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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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,' I qualifying for Starke's Sept. 11 city election

ti ''*rll School Sessions passed uneventfully, shaping the election into two

JI. races city clerk and police chief.

',,'. '.' ..:,. Another subject, which has created much con-
,
'l 1" l : q l Let Yt Y ,i r troversy in the city in past few weeks is the vote to
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.", ',.e'k!:,,,. 1 { y y 1 I r Begin EarlierIn change to the city management form of govern-

r k+ ment. That choice will be placed on the Sept. 11

d election ballot, not a separate ballot.

r a ..- .
-- iney re trying to railroadit city politics.
73-74 TermWhen "
... through City Clerk Merrill Clerk Edwards terms lfardy's -
yaf Edwards said meaningthe
candidacy and the upcoming -
measure which would do referendum on changing to
,I }';. fy school starts Mondaysome leave they said. The school away with the city clerk's pos- a city management form of

Ads : 1 a 4,000 Bradford studentswill board pointed out it had J government both efforts by
find themselves startingto forseen that objection, but some forces in the city to unseat -
school about half an hour him. Hardy he has
Yq'r later than last year. (From Page 1)) had much encouragement says to

Under the new Full-Time make the race this jear.

Equivalency funding 1 For the office of Police Chief
program, passed by the 1973 6 Hurt there will be a four man race.
Florida Legislature, students 'lv yam'r Candidates are Former Chief
must be in class for a Bill Rosser. Acting Chief Bill
minimum of five hours
per Chambers, former city coun-
day. Daily schedules have In Six
cilman Jimmy Bowen and the
been adjusted to meet this
latest Into the Jes-
entry
race
in what
requirement
L Supt. sie D. Branson.
Jim Temple terms a

"program oriented" daily Wrecks Branson, 45, of 1002 Pratt
r scheduleIn Street qualified Thursday,
7ti yy7 hFx the process the express August 14, Branson Is a form-
bus run, in which students left Six persons received minor er chief of police Macclenny!
the high school and middle injuries in six automobile and Waldo. He has lived In
: -. $ school early so students at accidents in Bradford County Starke for about three years
r _outlying schools could get August 17-21, according to the and Is presently employed as
home earlier has been Starke Police Department.Four a machinist in Palatka.

eliminated. .
persons Bobby Branson Is the local branch
Walker, 35, Lakeland --. .
School at Hampton ; Freddy President of the Church of
Brooker, and Lawtey Rhoden, 18. .Starke;. Willie Latter Day Saints. The Bran-
Elementary Schools this term Woodard, 36, Lawtey; and Merrill Edwards

will take in at 8:30: a.m. and Ronald Byers, 18. Starke Itlon stands a better chance
dismiss at 2:15 total of were treated and released
: p.m., a of passage on the same bal-
+ five hours 45 minutes in from Bradford County lot with the city officials
session. Hospital Tuesday night after a races.
Southside Elementary in semi-truck and trailer loaded
Council
City; voted un {
1im with 38,000 pounds of bananas
east Starke will begin schoolat anlmously to place the changeIn
8:40: a.m. and dismiss at collided with a 1967 Chevroleton n
r ? the form of government on
2:40: p.m., a total of 6 hours in US-301 in south Starke. the ballot after a petition

session. Starke Elementary, The car, driven by Freddy bearing 431 names was pre-
in west Starke, will begin Rhoden was pulling onto US- sented to the council by a
classes at 8:55: a.m. and 301 from the Lincoln City road group of citizens currently
dismiss at 3:05: pm., a total of and apparently pulled out in calling themselves The com-
6 hours and 10 minutes in front of the semi truck mittee for City Management

class. traveling north toward Government.
Bradford High School will Starke. Impact knocked the Incumbent City Clerk Mer-
begin classes at 8:55: a,m. and car into the ditch in the rill Edwards was the last
dismiss at 3:05: p,m., a total of median of the four lane high- man to qualify for the elect-

just sailing along. 6 hours and 10 minutes in way, its rear end facing north ions qualifying last week. 1Charles
class.The Vo-Tech Center will toward town. The truck, Edwards will be running for

One of the good places to be on a hot summer afternoon Is on Kingsley Lake n. just sailing begin classes at 8:45: a.m. and driven by the Lakeland man, his eighth term and this will
dismiss at 3:15: p m., 6 1-2 turned its side in the be only the second time he
along the only sounds the water rippling around the fins of your Hobie Cat. over on
That's what Glenn Saarc and wife, Connie, (standing) and Gayle Castellanos all of Orange hours in class. ditch of the northbound lane. has run opposed for the off-
The schedule will allow
Park were doing Sunday. It must have been almost as enjoyable to watch them as it was for buses new to run later. One big The local men had just Ice he has held since 1959.
them to sail. gotten off work at the Owen- Hardy
advantage Supt. Temple
,
There are about 150 of the Hobie Cat sail boats in the Jacksonville area, Glenn Saare says. out is that Joist Steel !Mill on Lincoln In 1963 Edwards defeated!Mrs
,
points young
The boats are for fun and racing. Glenn has enjoyed racing his Cat on the St. Johns River from students in outlying areas will Road when the accident oc Carolyn Redgrave by the vote sons have six children one
Palatka to Jacksonville. The boat has a maximum speed of around 30 knots; it moved brisklyin no longer have to get on the curred. of 1,006 to 526. of whom, Mike Is serving a

a soft breeze Sunday afternoon. bus before 7 am. and arrive The truck blocked traffic for Charles Hardy who has resigned two year mission for the
about 30 minutes until church In Ireland. Another
- home after 4 pm., a very long a his appointive County
temporary northbound route son Joey, is employed with
day for little youngsters.A .
uri1 r wown (!Urirr! was established in the south- Civil Defense Directorship to the Florida Highway Patrol.
run, in compliance with the
Board ContractsTax disadvantage brought to bound lane. The bananas were Former Chief Rosser 40
the school board's attention transferred to another requirements of the Bradford was first elected Chief In 1961
several times' by some refrigerated truck and the County Commission will
working parents is that their wreck rig was finally removedby challenge Edwards for the when he defeated Chief RIley
l I r work day now begins before a wrecker about 8 am. City Clerk post. (Hardy has Sweat, 553517. He ran unopposed -
''y their children get on the bus. Wednesday morning.. run unsuccessfully for the in 1963. In 1965 Ros-
No wrecks were reported county posts of school super- ser defeated Ewell Lawsonand
Reappraisal Parents don't like having to during the week by the intendent and clerk of circuit James A. Sullivan to gain
leave children home to meet a court In years past, but this
bus that comes after they (See Page 4)) will be his first venture Into (See Page 6))

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The Bradford Bounty Commission Long said tne systemusedby The board also approved a
BAKE SALE In a special meeting Hunnlcutt In appraisal work Is motion by Roberts that a lot
Monday approved a $37,500 approved by the state auditor needed for parking at the
Entrance To contract with Hunnicutt & Associates general and that the price county health department be Bradford FFA Forest
Stnckldnd'sLanding professional tax appraisers quoted amounts to about $7 purchased at apriceof2000.
for a complete reappraisal per parcel of land. The new
of all residential valuations will be effective as
KINGSLEY LAKE commercial and Industrial of next January I 1. with the entire Inmates I
property in the county for use appraisal completed by

Saturday Sept 1 in the 1974 tax roll. July I, 1974. Due Judged Best In State

From9a m In response to a question by Long will continue to handle Hearing
Commissioner Dave Paulk appraisal of timberland and
concerning the effect of reappraisal agricultural land in the coun
Ladies Auxiliaryof on the next tax roll ty. Itt Murder Bradford County FFAmem- "FFA Advisor Harvey Smith
bers have something to be has done an outstanding Job
theKingsley Tax Assessor Gene Long said: Commissioner George Roberts -
that Eight Inmates of Florida proud ofthey have the best working with the boys. Also
LakeVolunteer "We're at $60 million now In be made suggested In the contract provision to the State Prison will be given pre- FF A School Forest the State + A 11th grader Billy Reid, chair-
taxable value and next yearIt effect that Hunnlcutt would be liminary hearings here at 10 of Florida, as Judged by St. man of the Forestry Committee -
Fire Department will probably go up to $100 required to back their a.m. Friday on warrants Regis Paper Co., the State j led a hard working group
up appraisals ,
million." lie predicted however If they charging them with first degree Department of Education and 1 ,t of young men In working on
are challengedin
that the next legislaturewill court and the board murder In the death of Florida Division of Forestry.In the forest. His efforts had a
TEENAGE DANCE put teeth In the mlllage agreed. a fellow Inmate James Brown lot to do with our taking first
the Statewide Chapter
rollback law that will restrainany 26 on August 5. !"
Saturday place
sharp increase In taxes.In False Alarm/ Ten other prisoners were Forest Contest sponsored by
25
Aug. St.
Regis Paper Company
This In
which year as years past,
National Guard letting the contract, sub- Injured In the melee Bradford County took first representatives from the flo-
Armory ject to approval of county In CourthouseA broke out among Inmates confined place among all entrants. rida Division of Forestry, the
$2 Per Person attorney Gene Shaw the board In the L and M wings of Along with the first place a- State Department of Educationand
FeaturingTHE accepted Assessor L Long's request fire alarm sounded Mon- the prison touching oft a disturbance ward comes $250: In prize St. Regis Paper Company

PEACE MACHINELast that Hunnicutt be em- day morning In the new Bradford Involving about housedIn one- money. Bradford Chapter Advisor Inspected the FFA School Forest -

Dance ployed to make the reappraisal. County courthouse third of the 954 men Paul Hutchins stated ,W tkl .
Before School .He said that his office shortly after a meeting of the the prison. that the prize money would be -r" r A
The eight who were brought The area is checked for good
should not take on the assign- County Commission. reinvested In the school forest
c..r..1 ment because he cannot find The culprit turned out to here Monday for their "first and used to help defray expenses forestry management practices -
"
before County which includes fire -
the extra qualified personnel' be County Commissioner Dave appearance for a deserving FFA protection
tIie ((!f:ommunity&tntr 'needed t5th> the Job. Paulk, who hastily explainedthat Judge Elzle Sanders were: member to attend the National :i. tree planting timber
S he had been talking with James M. Van Hook Richard FFA Convention In Kansas harvesting and timber stand
Commissioner Eddie Allen In Hicks Harold Cleveland Gray City. FFA members Horace Sellers and Paul Hutchins, Jr. Improvement. Student use and
Under new state regulations the hallway leaned Charles Henry, Roy Lee James measure the diameters of trees while St. Regis Paper Involvement In the forest are
Aexn.nl, Now ........ U. property Is required to be ,and againstthe M. Fields, Charles Andrew "This year a lot of the cre- Company representatives Roland Stern FFA Advisors Greg also looked at as very Import-
wall
T.I2O.OOO II,. aasessed at 100 per' cent of Its accidentally Buchanan and Joseph dit should be given to two people Alvarea and I'aul Hutchins. and County Forester John
... turned on the alarm.
.4.I Inour. C actual value. (See Page 6)JULIAN )
Graler. explained; Hutchlns. O'Meara look on.





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1. Sale Home Observe 25th Anniversary Party

Given ByPrevatts
1 Mr. and Mrs. James II.
Kathy Gillingham
celebrated her eighth bir Faulkner celebrated their 25th
thday last Thursday afternoon wedding anniversary Sunday ,
when her grandparents, Mr. Christian afternoon Church in the !First A F1 Mr.and Mrs. E. M. Prevatt,
and Mrs. Guy Sale, gave a Hall with Fellowship h Sr. were hosts at a dinner
swim party for her at their their son and a reception three daughters given by, party on August 10 for their
home at Kingsley Lake. James Faulkner, Mrs. son, James, and fiancee,
Warren Carver Peggy Edwards, at the
Miss Kathy
The 18 friends and members
the
Holiday Inn following
Faulkner, and !Miss Christie
Faulkner. couple's wedding rehearsal.
( r 1- Standing in the receiving Centering the T-shaped
d line were Mr. and Mrs. [ table was an arrangement of
Faulkner and their four ,, pink and white mums and
children. roses with leather-leaf fern
,/ Arrangements of mixed tt flanked by three-branch
flowers candelabra with white tapers.
summer were used in
; decorating the hall. % d Down the length of the table
was a garland of greenE'ryinterspl'rsed
,, The punch table was rA
covered with a white lace with pink and
La.. cloth, centered with a white white mums and five single
silver candle holders with
and silver
bridal I
arrangement. The cake table white tapers.
J was covered with a white lace Place cards decorated with
pink and silver bells markedthe
cloth and was centered with a
three-tiered wedding cake the gift table.Approximately. seating arrangement for
...... topped with the silver letters Zoo()() guests the 30 guests, including the
..... "25" called between the appointed bride and groom, members of
"" Mrs. Bob Smith and Mrs. hours, 3 to 5 o'clock. the wedding party, and out-of-
;i'1.. q town guests.
Sherrod Hamilton served as
t! ..< floor hostesses. Cutting the
: cake were Mrs. L. L.
I 75iI' ", ...,,- Edwards Becomes Fullwood, Mrs. Maggie
: .... / Tomlinson and Mrs Dan

Lynn Alison// Greene Weds Walter Prevatt Williams punch Harley. were Pouring, !Mrs. Gerald Mrs.and serving Griffis Edwin, morgasbord !

Ed- baby's breath. Her only or Mrs. Paul Locks, Mrs. Virgil
and nament was a diamond cross Jordan and Mrs. John
Mr. Marshall/ St. Edward'sSt of necklace, a gift of the groom.A Shanbarger. Sandra
in reception was held in the Tomlinson and- Nancy
Edward': Catholic !Mrs. Donna Vara attended Walter church fellowship hall, where Fullwood were in charge of "ALL YOU CARE TO EA T
Church was the spiting lor the her sister as matron of honor, Mrs. Mrs. Stanley Green of
marriage of Lynn Alison wearing a pastel green A-line Brooker and !Mrs. Mansel
Greene, daughter of :'II rand princess style dress with in the Ayer of Starke greeted guestsat HuntBirt BANQUET FACILITIES
:Mrs Henry Greene of Starke. (lowered overskirt. A with the door. Miss Robin
to Gregory Paul :Marshall of velvet belt was worn at green the of the Williams of Brooker kept the Date Oct. J 19 "* * * * *]
Gainesville, son of :Mr. and waist with a bow and ; bride's book.Decorating. COCKTAILSSummer
Mrs Rupert I Marshall: : of streamers extending down the the hall were
Mrs. Lillian Hunt
Green Cove Springs Father bUlk The sleeves and square were branched candelabra ent- the announces
James F CreRan performed nl'cklinelere trimmed with ent wined with daisies, engagement and approaching hours
the nuptials on Saturday Aug. :seed pearls. Her headpiece sweetheart roses, carnations, daughter, Kathl'rinenn marriage of ,her to 11AM-2:30PM & 4:30PM-8:30PM: : Mon Sat
11, and in rainbow colors.
atHpm. was satin mums
a
green cap
IlIghhghtmg the altar were trimmed with seed pearls, The bride's table and punch and Ronald Mrs.Joseph E L.Birt Birt., son of all Mr.of 11:30AM 8:30PM on SUNDAY
arrangements: white shasta attached to a shoulder length table were covered with white I
daisies against a I backgroundof veil of illusion. She carried a also organdy cloths, decoratedwith Hampton. FEATURING EVEHYVEEKEND
branched candelabra and bouquet of green carnationswith The ivy and daisies in rain- :Miss Hunt is a senior at
fern balls baby's breath, ivy, fern, bow colors. 131 IS.
Paul Faulkner organist: and green satin streamers. and Mrs. l"1.: Vickery of Friday-Alaskan King Crab Claws
and :Mike Hanks: soloist :Miss Mickey Jones, cousin Gainesville and Mrs. Calvin Mr. Birt graduated from
presented a program of 01 the bride and :Miss Donna of Richard of Ocala cut the cake Santa Fe College in 1970! and is Saturday Steak
nuptial I music :Marshall, sister of the groom, Greg and Mrs. Earl Green of employed as a draftsman with
1I'rbkKl': (' :served as: best t :served as bridal attendants. !>t, Brooker and :Mrs. Joel Smithof Owen Joist. Sunday Turkey & Dressing
man and the ushers: are Clav Their gowns were similar to Jacksonville presided at the
Phipps: and Bruce :Marshall that of the honor attendant, his punch bowl.Following. The wedding will be an
the a wedding trip to event of Friday. Oct. 19. at 4p.m I.I! IIII.I .
5 TRA,1/6EHr'/y.,7\TCI-1,/ / \ hAwcRRY'ATCH Q the Smokey :Mountains, the at the home of the groom. ire .J ,, o
! couple is residing in Lake I
STRAlFItERRYi and City.The Eastern Star c.\0\ Sweden
bride and groom are Spec III spE3C/
both 1971! graduates of BUS. /
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The bride is also a graduate of Supper House '
w w light the School of !Nursing.; Lake Q1oCe .11 &O
m Slarki-i( ((11'(1 k-rul the /
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and Mrs. A. Russell Mrs. A. Russel Norman visited Baldwin
Norman attended the FloridaLP Mrs. John Nicholson In Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver
Gas Association banquetat Jacksonville last Thursday. and family were camping at
Crooked'River. Ga over the
the Fontainbleu Hotel in
Miami Beach Saturday night. Group of Slacks 1/3 Off weekend.Mr. .
Mr. Norman of Sawyer-Slade Girls Back to School Chevrolet
10to331/30ff and Mrs. Donald Bag-
Gas Co., received the Top
: 4 well were hosts at a cookout
Driver award for his many Leila'sMrs. I
driv and party Saturday night at
of accident-free
years ing.. l He was given a plaque Inez Hamilton Is a pa- the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Jackson on) Crystal Lake
,
and a$100 Savings Bond. tient In the Gainesville Medi- 1.v Oldsmobile
honoring the Blalock Women's
Mr. and Mrs.Sam: Chonowlth! cal Center. Softball team. Twenty mem-
and sons, Sammy and Cry Mrs. Mildred Patterson of bers and their dates enjoyedthe
anJ: Mr. Larry Bonn and son Cain, Pa. Is spending two affair.
Jason, of .Grand Prairie weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Texas, spent Aug. 11 to Aug. A.J.Barry and family. Ten members of the Presbyterian -
i+1 with Mr. ana Mrs nary Mr. and Mrs. Verne Thorn youth group were
T. Buckley' and family. While ton and family were vacationing tubing on the Itchtucknee River
here they visited points of in South Florida last last Friday, followed by a YEARENDCLOSEOUT
interest In Florida. steak supper cookout at the
week. springs. The
group was attended -
Group of Slacks 1/3 Off Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Parrish 1 : by Rev. Erik Johnsonand
Girls Back to School of Atlanta spent the past Mrs. Johnny Johnson.
10%to 33 1/3%Off week with Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
Leila's ritt 11. Williams. Also visiting The F. M. (Tobe) Norman
the Wllilamses from family held its 7th annual
Debbie Spengler, Anne Haynes Wednesday to Friday were reunion at Camp Montgomeryon
Cindy Mitchell and Kay Mrs. L.A. Taylor and daugh- Sunday. There were 65
Turner left Monday for North ters of Jacksonville.Mr. children, grandchildren,
Florida Junior College In great-grandchildren, and
Madison. and Mrs. Drew Reddish great-great-grandchildren
attended the graduation of present. Five of the nine
Jim Baley of Asheville,N.C. their son, Stan, from the Navy children are living: Mrs.
is a guest this week of Dr. Recruit Training Center In Mattie Ellis of Alachua, G. C.
and Mrs. H.G. Bellinger and Orlando last Friday. Stan will Norman of Tallahassee,
daughter, Marilyn.Mr. be home for ten days before Frank M. Norman, Jr and A.

and Mrs.! Olin White for leaving further for duty.Bainbridge, Md. Cheryl Griffis, Jas. E. Douglass were Russell present.Norman One of daughter Starke, SALE .

celebrated their 25th wedding Mrs. CarraBelle Greene of

anniversary Hawaii, Aug.with 8 to 17.a trip to family Mr. and spentlast Mrs. Joe Wednesdayto Glssy and Exchange Vows In Hope ChurchMiss attend.Fort Pierce was unable to


Group of Slacks 1 1/3 Off Sunday at Boca Raton and Cheryl L. Griffis, bridesmaids. They wore !Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwireand
Girls Back to School brought back their daughter. daughter Mr.and Mrs. J. D. gowns identical: to the honor sons will return to their
10%to 331/3% Off Karen, who had been working Griffis of Theressa and attendant's, and carried blue home in Tomahawk, Wis.
Leila's there for the summer. James Ed (Sonny) Douglassof mum nosegays. today after two weeks visit
Keystone Heights son of Miss Robin Hersey, niece of with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Everything Must Go
Mr. and !Mrs. T.L. Casey Mr. and !Mrs. Edgar Douglassof the groom, attended as flower Gilbert Goldwire.
Jr. had as Sunday dinner Lake Butler, were united in girl, and Rusty Sullivan was
1? :J.ee guests, Mrs. P.C. Poder and marriage on August 4 at 8 ring bearer.
ear 3 sons of Rio de Janerlo, Jeff p.m. in (Hope Baptist Church, Given in marriage by her Group of Slacks 1/3 Off
Torode of Palatka, Mr. and Theressa, with Rev. M. L. father, the bride wore a white Girls Back to School
Se.vice Mrs. Charles !Moore of Lake Packham performing the satin and lace gown with long 10%to 331/3%Off
City, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. ceremony. lace sleeves and chapel train. Leila's
4t Moore and Mr. and Mrs.Mic- The altar was decoratedwith Her elbow length veil of Mrs.Charles Wade has been WIDE SELECTIONOF
LICENSEDINSURED key Moore of Lawtey. illusion secured with
two baskets of mums, was a visiting her brother and sister-
gladioli and baby's breath circlet of net and pearl in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Sandra Tomlinson and Kathy against a background of arched flowers.She carried a cascade McDaniel in
Ga.
Brunswick
FREE ESTIMATESPO Faulkner were honored at a candelabra.Mrs. arrangement of white pom- for several days.
BOX 605 surprise going-away recept- Marcia Lee,.sister of pons with long satin
ion Sunday evening In the First the bride, and Mrs. Janice streamers.A Mr.and Mrs.P. D. Fancher,
t'lvfr ,#, Jlo-Ja Christian Church fellowship (Hall{ organist and soloist, Jr. have returned from a twomonths'
4732233. DAY OR NIGHT hall after the evening service. presented a program of reception was held in the vacation at Maggie
CHEYENE CROSS The girls will leave Friday nuptial music. Theressa Community Center, Valley, N. C.
_L.J BONNELL for Atlanta Christian College. Eddie Douglass attended his where Mrs. Helen Hersey
broth as best man. Ushers greeted guests at the door. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth
I s were David Z. Griffis, brotherof Mrs. !Martha Douglass kept visited their son, Ensign GHEVYS
the bride, Dewitt Ilersey the bride's book. Barry Firth, at Saufley AFB, 0'
Doley Mersey, Elbert Hersey Mrs Belle Gnann and Mrs. near Pensacola over the
Percy Sullivan and Jessie Carlie Triest cut the bride's weekend. Barry will leave
Lee brother-in-law of the cake, and presiding at the two Sunday for Corpus Christi,
bride. punch bowls were Delores Texas for further training.Mr. .
!Mrs Mary Hersey, sister of Dampier, Barbara Griffis,
the groom, served as matronof Charlotte Hersey and Jean .and Mrs.John M. !Miller and
iiot42ii honor She wore a baby blue Haulerson. and children, Mary Ann and
double knit dress; white Following a wedding trip to Kevin are spending a week's
beaded crown with blue net, St. Augustine the couple is vacation in the Smoky
and carried a nosegay of white residing in Keystone I Heights.The Mountains of North Carolina,
mums. bride is a teacher's aide and visiting relatives in East
/ not/ Lois Ilersey and Deborah at Southside Elementary Tennessee. They will be accompanied OLDSMOBILESFOR
Douglass, sisters of the School Starke, and the groomis home by Mr.
groom, Karen Packham and employed at Clay Electric Miller's mother, Mrs. S. M.
Debbie Griff, sister-in-law of Cooperative in Keystone Miller, who has been visitingin
the bride. served as I[eights.O Tennessee for several
Any
inherit weeks.
.o oooo o ooo oo o 0 8 B itO OOOO B 0 0 OOO B I YOUR SELECTION

Miss Jean Mundy of
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Royster, Mr. and Mrs Merritt II.
Tallahassee is vacationing at
needle Work Jr. and family of Hurst!, Texas Williams attended the Ilarrls- her cottage on Kingsley Lake
spent last week with Mrs. Stange wedding at the LakeShore for two weeks.
Mamie Lou Edwards and Mr. United Methodist Church
and Mrs. Drew Reddish while In Jacksonville last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett
make/ enroute to their new home In evening. Their grand- and daughter, Karen, of 5 Demonstrators!
Augusta Gn.Group daughter, Emily Anne Taylor, Jacksonville are spending this
was flower girl In the wed- week at Kingsley Lake.
Sure of Slacks 1/3 Off ding, and another grand -
Your Girls Back to School daughter, Christina Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith
10 to331/3;; Off passed out rice bags at the and daughter, Terri, were
Leila's in the Smoky
reception.Mrs. vacationing BIG DISCOUNTSALSO
Mountains last week.
Children WI Leah Macheda of H. M.\ Richarde and of
Edward Ensor
Jacksonville spent the Mrs.S. R. Johns of Starke and Mrs.
her
weekend with her grand- Jacksonville visited
Mrs. II. A. Durden of
parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. E. :M.\ Jacksonville Beach spent last mother. Mrs. Bertha Pearce,
Norton,of Kingsley Lake. Her Wednesday to Sunday with over the weekend.

