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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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from kid visiting him at Starke Western Auto Menday. Mb
there's no doubt the lolly fellow will DA well mp to the rTo Triest Company
tasb Two-year-old Willie Hankenon and five-year-old
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their thought together and told Banta what to give. them.It J ''
came as no surprise that Star Wan Items were the r- 1. A S1.4 million contract was awarded .Approved as substantially completethe Urudlord/ High i-imiiiU-Uxl |UMciir| .
number one requested toys but Santa will have to work onmany "Itk ')1' Monday night. Dec. 18. to Triest $172.ixx> Bradford High cafeteria Tin item will c,..t hiw Ihiin M.Vi' .
other toys, too since requests ranged from a glow .. t.,,'r"". .! Construction Co of Keystone Heights renovation The cafeteria Is expectedto prnUihlv. weld uri'hitivt 1 Stilh>\ Iml
In the dark race set to. doll that burps and laugha. In last ;' f ,; ''to build four new buildings In the open for business when students !<...lIc'\ added. lu'| hi; 1 Ix-en liiuihlo In net
week's Christmas parade picture Carrie Tanner was In C. \ ], 'C :;'I: ; fourth phase of construction at the return to school Jan. 2. The cafeteria M S \1' to work in) thorn f\rn thoughllx ''
Santa's arms not April Joy. Sorry. Carrie. Whoever Is In .( ',, k ,s Bradford-Union Vocational-Technical has been remodeled to operate as! a lirni ix in loon UiiWinu" the IHWSlarko
Santa's arm. It's obvious from the letters below,that San la .....;...;.:' r, Center, here. fut food operation. filv hull Mlorni, ) .It1**
let The Telegraph borrow.tha all children love the big !: ,,;.'it> : i To within -Demanded action by the cant rsclor. VViillH'rUiilvWillhplNtiirdhtlirlnullwIxuxlinn. !
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red fulted t get $1.583.000 :Music and Worth Construction Co. of .
man from the North Pole J \ ciiinniitty Into the prvrhlrroIxti '
: ,4 funds allotted for the project school LiveOak, to finish last minute "punchhat" .ul>....' M: &.;.\\ curl 1 wink. it I1l"III'1 t
board
f yTlt'I members accepted the sugges- items in two building at liuml
>,. /'I',' t: lions of Architect Craig Salley and IWIII
f tl Tom to take i
Supt. Casey out two
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, ." ,)j\; .. -"., '.. "g. back of the- present main, vo-tech, v.t ,
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", { -Also cut was $38,474 In Items which -w
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, 'iI"f\ '' which can be done without such as Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen checks oaf. the broken t-mipllntf Him
r .ttri{ carpeting, some non-porous concrete. Gerald Brown after the slopped train tried to pull uw u> Km MMMI,
Those Items had been grouped as a
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Sewer Improvements SetOn "!, ?;, :: was separate taken deductive out. alternate which .

r' t Only alternate left in. above the
a t, base bid. was $9.524 to put brick eight rt. i ias
Northeast Streets :: feet high around the big shop building
City behind the present vo-tech center. ,
Had that alterante not been Included
the shop would have been metal above a
Sections of the northeast area of phase will include street and drainage The city was awarded the HUD eight feet. The live other new t,
Starke should have better streets and sewer and sidewalk improve grant Oct. 23. with the program, buildings will match existing
sewers by next June after the Starke ments on a number of northeast area headed by recently l hired project buildings.
City Commission awarded a $164,500 streets, and construction Is due to coordinator Linda Day, targeted -If it l '
contract Alachua builder John Hipp begin within 10 days. Work must be specifically for the northeast area of hadn't been for Triesfs bid
for the first phase of construction In completed in 180 days according to the Starke. Lucas laid earlier the you wouldn't" even have this M, r w. i ir
the city's $300.000 HUD Community city's contract with Hipp and a late remainder of the grant money after problem said Contractor Ernest
Development Building Grant. penalty is required for any days the first approximately Triest as the board discussed which
\ exceeding the limit. $100,000,, wi!fhase. Individual alternates leave out. Triest was .I sly ; !
On the recommendation of city Hipp was present at the Tuesday housing({ rehabilitation (*30.000, some $84.ooo low on his base bid. and i wl IMaiWWMM
consulting engineers Don Ruckman Dec. meeting and assured the council renovation of recreation facilities meant without his bid the school:
and Jim Lucas the commission that he would sign the contract and <$50.000), and total administrative board wouldn't have had sufficient f
unanimously l accepted the' bid 'of get to work as soon as possible. The costs ($20.0001. funds to complete the project as

