for great shopping :values. FIVE tfnchg WACHEMEISTER ACRcS-FOREST 12/4 DOBERMAN HillS. fireplace WORK-bulld, addition patio, Electric Appliances Of Major

remodeling, home and
$900 down. $108.02 month. Serving Bradford C Cloy
tile work. Free estimates.
Phone 473.2520. Counties
4tpd Phone 473-4473 during dayor
12/18-1/8 787-3906 after/ S Lawrencw Blvd Keystone
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tfnchg 12/'t 1 I Il -
PART-TlrMC. Petition" for Doc Sense&II"'no.-/ .ractor ." R1ENCED.. .lake Geneva. l WILL CAR FOR YOUR UXj
Aft tor _.... In.."..nca and book Mua ."01O.. JMW
keeping' MMflewc nac....... "'----Rti//nave puma x110 J ;,. CHrM, 1,,,/jtYIloii-,,)! ,]". t-110lfSBgFOl2 SA1k'7
mafura -IfIlIi--- A 100 ft 436 ft. loll
Mutt ba paraon 377-aa C.II3n-tml7 __ t' iWAITRESSWa11 x the day or after school./ BY OWNER

r: VaporCOOKS IO S-O month pxparlonco Restricted for 1850 tq It. Fenced back yard. Phone
.neM. Gravev.r0 SKIN1IpmLune" and dins ..v.1't' you *. Or..t 29R, 1 1 Bam, brick home on
avantna f- *
Remitina_''v .......3IDm, Sorry'h aMa. fot an ....utMcriptionrat --._ice? ,lp....'*..y'VOUNO .. minimum building, site in Kathy 4732898. 2tchg quiet road rear ot golf course,
.NOM, 'OO5NW'_ ., JOB OUI p".>>7_. .!too GUID..>> Bradford County BINGO-AMERICAN LEGION With deeded lake Kcest second -,'

VENDING: ROUTE PERSON BXPANDINO/ Roo/ HALL. SR-21, Sa,. 7 p.m.. bath roughed 'In Haute
Oaln..au. Araa Salary, plus; PARTTMERKKIWDUB1KHHour ) Es/a0 firm nut* sales e.kxM.0s ha spaclaous' eat-In kitchen'
On.oull'.tl7c77 *naooflabla. 75S"1: :for Intarvlaw. CLYDE W. Sunday. 2.5 p.m. Public Invited wltn appliances Including self
r8' ..
CallLlltni*_pt_46a-IT22 or" Koatty :yr-t44 tfnchg 1/1/81
deanoven and tide By tide
007 Part tlma. far wait Minister raoulretd. Plaaaant Rural outraacti program of VolMeat waskirt to fit ptmo-
[ Pr* mbvtarlan Ctiurcn. tend rauwnaa working, conditions, private untaar aoancy. Must hava.;denChore. Apply In person San- A CO REALTOR FOR RENT no-wax flooring In kltcnen
to: Oot. PUKO Sun pawON1u- Call Bddla 97tVnoi for live aMparfaneo/ community 6om.; 4MQ NW 13th St. Roomy living' ,room laundry
K A, QatrxMvlllaFI J26OT rmRVi.w. NO pnon call. .
arvlca' w tft car :3n-ao Plaa19POMONZA room off kitchen w/w carpet
35...*... 24 hrs. 1 BR FURNISHED lake cot C/H wltn CIA hook-up

G'vlll. 377-7996 24 hrs.Starke. tage. S225 month. available one car carport and
tnrk. per utility shed Beautiful large oak
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY tree on shady lot. Phone
REALTOR 4712837.
.73 .961

'71 Dodo Colt 4 cvMnd.tr, l.in- 'SO TOVOTA COROLLA '
ssoo aooity I tap oar payment*. lard transmission, aOOd "Ir.. AM PM, 1 ..padacaNM f:. .
Mcallvnt condition. vary .conuns_ .7f5. 5,55,0, Motors a cond.tlon. saCr111Ca far Quick Ads ::f ;\
-.. .' CaHaaS4A3aftar 5:3O1V77 G.,....Nigh' 1M.......4363341. MI..54,000. ..-,_. .
NOVA 6 c.,. power staid15500000E DIPLOMAT low TOYOTA
rlno/brik...radio' ,vry cortomlc LOADED >uto n.trc mir iJ.woMs ...,_
l lr good condition. .2.. Norhw1.
.0.'I.'I.'r: .
97O-IW.fwdtmt / : food a. univ. 377-1/3. .

