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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 26, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Doors Second Primary Bradford
Hospital County Supervisor of

a Elections Neva Flynn

t B predicts a 55 percent voter

Remain ClosedIn turnout, an 11.6 percent
& r drop from the September

10 track record of 66.6.

Only'one run-off contest
a v! remains on the local level
Lake ButlerLAKE
where First Primary head

man, J. T. Parrish andrunnerup
. BUTLER Local study for the operation ofThe
: ''rti Maurice Ed-
1 residents will remain withoutthe Union County Hospital. Soon
services of Union General after it's closing on May 13, wards, Jr are competingfor
with the Board of Trustees' the Southern Adventist Health the District 5 School
rejection Tuesday night of a and Hospital System, Inc., of Board seat.Parrish .
ti ; proposal by Health Care Orlando conducted a survey of cornered
30.6
Facilities, Inc. of Fort the prior operation of the percent of the vote in the four-
Lauderdale to reopen the facility and declined to take man First Primary
hospital.The (See Page 12))

I 4 Il 25-bed hospital has been
closed since May 13. Official
rl notice of tbe hospital board's
; { t, rejection was made at a VotersElect
special called meeting
Tuesday,Sept.24,of the Union
County Commission.

Health Care Facilities'

Bradford High varsity cheerleaders who shout their proposal had been under
Tornadoes on to victory each Friday night are (l-r) Front consideration since Friday,
1974 Bradford High Cheerleaders row: Kathy Locke, Develyn Mathews, Margaret Norman; September 20, when an in- EppsSTARKE
back row: Sonja Biggs, Nancy Ormsbee. Brenda Guion co- formal get-together and
captain Laura Kay Thomas, and captain Gloria Strickland. discussion on the proposal was
held at the hospital by An unusually
members of both boards and small turnout of city voters

officials management of the firm.health care Epps boosted, 39,newcomer to the Group Harold 3

.J.'d2Run a Qffs On. Ballo.t In>lJnion 'Funderburkr Bernie Boxx, representingHCF and Paul over seat Carlton by! a 413 Chastainin votemain

at the meeting, offered to Tuesday's run-off election. :Maurice Edwards.
enter into an agreement with School Hoard
LAKE. BUTLER Two local 'r'I (Bobby) Hawkins narrowlywon from the U.S. Navy. He is the Hospital Board of Trustees Epps polled 59J! ( votes to elimination, with 1,119 votes,
county the right by 15 votes to married to the former Chastain s 183 as only 790
races, one on the and the Union County Com- leading the. pack in seven of
School Board and one on the contest Dukes in the second Geraldine Rosier and they missioners. voters went to the pollsHarold the county's 17 precincts.
County Commission, will be primary. Walter F. Williams, have four children. Andersonis The management Edwards was close behind
decided Tuesday, October 1, number three man Sept. 10, r a member of the New River agreement was to be Grr"' .d with 940 votes, and six
in Union County's Second polled 416 votes to Hawkins' Congregational Methodist negotiated for a five year precincts to his credit.
Democratic Primary.In 431.The Church and the Masonic period, with a provision that r
other two seats on the Lodge. either party could terminate t Both men "never stopped
a three man Sept. 10 race School Board were decided Donald G. Dukes is a upon a written 90 day notice. A running" after the First
for District 2 County Com- I Sept. 10, when incumbent A lifelong resident of Union management fee called for the Primary staying in hot
missioner voters Tommy Mobley outpolled of to pursuit of the 890 votes garnered -
$36,000
1,678 gave County, .and is seeking his payment per year
incumbent Gerald Griffis 769 Nathan Trowell for the fourth term on the School be paid to HCF from revenues by outgoing incumbent
votes, Robert J. (Bobby) District 1 seat by 371 votes. Board. He is married to the derived from the hospital Seeber D. Goodman, and 702
Anderson 612, and eliminated Mobley, the top vote-getter in former Marie Hilton, and they operation.HCF tallied by William G.
Ellcano Reeves with 297, that election received 977 to have three children. Dukes is would have full Graudons on September 10.
forcing a run-off between Trowell's 606.Incumbent. a member of the Harmony authority for the operation of With the school board "yes
Griffis and Anderson in next Ray Powell with Free Will Baptist Church and the hospital and would be man" issue out of the way (all
Tuesday's second primary. 720 tallies lost out to Pamela serves on the Board of responsible for securing a incumbent candidates
Deacons of the church. medical staff and physicians, defeated in the First
t -- Carl R. (Bobby) Hawkins, is hiring and discharge all Primary) both Edwards and
Bobby Anderson Donald Dukes a longtime county resident employees of the hospital, Parrish are basing their
County Commission School Board from Worthington Springs. He establishing rates to be Second Primary efforts on
is married to the former Ida charged for rooms and ser "seeing the mostest with the
The other seat on the Bolls Thomas who polled 911 Crawford and they have three vices,issuing bills for services busiest" appeal for votes.
commission was decided for the District 5 seat on Sept. and to collect and to During First
I children. He is a farmer and a manage Epps! Primary campaigning
September 10, when long-time 10.Gerald member of the Harmony Free and direct the purchasing and Edwards was the
veteran commissioner the Griffis is a lifelong Tuesday for the single city
Will Church.Bluegrass leasing of all equipment, more vigorous denouncer of
incumbent, and the board's I resident of Union County, born Baptist material and supplies.In run-off vote."That's "yes men,"while Parrish said
Ww present chairman, J. Felton 'Cr and raised in the Raiford poor," said a tired he would be neither a yesmanor
X Smith lost his seat to Archie District, married to the for- FestivalThe addition to the $36,000 Clerk Merrill Edwards of the a no-man, determining
Clemons by a margin of only mer JoAnn Dobbs. They have management fee, HCF would 38 percent turnout Tuesday each vote on its merits.
16 votes. Clemons polled 811 to I four children. Griffis is J> Third Annual Florida require the employment of a compared to 59 percent of the
Smith's 795. building contractor and State Bluegrass Music Con- resident administrator and city's 2.086 voters who went to Edwards is a seasoned, but
The District 3 School Board I operates the Townhouse vention will be held at The controller who would be the polls in the first primary so far unsuccessful candidatefor
post is the other seat to be i Restaurant in Lake Butler. He New Bluegrass Florida considered as employees of Sept. 10 when three races several county offices,
Is a member of the Raiford Country Music Park four while Parrish, best known
determined next Tuesday. HCF, but whose salaries were on the ballot. "We can't
1650 voters failed Sept. 10 by a I I, Baptist Church and the miles west of Middleburg off would be paid from hospital heir it, though. The county
margin 44 votes in restoring Masonic Lodge. Hwy. 218 October 4 6. revenues and charged off as be the same way next
incumbent Donald G. Dukes in Robert J. (Bobby) An- Convention hours are 5 p.m. operating expenses of the week," Edwards continued.
his re-election bid. The voters derson, has been a resident of until noon. Friday, 11 a.m. til hospital. Epps, a controller in the a
Gerald Griffis gave two contenders 847 Bobby Hawkins the Raiford District since midnight Saturday and 10 Health Care Facilities is the National Guard maintenanceSee
County Commission tallies to Dukes 803. Carl R. School Board 1946, following his discharge a.m. til 5 p.m. Sunday. second group to conduct a ( I'age 12)) 11"f


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I Importance Uj Santa re' Swamp: l o Floridan Aquifer Stresseddue ,I


me importance 01 Santa re weeK. mtssien in Tallahassee ana 01 water a_ day into the to its d*.II s':( 1't Id "I so anImportant acres near State Road luu
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Swamp to the Floridan included on the list of Florida Floridan Aquifer, con- wildlife area: being typical Florida sandhill i
Aquifer was stressed by AI Csantos said the swamp endangered lands for possible tributing to the water supplyof inhabited by deer, bobcats, terrain. The swamp is owned iI I
Csantos, environmental area, including 5,527 acres in purchase under a state bond the entire North and Cen- panthers, and perhaps even amost entirely by Mrs.
planner with the North Bradford County and ap- program. tral Florida area. bear. The swamp also has a Dorothy McMillan of
Central Florida Regional proximately 1,000 in Alachua, Not only is the swamp t high esthetic value, he said. Charlotte, N.C. and the new
Planning Council, In a talk at has been recognized by the The speaker said the local valuable for its water con- Most of the swamp is in assessment is $100 an acre on
the Starke Rotary Club lastBradford Interagency planning Com- swamp puts 43 million gallonslachua tribution, Csantos said, but hardwood, with about 300 the swampland, and from $500to
$700 an acre on the small

VOTE -May- Join In EffortInternal To Preserve Swamp Area new acreage assessment of highland., the At total the School J,T ParrUh Board

amount of taxes realized by prior to the campaign in the

Tuesday! Steps to cooperate with Improvement Fund the Bradford County Corn- soon to the Alachua- County- Alachua Counties petition the the county from the swamp western part of the county, is
Alachua County in promoting has already been adopted by mission and will be presented Commission for similar ac Board of Trustees of the In- will be approximately $7,000. making his first and surprisingly -
Don't Let George Do Iti! the preservation of Santa Fe ternal Improvement Fund to Before the reassessment, the strong bid for
Swamp as a water rechargearea 44 tion.The resolution states: acquire this tract of land In swamplands were assessed at political office.
----- were described to the County Employees Sign Up "Realizing that with the increase order to preserve it in its $50.Csantos ST\TERACES ..
Bradford County Zoning in population of natural beautiful and wild said that the Run-offs in three state races''
TORNADOESMeet Board Tuesday night by For Cost Free Insurance Plan Florida, water becomes moreof state, and also to assure both greatest threat to the swampis remain to be settled Tuesdaywith
zoning director L.M. Gaines. a problem every day, counties of an adequate water its proximity to U.S. 301, most attention centeredon
BUCHHOLZFriday. 44 county employees are several months ago and Bradford County is fortunate supply." and the fact that the portion in the donnybrook now being ;
Gaines said the two counties taking advantage of a cost authorized a call for bids on a to have good drinking water Bradford County is presently waged by incumbent Comp-
.8 p.m. will have the backing of the free health-life insurance plan monthly premium basis. and we would like to be The Swamp is included on zoned RIA (residential). The troller Fred 0, (Bud) #
the State's list of Alachua
environmentally in is
North Florida Regional being put into effect by the Out of 12 bids received on assured that this good fortune endangeredlands zoned portion County the Dickinson and his peppery
Citizens Field Board of Com continues. The water agricultural, opponent Gerald Lewis.
County drinking
Planning Council in this effort the coverages specified by the eligible for purchase by said.
speaker Dickinson has branded "
Gainesvilleflnmmunftij In Alachua
missioners. Bradford and
and quoted an environmental commissioners Florida Blue
the state to insure their Csanto recommended that Lewis several kinds of liar
c:._.. planner, on thecouncil's Following an explanation of Cross-Blue Shield was the counties Is drawn from the is protection. At the present Bradford and Alachua County including "damned," while'''
staff as saying the policy benefits by a lowest bidder at a rate oftS.5o Floridan Aquifer, which time, however, the local join forces in an effort to have the provocative Miamlan
.
Wlit ( swamp supplies 45 million of Florida $ month for each recharged .from numerous
representative Blue per swamp is not scheduled for the state purchase the swampas brandishes for TV-viewers a
gallons of water a day to the Shield with the cost to be ponds and swamps in Brad-
&tatt Cross-Blue at a employee, purchase until all other en- an endangered area of the Tampa Tribune
stank; Floridan Aquifer a major meeting held Tuesday afternoon paid by the commissioners. ford County. Of these, the dangered lands on the list Although included on the list, with copy a streamer headline
source of water for north and 44 employees were Dependents of employees may most important is the area have been purchased. The Csantos said the Santa Fe Bud Dickinson Invokes
central Florida signed up for the new insurance 'also be Insured for an additional known as Santa Fe Swamp. proposed joint action by Swamp, under present plan, Fifth."

w..t p......t_,c... plan. ) charge of l.27 "Therefore, be it resolved Bradford and Alachua is will not be purchased until Lewis constantly needles
A joint resolution to be The 'commissioners ap- month,but this amount will be that the joint County Commissions designed to move the swampup after all other endangeredlands Dickinson, now under grand
presented to Trustees. the proved the new insurance plans (See Page 12)) of Bradford and on the State's priority list. have been purchased. (See Page 12)

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Nov. 2ndThe Robert Mullins, Jr., a Charles Johns, Mrs. A.J.
and streamers complimentingthe Eaves and Mrs Henry
Margaret Rebecca recent bride,was honored at a
colors of their dresses and Godwin at the home of the
Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Coca-Cola party Wednesday
Bradford County Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr. of bouquets. afternoon of last week givenby la tter.
Hospital Auxiliary had a Starke became the bride of Bruce Jackson, brother of Mrs George Winkler Mrs The party was held on the
covered dish dinner Monday attended the where the refreshmenttable
Bruce J. Scott, son of Mrs. the bride, groomas patio
IIW in the Methodist Fellow- with red
covered
night a
best man. Groomsmenwere was
Edna M. Scott and the late
ship Hall at their first general Julian D. Scott of Heilbron Tom, Marc and Rick Flower Arranging and white checked cloth and

meeting of the fall. Springs on Saturday evening, Jackson, also brothers of the centered with an arrangementof

Fall permanent arrange Sept. 14, at 6 o'clock. bride, and A. G. (Sonny) Explained To red poppies in a copper I
ments were used at intervalson The double-ring Loudon, III, cousin of the 4 kettle.
the dining tables. The performed in ceremonywas the First bride. The men of the wedding Y Woman's Club Mrs. R.S. Mullins was

arrangements were several Baptist Church in Keystone party and the father of thebride Mrs Charles Goodowns, Mrs. Robert hall Mrs. James K. among the 25 guests attending
that are on sale in the Hospital Heights by the Rev. Barry D. were dressed in light Smith, Mrs. Jim Lawson at Junior Luncheon, Gainesville Larry Williams of Flowersby between the hours four and
Hospitality Shop. Mrs L. C. blue Windsor cut suits with Hilton. five o'clock.
Van Deventer of Montgomery, the speaker at I
Larry was
Early, chairman of the shop, royal blue velvet vests, lapels Club Women Attend the luncheon-meeting of the The hostesses presented the
stated that gifts, stationery, Ala.The couple exchanged their and bow ties.Following Woman's Club of Starke honoree with a Tupperware
Luke boxed candy, knickknacksand the the canister set as a memento of
ceremony Fall Board
Christmas items dis- wedding vows before a golden MeetingThe Wednesday of last week.
are
couple was honored at a the occasion.
arch with lighted Crews an
tapers Mrs. Lester gave
at the and avail-
Engagement Told able played to the public.shop flanked on either side by a reception in the Woman's Clubof Florida Federation of with frequent appearances of inspiring devotional followedby

Charles Gay of Jackson- golden spiral with lighted Starke. Greeting the guestsat Woman's Clubs held its an the Junior Mascot"Winnie the luncheon served by
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee ville, introduced by George tapers. At the front of the the door was Mrs Margie nual fall board meeting at the Pooh". members of the executive
i Stefanelli of Gainesville announce Canova, demonstrated an rostrum on either side was a Dowling. Standing in the Hilton Hotel in Gainesville Seminars,council meetings, board with Mrs. John C.
1 the engagement and Audio-Visual communication large basket of white gladioli receiving line in the lounge September 22-27. luncheon, fashion show and Greene, chairman.The .

approaching marriage of their system, that is proposed for interspersed with pink, were the bride and and bridal groom, The Junior Women activities Junior Cluster were events speaker's table was
daughter. Linda June, to the hospital, for communication lavender and yellow chrysan- their parents atten were held Sunday and held. Attending all or portionsof centered with an arrangementof
dants. The mantel in the
David William Luke, son of between the patients and themums and fern. Two gold Monday. The theme for the the activities were Junior pine cone lillies and fern.
Commander and Mrs. Manuel the nurses station. tree candelabras with burning lounge was draped with two days was "Winnie Takes Woman's Club of Starke Caladium leaves, gladioli
uke of Deerfield Beach. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, presi- tapers were on each side of the sprengeri fern and centeredby Juniors to Great Heights" president, Mrs. Charles Good- florets and day lillies centered
Miss Stefanelli is the dent, read the resignation of rostrum at the lower level. an arrangement of pink, owns, Mrs, Bobby Autry, Mrs. each of the luncheon tables. ..
granddaughter of Mr. and Arthurine Blanchard as Nuptial music was providedby lavender and yellow carna- Alicia Steffa, Mrs. Robert Mr. Williams discussed his
:Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and Mr. treasurer and accepted the Mrs. Henry Greene at the tions and pompoms.Mrs.J. D. Weeks ChapterUDC Hall, Mrs. Jim Lawson, Mrs. training for floral arrangingand fi.61 earU61CQ
and Mrs. Russell Norman of nomination of Mrs. Olin Whiteto organ. Marc Jackson, brotherof Warren invited the guests into Marty Payne, Mrs Pat his continued attendanceat ; ;
To
Starke. the office. Mrs. Houston the bride, was soloist. the main room for refresh. Meet Welch, Mrs. Jerry Wilson and weekend Florist Designer's .Jl

i The wedding will take place McClane and Mrs. Cleo The bride, escorted down ments. Mrs. James K Smith schools. He stressed the use of ..
Oct. 18.Barbara. Redding were welcomed as the aisle by her father and !Mrs. W. T.Jackson,Jr.table Oct.2The permanent and treated i
t given in marriage by her the bride's book at a flowers and greenery. He told I
for church
i prospective members. W.T. Weeks chapter, Looking a
i :Miss Lillian Stump, finance father and mother, was lovelyin covered by a lace cloth and U.D.C. will meet Wednesday, of the problems with the rising home? Looking for a place I
held bud with Reunion Set
vase
Schmitt of silk Her a crystal a Dyal for florists
of materials
chairman. announced that the a gown organza. Oct. 2, at 3:30: p.m. at the costs to worship God among I
will have molded bodice was enhancedby single pink rose. of Mrs. O.L. and the problems of wiring warm-hearted Christianswho I
s Auxiliary a rum home Beasleyand
And Harold Harris an overlay of Venice lace The bride's table was For Green CoveThe flowers. He showed fall
mage sale on Saturday. Nov. covered with embroidered !Mrs. J.W. Kincaid with many love Christ and one i
2. Members were asked to and featured a sabrina neck an !Mrs. L.D. Vining as co- arrangements from his shop. another? '
Marry Sept. 20 bring items for sale to line. Satin ribbon encircledher cutwork cloth with nylon over- hostess. Dyal family reunion Mrs. Eugene Tanner,
Stump's Store or to Mrs. tiny waist, ending in a bow lay and was centered by the will be held Sunday, Oct 6. at presided over the First Baptist Church of

Schmitt and Baldwin. Also to evaluate the with streamers at the back traditional three tiered 1 p.m. in the Green Cove business meeting. She appointed Starke is the end of your

Charles Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt announce the items, if possible, and mark The full Bishop sleeves of silk wedding cake flanked decoratedwith by two Eastern Star Springs City Park. Familiesare Mrs. M.A. Baldwin, search for a friendly
candelabras
silver
terminated to a deep requested to bring dinner. Mrs. Robert Barksdale and
the sizes, if clothes are organza church)i Try it --- you'lilike
of their daughter
marriage brought in. lace cuff of Venice lace at the yellow pompoms and Supper Set Mrs. E.A. Hall to study the illHear )
Barbara Ann to Harold pink bows.The bridal bouquetwas
suction wrist. The gown was worn new house rules and plan for
three machinesthat
James Harris, son of Mr. and The poised over layers of net and placed in front of the cake Starke chapter No. 225, Carlton ReunionSet implementing them to take
the Choir
:Mrs. Truman E. Harris, all of were purchased by bridal taffeta with the full carrying out the colors of the Order of the Eastern Star, will care of questions arising from the great Youth
for the have Morning at
hospital Sunday
Auxiliary sing
Starke. wedding. The cake was servedby have a covered dish For 29
skirt and chapel length train supper Sept. their
been delivered and the $1,100 use. 11:00 o'clock)II!
The wedding was solem- bill has been being encircled by a wide Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. R. Saturday, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. in The Fall board meeting of :
nized Sept. 20 in Brunswick.Ga. paid. G. Paterson. the Masonic Hall. reunion
She The Carlton family
band of Venice lace. worea F.F.W.C. was announced for Hear
Juliet cap of satin trimmed The main punch table was All Masons and their will be held Sunday, Sept. 29, in Gainesville. A our pastor preachthe
A reception for the couple Alpha Gamma with lace and scattered with centered by a large silver and families are invited to attend. at Lake Butler lakeside park. delegation from the Starke blessed hope I

and the immediate familieswas pearls. Attached to this was a cut glass epergne with pink, All friends and relatives are Club will be attending Sept. 24.
held brother-in-law at the home of and thebride's Meeting Sept. /17 bouffant elbow length veil of lavender and yellow pompoms invited to attend. !Mrs. Gladys Wasdin. Mrs. Call information 964-6562 for and more free
DUPLICATE BRlnGECLl'n
silk illusion. Her and sprengeri fern flanked by
only orna- David Browning and Mrs. W.
sister. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. HESl'LTSByron transportation to First
On Monday night, Sept. 17, ment was a diamond pendant, two crystal punch bowls with Marchant were elected to
:Miller in Brunswick followingthe Fountain and Billie BaptistBen
members of Alpha Gamma a gift from the groom. She silver and crystal compotes membership.
ceremony.The chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa carried a Prelude cascade of holding nuts and mints. The Johnson were the winning" Mrs. R. P. McLendon is
couple is residing at met at the home of Laurie miniature pink and white car punch table in the Sunroom tcouple" at Duplicate Bridge visiting Mrs Jim McLendonand OYYOrOr4THOrs. ++ 'P.'BryantPastor
Kingsley LakeWoods r.iullins for the first regular nations interspersed with was covered with a Swiss ecru Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. children in Blowing Rock, Olive Ryder spent
meeting of the year baby's breath with touches of cutwork cloth featuring a five Ari Watana were second and N. C. for several weeks while several days this week with
Family During the business session, sprengeri and ivy backed by branch candelabra with Mr. and Mrs. Richard James McLendon is in Florida on her aunt, !Mrs. J. E. Wilson William George
Min. of Music
conducted by Frances three strands of pearls and burning tapers and a floral were third. business. while enrouto to Waynesville

Holds ReunionThe Hamilton, reports from the picot satin streamers. arrangement in the wedding N. C.
Shuford colors. Serving punch were
various committees were Miss Deborah .
heard. Gladys Thomas passedout served as maid of honor with Mrs. L. V. Hardin, Mrs.

family of Mrs. Linnie L the attractive yearbooks Miss Bonnie Trisler and Miss Malcolm Sanders, Mrs. J. E.
Woods and the late John S. which she and her committee Joan Hinson, both of Hampton [ Tomlinson and Miss Pamela Everything/ Beautiful

Woods held a reunion and designed and prepared.In as bridesmaids. Miss Dobbs.
covered dish dinner Sunday at keeping with the year's Shuford wore an A-line floor Flower petals were given to
the home of Mrs. Rose McConnell theme, "Appreciation of Our length gown of pink crepe fea- the guests at the reception by
on US 301 South. :Nation': a program of slideson turing an empire waist with the bride's nieces, Melissa When You Save
The 89 attending includedthe Williamsburg, Jamestownand lace inserts at the necklineand and Priscilla Jackson, who
nine sons two daughtersand Yorktown was presentedby in the sleeves, and tied in wore matching floor length
their families. Sandra Duncan. a bow at the back. Miss gowns of yellow print. The

Plans were made to make Following the meeting, refreshments Trisler wore a gown of guests lined up on either side Regularly
the reunion an annual affair. were served by lavender and Miss Hinson's of the doorway and tossed the
:Mrs. :Mullins and co- gown was pastel yellow. Each petals at the bridal couple as ,.
hostesses Mary Agnes carried an arm bouquet of they left the reception.
Ferguson and Evelyn Sin- carnations and baby's breath After a trip to Gatlinburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Louin Redding clair complimented by a satin bow Tenn. and Cherokee, N. C the Guaranty Federal
several days last week
spent and streamers in colors corresponding couple will reside at the ,
with Mr and Mrs. Guy Andrews -
Jackson
cottage on Spring
with their dresses.
and also visited Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Dukes visited her
Lake until their new home on
Their hats of
picture were
Ethel Sewell in Little Switzerland sister. Mrs. Truby Hodge in white straw with satin ribbonDOUBLE Butler Road is completed in 1 Presents Weekly
N. l'I Jacksonville Monday October.

I / :P_...-: 'Ir": tn.. I Bradford The bride High is a School graduate and of Grow Power

received her A. A. degree
VAN H.i' from St. Johns River Junior .A

College where she was on the I This chart will help you plan your savings goals. Put "money

President's list the entire two v 4 magic"to work for your family, by combining: ((1)) Regular

years. She is employed at saving -a fixed amount each week ((2) the good earnings we
Jackson Building Supply as _
bookkeeper and secretary pay on your savings (3)) Earnings on the earnings you leave

Mr. Scott also graduatedfrom ITI: in, compounded at regular intervals.

Bradford High School
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Fall Workshop Held peopee YOl/-Kf/OW/ Head Start Term

