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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 28, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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',t "We're- looking at trying to save cher union contract calla ''for, on approved a trip to Tallahassee for .
"' -'JO'OOO to come out zero next year," recommendation board bargaining the IUIS band to participate In the
xs"e .1 Business Manager Eddie Douglas told agent Eddie Douglas. The days were Inaugural Parade this Jan. 2,
"''Jthe Bradford school board at its reau- set for Christmas, New Years Day, -okayed bids letting for a roll bar for
s. qd Oar monthly meeting Monday night, and Memorial Day a FFA tractor not equipped with the 1,
Dee: 18. Delayed action on giving non- safety device.
iReporting on a new financial report instructional employees three days -did not get to consider a second i
.i which he received Monday In the mall paid vacation when Douglas recom- time the BMS trip to Washington DC
.{nun the State Department of Educa- mended it but said he didn't know approval of which was requested at a ,
tion. Douglas told the school board its where tho will from.
nXIWMM Id+r+lYrollnYMawWMlnwANWwI MMI I1F r M' MI} money come previous meeting by BMS Instructor
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projected budget deficit has grown -approved a new program for the Julia Grlffls Chairman Vernon Par-
'irom some 139.000 to 889. 430 becauseof handicapped to be operated under the mentor refused declare: the topic of
Hs a lower than expected ctober student vo-techcenter. The program for about the trip an emergency Item Monday j
1LA! : < count Schools this yet are some 12 students will bring in some JO.OUO night some things were not
/150 students short of projections, but in FTE funds. The board delayed quite kosher, but not explaining fur
L ;Douglas said he hopes the number will action approval In November but ther. Board member Jimmy Lawson .
; : '? h't + : Improve In the next count to be taken agreed on the use of part of the had requested a second discussion on 'i!
; in February or March. agriculture farm if the new class la the trip. Approval of the trip was ]
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:; Biggest student decrease was In the separated completely from ag acted on In November after board .

eftscents; classes members J.T. Parrish and Arthur ,
-approved a trip to Washington. (:inxklns objected lo the fact that students t
.. ;slate Into a 18-1 weighted Fit count, D.C. by three BUS students: Nelson from outlying schools would not .,
after, money Is added for more costly Green, Chub Johnson, and Patrick he Invited to gowinedClll7enii: '
,programs or some $163,000 cut In .Crawford.
:revenue
',Supt, Tom Casey said he will pre''sent
a program to the school board In BC Concerned Citizens
:January aimed at overcoming the ,
itAlIMIIRIlMi / y ,r \deficit The board must decide after
I ''commendations from the school

.funds.'administrative, just where to cut Rec. Officials. to Drafti,

.* The- state guaranteed flVe1)'lIchool /

,listrWt a. seven u percent,.Jundlng "
farhwM' in'thla school termbut that'-'R: Et.Qy-m' PRosal8 '
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&gIni..a 9 board levying the full eight mills to :
.r. .. ''f I taxes allowed undercurrent law Starke recreation officials and net 73 pl'l'centnf the
t! Mrlarwrg+s i Hradford's school tax levy is 6.4 mills, members of the Concerned Citizens Kale HIM) c-om' .lon receipts from
s That tenser millage cuts the dollar leadership board moved towards those (lumen and give the local teams.
Increase In Bradford from $32.1.855: to solution of the conflict over RJE gym :2.1! percent tu defray the costs of their
an actual increase of $151,433, use Wednesday. Dec 13. with bothsidesagreeingtodrawupproposals out.of.tow n trips
I Douglas explained. to In speaking of the possibilities for
There are not extra funds in the be discussed at a January meeting the athletic complex which Is due for
current budget now. Douglas told the The problem centers around use of renovation through& purl of the KUI,INNI' .
:: ::. .w :: school board when he suggested that the KJK gym and athletic complex recreation grant 1 the city received I
non-Instructional employees might be \I hich was leased by the school boardto from the Department" of Housing( mid I'
the Concerned Citizens of Bradford I'rlMin: Development Ill( H'
tttMd given the same three days paid vacation i I
.8rpyuitlr' pter as Instructional employees. With County, a private non-profit corporation Strickland wild, \ou'\e gut t II goldmine
the cost of$8-8.000 Involved, the board formed for the betterment of out there" Slrickl.mil low l been
tabled that suggestion until the money he Keno community, Starke has Involved in recreation activities and
[ g4d el srq aeF'e picture improves.The continued to pay utility payments for funding for mall \enrx sad talked: of
{ I3M3. is Just a 418 percent the HJE gym through its recreation bully wmsthecilx or I tho Vmi-riWHl i it'itizeut
gew l 1I increase over last year very little budget even though city use of the could use lo imike MM- It.IK:
''r when considering Bradford $37 facility,, has been cut back complex more t hun p.1\' for itself(tilertcimxiilion
I II million state school funding "The city recreation departmentjust Ills ideas included
That increase had also been eaten uses the gym for two hours a day charging teams for weekend tmiriunient t
i i and we paid $61.80 for the of the b.iselmll Held, unit j
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. -. ,. I, ,"." ,.,. ." instructional program as last year electric bill in November that's just iKixkeltmll)in just t usSt.irke tuirucM \

:: : ':" i:', ,./ both Douglas and Supt. Casey said not fair," said Recreation Board lor line? nf \\cMslile, and I'rull Street
member Townsend Strickland ntWednesday's
.t $vi',oou went to maintain last year's .
INiikH Ik explained that the tennis
........'. 1I" 1-,,.L,,' ,."" ,, .r" .. salary schedule with It built-in $200( meeting at the '(lid could then run con('tsston stands el"lo
.. ;t. raises. $13.000: went to Armory. Recreation Director CheryliodlA'in I
f '; .J.;' ", per year pay make mow} for Ihomwlvcn iimliMtlh
increaite benefits. 110: ,(MM) went to an ( added the electricity bill can 'p.irlicH could lomrmiMv' runic
, Pre-achool students'at Bradford County' Head Start School In Starke are taught the basic' : with puzzles, computer increased expenditure for utilities. In he l expected to be close to $IW: at Mil .incild. Ifs also said .1 dibv' ,iuc.ilenikir \ \'

learning devices, and name games; get recreation time, and eat three square meal. a day before ending their addition there have been cost swing basketball for the season youth moves programs into and full ..hlllll.llx' kepi nl UN"torn
In social and
increases security uclivitk's iiinl Concerneil
: school with timePreSchool, plex's
day nap retirement benefits and in transportation. semipro teams thai play at the Reno Clli/eiiH hpfikoman, .miri-d. string
All this does not take Into R\'mnmlium (hex hose nlr'lulIh'"I&hl
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Gives BC 'Head Start9There '
Youngsters, account inflation. At the meeting moderated b> city it detailed enlemliir system.
f IL-" There have been only one or two councilman Ted Oglesby. !Strickland M, present M.nkes ledy'run
is a nine year old program In The meals come three time a day On our visit the classroom new Instructional personnel added outlined) possible solutions to the letie.iliiNi plottunn ul the K.llem
I Bradford County that teee.-echoola. at the school which operates under instruction included work on colors (asey sa>'s. and those were In spetldl problem ideas and promised to write up the i mm I mm I HI p m u jib the gv m 1 open
and medically cares for 54 under similar hours as public schools. The puzzles and peg boards and conceptslike education where they are covered by and submit them to the Concerned lor free pla III times ilurlru the day
: privileged children In the area its children eat a light breakfast when biggest and tallest. A other state funding Citizens for discussion before mi HIT. irregular basis) wvl the
Is they-arrive at 8:30 a.m., have large In other action. the school board the next meeting between the two
Head a
name Start School and Its computerized learning device tested : Titunl/cd scni'pro: foam reserving
. popularity U such that it turns away hot lunch about 11 a,m. (on the day the young student on colors and size awarded bids on manual type- groups, He Maid the Concerned I Ilx' torn tar prttl't1I'l'1IllId games ull.lM
nearly 200 ,child 'applicants every we visited they were served grilled of object on a screen, congratulating! riters to Milligan take'ity of*JMIper (ituen.1 could cither hand over total ,
year. hot dogs, pork and beans, fruit them when they missed answers. unit. Royal I Business, 1\lachIRl'll, control of the KJK futility to the 'IheCiMicerned dtuens \oicedthelr
The federally funded program cocktail rolls, milk and The classrooms are divided up Into Inc. Jacksonville' bid $118, Slaike Kecreation Department to be cliltut lIfacllol1l1.out: last > curkh.indlmg '
began In Bradford in 1969 with the greens and ate all they wanted with learning areas and the kids can also --asked for a review of staff job run just im the recreation department of the vomples b>' Starke's
first of two consecutive summer, the clean plates and request for work with block, science, descriptions which have just been runs its softball' and IU m facilities at K.IK: recreation director Charles
school sessions aimed at giving seconds attesting to their hunger and manipulative tools, art. and )revised and condensed b> Supt. Casey the Old ,\rmnr\: WcslsiaV' Park' etc: Cunningham, Ittv Levi I lenllon,
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preschool youngsters from poor ,then eat another light meal, an housekeeping and personal care and his staff At the suggestion of or. run ) completely as It president of the win profit group, said
choose with the
families a "head start" before they afternoon 'snack before they leave among other,subjects. Mr*. Jenkins board members Vernon Parmenter city: recreationdeportment his organization( received only tl.fWl
entered the public school system. Its\ school. pointed out a "quiet area", for end Arthur Casklns the board will operating no programs( on in game receipts laMcar when
administrator say it also gives many Between meal Head Start I Ie a students who need a quiet moment to 'review some Jobs In forthcoming the property : or run the facility Itself Cunningham ran both the gated and
of the student exposure to things they school. A typical day for the settle down and also simple library meetings until the board has gone but alloStarke to pay a fair fee for the concessions. at semipro games at
don't get at home.like hot meals and youngsters aged 34 to starts at 8'30a toft. all 33 job descriptions, the limited use of the complex during KJK: mxl said Cunningham lined hit
Indoor toilet facilities. ,m. when they arrive,either by bus -agreed to amend the salary schedule mt hours He emphasized that If the iiw n packet til tilt Concerned Citizens
"We get the children acclimated to from the outlying areas of Brooker After lunch la nap time as the lights to give Hank III pay to some Concerned Citizens decided to run the lOKI Strickland was quick| to defend
hot food and good, nutritious meals Lawtey or Hampton or are droppedoft go out and the student rest on plastic vocational teachers, such as the facility by themselves us they choose Cunningham and said his running of
and also have to teach some of them by the parent After a morning cots. The bus returns to pick up the karate teacher. the same pay as a the should also be responsible for the semipro games hud nothing to do
how to use the Indoor bathrooms greeting they eat breakfast brush Brooker. Lawtey and Hampton Hank III teacher.Such instructors are utility! payments and maintenance with his employment bv the :Starke
.:I because they just don't have them at their teeth and start the day's .children at 1'30 p,m, and'parents start already receiving that amount of pay costs of the property !< >('rent ion DepurlmenL'tglmhy also
: home." said Mrs Jessie Jenkins one activities. Early morning conversation arriving at 2 p.m. to pick up students but It was not authorized In the salary The two parties didn lean toward assured the Concerned Citizens that
, of three associate teachers at the s can cover topics ranging from from the.Starke area. schedule\ urn: of ,the above solutions at Wednesdav's'sometimes That complex I Is'yours, und you can
school and a Head Start worker since each other' names to the story (See .oka>'ed signing of a $7.300 agreement heated meeting tell anMarke employee when he can
ri n Its inception in Bradford County, behind Thanksgiving. Pale t) with the county health department though they agreed that a solution run a (program down there and If you
should be found- soon. Herman
In return for services
per don want him down there hen he's

;.a Jof State's Inmates Suffer From Mental Illness formed.-agreed to advertise a 'new school' 'for Johnson the Concerned the Recreation Citizens Chairman, did say you not can on recreation tell him to,.riepartn.ent get out" ,time ,

i board rule which will make students after the meeting that the chances of The S.1I1.1M recreation grant Is part
In the alternate school draw double his! group releasing total control of the of a *:s0ar0> I III) grant to the city of
TALtAHASSKK Florida according to Pr Benjamin Groomed, The Department of Corrections proposes funding.\ It the rule I II set up right the complex they secured by lease was Starke and represents another angleIn
Department of Corrections estimatesthat Director of Health and Education: to Improve it* capability In pew funding. will amount to S31,300 peryear : 'slim the conflict As grant coordinator
of over :JO.000 offenders Incarcerated Program meeting the mental health needs of ..: "The' Concerned Citizens got thepropertt t.lnda flay,. said Friday vwe have to 'I
In Its. institutions. 4825 of offender remanded into its custody .approved transferring BUS supply at KJK: for the use of the 'work something out and get some
these inmate suffer from some formof The project' I II a result of a comprehensive through development and implementation funds to travel 1 so teachers can take people and!] I "cant see them giving up assurances from the Concerned
control Of It. ,Johnson said.
emotional tress or mental illness health service survey of a new' screening process for classes on field trips.! Citizens or we won't be able to use any
which require continuous healthcare which> reported ''psjchlatric: and'. the .initial Identification cate- heard a report that It will 'cost $(Ob Concerned Citizens'! spokesman of the money at HJ E,"
weakest links 1 II given .> gorization of offenders with mental to replace musical Instrument cases, said they realized the payment of Day explained ,that lit D'stlputa-. I
fall
In health care to health Model destrojfd when the band room was utilities etc. would on their '
In an effort to improve the current problem treatment Starke' tion require the grant ho used In
shoulders If release from
program standard of mental health prisoner Hooded during the BUS cafeteria they certain ways and under ccrta In condi
care In the state's correctional renovation* Action on replacing the both responsibility and' administration tions. She elaborated that the grant
tution, the Law Enforcement Assis Implementation of the "''program: programs will be developed and cases was delayed pending Improve- of recreation confident programs at RJE art be used to renovate a facility
but seemed that could
..Administration awarded the over the next 18 mouth will enable In selected institutions and ment of funds.apoved they 'hat will be, run to make money and r
Department an $84.165 grant In the Department to move toward com' training programs to improve the A-L-Cart prices for the fund such costs through basketball the money that Starke can't funnel federal funds .
. September An additional $21,041 pro- plane with the-mental health standards .(. 'competency of correctional staff to BUS lunchroom when 11 opens Jan 2 they take in the at the games into a project: without getting a
vided by the state totals $105.206 for a* set by the Commission on deal with offenders with mental -reinstated three paid vacation day played by Reno based semi-pro written agreement as to' who will,
the l implementation_ of the program Accreditation for Correction, health problem will be Initiated. for instructional personnel, as the tea teams at RJE .At, present UM.Con-:: maintain the renovated property;


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. Fire Raised Before Starke Council 4 / "

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off whose sacks are burned off his feet Bowen said "The Game and FreshWater JI
Slade one and the question of overtime pay tooffduty Commission ,
The gas fire at Sawyer and whose clothes are melted and pollee depart.meets .
week ago resulted in an irate father city employees' who workedthe Lazenby showed the burned article from other areas (Lake City '''; I
fire at the Starke City Commis and Gainesville) paid their off-duty I N1
the council.
of clothing to
sion's regular meeting Tuesday, Dec. Bowen responded, "Our primary workers and I think ours should be ;
19.Two Injured in the responsibility is the safety of allpeople. paid also." The police chief added "I"":,> "
employees were the contract called for 1
j that police
Scott Lazenby and11yearold We're not a rtIICUeaquad. Welake .
blaze. 16-year-old off and ; i
extra time ,
Carl Bedford. Lazenbywas those in danger away from the overtime pay or ", 'J>.
area as quickly as possible, but not to the latter alternative was Impossiblesince (\' ,
transferred to Shands Teaching Bowen added the no extra officers are available. :; '," ', '
the hospital. police ,. :"i';
Hospital In Gainesville and Is listed in Mayor Joe Warren pointed out that
consideringthe '
with first and second officer acted correctly ,", ",
l fair condition situation at hand, in which the all city employees under union contract '/
degree burns while Bedford was In of hundreds of people could would have to be paid in accordance
r satisfactory condition at Bradford safety with contract guidelines, and w
endangeredMayor
been
Hospital. The youths were filling have would decide
County Joe Warren stressed that the fire committee only
gas cylinders In a shed on the should approach thecommission on tho e city employees not under
plant site when the fire broke out. Lazenby contract Commissioner Wilbur
with those w
I only problemsthe
Joe Lazenby, father of the Injured commission could take action on, Waters added. "If we pay the police,
youth approached the council and should ahead and pay the fire- "iT.
and the discussion did not get heated. we ga (
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen In "
t Starke Warren turned the matter for review men. At least one gas employee
particular questioning policeman'sprimary over to the safety committee of worked during the fire also accordingto i
In times of crisis.
duty Warren.Inarelated
Lazenby contended, "My son was Commissioners Harold Epps matter,commission:
and Bowen.
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picked by Starke police,dumped In Warren of overtime for gave Civil Defense Director Jerry
The question pay
the middle of 301,and told to wait for a off-duty city employees who workedthe Thompson approval to purchase: 21 ..
rescue unit that was never calledYou're for volunteer' emergency worken -
fire was raised and the council pagers
gas
not supposed to drop someone agreed to let the fire committee of and city firemen, at a cost of
Ted Oglesby, Vernon Sllcox. and Fire ,048,110.$5,28818 allocated in the fire
Chief Eldon Sapp decide! which department budget for a telephone
received payment. fire alarm system.
employees
Congratulations To Bud Canova Lengthy discussion preceded the The pagers will be worn on the bland 4
decision, and all commissioners and centrally controlled from a dispatching

& Joey Riggs 1 sf Place Winner And we Bowen could agreed have that done'there it without was no them.way' under Fire station Chief Eldon at the Sapp's fire depart.ment. station "

said he had already off- .
Bowen paid
Robert Dawkins 2nd Place WinnerIn duty policemen for their work duringthe Thompson said the evacuation of i" ;
fire, and Commissioner Silcox residents and the gas fire proceedingscould :
said "1 think you (Bowen) acted hastily have been handled more
Our Ad Contest in paying the overtime and you've efficiently and smoothly If the pagers
had been available.
put,us on the spot.
The pagers will be distributed to
r three regular firemen, three officers
I/lirH/.I1tI6
HE// Chief Eldon Sapp, nine policemen
STOPPED OM wu* PLANET 6lCI i5E w, In MemoryIN volunteer firemen three gas
My tKmi.K NEEDED I.EIINIII/t. S0, employees, and two electric BUS Has 2 inAll-State Band
MEMORY OF GREG SLADE employees.Thompson said the county
Kill
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I WENT TO THE 12-28-78 volunteer fire department currentlyhad

WASH ON HWf'6 Etl/ST. NOW L cbKTJ,4T "I'll lend you for a little while a SI pager In use. The Civil Bradford High School Band boasts the third highest rated French Horn
96INE WFf IT'l child of Mine" God said Defense Director added the pagers player and the fourth highest tuba player in the state,as junior Betsy Yawn and
I T JUST JM "For you to love the while he lives should arrive In about eight weeks senior Lee Felton were named to the All-State High School Concert Band
DO FC* youR CRUISER.NN'T" and mourn for when he's dead. from Motorola. recently.
It may be six or seven years or After auditions In October,Betsy and Lee were chosen for the second: straight
r twenty two or three; TIIK: BKAUPOKD year and will represent BHS at the All-State Band Concert Jan. 6 at the Riverside -
But will you 'till I call him back, ('UVNTTtUoRPII Hilton In Tampa. Audition tapes of each Instrument were sent to college
Take care of him for Me? luilishrd every Thursday professors of music in that specific instrument, and the professors narrowedthe
f 6 d p asO He'll bring his charms to gladden at 135: W.Call Street field down to the top 240 musicians the state. The top 120 make up the all-
O you. and should his stay be brief Starke,Florida 3-0M! state concert band, while the second 120 comprise the all-state sight-reading
/ q q You'll have his lovely memories as band.The Jan.6 night concert culminates a three-day convention of the Florida
solace for.your grief.I Second Closes postage pit idtSUrke.Kloridii Music Educator' Association.BHS .
sc ZIP ON DOWN TO THE GJD K\\','/!< cannot promise he will stay Since
all from earth return. Band Director Dean Cassels says it is a rarity for a student to make all-
KARfiflSH\ /4N0tw rue rctcf BF WITH YI'II! But there are lessons taught down Kates, state two yean In a row,but Betsy has been honored with all-state status three
there I want this boy to learn." Subscription : times having made the all-stateiunlor high band as a freshman. Out of 16 All-
In trade area:t7 per State French Horn players,eight In each band,Betsy ranked third and out of 12AIl..state
y.art"six month Tuba players selected six!in each band.Lee ranked fourth.