173 VEDA ftteitlonwaoon, 4 cvGOOD, ON. OWNER CAR 174 TRIUMPH TMaV 1 ownar A* FOR RENT FOR RENT WANTED H7''
'nde', utom.flc., Runs ooodSW 77 Ford Oran Torino, alt" 1 tendlionr./ / AM/PM c.0. .*-
Artttur Motors ... .r.o.. "_inp brakes oood ncromo ..._. ...... IRw too and tlra. p7OQO '
HiOhSorlno' *.454-3341. 5015. '1$_. miles_. .55755. Call 375V3a47 PALMS APARTMENTS "
MANOR Furnished GOOD PRICES PAID for used
77 CbevvmP 1a-1 Owner. CONVENTIBLE-1971 sluices 1977 GRANADA "'.ck. 7 door '77 MOB, _It.. AM-PM caltarnator. *- efficiencies' and 1
puff t c.)l ft* ordu* AM/FM, Power N-sr sport avtorna/C -,Wessels,rack. New.adl'a/St/ HOMI PARK mobile home nubile homes "if mortgageIs
tlon oi"I I N w inKMctlon tUctttw. =:,;", Sir. Va. runs good: =c.r-n/ Condition: IoW =-v a .. tlMcallantAwnlnq and for Phone BR opt., weekly or mon 3/4 paid or more. CHIN S
fit eels takes II. McDonoidaivntA or .t condition.new canoes a1W miNes.. Amino 33700. 3756512. Condil/on must setCall spaces rent. thly. NEW FURNISHED
.Bay, 1II 9W 1 ftt 37S2U7antvnna 52.000,463.5.0. (local) stud-U fcaap trying Student30753501, itlldMlt-: 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING MOBILE HOME SALES
and STUDIOS monthly only. 9645606. Open 7r day
sleepIng -
2313 N. Temple. Starke. c'-, *
weekly. TFchg
room TV and Air, I'
Underwood Motel 3 mile TFchg WANTED Mobil. home ax,:'rI.
North of Starke and tire pick up.OlINS
on Hwy
apartment, pool. TV. AC MOBILE HOME

CULlrOAN 301. 10/9 tnchg fully automatic utilities Included. Totally SALES 964.5606. Open 7

lurnlshed. Weekly mon day a week. TFchg
conditioner $375
water ,
per mo. Installation extra, 880 N. Temple Ave.,
limited offer. 9647638. liver, sterling, dental

THU NAMMOCK: weeded V2MON8W1 OBCOitATCO12Ka4 3... 155_..Gu"'m.c' tfnchg 10/23. Starke. Phone 9647357. "gold CF scrap jewelry,op.
.', and corner 1.1t. .l......, Cant air A. h-a 7 barn and klrtlnp.. .._. 9/20 TFcha. tical frames, etc. J.R. BullIngton -
lox fIn.nee, '1J OOO balance03,650., Afao.tondlflon 125 10. .c..ni Owner nnanclno avpllaot. *. Call OFFICES January rent 964.6250
Owner on..,lout. Call 3praallolout........ 37541644. 77"117.. 37-faP aftar s p,m. free. Ample parking. Corner TFchg
WANTED Used teal both
TNa MEADOWS ...'0.. fk PM8COOM! t aR *pill SMONTNSNEW14X7hors. t ol Laura St.: R Hwy 100
noignborMO plan, wall to wall, car 0-tlna. Fvrnlnad. Central ks.NOlr. SBM e mechanics and carpenters.
: Slorke. 4732735. 11/13
/loud'I In ass. NW7 St. Slop* cantral /-.1, Moarat* kltclv, 3 bail, caroatad. A.*um* HELP Phone 964.8331 or
lno to c "511,000.37S-n 5furttatitnfor err sets 307Y75.r1M5. iCToyniMmmpaymantalSMaoiOA tfnchgCOMFORTAMI..
1O 4681551. 9/11tnchg
TWO ACRas In the at 12x45 PAHKWOOD: 9 Bit, can- PLACE TO 060/55 OTFMA CLEAN.fun WANTED
Ha ,. subdlVLlan, 'd""r..WNal alr/ttaat, ,well-tawall Carpet, tilt two bedroom,Iwo batn III...... WANTED Mobile Home Axle
vises, N .c.. lot.st.oo Call for utliltv'' >ad. ._Ino. new porchBxcallont 'n NW. ...._ 001601 s a 0- apartment *. Paying the best price
HOME need full-
_. .. with
rT.atlon.J77 1362 condition. .7900. V Sulkier Inc. 371363v Separate building
/for condition axles.
Villa Lat Piaoor37a-y 5012M41 time LPN or RN nurse for good
..... A/C and carpet. Single "
A BV OWNER" SPBCIAL til,OOO A SNORT WALK the law '9648331.' 9/11 3
.... ".,2 shift. Call 9646220. tnchg
t Bit Inpark
REGAL *atup .t/q5-/ Over ine ft Central
1 5r::::',1Ui5rtTTesn.m. 2a; *..,...... now carpat, new ax haat. 4 BA 3 baths and13M4VJJ' person preferred. 10/9 (SOFT DRINK BOXi In
a Ns oaraoa NW drapa*. "* 9646752. 12/4 Hn. tnchgSEWING Could''
uodlyl f
ROUmOWNE o/dmals CON1.r.G1I373.312S $34.1IK: 118/uKTIK.SynNa.!: working condition.
llvlno .ion.*..000x173-lies. .rtor Moma :r : a7277S.N ,; COZY :2 BR. 1BA COTTAGE MACHINE
11IlCIllLpl ea In noon1. Alwehu-CwntV.' Ina. be Coke or Pepsi any
,kedp v pn111 / pppastyiv ex3s 171 3 R. 3 bam 12100. carbMW.SOO. .., ptly furn. Janet M. Starl OPERATORSi 8 needed. Experienced .
,. kit POUlPOod
f N M 'or .. Ir. 3 waf name brand: 964-6305.
1O.'h. .
Doapl 30w1 aY111Nr6. .
",.. IM. C6Oditi WII/h shod. In 'ac.oryn-
sow .Iar. tern. MN_ _cto ing. Realtor 782-3931. tfn '
Ina.371-Ias2 ...
475-119. an bus 1155 In C UnIuro 12/11 I....
nl_, .. 500. Call 3rV717Sat. =; :!==. 37 12/11. dustrial tewing. Fulltime CASH AVAILABLE NOWt for
1 SR. I BA. NOME Jonet M. 40 hour week. Do not apply '
'oil, gold and silver class
Starling Realtor 787-3931. unless you work 40). )
12/11 IfnKEYSTONE hour Apply In person.Starke rings; sterling wedding ?
Uniform 441 East band: .etc.. Sta,". Gold ,
HEIGHTS 3 Bit, 2 ,
'and Silver Exchange 'j
BA Home. No pet. Closeto rownlee Street. 12/11
64-B223. '
school. $100 security tfnchg. 'Itpd 12/25.: "