By ADK At BHS LibraryAlpha I

Delta Held Over From Last Week Opens Next Tuesday
Kappa, Inter- Jenoise Pratt of Merritt .
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national Sorority for Women Island ---- ---------
; vice-president, Joan
Educators, District II, held a Ojala of Miami Shores; corresponding Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wigginsand spent Friday night and CUBB Economic Agency center at 964-8342. in
fall tdt. family of Jacksonvillewill Saturday with announces the opening of Working mothers
workshop on their
Saturday
Juanita parents,
secretary,
Head Start Bradford will be glad
Centers for
the County
morning, Sept. 21, in the Hebert of Merritt Island spend the weekend with Mr.and Mrs. Huston McClaneand
; 1974-75 term in Clay, Union' to learn that the Bradford
Bradford County High School recording secretary, Mary Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins. celebrated Mrs. Mc.Clane's ,
this
Library. Baker and Bradford countieson County Head Start Center
Stubbs of Jacksonville birthday. Mr. and
Inez ; Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery Mrs. McClane also r October 1 with an year is offering extended child
Galloway of spent
Before the chaplain enrollment of children Tom, care for Head Start children
meeting and family had
,
Jacksonville Sunday at Cedar and
historian Ruth Key
,
members enjoyed the display Means of ; and dinner last Friday night with Horse Shoe. low-income families in the from 2.30: p.m. to 5:30: p.m.
Tampa past
of pictures from state conven- his father. Rev. E.F. Montgomery area. This service is offered to
tion and Gulf States Regional Miami president Shores.Information, Laila. Ojala of and aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Jettye Hazen of In addition to their classes, xtilcKU.iid he I children untilI
meeting and the state scrap- George Oldham in Lake City. Gainesville visited Mrs. A.E. the children participate in I heir parents can pick them up
books. The patriotic banner, the international was conventionto given on McKinney over the weekend. music, story time, art and after work. Interested parents I
made by Gladys Thomas, be held in Los Dr.and Mrs. M.J. Pickeringof recreation periods every day. can obtain further details by
Angeles in
attracted much A nourishing breakfast and calling the center at 964-8342.
I
attention. Lakeland spent the Mrs.
Barney McRae Sr.
July, 1973. Help and ideas ,
Delicious lunch is served
daily,
homemade along
cakes weekend with Mr.and Mrs. celebrated her
were requested for the state birthday
and coffee were served at this convention. A collection of L.N. Pickering and attendedthe Saturday night at a family with a snack during the day. I
Hours from .
time. are 8:30: a m to
UF
programs and ideas was game. birthday dinner at the home of i
The meeting was opened presented to each chapter. Mr and Mrs. Cary Nazworth. 2:30: pm. CARDOFTIIANKS
with prayer by Lucille Payne, Members met in for Mr.and Mrs. James Barron Those from out-of-town were Bradford County parents Our heartfelt thanks to all
district chaplain. Frances discussion sessions groups under the BrewerWoodEngagement of Starke and Mrs. Martha Mr.and Mrs. Glen Conner and Edith GoodmanIn interested in enrolling their 3, who extended comforting
Hamilton, president of Alpha following leaders Johnson of Miami spent the family of Orlando, Mrs. AI 4, or 5 year old children in sympathy and help in our
Gamma chapter, extended the General, Jenoise group Pratt: ToldMr. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harley of Merritt Island, and H.S. Who's Who Head Start are asked to visitor recent sorrow For the beautiful -
welcome. Chairman Frances Program, Joan Ojala Mem-; Robert Bush in Orlando.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae, call the center, located at service, floral offering,
Kalv of St. Augustine con- bership, Laila ;Ojala; and Mrs. Otis E. Jr. and family of Lake City. Edith Rochelle Goodman, a the RJE School Building on and other kindnesses we are
ducted the general meeting. treasurer, Ola Lee Means; Brewer of Law ley announcethe and Mrs. Lowell senior at Palatka South High, Pine Street in Starke. The deeply grateful.
Other telephone number is 964-8342.
district officers are History, Ruth Meares; engagement and approaching Mathews and Mrs. Virginia Family visitors of Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
vice-chairman, Elizabeth Altruistic, Rose Webber and marriage of their Mathews and grandchildren, Mrs. H A. Lawson were Mr. Ronald V. Goodman of East The Head Start Center -The family of
Gibson, secretary, Ola Lee Elaine Jarrett. daughter, Teresa Ann, to Keith and Darrell Funk of and Mrs. Charles Lawson and Palatka, former Starke needs volunteers to help with Ida Rena Osteen
Means, and treasurer, Betty Sixty-five members attended Ronald L. Wood, son of Mr. Folkston, Ga. were Sunday son,Alan,and Jamie Harris of residents, has been notified this interesting and rewarding Up
work For further
Sands. including the following and Mrs. Russell Wood of visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Tallahassee on Friday night she will be featured in the 8th details,
After roll call, state direc- from the local chapter: Lawtey. Mathews.Mr. and Saturday, and Mr. and annual edition of Who's Who anyone interested in volunteer
work is invited to call the
tories were given to Frances Hamilton, Ruth The wedding will be an Mrs. Joe Jordan and among American High School
presidents or representativesof Frazier Madge Middleton, event of December 28 at 8 p.m. and Mrs. George Flynn, daughters and Mike Musgroveof students 197374.
the 16 chapters. The Lucille Payne, Marilyn in the Evergreen Baptist Jr., Mrs. Flynn, Sr. and Mrs. Live Oak on Sunday. Edith is a member of FHA
following state officers were Vellenga, Gladys Thomas and Church. A reception will Fred Field visited Reggie Civinettes and DCT. She is in NOTICEOPENING
Jutroducedpresident: Lucile Johns. follow immediately after the Flynn at Cumberland Law Miss Jean Mundy and Miss her third year on the Smoke
wedding at the Florida State School in Birmingham, Ala. Sharon Sofford of Tallahassee Signal and has written the
Prison club house. over the weekend. spent the weekend with Mrs. South Signals column for the OCT. 1st
I Altar Society Meets Oct. 1 In Parish Hall All fnends and relatives are W B. Mundy at Kingsley Palatka Daily News for two
invited to attend. Mack L. Williams, Jr. of Lake. years. She attends Tabernacle NEW & USED
St. Edwards Altar Societywill community are invited to Boston, Mass will visit his Baptist Church in Palatka and
meet in the parish hall on attend. parents, Mr. and Mrs. MackL. works in community service SEWING MACHINES
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October 1 at 7:30: p.m. at Mrs. BlackComplimented Williams, Sr. from Thursday projects. She plans to attend
which time a kitchen shower Convention of the Aging Emory to Sunday. Misses Kay Turner of St. Johns River Junior VACUUM CLEANERS
will be held to replenish Father James Cregan at College.
Jacksonville and Vicki Turnerof
needed items. tended the September 14 Mrs. E.L. Matthews Repairing All MakesALSO
St.Johns River Junior
Special guests will be Mrs. meeting of the Convention of returned home Sunday after --------------
At Stork Shower College were home for the
Gladys White, from Jackson- the Aging at Jacksonville'sChrist spending the past two weeksin weekend.Mr. .
ville who is President of the the King parish. Msgr. St.Petersburg with her son- Mrs. A.J. Barry, son Drew,
St Augustine Diocesan Charles Fahey,member of the Mrs. Emory Black of New in-law and daughter, Mr. and and Mrs. R.R. Tur- and daughter, Adrienne, were CARPET CLEANINGVon
Council of Catholic Women Federal Council on Aging River was complimented witha Mrs. William Meng and their nipseed, Jr. of Fort Pierce in Tampa over the. weekend
and Mrs. Betty McGill, Chair- delivered the keynote address stork shower last Thursday baby daughter, Dana were last Thursday overnight and attended the UF- Schrader Dry Foam Method
man of the DCCW Organization Most Reverend Paul morning given by Mrs. AJ. Michelle. guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Maryland game. They were
Services Commission.All Tanner, Bishop of St. Augus- Eaves and Mrs. J E. Den- Adams. joined by Miss Beverly .
interested women of the tine, presided at the. closing mark at the home of the latter. Mrs. Elizabeth Goldwireand Patterson of Miami who
Biblical Liturgy. The 10 guests attending Mrs. Ashley Goldwire of Sammy and Martha Ellen returned with them for All Work Guaranteed
The purpose of this Conven- between the hours 10 d.'id 12 Waycross, Ga. and Mr. and Williams of New Port Richey several days visit with the
Southside PTA tion was to better attend to the noon were the mothers of the Mrs. Lamar Goldwire of spent the weekend with their Barrys and Mr. and Mrs. F.H. QUALITY & SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO
needs of the elderly in our honoree's Methodist kin- Palatka were weekend guestsof uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Kramer
Sets Carnival Date various communities. degarten Sunday school class. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Robert Barksdale. --------------
Also attending from St. The gift table was centered Goldwire.Mr. --------------. Wife about husband: ME-M SALES AND SERVICEStarke
Southside Elementary Edward's were Mrs. Richard with a Hallmark baby cen- and Mrs. Harry "He'd rather be wrong than
School held its first PTA Pernini, Mrs. John Samons, terpiece. Stallings and family of If Washington is the seat of quiet." Plaza
meeting of the 1974-73 term on Mrs. Richard Welty and Mrs. Gainesville visited Mr. and government, then the tax Sub Goddard In St
17 in the school Francis Meng.Representing. Mrs. C.L. Dinkins Sunday. payer is the pants pocket LouiS Globe Democrat
September ---------------
cafetonum St. Edward's II. ( : : ( : : : .,,11
Mrs. Beth Freeman and Altar Society at the East Local admittances to Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith of
Mrs. Anna Clayton presenteda Coast Deanery DCCW Board Bradford County Hospital this Williston spent the weekend
program on the Title I meeting held at Jacksonville'sNaval week include: Mrs. Hilda with Mr. and Mrs. Marc
Reading Program, and Miss Air Station were Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Mildred Griffis, Jackson. Need Your Vote Support
Margaret Hardy discussed the Lester Humphries and Mrs. Joe M. Griffis, Mrs. Linnie
role of school guidance Francis Meng who presentlyserve Harris, Mrs. Lollie King, Mrs. Local admittances to
counselor. Short talks were on the St. Augustine Lois McCullough Walter Bradford County Hospital this
Jim Diocesan Board. week include: Mrs. Jo Busbee b
given. by Supt. Temple Richardson, Michael Rhoden,
nd board "member Arthur Starke; Patricia English, and Mrs. Gloria Murrhee, v
.---------- --- Keystone Heights; MrsiMartha" '
Holiday .rM Maxville; Mrs. Minna Mc-
The 1974-73 Southside Curdy, Lake Geneva; Mrs. Padgett, Middleburg; Maurice Edwards Jr.
faculty members were introduced Dr. and Mrs. Donald Chubbof Lucile Whitehead, Lake Mrs. Mable Brown, Lake .
by Dewey McKin- Winter Park were weekend Butler; and Robert Suit, Key Geneva; Mrs. Viola Griffis;
ney, principal.It guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert stone Heights Lawtey; Mrs. Virginia
was announced that the Thomas at their camp in McAllister, Waldo; David
Southside Halloween Carnival the Scrub Lee, Lake Butler; Mrs. Cassie Candidate' School Board

will be held on Oct. 31. The and Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Starling, Raiford; Odis
Mrs. B. Haynes
general assembly approved daughter, Martha, of Winter Brunswick, Ga. was last Browning, Sharidy Harper,
Gadsie Knowles Sebe
Harris
,
selling box lunches to hunterson
Haven were last Wednesday Wednesday to Friday guest of t District
Mrs. Gertrude Haisten, Mrs.
the first of the
day hunting
luncheon guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark.
season, November 9. Bonnie Padgett, Mrs. Mollie
Bertha Pearce. Barnes, Mrs. Juanita Smith,
Mrs. J.R. Kite and
Mrs.
POOOOQOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIDAY Mrs. Nellie McKinney, Loys

CARE and Malcolm Mrs. Malcolm Pownall visited Pownall Dr.in Garrison Mrs. Esta, Lewis Underhill Van and Syckel Mrs., MAURICE EDWARDS, JR. is a native of Bradford 45

CENTER I Tallahassee Monday.Mrs. Thursday to Helen Mersereau, Starke. years old, graduate of Bradford High School ,

FROM ARM BABIES Mr.
and Mrs. Homer

TO SCHOOL AGE daughter. W.S, Debbie Glover, spent and Stearns relatives in were Orlando over visiting the married 24 years. We have 5 children 2 sons and 3

CONSTANT CARE2 Thursday to Sunday with Mrs.Glover's weekend. still school have
in 4
mother, Mrs. Lula daughters one graduated ,
BALANCED SNACKS M. Boran in
Naples. They
Mrs. B.J. Eggers and
NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. were Harry accompanied Mooty who visited by Mrs her daughter of Jacksonville and one is now a teacher.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Tullie
REASONABLE RATES brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Norman Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen.Mr. .

WE WILL WORK THEIR WITH PROBLEMS MOTHERS TO SOLVE I and and visited Mrs. Billy Huggins McQuaig. and and son Mrs., David Charles, and MAURICE EDWARDS, JR. has been president of the

son Disney World
Greater Bethlehem Free *' Thursday.Mr.and Sea World. last Tuesday to Waycross Mrs. J.T., Ga.Williford were Sunday of Bradford County Cattle Assoc. also/ a state director,

visitors of Mr.
and
Mrs. Mack
Will Baptist Church 964-5136 and Mrs. A. Russell Williams. Has been president of Bradford County Farm

1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR Norman were in Tampa Mrs. L.D. Vining spent the Bureau also/ state director.
Saturday the UF- a
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALLteooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood 964-8366 attending weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,

r Maryland football game.Olin's J.C. Vining in Palatka. While in high school, received the American Farm

Mr. and Mrs.
Whitehead, Sr were Saturday A.B. degree the highest award in the Future Farmers of
Mobile Home Saleswill night supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Bishop in America
Jacksonville.Mr. organization.Has .
give you

.and Mrs. Oliver Murrayof

Sunday St.George overnight S.C.guests were of been a landowner and large taxpayer in this
FRE.ELDT Mr. and Mrs. Robert

Barksdale.Mr. 25
county years.

and Mrs. R.M. McRae I
spent August IS to Sept. 4 i
visiting their son-in-law and
RENTRLFOR daughter, Mr. and Mrs. MAURICE EDWARDS, JR. is very interested and
James C. Shaw, in Putnam,
Conn., Mr. and Mrs. John concerned about the school in
system our
Gilman in Hope Valley, R.I., county.Let's .

ONE HALF YEARIn states and touring and Canada.the New England always keep one thing first [Our Children] .


Olin's Mobile Home SubdivisionWHEN and Mrs.Mrs.B.C.Edith Holtzendorf Feagle Sr.of

Jacksonville visited Disney I there is too much being ad-
YOU PURCHASE World and Sea World last say money spent on

YOUR MOBILE Tuesday to Thursday, ministration and not enough on education.

HOME Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane
FROM OLIN'S of Jacksonville Beach and Dr.
Glenn McClane of Tallahassee

BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW I Help me Oct. 1 and you will be helping your


See Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoneyOPEN Published COUNTY THE BRADFORD every TELEGRAPH Thursdayat children and yourself.

138 W.Call Street
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I 27 Of 125 Taxpayers Who PetitionedGet t lNAAClifford 2 Grants Boost Guidance ClinicTwo



Reduction In 1974 Tax Assessment
new grants have Union Rural Alcoholism responsibility In the hands of boards over which had little the control.two county
of
boosted the Bradford-Union Project which will continuefor local trustees. Formation Officers of the Bradford-
'7 taxpayers who argued When Tax Assessor Gene two School Board members: Guidance Clinic budget to three years with no local the agreement began in Union Mental Health Boardare
then cases on assessed values. .Long completed his 1974 prehmll1ary Rodney P. Hall and Arthur N. over $186,000 for the 1974-73 contribution required. In August 1973 when com
with the Board of Tax Adjustment 1ax -Toll--- the new Holliday.A fiscal year, according to Dr. addition, an eight-year grantof missioners from Bradford and David Ralph>E. (Skip Bryan) Woodington, president;,
were successful in values totaled $112,829,000 first hearing was held on W.J. (Bill) Lennon, director of $29,400 will oe used For a Union counties objected to and Alicia
vice-president,
Belting a lower assessment on involving a total of 8,000 real July 25 and 26 at which a total the program. comprehensive children's increasing per capita costs of
tht li\ 74 Tax Roll estate parcels. pf 92 property owners were Budget adopted mental health program, the mentahealth program Stcffa, secretary.
Health
,Of t 125 residents who signed That total amount doubledthe heard, and the final hearing the District 5 Mental Lennon says.Negotiations.
l i petition of protest to previous year's amount of waqxheld on September 12 and Board will mean an increasein

tjUL-siion the amount assessed $60,152,555, reflecting an 13, when 61 taxpayers con- personnel, including one are presently
igainbi their property the adjustment upward adjustment to 100 tinued their individual cases additional full-time in progress in iron out detailsof You
board allowed a total percent of cash value on each withthe adjustment board, psychologist, a child a contract between the Select\ Now Want a Rich

deduction in values amoun- parcel. In some cases the resulting in a cl'ange in valueson R. Hand psychiatrist's consultant, a Bradford-Union Guidance Green Lawn All
ting to $126,358 for the 27 tax- values were doubled, or 27 real estate parcels. Assigned to SheppardSAN technician and secretary, Clinic and the District 5 FAVORITE\ Winter
payers. For the others no tripled, or went much higher. ANTONIO Airman according to Dr. Lennon.A Mental Health Board, Long Plant

change was made. Any property owner had the Largest reduction in value Clifford R. Hand, son of Mrs. federal grant will be headquartered in Alachua
/Aia group the total valuation right to protest the new values was on a Starke motel Mar lin J. Hand of Rt. 1, contributing money, $31,223 County, which would place FALL RYE '
of the 27 parcels was assessed on his property by assessed at $145,778, with the Starke has been assigned to this year, for a Bradford- more administrative
$\)2.) > 818 As a group the petitioning the Board of Tax owners declaring its worth at Sheppard AFB Tex., after GRASS )
said the for 194 The final assessed EGEtJ\BlE\
property owners Adjustment a hearing. 105000. completing Air Force basic
\.ilue was $640,700. The taxpayers claimed that right, value was set at $111,770, training. Tax Hearing Set J
.imount to be resolved was slightly less than 2.5 percentof lowering the original assess- During his six weeks at the SEED
;;28:1.1: 118 on the 27 parcels. the county's property ment by 34000. Air Training Command's PLRMTS\ Q'JICk-Cover j

After the conclusion of a two owners. Lackland AFB Tex., he Tonight In Brooker Seed
d.ttlllal i I hearing on Sep- Of the 194 who received a The smallest adjustmentmade studied the Air Force mission,
'ember 12 and 13, the adjusted petition to protest, 125 was for $87 on a parcel -
\ .(hies on the 27 parcels followed through on their rightto assessed at 7518. The board organization and customs and BROOKER The city protest. The Lawtey levy went 39
'lot.iled. $797,460 $156,761) more a hearing before the Boardof reduced it to$7,431. The owner human received relations.special instruction in council will meet in special from 2.179 mills to 3.0 69 Tray ,
,hall what the property Adjustment composed of said it was worth only $6,500. session tonight for the second
The airman has been time in two weeks to hold a 50
lilt> her. valued them but three county commissioners: assigned to the Technical In Lawtey the revenue Ibs. 17.95
M.a .158 less than the original George W. Roberts, Ralph Individual results of the public hearing on its proposed sharing funds of some $40,000
Center at
",....sment. Bryan and Pave Shuford, and petitioning were: Training for specialized training Sheppard in tax the increase three-mill from 2.74 minimum mills to make up the larger portion of
the
city s $57,000 budget.\
aircraft maintenance. required to receive state '
Assessed. Valued' by Owners Allowed By Beard Adjusted Value Airman Hand is a 1974 revenue sharing funds. .. $3 O.| Trade-In Allowance

Am G Kibby 7.51800 6.50000 8700 7.3100 graduate School.COOp of.Bradford County Such shared funds now the Otd 1vmE/l 'TORO- For Any Old Mower
.
Joseph Kerrigan 15.22800 7,20000 185500 13.37300 High constitute a large portion of
939,014 200.000 00 1SB9400 223,120 of small Of ConditionOn
Detroit Overall the budgets I -' 1 Regardless
SALES :
Paul 1 F KljorArthur 6.1>8000 4,00000 57700 6.10300 such nrCONVlNTIOM rr
L. Reed 57.352 00 35.000 00 446800 52.88400 municipalities as III II I" .
Go Brooker and Both ,
,
Theo K Dyal 523400 2,50000 1.419 00 3.81500 Lawtey. ," 17 A New TOROZ1"
Robert T Anderson 21.671 00 8,00000 4.01900 17.65200 towns have raised tax millageso : ( .: : -
tdw W Scheyder Jr. 52.022 00 37.00000 877900 43.24300 state revenue sharing funds l1.o.' 'if
chard, L. Mllllgan 25.22000 17,50000 25400 22.67600 i$. dJt > ;
Gladys L. Wilson 39.641 00 20.40000 180000 37.84100 AheadFrom will not be cut off, even thoughthe li Guardian
jessie, Young 128.300 7,90000 200000 10.84300 county tax assessor ) '(;
'to'cph A Scanlan 41 13000 30,500 00 3,46300 37.66500 certified that less than three 1
v "ctor N Haglund 30.10700 15.00000 6.23900 2186800 mills would bring in the same PUSH MOWER with
John D Anderson 957100 4,00000 251000 7.03300 "Whoever Invented exaggeration .
R c Dampier 4.466 00 3.50000 46700 3.99900 revenue as last year.
REAClay
R C Dampier 5.263 00 4,00000 1.17700 408600 Two public hearings are should've patented the GRASS CATCHERModel
Roll Dodd 902100 4,45000 2.23000 6.79300. now required by state law idea because the business sun
22800 10 072 00
10.100 00 8.00000
rrubie Rowe
when the millage levy is suffers from competition."
Darnel> R Hodge 12.08000 9.00000 1 81200\ 10,26800 21500
Donald K. Bennett 13,500 00 10.500 007.0OOOO 7,60000 5.90000 Electric Cooperative, raised more than 10 percent.
Mary Powell Lappe 12.71100 3.72900 898400 Inc. received approval from Councilman Carl Edwardssaid
FOR SALE Medium
i-nston H. Barber 30.7'600 22,00000 1. 3300 29,11100 the Rural Electrification : point -l:.
showed to
Madge Middleton 16.655 00 '.000 00 5,03800 13,81700 no one up Office Shop pens, 19 cents Now $10Q95
Association in Washington, the Brooker tax in-
Temple Motel 5.77800 105,000 34,006 00 111,77000 protest each, $1.80 per dozen.
Edwin, William 31.15100 2500000 1,94600 29.20500 D.C. on the two bids for crease at the first public When buying 6 dot each ioa
Beatrice Dodd 37.7'700 25,000 00 1,45100 34.34400 construction and con- hearing last week, and after 30 dozen costs $1.65. 12 just
21,56200 Buy
13.750.00 7.35100
jas E Creamer 26,91300! tractors.
minutes the council ad
dozen and the price
per
923.618 640,700 00 126.358 00 797,460 Clyde Knowles and John journed. The second the final dozen is $1.50. Buy our

M.\ Bekcerstaff Construction hearing, following a second pens and save. The Office O.IDA GARDENCENTER

Companies, both of advertisement in this issue of Shop 135 W. Call St.. :'
Jacksonville, were notified The Telegraph is set at 7:30 Starke, Fla. 32091 Phone EST
Sept. 16, that constructioncould tonight (Thursday, Sept. 26).
8th Calf Scramble Used Aluminum begin immediately on In Lawtey the second and 964-6305. ONflOL 539 East Call St.
the FOR SALE: File boxes.
two
I Worth MoneyClubs Tommy projects.Milican\ assistant final public hearing was held guides and cards. .. ..,.... PH. 9645745I .
last Thursday night, at which
Coming In Oct. general manager of the Clay the three mill levy was formally Everything you need for
and civic groups looking Electric Cooperative stated fixing a filing system. All
approved without for sale at The Office .
Shop.ooo..o..oo.o
fur ways to raise money can the Keystone construction
Final plans for the 8th Entry blanks for the chicken start by collecting the trash. The for new office space and 00 000000000 .
\nnudl Chamber of Commerce scrambles can be obtained at Metals has warehouse was scheduled to 0000000000000000000000000
-'alf Scramble were set the Chamber of Commerce Reynolds Company be completed by May 1975 .
increased from 10 to 15? a
.u a meeting of the planning office.A ? and the Meadowbrook 0
committee Tuesday according chicken supper at $1.50 pound its price for empty aluminum District office set for :
to George Huggms per plate will be served at the cans and other household March. 1975.A I Denmark Furniture Co.

1 general chairman. Fairgrounds by the members aluminum scrap. low base bid of $390,000
Fifteen cross-bred calves of the Bradford Roping Clubbetween 0o
will be given away here the hours of 4-6 p.m. Clubs can urge their members submitted Construction by Clyde Knowles
was acceptedand
Saturday. October 12, during October 12. to collect aluminum for recycling ,
tinannual Chamber of The opening ceremonies are nnd redeem the metal at local Boar the Clay '
a Electric's of Directors Are still
(Si-ramble;ommerce.. at sponsored the Bradford Calf slated following to the begin dinner at and 6:45 the: depot either a Reynolds recycling in July for the Keystone : you sleeping i in a crib

of the and another bid of
will spot or at one several project
evenings entertainment
( ounU Fairgrounds on U.S.
)ui north of Starke. conclude with the horse show Reynolds trucks which make $272,000 from John 0 ro -=:.=_--------- -,

The event was organized by events beginning at 8 p.m.A regular stops at shopping centers. Bickerstaff Construction Did you know that the old-fashioned double bed gives r-------j
for hind and Over 1300 beer and soft drink Company was accepted :
the Chamber of Commerce drawing a
during the same meeting for less room than crib? We think I i i I o
you it's
fight years ago for the purpose fore quarter of beef will be wholesalers are cooperating in the the Meadowbrook office. per person a time .a : .

of improving Bradford made following the last calf pick-up program as well. The new construction, : you stretched out on an "adult" mattress-the Queen
scramble. Donations for this :
'
attic and
i breeding en-
r'ur.aging local youth topursue drawing are being acceptedby located just west of the 0 Size Beautyrest. And now's' the time to do it! You'll get I
members of the Bradford According to a Reynolds existing cooperative :
has!resulted agricultural in the addition careers of, Future Farmers of America spokesman, last year alone the buildings will consist of 0 the room, comfort and luxury Beautyrest is famous for- I I

some JOO head of cattle to local and the Bradford 4-H Club. metals company recycled more 27,700 sq. ft. and will contain plus a choice of firmnesses. is the
front office with the Beautyrest
space only I I s
herd The annual event is than 1.1 billion cans and paid the I i
The lucky FFA and 4-11 financed by local business public more than $4.5 million. a rear warehouse of the building and set main up as mattress with individually pocketed coils that conform to I I I 1

winners are required to keep agricultural, industrial and For information on local recycling tenance repair shop. It will your natural body contours. Be good to
the calves for two years, civic organizations. The yourself. l i i
also house the Line
Con-
centers, write: Public Re.
maintaining records of evening activities provide fun lations struction Department. get a Queen Size Beautyrest today. I --------- ; 5'lYy
progress, and to show their for the entire family, both Manager-Recycling, Reyn- 1 1N.
and
calves at the Bradford County young and old and is free to olds Metals Company, P.O. Box Operations Maintenance I (-- crib -y
Department and Purchasing Select the firmness that's
perfect for and
.Fair the public. 27003, Richmond Va. 23261. you '
ordinary dOl.lbl.
and Stores f-- bed
Department. -)
Other activities for : + sleeping like
planned a for
V sforf grown-up a change I I II
this years program include a FOR SALE Tapes 3M :I !
horse show sponsored by the double stick. /inch, and I 0j

Bradford Hoping Club a pig 3%inch wide magic tape. HOME NOTES % -----____ ____ __-t
scramble for girls and two Also Masking Tape 3'/,4 ,- -.: 0f
thicken scrambles for Inch 1 inch, I l'/,2 Inch, '
children seven thru nine and and 2 Inch tape. All at The FROM YOUR EXTENSION HOME 1 ,.. I Factory :

ten thru twelve years of age. Office Shop.Weight ECONOMICS AGENT f Authorized BEAUTYREST


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(-National Open Watchers Meeting Month( DATING: FOR MEAT before date.". These dates BIG ;

5jp
AND: POULTRY may be qualified by such
Sept.3Oth-Oct.2Oth. Each week as I prepare this words as "for maximum ..
column, I consider many freshness" or similiar terms.
I topics. I try to select topics This rule is under the U.S.
that will be of interest and Department of Agriculture's
I help to the homemaker. One newly amended federal meat SPEQCa 5

concern I have in my mind is and poultry regulations. The 0
!
_.jttJ. to try to keep homemakers up new regulations will become \
to date on legislation and effective September 7. T SIMMONS

I governmental rules and '
A regulations that directly af- Some processors are
fect us as consumers. already using open dating in

response to consumer FREE !
demand but there has been
For time have
some now we some confusion as to the
found product dating on a specific meaning of such 1
number of products in the dates. This action should g frame or bed-stretcher

supermarket. However sincein resolve that problem. rails that Ov..n5i. 0
adapt bed
nN 9 IR' most cases, this was a 4 your D.|UK.Pram
voluntary action by the These new regulations will to Queen Size. FREE WITH

processors, and each date provide us with significantlymore ANY BEAUTYREST
meant something different.
information the
on
This led to confusion for the freshness of meat and poultry QUEEN SIZE SET ;
1- consumer since we had no However Limited time '
products. we must offer! B.d SlreKher call!
way of knowing exactly what
remember that the ultimate
._.
.1 the date meant. There is some quality and safety of these 0
relief in sight. also depends how
products on
MADELINE M. MillER '3t carefully we handle them 329 925 ;

A,..C..o<'.' We will soon be finding after we purchase them. If we '
more precise "open dating" don't exercise care in keepingour QUEEN 129.95119.95 *109.95
information meat and poultry clean FULL EXTRA ,
If at least 10 7-DAY MENU PLANNER- on packagedmeat BACK CARE I SUPREME LONG TWIN TWIN
you are pounds I ((2 piece jet) (
and and it in the ea.piece)
overweight I want to 21 meals l like the ones our poultry to better store proper way, (eo. piece) re0{ .piece)
personally Invite you to visit membdJft enjoy while we assist us in determining the the lower quality can only be ,
a meeting during help them lose weight on freshness of these products on blamed on us. .1 t 1
National Open Meeting. our famous Program. food market shelves. 0 e
Msm1.tl.: Call us for the time and A reminder here to select 1
"I I II give you a FREE fullplace of the open meetings Now meat and poultry your meat and poultry and .
color booklet featuring a scheduled In this area. processors who voluntarily frozen foods last on your Denmark Furniture

choose to put a calendar date, shipping trip. Then go homeas o'' ilftiT a
Join During' The Open Meeting And H.celv.A free S7.SO fool Seal. rather than a coded date, on soon as possible and Ip s.

Recre.tion Center O*>IN..MKITINO,."St.,So pt.inn.17 p.m. their products, must let refrigerate or freeze these .1 I \ 1
for Mere Information' ....on.Toll ..,.. consumers know what that items as quickly as you can. In .
I-800-141.9ISS date means. This move is our hot climate, food can .
designed to eliminate the deteriorate in a matter of one .
WEIGHT WATCHERS confusion we now face over or two hours if kept in a hot
product dating. car. We spend too much
I WBlQHT' WATCHfRS A"O@A"I( } RIOlSTIRf TRAOf MARK' QV WHOHT WATCHIR8 III The calendar date will haveto money on food to risk it 434
W. Call
.NTBHNATIONAL. 'INC GREAT NECK NV VWBlQMT WATCHRB ,INTIRNATIONAL.1974 J be identified as a "packing spoiling while we make one St.r' .

date," "sell by date or "use more shopping stop. o oW .000000000000 000 000SSoooitiii o :o ooooi



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STARKE City Com busincssess who will require after learning that the cost of the city will receive naturalgas the Group 1 post and Harold The commissioner's rejectedthe
I missioners "balanced" their daily garbage disposal. The repairs would be prohibitive.In for only 24 days in 1975. Epps will replace veteran request of the policeman
,,. I IIm new 1974-75 budget at a third rate applied to those the discussion on the Clerk Merrill Edwards One Wiggins in the Group 3 because of provisions
( work session held Monday, businesses will be $1.50 per amount to include for fuel oil calculated that the new seat. Tucker and Wiggins did becoming effective January 1.
September 23, the tentatively day or $45 per month. Expected in the new budget, Mayor curtailment would require the not seek reelection.In 1975 in the Federal Wage and
proposed budget calling{ for revenue from this Commissioner Neil Tucker expenditure of$686,501 for fuel other actions Monday Hour Law requiring the f
y the expenditure of $409,483 source will be $13,500 per said,"We made a mistake last oil in the new budget based on night, the commissioners: payment of overtime for more i
more than last year. year.The. year and I hate to see the the current price of 29 cents Received a petition than 40 hours per week. 1}
The new total arrived at two garbage fees council do the same thing per gallon. signed by 11 members of the Clerk Merrill Edwards
Monday night calls for the proposed by the commissioners again." The commissioners have Starke Police Department told the commissioners thatlhecity'abondedlndebtedness
.r, expenditure of $2,094,757 amount to $84,600. Tucker was referring to the included $605,583 for the requesting that the city
compared to last year's Another income item of curtailment in the natural gas purchase of fuel oil which is continue the 12 hour shift that now stood at $6,158.407 and
budget of $1,685,272. $54,000 was added to the supplies of 177 days for 1974 $80,900 less than Edwards' has been in effect for the last amounted to$1,232 for each of
City residents can expect no revenue side of the budget and the national energy crisis recommended figure. four years in that department. Starke's residents.
relief in utility bills. They will when Clerk Merrill Edwards that developed bringing withit The big revenue item in the
pay a new $3 per month estimate for gas sales to a rapid increase in the priceof new budget is for electric The
Fall Dead For!
Company Bugs
lid garbage fee, the same elec public consumers of $160,000 fuel oil. current sales amounting to
tric, water, gas, and sewer was increased to $214,000 by To stave off a financial $1,049,058 up$219,058 from last
rates, if the new budget is the commissioners. crisis the commissioner's years $830,000 and includes a ',' lOR IDA
Major General Henry W McMillan the Adjutant General adopted on Oct. 1. Police Chief Jimmy imposed a 35 percent sur continuation of the 35 percent 1 ...
State of Florida Is shown presenting to SFC David ... In achieving a balanced Bowen's budget originally charge applied to the bills of surcharge that electric O "-H 151
Montgomery, a technician employed at Camp Blanding. an budget the commissioners are submitted totaling $165,928 electric consumers for June, consumers are now paying. *
award as The Distinguished Graduate from the Artillery proposing a garbage pick-up was reduced to$147,074 in the July, August and September, Final adoption of the city'snew u< 011101..a .
Repair Course conducted at Aberdeen Proving Grounds fee of $3 per month to be two previous budget work budget will not occur until
Maryland.SFC collected from 1,975 sessions by the reduction of 1974.The commissioner's were after two newly elected --.a. 011
Montgomery was also awarded the Association of the customers which will bring in one member of the police advised on September 10 of an commissioners have been I Call 964-5745
U. S, Army Distinguished: Graduate Award. SFC 1\1 on- estimated revenues of $71,100per department and $4,000 for a additional curtailment of seated. Marc Jackson will
gomery is a member of Company D, 53rd Support Battalion year.A new police car. The com natural gas amounting to 341 replace retiring Mayor Free Inspections
of Starke and Is a weapons repairman for the National Guardat special rate for garbage missioner's, however, days for 1975. This means that Commissioner Neil Tucker in I S Estimates
Camp Blanding. pickup will be applied to 25y.e'r restored the $4,000 for the car l.-- .

