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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 29, 1974
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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mysterious School Board "yes men" and high administrative costs

County disappearance mother of of a Union three were chief targets in political speeches at a poorly at- ""!> \ .. .

children last seen as she was tended Democratic rally at Brooker Tuesday afternoon. .. ,

leaving her place of em- Candidates and their wives almost outnumbered) spec- fiwy; \ ,; ,:,' \ Ji... '.'

ployment early Friday :. tV tators at the 6 p.m. rally which many complained was too -. ; }" ,

morning, August Chief 23. early an hour to draw a big crowd. In a hasty caucus ,- '
According to Deputy .
Albert Sweat of the Union following the final speech, members of the Democratic .

County Sheriff's Department, y yI' Y.L Executive Committee attending the rally agreed to
Mrs. Jacqueline Joanna change the opening time for the three remaining events to t

Smith, employed at General 7 p.m. instead of 6. The new hour will apply to the Lawtey
Electric plant near
Gainesville, checked in for rr rally Friday night.
work at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, An otherwise humdrum 90 minutes was enlivened when

August 22 and checked out of Maurice Edwards, Jr. and William G. Graudons, both

the plant at 12:02: a.m. Friday candidates for the District 5 School Board seat, launched

morning. August 23. attacks administrative and maintenam'eprograms
She was last seen by some of on high costs poor
her co-workers on the same in the school system.

!shift at the plant as she was
Edwards said the school Graudons said he was
leaving the parking area.
should be concerned about "tremendouscosts
operated on a more
The driving time from the ,4
practical basis, spending less and poor constructionand
to the Smith home
located on administration and moreon maintenance programs"in
southof 4 :
Providence on SR-241A. just takes : 1r classroom instruction. lie the school system. "I have
usually
said the new $6.5 million pointed out errors in the pastin
about 30 minutes. At 3 a.m. budget figures out to some these areas, but no one paid __
when she had not arrived her
student in the attention, and the tax- _
SI,700 per any
became husband alarmed, Marvin and began Smith a, county( and declared "we just payers are "still paying for jr If
aren't that much those errors Graudons said.
search for his missing wife. f value" in getting terms of education. He pointed to four problemsthat -_..
The Smith's car, a 1974 w k
need immediate attention -
Ford, was found Friday Me attacked unnecessary i
f 1'T&r!
: including
morning shortly after 9 a.m. k : spending in the school system : [
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pr and said that conditions will -High cost of administeringthe
about one mile from their i
$ get worse "until we get School Board olfice.
home.
someone on the School Board -Lack of adequate text
the Upon vehicle a thorough there was search some of who can say no", and not be a books for the children in all k 4M __ L1iWj ui
rubber schools.
indication that a scuffle may 1 stamp. --Underpaid non-

have taken place. instructional personnel, in-
in the
Foul play News Needed cluding cafeteria workers, bus
mysterious disappearancehas Everything[ Is new for five-year-old kindergarteners who began school !Monday even drivers, custodians, etc.
not been ruled out Sweat meeting the PR; coach which threw one little girls into tears. (Coach Butch Redding isn't reallyall Due To -Lack of maintenance
Early
said Wednesday morning that bad, kids! ) programs to protect the
Mrs. Smith is 38, weighs 140 Beginning their third day of school at Starke Elementary are Dale Brown. U.lI'bara1.'Il'Y.. : hundreds of thousands of ".On the campaign trail in Starke.
IDS., 5 feet, 7 inches tall, with Shl'lIieI'rkd: Susan lIilliarll. Kim Supp, Shane Bellamy. Slll'rry10"0: ;, :Marian Sutton and Monday Holiday dollars already invested in
I blue eyes and blonde hair and Stephen Smith This is; less; than half of;Mrs. Ann Kagans' 30) pupils w ho reported. :Monday. News and advertising for buildings.J.T. .
was wearing a green blouse the oept. 5 edition of The Parrish, also seekingthe
shorts when last
and white
I' said. Telegraph is needed early due District 5 :seat, called for City Political
Ii seen Sweat to the Labor Day holiday "working School Board
Several leads in the
case
School Opens Smoothly members, who will move
have been checked out by which falls Monday, Sept. 2.
Whitehead's The Telegraph office will be around and check on problemsin
John
Sheriff
..-. -- of all county schools."
closed! Monday. Delivery
and the law\i
deputies authorities in the surrounding ;'vf' !
counties but none have led to children, than parents," opening day, except for the additional first grade unit office by noon Saturday, Aug. District 5 member, ,
the discovery of Mrs. Smitlj's.,! stated county school administrator lunch lines, because of according to McKinney 31, or, if possible, this Thursday seeking re-election promisedto
whereabouts through Wes, hen the 74-75 shortage of silverware. Cooks "Starke Elementary School or Friday, will be greatly devote all the "time
term opened Monday, Aug. 26, without appreciated. necessary "to do the job and
nesday morning. had to stop and wash more opened very smoothly
for all Bradford public silverware and it held up the any major problems this year All correspondents are stated willingness to discuss Tap Sept. 5
schools. with 589 enrollment," stated asked to have in early. school problems with
line, Francis said. About 750 a ) copy
..... .....
A rough total) of 3,950students students were served lunch Curriculum Coordinator Latest correspondence can be teachers, students, and

UC RallyOn is now enrolled in opening day. Richard Jockel. "This year accepted for the Sept. 5 issueis patrons at any time.In A candidate forum and Importance ol the Stai-,.. (-
Bradford County schools, and "We had less confusion Starke Elementary registered next Tuesday morning, School Board District I political rally is set for City of city election on Sept. 10. m
the school board expects opening day than we've had 88) kindergarten students andis Sept. 3.Political. competition, Arthur Gaskins, Starke commission candidates which three commissioners!
around 4,100 to be enrolled in a long while, but only the air a little over last year's advertising must who narrowly lost the seat in next Thursday, Sept. will be elected, is enhanced b\
TapTonight after Labor Day. conditioning bothered us," enrollment, which is good!" be in the Telegraph office by 1970, said "We need men on 5, at 7:30: p.m. in the Starke the fact that a majority of the
Charles Francis principalof stated Jockel. 10 a.m. Friday. Aug. 30, to be the School Board who have Farmers Market on US-301 council could be new. Two
Bradford High School, Brooker Elementary had a published in the Sept. 5 ability and the guts to say no" North, sponsored by the veteran incumbents Orie
stated that "BUS has enrolled n smooth opening with an edition. Display advertisingwill Gaskins said, "I may or may Starke Jaycees.Six Wiggins and Neil Tucker are
1,067 students plus the Seniorson enrollment of 147 students up be deadline until the not agree with the present candidates and one not running for re-election.
Job Entry, and we expectlot from last year. All childrenSee regular at noon superintendent, and will makeS incumbent will participate in Wiggins has served for 16
LAKE BUTLER UnionCounty's more after Labor Day ( Page 6) Tuesday. ( -e Page 2) the rally. years and Tucker for eight
2,982 registered years, so the city will lose
"We had about 450 newstudents
Democrats will have only one .. .... commissioners with a total of
tn enter -- -- -
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opportunity 12 candidates speak a out in About 370 were the upcomingninth Hoard akes Uim View 24 years experience of Starke. in the
ir government
their campaign for office in grade class from the Zoning
the September 10 Democratic Middle School and about 70 .r-\I Charles J. Schaefer. an
Primary. were new transfer students," 1li1! incumbent, has opposition, so
Union County's only stated Francis. Tuesday : t the city may also! lose the
scheduled rally will be held Bradford High registered 40 \ .. Of Communal Living DevelopmentThree experience he has gained
Thursday August 29, more non-registered students, I y. during his two-year term of

beginning at 7:30: p.m. under majority of them ninth 1 off! ice.

the sponsorship of, the Union graders, according to of four petitions for Tuesday night by Exclusive Agricul to speak out against the While the city now has men
Francis. who have collective total of
County Democratic Executive reclassification of properties, ford Zoning Business-Automotive Board's approval of the a
Comrnittee'.tJ.J"' I( J ir including auto body repair switch from open the operation of an change.L. 38 years experience( in holdovers runningthe

(See Page 8)tatttaee) Badcock shop on US-301 north of Starke business (BID) for body repair shop K. Whitehead, coownerof city McRac including and Vernon
and a "living off the land" grocery and acres of land on US- a subdivision developmenton ( Jimmy
Silcox), alter the election the
development near Santa Fe at the intersection classificafrom just south of property adjoining Smith's, commission will have,
Lake, unanimously and SR-18 Station drew presented a plot plan of his new
were on petition ,
a
l.wr. ;:' ;-r": ;;:':' J only 14 years of prior service,
ExpansionIs denied on meeting heavy Bryan, chairman response from property and asked the Boardto
and 12.
HJ 1 J Qrori. Utrl! opposition( from adjacent Bradford County and nearby visualize the damage that Group possibly 1 (Wiggin's beat) -

-f -J'1"'{ ... r property owners. Harold V. owners ho ap an auto repair shop would do !Marc Jackson vice-
15: PlannedFurther Only change approved tion for a change in : Tuesday's meeting (See Page 6)) president of Jackson Builder's

:".; ,..:: Supply has qualified for the
':::"'''#0: .;l business expansionin and has
Lunch boxes are back In Group 1 seat op-
;_ the downtown area is Indicated ,'ogue.nft'la Kpps has a School Dilemma"By position from Fred Sapp, 54, a
w >> Temple Explains Millage
:.. 't:.. by the purchase of the sporty one, as she waits on the Seaboard Coast! Line con-
\\\.0_ 'VI' Register property on S. bus Wednesday morning. Hi-,-ir->t.A-..*_t..r-n t..rt..m..-n.n..
Walnut Street by William C. state law the school which nets this county some son's property taxes for School millage, the 6.3373 v Fred Sapp has been em
and Dottie Sue Wilson, of Bad- stated Bradford Middle School board has no alternative in $3.5 million this >ear. The levy schools won't go up unless his levy is determined byII hat ployed as conductor for the
cock Furniture Co. Principal Lennard Register. this matter," Supt. Jim will raise $C9I>,625, approximately assessment has been raised percent of the$487 million is of Seaboard Coastline for the
The transaction includes Bradford Middle School has a Temple stated once again all of which goes more than 60 percent over the the total state tax roll of some past 30 years, and is a
BB.QChicken Lots 5. 6, 7 and 8 of Block 19, rough total of 'Jil students Monday night, explaining at into the school operating 1973 level. If assessments had $81 billion Temple explained. newcomer in politics. A
Supper Original Town of Starke, and enrolled and expect more the first of two public hearingson budget, leaving the local not increased by 96 percent in Lowering Bradford property resident of 1511 East Call
includes buildings now after Labor Day, according to the board s millage increase school board very little free Bradford County, taxpayers assessments is the only way Street, Sapp is trying for the
S:30p.m. housing! the Bradford County Register."We that the local school funds to use this year. would not be facing the Increase the county's required local group 1 seat. Sapp has lived in
Friday Aug.30Strawberry Library and the A & A Rental had about 60 new board had nothing to do withit. in school taxes school effort could be less, he the city for the past six years,
Wharf Service. The property was registered students the The millage increase is .8 Temple points out. points out, because 6.3373 coming here from Bartow
Live Music purchased from Mr. and Mrs. majority of them were sixth mills over the 5.497 recommended mills multiplied by a lower where he lived for over 30
Freeman Register III for an graders." Register stated. 1974-75 Bradford school rollback figure of'Tax "Just nine counties out of 67 assessment would be less years. He is a member of the
Public Speakingat indicated price of $75,000 Last year BMS had 28 millage is set at 6.3373 mills, Assessor Gene Long which is show more than a 60 per cent money. In such a case, the Presbyterian Church and is
in Rally based on documentarystamps. academic teachers, this year the minimum levy permittedby why the school board is being increase in Florida," Templetold county would contribute less married to the former
Lawtey they have added four more the state if the county is to forced by slate law to advertise the 17 persons, includingfive local dollars but not less effort Blanche Tew of Bartow.
Wilson said :yesterday that teachers for a total of 32. participate in the Florida the hike. School millage not connected with the he says, the state more Sapp promises "equal
Lawtey Sponsored VolunteerFire by the property would be used for "I had a very exciting day Education Finance Program statewide can be no less than school system, present but the total county budget government for all citizens
expansion of the present for me, because my wife gave the 6.3373 mills, since that Is Monday night. would remain the same. and wants all citizens to be
Department Badcock furniture and appliance birth to our 7 Ib. 11 ounce baby Second and final public the millage it takes to raise Some counties, like represented in a fair and
store, and that he had boy, Micheal.and the students hearing on the school millage $487 million statewide for Bill Dodd a Starke resident, Alachua, where assessmentsdid equal manner." Sapp feels
c..a r.1Ile given the library until July 31, seemed glad to be back in increase is set next Thursday, education from property asked if the school budget not go up as much as here. maybe an outsider can see
1975 to vacate. "I wanted to school," stated Southside Sept. 5, at 7 p.m. in the school taxes. That is the portion of would be less or more, if the Temple points out, have actually things, here that an insider
m (dommunity give them all the time possiblein Elementary Principal Dewey administrative building on the total $1.5 billion statewide millage rate would go up or been able to reduce cannot he told a Telegraph
order not to inconveniencethe McKinney. North Temple Avenue. The school budget for 74-75 that the down. Temple explained thatit millage below the recom- reporter.
fctatr Hank library," Wilson said. "With our enrollment of 520 millage increase is also advertised state legislature decided must would not the levy being set mended rollback figure, but Group 3 (Tucker's seat) T.
Wilson said the expandedstore we expect at least a total of 600 again in this editionof come from property taxes. by the state. If the budget still exceed the 6.3373 mills to Carlton Chastain, employed in
A_ N.w ........ V.. facilities will include a after Labor Day." stated the Telegraph, along with grows or decreases only the satisfy state requirements.That the fire department at Cecil
T. 120,000 br service department which will McKinney. an accompanying statement Supt. 'Temple has been funds from the state would go would mean a decreasein Field; Harold W. Epps
r...... .. .
an.- carry a stock of parts and be This year Southside has four pointing the blame at the pointing out. however, that up or down not local millage, local school taxes, he point National Guard comptroller''
See Page 8) kindergarten units compared Florida Legislature. under the 6.3373 levy a per said the superintendent. out. See Page 6)








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Rally.. ...
quick decisions on any In the District II School in the District 2 race, favored D
,ssues affecting your tax Board race challenger keeping local government at Charges were dismissed to Bruno over a period of of the Hampton Elementary confirmed by AuxiliaryPoliceman Denton ni\.uiuiii&a wine ui bottle ucpiuy' filled Don
dollars lie said the board Patricia (Pat) Spengler the local level, and said that stakedout Ed Green.A
School. The
several days beginning area was with gasoline was found
members will have to pointed to her interest In youth tax dollars should not be spent against one defendant, Dennis final phone call was in a
Tuesday, August 6, and by the sheriff's deputies, telephone booth at
of Lee Hardy, 27, Starke, but on Sunday the
outside assessments Bruno
carefully watch every expenditure work, and promised to serveas for defendant concluding with McCullough'sarrest but the pickup attempt was received by caller Hampton General Store,
the will full time board member, property in the county. primary Charles 11, in which the and
or millage a to August
aborted when
Lester on Monday, August 12. no one came is being examined
McCullough, 31, had now for
go/: back up and older on if elected, making sure that District Incumbent GeorgeW. pick the package. said that the price
I ixed incomes won't be able to "our $6.5 million budget is Roberts pointed to his eight !Hampton, was bound over to hardy was arrested on According up to Bruno's went up to $3,000. fingerprints.
pay their taxes. used to serve the students' years of experience and his Circuit Court after a Saturday, August 10, and testimony at the preliminary
needs." efforts in behalf of economyon preliminary hearing Thur- charged with being a principalin
different
five drops
Herman Johnson, another Incumbent District 2 the board. Roberts said it sday, Aug. 22, on extortion the first degree to the extortion were hearing arranged in the extortion p areINCOME
charges stemming from
District I candidate and first member H.A. Lawson pointedto had been predicted that attempt attempt, the last being a dropat
black to seek a School Board his 24 years of service on Bradford County would doublein threats against Hampton McCullough is alleged to the intersection of the TAX
post said "it is time to take the board and said that "old population in the next five Mayor Arthur Bruno. have initiated the extortion Rhoden Road and SR-18, mimTO COURSE
politics out of the school heads are needed to help guide years, placing great stress ]Hardy, identified by an scheme in which a demand for about 2 miles east of Hampton -
system and put education and direct the growing school and strain on the county's auxiliary who policeman as the the sum of$2,000( was made bya in which the money was FARM I .Included' currant.. Ui l_.. thaory. and.
his person attempted to call to Bruno at I application practiced In Block o|
and telephone
back in. He said the new $6.5 program. resources making make supposed to have been placedin ffcM Iron CMII to......
pickup
million budget is big business, valuable in government a by lawmen on, was a "drop"dismissedby set his home in Hampton. The a telephone relay box. .Cnolc.of daya and....i emu
md a bad decision on the partof COMMISSION: : HACKS asset. up then unidentified caller .CwtlfiuM_.,doc! upon graduation.ENROLL .
a board member could cost Virtually no issues were Two of the briefest rally County Judge Elzie San- threatened to bomb and burn Auxiliary policeman Ed
the taxpayers plenty of discussed in the two County speeches were made by E.W. ders for lack of evidence. down the Hampton General Green identified Hardy as the
money Commission races with all Hodges and Harold Waters, McCullough was bound overt store and the Hampton water person who had attempted to rN Ns : NOWI
Blaine Thompson, incumbent candidates seemingly contentto competing for the District 4 ()Circuit Court on charges of works unless his demandswere make the pickup at about Classes Start: SEPT. 12
District I member, introduce themselves and Commission seat being demanding, by phone met. 10:30: a.m. Saturday morning .
a""""""'"
promised "never to betray theonfidence" shake hands with the few vacated by Eddie Allen. payment of $2,000 under Bruno contacted the officeof August 10. Green had been convenient clou locationpGrGQOILOCIt
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- of the people if reelected spectators present. Hodges stressed his experience threat of burning or bombingthe Sheriff Dolph Reddish who assigned to handle the --- ---- ----- :
business mayor's general store in assigned deputies John stakeout at that particulardrop. [ ] .
to the office. Mark B. Adkins, challenger as a man Walnut St. Stark. Fla. M 8216 I
Hampton. McCullough was Don Denton Steve 111 N.
Dempsey, ,
O also released to Alachua Backus and Robert Green to Hardy, in a statement to Pl.... und m >r.. InfariMlfaa ataul tin "".".."'.*.' I"..">..Tai. c......
,.... only' and .1.' under HaatlMn
I far InltrmMlM
County authorities for the case, who, in cooperationwith Deputy Don Denton, followinghis 711..,II a .t I
I violation of probation.McCullough Bruno arranged to arrest said that he was .11. C ....IIC ???,,,?
VOTE I was charged comply with the demands of acting on instructions from NAME flCtIR
with making extortion threats the extortioner. someone called "Jimmy" who
I Instructions from the had offered him the amount of ADDRESS-
I unidentified caller were $200 to pickup the package. I CITY__ _PHONESTATE i
and Waters reviewed his followed and a "drop" was Hardy said the package was .ZIP CODE ..
Herman I i activities in civic affairs. arranged in which a packagewas not there when he went to pickit -.. ... a
I i State candidates Representative, Dist. placed at a sign post north up and his statement was .. lII AND: .MAILv-TODAY: : .VBBBVP
25, were
I 1 at the
represented rally -
I I incumbent Frank Williams by
JOHNSON I i George T. Huggins, and
challenger Bill Hester by his
,1 father-in-law.

# !I State Marion Senate Pettit, ,Dist.candidate 6, was for 41&.rt: fJ! 111

represented by Miss Rebecca

Bradford County Dedicated To The ,I interest McMillan in "double who stressed homestead his .

i exemption for everyone," and ... ..
EducationalNeeds : his belief in returning local

School I Board Of All ,I I government Kenneth to II.the people.(Buddy)

MacKay, also seeking the
District One ---:0-0--:
Dist. 6 senate seat, was PLATFORMFull
,
,,
I represented by a young time, Senator accessible to, the people laM "
speaker who reviewed the ,, ;.
( i It 'cessaiv "tall mai'ildi''' "> t>ftn hou s ihr mqhnutth l "q ..
"Join with me on September 10thin candidate's outstanding ,' district, ,r,' r' '" ...,1t'oJ,!
legislative career and his .,
b i Will trtdkt Mumituiis visits to you' community' with
> interest in ad valorem tax Ar y
allvanc'(I loud' to d&sist' you m solving local probl.n"Remove

OUR I reform.Bradford the limit' of 25 state agencies- Dm will allow thikgisldture > ..
starting goal achievingand School Superin- .
> tendent Jim Temple spoke in to 'bn-dk upstate bureaucracy duel' return govu n ..'
mint to the 'local people'
| behalf of Ralph Turlington,
maintaining the excellence of I candidate for State Com Equal rights. and opportunities, for, everyone
missioner of Education. Planned' growth m an orderly 'fashion

\,1 (See Page 8)TIIKItltADFOKI Double the homestead exemption, OUR educational system ." hdvt mcaiiinqfijl, tax 'ipfotrn Loss of local tax it-venue, to a "f.
be 'lepliicut. by State Revenue Sha""ysQUALIFICATIONS
: )
('ulINn'TEI.mtAPIl:
I Published Thursday! Worked, lot the Logifldtun' as Assistant' Aud'toi' G,""<',,u,
every
Honest
I at I3HW. {'allStrl'l't Knowlwlgpablt, Fiscal' Allan, Ci rtilied''' Public Act,>nr', < '
I Starke, Florida:32091 tam' Last 27 v'"'arc have been spirit auditing' and' ,Ill\ .ant' '
I'I I State and' Local Governmental, Units" ,n fiscal' ,matins

I Sincere I Second Class postage paid
I I at Stukl', FloridaSnliscii'iilion CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE DISTRICT 6

I Dedicated I Ititlrs: ,

I I 11I11'I1I1r""I'II}ear: M.o: : sir: SII.tHII"nionl; | "> A vote for Marion Pettit is a vote for honesty,
I Representative for I
All
(Paid Pol. Adv) I Outside U'ode nicii: |7.tt integrity, and efficiency in government.
I peryear$1.00NI': .. \ months (Pd. Pol. Adv) '"'"""" "" "' "' """
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-1 Miss Janine Gay, Edwin C. Sellers Exchange Vows I


jII Dorothy Janine Gay, softly full skirt was or carnations and pom
Seers
K (4.tid-@Tf7k-Jf daughter of William Arlen namented by sprays of lace were Miss Lorine ,
J Gay, Sr. of Jacksonville and and edged with a border( of sister of the groom, and Miss
granddaughter of Mr. and venise lace continuing aroundthe Kim Hodges. Passing out rice
ilor Mrs. William Jackson Ep circular chapel train. Her bags were Melissa Gay, Tina

Gr .. person of Starke, and Ronnie veil was a long mantilla of !Hunter, Todd Gay and
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-- ---- double layers of illusion LeVance
Edwin Sellers, son of Mr. and Gay.
Mrs. Edwin Clifton Sellers of bordered by a wide lace band. Also assisting at the

\ Beverly Rose Kline Becomes Bride Of Ardel F. Brannen in Hope, Baptist, ,. Starke, were united in To complement her wedding ceremony and reception: were
surprise PartyForGreig marriage Saturday, August gown she wore a pearl pendant Mrs. J.L. Hunter, sister of the
Miss Beverly Rose Kline of The bride Is a 1971 graduateof 17, at 8 o'clock in the eveningin and earrings, gift of the groom, and Mrs. Charles
Jacksonville Beach, daughterof Flushing High School, and Moyer Reynolds Chapel, Camp groom, and a heirloom gold Darby.
Mr. and Mrs. William F was formerly employed as Blanding. bracelet of her great-great Following a wedding trip to
Kline, of Flushing, Mich., and ; secretary with State Farm Mr. and Mrs. F.W. The altar candelabra with grandmother's. Her bouquetwas the Smoky mountains, the
Ardel Franklin r.+ Insurance In Jacksonville Strickland honored Mrs. brocade cascade of is Lake
Brannen, son white tapers, the altar rail a rose couple residing on
of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh A. Mr. Brannen is a 1967 Strickland's brother Greig garland of lilies-of-the-valley, yellow roses, white star burst Street in Starke. The bride is
Brannen of Route 3, Slarke, graduate of Bradford High Moyer, of Keystone Heights, two spiral candelabra with and ivy with streamers of continuing her studies at the
were united in marriage at 8 School and served four yearsin with a surprise birthday white tapers, two standing picot satin and pearls. University of Florida. Mr
p.m. Friday, Aug. 23, in Hope t' the U. S. Air Force, with supper Thursday, August 22, baskets and two pedestal Following the ceremony the Sellers is employed by the
Baptist Church, Theressa. 1.I .. overseas duty in the Philip at their home on Kingsley baskets containing white bride and groom their im DuPont Company.
'1 he ceremony was per pines He attained the rank of Lake. gladioli, yellow carnations, mediate families and attendants
formed by Rev W P sergeant in communications, Family members enjoyingthe white pom poms and sprengrii formed a receivingline
McElroy before a golden arch, and was discharged in 1971. supper Included Mr. fern formed a background for in the vestibule of the Shower Given
I. He is employedas Moyer's wife and children, his Robert Patersonand
flanked by two urns of white now privately the wedding service per chapel. Mrs.
gladioli, yellow corn flowers, an organ technician. mother, Mrs.Marion Moyer of formed by the Reverend p Mrs. J.R. Kite greeted For Susan MacyAt
I yellow and white pom poms, Jacksonville, Mrs. N.P. Herbert Parsons. guests at the reception, held in
baby's breath, and springerla I Riccardi of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greene, the Starke Country Club. Miss Mercer Home

I fern. Cycus palms and Mrs. Charles Rowell and organist, provided a programof Sonya Payton kept the bride's Miss Susan Macy was .,
Lucille Gunter daughter, Elizabeth, of book.
greenery were used in the nuptial music. honored at a miscellaneous
background.Mrs. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clinton C Sellers, brother of The brides table, centeredby bridal shower Thursday
I Marsha Lee, organist Bob HardenbrookWed Thornton and daughter, the groom served, as best the tiered cake, was on
22 by
evening, August given
and Miss Valerie Jones, Donna, and members of the man. Ushers were William A. backed by standing containersof !Mrs. Leroy Norman, Jr. and
soloist and niece of the bride \ August 25 hosts' family. Gay, Jr., brother of the bride, gladioli, yellow carnations, !Mrs. Larry Mercer at the
groom, provided nuptial Lucille Gunter and Horace J. Sellers, brother of pom poms and fern. Mrs. home of the latter on Kingsley
Posley
music. / \ the groom, and Paul A. Keen, George Anderson and Mrs. Lake.
Given in marriage by her Bobby Hardenbrook were brother-in-law of the groom. Harold Gay, aunts of the
The refreshment table was
(
father the bride wore a gown .I'Iit united in marriage on Sunday, Mrs. William T. Whisenhuntand bride, cut and served the
covered with lace
an ecru,
,, i Aug. 25, in Jacksonville. The
with lace top and a hoop skirt, Miss Wendy Gay, sistersof cake. Serving punch from cutwork cloth and centered
performed by
fashioned in three tiers of ceremony was Hilliard. BIRTHSMr. the bride served as matronof tables decorated by with a bride doll encircled
the Rev.
lace, edged with white The bride's Faye attendants were honor and maid of honor. arrangements of gladioli, with fern and coral vine. The

sequins. The skirt extendedinto I Z Mr. and Mrs. Nick Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Severo of Other attendants were Miss punch bowl I was also encircled
a short train. The bride the Pearle Wolfred and Mrs. PaulA. with the fern and coral vine.
and Mrs. Larry Griffis, and 'Sterling, Va. announce
wore a Juliet with lace- Keen, sister of the p r0onal9 .
cap groom. The hostesses the
r ,+ t Mrs. Susie Hilliard, all of birth of a daughter, Karen presented
edged fingertip veil, and All were gowned alike in
Starke, and Miss Keena McLarin, on August 11. honoree with an electric can
carried an illusion of printed in tiny Edward Jackson, formerlyof
nosegay 1.r Hilliard of Jacksonville.The Material grandparents are crystal organza opener as a memento of the
yellow carnations, white clusters of maize flowerets Starke, graduated from the
pompoms '
occasion.
at Col.\ and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan,
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baby's breath, and Y G:: .. ,. I '. bridegroom was and worn over matching University of Florida at
M The 25 attending
.: ..r.. ,. :. I tended by his daughter, and maternal great-grandmother guests
fern, tied with pearl and satin _... "_ '.L. Arlene Hardenbrook. ( is Mrs. O. L Haynes, taffeta They wore headpiecesof summer commencement included the honoree's
streamers. maize satin loops with exercises with a degree in mother Mrs.\ of
the Sr., all of Starke. Lloyd Macy
Following the a bride's bouquet was placed on Following ceremony, a
Miss Debbie Atkinson was ceremony streamers ornamented with business administration.Prior Lake, and the
reception was held in the the cake table which also helda small reception was held at Kingsley
maid of honor, wearing a lace flowers. to attending the mother of the honoree's
recreation hall\ of the church, candle. the home of the bridegroom.
princess style dress of mint memory !Mr. and Mrs. Harold The honor( attendants university, hespentfour yearsin fiance, Mrs. Arthur Gaskins.
green dotted swiss, with where mixed summer flowers !Mrs. Merle Packham Branham of Hampton an carried arm bouquets of the U.S. Air Force. His
matching ribbon in her hair. and greenery were used in yellow crysanthemums, white parents are Mr. and Mrs.
greeted guests at the door and nounce the birth of a son, Scott
.
Her 1 lowers were an arm decorating.The them 12 in starburst and fern, with satin Blake Jackson of Gainesville.
presented to the WilsonLavenderDate Harold, on August
bouquet of yellow carnations, streamers, The two other
bride's table was receiving line consisting of Alachua General Hospital.
baby's breath, and greenery coveredwith a crocheted heir the bride and groom, and their Set Sept. 13 Maternal grandparents are attendants carried arm -------------- 2til1j.J .
tied with yellow satin loom, made by the groom's parents; Mrs. Thomas F. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper of bouquets of yellow crysan-
!Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Hadsockof and with Retirement
streamers themums fern satin we un
parental: grandmother, with a Brown, the groom's great- the Starke. Paternal grand Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jonesof
Gainesville derstand, is if
Bridesmaids were Mrs. pink underlay. The \three great aunt and Miss Jessie announce parents are Mr. and Mrs.S, E. streamers. great you are Calif
Norwalk three
engagement and approaching Given in her rich and But spent
John Bontrager Miss Susie marriage by busy healthy.
tiered wedding cake was icedin !May Brannen, the groom'saunt. Branham of Palatka.Mr. .
Kline, sisters of the bride and white, with floral trim in marriage of their daughter, father, the bride wore satin then under those conditions, days last week visiting Mr
Karen Wilson, to and venise lace work is too. and Mrs. A.L. Crosby and
Miss Linda Sue Jones, niece of Jimmy mist poisedover great
Mrs. Rochelle
Jones
rainbow colors, und the thegraoin's
the groom. They wore princess top Lavender, son of Mr. and Mrs. layers of starched net Dill vnughan Bell AAcCiure' Mrs Myrtice\ Nichols and
tier ornamented with sister-in-law and
was a and Mrs. Dewey syndicate families.
gowns of yellow dolled J.F. Lavender of Lake Butler. and bridal taffeta. The fitted
miniature bride and groom, Mrs. Lynn Hall cut the the birthof
announce
The wedding will be McKinney Vnecklineand
sissilh matching ribbonsin an bodice featured a
standing under a white lace wedding cake, while Mrs I I
event of September 13 at 7:30 a son, Michael Dewey, on of lace, full
their hair, and carried : appliques
trellis with bell. TheJenniferJockel Tracy Jones and Mrs. Donald
wedding
bouquets like the honor uttl'lldant's. p.m. in the First Apostolic Aug. 26, at 1:20: a.m. in bishop sleeves with cuffs
Slade
the groom's sister-in- Re Elect CHARLES
Alachua General Hospital, -
law served Church, Lake City. trimmed in lace bands. The
The groom's( father servedas punch. All friends and relatives are =
The bride's book
was kept OOOOOQOOOOOQC SCHAEFER: :?
best man. and! ushers were invited to attend.
by Mrs. Uavid Kline, the i
David Blankenship, Mark: Honored on bride's sisterinlaw.After iI iI I DeWitt C;i. Jones YOUR
Warren, and David Kline, I CITY COUNCILMAN
the the
brother of the bride. 16th Birthday reception Scott-Jockson I
bride and groom left on a IJ J GROUP S

Miss Jennifer Jockel was wedding trip to South Florida, To Wed Sept. 14 I FunercSTARKE il HomeIE RESIDENT OF STARKE 23!! YEARS
luncheon and and will reside
honored with a at 6100 Arlington
Miss Becky Jackson and : A MAN OF PROVEN ABILITY
party on her 16th birthday Expressway Jacksonvillealter PHON 964-62OO
anniversary August 23: givenby September 15. Bruce J. Scott will be united in I
REN TALKERS i'
STANDS! FOR BETTER
;W 1ouYnow marriage on Saturday, Sept. ,
Mrs. Richard Jockel at I HOSPITAL ibEDS. .WHEEL CHAIRS I
ADMINISTRATIVE: PRACTICESYour
their home in Saratoga 14, at 6 p.m. in the First I
Birthday Party Church of a CRUI fCHESL
Keystone
I Heights. Baptist
J.11dwurd: Sr. relumi-d
;
homo Saturday Iron i a two Those attending were Sonja For Cassie AutryLittle Heights! a reception will KEYSTONEPHONE L HEIGHTS Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated
follow in the Starke Woman'sClub.
Biggs Janice Jockel, Nancy
week business trip to Por
73-3176
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
Ormsbee, Julie Gntfis, Kathy
tland. 'Ire) Uhile Mr. Kd- Miss Cassie Autry
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wardsuis, ..Ila1lrs. Edwards Locks, Jenny Tomlinson, celebrated her 4th birthday ,;..:: .- ".
v.sited her:" daughters Karen Powell, and Kathy Monday, August 26, when her
and I hmnlios.: Mr. and Mrs. Casey. mother, Mrs. Robert M.
.1.:M Mini! .mil. Mrs. Gayle After cake and ice cream Autry honored her with a Slade
Thomas' "I i .Uiiksonville and were served, the honoree swimming party at their homeon Sawyer -
!iTlunu'l bout Saturday opened her gifts. Kingsley Lake.
The Winnie-the-Pooh theme
was used in In th e party

out decorations with a, and cake was featuring carried Cas Er Air Conditioningin

ll'imtie-the-Pooh sitting in a l

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party and picnic lunch at the Let Explain Energy

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with the eight guests were .
Jay's grandparents, Mr.[ and
Particle
Plywood Board Mrs. L.C. Early.