2Jhe magic needle mother, Mrs Richard Mr. and Mrs. Zack Crawfordand (See Page 4))
Macheda, came for her on family in Augusta, Ga.
Monday Mrs. Richarde and Mrs.
Durden also visited !Mr. and THE BRADFORD 3 Used 1973 Pickups2Used19730ldsmobiles
1517 J e.Junf 121. Kevin Crawford of Ocala Mrs Hamilton Ritch who COUNTY TELEGRAPH Chevy
and Lisa Fink of Green Cove were camping at Lake Published every Thursday
Clarke, .7fn. Springs are spending this Raburn, Ga. at 138 W. Call. Street
week with their grand- Starke, Florida 32091
1li/,...,4.J. j,ary Oitin, mothers, Mrs. W. II. Hart and Mark Crawford is home
:Mrs Ella Moody.Garden Tuesday to Sunday from, Second Class postage paidat
Mississippi College.Mr Starke, Florida

I HMMI IH B H
and Mrs. Barney SubscriptllRates( \ :
McKae and Mrs. Al Harleyand In trade area: $6.00 per
children are visiting Mr. year $3.SO six months 1 Used 1973 Pontiac
and Mrs Ira Wells at Gulf Ouulde trade area: $7.00 !
Breeze for several days. per year: $4.00 >Lx months
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Liquors Open HousePublic MARKEDWAY



Invited Saturday, Aug. 25 To


View Newly Completed Lawtey DOWN

Open9A'M11PMBradford Volunteer Fire Department


Building. Funster George Huggins

County's Will Be Featured Speaker.

See You Soon

Fried and Smoked
FIRST Package Store

Mullet Fish Fry


801 N. TempleAve. Lawtey's Volunteer Fire

Department Is Proud Of

Starke This Addition To The

Come Join
Community. m yaatn nan "' -1$00

Phone 9648080OPEN The Fun Saturday At The FLORIDA


Lawtey StrawberryWharf.

6 DAYS 4<''Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer*


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Wrecks. * * * * *

I J (From Page 1))
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'Remember the poor-it co U nothing.! (Josh Billings) Florida Highway Patrol or the

rP Other County Sheriff's minor Department.accidents : A +: .

t reported by the Starke Police
Shop Our ?, Department were: : t

r
Jacqueline Dooley: Fife and '
d'1c
Nursery George W. Fife of Ft. Myers, c

m.- 1 For Specials from were Hospital treated the after Bradford and the released wheels County LOOK J

locked on a 1965 Ford driven : :
by Sharon Murry McCaffery
SHRUBBERY 15% off and the Ford ran Into the
--- path of a 1966 Dodge drivenby
Dr. Gillespy Fife. Both vehicles were

TREir20% Off New Health totaled. IIc II/

Fife was headed south on AT' :
30% Off US301'and :
ROSES ---------- Director headed north McCaffery on US301. Mc-was

DutiesDr. Caffery was slowing for a car
SMALL PINE TREES--4% Off Begins In front when she applied

Robert R. Glllespy.Jr. brakes and the left front wheel r i
t 'oulls The Time To Plant has been named the new health cross locked the causing median Into the the car path to : :
director for Bradford, Clay of Fife. THEFUTURE .1
Grass Seed and Union Counties
McCaffery was arrested for h.Ill
Dr. Glllespy was born in
Argentine Bahia LB. $121 New Orleans and attended high careless occurred driving.August The 17 accident at-
school In Garden City New
2:34 p.m. In Starke on US-
LB -57 York He wont linigh college 301, 50 feet south of Mar-
Pensacola Bahia on the Navy V-12 Pro-
ket Road.
and received his B.A.
gram No Injuries occured whena
degree from W Wesleyan: Con. 1966 Pontiac Coupe drivenby : :
Cow He recoUed
netlcaU his M.
Jackie
Eugene Thomas side
D. from Tulane University
degree -
swiped a 1973 Oldsmobile
..
and took his
ManureSTERILIZED residency
Coupe owned by Carl Edwin
at the Navnl Hospital in Oakland -
Griffls causing $300 worthof
CaU'ornla where he
damage to Griffls'
specialized ii Internal med car.
SMALL $177 Griffls was headed west on
cine. west SR-100. When he started
WEED FREE SIZE Dr. Glllespy served 23years
LARGE $351CONTROLS of active duty In the Navy and around a curve a car
SIZE has just recently retired. Ids came side around of the the road curve the two-on : HERE ARE SOME FACTS :
His wife Is the former RaeMatthews
$1 .17 side-swiped. The accldentoc-:
; ; of Vernon,Alabama.
BANS- FLEAS UP They have two children,Susan curred August at 12:05: ajn.
FLEA TO 3 MO. 17, and Fireball, 11. The Glll- In Starke on SR100 west.
Thomas arrested for
was
COLLAR reside In Orange Park
espy's \
driving while Intoxicated.
When You Vote
4O LB BAG .77King A 1969 Cheverolet Sedan -3(
.
Jailed driven by Henry Tomlinson
of Lake Butler collided with
the back of a 1972 Plymouth

20 DaysA Sedan Starke.driven Tomlinson by Louis Crewsof stopped : FOR :

Of In the road and Crewsran
Into the back of him;
40-day term In the Brad- no injuries resulted.Damagesto
r-l 1 The ford County Jail was handed Tomllnson's car were estimated -
: row MOWERS Tuesday morning to Robert at $50. The accident 9( I' 9'
Lee Martin who pleaded guilty occurred August 18 at 4:40
to driving with no valid dri p.m. In Starke on US-301.
High Wheels ver's license and possessionof
r r alcohol by a minor. A 1969 Cheverolet truck
Martin 20, driven Joe Sapp Government On
'rI Starke. was by Dowling City Management
1 At Its sentenced by County Judge collided Aug. 20 with the rear +
\I : /i Quality Elzle S. Sanders during non- of a 1971 Maverick driven by
\ ." Jury trials Tuesday In County Kenneth Lavern Carter.

f Best FullyGlLaranteed ently offense.Court.serve Martin 20 Is days to concurr-on each rear cident.closely Carter of Sapp and The was collided accident causing following Into the occur-ac-the too :: Sept. 11. The Following Holds True :

Eva Lou Whittle and Doris
red
A August 20 at 4:40 p.m.
= -
t Robinson were placed on six In Starke on US-301 15 feet
months court probation after S.E. of Injuries
SR-16. no oc

WE TAKE From $ IRQ95 being fraud. They charged are for to see welfare Mrs. curred.A ic IT DOES NOT In Any Way Have Any

Janet Powell of Divisions of 1973 Ford Truck drivenby
TRADES REGARDLESS OF CONDITION I I10.'DA Family Services and arriveat Steven Fred Judson of Key- it To Do With The Police Chiefs Race
the sum they owe to pay stone Heights collided with Thing
GARDEN $10 per month to the State. the rear of a 1966 Chevrolet

:. William Earl Powell was station wagon driven by Wood- it Or The Police Department.
EST CENTER row Wilson Bailey.
found guilty of Improper
ONnOL 539 East Call St. change of lane or course and on Bailey Call Street was traveling while Judsonwas east
was fined $51 or five daysIn
ft CHEMICAL CO.PII.. 964.5745 jail crossing Call St. and 9T
struck Bailey's car In the
rear causing $50 worth of T
damage to both vehicles.

The 21 accident at 10:33 a.m.occured In Starkeon August 9' IT DOES NOT Concern The Present Clerk's 9'

Call St.; no Injuries resulted

I 9' Race. Whoever Is Elected Will Serve The


WrttWrtching. Ielu 4 Full Term Of Office.IT .

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A new old idea. Local admittances to I

Bradford County Hospital this
week include: Miss Elizabeth DOES NOT Affect Your Vote To Control

I Akridge, Martin Morrow, 9'
Mrs. Evelyn Henry, Mrs. Government. You Will Still
BeaWattWitcher Stella O'Neal Mrs. Susan City Elect The
Geiger, Noble McDonald,
and watch what you save. Mrs. Martha Sundem, Mrs. City Commission To Whom The City
CU RC CY Barbara Tew, Miss! ElizabethCox
Ronald Noegel Mrs.
Wanda Testone Starke; Mrs. 9' Manager Will Directly Be Responsible.
Nancy Starling and Thomas '., .
Save Both
How ,
to
I
Tatum, Sr., Lawtey; Mrs.
I ", Lattice Rucker Lake Butler;
II.I. .. ",,."U, "..,."". ,"".. '..' ...,. """ James Kuykendall, Keystone T TI
"" ",".., ...," ..... Heights. .
I 11\1"". .,- .." .. -..,oj, /..
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; ; ; : ::; :,. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and I
.
,,,. ,,'.........,",,,," daughters spent the weekendat
,.. -..'...".'..".u.....,..'.". Disney World. 9' IT DOES TOT Go Into Effect Until 1975.
". ':..;. ....:.......:1.-..;,:.::
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... ,, .... Mr. and Mrs. F. V. ,"
.. ...." Herlong 9'
I I ,",... .... "....., of Jacksonville were Sunday 9'
,,'.... ,' ..
: :1::::: evening
;,,'.:..".. !:;'M"" super guests of Mrs.
\ L, :";:':'iC:;:":: ;'. W. F.
..,:,.:.:: (,::!:'.:,..;-:-:;: ..: .
I II Mrs. Edward Burns attended : :
I
VOTE FOR PROGRESSIVE
:
..i}< ; E.::J'r': : a family reunion at the
home of
[.-..-.. Flume. '. tun.......DiwiN".... her great niece, Mr.
.I.I.,.....-.....-. -...,., and Mrs. Terry Miller in .

j ".t..........:..:...:..._:.:'::......:..:..:.:..:.;c.:,w...'.'.,'LU.,:.:.. ,.......". .... .,..'... .....- : F= .. L-, Harrisburg, Pa. last week.
.. Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steele : GOVERNMENT
;!.:::'.:-... :-: : : :
and family of Plant City were
last Thursday and Friday
1918 1973If guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy at
Kingsley Lake.
you read the newspaper, watch TV or listen to radio, you're
T T
probably aware of FPL's Watt Watcher Program, a concerned effort to Mr. and Mrs. Edward **
help our customers save money. While helping save electricity.But Wainwright Mr. and Mrs.
watt-watching is nothing new. And this is not the first time Clyde B.Terwillegar, Jr.. Dr. We Ask YOUR 9'
Americans have been concerned about conserving energy. The electric and Mrs. J. H. Mmesinger.. Support
Steve Whitehead Dr. and
industry was promoting economical efficient use of power more than
half a century ago. We feel that when electricity is used wisely, it's one and Mrs.Mrs.Richard Bob Odom Ferguson and Mr attended ***
of your biggest bargains. a Housewarming
So be a Watt Watcher. You'll save yourself some money. While Party Saturday evening given *
carrying on a grand old tradition. by Mr. and Mrs. John

APL 1 .: Mussolme in East Palatka.at their new home / The Committee For Management Govt.

...... icit
*to*!*k UQMI COM.***


Be a Watt Watcher and watch what you save. Olive Moredock.Mr.,and and Miss Jr. and Dea Mrs.Moredock daughter Howe + (PAID POL ADV) ic

of Miami spent last week at

I Lake.the Ryder cottage at Kingsley n * *

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23, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 5


5 Days ,In Jail County Jury Finds Man GuiltyOf I

William Aaron Heaton was Stealing Convertible Top
found guilty; by a Jury In a c ...
FLORIDATHEATRE ,county; court trial Monday on Randale Lee Canterbury, ere
charges of reckless driving, {:Jacksonville, was found guiltyby ; Two witnesses testifying against I narked In front convertible of mv house.there
willful and wanton, and "as a Jury In a county; court \ Canterbury stated that a Triumph In It and they
sentenced to five days InBrad-. 'trial Wednesday on chargesof Canterbury had stolen a con- were two boys and I helped
trouble
ford County; Jail by Counts' petit larceny and a pre vertible top off of a Triumph had car*"
Judge Elzle S. Sanders. sentence Investigation was ordered convertible July 8. them.
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 by Judge Elzle S.Sand- "There was an automobile
"Heaton was traveling extremely
Sunday 3:00
Fri. Thru Saturday Tues.1:00 he ran a fast stop, sign spinning, and tires pulled, * * * * *

r recklessely out ethic mother- I I THE MAN BEHIND THE BADGE *


MCQUEEoMacGRAW/ iC- MUST. BE QUALIFIED . AND iCic iCiC

THAT' MEANS iC


THE :: EXPERIENCE --KK


GETAWAYSun. BILL'C'


Thru Tues.A l : CHAMBERS' f *

SAM PECKINPAH FILM 1 *
iC HAS *
FROM FIRST ARTISTS
iC Years Of *
rm \ I,
iC, 1X Continuously ar' -X

PLUS ; ie' /Z Service With ...:jpiC *
"Something Big"
( The Starke *

iC Police Department', rill \ ,A.dI. *
.l.A
301 : J
iC *

Show Begins -"C,BILL CHAMBERS *

Sun. Bystanders"I' iC Is Now Serving As Your Chief. *
MAD DOG : *
r w an Has 15 Certificates From Different

iC Police Training Schools. -- *

[ ] -' Has A Fla. State Teacher's Certificate *

-fc For Police Training At The Vo-Tech School. *

:Women...Torn... : AND VOTEFOR ELECT BILL CHAMBERS Your *

tt Chief iC
-K
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)

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METROCOLOR

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OF STARK !

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OURT : U.t.:JOT NO TM P.O.WIAWM 1090 .
\ ; .STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 \
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Sha (!: I $2000 : .


COLUMBIA PICTURES' *.*.ROBERT: M : \

"Innocent ;: I. F.Weekend SpecialYou

of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hardy, 327 N. Walnut Street,
Starke. Can Feel Like A Million Miles
Robert Moore Edwards(Bob) Away
Don't 20, plays the guitar and piano,
Is a graduate of Bradford High
Here At Home
School, a graduate of St.Johns Right
River Junior College, Pa-
latka, member of the First

son Baptist of Mr.Church and Mrs.of Starke W.H.Ed, and Stay Friday Nite and Sat. Nite
waste another wards Jr.,Klngsley Lake. He
Is enrolled to enter the University -
; of Florida this fall.
David drums II., Jordan Is a graduate, 20playsthe of For Just 2O.OO
second! Bradford High School, a stu-
dent at Santa Fe Junior Col-
the lege,First Gainesville Methodist, member Churchof of OVER HALF OFF FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR

Starke, and son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eston Jordan, 385 Alton
Road Starke.
Plan to attend the gospel
ENJOY
90E4v0 sing sponsored by the Brad-
ford County Volunteer Fire
Department Ladies Auxiliary
at B.II.S.auditorium Saturday,
August 25, at7:30 p.m.Adult's Swimming Pool Cocktail Lounge
$1 and children .50. Several

7 Graduates Restaurant Live EntertainmentAll

W Get Degrees

At UniversitySeven Color T. V.

Bradford County
residents were among the
more than 1,600 University of Weekend Fun For
A .
4NG Florida students who were of ,
candidates for degrees during .

were vocation the summer: on August quarter 25. They con Mom Dad and the Family .

Mary Agnes Ferguson,
Master's Degree in \
'
73 Ford Dealer Education; James Reginald I
Flynn, Bachelor of Arts; ei a Of STARK!
Roger Allen Kelly, Bachelorof ,
Clearance Science in Business Ad.
on now John Eric
ministration;
Lundquist, Bachelor of ji!
Science in Education;
You've waited and now's the deals of the year on brand-new Elizabeth Ann McLeod, Valid Registration"v ,
time to buy...Ford Dealer Clear- 73s. They've all got to go and Bachelor Education; William of Arts Michael in [ Must .
ance Time. Beat the rising cost they're going fast. Better see McRae, Bachelor of Arts in Upon
of family transportation. Beat your Ford Dealer soon and Education; Katharine Elise .. .
-
of Arts.
the '74 prices with the biggest you'd better hurry I Peek Bachelor
Must Present T. G. I. F. Coupon
Motors
Terwillegar Scientists/ art predictingthat
some day -babies will b. Upon Registration
Starke Fla. born on the moon. Wt'vt always -
the Itttlf
thought that
FirstServeAugust .
First Come
No Reservations-
The Finest Cars Sold Anywhere By A Dealer You Can Trust boy from down(her*. the block cam -T- -- --- _. .. .. .
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Best Forest .. ..................................................................

Mrs. Whitehead (From Page 1)) dustry people" stated Hutch- Dennis representing the St.
Ins. Regis Woodlands and Wood
ant rating factors. Supply Division.
Services .
TodayMrs. "Container Corporation of
Doing well In the statewide America and ITT Rayonler "The school forest Is really

Ida C. Whitehead. 85, forestry contest Is not unusual have given us a lot of help coming of age now" Hutchins
Tuesday for Bradford County, In preparing our land for planting said. "Our boys and staff
of Santa Fe Lake, died In the past 20
In Gainesville after a years approx- and St. Regis has provided members have done a fine
imately $1500 In
prize money us with the tree seed- good fores-
Job In promoting
In Rich
Illness. Born
lengthy
has been awarded to the Brad- "
mond County, Ga. on Feb. 21, ford FFA by St. Regis. For lings. try on the FFA's woodlands

1888, she was a retired South- F 1d it a every year It has been entered he explained.
ern Bell Telephone operator a in the contest the Bradford Earlier this month Paul ,,
and a member of the Baptist School Forcsthas never placed Hutchlns and his son District p..eowo.ow
Church. a lower than third. This is IV PTA President Paul Hutch TILLY DENIES that she Is
Surviving Is one son, LaytonD. e ir 1 a record to be proud of.States Ins, Jr. attended the Annual an apathetic citizen, just be-
Whitehead, of Freeport Advisor Hutchlns. Agricultural Teachers Ban- cause she was so busy making -
Grand Bahamas. Jif quet In Miami. Paul Hutchlns /: plans for her election
Funeral services will be "We have gotten very good Jr. received the first place night party that she didnt
held at the graveside In River- r *r 4 :Z1'i' : cooperation from Forest In- award and check from Carl have time to vote.

side Memorial Park In Jack- .: ,
sonville at 4 p.m. Thursday. 9 r
_Jt
Arrangements are In chargeof

Home.DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Lu' 8AC -TO- CNOO

1A' y

A'r_ -. NEEDS !

An election is a sad time # -til
for the little man. He knowsit 1" } .+e7 n
will be nearly four years

nearly before that anybody much again.loves him John Myers, Manager, of the Chamber of 'ommf'rce.Looking on are the three prisoners who helped rebuild the JfJDliur;
the Chief of the Lawtey -
station, and James Wainwright.
presents Law ley Sheriff Millard Jordan with the BIP award. ,
,, ,, Community<:atlonal Center.
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JacksonvilleDirectory Lawtey. To Celebrate New Fire House With Fish Fry tCVA v,' I


The Lawtey Volunteer Fire pared. Music will be pro- Jordan headed the project and Plastering of Lawtey. The
Department will host an Open vided by the Florida State obtained the help of three building Is completely finished
House Saturday August 25, Prison Band. Guest speakerwill minimum security Inmates Inside the interior is stuc- : / 6
from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. at be George Huggins. from the Florida State Prison; coed. $ fi
Service the Strawberry Wharf. The new fire department Tommy Campbell James The Fire Department received ; r'
Sales and
Auto There will be a Fish Fry building was the former city Cornwall and Issac Warren. the Bradford Improve-
Motors with 800 pounds of mullet, jail and has been rebuilt with Stone for the front of the build- ment Program Award for Its
Fairish fried and smoked. being pre- the support of the whole com- ing was donated by II & II new building.
munity. Police Chief Millard


SESVICF ALFS PARTS VOLVO School Lunch Prices Up -15CHigher Summer r"a



Alwart Good) steed! Can. Doldrums
food costs forced the black.In seven and one half hour day
III Lain St. Pk. 3H-S. ..
'Bradford County School Board other action at the special (same as teachers). Richard +
to raise school lunch prices Jockel explained that principals Hit
PIANOS .15 cents per plate in action called session Tuesday even- had shown that the new CitySummer

YAMHPUNOS finalized In a special meeting Ing the Board shortened the pay schedule for some posi- s
: and Tuesday night. Work Day for IA and 2 AClerks tions produced reductions In doldrums hit the

CONN : KIMBALL; Students lunches in all elementary as well as teacher's aide per/hour pay. The work day Starke City Council Tuesday
schools will.-be 40 classifications one and two. for these people will be night, with one member absent -

cents In the new term eglnnlng These persons will work a shortened to solve that in- on vacation, and onlya ..
equity. few items of minor importance -
Monday, Aug. 27. Stu-
dents In Bradford Middle School City Election Supt. Jim Temple recom- on the agenda.
Bradford High School mended the names of two men; The meeting was adjourned -
and !Bradford-Union Area Vocational (From Page 1)) Hank Lott to be hired as in less than a hour-be- It's That Time Again !
Technical Center will heating and air conditioning lieved to be some kind of
pay 50 cents Adult lunches his third term. technician and Jerj-ne Grlttls record of brevity for the usually -
this year will cost 75C.( In 1967 Rosser ran for his as an electrician. Salariesfor busy councilman. BUTDON'T
K1MHAI.L: SWINGER"oIw.1N9=" but was defeatedby were adjusted -
Last elementary students fourth term these positions
year
Nearest\ to excitement
paid 25 cents, middle Bobby Biggs, losing by the upward to gain their thing WORRY-
offered Tuesday night was an
Roo .lt Moll 388-8519 wentto
v The electrician
:and high school students 35 vote of 1,027-607. services.
2929 N. W. 13th Goin.ivllU cents, and adults 50 cents. In 1969 Rosser lost to Ken $9,000 and the heating and interlude, ex-employee with Harvey of the Cooper street- Handy-Way will be open early and late in case you should
60 votes, 790730.In salary was raised to $9
FURNITURE. Rising food prices and, In Fuqua air department, who objected vigorously forget something
particular, the sharp Increase 1971 Rosser lost to FuquaIn 750. to having his ser-
lUKMITURIUp In meat prices have been the a runoff by 85 votes. Bill Dampier, director of vices terminated as of Aug- AND
reason behind recent school Rosser has had 7 and a the vo tech school asked the

DISCOUN staff decisions that lunch pri- half years experience on the Board to raise the Commercial intendent ust 16 by S.R.department Hicks for super-fail- Our shelves are fully stocked with all the goodies and school