Outside trade area Inp The All-State Band is sponsored by the Florida Bandmaster's Association.The .
'r Yea r! .I ill: six month all-state chorus and orchestra will also perform at the Tampa concert

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I I- \ Donations from.... merchants (funded I& wek*. Christmas party
for Head Start School students and the parents of Head Start wanted to
thank all those who mad the party possible
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A special thanks goes to TCY.P which contributed roughly WU*worth
'.. of Christmas toys for the M yowl*'" in the Had Start program Also
A abort briefing Monday Dee. 4, by and Public Defender's official Winn-Dixie gave a load candy; for table-si troata at lha party and
,county attorney Dudley Hardy requested additional courthouse Florida Bank gave *3S. ,
brought the County Commtsaloa up to space expand their local offices and Other businesses WHOM Christmas spirit donations splosd Uw holidays
date on the months-long controversy on Jun 10 the county board elected: to for the preschool children were:
with Circuit Judge Theron Yawn over grant their request by allocating the P Iggly-WIIII1..Nomum'.Market. x eh'.Drag*. OemlewelryPrlestS
-the manner In which pace i.! present grand jury room and It 10,Mallards 5* 10 Ace Hardware,Stumps Department$tee Welt
I 'allocated in the courthouse. adjoining waiting rooms to the state Markey of Lawtey. The Bakery, Eckerd Drugs TeIeeMI.... b.rigt+t '
ft Hardy said he still "feels confident' attorney and office space assigned to Liquor Waters Grocery, eastern Gas, City Fish and Meat Market,
about the county's appeal of the judge cf: the County Court to the Thompktns.
-commission preventing Jude public defender. The decision was Paulette Strong a Head Start parent who requested the donations,said
from allocating space on< made with the board reasoning that "everybody was very nice. to us and to the children this chrI: tma. I
t thesecond! floor of the courthouse as It by law It was required to provide didn't go to any businesses where the people didn't give something for
sees fit. Hardy said a brief of the adequate space for both the State the party."
appeal,which Is now being handled by Attorney and the Public Defender and .. ,..
attendee of the State Association of that the Grand Jury Room and the "". ...' -
County Commissioners SACCx will rooms assigned to County Judge Elzle a ...... .u
*he filed before December 10, with Sanders) were used Infrequently ,
Judge Yawn's answer to the appeal Following the board decision Yawn jA young Heads tart student eant seem to make op her mind. as far as a ws
following. filed a temporary restraining order Christmas. day rqneit goes.She finally decided an a baby doll as did sassy of
Hardy added he expects the court to and then the permanent injunction her female friends.
call for a factflndlna process. The saving Ir ho texts that, the board's by t
s county attorney said he doesn't think effort to unilaterally appropriate '
the case will be tried for another*sin courthouse space dedicated to court'
months at leant. we for another purpose abridges! the' t M ; ;t
.doctrine of separation of powers and + r1 : : ::1 I
The controversy arose after the, Is an unwarranted Intrusion upon the "
Florida legislature passed a law, judicial branch of state government ".
requiring county governments to Yawn's final administrative order
provide and pay for offices for the and permanent Injunction also said
state attorney and public defender, the recent events were turning the ri'EA
and both the state attorney and public courthouse Into something no longer lI
defender requested space In the worthy of the name courthoune,..Into ,,,
Bradford courthouse. Judge Yawn, a beehive of administrative activity to I
who designed the judicial complex the virtual exclusion of the courts/ Y
which occupies the entire second floorof Since that time Yawn has filed a
the new courthouse built In 1868 court order designating veteran
when Yawn was county judge here, Tallahassee attorney Sam Spector as / #
objected when the county commission'> "counselv to'the court while' SACClawyers
wanted to one hearing rooms and the, at the request of Hardy and
grand jury room. the BC Commission took the Bradford a _
In March the Mate Attorney's office appeaL r L_


Thank Goodness for Snakes They are k _Look yvbat I'(oil

I Merchants from all ever town donated goods for the Redstart School
Friends of Man
Says Nature Magazine 'c- Christmsftparty the children get the biggest kick out of the toys give*them
by TO and V.
Thank goodness for snakes Those gas station owner in Virginia employsa u.-C.." .(. ..' n'.QJ.'J);'. ," .-. .". ""I' ......... _., ....";4
who suffer from her opbobla-the six-foot boa constrictor to patrol his
fear of snakes-will be dubious but the, ,station after hours..He hasn't had any N ew f'FA officers that wilt serve the remainder of the year lor tae Bradford
truth Is that snakes are very helpful trouble with prowlers lately. County Blue Cbapter are'front l-c,Secretary Teresa GrlfTU. Reporter Nancy
creatures,' according: to' the current And at a jewel exhibit in Stockholm Bennett, Treasurer Shwrl,Vaniant. Happy .
Sweden, three of the world's deadliest Back. President Butch Faulkner.VicePresident :
issue of Ranger Rick's Nature Maga I''
zine. ,snakes were put Inside the display Dennis Bennett 1
case which held the "Star of Lana Sentinel Ricky Brooker.. Chaplain I
Because they eat rodents, Insects, a gem then valued at$429 000. No burglar Ronnie May. I New YearrTo
and other pests, both poisonous and .alarms were needed. \ ===-- I
harmless snakes are a special friendof I .
the farmer, says the children's
monthly published by the National Norman Attends Phone '
Wildlife Federation. lljiwpy
Class The Wonderful
e,All snake venoms are comprised of I" Company Training... f"q"-\Jr-a"'4T -o "S,', "
Enzymes that attack a bitten victim's",,
perves, blood, or muscles. Scientists Robert Gerald (Bobby) Norman, electronic and digital central l'oncc People Of
Ire now able to isolate some of these switchman: for Continental Telephone switching equipment and PABX's. 11
nzymes to fight disease. Company of the South in Starke Norman has been with the
I, '/ recently completed solid state logic Continental System since 1959. I Bradford
{ Cobroxin. art enzyme from cobra circuitry training at the Continental County'
.nom. is a powerful painkiller forpatients Telephone System Training.Center 'if;! ,
suffering from arthritis can- near Amherst Virginia.
tier, or leprosy. This two-week course Is designed to .

,i Venom'ru Iwti,.- s1 nitttfaMd'tussell's 'e""a equip to: :-on fronlcta3ilound stf,that a generlll.*'"; r"t Sip does not vie.;and fall It' ,; w..' flay d'jjj"ss. 'f ", -"

viper Is used to treat hemo- be able to attend the more technical moves out towards tht surface -
thilia.a blood plasma defect that pre- factory schools dealing with in the spring, in toward "
ents normal clotting. On the other the center in the autumn. ,. '
land, says Ranger Rick, an enzymerom And Every One Of You In,
another viper's venom helps dls-
olve blood clots that can cause heart .

(ttacks and strokes. I .. The New Year

t While some poisonous snakes help --r ,
,light disease-about 210 of the world's
?
19 ? '
:!.600 species are poisonous-others + <, J.R. "Jim' Lawson
Jielp u fight crime Like watchsnakes. A

a! ', ,""",.,I we', molting noise And Family
3 BHS Merit about what great
customer you an.
Happy New Yeorl
Students Named
From r/ie/ Stuff

R.V. Pad Pam J.J..
Bradford High principal. Jim
Duncan, announced that three senior JerrwAJna Allan
btudents at Bradford High have beenJnamed
Durrance
Commended students in the Pump
wenty-fourth annual ((1979)) National & ..
iMerit Scholarship Program.. This 964-7001 Supply Stark., Fl. "I'., 1,1; ,'
shonor recognizes each student's outstanding -
'! performance on the Preliml- !
mary Scholastic Aptitude Test-
Merit Scholarship Qualify- .

EtiOnal which to high was school administered juniors in 'UGJU? aJI]QJ9a ,

: 1977. Letters of Commendation -
were presented to Sarah Biggs
aiarcla Goodge and Francis Knepper.
.1 p ; L.J WmOOV3 3 tl0jUJW]
9 A total of almost 33.000 Commended
students throughout the United States ,
'"are being honored by the National .
Merit Scholarship: Corporation; ,
students in this group represent the !, ( I; \ .
'I"FloridaBankalStarkJ.
top five percent of more,than onemillion I :: .]
participants in the Merit Pro VI ,

gram.scored Although slightly Commended below the students level .. ; \....'"')of:" Will I Pay ::,,:>,,: ,
required for Merit Program partici- i I iI- ; \
pants who were named Semifinalists "
and who will continue+ In the competition s ,. .
for Merit Scholarship to be '''.1fI:,{)'
awarded In 1979. each Commended r. .
student has demonstrated exceptional T1" % : '
academic promise A spokesman for
NMSC stated that the corporation 'I AnwalRata
believes "the high standing of Merit
Program Commended students is an
attainment that deserves their public
recognition. because the nation as, '

well as by these continued students educational,will be benefited and \ >*A? IIA!! -" "".'...A new year bursts, I ,;,' ",,_, on 6 Month Certificate J ,

. personal development 'of their '>' "!<4 I' ", .I ''I '.

: talents." on the scene '. .- Certificates Issued ; '.. i'
On
Rates Guaranteed To Maturity 11 ,
'. '
To increase their opporf titles for .. may it bring success December 28th Through January 3, 979
college admission and fir.:racial aid ; ,1-1 i0 ,:,; .

student NMSC has an opportunity offered each to Commended have identifying and good, health ," .I It'h ., .,, 'These Certificates Are rssu.ed. With A ':Minimum .Investment :
information sent by the corporation "
to two higher education Institutions r' '.' Of 10000. They Are Subject To Existing; Penalties fOf Early ,
In'ad-
ly the student. '
selected '
dition.regionally NMSC accredited makes it U.S.possible colleges for ''to our IITIGI&IYII Withdrawals. :,,Loss Of 3 Months Interest And 'The Payment Of Arty* -1' ,'

. and universities to receive home \ :,
Interest At The passbook Rate. ,
addresses. for Commended students, Remaining to. '
on a cost basis, so that an institution r;'' '.
mal contact any of these promising We. Are Sedan A6oat user ....... JJ ",I' .'
la
young men and women directly. It "
. hoped that recognition of the Com .. '

, mended Program students will serve In each as an year's encournga Met' Florida Bank atj.ev.od SiarkaAl :

: them ment In to obtaining able youth whatever and will Information \ assist _' : "'\: f.t'1] lIU: IIIf!: ( ( (!;, [ at; (iJ Chra i ab.et 004-8fl4-7OO I'

:: .pursue and their assistance; educational they may plans.need to 301 IS. Sl rk.,Fin norm iwmcc w.n.atasAa. +..ianaoemi. 'J 'I!

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TELEGRAPH' Dee.n.ltTS

Life in Speedville Is Not Fast-Paced .' t : ,


Eli : niALS I


J ", ', But Oldest Resident Doesn 't Like Change




But the olden told me I was born on
Save It you've graded ever road driven connect over !toe** I OcL: 10. 1899, so that's the day I
An Easy Way to randy, "
Highway toe with State Road 21 in UM celebrate.

southeastern tip of Bradford County, The olden have stepped away and
you may have wondered about UM dust today" Mary uys.l1ancin.
Dollars and Deaths little settlement of blacks clustered out are her window toward the Old
around the sand hilla just south of Pleasant Grove Church, which was
Grlner Lake and a mile or so wt of fc built by communitY' effort, burned

the Keystone Golf ft Country Club. several years ago, and was replacedby
Pedestrian deaths rose almost 10.000 fewer deaths. Safety cement block building.
22 percent In Florida for January authorities give most of the One of the oldest but least knows) a

through August 197ft as credit for this enormous saving in communities of Bradford County the! Mary has seen many changes over

compared with the same periodin lives to driver observance of the tiny settlement of some ISO: te 200 the span of her lit etlm..- edoeaa'
is known as'Speedvllte"and but Mary
Inhabitant ,
call it "progress
:
1977. And in Bradford Countythe 55 mile per hour speed limit is off the beaten track, about. take much truck with things like men
sharp increase was even which was imposed at the start of far as you can get from Starke and going te the moon"and suchlike." She

more distressing with seven 1974. still remain in the county. calls it "devilment," and compares

traffic deaths from January 1 '' man's mow race to the Tower of
,
through August 31 this year, as It. has been proved that the Those who pass that way (a' Babylon, where the people tried to
shortcut: front Starke' to Melroae, build a tower to heaven. "I've never
compared with only one fatalityin lower speed limit lessens the without having to pass through lived in a world like this one," she
the same period of 1977. chance of death or serious injury Keystone Heights) have undoubtedly sighs.
for someone involved 'n a traffic wondered about the group of black t
settlers In such an unlikely spot-how She liked it better when folks were
At the same time a report by accident. Your chances are only
there and why-whst mesasof and picking cotton-
they got busy growing
the Governor's Highway Safety 50-50( for surviving an accident if support the little colony has-and, ,', until the boll weevil came Jong-and:
I Commission shows that 57 you're travelling 70 miles per above all. how It got the unusual name growing everything they needed to
I percent of the motoring public in hour or faster, but the odds are 7- of Speedville.! Contrary to what some put on the table. But the peach
I Florida ignores the 65 mile per fD.lln your favor at 60 to 70 mph may think, it has nothing to do withspeeding orchards and orange groves died out
than 3>to-l if over the rough graded roadthat because "the young people wouldn'ttake
hour speed limit. On rural and better you're
is as difficult to travel In a long care of them' and now "They
interstate, ft was found that 75 traveling at 5040 mph. dry spell as It is in a prolonged wet don't eat nothing they can't get out of

percent 'of motorists passing spell. Thus. portrait ef Allen speed. whose descendants SAW a brown paper bag," Mary says,
designated monitoring.... were Although the safety factor was populate. the eemeMmlty sf SseedviMe In the eitresnesestheasl snaking her head.
exceeding 55 miles per hour and not the original reason for The name Speedville. has no legal tip of Bradford Ceetty. hangs In the borne ef hiseaeghlerhvlaw.
status, as the little settlement has AraekL "People used to know what they
the national Mary Speed
exceeded 69 miles establishing
10 percent per never been Incorporated, and the were eat in', but not any more," Mary
hour. maximum speed limit, it has name does not appear In deeds as declares blaming many of today's
emerged as a major "fringe property there Is sold by meets and of land where he and hia wits settled near the west shore of Brooklyn Lake illnesses on"Thin,. they're putUn' in
Another disturbing factor is benefit." The 55 limit began bounds. Speed however Is a same and reared their large family. Mary in the vicinity of the present Park ef all this package food today,
married one of Aliens sons, Dwight Palms. But when Keystone Heightswas
frequently heard In the community
the easiest most
that alcohol involvement in fatal initially as and many present day residents still later remarrying after his death. founded in the 1920's and the eM Her disapproval of present day'goings
accidents continues on the effective action a driver could bear the name of Spud town of Brooklyn died out. "Us folks on' Is summed up In her
increase. In 1977, accident take to save on fuel short of Allen Speed had lots of land, and decided to get our own name ef belief that "Every day people are

reports indicate that S4 percentof locking his car up in the garage. Mary Speed Arnold, at 7* the oldest gave some of It"to the people who Speedville so people would know we, gettln' wiser and wickeder.
worked for him. Mary said, "and weren't a part of Keystone, but a think we're just ettin'
those killed in traffic: mishapshad Tests by the Federal Highway member of the Speedvtlle community and Sometimes I ,
multiplied '
been while the Administration indicate that In length of residence, is the oMest the Speed family well-defined separate group of citizens. too smart for our own good, she
drinking her prospered,establishing a
living relative of Allen Speed, declares.
figure in 1974 was 48 percent. motorists can get 17-to-40 father-in-law, who moved to the area community. Mary recalls her youth among "the
One-third of the victims fell percent better mileage by when he was still "just a boy"shortly Mary Arnold sale that Speedvillewas olders of the community. "Everyonewas And no doubt Allen Speed would
within the legal classification of rather than 70. after the Civil War. originally considered a pert of the birthed by a midwife then, and think so, too If he could come back
intoxication with a mean blood- With threatened scarcity and the old Brooklyn community whose post when I came along they forgot to put and see his productive groves and
alcohol concentration at 0.19. A of gasoline! apparently Born a free man Allen Speed was office and railroad station was locatedLETTERS down the day on my birth certificate. orchards replaced by scrub oaks with,
price reared In the settlement then only an occasional backyard garden,
level of.10 is used as the figure to headed for the$1 per gallon mark comprised large-scale planters whogrew and everyone working out at regular

determine when a driver is some time in the future there is .long staple cotton oranges, jobs In the Keystone area.

drunk within the definition of reason enough for observing the standard crops Tike corn and rice and

the law. In some rural counties 55 mph speed limit on grounds of even had peach orchards. Mary But, still in spite enjoys of all her the life changes in the,

blood tests indicated that almost economy alone. Speedvllle area. "Everyone here
100 percent of drivers involved in By hard work and frugal living. KEEP W.MADISON RESIDENTIAL ZONING owns his spot of land, and nearly

fatal accidents had been drinking.In But with the. added benefit of by Allen"working Speed eventually out"to buy saved a lane enough tract everyone is related," she says.FORESTRY.
not only saving your dollars but Gentlemen: I respectfully request that if anappeal
is made In this case the decision
1973. almost 55.000 men. also possibly saving your life and I am Mrs S.J. Flglock of 713 W. of the Zoning Board, deny this -
women and children were killedin the lives of others the 55 mph Cub Pack 318 Madison Street Our home Is located commercial expansion will not be :-
traffic accidents in the U.S. speed' limit appears to be the best diagonally opposite the parcel of landon overruled.