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Mr. ,iindMrs. II.E. Graddick
of Uolhan. Ala. spent Tuesday U90
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nigh! with her -
and sister Mr. and :Mrs. J.T.
1/2x4x 12 . .h" ect'3.30 (Uiwson.Mr. .

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CASH ami CARRY. : .and Mrs. Lloyd Badman!
rclurncdlolhetrhumeinNewBrunsu ;; Plus

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niter a I UNO week visit with his
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ADK Luncheon Kathy Richarde Entertained Green-Norman Hampton School


Meeting Held Little Miss Cathy Richarde During the afternoon games J Jv Engagement Told Break-In ProbedA
celebrated her 5th birthday were played and favors, party
Members of Alpha Gamma Saturday August 24, with a hats and mint cups were __ Mrs Lillian Thomas of break-in at the Hampton
(Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa party given by her mother presented to each guest, Starke announces the Elementary School is being
sorority met at noon Wednesday Mrs. Henry Richarde, at the Among the 13 guests, those engagement of her daughter investigated by the Bradford
Aug. 21, at the home of her grandmother, from out of town were: Mrs. JoAnn Green, to Randall County Sheriff's Department
Holiday Inn for luncheon and !Mrs H.1\I. Richarde, Sr. Lyle 1-1. Buck and children: Eugene Norman, son of Mr. A janitor discovered the
,i planning session The Rebecca Sue theme was Andrea and Scott, ()Palatka, and Mrs. Eugene Norman of break-in Monday morning
[luring the business carried out in every detail. Mrs. James Allen and r r ? ys Camp Blandmg. August 26, when he went to
meeting. conducted by The two tables in the carportwere daughter, Kristy, Mrs. James Miss Green and Mr. work.
Frances Hamilton, committees overlaid with the paper Shivler and children, Kasey Norman are seniors at After an inventory had been
were named and plans birthday cloths with paper and Kim, and Kathy, Petra, Bradford High School and will made of the food supplies it
made for the District II area dolls imprinted on each. The and Jennifer Rosenolum, all graduate with the class of was determined that about 20
meeting to be held in Starke focal point of the decorationswas of Gainesville 1975. The wedding will take IDS. each of bologna, weinersand
.nn September 21. The hostess a beautifully decorated Assisting In serving and place in November.Ir. ground meat had been
roster for the year was also doll cake. Paper plates cups, entertaining the children were taken. Also missing was 75
made and napkins repeated the Cathy's grandmother and her 1Poolside and Mrs. Pat Parrish of postage stamps and $2 in
Gifts were presented to chosen motif. aunt, Mrs Buck Atlanta, Ga are visiting Mrs. change.
Sandra Duncan and Peggy Parrish's mother) Mrs. The break-in was investigated
Stanwix-llay, honoring themas Brannen-Kline Wedding Party Merritt Williams, and Mr. : by Deputy Steve
the newest mothers in the Williams. r Backus
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hcipter: !Mr and Mrs Raleigh A Mr. and Mrs H A. Lawson, .- -..r.- -.-. -. -. -. .- -. .- -. -. -. -. . . . .L..L.L. . .. .LL.'
Brannen hosts last long-time friends of the
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NEED TO CLEAN YOUR Friday evening at a buffet groom's family. Buffet Luncheon Support Attorney
TYPEWRITER? Come by The wedding following the The bride's table was
Office Shop and rehearsal of the Brannen- covered with an heirloom
pick up some Hosted by Junior Women JOHN PAUL HOWARDFOR
liquid or sheet cleaner for your Kline wedding. The party was white cutwork cloth, with blue ,

typewriter. held in Starke at the home of with underlay a silver and bowl was holding centered: pink The Junior Woman's Club of) Mrs. James O'Brian, as the JUDGESHIP FIRST DISTRICT
Starke held its fashion mannequin. Articlesof
prospective
dahlias and yellow mums.
Silver candlesticks held membership luncheon clothing were used to cloth COURT OF APPEALS

ar 1 burning pink tapers. Saturday, August 24, at the and indicate different aspectsof (T.II..ee)
.. Other tables on the spacioussun home of Mrs. J.C. Dukes.Wll1nlethcPooh the Junior Woman) of) today.

VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT porch, where guests were party Mrs. Goodowns made a JOUNx PAUL IIOWARD, hY '
of the
seated, held small vases of decorations) were used surprise presentation Jacksonville attorney, with 24 a atl
H.A. throughout the party area, proposed Winme-the-Pooh "
summer flowers in rainbow years of extensive trial and
signifying the mascot of) the pants suit to be worn at
colors. appellate experience: seeks
Florida Federation of JunirWomen's ) conventions and district a
LAWSONSCHOOL Pink roses and greenerywere your support in his bid for
Clubs. meetings.
used in decorating other election to the vacant Judgeship ;
kr After the luncheon, Mrs. 3
party rooms in the home. First District of 4
The poolside buffet lun-
BOARD DIST.2: During the evening, gifts Charles president, Goodowns presented a club skit cheon was enjoyed by 25 Appeal, Group 1, Northern.
to the attendants
were presented
members and guests :i: the 37 counties of (
with the Fine Arts Chairman,
of the prospectivebride
71ft lid; tl/'u Florida. Incumbent Judge
and groom. BeckyJacksonComplimented Sam Spector Is not seeking .
Guests included the wed
re-election.
ding party and outofto..nguests. at

Howard, 47, has been an
Mrs II. A. Lawson, Mrs Kitchen ShowerMiss active trial and appellate attorney 4
6 : Merle Packham, and Miss in Northeast Florida,
YwewtYlblrhaarw'We Jessie May Brannen, aunt of Becky Jackson was ar 10.p. engaged In both civil and
the groom, assisted with the honored at a kitchen showeron criminal cases before state and

hospitalities. Friday evening, August 23, federal courts, since his graduation
given by Misses Debbie from the 4Jf
University
Youth Caught Shuford, Joan Hinson, and
...I; eArU'; Florida College of Law in
Bonnie Trisler at the home of
All Had Better Be 1950. The Glen St. Mary
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jackson,
On Drug CountA Sr. CQ .eQ native graduated from( Jack
Careful How We table sonville's Landon High School
Live The refreshment was
JOHN PAUL
Starke William HOWARD
youth,
School in 1941. Then he served in the
overlaid with a green linen Sunday Sunday ,
Rufus Padgett, 18, was Jacksonville Attorney
And Walk What arrested August 26, and cloth edged in lace. At one end 9:45: am.; Morning Worshipat parachute Infantry until 1916.
.
of) the table was a floral 11 o'clock; Church
charged with possession of arrangement of yellow porn Training, 6:15: Evening lIoward is a member of the former Marilouise Stickler
We Or Do For narcotic paraphernalia and the at 7:30 Jacksonville Bar Association: have three
Say of less than 5 poms balanced by punch Worship : p.m. They children.
possession bowl at the other end. Monday Girl's Ensemble, The Florida Bar, American
the
We Be The grams Sheriff's of marijuana by Surrounding the punch bowl 6:30: p.m.; Youth Choir 7 p.m. Trial Lawyers' Association, Howard maintains that an
May Only Following Department.a hearing before was dainty fern interspersedwith Tuesday WMS Council Temple Lodge #23 F & AM, appellate judge must have extensive .
Elzie Sanders, Padgettwas yellow pom poms. Meeting, 10 o'clock; Business Scottish Rite Bodies anil trial and appellate experience -
Judge
Bible Some Folks Ever released on bond of $250 The hostesses presented Meeting 10:45: program Morocco Temple. Howard, a before going on the
the honoree her Covered Dish Luncheon Baptist, is married to the
for the first charge and$200 on corsages to 11:15: bench and he has 24 years.
Read. mother, Mrs. W.T. Jackson, 12 o'clock noon; Junior
the second. (Paid Political Advertisement t loT John Paul Howard, Treasurer)
Sr., and the mother of the Choir Practice, 3:20.:

... .. .. ... . FOR- -SALE--:-All--kinds--of- -office- honoree's fiance, Mrs Edna Wednesday Family Hour Night of *+, 1.111. |, .|i>.>l>l|, I.M..I.H.. M,|, 11 ii..!.>. ++. i ,,|.,(
home, and school supplies. M Scott. Supper 6:00: p.m.;
Come by The Office Shop or An electric can opener and Power, 6:30: ; Teachers and
Political Advertisement. Paid For by H A. Lawson) call 964-6305 for service, knife sharpener\ was Officer Meeting, 7:15: ; I ;f
presented to Miss Jackson asa Trustees Meeting, 7:30: p.m.;
memento of the occasion. Church Choir Practice 800;
Twenty guests enjoyed the {,
affair. p.m.Thursday Inspiration and ...1... I.
,
'
, t tt Visitation, 9:30 a.m.; Music
T : Vote ForHAROLD Makers; Chapel Bells, 3:20: ; -J
Visitation 7:00: p.m. s
-Ben P. Bryant,Pastor ; \ Specials ;


t t tt Nancy Marie GayTo

2TT r Wed Mr. Gentry .

I WATERS --- Mr and Mrs. Jerry 0, Gay, I'

leiiI of Starke, announce the 300.SHEETS 3 Yds. r'
) t t engagement and approaching
t I}
ArUd marriage of their daughter, NOTEBOOK SUMMER
CountyCommissioner ciue Nancy Marie, to Jackie 77C $100 "
.
FILLER MATERIAL
Donald Gentry, son of Mr and
Mrs. Coleman R. Gentry of
, Ashville, N.C.
Join the happy hundredswho Miss Gay is a 1971 graduateof SOO.SHEETS
I District 4 are excited about what Bradford High School and NOTEBOOK SUMMER
God is doing at the First attended Mars Hill College in $127 1/ Off
like I Baptist Church of Starke. Mars Hill, N.C., majoring in FILLER CLOTHING
I am a working man, just you. business education.
Great Bible Teaching Mr Gentry is a 1970
know the working man's problems. I Sunday School at 9:45a.m.: graduate of Ashville High
School and graduated from THE AS'TD PLASTIC
Heartfelt Singing! Mars Hill College with a B.A. $188 2 $1

live on a dirt road. I am a taxpayer, Bible-centered Preaching! attending degree in religion.the He Southern is now ORGANIZER HOUSEWARES for


hit like you with higher taxes. Harold Morning 11:00a.m.Broadcastover Worship. Baptist Louisville the school Theological, Ky.of theology Seminaryin in VAN H. PRIEST


Waters will fight to hold taxes down. ( WPXE) November The couple 23 wedding is planning in the a STARKE FLA.

Christian Training First Baptist Church of

I want a chance to do something 6:15p.m.: Starke.

Evening Praise & Worship

about these problems, to make Brad- 7:30 p.m. GENERAL

"The Church With a Heart. REVENUE ACTUAL USE REPORTGeneral
ford County a better place. In the Heart of Starke" SHARING
Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local end state governments Your government must publish this
Ben P. Bryant report advising you how these funjs have been used or obligated during the year from July 1. 1973. thru June 30 1974
I have taken two weeks off to cam- Pastor This should'is be to spent inform you of your government priorities' and to encourage your participation in decisions on how future funds


full time. I want to William George ACTUAL EXPENDITURES THE GOVERNMENT OF
paign serve you. Min. of Music CATEGORIES( ) CAPITALIB MAINTENANCE OPERATING/(CI) BROOKER: TOWN

1 PUBLIC SAFtTV has rec.ivid, General R.v.nu. Sharing payment totaling

Elect Harold E. Waters! Thank YOUPaid Corner of Clark and 2 ENVIRONMENTAL $ $ :cIr 924-

L Jefferson Street PROTECTION $ S during the period from July 1. 1973. thru Jun. 30. 1914.
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''I' : C 12 HOUSING a COMMUNlTYOEVILOPMBNTl- ID BM.o..t.otJun.30.lI73.S l 3233"
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I CP2WSEA) qj(0CU 7C 1f( r..4 On The Consumer's

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Mr. and Mrs Oliver Murray W s by Lee F'. Kumbley
and granddaughter, Jennifer Mr and Mrs. Paul Hawkins Friends of Miss Joy St. John Among those attending the 1 1r Consumer1 Services Coordinator Side
Patrick of St. George S. C. and family of Jacksonville will be interested to learn that Sharks-Birmingham football DIvKlon ol Consumer Services
and nt'iccs Angela Nancy'and visited Mr. and Mrs. Titus she was baptized by Rev. Ben game in Jacksonville last Dopl' Ol Agncultur and Consumer Services

Karen home of Gulf Olson Sunday.Mr. Bryant in the First Baptist Wednesday night were: Mr.

Breeze, spent Tuesday to Church last Sunday night. and Mrs. Bill Glover, Mr. and What' are "meat U-n- Is it true that natural
Thursday< with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. S. W. Robertsof Mrs. John Myers, Mr. and C11 ye dcriycrs" made of? Won't organic( fertilizers e not only
Robert Barksdale and family. Pahokee spent the weekend Mrs. W. F. }Herlong Mrs. Blakewood, Mr. and T 4 rx they. harm the stomach? safer than identical I feilili-{
On Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs! with Mrs. C. B. Roberts.Mr. returned home last week aftera Mrs.:T.H. $lade'.Mr. and Mrs. The "tenderizer" most Tees, but produce healthier

Barksd., their son, Robbie, week's confinement in 'the Clyde! Terwillegar, Mrs. Clyde commonly used is a natural crops' ?
and their company spent the and Mrs. H. O. Dansby Bradford County Hospital: Sinclair'John Godwin, Mr. plant enzyme called papain. Many people have lalselv
day at Disney World. spent Sunday in Perry visitingMr. and Mrs. E.... Matthews, and r+ Papain is obtained from the reached this conclusion but in
and Mrs. J, B. Dansby. Mr. and Mrs. J.: T. Carver ,F.W. Strickland and daughter, j rr Papaya f Fruit It is generally reality this is not true The

Mr. and Mrs Jim Talley, and family spent the weekend Gloria. recognized as safe for use on only basic difference in
Jr. spent Sunday visiting their Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cooperof camping in Valdosta, Ga. foods which are subsequently natural organic fertilizer and
son and daughter-in-law Mr. Durham, N. C. spent the Tech. Sgt. Norman Rigdonand cooked PlpailIs readily chemical leitih/.eis is the rate\(
and Mrs Thomas Talley and weekend with his brother and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawsonof children;' Maurine and + destroyed by the heat at which the lertili/.ei

grandson( C'liris, in South sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ft. Walton Beach spent the Stevie, of Seymour Johnson required to cook meat. In the elements dissolve in the soil

Daytona I.. Cooper. weekend with his mother, AFB, North Carolina, spent unlikely, event that some of the and become more rapidly
Mrs. Ewell Lawson, and were the weekend with Mr. and "Ti'r 1I'\ tenderizer was not completely available but we have no
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bannon Mr and Mrs. John Bull and accompanied home by their Mrs. George.W. Brown. Mau- destroyed by heat, it would be evidence of a difference in tin

and son. Shane of Timothy Andrews of Ozark daughter, Cherie, who' had rine.and Stevie remained with destroyed by the gastric health of the crops The mi
Tallahassee Ala. spent last Thursday with spent a month with her grand for a the to remenibi-i 'is!
spent the their grandparents Shown above is LTC Daniel S. While Battalion Comma juices in body. portant point
weekend with his father and Mr and Mrs It. O. Dansby. mother.Mr. week's visit. mlrr, !Sad!!Support Battalion, giving orders to CPT Robert that whichever you use il 'i--
mother-in-law< Mr. and Mrs. 1..1'lIyhicb appoint him Commander of Co I) 5id: Spt tin What is the difference hecessary that all ol (tin,'
James Barron. Mrs. Annie Mae Ensor of and Mrs James Cash the, local I Guard unit. between percale and muslin? fertilizer elements nowssaito >
Jacksonville spent Thursdayto and family of Orlando were Price and thread count are the plant are supplied 1 in
Mrs. Charles Fink and Saturday with her mother, weekend guests of her Mr. and Mrs. Verl II. Best the main things. Fabrics witha adequate amounts. one III!

children of Green Cove Mrs. Bertha Pearce. parents, Sen. and Mrs. and children. Marty and Tina thread count of 128 to 140 are vantage( of organic fertih/oi
Springs were Monday guestsof Charley E. Johns. spent the last two weeks Capt. Robert Kelly Takes muslin; thread counts of 180 to is that they keep the soil Iron,
Buddy Grider of Fernan- vacationing in Tenn., Illinois,
Thread retain
her mother Mrs. Ella; 200 are percale. countis compacting and help
Moody dina Beach spent Sunday to Keith and Kathy Gillingham and Minn. the number of threads in moisture.
Wl'llnesdayIth his parents, returned to their home in Command Of Company D both directions in an inch of
Mr and Mrs K. H. GriderMr. Mrs. Verda Johns honoredher
Mrs Jose Alvarez and Tampa I last< weekend after a fabric. Muslin is heavier than
granddaughters two week's visit with their daughters Mrs. Harold Jackson he for and percale !feels coarser and is -------
Helena CPT. Robert L. Kelly applied
and Mrs. Haddock Alvarez and Mrs. Alma
I Hannah, and Harrietta! I laves, Guy grandparents, Mr. and Mrs assumed command of graduated from Florida Army woven with fewer threads per
and children of Green Cove Thompson of Law ley with a
of Miami last Guy Sale. National Guard Officer inch. Most people prefer
week
spent with Company D. (Maint) 53d Spt .
Springs spent the weekend combination birthday party Man to doctorreallypasoll.doc .loggll1
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ia! >'esMr Bn the local National Guard Candidate School in 20 June percale because it is a finer
with her grandmother, Mrs.E. Miss Jean Mundy of and hamburger fry lastThursday cloth and is less coarse than I caught
M. Davis. Tallahassee the week night. Those attending unit, on July 16, 1974. 1965.Upon my seel'elal'YI''rda' \ ) '
and spent at and muslin.
Mrs. Francis Beardof CPT James R. Reddish, the graduation ( .
the besides Mrs. 'koam r u II rr nu I. '
\\illmgt, N. C. were her home on Kingsley Lake. party former company commander, appointment as 2LT) he was
Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof Alvarez and Mrs. Thompson'sfamilies
weekend guests of his parents, Jacksonville weekend Weekend guests of Miss included: Rev. and was assigned to HUD 53d Spt assigned to Co A 146th SignalBn ...
were Sharon
Mr and Mrs. f F B. Beard. Mundy were Miss Bn. ::it. Petersburg, as Fla NG, Jacksonville
of his mother, Mrs J. Mrs. Vernon Johns of
guests Stofford of New Orleans, La.,
Assistance Brigade Maintenance Florida until 29 !Nov: 1967 at
II. Fields. and Miss Francis Cannon of Jacksonville Mrs. Daniel
which time he transferredto Norman
Mr and
Mrs.
James Carver of Lawley, l1issSandl'a Officer, the positionthat was
Starling allll..mily.. Kev and Kev.J.C. Brown reports the Tallahassee.Mr. Ebling of Kingsley CPT Kelly was in prior to Co D 53d Spt Bn. where he
1Irs.Lon\ Dobbs and his command served as Executive and Shop
family success of the Flea Market and Mrs. Wilbur Waters Lake Mr. and Mrs.\ Gregory assuming on
and Mrs. Inez 16th. Officer until April 1. 1972.
Kelly returned held in the fellowship hall of and daughter Deanna were Alvarez, Jimmy Alvarez, and July Construction
Saturday (from a !two week CPT Kelly enlisted in the He served as Assistant
the f First Christian Church Saturday of Mr. and the Blaine Thompson's three
vacation in Bryson! City, N. C. guests local Guard unit on 4 June 1962 Brigade Maintenance Officer
last Saturday, and notes that Mrs. LaHue Williams and sons of Latey.
until -
and after completing his from April 1. 1972 .
Mr and Mrs. J. G. CalduellleturnedThuisday plans are under way for I sons of Ormond Beach and Active Duty Training at Ft assuming Command of Co D \
and Laura f.tIIttl
be Misses Valerie _
another Flea Market to also visited Marco Polo Park.
from 53d Spt Bn, on July 16th. --
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a ten
held in the near future. Brown of Ormand Beach are \
day visit with their soninlawand CPT Kelly is the son of Mr \\v -- -
several with
Mr and Mrs. P. A. Parrishof spending days
J.R. Kelly, Tax Collector, & -
daughter, Mr. and Mrs ,
Joe Neal! : lieiche.and family in Mr. and !Mrs. Donald Cooper Atlanta, Ga. spent the their grandmother, Mrs. 1\1.F. .t0: w'a ; wife of Starke lie attended CeSeaeo .. .

:Norfolk': Va and family have moved to weekend with Mr and Mrs. Brown. i1rP Bradford High School, Starke. "
Clewiston where Mr. Cooperhas Merritt II. Williams. Florida and graduated from

Capt. and Mrs Jack Mc- accepted a position as Mrs. John D. Anderson of PRINTING.fioiQ Engineering school at the U:
Superintendent of Utilities for Seaman Vincent St. John of
Comb, Jr. and family of Callahan was a Monday guestof of Fla. in 1963 *
of Belle Glade. Remodeling
the
\\nghl Patterson AKB Ohio city Port Canaveral is spending Mrs. A.W. Anderson. "t1t"7' lie is associated with
three weeks with his
his parents Portney K & K Construction
are visiting parents Mr.and
Guests of !Mrs. Carrie Rilch Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. St. Fla.
Mrs Jack !F. McComb.for Local admittances to Inc in Gainesville Additions
several days before and week Mrs included Mary: Woolen John Hitch last John, and family. Bradford County Hospital this CPT Kelly stated that "'I 1
for time
moving to their new base week include: Mrs. Marion have known a long
and grandchildren of Valdosta Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton
that Starke has had an outstanding -
Bl.vlhcville" AFB, Ark. where Mrs Harry Darby of Lake and Mrs Alice Register, Sr., Haverty, Curtis Muse, National Guard unit Concrete Work
( .ipt. McC'umb: has been
Augustus Frame, Mrs.
.
assigned City11': and Mrs. Warren spent the weekend in Tampa O 1 and I am proud to be its new
lilanchard of Tampa and for with his brother-in-law and Mildred Griffis, Felix Commander I will work as
Sunday dinner, Mrs Thelma sister Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sullivan, Mrs. Rosa
,
hard I to that it
as can see
:Airs lleib Johnson and
son Tomlmson Mrs. Sue Powell,
Mendoza of Jacksonville.
\ Littleton, and family. of the superior 533-2871 782-3352
remains one
Tallahassee spending
nl are Miss LaCrecia Hogg, Mrs. or
several days with her Liz units in The Florida) National
parents Lucille Knowles, Paul Buran,
Mr and :Mrs H K C'hism :Mr an'rl1\lrs. J. W. Trasher Mrs. Olive Gregory of and Mrs. Lois Thigpen, I Guard. 41Pc'
Gainesville; the last
and daughter Traci Jo of spent Starke; Mrs. Cora Bates, \1 c
three weeks with her sister,
The StarKo 'Ivitans, their Winder, Ga. and Miss MarthaJo Lawtey; Richard Slade
Mrs.\ A.\V. Anderson.
g wiles. and l.imihcs enjoyed a Deas of Conjcrs Ga. will Hampton; Mrs. Alice Hen

cunning party and cookout.Saturday Iw Labor Day guests of Mr Mrs. 11. Buck andchildren derson and Mike Seversky, We'll Prim LEE DRAWDY will LISTEN !
Lyle
41'.1 at the! home of :Mr ;and Mrs 10V. Hayes. Andrea and Scott of Keystone Heights; Mrs. Mary
", and :Mrs 1'11llllpichols:': on Crissman Raiford; Mrs. With Pride
Palatka visited her mother,
s Kingslev Lake Doris Graham, Melrose; and
:Mrs ll.M. Richarde. Saturday
Misses Louise and Etta Mrs. Syble Powell, Lake small u= As your County Commissioner I will listen
:Mr and :Mis H W I Doiuille Fnpps returned Friday tf> Butler. Large or ,

f.. .of orangiI'iirk.. spent Sunday their home in Columbia, S. C. printing job c, to each citizen of our County
if Mrs Olin White, Jr., Mrs. every
1\\ '
al11111'10: Kenneth Eddie Schwab of
with :Mr alter ten da>'s visit with their 1

,.R (drider\ and (amity sister Mrs L G, Powell J.L Tucker Andrews and Mrs., J.E.Mrs]Hardy Neil Gainesville visited Mrs. A.W.his gets special atten I will seek to be responsive to your Individual {
grandmother,
n 1 spent Monday in Webster.Mr. Anderson, Sunday. Lion from us, assuring .'' needs In making Clay County a better

you quality :W- place to live and raise your family.
PROTECT THE FINISH and Mrs Glen Reddish

and children, Rebecca Ashley results. -
and Chris, of Pensacola are v 5 ', 01 l will serve ALL citizens of Clay County to
Wrecks -
ON YOUR CAR spending a week with his 3 Bradford the bet of my ability.
parents. Mr and Mrs. P.D. 1

$400 Reddish and family. Printers ...
BUG SCREENS ReportedIn Ire Clay County Commissioner

PLASTIC BUG GLIDER 14M Iloppe Mr and and family Mrs. James of Tampa C. 964-6305 ......... Distr. ,ct 2 Democrat

will be Friday visitors of their StarkeCharges (Paid Pol Adi)

BUSH'S aunts, Mrs 0.1. Beasley and
:Mrs J.W. Kincaid. of driving while

intoxicated, running a stop
TACKLE eAH 4'NPR\CED'' Mr and Mrs. A.L, Crosby sign, and leaving the scene of
and daughter, Ruth spent the an accident were made
ON EDWARDS ROAD OFF 301 AT weekend in Pompano Beach against three drivers involvedin
THt NORTH END OF BRADFORD SQUARE STARKE FLA with Mr. and Mrs N.R. Hardy accidents during the past
21 and family and Mr. and Mrs. week by the Starke Police
W.P. Banks. .. Department in which no
injuries occurred.On .
I II Wednesday, August 21, _
about 9:45: a.m. Calvin
Henley, 55. of Starke going iii-: Let's KeepJOHNNIE
north on US-301 was forced
GUY CAVERLY SERVICE :., into the parking lane by an
unknown vehicle according to BLAINE
eyewitness accounts. Henley's _
CONDITIONING 1967 Chevrolet Station Wagon se i
AIR
HEATING crashed into the side of the
1972 Chevrolet of Margaret j THOMPSONA

& REFRIGERATION w: Wright Thomas of Starke

which was parked on the east ?
side of 301. 23 feet north of ,. *
Weldon Street. Impact to the

SERVICE ON ALL MAKES $175 vehicles to-Ilenley's caused car damages and $150 of) h ,r +, School BoardDIST.

to the Thomas vehicle. Police r
MODELS
ALL Officer George A, 1 COUNTYATLARGEFAMILY

Tomasovitch charged Henley MAN BUSINESSMAN:
with driving while In'
toxicated.Lila VICE-CHAIRMAN SCHOOL BOARD

Anderson Henry of
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Starke while backing from the

driveway of her home( on West There's
No
Time for On-Tfie-Job Trainin .
(FORMER SERVICE MGR Lafayette Street in a 1972 Fordon
Thursday, August 22,
backed into the side of the 1963
AIR ENGINEERS OF STARKE & DON BROWN INC.) Ford of Joseph Richard Blaine Thompson Is a progressive and experienced young Businessman. Owner of Wishbone

Corbitt of Starke. who left the Chicken. He Is now serving on the School Board as Vice-Chairman. He is concerned aboutour

accident scene without schools, and Is doing all h. can to make them better at the lowest cost to the taxpayers -

stopping. .
Corbitt reported the accident -

BYCARRIER ment about to the 43 minutes Police Depart-after it Johnnie Blaine Thompson Has Attended All Meetings


daylight happened leaving and the he was scene chargedwith of an While Serving On Your School BoardIf

accident by Police Officer E.

D. Phillips. Damages to the you want
Henry's car was $200 and to
Corbitt's $300. HONESTY

On Friday, August 23
Wallace Randall Green 19 of INTEGRITY"Clect

SERVICELIKEACLOCKWith Palatka. driving a 1972
Chevrolet west on Jackson
Street ran a stop sign at the ; EXPERIENCETHOMPSON
Both Hands Walnut Street crossing and
crashed into the 1972 Ford of
Marion D. Gassett of Starke, Ite.P SCHOOL

who was going North on BOARD
( Walnut. Damages to the _. ]MEMBEIl
HeightsSTATE Gassett vehicle was estimatedat
473-3355 Keystone "'-
$1,500 and to Green's Chevy
$210; Police Officer Robert .. Your Vole and Support Will be Appreciated on Sept. 10th

Lee, who investigated trW

LICENSED .Kvident, charged Green wiUIiing (Paid Political Advertisement, by Johnnie Blaine Thompson)
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(From Page 1)) Zoning... .......................................,... .............. ... ,...........,,......... .-...................
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I Political Rally Set
City Sept. ...,........................... (From Page 1)

to residential homes in the property. Mrs. Rotundo is an their disagreement to the Bryan said at the meeting
Others speaking out for In the Architecture change in classification that no one opposed his
and Camp Blanding, where he area. instructor but that the
nl Camp Balndmg Zoning Director L. M. project nearby
had of SFJC.
Stokes Glover worked since 1956. He is a disapproval already pur- Department much in
residents
were
William that
board
very
Gaines told the
lots in the subdivision. of the
chased Future plans
manager of the local I Holiday member of the Florida Dees had removed the favor of It and that after com-
Inn. are involved in a :3 man National Guard for the past 18 I In addition to the speakers proposed development would off rezoning signs 3 days after pletion they could be served
present Don Magyarl have provided for a"livinf\
Madison Street Baptist
race years, and that Dees had without having to drive to
posting
to the1oardcontaimngthe
a petition the land" farming operation.The
'hastain, a 20- Church Volunteer City presented
Carlton 54 is member of names of Board unanimously disapproved withdrawn his petition to Starke, Hampton or Waldo.
and a captain Fireman and Director L. M.
veteran
vear the for reclassify the property after Zoning
the
and Rescue Starke Police Auxiliary. Epps 21 people denouncing application
with the Crash the opposition that Gaines reported that 40
.
noting
the Cecil (Field Naval has spent his past 18 years in project.When reclassification.The
of
including 19
Unit building permits
.. put to a vote by the of Merrill Dees had developed.For
administrative work which he petition
Air Station Fire Department.Kr :. r the record, however for mobile homes had been
land
Board reclassificationof tract of
"v,' believes will help him in Zoning for a 15 acre
for the Griffis to be the board unanimously disapproved issued through August 27
J duties on council. Epps is the property body located on Loop and that
married to the former Joan \ repair shop was unanimouslydenied. reclassified from OR to R1C to the application.The income totaling $314,000 for the period
long application
the placement of
have two permit
Silcox. They ,
children, Bobby, 9, and The petition of Mrs. Zella mobile homes on a 20,000 receiving the approval of the amounted to 1030.
also said that
Angela, 7. Grady and Mrs; Dore square foot area was openly zoning board was the petitionof Gaines a
t of a the meeting by a Ralph Bryan for a one acre mobile radio in use for one
Bill Glover, 48, first entry in Rotunda co-owners opposed at
> from OR week establish a communi-
of land known the of parcel to be changed
as number
the Group 3 race says he will parcel persons.
Y4 I seek a seat on the commission I "North Forty of Florida, Jack Griffis whose to BH to permit the construc- cations hook-up between his
I the tion of a retail grocery and office and the building inspector -
its classification located
efficient Inc., to change property is near
to provide a more
d5'i
_a, & The parcel is when in the field is
organization for the city and from RIA to EA exclusiveag Dees parcel presented a gasoline pumps.
: Carlton Chastain to help make the utility rates Tommy Williams ) to permit a farm petition bearing the signa- located at the northwest working satisfactorily and
Group of the US-301 and will effect a great savings in
Group: 3 more equitable for all users.Bill operation including the tures of 23 adjoining or nearby quadrant
raising of livestock in the area property owners indicating SR-18 intersection. mileage.
was on the Chamber board
Chastam, a Starke resident prior to being transferred to was board.unanimously The denied by .1
the property
for ::17) years is the son of !Mrs Brooksville and supervise the
did not atTuesday's
a Chastain of Lake building of a new owners appear
Jesse Holiday Inn
(
Bedford, a retired county there last year. Upon com- further support meeting to their to appli-give Good Counties Don't Just
commissioner, born and pletion of the Brooksville Inn
raised in Bradford County Glover was transferred backto cation. land
The 40 acre parcel of is
4 Chastain attended l Bradford Starke and resumed his
located in Section 25, just off
High School. He is married to Chamber post. lie has told his
of Highway 21 and west of I the Are PlannedELECT
l SillP| the former Ella Mae Sapp of employer he will not accept a road. Happen They

Croup I IA l lleilbronn Springs. They have transfer from Starke if electedto Speedville Board Member Art Kiefer,
tw o children. Sue and Tommy the city commission.
who lives in Keystone Heights
resident of West Lafayette and two grandchildren. -- '
1 referred to the proposed "
Street in Starke Chastain is Chastain owned a local M 4 "communal j\.jtI, r'
development as a
making his second try for the pulpwood business for 18 living development." Kiefer W 'I
city council lie ran third in years He is a member of the
1971 lor the Group 4 beat nowoccupied First Christian Church and +t said he opposes development any kind in the of
commune '
Commissioner Bradford No. 35.
by Lodge
That has "socialistic HODGES'YOUR
\ernon Silcox. Silcox polled Harold Epps, 39, has been a county.tendencies" he said.

7t'; \) voles in the 1971 race Starke resident for the past 20 Mrs. Grady said at the July
Knii-ht; Allen was second with years is now employed as
that a of
meeting group
and Chastam had -40.S: at Combined .
41:!) comptroller Glover students from Santa Fe Junior .,i, 1
\otes Support !Maintenance Shop at Group 3
College are constructing a
Glover is president-elect of home for Mrs. Rotunda on the : I

the Chamber of Commerce k. ,

and has served on the Board of Mill LevyRequired County Commissioner :ra I a .
"
Needlepoint Classes Governors for two years. He .{

s For
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DISTRICT 4 ,' r
"

Beginners 15.00 State Funds (' "

AndHe Will Help Our t
Advanced 25.00 Charles Schaeffer
ToldAlthough
Groups Lawtey

Includes SuppliesFor Group Schaefer,a National not needing the County Plan For The r
Guard mechanic at
Camp extra revenue, the City of **!
Blandmg, is challenged by
will be forced to levy
Information and Registration Lawtey
Tommy Williams retired civil three mills ad valorem tax in Future
service worker.Charles .
964-6300 964-5149 order to obtain some $30,000 in
Call J. Schaefer in-
funds,
State revenue sharing
cumbent Group 5 commissioner -
Gene
is completing his Pearson Mayor-Commissioner announced this week.
9lte first term. He gained the seatin The Lawtey council had LOCAL BUSINESSMAN TAXPAYER

) /L"O"d a 60 vote victory over Billy previously worked up its 1974- J
Nopgel in the 1972 city elec-
budget based on a 2.179-mill OWNER STARKE PAINT CENTER
tion."I'm levy which would be sufficient -
Harold Epps making no promisesbut
!blame' Rondo to meet financial needsof
'- Group I do want the people to the city, but has been ad- BORN IN BRADFORD COUNTY 44 YEARS OF AGE.

