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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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66 Percent Turnout

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percent of Bradford County's 5,812 qualified -

electors are expected to mark ballots in the three First
1fr
Primary elections (Democrat, Republican, and NonPartisan -

>( ) to be held next Tuesday. The voter turnout here is To ugh Chore

w,, likely to be well ahead of the predicted state average of

only 30-40 per cent in statewide voting.

r r rowNUr 'x Supervisor of Registration Neva Flynn bases her 66 per

cent prediction on past Bradford voting records which

';F show that even off-year elections have brought as high as Faces New

70 per cent of the qualified voters to the polls.

Everybody gets to vote TuesdayDemocrats on a big

white ballot; Republicans on a smaller blue one; and
.+. ll ,. and "others") on a
I Y yr everyone else (including Independents Fathers
IL'v; 4gett'.4L yellow non-partisan ballot used for judiciary candidates City

The county has 5,501 qualified Democrats, 248

:2i Re P ublicans. and fi3: ..noH....w........"..."
: STARKE "We'll be start figures for the city's new
,
Based on rally reaction, On the state side of the ing off over $300,000 in the budget for the year beginning
') in politics is ticket,a record 11-man field is
i interest county hole. I can already see that October 1 said that rising
pe}"' d '9 Aa' PoI B. th y k ,b y centered in the three School vying for the U.S.Senate post, much," Clerk Merrill Ed- costs for everything in every
h w.K3 R. with Bill Gunter former
Arthur
4Y Board races, where wards said at Tuesday's city department and principally
Gaskins and Herman Johnsonare Central Florida representative commissioner meeting. curtailment in natural gas
seeking to oust incumbent in Congress; Mallory E. Edwards, now in the supplies was to blame for the

: Johnny Blaine Thompson in (See Page 3)PROVIDENCE process of compiling the need of increased revenues for
District 1; Patricia (Pal) the city to remain solvent.
Spengler hoping to ''unseat
With three seats to be filledon
incumbent H. A.
1 # ,, veteran the commission in
and
Lawson in District 2, Ex-Con Is
SoughtFor
three hopefuls, Maurice Tuesday's September 10
: Edwards Jr., William G. election, Edwards' announce-
Graudons, and J, T. Parrish ment gives a fair warning to
Fh the newly elected commissioners -
,,4 held
14 eyeing the seat now by
incumbent Seeber D. Good whoever they mightbe
man. QuestioningIn ,that t their new task will not

High administrative costs, be an easy one.

hundred crowded onto the old Lawtey to political speeches in the second Democratic rally before faulty construction, inade- With the city losing valuable
Several
persons
and listen the Sept 10 primary. quate maintenance programs, experience from senior incumbent
wharf to eat barbequed chicken
strawberry Friday Orie
and neglect of students needs Union Deathchildren member
were the issues most mentioned Wiggins, with 16 years of
by candidates seeking service behind him and that of
tto: oust the so-called School A nine however, positive Mayor Commissioner Neil
Costly School AdministrationIs Board "yes men." day search for Mrs. Jacque- identification has not been Tucker with eight years of
Only one controversial issue line Joanna Smith was established. Union County service, neither of whom
reared its head in the County brought to a tragic conclusion authorities are awaiting the sought re-election to their
Commission races when Mark Sunday, September 1, about report of an autopsy being commission posts, the voters
B. Adkins, seeking the District 5:30: p.m.when two young men performed on the body by a will face a critical choice next
Still Chief Target At RalliesCostly 2 seat held by incumbent canoeing on the Santa Fe Jacksonville medical Tuesday limited to one incum-
George: W. Roberts, attacked River discovered a decapi- examiner.Mrs. bent commissioner seeking
the'practice of hiring outside tated and partially dismem- Smith had been re-election among six candi- .. .f"
school ad- opinion, coula be spent with "Trim out some of this "experts" to reassess bered body about 400 yards missing since the early dates for the three seats.
ministration continued to be better results on the teacher stuff; cut down on administrative Bradford County property. downstream from the S-241 morning of Friday, August 23, Seeking election to thi.
the chief target as Bradford aide program. costs; and get rid 'of the Roberts defended the prac- bridge. when she failed to return Group I post being vacated b}
County moved toward its Joining in the attack, yes men and rubber stamps," tice,which he said was done at Authorities are seeking ex- home after checking out of the Wiggins is: Marc Jackson.
fourth and final Democratic- Maurice Edwards, Jr., Edwards pleaded. a reasonable cost.E. convict Raymond Stone 35, General Electric plant near vice-president of Jackson
sponsored political rally in the candidate for School Board Blaine Thompson, District 1 W. Hodges Jr. and for questioning in the case. Gainesville at 12:02: a.m. Building Supplies and Fred
BHS stadium Friday night. District 5,said the $1,700 spent incumbent, was the only Harold E. Waters seeking the was Sapp a former conductor with
was not board member to defend the District 4 Commission seat to Sheriff John Whitehead said Her disappearance the Seaboard Coastline
With speaking time set for 7 getting per pupil desired per year results in present board's practices. He be vacated by incumbent Tuesday that he was reported by her husband, railroad and a city residentfor
p.m., the final rally will be education, and is more than said that the actual "operat- Eddie Allen, confined their reasonably certain that the Marvin Smith, who started and a six years.
preceded by a chicken supper surrounding counties are ing. budget. total was $4 remarks to qualifications for body found is that of the search at 3 2)a.m.) (See Page 2))
See Page
served by the Starke Woman'sClub spending. (See Page 2)) the post.charges. missing mother of three young (
starting at 5 p.m.

I I Tuesday The slim night crowd proved at Hampton once UC \jand

.. tant again than that political food is more promises impor-in Cason Board Must Explain Transfers

getting a crowd out to hear the .", .. .
candidates. Both foodless and Miss Michele Hardin at
explain our assignment
within the school
School Board, filed positions
of the being againstthe
r and BUTLER Anotherin proval "
LAKE Cason School.
ralliesHampton duties of employees, Union County High
Brookerwere poorly attended a series of charges against effective August 13, Clarke Supt. and Board. system.A hearing on the said. Approved the transfers of:
the Union contempt
while the Lawtey Supt. Jimmy Cason and four was County transferred Adult High to as principal Cason maintains that he and matter will be held Friday, In the complaint filed with Frank Yanossy, effective
Union County
the
event last [Friday night, members of 19 from Middle Schoolto
A Crawford. and effective August 19, the Board have acted within September 13,at 10:30 a.m. in the court, Clarke said that the August
featuring a barbecued chicken School Board, Ray Union High Ber-
County
Powell Rue was transferred to the the law in making the tran- the District court in transfer was degrading and ;
attracted hundreds in Morris Dobbs, Ray nard Williams, effective
supper Butler Elementar sfers and that the courts have Jacksonville."It's that it was designed to
has been Lake ;
of the rain. and Tommy Mobley, 26, from Middle Schoolto
spite sad state of affairs and August
U.S. District Court in School as a music teacher. already ruled that it is their a humiliate, embarrass
The final filed in Union and
High
rallyandsupperat County
when the Board and I have to
Those transfers were the right to transfer instructionalstaff ridicule him.
draw
Starke is expected to Jacksonville. Richard Rue, effective August
in Federal court to
crowd of all. basis for the contemp members to similar appear Cason reported to the Board
the largest Former UCMS Principal 19, from Union County High to
At Hampton Tuesday Bruce Clarke and former that Rue appeared for employment Lake Butler Elementary, with
Herman Johnson, black Bandmaster Richard Rue on Monday, August St.t' Page 2)
candidate for School Board, have filed contempt charges RecordAdopte Union 19 as required, but has been
District 1, accused one of his A big piece of chocolate against the Superintendentand Budgetd out on sick leave since,
opponents (incumbent Blaine cake occupied this Board for their failure to working only the one day. Supt. Cason

Thompson) of quoting budget youngster's attention much follow the provisions of a court In personnel recom-
figures he said Incorrectlylisted better than the speaking at order to restore them to the mendations the Board approved RetaliatesAgainst
school administrationcosts Lawtey.At 2:$cents a slice, the positions held at the .time of After Hearingplicated the appointments of
as $115,000, or two per cake went fast, especially the their dismissal by the Board five to the staff at the Lake
cent of the budget. Johnsontroamlrirr chocolate: The Lawtey last April. Butler Middle School: Mrs. UCEALAKE
Volunteer Fire Department At' the time of their of the Charlene Cunningham, Mrs.
provided the food and cleared dismissal Clarke was the LAKE BUTLER A public< Driggers explained that patient. pregnancy The patient was Juno DeLando Schoeller Mrs BUTLER Superin-
( about $-1k). principal at the Lake Butler hearing on a $928,930 budge according to his informationon admitted on June 30 and gave Barbara L. Floyd, Miss tendent James Cason has
Middle School and Rue was and establishing a l'J7& the account it was for the birth two twins and Marianne McDowell I and Mr. taken retaliatory action
x NZ said that another $83,000, the bandmaster at Union millage rate of 4.13 mills was care of a Union County admitted discharged on July 3. An in- Duane Helle. Accepted the against the Union County
listed! in the budget under County High School. According accomplished by Union resident who had been vestigation, according to the resignations of Carl Durrett Education Association by
another heading, was actuallyfor to a court order issued County Commissioners Tues to the University hospital, revealed that the and Kenneth Scarborough at denying use of school
school administration, by Judge Charles Scott of the day, September 3, at their Hospital from a clinic in (See Page 2) Lake Butler Middle School buildings for meeting purposes -
bringing the total administrative U.S. District Court in regular meeting. Orange Park due to a com- refusing to handle

cost to 198000. Jacksonville the Board was The record budget for thi membership dues by payroll
.Such practices of "hiding required to restore the two year beginning October I, 197-1 Full deduction through his office,
money' is deceiving the tax- men to the positions formerly calls for the expenditure of City Dump Nearly an erecting that any further
payers, Johnson said, calling held. $622,045 from the Genera com unications to him be
for voters to( move the "yes Prior to the receipt of the )Fund: $191.000)) from the Roar conducted through his at-
DinnerHot men" out so that student court order however, the and Bridge Fund; and$115.785from ; torneys.In .
needs would be given priority Board had employed Randy the Indebtedness Sinkmi Trawick Tells Commission"It an open letter sent to the
Dogs rather than buildings and ad Newland as principal of the Funds. organization last week, Cason

Will Be Sold ministration.. Middle School and Calvert Revenues will be derive! would last about 10 or 12 said:
At Rally Severs Band Directorof "Gentlemen, we are on our such as the one near Keystone
Van as Educa-
"The Union
Attacking school administration from; Federal sources last ditch. We're fixing to which has already been approved years. Of course, it would County
Friday 5:15: p.m. Union County High. State sources board. of land and tion Association is forbiddento
$91,795. the kind
from another On the recommendation of reach a crisis on city garbage.We by the pollution depend on
conduct
BHS Stadiumby front Mrs Patricia (Pat) Supt. Cason and the ap- $437,304. Local sources have simply run out of( The dump will have to be how deep you could dig," meet or any
business during regular
$261,012, Non-Revenui with attendant on Trawick said.
Spengler, candidate for the space. We can operate out fenced an hours and
Woman's Clubof District 2 School Board seat, sources $104,000 and a cast I. there for three or four monthsat hand, and the garbage The commissioners after school working school
Starke said that two years ago( the In- Saturday Hours carryover from last year of the most" County covered every day. Those are being enlightened of the neither be will used any for meeting
cumbent superintendent ran 79523. Sanitarian Jack Trawick told the regulations that we are problem, agreed to look into buildings"
----- on a platform of"cleaning out In addition to the 4.15 mill:I Starke City Commissioners now required to operate un the matter of procuring a suit- purposes.
advised thatteacher's
the USO"but instead of that, Set To Apply approved at Tuesday'smeeting ;I Tuesday night September 3, der."I able site at nearby Camp The UCEA was dues-
membership
for the new budget ai I would suggest that the and Neil
Santa Fe Com College administrative costs of USO at their regular meeting. Blanding Mayor deducted from theteacher's
additional 0.699 mills wa:I. look into the possibility of Tucker to make the formerly
personnel have actually in- Trawick was referring to city agreed
Starke Campus creased, she declared."It For AbsenteesThe approved separately for the. the city dump at the northeast getting some land that wouldbe initial investigation for the paychecks the UCEA would and ,
operation of the Union Count;) city limits east of the Old suitable at Camp Blandingor procurement of a suitable site remitted to
of
Registration Sept.+A 10 office of Supervisor Health Unit. not be handled on that basis
the
amazes me, Mrs. Lawtey Road somewhere in Keystonearea from the military authoritieswho
6t08p.m. Spengler said, "that $1,350,000is Registration will be open in The commissioners approved for garbage disposal and but any land to be used are in charge of the for the coming year.
the Bradford County courthouse Cason said that the action I
being spent on salaries Saturday Sept. 7, from a resolution from the landfill use has reached its .must first undergo a soil property.The taken is the result of a lawsuit
BHS Science Bldg. other than classroom teachers to 12 noon for the Board of Trustees of the Unior I limits. analysis by the Soil Conservation city received three bidson the amount of $250,000 '
8:30 a.m.
which( personnel), most of convenience: of qualified'electors County Hospital requesting!: "Garbage is going to be a people and approved: by an accumulation of scrap against.n him and four members -'
actually goes for ad- that assessed the pollution board, Trawick iron and three surplus
wishing to apply for no millage be or I problem in Bradford County of the school board filed I ,,
c-.01: ministration. We can afford to absentee ballots for the ,the 1974 tax roll for hospila.1purposes. I With the dumps at Brooker said. vehicles previously ad- Clark and RichardRue .j.
ir4e budget $2,600 for superinten Three mills wa!I and Lawtey already con- "How much land would It vertised to be sold. The sale of by Bruce .
First
(Eommunttuflank dent's travel expenses, but September 10 Primary. assessed in 1973. demned by the pollution board take??" asked Commissioner the metal was made to Craft ,and Joined by the UCEA
,
Mrs. Neva Flynn The retaliation the
can't afford to send our bandto super- McRae. Salvage on a high bid of $450. against I
6tar! for and to be closed to further use Jimmy
deadline
visor, said the Clerk Robert A. Driggers I UCEA also requires that any
of town football recommend about
out in a month," Trawick said."We've "I would Other bids received were: "
for ballots is 5 I
commissioner'swith
communication from
shocked further
p.m. the
....' games," she declared. Mrs. Monday 9, and the bill University got to have more 20 acres," Trawick said. George Ricks. $365.11 and be directed
a..r ---' .. also said that Sept. a from the would 20 acres Craft that body to ,
Spengler $11,000is "How long Hardy Salvage, $112.50.
12Oodfj.or-; for returning ballots Jacksonville I land and we need a high sandy
r...... rt1w ___c- being paid for a reading deadline Tuesda Sept. 10. Hospital in place with a low water table. last for a garbage, dump??" (See Page 3) Cason's attorneys.N
specialist which in her Is 7 p.m. amounting to $3,942.43. RT



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. Rallies ... (From Page 1)) ..... .............. .... .. .,.............................................................. Ex-Con Sought... Explain. Union Budget .... .................... ...... .... )
{from Page 1)
million, which meant a cost Other School Board and and said, "We don't need any reviewed his qualifications, discovered the family (From Page 1) (From Page 1)
per pupil of approximately County Commission can- outsiders to come here and including 27 years in state automobile about 9 a.m. board member Donald Dukes patient was Indigent and a Included in the project are
$1,000 annually. lie said that didates confined their muddy up my record." auditing, and service as August 23 about a mile from disapproving in a favorable 3 resident of Union County, and 37 land owners in Union
fixed cost debt service is remarks in a repetition of Williams also pointed to his assistant auditor general. the Smith home with the to 1 vote. that they were therefore, County and 14 in Baker.In .
$750,000 annually; Hi mills material used at previous perfect roll call I record, and Morris Moody spoke for whereabouts of Mrs. Smith Appointed Mrs.. Patricia billing the county for the other' actions atTuesday's
are required for capital state rallies. U9.89!! per cent voting record in State Treasurer and Insurance unknown at the time.A Ann Cain and Mrs. Leila G. expenses. The charges, the meeting, the
funds (new school buses, Both candidates for State the legislature. CommissionerThomas Barton as substitute teachers hospital said, were based on commissioners:
alert has
national been
etc.); $160,000 goes for special Representative, District 25, Tony Wesolowski, candidatefor O'Malley at the Sheriff John and Mr. Ralph Walker and current Medicaid rates. -Agreed to call for bids ona
projects, such as the Title I appeared at the Lawtey rally Representative in Hampton rally, stating that issued by for Mrs. Carol Yanossy to the "We won't pay that until 27 cu. ft. loader for a county
reading program; $300,000( )( for for the first time, but were Congress, District 2, and Floridians had been repaid Whitehead RaymondStone Adult Education Staff. we're forced to," said Com garbage disposal project.
the food service program; and content with mild sparring Kenneth H. (Buddy) MacKay millions of dollars in in- 35, who disappearedfrom In other actions at the missioner Skip Woodington, Phillip E. Davis of Truxmore
only four mills goes into the rather than an all-out slug seeking the Sixth State surance refunds during the Providence date area on Friday meeting, the Board: and quickly made a motion to Industries will assist the
actual operating budget Senatorial District seat, were O'Malley's administration. the same August 23. Changed the time of the decline payment and Board in writing the specifica
Thompson said. fest.Regarding the sore spot of the only two non-county candi- Stone, an ex-convict, has next regular meeting oi the seconded by Commissioner tions.
At f Hampton Tuesday night, tax reassessment, Bill Hester, dates to attend a rally here to been employed as a farm Board from 9 a.m. Tuesday, Gerald Griffis and approved.A. .
George W. Roberts, in seeking to oust incumbent date. Tough Chore... laborer in the Providence September 10, (Election day) G. McCullers District -At the request of Shelton
cumbent County Commission Frank Williams, said "Don't Wesolowski, running (From Page 1) section since his release from to 3:30: p.m. Thursday, Sep-- Forester, presented the annual Arnold, referred the questionof
District 2 member, mounted a blame your tax assessor. The against Rep. Don Fuqua, the Raiford prison on tember 12. report of the Union. a right-of-way on S-231 to
defense of the reassessment legislature did this to us. We spoke at Lawtey, attackingthe The Group 3 seat being November 9, 1972. Approved the sale of a Baker Cooperative Forest the Department of Transportation
expense which had been at- must have a representativewho incumbent as a "spend- vacated by Mayor Neil Tuckeris Stone was last seen when surplus school bus to the Management Project for the for checking.
tacked by his opponent, MarkB. knows what is going on. I thrift liberal." Wesolowski being sought by three candidates stopped by Georgia Providence Village Baptist year ending June 30, 1974.
Adkins, in two previous am qualified to read these labeled himself a conserva- Carlton Chastain, Bill authorities near Folkston, Ga. Church for$625,the high bid of McCullers presented the -Rejected one bid receivedon
rallies. bills and know what they say. tive, determined to fight infla Glover and Harold Epps, andis at 1:30: August 23, to four received. report on behalf of County mowing machine and
p.m. prior a
Roberts said the county paid I guarantee you'll know lion, higher taxes, and the only race in which a run the issuance of the all-points Authorized minor ad- Forester. Paul J. Jastrum, authorized the readvertlsing
$37XX: () )) to aid the tax assessorin what's going on before it hits government controls. off could occur if the voting is bulletin for his apprehension.Stone justments in school bus routesin who resigned to accept employment of bids to include a wider
the reassessment program, you." Hester an Orange Park MacKay declared his In- close. the Palestine and Raiford In Hartwell, of bidders. .
but declared the county got its lawyer, has served as terest in promoting home rule Chastain is a 37 year was sentenced to area, by restoring the mileage Georgia with the Army Corpof range-Authorized a call for bidson
money's worth by obtaining a research attorney for both for counties and cities via an resident of the city and a 20 prison on May 29, 1970 from traveled that was discontinued Engineers. and diesel fuel.
system of property appraisal legislative houses. expanded and updated year veteran and captain of a Volusia County and was during the energy -Received gasoline and
equal I to the standard used by Williams replied, "YesIt's vocational education Crash and Rescue Unit of the serving two consecutive five crisis. Jastrum's report indicatedthat of Jerry approvedthe Wilson
the State. He said that as a those lawyers in the program. He was named Cecil Field NAS Fire Depart. year terms on conviction of a Deferred action on the gross revenues generatedfrom report ,
result, Bradford is one of only legislature who've been doing outstanding first term ment. crime against nature. He was Esther King scholarship the project totaled Emergency Medical
16 Florida counties that has this to you. He reviewed his Representative in 1969 and Glover, a political newcomer released after serving about awards until the meeting of $689,291, including $400,000 Technician on the Union
had its tax roll approved by efforts to obtain compulsory 1970, and most valuable to city politics, is the 30 months of his total ten year September 12. from Naval Stores and Ambulance month of Service, Inc., for
the State. millage rollback legislation, representative in 1971 and '73. local manager of the HolidayInn term. $289,291 from Timber. the August.
Ralph Turlington, incumbent in Starke.
State School Com- Epps, who is also makinghis
Clay Paving & Construction missioner, was represented at first entry into politics is
the Lawtey and Hampton employed as a comptroller
473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE rallies by Paul Hutchins, BHS with a Florida National Guard
vocational agriculture Instructor Unit at Camp Blanding.
Drive Ways Parking Areas who praisedTurlington's The remaining seat to be
administrative filled is Group 5. Seeking reelection
Fill Dirt ability, and said he had to a second term is incumbent
streamlined the Tallahassee Charles J. Schaefer
Land Clearing Lime Rock office since his appointmentfour who has opposition from
months ago. Tommy Williams.
& Clay Marion Pettit, seeking the Schaefer is employed as a
District 6 Senate seat along mechanic with the Florida dtrK ,
FREE ESTIMATES K.L REEVES with MacKay,has been repre- National Guard at Camp
OWNER sented at all rallies by Miss Blanding.
Rebecca McMillan, who has Williams is a civil service
retiree and moved back to his '
hometown in 1969 after 23 $ 'w
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i CONGRESSMAN

I ? INTERESTED ?




i 1 I: ? CONCERNED ? : j DON FUQUAThis




: I PAT SPENGLER : '
.: I II II has been'a year of crisis in all levels of government. Stability,
experienced leadership and integrity are important, now more than

I ever.

I IS INTERESTED & CONCERNED! ( i I II Congressman Don Fuqua has ably served our North Florida Districtin
W ._ Congress since 1963. We need his continued leadership and
guidance during these critical times. North Florida is presentlywell

I represented in Washington, as Congressman: Fuqua serves on
Our Children are our most important resource many vital committees and sub-committees. Don Fuqua is workingfor
I all I of us.
They are tomorrow's citizens and leaders of Bradford County and the I
Keep Don Fuqua in Congress. Keep a good man working for
country. They need the best education that can be given them in public North Florida. :

schools; therefore, we should be I INTERESTED AND CONCERNED.We .
I II

I need CAPABLE, I INTERESTED AND CONCERNED CITIZENS our I DON FUQUA for C009rejj/Integrity..now more than ever. .

SCHOOL BOARD who have the ability to conduct business of the school I
Second District, Florida / Democrat
board with SOUND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. .
I
0. Political ad paid by campaign treasurerTURN

: I PATSPENGLER WILL ALLOW YOU TO LET YOUR VOICE BE I II I .

I HEARD ON EDUCATIONAL MATTERS OF BRADFORD I II

I COUNTY. I

I PATSPENGLER IS INTERESTED AND CONCERNED WITH I

!': I YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION AND YOUR TAX DOLLAR.

I PATSPENGLER HAS PROVEN HER INTEREST IN OUR I II

I CHILDREN. II t OVER

I founded girl scout program in March of Dimes for 12 years many

I Bradford County and worked in the children in county received needed

program for 10 years; served on financial help. I

I the Gateway Girl Scout Council was appointed by the County I

$ I Board, governing 10 counties. Commission to serve on the AN OLD LEARFertilize

has held every office in PTA and Juvenile Survey Commission.been .

active in Parent Youth received Civic Service award in I

':; Organization, class of 1973. 1968 from Chamber of Commerce I
served as chairman for now with GoldKist
chapter
I mixed fertilizers.

I You'll save time in the chemicallyWj

i ELECT PAT SPENGLER II I assured of getting the fertilizer .
'
I service is quicker if you have it your ,- \

i I Farmers Mutual Exchange. FARMERS; ;,,I '
i School Board Member District 2, County at large I II Just call us.Ask too about Gold Kist living MUTUAL ;. ;4jHi ,-.,'; (.
seed for winter crops or pastures. UXSr Xmmi X '
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I PROTECT YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION We'll fix EXCHANGE I II/Y'il. '"
you up to a tu rn. :' :' '
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Rep. Plans Motorcade, 66 Percent Turnout Predicted. Dump
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Campaign For Green Cove
(From Page ) was submitted and approvedby
was allowed a period of 30 the commissioners.
Rep. Frank Williams, will "We need to inform the Home, former State Senate his campaign for re-election, businessman; Don Pride, judicial officers to be voted on days to remove the metal The map identifies the flood
climax his campaign for reelection voters of this part of District president; Richard A. Petti- with former state senator Jim former press secretary for by electors of all parties: from city property. areas of the city and complieswith
from District 25 witha 25 what we have accomplishedin grew, former Speaker of the Williams of Ocala as his Gov. Askew, and Bruce A. For State Supreme Court, Three bids were receivedfor the provisions of the
Bradford County motorcade the past two sessions of the House; and Richard (Dick) lieutenant governor running Smathers, former Duval Group 2: Joe Boyd and Rivers the sale of a surplus GMC Flood Disaster Protection Act
organized to tour the entire legislature and how we plan to Stone, former Secretary of mate. Other strong con- County legislator. Buford, Jr. bantam dragline and was of 1973.
district this Saturday, windingup carryon the fight for the State, considered the front tenders are former Secretaryof For State Comptroller For State Supreme Court, awarded to Hardy Salvage on The cover letter submittedwith
at the Green Cove Springs people of this district duringthe runners. State Tom Adams, and incumbent F. O. (Bud) Dick Group 3: Shelby Highsmith a high bid of$1,051. Other General bids the map index states
rally at 6:30: p.m. next two legislative For Representative in Con millionnaire ex-legislator Ben inson is opposed by former and Ben F. Overton. received were that, "Communities where
The motorcade will leave sessions," said Williams."I gress, Second District, Incumbent Hill Griffin.No Miami legislator Gerald For Senate Supreme Court Utilities, $1,000 and George special flood hazard areas
the Bradford County court- want the people of Clay don Fuqua has only one is conceded to have a Lewis, and Napoleon Bryant. Group 4: Arthur J. England, Ricks, $546.11.A of have been formally identified
house at September 7 County to know that the peopleof token opposition in the personof marked edge in the fourmanrace Incumbent State Treasurer Jr., and Sam Spector.For map index of the City must be actively participating
and all Williams friends and Bradford County and St.- "conservative" candidate for the office of Secretaryof Thomas D. O'Malley is opposed Judge of the District Starke showing the Special in the program by June 30,
the
supporters are invited to join. Johns County are just as interested Tony Wesolowski of State, being sought by by Fitzhugh Powell and Court of Appeal, 1st Appellate Floor Hazard Areas within
in getting the right Tallahassee. Beverly F. Dozier, an employee Jack Shreve. District, Group 1: John Paul city, prepared by the Federal
Williams' campaign effort kind of representation in Governor Reubin Askew is in that office; J, L. Incumbent Commissioner of Howard, Rufus O. Jefferson, Insurance Administration, a -,Me,--
has centered around serviceto Tallahassee as they are." believed to have the edge in McMullen, Live Oak Education Ralph Turlington, E. R. Mills, Jr., David U. division of the Department of
the people District 25 on a of Gainesville, is opposed by Tumin, and Wilson W.Wright. Housing and Urban Develop
full-time basis. Williams N, E. Fenn Jr., Sheila C. .
SAVE PINTO SAVE MAVERICK SAVEchance. 3:
accents in particular his ef- Vote Set King Zollie M. Maynard, Sr.,
forts to bring property taxes Hampton Tuesday and John S. Shipp.Incumbent c
back to their former levels by ., William T. z
the expedient of a millage roll How many of Ham ton's 183 Bruno Is the incumbent prevent it. The two top vote Mayo, of the Public Service < u..1,5
back. This endeavor, sponsored registered voters will go to the seeking reelection'and has getters will be the new coun- Commission, is opposed by F- D
I by Williams, is slated to polls Tuesday, September 10 served as Mayor prior to his cilmen (or councilwoman Alcee L. Hastings, black attorney COID
continue unabated into the to elect a Mayor, a City present term.Thompson perhaps). from the East Coast. Q ',1,
next legislative session. Marshall and two Councilmenin (from California, There will be no contest for Kenneth H. MacKay, Jr., r
Williams attention to his jobas addition to deciding on an has been a resident of the office of city clerk. The former Ocala state representative :E I
representative is indicatedby appointive or an elected Chief Hampton for the past three incumbent office holder, and Marion Pettit, : : to
the fact that his attendanceat Alachua auditor are seekingthe
of Police? years.Williamson. Shirley Forsyth, did not seek lake
the 1973 and 1974 For the Mayor's post three formerly re-election to the post. The District 6 Senate seat LU
legislatives sessions was candidates are on the ballot: served the city as a coun- new city clerk will be Alma vacated by Jim Williams. >
highlighted by no absences an Arthur Bruno, Lonnrie cilman, is making his first Ruth Roark, who qualified for Incumbent Frank Williams, < m
accomplishment not matchedby Thompson and Charles race for Mayor.A office without opposition. Her 25th District Representative, dealer s
any other legislator. Williamson.pOOOOQOOOOOOQOOOQOOOQOOOOOOO. three-way race for City name will not be on the ballot.In is opposed by Bill Hester, a '
Orange Park attorney, who 0
Marshall has withR.
developed
a referendum, the also ran against Williams two COo z
II. Fred
Parker Phillipsand
will decide if
voters
Hampton
Dennis ( ) Roark years ago. for ide
Buddy
they want to continue the a
DeWift C.JonesFuneral contending for the post. Only two races are on the .r
Parker has served in the election of a City Marshall short Republican ballot. DC 0 o -
(Chief of Police) or make the Competing for the Republican
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marshall. w
past as city
position appointive by the nomination (for U. S. Senateare
Home Phillips, the incumbent, is >
council.
five-member City
re-election. Jack Eckerd, millionnaire
seeking That question was put on the drug store chain magnate,
STARKE PHONE 964-62OO newcomer Roark, is making a political his first ballot at the recommendationof and Paula Hawkins, Incumbent ANY NEW 1974 1 COm
.RENTAL for office, Mayor Bruno, who favors member of the
HOSPITAL 6EDS,WALKERS WHEEL CHAIRS try Two incumbents Ted the appointment method for Florida Public Service
CRUTCHES Curtis, Sr. and Ralph Trisler, Chief of Police. Commission. UJ
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will be to retain Seeking the Republican
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS attempting
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their council seats, while
trayed as an old man or a
PHONE 473-3176 Leslie Jones and Evelyn Treasurer are Jeffrey L. 1
baby. Like most people it
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I i Voters Turn Out Despite Weather For Union RallyLAKE 70% Turnout '74 Rainfall In Behind 50 Yr. Avg.In .


Seen In spite of a wet July and
City of the fire record for
BUTLER With a program and careful spendingof employment as a timber and DISTRICT August,which brought almost excess the public to use extreme care
heavy layer of rainclouds the tax dollar. pulpwood operator as his Archie L. Clemons, a 21 inches of rain to the county, the entire year of 1973, which in starting fires during the
hanging overhead and Donald G. Dukes, In- qualifications for office. candidate for District 4 STARKE City Clerk Bradford is running almost had only 155 fires reported, remaining months of 1974.
threatening a downpour at cumbent, said that Reeves is a life-long residentof Commissioner said that his Merrill Edwards predicted with a total burn of 915 acres.
inches under the 50
eight year In view of the fact that the Permission must be obtained
any moment, an uncounted educational opportunity was Union county and said that experience as a heavy Wednesday morning that not for the first eight
number of citizens heard a second only to Christianityand he would appreciate the equipment: operator and 5 more than 1,450 voters would average months of 1974. height of the fire seasondoesn't from the Forest Service
slate of 12 candidates seeking favors more stress on the support of the people in his years of service with the turn out for the city's Sep- August proved to be the start until December before doing any type of out-
three seats tember 10 election. the Forest Service cautions side burning.
the
on school county's vocational training candidacy. county road departmentwould wettest month so far this year
board and two on the county program and more emphasison be useful in the job and With a purge of the county's with an 11.10 inch average'over
commission in the only Union reading in the lower Gerald Griffis, incumbent promised that he would do the registration records by Super- the county, but fell 2.93
County rally scheduled for the grades. Dukes said that the seeking another term, said best that he could if elected. visor of Elections Jeneva M. inches short of the 14.03 50-
September 10 Primary.The county's $2 millon dollar that he was running on his Incumbent J. Felton Smith Flynn, which now includes the average for August Re-Elect CHARLES
year
rally, held Thursday, budget was just a drop in the past record of service and had and the Board's present voter records of the City of July was the second wettest
August 2'J. at the Lakeside bucket for some of the larger missed only two meetings chairman is seeking a fifth Starke, the new total of voters with 9.8 inches, and May ran SC1iAFFLII
Community Center under the counties like Dade or Duval, during the last term of office, term and said that he wasn't stands at 2,086. In the last city third with 8,05. June broughl
sponsorship of the Union but for Union County it was a both times on account of making any promises to election more than 2,300 6.8 inches, and March an ever YOU
County Democratic Executive big, big bucket. illness.Griffis pointed out that anyone that he could not fulfill voters were registered and a 6. January was the driest CITY COUNCILMAN
Committee, provided a DISTRICT the county's millage had been and asked the voters to total of 1,609 voters went to the month so far with only 1.1 inch
reasonably good turnout of Pamela Bolls Thomas only reduced in each of the last examine his record of fairness polls of rain April had only 1.75, GROUP B
citizens which some observers woman seeking office in Union three years. and impartiality. Edwards' prediction forTuesday's and February 3.25. RESIDENT Or STARKE 29 YEARS
estimated as low as 200 and County a candidate for the turnout is about 70 The first eight months A MAN OF PROVEN ABILITY
others as high as 400. District 5 School Board seat Incentive Pay For Correctional Officers percent of the registeredvoters. averaged 47.90 inches of rain
Local attorney Hal Y. said that "educational opportunity over the county, while the 50 STANDS FOR BETTER
Maines,a member of the Slate is the greatest RAIFORD State Rep. "The correctional officer ------- year average for this period is } ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES
Democratic Executive legacy that we can provide for George Grosse is in favor of with more training can per- 55.80.
Committee, was in charge of our children," and that she providing incentive pay for form a better job for the Incensed viewer: "I've Since January 1, the Florida i:
the evening program and was young enough to un- correctional officers upon state," Grosse said, "and also watched TV grow from in- Forest Service has reported Your Vote And Support Will Be AppreciatedPaid
introduced each of the derstand the problems of the completion of college courses' be of more help to the individual fancy to adultery." 219 fires burning 1,790 acres I ( Pol. Adv.)
speakers. students. Mrs. Thomas is 25, in the criminal justice field of inmate on a daily E doe D ,in Chicago Tribune{ of woodland. This is far in
SCHOOL BOARD and a 21 year resident of Lake studies. basis." .
DISTRICT I Butler and a registered nurse Grosse, a candidate for reelection "I would like to see an In-
For School Board District 1 Incumbent Ray Powell, to the State House centive pay system for
Nathan Powell said he woulddo seeking another term, said toured construction of a new correctional officers similarto VOTE I
everything in his power to that he had always been fair inmate housing project at the that which was Implemented LEE DRAWDY
help the citizens with their with everybody, and stressedhis Union Correctional Instituteat for Duval County for
school problems and would business experience as Raiford recently when he sheriff's deputies," Grosse
endeavor to help cut down on publisher of the Union County said incentive pay would bring said during the tour of the COUNTYWIDE _
heavy expenses of the school Times, the operator of a better performance. prison facilities.
administration. mobile home park and as a

Incumbent Tommy Mobley, registered real estate broker. Cinch DamageChinch
Bug First the ballot Commissioner District 2
seeking re-election for Powell said that he wants the on County

another term, cited a list of children to know about the nitrogen fertilizer, preferablya ,
and fertilization
bug damage
accomplishments occurring world of work and challengedthe is there relationship natural organic, for use on i r'-- ---r' 'P.
during his term of office and voters to think before a St. Augustinegrass during the \ COUNTY

said that he had always kept voting.COUNTY The? chinch bug is the most summer. Soluble nitrogen -;:. Member, Board of County
the taxpayer in mind and COMMISSION: materials, like ammonium
damaging insect on St. Augus- Commissioners District 2
asked the voters to comparehis DISTRICT nitrate of ammonium sulfate, : ,
and ;
lawns '
sooner or
experience with that of his For the District 2 Com- tinegrass homeowners haveto should be applied 'after the ""' k (Vote for One)
later most
mission seat Robert J. .. ./ rt'
opponent. peak of the chinch bug season. .
control this '
to pest. '','
DISTRICTS (Bobby) Anderson, a veteran, spray have During June and July, if
changed
For the District 3 School cited a 20 year record in Many people fertilizer is needed, use an ',
Board Carl K. ( federal service as his lawngrasses as a solution to "," ,. LEE DRAWDY
post Bobby) the chinch bug problem since organic nitrogen material '-' .
Hawkins pointed out the lackof qualifications for office, and such as sludge. / '
attacks r. VV
the insect only seriously
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discipline in some of the said that he would be a full These recommendationswill ,. '
St. Augustinegrass.
schools and favors the ap- time commissioner, would get not eliminate chinch bug "
There is, however, a to YM
way ROBERT C
of out and talk with the people on '
pointment a disciplinary and this is damage but they offer a ;
reduce turf injury,
Committee to handle some of the county's problems, and management tool which can -'
fertiliza- 4
the problems. Hawkins said would stand firm on his by proper summer help in reducing the severityof #c lAURENCWxlONES

that he would be a full time convictions on any legislation. tion.Almost it attack caused by the L. A. KELLCf JR.
ten years ago was ,
school board member. Anderson was critical of the the and rate number one pest on St. Augus- -:' i
shown that source
Walter F.Williams said that closing of the Union County of fertilizer had a tinegrass. -. (Pd Pol. Adv)
nitrogen
his decision to get into the Hospital and said that a
effect the
tremendous on sus-
his and that he administrator had -
race was own previous
was prompted by no one, in told him that it's successful ceptibility of St. Augustine-
chinch As
to bug injury.
spite of what some of the operation was blocked by grass fertilization In-
voters may have been told. politics in the county. nitrogen
Williams has four sons in the Elicano Reeves, of Raiford, creased, chinch bug damage
school system and favors an cited a 14 year work record increased.fertilizer Grass receiving had the no( TG& Y
expanded vocational training with DuPont and his own self- nitrogen vim .
least damage. The greatest : _
difference was between
sources of nitrogen. The l\f.lf\

organic source of nitrogen at -
gteet all rates resulted in fewer .
c chinch bugs and less grass fff
damage. family center ) -
Rufus O.JEFFERSON. Lawn spraymen and others I -eEFORE YOUfJO!
have thought for a long time
that the use of high rates of

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1st District Court of nitrogen, U. S. Starke. Fla.
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. ---------------Rural America Rediscovered, National Geographic Book Reveals .--.---------------

WASHINGTON changing their ways for two:1uwrieans from. past: body here is as good as every- view: "Having a piece of land
are on the move kinds of reasons born of Ex-city folks, now that "The history of a nation," body else." "It's a great placeto affects a man. lie watches
\ a determined current experience they've learned a bit about life he said, "is only the history of raise kids." "I like to live ina every little change-in the
.iKuin.\
running against! t the long-time Onetimerural Americans, down on the farm,are headingoff its villages written large./' town where I'm called by weather, In the seasons. And
flood from farm to city now that they've seen the big to where they think they However, since then the migration my first name." "Here I can he learns to be himself."
?Thcv I? \ RIP.' be! only a steady: cities and perhaps lived there want to be. away from rural leave a footprint." M fH HHBH9r.MEEHM 'E& MB*>'B>> H v wv
tru'kliM lar. but they are for some years, are heading In small towns, farms, and America has continued apace.In !Many new rural Americanscame ------
buck to where they came ranches across the country 1960, 15.6 million still livedon as greenhorns.A college There's to be SAND COUNTRY
M . KK .AtM KMM K 4 +14 they were located and interviewed farms and small towns. graduate turned down a said for inviting one thing trouble: it F YOURSELF.
: by writers of the Only 10 years later, there promising bank job to becomea generally accepts. ,
RTTENTION National Geographic Society's were 9.7 million. fledgling and then highly Mae Maroon In "Una o' Type," Join the Army Reserve. Serve your country while
latest book "Life in Rural On the other hand a small successful pig farmer. A Chlcaqo Trlbuno civilian
YaurFutureisNaw! : America." The book's words town banker in Minnesotamay picture editor of a city news you learn a skill that can help you toward a career. .
and photographs portray a have been speaking for paper moved his family to a
world longingly remembered, many rural Americans whenhe New England village and a U.S. 301 N. STARKE, FLA.
G.E.D. Examinations Will Be
: Given Week of 9
September or forgotten, or never knownat told a writer that the flight new life of repairing cars. S & W MUFFLER SHOPS
1974. Applications for the Examinations must be made in all. from the farms has leveled Rural living still has chronic
"The trouble is INDEPENDENT DEALER
4 advance. Deadline for making application is September 6, : :Nation\ of VillagesIt's off.In only the last decade, Vermont problems.there's nothing to hold the "
1974. a world that survives has acquired a shadow young people," says a prairiefarmer's
rich and wholesome despite a population of part-time residents wife. "There are no lII
century of being drained of its almost equal to its permanent jobs no opportunities...." _
For More Information Please Call 9646150. population. population. There is more than one side
In 1880 most Americans fo small town life. "Peoplestill sej/lI
Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center : lived on farms and only 28.2 Quotes of Praise take an interest in one BRAKES
if MUFFLERS
609 North Orange Street percent in cities with more Quote after quote in the another," says one man. SHOCKS
than 2,500 population. At the book praises rural America: Others complain about busy- STARTERS ELECTRICAL
Starke, Florida 32091 : dose of the century President "Here a person is somebody bodies. GENERATORS PH. 964-5677 >
** . . K .. +FK +FM . 44 Woodrow Wilson had his own .""Here we don't" have to And a man living on a ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS T
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Y----------------1 Students Counsel .--------------------. Blue Denim Is Hot Item In Fashions --------------------- .

