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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford County public school Instructors voted 124-72 to reject 1
their new proposed contract package, yesterday afternoon, Wed- ,.
nesday (August 25)), \
$7.6 Million Teachers followed the recommendation of their bargaining :
team members and Bradford Education Association Executive :
Council members in voting down the contract package, objecting
to the salary scale provision which awarded higher raises to
teachers with 10 or more years experience in the county as
SchoolBudgetetFor7677 opposed to substantially smaller pay hikes for new teachers They
also found fault with the board's limitation on contributions to
insurance premiums, which were to have been the same as last
year's $208.56 annual contribution.One .

$ young teacher, voicing the Bradford Education Asso-
her objection to the new salary ciation (BEA), had agreed to
scale favoring long term tentatively accept the proposed
t instructors, told the assemblyof contract package. How-
A: $7.6 million 1976-77 book lockers, lighting the teachers gathered for the ever, BEA bargaining team
Bradford budget was auditorium and adding ventsto voting in the Bradford County members, which representedall
tentatively accepted by the the inadequate BHS air- High School Auditorium, that of the county s public
School Board after a SVfe-hour\ conditioning system.. "It's a "my groceries cost just as school instructors during the I
work session which ended at one shot deal: Supt. Richard much as theirs." recent contract talks, ,
2:30: p.m. yesterday (Wednes- Jockel explains, something Lengthy discussion on the reserved final approval of the ,
day, Aug. 25). the board has never been able provisions of the now rejected new contract for the teachers '
The board will meet Mon- to afford and won't likely be contract package preceding themselves.
able to afford again in the the teachers Loper said the decision to .
day, Aug. 30, at 5 p.m with balloting, cameto '
administrators', to discuss future. an end when Bill Costello, tentatively accept, rather
priorities of projects, in a Largest of the schoolboard's DCT instructor, motioned to than accept or reject the con-
$321,900 capital outlay request four budgets Is the call for the balloting. tract, was based on the BEA's /
submitted by the ,staff Wed- Operating Budget or General During the discussion session inability to contact a large
nesday. The school staff pro- Fund which totals $5.2 millionfor teachers heard com- enough percentage of the I
poses that 20-odd maintenanceand 1976-77 estimates. That ments, limited to one minute, county's teachers to make a :
equipment projects be budget includes smaller bud- from representatives speaking firm decision on their behalf !
financed from the boards gets for 15 cost centers: boardof for and against the con- Tentative acceptance of the ,
,$459,233 fund balance education, (general ad- tract package. proposed contract by the BEA ,
Crossing The Sun's Shimmering Path 'Projects proposed 'Include ministration, maintenance of David Hurse, athletic director negotiating team came just y 1 J
t-rttji.funds for plant, transportation, curricu- for Bradford County High six days after the. school;
equipment at.cfccfl
.... evidence the of the ancient : {:;lurnzandinstruction.: : fiscal), School: .?nd.>ono-.teacher,wtx ,, board's. bargaining team: led J
this father and son sailing team head home across the growing popularity : transportation 1kboot, severa} paving control: l 'and central services,' *" Business !: ""' .......
waters of Lake (Geneva near Keystone Heights, aided by a late form. Increased Interest In pleasure sailing may be attributed to projects, a new bookkeeping and budgets for each of the spoke in favor of acceptanceof by 'ManagtfEddleDouglas -,""
afternoon zephyr. Billowing sails against the rising/ columns of the desire for economical operation, quiet transportation and machine, classroom equip- county's eight schools. the contract, said "I urge had first presented
afternoon thunderheads in ever Incr.aslnnumbers/ are of course Just plain fun. ment, repair and purchase of you new people in the county the package proposal, which
Every department and
to get to know the board members among other items calls for a
school has had its budget and their attitude on this new teacher salary scale with
padded under the spending matter," adding "two mem pay hikes in excess of $200,000
proposals of Supt. Jockel and bers have said that we'll probably for the upcoming year. Con
Starke Growth Could Be Pushed his staff. There is more money end up with less" tract talks began last April. \
for almost every item, from (money in salary increases). The pay increases are to be
supplies and parts for the John Snell, an instructor at funded from some $400,000 in
operations center to the Bradford Middle School, new monies, which the board
amount of supply money responding to Hurse's statement expects to receive from the
allotted per student. Largestin said"if we are a profes- Florida Education Finance
Federal Aid the budget comes from sional organization and a Program, due to increased
Through Programseverything some $200,000 in new state union, should we let five pupil loads in the county.
monies the county expects to people be able to tell us whatto The board's new salary
earn under the Florida Education do?" schedule will award the

Programs that could from recreation to administering the program final application is requested applicability of this act to because of Finance Program In rejecting the board's pro- county's teachers an average
revolutionize growth in the low rent housing. Though no with funds for establishing the requiring preparation of Starke's specific needs may another more students, and posed contract package the increase of 11.08 percent,
$168,000 the board
City of Starke may be possible cost estimates have been program initially, and a Needs Survey. be made. earned teachers are beginning the compared to a 16.97 percent
prepared on portion of the annual actually on studentcount school year without a con average increase for thecounty's
through a series of wide- any proposed expense -Public Works EmploymentAct -Bureau of Outdoor last but had
ranging grants made project, the total would likely incurred in administration. of 1976--Presently before Recreation..Provides 50 to back year to use tract, and at the same salary 16 administratorsand
available through state and be well in excess of 2 million.As Discretionary Block the Congressional percent federal funding for from pay the state over in payments scale they had last year. a 19.9 percent average
federal WF. outlined by Armentraut, Grants: Provides 100 percent Appropriations Committee for and constructionof previous Bradford Education Association increase for non-instructional
agencies acquisition
the of federal for years. It gives a total of officers told the teachers personnel, both of which were
Armentraut, Jr., of Bessent, applicability various funding housing funding. Allocation of moneys recreational area. May be $368,000 additional that could
grants to meet the public works will be based there was no guarantee that retroactive to July 1, 1976.
Hammack & Ruckman, Inc., programs programs on population, applied for at any time, but it be the
revealed this week in a report needs of the City of Starkeare improvements, recreational size of area, type of project, appears that funding is not Given spread that over$368,000 budget.plus the raises, if any, will be retroactive Under the new teacher sal
: facilities and community and long-range effect, Seventy when a final contract ary schedule, county public
to : available for
MayorCommissionerCharles improvementson
,' large fund balance of $459,233, school instructors will receive
settlement is reached.
Schaefer. -Department t of Housing and facilities whichhen percent of monies land which is
already the board has an operating hikes from a low of 6.6
The survey, summarizingthe Urban Development constructed and-or appropriated! will be allocatedto owned by the municipality. budget expanded over 75-76 George Loper, chief negotiator pay
by
Programs (IIUD)I"Sl'Ction 8 implemented, will provide a areas where unemploymentis percent, or $500 per year, to a
applicability of various of -Atlantic Coastal Plains some $827,000. for the teacher's bargaining high of 15,43 percent, or $1,470
Program: A rental assistance higher standard living above the national
average.
grant programs, was made at Commission-Provided raises for the board's team, had previously annually, with the larger
program, allowing lower within the lower and middle The remaining 30 percent will Pay
the of Schaefer
request actingon explained that if the contract
additional federal to 400-odd total increases going to teachers
funding employees
families take
of income to income groups. Applicationsmust be allocated to areas where
the Council
and authority followed a discussion, advantage of new housing by be submitted annually, unemployemnt is above 6.5 raise the total federal share of $339,000. Noninstructionalraises were would accepted then by before teachers the it with 10 or more years on con
the the first projects to a maximum of 80 total $109,000, administrative go tinuing contract
providing a subsidy to usually during percent (this group includes
August 5 in the office of the school board for approval, butif
North Central Florida rentor based on ability to pay. quarter of the calendar year. Bradford County). Final percent, requiring the local raises total $30,000, rejected the two sides would The starting salary for a
Prc-Allication Notice government to provide 20 and the board's proposed new teacher would be
Section 8 not only provided a The regulations will be publishedby
Regional Planning Council subsidy to lower and middle outlining In general the EDA (Economic percent of the total project salary schedule for teachers return to the bargaining table increased $300 to $8,200
between Schaefer for further talks.
income groups for housing overall needs of the Development Authority) by funding. ACP is primarily includes some $200,000 in pay annually. Salary increases for
Charles talks
Armentraut. Contract prior to
assistance, but also community, is reviewed by concerned with funding increases. teachers on continuing con-
Harwood of the NCFRPC provided August 26, at which time a Wednesday's balloting by the
the governmentabody HUD and, if acceptable, a detailed of (!Sec tracts call for hikes over last
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staff, and a representative of investigation 3) The large fund balance resulted county's 200-plus teachers, year's schedule of about $500(
11 the Bradford County from the 75-76 operating closed Monday, August 9, at three and four years; $600at

I Telegraph Armentraut In his report outlined to Shcaefer grants, 2 City Commission Races Set estimated million.budget The the estimated student staff at under FTE$4.1 when Loper announced that years five; $800 years at; seven$700 at years six;

$900 at eight and nine years;
count, the school board
that appeared available to the Demo Rally and an $1,300 hike over last
actually received $4.5 millionin
city for improvements Ink1 year's salary schedule for

4-Year Terms On Ballot another state overexpenditure funds. Fearing last Set Saturday teachers with 10 years under a
contract.
continuing
k1 tiIIIIln11 ( t prw AgainTwo year, the board cut off expen- Another "money matter" to
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ditures by its staff and the The one and only political which the contract voted on
'1 city commission races the commission previously, change would be effective oiticials much needed time to large fund balance was the sponsored by the Bradford Wednesday addresses itself is
\ and a proposed charter from 1962 to 1966, and on the starting October, 1977. work on problems and relieve result. County Democratic Executive the board's limitation of con
change will be decided by Bradford County School The issue of two-year versus them from constantly havingto Supt. Jockel wants to spendthe Committee will be held at the tributions to insurance premiums -
T 1t.1 Starke voters in the Sept Board from 196674. The four-year terms is hardly a worry about the next elec- carryover on much needed Bradford High School football ($208.56 ).
.. ember 14 city election. owner of Goodman's Service new one to city voters they tion. This, they say, would projects the board has been stadium Saturday, Aug. 28, In all, teachers per considered year
j.. Station Goodman vows to turned down the idea by the give officials more time to putting off for years. with speaking scheduled to 22 revisions in their 1975-76
t.1 y I Qualifying deadline was "run the city on a businesslikebasis. narrow margin of 697-665 four devote to city government.On Jockel and Business Man start at 7 p.m. contract with the board during
't. noon Tuesday, and one com- the other hand, ager Eddie Douglas they
say
years ago. The idea seems to say Supper will be served from with
Wednesday's voting,
missioner escaped without of terms, have tried this year to estimate -
i ; have gained some favor, supporters two-year the band stand by the changes ranging from minor
THURSDAY. AUG. It opposition. Harold Epps 41, Political newcomer Gerald though, since 1960, when it more frequent elections make what the FTE count will Woman's Club of Starke from wording revisions to the new
will return for a second termas Brown 47, says he has studied was voted down by a much officials more responsibe to actually be. They emphasize 5:30: p.m. until dinners are salary schedule.
Lake Butler Group 3 commissioner on local issues as both a businessman larger margin 270 votes. public opinion,and give votersa they don't expect another big sold out. 250 chicken dinners Additional contract clause
Budget Hearing the city council. and as a taxpayer, Supporters of four-year chance to eliminate incompetents budget balance at the end of will be prepared and served changes Included: automatic

City Hall, 10a.m. Vying for the Group 1 seat and feels that local decisionsare terms say that it will give city more quickly. the To 76-77 reach school the year.$7.6 million for $2 per plate. Dessert will deduction of BEA dues from
sometimes made too has. be homemade cake served at
being vacated.by Marc Jack total three teacher salary checks, the
budget, other
MONDAY. AUG. 30 son are Seeber Goodman and tily, without proper study and Driver Offers Aid Gets Taken smaller budgets have to be extra cost. setting of a 72-hour time limitin
"We'll have kind of
analysis.
"City
government every
Wilbur Waters. IncumbentMayorCommissioner as which a teacher must
Union Co. Sch. Bd. Charles a public trust should be run as Bradford County sheriff's deputies he stopped- and added to the $3.2 million operations cake you can imagine," says respond to complaints from

Courthouse, a p.m. Schaefer drew opposition a business," Brown says, as deputies are investigating a attempted to help the woman, budget, They are Mrs. Hazel Hardy, finance parents, a more equitable
service
he seeked Schaefer's who had a young child with $386,692 special fund, chairman of the Woman'sClub.
5 of
Monday from city: insurance' Group Tuesday evening incident in $797,495 in debt service funds means distributing classroom
seat. her, start her car but he .
was
BHSFOOT8ALLSEASON man Gerald Brown. which a Jacksonville man was and $1.2 million the capital! supplies, limiting the
unsuccessful.Pete Jimmy Crosy, Demo
TICKETS robbed of an undetermined number of lunch periods a
Waters 27, Is a former city said a previously unob- outlay budget. Executive Committee
NOW ON SALE Presently Starke's mayor. amount of after stop- teacher may be required to
money The special revenue service
Stoat BHS fireman and policeman, Soft commissioner, the 48-year-old ping his car on US-301 to help a served man then jumped at fund Includes funds for chairman, said that state, work per week to two days,
him and hit him the head district and local candidatesare
employed at Dankel over ,
who limiting faculty meetings to 24
Schaefer is seeking a third woman was apparently support services for the school
Company A Starke residentfor with a beer bottle. After regaining invited to speak, with each and limiting the
trouble.
term on the commission.Also having car the per year
system, largest expenditure
QJIjr (Community six years Waters says consciousness a short speaker being alotted five practice of substituting for
working for the city has given Deputy Robert Green said while later, Pete discoveredhis by far being $337,829 for minutes. Local candidateswill another teacher to emergencycases
Slot Sank him a CI08e-U!) view of local on the ballot is a pro- Joseph M. Pete, 44, was traveling wallet and credit cards the food service program.The speak last. only.
problems, and feels having posal to have the city clerk, north on 301 near the missing. debt service budget In case of rain, the rally will Other contract clause
Aw.ww Nun Iooowo4 U. worked with these problems chief of police and city com- intersection of SR-221 w hen he Green said Pete drove him includes payment on principleof be held in the high school changes considered by r.

,.....D..ls T*130400-kr c.... first-hand will make him an missioners elected to four- spotted a woman standing on self to Bradford County $228,374 on previous bond auditorium, Crosby said, and teachers in Wednesday's vot ,j
asset to the commission. year terms Instead of the the side of the road near a Hospital, where he was issues, $222,631: In interest, the dinner will be served in the ing were: a reduction of
G.w"mn. T- has served on present two-year terms. The stopped car. Pete told treated and released. (See Page 2> high school cafeteria. (See Page

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County Hospital must meet with the medical month by the Department of the pay between weeknightsand As School Opens I
administrator R. D. staff to go over the budget in Health and Rehabilitative weekends. s' tk
Edmondson recommendedthat tt
Edmotdson informed hospital order to comply with state Services. There were some' '
trustees August 19 that Blue licensing board regulations.Dr. two dozen deficiencies, most the board raise the call Buses will roll, books will will go to Starke, Southside,*
Cross approval of an $8 per Kiert Sandusadee, chiefof minor in nature that have back pay to $7.50 for x open, and parents will get Hampton and Lawtey Ele-
day -com rate increase has medical staff asked that already been corrected. weeknights with the long-awaited relief for six mentary schools this year.
cleared the for an Deficiencies still uncorrected appropriate Increase for Southside Elementary will
way eighty the staff be provided copies of hours a day as BradfordCounty's
salary increase for the budget and given enough include the lack of a fresh air weekends, but Dodd said the students have the earliest hours in the
hospital employees. time "to take it home and supply system and exhaust board should study the cost of Jt'' RISF back to school 4,500 Monday.Bus go county-7:45: a.m. to2 p.m. theschool's
Emoll! son said he was study it." fans in patient bathrooms. the raise before any action is ) ly enrollment is
I notified of the approval "If you just want to have the Edmonson suggested that the taken. r_ schedules will be expected to be around 660 students -
I board have an architect study "We are trying to live in a the same as they were this
I August 10. This will jump the meeting to please the state exactly year.
cost of a semi-private room inspectors, forget it, he said. the problem to make budget..and everytime we : : at the end of last term, school Starke Elementary, with an
frurti $56 to $64 and a private "If you want to discuss the recommenda make a change it" changes the r j: officials say, and most schools enrollment of approximately
room \will go from $61)) to $68.The budget with us, that's another Another deficiency of overall picture, Dodd said. .. will be operating on the same 700,will operate from 9 a.m. to
concern to the trustees Edmondson presented a hours last
new rates will become story. \ t as year. 3 p.m.
concerns the hospital's request from the emergency ; The smallest elementary
Jfective the first day of Edmondson after Bradford High School will
that the sprinkler system. Presently medical technicians that the school in the county, Brooker
/tuber.: explaining regulationwas have two shifts, with students
Hospital trustees were also a new one, recommendedthat there are no sprinklers in the hospital provide them with early by school Elementary, will have an
nurses' lounge and storage uniforms. While the trustees r : i. picked up enrollment of 130
informed that the hospital'si.7 copies of the budget be d buses attending the 8:10: a.m. expected
Edmondson said the were sympathetic, all agreed there will be
$ million budget has given to staff members.The room. to 2:10: session and those students. Hours
apparently been approved by administrator also trustees must present HRS that they could not grant the 4 picked later attending from from 8:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
Die county commission. But presented the finding of a fire with a plan for correction with request without providing 9:05: to up 3:05.: Those students Hampton Elementary, withan
last an anticipated completiondate. uniforms to other hospital ? enrollment of 150, will
tMmondson said the trustees safety survey completed who walk to school will be
personnel. operate from 8 a.m. to 2:30:
Chairman William Dodd Edmondson said the divided among the two ses
280 students are expectedat
p.m.
said the trustees should hospital could afford BUS Cheerleaders Rated SuperiorThe sions. the hours
where
Lawtey
d1W5E'rWMufflerShDp; contact the state fire marshall! replacing one or two uniformsa The high school, with an will be from 8:45: a.m. to 3:15:
T. ( )" for recommended solutionsand year, but not the amount BUS varsity cheerleaders recently won four superior ratIngs expected enrollment of 1,150
[ then estimates on the required due to the adverse ,the highest possible In the National Cheerleading Association for the current term, will have p.m.School enroll
.. get Camp at Jacksonville University four new teachers this year. principals say
before working conditions of the
of the corrections
cost
ment figures are approximations
EMTs. The cheerleaders were one of 60 squads present from Florida At Bradford Middle School,
action is taken. The monthly] financial and Georgia at the August ,.12 event. The girls also earned two sessions will also be depending on the number
also
The trustees delayed
showed that the "super star squad" honors for success In chant variations and necessary. Those students of new students enrolling
action concerning report
hospital had of pep rally Ideas, and learned several new cheers and porn-porn from the Brooker, Hamptonand during the first few days of
replacement of the nurses' a profit $43,810for will school. Nobody knows exactly
Special routines. Southside areas
call which has "beenin the month of July, down
system about $1,500 from the The cheerleaders are, top ((1-r): Rhonda Ilarrell, Kathy Tes- attend from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. how many to expect, since
Muffler Installed On Most Cars bad, shape according for to several Dodd. month a year ago but $37,000 same tone, and Shan Edwards; center Angle Bryant, co-captain, and students from the Lawteyand many students just show up at
without having regis-
years Brenda Roberts, and Sharon Crosby, captain. Bottom Gayle Starke elementary areas schools
The board more than last month. The
$1995 recently
spent date.
$2,400 for installation of about hospital had $59,182 in the Shuford secretary-treasurer, Neva Flynn, and Marie will attend from 9 a.m. to 3 tered at a prior

We Do All Kinds Of Custom Work 60 new speakers but problems operating account at the end Ferguson. Not present is sponsor Debra Alvarez p.m.This
school
still exist with delays and the of July, nearly $12,000 more year the middle
Budget .
will have only seventh and
than in June The
control box. The board operating
Automobile
Repairs members agreed that account a year ago showed $32 Zippy Mart Hit Third Time eighth graders, a group
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present expected to total around 730. From. r"i,i* II)
in the red.
Foreign & Domestic Cars Work replacement of the old systemwas Sixth graders, who previously Elementary and middle
to it, The report showed 80 robbed last
preferable repairing Thieves struck the Zippy September 11-
attended the middle school, school students will each be
but decided to postpone action percent occupancy for July, Mart on US-301 south at SR-18 resulting in the deaths of two alloted $li: for instructional
Fully Guaranteed until next month because of up one percent from last near Hampton (or the third Bradford County residents. High school students
lack of available funds.In month and up 24 percent from time in less than a year, but Killed\ in that robbery were Reject. each supplies.will alloted $17. These
Starters Generators & Alternators item of old businessthe last July. the Glen C.
an this time nobody was killed in clerk Lundgren, monies will all for suppliesin
board decided to check the the robbery. '19, and Keith Kirchaine, (From Page 1)) go
((90 Day Guaranteed) cost to the hospital of FHXOII EndorsedDonna Using pocket knife and a 16, who was a frequent visitor teacher evaluations by one for when contract the classroom to previous supply years

equalizing nurses standbypay Faxon, a former small baseball bat to rob the when Lundgren was working. instructors or continuing and monies eroded by other
Special Shock Absorber Installed Delico *14" during off-duty hours. Starke resident now an Ala- 24-hour convenience store Lundgren was shot to death annual contracts, adding a school were which eroded
Presently the basic scheduleis chua County teacher, receivedan around 3:10:: a.m. Sunday two inside the store. Kirchainewas provision for a 24-hour cooling dollars expenses actually
: BigD $5 per day for 16 hours on- endorsement from the white males made off with an found dead about four off period following teacher classroom supplies spent on
makingan
call time during the week and teachers of Bradford Countyin undetermined amount of cash miles west of the conveniencestore resignations, revisions in the unrealistic picture of the
Hwy 301 N. Of Starke Beyond Stuckeys On The Right $:j per day for the 24 hour her bid for the State Senate according to the Bradford hours after the 1 a.m. posting dates of vacancies to classroom supply monies.
o weekend period. An increaseto from District 5, during the County Sheriff's Department.The holdup.No allow teachers to know what
: Open 8.5 Except Sundays 964.5677 $7.50 for the weekend period Wednesday assembly. same Zippy Mart was arrests have been madein positions are open prior to and$340,930 in a fund balance.
would be required to equalize that robbery-murder, whichis requesting transfers and the The capital outlay budget
still under investigation by addition of a reopener clause includes the state bond money
Re-Elect DAVE Sheriff Dolph Reddish. covering when, and for what given the county for construction -
Denmarks Furniture reasons, contract talks may of Phases IV and V of
Company
resume. Bradford High School now
? Shuford Three clauses in the article under way and a $447,526
Car Care Clue concerning teacher leave time unappropriated fund balance
"Regular polishing of your were also revised following which the school board can
September Sale fT STTEfy. County Commissioner car, boat or plane helps to action by the state govern use for building projects
remove the glued-on bugs ment in striking down emergency approved by the state.
llldtrict 1 which get in your path," leave provisions and

,I..' I Continue To Pledge A Businessman says Bill Muncey, spokesman 'sick leave for religious holi-
for Star Brite and the
days provisions.
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:; L Approach. *.To*' County Government. most successful unlimited Teachers were not per- FLORIDATHEATRE
1_ '.. \ fIr.t: if hydroplane racer in history. mitted to vote yea or nea on
"Many insects, like Flo- specific clauses contained in

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I Starke Growth Could Be Pushed Through Federal Aid Court Action Delayed For Starke Pair I


action Eugene Whitworth.If grams of marijuana and nar-
(Front "Van I.1) Court against two Attorney
implement these goals. under the Public Works Bradford County residents they successfully completethe cotic paraphernalia.A .
projects which will improve CUBB Agency} which Is now percent federal funding for Armentraut said, "Reviewof Employment Act of 1976. facing drug-related charges three to six month pro-
commercial and industrial providing services to the aged industrial parks of 90 to 100 the items discussed duringour Mayor Schaefer said that has been postponed pending gram the state attorney will third Bradford County :
activity within an area and, within the Starke area. acres will be available from meeting with Mr. Armentraut's report would be successful completion of pretrial not further pursue prosecutionof resident recommended for the
therefore may not be used for Funding apparently not EDA sometime after Oct. 1, Harwood Indicated that submitted to the Council at its intervention counseling their cases. pretrial intervention counseling -
housing and urban available this year. 1976. This funding will allow funding for the City of StarkeIs next regular meeting and (P'fn.) James Lawrence Cissy
development work.Farmers Governor's Highway Safety municipalities to acquire land most likely to come from expressed hope that authority Harold James Harris, 21, 19, was accepted by PTI personnel
Home Commission-Provides state and make necessary the Atlantic Coastal Plains would be given to proceed and his wife Barbara Ann The Harris' were arrestedat but was rejected by the
Administration Loan funds primarily for traffic improvements Immediately, Commission, the Bureau of with meeting the pre- Harris 20, have been clearedto their home by Bradford state attorney. Gassy may
Program-Available to cities studies and, therefore is not or on a phased developmentbasis Outdoor Recreation, the application requirements as participate In the programby County deputies April 9 for either plead guilty or requesta
throughout the country that entirely applicable to the required for Public Works EmploymentAct soon as possible. PTI personnel and by State possession of more than five jury trial next month.Alodel I
are unable to obtain situation In Starke. construction of an industrial Ii.i.
conventional financing. These Apparently funds for fiscal park. of 1976, and HUD. As i,
funds, a guaranteed low. 1976-77 have already been LEA Grants Program- pointed out in our meeting, the
interest loan which must be committed. Funds from Law Enforcement Planning Council has
repaid over a period of 20 to 30 -State Road Maintenance-- Assistance Act program may completed its application to
years can be used to match DOT establishes a priority list be used for renovation and ACP for a $7,500 grant for the / I r
other federal funds as the of maintenance projects rehabilitation of equipmentand rehabilitation of the existing
city's share of the total project annually and should be facilities, as well as waste water collection system
cost and can also be used to contacted to determine the purchase of new (law with the commercial areas of YearEnd
construct any type of ranking of Starke projects on enforcement) equipment. Starke at this time.
municipal or community its priority list.Economic Approximately$10,000 may be Additionally the Planning I '
building or facility. DevelopmentAuthorityThe available through this Council staff acting on your ,
-Health and Rehabilitative Bradford program. authorization given during out Close' Out t t
Services Programs-- County area, and Starke -Safe Drinking WaterAct of meeting Is proceeding with
Primarily discussed in specifically will shortly be 1976-Indications are that of grant
relationship to projects for the designated as an eligible area while the Safe Drinking Water applications to the Bureas of
older sector of population in for funding through the EDA. Act requires a great amount Outdoor Recreation for fundsto I
the Starke area. Apparently, This agency provided funding of additional sampling and construct recreational Hew 1976 Chevette Scooter
funding for such projects for projects which will reporting, and places facilities at the Edwards Loop
would come from the Older stimulate activity in the additional restrictions on location and in Area 10. Back To School
Americans Act and would, in industrial and commercial water quality it does not In order to prepare the Pre- : !l
all probability, be given to the sectors of the economy. Fifty provide funding with which to Application package for From .
HUD; a listing of eligible /- :
projects to the EDA and for 28:81 ilr !