._ know what's going on at the three-mill
-------------------------------- --------------- vised of the
i city hall." Schaefer says. minimum requirement and GRADUATE BRADFORD IIIGH SCHOOL
i Tommy Williams 63, was a
must hold a public hearing on
i resident of Starke from the the matter Thursday. Sept. 5, FATHER OF 3 CHILDREN
MARRIED
i age of 3, left 20 years, and hall.
at 7:30: p.m. in the city
i moved back 1969. Williamsis
INFLATIONFIGHTER i a retried in civil service According to state law less 4.! ACTIVE MEMBER FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
municipalities levying
i
I and worked for
employee
i than three mills are not STARKE
i Navy Department for 23 eligible to receive their shareof
i years He was administrative the state cigarette tax MEMBER BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL
assistant when retired in
i revenue, state revenue BOARD AND AMERICAN
LEGIONE.
i Miami in 1958and moved backto
and
sharing funds, possibly
i Starke in 1469. Williams is
federal revenue sharing
i married to the former MaryV. receives
funds. Lawtey
i of
Williams Memphis, around $40,000 annually from
i Term., and has three

i i daughters. He is a member of these The three additional sources.821 mill W. Hodges is a Man of Proven Interestin
the Church.
Presbyterian
i increase to bring the levy up
This is Williams' first time
i Jn politics "but I can to three mills will bring in the Progress of Bradford
i $1,700 more
__ straighten them out, I bet- approximately
i for in its
the
than planned
city
i cha" stated Williams.Dadcoch. County. .
f proposed $55,000 budget.
i The council will hold its next
r 1 i regular meeting Tuesday And with Proven Ability to get the

i i night Sept. 3, instead of its

i (From Page 1) usual first Monday date, due Job Done.
i to the Labor Day holiday
i equipped to repair any makeof The law requires two public
i appliance. This will be hearings on the millage in-
(Political Advertisement Paid For E. W. ( )
by Hodges
located the set for
i on corner now crease, the first being
i occupied by A & A, which will September 5 and the second on
i move to a larger building just September 19.
i south of the 301 Drive-In
i theatre.

i i Wilson said the expanded

i Badcock's will double its

i present floor space for furniture -
i display, and plans also All Mobile Homes OnMustang's
i include artificial turf and
i ornamental plantings on the
i Call Street front of the Lot Will IncreaseIn

i building and landscaping the
i parking area at the rear.

i The entire downstairs of the Price Sept. 1,1974
EASY LIVING FOR YOUR FAMILYIN i i building will be remodelled,

i Wilson said, with the additionof


A MOBILE- HOME i School.office space and a lounge. Come In-Make A Deal Today



(From Page 1))

NO LOT RENTAL DUE seemed glad to be back, according -
i i to Principal Phil & Beat The Price IncreaseAll


FOR FIRST HALF OF YEAR i i Vellenga.Hampton Elementary didn't

i have any complications on Homes Will Increase 5%
i opening day. "Everything
i was very smooth," accordingto
SEE OLIN'S FOR DETAILS i Principal Tom Casey. If You Have
Casey stated his enrollment of
i 148 is lower than last year's
i enrollment because of the Been In The

Mobile Homes are going fast! i i Hampton Christian Academy."But p MobileHome

i we do expect more after

ACT NOW BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE i i Labor Day" he stated. I

i Lawtey Elementary had a =
i very fine opening and all Market

ALSO 3 Used Mobile Homes i mothers were served coffee _

AVAILABLE i by the PTA officers, according Nowls
i to Lawtey Principal
I Jim Duncan. "The com- The Time
BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW I I munity support has been

i excellent and we appreciate it To Buy

See Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoney very much." stated Duncan.

The 74-75 enrollment of 219! A Small Deposit Will Save You Money
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M. has decreased from last

year's total of 242 stated
i '
i i ii Duncan. "But we have two
ni iii'c MOBILE i i ii kindergarten units with a totalof Mustang=!

i i ii 43: youngsters registered,"
ULIIl O HOMES i i ii he added "compared to only Mobil Homva
i i ii one unit last year."
i i ii The Bradford-Union Area
i i ii Vo-Tech Center has Just under 1650 N. Temple Ave. Starke
100 Starke 964-5606 i i ii 964.7212i
Hwy. i i 400 enrolled and keep state
more every day
toot 1 Principal Billy Dampier.





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I Hammered By Opponents fOOf0URINA
HHamptonMayor THE SUNSHINE THE SPAN/SmAAIFRI STATE IN HISTORY

tAN' WM THE ARMY CAMP
IN TAMPA STRgTCNCD
HAMPTON An absent The mayor, not present at cumbent officeholder, Shirley the office without opposition Lonnie Thompson,68, is a 3- being challenged by Leslie Treasurer of the Bradford FROM V30 CITY TO
Mayor Arthur Bruno was the public rally called by Forsyth, did not seek reelection Her name will not appear on\ year Tesident of) Hampton, Jones and Evelyn M. Vaughn. County Senior Citizen'sCouncil ft POST TAMPA I
hammered by two opponents private citizen William to the post. The new the ballot. moving there from California Curtis 38, is the council's .
.ii an open forum Monday Summers, received criticismfor city clerk will be Alma Ruth incumbent where he was employed as an present chairman and has a
night in which five of 10 city heading the city toward Indebtedness Roark, 19, who qualified for city marshal!, has drawn- operational engineer and a perfect attendance record for -----
candidates discussed issues and causing opposition from R. If. Parker teacher of arts and crafts. his two-year term. Azaleas, rhododendrons,
.lIId i made 'if elected" friction with the marshall Rally... and Dennis (Buddy) Rqark. Charles Williamson, 37, has Leslie Jones, 53, says that zinnias, and poinsettias are
promises Charles Williamson a Two councilmen are,' to'"be been a resident of) Hamptonfor he wants to help make among the flowers and orna-
Voters will go to the polls candidate for mayor said he (From Page 2) elected from a slate 'of four 30 years. He is married Hampton a place that each mental plants that were first
Tuesday. Sept. 10, to elect! a intends to put power in the who have qualified. Ralph and has two children. A resident and visitor will be discovered abroad growingwild
Il1a 'or. a city marshall!, and hands of the council, if elected Although speeches were Trisler and Ted Curtis: Sr., graduate of BUS. He has been proud of.Evelyn. and are now prized and
KM) countilmen He added that city scheduled until 10( p.m., the are the incumbent council- employed at DuPont for 15 M. Vaughn, 61, has cultivated by American THOUSAND OF SOLD JERJ
Also to be decided is the progress should not be soughtat rally was over at 7:30: due to ment seeking re-election. years. Hehas formerly served been 'a resident of Hamptonfor gardeners. UVCRE IM TAMPA DV0INO
question of appointment or the expense of large debts. the failure of state candidatesto Curtis is the council's present the city as councilman.' five years and is vice- AUGUST |B9fl. P.."..St.
'l'Ction of the city marshall The job of chief of police appear. chairman. Challenging for the Fred Phillips, 40, seeking president of Hampton's Senior
\ oters" will decide if they want should be in the hand of the Harry Green, a member of two seats are Leslie Jones and re-election to the City Mar- Citizens Club and secretary-

to continue the election of a \oters Williamson said. the Democratic Executive Evelyn M. Vaughn.At shall post has had 240 hours of - - - -- - -
marshal! or make the Lonnie Thompson, a candi- Committee, served as masterof the close of the registration police training and has served --
(positIOn appointive by the date for mayor, favors more ceremonies. period on July 27 for the six years with the Fire Police
h\<-.member city council as industry in Hampton and The three remaining rallies city primary a total of 183 and two years with the
recommended by Mayor federal funding for a housing are: voters had qualified. Auxiliary Police in New York.
1 Bruno project for the poor A 10 p.m, August 30 Lawtey City Arthur Bruno, 49, seeking He was formerly employed at MEET' HERR
In the mayor's race incum- curfew should be enforced to Hall. re-election is a former Mayorof the Florida State Prison at and
I'nl Arthur Uilino's seat is keep children off the streets September 3 Hampton the city. He is the owner of Raiford.
being sought I by two challengers late at night, Thompson said. School. the Hampton General Store Challenging incumbent
Lonnie Thompson There wIll be no contest for September 6 Starke, BHS and Is a member of Bradford Phillips is R. H. Parker, 65,
,,aid rharlesillianison. the office of city clerk. The in- stadium City Development Com- who formerly served as THECHNDIDHTES
Speaking is scheduled to mission, the Chamber of Marshall and newcomer
.. eaaasa start at all rallies at 7 p,m. Commerce Board of Directorsand Dennis (Buddy) Roark, 25.
Lawtey Volunteer Firemen the Bradford Centennial Incumbents Ted Curtis, Sr. '74
Elect will serve a barbecued Board of Directors. and Ralph Trisler's seats are
chicken supper at Lawtey
Friday night, from 5 to 7:30:
p.m. AT THESE THREE

IAKK'IADKllSI

UC Rally. .
SUN-STROKE OR POLITICALARALLIES :
(From Page 1)
HEAT EXHAUSTION I
The rally will be held at the
Lakeside Con unity Center I
ill Lake Butler, with Hal Y.
Maines in charge of the I F Although both sunstroke and heat exhaust-
ion are caused by the same thinx overexpoaure:
and master of ceremonies
program. to. extreme heat they are very different andtelling
them apart could be
very Important.
A time allocation of five ,
minutes for each speaker has 1 SUN-STROKE akin la hot and very dry.
been scheduled with incumbent A doctor should be contacted at onct) A
office holders to speak cold water bath or sponging, an Ice pack :
BRADFORD last. There will be no rebut I .: recommended-

tals.The SEPT. 3 HAMPTON SCHOOL
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candidates for two MEAT EXHAUSTION skin .IB cold and
COUNTY COMMISSION commission seats and three ; clammy. Move person to shady place keep
on the school board are: head lower than the body and loosen SEPT. STARKE STADIUM :
District 2 Commissioner tight clothing while waiting for the doctor.
DISTRICT 2It's Robert J. (Bobby) Anderson I
incumbent Gerald Griffis and I P.M.
Ellcano Reeves. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US STARTING TIME7:00:
District 4 Commissioner -. when you need a delivery. We will deliver
Time For A
ChangeLets Archie L. Clemons and incumbent promptly without extra charge. A great many
COUNTY CANDIDATES SPEAK FIRST FOLLOWED BY STATE CANDIDATES
J. Felton Smith whois people rely on us for their health needs. We
also chairman of the welcome requests for delivery service and charge
Keep Bradford Countya present board. accounts. SPONSORED BY
District 1 School Board .
Good Place To Live Incumbent Thomas G. Mobleyand
Nathan Trowell. Phone 964.6757For t
BRADFORD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC
(Pd Pal Adv)
District 3 School Board Dependable Deliveries
Incumbent Donald G. Dukes, I
Carl R. (Bobby) Hawkins and KOCH'S DRUGS
REGULAR ELECTION Walter F Williams. .r EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
District 5 School Board 166 W. Call''*- Starke, Fla.

HAMPTON: BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Incumbent Ray Powell and - -
SEPTEMBER: 10, 1974 Pamela Bolls Thomas. ,&B3 R B'R'? ft SRf# 2'ft Sft? R 0R

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13in JUDICIAL OFFICERS .
HAMPTON: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 5"To

SEPTEMBER: 10,1974 SEPTEMBER 10, 1974 .


Make Mark: X opposite the name of the Candidate of BRADFORD COUNTY

your choice
PRECINCT NO


FUn MAYOR '
vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the
Tote For One Term One Year person for whom you desire to vote.JUDICIAL.

AHTHUK BRUNO::
Judge of the District Court of Appeal

LONNIE:::: THOMPSON: : U) Justice of the Supreme Court, First Appellate District

..CD: CHARLES WILLIAMSON D,) Group 2 Group 1
=- a [Vote for One] [Vote for One]


!E JOE BOYD JOHN PAUL HOWARD

FOR :MARSHAL : I RIVERS BUFORD, JR. B RUFUS O. JEFFERSON

enolt'
For a E. R. (DICK) MILLS. JR. inJustice

R. II. I'AKKEU:: DAVID U. TUMIN v


FKED PHILLIPS b WILSON W. WRIGHT l

Justice of the Supreme Court,
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DENNIS (BUDDY) ROARK in
Group 3 o

[Vote for One]


SHELBY HIGHSMITH

FOIl COUNCILMANVote BEN F, OVERTON -

!' For Two Term Two Years ,.. '. .,. ." .:...,. ,,.., ..I.. ,.., '. .'" .. ";


TED CURTIS SR. '"

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LESLIE JONES '
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of the Supreme Court,
RALPH E. TIUSLER
Group
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EVELYN VAUGHANFor [Vote for One] J: ".


ARTHUR J. ENGLAND JR. .'

Appointive Chief of Police . . . .0 SAM SPECTORI'u.tt'

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. ]. 3 Candidates Seeking: 5 County Board Posts styles Double have Standard changed: "I,"know says

.. columnist Beryl Plizer. "ButI

Thirteen candidates are off In District 5, incumbent Eddie; Allen of Hampton at the Johnson said'-" citizens and taxpayers COMMISSION 4 I still can't stand going out
the
,ni! running for five county Seeber D I Goodman, 52, will end ol his present term Knee association with, "and the my that are paying for it at a Hodges has served five Waters, another second with a man whose" hair looks
uthird' scats up for grabs in the seek .1 third) term, lacing three surgery, recently undergone young' years as a trustee of the time contender for the District nicer than mine.
leads hen taxes are as high as
people me to believe time v Journal'
Bradford 4 seat, lives on the Carl Johns LAdlot Homo
September; 10 primary; nine challengers: Maurice Edwards bv'Allen is given as his reason that the education have ever been. "We County Hospital,
system Is
they and also as a member of the (Road east of Hampton. A
providing competition lor Jr, William G lor being unable to conduct a conservative as
not meeting the needs of must be as
three school board seats, and Graudons, and LT I'arrish campaign this year. students in Bradford with our tax dollars," County Zoning Board since its former resident of Lake "Nearly everyone is in
lour m races for two county In (the county commission One of the two competitors If elected, I will County. possible Edwards inception. He was a memberof Butler, he graduated from favor of going to heaven,"
<:Commission posts races !Mark B. Adkins, 27 lor the post is E.W. Hodges, on guard for constantly to be Cruudons says.came to Starke the county's original land Union County High School in the pastor said last Sunday
Herman Johnson, 29! was a surprise entry for the 44, Mho lost to Allen by 31 best meet ways the educational improveand from Newport, N.Y. in 1957 toentt'r use planing committee. A 1957, and is employed by "But too many are hoping
I/a\\ey( qualified just before I District 2 seat, opposing in- votes in l 1J70.! The other is needs of all citizens business with his resident of Hampton Lake Hudson Pulp & Paper Co in they'll live long enough to
the deadline for the District I lumbent George W Roberts, Harold] E. Waters, 35, who Bradford of in Fred's Marine I lodges owns the Starke Paint Palatka. He is married to the see an easing of the entrance
school board seat t, milking it a .: resides on the Carl Johns well children.County, adults, as brother Now employed a Center on W Madison Street, former Alice Faye Newman of requirements."
4)A as Service and is also associated with Starke, and they have three
three-cornered! race with resident of llcilbronn Joadeast of Hampton and ran engineer at Bradford a M News
incumbent Blaine! Thompson Springs, Adkins is employedby behind Allen and (Hodges four SCHOOL DIST. 2 chief County Hospital, he was Gainesville paint sales firm, school-age children.
and challenger Arthur Southern Bell Telephone years ago.Although, Lawson, the incumbent is formerly maintenance m U
d.iskins Johnson is the first Co. in Gainesville i and is part! issues are dean of the School Board andis superintendent' for the school of Representatives
black to seek a county office owner of the A & K Feed Storein somewhat fuzzy, as usual in now completing his 24th for seven years lie House
It.A, Larson, 72->e.ir-old Starke Bradford County politics, all year in the office For many system has taught heating, air-
>chiM l board veteran of 24 Roberts is seeking his third candidates plan to make years he operated a meat conditioning and FRANK District 25
vears'service, is seeking a term mot f consecutive) on the vigorous door-to-door campaigns processing plant in Starke, refrigeration in the Vo-Tech
seventh term in his District 2post (ward where he has served as asking for "vote and and is still in the wholesale Center for l live years, and
\ He lutes competitionIrom chairman twice.In support." meat business. Although he that this
feels
experience
political /newcomer' Pat the District commission feels that he needs no introduction would be valuable in maintenance WILLIAMS
Spenji'er.' the only woman' iace two lormer candidatesare to the voters of and construction
< andidateiin! the ticket She is seeking the seat they tried "SCHOOL msr.i Bradford County, after more of the schools. "I
ii lormer tiMcher's aide at for tour years ago, which, *ill Thompson, the incumbent, than two decades in office, he don programs believe we are gettingfull
Hi.ullord :Middle School be \acatcd incumbent is completing his first term plans an active campaign, value for our school
and believes; "...that public since there are so many new Graudons
I' I business should be conductedin voters in the countyLawson's dollars says
Married\ to the former Jean Fights ForLower
and that is opponent) Mrs.
public, it my
N.Y
Smith, of Newport, theyhave
duty carefully consider both Spengler. is a 20-year resident children.
DC9uQ( ) two C
of the county, and a former
sides of all issues, then vote P.irnsh. a life long residentof
LJ1JCHAMPION lorhatl I feel to be in the best businesswoman, having SR-loo .
the county living on
the Starke Credit a
the school operated
interest of county eight miles west of Starke is a
system.. We need to set the Bureau for 14 years before farmer and
(
si-l-employed
VALUE-PACKED 1 paie for growth and improvement selling out in 1G7!) land-clearing operator. 0
in our county for In campaigning she pointsout with the
'diicerned
ADDING generations to come and I her active interest in youth la":-.itualion. he believes present that 0
where she served
believe that my experience programs, in the
Ins long training
will be useful in meeting this 11 years as a volunteer Girl
trades would assist
IVIACHINE challenge," Scout; leader, and has held I.11 Idm(4(
he school's building
him in (
A resident of SR-225, west of every office in the PTA "from
FRANK WILLIAMS' taxation and
and maintenance programs. legislative efforts to curtail ballooning give
TEN-KEY KEYBOARD MODEL president on down She was
is of
Lawtt.y Thompson owner chapter chairman for the ML favors night meetings of relief to the taxpayers of Clay. Bradford and St. Johns Counties [and other
the Starke Plaza Barber Shop
and also operates the Wish- March ol Dimes for 12 years, the !hoard he better in order informed that people about counties to boot] has won the admiration and support of the entire state
bono Fried Chicken franchiseon and also worked with" youth can
what is going on in the school
$9500r ll.S.' ::101.Gaskins groups in the First United system! THE TAXPAYERS LEAGUE OF BROWARD COUNTY for example. In June 1974
Methodist Church of Starke.
; also living on SR- She promises! that her interests \Iarried to the former awarded Williams a certificate "for his outstanding performance during the
2J.:;. west, lost to Thompson by
!f Lake Butler
Green
Kunice: )
be have 1974 Session tax relief for the
"will Legislative to
as they provide equitable property
the ) election A
::11'Ill's in I 1)70! I they' have t tl.:">e children at
poultry farmer he has servedas always been-the" children of tending Bradford Schools.COMMISSION Citizens of the State of Florida."
president of the Bradford our county
: : :; 2
Fair Association lor three "'('110m. nisr.5 Incumbent Roberts, LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL J. KENNETH BALLINGER of the Florida Realtors

years, still holding this office; Incumbent Goodman engaged! in the insurance and Association said "Williams was a member of a conservative group of small
of the BUS his second term,
was president: completing is
real) estate business in Starke.is who worked for reduction and for
county Representatives effectively tax
pre
ljuartoi b.ick Club in li>73, current chairman of the
t.J served on the Chamber of (hoard and running on his board;seeking which a third he term has served on the servation of the rights of private property owners."

r. l'0111 111('rce board of governors record "I will continue to chail'man.Adkins .
twice
as
and is a member of the work I t"r better cooperation
Roberts' opponent, FRANK WILLIAMS in an attempt to hold the line on ad valorem taxes was the
Bradford County Development between < !' "..j 1 and the
of amendment which would have written Into law stiff millage
Authority community. -I! closer believes the working man is sponsor an a
----.. Johnson resides at Law ley relations betwer: "ills and Ix'ing neglected by government rollback provision. The amendment passed the House but was later defeatedIn
mil is the son of Cephus teachers," he !Situ will while those! at the the Senate.
> Johnson: He served as school work continuous for! lint torn of t the economic

ti5r trustee an elective office, now adequate facilities I l t lor In .vi i' ,|programs' la'ol''dnth and those at special the top.in FRANK WILLIAMS is for holding the tax line in respect to all taxes. He is for
YtKO abolished. in l'ti! >7-it( !, and on education, in keeping with,
the hoard of directors of modern times, and will 1 11" )(I'ams. "Working lor the common-sense economy In government to help achieve this goal.
|I".MR I the )past t ten years hastnmmird
Ct I 1JB Economic; Agency always keep an open mind on "
ol that hen
,- llt! (;7-71. serving as vice the problems of education." ,(I me out (that this KE1P FRANK WILLIAMS WORKING FOR YOU !
president in 70-71, He is also a Goodman; operates a service d |iimtmu
e\t': >eneiHi' ,\ ill, help hun toscc
past president of the BradfordChapter :station on !North; Temple
:NAACP; ( :National; Avenue. t that I countjnveminent Vote for Frank Williams on Sept. lOt
caU Association lor the Advancement Edwards is a native of the Kits more 101' the MV dollar
(Pd Poi Adv.i
ol Colored People) county. living on Edwards
9646305Mr. holding thai t position from ]lUlttt!( Road west ol Starke. A sell- -----
to '72 He is presently a employed cattleman-

Pooser member of the Law ley dairy'man,he is married to the
Recreation! Board and the former Betty Long, of
Philadelphia Baptist Church. Brooker. and they have five YOUR VOTE
The Office Shop Ltiulev children lie proclaims interest
For several years I have in the best type of
Ices working w ith the youth," education that can be

provided for the county's
children, "keeping in mind e

ANOTHER LONG WEEKEND 1N74Campaigning

2 ArrestedIn


FOR FUN AND GAMES RobberyOf

Plain & Simple


GroceryThree



entering one of cases, one petty of of larceny breaking vandalismand were and Make It Your Voice This Year

z7r reported by the Starke Police
Department during the past
week.
The theft of 5 sheets of
r plywood and 3 of pegboardfrom
Food 'N Scat, now undergoing -
alterations at south
Walnut Street near the US-301

intersection, was reported to GREEN COVESPRINGS
SPD by Charles Watson, The
building materials valued at
$70 was removed from the
premises of the former Super
Test Oil Station by some
unknown driver of a pickup
truck,dark in color make and
model unknown, according to
Are the report of the theft.
You Sure You Have Vandals using a pellet gunor

an air rifle broke the rear

Everything Ready To Go? window chrome glass trim and of Robert damagedthe W Sept. 7 5:3O P.M

!Milner, Jr's car while it was' ,
parked in front of his home on

CHECK YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD HANDYWAYWE North Estimated Walnut damages Street to the

automobile was set at $123
The 19i>8 CMC: truck of Middle School Stadium
Disbrow Norman was broken
SPECIALIZE IN ALL THOSE THINGS THAT into while parked at the

ARE SO EASY TO FORGET Torena !Motel on US30north.\ West St. & Bonivonfure
Thieves broke out the left vent
window of the vehicle to
remove two packages of Off Hv/y 16

BUT cigarettes.The .
Vo-Tech building
WE ARE located on North Orange
OPEN EARLY
AND LATE Street was broken into by
prying a door off the west side
JUST IN CASE YOU DO of the building. After entering
the desks and file cabinets
were gone through and tools

SO BE CAREFUL-WE CAN'T box.hangers removed The and from theft placed their attempt pegboard in a was tool Fish Fry -

aborted however when the


AFFORD TO LOSE A CUSTOMERHandqUJaii scene culprits Nothing by was were unknown reported scared from missing parties.the Sponsored By Green Cove Springs

in the theft attempt.
Two 17 year old males were
turned over to juvenile

o\\e authorities after being caught ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONAll
heets during a break-in at Starling's
\ Grocery on East Brownlee
\\eat'OU'( Street They were taken into
custody by police officer M.L.
Sibley upon being alerted by Proceeds go to this fine Organization
Officer Willie J. Searcy who
heard a noise in the store
OPEN ?:OO A.M. while on patrol and then noted
FOOD STORES TO that a lock to a side door had
1I:00
P.M. been broken. The juveniles

EVERY DAY were in the process of stealing Pd.forb y Clay Co. Democratic CommitteeP
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HAMPTON


AREA NEWSby 'SAVE WI ry

Josephine Fontaine SWIFT'S PREMIUM

POLITICAL MEETINGA : CANNED
meeting was called by -
William Summers and was
held Monday night in the city LLL
hall to give the candidates an
opportunity to express their
views as to the office they are
seeking Candidates par- ,
ticipating were Mr. Thompsonand
Mr. Williamson, both
running for mayor; !Mr
Trisler and Mr Curtis,
seeking re-election to the 99 LLHb
council; and !Mr Phillips,
running for re-election as city
marshal! All of the talks wet e
promises promises ,
promises Mrs Allen served ______1 tiF
as moderator -- .
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September The City 3 Council at 8 p.m will, due meet to : ...GREEN,. '. STAhAPS. LB. ALL STORES PRICES GOOD THURS. AUG. 29

the 10 coming election on Sept : SWlfl'S ONE LIB.PREMIUM CAN \: Sliced CLOSED THRU WED. SEPT. 4Conned

: ..,,/ Ham ; 4 CAN
CIICKCIIMWS: : SEPT, / : $ 29 IARORGooD'THRU DAY Quantity Rights
The Women's Council of .....'. 4 Reserved
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No, 6' """'.'': ____.- WHOLE rOCK UP
Hampton Christian Church : .. NOW WINN-DIXIE! STORES INC.
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--- COPYRIGHT 1974
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will meet Sept 4 at the homeof .------
:Mrs (Frances Wadsworth,
at 7 30 p.m
:Miss :Norma Sweeney was
guest speaker for the Junior SWEET

Church Sunday of Hampton She also Baptistlast gave a SLICEo. CONUSDAiuRK S.ANDpoiif' i1ops
brief talk and thanked the
hunch for the love offerings
Dl)l $430 she received from the

church On Tuesday during morning the past,year Aug RED!-BASTED
27 t')74\) the First Christian

'School opened) its in doors Bradford in the County City of J 10-LBS. & UP a J
59i 9 8
Hampton Rev Hamil, pastor 89''
l the church said "The l-LB. l
Christian School is not an arm PKG. : LB. LB.
of m| the action church, providIng; it is the guidance church ; -

Inc our young people six days
i week.. rather than just one USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES' ) W-D KRAFTMAYONNAISE

--lav FItIENIS&I EIlIImItS( $ GROUND BEEF I FR iKS
:Mr and :Mrs Kenneth
sellers are the proud parents
Limit 1 with $7.50 morn purchai excluding cig.
oIt| a son lie arrived (Friday or
lug\ : :23!:), at :JlO:: a m Theyha SAVE
1 l'nanll'd him Kenneth Lee $ 99 SAVE
II :Mr and :Mrs Gu> Starling 10c
,inhe( proud giandparents L 21C
Mp
Fire ('11101 andIrs: Smith SAVI $1.20 5 BEEF 69 y0 n
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attending
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i rl'tul'lwd, w ith them to spend a 1 JAR
\1 da\s beore! reporting toI
I DI-I Polk.. La tor lurthur
!it!raining
:Mrs T J Alderman is home FRESH BOSTON BUTT SAVE! 31c W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE! BEEP PORTERHOUSE OR SAVE! 41c WD BRAND USDA' CHOICE! BEEP NEW YORK SAVE" 33e DEL! MONTE! EARLY!"
!from the hospital Pork Roast LB.88C T-Bone Steak $198 Steak $198 Garden Peas 4 as $1
:Mi and :MrsVilfrid . LB Strip LI
l-onlaine have returned Irom SAVE lOc W-D BRAND COOKED SAVE 21c W.D BRAND USDA' CHOICE! BEEP TOP ROUND ORSirloin SAVE lOc W D BRAND" USDA' CHOICE! BEEF BONELESS SAVE" 17. THRIFTY MAID VIENNA.

,\isited i vacation with up both north their They sons Sliced Ham . 12 PKG-01,, $159] Steak LB $198 Stew Meat . LB. $139 Sausage . 4 CANS" $100
,and grandchildren also with
SUPERBRAND SAVE. 8lc WD BRAND. USDA' CHOICE BEEF ROUND OR SIRLOIN SAVE" 17c HUDSON VIVID COLOR THRIFTY MAID

Husband Mrs Fontaine's and nephew sister and and her C ream Cheese 2 P8KGS, 89 Tip Steak . LI. $188 Napkins . 3VS2- $100! Potted Meat .6 CANS 3-0&" $1
nieces It's nice to visit. but
i real good lo back home SUPERBRAND SAVE 31e WD BRAND USDA' CHOICE! BEEP SAVE lOc THRIFTY MAID. SAVE" 18e CRACKIN'. GOOD

,ind Tom children and Diania get spent :NesSmith the week Sour Cream "i'l%:' 59C Chuck Roast LB.98C Pork & Beans. 51 Sa $100 Vanilla Wafers 2 ss, 88cPALMETTO

,'ndth/ Tom's parents :Mr PALMETTO FARMPimento" SAVE! 3lc WD BRAND USDA' CHOICE! BEEP SAVE" I7c THRIFTY MAID.
and :Mrs J,K, :Nc-sSmith. on Cheese 6"
99C Chuck Steak $108 Mustard JAR19C:
4 $1
ll.uiiplon. Lake Applesauce CANS . .
Trina Revels) of Green Cove
springs is visiting( with her
-.ister, Rhonda, and :Mark
Urown THE ENERGY DRINK" HEINZ MOR10NGATORADE
,Jl'SSICUilkkp(: and HowieU (
illiams ot Goshen Ohio 6
-pent live weeks with their KETCHUPSAVE PIESSAVE
--landparents.: and :Mrs
i iC'orge \Williams :Mr and

\Misilliams\\. returned and them llowellillianis home SAVE ; :
1.1l'l'k' and while up there $ E. $ $
woni on lo Canada sight- 33e 18c 38e
-i-eing returning by vvaof 2 I Mtipf 2 COCONUT
Minnesota and Wisconsin 6' ,r i CHOCOIATI
llun also visited relatives in !u LIMON

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!J\> MOII.i M.ii'Hunt 3 POTATOES(20LB. TWIN POPS
It s bi-mnning to be (Football j' 1 P
MMSOII and lust t can't wait I lor
''lu' !'irst I football name The ( BAG $1.17))

ix MOM st.tike\. it Fi in'ida\the Tornadoes Annum night Sept will Jamboree(Ii i com, at B lAr

.ainesville p;in in (Citi/en against t GHS Field; and ol 2oQQrB1AB0 lOc ARROW I 0 5 9i' 2 $1

I'.ast'side, both nl Gainesville PLATES La. 12-PK.

Out\ \regular ..lml'SI ill WVT ISO-CT. 99c BAG PKGS.
tirum Sept\ ;jo! against 1 Ocala vlo. (
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I lie' game is Imayt. t should
have a( 1.I1l1)) C'imvd
\\Imt l'\'I'\\One\ looks lorwaid DOUGLAS _
SAVE 20c DEEP SOUTH CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS! SAVE" Me BYRON'S BAR' B QUE
I to I us Tornado Vihirl and S2 "", 12'I '
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I1 o m c I' o in ing Well I I Whole Chicken SAN 99C Peanut Butter JAR 99C White Grapes LB.39c Sandwich . PKG. 99C

Homecoming. is only two MONOGRAM SAVE 30c THRIFTY MAID THROWN (10-&. JAR" Age) U,S, No I RIPE. JUICY LillY LIMEADE. OR REGULAR OR PINK


./.luiiiorarsity's lirst !game SOUTHERN BISCUIT SAVE 4tc THRIFTY MAID TYSON CHICKEN! SALISBURY OR TURKEY

I I i-I.i ivr Sept Oak l HI l against and they Live will/ I Oak needill in Flour . 5 BAG LB 68C Salad Olives 3 JRs: $1 Nectarines LB. 39* Dinners . 2 ;U 1105.880ARROW

ol vour support! also: SAVE! I7c DIXIE DARLING POLY SAO. FRENCH FRY (CRINKLE! CUT)
$$$$$$ Aluminum Foil 3 :Ro LTS 88C Bread $100
:Ms l DeinseS, :McCulloch.an Family 3 LOAVES Tomatoes . IB. 39C Potatoes ,. 2 >-i $100 1
ut I teacher at BUS. has just SAVE lOc DEEP SOUTH FRESH WHOLE! SAVE 17c DIXIE DARLING HAMBURG BUNS OR .ASTOR GREEN GIANT. NIBLETS..ON-THE-COB

,.MXkshop ompleted at a one-week the Art Institute teacher Kosher Dills 2 02 JARS o.. $1 Hot Dog Rolls 3 A&; 88C Orange Juice 6 CANS 99C Corn . 2 was. $1EXTRA ] 00

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commercial irec workshop art In The line group and wim J'Ji(.,-GREEN.... cowraM STAMPS..*.........11 I _.d7....(-GREEN..n-STAMPS--...a I I -d71 awrw GREEN-STAMPS W faa.r a I I JfA as S -GREEN saw STAMPS.e-a I dti--GREEN-STAMPS r.n.lr- ;
received! instructions in watercolor 10-01 JAR" EIGHT 12-01. CANS. 1 ,-... BAGCRACKIN'. THREE 3... PKOS. /1
air Mush' lashion MAXWELL HOUSE! CHEK TWO ROLLS JUMBO i GOOD : LAND Of FROST SLICED j
illustration\ portraiture and Instant Coffee Soft Drinks Scot Towels Potato Chips ::1 Chipped Meats 1;
photographs, IF GOOD THRU SEPT. 4 :+ : GOOD THRU SEPT. 4 GOOD THRU SEPT.! 4 i A GOOD THRU SEPT. 0000
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\\t'tini'dng lull sometime have our toddY lirst class The I I EXTRA : liii EXTRA 1 EXTRA EXTRA EX.TR4.