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ELECT student'sclothing formed to promote the use of
remained stable throughoutthe cotton twill, first made in on the college
Small BusinessIn GAINESVILLE Blue It has the fabric in new ways.
Top grade denim Nimes,France,over 200 expenditures.
years. years
: THOMAS denim is "in. be also been a boon to the cotton Worldwide markets are
S.CITY I Hackler, can purchased for 76 centsa ago, was originally woven
SBA ProgramThis Miss Nadine Florida yard wholesale. This is a with indigo blue warp yarns industry, for blue denim opening up. It is reported that of
clothing specialist accounts for eight and one- denim dungarees are one
Ser- price that few if any comparable and gray filling. It is now seen
II is the third year that Cooperative Extension and fabrics can meet, in various weights and colors half percent of the cotton the hottest items on the black
small businessmen who have vice, Institute of Food Miss Hackler points out. for sport and casual wear, as market. market in Iron Curtain
,
I Sciences says
WilliAMS received assistance from the Agricultural most Denim bleached out, well as work clothes.We Experts think blue denim countries, and in Russia you
of the
I U.S.tration Small have Business also received Adminis-man blue unique denim fabrics is one on the market embroidered recycled, hand-painted, sequined, or, denim may used begin for to see home blue Denim still has Council a great has future.been A can pair get of American as much as blue$75 jeans.PROTECT for a.

r t agement advice from senior today"Produced primarily in the just natural-is going into the furnishings, auto seat covers,
TO TilE newest spring designs. Thereis luggage and fashion accessories -
it was
students at ISO United States
.. t....' t and graduate manufactured as a also some demrrr jeweii-y as well as apparel.
FINISH
schools of business administration. originally THE
:: low-cost, durable fabric for being shown.Indigoblue Knot denim has been aroundfor
COUNCIL denim remainsthe while. But blends of
1 in hot a
( it is
work clothes. Now
demand around the world for most popular color, but cotton and synthetics have not ON YOUR CAR !
now prefaded denim Is been as highly prized as all-
r : GROUP 5 I II Acording to all concerned, high fashion garments become and the available and in demand. cotton denim.
t'III The accessories.It has
benefited.
everyone has times," While production and cost of Blue denim is somewhatstiff BUG SCREENS $400
of
I troubled businesses have received universal fabric our denim remains constant, tht when new,but it becomessoft
I, tJ: RetiredCAN :I II advice in recordkeeping, says In Miss the U.Hackler.S., demand for look and use has changed supple, and more com-. PLASTIC BUG GLIDER $14MBUSH'S
accounting procedures, adver- denirr far exceeds supply. An: radically in the past few fortable the more it is washed.Old
I II t tt tising, and sales promotion.The estimated) 450 million yardsare years. Counterculture denim is so highly prized
DEVOTE FULL TIME TO HELP MAKE said to
students benefit from the produced each year. The movements brought denim its that recycled jeans are
t STARKE A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE. practical experience. And the fashion industry demandsmore popularity with students and it bring higher prices than new
has been adopted into high ones in many parts of the TACKLEON
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:R1'OThANISUPPORT:: WILL BE APPRECIATED preventing defaultson no plans to increase
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Tiger Defense dJJEfl StrongIn Begins Tomorrow






Friday Scrimmage In Jamboree PlayTornado ..


Union County High's 1974 senior, also had a good game Quarterback Danny Hazen
defense did a good job of and was touted by Coach operated with authority on the fans will have their hit the field against Gaines- Eastside, Coach Hurse
stopping the Tigers' second Jones. attack. Hazen is a 5.10 160 first chance to see the 1974-75 ville High in the third priod. thinks, Is going to have a good
unit offense in last Friday pound junior who is inheritingthe team in action when Bradford Buchholz is the host for the football team. The Rams havea
night's scrimmage, accordingto Terming Friday's exercisea signal calling job from ;Y F4, vnk tia High meets Eastside and 1974 Jamboree. lot of experience, good
Head Coach Jack Jones. good scrimmage, Coach starter Abe Perry, who Gainesville High at the Jam- Coach David Hurse said the speed, and quickness, Hurse
"I 1 don't know whether we're Jones also had praise for some graduated.Curtis Rookie quarterback Jimmy Alvarez Is rushed hard but boree this Friday night at team will take the Jamboreein says.
that good or the second team offensive performers. Both gets this pass away in the Tornado scrimmage Friday night. Citizens Field in Gainesville. stride with major emphasisin GHS is just the opposite,
offense is that poor," Jones fullbacks did outstandingjobs Sirmons "of course, Thedefense bottled up the offense,leaving coaches uncertain Tickets are$2.50 at the gate. practice pointing toward little experience, pretty mucha
says. The defense shut out the Coach Jones said. had a good day. He's kind of in if the defense is that good or if the offense needs work the season opener against new team, and has a new
offense, which did not make a Lorenzo Griffin, 5-9 190, can a league to himself," Coach Tornado fans are assignedto Ocala Vanguard on Sept. 20. coach in Wesley Dicks, a Jim
first down. run the 40-yard dash in 4.8, is Jones says.A the pressbox side of the Hurse said that Monday was Niblack assistant who was
The senior laden defensewas exceptionally strong, and young face, a newcomer, Punt Pass Kick RegistrationUnder field along with Buchholz for the first poor practice the promoted to the head job when
led Friday night by the "has a lot of quick about as Coach Jones describes him, the Jamboree.The two side of team has experienced since Niblack went to the Jackson-
of linebackers him." Back-up fullback is the is Luke Smith, a 5-10 junior at Harris Field has been divided, drills began. However, the ville Sharks.
Andy performances Howard,a 6.0185 senior, starting linebacker Andy 155 pounds, who showed up Way Now At Pratt StreetPunt according to Coach Hurse, to players are showing improve The Tornadoes, Coach
and Billy Cain, a 5.9 160 Howard, who turned in an out well in the scrimmage. "He's prevent a riot; it is impossibleto ment in execution, he said. Hurse says, will stick to the
a kind of small guy, but he's walk from one side of the tried and true stuff no tricks,
offensive ;
senior Defensive tackle standing per Pass, and Kick Winners in each age level field the other. Probable defensive starters
to
David Brannen, 6-4 210 and a formance in the scrimmage. got "some quick feet about Competition registration is will get an all expense paid The begins at 8 for the Tornadoes will be ends just straight forward football.
him. Smith can outrun even trip and first, second or third game p.m. Dale Haas and Sheldon "We'll stick with the thingwe
for
now underway Boys only
with the Red
Big facing East-
s r.as,.. Sirmons in a straight 40 yard
at the Pratt Street Recreation place trophies by sponsor Ter- side in the first quarter. Aftera Hodge, tackles Mark Hildreth know best, and that'srunning
dash, the coach says! Ford Motors to the Clark defensive the football," Hurse
'' Center on Monday-Friday willegar breather, the BHS team will and Jimmy ;
Elect' from 3:30 5:30: p.m. till October following tournament. '.... _.._....,. middle guard will be Scott says, pointing out the Tornadoes -
Jerry Dukes did an out- 4.Ages. : Pooser At monster will be have a good many new
standing job at left guard, 8-13 are eligible to play .',;,. Mike Gaskins, cornerback players who'll be getting into
Coach Jones reports. Dukes is at no cost. Seven year old boys Marksman "1);) Johnny Nichols, and at the action on the varsity for the
a senior and a two jear starterat that will reach their eighth safeties will be David Me- first time, including sopho-
MJRKADKINS I The 6-2 and 190. birthday by December 29 may Jordan To Millian and James Aldridge. more signal caller Jimmy
Tiger season Prevail.
opens j
9 compete. 13-year-olds who Probable offensive starters
Sept. 20 at home against hawthorns The Tornadoes two
become 14 before or on Compete HereSFC will be Dale Haas and P. J. are pla-
December 29 will not be Jenkins at ends, Tommy tooning all the way this
eligible to compete. Edwards and Chuck Cox, season, the first time they
On Sept 13, still a week have been able to do that.
Athletes will compete Virgil !M. Jordan of guards David Harper and
first action of the
the
away is host against their own age level. Starke will compete among 11 Allen Norton, and center "We've never had as many
season when the Tigers Contests for Punt, Pass and other state riflemen in the Marlon Thornton. Quarter good athletes as we've got
Williston, Chiefland, and Kick will be held Oct. 5 at 9:30: National Guard Rifle and back will be Jimmy Prevatt, now," the veteran BIIS
Cross City in Lake Butler at 8 a.m. at the Westside Softball Pistol Championship held fullback Matt Hull, running mentor says. "It will give a lot
p.m. in the annual preseason field.This of new boys a chance to play.
Admission is $1 for program will follow here Sept. 714. back Glen DeSue, and flanker
jamboree. for adults. on through to tournaments tI1M back Bruce Barnes. (See Page 9))
and
students Butler will$2 Chief- beginning at Local, Zone, District Each state is authorized to
Lake
second play and Area, Division then the enter a 12 man rifle squad and
land in the
quarter Nationals which is the final
BRADFORD an eight man pistol squad in
Cross City in the fourth. In the .
first quarter Cross City will competition.All the tournament which will NOTICEThe
meet Williston and in the third determine the individual and
COUNTY COMMISSION Chiefland will meet Williston."I Sports Club team shooting champions of
the National Guard for 1974.

DISTRICT 2It's think the Suwannee Con- l\Ieetsl\londay Office Of
ference will be won by one of Squad members are
these members. It has been in The Bradford AllSportsClub selected from the best Army
the last four years. It will be will have its next and Air Guard marksmen SUPERVISOROF
Time For A Change one of the stronger jamboreesin meeting Monday night, Sept. within each state.
the conference, says 6, in the BUS Field House at
Coach Jones.Williston'. 7 30 p.m. ELECTIONSWill
Lets Keep Bradford Countya The meeting will concern a
was the con- major discussion about the I
tas
Good Place To Live ference champion last season, "Membership! Drive" with am,,, ; Be Open
beating Lake Butler in the membership fees of $10.00 per
(Pd PoL Advi I according to
next to last ball game person.
President Joe Hull. Clown big Ma% lies
SATURDAY SEPT. 7
A Fun Practice ,

:Miss Develyn Mathews 16,

one of Keystone:.Mrs.of("atherlnelathews eight Heights 1974: ,daughterof Varsity. is 8:30: A.M. to 12 NoonFor

Let's cheerleaders for the Bradford

Keep There's no Substitute High:Miss Tornadoes:Mathews is a Junior at The Convenience Qualified

BUS and a member of the Pep
JOHNNIE BLAINETHOMPSON Club.This is her first bear as a Electors Wishing to j-\JJplyfor
For cheerleader and so far, enjoys
the task. She admits she
clowns around and acts a little ABSENTEE BALLOTSAbsentee
kooky to Increase enjoymentof (
the practice sessions.
Experience
M She plans to attend University
of South Florida in Tampato ( ballots may also be obtained

become a professionalmodel. during usual office Hours.)
A MEMBEIt I OF THE The children of today are our .

leaders of tomorrow They need

School I Board the best education our tax Keep

dollar can provide. I pledge that RepresentativeFRANK

D1ST. COUNTY-AT-LARGE I will continue to work at all
I: times with their interest at

FAMILY MAN BUSINESSMAN: heart. i
VICE-CHAIRMAN SCHOOL BOARD
.;?. WILLIAMS




Blaine Thompson is a progressive and experienced young Working For You !

Businessman. Owner of Wishbone Chicken. He is now serving on I

the School Board as Vice-Chairman. He is concerned about our

schools, and is doing all he can to make them better at the 4 ,

lowest cost to the tax payers.



Johnnie Blaine Thompson Has Attended Meetings

While Serving On Your School Hoard

wDemocratDistrict

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"A Man Who Can Work With The As Well As For The I

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Johnnie Blaine Thompson has proven his desire, interest, ability 25

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I Cunningham Gulf Places Second In Macclenny I



Cunningham Gulf Men's Cunningham posted a 5-1 First Baptist of Starke Cunningham Gulf went Waldo 11-8. Still swinging hot Both first and second place
Slow-pitch Softball team record. competed in the tournamentand undefeated until the play-offs bats Cunningham defeated teams received individual
placed second in the Invita- Huntley Brothers of Jack- finished with a 2-2 record. against Huntley Brothers, 8-7 Allied Timber 20-2, but was trophies from the tournament,
tional Labor Day Softball sonville won the tournamentas First Baptist defeated and with the final game en- put back 8-7 in its fourth game
Tourney held Aug. 30-Sept. 2 they defeated Cunningham Maxwell House Coffee of ding 13.10.Cunningham's. -------
with 16 area teams competing. 13-10 and 87. Jacksonville 16-8 and Allied by the Huntley Brothers.
Timber 166. First Baptist was first game Cunningham made up for Hired Farm Workers Rise
put out of the tourney 4.3 by was a 15-1 victory over Casa the loss by defeating Waldo 18- Total number of paid form
.fkF Norman's Wins Women's SoftballNorman's Maxwell House Coffee and 19- DeCor of Ocala. The Keystone 8 and faced Huntley again in workers in the U.S. was 2.8
11 by Waldo. Heights team came back in the finals when Cunninghamwas million in 1972, marking the
the second game and defeated defeated 1310. second consecutive yearly 1
A Farm Woman's won on a forfeit by Coiffeur'sof increase.
Slow-Pitch Softball team is Georgia. For last game of ,
34N champions of the Jacksonville the Saturday evening Nor- r
Under
Women's Invitational Double man's was defeated 7-6 by Registration Way I
Elimination Softball Tourna- Macintosh of Georgia, but
ment played in Drew Park in came back the following In Youth Football
N Jacksonville this past morning and defeated Alta-
weekend. monte Realty again 7-5.
c\F The Pratt Street Recreation needed is a pair of tennis,
Norman's won with a 7-1 Norman's again faced Department is now shoes or a pair of rubber
record. Coiffeur's, defeating that registering boys ages 7-9 for cleats.
During Softball play,Aug. 31Sept. team 7-2, defeated J&M ; its Small Fry Flag Football
Fullback Malt (Hull gets a ball In his gut from QH Jimmy 1 Norman's won its first Supply of Jacksonville, and and boys ages 10-12( for its
10-6( against Altamonte played Macintosh in the final Bantam Flag football
Prevail but didn't game
get;( as far as It looks like he's going to in
the above photo. The defense closed in Realty of Altamonte Springs, play-off games and got vic- program, from 3:30-5:30: : p.m. Tennis Tourney
quickly. strived for a second win but tories of 13-0 and 32. Mon-Frt.
To be eligible for Small Frya
Finals
youth must reach the age of SundayAn

_ 7 years before Sept. 15, and
must not attain the age of 10 "open" tennis tournament
... .
before Sept. 15. which began Sept 2 is in
Bantam youth must reach process at the Starke Golf and'
the age 10 years before Sept. Country Club with play in
15 and must not attain the age three divisions.
THE..IPIl., of 13 years before the Preliminary play in each of
specified date.Practice the three age groups 12 and
/ sessions for Small under, 13-17 and 18 and over
1 Fry will begin Monday, Sept. will be played through to
{1' 9, 3:30: 5 p.m. at Pratt Street Friday. Semi-finals will be
prtfit FAMILY Playground. There will be played Saturday, with the
practice each Monday and finals set for Sunday. Sept. 8.
Jerome Johns of Starke shows off a 17-lb. sailfish he Wednesday. Trophies will be awarded to
MARION: boated during the fourth annual Pensacola International Practice sessions for the winners and runners-up of
R ". Billfish Tournament" Bantam League will begin each division.
? Practicing C.P.A. & Businessman John's sail good for runner-up" In the sailfish division was Tuesday,Sept. 10,3:30-5: p.m. "The Tournament seems to
Graduate University of Florida taken from Jimmy!Moore's"Yellowbird" with 50-pd test" line at the Pratt Street Playgroundeach be coming along fine and we
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q. ::.1' approximately" 50 miles south of Pensacola. Tuesday and
The tournament, Thursday. seem to have a lot of good
; } Former asst. Auditor general largest conducted out of Northwest" Florida, attracted 87 There are no participationfees tennis players," states Grover
.:,/ 'j with 27 years service to state & boats and 300 anglers from across the nation. and the only equipment' Howard.

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Another thing that might red spider shrubbery
WINONAH: 2nd In SkiChampionship affect the Tornado play this SPRAY should be sprayed duringthe
Mother & Housewife Friday is a flu epidemic. next. 6 weeks before
+ Hurse sent cold weather in. Frost
J1f)1 quarterback sets
Former school teacher
) Jimmy Prevatt home
can domageshrubs that
r : Office manager Tuesday because of stomach I have .
1% G wy;. RUBBERY j just sprayed.One
Karen Crosier, after cramps and nausea. Tackle ) (])[
/" competing with 26 other junior Donnie Neel stayed home
two of oil
X3 '1 $ JUDY: girls from all over the United Tuesday with a virus, and or sprayings
;' School teacher Alachua County States, came home as second running back Tommy Reddish NOW'A!' emulsion should be appliednow
for healthy
place trophy winner in the seems to be coming down withit more
/ ,* Public Schools trick skiing division during Hurse said Tuesday night. beautiful plants thru
'" Graduate University of Florida the 32nd Annual National One Tornado stalwart who next spring.
I' .. Water Ski Championship won't see action in the 4IORIDA
Pd. Pol Adv. tournament held in Calaway Jamboree is veteran. end ,
ftt-\1\ ,>. Gardens the week of August Donnie Sewell who is just :; EST Ourstoffoftrained.apert
"' 21-23. getting over an entomologists is ready to.
tomy. Sewell, often described ONTROI serve you.
Miss Crosier was the only as the best athlete on the BUS '
A vote for Marion Pettit is a vote for honesty junior girl from Florida to ski football team, practiced for j-'i (auuui ca 964-!?7 45
in the tourney and was the first time Tuesday.
and efficiency in awarded silver medal, .. _.
integrity, government. a ----- ------------- -- -
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"**%*****<++<*f .,* <++** +*,*****> >**+>"*+ l*'+**+' similar to the Olympic ,
medals, for her trick per

CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE DISTRICT 6 formances.
Scoring as high as 1,650 !I II
points in this tournament, I
INFLATIONFIGHTER
compared to her first tour-
nament when she received 490 I I II
points, shows much improvement -
on Karen's form
and abilities during the last .
3 Days Left three months. I II
According to Karen's I
mother, Mrs. R.D. Crosier, I II
Guaranty Federal'sDrawing placing in the National I
tourney automatically
qualifies Karen to ski in next I I
year's National Tourney.
aJ I Karen hopes to improve her I I
slalom and feats
Ilu rn jumping I
before next year in order to I
qualify in that division in the I
national tournament. I
Eleven-year-old Karen, a t .

(iuu(} J f Ar other has resident won top first of honors Lake place and Brooklyn in many tour, I ti r I I

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summer.Florida and Georgia this


LEYLFt1P: : water Her ski first competition experience, which in I I I.athIrJ

gave her an "Expert" rating

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there, Karen went on to I
; receive her "master" ratingin I _
tricks receiving a total of I
860 points in the Junior Girls I
sept. S _; Division in the Spaceland I
Open on Merritt Island. I I
f Her third tourney took her
to the Atlanta Open the first
ZOOP.IGuaranty week of June and she placed SUBDIVISION SPACES FOR
a, first in tricks there in the I
"f Junior Girls Division. I
Federal Starke Office Achieving her Master's
rating qualified Karen to ski MOBILE HOMES
at the world famous water ski
Come On In ; 11 resort, Cypress Gardens,' I I'I
.: .' x during the 34th All American
Register For A Current Leaders In- June.Championship Tourney in I 6-MOe FREE LOT RENTAL I II

During this tourney. Girl 1 1I 1I
Fishing Contest and Junior Girl Divisionswere I When you purchase your lot from

Mrs. Frank Clark 10 Lb. Bass combined, and Karen, I

ElectricTrolling I i E.M. Tucker 7 Lb. 5 oz. placed facing fourth.stronger competition, I OLIN'S

J.E. Crissman 21 Oz. Bream After this tourney, which I
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Motor L. Crews ,B oz. qualified her to ski at Calaway I

; Joyce Barton 2 Lb 11 oz. Spec Gardens Lakeland she Open went where to she the I NEW SUBDIVISION I II

W. Penrose 17 oz received the "ExceptionalPerformance" I II
MORGAN ROAD AND SR. 16
Weighing StationsSuwannee Barbara Mosley 22oz. Shellcracker rating in I
tricks. To receive this rating,
\
Hall 12
Douglas oz. ) a skier must have 1,100 pointsor

Store SAVINGS INFORMATION" '- 1350.more and Karen scored I Mobile Homes Are Going Fast

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Milt Karen placed first in tricks
Bush's Bait & Tackle Typo ol Account 'n .lIm.n' Min Torm Halo. Halo, with a score of 1,440 In the I
o..bOO" Savings None Nan.' US H I JO % Southern Regional tourney I
Now Cortilicalo 'I.. to Day "'H SI held in in Lakeland, BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW I
August I
Wins WithR Now Corlllitalo 0). Voor a 10% 4 71l 5
Everyone Now tarnhcala. 0'.ore >iVoar> -MS' stl H. and went on to the Mid- '
Now Cortificalo rl.oooYaarS' flO' f ovitf held in See Mark Olin I
Georgia tournament Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoney
Savings Recount: Fit: -wn.no.rnln".r""OW.dloc.mpeund tally Eastman, Ga. to score 1,580

-A.v..nfi..ln'.r.. .'penalty l I.riwilrtd lor oarly points, and a first in tricks, OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M.6 P.M.
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and second in jumping.Two
withdrawal,on Urtl/tcal.plant more tournaments are .
lined up for Karen In Sep- : MOBILE .
tember and October.
OLIN'SI
; !': Guaranty Federal Sept. 14-15,she will enter the. 1 1I
1 HOMES
Florida State Championship I
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Tournament,sponsored the.
Gold Coast Ski Club a&-Del Ray I I

Savings and Loan AssociationTh. Beach.From there she will attend I Hwy. 100 Starke 964-56Q6 }1 1t

Friendly; C.ntor/ the ski tourney scheduled in
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Tiger Defense StrongIn Begins Tomorrow





Friday ScrimmageUnion In Jamboree Play



County High's 1974 senior, also had a good game Quarterback Danny Ha/en Ilt:rip -
defense did a good job of and was touted by Coach operated with authority on the Tornado fans will have their hit the field against Gaines- Eastside, Coach Hurse
stopping the Tigers' second Jones attack. Hatcn is a 5-10 160 M tlVn first chance to see the 1974-75 ville High in the third period. thinks, is going to have a good
unit offense in last Friday pound junior who is inheritingthe WM1' team action when Bradford Buchholz is the host for the football team. The Rams havea
night's according Terming Friday's exercisea signal calling job from lrX "1 t h i 9'i4 High meets Eastside and 1974 Jamboree. lot of experience, good
to Head scrimmage Coach Jack Jones."I good scrimmage Coach starter Abe Perry, who + e Kh 1 Gainesville High at the Jam- Coach David Hurse said the speed, and quickness, Hurse
don't know whether we're Jones also had praise for some graduated. Rookie quarterback Jimmy Alvarez is rushed hard but boree this Friday night at team will take the JamboreeIn says.
offensive Both Citizens Field in Gainesville. stride with major emphasisin GHS is just the opposite,
performers.
that good or the second team gets this pass away in the Tornado scrimmage Friday night
offense is that poor," Jones fullbacks did outstandingjobs Curtis: Sirmons "of course, The defense bottled up the offense,leaving coaches uncertain Tickets are$2.50 at the gate. practice pointing towardthe little experience, pretty mucha
defense shut out the Coach Jones said. had a good day. He's kind of in season opener against new team, and has a new
The if the defense is that good or lithe offense needs work
says.offense, which did not make a Lorenzo Griffin, 5.9 190, can a league to himself," Coach Tornado fans are assignedto Ocala Vanguard on Sept. 20. coach in Wesley Dicks, a Jim
first down. run the 40-yard dash in 4.8, is Jones says.A the pressbox side of the Hurse said that Monday was Niblack assistant who was
The senior laden defensewas exceptionally strong, and young face, a newcomer, Punt Pass Kick RegistrationUnder field along with Buchholz for the first poor practice the promoted to the head job when
led Friday night by the "has a lot of quick about as Coach Jones describes him, the Jamboree.The two side of team has experienced since Niblack went to the Jackson-
of linebackers him." Back-up fullback is the is Luke Smith, a 5-10 junior at Harris Field has been divided, drills began. However, the ville Sharks.
performances Andy Howard,a 6.0185 senior, starting linebacker Andy 155 pounds, who showed up Way Now At Pratt StreetPunt according to Coach Hurse, to players are showing improve- The Tornadoes, Coach
and Billy Cain, a 5.9 160 Howard, who turned in an out well in the scrimmage. "lie's prevent a riot; it is impossibleto ment in execution, he said. Hurse says, will stick to the
offensive a kind of small guy, but he's walk from one side of the tried and true stuff; no tricks,
senior Defensive tackle standing per- Pass, and Kick Winners in each age level Probable defensive startersfor
field to the other.
David Brannen, 6.4 210 and a formance in the scrimmage. got "some quick feet about Competition registration is will get an all expense paid The begins at 8 the Tornadoes will be ends just straight forward football."We'll .
him. Smith can outrun even now underway for Boys onlyat trip and first, second or third with the game Red Eastside Dale Haas and Sheldon stick with the thingwe
Big facing
Sirmons in a straight 40 yard
Mark Hildrethand know best, and that'srunning
the Pratt Street Recreation place trophies by sponsor Ter- in the first quarter. Aftera Hodge, tackles
the coach
dash, says.! Clark defensive the football," nurse
Center on Monday-Friday willegar Ford Motors to the breather, the BHS team willClowning Jimmy ;
Elect from 3:30: 5:30: p.m. till October following tournament. middle guard will be Scott says, pointing out the Tornadoes -
Jerry Dukes did an out- 4.Ages. Pooser. At monster will be have a good many new
standing job at left guard, 8-13 are eligible to playat Mike Gaskins, cornerback players who'll be getting into
Coach Jones reports. Dukes is no cost.Seven year old boys IlarksmanJordan Johnny Nichols, and at the action on the varsity for the
a senior and a two year starterat that will reach their eighth safeties will be David Mc- first time, including sopho-
MARKADKINS The 6-2 and 190. birthday by December 29 may To Millian and James Aldridge. more signal caller Jimmy
Tiger
season Prevatt.
opens compete. 13-year-olds who Probable offensive starters
Sept. 20 at home against Hawthorne fry The Tornadoes two
are pla-
become 14 before and
or on Compete Here will be Dale Haas P. J.
December 29 will not be Jenkins at ends, Tommy tooning all the way this
eligible to compete. Edwards and Chuck Cox, season, the first time they
On Sept 13, still a week have been able to do that."We've .
Athletes will Jordan of and
compete SFC Virgil M. guards David Harper
the first action of the
away is against their own age level. Starke will compete among 11 Allen Norton, and center never had as many
season when the Tigers host Contests for Punt, Pass and other state riflemen in the Marlon Thornton. Quarter good athletes as we've got
Williston, Chiefland, and Kick will be held Oct. Sat 9:30: National Guard Rifle and back will be Jimmy Prevatt, now," the veteran BITS
Cross City in Lake Butler at 8 a.m. at the Westside Softball Pistol Championship held MgllltM fullback Matt Hull, running mentor says. "It will give a lot
p.m. in the annual preseason field.This of new boys a chance to play.
program will followon here Sept. 714. back Glen DeSue, and flanker
for
jamboree. Admission is $1 (See 9)
through to tournaments back Bruce Barnes. Page
and for adults.
students $2
beginning at Local, Zone, District
Lake Butler will play Chief- Each state is authorized to
land in the second and Area, Division then the enter a 12 man rifle squad and
quarter
BRADFORD Nationals which is the final an eight man pistol squad in
Cross City in the fourth. In the
.
com petition.AII NOTICEThe
first quarter Cross City will the tournament which will
meet Williston and in the third determine the individual and
COUNTY COMMISSION Chiefland will meet Williston. Sports Club team shooting champions of
the National Guard for 1974.

DISTRICT 2It's "I think the Suwannee Con Meets MondayThe Office Of
ference will be won by one of Squad members are
these members. It has been in Bradford All-Sports selected from the best Army
the last four years. It will be Club will have its next and Air Guard marksmen SUPERVISOROF
Time For A ChangeLets one of the.stronger jamboreesin meeting Monday night, Sept. within each state.
the conference says 6, in the BUS Field House at rw
Coach Jones.Williston'.
7:30: p.m.The ELECTIONSWill
Keep Bradford Countya meeting will concern a
was the con- major discussion about the
Good Place To Live ference champion last season, "Membership Drive" with Be Open
beating Lake Butler in the membership fees of$10.00 per
, (Pd Pol Adv) next to last ball game person, according to
President Joe Hull. Makes
SATURDAY SEPT. 7
A Fun PracticeMiss ,

Uevel'nlathl''s' : 16,
of Keystone Heights, daughter
of Mrs. Catherine:Mathews, is 8:30AM.to: 12 NoonFor
one of eight 1974 Varsity
Let's cheerleaders for the Bradford

KeepJOHNNIE There's no Substitute High Miss Tornadoes.:Mathews is a Junior at The Convenience of Qualified

BUS and a member! of the Pep
Club. This is her first year' as a Electors Wishing tOL\pplyJor
BLAINETHOMPSON For cheerleader' and, so far, enjoys -
the task. She admits she
clowns around and acts a little ABSENTEE BALLOTSAbsentee
kooky to Increase' enjoymentof
the practice sessions.
Experience
She plans to attend Univer-
sity of South Florida in Tampa ( ballots may also be obtained

to become( a professional during usual office Hours.)

A MEMBER OF THE WII1Jfl1j #A& The children of today are our mod('I.
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leaders of tomorrow. They need

School I Board' j the best education our tax Keep

dollar can provide. I pledge that RepresentativeFRANK

IIST.1- COUNTY-AT-LARGE I I. will continue to work at all

I" times with their interest at

FAMILY MAN BUSINESSMAN: \ ...heart.VICECHAIRMAN .
SCHOOL BOARD
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Blaine Thompson is a progressive and experienced young For You !

Businessman. Owner of Wishbone Chicken. He is now serving on

the School Board as Vice-Chairman. He is concerned about our

schools, and is doing all he can to make them better at the 'h

lowest cost to the tax payers.



Johnnie Blaine Thompson' Has Attended All Meetings

While Serving On Your School Board


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Johnnie Blaine Thompson has proven his desire, interest, ability Democrat-District 25

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Cunningham Gulf Places Second In Macclenny I

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Cunningham Gulf Men's Cunningham posted as-I First Baptist of Starke Cunningham Gulf went Waldo'11-8. Still swinging hot Both first and second place
Slow-pitch Softball team record, competed in the tournament undefeated until the play-offs bats Cunningham defeated teams received individual
placed second in the Invita- Huntley Brothers of Jack- and finished with a 2-2 record against Huntley Brothers, 8-7 Allied Timber 20-2, but was trophies from the tournament
tional Labor Day Softball sonville won the tournamentas First Baptist defeated and with the final game en- put back 8-7 in its fourth game
Tourney held Aug. 30-Sept. 2 they defeated Cunningham Maxwell House Coffee of ding 1310.Cunningham's. -------
with 16area teams competing. 13-10 and 87.Norman's Jacksonville 16-8 and Allied by the Huntley Brothers.
Timber 166. First first game Cunningham made up for Hired Farm Workers Rise
put out of the Baptist 4-3 was was a 15-1 victory over Casa the loss by defeating Waldo 18- Total number of paid farm
tourney by DeCor of Ocala The Keystone 8 and faced Huntley again in workers in the U.S. was 2.8
Wins Women'sSoltballNorman's Maxwell House Coffee and
19- Heights team came back in the finals when Cunninghamwas million in 1972, marking the
11 by Waldo. the second game and defeated defeated 1310. second consecutive yearly
Farm Woman's won on a forfeit by Coiffeur'sof increase.
Slow-Pitch Softball team is Georgia. For last game of h
champions of the Jacksonville the Saturday evening Nor I Under
Registration Way
Women's Invitational Double man's was defeated 7-6 by
Elimination Softball Tourna- Macintosh of Georgia, but I
ment played in Drew Park in came back the following In Youth FootballThe
Jacksonville this past morning and defeated Alta
monte Realty again 7-5.
weekend.
IM Pratt Street Recreation needed is a pair of tennis
auw Norman's won with a 7-1 Norman's again faced i Department is now shoes or a pair of rubber
!
record. Coiffeur's, defeating that rr registering boys ages 7-9 for cleats.
During Softball play,Aug. 31 team 7-2, defeated J&M its Small Fry Flag Football
Fullback Matt Hull gets a ball In his gut from till Jimmy Sept 1 Norman's won its first Supply of Jacksonville, and Q :' : j and boys ages 10-12 for its
Prevail but didn't game 10-6 against Altamonte played Macintosh in the final Bantam Flag football
gel as far as it looks like he's going to In -i
the above photo. The defense! c1oSI'IIIII quickly Realty of Altamonte Springs, play-off games and got victories r program, from 3.30-5'30: : p.m. Tennis Tourney
strived for a second win but of 13-0 and 32.lilt. MonFri.To .
be eligible for Small Frya Finals
youth must reach the age of SundayAn
7 years before Sept 15, and
must not attain the age of 10 "open" tennis tournament -
.. r before Sept. 15. which began Sept. 2 is in
Bantam youth must reach process at the Starke Golf and-
,% the age 10 years before Sept Country Club with play in
15 and must not attain the age three divisions
of 13 years before the Preliminary play in each of
THE..Il.
specified date.Practice the three age groups 12 and
sessions for Small under, 13-17 and 18 and over
Fry will begin Monday, Sept. will be played through to
9, 3:30: 5 p.m. at Pratt Street Friday. Semi-finals will be
FAMILY u Playground. There will be played Saturday, with the
practice each Monday and finals set for Sunday Sept. 8.
Jerome Johns of Starke, shows off a 47-lb. sailfish he Wednesday. Trophies will be awarded to
MARION boated during the fourth annual Pensacola International Practice sessions for the winners and runners-up of
P t : l Killfish Tournament.John's Bantam League will beginTuesdaySept.l0.3:305p.m. each division.
: Practicing C.P.A. & Businessman sail, good for runner-up in the sailfish division, was : "The Tournament seems to
Graduate University of Florida taken from Jimmy Moore's "Yellowbird" 50-pd test line at the Pratt Street Playgroundeach be coming along fine and we
t .......... approximately 50 miles south of Pensacola. The tournament, Tuesday and Thursday. seem to have a lot of good
; : Former asst. Auditor general largest conducted out of Northwest: Florida attracted 87 There are no participationfees tennis players," states Grover
r.i ; 7 k with 27 years service to state & boats and 300 anglers from across the nation. and the only equipment Howard.