I Electrical Power Here OK, While Armentraut moneys obraining additional from recommendedtha grant ACP $


Largest Generator Is RepairedCost the obtainingA City should: proceedwith ..-=; ...

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estimates to put Starke 2,500 KW supplement suppliedby allowed the local power plantto recreational facilities,
power plant's newest and Florida Power and Light begin using natural gas on community facilities, water -
largest electrical generatorback (FPL) to meet consumer August 11. main repair, rehabilitationand : -
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in operating condition needs for the remainder of the Dees explained that using extension; sewer system : !
may run as high as $20,000, summer months under normal natural gas to fuel the generators repair, rehabilitation and I
with repairs expected to take conditions according to improved their efficiency expension; street and t r t
up to three months according Dees. as opposed to the use of sidewalk improvements;
to local utility officials. Dees said an additional 1,000 diesel fuel. He said diesel fuel electrical system and street Chevette Scooter t, :
Merrill Dees general utili- KW is expected to be added to provides about 75 percent efficiency lighting system I
ties supervisor said Wednes- the 2.500 KW presently being in the generators improvements and housing II I
day morning that the repair supplied by FPL sometimethis while natural gas produces 95 within the lower and middle '!
bill is "almost impossible to week. lie said lines are up percent efficiency. A total Income groups before New 1976 Oldsmobile Omega Coupe '
estimate at this time, but indi- to handle the additional power increase of about 20 percentwas January 1.
cated that the final bill to supply. achieved in switching to -Develop and adopt I
return the largest of the city's Present peak power natural gas fuel. minimum subdivision Air Conditioning Power Brakes
eight generators to service demands by city consumersare No cut off date for the development standard to be
could fall between to about 8,500 KW accordingto natural has been utilized in with
$15,000 gas set as conjunction 250 C. I I. 6 Cylinger Engine I
$20.000.( Dees, who added that the yet,by Florida Gas according application for funding from
Dees said city employees highest amount of power to Dees. However, he indi- HUD Turbo Hydramatic I
are"taking the unit down, one required this summer had cated that the use of natural -Transmit a listing of
cylinder at a time" to deter- been around 9,000 KW gas by the city power projects, project costs and TransmissionWhite
mine the extent of the damage Dees said that with the 2,500 company would not be long status of plans and I Stripe Tires
which knocked the city's 3,300 KW power supplement from term. specifications for the various IIpIIII IIIh' i
kilowatts(KW) unit out of ser- FPL the city is operating at "Under normal conditions projects to John Jones, Am Radio
vice on August 10. He added about 66 percent capacity.. we'll do fine" Dees said of Economic Development
that a "general overhaul" is One factor in meeting the meeting customer needs for representative Tallahassee,
necessary to return the gener- power needs of city users has the remainder of the summer. in order to expedite funding $
ator to operating status. been the use of natural gas to 05502 3 9 8 8
No.
Omega Coupe Stock
Sufficient electrical poweris fuel the seven generators cur .
being produced by the city's rently in operation. Florida '"" ':
seven smaller units and a Gas; Transmission Company
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$33,000Budget ApprovedBy tin I
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Hampton City Council TOM CASEY JAM Radio & Rear Step Bumper-

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decided to advertise for a bid T-
The Hampton city SUPERINTENDENT l
collect the garbageand (
commission approved a to city's :
$32.89:1,55: budget Tuesday trash from October 1 OF SCHOOLSI 3488 < ya r rf
and raised through March 1 and haul it to 'I "
night officially # "k s di :f
taxes in the city to 3.0 mills. the Keystone dump.In
The meeting was the secondof other business the I
council decided to check with i r
meetings two the required city had to public hold the Charley John Insurance I will work to keep taxes to a ManyMareln ;
before it could raise taxes. Agency regarding a letter it \
The city was told last month it received from the agency minimum. I have the experi- Stock Rt LUV Pickup I
had to keep taxation at the 3.0 describing various insurance i I II
mill level or it would risk coverage in Hampton. The ence to bring all available
losing revenue-sharing funds. letter said the fire station was Close Out: Prices

The budget, accepted insured for $8.MM( and its state dollars into our schools.
unanimously by the council contents $1,000; city hall was
was presented by insured for -4.000; and that
commissioner Eugene Ta>'lor. the city's workman'scompensation
:Most items in the budget were premium would
pretty much the same as last come to $550 for next year. Elect a man with proven I International Harvester
year he sa id and"we just hopewe The council felt the figures
and
within this." were "unrealistic"
can stay leadership.
conients of Pel Pol. Adv
wondered why the
Total revenue in the general
fund comes to 24845. with the city hall were not insured. End Close Out SaleALL
items in this Season
major expense - - -
fund being the police
department ($4,297)) and

appropriated insurance ($3.000)$650).to The the city fire "The People's Candidate" MACHINES IN STOCK ON SALE


counted department with the which$4,000 when they Vote To Elect .

expect from the county gives Mowers Cub Cadet Lawn Tractors
the department a $4.650 ; 13-8 H.P. Riding (foI

budget.The city expects to receive '- 10 H.P. 3 Speed P'
approximately 5.000) from I With Grass r

motor fuel taxes Taylor said Mitchelli ; *,& Transmission iiHb,
and "it all has to be spent on ,, 1' Catcher _. ,_'N_ ,
streets." Street lights alone i i 44" Mower
he said, and
will cost $2.800( .
labor and truck expensescome Brown L' r Reg. -= / 4 J
to about $2,250 \ Factory List
Taylor said the only other ,
revenue the city expects is Factory ,,-N'.J ,,
in revenuesharingfunds County Commissioner District 1 J. $1690Our
.1.000:: .. .., ,r
which will be used for Price '
general fund expenditures.The County Wide 1 ,' ." a. .'
$899
commissioners also


Do you want Mitchell BrOWn Has Nothing In His Business Our Sale Price Sale Price


extra That Would Cause A Conflict Of InterestHe $649 1260

Is Not Backed By Any Individual Or GroupsHe

money? Will Be His Own Man

Learn to Prepare He Will Not Use Snap JudgementHe 12 H.P. 3 Speed Transmission 14 H.P. Hydrostatic Transmission

People Income who haves Tax Returns flair for dealing Will Weigh Any Matter, And Follow Suit For The Hydraulic LiftFa
with, figures,enlOY working,
with the public, and would like Most Worthwhile Decision \>'&x 0,7,0 44" Mower c 44" Mower
to earn extra income may en- Facto 'J
roll In H&R Block Ta. School \ \,5s20
With, classes, over;2 000 communities

lain students'interviews, to, be a there Send class available, is for near almost free you for intor,best Job cer Mitchell BrOWn Will' Never Side Step An Issue Our Price $1365 Our Price S1 787TB

maton, and class schedules today Meet It And To Solve It
HURRY'' He Will Try To Everyone'sBest
Classes start Sept 15

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118 N. Walnuti
964.8286 I Won't You Give Him The Chance By Electing Him

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obligation Commissioner

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I Tigers Prepat-ingForSept. 3 Jamboree Local Lake Drivers City Speedway Take 4 Places Action In I



Union County's football Teams to participate in the Terence Champs for the past 184; and sopnomore 1'ony l i; ; + of Ocala took the checkered
returned to the
-'::J Tigers suited up in full pads September 3 football Jam- two seasons, the Tigers will Roberts, at 202 pounds l Auto racing He followed
I last flag. was closely
this week as pre-season prac- boree, in addition to Coach rely on what Roberts terms Danny Johns, who was a A.y Lake City Speedway of Gainesville
tice sessions progressed Roberts' Tigers, are Williston, "more size and greater quick- back-up tight end last season Saturday night, after severalweek's by Jack Bixby Davis of Lake ,
and Elbert
towards a season opener, five- Cross City, Chiefland and ness" to duplicate the accom- is back to take over starter'sresponsibilities delay due to ralll Red and City.
team Jamboree to be hosted Newberry.The plishments of the preceding at that post'lion. Topping Saturday's racing/ flags numerous
cautions marred the
two Johns stands 6.2 aid, bill was ag rudge race for the second
by the Tigers in Lake City Tigers open their reg-- years. which
heat was
September 3. ular season September 10 at One of Roberts "pre-season weighs In at 188 pounds.Coach 6 fastest cars frequenting the eventually
concerns" was laid to rest Roberts has found a back Lake City oval. Dicky Ferry won by Ferry. Rusty Bayne
Tiger head Coach Charlie Cross City. This season's 10- up rk.a finished second and Oral
Roberts is putting his outing slate has UCHS playing during practice sessions ear- tight end In David Powell, s.8 ,y thelevening's an early lead inand
of in
chargers through daily, even- before local Lake Butler fans lier this week, when Paul and 158 pounds. w first race Tanner Lawety carne
ing workouts in preparation six times and taking to the White, a 5-11 and 165 pound Senior Alfred Holmes will led the field past the third made
for the upcoming Jamboree road the four remaining con- senior was called in to fill the be returning to the split end checkered flag Twenty-six cars the
which precedes the Tigers tests. quarterback slot vacated slot this season A two-year Ferry was challenged by field for the late-model
regular 10-game season Undefeated Suwannt'e Con- through graduation last letterman, Holmes Is 5-8 and Dave Barber during the feature race.Ferry again took
Roberts says he has also founda 140 pounds. Backing Holmes closing laps, but managed to the checkered flag, after
back-up quarterback in up at the tight end position will hang on to the lead. Finishing leading the entire race
I eDon't speedy Leandrew Pringel. be junior Willis Jackson, also third, behind Barber, was Barber finished second,
Anchoring the offensive 5.8 and 140 pounds. Rance Philips. Exline was third, John
line, at center this season is Running backs vying for NI Rounding out the order of Gamble of Fruitland Park
Fred Clemons, at 163 pounds. starters' roles for the upcom- finish In the slx-car grudge fourth and Tanner fifth.
Roberts termed Clemons a ing season are senior Sam race were: Danny Wood, The hobby division feature
Vote /, "consistent center." Jackson, 5.9 and 165 pounds; lead Coach Charlie Roberts sets linemen David Exline, and Jimmy race went to Ernie Howey,
positions during followed by Jo Wilson of
Tigers vying for starting Wilco Warren, a )junior who session McCray
Tiger practice
offensive guard positions during stands an even sIx-feet and Twenty-nine drivers Starke, and Jimmy Balkcom,
the current pre-season weighs in at 185; Steve Sir- r entered the late-model Rodney Keystone
ForPromises :, : practice sessions, include the monies, a 5-10 and 153 pound division race Saturday.In Heights, finished sixth and
: I largest member of the '76 junior; and Mike Dukes,a 5.11 the first heat, Jim Bates Goober Garver of Starke was
Tiger squad, 222 pound !Mike and 185 pound sophomore. seventh
4 Sapp. Dean Dukes, a 5.11 and The defensive unit won the
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16:1: pound senior with two varsity of Coach Roberts following .
letters to his credit Is also the first day of full pad
.... expected to see action this practice. The Tiger mentor (IE ((iLL! !(LfL!:[ l!
season from the offensive termed the defense play

Vote For Results Williams guard at position.178 pounds Danny Is also "awesome."We played" good team "
Il;a: tt: Lia. 'll! It
expected to see considerable defense, Roberts said, add- :
action at the position. ing "Glenn Kemp, Dean
Don't Believe Election Time Gossip! Offensive tackles include Dukes, William Warren, Mike 1vA r eb
sophomore Joey Norman, 168 Dukes, Leandrew Alexander r .rraa.r'+" wr,/
Look At The Record And Believe pounds junior Sidney Jen- and Dennis Williams all / -by Neil Crawford
Ions, H15 Kelly irltfis, real well."
; JUnior. played .
Facts! !'r ,.

Only time will tell who will those logs are still In the same
Re-Elect DAVE Union County running back follows bluckers to dayllght during be the winner of the 1976 places.
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Ralph Bryan preseason workout, Bassmaster Classic. Tommy Outlaw says the
I'm Rodman had few he lost in
sure a only thing ever
Shufordt' ./ Starts IJrtu'Iirp SPI" 7 visitors In the past few days. Rodman was a piece of his

Has Proven His Interest And Ability Union County Junior Varsity expects about 60 high school Scouting sometimes pays off boat, say's his Stumpnocker
County Commissioner tJV) football practice is freshmen and sophomores, but In Rodman it really was attacked by a herd of
In all Areas Of slated to begin September 7, along with a few eighth doesn't help that much unless stumps.As .
HI.t rid II the first day of school in Union graders, to turn out for the ini- you are checking to see if all we take a glance at the
Commission Responsibility. County, in preparation for the tial practice session Sept. 7. top six we find R.t' Bryant in
+!v Continue To Pledge Businessman season opener against the Coach Drake sa's he will the pole position, H.F

Approach To County Government.I Interlachen Rams, to be carry a 60-player squad this 'nrent'to! Night SetParent's Wiggins qualified for the
Keep Bryan Working For m .. played in Lake Butler Sept' 'eason.! number two position, Earl
ember 16. That contest, like Drake's JV Tigers will take Night, an annual Muse qualified for the number
all home JV games, gets on seven opponents during the event honoring Bradford high three posItion, and \\larold
Bradford Paid. Pol. Adv Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote underway at 7'30 p.m. upcoming season. Three of the gridders, is scheduled for Fri- Branham qualified for the
Carl Drake head coach for scheduled contests areto be day, August 27, at 7 p.m. number four position Pat
And Support Union County Tiger's junior home games and the remain- Traditionally held the week Welch qualified for the
varsity this season, say he ing four will be played away. before the Jamboree, this number five position and
Among the teams the JV event is used to introduce varsity Jody Starling qualified for the
Tigers will face in the season and junior varsity players number six posItion.
ahead are: P.K.1'onge, Santa to a gathering of all the I anticipate a very close
Fe, and a pair of contests players' parents. \\eigh.1n between these six
against Baker High's JV All parents of football bassmasters It is very hard to
Drake will be assisted in JV players are encouraged to pick a winner because any one
coaching responsibilities, this attend and see their son intro- of those six is capable of
.# season by former Union duced with the rest of the IJ\lS\ \\Innin The tournament till
County football standout Bennie Tornadoes. Refreshments will start August( 28at 6 a m. sharp
i Iludson be served, and a short scrim- and end at 6 pm. sharp. Boats
mage is scheduled after- will be launched at Kenwood
wards. Lording "so be early"
Bradford Bassmasters will
host a group of boys from the
Old Man Little Old
Dirty Lady h'lorida Sheriff's Bov's Ranch
September 11 at'Kenwood
-Anybody Lording t\ fishing trap IS
being planned I. followed by u
Motorized Transportation.Up fish fry The event will begin
at 7 a.m.
To 25 mph Street Legal I'm sure these boys along
No Helmet ReqUired with the bassmasters 'sill
enJoy this outing. :Maybe these
No Drivers License Required, boys can teach us
r I 5 yrs. a Older) -=- Bassmasters some new
:rtP.ivu techniques about fishing.
l No Tag. No insurance: e Lots of good, clean fun and
No Inspection plenty of good food will be the
150 MGG highlight of this event so all
F 4 e p you Bassmasters bl'
i
GREAT FOR SCHOOL TRANSPORTATiON there Pat Welch fished

Redman :Monday August 23and .
0 landed six bass. Ill' says
COMING THIS MONTH
his father lost a hoss. Kl't'p.in

THE PERFORMANCE CHAMP IS HERf! eye on Pat August 28th.
Eddy Bryan IS spouting anew
t t ALL NEW 17.foot ranger boat with
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HIGH.PERFORMANCE4.CYUNDER one of I those souped tip
mercury IiOXS.: lie says II
4.STROKE a getting to the hawg hole first
FROM SUZUKI means Im\thang. he will be
FOR 1977 r shooting (or a spot 111 the
classic In 1977
750'I, Bassmaslers voted 111
three new dub ml'ml'rs ilt
s the last ml'etlng They areDavid
9. w- tai..i Tr Fenton, tH.. ;Murphy'
r COME SEE IT
1' .- 4 v and Elton 11'ard.
In !behalf of the club I would
1r' .p. All 76 Models/Financing Available
t
.4 like to see these three ha"g
I. rustlers plenty of lush as they
seek out those unpredictable
sUZUKI OFTARKE black bass.

See you at Kenwood.Itass .
304 E, Call Starke, Fla. 964-6020 wishes I


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cent will buy you 50 minutes of TV or 3 hours District 3ThankYou


and 44 minutes of radio, or 20 hours of electric



shaving, or hours and 30 minutes of a 100 watt light


bulb, or 140 hours time on your electric clock.


Who says a penny won't buy anything anymore?



As a matter llf fact, one little pennv' wi firth eggs, or listen tl' three hours lIt sour favorite S. '. even though your bills have gone up

uf electricity buys quite a bit of emert.unrecorJeJ music urJnll about 160 holes with rClcnrl\: slue to inflation and the tuel cmis.

ment, necessity anJ luxul'1'lit electric Jnll. taectnctty I Is still one l1f the best \,1111e

For only a cent you can edge sour lawn However, if you're like most people you <1rt>un,1.

for an hour and a half, or mix batter for probably never realieJ just hw much a Jr's even a better ..........

a cake for 3112 hours, or roast 28 pieces tlf penm' is really worth where electricity IS value when you use it ....r--L,

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QLrt'"I NB BRADFORD- 1878_ COLAINCB p401JIIJruU0 Green Machine Second In Regional TournamentContinuing I



to grind its way registered with the ASA. He a wider margin of 8-2 against sixth Jerry's tied the game 13- scoreless in their last bat and three homers and seven RBI.
toward the World Amateur said the competition in the Southern Trucking of Orlando. 13, but a key play by the GM won 1513. Terry Hardee had three hits
Softball Association playoff national tournament will be Kenneth Carlton and Stevens infield saved the team from Jerry's earned the right to a for four trips to the plate.
Green Machine men's softball tougher than in the regional both hit 2-for-3, and Watson falling behind. With two outs rematch by beating the I
team took another step competition,and he is worried and Eddie Douglas each hit a and two Jerry's runners on Southern Fasteners in the Green Machine softball :
forward by placing second in about the two-week layoff home run and knocked in base a GM outfielder fieldeda loser's bracker, and turned team originated about five
the southern Region between tournaments. three runs during the game. hit and fired it home to the tide beating GM 14-8. years ago, although its
tournament in Orlando August "With the two week layoff Now into the winner's catcher Douglas. The throw "Wedidn't really hit the ball forerunner, the Garden
2022. we seem to lose a bit of our bracket final,GM beat Jerry's was wide and as he scrabbledfor like we were capable of," Restaurant team,began about
AtIlilimwiS/JOrlS On 9 competetive edge," he said. Catering by a narrow marginof it, one Jerry's runner Hatcher said of the 15 years ago, according to
Page The Machine, sponsored by GIM's first two games were 1513. Jerry's would later scored. Meanwhile first disappointing loss. However, Hatcher Classified in the
Pine-Air Farms, will uneventfull. Hatcher said, and win the loser's bracket final to baseman Watson arrived to Douglas hit a perfect for-2, open class division,GM is ableto
accompany tournament were comparatively low- meet GM for the tournament cover home plate in time to Watson hit for-4 with one draft from outside the
winner Jerry's Catering of scoring games. The first title. tag out the second runner, who home run and three RBI, and county, but most of the
An Interesting Selection Of Miami to the next rung in the against the St. Petersburg Getting off to a quick start, would have raised the score to Marcus Rhoden hit 3-for-4.. present members reside in the
ladder--the national Merchants ended in an 8-4 GM scored seven runs in the 13-14. With both teams even at one county.
Craft Supplies Handmade Gifts tournament at Jacksonville'sDrew opening victory for the Starke first Inning. Don Falcon and "That gave us a sigh of loss each, a second game was
Park September 2-6. team. Leading hitters were Eddie Douglas each had two- relief That meant we would required in the double When asked how a team
FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE There will be 32 teams playing Randall Symons batting a run doubles in that inning,and have had to score in the elimination tournament from a small rural county "
in that tournament. perfect for-3, Bobby Stevens Randall McGee hit a home seventh," Hatcher recalled. Although GM put up a fight, could successfully compete
AH At Bobbie's Of LawteyLawtey with 3-for-4 and four runs run. Both teams scored GM scored two runs in the Jerry's was victorious again, with such populous counties as
"It's really quite an batted in (RBI)), and John intermittently through the seventh as it turned out, with winning 13.11.Symons Dude and Duval, Hatcher
Fla. accomplishment GM Coach Watson hit 2-for-3 with two fifth inning bringing the scoreto Douglas and Ronnie Griggs hit a perfect 5-for-5 explained that Bradford
Harry Hatcher said, pointingout RBI 13-7 in GM's favor. each hitting in base runners. in the losing effort, followedby County has had a tradition of
A Craft, Gift & Consignment Shop that those 32 teams come GM won the second game by Then In the bottom of the They then held Jerry's Douglas at 4-for-4 with fielding good softball teams.
from the ranks of about
Hours: 9-5 Tues. Sat. FREE INSTRUCTION 125,000 Softball teams


Elect Tornadoes In Good Shape rs



,a ... .. But "Have Work To Do"performance

VERNONPARMENTER
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The Bradford High shown "good improvement"said in drills has
Tornadoes are ending their Hurse. earned him an inside shot at
second week of pre-season Steve Earnest, on top in the the weak tackle position.
drills and according to Head tight end position, is "looking Hurse had praise for
Coach David Hurse, they are better every day" accordingto defensive guard Kenneth sir' it
: I in "pretty good shape", but Coach Hurse, and back-up Cruger, saying he is "very
still have a lot of work to do. tight end Kenny Rodrique, out much! improved over spring I
School Board Member with an injured leg, is practice," and he hopes
I) Coach Hurse had praise for expected back within a week. Cruger will carry on in the
District I individual players, and for Coach Hurse said the tradition of Scott Pooser and
4'W t I for senior the griddders leadership as a group offensive line as a whole has other past greats in that
qualities shown good improvement in position.
shown during practice. He the two weeks of practice..
Candidate Truly Interested In Quality EducationFor said team development was "The offensive line is the Linebacker Jimmy Clark
"progressing satisfactorily", heart and soul fo the offense. has been
Every Child In Bradford County with ony three positions showing good movesin
As will
they improve we drills so far, and "he seemsto t
remaining to be filled. improve offensively," the be the
in right place at the f
Offensive tackle, defensive
Vernon Is A Senior At The University Of North Florida tackle, and split end were veteran football coach said. right time," the head Tornado
said. Lawrence Patrick and
Majoring In Accounting. three opened players up last dropped week out when He said the offensive Hal Higginbotham are
backfield has been slowed candidates for weak-side
lIe I las Worked In Segments Of Business In "We feel we have the peoplein down in drills due to injuriesto linebacker, with Patrick said
these positions who will fill two running backs, Kenny to have the inside track. 3 I II Ij
Management Capacity them quite capably," Coach Aycox and Sam Bennett Another try-out Lee Casey, 3-
Hurse said.OfCensive. Andrew Carter has been was sick the first week of
Past President Hampton Elementary PTA showing capabilities in the practice and will challengethe I- I
tackle Lawrence running back position, and two when he returns.
Native Of Bradford County. Budgett has turned out to be a Jimmy Clark, primarily a j
"pleasant surprise" linebacker, has been tryingout The probably starters in the
:Married With Children according to Coach Hurse, as a fullback and "looking defensive secondary include:
shoeing\ improved blocking good" according to Coach Erie Biggs and Franklin Bellat : !
:Member Of First Baptist Church Of Starke. ability and speed in getting off Hurse. cornerback; Charles Revelat
the ball. Weak-side tackle monster; and Kenny Aycoxat d
A Candidate Of His Own Choice. Bobby Smith is continuing to Jimmy Prevatt, starter at free safety and David "I want to hear those pads pop! I haven't heard any popping
improve Hurse said the quarterback, has been Carter is the back-up for free jet!" t'odch :Mike Sexton expects performance from these grid- I
i offensive tackle position is "executing well and is getting safety lers,and he. lets them know if something I isn't right. ,
He Does Not Represent Any Special Interest Group important because it plays more used to the veer everyday
"an integral part in the ," Coach Hurse
Let's Bring Quality Education Back To Our Schools. Tornadoes new veer offense. commented, adding that :

\\aiscel limes, strong-side sophomore been Jeffrey showing Normanhas NCF, Junior Golfers: Champs 2nd Year '-1

guard, and Issac Cummings, Improvement as back-up' '.. .. ''e .
;:
Vote For ParmenterHe weak-side guard, both have quarterback.Split f North Central Florida
pleased the head Tornado junior golfers were victors for Billy Tuten of Palatka fireda Bravo of Gainesville was third
coach and continue to look end Stanley Williams the second year in a row in the one under par 37.3471 for with 3838 76.
shows dedication on the championship play-off against the low round of the day and a Two Jacksonville area boys
good in drills .
pre-season
Is Qualified Honest & Concerned Center Jeffrey Jockel has practice field, and has been North Florida juniors held first place in the 14-15 division. took the first two top spots in
working to keep his position. Thursday, August 19, at San Jacksonville's J. Dees was the 8.9 division. Freddie Benton .
Flankerback Allen Norman Jose Golf and Country Club in second with a 40.38 78 tallied 50 strokes for nine q
"seems to be coming into his Jacksonville.The followed by :Mark Blake\vood holes for first place and J.
own"according to Hurse, and three top finishers in of Palatka with a 38-41 79. Flynn was second with 53
said that Norman is catching each division from North Cen- strokes.
In Dade County They May the ball well. tral, which includes Starke, Opponents Robert Burns of Winning by default were: 8-
Keystone Heights,Green Cove Lake City and II. Kaunath of 9 girls, M Burkhardt of Jack.
Jay Godwin and Keith Springs. Gainesville, Lake Jacksonv each recorded sonville; 10-11 boys, Blair
Carter both had a good weekof City and Palatka, met in a 41.34.75 in the 12-13 competitIOn. Turner Palatka; 12-13 girls
Not Have Heard Of practice in the defensiveend championship play-off with Burns wen a sudden Sharon Brown of Keystoneand
BROOKER position, and defensive Jacksonville area top junior death play-off on the first holeto Luanna Mundorff of
tackle Marty Russell has golfers following the two clubs take first place. Joey Starke; 16-17 girls, Danielle
continued showing seven weeks tourneys. lIerres of Starke was awarded Heed of Kev'stone.
improvement in pre-season Teamwise, North Central third with a 4440 84. Herb Herres, golf profes-
Ndsuu drills Coach Hurse said scored 22 points to North Florida sional at Starke Country Club
Roland Cummings' '} 10 points. In the 16-17 group, Paul and director of the NCF
HAMPTON RAIFORD Oglesby of Orange Park group,was presented a plaqueby
: recorded a win for North Florida the Jacksonville Elks in
hu Re-Elect DAVEShuford stroking 37-36 73. One appreciation for his participation -
storke back for second placewas in the golf program.
LAWTEY STARKE Mike Logsdon of Keystone Each first place winner was
Heights with an 18 hole presented a trophy at the closeof
Q round of 38.36 74. Eddie the tourney.