Smokey Saga:

I Committee Planned By KH ResidentsTo YOUR SMOKING MAY i BBWHIH3P(;I MAURICEEDWARDS I



Seek Increased Law EnforcementAfter BE THE DANGEROUS FORE HEALTH TO .,, ..I

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hearing the Sheriff's sioners at a meeting held County agreed that many of occur," added Arnold.Determined < 1
Department does not have Monday night, September 23, these crimes are committedby residents
manpower to keep a constant at the Clay Cooperative, Inc. juveniles. Of those persons decided to form a committeeto
surveillance in the southeast in Keystone Heights. arrested in the State of look into ways to solve the Your
corner of Bradford County to Sheriff Reddish said he Florida, 42.7 percent were in problem such as hiring a I I
curtail the rash of robberies currently has four qualified the 17 year and under age qualified person that knows
taking place, concerned deputies in the county working bracket.This represents a 14.2 the area, check the county's School Board Member
citizens have decided to forma about 60 hours a week and one percent increase in juvenile budget to see if there is a wayto = ,
committee to look into waysof other deputy who is in the arrests for serious crimes build up the Sheriff's
solving the problems them process of becoming qualified. during the first six months of Department, consider a sug ., District
selves. Reddish told the audiencesthat 1974, according to a report gestion by Commissioner
Lack of money seems to be he realizes the coverageis released by the Florida George Roberts to set up 1
the main reason there isn'tmore not adequate, but residentsare Department of Criminal Law special law enforcement in the
Break marcher
your I WILL IF ELECTED STAND UP FOR OUR
manpower commented not without law enforce- Enforcement. area and having additional crush moken ,
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and ment. Sheriff Murrhee said that taxes levied for these added your
Bradford county com mis- "We have made a concentrated the State of Florida lacks services or,as a last recourse, Once women wore bathing
effort to have more corrective schools for juveniles ask for a Federal Grand Jury suits down to their ankles, CHILDREN, THE CITIZENS AND THE
people in this area and we and many of the cases investigation of the Sheriff's then down to their knees,
made dismissed the courts if then down to their hips. This
have some arrests, are as Department county com
stated Reddish. "One of our have nowhere to send them. missioners can't find the year no one is even sure that TAXPAYERS OF OUR COUNTYPaid
a deputies has even had his life Spokesman for the concerned means for additional person- they'll wear them down to
threatened since being over citizens, Dwight Ar nel.Some the beach. v Lt 0
'i here more often." nold, said that according to suggestions given by Bobby Vlnton quoted ( Pol. Adv)
Earl Wilson Publishers
In information taken from Reddish, this group was the Sheriff Murrhee to discourage by Hall Syndicate,
deputies documents and the first people to ever complain robberies were for all .
Bradford County Jail docu about the lack of law enforce- residents to engrave their
menu Reddish reported that ment. Florida drivers license
187 man hours were spent in "Apparently people just sit number on Til valuable
the area of Keystone Heights( back and allow these things to property VOTE FOR
4! Club Estates, that portion of
and Bradford ..... .
SR-21 21B in ----- - -- -N NMI - - -
County and Seminole Ridge
area, irom August 1, 1974 to
.: September 18, 1974. 1
{ u T. Parrish
Ralph Bryan, chairman of J.
the county commission was r : e
asked what the commis <*
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'l I' sioners plan to do to help the 601'\ 1
sheriff solve the manpower 1 r
'- problem. Bryan answeredthat FOR MEMBER OF
Kenny Quinion (above) and taxes would have to be By Mona MarchantThe .,;
Walter Basaee of Boston, raised or money taken away
Mass.[ both from Layman from some other department School BoardDIST.
Ward Military Academy, He suggested a committee
Camp Hill[ Ala. spent the look over the budget and tell Tornadoes have startedoff be the reason for staying
weekend with Kenny's him where the county will get with a good season with a home. Those boys need all of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken more money for additional miraculous victory over the our support, and that goes for
Quinion. deputies. Ocala Vanguard Knights last the Junior Varsity team too.
Kenny is president of the Many of the residents Friday evening with a win of
Beta Club. At the end of the argued that they are paying 158. Annuals will be on sale Oct.
school year in June 1974 he higher taxes than anyone elsein We have a 1-0 record and 2 and 3. Yearbook price is $7
received two awards,one for a Bradford County since they tomorrow night it will beTtO, without your name and$8 with
superior cadet and one for are zoned restricted residential as we face Buchholz at your name printed on the front I Sincerely Thank The Voters
being in the top ten with an A and they don't feel they Citizen's Field in Gainesville. cover. All Seniors that plan to
their Game time is 8 This time order Annual be For Confi-
for the year. are getting money's p.m. an sure to Placing Enough
Upon his return for his worth. let's have more Pep from the place your order before or
senior year he was promotedto Both Reddish and Sheriff crowd. Even though the gameis after the Senior Exam on dence In Me To Be Top Man In
Company Commander. Jennings Murrhee of Clay out of town that should note those dates.Absentee.
The First Primary.J. .

. . e e o eWe pictures, (those
who missed the previous date
e for class pictures) be sure to
have your picture taken Oct.
cordially invite you 21, so your picture will be
placed in the Annual. Seniors
who did not have photos taken T. PARRISH Is A Family Man With Three School Age
earlier may have it taken for

to see the wear the Annual white shirts.only. Boys must Children. Owns And Operates A Poultry Farm And

SENIORS WHO( MISS THIS
PICTURE DATE WILL NOT Clearing Business In Bradford County. Has Had 5
HAVE THEIR PICTURE IN

: 1975 FORDS :: THE 75 TORNADO.All Years Experience In The Appliance Service And

girls that plan to run as
candidate for Class Prin Repair Business 10 Years Experience In The Building

cesses, must submit their
name to Mr. Hall by 3 p.m. Business.
Oct. 1. Chosen for each class
will be one white and one
: Friday Sept. 27 : black girl.SENIORS. '

: Any Senior girl
that has plans to run for
Homecoming Queen and her
!GRANADA. PINTO MAVERICK court set for Oct. 18 must
submit their names to Mr. Check The Voting Record In His Home

Hall by 3 p.m. Oct. 1, Tuesday
afternoon. All seniors will vote i
.:n the girls Oct. 2, then the top Precinct Where He is Well Known
: MUSTANG. TORINO LTD : five selected, will be voted on .
by the student body, Oct. 3.

The Tornadoe Queen will Whirl.be announcedat OUT OF THE TOTAL VOTES CASTJ.


There will be a box placed in

: THUNDERBIRD : for front all of Seniors Mrs. Redding's to turn in their desk T. PARRISH RECEIVED ALMOST 90%

information for the Senior
Index.The information should
include: your full name,
NEW FORD PICKUPS. VANS nickname,all school activitiesin
the present years at BUS,

and portant all to honors.the Annual Very -im so He Urges All His Supporters To Please


: FOUR WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES : please All seniors participate.that have failed


to place Senior an pictures order or should interestedin senda Return To The Polls On Oct. 1. .And

letter to Mr. Steve Barber,
P.O. Box 10364, Jacksonville,
Fla. 32207 by midnight I,
Elm tonight. Any student will haveto I '
pay 50 percent of whatever ;
package ordered so send a
money order or a check made Vote

': TERWILLEGAR MOTORS : out Sept.to Olan 27 is Mills.the last date for J. T. PARRISH J

Seniors to select a
206 VV. Madison Starke, 964-7200 Homecoming Theme, so 4
everyone give a few ideas.
. . . . . After that date, the student
body will vote on the Themes. -j
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Starke To U seBlandin Landfill Le Bateau by-.=Henri Emile Benoit-Matisee hung in New
York's Museum of Modern Art for 47 days,upside downl!
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With the city running out of with the Clay County Commissioners worked out according to
I II space for garbage disposal at on Wednesday, Chairman Bryan. & Construction
I northeast city limits on the September 18, with a view Bradford commissionersalso Clay Paving
Old Lawtey Road, the com- toward negotiating for the use are contemplating a joint
missioners took action of the site by Bradford County landfill effort with the City of 473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE
Monday night, September 23, for garbage disposal. There is Keystone Heights on a site in
to join with Clay County for a general agreement that the KII airport property, Has the rain got you downin
the use of a 114 acre site at Bradford will participate in Bryan says.
1 b u Camp Blanding.The the use of the Blanding landfill Both Bradford County and the mud-
f 5 i fir Clay County Com- but no details have been the City of Starke have been
missioners have operated a plagued by the high water
landfill site at the area which Placement table in this county in Let us pave the way for you.
has been expanded to 114 Test operating landfills. Both
located between agencies are looking toward
acres. It is K.L REEVES
SR-16 and SR-215 about 11 To Be GivenNextWed.Thurs higher land at Camp Blandingand FREE ESTIMATES OWNERMAURICE
miles from Starke. Keystone Heights, both in
Use of the expanded landfill Clay County.
Ecology conscious BMS students entered a poster contest with the emphasis on litter. The site was granted to Clay
posters they made cover the walls of the BMS resource center. County Commissioners at a All seniors at Bradford High
meeting held Thursday, School will take the 1974

No Litter Dugs In This BunchSixth September its use 19.was Arrangementsfor handled by Senior Wednesday.Placement Oct.Test 2, next and ''L L D LPL@Q4

William Wood, forester and Thursday, Oct. 3,
according to
seventh Greg Mowry, Bobby Martin,
and eighth mentions and free movie Gerald Griffis, an
announcement made
graders at Bradford Middle passes; they are Robert Suzette Rodrigue, Lori Shinn, the Department representing Monday bv school officials.
School competed in a poster Gornto and Charlene Beam, Lee Ann Green, Connie Cane, Affairs and the State Armory
contest with a theme on sixth graders, and Lillian Sherry Wilson, Cindy Lawson, Board. Students will travel by bus EDWARDS JR.
ecology the week of Sept 11- Chent and Debbie Ratliff, Mike Williams, Cherl Wall, The Starke City Com- from Bradford High to the rX
18, sponsored by the Junior seventh graders. Joyce Thorpe, Melissa Eaves, missioners moved Monday Starke National Guard Ar-
Woman's Club."Emphasis Success of the contest was Carol Harmond,John Thomas night to enter into an inter- mory where the test will be i .
of the contestwas apparent in the number and Woodham, Frances Whitaker, governmental agreement with administered. The test will Your
on litter and the part eachof quality of posters submittedfor Bret Smith, Michelle Sapp, Clay County for its use of the take approximately four
us can play in the fight judging, says Mrs. Teri Thomas, Janine hours from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. School Board Member
against this type of pollution," O'Brien. Judges were Mrs. Willingham, Sarah Faulk, site.Jack Trawick, county on each day.
says Mrs. Bobbie Sue O'Brien, Charles Goodowns, Miss Richard Gaines, Kent Hood, sanitarian, told the com- Results' of the Senior 1d'.L-
BMS art instructor and JWC Myrna Lou Rahn, Miss Karen Lynnette Hamilton, Broyce missioners that the area Placement Test, given over District 5
Chairman of the Arts. Gissy, and Ken Jones. Brantley, George Roller, would be fenced and that a the entire state each year to
Seventh grader Clarke Other middle school par- Vickie Kersey, Kevin Elixson man would be on duty seven graduating seniors, are used
Milan won first place and a $10 ticipants in the poster contest Kathy Griffin Betty Sue days a week. A soil extensively in guidance and
cash prize. Eighth grader were: Kim Leziak, Horace Rudd, Carol Lundy, Tina analysis has already survey been counseling. Placement test I WILL, IF ELECTED, STAND UP FOR OUR
Susan Massey was second Griffin, Robin Schweda, Rena Simpson, Chub Johnson, completed and approved.The scores, along with a student's
place and a cash prize of $5, Renee Williams, Steve Brenda Hines, Lynn Powell, existing water table is high school grade record, are
and seventh grader Barry Mobley, Roger Cogdill,Elaine Genene' Dorminey, Jenecia eight feet below the surface very important in admissionto CHILDREN, THE CITIZENS AND THE
Thomas placed third with a Tucker, Alison Craig, Brian Bright, Judith Bright, Donald but plans are underway to cuta colleges and universities.
$2.50 prize. Efforts of four Bowman,Carolyn Duckworth, Brown, John Powell, Eddie 12 to 15 foot ditch around the Beyond admission, lest scores
more students were Teresa Hilliard, Samira Wall, Presley, Christie Faulkner, perimeter of the area to lower are valuable aids in the TAXPAYERS OF OUR COUNTYPaid
acknowledged with honorable Brenda Gann, Michelle Hall, Greg Chandler, Arthur DeSue, the water table. selection of college courses
Lori Sutton, Joyce Wain- Ralph Bryan, chairman of and in determining the U 0
wright, Carolyn Hines, Terrie the Bradford County Com- number of credits t to( be un-
Cogdill, Kim Clemons, Debra ( Pol Adv )
dertaken.
Action mission attended a meeting
Legal Set
Griffis, Belinda Silcox, and -
Ronnie Crawford.The .
public is invited to view NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR INITIALS OF
In Zoning ViolationLegal the posters presently on NO
display at the Bradford ISSUING
Middle School Resource JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER
action for non- building materials on Center. The posters will
conforming violations was residential property on eventually be placed in stores
authorized against David Paradise Lake. He said Dodd around the community. STUB NO. 1 1NO
Martin and Dan Dodd by the had been repeatedly warned Signature of Elector
Bradford County Zoning over a period of several years
Board Tuesday night. and had failed to comply. School
The board instructed
Director L.M. Gaines and Gaines said these matters NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR !INITIALS! OF
__
_
Attorney Dudley Hardy to must be brought to a head in Menus ISSUING
test cases in order
for the
confer with State
Attorney
Eugene Whitworth to see board to know if it had the Bradford High School Menu, JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER
whether civil or criminal legal authority to enforce its week of Sept. 30 Oct. 4:
ordinances.The Monday Corn dog, baked
actions should be pursued in
these cases. Hardy advisedthe board also authorized a beans, cold slaw, mixed fruit, STUB NO. 2E
board that civil action letter to Harry Keller of State roll, milk.
would involve expenses of Road 21-B, Santa Fe Lake Tuesday Grilled cheese C,
several hundred dollars, while area, notifying him of sandwich, vegetable soup, aa..
criminal actions would mean revocation of a temporary tossed salad, one-half peach, NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR
less expense to the board.It permit for mobile home issuedin milk.Wednesday 8
was pointed out that both July 1973 as a "hardship" Pizza, green
of these cases were long case. It was reported that beans, orange juice, banana
:!
cJ JUDICIAL OFFICERS
pending with no satisfactorysteps Keller was now renting the pudding, milk.Thursday .

toward.compliance by unit, rather than using it for Sloppy Joe on ? ,.,... : .:......,., *- COD
fries lima beans
bun, French ,
th;> two offenders. the purpose for which the OCTOBER 1, 1974
Gaines said that a certified permit was obtained. applesauce, milk. ,
letter to Martin had been Friday Chicken and rice,
returned by the postoffice as The request of Gilbert sweet peas, juice in jello, corn BRADFORD COUNTY
"undeliverable," so legal Crosley for permission to bread, milk.Bradford.
action was the only alter- advertise for rezoning on 10 PRECINCT NO.,
acres east of US-301 County
native. Martin is in non- North
compliance with the or- south of Stuckey's) from EA Elementary and Middle
dinance forbidding new in- (agricultural) to RIC School, week of Sept. 30- Oct. '
stallations of mobile homes on (residential) was denied. 4: To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (IX) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the
lakefront property. Gaines Viola C. Allen was given Monday, Beefaroni, tossed person for whom you desire to vote.
said,and had failed to respondto permission to advertise for salad with tomato, rolls,
the board's request for rezoning of 12 acres off SR-325 applesauce, milk.
compliance. (Hampton to Schenck's Tuesday Beans and Judge of the District Court of Appeal
Gaines said the Dodd non- Corner) from EA to OR (open weiners, cole slaw, banana,
conformance involved his rural) permitting sale of one- bread, butter, milk. First Appellate District
acre lots.10Bar Wednesday Pizza with
storage of new and used Group 1
ground beef, tossed salad with
[Vote for One
tomato, corn, fruit cobbler, )
milk.
Thursday Fish and grits, JOHN PAUL HOWARDE.
\bur Choice! turnip greens, peaches, hush
puppies or corn bread milk. R. (DICK) MILLS JR.
Friday Manager's choice.

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Pages TELEGRAPH September 26, 1974t

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BROOKER IN BRIEF By Jeannette Prescott

.,. 11' 1 t LEGALSThe "'-V- 1ft. ..... ... -- LEGALS

FAMILY REUNION nt..inn/.. .* .cAw,... .,.inc.. Mr and Mrs Ernest Eu-
wards and Mrs. Inez Green
The George Tetstone SFC Hal F. Mott and wife, last
OF the original with the Clerk of this Dated this 25th day of Family Reunion will be held Jr. had an enjoyable visit
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Cleo, and children Hal Mr. and
relatives
Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County will have a THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Court either before service onPlaintiff's September A. D. 1974 at Sunday, Sept. 29, at the homeof and April, visited his parents, week Mrs. with Tom Britton at Fort

public hearing at 9:30: A.M. Monday, October 7, 1974 for this supple- OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR thereafter attorney or Immediately Starke, Florida. Otis Tetstone in Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. II.H Mott, Walton Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
10/17
9/26 4t
; otherwisea Friends and relatives of the
mental budget. BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE recently. Hal and his family Edwards at I Ocean
default will be entered invited Gene
to
against cordially
family are
NO. have recently returned from athreeyear Miss. and Mr. and I
you for the relief demanded in attend. Spring

Supplemental Budget 1973-74 JAMES HAROLD EUNICE andJ. the complaint. NOTICE REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO Members and friends of the are now; stay stationed in Germanyand at Fort Mrs. Bill Hinton in New
hand Orleans, La.
WITNESS and
the
my Tetstone family celebrating
S. EUNICE, JR.. Plaintiffs FICTITIOUS NAME Campbell, Ky
FINE & FORFEITURE FUNDEstimate seal of this Court on this 17th birthdays in September are:

-Vito day of September 1974. Pursuant to Section 865.09 George Tetstone, age 80, Sept. I
27; William McRae, Sept. 13;
of Revenues and Receipts, ALBERT EDWARD LANE GILBERT S. BROWN Florida Statutes notice is hereby Libby Bryant, Sept. 22; Viola
that the
Bradford County, Florida CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT given undersigned 30 Linda Tet-
Futch
Defendant. Sept. ; rMJ noo@SillIlimit
Steven A. Cardin Douglas J,
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1974 COURT Cardin, George W. Cardin, and stone, age 12, Sept. 10; Susan

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO BY Beulah M. Moody Velda Nichols Cardin P. O. Box Bias, age 7, Sept. 15,; Charles
Deputy Clerk Johns Sept. 27; and Mary
: 145 Starke, Florida 32091
TAXES 1 530 Mills on assessed valuation of$58,483,61 89479.92 SP4 Albert Edward Lane 9/194t 10/10 doing business under the firm Francis Johns, Sept. 17.

Fines&Forfeitures 68,836.50 263 8623B1ABTRY "
name of "CARDIN BROS. U
Civil I Fees 4903.00 1/81 Fa The School Board of Bradford S. 301 South, P O. Box 128, BRIDAL SIIOVVEH
Miss Donna Gail Melvin
A.P.O New York 09035 ,
Starke, Bradford County
bids
County requests on the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SAVE LIKE MAGIC ON SINGER SEWING MACHINESFUTURA"
swill from school cafeterias. The Florida 32091, intends to register
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 163,219.42LESS that Cecil Melvin a bride-elect of
NOTIFIED
YOU ARE an
bidder said fictitious name under the
Successful will be
5 percent 8160.97 Joe Tolleson, was honored
action,to partition the following of aforesaid statute.
for provisions
responsible providing cans
95 percent of estimated receipts 155,058 with a miscellaneous bridal
In Bradford County
property Steven A. Cardin Douglas J.
with lids into which the swill will
BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH 3846.97 shower on Thursday. Sept. 19,
Florida: Cardin George W. Cardin
be placed. Also successful
TRANSFERS 45482.16 Lots 31 at 8 p.m. in the Brooker / '
Lots 3 through 10 29. Velda Nichols Cardin owners
bidder will be required to
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES 204,387.58 and 34. Lots 39 through 49 keep Baptist Church educational rr
33 area around swill cans clean and Dated this 25th day of sewing machine //
the out of
and Lots 56 through 60 all in building. Among
sanitary. Swill cans will be September A. D. 1974, at (
Section 11, Township 5 South Starke Florida town guests were Mrs. AND CABINET
(Millage Levied Last Year 1.530. Estimated This Year 1.530.) Range 22 East of WOODLAWN cleaned each day. Successful 9/26 4t 10/17 Kathleen Bowers and Mrs
bidder will coordinate with the SAVE
Hazel Shadd and daughters ,
according recorded to Plat plat Book or map 1, Page thereof 17 principal of each school the area Cassie and Carita, all of Lake
in '
where the cans may be cleaned INVITATION TO BID
1973-74 (formerly Plat Book I I. Page 1)) Butler. 7'OFF
Supplemental Budget and washed.
records of Bradford Hostesses for this occasion
public $1 00
1t 9/26 The Tax Assessor's Office of 900
Juanita Adams, Jean
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND County Half of the Florida Northeast AND Quarter the West of Bradford County will receive were Douglas, Lucille Edwards,
sealed bids to be opened at
Inez Green Dolly Ilarrell,
Southeast Quarter (W 1/2 of NE
ESTIMATED EXPENSES, Bradford County, Ronda 1/4 of SE 1/4)), in Section 11, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 10:00: A.M. in the Bradford Mildred Harrell, I lean Lewis, REG.PRICE ,
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30. 1974 Township 5 South Range 22 REGISTER County Courthouse, Friday Freda Mott Regina Parrish, rTfi Id'
FICTITIOUS NAME October 4, 1974 for the
East AND the West Half (W Terri Robinson Alma Sparks, Pushbutton-
Witness& Fees 4,000.00 following: r
Jury 1/2)) of Lots 8 and 9, and the 865.09Florida and Joyce Stokes.
Other Court Cost 40,911.52 Pursuant to Section
Half N 1/2)) of Lots 23
State Attorney(Supplement) 4,312.38 North ( Statutes notice Is here- I. TABLE TOP COPY front drop-in
and 24, all in Section 12, I DEIAN B\PTISTDedan
Public Defender(Supplement) 2,215.68 Township 5 South, Range 22 by given that the undersignedSue MACHINE.As Church is happy to bobbinstepbuiltin! '" (92

Maintenance County Jail 765.00 East of WOODLAWN accordingto Fowler, Star Route per the following specifica have been able to purchase a buttonholer to bui It.in,

Inquest Physicians Fees 705.00 or plat thereof recordedin Hampton Florida 32044 doing tions: bus to bring in people who 12 interchangeable stitches j jCOLEMEN'S
Salary Sheriff 14,760.00Salary map business under the firm name of 1. Must be able to reproduceat
otherwise unable to
Plat Book 1 1. Page 17 (formerly were
Deputies &Assistants of Sheriff 79,685.00 STARKE ROOFING CO. Star a rate of twelve copies per
Rat Book 1 1. Page 1)) public SEWING CENTER
32044,
Expenses Other Than Salaries, Sheriff 45,861.00 Route Hampton Florida minute.
3,000.00 records of Bradford County said fictitious 2 Flatbed Book Copier, multiple copy mode. 138 E. Call Street Fla
Investigations intends to register !T Starke 32091LrraovLOANa :
28 and 56 .
Florida AND Lots 27, ... ..
of 3. must be roll --- - --- ---
Equipment 7,877.00 name under the provisions Copy paper on
all in Section 13, Township 5 aforesaid statute 4. Must make multiple copies Gene Long, Tax Assessor I I.J.
South Range 22 East of NOe.Lrn *Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY
9/26 2t 10/3
Sue Fowler sole owner 5. Must have continuous
WOODLAWN, according to
TOTALAPPROPRIATIONS 204,09258
map or plat thereof recorded in 1k
County Not to Exceed 295.00
Plat Book 1. Page 17 (formerly
Sheriff 10 percent of total budget mmm if
Rat Book 1 1. Page 1)) public

TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting, records of Bradford County
Form CF-415)) 204,387.58This Florida AND Lot 39 in Section Lrery: Day LowPr i ce FOOD EvcryDayLowPrice
14 Township 5 South Range 22 |

is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adopted by the Boardof East of WOODLAWN according BEEFSIRLOIN
County Commissioners of Bradford County on September 9, 1974. to map or plat thereof Pantry REGULAR GRIND
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17 FAIRSUPERMARKETS
(formerly Plat Book 1, Page 1)) Pride OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR WALKER Defendant pubic records of Bradford

TAX DEED County Florida; SUBJECT
NOTICE OF SUIT HOWEVER, to public roads

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, PROPERTY utility easements and that. STEAKS STARKE
certain easement for Ingress and
that Donald Wade the holder of 320 SOUTH'
recorded in Official
K. Walker egress
ToBrigitte:
the following certificates has
Record Book 119 Pages 52-55, WALNUT ST
6369 Schoveck 1
filed said certificates for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The Bleichstr West Germany public records of Bradford th 1J $178 ............. ,.... ONG0GOOD ......
County, Florida. wer lotus sacs oooor"ru.UDNELOA LB
,
certificate numbers and years of .. OCr 1 1t74 QUAD"" 99cwe
issuance, the description of the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat AND .0".0
property, and the names in an action to Mortgage Begin at the intersection of the _. m are pause u accept BAG
which it was assessed are as Foreclosure on the following easterly right of way line of LB L1Tt11 U.TILL FOOD STUMP
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
follows: property in Bradford County, EOUPOIISLiLL
Florida: and the Northerly right of way

Certificate No. 117. Year of line of Lawtey and Mddleburg

Issuance 1971.Description Lots 13 and 14, Block 29 of Road and run Easterly along said
of Property: Com Peek's Addition to Starke Northerly right of way line 179 fercSY-DayLowPrfce EverypayLowPrke

at SE Cor of NE 1/4 and Run W Bradford County Florida as per feet thence run North and
523.5', Nwly 166.5' for POB. By plat thereof recorded in Pat parallel with aforesaid Easterly EEF BLADE ASSORTED FlOWOAGIUDt'A: .