The following year, the total bargain around as we enter the Combines Meetings which rezoning was recently Mrs. F.J. Figlock InBradford
sought to change it from low-density 713 Madison
dropped dramatically to some Year of 1979.
New residential to Community Commercial. Starke, Florida Co.
During Holiday .Although the petition was denied,
I understand there Is a possibility that by Tim LaBelle
this decision of the Board THANKS TO THOSE
City Zoning
Florida Seeing Wisdom Pack 518 had its Dec. and Nov. pack might be appealed to the Board of WHO HELPED SAVE HORSES c
meeting combined due to the
I .. holidays. Adjustment..' I ..,,..,,, :'Gntfcnen"f.ii hall acU tcr-jji ax' rHIMi I f, I BiWIE I 'creature'of habit tha't'he"0"' \ '
'/I i'a '' : "Turndown In this regard, I would like to printout Is, man would often rather fight-or
of Casino Following the flag ceremony the the fact that within one block of Although it has been almost three complain-than change his ways
awards were presented! to several either side of the property in question weeks since my car was hit in Starke,
Cubs. After the meeting refreshmentswere there are two-not one, but two- I really) must thank all the people who That Is very apparent when it
served. purveyors of gasoline which in my helped get my horses out df the horsetrailer. comes to the subject of high energy
In the light of recent Business management is being opinion was a drastic mistake In both prices. While It is true that more
experiences in Atlantic City taken away from local hands and Highlighting the meeting was the cases. alternatives to fossil fuel are needed
presentation of the Arrow of Light On Wednesday Nov. 29, on there is one source that is availableand
Floridians have all the more placed under absentee control Award to Mask Barber. Part of the Why anyone would approve and Highway 301. my horse trailer over- renewable, but virtually Ignored
reason for congratulating with profits siphoned off by out- presentation was Mark reciting/ e permit the installation of a gasoline\ turned as a result'of the above 'except for :home heating;; ,by' the
themselves on turning a cold of-towners. Atlantic City's Scout Law Scout Motto Scout depository into the ground within accident. If,it. had not been.for the, general public. Wood; -
shoulder on legalizing casino architectural gems-the once Promise, and Scout Outdoors Code. 'breathing distance private homes Is wonderful help of the people Starke,
I realize Arabian show horses may not be Florida Division of Forestry
Mark was presented several awards beyond my comprehension my The
gambling last November. grand old hotels that lined the along with the Arrow of Light and a that at the time this was first permitted around today. They literally sawed estimates that over 50 million tons of
The troubles that have boardwalk-are being destroyedto certificate. Taking part in the there was little or nothing any the top off the trailer and got the wood that heretofore was considered
make room for more casinos. presentation was Mark Barber Cub one could do to prevent it because of horses out. I tried to thank everyone useless-scrub oak hardwood culls
hounded Atlantic City since the of the at that involved but I know I couldn't have dead etc.-could be
Master Leslie Folsom. Mr. and Mrs. the poor zoning area salvageable trees :
is for 24 hour
Pressure mounting
opening of its first casino last Winston Barber Mark's parents, and time. thanked them all, nor enough. harvested In this state alone. That Is
May should be a warning to other gambling in spite of early Dean Johns Scout Master for troop equivalent to 60 million barrels of oil.
communities where gambling promises of "a family type 518. Because of the laxity in our city I hope your newspaper could run
resort" made government many lovely areas in this letter as a ",I.nt thank you" to It is hard to believe,but the Division
gambling by
proposals are being promoted as January's pack meeting will be heldon Starke have been all but destroyed. all those helpful people includingtwo also estimates that another 8.9 million
an easy cure-all for the financialwoes promoters in the pre-election Jan. 19. at 7-30 Church West Madison Street and its men who held the horses for me tons-equal to roughly 10.6 million
of cities and states. campaign. The promise to bar of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. .surrounding neighborhood Is one of while I tended to details. They stood barrels of oil-are left annually to rot
"one-armed bandits" (slot One of the events for that meeting will the nicest communities In the city. there with them over a hour until help In the forests as a result of harvesting.
Far from being a neverendingsource machines) has also fallen by the be the annual Father and Son cake Every home here has been nurtured from Ocala arrived to take us back The; waste wood comes from the tree

of instant revenue for the wayside. bake. For information en becoming a "ij-.with;-. ', .!love', and,care.r .. '. there. .foliage..branches; ) and, stumps.,
,
Cub Scout call 473-2164 (Leslie Folsom
ailing resort of'Atlantic City Cub Master), ;- We take pride in our property and Although the accident was a night In the past it wasn't economical to
casino gambling has brought. a In addition to these and other 'this pride can be seen from all angles. mare. I will always remember these harvest the various "waste wood"
flock of problems in its wake. difficulties the New Jersey This is a home neighborhood. Had it kind people whenever I drive through because oil and gas were cheaper and
new General has leveled --4-HNews- {(not been so, we would not have Starke again. readily available. That Is changing.
Among the new headaches. Attorney !'invested our time and money here. Marti Price however and the forest Industry has
which are making life somethingless serious charges against Resorts 1300-H Hunter Rd. aggressively sought methods to

than pleasant for permanent International the only casino in January 5 and 6 Important dates Let me say at this point that we are ,. Charlotte, N.C. harvest the wood-and to utilize It-
residents of the resort are a operation at this time and has for 4-H and FFA Youth. not "Johnnies Come Lately" tryingto more economically.
recommended that it be denied change things to suit ourselves. We
steep rise in the rate of a Bradford and Union 4-H and FFA ,are long-lime residents of Starke. Editor: Apparently they are accomplishingtheir
prostitution as well as increasing permanent license. A year-long Youth who Intend to show a pig in the The staff and faculty at Bradford'High goal. No fewer than 25 Florida
narcotics and robbery arrests. investigation conducted by the Bradford-Union Swine Show at the Yes, we have our problems on School are appreciative of the forest industries now use bark, wood
Land speculation has sent prices state alleged that the firm had Bradford County Fair March 29, are Madison Street. The heavy traffic on community support that has been evi- chips and-or waste wood as a sourceof '
soaring forcing out the elderly ties to organized crime and reminded their fee and application SR-100, racing to and from U.S. 301. dent during the past months. fuels to fire their boilers for steam
have been forms are due In the countvAaent' 'brings' with it the awful noise of the or electricity Some of the companies:
the poor and part of the middle public hearings Office or High School Ag. and meshing of use these materials ) someas
grinding and
The efforts actions by the complet.Ir.
class from their homes scheduled. to determine whetherthe Instructor by Friday. January 5, Also gears coupled with the deadlytblue Starke Police Department and the a supplement to
condominiums and apartments firm should be allowed to they must bring their pig by Homer emissions from the gas tanks makes Sheriffs Department have been

as casinos seek to take over the continue operations in New Harts Store"Moonlight Enterprises" life a little hard to bear at times. particularly helpful .to the main- The DOF believes the conversion to
territory. Jersey. If Atlantic City is to between and 11 a.m. Jan. s. .VMease. believe me when I say there tenance of. a safe school and community wood energy can be made by other
are times when you can hardly Industries as well. Many of the forest
avoid the problems that harrass environment. Far too often
the air on Madison Street. industries produce more wood waste
True there has been LAS Vegas these charges must l1zrnLfL1L! ( ( breathe services performed by law enforce- for
some job What we need Is some measure of ment officers go unnoticed and sometimes than they can use 'energy
increases with about 1.000 of the be resolved and the law strictly ] help. There is not one home in our unappreciated but only a production and are looking for
((
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city's previously estimated 4.000 enforced right from the start. ( immediate area that has not been moment's reflection of what it wouldbe markets for this byproduct.So .

finding work but barricaded against the noise the like without the protection Is
unemployed William, S. Haas fumes and the stench of gas the technology and fuel are
'In the meanwhile Florida By deadly enough to make us realize the need for
most jobs have been in the lower. may Officer going east and west the services. available. What Is needed now are ,
pay brackets, with most of the continue to congratulate itself Service industries that are ready to start

skilled better-paying jobs going that it did not add the problems Must we now have this condition all Thanks again for jobs well done. doing something about reducing the i
to outsiders brought in to operatethe of casino gambling to those we day and all night, without let-up? Is use of fossil fuels and therefore
gaming tables. already have. Veterans desiring to upgrade less there no point at which the planners Jim Duncan Principal reducing our nation's dependence on
than honorable military dischargescan and zoners can say "This far and no other countries resources.
now find brief descriptions ofuses further? Have we, the homemakers Bradford High School
similar to their own. at some no rights at all?" The Division of Forestry Is
Veterans Administration (VA) currently developing a program' to
pRIQ, offices. As a service to veterans, VA I realize that many mistakes have L.calCld.ea. Help with BREC encourage this transition. One way
now has copies of decisions in the been made in the not too distant past the agency can help is by compiling a .-
.
p liijiql1BOB Defense Department's 'discharge to the detriment of the homeowner. '-n...unas Project list woOd-users who have an excessof
ut review Index file available for public Please. let us not make one more. Too residue and then putting these
Inspection in 20 cities around the many people will get hurt property Through the generosity of Bradford people in contact with others who are,
country. The index Is available at the values will l slide down the drain. County businesses and Individuals, or potentially could be In the market
C VA office In St Petersburg, Florida.. People I know will just, shrug in Christmas was made brighter for for 1t.For
H. FEftQUSON JOHN M. MILLER desperation and say, what does anybody several low Income families IB
i By matching cases In the index with care? Bradford County area this year.
d Publishers their own military situations the Through gifts of food toys and cash Information about the program,
veterans or their representatives may contributions these public spirited contact the Florida Division of
Pudl.Md.schh Thursday and* Class Matter of documents made it possible for these Forestry Wood Energy Coordinator,
entered as second then request copies case If the! petitioners for the change intoning families
with individual identities deleted) to receive baskets which Collins Building Tallahassee 32304.
st t the Post Office st $cark. Fla. of a/9. [ Intend to get' Into heavier
under Act March,3.1 of Defense. The 'made their holiday season happierand
from the Department commercialism, it will no longer be Leiters of appreciation are being
material may be useful in preparing aveteran' the gasoline sales and light work onera more meaningful, sent to each contributor who so ,
i Subscription ,nste in traoe er.*''r Per Year: '4 Six Months'; own request for a review of' but a complete new ball game generously participated In theproject
Us or her discharge. with no holds barred.And hay to you?' Suwannee River Economic Council Community Outreach'staff
Outside trade : 'O Per Yew and
area. 4" Six Months.I once the restrictions are broken Community Outreach Center are members are Ms. Lillian Gumming,
most for the business and
grvatful
the go-ahead signal
get center
I town.-oncethey.. director and Mrs. Sylvia
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+ nay', u Gail McKinney. Coleman and William Coleman United In Marriage. Dec. 15

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? 'n.\ ..y. 1h;. kv'.t; '; Gall McKinney Coleman of Waldo, i and centered with a three tiered wedding '
"Jr.\'I..,1\ < daughter of the tate Rev and Mm.Laurie cake topped with flowers In light
'; / McKlmey Starke, and pink and dusty rose. The cake was : J1
WUUam Hubert Coleman of Waldo flanked with two pewter five branched
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coleman of i candelabra with burning pink .- .. .
Starke were united In marriage Fri tapers. Cutting the cake were Mrs.
day.Dec. is,at 7 p.m. in the Auembly Wayne Prevatt and Mr*. Bob Cooper. ". j 9
of God church with Rev. Bob, Cooper 1'heUnch) : table wa covered with a .;
performing the nuptial*. beige lace cloth over dusty rose liner -' t.:,
0 Centering the altar was a brass and:was centered with a crystal punch It''
arch flanked by palm and yucca:: bowl on a pedestal. Mrs. Clifford :
tree against a background of two Martin presided at the punch) bowl. :f'
bras spiral candelabra greenery and Mrs. Ed. Conway kept the bride's
candles. .book at a table covered with the same .
Nuptial music was presented! by colored cloth and held a candle stick, "
Mike Underwood pianist and Mrs. book and pink feather pen.
Buster Hughes, soloist Following a wedding trip to Disney I
a p Gary Nolan Coleman Jr., son of the World the couple is residing Waldo. wI
+ bride, wa best man. Ushers were bThe bride Is a doctor's assistant, I
David Manning, Ed Conway and Gary Felo's office. -I : f
,, Perry. Mr Coleman is employed at the a ,
Miss Apryl Joy Coleman attendedher rity of Waldo. ft
mother as maid of honor. She t
.j wore a long gown at dusty rose ac UDC to Meet Jan. 3 \ .
d' with lace collar. She
cented a beige
carried a silk floral arrangement of At 1
T' light and dusty rose, silken hair with Holiday Inn s iH

beige streamer The United Daughter of I '"
., The bride, given In marriage by her Confederacy will hold their monthly
l brother, Charles McKinney, wore. a meeting Wednesday afternoon, i ", C.. 1
long gown of qlana knit In dusty.. January 3,at the Holiday Inn at:3 p.m. ; I
.h with long sleeves V-neck and Hostesses will be Mrs. Floreld
I gathered at the waist with an elastic Spears, Mrs. G. J. McGriff and Mrs. ,
belt She wore a light pink and dusty Elzle Sanders.
rose silk floret headpiece and carriedan
arm bouquet of leather leaf fern ,
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and dusty rose silk flowers with beige sl '
streamers. Po"a! @ f ti"n'v
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A reception was held In the church r, r
Fellowship Hall where potted greenery
was placed at points of Interest. Mrs. Merrill Edwards, Mrs. James'
The bride's table was covered with Kitchens Ricky Edwards and Susan
beige lace cloth over dusty rose liner ,Talcot spent last weekend at Miami
Mr and Mrs. Stanley Reddish Beach and attended the Oral Roberts dw

,meeting there.

I Christine Lewis and Stanley Reddish Repeat Vows Dec. 16 > Mr.and Mrs.L.C. Cellon of Alachua
were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. William Coleman
Paul G, Brown.
Christine Leona Lewis, daughter 01 spray of flowers matching the color 01 on the punch tables. The main food
i Mr. and Mrs. Vincent D. Lewis, the wedding.The table was centered with a long center Mrs. Harry Mooty was Sunday
became the. bride of Stanley Drew bride, given in marriage by her piece of pink carnations, heather, overnight guest of her cousins, Mr. ,
Reddish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Drew F. father, wore a long sleeve dacron cranberry tipped miniature carnations and Mrs. Milton St.Peter and famUy Cindy Gissy
Reddish, all of SUrke on Saturday, polyester organza gown trimmed with cranberry snapdragons and in Gainesville.

Dec.Church 16,at in the 7 p.m.First with United Rev.Methodist George around chantilly the lace wrists.all over Two the panels bodice down and white Mrs.fuji Mike pompoms.Macy, Mrs. Doug Johns, K" : >>;*: ,-::::::::::::. :::.;.:r.--io'I: ,:::::::: :.v: To Study In LondonCindy

Harper performing the nuptials.Mrs. the front of the with Mrs. W.H. Edwards, Jr. and Mrs.
gown separated d Card
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Inez Green, organist Miss pleated Inset and around hem of dress W.R. Royster, Jr. cut and served the f$ > | Cissy, daughter of Mr. and
Laurie Trofemuk, pianist and Bill with attached chapel train.She wore a bride's cake ..:(I'A$' ".=;..i$.".' ._'n.. Mrs. Joe Cissy of Starke will leave
McRae, soloist presented a programof gold chain necklace a gift from the Debbie M. Coty, Lisa Reddish and f Jan. S for London, England to
nuptial music. groom. Her long veil of chantilly lace Cindy Glssy cut the groom's cake : rI participate In a six-month study '
The foyer of the church held two'' matched the gown. She carried a classic presiding at the punch tables were The- family of Charles Savage f 1'' program.
three-branch gold candelabra with cascade of minuet .roses, stephanotis Mrs. Vernon Reddish Mrs. John appreciates all done by friends, VA a Some 80 Florida State University
burning tapers. Highlighting the altar and heather. Arthur Reddish, Mrs Mike Reddish, Hospital, Roberts Care Center, students will participate in the
were gold arch, spiral, cathedral and, A reception was held In the church Mrs. Jim Reddish and Mrs. Glen Alachua General Hospital, Archer- I J sponsored by the American
tree candelabra with burning tapers. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. T.L Casey, Jr. Reddish. Tanner Funeral Home Thanks for Institute for Foreign Study.
flowers food at the time of
'prayers,
Containers held cranberry snapdrAgons greeted the guests at the door and ,
pink carnations, white fuji Invited them lathe punch and food Others assisting were Mrs. J.F:' ,.death" Classes will be held at the London
mums, gladiolus and deep cranberry'hroughout ) tables. Miss Jennifer Haas and Miss Mitchell; 'Mrs. Joe Cissy,' Mrs1! ,,'t' '" "Mrs.Charles Savage Campus of Florida State unlveraltr.at ,

'{' W ,1 f Kathy Lehaye kept the bride's1'tartane.WUUamLewis., Mrs. Phyllis Lewis.? :;;', _"'1<"......<.....'.......DaothyandAr: 4!:.' 1' Maria Assumpta
ih2 Choir loft.: Two fi urge; The two colonial urns used In the Mrs. Olin White, Jr., Mrs-; Clyde Sin-t'ir d' t **IL-reld*{ Jrlmet; dQrndtory at I* ,'f t'
white colonial urns filled with white church were placed on each side of the clair Mrs. S.G. Denmark and Mrs: t 1- Cot tesmore .
gladiolus, pink carnations, cranberry bride's table. All the tables for the George Roberts, Jr. -> y. Miss Gissy is a. senior at FSU \
snapdragons, white fuji mums and reception were covered with cran- Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. directed the CARD OF THANKSThe Cindy Glssy majoring In Early Childhood and
pompoms were placed on each side of berry ounces overlaid with white wedding and Mrs. Joan Chitty was In Elementary Education.
the gold arch. Flower pew markers Army-Navy cloths and draped with charge of the reception. kindness and sympathy of .
were used in the bride's chosen colon. green garlands. Two silver candelabra Cynthia Agin. Maria Reddish, neighbors and friends in our recent
Mr. Reddish attended his son as holding cranberry snapdragons, Stacey Reddish and Ashley Reddish sorrow will always remain with us asa
best man. Ushers were Tommy and pink and cranberry tipped miniature passed out rice bags. precious memory. Our sincere "
Doug Reddish, brothers of the groom carnations, white pompoms and heather The bride and groom are both thanks and gratitude for all their
Greg Reddish, cousin of the groom and burning tapers were placed attending the University of South Florida prayers, flowers,food and comforting
and junior usher, Gordon Ivey, on each Ride of the wedding cake. in Tampa. The groom spent two>> acts. j
nephew of the bride. The bride's chosen colors were used years In the U.S. Navy. Family Joe Sweat HAVE A HAPPY
Mrs. Leroy Ennis attended her w.
sister as matron of honor. She wore a
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empire waist, pleated skirt In cran-
berry with a matching chUfon cape. ". ..11\0\\\,. .. IJ iI :. "
She carried a nosegay of minuet \: ,, '" ." ';;1; i'b" ., .' 1.J.1": :. ,
roses, heather pink and cranberry : I "
tipped miniature carnations and fuji ,
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pompoms.
Bride's attendants were Mrs. Bruce < t-J,' ';J,;..tf'" l.;'!
Mr. Charles Agin, sisters of the "' ";
brie, Miss Terry Harward and r .
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to the honor attendant, and they :.f., A A
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carried nosegays of pink and cran-
berry tipped carnations, heather and it. .
various shades of pompoms. The
junior attendant carried a miniature ,JI
nosegay matching the other atten- (', ".
dants. '.'1; : ,
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Harriet Riherd an Thomas Haynes ,


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_IIfTTa I The home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. length train had a scalloped' hemline
I Riherd In Lake Butler was the settingfor and was edged with lace. Her head- ,
the marriage of their daughter, J piece was a lace half hat that secured
I Harriet Phillips Riherd. to Thomas her chapel length veil edged with
Barry Havnea, ion of Mr. and Mrs matching alencon lace. She carried a
I Thomas E.. Haynes of Florence Ala. cascade of white roses and holly. t
t'r on Friday, Dec. 22, at 6:30: p.m. with A reception was also held at the
JJ Rev Melvin Owens of Lake Butler Riherd home. Mrs. Rhea Perry of
First Baptist Church officiating. Mount Hope Ala, the bride's aunt
The candlelight ceremony took kept the bride's book.
J place in front of the fireplace which The bride's table was covered witha
was decorated with a sash of poln- lace cloth and centered with a
settles bride's cake a fruit cake that was / ,,iaA 6 I'If
Ms. Cheryl Mooneyham of Lake decorated with holly and flanked by
Butler, presented a program of candelabra decorated with hollv.'tn.
car T nuptial. music. Brooke Douglas, sister of the bride,
Mr Haynes attended his son as best ., cut the cake. Mrs Connie Riherd cut
man. the groom's cake.
All the men wore traditional black Punch was served by Miss Jeanne
tuxedos set off with a red carnation McGIll and Mrs.Marl Weller,sister of
r boutainnaire. :the bride.