Complete i ces must be_ Increased. In Police Force one and a half Truck Driving fee from ure to carry out orders. Co- supplies you will need.
Household of those years being servedas $100 to $125 because the cou-
\ the final action Tuesday night rse had been lengthened from oper denied the charge but
f
urnnhinaUp a patrolman.Bill
the school board tacked a- 33 was nam- six to eight weeks which the the Council voted to accept "
Chambers
,
| OPEN FROM 7:00 TO 11:00 EVERY DAY |
:
Tft *0% Savings nother nickel Llcrease oil e19n ed Acting Chief by the city board approved, effective Hicks' recommendation for
:>ntary lunches and added 10 council when Fuqua resignedIn October 15. dismissal.
Boxley Choir Co. cents above the fifth grade, that City' Clerk Merrill Edwardswas
June. He Is using as At that point the board meet-
above the 35 and 40 cents levels Instructed to charge KOA
BlorU to seek the work session to
64* Cosstrt \ a springboard ing became a )
(Kampground of America the
discussed earlier. Chief This Is Chamber'sfirst Insurance' rates for all
From 1.10\ post. update
The Telegraph Incorrectly try at city politics. lie buildings In the county. Next regular fees of $2 per front
Jacksonville347.1741\ reported in its August 16 Issue Force for sewer line extension, and
has been with the Police board meeting Is s edulej
that prices had been set at 35 $60 for tap-on-fee. Fees were HandijUJaiiFOOD
since 1964.Former for Sept. 4.Chiickholos.
AUTO ELECTRIC_ and 40 cents, but it has since City Councilman also discussed for the new

been learned that action on the Is making his second shopping center now under
Bowen,39
PEAVY Brothers lunch price Increases was not bid for the Chief post. construction on South 301, and

Electric: Co., final until Tuesday night's He ran In 1971 against Fuqua e a the proposed new CommunityBank
board action.SchoollW1ch. and Rosser and came In third in the streets building.
Alternator Starters prices were cuta with 267 votes.In uie gradually being filled in Councilman Charles Sch- STORES
Generators nickel during the 1972-73 1969 Bowen was electedto and: it's soil of like the extracted aefer reported that shrubberyand
Regulators
term under Supt. Tom Casey the Group council seat by aching, tooth; we ap- the fence at the old city
AUTOTRUCK. when the school staff reported defeating Incumbent Gerald prcciate the relief but soil jail In the city hall will be

a surplus of funds In school Williams 935-542. He gave of miss it. removed and a three-car CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOUr

DIESEL lunch accounts. School lunch up his seat to run for ChiefIn parking space arranged In that
rooms, subsidized by the federal for the
1971. space city police de-
4044 Lenox Av. Jox.
government, are not operated -
mechanic atTer- partment.
Bowen Is a School I Sch edule.
387.2528 to make money but wlllenar Motors and the owner -

- the school cafeterias officials slightly strive to in keep the .Starke.of several washeterlas in (From Page 1)) ,r rJga


) said that every plan con
templated had some /Twk
draw backs The board okayedone s t t.3rR .
special run to Green Acres
with a small mini-bus to
counteract that problem there "

Nustanft when several parents complained 3i II1L1I1rr
two weeks ago _

The FTE funding program, __ : -' _ _ _
on which the new darily u
schedule, and consequentlythe
bus schedule, is based
MOBILE HOMES INC. replaces the state's Minimum
Foundation Program adopted 61'
in 1947 It is a much simpler .
school funding program basedon MADISON 4 *r m **tt>s '
1650 N. Temple A\e. 964-7212
number of students :
the
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enrolled on a full time basis. i- j
Starke, Fla. Open 916 Sun. The FTE program! has k I< j = = r -
-
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already netted Bradford -{
Your schools $500,000. more than the _
Mobile Home MFP did last year. w
'
Bradford students returning ,. .d'
to school Monday, Aug 'J:7. but so 'eri' eo'
Shopping CenterFeaturing will get a holiday next Mon In a Ia lrii u rn MORTGAGE FINANCING
day, Sept 3, for Labor Day. a 1. i tea, to qujhtitd, property owner*
Clay County students don't the FLORIDIAN e is en the MONTE CARLO IA IJ Choosi your niw hom from thi mon than twinly tam-
begin school until September, 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath designed models ind custom.construction on your
Altair Ara Area Boanza Bronzwood Capella Crescent but Bradford students will end properly will begin almost immediately' It'I II simple

Draco Elmwood Cranvi.le Sheffield earlier.their Teachers 180-day began term their a week 196- NEW! plans ( Itfl! /_ IS that


Clearance day work year Monday, A Cos.( 2i Lr u

August Sale ContinuesA having been in pre-planning Her in three eiciting. comnleloly new Jim Walter.designed hornet, .'larger homes for today's famihas. .hornet planned oIS1lUott H pe
73 Homes Must Go! sessions all week. for comfortable' living, But these are not the only new dtsigns There Ira tight' new models You'll find one that's right for your II I l.r
A total of 17 pupil holidaysare family ,one that can be built for you almost.nVWh.fI.h.1 you own property And when Jim Walter builds your new home. ti t su Cct&gei
on the 1973-74 Bradford you'll hers the option t>do some of your own Inside finishing, to save money, h
1973 Doublewide 1973 Sheffield school calender, the first HERE'S HOW. .

Bedroom coming on Labor Day. We'll build your new home, completely finishing th 12x68 4
Draco Thanksgiving holidays will be FOUNDATION. ROOFING SIDING. WINDOWS, DOORS. PAINTING. FREE!

3 Bedroom 1 l1h! Bath 1'/z 1 '! Bath ,Completely observed Christmas November vacation 22 and begins 23. We'll also offer you a more completed home. You'll have options to purchase inside materials we WANT YOU to

December 20 and students will and Installation of ELECTRICAL WIRING PLUMBING. FLOORING WALLS WHAT raw Monmr 0:0:7tJ'O'JN1NtFfiS wi
Furnished From Kitchen DOORS TRIM, KITCHEN AND BATH FIXTURES. Also WiHTTOU TOUIOWMOHtABOIir THtSUPHtlO
Fully Furnished return to school January 2. MATtmttSAHO/ THtautiiTrcoisraucTionuiiHOoswilt
Appliances Bedding vacation is 812. You choose how nearly complete you want the interior, of your new home to be The mora you do the less your cost will, be. vf THIN AFTER YOU HAVE THE ttcis YOU
Was Spring April You can purchase end Install Individual option packages or have them completely. installed by Jim Welter. When Jim' Wailer (0JIM WAI TlH SHOUlD BUilD YOUR NEW'OM';
Was Final day of school will be installs all interior options, you n..d only paint, or paper walls, paint the trim connect to outside utilities and move in.Either flf&S: OH IIHO THI COUPOH TO THI HlAKliT. Jim
Now $8995 June 7, if no days are missedfor way. the cost con b.lnclud."n your mortgage. ,and either, way you SAVE on construction WMIONIIOMAMA70N At PANS ran coMPiiri,"'o on/
$959500 '495" Now $689! inclement weather or -- -- -
other emergencies.. Teacherswill JIM WALTER HOMES ; ]
be on duty until June 12. I/ Mail(would to fib,ntaretl. la haw oMicvlI moreInformation
This is Your COUPON GOOD FOR Four teacher planning days ii9),24 'y and th.cotr of I
Ii are scheduled for the year, building an my Prop riV. I .
NOT 10,000 But 15,000 S&H Green ?-? when teachers will work but "understand 0 obligation there to would buy and b. :

{Stamps With The Purchase of a NEW 73 HOME They students will are have scheduled a holiday. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32216 OCALA, FLA. 32670 I that Noon you freo would of charge givo mate.. : : I

P.O. lox 16965
November 21, giving studentsa 3001 South" Pin* St. I NAMtADDIlif I
OUR PRICES INCLUDES DELIVERY WITHIN 100 MI. three-day Thanksgiving 6227,Phillip. Hwy.
break; January 24, March 8, P.O. Bon 954 I I
CEMENT BLOCK INSTALLATION OF HURRICANE U.S. No. 1 South CITY_ sou
TIE DOWNS
and April 5. In addition, four Ph. 622-8118>f .. ,
Ph. 733-3250 Telephone ( neighbor*)
25! FT OF WATER HOOK-UP ft r 20 FT OF SEWER PIPE PLUS A SET OF STEPS teacher-parent conference I If.....1 revto pleaito. vivo /Itl."tI'TOPIN I
scheduled
days are for Oc
tober 12, October 19 8'lilS ...--....
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HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy (\
I CITY COUNCIL: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fon- o\\\.e O,0

taine and family (\ '
are spending ..
bb \
The meeting was called tool'der ( (\
Josephine Fontaine their vacation with Mr. Fontatne's 0\\ q I
by- Chairman Pat Glo- Clerk: Mrs. Shirley: Forsythand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q V'q GoJ ..'\
ver at 8:13: Aug. 14 All new septic tank.. She was told ver said the County; was workIng Miss. Bonnie Trisler. Wllflrd Fontaine. The Edward 19b c\\ I qbq
;
member were present. As the to see Mr. Curtis, as he is on It, but he did ask Miss Fontaines are members of '\
last meeting had not been adjourned head of that committee. After Trisler to write a letter about City; Marshal: Fred Phillipsand the Square Dancers and their
they continued on to a lot of discussion about the Protein Plant. Ralph M. Vaughan.We Parents had the pleasure of i $
take care of dwLull! : I from who the Council would get to Bills were presented to the seeing them dance In Gainesville _
It. Mr. HarV.:.: Tho City; Attorney do the City; work, Mr. Glover Council, and the meeting ad- exted our sympathy to last Thursday evening. '
suggested:that they pay asked for an adjournment of journed.As Mrs. Ruth Dennison and all ..'
the men who had worked, as that mooting so that they could of this day these names the family on the death of Mr. and Mrs. George Rod- TO TilE VOTERS J'':
It had been a custom In the get on with the next meeting. have been given to me as her sister. Mrs. Cleo Harris, requez and family vacationed '
past to do BO. It was adjourned. those who qualified for the of Jacksonville. In Toledo, Ohio and Lower OF TIlE CITY OF STARKE
Several things wore broughtou The new meeting on new following: offices: Michigan for the past two
by residents who wherb business, City Clerk reportedno RECREATION; weeks, and also attended the
at the meeting: the front response to the no parking COW'I1":11:' : : Mrs. Frances wedding of Mrs. Rodrique's of
for the Chief
of the City; Hall was dirty signs that were to be put on Wadsworth A. C. Dennison, Hampton Senior Citizens sister, Debbie Eaton, who became I am a Candidate
wth! trash and cans aroundIt Highway 18 throua" Hampton. aril.:! Mrs. Grace Adklns Beal. held their regular meeting on the bride 3l: Greg Police of Starke in the upcoming City

also fists: Viva complaints Fred Phillips, Fire Chief, Mayor: Arthur Bruno. Aug. 17. Some members were Rimer. The marriage was election on September 11. I earnestly
about the grass not being cut gave a report on the tire absent as there was sickness, In Temperence, Mich. The solicit vote and support.I .
on City; proorty, and there trucks. Mr. Parker, City .. .. rl I also a death In the family atone Rimers honeymooned In Florida your
was no one to pickup the largo Marshal, gave a police report of the members. Some and hope to make their
Mm'-s -uid remove the trees Mr. Glover asked who SENIORCITIZENS had out of town visitors, but home somewhere In this state.
elected
1966. served City
served officer from 1961 to as
police
when the high winds blew thenIn ; would work and Mr. Summerssaid those present enjoyed sing- as a your
the streets. he would work as Poll ing happy birthday to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald hells Councilman from 1969 to 1971.1 served you faithfully and to the best of my

Mr. Trisler made a motion Marshal. Miss Trisler was Belle Brown and then enjoyed and family of Hampton attended ability.
that no elected City official told to pat the books for people __ eating her birthday cake with the Beekeepers lash!-
or r I
should do any work, that he to register to vote In the punch. The door prize was tue at 4-H Camp McQuarrie
was paid for by the City.other City of Hampton, In a public We received a letter and a won by Frances Wadsworth. near Astor, Aug. 13-15. The With my experience as a Police Officer and my experience on the City
than his elected duties. Mr. place, as the books have beenIn copy of House Bill 2227 pertaining Bingo was enjoyed by all. The University of Florida Exten- Council certainly gives me the qualifications for the important office that I
Lott said lie would second the her homo for the past year. to the $10,000 Home- next meeting will be Sept. 7 sion Service sponsored the seek. This combined experience gives me the overall knowledge of City
motion If the Mr. Curtis made motion
only men got : a stead Exemption from Frank at 7:30. Institute which consisted of
paid for the work that they that they be placed In Waters Williams. The bill will be educational meetings of Interest affairs of which the Police Department is an internal part.

had done and the Council Grocery. Mr. Lott secondedthe entered Into the Legislative FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS to beekeepers. While the

Chairman had refused to pay. motion and It carried.The hopper during the 1974 sess- men were in meetings, child- As your Chief of Police my fundamental duty will be to safeguard lives
After some discussion the registration closed Wednesday ion, co-sponsored by Frank Mr. and Mrs. Chief Ware
ren of those present played
the innocent and weak and the peaceful against
Council agreed to pay and the evening at 5., Aug. 22. Williams and Bill Gibson from have moved here from Fer- table games and went swim- and property; to protect ,
motion was again brought up The Council Discussed and Orlando. Rep. Williams will nandina, and are living Just ming in the lake at the camp. violence and disorder; and to punish the guilty.I .
and Mr. Lott again secondedIt voted to have a $6 qualifying: attend our Club meeting on off Highway 325. Since the camp has cabins

with no restrictions. There fee when a resident wantedto Sept. 11 and will address us on made for girls on one side recognize the badge of this office as a symbol of public faith, and I will
was a discussion about cuttingthe run for office. Mrs. Bobby II.B. 2227 and the functions of Linda Kay Gatlin, who has and for boys on the other, !:
rest of the trees, but Mr. Sheppherd asked about the our State Gov't. with the aid been visiting with her aunt men and boys stayed In cabins accept it as a public trust to be held so long as I am true to the ethics of the

Glover said there wasn't enough drainage situation, but as yet of slides and charts. and uncle and cousin, Mr. separate from the women and public service.
money to have the rest there is no decision aboutit. Invitations have been sent to and Mrs. W.R. Gatlln and girls, so for two nights the
of it done. Marklee Norman asked a- Hampton, Green Cove Springs, family, returned to her homeIn families were separated.
Mrs. Mary Thompson ask bout the Protein Plan as the Lake City; Melrose, and Pa- Fort Myers Beach. Sincerely,
for permission to put In a odors are still r. Glo- latka Senior Citizens Clubs BIRTHDAYS: Mrs. Belle Br-

calling a meeting of their Jinny Davis spent the week- own, August 21.ANNIVERSARIES. Jimmy BowenPd.
Executive Boards to form an end at Camp Blanding as the
KEYSTONE MELROSE Area Council of Senior Citi- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pat : Mr. and
zens. The date proposed Is Glover and sons, Doug and Mrs. Ralph M. Vaughan, Aug- Pol. Adv.
Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. at the PrattSt. Dennis. ust 16.
iUSINESS DIRECTORY Recreation Center. Response -
has been good so far. .
No matter what their National -
rISHER IA 'S SUPPLIES | IURDUARE\\ GARDEN or State affiliation,it is Imperative -
that we get together to EycryPayLowPricc
SLIM'S tJ e HARDWARE discuss and resolve the problems EveryDayLowPrice ] FOOD
V which face us today.Our
AND8ARKN
Fish ITStuff slogan must be "One for All, CENTER CUT
CENTER All for one". Pantry

Live Boil A complete line of Hdw. The U.S.Congress adjournedAug. I T REGULAR GRIND FAIRSUPERMARKETS
3 for one month. The record SIRLOIN
Cickeu.Shinn..Wo,,,,, BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS of the 93rd Congress has Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK |

MinnowsTACKLERODSREELS Plumbing" & Electrical) Supp. been dismal, especially In the
Gro'lone FertilisersInsecticides House of Representatives. STEAKS I IJ59

FISHING & HUNTING During this period many bills COFFEE
LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Materials were voted for by the House STARKE'S32O
Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light and Senate. This legislation S. WALNUT ST.

Keystone H9 ICE:.. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473.3663 was lives intended of all Americans to improve and the ti8lo. $ ( ........LOW PftlCIt OOOO tom
of Uxp.IU1w LB BONUI BUT GOOD THRU
w10'A,...,
some markedly; designed to 75 i.n.QUANTITY
CMMP 'lli\ILEHS KLKYISION AIR COM: ) Improve the lot of the eld- BAG NIGHTS Ultiflyto
U.S. CHOICE I ... I
erly, poor and handicapped.All ij wt quart(ro jccpr
THKISES TV & U.tO.1 FOOD STUNT
of this Legislation was
APPLIANCE vetoed by President Nixon.It L. flflJ COUPONS
Robbie's Camp w.P.A,. takes 2/3 of the votes In SBBBBBBBBBBBSSBBBBSBS SBSl BiSlSBSSSSlllBSSBBll

Trailer Sol.s luusiirTVSTERO Congress to override his veto. BONELESS TOP or BOTTOM { LEANROUND@
Not one single veto has been MEATLOAF BONELESSBEEF
safety Low Gas C.G. reversed during this session.A .
j Price and Ciator* on lot CAR AND PORTABLE number of important bills f RUMP

Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL will come before Congress row rr
Towing Insurance AND when It reconvenes! Sept 5 STEAKS
RESIDENTIALJAMF'S which seriously affects the ROAST
1 (JUST BAKE IN PAN )
I
lives of senior citizens.These
J ft. ROBINSON.: :> PROP AIR CONDITIONING
bills will be studied and we '
1.S Miles S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE shall tell Congress how we $159 2 TO $

T5-2035 feel by sending letters, post-
KEYSTONE 473. 651 99c 159fmrSh
cards, petitions and other __ I 3 LBPKG. ; """"
II.S. CHOICEEveryDayLowPrice i..cioict
Other senior citizens |
means.
RK\L: ESTATEIJ'IOSKRICK clubs are advised to do LB ; LB [! !


Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE likewise.As far. as Income Is con- BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeLORETTO EveryDayLowPrke Every DayLowPrice

cerned, we are behind the 8- NIW ZIAIAN* *HOUl IR LEANFRESH Pride
Kjg.: Real Estate Broker Plumrose Pantry
front End: AlignmentSpeedLAKE ball already. June 1974 Is a PORK
I
PROPERTIES Wheel Balancing! long way off. A 5.9 per cent LAMBROAST Breakfast SPAGHETTI SKINLESSFRANKS
7", Increase at that time will bea
! RESIDENTIAL f j.O.. .& Ait Conditioning/ Scrtice drop In the ocean.We hardly Sausage Roll MEAT BALLS BUTTS

BUSINESS ACREACEV Brake Service see inflation receding much In HASH 135 OZCANS I

INSURANCE .L.ubric'itionOil Change that Clippings time. of the Bradford MOZCN SQUARE CUT NEEDS NO 79 I. N e{ ,
REFRIGERATIONMcCormick lk> $1.19
Tun
L'p'Goodear County Telegraph editorial of
Keystone Hgtt. 473-3254
Aug. 9, 1973 will be sent to all
473-4692 Tire. Florida U. S. Congressmen. \ ] I i Pantry Pride

ldna Knrpper *"<- .111 I 1 1Mirchi We thank the editors for their SKILLETniniH I' PUNCH
... anJ HLK forthright thoughts and deep I ;
Durbin -UM I HLK. Off 1 L. 21 I ICE
Jim Fox -.-\.1..8 :N.: Off 100 concern for the elderly, poor LAUNDRY i; TEA
I
C .!.R.L Wee .4-\.H\'O KEYSTONE: \; IIGrs) .1-.{'1052BE and handicapped. MAGIC

: \l'Tl SHOP S. K.: Vcha\ v !caltor Reported Lockwood ill and were Ed membersArt Roberts. DINNER HELPERS I DETERGENT !;1 Jowra' MIX

Our thought and prayers are
! IVeirs S.K.: McK\\ HE \LTOI. with them and all other mem- ASST. SIZES .
Member of bers on the sick !list. Ethel A VARIETIES
Beauty Style S..r of KesiJenti.il, xow Arpraixer iet\' Vance Joined the Club at our 3II;- 840zIm, 99c1YOUR 240z 69
last meeting We surely mIssed '''''Im
"For :6
: a Serving Ihn Area For Kara JAR
' our good lIouse Chairman, CHOICE I BOX
\Ir.. Melba llgen 4"3".1'40 Bill Richards and we hope he s

Ph ne 10".li.4 Mr.. Dolores Culmore .l"VMCMr : ) returns soon _
! 4 Notice: if'HAloween will be EvcryDayLowPrkc BonusBuy : BonusBuyU EvcryDayLowPrke
.} '. ,Joanne Gas.ett 45.1622
with us soon, start getting
I Sliced Quarter CALIFORNIA S NO I FANCY
<. Ur. Leslie Robinson -451035Honiescrea your costume .read for this HARDWOOD
I big event. EATING YELLOWCORN
I Pork Loin I
>- e-KentaK CHARCOALBRIQUETTES
Heights .. To all senior citizens: Come
Metros 1; Office Phone 4"-l816 Join us, we have much to do Chops PEARS
to help us defend the rights of
2TO3 1
Roy ShellWrecker all of us. $ -19
Lonell'i Boutique \ Next Meeting Is" Aug. 28 at POUNDS PKG _
(11_ S.rvlc.Stylea 1 p.m. Pratt St. Rec. Center. _
and Act'"orin\ We monitor chonnek 13 C.B. KRAFT i 100% PURE FLORIDA
for The Complete '::1E" Joe Kerrigan i DRINK
24 VHS .. trw1..
Woman ,, -;:." BARBQUESAUCE
ServiceK.y.too. ". ; ORANGEJUICE I PRE-SWEETENED WYLER'S
21 DetwrtnK BtlSrnlavf'r8Fittint
Hwy .. AAA
.lon. it Metro: l I ASSORTED FLAVORS
473-3311 Uay Call 4"J-308): ; ; ; Club ; flim iff"at

=Nights: 4J-28'8: Tournament REGULAR I OIIaN.EJYICE'' [, nisi! ,MIXES

I Electrical= Contractor I '-- J A 3oz

Fill Dirt : I The Bradford Bassmasters rrrirr4r 180 1 FROZEN $ I PKG. C

Beach Sand Dell Electric Co. Fishing Club held its monthly JAR 39 C I 60z 6f H IMAKES 6/59
Tiiitiir
Cloy Fill Work J James u'. Bell, OwnerTractor tournament August 11 at, Santa fishing Fe from Lakeon 6 i CANS IIJMWJ" ; >I 1 Turr"an .

p.m. till midnight.;
Hank Brunlng CommercialResidential EvcryDayLowPrkc EvcryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrke BonusBuy BonusBuyS3

KKYSTUM.IIKICIITSPIIONK: : I : (; Twelve members par. CHARCOAL FONDA KRAFT Party flak*
Repairsblecmcal ticipated, and the winner PECAN
was
: 4734761I'.O / : : Fixtures '. Neil' Crawford.The LIGHTER 9" PAPER MAYONNAISE MOWN'N SEHVIS2

80'41) Range Hoods PLATES ROLLS SPINS
Keystone Hgt!!. 4753602COM club meets each third FLUID
1.11la: : EV
Tuesday at the old' armory in WHITE 1:3/89
Starke. ISO : 399'L
Anyone interested
in
() R ACTORS AUTO SERVICE bass fishing is invited to attend COUNT-

UP I the meetings and becomea
TRIANGLE "R"ENTERPRISE JOHNSON AUTO TUNE member.
INC. General Repairing; ------------
,
Engines Rebuilt 1wry0.ylowRk. dtryD.ytow Met tttreryC.llowftla QreryO JI.-I'I' MryO.yl..rske'
Pantry Prid I .,......
GENERAL' CONTRACTORS' 'Minor Machine Shop Work T.N.T.pullIn. LIBBY'S
Licensed Insured Automatic\ :1 tsnsnussion- An astronaut predicts that I IwsrAtrt-to.* I ROYAL CREAMPIES iii,' DOG MMAMBUftCM
will some day return to 1 BOMB DRINKS
Air Conditioning man COFFEE GELATINS
Featuring Tires Dstterie. the moon. It may be the II PANTRY"I -- "i::L-::':._ .....n..w M. w.,1..11 wen.N..wxx....1 r,.., BROLLSAugust
The Linda! Cedar Home. Mon. P.h I only place where the travel- AA.110.'V"TN" 0.COOl".,..''..ltvu' I ; noelD
473 N. St Rd 21 473- 354. 2 S to17t30. 1 P.M.6 er's dollar Is (till worth Pl BF ouo ...<.'* t**.I e Mi..w riavoii t.o.a V 79 '". .4/S1.9,199? < ...... 25c
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SS Checks u ,a Smokey Says, too*
THERE ARE TWO WEDNESDAY
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DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Social DueSept.Security checks 1 for Ya, I Y y .. SIDESTO- ONE EVERY WOULD OUESnoM.WHICH YOU< NIGHT FISH

STARKE August will be delivered on Mff RATHER CAMP ON? I SPECIALCocktail
September 1 this year accord- ",
Phone 964-6200 Ing to Edward Copestake, Social 16775
Security district manager
Rental In Gainesville.
Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs Ac Crutches. Social Security pays over VII Lounge All The Fried Fionnficr
$4 billion a month In retirement e You Can Eat
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS disability, and survivors 1 M .p. r R
INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO
1
.f 1l
r
almost 29
benefits to !
Phone 473-3176 million HUSH PUPPY a PIRATE'S SLAW
____n___.__ .. people.
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3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE.FLA. 378.2931

OtUSMO61lfi There'*no fun on the forest
Paul Hutchins Jr. explains outdoor map at entrance to fire title!
Bradford County FFA School Forest.