KEYSTONE HGTS. L County Commissioner

Dmlrirt 1 1I Prevent Aphids Camellia
For Protection & Beauty scale' Red spiders Scale i ,
1". Continue To Pledge A Businessman White Flies and other in-

M. SAMPSON CITY ,. Approach To County Government. sect pests from wintering
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I Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote SHRUBBERY Call now and have us schedule -

II. Jack McGriff Has And Support NOW frost.must be your done spraying..It well ahead of




Let's Progress Not Regress FREE 10R1DA
The Politicians from Dade County have been looking out for themselves, and their interestas ES1ONiAOI.

( perhaps they should). So, we must look out for our needs as affectively as possible with Inspection
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our smaller numbers. Jack McGriff, who was born in Live Oak and a life time North Florida Keep & Estimates

resident has a proven record in the classroom, on the athletic field and as a civic and business a, t?

leader. Call 964-5745 sle.
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Jack McGriff advocates better efficiency in executive agencies through zero balance bud- Homer NewellClay us'u

geting and banking, and expanding rural and small town medical services both from the

University of Florida Medical Center and recruitment of private practitioners.Jack .

McGriff needs your help to bring about these ideas so that government WILL do We Rebuild

better.
Vote September 7th Jack McGriff State Senate
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GOVERNMENT MUST DO BETTER!
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HAMPTON
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Phone DoIOI"esl\h'ng 468.1915ItECItEATIOY w."' jfssir _,

: BOARD ECKE 7 u-

A special meeting was
called of the Hampton ry, /i

Recreation Board in the City ... ... .
Shepherd Hall\ at 2 by chairman.Mrs. Bobbie The ..,: &*.'&_ .-.; ,..jC.'i-'-_:*. __' -#'" .... >.',...j, a 'fa*&. *

purpose of this meeting was to (
make plans for distribution of tf 1 F r '
.i ,.
funds available for city '1 I C r

recreation City Clerk purposes.Mary Lee Allen /11 4 ni fig wrapaMRkh'"I

was present with a request for BUFFERINTABLETS "
assistance in financing the <
completion of the building for 99
the pump house being aufffAiN i'NIN t
constructed at the Hampton '
Recreation Park. Board of Bottle of 100 tablets. For fast relief ''t\ WIREBOUND r DUO TANG
members voted approval an 1
from pain. Limit : I

expenditure project Major Arthur The of Bruno request$350 for for from this the r .. .._..............._._. ":) \, 300 SHEETS FILLER NOTEBOOKS\ ;;. REPORT I I

amount of$58.24 to be used for ::: --- OR 200 SHEETS TYPING I "

baseballs purchase for of recreational two dozen use : J COVERS

was; also approved. Additional PA PER
is to be 40 Sheet Wirebound Notebook
playground equipment
Limit 10
22t
Assorted colors. Reg.
Reg. 594 Limit 4
purchased with the remaining
funds available by October 1. BARBASOLSHAVE 39 yearChniee.
/
Mrs. Shepherd is conductinga
'
each.
Limit 2
drive monetary for donations donations of plantsor for CREAM 4/97/ 10100Choose /

"hcautificntion! of the Park. of lather.
can
Other Board members Menthol Limit 1
Regular or I
present at this meeting were:
Mrs. Elaine Smith !Mrs.
Charlene Darrah and Mrs.
Dolores Meng. ..' ,;; -:: \
t -
.. 1/2-INCH
PERSONALS ,; PACK OF 3 :" PRESSBOARD

her Mrs.87th T.birthday F. Brown August celebrated 21. i 6.5 01. '. ,/,/ BINDER 6 3
$ BIC PENS 3 binder available inasiorted
ring
Jennie Rhea celebrated her
.. .
\ .
colors. 1.19
9
5th birthday August by PEPSODENT 5c) 2 MediumPoint' ckL (
enjoying Six Gun Territorywith S pens, 1 Fine
her mother Mrs. Diane
Bruno her uncle John TOOTHPASTE : 3/99/ poin.tP.p.t'.59: NOVUS750
Rrl visiting from Sharon ,. 6-DIGIT CALCULATOR 99

Danny Mass.. her Dixon cousins of Starke Joey and and S1 Get absolute your whitest teeth their I Limit one P : + With a floating 4 function decimal.and 5

tmny; Davis Among guests \ Plus algebraic I logic
attending. her home party t--: : : .:: -we .\ t Req 7 95
were Joey Danny and Da'idIII'1on.
;
her aunt Barbara =:- HANG TEN
Dixon. Tammy. Timmy and ; PORTFOLIO
Theresa Phelps Patty and ft; -- ; "QM NOTEBOOKFOLDER
i
Tiacy Shirley' Bradley Ann Williamson grandfather I WITH POCKETS & FASTENERS I 60 sheet wirebound. 59,.
Jerry Brodsky from Waldo ;I'''I I J 15-OUNCE For protection of your themes I folder with pockets..
Mrs. :Mary Kirkland and GOLD i and rep Aisorted colors: to R.9. 1.29
Michel Darah. Linda Phelps : .: CJ BRECK 99 I 6 I choose from. Reg. 35c Limit 6 _

parly assisted :Mrs. Bruno with the '.11 I ", ... SHAMPOOGold 188,. WIRE 70.SHEET OUND

:Miss Hohbin Wadsworth 'o. __ / I
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. I' NOTEBOOK 199
Formula Breck in 3 types. .
Jerry Wadsworth enjoyed her .to11 .. Wirebound. notebook
stay at the Sheraton Hotel in \"', -I..JlfI' Limit 1Coupon I w < 1 .. a / with 70 sheets. Reg.
:Muima Beach recently with $. 'I i !'J.h'J Good Thru Sat. 8/28/76 { ", ____ 79! Limit 3
her grandmother. Mrs. \; I 1 "
1/2-INCH
Katherine Wadsworth of . _.._
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Jacksonville Lillie Barber.and While her aunt there 9 13UN7E BRONZE 'j : CANVAS BINDER r WIREBOUND

attended the Fashion '
they Mart and purchased, fashions RIGHT GUARDDEODORANT GO HA TURALI..I 1Y..lnch3rinQbind.rl.I. u v -r NOTEBOOK 99'
torh.: S., Wadsworth's dress COSMETICS JL | able in assorted colors. Regular Spiral notebook with ,
I 2.29 each. 200 sheets. Reg. 1.99

-hup:Miss Dale Wadsworth from *** The Choose Nail Wfei ... _ _ _ _ _ _
Georgia spent four days mrm I Family n__ 3/100/ Enamel i, Lip-fe.1! k
recently l with her niece. 9 mff Deodorw _. < stick or Mar I M SCHOOL

Hdhbin Wadsworth. |T ant.Limit fOR cara. Limit 3 _. SCISSORS
Mrs Duane :Mitzel and I '" _
;
lannly enjoyed the recent four Bonus Size I l ( ___ MWUIi 4 Choose Blunt or 2J'
ikix visit of her father Dale l r. Pointed seniors.Reg. .
Sriirbourough of Ilillsdale ., 32OUNCELISTERiNE PACK OF 70 80-SHEET 55e

\i:\1issl'cNkie Mitzel recently WET ONES I STENO BOOKS BOX OF 16
I,'Iurned'ia Amtrak train ANTISEPTIC MOIST TOWELETTES g"e
I tram a visit with her Great for Just right for those Short. Crayola'
i. CRAYONS /
grandmother in Dallastown. on Kills contact.germs picnicsBl hand classes. Regular 69! e r'"/ : 2h119

"P.I. 1" Limit 1 8 8 outings.Limit 1 3 99 i each. Limit 3 tilenn'i Illl'INN11.iI,luvr. : ./ colored Different brilliant,

II \:\'I1'Ttl\.IKF;%: E:%S .tJ I fOR Rag.49*crayons.Limit 2

The bright yellow ski jet ___ f _
1/2-IN. X 450"SCOTCH
owned by Dallas :Mayo was anmteresting PACK OF 5 -
sight on Hampton PACK OF 200JOHNSON r. :' :-:::==--=:.J 0 0
I Like Sunday; It is just big SCH1CKDOUBLE A JOHNSON TAPE 3 1
enough to carry one person
rod is powered by a EDGE COTTON SWABS CONSTRUCTION 1 1 Or V' x 300" MagicTransparent FOR
,Kawasake4ixtengine." ( Mr and Plus Plat Flexible, tape.Reg.
\IrsIavo: und their inum.Limit. douhle-tipped r e / 53*! Limit 3
daughters: Rhonda andI'II.sa 1 Schick swabs. PAPER
24< 57<
\! had a delightful time Ii. Limit 1 MASTER
hrriikiniz! in their jet and were T 42 Sheets in Assorted colors.
iihnirod l by neighbors. J 89e COMBINATION LOCKNo.1500.D
188'R.gular
Mr: und Mrs.: Joe Kiddick Master Combination
rod) children. Danny Cassie BOTTLE 0 I school locker
skiing and TEK DAY" lock. Reg. 2.69ELMER'S
mid) I n J enjoyed ON E-
Niating again on Hampton

\I.ike....allUn after in the three West weeks They TOOTHBRUSH Choose Fin m VITAMINS ;. ( :.:.:. .nUJj: C::,';';. .:.1 PAPERMATE 98

.iltended. the 2.Mh: Class \ or Medium With BALLPOINT
Reunion of Ruth's Corona 12 V Limit 4 ".on: tl"] PENS 2' I
Limit 1 GLUE 99
or
High! School' group while in r;; 199 R.tractabl.p.nsin
( .ilifornia. While on this trip jVI j assorted colors. Reg. FOR
Mr\ and Mrs Hiddick also LePAGES PASTE Y 984 Limit, 2
clohrated their Silver
i ""
\\,'ddllllnl1l'l'rSar)' on 11-OUNCE BOX OF 50 / 11 ElmersGlue 1'A ounce bottle or 5-of A PACK OF 12
R
traveled UiKust, 4 On in this a Chevrolet trip they WHITE RAIN BAND AID / / ounc.iarofL.Page'S UNBREAKABLECOMBS
\d\,'nlul'l' on \\ slotnrhnnie BRAND 2/3 9 ,.. pane.Limit' Rag to 39c 29'
\ and are sold on HAIR SPRAY BANDAGES Assorted sizes and
thi,>- MU'tlidd' of travel The\ Assorted gpNDA!!9- colon. Reg. 59!
tiavcled in 19 states and "Z1S'LimIt \
toured" 7.31m: miles enjoying Limit 1 1 /
in' piiitictilnr. :'It'IIrll'ans.; ( 73 4 9 l I ;t; _
''he (Gland; Canyon. Painted a 5624 ", --
I I"'l'rl.> Las Vegas I the Tucson VIP! 1250
Museum and seeing a movie
aimed .d Universal I Studios 3-OUNCE '
.0.- 03
Km nut" home they visited a 1
artier pastor [from. Miami. at CUTER PEARLY ULTRA .. ,
l 11\\' "II.h"fI. KvHiloir '
EYESHADOW .
,'um'mll home the POLISH REMOVER \ .
RnMirk( tamely visited Joe's Regular DRYER
piii-tiN in :North; (Carolina LLOYD'SAM/FM DIC.ITAL
",,'h 'Mrl'nts.11': and :Mrs 27 V Limit 1 79Ey.Shadow. 1250 WaR dryer with translucent
l Pecan C.High speed for fatt drying
l.i\( II II>lid Baxter from CLOCK
ll.iAttmrne.,: look care of their .low less ioe d for eny styling.Rig. DATA CENTER RADIO
'IMIIIIIin their absenceMr
and :Mrs Connie Clark I Model JJ-6954. Lighted Slide.Choose -

\m null IlIldl encountered I'n.SClltt.unexpected Bryan and ECKERO 32-OUNCE \ 12-OUNCE caa Rule Vernier Tuning Dial, Twin 3"
> ROSE MILK
Solid color: or
.urprises and pleasures in MILK BATH i Print covert. RM. 2.49 Speakers Built-In AFC
'heir. weekend trip to Fort LOTION ; Limit 2
Lauderdale The results of pH balanced Skin Care !
!
'ih 'ir attendance at the formula, helps Loin.mastuntedry R.18
Limit t 4 I Reg.
'\niirjui' borne(I'llI'ucllon of a beautiful were thet'jwmiz 6 9 skin. Limit 1 t" 99< 'b111k guise $4999 $4488

'01.!.i" I k .iiul red 19"* :Model A
l-cinl one of the delightful, .
> 'npwments] > of this trip was a a
'.tn hour meal at the unique A
''ti rid Round eating
!t'ipiiriuiii' This restaurant is
lesigned primarily for the 9 TWICE THE PRINTS TWICE THE FILM .

open"iijoviiipnt peanut of barrels children! popcorn with ,y ., Get an extra set of prints with every roll of color or black When you! pick up your developed film and prints buy

galore and entertainment I and white Mm developed and printed TODAY AND two rolls of Kodacolor or black and white film fo'r the
( ''insisting/ of roving :j j EVERYDAY regular price of one TODAY AND EVERYDAY
magicians, penny arcade.
Mli'rit movies and{ Gay 90's

"",HWouldn't it be nice if Ile -foobkSdxxrffrolsfaSdioof Ile Ile / li Ile 1 /1 "VxIs Sdioof Ile 11 I TbobWSchoo"WskSchoo I / /
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HAMPTON

? Mom Page 6)
? ; would locate nearby?
FACIAL It Is good to report that Mr
L-A L- .. / C. W Preisler has returned to
t. 2/61 his home after recent
.
.- ",' TISSUE hupitalization.ClIl'KCII

ncal e d Box of 200. Reg. 49 Limit 2
i
".wrr 0V*" **"'I BMA nt;yc'PERSONAL*- ",' -, Hampton Christian
-- F aa ; '; Church
/ : SIZE Ilev.James Shaw Pastor

M' ,. ,,r ,"" Sunday: Sunday School,
--' n. r v. ,F. /SI" r'I's.., "' t iIVORY 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11
E qN. t F / a rn.. Ladies Council Meeting.
September 8, 7 p.m.

s l j J SOAP /39 IIAMPIONBUHISrIIUKC1I: ;!/

ASSORTED U k4 Bars of 8.SUtysosP. (' l lRev.
With 3c Off Label. Limit 4 Bars. Melvin Hamel, pastor;
William Carnes, associate
FLAIR pastor; Hichard Mashburn,
assistant pastor. Sunday
LEAD .
rPENCILS 3TYPES School 10 am. Morning
THERMOS Worship 11 a m., Training
PENS 1 Union 6:30: p m., Evening
COOKIE Worship 7:30: p.m., Tuesday
I/
/ Visitation 9:30: a.m., Wed.
Choose Black Blue, Red or Green LUNCH KIT 77
FinaquelityNo.2pencilt.Reg.39; Reg. 594 Limit 6 Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m..
Limit Packs ASSORTMENT Thur. Churt'hwide Visitation
TV characters pic 7:15: p.m. Sat. Bus Visitation


PACK/1 i / 9 C FOR II 99 288 turedonVacuum bottle kit. Refl.and 3 lunch.88REG y_ __ Reg 99cFIANCEE 9 ST.a.m.KIMAKirSCTIIOLIL: ('III'HOI

I # 200
4IIN.TKMPI-K:: ;.UK:. -
/ STAKKKKEV. ;
PANTY 2/99 .PATRICK II, OLKV.;

f HOSE 1'A914)11Masses
THERMOS WIDE MOUTH t ; Sat. 7pm ,
qLLOYD'S / Fashionable All Nude Panty Hose !
-11
Sunday a.m.Ionlay; 7
with a cheer sandal foot. 99t .
Reg .
SNACK JAR Limit; 2 pm.; Tues. -8:30 1a m.Ved.
8-DIGIT 6:30: Thurs. 8:30: a moo
r :: ::::: : p.m.;
,,
I 1 19 Confessions:Sat.-6:15: p.m to
,
6:45: p.m. or upon request:
i CALCULATOR W BENTLEY GENIE Altar Society Meeting-
C tiOe4 DISPOSABLE' BUTANELIGHTER September U 7:30: ( pm.
n Parish Hall Parish Council
;
0"m % 7-function Student calculator LfL 63 !Meeting September 27 7'30

......... 99 m Large automatic digitron conttant display.floating%key, L.LLO8 p.m. Parish Itectory
FOR WORK decimal.With batteries f Disposable lighter in colors.Reg .
& case. Two .
OR SCHOOLI! REG 12.99 Model E304CALCULATOR 1.19 Limit StllOOI.M.USHampton :Christian:

Academy will resume school
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FRUIT OF THE LOOM LLOYD'S 8DIGITI August 31)( from grades
-- Kindergarten through 12
I'I MEN'S SCIENTIFIC SMUCKER'S PETER PAUL During the preceedmg"eek, a
,I \ UNDERWEAR 288 program is being conducting
\ STRAWBERRY BITE SIZE' I20z for testing of new students.
?Package of 3 Shirts or Briefs.Reg ousasuS / ) The Hampton Elementary
to 3.69 CANDYChoose .4 School is scheduled to begin
_- PRESERVES, ., ... classes August 30 at 8 a m.
I 17- Function Advanced Slide' o i Delicious preserves Choose begs of ,(!f; The school day will end at 2:30:
MEN'S I 8 8 Rule calculator with Scientific a for toast muffins or : Mounds, Almond 4, \> 0 p.m with bus schedules
18 Notation. n o sandwiches. Reg. 994 \ Joy Caravelle
COLORS s Limit remaining the same as last
:: Two
Rug.
Model 334 REG.21.99 18eunce. Principal Connie Clark
77 > 50sssrear year
ORLON SOCKS reports that all is in readiness
,. Limit V. I ..., t tr 4 for the commencement of
y REG. 99cLADIES' LLOYDS I 12-DIGIT Il 77 Two 69 M0' school with a preplanning
; period for teachers and aides
PRINTING schedules for August 23 27
KNEE-HIGH c .::: Personnel working at theschool

\ OO' N OSELimit 1. 2//39 I CALCULATOR & ? FASHIONABLE FALL Hodges,include secretary Mrs; Lucy Mrs
Q -
One size. \.shades.Reg fOR .. _" y"'" .. I Noelle Silk kindergarten, 1
teacher Mrs Jean Clark 1st
;
.2 for 994 *21O I Function Printout JEWELRY
B B calculator with and 2nd; Mrs. Ernestine
3 3 / Denmark 2nd and 3rd; !Mrs
Memory Model
t y An assortment of all the taihiondble Jewelry to be worn
PACK OF 3 WOODEN E-105. Reg. 99.93* \.J this Bicentennial, Year.Something for everyone. Kathryn \\igglesworth!,! 3rd
and 4lh Mrs. Earselene
ZODIAC SWINGABIE EARTH TONE/DENIM ;
SKIRT OR PANTS Zimmerman 5th and Mrs
," 88 PENDANT PENDANTS NECKLACES Carole Shields 6th grade

7'i HANGERS ac' usred hangers Reg 1.39 \: ;0 88 88 Bracelets.Earrings. teacher Jlrs.Iaurt't'n! Paul is the
'i Limit; 2MEN'S GALAXY OSCILLATING 2 1 88 Heq 1 37Reg school librarian; Miss Debbie
Reg.:: Ihomas will be the Special
OR BOY'S LOW 12-INCH FAN ye 350 250r (education instructor; Mrs Jo
Benson is again teaching
BASKETBALLSHOES ?22>4. "*"
: .
a music and Mrs. Nancy
244 THREE SPEED THREE WINTUK OR SPARKLE Brewer ill be teaching art
BLADE MODEL 2ISO Roger Rich) will he working
Assorted Ii lei. Regular 3.99 24 88 t YARN' \ as Wadsworlhand full time aide Dolores Margaret Mcng

REG 29 99 / .,a..... are part time aides Miles
4-oz. skeins Idlest .i, I'.a Sweat si still working as
16-INCH 8 8 _. fashion colors and sparkle A i S fJ school custodian. Mrs
yarns. Uloniue Derkrnan is the
\
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\ .' GYM BAG 2 88 \t. .:!o.
: REG 1 39 cafeteria manager, assistedby
Vinyl; 'gym or flight bag TEXAS INSTRUMENTS : Mrs Florrie Belle Brown
Reg 359
and Mrs. Neva WilliamsonMr !
LATCH HOOK PILLOW KIT
jJ Clark w ill be conducting:
L E D WATCHES 12,12"s"e.lalch! 4% O Q a.I., physical education classes n<-
LADIES'PENNY AfGHANIITSSS Complete Hook not with included in M W O O '. well as assisting the
LOAFER I structions. Reg 3.99 instructors He says he i-
looking forward to; aer\
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$-- ; HRS Staff Orientation Outlines Reorganization I