deposit. 4734309. 12/1 R CAREER DISTURBEOTFIrat '

GREAT ..ISTMASOim Onlv Only/ Mm-SWn. 301.S.. P/REW000 C".A, SW ....... 2lpd 12/25. year benefits can Include DIVORCE! *SOaa
.51 Comp .,* alff at baby .Gads. is'."..n, .v-. cord .v." _, HI Iee couch SMAll COTTAOItonKlngiley tree training car Inuronco -. conceited uncontested, abandoned :.
lawman's Country faurant atlarro, meat slicer., ma*a*two tSB -10. III.era substantial wim/wimout/ children
G Parkingot.:;r.v-: In, =:../.. etc. 3433 NW 17 ft. 43rd StOarrv Lake. AvailableJan. earnIngs

y:outs Only-AM In..l. ....,_stria" c. BabyaTmafarnltv tttl locket, down, alia I thru May I. Deposit" paid trips. H you are- ry01kNORTN own HOMO ruing eel.. ..

TO READ' Faparbacka _.,. sew mvchlna. ..,... ravarsftola. SM. J/M71 required. No pet. Call willing to work..coll Dec IKMTAHIAL :
t.K. I or 1 for l plu* 2M.V tweewr1 ear-OwraM : 771.47 aftarf 26 4 6 9647667. Call Between '
sells r Oalnavllla, Shop- :. : 5332366. 12/35 2tchg pm. I p m.
.no Center.. N* MalnSt' .r...."7. OAS VLIND"' -""'. *t.a. US 01/01 Itchg 12/25 end 9pm.RENTACULLIGAN.
Shldorlls ........_, FIRnllure., far pair fval oil tank. SO pal.
LOT Ol STUFF el k... .....ear-. ..__ abortion, 6-//I ..-. SMr cfWiS7* skates.
._.. cloth*. (I......". n'cmuc" more.nets. Mturdsv, "" 'v. like" Now elm 13 220. 374.40 .. -
.na NW jvth Terre MfwSAM tl3PM./ 1106 NW 55 T....
dayanly.. 10am till t GATOR. : ,
SUNDAY ONUVI Artificial x- U pa tor CH..nMA1HE..D. -
Mirror. plmachina <-t anawarlnaictaptton ma* .,... arn.-'.. portabt **O* _/ ,,,'
CO.O'AL set $10, Jarenfon df *. tap redanw.ehwr/ biro cap, ...n.. pood _r". ..../lS **1vtajtimm -
awes, 614, mNn111o/ t ;IoM ........... w.il ..**.. .... ..,.. A rover worn. Small alia* "" 'v. pr ban= bow. CALL $
563 CR radio NM W. Mt..4019 N Wier/ OAV. jya-arai attar i: opoI >. ,
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.iu1t m chantcal for SU,u/ves '
a'.. pM'aaia' charcoal coottar MOMLBV VOLUMS ".O"L. MARS 17X6TENT.. 11Ky aNd 'W4XSL,0 WAR /1 Wa1N1sr I ono,
I .... :rn....... like. new MO 71:2356.....none _lion.,'25. 37.4.1'10. ,_. all 17..77. '

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Interested in placing: a classified? j Call 964-soft and say:1./.' (Plus FOR i Installation 7 MONTHS) i

Call 372-4222 In Starke "964-817O\ -% ttnTe t e t s .1 : Q m CtII.II1MfM J 1:

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Deadline for Insertion 19*. SENSOR TOUCH ,