103', Nly 1267', Wly. 110', Sly Book 1, Page 45, Section \28. right of way line a distance of FRESH
1100', Sely 103', to POB ex. Township 6 South, Range 52? 100 feet thence run Westerlyand CHUCKROAST Pork Loin

in OR 78-141 East parallel with aforesaid
Parcel desc being -
the Westerly 55'. Sec. 24, Twp. Northerly right of way line 179 CHOPS FRYERS

8 5., R.22.Name has been filed against you and feet thence run South alongSasterly ,

in which assessed: you are required to serve a copy right of way line a ...,, _WHOLE _
if a.tance of 100 feet to of "
Clifford WardenAll of your written defenses any point 2 PER
of said property being in to it, on the plaintIff's attorney, beginning also being the _
the County of Bradford State of whose name and address is Westerly 179 feet of Lot 7, Townof F.LpIIICE
Florida Hon George H. Pierce, P: O Lawtey East of Railroad,

Unless such certificate or Drawer 1030 Starke Florida, according to map or plat thereofin
certificates shall be redeemed 32091 and file the original with Plat Book 1 1. Page 6, all in Every PayLow Price CvryDayLowPriceOMIIISS CvcryDaylow EvcryPayLowPrkc EveryDayLowPrke EveryDaylowPrtcc E cryDavLow Price

the clerk of the above styled Section 23. Township 5 South, aO"IUII a rer BIIP OMUlf Bflf SMOKED ALL PURPOSE Panlrv Pride
law the BEEF RIBROAST
to
according property
ROUNDSTEAKS ,...., ,. .......
before October 24th Range 22 East. SHOULDERSTEAKS
described in such certificate or court on or CHUCK POTROAST PORK??.".loo:; Potato
1974: otherwise a judgment may has been filed against you and APPLES
certificates will be sold to the Mtt+OMrp H* SHOULDER :Chips
be entered against you for the you are required to serve a copyof
house highest door bidder at the court relief demanded in the complaint your written defenses if any, $168 '128 t i b8 g $ i49 ITO / < 4 Le 69tu .80z 59c
September on 1974.the 30th day of or petition. to it on EUGENE F. SHAW, :: ) La U u .ra -yEwryteyLewPriM La BAO Pkg

WITNESS my hand and the Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
Dated this 23
of
1974 day August' seal of said Court on September17th address is Post Office Box 1086, W IvenrteyUwMn W IvcrytayUwMc* IwrytayUwPrfc*W t ryD rL rPrk*W E* ryDeyt wMc

Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 1974. Starke, Florida 32091, on or p PFIIFFER I
before October 17, 1974, and file TCM.STU
By: Beulah M.
Moody Gilbert S. BrownAs the original with the Clerk of this FLOUR
Clerk of Circuit Courtof
Clerk of said Court Court either before service on
Bradford County Fla.
9/5 4t 9/26 By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Plaintiff's attorney or immediately :79EverypayLowPrke
Deputy Clerk thereafter; otherwisea

9/26 4t 1017IN default will be entered againstyou A ?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for the relief demanded in COMPARE :.
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR the complaint. u. S. CHOICE BONELESS I U. S. CHOICE BONELESS

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE CIRCUIT COURT WITNESS my hand and the Cottage Cheese '.;::':.:;OI 5ge .. Eye Round : Bottom Round

BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF seal of this Court on this 17th i
Sour Cream :au.: 4ge 6. ''
No. 74234IN FLORIDA IN AND FOR day of September, 1974.GILBERTS. ROAST $189' ROAST $128

of CHRISTO- BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL Daisy Cheese ..".o"O.'w' .."r sr9 tar ; '
RE Adoption
: ,
BROWN
U. S. CHOICE BOTTOM
U S. CHOICE
ACTIONCASE BONELESS
PHER MacLAUREN STROUD NO.74239In CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Cheese Spread wow.or. 9ge 20. Round '

.. I Rump
.o..on.
NOTICE OF SUIT COURTIN Perch Fillets '"' O." 69 e 10.
re: The Matter of the AND FOR BRADFORD I STEAK $148'

ToCharles: Aubrey Jones Adoption GASKINS of TERRY RAE COUNTYBY Beulah M. Moody Fried Fish Sticks Oo;,:::gw" 5129 20. : : ROAST Ll59:

(Address Unknown) Deputy Clerk I

NOTICE OF SUIT 9/194t 1010IN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat NO PROPERTYTO I EverypayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrke

a Petition for Adoption has : ALL INTERESTED PARTIES .
been filed and you are requiredto THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CRACKER JACK I SWEETHEART 100% PURE FLORIDA
serve a copy of your written THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- ||IBLETS

defenses, if any, to it on YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR LIQUID PINKDETERGENT
RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorneyfor BRADFORD COUNTY.M. .
an action for adoption has
Petitioner whose address is BUTTER faN
been filed against you and you VACUUM PACKED WHOLE KEKNEL ,
114 N Walnut Street P. O. Box F. WIGGINS and MANA +M IYrJ1
995 Starke Florida 32091 and are your required written to defenses serve ,a if copy any of to WIGGINS his wife. Plaintiffs, SMOOTH* CMUNCHV t FftOZIN f a CANS

file the original. with the Clerk of it, on the plaintiff's attorney, 3/79< C
the above styled Court on or whose name and address is vs- : 1r 6/99

before October 15, 1974, otherwise GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esq., P.O.
a judgment may be enteredfor DRAWER 1030, STARKE, CARLA. HARDEN and LOTTIE

Petition.the relief demanded in the original FLORIDA with, 32091 the, clerk and file of the the dants.L. HARDEN, his wife. Defen- COMPARE: !! F;"' W' COMPARE : !.: ',it ;COMPARE -;:!:!,:' ."


WITNESS my hand and the above styled court on or before Fiddle Faddle .01 3/l/ u. I Pantry Pride Olives 49c 10. I Salad H' seal of said Court on the 9th day September 16,1974: otherwise a NOTICE OF ACTION 'uc Dressing 11 Of |A 59c 10.

of September 1974.GILBERTS.. judgement may be entered : PROPERTYTO Yellow Zonkers "i"1: 3/$1/ 151 i Plus Meat '..;' 69c 6. i Cherry Preserves ...., "., 59c h


BROWN demanded against you in the for complaint the relief or CARL LOTTIE A.L HARDEN and his Cat Food 1-: 'iJ.: :;: t.ol:: 6/l/ I. ; Pantry Pride Dinners 49 Grape Jelly ;; ','.:' 79c 161
as Clerk of Said Court HARDEN wife .
By: Donna M. Branson petition.WITNESS my hand and the P. O. Box) 612 Dog Food T.r";: = 6/79c/ 21. i Macaroni Dinner AN'I <>::A' 4.51' '7. I Grape JamPeanut lft III UtM*.P 79c III

Deputy Clerk Lake Butler Florida 32064 .. ...., .
9/1241 10/3 seal 1974.of said Court on September Flea Collar ".0"'" 79<= ei I Taco Casserole 79c '10. Butter 'po:: :' sl'1 a..

16 action YOU to ARE foreclose NOTIFIED a mortgageon that an Boot Polish Kit 'g," 3/$1/ 41. ; Southern Maid Grits ,., 75c m 10. I Peanut Butter ... 7::::0'.., 65c ..

GILBERTS.Clerk of said BROWNAs Court the following property in Step Saver 7t 01 99 '0. I Southern Maid Meal : 75c '0. i P'nut Butter & Jelly 1'."',?::'63 ae.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Bradford County Florida
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF By Beulah Aa Deputy M. Moody Clerk Lot 15, M. F. Wiggins: Iced Tea Mix 10 IKVllOMt' 6ge o. i Cherry Peppers ".;:aw": 25c .. i Skimmed Milk '.':,o,"" 3/65c/ ..

FLORIDA IN AND FOR 9/194t 1010I Subdivision according to plat Tea '. "'.' 8ge 10. Roast-N-Boast :' 4/S1/ 56.
BRADFORD COUNTY thereof recorded in Rat Book 3, Bags : : ; ; Flavor Ice Met 79c JO.

CIVIL ACTION Page Bradford 32.County Public Florida Records of Iced Tea Mix IftOt Mt|**vltO*.lt 3/2ge/ n. Yellow Mustard "-;::o=.,.. 39c .. Canned Soda '.";,"?:""'" 8/95c/ 10


I will not be responsible for has been filed against you and -
CASE No.74-242 bills made by Mint on Lynn you are required to serve a copy ------SA KArM; PAX E.o.I .

(Ronnie) Jones or anyone else of your written defenses if any, 30* I ..KK BASIC
GUARANTY FEDERAL other than myself. to it on EUGENE F. SHAW, I COFFEE II COFFEE I ENGLISH DEVILED

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Plaintiff attorney whose ... INtTAMTWITM 12omttt MUFFINS CRABS HAI SPRAT
OF GAINESVILLE a MMlIa Rosa Dicandio Jones address!I.Poet Office Box) 1086, I OFF THIt. COUPON ..00..... AT4Nmf I I OFF Twit COUPON OOOO ONLV*T0AMTHV I

corporation. Plaintiff. w. EARL 9/19 2tp 9/26/ Starke, Florida 32091, on or I I i ttM we..."*..0. i 4 COUPOM 11011*THHUocr I I OCT 1 ltF4 MIDI ilMtf 0 O 1 4 COUPON.ftTOAl*THfllf I O "" 7Q <
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FOR SALE: Horse trailer, in
FOR RENT12': Mobile Home on
good condition. Registered 21/2 acres off 301 south. FOR SALE: New unfurnished FOR SALE 1974 Parliament by .. I

CLASSIFIED AD RATES Bay Stud. Bay Mare Ap- $100 per month. 9646615. lIp Double Wide Mobile Home 2mmer. 65 x 12 2 BR Luxury We now have a fulltime appliance Pumps Long Clamp

paloosa POA. Must sell, - -- -- Never Been Uved In. You can home FK, king side bed. repairman for all your
Deadline for insertion moving to the city. Call 468- buy this $18,000 home for Walls of mirrors, really pretty. needs.
FOR RENT Trailer Spaces repair
Noon 1835 after 2 pm Itp $14,500 the See Alice at 1650 N. New
Tuesday preceding Available 1st month's rent by assuming TempleAve. And UsedSALES Home and
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Thursday before publication -- -- $185.00 monthly payments.For ? Starke 964-7212. Call Badcocks
;. free. Call 496-2841. Lake
Minimum Charge$2.00 FOR located SALE: High and dry lot Butler, Fla. 9/12 4tp 10/3 details call 468-1727. 1tp itchy 964.5289 PARTS Building Materialsj\

(Covers 15 Words) in "Five Oaks" near - - - - -- -WE BUILD
- -- -
Each word Starke Golf Course Lot No. 3 SERVICE
over 13
198' x 126'. Culverts and FOR RENT 12' wide mobile FOR SALE: 1974 Mobile Home FOR SALE Small 2 BR house. YOUR PLANS OR OURS
10 cents DEEP & SHALLOW
driveway, well pump and tank homes outside city limits. J.B. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, take over Price $11.850 $2,850 down. WELLS

All Classified Ads must be included. Electricity already White. Ph. 964 6114. If no payments. Phone 4681367. $94 69 Monthly. Located at STARKE 301 MOTEL Plumbing Supplies YOUR LOT OR OURS

t paid for In advance unless you on lot. 964-7767. 9/26 2tp answer call 964 8775. tfchg. Itp 615 Lafayette St Call FREE ESTIMATES
have an established account 10/3 - - - Gainesville. 3722633. 9/5 Weekly & Monthly EXPERT SERVICEON
REMODELING REPAIRS
4tchg 9/26. Hates
with the Telegraph, In that - - -
FOR SALE Furnished
: unfurnished
or
-'
-
-- - ADDITIONS
event SO cents extra chargefor FOR SALE: One cleared ALL MAKES
acre lot AutomobilesUsed 2 bedroom, block, 964-5976 301 North
billing.when Not responsible for in Country Club Estates L central air, heat, 2 lots, fenced UNI I IED I-ARM AGENCY INC( If PHONE 9647O61Durrance HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
errors given over the 5000. Also 64 Ford
pickup( or yard, near everything 1021 TRADED
phone or when copy is not 67 Plymouth convertible, 6 Palm Street. 1tp ReI! Real Estate Broker

typed and brought to the office. cyl' W/A, $1,550 or best .- -- -- - Pciul Faulkner Broker INSURANCEAT (ACREAGE FOR SALE

offer. 964-8087. 9/26 4tchg FOR SALE: 1968 Ford Galaxie rim Irene Fdulkner Assoc. PUMP A SUPPLY CO. 964-6853

10/10 500, 4 door 302 engine, AT, Robert Faulkner Assoc REDUCED RATES

r - - - PS, Good Condition $450. LILLIAN PEARSON Louise Mc Role Assoc: AUTO, FIRE, BOAT B64-N TEMPLE AVE HWY 3O1 S STARKE.. _._TF.-
Real Estate ..,
Phone 4734896. ---
1tp DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE -
2305 N Temple Ave.
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FOR SALE Anytime7823806( ) Sl.irkc. Fla 964 506b AGENCY OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
FOR SALE 1968 Pontiac
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___ TCHG
MISCELLANEOUSSAWS LeMans, A/C, Power steering 3 BR, 1 Bath, brick home with WANT TO SELL OR BUY 100 W. PH. 964-5606 .:.,., "

& brakes. In excellent con family room, 1 REAL ESTATE IC..II JIMMY MOORE'S t:1 t"OI
on approx. acre
FOR SALE: 1 set Beautyrest dition. Call 964-6191. 9/192tp 1't..c'
mattresses and metal frame. 9/26 with 181' on US 301 South of Sun :
Brand used 5 Lawtey. Us For Bebt Prices SportsMORE LARGE SELECTION OF PRE OWNED a
new nights.
;
SHARPENED -- - -
work
Prospects, ,
W.ntinn tfrhei
REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
BOAT
9647608. tfchg. FOR
guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or FOR SALE 1971 60 A. farm
Toyota with 3 BR frame YOUR MONEY TF CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
-- - - -
leave at Jackson Building Corona, Good condition only house, 2 BR mobile home, 2
HERE TF
I IT IS
FOR SALE Baby calves and Supply, Starke or Keystone $995. Call 4681551. 9/19/ 4tp additional Mobile home hook- STARKE PH 964-5791

feeder pigs $18 and up. 964- HeIghts. tfchg. 10/10 ups, large stocked fish pond, 3
BR 2 Bath L.R., Dine Rm., COMPLETE OUTBOARD
7665. 9/19 2tp 9/26 aSTERN
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-- planted
fenced
pasture, and
Kit. Fam Rm., Cent. Heat & DRIVE
-- - - WILL BABY SIT in home. cross fenced. Room to farm and Air C B. Const. Approx. 1 13 SERVICE SUGAR CANE WORKERS NEEDEDIN

FOR SALE Starke Giving discount for sub-divide. Excellent terms. acres 7 Pecan Chain AND REPAIR
: 40 acres, by two\ or Lg. trees
owner. Part in permanent more. 712 112S. Colley Road. ( Motorcycles J Cecelia T. Terwillegar link Fence. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
pasture, part suitable for truck 9645567. 9/262tchg 10/3 Associate Cill 964-6593 or 964 7826 REPAIR BELLE GLADECutters
- CUSTOM BUILT FIBER-
-
farming. Almost all fenced. - Phone 964-5145

Good deep well with pump REMODELING WORK: Electri GLASS FISHING BOATS Camp Directors,

and tank. Water holes for cal and plumbing: paintingand FOR SALE: 350 Honda 1973 BRICK I Leadmen, Camp Cooks

cattle $750.00 per acre, cash. carpentry: cement work: 1/2. 9,700 miles excellent BYRON. : DUCK&ASSOCIATKS ;

I. 9647505. No collect calls. baths completely remodeled. $775. Phone 964 8241 after 5. ; HKA1.TV 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, L.R., Dine ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS Minimum $2.45 to $2.75 per hour
9/262tp 10/3 Free Rm Kit., Carport, Nice
estimates Ph 431.1000 - Branch Office part of

- - - or 782-3218, Itchg STARKE CYCLE CENTER 207 3(>7N. Temple Avenue town Fri., Sept. 27, 8:30: a.m. 12 p.m.
FOR SALE: 12 foot
fiberglassboat -- - - VKHMKI'.ODO.M; ; :
$225. Also available 5 N. Temple Ave. Ph 964-6020, associate George Roberts Real Estate
MOBILE HOME 209 W Call St
MOVING. Also Your authorized item
horsepower fishing motor mobile home HODAKA 4-7700 or !064-5-476 964 7826 or 964 6593 964.5148
hurricane dealer
$100. Phone 964-7767. 1tp anchoring tfchg.
and mobile home roof - 8 A.M.9
A.M.
-- -- Nice;
- C.B. Home and 12
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Olin's
GARAGE SALE: 583 W. Call coating. MOBILE Home acres, So. 301 frontage I 12 MIDNIGHT -1 1 AM.
Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. ParkviewVillage I II

Thurs.Street,, Fri.Odds, Sat.and 1tp ends. Starke, Fla. tfchgBILL'S r WANTEDWANTED J 2 acres story frame house and 15 I I 964-7959 SPECIAL PRICESON

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2 P.M. 5 P.M.

FOR SALE: 23,000 BTU air Service:Home Electrical Remodeling, plumbingand Lovely brick home on I MabiJeI ALL LUMBER

conditioner $175. 10,000 BTU Bessent Road 13tp-9 26
carpentry. Fast service.. Used furniture, with one
Home
$150,both excellent. Come by Mobile refrigerators acre.
home
pink block house by White repair. If its in the hookup home we and do mer's Discount washers House tfchg Dah I I II --------- TRESSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONSUKICK : ;

Feather Court Motel, Hwy./ 21 it. Call 9648087. 9/26 4tchg -- .\1'1'1.1.mo'i: :'; : I Park I Cash & Corry TiresI

in Kev/stonq, 1tn 10/10/ Associate See Us For All Your Building Needs
- - - ... WANTED: Waitresses and 9M-7955! .. .. ... t. Naw taking applicationsFor 412E CALL
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:MATERIAL
r LONGCIIA.IIPBUILDING: ; : ;
FOR SALE: ?5 HP Chrysler cooks full time work and top residency
engine.. 16 ft. boat and tra er. OPENING September 23. pay. Apply ir> person Sports t .SPACIOUS LOT SIZE \ FIRES U. S. 301 South Phone 9.j.AA5J{) < ;

Good condition. Kids lost Academic Kindergarten. Ages man's World Truck Stop. I FRONTEND
New homes, 3 bed- .SWIMMING POOL
21/2-5. Call Lu Sanders masonry t
interest. to Formerly B & G. Itchg.
Must sell. 4732210.
register. Ph. 964 8404. 9/12 room, 2 bath, central heat and FACILITIES &
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tfchg.- - - 4tchg 10/3 air, wall to wall carpets. I PLAYGROUND BRAKE SERVICE -

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TV Color picture tubes only $79 WANTEDCarpenter Small farm, close to Starke, 3 I .CITY SEWER & WATER I 964-5800

plus labor, Dahmers Discount. WILL BABY SIT in my home bedrooms, 1 bath, fenced. .GARBAGE PICK UP QUALITY TIRES & Re-

tfcllo. Monday thru Friday. Infants Work, t .LAUNDRY FACILITIES

- up 9646821. 9/12 3tp 9'26 Additions, Repairs, 12 x 60 mobile home on 1/2 acre t .CONVENIENCE STORE SERVICE FOR LESS
New Construction.
FOR SALE calves & - - - .NEAR SHOPPING CENTER TFN
Baby
dairy Licensed ContractorWe 200 acres, fenced, 60 UpholsteringWanted
approx. t -- -----
dairy crossed $25 & up. OPEN: Academic kindergarten acres in pasture, $700 per acre. (Bradford Square)
Maurice Edwards, Jr. Edwards ages 2 1/2 to 5. Call Lu
On KOA
Want Campground
I ,
Rd. Phone 964 6096 or Sanders to register. Ph. 964- Welding Work FRED SACKETT-REALTOR Heaters

964-8510. 9/12 4tp 10/3 8404 Itchg Pulpwood To 205 N. Temple(US.3Q1I) a on 301 South ,
Buy
STOP IN OR CALL
- - -- -
- - - 9646522Nitq CleanedNow
Carl J. Wilson & Son
FOR SALE 14 SR.It West j 468 1753 t 9&4-84B4''
: acres of land just LOSE WEIGHT safely & fast Is The Time

outside city. Buford Mitchell, with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. 964-6491 964-8336 L 26-10 17 410 IB
To Have Your Gas &
Ph. 9646853. Itchg. 9-5 4tp 9-J6 To Do
REDUCE excess fluids with X- -- [ ]

- - - Pel, $3. Koch Drug's 9/12 New Homes, 3 BR, 2 Baths 011 Heaters Cleaned

Stchg 10/31 Carpeted, Cen. H/A, Some
Appliances. Garage Car Port. BRASINGTON & Checked Before
WATSON'SHOUSE -- -- - or
OF VACUUMS City or Rural.Acreages ('.MHI.I.AC-OI.D.SMOHII.K I { : REASONABLY
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRAll LOST AND FOUNDLOST. s.\I.ES & SEH\: In: Cold Weather Arrives

Many brands of new vacuums makes cleaned, oiled and Large or Small. I l-'iiif.,clectiun of I'si'il Cars Call

$39 00 up. Used machines adjusted $7 All work 'l'a. ken I On I'adiIIac'I'rade. PRICEDWill
from guaranteed. James We will collect your rent or :join! :vi:.tth :i7--iiu: : Jr Reams
$10. Expert Repairs all Strickland, Morgan Road and Large male black dog. Appraise your property .t; \1 l\ES\: 11.1.1-:
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor SR.16. Ph. 964 8733 or 782- Tan colored face, answers to 964-7730 Pick and Return

all vacuums. Built in 3189. Also scissors sharpened Rover. Call 964 6053. Reward. Starke Telephone 964 6162 9 12-10 3 Up
central! vacuum cleaning $1. tfchg Itchg "

systems. 712 N. Main. Call Day or Evenings.I.TIIOMS.II.Mlloi $ SAVES" 4&8t87:1Boyd. :
Gainesville 376 7110. TF Well

.\. FRED DAVIS Drilling

FOR SALE: Reg. Poodle ( HELP WANTED 1 HOUSES FOR SALEFOR li1:!I .'\. II.MTST.: .. GMC TRUCKS Fast Rotary
Puppies, Silver. Ready Oct T<-1. !till l-bl62! :!
1st Call 9647224. 9/26 Zip BUICK PONTIAC"A Drilling EquipmentFor

10/3 LITTLE RIDE CAN Soul Brother and Day

- .- HELP WANTED: Lady to sell SALE: 12 x 653 bedroom 2 YourReal SAVE YOU A LOT" TF and Nite Janitorial Services><
GREEN COVE SPRINGS" 2" Thru 6" WellsCall
FOR SALE: 71 Gladstron GT- convenience food. Good pay, full baths, low down payment,

160, 16' 21/4", 125 HP Johnson group insurance, profit house type windows fully Estate Us For have merged to bring; youA

motor, 50 MPH and with sharing Apply Food'n Scat carpeted, real sharp. Priced to Your Water System Needs
trailer $2295. Excellent Store South Walnut and US sell. 1650 N. Temple Ave. Broker SpecialNew complete line of services. With a larger more experienced

condition W. C. Townsend, 301. tfchg Starke. 9647212. Itchg. staff to meet your needs promptly.
Sell- Trade 9G47O1Durrance
Buy -
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Kingsley Lake. Ph. 5332261. - - - Doublewide Home Business Industry
9/26 2tp 10/3 FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Honeymoon
&
HELP WANTED: Experienced special, 2 bedroom, blue AppraisalsCALL I Pump Floors Carpets Windows: Etc.
-- - 3 Br 1&Vt Bath
Medical Full
Secretary time Supply
carpet in LR and both BILL POWELL Renew the of trailer home roof, or
FOR SALE: 1973 340 Duster, local doctors office. 964 8082.HELP beauty your patio
Best deal. Ph. 4733058. Itp Itp bedrooms. $640 down. See it REAL ESTATE Only $6995Your Developers Of pool.
today. 1650 N. Ave.
-- -- - Temple 964-6464 Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure steam
Under Ground
- - - 964-7212. Itchg. Water .
and or chemical
FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars WANTED: Need a baby - - - | ASSOCIATE 864 N Temole Ave.
Doublewide
made in Japan by Gibson now sitter for a 2 year old boy. Part FOR SALE: 1974 3 bedroom Starke Fla. Lawns and hedges cut- yard maintenanceJunk

at Dahmers DIscount. tfchg. time. Phone 964-5975. Itchg. double wide mobile home. 1 Ralph Bryan Specialists
Sales & Service
TFN and scrap removal from homes or stores
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1/2 bath, carpet in LR only.

FOR SALE: Freezer beef at Low down payment with 964.6208 Big "G" Painting interior and exterior

bargain J. R. Wain- monthly payments only $135.
wriflht. Phone prices. 9647835. 1tp I t fOR RENT 1 Ph. 964-7212, 1650 N. Temple WE HAVE BUYERS Mobile HomesHwy 964.5425 964.8359

Ave. Itchy.- FOR ACREAGE 2698
-------- - - 90 E. Lake City. Fla

FOR SALE: Case pocket knives
Dahmers FOR SALE: 3 bedrooms, 2 Large- Sma"ImprovedUnimproved 752-3201 The New Soil Extraction Methodof
now sale Announcing
on at FOR RENT: Double wide mobile TF PLUS TAX & TAG
baths, living room, family
Discount. House. 112 E. Call
home on four acres, 3 BR, 2
room, large landscaped lot. 8
St. tfchg. bath, in Hampton area. $150 percent interest. Buford WE NEED Carpet Cleaning

per month. Waters Grocery, 964-6853. YOUR LISTING
Mitchell. Ph. Itchg
FOR SALE: Medium point Phone 4689975. lip
Office Shop 19 cents - - - Davidson Not Foam. Shampooing or SteamingSoil
pent. - -- - -- -
each 91.80 dozen. When FOR SALE: 1971 12 x 60 trailer 3 B R Homes-Old and New
buying dor.per each dozen coats FOR RENT: 12 x 502 BR. trailer, in excellent condition. Small Small and Large City Mobile Home ParkIn Extraction leaves your carpet clean, free or soap
Air Cond. Central Heat. GrIffis and Country From $19,800 and water and almost immediately ready for use.
the and take
and
tl.es. Buy 12 dozen Loop. Call 964-7047 before equity up paymentsof City Limits
price dozen it tl.30. Buy $99.84. Call 473-3073 after
per The Office 12.00: or after 9:00. Itp 5:30 lip BUILDING LOTS We are now giving free estimates and setting up appointments -
our pent and save. : p.m.>
------------ $30 Per Mo
MOBILE HOME for no earlier than September 20 1974.
Shop. 133 W. Call St.. Starke. ----- -----
Fla. 32091 Phone 964.6305. FOR RENT: 1973 furnished 12 x FOR SALE: 1973 Shelby Mobile LOTS
Walk To New
60 foot 2 bedroom mobile To introduce and promote this new concept of carpet
Home. Nothing down take up
FOR SALE: File boxes. home, air conditioned. 3 miles payments. Must sell this Commercial Shopping Center cleaning the first 5 customers will receive their carpet
south on US 301. $125 per & cleaning for Half Price.In .
guides and cards. Everything week. Ph. 964-7071. It !City' Gas Water Sewer
month. Ph. Itchg. Residential
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964.5844.
you "e.d01" fixing a filing ------------
,tymtem. All for sale at The ----- -- FOR SALE: 12 x 52 trailer. Take On 301 South r addition, we now feature odor removal and Scotch-

Ofllee Shop FOR RENT:Trader space$25 per up payments of $86 66 per CALL US gard protection.
------------ mo. Raiford Road, 4 miles month. Central air included. BEFOREYOU Jolu Motel 376-4551

FOR SALE: Electric Pencil from Starke. Ph.. 964-5153 Excellent condition. 9647767. 4222 NW 13th St. 964.5425 964-8359

itarpaneri, 3 different styles after 5 p.m. tip ,9/262tp 10/3 BUYorSELL 964-8810 Gainesville
9/29. T cl 11/14
In sock g.
for home
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Plant Was Issue In 1938
's Municipal Power Political '
Count Agents

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It was front page headline For those who do not matter of controversy in 1938, favorable letter about wright's opponent in the Bobby rIi.: I
news when Bradford County remember "WPA days," the just as they are today. In fact, Starke's plant.Wainwright. mayor's race Dr. W. E. September Taylor
received an Increase of 55 men Works Progress Administration In those WPA days Starke'smunicipal i Middleton fired off a letter to .
In Its WPA labor quota back In was created by the plant was wrote "1 the Palatka newspaper describing -
July 1938. Franklin Roosevelt adminis- becoming quite a political happened to be paying my the power plant here Rainfall

tration to provide work for the Issue.It light bill at the time and complaining as "Starke's greatest asset,

This and other interesting jobless during the great depression when two about It being so high. and we are proud of it. Our Above The weatherman must have looked at the calendar last l
Information Is contained In a of the 1930's.Though all started took candidates I want to say that our light rates are quite reasonable and weekend when a cold front and rain came on the first day of
July 29. 1938 Issue of The for mayor Opt the plant the for city fall autumn. Milder days aixf cool nights will be welcomed
plant government or
Bradford County Telegraph the $1.52 a day pay posing views of the value oStarke's f being owned bysthe city are pays Average
retires our bonds pays by folks who are busy with outside activities.As .
owned by Fred G. Stern, a scale seems Incredibly low by plant to the community among the highest In the state for Improvements, and keeps
long-time subscriber living on today's standards, It went a and wrote letters to newspapers and the citizens of Starke
In terms of in Palatka where a itself going. You will never The first three weeks of we look back at the official temperature and rainfall
Stern Road east of Starke. long way purchasing cannot afford to enjoy the
hear any complaint from records, it appears that we have had a fairly cool summer
power judging by grocery move to construct a municipal comforts that electricity will September brought an
The local Increase In the ads in the July 1938 Telegraph. plant was being strongly afford them In a home. anyone except some sorehead average of 7.42 Inches of rain with only an average amount of rainfall. The important thing
WPA (Works Progress Ad- Five pounds of sugar cost 23 opposed by Florida Power & who wouldn't be satisfied with to Bradford County far exceeding that has halted a lot of hay.making and land preparation for
a seat In Heaven. My advice to winter and gardens Is that we have had some rain In
crops
ministration) labor force cents, as compared withtoday's Light Co. "Numerous people have the 1.97-lnch 50 year
resulted from Washingto'sauthorization price of $1.95. all towns and cities is to own average for this month: some areas almost daily. Our soil has been saturated even

of an additional Seventeen cents would buy a your "own light and water though there has been very little run-off.