$ 1t1oxI: Florida's Department of area service network Additional problems which Including Suwannee services, legal services education and training \
.) Health and Hehabilitave manager Teadie Tunsil, of the reorganization seeks to Columbia and Hamilton (except in award generatingcases services.
.A $ Services (HRS) recently Lake City told local HRS remedy, were duplication of Counties. The local service ), social group services, Social and economic service
) underwent major personnel during last efforts by varied service network headquarters, training services programs. offered by HKS are
1 1 : l e{ 1J reorganization, as the result Thursday's meeting here. agencies, lack of consistant located in Lake City, is headedup transportation services, designed to aid individuals
,. of a 1975 state legislative act She explained that the services in all locations and by Mrs. Tunsil. family planning services, and families having
seeking to "integrate the mandate for change came meeting the needs of persons The direct service health support services, home conditions which prohibit
delivery of all health, social from state legislative requiring more than one supervisor for the Bradfordand delivered meal services, their self-sufficiency
Starke. Fla. b and rehabilitative services members seeking to see the service provided by Union County area is homemaker services home Programs include: fond
offered by the state to those HRS more efficiently utilizing department agencies. Linwood Colson who also management services and stamps medicaid services,
citizens in need of available resources in Orientation literature maintains a office in Lake housing improvement aid to families with dependent
WHY PAY ) assistance" providing services to its presented to the local HRS City.Local services (other than children protective services
t Some 40 persons employed clients. employees at Thursday's fiRS employees are financial). for children adoptive
i by I HKS in Bradford and Union !Mrs. Tunsil and other area meeting stated that a major assisted in providing client Children's medical services placement foster cure lor
Counties attended a pilot staff personnel, told the local complaint concerning fiRS in services by teams of include the identification and children, and dependencyintake.
VS MORE? > orientation program last liltS employees that prior to the pa tas that it never specialists working out of the care of medically indignet .
) Thursday at the Bradford the recent reorganization the functioned as one unit but District office in Gainesville, children, from birth to age 21, Additional programs/
County courthouse to discuss department, with over 31,000 rather as many separate to individual cases under the who require specialized provided by liltS under social
rI I $ ;k the recent reorganization with employees state wide working agencies, frequently causingthe reorganization provisions. diagnosis and treatment for and economic services
Thurs. Aug. 26 Mon. Aug. 30 y41' regional! officials. from some 700 offices, faced client to be unsucceessful Eleven such districts were chronic conditions, when their include,: general social
> "Hotter delivery of problems arising from its size in finding services required.: formed state-wide by the physical functions are services covering child daycare
> services" is the central idea in management of resources The IIRS Department is now recent reorganization in an impaired by accident diseaseor counseling services and
behind he( reorganization, and delivery of services. headquartered in effort to provide uniform congenital malformation. emergency assistance, and
S Tallahassee, and has been planning and delivery of Eligibility for the children's child welfare services
organized into three major services in the eight major medical services is based on including divorce custody
The Steak Man elements: Administrative areas of HRS client services. both medical and financial studies housekeepingservices
S Services, Program Planning The eight areas of client criteria, and fees are based on and unwed mother
Has Gone To The and Development and service provided by HRS are: ability to pay. Special son'lel'S.
yw Operations services, the latter aging and adult services, children's medical services liltS is also responsible lor
S 0 DDEiS including District staff children's medical services, include a neonatal programfor providing programs aimed at
CLOROX personnel.The health services, mental health high risk newborn infants, returning handicapped
; reorganization became services, retardation and a cystic fibrosis program. persons to employment
fWt'\\ effective July 1, 1976, and the services, social and economic Health services provided by I through vocationalrchabiIIUUion I i I
orientation program, here, services vocational FIRS vary as to eligibility services!
BLEACH ; t last Thursday morning was rehabilitation services, and depending on the program and Among the services provided
\: the third of its type in the youth services. fees, when charged, are basedon by the program are
Si District serving a 16countyarea Numerous specific servicesare treatment received. evaluation (counseling
including Bradford and provided under each of the Among the varied healthservices treatment training supportservices
Union Counties with eight major areas. Programs programs offered by and job placement
V ry Thursday Nit* Special headquarters in Gainesville.The under aging and adult liltS are: nutrition services. Youth service programs
Foot local district is headedup services include: protective child health ber\'ices. school under HKS services are
Long 3 P.M.Til 10 P.M.
by Richard Dillar, who services alternate placement health services, home health designed to provide quality
S; HOT DOG The Way You Lke, It. c maintains a district office in services, nursing home services, family planning treatment :alternatives. both
99 Gainesville, and further services supprotive services, services, an immunization community and mslutmnal I
FRENCH FRIES & SMALL DRINK divided into two regional sub- adult day care, chore program medical screening, sellings lor youth alleged oradjudicated
districts and finally five local services companionshipservices maternity services, a as delinquent
: bLUlLL: < a(CGtf:: CLtCL[!( L( service networks. consumer educationand venereal disease clinic a Eligibility/ is limited to
Bradford and Union protection employment tuberculosis control clinic persons under 18 who lialI'I'n \('
1212 N Temple 964.6567 Counties are located in the services, escort services, dental services charged with violating
$100 five-county service network information and referal cardiovascular screening and the 1.1Thl'n' are no lees
environmental health Youth "service programs. :
LIMIT 2 services. include no residential I I I I
Mental health program programs resiilenli.il
Let's Keep services offered by HKS focuson programs and prevention and
both emotional and diversion prutiranlsAdditional.
S I behavioral disorders as well i n formationconcci
as disabilities associated with nintl the services

S WHY PAY MORE ? I LONGCertified alchohol Eligibility and is determined drug abuse.by a\'alllhll'Depaitment nl through Health andHeli.iliditive the

need for service only and a ( ).. Services ma\ he
sliding scale for fl'es'is basedon obtained) by contacting the
ability to pay Sub District) Administrator
Programs included in (llfice in (;iiiinesville hv'
Florida .
AppraiserGENE mental health services telephoning :.17:2' :! 27IH orwriting
include: ('omrnunitmental the Sub )District)
Concerned About Bradford And It'sA health sl'n'ices. alcohol Administrator Kichard,
County services, drug abuse I 1I1I1.II'd.0011:\ :N-'; \\ I.lIh t II"t"'t.
prevention services and Suite C, laini'sville.. I- laInlormalion
S PAPERS mental health institution ::1lilJ\:! ; \
: ? Taxpayers services. is .ilso,
Persons must meet set aviiil.iMe through the seivirenetwork .
I 4 1.J.i .9 criteria for eligibility in FIRS managers' ,1111'1' in
r r f. ..... .. v1; ; HKADI OKI ( 'ot NTY I'ROI'KUTY :' l'I'ItIlslty : retardation programs. lake 1 Citbv telephoning ,'..'

TOWELS ..: : .. Services offered Include: Kll.0. or writ mg'1'eadlt''I'un.dg !.
.v. '1441t111TI II I' t POilU' 'IdHSTAH
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valuation services :\1.llllIn Street Lake Titv.
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relmiary 27, 19 b.l R
:.J PA(1 IfS Union CountIll'rlrr's lau-env in connection
GEOpGIA deputies made four arrests with the .Kridav.unust. 1 :M,
i ilonorabJc Kenneth Jf. Mac Kay 11'. over I ho weekend involvingtwo /night robber ol' John sh.uKIKnlerprises. I
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$10LIMIT 5 State Senator 6th District'J14 incidents : a tinilx-r and
S Senate Building 0 Hubert Lee W l'Ib. :H'!/, of pulpwiMid' concern in northwest .
S lake Butler was charged( with ('//llon Count)' .Antonio
Iclllel1ISSC Florida! ,1'230.1Ilt'.u' :!
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aggravated battery and shooting live batteries, ,hand! tools
S into an occupied building gasoline and assumed mechanic's
3INFLATION SI I'tukly : P following a Saturday night equipment valued at $-UK>
argument with Council Had- were taken in the robher the
1'k'U-e: 1'iiul enclosed mletter uf"HIIary/ ; 24th 11)75) concerning Icy The argument became sheriff's department 'said;

uci.ite by the Icpattmcnt) ol' l IVvonuo ;md Memo of February 26th 1976 heated a and 22 caliber Webb pistol allegedlypulled ( and Hainej released( on vias bond booked and

I liom; Mr. Bill J Ca\ (.' :-ubuitt iiij the wtr.te of which 1 referred to lastycI E fired at Hadlev.. hitting/
BEATING PRICES instead a b'st.lI1dl'r.'aSl'O Also arrested i in the incident
S r. Jones in the left arm. \\ebb weie two juveniles, age( Hi; and

V-AV: tho! (I'ropfrty! 'Viitn-.L-i| : i I" orii.-imh: snhject to reprimand was Judge arraigned A.L./ Driggers before I'mon and released 17 The to t ti-YI'ar.old Youth Services was
R 1 1I 1K.
S S ma other ck-i tt.: U'lIl'Y repot/ t hho| ( ,I. to monitor the IXW> with ull released on bond and the 17'> e.ir-old' was

their errors uaMo: and mi--cal: urlatiOus. it is somewhat a (Hank Lee Kainey. 23. of booked and released to his
S Lake Butler was charged with parents
sluunc 1 with
S u.s facing the tax
payers every day, the DOR can
1 lessly: : waste tax do 1 Jars in such and thoughtT
:a way not be I
S PAPER Thoughts: Alcoholism

Very truly yours As far back as the Paleo- quenching his thirst only with
S S hthis Age (c.8000 B CJ) alcoholic his home brew he could avoid
Y beverages have been getting sick. He preferred to
S NAPKINS used by man. At that time attribute medicinal powers to
? mead, which was made from his drink rather than to consider
i..em Long honey was the popular alcoholic the possibility that the
drink. well might have been just
I Cl.iv.s Later in the !Neolithis Age plain "bad."
$10C eju.1. (c.6400 B.C.) man began experimenting Even today there are! those
/ S with beer and who maintain that the only
A berry wine. cure for snake bite is strong
h NarF But there were practical whiskey and to avoid fainting
S
w I IHt FLORIDA !SENATE COMMITTEES. reasons for ancient man's use spells drink only brandy In
% P O 'IiI'\ 'Ihl.ft ,
y1 G IUUCAIION of alcohol. He had discoveredthat fact "gripe \\ lll'r" was; the
,; IA" .VIA"I.(: .I'.I" 'OHIO* IJhUtOI HI o'TII"U, REHABILITATIVE SERVICES P his grape juice would popular remedy in Great Britain .
IUUIU-VRY CRIMINALAY soon sour but his crude berry for children's stomachaches
LIMIT 3SAVE F f w AND MANs, wine survived the winter. until it was learnedrecently
I There were times also when that the alcoholic
FAM/lY he noticed that if he avoided content was as high as 5 28 perCent
/ NAPKINS .lIlj0\10R..lN'ljlTlH'. MjikAVI March 15 1976 P drinking from a certain well
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I)M DIN t 1lI I -BillDunfordNOTICE

S Gene Long C.F.A.
Bradford County roperty AppraiserPost R
S S Office Box 968
Starke, Florida 32091
S MORE I S lJrit"H To lJ,'
Dear Gene A
: that be
The Telegraph requests allriteups of weddings
S turned in so the article can be published no later than two
SSS I apologize for my delay in responding to your weeks after the wedding The reason for this is to prevent
letter of February 27th. The local hearings caused "old" news from being printed. We want to print news of
quite a backlog in my other work. I every wedding that takes place in the area, but please turn
the information in so it can be printed within tw o weeks after

PAPER SS Gene I agree with your jommitit concerning the the event.
dual standard. We are, in effect, maintaining close
To accomplish this, a prospective! bride can obtain from
supervision the but at the same S
on Property Appraisers
office forms
S the Telegraph which supply all the information
time, allowing the Department of Revenue to go untouched. necessary to write up wedding.. The forms should be
( obtained and filled out prior to the wedding. They should be
PLATES 1 As more and more legislators become aware of the returned to the Telegraph shortly after the wedding Forms
kinds of problems you fare I think you will see the E will be mailed out by the Telegraph if an address is supplied.

situation change very rapidly.
=I Since color pictures take several weeks to process after the
wedding, arrangements should be made for the
I am proud of your record as an appraiser. The
photographer to take a photograph of the couple black
revenue assessments for 1975 bear out the fact that you R using
and white film, which can be processed locally and much
are doing your job as the law requires. If other were quicker.
by as conscientious many of our problems would not exist.

Information wedding writeups for any Thursday paperis
00S Sincerely requested by 5 p m. the preceding Monday.


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I 1 24th Annual Florida Folk Festival Starts Labor Day Weekend


WHITE SPRINGSThe Lake Mary,and Robert Dixonof many times on the Florida happened in the 20th century. and bird calls; the Mt.Carmel several times during the four- Single-day admissions will be
24th annual Florida Folk Miami, are just a few of the Folk Festival stage in the past Alachua County always Freewill Church choir, led by day show. $3 for adults and $1 for
Festival (FFF) on the banksof standout entertainers who will 10 years. They are Rutherford provides many outstanding Choice Butler, will bring its children through age 15.
the Suwannee River here join artists from several other County Square Dancers instrumentalists and singersfor 'unusual and inspirationalmusic The four day festival is the Week-end (four day) tickets
Labor Day weekend at the states in the special workshop Murfreesboro, Tennessee ledby the FFF, Miss Boltin back to White Springs; longest and most diversifiedto will be $10 for adults, $3 for
Stephen Foster Center will activities," said Miss Boltin. Steve Cates; The Smoky noted, and this year is no and Lee and Peggy Kelly will be staged in several years. children.
feature many area "All eight Florida Folk Mountain Cloggers, Asheville exception sing sweet folk songs,
performers, including two Festival programs are North Carolina, led by Barron Lance Lazonly of accompanied by guitar and
Starke men. schedule on the Foster DuBose; and the Marietta Hawthoren John Johnson banjo.Gainesville. Trail I
W. B. McKinney of Starke amphitheater stage, while six Johnson School of Organic Gainesville, and Clay andPatrice craftsmen will 76 Tourney
whose popular violin will be workshop events will be held Education EnglishCountryDancers Jones, Gainesville have three booths for their SERVICEWOMAN
heard in Stephen Foster, nearby, along the Suwannee Fairhope, Alabama. are popular repeat exhibits and demonstrations. Ends For Norman'sWinding Judith E. Broughton,
religious and patriotic River." Dale Crider, who lives near performers on the 1976 They are Doran Oster who daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
numbers, is making his sixth Demonstrations and Gainesville in the Windsor schedule. Lazonby an makes flutes and other Broughton of Graham,
appearance at the festival. instructions in playing the community will come back to attorney, plays guitar and hasa instruments; C. J. Rogers up a victory filled opponent to only three runs. received promotion to the
Accompanying him on the psaltery, an historic stringed the FFF stage this year to fine repertoire of dulcimers and small wood season Norman's Farm But, unable to score duringthe rank of Sergeant E-5 last July
piano will be Greg Alvarez instrument from Biblical deliver his strong Appalachian vocal number items such as games and women's softball team entire game, Norman's 15.
also of Starke times, will Involve musicians environmental message in The Jones couple can play just puzzles; and Bill and Barbara accepted a disappointingdefeat lost 3-1 and went into the Miss Broughton is stationed
The Gainesville, Hawthorneand from New York, Georgia and song. The tall biologist for the about any instrument with Koehler, dulcimers, dulcimerkits in the Amateur Softball loser's bracket. The picture at Camp Pieri, Weisbadgen,
Palatka areas will also be Florida, said Miss Boltin.A Game and Fresh Water Fish strings, and they often sing at and folk records. Association regional brightened up after the second West Germany.and .
represented during the period workshop in children's Commission has been making festivals colleges, clubs, The 24th annual festival is a tournament August 20.22 in game Saturday with
September 3-6, when a total of games and folk songs will be Bicentennial appearances coffee houses, parties and major Bicentennial Jacksonville.After Norman's soundly defeatingthe 14 losses. They betteredlast
eight programs will be conducted by Patrick Shields, around the state presenting weddings.Dan celebration at the Stephen a first place finish in Tampa Nute 160. season's second place
presented on the Stephen Keyser, W. Va., and Bessie compositions featured in his Grooms who composesand Foster Memorial, Florida's the state tournament in Playing the team that would finish in the ASA state
Foster Center's ampitheater Jones and the Georgia Sea album "Pioneer Ethics", His sings songs about Florida performing arts, crafts, and Bradenton three weeks ago, eventually win third place, tournament by beating the
stage. The opening programwill Island Singers from persuasive voice and guitarare people and places, and Ed cultural center on the Norman's saw their chancesof Norman's was knocked out of defending champion this year.
begin at 7:30: p.m. Friday, Brunswick, Georgia; John powerful weapons when Partridge, an expert fiddler Suwannee River. In many national tournament the competition by the Mobile, The Tampa Gremlins and
September 3; there will be McCutcheon, Dungammon, defending Florida's swamps make up a Gainesville team ways the colorful event competition slip away when Alabama team in a 7-0 shut the Jacksonville Blazers took
morning, afternoon and night Va., will hold a hammered woods and wildlife. which has found favor in resembles an old-time county they lost two of their first first and second place in the
programs on Saturday, and dulcimer workshop; Clay and Aubrey Dunscombe's many places. Dan fair with entertainment three games last weekend. out.Norman's Farm had a regional tournament and will
there will be morning and Patrice Jones, Gainesville, musical saw, an old-time particularly likes to sing at galore provided by hundredsof Norman's played well winning season despite their travel to Chattanooga,
afternoon programs both will feature the autoharp in "instrument" rarely heard the Union Grove old-time performers, craftsmen and against the Miami Sharks in loss in Jacksonville, finishingwith Tennessee for the national
Sunday and Monday. their workshop.Charla these days, will again deliverits fiddlers convention. exhibitors."No their first defeat holding their an impressive 38 wins tournament.
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Workshops and song shop and Bill Wasel St. share of melody for festival Palatka also will supply a two programs are k --- ., -- --- -4 jiL -ILJJaJtjJC3 sessions will feature some of Petersburg instrument visitors. The Gainesville variety of material for the alike", said Miss Boltin, r !
the Florida Folk Festival makers and folk singers will performer has appeared at Labor Day programs. Miss "because of the wide varietyof
favorite performers duringthe hold a workshop featuring the festivals in Florida and Boltin said. Tommy Dobbs, a talent available from
24th annual renewal of the 12-string guitar and dulcimer. Georgia, and just a year ago postal employee,will return to Florida and from other states.
family-oriented event festival Other dulcimer workshopswill played his saw for a wedding the Stephen Foster stage with However some of the standout J
director Thelma A. Boltin involve Betty Smith, perhaps the first time this has his fine collection of animal performers will be presented
announced.The Atlanta; Robert Dixon,
workshops are Miami; and Barbara Muller :
scheduled for 10 a.m. and 2:30: Lake Mary.
pm., Saturday, Sunday and Folk dance workshops will Something New Each Practice '. .t.I
Monday,Miss boltin said, with bring insturction and ...... .j
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locations to be announced. demonstrations from three ...."..'J
"Gamble Rogers of St. outstanding southern dance r
Augustine, Barbara Muller of groups which have appeared Keeps JV Gridders Motivatedbegins r <&c'' : r

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"When they get stale, that's last rule that the head coach they said. i .$, ,::
when they lose their interest. should be the play-caller. "The kids are hustling and E .
Merchants) Win .
We try to give them somethingnew "1 know what he can do and really trying. Right now we 4, -' ., .
I every day to keep their I know how good he is. He's have a good first string," Cox ec- .. {' .
interest" working with the backs and I said, explaining that the line 'k E ',
Lake Butler TourneyNewly want him calling the plays," up could change when school WI .. ,-rt

That is part of the coaching Coach Cox explained. begins. ,,, .
formed Starke Merchants strategy being used to turn the Junior varsity 'practice The Baby Tornados will .
softball team walked 1976-77 junior varsity football began Friday, August 20, witha open their season September
away with top honors in squad into an undefeated meeting to introduce playersto 23 with a road game against
tournament action at Lake team. Architects of this various strategies; practice Live Oak followed by The McKinney FamilyDewey
Butler last weekend. strategy, Head Coach Reddy with full pads will begin Gainesville High in the BHS
Merchant men surprised Cox and Coach Mike Hartley, Monday, August 30. Judging stadium September 30. The
competition at the weekend believe that patience and from spring practice last remaining games are as Vicki And Their Children
tourney in knocking off ano- variety in daily practices is school year, and from what follows: St. Augustine (away)
ther Starke squad, Badcock's.in the best way to initiate they have seen so far in pre- October 7; Palatka South Michael' Age 2, Beth Age 4, And Lori Ape 9
the final two tournament r unseasoned gridders into high season drills Cox and Hartleyfeel (away) October 14; Ocala
games for the championship. school competition.Cox they have the material fora Vanguard (away) October 21; DEWEY McKINNEY Is A CHRISTIAN Family Man
Recovering from a first good first string. About 38 Bucholz (home) October 28;
round set back at the hands of i and Hartley have high try-outs have reported and Eastside (home) November 4; Grew In Bradford County And Is A Product Of
the Taylor Crackers.7-11, Friday hopes for the JV team, but twice that number shoud try and Bolles (home) November Who Up ;
night the :Merchantscame These are the members of face a tough job in introducingthe out when the school year 11. '
back through the loser's the Starke Merchants Softball complicated veer-type 'Our School System.
bracket to win seven straight team, winners of weekend offense to the new players,
games in taking theJ ake But tournament action in Lake most of whom are in the ninthor Attention DEWEY McKINNEY Is An EDUCATOR With 8 Years
ler tourney championship Butler. Team members are.front tenth grate. According to
The weekend meet was the row from left: Randall Cox, the Baby Tornados will Experience In The Bradford County School System, as
Wise Don- schedule in
Merchant's first test in post. Thomas Tommy play their toughest

Association season American tournamentaction. Softball nie lUcky Bagwell.Norman Jim, tram Duncan statisti and at least 74-75 three team years finished althoughthe the TaxpayersDo Teacher And Principal-- [,.With- .One Child Now In .:.

cian. Second row: Stewart season with one loss and six Bradford Schoof System, And 2 More Soon To Be
'
;Merchants overpoweredlosers Duncan Charlie Green Joey wins

bracket competition Buddy Bennett Patrrson.Reddy Back Cox row and: "We spend a lot of time and You Need PARENT
Chiefland Will Continue To Have
Saturday downing JJ.'hl'elpr, Gene Tanner' repetition with the new DEWEY McKINNEY a
(Federal
Builders of Lake 13-4 Butler.; Guaranty 22-9; and- Jim Lewis and Bryan Johns. offense them motivated,but as long and as we happythey'll keep A County 4 "" ." CONCERN For Our School System. As A HOMEOWNERAnd

the team which had stoppedthe "
turn out, Coach Cox
locals in first round action chants piled up a 63-hit total inSunday's r4.
Taylor Crackers, 139. competition, with said. Commissioner ..rtrw .. TAXPAYER In Bradford County, Dewey McKinney
1 Player-coach Jim Lewis home runs by Charlie Green, Coach Hartley is beginninghis _
Realizes The Of A Sound
Importance Providing
reports his !Merchant men Tommy Wise and Joey Ben first year with the Tornado
turned in a hitting "barrage"in nett. The Merchants' mentor coaching staff,after switching That Will Fight To Hold Down
Saturday's competition also accounted for a round- from Eastside where he Educational System For Our Children EFFICIENTLYAND

totaling 52 hits, with home tripper in Sunday's action, single-handedly led the JV Your Tax ?
Millage
runs by Randall Thomas and Buddy Paterson picked up squad there to a 4-4 record last ECONOMICALLY
Stewart Duncan Bryan Johns three victories on the moundfor His duties here include
belted two home runs for the the Merchants in weekend year.coaching the offensive and' IF SO DON'T TAKE A CHANCE
:Merchants in Saturday's competition tournament action and Lewis defensive backs, and calling Vote For And Elect
recorded a 4-1 win-loss pitch plays during the games. ,
A 14-3 victory over the :Mac- ing record. Coach Cox works with the
clenny Blazers in fifth round Badcock's earned its berthin offensive and defensive line
action Sunday, assured the the finals on fourvictoriesin and the linebackers and will Ralph Bryan Dewey Buford McKinneyAs
Merchants of ut least a third the winner's bracket, call defensive strategies
place finish in the Lake Butler knocking off Wilson's Sprad- during the game.
meet. ley of Lake City 19-4; Scog- He Has 8 Years Of Proven Ability Your School SuperintendentOn
Tournament host Jim'sFurniture gins Chevrolet of Chiefland, Coach Cox said he preferredto
( of Lake Butler fell 16-8.; the Macclenny Crackers,
5-26 to Merchants! in semi- 16-1J; and Jim's (Furniture of because have Hartley he works call the with plays the Keep Bryan Working For Sept. 7
final competition setting the Lake Butler 9-7, on the way to backs during drills. He said he ,
the showdown with the Merchants
stage! for the championshipclash did not agree with a hard-and- "
between the two Starke Bradford "The Peoples Superintendent.

cock's.squads, ;Merchants and Bad- I Pol. Adv. Pd Pol Adv By VicKi, D McKinney, Campaign Treasurer For Dewey McKmncy,

Merchants'; victory. 143.in T.'
the first championshipgame 1
forced tournament offi-
cials to call for the second Elect NO.. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF
contest, as both teams owned ISSUING
r
)
identical 6-1 win-loss recordsfor
tournament action to that REPUBLICAN PARTY OFFICER

point ; TOM CASEY
In the decisive contest for
the championship, the Merchants Signature of k'lector: STUB NO. 1
hammered out seven
runs while holding the Bad- y SUPERINTENDENTOF

cock squad to a pair of runs. SCHOOLSI
Lewis reports that his :Mer- INITIALS OF
NO.
OFFICIAL PRIMARY. BALLOT ISSUING

TIIKKH: YDKOltD
('l1l''oj'f'UI.oU: : : ; \I'llI'lIbllh..d REPUBLICAN PARTY OFFICER
r\try Thurstl.ij I believe in a good academicand
ill \\.fallSlrrrl:
Maikr. Klorl l.i :IKMl'llsrroml : vocational education !V STUB NO. 2 -

('las*|>,iMJK.' paidutstarke I will make sure
(O'lol'hl.tSuhuIIHhHIItIII'S program.

: each student is challenged to 5 OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT N

III Irade area: $7 per
year: II. six I months develop their talents.
REPUBLICAN PARTY
(In I'.ide trade, area! I* Pd Pol. Adv,
per>ear: ".;;;,n s sl months t
SEPTEMBER ?. 1976


BRADFORD COUNTY


PRECINCT NO.


To voce 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

person for whom you desire to vote. .


FarmerIndependent CONGRESSIONALUnited STATE ,

State DI"'t Senate" 5 Businessman States Senator State Treasurer ./" .,. '

Vot. 'for ) \ \
(Vot for one) ( one
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I JOHN GRADY BETTY ARMISTEAD ,!t.,a; !'

WITH I'UTNAL HELEN S. HANSEL JEFF LATHAM '.!

YOU CAN: DEPEND: ON: IT
WALTER SIMS
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.lJ.UldFences Could .