Ms. Debbie Scott of Brooker Following wedding trip to Atlanta
attended as maid of honor. She wore a and Gatllnburg, Tenn. the couple Is
Christmas red gown. She residing at 420 N. Dean Rd., Apt. 228,
carried a candle encased In cut glass Auburn, Ala.
crystal, encircled at the base with The bride graduated from P.K.
., Among those attending the Hospital Auxiliary tea Friday were (lor' Mr. holly and accented with green velvet Yonge Lab School In Gainesville and
j Maxle Carter,Sr..social chairman Mrs Maxle Norton. 8r., nurses aide Cora ribbon. received a BSBA degree from Auburn
Williams office supervisor, Mn Klert Sundmadee, Mrs. Louln Redding Tony The bride given In marriage by her University, Auburn, Ala., In June
Rose, hospital administrator Mrs Sarnl Sarntlnoranont and hospital Auxiliary father wore a gown of candlelightsatin 1978.
president. Mr*. Jerome rrick. Mr, Pete G. Felon. a past president pouring and organza, featuring an Mr. Haynes graduated from the
coffee. empire bodice of alencon lace and a University of North Alabama in Florence
wedding ring neckline. The sleeves of Ala. He is Microbiologist-In-
:, Hospital Auxiliary Holds Annual Tea candlelight chiffon were full with charge Bruscellosls Lab Dept. ofAgriculture
alencon lace appliques down the of Industries, Auburn,
The library of the Bradford County candy canes. A silver coffee service sleeve and on the cuffs. The chapelMUMMMMMUM "Afa.
Hospital was the setting for the annual was placed at one end of the table and
tea on Friday given by the Bradford silver and
crystal trays held Christmas + ) Senior Citizens .*MMMMJMMOur .
County Hospital Auxiliary.The cakes candies, cookies and

...' tea honoring the staff, doctors goodies.In ever Joyful Christmas party 'Paul Krieger, but other conditions of
and wives was held from, !tt a.m. to ::1 the hall outside of the library Dec. 19 with the attendance of 57 the most pressing need have forced
., pm. and was hosted by members of punch was served from a table also elderly persons was spiked up him to take this drastic step. We have
theuiliarv.. covered with lace cloth red Immeasurably by the Inclusion of a called an executive board meeting to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haynes
a
over door prize donated by Bill Richards, audit Paul's financial records and
,'\1. liner. The punch bowl was encircled chairman of Committee.Book all secretarial data In his
The tea table covered with a white our Library accept now
'lace cloth over red liner WAS centered with holly. took classes on pottery at the ,possession Kingsley Lake Baptist To Show 2 Watchnight FilmsThe
with a red and white carnation renter- pproximately 100 guests enjoyedthe Santa Fe Community College's.Senior
piece which was Interspersed with affair Citizens Community projects two Inlerclub News Kingsley Lake Baptist Church motion and time lapse photographythe
years ago. Among the enormous Sometime In January our board of will have a Watchnight service amazing properties and value of
number of pottery endeavors he built directors will meet with the Bradford beginning Sunday night, December 31 the natural resources upon which we
a model sized clay church with a spire County Concerned Citizens to discuss at 7:30: p.m.During are totally dependent for life. The
I Steve Futch Passes State ExamsPhillip Crucifix on top,stained glass windows and formulate policy regarding a the service two films films show the necessity for a
and lights. I unified approach toward establishinga entitled"Where the Waters Run" and spiritual rebirth and the Christian
Steven Futch has recently took this Dec. Mrs. Mae Cosgrove drew the multi-purpose senior citizen's "Facts of Faith" will be shown. These assurance of the resurrection of the
4 In
past
Jacksonville.
been notified of his successful Futch also winning number. Her receipt of this center within Bradford and Union films are produced by the Moody body.
passage successfully passed the beautiful followedby Institute of Science of Is Invited to and be
Whittier
of the Florida State Board Examination Florida State Board examination for inspiring gift was ;counties. Everyone come
for Funeral Directors, which he Embalmers in Dec. many envious eyes. California. with us during this special night of the
attended 1977. Futch Santa Claus visited us via Mrs. Titles 3-5-20 of the Older AmericansAct These productions show In slow year
a of
year Gupton-Jones Virginia G.Shannon and her son. Bob, of 1965 will be scrutinized to find
Mortuary College Atlanta Ga'I and who presented us with a check for $30 what action can be taken as to
served become four years of Internship to from Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of concrete steps In the endeavor towarda waaeaavszssaraavsastt Obit unriesJulia ................; .
eligible to take the Starke, to provide some good things to multi-purpose center.
examinations eat and soft drinks at our Christmas C.8andel Johns, who was disabled, was
'The Internship involved working at party. This was really an unusual Our executive board will meet Julia C. Sandel, 83, of Lake Butler beaten with fists and left for dead In
NZn a local funeral home and fulfilling did Dec. in Alachua his home. He was found August 19 and
surprise which uplift our spirits.We Tuesday, Jan. 2, at 10 a.m. at Pratt died Saturday 23
duties designated by the State of gratefully received this gesture of Street Recreation Center to lay plans General Hospital of Gainesville after admitted to University Hospital
Florida. Futch is required to renew goodwill engendered within the Spiritof for our club's activities in the next a brief Illness. where he died of complications from
his licenses yearly by staying activeIn Christmas. three months. Mr. Vernon Olin will Born In Bushnell, Mrs. Sandel lived the beating said Bass
the funeral business. He is at the Visitors were Veronica O'Done of preside. most of her life In the Worthington According to the Duval Sheriff'soffice
youngest age possible In which he Starke, Lucy Lawson of Starke, Springs Lake Butler area; was a the only Item taken in the
could acquire these licenses In the Lillian Seals of New Jersey, Evelyn Make a New Year resolution to member of the Worthington Springs robbery was Johns watch.
State of Florida. Futch stated he Vaughn and Bill Lahn of Hampton, meet with and join your Senior Women's Club, Ladies Auxiliary of
entered the funeral profession Steve and Sue Angelovitel of Citizen's clubs in Starke and Sardls Baptist Church and was a Louis E, McReynolds, 8r.. 72
because he felt the public needed Philadelphia and Mrs. Starkey of Hampton member of the Sardls Baptist Church
someone they could rely on In time of Keystone Heights. All these elderly i of Worthington Springs. Louis E. McReynolds. Sr., 72, died
need. people will reside in the Keystone, VA happy, healthy and prosperous Survivors Include one daughter Saturday afternoon,Dec.23, following .
Futch is a 1973 graduate of Bradford Starke area. for the winter and spring !iNew Year to the Telegraph' staff and ,Kathryn R..Davifand one son, DavlqE *,"" a lingering illness LakeJohnson I(
High School and may serve as>* licensed Funeral Director and Unfortunately our secretary- Joe KerrlganIUtnrtizsatrilrtlzslnrllzalralUgixel Butler; seven grandchildren and six Lake Geneva Mr. McReynolds
Embalmer in the state. He the moved here In 1972 from Miami. Born
anywhere treasurer of North Central Florida great-grandchildren.
is at the DeWitt Dec 26 April 26. 1906 in Jellico, Tennessee-
presently employed Coalition of Senior Citizens has Services were held Tuesday
C. Jones Funeral Home where he has resigned. We will sorely miss Mr. at 11 a.m. in Sardls Baptist Church Kentucky, Mr. McReynolds was a
Steven Futch worked since 1972. with Rev. Perry Gorman and Rev. retired master electrician from the
P,R. Graham officiating Burial was aircraft industry at Miami Airport.
In Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the Survivors Include his wife, Evelyn
direction of Archer Funeral Home of Gurley McReynolds, of Lake Geneva;
.. three sons: Louis E. McReynolds,Jr.of
I. Lake Butler.
antRobert
Keystone Heights Paul P.
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al 0ffff L. McReynolds both of
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'. .' l Beland B. Johns, of Lake Butler McReynolds of Shelbyvllle., Ky., Paul
died Friday Dec. 22, In University McReynolds of Lexington, Ky.,
,r Hospital as the result of a beating he Phillip B. McReynolds of Port
sustained in his Jacksonville home Orange, Fl..and William McReynoldsof
'. August 13.Arrested. Sterling, Ky., and one sister, Mrs.
and placed in the Duval Alleen Jones of Verda, Ky., and four
County Jail on a charge of second grandchildren.
f' murder is Daniel Hum Funeral services were held
degree Joseph
'i" 1979 is ringing with promise! May it phries, 22, of Jacksonville. Accordingto Wednesday afternoon Dec. 27, In
be filled with love and joy! homicide investigator G.A. Bass, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Keystone
Humphries had already admitted the Heights with Rev. Dennis White
." STARKE MOTOR PARTS August 13 robbery and was out on officiating Burial was In Keystone
bond awaiting trial when Johns died. Heights, Cemetery.
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I more Headstart,from page one -- --- .11IIIII ...-r-'1- _,----.,....., ......_. -- uses 21t. It71I TELEGRAPU-- raceM_-

parents. For instance, a parent of Iliad Start goods Mrs. Jenkinsremembered with handicapped children and local funding for I the eight county.....
seme of the parent don't arrive each child has to attend the medical leaving the pro ri.m, sources are expected to provide a 20 Including federal and local monies
when school closet but Mrs. Jenkins parental working and unable to tale checkups with their youngster."We without a home bhe credits Bill percent match. The Bradford local and services \Is roughly S24S.OUO. or
gays she and the other teachers care of young children. want the parents to get" Wilson a civic leader in Lawley, and match comes from In-kind services -. about 'I.T.tI PIT child annually. That
don'tobject be Head
The Head Involved and part of Start, present Bradford County Commissioner volunteer work and classroom spaceat make the Bradford Head Start
Start staff
also Include Mrs. Jenkins. said. "We feel that
by
Hazel Paulk with RUE for Instance. The total annual swi.ooo
helping a portion roughly a
"flu can keep the kids associate year.
a little teachers Edith Smith and their coming to the checkups they can drive by Head Start and the
longer it makes you feel good when a Myrtes Reeves assistants Sarah better understand the needs of their parents J
single mother who has been on Morris and Margaret Mcllae. and children and also. know what we are Concerned Citizens' group that led to
welfare Is able to go out and get a Job cooks Ollie Brewton. and Mabel doing here." a grant that funded the renovation of
after her child gets into Head Start Tyson. The teachers aren't accredited Alter Its rather Inausplcous debut In the Heno area and the classroomsused
said Mr. Jenkins ever-smilng) caretaker school instructors but M.... Jenkins Bradford in two Head Start grew Into by among others Head Start PgUld Lang r
for the roughly 20 children in said she has received training in early a school year nine month program In The program now makes use of three t' ye
her class. "I just wish we could take child development and schooling in 1971 In the back wing M the RJEcenter. RUE classrooms, and the cafeteria,
more children. We get calls every day workshops put on by the Suwannee It' was moved to Ellison Federal funding comes from the
from people who need something like River Economic Council. (SREC), the Elementary School for two years but Department of Health. Education .
WI'for their kids." administrators of the local Head Start when that school was purchased by and Welfar and Is administered ,
She said Head Start had to weed branch and has also taken classes at the state as a prison addition Head through the SREC office In Live Oak. 4rQA
through about 250 application last Santa Fe Community College to go Start was back at RJE Then disaster That office Is responsible for 144 Head '
year to fill the 54 spots the federal along with her A.A. Degree in Start children in an eight county area.It .
governmentsponsors In Bradford. elementary education.The struck.fire at the old school center got a total Federal grant of $173.500 ,
That doesn't count the pleas that attractions of Head Start are destroyed roughly $9.000 worth of this year plus a 123.000 grant for work ,
come In after school has started but obvious. Jt Is a cheap baby titter that -.
it's rare to have a student drop out of provides care three free meals a day I
the program during the year. pre-school instruction and eves:
"We could fill 54 slots in Lawtey medical cam. Health Department 4IWPY $aW )tMr
alone," according. to the Head Start Superintendent Joyce Rieherd visits /
teacher. the school once a month to administerfree
Choices: are made by an Income checkups and local optometrist
guideline that rates the financially D.W. Whlffen gives annual eye checks : '
disadvantaged applicants and those to the students at no charge. .,
least able to afford alternatives like "Those two people have been a
day care centers are selected. Also 10 great help to us," Mrs. Jenkins. AJJ 4.
percent of the students are required to admits
be handicapped youngsters as To Insure that Head Start.Is not Justa
Head Start receives funds for dealing babysitter the school adheres to
with the handicapped. What this federal guidelines that require rF I .-...
leaves out as Mrs. Jenkins notes. Is volunteer work and participation by a Were starting off the New Year by
children not so low on the poverty 0
singing the praises of all friends. T.p. .
charts; but with both (lor the onlv our .

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Holidays Include FAMILY
Wednesday. December 20, through
Monday, January 1, 1979. with a DISCOUNT
return classes on Tuesday,January
2, 1979. All parents, students and STORES
volunteers at Southside are wished a
good and safe holiday, and we look
forward to the return to school on :

Tuesday., January 2, .1979. ;
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The State Assessment Test results
of the tests which were given in : .
October 1978 to students In grades
three and five will be in the hands of dr Iirt
the third and fifth grade teachers. .
after the holidays. All parents of r rh I ,p I
students in grades three and five at 1, 5S 'JI'
Southside are Invited to contact their
child's teacher after the Christmasand 1V'ss

New Year's holidays and arrangean 4PC9IK1t4/M 'r
appointment to come to school to sea sHave
discuss the test results and to receivea \ Tfys tap S lc.ad r
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written copy of their child's test to
take,home. a great New
Year's celebration!
Any parent who does not come to We're grateful for let DRESS -J fJS
receive their copy prior to January 29, In SLACK '
1979, will have the test results sent 'your patronage
home with their child's third six- 78. and SLACK 1.00
week's report card. All parents are DELANO THOMAS
encouraged to come talk to the 2 SLACKS 8.88
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very Important because It may affectwhethera Steve Simmons /.OQMori9uyt POLYESTEREKNIT 1
third .lU .grade.clilld d' JttA. Stcond' '"!!LACKS FOR MEN -"', :Ji:
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night LAWTEY---: : ( and Mrs. Olin Baxley and family, Mr. MIA and Uiamw Miss Bennett Darlene Bennett of Bristol of
Union 6 Rev. James Rob of Mr and Tenn.,
CHURCH OF GODSunday: School Training p.m. Banley Mlddleburg few days with
: 10 a.m. Worship Services a.m. and Fairish, pastor.Thechwrch ty Elisabeth Terry Mrs. Herbert Hunter family of St. Lake Butler spent Mrs. Joyce a Bennett.Reggie
handed out the bags and Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. their mother,
Harry
1 p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE Phone Jaz..33O Norman, of Ingtlsh, was a
the Christmas Wllkerson Mrs. NarcJ Griftls and
Wednesday at 7 p.m. presented program on ,
The church presented Its Christmas Monday Dec. 18th.NOKTHSIDK Chamberlin, met th.*n thww. Rev. and Mr. James Starling and girls, Mrs Darlene Norman were Sunday supper guest of his mother,
Program Wednesday night Dec 30. BAPTIST: Sunday Mr. and Mr. Bobby Dyal and familY Jimmy and Robin. Mrs, Inn Christina dinner nests of Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Norman, and grandmother
daughter, Dawn of Kelly, Rev and Mrs. Charles Starling Mr*. Carl PrevatL
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services JackconvUln Mrs. Eugene: Taylor and family on
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.M. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting spent the weekend with !Uwir parental and family Mr. and Mrs\ Jerre Saturday Dec. 23.
a.m. and p.m. Training Union p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. !\fl'. and Air. Leo Dyal and Leonett. Starling Mr.andMrs.Lacey- Norman Mr. Mr*. Ronnie McClellan and Lawtey Elementary
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. ,The church presented their Mr. and Mr*. D. R. Brown end were Christmas supper guest of Mr. family of Vidalia Ga., Mr*. Margie School Men.
The Christmas program was Christmas program on Sunday night children and their mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Norman and their Reddish and children Donald
presented Tuesday night Dec. It. Dec 17. Lucille T. hey were Chrism day mother Mrs. Ola Starling. Randall and Vickie, of Stark, and MONDAY,Jan 1: New Year's Day.
FAITH. .SMYRNA MISSIONARY dinner guests of tier daughter, Mr, Major and Mrs.' RuwellUne and Buddy Revel of Keystone Heights, No School. ,
BAPTIST: Radio Programon BAPTIST: Sunday school 10 am. Wyolene Day and sort KjttQ) ', of daughter./ Jacqueline Miss Erma were Sunday Christmas dinner guest TUESDAY, Jan 2: Hot dog on bun,
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Starke Bible School, Worship Services II a.m..nd 1 p.m. Jacksonville ., Wilson, of Sumter S.C. who was a of heir parents, Mr. and Mr. Les mustard, ketchup, baked beans, cole
106.3 at 8 10
a.m. Sunday Services 11 a.m. and BTS 9:43 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mr*. Mark .1C.a,. matt guest of the Lines far 2 month theirparents McdeUan. Other guest during the slaw, pear half.WEDNESDAY.
6:30 a.m. Worship Wednesday 7 p.m.rEMONALS children Mr. Robert Kelly Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter lines of day were Mr and Mrs. Robert !: Jan. 3: Beans with
6:30: p.m. Prayer A.E. Meeting Pastor.Wednesday Angela Culllmore, Martin a*d. Kelly Reading, penna will visit the Wilson McCUUan and son Jeff. ham seasoning, rice, turnip greens,
:Mr.p.m.and Mrs.Massey Charlie RoblnMM and Cuiiimore, Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly for today*. Their mother, Mrs. Mabel Rev. and Mrs. Lester Austin and purple biums, cornbread, butter. ,
sun, Chuck Pierson. Fla. attended : and son Justin, of Jacksonville. Mr Boyette,.and their brother-in-law and family Mr. and Mrs. Andrew milk.
revival service Saturday nlte and Mrs. Maine Grim and children and Mrs Earl Troxell and Miss Lisa later Mr and Mr*. Hal Hamilton, McOombs.Mr. and Mrs Jim Mitchellof THURSDAY, Jan. 4: Fried chicken,
visited Elder Frank Ellerker and wife and Mr. Danny Grlffi and daughter Ekard of Starke. were Sunday dinner and Mr*. Wend Smyth and u Jacksonville. Giles Mitchell, mashed potatoes with gravy, green
of Hollywood, Sunday a.m. of Palatka were supper guests of her guests of Mr. and Mr.George Kelly daughter Elizabeth, of Jacksonville, Martha Smith, and Eddie Framton beans, peaches, hot rolls and butter,
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School mother, Mr*. Nellie Wilkinson and Mr. and Mr*. Reddy Cox spent the their sister Mr. Don Egan of Palm Henry Mitchell, and Miss Trlxie milk.
9:43: a.m. Worship Service It a.m. sister, Mrs. Daisy Bach Saturday weekend with their parent Mr. and Valley, were Christmas dinner guests Moore of Starke, Nathan and Amy FRIDAY, Jan. S: Chili with beans,
and 7:30: Training Union 6:30: afternoon Mrs. Edward Cox, 'of St Augustine of Col and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Btom.and John Smith were Saturday saltines, tosses salad, French fries,
I' Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m.p.m. Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott of Mr*. Clifford Taylor, Mrs Rudolph Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and apple .sauce, cheese bread stick,
The church had a Fellowship her sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Klngsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs, Padgett, and family Mr. and Mr*. Mr. WWII Dobbs and Chris milk.
supper
Frederick Prescott, Mr;". and,Mrs. Kenneth pa tt..nd family, Mr. and
In the Fellowship Hall on Wednesday Gainesville Monday to Wednesday
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and on Sunday a.m. They handed out Mr*. Wood Wester was their Monday Floyd Norman and son, sand Mrs : Elisha family. Mr. and
Carl' Norman and oniX'w*** Mrs.\ Arter and family, Mr.
attended the
bags of fruit and candy. tinner guest They LEGALS--- -- I
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Sunday School 1:45: am. Worship Central Baptist Chruoh on Tuesday, parents, Mr. and Mr. Jonrd BHS
Services 11 a.m. Methodist Youth and Mrs. Strickland and Miss Terry Norman. Florida Statutes PROBATE DIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Fellowship at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday enjoyed the Oral Roberts Christmas Mr. and Mr. Jim Rosier were wi, a public Case No. 78-382-CP FOR BRADFORD
hearing be held
night.Choir practice on Wednesday at Program on television Tuesday night Christmas dinner guests of their'! son-: by the> Board of County File Number 1-2901 COUNTY FLORIDA
7:13 p.m. The church has a nurseryfor Friends of Mr. Freddie Moore of in-law and daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. BLURBS Cornmtaslonara of Brad. IN RE: ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVISION

