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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 28, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE An Orlando pilot pearance before County Judge and with Florida Departmentof Although the plane was' not the contraband, except a seizures in North Florida was lane onto a truck Roger Dorman Haga, of'
was,, arrested Tuesday morning Elzie Sanders. Sheriff Red- Law Enforcement Investigators outsized for the airport, it sample for evidence, in the made in Keystone shortly supposedly headed for Tennessee, have recentlybeen
following investigationand dish reports that the bond was and Clay County came in"low and heavy," and next couple of days," Reddish after an airplane made an Gainesville. Indicted by a federal
search for two men who posted later that day by a deputies kept the plane under upon instinct operator Barney said, notting that incineration unauthorized landing in Nov. During the Clay County grand jury on federal narcotics -
landed a twin-engine plane West Palm Beach bonding surveillance the rest of the Cam reported the landing to would most likely be the 10, '1974.. Two men were trial Circuit Judge Roger -charges resulting from
laden with 4,300 pounds of agency. Fleming was released night without sight of any the Federal Aviation method arrested for possession of Waybright dismissed the case the incident.
marijuana and nearly 30' Wednesday afternoon, unusual activity, said Authority."It The aircraft worth $150- 1,045 pounds of marijuana and on the grounds that there was According to a U.S. Customs
pounds of hashish Sunday while Investigation and searchfor Bradford Sheriff's Lt G.A. appears, in my opinion, 200,000,' has also been impounded seven and one quarter poundsof no probable cause to stop the agent, another unauthorized
evening at Keystone Airport the second* 'man continues. Moore. that they did not originally Reddish said, and cocaine, valued at $1.4 truck and search it. However landing was made at the
according to Sheriff Dolph Reddish said. The plane's pilot called the plan to land at the Keystone disabled until a decision Is million, they had removed Charles Chitwood, III, and (See Page
Reddish The contraband Columbian Gainesville airport shortly Airport or in Gainesville.. made on its disposition. 3)t

Robert David Fleming, 38, load,valued at $1.13; million is before the landing, reporting According to airport officials Turner describes the plane asa
was picked Up at his Orlando the largest amount ever that due to difficulties it would they were low on fuel andwere converted commercial
home by' a Florida Depart-1 confiscated In Bradford land. at the Keystone Airport. forced to land" Reddish' airliner with an 'executive'

ment of Law Enforcement County:: Reddish said. "This aroused: suspicion as said.Agents interior designed to carry 18-
officer and brought to the Two white males landed the 'to why it would come into seized the con- people'in style.'None of the
Bradford County Jail, wherehe Convair 240, chartered from a Keystone when Gainesville air traband Monday morning, .plush couches or recliners ,
was charged with 'Jackson, Miss., leasing firm terminal had the proper unloading 60 marijuana were removed in order to bear
possession of more than five at 6:35: p.m. 'Sunday and facilities to deal with engine bundles of approximately 70 the cargo.
grams of cannabis and Importation "hitched a ride" shortly trouble," Moore said. pounds apiece and a small '/This is the third occurance
of illegal drugs Into thereafter' with .a private Suspicion was also arousedat burlap .bag containing six at the Keystone Airport in the I
the state of Florida. plane en route to Gainesville.. the plane's landing at large round chunks of hashish. ;past nine months involving the
Bond was set at $30,000 In a Bradford sheriffs deputies Keystone, said airport "We expect to get a court 'importation of illegal drugs.
Wednesday morning ap- entered the plane at 7:40: p.m., manager Mel Turner. order to make disposition, of C One;> of the larges drug

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Tuesday Sept. 2, (is .
opening day, for the 1973-76 ,7
school year, and Bradford and j I
Union county school officials, f '
anticipate a student ., VV.r '
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the new year.1Bradford ... ApartmentsSTARKE
County has a 4,685 : .
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county expects 1,445 students. .... .,,4
Changes in bus scheduling .."__ .
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,and resultant changes in class ..;, In a special
schedule have been the only meeting Monday morning

problems confronting .......... Bradford County Com-
'Bradford county school of- missioners voted School }
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down'the of unanimously, with one
number
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running buses from 33 to 20 -.. abstention to uphold the
.tanduceiuunpiag bus routae'. ';' .. ", 'recommeudatioa'",:, V
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have necessitated staggering County Zoning Board for 'nrpu
school openings and having ,- "'" omprBy ,
buses run double routes. reclassification of a 15-acre

Buses will pick up students in tract just west of Starke
the southern part of the from R-1A to R-3 to

county bring them to school, permit construction of a BoaSTARKE rd I
then run routes in the northern. controversial Staffclose
apartment
part of the county. ,
Commissioner George
Bfooker Elementary
Principal Phil Vellenga said Roberts made the motion to A revamping of to the $1.2 million available .I
he expects about 160 studentson approve the Zoning Board's building priorities to allow by reducing sizes of. two '
I the first day, He said he Principal Charles Francis studies scheduling slots as he 'classes when school" opens" Tuesday decision E.W. Hodges completion of Bradford High of the four projects.
will be working with the same and his staff attempt to juggle over 1,000 students into proper seconded, and Dave Paul and and alleviation of middle After two hours of discus-
number 'of six classroom r Chairman Dave Shuford voted school crowding was the com- sion the board and staff, including -
teachers. The school hours are ,I,');t- with them in the affirmative. promise reached Thursday Principals Lennard
set for 8:30: a.m. to 2:30: p.m. Student LunchesTo Commissioner Ralph Bryan Aug. 21, in a discussion among Register of the middle school
(ISt'i' Page\ 5)) abstained because of his school board and staff mem- and Charles Francis of the
connection with a real estate bers and architect Craig high school had decided to cut
firm handling sale of the Salley. the middle school complex to I
; proposed site to a Gainesville six classrooms make part of
j J"i'uaulnsetcrCANDIDATES Cost 5CMore developer. The Bradford school board,
phase 5 of BHS as an alternate -
of the $700,000 with $1.2 million to work within
Opponents to use funds set aside for
\ project, who had fought a state bond monies and furniture in construction, and
delaying action for several accrued interest was forcedto
to hope bids come in 15 per-
weeks, filled the small postpone other needed projects
cent under the architect's pro-
For Term in favor of a sixclassroom -
Coming commission meeting room, : jections. I'
lIi'l\, while their attorney, Myron middle school complex
Hope for the 15 percent
Prevatt Jr. pleaded for more (originally planned for ten
\ ,.,. ; STARKE Lunch prices will from home or a school cafe- study of the project before the classrooms), completion of underbid comes from the fact
\ ". .; .i. be five cents higher when teria lunch, says Mrs. Betty Commission made a final phases four and five of the that hungry general contrac-
) I high school complex, and an tors bid the four kindergarten
.... school opens next Tuesday for Morgan, manager of the decision. He asked that the in about 27
/> .. Bradford students in an effort Southside Elementary cafe- board send the matter back to additional four kindergarten classrooms per-
I '.,..",..,;.o; ... by the school board to break teria. "Let's take care of our the Zoning Board with a classrooms. cent under construction the architect's figure.pro- !
Phase four will include jected
f :I even in 1975-76 after a $12,000 children; some day they will directive to set up a join city- under
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facilities for industrial arts, Figuring percent
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deficit last term. take care of us. county committee to see if it
archi-
driver educa- his original projections
agriculture, art
School board members conforms with the
The nickel increase will recently his
tion and one general class- tect Salley finally got projections
raise about $14,000, according I reluctantly raised school completed land use study room. Phase five plans class- with the buildings
RALLYAt ';': '; ,---It to Business Manager Eddie lunch prices last Thursday made of Bradford County.
rooms for home economics, (cSt.. Page :3)
Hampton '... Douglas. night, Aug. 21, but did so with Zoning Director L.M. diversified train-
City Hall Elementary students will the idea that they can take Gaines said he had attemptedto and cooperative with
ing business an
WednesdaySept. pay 50 cents, middle school another look in January and have such citizen par- alternate for special edu-
:1 and high school students will lower prices if, at that time, it ticipation while the land use cation and plan two general class- Man SoughtIn
8p.m.' ... pay 60 cents, and adults 85 appears the food service pro- study was in progress but had rooms for humanities and for-
.." cents. Each category is up gram can stand a price reduc- little, if any, cooperation. eign language.
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even.
five cents. Extra milk will be Although the Commission'saction Project totals came to $1.6 Shooting
School Opens 10 cents per half pint, a "If there is time to evaluatethe means one less obstaclefor million, including $181,753 for
Next Tuesday decrease of five cents from food service program the developers to over- furnishings, $82,175 for professional SurrendersSTARKE
last year. monthly I think there is a good come, among the sticky services, and, fin-
----- It has been two years since possibility the program can questions still unresolved is ally, $1,369,588 in estimated Willie Mack

PARENTS NIGHT ,. school lunch prices' were ''carry its own weight," says whether or not the City should construction costs. The group Williams 54, turned himself in
Friday 7:30:: i raised. (See Page 4)) (See Page :j) cut the total to $1.137 million, after a week of hiding at the ,

For Parents Of ... Forms for free or reduced Bradford County jail Monday I j.
/ J.V.andVarsityFootbalters price lunches will be sent
afternoon on charges of
home with students and
available at individual are Bicentennial Grant To Launch assault murder with according intent to to commit City
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schools. asked
Parents ire to
Police
.Investigator G.A.
BHSFOOTBALL Lois Bennett and Tina Patterson compare IBM data processing fill out the forms and return Tomasovitch.
cards to make sure a BUS student has no conflicts In them to school. Of
SCRIMMAGE his schedule. The high school staff has been burning the mid Families who qualify for Restoration Old CourthouseA An intensive search for 111
Friday I p.m. night oil this week after new bus schedules threw the BHS free or reduced lunches for Williams began Aug. 18 when

: Game Conditions schedule out of kilter, their> children are urged to $7,500 matching fund bricks in towers, replacingand pleasure at the $7,500 award, he allegedly shot his former a j
apply. In fact, the food service wife, Maurice White in the I
----- grant from the Bicentennial repairing missing and stating that the. local commute -
program receives more Commission of Florida will damaged windows, millwork fared well in comparison shoulder, Tomasovitch said. II
First Football UGH Contract ApprovedLAKE money for a reduced price make possible the launchingof at exterior eaves and ceilings, with others around the She was not seriously injured .
Game Scheduled lunch than any other category a $20,000 project for repairs to asbestos' roof state. and is now home in good. I''
September 12 since the system is reimbursed restoring and stabilizing the shingles and copper flashings "Apparently the Commission condition.,
BUTLER Approvalof expected-'near the end of the 44 cents by the federal exterior of the old Bradford replacing gutters and recognized preservation Upon contacting the man's it
----- the management contract week government and the student County Courthouse.The downspouts repairing metal of the old courthouse as friends the following day, "";l
between Union, General The first revision as statedin pays 20 cents a total of 64 cornices, and painting all a worthwhile protect of Williams' abandoned truck s
Community State Hospital Board of Directorsand the letter pertains to the cents. A free lunch served nets Bradford County exterior wood and metal. importance to this community was located off US-301 on a
BankSponsoring Inter-Medic has finally Civil Rights Act of 1964, which the food service system 54 Bicentennial Steering Com- as well as the state dirt road south of Starke. '
1 The .been received from the states that'hospitals under cents in reimbursed funds, in mitte was notified of the grant Two items in. the original. and nation," Judge Sanders Tomasovitch said an informant '
Joel Cress Fund'' Atlanta Region IV office of Title VI must hire personnel"without comparison.' following a recent meeting of project were omitted becausethe said., reported Friday night.
A Private Account. HEW, administrator Eugene v regard to race creed, A family earning as high as the State Commission. in full amount applied for Early' this year the old that Williams was staying ,',
Send- Donations. Hardval announced today. religion\ or nationality.,-The $8,770 with four children can Daytona The remainder Beach..of the$20,000 from .the state commissionwas courthouse was accepted for with friends in Jacksonville '
to' 'second insert gives the boarda received due to insdficient the National but the search
qualify for reduced price not listing on following was
P. O. BOX 4 0Starke. The letter received right to hire and fire ad- budgeted for this project is '
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lunches. 'A family with just, made 'funds. The commission Register of Historic Sites, a to no avail.
Fl.c..ra..yoa |. Tuesday, stated that the ministrators as it sees fit. two children can earn as muchas propriated up this by ,$10.000 by ap-the had something over publication ,, of the U.S.Department Monday at 5 p.m., Tomasovitch -,
contract was approved, with "These> were not.: In- ",930 and qualify for year and $800,000 in Bicentennial fundsto of the InterIor received a" call from ,
the exception that they would .tentlonally left out of..the'original' reduced price lunches.. County$2,500from' V Commission the Bradford awards but .applications' listing historic sites and Williams, who asked that they
be required' to insert two contract but. were' from all over' the state buildings considered worth of .meet at the jaiL;where be was.
J A family with four children County; Historical Board of
Stye OlommuntludiatcSanh minor revisions to the .contract merely oversights, and will be amounted to more' than preserving. tor .posterity.It arrested and formally) ,
much ..
said. ,written Into the final version can earn as as $5,010 or Trus. The trustees :obtained f
t l + Hardval 'of the contract before signing 'a family with two children as their funds by renting a $5,000,000. Is projected .that work on *charged.' '; ,f. ,. :' ,

*cc.uniPttJtrM ..a.w I........U.. The revisions will In no way Hardval said. V much as $3,390 to qualify for portion of the building,and.. tbeOld eouDty'Judie EWe San.dare the old 'courthouse should '"I guess learned from
, T.I ."_M 'preclude approval of' the 'He further stated that feltthat .free lunches. ion chairman of the begin by November 1 and be .friends that would. pursue i
I D.pe M nawaap i .cup. contract, and a signing to put it ,was only.Just that the;' "Every child needs a lunch The project will Include Bradford.BicentennialCommittee, completed by March 1 of. next him' until ne was' caught". '. '
the contract into effect is (See Pale 5) 4'" each day whether'It I Is a lunch and replacing expressed year. Tomasovitch saidr' .- */

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. annex the proposed apartment which Reddish said would be reduced in size, down to school this coming term or the school board to take a hard ing that's' the premise he'd together. Programs in phase 4 Reset
l! complex and, if so, how. necessary for his department $1,137,000. fact that makeshift situations look at the building program. been working under since he's would have to be revamped if Meetings
; City Attorney George to meet expenses during the "He's gonna get what we've will have to be made at the Jockel been on the Doard. only that building would go up, ,Several area meetings have
Pierce is of the opinion that last quarter of the fiscal year got, Isn't he?" Board Member high school for agricultureand agreed the middle Francis. said. been rescheduled because of
I the City can annex the area, if The Sheriff's budget totaled Arthur Gaskins stated as the home economics pro school has a space problem. ""The problem is I don't Labor
Day Monday.
, it desires, with or without a $174,670 for the current year,' meeting drew to a close. grams. It will be at least a. Gaskins said he'd known all think you can count on 25 r.r-; Jockel said he realized only The Bradford County Commission
i referendum but The board the bid before the along there wouldn't be We Aug. 14 that the money would
Mayor- after the Commission cut back accepted year projects are cent, Salley replied. has postponed its reg-
" Commissioner Charles $2,500 in the contingency fund. of Music and Worth Construction completed. Construction is enough money to finish phase might count on 15 percent." not stretch to phase 5.
ular meet.
I Schaefer has said that, "As Reddish said the additional Co. of Live Oak to build expected soon on the kinder- 5 look of BHS. Jockel wanted to Principal Charles Francis "And we knew it all along," ing until Monday Tuesday morning, Srpt. 2, at
long as I'm sitting here, any funds were needed because the four kindergarten roomsat garten classrooms. Salley is middle at alternatives on the pushed for completion of the said Gaskins. 9:30: a.m.The .
annexation question will come inflation had drained off more $132,760. The $124,911 low shooting for an October com school and place the high school, saying the high "Suddenly we're a bunch of Union General Hospital
before of Fulford Construction Phase 4 of priority on finishing the final been last Idiots in the paper for tearing
the people in a than the 10 per cent increasehe bid pletion date on two of school has on the reset its meeting it had scheduledforSept.la17:30p.m. -
.referendum vote." built Into the 1974-75 Co. was rejected on recom- BHS. phases BHS. building priority since the down buildings, Chairman i : lo(
There have been some budget. The increased cost of mendation of Architect Craig The board and staff con On that basis the compro- inception of the local school Rodney Hall added. 2 at 7:30:
predictions that if a gasoline and food for jail Salley. ceded there had been some mise was built. building program back in But then the discussion Sept.The''' Lawtey p.m.council post-
referendum 'is held with all inmates were two of the major Salley also was given the go gap in communication: the Gaskins looking at the 25 1967. The middle school addi- turned to a Phase 5 minus the poned its meeting for a week.It .
qualified electors of the city items causing the fund ahead with plans for Phase 4 staff believing until last week, percent underbid on the class tion was first 4,000 square four classrooms to house the will meet Monday Aug. 8 at
participating, annexation shortage, Reddish said. of BHS as originally planned. that all four projects would be rooms asked Salley how the feet then 8,000, then 10,000 business education depart- 7:30:
would be defeated. This The board also agreed to There was never a question in !built, the board always con- board might come out on the and a sixth grade center, ment. At that point the board p.m.
opinion was based on the cooperate with the City anyone's mind that Phase 4 ceding that the $1.2 million rest of the program. If the bids Francis pointed out. and staff began to talk about
r militant opposition of some Recreation Department in would be built. Salley has the might not stretch far enoughto are down 25 percent, "we'd be Gaskins and Board MemberJ.T. building phase 4 as planned Bar-B-QueSlated
residents of the affected area, clearing land for a new ball Phase 4 plans nearly com- build Phase 5 of BHS.1t was down to our' money right Parrish wanted to give reducing the size of phase 5, The Union County Volunteer I
and the usual indifference of field on Edwards Road, and plete, he said. the school board's plan to'' then." Salley authorization to pro cutting the number of new Fire Department has scheduled
,voters of project "that is The architect was also given build the new classrooms at ceed with Phase 4 of BHS.
any turned over to county attorney "The big point Is, we need to classrooms at the middle a chicken barbeque for
on the other side of town." Gene Shaw the notice of a suit authority to redraw the the middle school to alleviatethe really look at wh't going to Parrish indicated he thinks school to six, and spending Sept. 6 from 4-7 p.m. at' the
Opponents of the project filed against the board by middle school classroom com- crowded conditions where happen if we don't finish the the building program is not money Salley had put aside Providence Community Hall.
oppose the City providing James Watson of Graham in a plex, reducing it from 10 to six over 1,000 students attend a > high school," the superintendent proceeding fast enough since for furnishings.On Music will be provided by
utilities for the complex, road right-of-way matter.. self-containerooms. Salley school with a capacity of 750., stated, meaning it may the first of the year when the Dixie Ramblers, one-time
which is located one-quarter Upon recommendation of received permission to chargethe A gym and special education*, Fbe before the county Salley took over. two successive motionsby Blue Grass champs. There
.' mile west of the city limits on Commissioner Ralph Bryan, school board hourly wageson wing have been added since again years gets a million dollars But Jockel and Francis Member Art Holliday the will also be some skydiving a
SR-100, although the the' board appointed Col. the redrawing of a projecthe the building was first constructed from the state for buildings. argued that priorities of the board approved the compro- fire-fighting demonstration
developers ,. DS&N Harry M. Hatcher, Jr. to the had already completed high school program would mise building plan, okayed and a steer raffle.
Development Co. of Bradford-Union Guidance through design status. Since the dollar figure'' "let's don't abandon the'mirldle have to be rethought if only design drawongs on phase: of Price of the least os $I..5u for
Gainesville, have agreed to Clinic board, and as Bradford Decisions crowed became higher than originally school. There's a phase 4 were built. In planning BHS schematics on phase 5, children and $2.50 lor adults.
pay all costs of the extension County's representative on won't change the thought by the staff Sum( tirohlem' there," said Board phases 4 and 5 compatible and the six classrooms at the Proceeds go to the lire depart
i. of sewer, lights, and water (the District 5 Mental Health conditions at.the middle Richard Jockel asked J.V: p'-mber Arthur Gaskins add- programs were placed middle school. ment.

lines, as well as an "impact Board... .,.

fee" of $8,600. ', ,, .
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protests annexation on the Pot. ;
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apartment property will not (From Page I 1)) \ :
be enough to offset the costs of : IT'k
providing police and fire Keystone Airport less than w : '
protection, as well as the two months ago. The plane JCH001 BALE'
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i additional load on the school bought fuel and reported a
system. The present sewer destination in South Carolina.
disposal plant is already Upon locating the plane
inadequate for Starke's needs, customs officials foundmarijuana
opponents maintain. debris in the plane -- -'' ._.
In making his request to the but not enough to enjoin .... o o '
Commission for more time, charges. However, the
Prevatt maintained that the aviators have been chargedwith
apartment complex would failure to report their t

discourage the natural, or- cargo to the U.S.. Customs
derly growth of single family 1 Office. Markers '
pesidences in the area. He BIG Pens SALE Office Shop
denied that their to
opposition Cam stated during the
the project had any racial November, 1974, investigationthat Reg. Point Reg. 69 OQ<0
basis, but said his clients were he has heard several NS Mod Point M25 Reg. 25 Ea. 5 FOR 98 M19Pens Black Only BlackBlu.lr..nOranl.'Onl 1
mainly concerned with the unauthorized landings at the Vw

increase of crime in the area airport but these were made Fine Point I F29 Reg. 29" Ea. 5 FOR $119 Reg. 19'
since. .. the more people you either late at night or in the .
lump together, the greater the early morning hours and he Thin. Rite Point I Reg. 69
crime potential." had not gone out to investigate Ex Fine Point AF49 Reg. 49, Ea 5 FOR $19S SALE JO0 39c
Prevatt said that zoning Blue, Green i Red Only
should not be
changes sidered from a strictly con- there is question While Quantity Lasts While They Last While Quantity Last
"If
any
but
that
economic ,
standpoint in-
being
about the airport
shouldbe
the element
personal
volved with all the drug Pilot 05MM Mech
considered. "These peoplethe I wish they'd come School Wallets
( opposition) have not been acitivity, SALE Flair Pens
out and investigate. We have Pencils $158
given enough consideration, never been involved with this, 8 Only Still Reg.-
he said.
Developer Ron Davis denied although I hear there's a lot of 10x15 Elastio Tie I Reg. 59 .
made in such '
I the apartments I would be in' I money'to be New Shipment wr: TT SALE
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, the "low ,j.income'!.\'! brackqi+ | .s..1\I. er said.r Reg. 60 48.* w :. *: ;r.- .'I. .. 041t
stating they would rang t from St. :: 2" Expansion : SAL.41o;;: Pilot. "Rea.121 $199
$105 for a one-bedroom unit to The Keystone two-ton
$140. for three bedrooms. seizure Is just a part of the
."When you add the cost of overall picture, as 61 tons of 05MM Lead Reg. 60' 540 :
ulilites to that, are out of
you
illegal weed have been
confiscated -
the low income bracket," he 'in the last two weeks .*w Black ft Walnut Mighty Sorter I

said.Davis throughout the Southeast and Pental Reg70'; 63
assured the Com- nearby Caribbean points, the Accessories For .
mission that the complex U.S. Customs Service '
reports.In Trimmed With Walnut Panels
proposed by his company STudontsOrOffiee4x6 !I
fact, discovery of a one
would not be like the federally and a half ton load on a 40-foot .B & P Quality
funded apartments on High- yacht led to the arrest of nine 8Vix5x418Reg.
way 16 East, which had been in the Vero Beach
pointed to by opponents as an area persons Sunday night the same Card File ,Box '3* Vinyl Binders

example of what could happenin night of the Keystone incident. .
the SK-100 area. Davis said Drugs seized in the north SALEr Sp1.E ._288'
the proposed complex wouldbe Florida area are usually With 300 Cards Commercial 1 Grade Cap
well maintained and would :
headed to the Gainesville or
have a resident manager.In Atlanta customs Reg. $4' $389
areas a
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other action, the board official and represent only a Reg. !2
approved a budget amend- small percentage of the total Inl- : $1 95
ment requested by Sheriff Starter
contraband being smuggledinto SALE
File Box Only
Dblph Reddish providing the country.. S158
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$7.500 in additional funds :

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I fait/ that my opponent Legal I utMo9ndHeaVy; & 5 6? Box $4
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Business Manager Eddie to," Parrish said. low bid the bus;. supplier last year, got the bid Upon recommendation of P.
Douglas in whose lap the pro- "Well, I can't see the tax- Sunbeam Dairies of Haw- at 9.63 cents per half pine for Transportation SupervisorJesse -
gram has fallen this year. A payers subsidizing It out of ad thorne was low bidder on milk both chocolate and white milk. Moore agreed that bus
part time food service super- valorem taxes," said Arthur but complaints of dirty car- Board members criticized the drivers may drive school .M.
visor was one of the staff Gaskins, who suggested the tons, poor delivery, and sour lack of competition in the milk buses home. Moore said aLJtcn fernin.i :.
members eliminated in for- reverse of Parrish's proposal. milk from two other schools bids.Dandee drivers begin and end their .
mer Supt. Jim Temple's cut- Gaskins suggested letting questioned by Douglas cost was given the bid on routes at home, that time I .BUILDING CONTRACTOR
back of the administrativestaff lunch prices remain 45, 55, Sunbeam the bid. The second all bread products in an all or involved would be less, and State CertifieJ
last school year. and 80 cents until mid-year, low bidder, Superior Dairies, none bid recommended by not allowing the buses tube .
The Bradford School food then see where the food service told Douglas the September Douglas who said it would driven home would mean two 496.2185 '
served some 387,334 program stands In prices would be higher than ensure better service.In trips to work for bus drivers
meals program during the 74-75 school January. those bid in August because ofa other action, the board: when everybody else has to BUILT I COMMERCIAL
"I'm afraid a raise will turn variable price to county -Declined a request of the drive to work only once per
term, including some 280,000 HOMES
paid lunches. The budget more (students!) away," said schools was passed over Department of Community day .. .. CONSTRUCTION'COUNTRY !:
which Parrish, referring to the fact because of the difference in Service to use school buses as .rr
amounts totaled to$343,416 74 cents,per plate. that many students have been price, The third low bidder, against board policy. The There are selfish peoplein "' HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLERCUSTOM.
The program was $40,000 in avoiding the school cafeteria Skinner Dairies, the milk board cited its insurance' every community who still .... --- .
the red in 73-74 and was $12,000in prepared food"Hamburgers coverage as a problem. seem to get along.
the red last term. The 74-75 french fries,
deficit would have been 'and coke; that's what they
$20,000 with the former food want. If that's what it takes to
service coordinator's salary feed these kids so they'll stayon L- .

added The into program the program.purchased them campus, Gaskins, let's stated.give it to Scbool !

$167,000 of food in 197475. It Returning to manager's (0 7laclt sate
also received $47,000 worth of choice with more autonomy in
commodities free from the the local cafeterias will hope-
federal government, which fully increase participation, ,
included in the break staff members said.
not
were
DOLLAR STORES
even per plate cost, accordingto Douglas then said the staff WITH PRICES
In other words will look at labor costs versus
Douglas. ,
nine cents of the 74 cents per meals served as the year pro- WHY PAY MORE'155W
to determine if over-
gresses
which plate cost reduces was the commodities per plate, staffing is present in the cafe- LIKE THESE .
terias. That brought a smile
cost to 65 cents. $13,000 in
from Parrish, who asked:
commodities purchased last
"You going to bring it to us a Call St. Starke Florida MOH. ONLY!
term is still in inventory. THESE SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT. ft
Efficiency during the little earlier this year?
coming term will be im- Parrish referred to the fact
proved, the staff hopes, by a that overstaffing was thoughtto .
last but Ytl D' 1
return to local school be a problem year a
in meals. was not brought to the attention OWLS'
autonomy serving
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.' Cafeteria will of the board until near the '165sa s +
decide what will managers be served and end of the school term. 3 {&, eY SIZES $
what their students like best to At that point, Gaskins
eat.School officials now admit moved to increase lunch
that students in different prices five cents, then review
schools like different menus. status of the food service pro-
Manager's choice is the term gram at midyear. Januarywill \
being usedIn be an ideal time for such a
considering the five cent review, said Douglas.
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increase Board Member Art Holliday
suggested by Doug- ; '
las Chairman Rodney Hall gave the second. The motion Solids or pUri
said the board was talking a 10 passed 3-1 with Parrish opposing Twills, dune lJ
Mrs. Pat Spengler is on 4' r'
percent increase over two I 'bug9ie pt yj
years while food costs have vacation and was not presentfor denllni :
the meeting.In ; I
doubled. Hall said he per- 4
sonally disagrees with, the other action related to the R
concept of subsidizing the food food service program last 3vb 'Zl F .
service program from the Thursday, the school board ei+ tiy9a: : El /
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awarded bids on pest control
operating budget as has been )
being done to make up the services, food, milk and milk :
p-
deficits. products, bread, and gas and' lR l
Board Member Arthur oil products. In several in-. ..wades..,ybwq rL -"s' 1 9
Gaskins wanted to know if the stances there was a question # /
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of quality of cleanliness and 1 -
former food service coordin- t !
ator had been paid out of the the board did not consider the _
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food service budget. Douglassaid
no, that the budget would KWTTOfSM'K '
have been in the red in excessof THE BRADFORD r
$20,000 had that been the COCNTY:-; TELEGRAM y&t(
case. Published. every TKiirMU 51ai 414 '. '
"It's been coming out of a. 13$W.Call Street ; -
operating (funds) then," Stark,Flarlda 3nt1 t
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stated Chairman Hall. .
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Board Member J.T. Parrish Second Class postage paidalstarkeFlarida :
then asked the possibility
the food service programbeing t 1Subrgrlptire. a ; ,
operated more efficiently Rates:
,toavoid an increase in In trade rei: ".10 per SHIRTS
the lunch price. Douglas said year;t3.M six month ?, t5% t 1S a. .a R yS N a} ,', Pr

no."I'd like to see us go with Outs trade area: 17." r r
the same prices, then raise per year;t4.1/six months
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Bayless Baptist

Revival SlatedSeptember
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Rotund Your Money Bayless Highway Baptist
Be II You Art Not : Church HI 2. Starke. will be
1 SI1III1.d Wlt in a Revival Crusade September
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The Services will
27.
Your Putchiiifamily ,' T
A begin at 7.110:: p.m. Tuesday
-- through Saturday and 11 a.m.
Sunday with u "basket lunch"at
12:30: p.m.Evangelist.
will be Rev.
School James Smith of Dover. (Kla.
lie has preached in jails,
missions, streets and large
: centers and small churches. He has
had 14 years of pastoral experience
and every Church he
has seved. has witnessed a
s HELP rapid growth Evangelist: '
Smith received hu educationand

]oQEWE[! 1J! CJ Ji3( R Bible Training Institute at in the imcc-Mllc.;! Kaplist

(Fla and Mobile Baptist
U.S. 301 South SHOPHINGCENTER. Starke Fla. College in Mobile Ala.

> Open Labor Day ..._.....(...... ...(:\, together The Church in muting and Pastor>'()u.join the-
Open Won Wed 9 to 8 Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6 "::>.,,,' NAssorted public, to worship vilh us

_, _1 AI1.-........ 1M i.2--. ,'."*,"...?,.,.::;'fl'1 ;.;,,;'"; School Opens .

ARRANGER :\\1. .._ W ;", i <( v.
'iP-" ;!(: ';:' '
: : Southside Elementary will
::::: :::::: ::::: L J : begin a little earlier at 7:4: :
7 ::::: ::: : ::
designs $J I -' ;:;:::;:::;:::;:;;;;::;;:;:;;:;::;::::: 1 i Ik r ] r a.m. or 7:50: a.m. Principal
with 6 pocket insert a-n: : : : : ;j;;; CrayolaIBCti !I- :.,,, :"' Dewey McKinney said. Ho
and 30 count !( :;:;:;:;:;::;;::;:;;;;::;::;;:::::;:;:; a".rawf : } ./ I! said he currently has :5ii()
pad. EACH ::.:.;.:.;.:.:.:.;.:.;.:::.::;.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.:::.::;.:::.:::.:::.:::.: : .f /7";,"":" j,' LUU'111tl8tgp enrolled for Sept 2. but anticipated
;:;:;:::;::::::::::::::;:::::::;:;:;:;: &/' F an increase in
n rr t!;sHUHt J kindergarten pupils from dj:
,' 1M.WN ....., Golden Golden "T" students to about BO alter tin-
';':':':':':':':':':':'::.:'::.:::;::.::.'.:.", '; first day.
BBCPENS !mI \\1 t :::;;::;;:::;:;:::::;-:::-::: :-: 7 "0tff CompositionNOTE The Vocational Technical r

:sa- .. : Golden'T Duo School has Principal Tod '
: Golden! Oglesby says 500 d.i\tinn-
3 Per card. Assorted '.11' Crayola0CRAYONS Tang students and :.100
: night
CJ
colors.' 31 1! I FILLED PENCIL FILLER : STENOBOOK students registered in the 17
Great for work CARD rand programs at the school. The
school. i IL BINDER PACK PAPER BOOK daytime schedule is from X:l l"am :
BINDER
LIMIT 3 CARDS to 11:40: a.m. Lunch
break is set for 11to: a,m. to
fi II Ii ;. ,' 12:20: p.m. The altermmn
PAPERSMATE PENS 1 .. :i block will be from 12:20 to:i:o":>
f 1" Rings with 20 'i, p.m. A one and two-hour block
Retractable I Ii count filler! paper $ 3 Prong binder in ;: 80 Count steno f 40 Count note- will be set up between the
ball
point, assorted and subject dm- 5 per Package. 16 Count box'of' 8J-4"!' x 11" Ruled ,.'assorted colors. *, bookavailable ', book, available lunch break times. Oglesbv
colors IP I f ders. treat for Assorted colors, primary and secpaper.. 200 Sheets m BYi' x 11" Size. 3 In assorted colors. in assorted colors. said.Tom Casey said he expects
plastic o5'1. 1 PI 1 school! all #2 leads. ondary colors., per package. No pockets. "'. the same number of 1 li<>:>
EACH p' < students at opening diat'
J Hampton Elementary. He
said the new bus scheduling

FLAIR PENS $137 17i::24"" r63 r.. 9 33. 4 $100 said had problems he caused though for him.he no In might fact major like he

.
PKG. PACK I EACH FOAWon't the earlier hours and was ;
.
thinking of starting a breakfast
mash downl!
3 7 for "t host-
'
Writes thick or EACH a LIMIT 4 PKGS. LIMIT 2 PKGS." LIMIT 4 PKGS V! LIMIT EACH LIMIT, 8 hungry program children." School
thin. In red, blue hours are from 8 a.m. to :2:30;:
and black.
pm.Law ley Elementary has a
ygg; W' *&_ *%" 1 CONVERSE TENNIS SHOES later school day this. year, but
Principal Jim Duncan said he
ELMER'S
GLUE-ALL foresees no problems with the
r rt new time.The school day lasts
1 from!{! 9 a.mto, 3.30.; () p.m.Ue.;

.4 Permanent Oz.pl bottle.bond stic ,'37.EACH.',:,>' N 6996 t 9 I BOYS ..$799 MEN'SBlack $899squeeze' ; I: opening said regisle-red almost; 23(1, (the f Aor.5tuaPnls.t1 same Jhe:!amount,'ix-pi, '',erttt.,.he.!:4U!, \

$1'9J"
for many projects. LIMIT "' began with last year He saidhe's \
..
"looking forward to a
'
: and WhiteMARKER
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'"-
good year Duncan has a
Golden "T" nine teacher staff down one
sKNMANCNT67C from last year.
SET Starke Elementary will
have the largest enrollment I
Permanent markers I GYM SHOES $3" among elementary schools in
in red blue Men's 11" stove pipe Harness, Brown smooth'leather Bradford county, with its total
and black. 3 Per vamp and quarter,unlined quarter with reinforced front for next Tuesday standing at
card. 6 a 595. The school will operate
andrearleatherstaysdri111inedvampRocktancomposition
from 9:05: a.m. to 3:10; p.m
outsole,walking heel,square toe reinforced pull The new.busing has made
Golden "T" Heritage straps. sizes 6'/ to some quick rescheduling of a
12 Also Boys Size Boys Matching few students at the Bradford

PENCIL PACK FLARE JEANS AND JACKETSBUFFALO Middle Lennard Register School said.Principal School ", "
Red, white, blue : Misses hours for those riding the .;;,
and other as early bus will be from 8 a.m. '
sorted ''ore. 20 ; Permanent Press $88 i $ 88 to 2 p.m.,while hours for those
pencils with #2leads. 87 : STYLE 50% Cotton riding the later bus will be 9 .
t a.m. to 3 p.m. Register expects
PACK 50% Polyester. V about 985 students to
begin on Tuesday.
SANDALS Three teacher resignationsand
A.S.A.F. new bus schedules have
TUBE SOCKS kept Bradford High School
BIKE i FLAG 99 Principal Charles Francis
,
C Dual safety and sports accessory rushing to get ready for the
White, and Colors 7 7 Size 5 to 9 $1Q88 g, purpose Ea. he new has school been year.rushing Francis for said the

I One Size 10 to 13 PR. 0 B. REPLACEMENT past find three teacher days replacementsand and nights to

BIKE PEDALS 157 to reschedule students to

Now Is The Time For Savings Men's or Ladies',with reflective strip. schedule.accomodate School the hours new for busing the
early students are 8:05: a.m.-
C. BIKE WATER
2:05: p.m. Hours for late

BOTTLE $144 students. Francis are 9:05:said a.m.3:05p.m. he anticipates :
THURSDAY to MONDAY ONLY %
Complete with frame attachment for class about the 1,200 first showingup day.