Hireling" concerns Off Campus .J'Ji...( GREEN. STAMPS ,] Jfti.... GREEN.... STAMPS I I a7( GREEN. STAMPS, I I 8Jt. GREEN STAMPS I dh GREEN STAMPS ;
as- -w flaw/ a -M fauwl a -- m w.f a WOM. -I..fa rrw.r f..a.a- -wwa 11.w r.o.a r
pi 1.1 i'\ doges( be sure to be there L .
ONI 4-LB. OR MORE USDA. 3J.: .x. 'KO, 1N" CAN SIX A+.. CANS S
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get your privilege form!! ,' ONE HORMEl CURE! SI CHOICE BEEF SALUTOParty MINUTI MAID MINUTI/ MAID
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i r1 r "i 'tI Earliest Scrimmage Ever Held ;



I Bradford High Tornadoesheld terback and defensive safety. Matt Hull, 511, 172-, senior- experience and a fine defen- I
their first scrimmage of Hurse said he could see actionas letterman with good ex- sive safety. lie is very Reserved Season'
4 the year last Friday night running back and quarterback perience having started six aggressive and will be on the
which will help point out and coaches are taking a games last year. He has strong side of the defense.DavidMcMillian,6'2172. Tickets On Sale
strengths and weaknesses of close look at him for a defen- shown good improvement in is
the team, according to Head sive safety slot.DefensIve the spring and should give a free safety with great range. Football reserve sale season at
Coach David Hurse. tackles Chuck service in of best hitters tickets are now on
good especially He is one the on
Hurse said the team first Cox and !Mark Ilildreth have blocking. He runs the 40 in 4.7. the team, a letterman with a Bradford High School for $12
ir practice in pads Thursday. He shown good improvement but Emmett Bright, 5'6.135, is great attitude. in the office of Lois Bennett
that the number of have still more to learn before with set of Fans may reserve the same
explained a split'end a good Randy Williams is 5'9. 145,
driG experienced members on this the first game. Hurse predictsthat hands. He is up from JV. P.J. out for the first time this year. seats as last year by calling
year's squad allowed the the positions will be solid Jenkins, 5'11 155 is showing He has good hands and could Mrs. Bennett at 964-6640.
tarrr earliest scrimmage ever held. by the first game Sept. 20 good potential also in the develop. Ticket prices will remain
"There's no need to poke Incidentally, ticket prices splint end position. Mike Howell, 5'11 140, is the same price as last year
along when most of these will remain the same as last Robert Brown, 5'10 155, out for the first time and with adult admission $:a
players are experienced and year despite increased costs played JV two years ago and further evaluation will be Students may purchase I
0pr Af know assignments." and having to pay for bus use. had a good spring practice. lie necessary after more practicetime tickets in advance for$1 at (lie
Hurse said that the Passing looked good at the has good quickness and couldsee passes. school but all tickets at the
execution of the offensive scrimmage last Friday, Hurse action at defensive safety. Mike Odom, 5'8 160, is a gate will be $2.
backfield looked good duringthe said. Improvement was Johnny Covington, 6'1 160, junior out for( offensive guard
first scrimmage. He added needed in this area and is a senior defensive safety during spring practice. Odom First Game Sept. 20
that the offensive line has summer work has helped in who could see considerable has a fine attitude.,
f some problems that need to be execution of pass plays. action this year.
ironed out. the potential is Another scrimmage is Jerome Reddish, 6'1 -150, is I I
there and line coach Bill scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. a junior with good potentialfor (I'LL
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; Hughes is doing a fine job. and interested fans who wishto safety of split-end spots. ; LGQ l LC'LULJLLCL
Hurse said that if anybody can get an early look at the James Aldredge is a 5'11 -

........ get the potential out of the team are welcome, Hurse 155 pound letterman with good GROUP THREE
players, Hughes can. He is a said. The scrimmage this \.O
." V >XHiirse former center from FSU Friday evening will be filed so Labor Day GolfTournulnent NPRO
'oaching at BHS for the first that coaches and players can
details instructions to offensive footballers time this year.Offensive get a better idea of where SetAn EPPSI ri M
guards David strengths and weaknesses lie. '
Harper and Allen Norton are The first competition for the 18-hole open golf tournament Y",
doing good work at the offensive squad will come at the Jamboree is set Labor Day EARNESTLY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE ANDpr
Union Grid Chances guard positions, Hughes set for Sept. 6 when BHS Monday( Sept. 2)) for local SUPPORT ON SEPTEMBER 10I
pointed out. will face Gainesville High and linksmen at the Starke Golf
Most improved football East Side High. Times and and Country Club.A feel I that my 18 years administrative work .*
player this week is Chuck Cox prices will be announced next two-man best ball tour- well qualify me to serve as a member of your,
Look Good On who is looking toward a week in The Telegraph. nament is planned. City Council and I will do my best to merit your vote
Paper starting position at offensive Players not included in lastweek's Pro Herb Herres urges all and support.

tackle. Cox, 6-2 and 200, cameto preseason preview are entrants to register for play (Paid Pol. Adv ) Thank You.
I.AKK: Ml TIER "We've the Big Bed with experiencefrom listed as follows: by Sunday Sc-pt. 1.
if the ball club jells early in players moved in during the
gOld chance to do something Jackson, Mississippi.
the season, says Union High summer, the coach said. Coaches are keeping an eye
Football Coach Jack Jones of Sixteen lettermen did
the
on two other newcomers to
the 39: gridders currently report, however so Union squad this year. Hurse said
undergoing preseason condi County grid fans will be seeing that Scott Pooser did a fine job
tion ing. familiar faces.
at nose man on defense. Notice
The Tiger season opens Counted on heavily this Pooser came from Miami.
September 20 at home against season will be the lincbucking Richard Lashley 6' 178,
Hawthorne But prior to that, corps headed by Andy arrived Monday from Balti
on Sept. 13 at Cross City, the Howard, Freeman White. and more, Maryland with experience -
Tigers will get a taste of how Billy Cain.
at running back, quar- '
--==.- a they might fare in the 1974 The Tiger defensive secondary -
season. In what Coach Jones is intact with"not one new I'
Ask. considers an important test face there, which makes it LElThEa!: ( ,
the Tigers will play in a preseason good," according to Coach : f Tax IncreaseTHE
Charley jamboree with Cross Jones. Reporting were lettermen 1 Life;; ltiLtt'LL.by: 1
City Chief land, and Williston. Jimmy Mobley, Buddy :
I ,.. ''I I feel one of us will have a Perry, Glen Kemp, and Victor Zi'1
E. lot to do with winning the Jefferson, who played some
Snwannee Conference," says last season. Billy Cain was a
Johns Coach Jones. Williston was cornerback> last season but Neil'CrawfordEven
the conference champion last has been moved to linebacker.
season beating Lake Butler in In the offensive line Coach though summer is still
SCHOOL
BOARD OF BRADFORD
About This Question: the next to last ball j game.( Jones will have returning and around, you can feel a touch of COUNTY PROPOSES TO
is counting heavily on two autumn in the air.
About This Question: Players reported "for the veteran guards, Andy Hauler- This hot weather has been a
start of practice August 20 "in son and Jerry Dukes, and big factor in forcing those
"A Milwaukee banker and pretty good condition," Coach center Richard Walmsley, all hawgs to deep water. As theweathercool's INCREASE YOUR PROPERTY TAXES. THE FINAL PUBLIC i
Jones starters last Leancar
says. t He points out mostof season. off those hags
political leader was sued his players are farm boys Clyatt will be at right tackle, will prowl Ihi shoreline until
for $200,000) in a libel "so we're pretty well used to where he started about half cold weather drives him backto
action. The jury awarded the outdoors." The Tigers also the time last season. At left the deep water. HEARING WILL BE HELD SEPTEMBER 5 1974 AT 7 P.M. IN
$275,000. Does this pointup carried on a "good" off- tackle and new will be Randall This Fall and next Spring ,
season weight Bevins or Wayne Box. should
program, the produce some fine
the need for excess or coach reports In the backfield, the Tigers Bass fishing, as the lakes are
umbrella liability insurance will lean heavily on fullback up more than this past spring
for business and The :38 players who reported Lorenzo Griffin, a starter last and early summer. THE COUNTY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING 582
professional people?" Aug. 20 worked out in shorts season, and Curtis Sirmones, My prediction is that the ,
until last Thursday then speedy letterman running Bassmasters will enjoy a good
donned pads for two workoutsper back with good moves A new year during the 74-75 season.
Charley E. day until school opens addition in the backfield will Our club has Bassmasters NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE FLORIDA.
Sept. 3. One other player, be Tony Paytee, and a young worthy and capable of landinga ,
JOHNS AGENCY whose family was on vacation running back with speed to new world record
when drills opened was ex- burn in junior Luke Smith. largemouth bass.
131 SO WALNUT ST pected to report. Three Smith can outrun even Sir- The present record is 22 Ibs.
PHONE 964-5O7O players expected to report did mones on a straight 40-yard and 4 oz held by the late
not, the coach said. No new dash, but doesn't have Sirmones' George Perry of ,Brunswick,
moves Georgia. Mr. Perry caught the
Tiger ends will be new too, hawg on a 24ol-w Creek Chub
as well as the tackles. Fresh wiggle Fishlure while fishingon
ELECT man Boise Perry will be at Lake Montgomery in
tight end and Alfred Holmes
Georgia. 1973 Millage Levied by the School Board for:
will be at split end. This record has stood for
The new Tiger quarterback, approximately 42 years.
replacing starter Abe Perry Records are made to be Operating Purposes 10. mills
who graduated, is expected to broken. I'm sure a new record
1y be Joe !Maxwell, a starting will be caught.
split end last season and who If any Bass fisherman Debt Service .6 mills
can throw the ball a country would like to become a
mile. Maxwell was backup member of the Bradford
1 signal caller last season and Bassmasters, the club has a
saw some action at quarterback meeting each third Tuesday at
% 7:30: p.m. in the Old Armory
1' ya !Making a strong bid for the across from Bradford High
starting quarterback job is School.
Danny Hazen, up from the Millage proposed for 1974 for:
junior varsity. Hazen has progressed U you like good, clean
competition in Bass fishing
Coach
Jones
I says The ideal thing, the come join us. I understand the Operating Purposes 6.3373 mills
coach says, would be for bream are biting in Sampson
llazen to beat out Maxwell\ Lake, also specs have been Debt Service .337 mills
strongly, then !Maxwell could biting in Noonan's Lake near
go back to split end where Gainesville.
experience is badly needed.
"We're gonna have a GoodFishin'
x chance. When you look at the Neil Crawford
season now on paper, it looks
good, but..." the Tiger coach
% leaves it Flag FootballFlag TOTAL MILLAGE REDUCTION 3.9257 mills
.1 ,

Football registrationfor
1 "ldV Small Fry and Bantam I III

Leagues ages 7-12, is set for

I I I 1 ilv (I( Tues.Street Sept.Recreation 3, at Center.the Pratt

Also registration for Punt,
Pass and Kick is set for

FRED SAPP Tuesday.




City CommissionerGROUP 1 HONESTY & BILL




Fair and Equal GovernmentIn

A Fair and Equal Manner INTEGRITY HESTERmiligf



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Starling's Grocery Victim of The Times FORESTRY !


IN BRADFORD COUNTY


And Owner's Weariness After 29 Years

-- Terry Reedy
Farm Forester
Starke's nearest thing to an Born in northern Baker on the same site as the present tI
old-time "country store," and County, "almost in the edge of Starling's Grocery.
one of the few independent; the Okeefenokee Swamp,"
groceries left in the city sold Starling came to Bradford Since that time, 29 years
out to the bare walls last county with his mother and ago, Starling says he has Throughout( our area many
Friday and Saturday, with worked a six-day week and the new homes and business
eager buyers snapping up store hasn't been closed more establishments are springing I
bargains in the final halfpricesale. than half a day at a time, and : 9,
then only in case of illness or a up.This : ,
funeral. "I haven't taken but rapid growth is expected __
Long-time owner, and, in its one 40-hour week vacation in to continue for the next
final months, the sole my life," Starling saidand few years here as well as in
manager-clerk-buyer and most of Florida. Consider the Welcomed
Governor
that was during his shipyard hI Rotary
bag-boy Vollie Starling, employment "And I've never possibilities of constructing
breathed a sigh of relief as the been more than 500 miles these buildings in order that
last customer left the rambling away from the spot here was I 1I they may coincide with the Rotary District Governor Kandall I*. Roberts of Valparaiso
frame building Saturday born." Trips to North Georgia trees and shrubs already (right) is pictured with Mai'ke club president. W. Unix)
Plagued by his inability stepfather, W.L. Johnson, and South Florida are about existing on the property. during the governor's official visit to the local club Wed
to keep dependable help and when less than a year old and the extent of his travels, he For nesday. Aug. 21. During his visit here the District Governorheld
with nerves on edge by three has lived here ever since, said. generations, man has a Club Assembly with off Icers and committee chairman,
robberies in the past few except for a 3M>-year stint at removed only those trees and commended the Starke club on its community projects
weeks, Starling said he was the Jacksonville shipyards Longtime customers waxed for necessary his to open up the land Including sponsorship of the !Boy Scout Troop and Interact
ready to call it quits after during World War II He nostalgic as merchandise, I-- These home or business. Club, and its annual Ktiral-Obaii Day program
more than 29 years of doing( worked on the farm until 20( from washboards to patent M trees were often used to
business at the same old years of age, and learned medicines, disappeared from ..4 4"' construct that very building.
stand. something about the grocery the shelves. "I hate to see this The trees that were not in the

trade while employed at the man go out of business," said ti .L way fields of building remove( HOME NOTES
"Some others may have old Arch Green Store on North( veteran customer Titus Olson, '' Those were seldom ," _.
been in business longer, but I Walnut Street. After that he standing behind an c.4 folks weren'tnecessarily *
believe I hold the record for was employed for more than meat showcase. "I've traded : that concerned FROM YOUR EXTENSION

continuous management in ten years by the State Road with hime ever since he ______________ just about did the not environment want do- they /. &bL. ECONOMICS HOMEtj'
to
Starke without a break," Department before buying out opened, and always got any
Starling said the William (Bill) Sapp Store courteous treatment and a hand unnecessary labor. back breaking I
'j-
B'lBY ctt..J
,_ KATHY BROWN '
Afair Then came the invention of
heavy equipment. Most
construction personnel threads, leave ends (begin-
Home sewing is booming,
became sold on the idea that for a number of reasons ning and ending) long enoughto
the first step in building was to thread needle and work
etriTOKiAlsDon't flatten the land, removing all One big reason is money them to inside Use heavy
deal. They're gonna keepon bought the last bottle of Hoyt's vegetation. The reason being, we are all trying to stretchour tissue paper under garment
till all the little independents cologne on the shelf,a bottle of "It makes the job easier" thin budgets. We also sew while top stitching to keep
a are squeezed out Swamp Root tonic, and a plugof That philosophy still prevails for practical reasons fabric Irom puckering or
of business and we'll be at the George Washington today with many building economy and fit. Another shifting.
mercy of the glassy-eyed tobacco Also as a keepsake, contractors throughout the reason for many of us is the
corporations," said Olson, we came away with another United States Some con- poor workmanship in ready- There! is a new approach to
Now who is Starke's nearest approach prize trophy, the old hand- tractors have come to realize, to-wear garments. You may the sleeve gathered onto a
Cop-out to philosopher Eric made stool that stood on the however( that the job can be also sew as a creative outlet cuff.doesn have a sleeve
Ilofer Others expressed the walk by the store's front door- done while saving a few treesor the sheer pleasure it gives to opening Cut culf4 inches
same feelingaand were the only concession to shrubs. say "I made it myself." longer than wrist
telling Mr Starling how they customer comfort in the measurements. Join ends
Most people are now
Apathy or disillusionment? man-in.the-street for becoming cynical felt in a kind of impromptu establishment, and with rungs how valuable property awareof is Whatever, the reasons, if Join to lower edge of sleeve
after the beating he has taken from testimonial farewell. almost worn through by the which contains a few mature you sew, you are probably Now: fold it to( fit wrist for
those in whom he placed confidence and rubbing of many feet while trees in the landscape. The always looking for time, ming a pleat. Maik On out.
Whatever the cause, candidates, trust? As for the store itself -- taking a rest over the past average homeowner wants energy, and frustration- side make thread loops at
almost to a man, are reporting a chilling where can you go to find such three decades. some greenery and will gladly saving tips. This weeks crease of pleat. Sew tiny
indifference on the part of voters to another Bill Reddish'sIleilbronn And now( Mr. Starling pay more to obtain a naturalair column contains a number of buttons( where crease of pleat
issues and personalities involved in the Perhaps this attitude partly accounted Springs emporium, deserves his long-delayed rest conditioner in the summer these. meets
for the slim turnout at Bradford with the same aroma of salt at his home on Kingsley Lake. and the insulation in the
forthcoming September primaries. County's first political rally held at meat, plug tobacco, overripe He has no hobbies, for he winter that a healthy, mature SE\\'I\; ;( III\'I'S; ; l'nT nt-\ln\\I.: Tn's
bananas, and Three Thistles "It's impossible to keep
never had time to cultivate Cut fabric scraps with my
tree Not does
Others are expressing belief that the Brooker Tuesday night. But voters must snuff, closed a year or so ago( (them, and he isn't at all sure big yard provides.tree add only to a pinking shears.. Use for rib- children from getting grass
realize that indifference to the candidates did the a yard'saesthetics stains their clothes I'
voter silence is ominous, and might as George Rivers Storeat that he will ever travel more but means a dollar bons on packages on I'm
and issues will get them nowhere. Graham -- victims all of than 500 miles from his birthplace too. about to lose my mind in
indicate a sub-surface mood of"vote the changing customs and savings Many Use to trying to remove them Can
Rather than an attitude of indifferenceand But it will be good businessman cellophane tape tape
ins out," due to the disgust of the defeatism, this is the time for methods of merchandising. just to have time to sit and of these are benefits becomingaware with end of thread to top of spool. you help me'??", Homemakers
electorate with the scandals in often say to m('.
think those 29
renewed interest and in over past years, the rapidly increasing cost of When sewing with
activity things For sentimental reasons, slippery
and not have to about
Washington, and the investigations, now worry
Now that nationalnightmare" The Telegraph reporter air conditioning A good( fabrics, place a large towel Fresh grass stains have a
political. our "long the next B & E.
of several cabinet officers in businessman is also
under way, fully under a fabric at sewing characteristic green color
our own State. Such a mood has (Watergate) is overor aware of the fact that the machine (don't get it caught However, as they age they
possessed the electorate at least once in almost over, at least now is the time to appearance of the store or when stitching). become 'ellow. Grass tams
make certain that such office means plenty
the recent past, when they did, indeed, a nightmarenever usually appear as smears
vote most of the insout.. again occurs in our State or County Agents By W4 Proper landscaping adds With the new look of lower because of ,accompaiu
Nation. This can be accomplished only tremendously to the overall necklines zigzag wire will clay mud or dry soil. This is
1" keep the neckline in place, It why the stain tends to remain
with eternal the of appearance. Most shoppersthat
vigilance on Bobby"Taylor
For this reason, apparently, can- part notebook have had to park their is usually made of thin piano on'the suilaie of the tabiu'
voters. Vigilance is not the product of car wire and covered with silk When to
didates are finding voters inclined to \ in an open lot on a typical hot you attempt remove
keep their pocketbooks closed, as well as indifference or aloofness. sunny Florida day are well winding It is flexible, but it !grass( stains you :ate dialing\
retains its J with soil I and
shape formed
once chlorophvl
of shade
their mouths. One officeseeker com- aware ( tree or the
lack of It's available at most notion tannin stains.
that he had Start on the home front. Attend the them.
plained recently supporters counters.
expected to come across with $1,000 are local rallies. Get to know the candidatesand This time of year is the lowest possible cost. He Next week I will continue On washable! fabrics lirst( \

forking up only $100, while those the issues. When this has been somewhat of a break between must also keep only the best this subject and expound( upon Another way to anchor a blush the stain to remove the
counted for $100 for accomplished by attending the local growing seasons for spring and productive cows in his some of the methods used to deep neckline is to cover apiece mud or soil Place a !towel
ten
on are settling a political rallies, then carry your enthu- and summer crops and fall herd that will mean a heavy protect trees during building of 3-4" featherbonmg underneath the stain and I Hush
spot.It. and winter crops. Most calf each year lie cannot construction. Sew top edge to dress-leave with a drvcleamng solvent
siasm to State and National candi-
on vegetables and gardens have afford to have freeboardersand lower edge free to slip behind Tamp the stain with a bru!>h.
is the irony of fate that good dates and issues in the November done well and some folks are cows that do not convert bra Repeat this treatment

politicians must now suffer with the bad General Election. fall making final preparations for feed to milk for the calves. Old Ligustrunl Remove the towel and apply
plantings. Plan to make a sheer amyl I acetate; (available\ the
until Americans regain some of the This is the only to State These are just a few of the flowering skirt of chiffon A drug store) to the stained
confidence in the credibility of those in way save our Tobacco harvest is com Plants ValuableAnother time .
things that a cattleman must saving way to finish the area Again tamp stain (Placea
high office which has been lost in the and Nation from "another possible plete and most tobacco has do( at this time. We will. be lower edge (after proper \towel under it and flush with

past two years. But who cam blame the "national nightmare. been sold. Growers are discussing others as we go long-time city length has been marked>)> is to drvcleaning solvent Make upa
somewhat pleased with along, and especially at the resident of Starke will no machine stitch ((15-20 stitchesper solution of detergent and
production this year. Most next meeting of the Bradford- longer be with us after a stay inch) around lower edgeat water. Again place towel
have received prices for their Union Cattleman's of over 30 years. marked line. Slip paper under stain, apply the
I Problem SolverPresident tobacco that would have made Association. The meeting will underneath fabric when detergent solution and tamp
The this a very profitable crop if be at 7:30: p.m., Thursday, The 25 foot high ligustrumbush stitching. Tear paper awav lightly. Repeat this
costs of production had beenat September 12, at the was just a sprig when it Turn up edge. Stitch close to procedure. Flush detergent
previous levels. I hope that Agriculture Building in was set out in the early 40's fold. Stitch again, just above solution from stain through to
growers have kept good Starke. I understand that a and grew and grew toa stately this stitching. Trim as close to the towel. If stain remains,
Ford's choice of a tough, The troubled state of the economy records of their costs and select committee has been stature of lush green foliage stitching as possible bleaching is your next step Be
intelligent, long-experienced executiveof indicates that Mr. Ford will be under returns for this year's crop so appointed to have some and beauty. Now the "tree" is certain to use bleach only as
the calibre of Governor Rockefellerfor they can make the right hamburgers (or possiblysome valuable enough to be boughtby When top-stitching with recommended by the fabric or
strong pressure to use defense spendingas decision about planting this hoi-iegrown: steak with a landscaping firm and buttonhole twist or two garment manufacturer
his "partner" as vice president is one the single most effective instrumentat important crop next year. the present prices) ready for moved to a new site for a still
of the impressive early proofs of Mr. his disposal for controlling fiscal members and guests when higher price.
Ford's own wisdom and stature. Corn prices in and they arrive.
policy. Pentagon planners are already at throughout the country The evergreen's future

work on the fiscal 1976 budget which is continue to rise. This indicates With this somewhat growth in Starke will be impossible -
It has been noted that weak and in- gloomy
sure to be even higher than the record that our national production picture for our cattlemen falling victim to a
secure leaders usually surround them- $80billion fiscal 1975 bill now workingits might be below what was there is some good news that, planned building project on
selves with weaker men of lesser way through Congress. In his addressto indicated earlier this >ear will interest many of our folks the east side of US-301 just
High corn prices are good for south of Peggy's railroad
talents, who are not apt to overshadowor The Bradford-Union Cattlemen
however Mr. Ford made it
Congress
our growers who produce corn will be tracks,
threaten the power of the leader; clear that he did not favor heavy cuts in for sale because they too, committees for 1975 appointing 4-11 and

while strong men, feeling no insecurity the defense budget, and his record in have had increased costs of FFA Steer Show and Sale. A Coming to the plant's rescue

are free to select other strong men as Congress is one of generally opposingcuts production. However, high good number of our young however the Traylor, was Dean Landscape Traylor of
subordinates.Mr. corn and grain prices over a people already have their
in this area. long period of time can havean steers. The Starke-Bradford Company of Lawtey, who, in
with the North
Ford apparently! realizes that he In addition to these problems, Mr. livestock adverse industry.effect on our County will Chamber of Com Florida cooperation Landscape Companyof
Ford faces number of other merce again sponsor their Jacksonville have found
has tough and pressing problems to a pressing annual Calf Scramble on a
solveproblems that will not waitand issues left over from the Nixon adminis- This is one of the reasons Saturday, October 12. The new place of residence for the ?f

he chose a strong man to help solve tration, including health, consumer pro- that our cattlemen are suffering Bradford County Farm plant. Nk.l

them. tection, transportation, and environ- from low prices at the Bureau will be announcing The landscapers know the
time. The
mental matters.So present present plans regarding a building plant as a "ligustrum" and
for
grain-fed beef is too
price program. Plans are being said it could be of the :
While inflation is the low for the feeders to
unquestionably pay a finalized to get a 4-H Coordinator ovalifolium variety or
most urgent problem facing Ford's administration it is little wonder that Mr. Ford fair price for cattle and a high for Bradford, Union perhaps the japonicum __

it is far from the only one. realized his need to choose the strongest price grow for and the finish feed the it takes calves.to and Baker County. There will species, but definitely not the

Three trouble areas are currently partner he could get in the vice presi This means that either fed be more soon.Ancient details. on these activities massalongianum kind. One Less Rattler

threatening the nation's economy: agriculture dential position. Mr. Rockefeller has cattle prices and the price of

housing, and defense. long prided himself on being a "problem beef products will go up and
solver" cost the consumer more, or l O The rattlesnake population of "
who enjoys the nitty-gritty of d ""''ford County decreased
grass-fed cattle will by one
to Tuesday afternoon
Some agriculture experts believe thata governmental difficulties. As he puts it: market as lower quality move beef ran over this IIb.foot specimen when Walter (Hand, of Hampton

severe drought inflation, and shore "I enjoy problems- greatest game is products at a lower price to Chinese rainmaking: consisted of building a rain with an auto jack handle I'lcturt'd on S-K-Z-M- with and the snake finished Is him(lIand'l off
tages of corn and other feed grains will to try and solve them. A lot of people the consumer. Our national dragon and carrying it In p: occasion.' It that didn't work,, young son. Jimmy,

force Mr. Ford to reconsider the former play poker or bridge to make up economy and the consumer they ripped it to pieces.

policy of giving away grains to poor problems. You don't have to make them will cattle determine feeders and which way our

countries, and adopting, instead, a policyof up. There are plenty around. And when the future producerswill
go in near or as Old le
t ///e
trading with other countries that can you find one, I think you should act while long as we have large numbers 2B4 BRADFORD Co Zut.Q

afford to pay for our grain. you're focused on it Get experts in. of cattle on hand. .

Change it!" rarrtett'A miligr

Inflation is also frustrating would-be What does this mean for our p1 tr

home buyers across the nation. The This is spoken like a man who can be that local cattleman for? It means a

housing market has of inestimable value to President Ford in prices our calves : ,
slumped badly probably will not increase for C:151) BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
primarily because of high interest rates solving problems left by an administration several months, and to stay in Publishers 'j-! L

resulting from a tight monetary policy. that was so busy trying to business, the cattleman must Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act "'

Organized labor whose support Mr. solve problems created by its own internal efficiency.again increase This his production of March 3, 1879. _

Ford is seeking, is being hurt by the conniving that it had no time to must produce as means much quality that he Subscription rate In trodi area: $6 per year: (3.SO six months "Saving Is simple just

resulting unemployment. solve the problems of the nation. feed as possible for his herd at Outside trad)area: $7 per year: M.00 six months make more money than your.
Phone 964-630S Starke. Fla family can spend."


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I 2 Tiger -R aseballers Are _All-State___ Choices Charlie All-State GreenIs Junior Golf Tourney Tie WomenA ,:.


play-off between North 10.11 match was tied, but I
Two Lake Buller athletes, stole 12 bases in the 20 games McGill led his basketball teamto participation at Union County Baseball and Central Junior golfers Jacksonville juniors managedto DeadlockLAKE I
Jack McGill and Terry Hamilton played for the Tigers. a 20-win and six-loss record I High. Pick resulted in a draw Thursday, squeak by the Central II
have been named to the McGill has just recently this past season, grabbing 34 Lake Butler's Terry Hamilton Charlie Green of Starke August 22, at Willow Lakes golfers on the back nine to I
Class AA All-State Baseball signed a basketball grand-in- rebounds and scoring 472 was another reason the was selected as third team Golf and Country Club In score 8 points for their BUTLER In thewomen's
outfit in voting by the state's aid with Lake City Community points in the process. He Tigers went on to win the Dis- choice for the Class AAA All- Jacksonville. division; Central received one softball league last
high school sports writers. College. McGill was out averaged 19 points and 14 trict 2 basketball champion State baseball team after Central Juniors from Green point. David Brown of Keystone week First Christian ladies
Jack McGill, son of Mr. and standing in both football and rebounds per game during the ship. Hamilton batted a balloting by the states high Cove Springs, Gainesville, shot rounds of 50-41-9H! won 14-4 over Worthington
Mrs. W. A. McGill, one of baseball in addition to basket regular season. respectable .294 and drove In school sports writers. Keystone Heights, Lake City to lose by one stroke over Billy Springs in five innings and
northeast Florida's versatile ball at Union County High McGill played tight end for 16 runs, Hamilton was also Green 17, shortstop, batted and Starke competed in a Pierce, who{ scored 50-48-98. First Baptist slugged its wayto
athletes, got a late start on the School. As a senior, he was UCIIS football I and was named useful on the basepaths wherehe .350 and had 10 runs-batted-in two man best ball team event Steve Greek stroked 48-47-95 an 18-0 victory over Poor
baseball participation in LakeButler's named to All Region, All-Con All-Uegion, AllConferenceand stole 21 bases. In center for the 1974 season and was an against Jacksonville area while his opponent, Kenny Boys Grocery in five innings.
successful basketball ference and honorable men All-State also. field for the Tigers, Hamilton all-conference baseball player youths to determine the Moranville had 484593. After last week's games,
campaign. McGill sparked the tion All-State teams and was McGill has received four recorded a .988 fielding the second year straight. lie is champion of the North Central Brown and Greek had a best there is a three way tie for
Tiger baseball effort with a2'M selected lor the Prep All- letters in football,two in baseball average and nailed five opposing ) a three-year letterman in District. The tournament ball score of 89 and Pierce and first place in the women's
,, average with the bat. America Yearbook. two in basketball and one runners at the plate baseball and was quarterbackon ended in a tie with both North Moranville totaled a best ball league between First
McGill knocked in 12 runs and At 6' 4" and 185 pounds, in track, in his four years during the season.Hunting the 1974 BUS football team. and Central totaling 19i/.! 87. Christian, Worthington
Springs, and First Baptist. All
Green has signed a baseball points.
Fred Benton and Tom Lewisof
Season scholarship with a Greenville, Low round for the day was Jacksonville won all three three teams have a 2 and 1
shot Hubert Edenfield of record. Poor Boy's Grocery is
Mississippi Junior College by
points in the nine and under
R Green played in the North- Jacksonville, who carded a 03.In
division. Benton scored 50 for
Opens Sept. 7 South All Star Game played one-under-par 69. Playing in the Men's League action,
the nine holes and Lewis had a
all rained out
the 14-15 division, Edenfield games were on
last June
& as a flawless
with best ball of 48.Keystone's .
52 score
Bow and arrow hunting a On Thursday
Monday night.
shortstop with three hits of scored three birdies and 13
: Richard
enthusiasts throughout the five trips to the plate. pars over the par 70 course. night in a game between the
shot 76 andStarke's
O'Donoghue a
state are reminded the "big Coach John Donati of Frost Matt Herres, of Starke, only two undefeated teams in
day," opening day of the 1974 Proof High School was highly stroked a 77; Rock Hutchings, Jay Barker had a 71. the league, Andrews Drugs
Their best ball total was 65.
is less than defeated First Christian 17-4
archery season, impressed with Charlie's Green Cove Springs, shot a 78
two weeks away.According performance as a baseball and Paul Oglesby Jacksonville in five innings.In .
to Major Larry player and had stated that came in with a 79. Each Lake ButlerSOFTBALL the only other game
dtJ centers Martin, northeast regional Green was just about the best team had a best ball score of played last week, Raiford out
family manager for the Game and player on the North team, 67. In this group North hit RMC to win 15-11.
Fresh Water Fish Commission according to BIIS Baseball received S'/2 points and TOURNAMENT:' With only two games left to
hunters can take to the Mentor Coach Harry Hatcher. Central totaled 3'a points. Labor Day weekend a be played by each team,
woods in search of their Other local All-State playersare In the 16-17 division, Bob double elimination Softball Andrews Drugs leads the
favorite game for one-half First team outfielder Gates of Gainesville and tournament will be held at the second half with a 5-0 record.
(Brn )ffiI1IIJrnffi QO(!J )rn(5( hour before sunrise on Sept, 7 Tommy: Constantie- of Marty Kennett of Green Cove Union County High School They are followed closely by
Nov. 3.Wildlife. baseball field. First Christian and First
Jacksonville Bolles; Second :Springs:; totaled a best ball
SHOPPING Management Acres team pitcher Bill Chambersof score{ of 71 to win by two The tournament will start at Baptist with 4-1 records.
U.S. 301 South Starke Fla. open in the north Florida Ocala Forest; Third team strokes over Jacksonville 9 a.m. Saturday and end on Raiford and RMC are 23.
CENTER region during the Sept. 7-29 pitcher Dave Berrard of juniors John Pacuk and Bill Monday afternoon. Lake Butler, Worthington
Open Mon Wed 9 To 8. Thurs. Sat 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6 season are the Osceola and Orange Park, outfielder Tony Calais Gross scores: Gates Everyone is invited to come Springs, and Providence are
Steinhatchee South area while Jenkins and Rod Meek of 74. Kennett 82 Pacuk 77 and out and watch the action. 1-4.
Camp Blanding is open three Oran g a Park. (_'alia...._*_* RH.. Central' scored ft
gi7 consecutive weekends from points and North had 3 pointsin
? ; Oct. 19-20 and 26-27, thru Nov. this division. Serving Florida
2-3. The Lochloosa area west Palatka's Tuten and
DUPLICATE BHI1HJK; Billy .
of SR-325 will also be open to CI.tHKKSUl.TSFirst : Quail Heights' Tim Dortch yt ,: r,, Since 1950
;;W,'. 0'" archers Sept. 28 thru Oct. 27. place winning coupleat grabbed 9 points for Central in y,d p