pre-school children during Miami regret to learn that he was a Hewitt Brice. font County, Florida. In EDWARD M. TUCKER, CASE NO. 78295CPFILE
Worship Services The church patient In Sidney Lanier Hospital at Mr. and Mr*. Donald Wilklson Sr. by Patrick Crawford their Meeting Room at Deceaaed NO. 1-2868
Christmas party was held Sunday, Homestead for testa and observation ate Christmas dinner with their son the Bradford County IN RE: ESTATE OF
Dec. 17.United.. recently. and daughter-in-lavr, Mr. and Mr. Counhouss In Stark, NOTICE OF DOROTHY LUCILLE
Methodist Women had their Mr. Johnny Jenkins of Milliard Donald Wilkiaon Jr., and'eon Of Back From The Holiday Florida on Monday. ADMINISTRATIONTOALLPERSONS SAXON Deceased.
Annual Christmas Party at the home came after his mother-in-law, Mrs. Jacksonville. January 8, 1979 at 10:00: NOTICE OF
of Mrs. George Roberts Sr., with Miss Alma Anders on Friday. She spent the Mr. and Mrs. Gen Taylor and I hope everyone had a good a.m., on the Petition of HAVING CLAIMS OR ADMINISTRATIONTO
Swanbom Christmas with family, Mrs. Darlene Norman and Christmas and an even better vaca- DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE
Dorothy as co-hostess, holiday her son-in- Richard E. Wolty. m ALL PERSONS
Tuesday, Dec. 19, with 24 present. law and daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. sons,Mr.and Mrs Marcus Griff i anddaughter tion. But a* we all know, all good .attorney for Coy Pewter ABOVE ESTATE HAVING CLAIMS' OR
The house was beautifully. Johnny Jenkins. .were Christina '-dinner thing must come to an end, if only fOl"-I"'1 Cruo: *. which Petition AND ALL 'OTHER DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE
decorated with Christmas arrangements Mr. and Mrs. Wesley; Thomas and, of their parents, Mr.and Mr, a while. The students and faculty of ws* spread upon the PERSONS INTERESTEDIN ABOVE ESTATE
CIt.J..Ive and Harry Wlikerson -.' / ,' Bradford High School will return backto minuMa of
Including a Christmas tree. son. Jay. Oak; Mr; Mrs. a meeting of THE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
The program consisted of a recording Ttint Casey and family of Starke, Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. Rowell Prevattt and' their work and study Tuesday, said Board of County .YOU ARE HEREBY PERSONS INTERESTEDIN
of a delightful Christmas Story given and Mrs. Seeb Andrew and family of family, Mr and Mrs. Morris Carter January 2, In the new year of 1979. CommMorMrs held on NOTIFIED that the administration THE ESTATE:
by Miss Dorothy Swanbom, and Wildwood. Mrs Gayle Todor and sons and family, Mr. and Mr. Arthur 'Things will probably be about the December 4. 1978 of the estate YOU ARE HEREBY
music. Several others Orange Park, Mrs and Mrs. Danny Thornton and family, Mr. and Mr, same as we head into the second requesting that said' d EDWARD M. TUCKER NOTIFIED, that the
contributed by reading short stories Thompson and sons of Jacksonville, Jim Baxley, Mr. and Mr*. Jr, Kemp, semester, but there will be complete Board dose and abandon deceased File Number administration of tha
I It was closed with a special Christmas and Michael Moore enJoyea and son, and Mr. Evelina new on campus. The newly that certain unused portion '1-2901 Case No. 78-392- estate of Dorothy Lucille
Prayer. We were have as Christmas day and dinner with their Southerland were Sunda'Chrllltma.dinner Bradford High School cafeteria will of a reed hereinafter CP, la pending In the Saxon, deceased, File
special guest Mrs. Frances Hamilton mother, Mrs. Fred Moore. guests at the home of Mr, and be opened upon the students return to dmcrbed and renounce Circuit Court for Number 1-2868. Is pending
of Jacksonville, and Mrs Odone. A Mrs. Ann Green and sons, Richard: Mrs Raymond Wllkerson and Mr. school.The new cafeteria will not only and declaim any right of BRADFORD County, In the Circuit Court forBradford
delightful luncheon was served by the Jeff,and Neal, and daughter, Tate, or and Mrs. Doyle Kemp and family of provide the regular menu, but it will Bradford County, Florida, Florida !Probate Division County Florida
hostesses.The Atlanta, Ga., were Christmas week. Ralford. _, have a special 'a la carte' section. and the public, In and to the address of which Is Probate Division, the
next meeting will be held at the end guests at the,home of Rev Will Mr. and Mrs. David Albert and Good eating. the land lying+ within said Bradford County Courthouse address of which P.O.

church Jan.2. After the meeting there Wright and his daughter, CherI. family, Mr. Maria Blom and unused portion of the Starke Florida. Drawer B,. Starke, Florida
will be a stork shower given by the Mrs.'Elsie Norman and grandsons children, John and Martha Smith, CelebrityWe road. Said road run* over The personal representative ,-32091. The personal l
women at the home of Mrs. Hubert Jim, Kenneth,and Kevin visited Mr*. were Christmas dinner guests of their at BHS seem to have a celebrity the following deacrlbed ,of the estate la representative of the
Priest for Mrs. Karen Lee Martinez. Nortnan'saunt Mr*. Lithe Boree! and parents,. ,Mr.' and 'Mrs.- ;' Andrew In our midst, so it Is only fair that she land located In Bradford James A, Tucker whose estate Is Janet S. Little
,I ,HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday ,Mr. and Mrs. Levi Boree and family McCombs.Mr receive the recognition she deserves County. Florida: address la 2004 Cedar. whose address Is c/o
School 9-43: : a.m. Worship Services 11 of Middleburg on Saturday. *. John Tye Sr and her son and 'Cindy Griffith was selected by the The SW54 of NW54 of brook Drive Columbia Richard E. WaRy P.O.
a m. and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Jim, Kenneth and Kevin Norman dau hter.Jn.law, Mr: and Mrs John BItS faculty to receive the D.A.R., NEK'"and the SWK of South Carolina 29210. Box 995 Starke Florida
Wednesday at 7:30: p m. attended the Christmas program at Tye Jr., and family were Christmas (Daughters of the American Revolution NWK of NEW and the The name and address of 32091. The name and
The church handed out bags of fruit, Morgan Road Baptist Church on dinner guests of her brotherinlawand ), Good Citizens Award. This' NEW of !fWVK of NEW, the personal representa- address of the personal
candy and nuts on Sunday night, Dec. Monday Dec. 18th with their sister, Mr, and Mrs, P.L. Roberts; award is given annually to one senior aU In Section 1, Township tive's .attorney are set representative's attorney
grandmother, Mrs Elsie Norman. of Jacksonville. displays the qualities of 5 South Bangs 21 East.Au forth below. are set forth below.
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs Lonnie .Tecton'were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wainwright and leadership, dependability, patriotism"and All 'parsons' .having All persons, having
10 a.m. Worship Services a.m. and Sunday dinner guests of their nephew grandson and Mr. and Mr*. scholarship. Sincere congratulations. interested parties claims or demands claims or damands
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Henry JackWainwrlght of Tallahassee and may appear and be heardat against the estate are against the estate 'ara '
night. at 7:30: .and their mother, Mrs. Lila Henry. their daughter, Mrs Gary Godwin of the time and place required WITHIN THREE required WITHIN THREE'
The church handed out bags of fruit, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberts and Waycross, Ga., Mrs. ,Wilma Wain The Ups and Downs above specified. MONTHS FROM THE MONTHS !FROM .THE!
candy and nuts on Sunday night. daughter Heather, were Sunday wright, Mr. and !Mrs. James BIdding DATE,, OF THE FIRST DAte' OF 'Tl1E 'FIRST
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST: Sunday dinner guests of their parents Mr. Wainwright and daughter. Mr, and Bidding for a trampoline ended DATED this 4th day of PUBLICATION OF THIS PUBLICATION OF THIS
School 10 a m. Worship Services 11 and Mrs. Edward Roberts of Sampson. Mrs. Dan Wainwright and family of Monday, December 18. The December 1978. NOTICE to file with the NOTICE to file with the

a m and 7pm. Prayer Meeting Jacksonville Mra. Edward Wain- trampoline, of Bradford clerk of the above court dark of the above court awritten
property
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Itev. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chamberlin and wrigtit and daughter, Irene of Starke ... School considered Board of, County written statement of any statement: of-
High was
Starling pastor. family ate Christmas dinner with Mr. Rev. Reed Jones and son, Danny, aU b surplus Commissioners of BradJ. '. \ ctotffY'-of' demand '.they anyrctalnTKorJ
tomarkiithey
1\ I ..MORGAN ROADS .BAPTIST.1 .' and Mrs} Richard Earl Walker of Christmas dinner on Saturday Dec equipment Board oidb..Bradfosd.4lpepSSchool and t .ford Cbuntv}Florida.,,Of have. Each claim have. claim<
its sale Each
.1 Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Hilliard. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 23. with !Mrs Truby Wainwright and desired. The School! Board reservedthe was By: E.W. Hodgns. may must be in writing and may must be In writing andtnt.et
Services Ham. and 7pm. Prayer Rodney Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mr. and Mrs Jack Brasell! and Miss 12/14 2tchg 1228.IN .
must indicate the basis for Indicate
Wainwright.Mrs. right to'reject any bid they the basis for
Joyce. F.L. Robert and her wished; no bids were received by the the claim, the'name and the claim, the name and
daughter, Mrs. Paul Ray and closing date. The School Board can address of the creditor or address of the creditor or
children, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. not be discouraged though, they planto THE CIRCUIT COURT his agent or attorney and his agent or attorney and
Pam Talley and children of Gulf advertise again and have another EIGHTH! JUDICIAL the amount claimed. If the amount claimed. If
auction in the claim la not yet due the. claim is not ,
Breeze were luncheon guests of Mrs. January. Better luck next CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA yet < John Tye Sr.. on Thursday.Mr. ,time. IN AND FORBRADFORD the date' when It will the date when it will :
become due shall be become due
shall be
COUNTY .
and Mrs. Freddy Wilkison and .
Just A Thought stated. If the'claim i* contingent stated. If the claim is con I,
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Edwards: of Jack
sonville were Sunday dinner guests of Great minds have others CIVIL; ACTION or unliqu ldeted, tingent or unliquidated,
,have wishes. Little mine tamed the nature of the uncertainty the nature of the uncer-
their parents Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
c- No. 78-427. shall be stated If tainty shall be stated. If
Wilkison Sr. and subdued by misfortune; but great
BARBARA RUTH the claim la secured, the the claim la secured the
Miss Rhonda Norman spent ,the minds rise above them.
weekend with her Uncle and NORMAN McCRACKEN security shall be security shall be
Mr. and Mrs. Richard of Green Aunt. -Washington Irving Plaintiff vs ROBERT described. The claimant described. The claimant
Sapp,
RIti IWIIM4EW Cove Sarimts. ALAN McCRACKEN. shall deliver sufficient/ shall deliver sufficient
--- Defendant. copies of the claim to the copies of the claim to the

LEGALSNOTICE NOTICE OF SUIT clerk to enable the clerk to clerk to enable the clerk to f
Let's celebrate the arrival of a brand new NO PROPERTY mail one copy to each mail one copy to each I,
TO: Robert Alan personal representative. personal representative.
year with hope and kindness In our hearts.LOn'S OF INTENTION P.O. Box 412, Starke, Fla. ON PETITION FOR McCrackan, COo Brian All persons interested In All persons interested I

TO REGISTER :32091 intends to register CLOSING AND ABAN- Albright Superior Trucking the estate to whom a in the estate to whom a
OF BEAUTY FICTITIOUS NAME said fictitious name under DONMENT OF AN UN- Co, Atlanta, Georgia: copy of this Notice of copy of this. Notice of ,
IPursuant to Sectior trie provision. jof.,:aforeUSED. ROAD LYING IN YOU ARE HEREBY ;Administration has been Administration has been
Sue) Lott 468-1107 ; Mld SECTION 1 : I
Hampton statute TOWNSHIP
.800.00. Florida Statutea NOTIFIED that an action ;mailed are ,required mailed are required I
notice II hereby given that *Atadab1 Hones of 5 SOUTH, RANGE 21 for Dissolution of WITHIN THREE WITHIN THREE
I
the undersigned AffordFloods.. Inc' ONner. EAST Marriage has been filed MONTHS FROM THE MONTHS FROM THE .
IDated this 7th' day of against Robert Alan DATE OF THE FIRST
able Homes 01 Florida you DATE OF THE FIRST
60 Years Of Service To BradfordUnion -Cloy Residents Inc.. PO. BOil 412,' December, A.D. 1978 at TO WHOM IT MAYS McCracfcen and you are' PUBLICATION OF THIS PUBUCATION OF THIS I

A.. Fla.rZQn.: doing, Starke. Florida 32091. CONCERN: required to serve a copy NOTICE to ,file any NOTICE to file any
12/7/ 4tchg H/38./ You will take notice that of your written defenses, have
busneea: under 'the firm objections they may objections they may have
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral name of "BOB HARRIS In accordance with the if any to It. on the plaintiffs that challenge the validity 'that challenges tha validity

c AFFORDABLE HOMES". NOTICE OF HEARING provisions of Section attorney whose of the decedent's will the of the decedent's will,
3KCB through 3)6.12. name and address is qualifications of the personal the qualifications of the

Home Box Thomas 1066.M Starke Elwetl Florida.P.O. representative, or personal representative
the venue or jurisdictionof or the venue or jurisdiction
GARY'S REAL PITBARBEQUE 32091 and file the original the court. of the court.
with the clerk of the .ALL CLAIMS ALL CLAIMS,

00FFFIIh We Offer The Bereaved above before styled January court 22. on 1979 or: DEMANDS AND OB- DEMANDS, AND
otherwise JECTIONS NOT SO OBJECTIONS NOT SO
a judgment
may be entered FILED WILL BE FOR. FILED WILL. BE FOR.
l Family All Of The you for the against relief EVER BARRED EVER BARRED.

rrr demanded In the complaint .Date c(, tha first publication Date of the first publication
h \ Services Involved In A U.S. 301 782-3698 Lawtey, Fla. or petition. of this Notice of of this Notice of
Ohl iWITNESS my hand and Administration: Administration:
l \ the seal of said Court on December, 1978. December 21, 1978
\ Traditional Funeral December 11, 1978. James A. Tucker. As Personal JANET S. LITTLE As
\ \ : PORK OR BEEF B Gilbert S. Brown As Representative of Personal Representative

And Burial $ 00 Clerk of said Court By: the Estate of Edward M. of the Estate of Dorothy
j DINNERS 3 Beulah M. Moody As Tucker, Deceased. Lucille Saxon Deceased
\\ ............................ Deputy Clerk.12144tchg ATTORNEY FOR PER ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL .

I \ Having Been'Established I SLAB OF I II 1/4. SONAL REPRESENTATIVE ', REPRESENTATIVEs

00 ....................., :: Richard E
11188..7 J.J. Wolbert. Jr., P.O. Welty P.O. Box 995
For II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Box 1C86, Starke Florida. Starke, Florida 32091,
"nl FOR BRADFORD Telephone: ((904)) '9M- Telephone: 964-8050.
Many Years In II COUNTY. FLORIDA 6200. 12/21 4tchg 1/11. 12/212tchg 12/28.

: .I I RIB DELUXE i
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Services To You At Less Cost. IBEEF I I SANDWICHES. ?$115 I i1sui

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Funeral PORK Sa.aWICHEs.-:...$150. The New Year la off to a great start.May.

it bring you health, success and all i

Starke:; Keystone Heights happiness., i

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't..N UCNOnCE bat Interest and Bradford t BrrdCuntyWntfldz!: : : ; : o

TW Mayor and County. _.. me pwau_ __
A ', .. \. \ ., ', I ; 'hi' ( :. ,
Commissioners of the copy of the bid i ;
,
City of Stark propoM to request and specrllcatlona ]( :knll .fU .t! ,W' .r 'S' 'j SOW BOOKING BAHAMAHI :
:1ftU "JQ:
ajpetippHcatlon, to the can be obtained by contacting If r!. ,:t! I : : !; .tOI( 'r"rl < K Jar July 5. M4> ; Irwifloc9rn

Dejjemsjnt of Housing the office of the '" . ,' \ \ ,"frolt ......... must .. IB ky..... I.H .
and Urban Developmentfor Clerk of Circuit Court, at THREE BEDROOM, S hats ., I k-ad crules. .204.... :

Community Development the Bradford County 8,.. .. ...... ..ui.. KtlKTAURANT FOR RENT SARAH COVENTRY F.ll SEVERAL ITEMS Zl It. Pk... ..**. ranylke. M4.SMI r REALTY
Block Grant for Courthouse Starke, perag.. ........ yen! OH A, .-........ Pk.... .64. er po,""'... car *... .|MMe Re......' trevel lesSer ...*. ..112. ISIS Zulu

FY 79. Florida. Gilbert S. Drawn fie.pts,. .large let, HM. 12 14 Tf 18 Jul .. $45J6e. Cau ...l.... ,!... M||.ereeeeliee. rliierelar ....-.." w .' PHONE I
Clerk -- -- ---- "
to the Board 12/ 28 Ice THREE ROOM hiral...kml 4.7776
$644052 Pkeiw .t
,pt. or $64S500 475-2214 .., .M.. wIth teeewken ( : MOM AND DAIS
Community Development 2tchg M 4. aa 14 TF apart..aO MM end ae rrj IOSN TEMPLE
ebg lio er 473-1280 After e'ek we..kle. wckleei Z..I,. UAUCHERTYi
Block Grant fund ire .- -.- --- -..-- .-.-- V MUI W.I..I( M-eU, wl(.iwrkkig.*. Pk..403 wt ISIS TKfcwt ....... ...... will A M/1Meed ChrIstmas sad Happy Merry New U3 ARKF FLORIDA

Intended to either benefit BY OWNER S Bit. I .... 44M .. 12 14 TF ._ a let. The
yea UP for
low or moderate Income krfck b.... Oa Hwy S3*. LADY WANTED ,. help. '......, and Seedy s..... Lave, Peggy cad Dave. ItpdI2JM. place aetllno DOWN to business
parsons or serve to promm NOTICE OF ... .11.! frees ....1..1. ILITCHEMETTES 0.. ha ._! .knhie. ... Will 120* N. Temple Ih..... Sea VI fer IInanclnglAs *
or eliminate skims NAMES OF 133400. Paws. ml lr eppt.Pkeae ..... .... .,."...t. peal, rile fer cecriUrlel sad eel- 1'..... "' -'1004. lied 12/28 .

and blight. PERSONSAPPEARING M4-aS7l. ,,11/1' TV. AC. utilIties I.......... deer ...... LIvUc ace.... -.----. -- LOANS- ---BY--PHONE----*-1.-.. a financier you might say old NOAH was

TO BE TF Ie..... Tetally... funbilwdt,..... Tvn.U wokta.Ikly ..u... Ut*..1..... .Pb.. .. HOC FOR SALE But.clwrad ewe.,.. yea m.r aaaUy far vastly underrated Afhr alL ha floated his slack

Pursuant to regulations of OWNERS OF MeUk i0 N. T..,l., 7ez. 9t 1. llck( Ills or .11_ ..4-.'l.. a bee) *f W.OUO er tome MIk while everyone also was being .Iquld.'....
HUD. ABANDONEDPROPERTY MOBILE HOMES W., pay Htvk. Pkue ....un. --- ---. ,,- 0...* A...... lt.l luk12M. .. equIty '. ,..* bmee.Applkaticu .
,> public 'hearing will Mere? Buy direct ire.ia.t. 1214 4'"4 I 4. CC.A POSITION: ._ ...... fcy pkae. OUR STOCK
be held at the City Hall ...,. Lara eekMIIaa .. DfceeUker meat ke ..... -- --- --- -- Will aba. kay ....".. BUT*.
Starke Florida at 7:00: Pursuant to Section 13 of 24l4.12wld.. tTABKK: TiF'ii' SHEO Use.;; ;.. (lied. Ceiiety ....Id..' led 10 ACRES AP. ., oIlM_." VY OUm... THE PREFERRED PROPERTIES

p.m. on January, '1979 Chapter 717 Florida Statutes HOME -CENTER US MlNrtfc. N. ..(. er child. ,... ._..ir.I'" dl.edveeU ..d. P.O IMATELY. lead Ee. L...... MertfBC*
to receive public comI ; entitled "Florida .Op..> ........ I ..C US ...... Phase ..... Meet .ha.. kick ...|...1 ....u.. flute Hd. 230 Bed r. He I, Be 41). Brick SCH&ARd.2301.ec.d.
'ment,end cjtutan P rticl. Disposition of Unclaimed S.....,. Pk... 064-014.. !404.. 12; 14 tr ehg.SAVTIFULLY. > rfttralUa end b. ekl. telyre. W.. R.... J>el...k RddUk. H*.,,_ Fla.. 32044 Pkeaa LuMurleus MH 1 BR CHndA W4 Euclid.
--- --- ---- OM-OZAO er 16411110'1..Ut 4le42. II 14 TF ..
'".. > 2 beautiful
pation the development Property Act", notice' Is Apply el tie.. SuieE 3uk" 14. homes en Hampton Lake.
of the praappllcation for hereby given that the persons PUR. .'1.'...t Hervice ,M -- --------- .1014 Pratt redecorated SIR IB carport.
': ; listed below BLOCK: luME wIth l B.d. NISHED MM BR .p.ru...(. _........1. Murke. luk.. ------------ Santa Fe .lake tot ....100. Owner financed
Federal assistance. appear ree.e,I.kaike.wfck IS..,.. C.".... M... .1 tile) k.tkllgkle lUll. WATERLESSCOOKWARE. ClassifiedAds .403
I to be the owners of unclaimed et ,.... Carpet CH/A ..... smeulty .__ sad keavy ..I&a- Pinewood-sumptvovs inferiors
ij\J Merrill Edwards. City personal or Intangible ..... 782-U7T s/is UIkX.. privet ,.... ply ...1..... elM4 H... Get Doublewldo MH on I '.2 A. Rd. 100.