164544.15 from John C Hipp contract must be signed within 10day. 'designed. The cars walled and walntrd. and nulled, until the Irwin slow Ir, h" an to pull j
Construction Equipment Company ., Architect Salley advised that State outover an hour after stopped, allowing thrwr euro headed weal on fall SI, to
the lowest of seven bidders. The first The original bid was $191.103. but Holiday Department of Education regulations pa"..
four Items on the construction project require the board to hold three
list had to be deleted due to a lack of percent of the construction funds in
rterw. funds. The first phase of the grant Deaths Seen contingency or about 28.000 to Crossings blocked over an hour
,sz .. program is. allotted $200.000, and '''recover unforseen expenses. Final
;a "'.g' Lucas said the money went as far as It calculations Monday night showed the
/ could go after engineering admirals TAIXAHASSEK: -. It is'estimated board with about a $34.000 Traffic 'through downtown' Slnrkc rood l Ihc fity working with IxrT in
: tration, and inspection costs. that 28 persons will die in Florida traffic .contingency, Tuesday afternoon was held up more Irjin* to KH the Market: (toad ITOHH- 11
accidents during the 78-hour than an hour at rail crossings over a i inn fhiintu-d! to tit mph.
i Struck from the construction list Christmas holiday period says the. The contract is already signed and two-mile stretch when a train's airline Whrn thi two-milt train flopped.
were sidewalk improvements on Dell, Florida Highway Patrol. Triest is to begin work Immediately. burst and the brake locked Ihiuci nrclrml tram I'n !IOl''rtt to
Keller Jenkins and Estell Streets "Driven face greater 'dangers of Sup! Casey said Wednesday morning. move IhlJl( train. lf| (ho train is not
with a bid d $...200. street and drain vehicle accidents during the month of The contract gives Triest 300 days to The tram with at least I'o ,cars nim'itl in five minute, Howrn .i I"
according to Starke' I'oice! Chief
Monday.Dec.25 December other month of complete construction placing iiuthnrl/rd to issue a citation.
Chestnut St.
improvements on ,
age advise completion In mid-October next Jimmy/ Hoovers blocked all major rail After
with a bid of 10500. drainage the year. Colonel Eldrige year. tin hour long warch produced
Florida with Beach director of the Patrol. "Let the crossings except Market Hood for thf locution of the leak it look ten to
St.
on a
MERRYCNRISTMA9LTueodey : Improvements spirit of Christmas extend to your Casey said the 38.625 square feet of easl-west traffic when the air lint fiftwn minuiex' for pressure to build
bldoU9.1l3. and street improvements
and walking. being construction will make the vo- broke at about I p.m. Uick up in the uir lines according to
driving Startby
.. ., .. .. . .. . on Crosby St., with a bid of 1746. All courteous." tech center a "complete facility." Flowers explained that the :Market llowen. The train tried to move out ton
bids listed above those of
Construction Co. were Hipp This year's official countdown There will be a big shop sized in addition to Heart crossing is the only one in fusl. houvvir. and a coupling uhout
,Dec.H begins at ft p.m. Friday Dec 22. and the present medium and small Starke where trains are required: to he.llwlId.'n the train broke.
The remainder of improvementsare ends at midnight Monday Dec. 25. shop areas now. The 'complex will slow to JO miles per hour and the jump Kowen then sealed the air line at the
'.. Included In the accepted bid.They Beach said a maximum number of have enough shop and classroom from a'crulslng pecd of 70 mph has point of the. coupling break, and the
; FiRECOMMITTEE are; street and drainage Improvements troopers will be patrolling in the space to operate a varied and this year caused at least six other 'front half of he( train went south after
Meeting on Lamar Larry Jenkins Cal selective enforcement (FARE program changing vocational program. Casey lrain-aie lines to burst from the added How en ordered them to clear at least
Brooker City Hall vary. Hall. Dell. Keller. Estell In 21 Florida counties which MVS.. pressure.. Other crossings !in town Cull St. and !Madison St. The coupling
':30 p..... : Cooper Grove and Tom Hall Streets; .includes the Turnpike Included !in the new Phase 4 of the require a slowdown to 40 .mph In was repaired south of town and, the
street !improvements only for Pine There were 27 people killed In vo-tech center are one new shop compliance with Department of train reversed and picked MP lu,tail
? . ,. .. .. . St.; sewer Improvements for Reba traffic crashes during the Christmas building directly) In back of the Transportation' regulations Howen 'end.
r Chestnut. Connie.. Ash Dell. Keller holiday period last year of which 14 present shop and additions to several .

