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Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01695
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01695
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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35 persons most presenting public agencies, had ment of Health'and Rehabilitative Services, 41 the Start city
I' their wy Monday,Feb.26. fn a two-hour-long hearing held by commission and> each elected county official was given
the county's legislative delegation prior to the statewide a chance to speak with Sheriff Dolph Reddish, County Clerk
legislative session which convenes in April. Gib Brown, and Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez doing
Architect rig Salley, right, explains problem In converting to self-contained classrooms Is that the cost of the remodelIng 10. _
Bradford Middle School from an open concept facility! I* approaching $200.000 double the amount the board had The three-man delegation heard from private citizens Harmon Topics broached to the legislative delegation Included: I)
with no wall, to a traditional self-contained school with Interior been given as an estimate. Salley said 1lond'Y.night the existing : P. Morgan seeking relief from rising medical costs: the 15-item agenda approved by the Silver-Haired
walls and hallvtajs. The school! board Monday night lighting In the middle school! expected to be the most Fred Johnson speaking for the Life-Line measure sponsored Legislature. 2)) rapidly rising hospital costs" 3) who will pay
approved the plans the three members lI.rl): J.T. Parrish difficult to have approved by the State Department of Educa by the SUver-Haired Legislature to lower electric bills to the bills for medical care for the indigent 4) costs 01 power, s)
Arthur Gankinw and Chairman Vernon Parmenter are lookIng lion which has adopted a new' lighting code since the schoolwas elderly, and front Bill Coegrove of Keystone Heights who water control authorities and the piping of water from north '
over The dark heavy lines are walls to be erected this built In 1968. At least 75 percent! of the lights will have to spoke against being annexed intq ;he city of KH. of the state to water-starved Tampa and St.Petersburg
summer. be moved and new lenses bought to replace yellowed ones areas, 6) raising pay for correctional officers with experience
which cut! down the candlepower even lithe 8DE!: does acceptthe .'v $". and training to Induce them to stay with the prison
The board's main,problem In converting the middle school present fixtures as meeting the new Well represented at hehearing were the public agencies: system 7) the cost-of-living index-which costs this county

nltela.'f I_.) the school bnal'd12Y___. ,_. the county eommiultnn, :2) the_-r-- '. some S30O.OOO annually_ --r In n school ______..A.) another method rwf
vflr \< ti', selecting a jury list other than by the

School r : Heating Set Ori ':* zoning registered the county voter voters list because which some is costing people

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,,', property tax relief 10) auto Inspec
Building don law, ID annexation.
,> for Modular'Home PlantIn Members of the Bradford t
;' + legislative delegation are Ren. Frank ,
r '4", an'unusual threepart'teciessi- the'hall, the board reconvened with Williams, D-Crystal Lake Sen. Bud s

Plans'K ficatlon request, the Bradford County vice-chairman Don Rardon presiding, Sinner D-Lake D-Ocala, and Sen. Pete ; ::
Zoning Board Tuesday night gave and granted the applicant permission City. '\ f
August L. Bobenhauser of Jacksonville to advertise; reminding him this did "Through the peculiar logic of reap- ,1

Design development plans for, the permission to''advertise forpublic not mean his.application would be ap delegation protionment for we Bradford are the legislative" ,,-
renovation of Bradford Middle School hearing on rezoning 3.04 acreson proved.Bobenhauser. County, said
and for 8-classroom addition: to the west side of U.S. 301 north of said his main Interest Sen. MacKay who chaired the '
Lawtey Elementary School were approved 4A'h Lawtey, from Exclusive. Ag to MP would be in manufcture and sale of Skinner meeting. MacKay said he and Sen.
by the Bradford School BoardIn RM. and OR. his modular homes, but said he did are particularly concerned
a special meeting Monday night, In order to meet requirements of not want to restrict himse.f from ad- that the large senatorial district :,
Feb. 26.Due 'the zoning code, the'property wouldbe ditional revenue by the possible sale keeps them from getting to visit here I

to recent changes In rules and divided Into three distinct parcelsone of mobile homes. He presented detailed 'Sf'nlorCIUaen. i;
regulations by the State Departmentof requiring an OR classification for drawings of his proposed productand 'Doe Kerrigan president emeritus of '
Education plans for the BMS Bobentuuser's residence; another told the board the s1- at the the Bradford county: Senior Citizens
cafeteria were delayed Until the next proposed for RM zoning for mobile Intersection of 301 and Eunice organization, asked the three
regular school board meeting March home sales; and the third designatedMP Nursery Road would be one of the legislators their stands on the IS
19. The new rules just came out Feb. for manufacture and retail salesof county'S most attractive layouts. Items of proposed legislation asked< ., 9 and architect Craig Salley needs modular homes.Discouraged Earlier In the meeting one L.L. the Silvered-Haired Legislature.
time to digest them and make certain at first when old by Grant application for rezoning a 1.2 "Every bill presented has a lot of i i
plans meet state requirements.The the board that mobile home sales and acre triangular lot, nine miles south merit. said Rep. Williams. "One i
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... school board also withheld tloplnwnad modular :home'g.tlt manufacture could 131cAtton not Highway 100 from RlC to MS.t for construction Before I can give you an. answer on '
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makingtrdecistonenwhether.ornot., withdrew and of mini-ware ''
Ir :*V' ; ,iloI enhau.ev petition bperattott avelo U1"JieaSenlQr.OUMMllll ,
to a sink iKThenottidbconomicamorn house facilities was :
- put and left the room accompanied by storage approved take in consideration, now.
at''the middle school to bring while another Grant
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Lillian Pearson and request every bill of the legislature Into ,
Ralph Bryan,
that course up standards for full state turned down. The negative vote was i
funding. The board hung up over the : i, meeting realtors who 1 Following accompanied a hallway him consultation to the. on a petition for rezoning a larger ad- "Yoouugcan be assured I'll tell you ex
question of how to provide the same however the realtors returned joining tract, 8.2 acres from RIC what I'm going to do," Williamssaid'
facilities and opportunities for (residential) to BH (business, high-
students in outlying schools at On the opposite end of the U-tthaped podium board members Pat Spengler and after the board had officially adjourn. way), The reason for rejection was promising he won't ride the
Jim Lawson