<2 Clerk. 1tchg 1228 property presumed ,."*1... Ideal ... _..... REAL ESTATE BALES demo type, MM .le bus Choice commercial kts en C.II-Upc.d.wn: pel.Neatcomplete .
abandoned. THIS DOES "--"I ..la.b>. ci' retired ....-.. K.J.y. Ike ....llie el fell _..,. ,*... S4... will ResultsWell brick 1 BR 1 '.2 8.out of city.
I iJtLW In..... lej ee .. MU fr "11$. t>.... New.kvrry. .
,. NOT INVOLVE REAL N. ..IIeI... er (.,.. ,a-;. eecMlec ( drewerdiei 42 1-2 A inside city-owner financed.
ellcel kKstle. R.l.r_. ..,.., le real 472-2M3.: 12/7 4Ufc. .
ESTATE. : Lawtey 201-parf of motoL (12.100.
...,
... t.atar: 21 Sho.. 1201.
The Account Number, 1-1066- TF.ch.KITCIIENETTE'I.InNI... Ph.. 964-0265. Ceee Pro,., ..... I... ..... 221 Temple-store plvs .,... owner financed..
School -
Board ---
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of 0003; Apparent Owner; ..... Hsihta. 473'03. Drilling Duplex Lake St. IIS.MO. owner financed.
HAY E ......
isrtllla.dP.ssmla
Bradford County Stark, Baebe L.T., P.O. Box LtMTi mmtt ...... .*.... *--s.d ilia TV I.... : ....... ..... ....0 5 5 555055 S 5....... Let :Ml N. 211 > TO' owner financed.
Florida will hold wfck Bad. krwa with per
Public 1U9 Hampton, Fl.; I-I0349 kl.... May M4 have ..*...s.,. -..pi.. ,_.. TV, AC. ----- --- ..... P".2'. 12fPRl'IT 2" Thru e" 40 A plus homo FHM (43,241. s percent money.Scenic .
Hearing on consideration
of .OB4S; Brown Rufus R..."'. PlmM call 7(2M7S. aw Id ..n.... ....." BadeiMUty. CLIEBR TYPIST II- With TI"" I..... ISO acre Farmstead 1150. an acre .

proposed School or Beatrice Starke. Fl.; I- llfid 12/M. .*._n.I sad l>*Mr<..et el Cerrxll. ------.------ Fast Rotary Modern large home and apt. FHA er VA.
Board Rule 16113.2 In 0349-0652; Bryant I..... ...1".1." 11 sic"- rr.b.ll.. Olll... c...... 12 acres (22ooo. owner financed.
regard to the Alternate weed Metal I I/I auk. REWORK J.e .ry 4. S .... TREES Peach Drilling Equipment
School Program Tyrome or Elsie Starke Nertk .. ...... aa US Ml. .- tst.l.t er apply MrWlwd Peen P.,....*at fid No- Block of stores-heart of Sfarke-ewner fInanced.
January Fl.; I-03HWXXB; Clifford 12/7 TF/.. CMmtf: C. rU..., larIat A.,... Crepe aadCftreo. STATE LICENSED Barber Shop 201 N. owner financed.

15,1979, at 7 p,m., In the Carol M., Gen.ral \\ lad _,. Iktka bit Is. A....... !S"-24". .....a..sa.aIaasI.sss.. Christmas" home 1301 Pratt huge family room.
School Board Room of Delivery Starke Fl., .. \ : 0 7bT'1 f :." '. / PALMS- -------- IIJO Ee. Caw!!**) S24Wep. 4 BR 2 B brick CH.ndA furnished SA.
the County Admmlstra- APARTMENTOnEilkt..Ie. !live and .. ....... Ever- Pumps
..
1990-0007 Griflis Call VENDING ROUTES 337
; *, N. Walnut beautiful homo
.. ..'.1..... plus apts.
..
\ live 582 ., Skede ead Flaw s..a.a005S.s..as.
Offices North Route 1, Box 346. Weekly *r ......" 231) N. AVAILABLE NOW. F.U.. .717 W. Call: CB 2B. '1. Modern kitchen.
LOTS. ... .....
Temple Avenue Starke' Lawtey Fl.; 1-03380064; 'rT.MpI A.... ...,.., pent tla... C......, eMimd H....... .kuket. Petted. ...Pleet. Save. S New & UM 4 IRS B. CHandA Half A. ......... 10000.:
.
Florida. TF/d .... ..(. plet trai.ic.Cmepaay 40
.
Hart Joseph D., etferace N....., 23 ml SE acre plus homo plus traitor- (55,000
"
Copies of this Proposed Hampton Fl.; 10518- "- -, _t --- --- -- r.'IeI.; eipse- .. Sleifc *a Hwy boo et SalesPartsServiceEZ Lawtey store plus living
.... 11_.' "........- quarters owner fin.
Rule 46113.2" on the 0019; Jones Geneva OFQ. Q:I OSE BEDROOM APART'MENT. 1JKM" SZSjOOO.: Par hrlkrrlefM ..1........ .Pk. 6K-2I63.. Lake Geneva Estate. 2 largo tots 15000.

Alternate School Pro Starke Fl.. 1-0365-0293; .I' : d__.. 314 N. ..etMB S114744UWaed 1211 3uk| IS.IlSY Term Homo Plus IA in country. (''.000 own fin.

I gram, may be obtained Jordan Margaret A.. T..... A*.. Centre! H.*. *vee. eed wk.... IIIS764194. --- a..sa.s ss.oa.Sa.s. II 1-2 A plus comfortable. home Browntoe R4.
from the Superintendent's :: (: .1I1t... 1..1.... wIth .. /. 1230.fEISONAL .
Blanding Rd. Starka. Fla. : 4Kkc ,4 tota-UMO
... Laurel Rd.
Church
,_ Baptist
le .d "!... Will Plumbing'
,
office on North Information concerning' ,,"1: ednlte e>eetkly.e.,..tal.Cel ILL N. ,Se.....- load I. year track er dllvr. OasI .2 lovely estates on Lake Geneva..
Temple Avenue Starke s..saso.sSosasa.a.
the amount or description ..... IM-7344. Arthur U..kl... 723140. 4mi SA Hampton (12.OOO.
.
.
Florida. of the Property and the ... 1211.StaIrs 'SERVICE V. .- el L..', .a SRm. New Installation Large apt. 114 N.
#> ; \ lUll. complex Temple.
700I .
This Florida Is In compliancewith names and address of the / I \ : 12 14 3lck( 12 2S.ANTIQIE S14 W. Madison House plus apt. 23740.

Chapter 73301 Statutes. holder may be obtainedby We celebrate the New SIGN P.iiNTINih"i'.. STORE, L...,... Remodeling RepairsOuppancc Sampson Lake Canal. MH I t-2 A.

as any person possessing ':-mi4., .e. dy ..'.....8.. Rudy M .. tS 301. Reedy ,. .. .. 7000' CB warehouse-owner financed.
enacted by the .1974 Florida 555 051 O a aa..a. a
an interest in the property Year and our,good fortune ".101. VI.. M...... FrW.y, .......! .."'''. mast MILT 714 Laura completely renovated.

Legislature. by addressing an Inquiryto in serving you, S... ......y, Meadey, TF- .r.. te suit ..,.,. Ph,.. Traitor tot-WeMon St. owner financed.
Thomas L. Casey. Jr.. GERALD A. LEWIS. GOOD PRICES PAID ferBMd *... O447S-4473 er writ P.O. Oceanfront 1 BR IB CHandA (45.000.

'. Superintendent c.' State Comptroller, Abandoned The Staff of ....1.. homes U .*rtg.g ---- -- lea I04f. A I..... Fl.. ..CS S 0500 5C050 SOalo 55 5
: Schools. 12/ 28 2tchg 3211$. 1111. TF/..... Lucille
Property Section, le 3/4 paul "' mer.. ALCOHOLICS ANONY. I Conner Spry Associate M4S420Charles
Ann: Harry B. Canon THE BRADFORD COUNTY OLIN-H MOBILE: ROME MltV8. ...... t 4-SI4a tr PUMPS & SUPPLY

1- 1401 State Capitol Build- TELEGRAPH SALES. (04-aooO. 0,.. 7 .4581. ....... TWO ACRE Meblle. .... COMPANY Thomas Associate 471-244

: NOTICE Ing. Tallahassee Florida ..,. ...101)'. U/tkg.. .- -- 11.. !\to DOWN
PAYMENT ..
32304: ((904)) 487.2583. Be BAKERS ASPHALT, 8..I t .UII.d 864 N. Temple Ave
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"'oI\"IThe Board of County w Relpk Bry.a R.elier.(4447S .
to mention account CAR REPAIRS reelhif e.rvlee .. ... ....
sure
Commissioners of Bradford ..1..... Ikre. Wig pick *,. *. ll/16TF/ck. (.
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number name and address Stark., Fla.
OLINS! MOBILE .
County. hereby gives as published in ttvs Foreign DomesticAt M4-OMO. HOME _......dl.| ..*.. C....". <- -- -- -- -- .. lfiitl\ WATERS
SALES. 7deye
.> notice of intent to purchase Opec Um .! ... .,.....". eedperalBg OAK FIRKMOODi Wm I ret I 'Iuril.und
-. a signal generatori notice. Unless proof of Your HomeOr ....11: tf/ckg.___ let.t .... rrpalrlBg sad keel ,IB loea ....., picker 9647061Lillian 393 %T.I. A... BULLDOZING

i maintaining A.M., ownership Is presented to Business .... M.llei.. ..1..... ..,...... *J* fee full track ever "'ark.. 11.
the holder by March 3. TOP CASH PRICE PAil 1/2 rard. ..... .
F.M. C.W., radio receivers for'". ......._ ,..... 4M-29U. M477IMTIM .
1979 the property wil be For Miaor TI.-Ups FOR C.... ...,1". Postal 9044465. 12/7 lithe. U/2S 10/26 TF/ckg.. .
and tone equipment delivered for Geld RI... GF Scrap l .' Il'
between 100 H.A. and 1 custody to To Motor aidTralsllissio. Jewelry chaise OpticelFrea -- --- -- -- -- kra .< ...... Loran frees
the Comptroller of Flo SISTER JEAN PRAYER FILL DIRT top tell.feeedlle. ..
K.M.HZ. .. Hetrk Beaka ETC rueq4R hews 4 city ,'I.r
The bids will be opened rida. Thereafter all further WorkGuaraisteedWort P"'*.. J.R. BaBlaglM M4(3SO. dalrle, iplritMl kelp 1 cad cod ,..... C.I'eal'Mon I a.. ......
claims be directed Meaee. Spcil ....,. "I.., Mertle. "4-5230.. .
must : *22*. TFchj.r1ff1wJ. ( ------------- ep- : ,
Monday February 6, 1979 to the Comptroller IN% prayer and braieia. eervlcn 11/30 TF Ic..*. KKAI.TOR M,..a. k*..M IOST X lIP let. '. .

you at, 10I.I'II: The Board FIQg. P5AA. A.jkjfc." ; C-. ,ipi. 'III!" "- ... I..rt...t..R ""....', --,1. ..._. Wf elF.fWA7EfJS!
rtof ifidunty Comrmstoners 't' : FESCE I Ml '.11I
Y .L wkk> ececbap.IIe ,*.ta I a **rkM
of Bradford County has WISCOMPTROlLER OF : ."'.".... Fr ey leferiwa le.lelledfree ......,... 712 3MM* e .... wItS sd .-. f44 4,4.

the right to accept orreject FLORIDA CALL .* cell 782-31'. Ityd Call Meealea Fee.. 100 am .... *e paved cc,.- -
till: C.. ..., 4734822. 11/30 ,---------
any or all bids. reed .. 100
f eppre pews ... .
12/282tchg 1/4. IS77 CAPRICE CHEV I witS I. end tors Wre.Pk Or Ttl St2
BMT.AC. 7lpd lll.LIMEROTKi. .
whichever will be lr> the DIXIE MECHANICON - pkiBtd paetere sad .
saP.... UH ... .L GENERAL: CARPENTRY ........d. ----------
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...,... *.... WORK: P.I."... derBBBglBC. All.. T.I... ---------
WHEELS AsIa a.s. S .....P. ,Pd..GRI
flriafldI 4Tl-MTe. a.,_ .... ,...11,.. Bllr- I...,.,. P.... 7823172wxkdeye 2 BR f...*-.*. ..*.... R. K.sl .:...,. ,
Keystone ...... ,.,.lrL akeew(444O94. after 6 ,... er ......., A dryer. Will Ralph Br
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_I 964-5590 1174 roB.0 I ,.. lbs bed 10/a d/... ..,U.. week.ade.4 ....!..., Inller *a lre.de.SI1JHM. f:..... Ml Silo '

HANTKD: l.lr.Dwd teal I.AN: I) FUR SALE) ...... Pks- 52515... ...._ SEW ISC'MACHINES ll/ckt. P..r Andrew.AseccIsle Real Estate

K:.UI. S.l.p.r.oo. Voo.R. K..o. llelkle. Me.tr. A... II..... 474470. K.r._. REPAIRED All ..a... ----- 4.773*

.... Realty new apes IB ... eel le 10 .... ...... la H... c....... .u.. ... adJMted.ST. BAHIA H"Y: A.i'-' ,. Neat ....... edjeceal laGeergee 230 S. T.mpkAvt. '
k. .. ... b..... REGISTER -- ---------- highly. fertllied. PMM 964M7I. LoG.D... '
dew Blew a ,oto. seer .I.hboh..d ef vV." ...,....... JeainStrtcklaBd. Lake wIth hire l'ltok.' VIa.
IS7J DODGE riCK IP: . ,, .
t/4 tlckar.WATSON'S _. ..7UI
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trellir ilRful ( Kegenr hen loll prreilt CAS AND OIL warir track sees **. ...... cores et M....a privMgte 2 c. "1475$
K.... KKAI.TOK et oil If. ho.... end Mme ev.rleeklei f....... let S11.400.
; A.t ....*. 47,-*.". a.,.U*. Reed .... Hwy ... tl/.... HOISE OFVACtUMSt
473707ft er .1 kom. 473- lak*. Priced ,. ..II wltkIrrm. 308 S. Thompson. Ho.. ----- lOOP 400 ft.. prIm

32ti5 fee drUile. U/M chrg.SECOND Irora HIM( laws t**40prr 964UW8LPGas --------- REMODELING.: BLILD-; 1'1..,."n.d..f. R.......... 1 BR I letS r*..*rca>L 301 .Nenk .
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: 'MORTGAUKMONKY frontage en *>R 21 ....11...... low ....... 9sae ..*..> .kltckca. .. ..,... family .> .. ." lMd. > ver:.... fraMlree l i3.F'SG; acrve. Nf
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: A\AII.ABI.tl..l;! Owner 473-4371. "/.hc. Fuel I Oil A.w S.h., 47J-MI. IL.,_ ntmm. Brick black CMert Vacuum .,....' .. 404 t.r N."ell'. plee. pecea. A.... 2 FAVLKXKRREALTY Lew..", |II .........1,

..,,,Ir... Becky Dyer 473- l.ubrlcaliagOII* Hu. .. FlrrpMc .,.."'I.ta. bib A"... Celeeevllle.' BR reeul .lee.. SSS.4OO --- -- ----. ---
2353. l.lcra.rd mortgsg.brok.r.ehrg WATKRI.KSHfOOKHARr: ----------- Crlflle C.a.trudi... ,....* P... 170-7110. '"... ..... I 1091 cad lOMt Lte8r 100.
1575 TOYOTA CPE.S iBMd sir .
:. awlllplv .._.. Rd.
T.\: kcBvy ; V.holrsal.Warehous. ...., 52255... ".._ ..... 471.IIOH .r 473-2J7I. [QMaJ 230.
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II..... 47-447a. IL.,_. .... SIGN T ------- -- ---
lIot si: FUR KENT:: : 2 8K demo 'yp.. .|UI I. ..*.. for -. ---------- ---- ---- ...-.., ewvlcv.Sve Rudy etWelde .,....,.. a.....'. : \.Temple less 0. err .... ellkMkape.
2 Belk. (emily room SiKKmtrd ,.ir. "' 99. will I Tin.TubH. he._ A H .
IS77 DODGE BRADFORD SEPTICTANK Flee Merk.t. Friday egg reei "leg.Mrlere. ilerk'.Fleride elf 301 :Seth.1066:31RbleckPrsti ..
crrMd In porch: arparet.eliller. Mil for SIM. Pk.-er ,.. Cea k. ASPENI.sd.d : SERVICE: Bredfordmldratbl S.., Sea, M....,. Tf,..... ... Cell fordeuUe.t&BOQ. .- -'- -
s sees fir S P.el H. FulkerrRr.ker
27S per monlh. tall krrr> 4722V33. 4lcki 1211'; Ballcrlest'lKTOM 540.fme..rsbl -
473-32MK. 12/7 llnchg .... ".000 ear w.ribso. Map-eMe.Md Industrial.Fully cii AL .IC-FE 10 atre.. $ i720---. fit:

.. veki. *. Pkae S44-4SM. ........ Pke. M48121. ....,. : .r 30 ecree .lapelpweed. psiseesLAWTET
.1 De It ye rell ....
llckg 121111.I well Bad 1072 L4 ead ....i. ,_
-- - -. I ItrIguii' ..*.. IN..I..,... ."......1.. .... graded septic reed.MOAOO. .. ell 8R.... *
- Fn. ..t....... H....,"... S. ea 2 be. ke>..
UUruar WlS N(,. '100 : "iii' P; Ca. F... C.. M4SSS9. S'luTFckf ., LR. DR. cad leailly r_.. -.-- -.-. --

Want Ads ,.... .....,..... ""' ''.. ------- --- Appllaaeee lacladed. lOTSi I .12 .... 1 1/2 Mr

-- tJ4E ist cluck, keed. ..'''Id.. 1.1 .... .... oo. !Nicely .leedMeped.LAWTEY. fete fiR 223A .
:.. I ...... ...., ...... kelUwrewed .PATIO COERi..Z! ----- ---- ----------- -
........ 10 ecree f..... 2 reed. I07< 1BR ......
:PEISOML'SERVICES ( ed ... L..". $." eakieleled. Limlt4 4 .cr.. : MR 14

IUD' et ...c.*.. BuUdiBB Supply, eepply. GATORALtMI.NlM. 122.00ft._. parttaly cleared witS" well .:.... .
!' ;fiNEVNG : s.*...., K.,.._ lUlgku.llcfc ; : tnO :II."', 30.1S--.,n7-. lt4V- es t'8 and Ugkl. ,.... -- -_ -.

lila St., GelM.vllle. 1'..... 301 SS4JOO UraiB.DAI ----------- I077>10 er 20 cc,.. ef MR
fLAKKES HAH hHOPi BEST PART II.. jab .. MADE'I CENTER II 371.787. in Uk... W A LDO .S kr f nan ._. 22$.
Scfce. Jr.. DRAPERIES F.,...... HANDYMAN All keeienpelfe. ---------- larBieked ... CeavaiBt .
( _,1... nk.rp.aleg '- America fr Hik ea lIMo ------ -- '
vie. ....d. clrculer. ...., end It,o.. SiS ... I .... Ussr .....rl...' .... Molding I lalreitrlBnreetedellei. .,:\t: .. w.;':".::\1)11 locatkM.. Ratly lOTS, Beetlel 4 .... ..