Frida '.Dee.Zf Jenkins Estell Lamar. f.arry.Jera. or 64 percent of the total accidents existing buildings. Phase 4
), > kina Calvary HaU, Cooper Grove, occurred after dark. In the 22 fatal construction will allow all vo-tech Moore[ Moving' to Starke Ele. II
and Tom Hall Streets; and sidewalk accident, there were six drinking classes now being taught to be housedon
BUS Class of IM7 ;a Improvements.. Old Lawtey Rd. drivers and pedestrians Three dri site and provide additional classroom -
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Veteran Bradford school In
space for some overcrowded : administrator position the Regional Title I office
-were driving while Intoxicated.
at$ ven
Starting p.mj ,,' courses. Jesse Moore will transfer effective of the state Department of Edue. I
Country Club ; ;,,. Area citizens, commissioners and "Christmas shopper are urged to on.
Dress to Casual engineers met Sept. 24 and discussed: stay alert to the danger of traffic. The New construction will Include classroom Jan. 1 from the prlnclpalshlp of 'Su ) made no recommenda! ,
School
rrr..q ,. If'lf,"'l, /x priorities for improvements in the, life you save may be someone with a space for diesel mechanics, Bradford Middle. to the lion Monday night to replace Moore at !I
A belled fur .. heavy equipment refrelgeration andalrcondItlonlng prlnclpaUhlp: of Starke Elementary the middle school..Thai
'I'fc area, largely on number'ofhouseholds present you. Colonel Beach says recommenda- ;
-.... served and the severity of : plus shop space for lion will be made at the'Jan.'13 meetIng I I',
the problem areas. heavy equipment and welding and a Thetrareterwaaapprovedblonday'night of the school board. the superin ,
administration wing. The present by the Bradford School Board,), tendent laid. '
i iCasey4said
MMMH'SMHJIM Plans drawn up for the first phase Inside.... administration-guidance area will be on recommendation of Supt Tom he opened 'the Starke
remained In compliance with citizens' used for Casey. i ;
strictly guidance.
Wmt Of Starke; eaVlier suggestions for the most part .:Loetj News'..,. k.j1 A-JA. I1AEdltMlal "..v.been wanting to get back to an Interested: lad ca 10 any admlnlltrator :

fete aot {. ..tnri All'construction must'''follow strict' ,..vW.. .. ..4ASporfs On completion of Phase 4' the vo- elementary school for a ,,long lime. do that ,to find prreplaameot t f
i.-i 994 the :
/ .. . .SA7A.I/A-UA3odd.i63l,6b1g tech center'.will be a $3.8 million Moore said expressing! satisfaction middle school. Casey said he '
the of
spending did
guidelines including not
RwMM1 MMIMat facility. It was first started in 1968. with the transfer
Nov.' .'. ( l reconuncnl, a 'replacement i
the entire $300.000 Ty I1979. a \ for 'the j
Ai.lf tee..ad dA.rs4a since the grant is from a l federal Public Notices ..... .. 66 In':other action construction TheSE prlnclpalshlp! was left open middle school' punt because "If)the4
on
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-, I ; ,::, tr. ,.., agency.- '. ."..;'",.. w..t'. .Adl-, .a vti,";"vvr 111'H'W"''lIf'' ''hi1"'< >l..1.',.. ; \' 'pro%ect* *,ir., the school board. ; :,,, after resigned former effective principal! .Dee,Richard,13 to accept Jocks s! .. ,, ,1.., ... ra.,._:):. .. '"'I" :.I


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. Hampton Council Moves Toward Town Clean-up I c ,