..; ,:; local government units in financial
r FOOTBALL ------
; matters. Karen Croiser (From Page 8)) For Maximum Beauty To control scale insects and

Another thing that might red spider shrubbery
,. % a WINONAH: 2nd In SkiChampionship affect the Tornado play this SPRAY should be sprayed during
: Mother & Housewife Friday is a flu epidemic the next 6 weeks before
Hurse sent quarterback cold weather sets in. Frost
J Former school teacher Jimmy Prevatt home can damage shrubs that
.I t : Office manager Tuesday because of stomach SHRUBBERY/ / have just been sprayed.
t .e Karen Crosier, after cramps and nausea. Tackle 1Y/f :
., +cfrl jl
;r N. Neel home
Donnie stayed
4c competing with 26 other junior
I,4. One or two of oil
s. sprayings
,; JUDY with and
: girls from all over the United Tuesday a virus emulsion
t' cz 3 + r ,;f School teacher Alachua States came home as second running back Tommy Reddish NOW\ I should be applied
.'. .dd County place trophy winner in the seems to be coming down withit now for healthy more
.4Public\ Schools trick skiing division during Hurse said Tuesday night. beautiful plants thru
VT; Graduate University of Florida the 32nd Annual National One Tornado stalwart who next spring.4IORIDA .
;. Water Ski Championship won't see action in the
pa Pol Adv tournament held in Calaway Jamboree is veteran, end
1 Our staff of trained expertentomologists
j Gardens the week of August Donnie Sewell who is just ; EST
'-.- 2125. getting over an appendectomy is ready to
Sewell, often describedas ONtROL !er you.
Miss Crosier was the only the best athlete on the BHS
A vote for Marion Pettit is a vote for honesty, junior girl from Florida to ski football team, practiced for -'v 4 auuou co. 964.5745I
the first time Tuesday.
in the tourney and was
integrity, and efficiency in government. awarded a silver medal, ._------------------- --
" similar to the Olympic I
medals, for her trick performances I

CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE DISTRICT 6 Scoring .as high as 1,650 II I II I

points in this tournament, I
INFLATIONFIGHTER I I II
compared to her first tour-
nament when she received 490
points, shows much improvement I
__ on Karen's form I
and abilities during the last ,
I
3 Days Left /y three months. I

According to Karen's I
mother, Mrs. RD. Crosier, I II

Guaranty Federal'scLUGi placing tourney in automatically the National

qualifies Karen to ski in next
year's National Tourney.
I
Karen hopes to improve her I
; slalom and feats
jumping
before next year in order to II _
qualify in that division in the -

national Eleven-year-old tournament.Karen a 17!

resident of Lake Brooklyn,

(] ( OOaJBJIllU i 4, other has won top first honors place and in many tour I II I

If, naments all over the state of I
# rA Florida and Georgia, this I
summer. I II
Her first experience in
[ !' 0U J V wx. water ski competition, which
gave her an "Expert" rating
with the American Water Ski
Association, was held in I I
Lakeland during April. From I II
Drawing aSepL there, Karen went on to I
receive her "master" ratingin I
tricks, receiving a total of I II II
860 points in the Junior Girls I
: 9 I Division in the Spaceland II I
I
Open on Merritt Island. I
Her third tourney took her
to the Atlanta Open the first
2:00 P.M.Guaranty SPACES FOR
week of June and she placed SUBDIVISION
first in tricks there in the I II
Junior Girls Division. I
Federal Starke Office T---- Achieving her Master's
rating qualified Karen to ski I MOBILE HOMES
01 In ;: "'" at the world famous water ski ,
> It" '
Come
L" J resort Cypress Gardens, I II
t during the 34th All American
Championship Tourney in I 6-Mo. FREE LOT RENTAL I II
& Register For A Current Leaders In- June. I

Fishing Contest and During Junior this Girl tourney Divisionswere Girl I When you purchase your lot from

ElectricTrolling Mrs. Frank Clark 10 Lb. Bass combined, and Karen,
facing stronger competition,
E.M. Tucker 7 Lb. 5 oz. placed fourth. OLIN'S

J.E. Crissman 21 Oz. Bream After this tourney, which

MotorWeighing L. Crews 18oz.Joyce qualified her to ski at Calaway I
: Barton 2 Lb 11 oz. Spec Gardens ,she went to the NEW SUBDIVISION I II
Lakeland Open where she
W. Penrose 17 oz received the "ExceptionalPerformance" I
MORGAN ROAD AND SR. 16
II
StationsSuwannee Barbara Mosley 22oz. Shellcracker rating In I I
.. \ tricks. To receive this rating,
Douglas Hall 12
Store SAVINGS oz. -. a skier more must and have Karen 1,100 scored pointsor Mobile Homes Are Going Fast I II

INFORMATION 1 1,350.
I II
Karen placed first in tricks
MlitTyp
Bush's Bait & TacklepyonrWinmWith of Account Invtirmntt Mln TtrmPiilBook Rate. Yield with a score of 1,440 in the I I

Savlnfll, Non. None. SIS H Sit \ Southern Regional tourney I BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW II
Naw C rMlc/ ..t SIOMsi *00 yt MH 11 Htil held in in Lakeland, I
.. August
New C rlilie U 000SI I v r 4 W s *
{ NWC.rtlllc..e .000SI l'>Yr.r1 4 iSf %' *4 %. and went on to the Mid-
New".. OrtlllcaW" 000 4 Y..r, |SO 7" Georgia tournament held in I See Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoney

A Savings Recount Ht .Wh.n..rnlnai*rt. _to com.pound oily Eastman, Ga. to score 1,580
-A iub.t.nll.1 Inltrnt penalty li rpulr.dor..rly points, and a first in tricks, I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M.: 8 P.M. :
and second in jumping.
witndnwal rtlNcat..plan Two more tournaments are .
lined up for Karen in Sep-- : MOBILE .
tember and October. OLIN'S
*.k. Guaranty F.denil"Savings Sept. 14-15,she will enter the.
Florida State Championship HOMES.I
Tournament,sponsored by the I
Gold Coast Ski Club afrDelRay I .

and Loan Association Beach.From there she will attend t Hwy. 100 Starke 964-5606J I

Th. ; the ski tourney, scheduled in
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1, rt FROM YOUR NOTESfI'! Area Senior Citizens Are ToldJoin

fF r 4aN'wta
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--.!- BY together In voting problems,they just guess," he master's diploma.) high. Or In some :areas no
power to let politicians feel the said. "They should listen to In Florida, politicians know transportation is available.
power of a large organized people who have experience that senior citizens can put Money is spent to build
SAVE !MORE IN 74 a.m. at the Agriculture group, the president of the instead of the 23-year-old them in or out of office, he recreational facilities for the
September is here, school Building in Starke. I Congress of Senior Citizens of experts with master's said. elderly without provisions for
has started, and Extension The topic for the meetingwill all Florida told the North degrees," Friedson said. "We pay taxes and deserveto transportation.'
Home Economics is be SAVE MORE IN '74. ,< Central Florida Coalition of "I'm 75 years old plus," know how the money is In summing up, Friedson
promoting this month as The club is open to all home- 'r' Senior Citizens who gathered Friedson said, "and I wouldn't spent," he continued. Techno- challenged the group to set up
CONSUMER EDUCATIONMONTH. : makers in the area who are Tuesday in Starke. trade my years of business logy has put a man on the telephone communication for
interested in joining. The North Central Florida experience for any slip of moon, but can't figure out a the elderly "Help should be
During September I will be The club meets once a Coalition is composed of some paper that says I'm an expert way to put Grandma on the as near as the telephone," he
emphasizing the fact that my month to improve members' nine counties surrounding ," (referring to the bus because the step is too said.
office is your best source of information knowledge and skills to enable Bradford, according to Joe
and assistance in them to improve their homes Kerrigan, president of the ..Jfect
your role as a Consumer. In and surroundings, and Bradford Senior Citizens.
these days when we are tryingto develop a happy, healthy, Max Friedson, also advisesthe ,
"tighten our belts" and wholesome( and satisfying!! group of its obligation to
keep close tabs on our budget, family life. If you are interested study the politicians before
you are probably looking for attend the meetingon voting He challenged the
ways to SAVE MORE IN 74.. September 12, or call me Fuqua In Starke senior citizens gathered at the
Call or visit my office if you ((964-6554)! ) or the President, Pratt Street Recreation
need help, advice, questions :Mrs. Lane Tenly (91i-t-7015)( < ), 'ong Don Fuqua, !)-\tha! was in Starke to meet friends Center to vote wisely. He also
answered or informationabout for more details. and supporters at the Garden Restaurant last Thursday said that tit would be better not
how you can cut costs, afternoon Watt.rgatemallt.ltt.p..nllua late starting his to vote if they didn't know whoto T. H.: "HankBRUNING
get more for your money, or IIPI.ISEH'ICE campaign in which he has opposition from a Tallahassee vote for.
make wiser buys. I'm here to CONTIIAC'TS-ARE:THEYOKTIITIIEPKICE mathematics teacher ,Anthony P. (Tony) YVcsolowski. lie said that agencies waste
help you become a better \\ ? "Everybody feels better now," Fuqua commented of new too much money doing things
homemaker and consumer. Consumer complaints are President Gerald Ford. The congressman says he hopes that are not needed. Friedsonhas
Extension Home Economics numerous about the inflation can be !stopped by cutting federal spending, and just been appointed to the
programs and services are inadequacy and high cost hopes that a tax int'reaseOII't be necessary.In governor's advisory councilon
available free of charge to all.I involved in repairing ap- photo above, Itep. Fuqua. (left) converses with Starke aging and is the first non-
I invite anyone to call me ((964- pliances. As marvelous as resident Guy Sale. PhD member of the council.
6354):\ ) or visit my office in the today's appliances are, they "Elderly people know the
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Agriculture Building in Starkeat have a tendency to break
any time.STARKE. down just after the warrantyruns for how long a period. Some personal care appliances, I Am ConcernedAbout
out. dealers will give discounts for washers, dryers, and
: EXTENSIONHOMKM.YKKItSCl.tl5 To guard against this a group of appliances and refrigeration equipment. I rrr
: : ; possibility, a some will also throw in extras will be continuing ibiss. ries
First meeting of the year of number perverse of stores and appliance such as loaners when yours is in the next few weeks and All Growth In Clay County !

the Starke Homemakers Club dealers offer to sell being repaired. Others will encourage you to tune. in.
will be SEPTEMBER 12, 10THIS you a special service contractas reimburse you for food Bulletins on these topics are
a to extend the spoilage caused by defective available free of charge from
way 1 Ir
warranty. For an annual fee refrigerators or freezers. my office, if you missed the I Want To Work For You !
the seller agrees to take care If you decide to buy a ser- programs.
of all or some of the out-of- vice contract read it
warranty repairs at no extra thoroughly and be certain you JOINSeptember r .
charge. But is it worth it? understand the terms. Find is the month for '
It's helpful to rememberthat out your obligations and the many programs and !
YOUR VOTE DOES COUNT
major appliances, suchas seller's agreement. organizations to begin their I
automatic washers, dish- GLISTEN meetings again after a
washers or electronic equip- summer vacation. The Extension -
of not be
Many you may
Homemaker Clubs in
ment with many mechanical of the radio
usually need more aware weekly Starke and Lawtey will be Our Needs '
to parts program I present on WPXE, County :
bE ii service during their lifetime Starke's radio station. This meeting soon.
does appliance that Both clubs are open to all
than an "YOUR COUNTY
program
CQ4.Q doesn't have many moving AGENT'S REPORT," is airedat interested homemakers and Navy Airman Recruit 1. Recreation Facilities For Young & Senior Citizens
parts, such as a gas or electric 12:36: p.m. each Wednesdayat meet once a month for Ernest L. Alvarez, son of Mrs.
range. which time I discuss programs on various topicsthe Cathrin Hamilton of Starke, 2. Taxes At Lowest Possible Rate
SUNDAY IS"ROUNDUPSUNDAY" For color TV sets, a service current topics of interest to club. members find in- graduated from recruit
contracts that extends a 90- the homemakers.In teresting.If training at the Naval Training
day warranty to one year isn'ta several weeks I you would like to join, call Center, Orlando.
the past 3 Growth Plan For The Future
at bad idea. A lot of things cano have been presenting a serieson my office ((964-6534): ) for more He is scheduled to report to Major
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH wrong in the first year. "How to Select Home information and to add your Aviation Electrician's Mate
However, solid state (tube- rame to the club roll. Watch School], Memphis, Tenn 4. Better Roads Planned Zoning
less) TV sets usually have a Appliances. So far in the this column for details on the The training included instruction -
Join the happy hundredswho
series I have covered
small
warranty and first club meeting.
one-year may in seamanship,
will study God's wordin
Sunday School and wor not need extra coverage. military regulations, fire Primary Sept. 10
BUick and white TVs on the fighting,close order drill, first
ship in the Morning Service Inmates Sentenced In UnionLAKE
other hand, are relatively aid and Navy history.Astronomers .
inexpensive and not worth Commissioner
covering. BUTLER Six of escape for which he was County
"The end of search ----
your -
:Most service contracts are prisoners at Union Correc- sentenced. The second chargeof detecteda
Church"Hear have
for
a friendly sold with new appliances. But tional Institute on trial by juryin larceny of a motor vehiclewas stellar radio
sometimes you can purchaseone Union County Circuit Court dismissed on the quasar--quasi- billion light- Dist. (D)
our pastor ten
lor an appliance that is August 22 and 23 have been recommendation of Assistant source some
preach the message: being used and has been put in sentenced to a total of 8 more State Attorney Barry Chap- years away. the most National remote

"The Church that made good working order by the years in prison on charges of nick. The three year sentenceis of Geographic all known objects. says.
Jesus Sick"Revelation contractor. You might want to assault, escape and in addition to the time now
take advantage of this if possession ot weapons. being served.
3 14.22
: you're stuck with a "lemon." Judge Wayne M. Carlisle Solomon Ham, on trial for

BEN P. BRYANT In this way. your service sentenced William Clayton aggravated assault, was
Pastor contract fee will be your only Bragg to three more years in found guilty of the lesser
repair bill.Since prison following the return ofa charge of assault and batteryand
WILLIAM GEORGE you only need a guilty verdict by a Union sentenced to an additionalterm
Min.of Music contract after the warranty County jury Bragg, on trial of one year in prison. Elect
period it's smart to be fully for escape and larceny of a Four prisoners went to trialon
Corner of Clark and aware of exactly what parts motor vehicle at the Union charges of possession of a
Jefferson Street and how much labor is Correctional Institute, was weapon by a state prisoner,
Downtown Starke covered by the warranty and found guilty of the first charge three of whom were convictedand
sentenced and the case of BILL
one of the prisoners "

dismissed. ,
William Wims and W T I

Jackson, Jr. were sentencedto .I' -. .
LIGHTERKNOT LOUNGEMONDAY 18 months each, Walter "
David Reed to another year
and the case of Rafael Baez GLOVER .
was dismissed by the court ,> .......,:K '
THRU FRIDAYtftPVA Defense counsel for the inmates ,,- !
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was Assistant Public //IIIIIt., t tJr'

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recruit training at the
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';:':' ''I//' //'fI''I1I'' .", ., ,'J;''' ..",",;:Iml 7 The training included In- Man Member First Methodist Church Member -
1 ; i''" IareliiNl/ "', ,l ''h'l,' '" till ""I;,,,1, struction in seamanship,
I"I11'I'" I'',"' military regulations, fire Bradford
.t' "h'H, County Quarterback Club Chair:
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'' I: 'I I ,I ''I' aid and Navy history man Chamber of Commerce Committee
''ij 1 '!:Jiiltl"t 1:1/1:11/1111),,:/V: / )" '""WI, ""I//!" 11''!":''I"Ii'" ,:" /"': i"" "1'1' ill l w on
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Im nm ..i! ''''l'Ii'' :11/ '111fj.! :"IlljIUI'IIII' I'II' '''I 1/l11/I'hllJ/ /':' !" William O. Knowles, son ofMr. <( IijJ:, lIidll'; ''I\n:\/ i ; II UI, I II and Mrs. O. L. Knowles of
"/! ii ,:N ''j 1"111,1"; ,,' Starke, graduated from
"1U.'llIl/iII' / IiunI4N'lllnt'1' /,' ,,,'',,''i"l/I / .I recruit training at the Naval Bill GLOVER
/ Training Center Orlando,

Holiday: Inn Fla.He is scheduled to report to
Machinist's Mate School, Business Man To Our
IM N11iOM. I Great Lakes 111.
Starke, Fla. The training included In-
\ struction in seamanship, City Council
military regulations, firefighting
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I 2 Lawtey Councilmen Object To Paying Absent MarshallLAWTEY


Objecting to -
T
paying Marshall M. M Jordan Councilmen Scott and Smith talk about this." the mayor questions" Scott declared. a second time."I Smith and Scott "
Thereupon, or Starke, said H N. Hern- V
for three days he took off last contended that the council, said "No member of the Mayor Pearson said if the don't blame Butch (Mar- voted against paying the bills, nr
under
week two members of the city trols the the city charter, con council has ever tried to same situation arose again shall Jordan) for it. I blame both stating they didn't disapprove don.The city is considering
council voted marshall "
in such
bills against paying instances. crucify another... he'd do the same thing, and you. That's spending tax- all the bills. The bills joining with Bradford County
the Tuesday night. "There's been "I'm not trying to crucify repeated that to Councilman payer's money with no ser were paid however, on a 3-2 in administering a county. 711'ty fl ,
Councilman lot
questioned Robert Scott a of street anybody. I'm just asking Smith when Smith asked him vices provided Smith said. vote with the mayor, Councilwoman wide zoning code. The city ia
Mayor
Pearson about Gene Barbara Jordan, the under a new state law, must
who
gave the marshall's Councilman also adopt one of four building ,
the marshall Job with permission The to mayor be off City Finally Getting Some Flood Relief wife eonand Massey codes by Jan. 1 or face loss of
the motion.
replied that heyg carrying some $40,000 of its $55,000
Jordan n ..
t/UOfc U&.gUD i> 0VI B WUJ budget when state revenue
had permission authority, and to do thought he STARKE Commissioner Because of insufficient been working on the problemfor week that work had already questions u, I don't think sharing funds are cut off.
it. Charles Schaefer, chairmanof drainage during heavy more than a year. begun on the drainage project you llo get so uptight," The citizens are concerned
Councilman Pete Smith was the city's Street Committee, downpours of rain the water "One of the biggest helps and that it would be Scott told the mayor, assuringhim giving up part of the town's r!
critical of paying taxpayers said Tuesday, Sept.. 3, that cannot run off fast enough to will be on SR-100, just west of and required a lot of panning there was nothing per- autonomy. Attorney Shaw .
money when nobody was on diligent effort by his depart- prevent it's backing up in the Saratoga Heights area. and study. sonal in the questioning."I'm advised that the city "eithergo '
the job. Both he and Scott ment had finally ,produced some of the low-lying areas of The drainage grade level will Heavy equipment is alreadyat not upset, Robert" with the county or do it
voted against paying the bills. results from the Departmentof the city, particularly on US- be lowered by 18 inches and work cleaning out the Pearson replied.In yourself.Agreed."
When asked by the councilfor Transportation. 301 near Pratt Street.The high larger and more culverts will drainage ditches between US- other action Tuesday to purchase six
his opinion. City Attorney "I hope that the steps now waters caused by flash be installed to permit a faster 301 and the SCL railroad northof night, the council: loads of limerock and stock-
Gene Shaw said the marshall) being taken by the DOT will flooding at times prevents the outflow of flood waters" the county courthouse. -Heard further discussion pile
and city clerk are elected officials I. bring an end to the Inconvenience on the Schaefer told the com Contributing to the drainage from the Concerned Citizens -It.Was told that all 12
"answerable to the caused by cloud- passagetraveled highway and missioner's at Tuesday's problem has been a number of group about adopting zoning culverts recently purchasedhave
just like you." bursts and flash flooding because of it's depth traffic meeting. corrugated metal culverts and building code ordinances been installed, and gave
"You can't tell them what causing the water to backup has to be re-routed to other James Rogers of the that have collapsed in some under county or state control. Frank Bell permission to
time to come to work and what and collect on US-301 near streets. Department of Transportationin areas. They are to be The citizens generally feareda move two culverts not in use
time to go home," Shaw told Pratt Street," Schaefer said. Schaefer said that he had Gainesville announced last replaced. take over by a bigger to replace two that are
the council. ----- government. "Pretty soon we broken.
Shaw also told the council, One woman to another: won't even need a city -Was reminded that the
which asked if the mayor had It Still Takes Money For "We've just moved into our council," Hudson Hendersonsaid. first of two millage increase TIMELY-Cotton corduroy
authority to give the marshall 2FoodStores dream house. Itcost twice as hearings is set tonight provides a casual well.
time off that the mayor is the much as we ever dreamed it "Pretty soon it'll all come (Thursday Sept. 5)) at 7:30 dressed look for travel. It's
chief administrative officer of Closed Union GeneralLAKE would" from higher up, TallahasseeTwo p.m. The city is being forcedto used here for cuffed baggies
the city. Shaw indicated the Waterloo wit. Courier levy three mills up from with trouser pleats and a
marshall didn't need the 2.179 the council had change pocket on the high

mayor's permission to takeoff BUTLER "Wt operation and their decision 8 In previously set, to qualify for rise waistband. Styled by
: Caught Lawtey Tad in Cone Mills' corduroy
even though he asked. might have enough money to will be forthcoming by Sep- state revenue sharing funds.
pay for the maintenance and tember 10. As soon as I hear ,
Almost Nobody utilities for the year if not, from them you will be advisedof RobbedTwo
we'll call on you later," W. their decision," Lewis said. Drug RaidLAWTEY
Came Buckner Lewis told the Union The Union County Hospitalhas Thinking About a Fall Garden?
Monday
County Commissioners Tuesday been closed since May 13,
September 3. 1974. armed robberies took A drug raid of the three juvenileswere
Almost nobody came to the Lewis chairman of the place in Starke over the week- conducted Thursday, August released without being Fresh Fall -Pyr.
Starke Zoning Board meeting Board of Trustees of the Union The Southern Adventist end and both are under in- 29, by five deputies of the charged. One juvenile was
scheduled Labor Day night County Hospital, had just con- Health and Hospital System, vestigation by the Starke Bradford County Sheriff's charged with a misdemeanor SEEDS
and the public hearings never cluded a meeting of the Inc., of Orlando conducted a Police Department, Chief Department netted a roundupof offense. Names of all three
started were called off by hospital board earlier in the study following its close and it Jimmy Bowen said. 8 young people, 3 of whom were withheld.In VegetableFlower os
board secretary Al Crosby. day in which they had adopteda was hoped that they would re- The Lil' Champ Food Storeon were juveniles.Six another drug arrest on
After trying to no avail to resolution requesting that no open the hospital, but advisedthe SR-100 near the Southside of the young people were August 29, Thomas Wilton &
contact enough of the zoning millage be assessed for 1974 trustees August 13 that Elementary School was held arrested and two of the Griffin 26, of Jacksonville,
board members by telephone, for the continued operation of their decision was negative, up about 10:20 p.m. Friday juveniles were released. The was charged with possession,
Crosby failed to get a quorum. the hospital. Three mills had citing a shortage of doctors as night, August 30, by a male raid was on a mobile home of less than five grams of Seeds l
Only he and a reporter from been assessed in 1973 for the being a factor in reaching that person weighing about 200 near Lawtey. marijuana.Charged. L
The Telegraph showed for the hospital."I decision. pounds. "He had a woman's Two young women Patricia on September 1
meeting. would also like to reportat stocking over his head and Ann Wilhngham 19, and and 2 with possession of more Now in Stock Select NowSeptember
Slated to be heard Mondayat this time that I have was wearing a silver or blonde Deborah J. Napier, 19, of than five grams of marijuanawere
7:30 p.m. were the cases for received a telegram from Mr. Another group R. E. Bellar, wig. He walked in the store Lawtey were charged with Paul Byron Hinton 19, of
placing two mobile homes in Bernie Boxx of the Health M. D. and Associates of Kan- and said to Miss Sarah possession of less than five Parkin Arkansas and Larry is a Good Time to
the city: one for Marie Hardeeat Care Facilities in Fort Lauderdale sas, have been in contact with Reagan, 'Okay, let's have it'. grams of marijuana. Lovearn Ford, 18, of Melrose.All .
436 Davis Street and the that they are con- the hospital trustees. The She put the money in a brown Charged on two counts was three of those arrests Plant Shrubs Trees
other for Theodore Guion and tinuing their study of the Bellar group, according to paper bag and gave it to him. Armond L. Priest, 20, of were made by Deputy Don -
Lillie Mae Hood at 1410 Cooper Union County Hospital with a their letter is interested in "fie was holding some kind Lawtey: Possession of nar- Denton on SR-21, near SantaFe
Road. view of taking over it's purchasing the hospital. of a lever-action rifle on her. cotic paraphernalia and Lake. Save Off Our

_.-__--_-_-_-.-_u-_.-._ --- ......----.. ... He but wanted she convinced her to open him the safe that grams possession of marijuana.of more than five ------- Now 1 0% Reg. Prices

she did not know the combin-
VOTE FOR ation.He left the store and ran Edwin Charles Norton 18, Commuter: "My doctordoesn't Great SelectionNowSave
around the south side of the of Lawtey and Donald Lee believe in acapunc-
building. There was one othei Hardenbrook 20, of Starke, ture. He'd rather stick you '
customer in the store at the were each charged with with his bill."
ty" time but he was standing over possession of narcotic Wiedrlcti-Don In Rice Chicago III, quoted Tribune by Bob $60

J. T. PARRISH by said.the book rack," Bowen paraphernalia. .

The Majik Market at the Toro Guardian!
corner of Madison and Orange
FOR MEMBER OF Streets was hit in another "THE TAXPAYER'S.VaICEIl
21" Cut
armed robbery Saturday
night, August 31, about 10:30:
p.m. In addition to the CARLTON CHASTAIN KeyLectricSelfPropelled
SCHOOL BOARD manager six others were in
the store at the time. IS YOUR
"The gunman walked in and
cA said 'Everybody get in one
Candidate For
; DISTRICT 5 ''I # ',
\ place! He then told Manager < NLY$19995
\ Mary Stephens to put all the COUNCILMANCroup 'ky:
money in a bag which she did. ,
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,
Before leaving the store the 3 of Starke '
Family man with three school age children gunman said 'I need four g! Grass Catcher Incl.

Farmer and BusinessmanI minutes to make my getawayDon't Having been a resident of Starke ,y- 10 Cu. In. High Torque Engine Reg. '259M
anybody come out or I'll for 37 He
years says:
promise to handle situations and problems of the school boardto kill you on sight'," Bowen Gives Maximum Cutting Power and Low noise

the best of my ability. said.Witnesses SEE TORO TODAY
described the
IPeid Pol. Ad.) "I believe that the time has come to put a halt to the worthless
gunman weighing about 200 spending of tax dollars. The people of Starke deserve a
Vote and LOIIDA GARDEN
Your
/ Will Appreciate Support.Parkview pounds with a stocking over dollar's worth of government for every dollar's worth oftaxes.
.
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blond wig I know that you fe.lth.same so Est CENTER

011101. 539 East Call St.
VOTE FOR T. CARLTON CIIASTAIN
The Independent :.a QBUi" PH. 9J&4-574S
COUNCILMAN GROUP 3 STARKE

Nectarine. REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PEOPLE' 1974 Our 25th Anniversary Year .

ATLANTA-The nectarine (Pd Pol. Adv)
.- isn't that something
scientists conjured up by
crossings peach with a plum
The nectarine's unex-

pectedly luscious flavor smooth have skin helped and End Summer Sale

Village create that impression, but
actually this popular relativeof
the peach is distinct from
other fruits. It was grown in

Now taking applications for residency in their NEW Trader China at caravans least 2,000 carried years ago.it to

the Near East where it
flourished in Persian gardensas

a rare delicacy. 12 NewArrivals .
Mobile Home Park Explorers apparently
brought it from Europe to the
Western hemisphere. It was
grown as a curiosity in the
SPACIOUS SIZE LOTS eastern United States in the
early 19th century and introduced
to California during the '
SWIMMING POOL FACILITIES
gold rush
era.
; .
After World War II, plant
PLAYGROUND breeders did succeed in increasing -
the nectarine's size
and in deepening the skin .
CITY SEWER & WATER color. Its faint blush on a
greenish background was
changed to the now familiar To Show
GARBAGE PICK UP gold and crimson. Today's
nectarine is also firmer and I
FACILITIES its flesh is golden instead of 12x60
LAUNDRY .
", white.
Classified as a subspecies of $5895

CONVENIENCE STORE occasionally nectarines do 2BrBath&Many /
grow on peach
trees and vice versa. About 60

.. NEAR -SHOPPING. CENTER developed varieties although have only been 10 More Homem ''fit Great Savings

within walking distance to Bradford Square account for almost all com- .
mercial sales. Most of the U.
S. crop is grown in the San
Joaquin Valley of California.

Located on K,O.A campground property on 301 south, Nectarines don't have to be Mustang
.
peeled. They're great eaten
out-of-hand. At breakfast
Stop in Or Call i For nectarine slices brighten up a
96'4'-8'4' 84'INFORMATION bowl of cereal. They combine
well in many kinds of salads Mobile Homes

and.fruit cups.. Topped with
ice cream they make a

delicious more ambitious simple may dessert.want The to 165O N. Temple Avc 9647212SeptemberS.

R try making homemade nectarine
Ice cream or sherbet.



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Containers Create Special; High Food Cost One Million Children Run Away Each Year I IAn


I Got You Down ? are easy targets for assaults, average of 2.7 days. be black Age wise children the great((77
estimated one million into account a $29 majority of these
Setting To Show OfJ"Plants robbery and rape, though Taking from 14-16
GardenWant children in this nation will accurate data is lacking on per day cost of detention, percent) will range the
Try A leave their homes this year incidence. But aside from approximately$700,000 will be years (with 15 years being
,
You don't have to own a and then removed to be Use a porous, fastdrainingsoil without parental consent and, being victims to crime there is spent detaining runaways.The largest represented group
large home on an acre lot to replaced with another plant. mix such as half peat and to help to reduce the by doing so, will become data to indicate that runaway figure does not include the 28.5 percent).
enjoy gardening. A small For example, imagine how half coarse sand. Plants need rising cost of food? Plant a 'runaways', 'missing persons'and children involve themselves in costs of intake processing, They don't begin to estimate of tax ,
1.balcony or patio of a con lovely your patio could be with good! ( drainage for growth so garden, even a small one in many states they will delinquent acts. police services, judicial the actual amount with
dominium or other small spring bulbs and azaleas use a porous mix and not a Even if your space I is have violated the law. Of the approximate 35 proceedings, or costs incurred money spent in dealing
.areas around a trailer. offer lollowed by summer annuals clay mix. Also for drainage, limited, a well-tended gardencan Last August in the percent of the runaways who by children who will be sent to the problem, much less lost the
plenty of room for "container like marigolds and salvia. make sure the containers provide your family witha Pasadena section of Houston, leave their hometown areas, a state rehabilitation facilityor amount of private funds
retelling., then l tall (lowering mums and have holes in the bottoms. If plentiful supply of tomatoes, Texas, police uncovered the 65 percent of the children provided counseling ser due to theft, damage or
The popularity of raising finally Christmas poinsettias. holes] are not present and can'tbe corn, pepper, cucumbers, bodies of 27 boys, all victimsof known to police fit into this vice. Also the costs of transporting professional services.
plants in containers has in- This is what can be done with bored in the container, be okra, squash, potatoes, and a sadistic homosexual group. Twentyfive percent of runaways back to The cost in funds is extremely -
ofchildren's
i reused tremendously in container gardening.Here wry careful with watering. lettuce, says Vegetable Crops mass-murder. The incident children known to police fit their in and out-of-state homesdo high, but the cost the
leri'iii years. Container is a checklist of basic TH( much water is almost Specialist Jim Stephens, with focused national attention on into the 13 percent of not fit in this figure. All lives justifies made.
gardening is adaptable and points to be considered in always worse than too little the Florida Cooperative the problems presented by runaways who go to distant told, the Cost will probably changes that must be
versatile Practically all container gardening.! water. Extension Service. runaways some of those cities. Also, approximatelyone exceed two million dollars. ---
plants can be grown! in a pot, Select a container of the Plants grown in pots or Choose a location for your problems being the hazards quarter of all runaways Fiftyfour percent of the Just because a rumor is
I box. can or jar at least right\ size and shape for the boxes need to be fertilized garden that has full exposure they present to themselvesand come to police attention. runaways will be girls, 88 idle doesn't .. rem it isn't
temporarily.\ Plants in containers growth\ I characteristics and regularly during! the growing to the sun. For small areas, to others, the heartbreak A demographic breakdown percent will be white, most of working.Mnur'".... In Tin 'ill,, Slr.ol
can be moved indoors appearance of your plant. The season. Watering can readily pick vegetables you like best they often bring to parents, indicates that the one million the remaining 12 percent will Solder
Journal
during cold spells or simply container half the picture. A leach nutrients from containers and those that produce an the burden they cause the runaways represent six
lot use as an interior handsome plant deserves a so fertilize often. adequate supply on a few juvenile justice system, law percent of the population of ._
decoration Pot gardening handsome planter and vice :Most plants need repotting plants, Stephens says. enforcement agencies and the youth under the age of 18. The ELECT.
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makes it possible to have versa. The container can be in fresh soil mix when their If possible, arrange with jails and detention centers 15-16 year old group is the
plants you couldn't otherwise practically anything (Iron a !roots Jill the container. This your County Extension office where many are confined.The largest in terms of both actual
:'iiiu outdoors for an in- tea kettle or antique urn to a "root" bound" condition for a soil test to determine research on runaway numbers of those running WM. G. GRAUDONS
Melinite, period \terra cotta pot clay pot. "requires repotting or root lime and fertilizer needs. 1 If youth is limited and have activity, 12 percent Girls are "BILL"
\ i-ontainer plant is much wooden box clay flue tile or pruning. the pit is low (acid soil), applythe provided some insight into the running more than; boys ((54
I mure dramatic than the same even a crevice. in a "rock or an :Most container plants can recommended amount of dynamics of the runaway percent vs. 46 percent). In A MEMBER OF YOUR
pl.nii, Alien massed wish other old log. Fine ceramic: and IK brought indoors lor varying lime before preparing the soil problem.Immediate. terms of social class there T
plants; A container creates apivi.il redwood containers can be periods of time and should be It should be mixed in during image of the seems to be no significant SCHOOL BOARD ,1//1.// ....
for and but handmadeeontamersarealways rotated to increase thl'irlIsl'lulnl'ss land preparation. youth is a child, "'
setting a plant purchased runaway differences in total population DISTRICT 5. COUNTY AT LARGE :i./:: ( \
ihu- ,accentuates: qualities the best Apply enough mulch to have suitcase in hand trying to statistics. : ;.
It "is almost impossible tor since they represent your own Suitable plants are prac- 2 to 4 inches after settling. hitch a ride on a highway Because they are often Chief (engineer: Bradford County Hospital of y:% fiJi'':
container gardening to be talent. Even an old mailbox tically unlimited. Foliage Mulching helps conserve many miles from home troubled children many of Former Supervisor of Maintenance, Bradford County Schools
Ixirmg Plants can be rotated with cascading petunias plants such as palms, bamboo moisture, control weeds and Hungry, depressed, and these runaways will come to Instructor at Vo-TVch Center
'in, ( I'if.ile all 1 types ol effects draping down from the and philodendrons, etc. make reduce cultivation. Water weary, he has been on the the attention of the Division of OWNS BUS1NKSS-FAMILY: MANLet's
v .ini.il Ihmenng! plants can opening is a most suitable excellent container! plants but early in the morning about road for weeks trying to "find Youth Services, Ap
IK I in,, might: on stage! when they; container Lei your don't omit flowering plants once a week if there's not i a himself." By and large this proximately 8,500 out-of- Equip Our Young People Today-
Pol. Adv
in' ii I their i maximum i: beauty imagination be your guide! like annuals, perennials and good rain. The foliage will dry image does not apply to the county runaways will be For Our Leaders Of Tomorrow. (Paid )
bulbs. Herbs hanging basket quickly, which helps prevent vast majority of youth "on the detained at a DYS facility an
plants, ferns and fruit trees diseases. run."
are other choices. Also try Harvest at the proper stageof Only 10 percent of all ,
flowering, shrubs and trees maturity to get the highest runaways stay gone for a
ELECT like azaleas, bougainvillea, quality vegetables. It i is month or more. Some of this '
crape myrtle, gardenias, essential to pick some crops group will never return home. For Comptroller
Ielfi11yJ roses and others Here again regularly. If crops such as But in 56 percent of all
your imagination is your only beans, okra, squash, and runaway cases the child does
limitation in container gar cucumbers are left on the vineto return home in one night or
M dening. mature, the plant will stop less. An additional 16 percent
producing. stay gone between two and Qq
When a crop has finished three nights before returning, BUD"DICKINSON
producing, plant another crop 15 percent may stay away
Mole Crickets adapted to the particular time from home for up to two
of year. weeks. The remaining three
i11yJ i11yJa Serious ThreatTo For additional information percent stay gone for a
on gardening or insect control, period lasting between two
,..... call your County Extension weeks and one month.
to Good LawnsOne
'""" Director lie can provide you Image of the runaway
"'oil. with the latest Extension exodus to distant cities and
...--. of the most serious Vegetable Gardening Guide rural communes tends also to
insect pests of Florida lawns Vegetables suited to Florida; be misleading. The great Common sense-Straight talkTired
r are mole crickets. Bahiagrassis gardens, leading varieties, majority, 70 percent of
a especially damaged but all seed or plants needed, runaways, seek refuge with
"'. ... .> lawngrasses are subject to in- planting distances and depths, friends or relatives and, of government by experimentation. one study
,
,7:' r' festation. Damage to the lawnis best time for planting areas, generally, these contacts are committee after another, one untested theory after another?
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twofoldthe insects feed.onthe hardiness,days to harvest and made fairly close to home. What ever happened to good old common sense?
plant roots and burrow expected yields are given in Only 13 percent ever go to a Two hundred years ago, our nation was founded on a
/ ) through the soil loosening it to (the Planting Guide distant city. The remaining 17 few basic principles, and common sense approaches to solving
''. the point where plants dry out Stephens says successful percent find refuge in problems. Today, common sense is still the best approach.
'r too rapidly. Sometimes the gardens are not accidental. downtown areas of their own That's Bud Dickinson's approach. common sense.
plant can be completely They are the result of plan towns or in surrounding ... ,
.. And talk.Democrat.
'T r\ uprooted. ning, constant care and the woods, fileds or houses near straight
I'. I recently questioned Dr. will to make things grow home. '
Don Short, Assistant Entomologist :: "There are many thingsvegetable a A major consideration in the
with the University of garden may offer runaway issue must be one of
Florida, about the mole toward a satisfying experience crime. In lieu of the Houston Paid Political Advertisement I Paid, for by Rick Weidner, Campaign Treasurer
''I, cricket and how they could be : fresh air, exercise, incident it can certainly be
IV \r controlled. Dr. Short said sunshine, food rich in inferred that runaways are
"that the two most destructive vitamins and minerals, in" the victims of crime. Excluding -
species of mole crickets in come and knowledge murder runaways
Florida are the Puerto Rican Stephens says.
FRED SAPP and Southern. They live in the ------------
soil and teed on plant roots control mole crickets "Ef I
and other debris. The adults fective insecticides include
CommissionerGROUP are about 1 1-2 inches long, chlordane, kepone, diazinon
City light brown in color and have and various baits containing
short, stout front legs insecticides. These chemicals I
1 designed for tunneling in the should be applied when the VoteHerman
soil." Dr. Short added that night temperature is expected
Fair and Equal GovernmentIn "mole crickets are most to be 70 degrees or above, the
should be moist to aid
active at night, readily attracted turf
A Fair and Equal Manner to lights, burrow extensively penetration of the chemical
in the upper inch or into the soil or in the case of
two of soil when conditions are baits, encourage the mole
favorable." crickets to come to the surfaceto
,iPAID' POL ADV i i Dr Short mentioned several feed on the bait."
tips to consider when trying to If a bait is used Dr. Short JohnsonBradford
recommends to apply the
material late in the afternoon
and preferably when ram is
not likely. The bait must be
Ben Hill Griffin scattered thinly but evenlyover
and Ellie GriffinFlorida's the soil surface. A few County School Board

flakes should fall on every
first team for square inch of soil so that ,:..t '
working together a better Florida when the mole cricket conies .. : District 1

to the surface he can readily
find a bait on which to feed. Dedicated To The
As governor and Ben Hill Griffin. Successful busi- Baits may be applied by hand
lieutenant nessman. Experienced in govern- but thorough coverage is
governor...
ment with necessary and rubber gloves Educational Needs Of All
They will work to reduce property in the F or davleg statures Ellie, should be used to protect the

taxes and increase Homestead his wife, is also experienced in person.

Exemption toS15.000 for the aged business Together, they are a first Regardless of whether a On Sept. 10 We the People of Bradford I
Tuesday
and disabled. $10,000 for all other team in which all Floridians can spray or bait is used, a second
application in ten days to two
homeowners.
take pride weeks provides more thorough will exercise our right to select a member I
Florida has the fourth highest .tIIIIfIIIIII". control.t \ County
crime rate in the country. Ben Hill {." .' Ur. Short added the
and Ellie Griffin will put the full forceof following important points. to the Bradford County School Board Dist. One. I
"All insecticides
the governor's office behind a de- are poisons
termined fight to curb Head the entire label, including
crime rate. our rising opening the the small container print before and am sure that each of you as concerned citizens

They will establish a Departmentof heed all warnings and
Tourism, properly funded and cautions" want a member who will constantly strive to set

professionally staffed to promote

Florida's second largest industry. policy and make decisions which will enable our
They will apply themselves to the

important acquisition task of recreational of supervising and state truly school system to achieve and maintain the excellence


endangered lands that is necessary in todays changing


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society.