...d... ckeia ...., Icevr et ..ek.... e ...... PIer ..,..*,.* el year .I.... Paneling ..._..W.. Pkea. 7023it415r ........... VA flMBdaa T..... SirMt.9t .
("r.w. Balldrr'l Supply.Leli S.rvlc .......* kcla el hat SAW E. .." .**. Ed er Kitchen Cabinets sod peieliea; Sp*.....
Butler, 7/13 lla.SF.PflC ...k k.U Further I.'.., Lea "'......*. 4M.221*. I I ...../..... tee ealerltle MOBILE HOME I .... I1.q.bt- -pa.H S.d-e...
Counter Tops --------
Celvla Sill IfMkgItXrT >. F... ..&1..,... .
restart R.crellcr 7.a baprm.d .
TANK: A GREASE \erere. I'*>:NG. Slerk | vanities ] Ph... "*4. MI elMr S p." SlatVlCC sVOLilS10O Ows.rFI.ssai.g.3.......kr.. I k.caaveBieel CrodSard. C_....the.pmmtmtm ecu*..c
TRAP clreeeul. ... II.*.. A...",. 1041444320 er SEAR iJUjru .11: few .....;.,. atuatM, latawa. .. .5s H....., SIC 228lee.
rre.BBekl .... f...,.... 4311421. H/l ".. KH,PHI.U: mm** rW.ttm FREE I AMI* Large warkekapwkk
131-1022. All ku.1.... epprcletd. wish ......... itr*. H. had -' eMrl ..... .- (Patois hIa.
3/31 tlckg.l .k...t ...... .h'tkiUfw.. ta.I I I ESTIMA TESVAUGHNJOHNSON1 I RRASINGTON1: *13 : .:... 1I-W.-1 -------- .s.ded S R. ll:=::

lJRSTORAC..: SPACE I sit 4 B41JS Hrks II* 25. I -- WOODED 2 1/2 ..... ,....... SleSS
(:- THE iTXl: :NORA MAT: FOR FlRMTTREi Write, Cadillae (Id --.Ie 20O AMP I -- war ........ .......*.
"'MH. H."t:"".t: ",., PM. 5.51.. & ServIce I 1550 rpm-... "..... k_ I
,| H" > 100 'ky Ik.. ll.ndr sell the I .!.. revety --- so a.
r I ... ... ....... 4M MImtut I tiaras __1,5w
r "" CO. IMMACtTLATE ..... Ci...... .....
..,. H ..*". e ...... dry T... eltice. Si H.M ,...> l>rd II! 25. i i Fint Stkettm Of Vied I kr. I
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.... feld ....ice 2) ..... .. Av.. I.B.196.2261.. IKI3tck .b.. ..... Lerg garage
Alwedaal .. dely, tie.1JI 4. <'...." totoa I ** Wkk.w I 14O S. Thompson St. Can Tafan On ... .......... c:.... .... ,*as4 He. ..m .... rsmh
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base. I .... .c.c ....... I Old Coca Cols Plant I CaddlafTradet20C1N.W.IJJ78S301 leo... 4 0. Ira *. to .. M,
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11111414M FOrt' ',....., : J.$152130*. t*..4M...,.aal..k t.rr ... | 964-5711 I CA1NKSV: 'ItLE I 2BR. I IsiS Carpark C.. PECAN---TREES--. -..... CE'4T Oil SALE

: me me ml H.V .lerge let eie.Mlgkkrked. year awe Uttla ..... ,_- T.. I CC ........

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.\'..'.C" > but *>. l.k 5rlake a.iirn HJie m*. Your Predictions ForThe New Yearby STARkEr.brink 3 kw.BR.. ..X FereetBvlgkl katk.AA. .- 12.-......Large Bktck LMae Ness ce 1>7S pltty....11.......Heat... _l.- Meay .f Ik... lbii*(. are

Hullrr J'56457C. 2 IM. ....... war liMwed et nu.kiwer .
a fcs H A A I. la N.H.PapIt. .
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('.., *,. I..u...,. ,...If. t firm. ttmH BuIlt eaergyeevaige. tkaa mess .......
----- ....\*,., 510550 MIItmr Madame IAOO .... .*. It. ------- .........-
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..llr"R wlread your enure '. .'t"out asking' any F..'. 8.lght. ** wkk ** H A ITeJRttr
\I....,.'C", 1 "IeeE's-2126; I.- ,l40'! QUOI'''''.. Give sdvic*on a.l affaire of Me such a* fJ "_..1 aeavlylete. i BR. f fcotkT Lat. Fa.Ir. A. lanes ......... ......P....,..

t gINEIS: HOMEMk love. Cour'o",". "" .....0.., 'law Suits and J high and dry. paved ...... !. lwa.BR. Rwaaail

.t'f'J. ...k>r r ...< ..?.* kM-.*< Business Speculation. Tans you Who and When .._ kald y*** owe ----- !SAMPSOKLAKtT 44)20S -
kl.lH>.. ItmfUtr *m 1 _.. you will marry She never tans le reunite the ..... er yea .., like eec I betS, LR.FR.p.sI. acar 2 ..... I k- eeacrvtekladk W. ..E.Deulce
FOUHD SI.. _.n J MOT .....-.. Separated cause Speedy and Happy Marriages, # af *ar*. Call lr aVtede.t l.ac.d yard. .......* Hta. keaM witS **... H A ,A_ ..
: S.c ..... Faa .15-25-aL overcome E..*....*. and Bad Luck of all kind : .. ----- A. Gams catteca ladad.d. I

lwk| 12 M. THIS YOUR LUCK Y DA Y$AMOMUMBCMDon't BR. 2 Mik"Bika. lame 3 ILl ...... fcwBy VMrg .. S44Sf3David

......UF. IMM. ...*.r..4 *t be if es ..... 50,700.KEYSTONEt ...> hushes **> aaa ..,. HIGHWAY -T-l
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...*.. ...> T.......,l l.w.lk. .. discouraQod ethers have failed la harp you. S". deMO wristoinars RU.BR.. Dyal4WM2M
claim la .. One ....... .. .. .
visit will convince you Hue gifted SpmluallelMedium .* .1' Ameriete
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ls.hg 121! 211, Superior 10 any reader you Sieve aver aenaullad ..., In**. Start 02JM. J 1 ...... fra SB.R. .
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'CIV.'TE ANOCOFIOENTIALREAOSISGSOASL Y -- If ,**) *ra reedy t* kay areB

) o EV."YO"If'S WELCOME :., '; A..PAT.AY'.OKE.; 0.. 20 sore trect very cB .* tada*.

-c [jJ1LIJ! LLttUUE? Look For Wame On Hand Sign" Fmnt Of Her r Ko/ne, You CanT U," k. RcyeteM Heigkle.Fla. re eakk>. Jaet oil SR-14, ,"AMInael. .fa,..

Office H.. Paved rued.tI.IKi.E .. f.......,
Protect your Me And Furnace Located On US 301 South In Sta/ke Across From KOA Campground 471-M41_ __ --- .:....... 04MS
Have Vour Furnace Serviced aoulanv. mint.m t...J.. "-w.esM.i.kheeEi..t.

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Says Thanks for TIie Great Year ers ,

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We Have Built Over 25 Homes in The Past 18 Months. T ''''' '." .' .


I In Doing This, We Have USED LOCAL People, Which Insure The Prosperity ,


Of The Economy Of Our Area. .


We Build Every Type Of Home And Do It Quicker Than Anyone Else. .

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H We Can Build A 3 Br,2 Bath Concrete Block Home In Less Than ",,1-/)-...,'. .;I'

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and we can probably move you New Year Specials

in with a small down payment '

We can offer you:dozens of floor plans and scores of beautiful exterior Under Construction On 1 Acre Estates On 100 S.,
designs in ranches bi-levels tri.levels and two-stories In authentic -

fJ I architectural styles. Each home features elegant living rooms, .. 3 'Br.- 2 Bath" Brick' Veneer., ,.. 3 BR 2 Bath, Frame' Home ;
,I big bedrooms, glamour baths (more than one if you wishl), deluxe "k : Kitchen-Dining Room Great> Room, Fireplace" -

kitchens and a wealth of storage space You can have a family room,
attached garage, plus a wide choice of fine-home options. Comblnation-Gara.ge-. VAIFHAAppraised 35,500
FHA/VA Appraised 34,500?
We will arrange all financing at the most advantageous rates.and if
your lot is paid-for you'll have no down payment This Week Only This Week Only

WE HAVE MANY CHOICE LOTS AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS OF BRADFORD & CLAY COUNTYLet

us show you the many ways you can own, a home. CALL TODAY 473-3133 f *.32 000 $33 000

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Look For Theft /. M) 100 Down & Small 1500 Down & Small I

r IF rF ( )) ( ) A Q. HHs ( }) m $ Closing Cost Closing Cost I;

Remember: Veterans No Money Down

You Drive Around The CountyWe
Save This Ad Good For '50000 Credit
Would Like To Thank The Following Families Who Had The Confidence In Our Company.Ir; ,
To Build Their Home "," 'P.':' On A New Home Not Under Contract ;
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1. Mr. & Mrs. George Copeland. Rising Road .:..,.,' Ad Expires March 31, 1979 i iy'
2. Mr. & Mrs. Jack Crawford Prevatt Rd. Hampton '* */*.r f,,,'

3. Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Hall S-18 Crystal Lake '".; ',' ''..' "u Gall 41'3-3133 OH WRITE :

4. Mr. & Mrs. Rod Hanson Ellington Rd. Off Hwy 16 ; I 1\\ .,
5. Mr. Joe Harvey S-18 Crystal Lake ,:' 'if'x j
6. Mr. & Mrs. Bob Shannon Sr. Wilson Rd. Off 230' A' .', !: :t 1 ,
< : Q: ]Send Your Home Representative(date). Deall| [ Me For An Appointment 1
7. Mr. & Mrs. Bob Shannon Jr 230 (Corner) ;', J.. '1i ', :: .. } fl.
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8. Mr. & Mrs. David Shannon Wilson Rd. Off 230 A') '.ff.1!,,' ,:::1, .
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9. Mrs. '. ," ;\ > ; "' ... ,
Veronica DeSue DeSue Rd. ,. \,, /-.r\'f\ : I '
., 10. Mr. & Mrs. Lamar 'Presley Sr-18 Crystal' Lake "'-":.' ,?''ff s't"1 ,I' ),',(Ii,;('1' ....,-.'" .:'. + ADDRESS; r -"'',.,t,.",oi"'.-.I,, -. 'I :.; .. -" .

I 11. Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Shannon Wilson Rd. Off 230it2., ,': I :3jt.{ ; '; t v I'' '. ,
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lf 12. Mrs. William Bigham Sr. Brooker ;; '-'C"'l' "
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13. Mr. & Mrs. Byran Bishop Kingsley Lake' ; ., .:r11; .: I\ ;,.,i,::. 'r :,.- .., 0100 ". ... ., ,
14. Mr. Terry Hannah Starling Rd. ,.,.' {."''I""\1'.. I."'"",. .I, I.,: I,. ,..}'',?:;'-.,...ySTATE'4\,..,Of<; ,..,".,",1..">''A'", : It'" .li'" '"JI.. tZIP 11'!tt'>/".>....1,. '.
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15. Mr. Richard Mintz S 18 Crystal Lake \ '1t 1 ::( I'm foterested! in e bedroom bath home' ;"'IE.f7\ ,
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16. Mr. & Mrs. Billy Sanford-S-18 Crystal Lake j /1 ; 1: '" ... '
t. I'm Interested In a Qt duplex ,.k.; : .
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17. Mr. & Mrs. David Thlgpen Pine Street Crystal tLak .. : t1 V ,. ( .' : I a,' t {11 id',: .. Iqr .

\ 18. Mrs. Sharlene Addison Pine Street Crystal Lake '!:',, I own property. .In '. _.County.
t 19. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Sellers. Water Street Starke' ; Fla. ; '," ..; ', '. .' .1 .' I',2, /';.4{,\,,,:'

20. Mrs. Reglnia! Knight -Water Street ? Starke, Fla.r ". '. '
21. Mrs. Valarie Johnson Water Fla. .
f Street Starke .. !?o'I.- ," ".,\' }' I '
22i: Mr. & Mrs. Ted Bigham. Brooker Fla.' '? :. .,Y--- ",\.-,,, :,,:C"'" ." '':};.
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23. Mr. & Mrs. Malachi Jenkins. Lawtey Fla. 1 r 200 Pine '.> "/ '
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h 24. Mr. & Mrs. James Tompkins Epperson St. Starke, Fla.
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How does a small 3A school of Its Dot quite as demanding nor It'. regarded as invaluable by Head part In this year's BUS conditioning undoubtedly devised to make for a "We lest all the kids cm six different
country boy knock off football team quite as pressured as the preseason Football Coach David Hurse. program, one of the oldest and most better football team next Fall though lifts the press, bench press squatcird
with players 10 student and workouts of a football team peaking There was some rest for the weary respected: off-season prep programsin Hurse points out BUS athletes of any lift, clean and Jerk and ew-It addup !
with twice as many tow.rdllta opener but the off-season at returning Tornado football players Florida. The rigors areFilki kind can better themselves with the their total I and divide their bodyweight
One basic Ingredient Is an off- conditioning program at Bradford couple of weeks off before they' sixth period workouts. Into It to get a pound for pound
season training program. High School I is rigorous enough and Joined incoming. athletes In taking "We're not out here doing Just football Judgement on their strength." curse
drills in the off-season. We're explained. Result of the equation
'-At'r"\, .'; ,' ':"I'\\ !,I-IJf:: i Ii! ";'d ( N-i; '!,'" .' n M' t, "I' ." '. r.II'1lXI" P/f\I1\ \ \' Interested In producing the overall places each lifter. In one of six
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: '..." athlete categories' that..listed on a weight-
't i N'; '..Mt\ T 4'HJI' ,IJ r' &t, .x, I \ coordinating drills. "We work a lot on room wall.
.', .,. ;. '" ," strength, but also on flexibility The highest level Is the gold level
,1 \ 4. :I'" .. : endurance,agility quickness... all the with only those few players who have
:' ywaP 'i' f attributes that make up a good lifted 10 times their body weight
y;' 1". I'i..,;.., : ," athlete" included. The blue I""elll nine times
t. The program was born In 1957 at body weight red level Sx. yellow,7x--
; I.I. I. Bradford High. Joining Gainesville green ex. and white, 9x. Each athlete
I High School's routine as the first wears a. tee-shirt stained with the
weight-lifting conditioning programsIn color of his level and with..step up in
Northeast Florida. Since then it has strength levels comes a new color tee-
!, I grown through a learning process. shirt. In addition gold level lifters get
r'Ky Bradford's long-time coaches Hurse a trophy when they break the barrier
1'Yiyr and Defensive Cooordlnator Mike Seniors from this year's football team
,. a Sexton have updated portions of the that will graduate with the gold level
I.I I. and other coaches have trophies are Dale Rogers Doug
brought in their own ideas and left Reddish Alton Moore. Marcus Cruce
r I II Innovations behind when they left, to Mark Mosley, Isaiah Jenkins, andMarvin
make the system what it Is. As the Tyson all key starters on the
I Il methods have come and gone so have 8-3 squad
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tt many well conditioned athletes and a
string of football winners that help "You can see those players at the
Hum speak well of the program he gold level were all outstanding foot.
'M coordinates.He will tell you that what ball players for us," Hurse
I ,I 41 M' I1w Richard Smith does curls on one of the Tornadoes do between season is acknowledged, with the satisfaction
I y MMM+IYNr the nautilus machines at the Bradford what allows a small 3A 'school of brought by an Innovation working just
welghtroom "country boys" knock off teams with aa i It was designed to. "this program
! players 10 pounds bigger per nan helps us to see who the athletes are
from schools with almost twice as and also who the workers are."
I many students.Some The workouts athletes are sweating
II II I 80 student-atheltes ire through now are much the same as
currently enrolled In the BHS the Tornado football workouts and
I program,with five groups alternating Hurse notes the exposure younger
I, between outside activities and fellows are getting now to the
weight room workouts. Two or three different types of exercises will make
coaches will take the outside groups Spring practice an easier chore for he,
and work them through calisthenicsand his assistants and the veteran
drills aimed at transforming 14- players. They won't have to hold back
Y 15-18 year olds Into quicker more while the rookies learn the ropes. At
r agile less tiring 13-1A-17 year olds. the same time Spring practice may
The workouts Include flexibility and soon be abolisby Florida's high
stretching exercises, agility drills school athletic administration
through mazes of ropes and weaving making these off-season school
Legs will be stronger In the Fall ai mresult lanes of cones and straight short workouts even more crucial.
of the squats done In the Winter. sprints.

Kevin Rettlsh works the bench while Danny Illldebrasj witches. here.Davis Sparks powers the weight up "As far as speed we're interested In Some of the sixth period activitiesseen
quickness, not fastness" Hurse at BHS would never be seen at a
declared "football players don't haveto high school football practice. One
-. run far but they have to run many group of players can be seen flailing
quick short distances.We run a lot of soccer ball around the practice field
.. ., ; cp'W:' .. 20 yard sprints and shuttle relays to while others make the program look '
tI t- ," get that quick-starting burst of like a sandlot excursion with touch:

.. ,. "..q,. 4........_. .. .1:"':" speed" football game (that with Hurse near
',-,e +7n i w "Later on, before spring practice by something more than a pickup
4. we'll start running at least slx.3:&ysrd game), Also short wrestling matches
'T'3 sprints a day and also do more long will become part of the indoor program
I distance endurance work." the BHS when low temperatures set In.
coach added, "around February we'll "You have to try to stay away from
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t -- start running mile every day." regimentation as much as possible In
c; Welghtroom work Is also supervisedby this thing the Tornado Coach and
Ask *'J ** *d staff with two of the groups muscling have some of it but the kids would
through encounters with barbells and rebel If we made this Just like a regular -
bariey : moremodern equipment-' ofr football ptaotiewauyec round
Bradford's welghtroom. Right now It may not be the same as Spring
individuals are working at a relaxed football drills but It Is tough and the
E. pace but the weight program will soon final results that show In terms of
turn into a week-by-week test of the wins and lasses In the Fall show It II
overall body strength of the working..that Is Is making better
Johns participants athletes.

Head Coach David Nurse calls the signals during an off-seaion practice drill.