Paul Hutchins Nominated As ATTENTION ADULTS

i
Honorary Farmer
Opportunity is YoursNew
Paul C. Hutchins of Starke October 16-19 where he will
:7 M i has been nominated to receive receive his Honorary, Degree.
the FFA's Honorary American -
Farmer Degree. During Hutchins' 20 yearsof Semester will begin August 27, 1973 at the Bradford Union Area Vocational-Technical
Hutchins Is the senior vo- teaching vo-ag at Brad- Center. Courses V.A. Approved. Courses in Vocational Skills and Courses leading to High
cational agriculture Instructor ford High School 300 of his School Diploma will be Offered Day and Night.
and FFA advisor at Brad- students have received the
ford High School. State Farmer Degrees and
Hutchins Is the president of the state proficiency awards.
the District IV FFA and will Two more students have been GENERAL ADULT COURSESAmerican
attend the National FFA Con- recipients of the American
1 1 vention In Kansas City, Mo., Farmer Degree. History Daily also Monday and Wednesday 7 P.M. to JO P.MArt .
I ( I
III e V.........." Painting Oils and Water Night to be Arranged

Americanism vs CornDaily also Tuesday 7 P.M. to 10 P.M.
,': \._. lL lC't munism

).. '. l'II"'lrlflJ.tflZ.w-'l' ,.. Basic Education Subjects below 9th Grade Daily, Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
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Windows Split Front Seats. Math Daily Monday and Wednesday 7 P.M. to 10 P.M.
Van JVillOffer Wood Tests
SHARP $1,995 Music 9and, Beginning and Advanced Night to be Arranged
The Adventist Community sponsored by the Seventh Day
Service van will be in front of Adventist Churches'
the Winn-Dixie Store in Starkeon Florida, and many people in GED Examination Will Be Given Week of October, 1973.
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special thank you for the fR ar etta +
1iEYBetty many contributions during the aI <
illness of our loved one. A very
special thanks to John Morris By Elizabeth Givens: Walker f
and J. R. Kelly for making I l! b r41 i i
this possible. Our many } f
thanks and appreciation. DELL CHAPTER OES Greater Bethlehem Freewill '* a
The Herman Nettles familyOBITUARIES Baptist Church Rev. Jasper 1 t t ( 't Bartram Girls
Dell Chapter 168 will hold Williams, pastor Weekly ser- V'

\I m:1::;1mm1:1: :;;;;;;m;;;;;1m;;; ;;m1mm;; ; ;;1:!::;:;=11:;! its day (regular tonight)meeting at 8 p.m.Thurs-In the vices Board No.began 2 and with Choir Ushers No. 3 1 .> Ladies. .

Masonic Hall on BrownleeSt. meeting Monday night. Senior are .
All members are invitedto Choir meet each Tuesday night
I J.GrlffUAssigned attend. Prayer Meeting each Wednes-
i to SheppardSAN day night. Story Hour Thurs-

,: ANTONIO-Airman @::1:11:1:;:;::;:::11:1:;;:=;1n: ;;;;:;:mm11jn11m1j1;;; ;;;; ; ;;;jjj;;;: WOMEN ARMY CORPS day Friday(tonight night)Junior at the Choir church.re- r l',,,','',''..I' -M.' M
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Betty J. Griffis, daughter of "- _' A' ...."' ,
Private Deborah J. Walker hearsal. Saturday dinners will "" ""' f.
!, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. has recently successfully be sold from the kitchen.Sun- .
Griffis of Rt. 1, Starke, has
E. Browning maintained the standards required day Is Trustee Day.

:I I Air been AFB Force Tex.assigned basic, after to training.competing OdIs Edward Browning, 44, Co. C.U.S.and has Women graduated Army from with Sunday SundaY services School will at begin 9:30. but Bartram Girls are also GirlsTrue

Center Fort McCle- Morning service at 11. Dinner
Corps
During her six weeks at the of Starke, died Thursday, Aug. ,
will be served at 12:30 .Lea-
16, in a Gainesville llan, Ala. and Is now stationedin
hospital
Air Training Command'sLackland Fort Sam Houston gue at 4 p.m. Evening Wor- Bartram girls ladies the school
institution
AFB, Tex., she after a brief Illness Born in Texas. are was that welcomes students from all religious,
She Is the daughter of Rev. ship, 6 p.m. founded in the mid-1930's offer sound racial
studied the Air Force mission Bradford County on Aug. 22, to girls and ethnic backgrounds. We accept day
organization and customs and 1928, he was truck driver anda and Mrs. W.H. Walker of academic preparation for the most competitive students in grades 5 through 12, and resident students
received special instruction in member of the Baptist Starke. New Bethel Baptist Church colleges and to go beyond to develop leadership, in grades 7 through 12.
human relations. Church. Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. character, integrity, and good judgment. Qualities If you want the opportunity of discovery for your
The airman has been Surviving Is his mother, CHURCH NEWS Tuesday night Prayer Meeting that life and community demand of ladies. daughter, the Headmaster will gladly discuss our
assigned to the Technical Mrs. Mildred Glisson of Sta Wednesday night Bible But aside from advanced academic preparation program with you. Bartram girls are ladies but
Training Center at Sheppardfor rke; three sons, Odls Jr.. of Greater Allen Chapel AME Class at 7:30: Sunday School in languages, humanities, mathematics and science Bartram girls are also girls.
specialized training an the Columbus, Ga., Edwin and Church, Rev. B.C. Williams will begin services at 9:30. Bartram has other responsibilities like letting our
communications field. Freddie, both of Starke; two pastor. Services will begin Morning service at 11.Fellow- girls be girls. Freedom to find themselves. Unusual Contact Mr. Bradford Lamson, Headmaster, 2264
with School at 10 ship Hour, 3 p.m. BYPU, 5 Bartram Road, Jacksonville Florida 32207,
Airman Griffis is a 1970 sisters, and three grandchild Sunday a.m. opportunities in art, music dramatics, sports or or
graduate of Bradford High Morning service at 11. Rev. p.m. Evening Worship at 6:30. whatever each needs for growing in her own telephone (904)) 7248850Bartram
ren.Funeral services held Williams will be the speakerat individuality and sometimes that "
School. were means just plain
i at 4 p.m. Sunday In Jones Me- 3 p.m. In the FellowshipHour Ebenezer Baptist Church, fun School I .f 4
morial which will be held at Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
Chapel with Rev. Lacy Bartram School is an independent, non-profit J
Conway conducting. Intermentwas Mt. Morlah United Methodist Notice! weekly services will
Church. begin next week, August 28, Fully accredited
In Sapp Cemetery
Gospel Sing under
direction of DeWitt C.Jones There will not be evening Bible Class. Prayer Meetingwill
j Funeral Home. Worship at 6 p.m. Serviceswill be held Wednesday night.
25
i August be terminated with Church conference Saturday
morning worship. All class night, August 25, at 8 p.m.
i In Auditorium y.R. Smith leaders are asked to please Business of vital importance.
make their reports to the Sunday School will conclude
The Bradford Vincent R. Smith, 53, of Sta- secretary. services for the day. Regular
County
Volunteer Fire rke, died Thursday, Aug. 16 Plans are In the making for services will be held Sunday
Ladles Auxiliary will Department! In Jacksonville. Born in Long the annual men's Day program Sept. 2.
sponsor
j a Gospel Sing in the BHS Island, N.Y. on Jan 14, 1919 which will be held October 14.
auditorium he was a structural engineerand All men of the church are ask- J
Saturday, Aug. 25,
at 7:30: p.m.Featured a member of the Lutheran ed to please cooperate with If man Is going to controlthe {
groups will be The Church. He was a retired this activity. Captain for this weather, we suggest that
Christ Ambassadors from Navy chief, a member of the activity is Rafael Delestre. rainstorms or heat waves at
Bartow The Singing Kin- Fleet Reserve; and a past Co-Captain Is Mr. Willie least be decided by popularvote. -
smen, The Under the Son, The president and executive officer Brown. :
Weeks Family from Green of the National Palomino
Cove Springs, the First Association.
Baptist Church Youth Choir, Surviving is his wife, Edith
The Frampton Family, and James Smith of Starke; one
daughter, Mrs. Barbara Ann
several other groups, both
I local and from out of town. Tovey of Satellite Beach; one
The public is invited. son, Paul Arthur Smith, of SA WYER SLADE GAS
Starke; a brother, Alfred K.
Smith, Keystone Heights;

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I Worship, 11:00 a.m.; Church Funeral services held
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Training, 6:15: p.m.; WMU
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Prayer Circle, 7:15 p.m;
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Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m.
I Cregan conducting, followed .
Carrier DESIGNED ESPECIALLY
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Tuesday--Bible Study, 10:00: Starke FOR MOBILE HOMES

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Thursday--Youth 8:00 Bible Study, sermon Promise.:" "Breach of America's Number ] Air ConditioniJl1akt'r: ; !

p.m.Denton l\Ionday-Boy's Choir, 3:30: ; Thermostat Controls Five Year Compressor Warranty

Sumrall, Crusader Bells, 4:15: ; Youth Seven Air Supply Ducts All Labor and Materials ----- -=- = _. _.. -
pastor Choir Practice, 7 p.m One Return Duct 24,000 BTU Cooling --.I \ .J ---r"._l.... .... i'-
Tuesday-Carol Choir, 3:30: ; to .
Carol Bells, 4:15.Wednesdayl"amily: Carrier Oil & Electric Furnace Available ., L .. \, j"I
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4 miles west of Starke on Officers Meeting 7:15: ; I.IL-d '\" -.r..-. -7 __
Hwy 100Schedule Church Choir Practice. 8 p m. + [ '
Thursday-Music Makers, --'- .
of Services 3:30: ; Pre-School Music Ac- :::---- J' Y ..-::::; ?i])
tivities, 4:05: ; Visitation 7 p.m. ::::::::::::::: : -'&_ r--' ,;, -!
Sunday Bible Hour..lO:00 a.m. Ben P. Bryant, Pastor / / ., --

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First Baptist Runner-Up'




Footballers Preparing In District Church TourneyFirst


AnnualJarnboreeTornado

Baptist of Starke First Baptist made a good In their first game First Baptist i Into the loser's brac- ledge bv the score of 6-0.
footballers are in "Right now we have 41 boys With only] two starters from finished runner-up to Rock- showing as Rockledge Methodist Baptist defeated Melbourne ket with a 8-2 victory First Baptist wasted to their
their second week of football out, the largest squad we've last year returning the bIg- ledge Methodist Church of Co went on to win the State First Baptist 14-4. TirstBap-
In the fourth First good showing by Danny McKinney -
practice as they prepare for had In some time. However gest problem: the Tornadosface : coa on August 10 and 11. Church Softball Tournament. tist slammed 18 base hits but game Lenwood
the Jamboree to be lost the services of first base- Baptist again defeated St. Kitchens
upcoming most likely some will be dropping Is inexperience."The Jim
Duncan, and Handall Mc-
: of 3-1.
held September 6 at Florida by the wayside," says man Wayne McLeod to a pul- Marj's by the score Gee. Other members of the
Field In Gainesville. Head Coach: David Hurse. backfield now Is pre- led hamstring muscle. first Baptist reached the team Wajne
are McLeod
senting the biggest problem.: First Baptist placed stingy finals b>' defeating Hockledge Donnie Bagwell, I'ddjHazen: ,
Wo are set at quarterbackwith defensive game as they defeated 2-1 as they again placed great Wilbur Waters,Steve'111omas.
Charlie Green who has
their second opponent, .
defense.In Greg Klherd, Billy McUae! ,
BRADFORDUNIONAREA been looking very good and St. Mary's 6-1. Don Neel, Paul Carter,
Gray
Wayne Berry (one or only: two the finals First Baptist
sophomores on the squad) Hockledge dropped First lost the championship Hock- Flynn and harry Hatcher.
backing Charlie up," Hurse .
Slid.

VO-TECH CENTER "The running back positionsare
wide open," Hurse added. IFiesla "'eek1 Jai Alai!

Course Schedule "Contesting Hampton are, Tim Bruce for Cruz these Barnes positions Elva,- GRAND PARTIDO NIGHT TONIGHT

Ricky Hall and Matt Hull." Joe\ -I I ,aea \s Hol \ar- Gorrono,

1973 74DAY The following boys Hurse With Cost: a sol/' \\ imiiii. CulutnerI ..

praised as having shown well
COURSES In practice : Donny Sewell,
((8a.m.to 3.30 p.m.) Early Chandler, Chuck :Norton ': I Fastest Most I Dangerous I Game
Hod
Don Loper, Sheldon !
ge, Mike Perkins, Marlon -
Automobile Mechanics Thorton, Dwight Barber Dale flftfc and you can bet on it!
Business (office) Machines Mass, Gary Wallace,John Mc- Head Coatli D.ixid Iliusc iiimluils. II i skull! session Hpi.iilitf ,
Carpentry & Building Construction Cutchin, Danny Anderson, Allan :1lenduy moi'ninn.
Commercial Clothing Construction Norton, and David harper DAILY

Commercial Cooking & Baking "The boys have worked Lt.Lennon To Be Featured! xccpt
Commercial Drafting hard showed pretty good Improvement Sundays
Commercial Vehicle Driving and I think by the In Who'*.Who In Hi irh School / .l
Cosmetology time we put on j>aJs B'lnes- Matinees Mi
Data ProcessingDiesel ,day they'll know pretty much 12 Noon
: Levy graduated from BITS
Mechanics wl.ai to do. Alter a'xwt: a Levy Itamar I should be featured In the seventh r
Electronics Technology ween In pads everything his leadership In aca- i
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1.DQ1J3[ 15 I THE .. BHS Footballer Mali Henry


I H FoLJY2fH. ,--''L. ...D/MENjIQN.,/ -..... ''-!:- 1 jt Begins College Grid CareerStarke's

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I' : .. .. Malachi Henry lea- regional finals. Henry plans to major in
ves for the University of Henry hasn't decided whe- business administration and
T Southern He seeks
Mississippi Matties- accounting. a pro
ther or not to go out for the
burg this Friday, 24 football career for after college
August tract team at Southern Miss -
where he will attend school on but If that doesn't come
but If he does he will competeIn
a grant-ln-ald to play football thelong Jump and triple through he Intends to go Into
,. the banking business.
Henry has put on 15 pounds jump events.
and now weights In at 192
pounds and is S'll" tall. He
=- has been working out with the '
=- Bradford High School varsity WADSWORTH ARENA
tt rI and is looking forward to start
Ask of the college football season.
He strongly feels he can make Invites You
Charley the varsity team as a freshman -
and expects to be playing
the defensive safety position.
E. I a ; 11L 1J0lL ,tJ.al rr u '&t? G. When Henry becomes a soph- Come Ride Every

Johns omore he Is expecting to be
HI IS gridders practice drills as coaching staff looks on. moved to the offense at eithera

_______ .... R' slot.running back or split end Friday Night

About Thte' Question: Frog Legs And Cat Fish At Festival Henry is the son of Mrs.
Griffis Sons FiberglassCustom Dertis Robinson of Starke. 8:00 P.M.
"Our firm requires that all Dozens of expert craftsmenand chicken ana ribs, Cuban bean Track scholarships flowedIn
those employees handlingthe regional food servers will soup, swamp cabage, boiled Built Fiberglass Boats to Henry from loridaJun HIGHWAY 1 U ami -HAMPTON
operate booths during the 21st peanuts and other Southern ior College, Santa Fe Junior
firms money be bond- annual Florida Folk Festival favorites. and Fiberglass Repairs of all Kinds College, and Brevard Junior
ed. Does your agency also Aug. 31-Sept. 1, at the Stephen College In North Carolina,but ; all events electrically timed
supply bonding where re Foster Memorial, White Sp- Musical programs, featuring Henry turned those down to
rings.In favorite folk musicians, play football for Southern
quired for public officials FIBERGLASS events
TOOL jackpot
dancers, and singers, from
the crafts area will be Mississippi. :
? displays or demonstrations of North Florida and South Georgia BOXES ICE CHESTS During Henry's senior year
Charley E. wood carving, pottery making, will be presented at 10 I o ... he gained over 1,200 yards barrel racing
glass blowing, Seminole a.m. and 7:30 p.m. both Friday for the Tornadoes and
Indian :f-Wi.....;... wasa
crafts, and Saturday of the pre- 15 TRI-HULLS BUILT standout the
carding and wea- on basketball pole bending
JOHNS AGENCY ving, and many other interesting Labor Day weekend.No TO SPECIFICATIONS OR -;::. r team that went all the way to
activities. camping will be permitted t YOUR PLANS I
131 So. Walnut St. Among regional food items on Foster Memorial Park Iii Point Prises RibbonsTrothit's / /
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Phone 964-5070 available will be frog legs, grounds, owned and operatedby tt !!
The' star linebacker of the
catfish chowJer: barbecued the State of Florida. t
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T;>ii/ Tigers of the Littlest Welcome
I Home Of The Stumpknocker football League is puzzled/ by llvplnnvrs
one thing At home he's not
I ALL HAND FINISHED allowed to put his feet on the
Announcing I /furniture bill at game time FREE TO SPECTATORS
I 5 MILES NORTH ON 301 PHONE 964-5531 'his father is yelling/ "Kill!.
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Illegal GroundbreakingInstances Agent


KATHY


still come to light where the intent of the zoning ordinances. I\: -j' 1 BROWN

,
individual landowners or real estate

developers are apparently digging Before any such canal or drainage .

canals or creating drainage structuresin structure is started, the landowner
Fall is on the way, and the
violation of Bradford County's should apply to the County Com I "BacktoSchool" sales are

zoning ordinances which state: mission for approval and a permit, or going on In many stores.It .

run the riskafter the work has been

"No person shall engage in filling of done- of having to put the land back in Is the time of the year

land or water areas, dredging, the the same condition that it was before when the family clothing bud-

excavation of land, or removal of the project was started. Forest Rangers warded get is often strained as the
children must all have new
earth, and no mining operation shall be
clothes to begin the fall school
undertaken without of the Even with approval and a permit
County Commission which approval shall denyor from the County Commission, it should Forest Ranger Supervisor J. D. Hayes (right) Is Forest Ranger J.A. Kramer (Left) is pictured receiving term children's As you clothing are shoppingfor keepin

grant approval only after a public not be forgotten that the State of shown presenting Ranger J.J. Wilkinson (L) with. the the Fire Fighters Standard Council Certifi mind that their needs are

hearing on such request after giving 15 Florida also has an interest in such Fire Fighters Standards Council Certificate of Statu- cate of Statutory Compliance from Ranger SupervisorJ.D. not always the same as an

days notice of time and place of such activities, especially when the tory Compliance. Ranger Wilkinson is employed by Hayes. Kramer Is employed by the Division of adults. The clothing needs of

hearing.! All applications for permitsfor alteration of shore lines or lake bottoms the Division of Forestry in the Lawtey are. Forestry in the Starke, area. children child's depend activities largely on and the
such work is age, ,
activities covered by this section is involved. Before health

shall be referred to the county started, it should be cleared with

engineer for his recommendation." several state agencies, including the Very young children need

Game & Fresh Water Fish Com County 'a safe clean comfortable gar-

Cases have been known where plats mission, the Air & Water Pollution T Talking ments with soft textures and

have been presented to the Zoning Control Board, and the Trustees of the high moisture absorption pro-

Board and the County Commission for Internal Improvement Fund. Agents About perties. Older children need
clothing for
play school
approval, and then canals or drainage FFa dressy occasions, and differ-
structures created on the property But the first step is with the County Notebook til'IIWA tANN ent kinds of weather. Because

which were not shown on the plat at Commission, and approval should be !() I ThingsBy children! so quickly outgrow
:
the time it was presented for approval. obtained there before the first spade of By their clothes, it Is more economical

Such activities are a clear violation of earth is turned. \ oJ r George Hugglns to keep children's
BobbyTaylor U" wardrobes small and allow
garments to be worn often.
1 I had planned to begin this

L.. 1 "" week by telling about the remains You will find that stretch

c of my garden that con- fabrics and knitted
I Neither Fish Nor Fowl to garmentsare
+ sist only of some okra that is particularly wellsuitedfor

Frequent afternoon and r pretty good.I infants' and children'swear

evening rains make idea ;_ because they provide
conditions for the start am '... would not brag on It because comfort and ease!' of movement -
What had been billed as the most the use of the powers of governmental growth of fungus diseases on ;" somebody would be sure permit the flow of air

of President Nixon's agencies to harrass those who are on lawns, ornamentals, pecan: to challenge me and show bet- around tie liody, absorb moisture
crucial speech 'fi
which his administration the White House "enemies list. and a number of other plant: ...... ter. I have seen better in the and boKt, ; of all, arc easyto

careerthe one on we have growing in our area y l"2 :i county vhtn I could ride over care for.
fallcame ,
was to rise or As stated by columnist James These diseases are difficult to ;:': ', 1 ".. t the county more than I do
off with a dull thud last Wednesday fundamental control because the fungicidecan .. ','<1'.1 now When you are shopping, takea
"The
Ueston question '
"
night.In be washed before it ..;."t; vr r : look at the design of the
there is away ,
about Mr. Nixon is that ;.. :;J Sherrod Hamilton stoppedme
the
can be effective against the garment in regard to com
editorial, The scarcely a noble principle in the disease. the other day when he fort it will provide for the
a pre-speech Nixon Constitution that he hasn't defended [in Looking ov cr the Future Farmers of America school forest asked how long tomatoes would child during the activities in

Telegraph predicted that Mr. theory (and words), or hasn't defied in Brown patch is a fungus map at Bradford High!: School are from left): I'alllllllichins. continue to produce. lIe has which he will participate.