11,500 workers In Florida The pound of T-bone steak, where 1938 Food Prices plant. Louis Hill fire tower at
Bradford roll was Increased It wouldn't even buy the bone This was also followed by a Highland recorded the These have been Ideal conditions for fungus diseases and
from 80 to 125 men. at today's price of $1.98. A tall lengthy letter to Palatka heaviest rains during this some Insects. Our second Invasion of "Love Bugs" was big,
can salmon went for a dime- 5lbs. period with 9 1-2 Inches. New especially in some spots. Fall webworms have appeared in
WPA wage increases had but a WPA worker would SUGAR . 23c citizens, signed by T. Frank River tower was second with 6 many pecan trees throughout our area. Some pastures and
also been put into effect, have to spend more than a Landrum, mayor; W. L. Wall, 1-2 inches while Starke lawns have had more than their share of armyworms and I
raising laborers from $1.26 a for of chairman of the City Council; reported 6.28 inches. grass caterpillars.
day's wages a can
day to $1.52. Foremen were salmon at today's price of SALMON, taU can . 10c of and the H.Bond L Brownlee Trustees chairman defending Total average rainfall since

raised from $38 to $42 per $2.89 for a tall can of red the Starke plant and January lis computed at 55.32 Probably the most destructive Insect this year has been the
week, and rod men and truck Alaskan (best grade), or even pointing out Its importance inches still 2.45 Inches below mole cricket In pastures and lawns.Most folks did not realize

drivers from $30 to $33. $1.89 for selected pink. Five the controversy was been Inquiring of me as to our the 50-year average of 57.77 that they had this pest until large bore pulverized areas
It was planned to put the pounds of bananas went for 25 touched off when N. D. Wain- municipally owned light plant for the first nine months of the began to show in their grass. Il doesn't take these Insects I

new men to work on the cents In WPA days. while wright, Jr., one of the candidates and I have told them all of the In spite of this strong year. long to undo an expensive pasture establishment and I
Brownlee Road the only WPA today the housewife IS lucky to defense and support of the production program.
for mayor, wrote to the high light rates and unsatisfactory -
project then In operation In find one pound for that price.It Palatka Daily News saying he service that we have Starke plant Palatkans lain slacked off during the
turned down the ordinance Mole cricket and other Insect and disease control Is
with
the county with the exception was in the Starke City Clerk's here." past week New River very
of the new school building and is Interesting to note that office when a Palatka citizen providing for a municipal tower reporting 1.1 inch Louis Important to our cattlemen now because of the high costs of
the sewing rooms. high electric rates were a called to ask the clerk for aPoint In reply to this Wain- plant by a vote of 833 to 768. Hill .4, and Santa Fe. .3. production when prices received are lower than they have
been in many years. It's almost like spending a dollar to save
two dollars, rather than investing a dollar to make a dollar

j; c :f view ......... ................................................. .. and a dime. "

Letters to the Editor Since I have been urging cattlemen to roduce as much

( feed as economically as possible through a efficient forage
program, insect control must be a part of their program.
Primaries Mole crickets can be controlled with a toxaphene or dylox
Spring bait broadcast on the infected areas at about 20 to 30 pounds

TELEPHONE SERVICE 5. Trying to reach the gilgil per acre. The baits should work well now that the mole
DEPLORED "Operator" by dialing "0" for crickets are working near the surface of the soil and will

Saw Heavier special long distance calls Is readily emerge to get the bait.

Voting An letter to James next to impossible. I have .
Russell open president of Florida many times spent up to 10 We here at Union Correctional Mole cricket bait will work in the lawn and given control
minutes In letting the phone Institutionare very well but there are other materials like chlordane or diazinon that
State Telephone Co.. 115 W.
acquainted with the writer of be used that will kill the crickets and other
too.
ring, and not getting any can pests
Mrs. Katherine Odham the veteran Nebraska Ave.. Bonifay, Fla.
Apparently :Mrs. Odham has the operator to answer. This is the letter O.W.M.. and have Chlordane will also control ants and white grubs white

Volusia County supervisor of elections figures to prove her point. For instance Dear Mr. Russell inexcusable, especially in an been able to have the pleasured diazinon will also control chinch bugs grass caterpillars, sod
:
is convinced that the change of primary in the 1956 primary elections held in emergency situation. having his wife become an webworms, armyworms and spittle bugs. Your situation and
dates from May to September is one of I am writing as a concerned Outside Sponsor of our group the pests you might have should determine the material to
at that time there 78
the contributing factors to the May was a per citizen of Starke Florida in 6. In view of the fact that the here at Raiford. It is a real use. Of course, any time you use an insecticide of any kind,
greatest cent voter turnout in Volusia County in regard to our deplorable telephone above individual telephone pleasure to see a letter appear be sure to read and follow the label directions carefully
low percentage of voters visiting the the first primary and 64 per cent in the situation. I am accounts probably total well m your paper backing these

polls in primary elections of recent second primary. Eighty.four per cent sonally affiliated with several per- above the average thin folks who are interested only Cow.Call Clinic

years. voted in the General Election that year. of your accounts that are rental and toll fees, I in serving other alcoholics and Speaking of grass and (cattle I want to encourage all
having considerable difficulty some type of corrective action trying to help them find a cattlemen to attend a cow-calf clinic to be held in Palatka on

This is an opinion that we. too have In 1958 the primary dates were moved in receiving the type of telephone is office called in for Bonifav.on the part of your better Alcoholics way Anonymous.to live through Thursday October 17.

long held but without the facts and back to September resulting in a 55 per service that you are
This will feature topics and the latest information
Mrs. Odham cent turnout in the first and receiving payment for. I wish 7. I also feel that the Enclosed in this letter you program
figures to prove it. Now primary a to itemized below: on winter forage production, the beef cattle outlook, and the
steps forward with voter records to sub- dismal 10.5 per cent in the second. The majority of the telephone will find an Invitation to the best course for the cow-calf producer today I'll be talking
in this area are of the Hope
stantiate this belief. General Election turnout was only 61 1. Our residential phone, accounts the same problems 29th anniversary to be held here at UCIm about this program at the Cattleman's meeting in Lake
cent that 964-7515 in the name of Carl having Group Butler on October 10, and will send programs to cattlemen
per year. with their telephone.I Saturday;Oct,12, from 3 to
Hurst. to the The is to
prior meeting. important thing now reserve
Florida Association The of this
She points out that The 9 p.m. purpose
October 17 and catch on chores so will be able to
of Supervisors of Election Inc. is The primary dates were returned to 2. Our business phone 964. would like to stress the fact invitation is to invite you to attend. up your you
May in 1960. with a 6111 and an unlisted emergency that we have at all times come and share our day with
solidly in favor of returning primary in corresponding phone (available only to received prompt and courteous us and better understand the ... .......................................... ............... ..
elections to the month of May. She is pickup voter turnout that year and in the law enforcement agencies service from the local problem of alcoholism.

chairman of the associations legislative 1964. But as soon as primaries were ) In the name of Hurst office here in Starke and their -

committee which has spent many hours returned to September in 1970. the Shell Service and Hurst attitude Is a very sincere Alcoholics Anonymous is HOME NOTES

compiling factual data showing the turnout immediately dropped about 20 Wrecker Service helpful and compassionate the best way for a man In- ,

desirability of spring primaries. But so per cent. one, and this letter in no way carcerated to gain the'' FROM YOUR EXTENSION HOME
3. I am an employee of the reflects on their ability or
far these arguments have fallen on deaf School Board of Bradford service, or Is it meant to discredit strength for living TODAY /,' I"
And the low voter turnout in fall and gaining a HOPE for the' ECONOMICS AGENT
in the and work in the of the local employees
ears Legislature. County County any
future. Without it
primaries is reflected statewidenot School Administrative Offices however I certainly many men :t.

For reasons best known to themselves just in Volusia County. For instance on with phone 964-6800 (four lines think that another look is would bitter and go back hateful into and society then !.& 1 BY KATHY BROWN

September 10. 1974. only 35 per cent of comprise this number!. necessary from your office In
the legislators favor the fall return again as a ta burden.
the state's registered Democrats voted Bonifay in trying to correct a
The percentage..of men who
primaries and apparently couldn't care At each of the above situation that has not been Last week we began to eligible to purchase a mobile
in the Governor's which the return to prison after being
less about the devastating effect of race was numbers I encounter the satisfactory since It was exposed A is low discuss various aspects of a home under the Federal
high vote-pulling race on the ticket. The same difficulty at various of the to,4 very (FHAI
September dates in terms of voter moved out County. compared the man whodidn't decision to purchase a mobile Housing Authority or
statewide voting in some other races times every day as listed column Veterans Administration
home. This week's
the into AA while he
turnout at polls. Mrs.Carl Hurst ,get
dropped below 30 per cent. below: Rt. 1, Box 24-C was,inside. continues this topic.INCLUDED. (VA) loan guarantee

The switched the 1. At all the above numbers Starke Florida programs.
Legislature Bradford County always vote-con. we have repeated complaints ,.1hank you for showing IN The Federal Truth-in-

primaries to September mainly for the scious, is apparently an exception to the of parties trying to reach our UCI HOPE GROUP 'compassion for your fellow BASIC PRICE Lending Law now requires the
benefit of candidates who wanted to PRAISESAA man, and we sincerely hope Complete kitchen with
number and / lender to disclose the annual
rule and the voter turnout here in the
shorten the time for campaigning. But is bearing It ring on their end of Editor Telegraph: / and pray that you can find the brand.name appliances, percentage rate you are being
first primary was 66.6 cent-- almost time to and share with Bathroom fixtures Automatic
this switch in dates actually in the best per the line, but no one answering. come charged. If he doesn't tell you
double the state average. Bradford Having read the letter us on October 12. We remain heating system Water heater
should ask. There be
This is because our phones are you can
interest of the ? Mrs. Odham and
voters be Progress on the in Fellowship of LIFE. Free.standing furniture,
Countians are to commended for not ringing. This Is quite "Making differences in !financing
many other observers think not. They turning out at the polls whether the embarrasing for a business editorial page of your Sep- Built-in Furniture, Carpeting arrangements so check all the
believe that the of the tember 19 issue wish to offer -J.E. Hitchcock,Sponsor and other floor coverings,
bunching-up election be in May' or September but the phone and could be tragic in AA at VCI Curtains and draperies.A sources available to you.
Program
primaries in September and the General devastating effect of fall primaries in the case of not being able to a comment.

Election in November as well as city other areas of the state cannot be reach my husband for an mobile home may be Jimmy Brownlee,
situation with the
elections in many municipalities simply ignored. Members of the Legislature wrecker.emergency With the school And Merchants purchased unfurnished with a Given
for Jaycees small allowance made for Award By
makes much in short
too balloting too
should consider their individual in- board offices it Is quite em- items not needed.

a period. It also creates voter apathy terests less and the interests of their barrasing when the public Household equipment which Student Who's Who
because many are away on summer thinks that there is no one on
constituents more. Plan Old Fashion be included at extra cost:
vacations during the campaign period duty to take care of the Days'Jim Central may air conditioning Jimmy Brownlee,Jr.. son of

and thus out of touch and unaware of the The Supervisors Association intends necessary business. Out of the Waste disposer, Dishwasher Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee
issues. when to continue its efforts four lines that we have at our washer or Starke and a senior at
campaign Then they in behalf of office, we usually have at Laundry equipment Bradford High School was
return to home base late in August, returning the primaries to May the tra- least two of them not working a Lawson, new president and dryer Central vacuum selected by the Merit Selection

they are involved with getting the ditional primary date and voters who satisfactory. of enthusiastic the Starke over Jaycees plans for the is cleaning system.ESSENTIAL. Committee of Who's Who

children back in school and couldn't care obviously favor spring primaries should 2. At all of these numbers Old Fashion Downtown Day EXTRAS among American High School

less about who's running for what. give the association their strong support no matter how carefully you l i1 set for Saturday Oct 5. TO BUY Students to be among the less
of the
in this effort.Man's dial a number you will more These will probably add than three and per senior cent class
about 15 per cent to the basic junior
often than not. get a
"recording" that you have As a civic project, the Jay cost of the mobile home. students in the country to
Best Friend dialed a non-working number cees recently offered their Skirting to conceal the wheels receive this recognition an-

when you know that you have i 1w services to thu Merchants most mobile home communities nually.

I dialed a supposedly good t l Association in an effort to pep require it. Supports to Students selected for this
working number. h1 I'' up things in the downtown digh1 \ hold the mobile home stable award have been determined
Needs Better Care IJI) tra ct. Lawson said, and the and level- building blocks are to have shown leadership In
3. Very often when you dial ,? old-time festival idea was the often used. Steps with handrails many areas, and recommen-
the first digit a number result. for every outside door. dations are received by the
(like the "9" 1/64.8(00)/ you Over-the-roof ties or anchors Committee from every category -
will Immediately get a busy For this event, a block of A Funny Money Auction will (as of April I, 1974, every of organization Involved
Man's best friend is rapidly becoming recent years. More than a million dog signal. When trying a second South Walnut Street, from the be held from 4 to 5:30: p.m. mobile home In Florida has to with students Including high

man's biggest pest because dog owners bites are reported annually and at least or third time in succession you old Florida Bank building to with Lawson serving as be tied down according to schools, churches, scholarship

are carelessly allowing their pets to another million go unreported' He also get the number to ring, and Badcock Furniture will be auctioneer and local talent specifications set by the agencies civic and service
find out that it has not been"busy" off and turned to Department of Highway
spread disease pollute the environment roped over entertainment will start at clubs and youth program
warns of increasing reports of a new the and Motor Vehicles.)
and bite millions of children and adults "fun and games" during 5:30.: Women are Invited to Safety sponsors at the national and
menacethe free-roaming dog packs afternoon. Lawson saId an old wear old-fashioned long local level.
annually according to a recent warring which have been known to attack 4. Often when the receiver Is car will be parked on the Com- dresses, and men may come OPTIONAL EXTRAS

by a leading veterinarian. children or even adults. picked up and without dialing munity Bank parking lot and dyked out In overalls of Gay These Include garages carports Jimmy was recognized In
any number I will get a will .be demolished by the 9O's garb. The Jaycees will be outdoor storage and several areas. The academic

"Uncontrolled dogs are posing a real The fecal littering of pets is also constant and quick "buzz- public pounding it at "so much sporting their new J-C blazers utility cabinets patios, recognition that he Is most
buzz.buzz" In rapid succession a lick" Other events will as an added attraction. awnings porches and proud of Is in English and
threat to neighbors and to the general unesthetic and a nuisance as well as a which Is unlike the include a dunking machine Downtown merchants will screened rooms. The cost of science. He was awarded

community welfare" says Dr. Bruce M. public health hazard it is pointed out. busy signal buzz. This often music by a live band, and feature special sale values these Items will vary ac- second place In overall high

Feldmann director of the pet clinic at "For example the 500.000 dogs owned in may last for several hours on street dancing late In the during this weekend with cording to your selection. school competition for the

the University of California. adding that New York City deposit about 150.000 a particular line. making that afternoon some pre-Inflation prices.milijFitp4 Decide between what you'dlike 1973-74 year for his original
line completely Inoperable. to have and what you can writings and has won two
"The traditional American view of the pounds of feces and 90.000 gallons of afford.
blue and red Science Fair
pet dog as a benign companion is now urine daily on the streets of the city" ribbons. one But Jimmy's greatest .

undergoing a change." Dr. Feldmann says. FINANCING INSURING personal pride comes from

pRI4q OTHER BASIC COSTS his recognition for work in the
The problem stems from the fact that And there is another factor, not mentioned Financing a mobile home Is band.

an ever increasing number of the by the doctor but just as annoying .o typically arranged through a
dealer with a chattel mortgage He has been a band member
nation's 40 million pet canines are and disruptive as anything else similar to the process for seven years and Is now
becoming "free-roaming dogs" whose he lists. That is the unrestrained of financing an automobile. serving as president of the

owners let them run at large, or even barking and howling of neighborhood Nis Recently, legislative rulings BUS Marching and Concert
abandon them because they no longer dogs that disturbs the rest of all who are CII BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER have made It easier to purchase Band. He has been awarded
r10N
a mobile home with several medals at district
.J within earshot. Pubtiehere
want them around.
lower down payments and contests for solo and ensemble
Published each Thursday end entered as second Gass Matter et the Pat Office at Starke. Fla. under Act
There are ordinances against such longer financing periods. performances. He has decided
"More than 40 diseases in the U. S. things, but they are seldom enforced. of March 3. 1879. Banks Credit Unions and not to compete for scholarship
can be transmitted from dog to man" SubllCription rate In trade area: $6 per yea,: 3.50 lix m "the. Savings and Loan Associa awards offered by the Who's
The real enforcement is for
only owners Outside trade area: .7 per year: ...00 six me. h. lions are now making loans Who board, but does plan to
Dr. Feldmann. "And there has been
says to give their dogs the care and attention
Phone 9646306 Starks Ra. fer the purchase of mobile 'attend college and major In
an increase in the number of dog bites in that they deserve- get rid of them. homes. You also may be music..



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ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER


DELLCHAPTER oes QlffJIi 8PEfollfEIt

Dell Chapter 168 OES will W.4
hold Its regular meeting WOWON ..
tonight (Thursday) at 8 pm. I\Q\\ 5 AV E w T
in the Masonic Hall on C ti
Brownlee St. All members are 0 ONLY
asked to be present for this n

important meeting I- 9.

CHURCH NEWS
Wewand NO COUPON
Pleasant Grove United CJVOWltSfim NICIIMUrdelightful.
Methodist Church. Prayer
Meeting each Wednesdaynight to learft word! vowmslhnsi.29
at 7:30.: Bible Study
Class meets each Thursday
night. There is a special invitation .
from Mrs. Linda Week.Couponed. Rcoulir, 1 i
I Price I
Holland who found so much SPECIAL OFFERPORCELAIN Horn PrlnCoupon 1 THII COUPON"...0" ...WO"TH.".u"",S2'" 00 OFF '1
help from these organizationsin -- I -t.: .
her distress. It is time for 3 Ql.Whittling Tea Kettle, 1-8I 1199 999 0 rwwHlerulai LiH
all to know there is much ENAMEL i :;, N.11La f
1 Ot Covered '8 wal i inN
Church strength School in praying 10 a.together.m. each l FIJiIPI.I Saucepan 599 399 Y ,,:,, "do 1
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:Methodist Church Rev. Willie 1 1
Stilt pastor. Church School 10 COOKWAREFr.ih Ot Covarod S.uo.p.n 4.11 I 199 699 i
a.m. Education Day will be 01 tprlng b. uy, In butterfly color to brighten your Nltch.n.Nary gouge d..1 iXIB COUPON WORTH 900 OFF I
observed at 10 a.m. Dinner for. even cooking' Smooth ......... non.porous wdn.. re.im Mains chipping Bat Car.Onp Slaw Pal 5.17 I 1099 899 unmn
served on the grounds. O..rg.n.and dl.hwo.h.r.talo.Say b.lg..llnloh cloont I Illie fine chlno Chip proof -- --- 1 Idt au Cdvlam PRICES GOOD THURS. SEPT. 26
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Ebenezer: Baptist Church. It nl.Yd..1 ib.ad.dd 1 Snug fitting lldi Mai I in ml slur*Maket..porfoct gift,too. 3WOtCo.n.dC..xa11. 5-13 999 799 xucllP.N ,

and The Senior anniversary Choirs of will the be Junior held Quantity Rights WINN+ DIXIE STORES INC. 10 Covered i Fry Pan '.14 I 1199 t 999 j,' I, A9n,,,?n>tElr.} THRU WED. OCT. 2

Friday Oct 4, at 8 p.m. The Reserved COPYRIGHT 1974 Watch our ads for w..kly coupon i i
participants will be all local 1 ..............................fWD
choirs of Starke. Everyone is BRAND USDA CHOICI BEEF BOTTOM HICKORY SWEEt W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
invited to attend.

:Kev Ministers The L.W.East and Thomas Coast Deacons president Division Union; ROUND ROAST SLICED BACON CHUCK ROAST J

Auxiliary to Mt\ Sinai

Rev Missionary. Leroy Davis Baptist moderator Assn., SAVE 19 SAVE SAVE
will convene at Antioch $ ,
Baptist Church in Starke Bt> 10' s1LB
Sept. 27-29 All members of oJ 1' 9 9 88c

Baptist Ebenezer Churches and New will Bethel be attending B 1LB. ,

the Union. U. S. CHOICE
:Mt. Zion. Lawtey Rev. PKG. LB
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Bethel pastor. Ushers Board _
Anniversary featuring a
Fashion Show will be held USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES) W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM FRESH BOSTON BUTT

Sunday Oct. 20 at 4 p.m. The

This Glenda public activity is Brown invited is sponsored and to attend.Marzie by GROUND BEEF ROUND STEAK PORK ROAST


Jenkins.Greater Allen ('haptun' : SAVE ,
(Church Rev IIG Heastie $ 99 29 :I. SAVE
pastor. Church School will Soc $
begin services at 10 a.m. SAVI 4Oc5LB. 1 O IB.LB.. lic
88.
Sunday. At 11 am the l 'INYN1o...ac u. .
PKG.
Missionaries will be in chargeof SAVE
services. Speaker of the LB.PKG., U. S, CHOICE
morning will be Mrs\ II.G.Heastie. $3 99 $170 LB.
The ladies are asked
lo wear white. Everyone invited -
to attend all services..
(.ireater 'Bethlehem SAve I7c ARROW SAVE lOc W.D BRAND SAVE 40c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN OR TOP DOUGLAS

;: Jasper Freewill Baptist Williams Church pastor.Rev. Bath Tissue e 3 PeGS.: $1 Franks e . V K 69C Round Steak lB. $179 Whole Chicken S CAN99c

!Monday\ night.- ny..Tots and SAVE 17c DEL MONTECatsup SAVE 30e FRESH USDA CHOICE WHOLE SAVE SOc W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN TIP OR THRIFTY MAIDPork

Cho nlgttt'Senior>r- No. 3 Choir met.rehenrsot.Tuesday :' . 3 .us-: $100 1 Leg 0' Lamb, lB. $139 Round Steak l' $169 & Beans 4 CANS 88C.

Wednesday night. Prayer SAVE :Sic: THRIFTY MAID, SAVE 31c W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FRESH BOSTON BUTT SEAL IT WITHGlad
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Ladies Circle meeting Friday . . Wrap ROLLS
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Sunday is Education Day Applesauce I 4 C'AN'S $100 1 Shoulder $139 Smoked ",
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11 Family. Night will be observed Cake Mixes 2'P: x orn; T-Bone Steak lB. $179 Loin Chops e lB. $199 Helpers e 2 PKGS. $100

l Saturday night before
the first Sunday in October.
All families are asked to be ASTORCOFFEE ARROW GIANT U.S. No. 1 REGULAR VENTVUEPOTATOES
present Baptism will be held
the First Sunday A special
dinner will be featured each DETERGENTSAVE
Sunday at 12 noon :- -
The Carnation Social and fr ((20-LB. BAG $1.33)
Saving Club will leave from SAVE
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County Jail Facelifting Insurance..... i

I (From Page 1)) .-.

Items Named deducted from the employees
:;;-:;
salary If he chooses that op-
tion. In Japan, next to the emperor, rice is the most scared of all
Recommendations for items Consideration should be Coverages include the things 011 earth.
to be included in a general given to security of the jail payment of up to $55 per day
"facelifting" at the Bradford and recommendations which for a hospital room. In the
County jail were made in a could improve security and case of 8n employees Serving Florida
letter to the County Com- safety for the jailer..should be disablement two-thirds of the Since 1950
mission last week from considered and offered to the salary will be paid for a period
Robert E. Taylor of the ar- County Commissioners of 26 weeks. Other coveragesin
chitectural firm, Moore, May If toilets are replaced ft the plan provide for life :JloJa g.ling i S.c.,!}nc.
and Harrington of Palatka. Mr. Griffis recommended I r :", tl"n insurance, major medical and
Taylor made his report stainless steel toilets and minimum surgery benefits,
after visiting the with lavatories be used. accidental death and supplemental CordiallyWelcomes
R.K. Griffis and J.jail Reddish said the 20-year-old d accident protec- '
jail Inspectors for the State of jail Is generally sound and tion.A. Mrs. Carolyn Jtlf4
Florida. adequate but "Just needs a number of other'county' Eaves '
Bradford Sheriff Dolrh good facelifting. tx employees? who were not
Reddish agreed that the jail Is available Tuesday will be Representative
adequate from the standpoint Epps Elected..... given the opportunity to sign You and Your
of cell space without any up at another meeting to be Ph. 964.5812 Family To Your
enlargement at this time, with held Friday, September 27.
the exception of the proposed (From Page 1)) nNlr" h, 613 S. Colley Rd. New Home

erection of a confiscate office at Camp Blanding, Is Starke
My Neighbors
in the rear, where the second new face on the
property and other jail council this year. He will take The State Of Florida
equipment could be stored. He
the seat of retiring coun- -
said that the County Com- cilman One Wiggins who did Th It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
mission had already agreed to not seek reelection.On 1T
construct such a building. Telegraph Publisher olin Miller got plenty or attention and prompt rescue service Saturday KNEEL! Acquaint You With Your City.
Reddish said he would meet Sept. 10 city voters after a load or paneling fell from a truck and broke his leg. Man kneeling Inflates a plastic air J
soon with the inspectors and elected young Starke filled splint applied to make the trip to Bradford County I Ilospital. y L
Taylor to work out details of businessman Marc Jackson, II you are new III the area a phone call

the renovation. 28, to retiring Mayor- will bring you a prompt visit from your local hostess
Areas needing Im- Commissioner Nell Tucker's Good Deed Nets Broken Leg w1j4.
provement at the jail, as Group 1 seat, and returned Please give her a calli
outlined In
Taylor's report
Incumbent Councilman Moore's building West Call Witnesses said the truck
John Miller, co-publisher of on
were: Charles Schaefer to his Group She has maps and many free and wonderful
Floor covering required the Bradford County when a truck driven and was travelling slowly during
in all halls, cell areas, offices, 5 seat Telegraph is in Riverside owned by George Ricks and the turn and no charges were "1 asked It If there Is gills for you /Irom IDcal businesses.
storage areas, and kitchen. hospital, Jacksonville, as a loaded with plywood paneling made against the driver. God." g
Floor covering for kitchen Immediate problem facing result of injuries sustained made a left hand turn from
should be an Impervious, the two new councilmen, Epps while working on a civic club I.1.S. 301 into Call Street. As
vitreous clay tile. and Jackson, will be spiraling clean-up project last Saturday the truck turned, one of the
Office for the jail should costs of the city budget, the morning. metal bands strapping down I
be paneled. adoption of which Is pending. the plywood broke, dumping
Wainscot on wall to go all The budget is up some$409,483 Miller and a group of the panelling onto the
the to the ceiling and over last year, primarily Civltans( were pulling up sidewalk, striking Miller's left
way up
to be paint. because of skyrocketing costs weeds and grass and picking leg,which was broken In three I
epoxy of diesel fuel for the city up trash along Call Street places.The impact tossed him O
power plant and when the accident occurred. aside before the full load fell
unavailability of natural gas Miller was kneeling on the otherwise his injuries would I i
AnnuallleetingHeld cost.for the power plant, at any sidewalk in front of Jimmy have been even more severe. I,

For Friends I
Mayor Tucker has _
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Of The
Library and future problems as
financial, anticipated growth, jury investigation for some ofhis Young and handsome Bruce I
Mrs. Richard Welty was land use planning, and the comptroller action on bank Smathers had a statewide
elected president of the need for a new land fill site. charters, with the question lead of 80,323 votes over the H
Friends of the Library at the The city also has a "did you or did you not" plead female runnerup, Beverly
annual meeting Monday deteriorating sewer system the Fifth Amendment whIle Dozier, in the First Primary,
night Sept. 23, In the Bradford with old, original lines under grand jury In- and carried Bradford County .
County Library.Mrs. springing leaks and flooding vestigation? Dickinson replies by a substantial three to one I
.Wayne Whiffen was re- the disposal with ground that his Instructions were "notto margin over Mrs. Dozier
elected vice-president and water. talk" about what went on (11,763 to 558) in the First You may think fall is off-season for :. ;
Mrs. Henry T. Godwin was re- The city Is also beset with behind closed grand jury Primary.In fertilizing. ,
elected secretary-treasurer. utility rates which have doors. the non-partisan balloting It's not. Wj
During the meeting, skyrocketed with rising fuel Lewis led the incumbent by for Judiciary officers, John i
presided over by the outgoing costs and the curtailment of 50,462 votes in the First Paul Howard and E.R. (Dick) You save time in spring,you're surer
president, Mrs. Gus natural gas to the power plant Primary. and was also Mills, Jr. are in a run-off for of getting the fertilizer you want, I
Kopelousos, Certificates of which necessitates the bur- favored In Bradford County by Judge of the District Court of service is quicker too if you have snip read FARMERS I
Appreciation were presented ning of No. 2 diesel fuel 1,644 to 1,240. Appeal, Appellate District,
to the following for services costing some $BOOO per day. The runoff between Group 1. In the First Primary, by your Farmers Mutual Exchange. MUTUAL
rendered to the library: The curtailment on natural Representative Bill Gunter Bradford voters favored Ask us about it and about the best i
Senior CItizens Club of gas by Florida Gas Tran- and former Secretary of State Howard with 935 votes to 698 fertilizers for needs: Gold Kist EXCHAnGE
Starke-Bradford County, Beta smissions is for 177 days of the Dick Stone for the U.S. Senate for Mills. your
Sigma Phi Sorority, S. G. current year and that will be seat has failed to generate There will be no Republican chemically-mixed fertilizers.
Denmark, employees of the increased to 341 days In 1975, fireworks, with Stone making ballot next Tuesday, with all Free-flowing.With sulphur.
Maintenance Department of the gas company has told the a few mild passes at Gunter's GOP races settled in the First And if want to put in a winter
the City of Starke, Junior voting record In Congress. Primary. you crop
Woman's Club of Starke, city.The new budget, due for Stone has been accused of Polls open at 7 a.m. and or pasture, let us tell you about Gold Kist
Bradford County Telegraph, adoption soon, shows $605,583 catering to the liberal vote in close at 7 p.m. in the county's living seed.
Radio Statin WPXE, City budgeted for the purchase of South Florida and the con- 17 voting precincts.
Councilmen of Starke, County fuel oil, and that Is $80,900 servative vote in North and
Commissioners of Bradford under the figure recom- West Florida. Although a
County, Starke Rotary Club, mended by Clerk Merrill wealthy Gold Coast attorney,
Bradford County Library Edwards. The new figure is he maintains the common
Building Committee, Brad- five times the $115,000 in- touch by mixing and mingling SawyerSPadeGaB
ford County Library Board, cluded In the 1973-74 budget at fish frys and chicken
Cadette Troop 520, and Mrs. for fuel oil. barbecues, where he is more
Carolyn Eaves. To make ends meet in the than apt to steal the show by
The Friends at the meeting remainder of this calendar playing "Suwannee River" on
moved to hold proceeds from year the city has imposed a 35 his harmonica. & Air Conditioning
this membership drive percent surcharge on elec- Gunter has rolled up his ;
and book sale until the library tricity. The surcharge Is in- sleeves to attack Venezuelan
moves! into new quarters at cluded in the new budget oil interests for their repeated
which time additional equip- figures and apparently will be boosts in the price of oil, which
ment will be needed.Refreshments continued into the new budget he says Is costing U.S auto America's No. 1 Air Conditioner Maker
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I i it Running backs Beaver almost caught behind the lines the third period. middle lor eight yards to the BHS put Tommy Reddish
I DeSue and Tommy Reddish but a missed tackle let him get BHS led total offense with 47 yard line. Then a five yard into action later in the first
I consistently battered Ocala five yards putting the ball on 345 yards rushing and 61 offsides penalty against Ocala quarter starting with a seven
Vanguard's front defensiveline the three yard line. passing compared to Ocala's gave BHS a first down at the yard run moving the ball to
last Friday night in both Colson went over right 115 rushing and 49 passing. Vanguard 48 yard line. Five the 39 yard line. After four
J team's grid season opener as guard on fourth down moving First year varsity quar- runs by DeSue put the ball at straight runs Reddish had
the Tornadoes took a 15-8 the ball to the two yard line fora terback Jimmy Prevatt hit the 30 yard line covering a moved the ball down to the 22
victory. first down. On first down five of 12 passes for the night total distance of 23 yards. yard line, after having to
{ Little, 155 pounds, junior Haynes took the ball over while Colson was four for 14. BUS was unable to move the make up for a 15 yard penalty.
DeSue ran the ball 30 times fora right guard for the first Ocala Bradford had 17 first downs ball and after fourth down the Then the Vanguard defense
"T aI total of 142 yards, mostly score. Colson drove around compared to the Knights' ball went to Ocala at the 25 stalled BHS at the 15 yard line
I M going up the middle. Senior left end for the extra two nine. yard line. and after a no gain fourth
} M1 runningback Tommy Reddish points to tie the score 8-8 with Play-By-Play The BHS defense held themto down play the Knights took
r
I J ;fur went 13 times for 74 yards. 9:30: left in the third quarter BHS received the opening one yard gain in three plays over.
It was over half way After BHS moved the ball 46 kickoff and return man James and the Knights were forced to This did not last long, after
1 ; through the second quarter yards DeSue got the ball and Aldridge ran the ball 20 yardsto punt. A shaky snap from four downs the Fighting
before BUS broke the 0-0() went one yard up the middlefor the BHS 39 yard line. center sent the ball wobbling Knights were forced to punt
deadlock when sophomore the winning BHS touch- DeSue got the ball on first past the punter and BUS took from the 23 yard line.The punt
; f quarterback Jimmy Prevatt down with 45 seconds left in down and exploded up theBradford over at the Vanguard 14 yard rolled dead at the BHS 42 yard