County AgontsNolabook By :

At left: Old courthouse ;} '"
fence as It looks today around Bobby I .
t, Ifold fences could talk, this one, still in service after i Dyal family plot In Santa Fe '

r century could probably tell some tall tales. Cemetery. Phone 964-6554 Taylor J '

t' Its rusty hinges squeaked through the 32 years that Cot; : II Below: As It looked after ,
served as Clerk of the Circuit Court, longer than any other I erection around
, courthouse In 1972 Congress passed the I have sent a survey to all
history of Bradford County. grounds soon after the old Federal Environmental Pesticide holders of restricted pesticide
county jail was constructed In Control Act (FEPCA), permits and other agricul-
Across its threshold walked Waldo Pringle and Donie 1910. Note residence along The law specifically regulatesuse tural producers asking for
they came to be married on Dec. 27, 1930 by "old Judge narrow street that has now of registered pesticide convenient times for this 8 to
Will w: Baisen county jailor, one of the witnesses been widened Into busy U.S. compounds, requires, classification 12 hours of training. I have
Highway 301,
them. carrying a traffic of pesticides into gen- received about 100 replies and
count of more than 13.000 eral and-or restricted use have now scheduled the following
vehicle per day. categories and provides that classes:
Young boys likely swung on the gates as they waited to States certify applicators as The first all day class will be
hanging of prisoners from a scaffold erected on the east side of commercial or private users Tuesday, September 14 from 8
house lawn. of pesticides.In a,m. til 5 p.m. in the Auditorium
of the Build
with FEPCA, Agricultural
And now, the rusting iron fence is still performing : the florida compliance legislature passedthe ing in Starke.
around the plot in Santa Fe Cemetery, west of Hampton Lake +: Florida Pesticide Application One night class will be from
7'30: until 9:30: p.m., on Mon-
Act of 1974. The
purpose day, September 13, Wednesday -
of
this act is to regulate use
and application of restricted September 15, Monday,
J
; j| pesticides and to designate the September 20 and Wednesday,
Florida Department of Agriculture September 22.
| Another class will be
ftit U and Consumer Ser- night
: rf + 'tl\ from 7:30: til 9:30: pm. on
editorial. a" vices as the certifying agency.
Tuesday, September 14,
rN' 1 The 1976 legislature has now
/
Thursday, September 16,
*..* set October I, 1977 as the date
Tuesday, September 21 and
,| that all private and commercial
'I' applicators must be cacti Thursday, September 23.
\ fied. I am sending registrationforms
to those farmers who

A StimulatingReport iJI As it stands now, private have returned their surveys
applicators of restricted pesticides this week If you have not
xa 1 (farmers, ranches, etc.) registered for a class and need
t r must demonstrate knowledgeand this training for a restricted

competency in I) pests to pesticide permit, return your
A highly' significant publishedin within the
report city.
be controlled 2)) label information survey or call your County
tins ..4 k's issue of The Telegraph pleted by January 1, 3)) pesticide application Agents office today.

niches sources of various grant pro- 4)) environmental effects, Incidentally, this training
crirsj that have possible application to The City should and 5)) safety laws and regula- will not be ditlicult lor any of
adopt a minimum tions. our farmers. It should be a
the' current needs of Starke.
good refresher for most of our
ing a standard upon All this is to say that our folks who have been doing a
TV report, prepared by W.F. Armen- the adequacy or farmers who use restricted good, safe job of using pesticides
trat, Jr.. of the engineering firm servo housing units within ; from the Brooker pre- pesticides must attend a as a part of their pest
ia$ :i* C5ty of Starke, points the way to and develop and training program on the control program. The training
*"e ues that could possibly provide vision development proper use of pesticides some- will consist of slides 1 lecture
than $2 million for 8tian Street in Starke times within the next year and general discussion of
race: city improvements ized in conjunction recalls These
training programs are pests, pesticide labels appli-
in addition to the $2 million-plus funding from HUD. and probably while' he tHIS to be conducted by County cation, safety and laws and

that will be expended to improve and Dyal came home one day from Agents in each county of the regulations all good information -
expand the sewage treatment plant. As a final piled in his truck. State. to know for us all.
traut said the City

Armentraut's report encompasses a listing of projects / lot to keep the cows< and other

wide range of projects touching on status of plans and days of the no fence law[ and

almost every phase of community deve- Economic l of the county. FORESTRY bynichard

lopment, from recreation, to needs of in Tallahassee in order
senior citizens, to better housing for low ing under the Public of obtaining the fence, but II IN BRADFORD COUNTY Schroeder\

income groups, to economic and indus- ment Act of 1976. l te Joe Ellarbee of Panama City,

trial development.Of fence in a firm foundation if
This is an ambitious LIGHTNING AND!; 1KEKS

especial interest is the informationthat that fires.the

the Bradford County area, and are interested in the to rust out now," the This is the rainy season, and well-chosen treeI hich will

Starke specifically, will soon be and progress of knocking out a few of the iron/ summer showers are often serve to protect all the
the engineer that it accompanied by lightning. surrounding/ designated as an area of eligibility for Lightning strikes more oftenin
funding through the Economic Develop mented without Florida than in any other urban areas it is often
ment Authority, since our unemployment casts the shadow of its ornate/ state, the better we more expensive to remove a
Cemetery, where generations understand its behavior the lightning-struck/< tree than to
is
above 6.5 cent
making
us an
per / more we will be able to protect protect It. Lightning codes in
area of economic concern, although Ima ourselves and our property. some areas require the houseto
lower than the national average of un- 1 I by the fence, shows cows fully be protected with
Lightning is not attracted to
employment.The of Call and Court Streets. separate protection on each
Of pine trees as much as people tree taller than the house
y Economic Development Authority the county officials u'ho 01'cu- ?,, think. As a matter of act, a which is within ten feet of the
..
long term study showed that,
building
provides funding for which
projects
nationwide the five species
will stimulate activity in the industrialand most often struck by lightningare Once a tree is struck,
commercial sectors of the economy, past. oak, elm pine tulip tree, pruning the dead branches on
including fifty per cent federal funding and poplar, in that order a hardwood and spraying an
Location, however, plays a insecticide on the bark of a
for 90 to 100-acre industrial parks, which v."f
more decisive role in stricken pine can help
will be available some time after Oct. 1, determining what tree will be minimize the damage.
1976. struck. Favorite lightning
-- targets are a single tree, the "For more information about
The City still has about 40 acres of a tallest tree in a group, and the protecting trees from
one-time 80-acre industrial park in .. J tall tree at the end of the row lightning. contact my office in
southwest Starke along the banks of eW or edge of a grove nearest the Agriculture Center at 221i6(
approaching storm. !N.; Temple Avenue in Starkeor
Alligator Creek. About half of this tract telepnone me at (19(4)164( ) \ -
was recently alloted for a new Edwards The location of a building G')34'

Road recreation complex, but enough ... learned :'\f'lghborly\ldf' near a tree can affect its
not use chances of being hit. When
land could probably be acquired in the
ta.y J lights. The Dear Editor, two trees are of equal height, VKTEKANS: : AFFAIRSbvUilliamS.ll.tas
area to meet EDA requirements. It is 1 forced I am writing in hopes you with one five feet from a house I
not necessary for the park site to be a safety will publish this letter so that and one fifteen feet away, the
purchased all at one time and an optionto -z I others may share the heart tree adjacent to the house w ill etiTiins Service officer
purchase the land is all that would be 4 i the "older warming experience I have be the likeliest target because Some veterans may be
required to satisfy EDA requirements.This sound as if had since my accident on the the house plumbing might making unnecessary premium
younger 8th of August: give that tree a better ground payments on their

grant program would provide Not so! I was walking home from All lightning strikes to trees :National' Service Life Insurance -

funds for access roads into the park site, people have the bus from Gainesville and do not prove to be fatal. The policies.
All National Service Life In-
I mem- the to the tree will
at of
as well as sewer and water extensionsand was corner Orange damage vary
gener and the Brownlee Road when depending on the voltage of surance policies, beginningwith !'!
other improvements. The City of be built; Mr. and Mrs Haas, of Rt 2 on the charge the moisture World War II, provide for
Madison recently received such a grant help the on the Brownlee Hoad stopped content of the tree, and the a waiver of premium pay-
and has completed work on its industrial good safety while on the way to church. species of tree. In general ments if you become totally

park. Communities that make such These and being They turned around and took pine trees sturck by lightning disabled this .
head-high A veteran owning insurance
all the killed and
me way home a are usually
facilities available
enjoy a great advantage obscure may not be required topay
stop sign at distance of five miles. hardwoods are not. This is
I in attracting new industry to the Church and Brownlee ( any of of partly due to the presence in premiums if he or she
area. 16)). My neighbors, the our area of Ips Bark Beetles becomes totally disabled
my age Willifords, alsohave never which readily attack and can before reaching age 63 und
In making his report of the availabilityof QUESTION: If a neither our refused to give me a ride to kill weakened pines but do the disability has existed for

grants Armentraut recommendedthat stop sign, causing an us.Sincerely. phone.town and let me use their not infest the hardwoods. at months.least six consecutive

the city proceed immediately with use as a defense the
In Under the law
sincere appreciation, I Lightning not only kills the waiver of
obtaining a detailed listing of needed re- on City property, Foster remain, tree is strikes; several other premium payments for disability
creational and other community facilities sowould the City be -\ inc-ent G. Gay trees may be killed or is not automatic
water main and sewer system pr oandor personal damaged around the struck The veteran must apply for
the tree if the roots contact. the waiver and refunds of premiums -
jects, street and sidewalk improve- accident? ( el1dn Faces Board are in
Between the lightning and the already paid after the
ments, electrical system and street
It's a good ) ensuing beetles, pine onset of disability are usually
lighting improvements, and housing for limited looneyear to the
face the Central Florida Regional plantations often lose ten or prior
the lower and middle income groups questiondepending Zoning Planning Council in High twenty trees to one strike. filing of the claim.
it. night Springs!,! on August 26 at which Total disability for insurance
on the time the council will be askedto As with most things, purposes means that the
approve contract for the prevention is more efficient veteran is prevented from
I Not A Dirty Word :' will be held first phase of the county's than a cure. A lightning rod working because of the disability -
of James E comprehensive plan If system can be installed on a
of an accepted the Bradford Plan.
on the ning Agency will
southwest !NCFRPC; $9.5u<) for the first
How often have
heard
you at this or position that never GAINESVILLELIVESTOCK
a change year of plmninglork.. Of this
that public meeting, the statement: created to begin to MP amount, the county will pay
for $7.21)0) and the remainder will
oper
"
"Consolidation is a dirty word. Why? Titles may sound near the be paid by three small munici- MARKET

words, "economy in Lake will palities, Law ley. Hampton,
Is it word
a dirty to help save tax-
sound much nicer to Edward M and Brooker ho are using the
payers' money? Roberts. county as their planning Since prices have increased the past few
ing the bill with tax to agency also.
The taxpayers (and voters) certainly I t : ; from At this meeting. !NCFRPCwill ; months, our selling charges are less on most

wouldn't say so. Perhaps also act on a proposed
word" to those i L.1\I. $110.000 grant to the City of cattle than most other Markets. Our maximum
Is it dirty work to get rid of excess in ( attend Starke for recreation purposes -
trough these ,
baggage and do the same job more efficiently bloated, and non- i of North charges of 5", except large Bulls 790

t with less labor? turesbut things will (Much less than 3% plus Yardage most other

Only a union leader would argue in until it becomes a 't 6 C'OU Markets
favor of doing less work with more help.Is that holds promise i charge.)
government that is !
it a dirty word to cut down on overlapping inevitable if our rapI 4 CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS

agencies and duplication of county are to Mondays & Wednesdays Tuesdays

effort just to protect some feather-bed G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER

ding employe's salary- salary he probably Consolidation isn't / Publishers FEEDER PIGS 1 st
doesn't in the first Friday Each Month
earn place
at the Post Office at Stark. Ra under
I (after deducting coffee breaks, bogus able.And
sick leaves, and just! plain absenteeism)? the sooner : year: $4 sin months, We Test Cattle Wednesday
realize this and begin : : $4 50 six months

Is it a dirty word to get rid of excess ations for that time to Starka. Fla 10:00: a.m. No Charge TF

of a straw-boss, big-sounding title, in a off we all will be. I






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10 Scheduled To Be


Tried In Aug. Term "

Ten persons are scheduledto Faucett, Gary McMillen and 1 I&IYI
go on trial in Circuit Court Kenneth E Grant. Faucett is
here beginning Monday charged with an additional
morning before Judge count of possessing a
Benjamin! Tench as the :dangerous weapon(a knife) in
August trial session gets the attempt.
escape -
under wayJerome Luther John Powell, 20, of .
Turner 21. of Starke is charged with two dfJ centers
Law tey; Robert Carlton counts of burglary of a I family
PO"I'll. 30, and Norman dwelling stemming from May
K.isley: 2t, both of Starke. 10 and 11 incidents at the
have all pleaded not guilty of Starke home of Anna M


caliber robbing inmates Three piston John Florida are and Powell charged State$:.HH of,Prison a with 25 City Leuck.larceny Jack will David in be the tried Hot-ling March for of 12 grand Lake theftof IJ3 ill aJ ( fl [l ill ( 0Ql] aJill 13


attempted escape: Charles two boats from Jimmy SHOPPING CENTER
Moore's Sun Sports in Starke.
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Smoke, !No Fire. ) I ,
Also charged with grand

Where there's smoke 27.larceny of Brooker is John Dillon Lewis, 301 1 S. Starke Fla.I

there's not always fire also on the docket is Charles
At least that was the case Lynwood Barnes 46. of Starke
!Monday morning around 9 charged with carrying a :; ;;
CRAYOLA
o'clock, when Starke Fire concealed firearm :May 15 at Will Bi ; r
Department personnel the lied Honey in Starke / Happy To i CRAYONS I '' j TIMEX
responded to a call at the 125 The trials are scheduled to I sa."ir.xMxq 1 1y' 1 i MEN'S tiff
West Washing Street home of begin ut 9:30: a m, r; urwus" ura yol a 16 bright
Pat Farnsworth, snrrrlw I .
WOMEN'SWATCHES
eewxs, colors. ,
\ Vur Pmtlini ( :
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City fire lighters were summoned Fnodilulltlll"rs
to the Farnsworth LUNCH
home by :Mrs "Farnsworth CertificationCour
when smoke was discovered
on the premises Offered KITS t pj
e
of the
An inspection '
property b>' city firemen and A change in Florida :tate TA CELLO '" G''r ;t;,. 'f Assortment of men's
city police, failed to turn up law now reqUIres that all restaurant -yTAPE rl .- jr and ladles watches
the source of the "ha/y" owners, managers, r All-time favorite school H priced especially for ]
smoke and :Mrs,, Farnsworthwas and food handlers must obtain lunch kits with ,
allowed to return to her a food! handlers certification matching ''h-pint 'h"X1500'. you
home in place of the county health bottles Ass't designs. F ?, I
card
---------- The Bradford County Health
\Department announced that a
Obhuarie
two->'ear certification may be ...
.--------- obtained by completing a food STENO
G&

:\lurlurl..t: > handlers days course this week to be offeredtwo at the BACK TERRIFIC TO SCHOOL 99j NOTEBOOK $1' $229

county agricultural building SAYINGS! 295 TO
:Mary. B :Markey.87.of Lake The first session is Thursday TO two EA.
Butler, died Wednesday' August 26. from 1 30 to Perfect for
morning Alachua GeneralIllispital 4:30: p.m., the second is Fri YOUR :: \ taking notes.
alter a brief illness day. August 27. from 9 to 12 CHOICE \
:'>IrsIarkell: has lived in a m There is no charge to KIT -.:* 80 sheets.
I Lake Butler since moving attend I the course DRESSES ARE BACK
I from Atlanta. Georgia In .
ITi.i\ : She was a member of the First! HaptiotClinrrli ....
First! Baptist Church of Lake 37
.-' -
killer 1

. Survivors include 'her hus Sunday : Sunday School Mens' 1Gfr ['rTGI&OCJ FJEANS OR SCHOOL
band. W.lltonIdrkl': \ of Lake 9:45: a m, :Morning Worship 10 OZ.
Butler and 'nephewsund
many llam Church Training. 6:13: r
nieces pm !Evening: Worship. 7 30 tt PENCILS Similar/ To Photo
Funeral services were held
Thursdd)'. August 19. in the pm:Monday : Youth Choir. 7 GIRLS
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler with Hev :MelvmOwenoltuiating pm. Junior Choir, 3:30 L"J A must for school!5
Tuesday! : : Mens' sizes 2938.
) Burial followed in Combination I [t If per pkg. #2 lead.
\Dekle) pm. SIZES 3 6X
( with Archer -
't'llll'll'ry '
\\v4n da> : Family :Night: tf 50% Cotton
Funeral PADLOCK Ta
Home in charge Supper, 6:15: p m, Sunday ,
School Worker's :Meeting \ ; W50% Polyester By Masterlock 31 $ 99
EIIIII1U I:. BUlt' KA's. GA's, Acteens. World \ 4
Friends and :Mission Friends.
Kmniti: L. Bates !90.) died (1i'4i: p.m.. "Hour of Power." $788 ItY -- -
August 23 in :'>Ielro*e. 7 M p m Adult Choir. 8:15: $167 toMEN'S
The widow of Raymond P p m PAIR
Bates :Mrs Bates taught liursdav : Visitation 9:30:
!school in Alloway, New Visitation S. 1 $99
Jersey a m 7 p m FLAIR*
for several years and movedto Saturday: Bus :Ministry -
Florida in 1982\ She was a Visitation. 8'30 am
member of the !First United PEN __
Methodist Church of Alloway F
Survivors include two St. Murk'!* -
daughters :Mrs Isabel R 't TUBE The a den. head SIZES 7 to 14
:McPherson of :Melrose and eaptII ChurollSundav. : marking Ass'tcolors.
LIi- A
:Mrs Ernest: Brmck oscondldo. ( .
!-. Calif., one sister -F '.
Vug. 2I!l. A <1)n .1 'in SOCKS
:Mrs Ethel Harris ofoodstown $59999C
Holy Eucharist m' .j m k _
\\ :N.; J. seven :Morning Pra>erMailNon ; ct _.
!grandchildren and five great 57
grandchildren EA. to
The rt'II1.III1S1'1' sent to : Street
\\oodstown New Jersey.
where funeral services arid Mens' s $ Q99JUNIORS
Church:
HaplUt
burial were held Thursday
14 OZ. FLARE
\DeWitt C Jones Funeral BINDERJEANS
Home was in charge of local Charles R.SwarU

arrangements In lieu of flowers the family' l'riddY.ug.Pastor. 26: Work :Night'; r? BOYS f\\ 1" vinyl
binder i with
request that donations be and Fellowship Supper 6 p m .
made to the building fund of Saturday! : Youth Swim and paper & 4
the Kliam; Baptist! Church in Ski Party: 9 a.m 100% Cotton :v C subject SIZES 5 to 13
:Melrose! or to the I-"Irsll'mlt'li Sunday : Sunday School. Blue Denim. $1 088 89 divider
:Methodist Church m "lIowa '. 9,45 a m: :Morning Worship Sizes 2936.
:NJ.; llam. Children's Worship $ 9 9
llam .Church Training 6:15: A 12
7 30pm $119
\\'il..u I FrenchVAilson pm Evening Worship +

:Nursery': Provided for All EA. Y} to
L French. M of Serv'ices. 1 1'/2"FILLED BINDER /
Kev-tone died! Tuesikiv
Heights Tuesday : Ladies Bible $
evening Study. lO'a m 899
Horn Fc-biuarv ;23!: Hit:J! in Wetlncidaj.: Prayer
leather grained POSTER1BOARD c
B.lIllIl1Urt'ldr'ldnd: French ,
:Meeting 7:30: p.m Choir
was ,i relied industrial supervisor Practice, 8'30 p.m vinyl with' metal + -

Class Company lor the ChatUinooga! FIBST'IIRISTI! \:0.: edge. 4 subject $ 2 9 7 p H', i/ = LADIESSIZES

Survivors include his wife l'lIl'Hl'1I divider. Double :=
:Mrs Roberta French of .k
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Junior Club Has Pre-Planning Meeting

tie Junior Woman's Club luncheon Saturday at the _year were discussed. The first r
[had their annual membership home of Mrs. J. C. Dukes on meeting will be Sept. 13. l ooial Jll !
Myrtle Avenue. w
E isternStaripperAug.28
.# The luncheon was served at Brenda Carter, .tgrap ..
the polside where the buffet -
table>was centered with a Shad Starling (JtaJyi Wool? society fir11t0944.71508
pelican encircled with fern.
S arke chapter 224 Order of The/dining tables for the 15
I the astern Star, will have a members were centered with Wedding Aug. 27

:covered dish supper Saturday, smaller pelicans encircledwith / -- -.
.e ;wjou..l "': '
IAufust 28, at 7 p.m. in the fern. Miss Brenda Carter and now tfcion '
'JMsJsonic Hall. Plans for the coming clubBIRTHS Shad Starling will be united in
"'All Masons and their marriage Friday, August 27, Mrs. S.E. Ritch of Gaines
fairtilies are invited to attend. at 8 p.m. in the Grace First ville is Tuesday to Thursday "
l *J United Methodist Church in guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.W, -,. "', .oj
'r
.The Lester Crews'Celebrate ; Lawtey with a reception following Ritch. 11" ;; '" +
in the church
I..r Sunday
.School room. Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned FLD Jri'f.
25thLnniv.Aug.29 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Greeneof All friends and relatives are Monday after spendinga
Starke announce the birthof invited to attend. 4 week in Mt. Dora visitingher
a son, Jason Matthew brother and sister-in-law, + .r
August 16 in Alachua GeneralHospital. The D. C. EldersTo Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Shaffer.
r. and Mrs. Lester Crews Maternal grandparents Joining the family was Mrs.
will celebrate their 25th wedding are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blanche McCubbin of Miami.
anniversary at a recep- Lamb of Starke. Paternal Hold Open
tion given by their daughter, grandparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson
Mrs. Robert M. Autry, this Mrs. Ralph Greene of Gulf House Aug. 29 and children spent the week-
Sunday, August 29, from 4 to 6 Hammock. end at Disney World,
p.m. at the Crews home, 609 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight C. d .'
W. Call Street. Elder will hold Open House Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief
'. The family requests no Mrs. Paul Hawkins and Sunday, August 29i from 2:30: had as guests last Wednesdayand f....- r
gifts. children of Jacksonville were to 5 p.m. at theit home in Thursday Paula Fabrayof h L
irAU, friends are Invited to Saturday guests of Mr. and Country Club Estates.All Cheryl Robinson, Satellite Beach, Debra Cox
attend. Mrs. Titus Olson. friends and relatives are of Melbourne, Robbie and
;iit invited to attend. David Underill of Indiatlantic
TommyWiseTo Mike Silinski of Virginia aniKathy
1 Underill and Wil Men-
I, 60 ,Years Of Service To Bradford Union Clay Residents Wed. Oct. 8 detta rida. of the University of Flo-

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Mrs. Voncille Bessinger of
!" South Carolina the Alan Montgomery attendedthe
DeWitt C. Jones and announces Medalist Sports Camp for
engagement approaching
wrestling at St. Leo College,
of her ,
marriage daughter St. Leo last Sunday to Friday.Mr. +
Funeral Home J Cheryl Lynn Robinson of
Starke, to Tommy Silas Wise, and Mrs. JC. Dukes
of Mr. and Mrs.
son Ralph
and daughters spent last Wednesday
Wise of Lawtey.
The wedding will take place to Friday at Daytona
We Offer The Bereaved October 8 at 7:30: p.m. in the Beach.
Duck Pond Baptist Church
r r'
I. k\ \ Family All Of The with the church a reception Fellowship following Hall.in Mr.Janet and Montgomery Mrs. Gene Downingin visited #;)4

Atlanta last week.
\ All friends and relatives of
\ Services Involved In A attend.the couple are invited to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smith

Saratoga Heights have pur-

Traditional Funeral chased Mrs. Margaret Jackson's GreyhoundHas Moving of the Greyhound Bui Station In Starke to 238 bast
ii' home at 803 S.
;/J'ljoJtlDW Colley Washington Street across the street from Draw-TUe was cele-

And Burial Road and moved in the first of
the month. Mrs. Jackson has New Home brated Saturday, Aug. 7, with an open house at the new, larger

I I'' Mr. and Mrs. Charles moved to 1103 W. Butler Road. location.
Y The station is operated by Ed and Marie Green. Mrs.Green is
Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
',' W. Milner, Jr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Gay of the agent.
Mayor Charles Schaefer Is shown cutting the ribbon to the new
:' Having Been'Established Mrs.William George attendedDon Plant City were last Tuesdayto /J Knoui .
I Hardy's voice recital at Friday guests of Mr. and i/ou facility Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Green and Police Chief Jimmy
:' the University of Florida Mrs. David Montgomery.Local Capt. and Mrs. Mickey Bowen were also present for the ceremony as was Greyhound
District R.II.
s(; For Many Music Hall last Thursday Dansby and daughter, Julie, Supervisor Boles.
officials applaud the because it the traffic
City move removes
.. night. admittances to Brad of Colorado Springs AFB,
) hazard of buses pulling in and out of the former location on
ford County Hospital this Colo are spending this week
t. Years In Our Facility We Are Able To Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Christy week include: Mrs. Marian with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Temple AvenueUS3011).

had as Saturday luncheon Crosby, Mrs. Mary Cooper, R.O. Dansby, after which they
guests Mrs. Joe Connell and Mrs. Margie Underhill, Mrs. will go to Gainesville to live You KnowDoug
Provide Our Fine Services To You At Less Mrs. Sue Ellen Cressler of Mae Vickery, Mrs. Jeanette for 30 months where Capt. People
Tampa, Mrs. James Sim- Alkire, Mrs. Nina Sanders, Dansby will enter UF to get
4 Cost $20000 Or More mons, Mrs. Al Belger and Roy Gnffis, Jerry Powell, his doctor's degree in Physio- Reddish,who has been Miss Vicky Turner is visiting
Mrs. Bruce Cox of Jacksonville Grady Williamson and Romey staying with his parents, Mr. her father, Bobby Turnerin
Burney of Starke; Mrs. Rosa logy.Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish in Belle Glade for two weeks.
lie Colgin of Keystone and Mrs. E.R. Smyth Jeraldtown, Australia for the
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Among those attending the Heights; and John Starling of and daughter, Sally of Largo summer has returned and is Mrs. Myrtle Anderson
Southeastern Shrine Association Lawtey. were Sunday visitors of her staying with Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. John
meeting in Jacksonville mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Thomas L. Casey, Jr. Anderson Wednesday and
during the weekend were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Thursday in Callahan.Mrs. .
HomeStarke and Mrs.Charles Dinkins, Mr. Rahn...of Raiford have pur- Billy Covington of Gaines- Col. and Mrs. W.H.
and Mrs Robert McRae, Gib chased,the M.F. Brown homeon ville, grandson of Dr. and -Edwards gave a family birth H.G. Bollinger, Mrs. .',
Brown Mrs. Jewel Crawford, N. Walnut Street and Mrs. A.Y Covington is stead day party Sunday afternoon at Arlm McKnight, Mrs. Harold
Keystone Heights Mr.and Mrs. Robert Shannon, moved in several weeks ago. ily improving after accidently their home on Kingsley Lake Colston Mrs. L.A. Canova,
r 964.6200 473-3176 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Odom shooting his left foot several celebrating the birthdays of Mrs. Ben Bryant and Mrs.
and weeks Mrs. Lila Caldwell, Betsy Callie Edmonds attended a
sons Mrs. J.D. Odom, ago.
Phone For Appointment Or Our Office
t Drop By C.F. Bateman, James Watt Yawn and Hal Edwards. mini Sunday School Confer-

, son, J.B. Sanders, Rev. ence Friday and Saturday at
Walter Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Lake Yale.
11 RENTAL'j Announcing
: Dianne and
Walter Nolan and Mr. and daughters. Betsy
' Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches Mrs. D.E. Nettles.: The Starke spent last week at Sanibel Dr.A.Y.Covington returned
unit's surrey was in the six "Miss Indian Princess"and Island. Saturday after ten days in
i hour parade. North Florida Regional
l.U! ,""'""V- l I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hospital for observation and
-: r Brown and grandson Stevie treatment.Mr .
the weekend at
Rigdon spent
"Little Indian Brave" Daytona Beach and Mrs. George W
: Brown. !Mr. and Mrs. George
ERWILLEGAR MOTORS Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen Domianna, !Mr. and Mrs. Dor
PAGEANTApplications and Mr.and Mrs. Marion Harrington Raw lings, Mr. and Mrs
and their families Robert Wolff and Mr. and
206 W. Madison 964.7200 Starke Fla. Now Being Accepted spent last week in Georgia Mrs. Martin Einspahr ol
I North Carolina and Smoky Starke Lodge 1802 attendedthe

WRITE: Miss Indian Princess Pageant Mountains house committee meetingat
Harry Anna Crippled Chil
FORD DEALER 402 N. W. 36th Drive Miss !Maureen Rigdon of dren's Hospital in Eustis Saturday -
Seymour Johnson AFB N.C. .
6 Gainesville, Fla. 32607 arrives Friday
days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cooperand
: of Orlando and
I
,, daughter
376-7777 (Day) 373-7336 ( Night) Mr.Brown and Mrs. George W. !Mr.and !Mrs. Taylor Glover of

Atlanta were weekend guestsof
'n .-- - - - -
Mr. and Mrs. Marlie San
I I derson at Kingsley Lake.