must either take a conciliatory attitude Few presidents of this disease that attacks most of llls ;ifi!: 'iiultuie! teacher; Jamvs Dot-seller St. Kegis Paper four or five plants in hampersand Garments should be designedso

explaining all, and asking for practice.have been more eloquent in our lawn grasses. This disease ('0. Forester: and Greg; .Alvarez another BUS agriculture has grown them according that the weight of the gar-

forgiveness come out on the offensive country the First Amendment on caused a lot of damage las instiiutor to the hjdroponic style He ment is supported by the shou-
defense of fall. The damage became says that after they topped his
denouncing his tormentersand lders and doesn't restrict any
freedom of the press or dissent than aooarent this spring as our eight foot franc. It has beena
and
himself persecuted part of the body. Gathers
portraying as a Mr. Nixon, or more vicious in opposing lawns began to grow. The Bradford FFA Chapters Win' little difficult to find bambo tucks may give extra comfort.,'

innocent.But those freedoms when they opposed his disease kills the grass in mon reeds strong enough to hold The neckline or collar should

purposes." or less circular patches thai Forest Management Contest them up. fit smoothly without gapping,
he did neither. The warmed- begin as small spots that may rubbing. Sleeves
binding, or
the TV several feet in I think he has gotten away
from
over mish-mash that came It is pointed out that Mr. Nixon now expand to and armholes should be roomyto
from just hjdroponk culture
fowl diameter. There be a Dennis representing the St.: ;
may
fish FFA members -
screen was neither nor the Bradford County prevent binding; or 'earing.
has a golden opportunity to act on turf t a and Wood and has brought! hadacol or
of the overlarge Regis Woodlands
thinning tx
to
defense.It have something and
neither offense nor Seams should be flat non-
strong on future of his special mixture home
some
and promises
positive There are severa Division.
area. ofthey have the best Supply and
link proud The hipspread
irritating.
another
than '
nothing more of the drug store for them.
was Danconil :om
is
seeking such
speech. Congress passage fungicides as I"FA School Forest the Stat length from neck to crotch inonepiece
in a long chain of delaying tactics by new legislation to control political Thiram, Dithane M-45 and of Florida, as judged by St" "The school forest Is reallY One tiling for sure, more peo- garments shouldbe

which Mr. Nixon obviously hopes to campaign financing, to write new PCNB.; Pecan scab is thi Regis Paper Co., the Stat coming of age now," Hrtchlns ple each spring are enjoyinglots long enough to permit easy
that the American disease that does mon said. "Our boys and staff of good tomatoes from a
hang tight, hoping statutes on wiretapping, to define fungus Department of Education, and bending. Pants should be
will eventually become bored to limit nut production of any] Florida Division of Forestry members have done a fine little space just big enough fora
people of citizenscan short enough to prevent trip
when the telephones private
few hampers baskets or
or
insects and diseases we have job In promoting good forestry
and
and confused with the whole mess "nationalsecurity" In the Statewide Chapter ping. Adjustable cuffs shouldbe
be intercepted for boxes of some kind. I saw
attacks the rapidly the FFA's woodlands,
The on
interesting fungus Contest sponsored by
fresher I'orest safe securely
turn to more comfortable, ,
gradually shall
reasons, and who tissues of leaves, he explained. some In one yard the other
growing Company
Paper will
St. Regis attached, and flat so they
topics. that looked like had
national Some day they
decide the difference between shoots and nuts. Bradford County took firs not catch on various objects.
been set about two weeks.
just
and political or personal defoliation might occur 01 all entranttnlong .
security mere place' among ,Jackets and coats should fit
But his latest attempt to talk himselfout highly susceptible varieties,
convenience. with the first place award !SPLCIALS: easily over other clotlics.
TWO
of the so-called "mire" ofWatergate but most damage is to the nut: comes $250 In prlz

failed miserably, as where losses can go as high as: Ad Letters Next: Saturday afternoon and
"Mr. Nixon's efforts to prove that he money Bradford Chapter Since proper !size and fit
reflected in a post-speech poll which "the abuses of thepast" 75 to 95 per cent. visor Paul Hutchins st.tt'dthat night you can enjoy several are essential for both com-
to
wants remove
of sponsoredby
hours
showed only one out of three listeners would be more effective if he Several fungicides arc the prize money would >b 8 two special programs organizations. fort and health, it Is desir-

thought his speech convincing. them rather than merely available that can contro reinvested in the school forest able to take a c'lild' to the
acted upon t scab. Dodine, Dutei and used to helpdefrayexpenses Editor TelegraphDear \\e hope everything will be store with you so he can try

It is hard to believe! that this weak talking about them, Mr. Reston and pecan Benlate have proven for a deserving FFA Sir: cool while the Lawtey Volunteer on garments. If this Isn't pos
observes. member to attend the Nation Fire Department frys and sible, take his measurementswith
the effective if about six ap the
exercise in forensics was oneselected I read in your paper
FFA Convention in Kansas If buy bj mail,
by Mr. Nixon from more thana plications are used at three account of the last County smokes big mullet at the Law- you. ;you ;
intervals during the City. Strawberry Wharf, or check the childs' measure-
former week tey
versions to him and Apparently, AttorneyGeneral Commissioners meeting
dozen suggested ments against those in the
told the truth summer. Both timing a.ld lot of the credit market platform The pro-
actually drafted by his associates. It is John Mitchell important "This year a :No\v.'; I have a question I begins at 4:30: p.m. if catalog. To determine length
are gram
very
to two
coverage be people
since the when he advised a reporter: "Don'tjudge shoulr given would like to ask. Did our the length of a
all the more amazing, speechwas Sometimes weather con llutchins, you want to eat that earl;)'. measure gar-
originally planned as a hard us by what we say..judge us by ditions make it impossible to( t Dlained Smith elected otficials really say all Better be an early!; bird so jou ment that fits, then allow

hitting, point-by-point refutation of the what: we do." What profiteth a countryif spray at the proper time t to< has Advisor none an outstanding Harvey jot the silly, stupid things uniforms about want miss a single thing, especially slightly more for growth.

of thewitnt'sses its one thing and infection on the 'oungnuts. security guards the eating
testimony delivered by many leadership says prevent working with the bo 's. Use and law
pistols autopsies construction features -
before the Senate committee does the opposite However, later ap 11th grader Billy Reid, chair- when Look for
can preven otficers being present Then beginning at 7:30: p.m. on garments that will
Apparently, there were too secondary plications infection and good man of the Forestry Committee nettled, that you reported there will be a real Gospel permit expansions as the child

many glaring inconsistencies and nuts can be produced led a hard working grout \\ell, I believe they did And if Singing program in the Brad- grows. But be sure the cloth-
quality
gaping holes in this line of defense, so Mr. Nixon's sincerity will be better of ;young men In working on they did somebody has exposed ford High School Auditorium. Ing will permit growth with-

the final decision was to abandon the judged if he now proposes legislationto The biggest problem out the forest." His efforts had slot more ignorance than I'll bet you can't think of a out looking too over-sized, so

detailed rebuttal and come back with )aign financing (whichhe local pecan producers have is to"do with our taking first should be present at a meetingof single person that does not the child Isn't self-conscious.

another serving of generalities andpleas has opposed in the past.to) stop lack of proper equipment to place! this nature enjoy real good singing. features such as deep hems,

to forget "obsession with thepast" the bugging and persecution of private get good coverage. :Most This ;year, as In ;years past, I have said all this because I is wide seams, cuffs on sleeves
have enough This
do not singing
citizens who oppose his views..and growers representatives from the Florida have known plenty of security program and pants, elastic inserts at
and on to greater goals. investmentin the Starke Volunteer -
move trees to justify an sponsored by waistline adjustable shoulder
give Congress the power to confirm Division of Forestry, the guards in uniforms, carryingguns ,
a spray rig powerful enoughto of Educationand in order to render Fire Department. Lots straps, high, low, or no waistline -
of such State Department
For instancewhat( ? What greater Presidential appointments reach the tops of their trees St. Regis Paper Company protection when needed. of people are Involved in these garments, pleats and ga-

goal can there be than honesty in White House !fixtures as Halderman. There are no custom Inspected the FFA School Fo- Within minutes by automobilefrom two programs for our county.! 'h n-s, two-piece outfits, permit -
Ehrlichman, and Kissinger, who available that can to
operators Starke I show adjusting the garments
? can you
government did) than offer an economical spray rest. Sure there will be little admission child. Remember -
exercise (or more power many of these guards on duty a rapidly growing
cabinet officers. program. The area Is checked for good for protection of customers of charge at each place. that permanent press
If Mr. Nixon had any suggestionshow management pract- I have heard the prices and to launder,
forestry businesses finishes are easy
to achieve this particular goal, he Speaking of pecans, the ices which Includes fire protection private they are not Inflated like so but limit alterations on cloth-

kept them to himself last Wednesday Judging from his latest speech, it is seventh annual Florida pecan tree planting, timber I have every reason to many other things. The fish Ing that becomes too small. It
mention of field day will:! be held at the believe that any business that supper is less than restaurant
night. There was no obvious that Mr. Nixonno matter harvesting and timber stand Is difficult to remove creasesin
and have for him- University of Florida on Student use and feels the need of an armed prices and the singing is less and hemlines.
proposed legislation to try stop what else he may going to Improvement." old seams
This theatre prices.
6.
September appears guard has the right to same than equivalant
in the forest are
and flagrant win this battle of involvement
the gathering cannot Watergate on
illegal
OHGINA2ATION
be one of the best programsthat Such guards prevent crimeI SUPPORT EACH -
misspending of campaign funds the facts. If facts were in his favor, he has been scheduled. also looked at as very Important : The cut and size of various
rating factors. I know that crime is so clothes should allow ease in
... measures to control the would doubtless have used them in a Important items to be covered
today that it is not and undressing
prevalent TWO MORE: SPECIALS dressing a
irresponsible use ol power by the speech that otherwise was just include insect management. Doing well in the statewide safe anyhereithout some child as well as give him total -

White House staff..to avoid the another exercise in vapidity and care taking and custom forestry contest is not unusual kind of security from the Something Is aways happen body freedom.

bugging of private citizens..or to stop, evasion. service, alternate learning, for Bradford Count. criminal. Bradford County is ing to make us proud of our

and an overview Florida.of There pecan In the past 20 years approx- no exception There is not people In Bradford county Have fun shopping, and hope

production in imately $1500 In prize money always a law officer present Think of things in the past you will find some bargains!
will be an equipment has been awarded to the Brad I want
when crime is being com and now add these two.
afternoon -
demonstration in the ford FFA by St. Regis. For matted in this county. In my add details because you will
Dwight 11'. Mot tow said: "The world is dividedinto that should be of great every ;)ear It has been enteredIn community people have been read or hear it In other places.

do and who the interest to our producers the contest, the Bradford shot at, robbed, stolen from, WISH I'D SAID
and
peopleho things people get Reserve September 6 now
School Forest has never placed street lights shot out, and Just want to say that we
credit Try. if }ou can. to belong to the first class. make your plans to attend this lower thin third. This Is what have you. All this when should be proud that we have THAT
field day We will leave the a record to be proud of.States no law officer was present.Let youth Instructors like Mr. ,
There is far less competition building in Starkeat .
agriculture Advisor Hut 'ins, Paul did not stand out among
8 a.m, Call or come by if me quote: "If the law
his students and his fellow
you would like a ride or want "We have gotten very good needs enforcing anywhere in "'-
PTA Instructors he
State
,
more information about this cooperation from Forest Industry the county, our office will be
would not have been nominatedto
"
program people, stated Hutch- on top of it," the sheriff said.
recleve the National American -
Ins. And let me say, poppycockfor Gee, and we thought we
I've mentioned this before it isn't and can't be done. Farmer Degree. were savinrj transportation/ ,

6 The second honor of course While House
to determine : so the Prc i-
at your pastures the difference between the
given us a lot of helpIn is the result of good instruc- lent could live
if have maximum upstairs OVCl'the
gotten weak and the Guns
ACTNt : you this preparing our land for planting strong. tors and good boys Our Bradford store.
economical production
s QJrIpap1r and St. Regis: has won the west. Guns won our FFA
NO y ; year. If not was your problem seed-pro- independence and preservedthe Chapter winning the
or improper vided us witn the tree State Forrestry Award re-
a inadequate Guns
same. are
necessaryto
fns1TON fertilization. improper lings. All should fleets the good work of boys *
our preservation.
BOB G. FERGUSON; JOHN M. MILLER rotation, and teachers over more than
grazing and pasture Earlier this month, Paul have a gun for this would be a
Publisher or insects and disease? deterrent to crime. just one year. Teachers dur-
llutchins and his District
son The little boy down the
addition to
Published each Thursday hind entered. Second Class the POle Office Starke ing this time, In '
Matter at at IV FFA President Paul Hutch- You can't unarm the ,
discuss block the with.
I'll be happy to your Paul, were two brothers Harvey one presidential -
Fla. under Act of March ). 1879.
Ins, Jr. attended the Annual criminal but you can arm
problems or your total pasture and David Smith. David aspirations, says he
Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: 3.50 sit months. >production program with youit Agricultural Teachers Ban- good citizens to try and will be somewhere else this think he's ready since no-

L Outside trade area: $7 per year: 4.00 si* months. Starke. Fla. any time. Just call or come quet In Miami. Paul Hutchins prevent his acts of crime, school year and I'll say more hody around the house tells
Phone 964-6305
, jy your county agent's officen Jr. received the first place -1I.II.Mott about that later. him anything an.vway.August .
, Starke. award and check from Carl Brooker,Fla.
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14 TELEGR. .PH August 23, 1973





LEGALSNOTICE LAW TEY CLASSIFIED




LEGAL NOTICEI OF APPLICATION or certificates will be sold to By EllMbrft Terry FOR RENT 3 BR unfurnished

FOR TAX DEED the highest bidder at the court CHURCH ACTIVITIESFaith family returned home Sutherland and family, of t FOR RENT ) house. $100 mo. 1 BR fur

I, James E. McRae, Mayor of Sec 194.16, F.S. house door on the first Mon- Tuesday from a vacation Washington D.C., were nished apartment $65 mo.
Baptist Church
the City of Starke, Florida, by day in Month of September, Radio with their mother Mrs. Thursday to Monday guests of Phone 964-8404. 1tp
virtue of the authority vested in NOTICE IS HEREBY 1973, which is the 10th day of Program over WPXE spent Chief and Mrs. B. McCulley
and other
Starke 8 Goldie Myers,
a.m. Sundays. Bible
me by law, do hereby call a First GIVEN, that Gilbert S. September, 1973. School in Bridgeport W. and David. They had a get- - - -
10 relatives ,
a.m. Ser-
Dated this 9th day of Worship together with other chiefs and
Primary Election to be held at Brown, Clerk to Board of all the RENT LEASE Mobile Home
11 and Sunday
vices a.m. 7:30 Va. on
the Fire Station the foresaid August, 1973. : p.m. their families from Mayporton BRADFORD PARK -
in the
County Commissioners, Clerk Bible School on Bible Doctrine relatives, about 74 In number, space, FOR RENT Furnished Apart
City by qualified voters on holder of the following cer- Gilbert Brown, at the home of their Sunday afternoon. City water, sewer furnished ment 964-5065 or 964-5142.
Tuesday 8 Pastor'shome. gathered
Tuesday, September 11, 1973, tificates has filed said certificates By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. p.m. and sister-in-law Mr. Mrs. C R. Crews, Mr. and $30 monthly $300 yearly. At
1tp
A.D., for the purpose of electingthe for a tax deed to be Clerk of Circuit Court of Prayer meeting brother Mrs. II. C. Crews and Joy Bradford Motel, N.TempleAve.
!Mrs Nyle Hyde for a
7:30 and ,
Wednesday : p.m. Bible visited her
Florida
following officers: issued thereon. The certificate Bradford County, son-in-law, Warren 5tchg 8 30
reunion which was - - -
CITY CLERK TWO YEARS numbers and of 8.16 4 t 9.6NOTICE Study. family Boatright, in the Veterans
years Grace United Methodist enjoyed by all.
Hospital at Tampa last
the of - - -
CHIEF OF POLICE TWO issuance, description Church Sunday School 9:45: J. T. Godwin and daughter, Saturday.Mr. FOR RENT 12' wide mobile

YEARS the property, and the names in a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Janie, of Gainesville, were and Mrs. Morris Kelley FOR RENT 1 BR trailer, all homes outside city limits. J.B.
which It was assessed are as OF ELECTIONIN and 8 MYF of his sister, Mrs. White. Ph 9646114.
p.m. Sunday nightat guests and family and Mr. and !Mrs utilities furnished. Inquire If no
follows: 6:30: followed by Choir Harold Eunice, last Thursday answer 964-6219 or 964-6152.
GROUP 2: Certificate No. 38. Year of Bobby Norman and family Underwood Motel. 9647169.
OF
COMMISSIONER TWO Issuance 1968.Description THE MATTER Practice. afternoon. enjoyed a fish fry at the 1tp tfchg

YEARS ELECTION OF SUPER Thirty-seven children, 19 Mrs C. R. Crews returned Norman home last Thursday

GROUP 4 of Property VISORS FOR BRADFORD teachers and helpers were after spendinga evening.
: home Tuesday - - -
at NW Cor of SW 1-4 of SW AND WATER CONSERVATION ,enrolled in the Bible
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO Beg SOIL School at few days with her soninlawand After a visit with her son,
of NW 1-4 S 100' for DISTRICT. YEARS 1-4 run Methodist daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch", in Black

POB E 75', S 100', W 75', N I Church. Mrs. Truby Wain- Bill Woodard, of Largo and Mountain, N.C.Irs.! Joyce CLASSIFIED AI RATES

AMENDMENTTO 100', to POB. Sec. 25, T-5-S, R- Pursuant to Section 582.18, wright was the director her son and daughter-m-law, Futch returned home and on

CITY CHARTER 22E. Florida Statutes, notice is i Graduation Exercises were Mr and !Mrs. II. C Crews and her way, she was a Friday Deadline for insertion

ORDINANCE NO 245-A Name in which assessed : hereby given of an election to 1 held at the church last Friday Joy of Clearwater. H. C dinner guest of her sister Tuesday Noon preceding SALE House in Theressa

Mid Slate Homes, Inc. elect three ((3)) supervisors for i evening. Each child receiveda brought her home and Miss Elizabeth Terry. Thursday before publication. Rt. 3, Box 118 Starke, Fla. 2tp

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING All of said property being in the Bradford Soil and Water i diploma and 36 our ot 37 remained overnight Jack Wainwright of Minimum Charge $i.<))0 8-23 8-30

ARTICLE II AS PERTAINS TO the County of Bradford, Stateof Conservation District for (children had 100 per cent in Waycross, Ga. spent last week (Covers 15 Words)
Nichols of
Florida. terms of four ((4)) each, attendance. Punch Mrs. Gladys - -
FORM OF GOVERNMENT, years j and with his mother, !Mrs Truby Each word over 35,10 cents. -
SECTION 7 OF THE CHARTER Unless such certificate or to be held between the hours of 1 homemade cookies were Jacksonville Beach, was a Wainwright. All Classified Ads must be

LAWS OF THE CITY OF certificates shall be redeemed 8:00: o,m. and 5:00: p m. on the t served to the 75 present. guest of !Mrs Bryant Reddishon Kenny Terrell of Gainesvilleis paid for in advance unless FOR SALE New 3 bedroom

to law 16th of October 1973 at Rev Don Friday. you brick veneer, 2 baths, living
STARKE RELATING TO THE according certificate day Denton and family spending several days with have established an account
described such the polling places: will be vacation for Mrs Janie Turner and room, kitchen and 'dining
ABOLITION OF A CITY CLERK in following on a week. his grandmother, !Mrs. Joe wills the Telegraph. In that
AND THE APPOINTMENT OF A or certificates will be sold to They plan to go to the Smokey daughter. Crystal, of Dorko. event 50 cents extra chargefor area Good location

CITY MANAGER PROVIDINGFOR the highest bidder at the court Farmer's !Mutual Exchange 1 Mountain in N.C. Dutch Brooksville, attended all Friends of !Mrs. John billing. Not responsible for Financing available. Call
door in Starke Florida 1 and Robert services on Sunday at Faith Buford Mitchell, 964-6853.
SUBMISSION TO THE house on Monday Harley Lee will Shuford will be interested to errors when given over the

ELECTORATE AND Month of September, 1973, have charge of services in the Baptist Church. know she is recovering from phone or when is not tfchg
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE which is the 10th day of Circuit Court Clerk's Office {pastor's absence. !Mr and Mrs. Emory Eunice the and copy
minor surgery at Riverside typed brought to the office
Court went to Chattanooga, Tenn., to
DATE September 1973. Bradford County Highland Baptist Church Hospital in Jacksonville. ,

IN FAVOR OF CITY Dated this 9th day of house Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Tennessee Temple Collegeand :Mr and Mrs. Clyde

MANAGER TYPE GOVERNMENT August, 1973. Starke, Florida Worship Services, 11 a.m. and he registered there for the Wainwright and Kimberly, of
will be HELP WANTED
ABOLISHING THE Gilbert Brown, Clerk 7:30: p,m. Prayer meeting 1973-4 term. They Lakeland, spent the weekend PAY FOR CLASSIFIEDADS r J

OFFICE OF CITY CLERK AS AN By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. J. L. Waters Grocery Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. living in Jasper, Tenn. with his mother, Mrs II. C. IN ADVANCE

ELECTED OFFICE Clerk of Circuit Court of Lawtey, Florida f followed by Choir Practice. Mr! and !Mrs Ross Broyles Wainwright, and took her son.
and family and nephew, Joey
OPPOSED TO CITY Bradford County, Florida Van, back on Sunday. Increased costs have made it
Broyles, of Jonesboro, Tenn. HELP WANTED
MANAGER TYPE GOVERNMENT Petitions nominating PERSONALSMrs. ;; Dozer
8.16 4t 9.6NOTICE !Mr and Mrs. Dick Starling necessary for this newspaper to
ABOLISHING THE candidates for supervisorsshall Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. are spending some time with operator, top wages ex
had its rules and
a birthday dinner clarify present adopt
OFFICE OF CITY CLERK AS AN be signed by at least Daisy Boch Lynn, and Miss their cousins, !Mr and Mrs. Saturday noon to celebrate the new ones for the publication of perienced. No need to apply

ELECTED OFFICE OF APPLICATION twenty-five ((25)) qualified Selectors Elixson, of Worthington Glen Shuford and family and birthdays of both of her classified advertisements in its unless you have at least 5

FOR TAX DEED who reside in the Springs, spent last Thursdaywith Mrs. Hester (Hicks. columnsAll years experience.. In Starkearea.
.
for said Election and filed with the Mrs Ronnie !Mosley, ofIaxville. grandmothers Betty 7823592. 8 30
Inspectors : Sec 194,16, F.S. district !Mrs. Wilkinson's sons-in- Norman and Mrs. Betty advertisements of this nature 3tp -
of Kenneth R. Lit1 1 !\ visited her parents,
office law and daughtersII'! and be advance unless
Padgett. About 75 relatives must paid in an
Leona Mathews Inspector NOTICE IS HEREBY tlejohn, Acting Coordinator, !Mrs. Maines Griffis and !Mr and !Mrs Harold Eunice, ttl'nded.llr. established
a monthly account is - - -
Clara F Colson Inspector GIVEN;, that Robert Scott, the Soil and Water Conservation family, and !Mr. and Mrs. last Friday morning. and !Mrs. H C Harley maintained with this newspaper

Peggy Shaller Inspector holder of the following certificates Council, Department of Virgil Griffis and family, of !Miss Elizabeth Terry, of Bushnell. visited their son Mailing and bookkeeping costs WANTED: Man to help manage

MrsJ C Dukes Inspector has filed said certificates Agriculture and Consumer Palatka. Tammy Denton and Miss Randy for the weekend. have advanced, making it service station. Reasonable

Barbara Valinski Inspector for a tax deed to be Services, Post Office Drawer Mr and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Arthurine Blanchard, visited !Mr and Mrs. O. J. Boyetteand necessary to make this! ad- hours paid vacation. Grease

Louise W,Tenly Inspector issued thereon. The certificate EE Gainesville, Florida and son of St. Augustine, were her sister, !Miss Enza Blan- daughters attended justmentIt room experience necessary,

Kenneth M Strut!) Inspector numbers and years of 32601. no later than September weekend guests of their chard, at Macclenny last services at Forest St. is much prefeiret that good pay. Ph. 473.4279.