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In a Tuesday December 10, special. that were "grandfathered In" before the ncgllgance. It says the town can range solution to the problem with __
meeting the Hampton City Council any new law could be passed couldn't cleanup such lots and then bill the Commissioner Hodges advising the
unofficially: decided to move towards be reckoned with. property owners for the cleanup costs council that "you're going to have to
the passage of a building code Hodges said he dropped In on the on the regular Us: roll. The bropooed have a building code and zoning.
ordinance which would help upgrade meeting near his Hampton Lake home ordinance also would Include prov|. guidelines set by the end of 1979
the town" and hinted that toning only to "see what you were doing" Ions for the inspection of all new anyway or the state will tone the town f
\ could be the next step In the towns and apologized for voicing Information buildings) remodeling and additionsto for you and charge you out of your iv 4*
land administration. on the Issue being/ discussed but buildings In Hampton with revenue sharing funds (nearly$29,000:
The special meeting at the town was told by Hampton board members minimum standards set for plumbing In Hampton's case)," 7 7a
meeting\ hall centered around dlscusslon that he was welcome and that the electrical work sanitation etc.
d messy Iota and residential I information he gave them was much Buildings aiready in Hampton "I guess we have the choice of
health hazards In Hampton which the appreciated. wouldn't be affected by any new zoning, now like we want to or having
council decided could be lessened by "Condemnation Is a very thin ordinance but once any property or Tallahassee do It for us." remarked
adopting and enforcing a building Issue." Hodges offered, "I don't construction (such as a pig pen) that Darrah.
code ordinance including sanitation you could convince the courts to takea didn't meet code standards was Hodges a three year member of the
codes plumbing codes etc. man's property away from his moved it couldn't be replaced by North Florida Regional Planning
"We're not for the condemnation of unless was a health hazard. All the another unlawful construction. Board which zoned Bradford County,
homes in town we're just trying to small towns in the county have this "We need an ordinance for all these promised he would help Hampton any
upgrade the town." said council same problem (unkept property) and vacant lots requiring proper' septic way he could with Its zoning and said ;_YV1i 7
member Wilma McDaniel. I think the simplest way to take care tanks,and power and trailer permits., "lonlng .is the only way you'll ever
The board first talked about of It is to enforce a building code and then if we can clean the others really clear this up" He went on to
instituting a clean-up ordinance that the permit process." (abandoned lots) we can control the say the regional planning board could
would force town residents to restore Some of the properties mentionedby rest of them unkept dwellings)," and would do the zoning for Hamptonwith I
downtrodden property to "code" the board as those that needed summed up councilman Leonard the town council getting final I
levels but were told by Bradford cleanup are owned by outoftownersand Darrah. say so on all zoning regulations.
County Commissioner E.W Hodges, "Ignored" The council agreed Many of the dwellings the board When Mrs. McDaniel asked how
who was In attendance at the meeting, that an ordinance already on the members voiced concern about were much it would cost the city to be zoned
that houses and badness buildings books should be enforced to combat trailer homes which "are pulled Into fellow council member Ted Curtis
somebody's yard and which don't replied"It won't cost much but you're
even have septic tanks or power of gonna get a bunch of opposition. We
WISHinG YOU THE their own but run off electricity lines talked about It before and people filled
dropped from neighboring houses." the house down here" and Hodges
The council agreed to write up their admitted zoning la politically
BEST CHRISTmAS Ideas and have town attorney Reggie unpopular.
Flynn draw up an ordinance lor Folks are afraid of zoning but
consideration at the next regular usually because they don't
meeting. One councilman guessed the understand it." Hodges said "It Isn't
EVER! ordinance could be In operation in just really going to effect you that much
over one month. because It can't do anything to anyone
Zoning came up as a probably longIn or any property grandfathered In."


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Hospital $2OOOO
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In Nov.-Oct. Says AdministratorThe Navy Man Invades

a short meeting interspersed due In the pre-Christmas season he
among Christmas party activities the explained.At .
Bradford County Hospital Board the end of the short meeting at
Auto Lot With CarStarke
heard from the facility's management which board members lunched on the Hardy
President Marcus Drewa that ECU decorative Christmas party meal
netted over $20,000 after tax gains In nerved at the hospital exployee's patrolman Chuck I.easure surveys the damage done when a Cecil
1 the first two months of the 1978-79 party, BCII Administrator Tony Rose Field Navy man plowed his car Into the JJliard: ) :.' Auto Sales lot on North
( fiscal year. addressed the board with praise for Temple Avenue <( zr the reaction to the LP gas fire
; Drown explained that the hospital in Stare of the week before. Damage pictured, above Is only half of the loss as the sailor. Height Dodson.!
made about $10,900 on its own in the "The people of the hospital and In 20 of the First Line Division at Cecil Field. wrecked his 1973 Buick sedan,
October-November period and also- this community responded superbly pictured below. and the 1978 Dodge sedan pictured above, and damaged two
could figure about swoon in tax during the accident/ Rose said. "We other late model Dodges when he careened into the car lot early in the morning
money The Methodist Hospital had just about all of our people call In of Thursday Dec. 7.
corporation administrator said the to volunteer work and we also had a Traveling upwards of 100 mph. Dodson's car ran off the four-la nod road an he
sped northward in the foggy and wet night w!ithout benefit of his cur lights! The
tax figure was a one month share of lot of people In the community such as
I' May all I the joys the total tax monies BCII will receivefor nurses at neighboring hospitals call Buick angled off the road at the north entrance to the Rest Western :Motel went
Z the year. and say they were available duringthe airborne and cleared the ditch between the motel and Hard>'s car lot then dove
of this great Drewa called November a "real night If we needed them.it was head-on Into the 1978 Dodge.
good month" but added that accounts really well done. Nobody lost their City patrolman Willie Searcy met the speeding Buick at about the Pizza Hut.
season be yours. receivable were starting to IncreaseIn cool and I just wanted you to know But Dodson was traveling so fast the unite Buick was lost in the fog before,
November as expected. There Is a how well the community did in suchan Searcy could wheel his patrol car around to pursue. Searcy radioed that he
slowdown In payments on accounts accident as that." would not chase Dodson in the dense fog.
Dodson himself walked to the Best Western and culled in (he accident to
police a few minutes later,
Oops! We Goofed I Owner Eldon Hardy estimated damages to his three curs tit SIO.IHMI. Thl"sailor's
; car was also a total loss. -,'
Telegraph last Dodson was treated and released at Bradford County hospital for minor
goofed on first hearing was Incorrect The
Florida Bank at Starke week's story of the January 4 public original November 9 hearing was injuries and released December. 8. He was charged with wilful and wanton '
hearing involving the dismissal of cancelled when Fire Chief Eldon reckless driving
former Slarke flr nonJohn 'unable city Patrolman Leasure said he had noticed[Dodson's car traveling( slowly: ,+ilxiiit
> i was to attend. A
t'M OfJefferspri: ;f ; &jClay&- $ter.e.FJjt. .j I A new hearing has been Ramllej' l 'pokesman said Chief Sapp'was\ill the, town earlier had stopped and questioned Dodsoni end told him to nuwlI'II i'IJwi"
; January 4 'let air night of,the < Bulglt sunned from SR'1d l.ont tQit: iN( uith tlrqfllqIUIIIJin"od! abtvJnk, ( :"' at' lIlJlrt.a
Jo meeting
Ramsey
f ,wBpaper with'Ii I'nln' M ot"IW :'1 ,,,,,, "' h_.. ., .,_" ......'"
IxTorenearlhtf ex r inei--JJ-! ; as story said the parties cancelled the _
Wolbert but the reason given in the first hearing so they could work ..'
',/ Telegraph_ for the concellatlon of_the toward an out-of-court type settle- 2 Indicted For Rape