-x '1 .a I Herman Johnson, The People's Choice, pledgemy


? support to this goal. I will always be availableto


i discuss the problems and receive suggestions of



f KEEP all the people as the ways and means in accom .


rftJridd( \ Justice Ben F.OVERTON. plishing this goal. On Sept. 10 vote the people's


-- 'i' + J r t. choice, vote Herman Johnson ,School Board District


the Florida One.
on (Pd. Pol. Adv)
BEN HILL GRIFFIN and ELLIE GRIFFINFOR
SUPREME COURT
GOVERNOR FOR LT. GOVERNORPaid Vote Sept. 10 I Humbly Ask For Your Vat On Tuesday Sept.: Idi'l


for by the Ben Hill Griffin Campaign Fund, Ben Hill Griffin,.Treasurer ((0)) :11 Pd..n f.Political/O .rtoo' Adrtg.Campaign Pd. lor Fund byB

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The Sifteteat Strawberries TM Side of HeavenVol. woof 964-

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N Pass-Walker Parties i Given For Becky Jackson:B ide--Elect III

Miss Melinda Crutchfield And Robert Mullins ,. Miss Becky Jackson, whose The buffet table was white spider mums. The If

Marriage Aug. 28 marriage to Bruce Scott will covered with a gold and white twenty guests, seated at card ;
Are Complimented At Luncheon, ReceptionMiss 'k: I be an event of Sept. 14, was linen cloth and centered withan tables, included Mr. and Mrs.

Guests at the Mrs. Beverly Pass of honored at a bridesmaid arrangement of pink and W. T. Jackson, Sr., parents of"
were greeted
for the
seating arrangement Gainesville, of Mrs.
daughter
Melinda Crutchfield luncheon last Saturday given
,
white The the bride-to-be.
spider mums. eight
18 guests who included Mrs. door by Mr.and Mrs. Reddish. Betty Crawford of Starke and I
,
her
whose marriage to Robert by Mrs. Marc Jackson at guests were seated at two After dinner, swimming .
in the line
Standing receiving
Ralph E. Crutchrield of Jack Norman P. Walker of Gaines- '
Mullins was an event of home on Mimosa Drive.
card tables. in the Jackson
were the honored couple and was enjoyed
sonville, mother of the ville united in
August, was honored at two were marriage
parties on honoree, and Misses Lynn and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, August 28 in the Miss Jackson presented pool.Homemakers. .I
Saturday August
Kay ]tier of Thomaston, Ralph E. Crutchfield of Jack. chapel of the First Methodist Woman's Club personal gifts to her attendants I
24.Mrs.. Handy Johns, Mrs. \Maine, cousins of the groom. sonville, and Dr. and Mrs. Church in Gainesville in the during the luncheon.

Phil Vellenga, \Mrs Bob The hostesses presented the Robert Mullins. presence of the immediate To Meet Sept. 1 11 1 -----
Ferguson and \Mrs. honoree with a silver invitation The refreshment table was families and a few close
Clyde!
tray as a memento of covered with an imported friends.A To Meet Sept. 12
Sinclair gave a luncheon for The Woman's Club of Starke On Saturday night Mr. and I.
cutwork cloth. At one end wasa
Miss Crutchfield on Saturday, the occasion. reception was held at the will meet Wednesday, Sept. Mrs. J. D. Warren gave a
silver punchbowl and at the
August 24, at the home of the home of \Mr. and Mrs. Randal 11, at 12:15: p.m. for the first dinner and swim party at the The Starke Ilomemaker's
other end stood a silver five-
----- Bassett in Gainesville immediately Club
latter. branch luncheon-meeting of the year. Marc Jackson home honoringMiss will meet Thursday,
The dining room table was and epergnette white holding following the Larry Williams will presenta Jackson and Bruce Scott. Sept. 12,at 10 a.m. in the Agriculture -
yellow chrysan-
On Saturday evening, .
covl'redith a white linen ceremony.The program on flower Guests were served from a Building. Miss Kathy
cloth and centered with an August 24, a reception was themums and pompoms and couple is residing in arranging. buffet table centered with an Brown-will present a programon
arrangement of carnations given for Miss Crutchfield and yellow tapers. Mrs. Bob Gainesville. Members of the executive arrangement of pink and "Save More in '74."
Ferguson and Mrs. Janet
and mums. The three individual Robert Mullins by Mr. and board will be hostesses for the
tables were also Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr. and Turner presided at the punch meeting with Mrs. John C.
Mrs Richard Cunningham, bowl. BPW Members
covered with white linen Greene as chairman.
cloths and centered with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne, Assisting in serving were Nancy Marie GayTo
arrangements of lilies. and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Mrs. A. J. Eaves, Mrs Henry Hear Mrs. Haney
Bridal place cards ginger marked the Reddish at the home of the Godwin, Mrs. Don Harden- Wed Mr. Gentry Woman's Club
latter. brook, Mrs. Alicia Steffa, The Starke Business and
Misses Lynn and Kay )Izler of Mr. and Professional Woman's Club To Serve RallyThe
Mrs. O.
Jerry Gay,
CLIP AND MAIL TODAYLEARN Thomaston, Maine, Marla of Starke, announce the met Monday evening,Aug. 26,
Cunningham, Patty Mullins, and in the Chamber of Commerce Woman's Club of
Nancy Payne, and Kathy engagement approaching .
i NCTAX Casey. marriage of their daughter, building.The Starke will serve supper
COURSE Out-of-town Nancy Marie, to Jackie program centered on a Friday night, Sept. 6, in the
guests were Donald discussion of interests of band stand at the BHS
Gentry, son of Mr. and
i .Inatudu.uvol UK 10... theory ..nd.ppllc.llon Mrs. Laurie Izler and Mr. and Mrs. Coleman R. of business and professionalwomen stadium starting at 5:15:
TO' EARNWitto Gentry p.m.
.. practiced in Block of Mrs. Dixie Howell of Oeala. and opportunities
Ashville, N.C. preceding the Political Rally.A .
lice from coast to coats Yellow
'' pompom corsages \Miss Gay is a 1971 graduateof extended through education chicken dinner and hot
Am/trie Choice days and class time"
LtrgfStl@diDQOt.OCIC were presented to Miss
industrial scientific and ,.
along ,
I Certificate awarded upon graduation. Crutchfield, Mrs Crutchfield Bradford High School and vocational activities. dogs will be sold. Tickets are .wr.WW.MMC.nAW/un..1.W.Men lww
attended Mars Hill College in available from club members.
and Mrs. Mullins. The who in
Evelyn Haney, was
\Mars Mill, N.C., majoring in
ENROLL NOW honored guests were given a business education.Mr. charge of the program, was
; J0 INTIHVIfW AVAUAillI Classes Start: SEPT. u '_ crystal l bowl with silver \ Gentry is a 1970 commended for an excep- '
I 0 MST iTUOINTj: serving pieces from their tional job in researching and The
of Ashville
graduate High Votersof
3 convenient clot I location hosts as a memento of the School and graduated from presenting this topic. To
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CG:0310E.OCK Two hundred Mars Hill College with a B.A.
guests were
lie N. Walnut St.. Starki, Fla. 964.8286 invited to call between the degree in religion. He is now

Plnii ....' mi .... .,.....,.. ...ut tin Mt" link' !I..... T. Cwrn.I hours eight and ten o'clock. attending the Southern : theCity >** .
TKI.. l.NYIIt.. tor Inf..R.tl..I", ."' HM, .. ml mitt a..aIIB.tI.at. Baptist Theological Seminary
tnrill. in the school of theology in
I d IASIC eounst
, NAME Aimee FergusonHas Louisville, Ky.
I The couple is planning a I ofStarke
ADDRESS November 23 wedding in the
I CITY_ .PHONE. Birthday Party First Baptist Church of

STATE ZIP CODE .at Little Aimee Ferguson celebrated Starke.

.. _CLIP .:. 1.'Jr..11f. :r.:'._ .. Saturday her afternoon second at birthday a party Arrivalsj, .
\Mr. and Mrs. Barney
given by her parents, Mr. and I'
\McRae, Mrs. Betty Crawford
Mrs. Bob at their vou' CttYf /
Ferguson '0' t7h.
and son, Mark, of Starke, Mrs. ond'do'',
Bessent / ,
home Road.
on resident'
0
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Bobby Crawford and childrenof ,, a
The Ann theme Jackson ; am
Raggedy Providence and Mrs. AI Marc I hove beesix Years,
I,
carried in the refreshments Group
was and table out decorations. I larlev and children of Merritt \Mr. and Mrs. William M. Commission' ), fO twenty A"hoUgh" I have hoU9" mY'hildren.
SW' ,
JOE BOYDTO Balloons and favors were Island returned last week Meng of St. Petersburg announce city and' ,..,I community servic his ig "'V"",
from two weeks vacation at h" ,
given to the youngsters. the birth of a married Involved ''n Ogon"O"on"" move any
Santa Rosa Island near not
daughter, Dana Michelle, civic will,
Guests included members of on. actvelWitfi,,, and \ I 1association
Pensacola. venous 'u\I,
the family and a few friends.Mr. August 30, in BayfronC been ,, I ,anno' I con
Medical Center. Maternal < office' not sure mY po""on
\Mr. and Mrs. Byron grandparents are Mr. and offering for publl", ,,,,,,.n" I pQ1 elected, I wilt uphold wtth, ,thePromises
FLORIDA COURT _
SUPREME ende
and Mrs. A.J. Eggersand \McIntyre and sons of Ponte Mrs. E. L. Matthews of 0' You that' if I will wyou all the
family of Jacksonvillewere Starke, and paternal grandparents and In''V' rovide I am'
, (GROUP 2)) Vedra and Mrs Billie Hall of however, Pf0h0nesty, to P
last Friday night and are Mr. and Mrs Paul ,' ." '
Orlando were weekend guestsof dgn"V, ,,,,, P ,
ll'itl.. Ailv lalit I hy Ann II" 'I''. t'lIlIIl"'hlll|> Tri'iinuivrt Saturday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre. \Meng of Hampton Lake. with h. other h. lowest I,
I... Mrs. Gerald Norman. ,,..pwOwO"0.Mr. help 01 are entitled twhich" wforlm no'
,
you .' 01
and Mrs. Neil E. Milesof services .,p.nd"u' '
Lake City announce the 9oinsca' ,,e"'V'' I 0'" '. be'n9 .,,,,,ed

birth of a daughter, Olivia entire lax m amiss 0' ,,,,,eO". As po"*, ,
: rDomrnUl1rn 0ffiOOPg Lee, on August in the Lake ,that all our 0' our clOY and ,' "

i ) ) [ Shore Morgan Mr.Hospital.of and Starke Grandparentsare Mrs.and Mr.Claude and best fnan0ger Interest this, ,of ouoll"a "..',,"''. to city tarke make a ,, I

ou' gout
Mrs. E. E. Miles of Lake City. I sense feel dedsions ''''all citizens,, if 1e, ,"on'V ,

'0 see when '0' '
Mr. and \Mrs. O.G. o"p"ng verV cD siderotion' oppeclo'.Vou .
IMAGINE CHOOSE ANY SET Strayhorn of Wildwood and 10. I will,\ sincerely' : Custi.yOUV

Mr. and Mrs W.M. Hazen of tember /Lo.v

all top quality features guests Gainesville of Mr. were and Mrs.Sunday M.F. MARC JACKSON

Sophisticated Grouping all oeautifully ttyled Hazen.
: all seven piece sets

all with 36"x 48"x 60" Mr. and \Mrs Sherrod

Tel d8edt tablet Hamilton were visiting (Pd. Pot.. Adv..1)
In Fashions Sunday.friends in St.Augustine on




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I I am a candidate for re-election tc the C %' I
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Bradford County School Board, District Five. E
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May I ask for vote and support on Sept- J
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I have spent 25 years as a hard working successful t
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$1299S + businessman in Bradford County. I A' ;

d have served two terms on the Starke City SEEBERD.GOODMAN.

Council and two terms on the Bradford School

$ o vftO$1099S Board


I am running on my own record. I wiLl be

ve conscientious fair, impartial and loyal to YOUR

S N the office and the people. I will work For School Board Membvr .

Ask About Our Budget Terms better cooperation between the schools and DISTRICT5-COUNTYATLARGE

the community, and closer relations between
0 Years You On The
Serving School Board
parents and teachers. I will continuously work

It's A Fact You Can Do Better At for better education in keeping with the modern times and will always

keep an open mind on the problems of education.

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Remember, your children's education will be my first concern. So,

when you go to the polls on September 10th I sincerely ask for your
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pUtFITtE R Starke a! Good-man for the job. I _'. ;,. '

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William H. Morgan, Crest- day Sept. 4, at 1:45: a.m after
Win. H. Morgan view; three daughters, 1lrs.Hosha an extended illness at the
Smith and Mrs Bertie home of his daughter Mrs:
P. Jimmy Andrews, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner Arthur L, Holliday, son of
William II. Morgan 79. died Loper, both of Starke and Dorothy Conner, In Leesburg. Mrs. Mary Jo Evans of
Wl'ltnesday. Aug. 211, at his Mrs. Dorothy Herndon Services are set Friday, and Mrs. James L. Andrews, and family of Orlando spent Eastman, Ga was a weekend Mr.and Mrs. A. N. Holliday of
home in Lawtey. Born In Clay Lawtey; two brothers, Roy Sept. 6, at 11 a.m. In Pine has completed the summer the weekend with their guest of Mr and Mrs. B.L. Starke, was graduated from
((7 ir'el r-: County on Jan. t2, 11195, he was Morgan, Lawtey, and Colvin Level Baptist Church with term at the University of parents Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moxley, Jr. Mississippi State University
llama a retired correctional I officer Morgan, 1\lacclenny; 11 Hev. Alton Dobbs officiating Florida with a perfect 4.0 McRae and Mr.and Mrs. Leon on August 17 with a Master of
at the Florida State Prison, a grandchildren, and five great- Burial will be in Conner average. His courses included Conner. Mrs. Norman Rigdon of Education degree In physical
CQ".cfl member of Lawtey Masonic grandchildrl'n. Cemetery on old Raiford Road Economics, Political Science, Seymour Johnson At'B, N.C. education. He is presently
Lodge, a member of the l Funeral services were held immediately following the and General Chemistry. Mr and Mrs. T. B. Harding, spent the weekend with her coaching football and
Sunday Baptist !Men Evergreen Baptist Church lit 2 p.m. Friday in Jones services. Andrews will leave Sept 5 to Sr. attended the funeral of an parents, Mr. and Mrs, George wrestling at Columbia High
Breakfast and Meelmg. 7:10:: and a veteran of World War I. Memorial Chapel with Hev. 1\11' Crosby was born In return to Furman University aunt, Mrs. Effie Evans on W, Brown and took her School in Lake City and Is a
lI.m.; Sunday SChOld, 9:45: Surviving arehis wife, Lillie ('ccil Crawford and Hev. Bradford County on August II, where, among other duties, he Tuesday,August 27 in Atlanta. children, Maureen and Stevie, physical education instructor
a.m.Iol"l1ing! Worship Ser- Sapp Morgan; two sons Walter Mathis conducting. 18118. )Ill' was a member of the will be assistant director for They also visited their home after ten days visit with at Summer ElementarySchool.
vice at II a'cloek sermon: Claude! organ,of Starke, and Interment was in Beulah Pine Level Baptist Church. Orientation lie is a junior daughter, June, In Atlanta the Browns. .
"The Church that made Jesus Cemetery in Clay County with Survivors include one son: majoring In geology.Mr. until Thursday.
Sick"; Church Training, 6:15: ; Masonic riles at the Nick Crosby of Hawthorne; Rev and Mrs. Alton Dodd of I\lr. and Mrs. A.T Tillis and
I'v'ning: Worship 7:30: p.m. ST.1L11K'SEI'IS'OI'AlCl1URClI: graveside. two daughters: Mrs. Melba Mr and Mrs. George B. Jacksonville visited Mr. and son and Mrs. Stella Tillis of
!Monday Girl's Ensemble Spencer and Mrs Dorothy and Mrs. Ogden Bates Flynn, Sr and Mr and Mrs. Mrs. James E. Starling over Tampa were weekend guest of
tl:30: p.m. ; Youth Choir Conner, both of Leesburg, of Jacksonville were weekend Huston McClane spent last the weekend.Dr. Mr and Mrs. Tullie Norman.
I'ractice; Deacons Meeting, 7 \\EEKL Y SCIIEl>l'I.": Robert W. Davis eight grandchildren and five guests of Mr and Mrs. Robbie Thursday at St. Augustine

Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Vestry great grandchildren.DeWitt Shaller. They all spent Beach. and Mrs 11.11. Adams Local admittances to
p.m.Tuesday Junior Choir 3:20: Meeting; 1\1r. Robert W. Davis 55. of C. Jones Funeral Monday at Marco Polo Park and Mr and Mrs J.B. Godwin
Bradford this
p.m. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Senior Lake Butler died Saturday home of Starke is In charge of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. (Flip) have returned from a ten days week include County Mrs.Hospital Alvonia
:
Wednesday Family !Night; Choir; from an apparent heart at- arrangements. Graham and daughters of trip to the Pacific Northwest.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Marlie San- Summerlin, Mrs. Vriue Todd
,
Supper. 6:00: p.m.; (lour of Friday 3:30: p.m. Junior tal'k. Miami, Mrs. Joalyce
!\II' derson of Fort Pierce spent Williams and children 01 St. Mrs. Agnes Thomas, Mrs.
Power. 6:30: pm.; Teachers Choir; Born in Lake City, Myrtle Anderson and
(and Officers Meeting 7:15: ; Sunday SI'Pt. 8:30: a.m. Davis had lived in Lake Butler Luke Knight, 88 the weekend with her parents, Petersburg and Mr and Mrs grandson, Eddie Schwab of Sarah Henderson, Bruce
Mr. and Mrs SG Denmark Scott, Miss Nancy Causey,
Church Choi r. 8 clock. holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m. the past three years. John Spengler and son of Gainesville, were visiting Mr.
Thursday Inspiration and Morning Prayer; 11.0:()\\I) a.m. Survivors Include his wife, Services are set Friday, Gainesville spent the weekend and Mrs. Edward Schwab at Mrs. Dorothy Denton Mrs
Visitation. 9:30: a m.; Music Morning Prayer; 5:00: 7:00: 1\Irs. Sula Bowers Davis of Sept.6. at 4 p.m. In Oak Grove Mrs. Harry Mooty returned with their parents Mr. and Merritt Island from Friday to Virginia Holly and Lewis
Makers; (hapt.1 Bells, 3:20: ; p.m. KY.C. Meeting; 7:00: Lake Butler; three daughters, Church for Luke E. Knight, 88. last Thursday from a week'svisit Mrs. Bill Graham at Kingsley Monday.Dr. VanSyckel, Starke; and 1\Irs.
Visitation 7 p.m. p.m. Sr. Warden's Committee Beaulah Todd and Barbara who died Monday,Sept. 2, in a with her brother and Lake. Frances GaudeUe of Keystone
Ben P. Bryant Pastor at the !Millard Brown home. Sailer, both of Ellisville, and Jacksonville hospital.Mr. sister-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. N. and Mrs IJ.G. Bollinger Heights.
Mary Todd of Lake Butler; Knight, a Mormon was Lee Udell, In I\lenomonee Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards were in Bradenton over the
two sons, Robert Jr. of Worth- a retired farmer lie was born "Falls Wis., and also attended Sr and grand- weekend and attended the 1\11' and 1\1rs. Charles
ington Springs and Willis Jan. 31, 1886 In Lulu, Florida. a family reunion in Highland daughter, Susan Edwards wedding of a nephew, Eugene:: 1I01l0n of Harrisburg, Pa.
To The Voters Henry Davis of Raiford; a Survivors Include seven Park, 111. spent the weekend at Horse Winters, to Betty Stahl on spent several days last week
brother, Lawrence, of Lake daughters: Mrs. Lillie Johns Show Beach. Saturday afternoon. with I\Ir. and Mrs. J.G
City; a sister, Beaulah !\Jurry, of Starke, 1\Irs. Sadie Bowie of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kinardof 1I01l0n.
Of Starke of Lake City, and six grand- Colorado Mrs Giuen Aber- San Antonio, Texas will Miss Beth Belcher of Col and Mrs. II.M lIatcher,
children. nathy of Jacksonville, Mrs. arrive Thursday for two Claxton, Ga was weekend Jr visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George
Services were held Monday, !Nina; White of Jacksonville, weeks visit with her mother guest of Rev and Mrs. John Frank lIatcher in Orlando Huggins were camping at
Before I Qualified For The City Sept. 2, in Archer Funeral 1\lrs. Alma Parrish of Worth- I\Irs. l\Iargie Dowling. Joining M. Flynn and son, John. over the weekend.Mr. Anastasia Park from Wed-
home Chapel in Lake Butler ington Springs, Mrs. Mary the family over the weekend nesday to Monday.
Council I Advised My Employer. with Hev. Fred McCraryofficiating. Poweli of Starke and Mrs will be Mr and Mrs. James Mr and Mrs. Olin White and .and Mrs. Olin White and
Delores! iller of Georgia: one Dowling and daughter, Cindy sons and Miss Linda Powell Mr. and 1\Irs. J.E. Tomlinson 1\11' and Mrs. Marc Jackson
That I Would NOT ACCEPT
A brother: Gee Knight of Worth- and 1\11'. and Mrs John spent the weekend at their had dinner at Julington Creek and daughters were In
Transfer ington Springs 24 grandchildren Hartley and sons of cottage on Crystal Lake. last Friday night, celebrating Williston Sunday visiting her
From Starke, That My Rufus Crosby, 86 and 14 great grand- Jacksonville, and Mr. and the Whiles' 26th wedding parents, 1\11'. and I\Irs. II.E.
children. !\Irs. William M. Dowling and Karan and Lauran Smith.
And anniversary.
I
Family Had Returned In Rufus 1\1. Crosby, 86. life- Officiating at the Friday daughter Amy, of Raiford.Mr. Harrington of Ormond Beach

Order To Make This Our Per- long Bradford resident and a services will be Rev. Wilford were visiting their grandparents 1\Irs. Charlotte Williams of 1\11' and 1\1rs. J.E. Hardy
retired farmer died Wednes- Jordan and Hev. Jesse and Mrs. W.E, Crowsonof Mr. and 1\lrs. C. N. Eustis Is visiting her son. and daughter, June, of
manent Residence If Elected Branson. Burial will follow In Winter Haven were Sunday Christy over the weekend. MerriU Williams, this week Valdosta, Ga were
Oak Grove under guests of his brother and vacationing in Charleston,
Cemetery while 1\Irs. Williams is visiting
To Our City Council I Will Fulfill direction of DeWitt C. Jones sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. E. L. Matthews is her son-in-law and daughter S.C. and Savannah, Ga over
FLORI DATHEATRE Funeral Home of Starke. Claude Crowson.Mr. visiting her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sief- the weekend.

My Obligations daughter, Mr and Mrs. W. Pd.Meng ferman, in Petersburg, Va.
----- and Mrs Gary and baby daughter in St. 1\1rs. James 1\lontuoro and
A new Japanese.built Lal\tonda of Gainesville and Petersburg this week.
super- Mr. and Mrs. II.A. Lawson daughter of Tampa spent
tanker can haul enough oil to 1\1rs. Marian Starling and and Mr. and Mrs. 1\I.L. Tuesday to Monday with her
Thank You, supply a tankful of gasoline/ daughter, Danielle, and Mrs. 1\11' and !\Irs. Irvan Lawson were visiting parents 1\11' and 1\Irs. M.A.
Bill Glover Fri Sat & Sun for 3.000.000 cars, National Lucille Stoughton of Covington and children of relatives in Auburndale last Baldwin. 1\11' 1\lontuoro joined
Jacksonville weekend
Geographic says. were Gainesville spent the weekend Thursday. the family over the weekend.
of !\II'. and 1Irs.Iaxie!
WAYNE guests with Dr and Mrs. A. Y.
Carter, Sr.Swamp. Covington.
ON WHEELS!

Vote For
301 Fever In Mrs. Lucille Bryan Bible Answers:


': All But 5 Of67Counties 1\Irs. Lucille Bryan, 64. of HOW DOES GRACE FUNCTION?
a.I DRIVEIN Haiford died Saturday,
1'r, August 31, after an extended Spiritual functions
grace through spiritual law God has
illness. acted toward man in making his grace available to mankind.
... ':" Fri. & Sat Swamp fever is present in Widow of the late Sinclair Man can appropriate that grace by acting toward God by
.ti' all except five Florida Bryan, Mrs. Bryan was born meeting God's stipulated conditions. Grace is unmerited, but
counties, a study of test in Georgia and had lived most not unconditional.
results shows Commissioner of her life In the Raiford
to -'to" Ain oaldscream Man must appropriate that grace by acting toward God in
: of Agriculture Doyle Conner.- co'mmunity. She was a obedience to Hs, law. Calvinists make the mistake of thinking
said. member of the Haiford that because grace Is unmerited, it is unconditional Some
The highest percentage of Baptist Church. brethren make the mistake of thinking that one must meet the
reactors disclosed by the Survivors Include one conditions of grace that make one a son of god, but beyond
Coggins test was found to be Ina brother: Howard Edwards of that point he can have God's grace whether he meets its
band of counties from Whigham, Ga.; two step sons: conditions Where
v Qh ati or not. does God's word make such a dis-
BillGlover .JOIIN 'VAYNJ Brevard and Indian River Ray Bryan of Raiford and tinction? Such is human wisdom and
pure it has no baSIS in
:::::. Counties across the state Joseph P. Bryan of Jackson- the scriptures.
north of Lake Okeechobee to ville one step daughter: Mrs.
: Salvation is not earned just because man must meet certain
Southwest Florida except for Blance Johnson of Jackson- conditions to obtain it.
; It Is not possible for man to do enough
: yt Nassau and Monroe Counties ville. good works to earn salvation. It Is a gift of God, "not of works
fl'oJ lt Conner said. The five counties Services were held Monday, lest should boast" .
any man (Eph. 2:8: 9// Parental grace has
In which no positive reactors 1 at 2 in the
Sept p.m. given children many things they did not earn, but they had to
From:: Warner' Sres C) mLlA: RODDY were found were Franklin Halford Baptist Church with meet certain conditions to obtain them. But meeting the
City Council A Werner Cemmunu.uene Cemp.op Wakulla Jefferson Taylor Hev. Allen Price officiating.
conditions did not earn the gifts. So is it with the gifts of God's
Plus mVENS McDOWALLA and Walton. Burial was In Sapp Cemetery grace.
Conner advised horse under direction of Archer
Group 3 Grace is not some nebulous something that floats around in
owners to take all precautions Funeral Home of Lake Buller. the air and settles upon persons in some mysterious
RYAN ONfAI: .JACOUEUNE BISSET l against getting their horses Grace is both definable and visible(Act 11:22: ,23)/. way
A Concerned Permanent BCP F OduC'ron' ,nQIcIP" removed from animals that
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WARREN OATES -to. C'.OM. have not been tested or that Once hunted almost to ex, Sauth.ide Church af Christ
Resident Who Lives and THE THIEF .. they do not know anything Unction the North American
3 Miles South of
about. Starke on U.S. 301
beaver Is comeback
staging a
Works In Cur City WHO CAME Plus Main disease-carrying thanks go conservation and a Send questions to: Schedule of Services
TO DINNER insects are mosquitoes horseflies change 01 fashion away from Casey A. Carlisle, Sunday
Cola' ,by D.,.... rptiw Where 'WILLARD" ended... and other biting flies. furs and beaver hats National Minister 10 a.m Bible Study
(Paid Pol Adv I c. : :':';7.; a: ::" nwT: : :O <0> The disease can be spread Geographic says. At. 3, Box 58 11.a.m. Worship
BEN from horse to horse also by Starke, Fla 6 p m. Worship
using curry combs,
hypodermic needles and other
begins tools used In the care of

ffin. horses.Conner also reminds horse Vote ForHarold

owners that there Is no known
George W. Roberts Jr. Sun. & Mon. cure for the disease and no

proven vaccine to prevent it.
although a number of

What makes I nice girl tie research projects are working E. Waters
toward a vaccine and a cure.
ha place like this? Horses which contract the
disease remain carriers for
,7--- life although they may appear
to recover. Acutely infected The People'sManFor .
horses may die suddenly while
in most cases, the Infected
1 horses show signs of Im- = 'n_
f provement only to have
Vate And relapses.
State regulations provide CountyCommissioner
'ek for isolation of infected horses
in approved quarantine areas

Far Elect or to death.having them humanely put



Cosmotology Course DISTRICT 4


Expanding At SFCC He Will Listen When You Talk


tj Santa Fe Community HAROLD E. WATERS

; L College's Cosmotology Is Interested In The Future Of
Q Program is expanding as it
moves this fall to new Bradford County.
t facilities at the school's

For Northwest Campus, 3000 N.W,
83rd Street and Is still ac-
I cepting students for the HAROLD E. WATERS

1 i i County Commissioner coming term. Is A Bradford County Taxpayer, Home Owner.

Those Interested in HAROLD E. WATERS
1y enrolling In the
S District 2 acquire applicatIons program and more may Will Represent All The'People Of Bradford County.

detailed information from the
HAROLD E. WATERS

1 I Need Yaur Vate And An Aquarius Films PreSentation at COIImotology SFCC's Northwest Program Campus.Office Is A Working Man And Knows The Working Man's

Plus Students seeking admission Problems.
tlJ the program should
t Will Appreciate Your schedule appointments with
the program coordinator, One Harold
R. Hutchins, and must be E. Waters
U'JiI Issued student permits by the
Dn Sept10tht ? State Board of Cosmotology
i Support A UlliwtI'1CH.t IIlJoOIU1..... iJj! oM begin before classes.they are allowed to II You Know Him You'll Want To Vote For Him IP.d.\oIAdvt' )





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I Wrecks Reported In Area S-T.R-E-T-C-H-I-N-G-Milk Dollar, . If


12 wrecks but no injurieswere McCullough, 57: of Hampton- of Starke. $400 damage to the DeSue' ATLANTA-Although milk Evaporated milk is powder may be sifted with dry dry milk, look for the U. S.
reported by the Starke was struck in the right side by Marks had parked his 1973 vehicle which was parked on prices-like the price of every- prepared by heating homo- ingredients for cakes and Extra Grade shield on the I
Police Department and the the 1964 Dodge of Leon! Chevrolet on the west side of the west side of US-301. David thing else have risen, milk is genized whole milk ..under a breads, stirred into flour for label. This shields means that
Florida Highway Patrol, Thomas Odom, III, 19, of Oak Street in Reno, when Lee Summersill, 25, of San- still a good buy. Nevertheless, vacuum to remove half of its gravy or sauce, or mixed with the milk was manufacturedunder
including a hit and run at the Starke, Aug. 6, at the SR-16 Harris made a right hand turn ford, apparently fell asleep at home economists with the U. water, then sealing it in cans cornstarch and sugar for the continuous inspec !
Call Street and 301 Intersec- and Cherry Street interseCt off of SR-16 (Brownlee Street) the wheel of his 1970 GMC S. Department of Agricul- and sterilizing it. When mixed pudding. Add water to make tion of the U. S. Department of I I
tion on Saturday, Aug. 10 onto Oak Street. Marks, who truck and ran into DeSue's ture's (USDA) Agricultural with an equal amount of up the required amount of Agriculture, meets high ;
Victim of the hit and run tion.Odom was going west on SIl- was standing beside his parked and unoccupied auto. Marketing Service say there water, its nutritive value is liquid. quality requirements, and
driver was the 1973 Chevroletof 16 when McCullough pulledout parked vehicle saw the oncoming Officer E. D. Phillips are ways to wrmomize and about the same as whole milk. Another asset of nonfat dry was produced under strict
Ralph Rena Peoples, who of Cherry Street onto the car in time to get out charged Summersill with still get the food values Unopened evaporated milk milk is that it needs no refri- sanitary conditions. To '. 1
had stopped for the signal highway without stopping of its way to keep from being careless driving as a result of associated with milk. will keep for a few months geration and can be stored for receive the "U. S. Extra :
light on US-301, prior to before entering, causing hit. Harris crashed into the the collision. One method is to buy fresh without refrigeration. Be sure several months in a cool dry Grade" designation, instant I I
making a right hand turn onto damages of $1 DO to the Dodge rear of the parked auto The 1971 Oldsmobile of milk in as large a container as to refrigerate it after opening.A place. After it is reconstituted, nonfat dry milk must have a
Call Street. The unidentified and $300 to :McCullough'sFord. causing $400 in damages to it Margaret M. Williams was is practical for your situation. however, it should be sweet ahd pleasing flavor anda I
vehicle and its driver crashed Police Officer E. D. and $500 to the front of the damaged to the extent of $1500 The larger the container, the mixture of water and eva refrigerated and handled like natural color. It must also
into the rear of People's Chev- Phillips charged McCulloughwith Pontiac. Monday, Aug. 12, by the 1974 less you pay per quart, as a milk makes a fresh milk. dissolve immediatley when I
porated
rolet causing damages of$500. violation of rightofwayon Officer E. D. Phillips White truck and trailer rule. But of course, you can't inexpensive infant When buying instant nonfat mixed with water.
relatively
After the collision the entering a through high- charged Harris with careless operated by James Thomas save money if the milk !spoils formula. Evaporated milk,
unknown driver fled the sceneof driving and DWI. of ,
Everett, 32, Quitman before you use it. with amount of water
the accident in his damaged way.On Saturday', Aug. 10, Tom On Monday morning, Aug. Georgia. Another alternative is added an, equal be used in place of
vehicle, according to the Marks escaped 12, a sleepy truck driver vehicles making may
narrowly( Both were buying milk in dried or fresh milk in recipes. It is also d 1 '1 j
report filed by Police OfficerJ. injury when he had to run to crashed into. the 1964 right hand turns off of US-301 evaporated forms instead of in coffee on hot cereal, ...
good '
L. Howard. avoid hit the 1963 Chevrolet of Clarence Edward Street. 'I'I'IM
being by onto East Brownlee fresh. Milk in these forms poured over pudding or VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT :
The 1974 Ford of Lester Pontiac of Grainver Harris, 42, DeSue, 24, of Starke, causing The heavy truck and trailerwas costs less than fresh milk. or gelatin desserts, or whippedinto

:-++10........... I I I I ..to tI .. ... t. I ... t tI I .' H".. Hint .. inside making lane of the 301 turn and from the rear the. a topping. ", A.
HI SUNSHINI STATI IN HISTORY Instant nonfat dry milk is
tires of the trailer, in the short
made by removing nearly all
Support Attorney LAWSONSCHOOL
the Oldsmobile in
turn, caught
MCMENOEZ
PEDRO of the fat and water from pasteurized -
the left side causing $1500 D!. AVILfcSCM05&N value as fresh skim
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JOHN PAUL HOWARDFOR damage to Mrs.Williams' car. ay SPAIN' milk. Normally, instant
BOARD DIST.2Wisdom
Officer Julius D. Eunice TO DRIVE, THE nonfat dry milk comes with
JUDGESHIP FIRST DISTRICT charged Everett with making.an FUfNCH FROM r
vitamins A and D added.
71l1
FLORIDA ill
improper turn. CNTCffCD (111'lJ.1/
HAftSOfiCAU '" Instant nonfat dry milk when
A
COURT OF APPEALS all
Three vehicles, travelingeast
lVr26.)5tf!) r mixed with water Is a good
(T.U..e) three miles west of WHICH wt;; substitute for fresh whole or
Starke on SR-100, Aug. 4 were NAMED FO: Af.r skim milk as'a beverage. Andyou'll
involve in an accident. THE FCA4T
JOHN PAUL, HOWARD q The first vehicle, a 1974 of THe GAVESAINT save money even if you IkttI
mix the reconstituted nonfat
Jacksonville attorney, with 21
Elizabeth '
driven
by *
Dodge
I IAUGUUIHE milk with an equal amount of
years of extensive trial and :, of I
40
Joy Sparks, Daytona
appellate experience, seeks Yq I I. whole milk.
hole the
Beach, ran into a in ..
y Instant nonfat dry milk is
your support in his bid for t r roadway with her right front --0':'
election to the vacant judge- wheel. She oversteered the ">.<.. -=- .....:::: ....: also good for cooking. The .
ship, First District Court otf/ vehicle in coming back onto
Appeal, Group 1, which covers the highway. The second
:; the 37 counties of Northern i j vehicle, a 1974 Ford driven by I LU li; L0g4 UIJGJIUb! ( tNA Is Knowing

:t: Florida. Incumbent Judge Alice Fuller Hamilton, 47, of
Sam Spector is not seeking Raiford slowed down for the GROUP THREE What' To Do ; Skill Is.
re-election. y first vehicle and was struck in O
the rear by the 1963 Chevroletof ROt,; Knowing How To Do It
Howard, 47, has been an Ervin Sims, of Daytona \ ;
active trial and appellate attorney Beach, the third vehicle. EPPS
in Northeast Florida.), Damages to the rear of the Virtue Is In Doing It Well.
.
engaged in both civil and Ford was set at$200 and to the
criminal cases before state and! front of the Chevrolet $150. EARNESTLY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE AND
federal courts, since his grad.. The first vehicle was not hit. SUPPORT ON SEPTEMBER 10 .!'
uation from the University! of Florida College of Law in two of the drivers. I feel that my 18 years of administrative work r'J.,,; ..; f'f'i ,-
Spar I'
1950. The Glen St. Mary:: for violation of a well qualify me to serve as a member'ol your.. o1. (
native graduated from Jack; driver license restrictions and City Council and I will do my best to merit your vofe -
sonville's Landon High School Sims for failure to have and support. (Political Advertisement, Paid For by H. A. Lawson)
JOHN PAUL HOWARD, vehicle under control.
in he in the Thank
1911. Then served You
Paid Pol. Adv
(
Jacksonville accident )
Attorney Another three car
parachute infantry until 191(. _____ r
occurred Friday, Aug. 9, just

Howard is a member of true former Alarilouise Mirkler. outside of Starke on SR-16.
The disabled 1966 Ford of
Jacksonville: Bar Association: ,
They have three children
Erie Leslie Phillips, 18, of
The Florida Bar, American
Waldo, was parked on the east
Trial Lawyers' Association, Howard maintains that an
shoulder of the highway and
23 F & AM, must have THE DECISION
Temple Lodge # appellate judge extensive directly in front of it was
Scottish Rite Bodies and trial and appellate experience parked the 1966 Plymouth of

Morocco Temple. Howard, a before going on the Erie Leslie Phillips, Sr., 41,
Baptist, is married to the bench and he has 24 years. also of Waldo. The father and

(Paid Political Advertisement br: John Paul Howard Treasurer) son were working on the YOURS
disabled vehicle when it was IS
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I Elect Maurice

Help Make It Wisely!




I : Edwards Compare The Qualifications Carefully


meow i Jr.


Your Then. Elect .



a, <" School Board Member Dist 5I E. W.I
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I am a Candidate For

HODGESYOUR

the School Board. _


Because Interested' In The Schools "t ., "



Of Our CountyVOTE County CommissionerDISTRICT



FOR AND ELECT MAURICE EDWARDSHe 4 COUNTY AT LARGE



is your Qualified Candidate. ..


A Native of Bradford 'County Self Employed, As A Cattleman QUALIFICATIONS CHECK THEM OUT: ,*## .

Married with 5 children & Dairy Man *t

Land owner and Taxpayer since He

Graduate of Bradford High School was 18yrs. Old. PROVEN INTEREST IN THE PROGRESS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. t.t t ,r.


I Think We Should Keep In Mind That Our PROVEN ABILITY TO GET THE JOB DONE



Children & Schools Should Come First YOUNG, HARDWORKING SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN An original m.mb.r of the Countys Land Use Planning

Who has mad. It on his own. CommIttee

In Our School
System -
PROVEN ABIUTY TO GET THE MOST FOR YOUR TAX Member the County Zoning Board since Its inception.

DOLLAR.

("I say there is too much Money spent on administration & not Has five years experience on your Hospital Board Born In Bradford County 44 years of ag. Married,

where w. always operated within our budget! father of 3 children. Active m.mb.r of First Baptist
enough on Education") If elected our children will come first & Church. Member American Legion.


I WILL HOLD TAXATION TO A MINIMUM AT ALL TIMES. .


I will not be a yes man or a rubber stamp for anyone ,or any group. Think It Over Be Safe. Be SureE.




VOTE for & ELECT W. Hodges ;is not running for the job But running to do, the job


".