Susan K RosmsKi Inspector issuance, the description of 15, 1973 thirty ((30)) days prior parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friday afternoon. Methodist Church in Valdosta, classified advertising be placed in Keystone. 2tchg. 8 23 8-30

Bessie M Burns Inspector the property and the names in to election date. Petitions may Carter, and Mrs. P. L. Miss Susie i Hilhard spent the Ga person rather than by telephoneso
on Sunday.
Ella Mae Ch.isldin weekend with Mr. and Mrs ..
InspectorIrma be obtained the
which it was assessed are as by contacting Dinkins. Mr and Mrs Carl Eubanks, as to avoid errors - - -
Buford Inspector District Conservationist in John O'Brien, of Jacksonville. ...
follows: Certificate No. 32. !Mrs. Sidney Harbin and of Apopka, spent the weekend - -
local soil and water They went on a tour of St
Year of Issuance 1970. your mother. Mr H L. Barfield with Mrs Euhanks' parents, WANTED: Part time salesman at

ALIERNATES I FOR SAID Description of Property: SE conservation district.A went to Atlanta. Ga., Thursday Augustine on Friday :Mr and Mrs. VernonIobley.: Mustang Mobile, Homes.

ELECTION: 1.4of N E Hof SW 1-4 E of Rd. qualified elector includesany to be with her son, Mrs Morris Kelley and :Mr and !Mrs of My Neighbors Retail Sales Experience
Surrency
Mrs RO. Dansby Mrs L, N, qualified to vote in children went to Atlanta, Ga.
Ex. R-W Sec 25, T-5-S, R-22-E person i Harold Barfield, who underwent Baldwin for Necessary. Apply in
Pickering Mrs. Eston Jordon general elections under the Friday for a visit w ith her bro- came Sunday. person
assessed
Name which
in : 1650
surgery on Friday. !Mrs. also their N. Temple Ave., Starke
.
Surrency is ...
..
Mrs
Shellie Gerle
Lorance Berry constitution and statutes of They returned home !Monday ther-in-law and sister !Mr and daughter 1tchg

In testimony whereof I All of said property being in this state who is a landownerin !Mrs Sid Starling. Mrs and

hereunto subscribe my name the County of Bradford. Stateof the district See Section Mrs! Bryant Reddish went Mrs: J. W Thomas, of Live Sophia Starling
Mr and Mrs. J. B. !Morris of I : - - -
and cause the Seal! of the townto Florida. 58201 ((4)) and ((6)), Florida with her daughter Mrs. Jack Oak, visited her parents, Mr: ,, ) -

be hereunto affixed this the Unless such certificate or Statutes Before voting, each Pons, and Joey. of and Mrs 1'redIoore.: on Dunnellon, :Mrs. Hogan Smith I- ,, _'
7th of A D and children of Gainesville, r.-t;; HELP WANTED Maid experienced -
day August 1973.
certificates shall be redeemed elector is requested to present Friday
Tallahassee for a visit with I' "
andIr.! and Mrs. !
MarvinRosier
according to law the propertydl'scribl'l his county certificate of her son-in-law and daughter :Mr and Mrs: S. Denton of ) : / apply in person at
were guests of Mr and Starke Motor Court. 31'1 N.
James E McRje Mayor \ d1' I
of Beach were Ll'I
in such certificateor registration as proof Mr! and Mrs Jim Benson, of Boynton
ATTEST Merrill Edwards certificates will be sold to eligibility to vote to the poll i Piscataway. N. J. They weekend guests of their son !Mrs James Rosier on Sunday, \\\ I I..... 2tp
to celebrate !Mrs Rosier's Both ;; 5J 823--
City Clerk the highest bidder at the courthouse manager and record his name returned to their homes on and daughter-in-law. Rev and Friends of
894t96 door on the first Monday and residence address. TuesdayMr Mrs Don Denton and family. birthday. Mrs j1 - -

in !Month of September, and !Mrs O. Nicula and Mr! and Mrs Hermie Kelly Luther Milliard will regret to t-< I NEEDED IMMEDIATELY -
learn that she the
147.:!. which is the 10th day of Kenneth R. Littlejohn, Acting visited Miss Enza Blanchard is in > people interested in wood
In The Circuit Court Of The September. 1973. Coordinator Macclenny.! and Mrs Loca :Methodist Hospital in
working to work
Eighth Judicial Circuit In And Dated this 8th day of Soil and Water Conservation STARKEHeld Whitten, at Lake Butler on Jacksonville for observationand ..l't.or Ilarrj. only hail! home component in factory a mobile$2
after sudden
Florida. tests a
For Bradlord County August. 1973! Council Saturday bile nil ami that
one Jay ear an hour to start. Call 473 2261
Case No; 73 -31)5.) Gilbert, Brown. Clerk Florida Department of Chief andIrs: Jess illness Sunday morning. "
from i\ pro.lieel's| | Itengle.I or 4733265. 3tp 8 30
AG1ESHA'LS.; : Plaintiff.vs Bs Beulah! :M !Moody, D.C. Agriculture and Consumer I
ELSIE GlUE111: -::'<-
Clerk of Circuit Court of Services
DRIETII. et al. Ih'fl'ndants.1OTICE .
Bradford County', Florida I THIS KtPORT TO BE RtTUKXCD TO THI QOVf MNMIMT Of
OF SL'ITTO
; 8-16 4t 96NOTICE 8.16 3t 9.2
QUIET' TITLE over from last week :" ARTMENTOFTHETREASURY

IN: TilE :NAME: : ()ITilE -. n OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING STARK CITY

STATE OF FLORIDA OF APPLICATION:: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Mr. and Mrs. J.A Eggersand E- 1900 I PENNSYLVANIA AVE N.W. PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION

To the Defendants FORTAX DEED: FLORIDA sons of Jacksonville were WASHINGTON. DC. 20228 FOR THE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
ELSIE GREEN: : HEN-: Sec 194,16. F.S. Friday night visitors of Mr. o
DKIET1I: ELLEN:: GREEN:: CIRCUIT IN AND FOR and Mrs. Gerald !Norman IKI) o EXECUTIVE PROPOSAL Check thus block rf this pan IS baaad on JUL 1 1973 AND ENDING JUN 30 F 1974
: BRADFORD COUNTY. an a.cuOve proposal E
GKEEN.HATTIE
TISDALE. AUGUSTA _
:NOTICE IS HEREBY:
GH1:1ESTEH: :: GIVEN that ROBERTSCOTT CASE NO. Mrs Audrey McCall of (ILl), DEBT How will, 'ha avallsbl'"V' 01 r.enue sharing funds affect the IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASEQ'UPQN AN
IN PROBATEIn borrowing requlremenls of your jurisdiction
GREEN: \\ILLIAMS: AHTHL'HCOLE
the holder of the Jacksonville attended tile ESTIMATED TOTAL OF $110,265
JOHN:' COLE. JH. following certificates has filed Re shower given for Miss Martha AVOID DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT
RUTH' :\IA\' COLE:\'. SANDH: I : Estate of ALVIN Lu B e
said certificates for a tax deedto EVERETT Burns at the home of TOO SOON TO ACCOUNT NO.
McKINNEY JR. lESSEN DEBT INCREASE
DAVIS :\I.HGHEE'Ii: GHAY.ANN .
be issued thereon Thecertificate deceased. her sister Mrs. Tullie Nor- PREDICT EFFECT
: : LOU DAVIS. H.\:NNAHGHEEN : numbers and man, Tuesday night of last 10 2 004 004
: OBKDIMI: GREEN; : !years of NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll week. (1M) TAXES In which of the following manna Is II e.pec1ed thai tho STARKE CITY

JH JERRY: GREEN: HOOKER of issuance, the description creditors of the estate of avadeb.Ii'y. of Revenue Sharing Funds WIll effect the lax '
T GHEEN::' SAMUELGREEN : the property, and the names in ALVIN EVERETT McKINNEY. levels 01 your Jurisdiction, Check as many aa apply CITY CLERK

which it was assessed are as JR., deceased are hereby Mrs. George Pfiester of STARK'; FLORIDA 3C091OF
: Ill ISVUGHEEN:: WILL ENABLE REDUCING WILL REDUCE AMOUNT RATE
and OSCAR GHEE: follows: of notified and required to file any Fort Lauderdale was last D RATE OF A MAJOR TAX. D INCREASE: OF A MAJOR" TAX.
: Year
if alive. or if dead to his or her Certificate 30 claims or demands which they Wednesday overnight guest of ''Xl WilL PREVENT INCREASE IN
unknown heirs devisees Issuance 1970Description may have against said estate in her son and family, 1\11'\ and RATEOFAM"-IORTAX" 0 NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS

and all of Property: 1 the office of the circuit judge of Mrs. Edward Pflester.Mr. .
legatees or grantees.
Lot as dt'sC in OR Book 14-381. Bradford WILL PREVENT ENACTING
County Florida the
i n O
other 0 TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT
persons or parties
Sec 25. T5S. R-22E courthouse A NEW MAJOR TAXOPERATINGMAINTENANCE
at Starke. Florida
claiming b> through, under or :Name in which assessed: within six calendar months from : and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin >" EXPENDITURES _. L-
them and! to Allparties CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
against :Mid State Homes. Inc. the date of the first spent the weekend with their -- -
or persons having or All of said property being in of this notice. Each publication claim or son-in-law and daughter, Mr.\ h:: PRIORITY PLANNED 'RANNIaq""rt"r ) n"rtAiNiOra"Nr ) PURPOSE PLANNED PERCENT PLANNED FOR. __

claiming any right title or State and Mrs\ James :Montuoro Q EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES .usmuaci' .!Woo EXPENDITURES LAND
of Bradford.
the and
County ,
demand must be in and ... 0'OOT111G "AlliJO IE) ARtfMNi
interest In and to the following of Florida writing daughter in Tampa. CATEGORIES(IA) (181) IIIMCIS let soma IDI IF) LOUIPMe1T NSTRUCn ACOUl511t0N [
must state the place of residenceand I IJI _
described properly situated in 1 I- -
Unless such certificate or 1 10 MULTI.PUSllC
post office address of the
Bradford County. Florida certificates shall be redeemed 0 SAFETY S % % GENEOALGOVT S % % % %
claimant and must be sworn to :Mrs. B.J. Eggers of Jack- .

Kist 'I i ol the :North I: of' according to lathe propertyfescribed by the claimant his agent or his sonville spent Wednesday to 0. ENVIRONMENTAL
such certificate S 4410'.00 100 % %
Southeast > of Northwest ( in attorney or it will become void Friday with her parents, Mr. O PROTECTION EDUCATION S % % % %
f or certificates will be sold to
and the according to law
Southwest > of 3 -
t 1 and Mrs. Tullle Norman and
the highest bidder at the courthouse Dated this 20th PUBLIC I 12
Southeast I U Northwest:'; I'i door on :Monday in August. A. D. 1973MYRTIEH day of was accompanied back by her I-. T PORTATION S % % HEALTH S % % % %

.
.
containing 25 acres more or :Month of September 1973, daughter, Beverly; wrio had

less EXCEPT: AND EXCLUDING which is the 10th day of Administratrix of .the McKINNEY Estate of spent the past week with the 4 HEALTH S % % ANSPORTATIO 22053.00 10 % 90 % % /0N

I any part thereof lying September 1973 Normans.
ALVIN EVERETT 14 --
McKINNEY
.
.
within road right of was Dated this 9th dayof S % %
$
JR. deceased RECREATION DSOCIALEVELOPMENT % % % %
You and each of you are hoti august. 197.5: Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Mathewsof .

tied that a suit to (quiet title to Gilbert Brown. Clerk Lakeland were Tuesday and I 16 HOUSINGS; '
823 4t 913Dazzling I'. S % % E' $ 0
the above described property By Beulah: !Moody. C Wednesday guests of Mrs.\ LIBRARIES DEVELOPMENT % o/c % %

has been filed t W.B. Mundy at Klngsley Lake. ,
against you and i Clerk of Circuit Court of 7 II -- -

sou are required to erse a cops Bradford County, Florida StrawberryAnd j I- SOCIAL FOR AGEO.SERVICES POOR S % % ECONOMIC S % % % yI /o

of sour answer to the Complainton I 11-1601 t 96NOTICE Mr. and Mrs Bill Morar ... I Y ,.. -. -

the complaint on the Plaintiffs Avocado Salad and family; of Panama City fiNANCIAL S % % ENVIRONMENTAL 11 S % % o
attornp).' Ll'stl'rIakofka: spent the weekend with her "OMINISTRATI0N CONSERVATION /0
OF APPLICATION: _
of Law Offices of Robert G parents, Mr. and :Mrs H.A. S TOTALPUMN'
Alexander 1409 Barnett Bank FORTAXDEED 1 8-ounce package of cream 'Lawson. 1' aci t PESOE: 4'e106.00 / z 'B PUBLIC SAFETY S % % /0 %

| Sec 194 16, F,S. cheese, softened
Building Jacksonville Florida '9 -

32202 and file the original in the :NOTICE IS HEREBY 1/4/ cup milk Mrs. R.P. McLendon spent INI) ASSURANCES I Re'er 10 Instruction 01 RECREATION i $ % % %' "10
:
office of the Clerk of Circuit 1 3/4/ teaspoon ginger several days this 'week with CULTURE -- '
GIVEN: that Robert Scott the 20 ENSPads/ -" -
Court on or before September :.1. 1 6-ounce can frozen limeade, her son, Tommy In TallahassK' -
1973otht'rllt' the holder of the following cer- The n.ws meda, have be.n adVIHd that a complete copy loctrla: Pl t % %
allegationsof thawed
tificates has filed said certificates 01 this report has been publIshed In a local newspaper of general' an'd-ni 37 'tU
the will be takenas 21 OTHER/Sp.'fy)
Complaint 2 cups avocados cut into cllcu'e..n.' I have .
for a tax deed to be records documenting the coolants of this % oro
confessed issued thereon. The certificate bite-iize chunks Kathy and Keith Gllllngham report and lhey ere open for public and news med.s. scrutiny s419.JS.Q %1 I
This Notice shall be publishedonce of Perrine are visiting there -- -
numbers and years of 2 cups strawberry halves 22 OTHER'S...."" )
each week for four con- issuance the description of Romaine or other lettuce grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S % % 0/ ca

secutive weeks in The Bradford the property and the names in leavesIn Guy Sale, at KIngsley Lake t assure Ihe Secrelary 0' Ihe Treasury that, ''he statutory

County Telegraph. which it was assessed are as for three weeks. They win provisions. "lied ''n Part G of Ihe Instructions accompanYing this. TOTAL PLANNED
DATED this 27th day of July. be Joined by their parents report will be complied with' by this' reclp.enl. governmenl with. CAPITAL EXPENOI $66159.00r.sp.ct
1973. follows: small bowl, with electric the to Ihe anllllemeni funds reporled h..eon. TURFS
Certificate No. 28. Year of over weekend. .:.
Clerk of Circuit Court Issuance 1970.Description. mixer at medium speed, beat l

Bradford County Florida of Property : cheese, milk, ginger and 3
Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr and

By Virginia Deputy F Clerk Darby' Lot as desc, in OR Book 14-385, Tablespoons limeade concentrate daughter Mrs. J.M. High and iy"L Of CHI If Culov'O"Clo '- : DArl -7..3--- ._.....BraUor4-C.. Of .....S,..,.. ouatpTala graph
Sec 25, T-5-S. R-22-E. until smooth. Set aside. children of Jacksonville
spent
(Court Seal I)
Name in which assessed: In large bowl, toss avocadoand
last
week at St. Augustine r
8.2 4t 822.FILING: MI cE/wllfl.. :
TY
LSflr
Mid State Homes Inc. 4IUf&.43-191)
strawberries with remaining Beach. N .... TlTLI- 'LI"SI '.''NT DAT.1'iI'SHIO' .._
. All of said property being in limeade. With slotted -o. t0"N h0 1 ZJuL'

CABINETS. Type- the County of Bradford, Stateof spoon, transfer avocado- Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Edwards TIllS REPORT ro BC RET6RkEO TO THE OEPP OF THE ; YPage 'S'1

wrltar Stands, Desk, Chairs Florida. strawberry mixture to let of Naples were last
such certificate
Unless
S fM. -Bradford County[ certificates shall be redeemed or tuce-lined salad plates or fruit Thursday overnight guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed-
'T.IBgTaph. according to law the property cups. Pass creamy ginger wards.

described in such certificate dressing. Makes 6 Servings!!







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HELP WANTED: Tree CompanyIn "
(Melrose needs one climber
FOR SALE General Electric TV,
and two ground men. Full now for sale et DAHMER'S POULTRY EQUIP OF 0. C. Cent Nursery
time only. Driver license PINEHURST
DISCOUNT, black and whiteor Thousand .( Plant 3f Acres
required. Call 475-2233. 4t chg color. Btchg 9-13 ALL KINDS.R. Fruit Trees, Shade Tree., Joins City Limits

8-23 913WANTED Evergreen, Camellia, 2 Poed reads .. .., 1 Grocery And Variety StoreWE
------------ Q. Simmons Aialee., Rote* ; ;
------------
1 M
Most In Cane Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Grad. : HAVE MOST COMPLETE

Part-time work for GE COLOR TV now from Equip Co. BILL POWELL : }rtSI FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN
Female College Student. Cell $179.95, with trade. Brand 23 MI. S.E. Of Starke, BROKER
9646171. Itp new, at Dahmer's Discount 317 E Brown!.. St. Hwy. 100. 964-6464 533.2208 STARK
Florohon. 6S).2165
------------ House. 9tchg 11.11 Stork, Fla. Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplle

I e.xJ Hwy. 100 East Store Hour. 7.11
------------ t
HELP WANTED Need Extra Phone 964.6819 Of Stork 7 Days a Week

Cash? Have openings PUMPSNEW ...... ..
part LATE 8-TRACK JIMMY MOORE'S .u end ChrUttn D. T.F.
time Times-Union Motor Tapes fully t'ehg' I
Route. For more informationcall guaranteed. Dozens to AND USED S.I S,,",'

Carl Hagen toll free 1-800- choose from. Now only $2.98at .. .
SALES ------- ------------
Dahmer's Discount House. MORE BOAT FOR
342-2709 .
or write P.O. Box INSURANCEAT
1185 Starke 32091. 1tp 9tchg 11.11 PARTS YOUR MONEY PLASTERING
REDUCED i
RATES SERVICE HH
Stark Ph. "4-5791 MRS. LILLIAN PEARSON AND DRY WALL Inc.
------------ AUTO. FIRE BOAT Deep ond Shallow Well ,

A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR DOYLE E. CONNER Complete Outboard & Stem Phone 782-3578 Or 782-3896
HELP WANTED Experienced 964-6162 Drive Service A. THOMAS
INSURANCE AGENCY and Repair.
P.O. Box 605 Fla.
Presser. Will train mature AssociatesFred tchqINTERESTED Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Complete Fiberglass Repair Lawtey

time person employment.that wants steady Apply full Lillian Sackett Pearson 782-3806 468-1753 SERVICEON Custom built Fiberglas Realtor HARDCOAT STUCCO

Cadillac Uniforms 441 E. ALL MAKES Fishing Boots.

Brownlee. 1tchg $4,000 handy man special IN BUYING PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Announces that Mrs. I SIMULATED BRICK
$9,000 2 BR. 1 bath frame Lillian Pearson is now
OR SELLING?
----- ------- $15,600 3 BR, 1 bath block with his firm as an "We Make House Calls "
$17,500 3 BR, corner lot I
HELP WANTED Qualified $18,750 large frame-terms CONTACT PUMP & SUPPLY CO. HileyPaving associate. 13t-<)/6
..... .. .
Christian teachers for grades $38,000 4BR 1 acre 2t chg 8-30 -- ---- ---------

1, 2, and 3. Call 468-1666. Farms from 3 to 75 acres GEORGE ROBERTS Mov.d 5 Blocks North CoDriveways
sari
Hampton Fla. tfchgMISCELLANEOUS Land from 19 to 50 acres REAL ESTATE 864 N. Tempi Av. ,

OPPORTUNITYTO IIIPP (&&ttK TRACTOR CO.Telephone.
------------ Charles ZlppererWayne
COLORADO 10 EARN
: ACRES 372.3464
$2,9751 Repossessed High Douglas A.A. MEETING:; Lots
Parking
AssociatesPHONE EXTRA MONEYEVER
Mountain Valley Retreat. $35 FARM MACHINES

down $35 monthly at 6 per 961-7826 FRIDAY NIGHT
cent interest. STEED Day 473-2127 WISHED for your own Now & Used
FINANCE CO. 911 W. 10th 421 W. MADISON ST. 8:30: P.M. personal income to spend) as
Amarillo, Texas 79101. Phone Nights 473-2102 desire, in 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
something
8063768690. 1tp 309 N. CHERRY ST. you
addition to the family budget?
FREE Mixed puppies. Call 964- 1'.O. ilraI br F Would like to GAINESVILLE, FLA.
5363 after 5 P.M. 1tp ---- ---- -- Your you something
Want To Drink That'sYour
turn your spare time into
"Whoro Service It Th. Better Idea"
----- -- ----- FOR SALE Fill dirt, Top Soil, Real Estate Business Kt' lnnt', {lI{rlr'"' .. productive income-
Not by clerking in a store.
Lime Rock, Traylor Landscape
SUNBURN? Skin disorders? Try Co., Lawtey, Fla. Ph. 782- Broker Want To Stop That'. Our Flu. Not by working in an office ------------

Toco-Derm Vitamin E cream 3437. 2tp 8-23 8-30 TF Not any job that requires long
Bu.1
1260 IU per tube at Mitchell'sDrugs BUY-.SELL-TRADE- n. hours away from home each A&H ROOFING

1 1tp ----- ------- APPRAISALSCall day..
------ -----
WANTED: Someone to take up Bill Powell SEWING r S SAVE S complished Many women this: have They ac are 259 N. liny St.
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast payments on a 1970, 12 x 60
with X-II Diet Plan, 300. Mobile Home $77.61 for 49 964-6464 FRED DAVIS LUZIER COSMETIC CON Starke 961-66JH
REDUCE Excess Fluids with months. Call 4733516. 1tp MACHINE SULTANTS.
X-Pel 300. Money Back 24 Hrs. A Day BUICK PONTIAC Positions are now open in this
Call Alvarez
Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp --- --- --- Soles and Service CMC TRUCKS area. Contact Miss Louise Billy
11.8EXPERIENCED PFAFF- ELNA L A LITTLE RIDE CAN Stern, ai.a, manager.

FOR SALE David Brown #1200 New Home SAVE YOU A LOT/7; SPECIALIZINGAsphalt .
Phone
------------ and #990 tractor,7' Harrow, 5' 40 ACRES OF 3 964.5616
Bush Hog 6' WHITE GREEN COVE SPRINGS!
BOOK-KEEPER Smoothing ROLLING GRASSLAND 2t chg 8-30 "' Shingling
Blade Disc. Plow Heavy Duty
Will do general bookkeeping Roof Rake, 3.8 Yard Scoop, 1 COLORADO $49.50 up Add On &
Repairs
payrolls etc. for small '*
FULLY
SURVEYED
Ton 1965 Dodge Truck Pick-
individuals in Ports & Repairs PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE
businesses or GRANDE on
NEAR RIO RIVER
up, 6 Ton Comp. Trailer, All All Work Guaranteed
Ph. 964.5756 2tp 8-
23 my home. Equipment 3 Point Hitch. In 59.750!' $95 DOWN. all other male machinesNATIONAL Special' One Week Only On

good condition. Reason for S95 PER MO. AT 6%. For 1 >enr.
selling, retirement. L. G. AND A HALF HIGHIN
"A MILE
------------
DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL ------ ------
Edwards, Phone 9646391, THE COLORODA SKY"
Box 479, Starke. Itp
WANTED Used furniture
refrigerators washers Dah- WRITE: STEED. 911 W 10TH. 611 W. Univ. Av. $4.99 Now $3.99 STARKE BUILDERSA
mer's Discount House. tfchg -- -- ------- AMARilLO. TEXAS 79101. 53.99 Now 52.99

Gainesville, Fla. H\\'Y 100> East Store Hour Complete Building Service

------------ GARAGE SALE Furniture, 8063768690CmlPLETE Of f S'\rk?. M.rr !tl t And Chri.t n. !>... 7 Days A Beek Phone 9M-VO .'!1" I'I lla.,hn"r..11, .
household goods, clothes, 378-1355 .
'art.- I I iCONGOLEUMSHINYL
etc. Saturday, August 25, 9 to
of
STEAM CLEANING Engines
3. Corner of Church St. and VINYL
all types automotive farm ACE Enterprise
East Adkins. Itp
machinery. Boyd Service, Ph "The No W0)C Floor" $4.59fomoletHv

9648359. tfchgMISCELLANEOUS ---- ------- HOUSE CLEANINGInside :; MILLER Irtwi Electric & Plumbing 'ln.rall i nml'Mt't S.( '." per Sq. yd.