: TUESDAY' NOON BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Microwave oven. Has UMEROCKi 20 yd. semi '72 PULPWOOD TRUCKi4 MOBILE HOMES Why pay
preceding Thursday before sharpening service, cir- several power settings, loads only. ALLEN E. chain saw and skldder. IS" TV COLOR CONSOLE more? Buy direct from the !
publication. cular, hand> carbide, defrost cycle, meat probe, TAYLOR, lawtey. Phone $4350. Call 964-6780 between Walnut flnlih. Under war factory. Large selection ol Q
Minimum charge $3.so. chain, mower blade hollow large ... Full factory 782-3172.12/4 tlchg. 7 am and 1 pm. Must ranty. Pay off balance due 12' 14' and double widas. : REALTY
Covers ground and balanced.Leave warranty. Left In layaway. because of sickness $197.10 cash fake ar.
( 13 Words). MAYs Highly fertilised.ArgentlnoBahla sell In or overpayments COMMUNITY MOBILE '
Each word over 15 at Jackson Building Party left area.' Assume (no rain). family. Itchg 12/25 of $20.OO per HOME SALES. US 301
Supply' Starke, Keystone payments of S19.0O per / WELL PUMPlOna month. White' u-j .7776
!lOcents Lake Butler. J.M. Edwards. Call SHALLOW Sewing and North. Open 9 to dusk. I to PHONE ," i
Height or White and
month. Sewing ,
94-5379. half h.p.: completely Appliance Center 3527
; Not'resposibla for arrorawhen TFchg 3527 12"tchg. 6 on Sunday. Phone 205 N. I i
Appliance Center. 12/25. rebuilt (never used since S.W. Archer Rood Archer T..WILLiGAI Temple. Starke
: given over the phone ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS S.W. Archer Rood Archer HOUSEHOLD LIQUIDATION being rebuilt.) Call Square Plan Gainesville 964-8741.615 TFN. ...., 't.
: or when copy Is not typed BALE OR LEASE I
Plaid, Gainesville"' Keystone
and Square SAUl EVERYTHING MUST 533.2366. 12/25: 2lchg Phone 3764466. Itchg Wayne E.Douglas a Brok.r-Sslesman
brought to the office. Phone 964-9148 or 9647619. phone 3764466. 12/25 12/25. Heights. 3 BR home with I
GOI Home workshop. accessories 01/01 Telephone. *M4-eS I
,j J <:I TFchg Itchg. (Includes supplies SHOTOUNtRemlngton_ gas RABBITS Give your child or fireplace on A ova lake i
REMODELING, BUILDING TRUCK TOPPERS. '1". IN- for sheet metalwork operated; automatic: 12 loved one a pet for frontage. 30x40 CB garage
REPAIRS New kitchens, STALLEDI Has full vision ). SPECIAL ITEM:Hand gouge. In good condition. Christmas $3 50 each. Call w/odolnlng[ guest house.
baths family rooms. Brick door and opening side win carved solid wood double Call 533-2366. 12/25 2tchg 7823068. M.D. Craps Sr. For appointment call
block, concrete. Fireplace dows. One year warranty. site bunk beds with bedding 01/01 12/18 2tpd 1225.UNCLAIMED 473-4776 before '00 p.m.
specialists. Grlflls Con Beasley Bargains. $200.00. Call YOUTH SADDLE, $125: Go LAYAWAY 12/4 4tpd 12/25. .A
173 CHEVROLET Station struction. Phone 473-2108 4734521. tfnchg 1211OPPORTUNITIES 473-4776 before 9:00 p.m. Cart.. $125, gas stove. Singer lop model Futura X BR CONCRETE BLOCK
wagon-thro*seatsload or 4732578. TFchg 12/4 4tpd 12/25. 5000. 'Call 964-6153. Zig Zag sewing machine. HOME Completely fur
ed clean. 70000. 212 SEWING MACHINES FIREWOOD. Oak and Pin., Itchg 12/25 Stretch stitches, darns nished. Owner will
Redgrave St. Call 964-S3I8 REPAIRED oiled All makescleaned ad- $35.Oft lighter $45.00 per NEW AND USED FURNITURE blind hams, automatic finance. Call 9648361 or
or 9648788. 12tin.. LWB pick-up truckload. and' appliances. Porch bobbin winder etc. Party 9647372. 12/11 3tpd
NO JOKE Earn good
$15. Workguaranteed.
lusted. moneyat
.'1977 fiAT 124t Standard Call 9647769. 12/4 4tchg rocker BARGAIN left area. Originally sold 12/25.
home. Full time.
transmission, 2-door. If In. JamesStrickland or port 12/25. CENTER. US 301 South for 49900. Payoff ,. '0..
tested contact Communi. corner MorganRd. Write AERO Commerce, USED NEWSPAPER 9646679. TFchg balance due 137.00 cash BR Bradford Villas Resent Road Starfce, Fie. A nice place
ty State Bank of Stark. and Hwy 16 TFchg Inc.. P.O. Box 467 Lake ALUMINUM PLATES 34 PLUMBING PIXTURES. windows or payments $11.OO per one acre of land. to live. At prices you can live with. The townhouses offer
9647830. 12/11 tin. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Butler. Fla. 32054. 12/11 36" 25 each. Bradford doors pipes plus month. Under warranty. Highway 16 west. e beautiful, secure maintenance free life style. Charm
17* CHEVY MALIBU Station SERVICIt Pump-outs. 4tpd 1/1/81. County Telegraph 10.000 other Items now at White Sewing Center. 3527 900000. 2000.00 down. comfort end quality describe the 2BR I'/t B brick veneer
Residential commercialand Owner will finance 10%.
Wagon. Automatic 964-6305. rinM Bargain Canter US 301 S.W. Archer Rood. Archer heroes which feature Great Room efficient kitchen
transmission air conditioned Industrial. Fully licens YARD SALE GALLON INK DRUMS South Starke. TFchg Square Plaza Gainesville."' For information call cabinets end closets galore..super .n.rlll.a'nl' In.ul.