Tommy Reddish at the five line.DeSue line.On
line and Reddish took it took the ball again first down Reddish
Quarterback Danny Hazen looks downfield to spot tight end Doug Barnett. lie missed on this yard the rest of the for the this time for five yards puttingthe opened a hole up the middlefor
try but hit on two others as he threw for two touchdowns to Barnett! in Lake Butler's opening score. Then Reddish way took the ball on the nine yard line. 10 yards and a first downat
33-0 Hawthorne.
over ball up the middle for an extra On second down DeSue was the Vanguard 48 yard line.
two points putting BHS in held for no yardage and third Matt (Hull took running dutiesin
front 8-0 with 5:12: left in the 4fi down he got two yards. With a the next play and musteredone
first half fourth down Prevatt threw a yard to the 47.
Union Shuts Out Neither team scored again pass to end Donnie Sewell but On second down Reddish got
before the first half ended. the pass was dropped at the three yards over right guard.
Vanguard came out of the two yard line and Vanguard Then DeSue got 12 yards over
locker rooms fired up and took over the same hole putting the ball
caught a sleeping BHS Vanguard started movingthe at the Knight 32 yard line witha
defense off guard.Vanguard ball, but on a third down a first down.
Hawthorne return man 1 penalty put them back and DeSue got the ball again this
33-0 Kenny Lowe caught a Reddish forced them to punt. BUS took time taking it 10 yards over
kick and battled his way over at the Vanguard 46 yard left .guard followed by a two
through the BHS kick team line. (See Page UI)
and made it to the goal line but r
he was ruled out of bounds on I

In Conference TiltLAKE the Then BHS on 30 first yard down line.Knights Crews .

quarterback Don Colson kept
BUTLER A gutty drive with a 14 yard TL run touchdown passes." the ball and went around right Fresh Seafood
Hornet defense throttled Lake midway the third period. Defensive end Tim Whitehead end for 17 yards and a first -J Jr
Butler's running game, but Young Sam Jackson scored a quick 160-pound down at the 13 yard line of
the Tigers used quarterback the final Tiger TD late in the junior, put the rush on Hawthorne Bradford.
Danny Hazen's arm and light. fourth frame when he cappeda punter J. Brown the Then Colson!\ handed off to Restaurant
ning quick pass rushes by 75-yard drive with an 11- entire first half. The first Albert Haynes who moved the r
defensive end Tim Whiteheadto yard TD run.Unusually. Hornet punt was blocked by ball three yards over right + "
easily shut out Hawthorne quiet Friday Whitehead and recovered by guard. On second down f y r s
33.0Ina Suwannee Conference night, the partisan Union tackle Dean Dukes on the Haynes tried up the middle r@'rYt :Vatw r't"a .4rn.Arww. w+.n.W
opener Friday night. County crowd apparently Lake Butler 43. but was stopped by noseman Vanguard quarterback Don Colston again gets yardage NOW OPENOPEN
Outcome of the game was found little to be happy aboutin The second Hornet punt Scott Pooser. Third down, around the BUS defensive ends,but his efforts are useless as
never in doubt as the Tigers the face of the tough Hawthorne attempt was foiled when Colson kept the ball but was the Tornadoes edged 15-8 by Ocala.
scored in every quarter. But effort. The Hornets Whitehead caught punter
Hawthorne tough up also earned the respect of Brown before he could get the
the middle stared long, Tiger Coach Jack Jones, who kick away. Whitehead's
limiting the powerful Tigers to late in the first quarter ad behind the line tackle gave the Junior Varsity FROM 4:00: P.M.
140 yards on the ground in 36 justed the Tiger outside Tigers the ball on the Hawthorne -
. rushes, an average of slightly passing game to take advan- 36 and set up the first CLOSED MONDAYS
under four yards per try. tage of Hornet key on Tiger touchdown. Beats Eastside In Openerdid
Lake Butler made it 7-0 in speedster Curtis Sirmoneswho Sirmones and fullback
the first period when tight end didn't get untracked until Lorenzo Griffin combined theLB's "
the second half. initial first down with Kenny Aycox led the Baby Aycox to make the scoring a real fine job, com-
Barnett caught a 301 South
Doug pass Hwy.
Tornadoe Gridders to 16-0() mented Hatcher.
from quarterback Danny "They did a good about four minutes left in the run.Aycox
job opening victory over Eastside totaled about 175 Bradford's next JV game
Hazen. The pair repeated the defending us," Jones said. first period. Griffin got two in Starke Tuesday night'sopener yards rushing for the night, will be at home against Across
to the Hornet 23 before From K-O-A
yards
play just before the half. "They stopped the big
plays for both teams. giving BHS the power to move Gainesville High School next
Freemen White scored LB'sthird and executed very well... my quarterback Danny Hazen, "We just had a real fine the ball well. "Both the of- Thursday night starting at 7
TD when he intercepteda hat is off to them. throwing the first Lake Butler
team effort and I am real fensive and defensive units p.m.
Hornet pass and ran it in "When I finally woke up, we pass of the night, hit tight end proud of them," said Head JV
from 30 yards out early in the made an adjustment to the Doug Barnett who had gotten Coach Harry Hatcher.
third period, and Curtis outside passing game and behind the tight Hornet Aycox was the leading 11
Sirmones capped a 68, yard that's when we hit the two secondary.The rusher for BHS while scoring
23 yard scoridng pass both touchdowns and To
runningon Coming
came with 2:53: remaining in
the first period. Sirmones both point conversions for
Union GriddersToMeetChiefland kicked the first of four, he was an extra four points. Starke"Old
Bradford kicked off and the
and
four for five for the night,
defense held forcing Eastsideto I
Lake Butler led 70.
The tough Hornet defense punt. After the ball was
contained the Tigers but a exchanged twice BHS drove
shielding of kicker down to the 20 yard line where
poor
., Brown led to the second Tiger Aycox ran around the right
Union High gridders face ball about 85 percent of the TD as the half drew to a close. side to the goal line for a
their most important game time," commented Jones. Lake Butler's Tim Whitehead score. I
Then after
this Friday night in Lake "Our defense was outstanding again rushed the punter who the touchdown
Butler after both teams shut last week," said Jones. was nailed by tackle Dean Aycox got the last leg of a
out last Friday night. The leading tackler for Union Dukes at the Hornet 35 yard reverse and crossed the goal
line for .
an extra two points.
Chiefland rolled 20-0 over was sophomore Sedrick
Dunnellon while Union Warren who made 18 tackles line.On first down QB Hazen Neither team scored in the 'I '\
stomped Hawthorne 30.0 in and assists. David Bannonwas used the same scoring play to second quarter. ','1
both teams' season opener. second on the list with 13 Doug Barnett, the tight end, Aycox scored again in the DLA' '
Chiefland was picked fifth in tackles and assists. Accordingto and had another touchdown third quarter after both teams I .t.
the state in Class 2A before the Jones,linebacker Billy Cain with just 47 seconds left in the exchanged punts and BHS ,- -- ,.... '-_. ,. .
season started. The Tigers and Freeman White both did a first half. Sirmones con- sustained another drive to put .".- --- ,- ....... n.. ..
them the 10 line for :=' -' ::- ;,:: -- -.. .
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yard =
held them to a scoreless dead- good job in the game. verted and the Tigers enjoyeda -- "s
lock in a Suwannee Confer Union's best offensive line- 14-0 halftime advantage.The ; : 1; I' "
ence Jamboree bout two man o'f the game against Haw third Tiger TD came BHSMeetsBuchholz ,; ,. m
weeks ago. thorne was tackle Jerry quickly after Hawthorne
"We are just going to Dukes who was getting a good received to open the second Fashion Downtown
correct our first game 65 percent of his assignments.Tight half. On third down and 15 Day"Hot
mistakes and we are trying to end Doug Barnett dida yards to go, first down from
work on getting ready for good job in the game block the Hornet 36, quarterbackDavid
Chiefland,' said Head Tiger ing and also catching two Starke's pass into the
Football Coach Jack Jones. touchdown passes. Quarter- right flat was picked off by Fri.Nigh t SATURDAY
Chiefland's most potent back Danny Hazen did an ade- Lake Butler linebacker Free- Dogs Live
runner is fullback Rocky quate job running the wish- man White at the Hornet 30. "We will have to be at our
Flounders, 5'8 and 195 pounds. bone offense and throwing the White sailed down the sideline best to beat Buchholz," says
"He is their main weapon, is a two touchdown passes, according with the aide of several blocks Head Bradford Football' Drinks OCT. 5 1974iQ'Zd
good speedster and runs the to Coach Jones. See Page III> Coach David Hurse of this Cold ,
Friday night's game when
BHS will go to Citizens Fieldin

Youth Buchholz.Gainesville to meet. with 4oo: to 5:30: Funny Money Auction

RallyFriday Buchholz was rated the top
Class 3A team in the state
before the season started but
Fun and Games Street Dance
they were upset last week I ', I.
Sept. 27, 7:30: P.M. when Leesburg rolled 20-6 5:30: till
over the Bobcats. \ Local Talent
"Our kids to"
are eager play ,
BRADFORD HIGH AUDITORIUMPlan and preparing for them is
because \
simple they run a
similar type offense as ours," Long Dresses Overalls
now to attend and hear the dynamic preaching of said Coach Hurse. ,

Buchholz is a big team,
maybe one of the biggest BHS Welcome
REV. T. CRAFT of Jackson, Miss will face this year. The front

offensive six, with two tight
also ends, average about 194 each,
..... totaling about 1,200 pounds.
THIS IS YOUR DAY DOWNTOWN-
: Both linebackers for -
:: CHOIRSAND SPECIAL SINGING Buchholz: are big. Right

linebacker Barry Singello I .
weights 215 pounds and left i
Host: UPC 204 N. Water St. linebacker Rusty Pritchett: .

" Rev. O.L. Wells, Pastor pounds.the team leader Both, weights are good 202
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Besides the linebackers ,
: Everyone Welcome! Buchholz has good size on the

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BHS-Ducll. ......... (From Page 13)
BBS To Win Buchholz's best plays are
Lucky defensive line tOt>. Noseman offensive guard is 190 pound the 18 and 19 runs, isolations,
Leroy Robinson, 190 pounds, Is Neil Zimmerman, a two year draws and options. Team
quick and stong and is a good letterman who is quick and comments from the scouting
noseman, according to the gets off the ball well. At the report say the Bobcats have
According To Hurse Tornado scouting report.At other defensive tackle is Lee excellent size the backfieldhas

defensive tackle and ProVow,strong and agressive. good speed, they are very
Ends for Buchholz are 190 and throw the ball
got a consistent game out cellent job on the trap playsfor Mike Hardy and 170 aggressive
linebacker and while Thornton doinga pound about 25 times a game.
is
at us
Football Rabbit.
commented Flag pound Chipper "I feel like they will
and Donnie good job
Hodge "Buchholz has a good "
the offense
control
>1I at the defensive ends," Offensive Line Coach Bill n1 in Dale Robinson probably ,
Sexton. Mark Hughes.The Begins TodaySmall quarterback commented llurse. "They
Coach Hurse. "
says dare you to run at them.
reth and Jimmy Clark Robinson Is rated by the
did good jobs at the two starting offensive Fry and Bantam Flag When Leesburg played
tackles both suffered knee Football Leagues are underway scouting report as a good them they could not drive on
positions. injuries in Tuesday's practiceand with the Bantam League runner and a good thrower.is Buchholz and scored on big
was Clark's first taste it is not known whether scheduled to begin the league Split end Warren Jackson plays."Buchholz's.
football and I think they will play Friday night or games Thursday. September real quick with good hands, tailback
going to be a fine football not. 26, at the Pratt Street Play- according to the report. Cromwell Is exceptionally\
for us," says Sexton. Proman David Stall is also quick and it makes him a
ground.
"We made some mistakes quick with good hands. anywhere on the
First day action will find the great
for the game against but most were mentalmistakes Branding Iron Restaurant Tailback Simon Cromwell is held," says Hurse.
and "Quick. Quick, Quick, and is a Bradford fans are to sit in
BUS is going to have we are working meeting Starke Builders at
take of them out" commented down Ocala good blocker and good runner. the east side of the stadium,
advantage James Aldridge 23, holds on to bring 3:30: p.m., while Kitchens Tile is
because Buchholz is Defensive Secondary Coach Vanguard Quarterback: Don Colston who repeatedly gained will take on Wishbone Fried Fullback Breck Wiengart and opposite the press box in
and powerful team. Denny Hansen. "We are now good yardage around the ends against Bradford last Friday Chicken at 4:30: pm. big, 200 pounds, strong to the a divided Citizen's Field. Game

Harper did an ex more consistent." night. The Small Fry League, boys good scouting blocker report.CHEVROLET according. time is 8 p.m.

age 7-9, will begin their league

play, Monday, September 30,
Union Shuts Out Hawthorne......... Guaranty Federal at 3:30: and

scored with 10:08: down with three yards to go on two would-be Hornet tacklers as the score indicates.The Kentucky Fried Chiicen takingon ,/ i"' ,,(.;. : .... -" \."
in the third period. the next series the Tigers & got the touchdown. His fifth Tigers meet another Community Bank: at 4:30: .,. : :. ."" i': .'. '.' "' '. it "". :
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converted and LB went for it with Sirmones extra point kick was wide to Suwannee Conference power p.m. The Small Fry will be .". .." '1..1,_ '' '''.,..,. ..:; .i6.. '
210. carrying seven yards around the left but the Tigers In- this week in Lake Butler when playing each Monday and ,'f::1<.1 ''i. (;',. "
the third period right end on a hard hitting run creased their lead to 27-0 with they host Chiefland, coachedby Wednesday afternoons at '.' '". : ''i l'

Butler finally got its to keep the drive alive. 6:06: left in the third period. Tommy Malloy who has Pratt Street.A \.'". ,: ,1 ; '
game untracked for From the Hornet 23 fullback Sirmones' missed boot was tutored under Coach David league for 13-14; year old "i'" .' '.': i! 'u" ,,
only touchdown drive of Griffin went through a neat from the 18 yard line after the Hurse of Starke.Chiefland's boys will be organized within ", ", :,: : :: "
night, covering 68 yards in hole at his left tackle and got Tigers were penalized for conference expectations the next week.Ceramics. .< ,

plays with QB Hazen, nine yards before the taking too much time gettingthe have been tem- \, ... ....; .t ",
Griffin, and junior Hawthorne secondary stoppedhim extra point try off. pered by the loss of starting ,;""or'\ !;" ) : '
Luke Smith at the Hornet 14. On Although the Hornets were quarterback Danny Riddle Classes : : ':.i.....e"t';
of the with broken collar bone. "
out
second down and a yard to go hopelessly game a .
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( the LB 32 yard line. for a first, QB Hazen again their defense especially up "But we've got a tougher Are UnderwayThe "rt'; "" ,; ;
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kept on an option to the tried for tight end Doug the middle, stayed tough. The defense than Hawthorne," ; lit. .
side and got 14 yards Barnett who cut across from Tigers could get nowhere until said Coach Malloy who Recreation Department ,. / .
he was stopped. On a right to left to a Hornet linebacker the final 5"'2 minutes of the watched the Tiger opener ceramic classes are now '' ',"'' \ .
I he got but one ad- got a hand on the ball game when Hawthorne finally Friday night. open. I'' :: "
yard but on second up the middle.On began to tucker out. Classes are held each: : .i'i: '
( speedy Luke Smith third down Sirmones was With back up quarterbackJoe STATISTICSLake Monday and Thursday night, : .;... !" ;: '' ,,
his left end for 18 call his left Maxwell speedy Luke from to 10:00> and : ,
given the over Hawthorn 7:00: : p.m. ,, :. i '..'
Butler 'f
before he was pulled tackle. The Tiger line got him Smith and sophomore Sam 9 First Downs 4 each Wednesday morning "" r;: j"j., ...". .,
at the Hornet 35 yard past scrimmage but Sir- Jackson carrying the yardage 140 Yds Gained Rushing 42 from 9:00: a.m. till 12:00: noon. : .' ':' .."j
(If
mones, a big looking 180 pound finally came in big hunks. 64 Yds Gained Raising 9 '
1120 : 'J. "
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tackles."I up with a fourth senior, simply bowled over Smith got eight yards around 1 Fumbles Los'' 0 ,
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left end, Maxwell kept for 13 40 Penalties 10
-- for the classes. The only
;
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yards
up 0 0 cost to will be for the Hawthorne ball carrier. The
skirted left end for 25, and Hawthorn 0 0 0 you Union County I defender stops
5s Maxwell rambled 23 yards to Lake Butler 7 7 13 6 33 items you make. Hornets were limited to 51 yards total offense bv the Tigers.

the Hornet six before he was LB Barnelt. 24 yard pass tram Hazen

hauled down. B. Huggins (Slrmonei kick) from Ha tenSirmones U.S. 301 N. STARKE, FLA.
LB Barnott. 35 yard pass
," caught Maxwell behind ( kick) S & W MUFFLER SHOPS
scrimmage on first down from LB White 30 yard past Interception
the six and knocked the Tigers return (Sirmones, kick) INDEPENDENT DEALER
back five yards, out to the 11. LB p Sirmones, 14 yard run (Sirmoneskick
failed) )
.. But Jackson got the TD on the LB Jackson 11 yard run (EP run
'g next down with 3:20: left in the tailed) O ij 1eW l
Sta game. A run for the extra
point failed when Robert Sirmones finished the nightas

Surrency, a Hornet guard, Lake Butler's leading II
nailed the speedy Smith as he ground gainer, but was held to BRAKESSHOCKS
\ attempted to skirt right end. 49 yards in 10 attampts, a 4.9 MUFFLERS
But the Tigers had a con- yard average. Luke Smith had STARTERS
vincing 33-0 victory in their the top rushing average with GENERATORS PH. 964-5677 ELCTR'-' '
three carries for 28 yards a
first game, even though they ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDINGCHEVROLET'S PART.
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Miss Smiley, also known as Laura Kay Thomas of Brad-

High School, portrays a side stag lunge jump that will be -, -- _ _
again tomorrow night when Tornado footballers play In .a
against Vanguard.Miss aE
: Thomas. 16. daughter of Mrs. Seletta Thomas of -
has been named In Who's \\holn Amf'rlca.She's ,
"Boogie All The Time" states a fellow student. Laura
active in the Pep Club and Spanish Club is co-captain: of ,, 47Z/
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varsity cheerleading: squad and vice-president of the \ x,
(Class and a member of the Senior National Honor 4
Laura's hobbies are bike riding tennis and f NUl'a LN s.Jan
( with Jimmy Prevatt. She is always seen "fired up
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yard run putting the ball at the the distance on the extra point down for four yards over right. AAii.
20 yard line. try for off sides then Prevatt guard then followed up with a
DeSue got four yards in two gave the ball to Reddish up the one yard then four yards to
plays, moving the ball to the middle to get an extra two put the ball at the 47 yard line
five yard line then Prevatt points to jump in front 8.0 with with a fourth down.
took the ball up the middle fora 5:12: left in the first half. .
touchdown that was called Each team had the ball once Then Reddish was back to _
back for a holding call which before the first half ended in punt and the snap went over
moved the ball back to the 17 BHS's favor 80. his head so he picked it up and
around the left end for
went m
line.
yard Starting the second half
Vanguard received and got eight yards to the Vanguard 45
With a third down Prevatt fired up to make the only yard line and a first down. Mona 2+2 ,IJ.
was being chased around to After bad luck and two 15
Knight score to tie the game 8-
the right side then he hit 8 with 9:30: left in the third yard penalties the Tornadoeswere
Reddish at the five yard line quarter forced to punt from the A4ONZA2.2 The small car of tomorrow will
and Reddish rolled over the BUS got the kick off and BHS 30 yard line. Vanguardgot probably be a little more powerful handy and ,rY > NEW
goal for the first score. started at its 38 yard line. the ball at its own 36 yard comfortable than ever.The 1975 Monza 2+2, EFFICIENCY SYSTEM
Vanguard was charged half DeSue took the ball on first line, held the ball three downs shown above, offers this today. It has advances FOR 1975 It's the key part of a program
and was also forced to punt. like rectangular: headlights set in a soft front end, aimed at helping our new cars run leaner
fold down rear seat, and a new 4.3-litre V8 -
a i cleaner-and
I (more economically), run save
BUS downed the punt at the engine available. mile.
you every
money
Vanguard 47 yard line. On NOVA' In the background above, our new Nova The Efficiency System is standard on all
first down DeSue took the ball 1975 Chevrolets with V8 6-cylmJer engines.It's .
or
LN Sedan. A )luxurious, Nova with thick carpeting
up the middle for five yards anj wide-back reclining: front seats. For 1975, a series of significant engineering improve
then on the next play broke all Novas have been emphatically refined along: CAMARO Our sensibly sporty compact. It ments working together for the very first time.
loose over right guard for 14 the lines of elegant European sedans. Nova's looks like a million and drives like it looks. Components include High Energy Ignition,
yards and a first down at the always been ooJ. Now it's beautiful. catalytic converter, Early Fuel Evaporation and
28 yard line. steel-belted radial ply tires. In sum, the Systemis
On the second down Reddish designed to heighten the pleasure and lower
broke loose up the middle for the cost of driving a 1975 Chevrolet-to bring
14 more yards to the 14 yard you a better running car in many ways along
line. DeSue got the ball on first with improved fuel economy more miles
down and went nine yards t between recommended maintenance and an
engine that cleaner internally because of
stays
over right guard again puttingthe -- -
ball at the five yard line. no-lead fuel.
Then DeSue got four more -} 6 Your Chevrolet dealer will gladly: give you
yards putting the ball on the I the details, and answer your questions. See him
the yl and the sensible 1975 Chevrolets starting
line. DeSue
one yard put
September 27.
ball over the goal for the
winning touchdown. The extra
point kick by Prevatt was IMArXLA) America's favorite car continues to WAGONS Big ones small ones, ia-betwcen
good and BUS had a 15-8 lead. provide the room many families need plus plenty ones. Practical wagons that. make sense for
Both teams just traded of quiet and comfort Still. the great American America. And you.
possession of the ball until the value.
game ended. CHEVROLEI'MAKES

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h.1 f $ i iY "It's all over. We don't" prison jobs operated normally the officer can return it to the black," Fortner sta ted. He yet been taken against inmate
I / I expect any further trouble Monday and did not cause kitchen. described the inmates in- Edwards: Fortner said
FloridaStatePrison
by Nell{Crawford I Supt. G.S. Fortner of trouble the superintendent The tension began Monday volved as "a hard core group Tuesday. But the superin-
said late Tuesday pointed out. The trouble came after the noon meal when 14 which continually tries to stir tendent added .he expects that
afternoon following a ruckus from inmates kept confined in inmates in cell block up trouble."
The Bassmasters enjoyed a one and charges will be filed in the
fine tournament on the St.- Monday in which a correc- single man cells. 30 more in another held their No disciplinary action has matter.
stabbed in
tions officer Inmates
was in
maximum
eating utensils. The
Johns River
September 21.
h '"x the back with a glass bottle. security confinement
eat their
denied
I Bass fishing was slow due to superintendent the
high water, also hyacinths had handtul The ruckus of hard core involved inmatesin a with meals the inside meal their cells. Trays violence was racially Bible Answers
the shore line jammed. Old of the are passed into motivated although most :
the confinement area the cell by a corrections of
inmates involved were black.
Big Mouth had plenty of water
maximum security prison. ficer. When the inmate is
back in
the trees.
Neil Crawford accepts Bassmaster Of The Year trophy Some inmates refused to finished the normal procedure "It would have been the
This boat WHAT DOES IT MEAN "
was a tournament TO"WALK WITH GOD? "
from 1973-74 President Pat Welch at recent banquet In the the club has voted to do this return eating trays and is to slide the tray back out so same if the officer had been
utensils after the meal.
University Inn Gainesville.Women's. noon
for a while. The boat that The stabbing of Officer R.A. It means that we walk by faith. II Cor. 5:7: for we walk by
lands the most pounds of bass Dunlap occurred when the faith, not by sight.It .
will win the tournament.We officer entered the cell of 4 Arrested ConnectedWith means that we walk in the commandments of God.

Tennis had good participationin inmate James Earl Edwardsto Luke 1:6: And they were both righteous before God. walk
this tournament, also accident retrieve eating utensils.As ing in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord
free. We strive for this. Dunlap was leaving the Area BurglariesThree blameless.It .

At 6:30: p.m. when all boats cell Edwards leaped up from means that we walk in newness of life. Romans 6:3: 4
Lessons StartedSessions weighed in, Pat Welch, and his bed and stabbed Dunlap in adults and one Union Or are ye ignorant that all we who were baptized into Christ
Vocational
Area
Lamar Williams were the the back with a broken bottle. juvenile have been arrestedthis Jesus were baptized into his death? We were buried there L;"
Technical Center in Starke.A .
are underway for eight weeks and Is designed to winners. Second place went to The wound is not thought to be week all in connectionwith fore with him through baptism into death: that like as
the Women's Tennis Program teach the women most have Don Thompson and his son serious although Dunlap "will breaking and enterings in 1974 Ford pick-up that was Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the
being held at the Pratt Street never played the basic Curtis. be sore for a few days says the Bradford County area parked at Terwilleger/ Motors Father, so we also might walk in newness of life.
Courts each Tuesday night strokes of the game and start After this tournament the Supt. Fortner. Lt. H.W. Harris within the last two weeks. was stolen last June 16 and It means that we walk not after the flesh but after the
and Wednesday morning. team playing. Advance club has a new point leader. was also cut on the arm in the Deputies arrested Dale yesterday Ocala Police spirit. Romans 8:1:1 There is therefore now no con
Eighteen women are lessions will have to be taken Thompson pushed Don incident. Wayne Phillips/ 18, of Brooker recovered the pick-up and demnation to them that are in Christ Jesus.
registered for the night elsewhere.The Sumrall to second place in Edwards is the same inmate and a 17-year-old juvenile arrested two men for It means that we walk in the narrow way. Matthew ?:13,
classes and nine are program is full at the total points while Pat Welch convicted in last year's so- Monday and charged them possession of a stolen vehicle. 14 Enter ye in by the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and
registered for the morning present time but if the interestis moved to third place and Bob called Garment Factory 14 with breaking and entering of Starke Police E. D. Phillipswas broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction and many are
sessions. there more sessions will be Allen fell to fourth. rioting of the stabbing of John the General Store in Ha mpton the investigating officerof they that enter in thereby. For narrow is the gate and

The program will last for planned in the spring. There are two new club Green Sapp, a vocational last Wednesday night. They the theft.Deputies straitened the way that leadeth unto life, and few are they
members W.T. Smith and instructor in the prison gar also recovered a portion of the also report a stolen that find it.Soufchside.
Curtis Thompson son of Don ment factory. Edwards money. Store owner Arthur truck from the Barrett Con-

1 2 Murder Trials Set Thompson. There is also a recently received a 25-year Bruno had estimated the loss crete Company Friday Church of Christ
prospective member Merle sentence after conviction in in the theft at around $3.500. morning along with a trailer

STARKE Two second were the cases of Eddie Kenny Packham.Bill Tilley. will be that trial. -used to transport equipment.The 3 Miles South of Starke on U.S. 301
enteringthe
degree murder trials have Bradley charged with assault North Florida Operations at the maximum Freddie R. Rhoden, 19, of truck was stolen bet

been scheduled to begin Oc with intent to murder and Hospital in Gainesville Regional for security prison went smoothlyat Starke and Dewitt C. Padgett ween 7 p.m. Thursday and 7 Send Schedule of Services
questions to
tober 8 in Bradford County David Griffin charged with the supper meal last night Jr., 19, of Jacksonville were a.m. Friday License numberof
some special test and will be ( A ( Sunday
arhsle
Circuit Court. assault.A and at breakfast and the noon both charged with breakingand the large red vehicle is 45- iisey
aggravated forward Minister ''O.irn Bible Study
him
looking to see
meal Tuesday Supt. Fortner entering in connectionwith CV185. Chief Deputy Robert
Judge Wayne M. Carlisle set mental examination was return home. said. Inmates who work stolen tools valued at Green is conducting the in- RI J Box 58 1"i I i m Worship
October 8 for the trial of Lillie ordered Carlisle in Bradford Bassmasters are outside the section at various $2.000 from the Bradford- vestigation. Starke. Fla h.m| Worship
by Judge
now selling tickets for the two
Mae Hood of Starke for the
the of Samuel Lee
case prizes to be given away. rIN/
shooting death of her husband
John Cooper Norris. A Harris, charged with We will have a drawing Nov.