; Announcing Grand Opening I
'" II
\ Mrs. Bell Brown of Hampton
I celebrated her 87th birth.
,. "' ( ] day Saturday at a birthday

.t\ I I iiiui$ (1mmmUf1! ELI( ( 00 I II home dinner Raleigh on given Bedford Brannen by Mr.Lake and at their!Mrs.



( I I E1FLOtLL!? ( (Bf.GJUf.$1] I I II clenny Mrs. was Sue Sunday Miles afternoon of Mac-

guest of Mrs. Eve Godwin and
I other friends here.

H Monday We
Open Have Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson
I I visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan -
. EVening\ l? Uniperm and family in Live Oak

. troent I Sunday.
, appotnr Mrs. Edith Hutcheson and
'By Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wise
I II and children, Julie and Gary
j Complete Hair Care & spent last week in the Smoky
II Mountains and also visited Dr.
jI I I It11 and Mrs. Aaron Hutcheson in
Grooming For Clarksville, Tenn.

j'J We Will Meet Beat + I II Mrs. E.W. Hayes spent the
or -! Men & Women weekend at JacksonvilleBeach
as guest of Mr. and
I I II Mrs. A.O. Jones and attendedthe

/" ANY PRICE IN THE BIG CITY FREE Protein Conditioning Treatments II Shrine convention.

I I II Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott
With
i Any Service spent last Sunday to Thursdayin

.' You Can Save Money I Good Thru Sept. 1 I the.Smoky Ritter of Mountains.E.P. Hamlet,.N.C.

4 To You and Mr. and Mrs. Tillman
Operators serve
I II Hutto and Mrs. Mable Den

Buying l Ht Home Connie Noegel Thelma Goodman Faye Pecor mark weekend of Jacksonville guests of Mrs were

I I II Carolyn Redgraveand family
Operator Operator Operator

l I Greta Alvarez DUPLICATE: BRIDGE

With Local. Service RndNo Master Operator I Mrs.CUB J.D.: RESULTS Odom and Mrs.

'to R.A. Green tied for first place
{ Personalized Care For.Your Hair I with Sid Kamath and Ed
, Wainwright at Duplicate
. Hidden Charges 1442 Bridge Tuesday night. Cecilia
; ; F. W. Madison St. QfiA.ftlA7 Formerly Mr, Otto's I II Terwillegar and Mrs. M.A. 1'

.
Baldwin were second and n
Starke By Plgqly Wiggly ... Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and Mrs. .#
- - - s. third.
F.J. Shaw were .





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School 10 a.m. Worship Ser. them. Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Friday. 'North Florida Regional
CHURCH ACTIVITIES School 10 a.m. Worship Services vices 11 a.r.i. and 7:30 p.m. LAWTEY Mrs. Mae Wells returned Other guests during the day Hospital, Gainesville, for
and
7:30
Church of God: Sunday 11 aim : p.m. home Sunday after visit with their son-in-law and tests.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday were
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Bible Study. her son and daughter-in-law, daughter, Mr and Mrs. L.n. Mr. and Mrs. Sammie
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Grace United Methodist: by Elisabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells Harper of Starke. Eunice visited their dad,
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 Faith Baptist Church: Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor. Phone 782-3300 and sons, of Huntsville, Ala. Michelle Lee of Jacksonville Harold Eunice on Sunday
p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. Radio Program over WPXE ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 Wellborn. They left Saturday, home on Grandin Lake. Their Rev. and Mrs. Marklee spent Saturday with her afternoon.
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Starke Bam. Sunday. Bible p.m. Prayer Circle will be August 7 and went to Madison- visitors while there were Mr. Raulerson and family, of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand
I I observed every Wednesday ville, Ky. Her daughter, Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Lock, Mr. and Whitefish, Montana, spent a Gene Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw
morning at 8 a.m. at the John Morris and Debbie met Mrs. Russell Miscally. Mr. week with their mother, Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Gus Peeples of ford camped from Thursdayto
The church. Choir Practice 7 p.m. her there and she spent 10 and Mrs. Don Brown and Mr. Loca Raulerson. While here West Palm Beach visited Mr. Saturday on the Suwannee
To TaxpayersOf and United MYF 8 p.m. at the days with John and Lorrainein and Mrs.Frank Camp and son he will preach two days in and Mrs. Fred Moore Saturday River, at Old Town.
church on Wednesday night. Rockville, Ind. She of Lawtey, and Waters Starke, and three services in afternoon. Robert Rosier of Jackson-
United Methodist Women returned home on GreyhoundBus families. Guests also Included Gainesville.Mrs. First Baptist Church sponsored ville visited his parents, Mr.
Bradford CountyAs met at the church on Tuesdayof on Tuesday night. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice left Friday a Fish Fry Friday night and Mrs. Jim Rosier Sunday
last week. Mrs. George Mrs. Floyd Futch and children Buford Higginbotham, and to visit her son and daugh- honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wayne afternoon. We are sorry to
Roberts presided. Mrs. Frank spent their vacation on Mrs. Trudy Crosby of Max- ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gustafson who are moving to report that his mother, Mrs.
Coss gave the devotional. St.Augustine Beach and while ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Emory Eunice and family, of Orlando shortly, where he will Jim Rosier, was in Bradford
a Real Estate Appraiser and Area Supervisor with the After the business session, the there they saw the Cross and Dalton of Jacksonville.Mrs. Chattanooga Tenn. be going to a Navy School for County Hospital from Thurs-
Florida Department of Revenue, Division of Advolorem meeting adjourned. Sword Miss Sheila Sapp went Marian Hall of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Wayne six months. day, August 12, until Tuesday,
Tax, my duties until my retirement last December 1st Highland Baptist: Sunday with them. Beach, was a Monday Massey and family, and their Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Harper August 17. Our prayers are
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas overnite guest of her brother- father, A.E. Massey, visitedhis and son of Starke, were Sun- with her.
were to keep a close check on the Property Appraisers In vices 11 aim and 7pm. Barnes and family spent their in-law and sister, Mr. and son and daughter-in-law, day dinner guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle
seventeen counties Including Gene Long of Bradford Prayer Meeting Wednesday at vacation in Naples Ever Mrs. O.J. Anders. She also Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Masseyand grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. of Worthington Springs were
County. This Involved a comparison of sales prices of all 7:30: p.m.Laura. glades City and MiamI. They visited another sister, Mrs. family, of Naples Monday Carl Prevatt. Other guests for Wednesday dinner guests of
Baptist Church: came back through Haines Hester Hicks,for a short time. through Saturday. They spenta the afternoon were Mr. and their sister, Mrs. Pierce
types of properties with the values placed on the Tax Roll City. They spent Wednesdayand Mrs. Daisy Boch and her Crews.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- few days on their way home Mrs. Gus Peeples of West
by the Property Appraiser and periodic Indepth audits of ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Thursday at Circus World mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, with Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. Smith Palm Beach and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers of
his entire operation, requiring access to all his files and p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- and enjoyed the sights very went home with her daughter, and family of Auburndale. Mrs. Roger Eunice of Lawtey. Auburndale, came Saturdayand
day at 7:30: p.m. much. Mrs. Maines Griffis and chil- Mr.and Mrs. Charlie Brown Mrs. Mae Wells returned will spend several days
the records of his office. Every time these studies were The church enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs O Nicula and dren Monday and stayed until and their son and daughterinlaw home Saturday, August 21, with their sister, Mrs. Pierce
conducted in the operation of Gene Long's Office It was weiner roast Saturday afternoon family returned from their Saturday with her soninlawand Mr. and Mrs. Terry after spending a few days In Crews.
found that his values were well within the tolerances from 5 to 8:30: p.m. They weeks vacation Wednesday daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Thaxton, Miss.,
had a parade after the weiner night. They went to visit their Virgil Griffis and family, and were Sunday evening dinner
allowed, and are strictly according to the laws of Florida roast for the Bible School relatives in West Virginia and Mrs. Maines Griffis and guests of their uncle and aunt, Former Stnrke Student
and the Rules and Regulations established by the Florida which will be Aug. 2327. Ohio. They traveled part of children, of Palatka. Mrs. !Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.

Department of Revenue. As proof of the accuracy of his Thirty-five pupils were the way on Blue Ridge Park- Maines Griffis and children !Mr. and Mrs. Terry Brown left UF DirectorOf I
enrolled who are not in Sun- way on their way home and brought them home and spent that night to visit their grand- Appointed
appraised values he was sued by a number of large timber day School. enjoyed it very much. the weekend.Mr. parents in Plant City. Their
land owners for many years and he WON EVERY suit We are happy to report that and Mrs. James Waters parents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Academic Affairs
in the courts. PERSONALS Don Shinn had surgery and is plan to go back to Lake Brown remained with the
Mrs. Hubert Priest was a much better at this time. Let's Grandin Friday afternoon McClellans until Tuesday. Terry Brown, 21, a former appointed to the University
Friday overnight guest of her continue to pray for him. August 20, and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Leah Hobbs and Miss Starke resident was recently Curriculum Committee,
Property Appraiser Long has always operated his office nephew and niece, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.James Waters Lyle Schmehl, of Jacksonvillewill Terri Craft of Logan, West appointed toa cabinet position which sets academic policiesfor
fairly, consciously, and efficiently with a minimum staff Mrs. E.W.Williams and Hal of spent the last month at their spend the weekend with Va., spent a week with Mr. within the executive branch of the university, for the up-
and Mrs. Mickey Moore. student at the coming year. Brown will be
government
and expense to the taxpayers. Proof of his efficiency is ._ Mrs. Darlene Norman and University of Florida for the one of four students serving on
that he has the distinction of being one of the few sons were Sunday dinner 1976-77 academic year. the 15-member curriculum

property Appraisers in the State of Florida who has Yarns Yarns Yarns guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown, who will enter the committee.
Norman, and Mr and University of Florida's Law Brown was awarded the
never had to ask for an extension of time In the preparation !Mrs Carl Norman and sons. School this fall was appointed Bachelor of Arts degree in
of his Tax Roll to meet the dead line provided by .-:,- Mr and Mrs. Barry Watts student government's Director political science from the University -
All Kinds All Colors
law. and Barry Lee went to visit of Academic Affairs. lie of Florida last June.
BAN KAMERICARO their mother, Mrs Bessie was appointed by Dan Lubeck, He was graduated with high
Socks Watts, and brother-In-law and student body president, and is honors finishing in the top
For Afghans
His qualifications are, knowledge of this most complex Sweaters. sister, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. to be confirmed to the cabinet four percent of a class of 450.

office obtained by studies and completion of many diffi- Stanley of Crescent City. post by the university's student A 1972 graduate of Bradford
Their mother, Mrs. Watts senate in County High, Brown is the son
Clothes
cult co'urses of modern appraisal methods, and many Dresses Baby gave a birthday dinner party As Director Sertember. of Mr. and Mrs. Millard C.

years experience in office. Thursday night for her son Affairs Brown will represent Brown of Starke lie is a
Tablecloths Etc. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and student interest in the aca- former sports editor of the
Mrs Barry Watts and her demic aspects of student life 'telegraph
For continued efficient, economical and fair property daughter, Mrs. G.C. Stanleyat at the university.Brown Brown is married to the
appraisals, we MUST reelect Gene Long Property the Tangerine Cove in Cres- has also been former Seleeta Hall of Starke.

Appraiser of Bradford County. The Needle cent City. Seleeta is currently employedby
Magic Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach of the University of ilorida's
Jacksonville were Sunday Financial Aid Office The
A.S. Leath dinner guests of their parents.. -IIIo./\: ; \ CJII( couple resides in Newberry.
Taxpayer and Concerned CitizenPd. 157] Bessent Road 964-5149 !Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson I
P SERVICEMENCarter
and their sister Mrs. Edith {fS...
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Pol Adv. Paid for by Gene Long Starke Florida 964-6300 Swinney. --4 Assignedto

Mr and Mrs. Lester Walker USS McDonnell
and sons are spending some Shoppers who use their heads Navy Fire Control Technician -
OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF time in Apalachicola and know that. the way to save moneyon Seaman Apprentice
Tallahassee. Miss Robyn and food is to plan tihend Plan William B. Carter son of Mr
ISSUING Scott Tinsler spent the week- your meals for the week, includ- and Mrs. William E. Carter of
DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER end with them. ing things from each of the four 1191 Johns Drive Starke,
Mrs. Truby Wainwright had basic food group; fruits and vegetables /- reported for duty aboard the
the misfortune to fall and meat eggs/ and fish, USS Edward
Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1 break her left shoulder. She is milk and dairy products and frigate McDonnell homcported in

staying with her son, James bread and cere'''". Dovetail your Mayport, Fla., on August 19.
and family. Our prayers are food purchases to make the most A 1975 graduate of Bradford
1 with her. of your meals. High School, Carter joined the
OFFICIAL *. iNITIALS Miss Roxanne DuBose of and Navy in September 1975.per0onale .
PRIMARY BALLOT OF Decatur, Ga., spent the week- Start with the main course
ISSUING end with her uncle and aunt, build around it. Consider family:
DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and tastes and dietary needs There
cousin John. no point in getting a bargain/ on

J.C. Prevatt of Gainesville, something. they can't or won'teat. STAIIKE
STUB NO. 2 visited his parents Mr. and
; U Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden-
I 1 brook were vacationing in
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR Nashville and Clarksville,
Tenn. last week and also
OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT ; visited Mrs. Hardenbrook's
C-
-jj brother.in-law and sister, Mr
Let us explain our energy and Mrs. Ed Hudson in

DEMOCRATIC PARTY Blountsulle. Ala.

saving system Mr and Mrs. D Hitch Green
SEPTEMBER 7, 1976 and family returned Saturday
e,,:) atV, from two weeks visit with her

BRADFORD COUNTYTo parents Mr. and Mrs. John
t COMPLETELY Aston and family in St. Louis
Mo.
G r
Dr. and !Mrs WII Green

vote for a person whose name is printed the ballot ----- : INSTALLED and family of Tallahassee
on mark a cross (X) in the the
person for whom you desire to vote. square at RIGHT of the name of the spent Tuesday to Sunday at
the Green
cottage on Kingsley
Lake. .

Y The Warrant Officers of the
CONGRESSIONAL Member, $1490 Warrant Officer's Associationof

Representative in Congress State House of Representatives County CommISsIOner2nd Counties Bradford entertained and Columbia their

2nd Congressional District 25th House District wives at a dinner Friday nightat

(Vote for one) (Vote for one) (Vote for one) ((2-TON SYSTEM) Those the lied from Barn Starke in Lake attending City

were: Mr. and Mrs. A.J.
JACK ARMSTRONG CHARLES E. ('RED') UNDERHILL I RALPH P. BRYAN plus any necessary Eaves !Mr and Mrs. George
j electrical/ / work Winkler, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
RUSSEll ROLAND Siemer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
BEVIS FRANK WilLIAMS
MARIE CARTER JR.
t-- Lee Crosby. Mr and Mrs.
Lonnie Full\vood Mr. and
DON
FUQUA CHARLES McKINNEY Mrs. Albert (Foster Mr and
COUNTY SAVE $$ ON Mrs. Ed Cole and Mr. and

Mrs. R.G. I'aterson
STATE Property Appraiser County CommissionerState

Treasurer (Vote for one) District FiveSuperintendent YOUR ELECTRIC Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards
of Jacksonville were Sunday
(Vote for one) (Vote for one) BILL overnight guests of Mr and
JIMMY ALVAREZ Mrs. Curtis Edwards

BilL GUNTER 8. PAULK Carriers new "SUPER
GENE LONG Mr. and !Mrs Herbert Green
I" unit i II now also
.
PENTECOST and Mrs. J II. Field spent
AUBYN H. HODGES available. Demand te Rt g11N last Thursday and Friday at

tee efficiency comparison Merritt Island.
ROOSEVELT K. JONES before
buy.
of Public InstructionVote School Board MemberCommissioner Carrier beat you them all Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglasand
visited Mr and
( for one) District up to 70% dependingon family
Mrs. Jimmy Howe and familyin
Florida Public
(Vote for one) the brand. Sanford and Orlando over
Service Commission the weekend

(Vote for one) f TOM CASEY J ROYCE R. .'JOYNER
Mr and Mrs. Ardel Brannen
DEWEY BUFORD McKINNEY
of Jacksonville who cele-
were
VERNON F. PARMENTERI
PHIL BREWER brating their second wedding
I EI anniversary were Tuesday
I KATIE NICHOLS County Commissioner f night dinner guests of Mr and

District 1 AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL ford Mrs. Lake Raleigh Bramien at Bed-

(Vote for one) J,.

LEGISLATIVE BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR Miss Debbie Spengler, who
t has been attending summer
CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED
State Senator MITCHELL BROWN school at the University of
5th Senatorial PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER West (Honda will be home
District D. L. (DAVE) SHUFORD Friday for a weeks vacation.
(Vote for one) -
V-
L. STARLING Mr and Mrs. RE Welty
DONNA FAXON and family attended the Welly
family reunion in Orlando (Friday -

JACK Mc RIFF to Sunday.
Air i Conditioning
TERRY PUTNAL I Mr. and Mrs. Olin White
attended the Mary !McCue .
Alan Bernhardt wedding Sat
SHERRILL (PETE) SKINNER 332 &1Iir; ?!: urday afternoon in Gaines
I ville. Afterwards they visited
HAROLD E. WALKER Mr. and Mrs. Robert White

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I COMMUNITY NEWS 4.11 Club Started In West Sturke 28 Road Deaths Predicted By FlIP

A new 4-H Club was Union counties. I

SCHOOL NEWS By Elizabeth: Given; Walker GREATER ALLEN organized with 15 charter Members of the new 4Hclub' Over 72-Hour Labor Day Weekend
School bells rang out members joining Monday will come from the gen-
Monday August 23, for Church will render service. (CHAPEL M.E.CHURCH night at the home of Mr. and eral area of the Douglas home
teachers to begin planning for The public is invited to Rev. R. G. Ilea sUe. pastor. Mrs. Lloyd Douglas on SR-100 west of Starke on SR-loo. TALLAHASSEE Traffic help curb the predicted number Also 71 percent of the people
the 1976-77 school term. worship with us.ANTIOCH. Service schedule as follows: five miles west of Starke. crashes on Florida's highways of deaths.A killed last year during the
teacher is looking forward Every to BAPTIST Weekly services began with Some 25 youngsters and 15 Leaders were chosen to help during the Labor Day holiday study of accidents occur Labor Day holiday period
successful school term. a MISSIONARY CHURCH Prayer Meeting Tuesday adults were present for the .4-H'ers. in project areas. Theyare weekend could take the livesof ring during the holiday period were killed after dark and 71
The children will begin Rev. Dennis Strong, pastor. night. Sunday services will charter meeting of the new Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joiner 28 persons but the numbercan last year reveals that careless percent occurred in clear
begin with Sunday School at the be lower if all motorists driving caused five deaths; weather.
Service club eighth one in Brad Mrs.
Monday August 30. The activity: Weekly Mr. and Jerry Baldwin
of service with 9:45.: Morning Worship at 11 ford County. Lowell Parrish will apply their best driving crossing the centerline three; "In an effort to reduce traffic -
cooperation the parents is began prayer Mr. and Mrs. lloyd Douglas
All members askedto while intoxicated deaths the Patrol will have
a.m. are the Florida driving
extension 4-H openedthe ability says High
agent
needed to enhance the meeting Thursday. Sunday Mr.and Mrs.Sammy Alvarez
with the driver had been drinking, available trooper and
learning of each child. services will terminate with please cooperate meeting with a talk on 4-H Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Crosby way Patrol. one; every
activities of the church for three speeding five and four auxiliaryman on duty. Unmarked
AIR.'ORCECynthia Sunday School at 10 a.m. history and activities. Parrishis Mrs. Barbara Murrow, Mr. The 78-hour holiday period ;
Denese Davis the Revival will begin Monday success of all activities.By in charge of some 20 4-H and Mrs. Robert Thorpe Mrs. begins at 6 p.m. Friday Sept pedestrians were killed by cars aircraft radar
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. L. night after the fifth Sunday clubs In Bradford Baker and Gerald Blankenship Mrs. ember 3, and ends midnight failing to yield the right-of- and vascar speed, computerswill
be
The total for last in Colonel Beach
use.
Monday, 6. way. year
It. Davis of 831 Florida Street with Prayer Meeting. Irvin Browning and Mr. and September concluded by saying.
"Safe and reasonable driving was 17.
left Tuesday August 17, for Preaching by Rev. J. D. McSpadden Completes Mrs. J.W. Thomas.
the Air Force base in Jackson of Jasper Fla., will Marine Training involves a great deal of 1-
Lackland Texas for Basic start Monday night after the I -I Marine Private Marcus G. Officers elected for the new common mination sense to and drive the defensively deter-
training. first Sunday. The. public is McSpadden 18, son of Mr. and 4-H club are: Butch Faulkner ," says Col. Eldridge If It's WorkingDon't
CHURCH SCHEDULE invited to attend.GREATER
Mrs. John R. McSpadden of president; Mark Griffith Beach director of the patrol,
BETHLEHEM Expert At The
Pleasant Grove and
Mt. Route Lake
3. Butler has
vice-president Cindy
; Doug in to
an appeal motorists to
BAPTIST Plastic Bottle Institute
FREEWILL
Moriah United Church Parish completed recruit training las;,secretary; Joyce Thorpe
Rev. Willie Stitt pastor. CHURCH Every year a startling number August 18 at the Marine Corps council delegate and Cindy Tinker. .
Service activities as follows: Rev. Jasper Williams of children-some 23 mil Recruit Depot, Parris Island Griffith. reporter. ....
Every first and second pastor. Service activities as lion-are injured in household I -. ..,
Monday at 7:30: Young Adult follows: Weekly services accidents. Often, it's a result S.C.During the 11-week training 4-H members voted to name IM (;'\ 'f<
.
Choir rehearsal is held. began with the Tiny Tots of not thinking ahead. Here cycle McSpadden learned the the new club "Douglas 4- DLS On r <.? < \\1
rehearsing Monday night at H'ers" in honor of the organizational -
Tuesday night at 7 p.m. the are some safety lips which basics of battlefield survival. ,
YoungJunior Choir rehearses. 7:30: Tuesday night at 7:30: should help to keep He was introduced to the typical leaders, Mr.and Mrs. '
Wednesday night Prayer Prayer Meeting. Wednesday child safer. your daily routine that he will Lloyd Douglas. Your County r TWV'
Meeting is held at 7:30.: night Senior choir rehearsal. experience during his enlistment Next meeting will be held at .,
Thursday night Bible Class is Thursday night Story Hour at Don't store household utility and studied the personaland the Douglas home on Sept. 7 at r----
held at 8 p.m. Sunday services the church. Sunday services products in the compartment professional standards 7pm. All interested adults CommissionWill
will conclude with Sunday will begin with Sunday Schoolat under the kitchen sink traditionally exhibited by and youths between the agesof '
School at 10 a.m. 9:30: !Morning Worship at 11 unless the compartment can Marines. 8-13 are invited to attend. Some people believe thut ...
Mt. Morlah weekly services a.m. Evening Worhsip at 6 be locked securely. Some of McSpadden participated in For more detailed Informa- goldenrod grows over buried Keep It
began with Prayer Meeting pm.NEW these products can be poisonous an active physical conditionIng tion, phone Lloyd Douglas at treasure. DAVE SHUFORD
Tuesday night at 7:30.: Sunday : HOPE BAPTIST or abrasive to a child's program and 964- 554.
services will begin with CHURCH skin. ciency in a variety of military
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Rev. L.W. Mosely pastor. w ... skills including first aid, rifle Running SmoothlyA
Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Notice! Revival will start marksmanship and close [ELECT DONNA
with the Youth in charge. Monday night August 30, Store medicines in the new order drill.A .
Dinner will be served through September 10th with safety bottles which children 1976 graduate of Union Vote For
immediately after morning Rev Henderson Hudson cannot open. )It's a good idea County High School FAXON
service.. preaching nightly. You are to use plastic bottles because McSpadden joined the Marine
EBENKZEK: : : AND: NEW invited to attend. they re shatler-resistant. Corps in April 1976.
BETHEL BAPTIST Democrat for State Senate Dave SHUFORDCOUNTY