"I HOOn Any Bicycle T D. o. CHAIN COMBINATION LOCK $j66 very County Recently Ray excited High Foister appointed about School his said PrincipalBill new Union he job is

.
SAVE .,ice Combination shackle lock.. and looks forward to greeting ,
IU/0 some 435 expected students.
In Stock 1 E. BIKE FOOT He said he is not scared of his 1
d I new position, because he is '
\ PUMP 288 backed by a "lot of en
E. thusiasm" and an "ex
BOYS -" 16V- Metal, cylinder with 18" "hose perienced staff.'i There are
F.;
No. 2695T two new teachers at the.school
Melt
BIKE TOURING this year.
v I Records show enrollment .1
10-Speed GIRLS BAG $188 slightly down for the Lake
1.',J Attaches to bike; seat. Butler Middle School. .\

LADIES G. s LIj GENERATOR & Contract..
BIKE (
.C(From Page tl
1 .., ,, A LIGHT SET 888 ,
county, rather than Inter-
MENS l -... 12 volt system complete with light. Medic,. should have the .:,
{ ultimate control over the ?
27" Racing bike. Dropped sports \
\ handle bars with vinyl tape covering. H. H. BIKE BABY administration of the hospital. ':
'
i derail 8 Contract approval and r.
Dual brakes.l0 Speed
caliper
& CARRIER Is another'of official
signing *
r leur gears with double lever sprock 20",26",27"Us .;' $78 steps preceeding
1 et. Racing type saddle. Reflectors \; a' Rear mounted with foot guards. Ea.I. opening of the hospital., Dr.
Included. rtil- I Manuel Abello of Jacksonville
'
I.
i I. REFLECTOR has been contracted to beginan

$ 8. Our I, .. KIT S188' t malpractice outpatient clinic insurance as soon as is 'L.

;/ r 918 J" 'Set of,4 frame and.spoke reflectors.., procured by the hospital and '., /
of
t a the opening regular hospital '

r r n L '..I-VJ.J 'i' x.. J. BIKE $ ''>services Hardval aaidxtaalr Is scheduled..., for

SPEEDOMETER 6:88'J

Limit; 'sirs" =gist Nan T For 20",24",and 26"bik... ,, !Or'1II' FK' .t: fall'l
,
.. \ Safe' Ad.L Keyttonr A ;a
s.\ '.r" :11

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TELEGRAPH; August28,1975


CommunityNews "


<\.l\.tltlE\ \ ( ur.MM.lMllM l (\ '\!: (l + I'; K Y"Y,, r mum l,(( ( l''t J; j SAVE '"'Ty '.


ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER COUPON GOOD AUGUST 2. THRU SIPIIMBIR 3 :r.rf. ::: COUPON GOOD AUGUST 39 THRU MPTIMBIM 3 .;:::- :

The DELLCHAPTEROKS regular meeting of Dell SLICED HICKORY SWEET G- ; i rAHx' ;; "PEACH OR :

Chapter 168 OES will be held IrLL
Thursday.Aug.28,at 8 p.m. in 89 rteJ 49
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee askedto BACON I-IB. .3 CREAM HALF ::::-'' .
Street.All members are vital 3 PKO. :::?- -a GALLON r:-
attend. Business of :::?- ..J r

importance. WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 70 :: WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 40C F

SCHOOL NEWS; WITH SKI PURCHAM Of '.L.. PKO. HICKORY IWIIT HICIO BACON. -::::; WITH THI PURCHAII OP HAIF OA1. tUPIRIIIAND IMIRBIT OR ICI /r._ ,
School bells will ring for stu- ,- AT ADDREMIS ON THIS PAOI AND PURCHAII OP I7.{O CRIAM AT AOORI1MS ON THIS PAOI AND. PURCHAM OP."?.SO OR I t f

dents in Everyone Bradford at 8 is a.m.expecting County, September Schools.a successful 2, 1 } )J)))))OH) ;))IXCL.;))CIOARITTI1.) )LIMIT)))PlIAM.) W ))))) n rF ) ))MORI) ); ) )););; ););))); ;)1));; ;) ))W :)\ .

school term, and a

each good student.achievement record for _\Q&dI R R R /r 1i l Y.lllM&\l \_ Ty BEEF PEOP ;

ANNOUNCEMENTMr. :'; ; :: : PRICES GOOD AUG. 28 THRU SEPT. 3 3
COUPON GOOD AUGUST 3 THRU StPTIMtf
.and Mrs. Clarence Cov-
ington announce the approaching STAR-KIST I _
'
daughter wedding Jeannie of, their to j TUNA $ I STOCK UP NOW:::

Kldridge Harding son r-f Mrs. KEY .BUYS 3 .. .
MajorieP. Harding of !Miami. .
Sept.The 6 wedding at 4 p.m.is at planned Bethlehem for FISH*. CANS;:; ALL STORES CLOSED

Freewill Baptist Church witha
recep.ion following in the WITH THIS''' COUPON GOOD FOR 50C !

Fellowship Hall. WITH' THI PVRCMOP THRU .V.-... CAMS STAR-KIIT TUNA HIH. :::;- LABOR DAY I
All friends and relatives are SAVINGS ON YOUR 1 AT AODRUm ON Fats PAOI AND PUICHASI, OF $7.SO ouo. ....1
Invited to attend.CIIUKCIINKWS. v IXCIUDINO CIOARIITH. 1IMIT J PlIAM. ; .

:'; LABOR DAY )))T IJ)' iW) Wi1W Wi)))))))W)))1 W'lm')) Quantity Rights :
The First Born Church of ReservedWINNDIXIE
the Living God, Elder S.V. ) STOREL''NC. -.
Cohen,Pastor will feature the COPYRIGHT-1971 I f

Gospel Daytona Five Spiritual Beach, on Singersof Sept PICNIC I I I ITEMS FINEST VEGETABLE SHORTENING 1. Limit 1 with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes f. $cO o. _

ember 21, at 3 p.m. Everyoneis (
invited to attend. LB. $138 eaSr
Each member is asked to SAVE 21e SPARKY 3 CAN
cooperate with t the selling act- CRISCO.
ivity which will be held each Charcoal 10 BAG 78 C
Saturday beginning at noon. .
Please be reminded of the
weekly services: Tuesday 8
p.m., Prayer Meeting. KRAFT BARBEQUE DETERGENT 49-oz. C A
Friday'', Tarrying Service. 00
Second and Fourth Sunday, Sauce 2 ITIS. -l lSAVE . 4 eq,0j of: l
Pastoral Day with regular IU
services and first and third ASTOR limit 1 with$7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes 'too
Sunday for Home Mission. 40c DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG VIIIb

niah Secretary L. Strong.Deaconess Zapha- 8PII. 00 COFFEE 1 I-LB. C
Pleasant Grove and !Ml.Morlah Buns 4 PII\3S. $1, CAN 78
United Methodist . . . .
Church Parish Hev. Willie >
Stilt pastor. Prayer Meeting SAVE 21c CRACKIN' GOOD rill'
Wednesday night at 7:30.: er, SUPERBRAND USDA INSPECTED GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE anlt

Bible p.m. Church Study Thursday School, 10 night a.m.8 Potato Chips :CK' S8C '

Mt. Moriah Services begin LARGE EGGS 59 '
'I with Church School at 10 a.m., It DOZ.
Morning service at 11. Education SAUEI., DEEP SOUTH SWEET ;rr
Day will be observed. \
Dinner will be served on the Relish 2 JAR" 59c ...
ground at 1 p.m. Members of I. .
Pleasant Grove and Mt.
Moriah are invited to attend.
New Bethel and Ebenezer SWIFT'S PREMIUM W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
Baptist Churches Rev. Leroy Mustard 6-ot. $ 00
Davis pastor. New Bethel and 5 ;
Ebenezer Baptist Church i
1 members will attend the" t __ t\9 It! '1.L:'f : \ q.1
Ministers and Deacons Union SAV-O ARROW PAPER'Paper i h oJ'
in Olustee. .;
Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie Plates PKG.99C z ROAST
pastor. Prayer Meeting and HAM
Class Meeting Tuesday night.
Sunday services will! begin
with Church School at 10 a.m.
At 11 a.m. Rev. R.E. Lamb SAVE .$1.50 SAVE
'will hold his fourth and last SEEDLESSSGRAPES
quarterly conference. All 31e
members are asked to cooperate .
with this activity. L.
Greater Allen Chapel 4
pastor choir,ushers and congregation WHOLE .
will render serviceat .
i
Green Cove Springs, Mt. $ 399
Zion AME Church at 3 p.m.
Rev W.H. Walker,pastor.All 2 3-LB. .. LB.
members are asked to cooperate ps
with this activity. IBS. CAN oas a
Greater Bethlehem Freewill dhel at ------------.
I ,
Baptist Church Rev. _M'W'..
Jasper Williams pastor: U.S.CHOICI I
Weekly services began with FRESH YELLOW (SLICED '4") W LABOR DAYCORN
i .
rehearsal for the Tiny Tots
and Ushers Board No.3.Tues- 10 1 99C SAVE 50c W-D' BRAND (TWELVE '/-IB. PATTIES) STEAK SALE
I day night Prayer !Meeting. BARS I I

Wednesday Choir No.night 1. Thursday rehearsalfor Beef Patties 3 L8. $1"1 SAVI R

night Friday the night Ladies the Prayer Circle Band met. ASTOR BOX i, SIRLOIN STEAK I

will meet with Mrs.! James I SAVI Sic 'Ib.-W-D BRAND USDA
Prince. Dinners will be sold E SAVE 12c lb. W-D BRAND PURE (IN 5 Ib. OR 10 Ib,.HANOI PAKS) ONILISS Blir FULL CUT
Saturday. Dinner will not be .1
sold Sunday. Sunday is Edu- .OJRUAINcGE i ROUND STEAK
cation Day !Morning serviceat Ground Beef LB' 78c
11 with the Youth in charge. I.
Evening service, 6 p.m. ;
SAVE j
'
NAACP:MEETING: : :; SAVE Sic lb. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE ORTBone I 88 I J
There will be a special 3O
called meeting of the NAACP ,$ t
Tuesday night at Greater Steak LB. $1.98., ; ,
Allen Chapel AME Church onSt'pt. PACK .
2. All members are 3 99> I -
12-01.
asked to be : r
please present. CANS SUPERBRAND.MUD DAISY' CHEDDAR I I 4'

COMMUNITY: ; :'; {'lIon t.S '"a
39 I "
Plans are in the making fora LB I
Community Chorus with Cheese L8., $1 : :::
Mrs. Jessie Berry president.All FROZEN POLY BAG . .. I____. .____.. .J.

asked interested to meet at persons Antioch Bap-are FRENCH FRIES 5 IL:. 79CSAVE .
tist Church Saturday Sept. 30, 32c THRIFTY MAID
at 6:30.: Mrs. Willie !Mae

Randolph organist. NEW CROP: FRUIT DRINKS 346'0Z.' ,900'oo )

Mrs.APPRECIATION Willie Mae Randolphwas :'; Bartlett Pears 3 LIS. *1 ,. ,

honored at Pleasant "
Grove United !Methodist by SALUTO
the different churches organization Pizza 32'0.. $249 uNa 1 REGULAR VENT VUEPOTATOES
and community for ser- Party 1122AMelo
vices given. It was a very nice LB. I
MIS. SMITH'S < .1 0 99

gesture. I ISUPEftBIUNO ARi h'pi v 69Coo BAG ;


Kj Neighbor WHIPPEDTopping ,..... SAVE lie DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE' :..,\ .
2 l '
SIZI
,QUART 68
PATIO ENCHILADA O* MEXICANDinners 'h
JAR ,
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SAVE 10c W-D BRAND :1': .' ;.LVt
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arr alJ4
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VINE IPI ,t :w. :oj ,,12.cz' ;, C
TOMATOES 39 FRANKS '.. '. : .{ : .1 yrr'j
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I It. .
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY! rnuier Jhiiji
MU HY.,JOMIITIMSLIMITIDSUPPITEBAILT- 10-7 0+ ,
'. ,. X ?.!< ,Jkl'i,

Minors Can tJf} ] ]IDIlJf1l1: (! l aaaaa( (

;"Work. More 831 S. Walnut, c Starke,. Fla.. BANKAMFJICAIIDWDvAIJ

Jobs, Longer II

Hours Under '. gt LUb .
Ani.MiplMSoiarcaine

LawTALLAHASSEE _4614 I -' ''':1-(.. REG LOTION.

Florida .::;.. .aPKI: ,iJ 1 29
minors may work a larger t-
variety of jobs and may work \ V / CS' '. IIBANDAID
additional hours as a result.of
amendments to the child labor'law ,..
which became effective Y05 PEPSI &
July LThe > SOLARCAINE
bill: BRAND PEG FINE| OR BLUE i, KHARCOALBRIQUETS
the DIET PEPSI
Realigns
language of _
the law. CLEAR 1 .5 oz HAIRDRESSING BOTTLE OF 1000 SUNBURN
-Authorizes 14 and 15 year 12 oz CANS /4 GRAIN
olds to operate farm tractorsin
the course of farm work if STRIPS 6 PAK LOTION
they have completed a recog- 10-lb. BAG SACCHARINt
nized training course in trac-

courses tor recognized operation.are those agricultural Such offered recognized by or a OF PAK 30 ,.. t I I t


which vocational-Removes discriminate agency.provisions on the ONE LIMIT 39 ONE LIMIT 89 TWO LIMIT. 99,. ONE LIMIT 59 6 02.LIMIT. 129

basis of sex for minors who ONE.Vppfitotions
wish to engage in "streettrades" '". ,1
selling news-
papers, magazines, periodicals -
r
or peanuts, or polishing '\
shoes in a public place or from .
house to house. The only controlling -
,, factor for such minors 8OZ DANDRUFF SHAMPOO
is hours during which the LIMIT 209If FOR DAY
work may be performed. SELSUN BLUE ONE
-Requires that each minorof e. .,. V SN"JIi&--(
compulsory school.attendance ft4 P' tfJ
age working on a farm 24 COUNT LIMIT ONE : h
.
during school hours must havea I >' '
work permit.This provision .
DRISTAN T ABLE'.J.
requires that migrants and F WEB AND
crew chiefs get work permits / 41UMINUM
for all workers under 18. -
.Provides that minors 15 6 0. OR MED LAWN
C Ii
years or younger" may work OVER '( CHOICE I 19
until 9 p.m. and 14 and 15 year TOOTHBRUSHHARD: FOUR
THfY- LAST
olds may work until 11 p.m. on 00/0 ,;;;,, -AMERICAN t l39t AIR
nights preceding a nonschoolday.
Minors 15 years or :.SA"'il and' DISPOSABLE 6 OZ ... FLAG KIT
'
younger are still restricted to LIMIT ONE I :: '

a week.forty Sixteen((40))and hour 17,year six-day olds ,01 lots" :I :'%:.' "ing' is Etkerd's \ MASSENGILL DOUCHE I M' 3'x5dtfu" REG 7 99CHAISE I 588

may work until 11 p.m. and 1a.m. -' ; Am.lc,0Mm.
on nights preceding a pharmacy Etkertment.d's 388 F'' 'Includ.' ,
non-school day. 10el. e.'moto'pO'o' '
-Lifts restrictions work Shot's e w/t/1.roLrLN./
certificates and hours for low
already !
married minors 16 and 17 \ pyailable: \ \ noW. CAIAXYOSCIUATIN6 REG. '.399 1 1 **
years old. However, proof of \ I
marriage is required.The 16-INCH FAN [ PACK OF TOO T \ *fri;

bill passed the House bya i i < < 3, ial11 PAPER : SWINGER
110-2 margin and In the r
SPEED $'
Senate 35-1. Supporters ; .
'=2151' 368 PLATES I GRILL
pointed out school's that with operatingon many ofFlorida's |PEG 3399.. \ .

split shifts, many youngs- 300 CT. THERMOS BAKEDENAMEtBOWt
ters have more spare time 3 SPEED 12 INCH ,t..,r**
that could be used to work if 24" ,.
desirable or necessary. FILLER PAPER LUNCH KITS.GA gMODELJlSO FAN 'PEG. '2999 69 9 INCH 2988s
46 further information is WHITE
ntaded t please contact; \ I tqe ; REG. 99
Cffld/ Labor seclTtlhlflfflCl"ofLabor : / J, T "
: "
Relations, Suite 224, s ,. 8 GALAXY20lNCH IB It'18
; -- INCH
1321 Executive Center Drive, '.". '*. --' ''REG \\ COOKING GRID
J28
Tallahassee, Fla., 32301. Or ,: t\ l A'' PORTABLE FAN 3999 U
you may telephone, 904-488- MODEL 3708 m m 99 GAFPRINT
1702, .1 c LIMIT 1 SPEED PEG 1799 | > "

Vicki Carver TWO. -0" .. IrMl2EOIOR 1AK-A-LDNGrr

." MAYFAIR CASSETTE filM GRILL
SIX REG.25 BALLPOINT PENS IN 3 COLORS REG. 77c '110;

Brings Home 'BIC PEN SCHOOL SPECIAL . 66' RECORDER I'' Ii[ 44
t TG ( HEAVY
Trophies BUILT IN CONDENSER- REG 1 25 89 GAUGE
FOR SMALL CHILDREN HOLDS PENCILS. ERASERS., ETC. MICROPHONE METAL
r
Pjpretty Vicki Carver of
brought home two PRIMARY SCHOOL BOX ?E? 33 3. 28CWESTAB """EG. 2.99LIGHTER
from the state Junior ____ _____ __ }o.- ,2495 REG 1 IO Q88 -
Bicentennial Princess ftj */ /HitM- 1 3 OZ. TNARra1l
ike
in Orlando. COMIINATION
FILLED Nestea1OOXIM gOKTEA FLUID
... LADIES
: NESTEAINSTANT '.31'
was not only awarded MASTER LOCK n F'"
of Miss Congeniality ORGANIZER NOTEBOOK No.15oo.DJM.t.Conlbl- BIKINI SWIMSUITS QUART <
60 fellow'contestants, : REG 49
Be
nation School Locks Lock.
a special award Regular 2.99 3 section folder with ,i! FAMOUS'
judges for the Best REG. 2.49 BRANDS IN '
2 besides being 499 ASSORTEDCOLORS TEA REAL
Iher lTfl AND Kill
for the Stacey r PRINTS'
,
pageant Award.,' held at the 166& 9 9 ,I. ., REG. 129 INDOOR OSOL OUTDOORS
West July 31-Aug. 2, 1 1.49
1 1 REG /, i 1.89 J 21
featured.rnodeling competition and in !II- '. 7.99 I i' "'" .\..::.\ --
gowns sport .1. /i. "(s ...y COMPLETE
swear and to a determine private judge'sinterview per- 1 w La I }l WITH' LINE PARTY

sonality. On the basis of these 'r
Events, winners were chosen REG 29LOOSE' PORTER
'fcio six awards. Vicki com- COLORFUL ; ZEBCO 404
peted In the' age 11-14 age LEAF CARRY-ALL . 18 ROD AND 'QUART
bracket. BEACH TOWELS '\:.. COMBO REEL REG STYROFOAM 99 68

Look for our First Annual. I CAMPUS
I Sato.. Ad Ktyttoiw Auto I COMPOSITION ASSORTED $ $ ONE
: GALLON
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j all lines of quality furniture and name brand appli that new color television set. We Finance Our Own AccountsWe
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Bill Wilson's business policy is a simple one He'' Her group of people.Come in today and get acquainted
always treats the customer right,offering them a good with Cordell McCaw,Store Manager;Pat Pruitt.Secretary Friendly Service From
Trade deal at fair prices and of course,friendly service.This ;Tom Mixon, Appliance Repairs and Service;.
has been a very successful combination for Bill,and and other personnel Mike Sanders Bruce Moyers and
has produced a lot of satisfied customers who keep Joey Bakken,currently recuperating at Shands liescoming Winklers Electric
SRWYERSLRDERPPLIRNCE back to shop with Bill at Badcock's.Badcock's : pital in Gainesville. ,

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Mac Baldwin came to Starke.He purchased the Chev, is no secret,and Mac Baldwin is completely aware of
Room Or Take-out Service rotet Dealership in 1966 and later added Oldsmobile to i it.,So, in the middle of all this change, Baldwinthe 20% Discount on All PVC
line. Chevrolet-Olds kept on with their policy,of the best

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Dear Editor:
With the Bicentennial year incorporated until 1876 whenan should make it a double cele-' The scene at far left is the' pears to stand about where the IS TIIlSREPRESENTATION do with
just around the corner, old election was held on May 29 brationthe 200th birthday of general merchandise store of street is now, and there is no ? their decisfon. I am with the Parent-Youth
pictures of Starke take on new of that year. All 42 of the Independence for the Nation, Canova and Knight which break in the fence running (Although the County Com- Group, under the Starke
significance because the qualified electors voting on and the 100th birthday for stood on the present site of the' "along the sidewalk. Note iron Editor Telegraph: missioners do appoint the Recreation Dept., and have
Nation's 200th birthday occursin that day cast unanimous,, incorporation of Starke. old Florida Bank Building i fence surrounding the courthouse County Zoning Board memo written to you twice this yearin
the same year as the 100th ballots for incorporation. Dr. This picture was taken in the and young oak trees During the past several bers). The Zoning Board hope of getting the help and
anniversary of the incorporation J.L. Gaskins was elected the To help get in the spirit of early 1900's when Call Street lining Call Street.At weeks it has been my experience recommendations are passedon support of parents in our
of Starke. first mayor of the "city." our Bicentennial-Centennial was still unpaved and trees to have attended the to the County Commis- program. So far, no luck. With
year, we are reproducing the through the store awnings left is the old Commercial meetings of our County Zoning sioners to be voted on by all of the events that went on
Although Starke had been a Therefore, the Bicentennial above scenes taken from old grew. Cane chewing was still -. Hotel just east of the rail- Board, County Commissioners them. Now, this body is this summer for the children,

settlement since the 1850's.the year holds double significance postcards in the Telegraph'shistorical popular pastime, and Canova a ,road tracks on Call Street in and City Commis- elected FOR the people, BY we had very little help.
town was not actually for the citizens of Starke who collection. and stocked the block where Harry sioners. 1 came away from the people, but do they listento

supply.Knight In a brick building a good Green's auto parts is today. these meetings sadly disillu- the VOICE OF THE People seem to think we get

across the street is "Oscar's The hotel was a Starke Institution sioned. PEOPLE? NO,',they do not. paid to operate the concession

Place"with a big tree in front,. for many years and was a 'At the Zoning Board meet- With approximately 50 stand at Pratt Street
while a horse and buggy is -!popular' place with strawberry showed to the above playground. Well, they have
ing, two up people present,
persons
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EDITORIALSOld 0 buyers who came to Starke to another thought coming. We
parked in front of the then protest a zoning change. The mentioned petition, and a lawyer
post office-- about whereMitchell's stay through the berry season tabledfor (three of us) volunteer our'time
request in question was as their spokesman to pre-
each year. Opposite the hotel, for that job, not only for
Drug is today J j Lon the west side of the tracks, further study. The fact sent their request, the County the Dixie Youth games, but

Center postcard shows' '' was the first location of the that one of those protestingthe Commissioners completely for the women's games and ,;
zoning change was the ignored the wishes of the
Frank Hoover one of the railroad depot. any other activities that. lake
nephew of a Zoning Board people.
photography team of Hoover place there.
Courthouse Project Bros., sitting on a horse Anyone with old pictures of member and the son of who a They granted the desire of
watering trough in front of the the town or county is asked to County Commissioner ( of their Commis- We got a lot of offers to help,
one own
was present at this meeting,,) but that's far it The I
old courthouse. Apparently; bring them to The Telegraph as as goes.
sioner out-of-
do with their Ralph Bryan, an
Court Street was not open in office for publication during had nothing to town for ones who offer are seen sitting

Aided By Grant those days, for a house ap'. the Bicentennial year. decision.At unknown representative group of developers.The an. in the stands every night. Wedon't
even get relieved for a'
the same meeting, two motion for the zoning
men petitioned the Zoning made Mr. few minutes. I've spent as
change was by
much as eight hours a day.
Board for a zoning change. At Roberts, seconded by Mr.:
The announcement of a Florida Bicen- All three sources make up a total of least 30 Bradford County citi- Hodges, and carried unanimously (here, and my children aren't 't'
old
tennial Commission grant of $7,500 for $20,000 which will be used solely on the County Agents, B/ zens with a petition bearing, (Mr. Bryan, of course, even In the games.enough to participate
the of
work on the old Bradford County Courthouse exterior of the buildings making it I names 178 more were voicing his "I abstain" in a
.Bo to ask for that
present
adds more impetus to the current secure and watertight to prevent fur- .I.t.llook. Y ", be denied. The request requestto was loud, clear voice.) I'm inclined to believe that ,

interest in improving and updating the ther deterioration.Due .f ylor t// IIdon't passed unanimously.) 1 ask you, Mr. Editor, and who there think a lot of of parents the Recreation out there'>
YOU Mr. Private Citizen is
downtown of Starke. ,
area Of course, the fact that one this representation? If so, of Department as a baby-sitting-
to the of Bicentennial Randall Davis in
t inadequacy of the men requesting the zon- whom??? service. puts
One improvement project leads to funds the full amount applied for was ing change was a County a lot of hours and hard) work i
have to tell if like of seed and
another, and the spirit is contagious., not received but it is believed that have been outside you that you the'... plants sources, refrigeration and Commissioner had nothing to -Disillusioned Citizen his for work these,and children.does a darn He loves good. 3.

Already several improvements have Bradford County fared well in com "love bugs" are back. .. packing facilities, markets, job of it. He's the best thing ,

been made in business buildings in the son) with other areas. The State Commission and other things that might that ever happened to Starke. i
Looks like more this time deter needed growth of vege- New Gold Head Director .
downtown area in recent months, and had only $800,000 to distribute,
than we had last fall or this table production in our area. It's about time that the .
others are planned.The and applications had been filed for more '
spring. I understand researchis I'll be talking about this as parents showed some appreciation -
than $5 million.Considerable'work. still going on at the University often as possible in the next Is Dedicated To Job for what he's doing
old courthouse plays a vital partin of Florida, but I have not: few months. for their children, Instead of
the downtown haS' seen or heard of results of this criticizing
development plan : !
research, or any recommen'dations J Speaking of land selection everylnngcthat' done. If they
\ recently unveiled by two-University of done on the interior of the a1readYa Ii ,
for a control program Ii.", and preparation for fall and were pitching in and helping,, ,
H
Florida studentsof landscape' architec- tM'gro\inas'with: the l V',at, this time. Guess we will '' winter crops, one important we'd gladly accept their .

ture, and its face-lifting will doubtlessset volunteer labor but the work on the have to live with this pest activity is getting a soil viewpoints,. but when they ,

the tone for other improvements in exterior will have to be done by professionals awhile longer? sample from each field. ,. aren*t seen all year till

the area due to the heights involved in We can take a few precau- Adequate pH calcium and tournaments, it's not a bit fair
for them to bad-mouth
working on the tower and the roof. tions against them such as magnesium levels are neces-

The State Bicentennial grant will be screens and shields in front of sary to get maximum utiliza- ., anything.

more than matched by $10,000 appropriated It is gratifying to see this project fin- auto them radiators from the,radiators or cleaning and plants.tion of This fertilizers is by your 'I .. Within a few months the
more importantnow
by the County Commission in its ally being realized, and we are confident vehicles surfaces before they that fertilizer prices are PYG will be having a memo

I 1974-75 budget for this work and $2.500 that when completed it will be an inspiration cause heated engines or deter high and no fertilizer can be 7BP for bership the drive to raise of funds ac

in funds received from renting office for owners of downtown property iorating paint Of course, one wasted if you are to get the tivities. I sincerely hope that,
.
is
to clean .
space in the old courthouse and jail.Happy. in Starke to do likewise. windshields important thing frequently ... needed production efficiency 1 J the citizens will pitch in and

vent poor visibility wile on your farm.A ,i A make the small donation for ayear's ,

driving. soil sample is to take ..... membership, whether. /
easy --. : or not they have children. f
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and we will have the soil ;
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I Another insect that is oJ."l' .-. .
SolutionEat more within week after I
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destructive than a pest is also analysis a '\<. =. '7. .. .. Merchants, we are doingour
the sample to
bring our
you best to keep kids off the'streets
around now. Armyworms are office. Call or come by for and keep them

showing up in many of our' your soil sample bags today. Joseph Knoll Lead man at CoM Head Stale Park straight. Won't you do your
pastures and hay fields at the MMS'
former Supt. Tom Casey and his former to help lower shoplifting
your cake and keep it too. present time.It before entrance sign. part
deputy Connie Clark. These two -------------- by giving young people

Apparently this is the byword of the veteran school administrators plannedthe takes closer inspection to something wholesome to do

Bradford County School Board in previous bus routing system and had see this caterpillar at work, f A man who became so con- Recreation Area, located rainer tnan wander aroundthe
(!J13Um($ iJGJ streets? .
but the damage they do is cerned with environmental southeast of Gold Head on SR- .L.
developing a bus routing plan which in by worked out several very
years gone It doesn't take problems facing the nation 21, which has been closed for
( eliminates 13 routes thereby saving different routing plans. Thus Casey and apparent.armyworms long to devour that he decided to begin a new 'some time and is now undergoing We are in great need of

money, but keeps spur routes and Clark proved invaluable in planning the large areas of pasture grasses' OPQaOQ career at the age of 36 is the renovation. support assistance., and again ask your.

ignores the two-mile state limitation new routing system if for no other if they are left uncontrolled..1,. .. new director of Gold Head Also closed to the public at fi

thereby saving political face. reason than they know just about where Early detection and a controlprogram By(William S.Haas Branch State Park, one of Florida's the present is the deep ravinea ,- -Joyce Packer'
most popular recrea-
is a must if you need Serxlce Officer favorite of nature- Parent-Youth Group(
mecca
student in the county lives. Supt. ,.
every tion areas, on Highway 21
Political considerations not- Jockel was quick to praise his staff the pasture or hay. !,.,. Eligible persons should not north of Keystone Heights. lovers. This area is closed 1
LETTER
in WRITER'SNAME
order
to
withstanding, the school board'srecent let a lost birth certificate or periodically repair
One hint
Monday night.It early to an army- Knoll wear and tear on the nature OMITTED j
marriage license discouragethem Capt. Joseph suc-
decision to place 13 bus 'worm infestation is a
concen-
trails caused and
by
.4 from applying forveterans's ceeded Capt. Albert Smith at use era
drivers into the academic tration of cattle egrets By error the name of the
can away will remain
program sion. The ravine
took work Jockel the recreation facil-
some as pointed benefits. Less 1,400 acre writer was omitted from
from the cattle herd. a
These
be applauded as a wise use of funds. out. but the end result is a $29,693 white birds that are now com- 'formal proof of marriage or ity last June after Smith's closed until nature has had letter published in our issue of
time heal
to its wounds and
birth has been transfer to Blackwater River
saving; on bus drivers' salaries alone. monplace on most ranches acceptablewhen August 21. The letter was
Nor does it hurt the board politicallythat Another look at the upcoming and yet' will usually leave the cattle this information is State Park in Taylor County. natural restore state.vegetation to Its signed by Tom Box of 739 S,

no one really lost a job as all 13 and feed on the armyworms.The required to establish claims to Gold Westmoreland St., Starke. We.
netted Prior to
incomplete operating budget for higher benefits. transferring Knoll 'that the -
drivers rehired birds do very little dam- said since the regret omission
were as aides or non- Head, Knoll was stationed at
instructional still more savings. After $171,431 had age to the worms because of For an example,' a :Johnathon Dickinson State ravine was closed, park ran-
personnel. Everybody who been whittled out of the proposed the number of caterpillars veteran, widow's orwidower's Park in Martin County. Before gers have planted and
had a job, and still wanted it. replaced much of the natural
one got operating budget Jockel showed the usually present. certified statementof starting employment with the Labor Day
growth in an to
The new bus system using only 20 school board it could maintain the It usually takes one or more marriage for is compensationand' sufficient for Division of Recreation and the healing attempt process. speedup
application Parks in 1972, he was em- Death Toll
current salary schedule for all personnelnext applications of an insecticideto
buses and drivers compared to 33 this control education benefits for ployed with the research and During the early part of the ;

past term is made possible by year at a cost of $59.600. spend several armyworms.materials that Thereare veterans', widows'widowers'; development store of the Burger summer the docks in the main May Hit 27

rescheduling. Students in the south partof $46,400> to reinstate the teacher aide available that will do the are job and orphan children, provided King chain in Miami. swimming area were closed

Bradford County will start to schoolan program, yet retain a fund balance of for if you apply the In- neither veteran nor spouse after several drownings of
you had been married before, and The youthfulappearingKnoll ;swimmers in Lake Johnson. The Florida Highway Patrolandlcts
hour earlier, or thereabouts than the 65431. secticide properly. Most the Veterans Administrationhas said that his love of the Some of the drownings were about 27 people will

ones in the north end. Bradford High for materials come as a dust, no contradictory in- outdoors and his concern with ,attributed to inexperienced be killed on Florida highwaysthis

: f instance, will operate on a seven period The school board had been in on the wettable liquid concentrate.powder, Be or sure as to a formation on file. the environment brought >swimmers who would dive coming Labor Day week.

| day, with students from the south part planning of the program from thebeginning. follow the direction on the Formerly, the Veterans careers about his and decision dedicate to his change life to from the long docks and find end.
The aide was label of insecticide Administration all themselves unable to cope The holiday begins
: of the county attending periods 1-6 and program any you required this field.
the cold
with
of and deep, water. tomorrow at 6 and ends
reinstated all employees rehired. The use. statement marriages p.m.
those in !
the
north 27.
periods Since the docks were closed
births to be supported by midnight, Monday Sept I.
13 bus drivers still had jobs: The dollars The new superintendent was
r. j We have no further drownings have
a good pasture In- formalized documentary. born in New Castle Pa. 39
Buses will make ,
double runs first saved from transportation are headed sect control circular that evidence. and served in the occurred, Knoll said. Studies of last yeartraffic

over the southern portion of the county toward the classroom. Who can object? describes armyworms their A certified statement also is years Navy ago for 14 years, both in fatalities showed that careless

then over the northern portion. damage and recommended acceptable, regarding the Europe and the Far East. driving, crossing, the centerline

In this instance Bradford schoolmen insecticides and rates. The birth of a child of a veteran's While stationed in Europe he SERVICEMENAIC driving while Intoxicated
,
circular also covers other pasture and has proof of age met and married his drinking while driving
; The system was worked out by the seemingly have politics and the pests such as aphids and marriage relationship. Doreen.. wife and failure to yield the right of

school staff, led by the expertise of 'curriculum holding hands. grassloopers, spittlebugs andmole way accounted for the M
have questions BRYAN KNOWLESIS "
crickets. We will be If you any The couple has three reported deaths.
to the above or any AF LAW ENFORCER
t pertaining
happy to send you one of these .children a married daughter
veteran matter, contact your
circulars: if you can not stop by Faithe, who lives in Miami; Reports also indicate that M
: local County Veteran Service Airman First Class Bryan cent of the
per killed
our office near the people
Fair Jean who will enter KeystoneHefgiits
in Starke. Office, In the courthouse. A. Knowles, son of retired Air ("t: year during the tarn
grounds
The office will be closed'for1'"' School as a junior; Force Master Sergeant and period were killed after dark.
and 14-months-old
daughter
r Interest is still continuing in Labor Day September 1,1975. Kristina.a Mrs. Oliver A. Knowles of, and 72 per cent of the acc",
iiiwiiipl1! I strawberry and vegetable Starke has graduated at dents occurred: In clear
'. -" --' AFB Tex. from the
production throughout the -- -- :" As captaint 1 at the park Lackland weather. Five motorcyclists

county. Some folks have 'Knoll will supervise an assistant technical training course *for were killed, reports ,Indicate.
J. lath planted cucumbers, peas and = superintendent, Lt Win- Air Force Security: Police.: }i!