Opening Experienced- Nursery FOR SALE okra, -now Peas ready., butterbeansand Ph. 964- STEAM CLEAN& Out #10VOLKSWAGEN Repairs & Ser-ice Old & Net Work BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI

Teacher opening Progressive 7526. Itp Mildew Paint Stripping/ LOW NYLON

Nursery ages 2 through 6. Pre Carpet & Floor Service Trailer Pmcer Pole Installed: Many C"t..n <:'''u'' ff-jir $6.91

school instruction given daily. ----- -- --- CALL EDDY Exceed F.H.A. Spet ,ifl* iionCompt.teiy -

Call for 9648404.interview 1tp and PHONE 964.8359 New & Used Il'I 1t. 24 hr. Service 431-1000 Installed Over Rubber pudding Pn Sq. yd.
enrollment. FOR SALE Good used tin
.
Sol. Service SHAG
roofing and small utility trailer. Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. 431-1200 961-8220
-----------
9648612. Itp The Carpet With The Now Look!
Complete Janitorial 100" Conttnuoui Fll.! Nylon
SORRY SAL Is now a merry iervle* 1 Mi. North el the Mall M.ny Color To Chooir From r
gal. She used Blue Lustre rug ---- -- -- -- GAINESVILLE Completely; |n..Ufd Over Rubber Piiiding P" !><). Yd. S1e9,
BOYD SERVilE
and upholstery cleaner. Rent FOR SALE OR LEASE Take-out
electric shampooer $1. Dev- : OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
Barbecue Restaurant 301
rick Inc., 301 E. Call St.. North in Starke. on Fully HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 -- zd_ ., .
964-6163. equipped. Good for man and Phone 964-6061 ::. k FREE

-- ------ -- wife. Contact Lyman Green MAITIN CAMPERS Special Double Wide "- -' ",. ,j '"': ._ ESTIMATES
Box 766, Lake Butler, Fla. U.S. 90 W..., Lake City ""
;aJ1
Summer Clearance Sale a'r
MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also Phone 4969411. 1tchg Phone 752-3723
mobile home hurricane an- Everything priced to sell
For Beit Selection
choring and mobile home roof ----- - FIAT Of
Mobile Home New & Used Furniture WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
Olin's MOBILE
coating. Home TRAVEL TRAILERS
Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. FOR SALE Used Chest type Sale Parts Service Ml H III |Park \1nn <::.t Noon; Dark On Simtija .... 4/73 Eo.bh.h.d! 1949)

Starke Fla. tfchg Freezer $25. Sofa bed $25. N.w and Used TRUCK CAMPERSAND 744 N. Thompson, Starke
Phone 964-6026. 1tp o v'Ft'Fsvwn' a y '' ToTnnnnra a tTrn ff ms't't'
USED IMPORT CARS TOPPERSFull Warranty Is As Important As Price

-- ---- HAIF1EI AUTO Line Of Parts. AndService HELP WANTEDNo we've stood behind both since 1949

SALE J IMPORTS INC.
t FOR FOR SALE Double Wide TF

Mobile Home take over 509 E. Unlv.nityGain.vlll..372.4313 Experience Necessary, Steady Work, .----------------------------

payment and small equity.. TF Fringe Benefits Needed Needed Needed j
Phone 964-5065 or 9645142. Unite Firm

FOR Bull SALE Calves- Registered- you pick Angus one 1tp Agency, Inc APPLY AT Experienced Sewing

now, will be weaned Oct. 1 1. ------- 3eg. Real Estate Broker
J.B. White. Phone 9646114. CARL BEGGS Paul & Irene Faulkner { NATIONAL PROTEIN INC. Machine OperatorsHOURS
tfchg FOR SALE 67 four door
-
Gulf Service
7:30 A.M. TO 4 P.M. j jI
Falcon New Tag, Brakes Associates Rood 21 Hampton, Fla. : :
----------- relined New Battery 22 miles 206 S. Water Street MONDAY THRU FRIDAY I 5 DAYS PER WEEK I Ij

AM & FM RADIOS with stereo 3532 per gallon gas. $350. 782- USED Stork 0, FI a. 964.5065 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M. j PAID VACATIONS. HOLIDAYS j jI
WANT TO SELL
OR
players. Console models 1tp-------- An Equal Opportunity Employer I GROUP INSURANCE I
RUY REAL ESTATE?
closing out at 149.95 Dah- -- I
mer's Discount House. 9tchg WATSON'SHOUSE PARTSFor Call Us For Best Prices A* tatotat Cadillac Uniform Co.
11.11 OF VACUUMS Prospect Waiting 441) E. BROWNLEE ST 1T 8/23 1
tfchg ----------------------------

----------- Many brands of new vacuums -
Most MaKes (Tf Cars
Radio &
$39.00 up. Used machines Bills C.B. Equip
from $10. Expert Repairs all 74 Hr. Wrecker Service Nothing Down
JUST A FEW Air Conditioners, makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor LONG CHAMPHome 321 N TEMPLE AVE
110 volt 10 cent plus costDahmer's
per all vacuums. Built in Hwy. 301 N. Waldo STARKE. FLA
Discount House 3 Rooms of Beautiful Contemporary
central vacuum cleaning
2tchg 8-23 systems. 712 N. Main Phone 468.1998 and Build ingt HOME OF "MAGNETIC SIGN CO." Furniture Va Paid For Out of Lay-A-

Gainesville 3767110. Mauri" als Room Suite Dining Suite,
Living ,
------------ Way.
-WE BUILD RADIOS NOW. Suite Mattress & Springs.
DISCOUNTS ON ALL C.B. Bedroom ,
homes oI'sMobil.
LOTS Zoned for mobile ------------
Ae., "Your Plan Or Ours in New Condition. Price
and houses. Several sub- DUE TO DEVALUATION OF OUR DOLLAR. Everything

divisions to choose from. Only WE NOW HAVE diamond Home Your Lot Or Ours." SOON GO UP BUY NOW 8c SAVE $600. New. Your Price as Low as $359.
PRICES WILL
$95 down. Monthly paymentsto needles for any make or model SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES FREE ESTIMATES You May Buy 1 Piece or a Whole
Ph. 468-
1551 suit or your 964-8331.budget.tfchg stereo player.House. tfchg Dahmer'sDiscount EIIp."de Rooms & Add Remodeling Repair PEARSE SIMPSON. COURIER. Houseful. NO DOWN PAYMENT

On Reams Addition Required. Low Monthly\ Payments!
Free Delivery end )et Up JOHNSON. COBRA. PACE. AND
----- ----
---
----- ,
------- Home Bought Sold
100 MILE RADIUS Traded ROBYN C.B. SETS FURNITURE CITY USA
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x FOR SALE Good used sewing BANK FINANCINGHWY 373.1456
E Univ. & S. E 1st
ACREAGE FOR SALE Cor.
9, 3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; 12 x machines $19.95 end up. 17 NORTH
12, 11.30; 12 x 15 only Coleman's Sewing Center, GREEN COVE7J ..... *$) NOTHING SOLD RETAIL Gainesville, Ra.

1495. Many pattern and 9648312. tfchg Tel. 784-5001 244-7311 Hwy. 301 S. Stork Tl LOCATED IN THE OLD BAIRD HARDWARE BLDG.
color Dahmer's Discount, tf





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I LEGAL, 1973-74 Bradford County School Bus Routes 1 I




8:25: Johns Road, Graded Road This'bus will return to Lawtey bementary School. Afternoon route 8-05: SR 200-B at US 301
ROUTE No. 1 Bus No. 12 School will begin at Lawtey Elementary School at 2:15: and reverse the SR 225 !
8:30: Hampton Elementary 8:17: 200-B -
Driver: Margie Mott 8:40: Uncoln City morning route with elementary students.Then proceed to Bradford 8:20: Lawtey Elementary School
High School at 3:05: and reverse the morning route
Mddle School SR 200-B
8:50: Bradford 8:23: SR 225 -
Route 1 will begin on SR 18 West of Brookar at the county line near Bradford SchoolP.
8:55: High 200-B US 301
Worthington, picking up on highway 18 and highway 237 to A. M. SCHEDULE: 8:35:

Brooker Elementary. Proceed east on SR 18 and pick up all M. SCHEDULE: 8:50-: BMS
students grades? 12 between the Brooker Area to the Junction of 7:30: Tanners' Garage 8:56: BHS

SR 225 and SR 227, proceeding on SR 227 to US 301, then north to 2:15: Depart Hampton Elementary 7:40: Claude Rowe Road 9:15: Return to Lawtey .

Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. This bus will be Road SR 221 7:46: US 301 at Griffis Road
2:18: Johns M. SCHEDULE:
parked at the bus garage. The afternoon route will begin at 2:23: Johns Road Graded Road South to SR 18 7:50: US 301 at Richard Starling Road P, .
Bradford Middle School 3:00 Bradford School US 301 at Richard Starling Road
at : p.m. High at 8:00: -
18
2:27: SR at Hampton 2:15 Depart Lawtey Elementary
:
3:05: reversing morning rout. 2:35: SR 325 and County Line 8:10: US 301 at Highland ; 2:18-: SR 225 200-B

A.M. SCHEDULE: 3:00 3:05:: -- Depart Depart Bradford Bradford High Middle School School 8:30 8:55:: -. Bradford Lawtey Elementary High School School(only) 2:30: SR BMS 200-B US 301
3:00
Return Lawtey :
to
9:15: -
3:15 Lincoln City
-
:
7:50: State Road 18 at the county line West of Brooker 2 Miles 3:05: BHS
3:30: SR 18 East US 301'SR 20O-B
8:00: Turn in SR 237 P. M. SCHEDULE: 3-20:
8:12: Arrive at Brooker Elementary parking lot 3:32: SR 200-B SR 225

8:15: Leave Brooker Elementary 2:15: Depart Lawtey Elementary t
8:32: Graham Post Office ROUTE No. 6 Bus No. 62 2:30: US 301 at Highland Bus No. 39 .
8:40: Junction SR 225 and SR 227 Driver: Brenda Jones 2:35: US 301 at Griffis Road ROUTE No. 14
Driver Ida Lee Brown
8:50: Bradford Mddle School 2:41: Claude Rowe Road and SR 125 :
f
8:55: Bradford High School Route 6 will begin on SR 18 at SR 227 proceeding East to US 301, 2:45: SR 225 at US 301
9:00: Parked at Bus GaragePM North on US 301 to SR 221, then South on US 301 to SR 18 to 2:50: US 301 North one mile Route 14 will begin on US 301 at Carter's Store and proceed North to

Hampton Elementary. Load to capacity with secondary students at 3:05: Bradford High School SR 200A. Return on US 301 to Market Road, then West to SR 16 h!

SCHEDULE: the school or Fire Station proceed to Bradford Middle School and 3:32: Lawtey Elementary School and South on SR 16 to Starke Elementary School, Bradford Middle

Bradford High School, picking up High School and Mddle Schoolon 3:38: Richard Starling Road School and Bradford High School This bus will then be parked at

3:00: Depart Bradford Middle School US 301 to SR 227. This bus will return to Hampton. The afternoon 3:48: US 301 and Richard Starling Road the bus barn. The afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle

3:05: Arnve Bradford High School route will begin at Hampton Elementary at 2:15: and reverse 4:00: US 301 at Highland School at 3.00 and Bradford High School and Starke Elementary I.

3:26: Arrive Graham the merning route with elementary students. Then proceed to 4:05: US 301 at Griffis Road School at 3:05: and reverse the morning route. (Follow this time

3:43: Arrive Brooker Elementary Bradford Middle School at 3:00: p.m. Bradford High School 3:05: 4:11: Claude Rowe Road at SR 125 schedule if only one load). I

3.55Arrive Junction SR 237 and SR 18 reversing morning route.A. .

4.05Arrive County Line SR 18 West of Brooker A. M. SCHEDULE: y

M. SCHEDULE: ROUTE No. 10 Bus No. 1

Driver: Hubert Priest 8:15: US 301 North across from Carter's Store
ROUTE No. 2 Bus No. 17 7:55: SR 18 and SR 227 8:23: US 301 SR 200A I

Driver: Freda Mott 8:08: SR 18 and US 301 8:35: US 301 Market Road ,

8:18: US 301 and SR 221 Route 10 will begin on SR 225 and proceed to the county line. Returnto 8:40: Market Road SR 16 !

Route 2 will begin at the Junction of SR 235 and SR 231 north of 8.25 US 301 and SR 18 Lawtey Elementary School and unload all elementary students. 8:50: Bradford Middle School

Brooker with a loop made at the Russell Green Road. Then proceedto 8:30: Hampton Elementary Repeat trip to county line and pick up students for grades 6.12. 8:55: Bradford High School and Starke Elementary

the railroad tracks at New River. Route 2 will then turn left on theR. 8:35: Hampton Fire Station Proceed to Starke to Bradford Middle School and Bradford High 9:05: Bus GarageP.

R. Anders Road to the Wily Kelly Road and then West to SR 231 8.50 Bradford Middle School School. This bus will return to Lawtey Elementary School. The

and then South to Brooker Elementary. Proceed East on SR 18 and 8.55 Bradford High School afternoon route will begin at the Lawtey Elementary School at 2:15: M. SCHEDULE:

Highway 227 to US 301, then North to Bradford Middle School and 9:15: Return to HamptonP. and reverse the morning route with elementary students, then I

Bradford High School. The bus will return to Brooker. The afternoon proceed to Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and Bradford High 3:00: Depart Bradford Middle School

route begins at Brooker Elementary at 2:15: p.m. with M. SCHEDULE: School at 3:05: and reverse the morning route.A. 3:05: Starke Elementary and Bradford High School

children living on SR 18 and the McKinney Road at Graham, 3:15: Market Road and SR 16

arriving empty at Bradford Middle School at 3.00 p.m. Bradford 2:15: Depart Hampton Elementary 3:20: Market Road and US 301

High at 3.05, reversing morning route. 2:20: SR 18 and US 301 M. SCHEDULE: 3:32: US 301 SR 200A

2:27: US 301 and SR 221 3:40: US 301 Sleepy Hollow Motel
AM SCHEDULE: 2:35: US 301 and SR 18 8:00: SR 225 at county line

2:48: SR 18 and SR 227 8:20: Lawtey Elementary School

7:35: SR 235 and SR 231, 2 miles North of Brooker 3.00 Bradford Middle School 8:25: SR 225 at county line ROUTE No. 15 Bus No. 81 i

7:50: R. Anders Road at New River 3.05 Bradford High School 8:35: US 301 and SR 225 Driver: Ida Mae Reddish !#
8:11: Kelly Road and Gas Plant 3.20 Hampton Fire Station 8:50: Bradford Middle School

8:19: Brooker Elementary 3:25: SR 18 and US 301 8.55 Bradford High School Route 15 will begin on SR225 at SR 16. Pick up students North of SR t

8:22: Depart Brooker Elementary 3:33: US 301 and SR 221 9:15: Return to LawteyP. 225 on dirt road prior to intersection with SR 229. Return to SR 225 i

8.50 Arrive Bradford Middle School 3:41: US 301 and SR 18 and proceed to SR 229, then South on SR 229 to Rising Road West ,
8.55 Arrive Bradford High School 3.54 SR 18 and SR 227 M. SCHEDULE: one mile. North 1 1-2 miles and return to SR 229 and South on SR :

9.00 Bus GarageP. 229 to Starke Elementary School, Bradford Middle School and I
2:15: Depart Lawtey Elementary Bradford High School. This bus will then be parked at the bus barn. i

M. SCHEDULE: 2:30: SR 225 at County line The afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle School at 3:00: :

2:35: US 301 and SR 225 and Bradford High and Starke Elementary at 3.05 and reverse the i
2:15: Depart Brooker Elementary ROUTE No. 7 Bus No. 21 3 00 Bradford Middle School route. '

2:35: Graham Post Office Driver: Belle Gnann 3.05 Bradford High School morning

3 00 Depart Bradford Middle School 3.25 Lawtey Elementary A. M. SCHEDULE:
3.05 Depart Bradford High School Route 7 begins on SR 18 east at boundary of school attendance area, 3.40 SR 225 at county line
3:35: Arrive Brooker proceeding west to SR 221 and south to U. S. 301 and county line.
7:55 SR 225 at SR 16
North to SR 18 to Hampton Elementary School. Load to capacitywith : -
3:41: Gas Plant and Kelly Road 8:13 SR 16 at SR 229
secondary students, proceed to Bradford Middle School and :
4.00 Graded Road New River 8:28 SR 229 Rising Road
Bradford School. This bus will return to Hampton Elementary. :
4:15: SR 235 2 miles North Brooker High 8.50 Bradford Middle School
Afternoon route will begin at Hampton Elementary at 2:15: and 8:55 Starke Elementary and Bradford Middle School
: -
NOTE: All BHS and BMS students who live in the Brooker Area will reverse the morning route with elementary students. Then proceedto 9.05 Bus Garage
Bradford Middle School at 3.00 Bradford High School 305, -
be picked up at Green's Store. ROUTE No. 11 Bus No. 61

reversing morning route.A. Driver: Hazel Sapp P. M. SCHEDULE:


ROUTE No. 3 Bus No. 11 M. SCHEDULE: 3.00 Depart Bradford Middle School
Driver: James Watson Route 11 will begin north of the State Prison on graded road, thenceto 3.05 -. Starke Elementary and Bradford High School
7.50SR 18 approximately2 miles west Theressa SR 125. East on SR 125 across US 301 to Dupont Road through
SR 229 Road
3:27 Rising
8.05SR 18 and SR 221 at Hampton Cracker Six and return to US 301 and proceed to Lawtey :
Route 3 will begin at SR 225 at the county line South of Graham, then 3:43 SR 229 SR 16
proceeding to the McKinney Road and then back to SR 18 and the 8:18: U.S. 301 at county line Elementary School. Unload elementary students and pick up :
Graham Post Office picking up students along SR 18 to the Dedan 823 U.S. 301 and SR 18 Bradford High School students and proceed directly to Bradford 4:00: SR 225 ; SR 16

Road, then non-stop to Brooker Elementary School. Route 3 will 8:30: Hampton Elementary High School. This bus will return to laWley Elementary School.

then proceed North on SR 235 to Ethan Sapp Road to SR 100 then 8:35: Hampton Fire Station The afternoon route will begin at the Lawtey Elementary School at

East to Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. This 8.50 Bradford Middle School 2:15: and reverse the morning route with elementary students. Then

bus will return to Graham. The afternoon route will begin at 8 55 Bradford High School proceed to Bradford High School at 3 05 and reverse the morning

Brooker Elementary depositing children living on the Dedan Road 9:15: Return to HamptonP. route.A. ROUTE No. 16 Bus No. 19

and SR 225, South of Graham and then proceeding empty to Driver: Sylvia Reddish

Bradford Middle School and reversing the morning route.A. M. SCHEDULE: M. SCHEDULE:
Route 16 will begin at the county line on SR 16 and proceed to Starke

M. SCHEDULE: 2:15: Depart Hampton Elementary 7.50 SR 125 at Redding Road Elementary School, Bradford Middle and Bradford High School.
2:25: SR 18 approximately 2 miles west Theressa 8:18: SR 125 at US 301 This bus will then be parked at the bus barn. The afternoon route

7:20: SR 225, South of Graham at the County Line 2:35: SR 18and SR 221 at Hampton 8 23 Cracker Six will begin at Bradford Middle School at 3.00 and Bradford High

7:30: McKinney Road 2:42: U.S. 301 at county line 8.30 Lawtey Elementary School and Starke Elementary School at 3.05 and reverse the

7:35: Graham Post Office 2:45: U.S. 301 and SR 18 8.55 BHS (only) morning route.A. .

8:10: Brooker Elementary School 3.00 Bradford Middle School 9.15 Return to LawteyP.

8:12: Depart Brooker Elementary 3.05 Bradford High School M. SCHEDULE:

8.20 SR 235 Ethan Sapp Road 3 20 SR 18 and SR 221 M. SCHEDULE:

8'25 SR 100 3:30: U.S. 301 at county line 8:10: SR 16 county line north

8-50 Bradford Middle School 3:33: U.S. 301 and SR 18 2:15: Depart Lawtey Elementary 822 SR 16 and SR 229A

8.55 Bradford High SchoolP 3:45: SR 18 approximately 2 miles west Theressa 2:22: Cracker Six 8:32: SR 16 and Crosby Road

2:27: US 301 at SR 125 8.50 Bradford Middle School

M. SCHEDULE: 2:40: SR 125 to Redding Road 8.55 Starke Elementary and Bradford High School
ROUTE No. 8 Bus No. 22 3:05 BHS 9.05 Bus GarageP.
: -
Driver: D. E. BoatwrightRoute
.
325 Lawtey Elementary School
2:15: Brooker Elementary School 3.32 Cracker Six M. SCHEDULE:
-
3.00 Depart Bradford Middle School 8 begins old Lawtey Road and US 301 to SR 225, proceedingWest SR 125 !
3-37 US 301
at
3-05 Depart Bradford High School 4 1.2 miles to graded road. Proceed South on graded road to 3.50 -. SR 125 to Redding Road 3.00Depart Bradford Middle School \
3:30: SR 100 Ethan Sapp Road pick up point. Turn around and return to SR 225. Proceed West on 3.05 Starke Elementary and Bradford High School \I

3.35 SR 235 Ethan Sapp Road SR 225 to SR 16 and turn around at Handy Way Store. Proceed 3:17: SR 16 and Crosby Road

East on SR 225 to SR 225A, then North to SR 125 then East 2 milesto ROUTE No. 12 Bus No. 37 3:29: SR 16 and SR 229A 1 j

first graded road South then South to SR 225 and proceed to Driver James Waters 3.40 SR 16 and county line north 4{
ROUTE No. 4 Bus No. 31 first graded road South. Proceed South to Terry Road then East on : 1
Driver: Barbara Cdslen Terry Road to SR 200A. Then North to Lawtey Elementary School. 1I I
Route 12 will begin on SR 200-A and turn west on Dick Ferguson
Unload all K 5 students. Proceed with students grades 6 8 to
ROUTE No. 17 Bus No. 49
Road first dirt road south circle around Woodlawn
proceed to by
Route 4 will begin at the junction of SR 18 and SR 231 near Brooker Bradford Middle School. This bus will return to Lawtey Elementary Church, continuing northeast to first dirt road to left proceed on Driver: Marie Morgan
School. Afternoon route will begin at the Lawtey Elementary
and travel East along SR 18 to the junction of SR 18 and SR 231 graded road to SR 225 turn east and proceed to Lawtey
Graham and then School at 2:15: and reverse the morning route with elementary 17 will the of SR 233 and US 301. Proceed
near travel West on the Dedan Road to Brooker Elementary School and unload all students. Pick up students for the Route begin at junction
School. In the afternoon 4 students, then proceed to Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and West to SR 16 then North to Bill Reddish's Store
Elementary route will begin at Brooker Bradford Middle School and proceed on US 301 to Starke and the onSR233 ,
Elementary at 2:15: p m., proceed on SR 18 West to the county line reverse the morning route.A. Bradford Middle School. This bus will return to Lawtey Elementary Proceed East on dirt road to Crawford settlement and return to SR

at Worthington and SR 237 to county line then to Brooker and School. The afternoon route will begin at the Lawtey Elementary 16. Proceed South, picking up all students on SR 16, making a loop