Maurice Edwards "I 1 have enjoyed campaigning, enjoyed talking to you, enjoyed and appreciate your' .time and 1

Jr. suggestionsIf I have missed you, time ran out so please give me your every consideration when you', '

go to the polls on September 10.1 will I sincerely appreciate your vote and support."

i Thank You. EW. Hodges, Jr.


He will stand for the children Citizens

up IIArlain: May I Remind You Good Counties: ,Don't, :



& Taxpayers, of our County Just: Happen They,Rre. Planned"Political



',' Thank You |Pd. pal Advl| ( Advertisement, Paid for by E.W. Hodges) .





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Truck Load Furniture Slow -' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS' I
Of Oaks And Magnolias Not "AI",, "
I Dig Book, '''''UUU'IVs
Harely have we seen a 6. Were entirely ready to Anonymous"*
Burns On US-301 person fail who has have God remove all these
Growers If Given Right Care"We thoroughly followed our path. defects of character.
Those who do not recover are 7. Humbly asked Him to
-
A truck load of lurnituie (George. Tullius, Jr., 21.! of people who cannot or will not remove our shortcomings.

(l'aldlinl1111\ lire from a hole in I Lake Hutler driving III1i:1\! : would like to plant a disturb the root system and as 50) percent. This severe completely give themselves to 8. Made a list of all persons

(he null I lor caused damages Ford Station Wagon had live oak or southern magnolia, reduce competition to the reduction means the tree gets (this simple program, usuallymen we had harmed, and became
ol V!Ulilitio( >i> (he \hick and $2.2(10( passed one vehicle and was in but we can't wait that long for tree Even though trees have a less water and nutrients, and and women who are willing to make amends to
to it's contents l httlut'e the the process of overtaking theI7.J shade." Sound familiar Thisis few very deep roots, most of growth is restricted. Mulchinga constitutionally incapable of them all.

ll.i/i'extinguished tL the l< Chevrolet of Home a very common comment the root system is fairly bare area around is again being honest with themselves. i 9.) Made direct amends to
Slarkc Kire! I Dep.u'tnHMit Lemuel (i ilisson.I 47. of from homeowners who wantto shallow. Any digging or very beneficial. There are such unfortunates. such people wherever

Imrsdav morn mg, August( 22 I'alatka.ho had signaled for plant a shade tree hoeing which damages the They are not ,at fault; they possible, except when to do so
a lelt turn off of SK-lll( !) onto The truth is, with roots of the tree Maximum growth is the others
proper can slow its seem to have been born that would Injure them or '
The I Hllifi) Inllrnalionallnll'k! ( SK-215: Wet pavement and no care, trees that were once growth considerably. And l result of how well you help way. They are naturally in- 10. Sought through prayer Ask'Charley
and trailer owned Madison l \traction caused the! Tulhus considered to be very slow finally keep grass away from meet the optimum growing capable of grasping and and meditation to Improve our
I House and operated l h>' dnver vehicle! to skid into (he! leftside growers need not take so longto the newly planted tree as longas conditions of the tree. If you developing a manner ol living conscious contact with God as

Ailluir Horace Hotelier. 47. olM.idison. of the ilisson; Car reach a desirable size. possible. Research has follow these guidelines, that which demands rigorous we understood \Him, praying

: was \traveling( south Trooper W.1\1. Abrams, Superior shade and ornamental shown that competition of "slow-growing" shade tree honesty. only for knowledge of His will
on IS-tin: 1 ThUl'!>da} morning estimated damages ol $400 to species like live grasses can reduce root may be grown as fast as one of lor us and the power to carry E.
in
shear K\ o'dlOl'k11I'n the each \l'Ilid111111 charged oak, white oak; black olive, growth of young trees as much the so-called "fast-growers.". Our stories disclose a that out
driver noticed the !smoke Tullius with improper lane magnolia, dogwood, and general way what we used to 12. Having had a spiritual JohnsAbout

com M ng Iron t the trailer1'ulling i hung. others should not be passed up be like, what happened, and awakening as the result ol
( thetriK.kandlr.nler to just because they are labelledas what we are like now. If you tried to
these ,
Takes steps we carry
the side ol the road near the On Friday. August( t 2.J: Virgil "slow growers." There are Landscaping have decided you want whatwe this to alcoholics, This Question
I-'arni :M.uket Ku.id in I Howard 1!>axon I Iii( l. of Alachua several things that you can do have, then you are ready to and to message practice these principles :

lei section a lire alaim was had slopped his \ITOJ! : Win- to speed up the growth of Careful PlanningA take certain steps. Here are in all our alfairs. "1 might have known my
sounded. mi nebago. pulling ti boat and the steps we took, which are
bringing .111 trees Many of us exclaimed boy would lose that school
mediate response Irom I the trailer at (he SU-227 intersection ,First, consider soil conditions suggested as a program of "What an order! I can't go instrument. lie forgot it on
:St.like. I'ire Dcp.iitmcnlTioopct prior to entering If the soil where thetree well landscaped home time. Consider these factors recovery: through with it." Do not be
l'S-i01: Lewis Mansell A er. will be planted is poorly having healthy shade trees, on the location you are 1. We admitted we were discouraged. No one among us the bus, and it's just gone.
I.i.i .\ anning ol 4.1.:' tli>l St.it kc. going south on drained, compacted, infertile, shrubs and flowers, and a well thinking about. powerless over alcoholthatour has been able to maintain Would musical instrument
the Kill estimated I total I S-iil:\ ) while attempting' to or too dry, take the time to kept lawn doesn't just happen What happens during the lives had become un- anything like perfect insurance covering loss,
damages! ol $7.211(1:! ( (10 the (ruck make a right hand t turn onto modify it to better suit the takes careful planning, rainy season? Does water manageable. adherence to these principles.We theft or accidental damage
and.. ils. 'imlcnts t h'lol'I'lhl' l lire SU-2:!;. skidded into the left stand of the lot
i trees several and on part or
requirements. Many years perpetual any 2. Came to believe that a are not saints. The point is have cost less than 1% of
W.is.' pill (lilt side ol I the stopped motor soil additives or amendments! maintenance. The main goalin docs it soak into the ground Power greater than ourselves that we are willing to grow
'Iwu t accidents weicic home. Damages to he( are available and when incorporated landscaping should be to quickly Avoid sites where could restore us to sanity along spiritual lines. The the value from the Charley.E

|>i"rlcd\ I h A the' Kill' during 1'l'!>idl'nl'I''I'hlcl\? was $:JOO into the soil can provide! a quality living environment poor surface water drainageis 3. Made a decision to turn principles .we have set down Johns Agency."
I lie \ l''k.lIh wcl and to Aver's car $125. the be used evident, or lots where water
\ pavement !greatly\ improve physical which can our will and our lives over to are guides to progress. We
onli ilmlmti! to INdh ;It'l'i idcMts< 'liooper W.1\1, Abrams and chemical soil properties. and enjoyed by you and your collects. Excess water can the care of God as we understood claim spiritual progress
'1dul'l's\('lung( west t i hai'ged A urwithspeedingto( Examples are peat, compostsand lamliy. hinder construction and make him. rather than spiritual perIcction -
mi. t.IIIII|: ), !9| l1ult'st'!>t nli last t for conditions, and listed sludge growing( plants difficult. 4. Made a searching and Charley E.
"Iu'k i ( collided, al the Sit :2H: wet pavement' as a contributory Next: consider the nutrient (fearless moral To contact the Bradford
of
nti'i 1 I-VrLlnn I Thui'sdav 1 1 cause ol the ac supply in the soil. If the soil is the Ideally! home, the should! landscape be planned and Check! the soil I on the lot andif ourselves. inventory. Group of A.A. see the JOHNS AGENCY

1h\,,, u-l -'-' alinul Pili' (idenl naturally infertile (and most together For most families, a it is very sandy and usually 5. Admitted to God to Classified section of this 131 SO. WALNUT ST

Florida soils are), you might house will be their single dry. consider! soil improvement ourselves, and to another! newspaper

want to incorporate a complete largest investment. So, every prior lo landscaping.One human being the exact natureof. (Written by O.W.l\l. excerpts PHONE 964-5O7O
\ fertilizer into the our & ideas taken I from the!
effort should be made lo oh- wrongs.
planting site. of the most important
Norman lain maximum value!* for the
If (he site drained consider lot
is poorly (actors to on
The of lot
type
spent
till dirt may be added to money selection is the existing trees.A .
and how well it is developed -
provide a layer of well- lew mature trees will
including landscaping can ll.f' Elect
Construction trained soil deep enough for add to or detract Irom futureproperty greatly enhance the immediate GEORGE
good( ) root growth. II the soil is landscape effect. ROBERTS
values. If properly
very sandy and dry, soil landscaped, a lot and home \V. .I U .
amendments can be used to Also small I lowering!
can greatly increase in value. any
f#* inciease water holding trees can be used in place or,:

: capacity and mulch can be Too often we see a beautiful transplanted to fit into the : FOR
vXV\\\/i. $: .: used to reduce ateI' loss after home on an attractive site design. Good trees increase :
'
the
d, tree is planted. with practically no land- property values and should be
Consider the spot here you scaping. This is a sad site .saved by marking and staking{ c County Commissioner
will plant the tree Most trees indeed.Vilh only a little oil to prevent removal or ,

make maximum growth when planning and minimum expense damage during construction. / ,

planted in full sun. Don't plant \ (IiIS compared to the Remove the crowded, inferiorspecies -'.....- District No. 2
Remodeling a !Iow.growing tree in dense others.
and save the
price of the home I thepal'kage
shade and it to
expect grow
could be completedAnd. ,
quickly Use mulches around often a few hundred ,\ ::::J1T' Experience Business And
Additions the tree! (to reduce soil temperatures very Also select the kind of lot ,

especially if dollars for plants add which will satisfy family ; ......... Educational Background To Serve
thousands of dollars to the
needs Some families need "
planted in full sun. A mulchcan "'
insulate the tree roots and property value in it few years. large open spaces lor tv 1 You Best.

Concrete Work icduiosoil temperature by tIt 15-: children. Others may want

.! degrees thus making a The time to !start considering space left natural to reduce '
more favorable environment your! landscaping! is when maintenance. Fit (he lot to ) our \ ot (> (111(1SullorI '/) (' (';( ('
lor root growh( buying a lot Much of its your desires if at all possible

533-2871 or 782-3352 The last (two points to potential landscape development Next; we'll go further into (Pb: Pot' Adv I
consider are probably the and value as real estate developing your home landscape -
41Pd most important Never can be determined at that .
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was the height of the But in spite of the George Washington "at the Starke" on March 13--a freeholders would vote on the wire Lawtey booster, spoke on

Florida land boom. prosperity, you could still buy Bradford County Library subdivision of the Livingston question of issuing bonds for "Cooperation" Summertime,vacations and and borers, and other insect l

three packs of Wrigley's PK when the picture was taken estate--complete with music completing the county's high- doubts holidays are good times to pests. Most of these insectscan
Calvin Coolidge was chewing gum for five cents. down for reframing. by a famous college band, free way system, including two Anyone harboring look forward to, but when they be controlled if the
about the of
President. barbecue, and drawing for additional hardsurfaced growth Hamptonand get here a lot of folks can't problem Is recognized soon
The time was March 12 Another symptom of the free lots. roads. "This system of high- its place on the U.S. map wait till they get back into enough and a spray programis

Bradford County was so 1926,and the source of all this land boom was given in a front ways will give the county one should have attended the their regular routines. Many begun before a heavy
boom-minded that it had three Information Is a yellowed copyof page news item proclaimingthat of the most complete road meeting and social held by the people return more exhausted population of the insects

Chambers of Commerceoneeach "The Bradford County the Williams brothers systems of any county in the Chamber of Commerce on the than they were before they left builds up.There .

for Starke, Lawtey, and Telegraph" recently would conduct the "biggest state," the news story proudly evening of February 26. There for a vacation. However, this miracle insecticide -
is
I Hampton. discovered auction of lots held proclaimed was a standing vote of all no
behind a print of ever in present to cooperate to the generally is a different kind of available that can be
exhaustion and most folks
fullest extent in making are sprayed or applied that will
Bradford County musicianswere
able to back into the old
Point view on the air, with Avery Hampton "The City of Op- grind with get renewed vigor. kill all insects Most Insecticides -
of been
Powell's Corn Field Fiddlers portunity Mrs A.A. Durdan, have

............................... entertaining radio fans over T.J.Mrs. J.F. Johnson, and Mrs.the This seemed to be the case developed that for be a specific found on pest a
WJAX with barn dance music. Wynn comprised las Tuesday morning when might
banquet committee and specific plant or animal, or in
Taking part were Jack Pitts, many of our farmers were
first liddle Cliff Andrews, served a real southern dinner about a specific location or
; stirring picking up
Don't Shrug It OffIn -1 second fiddle; Avery Powell, that made the mouth water supplies and getting ready for situation. Also, insecticideshave of
mandolin-banjo; and Fay and cry out for more. jobs they had been putting otf different levels
Andrews piano. Remarks concerning the for several weeks. They are toxicity and some have
growth of the town were made placing fertilizer and seed residual effects and can build

her usual optimistic frame of mind cent higher than the state averages and Lawtey had been one of the by Arthur. I. Gould, chamber orders for fall and winter up in the soil or the environment -
largest shippers of sweet corn president, A.A. Durden, and and the .
of Bradford crops are discussing
indicate that the voters
of
Supervisor Registration Neva Flynn in the state during the 1925 Frank C. Gould. The chamberhad high and apparent
prices
has predicted a 63 per cent turnout of County are taking a better than average season, and Bradford truck enrolled 41 members, the shortages of these supplies. These are just some of the

Bradford County qualified electors in interest in their local, state, and national growers were highly pleasedwith majority ladies.Thirtyfive reasons that we always em-

the First Primary of September 10. governments.In a decision of the In- I don't have to mention to phasize the four "R's" when
terstate Commerce Com- members were that we are having our using pesticides. Once you
allow to added to the Starke Chamberof anyone have identified your pest
This encouraging prediction is in spite of events that have shaken top mission ice to their sweet shippers corn Commerce at a banquet and second flight of "love here bugs"this always use the Right amountof

marked contrast to reports from the faith of the people in those in high shipments with not to exceed get-together meeting last greater year.numbers They are than last in the Right material at the

Tallahassee that only a 30 to 40 per cent office, both state and national, this is no .'L\J'I'EltS 7.500 pounds of ice per car. Thursday night in the Orange spring, and are doing their Right time applied in the

turnout is expected in statewide voting time to shrug off all politicians as being Were in Style & Black Tea Room. Speakersfor usual damage to automobile Right way. These Rights are
the evening were Col. R.C covered on the label, and the
due to the apathy and disinterest of unworthy of our attention at the polls. three But to Chambers get back of to Com-those Turck and Mr. Burns, of paint and radiators. It is good label directions should alwaysbe

voters in the current crop of candidates.In There are still some good men left of- Preliminary plans and merce, each one apparently Jacksonville; Mayor Comer apparently that these pests do do not not transmit bite and followed to the letter. My

fering themselves for public service and estimates for Starke's new trying to outdo the other: L. Peek, Judge A.Z. Adkins, diseases to man, animals or guess is tha we would seldom,
the past, Bradford County has needed than Masonic Temple had just been and Col! D.E. Knight. if ever, have any pesticide
they are now, more ever. plants as a matter of fact, they
turned to the committeein problems if all
over applicators
racked enviable record
an voting
up beneficial to some extentin
The Chamber of are
charge, with two stories, Lawtey Social life was not would follow these
running well ahead of the state averagein won't to tell Commerce was entertained at the breakdown of dead
The Telegraph attempt ground floor to be occupied by neglected, in spite of the boom suggestions.
primaries, as well as general elec- how to vote next Tuesday. Most offices, second floor lodge the club house in that City on frenzy. Last Saturday afternoon plants and grass. However,

tions. For instance, in the last "big year" you of their room, banquet hall, kitchen March 9, with an en- about 30 little boys these benefits do not seem to It's just a little early to talk
voters are capable making and bother
the fuss
up
and ante tertainment committee gathered at the home of little out-weigh about some of the things that
election in 1972, Bradford voted 78.3 of rooms.
own minds on the basis of what they consisting of Messrs. W.C. Jimmie Moore in Lawtey to these pests are causing peopleat will be happening soon that

its qualified strength in the first read in the newspapers and hear and see The Baptist Church revival \\ooten, E.E. Burney.and help him celebrate his eighth this time. are sponsored by our

primary, and 76.6 per cent in the second on television.We had been postponed in order W.II. Edwards, Fifty-five birthday. Games were en- The heavy population of agricultural and civic
not to conflict with the Rad- members attended, and ten I
primary.In joyed during the afternoon, love bugs should make us organizations. can tell you
cliff Chautauqua, which was new members were added to after which Mrs. Moore, that meetings are being held
the last "off year" election, 1970, do urge you to vote, however, and coming to town. the list. Postmaster W.H. assisted by Miss Joyce Terry, Season.aware that" I have this is had an "Insect several and plans are being made to

Jie vote here was 70.8 per cent in the help maintain Bradford County'sreputation Biggs spoke on "Dirt Far served the little folks with ice calls asking about control make things like our calf
of at near the in A bond election was set for mers" and "Better Mail and cake scramble, steer shows, and
first primary, and 64.2 per cent in the being or top the cream methods for mole crickets,
following Tuesday, when .
Sel'\'ice K It Thl de. live
one other
youth programs bigger
second. These figures are at least 10 per voter turnout at the polls. army worms, fall web-worms,
And the movies Love was a and better than ever.. I I'll
sod web-worms, tent cater
popular topic, even in those pillars, house flies, roaches, report on these as soon as final

days. Coming on March 18-20 ants, mosquitos, tree beetles plans and preparations are
Swamp WaterThere LETTERS TO was "Argentine Love" made.

I tl.;. starring Bebe Daniels and
Ricardo
THE EDITOR. Cortez. FORESTRY

.. Terry Rilv I

was a time when the word area's well being. If you have any doubt iwMM IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm Forester!

swamp, to most people, meant a place to about this, ask the Tampa Bay area,

get lost in, or dodge alligators, or fight where the threat of water shortage is

mosquitoes. But since the term slowing down the entire economy. UOhl'ITAL SEU"ICECIUTlClzt:1: > Last week I wrote of the possible designs. Now you are
ready to go out and look at the
"ecology" has become a household word, need to utilize existing trees property closely to see whatyou've
realize that That is why the Santa Fe Swamp is To the Editor and the People the light over the room door and shrubs in the constructionand
we now even a dismal I got out there. This is
destined to play an important part in of Bradford and Surrounding was on. This is one of many landscaping of new
the time to decide just what
swamp plays an important part in our future land use planning of Bradford Counties: times it has happened. I buildings. This week I will list trees you want to save for the

future wellbeing.A County, as well as Alachua, which now ) some of the steps that shouldbe yard. It is important to select
This letter Is for the benefitof The nurses are so well ,qi .... taken to insure the new
trees that and
for its water are healthy
Florida
the aquifer
trained that leave
taps the and future they apatient's landowner that his trees will
holds water, becoming, in patients with form. Don't be
swamp good too
and the aquifer is partly medication on ..
sitting be
supply, .
patients of the Bradford protected properly during
,
fact reservoir the hasty to save the oldest tree
a huge recharging table the if the .
recharged by the Santa Fe Swamp.The County Hospital. I would like a in room construction.
because it be too old
may ;
underground water supply, and making the public to know what is patients are out. All this '

water available for plants and animals swamp is already on the state list going on behind the closed service is costing the patient a ,.,: : "Where do I begin" asks a you already may starting spot a to tree decay.with Or a

during periods of drought.No doors. mere $41.00 a day. ,tj: typical new landowner. Well,
i of "endangered lands, eligible to be ,: the very first thing to do is unique shape that appeals to

purchased under a bond program for the On the 25th day of Augustmy I'm not complaining about \ '. .y \ decide how large the building you. Now that the trees are
one ever gave much thought to the public benefit. But at present it has a mother was admitted to all the nurses, but the bad ... must be to suit your needs. selected, you may need to

Santa Fe Swamp in south Bradford low priority, and the funds might run the Bradford County Hospitalfor ones do outweigh the good _:....._: Knowing the square footage, slightly redesign to allow your for them.building

for occasional of tests and probable ones. you can come up with some
County, except reports out before the State gets around to K. B. PLATTDuPont

panthers heard howling there in the purchasing the Santa Fe property unless room surgery.at the SI e end was of put the in hall.a I feel that the people of this The next logical step is to
barriers to protect
night and one individual even had a planat behind it and and surrounding Counties put up your
; someone gets pushes. The air conditioning was not Pro Plattt trees from damage. A barrier
one time to drain the swamp in orderto working properly. The tem- should be aware of what is ]motes should extend out to the drip

work it for timber. Fortunately, that Plans are now being made to interestthe perature of the room was happening in this hospital. line of a tree to protect the

plan was never realized. Bradford and Alachua County never below 80 degrees.madeto Would family you want to have a member a heart of To Fla. PlanKenneth Manager sensitive feeder roots from
Several attempts were your
These barriers
in compaction.
Commissions a joint effort to advancethe attack before a nurse decided
correct this matter Not
will also the trunk
Now the swamp is being recognized as Santa Fe Swamp on the State's only by my family but by the that her coffee break wasn't B. Platt, who Mr. Platt,who is of Austrian from harmful protect scrapes from
of the water priority list of endangered lands. The other patient's family. There over yet or would you like for
an important part supply began his DuPont career 19 decent, grew up in Englandand heavy equipment. A good
system in this area of Florida, and rapid development now coming to this was very little done to correct your mother to suffer from the years ago, as Research and received his Mining barrier also discourages

water, if you've never thought about it, area of Florida makes such action a the problem heat when there after were having vacant surgery bedsin Development Supervisor at Engineer's degree from the people from piling sand or
the Florida Trail Ridge and Camborn School of Mines in tons of bricks around the tree
is the most vital element to must. out of much cooler rooms?
perhaps an My mother came been Before
Highland plants, has Cornwall, England. cutting the water and oxygen
surgery on the following to Plant DuPont he worked as a
promoted Manager. joining supplies and roots desperately
Friday. All this time she spent I only hope and pray that
He will succeed G.B. Howell metalurgist with South need.
suffering from the heat. After someone will investigate these who is being transferred to the American Mining in Bolivia
VitalThe
Are
Visitors matters and correct them
I surgery she lay in her her hair bed before its too late. You don'tneed Edgemoore pigments plant in and Peru, and Kennicott If you are going to alter the
perspiring until Wilmington, Del., where he Copper in Chile. level of the land special care
to take word on this
smelled and
and her clothing my
will be assistant be taken around
manager. He and wife Joan, make must
pillow were wet. During the matter. Just ask any family ofa ,
afternoon shift friends and former patient what they their home on N.W. 27th Drivein valuable trees. When loweringthe
another 350,000 Floridians are indirectly my After two years at Florida, elevation, the tree should
Gainesville. The
economy of South and Central I had to change my mother'sbed think of the service of couple
dependent tourism. Anything tthat Bradford County Hospital. as Research & Development have one son, Christopher, be left on a mound with a
Florida is hurting for several reasons-- upon not once but several Supervisor, Mr. Platt was gradual decrease in elevationas
slows the flow of tourists, ultimately times. mother could standit who is attending the
one of them being that "this is the year My transferred to Edgemoore and of Florida and you move away from the
Todd
Mrs. David University a
the tourists didn't come." slows the economy of the entire state. no longer. On Sunday my at P.O. Box 34 subsequently to Antioch, daughter, Elizabeth, who tree. you must not sever the
father called Mr. Canova
Raiford, Fla. Calif, in 1966, where he held works in Delaware. major lateral roots. When
For this reason, the "Visitors are "Everyone in Florida should be aware his home. He immediatelycame the position of Production adding fill, a well may be
down to the hospitalwith Supervisor. He returned to Mr Howell came to the added about the tree's trunk to
Vital/Share the Sunshine" campaignjust that being friendly to visitors means
the maintenance man Florida in 1969 as Plant Florida plants in 1971, tran- keep some roots near the soil
launched by the Florida Depart- more than just being polite. It is being who removed the filter which Dear Editor: Engineer, being responsiblefor sferring from the pigments surface. A tile and stone drain

ment of Commerce, stressing the smart economically. The $250 billion was corroded with dust He let the maintenance departments plant at Antioch, Calif. He and field may prove necessary
will not
economic benefits of tourism to our contributed to Florida by visitors last assured us that this would My sit conscience this election Soon he was made his wife, Dorothy, resided at here as well as to insure

state, is most timely. year helped to materially reduce the tax Canova correct stood the r.roblem.. Mr.and without me telling through other people in Production.in this Superintendent capacity until, Orange in Florida.Park Mr.during Howell their stay has continued tree vigorLet's .

burden on Florida residents.So never offered an apology for this district about E. It."Dick" serving
his present promotion.Reynolds been with the company for 22 take sidewalks and
Last year (before the slump), more the situation or even asked if Mills, Jr who is a years. driveways into account. When

than 25 million visitors traveled in the slowdown in tourism experienced the patients would like to be candidate for Judge of First you are just starting to build,

Florida, spending more than $5 billion, this year, due to inflation and requested moved. We that they had be already moved Group District One.Court of Appeal, don't forget to plan the exact
location of these
and contributing more than $250 millionin the crisis is not just Alumii two paths.
energy a problemfor and we were Ignored. We Here in Ocala Judge Mills is l mini Scrap Keep the trees a good distance
state taxes. South and Central Florida- is a knew that there were several Marion County Circuit Court away so the root system

problem for Therefore, it is empty beds in cooler rooms. doesn't crack the
everyone. Judge and has become knownas Pickup Set Sept. :10,17,24the eventually

The FDC notes that growth in the the job of everyone to see that tourist The next day when I visited the "innovative judge." concrete. If proper spacing is ..

travel industry relates directly to travel resumes its normal flow in Floridaas my mother there was a sign on When he opens his term of considered, the tree will not

growth in other industries, and an in- soon as possible.The the door that read "Only 2 Court, he invites a minister to The Starke area mobile aluminum scrap," Hayden suffer from root compaction
All heads said. This is especially Importantwith
say a prayer. are aluminum recycling unit has
crease in tourist trade means a propor- visitors allowed in room at onetime
bowed. the leads pine trees.
Then judge four scheduled at
tionate increase in hotel and motel con- FDC campaign will set the stage, had Only that one said other this.door everyone Ina pledge of Bradford stops Square, Highway Families can redeem the

struction and the opening of new restau- but it is up to the citizens of Florida to a sign confronted the nurse My'fattier allegiance to the flag. 301, during September. The cans themselves, or donate schoolor Now that the house is up, the
them to
neighborhood
rants and other service facilities. When follow through with the "Visitors AreVital" about this matter She area brought in 96,117 all- a new homeowner can seal up
What better than a organization sponsoring an old wounds on his trees with
place aluminum cans last month,
the flow of tourists slows down these visitors claimed Mr. Canova had
theme, welcoming our aluminum can drive.
faith tree sealer to
Courtroom to assert our for which Reynolds Metals Co. paint prevent
vital industries also slow down. and treating them in a manner that will decided the visitors that would cutting cut down down on on in God and our love for paid out $626.85.Reynolds With the 1974-73 school year moisture intrusion thus

make them want to return, again and Country! I see the procedureas cutting down on further
the heat
The travel industry employs 350,000 in the room. Due to just beginning, many public
recognition of the basic pays 15 cents per decay. With proper care you
again. the heat of the bodies of the and private schools will find
workers within the state, and the jobs of principles upon which our pound for all-aluminum cans will have many years of shade I
visitors? (Note) I visited my collecting all-aluminum cans
mother today with only one nation, and certainly our on Tuesdays, Sept. 10, 17 & 24 for recycling a good ecological and pleasure from your yard :
other and courts and our laws, were from 9:30: a.m. till 11 a.m. at trees. I
visitor in the room venture
\pRib4 BRADFORD the temp was still 80 degrees. founded.I Bradford Square.
cot Does this make ? Should '
sense Barbecue PlannedFor
would not fear finding true
.Q ii"SINCE1879- mother be of Area residents to
my deprived are urges
justice in this man's court-
visiting with her family and separate all-aluminum cans George Grosse
pt room, and feel that I should
friends because of the and other household
share this With readers
hospital's neglect? before the ,election your next aluminum scrap from their In Lake ButlerUnion
refuse, said Paul Hayden,
c i i This afternoon mother Tuesday. ,
my .
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BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER L ," Reynolds regional recycling
she
T10N rang for a nurse because "It doesn't take
manager. friends of
Publishers County
needed something .for pain. Thank you very much. long fora household to ac- Arrows wero hot into theIr
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fla under Act She timed it on her watch this cumulate all-aluminum State Representative George
South American Indium
free by -
Grosse sponsoring a
of March 3, 1S79. time and it was exactly 25 -Nita Mann, (!Mrs. Richard. beverage cans, and at the chicken are barbecue at Lakeside during an 'e lip... to

Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3.60 six months ,minutes before anyone came. c-> redeemable rate of 15 cents Park in Lake Butler Saturday, frighten the sun into shining

Outside trade area: >7 per year: MOO. six months. and then it 'was an blamedon aide P. O. Box 1654 per pound It's quite wor- Sept. 7, from 4 to 8 p.m. The again. (It always seemed to

Phix; "964-6305 Starke, Ra delivering the faulty ice.'It equipment was but Ocala, Fla.. thwhile for a family to save public Is invited to attend. work, tool)



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LEGALS Williams SENIOR CITIZENSAgain -Joe Kerrigan
11 Thank you, Rotarians
NOTICE of SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF scurrilous articles in necessary changes for the Citizens of all Florida of the A Holy Solemnized Mass

NOTICE is hereby given that THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- newspapers magazines, and betterment of the elderly well 14 bills under study is the was said by the Rev. Creganof
pursuant to Final Judgment of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Explains plain malicious talk is makingthe into the 21st Century. Kennedy Bill Sente-3 and-or St. Edward's Catholic
Foreclosure entered on August action to enforce a lien on the BRADFORD COUNTY CASE round that our Social President Ford, in his the Griffiths-Gorman Bill Church and one moment's

23 1974 In the case of FAR- following property in Bradford NO. 74-216 6No' Security System is unsound. maiden speech to the House Rule 22. silent prayer was offered by
MERS AND DEALERS BANK, a County, Florida: VotersDist. This malevolent propa- Congress issued a call to the Now is the time to get busy the members of the Bradford

,corporation, vs. DONEL Lots 3 through 10, Lots29, 31 IN RE: The Marriage of 25 State Represen- ganda should be ignored. Congress to work hard and writing to your Congressmenand County Senior Citizens Club
,
STOKES, as Executor of the 33, and 34, Lots 39 through 49, RONALD D, CRAWFORD, tative Frank Williams From official courses the produce a comprehensivehealth Senators expressing your for the repose of the soul of my
Estate of Horace E. Stokes, Jr., and Lots 56 through 60, all in Petitioner, and DOROTHY RITA defended his "no" voting Social Security Administration security act before the thoughts on ComprehensiveHealth beloved wife, Dorothy. May
Deceased; DORIS A. STOKES, Section 11, Township 5 South CRAWFORD, Respondent. record in the House of states that even with a Labor Day recess. At this time Security Legislation she rest in peace.
a widow; MARTHA ANN Range 22 East of WOODLAWN Representatives at the Starke lowering birth rate and In- that is not possible, but surely which is a very crucial issue New members of our club

STOKES PITTMAN; LARRY according to plat or map thereof NOTICE OF SUIT Rotary Club last week, saying creasing longevity of the the Congress can introduceand these days. are Mrs Catherine Smith and

ELARD STOKES, a minor; recorded in Plat Book 1, Page that most of his negative votes elderly will not cause any pass this vital legislation Joe Kerrigan was chosen by Mrs. Betty Watkins It was
PEGGY SUE STOKES, a minor; 17, (formerly Plat Book 1, Page To:Dorothy Rita Crawfordco were done in what he con- major impact on Social before the end of this year. our membership to be the good to see Malcolm Emerson
and RITA STOKES as the 1)) public records of Bradford Jackie Gagnon sidered to be the interest of Security funds. The preference of the Senior Citizen guest of Rev. again Keep coming!
surviving natural guardian of County, Florida, AND the West 41 Brook Street the taxpayers. Long range planning by the National Council of Senior James Cregan at the Rotary The Senior Citizens Club

Larry Elard Stokes, a minor, and Half of the Northeast Quarter of Lawrence Massachusetts Describing himself as a SSA assures us that corrective Citizens American Associa- Club luncheon on August 28. will meet at 1 p.m., September
Peggy Sue Stokes, a minor, the Southeast Quarter (W 1/2 of NE 08144 "fiscal conservative" measures will be made from tion of Retired Persons and Joe has been invited to be the 10, at the Pratt Street

same being Case No. 7427 in 1/4 of SE 1/4)/ ), in Section 11, Williams admitted voting no time to time to make the the Congress of Senior guest speaker on September Recreation Center
YOU
the Circuit Court of Bradford Township 5 South, Range 22 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat on most of the so-called en-
County. Florida, I will sell the East AND the West Half (W an action for dissolution of vironmental bills, indicating

property situated in Bradford 1 12)/ ) of Lots 8 and 9, and the marriage has been filed againstyou he thought the fssue was being Keep
County. Florida, described as North Half (N 1/2)) of lots 23 and you are required to overstressed. "It's getting to
follows towit.Commence : and 24, all in Section 12, serve a copy of your written the point where the people LEE DRAWDY
defenses if to it on
Township 5 South, Range 22 any can't afford so much
at the Northwest East of WOODLAWN accordingto RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney protection" he said. '
Corner of the Northeast Quarter map or plat thereof recordedin for Petitioner, whose address i is One thing Williams did vote ._ working for you

i NE 1 14)) of Section 3, Township Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box for, he said, was the financial

/ South, Range 19 East, and run Rat Book 1, Page 1)) public 995, Starke, Florida, 32091 and disclosure bill, which he
file the original with the Clerk of
South 1 degree 29 minutes East, records of Bradford County described as a "watereddown"
the above-styled Court on or Integrity and experience in local government
136 feet to the of
Southerly right Florida, AND Lots 27, 28 and 56 measure which
jvay of State Road Number 18 all in Section 13, Township 5 before September 23, 1974, requires the office holder to
anti the point of beginning; South, Range 22 East of otherwise a judgment may be disclose only the sources of his Proven leadership in Clay County affairs

thence South 1 degree 29 WOODLAWN, according to entered against you for the relief income, and not the dollar

niinutes East 625 feet, thence map or plat thereof recorded In demanded WITNESS in the Petition. figures. "Any office holder ?!A Planned and orderly growth of Clay County
hand and the
South 89 degrees 05 minutes Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly my who refuses to comply with
seal of said
fuist 400 feet, thence North 1 Plat Book 1, Page 1)) public day of August Court 1974.GILBERTS.on. the 18th that weak law shouldn't be Adequate facilities and services for the citizens of Clay County
,degree 29 minutes West 248.7 records of Bradford County, holding office in the first
*feet to the southerly right of Florida AND Lot 39 in Section place" Williams said. lie ',
BROWNAS ......y Fiscal responsibility in levying and spending your tax dollars
Nay line of State Road Number 14, Township 5 South Range 22 CLERK OF SAID COURTBy noted that he had made publichis
18 thence North 46 degrees 58 East of WOODLAWN according income tax return, as wellas
: Beulah M. Moody p Respect for individual views and responsive to needs
West said of your
'" mutes along right to map or plat thereof the sources of his income.

Nay 561 feet to the point of recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17 8/22/ 4t 912ToLouis Deputy Clerk Williams said he fought
IxHjinning. All being and lying in ((formerly Plat Book 1, Page 1)) hard for a mandatory millage

Section 3, Township 7 South, public records of Bradford rollback in the legislature, but '.
Mange 19 East Bradford County, Florida; SUBJECT : Hugh Shockley failed in his efforts to get it Clay County CommissionerDistrict
( aunty Florida. HOWEVER, to public roads 3259 Branard Street approved.He : :i-:: : 1IiIIIIIIII.
utility easements and that Houston Texas said he was proud of his
'ii public sale to the highest and certain easement for ingress and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat perfect attendance at House
ijest bidder for cash at the Front egress recorded in Official an action for dissolution of sessions and his 99.89 percent 2 Democrat
()oar of the Bradford County Record Book 119 Pages 52-55, marriage has been filed againstyou voting record on all (House (Pd Pol Adv )

Courthouse, Starke, Florida, public records of Bradford LOUIS HUGH SHOCKLEYand legislation.
ix'iween the legal hours of sale County, Florida. you are required to serve a
""I 11 00 o'clock a.m. and 2.00 copy of your written defenses, if

,,> dock p.m. on the 12th day of AND any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney -

September, 1974. whose name and ad-
GILBERT BROWN Begin at the intersection of dress is GEORGE H. PIERCE

CLERK CIRCUIT COURT the easterly right of way line of Esq., P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke,
By Beulah M. Moody Seaboard Coast Une Railroad Florida, 32091 and file the EveryDayLowPrice] FOOD EveryDayLowPriceI

Deputy Clerk and the Northerly right of way original with the clerk of the I

1 M t 119 SIN line of Lawtey and Middleburg above styled court on or before BEEF NIBLETS
Road and run Easterly along said September 23, 1974, otherwise ajudgt'ment

Northerly right of way line 179 may be entered FAIRSUPERMARKETS 120 VACUUM PACKED
feet, thence run North and against you for the relief SIRLOIKSTEAKS CORN
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WHOLE KERNELGREEN
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL parallel with aforesaid Easterly demanded in the complaint of -.oR--- ,
right of way line a distance of petition.
CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY.IN 100 feet, thence run Westerlyand WITNESS my hand and the GIANT
parallel with aforesaid seal of said Court on August 20, STARKE'S
Northerly right of way line 179 1974. 170z GOLDEN
PROBATE CASE No. 320 SOUTH CORN
feet, thence run South along GILBERT BROWNAs
WALNUT ST.
Easterly right of way line a Clerk of said Court
In IL The Estate of CLARA
distance of 100 feet to point of By Beulah M.'Moody $ Iv1.Y1N, -Ow PbL 110000IININ
BELL .
RIDDELL deceased. beginning also being the As Deputy Clerk 0u out. no w1eN nrr..0.n.',I.sus,. QUo.Tln GOOD
Westerly 179 feet of Lot 7, Town R/294t 919NOTICE "alse veo 3CREAM/STYLE79c
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
of Lawtey East of Railroad, N I LB"D. N1 an tlntti U acceptU.S.D.I.
creditors of the estate of
according to map or plat thereofin FOOD SUMP
OF APPLICATIONFOR
CLARA !SELL
RiDDELL.ttceasud. ,
( are hereby notified Plat Book 1, Page 6, all m TAX DEED ___,4 COUPONSEvcryDiylowPricc'
Section 23, Township.5 South, -
and required to file any claims or '
demands;> .yvhiph ,they, may have Range 22 East. NOTICE IS'' HEREBY GIVEN;
said estate-in the. office that Donald Wade the holder of : : I -
ogdiiibt "ha beer fletl'8gairfSt"you and Every DayLowPrice I DayLowPrkcASSORTED : : ) p F j .
i 'iLftt1
of the Circuit Judge of Bradford the following certificates has
you are required to Serve A copy filed said certificates for
County, Florida, in the Courthouse a tax BEEF BLADE :.
at Starke, Florida, within of your written defenses, if any deed to be issued thereon. The
four 14)) calendar months from to it on EUGENE F. SHAW.Plaintiff's certificate numbers and years of CHUCKROAST Pork LoinCHOPS .1
whose : I
Attorney
the dale of the first publication issuance the description of the i-1r
address is Post Office Box 1086
of this Notice. Each claim or property and the names in
Starke, Florida, 32091 on or
demand must be in writing and which it was assessed are as
before September 23, 1974, and
must state the place of residence follows: ri1
file the original with the Clerk of
,
.IIK) postoffice address of the
i liiimant and must be sworn to this Court either before serviceon Certificate No. 117. Year of
;
Plaintiff's immediately ::; ;
attorney or -
1971.Description ;
by the claimant, his agent, or his thereafter otherwisea Issuance : o
attorney, or it will become void ; of Property: Com. _
according to law. default will be entered againstyou at SE Cor of NE 1/4 and Run W

July 31. 1974.Lawrence. for the relief demanded In 623.5', Nwly. 166.5' for POB. Ely
yLowPrke EveryDeylowRke] DayLowPrkc Every DjylowPrke lIoIIusBuy BoausBuyL0000
the complaint.
103', Nly 1267'My.\ 110', Sly PROS? ...
WITNESS hand and the GREENDELl NEW CROP RID "A.a'PN"
ONIlIf Blir
CHUCK
W. Batten, Jr. my 1100', Sely 103', to POB ex. CH IPPED BONELESS
seal of this Court on this 19th CHUCK POTROAST Cubed Be fPATTIES DELICIOUS CALIFORNIA
Parcel desc in OR 78-141
Administrator of the Estate of beingthe STEAKS BEES
Clara Bell Riddell, deceased day of August 1974.GILBERTS.. Westerly 55', See 24, Twp MEATS +" .OO".D...llee APPLES ORANGES

8154t95 BROWN 8 S.Name, R-22.in which assessed: .eN.Ni1 PEG 901 45 ;t 9 9 11 t 1.99 2 pile;: $1:15: LI 4 uG 69C ,I"L.0lonusIuy 79'Every

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Clifford Warden

NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe COURTIN All of said property being in
it known that I, DorothyW AND FOR BRADFORD the County of Bradford, State of Ionusau.,
Glisson Secretary of Stateof COUNTY Florida. S3 IRISH
KING SIZI
the State of Florida, do hereby By: Beulah M. Moody Unless such certificate or GREEN FRESH

give notice that a GENERAL Deputy ClerkS certificates shall be redeemed BREADCOMPARE Fu'L' 1 CABBAGE CELERY
ELECTION will be held in /22 4t 9/12
law the
according to property
Bradford County, State of 9 : lacL.
described In such certificate or C lACK
Florida,
on Tuesday next
certificates will be sold to the :
.... .. ..., ,
iiici.eeding the first Monday in 0." ''' '"
November. A. D 1974, the said IN THE CIRCUIT COURT house highest door bidder the at 30th the court of DAY....C.LO'.. ;c [COMPARE H: :.'0". U'o COMPARE "PC 10' .fa..