''/TO* BOB a FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER. squash for fall marketing. r. rj i rorreai\; ton Keith; eight rangers, anda Knowles trained in security .._--- -------

PubMwraid Others are preparing land for' s VICI "tIC' secretary.: He will be in and law enforcement'.

t Published( each Thursday nd nttrad a*i OaMMmw at the Port Office at Stark*. Fto:under Act strawberries and winter "" charge of resource: management -, enabling him to receive "rItttissalrt
greens. There is also some'' of '
of Mwch 3, 1879. supervision public academic! i creditsThe
talk about a possible recreation and,, fiscal ,
man-
: Subscription raM in"edI.*.: Wparvaer: U.GOsIx months.. sweet. .AM slemen will'now to
corn deal next -< go
I spring. jj C n agementtMsouaderhesttperviston
J OuMfcto trad*SIM: .1 per,..: $4.00ulmcnhs.' ;i I EIeIIaD'AFB/AJaska.. fOr a-

Rhone 964-6305 '. Stalker Rio.tf 1 hope wen win be able loll! '"Mw .' as.lf..ds ....,;a rridei. ,, ) 14 ,r duty with a unit of the r
work out some of the problems TMedoieri h' ."+)t I tir'x'.&;A. ;.the.Magnollal, : Lake State ,Strategic Air Command.< ,'. .-

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';f'Mixon;'Switched" To Curriculum Job, Clay ASCS
Bradford
I j Large_Landowiieisiro videIncreased

Martha; Riherd Named LBE'Principal '

Offices Combined 1 ::Hunting Areas
July
LAKE BUTLER Swapping' Cason said he could have the I -Deleting the requirementthat ,
positions last'' week, the final report ready by Sept. 1 teachers must give jury LAKE CITY A cooperative.. issues the hunt permit ton the
positions o( Juhan Mixon board but he said' I The Bradford and the fall Butler area.: Type II area land
for review, duty monies back to the board I Clay sign-up period started' agreement between the Game II.
"The.: only major include
Type additions 67,000 acresIn
former principal of Lake' he there was .and i County ASCS offices were August 13
thought "very), allowing the teacher to and will continue and Fresh'' Water Fish difference between the two is' and
Butler Elementary: School, little to study, frankly"' '.keep the pay.Agreeing combined as of July 1, according through September 15. This Commission and several that we offer' a'little more- Bradford Baker Duval, Clay
and Mrs..u\;Martha Riherd, "It's Just stuff to run the- [ to adopt'a policy announcement this winter cover major landowners .will enforcement the. Counties,.,
protection on
district curriculum level Coordinator, were switched at the ,'ilchQOII' he said, adding that outlining the procedure for week by J. Warren Carver, 1 crops 1 forestry, and pasturepractices. provide a sizeable increase in Type I and the .'permit Maps and regulations for
{ fice could have the access to student records. county executive officer. .Persons
planning to hunting for said. .
Martin
by the Union school board. opportunities issuance, .the TypeII areas will be
final' Mr. Carver will be at the
finished before its of
-Approval school hours out
of
report carry any these con- north-east Florida sportsmen. ,
Additional lands in Type I. available from
Effective Aug. 31, Mixon landowner
adoption deadline of Oct. 1. for union School Clay County office on Tuesdayand servation
will server,as curriculum 4 County High practices this fall According to MaJor''Larry include the new 28,000 acre offices, with I information
The board hopes to approve' 8:20: a.m. to 3:11: Lake Thursday of each week are asked to ; Type -
coordinator!;and Mrs...Riherd p.m.; come by and signa Martin, Northeast Regional Cypress Creek area in' available from the
or disapprove the budget at its' Butler. Middle School, 8:20: while the Bradford office willremain request for
as principal of LB elementary cost-sharing Manager for the Commission, Hamilton County and a 45,000 office of the Game and Fresh
The.rlramfer' resulted next regular meeting which Is 'a.m. to 3:10: p.m. and Lake open five days a week before the September 15 through agreements with acre' addition to the Lake Water Fish Commission.
after Mixon was.charged by set for Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. Butler Elementary School, with Mrs. Freda Griffis in deadline. Owens-Illinois( Inc., Gilman ,
Supt. James Cason with ,j 8:20: a.m.,,to 3 p.m. charge on the days Carver is Growers are reminded thatas Paper Company, International -
misconduct and neglect of Also In the meeting, School ,in Green Cove. soon as performance is Paper Company
duties in his princTpalship. Board Attorney Wayne Dr It was also announced that completed on practices for end the Florida Departmentof Vote t w
Driggers which
have
they
The school board took no! Carroll informed the' board already been Offender Rehabilatation
approved, a report should be
action on Cason's recom- that collective bargaining Named To ,|made to the ASCS! office for approximately 263,000 acres
mendation that Mixon remainon hearings had been set for Judicial payment. of land have been included in
suspension under which the i I Sept. 2.Further. My Neighbors Tobacco'''growers are also' the Type I and Type II wildlife For VM
superintendent has placed action included: Advisory Committee I reminded that as soon as they management area program.
him. '-Adoption of an addendumto have completed selling their Martin explained the Type I
Board policy that outlines LAKE BUTLER Circuit crop, they should return their area is a public hunt area for
"I'enjo'ed, 'working at the!! procedures to go through to Court Clerk Robert A. marketing card to the office. which the Game and Fresh And
elementary school; I would complain about controversial has been appointedto Carver said the ASCS office Water Fish Commission I
like continue, but on the materials. Driggers Judicial Training -Advisory in both counties will be closed issues the hunt permit throughthe
other hand, the board and'' a Committee by Chief for Labor Day on Monday, tax collector and his
Supt.-- Cason make the decisionsNo Aluminum Bats Justice of the Supreme Court Sept 1. agents, while the landowner Elect r t.. t
4
matter where he' Adkins.
,James C.
(Cason) 'puts me, I'll serve'under' '
the
",' and work with any-;; Could Mean Adkins made in a letter dated appointment WQaoo $ ...
body, Mixon said.
July 30. Driggers is also

Cason Principal In a suspended letter of Lake dated Butler Mixon July Ele-30 as,|' Trouble If GripDeteriorates chairman committee association.of of the training clerk's \y 1 (Q$ O!JI! OOV(1JVfU. ( !J Jimmy [Pot: Liquor]


mentary School for "miscon- The committe "will advise
duct' and'"' willful neglect of softballor and make recommendation to S. 301 Lawtey ,... McRav
duties. Cason Own aluminum'
charged that an ..
chairman to the
(its ) as
11
Mixon', baseball bat Take
?
absent a
without
leave was second look at the handle if it educational needs and "It'll be a while before they Ladles Custom ;
twice during July and ,> )* .
; V.A
falsified rubber requirements of the respective ,,,, trust him on hb own, apparently. '
had sick has a one-piece grip
I a leave MadeHANDBAGS
of the ." MAN WELL QUALIFIED AFTER 10 YEARS OFEXPERIENa
report: At a special meeting and solid knob that is loose segments. .BLOUSES
deteriorated it couldmean judiciary. .SERVING. YOU ON THE CITY
Aug. .4, the quorum presentfaile'dLto worn or "
act' on Cason's trouble.. I '10 Value COUNCIL. YOU HAVE PLACED YOUR TRUST AND

recommendation that Mixon Have your Carpets and 95" CONFIDENCE IN ME FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS i
remain on suspension and be-- Two injuries and one deaf $11 12
2.s512c4
informed>: of his rights.Failureto have occurred when aluminum Furniture Hand-Cleaned AND|PROMISE TO CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU AS
take! .action reinstated1:' bats have detached from ''AN INTERESTED TAXPAYER LIKE YOURSELF. I
Mix .'. grips during a swing and have, Flower-Fresh I WILL NOT BE PRESSURED BY ANY SPECIAL INTEREST
The$9ho6l l board had settledout been propelled through the- I
>.f: court in October lastyear..a air, according to a report by Duraclearr LADIES 2 ... $1 200 GROUP'AND WILL VOTE FOR THE BEST
,$ law suit seek-' the Consumer Product Safety ;INTEREST' OF, ALL THE CITIZENS OF STARKE.
Ing i,1'4ue process..' The suit ti"Commission. Foam.Abwrption Process li guaranteed by. ,SLACKS
asked\ .;! 50,000 in ,damagesfrom The Parents' seal Recommended by 'A-o' A" .: Ladies
CiAson and each of four The CPSC is Issuing editors. of rouse Beautiful and House A S'lr-: .TOGETHER LET'S CONTINUE TO MAKE STARKE A
a warn-
school board members when Garden Endorsed by major carpel and it: .-ng r All Slzes'& ColorsPANTY
ing in the interest of public BETTER PLACE TO LIVE.
theyetbackedSupt.. Cason's furniture manufacturers Specified by \ 00
recommendation .that two health and safety check, urging consumers Interior, designers and home fumishingsretailers ........ 'a': HOSE 2 $1
to the rubber' (Call for a free quotation +_+ 'THANK
educators,not be rehired for YOU.
grips on their aluminum bats
anoUl r'iYear./ and to stop using those with URACLEAN BY OLIVER FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISEWHY
Also-at the meeting Cason
loose
torn or deteriorated McRae
reprinted that his 1975-76 budgetwith Jimmy
More
grips. than five million 496-2835
no contingency fund bats sold since 1968 could pose PAY MORE t
wad$12,000 out of balance. He :serious risks of injury, the '. .. j
saidi thai had,already cut six Commission reports. _, I
teachers, two secretary, one
maintenance and one custo- i QWOSiMSi W VXi HC a BKICJO MoQn KTCf VuaiTTO
dial''position. He said he was Airlite Aluminum Corp:,
working with last year's Belgrove Drive and Passaic
salaries. He said the slight Avenue, 'New'Jersey, has IMUSTRNOMOBILE ;
reduction from last year in the voluntarily agreed to repair
millage from 6.34 to '6.23.. free of charge any Airlite Open
'minimal still"" hurl '"Hitter's Pride" bat sent toSUMC02&3BR I
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SCRIMMAGE SET FRIDA Y NIGHT, Ii



75 Tornado Gridders Showing Steady ImprovementSTARKE ;a i




Injuries are surprise of the day was shown an improvement 'in strong tailback, has :1:1I
already plaguing the inexperienced sophomore Kenneth Cruger, their line play but need to demonstrated fine blocking :
Bradford gridders, who made several outstanding develop smooth response, skills from both halfback and
but Coach David Hurse feels plays from his defensive Hurse said. fullback positions."We .
that the team is showing linebacker position. Both quarterbacks Jimmy have put in nearly all I
steady improvement. Willie Perry was moved to Prevatt and Jackson Prevattare the offense we'll use for the
"Although I was not pleasedat defense end to fill the positionof handling the ball well and year. Now we must refine
all with our first day in the injured Keith Carter. getting their play execution work on our timing, and find
pads we looked much better In the defensive secondary down. Jackson, also workingat consistency in both our running '
than Tuesday" Hurse said. Hurse says that Jerome split end has grown accustomed and passing games," 1.'y'
All three injuries were Reddish, a senior cornerback, to the versatility Hurse said. (
sustained by defensive has turned in a satisfactory needed to play both positions.The "The rest of this week Is .
players causing them to lose performance to date. Also passing game is valuable to us as a squad for .pL
valuable practice time. Marty manning the improvement list showing only modest improvement we will learn who keeps going !
Russell who suffered an ear at BHS are Franklin Bell, at this time, but when the going gets tough. ,
injury requiring stitches; Arnie Gibson, and Charlie Hurse said that split ends Practicing twice a day is ru ,
Keith Carter, out with an Revels (who missed the first Prevatt, Kenny Hampton and rough on any ball player, high '
injured knee, and Emmitt week of practice). Erie Biggs are executing pass school to professional. Usually "
Bright,who has pulled a groin Hurse reports that Kenny patterns better and timing the people you will count on t"fl
muscle.All three are expectedto Aycox and Richard Lashleyare should be worked out within later to hold the game 4)
return to practice on adapting well to defense, the week. together turn out to be leaders !
Monday Hurse hopes. while splitting their time "Jimmy Clark has looked during this time," Hurse said.
"Other nagging injuries are between offensive and exceptionally powerful at The scrimmage alter
slowing down several boys but defensive maneuvers. fullback. He is running the Parent's Night is open to the;
we're gradually rounding into "Although young and ball hard and his blocking is public free of charge and will
shape, Hurse reports.In inexperienced, the the much better than I saw in begin about 8 p.m.
discussing the remainderof defensive squad shows great spring practice," The junior varsity, team
the defensive squad, Hurse potential but several key Andrew Carter, also a began its season practice-
complimented nose man Scott people must come through in junior fullback, looked better Monday, and Coach Bute':'
Pooser and linebackers order to meet the standardsset Tuesday than he has at any Redding encourages any ninth }"
Jimmy Clark, Curtis by last year's team," time so far.Tailback .or tenth grader still desiring
Crawford and Paul Jenkins on Hurse said.Offensive. Beaver DeSue has to come out for the team t.> '
a fine Tuesday practice linemen Steve picked up where he left off in contact him immediately. I Tornado linemen already getting tough on their second day of practice with pads.
Wayne Scott and Jay Ernest, Tommy Edwards, spring practice, Hurse
Godwin defensive tackles,, Perry Bryan Jeffrey Jockel, reported, looking particularly
also looked improved in the Bobby Smith Lee Casey, tough running the ball, and '
second day of pads. Hurse Gerald Simmons and appearing to be off to a fine UCH Tigers Depend On Speed Passing I
said that his most pleasant Lawrence Budgett have allStarke start. Kenny Aycox, also a ,

r fLAKE

BUTLER '. UnSn)*.f yr: said. a senior, and Glen Kemp, a The regularly scheduled 10
I Paint P.arent'sNight Set High Tiger footballers will be "We're hitting hard as ever, junior; and defensive ends games has been cut to nine
t.v.-t'f to the air, after a,running and the kids are working Timmy Whitehead and Billy this year.The schedule is west FLORIDA
For BUS GriddersAll attack that took them to hard," he said. Williams, both seniors. Cedric Naussau home,Sept. 12; P.K.
Center the Class 2-A state ,cham- Jones said the Tigers' past Warren, a defensive tackle Yonge.. away, Sept. 19:
pionship last year. record will help the team do last year, will return to the Chiefland away Sept., 26;
441 W. Madison St 9648181Ask parents of junior and 'Last year we ran a good well this year. linebacker spot this year, Hawthorne, away, Oct. 30 THEATRE
senior varsity football playersare bit, and threw a little. This "We have a winning along with Lanier Clyatt. Open, Oct. 10; Williston.
_
invited to attend the 1975Parents' For the offense, returning home, Oct. 17; Newberry,
--- -- year we'll have to throw a lot tradition that will carry a long Fri. Sat.
Night Friday, Aug. more and run some," said way," he said, adding, "The .starters are senior quar- home. Oct. 24; Santa Fe.
29, beginning at 7:30: in the' Head Coach Jack Jones at kids feel they have to win." terback Danny Hazen, senior home Oct. 31; Cross City;
high school gym.Refreshments. Tuesday morning's practice.The The Tigers went 10-0() in the tight end Timmy Whitehead home Dec. 7; Crescent City, ROBERT
team lost its top runner regular season,won two at the Junior offensive guard Dean away Dec. 14.
Randy Hodges will be Curtis Sirmons, who district level, then lost to Dukes senior running back The winner of the P.K R1I OIL ,
served and the program will graduated last year. Sirmonsran Monticello in the state Luke Smith and junior running Yonge, Hawthorned and
About The be short, says Coach David 'for 220 yards per game championship. They shut out back Sam Jackson, and Williston games will go to the ;
Hurse. The program will last year. d''ow seven of 10 opponents, and senior fullback L. W. Cum- state playoffs.Barber.
TAKER include introductions of Jones said Luke Smith will gave up only 26 points duringthe mings. TEK
NewSUNTEC'S varsity and junior varsity be taking Sirmon's place. He regular season.In Letterman but not starters Moved
ACTION team members, as well as said Smith is a little faster, addition to going to the last year, to the 33-man squadare G> A UNIVCIIMI PICTURE. 1,
officers of the BHS AllSportsClub. but not yet ready to move air, the Tigers will be using senior defensive tackle
To
AGAINST Varsity ,and J.V. through the lines. the wishbone offense and ,Brantley Crawford, senior Monster Man PLUS
scrimmages will be held afterward Despite the team's small nose-off defense they have defensvie and Curtis Addison, '2
C UfJ MILDEW under the lights. size,Jones said he anticipatesanother used before, Jones said. They sophomore defensive tackle GAINESVILLE. Bradford Guns
good season. will be stressing their winning Pop Alexander, junior County High School football ;
ACRYLIC HOUSE "Our team is small, but we defense again this year,. he defensive tackle Daryl star and now Gator footballer Of A Stranger
have more speed and a lot of Williams, freshmen Vernon Barber of Lawtey has
PAINT O enthusiasm. I think the boys said.Returning starters for the linebackers Michael Dukes, been shifted from his line- Sun. Mon. & Tues.. s sA
J working together,we can be a Tigers include defensive and Joey Norman, senior backer position into the mons-
"off winning ball club,*' Jones, cornerbacks: Jimmy Mobley, linebacker Theras Coney, ter position in place of senior "MEL BROOKS'

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Lawson, senior defensive
: 4 Wayne Fields, who still is
&' back- Ronnie Edwards, Jr., resting after knee sUrgery.:
All Types of Faint DeWitfC.: Jones' junior tight ends Danny Johns This is the 5-11, 212-pound
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I scrimmage has been set for Cost of the one-piece suit is Mama
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SOUND JUDGEMENT Fflsh -Fa" wlahrVEGETABLE Aug.29 at 7:30: p.m.The publicis W. and checks made out to
Invited to the free game. Bradford Middle School are PLUS
RYE Season tickets then. acceptable, Dottie Cranford.
GRASS This week's jamboree game physical education instructorat Ace HighSun
Support ought to determine what the the school said.
ft FLOWER Rere '0" team looks like, Jones said. Mon & Tuesfrom
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! Pole Vaulting- Preacher Finds a (. Probation .) HomeA


former Bradford High ville and after two short regimented. ligrapl1
pole vaulter has turned to the Confinement is
I ministry of months feels that he has"arrived" the purpose of the home, but
people hurdle helping young at an ideal situa Walters considers it more a
law-breaking
tion.
"holding station" where he
tendencies
in
a Virginia probation A4k'.nA can the before
: home for juvenile girls. t help youngster August 28, 1975 TELEGRAPII
Charles Anchor II is a private home, she gets into more serious Page 13
: Lynwood Walters,
furnished trouble.
nicely and
I son of Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peekof loosely

Starke, has taken over as
director of Anchor II proba- "They sense that someone Bradford Budget ApprovedSTARKE I
3 IndictedIn
tion home in Martinsville, Vir cares here, and react posi- ;
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ginia. tively to the approach we take -
Walters received his masterof Rape Case toward rehabilitation.. We Bradford proud of the little part I play in $125 million Bradford. Ac-
divinity degree at South- never worry about someone County's$1.658 million budgetfor county government." cording to Property AppraiserGene
eastern Baptist Theological -1t A escaping," Walters said. fiscal 1973-76 was given its Union county raised its Long the increase in
Seminary in. Wake Forest STARKE Two juvenileswere final stamp of approval millage by 5.5 mills, Clay by values comes from $1.8
N.C.,was ordained and served r'R indicted Monday by the At Anchor II Walters Monday in the usual routine 1.5. and Alachua County is million in new constructionand
Bradford Grand to Join
three years as assistant pas- Starke Jury a operates a staff of two male manner with no spectators looking at a 1.9 mill increase. reassessment of
resident Calvin Mar-
tor of a Danville N.C. church present.An .
and four female developing properties aroundthe
counselors '
before joining the staff of gin, Jr., in charges of rape. each with his earlier decision to back Bradford's new millage is county. Two examples of
Anchor II in May. such as recreation own education specialty, the county zoning board on its 4838 mills, down .033 mills new uses of property,
Although the job is not that All three allegedly com- reclassification for an from the 74-73 level of 4.871. resulting in increased
of a typical pastor, Walters mitted sexual battery upon a operating housekeeping budget, of etc.$120,000 The is apartment complex drew The new county budget is up assessments, are Conerly
definitely thinks of himself as 14-year-old girl July 29 near funded through state and local some 40 persons to the com- $44,000 over last year a 3.25 Estates off SR-16 northwest of
a minister. His ministry is the swimming pond on sources. mission meeting room. But per cent increase. Details of Starke and Hampton Oaks off
now concerned of with one small Mimosa Drive, according to spectators were present when the budget were worked out in US-301 south of Starke on
segment
girls who have society.teenage committed Starke police investigatorG.A. Walters still maintains a the spending bill came up for a three hour session on July 28 Hampton Lake.
timless crimes such vic-as Tomasovitch.The home in Danville where his final approval. after a preliminary session a Long said his office
wife Brenda teaches school week earlier on July 21... The recommended
"little
truancy or who are wards of Though it does not a
juvenile court. girl's brother ran to call but soon he expects to make a decrease mean a board took a hard line on rollback" to the commissionbut
His interest in counseling i police as the girl was bodily home in Martinsville. commission tax ,has the reduced county increasing spending. Budget that the board went still
dates 4 )' removed from the requests were whittled until
young people back to his swimming further.
days at Fur- hole by her captors and takento A brother Terry, Is working millage by .033 mills, or $4,125 the outgo came within the .
man University in Former BHS woods <>n .1 doctorate in mechanical in dollars. The commission expected income. 1
Greenville, pole-vaulting star Lynwood Walter finds nearby Tomasovitch its ; \:
S.C., where he did similar ministry In probation counseling at a South Carolina home said. engineering; at the Universityof prepared new budget using ?4i
work with the churches in the for girls Florida in Gainesville. His the same amount of tax The new general fund totals : ,.
Martin is being held in the sister, Mrs. Dee Canova, a dollars it used in 1974-75, but $929,619 on the income side --L...
area.Walters went to Furman on toward the ministry. and coun- tern gained a professional Bradford County Jail and the' housewive and former school since property assessmentshave with expenditures set at ...t2i11.{
a pole vaulting scholarship !seling. background in counseling juveniles are retained at the teacher, lives at Kingsley gone up some $8 million 901417. The Road and Bridge \ I", : :
after graduation from Brad-- As assistant superintendentof youth offenders. However, he Gainesville juvenile center to Lake. Stepsister Katherine i it took less millage to raise the Funds' totals $475,380, the Fine "
ford High, where he won state the Juvenile Detention Finds Anchor II vastly super- await arraignment and setting Peek is a social worker in same $597,270."I'm and Forfeiture Fund $241,619, _J J'

honors for his abilities. Home in Danville, N.C., Wal- ior to the experience in Dan- of trial date. Gainesville. and the Health Department. --.: i" ..
"Walters was a fine and kinda "proud of Budget $39,628.Balancing .
dedicated athlete starting in Bradford County, says Clerk the budget with
the seventh grade, one of the hreatened Rezoning Controversy Dies Gib Brown. "Counties all less millage was made 7- ,.

best I've ever coached. He and ; around us are going up in possible by an $8 million In- ........
millage and ,i'
reduced
we
Erwin Martin both pole ours a crease in property

vaulted 13'1" with the old steel Cardin little bit. It makes me kinds assessments, which now total "Mom felt a chill ."
Brothers
poles. Had he been using Withdraw ApplicationA I
fiberglass poles as we do now,
it's no telling how high he threatened rezoning to permit the Cardins to Steve Cardin, appearing which residents said would
could have jumped," said controversy died Tuesday fabricate septic tanks on the before the County Zoning have been created by a septic
f David Hurse, BHS athletic night when Cardin Brothers site, but met objections from Board, said that after tank manufacturing Elect
director.A withdrew their application fora some adjoining propertyowners. discussing the matter with operation. The Cardins w
major in religion and a change in classification The residents live in some of the "responsible" presently sell septic tanks but f
minor in sociology at Furman from BR to MS on property mobile homes in back of the persons opposing the do not manufacture them on y
helped Walters "firm up" the south or Starke on US301. Cardin Septic tank operationon rezoning, he had decided to the property. Joseph N.1fJoeWarren
direction he would take, The application was made land sold them by the withdraw the petition. Ob- Fred Sackett, Starke
Cardins.. jection was to concrete dust realtor
/ was given permissionauvciuov
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OFFICIAL BALLOT Injured Boy Still In Coma, rural classification) to BR from(business OR ()open on

three lots in Lake HamptonOaks )
FIRST PRIMARY' Local Bank Sponsors Fund subdivision and one
adjoining lot outside the
GENERAL ELECTION Joel is still in a coma, and "They have planned to subdivision, all fronting on City Commissioner
Gerald and Patricia Cress of move Joel to Shands Teaching U.S. 301.Sackett. .
Waldo are sleeping in the Hospital in, Gainesville so said that developersof :
Starke, Bradford County, Florida waiting room of a Savannah Cress can come back to work the subdivision had waivedthe Group 2
hospital, as they have been without leaving his wife aloneto first clause in their
,? SEPTEMBER 9, 1975 since the boy became the bear it, but the doctor says restrictions on these lots,
victim of a freak. highway he is just too critical l to limiting use .of lots in the I Will Endeavor To Be The Type Of City CommissionerThat
Initials of Is- accident on Aug. lQ.;'f move," said Robert Darrah, a subdivision to single family
< Accounts have been set close friend of the who residences. When
t il i suing Official up fmaily questioned
at the Community State Bankof is,! now keeping Wayne. by the board, he said he had no The People Want And At The Same Time
Starke, the First City Bankof immediate plans for the
r
; .: Gainesville and the The 'Waldo Fire Depart rty, but in the future

,r :..-: ";-.... ..!.. "'.; ....tf.( <;M." Jo u+!li .dkelf--+q'. wiw.gtl It:fiawtberne;:.Ba nfc*( u.,flMMi,1t1Io1lMlllt.o..e1".WitJrscp; :(Irt rpl i..Hpro t..: want ",to At,build.. _somemildingi. What ,Is. Best For:The City Of Starke.
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--.- -Signature------------------ concerned citizens may friends of the'Cresl-"amilY'7 ". .; "- '_" .. .' ...
of Elector I donate to the Cress family has begun an intensive effortto V3tie board gave filmpermission .- ....;
\ cause. The banks ask that any raise funds for medical' to advertise, out ,
J.! donations be marked "At- costs and to send Wayne and instructed Zoning Director MY LOYALTY WILL ALWAYS BE TO THE
Il tention: Joel Cress Fund." Robin to school. L.M. Gaines to notify other

a:: I Russ's Sheet Metal, where "Clothes have already been property owners in the sub-
Cress works, has already donated for the girl, and theboy's division of the proposed CITY OF STARKE
letter.
raised some funds, and a clothes were bought change by registered
OFFICIAL BALLOT t with some of the we
money
in Savannah is
church buying Approval was given to O.J.
have collected far. Thank

3$ FIRST PRIMARY during the: couple their dinner hospital each vigil.night God pair, someone of shoes even so for donated Wayne,a" change Norman's in classification petition for from a 1. Let's Plan and Make A Model City Of Starke.

OR to BS
on of
property west
Joel has been unconsciousat Darrah said.
GENERAL ELECTION Memorial Medical Hospitalin The Waldo Fire Departmentis auto Lawtey repair for shop.operation of an 2. Let's Keep Our Quiet Neighborhoods
Savannah. He has had holding a fish fry Saturday
Starke, Bradford County Florida extensive brain surgery, in Sept. 6, beginning at noon to Also approved Ralph'rBryan's

which skull fragments were raise funds for the fmaily.The permit to have application a real estate for 3. Let's Be Concious Of The Future and
SEPTEMBER removed along with the department is depending
: 9, 1975! on office in his home on SR-230.

Initials of Issuing portions learning 'of and the memory brain. bank The local many of merchants the items needed to donate for Gaines reported that August Of The Things That Will Cost Us Money

Official family is still hopeful that his the fish fry so that more cash has continued the upward
condition will improve. Joel dollars may go into the fund. trend in building permits
turned 11 on Aug. 13 unawareof which started last June. The Thanks
his birthday. months of June and each
SAMPLE .------------- Loretta Marchant July
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The Cress its
family was on ran over $500,000, and the
way back from a visit with August total was 1424.650
Wins CertificateIn
relatives in North Carolin through Tuesday,Gaines said. Joseph N. (Joe) WarrenTeacher

when, coming upon an ac- Badcock DrawingMs.
cident about 15 miles out of August permits included 22
Jesup, Ga., pulled off the road mobile homes, for $105,300; 14 Vo-Tech
to see if they could help. Loretta Marchant, 557 conventional homes, $275,750;
OFFICIAL BALLOT Finding their help unneeded, N. Walnut Starke, was the miscellaneous repairs, etc., National Guardsman
they headed back across the winner of a $50 gift certificatein $38,600; and one poultry (Paid Political Adv.) .
FIRST PRIMARY road to their parked car. the recent Badcock Home house, $5,000. Fees collectedup BA Degree Industrial Education
Furnishing Centers Spring to date in August totaled 8/28 I/IP
As Joel stepped up onto the Value Spectacular drawing.The $1,146.50. -
GENERAL ELECTION pavement, a van drove by,
stiklng him above the eyes
Starke Bradford with its rearview mirror, and gift certificate is GENERAL
County, Florida drove on. Joel lay on the redeemable on the home REVENUE @
SEPTEMBER pavement'unconscious, with furnishings of Ms. Marchante's SHARING ACTUAL USE REPORT
9
1975 two small fractures.The choice. .

To vote for a person whose name is printed on the driver of the van did GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PROVIDES FEDERAL FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS. YOUR GOVERNMENT MUST PUBLISH 1
ballot; mark come back, but was not THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1. 1974. THRU JUNE 30. 1975 .
a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of charged by the t highway patrol There were a total of 160 THIS IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENT'S PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE FUNDS
the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. I due to lack .of evidence of winners, including 16 overall SHOULD BE SPENT. NOT!: ANY COMPLAINTS Of DISCRIMINATION' IN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BI SENT TO THE OFFICE OF REVENUE
prizes and one for each of the SHAMING.WASHINGTON 0 C. 20226'I .

CITY CLERK I Meanwhile, the Cress 144 Badcock stores in the ACTUAL EXPENDITURES THE GOVERNMENT
For Two Years $11,000 drawing.ramm 1 HHI"tPTcJI'f: CITY
Vote .. finances dwindle. Mr. Cress : (CATEGORIES) (BI) CAPITAL MAINTENANCE 0. I .
has now been away from work
Nar.eenMG.na. Ravanua SlIarong
011.o more than two weeks, and 1 PUILICIAfITY r) S .t=5J 95b ,
S <' paymanillel.llng
MERRILL lOOt KfElt. e
EDWARDS Joel's sister Robin/ 14, 1eol17c

requires regular EEG exams ..- ...-.. aeon I'NVIIIONMIN'fAL"O'flcT10N: S S dunngth.pnodlromJulyI.1974thrujun.30.1515"
due to a childhood: Illness _ao.aaa w V ACCOUNT N0. 10 ,2. 0U4 0,02'fIWlII'OIITATION
.' I PlJILIC
CHIEF OF POLICE costing the family $2004300 SEWE R PIPES S S HAI'1PTDfi CITY
For each time. Joel brother \ 6'7
Two Years' Vote for One Wayne 12 requires plastic DRAIN FIELDS 4 HEALTH $ S C I TCLEPIS < "

surgery for ,burn scars .
from butane lamp $5, HAHPTlJrf FLORIDA 32044
resulting a RECREATION'
JIMMY BOWEN_ accident two years ago Metal S S ( "t+ t'.'" t

.Mr: Cress does not'' have'' ... Exclaif 8 UB".IS"" S S ,.
JESSE Dr BRANS r health insurance: on ,, hiS .2226 N. Temple .. )":>
.r'j."I Starke 7 SOCIAUllIVlCes CAGED
family., fOR Oil 1'00"' S S "
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For Two Years For Group 2 Maybe We,Can Help You Move I Into.A 2 or 3 BR S ,,1.8.nca.loIJun.30.1174,1' '.j ""

Vote for One 11 SOCIAL 2. Rev.nua Sharing Fundi. t. ...
SNMCOHOME DEVELOPMENT S lIacavedlromJull/.1114IhruJuna30.,5'S, 'oJJ 9 56 .

MCRAEOSEPH 12 HOU/INOSCOM- 3. Inla,.., Recalved
Within Just A Matter of Days MUlitIT'l'' DIVELOIANIR S
01 Cedlled (July I. 1974 thin June 10. 1171)) S
SUMCO HOMES Are Built Under The Southern II ECONOMIC 4. Funds franOWlWHon. .' .
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_ Janice Loft and John E. Wvckoff Wed July 11 -.. ...-._ u .. ........._ _____ _. ""' _

Miss Janice Lott daughterof were accented- with white with a white- lace r-it;
Mrs. Sammie Fowler of accordian lace edged with white linen cloth over SPccialjfaJy Jf
,
of Jacksonville Hampton,and and P.H.John Lott E.Jr hemline appliqued, which daisies.flowed into The achapel mums a large, arrangement yellow was centered of white with 64.fide: lfflte WJ !