AM/FM. If Interested MOTORCYCLE ed. Phone 964.8121.REPAIRS TFchg Factory Perfect for trash barrels, 1 ACRE LOT FOR SALSi Phone 3764466. Itchg 9647374. 12/18: 2tpd tlon..Cash In on our pr.-construction 'rIc.....Your
contact Community State trained mechanics. $5.00 each. Bradford CourtTelegraph. Garage water, sewer and 12/25. 12/25. townhouse con .be customized to suit your Individuality.
Bank of Starke 9647830. YARD SALE Lots ol clothing. tv 9646305. elect. 7 mi. NW of Starka
Model Is NOW. Shown
reedy by
appointment only.
US-301 South, 9646020. QUILTS 9647323.
12/11 tfn. Some furniture and Ifn. en SR 229. Whispering Geiger Classified Ads
1977 CHEVY CHEVELlIi Two- 5/29 TFchg) S.BOOKKEEPING. housewares. 3 miles southof WINDOWS WAREHOUSE Pines Estate Lot No. 28. Rd. (S E. 1st Street). 12/16 gels results Prices start et S33.40O. Some options available for your

door; power steer SERVICE!all 9 Stark. an 301 next to LADDERS. S gal. cans 11/13 tfnchg. 2tpd 12/25. I two full baths a fireplace' screened porch end even I
ing/power brakes: air con. years experience In Siesta Motel tfn 1211.BOATS : asphalt roof coatlng-$7.00: larger rooms H you sa desire.
dition. If Interested contact phases Including taxes andgovernment cases of 6 one-gallon cans "" BOND MONEY IVi% will not last forever- Looks better

Community State Bonk 473.7075 alter 3 P.M.forms.7/3 for $8. 9646679. Bargain FILL a UMERD8K ell the time. for those that can auollfyISPECIALS
of Slarke 9647830. 12/11 Center. 12/11 tfn.'
tin. tfchg TRUCK TOPPERS. $19. IN.STALLEDI Eastwood Dr. 1 BR X B. panel carpet 30000. Reduced
Standard KEENS TREE SURGEON, c *Now brick BR 28 100 ft. CHB.A. In
1977 HONDAS III FT. GLASTRON BOAT 223 Has full vision DOZER WORK sq. city.
Trimming removal 14
radio and air yrs. *607 Milton Terrece-neerly extras-$31,000.
transmission door and side window new-many
experience. Have 55 ft. hp. V-hull. Vinyl' top and
conditioned. If Interested bucket. Free estimates./ many deluxe accessories. *. One year warranty. Septic Tank Installations ..> HANDY MAN SPECIALS
contact Community State Phone 782-3733. 9/25tnchg Just like newt' Call Beasley' Bargains. '. JBR A I acre WIlMn Road reduced 13500.
Bank ol. Stark. 9647830.
BARNES CARPET CLEANING Gainesville 3763619. TFN. 4734521. tfnchg 12/11. 6O6' W. Adklns-House a SO x 100' lot 12500.
12/11 tfn. Shampooing and extrac CORRECTCRAFTl Martinique BUUSi Two registered pure CARDIN BRas. .621 W. Adklns BR-cerporl-fenced 18000.
1963 FALCON 2-door. Good bred. One-Angus One
condition. $600 or beet of lion. Living room dining Inboard with troller and Hereford. James Goskins.. CALL: PREFERRED PROPERTIES
fer. Call 964-8612 alter 5 room and hall. $29.95. more. Must see to appreciate. 966.8356.12/18 tfn. *,1.... 38 Edward. Rd. Has everything, "'.900.