\ Yr f"t! wA Duplicate Bridge Tuesday the 12-13 group.Their best ball :Jlo.iJa ll (greeting JQrvict,J'na
f .. night were Mrs. R.W. effort was a 72, eight strokes
Reg, t ..;-. Students Earn Fountain and Mrs. Paul A. under opponents Bobby '
Johnson. Fannin and Blair Gibson. Cordially I
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$8888 ..; ... Tied for second place were Tuten, playing individually
: Grade HonorsThree Mr. and Mrs Ric James and against Fannin, stroked a 37- Mrs Carolyn
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.. ,... ?,.,",./AOLAWN -, Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. J.D. S7-74; Fannin had a 41-41- Eaves j14I'! Welcomes
; local students were Odom. In third place were 82. Dortch carded an 85 and
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recorded on the President'sList Mrs. W.H. Davie and Mrs. Gibson; slipped to a 94. Representative
of St.Johnes River Junior Clarke Mathewson. At the end of nine holes, the You and Your
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Starke and Kyle Ownes and :"'1"
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I BROOKER IN BRIEF Zoning Compliance II

By Jeannette Prescott

DEDAN BAPTIST PERSONALS I Artion Is Initiated 'I

Dedan Church is happy to Mrs. Eva Harrell returnedlast -- -
have been able to purchase a week after visiting her i 1 Bradford County board approved the permit fora
bus to bring in the people who (children Mr. and Mrs. Paul The has initiated an period of six months, expiring -
Board
would not otherwise be able to Emery in Quincy for two Zoning resident February 5, 1974.
attend services. Our church weeks. J '1'I' action against a At the February meeting
Lake
attendance has increased and Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Edwardsof property owner on Silver with Martin requested another six:
last Sunday we received three Salt Springs visited his for non-compliance months extension of time for
new converts. We had a very sister, Mrs. Eva Harrell one li'' zoning restrictions. the removal of the double-
inspiring revival for whichwe day last week. According to L. M. Gaines, wide. A second temporary
are thankful. Rev. and Prayer List: Mr. and Mrs. zoning director David Martin permit was issued by the
Mrs. Brookins of Hamptonwere George Tetstone, Mrs. Eva owned a mobile home situatedon zoning board expiring August
able to( be back in ser Harrell Mrs. Pearl Markey a parcel of land on Silver 26, 1974.
vices last Sunday. Grady Hart Kev. Jim Countryman, and Lake at the time the zoning As of the date of expiration
was able to return to church Grady Hart.Meetings. a I wwI regulations went into effect in last Monday Martin had still
Sunday after a long stay in I 11MN Bradford County. The mobile not removed the mobile home
Bradford County) Hospital. home was permitted to from the premises and the
ChangedDue 4 'n' rt. t W: Ilthiw I Irw remain by a "grandfather"clause zoning board has initiated an
in the regulations. The action through the office of the
N.W\IUU\AI.S.: new regulations do not permitthe State Attorney to enforce the
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony To HolidayDue placement of mobile zoning regulations.
Wentworth) announce the birthof homes in the area. Martin was advised by
a daughter Stacie Jean on to the Labor Day ""' rlllu Ili Martin, however removedthe certified mail of the action
August 5 in Shands Teaching holiday this Monday, Sept 2, +, ,1' t ; fIN older mobile home and being taken by the zoning
Hospital, Gainesville. She the Bradford County Commission replaced it with a larger board.
joins two brothers Andy and meeting usually heldon double-wide mobile home.
jq
Chris. the first Monday of each dal i r
Mr. and Mrs. Gene month, has been postponed a II""' When apprised that the new One businessman to
Kaulerson announce the birthof week until Monday, Sept. 9, at mobile home was in violationof another: "Of course I under
a daughter,Tracy Renee. in 9 a.m. in the county cour the zoning regulations stand what's happening to
Alachua General Hospital on thouse. George Muggins explains the transfer of land to Fair AssoAssociation President Arthur Gaskins. Martin applied to the zoning the U. S. dollar. It's getting
The Lawtey City Council, board for a temporary permitfor "
August 19. elation from the state to FIIP Sgt. Winston Barber and Fair away from me.
which meets regularly on the mobile home use until it Serrano >n The Wall itree"
SCHOOL NEWS lirst Monday night of each could be removed. The zoning JournalGRAUDONS
School got off to a good start month,will instead this month
meet on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at Land Donated To Fair Association <
:Monday morning with "l '-:.::..-- ,1
everyone enthusiastic and 7:30: p.m. in the town hall. PI PCT. n"
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ready to get back. The facultyand The Raiford City Council, 1.2 acres of land adjacent to Fill has already been put in Internal Improvement Fund, itself, made a good argumentfor
staff have worked hard in which also meets regularly on the north side of the Florida the area. the slate cabinet, which the transfer, he says. Plus, WM. G. t.
preparing for opening day. the first Monday night, has Highway Patrol station on US- The land was classified as controls all state property. the land was not needed or
The students were anxious postponed its meeting a week 301 north of Starke have been not needed and presently not Actually Huggins points being used by the FHP. "BILL"
the deeded to the Bradford Fair usuable by the FHP. The landon out the Fair Association was !,
and parents most until Monday, Sept. 9, at 8
The land will be used the \
cooperative.There Association to be used for which the FHP station simply asking to have by A MEMBER OF YOUR
Fair Association for
were no particular pm.Only board to labor on additional parking. stands now, plus this tract, returned a portion of land greatly SCHOOL BOARD
needed
problems, and everyone had 1 tabor Day is the City of Exchange from the state was purchased by Bradford originally given the state by fair,parking and for area duringthe Club l
an enjoyable first day. An Starke Zoning Board whichw Department of Public Safety businessmen some 30 years local businessmen. That, in Roping DISTRICT 5 COUNTY AT LARGE
activities each
Saturday
held ill meet this and !Motor Vehicles came ago and given to the state
assembly was at 1 p.m. Monday,Sept. 2, '
night, Huggins points out. Chief Engineer Bradford County Hospital :
!\Vallenga introduced Mrs. at 7:30: p.m. to hear two alter nearly a year of effort by Department Agriculture for
Cook. new kindergartenteacher requests for locating mobile retired County Agent George location of a farmer's market. Butcher to woman Acquisition of the tract Former Supervisor of Maintenance Bradford County Schools
; !Mrs. McDavid, new homes in the city. The Muggins with state officials."It Subsequently, two acres was exarniningsteak: "Look at it gives Fair Association more Instructor Vo-Tech Center
teacher's aide; and Mrs. hearings will be held Monday just look someone toket.p deeded to the FHP for the this way it breaks down to than 20 acres of land around OWNS IJl'SINESS11I.: :\I.NLet's
Stalnaker. new cafeteria in order to present the zoning behind it," Huggins said patrol station site. The land only 32 cents a bite." the county fairgrounds and Equip Our Young People TodayFor -
manager. Certain school board's I findings to the city Tuesday after he informed came under the Dept. of G.l'.' Feature agriculture complex. Our Leaders Of Tomorrow, (Paid Pol. Adv i
procedures were explained. A council Tuesday night, Sept. 3. local FIIP Sgt. Winston Public Safety and !Motor
letter was sent home by each The Starke city commission Barber and the local news Vehicles in the state's recent Wife holding snow shovel .
child explaining school u ill meet,as usual, on the first media about the donation. Sgt. administrative reorganiza to husband watching football I
procedures and policies. First Tuesday of the month at 7 Barber had approved and tion.Transfer game: : "What are your plans
Let Your Voice Be Heard
day enrollment was l4G.< p.m., Sept. 3. worked for the transfer. back to the Fair lor between halves'?!" !
Huggins learned the Association had to be approved Bob Barnes Register and Tribune
transfer had finally been by the Trustees of the syndicate, '
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approved ooKo oo+ ELECT
Notice of Dedication on
Aug. 13.The deal also includes NOTICE
some 1$ feet of land directly
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south of the FIIP station, Protect Your Home With; SPENGLER
between it and the county
a OFFICIAL BALLOTns CO agriculture building and Fire Alarm System, Burglar Alarm System
some 20 feet behind the FIIP

: FIRST PRIMARY =j station complex between livestock it and barns the ag & Lightning Protection School Board Member

CO -= which also will be utilized for Free Estimates District 2 '
GENERAL ELECTION ) additional parking.
Plans are to put in a culvert Ace EnterpriseRaiford

Starke, Bradford County, Florida the from patrol US-301 station directly to north make of Fla. Pat Dickens I, PAT SPENGLER, Want To Serve You On

September 10,1974 another entrance to the arena 431 -1000 Or 431-1200 (Owner) Your School Board.I r
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value for each tax dollar spent. Wisely Spent, Can Cause You To Pay Even!More In Taxes Than in 1974.I .


Reduce the tax rate proportionately to PAT SPENGLER, Want To Represent You On Your School Board, Help Pro-

Increases In the assessed value of your tect Your Investment, Continue Our School System As One Of The Best In The

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FIRST PRIMARY ,,. DNa increase In your tax bill without a
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GENERAL ELECTION w :: 1 citizens of Clay County. And Active Support In My Race For Your School Board Member
District/ No. 2. Please Tell Your Neighbors, Friends And Relatives

Starke, Bradford County, Florida Clay County Commissioner They Need Pat Spengler On YOUR School Board
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11r Deaths Union School Opens Serit. 3 :,BH


Mariam A. Kelly Dick AndersonDick John E. DekleJohn John W. Smith All schools in Union County (There will be no change in Lake Butler Middle School:
Mrs. Mariam Adkins Kelly! Winter Haven; and Clarence Anderson, 54, of will open the 1974-75 term bus routes from last year's Lunch 50 cents, reduced
76, of Winter Haven, died Adkins, Okahumpka; two Lawtey, died Saturday, Aug. E. Dekle 76, of Lake John William Smith Tuesday September 3, day schedule with adjustments lunch 20 cents, and Adult
of
85,
Monday, Aug. 26. Born in sisters, Mrs. Grace Beal, 24, in a Gainesville hospital Butler died Tuesday, Aug. 20, Starke, died after Labor Day being made later, if required lunch 80 cents.
Lawtey on March 7, 1898, her Hampton; and Mrs. Ojune after an extended illness. He in Lake Shore Hospital, Lake 22, in Bradford Thursday Aug The daily schedule calls for Union County High School:
parents were the late James Ellis, Georgetown, S.C.; ten was born in Baker County on City, after an extended illness.He Hospital after an extended County illness the opening bell to ring at 8:20: School lunch prices have Lunch 55 cents, reduced
E. and Pensy Andrews grandchildren,and five great May 6, 1920.Surviving. was born in Bradford lie was a native of- a.m., with classes startinglive been increased 5 cents over lunch 20 cents, and Adult
Adkins. grandchildren. are his wife, County, and had lived most of Georgia a retired sawmill minutes later at 8:25: a.m. last year. New prices lunch 80 cents.
Surviving are her husband, Funeral services will be Annie Thompson Anderson, of his life in the Lake Butler worker, and a member of the Dismissal hour for Lake beginning September 3 will ooooooooooo
Percy W. Kelly; two sons, held at 1:30: p.m. Thursday In Lawtey; three daughters, community.. Church of God.Surviving Butler Elementary School has be:
Percy, Jr., of Ocala, and the New River Baptist Church Mrs. Floria Jean Lee, Mr. Dekle was a former his wife, been set for 2:40: p.m. with the !Man reading
James Kelly, Atlanta, Ga. a with Rev. Jim Shaw are Middle School and High Lake Butler message
; con- Jacksonville; Mrs. Shirley sheriff of Union County, and Elmina Glover Smith, of Elementary found in bottle washed
daughter, Mrs. Luther Reel, ducting. Interment will be in Mobley,Starke; and Miss Sue had served on the Lake Butler Starke; four daughters, Mrs. School closing ten minutes School: Breakfast 25 cents, ashore: "I'm marooned on a
Winter Haven; Three New River Cemetery with Anderson, Lawtey; four sons, City Council, and also as Betty Jean Todd, Mrs. Emma later at 2:50: p.m. reduced breakfast 10 cents tropical island with no taxes,
brothers, Gerald Adkins, Jones Funeral Home in Larry, of Callahan; Howard, mayor. In his early life he was Mae Barber, and Mrs. Nellie Members of the instructional lunch-40 cents reduced lunch pollution or traffic. Eat your
Hampton; Donald Adkins, charge.ABSOLUTELY. Jacksonville; and Alvin and marshall of Raiford, and was Dade, all of Starke Mrs. ( staff will be on 20 cents, adult breakfast 42 heart out."
Npp,1pNp ._ Phil Anderson, both of later employed with the Bertie Zimmerman, Legioner; duty each school day from 8 cents, and adult lunch 80 Wtilph Dunaflln.ndicale Publishers HullMAURICE
-- O OI- Lawtey; three sisters, Mrs. Division of Corrections in Fort Pa.; two sons E. J. Smith, a.m. to 4 p.m, cents. '
A.H. Henry, Starke; Mrs. Myers, where he was a cap Donaldson, Iowa, and Troy .
Rose Starling and Mrs. Lois tain. He was a member of the Smith, Brunswick, Ga.; one
Wilbur, both of Green Cove First United Methodist sister Mrs. Allie Odum, Glen-
FINALREDUCTIONS Springs; and eight grand-. Church of Lake Butler. wood Ga., 25 grandchildren, I ccccccc4: l
children. Surviving is his widow, Mrs. and 47 greatgrandchildren.Funeral !
Funeral services were heldat Bessie Dekle, Lake Butler; services were heldat + ,nyM i1 ,
3 Wednesday in the Donald (Sonny) .
p.m. two sons 2 p.m. Saturday in the
Highland Baptist Church with Dekle, Lake City, and J.E. Starke Church of God with
Rev. Laurie McKinney con- Dekle, Jr., Fort Myers; three Rev Melvin Drake, Rev. i EDWARDS JR.
ducting. Interment was in daughters, Mrs. Frances Alton Coleman, and Rev. M
ALL SUMMER STOCK Highland Cemetery with Hanlon, Miami; Mrs. Ann C. Griffis conducting. Inter-
Jones Funeral Home in Yarborough, Fort Myers; and ment was in Dyal Cemetery +
MUST GO charge. Mrs. Jane Smith, Lake City; under direction of Jones r r Your
two stepsons, Ralph Swanson, Funeral Home.

THUR., FRI., SAT. ONLYat Mrs. Mary Johns Swanson Winter Park, Tallahassee, and Dr. James; two School Board Member

brothers Nelson Dekle, Lake
ST.M: .VKK'S EPISCOPAL
Mrs. Mary Johns, 79, widowof
the Ernie Johns, died Thur- City, and Romie Dekle, Lulu; CHUICII SCHEDULE;; Districts
sday, Aug. 22, in Bradford two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Sunday 8:30: a.m.. Holy
Boner and Mrs. Ruby Bethea,
CLOTHES CORNER County Hospital after an Eucharist, Sept. 1 10:00:
Butler 19
both of Lake
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Eucharist.
She bornin
extended illness. was a.m. Holy
Clay County on Aug. 19, grandchildren greatgrandchildren.Funeral and. eight I WILL, IF ELECTED, STAND UP FOR OUR
1895,and was a member of the
MISSY DRESSES Assorted Sizes & Colors Church. services were heldat
Baptist
2 Thursday Aug.22, in
p.m. THE CITIZENS AND THE
CHILDREN
REG. '24.99 REG. '20.00 Surviving are two the First Baptist Church of
daughters, Mrs. Lois Bowen,
Lake Butler with Rev. John
$1199 $999MISSY West Palm Beach; and Mrs. Grant and Rev. Robert *
Lucille Moseley,Lawtey; four Moseley officiating. In- .. TAXPAYERS OF OUR COUNTY
sons, Clyde, of Starke; terment followed in Dekle In the Bahamas it has beenbelieved
v E :E u: 0
PRINT BLOUSES SIZES 820PRICE Morris, Clifford, and Warren Cemetery with Archer that water from a
Johns,all of Jacksonville two
As't'd Prints and Solids ; Funeral Home in charge. crab's claw will cure an earache (Paid POI Adv )
yz brothers Rev. Ellison McCormick -
Short Sleeves & Roll Sleeves and Carl McCormick -
both of Jackson-
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SPECIAL GROUP BLOUSES REG '4.99 $200And
ville; four sisters, Mrs. Bessie
Steele, West Palm Beach;
See a Colors BIKINIS REG. '8-'16 $399 Mrs. Ola Belle Burnett, Lake

100% POLYESTER AST Size &Colon Geneva DuBoise;, Macclenny Mrs. Lillian and $ ,
; EveryDayLowPricc Every ayLowPrice
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MISSY SLACKS '
REG. 11-13 Mrs. Lorene Ferris; two step-
Back To School Special Great Range of Jr. Jeans Bell Bottoms sisters, Mrs. Mary Lee, Jacksonville
Low Rise and High Rise-Buy One Pair At Reg.Price And Second Pair and Mrs. Hattie AGAR'S
At Monds, High Springs; two KRAFT
HALF PRICE I IPLUS step-brothers, J. M. Thomas,
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Fuqua Due Here


LEGALSIN the cemetery, which is to be Lots 3 through 10 Lots 29, 31, Post Office Drawer"C" To:Louis Hugh Shockley Fri. AfternoonSecond Sleet

mowed twice a month. 33 and 34, Lots 39 through 49, Gainesville Florida 32601 3259 Branard Street
2. The person whose bid is and Lots 56 through 60, all in 8/22 2t 8/29 Houston Texas Rufus 0.JEFFERSON.
THE CIRCUIT COURT,
accepted will be paid per roundof Section 11, Township I 5 South YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CongressionalDistrict
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF mowing rather than once per Range 22 East of WOODLAWN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT an action for dissolution of Representative Don

FLORIDA IN AND FOR month as in the past. according to plat or map thereof EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF marriage has been filed againstyou Fuqua will be in Starke

BRADFORD COUNTY. 3. Mowing will be done onlyon recorded in Plat Book 1, Page FLORIDA IN AND FOR LOUIS HUGH SHOCKLEYand Friday afternoon, Aug. 30, in 1st District Court of Appeals

orders from the Chairman of 17, (formerly Plat Book 1, Page BRADFORD COUNTY.IN you are required to serve a his campaign for re-election.

CIVIL ACTION the Street Committee. It must 1)) public records of Bradford PROBATEIN copy of your written defenses if Fuqua will be pleased to JUDGE

be done In the time set by the County, Florida AND the West any to it, on the plaintiff's at. meet the public at a coffee to LJ
ROSE MARIE BATES, Plaintiff, Chairman at such times as he Half of the Northeast Quarter of RE: Estate of JAMES E. torney whose name and ad- be held in the Garden

vs ROBERT F. BATES, thinks the grass needs cutting. Southeast Quarter (W 1/2 of NE HUDDLESTON, Deceased. dress is GEORGE H. PIERCE Restaurant starting at 3 Group I

Defendant. 4. If the job is not completedto 1/4 of SE 1/4)), in Section 11. Esq., P. O. Drawer 1030 Starka o'clock. "Let The People Choose"
the satisfaction of the Street Township 5 South, Range 22 NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Florida 32091 and file the

NOTICE OF SUIT Chairman the Chairman has the East AND the West Half (W all creditors and all persons original with the clerk of the HONOR SOCIETY GRADS
To.Robert F. Bates,
the once 8 and 9 and the having claims or demands above styled court on or before
of Lots
right to warn person 1/2)) MAY GET GOLD SEALS
"UNKNOWN"YOU trial court
Judge
Address, as a
and after this first warning, the North Half (IN 1/21) Of Lots 23 against said estate. September 23. 1974,otherwise a All 1974 graduates of BHS 15 years judicial experience

ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat contract is considered broken if and 24, all in Section 12, You and each of you, are judgement may be entered who were members of the Lifetime Resident of Florida

action for Divorce has the error is not corrected in a Township 5 South Range 22 hereby notified and required to against you for the relief National Honor Society are World War II Veteran Methodist

been an filed against and reasonable length of time. In East of WOODLAWN accordingto present any claims and demands demanded in the complaint of asked to take their diplomasto Graduated Florida State University and University of

you you of such case, the contract will be map or plat thereof recordedin which you or either of you, may petition.WITNESS. Mr. Miller at the high Florida
required to serve a
are if copy remade with the next bidder inline Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly have against the estate of JamesE. my hand and the school to obtain their gold Distinguished Service Award
your written defenses, any to Huddleston, deceased, to the seal of said Court on August 20, Jaycee
Plat Book 1 1. Page 1)) public seals. The seals were accidentally Beckman of Jacksonville girls
the ,
plaintiff's Barbara
it. on Married
attorney of the said Court. in the
Judge 1974.
5. The City of Hampton records of Bradford County, left off of the
whose name and address is reserves the right to reject any or Florida, AND Lots 27,28 and 56 Courthouse at Starke, Bradford GILBERT BROWNAs diplomas at graduation.Man e Author of legal text "Florida Juvenile Court Law"
H. Pierce P. O.
Hon George
County. Florida within four Clerk of said Court
all bids. all in Section 13, Township 5 Served as:
Box 1030, Starke, Florida, and months from the date of the first Beulah M. MoodyAs Crime &
Bids may be turned in to the South, Range 22 East of By President Florida Council on Delinquency
tile the original with the clerk of City Clerk no later than Sept. 2, WOODLAWN, according to publication of this notice. Deputy Clerk looking at stack of President, Florida Council of Juvenile Court Judges

the above styled court on or 1974. These bids must not have map or plat thereof recorded in Each claim or demand must 8/29 4t 9/19 Christmas cards ready to President, Tallahassee Clvltan Club

before September 3, 1974.be the name of the bidder on them. Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly be in writing and must state the mail: "This year it finally President, Children's Home SocietyPOL

otherwise a judgement may The perk will assign a numberto Plat Book 1, Page 1)) public place of residence and post- NOTICE happened the stamps cost
entered against you for the relief the plain envelope they will be records of Bradford County office address of the claimantand PUBLIC HEARINGA more than the cards. ( Ads Paid lor by Rufus O.Jefferson, Campaign Trees)
demanded in the complaint or
sealed in and the bids will be Rorida, AND Lot 39 in Section must be sworn to by the Goddard jhormon. King Featurn
petition. opened at the next City Council 14 Township 5 South. Range 22 claimant his agent, or his attorney public hearing will be held at
WITNESS my hand and the meeting in Sept. East of WOODLAWN according or it will become void the City Hall Starke Ra., Mon.,
seal of said Court on July 29, to map or plat thereof according to law. Sept 2. 1974 -7:30 p.m for the I .

1974 Forsyth, 17 Each creditor shall deliver following purpose: Placing a
Shirley recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
City Clerk (formerly Plat Book 1, Page 1)) sufficient copies of his claim to mobile home at the following WELLS ELECTRICSERVICE :
Gilbert S. BrownAs
8/22/ 2t 8/29 public records of Bradford enable the Court to mail one to locations:
Clerk of said Court each personal representative.
County, Florida; SUBJECT
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Dated A. D. 1974. All parties will be heard at this
HOWEVER to public roads,
Deputy Clerk The City of Hampton is now time.
bids for their utility easements and that
8 8 4t 8'29 accepting
June H. ThomasAs
Sanitation Contract which will certain easement for Ingress and
Administratrix of the 1 MARIE HARDEEW.
run from Oct. 1974 Oct. 75. egress recorded in Official 249' of NW 1/4 of Blk. 6
Estate of James E, Huddleston
Record Book 119 52-55
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO The following stipulations were Pages
Deceased S. of Range 3 W. in Temples
REGISTER attached to the contract by the public records Florida. of Bradford 8/22 4t 912IN S/D./ 426 W. Davis St. Electrical Contractors
FICTITIOUS NAME Sanitation Committee: County,

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 2. THEODORE GUION and
Pursuant to Section 865.09 1. Garbage must be picked up AND THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- LILLIE MAE HOOD 1eeJ.

Florida Statutes, notice is once per week on the day set up CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Beginning at the Parker Con- .-
hereby that the undersigned by the Sanitation Committeeand Begin at the intersection of BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE
given struction Clay hole from the NE
matesd
of line of \\0\11
the easterly right
whose bid is Way A.
F. G. Mueller, P. O. the person NO. 74-216
(
Cor. of the day hole and run Z"" \
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
In of rain the SS
,
accepted. case
Box 1255, Starke, Florida
thence West to Cooper Road
32091 business under the garbage can be picked up on the and the Northerly right of way The of \Ce
doing and IN RE: Marriage (graded) to Tom Hall Rd. e 1
of
line Mddleburg
firm name of ALLIGATOR next working day. Lawtey RONALD D. CRAWFORD, Thence run S. to Peterson St. \ ,
CREEK RANCH" U. S. 301 2. Only garbage in bags will Road and run Easterly along said Petitioner and DOROTHY RITA Thence run East to the Parker .
of line 179
South, Starke, Bradford be picked up. These bags must Northerly right way CRAWFORD, Respondent. Const Clay Hole and include the RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL
North and
be set in the driveway or some feet, thence run
County, Florida, 32091, intendsto clay hole above named. 1410
register said fictitious name other convenient place near the parallel with aforesaid Easterly NOTICE OF SUIT Cooper Road. 964-6061
under the provisions of aforesaid roadway. All leaves to be pickedup right of way line a distance of ,
100 feet, thence run Westerlyand
statute. must also be in bags. parallel with aforesaid To:Dorothy Rita Crawfordco Pat Farnsworth, Chair. SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
3. Trash (limbs, old tires
Fred Mueller sole
owner. Jackie Gagnon
)will be by Northerly right of way line 179 City Zoning Board 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
Dated this August 7, 1974 at leaves, etc. picked up 41 Brook Street Merrill Edwards
the bidder at the degression of feet, thence run South along
Starke Florida. Lawrence Massachusetts
,
City Clerk P.O. BOX 601KENNETH
Easterly right of line a
8'8 4tp 8/29 the bidder and the Chairman of way 08144
City of Starke
the Sanitation Committee. distance of 100 feet to point of

4. Only trash piled by the side beginning, also being the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Itch:;: f mmmmmm ._m I

I NEIL TUCKER, MAYOR OF of the road will be picked up. Westerly 179 feet of Lot 7, Townof an action for dissolution of

THE CITY OF STARKE, 5. If the job is not completedto Lawtey East of Railroad, marriage has been filed againstyou H. MacKAYIS

FLORIDA, BY VIRTUE OF THE the satisfaction of the according to map or plat thereofin and are required to
AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME Sanitation Chairman, the Plat Book 1. Page 6, all in you
of written AN EFFECTIVE
serve a LEGISLATOR
copy your
BY LAW. DO HEREBY CALL A Chairman has the right to warn/ Section 23, Township 5 South defenses, if any, to it on

FIRST PRIMARY ELECTION TO the person once and after this Range 22 East RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor

BE HELD AT THE FIRE first warning, the contract is Petitioner whose address is v NAMED OUTSTANDING FIRST TERM REPRESENTATIVE IN 1969
STATION, IN THE FORESAIDCITY considered broken if the error is has been filed against you and 114 N. Walnut Street p 0. Box

BY QUALIFIED VOTERSON not corrected in a reasonable you are required to serve a copy Starke Rorida, 32091 and
995 NAMED OUTSTANDING FIRST TERM REPRESENTATIVE IN 1970
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER length of time. In such case, the of your written defenses, if any, file the original with the Clerk of .

10, 1974, A. D., FOR THE contract will be remade with the to it on EUGENE F. SHAW, the above-styled Court on or /

PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE next bidder in line. Plaintiff's Attorney, whose before September 23, 1974 CHOSEN THE MOST VALUABLE REPRESENTATIVE IN 1971

FOLLOWING OFFICERS: 6. The City of Hampton address is Post Office Box 1086, otherwise a judgment may be
Starke Florida, 32091, on or
GROUP 1 all reserves bids. the right to reject any or before September 23, 1974, and entered demanded against In the you Petition.for the relief CHOSEN) THE MOST VALUABLE REPRESENTATIVE IN 1973

One Commissioner Two Years Bids may be turned in to the file the original with the Clerk of WITNESS hand and the '

GROUP 3 City Clerk no later than Sept. 2, this Court either before serviceon seal of said Court my on the 18th a SELECTED THE MOST EFFECTIVE IN COMMITTEE IN 1973

One Commissioner Two Years 1974. These bids must not have Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately day of August 1974.GILBERTS..
GROUP 5 the name of the bidder on them. thereafter; otherwise

One Commissioner Two Years The Clerk will assign a numberto a default will be entered againstyou BROWNAS ONE STRONG VOICE

the plain envelope they will be for the relief demanded in
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
INSPECTORS FOR sealed in and the bids will be the complaint. : Beulah, Moody FOR NORTH FLORIDA

SAID ELECTION: opened at the next City Council WITNESS my hand and the Deputy Clerk
meeting Sept. 3. seal of this Court on this 19th 8/22 4t 912NOTICE/ Paid. Pol. Adv by Malcolm Duggan Camp Tress

Leona Mathews Inspector day of August 1974.GILBERTS.. o

Clara F. Colson Inspector Shirley Forsyth is hereby given that
Peggy Shaller InspectorMrs. City Clerk BROWN Final Judgment of
J. C. Dukes Inspector 8/22 2t 829NOTICE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT pursuant Foreclosure to entered on August ELECT

Louise W. Tenley Inspector COURTIN 23 1974 in the case of FAR-
Barbara Valinski Inspector OF ELECTIONBe AND FOR BRADFORD MERS AND DEALERS BANK,a Mac KAY

Kenneth M. Struth InspectorIrma it known that I I. Dorothy COUNTY corporation, vs. DONEL

Buford InspectorMrs. W. Glisson, Secretary of Stateof By: Beulah M. Moody STOKES, as Executor of the BUDDY

L. N. Pickering Inspector the State of Florida, do here- Deputy Clerk Estate of Horace E. Stokes Jr.,

Mrs. Shellie Gerle Inspector by give notice that a GENERAL 8/22 4t 9/12/ Deceased; DORIS A. STOKES,
ELECTION will be held in ANN
a widow; MARTHA
ALTERNATES FOR Bradford County, State of SALE BY SEALED BIDS STOKES PITTMAN; LARRY

SAID ELECTION: Florida on Tuesday next The Board of County Com- ELARD STOKES, a minor; DEM. STATE SENATE 6TH DIST.

Mrs. Martaret Williams, Mrs. succeeding the first Monday in missioners of Bradford Countywill PEGGY SUE STOKES a minor;

Eston Jordan Mrs. Ruby November,A. D., 1974, the said receive sealed bids to be and RITA STOKES as the

Howell.IN Tuesday being the FIFTH day of opened on September 6, 1974 at surviving natural guardian of

TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I NOVEMBER to fill the following 10:00: A.M. for the following: Larry Bard Stokes a minor, and

HERE UNTO SUBSCRIBE MY offices: 1 Scrap Metal Peggy Sue Stokes, a minor, the Starke, Florida
NAME AND CAUSE THE SEAL 2 Used Vehicles same being Case No. 74-27 in Vote For And ReElects

OF THE TOWN TO BE HERE United States Senator These items may be seen and the Circuit Court of Bradford

UNTO AFFIXED THIS 6th DAY Representative in Congressfor also the bids will be opened at County Florida, I will sell the
OF AUGUST 1974 A. D. the 2 Congressional District the Bradford County Main- property situated in Bradford 'i
Governor and Lieutenant tenance Shop on North Grand
County, Rorida, described as
Neil L. Tucker, Mayor Governor Street in Starke. Bids will be follows to-wit: s EX
Attest: Merrill Edwards Secretary of State accepted on one or all items,

City Clerk Attorney General also the Board reserves the rightto Commence at the Northwest I r

8/8 4t 829IN Comptroller reject any or all bids.Gilbert Corner of the Northeast QuarterNE Friends r p
State Treasurer
( 1/4)) of Section 3, Township N E
Commissioner of Education
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF S. Brown, 7 South Range 19 East, and run
Commissioner of AgricultureTwo Clerk to Board South 1 29 minutes East, I R
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL degree am a candidate for ra-alaction
((2)) Commissioners, Flo- 8/22 2t 829IN to the C ,
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 336 feet to the Southerly right of Bradford I
rida Public Service Commission I County School Board, District five.
of State Road Number 18
BRADFORD COUNTY.IN way k I
State Senators for the
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and the point of beginning; May I ask for your vote and support on Sept- E E
following Senatorial District 6
: FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL thence South 1 degree 29 ember 10.
PROBATE CASE No. J N
Member of the State House of
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR minutes East 625 feet, thence R
Representatives for the
BRADFORD COUNTY. South 89 degrees 06 minutes C
In The Estate of CLARA
re:
following: No. 74-188-CP feet North 1 I am a family man with ;0..;
BELL RIDDELL deceased. Case East 400 thence a wife and three E
,
House District 25. .. E
..
.ti n '
degree 29 minutes West 248.7 daughters S
educated in "
Bradford
Board of County Commissioners High School. '.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll IN RE: The Estate of LEA M. feet, to the southerly right of I have 25 iS! ; \;: D
Districts 2 4. spent
,
years as a hard "
LAPORTE UNDERHILL line of State Road Number working suc-
1,1s.
creditors of the estate of way .'
Members of the School
Deceased. 18 thence North 46 degrees 58 cessful businessman in Bradford : '
I :
County. ti.:
CLARA BELL RIDDELL, Board, Districts 1,2, 5. Kco. 'Ii&: 7/-11'
minutes West along said right of have
served two
deceased, are hereby notified In Testimony Whereof, I have terms on the Starke City
NOTICE TO CREDITORSALL 561 feet to the point of
and required to file any claims or hereunto set my hand and affixed M. way Council and two terms on the Bradford School SEEKER
LEA
CREDITORS of beginning. All being and lying in
demands which they may have the Great Seal of the Stateof
LAPORTE UNDERHILL who Section 3, Township 7 South, Board.
against said estate in the officeof the
Florida at Tallahassee
the Circuit Judge of Bradford Capital, this the Nineteenth Day died on April 30, 1974, while a Range 19 East Bradford GOODMAN
resident of Bradford County County, Florida.at .
County at, Florida Starke, Florida in the Courthouse within of August, A. D., 1974.DOROTHY Florida, are notified that they are I am running on my own record. I will/ be

four ((4)) calendar months from W. GLISSON required to file any claims or public sale to the highest and conscientious, fair, impartial and loyal to
demands that they may have best bidder for cash at the Front the office YOUR
the date of the first publicationof SECRETARY OF STATE and the people. I will work for
her estate in the Circuit Door of the Bradford County School
against
this Notice. Each claim or 8/22 4t 912IN better cooperation between Board Mvmbvr
demand must be in writing and Court for Bradford County Courthouse, Starka Florida, the schools and

must state the place of residenceand Florida, in the Courthouse at between the legal hours of sale the community and closer relations between DISTRICT COUNTY AT LARGE

postoffice address of' the THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Starke Florida, within four ((4)) of 11:00: o'clock a.m. and 2.00 parents and teachers. I will B Years Serving
from the date the 12th continuously work You On The School Board
claimant and must be sworn to THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- calendar months o'clock p.m.on day of for better
education
by the claimant, his agent or his CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR of the first publication of this September, 1974. in keeping with the modern times and will
attorney or it will become void BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE Notice. Each claim or demand GILBERTS. BROWN, keep an open mind on the problems of education. always

according to law. NO. must be in writing and filed in CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy

July 31, 1974.Lawrence. duplicate, and must state the Beulah M MoodyDeputyaerk Remember
JAMES HAROLD EUNICE ANDJ. place of residence and post your children's education will be my first

W. Batten,Jr S. EUNICE, JR.. Plaintiffs, office address of the claimantand 1t 8/29 when you 9 0 to the polls on September 10th I concern. So.