Wyckoff son of Mr. and Mrs. ength train also roses and white sweetheart
Stanley Wyckoff of Miami featured corresponding lace cake was decorated tapers.with The ( Wooly SocUty dory
were married July 11 at 7:30: and daisy trim.
the She daisies and doves and was ____ '" T ________ __
p.m. at Lake Bedford wore a white picture hat topped by the
traditional
home of Mr. and Mrs. JosephE. trimmed with daisies and a and bride

Cox Jr. long yellow ribbon. Her opposite groom end of replicas.the table The Mrs. K. C. Bullard HonoredAt
held a io
The Rev. Jim Wagner bouquet of daisies
yellow cut glass punch bowl .
performed the ceremony I sweetheart roses and a fruit-filled Ice featuring f .
written by the bride andgroom greenery, tied with a satin Mrs. Joseph ring.E. Cox Jr. Luncheon Last FridayMrs. :
under a natural archway bow, completed her attire. greeted
of oak trees near the A reception, held on the and kept guests the at bride's the reception H.M. Hatcher Jr. The luncheon tables on the,
water's edge. lower deck of the Cox home book. entertained at a luncheon Friday patio were covered with white I '
Steve Elwood presented a followed the Assisting in serving was at her home on East Call linen and cutwork cloths and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin Mrs. Nell McDonell and Chief W-O A Francis Paul
of piano music Hanging baskets of ceremony. Mrs. Richard Elwood. Street honoring Mrs. Kennedy centered with crystal swans and daughter, Barbara, and sons, Rob and C.R., of Tampa U.S.N. Ret. and Mrs. Paul hadas
before program during and after the fern and bouquets asparagus of white the Following island wedding trip to C. Bullard of St. Augustine. which held periwinkles and Mrs. Lola Johnson spent last were weekend guests of Mr.. guests their daughter;' Mrs.
and of Martinique in the Mrs. Bullard's sweetheart roses.. week at Sanibel Island. and Mrs. RP, McLendon. John H. Zanella and twin
mums
ceremony. yellow sweetheartroses French husband
West Indies, the, Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher III children, Nicole and Steven, of
Michael Wyckoff Miramar were used in the decor. Brig. Cen. Kennedy C. Bull- ,
attended his brother as best The bride's table, covered Gainesville.couple will reside in ard is the new Adjutant Generai -, Mrs. R.G. Paterson and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E.H.' Registerof Mrs. A.J. Barry, Adrienne Shelton, Conn. While here they
Donald Rardon assisted Orlando weekend and Drew, and Mr. and Mrs World
man. Donald Lott, brother of Florida National Guard. in were visited Disney Silver
the bride served as usher. Seasonal flowers were used serving and caring for the guests of Mr and Mrs. Henry F.H. Kramer returned Tuesday Springs and other points of
The bride's aunt Mrs. C.W. St. Marks Women Held Fashion: throughout the party rooms.. guests. Godwin after two weeks visit with interest. The Pauls also had as
friends and relatives In Penn-
Other out-of-town visitors Mrs. Paul's
guests nephew,
Slade, was matron of honor. Guests were invited to the
were Mrs. Charles R. Willis Little Bill Hamilton, son of sylvania and Ohio. and
She wore a long gown of Show And Luncheon SaturdayThe buffet table by Mrs. L.N. Mr. Mrs. Vincent
featuring short Pickering. The St. Augustine, whose husbandis Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton, Madonna and children of Ash-
yellow crepe dining table
Brig. Gen. C.R. Willis is visiting his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen
land, Pa. and'Mr. and Mrs.
belled sleeves trimmed with Women of St. Marks tables was overlaid with a white
were centered
with assistant adjutant general otrthe Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Hamilton, and daughters, Erika and
white lace. A bodice of white Church held small Army-Navy table cloth and Albert Holton and daughter of
Episcopal a vases holding clustersof Florida National Guard in Orlando this week. Alisha, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lakeland.
voile featured an overlay fashion show and blue centered with an
delightful hydrangeas.! arrangementof ot Marion
and Mrs. Sarah B. Barton Harrington and
flocked with white and multi-colored
green flowers.tiny She carried a Parish luncheon House Saturday on Church in the crystal bowl. day lilies in a Atlanta, mother of Mrs. Mr. and l Mrs. Ray Ward of of daughters, Karen and Lauran, Mrs., Bonnie Bergendahland

long-stemmed bouquet of Street. Following the luncheon a Hatcher. Cocoa Beach spent last week Daytona Beach spent the. family of Windom, Minn.
daisies, yellow sweetheart fashion show was held using with their daughter and weekend at Disney World. were guests last week of Mr.
roses and greenery, which The mantel In the receptionroom the vacation, easy-living Christie Riggs Honored At Bridal Shower family, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin..
was tied with a satin bow held a fan shaped theme. Women members of Welty., Mr. and Mrs. Marlie San- While here they all visited Sea
featuring long streamers.The arrangement of pink, white, the church,all ages, fashioned derson of Fort Pierce spent World. Disney World and St.
bride, given in red and yellow gladioli, cala clothes from local departmentstores. elect Miss Christie Riggs, bride- Irom material of the bridesmaids Banana split sale, 45c this the first of the week with her Augustine.Jean .
honored dresses. This
was
at was
her father lilies, pompoms and carna- a bridal parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.G.
marriage by ; worea shower week at Mr. B's Sandwich
gown of white taffeta tions interspersed with lea- Approximately 125 guests Madison Friday Street night at the holders flanked with by white crystal candle Shop on N. Temple Avenue, Denmark after which they are Whiffen spent the
complimented by a white voile ther leaf fern The dining enjoyed the affair. Church Baptist The table tapers.covered Starke. going to the Smoky Mountains weekend with Sandra Penn-
overlay which was flocked gift was for two weeks vacation. Fol- 'I ington in Jacksonville: The

with daisies. It was styled Junior Woman's Club To Meet Sect. 2 Lawson Hostesses, Mrs.were Harold Mrs. David Epps, with pattern a linen and held cloth an with umbrellaat daisy Miss Patti Williams of lowing their vacation they will girls will be roommates. at
with an empire waist line and move to Tallahassee where FSU in the fall.
Framingham Mass is
Mrs. P.T. Nolin end of and visit-
Mrs. R.O. one the table a
the bodice was accented with The Junior Woman's Club secretary and Mrs. J.C.. Dansby Mrs. Merle Pack- bride doll at the other end. ing her grandparents, Mr. and Marlie will enter the FSU graduate -
short cap sleeves. The held its annual membership Dukes, treasurer. ham, Jr., Mrs. to Mrs. Mack Williams, from school of Urban and Mrs. Janet Turner 'spend
Tommie Corsages were presented
scooped neckline and sleeves luncheon Afterwards the Regional Planning for two Saturday and Sunday with her
on Saturday, August guests were Thomas; Mrs. Leaton Morgan the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Wednesday to Sunday.

the home of invited to enjoy the daughter, Kay Turner, in
23 at Mrs. J.C. pool. Mrs. James Blalock, John Riggs, and Mrs. Gerald years. ,.
Religious Classes Dukes. The first meeting will be Mrs. Marie Siemer and Mrs. Williams, mother of the pros- Local admittances to Brad- Jacksonville. fr
The side luncheon held on 2 ford Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green
pool was Tuesday, Sept. at 8 Gary Osteen. County Hospital this
enjoyed by Juniors and their p.m. at the club house. The refreshment table pective groom. attended week include: Hiriam Ben- and children of Tallahassee Mr, and Mrs. R.R. Turnip-

Begin Sept. 21 prospective members.The covered with a lace cloth over was between Forty-five the guests hours 7:30: and nett, Mrs. Shirley Spencer, spent the weekend with Mrs. seed, Jr. of Fort Pierce are
summer theme of Edwards Mrs. Lois Lex Green. Tuesday toThursday guests of
Family white satin and centered witha 9:30 Thigpen, Gary
:
At St. EdwardsRichard p.m.Eugene Dr. and Mrs. H.H.
.spring bouquets and ivy white and yellow fabric Stephens, Mrs. Myrtle Harris, Adanps.
carried out the decorations.The Reunion flower made Mrs. Dottie Wilson, Donald Mrs. Ovid Bennett of Jack-
31 arrangement
Aug. Pearsons
Welty presided at luncheon was followed bya Thornton, Herman Nettles sonville visited her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alogna
,
the meeting of St.. Edward's briefing of club activities by Wood Mrs. Nannie Thomas, Mrs. Mrs. F.J., Shaw, over the and family of Cheshire Conn.
Parish Council held Monday the president, Mrs. Robert The reunion of the family of Cathy Celebrate 25thAnniversary Julia Thomas and Mrs. Lillian weekend.Mr. are spending this week'' with

evening August 25, in the Autry. Lacy R. and Lula Dyal Ed- Norman, Starke; Mrs. Bessie her mother, Mrs. Gladys] 'Weldon -
Parish Hall.Reverend. Mrs. Autry introduced the wards will be held August 31 And Daryl Hilliard Aug. 21 Browning and Mrs. Sarah and Mrs. Joe Smith and and family.
Richard Bowles, 1975-76 officers: Mrs. Carolyn at Blue Gospel Music Park, Stafford, Raiford Donald children of Williston were
Pastor, outlined plans for the Sapp, first vicepresident, Mrs. Lawtey. Wedding Aug. 29 Wise and Mrs. Mary; Dinkins weekend guests of Mr. and Lt. and Mrs. R.G. Thornton
religious education classes Chris Wilson, second vice- All friends and relatives are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pear- Lawtey. Mrs. Marc Jackson. Calif. have::!been>
'which will begin on Sunday, president, Mrs. Linda Hicks, invited to attend and bring a son celebrated their 25th transferred to Athens Ga

September 21, at 9:30: a.m. basket lunch. Miss Cathy Wood and Daryl wedding anniversary last Bobby, Erin, Jennifer and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns where Thornton will attendthe
Sunday Mass will be cele- Sororities To Meet Lunch will be served at 1 Hilliard will be united in Thursday night with a party at Michael Case of Lake City are will visit her parents Mr. and Naval Supply Corps Schoolfor
brated at 11 a.m. during the p.m. marriage tomorrow (Friday, their home given by Mr. and visiting their grandmother, Mrs. B. McBroom in Barns. six months. Mrs. Thorntonis
i school season, beginning Sept- Next Week August 29) at 8 p.m. in the Mrs. Tom Tatum, Jr. and Mr. Mrs. Lou Struth, this week. yule, Ga. over the long weekend the former Gerri Moo y.
ember 21. M. Beachs First Baptist Church. and Mrs. Frank Camp. .
Mrs. Lester Humphries Chapter members of XI Iota A reception will follow in the Assisting in serving were, Miss Sharon Sofford of Mr. and Mrs. John filler,
reported on liturgical plans Delta and Gamma Theta of To Celebrate 25th Church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Greg Lafoone, Mrs. Tallahassee Is guest this week Mrs.Jenell Dyal and daughter Mary Anne and Kevin.',sbenl
for the future, including altar Beta Sigma Phi sorority held All friends and relatives are Stanley Fedak and Mrs. Celita of Miss Jean Mundy at Kings- Joan, attended the Peter Thursday to Sunday at St.
gift bearer, reader and Beginning Day last Sunday at Anniversary 31 invited to attend. Lee. Their granddaughter, ley Lake. Hantz forum on new natural Petersburg Beach. They'were
user schedules. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Robin Tatum, and Michele looking hair styles in the joined by Mrs. Miller's bro
Richard Pernmi gave infor- Arthur Patray on Lake Lee kept the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Pavillion Room of Hotel Hilton ther-in-law and sister Mr. and
mation on parish maintenance Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Miruel Lamar Mrs. Wainwright, The refreshment table featured visited relatives in Pearson, in Jacksonville Sunday Mrs. W.M. Meng, and
progress and status of Satur-. Members and their families Beach will celebrate their 25th a 25th anniversary cake Ga. over the weekend. afternoon.Mr. daughter, Dana, of St. Peters-
day night Bingo games. enjoyed swimming, ice cream wedding anniversary at a Recent Bride baked and decorated by their burg.
Mrs. Permni encouraged and cake during ,the af- reception Sunday August 31,' daughter, Mrs. Linda Tatum. Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. and Mrs] J.W. Weaver
parish support for the Arts ternoon. from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Among the 40 guests attend- Wooten had as visitors Mr. and family of Walterboro, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Paul G.'Brown'
and Crafts Bazaar planned for Tickets for the Owl Prowl Women's Club of Starke. Luncheon'HonoreeMrs. ing were their brotherinlawand and Mrs. Tom Ritch, Jr.. of' spent'the weekend with his 'and son, 'Palmer; were"Vacationing -
September 26 and 27 next doorto scheduled for October 25 were Mrs. Beach is the former sister Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Jacksonville over the weekend mother, Mrs. Frank Weaver- the past month\ Ger-
the Bradford County Tele-- given to members to sell. Miss Virginia Carmichael of David Wainwright, a Mozingo of St. Stephen, S.C.BIRTHS and Mrs. Thelma Mendoza Sr. ton, N.C. "

graph office. Xi Iota Delta will hold their Starke. recent bride,was honored at a of Jacksonville from
Mrs. Welty was named first meeting Sept. 2 at the All friends and relatives are luncheon last Friday at the Sunday to Tuesday. Bill Jackson and Miss Pris- Gill Brown has returned
Parish Hall Chairman and home of Harriet Bryan. invited to attend. Spindrifter Restaurant in cilla Stalnaker are visiting from a month at Camp Hock-
will have charge of hall rental Gamma Theta will meet Orange Park given by Mrs. Charlie Green returned to Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley mont for Boys at Black Mountain -
for social purposes.; Sept. 8 at the home of Sue P.G. Felos and Mrs. Gus his sophomore year at Central in Hollywood this week. N.C. While there he won
Parish building plans will be Little. Kopelousos of Starke and Mrs. Florida Community Collegeon several awards in water ski
further discussed at the'meet The annual vacation auction week Banana split sale, 45c this Ted Panos of Fernandina Mr and Mrs. Travis Woodsof Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stein- I ing at Camp Ahoy, N.C'II';;;
I ing scheduled for September will be held by both chaptersat at Mr. B's Sandwich Beach. Starke announce the birthof meyer, Mr. and Mrs. F.V.
22 in the parish hall. their first meeting. Starke.Get Shop on. N. Temple Avenue The 14 guests were seated at a son, Jason Andrew, born Banana split sale, 45c this Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa
a long table where the centerpiece August 14 in the Alachua Gen- week at Mr. B's Sandwich Mark Herlong of Jacksonville spend Friday Tuesday1'with
was an arrangement of eral Hospital. Grandparentsare Shop on N. Temple Avenue were Sunday visitors of their' her sisters, Mrs. O,L. Beasleyand
L mixed summer flowers. Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Joynerand Starke. mother; Mrs. W.F. Herlong. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid.. :

/ The hostesses presented the Mrs.,Lennie Woods. Mr. and Mrs. James C. \
honoree with a hand embroidered Shaw of Putnam, Conn were Dr. and Mrs. Jack Young of Mrs. Jewell Crawford and
Mrs. S.G. Denmark returned
framed, plaque of Jacksonville were Sunday
DUPLICATE BRIDGE visiting her parents, Mr. and
the Sunday from three weeks tour
honoree's wedding invita- evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R.M. McRae, last week.
CLUB RESULTSMrs.
to tion as a memento of the Mrs. C.G. Hill. of the Scandinavian countries.
occasion O.A. Johnson and Bernice -
: Brinke the Mrs. H.L. Tolbert of Lake
were winning Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green
Mr. and Mrs. James
couple at Duplicate Bridge City spent the first of the week Thrasher and Traci and daughter, Anita, and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. with her son-in-law and daughter,
know.A.J. .Tuesday night. J.H. Fields spent the weekendat
Jo Winder Ga.
,
Art Watana were second and !daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David are visiting Merritt Island and visited
Mrs. E.W. this
Hayes week.
Mrs. H.F. Strickland and Mrs. Montgomery.Mr. Mrs. Fields' sister, Mrs.
Loeb Duncan 'were third. Harold Ford, in the nursing
4jL .and Mrs. Eddie Robbinsand Mrs. Wayne Harper and home. ;
00*+ 40**&<*00lO i daughter and Mrs. Ernest son, Timmy Mrs. Walter
I Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Shepj i j Moore of Lauren, S.C. were Frick and son, Dennis, and Mr. and
Mrs. J.M. Edwards
pard, Kevin and Holly of ,weekend guests of Mrs. W.B.. Mrs. Ricky Frick and son,
f Demopolis, Ala. spent the ]Mundy at Kingsley Lake. Ryan, were tubing down the Sr. and granddaugh.ter -
weekend with their mother Ichetucknee River on Satur- Kell Thomas, of Jackson-
f andMrs. ville visited Marineland ;and
Mrs. Kate Sheppard. Mr.- day.
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson St.
Augustine last Thursday.
M.H. Sheppard of BrunsI,returned Wednesday from
wick Ga. joined the family on Archie Green of Miami will
I |two: weeks visit with their
son, Mr.and Mrs A.J. Eaves and
spend the weekend
long with
Sunday. ]Bud Lawson, In Marion N.C.
c < his mother, Mrs. L.J. Green. family and Mr. and Mrs. L.C.
.a Early visited Silver Springslast

Thomas, Jr. >F Closed Labor Mr and Mrs. R.W. Douville Thursday on Jay Eaves'
Director Day of Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. 12th birthday.
Lloyd Grider of St. Simons
Island Buddy Grider of Fer Mrs. Roy Ward of Lake City
nandina Beach and Mr. and visited her mother, Mrs. S.L.

W.N. Robinson Home Grown 'Yellow Mrs. R.H. Grider of Starke Peek, Sr. on Friday.

were Sunday dinner guests of
Director Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grideron
By Jim Lawson 25'u Mrs. R.H. Grider's birth- Mr., and Mrs. James
SQUASH day, O'Brian of Jackson, Tenn. are

Two good r Mon* to lot Guaranty FodWol'torvo you SEAVER BREAKS r visiting her grandmother,
A RECORD Mr.'and Mrs. Lucian Johnsof Mrs. Vergle Barksdale. .at
These two*ucce* ful men arc on tlM Board of Director*of Guaranty Tom Saver, the talented i Georgia Jacksonville and granddaughter Hampton Lake and Mr. and
Federal' Saving and Loan Association. right hand pitcher for the Danielle Starling,' Mrs. Lee Sparks1 this week.

They offer.Invaluable' help In guiding Guaranty VMtoral*we>trv N.w York Mets, broke the APPLES were Sunday visitors of Mr.

theroxpandlng community... Two more good. repeonato MR*at record for the most strike- and _Mrs. Maxie ,Carter, Sr. (See page 111
Guaranty Federal.Qot outs In a row when lie .
famed the lot 10 batt.rs to .

to. know the friendly' people at Oucranty Foooral. taco him In a baseball f fgamu '4 LBS..For $100' ,
between the .
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1.7'',%' '.*>'%" Year .000 Certffleete: the record for the most PEANUTS LB. 473.3193
82%, S..15'%" NO.yf.0oo( CertHloM. strikeout In a nine-Inninggame
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that's. some pitching! He
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Savings&Lxwi Association keep pitching the very best !
service that we can offer to ''N 69C A Large Variety Green Plants'1"
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>} :' Annual Florida Folk Festival CHURCH ACTIVITIES shower for Mrs. Joseph o visited their brother and ,Jacksonville on Saturday

1 CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Starling in the RecreationalHall LAWTEY sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. night. Miss Gail Dixon,
f. Set For LaborDay, Weekend School 10 a.m., Worship at the church on Friday G.W. Rivers of Graham, on daughter, of Capt. and Mrs.
Services 11 am. and 7 p.m., night. They played two Saturday. Mrs. Rivers had Wm C. Dixon, and Jamees
YPE Wednesday 7:30: p.m. games, after which Mrs. By Elizabeth Terry been a patient in Bradford Buchanan, of Cocoa were
A focal man will be performing festival stage near the food Starling opened her gifts. married. .
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Orlando during the week. County Hospital,Starke, but is
and Mr. and Mrs.
in the 23rd Annual and crafts Taylor
r area.Programs
J CHURCH School There were 25 ladies present. Mr. and Mrs. ;J.F. Robert.
: Sunday 10 Dick Thomas of Jackson- home now and is slowly improving
Florida Folk Albert Lock and other .
} Festival at the Friday and Cola
Refreshments of Pepsi and Mrs. Edith Swinney
t Services son
a.m., Worship 11 ville and Tommy Harper of .
t Stephen Foster Center in relatives in Hanover, Ind.
will
Saturday, Aug. 29-30 .
served.NORTHS1DE
and and cake were attended a Family Birthday
a.m. 7:30: p.m., Prayer Starke, visited his grand- Upon arriving home from
White this Labor Day begin at 10 a.m. and 1:30: and 7 BAPTIST Mr. Lock went later and all for
Springs Meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl their vacation Hanover, Ind., Party Sunday afternoon,
p.m. The Sunday program will FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH: Sunday school 10 Prevatt, on Friday.Mr. enjoyed family get togetherson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock and their Grandson, Adam North,
W.B. McKinney will play his open at 10 a.m. and extend Radio a.m., Worship Services 11, both sides. They enjoyed who four old on
was
: Program over and Mrs. Randy Blom family found a beautiful cake years
aunt
violin at visiting an Mrs. Rennie
Saturday 2:30: at through mid-afternoon .
p.m. WPXE Starke a.m. : Prayer 26.
8 a.m. Sunday. and from baked Mr. and August
son spent Saturday by Mrs.
the Wednesday Adams of Bedford who is
new Stephen Foster Ky.
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship) Meeting 7:30: p.m... August 9, until Tuesday in old. Russell Bryant with the words Mr and Mrs. David Albert
dedicated amphitheater which will be w CuCPCpD( ; trWE Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. August 17 Ben Outlaw Navy Cleveland, Va., with their 94 years Leonard Melton and written on it "WELCOME and son of Jacksonville, spent
tomorrow morning \ Man, of Green Cove Springs, Mrs. with their ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday and Saturday parents
i uncle and aunt, Mr Mrs. HOME LOCKS.
her mother, Mrs.
at
9:30. Alvarez will daughter
: Gregory him .'G: J Lt 'il L4;, 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. was the guest speaker. Frank Smith and family. They Louise Messer; and Lee of The three sons of Major and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith, and
the son
accompany on piano. ,
GRACE UNITED August 24th, Ben Robertson spent the rest of their vacation Mrs.James S. Dougherty, and other relatives.
Park in
KOAIn
Dance groups, singers tale il'.0 METHODIST: Sunday School of Jacksonville Beach was the I other relatives. Orange camped Dougherty
of
visiting grandsons, Col. and Mrs.
tellers, craftsmen, and Seminole : speaker. Rev. Jim Hall, Kissimmee, for four days Chrlstorher:
9:45a.m.: ,Worship Services 11 guest Mr. and Mrs. Wayne in Wm. Wilson were in a fashionshowatlvey 7th Birthdaywith
Indians from states including and went sightseeing
New York, New Jer- a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir pastor, will be back on August Massey and family spent a Disney World in Orlando. 'sot Jacksonville, a family party at the
Practice 7 and United 31. few with their home of his grandparents,
North and South Caro- p.m. days parents, Dee Dee Mincey, of on Saturday.Mrs.
sey lina Methodist Fellowship 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley of N.C. grand- Wyolene Day and son Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson.,
Georgia, Maryland Fayeteville
p.m. Wednesday. Bushnell spent a few days of Jacksonville" Friday Mrs. Louise Thompson of
Missouri of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Virginia, Tennesseeand daughter
the District of Columbiaare 0 United Methodist Women LAWTEY SCHOOL, with their uncle aad aunt, Mr. McCulley, spent a week with overnight guests of her Tampa, spent Friday with her
met at the home of Mrs. NEWS and Mrs. D.L. Hogue, of mother, Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey, cousins, Mr. and Mrs. ,J.F.
to Mr.and Mrs. Watts and
expected perform at the Barry
School will at 9 a.m. on
Frances Hamilton on Tuesday open Fairmount, Ga. and bother-in-law and sister Robertson.Mr. .
Lee.
event. August 19. There were 12 Tuesday, September 2. The Vernon Teston and son, of Barry Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock'sson Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown and .and Mrs. E.W. Williams
Major programs will be on ladies present. Mrs. Geo. hours of the Lawtey Little Rock, Ark. came Cynthia. and son of Wellborn were
Foster the stage of the new Stephen Roberts, president, in charge. Elementary school day are Friday, August 15, and Joe, received, the most Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson Sunday dinner guests of their
amphitheater. Mini- Mrs. Frank Coss gave the from 9 a.m. 3:30: p.m. carried his parents, Mr. and outstanding 4-H Club Boy attended a Garden Wedding at uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
concerts are set for the old The price of a school lunchis award for 1975 for Jefferson and Lamar.
devotional.Mrs.Hermie Kelly Mrs. Lonnie Teston home the Trout Estate in Hubert Priest
had charge of the program. 50 cents. Students paying a with them on Saturday and County, Indiana. He entered ,
BROOKERIN After the meeting adjourned, reduced price will continue to they spent a\week with the 23 Projects and received 22
a luncheon was served. pay 20 cents. There will be no family. While there they wentto blue ribbons and nine trophiesfor
BRIEF HIGHLAND BAPTIST tickets this year but students Hot Springs! Ark. sight- them.
CHURCH: Sunday School who wish to pay weekly or !seeing.. He brought them home Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers of What do
Bass tournament winners, 9:45a.m.: Worship Services 11 monthly may bring their Sunday and Vernon left Auburndale visited their can you
By Jeannette Prescott H.F.. Wiggins and R.F. a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer money to the cafeteria on the Monday for home. lie went sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews
Bryant.As Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. first school day of the week. through Mobile, Ala. and recently. She went home with
SCHOOL NEWS The ladies of the church The faculty and staff are stopped overnight with Mr. them and they went to when you want
The new school term will were hostesses for a stork very appreciative of the and Mrs. Harold Beasley and Tallahassee and visited their
,start Tuesday, Sept. 2. School the Bassmasters laun landscape work at the front family. son-in-law and daughter; Mr.
hours will be the same as last ched their boats at Rodman entrance. Parents and citizenscan Vernon Moblc>'s mother, and Mrs. Keith Brockman, ?
year, from 8:30: a.m. to 2:30: Friday evening, Aug. 22, they HAMPTONAREA be proud of the efforts of Mrs. Viola Mobley of Haxley, and family. The Sellers also extra ,money
p.m. Kindergarten studentswill .were humming the tune of the P.T.A. The basketball Ga., spent a week uith her own a home in Cottonwood,
be dismissed at 1:15.: Bus "Green-Green Grass of goals are being ordered and daughter-In-law, Mrs. Vernon Ala., so the Sellers and Mrs.
routes and schedules will be Home." NEWSby should be in place before too Mobley and family.Mr. Crews went there and spent
basically the same. By 8 a.m., Saturday, all many more weeks. and Mrs. O. Nicula and two days. Let H & R Block teach you
The price of school lunches bassmasters were ready for family spent a week with their We are happy to report that income taxes.
Josephine Fontaine to
will be 50 cents per day this home. Fishing. was as I brother-in-laws and sisters, Bill Dobbs came home from prepare
year. Students may pay daily, predicted rough. If cold PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sandy Bradford County Hospital,
weekly- monthly. When- weather fails to kill the grassin CITY NEWS Mrs.. Joyce Futch, of and family and Mr and Mrs. Starke, on Sunday after being H & R Block knows income taxes and how to teach
ever possible, please -send Rodman this winter, and if The City Council meetingwill Blackshear, Ga. was a George Sandy and family, and there for a week with double you to prepare Income tax returns
lunch money on Monday for the Corps, keeps sitting on its be held September 2 due Tuesday dinner guest of her brother and sisior-in-law, Mr. pneumonia.
the entire week. There will be "Honda 8" and fails to cometo to the election being held on sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry.. and Mrs. Nylc Rude and Mr. and Mrs. Flem Starling We teach income tax preparation to people who havea
no charge for the morning its aids., Rodman will soon the regular meeting night. They attended the funeral of family of Bridgeport, W. VA., visited their brother and flair lor dealing accurately with figures and who
Residents of be enjoy working with the public and who would like to
the Hampton '"' sister-in-law and Mrs.
brunch program during Mrs. Floy Bennett at First James Phillips of Lake Mr.
die.As sure to get out and vote in the earn extra income in their. spare time Over 300,000
first week of school. No lunch far as I'm concerned, Baptist Church during' the Butler was a Sunday dinner Norman Starling of Lakelandand
tickets will be issued this Rodman has never really City Election September 9th. afternoon. guest of his mother, Mrs. O.J. also spent sometime at students have graduated from our Income Tax Course

year. lived Rodman has never been Any candidate who wishesto Charles. and Beatrice Howeof Phillips.Mrs. Vero Beach and other placesof Wo teach classes in more than 2,000 communities
,Several kindergarten students given an honest chance. Priorto have a resume in the paper Lakeland were Monday Johnny Wyke, Teresa interest while away. throughout the country There is almost certain to be a
have not completed all the flooding of Rodman, it next week, call me at 468-1156 afternoon guests of Mrs. Elva and Tommy, and Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers broughther class location and time satisfactory to you Job Inter-
requirements for registration. was never prepared correctly.All or send,It to Box 160 Hampton. Reddish. Mrs. Wayne Berry and son of sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews, views available for best students Send for free information
,Kindergarten students will no" logs should have pile. Chaplain and Mrs. Leonard Laurinburg, N.C., returned home on Thursday and will and class schedules today HURRY'!
be allowed to start school unti' We can thank the corps for FRIENDS NEIGHBORS Melton and Mr. and Mrs. H.H. home Saturday after a visit spend some time with Mrs.
'all requirements have been this big mess. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk- Brice, attended a retirement ,with Mrs.Wyke's parents, Mr. Crews. On Friday, Mrs. Mary Classes start::' Sept. 1 0
,completed. At 8 a.m., Aug. 23. all boats hart and family of Miami party at the Army Reserve and Mrs. Doc Mosley, Sellers and niece, Mrs. W.F.
All parents of new studentsin returned to Kenwood Landing.All visited with Mr. and Mrs. Center In Gainesville, on'' Mr. and Mrs. J.R. White Atwood, and son and Mrs.
the Brooker area are askedto seemed to be glad that the Lynn Hall. Mrs. Burkhart is Saturday night. All the retired returned home Thursday aftera Crews visited her son and -

come in to register their tournament, or maybe the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sergeants including Sgt., H.H. visit with Mrs. Whites daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
children today or tomorrow so "tournaments," were over at Hall. Brice received a copy of the children and their cousins in W.S. Crews and family in DOP( ] _LOCK -
they will be able to ,start Rodman. Declaration of Independence. Jacksonville. 1 '
classes on Tuesday. Dale Johns and A.J. Coopersure RECREATIONThe Mr. and Mrs. Don Par-, Michigan.Eugene Norman of Kingsley Major and Mrs. James S. -118 N. Walnut' _
had a rough night. They Wednesday afternoon celuzzi and their mother, Mrs. Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dougherty and son of 964-5590
BRIDALSHOWERMrs. got off course and into i the Craft Class meets at 2:30: to C.E.Strickland, of Gainesville Norman, of Jackssnville spent Valdosta Ga., spent the week | Phone |
Connie Clark and Mrs. grass. They were calling it 4:30: every week at' the visited her sister, Miss Sunday with their parents with their parents. Col. and Please send me free Information about your tax preparation -
Jim Temple hosted a mis- everything, but grass. W.T. Hampton City Hall and Elizabeth Terry, on Thursday Mrs. Wm. Wilson and family.
Leonard
Mr. and'Mrs. Nor | course.I understand there is no obligation. |
Smith and myself heard them Recreation Center. < ,,
cellaneous bridal shower at afternoon. Other guests of the Wilsons for
and their brother and
for a couple of hours as they The Hampton Senior man Name__ ._ --
the Community Center Thurs- Mrs. Mary Dinkins returned the week were Mrs. Tom
and
sister-in-law Mr. Mrs.
day night, Aug. 21 honoringMiss struggled to make it through Citizens 'will have their regular home from Bradford County Carl Norman, and family. Bullman and sons, also of I Address . -'--- I

Christie Riggs, bride- After all ., 'I, meeting at.the! old. _school, ,!! Hospital, Starke onTuesday The entire Nobley family, Valdosta. Ga. City. ------State Phone_
elect of Jerry WW ms:About:)*: boats check in, we September! 5, August 19 in time to celebraten" wishes, 'Jerry Brown of :Mrs;:Pierce/ Crew "Iind her 'I .
sixteen of her'frlends at-**' found H.F. Wiggins and R.F. Several members 'of the her birthday anniversary on Hampton a Happy Birthdayon sister,. Mrs.;"Mary"',Sellers.; L... CLIP AND MAIL TODAY' .-' ...
Bryant the winners. Hampton Senior Citizens and
tended. Wednesday, August 20; with
Congratulations to these two their friends enjoyed bowling August 27.
her daughters, Mrs. Horace

W.E.PERSONALSMrs. Bigham took her fine If they Hawg continue Hunters.to.fish the Gainesville.last Monday morning in Cox Burton of of Waldo Jacksonville., and Mrs. Jim weekend Mr.Lake and with Mrs.Worth their Wendell spent parents Kellyof the, "I Will Declare War On Thieves Who I

next 11 tournaments like they News items be
can reported
and
twin grandsons,Don Doug Mrs. L.H. Harper of Starke
did at Rodman, it will be hardto 'to me at 468-1156 or sent to P. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly.
Green, on a one week trip to visited her parents, Mr. andMrs. of Mr. and Mrs. *
Friends
catch these Bassmasters.At Are On
O. Box 160, Hampton.
and Plaguing Our-City Night
Cherokee Maggie
Valley the August meeting the Carl Prevatt, on Thur Jack Estes are happy to learn
visited and
N.C. They Sgt. Bassmasters were sday. Other guests during the that she carried him home
following
Mrs. Craig Wood and childrenin their and
installed the officers for the day were grandson from St. Vincent's Hospital,
Charleston, S.C. and madea daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Break-Ins"
carriage and harbor tour of 1975-76 season: W.T. Smith, My Neighbors Jacksonville, on Wednesday.Mrs. .
Walker.
Louise Watts Mr. and
,
president: Pat Welch, vice
'Charleston. They also at-
Charles Durkee Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mrs. Alvin Watts, and Mrs.
tended tobacco auction in president; ..::;:--'"
a
secretary Harold Branham Gustafson of Green Cove Bessie Watts, of Crescent [QUOTE FROM JIMMY BOWEN IN
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Georgia, and enjoyed the treasurer. Neil Crawford'wlii Springs spent the weekend, .City, and Mr and Mrs. Lucius BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,AUG. 30, 1973]
entire trip immensely., continue to serve as public -...... .......--". --. with their parents, Mr. and Ogburn, of Camden, S.C.
Mrs.Willie Dobbs, and family Sunday with Mrs. Bessie
BABY SHOWER relations.' : spent
-t<'- -' and their grandparents, Mr. Watts, Son and daughter-in- HE DELIVERED
Mrs. Linda Quicksall was The 1974-73 season was a 1." .
:t.-"r and Mrs.Arlie Dobbs. law, Mr. and Mrs. Barry
honored with a baby shower great year for the '!' "-' ,

in on Tuesday the Brooker,Aug. 12 Community, at 8 p.m. expected Bassmasters to be, but even 1975-76 better.is 4> Champeon Mr. and and Mrs.daughter Robert of Watts Mrs.and Robert Barry W.Lee.Bowman of Crime. Starke Is DOWN 30% To 40%

and Atlanta Ga.,spent a week with, Jacksonville spent Sundav
R.F. H.F.
Center. Hostesses this
on Bryant
':occasion were Joyce Tetstone, Wiggins have put the :. ,', Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- afternoon with her son and Crime Nationally Is UP Appr. 34%

Margie Polk, and Gerry presssure on the rest of the swr. field. While here they went tot daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs.
Phillips. About 16 guests attended Bassmasters. They said if Orlando, St. Augustine, and James Bowman and family.
pressure will do the job, they HI claim this mountain In the Jacksonville, sightseeing., Mrs. Paul Lock and children
have plenty to spare.1 predictthat name of the U.S.A.!" Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harbin spent three weeks with their I Re-Elect

BROOKER BAPTIST the top six Bassmasters and. daughter moved to parents, Mr. and Mrs..Frank
The Brooker Baptist Church for the 1975.76 ,season will j
.". presented the first in a con- contain 'some' new faces. We JIMMY ::1
tinuing effort to provide and have two new members in the DriveALittleSaveALot '
promote Gospel Sings for the Bass club, Mark Moody and BOWEN
community. This event was Tommy Outlaw.

held last Saturday at 7:30: p.m. oY ,
and included The Gospel The six Bassmasters that Your Full Time t
Carolers from Pembroke, will fish the classic will meetat

Ga.Branford, The Date and Famil The Faithful the Branding Iron Chief Of Police
Restaurant Sept. 1 at 8:30: ,
from Fla. 12x6O 12x65
Quartet Hatchbend '
.f
to be present as the
There was a good attendance location
of the classic will be
and we hope another decided. Total Elcc. 3 BR. Bath & HE KEEPS
sing will be presented in the .
Bass wishes,
near future. ,Neil Crawford.Florida's .,. 2 BR. With ac$78O.OO $780.00 Down
HIS PROMISES
1 ':. .: .