f 9tlilliilllfll/l/fllli/l/tilfltll/ilflfii/14fliitltll/iltl" " , , , "ltlflfllll/fitll/111" " "+;!! ment.Ramsey was dismissed after he
refused An Alachua youth and a Brooker Mai lord WHS jirrcMiit t l II:>' \larlin.i
to sign a letter of
reprimand
are in Bradford Bradford county ShortCH! I llcpartnifiil.. "illu-ors I
juvenile
stemming downtown fire from In Starke.the September He has said 13 County jail after a IK Grand Jury mill m-riellunw.nl! iirrestod' 1 li,> Hnul
THOll Sate I lord Mil-rill's, I Di-puiu-s.I
TOOL-A- he was not guilty of the things notedon returned a sealed indictment Thursday l'ounty
the reprimand letter Dec. 14 on charges! of sexual bat aci-onlintt to Itr.idlorcl Owl prptitxKolnll
The former fire-fighter said he tery and kidnaping of a 14->'ear-old Green. '
/. 5 DRAWER CHEST .. wants his job back and will file a more Brooker girl.Marvin The' II,>l'UJ'nlil girl wit* picked UpOct.
Duane McClellan. III. of C :2 K al a H.illmuTM carnival inBronktr
1 + "AMERICA'S TOOL SUPERMARKET'3DRAW;; ; formal hearing Is complaint again cancelled.if the second Brooker. and Terry Joe Stafford. l 111. :Mcflollan and Sill II Ill'll, arc'
3 OVER 2500 TOOLS wkeT..icon.v..e..M The January 4 public hearing will of Alachua. were placed in custody charged with llm-uU'iiinu her \\IMi a
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and her !Iht' night til '.14'
; kmle raping
two of sexual
late counts
start at 1:30: ,m. at the council Friday on '
Santa's : : city
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;; meeting room.Moore battery and one count of kidnapping :JH mill the early morning ol Ill'(. 9!'
*IRQ 50t. ; apiece Bond was set at SUMHHi: each Trial should conuup m the M.iuli:
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WE MUST REDUCE OUR WAREHOUSE L-.ea, by Circuit Judge Wayne Carlisle. term, according.. ( lo .\III I"I.1II1 siilttoriuv -

; INVENTORY BEFORE JANUARY 1ST ... '- Both youths will be tried as adults. ,\ I.en lUgistiTCorrection.I ,

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1 District! .!H Bd. Drops Clinic Case i Qualifying, Voting Deadlines x

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An Investigation Into the firing of and his only alternative was. taking deficient There was no documentation -
former Bradford-Unlon Guidance his case to the courts of Dr Vey's! offenses no attemptat Set for Brooker ElectionThe
Clinic Psychologist Dr Joseph Vey "They stonewalled me The District counseling, no written reprimand. -
was dropped by the District 111 MenIal III Board didn't. have a conference and no advisement of rights before p
Health Board meeting Monday with me. and I didn't get a hearing firing first candidates are expected to Tommy Raulerson. and CouncilmenSteve
Dec 18 In Gainesville. from them. Intend to be back at the Vey protested! his firing at the dropoff their qualification papers and Nipper and Zoltan Jacob to run
Vey, contacted at a convenience! cltntewhen this is over." Vey added. August hearing, saying the termination nay their candidacy fees this week for again. She said Councilman C J.
tore In Keystone Heights where he U The August bearing produced a did not follow procedures outlined the Brooker regular town election set Stalnaker was still uncommittedwhen
now working, said Tuesday night he letter to Vey which stated the clinic's In the clinic policy book namely the for February 13. she talked to him last. The two '
will take the matter to circuit court. reasons for the firing. It read, "It is lack: of a written reprimand. Vey says The qualification( deadline la noon other members of the town board.
Fired June 10 by Clinic Director the unanimous decision of this I the guideline call lor a 10-day period Wednesday, Dec 27, for candidateswho Gene Melvin and board ChairmanA
William Lennon, Vey requested a Committee that the conduct Is after a written" reprimand during wish to throw In their hut for one B Adams are In the middle of their
hearing before the clinic: Personnel unbecoming a clinic employee and which time the employee Is given a of the six posts to be up for grabs in terms.
Committee headed by chairman the termination is upt Id." Vey was chance to rectify the grievances Brooker's administration. The