Bradford County Grand Jury aggravated assault. His case 19 and you do not have to be --... 3 Big Days-
continued until November _
was -
returned an indictment for present to win. ::;.:.._
12. Thurs. Fri. & Sat.
second-degree murder First prize will be a rod and r' ,
on July __
24 against Hood. Harris was charged with reel and second place the reel w. Op.M *.m4.y* till ...., mtty 1 .. .

aggravated assault followinghis only. .... ....._..11. _...y, gas and tIi..ahair'
On October 10 the trial of attack on May 26, upon
Willie Jenkins will begin. Superintendent G.S. Fortnerof
Jenkins is to be tried on a Florida State Prison. Lawtey Mayor

second degree murder chargefor Fortner was struck with a
the death of Cleo McNealon chair thrown by Harris and Critical After

April 23. 1973. McNeal died suffered a three inch gash in

from a gunshot wound at John the head. Heart Attack
Perkins tavern on Oak Streetin Harris was a mental patientat
Starke. Chatthahoochee before his LAWTEY Mayor- k
Also scheduled for trial transfer to FSP. Commissioner Gene Pearson e > ac

remains in critical conditionin
-KW ,. the intensive care unit of
Shands Teaching Hospital in .
Gainesville as a result of a Tp

severe heart attack at his
THE BACK TO home in Lawtey about 5 a.m.

SCHOOL BLUESAt Saturday. FOLDING

'V Pearson was carried to the a1o11.a1
room of Bradford J
emergency t.M 1 OGLE
At this time of year this not so mysterious County Hospital and later r ,
to the younger generation transferred to Gainesville He MAKER DIRECTOCHAIRS plods
malady seems sweep AMOUS rC
a like an epidemic. The symptoms are classic was in a state of coma I .
and readily recognized: by parents and teachers following the attack but is DOUBLE KNITSUCKS e- t
alike. A tendency to overbleep In the mornings reported to have partially
Inability to concentrate on lessons and a general regained consciousness
feeling of despair are a few of the more noticeable Monday. Shock therapy was '
ones. being administered :Tuesdayin .
r
an effort to stabilize his -
Medical science has not yet found a cure heart condition. t.r
s for the "Back to School Blues" and the likelihood -

is It will always show up at summer's Pearson has been 100V polyester 0ndeosfcart
end. We do not stock any products that will Mayor active in blends. Reg. 9.95 n
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help but we do sympathize.YOU very Machine wash and f
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL

AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON

NOVEMBER 5 1974 Constitutional Amendmentsbe



NOTICE OF ELECTION refunded as provided by law without vote of the electors at a lower or junior college district for the school fiscal year 1968-69 computed in
net interest by general law, or ((2)) the number of Instruction -
average cost rate by the issuance of bonds maturing not the manner heretofore provided

WHEREAS The Legislature under the later than the obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues only. units In such school district, including growth units, or Junior
the
in
school fiscal year computed manner heretofore
college district for the
Constitution of the State of Florida (c) MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXES. or hereafter provided by general law and approved by the state

Joint Resolutions proposing amendments hereinafter called the state board), or (3)) the
passed A board of education (
((1)) state tax, designated "second gas tax," of two cents per gallon
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 state board growth has units,
which the issued
of
behalf
upon other sources of energy used to motor vehicles levied or junior college district on
Florida and they did determine and direct propel as certificates under this amendment
by Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, is bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation
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 equal

of Florida said tax shall be placed one and twelve-hundrcdths ((1.12)) times the aggregate: amount of principalof
the electors of the State at monthly in the state roads distribution fund
in 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 und 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 general

is adopted by this reference as a part of this revision as completely as law and approved by the state board.

though incorporated herein verbatim for the purpose of providing that administered by the state board
((4)) Such funds so distributed shall be
NOW THEREFORE I DOROTHY W. GLISSON after the effective date of this
revision the proceeds of the "second gastax" A.-. now created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the State
Secretary of State of the State of Florida as referred to therein shall be allocated among the several countiesin
accordance with the formula stated therein to the extent Constitution as revised in 1968, or by such other Instrumentality of the
. do hereby give notice that a General Election L to comply with all obligations to or for the benefit of holders necessary of bonds, state 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

the First Tuesday after the First Monday in thereof secured by any portion of the "second gas tax." the state board provided in this amendment. For the purposes of
this amendment, said state board shall be a body corporate and shall have
November which date is November 5 1974 for ((3)) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula statedin all the powers provided in this amendment in addition to all other consti

the ratification or rejection of the Joint 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 obligation hereafter issued entered board.
any or heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said state
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 ( of this subsectionand
paragraph (2)) junior college district In acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling -
rived from the receipts taxes levied in chapter 203 Florida Stat
gross after
payment of administrative
the "second
expenses, gas tax"shall improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, reno-
utes, shall be used for capital outlay projects for the state systemof be allocated to the account of each of the several counties in the vating, or repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes to 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, one-fourth issue such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates to pay,

te It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida: in the ratio of the total county population to the total population of fund or refund any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates

the state in accordance with the latest available federal census, and one- theretofore issued by said state board. All such bonds or motor vehicle
That the following amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the StateConstitution 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

:: 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 exceeds
ARTICLE XII annual installments commencing not more than three ((3) years from the
the amount which would be allocated to that county under the formulaset date of issuance thereof and ending not later than thirty ((30)) years

SCHEDULESection out in this paragraph, the amounts allocated to other counties shall from the date of issuance, or July 1, 2007, A.D., whichever is earlier.
be reduced proportionately.
9. Bonds.Substantial .- All such motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall mature prior to

((5)) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2)) and ((4) of this subsection July 1, 2007, A.D. The state board shall have power to determine all
( rewording subsection (a). See %9a) of Article XII, shall be administered by the state board of administration create other details of said bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates .

State Constitution for present text.) under said Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amend, and to sell at public sale after public advertisement, or exchangesaid
bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, upon such terms
(a) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES. and which is continued the
as a body corporate for life of this subsection9c the
and conditions as state board shall provide.
( ). The board shall remit the proceeds of the "second tax" in each
((1)) Article IX, Section 17, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, gas
county account for use in said county as follows: eighty per cent to the ((6)) The state board shall also have power to pledge for the paymentof
it existed immediately before this Constitution, as revised in 1968,
state agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent to the principal of and interest on such bonds or motor vehicle tax
came effective, is adopted by this reference as a part of this revision
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 be issued by the agency of the state so authorized byw.
may 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

:diately 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 court

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 of 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 from portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to a county under Article IX, be issued the board
ever by state until after the adoption of a resolution
e gross receipts taxes, as therein defined, collected in each year shall Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended; (ii) to finance requesting the issuance thereof by the school board o'f 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 be
obligations are to 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 portion shall limit the amount of such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation

which are secured by such gross receipts taxes. No bonds or other 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

ction 19, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, but this provisionall made a determination that in no state fiscal year will the debt service junior college district to ninety percent ((90%) of the amount which it determines -

not be construed to prevent the refunding of any such outstanding requirements of the bonds and all other bonds secured by the pledged can be serviced 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- ILl lU ior college district' under the provisions of this amendment, and

five per cent of the fledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocatedto determination shall be conclusive. such bonds or motor vehicle
Subject to the requirements of the first paragraph of this subsection that for the state fiscal tax anticipation certificates shall be
county preceeding year, of the pledged net 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 col- and of the annual average net tolls anticipated during the first five yearsof board o f the school district or board of trustees of the junior college -
lected from) every person, including municipalities, as provided and leviedas trict requesting the issuance
operation of new projects to be financed. Bonds issued pursuant to thereof, and no election or of
of the time of adoption of this subsection (a) ((2)) in chapter 203, Flor- this subsection shall be payable primarily from the pledged tolls and electors shall be required for the I issuance thereof.approval

ida Statutes, (hereinafter called "gross receipts taxes"), shall, as collected portions of the "second gas tax" allocated to that county. ((8) state
board
shall in each
an'f11e year use the funds distributable

be placed in a trust fund to be known as the "public education (d) SCHOOL BONDS. college u district this i amendment, /? the credit of each school district or junior'
only in the
capital outlay and debt service trust fund" in the state treasury (hereinafter ((1)) Article XII, Section 9, Subsection (d) of this constitution, as following manner and in order of priority:

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 capital outlay fund shall be administered by the state board of the effective date of this amendment is adopted by this reference as b. To all

education as created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the part of this amendment as completely as though incorporated herein year oa pay bonds amounts of Principal and interest maturing in such

Constitution of Florida as revised in 1968 (hereinafter referred to as verbatim, for the purpose of providing that after the effective date of under the or motor Vehicle tax: anticipation> certificates issued
this amendment the first proceeds of the revenues derived from the authority hereof, including refunding bonds
"state board"), or by such other instrumentality of the state which shall tax anticipation or motor vehicle
hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties and functions of the licensing of motor vehicles as referred to therein shall be distributed an- is certificates, issued on behalf of the school board of such

state board, including the powers, duties and functions of the state nually among the several counties In the ratio of the number of instruc- howler: : to ct or board of trustees of SUCh junior college district; subject,

board provided in this subsection (a) ((2)). The state board shall be a body tion units in each county, the same being coterminus with the school ,the any covenants or agreements made! by the state board concerning -
district of each county as provided in Article IX Section 4 Subsectiona rights between holders of different issues
corporate and shall have all the powers provided herein in addition to motor vehicle of such bonds or
all other constitutional and statutory powers related to the purposes of ( ) of this constitution, in each year computed as provided therein to tax anticipation certificates I as herein I authorized.c. .

this subsection (a)(2)) heretofore or hereafter conferred by law upon the extent necessary to comply with all obligations to or for the benefitof To establish and maintain
holders of bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued a sinking fund or funds to meet future
the state board, or its predecessor created by the Constitution of 1885, debt service
as amended. before the effective date of this amendment or any refundings thereof veS uTanu'i: or reserves therefor' on bonds or motor

which are secured by any portion of such revenues derived from the of such school clrtificate8 I issued on behalf of the school boarder
State bonds pledging the full faith and credit of the state may be issued licensing of motor vehicles. district or of trustee of such college district
under the
without a vote of the electors, by the state board pursuant to law authority hereof whenever the state shall deem it
((2)) No funds anticipated to be distributed annually the i
among several necessary or advisable, and in such
to finance or refinance capital projects theretofore authorized by the amounts and under such terms
and
counties under the formula stated in Article XII Section 9 Subsection conditions
as the stat board
shall
incidental thereto for the in its
legislature, and any purposes appurtenant or discretion determine.
(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

of this Constitution (hereinafter referred to as "state system"), includ- before the effective date of this amendment shall be pledgedas districts or the boards annually of trustees to the several school boards of the school

ing but not limited to institutions of higher learning, Junior colleges, vocational security for any obligations hereafter issued or entered into, except in payment ot debt n nds of the junior college districts for use

technical schools, or public schools, as now defined or as may that any outstanding obligations previously issued pledging such funds any such school boards of the heretofore or hereafter Issued by
hereafter be defined by law. All such bonds shall mature not later than school trustees of
may be refunded at a lower net average interest cost rate by the issuanceof the junior college districts where
1 2025. AH other details of such bonds shall be as provided by law the proceeds of the bond
July refunding bonds maturing not later than the obligations refunded, or are to be used, i in the I were used,
or by the proceedings authorizing such bonds; provided, however, that secured by the same revenues and any other security authorized in para improving, enlarging acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling -

no bonds, except refunding bonds, shall be issued, and no proceeds shall graph ((13)) of this subsection (d). or repairing of furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating -
be expended for the cost of any capital project, unless such project has capital outlay projects in such school districts
been authorized by the legislature. ((3)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((1) of this subsectiond or junior college districts and which capital outlay projects have been

( ) beginning July 1, 1973 and for thirty-five years thereafter, the first approved by the school board of 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 vehiclesto of the junior college district, pursuant to the most recent

able from such revenues derived from gross receipts taxes, and shall be the extent necessary to comply with the provisions of this amendment surveys conducted under regulations prescribed by: the state survey board or to

additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the state. No such shall, as collected, be placed monthly in the school district and determine the capital outlay needs of the school district
or junior
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 diltrlct. The state board hlh ve power at the time of Issuance college of

amount which the state board determines can be serviced by the revenues treasury and used only as provided in this amendment. Such revenue any bonds by any school board 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 of any junior college 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 unitsin board or board of trustees as to the rank and priority of

conclusive.The each school district or junior college district in each year computedas be made for different issues of bonds under subparagraph payments to
d. and
provided herein. The amount of the first revenues derived from the may further agree that any amounts to be distributed ,
in the capital outlay fund in each fiscal shall be under this subparagraph .
moneys year state motor vehicle license taxes to be so set aside in each year and dis- d. may be pledged for the debt service
used for the following and in the following order of on bonds Issued by
only school
purposes board of school any
tributed as provided herein shall be an amount equal in the aggregateto any district or board trustees of
priority i the product of six: hundred dollars ($600) multiplied by the total district and for the rank and priority 0 fOf such pledge any Any junior such college.

((1) For the payment of the principal of and interest on any bonds number of instruction units in all the school districts of Florida for or covenants
maturing in such fiscal the school fiscal 1967-68 equal in the agreements of the state board be
year; year plus an amount aggregateto of such bonds in may enforced'by any holders
the product of eight hundred dollars ($800)) multiplied by the total any court of competent juri8dictione.
((2)) For the deposit into any reserve funds provided for in the proceedings .
number of instruction units districts of Florida for To distribute
in
all the school
authorizing the Issuance of bonds of any amounts required to annually to the several
the school fiscal year 1972-73 and for each school fiscal year thereafter districts or boards of school boards of the school
be deposited in such reserve funds in such fiscal year; trustees of the junior,
which Is in excess of the total number of such instruction units In all payment of the coat coUeee districts for the
((3)) 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 ";, building:< constructing, altering, remodeling -

capital project for the state system theretofore authorized by the legislature excess units being designated "growth units." The amount of the first or repairing of capital, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating

or for the purchase or redemption of outstanding bonds in ac- revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license taxes to be so 1 such school district or Junior outlay projects for school purposes in

cordance with the provisions of the proceedings which authorized the set aside in each year and distributed as provided herein shall additionally resolution of the school boar of college district as shall be requested by
the ,
issuance of such bonds.b be an amount equal In the aggregate to the product of four of the Junior college district. school district or board of trustees

hundred dollars ($400)) multiplied by the total number of instruction
( ) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds f. When all
to finance the cost of major
unit. in all junior college districts of Florida. The number of instruction capital outlay need
state capital project Issued to the college district of a school district
prior date
this revision becomes ef- have been or junior
units in each school district or junior college district in each year for the met as determined
fective, including projects of the Florida basis of by the state board
state turnpike authority or its a survey mad.'r" on the
purposes of this amendment shall be the greater of ((1)) the number of pursuant to regulation
successor but excluding all of the of the state
portions state board and
highway
system, may Instruction units in each school district for the school fiscal year 1967-68




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approved by the state board, all such funds remaining shall be distributed Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, is hereby under this amendment which will mature and become due in such year,
annually and used for such school purposes in ouch school district or continued until January, 2025 foe a pe4e4 rf forty eonnecutivo yoaro. computed in the manner heretofore or hereafter provided by general law
junior college district as the school board of the school district or boardof The proceeds of said tax shall be placed monthly in the state roads distribution and approved by the state board.
trustees of the Junior college district shall determine, or as may be 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 1885, as amended, is now created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the State
(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 I Constitution as revised in 1968, or by such other instrumentality of the
shall be eligible to participate in the funds accruing under this incorporated herein verbatim for the purpose of providing that after the state which shall hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties and
amendment and derived from the proceeds of bonds and motor vehicle effective date of this revision the proceeds of the "second gas tax" as I functions of the state board, including the powers, duties and functionsof
tax anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license taxes, only the state board provided in this amendment. For the purposes of this
in. the order of priority of needs, as shown by a survey or surveys con- referred to therein shall be allocated among the several counties in accord- amendment, said state board shall be a body corporate and shall have all
ducted in the school district or junior college district under regulations ance with the formula stated therein to the extent necessary to comply with the powers provided in this amendment in addition to all other constitu-
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 tional and statutory powers related to the purposes of this amendment.
the school district or Junior college district and approved by the state tax anticipation certificates or any refundings thereof secured by any heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said state board.
board; provided that the priority of such projects may be changed from portion of the "second gas tax."
time to time upon the request of the school board of the school districtor ((5) The state board shall, in addition to its other constitutional and
board of trustees of the junior college district and with the approvalof ((3) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula stated in statutory powers, have the management, control and supervision of the
the state board and Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall be of the derived from the of
; provided further that this paragraph (9)) shall proceeds of the first part revenues licensing
not in any manner affect any covenant, agreement or pledge made by pledged as security for any obligation hereafter issued or entered into, except motor vehicles provided for in this subsection (d). The state board shall
the state board in the issuance by said state board of any bonds or 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, or 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 revenue and improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating, or
any other security authorized in paragraph ((5)) of this subsection.
repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes to issue bonds or
The
state board
((10) may invest any sinking fund or funds created
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 ore 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 amounts bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates theretofore issued by
school district or board of trustees of any junior college district. to be determined as follows: There shall be an initial allocation of one- said state board. All such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi-
fourth in the ratio of county area to state area, one-fourth in the ratio cates shall bear interest at not exceeding five per centum per annum, or
((11)) The state board shall have power to make and enforce all rules of the total county population to the total population of the state in accord- such higher interest rate as may be authorized by statute heretofore or
and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the powers herein ance with the latest available federal census, and one-half in the ratioof hereafter passed by a three-fifths ((3/5)) vote of each house of the legis-
granted and no legislation shall be required to render; this amendmentof the total "second gas tax" collected on retail sales or use in each countyto lature. All such bonds shall mature serially in annual installments com
full force and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the not than three from the date of issuance thereof
the total collected in all counties of the state during the previous fiscal mencing more ((3)) years
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 certificates shall mature to 1 2007 A.D. The state
paragraph ((2) of this subsection, exceeds the amount which would be allocated anticipation prior July ,
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 operation of this public advertisement, or exchange said bonds or motor vehicle tax antici-
amendment and shall not enact any law impairing or materially alteringthe :; ((5)) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2)) and (4)) of this subsection pation certificates, upon such terms and conditions as the state board shall
rights of the holders of any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation hall be administered by the state board of administration created under provide.
said Article IX Section 16 of the Constitution of 1885 amended and
as ,
certificates issued pursuant to this amendment or impairing or altering,
any covenant or agreement of the state board, as provided in such bond. 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
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 -
account fori use in said county as follows: eighty per cent to the state certificates, including refunding bonds or refunding motor vehicletax
((12)) The state board shall have power to appoint such persons and agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent to the gov- anticipation certificates, all or any part from the anticipated revenuesto
fix their compensation for the administration of the provisions of this erning body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county may be derived from the licensing of motor vehicles provided for in this
amendment as it shall deem necessary, and the expenses of the state be increased by general law. The proceeds of the "second gas tax" subjectto amendment and to enter into any covenants and other agreements with
board in administering the provisions of this amendment shall be 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 construc- ((7)) No such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall
sinking fund investments shall accrue to the school districts or junior tion of roads and, to the extent permitted by federal law, 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
fund or funds. and credit of the state may be issued without any election: (i) to refund board of trustees of the junior college district on behalf of which the

((13) Bonds issued by the state eeheei board pursuant to this sub- obligations secured by any portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to a obligations are to be issued. The state board of education shall limit the
county under Article IX Section 16 of the Constitution of 1885 amended
as -
amount of such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates whichcan
section (d) shall be payable primarily from said motor vehicle license
; (ii) to finance the acquisition and construction of roads and other
be issued behalf of school district district
taxes as provided herein, and if heretofore or hereafter authorized by on any or junior college to
law, may be additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of transportation facilities in a county when approved by the governing bodyof ninety percent ((90%) of the amount which it determines can be servicedby
the county and the state supervising the state road and
agency system;
the state without election. When heretofore hereafter authorized by the revenue accruing to the school district or junior college district
an or
(iii) to refund obligations secured by any portion of the "second gas tax"
under the provisions of this amendment, and such determination shall be
law bonds issued to Article XII Section 18 of the Constitutionof
pursuant ,
allocated under paragraph 9c(4)( ( ). No such bonds shall be issued unlessa vehicle
conclusive. All such bonds or motor tax anticipation certificatesshall
1885, as amended prior to 1968, and bonds issued pursuant to Article
state fiscal agency created by law has made a determination that in no be issued in the name of the state board of education but shall be
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 cf the school district or boardof
Issuance of bonds' additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the other bonds secured by the pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated trustees of the junior college district requesting the issuance thereof,
state only at a lower net average interest cost rate.e to the county and the other pledged revenues, if any, exceed seventy- and no* election or approval of qualified electors shall be required for the
five per cent of the pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to issuance thereof.
( ) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds issued pursuant to this Section 9 that county for the preceding state fiscal year, of the pledged net tolls
of Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pur- from existing facilities collected in the preceding state fiscal year, eM ((8) The state board shall in each year use the funds distributable
suant to this section shall not be included in applying the limits upon of the annual average net tolls anticipated during the first five years of pursuant to this amendment to the credit of each school district or junior
the) amount of state bonds contained in Section 11, Article VII, of this operation of new projects to be financed, and the amount of any other college district only in the following manner and in order of priority:

revision. ,., l.ga1llavailable pledged revenues that accrued in the preceding state a. To comply with the requirements of paragraph ((1)) of this sub-
fiscal year. Bonds issued pursuant to this subsection shall be payable pri-
section d .
(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 ( )
there is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed to that county, together with any other pledged revenues that maybe b. To pay all amounts of principal and interest maturing in such year
language of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein, then such legally' available for such purpose.d on any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued under
other language as to subsection (a) shall prevail over the language of the:!! authority hereof, including refunding bonds or motor vehicle tax
subsection (a) as contained herein.g ( ) SCHOOL BONDS.
anticipation certificates, issued on behalf of the school board of such

( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, (1) Article XII Section 9, subsection (d) of this constitution, as amended school district or board of trustees of such junior college district; subject,
there is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed (which, by reference, adopted Article XII, Section 18, of the Consti- however, to any covenants or agreements made by the state board concerning -
language of subsection (d) differs from that contained herein, then such tution of 1885, as amended) as the same existed immediately before the the rights between holders of different issues of such bonds or
other language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d) as con- effective date of this amendment is adopted by this reference as part of this motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, as herein authorized.c. .

tained herein.h amendment completely as though incorporated herein verbatim, for the
as To establish and maintain a sinking fund or funds to meet future
( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, purpose of providing that after the effective date of this amendment the requirements for debt service or reserves therefor, on bonds or motor
there it also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed first proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehiclesas vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued on behalf of the school boardof
language of subsection (c) differs from that contained: herein, then such referred to therein shall be distributed annually among the several coun- such school district or board of trustees of such junior college district
other language as to subsection (c) shall prevail over the language of ties in the ratio of the number of instruction units in each county, the under the authority hereof, whenever the state board shall deem it necessaryor
subsection (c) as contained herein. This amendment shall take effectas same being coterminus with the school district of each county as providedin advisable, and in such amounts and under such terms and conditionsas
of July 1, 197S. Article IX, Section 4, Subsection (a) of this constitution, in each year the state board shall in its discretion determine.d. .
computed as provided therein to the extent necessary to comply with all
with the
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance require
ments of section 101.161, Florida Statutes, the substance of the amend- obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds or motor vehicle tax To distribute annually to the several school boards of the school districts
ment proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows: anticipation certificates issued before the effective date of this amendmentor or the boards of trustees of the junior college districts for use in
to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Con- any refundings thereof which are secured by any .portion of such rev- payment of debt service on bonds heretofore or hereafter issued by any
Proposes an amendment enues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles. such school boards of the school districts or boards of trustees of the
stitution to: junior college districts where the proceeds of the bonds were used, or are
Continue today's school construction program at area vocationaltechnical ((2)) No funds anticipated to be distributed annually among the sev- to be used, in the acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling,
centers, community colleges, and universities, and extend the program eral counties under the formula stated in Article XII, Section 9, Subsec- improving, enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating, or
to include the K-12 public schools, supported by bonds payable tion (d) of this constitution, as amended, as the same existed immediately repairing of capital outlay projects in such school districts or junior
from the gross receipts taxes, pledging the full faith and credit of the before the effective date of this amendment shall be pledged as securityfor college districts and which capital outlay projects have been approved by
any obligations hereafter issued or entered into, except that any outstanding the school board of the school district or board of trustees of the Junior
state. obligations previously i issued pledging such funds may be refundedat
college district, pursuant to the most recent survey or surveys conducted
Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 3522A
lower net interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding
a average under regulations prescribed by the state board to determine the capital
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 9 of Article bonds maturing not later than the obligations refunded, secured by the outlay needs of the school district or junior college district. The state
XII of the State Constitution relating to bonds for transportation facil 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
ities. this subsection (d). board of any school district or board of trustees of any junior college die

Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida: ((3)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((1)) of this subsection (d) trict to covenant and agree with such school board or board of trustees as
to the rank and priority of payments to be made for different issues of
beginning July 1, 1973 and for thirty-five years thereafter, the first proceeds
That the amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Consti- of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor vehicles to the bonds under this subparagraph d., and may further agree that any amounts
tution set forth below is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of extent necessary to comply with the provisions of this amendment, shall, to be distributed under this subparagraph d. may be pledged for the debt
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 boardof
November 1974: district capital outlay and debt service fund in the state treasury and used trustees of any junior college district and for the rank and priority of
only as provided in this amendment. Such revenue shall be distributed such pledge. Any such covenants or agreements' of the state board may be
ARTICLE XII enforced by holders of such bonds in court of competent juris
annually among the several school districts and junior college districts in any any
SCHEDULESECTION the ratio of the number of instruction units in each school district or diction.e. .

junior college district in each year computed as provided herein. The To distribute annually to the several school boards of the school die
9. Bonds.a amount of the first revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license tricts or boards of trustees of the junior college districts for the paymentof

( ) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES. Article IX, Section 17, of the Con- taxes to be so set aside in each year and distributed as provided herein the cost of acquiring, building, constructing, altering, remodeling', improving -
stitution of 1885, as amended, as it existed immediately before this Con- shall be an amount equal in the aggregate to the product of six hundred ', enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining, renovating, or repairing -
stitution, as revised in 1968, became effective, is adopted by this referenceas dollars ($600)) multiplied by the total number of instruction units in all of capital outlay projects for school purposes in such school districtor
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 junior college district as shall be requested by resolution of the school
verbatim, except revenue bonds, revenue certificates or other evidences of amount equal in tho aggregate to the product of eight hundred dollars board of the school district or board of trustees of the junior college
indebtedness hereafter' issued thereunder may be issued by the agency of ($800)) multiplied by tho total number of instruction units in all the school district.
the state so authorized by law. districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1972.73 and for each school
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
Article XII, Section 19, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended, as it instruction units in all tho school districts of Florida for the school fiscal college district have been met as determined by the state board, on the
existed immediately before this revision becomes effective, is adopted by year 1967-68, such excess units being designated "growth units.\ : The basis of a survey made pursuant to regulations of the state board and
this reference as a part of this revision as completely as though incor- amount of the first revenues derived from the state motor vehicle license approved by the state board, all such funds remaining' shall be distrib-
porated herein verbatim, except bonds or tax anticipation certificates hereafter taxes to be so set aside in each year and distributed as provided herein uted annually and used for such school purposes. In such school districtor
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
((5%) per annum or such higher interest as may be authorized by statute four hundred dollars ($400)) multiplied by the total number of instruc- 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 tion units in all junior college districts of Florida. The number of instruc- provided by: general law.
revenue bonds or tax anticipation certificates shall be issued pursuant district in each year
tion units in each school district or junior college
1975.b (9)) Capital outlay projects of a school district or junior college district
June 30
thereto after for the of this amendment shall be the greater of ((1) the numberof
purposes shall be eligible to participate In the funds accruing under this
( ) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds to finance the cost of state instruction units in each school district for the school fiscal year amendment and derived from the proceeds of bonds and motor vehicle tax
capital projects issued prior to the date this revision becomes effective, 1967.68 or Junior college district for the school fiscal year 1968-69 com- anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license taxes, only in
including projects of the Florida state turnpike authority or its successor puted in the manner heretofore provided by general law, or ((2) the units num- the order of priority of needs, as shown by a survey or surveys conducted:
but excluding all portions of the state highway system, may be refundedas ber of Instruction units In such school district, including growth or In the school district or junior college district under regulations prescribedby
provided by law without vote of the electors at a lower net average junior college district for the school fiscal year computed in the the manner state the state board, to determine the capital outlay needs of the school
interest cost rate by the issuance of bonds maturing not later than the heretofore or hereafter provided by general: law and approved by district or junior college district and approved by the state board; provided -
obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues only. board of education (hereinafter called the state board), or ((3)) the numberof that the priority of such projects may be changed from time to time
Instruction units in each school district, including growth units, or school district board of
the request of the school board of the or
(c) MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXES. junior college district on behalf of which the state board has issued which bondsor upon trustees of the junior college district and with the approval of the state
motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates under this amendment further that this paragraph (9) shall not in
board and provided any:
((1) A state tax, designated "second gas tax," of two cents per gallon will produce sufficient revenues under this amendment to equal one and ;
made by the state board
upon gasoline and other like products of petroleum and an equivalent tax twelve-hundredths (1.12) times the aggregate amount of principal of and manner affect any covenant, agreement or pledge

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


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in the issuance by said state board of any bonds or motor vehicle tax
in connection with the issuance of bondsof with tHe clerk of tile court removal public
anticipation certificates, or any (h) TAXES; LIMITATION. Property situate within municipalities supreme recommending or
any achool board of any school district or board of trustees of any hall not be subject to taxation for services rendered by the county ex- reprimand at which time much proceedings shall become public record.

junior college district clusively for the benefit of the property or residents in unincorporated (e) Thet commission shall have access to ad information from all executive

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

pursuant to this amendment in direct obligations of the United States of (i) COUNTY ORDINANCES. Each county ordinance shall be filed On. request of the speaker of the house of representatives or the governor
America or in the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates effective at such time there- the communion shall make available information for use in consideration -
with the secretary of state and shall become
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.
ordinances <4f) (f) Upon recommendation of two-thirds of the members of the
(1)J) VIOLATION OF ORDINANCES. Persons violating county
((11) The state board shall have power to make and enforce all rules shall be provided by law.k jndieial qualifications commission, the supreme court may order that the
prosecuted and as
and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the powers herein grantedand punished justice or judge be disciplined by appropriate reprimand, or be removed

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 fail-

and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the levies of said at which hall be located the principal offices and permanent records of are 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 that .

degree which will fail to provide the full amount necessary to comply by general law. Branch offices for the conduct of county business seriously inte'rfers with the performance of his duties. After the filing of a j!

with the provisions of this amendment and pay the necessary expenses of may be established elsewhere in the county by resolution of the governing formal proceeding and upon request of the commission, the supreme court

administering the laws relating to the licensing of motor vehicles, and shall body of the county in the manner prescribed by law. No instrument shall may suspend the justice or judge from office, with or without compensa-

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 tlos". pending final determination of the inquiry.
motor vehicle license taxes from the operation of this amendment and law.