Down 1 1 A00

OO pcr Jimmy Bowen promised he would operate the Police Department

Finest I Iw 116 within the budget. He inherited a deficit, but has eradicated that
Resta ntc Per Mo
u ra Full Mobil Home deficit and fs now operating within the budget. He keeps his

promi Bowen has attended several seminars in Law
Full Package Credit Package Credit e Jimmy ,
Homest.ads : Life Insurance i Enforcement. Ills knowledge and experience: combined with these

: life Insurance new methods of dealing with crime equipts him better, to get the
SA N. : Set Up & Del. Set Up & Del. '
s Lakeside Dining 21. i job done better.Starke. ,

Keystone Heights

6 o "' r L.4'Res':; Skirting Is :Included r
Plus
FPS gN .1 WESTERN ""CHIco'' Was Built On Integrity

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Many Other Excellent Dinner Chojpep.. We Can Get I f. rAND .;,

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LIIal.I ,ObituariesHelen Sound Of Praise J MI 10

I -------- : ---------, PINE LEVEL MotorCYCles
[ J
Nelle
Nollman Watterson
Mersereau' Mary Perform In MaconThe ,i WTIST CHURCH I:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF REGISTER Mrs.'Nelle H. Nollman 85, Mrs. Mary Watterson, 76, of t.sop mCWitWWifWl l-i ,
FLORIDA IN AND FOR FICTITIOUS NAME died Sunday in a Jacksonville Mrs. Helen Mersereau. ,of Hampton, died Tuesday, Aug. "Sounds of Praise, > 1" gii"lL''"""">'1Til
from the Pine Level
hospital after Starke died in Bradford Gainesville hospital Baptist
a lingering
in
a
26
BRADFORD COUNTY Pursuant to Section 866.09 BACK TO SCHOOL SALE
illness County Hospital last Wed. after a illness. She was Church this last Saturday : 1973 : :.
long
Florida Statutes notice Is here morning began their trip to IKSt Suzuki 250. Excellent condition .
Born in Atlanta Ga. on nesday evening, Aug. 20 born in Columbia County on
CIVIL ACTION rtniiir
by given that the undersigned the Westfield Baptist Church 3,000 miles $650. 964- .
August 17 1890 she had livedin follwing a lingering illness. and the wife
28 1899 was .
Case No.75183In July CNUtt.80I
Mrs. Cleo Rt. 3 Box 8783. .Jack :,
Redding, Starke for many years Born in New Brunswick, of the late Martin Luther Wat- in Macon, Georgia. Eaves Itp 8/28 ;
27, Starke Florida 32091, doing before moving to the Canada on March 11, 1&85, terson. A full day of activities were U- ---------- '
The Matter of the
re:
business under the firm of .
name for the 35
Cathedral. Health and Mrs. Mersereau had lived in planned young "
TAMMY DENISE
Adoption PADGETT of "REDDING WASHETERIA", Rehabilitation Center in Starke since 1926. She was a Surviving is one son, people as they would be going (4 miles west. of Starke on FOR SALE: 1974 Suzuki GT 550 "j I :

447 Madison Street, Starke Jacksonville in 1974. member of the Baptist Frederick L. Watterson, of out dow-to-door with the SR-100)). $850. Ph.964-7061 day or 964"t: ,

NOTICE OF SUIT- Bradford County Florida, Intends She was the daughter of the Church Starke; two daughters Mrs. young people of Westfield Sunday::' Morning Training 7578. Itp 8/28 '

NO PROPERTYTo to register said fictitious late Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Survivors include: two Dorothy Mitchell', ,Keystone Baptist. That evening a Youth 10 a.m.L: Morning Worship, 11 --_---------

name under the provisions of Hamrick, early residents of sons: Anthony Mersereau and Heights, and Mrs. Harvene/ Rally was held with the a.I1Jvening/ ; !; .Training 6

: All Interested Parties aforesaid statute. Starke, and the grand Thomas Mersereau, both of McMahone, Minden, La.; one "Sounds of Praise" singingand prn.; Evening Worship, 7 FOR SALE: 1972 motorcycle. i

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Mrs., Cleo Redding sole daughter of Prof. George Starke; seven daughters: brother, L.L. Bedenbaugh, then of Gary the Wheeler Pint Level youthpastor' p.m.Wednesday Honda CL 175 $400 or bast I,
for has owner. prominent educator Mrs. Martha Brantley of New Ruby Beden- : Evening offer. Richard
an action adoption Looney, a 'and a sister Rodney or Hall
been filed against you and you Dated this 5th day of August, Starke Institute one of the Orleans, La., Mrs. Mae Mattix baugh, both of Hampton; and Baptist Church, bringing the Worship, 7:30: p.m. Ph. 4733152.Itp 8/28

are required to serve a copy of A.D. 1975 at Starke Florida. first public schools in Starke. of Florence Texas, five grandchildren. message.Adults going on the trip -Pastor: Roman Alvarez., ------------
8/74tp 8/28 Mrs. Silcox of Youth Pastor: Gary Wheeler.
written defenses. If any to public schools in Starke. tl
your Mr and Mrs. Joe Thorn-
.-------------. Jacksonville Beach, Mrs. were Phone 964-6490, church; 964-
it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Mrs. Nollman taught music ton.
whose name and address Is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and elocution for many years, Mary Ragsdale of Tampa, Funeral services were held 8Srl', parsonage.
GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT and was active in arrangingand Mrs. Anna Ferguson of Bath at 4:30: p.m. Wednesday in De- ,: [ FOR SAlE,, ]

Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR directing many musical Maine, Mrs. Helen Galsgowand Witt C. Jones Chapel with Sentimentalists ss ssa
Shaw and
1CXJ>. Starke Florida 32091 and BRADFORD COUNTY. programs and entertainmentsfor Mrs. Ellen Burrows, both Rev. James Rev. The barrenest of all mortal !
AnnualSale '
file the ongmal l with the clerk of CASE NO.75231.IN local civic, school, and of Starke; 12 grandchildrenand Roman Alvarez officiating. Look for our First
Interment was in Santa Fe I Ad Keystone Auto
the above styled court on or church groups. 14 great-grandchildren.! AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND:

before Sept. 15, 1975 otherwise RE: The Marriage of She was a member of the Services were held Saturday Cemetery, Hampton. Sales. Sales ,service installation, ,.'

a judgment may be entered CAROLYN STARUNG GRIFFIS First United Methodist morning Aug. 23, in the stereos phono realreel"0

against you for the relief PROCTOR Wife/Petitioner Church of Starke, the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with St. Edwards tapes, C8S8@ttas. radios. Work ,:v

demanded In the complaint or and ERLE RAY PROCTOR Hus Woman's Club of Starke Rev. Erik Johnson officiating. guaranteed.. 118 Court 964- :
bend/Reapordent. Order of the Eastern Star, andUnited Burial was in Kingsley Lake St. Mark's WANT {
petition. Catholic ChurchSunday 7329. tfchg. .::
Daughters of the Cemetery. '
WITNESS hand and the _

seal of sad Court my on Aug. "11, NOTICE OF SUIT- Confederacy. ."..F""..::>>:::.:.:..........'..............................fXtfXf. .:;..%:..:'. CJISCO It ILL ADS ----------- .-.
1975. NO PROPERTY Surviving is her husband Obligation FOR SALE Good
: used color
W. Herbert Nollman, 011 Ctrd Of. 'hanks. Church Masses
and black &white TV, stoves,
Manor Retirement
Gilbert S. Brown ToERlE RAY PROCTOR Wesley Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday,
: Village Madarin two Chunk: .... Beet J...... ..*..*. refrigerators, furniture & air
;
As Clerk of said Court Address Unknown 10 a.m. .
By: Beulah M MoodyAs YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED daughters, Mrs. Betty Jane We are sincerely gratetul to THE .aV OH" M. H.YNM. Motorcycles conditions. BARGAIN CENTER

Deputy Clerk that an action for dissolution of Boyd, St. Petersburg and friends and neighbors for their Weekday Masse U.S. 301 South. tfchg.

8/214t 9/11 marriage has been filed against Mrs. Catharine Dawkins, many kind acts of sympathy Sunday, August 31: 8:30: Monday and Wednesday -. -----------.
you and you are required to Jacksonville; one sister, Mrs. during our recent loss. These a.m., Holy Eucharist; 10 a.m., 6:30: p.m.; Tuesday andThursday
-aBBB aia*aaBB aaaB--------- FOR SALE 6x9) Linoleum $3.96
Ella Kate Los Gatos : .
Swinyer Morning Prayer. ,
'
serve a copy of your written expressions of kindness have 8:30: a.m. SUZUKI OF STARKE: YQUr
IN THECIRCUIT COURT defenses if any, to it on SHAW Cal.; and three grandchildren.Funeral meant much to us, and will '9x12 Unoleum $893. Ata
authorized Suzuki Dealer.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AND KOPELOUSOS services were held be NOTE: On September 7, ConfessionsSaturday 12x12 and 12x15, in stock.

FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD for Petitioner, whose address Attorneys. is at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the always remembered. Sunday Services will be at 6:15: p.m. to 6:50 Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call Hundreds to choose frqm at
FORD COUNTY First United Methodist 8:30 a.m., 9:43: a.m., and 11 Street rfchg. Dahmers Discount tfchg.MEN'S .
142 West Cal Street Post Office -The Family of Margaret p.m. .
Box 1066 Starke, Florida, Church, with Rev. George L. Brown am. --------.--- -----------"

CIVIL ACTION 32091, and file the original with Harper officiating. Intermentwas
Case No.75183In the Clerk of the above-styled in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith "

Court on or before September DeWitt C. Jones Funeral .

re: The Matter of the 22, 1975 otherwise a judgmentmay Home in charge. A 4 e
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Adoption of TAMMY DENISE be entered against you for
PADGETT the reief demanded in the Peti J. R. Taylor, 68 rae&r.r. chats a C


NOTICE OF SUIT tion.WITNESS my hand and the J.R. Taylor, 68, of Starke s e rs
died in the North Florida
NO PROPERTYTo seal of sad Court on this 19th
in Gainesville last
of Regional
day August 1975.GILBERTS..
: All Interested Parties Thursday afternoon, Aug. 21, s 0
BROWNAS following surgery for a heart e .

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CLERK OF SAID COURTBy condition. ::.
.
an action for adoption has : Jeffrey Scott McRae Born in Clinch County, Ga. MIYtnre
been filed against you and you on Sept., 30, 1906 Mr. Taylor
Deputy Dark
had lived in Starke since 1953.
are required to serve a copy of 8/214,9/11 't
written defenses if any to He was a retired navy
your --------------
it. on the pl intlff'a attorney equipment inspector with
whose name and address is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Hercules Powder Company

GEORGE H, PIERCE Esquire THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT and was a member anddeacon

Attorney at Law, P.O. Drawer OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR of the First Baptist

1 1030, Starke, Florida 32091 and BRADFORD COUNTY. Church. 0 ;;% 1 ,
file the original with the clerk of Survivors include his 4

the above styled court on or CASE NO.75242IN widow Mrs. Pauline F. I"g"'m '

before September 15 1975: Taylor; one son: Robert tr.
otherwise a judgment may be RE: The Marriage of JUUUS Taylor of Gainesville; four

entered against you for the relief LYNN McKENZIE, Husband, brothers: Joe W. Taylor of

demanded in the complaint or and DEBORAH SUE McKENZIE, Waycross, Ga. Hilton Taylorof

petition. Wrfe. Barnwell, S.C., Shelton B.

,WITNESS my hand and the Taylor of Decatur, Ga., and

seal. of sad Court on August 11, NOTI! OF SUIT W.A. Taylor of Charleston 1L
1f7s. .-- ''zToJuUus: Lynn McKenzie S.C.; four sisters: Mrs;Linn(, ,

: ., x-lyl A Gilbert S. BrownAs Mrs. Pauling Golding of AVt 1

Clerk of said Court YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Gainesville, Mrs. Mildren 1 a 26T
By: Beulah M. Moody an action for dissolution of LaTourette of Homerville, IMtucou t', }!nIt yl

t As Deputy Clerk marriage has been filed againstyou Ga., and Mrs. Esther Douglas '. .

8/14 4tchg 9/4 and you are required to of Valdosta Ga., and three z. \
of written grandchildren. HUDSON 2-PLY AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS TOUGH 10
serve a
-------! -----0 BIN copy your
defenses, if any, to it on Services were held Saturday TOILET TISSUE 2 PAK FLUID WITH DEXRON I FROM 2 TOP MAKERS! BLUE JEANS -

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor afternoon, Aug. 23, in the

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Petitioner whose address l is First Baptist Church with the ADJ BI 11m 11m
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY. 114 N.Walnut Street, P. O. Box pastor, Rev. Ben Bryant,
996 Starke Florida, 32091 and officiating. Burial was late
CASE NO. 73-191 tile the original with the Clerk of Saturday afternoon in Pine Doubt thick double soft tissue in Suffix A. Type A Central Motors ap I Fruit of th* Land Lazy H brand.: 100% cotton denim. it prthrunk. for ,
the above-styled Court on or Forest Cemetery in gorden showcou colors. 2 rolls each pro...... Improved. with 0..,..., far all Wmttm yolt,map front,flop poclwtt. lasting "fit. Full 10 01.might assts
FIRST NATIONAL STATE 29 1975 Homerville Ga. SOD sliest Famous maw quality at transmission*and power staring systems. .. Easy-car cotton-polyester In solids, long long wear. Bar-tacked. at points
BANK OF OCEAN CITY formerly before September 0 low print Eagle quality, low price! 1 ql. > check ar plaid. Sirs S, M, L, XL. of .',ain. Blue sizes. 2938..
otherwise a judgment may be DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Trust Company of Ocean entered against you for the relief Home of Starke was in charge
County a New Jersey Banking demanded in the Petition. of arrangements.

Corporation, Plaintiff, WITNESS my hand and the -------------- = A1s
-vs. seal of sad Court on the 26th M
EDWARD SCHEYOER, JR..
of 1975.
day August
and ROSEMARY SCHEYDER. Legal

husband and wife Defendants. Gilbert S. Brown IWAi >tu
.rsw t
NOTICE OF As Clerk of sad Court NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
By: Beulah M. Moody REGISTER
SHERIFF'S SALE
Deputy Clerk ,
FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN \
a that I I. Dolph Reddtah, Shenff of 8/28 4tchg 9/18 Pursuant to Section 865.09 '
-------------- Florida Statutes notice is
Bradford County, Florida, under I
hereby given that the un- 'save 4R IAVU was : IAYIMf was IIYe SAC IA VI
and by virtue of a Writ of execu- '
LN .LW a% 1.18 LN JkM LN
Sr. 5 IiiiI 1/f 21st
tion heretofore issued out of the NOTICEOF dersigned James W. Todd Nn Ravi

above-entitled Court, in the ELECTION Route 2, Box 12-F Starke, Fla., POCKET MOJO ETHYL IAS AOOrrtVEHelpt 1Ln.EKCHI.OKMEEagle'i LN mrswLKwoim kWI COTTON T-MMn HioH-EUiK Dual soon

above-styled cause, have levied and James W. Todd, Jr., Route Solid....*. Battery ear- reduce performance- special. formula All easy-car* fabrics. Colorful Whit with contrast trim. Luxurious softness, long
upon the following property, I I. Charles. J. Schaefer M yor- 1, Box 275-B Starke, Florida phonekandsnapinclud.d. robbing deposits. 8 os. for Mating pool water.EMLE WIPE-CLEAN VINYL patterns, Size*1747. Full cur h ass S.M.L.XL. wear.Mom colors. 10-13.

situate, lying and being in Bradford Commissioner of the City of 32 B1 1. doing business under the a' SOFTS1DB LUGGAGE

County, Honda, to-wit: Starke, Florida, by virtue of the firm name of "J & J AUTO 24" VMS]H(... NOW 14,74 1 .
One ((1)) Acre Square in Northeast authority vested in me by law SERVICE", At. 2, Box 12-F. SPftAVMV 'het' UGLI 79" was Urfr. NOW 16,74

comer of West half (W 1/21) do hereby cal a First Primary Starke, Bradford County AUTOMATIC awNAau Choose blue, Qsa or orangt.Fumioow. .

1 of Block 1 South of Range 2 Section to be held at the Fire Florida 32091, intends to register ...-tIIOT d 4 uorru WANE. '
IlIIer ImW
West Simon J. Temples Subdi- Station in the foresaid CIty by said fictitious name under the s r

vision of lands at Temples Mills/ qualified voters on Tuesday, provisions of aforesaid statute. ? .
in Northwest one-quarter of September 9, 1975 A.D., for James W. Todd Sr. and qm a sit

Northeast one-quarter (NW 1/4 the purpose of electing the fol- James W. Todd Jr., sole
.
you Large fuel cpocily. 0.
of NE 1/4)) of Section 21, Township lowing officers: owners. ham in just Quick, g did
6 South, Range 22 East as Dated this 26th day of two hours Full easy lights indoor UI sous "i
per map or plat thereof recorded CITY CLERK TWO YEARS August A. D. 1975 at Starke direction in er our. ,.._ eft

In Deed Book C, Page 424 CHIEF OF POLICE TWO Florida. cluded.. Use 1 FunaalnaAb
thereof of the Public Records of YEARS 8/28 4tchg 918INVITATION 9 bomb. far .octt. IN FT.UULLROMI luttabl* flan INN'IS1Y111N11811L11 TUBS SOCKS AOLL41111b8TMATS'
COMMIS- 6,000 cubic lOtXVectro" po1Ipropy. Like getting two belt In I Cotton-nylon. White, con- 100t cotton or polyestercotton .
Bradford County, Florida, except GROUP 2: ONE -------- -- f.... .
ln* Rugged. 2'b' wide. One.Handsomevinyl.30-42.1 O.uingserp.s.Fits9.I5g solids and prints.
road nght-of v of U.S. SIONER TWO YEARS TO BID .K

301, SUBJECT to the mortgageof GROUP 4: ONE COMMIS- Sealed bids are invited by

Register Oil Comp ny. AND SIONER: TWO YEARSINSPECTORS CUBB Economic Agency Inc., L

ALSO: Ail personal property FOR SAID on two vans of fifteen ((15)) passenger CNANSANSY
VAUSS says TNI MAM)
ELECTION igg
located therein or thereon the : capacity each to be used }1' ''i u e e up SMMNTN
LEONA MATHEWS : ;:
hereinabove described real for transporting chldren. Specifications ,
property. A more particular CLARA F. COLSON are aa follows: One- "( LACTIC HOUSEVAMES .

schedule of which may be PEGGY SHALLER ton fifteen ((15)) passenger minimum i A SUPER L0 miCE! 'I

obtained, from the Clerk of the MRS. J. C. DUKES capacity window van; six T -y_ I A.Set of a plastic hangar* ,j''!
10W cotton J\\
LOUISE W. TENLEY .
;
Circuit Court. BARBARA VAUNSKI ((6)) cylnder engine; automatic cAT q x twill with 4 "

j as the property of the above- transmission; heavy-duty sus p. pit vrllh pocket*, bar. .
B. HARDING '
named Defendants, and. that on THOMAS pension; ar conditioned front j.4tDI1 1.11 "' tacked ca .as
the 8th day of September 1975 BOBBY FAY CHAFF and rear of. bus; side-loading /i1 1. /blrl etby bak slnciian.ie 1III.i:: 1

between the legal hour of sale, RUBY HOWELL doors; removable or retractable ...'U1ITWILl w/IAC888KWA8 L ..M118WZYSTST1PSCM8TT4imf color*, ..
ANN MILLER
namely 11:00: o'clock in the steps I under loading door; flash cotton terry I is absorbent. With blue denim leek. It's a wild new way M Poly .r.cot euin color 1 wi ts&I,9Sanus 1

forenoon and 2:00: o'clock In the ALTERNATES FOR SAID ing lights on top in accordance Solids, stripes., Roomy IO4-IW sis*. I ele. Far young and eld. he' IiN M.. Sim 6 14. ; Slruhb.. Solids,stripes.10M ,! .

afternoon on said day, at Ed's with state code for transporting
Gulf Service 2163 North Temple ELECTION: children; school bus package NvAdri ,

Avenue Starke Bradford SHELUE GERLE (omit items above that are Included ,pllpMf M 'Af a -
GRACE JORDAN
County Florida, I wiN offer for In school bus package)
ELLA MAE CHASTAIN
sale and sell to the highest Bide must Include al equipment
In Testimony whereof I here
bidder for cash in hand, the) specified and must be detailed and
unto subscribe name
my
above-described property aa as to equipment included coat
the Seal of the town to be
the property of the said Defendants cause of each piece of equipment and MIAA L2BL JIasg1
hereunto affixed this the 6th day
to satisfy said Execution. total price of vehicle (eal.) Dead-
of August. 1975 A.D.. line for submitting bids to 5.00: P s". s

Dolph Reddtah Monday, September 15 U was 1 / s.vs ..
p.m.
Charles Schaefer, save V RAYS iMali1 tA/ RAr. r wA Aye
Sheriff of 1975. Bids must be sealed. ., a'K LN 11f1 : / /
AhyorCorrumbdanaATTEST iI1IiIIiI
Bradford County Florida Men Edwards addressed and mailed or bail i.r.s1N FAMOUS FIRESIDE COOKIES Ir1TNrIMTSIIWiTLN 11
:
By: Dolph E. RoddWt Oty Clerk dstvered to: / Vanilla era**, duelei (*enlM*> 'IfaN1ALlc.1 11.1 3 ATItTNWI81! WMNrIIIINAI/N/I
Sheriff Head Start Van Bid en-off _tral. chocolate b) peanut buner checIs I Lss4er le.b I with Sd.aiw d tsp fssld.. 1'AsoI '
8114 4tchg "4 8/28 2tchg 9/4 CUBB Economic Agency Incorporated ...r..,.. Color. drain. r. K *bfi slsMUMialJ CIP aVlei(.jNWNNNNBIeWllsJjFingertip J Ml 1lMh., sacs cohra. 7-I sane strip.., fl _,fl. atyles id td.a O la ,,

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.t-rlcysrdrr.- !,;; Post 138 North Office Temple Drawer Avenue 970 ACt f: THf: CONV' Nil N I "
Courage la Resistance to r 1H's
Starke. Florida 32081era FAMH V DISC OUN r fI'' 11Z.--..\ M47I1IPale I.UI'mESI.. .... 111.1"f
fear of fear not .
mastery
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absence. of ftar. 8slf-Trust .The essence of 2tchg 9/4 ''I' I" ,Iy 9 tol9 5.. I. .. $443 ,4? ,
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heroism. .
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Thursday IH'Ndllne CLASSIFIED before Noon for AD publication.preceding'InsertionTuesday RATES r FOR SALE J'r FOR SALE j t LOST AND FOUND J:j:, HOUSES FOR SALE r REAL ESTATE JO. Tine Cadillac-Oldsmobile Cadillac Sales Cart BRASINGTON Selection Taken* Service Trades O/On Umtl




SAVE,MONEY In new & used FOR SALE: Must Sacrifice STRAYED CATTLE: Have been FOR SALE: Mem/way 16' traveltreler 2001 N.W.13 378.5301GAINESVILLE

Minimum Charge 2.00 clothing & Jewelry. Come by', Singer Sewing Machine, 1974 here 60 days. Owner can have completely self con,
(Covers Words) and fellowship in the Lord model Zg lag embroiders, same by paying expenses and tained. Also trailer hitch 964- If

Eachwurdnverl5 with us. The price will be righton dams, designs, monograms, identifying. 485-1848 between 5571. 1tp 8/28
10 cents anything in the store. etc. Must sacrifice, balance .
7 & 8 a.m. 8/21 3tp 9/4 ------------
Sawing machine repair. T&B $74. or need someone in
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All Classified Ads must be BARGAIN HOUSE 132 W. Bradford County area to LABOR DAY CELEBRATION: J7 tp. ChampHome

paid for in advance unless you Call Starke. Will buy just assume $11 per month pay- LOST: One pair of eye glasses, Free Cokes and hot dogs at irUJiII ara | Long

have, an established account about anything.. Itp 8/28 ments. Ph. 964-5783. Itp 828ATTENTION bi-focals. soft black case MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES. Real Facts
with the Telegraph in that -'---------- ------------ vicinity of Cell & Madison See our large display of f and
event 50 cents extra charge FOR SALE:; 4 heifer calves? 6 Streets $10 reward. 533- mobile homes Sat., Sun. & .:. .,,1 on Real <3 REALTYEstate t (Building Materials. ]

for billing. Not responsible for months old. 782-3376 or 782- 2511. Itp 8/28 Mon. Enter for drawing of Estate
when 3188. 1tp 8/28 electric dryer to be given sway XtJUi cJ1 -WE BUILD
errors given over the t HELP WANTED ------------
Monday. 1650 N. Temple
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phone or when is --- .
copy not Ave. Itchg 8/28 \ By YOUR PLANS OR OURS
typed and brought to LOST: Man's Calendar Wristwatch
: the of. FOR SALE: 20 ....
acres good pas- ----- ------ YOUR OURS'FREE
LOT OR
flee. electronic Timex ,
ture land. ,
All under
fence.
Off
FOR SALE: By owner. Very
vicinity St. Clair or Call Sts. TerwillegarDid
ESTIMATES
highway 315, nice
DEMON-
trees. Ph. Reward. 964-8210. large 4 bedroom 1 1/2 bath

4734411., Itp 8/28 STRATORS: Toys & Gifts ---------Itp--8/28- brick Tudor home 323 N. you know that ownership of property includes REMODELING REPAIRS
--"r-------- 'Work now thru December. Walnut St.. Starke.. Ph. 533- the air space above the property? You are protected

PERSONAL SERVICE PICK YOUR OWN: Scupper; FREE sample) Kit. No ex- 2633. tfchg.! from trespass not only above your head but also the ADDITIONS

nong/Muscadine Grapes. perience needed. Call or write --_--------- space under your property. It has been a tradition in HOMES BOUGHT SOLD

Spencer's Vineyard. Between Santa's Parties Avon, Conn, HELP WANTED FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Holiday both common law and civil law to allow the property TRADED
Alachua and High Springs on 06001. Ph. 1 ((203)) 673-3466. t ) mobile home on 1 acre. Fully line to extend from the center of the earth through toe

HaNS OF HOBBYS: Full line/ of 235-A. One mile north of Also Booking Parties\ 8/21 furnished, central air & heat. land and to the heavens.Of ; ACREAGE FOR SALE

arts and crafts. Also guaran- Santa Fe High School. Opentill 13tp 11/13 fell 473-3193 after 3 p.m. Itp course adaptations in the modern law have modified 964-6853
teed after 8 ----------- these boundaries
stereo repair. 155-A West p.m..Take Alachua WANTED CUBB 8/28 to permit the temporary invasionof
HELP :
Can, Ph. 964-7329. tfchg. exit (West) off 175. tfchg. ECONOMIC AGENCY FULL. .- ---------. aircraft,so you can't sue every airline that flies over HWY 301 S STARKE TF
... q. ----------- ---- -------- your property but any real Invasion of air
your or
YEAR HEAD START PRO- FOR SALE: 12 x 64 Artcraft
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: BACKDOOR' GARAGE SALE MISCEllANEOUSLOSE GRAM is now accepting mobile home. Central heat ground space is treapasslng.We .

Sates service. Installation 1085 Neil Court off Alton: applications for secretary. and air, washer\ dryer, par- know many Interesting facts about real estate. "

stereos phono reel-reel Road. Fri & Sat till 12. 1tchg Must be able to perform all tially furnished or unfurnished today.we particularly know how to serve your needs. Call us SSIYE $
tapes, cassettes, radios.
Work 8/28 office related duties. Must bea ,concrete step 5,300

guaranteed.9647329. tfchg.155-A West Call, ----...------- WEIGHT safely & fast resident of Clay, Union or best offer. 964-8341. 1tp Preferred PropertiesWe FRED DAVIS
Baker Counties. 8/28
..... with X-11 Diet Plan $3. Bradford or have some excellent acreage small tracts large
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FOR SALE
-- Marshall 100
: watt Salary starts at $5,616 yearly. ------------ GMC TRUCKS
WILL BABY SIT in my home, all super lead amplifier. Sell or REDUCE excess fluids with X- Submit resume to Full Year tracts I BUICK PONTIAC"A
Pel $3. KOCH -----
964-7469 83tp 9/11 trade. John Collie, 473-2686 DRUG STORE. Had P. O. Drawer 970,
ages. 7/3 15tchg 109WtCTSON'S Start Mimosa Drive off Bessent Road Attractive brick, LITTLE RIDE CAN
.
--...--------- after 8 p.m. 1tp 8/28 Std". .'. Fla. We are an Equal
---------- tREAL ESTATE nearly new 3 BR 2B CH&A with an acre of land rather SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
------------ Opportunity Employer. 8/28
HOME REMODELING AND secluded. GREEN COVE SPRINGSWe -*
9/4
REPAIR: Master electrician, GARAGE SALE: Miscellaneous 2tchg -----
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plumber and carpenter. Rea- items, Saturday 9 a.m till HOUSE OF VACUUMS Saratoga Heights Delightful, immaculate 3 BR 2B,

sonable rates. 964-8087. 8/14 Peggy ShaHar 209 E. AdkinsSt. HELP WANTED: Woman to - CH&A tastefully decorated pretty back yard.

4tchg 9/4 .. 1 block east of N. Walnut Many brands of new vacuums. answer business phone&take r .;MULTIPLE 1 Have Used
--'r.' -------- St. Itp 8/28 Used machines available. messages in my home office Remote yet close I in : 40 of ;';cleanest acres you'll

BILL'S'SAW ------------ Expert Repairs all makes. 8:30: to 330.: Can keep one LISTINGS II ever see. Beautiful hay some timber fenced & cross
SHOP I
: Complete I
Parts and Accessories for all good child on Job. Room & fenced ponds home with CH&A large LR country WASHERS $QR &
sharpening service, circular, FOR SALE: Lake lots, large & vacuums. Built in central board possfote also. Call 473- Handyman kitchen complete with a good variety of friendly
hand, carbide chain, Special $3,500 WupSawup
blade hollow ground and mower bal wooded Good terms., 2 miles By from owner.Starke.964- vacuum cleaning systems. 712 4777 after 7 p.m.. .. Itchg 8/18 I I I farm animals barn 2 car garage. CHANGES
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anced. Leave at Jackson 5639. N. Main Gainesville 3767110. 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500
8/14,4tchg 9/4 TF AVON CALLINGII!I To Kingsley Lake Rambling home with large living and -
Building Supply, Starke or ----- buy or sell
------- I I I dining room sunny Fla. room 4BR, 2B dock, and along
Keystone Heights. tfchg - - ::-- Avon call 755-0731 or write ;I Handyman Special $7,000 Rppllanclea

-*.,*- - - .- FOR SALE: Custom built ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: Loma Ctyatt, P.O. Box 220, ,:$, narrow lot.
camper with overhead Lake City Fla. 32055. tfchg., Starke-4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 ----- 332 W. Madison
CHECK THE RED CARPET sleeper. Fits long wheel base Has your drinking caused you' : ..:. : ''I I I Colley Road Large, well built CB home, 3 BR 2B,
SECTION this paper for truck $450. 9648733. 1tchg to be sick and tired of being Starke-2 BR frame $8,890 CH&A terrazzo floors throughout fireplace over an 964.7701
HOLIDAY INN GULF Special. 8/28 sick and tired? Ph. 964-7959 HELP WANTED: CUBB acre of land.

7/10 9tp 9/4 ------------ 964-7619 or 473-2108. 7/3 ECONOMIC AGENCY FULL I I $12,500 I II -----
------...---- 13tp 9/25. YEAR HEAD START PRO- Starke-2SOLDlII, Road 16 Brick 3 BR 1 B, kitchen with dining area LR
FOR, SALE: Wood comer lot on ------------ GRAM is now accepting of land.
and an acre Wall 1
Lakefront 2 BR
WEDDING $22,000 Drilling
PICTURES PLUS Hutchmson.
: Lake Beach and applications for Educational- I I I -----
They can be reasonable. Let club facilities. Central water TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a Social Service Parent Involvement .
me show you our albums.: Ph. supply. $2,500. Phone 473- week, dozer work and Coordinator. Must Theresa-3 BR, 2 lots $22,000 Cecelia T. Tcrwil/egar/ 2" thru 6"

9645313. tfchg. 3219. dragline work. Call 468-1873, be able to write a pre-school Lawtey-3 BR brick $34,000 Reg. Real Estate Broker
I. R06 Wetl M.dllOn Fast Rotary
--------- ------------ Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN curriculum, train Head Start

CHILDCARE 'My home, hot SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. Staff and encourage parent Office 964-777
:
FOR SALE: 16 cubic foot used home 964-5145 Drilling Equipment
snacks, fenced play --- -- --- participation. Must be a resident I
lunches Amana Freezer $50, 1972 I I I'Keystone-3 BR brick $46,000.Hamptonl Starke. Florida ,
yard, shady. Hour, day or of day, Union Bradfordor State Licensed ,
"' Suzuki 400 J7aotorcycle$600./ Baker Counties...Salary 6 .., .. ,
week. All"ages. 964-5610. W acres *49,200Graham30 e* *v >-ty"' YWYarA u ,
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8/21 3tp 9/4 <\964-5875... .after 4 p.m tfchg. AUTOMOBILESUSED ,'" starts at$7,280 yearly. Submit I' ,1,1' ''Pump. '
------------ -----------:- resume to Full Year Head 1' '
FOR SALE: 1974 Glastron V 156 Start, P. O. Drawer 970, acre farm $75,000 UNITED ARM AGENCY

SEWING MACHINES repaired l: boat, speedometer tacho- Starke, Ra. We are an Equal REGISTERED REAL New & UsedSalesPartsService
all makes cleaned, oiled and meter, horn 85 hp Mercury Opportunity Employer. 8/28 I Lewtey- .75 acres $9,500 I II ESTATE BROKER ..

adjusted $7 Work guar- motor, two 6-gal. gas tanks, FOR SALE: 1969 Ford Van 6 2tchg 9/4 % cS 206 South Water Street ..
oI. (FarrL .1'50"-
anteed. James Strickland 964- ski equipment, galvanized tilt cyl. stick shift, good running ------------ Lawtey-4 acres $9,500StarkeS0LD86,200 PAUL&IRENE FAULKNER
8733. tfchg. trailer with flotation tires. Call condition. $850. 964-8087. I I ZEAL ESTATE 964-5065 E-Z Terms

,5-- 964.8172after_6 p.m....._ Itp.....8/28 8/28 4tp 9/18 .-.J"I.T. v. .wrr. ny, Approximately 1 acre land with
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10sx 20 PATIO COVERS: FOR SALE: 1973 Glastron Gt FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 6 cyl. I r FOR RENT I IlaNteY-8 acres $10,000 I II 3 BR, 1 bath frame home with well 12 x 60& septic.mobile home$7,700.00., furnished | Plumbln..1New

Homes and mobile homes. 160 16-ft. with 1973 Mercury fine body & interior, antiquetag cent heat/air chain link fenced - -

$180 installed $140 unm- 140 HP and heavy duty galvanized engine, needs work. $250 Therese-10 acres $12,500 comer lot, $19,400. Country store restaurant & gas Installation
stalled. GATOR MOBILE trailer. Tommy Black- or trade for small boat & I I - Also stock
HOME SERVICE CO. Ph. 372- shear, Kingsley Lake. 533- motor, 3 1/2 hp mini bike$70, FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished Lawtey-10 acres $11,000 2-story-5 BR 2 Bath frame homeon pumps included., equipped.Priced to move. Remodeling
9767 Gainesville. tfchg. 2441 night or day. 8/21 2tp 8ft. Hydroplane $75. Ph. 473- apt. Also 5 room furnished 1 acre 20000.