Robert Drlggers of Union County. fired for allegedly using profanity against him. Don and Pat Smith, owners of mayor's seat the town clerk's office Candidates for clerk and town
A seven-hour hearing last August IS while counseling a teen-age client and Vey said that La Coe had'tdd the: lladcoch In Starke.new the town marshall's job and three mantruill must I pay $9 each to gel on
Furniture
resulted In the denial of Vey's requestfor for 'Improper behavior.' board they would be prejudiced if they council slots will be decided In the the ballot while the mayor and
reinstatement,and the subsequentappeal District III Board member Henry read the transcript of the August February balloting with all the council positions carry a 7.50
I to the district mental health Lyons was quoted in a Dec. 19 Gainesville hearing and according. to Vey, the Badcock'a Sold positions carrying two year terms. qualifying fee
board. Sun article as telling the board board voted to review the transcript.Vey Town Clerk Eva Clark said she will Brooker voters will have to be
Vey said by phone that he had pur before the vote "The entire proceedings began working at the clinic In To Auburndale CoupleDon not be seeking re-election after one registered with the supervisor of
sued all the channels: available to him (\of Vey's firing) were grossly 1974.LAWTE" term of duty but said she expects elections office before January 12 to
and Pat Smith from Mayor Blake Hamilton Marshall vote in the upcoming election.Get .
Auburndale have purchased the ,
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I" Mr. and Mrs. Smith have three
by Elisabeth Terry children: Joey Carla and Jerry. Joey more of what
Phone 782-330O will" be working In the store with the
Smiths. Carla and Jerry are both high

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Danny Thompson and sons, Starling and family. Mrs. Ola school students and will be attending you go for. .
Brain and Kevin of Jacksonville, Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman Bradford High School.
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School visited her mother, Mrs. Fred Moore, and daughter Rhonda and Mrs Ann Don was a fruit grower and broker '
In Auburndale also was a member /
afternoon. and Dane of Jacksonville
Tuesday Starling son
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and
Mrs. Don Parceluizl and her afternoon with uf the Auburndale City Council for a
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayand spent Sunday number. of ..,..
mother, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of them. years.
YPE at 7 :
p.m.EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday Gainesville! visited her sister Miss Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley and Pat was very active In the -I "' '1>'
School 10 a.m. Worship Services II Elizabeth Terry, Monday aftersoon. children of Gulf Breeze spent the community service in Auburndale. f
Her activities with the schools in
a-,m.and 7 p.m. Training Union C p.m. Mrs. Fred Moore visited her sister, Christmas Holidays with their ,. .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Miss Rache) Boyer of Jacksonville, parents Mr and Airs. J.B. Talley,. Auburndale, were extensive.
Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs John Tye Sr. /
FAITH BAPTIST Radio Programon J ,
WPXE Starke Dial AM 1400 FM and Mrs Jesse Barbour Mr John Tye Jr.. and; family pent a, .
106.3 at8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 celebrated their 16th wedding the weekend with their mother, Mrs. : ..
a,m. Worship Services 11 a,m. and anniversary Friday Dec. 22, by Kathryn Billiard of Jacksonville. .1\
V-6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat spending last weekend at Daytona Mrs. Edna Cason and Mr. and Mrs. .K .
6:30: p.m. Pastor A.E Massey. Beach Nolan Dobbs of Mcclenny visited Mr. ......,AI:: ;' _:::; :
Elder Vilus Peevy, pastor of Miss Rhonda Deal of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Thursday after .' 1\\GH\ ;
Graphic Soverlgn Grace Missionary spent the weekend of Dec. 10 with her noon. If .',\\ \ ,
Baptist Church Alma, Ark., will brother-in-law and sister, Mr.' and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Iloraiker and '5\ I t. :
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conduct a Weekend Revival Dec. 23, Mrs. Jerre Starling of Starke. They Mrs. Gen Everette and daughter, f t. n"\-\\ ""-
24. and 25 in Faith Baptist Chruch.He : were business visitors to Jacksonville Marsha of Apopku were Wednesday ( \ ". \ .;1. t
will be preaching each night at Sunday afternoon. morning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barry r ?," 6:30: p.m. will also preach Sunday Mrs. Daisy Boch and niece. Miss Watts. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. 'I 1 d
morning at 11 a.m. Lynn Whaley, attended the Mervin Walters and family will be it.: !
The church cordially invites all to Community Bank party at the their guests for sometime ;, .
attend these services. We feel you will Enlisted Men's Club at Camp Mr. and Mrs. Joe English and' : 'fr.
receive a Blessing. Blandmg on Saturday night family of Jacksonville spent the ....{. rGo j
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lane Carter of Miami spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs. Donald j