Administrator of jhe Estate of vs. ALBERT EDWARD LANE, be sworn to be the claimant vote for School Board member. District five. sincerely I ask for your

Clara Bell Riddell, deceased Defendant. his agent or attorney or It will a Good-ma for the promise you I will be
8/15 4t 9/5 become void according to law. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT job.

NOTICE OF ACTION DATED this 13th day of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

August, A. D., 1974. FLORIDA IN AND FOR

The City of Hampton is now ToSP4: Albert Edward Lane BRADFORD COUNTY.In .

accepting bids for their Mowing 263862381 O. J.UNDERHILLBy

Contract which will run from ABTRY 1/81 Fa : Ray D, Helpling SincarjrOy
Oct. 74 Oct. 75. The following A.P.O. New York 09036 Attorney for Administrator Re: The Marriage of LOUIS
'
stipulations were attached to the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an HUGH SHOCKLEY husband I.,
contract by the Street Committee action to enforce a lien on the SCRUGGS CARMICHAEL, and VIOLETA FERNANDEZ i j -ofegu

: following property in Bradford LONG, TOMUNSON, ROS TUCKER SHOC LEY, wife.

1, All City-owned right-of- County Florida: COW, PRIDGEON &LANGDOfv NOTICEOFSUIT (!Pollllcal Advertisement, Paid for by S..b.r D. Goodman) Goodman *--

way must be mowed. Including NO PROPERTY



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AMENDMENTS PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL TO BE VOTED ON


NOVEMBER 5 1974 Constitutional Amendments I Ibe



NOTICE OF ELECTION
refunded as provided by law without vote of the electors at a lower or junior college district for the school fiscal year 1968-69 computed in

net average interest cost rate by the issuance of bonds maturing not the manner heretofore provided by general law, or ((2)) the number of instruction

WHEREAS The Legislature under the later than the obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues only.c units in such school district, including growth units, or junior

Constitution of college district for the school fiscal year computed in the manner here
the State of Florida
MOTOR FUEL TAXES.
( ) VEHICLE
tofore hereafter the state
or provided by general! law and approved by

passed Joint Resolutions proposing amendments ((1)) A state tax, designated "second gas tax," of two cents per gallon board of education (hereinafter called the state board), or ((3)) the

to the Constitution of the State of upon gasoline and other like products of petroleum and an equivalent tax number of instruction units in each school district, including growth units,

Florida and they did determine and direct -. upon other sources of energy used to propel motor vehicles as levied or junior college district on behalf of which the state board has issued
by Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, is bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates under this amendment
that the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto hereby continued for a period of forty consecutive years. The proceedsof which will produce sufficient revenues under this amendment to equalone

the electors of the State of Florida at said tax shall be placed monthly in the state roads distribution fundin and twelve-hundredths ((1.12)) times the aggregate amount of principalof
the state treasury. and interest on all bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
the General Election to be held on November 5 issued under this amendment which will mature and become due in such

1974 ; (2) Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, year, computed in the manner heretofore or hereafter provided by generallaw
is adopted by this reference as a part of this revision as completely as and approved by the state board.
though incorporated herein verbatim for the purpose of providing that
NOW ((4)) Such funds so distributed shall be administered by the state board
THEREFORE I DOROTHY W. GLISSON
after the effective date of this revision the proceeds of the "second gas
H* now created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the State
Secretary of State of the State of Florida tax" as referred to therein shall be allocated among the several countiesin
Electionwill accordance with the formula stated therein to the extent necessaryto Constitution as revised in 1968, or by such other instrumentality of the
do hereby give notice that General
a comply with all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds, state which shall hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties and
be held in each in Florida functions of the state board the duties and functionsof
County on revenue certificates and tax anticipation certificates or any refundings including powers,
the First Tuesday after the First Monday in, thereof secured by any portion of the "second gas tax." the state board provided in this amendment. For the purposes of
this amendment, said state board shall be a body corporate and shall have
November, which date is November 5 1974 for ((3)) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula statedin all the powers provided in this amendment in addition to all other constitutional

the ratification or rejection of the Joint Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall and statutory powers related to the purposes of this amendment
be pledged as security for any obligation hereafter issued or entered
Resolutions heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said state board.
proposing amendments to the into, except that any outstanding obligations previously issued pledging

Constitution of the State of Florida ; viz : revenues allocated under said Article IX, Section 16, may be refundedat ((5)) The state board shall, in addition to its other constitutional and

a lower net average interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding statutory powers, have the management, control and supervision of the

Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolutions bonds, maturing not later than the obligations refunded, secured by the proceeds of the first part of the revenues derived from the licensingof

No 2289 and 2984 same revenues and any other security authorized in paragraph (5)) of motor vehicles provided for in this subsection (d). The state board
this subsection. shall also have power, for the purpose of obtaining funds for the use
JOINT RESOLUTION
proposing an amendment to Section 9 of
of any school board of any school district or board of trustees of any
Article XII of the State Constitution, providing that the revenue de- ((4) Subject to the of this
requirements paragraph ((2)) of subsectionand junior college district in acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling -
rived from the gross receipts taxes levied in chapter 203, Florida Stat- after of administrative
the
payment "second tax"shall
expenses, gas
improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, reno-
utes, shall be used for capital outlay projects for the state systemof be allocated to the account of each of the several counties in the vating, or repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes to Is-

public education; and to correct inadvertent errors in subsectiond amounts to be determined as follows: There shall be an initial alloca- sue bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, and also to

( ) thereof. tion of one-fourth in the ratio of county area to state area, onefourthin issue such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates to pay,

fa It Resolved bj/ the Legislature of the State of Florida: the ratio of the total county population to the total population of fund or refund any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
the state in accordance with the latest available federal census, and one- theretofore issued by said state board. All such bonds or motor vehicle
That the following amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State half in the ratio of the total "second gas tax" collected on retail sales or tax anticipation certificates shall bear interest at not exceeding five per

Constitution:: is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the use in each county to the total collected in all counties of the state centum per annum, or such higher Interest rate as may be authorizedby

Mate for approval or rejection at the next general election to be held during the previous fiscal year. If the annual debt service requirementsof statute heretofore or hereafter passed by a three-fifths ((3/5)) vote

November 1974. any obligations issued for any county, including any deficiencies for of each house of the legislature. All such bonds shall mature serially in

ARTICLE XII prior years, secured under paragraph ((2)) of this subsection, exceedsthe annual installments commencing not more than three ((3)) years from the

amount which would be allocated to that county under the formulaset date of issuance thereof and ending not later than thirty ((30)) years

SCHEDULESection out in this paragraph, the amounts allocated to other counties shall from the date of issuance, or July 1, 2007, A.D., whichever is earlier.

be reduced proportionately. All such motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall mature prior to
9. BOllds.Substantial .
((5) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2) and ((4)) of this subsection : July 1, 2007, A.D. The state board shall have power to determine all

( rewording of subsection (a). See 9a) of Article XII, shall be administered by the state board of administration create > other details of said bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi-

State Constitution for present text.: ) under said Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amei\4\ cates and to sell at public sale after public advertisement, or exchangesaid
bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, upon such terms
(a) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES. and which is continued as a body corporate for the life of this subsection9c and conditions as the state board shall provide.
). The board shall remit the proceeds of the "second gas tax" in each
((1)) Article IX, Section 17, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, county account for use in said county as follows: eighty per cent to the ((6)) The state board shall also have power to pledge for the paymentof

it existed immediately before this Constitution, as revised in 1968, state agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent to the principal of and interest on such bonds or motor vehicle tax
came effective, is adopted by this reference as a part of this revision certificates bonds refunding motor
the governing body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county anticipation including refunding or
completely as though incorporated herein verbatim, except revenue may be increased by general law. The proceeds of the "second gas tax"subject vehicle tax anticipation certificates, all or any part from the anticipated
nds, revenue certificates or other evidences of indebtedness hereafter Is- to allocation to the several counties under this paragraph ((5)) revenues to be derived from the licensing of motor vehicles provided for

ed thereunder may be issued by the agency of the state so authorized byw. shall be used first, for the payment of obligations pledging revenues in this amendment and to enter into any covenants and other agreementswith

allocated pursuant to Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, the holders of such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates -

((2)) That portion of Article XII, Section 9, Subsection (a) of this as amended, and any refundings thereof; second, for the payment of at the time of the issuance thereof concerning the security thereof
mstitution, as amended, which by reference adopted Article XII, Sectionof debt service on bonds issued as provided by this paragraph ((5)) to finance and the rights of the holders thereof, all of which covenants and agree

the Constitution of 188S, as amended, as the same existed im- the acquisition and construction of roads as defined by law; and ments shall constitute legally binding and irrevocable contracts with
3diately before the effective date of this amendment is adopted by third, for the acquisition and construction of roads. When authorizedby such holders and shall be fully enforceable by such holders in any courtof
law state bonds the full faith and credit of the state competent jurisdiction.
is reference as part of this revision as completely as though incorporatedrein pledging maybe
verbatim, for the purpose of providing that after the effective issued without any election: ((1)i) to refund obligations secured by any ((7)) No such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall

te of this amendment all of ,the proceeds of therevenues derived from portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to a county under Article IX, ever be issued by the state board until after the adoption of a resolu-
'e gross receipts taxes, as therein defined, collected in each year shall Section 16'of Constitution''of' 1885, as amended; (iI) to financethe tion requesting the issuance thereof by the school board of the school

applied as provided therein to the extent necessary to, comply with all acquisition and construction of roads in a county when approved by district or board of trustees of the junior college district on behalf of

ligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds or certificates is- the governing body of the county and the state agency supervising the which the obligations are to be issued. The state board of education

ed before the effective date of this amendment or any refundings there. state road system; and (iii) to refund obligations secured by any por- shall limit the amount of such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation

which are secured by such gross receipts taxes. No bonds or other tion of the "second gas tax" allocated under paragraph 9c) ((4)). No such certificates which can be issued, on behalf of any school district o>
bonds shall be issued unless a state fiscal agency created by law has
be issued pursuant to the provisions of Article XII,
ligations may junior college district to ninety percent (90%) of the which determines
ction 19, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, but this provisionall made a determination that in no state fiscal year will the debt service can be serviced amount it
not be construed to prevent the refunding of any such outstandingnds requirements of the bonds and all other bonds secured by the pledged junior college district by the revenue accruing to the school districtor
subsection portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to the county exceed seventy- under the provisions of this amendment, and
or obligations! pursuant to the provisions of this (a) ((2)) such determination shall be
five per cent of the Iledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocatedto conclusive. All such bonds or motor vehicle
Subject to the requirements of the first paragraph of this subsection that county for the preceeding state fiscal year, of the pledged net tax anticipation certificates shall be Issued In the name of the state

(a(2)) ( ), beginning July 1, 1975, and for fifty years thereafter, all of tolls from existing facilities collected in the preceding state fiscal far, board of education but shall be issued for and on behalf of the school
the proceeds of the revenues derived from the gross receipts taxes col- and of the annual average net tolls anticipated during the first five years board of the school district or board of trustees of the junior college district

lected from every person, including municipalities, as provided' and leviedas of operation of new projects to be financed. Bonds issued pursuant to requesting the issuance thereof, and no election or approval of
of the time of adoption of this subsection (a) ((2)) in chapter 203, Flor- this subsection shall be payable primarily from the pledged tolls and qualified electors shall be required for the issuance thereof.

ida Statutes, (hereinafter called ross receipts taxes"), shall, as col- portions of the "second gas tax" allocated to that county. ((8)) The state board shall in each year use the funds distributable

(d) SCHOOL BONDS. pursuant to this amendment to the credit of each school district or junior
lected, be placed In a trust fund to be known as the "public education college district only in the following manner and in order of priority:
capital outlay and debt service trust fund" in the state treasury (here- ((1)) Article XII, Section 9, Subsection (d) of this constitution, as
inafter referred to as "capital outlay fund"), and used only as provided amended, (which, by reference, adopted Article XII, Section 18, of the section a. To comply with the requirements of paragraph ((1)) of this sub
(d).
herein. Constitution' 1885, as amended) as the same existed Immediately before
of this amendment is adopted by this reference
the effective date as
The capital outlay fund shall be administered by the state board of b. To pay all amounts of principal and interest maturing in such
of this amendment as completely as though incorporated herein
education as created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the part year on any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued
verbatim for the of providing that after the effective date of
,
purpose
Constitution of Florida as revised in 1968 (hereinafter referred to as under the authority hereof, including refunding bonds or motor vehicle
of the derived from the
this amendment the first proceeds revenues
"state board"), or by such other instrumentality of the state which shall tax anticipation certificates, issued on behalf of the school board of such
licensing of motor vehicles as referred to therein shall be distributed an-
the duties and functions of the school district or board of trustees of such junior district
hereafter succeed by law to powers, college ; subject,
nually among the several counties in the ratio of the number of instruc-
state board, including the powers, duties and functions of the state however, to any covenants or agreements made by the state board concerning -
tion units in each county, the same being cotermlnus with the school
board provided in this subsection (a) ((2)). The state board shall be a body each in Article IX Section 4, Subsectiona the rights between holders of different issues of such bonds or
district of county as provided ,
and shall have all the powers provided herein in addition to motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, as herein authorized.c. .
corporate ( ) of this constitution, in each year computed as provided therein to
all other constitutional and statutory powers related to the purposes of the extent necessary to comply with all obligations to or for the benefitof To establish and maintain
a sinking fund funds
law to future
heretofore or hereafter conferred by upon or meet
this subsection (a(2)( )
holders of bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued requirements for
created by the Constitution of 1885, debt service or reserves therefor, on bonds or motor
its predecessor
the state board, 411' of this amendment refundings thereof
before the effective date or any vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued on behalf of the school boardof
as amended. which are secured by any portion of such revenues derived from the such school district or board of trustees of such junior college district

State bonds pledging the full faith and credit of the state may be issued licensing of motor vehicles. under the authority hereof, whenever the state board shall deem It

without a vote of the electors, by the state board pursuant to law ((2)) No funds anticipated to be distributed annually among the sev- necessary or advisable, and in such amounts and under such terms and

to finance or refinance capital projects theretofore authorized by the eral counties under the formula stated in Article XII, Section 9, Sub- conditions as the state board shall in its discretion determine.

legislature, and any purposes appurtenant or incidental thereto, for the section (d) of this constitution, as amended, as the same existed Im-
state system of public education provided for in Section 1 of Article IX d. To distribute annually to the several school boards of the school

of this Constitution (hereinafter referred to as "state system"), includ- mediately before the effective date of this amendment shall be pledgedas districts or the boards of trustees of the Junior college districts for use

ing but not limited to institutions of higher learning, junior colleges, vo- security for any obligations hereafter issued or entered into, except in payment of debt service on bonds heretofore or hereafter issued by

cational technical schools, or public schools, as now defined or as may that any outstanding obligations previously Issued pledging such funds any such school boards of the school districts or boards of trustees of

hereafter be defined by law. All such bonds shall mature not later than may be refunded at a lower net average interest cost rate by the issuance the junior college districts where the proceeds of the bonds were used,

July 1, 2025. All other details of such bonds shall be as provided by law of refunding bonds maturing not later than the obligations refunded, or are to be used, in the acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling -


or by the proceedings authorizing such bonds; provided, however, thatno secured by the same revenues and any other security authorized in para- improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, reno
bonds, except refunding bonds, shall be issued, and no proceeds shall graph ((13)) of this subsection (d). vating, or repairing of capital outlay projects in such school districtsor

be expended for the cost of any capital project, unless such project has ((3)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((1)) of this subsectiond junior college districts and which capital outlay projects have been
approved the
by
been authorized by the legislature. ( ) beginning July 1, 1973 and for thirty-five years thereafter, the first of the school board of the school district or board of trustees
junior college district
pursuant to the most recent
Bonds issued pursuant to this subsection (a)((2)) shall be primarily pay- proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehiclesto surveys conducted under regulations prescribed by the state surveyor board to
and shall be the extent to with the provisions of this amend-
taxes comply
necessary
derived from gross receipts determine the
able from such revenues capital outlay needs of the school district or junior college
additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the state. No such ment, shall, as collected, be placed monthly in the school district and district. The state board shall have power at the time of Issuance of
and debt service fund in the state
percent of the junior college district capital outlay
exceeding ninety
I issued in an amount bonds by school board
bonds shall ever >* any any of any school district or board of trusteesof
the treasury and used only provided in this amendment. Such revenue
be serviced by revenues as
amount which the state board determines can and any Junior college district to covenant and agree with such school
thereafter under the shall be distributed annually among the several school districts
derived from the gross receipts taxes accruing board or board of trustees as to the rank and priority of payments to
determination shall be junior college districts in the ratio of the number of instruction unitsin '.
(a(2)) ), and such be made for
provisions of this subsection different issues of bonds under this subparagraph d., and
each school district or junior college district in each year computedas
conclusive.The the first derived from the may further agree that any amounts to be distributed under this sub-
provided herein. The amount of revenues
fund in each fiscal year shall be and dis- paragraph d. may be pledged for the debt service on bonds issued by any
ia the capital outlay state motor vehicle license taxes to be so set aside in each year
moneys
and in the following order of school board of any school district or board of trustees of any junior college J
in the aggregate
used only for the following purposes tributed as provided herein shall be an amount equal
'I total district and for the rank and priority of such pledge. Any such covenants I
priority! to the product of six hundred dollars ($600) multiplied by the II I

((1) For the payment of the principal of and interest on any bonds number of instruction units in all the school districts of Florida for or agreements of the state board may be enforced by any holders
fiscal ; the school fiscal year 1967-68, plus an amount equal in the aggregate of such bonds in any court of competent jurisdiction.
in such year
maturing to the product of eight hundred dollars ((1800)) multiplied by the total
((2) For the deposit into any reserve funds provided for in the pro- number of instruction units In all the school districts of Florida for e. To distribute annually to the several school boards of the school

ceedings authorizing the issuance of bonds of any amounts required to the school fiscal year 1972.73 and for each school fiscal year thereafter districts or boards of trustees of the junior college districts for the
such reserve funds In such fiscal year; of such instruction units In all payment of the cost of acquiring
be deposited in which is in excess of the total number i building, constructing, altering, remodeling -
of the cost of any the school districts the school fiscal 1967-68, such improving, enlarging, furnishing
((8)) For direct payment of the cost or any part of Florida for year equipping, maintaining, renovating
capital project for the state system theretofore authorized by the legislature excess units being designated "growth units." The amount of the first or repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes in
for the purchase or redemption of outstanding bonds in accordance : revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license taxes to be so such school district or Junior college district as shall be requested by

or with the provisions of the proceedings which authorized the set aside in each year and distributed as provided herein shall addi- resolution of the school board of the school district or board of trustees

Issuance of such bonds.b tionally be an amount equal in the aggregate to the product of four of the junior college district.

hundred dollars ($400)) multiplied by the total number of instruction f. When all major
( ) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds to finance the cost of units in all Junior college districts of Florida. The number of instruction college district have been capital outlay needs of a school district or Junior
to the date this revision becomes ef- each for the met as determined by the state board, on the
state capital projects issued prior units in each school district or junior college district in year basis of a made
fective, including projects of the Florida state turnpike authority or its purposes of thl amendment shall be the greater of ((1)) the number of survey pursuant to regulations of the state board and

successor but excluding all portions of the state highway system, may Instruction units In each school district' for the school fiscal year 1967.68



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approved by the state board, all such funds remaining shall be distributed Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, is herebycontinued under this amendment which will mature and become due in such year law,

annually and used for such school purposes in ouch school district or until January 1, toss for a period e* &Hy conaeoutivo yeere. computed in the manner heretofore or hereafter provided by general

junior college district an the school board of the school district or boardof The proceeds of said tax shall be placed monthly in the state roads die- and approved by the state board.

trustees of the junior college district shall determine, or as may be tribution fund in the state treasury. the state boardas
administered by
((4)) Such funds so distributed shall be
provided by general law. Section 2 of Article IX of the State
((2) Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, is now created and constituted by
(9)) Capital outlay projects of a school district or junior college district adopted by this reference as a part of this revision as completely as though Constitution as revised in 1968, or by such other instrumentality of the

shall be eligible to participate in the funds accruing under this incorporated herein verbatim for the purpose of providing that after the state which shall hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties and

amendment and derived from the proceeds of bonds and motor vehicle effective date of this revision the proceeds of the "second gas tax" as I functions of the state board, including the powers, duties and functionsof
tax anticipation ceitificates and from the motor vehicle license taxes, only the state board provided in this amendment. For the purposes of this

In the order of priority of needs, as shown by a survey or surveys con- referred to therein shall be allocated among the several counties in accord- amendment, said state board shall be a body corporate and shall have all

ducted in the school district or junior college district under regulations ance with the formula stated therein to the extent necessary to comply with the powers provided in this amendment in addition to all other constitutional i

prescribed by the state board, to determine the capital outlay needs of all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds, revenue certificatesand and statutory powers related to the purposes of this amendment I

the school district or junior college district and approved by the state tax: anticipation certificates or any refundings thereof secured by any heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said state board.

board; provided that the priority of such projects may be changed from portion of the "second gas tax."

time to time upon the request of the school board of the school district ((5)) The state board shall, in addition to its other constitutional and
((3)) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula stated in control and supervision of the
or board of trustees of the junior college district and with the approvalof statutory powers, have the management,
Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall be
of
derived from the licensing
shall proceeds of the first part of the revenues
the state board; and provided further, that this paragraph ((9))
not in any manner affect any covenant, agreement or pledge made by pledged as security for any obligation hereafter issued or entered into, ex- motor vehicles provided for in this subsection (d). The state board shall
cept that any outstanding obligations previously issued pledging revenues also have for the of obtaining funds for the use of any
the state board in the issuance by said state board of any bonds or power, purpose
motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, or in connection with the issuance allocated under said Article IX, Section 16, may be refunded at a lower( net school board of any school district or board of trustees of any junior
average interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding bonds, maturingnot constructing, altering, remodeling,
of any bonds of any school board of any school district, or boardof college district in acquiring, building,
later than the obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues and maintaining renovating, or
trustees of junior college district. improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, ,
any
any other security authorized: in paragraph ((5) of this subsection. repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes to issue bonds or

(10)) The state board may invest any sinking fund or funds created motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, and also to Issue such bonds or
) Subject to the this subsection
((4) of
pursuant to this amendment in direct obligations of the United Statesof requirements of paragraph ((2))
America or in the bonds or. motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi- and after payment of administrative expenses, the "second gas tax" shall motor vehicle tax: anticipation certificates to pay, fund or refund any

cates, issued by the state board on behalf of the school board of any be allocated to the account of each of the several counties in the amountsto bonds or motor vehicle tax: anticipation certificates theretofore issued by
be said state board. All such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi-
determined
school district or board of trustees of any junior college district. as follows: There shall be an initial allocation of one-
fourth in the ratio of county area to state area, one-fourth in the ratioof cates shall bear interest at not exceeding five per centum per annum, or

(11)) The state board shall have power to make and enforce all rules the total county population to the total population of the state in accord- such higher interest rate as may be authorized by statute heretofore or

and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the powers herein ance with the latest available federal census, and one-half in the ratioof hereafter passed by a three-fifths (3/5)) vote of each house of the legis-

granted and no legislation shall be required to render this amendment the total "second gas tax" collected on retail sales or use in each, countyto lature. All such bonds shall mature serially in annual Installments commencing

of full force and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the the total collected in all counties of the state during the previous fiscal not more than three ((3)) years from the date of Issuance thereof

levies of said motor vehicle license taxes during the life of this amend year. If the annual debt service requirements of any obligations) issued and ending not later than thirty ((30)) years from the date of issuance,

ment to any degree which will fail to provide the full amount necessary for any county, including any deficiencies for prior years, secured under or July 1, 2007, A.D., whichever is earlier. All such motor vehicle tax

to comply with the provisions of this amendment and pay the necessary paragraph ((2)) of this subsection, exceeds the amount which would be allo- anticipation certificates shall mature prior to July 1, 2007, A.D. The state

expenses of administering the laws relating to the licensing of motor cated to that county under the formula set out in this paragraph, the board shall have power to determine all other details of said bonds or

vehicles, and shall not enact any law having: the effect of withdrawing the amounts allocated to other counties shall be reduced proportionately. motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates and to sell at public sale after

proceeds of such motor vehicle license taxes from the operation of this public advertisement, or exchange said bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation
amendment and shall not enact any law impairing or materially alteringthe ((5) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2)) and ((4)) of this subsection certificates, upon such terms and conditions as the state board shall
shall be administered by the state board of administration created under
rights of the holders of any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation provide.
said Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, and
certificates issued pursuant to this amendment or impairing or altering,
which is continued as a body corporate for the life of this subsection 9c). (6)) The state board shall also have power to pledge for the paymentof
board such bond.
the in
covenant or agreement of state as provided
any The board shall remit the proceeds of the "second gas tax" in each county the principal of and interest on such bonds or motor vehicle tax antici-
vehicle certificates.
or motor tax anticipation
account for use in said county as follows: eighty per cent to the state pation certificates, including refunding bonds or refunding motor vehicle

((12)) The state board shall have power: to appoint such persons and agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent to the gov- tax anticipation certificates, all or any part from the anticipated revenuesto

fix their compensation for the administration of the provisions of this erning body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county may be derived from the licensing of motor vehicles provided for in this

amendment as it shall deem necessary, and the expenses of the state be increased by general law. The proceeds of the "second gas tax" subjectto amendment and to enter into any covenants and other agreements with

board in administering the provisions of this amendment shall be pro- allocation to the several counties under this paragraph ((5)) shall be the holders of such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation! certificates at

rated among the various school districts and junior college districts and used first, for the payment of obligations pledging revenues allocated pur- the time of the issuance! thereof concerning the security thereof and the

paid out of the proceeds of the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation suant to Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, rights of the holders thereof, all of which covenants and agreements shall

certificates or from the funds distributable to each school district or and any refundings thereof; second, for the payment of debt service on constitute legally binding and irrevocable contracts with such holders and

junior college district on the same basis as such motor vehicle license bonds issued as provided by this paragraph ((5)) to finance the acquisitionand shall be fully enforceable by such holders in any court of competent

taxes are distributable to the various school districts or junior college construction of roads and other transportation facilities, including jurisdiction.

districts under the provisions of this amendment. Interest or profit on terminals, as defined by law; and third, for the acquisition and construc- ((7)) No such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall
fund investments shall to the school districts tion of roads and to the extent permitted law other
sinking accrue or junior by federal transportation
ever be issued by the state board until after the adoption of a resolution
districts in to their respective equities in the facilities. When authorized law state bonds the full
college proportion sinking by pledging faith
requesting the issuance thereof by the school board of the school districtor
fund funds. and credit of the state be issued without election
or may any : (i) to( refund
board of trustees of the junior college district on behalf of which the
obligations secured by of the "second tax" allocated
((13)) Bonds issued by the state eetael board pursuant to this sub any portion gas to a obligations are to be issued. The state board of education shall limit the
under Article IX Section 16 of the Constitution
county of 1885, as amended
section (d) shall be payable primarily from said motor vehicle license amount of such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates whichcan
ii to finance the and !
; ( ) acquisition construction of roads and other
taxes as provided herein, and if heretofore or hereafter authorized by be issued on behalf of any school district or junior college district to
law, may be additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of transportation facilities in a county when approved by the governing bodyof ninety percent (90()%) of the amount which it determines can be servicedby
the and the state the
county agency supervising state road system; and
the state without an election. When heretofore or hereafter authorized by the revenue accruing to the school district or junior college district
(iii) to refund obligations secured by of the "second
portion tax"allocated
any
gas under the of this amendment and such determination shall be
provisions
law, bonds issued pursuant to Article XII, Section 18 of the Constitutionof ,
under paragraph 9c( ) ((4)). No such bonds shall be issued unlessa
1885, as amended prior to 1968, and bonds issued pursuant to Article conclusive. All such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificatesshall
XII, Section 9, subsection (d) of the Constitution as revised in 1968, and state fiscal agency created by law has made a determination that in no be issued in the name of the state board of education but shall be

bonds issued pursuant to this subsection (d), may be refunded by the state fiscal year will the debt service requirements of the bonds and all issued for and on behalf of the school board rf: the school district or boardof

issuance of bonds additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the other bonds secured by the pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated trustees of the junior college district requesting the Issuance thereof,

state only at a lower net average interest cost rate.e to the county and the other pledged revenues, if any, exceed seventy- and no election or approval of qualified electors shall be required for the
five per cent of the pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to issuance thereof.

( ) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds issued pursuant to this Section 9 that county for the preceding state fiscal year, of the pledged net tolls

of Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pur- from existing facilities collected in the preceding state fiscal year, enact ((8)) The state board shall in each year use the funds distributable

suant to this section shall not be included in applying the limits upon of the annual average net tolls anticipated during the first five years of pursuant to this amendment to the credit of each school district or junior

the amount of state bonds contained in Section 11, Article VII, of this operation of new projects to be financed, and the amount of any other college district only in the following manner and in order of priority:

revision.f legally available pledged revenues that accrued in the preceding state
a. To comply with the requirements of paragraph ((1) of this sub-
fiscal /year. Bonds issued pursuant to this subsection shall be payable primarily -
If the election which this amendment section (d).
( ) at general at is adopted,
[ from the pledged tolls and portions of the "second gas tax" allocated
there is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the
proposed
to that county, together with any other pledged revenues that maybe b. To pay all amounts of principal and interest maturing in such yearon
language of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein, then such
legally available for tuck purpose.d any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued under
other language as to subsection (a) shall prevail over the language of
the authority hereof, Including refunding bonds or motor vehicle tax
subsection (a) as contained herein.g ( ) SCHOOL BONDS.
anticipation certificates, issued on behalf of the school board of such

( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, ((1)) Article XII, Section 9, subsection (d) of this constitution, as amended school district or board of trustees of such junior college district; subject,

there is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed (which, by reference, adopted Article XII, Section 18, of the Consti- however, to any covenants or agreements made by the state board concerning

language of subsection (d) differs from that contained herein, then such tution of 1885, as amended) as the same existed immediately before the the rights between holders of different issues of such bonds or

other language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d) as contained effective date of this amendment is adopted by this reference as part of this motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, as herein authorized.c. .
herein.h .
amendment as completely as though incorporated herein verbatim, for the
To establish and maintain a sinking fund or funds to meet future
( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, purpose of providing that after the effective date of this amendment the
requirements for debt service or therefor, on bonds or motor
reserves
there it alto adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed first proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehiclesas
vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued on behalf of the school boardof
language of subsection (c) differs from that contained heroin, then such referred to therein shall be distributed annually among the several coun-
such school district or board of trustees of such junior college district
other language as to subsection (c) shall prevail over the language of ties in the ratio of the number of instruction units in each county, the
under the authority hereof, whenever the state board shall deem it
necessaryor
subsection (c) as contained herein. This amendment shall take effectas same being coterminus with the school district of each county as providedin
advisable, and in such amounts and under such terms and conditionsas
of July 1, 197S. Article IX, Section 4, Subsection (a) of this constitution, in each year
the state board shall in its discretion determine.d. .
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the require computed as provided therein to the extent necessary to comply with all

ments of section 101.161, Florida Statutes, the substance of the amend obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds or motor vehicle tax To distribute annually to the several school boards of the school districts

ment proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows: anticipation certificates issued before the effective date of this amendmentor or the boards of trustees of the junior college districts for use in

any refundings thereof which are secured by any portion, of such rev- of debt service bonds heretofore hereafter issued
Proposes an amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Con- payment on or by any
stitution to: enues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles. such school boards of the school districts or boards of trustees of the

junior college districts where the proceeds of the bonds were used, or are
((2)) No funds anticipated to be distributed annually among the sew
school construction at area vocationaltechnical -
Continue today's program
to be used In the
acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling,
centers, community colleges, and universities, and extend the pro- eral counties under the formula stated in Article XII, Section 9, Subsec-
improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating, or
bonds tion (d) of this constitution, as amended as the same existed immediatelybefore
,
gram to include the K-12 public schools, supported by payable repairing of capital outlay projects in such school districts or junior
from the gross receipts taxes, pledging the full faith and credit of the the effective date of this amendment shall be pledged as securityfor college districts and which capital outlay projects have been approved by
obligations hereafter issued entered into, except that any out-
any or
state. the school board of the school
district or board of trustees of the junior
standing obligations previously issued pledging such funds may be refundedat
Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 3522A college district, pursuant to the most recent survey or surveys conducted
a lower net average interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding
under regulations prescribed by the state board to determine the capital
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 9 of Article bonds maturing not later than the obligations refunded, secured by the
outlay needs of the school district
district. The
or junior college state
XII of the State Constitution relating to bonds for transportation facil- same revenues and any other security authorized in paragraph ((13)) of
ities. board shall have power at the time of Issuance of any bonds by any school
this subsection (d).
board of any school district or board of trustees of any junior college district -

Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida: ((3)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((1)) of this subsection (d) to covenant and agree with such school board or board of trustees as

beginning July 1, 1973 and for thirty-five years thereafter, the first proceeds to the rank and priority of payments to be made for different issues of
That the amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Consti- of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles to the bonds under this subparagraph d., and may further agree that any amounts

tution set forth below is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of extent necessary to comply with the provisions of this amendment, shall, to be distributed under this subparagraph d. may be pledged for the debt

November Florida for 1974 approval or rejection at the general election to be held in as collected, be placed monthly in the school district and junior college service on !bonds issued by any school board of any school district or boardof

: district capital outlay and debt service fund in the state treasury and used trustees of any junior college district and for the rank and priority of

ARTICLE XII only as provided In this amendment. Such revenue shall be distributed such pledge. Any such covenants or agreements of the state board may be

annually among the several school districts and junior college districts in enforced by any holders of such bonds in any court of competent juris

SCHEDULESECTION the ratio of the number of instruction units in each school district or diction.

junior college district in each computed as provided herein. The
9. Bonds.a year
e. To distribute annually to the several school boards of the school districts
amount of the first revenues derived from the state motor 'vehicle license
or boards of trustees of the junior college districts for the paymentof
( ) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES. Article IX, Section 17, of the Con- taxes to be so set aside In each year and distributed as provided herein the cost of
acquiring building
constructing, altering, remodeling Im-
,
stitution of 1885, as amended, as it existed of six hundred
immediately before
this Con- shall be an amount equal' in the aggregate to the product
proving, enlarging, furnishing
equipping maintaining
renovating
,
stitution, as revised in 1968, became effective is this instruction units in all or repairing -
adopted by referenceas number of
dollars ($600)) multiplied by the total of capital outlay projects for school purposes in such school districtor
a part of this revision as completely as though incorporated herein fiscal 1967-68, plus an
the school districts of Florida for the school year junior college district as shall be requested by resolution of the school
verbatim
except revenue bonds, revenue certificates or other evidences of amount equal in tho aggregate to the product of eight hundred dollars
board of the school district or board of trustees of the junior college
indebtedness hereafter issued thereunder may be issued by the agency of ($800)) multiplied by the total number of instruction units in all the school district.f. .

the state 10 authorized by law. districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1972.73 and for each school

Article XII, Section 19, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, as It fiscal year thereafter which is in excess of tho total number of such When all major capital outlay needs of a school district or junior

existed immediately before this revision becomes effective, is adopted by instruction units in all the school districts of Florida for the school"fiscal college district have been met as determined by the state board, on the

this reference as a part of this revision as completely as though Incor- year 1967.68, such excess units being designated "growth units. The basis of a survey made pursuant to regulations\ of the state board and

porated herein verbatim, except bonds or tax anticipation certificates here- amount of the first revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license approved by the state board, all such funds remaining shall be distributed -

after issued thereunder may bear interest not in excess of five percent taxes to be so set aside in each year and distributed as provided herein annually and used for such school purposes in such school districtor

((5%) per annum or such higher interest as may be authorized by statute shall additionally be an amount equal in the aggregate to the productof junior college district as the school board of the school district or

passed by a three-fifths ((3/5) vote of each house of the legislature. No four hundred dollars ($ 00)) multiplied by the total number of instruction board of trustees the junior college district shall determine, or as may

revenue bonds or tax anticipation certificates shall be issued pursuant units in all Junior college districts of Florida. The number cf Instruction be provided by general law.

thereto after June 30 1975. units in each school district or junior college district in each year
for the purposes of this amendment shall be the greater of (1)) the numberof ((9)) Capital outlay projects of a school district or junior college dis-

(b) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds to finance the cost of state instruction units in each school district for the school fiscal year. trict shall be eligible to participate in the funds accruing under this

capital projects issued prior to the date this revision becomes effective, 1967.68 or junior college district for the school fiscal year 1968-69 computed amendment and derived from the proceeds of bonds and motor vehicle tax

including projects of the Florida state turnpike authority or its successor in the manner heretofore provided by general law, or ((2) the num- anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license taxes, only In

but excluding all portions of the state highway system, may be refundedas ber of instruction units in such school district, including growth units, or the order of priority of needs, as shown by a survey or surveys conductedin

provided by law without vote of the electors at lower net average junior college district for the school fiscal year computed in the manner the school district or junior college district under regulations\ prescribed

interest cost rate by the issuance of bonds maturing not later than the heretofore or hereafter provided by general law and approved by the state by the state board to determine the capital outlay needs of the school

obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues only.c board of education (hereinafter called the state board), or (3)) the numberof district or junior college district and approved by the state board; provided

Instruction units in eirh school district, including growth units, or that the priority of such projects may be changed from time to time

( ) MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXES. junior college district on behalf of which the state board has l issued bondsor upon the request of the school board of the school district or board of

motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates under this amendment which trustees of the junior college district and with the approval of the state

((1) A state tax, designated "second gas tax," of two cents per gallon will produce sufficient revenues under this amendment to equal one and board; and provided further, that this paragraph (9) shall not In any

upon gasoline and other like product of petroleum and an equivalent tax twelve-hundredths ((1.12) times the aggregate amount of principal of and manner affect any covenant agreement or pledge made by the state board

upon other sources of energy used to propel motor vehicles as levied by Interest on all bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates Issued




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in the issuance by said state board of any bonds or motor vehicle tax removal
urith 'the cz.r1c.ol the supreme court recommending or public
anticipation certificates, or in connection with the I Issuance of bonds Property situate within municipalities
any (h) TAXESLIMITATION.; : reprimand at which time such proceedings shall become public record.
of any school board of any school district or board of trustees of any shall not be subject to taxation for services rendered by the county ex-

junior college district. clusively for the benefit of the property or residents in unincorporatedareas. (.) The commission shall have access to ail information from all executive -
legislative and judicial agencies subject to the rules of the commis
(10) The state board may invest any sinking fund or funds created .
sion. On request of the speaker of the house of representatives or the governor
pursuant to this amendment in direct obligations of the United States of ORDINANCES. Each county ordinance shall be filed
in
(i) COUNTY the commission shall make available information for use consideration
America or In the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificatea.Ipued of state and shall become effective at such time there- respectively.
with the secretary of impeachment or suspension,
by the sate board on behalf of the school board of any school district is provided by general law.j .
or board of trustees of any junior college district. after as .*.. (f) Upon recommendation of two-thirds of the members of the
(j) VIOLATION OF ORDINANCES. Persons violating county ordi- Judicial qualification commission the supreme court may order that the
((11) The state board shall have power to make and enforce all rules and punished as provided by law.k be removed
nances shall be prosecuted justice or judge be disciplined by appropriate reprimand or
and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the herein granted
legislation shall be required to powers SEAT. In every county there shall be a county seat from office with termination of compensation for willful or persistent fail-
and no render this amendment of full force ( ) COUNTY member of
his duties for other conduct unbecoming a
and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the levies of said at which shall be located the principal offices and permanent records of are to perform or that
motor vehicle license taxes during the life of this amendment to any all county officers. The county seat may not be moved except as provided the judiciary, or be Involuntary retired for any permanent disability of
After the
of his duties. filing a
interfere with the performance
seriously
degree which will fail to provide the full amount necessary to comply by general law. Branch offices for the conduct of county business
with the provisions of this amendment and pay the necessary expenses of may be established elsewhere in the county by resolution of the governing formal proceeding and upon request of the commission without the supreme courtmay
from office with or compensation -
the
suspend justice or judge
administering the laws relating to the licensing of motor vehicles and shall body of the county in the manner prescribed by law. No instrument shall '
not enact any law having the effect of withdrawing the proceeds of such be deemed recorded In the county until filed at the county seat accordingto pending final determination of the inquiry.

motor vehicle license taxes from the operation of this amendment and law.

hall not enact any law impairing or materially altering the rights of shall on the ballot as follows: 4+r (ff) The power of removal conferred by this section shall be both
appear
The proposal
the holders of any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates Section 2. alternative and cumulative to the power of impeachment and to the powerof

issued pursuant to this amendment or impairing or altering any covenantor Change the,name of the office of "Tax Assessor" to "Property: Appraiser". suspension by the governor and removal by the senate.
agreement of the state board, as provided in such bonds or motor vehicletax
anticipation certificates. For __ Against SCHEDULE

Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 637A ((1) The terms of office of the present members of the judicial qualifications -
(12)) The state board shall have power to appoint such persons and commission shall expire on January 1, 1975 and new members
fix their compensation for the administration of the provisions of this JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 9, Article IV shall be appointed to serve the following staggered terms:
amendment as it shall deem necessary and the expenses of the state boardin of the State Constitution relating to the appointment of game and fresh
administering the provisions of this amendment shall be prorated water fish commission members and to approval of the commission's (a) Group I. The terms of five members, composed of two electorsas
among the various school districts and junior college districts and paid the legislature. set forth in 012(a)(3) of Article V, one member of the bar of Floridaas
budget by set forth in ( ) of Article V from the district courtsof
out of the proceeds of the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi- 812a ((2) one judge
cates or from the funds distributable to each school district or junior B. It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida: appeal and one circuit judge as set forth in 812(a)(1) of Article V.

college district on the same basis as such motor vehicle license taxes That the following amendment to Section 9 of Article IV of the State shall expire on December 31, 1976.b .

are distributable to the various school districts or junior college districts Constitution is agreed to and shall be submitted to the elector. of Floridafor ( ) Group II.-The terms of four members composed of one electoras

under the provisions of this amendment. Interest or profit on sinking fund approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November set forth in |12aS( )( of Article V, one member of the bar of Floridaas
investments shall accrue to the school districts or junior college districtsin set forth in 12a(2)( ) ) of Article V, one circuit judge and one county
1974
proportion to their respective equities in the sinking fund or funds. : judge as set forth in J12al( ( ) of Article V shall expire on December 31,
SECTION 9. Game and fresh water fish commission 1978. '
((13) Bonds issued by the school board pursuant to this subsection (d)
shall be payable primarily from said motor vehicle license taxes as provided There shall be a game and fresh water fish commission, composed of (c) Group III. The terms of four members composed of two electorsas

herein and if heretofore or hereafter authorized by law may be five members appointed by the governor subject to confirmation by th* set forth in Ca(3):( ) ( of Article V, one judge from the district courtsof
senate for staggered terms of five years. The commission shall exercisethe appeal ant one county judge as set forth in 812al( )( ) of Article V,
additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of the state
non judicial .,..el1u.latOt"land executive: powers of the state with respectto shall expire on December 31, 1980.
without an election. When heretofore or hereafter authorized by law
bonds issued pursuant to Article XII, Section 18 of the Constitution of wild animal life and fresh water aquatic life except that all license ((2) The amendment to section 12 of Article V provided herein and

1885 as amended prior to 1968 and bonds issued pursuant to Article fees for taking wild animal life and fresh water aquatic life and penaltiesfor the provisions of this schedule shall take effect January 1, 1975.

XII, Section 9, subsection (d) of the Constitution as revised in 1968 and violating regulations of the commission shall be prescribed commission by specific not inconsistent BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the require-
enact law. ill aid of the -
bonds issued pursuant to this subsection (d), may be refunded by the statute. The legislature may executive ments of section 101.161 Florida Statutes the substance of the amendment
The oommisB fm', exercise of powers
issuance of bonds additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the with this Motion. and purehasing proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows:
-
in the area of planning, budgeting personnel management,
at lower net interest cost rate.
state only a average shall be as provided by law. Revenue derived from such license fees shallbe An amendment to section 12 of Article V of the State Constitution to

(e) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds Issued pursuant to this Section 9 of appropriated to the commission by the legislature for the purpose of permit the judicial qualifications commission to investigate and recommend -

Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pursuantto management, protection and conservation of wild animal life and freshwater to the supreme court the removal or reprimand of any justiceor

this section shall not be included in applying the limits upon the amountof aquatic life. judge whose conduct during term of office or otherwise occurring on

state bonds contained in Section 11, Article VII, of this revision. or after November 1, 1966 demonstrates a present unfitness to hold of-
The wording of the proposed amendment shall be stated. The Resolution fice or warrants a reprimand, to provide a procedure for the removalof
(f) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, thereis makes the appointment of game commission members subject to senate members, to permit the commission to adopt rules regulating its proceedings

also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed Ian. approval; provides that the commission's planning personnel purchasingand which rules may be repealed by general law enacted by majorityvote

pi age of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein then such other budgeting shall be provided by law; and that the legislature may appropriate of the membership of each house of the legislature, or by the supreme -

language as to subsection (a) shall prevail over the language of subsectiona funds to the commission. court, five justices concurring to require all proceedings before

( ) as contained herein. House Joint Resolution No. 3911A the commission to be confidential until a recommendation is filed by the

election at which this amendment is adopted, 12 of ArticleV commission or unless the supreme court suspends a justice or judge as
(g) If, at the general JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to section
wherein the recommended by a vote of seven members of the commission concurring
proposed
there is also adopted an amendment to this section of the State Constitution the
( relating to judicial qualifications com then all shall be
proceedings public, further permitting the commissionaccess
language of subsection (d) differs from that contained herein, then such mission; providing that the commission shall have the power to invest! to all information from all and
executive legislative judicial
,
-
agencies
the language of subsection (d) as con-
other language shall prevail over gate and recommend removal or a reprimand of any Justice or judge and requiring the commission to make available information for

tained herein. whose conduct, during term of office or otherwise occurring on or after use in consideration of impeachment or suspension when requested by
November 1, 1966, demonstrates a present unfitness to hold office; providing
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: the speaker of the house of representatives or the governor respectively.Also .
for the removal of members of the commission; providing that provides for appointment of a new commission.
If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, there the commission shall adopt rules which may be repealed by a majorityvote

is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed lan- of the membership of each house of the legislature, or by the
guage of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein then such supreme court, five justices concurring; providing that the commissionmay House Joint Resolution No. 1424A

other language as to subsection (a) shall prevail over the language of sub- with seven members concurring recommend the temporary suspen- JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to the Constitution of

section (a) as contained herein.If sion of any justice or judge against whom formal charges are pending; the state of Florida; amending section 10 of Article 7; relating to joint

which this amendment )is adopted there is providing that if the supreme court suspends all proceedings shall be ownership construction and operation of electrical energy generatingor
at the general election at public otherwise all proceedings shall be confidential until a recom- transmission facilities.Be .
also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed languageof mendation is filed by the commission; providing that the commissionshall

subsection (c) differs from that contained herein then the languageof have access to all information from all executive, legislative and It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
subsection (c) as contained herein shall prevail over such other lan- that the commission shall make available
judicial agencies; providing
That the following amendment to section 10 of Article 7 of the State
guage. information for use in consideration of Impeachment or suspension; providing electors of Florida
Constitution is agreed to and shall be submitted to the
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirementsof for removal of members of the commission; providing for a new for ratification or rejection at the next general election to be held in
the substance of the amendment pro- commission.Be .
section 101.181 Florida Statutes November. 1974.SECTION .

posed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows: It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
10. Pledging credit.-Neither the state nor any county
An amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Constitutionto That the amendment to section 12 of Article V of the State Constitutionset school district, municipality special district or agency of any of them,

: forth below is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of shall become a joint owner with, or stockholder of, or give lend or use its

1. Extend the life of the "second gas tax" to January 1, 2025. Florida for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in taxing power or credit to aid any corporation association, partnership or

2. Extend the purposes for which bonds may be issued and revenues November 1974: person; but this shall not prohibit laws authorizing:

may be used to all transportation facilities. Article V (a) the investment of public trust funds;

3. Permit the bonds to be secured by tolls, portions of the "second gas Section 12. DISCIPLINE: REMOVAL AND RETIREMENT (b) the investment of other public funds in obligations of, or insuredby

tax", and any other legally available revenues. the United States or any of its instrumentalities;

4 + 0l+eee eiwli he judicial qualifications", eeiaiaisnlen etiapeseJ efrf
House Joint Resolution No. 1907A (c) the issuance and sale by any county municipality special districtor

proposing an amendment to Section 1 of Article (a) There shall be a judicial qualifications commission! vetted with other local governmental body of ((1) revenue bonds to finance or refinance -

JOINT RESOLUTION relating to nomenclature of county officers. jurisdiction to investigate and recommend to the Supreme Court of Floridathe the cost of capital projects for airports or port facilities, or (2))
VIII of the state constitution removal from office of any justice or judge whose conduct, during term revenue bonds to finance or refinance the cost of capital projects for industrial -

Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida: of office or otherwise occurring on or after November 1, lies, (without or manufacturing plants to the extent that the interest thereonis

That the amendment to section 1 of Article VIII of the state constitution regard to the effective date of this section) demonstrates
set forth below is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Flor- to hold office, and to investigate and recommend the reprimand of ajustice States when in either case, the revenue bonds are payable solely from

ida for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in Novem- or judge who. conduct during term" of office or otherwise occurringon revenue derived from the sale operation or leasing of the projects. If any
or after November 1, 1988 (without regard to the effective date of project so financed or any part thereof is occupied or operated by any
ber 1974
: this section), warrants such a reprimand. The commission hall be composed private corporation association partnership or person pursuant to con-
Section 1. Counties.a .- of: tract or lease with the issuing body the property interest crested by such

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS. The state shall be divided by law contract or lease shall be subject to taxation. to the same extent as other
( ) abolished ( Two of district of appeal selected by the judges of
into subdivisions called counties. Counties may be created (1)) judges courts privately owned property.
political for payment or apportionment of the those courts two circuit judges selected by the judges of the circuit courts
or changed by law with provision and two judges of county courts selected by the judges of those courts; (d) a municipality, county, special district or agency of any of them,
public debt.b being a joint owner of giving, or lending or using its taxing power or
( ) COUNTY FUNDS. The care, custody and method of disbursing (2)) Two electors who reside in the state who are members of the bar credit for the joint ownership, construction and operation of electrical

county funds shall be provided by general law.c of Florida, and who shall be chosen by the governing body of the bar of energy generating or transmission facilities with any corporation, association -

( ) GOVERNMENT. Pursuant to general or special law a county Florida; and partnership or person

government may be established by charter which shall be adopted amendedor (3) Five electoR who reside in the state who have never held Judicial Senate Joint Resolution No. 917A
repealed only upon vote of the electors of the county in a special election office or been members of the bar of Florida and who shall be
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amendment to Section 2 ArticleI
an
,
that
called for purpose.d appointed by the governor.b .
shall be elected by the electors of of the State Constitution relating to basic rights; prohibiting discrimination -
( ) COUNTY OFFICERS. There tax collector. a proper* ( ) The member of the Judicial qualifications commission shall serve based upon physical handicaps.Be .
each county, for term of four year, a sheriff a prescribed: by general law. No
six as
the cir- staggered terms, not to exceed years,
U_ .eueUPj a supervisor of elections, and a clerk of member of the commission except a Justice or Judge shall be eligible for It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
special law
charter or approved -
rcourt by county
provided and
; except when state Judicial office so long as he is a member of the commission That the
of the county any county officer may be following amendment to Section 2, Article I of the State
by vote of the elector therein specified, or any county office may beSS2JT for a period of two year thereafter. No member of.the commission shall Constitution is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the
chosen in another manner hold office in a political party or participate in any campaign for Judicial state for
approval the
of the office prescribed: by general law are his or rejection at general election to be held in
duties in
all the otherwise provided br: county office or hold public office; provided that a Judge may participate November, 1974:
another office. When not for judicial office and hold that office. The commission
campaign
own
the
the clerk of
of the electors
vote
charter or special law approved by hall elect one of its members as its chairman. ARTICLE I
commiufoner
be officio clerk of the board of county
circuit court shall ex
auditor recorder and custodian of all county funds.e (e) Members of the judicial qualification commission not subject to DECLARATION OF RIGHTS

COMMISSIONERS. Except when otherwise provided by county impeachment shall be subject to removal from the commission pursuant to SECTION 2. Basic rfghts.-All natural persons are equal before the

charter( ) the governing body of each county shall,be a board of county the provisions of Article IV, Section 7. Florida Constitution. law and have inalienable rights, among which are the right to enjoy and

members serving staggered terms of fouryears. Nee regulating pree.ediage .. the defend life and liberty to happiness to be rewarded for
commissioners composed of five 4.). ;FM III''''''. e..N Hell adept pursue industry,
: After each decennial census the board of county commissioners shall .... _i.n,1s. fu*ll.g .* vaeamiee fc 7' the, app.iaiiag aetiweiliee tai. ti and to acquire possess and protect property; except that the ownership
of contiguous territory as nearly equal 4nep.si/Nei se..11I"AItH inheritance, disposition and possession of real alien ineligible
divide the county into districts __....., rpl.emm.M .. disqualified ee property by
One commissioner residing in each district j4HMiee a jsdg., the ave..d e4 ties pM.ine for citizenship may be regulated or prohibited by law. No
in population as practicable. ...._......1." .. reMS al" aA7 person
shall be elected by the electors of the county.f .... -...... the _miwien.hall lie... punk.. shall be deprived of any right because of race .., religion or physical

( ) NON-CHARTER GOVERNMENT. Counties not operating under (d) The commission shall adopt rules regulating its proceedings, the handicap.

county charters shall have such power of self-government as Is provided filling of vacancies by the appointing authorities, the disqualification. STATEMENT OF PROPOSALThe

by general or special law. The board of county commissioner of a county ef members, and the temporary replacement of disqualified or tneapaettoted -
enact, in a manner prescribed by be repeated proposal shall appear on the ballot as follows:
not operating under a charter may _6..... The commission't rules, or any part"t1&.r.of11
law county ordinances not inconsistent with general or special"but be by general law enacted by a majority vote of the membership" ofeach The resolution provides that no person shall be discriminated: against
shall not
law: an ordinance In conflict with a municipal ordinance house of the legislature, or by the eupreme court five justutt con because of a physical handicap.
effective within the municipality to the extent of such conflict. earring.'Aft.r a recommendation of removal or public reprimand of any IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have ''hereunto

GOVERNMENT. Counties operating under county justice or judge, the record of the proceedings before the commission sliau
( ) CHARTER set roy hand and affixed the Great Seal
a recommend -
all powers of local self-government not inconsistentcharter. be made public. TA. commission may with seven members concurring
shall have with special Jaw approved vote -of to. electors. to the supreme court the t.mPorary.a.pes.ios of any justice or of the State of Florida at Tallahassee ;
with general law or
judge against whom; formal charges are pending and in the event the the Capital this the 21 of
The'governing body of a county operating under a charter may enact supreme court-suspends such justice or judge all proceedings before the day August ,

county ordinance not inconsistent with.general law. The charter shaD commission and all h.aring..hoW b. public.:Otherwise, all proceeding be-. A. D. 1974.
shall prevail in the event' of conflict between county and recommendation is filed
which until
provide
for the commission, shall be confidential a W. GLISSON

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REDUCE safe B fast with FOR RENT 12' wide mobile I Fnn SALE:: All sizes! of FOR SALE: Pickett Templates,

13 candidates in contention GoBese Tablets! & E-Vap homes outside city limits. J.B. masking tape The Office ALCOHOLICS Lettering guides General use HSDAKA
for two seats on the county "water pills" Andrews White. Ph. 964-6114. If Shop templates, Electronic Elipse
and three the FOR SALE J 356 W. Madison, no ANONYMOUS
commission on Pharmacy, answer call 964.8775. and Architectural. All for saleat
tfchg.
school board have received Starke. 8/15 5tp 9/12 The Office Shop. Phone
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contributions totaling - --- -- Two"Air- Sell's More
FOR RENT: Conditioned ( PumpsNew 9646305.
7572.33 to finance their SAWS SHARPENED, work cottages on Kingsley 964-5148

election campaign expenses FOR SALE: 1969 2.Ton Ford guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Lake Phone after 6 p.m. 533- 8AM.-9 A.M.
for the September 10 Truck 2 speed axle With leave at Jackson Building 2366 tfchg. And UsedSALES BootsBootsBootsJustin Trail Bikes

Democratic primary. produce body. 37,000 miles. Supply, Starke or Keystone .12 MIDNIGHT. 1 A.M.
Total expenditures through $2800. Phone 782-3863. la-g-; ;
Heights. tfchg FOR RENT: upstairs
candidates 26 by the 13 Lawtey. 1tp 8/29 -- - apartment adults only No SERVICE PARTS 964-7959 & Wrangler Than Anyone
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was $6.246.88. - Pets. Phone 9646352. Itchg. 2 P.M5 P.M.
according to the respective FOR SALE: Gas range Good MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also 8/29. DEEP SHALLOW WELLS Leather Bolts
Gas heater with mobile home hurricane anchoring -
condition -
individual campaign reportsof -- -- -- Else In The
964- and mobile home roof "- 13tp.928Davidson To Size 56
contributions and expendi- fan. Both for $50. Tel. HOUSE FOR RENT: School Plumbing Supplies

tures died with Clerk GilbertS. 8448. 1 lip 8/29// coatIng. Olin's MOBILE Home teacher's special. 2 bedroom

Brown. - -- -- - Service. 964 5606, Rt. 100 W. furnished house on Kingsley EXPERT SERVICEON Western Shirts World !

Major) expense item for FOR SALE: 1966 Barracuda Starke, Fla tfchg Lake. Will rent from Labor

most candidates was the automatic air, power steering, Day to June 1st $125 per ALL MAKES Indian Moccasins .._ .
fee which is five 200 miles on rebuilt engine LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast
qualifying month. Call 5332208. After 5 PHONE 964-7O61 Mobile Home ParkIn
percent of the annual salary of and transmission, $575. 964- with X-11 Diet Plan $3.00. p.m. 8/22 2tchg 8/29 CARRADINE'SLEATHER

the oifice For county com 8750 Itp 8/29. REDUCE Excess Fluids withX City Limits
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missioner the fee is $319.70 - -- Pal $3.00 Koch Drug, 8/8 .... DurrancePUMP SHOP

based on an annual salary of FOR SALE: 14 Yorkshire feeder 5tp 9/5 SUPPLY CO. $30 Per Mo.
19 broad-brested, white - - - Phone 782-3400 "
SG.3U4 and for school board the pigs HODAKASAUS
lee is $178.28 on the annual turkeys. Ph 782.3544, FREE PUPPIES: 5 weeks old HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 864N. TEMPLE AVE. Walk To New Lawtey, Florida

salary of $3.55.(; Lawtey._Itp, 8/29---- Call 468.1310, Waldo 1tp Shopping Center ,''MMJWE J ar
- 8/29 32058
Out of a total of $2,883.32 INSURANCEAT
FOR SALE 3 bedroom frame - --- -. -- City Gas, Water & Sewer
paid by the 13 candidates to : SALE: 3 bedroom house in 7/24.10/17 Full line of Hod k. 1 Chaparralmotorevent. .
qualify for office $1,730 will be house on 2 acres of land. Ph. PLUMBING DONE, homes and city limits, carport & utility REDUCED RATES and Mini, .Bikai, life Ferro Dun A accessories Co Cam;
i remitted to the State Democratic 964-6786 after 5 p.m. 2 miles mobile homes. If you have building. Terms 1013 Butler AUTO FIRE, BOAT On 301 South /for all makes and modelsSTARKE
S. on 100A. lip 8/29 problems call 9646947.
Committee and Road. 8/29 2tp 9/5. DOYLE CONNER Jolu Motel
retained - - -- - --- - CYCLE
will be by
$1.133.32 -- - -
the County Democratic FOR SALE: Jordon pool table LOST Black Angus steer, approximately FOR SALE: 12x60 2 bedroom INSURANCE AGENCY 964-8810 Sewing Machine

of ( Creek and RepairAll
Contributions and expenditures 6947. 1tp. 8/29. vicinity Aligator Loop. Call 47J3193 after 3pm.
16. Ph Fate Harper 964- 207 N. Temple Starke
Rd.
by the 13 county -- ---- -- Itp. 8/29 makes cleaned, oiled and
FOR SALE: 1970 Nova 3 speed 7153 1tp 8/29. BRASINGTON adjusted $7. All work 964-6020
candidates are: -- ---- --
,,\ .(>SMOI51LK: TF
For District 2 Com- excellent condition. Contact - -- c \I> FOR SALE: Electric Pencil guaranteed James

missioner: !Mark Adkins Davis Gassett at 964 5270. FREE: Would like to give nice 10 UNITED FARM AGENCY INC SU.KS&SEKUCK, sharpeners, 3 different stylesin Strickland, Morgan Road and

reported contributions of $300 1 tp. 8/29. mo. old dog to( loving family Reg. Real Estate Broker Fine selection of Used Cars stock handy for home or SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782-

and expenditures of $44131 - ---- with. fenced yard or farm. Call Paul Faulkner Broker Taken On Cadillac Trades office. For sale at The Office 3189. Also scissors sharpened Well DrillingFast

George: B. Roberts listed con- FOR SALE: 13 mos filly unbroken 964 7741 after 530.,: Has had Irene Faulkner Assoc. 211111 N.V\'. I:tth :378.511)1G,1INESVILLE : Shop $1.00. tfchg

tributions of$300 and expenditures but gentle, also mare all shots Itchg 8/29 Robert Faulkner Assoc. : Rotary

of $:192! .Ml. good riding disposition WINTERS SCHOOL OF Louise McRae Assoc. Drilling EquipmentFor
For District 4 Com gentle. Call 964-5630. 1tp. DANCE: Will resume classes OAKS OAKS OAKS

missioner K W. (Hodges 829.FOR Sept. 9. Phone 9647098 2305 N. Temple Ave. -
reported contributions of - - - Registration 28 & 29 between Starke, Fla. 9645065WANTTOSELLOR We now( have a fulltime appli-
$1000 and expenditures of SALE: Stump knocker 4 p.m. and 6 p.m 396 N. ance repairman for all your 2" Thru 6" WellsCall

S'U062! Harold Caters listed fishing boat, 18 HP Johnson Cherry. Dorothy Salazar BUY repair needs HUGE HOME SITES Us For

contributions of $731 and expenditures motor, swivel seats, new Instructor. Acro, tap, ballet & REAL ESTATE?
of $(>B3.12. Highlander trailer, electric modern 8/15 3tp 8,29. Call Badcocks Q Virgin, unspoiled area off Highway 315, near Smith 0 Your Water System Needs

For District 1 School) Board trolling motor. $650. 964- Call Us For Best Prices 9 4.5289 & Hall Lakes in Clay County A
Arthur Gaskins contributions 7971. Itchg 8/29 Prospects Waiting tfchq A S647OB1Durranco
Roads, Power, Top School District Trailer OK |K(
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were $730 and expenditures
Herman Johnson FOR SALE;: 40 good laying t. MotorcyclesSTARKE 1 I K IS year Financing by owner.Llttu or no blackjack oak. Pump
$:>::16 31 440 ( >
cleared
lepoited a total of $d208", heavy breed Sex Link hens. about acres 2 miles portions paved State Road( LOWDOWN PAYMENTNew S Start MSOO per parcel $45 per mo. Supply

which included the amount of Rhode Island red and White frontage) suitable for masonry homes, 3 LOW DOWN PAYMENT Developers Of
farming or
$J42 lin) raised lor his campaign Rock Cross. Call 752.3625after bedroom. 2 bath, central heat
CYCLE 207N. stock for subdivision) CALL 1-378-2308
CENTER, or Price West Central Reality
5 Itchg 8/29 Under Ground Water
at a testimonial dinner p.m. and air, wall to wall carpets.
Temple Ave Ph. 964-6020 $1100.00 per acre, liberal terms.
;and cxpcndituies of l $.'03.80.;() - - Your Gainesville, Fla 864 N. Temple Ave.
authorized HODAKA
Blaine FOR SALE: 1973 Ford F 100 2 bedroom frame on 1/2 acre
Johmu Thompson dealer tfchgFREDS ,. 20 acre tract with well It. pole OAKS OAKS OAKS Starke Fla.
listed Contributions of $073(; and pickup. PS, PB, AT, AC, in Sampson City
and tank
- septic Out of city
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expenditures of $:V';\>9.4h. R&H, low mileage, priced to. $$23,000.00 for quick sale 3 bedroom frame in town Sales & Service TFN
sell. 473-2127 during weekday BICYCLE repair and
For District 2 School Board
B(292tchO 9:5 accessories. used bikes 12 x 60 mobile home on 1/2 acre OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
II. A. Lawson contributions
reported(
3 BR, 1 Bath Masonry, 3 A. JIMMY MOORE'SSun
- - bought and sold,
recon-
of $:))00 and expendi- 5 acre tracts, on paved road
Cleared, Paved Road outside HWY 100 W. PH W4560SCT i
FOR SALE 350B ditioned bikes from $20
John Deere
lures of $2>))1 .5H and Pat t : up north of Starke. 1 SportsMORE
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Spengler listed contributions Dozier, 6.way Angle Blade, 124 N Court St 8/29/ 2tp 9/5 City ..
Cab Low hours. 473.2127 Nice waterfront home. }:&"l BOAT FOR
nl l $.IIiO!( () and expenditures of
$.1'22.66.For( during weekday. 8/29// 2tchg NEW HOMES: 3 BR, 2 Baths, LARGE SELECTION OF PRE.OWNED a YOUR MONEY TF

I District :5 School Board 9, 5. carpeted, Cen H/A, some FRED SACK ETT-REALTOR REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD STARKE PH 964-5791
- - -- appliances Garage or Carport 205 N. Temple(US-301)).
.1 I :Maurice Kdwards contributions r HELP WANTED 1 CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
FOR SALE: t television, 1 invalid In City. $24.000 00 up; Out of 9646522I'oIite468175.1
were $5J5: and expenditures City $$36,000.00 TF COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
$510: \ .2B. Si-cbei I D. walker 1013 Butler Road. Itp up. ; STERN DRIVE SERVICE
8,29.
Goodman listed contributions
AND REPAIR
Keystone Heights Waterfront
ul l and of - - - WANTED: Lady to work
< $(>KO expenditures/ in
$4til.4/1./ Bill CJraucions total FOR SALE: Registered polled office, some typing. Prefer 3900000.home with beautiful Grounds. R T Loworn Realty Boyd Soul Brother and Day COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
.
Hereford bulls and heifers. REPAIR
'ontrlblltionsere$3I1U.411(>(> and over 30 years old. Reply to A,
expenditures $:H8b2: J. T. Reasonably( priced Harold Drawer A. Starke Fla. tfchg 473-3254 and Nike Janitorial Services CUSTOM BUILT FIBER-

I'd i rish reported totals of $ Eunice. 782.3469, LawteyItchg Property management and 473.4692 have to GLASS ''FISHING BOATS
1 8/29. Appraisals solicited merged bring you
lor contributions and $433.01 HELP WANTED: Lady to sell
- - - /\..1. Tlln1.H'altor: !
for expendituies convenience food. Good pay, Crystal Lake A complete line of services. With a larger, more experienced
All but lour candidates were FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum li-'l: :VW ALN: L'T tiT.. Itesidl'nliaillomesites
group insurance profit SpecialNew
serving as their own campaign $3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 sharing. Apply Food'n Scat Tt'l. '!IffJ12; ; ; With Lake Access staff to meet your needs promptly

treasuiers The exceptions $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94up. Store. South Walnut and US From $1,800 Average Home-Business-( Industry

are: Alice Fay DAHMERS DISCOUNT. 301 tfchg. 100( ) x183Same Floors- Carpets- Windows Etc Doublewide
Waters treasurer tfchg LILLIAN PEARSON
campaign - -- --
Renew the beauty of trailer, home, roof, patio or 3 Br 1&Balh
your
Real
Harold L. Hen( Estate
lor Waters; - HELP WANTED: The Full Year -- -
derson Hudson treasurer for FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars Head Start Program is now pool. Only $6995Your
Herman Johnson ; Jimmy made Japan by Gibson now accepting applications for Phone t Any Time J 782-3HO( Area Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam

Alvarez treasurer for Johnny at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. Teacher Teacher Aides, Cookin Large Cape Cod and-or chemical I

Blame Thompson and Judy Bradford County Head Lovely Brick home 2 (or 3)) 4 UK.2 Bath Lawns and hedges cut- yard maintenanceJunk Doublewide

I Dukes, treasurer for Hat FOR SALE: Beautiful finger.tip Start. Must be low-income Bit, 2 bath. Cent. H-A, 2400 1'j Story

SpenglerI bridal veil with tiera headpiece must live in Bradford Countyand sq. It. of living area, many Closed Garage and scrap remova I from homes stores Specialists
Candidates or their campaign dotted with tiny seed pearls. willing to work with all extras inside city, 7.250: $:r.ooo

t treasurers are requiredto Used once. Good as new. ethnic groups. Application terms, Lot Size 200 x 183 Painting interior and exterior "G"
update their reports on all $35 Phone 473 2210. blanks may be obtained at the Big

contributions received and CUBB Office, 136 Temple Frame house 3 BK balh, - 964-5425 964-8359 Mobile HomesHwy
expenditures made on aweekly FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler Ave., Starke Fla. Send can be 2 opts, or business

basis engine, 16 ft. boat and trailer application to CUBB 4 I lots on paved street in New HomesMidTwenties 90 E, Lake City Fla.