'vs.SEWING-'u_ _. _ _ 8/28 2486, Keystone Heights. No apt. Can 964-8071. Itp I Peotsvilla-11 acres $10,000 I II - Terms. Repairs
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-----------'.... collect calls. Itp 8/28 8/28 12 acres fenced well & septic
2
MACHINES repaired, Beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath over
------------ ------------ US-301 north,21 acres $35,000 tank E. of Lawtey. 15000.
all makes cleaned, oiled and FOR SALE: l Improved varieties II 1/2 acres of land. Good Terms. I aurranc.|
adjusted $7. Work guaran- white and black Muscadine FOR RENT: 12 x 52 Parkwood I - -
FOR SALE: Ford LTD 60 Acre farm 3 BR home fish
teed. James Strickland 964- grapes 40 cents per lb. You traler, furnished with extras. Hedbron-50 acres $57,000 UNITED FARM AGENCY
8733. tfchg. pick. Mrs.. Opal Lilly Flora- Brougham 1972. Automatic Cal 964-8172 after 6. Itp 8/28 pond planted pasture. Will National Adv.Complete & Supply
Pump
home, 'Fla. 8/14 3tp 8/28 transmission power steeringand ------------ I We have over 300 other listings. I divide r terms.,
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brakes, steel belted lake houseon Call" us. or come on In.I - -
---- ------- FOR RENT: 7 room
'MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also radals AM/FM stereo radio Kingsley Lake. Completely '. 1.2 acre Mobile home site Company

mobile home hurricane an- FOR SALE: $6.98 LP records' 45,000 miles excellent condition furnished. Monthly or weekly 2500. Piano

choring and mobile home roof $4.98, $5.98, LP for $3,98 at Packham$2,400. Ph. Rev. Merle Sept.thru May. Ph. 6332633. I I I FRED SACKrnR: ALToR I - Service 864 N.. Temple Ave.
473-4362. Itp 8/28 3 BR 1 54 Bath Double wide MH Will Buy Pianos
coating. Olin's MOBILE Dahmer's Discount. 2/27 tfchg. 206 N.Temple(US-301): ) Starke
-------- --- on 1 acre Lake Access Wm. George..
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26tchg 8/25 ------------ I L. 904/964-66Z2,46eM642
Home Service. 964-5606, Rt.
H3.660. 1228 St.
Blanding
FOR SALE: 1974 Plymouth
------------!. .. 964-7061
100W. Fla. : fur .1 t
Starke tfchg. Duster Slants,stick shift air. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Starke
,-- ----------- HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Original owner. Excellent con- nished house, no pets $115 LAWTCY ,i,. 961-5287'

ELECTRICIAN, EXPERIENCED, arts 'and crafts. Also .guaranteed dtion. $2,800. Phone 473- mo. with $60 deposit. Call 10 ACRES I QI 782-3806- 8-14: 2tp 8:21:
after 5 Itchg _
964-6560
p.m. .
licensed, bonded, reasonable stereo repair. 118 3219. rMrru wirsj S HrAlA. : Davidson
964-6061. ------------ 8/28 From
rates save money. Court. Ph. 9647329. tfchg., ------------ \\10? Minutes
tfchg. -----...._,----- FOR SALE: 1969 Plymouth FuryIII JIMMY MOORE'S Mobile Home ParkIn
air, AT. PS new tires & FOR RENT: Mobile home 2 Keystone Heights
FOR SALE 38 Snub nosVnand Sun
: bedroom. Call 9646261. 1tp SportsMORE
gun$56.22 hand guns $24.95, battery $500. Counter top 8/28 ;M.750 Per Acre City Limits
like ( ) $75.'
range new yellow BOAT FOR
25 automatic guns from ------------ "
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r-- Ph. 4733318. Itp 8/28 J.Thomas,Realtor' YOUR MONEY TF $30 Per Mo.
SALE $49.95. Dahmers Discount. "
FOR Mo.
:. __ FOR RENT:: Furnished Duplex. 1&' Per 621 N. Walnut St.
tfchg STARKE PH 964-9791
.. .... .., Gas lights and water fur- Tel. '4-412 Walk To New
--N ----- -- No Low
nished. 603 E. WashingtonAve. Land 7 Room House, nice action of
Center
.foR) SALE.:Diamond needles l for: 'fOR SALE: po IJ ydluse812 by 'r '''ANTEDl .. Starke. Itp 8/28 WEST CENTRALREALTY. City Hardwood Floors some COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN Shopping
247 dIfferentones. 12 DRIVE SERVICE City' Gas. Water I S.w.rOn
inch of tots of
any stereo over tile, with stick on back ------------ INC. items furniture

we have them all. Dan- now at Dahmer's Discount. FOR RENT: '12' wide mobilehomesoutsldacltylimlts. Registered Broker storage carport paved driveway AND REPAIR
mer's Discount, tfchg 2/27.26tchg 8/25 1-378-2308.Anytime comer with paved streets COMPLETE FIBERGLASS 301 South
..... J.B.White. .
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---------- Call shade trees end shrubbery.
:-r--------- / WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 bedroom Ph.. 964-6114. tfchg. Evenings : REPAIR Jolu Mottl
Priced at $17,500.00, terms may
ArtPatray CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
FOR SALE: Mobile Home Pans FOR SALE :: Case pock.krsves unfurnished house in .------------ 473-2039! be arranged. G.L.ASS'FISHING' BOATS
and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE now at Oahrners Discount Starke by November 1st. Can 964-8810
FOR RENT: Olin's SubdMsfon( r
HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100 ,tfchg. after 2.30p.m.: 4311184.8282tp94 8.71 acres West sib State Road
1/2 -re Iota, $25.00 per 2 BR Frame 'house outside city.
964-5608 tfchg.
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W. Starke -"" ,---'" month. Water & Sewage No. 100 just outside City Limits.Price
------------ Excaiant condition. 2.3 acres. .
furnished. For information call $15,500.00.Offices
WANTED DESPERATE:: Baby Mark Olin. Olin's Mobile $38,000-3 BR,2 Bath CH&A FILL DIRT

sitter in area from Hampton to Homes Sales, Hwy. .100 W., One Acre Lot. 1,668 sq. ft. living;' and/or busi.Btot8g8. 4)

RUCTIONHunks Brooker only. Leave Ph. No. Starke:: 964-6 08. tlchg.h .. area 154 miles out of City Limits or rent.

at 964-8612 or write P. O. Box ----_ M=-| ---;. of Starke. Top Soil
41. Hampton Fie.,, Debbie 54 Lots in City with utilities avail
For Sale: 2 Story house doaa to Fill Dirt
Hawkins. 1tp 8/28 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom air con- able. Suitable for development.
dnioned mobile home on nice town. Upstairs furnished apt. I -
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For: Making Our First Sale So Successful. shady lot.' Call 964-8029. Itp downataira: 3 BR. 488-1873

WANTED: Woman to help with 8/21 30 acres with good timber, Call
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chickens, live in. Cal 782-3711 ------------ paved road front. 4 miss N. ofStark.
MORE EQUIPMENT FOR
NEED
NOW WE STEPHEN SMITHSTAR
after 6 p.m. lip 8/28 ., terms.CartenenClel .
OUR SEPTEMBER SALE :.. __ '
We Have Buyers Here Every Day : boildino block construction BYRON E.; DUCE, ,ROUTE HAMPTON.FLA.littlittttitiStStaei .
WANTED: Used sofas. bedroom .1 HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 2.400 sq. ft. 1 acre Reg. Rear Estate Brbker
sets washers stoves and 393 N.T.-npIeAw.. aae.eee .
.Call Us About Bringing In Your Tractor., refrigerators. Dahmers Ola- land, 3 roles from Stafke. 964-7700

Trucks, Auto.,Trailers, Backhoes &; Equipment, aunt 7/24 8tchg 9/22 19 acres. Lawtey good timber. HOUSE FOR RENT. ...
,. -----------r SALE Dabkwide mobile
Of All Kinds Now." : Terms.t 5 acres Olin's Subdivision
WANTED: Live-In housekeeper home on Kingsley Lake IQOacraa

.&companion" for aktariy tody. 10000. Webur Heath 633-: 176 acre, Brooker area. Some House&Sacra I
:Convtrf UnnMdt-J.. Equlpmant To Cash Room, board & salary. Call 7 2318 or 633-2308.: Itp 8/28 planted pines.. I

to 10 Mon. thru Sat. Itp ------------ with
p.m.
//10 Let us help you your I
"i ,.. 828WANTED FOR. SALE: 1975 Eaton Park ,1 to:10 was open land.1 4 Mies financing.' i
--.- ..------- Doubtowide 80 x 24 mobile from Stall s. Home sftse. only.:;

EQUIPMENT ; :"The one couple'in' ,'home. 3 bedroom, ,2 full Listing neadad_for 3 BR ......
N.Eo FLORIDA 100 .' who 'are ambition'' baths, wett In closet aN car- 1 to 2 acre motile home site*, ,
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AUCTION 4" '* -- enough to earn $1000 'pet 'paiaifr" big family room, 4 ton N.W. of Starke Tern*. LISTINGS FINANOP4RENTALS'NEED ; ,

V.8.11 Ph. (1904]284-5977 month In their own bushneea.: A7C;MOO and take over payments Roberts Jr.. l
'- of $211 ..,|. Call Anvne .t2i ,
Green Cove Springs Write ant ROWB.2901 SW let per mo. 1 'ihl.r.L.ti' i= r
Ave.. OlIn...... 8128 4tp MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES. NCQ.'MEAL ESTATE, BROKER"ft VERNIE DOOM
Ifltt : 9/18 984.7212.1tetrg 8/28 ,*;. -l' 984.7828 984-6476' I '". Call Mark Olin 964-5606'Hwy 100 W.'

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18 TELEGRAPH August 28.197S


DRIVER: Hubert Priest

Route 11 1 Bus 11
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Route' 1-A will begin on SR-230 at the County Une, proceed West :

: to the last entrance to Wilson Road. Picks up students on Wilson :: ; ,, Bradford School Bus Schedule ."
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Rood to Qritf Loop and Bethel Church area Return to Wilson Road ,, '
and proceed to Southside Elementary, Bradford Middle and Bradford ,

High Schools. Afternoon route commences at Southside Bementary, ,
Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools reversing route.A. .

DRIVER: Freda Mott 8:45: Lawtey Elementary School .
M SCHEDULE Route B will begin on Old Lawtey Road at SR-16 proceed on Old ROUTE 124 BUS 124 9:00 Bradford MIddle School yt"'y,. ,
7:15: County Une at SR-230(} Lawtey Road to Market Road. Thence Is will proceed to Starke Elementary 9:05: Bradford HIgh School .' ;; .

7:25: Wilson Road and Colley Road ', !1:-,,'. School.A. Route 24-B will. begin at the Junction of SR-235 and SR-231 Northof ',"r., "'
7:30: : Bethel Church Brooker with loop made at the Russell I Green. Road. Then proceedto P. M. SCHEDULE \

7:45: Southside Elementary M. SCHEDULE the railroad tracks at New River. Thence will turn left on the R.R. 3:05: Bradford Mddto School .. ,:. ,, .
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Bradford Middle r 8:50ad: Lawtey Road and SR-16 '
7:55: ?r ', ? Anders Road to the Wily Kelly Road and then West to SR-231 and 3:10: Bradford HIgh School .
8.05: Bradford High 1fc. \ 8:55Martlet: Road 325 .' .
: Lawtey Bamentary School
then South to Brooker Bementary. Proceed East on SR-18 and Highway
P. M. SCHEDULE 9.05: > Starke Elementary SchoolP. 227 to US-301: 1. then North to Bradford Middle School and Bradford 3:45: Highland at US-301

2:00: Southside Elementary High School.The bus will return to Brooker. The afternoon route 4:00: US-301 at Lawtey
Bradford Middle M. SCHEDULE
2.05: will begin at Brooker Elementary depositing children living on SR-18
2:10: Bradford High School r i" .. 3:10: Starke Elementary DRIVER: Bavariy Matthews
and the McKinney Road at Graham arriving empty at Bradford
2:20: Geiger Road I'' 3:15: Market Road ROUTE 143 BUS 143
Middle School and reversing the morning route.A. .
2:30: : Bethel Church Road 3:20: SR-1S at Old Lawtey Road
2.35: Wilson Road Route 43Awll begin at SR-21 at Griffin Fish Camp: Proceed: around
2:45: County Line at SR-230(} M. SCHEDULE Lake Santa Fa to a point 'between the lakes and back to SR-100. Proceed
7:43: SR235SR231.2miles North of Brooker North SR-100 Southside
on to Elementary Bradford Mddto and
DRIVER Cora Stalnaker 7:58: R.R. Anders Road Bradford High Schools. The afternoon route begins at South skie Ba
:
& Gas Plant
Route 1-8 begins at SR-225 at County Une proceeding to Lawtey ROUTE 21 BUS 121 8:19: Kelly Road memory, Bradford Middle and Bradford Hgh Schools and reverses
Elementary unloading all elementary students. Repeat to county line 8.27: -. Brooker Elementary the morning rout.

picking up all students 712. Proceed to Mddle School and Bradford Route 21-B will begin at the Junction of SR-18 and SR-231 near 9:05 9:10:: Bradford Bradford High Middle School.School. P. M. SCHEDULE ,
Bradford Bradford A. M.
High School. Afternoon route begins at Middle Brooker and travel east along SR-18 the Junction of SR-18 and SR-' 2:20 Brooker Elementary School SCHEDULE
School the morning route, then to Lawtey Elementary : 7:10: SR-21 at Griffin Fish Camp
High reversing 231 Graham .
near and then travel West on the Dedan Road to Brooker 2:40: Graham Post Office ,
School if necessary.A. Elementary School. In the afternoon this route wiH begin at Brooker 3.05: Bradford Middle School 7:22 SR-21-B at SR-21-A .
Elementary then proceed on SR-18 West to the county line at Worth- 3:10: Bradford High School 728: SR-21-A and SR-100 :'n-it, "

M. SCHEDULE ington and SR-237 to county line then to Brooker and North on SR- 3:40: Brooker 7:50:! SouthskJs Elementary

8:20: County Une at SR-225 235)and SR-231.This route will contain elementary students only.A. 3:46: Gas Plant Er Kelly Road 8:00: Bradford MIddle ,";\ '
8:35 Lawtey Elementary 8:10Bradford: HIgh
4.05: New River Graded Road
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8:40: SR-225 at County Line M.: SCHEDULE '
4:20 2 Mites North Brooker
: SR-236. ft ''''I*! .
8'50 US-301 and SR-225 8:07: Junction, SR-18 SR-231 P. M. SCHEDULE

9:05 Bradford Middle School 8-22: Junction, SR-18. SR-231 DRIVER: Marie Morgan 2:00: SouthskJe Elementary 'L.". _.

9:10: Bradford High School ..,1.. J .. 827: Brooker Elementary School ROUTE *33 BUS 133 2:05: Bradford Mddte ?* I ,',
2:10
Bradford
,,", : HIgh .
P. M. SCHEDULE "', P. M.'SCHEDULE Route 33-A begins on SR-100 (old) around Lake Bedford returning 2:34: SR-100 and SR-21-A

3,06 Bradford Middle School 2-30: Brooker Elementary School to SR-100 to Graded Theressa Road. Proceed: to SR-18 East on SHIS 2:38: SR-21-A and SR-21-B
.' 3.10: Bradford High School 2:30: : Highway 18 at County Una and proceed to SR-100 the Batten Road and SR-lOO to South- 2:50: SR-21 It Griffin Fish Can )

3:20: SR.225 at County Line 2:35:: ; Highway 18 and SR-237 side Elementary Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools. The
335: Lawtey Elementary 2:40: Brooker afternoon route begins at Southside Elementary Bradford MIddle and

3:45: SR-225 at County UneDRIVER 2:46: Gas Plant and Kelly Road Bradford High Schools and reverses morning route.A. .
3:05: R.R. Anders Road at New River Rout 43B wM!begin on US-301 at Market Road and proceed Northto

3:20: SR-235 2 Miles North of Brooker M. SCHEDULE SR-200-A then return on US-301 South thence Market Road West
: James Watson 7:06: SR-100 (old) to SR-16, to Bradford Middle, Bradford HIgh and Stark Elementary

ROUTE #3 BUS 13 7:15: SR-100 at Bedford Lake Road Schools. The afternoon route begins at Bradford Middle Bradford .

720: SR-100 Theressa Road HIgh and Stark Elementary Schools: and reverses the morning rout.
Route 3-B will begin at SR-225 at the county line of Graham then 7:27: SR-18 at SR-100
proceeding to the McKinney Road and then back to SR-18 and the 7:34SR100 at Batten Road A. M. SCHEDULE
Graham Post Office, picking up students along SR-18 to Dedan Road DRIVER: D. E. Boarwright 7:50: Southside Bementary 8:30: : US-301 North at Carter's Store
then non-stop to Brooker Elementary School. Thence will proceed ROUTE 122 BUS 122 8:00: Bradford Middle 8:38: US-301 and SR-200-A

North on SR-235 to Ethan Sapp Road to SR-100, then East to Brad 8:10: Bradford High School 8:50:: US-301 and Market Road
ford Middle School and Bradford High School. The afternoon route Route A begins on dirt road by the Veterinary Hospital and proceeds \. 8:00 Bradford Middle

will begin at Brooker Elementary depositing students living on the to SR-100 on Forsyth Road to SR-100 thence North to South- P. M. SCHEDULE ,, ." ..*?-n'; 9:05: Bradford High ,
Dedan Road and SR-225 South of Graham and then proceeding side Elementary School Bradford Middle School and Bradford High 2:00: Southside Elementary e.1' <. 9:05: Stark Elementary '
empty to Bradford Middle School and reversing the morning route. School. The afternoon route wi begin at Southside Elementary, 2:05:) Bradford Middle School
Bradford Middle and Bradford High and reverse the morning route.A. 2:10: Bradford High P. M. SCHEDULE .

A;" M. SCHEDULE 2:30: : Batten Road at SR-100 3.05: Bradford Mddk
7;35- SR-225, South of Graham at County Une M. SCHEDULE 2:37: SR-18 at SR-100 3:10: Bradford Hgh

7:45: McKinney Road 7:15 Graded Road by Vet.'s Hospital 2:44: SR-100 at Theressa Road 3:10: Stark Elementary
7:50: Graham Post Office 7:20: SR-100 and Forsyth Road 2:49: SR-100 at Bedford Lake Road 320: US-301 at Market Road
8,25 Brooker Elementary School 7:35:: ; Forsyth Road & S. SR-1W 2:54: SR-100 (loldl) 3:32: US-301 at SR-200-A '

8:35: SR-235 Ethan Sapp Road 7:45: Southside Elementary 3:42: US-301 at Carters Store .
.
; r Iot-
840; SR-100 "I.-.. 7:55: Bradford Middle School '- Route 33-B begins at the Junction of SR-233 and US-301 Proceed
9:06 Bradford Middle School 8:00: Bradford High School ;: West on SR-233 to SR-16 thanes North to Bill Reddiah's Store. Pro

9:10: : Bradford High School r P. M. SCHEDULE ceed East on dirt road to Crawford Settlement and return to SR-16.
2:00: Southside Bementary Proceed South to Bradford MIddle School. Bradford Hgh School and DRIVER: Wills WienROUTE144
P. M. SCHEDULE 2:05 Bradford Middle BUS 144
: Starke Elementary School. The afternoon route begins at Bradford
2:15: Brooker Elementary School 2:10: Bradford High
Mddte Bradford High and Starke Elementary and reverses route.A. .
3:06 Bradford Middle School 225: Forsyth Road & SR-100 Route 44-A wW begin at Parades Lake proceed to SR-21-A at

3:10: Bradford High School 2:40: South SR-100 and Forsyth Road M. SCHEDULE SpeedviRe, than North to SR-100.Thence on SR-100 North to South-

3:35: SR-100 Ethan Sapp Road 2:50: Graded Rd. by Vet's Hospital 8:20: SR-233 and US-301: tide Elementary School and unload al students for grades K-5. Pro-

3;40 SR-235 Ethan Sapp Road 8.X:: SR-233 and SR-18 ceed to Bradford MIddle and Bradford High) Schools.: The afternoon

8:38: Crawford Settlement rout wIN! begin at SouthskJ Bemantary, thence to Bradford MdrJe
Route B begins on SR-225 and SR-16 proceeds East to graded 8:45: Bill Reddish Store '.. and Bradford HIgh Schools.

road at Patrick's, thence back to SR-225 and East to SR225A. Then 9:00: Bradford MIddle School .. j 'j
DRIVER.;James WaterROUTEI4 : _._ .... North to SR-125 thence East 2 miles to first graded road South. Pro- 9.05: Bradford HIgh School A. M. SCHEDULE ..
'
BUS 14 r card on SR-22S Terry Road thence East on Terry Road to SR200A 9:05-: Starke Elementary School 2 I,.. '; '':;:r rS"Wv """ 720: Paradba Lake ,, ",'1'. ""I'", ., .
and to Lawtey Elementary School Bradford Middle School and -... .,.. 7:30: : SR-21-A at Speedvile
d ,
A 'I" I ;
Route begins SR-18 East I4 '
at boundary of school: attendance area, Bradford High School. The afternoon route begins at Bradford Middle P. M. SCHEDULE 7:35: SR-21-A end SR-100 .,
I proceeding North West to SR-221 and South to U5IrII: : county fine. then to Lawtey Elementary School and reverses the morning route. 3:05: Bradford Mddte 7:60: SouthskJs Bemenury.
US-301
, on to SR-18 to Hampton Elementary School. Load to
3:10: Bradford High and Stark Elementary BOO: Bradford Mddkt
capacity with secondary students and proceed to Bradford MdtSa
School and Bradford A. M. SCHEDULE 3:30: : Bill Reddish Store 8.05: Bradford HIgh ,
School.
High Afternoon route begin at Mddte
8:15: SR-16 at SR-225
3:37: Crawford Settlement
route.School Hugh School then Hampton Elementary and reverses momng 8:17 Patrick Road and SR-225 3:45: SR-16 and SR-233 P. M. SCHEDULE "

827: SR-225 and SR-225-A 3:53: SR-233 and US-301 2:00: Southside Elementary
A. M. SCHEDULE S.X: SR-225-A and SR-125 2:05: Bradford Mddkt

7:<6. SR-18 West c* Theresa 8:34: Graded Gaskins Rd:-at SR-125 DRIVER:Johnny Jackson 2:10: Bradford HIgh

73D- SR-18 and SR221 8:40: SR-225 ROUTE#41 BUS 141 2:35: SR-21-A and SR-100
733: US-301 at County Line 8:42: Terry Road 2:40;: SR-21-A Speedvile

; 7J8: US-301: and SA-18 .. 8:45: Lawtey Elementary -u'r Route A-1 begins at the Apartments on SR-16 and proceeds to 2:50: Parads Lake

745 HanDton ESe rertary 9:00: Bradford MIddle School .pu) .Southside, Elementary School. Afternoon route reverses Itself.
800- Braetotd Mdd School ; m 9:06: Bradford High School 't 1

8 .::6. BradKxd High School A. M. SCHEDULE Rout 44-B wig begin at the intersection: of SR-16 and SR-229-A at

P. M. SCHEDULE 7:30:: Apartments on SR-16 Helbron Baptist Church.: Proceed: West on SR-229-A to(junction with
P. M. SCHEDULE 3:06: Bradford MIddle 7:40: Southside Elementary SR-233 South and return on SR-233. Thence proceeding South to
2-<6 Bradford KVJdte School 3:10: Bradford High r SR-16 and on to Bradford Mddk, Bradford Huh end Starke Bemen

2.V3 Bradford High School 325: Lawtey Elementary P. M. SCHEDULE The sftamoon rout wil begin at Bradford Mddle
:245 Mafcfton &e''
2.351Srn: at County Ire 3:30: : SR-225 2:05: Apartments on SR-16
238: US-301: : and SR-18 3:36: Gaskins Road at SR-225 A. M. SCHEDULE

2.50 SR-18 2 irnes West d Therein 3:41: SR-225-A and SR-125 8:28:: SR-16 and SR-229-A

3:44: SR-225-A and SR-225 Route A-2 begins at the Apartments on SR-16 and proceeds: Northon 8:30: SR-229-A and SR-233
Route B wW begin' on SR-200-A. turn West on Dick Ferguson 3:50: Patrick Road Old Lawtey Road to the Market Road. Thence on to US-3D1 1 and 8:42: SR-233 and SR-16.
' Roars Proceed to tat dirt road, south. Ode around by Woodlawn 3:55SR225: at SR-18 then to Bradford Middle School. Afternoon route reverses Itself 8:48: Green Acres
Ou t i continuing: North East to first dart road to left. Proceed on 9:00: Bradford Middle 'I.
i graowJ: road to SB.225. turn East and proceed to Lawtey Elementary A. M. SCHEDULE 9:05: Bradford High i

Scncic Pct up Ruoents for Bradford. Mddto School and Bradford 7:45: Apartments on SR-16 9:05: Stark Bamentary "' '' .*. H\

Hg* Sdhool and proceed on US-301 to Starve< and Middle School. 7:55: Old Lawtey Road & Market Road '

Asmoon rout HMD begin at Bradford Middle School and reverse DRIVER: Betty Griffis 8.00: Bradford Mdde School P. M. SCHEDULE
,
mcmrig rouie. ROUTE 123 BUS 123 3:05: Bradford Middy
P. M. SCHEDULE 3:101: Bradford Hgh

\ A.. M.. SCHEDULE Route A begins at Trestle Road at Sampson Lake, proceeds Northto 2:10: Bradford Mddle 3:10: Stark Bamsntary '
: 8.15 SR 200-A and Ferguson SR-100 to Edwards Loop and Alton Road to Southside Elementary 2:15: Apartments on SR-16 3:18 Green Acres

S 8.3D Wcodamn Church Bradford MIddle and Bradford High" Schools. This bus will then proceed 2:20:: Market Road Jo.' 328: SR-233 and SR-18
835 SR22S SR-233
3:40 SR-229-A and
to Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville. Afternoon route :
8 45. and SR-229-A
3:44 SH-M
Lawtey Elementary
:
of 12A will begin at Southside Elementary Bradford Middle, and
900. Bradford MkfcSe School Bradford High School and reverse morning route. (Bus 123)) Routs B begins at the Apartments on SR-18 and proceeds North on ..
!9-06 Bradford High School ,N, Ok Lawtey Road to Market Road then on US-301 to Bradford High DRIVER: Patsy GrIffis

A. M. SCHEDULE School.A. ROUTE fSI BUS 1S1

P. M. SCHEDULE ...' 7:15 Trestle Road Sampson Lake
:
3 06 Bradford Mtidte School 725 Graded Road at SR-100 M. SCHEDULE Rout Awl! begin on SR-16 at the CIty Limits proceeding East on
3:10 Bradford High School 7:40: SR-100 and Edwards Loop 8:45: Apartments on SR-16 SR-16 the County Un*. Proceed West on SR-18 to Bowers Road to
3.25 Lawtey Elementary 7:45: Alton Road 8:55: Old Lawtey Road & Market Road SR-230. Proceed Basaant. Road to Southside Bemenury Bradford
346 SR22S : Mddto and Bradford High School. Th afternoon
7:50 Southside Bementary 9:05: Bradford HIgh rout begins at
350 Woodawn Church 8.00-:: Bradford Middle School(Bus 129)) (Jr.. CoIl) Southsld, Bradford Mddto and Bradford Mph Schools reversing the
400 SR-200-A P. M. SCHEDULE route.
8:10: Bradford High SchoolP.
3:10. Bradford HIgh

u M. SCHEDULE 3:15: Apartments on SR-16 A. M. SCHEDULE
2:03 SouthskJe Bementary2KB 3:20.:: Peeks Road 7:10: SR-16 at Dry Umrts
:
DRIVER: Alberta Dell Bradford Mddto School I 7:15: SR-18 at County Do
ROUTE '14 BUS 114 : DRIVER: Marjorie Wade 725: SR-16 at Bowers Road
2:10: Bradford High School ROUTE*42 BUS 142 '7:35: Bowes Road at SR-230 I .',
i 220: Alton Road (Bus 1231)
.r Route A will begin in Hampton and South on SR-325 to County SR-100 7:40: Bisisnt Road
and
" Une. Return to Hampton and proceed North on SR-221 turning Easton 225: SR-100 Edwards and Loop Graded Road Route A begins at the North end of SR-100-A end proceeds to the 7:50:! SouthskJe Bsmsntary

I' Johns Road for approximately I 11/2 miles, turning South on 2:40: Road Lake South. Thane' to SR-100 and North to SouthskJe Elementary, Bradford ftOO: Bradford Mddto .
Trestle Sampson
Rhoden graded Road to SR18. Picking up on graded road South on 2:50: MIddle and Bradford Hgh School. The afternoon recite begins a'' 8:06:( Bradford' HIgh .f '''' .

SR-18, then back on SR-18, thence to Hampton Elementary School. Southside Bradford Middle and Bradford HIgh Schools and i reverses "
.
Pick up students for Bradford Middle School and Bradford High the morning route. P. M. SCHEDULE .'
Route B wHI begin at SR-18 West of Brooker at County Line picking .
School, leaving sufficient room for Uncoln CIty students assigned' to 'upon SR-18 end SR-237 proceed to Brooker Bementary. Thence 2:00: Souhsid Bamsntary .. 'I..
Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. The afternoon A. M. SCHEDULE 2:05: Bradford MIddle
on SR-18 picking up al students grades 7 12 between the Brooker .
route will begin at Bradford Middle School thane to Bradford High 720: SR-100-A North 2:10: Bradford HIgh
ana Junction/ of SR-225 to SR-227, thence to Bradford Mddle .
School and Uncoln CIty and the 7:36 SR-100-A South 220Sessant: Road .
Hampton Elementary reversing School and Bradford HIgh School.Afternoon route will commerce: at "
morning route. 7:46: SouthskJa Bemenury 2Bowers: Road M SR-230"
and Bradford School
Bradford Mdde School Hgh and reverse the
7:66: Bradford Mddk School 2:35 SR-18 M Bowes Road .
I A. M. SCHEDULE .. morning route.A. 8:00: Bradford HIgh, School 't' .' ,' .- 2:46: SR-18 at County Un
..
.
.' '
7:06SR5: at County Line South 2:110SR18: at Oty Lint
.. M. SCHEDULE ? r'. 'OJ, .', '
7.30:: SR-221 and Johns Road Una P. M. SCHEDULE ,>
SR-18
8:03 County
::
7:36:: ; Johns Road : 2:00: SouthskJe Bemenury .
&10 SR-237
-
7:40: Hampton 881T8f1t8ry' 825 Brooker Elementary (Bus 123)) 2.-05: ) Bradford Mddto School OM ?Z*bsgIn f g>d.d road* fIIssssnt Glove Church. Orel
7:50: Lincoln CIty 8:42: Graham 2:10: Bradford HIgh School dfct road Wast on SR-228. Pleasant. Gave.. and pick up en Crosby
8:00.: Bradford MIddle School 8:90:! Junction SR-225 and SR-227 225: SR-100-A South Road East toward.SR-16.. Turn around on Crosby Road and retUrn to

8t:05 Bradford High School 9:00: Bradford Mddk School 2:40: SR-100-A North SR-ZZI. Than South M Bradford ........ rndfonl High and Stark

\, 946: Bradford High School 'Bamsnttry Schools.* afMmoon rout* bsojns at the Mddto
P. M. SCHEDULE School. Bradford HIgh end Such Iisrthertery f-mtTit and nurses
2:<6. Bradford MIddle P. M. SCHEDULE Rout B begins on US-301 North of Lawtey to Highland and ratum rout*.

2:10-: Bradford HIgh School 3:05 Bradford Mdd School to Lswtsy Etomsntary School. Unload aH elsmsntaty students and
2:20-: Lincoln CIty 3:10 Bradford HIgh School I proceed to US-301 South to Bradford Mddto School and Bradford A. M. SCHEDULE
: ,
2.30: : Hampton Bementary 3:30: i' Graham (Bus 1231 HIgh School. The afternoon rout begins at Bradford Mddto School 8:45 SRa Plmsm. Gore Church
2:33: Johns Road & SR-221 3:45; Brook ". and reversal the morning routes ftfJO: Crosby Road. .

2:38.: Johns Road & SR-18 SR-237 and SR-18 tOO: ...... MddIe
3:67: .
2:42: SR-18 in Hampton 4:07: SR-18 at County Un* A. M. SCHEDULE feCB: Bradford Hgh
2:50: -. SR-236) at County Una. 8:15: US-301 North. SR-125! 9KB: Stark BamsntIi' "
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3:47: Claude Rowe Road & SR-125


School Schedule I I continue\>> ." "-';-.<-t. ".., ,",; 4:00 3:56:: --' US-301 Griffis Road and Starling Road ..... .. .' State Control Due Shortly


DRIVER) Leoms Whitehead! I

ROUTE#71 BUS#71

P. M. SCHEDULE ... S On Underground Water SupplySTARKE
3:(06 .' Bradford Middle .. 0 "Route A begins at US-301 In Lincoln Qty. Proceed..eton SR100A -

3:10: Bradford High : ... ..... .' to second house past Owen Joist. Turn around and proceed to -

3.10: Starke Elementary I South ide Elementary Bradford Mddle and Bradford High Schools. In less than a Woodard's explanation to -Refused to take action on Agency. A committee was

320: > Crosby Road Afternoon route begin.at South ide. Bradford Middle and Bradford. year a permit will be requiredto the board that SRWMD con- James McKay's request to appointed to screen applicantsfor
drill
3.30:: SR-229 at Pleasant Grove High Schools and reverses 1 morning route. a well in Bradford trols the use of water led the maintain a road into a subdi- the three jobs yet unfilled.
and .within few
County, a
.
Commission: to tell Attorney vision south of Starke. The -Heard a county wide fire
available will be
'A. M. SCHEDULE years water Gene Shaw to drop preparation board told McKay the developer via
protection plan proposed
DRIVER: Etta Thornton '. 7:30:: t. Uncaln City US-301 taken from this county for use of an ordinance to estab- declined to give the countythe use satellite stations by J.C.
in the Brad-
ROUTE*S2 o' 7:46: South ld Elementary water-poor areas, control
S BUS(52e" ford Commission lish a county water required right-of-way of 60 Prevail district fire control
0' 7.66: a Bradford Middle County was district, since the state agency feet to maintain the road and ,officer, of the Florida Forest
'"""' '%irltd 67-'A'wltt tI'lblrl' "Stafke; and"pick up atuderrtS'on J53ry 8:00: Bradford HighP. told Jack Monday Woodard Aug. 5.executive takes precedence. the county has never agreed to Service. The board took no

South to SR-227 thence West Woodard also told the com- maintain it. The
on SR 227 to SR-225 to Sampson director of the complaintlies action. The plan sounded very
CIty. Return same route to US-301. Turn South on US-301 to June M. SCHEDULE mile Suwannee River 8,000 square Water mission he considered '!'t with the developer, not the similar to the satellite station

h, tion with SR-221. Turn around and continue route to South ide Bementary. 2:00: -. South ide Elementary told the "pretty much out of order" for commission, McKay was told. plan suggested by (the Bradford -

Bradford Middl9and Bradford High School, The afternoon 2.06: Bradford Mddki commission Management his District will the water management to -Heard Clerk Brown reportthe County Volunteer Fire

\ U route will begin at Southside Bradford Mdde and Bradford 2:10: Bradford High control the of agency all water in take a stand pro or con on proposed county is recipient of Department but which the

SS' .(;High, Schools, and\ reverse rooming route. 225: Lincoln City at US-301 the 15-county'use district under sewage disposal site on $94,789\ for 15 positions under commission cut out in its bud-
the Keystone Airport the federal
Comprehensive .
get preparation.Voiced
the Water Resources Act
1972
A. M. where the of Keystone
SCHEDULE city Employment and Training no opposition to
of Florida
7:10 US-301 at Prevatt Creek Route B will begin on SR-235 at Moody Store proceeding North the Legislature Heights proposes to spray Act Titles II and IV under Florida Power & Light's planto

720: SR-225 at Sampson CIty East to SR-229, thence N. W. on 229 to County Line. Turn around which holds that water effluent from a sewage treat- which employees can be hired erect a 240 KVA transmission -
to all the like
7:30:: SR-225 and SR-227 0 and return to SR-225. Proceed on SR-225 to second graded road past belongs Woodard people invited ment plant.In for approved governmental line through the county to
7:36 SR-227 and Baytess Highway Church,turning West 1/2 mile. Then North to SR-- air. was to The
: US-301 ,. the Mrs. other action at the Aug. 5 positions. positions are service a new steel plant of
7:40: US-301 and SR-221 ,. 0., 225, South 2 miles to last graded road on left. Circle North to return to meeting Monday by secretary to county com- several hundred employees in
Geri Johns who said she meeting the county com-
,
just
7.80: Southside Elementary SR-225. Proceed South to SR-100 to Starke Elementary Bradford wanted be certain the mission mission, 2 policemen for the Baldwin. The line would be 60
8-00: Bradford Mddle Mdde, and Bradford Hgh School. Afternoon route will begin at to knows : ,City of Sta.-ke policeman for miles long

8:10: Bradford High ," Mdde School Starke Elementary, Bradford Hgh School and reverse what county is commission -Told Mrs.Johns when she I the City of Lawtey a firemanfor -Approved the name of

TV the morning route. Bradford coming. is water asked that the Keystone Air- the City of Lawtey, radio Dale Brown to fill the

P. M. SCHEDULE bank for the County State of Florida a port be zoned, that the City of dispatcher for the Sheriff's on the county zoning boar
2:00. South ide i"'*t 'i A M. SCHEDULE Keystone Heights has not yet Department, maintenanceman Edwards
: Elementary :, ,. the has '-Told Lloyd the
: meaning county more
2(6.:( Bradford Mddle 0 8:15: Moody Store SR-236/100 available than asked for a permit. to spray for the school board board has no opposition to his

2:10: Bradford High : _f.. ,,f: 8.25: SR-2361229 at Faulkner water use, Woodard said. Role it of can the effluent from its proposed 'supply clerk for the National deepening a canal going into
8.27: SR-229 at County Una Guard, a clerk for the countytax
2-30: US-301: at SR221)1 Water Man- plant.Was Sampson Lake if Edwards can
Suwannee River
2.25: US-301: and SR-227 '. 8.29: SR-225 and 229 told the Hampton fire office, a clerk typist for get approval from trustees of
0. \ agement District (SKWMD),
vI1'
2:30:: SR-227 and SR-225 : ) 8:36: Baytess Highway Church Woodard it is to truck is running though the Food Stamp Office radio the Internal ImprovementFund

2:40: SR-225 at Sampson City ) w 8:51: SR-225 and 100 ..l' ", as evaluate how sees much water, is skipping.Approved. dispatcher for the City of (state cabinet).
2:50: US-301 at Prevatt Creek 9:00.: Bradford MIddle School > and a zoning changefor Starke, a clerk in the County
available in the! district
9:05 Starke Elementary Miller Enterprises to builda Health Department a r hr.
what the district will need in
905-: Bradford High Handy Way Store at the In- mechanic for the school Look for our First Annual

Route 52BAll/\ begin at the County Line on SR-1i""and proceed to the The future.agency has authority to tersection of SR-225 and Morgan board and an outreach Sale Ad Keystone Auto
'*" Road recommended worker for CUBB Economic
P. M. SCHEDULE as by
Bradford Starke Elementary and Sales.
Middles Bradford Hah Schools. The require permits for wells.
\
.
fiolU}[ .afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle Starke Elementary, 3:05 Bradford Middle Permits, when required, will the zoning board.