Tuesday ,;, FIFTH of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF on day .. :."P""ON r.mw ouim AU VA., ...",
being e day
\ September 1974. Smoked Picnics' 0TI 000I0i 59c '10, I Smoked Ham /o; '63C: 10' Dinners ......."" D..Yf 99c 10,
NOVEMBER, to fill the following FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Dated this 23 day of August, ;; :::: : ::: ... J :.:;
offices BRADFORD COUNTY.IN == '' 99c 10, 30,
PROBATEIN 1974. Beef Patties i Sliced Bacon :: ::: i Cooked .

United States Senator RE Gilbert By: S.Beulah Brown M. Moody Clerk : Meat Loaf Mix%Ieot1: : ::-. 79c 10, i Cornish Hens *If QUICK f 1 1 0*.A.AVO.f NO S:" : 69c 10, j Skinless :::: t4,
: Estate of JAMES E, Fillets'P
Representative in Congress Clerk of Circuit Courtof Polish Sausage "' 99c 20. I Ma" ".. 10, i Sliced 14.
for the 2 Congressional District HUDDLESTON, Deceased. Bradford County, Fla. := I Roll Sausage I IL 59c

Governor Gt jernor and Lieutenant NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo 9/5 4t 926IN Pork Shldr Roast IDITON..I... 19 'to, i Cheese Slices HNTRV 01 WIAFMO MO MID' M g4fII ftMM01I Wv 10, !I Perch I 10,


Attorney Secretary General of State having all creditors claims and or all demands persons THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Baking Hens .:':{o CKPGOllNLL" 49c 10' American Cheese SKST? 99c sos i i Fried Fish Sticks sssr: T9 JO,

Comptroller against said estate. FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
State Treasurer You, and each of you, are CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
Commissioner of Education hereby notified and required to BRADFORD COUNTY, EveryDayLowPriceDel EveryDayLowPriceVITA EveryDayLowPrice f EveryDayLowPriceLITTLE

Commissioner of Agriculture present any claims and demands FLORIDA. FRISKIESGAT 10OS PURE FLORIDA
Two (121) Commissioners, Florida which you, or either of you, may Monte
Public Service Commission have against the estate of JamesE. IN PROBATEIn CUT GREEN FOOD e
State Senators for the Huddleston, deceased, to the TUNA 4 MIOMIV BUFMT ON r
CRUNCH COUNT Mil 5IVL6 UUPUt
following Senatorial District: 6 Judge of the said Court, in the Re: ESTATE OF NOAH BEANS
Member of the State House of Courthouse at Starke, Bradford JEFFERSON DAVIS, deceased. CUKALAlSItt DOG FOOD _
Representatives for the County, Florida, within four or FRENCH STYLE ALMOMD KIOULX* DAT! IS *. MEAT EGft.CHICKEN FROZEN CANS
following: months from the date of the first NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll UVFN OM LIVtn A WACOM OINNINS

House District, 25. publication of this notice. creditors of the estate of
Board of County Com- Each claim or demand must NOAH JEFFERSON DAVIS, 3/79 iW 6/l i 6/99

missioners, Districts 2, 4. be in writing and must state the deceased, are hereby notified _ _ _
Members of the School place of residence and post- and required to file any claims or .
Board, Districts 1, 2, 5. office address of the claimantand demands which they may have COMPARE O :,.. :' ':COMPARE; Oil 04*,10M : COMPARE. ; O UGIUPI. jail.'
I.C' I.'" '
In Testimony Whereof I have must be sworn to by the against said estate in the officeof

hereunto set my hand and affixed claimant, his agent, or his at the Circuit Judge of Bradford Vanilla Extract "sssr 69c 10. I Pantry Pride Wipes 101 49c69c 10. I Freezer Paper 'A, ':MIDI 65c: 4<
the Great Seal of the Stateof torney, or it will become void
County, Florida, in the courthouse -
Florida, at Tallahassee, the according to law. at Starke, Florida, within Sugar Substitute Mr.r": 69c 41 i Pantry Pride Cups tofsr: ;. t, i Wax Paper aow; :: 29c 4<

Capital this the Nineteenth Day Each creditor shall deliver four ((4)) calendar months from I. Pride ".w: 79c 4< Sandwich Bags PNNN;:'c PNIII' 29c 14.
of August A. D., 1974. sufficient copies Of his claim to the date of the first publicationof Frosting Mixes M1sr.T"2/89e' : / ; Pantry Cups ;

enable the Court to mail one to this notice. Each claim "' s. I eo -'" 65c: Ml Sandwich 49c I.
each or Toaster Pastries PANIa:: : 39c Pantry Pride Cups ;:. .. I Bags "M:":01 :
DOROTHY W. GLISSON personal representative.Dated demand must be in writing and
SECRETARY OF STATE A. D. 1974. must state the place of residence Fyne Bake Shortening "::r'1' 20. i Foam Cups '"-':'" 59c 10. i Lighter FluidWilkinson C: :'-' ':.I 28c: ItJ

8224t9'12' June H. ThomasAs and claimant postoffice and must address be sworn of the to Waffle Syrup ";:oTI';,: 69c 10. 19" White Plates lAC.':.'.:"" 69c 10. I Blades "A,.:"" 39 .

THE IN THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIR-OF Estate of James Administratrix E, Huddleston of the attorney by the claimant or it will, his become agent or void his Instant Breakfast """.'.'."" 59c tOI 19" White Platessr.r' 99c: 101 I Listerine 1101 '1S 14,

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Deceased according to law. Instant Breakfast c"7'.r: : 79 101 9" Design Plates "T;:.:r. 49c 4< Hair Spray a1PINPN"NO, : I3A1: 79c 40.
8'224t9/12
NO.BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE August 28, 1974.WALTER Corn Flakes "":;:". '' 3/l/ 2. I Aluminum Foil ",.':a?:" 4/l/ 39, Norwich Aspirin .N' 29c ,10.

NOTICE ALBERT DAVISL "" "." 45c 4. 1, Dial Deodorant VIKV DHV
JAMES HAROLD EUNICE ANDJ. A. DAVISCoAdministrators Corn Flakes I Quick Grits "U.7fxrEveryDvylowFnc 25c UMICIHTIO CINTIO* 2/M/ _

S. EUNICE, JR., Plaintiffs, The School Board of Bradford of the --- ---- --
vs. ALBERT EDWARD LANE, County is requesting bids on Estate of NOAH JEFFERSON EvcryDaytowFric* I" k -

Defendant. the 'swill from the School DAVIS, deceased GOLD MEDAL I KRAFT SS .A"R." "" .
tl
Cafeteria's. Swill is to be pickedup 9/5 2t 9/12 I It FLOUR I AMCEL fHf5M FOOD) S3 FRENCH PIZZA
NOTICE OF
ACTION I
daily. Bids are to be openedat
7.00 P.M. at the PLAIN aN COUP NI' iait tAO| BAH CAKE BREADl'agt'IK
ToSP4 Albert regular NEED TO MAKE SOME WITH TMit COU OM aooo..ONLV. AT J ,
: Edward Lane It "
School Board >TO TIMU 7 c
meeting onSepternber I.MTIIT*HIOI O" 49 7
263 86 2381 4, 1974. It 9/5 LABELS? Buy a Bymo Label % .FT.H I... ......- I COUPON /
ABTRY 1/81 Fa maker from us at The Office: ISS ---------- ----,

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I Proposed 1974- '75 County Budget I. ..,. .).. LAWTEYby -I

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THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 445435.55 Sent to State Board of Health under Chapter "

COUNTY WILL MEET ON SEPTEMBER 12th AT 9:00: A.M. FOR 154.02 Florida Statutes . . . .. . . 35,242.26 Elizabeth Terry
THE PURPOSE OF HEARING AND REQUESTS AND COMPLAINTS (Millage Levied Last Year 1.044. Estimated This Year.58464)) aluminumcans

REGARDING| THE 1974-75 BUDGET. AND FROM DAY TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 35,242.28 CHURCH ACTIVITIES newspapers and to
TO DAY THEREAFTER IF IT IS DEEMED NECESSARY. RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: Church of God Sunday only. They will be glad the
have them to
brought
School 10 a.m. Worship Services -
GILBERT BROWN ROAD & BRIDGEMAINTENANCE SHERIFF COUNTY Not*to Exceed 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE church or parsonage? .
10 of Total Budget Miss Doris Taylor and John
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT and Prayer Meeting Saturday
FUND Other 7:30: p.m. Lock, of Hanover, Ind. spent
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD Faith Baptist Church August 13 to Aug. 22 with his
GENERAL FUND ESTIMATED EXPENSES BRADFORD COUNTYFor 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Radio Program over WPXE 8 parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Paul

ESTIMATED EXPENSES GENERAL FUND The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1975 TOTAL BUDGET(Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 Lock and family. On August 20

.BRADFORD Form CF-415)) . . . . . . . . 36242.26 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. there were 30 guests (uncles
COUNTY 160732.80 aunts cousins and friends) all
School Bible
and 7:30: on
For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 Other Personal Services 3000.00 Doctrine p.m.Tuesday 8 p.m. at from Hanover Ind.,who had a

TAXES 3.1007 Mills on assossed evaluation Matching 18,787.18Gas BUILDING RESERVE FUND Pastor's Home. Prayer pitchindinner.Mrs. .
Fred Moore spent
$112.829,14 349857.43 Oil, 16000.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Monday with Mrs. Jimmy
State Grant to Library 2.297.00City Materials for Upkeep of Roads and Bridges 22465.32 BRADFORD COUNTYFor Bible Study. Moore and children of Orange
Grant to Library and 1700.00 Grace United Methodist -
5,040.00 Miscellaneous Supplies Expenses
The Fiscal Year Park.
Ending September 30 1975
Federal Reimbursementto Civil Defense 11020.00 Small Toole (under 25.00)) . . . . . . 1000.00 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Sympathy of the community

Federal Revenue Agents Sharing License ..155.260.00Insurance 442.00 Road Tax Due Municipalities 8,103.14Insurance Racing Monies . . . . . . . . 223.250.00TOTAL Sermon Morning Topic Service for 11 Sept.a.m.8, is extended to the family and
Fleet Workmen Comp.and Health 19,267.20 service relatives of William Morgan
Motor Boat Registration ;. 640.00Mobile "Holy Unction. Night
Maintenance of County Barn .'1,000.00Equipment who passed away on Wed-
Book of
Home License ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 7:30.: Bible Study on
Alcoholic Beverage 510.00 LESS 5 K Hebrews. Wednesday night nesday. Our love and prayersare

Mosquito Control State I 15000.00 Maintenance of Equip., Tires Repair Parts etc. . 28000.00 95 % OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS Choir Practice 7 p.m. United with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman
Mosquito Control State II R/W and Paving 4.650.00Maintenance Methodist Fellowship 7:30.:
2750.00 TO BE
BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD (CASH)
: and sons, and Mrs. Darlene
Contractor's Registration . . . . . . 100.00 of Secondary Roads(Contract) 75000.00 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) The ladies of the church will Norman and sons spent the
State Revenue Sharing 109,170.98 Employment Grant ... 10300.00 1980 TRANSFERS meet at the Church on weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Taxes Refunded for Additional 5000.00 Tuesday. A group of the

Homestead Exemption . . . . . . 10920.76 TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS 445,005.64RESERVE TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 223250.00 church people will go to Roy there Griffis they went of Seville.visiting.While
Gainesville for District Rallyon
Occupational License 8,515.16Tax FOR CONTINGENCIES: 429.91 Miss Linda Denman, of
Redemption 725.95 COUNTY Not to Exceed BUILDING RESERVE FUND Sept 7.Highland. Starke, spent two weeks with
Clerk Circuit Court Receipts . . . . . 31,936.56City Baptist Sunday her uncle and Mr.and
SHERIFF 10 S of Total aunt
Budget ESTIMATED School 9:45: a.m. Morning
Grant to Mosquito Control 5,000.00 EXPENSES BRADFORD COUNTYFor
Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family.
City Reimbursement to Civil Defense 2,500.00Rent Other The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 service 11 a.m.Choir Practice E.W. of
1680.00 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD 6:30.: Evening Service 7:30: Mrs. Williams
Wellborn who is at
Zoning ReceiptsA 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Transfer Sinking Reserve Fund . . . . 63956.25 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Strickland's, camping Landing.

Unincorporated 10000.00 TOTAL BUDGET(Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting Transfer Fine and Forfeiture Fund .. . . 42028.06 nesday 7:30: p.m. Kingsley Lake spent Friday
B Incorporated 6,732.60Motor Form CF-415)) .....................445.435.56FINE .NorthsUe Baptist Church -
Vehicle InspectionA Transfer Road and Bridge Fund . .. . . 40000.00 Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- with her uncle and aunt Mr.

Unincorporated 15900.00 Transfer Capital Outlay Fund . . . . 77266.69 ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: and Mrs. Hubert Priest.
Mrs. B.F. McCulley and

Miscellaneous B Incorporated RevenueA 12000.00 & FORFEITURE FUND TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 223250.00 p.m.nesday Prayer 7:30 p.m.SCHOOL Meeting. Wed- uncle Ernest and Grider aunt, Mr.of and Starke Mrs.,

Unincorporated 500.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Bradford County RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES spent Sunday with their sons

B Incorporated 500.00 For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 COUNTY Not to Exceed NEWS and daughters-in-law, Mr. and
SHERIFF 10 of Total Budgets Lawtey Elementary began
with 226 Mrs. Arthur Smith, Mr. and
school on August 26
TAXES .85680 Mills on assessed valuation Other Mrs. Paul Smith and Mr. and
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 768858.44 112829.21 96672.07 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD students enrolled. This Mrs. Jimmy Smith, of
LESS 5* . . . .'. . . . . . 38,442.92 represents 19 students less Palatka.
Fines and Bonds LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost)
95 % OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 730,415.52 than last year but several
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH 170585.53 Incorporated . . . . . . . 8400.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting, more students are expectedafter After an extended tour of

151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) Unincorporated 64,140.72Civil Form CF-415)) . . . . . ., . . .223,250.00SINKING Labor Day.Appreciation with Canada her and son-in-law the West Coast and

1980 TRANSFERS Fees is given to the
daughter Mr. and Mrs.
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 901001.05 PTA officers for their Charles Carter and
grandchildren -
RESERVE FUND assistance on opening day.
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 174620.23 Leanne Sheri and
1 Millage Levied Last Year 5.5371 Estimated This Year 3.10077)). LESS 5 % 8,731.01 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Coffee mothers was bringing provided their for John Wyrick Carter, also of

95 OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 165,889.22 BRADFORD COUNTY Tallahassee Mrs. Wyrickcame
children to school and the
GENERAL FUND BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD( CASH 20,178.27 For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 membership drive was begun. to visit her sisters Mrs.

151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) The first PTA meeting will be C.E. Strickland of
ESTIMATED EXPENSES. GENERAL FUND
BRADFORD COUNTYFor 1980 TRANSFERS From Building Reserve . . 42,028.06 Permanent Transfer from Building Reserve Fund . 63.956.25 on September 24 at 7:30: and Gainesville and Miss

The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 228,095.55Millage Interest on Time Deposit 506 and 564 . . . . 3.690.98TOTAL all parents are invited classroomsand to visit Elizabeth. and Terry Mrs. ,O.J.of Lawtey.Mr. BoyetteJr. .
the newly painted
and family visited their
Salary County Commissioners . . . . . 26160.00 ( Levied Last Year 1 1530. Estimated This Year 856.80) ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 67647.23 meet their child's parents Mr. and Mrs. O.J.

Other Personal Services . . . . . . 2000.00 LESS 5 % teacher. Boyette. Sr., in Lake City on
Matching Funds . . . . . . . . .11.277.77Unemplovment FINE & FORFEITURE FUND 951* OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS Saturday. They spent Sunday
Insurance 106 Health Insurance . 9961.12 PERSONALSMr.
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
and . . . . . . 7500.00 ESTIMATED EXPENSES, Bradford CountyFor and Mrs. Henry Hodgesand
Supplies Expenses
Allen
: Time Depo. 506 and 564 . . . . . . 73123.31 went to Miami and family in Valdosta.
Fair Assoc. The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 family
Auth.
Contributions Dev. 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) Dutch and Dan Harley, of
Suwannee Valley . . . . . . . 15500.00 Monday morning Tuesday by Starke, Mrs. Joe Dorko and
Auto Allowance and Travel . . . . . . 4000.00 Witness and Jury Fees 1980 TRANSFERS Busch Gardens camped out Mrs. Mae Wells attended the
Insurance and Bonds . . . . . . . 10000.00 Other Court Costs 36552.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 140,770.54 Tuesday night and then came funeral of her sister Mrs.

Subscriptions . . . . . . . . 2000.00 by Sea World on their way LJnnie Gilchrist in Brunswick -

Advertising . . . . . . . . . 2010.83 home. Ga., on Tuesday.Dr. .
Attorney Fees and Discharges . . . . . 10000.00 Supplement State Attorney 4,312.38 SINKING RESERVE FUND Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and Mrs. W. Ponder of

Communication Cost . . . . . . . 4973.28 Supplement Public Defender 2.215.68Maintenance ESTIMATED EXPENSES SINKING RESERVE FUND and family were Sunday Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace

Maintenance of Equipment ... . . . . . 5000.00 '. :.; Bradford County -- dinner guests of their son-in- Davis of Orlando, and Mr.
& Urban Dev., Land Use Health Planning 7057.50 of County Jail .'. 665.00 law and daughter Mr.and
Housing For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 and Mrs. Mark Olin of Starke,
Equipment . . . . . . . . . 4728.34 Inquest Physicians Fees > 1023.00 Mrs. Randy Hayes of were dinner guests of Mr. and

Land . . . . . .. . . . . . 3,000.00 Retirement of Bonds . . . . . . . 25000.00 Hampton.Mr.. and. Mrs. Robert Lee Mrs. Paul Lock and family on

Salary Sheriff 16.974.00Salary Interest Bonds . . . . . . . August 24.
on .38,881,25Printing visited their parents Mr. and
Salary Clerk . . . . . . . . 18960.00 Deputies and Assistants 92106.00 Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette
Salary Assistants to Clerk . . . . . . 61886.24 Expenses Other than Salaries 50,462.00 of Coupons . . . . . . . .. 75.00 Mrs. G.L. Peterson, of Jr. and family, and Miss

Expenses Other Than Salaries Clerk . . . . 27553.76 3600.00 Dowling Park Sunday af Vickie Hazen of Starke spent
Equipment, Clerk . . . . . ,. . . 1,000.00 Investigations Sheriff 9033.00 APPROPRIATIONS . . . .. . 63956.25 ternoon.Mr the weekend at Mirror Lake
Equipment RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: and Mrs. Robert E. near Interlachen.Mr. .

Retainer Fee Attorney to Board Plats . . . 2425.00 COUNTY Not to Exceed Smith and family of San and Mrs. Burlyn
TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 221943.06 Diego, Calif. son-in-law and
SHERIFF 10 of Total Budget Jackson and 8 children of
Salary Tax Assessor . . . . . . . 19373.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: Other daughter of Mrs. Nellie Hanover Ind., were Wed-
Salary. Assistants to Tax Assessor . . . . 40754.00 COUNTY Not to Exceed 1152.49 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE Wilkinson have moved to nesday overnight guests of
. . 21.615.00'Equipment. . . . Bayless Highway until they
Expenses Other than Salaries Tax Assessor SHERIFF 10 H of Total Budget 5,000.00Other Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock and
CARRIED FORWARD . . . . . . 76814.29
can build on their propertynear
Tax Assessor . . .. . . . 1500.00 family,
151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Claude Rowe. They spent,
CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD of the communityis
Tax Collector . . . . . . . . 80000.00 RESERVE FOR TOTAL BUDGET(Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting last week with their mother Sympathy extended to Mr. and Mrs.
I Fire Departments . . . . . . . . 28,974.32 151 .LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Form CF-415)) . . . . . . . . 140770.54 Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.Mr. Harold Eunice and other
Salary Supervisor Elections . . . . 11040.18 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt relatives of Denver Godwin

Salary Assistant to Supervisor . . . . . 4800.00 Form CF-415)) 228.095.55LAW of Tallahassee returned who passed away on Tuesday,
Auto Allowance, Supervisor of Elections . . . 240.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND with Sunday their afternoon after Mr.a visit and Aug. 27. Our love and prayersare

Election Supplies and Costs .9,000.00Salary LIBRARY FUND ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.parents, with them.

Custodian ((2)) . . . ....... ... '.' ....... 13756.60 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES & RECEIPTS BRADFORD COUNTYFor Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal, of
Materials for Maintenance of Courthousa ...............,.,8,440.00Utilities BRADFORD COUNTYFor The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 Warner Robbins Ga., are the HAMPTONAREA

and Fuel . . . . ',' .....,...,... ..9,7.00 The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 proud parents of a son, Kevin
Materials for Maintenance of County Buildings ..2,811.26 Interest on Time Deposits #631-9 632.7, 633-5 Leonard, born August 19 in

Chamber of Commerce . . . . '.' '.' ....... 6500.00' Filing Fees Ordinance 73-2 (County . . . . 787.50 541 1 and 565 . . . . . .. . . . 17020.39 Houston Robbins. Hospital Maternal, Warner NEWSby
Salary County Service Officer . . . . '.' 3,150.00Auto Permanent TransfeF From Building Reserve grandparents
Officer . . . . 15.00 are Mr. and Mrs.
Allowance County Service RECEIPTS . . . .
TOTAL ESTIMATED . 787.50
Colon Thomas. Paternal Josephine Fontaine
Forestry and Fire Control . . . . . . ..Z'Sll'Xl TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . 17.020.39LESS

Zoning . . . . . . . . . 28790.00 95 LESS* OF%ESTIMATED.RECEIPTS 37.50 5 % . . . . . . . . . . 851.02 Mrs.grandparents Leo Dyal are great Mr.grandmother and-
Motor Vehicle Inspection . . . . . . 21.675.00Civil ; CITY NEWS
.. . . .
S RECEIPTS .
Defense . . . . . . . . 34,740.00Mosquito BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH 95 OF ESTIMATED 16169.37 Mrs. Lomie Mosley. The Hampton City Council
Control . . . . . . . 47750.00 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH Thomas Whaley of meeting was postponed from
Bradford County Hospital . . . . . . 70559.43 1980 TRANSFERS Time Deposit #632-7. 631-9, 633-5. 841, 665 293,828.16 Douglasville Ga., spent last Tuesday evening to Wed

Mental Health. . . . . . . . . 17,473.75 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES . 750.00 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) Sunday with his in-laws, Mrs. nesday evening of this week,
Incomptency Hearings . . . . . . . cnn'nn SSx'SS 1980 TRANSFERS From Building Reserve . . 77265.69 Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy as the Political Rally was on
T. B. Hospitals . . . . . . . . .. 360.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 387.261.22 Boch and Lynn. He is em- Tuesday evening at the
A.S. 4th Qtr75 36400.00 ployed in Atlantic Bank in School.
Ambulance Service 18,000.00 Emerg. LAW LIBRARY FUND Hampton
Pauper Burials . . . . . . . . 2000.00 downtown Jacksonville. They There is no report from the
Medicine and Doctor Visits (Indigents) . . . .;. Z,5CO.OO ESTIMATED EXPENSES. BRADFORD COUNTYFor CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND plan to move to Jacksonvilleas Volunteer Fire Department,

Medicaid Hospital . . . . . . . 18873.44 soon as they can sell their also no report from the Police
Medicaid-Nursing Home . . . . . . 21000.00 The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 ESTIMATED EXPENSES CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND home, in Douglasville. Department.The .

Recreation . . . . . . . . . 14500.00 Bradford CountyFor Mrs. Robert, Lee spent election will be
Library . . . . . . . . . . 30417.00 Maintain Law Library The Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 Tuesday afternoon with her Tuesday. Sept. 10. We urge all
Agricultural and Home Economist . . . . 21980.41 sister. Mrs. Bettle Tresca of. voters to get out and vote.

Future Farmers of America . . . . . . 300.00 TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS Future Construction Chapter 129.02 ((4)) . . . 387261.22 Keystone Heights.
Soil Conservation . . . . . . . . 620.00 Mrs. Manes( Griffis 'and CHURCH NEWS

Historical and BiCentennial . . . . . 10000.00 RESERVE COUNTY FOR Not CONTINGENCIES Exceed : TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 387261.22 children of Palatka spent Rev. Richard Tedder was
with her Mrs.
to Sunday mother at the
guest speaker morning
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . 884405.74 SHERIFF 10 of Total Budget RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy service at the Hampton
COUNTY Not to Exceed
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: Other Boch and Lynn. Christian Church. Mr. and

COUNTY Not To Exceed . . . . . 15995.31 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD SHERIFF 10 of Total Budget Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mrs. Tedder are new members -
SHERIFF 10 <%of Total Budget Clerk . . 600.00 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Other attended the funeral of their of the Church.
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD sister-in-law Mrs. Miriam
Other TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting .
RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD Form CF-415)) 1 .. . . . 750.00 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Kelly Church at New River Baptist FRIENDS NEIGHBORS
151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting on Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Joel Smith of

TOTAL BUDGET(Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting Form CF-415 . . . . .. . .. . 387,261.22This ,. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal, Jacksonville gave a fish fry at
Form CF-415 . . . . . . . . 901.001.05ROAD HEALTH FUND Leonette, and Mrs. Lomie their summer home on Lake
last weekend
Mosley spent
it a true and correct copy of the Budget. adopted by the Geneva. It was a family get-
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS with Mr and Mrs. Greg Dyal together. Guests from
BRADFORD COUNTYFor Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on July 29. and new ,son, of Warner Hampton were Mrs. Grace

The Fiscal 1974. Robbins Ga.. Beal and Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Year Ending September 30 1975
,
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
& BRIDGEMAINTENANCE I Adkins and their family. Alsoan
the last three weeks on a
TAXES .32879 Million assessed spent out-of-state guest was Mrs.
valuation .
of$112.829.21 r ': '
FUND tour up the country. They
O'June Ellis of Georgetown
37,097,12 7
;P1" visited their cousins Mrs.
S. C.
ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
Jessie Lee Soehl and Mr. and
Ted Curtis Jr. entered
BRADFORD COUNTYFor TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ;. .. . . 37097.12 7 Oairfnan Mrs. Dusty Rhodes of Bradford County Hospital last
the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1975 LESS 5 % .. 1854.86 .Atlanta Ga., their cousins Tuesday for a checkup. He

95 *OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .. 35,242.26BALANCES Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Braise! was released Thursday.I .
TAXES .58464 Mille on assessed valuation TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH and family of Fredericksburg now have a telephone. The
4. ..t4/c/ .Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
.65.d4.47: ,
of 112.829,21' number Is' 468-1156. you can
Grant Emergency Employment . . .. . .1. 10.300.00Gas 151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST)' I Cert Circuit Court and Mrs. Steve Judd, at call me with news or send it to

and Motor Fuel Tax .. ... .. .. <. .,.. .. 56460.00 1980 TRANSFERS Ferrun College. Va. They me at P. O. Box 160, Hampton
Pour Over Trust # 215.000.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES .35,242.28 .BJ' 'f4.\I.-\ t' l'LrClL..t.A., ...._ JXC. stopped in Brunswick. Ga.. to or leave it at the Hampton,
see Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes
Reimbursement from City for Temple Avenue ..i. .1.3,500.00 their General Store..
(Millag Levied Lat Year .569. Estimated This Year .32879)) _. on way home.'
gZ.2z.22.: Mr. and Mrs. Charles -----
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS .. . . .. ..351214.47 "' Simmons and family,, of European once grew cat

LESS % . .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . ..,. .17560.72 HEALTH FUND Atlanta 'Ga., spent the nip' or catmint' in herb
95 \ OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ... ,. :, 333.653.75 weekend with their brother-I& garden and used it to season

BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH.. 71781.80 ESTIMATED EXPENSES. HEALTH FUND Among tome primitive! tribe, the 'fat""" of a new baby I law and sister Mr; and Mrs. food. brew herbal tea.. and
INVESTMENTS (COST) Bradford County \ Jack Kuhne,'and family. make horn, tonic, the
LIQUID after his
151 take to hi. bed for several l day to rest up childbirth 1
1980 TRANSFERS from Building Reserve .. . .. ..40000.00 For The\8C*' *,>Endlng: September' 30. 1975 ordeaL .The Grace United Methodist i National Geographic Society
\,
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL

AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON .
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NOVEMBER 5 1974 Constitutional Amendments



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

Joint Resolutions proposing amend- board of education (hereinafter called the state board), or (3)) the
passed ((1)) A state tax, designated "second gas tax," of two .cents per gallon
ments 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,
junior district behalf of which the state board has issued
or college on
other of used vehicles
levied
upon sources energy to propel motor as
Florida and they did determine and direct bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates under this amendment
by Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended is
that the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto hereby continued for a period of forty consecutive years. The proceedsof which will produoe 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 of providing that
purpose ((4)) Such funds so distributed shall be administered by the state board
NOW THEREFORE I DOROTHY W. GLISSON after the effective date of this revision the proceeds of the "second gas
All nnw created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the State
of State of the State of Florida Ux" aa referred to therein shall be allocated among the several countiesin
Secretary 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 a General Election comply with all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds, atate which shall hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties and

will be held in each County in Florida on revenue certificates and tax anticipation certificates or any refundings functions of the state board, including the powers, duties and functionsof

First 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
the Tuesday this amendment, said state board shall be a body corporate and shall have
\ovembdr which date is November 5 1974 for ((3)) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula stated all the powers provided in this amendment in addition to all other consti-

the ratification or rejection of the Joint in Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall tutional and statutory powers related to the purposes of this amendment
be pledged as security for any obligation hereafter Issued or entered heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said state board.
Resolutions 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 ResolutionsNo. bonds, maturing not later than the obligations refunded, secured by the proceeds of the first part of the revenues derived from the licensingof
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 requirements of paragraph ((2)) of this subsectionand junior college district in acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling -

rived from the gross receipts taxes levied in chapter 203, Florida Stat- after payment of administrative expenses, the "second gas tax" improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating -
utes, shall be used for capital outlay projects for the state systemof shall be allocated to the account of each of the several counties in the or repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes to issue -
public education; and to correct inadvertent errors in subsection amounts to be determined as follows: There shall be an initial alloca- bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, and also to

(d) 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,
the ratio of the total county population to the total population of fund
or refund any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
th.
1. It Resolved by the Legislature of State of Florida:
the state in accordance with thd latest available federal census, and one- theretofore issued by said state board. All such bonds or motor vehicle i
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
tate 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
prior years, secured under paragraph (2)) of this subsection, exceedsthe annual installments commencing not more than three (3) years from the
ARTICLE XII amount which would be allocated to that county under the formula date of issuance thereof and ending not later than thirty ((30) years

SCHEDULESection set 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. Bonds.Sub.tantial .- Funds allocated under July 1, 2007, A.D. The state board shall have power to determine all
((5)) paragraphs ((2) and ((4) of this subsection -
( rewording of tubieetion (a). Set $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 amenji\ cates and to sell at public sale after public advertisement, or exchange
said 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, aa 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 the governing body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county anticipation certificates, including refunding bonds or refunding motor

completely as though incorporated herein verbatim, except revenue may be increased by general law. The proceeds of the "second gas tax" vehicle tax anticipation certificates, all or any part from the anticipated
nds, revenue certificates or other evidences of indebtedness hereafter is- subject 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 certifi-

((2)) That portion of Article XII, Section 9, Subsection (a) of this as amended, and any refundings thereof; second, for the payment of cates at the time of the issuance thereof concerning the security thereof
institution, 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 1885, 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
jdiately 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

is reference as part of this revision as completely as though incorporatedrein law, state bonds pledging the full faith and credit of the state may competent jurisdiction.

verbatim, for the purpose of providing that after the effective be issued without any election: (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 the revenues derived frome 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-
gross receipts taxes, as therein defined, collected in each year shall Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended; (ii) to finance tion requesting the issuance thereof by the school board of the school
applied as provided therein to the extent necessary to comply with all the 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 receipt 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 01
ligations may be issued pursuant to the provisions of Article XII, bonds shall be issued unless a state fiscal agency created by law has Junior college district
ction 19, of the Constitution of 1886, as amended, but this provision made a determination that in no state fiscal year will the debt service can be to ninety percent ((90%) of the amount which it determines -
all not be construed to prevent the refunding of any such outstanding requirements of the bonds and all other bonds secured by the pledged or junior eolleee serviced district by the revenue accruing to the school district

nds or obligations pursuant to the provisions of this subsection (a)((2). portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to the county exceed seventy- such determination under the provisions of this amendment, and
shall
five per cent of the pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocatedto be 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 year, 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 collected and of the annual average net tolls anticipated during the first five yearsof board of the school district or board of trustees of the Junior college district -

from every person, including municipalities, as provided and levied operation of new projects' to be financed. Bonds issued pursuant to requesting the 'Issuance thereof, and no election or approval of
as of the time of adoption of this subsection (a) ((2)) in chapter 208, Flan this subsection shall be payable primarily from the pledged tolls and qualified electors shall be required for the issuance thereof.

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

pursuant to this amendment to the credit of each school
( ) SCHOOL BONDS. = district or junior
be placed in a trust fund to be known as the "public education college district i 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 a. To comply with the requirements of Paragraph (1)) of this subsection -
herein. Constitution of 1885, as amended) as the same existed immediately before (d).

the effective date of this amendment is adopted by this reference 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
part of this amendment as completely as though incorporated herein
education as created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the year on any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
verbatim, for the purpose of providing that after the effective date of issued
Constitution of Florida as revised in 1968 (hereinafter referred to as under the authority hereof, Including refunding bonds motor
or vehicle
this amendment the first proceeds of the revenues derived from thelicensing
"state board"), or by such other instrumentality of the state which shall tax anticipation certificates' l Issued on behalf of the school board of such
of motor vehicles as referred to therein shall be distributed an- ,
hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties and functions of the school district or board of trustees of such junior college district
nually among the several counties in the ratio of the number of Instruc- ; subject.
atate board, including the powers, duties and functions of the state however, to any covenants or agreements made by the state board
tion units in each county, the same being coterminus with the school concerning -
board provided in this subsection (a) ((2)). The state board shall be a bedy the rights between holders of different issues of such bonds
district of each county as provided in Article IX, Section 4, Subsectiona or
corporate and shall have all the powers provided herein In addition motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, as herein authorized.
in each therein to
( ) of this constitution, year computed as provided
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
this subsection (a)(2)) heretofore or hereafter conferred by law upon e. establish and maintain a sinking fund or funds to meet futureerVifa
vehicle certificates issued
holders of bonds or motor tax anticipation
the state board, or its predecessor created by the Constitution of 1885, requirements for debt or reserves therefor, on bonds or motor
date of this amendment thereof
before the effective or any refundings vehicle tax anticipation
certificates
as amended. Issued on behalf of the school board
which are secured by any portion of such revenues derived from the of such school district' or board of trustees Of such junior
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 college shall district
deem
without a vote of the electors, by the state board pursuant to law ((2)) No funds anticipated to be distributed annually among the sev- n. or advisable, and In such amounts and under such terms and it
to finance or refinance capital projects theretofore authorized by the eral counties under the formula stated In Article XII, Section 9, Sub- conditions a. the state board shall in its discretion determine.d. .
legislature, and any purposes appurtenant or incidental thereto, for the section (d) of this constitution, as amended, as the same existed immediately -
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 u "state system")), Includ- before the effective date of this amendment shall be pledged or the boards of trU8tt8 of the Junior college district for use

ing but not limited to institutions of higher learning, junior colleges, vo- as security: for any obligations hereafter Issued or entered into, except In payment of debt **? on bonds heretofore or hereafter issued by
cational technical schools, or public schools, a* now defined or aa may that any outstanding obligations previously issued pledging such funds any such school boards 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 issuanceof the Junior college districts where the proceeds of the bonds were used,

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

or by the proceedings authorising 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 ((18)) of this subsection (d). rating,taT/!? of capital outlay projects In such school' districts
for the cost of capital project unless such project has or districts and
be
which
expended any (3)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((1) of this subsection capital outlay projects have been I
authorized by the legislature. approved by the school board of
been (d) beginning July 1, 1973 and for thirty-five years thereafter, the first of the the school district or board of trustees

Bonds issued pursuant to this subsection (a)((2)) shall be primarily pay. proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles Junior college !district, pursuant to the most recent survey or
able from such revenue derived from gross receipts taxes, and shall be to the extent necessary to comply with the provisions of this amend- 2r tn.T dUCUd/n< regulations prescribed by the state board to
No inch ment shall collected be placed in the school district and outlay needs of the school 1 district or junior .
additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the state. as monthly district. The state college
bonds shall ever be Issued in an amount exceeding ninety percent of the) junior college district capital outlay and debt service fund in the state bonds by board shall hav. power at the time of Issuance of
any school board
amount which the state board determines can be serviced by the revenue treasury and used only as provided in this amendment Such revenue of Junior any of any school district or board of trustees
derived from the gross receipts: taxes accruing thereafter under the) shall be distributed annually among the several school districts and board any board colleg.of district to covenant and agree with such school

provisions of this subsection (a(2))( and such determination shall be junior college districts in the ratio of the number of instruction unite be made or for different trustees issue as of to bonds the rank and priority of payments to
conclusive.The in each school district or junior college district in each year computedas under this subparagraph d. and
provided herein. The amount of the first revenues derived from the may further agree that any amounts to be distributed under this' subparagraph -
moneys in the capital outlay fund In each fiscal year. shall be state motor vehicle license taxes to be so set aside in each year and distributed d. may be pledged for the debt service on bonds Issued by any
used only for the following purposes and in the following order of as provided herein shall be an amount equal in the aggregate) school board of any school district or board of trustees of any Junior college

priority! to the product of six hundred dollars ($600) multiplied by the total district and for the rank and priority of such' pledS. Any such covenants .