The 1 \weekly deadline for the Good condition Kids lost Economic Agency, Inc., P.O. city $16,000.Small Announcing The New Soil Extraction Methodof
reports is noon each :Mondav interest Must sell 4732210. Drawer 970, Starke, Fla. "AN With Lake Access 752-3201

tfchg. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY house on 1 acre Near KH School Carpet Cleaning TF

FOR SALE Medium point Office EMPLOYER. 8/292tchg/ 9//5. Finances Arranged
Shop pens 19 cents euo i, FOR SALE: Baby Calves Dairy - -- - U) acres on Mt-2.10 E. & NEED TO MAKE SOME
SI 80 per dozen. When and Dairy crossed $25 and up. HELP WANTED: EXECUTIVE Wilson Hd.211acres Not Foam, Shampooing SteamingSoil LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label
6 doz each dozen Maurice Edwards, Jr., Ed- maker from us at The Office
buying DIRECTOR, public relations
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costs SI.65. Buy 12 dozen and words "nuiiu. Phone' 964 6096 oriented, experienced in wooded still( ft. on Your Extraction leaves your carpet clean,free or soap ShopPRINTING.
the price per dozen is $1.50. or 964 8510. 8 8 4tp 8'29 administration, work with graded: road no icslnc- and water and almost immediately ready for use.

Buy our pens and save. The low-income persons. Salary lions $23000 Real Estate ,i.f.-I

Office Shop 135 W Call St.. approximately $10,000 per We are now giving free estimates and setting up appointments -
Starke Fla. 32091 Phone WA TSON'S year, depending upon (t'rvstal Lake llomesilcs Broker for no( earlier than September 20, 1974. ,

964 6305 HOUSE OF VACUUMS qualifications arid experience.Send \\ ith lake access- loo x 18" .

full resume to CUBB $:2.001))()( Buy-Sell-Trade- To introduce and promote this new concept of carpet
;;=
Cash & Carry Many l ands of new vacuums Economic Agency, Post AppraisalsCALL cleaning the first 5 customers will receive their carpet
'39 00( up Used machines Office Drawer 970 Starke, New;'; Homes-Financing cleaning for Half Price. C/J /
;; irrr7
E CALL -l from" $10 Expert Repairs all Florida 32091. Deadline for Available BILL POWELL e nU/Ud-
REAL
TIRES "mike.. Parts and! Accessories applications is September 6, E3TATE In addition, we now feature odor removal and Scotch-
964
fur all. vacuums Built in 1974. "AN EQUAL OP. Cecelia Terwillegar, 6464 gard protection.
I12 1 e
END cannel vacuum cleaning PORTUNITY EMPLOYER". Associate
829. Phone 944-S ASSOCIATES: LAY er
Itchg 145
& systi ins 712 N Main 964-5425 9648359EMPLOYMENT
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Gainesville' :176 7110 TF Ralph Bryan
BRAKE SERVICE
HELP WANTED: Machine

964.5800 TV Color picture tubes only >/9 I operators, wood cutters 964-6208

QUALITY TIRES & tfclui plus labor Dahmers Discount, Apply Hwy 21 Trus, Keystone Fab Inc. 4 Heights miles N. Long Champ Bob Milner .. ... ...............

SERVICE FOR LESS Fla Itchg 8''29. llomeand
-- 9646026Acreage
TFN Building MaterialsWE : :

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$2698 t WANTED 1 r FOR RENTFOR =I "YOUR YOUR WE PLANS LOT BUILD OR OR OURS OURS -Bradford & Alachua : We are now accepting : WWII Print


(wooded, high-dry acre lot, following
employment in the With Pride
/ WANTED: Old junk cars and FREE ESTIMATES butside city, Two to choose
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TAXtt At scrap iron Call Jr Reames
8/15 > REMODELING REPAIRS from.3BEDROOM2bathC.. categories: :
964-7730 or 9648477
RENT: Mobile home Large or small,
3tp 8'29WANTED' ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT B.
spaces. Minutes west of with.. Heat and Air Carpet.bea : SPREADER every printing job
Starke $35 Month You
pay
SOLD :
Used furniture utifol lot In Starke. 15 x 30
refrigerators washers Dan all electricity. Skirting TRADED family room with fire place. : gets special atten-
required. 9fi456O6tfchg :
,net's Discount House tfchgMISCELLANEOUS I _ __ _ >ACREAGE FOR SALE RECEIVING DEPARTMENT tion, from us, as-
Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB In Ex-
FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 BR 964-8353 cell tnt Location : : suring you quality
concrete house in Saratoga SHIPPING DEPARTMENT
Heights. Available Sept. 1. HWY 301 S STARKE TF results.w. .
No children. First .::.. Beautiful Building and mobile
$125 mo.
home lots Inside and out. WAREHOUSE
I ) : :
and last month plus $100 Really Car
side city.
378-2405 til
Security. Call now $ SAVE $
6 p.m No collect( calls tfchg. j Apply in Person .
Want to have one built We BradfardPrlnt.ra

WILL BABYSIT in my home 7 FOR -RENT- :-FREEI- -Two months FRED DAVIS can help you there also. 7:30: to 4:00: Mon. thru FrI. .

Auoi am. .5 p.m Mqalsfurnished. rent on yearly lease Mobile GMC TRUCKS
964 6610. 1tp. 829. Home Lots. Pick your lot. BUICK PONTIAC WE CHECK MAY HAVE WITH WHAT US : VOGUE MFG. CO. :
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J7G 4M51Ulli! 1 CUSTOM HAY BALING: By From $25 monthly Bradford "A LITTLE RIDE CAN YOU WANT 9646305l
422 NW St Park at Bradford Motel 8/1 SAVE YOU S. Water St. Starke .
bale or on percentage. Phone A LOT" TF LET US HELP YOU 710
Giiinusvillu 7823715. 8/22 4tp 9/12 5tchg 8 29 GREEN COVE SPRINGS BUY, SEL.-. TRADE I .. ... .. .............




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Community 2 Jailed On Traffic ChargesTwo Future Leaders Chapter Recognized- .

Future Business Leaders of Chapters that have outstanding -
defendants were Lester Elijah Willingham, Thomas for unlawful speed America of Bradford High ) activity programsand
sentenced to terms in the $46, for violation of right-of- and Shirley Copeland Varnes School were awarded the projects and conduct their
county jail Wednesday Aug. way, Donald J. Dohn $36 for for violation of driver license Hollis and Kitty Guy Gold Seal business in a commendable
NewsELIZABETH 14, by Judge Elzle Sanders in running a stop sign, Fred W. restrictions were dismissed. Chapter Award of Merit at the manner. FBLA recognizes
Bradford County Traffic Powell, $36, for improper tag. twenty-third Annual National Bradford was one of the
Court after pleading guilty to James Carroll Nugent, $15 Four defendants entered Leadership Conference in San eight Chapters in the State of
multiple traffic violations. court costs, for no valid In- pleas of not guilty and their Franciscoi Calif on June 16. Florida to be selected a
GIVENS WALKER Curtis Lee Armstrong, spection certificate, Paggy cases were transferred to the d Seal Award of National Gold Seal Chapter.
entered a plea of guilty to Sue Henry, $36, for failure to non-jury trial calendar:
VOTE SEPT. 10 and careless driving and no valid have vehicle under control. Robert Courtney Polhamus ::. . . . .11 Y Y Y Y.. .Jir..w..w..w..w..w.. ..
Voting is the right of all School Prayer Meeting. Sunday preaciation your kind expression driver's license. Judge Julia E. Hazuda, $36, for and Robert William Depuey :: *
registered citizens of Brad- will begin at 9:45.: of sympathy duringour Sanders sentenced Armstrong careless driving, Eugene charged with unlawful speed, j RTTENTIOM 4it-
ford County. Please make a Morning service at 11. hours of bereavement.The to 10 days in jail on the first Franklin Stokes, $36, for Ruby Waldron, for running a *
point to vote for your choice of Junior Evening service, 7 p.m. The FamilyMt. charge and 30 days on the failure to have vehicle under red light, and Robert Daniel Your Future i is Now! -
candidate on ( Choir will serve. second with the sentences to
September 10 control, Donna Davis Newman, attempting to eludea *
Rev.New Bethel Baptist Church, Nebo Baptist Church. be served consecutively.Clarence Crawford, $36, for violation of police officer.Forfeiting G.E.D. Examinations Will Be Given Week of *
9
September
Leroy Davis
NAACP NOTICE pastor. Program for the Pastor's 3rd Manuel was rightofway.Derrick ,
The regular meeting of Class Wednesday night Bible Anniversary. Sunday meeting sentenced to 10 days each on Gene Carter, $36, bonds for *. 1974. Applications for the Examinations must be made in *.
Bradford County Chapter and Prayer Meeting starting at 6:30 p,m. Thur- three separate charges: for unlawful speed, Lester unlawful speed were: William advance. Deadline (for X-
NAACP will be held were held at 7:30.: Sunday careless driving valid III C. making application is September 6
Tuesday'Sept sday,Sept. 5, Rev. P.P. Perryat no McCullough, $36, for violationof Randolph Kay Jones, ,
3, at Greater Allen School at 9:45: will terminate 6:30.: Friday night, Sept. 6, driver's license and leaving right-of-way, Solon Paul Kenneth Zodd, Kenneth Ray 1974. .
Chapel AME Church at 8 p.m. services for the day. Family Evangelist W.L. Pinkney. the scene of an accident, for a Skandamis, $36, for failure to Powell, John Ira Lofland. *. .
All members are asked to be Day will be observed Sunday, Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. 30 day total term. use due care. ,.. ..
present.All interested citizensare Sept 8. All members are St.John, Rev.C. Nelson, at 11. Fined for unlawful speed Four cases for no valid Bettie Smith Caraway, *. For More Information Please Call 9646150. *
welcome to attend.VA'AT1ON urged to pay their obligationof Dinner at the church, 1 p.m. were: Eugene Franklin driver's license were Deborah Elaine Roberts, .* *
$20. St.Paul AME Church, Rev. J. Stokes, $46, Ralph Neal dismissed against: David Thomas A. Bostock, Robert O. Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center
TRIP .f Free Canaan True Church Brown, 3 p.m. Yaggle, $36 and James Eugene Turman, Donald J. Dinninno, James Walter *. 609 North Orange Street *
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie ( God In Unity, Elder Rev. Davis and Charles Allan, $26. Dohn, Isidro Hernandez and Guthrie, Frank Rodriquez, *
Brown and children have Sampson White pastor. congregation, anniversaries, Drawing fines for other Michael H. Perry. Jr., Raymond Hughes and Starke, Florida 32091

returned after touring Hunt- Wednesday Meeting Terry night Prayer 6:30 p.m. traffic violations were: The cases of Sue Brice Frank Lee Hill. .-. .w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w..w.. .. Y. Y. Y. Y. Y, Y. Y. L
svills, Ala., Tennessee and Six service.
Flags Over Georgia They Friday night Teaching and
experienced a delightful Prayer Service. Sunday
trip.
School, 10 a.m. Morning Sample'
('IIVRCII NEWS service at 11. Evening service
First Horn Church of the 7 p.m. NO. INITIALS OF
Greater Allen OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
!l.iv ing God, Elder S.V Cohens Chapel AME
pastor. ('hluch, Rev B.C. Williams ISSUING

The Fannial Gospel Singersof Lovefeast pastor.Sunday School, 10 a.m. DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER
Jacksonville will service at 11.
appear at
the First Born Church of the Communion service, 5:30.

Living God Sunday night, participated All members in the who have not Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1
Rally
Day
Sept. I, at 8 p.m. Sister Sherry
activity are asked to please do
I'etteway is sponsor. Come so.
one! Come all! Let's enjoy the
SH.: Moriah United
Lord in Psalms
Beginning September 1, at Stitt:Methodist Church Rev. Willie NO. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF
pastor. Sunday School
10
3:30 members
: p.m. of the ISSUING
a m
Morning
service at 11.
above church will
begin the
Communion Service. OFFICER
5th anniversary of their Pleasant" Grove DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Elder S.V. United
pastor Cohens.
:Methodist
Church. Rev. Willie
The
September anniversary 1.8 at will 8 p.m.run Sititt minister Sunday School, STUB NO. 2
10
nightly a.m. Morning service at 11.

There will be a fish fry Communion Service, 3 p.m.
Visitors) always welcome.CARDOFTHANKS .
Saturday, Aug. 31, at 2 p.m. at
the church
Greater Bethlehem fll OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
The family of the late Mrs.
Frfpwill Kaptist t Church Hev Margaret Albert McCloud "EE in

Jasper Weekly Williams services pastor.began acknowledge with deep ap- DEMOCRATIC PARTY u

!Monday night with Tiny Tots
and Ushers Board No. 3 Kingsley Level 19in 1
holding their regular activity. SEPTEMBER 10,1974
Tuesday night. Senior Choir
relll'arsalHIS held Wednesday Up 12 InchesThe BRADFORD COUNTY 5"

night Prayer :\Ieeting.Thmsday .
1 night Ladies Circle level of Kingsley Lake
will meet. Friday night, has risen 12.02 inches since the PRECINCT NO.
Prayer Band will meet. low reading of 2.50 on !May 7

Saturday Ironi the dinners kitchen will be sold and 10 to the August 20 crest To rot for a person whose name is printed on the ballot make a cross: (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote
Sunday
reading of 3.52, according to
School !Monthly Teachers figures released by the
:Meeting will be held Saturday Supervisor and Forester's
at 6 p m. Sunday is Pastoral office at Camp Blanding.
Day. Sunday School will begin Rainfall recorded at CONGRESSIONAL State Comptroller COUNTY
services at 9:30.: Morning Blandmg from May 10 through
serv ice at 11. Dinner served i at August 20 totaled 31.2 inches, United States Senator (Vote for One) Member, Board of County
12:30. Evening service, 6 p.m. well above the 50 year (Vote for One) CommissionersNAPOLEON
:Mt. isg.ih l AMK: : Church. average for that period. May BRYANT
2
District
KcB.J. Franklin pastor. readings were 1 inch above
Services will begin at 10 with average, June 1'z! inch above GEORGE BALMER FRED O. (BUD) DICKINSON |Vote for One]
Sunday School At 11 a.m. average, and July 1.8 inches
communion service will begin above. August to date has ROBERT BREWSTER GERALD (JERRY) LEWIS MARK B. ADKINS
and continue in the 5 p.m. brought 10.20 inches of rain to
service. Visitors always Blandmg, compared to a 9.3 BILL GUNTER GEORGE W ROBERTS JR.
welcome. inch average for that period.
;New.; Hope ISjptist Church DAVID B. HIGGINBOTTOM
Rev L.W. Mosely, pastor. -- ----- --
Sunday School. 9:45: Morning FOR SALE: Cash register paper, MALLORY E. HORNE State Treasurer Commissioner
service at 11 Communion will most sizes In stock. Call In to NEAL E. JUSTIN (Vote for One) County
be given in the 4 p.m service. seed we have your size or 4IVoteforOne
tbenetrr: llaptist Church come in and just browse at DUAINE E. MACON ]
Kev Leroy Davis pastor. The Office Shop THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
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Thursday night Bible Class -- - -- RICHARD A. PETTIGREW FITZHUGH POWELL W. HODGES;\ l

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RICHARD (DICK) STONE EE.
JACK SHREVE ) E.: UATFK.S 1 --I
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Save FPC Garden Center
Now At GLENN W. TURNER -- ---- r-

BURTON YOUNG

I Lb School Board MemberDistrUt
PLANTSArborvitaes
Makes I
Commissioner! of EducationVote
,oo [Vot.forOna!
( for One)


,,: r Lgustrum, Representative in Congress N. E. (ED) FENN, JR. ARTHUR R. GAS1lNS .. _

= Pffosporum! Second Congressional District SHEILA C. KING HERMAN ,JOHNSON. .
[Vote for One] -

: Smensin ZOLLIE M. MAYNARD, SR. JOHNNIE--BLAINE-. TIIOMPSOr-:

Balanced Plant VibernuSche DON FUQUA JOHN S. SHIP

Completely ANTHONY P. (TONY) WESOLOWSKI
Food for Flowers Fruits RALPH D. TURLINGTON School Board MbroerDistrict "

Shrubs Trees 2

Vegetables HydroPonic Copper Plants [Vote for One)
8 Garden
51 lIex !
1 Lb ReA of al H. A. LAWSON
$351 Roses a Commissioner, Florida
3LbsBeg. '3ee E Public Service Commission, PATRICIA (PAr) SPENGLER

iQLbs.Req.,9w $g91 10% Off II Group 1

(Vote for One)
U1 STATE School Board Member

Campus Governor and Lieutenant Governor I_ALCEE L. HASTINGS [ II District 5

n' u wnn dl Save 60 on a (Vote for Group) WILLIAM T. MAYO [Vote for One] __-

Catchmasler grass catcher TOM ADAMS MAURICE EDWARDS JR.

_for Governor___ _____ SEEBER D. GOODMAN
S with the Hahn LTD-500 BURL McCORMICK H
WILLIAM G. GRAUDONS
lawn Perfect care combination for easy for Lieutenant Governor

Patented mower design stands' J. T. PARRISHfor
Cleanwithout, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW LEGISLATIVE

".. .. a Pow.R Trac'drive system-soit Governor State Senator
1'onA 's warranted for 'two J. H. "JIM" WILLIAMS
full years Sixth Senatorial District
:. S52795) for Lieutenant Governor Ill
Priced [Vat.for On.]

NORMAN BIE PARTY OFFICES m

for GovernorFLORENCE KENNETH H. MACKAY JR. d For Delegates to the 1974 Conference :I
S.KEEN
cow MICHIGAN for Lieutenant Governor MARION PETTIT on Democratic Policy OrganizatIon and .a-


MANURE PEAT BEN HILL GRIFFIN, JR. Second Congressional District II

for Governor [Vote for Three)
Sterilized Weed Free Improves The Soil ELEANOR F. GRIFFINfor
Lieutenant Governor
40 Lb Bag Boa JACK ARMSTRONG
Rea. '2. $199 $189
Member JOHN M. CRAPPS

Secretary of State State House of Representatives
1974 Our 25th Anniversary Year PHILIP C. DAVIS
(Vote for One) Twenty-Filth House District

10.'DA' GARDEN BEVEkLY F. DOZIER [Vote for One] WM. LARRY FREEMAN

EST CENTER J. L. (WHITE ACRE) McMULLEN BILL HESTER SIDNEY KNIGHT
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OIIlOL 539 PH.East Call St. DON PRIDE FRANK WILLIAMS PHYLLIS MILLER

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Free, Reduced Price School Lunches


I LA IEY' Available Under USDA GuidelinesShuford


Children from families special education expensesdue purpose of determining eligi-
By whose income is at or below to mental or physical bility. Applications may be
the levels shown on the listed condition of child and disasteror submitted at any time duringthe
('Jll'UCII\CTI'fI ES p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- night guests of their son and Loree Allindur, of Lake and family on Sunday scale are eligible for meals casualty losses are urged to year.
Church Of ilKI| Sunday nesday 7:30: p.m. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. City, spent the week with her afternoon.Mrs. free or at the reduced price of apply.Appliction. In certain cases foster
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Pastor and Mrs Jimmy Reggie Norman, of Gulf great uncle and aunt Mr. and Jack Kuhne and 20 cents per lunch, Bradford forms are being children are also eligible for
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Parrish, of Raiford, spent Hammock.Mr. Mrs. Hubert Priest, and at- children attended the weddingof County School SuperintendentJim sent to all homes in a letter to these benefits. If a family has
and Prayer meeting Saturday their vacation at and Mrs. Vandermeer, tended the Vacation Bible her sister Mrs. Carolyn Temple announced this parents. Additional copies are foster children living with
7 :t0() p.m. Weekiwachee Springs, of Dunellon were guests of School at United Methodist Holmes, and Johnny Holmeson week. available at the principal'soffice them and wishes to apply for
Kailh Baptist Church Clearwater Beach, Sarasota Mr.and Mrs. Jim White. They Church. They carried her Friday evening. Rev. The following table provides in each school. The Information such meals for them, they
Radio Program over \VPXE 8 and St.Augustine Beach. He visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse home on Sunday. Tommy Howe performed the family size and income guidelines provided on the should contact the school.In .
.1 a m. Sunday. Bible School 10 returned to his pulpit t August Vandermeer, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Pauline Roden, of ceremony. for participation in the application is confidential and the operation of child
,i.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. 25. on Sunday. Shreveport La., arrived Sympathy of the communityis free and reduced price food will be used only for the feeding programs, no child
ind 7:30: p.m. School on Bible Paul and Darren McClellan, !Monday to spend a week with extended to the family and programs: will be discriminated against
Doctrine Tuesday 8 p m. at PERSONALS: of Vidalia, Ga., spent last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. close relatives of Mrs. Linnie because of race, sex, color, or
Pastor's Home. Prayer Mrs. Bryant Reddish week with their grandparents, B.F.( McCulley. She will carry Gilchrist of Brunswick, Ga., Family Free natural origin.
meeting Wednesday! 7:30: p.m. returned home Monday after Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. her children John and Cherie, who passed away on Sunday Size Meals 301DRIVE r
Bible Study. spending some time with her While here they also visited who have been with their morning. Our love and 1 $0-2,330
Grace. l'nitedIttholll: !>t son, Ray and grandson, their uncle and aunt !Mr. and grandparents, all summer, prayers are with them. 2 $0-3.060
Church Sunday School 9:45: Michael, in Tampa and Mrs. Maxie Reddish and home with her. 3 FLORIDATHEATRE
.i.m., Morning Service 11 a.m. Bellair Beach. family, of the State Farm. Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Mr. and Mrs. Wm Mobley, 4 $0$0-3,790-4,510 I
September 1, "Look Who's !Mr.and Mrs Cliff Hay, of Their parents, Mr. and Kirs. Thursday overnight guest of of Tampa, spent the weekend 5 $0.5,180
Groaning. ," Holy Communionwill Astor, spent Wednesday afternoon Ronnie McClellan, of Vidalia, her sister, Mrs. C.E. with their brother-in-law and 6 $0
-
5,850
be observed that day. with Mr. and Mrs. Ga., spent the weekend with Strickland, of Gainesville.Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack 7 $0-6,450 Fri. & Sat
Wednesday night Choir O.J. Anders. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ed Rowe and Kuhne and family. 8 $0 7,050
Practice 7 p.m. United Miss Elizabeth Terry Les McClellan, and attended family, of Jacksonville, were 9 $0-7,610 Fri. //Sat
Methodist Fellowship 7:30: returned home Monday aftera their grandmother, Mrs. RH.Futch's Sunday dinner guests of their Mr.and Mrs. Jim Burton, of 10 $0-8,150 Readerslligest"
United Methodist Women visit with her nephew Ralph birthday dinner at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Jacksonville, visited their 11 $0-8,690 .
net at the home of Mrs. Truby Futch, Jeff and Karen, of Kingsley Lake on Sunday, and Wilkison Sr.Claude mother Mrs. P.L. Dinkins, on 12 $0.9,230 1 PnM1I
\Vuinwright on Tuesday. Black !Mountain, N.C. She also carried the boys home. Jones and Mrs. Monday. Other guests duringthe Each additional family TheBigge thpwlverUnleashed
.13 children attended visited friends while there. Howard Norman, Mrs. Clifford Taylor, of Mid- week were her daughter, member add $540. I !
\acation Bible School this !Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- Oscar Carter and Mrs. Lois dleburg, were guests of her Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo, HII l l t tf
week August 19 through 23. man met her in Jacksonville.Mr. Carter visited their aunt, Miss son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Miss Sherry Sweat of Family Reduced kFinn n fm
closing (Exercises were held and Mrs Bill Gaskins Debbie Phillips, at Macclenny and Mrs. Gene Taylor and Jacksonville, on Thursday. Size Meals
h'rida m. They had a and family visited their Tuesday night. family.Mr. Charles Dinkins, of Starke, on 1 $2,3314,080 i
nice program and each child cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and Mrs. Charles (Friday. Sunday dinner guests 2 $3,0615,350
received a certificate Rocky, and family, of Fort Mosley and son, of New Simmons and family, of were her son and daughterinlaw 3 $3,7916,630 A Musical Adaptation
Refreshments were served Pierce. While there they Jersey, visited their mother, Atlanta, Ga., spent last Mr. and Mrs Paul r1 r1W
4 $4,5117,890 BIGGEST DOG'i.
!PJ United Artists
.iiterwards.. visited their uncle and aunt. :Mrs. Irving Mosley. Mr. and weekend with their brotherinlaw Dinkins and David, of PAMAVlSiON THE q. 14't
Highland Baptist I Church Mr and Mrs. B.B. Rosier. Mrs. Boudrow, of Louisiana, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. St.Augustine. They helped her 6 5 $5,85110,240$5,1819,060 T H I A T R. I THE WORLD':' ... .!.II.JL.o@t
Sunday School 9:43: a.m. They stopped by Lakeland and spent last week with their Jack Kuhne and family.Mr. celebrate her birthday an- 7 $6,451-11,290
Morning Service 11 a.m. Choir visited their aunt Mrs. mother, Mrs. Irving Mosley, and Mrs. Donald niversary which fell on 8 $7,051-12,340 Plus Plus
I I'iMctice i 6:30: p.m. Evening Dommy Starling. Her son and their brother and sister- Wilkison visited Mr. and Mrs.> Tuesday, August 20. 9 $7,611-13,320
"(rice 7:31): l Prayer Meeting came home with them. Their in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Moody last Saturday 10 $8,15114,260 John Wayne
Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. laughter Dee, remained with Lawrence Mosley. night. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter *PRANK 0NiCN PRODUCTION
11 $8,691-15,210
Northside Baptist Church her lor a visit. Mrs. Carl Norman and sons, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye, visited Mr. and Mrs. Carrol 12 $9,23116,150 Glen CambellIn BUTTERFLIESARE
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- :Mr. and Mrs. Truman and :Mrs. Darlene Norman Jr., of South Daytona, an- Smith of Dade City, Mr. and Each additional
family
hip Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: :Norman; were (Friday over- and sons, spent Saturday with nounce the arrival of a son, Mrs. Arthur Irvingham of member add $940In FREE
their brother and sister-in- John C. Tye III, born in Valrico, and Mr. and !Mrs.
law. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Halifax Hospital, Daytona, (Frank, of Lakeland, Wed- addition families not "True Grit"Sun. GOLDIEHPWHIE
Bennett and family, of August 17. Maternal grand- nesday to Friday. meeting these criteria, but i r" '
To The VotersOf Seville. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Manuel C. Stephens, visited with other due to
(Friends of Mrs. O.J. Phillipswill Jason Hilliard, of Jackson- his mother, 1lrs.Iaud! unusually high expenses medical expenses & Mon. aI CKPtRT1r
regret to learn that she ville. Paternal grandparentsare Stephens of Richmond, Ky housing costs in excess 9lBERTCo'w i
Mr. and Mrs.John C. this week. f
Starke tell in her home Thursday and Tye of 30 per cent of income !
fractured her hand. She '
right t .
.
Sr.Mr. "O'u'"ffi
is at the home of her son-in- and Mrs. James I
Before I Qualified For The City law and daughter, Mr. and Durham, of Jacksonville, Jones t
Mrs. Bill Gaskins, at the spent Sunday afternoon with REVIVRLNORTHSIDE A VISION*
Council I Advised My EmployerThat present time. Our love and their uncle and aunts Mr. and TeCHNICOLOR
prayers, are with her. !Mrs. O.J. Anders, and Mrs. K... MMWIwn.
I Would NOT ACCEPT A :Mrs. Lois Bowan, of West Hester Hicks. Sure, Mon, & Tue
Palm Beach spent the past Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp Plus
Transfer From Starke That CHURCHState
My BAPTIST
two weeks with her brotherinlaw took their brother-in-law and
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. sister Mr. and Mrs Gene
Family And I Had Returned In Road 16 and 225 I
Karl :Mosley.Mr. Pearson, out to dinner at the BLACKBELT -J
Order To Make This Our Per- : and :Mrs. Lane Carter Holiday Inn. of Starke, on P......... : (
and family, ol Gainesville Wednesday evening. On their SEPTEMBER 8-13 = 41
'If"G
manent Residence If ElectedTo were Saturdaydinner guestsof return home Mrs. Tom LovusGJberl", .. '
their mother. Mrs. Lois Tatum Jr., and Miss Debbie *'
Our City Council I Will Fulfill Carter.Smpathyof. Camp, the other hostesses, 7:30: P.M.EVANGELIST .JONESHE Paul ?i
the community and lots of their friends sur- CLOBBERS
My Obligations. is extended to :Mr. and Mrs. prised them with a wedding THE MOB and
Earl Mosley and other anniversary party. Centeringthe
relatives in the loss of their refreshment table was a REV. JOHN H. DAVIS Michelle

mother, Ilrs.Iary: Johns, two-tiered wedding cake Pastor of 1 st BaptistHernando, Fla. PAnr InC w Pnnsiy MowUbP
Thank You, who passed away last made by their daughter, Mrs. rR' A ....'...nlPWu, r; +
Thursday morning in Brad- Tom Tatum Jr. The guests -
Bill Glover ford County Hospital. Our love included :Mr. and Mrs. V.A. WELCOME e ,
and prayers are with them. !Nichols': Mr. and Mrs. Charles
!Mr.and !Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I Ir
of Tallahassee, are spending O'Brien, and Dennis (Frick all
Vote For sometime with their parents, of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. J.C.
:Mr. and :Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Tye, M.M. Jordan. Mrs. ELECT
:Mrs. C.R. Crews and Glen J'Lene Lafoon, Dale Traylor
Ann spent two weeks w ith her Bryan Camp, and Robin
riI. .r I, son-in-law and daughter, and Tatum.
son Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford
Clayton of Jacksonville.Mr. and family, and !Mrs Hester I.I.I. ArthurSCHOOL
; : and !Mrs. B.F. Mc- ]Hicks! were guests of her Ire 't
#., Culley, John and Cherie, spent sistersinlawIrs.! Leila f .my
.
last weekend fishing at Bradley, of Johnson City, .
.: .(.. Alachua Lake. Mrs. McCulley Tenn., IIl"s.Iinnie! Harold, ,, -j'
--q caught a 3 lb. black bass. and brother-in-law and sister, ":r'tt..
Mrs. Barry Watts and son, !\Ir.andIrs.! Handy Sparks of )
Barry Lee, visited her Erwin Tenn. They also r. ,. :. ,. "'.
brother-in-law, and sister Mr. visited her nephew and niece 't.. ;..
<,
and Mrs. John Biles and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Broylesand It"" ,
BilT"Glover family of Hialeah, August 8 to family, of Jonesboro, \ 'I 'f.
Tenn. They came back !
20.Mrs.. Burney Dobbs and through the Smoky Mountainsand \ fI. BOARD
grandaughter. Tammy, of spent one night there. \t I
Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Parrish, .
her inlaws.11": and Mrs. of Kissimmee, visited their "\oi't' MEMBER I
Arlie Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Hester Hicks, and
Ernest Hewitt. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
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Resident Works Who In OurCity Lives and All Political Ads for the ., 'ti; i E A vote for Arthur Gaskins IS


Sept. 5 1974 a vote for a wise investment in your childs future
Pad POI Adv i I ,


Telegraph MUST be in our I and your tax dollarHas


Bible Answers: office by 10 A.M. FRIDAY two children in the school system, a son Mike, in high

school and a daughter Teresa in the Middle School.


WHAT IS HOMOLOGY' Aug. 30 1974. President of the Bradford County Fair Association, 1972-73-74;

President of Northeast Florida Broiler Producers Association
Homology is a common word among evolutionists. It is the I THE TELEGRAPH Will CLOSE ; .
study of similarities in nature They have assumed that similarities Past President of BHS Quarterback Club, 1974; Member Board of :
among living things indicate that higher forms of life
evolved from lower forms. So you see there is a great Monday Labor Day----- Governors, Chamber of Commerce; Presented Award by Local
similarity between a gourd and a goose egg so the goose must ,
have evolved from a gourd1' Come to think of it, there is also a Chapter of FFA; Worked with Calf Scramble Committee for 4
striking similarity between a cotton-boll weevil and an Your Cooperation is
elephant so elephants must have evolved from cotton-boll years, presently CoChairman.Your .

weevils Evolutionists! used to contend that man descended from a Appreciated. Give Arthur Gaskins A Chance To Prove-To'

monkey but that is out-dated now. They say this is ridiculous. You He Can Do The Job
I IAt !least we agree on something') The truth is, man and
monkey came from a COMMON ancestor! So we have cause will be
Thank You vote and active support appreciatedPaid
for rejoicing: monkeys are not our BROTHERS, they are our
COUSINS! And again I say rejoice! Pol.I Ad v.I Arthur G as k'
Which reminds me of the story about a monkey sitting in his
cage with the Bible in one hand and Darwin's ORIGIN OF THE
SPECIES in the other. When asked what he was doing he
replied. "I 1 am trying to figure out if I am my brother's keeper,
or my keeper's brother."
It is easy to prove that some of our ancestors swung by their STRONGLEADERS BILL
NECKS but by their tails?Well that's something else again!!'HISoufchside


Church of Christ

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questions to Schedule of Services HESTER
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