*tI.\?, Bradford High Schools and reverse. morning route. 3:10: Starke Elementary have to be obtained by mail or -Received as board application: I
3.10: Bradford High from the school to have
by visiting the White Springs Now Open
A. M. SCHEDULE 3:19: SR-225 and 100 10 of SRWMD. the issue of an appointive
headquarters
8 25 SR-18 3:34: Bayteea Highway Church school superintendent placedon
: at County Una North Purpose of the permitting
8:37 SR-16 3:41: SR-225 and 229 the ballot for the special 'SkalinFl.Rink.H
: and SR-229-A Woodard explained, will be to
8:47 SR-16 and Crosby Store 3:43: SR-229 at County Una determine the amount of presidential preference :

9:00-: Bradford Mddle School 3:46: SR-236 and 229 ,water available.At primary which is coming up. 100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light .Keystone Heights
Received the letter of
3:56: Mood Store at SR-235/100 resignation -
9:(05 Bradford High School some point in the next
of Dr. Robert Gilles-:
9(6Starke:( BementaryP. few years Woodard foresees a Open
health officer.
county
DRIVER Ida Mae Reddish into this pie
: pipeline run county
Clerk Gilbert Brown said two Mon Thurs Fri 7:30-9.30 Sat. 3.00-5:00: : .
: :
M. SCHEDULE ROUTE#81 BUS#81 from a more populous area have

3.06:( Bradford Made and water pumped out. physicians interest in the reported s 7:30-10.00: : PM 9:30-.11:3O: : : 7:30-9.30: :

3:10: Bradford High Route 81-A will begin on graded road at Marktee Starling's. Return Responsibility of the SRWMDis -Instructed Attorney position. Gene 09:30,11':30.Sun : : ,
3:23: Starke Bementary to Luke Road South 1 1/2 miles turn East on Laura Church Road 1 to monitor use of the water Shaw to ordinanceto 3-5
an
3:23 SR-16 at Crosby's Store 1/2 miles. South 1/2 mile,East 1 mile on the Old Kingsley Lake Road. and make sure enough limit prepare loads I
3:33SR1S: at SR-229-A Turn around at the County line and travel West 2 miles on Stem remains here for life to be on county

3:46: SR-16 at County Line North Road. Thence Northwest 1/2 miles on the Blington Road and returnto carried on as usual. graded roads. Weight limits Admission *1" Per Session
proposed are 50,000 pounds
SR-16. Proceed on SR-16 to South lde Elementary' Bradford SRWMD now has 21 em- .
Mdde end Bradford High Schools. The afternoon ployees and expects to In- gross or 16,000 pounds per Includes Skates
mite !v DRIVER: Hazel;\ Sapp .' route begins at axle. tf
161 'BUS#61 South ide Elementary Bradford Mklde and Bradford High Schools crease to 30 by the time the

and reverses the morning route.A. well permitting goes into ,

t-il"1 Route A will begin at US-301: >and SR-100-A, proceeding West I effect. .

up.all students on SR-100-A to SR-100. Then to Southside pickIng BeA M. SCHEDULE .< Woodard said he didn't like

,J 'terry School;Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools. Afternoon -- 7.05: > Marklee Starlings to quote dates but foresees Baldwin Tire

route will begin at Southslde Elementary, Bradford Middle and 7:20: Starling's Road end Luke Road permitting of wells by Jan. 1

Bradford! High School and reverse morning route.'A" 7.27: Luke Road and Laura Church and the agency is looking at ,
7.36: Qd Kingsley Lake Road the control of ground water by

: M.' SCHEDULE 7:40: Qd Kingeley Lake at SR-16 mid-Spring.

7:25: ;' US-301 end SR-100-A .7:50: South ide Elementary Center

7:40: SR-100-A and SR-100 I' : 800-: Bradford Middle School -.. '*

7:50: Southslde Bementary 8.05: Bradford Hgh S ;Medicare
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7:56: Bradford .1. : 1'1'
Middle
8:00 Bradford HIg School School 4X&J 4,...Lb.l.'i 0:.*."ic P. M. SCHEDULE 5 .- ft' *r t "*."Handbook' i I

r'int'(0!' w..u."' ""t n, ,'<'I a ISP QA : 2.00: South side Elementary' 'h' ."NowAnaila6leA \t 'Neil To Baldwins Chevrolet N. Temple Are. Starker

P. M. SCHEDULE .; to"'r '. 2.05: Bradford Middle .
2:00 South ide Elementary .: 2:10 Bradford Hgh "

205: Bradford Mddle School 2:20Old: King ey Lake at SR-16 new Social Security hand- *IB Per Tire
2:10: Bradford High School 2.25Old: Kingsley/ Lake Rd.at Co.line> book that lists things not SHVE1S

2.20 SR-100-A end SR-100 2:33: Laura Road and Luke Road covered by Medicare is avail-

236: US-301 1 and SR-100-A 2:40: Starling Road ft Luke Road ''able at the local Social SecurIty -
2:50: Merklee Starling ; office. fit Our
..
The booklet, entitled Your

Route B begins North of the State Prison Medicare Handbook lists
on graded road thence
SR-125 on graded road by Lawtey Cemetery and SR-225 to Lavvtey to Route 81-B mil begin at SA-1S.-d SR-225. Proceed West on SR- things such as routine physi- Pre Labor Day Stele

Elementary School. Unload al elementary student end proceed 225 to the Faulkner Road returning to SR-225.-1d South on SR-229. cal checkups routine eye and
to
Bradford High School and Bradford Middle School. The afternoon South to Bradford Middle, Starke Dementary and Bradford High hearing examinations drugs
routs will/\ begin at Bradford Middle School Bradford Schools. The afternoon route begins at Bradford Middle Bradford and medicines the beneficiary

f( Aapd reverse the morning ,route. High School Hgh and Starke Elementary Schools: and reverses the morning route.A. buys and can administer him- B.F.G. Radials XL 200REG.
iself den-
or eye glasses or

*1?" A: M: SCHEDULE M. SCHEDULE S tures as not covered by Medi- PRICE SALE PRICE

IJI15. SR-125 8:15: SR-22S at SR-16 care. .
: at Redding Road. ,
"> ,7 The handbook also contains
; SR-225 8:43: Rising Road at SR-229
lIt..840 ,
.9TOa45: Lawtey Elementary.School son, ...,' .. .' 9:00: Bradford MIddle tables showing what services $ r.
i are' not covered when a bene- FR 78114 $5510 Q80.2. ;
9.05
900:) Bradford Mddto School : Bradford Hgh and STarke Elgin .
906: Bradford Ugh SchoolP. ficiary is in a hospital or
P. M. SCHEDULE skilled nursing facility or is .5 Plus

M. SCHEDULE 305-:( Bradford Mdde receiving home care from a $ n

306: Bradford Mdde School .3:10: Starke Elementary and Bradford High health agency or a doctor. uresssvsa GR78x15HR78x15 $5390 43 e 2"
Besides not knowing what is .
3:10: Bradford Hgh School 3:27: Rising Road M SR-229 XL
3.30:: Lawtey Elementary School 3.65: SR-225 at SR-16 not covered by Social
3:40: SR-22S Security many people don't $ 10 Plus
know when to apply or what to 46 FET
4:10 $6230
SR-125 at Ret "" Reed
.
I S ,.i bring when they apply for 3t
,
DRIVER: Nancy Cotoman .
DRIVER: Brenda Jones ROUTE#91 BUS#91 Social Security benefits, Don A Recapable/ Trade In
ROUTE#62 BUS#62 R. Gardner field representative

reports.. .
Route A begins at SR-18 at SR-227 end proceeds Fast to US-301. Route 91-A begins at Market Road proceed. East to Old Lewtey I Persons who wish to file for $
then South SR-161nd 1| Tao
North on US-301 SR-221 thence south on US-301 SR-18 and to Road The afternoon to pick up students for Southsida Be- retirement benefits should file 580x15 4 Ply Nylon Black FET .2..
mentary. route begina at Southside Elementary and
;their claim three months
Hampton Bementary School. Load to capacity at the school or City "-If. '1,
.Hal and proceed Bradford Mdde and Bradford High Schools.: The '1'before the month they want 4 Ply.
G Nylon Black, $2230
:their first check to start, he 78x14
afternoon route wII begin Bradford MIddle School Bradford High A. M. SCHEDULE FET rt..

._School"and.to. |(tsmjton, Bamsfitary School! reversing,the morning 7:25 Market Road '.with said. They them should the also !bring: '
following
I
route. 7:30:: Old Lawtey Road :i items: their social security 678x15 4 Ply $2380
Nylon Black .
'
7:40: Old Lawtey Road at SR-16 FET 2
card: a record of last year'searnings
Ir A. M. SCHEDULE ,
Trade In
&
7:50 Southsida Recapable
: Bementary School -
7:00 SR-18 and SR-227 ,and a record of their
age or date of birth.
r*.' 713 SR-18 and US-301
P. M. SCHEDULE
Compliance with these rules
.
o.fl.I3J -'US-301 and SR-221 _
2:00 '
bw.7127. US-301 and SR-18 : ," : ",' Southsids Bementary can usually insure a'quick 40
.7:331 School ; 0 .t'. ... 230 > SR-16 and ad Lewtey Road .response' Gardner said. 78x14 4 Ply Poly $30 FET '2"
Demernary
t* : Hampton>> ; .
2:30>> Old Road
"I7/ >tt .Hampton Oty Had7:86 -. '' '.. ,.,' '" Lawtey at Oty Limit

: Bradford Mdde School ,r ; r F78x15 4 Ply Poly 29 70
&00 Bradford SchoolP. FET '2_
: Hgh
.,.d. Rout B begins at US-301 and SR-200-B and proceeds East by

0- : Lawtey Correctional: Institution picking up at student for' Lawtey Be- SERVICEMENJOSEPH $ 80
M. SCHEDULE ... /nentary, Bradford MIddle and Bradford Hgh Schoda. The ett.moonroute 678x15H78x15 4 Ply Poly 31
2-OS- Mdde School "
; Bradford / FET 2
Bradford MkMe School
begina stet and thence to Bradford Hgh
2:10:: Bradford Hgh School 'J. 0: Of\i
.. i School: and Lawtey Dementary School reversing morning route.
\ '
225: Hampton. S- S E.COX, 4
.. ". ,\ Ply Poly $327ET
2:30ton: sty Hall ..... .. A. M. SCHEDULE '. JOINS AIR FORCE '2-
2.36: SR-18 and US-301 K3S: SR-200-B and US-301 .
"", '",,I h '. A R.capebTrade/ In
i.US-301'andSA-18 2:41SR-fl: and US-301 '.; q .", ,.''' E37: SR-200-B and SR-225 0' A' 'native of Starke has
: : 8:40Lawtey: Dementary enetered the Air Force's

2.S6:! SR-18 and SR-227 9:00: Bradford MkldeftO5 Delayed Enlistment ProgramJossp
'_, ., 'f.' .' Good Assortment Off
: Bradford Huh School !! 1.< r S t E. Cox son of Mr.

Route B wB begin In"Cracker Six."then proceed to Dick Staring/ P. M. SCHEDULE r" and Mrs Henry Cox of Rt. 2,. Passenger And Truck Tubes

.Road. proceed East 1/2 mile. and mum to US-30t then North to 3.05: Bradford MkMe School will depart for active duty

Grtffl Road South on Claude Row Road. Waal on SR-125 to firstgraded 3:101 Bradford Huh School December 4. However, he..has

road, making loop back to SR-125. than to Lawny Bemen 3:30Lawtey: >> Bementary already begun accruing time ,

toy Bradford Mdde and Bradford Hgh School.'The afternoon 3:36: SR-200-B and SR-225 In the military for pay purr Fre. Mounting Balancing Extra,

_.wll begin at Bradford High School and reverie the momkaroute. 3:47: SR-200-B and US-301 :.. member, of.the ,



A. M. SCHEDULE t DRIVER::
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yi83B-Starting! : Road PVT.ALBERT AARON
n I'i r t ;, THIS BUS IS OPERATED BY TIE CLAY COUNTY DISTRICT TAICESAUTOREPAIR,
Road .
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l8rV125tfc45 Proving Ground.
.lie Claude Rowo Road& ,
tt* US-301 .'- ,I." .. 11"-'" ."" A. M. SCHEDULE :. S lid. (AHTNC)A.... t.PrivateAaraoStrkesoneompleted
and
SR-125"
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rreMO.Lawtey. Dementary! ;I' .., 't" *7:60. 80uINIde BBa. wary'. .. ..... "' ,'r < L

,,9M fcCOBradfoid Bradford High Mdde School School ',.,' ;.}: ,,{Zi!. riF"/ .:!JIo"'f,;,;:;.1:. *\>. ..;'840Bradford Mddte School. ;i iMB .,<' ".' 1'1')o-It.; ...!tcfi :x. ,n automotive repair course "' _'. its i ,...

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P. M.SCHEDULE p ,
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3CI5. Bradford Mdde School sti 5 .
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SchoaI. 0r: Oemamary \' and repair d f t I
3:10-BracNbKJ
Hgh :
School '.," .0 ."......... )c '.J 2:01 BrecIIDId Mdda; :. .,.' :' engines for the Army'strackedand "Sooner Later Your fororM De" '' ;.Jif(1 ieht
Bamantary or .,
3J5Lawley .'..J.,... .... ".d... ".J "D'" 2:10 BraotoKl. HIgh 5 ': :( 0'r ..\: }
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DRIVER: Hubert Priest

Ji Route Ni 1 Bus 11

i 6 N I fi : Route 1 1-A will begin on SR-230 at the County Una, proceed West ':'
Bus Schedule
; to the last entrance to Wilson Road. Picks up students on Wilson Bradford School .

Road to Griffls Loop and Bethel Church area. Return to Wilson Road .
'
'I and proceed to Southslde Bementary, Bradford Middle and Bradford
N
''f High Schools. Afternoon route commences at Southslde Elementary

4 Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools, reversing route.

i r:; DRIVER; Freda Matt 8:46: Lawtey Elementary School
:;1', A. M. SCHEDULE Route B will begin on Old Lawtey Road at SR-16, proceed on Old ROUTE#24 BUS N24 9:00: Bradford Mkldkt School ,
,,' 7:15: County Une at SR-230 Lawtey Road to Market Road. Thence la will proceed to Starke Be 9:
7:25: Wilson Road and Colley Road mentary School.A. Route 24-B will begin at the Junction of SR-235 and SR-231 North

7:30: > Bethel Church '" '. .' of: Brooker with a loop made at the Russell Green Road. Then proceed P. M. SCHEDULE

\ 7:46: Southside Elementary M. SCHEDULE to the raProad track at New River. Thence wHI turn left on the R.R. 3:05:< Bradford Mddto School ..
'. 7:56: Bradford Middle '. 8:50: Old Lawtey Road and SR-16 3:10 Bradford HIgh School
? Anders Road to the Wily Kelly Road and then West to SR-231 and
8,05; Bradford High > itfc '- 8:05: Market Road 325 .' .
: Lawtey School
then South to Brooker Bementary. Proceed East on SR-18 and Highway Bementary
P. M. SCHEDULE 9.05: Starke Elementary School 3:45: Hghland at US-301
227 to US-301> then North to Bradford Middle School and Bradford -
200; Southside Elementary .* High School. The bus will return to Brooker.The afternoon route 4:00: US401 at Lawtey
Bradford Middle P. M. SCHEDULE
2 OS
; will begin at Brooker Elementary. depositing children living on SR-18
2:10: Bradford High School 3:10: Starke Elementary DRIVER: Beverly MettMweROUTE
and the McKinney Road at Graham, arriving empty at Bradford .
220; Geiger Road 3:15: Market Road #43 BUS#43
MWde School end reversing the morning route.
2.30: > Bethel Church Road 3:20.: SR-16 at Old Lawtey Road
2:35: Wilson Roed Route 43Aw l begin at SR-21 at Griffin Fish Camp: Proceed around
2:46: County Line at SR-230 A. M. SCHEDULE Lake Santa Fe to a point i between the lakes end beck to SR-100. Proceed -
SR-231.2mlles North of Brooker
7:43: -SR-235 -
North on SR-100 to Southsida Elementary Bradford Mddto and
7:58: R.R. Anders Road Bradford Hgh Schools. The afternoon route begin*at Southsida Be
DRIVER: Cora Stalnaker Road a Gas Plant ,
Route 1-B begins at SR-225 at County Line proceeding to Lawtey ROUTE 121 BUS 121 8:19: Kelly ; mentary, Bradford Mkidto and Bradford Hgh School. and reverses
Elementary, unloading all elementary students. Repeat to county line 8:27: Brooker Elementary School the morning rout.
all students 7 12. Proceed to Mddle School and Bradford 9:05: Bradford MkJdte
picking up Route 21-B will begin at the Junction of SR-18 and SR-231 near 9:10: Bradford High School.. P. M. SCHEDULE .
School. Afternoon at Bradford Middle, Bradford A. M. SCHEDULE
High route begins Brooker and travel east along SR-18 to the Junction of SR-18 and SR-' 2:20: Brooker Elementary School
High School, reversing the morning route, then to Lawtey Elementary 7:10 SR-21 at Griffin Fish Camp
231 near Graham and then travel West on the Dedan Road to Brooker 2:40: Graham Post Office .
722: SR-21-B at SR-21-A
School if necessary.A. Elementary School. In the afternoon this route win begin at Brooker 3:05: Bradford MkJdle School
726: SR-21-A and SR-100
Bementary then proceed on SR-18 West to the county line at Worth. 3:10 Bradford High School
M. SCHEDULE 7:50! > Southsida Bementary
ington and SR-237 to county line,then to Brooker end North on SR235 3:40 Brooker ,
8:20: County Une at SR-225 and SR231.This route will contain students ft Road 8:00: Bradford Mkldkt
8:35: Lawtey Elementary . elementary only.A. 3:46: Gas Plant Kelly 8:10: Bradford Hgh '
.
4:05: New River Graded Road
8:40: SR-225 at County Une M: SCHEDULE '
4:20: SR-23S, 2 Miles North Brooker '
8:50: US-301 and SR-225 P. M. SCHEDULE
8:01: Junction, SR-18, SR-231
9:06: Bradford Middle School 822: Junction, SR-18, SR-231 DRIVER: Marie Morgan 2:00: SouthskJe Bementary
9:10: Bradford High School 827: Brooker Elementary School ROUTE#33 BUS#33 2: 2:10: Bradford Hgh '

P. M. SCHEDULE P. M.'SCHEDULE Route 33-A begins on SR-100 (ok)) around Lake Bedford! returning 2:34: SR-100 and SR-21-A

3.05: Bradford Middle School 2:20: Brooker Elementary School to SR-100 to Graded Theressa Road. Proceed to SR-18, East on SR- 2:38: SR-21-A and SR-21-B

3:10 Bradford High School 2:30: > Highway 18 at County Una 18 and proceed to SR-100 to the Batten Road and SR-S00 to South- 2:50: SR-21 at Griffin Fish Camp>>

3:20: SR-225 at County Una 2:35: Highway 18 and SR-237 *?-,,.-.. side Elementary, Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools.: The
3:35: Lawtey Elementary 2:40: Brooker afternoon route begins at Southsida Elementary, Bradford Mkidto and.

3:46: SR-225 at County LineDRIVER 2:46: Gas Plant and KeHy Road Bradford High Schools and reverses morning route.

3:06: R.R. Anders Road at New River Route 438 wM begin on US-301 at Market Road and proceed North

3:20: SR-235, 2 Miles North of Brooker A. M. SCHEDULE to SR-200-A then return on US-301 South thence Market Road West
I' : James Watson 7:06: SR-100 (old) to SR-18, to Bradford MkJds, Bradford HIgh and Starke Elementary

ROUTE#3 BUS #3 7:15: SR-100 at Bedford Lake Road Schools. The afternoon rout begins at Bradford Middle Bradford .

: 720: SR-100 at Theressa Road HIgh and Starke Bementary Schools,and reverses the morning( route.
,+ Route 3-B will begin at SR-225 at the county line of Graham, then 7:27: SR-18 at SR-100
t. proceeding to the McKinney Road and then back to SR-18 and the 7:34: SR-100 at Batten Road A. M. SCHEDULE

,' Graham Post Office, picking up students along SR-18 to Dedan Road DRIVER: D. E. Boarwrtght 7:50: Southside Elementary -"y,.- 8:30: US-301 North M Carter's Store
"". ROUTE#22 BUS #22 8:38: US-301 and SR 200
then non-stop to Brooker Elementary School. Thence will proceed 8:00: Bredford Midrib 5.+ -A
North on SR-235; to Ethan Sapp Road to SR-100, then East to Bradford 8:10: Bradford High SchoolP. &:50 US-301 and Market Road '
Middle School and Bradford High School. The afternoon route Route A begins on dirt road by the Veterinary Hospital and proceeds 9:00.:: Bradford MkJdto

will begin at Brooker Elementary depositing students living on the to SR-100 on Forsyth Road to SR-100, thence North to South- M. SCHEDULE '. 9:05:< Bradford Hgh

Dedan Road and SR-225, South of Graham and then proceeding side Elementary School, Bradford Middle School and Bradford HighS 2:00: Southside Elementary 9:05-:< Starke BementaryP.

empty to Bradford Middle School and reversing the morning route. 1ool. The afternoon route wW begin at South ide Elementary, 2:05: Bradford MkJdle School ,

Bradford Midrib and Bradford High and reverse the morning route. 2:10: Bradford High M. SCHEDULE

A;?M. SCHEDULE 2:30: Batten Road at SR-100 3:06: Bradford Mkidto
7:35: SR-225, South of Graham at County Una A. M. SCHEDULE 2:37: SR-18 at SR-100 3:10: Bradford HIgh

7.45; McKinney Road 7:15: Graded Road by Vet.'s Hospital 2:44: SR-100 at Theressa Road 3:10: Starke Elementary ,

7.50 Graham Post Office 720: SR-100 and Forsyth Road 2:49: SR-100 at Bedford Lake Road 320: US-301 at Market Roed

8.25 Brooker Elementary School 7:35: Forsyth Road & S. SR-100 2:54: SR-100 (old) 3:32: US-301 at SR-200-A '
8:35 SR-235 Ethan Sapp Road 7:46: Southside Elementary 3:42: US-301 at Garten Stem
.
840 SR-100 7:66: Bradford Mktdte School Route 33-B begins at the Junction of SR-233 and US-301. Proceed ? r r wti 11"

905; Bradford Mddle School 8:00: Bradford Hgh SchoolP. West on SR-233 to SR-16 thence North to Bill Reddish' Store. Proceed

9:10: r Bradford High School I I M. SCHEDULE East on dirt road to Crawford Settlement and return to SR-18.

"l tit. '". 2:00: Southside Elementary Proceed South to Bradford MkJdle School, Bradford Hgh School and DRIVER:Win WIlliams
P. M. SCHEDULE Mt- .t' Jot dl-\ 2:05: ) Bradford MkJdte .: ", Starke Elementary School. The afternoon route begins at Bradford ROUTE#44 BUS#44

t 2:15: Brooker Elementary School 2:10: Bradford High L' Midrib, Bradford High and Starke Elementary and reverses route.
3 05 Bradford Mddle School 225: Forsyth Road SR-100 Route 44-A wH begin at Parade lake. proceed to SR-21-A at

3;10 Bradford High School 2:40: South SR-100 and Forsyth Road A. M. SCHEDULE Spesdville. then North to SR-100.Thence on SR-100 North to South

r 335: SR-100 Ethan Sapp Road 2:50: Graded Rd. by Vet's Hospital 8:20: SR-233 and US-301 side Elementary School and unload al students for grades K-6. Proceed .

3:40: SR-235 Ethan Sapp Road 8:30: > SR-233 and SR-16 to Bradford Middle and Bradford HIgh Schools. The afternoon

8:38: Crawford Settlement route w* begin at Southsid Bementsry, thence: to Bradford Mddle

t Route B begins on SR-225 and SR-16, proceeds East to graded 8:45: Bill Reddish Store and Bradford Hgh Schools.

road at Patrick's, thence back to SR-225 and East to SR-225-A. Then 9:00: Bradford MkJdte School .' .

r DRIVERS James Water :1' ,- ?. f*>rth to SR-125, thence East 2 miles. to first graded road South. Pro- 9:06: Bradford High School ,,,. A. M. SCHEDULE ?.. ,\0 raw ,,

#4'J BUS#4 coed on SR-225 to Terry Road, thence East on Terry Road to SR200A 9:05: Starke Elementary School 3 .!:"1-J} 3?'' ..r 720: Peredbe Lake ., .* "."M /'" in ,\, '; .

Route A begins SR-18 East and to Lawtey Elementary School, Bradford Midrib School and "...."n'xL'' .iO,,if I 7:30: SR-21-A at Speedviie
at boundary of school attendance area Bradford Hgh School. The afternoon route begins at Bradford Mdde P. M. SCHEDULE .. 7:35: SR-21-A and SR-100
proceeding West to SR-221 and South to US-301> and county line.: School and the route.A. r .
then to Lawtey Bementary reverses morning 3:05: Bradford Mktdto 7:60: Southsida Bementary
North US-301
on to SR-18 to Hampton Etementary School. Load '
to 8:00 Bradford Mane .
3:10: Bradford High and Starke Elementary :
with
capacity secondary students
and proceed to Bradford Middle
M. SCHEDULE 8:05 Bradford
High
3:30: > Bill Reddish Store : -
School and Bradford ,
High School. Afternoon
route
begins at Mdde
8:15 SR-16 at SR-225
: 3:37: Crawford Settlement
School, High School then
route. Hampton Elementary and reverses morning 8:17: Patrick Road and SR-225 3:45: SR-16 and SR-233 P. M. SCHEDULE ",

8:27: SR-225 and SR-225-A 3:63: SR-233 and US-301 2:00: Southsid Bementary '
A. M. SCHEDULE 8:30: SR-225-A and SR-125 2:05: Bradford Mkidto "

7:05: SR-18 West of Theressa 8:34: Graded Gaskins Mrn: SR-125 .' DRIVER: Johnny Jackson 2:10: Bradford HIgh ..
7:20: SR-18 and SR-221 8:40: SR-225 ROUTE#41 BUS#41 2:35: SR-21-A and SR-100 1'''-' j I ;'

7:33: US-301> at County Line 8:42: Terry Road 2:40: SR-21-A SpesdvM

I 7:38: US-301 and SR-18 8:45: Lawtey Elementary ..i i !a I Route A-1 begins at the Apartment on SR-16 and proceeds to 2:50: Parade Lake

7:45 Hampton Elementary 9:00: Bradford MkJdle School ", ,;'., .,.Southside/ Elementary School. Afternoon route reverses Itself. ,
8 00 Bradford Middle School 9:05: Bradford High School 'J.'

805 Bradford High SchoolP. A. M. SCHEDULE Rout 44-B wM begin at the intersection of SR-18 and SR-229-A at

P. M. SCHEDULE 7:30: > Apartments on SR-16 Haibron Baptist Church. Proceed West on SR-229-A to function with

M. SCHEDULE 3:05: Bradford Mkldte v 7:40: Southslde Bementary SR-233 South and return on SR233. Thence proceeding South to

2.05 Bradford Middle School I 3:10: Bradford High S SR-1e end on to Bradford Mddk, Bradford Hgh and Stark. Bemen

2.10: Bradford High School 'i 325: Lawtey Elementary P. M. SCHEDULE try Schools. The afternoon rout wig begin at Bradford Mddto..
,
2.25 Hampton Elementary 328: Terry Road '* 2:00: Southside Bementary thence to Bradford Hgh and Stark Bementary School.

2:35: US-301> at County Une 3:30: SR-225 2:05: Apartments on SR-18
.
2:38: US-301 and SR-18 3:36: Gaskins Road at SR-225 '' A. M. SCHEDULE

2.50 SR-18 2 miles West of: Theressa 3:41: SR-225-A and SR-125 826:: SR-le and SR-229-A

3:44: SR-225-A and SR-225 Route A-2 begins at the Apartments on SR-18 and proceeds Northon 8:30: SR-229-A and SR-233

Route B will begin on SR-200-A, turn West on Dick Ferguson 3:50: Patrick Road Old Lawtey Road to the Market Road. Thence on to US-301 and 8:42: SR-233 and SR-18

Road Proceed to first dirt road, south. Circle around by Woodiawn 3:65: SR-225 at SR-16 then to Bradford MkJdle School. Afternoon route reverse itself. 8:48: Green Acre *

Church continuing North East to first dirt road to toft. Proceed on 9:00:: Bradford MJddto ':
graded road to SR-225, turn East and proceed to Lawtey Bementary A. M. SCHEDULE 9:05: Bradford HIgh to

School. Pick up students for Bradford Middle School and Bradford 7:45: Apartment on SR-16 9:06: Stark Elementary <',i ".,

High School and proceed on US-301>1 to Starke and Middle School. 7:56: Old Lawtey Road Er Market Road '

Afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle School and reverse DRIVER: Betty Griffia 8:00: Bradford MkJdte School P. M. SCHEDULE ,
morning route.A. BUS 123 3:06: Bradford Mkidto '
ROUTE#23
P. M. SCHEDULE 3:10.: Bradford Hgh

M. SCHEDULE Route A begins at Trestle Road at Sampson Lake, proceeds North 2:10: Bradford MkJdto 3:10: Stark Bernentary
8.15: SR-200-A and Ferguson to SR-100 to Edwards Loop and Alton Road to Southside Bementary 2:15: Apartment on SR-16 3:18 Green Acre

8:30: Woodlawn Church Bradford Mktdto and Bradford High Schools. This bus win then proceed 2:20: Market Road ., 3:28. SR-233 and SR-16
8.35 SR-225 3:40 SR-229-A and SR-233
: -
Fe Community College in Gainesville.' Afternoon route
I 8.45 Lawtey Elementary to Santa :t.4tt.: SH-16 ant SR-229-A: > .
of 12A wiN begin at Southside Elementary, Bradford Middle, and
j 9.00Bradford Middle School '"" Bradford Hgh School and reverse morning route. (Bus 23)) Route B begins at the Apartments on SR-16 and proceeds North on .
9.05 Bradford High School ./ : OU Lawtey Road to Market Road then on US-301 to Bradford High DRIVER: Patsy Griffia

P. M. SCHEDULE A. M. SCHEDULE School. ROUTE#51 BUS#51

7:15 Trestle. .. Road, Sampson Lake
3 05 Bradford Middle School : Rout A wi! City
725 Graded Road at SR-100 A. M. SCHEDULE begin on SR-1Iet the UmIts proceeding Eett on
3.10: Bradford High School 7:40: SR 100 and Edwards Loop 8:45: Apartments on SR-16 SR-Ulto the County Un*. Proceed West on SR-16 w Bower Road to
-
3.25 Lawtey Elementary 7:46: Alton Road 8:56: Old Lawtey Road Er Market Road SR-230. Proceed on Bsaaant ftoed to Southslde Bementary, Bradford
3.45 SR-225 : Mkidto and Bradford Hgh School. The afternoon
7:50 Southside' Bementary 9:05: Bradford Hgh route begins at
3.50 Woodiawn Church : Southelde Bradford Mkidto and Bradford Hgh School: reversing the
8.00-: Bradford Mddle School(Bus 29)) (Jr. Coll.
400 SR-200-A .
rout
P. M. SCHEDULE
8:10: Bradford High School
', 3:10. Bradford High
: A.'' M. SCHEDULE
M. SCHEDULE 3:15: Apartment on SR-16 .
P. 3:20: Market Road 7:10: SR-16 K CIty Urntta
(r DRIVER: Alberta Dell 2:00: Southslde Bementary. 7:15 SR-10 at County Un*

:. ROUTE #14 BUS #14 2:05: Bradford Mkidto School DRIVER: MsrjorIe Wade 725: dale at Bowers Road .
i 2:10: Bradford Hgh School BUS 42
ROUTE#42 7:35 Bower Road M SR-230
Alton Road (Bus 23))
.i Route A will begin in Hampton and South on SR-325 to County 2:20 7:40: niiiirn /floed
Une. Return to Hampton and proceed North on SR-221 turning Easton 225: Edwards Loop and SR-100 Route A begin at the North end of SR-100-A and greased to the 7:50: Southekle OemantarvftOJ
2:40: SR-100 and Graded Road Thence to SR-100 and North to Southside Elementary. Brad .
South. Bradford
Johns Road for approximately I 1/2 mile, turning South on : Mktdto&OS
.I Rhoden graded Road to SR-18. Picking up on graded road South on 2:50: Trestle. Road Sampson Lake ford MkJde and Bradford Hgh School. Th ftemoon rout begin at'' : Bradford Nigh ..* ,

SR-18, then back on SR18. thence to Hampton Elementary School. Southside Bradford Middle and Bradford Hgh School. and reverse

Pick students for the morning route. P. M. SCHEDULE '..
up Bradford Middle School and Bradford High
Route BwM begin at SR-18 Wen of Brooker at County Line picking '
School leaving sufficient room for Lincoln CIty students assigned to 'upon SR-18 end SR-237. proceeding to Brooker Elementary. Thence 2.OO Southakto Bementary ? .
Bradford Middle School and Bradford HIgh School. The afternoon A. M. SCHEDULE 2:05: Bradford MdcIe' > ,..' ;'
al students 7 .12 between '
SR-18 grabs the Brooker
will on picking up 720 SR-100-A North 2:10 Bradford
route :
begin at Bradford Middle School thence to Bradford High Hgh
{ of SR-225 to SR-227, thence to Bradford Mddto '
III School and Lincoln City and Hampton Bementary, reversing the area School to and Junction Bradford High School.Afternoon route wiN commence: at 7:36 SR-100-A South .. 220: .' Beseem Road .
7:46 Southsida Bementary 226 Bower Road
morning route. : : M SR-230
Bradford Middle School and Bradford Hgh School end reverse the
School
MkkJk
7:55: Bradford 2:36: stale at Bower Road ,
i A. M. SCHEDULE morning route.A. &:00 Bradford Hgh,, School 2:45: SA-18 at County LIne

7.06 SR-325 at County Une South 260: SR-16 CIty Unto .
M. SCHEDULE -, .
7.X: > SR-221 and Johns Road 'V; P. M. SCHEDULE

I 7:36: Johns Road .\ :,. l 8:00: SR-18 County Une 2:00 Southsid BemenUry .
8:10 SR-237 .
; 7:40: Hampton Bementary J\ 825:: Brooker Elementary (Bus 23)) 2:05: Bradford Mkidto School RtrtiM B wi!begin an graded. race M .Pbasrrl. j 7:50: Uncoln CIty -,. 2:10: Bradford High School 4' do rod WIat on SA-22I. 1leeerrt pIcII
00Ib0t
upon
800: Bradford Mkidto School /:;' ; .f-,Ii';;:''': '"' f. 8:42 ftSO::! -- Junction Graham SR-225 and SR-227 225: SR-100-A South Road EM toward SR-mT eioigdori Crag AIled and r8IUm to

8-06: Bradford High School +t ", i',,,; 9:00: Bradford Mddk School 2:40: SR-100-A North SR-22I. TMn- Bath 10 ..... .. High and Blanks.
t, t School 'BwwntsWy, School*. The ffMmoon
1 ftOS Bradford High ,
t P. M. SCHEDULE :y't I. : School. Bedford Hgh and Sttrta B....ZZJgZJJS" ..ZZ.
2:06: Bradford Mktdto Route B begin on US-301 North of Lawtey to Hghtond and Mum ......
P. M. SCHEDULE School. Unload all stomsnujry students and
2:10: Bradford Hgh School to Lawtey Bementary
3:05:< Bradford Mddto School 301 South Bradford Mdde School and Bradford
220: Uncoln CIty proceed to US to A. M. SCHEDULE
Bradford School /
3:10 Ugh
2:30> : School. The afternoon' rout begin Bradford Mddto School: 8:45 SR-22
: Hampton Elementary a Hgh : w Ptseaant Qrovw., Church
3:30'Graham (Bus #23> .
I,. 2:33: Johns Road ft SR-221 .Mr, .ti I t 3-45:: Brooker and lenersss the morning routes.A. all Crosby Road .
2:38.: Johns Road & SR-18 and SR-18 ftOO: Bradtoid. MrMtoOB '
3:57 SR-237 .
2:42: SR-18 to Hampton : ; M. SCHEDULE *: Bredtoid. Hgh '
I :... 2:50'-: SR-235 at County U... ',' 4:07: SR-18 M 8:15: US-301 Nof'ltut SR-125 MB: Stark BamerMry l*.