((1) For the payment of the principal of and interest on any bond number of instruction units in all the school districts of Florida for 01' agreements of the state board may be
maturing In such fiscal year; the school fiscal year 1967-68, plus an amount equal in the aggregate of such bonds in any; court of competent jurisdiction.enforced any holders
to the product of eight hundred dollars ($800) multiplied by the total
((2) For the deposit into any reserve funds provided for In the proceedings number of Instruction units in all the school districts of Florida for .. To distribute annually to the several school boards
the issuance of bonds of amounts required to districts of the school
authorizing any thereafter or boards of
1972-73 and fiscal trustee. of
the school fiscal year for each school year the junior college
be deposited in such reserve funds in such fiscal year" ; which is In excess of the total number of such Instruction units, In all payment of the cost of acquiring, building, constructing districts for the

((8) For direct payment of the cost or any part of the cost of any the school districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1967-68, such : Improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, altering, remodeling -
capital project for the state system theretofore authorised by. the legislature excess units being designated "growth units. The amount of the /'first' or repairing 01 capital outlay projects for school maintaining, renovating -

or for the purchase) or redemption of outstanding bonds in accordance revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license taxes to bo so I resolution the J or junior ahall purposes In
I
with the provisions of the proceeding which authorised the set aside in each year apd distributed as provided herein shall additionally -. ot school board ltileichoolidist) or boe :eqested by
the product of ,four I of the Junior colleee diatrlct. I I 0 truateeaf.
issuance of inch bond be an amount equal in the aggregate to i .
hundred dollars ($400) multiplied by the total number of Instruction When all
(b) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bond to finance the cost of units in all junior college districts of Florida. The number of Instruction, colleee district ,have major capital'outlay needs of a school district or junior I
state capital project Issued prior to the date this revision becomes effective units in each school district or Junior college district In each year for the baals of a been met aa determined by the state board' on theo
including projects' of the Florida state turnpike authority or its purposes of this amendment shall be the greater of ((1) the number of survey made pursuant to regulations of the state board and

successor but excluding: all portion of the state highway system, maya instruction: units In each school district for the school fiscal year 1967-63 1 1r 1t

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

annually and used for such school purposes in such school district or continued until January, SOtS See a pomod .4 forty cnnqoouthra ,...... computed in the manner heretofore or hereafter provided by general law

junior college district as the school board of the school district er board t' The proceeds of said tax shall be placed monthly in the state roads distribution and approved by the state board.
of trustees of the Junior colleKe district shall determine, or as may be i fund in the state treasury.
provided by general law. -..... ((4)) Such funds so distributed shall be administered by the state boardas

' ((2) Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1886, as amended, is now created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the Statei
((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 eligrtle 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 andI

amendment and derived from the proceeds of bonds and motor vehicletax effective date of this revision the proceeds of the "second gas tax" as I functions of the state board, including the powers, duties and. functions, :;)
anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license taxes, onlyin of the state board provided in this amendment. For the purposes' of this t

the order of priority of needs, as shown by a survey or surreys con- referred to therein shall be allocated among the several counties in accordance amendment, said state board shall be a body corporate and shall have all *<3

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

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 ;r

the school district or Junior college district and approved by the state tax anticipation certificates or any refundlngs 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 :t

time to time upon the request of the school board of the school districtor (5)( The state board shall, in addition to its other constitutional and .*
((8)) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula stated in
board of trustees of the Junior control and of the
college district and with the Approvalof statutory powers have the management, supervision
the state board; and provided further that this paragraph (9) shall Article IXj, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1886 as amended entered shall be proceeds of the first part of the revenues derived from the licensing of :J

not in any manner affect any covenant, agreement or pledge made by pledged as ,security for any obligation hereafter issued or into ex- motor vehicles provided for in this subsection (d). The state board shall, j;

the state board in the issuance by said state board of any bonds or cept that any outstanding obligations previously Issued pledging revenues also have power, for the purpose of obtaining funds for the use of any
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

of any bonds of any school board of any school district, er boardof average interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding bonds, maturingnot college district in acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling,

trustees of any junior college district. later than the obligations refunded secured by the same revenues and improving enlarging, furnishing, equipping maintaining, renovating,; or ?
any other security authorized in paragraph ((5)) of this subsection.
The state board repairing of capital outlay projects for, school purposes to issue bonds or i
i ((10) may invest any sinking,; fund or funds created i b
pursuant to this amendment in direct obligations of the United Statesof ((4)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((2) of this subsectionand motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, and also to Issue such bonds or

America or in the bonds or. motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi- 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 t

school district or board of trustees of any junior college district. be determined as follows: There shall be an initial allocation of one- said state board. All such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates /.
fourth in the ratio of county area to state area, one-fourth in the ratioof 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 :thereafter

and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the powers herein ance with the latest available federal census, and one-half in the ratio passed by a three-fifths (3/6) vote of each house of the legis'A,

granted and no legislation shall be required to render this amendmentof of 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 '),

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 necessaryto 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

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

expenses of administering the laws relating to the licensing of motor 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 of this t
operation public advertisement, or exchange said bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation -
(5) Funds allocated under paragraphs (2)) and (4)) of this subsection
and shall
amendment not enact any law impairing or materially alteringthe certificates, upon such terms and conditions as the state board shall '
rights of the holders of any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation shall be administered by the state board of administration created under provide. ''
said Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, and i
issued
certificates pursuant to this amendment or Impairing or alterin)
covenant of the 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
any or agreement state board, as provided in such bond,
or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates. 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 anticipation lit

account for I use In said county as follows: eighty per cent to the state 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 governing tax anticipation certificates, all or any part from the anticipated revenues ,a::,
fix their compensation for the administration of the provisions of this body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county may to be derived from the licensing of motor vehicles provided for in this air

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 prorated allocation to the several counties under this paragraph ((5)) shall be the holders of such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates at

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 construction ((7)) No such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall
sinking fund investments shall accrue to the school districts or junior of roads and, to the extent permitted blll.d.ra.llaw, other transportation -
ever be issued by the state board until after the adoption of a resolution
college districts in proportion to their respective equities in the sinking facilities. When authorized by law, state bonds pledging the full faith
requesting the issuance thereof by the school board of the school districtor
funds. and credit of the state be issued without election I
fund may to refund
or any : ((1)
board of trustees of the junior college district on behalf of which the
obligations secured by portion of the "second tax"
any gas allocated to a
Bonds issued the eeheel board obligations are to be issued. The state board of education shall limit the
((13)) by state pursuant to this sub-
county under Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution 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 acquisition and construction of roads and other
taxes as provided herein, and if heretofore or hereafter authorized by in when the be issued on behalf of any school district or junior college district to
transportation facilities a county approved by
governing bodyof ninety percent ((90%) of the amount which it determines can be servicedby
law, may be additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of the and the state supervising the state
county agency road system; and
the revenue accruing to the school district or junior college district
the state without election. When heretofore or hereafter authorized by
an
iii to refund obligations secured by portion of the
( ) any "second gas tax"allocated
under the of this amendment and such determination shall be
law bonds issued to Article XII Section 18 of the Constitution provisions ,
pursuant under paragraph 9c(4). No such bonds shall be issued unless
of 1885 amended to 1963 and bonds issued to Article conclusive. All such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
as prior pursuant
a state fiscal agency created by law has made a determination that in no shall be issued in the name of the state board of education but shall be
XII, Section 9, subsection (d) of the Constitution as revised in 1968 and
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
other bonds secured by the pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated
trustees of the district the issuance thereof
junior college requesting ,
issuance of bonds additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the
to the county and the other pledged revenues, if exceed seventy-
any
lower net interest cost rate.e and no election or approval of qualified electors shall be required for the
state only at a average
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 '
state fiscal a4 ((8)) The state board shall in each year use the funds c distributable
of Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pur- from existing facilities collected in ,the preceding year
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' ; tfJe credit !of e'ach'school, :'district( ( or::Ju'i\.tpr

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 ln"tie"lfo'llowirig'niann'er"an'd) : l in order. of priority:
available pledged revenues that accrued in the preceding state
revision. legally a. To comply with the requirements of paragraph (1)) of this sub-
fiscal year. Bonds issued pursuant to this subsection shall be payable pri-
(f) If at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, marily from the pledged tolls and portions of the "second gas tax" allocated section (d).

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 such yearon

language of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein, then such legally available such 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. ( ) SCHOOL BONDS. anticipation certificates, issued on behalf of the school board of such

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

other language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d) as con- effective date of this amendment is adopted by this reference as part of this motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, as herein authorized. -II

tained herein. amendment though incorporated herein verbatim, for the 3(
as completely as
c. To establish and maintain a sinking fund or funds to meet future ,In
election at which this amendment it adopted, purpose of providing that after the effective date of this amendment the
(h) If. at the general requirements for debt service or reserves therefor, on bond or motor u(
amendment to this section wherein the proposed first proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles
there ia also adopted an vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued on behalf of the school boardof
language of eubteetion (e) differs from that contained herein, then" tuoh as referred to therein shall be distributed annually among the several coun- such school district or board of trustees of such junior. college district ,9j

ether language at to subsection (e) shall prevail over the lanfuage 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 necessary !

subsection (a) as contained herein. This amendment shall take effect same being coterminus with the school district of each county as provided or advisable, ',and in such amounts and under such terms and conditions w aj!
4 Subsection ( ) of this constitution, in each
in Article IX, Section a year
at of July 1, 1975. as the state board shall in its discretion determine. ,j
computed as, provided therein to the extent necessary to comply with all

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that In the accordance substance with of the the require-amend- obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds or motor vehicle tax d. To distribute annually to the several school boards of the school districts

ments of section 101.161, Florida Statutes, ballot follows: anticipation certificates issued before the effective date of this amendmentor or the boards of trustees ef the junior college district for use in !5>!,
the as
ment proposed herein shall appear on refundings thereof which are secured by any portion of such revenues hereafter issued
Article XII of the State Constitution any payment of debt service on bonds heretofore or by any .0>
Proposes an amendment to Section 9 of derived from the licensing of motor vehicles. such school boards of the school districts or boards of trustees of the "i"

to: Junior college districts where the proceed of the bonds were used, or are ,rf
today's school construction program at area vocationaltechnical (2) No funds anticipated to be distributed annually among the several to be used, in the acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling,, js
Continue counties under the formula stated in Article XII Section 9, Subsection
community colleges, and universities and extend the program improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating', or ,drepairing
centers, (d) of this constitution, as amended, as the same existed Immediately
by bonds) payable of in such school districts junior
schools, supported .capital outlay projects or
Include the K-12 public I a!>
to of this amendment shall be pledged as securityfor
date
taxes, pledging the full faith and credit of the before the effective college district and which capital outlay, project have been approved by [14
receipts
from the gross hereafter issued entered into, except that any outstanding
any obligations or
the school board ,of the school district or board of trustees of the junior -i.j
state. obligations previously issued pledging such funds may be refundedat
college district, pursuant to the most recent survey or surveys conducted .
jj
Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 3522 a lower net average interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding
the
under regulations prescribed by the state board to determine capital 4M
amendment to Section 9 of Article bonds maturing not later than the obligations refunded, secured by the district. The state
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an outlay needs of the school district or junior college
XII of the State Constitution relating to bonds for transportation facilities same revenues and any other security authorized In paragraph ((13)) of 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 die- >'/"

Florida (3)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((1) of this subsection (d) trlct to covenant and agree with such school board or board of trustees as *
Be It Retained by the Legislature of the State of : 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 91

That the amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Constitution of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles to the bonds under this subparagraph d., and may further agree that any amounts J"

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 l 10

Florida for 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 board sat t
November 1974: district capital outlay and debt service fund In the state treasury and used of trustees of any junior college district and for the rank and priority of w

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

ARTICLE XII annually among the several school districts and junior college districts in enforced by any'holders of such bonds in any court of competent juris- >l
H
SCHEDULESECTION the ratio of the number of instruction units in each school district or diction. 10

junior college district in each year computed as provided herein. The e. To distribute- annually to the several oJ./1 school boards of the school dls,4
9. Bonds.- amount of the first revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license
trlcts or boards of trustees of the junior college districts for the payment. ,Mf
(a) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES. Article IX, Section 17, of the Constitution taxes to be so set aside in each year and distributed as provided herein of the cost of acquiring, building constructing, altering', remodeling improving -

of 1885, as amended, as it existed immediately before this Constitution shall be an amount equal in the aggregate to the product of six hundred enlarging, furnishing', equipping, maintaining", renovating, or,repairing -
as revised in 1968, became effective. Is adopted by this reference dollars ($600) multiplied by the total number of instruction units in all of capital outlay projects for school purposes in such school district la

ss a part of this revision as completely as though incorporated herein the school districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1967-68, plus an or junior college district as shall be requested by resolution of the school >aboard

verbatim except revenue bonds, revenue certificates or other evidences of amount equal in tho aggregate to the product of eight hundred dollars of the school district. or board of trustees of the junior college III
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. > -is
districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1972-73 and for each school o b
the state so authorized by law. fiscal year thereafter which is in excess of the total number of such f. When all major capital outlay needs of a school district or Junior ,q

Article XII, Section 19. of the Constitution of 1888 as amended, as it 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 ro

existed Immediately before this revision becomes effective Is adopted by year 1987-68, such excess 'units being designated "growth units." The basis of a survey made pursuant to regulation of the state board and

this reference as a part of this revision as completely as though incorporated amount of the first revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license approved by the state board 'all such funds remaining shall be' distributed ,

herein verbatim, except bonds or tax anticipation certificates here 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

after issued thereunder may bear interest not in excess: of five percent shall additionally be an amount equal In the aggregate to the productof junior college district as the school board of the school district or 1

((57) per annum or such higher interest as may be authorized: by statute four hundred dollars ($400) multiplied by the total number of instruction board of trustees of the junior college district shall determine, or as maybe

passed by a three-fifths ((3/5) vote of each house of the legislature. No units in all Junior college districts of Florida. The number of Instruction provided by general law. -a

revenue bonds or tax anticipation certificates shall be issued pursuant units In each school district or Junior college district in each year of school district or junior college district -

thereto after June 80, 1975. for the. purposes of this amendment shall be the greater of ((1)) the numberof (9) shall Capital be eligible outlay'projects to participate a In'the funds accruing, under this >a
school district for the school fiscal year ,
(b) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds to finance the cost of state instruction units in each for the school fiscal 1968-69 com- amendment and derived from the proceeds of bonds and motor vehicle taxi d
this revision becomes effective 1967-68 or Junior college district year the ,vehicle! license taxes, only,in
capital issued prior to the date anticipation certificate and from motor : .
projects ) the num-
puted in the heretofore provided by general law, or ((2)
''Includlnar projects of the Florida state turnpike authority or its successor manner such school district Including growth units, or the order of priority of needs, as shown, by a survey or surveys conducted; ,,,a
'ber of instruction units in
but excluding all portions of the, state highway system may be refunded ,,: school fiscal year computed in the manner in the school district or Junior college district under regulations' prescribed ( Jrf
of the elector at a lower net Junior college district for the to determine the capital outlay needs of the school ,
aa provided by law without vote average general law and approved by the state by the state board. r0
heretofore hereafter by *
provided
of bonds maturing not later ,than ,,the or district and approved by the state boardlPro.'d
interest the issuance district or Junior college
cost rate by board of education (hereinafter called the state board), or ((8)) the numberof
obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues" only. instruction units in each school district, including growth units, ,or 'Tided that the priority of such projects may be changed from time to time
district'or board of.
the school '*
of school boardof
the request the ,
bondsor upon
which the state board has issued
FUEL TAXES. Junior college district on behalf of district and with the approval of the state ts
(c) MOTOR VEHICLE certificates under this amendment which trustees of the junior college
motor vehicle tax anticipation' board; and ,provided further that ,this paragraph ((9)) :shall not la any '.*
"second gas tax," of two cents per gallon will produce sufficient revenues under thl. amendment to equal one and
((1)) A state tax. designated of and manner affect &nJ'.connant, agreement or pledge made by the state board ra
upon gasoline and other like products of petroleum and an equivalent tax twelve-hundredth. (1.12)) times the aggregate amount of principal

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

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in the {nuance by said state board of any bond or motor vehicle tax

anticipation certificates or in connection with the issuance of any bondsof (h) TAXES; LIMITATION. Property situate within municipalities with 'the clerk* of the supreme court recommending removal or public

any school board of any school district or board of trustees of any hall not be subject to taxation for services rendered by the county exclusively reprimand at which time sue\proceedings shall become public record.

junior college district. for the benefit of the property or resident in unincorporated (.) The commission shall have access to aft information from all etteou-:

((10) The state board may invest any sinking/ fund or funds created _s. Use, legislative and judicial agencies, subject to the rules of the eommiefiem. -

pursuant to this amendment in direct obligations of the United States of ((1) COUNTY ORDINANCES. Each county ordinance shall be filed On. request of the speaker of the house of representatives or the poear.or3 -

America or in the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates with the secretary of state and shall become effective at such time there- : the commission shall make available information for use in con..iJ.ntima -
issued by the sate board on behalf of the school board of any school district of impeachment or suspension respectively.
after as is provided by /general law.
or board of trustees of any junior college district.
(J n) VIOLATION OF ORDINANCES. Persons viola tincount/ ,. ordinances .*. (f) Upon recommendation of two-thirds of the members of the
((11)) The state board shall have power to make and enforce all rules shall be prosecuted and punished as provided by law.k judicial qualification commission, the supreme court may order that the
and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the powers herein granted justice or judge be disciplined by appropriate reprimand, or be removed
and no legislation shall be required to render this amendment of full force ( ) COUNTY SEAT. In every county there shall be a county seat from office with termination of compensation for willful or persistent failure .

and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the levies of Mid at which shall be located the principal offices and permanent records of to perform his duties or for other conduct unbecoming/ a member of

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 thatSeriously
degree which will fail to provide the full amount necessary to comply by general law. Branch offices for the conduct of county business : interfere with the performance of his duties. After the filing of a

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/ upon request of the commission, the supreme court
administering the laws relating/ the licensing of motor vehicles, and shall body of the county in the manner prescribed by law. No instrument shall may: upend the justice or judge from office with or without compensation -
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. I
motor vehicle license taxes from the operation of this amendment and law. !i
shall not enact any law impairing/ materially altering/ the rights of
the holders of any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates Section 2. The proposal ahall appear on the ballot as follows: 4*> (g) The power of removal conferred by this section shall be both I

issued pursuant to this amendment or impairing/ altering/ any covenantor Change the name of the office of "Tax Assessor" to "Property Appraiser". alternative and cumulative to the power of impeachment and to the powerof
agreement/ of the state board, as provided in such bonds or motor vehicle suspension by the governor and removal by the senate.

tax anticipation certificates. For ____ Against SCHEDULE

((12)) The state board shall have power to appoint such persons and Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 637 ((1)) The terms of office of the present members of the judicial quali

fix their compensation for the administration of the provisions of this A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 9, Article IV fication commission shall expire on January 1, 1975 and new members
amendment as it shall deem necessary and the expenses of the state boardin of the State Constitution relating/ the appointment of game and fresh hall be appointed to serve the following/ staggered terms:

administering/&, the provisions of this amendment shall be prorated water fish commission members and to approval of the commission' (a) Group _The terms of five members, composed of two electorsas

among/ the various school districts and junior college districts and paid budget by the legislature. set forth in $12a)((8) of Article V, one member of the bar of Florida
out of the proceeds of the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi- a* set forth in
J12a(2)( )( of Article V, one Judge from the district
cates or from the funds distributable to each school district or junior B. It Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida: of appeal and courts
one circuit judge as set forth in 112(..) ((1)) of Article V.
district on the same basis as such motor vehicle license taxes hall
college That the following amendment to Section 9 of Article IV of the State expire on December 31, 1976.
distributable to the various school districts or junior college districts
under are the provisions of this amendment. Interest or profit on sinklnfund/ Constitution is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Floridafor (b) Group IL The, terms of four members, composed of one elector

investments shall accrue to the schcol districts or junior college districts approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November .s set forth in 12a)((3) of Article V, one member of the bar of Florida

in proportion to their respective equities in the sinking/ fund or funds. 1974: as set forth in U2a(2)( )( ) of Article V, one circuit Judge and one county
Judge aa set forth in S12al( ( ) of Article V shall
SECTION 9. Game and fresh water fish commission. expire on December 31,
(13) Bonds issued by the school board pursuant to this subsection (d) 1978.

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 HI.The terms) of four members, composed of two electors

herein, and if heretofore or hereafter authorized by law, may be five member appointed by the governor subject to confirmation oy the as set forth in U2a( )((8) of Article V, one Judge from the district courts

additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of the state senate for staggered terms of five years. The commission shall exercisethe of appeal and one county judge a* set forth in 112(1)( ) ) of Article V,
without an election. When heretofore or hereafter authorized by law BOB judicial regulatory and executive power of the state with respect hall expire on December 81, 1980.
bonds issued pursuant to Article XII Section 18 of the Constitution of to wild animal life and fresh water aquatic life, except that all license
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((2)) The amendment to section 12 of Article V provided herein and

XII, Section 9, subsection (d) of the Constitution as revised in 1968, and violating/ regulation of the commission shall be prescribed by specific provisions of this schedule shall take effect January 1, 1975.

bonds issued pursuant to this subsection (d), may be refunded by the statute. The legislature may enact laws in aid of the commission, not inconsistent BE IT FURTHER 'RESOLVED that In accordance with the requirements -

issuance of bonds additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the with this Motion. The comm .eicm'a exercise executive powersin of section 101.161 Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendment

state only at a lower net average interest cost rate. the area of planning, budgeting, personnel management, and purohasing proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows:
shall be as provided by law. Revenue derived from such license feet shall An
amendment
issued to this Section 9 of to .section 12 of Article V of the State Constitution
(e) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds pursuant to
be appropriated to the commission by the legislature for the purpose ofmanagement permit the
judicial
Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pursuantto qualifications commission to investigate/ and recommend
protection and conservation of wild animal lift and freshwater
to the
this section shall not be included in applying the limits upon the amountof supreme court the removal or reprimand of any justice
aquatic life.The
state bonds contained in Section 11, Article VII, of this revision.f or judge whose conduct, durinterm/ of office or otherwise occurring on
wording/ the proposed amendment shall be stated. The Resolution or after November 1, 1966, demonstrates a present unfitness to hold of.
( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, thereis makes the appointment of game commission members subject to senate fice or warrants a reprimand, to provide a procedure for the removal
also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed language of member, to permit the commission to adopt rules regulatlnits
approval; provides that the commission' planning/ personnel purchasingand / proceedings
of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein, then such other which rules may be repealed by general law
budgetinahall/ be provided by law; and that the legislature may appropriate enacted by majority
to subsection (a) shall prevail over the language of subsectiona vote of the
language as funds to the commission. membership of each house of the legislature, or by the su-
( ) as contained herein.g preme court five justices concurring, to require all proceedings before
House Joint Resolution No. 3911A
the
commission to be confidential
( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, until a recommendation is filed by the
there is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to section 12 of ArticleV commission or unless the supreme court suspends a justice or judge as

language of subsection (d) differs from that contained herein, then such of the State Constitution relating to the judicial qualifications com recommended by a vote of seven members of the commission concurring,

other language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d) as con- mission; providing that the commission shall have the power to invest! then all proceedings shall be public, further permitting the commission
tained herein. gate and recommend removal or a reprimand of any justice or judge access to all.information from all executive legislative, and judicial agen-
whose conduct, during term of office or otherwise occurring/ or after des, and requirinthe/ commission to make available information for

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: November 1, 1966, demonstrates a present unfitness to hold office; providing use in consideration of impeachment or suspension when requested by
for the removal of members the speaker of the house of representatives or the
If, at the general election at which this amendment i. adopted, thereis the of the commission; providinthat/ Also provides for governor respectively.
commission shall adopt rules which appointment of a new commission.
also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed lan- may be repealed by a majority
guage of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein, then such vote of the membership of each house of the legislature, or by the
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 tile
section (a) as contained herein.If temporary suspension -
of any Justice or judge against whom formal charge are pending/ ; JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to the Constitution of

at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, there is providing that if the supreme court suspends, all proceeding! shall be the state of Florida; amendinsection/ 10 of Article 7; relating to joint

also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed language public otherwise all proceedings shall be confidential until a recommendation ownership construction! .operation of electrical energy generatingor

of subsection (c) differs from that contained herein, then the languageof is filed by the commission; providing/ that the commission transmission facilities.Be .

subsection (c) as contained herein shall prevail over such other lan- shall have access to all information from all executive, legislative and It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
guage. judicial agencies; providing that the commission shill make available

information for use In consideration of impeachment or suspension; providing That the following amendment to section 10 of Article 7 of the State
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirementsof for removal of members of the commission; providing/ a new Constitution is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Florida
section 101.161, Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendment commission.Be .
pro for ratification
or rejection at the next general election to be held in
posed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows: November 1974.SECTION .
It Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida
of
An amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Constitutionto :
: That the amendment to section 12 of Article V of the State Constitution 10. PledltfncreditNeither/ the state nor any county,
school district, municipality, special district, or of of them
set forth below is agency any ,
1. Extend the life of the "second gas tax" to January 1, 2025. Florida for approval agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of hall become a joint owner with, or stockholder of, or give, lend or use its
or rejection at the
general election
to be held In
2. Extend the purposes for which bonds may be issued and revenues November, 1374!} : taxing power or credit to aid any corporation, association, partnership or
may be used to all transportation facilities. person; but this shall not prohibit laws authorizing:

3. Permit the bonds to be secured by tolls, portions of the "second gas Article V (a) the investment of public trust funds;

tax", and other legally available Section 12.
any revenues. DISCIPLINE: REMOVAL AND RETIREMENT.-
(b) the investment of
other public funds in obligations of, or insured

House Joint Resolution No. 1907A 4* :Thex sill lie. judicial qualif Itotlona e.n>mlgiilot. eeap ee4 .4. by, the United States or any of its instrumentalities;

JOINT RESOLUTION proposing/ amendment to Section 1 of Article (a) There shall 6e a Judicial qualification commission vested (c) the issuance and sale by any county municipality, special districtor
VIII of the state constitution relating to nomenclature of county officers. ; to investigate and recommend to the withunedictioll other local governmental body of ((1)) revenue bonds to finance or refinance -
Supreme Court
of Florida
Bt It Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida: the removal from office of any justice or judge whose conduct during term the cost of capital projects for airports or port facilities or ((2))
revenue bonds to finance or refinance the cost of
of office or otherwise capital projects for industrial -
That the amendment to section 1 of Article VIII of the state constitution regard to the effective occurring date of this on section or after November 1, 19tt. (without or manufacturing/ plants to the extent that the interest thereon

set forth below is agreed/ to and shall be submitted to the electors of Flor- to hold office, and to investigate and ) demonstrates a present unfit'ness is exempt from income taxes under the then existing laws of the United

ida for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November justice or judge whose conduct, during term recommend of office or th.otherwise reprimand of a States when in either case, the revenue bonds are payable solely from

1974: on or after November 1, 1966 (without regard to the effective occurring date of revenue derived from the sale, operation or leasing/ the projects. If any

Section 1. Counties.a .- this section), warrants such a reprimand. The commission shall be project so financed or any part thereof ia occupied or operated by any
composed -
private
of: corporation association, partnership or person pursuant to con-
( ) POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS. The state shall be divided by law
tract
or lease with the
Issuinbody/ the property interest crested by such
into political subdivisions called counties. Counties may be created, abolishedor ((1)) Two contract or lease shall be
Judges of district courts of appeal selected by the judges of subject to taxation. to the same extent as other
changed by law with provision for payment or apportionment of the
public debt.b those courts, two circuit judges selected by the judges of the circuit courts privately owned property.d .

and two judges of county courts selected by the judges of those courts; ( ) a municipality
( ) COUNTY FUNDS. The care, custody and method of disbursing/ county, special district, or agency of any of them,
county funds shall be provided by general law.c (2) Two electors who reside in the state, who are members of the bar being a joint owner of, giving, or lending or using its taxing power or
of Florida and who credit for the joint ownership, construction and
,
shall be chosen by the governing body of the bar of operation of electrical
( ) GOVERNMENT. Pursuant to general or special law a county Florida; and energy generating or transmission facilities with any corporation, associa
government may be established by charter which shall be adopted, amendedor Non, partnership or person.
repealed only upon vote of the electors of the county in a special election ((3) Five electors who reside in the state, who have never held judicial -
called for that purpose.d office or been members of the bar of Florida, and who shall be Senate Joint Resolution No. 917A

( ) COUNTY OFFICERS. There shall be elected by the electors of appointed by the governor.b JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 2. Article

each county, for terms of four years, a sheriff, a tax collector a property ( ) The members of the Judicial qualifications commission shall serve I of the State Constitution, relating/ basic rights; prohibiting dis

appraiser, tM a nagoo>, a supervisor of elections, and a clerk of the circuit staggered terms, not to exceed six years, aa prescribed by general law. No crimination based upon physical handicaps.

court; except when provided by county charter or special law approved member of the commission except a justice or judge shall be eligible for Be It Resolved by the Legislature
by vote of the electors of the county, any county officer may be state judicial office so long as he is a member of the commission and of the State of Florida:

chosen in another manner therein specified or any county office may be for a period of two years thereafter. No member of the commission shall That the following amendment to Section 2, Article I of the State
abolished when all the duties of the office prescribed by general law are hold office in a political party or participate in any campaign for judicial Constitution ia agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the

transferred to another office. When not otherwise provided by county office or hold public office; provided that a judge may participate in his state for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in
charter or special law approved by vote of the electors, the clerk of the own campaign for judicial office and hold that office. The commission November, 1974:

circuit court shall be ex officio clerk of the board of county commissioners, hall elect one of its members as its chairman.e .
auditor recorder and custodian of all county funds. ARTICLE I
( ) Members of the judicial qualifications commission not subject to
(e) COMMISSIONERS. Except when otherwise provided by DECLARATION OF
county Impeachment shall be subject to removal from the commission pursuant to RIGHTS
charter the governing body of each county shall be a board of county
the provisions of Article IV, Section 7, Florida Constitution. SECTION 2. Basic rights' .-AH natural
commissioners of five members person are equal before the
composed serving staggered terms of four Jaw and have
'
years. After each decennial census the board of county commissioners shall kTlsI supreme .awe shall MetM codees esgulaeisg parading. e4 4l.wis.iaeis defend life and Inalienable rights'/ l among which are the right to enjoy and

divide the county into districts of contiguous territory aa nearly equalin tIte 4.y .< .aeUlliel by 4he appointing-. alitherlU.I earl and to acquire liberty, to pursue happiness, to be rewarded for industry,
population as practicable. One commissioner residing/ each district ......-1P7 re.lall8"l '" .. dioq.-.lifU. e* ise.paei4.4.d i id .'M '''. A41e.' inheritance possess and protect property; except that the ownership,
shall be elected by the electors of the county.f ......s".tI.. .. r.m.val .. ...,. f ua4is. w judgerhe ..... .. tIM !easeeding. for disposition and posiesaion of real property by alien ineligible
MIMe tIte ..", ,,,,iSHi.,, ehn) 1Ie..1"fWie. citizenship may be regulated or prohibited by law. No person
( ) NON-CHARTER GOVERNMENT. Counties not operatinund.r shall be '
/ hand"y right because of race **. re1iltfon. or Physical
county charters shall have such power of self-government aa la providedby ( ) TAe commission shall adopt rules regulating its proceedings, the

general or special law. The board of county commissioner of a countynot filling of vacancies by the appointing authorities, the disqualification
op.ratlnunder/ a charter may enact In a manner prescribed by ./ members, and the temporary replacement of disqualified or incapacitated STATEMENT OF PROPOSAL

general law, county ordinances not inconsistent with general or special members. The comm ..i '. ",rules or any part thereof, may be repealed The proposal shall appear on the ballot as follow:
law but an ordinance in conflict with a municipal ordinance shall not be by general law enacted by a majority vote of the membership of
effective within the municipality to the extent of such conflict. each house of the legislature, or by the supreme court five justice ,con The resolution provide that no person shall be discriminated against
because
curring. After a recommendation removal or public reprimand of of a physical handicap. ,
of any
(g) CHARTER GOVERNMENT. Counties operating under county IN
charters shall have all powers of local self-government not inconsistent justice or judge, the record of the proceedings before the commission shall TESTIMONY WHEREOF 'l have hereunto

with general law or with special law approved by vote of the electors. .. made public. The commission may with seven member concurring ree'emmend set my hand and affixed the Great Seal
to the supreme court the temporary,suspension of any justice or of the
The governing/ body of a county operating under a charter may enact judge against whom formal charge are pending and in the event the State of Florida at Tallahassee ;

county ordinance not Inconsistent with general law. The charter shall supreme court suspends such justice or judge all proceeding before the the Capital this the 21 day of August

provide which shall prevail in the event of conflict between county and commission and all hearings shall'be public. Otherwise, all proceeding before A. D. 1974. ,
municipal ordinance the commission shall be confidential until a recommendation is filed

,(SEAL) DOROTHY W. GLISSON
SECRETARY OF STATEl


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Adult Basic Classes started
FOR SALE- -------
bedroom house in
last Monday Aug. 26 at RJE FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars HELP WANTED: The Full Year '< Tire
city limits I ft
carport & utility Cash Carry .
and also at the Vo-Tech CLASSIFIED AD RATES ., made In Japan by Gibson now Head Start Program is now building. Terms 1013 Butler Leo g CAhampHome Davidson
School. All interested adultsare at Dahmers Discount tfchg. accepting applications for Road. 8/29 !
2tp 9/5. : 412 E. CALL
ParkIn
invited Mobile Home
to register. You Deadline Cookin .
for insertion -- - Teacher, Teacher Aides -
-- -- -- and ,
may have the desire to study Head TIRES
Tuesday Noon Bradford County
for a High School diploma, self Thursday before publication.preceding FOR SALE: 1973 Ford F-100 Start. Must be low-Income, UNIIEUFAHMAGLNCYINCReg. : Building MaterialsWE ] City Limits I FRONT END :
or to learn pickup. PS, PB AT AC, .
improvement a Minimum Charge$2.00 must live in Bradford County Real Estate Broker
$30 Per Mo.
trade. The opportunity Is here (Covers: 13 Words FtErH low mileage priced to and willing to work with all Paul Faulkner Broker BUILD I &

for one and all. Each word over 15 sell. 473-2127 during week ethnic groups. Applicationblanks Irene Faulkner Assoc. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS Walk To New BRAKE SERVICE
10 centsAll1'lasslFied day. 8/292tchg 9/5. may be obtained at the Robert Faulkner Assoc.
VOTE --- -------- YOUR LOT OR OURS" Shopping( Center 964-5800
CUBB Office, 136 Temple Louisa' McRae Assoc. I
All registered citizens are ( Ads must be FOR SALE: 3508 John Deere Ave., Starke, Fla. Send FREE ESTIMATES City Gas Water & Sewer I QUALITY TIRES &
asked! to vote September 10. pakMor In advance unless you Dozier, -way Angle Blade application to CUBB 2305 N. Temple Ave. I I SERVICE FOR LESS

Please do not let this op ham an established account Cab Low hours. 473-2127 Economic Agency Inc., P.O. Starke, Fla. 964 5065 REMODELING REPAIRS On 301 South I

portunity slip by. wifT the Telegraph in that during weekday. 8/29 2tchg Drawer 970 Starke Fla. "AN ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT I TFN .
evdht 50 cents extra charge 9/5./ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY WANT TO SELL OR BUY Jolu Motel --- ---- f-
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Canaan True Cliurch eritirg when given over the FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum - -- -- -- -- TRADED 9648810Well I

of nod In Unity. Elder phlne or when copy Is not $3.50 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 HELP WANTED Call Us For Best PricesPfosnprtsWnitinn ''ACREAGE FOR SALE
: Lady to sell
S2698
Sampson White, pastor. t>.d and brought to the of- $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 convenience food. Good tfchq
Service schedule as follows pay, 964-6853
: up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT. '
Weekly services began Wed tfchg group insurance, profit 440 HWY. 3Ot S. STARKE TF Drilling: TAG
acres (portions cleared PLUS TAX &
Food'n Scat
sharing. Apply
night with .. ., ..
nesday Prayer .
and - Store South Walnut and US about miles paved State Road ww.h'lili Fast Rotary .x.PO
Meeting Terry. Friday riM.r 301. frontage) suitable for farming or
tfchg.
night Teaching and Terry FOR SALE 8 month old small stock or for subdivision) Price SAI.K::: All Tiers of Drilling EquipmentFor
FOR - --
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service. Sunday School will SALE female Chihuahua dog light $1100.00 per acre liberal terms. masking lape. The Office ..
begin service at 10:00.: Morning red. For information call 964- Shop. -

service at 11. Evening 5345. 1tp 9/5. 20 Thru 6" WellsCall
acre tract with well, It. pole 2"
!service at 7:00.: Visitors ---------- r FOR RENT 1
are FOR SALE Gravely walking and septic tank Out of city( Us For
welcome tractor $75. 40" Mower in TV Color picture tubes only $79 $23,000.00 for quick sale.
New Bethel Baptist (Church cluded. 40"x20" Steamer plus labor, Dahmers Discount. We now have a fulltime appliance Your Water System Needs

Kev. Leroy Davis, pastor. trunk $10. Fully equipped. Call tfchg. 3 BR, 1 Bath, Masonry 3 A. repairman for all your

Weekly services begin 7823429. 1tp 9/5. - FOR RENT Furnished 2 BR Cleared, Paved Road outside repair needs. 9647061Durraneer
Wednesday night with Bible -------- house. Quiet neighborhood. City.
'lass and Prayer Heeling at No Pets. 7823279. 1tp 9/5. Call Badcocks Pump a

7:10.:: Sunday services will ------- -- 964.5269INSURANCE
WATSON'SHJSE NEW HOMES: 3 BR, 2 Baths SupplyDevelopers
begin with Sunday School at OF VACUUMS t WANTED l FOR RENT Trailer 2 BR water carpeted, Can H/A/ some Of
\1:10.! :; Morning service at 11. furnished 1 1/2 miles west on appliances Garage or Carport.In AUDI