p.m. 12/18: tin. 12664460. 10/23 tin 6500. Call PAPER SHELL PECAN*!.80 964-6750 *Crystal Lake ho..It.. .-,... FP, guest house.S3I.OOO.
WE BUY GOLD. Cash the
IfBO FIOO-117" SHORT spot. Williams Jewelry on 9647682. 12/18 2tchg cents per Id. ..Vernon Red Steve Cardin: Owner 16 Ac. Brewnlee Rd. Col. home. barn stream 164500.
WHEEL Bate Pickup 300 100 E. Coll St. 9647064. 12/25. dish. 964-6530. tfn 11/27 Beautiful lake Geneve 300" .beach 4 homes-Own.. fin.
six 4 sped overdrive.Knit 10/16 tfrxhg *404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely furn. epts. Owner fin.
seat Gauges- Power CASH FOR GOLD sterling *Home A I acres In Breaker $51,600

Steering Sport Wheel coins, A-Z Pawn Shop. 144 1261 Johns Drive, swimming pool, thirties.
CO"..s Folding Seat Back W. Call St. Phone 964-8348 *Home wklhp,Rd.lOOW BR, CHBA FP. patio $39.500.
Release AM Radio Step 11/13 Ifnchg. *3 IR 1 21 Ranch CUBA 12A: for garden.Rd.22S-$61.

Bumper .19 mpg city 25 END MONEY WORRIES MAKE'FER I2S yr. old hemazHCI.: ... ft.). Hampton B 3 Ac-$3*.SOO
mpg hwy WSW Radials Legal. Send addressed ACREAGE
Brand New 1980 S999S.00
plus tax. Terwlllegor stomped; envelope fordetails 2.SA-S235 septic well, pump elec.pole, portable .h.....
I .
book. Write:
Motors. 206 W. Madison 40 acres across road from Bedford lake $101.000.
9647200.: Itch. Roy Route 1. Box 471, I '20 .C.... Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed.
Bokedlca 33922. '43 Ac. Lewtey .formerly "" Skin Lod"." $40.000
1980 M50-W long Wheel :' eree
'pel )225"HUBCAPS ::::
....t. .y.B.I"yf. Speed I Ii I2/1.1 AND' USED TIER ; '".78 Acres Rd. X>A a Wilson Rd. 11700.
salon '40 Acres S40.0OO 8% Interest-Owner fin.
i Trans I Knit SeatGouges Hampton
and Old Moose
$5.00 (
up. .
AN'O 54 ee..e-I' 100 will finance.ri3 .
Power Steering Lodge US301 North.) IV -owner
Power Brakes Western 12/18 4tchg 1/8. acres 301 B Morgan Rd. Owner finance "'000.
Mirrors Cigar LighterSeal GRANDMA NEEDS BABYSITTINOt .'6.16 acres CrrHls Loop-timber-awn. fin. $10,500.
Back Release Tie Especially New .'$.' acres near Presbyt.Church 8. ho.plta'-mak. offer.

.Down Hooks Step Bumper. Year's Eve 1 I Any age any LOTS FOR INVESTMENT
Brand New 1980 time. Prefer my home. 7 Trailer lots Brawnlee' Rd..20% dn.per.,. $4.000.
599500. Terwl.legarMotor. Neat and clean. Call ''ISffxISO" commercial.. 301-owner fin. 33000.
in the Home
206 W. Medium For Those who are
964-6362. 12/18
9647200.: Itch. 2tchg Country Club lot 1W x :33'-nke location-$10.OOO.
12/25. Hampton Oaks Let IK. trees, owner financed-$7.BOO.
190 MOO 133" LONG
WHEEL BASE 302V8AutomaticTransmits CHAIN LINK FENCE Install Market Call us on the details on the Busy Call B Water St. let 214' x 86' Owner fin. SI9.80O.
ed. Handy
Free estimates.
i Cell St. commercial lot Off x IW Owner fin. $'.900.
Won Fence Co. 964-8959.
TFchg models belowSome
Seat Gauges Power REPAIR! Call w 750 W. Madison former Mobil sto-S2S.OOO. '

Steering Power Brakes the Office Shop. 110 W. I for no money down W419 S. Walnut New. large. warehouse-S82.SOO.
Cigar Lighter Deluxe Call St., Storke, for details, I Great property across from Holiday Inn- ".-- al-
Wheel' Covers Box Rails 9645764. On.SOOKKEEPINGs. I Stare a African 301-good potential PAIR
Brand New 1980 for small w 7000 sq. H. CB bldg on Rd. I4E Owner fin.
,$5993.00. Terwlllegor businesses. Give us your I T Hornecommer.) a cottage en Madison St. Owner fin.I I Ia'
motors 206 W. Madison headaches. Call 964."89 IS O mo. Income lour, fun rentals-Coll A bay SS.000.
9647200.: Itch
or 964-3648 s Large apt. complex en 301. good cash flow own. fin.
GOLD SILVER wed- Realtor A..aclot.-Alt.r Hours
Wheel Bate 2300 cc I .
Engine AM/FM Stereo ding bond. dental gold f Gerri Lennon- "_ "-3140.
,Step Bumper c 4-ipeed sterling, etc., Starke Gold I Byron Terwlllegar.964.7776 Martha Dorke, 72-3397
Transmission Bed LinerTotnmeou A and Silver Exchange, next to c Anne Terwlllegsr Nelson 475-1677 Solly Kllllon,4M-2M5