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August28,1975 TELEGRAPH Page 19
3:47: Claude Rowe Road & SR-125

\;' .. .' 3:56: -' Grlffls Road '.
School J" I .." .' ,r; ,4:00: .: US-301 and 'Starling,, Road "" '. .' State Control Due
Schedule.ontuluea.... ShortlyOn

DRIVER! Leon Whitehead .
ROUTE#71 BUS n1/

P. M. SCHEDULE .' Underground Water
3:06:( Bradford Middle "," -.Route A begins at US-301 in Lincoln CIty. Proceed east on SR-100- Supply

3:10: Bradford High ''' .'. A to second house past Owen Joist. Turn around and proceed to
: -
3:10: Starka Hementary Southside Bementary, Bradford Mddle and Bradford High Schools.. STARKE In less than a Woodard's ''explanation to
-Refused to take action
3:20: Crosby Road Afternoon route begins at Southside, Bradford Middle, and Bradford year permit will be required the board that SRWMD con on Agency A committee was
James to
3:30 SR-229 High Schools and reverses morning route. to drill a well in Bradford McKay's request appointed to screen applicantsfor
: at Pleasant Grove County, and within a few trols the use of water led the maintain a road into a subdi- the three jobs yet unfilled.
commission to tell Attorney vision south of Starke. The -Heard wide fire
'A. 'M. SCHEDULE years available water will be a county
Gene Shaw to drop preparation board told the develo-
McKay
taken from this for protection plan proposed via
7:30: Lincoln CIty US-301 county use
ROUTE S2 DRIVER: 'Etta Thornton' 7:46: Southside Bementary In water-poor areas, the Brad of an ordinance to estab- per declined to give the countythe use of satellite stations by J.C..
BUS 152 lish a county water control required right-of-way of 60
ford Commission Prevail district fire control
7:65 -. Bradford MMdte County was
: district, since the state agency feet to maintain the road and officer of the ,Florida ,Forest
-'f" told Monday. Aug. 5.
'ice 5ZA"WiIt: 8:00 Bradford
ifAjin1n) 'sIi'; and pick up istubenti i foil U5301i : HighP. Jack Woodard executive takes precedence. the county has never agreed to Service. The board took no
,
i, South to SR-2Z7, thence West on SR-221 to SR-225 to Sampson director of the Woodard also told the com- maintain it. The complaintlies action The plan sounded
CIty. Return same route to US-301. Turn South on US-301 to June- M SCHEDULE mile Suwannee River 8,000 square mission he considered it with the developer, not the similar to the satellite station very
water
ton with SR-221. Turn around and continue 2:00: Southside Bementary "pretty much out of order" for .
p route to Southaide 8ementary Management District told the commission, McKay was told. plan suggested by the Bradford
Bradford Middle..and .Bradford 2:06: Bradford MMdte the water management to
High Schools The afternoon commission his will -Heard Clerk Brown reportthe County Volunteer ,Fire
s'U' route will begin at SouthsMe, Bradford.Mddle and Bradford 2:10: Bradford Hgh control the use of agency all water in take a stand pro or con on proposed county is recipient of Department but which the
High Schools end! !reverse morning route. 225: Lincoln City at US-301 the 15-county district under sewage disposal site on $94,789 for 15 positions under commission cut out in its bud-

A. the 1972 Water Resources Act the Keystone Airport property< the federal Comprehensive get preparation.
M. SCHEDULE where the city of Keystone, Employment and TrainingAct -Voiced
7:10: US-301 at Prevatt Creek Route B will begin on SR-235 at Moody Store proceeding North, of the holds Florida that Legislaturewhich Heights proposes to spray Titles II and IV under Florida Power no &opposition Light's planto to
7:20 0 SR-225 East to SR-229, thence N. W. 229 to Line. Turn around water
: at Sampson CIty on County belongs to all the like effluent from a sewage treat which employees can be hired erect a 240 KVA transmission
7:30 SR-225 end return SR-225. A'oceedon SR-225 second road people
: and SR-227 to graded past ment plant.In for approved governmental
line through the to
7:35: SR-227 and US-301 Bavtess Highway Church, turning West 1/2 mile. Then North to SR- air. Woodard was invited to positions. The positions are county
7:40: US-301 and SR-221 ,, '} t," 225,South 2 miles to last graded road on left Circle North to return to the meeting Monday by Mrs. other action at the Aug. 5 secretary to county com- service several hundred a new steel employees plant of in
the
Gerl Johns who said she just meeting, county com-
SR-225. Proceed South SR-100 Bradford
7:50 Southside Starka
: Elementary to to Bementary, mission, 2 policemen for the
Baldwin. The line would be 60
> wanted to be certain the mission:
8:00: Bradford Mddto MMde, and Bradford HIgh School. Afternoon route win begin at City of Stai-ke, policeman for'I miles long.
commission knows
8:10: Bradford High MMdte School, Starke Bementary, Bradford High School and reverse what county is coming. -Told Mrs Johns,when she I the City of Lawtey, a firemanfor -Approved the name of

the morning route. Bradford County is a water asked that the Keystone Air- the City of Lawtey, radio Dale Brown to fill the
P. M. SCHEDULE be zoned that the of for the Sheriff'sDepartment boar
bank for the State of Florida port City dispatcher on the county zoning
'"
2:00: Southside 'i" ,A, M. SCHEDULE keystone has not maintenanceman
Elementary ,',' l'"h'", meaning the county has more Heights yet -Told Lloyd Edwards the
2:06:( Bradford Middle ;. ., 8:15: Moody Store SR-236/100 water available than it. can asked for a permit. spray for the school board board has no opposition to his
2:10.: Bradford High ': :.,' ".' i. 825: SR-236/229 at Faulkners use,Woodard said. Role of the effluent from its proposed 'supply clerk for the NationalGuard. deepening a canal going into
2:20 US-301 SR-221 Y 1 827: SR-229 at County Una clerk for the
: at ,\,, Suwannee River Water Man. plant.Was a countytax Sampson Lake if Edwards can
2:25: US-301 and SR-227 4 \ 829: a SR-225 and 229 agement District (SKWMD), told the Hampton fire office, a clerk typist for get approval from trustees of
2:30: SR-227 and SR-22S ; ,' 8:36: Baytess Highway Church ,. truck is running though the Food Stamp Office, radio the Internal ImprovementFund
Woodard it is to
: ,
as sees ,
2:40 SR-225 J4' 8:61: SR-225 and 100 skipping.Approved. for the of
: at Sampson City ,i;' evaluate how much water is dispatcher City (state cabinet).
2:60: US-301 at Prevatt Creek 9:00: a Bradford MdoTe School .'I< available in the district and a zoning changefor Starke, a clerk in the County
9.05: 0 Starka Bementary Miller Enterprises to builda Health
.1' Department a
what the district will need in
9.06; Bradford High the future. Handy Way Store at the intersection mechanic for 'the school Look for our First Annual I
1
III'rte", Route B2-B will begin at the County Line on SR-1ii and proceed roy The agency has authority' to of SR-225 and Mor- board, and an outreach I Sale Ad Keystone Auto I
Bradford Middle Starke Elementary and Bradford Hgh Schools. The P. M;SCHEDULE require permits for wells. gan Road as recommended by worker for CUBB Economic "". "

.bat"!;afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle, Starke Eternentary 3.06:( Bradford Mddle Permits, when required, will the zoning board..

.ytr? Bradford High Schools, and reverse. morning route. 3:10: Starke Bementary have to be obtained by mail or -Received as application i
3:10: Bradford High from the school board to have
A. M SCHEDULE 3:19: SR-225 and 100 ,' headquarters by visiting the White of SRWMD.Springs the issue of an appointive Now OpenSkating

8:25: SR-18 at County Una North 3:34: Baytesa Highway Church Purpose of the permitting, school superintendent placedon
8:37: SR-16 and SR-229-A 3:41: SR-225 and 229 Woodard explained, will be to the ballot for the special RinkHwy

8:47: SR-16 and Crosby Store 3:43: SR-229 at County Uno determine the amount 'of presidential preference
9:00: Bradford Mddle School 3:45: SR-235 and 229 available.At primary which is coming up. "
SR236100DRIVER ,water 100 E. 1 Blk. E. Of Red Light .Keystone Heights
9:06:( Bradford High School 3:56: Mood/s Store at some point in the next -Received the letter of resignation -

9:06:( Starke Elementary few years Woodard foresees a of Dr. Robert Gilles: Open.

: Ida Mae Reddish pipeline run into this county pie, county health officer.

P. M SCHEDULE ROUTE#81 BUS#81. from a more populous area Clerk Gilbert Brown said two Mon Thurl' Fri 7:30-9:30: : Sat. 3:00-5:00: : .

3:06:( Bradford Mddto and water pumped out. physicians have reported.
interest In the I 7:30.10:00: : PM 9:3011:30: : 7:30-9:30: :
3:10: Bradford High Route 81-A will begin on graded road at MarkJee Storing's. Returnto Responsibility of the SRWMDis position.
-Instructed .9:30-1
3:23: Starke Bementary Luke Road South 1 1/2 mites, turn East on Laura Church Road 1 to monitor use of the water Attorney Gene : f:30.:
3:23: SR-18 at Crosby's Store 1/2 miles South 1/2 mile, East 1 mile on the Old KIngsley Lake Road. ,and make sure enough Shaw to prepare an ordinanceto Sun 3-5 .

3:33: SR-16 at SR-229-A Turn around at the County line and travel West 2 miles on Stem remains here for life to be limit loads on county

3:46: SR-16 at County Una North _. Road. Thence Northwest 1/2 miles on the Bllngton Road and return carried on as usual. graded roads. Weight limits Admission *1" Per Session
to SR-16. Proceed on SR-16 to Southside Bementary.' Bradford SRWMD now has 21 em proposed are 50,000 pounds

: .. Mddle and Bradford High" School. The afternoon ployees and to in- gross, or 16,000 pounds per Includes
'"'"-I a *A'tii4 r DRIVER: Hazel;\ I Sapp . route begins at expects axle. Skates M
BUS/161 Southside Bementary, Bradford MMda and Bradford High School crease to 30 by the time the
and reverses the morning route. ,well permitting goes into i
SAN i1' Route A will begin at Us.:3: >1andSR.100-A, PfOCdn9WestplckII1g effect. I

up.all JtUdents on SR-100-A to SR-100. Then to South side Hers -- A. M. SCHEDULE .t Woodard said he didn't like I

A rnentary; School Bradford Middle and Bradford High Schools. Afternoon 7:06-: Marklee Starlings to quote dates, but foresees Baldwin Tire
route will begin at So"1 Elementary, Bradford Middle and 720: StaiUnc/s Road and Luke Road permitting of wells by Jan. 1 I
Bradford High School, and reverse morning route. 727: Luke Road and Laura Church and the agency is looking at
7:36: Qd Kingsley Lake Road the control of ground water by I

'A.; M. SCHEDULE 7:40: Old Klngsley Lake at SR-16 mid-Spring. I

725: US-301 and SR-100-A 7:50: Southakto Bementary' ">. I
CenterHtxt
7:40: SR-100-A and SR-100 : 8:00: Bradford Middle School -t* I

7:50: SoutheIde Bementary 8:06:( Bradford Hgh ",y Medicare
;
7:56 '"' .' ,' I
: Bradford IvWde School i :\
8:00Bradford:: *.u DwLe".., r1.C P. M. SCHEDULE '"' "r ""t" bo'ok'NowAuailable
High School ;iv, ,. .I'I ,. ,
f
? / 0' :
/IS \
t '* -I 'X4 -III- t
2:00: Southside Bementary To Baldwin Chevrolet N Temple A Starke
: .
9''F ; '"j "I c ,.. ,
P.M. SCHEDULE .. 2:06:( Bradford MMdk
.
2:00: Southside Bementary r 2:10: Bradford Hgh w

2:05:( Bradford MMdla School : 220: Old Kingsley/ Lake at SR-16 A new Social Security hand-
*
2:10 Bradford High School 226-: OM Kingatoy Lake Rd.at Co. line book that lists things not SAVE tsaatsaa Per Tire

2.20 SR-100-A and SR-100 2:33: Laura Road and Luke Road covered by Medicare is available

2:36: US-301 and SR-100-A 2:40: Starling Road & Luke Road at the local Social Security
2:50 Marklee office. Fit Our
.... : Starling
The booklet, entitled YourMedicare

Route B begins North of the State Prison on graded road, Handbook, lists
thence
SR-125 on graded road by Lawtey Cemetery end SR-225 to Lewtey to Route 81-B vrfl begin at SR-18and SR-225. Proceed West on SR- things such as routine physi- Pro Labor Day Sal.

Bementary School. Unload al etemsntary students avid proceed to 225 to the Faulkner Road, returning to SR-72ti and South on SR-229. cal checkups, routine eye and

Bradford High School and Bradford Middle School. The afternoon 'South to Bradford Mddle, Stark Bementary. and Bradford High hearing examinations drugs
route wi! begin at Bradford Mdda School, Bradford Schools The afternoon route begin at Bradford Middle Bradford and medicines the beneficiary
High
School
'IL, A9jxJ reverse the morning! ,route. High and Starka Elementary School,and reverses the morning route. ,buys self, and or eye can glasses administer or him.den- B.F.G. Radials XL 200

.
fiw It A. M.' SCHEDULE A. M. SCHEDULE 'lures as not covered by Medi-

m ,A:15SR125: at Reddhifl Road 8:15:: SR-225 at SR-16 care. RES. PRICE SUE PRICE
,
rof)< ,d ? '
The handbook also contains
.1111)18.:40.: SR-225 / 8:43: Rising Road at SR-229
8:46: Lewtev I Elementary School-1011'. .. .'j r. 9:00: Bradford MMdkt tables showing what servicesare Plus
".
9:00: Bradford Mddb School' 9:05:( Bradford HIgh and STarke Etom. not covered when a bene- FR78x14 55" $4080! FET

9:06: Bradford High SchoolP. ficiary is in a hospital or 2"PIUS "
'
P. M. SCHEDULE skilled nursing facility or is

M. SCHEDULE 3:05: Bradford Mddkt receiving home care from a

3:05: Bradford MWde School ,3:10: Stark Bementary and Bradford High health agency or a doctor. GR 78115 55agO $4360 FET.
Besides not knowing what Is IIeE.AVlq- r2.
3:10: Bradford HIgh School 327: Riling Road at SR-229 xr. aao
not covered by Social -, .
3:30: Lawtey Bementary School 3:66: SR-225 at SR-16
3:40 Security many people don't Plus
: SR-225!
4:10: SR-12S Reddna know when apply or what to $4610
at RoadDRIVER 56230
_
HR78x15_ ssA
DRIVER: Nancy Coleman '', S bring when they apply for
: Brenda Jones Social Security benefits, DonR.
ROUTE 191
ROUTE 162 BUS 182 BUS#91 Gardner, field representa- Recapable Trade In

Route A begins at SR-18 at SR-227 and East Route 91-A begin M Market Road proceeds East to Old Lawtey 1 tive Persons, reports.who wish to file for ,
proceeds to US-301. Road, then South to SR-18 and poke up studanta for SouthskJe Be- 560x15 4 Black 9 740
Ply Nylon
retirement benefits should file
North on US-301 to SR-221 thence south on US-301 to SR-18 and to The afternoon route Southakta FET'2"G
mantary. begin at Detnantary andreveries s
Hampton Bementary School. Load to capacity at the school or dty Itself. ?;,their claim three months
Hal and proceed to Bradford MMde and Bradford High Schools. The .\before the month they want 4 $ 3022Plus
afternoon route wM begin at Bradford Middle School. Bradford High A. M. SCHEDULE their, first check to start, he 78x14678x15 Ply Nylon Black

._-School"apd to HamBtori Bementary School reversing the,morning. 725 Market Road 'said. They should also bring FET s1 1"
-1 '
with them the following
rout*
7:30: Old Lawtay Road .' items: their social security: 4 Ply Nylon $2380
7:40Old Road SR-16 r Black
Hawley at
card record of last FET 2"0
t<> ;. A. M. SCHEDULE a year's
7:00: SR-18 and SR-227 7:60 SouthtWe Bementary, SchoolP. earnings\ ,and a record of their A Recapable Trade In

age or date of birth.
ex 7s13rSR-18, end US-301'
M. SCHEDULE
of 1 700 O'US-301 and SR-221 Compliance with these rules
:. .' 'r 2:00 Sout olds Bementary can usually insure a 'quickresponse
bw72T-! US-301 and SR-18 .' '
: 220 SR-lGand Old Road 78x14 $3040'
,. : Lawtey Gardner said.SERVICE 4 Ply Poly
7i40-mptonCltvHall-M\ .733: t Hampton Bementary-" School. J.',... ':, -,u"'" **, 2:30.Old Lawtey Road at dry Umh 24i

7:66: Bradford Mddto School r- jo .. F78x15 4 Ply Poly $297'ET

8.110 Bradford Hgh School -. :\' .I' Rout B begin at US-301 and SR-200-B and proceed East by '2-

,' Lawtay. Correctional Institution picking up a*student for Lawtey Be- MEN
P. M. SCHEDULE .." '. .. menwry, Bradfoid MMda: and Bradford Hgh Schoda. Them.moonroute 678x15N 4 Ply Poly $318ET
2.-06 Bradford Md. School
"
'' r" bagina at Bradford MJddla School and thane= Bradford High 2"0
2:10 Bradford Hgh School -, .' .' ', 4' 'V \ School and Lawtey Bementary School, ravening morning rout. "
2:25 Hampton Bemantary ,:.q JOSEPH E.COXJOINS 4 Poly
2:30) Hampton CIty HaH "' .. ,' .A. M. SCHEDULE .: AIR FORCEA 78x15 Ply $32 FET "

2J6 SR-18 and US-301 > .. ., ", 825- ,SA-3>>B and US-301 ,.. '
.
( : "I
Trade
; AecepaMe In
2:41 SR-221 end US-301 +''
.6w.r; :**.' u'Z; ft37: SR-200-B end SR-126 't'.r-\: i native of Starke has
2:41-US-301'ondSR-18 8:40:: Lawtay BementaryO3 enetered the Air Force's

2:65 sR-18.d SR-227 ',., .::: ),;' f.' : Bradford Mdde9B .. Delayed Enlistment Program Good Assortment OfPassenger
,
... 0 : Bradford High: School oj iDEP: ).,
\ .
.
.
: 'Joseph E. Cox son of Mr.
Route B*oils In"Cracker Six,"than Proceed Dick StanTng'a P..' M. SCHEDULE and Mrs. Henry Cox; of Rt. 2., And Truck Tubes
Road proceed East 1/2 mMa and return to US-30t. then North to 3:05: Bradford Mddto School will depart for active duty

GrIlle Road South on Claude Row Road. Welt on SR-125 first 3:10 -. Bradford Hgh School December 4. However ho has

graded road, making loop back to SR-126, than to Lawny Beman.tary. 130>> Lawtay Bementary already r begun accruing time -,

Bradford Mddto and Bradford high Schools.'The--...moan 3:35 .. SR-200-B and SR-225 '" in the. military for pay pur' .FrM MOUIltillf 'Tire Balancing Extra I
route wll begin at Bradford High School and reverse 8s morning 341.: SR-200-B and US-301 : poses ua member of the
nMaI., I- DBF. : R' i

+n
'A. M. SCHEDULE I DRIVER: ti
N, KINGSLEY LAKE ROUTE ,
ek I 613.: Cracker Sk BUS
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MB: Staring. Road PVT.ALBERTAARONTAKES
yl .
.,.;C' i... THIS BUS IS OPERATED BY THE ClAY COUNTY DISTRICT' : AUTO REPAIR
o831kOjtffla:: .
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: WI] 0UIIJGJE( : Teachers Work To Improve. Materials, Programs I


:i effectiveness of the math pro-,
When students walk
through in grades K-8.
d A *' those dreaded school doors ZLi t. f ? uF o2 ,' gram
I this fall, they are likely to find '"We hope to have the math;,,
*'
/their teachers better informedand Ia assessment program advanced *
prepared than last year, to the same point as%l
;.l i '75 MGB Rdstr. '75 VW Rabbit *' and for good reason they are. ? r''I u;"k J d the reading assessment In two]
Llm. .lIow. 4Dr. D.1. In. 4r : ttla17. '< three l
,or Mrs. payne'11"said.
O Arhl. N.N' .AM.I'M II.....'10 'pd..AM.I'M ...... l ... ... "Most people think when ?rtt ',,\ years, "'
'by'n it
Mil. lII.n 3 mo. old. ...
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loaf
:r students go home to or t
Ton..u. qlp' $5400 + -t Ar "
/0 nle. Orly
tram.ly s1Nrn.y. work all summer, teachersand A workshop for teachers K-6/,
S_. Approa. 3 mo. old. '. '
$4725
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administrators sit back ... will beheld next week to Intro
1. and take it easy for three .,; duce the reading evaluation

C '15 Datsun Trucks '75 Chev. Nova months. Not so. Some of our {i'/ program to nine Bradford:

::I Lwa or Shor1. Low MIIRN ar. Orsnn 1'.. AC:. PS. AT. 1Lacs "' school personnel work harderin teachers. The program is
( than 2.0001 N.C.: cyl. .71' MII.L H."hhcll. the summer time than they mandatory for state school
UI Warr.My. From Radio.O ; do during the school year this year Mrs. Payne said<4
$3076 3765 n said Mrs. Lucille Payne and these people will be 5
Bradford County director of trained in testing and avalua- *
Z '75 Ford\ Pinto '75 Maybe's N Curriculum and Instruction I tion procedures to serve as
130 Mil.FR.AC:.AT. Docor a T.Top Nlvar La dE -"..,/. \ resource and contact peoplefor
Cftrome Gr. PR. M.... Vinyl too AC:. AT. lIad 14211 Nearly 30 teachers and the.schools.. .
Root. wsw. .In Padio ,
IIrlpo.
Or.M4. Ghlo. .verylllln 0a administrators have partici- -=--
1415' ..onolln. ..201 11m --'-" In each of these evaluation
IL oated this summer in a media

'74 AMt Jeep '74 Vega GT a Norkshop, assessment programs ..... .. proach programs to a mastering systematic basic ap-''
health education .
a
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V.IIDW c.nv.: Top. V. T AC'' Or W. Other skills is listed on a card. As the
D ..r. ... Nol CMap R n.UR Nan': 19.000. Radio. Op.'M ... !education jeminar, and project.A an evironmental. '7 student attempts each skill,

4018 2423 .,, : the card is marked either
:r ":""" '" y", i
E media workshop part of 1 satisfactory,and the student
74 Pont Ventura 74 Maybe's 3O the in-service training pro- ;;: moves on to the next basic'
H.. re1Nw. ..11,. W"I. 550. Torlfto Sills. .,..k PfOO, C -,
AT RAN' inc. AC' 21.000 TorhiS tilts /CMV gram, found 13 teachers from I : ; c .., skill or, needing more work,
r-- i.'S Simply Naulltul' W Ten Aue: -dS:7;; : C.mroS II most of the schools in the -. the student repeats the exer-
3081 Lt. Maroon14075.. county testing their creative ..,, "" "oo cises until he can proceed.,
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talents in the making of posters -'. .1 AYL -" "", .,. "It is a form of Individualized -.
N
74 Pinto Runab
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74 XLT games printed ; I' the''
Ranger ... instruction, in that
.. .. Rd LDoor. "'pd. lIadl.I. ....
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M lIad. PS L. .. materials, recordings, pictures teacher will have handy at all
... Fos AC: 34,000.I -
L.Tlr.. lI.dkt. Air Contl. $2892 ..... and video tapes. ,:.:;' : times a detailed record of the I'

3524 UI Under media consultant ':; student's progress," Mrsi]

U '74 Tornado, '74 Maverick Gladys Thomas each teacher .f.i! .i i.i_" : Payne said. '>"*'
O'd.' Fines' On. Slue' V.lour. 2Or. WhM Slus' Vinyl' T.... a worked in a combination of ; A five-member Environ
Fpm' SRls. .45,000 (CHIhl mil... CTI. .... AT. lI.dlo. Dap. Dish areas with individualized -- mental Education Team,
... but alr.mel' "'P'. a nl.. whit. lI.dill. ..... AC: Z instruction based on needs of ; : ; (EET) has been "

C $3934 $2955 a each participant. The three- -' the best part of the summer
day IS-hour workshop washeld ; an appreciation of ?
Ie- '74 Ford % Ton '74 Vega Hatchback e in mid-July and used the i : :' Jerry McGriff, program.
On.n.LWs.a cI. Auto Trans. .ad. 20,001 MI. FR. AC:. Auto. facilities of the Bradford coordinator;I Mrs. Mary
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L.. SPO R.dlals .dlo. Tr...... almost now rdlal. iiiID County media center in the Robert Hall Jennifer Jocket BUS science teacher Jerry environmental education project undertaken this summer. Osborn Mrs. Lynn Stevens,
$2679 .dlo $2698 51 school administration build- MrGriff and Mike McRa examine water plant and animal All Bradford and Union County schools are Invited to use the Mrs. Sharon Brower and Mt,
ing. lu" from the newly-constructed bridge of nature walk, an walk for school-year nature! studies.: Lysle Williams have revised a'
C '73 loU-Craft '73 Dart at bibliography of materials and I
Vellenga, reading specialist
a.........4 Cft.Ir.43 N P.vln- Fold" Dn Dodge a/. Rd WIlli "This is not the end of the Facilities available at the grade teachers und Rocena ford County Health Depart Southside Elementary. resource people to be used inj)
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srose Mir. and .vl"r_ .ullt$ \It Vinyl Top. PS. AT ..... AI. use of the center. It's open for media center are laminating Santanginl who was then in ment and various organizations the upcoming year's environ
.... Spin 311 Ma of curriculum and such as the Red Cross, Development of a math ass-
V Troll.r. Tltl Tr.'lor' teachers to use all school machines, to give a permacharge mental education classes.
110 $2475 year. We held the workshop so nent plastic coating to games, instruction for the county, the Heart Association and so essment program has
*' that teachers would know howto maps, study cards and other''' represented Starke Elemen on. We also plan to use required the efforts of a four. McGriff has also been

Ie '73 DVOr G.T. '73 Mere. MonL D use the equipment and use paper teaching materials; tary School at the workshop. resource people from the member committee composedof assisted by volunteer studentsin
.. ..... .. film Mrs. Santangini primary grade teachers the creation of a nature
'"'' c: AT M. Rlu .111 V.? "1.h a it more often during the thermal copying; strip community,
a AC. 31,001 M005. lI.dlo. Wide I.....hasn't been u_.AC:. PS CLehr make their materials yearto production; cassette recor- Vicki Beal and Eugenia walk located behind the vocational -
.... 4-Dr. : own "It an introduction to said.Reading intermediate tecMical school. The
was Whitehead and -
ders cameras mimeographand and math assess-
Z Mrs. Payne said. ; ;
TlrS2088 II
C$236C-$ duplicating machine;. the newest programs in health ment programs have been the grade teachers Peggy Stan- walk includes a pierwalkwayfor
ic graphic arts materials for the education. The Berkeley pro major projects for many wix-Hay and Carole Shields. sampling and studying the
'73 Torino G. $pt. '73 Ford 14 Ton making of posters and drill gram begins with the fifth Bradford teachers during the The program Is built around water animal and plant life
__ DII.. .Iu. c:......Full .._.. ..... 302. AT Lws. $2.ao0" MIIN [- cards etc., and a multilith grade level and each year a hot months. The most the same basic principles of around a small pond. The
AC: New TIr 2Ls10 MIIM. G..n.
for another grade has created written
EET a
printer. new portion developed of these programs the assessment now
: 2525 24 the 'reading profile,' is in its being used and will providethe guide to aide teachers in the
(From Page 14)) third year, and underwent teacher of math the same use of the nature walk for'
73 Che,. 44 Ton '73 Chev % Ton minor revisions by Marilyn valuable information on the their classes.LlLtLI'E .
w..lto. 3 SOd. v... Lwa. ... .. OCad.
O NoM LW. AT. PS. 307. Air Mjr. and Mrs. Nolan Kelly
MMa. .... 7 hr
31,001 MI.
::I and family of Seymour John-
C $2319 $2586" son AFB, N.C. were weekend "
of Mr. and i3 f tJZ '
Mrs.
guests George
C 73 Chev. 'WGJIIJW0
73lemans 4-Dr Dump W. 'WGJIIJ
Brown. Tim
G I: Maroon WIlli "'" VT. ..... ..... 10.010 Mil. 2.lpd. Aa.. II remained for the week.Kelly
AC:. 21_. .S. PS. AT. .....10. PTO C.a0 Do

11 $2675 $4800 ;;: Mr. and Mrs. Harold '
J (lJIUUlm }
Alvarez and daughter. Lisa
73 Bel Air 73 IH Scout C r 'i
Mrs.' Verda Johns and Mrs. a
L 4-Dr. c:...... Pomll, Air G..4W..I.Dr.C..IITII.. \
::I c:_.AT "I...dID.Vint Tap. -P-. HUIINro _m. V.. ::I Alma Thompson attended the
a Sunday service at Sans Souci
$1977 3065
a ;
Baptist Church where Mrs.
'72 Duster 340 '72 Electra Cpes :a: Alvarez' brother, Rev. Vernon .T :: '
Orro "' S. Johns, is minister. While in ? l
.ny .''u.. Whit. Strip.. w..It. 0. 1u.' Seth ate n "o
_.. faKY Whll. Spoc. Mtr a ...h..w".r (01/. Fully Rapt. Wills _. Jacksonville they also visitedMr. grt
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011O of a Kind. then ILeN MI. Your :I and Mrs. Azure Johns.
:h'am'Y Jesse Branson'
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$1875 $2550 a Banana split sale, 45c this .r
:: week at Mr. B's Sandwich

C '72 Olds Toronado '72 Duster Twister !! Shop on N. Temple Avenue,

O Luaury _..",. loo nom_. to P... Mee w..... I 'pd. Orono ... Starke.
e"."..,Dk.To"GreM. wilts Lt. 010.41Mimed Scoops ad It.",..a_ .-. IS A CANDIDATE FOR POLICE

U. $1900 $1844 Carlton Faulk has returnedto Bradford teachers learn to use creative arts and media
Troy State College, Alabama -
center equipment during July's three-day media workshop CNIEFOFSTARKE
C '72 Dodge % Ton '72 Torino 4-Dr part of summer In-service training p program.
D Adv. ..... AT. AC:. 1M .... M.t G....... 146 AC:. AT. PS. 0C
Camp 5006 Oran A Whl. .aH. SmaN. v1 .",. C Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez
1m and daughter, Karen 'of Three other teachers attended is introduced," Mrs. Santan- Let II* Tell You About This Man
Orlando spent the weekendwith a Berkeley Health gini said.
U" Mr. and Mrs. Owen Education Workshop in Ocala W. have known this man all our lives and therefor know what he Is like and
72 Ford 4'z 72 Plym. Wag. N
.. .. Ton Cr01",. C'r.' AM..M. Alvarez Sr. and family. Also two weeks of the summer, Idea behind the program is what ha stands for. We have seen him In his capacity as leader, law en-
Tu.T..r.. Or.Std. TroM.wisn MaN'ine::102 .'.... R.dN/s. ...k. AC:. D.I ytyp.O rt ,visiting the Alvarez family learning a fifth-grade unit on to teach not only the makeup forcement: officer father and frUnd. We have teen him stand up for what he
Ford Air co..... Mad 'loMpLC. :. from Wednesday' to Sundaywere the respiratory system to be of the human body, but how to btlltvos to b. right. regardless of what anyone else thought.! He deals with!
$2237 $1850:1 Daniel Alvarez and son, taught this year. Sue Winkler take care of it, make it work everyone fairly and equally. Hell honest and loyal. He wants safety and protec:
.. Jason, of Atlanta., Philomena Adkinson, fifth for you and make it last, Mrs. tion for all.
U '72 Mazda 808 '72 Chew. C Santangini said. The program Joss Branson has lived In Starke for six yoars. H* Is married and his wife Is
4-Sod. BUIlo.fI 11..10 a C-4O begins with a unit on the employed by the Bradford-Union Guidance: Clinic:,and has six children: between
L.. cac: Flu.' .4Alu", ... .
H..lor. 0". Ownar. ....at, Y.N tlf respiratory system and each the ages of 17 and 24. He Is leader of the Starke Branch of the Church: of Jesus
D $1075 year a new unit will be Intro- Christ of Larter-Oay Saints.
J. i duced on the heart the,digestive He Is lust| and fair serious and sensible He wants to work for better law enforcement

C '71 Sedan Deville Chew. C-20 system, the excretory : In Starke. Mr. Branson has an ability for self thinking and is ready ,

Slue' wll" M..hln, Vinyl T.... ...NGS.p...111m.....Itd.'". A system etc. willing and able to do the lob as your Chief of Police: In' Starke. Who knows a
willi oil.. ... WO ,' "It will be better man? Jesse Branson Is that man. We know this as many other people
O COSi574- .1 a pilot program thll.'I i ,
$1548 : in the county to begin shortly know I;
after the Christmas vacation.We We need your support and vote.Your confidence: : will never be betrayed. IL.Fantastic I

-u ....71 11'Datsun....... 1I..1e.Wagon Hilts' TACW.e.C.mpNNly.gpt.0e.'71 Chrysler Z a 'and will materials be receiving from free the Brad-films Vote Jesse Branson As Your Chief Of Police .
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:I M'' Onw Owner IMuell Ow"or. I .... '
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a 1075 $1885
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: $1699 gl'

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Or..... LW'. a C',. lid. Tr.M Lt. .''u.. Volkswagen 4-Spd. Carrier Air Conditioning
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$1425 24. MII.L OM Owner w._
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$1800

J '71 Chew. c.30"I" Low Prices MOBILE HOMES
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AS IS CNEAPIES AS IS !. Modern living.It's EBIH m ForFREE

1ft '71 Plym, 4dr. S.da.3.! AN


70 Catalina Cpt .........'775 part'of [EBttI

N- '6. Mack 1.7.! N each and every rl.I ,

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.. 18 Mastaajj .............$.575. But not if it's qoinq to cost an arm .3 TON SYSTEM. COMPLETELY INSTALLED' $695.00
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0 5' Rambler 4 Dr. ........175 and a leg ,

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II 74 Honda 750 '1.75. '74 S.zlkI55. $9 9 'i You'll find everything you
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: '73 Motosport 25. '151 NS

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: MELROSE 4751185tJ

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