About This Question: Starke Rec. Basketball Teams

"Spring cleaning should I

include an policies airing'tis of insurance he- Return to New Year Action

sure that new risks are .
adequately covered SM\LU'RY BASKETBALL Hawks. Celtics vs. Knicks. .''
without .the needless 1978-71 Thursday. February 8' Celtics vs.

expense of overlapping Wednesday January Rockets VI.Iazz. Hawks.Tuesday Knicks February vs. Lakers.13All Star

policies. Does the Nets vs Bullets ,
G Charley El Johns Monday. January 8' Jazz vi. gamer
Bullets. Nets vs. Rockets. BOYMBASKETBILL
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survey of insurance Monday January '5' Nets vi.
policies to be certain el Mullets. Jazz vs. Rockets.
5- Warriors vs.
Rocketsvs. Friday. January
F Wednesday, January 17-
reasonable coverage? Nets. Jazz vs. Bullets Trail Blazers Nuggets vs. Cavaliers.
' E. Monday January 22' Jazz vs. Nets. Monday. January Nuggets vs.
Charley Bullets vs. Rockets Trail Blazers.
Wednesday January 24' Nets vi. Wednesday January 10' Cavaliersvs.
fOHNS AGEN'CYl' Bullets. Jazz vs.'Rockel. Warriors.
Monday. January 29Jazz vs. Friday. January 12- Trail Blazersvs.
31 S. WALNUT: ST. Bullets. Rockets vs. Nets. Cavaliers. Warriors vs. Nuggets
Wednesday. January 31 Bullets VI.Hocket. Monday. January IS- Nuggets vs.
RHONE '964.5070 Touch football Is part of the JV Coach Sam Chenoweth watches the Tornado procession through an agility .. Jazz vs. Nets. Cavaliers. '
conditioning program at BUS. drill. Monday. February S- Rockets vs. Wednesday, January, 17- Warriors.
Jazz. Nets vs. Bullets. vs. Trail Blazers.Friday .
Y Wednesday. February 71 Jazz VI. January 19- Cavaliers vs.
; Rockets. Warriors. Nuggets vs. Trail Blazers.
r'Y.\.''''. Bullets Nets vs
,(<.' All-Sports Club Meets Tuesday Night Jr. Boys Basketball Schedule:\ Nuggets.Monday, January 22: Warriors vs.

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HAPPY p. Wednesday January
,, The Bradford is Club will All members are encouraged to Tuesday. January 2- Knicks vs. vs. Cavaliers.
.. hold its regular meet on Tuesday attend the first meeting of 1979.i i Hawks. Celtics vs. Lakers. Friday. January 26' Warriors vs.
9 night,, January 2. .' j i I Thursday January 4- Celtics* vs. Trail Blazers Nuggets vs. Cavaliers.
'O ( Lakers Hawks.
\ .; Knicks. vs. Knicks Monday January 29- Nuggets vs.
Tuesday. January 9' vs. Trail Blazers
"I : \ Lakers. Celtics vs. Hawks Wednesday January 31' Cavaliersvs.
Thursday. January II- Lakers vs. Warriors.
NEWMty ( Celtics. Hawks vs. Knicks. Friday February Nuggets vs.
1LtP' : Tuesday January 16- Hawks vs. Warriors Cavaliers vs.Trail Blazers.
\ j jje Lakers. Knicks vs. Celtics. Monday February 5: Cavaliers. vs.
Cei X4 4 1 \\ Thursday, January 18 Hawks vs. Nuggets. '
.4Q"; Celtics. Knicks vs. Lakers. 'Wednesday February 7' TrailBlazers
\'I. t Tuesday. January 23- Hawks vs. vs. Warriors.
\ > Knicks. Lakers vs. Celtics. Friday February Cavaliers vs.
fiilB ; Thursday, January 23- Knicks vs. Warriors. Nuggets vs. Trail Blazers.
Celtics. Hawks vs. Lakers. Monday, February 12- Nuggets vs.
., A new y.ad Time r Tuesday; January 30- Knicks vs.' Warriors.
.. Lakers. Celtics vs*. Hawks. Wednesday February 14' TrailBlazers l
\f .. 'to renew our'l Thursday February !I' Celtics vs. vs. Cavaliers.
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Winners were crowned in the lint sponsor was Joel Brown Insurance. sponsored by tho Pastry Shop was the
1 annual local Dream Girl Pageant The first runnerup hanle Tiny Dream Girl winner She Is the
. Saturday, December J. Lynn Cubbedge, a nine year who daughter of Charles and Wanda Gift ShoppePreInventory
Winners In five divisions received was sponsored by Andrew's Drugs, Porter of Jacksonville. First ? +1i
runnerup was Tammle Jean Starling i
age three and sponsored by National :
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I is first mnnernp Mercedes J'aeome.
iaa and second mnnernp Yvonne 'Link.Threeyearold .

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Pageant Coordinator Debra Jordan gives tbe'Tlny Dream Boy trophy to
winner Shannon Smith Blake Thomas,far left was first runnemp and James
Brian Mote,middle,was second runnerup In the category Emcee Betty Brown /
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showing I In the pageant that Judged and second runnerup was!seven year
them on beauty poise and old Susanne Denise Crawford The U"Ie'MIu Dream Girl queen
personality. sponsored by Badcock's Furnitureand and her court are, from left to right +
Renae Johnson. 17 of Lake Butter, Appliance. Deborah Ann Crocs,queen Stephanie
won the Miss Dream Girl category.She Three year old Stephanie Porter Lynn Cubbedge, first runnerup and J r
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Susanne Denise Crawford, second
William and Janice Johnson and was runnerup. It' about time

sponsored by the Farmers and To.put in rhyme .
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zoung couple: Caught 11__. AtT Cindy'.Griffith ,is DAR "GoodCitizen": J J111s.



I Red-Handed in Burglary Ondy Lee Griffith of Starke contestants, on American history and list of the qualifications of a "good citIren -
was announced by Bradford High government as well as asking them to I ," Results of the slate-wide.
couple School as the recipient of the 1979 list their honors won. offices held competition will be known in the I
rrth.nd.dti a burglary was caught at his residence down the street. Good Citizens Award presented by the etc.. and asking them to give a short Spring.
attempt 01 She then his house
the i Jim and Claudia Wlnn went to and told Daughters of the American Revolutlon. -
In Keystone residence him what was going on. T .
Oaks
west of Keystone,heights a subdivision, last 1Sec.just "He grabbed his gun and came running senior The annual coed award goes to the BUS FPL Seeks Second Straight
1 ,"she said of Deputy Don Denton selected by the faculty as
Arrested were Belvin Cew Young who also lives In the Keystone Oaks best displaying/ the following quail.
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21, of ties: dependability, service: leadership
Alachua and his area. Deputy Denton radioed for
Juvenile WII., Reduction In Fuel
17. assistance which was answered by a patriotism and scholarship,and Adjustment
Young. who Was out of Jail on nay: County Deputy Darrel \YUford qualified award Cindy for further statewide
1\1..1\ f Mandatory Conditional who was also In the area, competition."It's .
Release for good behavior time in an honor Just being able to Charge on ElectricityTypical
\ prison was charged with burglary of "It was ,Just like a scene In the represent Bradford In this. It makes
a dwelling and grand theft movies-with the loud speaker and the me proud they chose me" Miss
Thursday
s on Griffith said residential electric bills will The proposed credit would reduce a
and placed in the pulled guns, said Mrs. Winn of the
County Jail. On Bradford scene when deputies' surrounded her drop again in January if the Public .ixxt kilowatt hour I iKWIlt' bill hy 7H
Friday, he was Cindy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Service Commission cents, savings than
charged with residence ordering the couple to come : approves a an even greater /
possession of stolen an additional count of out ; D L. Griffith of Starke Is active In proposed fuel adjustment credit the present fuel. adjustment credit of
\t property. tin both JROTC and cross country track submitted In public hearings Monday. '!OI cents for the same level of
Young' first ,
the Judge, bond appearance before When the couple did not come out. and field. She Is a Training and December IH. by Florida Power & vonHuniption.January's.
was set on the first Operations officer with the rank of l.lahl officials. adjustment
count for $3.000: with deputies entered the home and found company proposed
because of his a 10 day hold them hidden behind hanging clothesIn Captain In the Junior ROTC where reflects the second straight month
past record. a walk-In closet. she is also the chairman of a commit !-I'l.'s fuel costs have been reduced.
The juvenile was placed in the tee to revise BUS' Cadet
Juvenile J w Manual of Such saving are passed to the
!Detention
Center in Gaines-
ville. "U I had been Just five minutes reg Motions. utility's two million customersthrotiih
In middle distance running Cindy .. normal operation oi the fuel
;, In reporting the Incident Mrs. Winn later, they would nave been inside.
has reaped many awards Including adjustment clonl said she They could have hurt me If I had
MUM home
coming from workaround walked In and surprised them in the being named Florida Cross Country F "L Director of Rates l.loydt
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p.m. and saw a well-dressed act."!Mrs. Winn said, Thursday night Athlete of the Year In 1977-78. a memo \ cited reduced customer
couple her front walking door down her walkway to still excited from the turn of events ber of the Mate's '77-78 Track and demand and continued high level of
"I earlier that afternoon. Field Honor Roll, and finishing In the nuclear generation in November the
thought maybe they were selling find, Griffith top five In the Ran, mile, and two mile month lined to calculate January's
didn't something want or from be a religious group. I "I 1 was Just lucky" she added, and runs at last year's state track and adjustment as the primary reasons
down the to bothered so I droveon very appreciative of the fast response field championships, and In the top for reduced fuel costs.
street thinking they from Deputy Denton and Deputy Wll- ten at this year's cross country O Itcsidvnllal\ electricity use
would leave when
they found no one ford. championship.She will be I\Wllln November,
soon starting averaged a :23!
home. \\hen I turned around and ApMEW
her senior season of track and percent decrease from the 1.05. KWH
came back. I saw him running around "I just want to tell you this In hopesit field.Cindy. average consumption recorded
'the side of the house and knew they will other residents be
warn area to la competing, by examination during the previous month.
were up to something, she said. on the alert about strangers even for the State Good Citizens To serve the decreased energyrequirements.
Mrs. \\Inn Maid she stopped for a those that appear well dressed and Award which will go to one of the I- I'l. reduced tht-
minute and gathered her thoughts clean-cut especially during the YE4 many school award winners -from generation output from' Its oil-fueled
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then remembered that she had seen a Christmas season." Mrs. Winn told across the state. The exam quizzes r power plants. Meanwhile more
Bradford Deputy Sheriff's car parked the Monitor reporter. fib economical generation by the !Miami-

baited utility's three nuclear units"'al4malnlalnl'd
near-capacity levels.
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Meag Among Christmas Eva dlaner : ,,. '
pho..44a.IllaSENIOR guests at the Francis Meng home k:
were aU members of their family .i : At LibrarySanta
CITIZENSThe Including Gerald and Rita Meng, of :
GalmavQIe. Mr. and Mrs. Russell ,,
first meeting for 1979 of the Gilbert and Karen of Mtoanopy\ Mr. 1 :.', .'.'. '< dans made a whistle-atop Dec 21 at,
the Bradford County Library
Senior Citizens Club I II and Mrs. David Meng, Tina and I '> '< 1
Hampton ; :; 'il" and UM children kept him aa busy ube
scheduled for Friday, Jan. B, at a Carrie of Starke and and Mr.of and Mrs P ,:. ,n, could have warned at bill busiest
P'!!' in the City Han Eugene Meng Angela Hampton of .
:} time
All senior adults. are Invited at .Lake i War station, Godzilla,
attend. All members of the Paid Mang Star space
family held celebration their home I 1 Bommutzle, and Baby Tender-love
This Included topped moat requested.
Kecaperatlnl during the Holidays. tchildren
BW Rhoden U recuperating home Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Meng an' After named all the presents -
following his. recent hospitalization at Angela of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mr. they hoped to find under the tree
Bradford County Hoiptlal. Bill had a Bill Meng, Dana and Michael of SL Christmas morning,Santa gave away ,
badly cut foot requiring tome 140 Petersburg, Mr. and Mr. Theron Christmas bookmark
stitches: after stepping on a broken Hunter,Adam and Renee of Keystone The children weretreated to cartoon
glass jug. He la the third child of Mr. Heights. Mr and Mr. Kenny : and a Christmas story, 'When
and Mrs Walter Rhoden to be McClure and Kasey and Mr and Mr*. I the Littlest Camel Knelt'after Santa'

hospitalized In the past three months. Randy Scoggins and April of Hampton
His mother, Mark sustained a broken Lake Joyce Meng of Keystone visit.SERVICEMEN.
!leg and other injuries resulting from a Heights, Beverly Meng of Orlando
bulldozer accident. His. sister Cindy Mr. and Mr. Martin Meng of CrystlRiver 1 ,
recently underwent surgery also. Allare David Wanner of Orlando was 1m
now doing well, and we sincerely also a guest of the Meng during the ri *vrrt FORT BENNING, Ga. Dec 1-Pvt
hope all goes well for them In 1979. Holiday Esau C. Bright HI, whose father lives
Gerald Brown, Jr., returned home on Route 1, Lawtey. recently
Friday after undll"llolnaaurser) at completed seven weeks of advanced

Bradford County Hospital Back..School: Individual training at Fort Bennlng,
James Nessmith Is recuperating at

home hospitalization following at Alachua his General recent on School Tuesday will,January begin again 21979.at 8:30 Student: a.m. A large crowd of kids kept Santa buey during his viiit to the Bradford County Library. Ga.The qualification training. Included squad weapon tactics(

Hospital. and all school personnel should be on patrolling landmlne warfare, field
hand at that time to make a good communications and combat
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HAPPY BIRTHDAYMrs. beginning for the New Year It shouldbe .> operations. This qualified him aa alight
Interesting hearing all about weapons infantryman and a* an
Margie McClessan celebratedher happenings during the past two u t'P ;. : ',I.i. ,"If indirect Are crewman. ,
birthday Dec. %2. weeks! .... \' ..<* Bright entered the Army in July of
'
Donald Smith turned seven Dec. 22. ry', this year. He \Is a 1978 graduate of
Sean Smith celebrated his. 8th LUNCH MENUS \ Bradford High School.

birthday December 24. Jan. 14 \(9R The private' mother. Mr. Marian
I,. Bright, live in Quincy
IIOMEFORCHRISTMAS Steven MONDAY, .I... 1 no school
Brown and James Contois returned ...TUESDAY Jaa. t Hamburger on o I
home Thursday alter their tour of bun lettuce, tomato, pickle, trench
with the National Guard at Fort
duty milk.
fruit cake
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Lee. Virginia. They both appreciate WEDNESDAY. Jan. S-Meat sauce
I being with relatives and friends tOIled salad, ,
with spaghetti, : green .. IP' .,bk
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again. bean, apple crisp, french bread, d
) milk. .,-
CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS "
THURSDAY Jan 4-Chlcken with
Wendy Lloyd entertained friends at rice sweet potato pone
green pea ;
with Christmas
her home on Friday carrot sticks, biscuit, milk. 4
refreshments and games. ..FRIDAY Jan.l-Flsh portion, %! .L I II
and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng mustard greens hot grits, orange : *
Christmas .
attended
Angela Jacksonville, Dec.a %2. Partyin juice, peach ha i. cookie, milk. i 1 / era

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by Elisabeth G.Walker 10:30 p.m. sponsored by- the
Phone M4-46S3 Fellowship of churches with Rev. X919J
Richardson of Mt. Plsgah AME
Bradford County Christian Literary Church presiding. Rev. A.J. Simons
Society May the spirit of Christmas will preach.The Young Adult Choir of n s trwwo.
make the society think, and do more Greater Allen Chapel will sing. s
fellowshipping, giving, sharing and Refreshment will be served \ Y
being concerned continue through the immediately after the service. A
coming year among us. Ml. Morlah ''United Methodist I A\
Church: Sunday School 9:30: a.m. An n rN
Our Christmas caroling was a great
success. The carols were sung in Educational Program 11 a.m. Number 16 ghee Santa the once-over, before giving Ma Christmas Hat. ,' t 'I

many areas In south and north Starke All member are asked to attend .
and In Hampton. Watchnight Service w.-r
Special thanks to our volunteer Pleasant Grove United Methodist
carolers The musical background Church: The Young Junior Choir be Our CHitomws dtttrvi ttti
News Ifs going to, a. year
Edwards
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at 7:30 Htri'thoping
each Wednesday : -
furnished by member of our rehearse -- but of! ivwyDiliij.
was ,,, ,,,, to remember! Thanksfor
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\' organization: Horace Griffin, p.m. Prayer meeting is held each ," "''''' J'' .. '. the New tar briagt
.'i School 10 '" letting us serve you
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and Kenneth Perry, Thursday p.m. Sunday
trumpeter,
drummer a.m. The congregation will worship Clrrlatmas Party Mr*. Mary Cissy was chairman of in K your WIY.UTHUteS, ;f

I t Fruit was distributed to many sick with Mt. Moriah In the Education Member of St. Edward' Altar this affair. 78.PAUL'S

and shut-Ins of our county. Program. Society hosted a Christmas Party on Carolling BY HAND"
Francis Chapter 140 OES: All Ebeneier Baptist Church Choir'No.2 December 12 for residents of the Member of St. Edward' Parish '
members are asked to please be rehearses each Wednesday at 7, Volunteer of America at their home went carolling Sunday evening DRIVE-IN CLEANERS' 160 W. Call St.
present at a special called meeting p.m. All members are asked to near Starke. aboard pick up trucks and trailers. Starke, Florida
Friday Dec. 29, at 8 p.m. attend.All member will fellowship at All were greeted by Tom and They visited the local nursing home W 1M. IMrM 864-7782
Parcels of fruit were distributed Calvary Baptist In the Minister and Sharon Alderman and their daughterand and hospital as well as homes of "I"
Christmas Eve and will continue Deacon Union Dec. 2931. by Mrs. Ann Cunningham.Each Invalids. H4-MM fibstl Ml jMI.,. t. m
throughout this holiday season. We New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer person received a Christmas Following the carolling a weiner hf _.
have been successful with the help of meeting la. held each Wednesday at gift donated by the Altar Society. roast was held and other refreshments *
God In all our projects this year. 7:30 p.m.Bible study each Wednesday These were opened In the living room were served.
Those of us who have been "slow" at 7 p.m.Friday through Sunday. Dec. decorated with a lighted tree; and
with the help of God let us come out 29-31, the psstorand congregation will other Christmas scenes,
the coming year. In our prayer* let's fellowship In the Minister and Fruit punch cookies, and cake
pray for the solving of the many Deacon Union at Calvary Baptist were served for refreshment t.
problems that confront us and the Church. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Member attending were Mr*. Pine Level'Baptist Church
world today. To everyone a prosperous New! Antoinette Cove, Mrs. Jane Bawek,
Church Activities: Year, Mr. Betty Dazln kl. Mr*. Viola
Free Canaan True Church of God In Lefebvre, Mrs. Claire Brunettl,, and 3'/t West of Starke Highway 100
Unity: Tarrying services are held' SERVICEMAN Mrs Dolores Meng. Miles .
each Wednesday at 7:30: pm. Prayer

services are held each Friday at 7:30: PVT.Roland Cummings Children's Party 7:00: P.M..
All members will attend the
Bm. Completes Advanced Basic St. Edward's children were given a
this Saturday Dec. 30. at the o'clock Mass
True Church of God !in Unity. Sunday FORT BENNING Ga. (AHTNC) Christmas Party after 11
Sunday by the Altar Society; December 31 1918
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Dec. 8-Pvt. Rowland Cummings, son on Santa Claus passed out candy canesto Sunday Night ,
and Mr, John A. Cummings
a m. A 3 p.m. service will conclude of Mr. the children and consulted .\with '
Union services for the day. Sr.,Starke. recently completed seven them about their desire for :
Antloch Missionary Baptist weeks of advanced Individual trainingat Christmas. 20,000 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT ,:
Church Bible study Is held each Fort Bennlng.Ga.
: cookies, candied and
punch,
Thursday at 7 p.m. The congregation The training included weapon* cake fruit were served from the refreshment and netf a drop of water
will participate in the Filth Sunday qualifications squad tactic Beld table. Balloons were enjoyed. by ,
Union this Friday through Sunday, patrolling, landmine warfare the children.
Dec. 29-31. that will be In session at communication and combat '
Calvary Baptist Church. You are operation This qualified him a* a \ I IY
Invited. light weapons Infantryman and as an MKIIBURMIMG S
Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: indirect fire crewman.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Missionary Cummings entered the Army last a
service r a.m. with the missionaries July.
In charge. He Is a 1978 graduate of Bradford r i i'U
Watchnight services will begin at High School. ,.S


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