Cover 14.000 Piggly Wlggly.' Starke. Itpd q'. r zr_
Ter- 12/25
miles 509500. i
Motors. 206 W.
Madison 9647200.: Itch I I.c

Wheel Base 2300 cc RECOVERY Ii
Engine AM Radio > / 984-6372
Automatic Trans. Air : ROOM 1

Conditioning Tinted Glass The Recovery Room of / I
Step Bumper Tape Lake City Local Dlit. I
Stripes 24.000 miles Archie Tanner Funeral
Roofing of all types including I
SS095.00. Terwlllegor/ Homo Rol 19
Motors, 206 W. Madison MAI.l757 Stark.FL repairs. I-
964.7200. Itch
1974 MAVERICK 4 DR Free Estimates I Ii

59.000 miles Automatic. .44...44 i Prompt service I
Transmission Power Sampson Lake 5RI 30
Air Conditioning. ----------------I
Tint Glass 199500., .
Terwlllegar Motors.206 W.. MOBILE HOME r .4Court
Madison. 964-7200. Itch INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS S V i M Well

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of Laura St. and Hwy., lOOW, ,Stark: I I per up Stark Fla. '
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23, 1980 '-
RB December ': .
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Public Announcement Camp::Blanding: Hunt ResultsThe

I News .Briefs......... ..'1'' :' '",,.' .. o. N Clay County Tax Collector,'Wayne ""r ,-- hunt count for ta.Lweeli.hllit21eportrd:.: : by landing wildlife
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will receive estimated *' six mule hogs and two
Geiger, pay I '.l blologlnl'Jim Garrison cam to;.'Zt bucks,'a pair of docs
.I i..: ,. ment of 1980 taxes under authority of female,79 cat squirrel.*.,22(oltaqulrrelll3lJull., three rabbit,two ducks,and five
the Property Appraisers Certificate. ; .1.> .
n I snipe< f ala Douglas Bryant, of Lulu;; stating that 1980 tax relief cannot be ?
Careless Driving Bus Misses Turn was not Injured'but damage to. the' certified for collection in time to allow 3,192 hunters patroled the Ulandlng reserve last week Garrison$said.
Ford sedan she was driving wa.' payment prior to January 1, 1981. ; weeks at Blanding up through
Cited in MishapBoth Backs Into CarA estimated 1878 at$600. Collection of the,estimated taxes ; January, Open hunt 4.' season continues. for' two' more ".

drivers were Stare with school bus missed a turn and Both vehicles were going east on IOwensJnlnols will be based on Column 2 of the Property
careless driving by the Police backed up into a car on OwensIllinoisForest Forest Road when the Appraisers notice of proposed
Department after their cars were In- Road off of Douglas Cemetery school bus missed a right turn and property taxes which were mailed out
volved In a traffic accident at the Road 8 miles west of Lake Butler at 3 stopped.The Ford stopped behind the, In November.. This notice must be ,
Bradford Square Shopping Center In p.m. Friday.Dec. 19. school bus and when the bus started to presented with payment of taxes. : pN1W/+
Starke, 200 feet west of US-301 Sun- Paul Douglas Baker, 43, of Lake back up to turn backed Into the Ford, Tax Collectors offices will be open :' EV Y Y?
day, Dec. 21. at 7:54: p.m. Butler was not injured and there was according to the Florida Highway to collect these taxes December 26,
Brenda Dorris of no damage listed,to the 1971 Union Patrol. 27, 29, 30, & 31, from 8:30 a.m.to 4:30:
Gainesville, was not inured but County school bus that he was driving Trooper W.M.Abrams did not Issue p.m. for people wishing to pay these Wyoming with 406,000.FCKES .
damage to the 1875 Pontiac sedan she any citations after investigating'themishap. .. taxes and claim them on their 1980 Income The state with'" the fewest people
Was driving was estimated at 1700. tax return.
Vivian Bennett Adams, 24, of
Starke was not injured but damage to -
the 1969 Ford sedan she was drivingwas
estimated at $600.
The Pontiac was traveling againstthe
traffic and failed to stop or yield.
As a result the Ford struck the Pontiac
In the right side,according to the
Starke Police Department.
Patrolman Richard A. Bennett
cited Ramsey and Adams on the s
careless driving charge. ; I -
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Car Struck

Entering 301A

car entered the highway and was
0 0battery
struck by a passing car on busy e I
US-301 1,000 feet north of Prevatt .
Creek south of Starke,Friday,Dec. 19 2-POUND BOXBORDEN eateierthil. WOODEN
at 3:15 p.m. JEWELRY
Dawn Marie McDowell Roberts, 18, MATCHABELLI ECKERD MEMOREX
of Raiford, was not Injured but ; BOX
damage to the 1975 Ford she was driving BABE AFTERSHAVE
was estimated at 1500. SPRAY COLOGNE CHOCOLATES fabric styleewithrattanor.