North on SR 235 and 231. This route will contain elementary M. SCHEDULE: School at 2:15: and reverse the morning route with elementary at Green Acres and then to Starke Elementary School, Bradford

students onlyA students. Then proceed to Bradford Middle School at 3.00 and High School and Bradford Mddle School. This bus will then be
7:42: Old Lawtey Road and US 301 reverse the morning route. parked at the bus barn. The afternoon route will begin at Bradford

M SCHEDULE: 7:55: US 301 and SR 225 Middle School at 3.00 and at Bradford High and Starke Elementary
8 02 Patrick Road and SR 225
A. M. SCHEDULE: at 3:05: and reverse the morning route.A. .
7.55 Junction SR 18 SR 231 near Brooker 8.12 SR 225 and SR 225A

810 Junction SR 18 SR 231 near Brooker (after making loop on 8.15 SR 225A and SR 125 7.55 SR 200-A Dick Ferguson Road M. SCHEDULE:
Dedan Road) 8:19: Graded Gaskins Road and SR 125 8-10 Woodlawn Church

8 15 Brooker Elementary School 8 25 SR 225 8:15: SR 225 8:10: SR 233 and US XI 1

8 27 Terry Road 8.25 Lawtey Elementary 8:20 SR 233 and SR 16 I'

P M SCHEDULE: : 8 30 Lawtey Elementary 8.50 BMS (only) 8:28: Crawford Settlement .
8 50 Bradford Middle School (only) 8:35 Reddish Store
9:10: Return to LawteyP. :
2-15 Depart Brooker Elementary 9.10 Return to LawteyP. 8:45: Green Acres

2 25 Highway 18 at County Line M. SCHEDULE: 8.50 Bradford Middle School
2.30 Highway 18 and 237 M. SCHEDULE: 8 55 Starke Elementary and Bradford Middle School

2:35: Brooker 2:15: Depart Lawtey Elementary 9-05 Bus GarageP.
2 41 Gas Plant and Kelly Road 2:15: Depart Lawtey Elementary 2.25 SR 225 Hilliard Road

3 00 R. R. Anders Road at New River 2:18: Terry Road 2:35: Woodlawn Church M. SCHEDULE:

3.15 SR 235, 2 miles North of Brooker 2:20: SR 225 2:45: SR 200-A Dick Ferguson Road
2.26 Gaskins Road and SR 225 .
3.00 BMS 3:00: Depart Bradford Middle School
2:31: SR 225A and SR 125 3.20 Lawtey Elementary 3:05: Starke Elementary and Bradford High School
2'34 SR 225A and Sr 225
ROUTE No 5 3us No. 27 3:30: SR 225 Hilliard Road' 3:15: Green. Acres
Driver Alberta Dell 2'40 Patrick Road 3:40: Woodlawn Church 3:25 Reddish Store ;
3 00 Bradford Middle School (via SR 16)) Crawford Settlement
3.50 SR 200-A Dick Ferguson Road 3:32:
Route 5 will begin in Hampton and proceed South on SR 325 to the 3 20 Lawtey Elementary 3:40: SR 16 and SR 233 ,

county line. Return to Hampton and proceed North on SR 221 3.23 Terry Road 3:50: SR 233 and US 301 I
25 SR 225
3
turning East on the Johns Road for approximately 1 1-2 miles ROUTE-NO. BUS No 30 ,
225
3.31 Gaskins Road and SR
turning South on graded road to SR 18, picking up on graded road Driver:Walter Perkins I
3.36 SR 225A and SR 125
South of SR 18, then back on SR 18 (same as last year), then to ROUTE No. 18 Bu No. 8
3.39 SR 225A and SR 225
-
Hampton Elementary School. Unload all students. Pick Driver Dorothy Brown
up students 3:46: Patrick Road Route 13 will begin at US 301 and SR 200-B and proceed east by :
for the Bradford Middle School and Bradford School
High leaving Anderson Elementary School picking up students grades K 5 I) for
sufficient room for Lincoln City students assigned' to the Bradford Route 18 will begin at the Intersection of SR 16 and SR 229A at
School. Thence 200-B
Lawtey Elementary east on SR 225 to SR ,
Mddle School and Bradford High School. This bus will then Heribron Baptist Church. Proceed West on SR 229A to junction
students for grades 6.12 for Bradford Middle School
ROUTE No. 9 Bus No. 29 picking up
proceed to Bradford Middle School and Bradford High. This bus with SR 233 South and return on SR 233 (Morgan Road)
Driver: R. Marlene demons and Bradford High School. This bus will return to Lawtey
will return to Hampton. The afternoon route will begin at Hampton proceeding South to SR 16. Proceed on SR 16 to Starke
School. The afternoon rout will begin at the Lawtey
Elementary
Elementary at 2:15: and reverse the morning route with elementary Elementary, Bradford Mddle School and Bradford High School.
301 North of city limits School at 2:15: and reverse the morning route with
Route 9 will begin US Lawtey picking up on Elementary
be it the bus bam. The afternoon
students, then proceed to Bradford Middle School at 3.00 This bus will then parked route
East side of US 301 to Tanners' Garage. Then proceed to Claude elementary students. Then proceed to Bradford Middle School at
Middle School at 3:00 and Bradford
Bradford :
Bradford High at 3.05, reversing morning route.A. will begin at High I
Rowe Road and Gnffis Road to US 301, South on US 301 to 3.00 and Bradford High School at 3.05 and reverse the morning School and Starke Elementary School at 3:05: and reverse the
Richard Starling Road and return to US 301. North to Highland, route.A. .
M. SCHEDULE: morning route.
then South on 301 to Lawtey Elementary School, unloading all r j

7:66: SR 325 County Una South elementary students and pick up Bradford High School students. (See 1
and Bradford School. M. SCHEDULE: Page 17))
8:20: SR 221 and Johns Road Proceed on US 3U1 South to btarka High I



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School Bus Routes Route 23 will begin on Old Lawtey Hoaa at btarke Uty umits and pick 2:40: Southsida Elementary \ \ r
up students for Southside Elementary School thence to Bradford 3:00: Depart Bradford Middle School A baby alligator enters the /
. (From Page 16j. ) High School and Santa Fe Community College. This bus should be 3:05: Bradford High School world only eight inches ,
driven by a Junior College Student. Morning pickups will be madeon 3:39: SR 100 and SR 21A long, but it will grow about r -
A. M. SCHEDULE: route and transport secondary students from Southside 343: SR 21A and SR 21B a foot a year until it r,
Elementary to Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. 3:55: SR 21 at Griffin Fish Camp reaches the average adult
8:16 SR 16 and SR 229A length of 6 to 8 feet.Z-_ --
-
8:20: SR 229A and SR 233 A. M. SCHEDULE: -
8:32 SR 233 and SR 16
8:50: Bradford Middle School I 8:15: Old Lawtey Road at City Limits ROUTE No.28 Bus No.2

8:55 Starke Elementary and Bradford High School r 8:25: Old Lawtey Road and SR 16 Driver: Betty Ann Griffis oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooOoeooooooOpen
9:05: Bus GarageP. 8:35: Southside Elementary
8:50: Bradford Middle School ; Route 28 will begin on SR 100 (old) around Bedford Lake returning to House
M. SCHEDULE: 8.55: Bradford High School f'J' Sr 100 to graded Theressa Road come out on SR 18 proceed East
SR 18 the road. Route 28 will turn around here
on to next: graded
Vo
9:00: Depart Tech for Santa Fe
and proceed to SR 100 to the Batten Road and SR 100 to and
3:00
: Depart Bradford Middle School 10:00: Arrive Santa Fe Community CollegeP.
Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. The
Southside
3:05: Starke Elementary and Bradford High School
3:28: SR 16 and SR 233 M. SCHEDULE: bus will then be parked at the bus garage. The afternoon route will
3:40: SR 233 and SR 229A* begin at Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and Bradford High Schoolat Fish Supper

3:44: SR 229A and SR 16 4:00: Depart Santa Fe Community College 3:05: and reverse the morning route.A. .

3:50 SR 16 and SR 225 5:00: -,Arrive Bradford High School Sponsored By
M. SCHEDULE:


ROUTE No.24 Bus No. 51 7:50: SR 100 (old) Lawtey VolunteerFire
ROUTE No. 19 Bus No.71 Driver: Patsy Griffis 8:00: Bedford Lake Road SR 100
Driver: Leoma Whitehead 8:05 SR 100 Theressa Road .

Route 24 will begin on SR 16 at the city limits proceeding East on SR 8:12-SR18-SR100: Department
Route 19 will begin on SR 235 and SR 100 at Moody's Store 16 to the County Line. Proceed West on SR 16 to Bowers Road 8:20: SR 100 Batten Road
proceeding Northeast to SR 229 then Northwest on SR 229 to the (road running by golf course) to SR 230. Proceed East on SR 230 to 8:40 Southside Elementary Saturday Aug. 25
line. Turn around and SR 225. Proceed SR 225 the West 8:50 Bradford Middle School
county return to on County Line then on SR 230 to the Glisson Road then to ,
to the second graded road past Bayless Highway Church turning the Wilson Road then to SR 230A then back to S 230 to Bowers B:55: Bradford High School
West 1-2 mile then North to SR 225 then South two miles to last Road to Bessent Road. Proceeding then to Southside School.A. 9:05: Bus GarageP.
graded road on left circling North to return to SR 225. Proceed Lawtey StrawberryVharf
South to SR 100 picking up at Pine Level Church and then East on M. SCHEDULE: M. SCHEDULE:
SR 100 to Starke Elementary School Bradford Middle School and Serving Starts 4:30 P.M.
Bradford High School.This bus will then be parked at the bus barn. 7:35: Sfl 16 at the City Umits 2:40: Southside Elementary
The afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle School at 3:00: 7:40: SR 16 at the County Une 3:00: Depart Bradford Middle School Fried and Smoked Mullet
and Bradford High School and Starke Elementary School at 3:05: 7:50: Bowers Road at SR 16 3:05: Bradford High School
and reverse the morning route.A. 8:00: Bowers Road at SR 230 3:25: SR 100 Batten Road Adults $150 Children '1
8:05: SR 230 at the County Une 3:33: SR100-SR 18
M. SCHEDULE: 8:12.: SR 230 at Glisson Road 3:40: SR 100 Theressa Road Public InvitedOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
8:15: Wilson Road and SR 230 3:45: SR 100 Bedford Lake Road
7:55: SR 235 and SR 100 8:20 Bowers Road 3:55: SR 100 (old)
8:07: SR 235 and SR 229 8:25 Bessent Road
8:11 SR 229 and County Une 8:35 Southside Elementary
8:17 SR 229 and SR 225 8:50:: Bradford Middle School ROUTE No.29 Bus No. 13
8:24: Bayless Highway Church 8:55 Bradford High School Driver:Willie Williams
8:40: SR 225 and SR 100 9:05: Bus GarageP.
8:50: Bradford Middle School Route 29 will begin on dirt road by the Veterinary Hospital and
8:56 Starke Elementary and Bradford High School M. SCHEDULE: proceed on 100 to Forsythe Road to SR 100 thence north to GAINESVILLEBusiness
9:05: Bus Garage Southside. Route II, South on SR 100 to SR 100A (south) and
2:40: Depart Southside Elementary return to Southside (this afternoon route will begin at Southside at
P. M. SCHEDULE: 3:00: Bradford Middle School 2:40: p.m.). Proceed to Bradford Middle School and Bradford High
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3:05: Bradford High School School. This bus will then be parked at the bus garage. The afternoon
3:00: Depart Bradford Middle School "3:15 Bessent Road route will begin at Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and
3:05: Starke Elementary and Bradford High School 3:20: Bowers Road Bradford High School at 3:05: and reverse the morning route.A. .
3:20: SR 100 and SR 225 3:25: Wilson Road SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
_
3:36: Bayless Highway Church 3:30: SR 230 at Glisson Road M. SCHEDULE:
3:43: SR 225 and SR 229 3:35: SR 230 at County Une BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson Faru, Inc.
3:49: County Une and SR 229 3:40: Bowers Road at SR 230 7:50: Graded road by Veterinary Hospital OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS -
3:53: SR 229 and SR 235 3:45: Bowers Road at SR 16 7:55: SR 100 and Forsyth Road _
4:05: SR 235 and SR 100 3:50: SR 16 at County Une 8:10: Forsyth Road and SR 100 SALES & SERVICE Insecticide. P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS
4:00: SR 16 at the City Limits 8.20 Southside Elementary Fin selection of Used Cars W. Rent
8:30: SR 100 and SR 100A (south) Tok.n On Cadillac Trades Fertiliser Spreader
8:40: Southside Elementary 2001 N.W. nth Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476

ROUTE No.20 Bus No. 41 ROUTE No. 25 Bus No. 91 8:50 Bradford Middle School BEAUTY ACADEMY
Driver: Albert Tyson Driver: Nancy Coleman 8:55: Bradford High School- GLASS
9:05: Bus GarageP.
Route 20 will begin on graded road at Pleasant Grove Church. Circle Route 25 will begin on graded road at Marklee Starlings'. Return to POWELL'S LIDDELL
dirt road west of SR 229 at Pleasant Grove and pick up at Crosby Luke Road South 11-2 miles turn East on Laura Church Road 11-2. M. SCHEDULE: Beauty Academy
Road east toward SR 16. Turn around on Crosby Road and Returnto miles. South' 1-2 mile. East 1 mile on the old Kingsley Lake Road. Glass Company
SR 229 (Brownlee Road). Then south fo Starke Elementary Turn around at County Line and travel West 2 miles on the Steam 2:40: Depart Southside L.arn a Profession In Your
School Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. Road. Then Northwest 1-2 mile on the Ellington Road and return to 2:50: SR 100 and SR 100A (south) Spar Tim.. Full or Part "Clou For Every Purpose"
Proceed south on US 301 to Uncoln City and pick up all students SR 16. Proceed on SR 16 to Southside Elementary School. Unloadall 3:00: Bradford Middle School Tim. Store Fronts Mirror
K 5 students and proceed to Bradford Middle School and Bradford School .
High
enrolled in grades K 5 and proceed to Southside Elementary 3:05: 219 N.W. 10 th- 378-2766 *
School. This bus will then be parked at the bus barn. The afternoon Bradford High School. This bus will then be pakred at the bus barn. 3:15: Southside Tub Enclosures Showers
.
route will begin at Southside Elementary School at 2:40: ; Bradford The afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle School at 3:00: 3:25: SR 100 and Forsyth Road Furnitures Tops Class
Middle School and Bradford High School and Starke Elementary at and Bradford High School at 3:05: and reverse the morning route.A. 3:40: Forsyth Road and SR 100 Replaced
3:05: and reverse the morning schedule. 3:45: Graded road at Veterinary Hospital
M SCHEDULE: ELECTRICMotor NEW LOCATION

A. M. SCHEDULE: Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville
7:50: Marklee Starling's i
372-8191) 372.1102
8:00: SR 229 at Pleasant Grove Church 8:05: Starling Road and Luke Road Of Gainesville. Inc.
8.05 Crosby Road 8:12: Luke Road and Laura Church Repairing Rewinding I PICTURE FRAMES
8:15: Bradford Middle School 8:20: Old Kingsley Lake at County Line ROUTE No. 30 Bus No. 42 New And Used _
8.20 Starke Elementary and Bradford High School 8:30- Old Kingsley Lake Road and SR 16 Driver: Marjorie Wade _2816_N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 (,Hli... -
8:25: US 301 at Uncoln City 8:40 Southside Elementary Cl item Framing j
8:40: Southside Elementary 8:50 Bradford Middle School '<, Route 30 will begin at south end of 100-A and proceed north on 100Ato MOVERS With,
8:50 Bus GarageP. 8:55: Bradford High School '.;.\'.k Southside and return to north end of 100-A and proceed on dirt Distance A l
Bus Lang
9:05
: Garage MovingStoreg.Packing
road and circle by Bethel Baptist Church to Wilson Road and Personal .
M. SCHEDULE: :' Southside Elementary Bradford Middle School and Bradford High Touth iii
P. M. SCHEDULE < *
:
School. This bus will then be parked at the bus garage. The afternoon Crating Shipping
2:40: Depart Southside Elementary route will begin at Southside at 2:40.: Reverse the morning Fr. Estimates Call 'Oral) Mats Prints Originals
2:50: US 301 and Lincoln City 2:40: Depart Southside route, proceed to Bradford Middle School at 3.00 and Bradford ildllfo Drawings Etchings
3:00: Bradford Middle School 3.00 Bradford Middle School High School at 3.05 and reverse the morning route.A. : 372-4364 373-4610
3:05: Starke Elementary and Bradford High School 3:05: Bradford High School
3:15: SR 229 and Crosby Road 3.25- SR 16 and Old Kingsley Lake Road M. SCHEDULE: DO N.E. 16th. 3711 W. Un I.,.
Road 3:35. Old Kingsley Lake Road and County Une
3.25 Crosby
3:43 Laura Church Road MUSIC
: 8:00: 100-A (South) SR 100 Van Service Inc. _
3:50:: Lake Road and Starling Road ,
B:13.: 100-A (North) SR 100
4:00: Marklee Starling's 820: Southside Elementary 3540 N.E. WoUo Rd. C'vill. BALDWINPIANOS

ROUTE No. 21 Bus No. 9 8:30: Bethel Church Road Wilson Road 372. 271
Driver: Sewell Proctor ORGANS
Bus No. 59 8:40: Southside Elementary *
ROUTE No.26 8.50 BMS AUTO SALES SERVICE
Route 21 will begin on SR 21A and proceed to SR 100 thence on SR Driver: Etta Faye Thornton 8:55: BHS BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS
100 north to Southside Elementary School and unload all students 9:05: Bus GarageP.
for grades K 5. Proceed to Bradford Middle School and Bradford GMS., INC.
High School. Route II, Reno for Starke Elementary Students. This Route 26 will begin in Starke and pick up students on US 301 south to M. SCHEDULE: et.ocvr 4,1r ..
bus will then be parked at the bus barn. The afternoon route will SR 227, thence west on SR 227 to SR 225 to Sampson City. Return
begin at Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and Bradford High Schoolat same route to US 301 and proceed north to SR 100A (Edwards 2:40: Depart Southside Elementary MUSIC Co.
3:05: reversing the morning route. Loop) and west to SR 100. Proceed east on SR 100 to Southside 2:50: Bethel Church Road Wilson Road
Elementary School and unload all K 5 students. Proceed to 3.00 BMS C'vill, Shopping Cen.
A. M. SCHEDULE: Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. This bus will 3:05: BHS Factory AuthorttedPaitiqc 372-5351
the bus barn. The afternoon route will begin at rim
then be parked at 315: Southside Elementary SalesParttSrvic.; .
7:50: SR 221A in Speedville Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and Bradford High School at 3:05: 3:25: SR 100 SR 100-A (North) 210 N. Main Gainesville, Flo.
7:55: SR 221A and SR 100 and reverse the morning route.A. 3.35 SR 100-A (South) SR 100 372-2583

8:10 Southside Klriy's' Mall 11. Ntmt
8:20: Bradford Middle School M. SCHEDULE: CAMPER SALES & SERVICE
8:25: Bradford High School ROUTE No. 31 Bus No. 25 I., 'r I Soffit, IK.
8:30 SR 16 and Old Lawtey Road 7:30: US 301 at Prevatt Creek Driver: Beverly Mathews I
Dealers
8:40: Starke Elementary 7:40: SR 225 at Sampson City F"n .\"il1e ..trued
8.50 Bus GarageP. 7:50: SR 225 and SR 227 Route 31 will begin on Trestle Road at Sampson Lake north to SR 100 For Evans-Int.rth.m

7:55: SR 227 and US 301 to Edwards Loop and Alton Road then to Bradford Middle School. CAMPER MART INC. Siegler, Heating &
M. SCHEDULE: 8:05: US 301 and SR 100A Bradford High School and Southside Elementary. This bus will then ,
8:20: SR 100A and SR 100 be parked at the bus garage. The afternoon route will begin at 3111 .N.. Main Gainesville) I Air Conditing; Equio
2:40: Depart Southside 8:40: Southside Elementary Southside at 2:40: Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and Bradford
16 and Old Lawtey Road Middle School 378-2954 T Bay Service D.pt Accessories Supplies
2:50: SR 8:50: Bradford High School 3:06 and reverse the morning route.A.
3:00: Bradford Middle School 8:55: Bradford High School Complete" Camping" Store Parts and Service

3:05: Bradford High School 9:05: Bus GarageP. M. SCHEDULE: Soles: C.nc.rd, Volunteer,

3:1 15 Southside S""". key, Midas, Advontur
3:30: SR 100 and SR 221A M. SCHEDULE: 8:00: Trestle Road on Sampson Lake Wheels. Norris" Monitor, Fan, 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville
3:35: SR 221A in Speedville 8.10: Graded Road and SR 100 Coach
Explorer Sports 378.8902
2:40: Depart Southside 8:27 SR 100 and Edwards Loop ,
3:00: Bradford Middle School- 8:35 Alton Road
ROUTE No.22 Bus No. 29 3:OS Bradford High School B:4O.: Southside
Driver: Johnny Jackson 3:15.: SR 100 and SR 100A 8:50: BMS
3:30: SR 100A and US 301 856-: BHS

Route 22 will begin on the old Lawtey Road at Starke City limits and 3:40: US 301 and SR 227 9:00: Bus GarageP. COBIA
pick up students for Bradford Middle School and Bradford High 3:45 SR 227 and SR 225 FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON
School. The bus will then be parked at the bus barn. The afternoon 3.55 SR 225 at Sampson City M. SCHEDULE: MOTORS
route will begin at Southside Elementary School at 2:40: and 4:05 US 301 at Prevatt Creek F,. 1

proceed to reverse the morning route thence to Bradford Middle 2:40: Depart Southside IIA
School at 3:00: and Bradford High School at 3:05: and reverse the 300BMS
52 3:05: BHS
morning route.A. Bus No.
ROUTE No. 27 3:15 Alton Road 1030 E. University Avenue
M. SCHEDULE: Driver: Marjorie Packham 3:23: Edwards Loop SR 100 Gainesville. Florida
3:40: SR 100 Graded Road

8:15.: Old Lawtey Road and Starke City Limits 3:50: Trestle Road on Sampson Lake Phone 378.1591 LYNN HAMILTON I

8:28: Old Lawtey Road and SR 16 Route 27 will begin on SR 21 at Griffin Fish Camp. Proceed around
8:36: Bradford Middle School Lake Santa Fe to a point between the lakes and back to SR 100. '," ). Bus 55 HP Johnson 14'i' Fabuglas Trailer $i495
8:40: Old Lawtey Road and SR 16 RJE Proceed North on SR 100 to Southside Elementary School!, KINGSLEY LAKE ROUTE No.
8:55 Bradford High School Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. The bus will Driver: Crawford 120111' Mercury Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer $1795
9 05 Bus GarageP. be at the bus bam. The afternoon route will begin at
: then parked 160 HP Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem
Bradford Middle School at 3:00: and Bradford High School at 3.05 This bus is operated by the day County District.A. Mercury

M. SCHEDULE: and reverse the morning route.A. Axle Trailer $(3495
M. SCHEDULE:

2:40: Depart Southside M. SCHEDULE: .
2:50: SR 16 and Old Lawtey Road Kingsley Lake
3:00: Market Road and US 301 8:00: SR 21 at Griffin Fish Camp 8.40 -. Southside Elementary .'ollnrchont 4G00doe'9Qo1s %
310: Bradford Mdda School 8:12 SR 21B and SR 21A 8:50: BMS ":"'fJ'j ft 'n\
Auto Sol.s "
315: Bradford High School- 8.18. SR 21A and SR 100 8 56 BHS ...
3:25: Old Lawtey Road and SR 16 8:40: Southsida Elementary V .'j' 'ts'o' 1636 S. E. 3rd Ave. .oo
P. M. SCHEDULE: .
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MkJdle School "
8:50 Bradford Gainesville, Fla. .
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856: Bradford High School : :-v\
Bu No. 34 ,- 3:00: Depart BMS :
ROUTE No.23 9-05: Bus Garage ;'ear
Drtvor: William Schultz 3:06 BHS ,: 3782459August
SCHEDULE 3:15 Southside Elementary
P. M. :
Santa Fe Community College Bus Kingsley Lake





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