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

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

tax anticipation certificates. For ._ Against SCHEDULE
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((12)) The state board shall have power to appoint such persons and Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 637A ((1) The terms of office of the present members of the judicial quali-

fix their compensation for the administration of the provisions of this JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 9, Article IV fications 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 to the appointment of game and fresh shall 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 I_The terms of five members, composed of two electors

among the various school districts and junior college districts and paid budget by the legislature.Be as set forth in 12a) ((3) of Article V, one member of the bar of Floridaas

out of the proceeds of the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certifi- set forth in D12a( ) ((2) of Article V, one judge from the district courtsof
distributable to each school district junior It Resolved by the the State Florida:
cates or from the funds or Legislature of appeal and one circuit judge as set forth in 12al( ) ( ) of Article V.
district the same basis as such motor vehicle license taxes shall
on expire
college on December 31
1976.b .
That the following amendment to Section 9 of Article IV of the State ,
distributable to the various school districts or junior college districts
under are the provisions of this amendment. Interest or profit on sinking fund Constitution is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Florida ( ) Group IL -The terms of four members, composed of one elector

investments shall accrue to the ached districts or junior college districtsin for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November as set forth in 12a(3)( )( of Article V, one member of the bar of Floridaas

proportion to their respective equities in the sinking fund or funds. 1974: set forth in 12a) ((2) of Article V, one circuit Judge and one county
judge as set forth in 112a( ) ((1)) of Article V shall expire on December 31,
SECTION 9. Game and fresh water fish commission.-
((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 'III.-The terms of four members, composed of two electorsas

herein, and if heretofore or hereafter authorized by law, may be five members appointed by the governor subject to confirmation by the set forth in 12a(3)( )( 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 as set forth in 12al( )( ) of Article V,
without an election. When heretofore or hereafter authorized by law, non judicial regulatory and executive powers of the state with respectto shall expire on December 31, 1980.

bonds issued pursuant to Article XII, Section 18 of the Constitution of wild animal life and fresh water aquatic life, except that all license ( The
(2))
1885, as amended prior to 1968, and bonds issued pursuant to Article fees for taking wild animal life and fresh water aquatic life and penaltiesfor the provisions amendment of to section 12 of Article V provided herein and
this
XII, Section 9, subsection (d) of the Constitution as revised in ]1968 and violating regulations of the commission shall be prescribed by specific 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 require-

issuance of bonds additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the with this section. The commission's exercise: executive: powersin ments of section 101.161 Florida Statutes the substance of the amendment

state only at a lower net average interest coot rate.e the area of planning, budgeting personnel management, and purchasing proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows:

shall be as provided by law. Revenue derived from such license fees shall An amendment to section
this Section 9 of 12 of Article V of the State Constitution to
( ) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds issued pursuant to
be appropriated to the commission by the legislature for the purpose of permit the judicial
qualifications
Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pursuantto commission to investigate and recommend
management protection and conservation of wild animal life 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 justiceor
state bonds contained in Section 11, Article VII, of this revision.f aquatic life. Judge whose conduct, during term of office or otherwise occurring on
The wording of the proposed amendment shall be stated. The Resolution or after November 1, ]1966 demonstrates a present unfitness to hold office .
( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, thereis make the appointment of game commission members subject to senate or warrants a reprimand, to provide a procedure for the removalof

also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed lan- approval; provides that the commission's planning, personnel, purchasingand members, to permit the commission to adopt rules regulating its proceedings
guage of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein, then such other which rules may be repealed by general law enacted
budgeting shall be provided by law; and, that the legislature may appropriate by majority
language as to subsection (a) shall prevail over the language of subsectiona funds to the commission. vote of the membership of each house of the legislature, or by the supreme -

( ) as contained herein.g court, five justices concurring to require, all proceedings before
House Joint Resolution No. 3911A
the
commission to be confidential until
( ) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, a recommendation is filed by the
JOINT RESOLUTION amendment to section 12 of ArticleV commission or unless the supreme court suspends
there is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed proposing an 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 then recommended by a vote of seven members of the commission concurring,
mission; providing that the commission shall have the all proceedings shall be public, further permitting the commission
other language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d) as con- power to Investi!
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 on or after cies, and requiring the 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 of the commission the speaker of the house of representatives or the
governor, respectively.
; providing that
If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, thereis Also provides for
the appointment of
commission shall adopt rules which be repealed by a new commission.
may a majorityvote
also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed lan-
guage of subsection (a) differs from that contained herein, then such 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 the temporary
section (a) as contained herein. sion of any justice or Judge against whom formal charges are pending suspen-; JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to the Constitution of

If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted, there is providing that if the supreme court suspends, all proceedings shall be the state of Florida; amending section 10 of Article 7j; relating to joint

also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed languageof public otherwise all proceedings shall be confidential until a recom- ownership construction and operation of electrical energy generatingor

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

subsection (c) as contained herein shall prevail over such other lan- have access to all information from all executive, legislative and Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida:
guage. judicial agencies; providing that the commission shall 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 for 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 pro- commission.Be for ratification or rejection at the next general election to be held in
posed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows: November, 1914.SECTION .
It Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida:
An amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State Constitutionto
: That the amendment to section 12 of Article V of the State Constitutionset school district 10. Pledging credit.-Neither the state nor any county,
municipality, special district, or of of
forth below is agency any them,
agreed to and shall be submitted
1. Extend the life of the "second gas tax" to January 1, 2025. Florida for approval to the electors of shall 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, 1974: 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 any other legally available revenues. Section 12. DISCIPLINE: REMOVAL AND RETIREMENT._ (b) the investment of other public funds in obligations of, or insured

House Joint Resolution No. 1907A 4f there eh 4l be a judicial qualifications eommionloii eemreecj.1. by, the United States or any of its instrumentalities;

Section 1 of Article (c) the issuance and sale by any county, municipality, special districtor
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to (a) There shall be a judicial qualifications commission vested with
other
VIII of the state constitution relating to nomenclature of county officers. jurisdiction to investigate and recommend to the Supreme Court Florida local governmental body of ((1)) revenue bonds to finance or refinance -

Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the Stilt Florida: the removal from office of any justice or judge whose conduct during term revenue the bonds cost to of finance capital projects refinance for airports or port facilities, or ((2)
or the cost of capital projects for industrial
of office or otherwise occurring on or after November 1 -
That the amendment to section 1 of Article VIII of the state constitutionset regard to the 1988 (without or manufacturing plants to the extent that the interest thereon
effective date
this section
of ) demonstrates
forth below is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Flor- to hold and a present unfitness is exempt from income taxes under the then existing laws of the United
office, to investigate and recommend the
ida for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in Novem- justice or judge whose conduct during term of office or otherwise reprimand of a States when in either case, the revenue bonds are payable solely from
occurring
ber 1974: revenue derived from the sale, operation or leasing of
the If
projects.
on or after November 1, 1966 (without regard to the effective date of any
Section 1. Counties- this section), warrants such a reprimand. The commission shall 60 composed private project so financed, or any part thereof, is occupied or operated by any
of: corporation, association partnership or person pursuant to con-
(a) POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS. The state shall be divided by law tract or lease with the issuing body, the property interest crested by such

into political subdivisions called counties. Counties may be created abolished ((1) Two judges of district courts of appeal selected by the judges of contract or lease shall be subject to taxation. to the same extent as other

or changed by law, with provision for payment or apportionment of the those courts, two circuit judges selected by the judges of the circuit courts privately owned property.

public debt. and two Judges of county courts selected by the Judges of those d
courts; ( ) a municipality
county special district, or agency/ any of them,
(b) COUNTY FUNDS. The care, custody and method of disbursing being
a joint
owner of
((2)) Two electors giving or lending or using its taxing
who or
reside in the state who power
county funds shall be provided by general law. are members of the bar credit for the joint
of Florida, and who shall be chosen by the governing body of the bar of ownership construction and operation electrical
(c) GOVERNMENT. Pursuant to general or special law, a county Florida; and energy generating or tr n.mi..ionacilitie.. with corporation, association -

government may be established by charter which shall be adopted, amendedor partnership. person.
repealed only upon vote of the electors of the county in a special election ((3) Five elector who reside in the state, who have never held judicial -
Senate "
called for that purpose.d office or been members of the bar of Florida, and who shall be Joint Resolution No. 917 -

by the A JOINT
appointed RESOLUTION
( ) COUNTY OFFICERS. There shall be elected by the electors of governor.b 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 to basic rights; prohibiting discrimination -

appraiser, MIl ennioooo,i a supervisor of elections, and a clerk of the circuit staggered terms, not to exceed six years, as prescribed by general law. No 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 of the State of Florida
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 :

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 is 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.
ARTICLE I
auditor, recorder and custodian of all county funds.
(c) Members of the judicial qualifications commission not subject to
(e) COMMISSIONERS. Except when otherwise provided by county impeachment shall be subject\ to removal from the commission pursuant to DECLARATION OF RIGHTS

charter, the governing body of each county shall be a board of county the provisions of Article IV, Section 7, Florida Constitution. SECTION 2Basic righU.-All natural person are equal before the
commissioners composed of five members serving staggered terms of four law and have \inalienable rights
Rte ealee ...ecdiiivaeanele ., the among: which are the right to enjoy and
years. After each decennial census the board of county commissioners shall Eel saprons. east .heal .4ept regulating defend life and liberty to happiness
__iI..., the filling et by the a".illtiRIf autheriritiee tHt4 the pursue to be rewarded for industry,
divide the county into districts of contiguous territory as nearly equalin and to acquire! possess and( Protect
population as practicable. One commissioner residing in each district ........,. relue..e..t ., disqualified e* incapacitated i number. A4te a Inheritance, disposition and possession property of ; except that the ownership,

shall be elected by the electors of the county.f ..e.eew.n4Ni.n .4 removal| ., ay jaetiee .> fridge, the record .t the fr.- for citizenship be real Property by aliens ineligible -
may regulated
udillcelteleM... ....."'ia8i.R. hall Ita.1 aside pvWie. shall be or Prohibited by law. No person
( ) NON-CHARTER GOVERNMENT. Counties not operating under deprived of any right because of race _, religion or physical/
county charters shall have such power of self-government as i* providedby (d) The commission ll adopt rules regulating its proceedings, the handicap.

general or special law. The board of county commissioner of a countynot tilling of vacancies by the appointing authorities, the disqualification STATEMENT OF
operating under a charter may enact, in a manner prescribed by of members, and the temporary replacement of disqualified or incapacitated PROPOSALThe

general law, county ordinances not inconsistent with general or speciallaw member The commission's rules, or any part thereof may be repealed proposal shall appear on the ballot as follows:

but an ordinance in conflict with a municipal ordinance shall not be by general law enacted b1a majority vote of the membership ofeaek The resolution
effective within the municipality to the extent of auch conflict.g house of the legislature, or by the supreme court five justices con because of provides that no person shall be discriminated against
curring. After a recommendation of removal or public reprimand of any a physical handicap
( ) CHARTER GOVERNMENT. Counties operating under county justice or judge, the record of the proceedings before the commission shall IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto

charters shall have all power of local self-government not inconsistentwith (. made public. The commission may with seven members concurring recommend set my hand and affixed
general law, or with special law approved by vote of the elector. the the Great Seal
to the suspension of
supreme court .mpof' any justice or of the State
of
The governing body of a county operating under a charter may enact judge against whom formal charges are pending and in the event the Florida at Tallahassee ,

county ordinance not inconsistent with general law. The charter shall -prewM court suspends such justice or judge all proceedings before thee.esesiaoion the Capital this the 21 day of August

provide which shall prevail in the event of conflict between county and i and all hearings .h U'bi public. Otherwise, proceedings. before Ju. 1974. ,
municipal ordinance ) the commission shall be confidential until a recommendation is filed

(SEAL) DOROTHY W. GLISSON

SECRETARY OF STATE.w..W.



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-- HAMPTONStarke AREA NEWSfolding Josephine FontaineAs Constitution,along with a note Margaret Wadsworth is now
NEW OFFICIALSTO of appreciation from Ronald teacher's aide in
an activity following the working as a
TAKE OFFICEHampton's reading of a book, fifth grade L Elliot, special assistant to the school.
new city officials last Monday evening. of the flag, and im- students Doll Waters and President Ford. The studentswere Wiley Sweat who serves as
will be sworn into officeat portance of respecting the Monica Boger recently wrotea thrilled to receive this school custodian was surprised -
the regular Council meeting SCHOOL NEWS third flag They then instructed letter to the President of the bonanza of useful literature! on September 20 when
'I Tuesday night, Oct. 8. The first, second and children on properly raisingand United States. In reply they Faculty and students miss the faculty presented him witha
:: : :;; I Those taking office at this grades of Hampton been lowering the flag at which received the following items: seeing the smiling face of Mrs. lovely cake baked by Mrs.
have
time will be: Charles Elementary School time a new flag obtained for pictures in color of President Deborah Patrick who was Blonnie Dirkman along with
01... l Williams, mayor; Dennis conducting a United study States.on the In the school by Principal Tom Gerald Ford and the White recently transferred from some useful gifts on the occasion -
(Buddy) Roark, marshall!; history of the Casey was used. to
1 1f (House, booklets about the Hampton Elementary of his birthday.
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughn and Ted line with this study, Mrs. Jean Mrs. Betty Brannon, Food American Flag and the Starke Elementary. Mrs
Curtisincumbent( ) membersof Clark, Mrs Deborah Patrick Services Coordinator, visited "'I
the council. and Mrs. Ernestine Denmark the primary grades on ..
conducted a walking tour to September
17. She explainedthe
Sunday f RECREATION the Hampton Post Office. Mrs. value of good nutrition, the
9:45 o'clock: ; Morning, : The Hampton Senior Mary Williams, postmistress, planning of good menus, and JOHN PAUL HOWARD WAS # 1 1ON
Citizens Club held their explained the methods and importance of balanced diets
Christian"
; : regular meeting September 20 equipment used in deliveringmail for healthy bodies. Students
6:15: ; with 17 members present. and serving needs of the enjoyed the delicious food SEPT. 10, LET'S KEEP IT THAT WAY ON OCTOBER 1 11!
7:30: sermon: Mrs. Bernice Bateman talkedto public in sending mail. Mrs. Brannon brought along
......and
s Hutcheson the club about the first aid Students were thrilled to see and served to them.
Monday and members said the beautiful U.S. flag which On
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course September 19 these
6:30 In his bid for the vacant First District Court of
: p.m.;
Mrs. Williams explained had
Who they would take the course. It students enjoyed a delicious, I
Tuesday flown over the Capitol Appeal Judgeship in the first primary on September -
will be at 7 pm at Hampton properly balanced breakfast
o'clock; Hutcheson, a Brad- City Hall, beginning October building at Washington, D.C. prepared l by Mrs. Clark, Mrs. 10, JOHN PAUL HOWARD, Jacksonville attorney -
Covered 10:45: ; Dish : ; High School senior and 3. The door prize was won by and was presented at the time Denmark, Mrs. Rich and received the most votes in Duval County in an
o'clock noon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruddy DeWaters, and game of the dedication of the Post mothers of the students. They election encompassing 37 North Florida counties ',
; of Starke, has been prizes went to Mrs. Bateman, Office. This group proceededto were instructed in food ..
3:20: ; in the polls at the City Hall and against four outstanding opponents in the
the eighth annual Evelyn Vaughn, Lynn Hall, preparation, proper servingand
Men Meeting of "Who's Who among Lillian Hall and Genette where voting was taking place good manners to be usedat legal field. Now he asks your support again in the
Kingsley, High School Krieger.The on September 10. Several the table second primary election on October 1.
Church 6:30
:
197374." next meeting will be students who were permittedto Rick Ezzell, physical
Wednesday is active in held October 4. New membersare witness voting later education instructor, took
Supper, 6:15: ; Club, Annual Staff welcome. Come and get reported to the rest of the members of the fourth, fifth HOWARD, 48, a native of Glen St. Mary.
Workers World ; R.A.; ; and also at- acquainted. class on the procedures usedin and sixth grades to the foot- graduated from the University of Florida Collegeof
Friends, ; the 1974 State Science the process of voting.On ball game at the University of Law in 1950. For 24 years he has hod the most
Power", 7:30: ; He plans to attend FIRST AID September 12, Sgt. Ray Florida when U. of F. defeatedthe active trial and appellate law practice of
: ; any
where he will major in COURSE Griffis and Specialist Mike California
team. Mrs.
Practice, 8:15.Thursday: in North Florida and has tried
and environmental Rhoden of the Florida single attorney
A First Aid Class will be Lucy Hodges and Mrs.
started at the Hampton City National Guard visited these Margaret Hardy assisted in thousands of cases,civil and criminal, before state and federal courts,all appellate -
Visitation Makers Choir: ; Hall, Thursday evening, Oct. grades and explained the supervising the Hampton : courts, the Florida Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court in
Friday : ST. :MARK'S 3.Anyone 16 years old or older origin of Old Glory, proper students. Washington,D.C.Selected .
take the First Aid Course
can J
Brotherhood (
.IS"O.\I CHURCH and receive their card for it. by the Judicial Commission this for
Lake Yale. Nominating year a Judgeship,
6:15: ( ) Sept. 29th 8:30: officials Volunteer are Firemen especially and urgedto City DeWitt C. Jones HOWARD is a deacon in the Baptist Church, a member of the Jacksonville Bar
Saturday at Holy Eucharist, 9:45: take the course.There is no Association,the Florida Bar, American Ti.nl.; lawyers'Association,Temple LodgeNo.
Ben Church School, 11:00: charge. .23,Scottish Rite Bodies,Morocco Temple,Chairman of the Draft Board,and
Holy Baptism &. Sermon, Funeral Home free legal advisor to Goodwill Industries of Northeast Florida and other charita-
:( ) p.m. E.Y.C. Meeting. FRIENDS&NEIGHBORS bleand
Oct. 3rd 3:30: religious institutions.
Pat and Peggy Crawford
Junior Choir Practice, STARKE PHONE 9646200Rental
their thirteenth
celebrated
There(;will OSI> ; : : p.m. Senior Choir birthday on September 23, Elect a man of integrity and experience ...
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with a family celebration.
Saturday Pine Grove night They are the son and daughterof Hospital Beds, Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches ELECT JOHN PAUL HOWARDJUDGE
Methodist Mr. and Mrs. D. Crawfordand
Located on Obituaries grandchildren of Mr and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FIRST DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL ON OCT. 1

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Lynn and Lisa,
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Robert, and Lonnie,
0 of Starke; George, of
; one sister, Mrs. Joan

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Chapel with Rev. G.
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tyMC*** CHURCH ACTIVITIES 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7 business session Mrs. Wilma Miss Sue Ellen Couthran, of William Harris, of Ocoee. Mrs. Edith Swinney of
Church of God Sunday pm. and United Methodist Wainwright presented the JJAWTEY Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Thad was a Sunday dinner guest of Jacksonville\ was a guest of
School 10 a.mi. Worship Ser- Fellowship at 7-30: ( p.m. program. There were 14 ladies Surrency, and family, of his brother-in-law and sister, her parents, Mr.and Mrs. J.F.
vices 11 am and 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. present.Highland. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Robertson, Monday.
YPE and Prayer Meeting Revival Services at the Baptist Church Jones and daughter, of Their son-in-law and One hundred relatives and
Saturday at 7:30;/ p.m. church: will be Thursday, Sept. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. By Elizabeth Terry Raiford, and Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. friends of Mrs. Beadie Nor
Faith Baptist Church 26, at 7:30: ( p.m. Sermon Topicfor Worship Services 11 a.m. and Jerry Brown and daughter, of Charley Mosley, and family man gathered at the home of
Radio Program over WPXE Sept. 29 is "Making Haste, 7:30: ( pm. Prayer meeting selection on Monday and for Wilkerson spent a week with Hampton, gathered at the came for awhile after lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Austinfor
Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Slowly." Evening Service at Wednesday at 730.: ( the rest of the week they her brothers and sisters and home of their parents,Mr and Mrs.Wordie Melton, of Ocoee, a family dinner In her
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- 7:30 will continue In the book Northside Baptist Church assume leadership positionson their families in Lake Wales. Mrs. Vernon Mobleyv on who has been with the Testonsfor honor on Saturday. She was 91
vices 11 ami and 7:30: p.m. of Hebrews. United Methodist Sunday School 10( a.m. Wor- the playground and their They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Saturday of last week to help sometime returned home years old. Everyone enjoyedthe
School on Bible Doctrine Women will meet at the ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: names and pictures are Buddy Ogburn, of Apopka.Mrs. their father celebrate his with her son Sunday af meal and being with her
Tuesday 8 pi m. at Pastor's church Tuesday, Oct 1, at 10 p.m. Prayer meeting Wed- displayed at the school. B.F. McCulley and birthday anniversary. ternoon. for the day.
home. Prayer meeting a.m.United nesday at 7:30.SCHOOL: Students selected this week uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Mrs. Joey Dobbs and
Wednesday, 7-30: p.m. Bible Methodist Women were: Angie Higginbotham, Ernest Grider,of Starke, wentto Wilkison, Jr, of Jacksonville, Blackshear, Ga., stopped by daughter, of Jacksonville,
Study met at the church Tuesday at NEWS 5th grade; Anthony Williams, Dunlap, Tenn. to visit their were Saturday guests of their Sunday afternoon for a short were Sunday guests of her
Grace Unified' Methodist 10 a.m. with Miss Arthurine The physical education 4th grade; Teresa Felton, 3rd sisters and attend the family parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald visit with her sister, Miss grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School( 9:45: a.m. Blanchard presiding. Meetingwas department selects out- grade. reunion and Decoration Dayat Wilkison, Sr. Other guests Elizabeth Terry. Burchfield Miller, and
Worship Services 11 a.m. and opened with devotional by standing students each week. The Lawtey Elementary Cookeville Cemetery. They were Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Bobby Norman, Mr. and daughter, Marylin, of San-
Mrs. Coss. After a brief They are notified of their School Advisory Committeemet returned home Tuesday.Mrs. also of Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs.Jack Harvey,of Orlando, ford.Mr.
Tuesday, Sept. 17. New Truman Norman and Ola Starling, and Mr. J.C. Prevatt, Jr., of and Mrs. J.C. Beach,
FASHION MATE ZIG.ZAG committee members for this grandson, Ricky Norman, and Mrs. Charles Starling and Gainesville, Mrs. L.ll. Har- and Mrs. Lenora Swindell,
year are: Thomas Barnes and were Friday overnight guestsof family were Saturday guestsof per, of Starke, and Mr. and and sons, of Jacksonville, and
Sews buttonholes. ,sews Mrs. Mary Felton. All citizens her son. and daughterinlaw their son-in-law and Mrs.Truman Norman, with Mr.and Mrs. Don Roberts and
Dewing machine buttons mends.. are urged to contact membersof Mr. and Mrs. Reggie daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andy: Mrs. Ernest Peevy and Mrs. girls, of Lake City, visited
on the committee regarding Norman, of Gulf Hammock. Harvey of Perry. While there Gara Dorman, of Ocoee, their grandparents, Mr. and
without attachments suggestions or other items Friends of Gene Pearson they went to Keaton and Dekle gathered at the home of their Mrs. J.F. Robertson, Sunday
Built-in blind- pertaining to school affairs. regret to learn that he suffered Beaches, and Haggan's Cove. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. afternoon.FOR .
'Now m.sss1positions a severe heart attack They were supper guests of and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on
PTACARNIVALPLANS last Friday night and is in the Harveys who came home Monday to help their sister, SALE: Typewriter and
-1 C ARE MADE Shands Hospital, Gainesville.Our with them and stayed until Mrs. Carl Prevatt celebrate Adding Machine ribbons at
Reg. .109" preparations The Lawtey PTA for is making the love and prayers are with Sunday afternoon. her birthday anniversary. The Office Shop.

Carrying case or cabinet extra Halloween Carnival, Oct. 26. him.Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Wood I
They ask that all the citizens and family attended Home
252 who wish to contribute, Coming Sunday at Lake
;&ir.quw.a contact Mrs. D.L. Shuford, or Forest Baptist Church, in t
Mrs. G. W. Anders. Home Jacksonville.Mr. .
made cakes and pies!! are and Mrs. Joe Harley
especially welcome. Your and children visited their fit s..lf.
i iL help. and support will be aunt, Mrs. Elva Reddish, k tir
aefl greatly appreciated. Saturday night to help
baewn Remember it is your carnival, celebrate her birthday an-
your PTA and your school. niversary.
The more you work, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston
support it,the better it will be. and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Teston and daughter
PERSONALSMrs. attended the football game at
Jennie Lou Green and Ocala last Friday night. The
mother, Mrs. Virginia football group known as tl
Jenkins, of Hilliard, came Tornadoes played and won 15
Sunday and took her parents, to 8
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders, to Mr.and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of MARK ADKINSTHANKS
the home of her son and Graham, were Sunday afternoon -
daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. guests of their
o FUTURA Pete Jenkins, in Jacksonville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
for a family meal. Mrs. Eunice. They stopped by and VOTERS.
sewing machine Jenkins brought the Anders visited Miss Elizabeth Terryon .
home in the afternoon.Mrs. their way home.
.* AND CABINET Carl Norman and Mrs. Mrs.Kenneth Barfield spent
Darlene Norman went to the weekend with her sister,
Vye" / Seville on Tuesday to be with Mrs. Charlotte Abernathy, of
J MOdeI900/692$1, 00 OFF their aunt, Mrs. Edna Harvey, Cartersville, Ga. Another I Wish To Sincerely Thank The Many Voters
Reg. during surgery on her eye. sister, Mrs.Mary Wehunt, has
button front Price Friends of Mr. and Mrs. just had cancer surgery and is Who Supported Me In My Bid For County
Jack Kuhne and family regretto getting along fine.
learn that they have sold Danny Wolfe was a Tuesday Commissioner.To .
STYLIST STRETCH-STITCH SAVE $ Reg. their property here and are overnight guest of his grandmother
/ moving to Chiefland. We will ,Mrs. Hester Hicks, on
sewing machine Model 513 '30" 4 V l I$1 179"l' miss these fine people in our his way from Cap Coral, to Those Who So
Carrying case or cabinet extra community. Our love, Wilmington, Del. Generously Gave Their
Exclusive front drop-in bobbin, 6 built-in stitches. and best wishes Mr. and Mrs. Joe
with prayers them., go and Mrs. Hodgesand Time And Effort In My Behalf I Am Deeply
family, Maggie
va '2C. We have a Credit Plan designed to fit your budget
I' We also have a liberal trade-m policy Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter Hodges, of Macclenny, spent Grateful.
; and sons, Greg and Gary, of Saturday with her soninlawand
COLEMAN'S SEWING CENTER1-all 1 Street Starke. Fla. 32091 Jacksonville were Saturday daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
; 9049648312'A evening dinner guests of Mr. Morris Kelley and family.
APPROVtD BIMUKDEMf n Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY and Mrs. Russell Wood. Mrs Jack Kuhne and Sincerely
Mr. and Mrs. Harry children spent Saturday with ,
her parents,Mr. and Mrs. Jim MARK B. ADKINSPd.
Newsom. Other guests were
r Mr. and Mrs. Joe Castell, of
1 Clearwater, and Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Mobley, of Tampa, who ( Pol. Adv.)
came weekend.to Chiefland for the




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