John P. Voges,19,a sailor stationedon 'Atoz.Sol.enasolemlnlne. Family-size I box of flashlights,radios! small 60-mlnute blank tapes. & more. Quality-crafted.
1.8-oz.alter shave cologne
USS-Tattnall, was not injuredbut Ideal stocking gin.
the REQ. $15.99
chocolate-covered REG. $3.39 LIMIT 1
REQ. 63' PK.
REQ. $4.60 LIMIT 1 appliances
damage to the 1976 Chevrolet he REQ. $3.75 LIMIT 1

was The driving Ford entered was estimated the highway at$1,800.froma 299 359 %731 1259) 1188

median side road and,the attempted Chevrolet to was cross south-the I jVO'3999

bound on US-301 and struck the Ford,
Bradford County .
according to the -
Sheriff's Department.No . '
citations were listed on the acci- 1
dent report filed by Deputy Sheriff SURE 3-SHELFPLASTIC GENERAL ELECTRIC
Paul Stegall who investigated the ROLL-ON MEN'S BOOKCASE 35-LIQHT MERRY MIDGET
mishap. DEODORANT [ FLANNEL 12"11 12"X 30", LIGHT SET3ft
Price reflects 35*off label. Choice of colors.' \ Indoor/outdoor with
1 5-oz. I: SHIRTS REQ. $18.99 8ln8le Hasher.U L listed,
Brake Failure 6 2 types, ; Choice, of colors A Ej REQ. $4.99
Leads to MishapA I sizes. t EG. $7.99 2 58( :

Starke woman was charged with 599 '
operating a motor vehicle with brakes MYLANTA )- 3-LIGHT
that failed by Starke Police Depart- LIQUID ANTACID CANOOLIER2rt
ment after her car was involved In an 12-oz.Low sodium. \ Windows tlon.I .
accident at the busy intersection of LIMIT 1 + "' HAITIAN bulbs.
US-301 and SR-loo at 11:06 p.m. Friday 159 BASKETS REQ. $3.99
Dec. 19.
Marilyn Vickie Monroe, 24, of MEN'S Your choice BananaPeimSeagrase mix./ .
Starke was not injured and there was SWEATSHIRTS < DecorativecontainerCONTAC .
no damage reported to the 1970 Easy care fabric. for your plants. 18INCHCAPSULES
Chevrolet sedan she was driving. Assorted colors a 10"REG.$4.95 DOOR WREATH
Linda Kay Wilkinson!23, of Lawtey, sizes,RES. $5.99 *
was not injured but damage to the 12-hour cold relief. 34t ( or house decoratlorn v,'
1974 Toyota sedan she was drivingwas Pack of 10. LIMIT 1 itMPw_ *99 12"REG.$5.95 5n PEG. $7.99
estimated at$65.
The Toyota was stopped at the traffic 119 449 j !

light on SR-100 when the Chevrolet 14"REQ.$8.95 MUSICAL ni
failed to stop and struck the Toyota In
the rear, according to the Starke JOSEPH'S 549 CHRISTMAS BELL4ffk
Police Department. ASPIRIN 16-INCH .,
cited Plays 3 carols.
Patrolman A.O. Sharp CHILDREN sACCENT
Monroe on the operating a motor Oy. Batteries not Included.
vehicle with improper equipment 373611avored Y TABLES GOLD HOSPITALITY REG. $9.99tables
charge.The improper equipment was 1 Colorful plastic' accent GLASSWARE
listed as the brakes in the Starke with cane-look
Inserts. Stack bunch Assorted crystal with
Police Department report. 10-INCH
ti or nest them. gold-tone trim.

LADIES'RAZOR FOR !88 PACK i Full color tapered
I OP I 44 candles.REQ.

FLA. THEATRE, 1AQ ByQil.case.With travel LIMIT 1 700 $1.99 PACK

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Loretta Lynn... Regulars magnifying- OIL LAMP HIBACHI CANDLESYour choice.I .

a song that could Assorted slyles. 14"tall.Decorative Cast Iron 2 multi- OF 88 I REQ. $1.19PACK
LIMIT 1 position grids. Adjustable _
break heart is clear-glass lamp.
your us REQ. $5.99 drafts.
the story of her life. (] REQ. S9.99
188 ,
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DUSTING POWDER Holiday designs.
POND'S : REQ. $1.19
5-oz..Scentedpowder/ e SSCI "
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Pita 1-4 players I.:. .. MADNESS WefillMedicaJdprescriptions. \.
against the clock with I The electronic' musical I .
FEMINIQUE 5 challenging games. i matching game. We also h
DOUCHE {w'a REQ. $49 99 +' honor most Insurance I ...a 11 9"t

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Fit 7.00 & 9:10 I p11 j a
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Sat Sm 800, 7:10 &92O DRT white print film, developed and printed..
TWICE THE FILM Get two rolls ol print'
,, I film, for.the price of one Kodacolor or black
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The sVf/tew MIwnt...of.- Q A speed stereo player. Cars animals.\ Batteries. notIncluded. ',, ALARM CLOCK ,
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