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship weekend with his mother. Mrs. Lois Wilkison Sr., all of them attended the ....
Services 11 am. and 7:30: p.m. Carter. Calvary Baptist Church Banquet at N
Training Union 6:30 p.m. Prayer Southbfde Elementary School Starkeon
Mrs. Wyolene Day and son, Keith of
Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Jacksonville with her Saturday night .
spent Saturday Mrs. Wayne Harper and Carla of SuperStyle.No
GRACE UNITED METHODIST: mother Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and new .
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Starke visited her grandmother, Mrs..
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Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Services U a.m. Methodist Youth Mrs O.K. Brown and family Carl Prevail, and aunt Mrs. Evelyn a mailer what your favorite pizza is.we can top it
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Fellowship at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited Norman. Sunday afternoon Just say SuperStyle when you order your pizza You II got lots I II
night. Choir Practice on Wednesdayat their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited J' more cheese. And lot more ot your favorite loppings For just a I
7IS: p.m. The church has a nursery and Mrs. Emory Eunice and family of their brother and sister-in-law. Mr.J A better world for all little more dough. You can have your SuperStyle pizza
for Pre-school children during Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and Sunday Mrs afternoon.Cecil Whitehead of Starke. of us That's our Thick'n Chowy' Of Thin'n Cnspy' Any way you want it.
Worship Services. Get more of what you go for Co new SuperStyle
Charles Dobbs and children
IIIGIiLAND BAPTIST Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harley were wish for Christmas
visited their grandparents Mr and rr s.m a u smm ari arse
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 hostesses for a Harley family dinner and the new year
Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Sunday morning. at their home Sunday. There were 54 rOne coupon per party+ fUUA. Offer good on reeuldr menu
a.m. and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting on <2 3< re, "
at 7:30 Donnie Kelly, of University of !guests present, and everyone enjoyedthe visit At participating .jrfOHBBkk. prices through
Wednesday : p.m. ,
Florida. Gainesville, spent the get-together and the dinner.Mr. PiueHul reelauruM Off rife
LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School PHILLIP CLARK Pizza $2dN1 sq.egMacs
Christmas Holidays with his parents and Mrs. and I salad below
Services 11 and Clyde Wainwright
10 a.m. Worship a.m
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley. family of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs.A1lenBrownandgirlauJacksonville. $1.50 017 s nve
7:30: p m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday o+ r.mw.s+ 4kit
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs. of REALTOR
ul ; .JO: p.m.MORGAN. ( J.ru $100 OI'f s .J
Jacksonville, Mr. Willie Dobbs and

;.. hool..JO'ROAD'' BAPTISTiJ5unday Worship: I daughter Chris. were Sunday(, dinner, ....ffl'tteid1family!Mr and; Mrs.r. ,1,13._ MpJver AIHt'',,,MIItllf alai ,." ..;,....." ...-.1 :..,..._..,_. ..'- t_ et.. aiafi'mousse ni'it n.r r .. t,
.w.1 I -'MUests of their parents? "'r.1id MrsT"1Arlie -
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Services 11 a.m. and 7 pm.naming Wainwright and J,
Dobbs. Mr. Casey Dobbs took
at 7:30 of Tallahassee, were Sunday
Union 6pm. Prayer Meeting :
his father for a ride after lunch.
dinner of Mrs. Wilma Wain-
Parrish guests
Rev. James pastor.
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore of Lake wright. .
City are the parents of a son, WilliamC. The PTO
J.awtey presented a
Born Wednesday, Dec. 13 in Lake entitled "Christmas aroundthe
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Shore Hospital Lake City Mrs. Fred program World." Each class Hey Kids i
sang a song
CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Moore Is Mr' and Mrs. Chuck Moore'smother from different countries. The PTO .
Worship Services 11 am, and 7 p.m. ,
read the minutes of the last meetingand
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at 7 Mr. and Mrs. Leg McClellan and treasurer's report was read after

p.m.NORTIISIDE Rev. Charles BAPTIST! Starling: Sunday Pastor. guests Mrs. Margie of Mr Reddish and Mrs.were supper Robert which Mrs.refreshments Elsie Norman were served.and Mrs. Did You Forget To Tell Santa : ""