CHURCHES Anw /, District 5
Rev. L. R. Davis pastor. COMMISSION DIST 1
Service as follows: Tuesday
night Bible Study will be heldat Paid Political Advertisement, Paid for Will Be A Vote For Continued

Ebenezer. Both Churcheswill by John Adams, Treasurer P.O. Box
,
in the
Ministers participate and Deacons Union 411, Gainesville, FL 32602 Progress In Bradford County
which will be held at New
1,19.9/7
Bethel Baptist Church. Pd Pol Adv for Oav Shulord
Founders Day will be
observed at Ebenezer Baptist
Church beginning September State Senate FarmerIndependent
5.Sunday School will begin the District 5 s
activities at 10 a.m. At. 11 Businessman
a.m. Rev. Davis and
congregation will render TO& Y
service. At 3 p.m. Rev Dennis :
String pastor of Antioch
Baptist Church and
congregation will render PUTNAL
WITH
service. At 5 p m. dinner will FABRIC SHOPS
be served on the grounds. At 6
YOU CAN DEPEND ON ITCongressman
pm. Rev. L. W. Mosely Pd Pol Adv
pastor of New Hope Baptist






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I BROOKER IN BRIEF :
,
LEGALSNOTICE Clerk: Vickie Jones. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .. I
I Charles J. Schaefer, Mayor-
P. REGISTER
Commissioner of the of Inspectors: Teporah August 17 Hodges, Sunday, August 22.
Qty FICTITIOUS NAME by Jeanette Prescott Brooker Special City
Bertha
Jennings, Aretha Austin
and Mrs. remember Mrs.
OF INTENTIONTO Mrs. Doris Snyder Please
Starke Florida by virtue of the McCulley. Pursuant to Section 868.09 Phone 483-1715 Council Meeting
Authority vested to me by law REGISTER of the votedon Bobby Gnann and children Jessie Mae Fowler of Starkein
PRECINCT #3, Crawford Florida Statutes notice is One proposals
do hereby cell a First Primary FICTITIOUS NAME Bradford County Fair Building hereby given that the under SCHOOL NEWS by the Brooker City Council Barry and Stacy, on their way your prayers. She had heart

Section to be held at the fire Pursuant to Section 866.09 Starke. signed M.A. Payne, Jr., 515 W. School will begin Monday, and passed at the special from Disney World, came by surgery last Thursday and at

Station In the torosaid City by Florida Statutes, notice Is here- Clerk: Dianne Yawn Brownlee St.,Starke, Fl., Kamel August 30. School hours will be council meeting Thursday and spent Saturday night, last report was improvingfine.
"
qualified voters on Tuesday by given that the undersigned '. Inspectors: Elsie Norman Haddad 442F W. Madison St., from 8:13: to 2:15.: Bus routes August 19 was raising millage August 21, with their parents, .
September 14 1976, A.D., for Terry A. Gaines, 504 East Laura f.'Shollie Carte, Mack M. McRae. Starke, Fl., and Connie J. and schedules will be the from 3.0 to 3.072 for the com Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges The community wishes to

the purpose of electing the following Street Starke, Bradford *>... ..J .... Noegel, 442F W. Madison St., same as last year. The price of ing year. and grandmother, Mrs. welcome the Turlington
officers: County, Florida 32091, doing 12 GEORGE W. .Starke, FI., doing business lunches will be 50 cents. Kin- Mamie Hodges.Mr. family to Brooker. We hope
PRECINCT ,
and Mrs. Glen Davis enjoy living in our midst
business under the firm name of children they
R01E8TS JR., COUNTY under the firm name of "THE dergarten will end Baby Shower
GROUP 1 "FLA. FIRE ''ARMS COMMISSIONER. J LOOKING 'sGLASS STYUNG the day at 1:15: unless they Friends of Phyllis Jones and baby Tammy of Jacksonville
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO UNLIMITED", 144 W. Call ride the bus. ,along with Joe and Linda Brooker CarrierApplications
PRECINCT '4 Bayless CENTER 442 F West Madison Corbine will honor her with a
YEARS Street Starke, Bradford Bradford County Volunteer Rre St., Starke Bradford County Any parent of children baby shower at the Brooker Bennett of Lawtey, visited Asked
Florida, 32091 intendsto their grandparents,, the Applications for a substitute
County entering
Department, Grand Street, Rodda, intends to register saidfkTtfjous school for the first Community Center Friday,
carrier for the Brooker
rural
GROUP3 register said fictitious name Starke. name under the provision time are asked to register August 27 at 7:30: p.m. Everyone j
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO under the provisions of aforesaid their children before Scout Post Office will be accepted
Clerk: Joe Gis y. Inspectors: *,,of aforesaid statute. August is invited to attend. Troop
YEARS statute. Oteeta Hardanbrook, Mildred M.A.i. Payne Jr., Kamel 30. If you have any questions August 30 through September
Terry A. Gaines, sole owner Autry, Ernestine Underhill. Haddedftonnle J. Noegel, joint school personnel will be at the Personals Elects Leaders 3 at the Post Office.
GROUPS Dated this 11th day of PRECINCT, Pleasant Grove owners.iV school this week and will Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Tucker All interested persons are

ONE COMMISSIONER TWO August. A.D., 1976 at Starke, Bradford County High School DatecfWhis 25th day of. answer them. Please call 485- and children Lisa, Tootsle and invited to apply.All .

YEARS Florida. Auditorium, Starke. August, A.D., 1978 at Starke, 1812.Parents Shorty visited his mother, Boy Scouts of America qualified applicants will
8/12/ 92NOTICE Troop No. 10 elected its receive consideration for
TERMS OF OFFICE X.....4tchg...................... Clerk: Nile McRae, Inspectors Florida. of kindergarten Mrs. Laura Tucker and familyin leaders for the troop without regard to
coming employment
children need to have all year
: Kathy Struth Ella Mae 8/26 4tp 9/16 requirements Jacksonville over the week
CHANGING LENGTH OF last week. race, color, national origin,
OF ELECTIONBe Chastain, Anne Samons. completed before end. They also visited with her
TERMS OF CITY CLERK CHIEF it known that I, Bruce A. PRECINCT #6, Vanderbilt -------------- the beginning of school. A sister, Mrs. Mary Ryals and Elected were John Cooper, sex, political affiliation, or

OF POUCE AND CITY COM-- Smothers Secretary of State of Home of E.L (Nook) Norman, record of immunizations, physical and Tootsie are junior assistant scoutmaster; any other non-merit factor.

MISSIONERS FROM TWO the State of Florida, do hereby Bayless Highway, Starke. examination and birth spending some time with Chuck Register, junior assistant
YEARS TO FOUR YEARS BEGINNING give notice that a GENERAL Clerk: Mary Ella Watterson. PERSONAL certificate must be on file them. Mamie is to return this scoutmaster; Terry Mun- SBftVICEMEN j

OCTOBER 1977. ELECTION will be held in Brad- Inspectors: Linda Bowen JoanJ. Marvle Owen is not responsible before students will be week to bring them home, as dorff, senior patrol leader; Hill Completes

ford County State of Florida, on Dyal, Margaret L. Norman. for Claude Owen's debts. allowed to begin school. she has business to attend to in Alan Montgomery assistant Basic Training
(VOTE FOR EACH OFFICE SEP Tuesday next succeeding the Itchg 8:26: Jacksonville.Mrs. senior patrol leader; Kevin Navy Airman Recruit

ARATE) first Monday in November PRECINCT #3, BLANDING Janie Waters and Min- Miller, patrol leader; Mike Joseph P. Hill, 19, son of Mr.
1-CITY CLERK A.D., 1976, the said Tuesday RALPH P. BRYAN COUNTY nie of Worthington Springs Lawson, patrol leader; Todd and Mrs. Don L. Hill of Route

FOR A Four Year Term ( ) being the SECOND day of NOVEMBER COMMISSIONER. Dl VEr' visited her sister, Mrs. Mamie Samons, patrol leader; and 2, Keystone Heights, has com
Re-Elect
AGAINST A Four Year Term to fill the following PRECINCT, Reno R.J.E. Hodges and Mr and Mrs. leader.Kenny Stephens, patrol pleted recruit training at the

I ) offices: Hgh School Gym Starke. Evan Hodges Tuesday, Naval Training Center

United States Senator.Representative Clerk: Louise Broxton. Orlando, Fla.During .
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2-CHIEF OF POUCE "j. Shuford
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the
r' eight-week
Inspectors: Corean McNeal
A Four Year Term ( I in Congress
FOR
training cycle Hill studied
Ethel Hall, Margaret Williams Bradford
for the Second CongressionalDistrict. Plumbing
Four Year Term
AGAINST A
-
PRECINCTfS, Seaboard Ok) 1\; t County Commissioner general military subjects
I I State Treasurer and Insurance National Guard Armory, Starke. ,- designed to prepare l him for
Commissioner.One Clerk: Bernadine Early Dimrlct Contracting Service further academic and on-the-
3-CITY COMMISSIONERFOR Inspectors: Sue Little, Peggy job training in an occupationalfield.
A Four Year Term ( ) (a) Commissioner, Florida wI.'
I
Shaller, J.C. Hobbs. : Continue To Pledge A Businessman .

AGAINST I ) A Four Year TermI Public State Service Attorney.Commission. PRECINCT 19, Keystone t4'- |H| Approach To County Government. 964-8708 Among the subjects Hill

Public Defender. Southsda Elementary School, f studied were seamanship,
Starke. e close order drill, naval historyand
State Senators for the follow-
INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELEC-
ing Senatorial Districts: 5. Clerk: Shirley Moore No Job To Small first aid.
TION: Shatter Members of the State Houseof Inspectors: Lucille Godwin, I Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote A 1975 graduate of Terry

Peggy Mrs. J.C. Dukes Representatives. for the following Pearl Pickering Frances And Support 105 E. Madison, Starke Parker High School Jackson-
McLendon. ville, Hill joined the Navy in
House Districts 25.
Louise W. Tenley : 4,'T Paid,,: 8/26, 9/16
Barbera Valinskl Clerk, Orcuit Court. March 1976.
Sheriff. PRECINCT #4, HAMPTON
Bobby Fay Chaff
Property Appraiser. E. W. HODGES, COUNTY
Merrill Struth
Ruby Howell Tax Collector. COMMISSIONER. E i LE ON SAlE
.fect.
Dune TiemeyEla Superintendent of Schools. PRECINCT #10, Theressa ;? LupAriAIG1P1

Mae Oast am Supervisor of Elections.: Community Club House, m 1'eu THURSDAYFRIDAY

Polly HoltonALTERNATES Board of County Commissioners Theressa. '" a""
1 Districts 1, 3, 5. Clerk: Belle Lovell. Inspectors: wart gild, r IIHDSATURDA"
FOR SAID Members of the School Mattie Sibley, Martha Kodatt

ELECTION: Board, Districts 3, 4. Roberta Dodd.PRECINCT /
In Testimony Whereof, I have 111, Hampton

Shell Gene hereunto set my hand and City Hall, Hampton.
Grace Jordan affixed the Great Seal of the Clerk: Ruth Reed.

Mrs. R.O. Dansby; State of Florida, at Tallahassee, Inspectors: Lillian Hall Sarah CNECR' COMPaRE-SAV !
Margaret Williams The Capital,this the Sixth day of Taylor, Rebecca Stevenson.

In Testimony whereof I here August, A.D., 1976. PRECINCT, Lincoln City -
Chamber of Commerce Building
unto subscribe my name and

cause the Seal of the town to be Bruce A. Smathers Starke. beck to school needs! family wardrobevalues home!
hereunto affixed this the 11th Secretary of Stare Clerk: Myrtle Anderson. fors your

day of August 1976, A.D. 8/12 4tchg 92INVITATION Inspectors: Bertis Robinson,
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-------------- Alice Barron, Madeline Waters. BACK TO SCHOOtSf> C/AL! .. ,7: 't

Charles J. Schaefer, Mayor. .... '';.
DISTRICT #5, HAZEL .
Commissioner VUK MJS!
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TO BID
PAULK COUNTY COMMIS-
ATTEST: Merrill Edwards, City ,
Clerk by SIONER, BROOKER. 39.88 : ?',
First Baptist Church {
8/12 4tchQ 912NOTICE PRECINCT 13A, Rowell -
Corner Jefferson& Terwillegar Motors (Ford), SUPER LOW DISCOUNT MICE \.
dark Streets
Starke. '
lULl MITUU TYPEWRITER
OF INTENTIONTO P.O. Box 127 Clerk Jean Prevatt. -
: Betty nAn11EAr1erEAt11-u1 SAVE 1.11
REGISTER Starke, Florida 32091 Inspectors: Haznl M. Richards, .AIRARTT,WTTI OMIT CAM
FICTITIOUS NAME Competitive sealed' bids will -
Christine Lawson, Louise Kite.
Pursuant to Section 866.09 be received by the First Baptist PRECINCT #138, Graham SlYE 6.81 1ArE i..%
Florida Statutes, notice is here- Church of Starke for the replacing Volunteer Fire 2'I wAsJN
Department .... DIscouNT MICE
by given that the undersigned of approximately 100 squaresof Graham. I I
Alvarez P.O. 422 PIRTFIUM MRVERSS JAM PIICEU. 3 3
Larry R. Box roof. Clerk: Katie Stokes. Inspectors
Keystone Heights, day County, Bid blanks, conditions and 69 I { TUNIS Inks FIR MEIT
: Paulette Arnold, Barbara SAn 2.08 A.N
met WAS
-. tw mktlfhMtitlM INI Petra DISCOUNT
Florida Mark T. Kendall P.O. be obtained
,
specifications may Lefevers, Bonnie McKinney *" N r LAVE 25% auntlilt 7-12.
Box 1257 Starke, Bradford from the Church Office until, 4 00 Bogle. wrtii. LIPS SLOTU MESS SHUTS

County, Florida and Claudia C. p.m. Friday September 17. PRECINCT #14, Sampson LM1EUAFma 9.88 FIR Tit MAR-AMIT-TRWI

Alvarez, P.O. Box 422, Keystone 1976. New National Guard Armory, 990 DISCOUNT MICt WAS >>..*. Mat t I MltclUc INC 'us led r
Heights, Day County, Florida, Sealed bids will be opened O inrwus lists, utcvtrvfl sthpts ifwifTrtKfttMA
Starke.
WAS a/1 IALFAI S-MSn Mini
Is tin lads rat km Hurt
doing business under the firm September 22, 1976. Clerk: Frances Dansby. 290WfI u T 1 Euenomo uiciunii fsrrntKMttM. Pfcl q I tart-

name of "GATOR LAND We reserve the right to reject Inspector: Irma Buford, Ruby !.afof PLUIIONT 1" A111 IIA/EA SAVES IRMEWIRR Tim \ UMlllUJU.UVI41X .
HOMES CONSTRUCTION CO.: any or all bids. Howell, Gail Thomas. -
intends to register said fictitious 9/182tchg 8/26 PRECINCT 115A Brooker
MVt 37%
name under the provisions of Community House, Brooker, ... r
aforesaid statute. r I Iflu5117 I _SAVE 14% rikMItWTj
Brooker ..... \
NOTICE OF ryMI
Larry R. Alvarez, Mark T. Clerk Muriel
: Kelley. Inspectors -
Kendall, and Claudia C. Alvarez SHERIFF'S SALE 1111 SINS. 2.96
: Doris Kelley, Theo Dyal, F roi
co-owners. Notice is hereby given: that I,
Lorraine McClellan.PRECINCT115B. 99C 7'
Dated this 1st day of August, Dolph E. Reddish, aa sheriff of New River a. scouNTMICIwASS.4wAa -
1976. Bradford County, Florida, under -T mrs emu 6161$1111MTTIOIUINEIIIIUZOLI
8/5 4tchg 8/26 and by virtue of Writ of Execution Robert Dobbs Residence Road i !L It )
to-wit: 100 West. Uj!' % NjchM MduMt emu iSMf fi
NOTICEI Execution issued out of Orcuit Clerk: Margie Dobbs. Inspec JET-11 NA7 dp tie In iility. 711 ,1
I will not be responsible for tors: Mane Banks, Lucille Green, I C oo eeAr l
Court of Clay County, Florida II
1 9 9
any debts other than my own. pursuant to a Final Judgment for Linda Andrews. UMfT Nv \

Grady Williamson Clarence J. Dear and Louise D. 8/26 2tchg 9/2 HEARS IARRS suPes LOW DISCOUNT MICI DISC NICE WCM 1NIrN1 eIIum iooy

Starke Rt.3, ,Box Florida 144 Dear and against Ray Brum- NOTICE OF 99c i I OlSlim Mel EMU I All I BELL un n"- YILIE PUS I
baugh and LovekJa Brumbaugh, SHERIFF'S SALE Ft Till
8/5 UVI Til LIM
8/26 CILISS,111h 1NLIUT1IS
4tchg defendants, in the amount of Notice is hereby given that I, WA5 1.41' PIFILAI PEIFIRNAMIVT.RTtUTT.1 333 3.99

9307.69 together with costs of Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of DISCOUNT"IC wASJIi SOLO NATIONALLY AT 111-11.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT collection. Bradford County. Florida under
VALUE PLUS! MINI MITT IF TIE HIM KR'S II. 1 MUEI HESS
Have seized and have in
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF my and by virtue of Writ of Execution
IIIUWUR FIR HER, J-Mt. SUCKS NEW FALL FAIRMS
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRAD- possession the following to-wit: UL.EAIUf4l : S1rE LI/ Ptfjntw-ctttos Mdi till 1 skipt Vial tad flriMNtl" pUuh CMunitrrt -
FORD COUNTY described personal property to- Execution issued out of UIIIR \ WITS TIME Mlta- M inj cirri 7"U
wit: County Court of Bradford ; FERTILIZER tL I SOL.f.//s. _
CIVIL ACTION Commence at the Southeast County Florida pursuant to a P / .

Case No.76-240 corner of Lot 6 INDIAN BEACH, Final Judgment for Florida Bank pia DISCOUNT PdlCt WAS444
Unit 3, run West 300'for point of of Starke, Florida, and against DISCOUNT MICA

Mary Allene Dougherty, beginning, continue West 50' Frank R. Gomes defendant, in m KBII! g tn I" RIM-TIP RIMEIIIIITUIWUTSttfft WIM SUES
Plaintiff, vs. Dewey Clifford thence North 5 degrees West the amount of $916.20 togetherwith SAn 1.1.
toil *rtt strttritirtrttsri
L9ers
Dougherty, Defendant. :356' to Southerly nghtofwayState costs of collection. 4.97 II'I1s"3ar.4 fit TIN 1.12.
Road S-21-B Leg "A", Have seized and have in my "Inuam
NOTICE OF SUIT thence South 80 degrees East possession the following DIscouNr Mlce wxsJ fi IOn HSI sung Low pscouNT PAICe e\ : yr

NO PROPERTYTo 350' South along the West right- described personal property, to- PIUI SMIHIUR WITIIJ 4-eiP tUCTHO ITT ( r p

: Dewey Clifford Doughterty of-way State Road 21, 29243', wit: PART II Fill Mieil, II 3.88 MILS IT IP FAST- IiIusTIEIILsti1II3E
(Address Unknownl) North 81 degrees West 3001 1968 Dodge VIN WAS 4,11 MIRRIR-IRIIRT AJ.IHIRINtm

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED South 7 degrees East 62 5' to LL41A3B286766, Tag No.45-56. _
that an action for Divorce has point of beginning. ALSO the As the property of the above -
been filed against you Dewey Southerly 62.5' of the East 300' named defendant and that on m4Pf. \

Clifford Dougherty and you are of Lot 6 of INDIAN BEACH Unit Monday, the 20th day of Sept- > \ rurE Mrs!

required to serve a copy of your 3, lying and being in Section 35, ember, 1976, at twelve o'dock i NIL NZI'V

written defenses if any to it, on Township 8 South, Range 22 Noon on said day on the premises IUSSWA1I SAVE 21t t 3.96 96c

the plaintiff's' attorney, whose of the Bradford CountyJail
East.As 1.47 1 SURA Low DISCOUNT NUCI suite LOW DISCOUNT PAICIi '
name and address .is William E. the property of the above I will offer for sale and sell ((
WhItley, 805 Northwest 13th named defendant and that on to the highest bidder for cash in _ WAS 141' DISCOUNT WICI WwoNin .Eli AIR MIMT1II Tllll nirs mm 6/171613IIAT.
Monday, the 13th day of September IUIUT iliumtp IUD SMRTY PAJAMAS wm Mtrnusr MIII rain
Street, Gainesville, Florida hand, the above described _Sin 14'% rurrPLUS!
32601 and file 1976 at twelve o'clock of said defendant to 35% tna "l tmritt it i MOW CM! MM. *. if ,.,..tsr-cell. .ttUMttttu. II bur CMI mt MurtMtt at tills
the with property
original
add m>u v nut Sun i u.sm .PrML tusk it ,
Noon gild I ml wm utrn. J.M.UL
said
on day on the premises satisfy the aforesaid Execution. 1
the clerk of the above styled 970 3.96 Ml 1MZ.UIR .
court on or before September of the Bradford County TAMJUIWTTIRAmi

1 7th, 1976; otherwise I judgmentmay Courthouse I will offer (for sale Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff DISCOUNT"IC WAS M1 SUM LOW DISCOUNT MICIDM

be entered against you for and sell to the highest bidder for Bradford county, Florida I CUT ..1.1 IItUO UVf SPUSIIII FIR! $ -
the relief demanded In the com- cash in hand, the above 8/264tchg 9/16 l'ftlIUTlI' FIR ALJFm 3/" NfL II SAFE. MIAIU 2 q 1 YI1II 'UII
described property of said I IMIIMIIII M-UAI PHTETiniMIS "
plaint or petition.
fbk-t SITS'PMIIT
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO were 4)
defendant to satisfy the afore
WITNESS my hand and the REGISTER -I1IIaT1 ML
'
seal'of said Court on August 4th, said Execution. FICTITIOUS NAME n. HLHII

1978. Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Pursuant to Section 86509 : I
SAYI 4- )'M 98c
Bradford County, Fla. Florida Statutes, notice is here-
Gilbert S.
Brown ,
y h f
by that the
given undersignedG.K. pSCWNTMICI
8/19 9/9
As Clerk of said Court 4tchg 2313 i
By N. Temple 299 I
By: Marian McRae Avenue, Starke, Fl., and RR.
As WAS 2Hn.lIS /... wI
P 8/12 9/2 Deputy Clerk POLL WORKERS FOR FIRST Roseberry, Rt. 1, Box 499 Keystone .. ....
4tchg : ... L
AND SECOND PRIMARIES, Heights, Fl., doing 4f y
SEPTEMBER 7 and 28, 1976. business under the firm name of I A.11..Z.", WlI-IUYI un 21" VALUE PIUS! YI1I1 nestAaia
"G & R MOTORS", Market un II" uY11t" L" 880

DISTRICT 1, LAWTEY, 0.L. Road & 301 North, Starke, WASI.tT 2.22 3 96 AIU1r4.1.