Family Day will be observed. M.iny Iji.niils ol new vacuums 100. Phone 9648797 or 964- City. 24000.00 up; Out of Under Ground Water
Hev. D. llankerson will 5471. 1tp 9/5.
City $36,000.00
>39! 00 up.
up Used machines 864 N. Temple Ave.
deliver the message at 3:00: WANTED Used furniture -- -------- 376.4551
p.m. Ebenezer Baptist Church from $10. Expert Rupairs allm..ke refrigerators, washers Dah- Keystone Heights Waterfront AT REDUCED RATES Starke Fla. 4222 NW 13lh Si
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile
will be in charge of services Parts and Accessories mer's Discount House. tfchg home with beautiful Grounds.S39OW.00. AUTO, FIRE BOAT Sales & Service TFN Gainesville
which will climax services for lor all vacuums. Built in homes outside city limits. J.B. I
-
DOYLE E. CONNER
the day.ireater. central vacuum cleaning White. Ph. 964 6114. If no tlltttttttttttlattatr .
( Allen ('Impel AME: systems. 712 N. Main, WANTED Reliable women to answer call 964 8775. tfchg. INSURANCE AGENCY
and I
Church. Hev. B. C. Williams Gainesville 3767110. TF work full and part time on Appraisals Property solicited.A..I. management. TCHG( I OLINS' MOBILE HOME SALES
chicken farm. Apply in person
pastor.' Service schedule as Rainbow Egg Farm Griffis FOR RENT Bachelor Apt. THOMAS.: Realtor' HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 ;:; '.. s ,
follows: September 10-13 MOVING MUST
SELL 14 ft. Furnished.
A/C, $80 per mo. \\VALNUTST... BRASINGTONCAD1LL.ACOLDSMOBILE tOIl
Loop. Itp .
l)74.!) Annual Conference willdart Sure Cast fiberglass 9/5y----- 633 McMahon St. Phone 964- +ii(
fishing Trl. !mi-i2(; (! : ,r: l .,a
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in Jacksonville. Hev. B. Boat, 25 hp. Johnson 6279. Itchg 9/5./
Motor SALES, &SEIVICEFihr SELECTION
Williams will LARGE OF PRE-OWNED a
( complete the Sears "2 trrtti rrtatr.hfISCEIlANEOUS
speed electric Motor ------ ----
wars work. Kev. K. K, Lamb Sears best 750 Ib. Trailer and !selection of Used Cars REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- LOW DOWN PAYMENTNew On Cadillac Trades
gull\ hold lourth and last extras. All items like Taken CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
quarterly conference. All many nished apartment. 202 North masonry homes, 3 2001 :N.w.'; iuh: :t7x-SLIIII: TF
new conditions 9
only Broadway. Itp. 9/5. bedroom. 2 bath, central heat GAINESVILLE
Ixiards are asked to please
months old. Will sell for $950,
---- --- -- -- and air, wall to wall carpets.
present written reports. at New price was $1450. Call
It ::1111. Evening: serviceal5:30.. : 4963209. 1tp 9/5. FOR RENT BRADFORD
The Junior Choir will serve for - -- -- -- REDUCE safe ft fast with VILLAGE APTS., modern, 2 bedroom frame on 1/2/ acre Sewing Machine JIMMY MOORE'S
the daI'lItl'I'}'. FOR SALE Beautiful GoBese Tablets ft E-Vap furnished, A/C,1 1 BR. walk-in in Sampson City ALCOHOLICS
:
(i t i Ut.thlrht'11I I bridal veil with tiara headpiece finger-tip "water pills" Andrews closet enclosed patio off 3 bedroom frame in town12x60mobilehomeon Repair Sun Sports
I J-'n't'\\iII'! Haptist Cluii'fh. Kev. Pharmacy 356 W. Madison, street parking. 315 1 1/2acre ANONYMOUS
dotted with tiny seed pearls. All makes cleaned, oiled and MORE BOAT FOR
.'.laspcrVilliams.. pastor. Starke. 8/15 5tp 9/12 Washington Ph. 964-8601 TF
Used once. Good as new. adjusted. $7 All work YOUR MONEY
-- -- 5 acre tracts, on paved road
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Service schedule as follows: S35. Phone 413 2210.r after 5:30: beginning Friday. guaranteed. James
north of Starke. STARKE PH 964-5791 964-5148
:Monday night the Tots 1tp 9/5.
Tiny MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also Strickland, Morgan Road andS
and Ushers' Board No.! 7 met. ---- --- --
mobile home hurricane an -16. |Ph. 964.8733 or 782- 8 A.M. 9 A.M.
Nice waterfront home. COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
Tuesday night Senior Choir FOR SALE 150 gallon fuel oil choring and mobile home roof FOR RENT: 12x60 2 bedroom 3189. Also scissors sharpened
!rehearsal! was held. Wed- tank; oil stove with fuel coating. Olin's MOBILE Home trailer on 1 acre lot on Griffis FRED SACKETT-REALTOR 1.00. tfchg STERN DRIVE SERVICE 12 MIDNIGHT 1 A.M.

nesdi'v Prayer meeting. controls Both in good Service. 964 5b06 Rt. 100 W. Loop. Call 473.3193 after 3 205 N. Temple(US-301)) AND REPAIR
Thursday night the ladies condition. Phone 9647948.1tchg Starke Fla. tfchg p.m. 1tp 9/5. 964-6522 COMPLETE FIBERGLASS 9647959REPAIR
C Circle, meet. Friday night the 9/5.
------ -- ---- Nite 468.1753Your 2 P.M. 5 P.M.
Prayer Band will meet. - -
-- -- CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGIASS'FISNING "
Saturday dinners will be sold LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast FOR RENT: Mobile home Special '' BOATS
irom! the kitchen. Sunday the FOR SALE. 75 HP Chrysler with X-11 Diet Plan $3.00. spaces. Minutes west of 1310928EMPLOYMENT
Youth will have charge of engine. 16 ft. boat and trailer. REDUCE Excess Fluids with Starke. $35 Month. You pay New Doublewide

-service 11:00: a.m.
II nt. the I Ushers will go to interest. Must sell. 4732210. 5tp 975SAWS / required. 9645606. tfchg. Real Estate 3 Br, 1 &/ Bath .. ..........eo.. ...
Ifchg!) -- -- --- -- -
Jlahh\ in.1) Evening: cruces at - Broker
ii p.m. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 BR Only $6995

:Ml./ion\MK: : (Innth. Kev. SHARPENED, work concrete house in Saratoga Sell-( Trade- :
Richard Bethel pastor. Order guaranteed Call 964-7509 or Heights. Available Sept. 1. Buy

ul service: Sunday School at FASHION CAREERLike leave at Jackson Building $125 rTo?. No children. First AppraisalsCALL 'Your Doublewide

lo. Morning service at 11. Supply, Starke or Keystone and last month plus $100
to ladies }ash
own a BILL POWELL Specialists
Evening: service al 4 p.m. ion !store All nationally Heights. tchg.BILL'S Security. Call now 378-2405 til REAL ESTATE : We are now accepting :
SI. John Baptist Church. 6 p.m. No collect calls tfchg.
famous merchandise
Hl'William Huffman, factory fresh latest styles. 964ti464ASSOCIATES Big G"MobilHomes applications in the following -

pastor. Service activity as Your customers save 50 Home Remodeling :
lollous: Weekly services per cent and often better, Service: Electrical plumbing categories: :

U-gin with Prayer Meeling shopping in the finest con and carpentry. Fast service. if Ralph Bryan Hwy 90 E. Lake City. Fla.
and Itible 'lass combinl"d.SlIlId.1 tinental atmosphere. Com its in the home we do it. Call HOUSES FOR SALEFOR :

\ School at 10 each plate inventory and beautiful 9648087.- Itp 9/5. 964-6208 752.3201 SPREADER
:\ : - ------ TF
Sunday Io..mng.Iorning
fixtures. No experience
Bob Milner :
service at II. AJternoon, necessary. Complete BRICK or block work done very SALE 1971 Vega Mobile o RECEIVING DEPARTMENT

service at t :3:00.: training program with life reasonable. Call anytime, home, 2 bedroom very clean 9646026Acreage

time assistance, back-ng, Larry Mosley 9645124.1tcfg. $500 equity ft take up PumpsNew : SHIPPING DEPARTMENT :
... -r and guidance of large 9/5. payments of $83.14. 964- 1 to 109
Y'1 nationwide company. Very ---- ---- 8756. Itp 9/5. Bradford & Alachua
if-f t+y r-> %>//' high earnings. Investmentof And UsedSALES WAREHOUSE :
-- --- -- :
S14.SOO.OO guaranteed. OPENING September 2nd, NEW 3 BR 2 Bath Cen-

PRINTINGLarge Returnable by contract 1 if Academic Kindergarten. Ages FOR SALE- By owner, concrete ,cal Heat and Air, Carpet on in Person
not satisfied. 2 125. Call Lu Sanders to block houses in town, good Wooded, high-dry acre lot, PARTS Apply .

/ # register.. Ph. 9648404. Itchg locations. Can be seen by butside city. Two to choose SERVICE 0 7:30: to 4:00: Mon. thru Fri. .
.:7Inp
: P rrrJri Write To: Mr. Joseph 9/5. appointment. Call 9645070.1tp from.
MADEMOISELLECLASSIC I DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
c ----- --- 9/5.
2121 Corporate 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. : VOGUE MFG. CO. :
-- -- -- --
Square Blvd. Suite 136 BABYSITTING in my home with Heat and Air Carpet Plumbing Supplies .
i- r'O Jacksonville, Florida from infants to pre-schoolers. FOR SALE Small 2 BR house. beautiful lot in Starke. IS x 30 .
Hot meals and snacks. Call Price $11,850 $2,850 down. family room with fire place. SERVICEON 710 S. Water St. StarkeBoyd
32214 7257724.or Call Collect ((904) 9645345. 1tp 9/5. $94.69 Monthly. Located at EXPERT .. ............. .....

615 Lafayette St. Call Nice 3 BR 1 Bath CB in Ex ALL MAKES

CUSTOM HAY BALING:i : By Gainesville. 3722633. 9/5 cellent Location PHONE 964.7061Durrance

bale or on percentage. Phone 4tchg s/26.------- Saul Brother; and Day
WANTED 782-3715. 8/22 4tp 9/12 -- Beautiful Building and mo ,

-- ------- FOR SALE 1972 Champion bile home lots inside and out and Nite Janitorial5ervices;

Carpenter Work, WilL BABYSIT Monday thru mobile homeexcellent side city. CO.
.::-- L Additions, Repairs, Friday in my home, infants condition with dishwasher, PUMP 8r SUPPLY haw merged to bring l you
New Construction. and up. Phone 9646821. hp furnished $300 and take over Want to have one built We B64-N. TEMPLE AVE.
or small, Licensed Contractor 9/5. payments or will sell un can help you there also. A complete line of services. With a larger, more experienced

-- ---...-- furnished for nothing down. staff to meet your needs promptly.
every printing job We Want Call 9648293. 1tp 9/5. CHECK WITH US HomeBusinessIndustryFloorsCarpelsWindows

Welding Work WINTERS SCHOOL OF ---------- WE MAY HAVE WHAT
gets special attention Pulpwood To Buy DANCE: Will resume classes YOU WANT HODAKASell's j Etc.

from us, assuring Carl J. Wilson ft Son Sept. 9. Phone 964-7098. HELP YOU
LILLIAN. PEARSONReal LET US Renew the beauty of your trailer home roof, patio or
SR-14 West Registration 28 & 29 between BUY SE 'LTRADEIAutomobiles I pool.
you quality V44-8334 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. 398 N. Estate 1
964.6691 Cherry. Dorothy Salazar More 1I Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam
results. '-S 4tp'-26
instructor. Aero tap, ballet & PhonelAnytimel782.3806( ) I' and-or chemical

modern. 8/15 3tp 8/29. Lawns and hedges cut- yard maintenanceJunk
Bradford 10 acres on SR-230 E ft Trail Bikes
FOR SALE: Pickett Templates,
Wilson Rd.Professional.
Lettering guides General use Used and scrap removal from homes or stores

Printers and templates Architectural., Electronic.All for Elipse sale t MotorcyclesSTARKE J building. Good Than Anyone Painting interior and exterior
location, Priced right.
at The Office Shop. Phone FOR SALE 1968 Chev. Impala.
964-6305 964-6306. A/C A/T Radio B Heater 964-5425 964-8359
2 B R,1 bath home, excellent) 496-2061 or 4962895. Barbara Else In The

CYCLE"CENTER", 2W condition good neighbor- Mosley. $700. 1tp 9/5.

PERMANENTFACTORY N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, hood. ---------- -- World Announcing The New Soil Extraction Methodof

Your authorized HODAKA
Approximately 4 12 acres
dealer. tfchg. North of Lawtey on US-301 "" .. Carpet Cleaning
EMPLOYEES WANTED ------------ :LOST AND FOUND

FRED'S BICYCLE repair and 3 BR, 2 bath. Cent J! Not Foam Shampooing or SteamingSoil
accessories, used bikes heat air. low down .

Steady Year-round employmentNo bought and sold reconditioned payrrent.Cecelia\ Extraction leaves your carpet clean,free or soap
FOUND wallet.
Ladies blue
'' bikes from $20 up. f and water and almost immediately ready for: use.
124 N, Court St. 8/29 2tp 9/5 Terwillegar, Locate; at Bradford County HOOAKAI .

Experience Necessary Earn While You Learn. ------------. Associate Telegraph 964-6305, Unda I SAIESI We are now giving Ire estimates and setting up ap
Overtime Available. Production Bonus Paid In Ad. Phone 94-5145 Thomas. Must be able to I SERVICE pointments no earlier than September 20, !'74.

ditlon To Regular Hourly Rate Fringes Include Paid
Holidays And Vacation. In Addition. Company Paid FOR klentify.SAYE fall lln. .!, Mod.'UO.k.Our.a cn.runtniorareyeUr OoCirnnd l To introduce and promote this new concept of carpet
Medical. t "UP ANTED., 1 SALE: Medium point Office Mlnl-BiM hell a KpINrNfB
Hospitalization and Major .. $ 'cleaning the first t customers will receive their carpet
Y Shop' pens;; 19' cents eatfi all malitt end rrifeeleSTARKE cleaning for Half Price... .
: '
Road A.M. $1.80.'per When
City 8:00 dozen.
Lincoln
Apply At Owen Joist FRED CYCLE
buying 8 dot, each dozen DAVIS
to SsOO P.M. Monday Through Friday. In addition we now feature odor remov.I'.nd Scotch.
coots$1.68. .
COUPLE WANTED-To work on Buy 12 dozen and
poultry, residence furnished. the price per dozen \Is 150. BUICK GMC TRUCKS- PONTIAC"A CENTER gard protection.

Contact After 7 p.m. Mr. Buy our pens and save The 207 N. Temple' a Stark
LITTLE RIDE CAN
Employer
An Equal Opportunity Russ) Raulerson 473-4466. Office Shop 135: W. Call St., 964-5425 964-8359 .

,1 1tp 9/5. Starke Fla. 32091 Phone SAVE YOU A LOT' TF 964-6020 TF
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Gold Swords Eagle Devanes Slacksf14.00Top$8.00 SLIP OF PAPER e

Priest's Lamp Every prescription Is different. Ingredients T
dose directions for use storage are just a few
DOG SALE I of the things that may vary. However one
M Mallard's 2nd Matching Lamp$13.99 fact will be the same about every prescription )
that comes into this pharmacy. That is, it will W
be handled by the pharmacist as a vitally Im
Chinese PugsMinature I Mitchell's Sunbeam Toaster$22.99Arrangement portant document. .
We realize that on that slip of paper a
doctor is giving instructions that will hopefully
I
Schnauzer t Flowers by Larry help his patient to overcome an illness. Sincewe
have been entrusted with it we feel it
should very special handling. After the
I Irish Setters Bradford Barber Shop Assorted Tonics$11.25 medicine shag! been dispensed the written pre
scription Is carefully recorded and tiled away
I for safekeeping and future reference. n
Stan's Bootery Jarman Men's Shoes$27.99 YOU OK YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE: ISwheu
-All AKCRegistered need a delivery. We will
Lambert Kay promptlyyou without extra charge. A great dl'Ii't'I'n
With Shots S 8 500 Starke Pet Center Deluxe Habtrail Hamster g e people rely on us fur their! health .
Victory urltoine iviiiirsts for delivery service and '
&Worm Treatmen! accounts.
Flea Collars Leila's $25.00 Gift Certificate
Phone 964-6757 e
Pure BredCHIHUAHUA
$4500Dog For Dependable Deliveries
& Cat Office Shop Electric Pencil Sharpener 524,95

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9Sc WoodburnsJemJewelry Ladies Pen&Pencil Set$17.00 Fla.r
Male FemaleSTARKE $4000 s es 166 W. Call Starke,
Dahmer's Set of'Stereo Head Phones$19.95
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State Rep. Jane Robinson, Wednesday's trip marked
R-Merritt Island and Henderson's first tour inside
Melbourne Village Mayor Ray prison walls, and he noted it
Henderson presented several was a valuable experience
hundred orchids and other a which will help him in his roleas
exotic plants to the inmate Criminal Justice Advisory
greenhouses at Union Committee Chairman.
Correctional Institution Rep. Robinson, who! is a
(UCI), Raiford, Wednesday member of the Florida I louse
afternoon, August 28. c of Representatives Com
They also brought more mittee on Criminal Justice,
than a thousand paperback has toured several prisons
SCI r 'w,. books and periodicals with within the Florida system
them for donation to the inmate
L Last spring, she sponsored n
library at UCI, which book drive which produced
Award houses 1,850 men convicted of thousands of volumes for
Scouts Of
70
Winning Troop felony offenses and is the donation to the correctional

:'i'Z Scouts!:!, wrri1 of:Troop 711 at the ('''lIrt..r Honor last Thursday.. Aug. Chuck Register, Mark Box Monnle Stephens, Terry Carver, largest in correctional the Florida prison Institution system's Medical Center Reception, Lake Butler and
Kenny Rodriguez Terry Mumlorff. system.
First row (11-r1): ToM. Schmidt, John Samons. Frank Cuss At the ceremony the 18 scouts were presented 22 skill The orchids were collectedby ',S iYa t
ISm kenny Stephens.I'old KitlxMts.SeioiHl Samons. Dirk Schmidt Nelson (Green; awards, 71 merit badges. Two scouts were promoted to Mayor Henderson, who 't r y USDA Graded
second class and three were promoted to tenderfoot. This requested donations from both
row: Assistant! summer eight of the scouts raced in the Suwannee River Raft the Platinum Coast Orchid v VegetablesATLANTA
:\latJlI'w Box Kevin :Miller Scoutmaster John, Freddie Stephens, Race, 15 attended summer camp at Camp Baden Powell near Society and the Brevard a
Cooper Hobby Smith, Melrose. Orchid Society alter hearing r Unless
about UCI's extensive horticulture you
vocational education State Rep. Jane Robinson of Merritt Island are blessed with X-ray vision

I 6 Sentenced On DWI ChargesSix Cracker Box program.UCI has five greenhouses greenhouse Institute.with It, D. Massey, Superintendent of pictured Union Correctional in. strip like a certain character illustrious, it is comic impossible -

to determine the
which include thousands of
defendants, chargedwith Barbara Akerley Fetrow $26, Thomas Jay Zimmerman, By Mona Marchant plants ranging from cacti and different species, many of federal Law Enforcement quality the of outside canned of vegetablesfrom the can.
driving while in- Charles Emery McDavid $36, Robert George Belson, This school year we?have exotic plants to garden which have won horticulture Administration grants tor
toxicated, were given John Henry Gelsey $36, George Andrew Adamec, quite a lot of new transfer shrubbery which are awards. The plants will be municipalities and other
probationary sentences of one Johnnie Arnett Lee, Jr $46, Leon Albert Williams, Jr., students from all over the managed by inmates under cross-bred with other governmental agencies in The USDA grade shield on
}ear each, and fined court Frank Alonzo Reneke $36, Richard Kent Passwater, United States. We have three the supervision of vocational specimens in the UCI Brevard,also brought several the label provides an unbiased
costs( of $1511! <) in each case by Edward Silas Adkins $46, Andrew Gustav Aver. students attending BHS that educational and correctional greenhouses as part of the hundred records with him. judgment of the quality of
Judge Kl/.ie Sanders in traffic Paula Gale Burtless $36, Jessie Lee Lazenby, Calvin previously attended Forest officials. botanical education program. The records will be donated to canned vegetables to aid you
court' held Wednesday, August Jeremiah Mitchell $56, Sidney Elwood Padgett, Richard Hill High School in Jackson, The UCI horticulture Some may be exhibited with the Florida State Prison in your selection.
:!!II, Tyrone James $36 and Robert Wayne McCallum, Glenda Mississippi and they' are program provides plants for other UCI plants at the (FSP) radio station. FSP is
Sentenced were Baily William Depuey $36 Brown Woodruff, Bobby Chuck, Marva, and Chris Cox. state offices, but is not permitted Greater Jacksonville Fair located about a quarter mile
Wii.Mio Walling, Michael J. Fined on other traffic violations Brooks, Juanita Gray They live in Starke on W. by law to sell plants to October 16.Henderson. east of UCI and houses the Grade A or Fancy vegetables -
Powers Mary Louise Edwards were: Kenneth Lauris Clowers, Wendell Dailey. Blanding St. in Saratoga private individuals or who is chair Florida prison system's are the most tender and
Mitchell Grady Craw- St. John and Danny Roise Dwight Harris Conley Heights, and are welcomed. businesses.The man of the Brevard County closest security inmates. The succulent. This top Cll|iilil\
lord William Thomas Ray Bass, $46 each for careless Steveson Bush, Francis Chuck, 17, is a senior and is orchids donated Criminal Justice Advisory records were donated by grade is probably the tarsi
and Sidney Tyrone James.On driving: Ervln Sims, $36, for Stephen Taylor, Charles on the starting line-up for the Wednesday included five Committee which sponsors WMMB. expensive.
other DWI charges the failure to have vehicle under Mingo Hilliard, Thomas R, Tornadoes. Chuck plays offense
cases were continued for control; Thomas F. Picknell, Mazzuco, George A. Biegler, and defense and is a fan Belt Use
Calvin Henley and Johnnie $26, for no valid driver's Carlie Spikes. tastic ball player, accordingto Safety
Arnett Lee and pleading not license. Bruce Michael Davis, Dell Coach Hurse and is a LiLi Li- REPENT REPENT -REPENT
guilty was Granver Harris 37 drivers forfeited bonds E. Bonnett, Charles Randall member of the Fellowship of IncreasingTALLAHASSEE
\\hose case was transferred to for unlawful speed: Gary Dale Perry, Howard Lamar Hart, Christian Athletes. Chuck's
the non-jury trial docket. Uyals, Jesse L. Dale, Eulio Richard Allen Sachs and hobbies are mainly football
1I1I1'risas also charged with Martinez, Paul M. McDaniel, William R. Helmer. and a lot of girl-watching, a Accord- Old Fashioned CityWide
careless driving to which he Larry George Sargent. Forfeiting bonds on other fine combination for a good ing to traffic records compiledby
pled not guilty. Keith Jeffery Flechas, traffic violations were: athlete! the Florida Highway
l.i: drivers were fined for Angela Maria Ortagus, Jose Kenneth Gregory Morgan for Marva, 15, is a junior and Patrol, more and more accident -
iinlawlul speed: Gary Patrick Gonzalez, James Herbert careless driving; Thomas F. plans to be a member of the victims are using the seat
$.IIi, Robert Lyle Johnson, Jr Prevail, Brantley Anderson Picknell and David Keith Civinette Club. She enjoys belts and safety harnesses REVIVAL.Begins
$:Ifi;, Odiaphine Williams $-Iti, Bryan, James Norris Proctor Griffis, for no valid inspection playing tennis and swimming.Chris installed in their cars and .
certificate; and James 14, is a freshman and trucks.
Frederick Loomis and Ken plays for the Junior Varsity, During 1973, 21 percent of
neth Lee Bagwell, for driving also known as the Baby the occupants of the more
H you are planning to replace your old warm-air while intoxicated.The Tornadoes. Chris plays center than 600,000 vehicles repor- September 9th
furnace this cases of Gary Patrick, and enjoys football and tennis tedly involved in traffic accidents -
year General Electric will make Linda Thomas and Paulette best of all activities. in the state were using
it worth your while to replace with a compact I Peggy Crawford for no valid the safety belts at the time of
driver's license were Saturday, September 14, impact. 7:30: P.M.
system that gives you BOTH heatingand dismissed.Four there will be a workshop held Safety experts have been

Central Air Conditioning,too! summoned juvenile, 2 were drivers fined were for at the"Florida University Forensics of Floridafor News" encouraging devices use of for the years restraining in Gospel Tent on 301 South Across From

unlawful speed, 1 for careless and Mrs. Fuller urges all of after tests indicated they
driving and 1 was released her students, all of the English greatly lessen the chance of
with a warning for violation of students as a matter of fact, to being killed or seriously in- Shopping CenterEach
S50CASHREFUND driver's license restrictions.In attend this workshop.The jured in a collision. The belts
program will begin at 8 have been required as stan-
----- a.m. and last until 2:30: p.m. dard equipment on all cars church and their members are invitedto
the Middle Ages when Everyone will meet at the sold in the nation for several
direct from GE when you purchase a iinuliuls were the principal high school and leave years; and, beginning with attend and help in this great cause to
General Electric i r \v designers not only produced Theprogram should be requires an electrical
WEATHERTRON'I pocket sundials, but set sun worthwhile, has good consultants very- mechanism that prevents the SAVE THE LOSTIf
dials In stained glass/ windowsso starting of a motor vehicle
,lots of activities, leveled
HEAT PUMP they could be read even instructions, and is conductedby unless each passenger has the your church has a special singer that would help, please

.between..,.......-.._Sept..._..0.2..w and f..ck*fm Oct M p*CMK 4,..1974.... F from indoors. Fla.Mrs. Sommers of the U. of belts in use.During 1973. 1,604 persons contact Rev. Lowe at 964-5976
4MrM.M-- j perished in accidents where
seat belts were available but

Amazing I Different I I 5 Serving Florida collision.not in use An at additional the time 110,000 of the Gospel Singing Sat., Sept. 7

Since 1950 more were injured.
ONE 1 System b aII The occupants of 138,000
gloeic L Cjrettiny Service 3nc. vehicles are listed in the FHP 1:00 P.M. in Shopping Center and
a statistics as users of seat beltsat
I : the time of their accidents.
e
'f g' Only 205 of the occupants were
CordiallyWelcomes Also in Downtown Area.
your entire home Capacity Range Mrs. 1" killed and a surprisingly low Following
Carolyn i U.iu: : ()( were injured.
efficiently and dependably. 24,000 to 60,000 "

BTU/h Eaves ___u__
The Weathertron System uses '
much less energy than an ordlThe Weathertron System Is dependable Representative q -., w..d.w--.Wv-""'
nary electric furnace. Delivers too. General Electric You and Your 1 ELECT
from 1VS to 2V4 units of heat(depending started building heal pumps In Ph. 964.5812
on climate) for every 193S. The Weathertron unit built Family To Your
unit of electricity It uses. Opertoday Is the result of exhaustive 613 S. Colley Rd. t
ating costs are surprisingly low. testing and technical skill. New Home lMy.

Call your GE Central'Air Conditioning Dealer Today for Free Estimate. StarkeThe ArthurSCHOOL
State Of FloridaIt
Many Years of Service to Bradford County

& Surrounding Areas Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Yff :

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KENNETH H. MacKAY &) A Vote For Arthur Gasklns Is A'iI'


IS AN EFFECTIVE LEGISLATOR \ .:..':.:.,...''::.;" Vote For A Wise I Investment I In Your
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:;:" :!.:: : Child's Future And Your Tax Dollar.
I $ NAMED OUTSTANDING FIRST TERM REPRESENTATIVE IN 1969
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NAMED OUTSTANDING FIRST TERM REPRESENTATIVE IN 1970


;: 4 / CHOSEN THE MOST VALUABLE REPRESENTATIVE IN 1971 ARTHUR GASKINS is active in civic and community ofGive ARTHUR GAS INS on opportunity to prove to you
fairs, and is respected for sound and economic judge- he is concerned with your child's education as well

CHDSEN) THE MOST VALUABLE REPRESENTATIVE IN 1913 ment, and will be trustworthy and reliable in spending as your tax dollar.
your tax dollar. Arthur Gaskins will be, humble In
SELECTED THE MOST EFFECTIVE IN COMMITTEE IN 1913 serving you as your school board member. He underStands -
your child's educational needs and will be a, ARTHUR GASKINS believes In Integrity and honesty .in
q// + ONE STRONG VOICE representative of all citizens as a member of the government and will never be too busy to discuss
I school board. with you your child's educational needs and improve-

1' FOR NORTH, FLORIDA ARTHUR 'CASKINS will always have an open mind to ment in our school system.

for advancement of our educational
'suggestions
Paid, Pol Adv by Malcolm Duggan Camp ltco\ and
ARTHUR GASKINS Is strong-willed, strong-minded
system and Is sincere in his desire to be your school
board member from DISTRICT ONE. straight forward.I .



ELECT Mac KMT I I have attempted sine the llrst day of qualifying to lee at many people In the county

I as possible If I have not made It to your home Its simply because there wasn't enough
BUDDY time. I would ask that you accept this as a personal visit from me to consider my

I qualification for the very Important|lob when you go to the poll on September 10.


STATE SENATE "STH DlST Your vote and active support will I be appreciatedPaid
DEM.
Pot Adv. Arthur GaskinsSt'ptt'mber5lun




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TELEGRAPH Septembers, 1971


( Almost) All

HICKORY SWEET -
About Dry Peas

SAVE Wilk SLICEDBACON
.

ATLANTA A large dry A
pea harvest, which the U. S.
Ucpart merit of Agriculture al
expects to double last year's tLL .
should mean lots of split peas !
lo serve separately or use in
ciisse soups roles., dips meat loaf and .

I'eas\ are among the oldest '- _,
cultivated! plants. Remains of N 1"j t
them have been found beneaththe \ ,
ruins of 5.000-year-old( I
dwellings in Switzerland. 1 SAVE 1 '
They were discovered! in the 1) I
relics of ancient Troy and wr
were frequently mentioned by 20c
Greek and Roman writers. ;
\I'eas can be divided into _
garden and I field varieties. PEOPAt J '
Field peas produced in the BEEF
United! Slates mostly in Idaho )
and Washington are Food
processed into split peas. Stamps
Specially grown whole peas Right
are dried! and their skins PRICES GOOD THURS. SEPT. 5 1-LB. gofurtherat Quantity Reserved:
icmoved! by a machine. A
second i machine then breaksthe THRU WED. SEPT. 11 PKG. "nnDiX/e/ WINN-DIXIE COPYRIGHT STORES 1974c.fa INC.
peas in half.
Split peas cook faster than
whole peas. Boiled gently, the
retain their shape until cooked
through. More cooking will USDA CHOICE BEEF ROILED W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE SIRLOIN ALL VEGETABLE


(distinctive forming'iluM'the Split: peas a peas soup have flavor to or disintegrate a a mild puree.and but an ROAST TIP ROAST "i.'s WESSON OILSAVE


ability to combine well with ,

many: foods.They are.a gold vegetable SAVE 18 SAVE $0169 .. 1 $ 128

lo accompany a meal entree. $
To make 2''.> cups of cooked 51a 70cLI.. .OoM w 31c
-.plit peas ((0 servings). begin Le. "OoA. .
with 1 cup dry :split peas 2 13 38-oz.
l'ulIater and '_ teaspoon 13 '
salt. Wash and drain the split U. S. CHOICE BOTTLE
Put the split and LB. LB
peas peas Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette
water in a pan. bring to boiling
and boil 2 minutes. Remove
Irom heat cover and let soak USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES' ) W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ASTOR FRUIT
1 hour. Then add salt and

hUll bring:until gently tender.to boiling.about Do not 20 Cover stir.minutes and GROUND BEEFi99 CHUCK ROAST : COCKTAIL

Casseroles: are one good
way lo feature the split pea's Ast r SAVEsLV1
!
versatility in teaming with SAVE ufro( !
$ $

oilier foods.lMf-STOVK SOc 31eII., / i; TA/1/ 4 56c I

3 98. yw
CA.SSKKOI.K: SAVE $1.20 5 LB. I
I small onion 10-IB. PKC. a 16-oz. I

1 pound cups cooked ground beefs or canned $ 749 PKG. LB. I CANS

tomatoes: Limit 4 with $7.50 or mare purchase excluding cigarette
L
1 cup uncooked l rice
1 cupater
I tablespoon :sugar SAVE 20c THRIFTY MAID MUSHROOM VEGETABLE W/BEEP,
cooked SAVE 20c SUPERBRAND CREAMED SAVE lie FRESH BOSTON BUTT SAVE lOc W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP OR VEGETARIAN

Sail!Chop! : cups and onion.pepper Put ground as split you peas beef like Cottage Cheese 2cl5p p99c Pork Steaks LB.98c Stew Meat . LB. $149 Soup . O I 10'/101-CANS $1| 00 i I

.mil onion in a pan. Cook until SAVE 90c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN BONELESS SAVE 3lt W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR TASTY THRIFTY MAIDTomato
meat is browned. Drain off Steak $179 1 T-Bone Steaks $198 Veal Patties $149 1 6''/ o1. $1 1 I
Tip
fat. Add tomatoes rice water . LB. LB. Soup CANS
and sugar. Cover and boil TASTY TWELVE 4-oi. SIZE SAVE 31e W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN OR TOP SAVE 38c MUELLER ELBOWMacaroni SAVE 3Bc ASTOR PRUITCocktail

gently rice\ is about tender.25 Add minutes split peas until Beef f Patties 3 PRO LB $199 Round Steak lB. $198 . 5 PKGS.8-01. $100 . 7 CANS B-.I. $100 1

salt and pepper. Meat slowly QUARTER LOIN SLICED SAVE 31t W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP BONELESS SAVE Me THRIFTY MAID CRACKIN' GOODPotato

servings.Here's until hot.. Makes :six one-cup Pork Chops lB $109 1 Round Steak lB $188 Tomatoes 5 CANS $1 1 Sticks 7 CANS;::; $1 1

SAVE lOc SUNNYLAND TENDER (HALF OR WHOLE) SAVE Sic W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEP NEW YORK SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAID CUT SAVE 67c THRIFTY MAID WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE

One Kind Smoked Hams LB89C Strip Steaks . u. $198 Green Beans 5 CANS 16'01. $100 1 Corn . .10 CANS 8'01. $100 1

SAVE f lie FRESH BOSTON BUTT SAVE 3le W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF THRIFTY MAIDPotted SAVE A7c THRIFTY MAID MIXED

of Freeze YonNeedn't Pork Roast . LB.88c Chuck Steak LB. $108 Meat. 6 CANS' et' $1 1 Vegetables 1 10 CANS 8 01 $1 1

Worry

ASTORCOFFEE U.S. No.1 VENT VUE
About "MIX OR MATCH

ATLANTA:-'; So you've POTATOES(20IB.
listened! to the L". S. Department '. 33-01. ..,,. THI RIPRISNINO DRINK

\about retail of Agriculture's beef specials alerts, and . . . $ ((20-IB. BAG $1.33))

stocked: up your freezer at 16-01. CANS THRIFTY MAID
bargain ;Nowyou get to $ RADfe
prices. STEWED TOMATOES
enjoy SAVE .
your savings. I
Generally: it is easiest to at-oi. CANS THRIFTY MAID
thaw However meat before situations cooking come it. 1 CAN-LB 19c CUT GREEN BEANS . 0 LB. 8

about when you can't do that. 17-01. CANS GRIIN GIANT FOR
The most obvious answer is to GREEN PEAS BAGMORTON
ahead and cook the beef . . .
go Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette
frozen which is not difficult at
all. if follow a couple of
you ASSORTED MEAT
THRIFTY MAIDCORNED
simple pointers.The "MIX OR MATCH"SAVI
most important thing to 1 7c 4.... CANS THRIFTY MAID .
remember is that obviously BEEF DINNERSEXCEPT I
\ou must allow more time for VIENNA SAUSAGE . ,,
irozen meat to cook since the SAVE17c-16-THRIFTYMAI000LD
heal must first thaw out the ( HAM A BEEf)
meat before it even begins to SAVE CREAM OR W.K. CORN . 4$
cook It, taking more meat and f/ Mald 13-ot.CAN3-THRIFTY MAID
time. How much more time $
depends upon the size. shape 29c TOMATO SAUCE . $
and thickness of the meat. A IAVI 17c 14-01. CANS THRIPTY! MAID

good one-third/ general to one-half idea is again to allow as "NF OBEEF APPLESAUCE . .
long/ tor roasts. However, to 17-oz. 16.... CANS THRIFTY MAID FOR 11oz.

braise Irozen steaks pot roasts allow or CAN CUT BEETS . . . PKGS.SAVE I
\thick Irozen
about the same cooking time
for defrosted cuts.
as JIFFY TURKEY GRAVY. SALISBURY STEAK. VEAL PARMIGIAN,
If you are broiling frozen lOc CRACKINGOOD CALIFORNIA i SEEDLESS U S. No. I YELLOW MEAT LOAF :CHICKEN I ft BISCUITS

cuts further be sure Irom to the keep heat the source meat Saltines . 2 S.88c White Grapes LI.39c Onions . 5AG 79C Entrees . 72'PKG.'t: 99c

so that the meat doesn't get CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTER U S. 1'1.., 1 RIPE ft JUICY TYSON CHICKEN. BEEF. OR TURKEYPastries TYSON 'N-/ASKET

overly is cooked.brown! before the inside . 2 PKGS.10.... $100 Peaches . 3 & 89C Pot Pies . 5 ss *1 Chicken . S? $199
Frozen meat combination
SAVE Ac DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH JUMBO SWEET JUICY ASTOR POW SAO FRENCH PRY

dishes without are thawing best when first.reheated If they Bread . 2 LOAVES 2601. 88C Honeydews lEACH 69C Orange Juice 6 rSa:: 99C Potatoes 4 Y2 &. M19
are in a watertight container
they can be partially thawed SAVE I3. DIXIE DARLING BROWN N" SERVE SEEDED OR VINE RIPE POX D8 LUXE HAMBURGER. SAUSAGE OR _STI 0' SEA

water immersion lor a few minutes in lukewarm just Cluster Rolls 3 Bst;: $1 Tomatoes . 3 LI3. 99C Cheese Pizza ':;;:? 69 Perch Fillets VSt. 79cSAVE

long/ enough to make it easy to SAVE lOc DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON. FRUIT OR HARVEST FRESH STOUFPErS ALMOND .CRUNCH. CHOCOLATE C44Ie.. flT BMOV* SEA FLOUNDER OR

tainer.remove: the food from the con Pecan Buns PKG.' 53C Green Cabbage 12C Pound Cake tilt 69C Haddock Fillets Vte- 99C

Complete thawing of meat .. ...... ... ..... .. _______ _. .. __________
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combination temperature dishes may at permit room .. EXTRA. ..f r- EXTRA ; EXTRA 11:11 EXTRA

and growth is not dangerous recommended bacteria for, ..4L..,. ...GREEN...... COVMM STAMPS W W......M I I d7 win ...GREEN..- CIMPBII STAMPS AM*MMCNAM W :. I I 4..."..MWMM GREEN K.KHM STAMPS AM.nHftl.M m I I /1.1.1(q.Y.1..1.n GREEN STAMPS M-- r 1 : .1"1...M(W.NW GREEN...11..111.1 STAMPS r ,;
commercially or home- 1 1 THREE SVi-oi. CANS 1 1
prepared food of this type. THREE CANS lO-oi. SEGO ONE 12.... CAN I CASTLEBIRRTSSnack ONI 200 REYNOLDS WRAP ONI 2LI. PKO. FREEZER QUEEN '
So don't let the fact that you 1 Liquid Diet SpamGOOD : Aluminum Foil Meat Dinners
have nothing thawed for GOOD THRU SEPT I'1 ';',. THRU SEPT. 11 : 1 "T" GOOD THRU II PT. II i OOOO THRU SEPT. 11 i w'" OOOO THRU SEPT. 11
dinner keep your family from No. 31 .. .. .. ",....,. No. 52 t lOC1 ...Mitt NO. 54 .,,............,. No. 33...am lagM .t_..iit r
enjoying the pleasures of beef ----'S .... ........ ....... ..5

eatmg.i those beef And specials keep looking in May.for EXTRA. EXTRAk ; EX..R Ex.-R Ex..A, ,

-d7f.......GREEN....... -STAMPS...h.....r I I JfA.,.. -GREEN-.-STAMPS W 11111W. r I I .1.111.1"1-GREEN--STAMPS.e-e I I iy? .Wf GREEN-STAMPS OS.nrr!. I I Jni--GREEN-STAMPS--- ;
1 ONE 4 IB. OR MORE USOA OR. "A" QUICK FROZEN c ::12.... BOX 1 THRU QUARTS 1 1
If would be far easier to USDA CHOICI BEEP 1 W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTED IUSBURY' HUNGRY JACK HOOD HARVEST PRISM (SI.** Up) '
lose weight permanently if Rib Roast Turkey Instant Potatoes Orange Juice Fruit Basket -
1
weren'tal I
replacement parts 1 GOOD THRU SEPT. I II I fn:, 0000 THRU SEPT. II bS.: OOOO THRU SEPT.'II 1 OOOO THRU MPT. 11 1 OOOO THRU SEPT. 11
) handy in the refrigerator.. No. 6.. ,??. inf., ...,.,..,t No. 57.. .....lOOL ... No. 38..Taw 1..., __...,, No. 59..__.....__. No OU ..VM*..C4 HI IIII II>..
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