School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 ,
McClellan and son. Jeff, of Darlene Norman and sons Jim ..
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting llcilbronn Springs Saturday night. and
Kenneth Kevin spent Sunday
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starling of afternoon at a Christmas party with What You Really Want -. \.
MISSIONARY
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Starke were Sunday dinner; guests of Mr and Mrs. James Richardson and m .' j ,
BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. their parents, Hev. and J Mrs. Charles other guests of Jacksonville. jfl \
Worship Services II a.m and 7 p.m. ,. 'j, ,
For : '
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Gary Thompson of Findley, }
Ohio spent a week with his mother. .-
Mrs. Daisy Thompson, and his _
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Millard Jordan and family .
Miss Arthurine Blanchard ,I \'
was a ,
Sunday' overnight guest of Miss Ir \
Esther Mason of Jacksonville. EJi1

Deepest sympathy of 'the ,It :
community is extended to Mrs.
George Roberts Sr., and her family 1rrM
because of the death of her brotherMr. !
Ralph Tatum of Deland. I ; t
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wheeler spent
the weekend at St. Augustine to r ''It! ,.' iLL

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I Establishing A New Home Was No Easy Task WO Years Ago .,' I. "}. fOIESTRY,I



InBradford

What was It like to move to was a resident of Starke in the early corn and other vegetables growing : Co.
Inside
Bradford County and establish a period of Its growth. .
home 100 years ago in thane troubled
times Just after the Civil War Mrs. Brown was born Kate Hull, Father planted an orange grove and by Hank Cochran
reconstruction period, that ended in and told the story this way In notes I,. other fruit trees,and grew sugarcane
1877 written years ago to The Telegraph: from which syrup and sugar was
; made by boiling the juice in a huge
It Is bard to Imagine the hardship Iron kettle over a "lightered knot"
and heartbreak associated with Back in IR78. L.C. Hull and lamllYi .'.,,::...../ fire Troughs for cooling the syrup Folklore and, Truth About Mllu.tOllThe
establishing family in a new locationin consisting d his wife, three \ :. were made by hewing out the core of
those days. Some Idea of the young boys, two daughters one a ...... cypress logs. mistletoe, so prominent now In
problems Involved may be gained young lady and one a baby less than .. .'.., winter-bare Florida tree and at
from an account given by the late three years old.arrived In Starke with ,,.''l1-t.. In those days it was the custom to office Christmas parties Is a kissing
Mrs. Jay S. Brown of Plant City, who a freight car load of furniture. buy Tour by the barrel, and father cousin of the fabled European
would bore holes In the bottom of the varieties,
empty barrels and set them over the
cypress trough. He cooked cane juiceto But In is as effective as any Old
Labia .( Round Logs a certain stage, and then poured It World plant promoting enthusiastic
EDITORIALTimeless into the barrels, and the syrup would osculatory exchanges at Yuletide.
drip through the holes. We would use
the syrup on hot biscuits and Besides acting as the excuse to
Even In those days there oancnkes, and mother would make grabb and buss an attractive partner
was a the ground on stilts In order to keep about
though the only practical job
housing shortage In Starke and her jams out of fruits and berries
out the cows and hogs that ran loose
held as regular thing by mistletoe Is
-i- finding nothing available Mr. Hull using the moist brownish-looking
TeacherPerhaps everywhere In those days.
to produce berries for wild birds.
rented a small log building In which to sugar-not like the highly refined I
store his household furniture, and the sugar of later days.
Our log house was hand hewn from It does so well that mistletoe can fee
let railroad company was kind enough to Virgin pine,and father kept searching In spring there were plenty of wild found In every area of Florida '6n
the family use the freight
car to for the kind of to be used in
right clay
live In temporarily. blackberries huckleberries, and every kind of tree that will support It.
in all the world's but Jesus taught so as to developthe making brick. He finally located some mayhaws for making jelly and we It can be spotted as small sprigs and
troubled history there has never minds of men. lie looked to In some way my mother managedto on a piece of land that my older had some friends on Kingsley Lake huge clumps of 100 pounds or more
been a Christmas when the the soul while others dwelt on keep us fed and alive while my brother, Robert had bought on asmall who raised delicious figs.In that pre-empt limbs of trees and
material things. And after the father and the boys bought a piece of creek nearby. substitute their growth for that of the
future seemed filled with
more land three miles east of Starke cut 18H9. father bought several acres limb. The plant is a parasite, so tough
doubt, or when there seemed less experience of 2,000 years, no man some of the trees on It, and hewed: the Father dug the clay, then built a of land about a mile and a quarter and tenacious that It can muscle its
prospect of mankind following can find a flaw In the logs to make a rough cabin There mill to grind it fine for a fireplace in southeast of Starke. He built a good way down through the bark of young
the teachings of Him whose governmental systems He set was very little finished lumber to be the living room and a flue for the burn and we moved Into it while he limbs to tap the trees life-giving sap.
forth. had at that time, and father had to kitchen stove. He and the boys farmed was building a two and a half story Here, a lar,'e clump can spread its
honor December
birthday we on send to Jacksonville for nails and the land and bought cows and a work louse.' We