SHUFORD, COUNTY COM- Bradford County, Florida 32091, 4-C 1 97 5142% DISCOUNT MICI WASJM SUPtIl LOW DISCOUNT'lea TAIR TIPS 117 r
MISSIONER: intends to register said fictitious NAYII IIIUS S
FIRBMUESSO
PRECINCT11 1 LAWTEY City name under the provisions of DISCOUNT MICI' WAS VHJOMIS DISCOUNT raid WMpuiriEABinwas U/II14, i/'S MISSES',."" AiunM MttSIS FASMM PARTS WTONMMUU

! aforesaid statute. MU. WITH WAS O a nn FU1-MUIU PIIITSMm STUTM WAW1
u Hell Lawtey. .14111N11uL. WS M I........, nil' a, t tilt .! I toll YaA lied 'M" AwlMkaltipAN r DISCOUNT'ICI
r Li Clerk: Inez Starling. Inspector G.K. Ely and R.R. Roseberry, nU FAMMS, I FL. H. 1611111$ .." lID wis ATI Itritrt it).. pHM-ttttitt.. LIU mkt. hllmsrllu ul Ill J/'
: Ferrell Jean Bennett Laura joint owners.

Bryan, Alberta Lee Colston. Dated this 26th day of EAGLE.tHE. CONVENIENT 312 W. Madison SL PACK .
I "Pols' Is! the power to raise PRECINCT 12 Kelly August A.D. 1976 at Starke, FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES CIGARETTES 4 $47 .

the eyebrow Instead of the Recreation Hall, Lawtey. Florida. Open cily 9 til 9 Sunday tilPage 964-7513 I 411 4 JftJ
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Summer saz.z.z d'c JFU ElzzZlE
Said Success : = ;


Approximately l.ioo young
people from low income famIlies -

participated In a special

Summer Feeding Program
operated by CUBB Economic _

Agency in Clay. Union Baker tltt

and Bradford counties this

summer it was announced
this week.
..w- -- -- -...... v
Funded -- .,
through the U.S. ffATOII' .. < =
Department of Agriculture -. .- N ._... ....._n._.__..._....._1'J".o'l_'! _.-L.-. ,..Ju.L.h _.'_.. L'.__-... .. ....., .. _. ...". -- r ........-.... ... .

the program began June 7 and PERSONAL SERVICE FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE O
continued
through .. tloriland
.
August 13 t.aalty
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-------- ----------- ---------
during which time the pro ACT NOW Turn .parT'thaT FOR RENTi Two BR mobile FOR SALE! Mobile 'home lota HOGS FOR SALE ahoati., 2 lot In
gram served approximately lot* Mil 1 Bo A SANTA'S borne to L..to,. 7823806. 195"' _.Few..... MID available 2 bred sows, one boar. Call Each!180'Crystal 185'. Lake Eat.
44,000 free lunches to young Demonstrator, earn commMlloni tlehg fa omral wbdrvMana. Ph. 468- 964-8993... 8/19 2tp 8/26 x

people 3 to 18 years of age. In .p to SO Mr cent 1551. tidg.FOR 3 BR Frame- -In 1/2 A.
City,
addition OR have .Toy Gilt Party ANNOUNCING. trtuille
to the lunches at
FOR RENT Lot.
super- Wins .
to home end : SubdlvUon FOR BALE Yamaha electronic
your
vised recreational oar L Jt. Edward Ill A Aieoc.
programswere 1/2 acre lota, 130.00 - -
FREE Gifts! Oar 29th Yeerl par month. stags organ, excellent.
included at the 13 sites in Call; or writ SANTA'S Water*Sewage .............. Foe condition cover Included 23 A. frosts on St. Rd. 16. Branch Office. REALTYCecelia
SALE Farm and 206 S.Water St.
the four counties. Parties, Avon (;0... 0600t.Phone : Information' call Mark Oils,,' construction mach equip 11,200 negotiable. Call 964- With term. Starke,Fla.32091
1 |12031| 073-3455. 0IJ .Moble Borneo Sake,Hwy vehicle. 5875 alter 4. trpelWANTED' -
100 W. Starke. 964- 606.,tf Open Monday thru 70 A.land for sub-dividing. Swells
ALSO BOOKING I Saturday, 8,30: tO 6. Consignment and 19 tank 3 BR, 2B, CB m town,
CUBB BoardTo PARTIES.. Ins 7tchg,, 8/26/ welcome. Northeast septic on fenced.,'822,000 good terms. I
property.Duplex
FOR LEASE BY OWNER
: Florida Equipment - -
Meet Aug.30 DON'T THROW AWAY 3600 ... ft. building on Auction, US-17, North .- - 2 BR. IB MH In excellent.
those broken 8-treck orcassette corner ol Walnut and Green Cove Springs, 284- ----------. nice. return on yearInveetment. cond. on 1 1/2 A, 811,900 .
A meeting of the Board of Up*..Tako thorn to Brewnlie St. paved parking 5977. ttcbg. WANTED:To Bny acre on terms. TerwillegarReal
Dahmer'e Discount House, lot. B.C. Dampler 102 E. 301 for home - -
Directors of CUBB Highway or - Facts on Real Estate
Economic 112 E. Call St. tfchg Brownlee, St......, Fl. tlchg. mobile. home. Call; 964-8746 3 BR Brick home. 1 112 A cleared w 1IIo..tlf..1trIO. .
will be Insulation In house has
Agency held - Adequate a always been
Monday FOR SALE S.W. Corner; of alter 5 p.... 8/28 2tp 9/2 ., paved rd. frontage.
Watch for the sire .,
evening parcel It Is doubly Important since Increasing
August 30, at 7:30: at SEWING MACHINES FOR Important.
repaired. RENT
Unfurnished. 2 Weldon and Grand. 100 75 - -
x our 48 A.farm win .be eubdl
the Civil Defense Building in M makee cleaned, Mat and BR Duplex, carpeting, and Bldgi., 16,500. Call !964- WANTED: Ten acre more vided Into Ready to sell? We're ready I' energy costs have brought about drastically

Starke. adjusted, '7. Work (.-. eteve refrigerator central 5609. Itp 8/26 or lei In Hampton .r... - to help you. Call or come see higher heating and cooling bills.
Any Interested citizen is JaniM Strickland, comer Morgan air.. No peti. 16500. 964- Phone Jax 398.181 or write 10 A. tract. 15 percent ui today. You should Inquire about the insulation when purchasing

welcome at meetings of the Road A u..,. 16. tfchg. 7374. Itp 8/19 FOR SALE: Chllde 8 chord William. J. Hudnall, 2839 down Boned trailer. Susan Bakken a pro-owned home. Don't be afraid to ask

CUBB Board of Directors and organ call 9646528.ltp 8/26 Spring Park Rd. Jax Fla. Paul Faulkner-Associate about looking into the attic (if It has an attic) and

a Public Forum section is a BABYSITTER FOR RENT 2 32207. 8/26 2tp 9/2 Pearl Andnvii,Auoc. Irene F..Ik..rA..od.toU -Associate see for yourself If the house has proper Insulation.You .

part of every meeting Experienced :mother will ho.... Kitchen equipped.bedroom On FOR SALE Oa heater anditove 964.7739VERNIEP.000M can certainly keep costs down when a house Is

baby alt for your child. day Lake with private dock and pipe 850 or beat offer. WANTED: Used refrigerators Broker you are Interested In buy. adequately Insulated.See .
Rural and night SR-100 W 1 block beach. Call; 473.2252 after CaD 964-5169. Itp 8/26 ....Ia.ro..d stoves In 9844478 Reg. 964-7701 ing or selling property call us before buying any home. We will b. happyto
Carrier
past Crosby Cemetery, 5:30 p.... or all day Sat. o. good condition. Call D.... show homes already listed, or to find the right
Exam trailer en the left. 8/19 Ztchg Son Itchg 8/26 MOVING AWAY Must men Discount 964.7923. tin 9644065 house for you.'NEEDED .
AvailableThe 8/26 sacrifice Sugar Automatic '
Sewing Machine. latest Eg': 9644142 :
HORSES WANTED Nice home on Kingsley Lake.
does
Starke post office will AVON CALLING; :To buy or eel model Repossessedfrom everythingautomatically. Reasonably priced also II".. THOMASREALTY ""LTO'' Today! Country home with at least 3 BR $10,000 cash

be accepting applicationsuntil A_. Can 755- lU7 or write HOUSES FOR SALE purchaser. Originally: lock hauling anywhere. and payments approx. S160 mo.
Sept. 2 from interested Lama Hyatt, P.O.Box 220 Lake anytime. Call 964.8993.
8/19 In
-----------. 8595. Need someone In Large home good condition. Children want
parties for an examination to City, Florida. Her*. Bradford County area to 2tp 826WANTED Ralph Bryan horses.....In the $40,000 bracket.
HOME FOR BALE 4 ....
establish for 421 North Walnut St.
a the
register ---
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pick 12.80 -
up payment, -
per Approx. 20 acres with 3 or 4 bedroom home.
retie.1 bnthi.
position of substitute rural living room. month balance Stnrke Florida 32091
or
WILL BABY SIT for pay : Accountant Real EstateSpedalbdng Cash I
dining room. kitchen, fam By
carrier of record.APflications any lOp 8287.20. Phone 964-7084. Prefer 964-6162
ID Itp some college background
: my ...._. 9148821. room with Hreplaee, ..trol 8/26 In [Formerly A.J.Thomas -----

and any addi biat-alr. ,U.57.S4'L. 10,. Call 473 accounting.3360. typ Real Eetatel in lads and AcreageFor | COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lovely brick homeon
concerning tlchgFOR tlchg Building MDbfle Htanea. 2 beautiful lots -3 or 4 BR. 2B. LR attractive kitchen .
this FOR SALE Deluxe
examination -
are available PAPPAS ACCOUNTING Aluminum IMS) aboveground S acrea on 100-A near city - with large dining area, family room, CH&A.
at the post office accord- SERVICE 118 S. Court SALE 1975 Double swimming pool ((21 ISx WANTED Farm A Umlti.Business. Roomy 4 bdrm., 2 story 01 Owner transferred.
ing to Postmaster Cliff Hazen. Wide on 3 1/4 acres, located - beautiful corner lot In city
Starke FL. 964 7612. 6/24 24 and 15 x 33 complete, 1 construction mach equlpvehlelei. -----
.. Bayleai Hwy, 3 BR, 2 Let Opportunity -3000 Reduced for quick sale | '
----- lOtchg 8/26/ year old repossessed. ui leD your THE ULTIMATE 2200 sq. ft. all large rooms. LR
Lowest point in the Western bath central air and b..t.earp.t Sacrifice 1/2 price. Call surplus for you. Open iq ft. CB Building on 301 114000. DR Kitchen, 4 Bedrooms. two tile baths Brick
.
Hemisphere 282 feet belowsea ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS Phone. CalnesvDle thruout.18,500.372.7666 collect 9043984874. tfchg' Monday 6. thru Saturday, 8:30to : with overhead equipment.a office andstoragesome -- fully carpeted CH&A Paved driveway, 1 acre. only
Northeast Lota Lake 100 ft
Florida -
Sampson
on .
level is near Badwater : Successful 2 years old out of city limits.
or 964-8499. Itp 8/26 Equipment - .
California in the Death Valley STOP Uvlng for people who want to Call FOR 782-3822.SALE: Feeder pl... North Green Auction.Cove Springs 119-17, BR 2 bathi, LR, DR large oa...water.7,8tH. owner llama -----

National Monument National stopped.drinking and STAY FOR SALE: 12 x 65 Mobile Itp 8/26 284-5977. tlchg' modern equipped kitchen. LOW DOWN PAYMENT We have several nearlynew
Meeting Thuri.
Geographic says. Sunday 8:00 p.... 9645709.A Home, 2 BR. 11/2 bath. 964- FOR SALE plus. much more on beautiful Acreage and lots, large ...d.ID.II. homes with attractive financing.
Moving and 233 x 150 corner lot NiceCentral .
7038. Up 8/26 -----
964-5434. 6/24 12tp 10/9 Several loeatloneowner
selling! furniture cheap: MEN OR WOMENExperienc.d beat and air Close OUT OF CITY LIMITS Brick 3 BR IVaB, on 1/2 acre
beds, dressers, chairs, sole, to elementary achool. Under financing-
1975 CHEVROLETMONTE
FOR SALE 3 BR Frame b.r. etc. Can agents on Road 16.PROFESSIONAL.
CHILD; CARE see anytime .t
Llceaaed, .home, Hwy. 16 West on 100 317 N. St. wanted. Health 140,000.Small -----
hot meals Myrtle Starke.
lanced
CARLO.sACRifiCE yard, 119 tot. Hai well and several Up 8/26 insurance, 55 percent acreageFrame RALPH BRYAN OFFICE & HOME Large brick
- -
plo 9648464.
Supervised ....
t. I'1.900. Itcbg IB Realtor966788daymnight home CHAA from Fat & Wishbone
8/26 -------- commissions. 45 percenton 2 story tingle reel-.1.d.Dc..20 301 across Boys
FOR SALE 10 Cal. renewals across the acrei In city limit. Chicken.
-------- aquarium, fl.... pump and board. Life Insurance - lit CI.100'/ -----

MOTORCYCLED YARD SALE atand. 125. Call 964-5508 commission 70 percent.Semlannualltation Largo acreage100 acre plot OLDER HOME ADJACENT TO SHOPPING
anytime. Itp 8/26 .11.000.. acre many more. CENTER CH&A with
"" ----- on acreage.
3800 --MOrORCYCLFS-- YARD SALE On Morgan -------- commissions. Vested re - Lucille's -----

SUZlia: OF STARKEi Your Road. Box 55-C. Lyle FOR SALE 14' fiberglass newals on life and health Business opportunityLovely SWIMMING POOL package, Saratoga Hgts.
301 with
authorhedSunild Dealer. Phone. Northrup.Starts Sat A Sun.Itehg euro cast boat. 14' Murray Insurance. We building on Plunder
provide -----
964-6020. 304 Fad Cal Street, tilt back 7 approx. 2450 iq. ft. plenty of
1/2
8/26 trailer hp
leads for TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES Madison St. with comfortable .
Fully Loaded Landau tfchaj Mercury kicker, 74 model you. Opportune parking ipace approx. 600 -
ity for advancements. aq.It. with central H/A ...UtGd.y. home.
Elec. House
Roof Radial Tires- YARD SALE Furniture, Trolling motor. Life .
Send resume to: -----
jackets, paddles, note, lots of
dishes,
White Leather Int., Etc MOTORCYCLE; FOR appliance Third everything houseon ..tr... Phone 964.5578. Itp P.O. Box 236 - 1534 S. Temple SPRING LAKE KEYSTONE SO on crystal clear
SALE 1971 Harlay David- mast go. Hampton Lake 90' x 190'fenced
8/26 Ocala Fla. 32670 skiable.lake split level with CHAA.
964.6020 964-6021 eon 350 approx. 3500 miles, dirt road by Moose lot North Shore. .
windshield buddy seat, and Lodge, 301 N. Sat. only, Itp. ------------ Reserve Life Ins. Co. Mobile Home, 120' Dock. AntiquesUsed ----- "
110..". rack very good 8/26 FOR SALE RCA 19" Color 8:26 4tchg 9: 16 12x20 Utility Ho..... ONE ACRE OUT OF CITY LIMITS All electric 3

14 Ft. Johnson condition. 1650.00. Call 964- ---- ------ TV, 8100. Moishurg 20 - FurnitureOpen BR, 2B.
5403 Monday thru Friday, 7- YARD SOLE OnHammonda !gauge shotgun, 130. Phone 3 Residential, total area -----
Speed 5. 8/19 2tchg 8/26 Rd. Follow the 964- 582. Itp 8/26 25 acres, frame home and 100 x 150.3 block from High PARADISE LAKE Large home on 2 picturesquelots.
Boat elgai to the white house, ---------- barn NW ol Starke. School. 11 A.M. 7 P.M. .

With Gator Trailer Fri.. Sat.. Sun. Up 8/26 FOR SALE New 1976 - ,729828 -----
Coachman Pop.up Camper, 9 acre pasture laid reasonable (DOING BUSINESS ONLY
1915 .
SUZUKI -------- POTPOURRI 20 acres plus modern hom ...COM-
$185 YARD SALE 544 W. Call sleeps 6 adults, 3 burner price. IN REAL ESTATE) -----------,
FOR BOTH 1700 EXCELLENT SHAPE I mercial I property on 301 lots on Crosby Lake,
stove Ice box, wide oval
St. Thursday F.ld.y.S.t..rela - Green Acres. Bessent Road & Little Lake Santa Fe.
Call 964.560650066 ,. Itp 8/26 tires, awning, other extras.Hied Very nice large 3 BR, 2B, F.Delano Thomas. Drilling
3 times. Call 782-3033. CH&A corner lot In Iowa Reg. Real Estate Broker

1966 Chevrolet OLIN Itp 8/26 064 6507 533.2210 j 2" thru 6" Cecelia T Terwillegar/ Realtor
acre
tracts.
MOBILE HOME TF FORJALEFOR ------------ 5-10 .high land on ASSOCIATES: 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
Malibu --- --- .paved road Graham area.La Judy Flynn Mgr. I Fast Rotary I

4 Dr. Small V-8, AUTOMOBILES USED Angus SALE('0... Three One Black black FOR SALE Motorcycle '73 ;. Frame-have- -on-corner- lot In D B| Harold 964-8384 Eppi Drilling Equipment m

Honda 100, In excellent cond. dty. l1... tG.hoppIaa-.* 9640616 OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
Runs Good -----------.' sagse eafue. ; bull.heifer. Apprexl.one black 112yeari 984-6528. Itchg' 8/26 -- .** Steve Simmons STATE LICENSEDWell L.J:::::! HOME PHONE 964-5145

FOR SALE: 1975 PontlatCatallna. old. Two young bull ----------- 3 to 6 acres clear, 4 at. NAY of 964-8881 .

Phone 964-5410 ; 2 Door Hard Top, calves. Phone 9 4.7032. 8/19 FOR SALE: 1975 Yamaha Starke. toJSTtSELLMimosa Pumps RFAI TO'"
Sunday Only Small Equity take np pay Zip 8/26 MX NO. like new condition. --
".Dt.. Call alter 5 p.... 964 195. 4732366. Itcfcg 8/26 I & 2 serve mobile 'home iltemN I I
'300CLASSIFIED 5806. ------- .W ol Starke' Terms
tlpd -----------
It FOR SALE OR RENT No Before Fred Sackett

FOR SALE 1965! Chevy 3/4 ualllyln. 1974. 24 i 68mobile FOR SALE Farm. 4 GEORGEROBIRTSJR Manor
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4 .home, 3 BR, 2 bath construction mach equipvehlcle Reg. Heal Ettati Broker9S47826 UsedSalesPartsService You Buy A REALTORStarke
ton pick .p..dt..oDlIo.loa.
.
up. lot 4 miles Open Monday thruSaturday
AD RATES private south of Mobile Home ParkA
Motor la
good Starke ell 301, 1,000 downor 8:30: to 6. Coos a j Office 904 9644522
5332354. 8 8/19 Zip 8/28 rent 195 month. Call welcome. Northeast Nice. Place Mobile 205 N. Temple (US-301))
Deadline for insertion Florida Equipment To Live I I
-- ----- Gainesville 3751120. tlchg'
Tuesday !Noon preceding Auction. LS-17, North Plumbing Hampton Office 904 468.1753
Thursday before FOR SALE 1965 Ford, C- Green Cove Spring. 284- Lou Home mllea South of
Yard
800 Cab c...... See FOR SALE) Mobile Home Part CareC.rbsgeCan. US-301
are at Starke
publication. Register 011 Company, 308 and ...., is.. OUVS: MOBILE !!!.! ,............... LONGCHAMP j New Installation j jj -on- -
South HOME SALES. Hwy. 100 W. Home and Bulkilng See .
Thompson, tlchg MtOBoxeeWater
Hampton 5 BR. 2 1/2 bath
Minimum Charge '2.00 FOR SALE Extra large MaterialWEBLILD
Slarke! W+W06. trchg. !
(Covers 13 Words) black A white mvieudinegrapea. j Remodeling II 28900.
FOR SALE 1962 EconoUni Central Sewage Plant John - -
You
45
pick cents a :
word -
Each: IS
over Van, 1200. Needs minorrepalre Orange Park Cake Ib. Open 8 ..... S p.m.Lilly's 1W Plata Or Ours <*rbage Pickup Repairs Starke -2 BR. I bath 115.500
10 cents
to .... Sklnner'i Decorating ., southoa Vineyard Coral; Your Lot Or Ours" Ample Parking - -
Dairy Rd. Alter 5 p.... Itp Standing. S"prll.: on. 22- Farms Road llarahome, -FREE ESTIMATESRemodelng! Improved Street DurranceIpUMPS 473 3775 Starka 3 BR, I 1/2 bath
All Classified Ads must be 8/26 B. 1/4 mUe down oa left. Fla. 8/19 2tp 8/26 Repair Electric Service to 21,500.
paid for In advance unless Phone 264.3604. closed Sat. -- AddJtJou auOAmpereaMetandGaa - -
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you have an established FOR SALE 65 Cbr.I.r Bring .d for 10 percent oil. --- Homes Bought & SUPPLY MOBILE HOME Starke3 BR. bath f25300
with the 8/5 81 9/23 FOR SALE 38 Snub noee handgun - -
account New Yerker, PS PB, AT. SokiTrdedACREAGE
----- 155.ZZ hand. gum 12495 25 -MoYl..IIo.- COMPANY Hamptoo 40 acres 1700 A.
Telegraph' in that event 50 Air 400. Call 9644351. lip 10"7 I
PARK
.
8/2 :29 PATIO COVER: automatic guna FREE - -
FOR SALE
cents extra charge for laaUOed 1195.W, uninstalled Dahmera. Discount tfchg. 9S40I6JHuy 1 Month RelIt I 864 N. Temple Ave. St.rk..3 BR.1 bath 124300
billing. !Not responsible for $140110. Gator MubUe Home Electric Hookup Inside City Units

errors when given over the Service. :372 9767.' tI.... South I Starke Walk 10 Bradford ixiuar
301 ,Starkt
FOR RENT
phone or when copy Is not PHONE! 964-7498 OrA,uwtown530Per.omh
the .----------- a I 964-7061 BRASCVGTONCadOUcOklamobae:
and to
typed brought FOR SALE Diamond needle More BOOT Talk L..I .

office. FOR RENTi 12 ft. wide for any stereo,over 247 dUlerent All City ConveniencesFae. Sales A Service
mobile home outside city ones, we have them all. Dab- by Carradines .PnUce Protection fine Selection.OfUud

MISCELLANEOUS Ifchg Units. 984-0114 .r 473-4777. omen Dbcoiait. Thanks. for your reception Mobile Home Moving- City Gee,Water. and Sewer CanTaktnOnCadulacTroiiti.

oour boot sale. The response
Jo-Lu Motel 2001 N.W. 13
-GRAr F t iTPii'i"with' surpassed 3784301tf
Dtadax. eat meals Far Sal.! Coastal Bermuda loudest expectations.REMEMBER our ,11.1 C ;) Set Up & DeliveryFOR GAINESVILLE
satisfying
FOR RENT: Klngsley Lake .hay, 1.50 bale. 4681985tlchjr. /.+rdonREAL.ESTATE 964.8810
d
..d lose weight. now eitra House 3 BR. furnished.. '
strength formula. Andrew! Sept.M.'. 8250 month. 533- : prices on DETAILS CALL
Drug. 8/28 4lp Ztchg 9/30 2633 er 1/376.9666.5/19 2la. the remainder of the 618 --v3 -----:-
9/2 For Sale: Liquid chickenlertHlsor pairs WILL remain as of OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964-5606

110/ton. 8 tons to today UNTIL the last pair BR fro... CHAA .1 5.000
KNOW ,o..r00<1 pressure the track. Delivered and la sold. No weekend big - Hwy 100 W. Starke Good
Day .r Might A..II..IAcc..R. FOR RENTS Furnished. 1 spread for ,... VY.A. deal. No limit 2 BR Irame screened porch

checks "W..I... bedroom apt. Phone 964- Prevatt 468.1985 Hampton, 110,000 Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In
8/26
Ige" lastaatly right ea the 8071. Itp FJajlfchgFOR !! To further eapreas our' appreciation - -

spot. 12995 Koch Drug. we ..lib. glad 2 BR frame, I acre 17,500 Bradford Co.T l.
7/29 Stp 820PERSONAL FOR RENT: Furalahod. apt SALE: Fresh hoaey to order for you (without - -
4 rooms, .&111&1.. furulehod.. right from the hi,.. 12.25 I further charge. ) ..d .t the 8.7 acre In Starke '5.500
544 W. Call St. 964548, per quart. jars, 8.00 In I same price aa today ANY - -
SERVICEBILLS Itckg SIze gallon. J.,.. A C. Frame, Rl. boot still In production, 5 acre A up owner PNONus
2. Boa 05-C. Starke. Fla. ..d.D sale,hi any doe. not financed _
'_ : -r FOR RENT Trailers. Call 32091. Corner Morgan Rd. m our stock. Two to 3 - -
SAW SHOPi Complete. 964-8816... EZ. Lee Griffla aid Hwy. 16. Itp 8/26 wake delivery with email 12 acre, well, pole A eeptlcLawtey 964-7604 DINE
sharpening. service, elralu.bsad prompt
Loop.Two 12 a 65 One 1055.I1p a deposit. area 15.000
carbide, chain mower Service'BOB'S '
8/26
- DANCE
Made hollow ground andbalanced. FOR SALE Swmmunr pool r You no longer have to 40 acres wooded 144.500BustaoM
Leave at Jackson _rt&o. i-rstfVg manufactureraad lease APPLIANCE SERVICE
Starke, Kaystoa FOR RENT: 12 Wid. trailer, distributor .has ahimhram your county for your -
BuUdhig S'c* boot. ae long aa CarradlneHvee. .cot.u9.301 SR- LiveEntertainment'
t bedroom, air condition. on
Haighta.. tfcbg. rectangular; poola Mt over from 225 In Lawtey I IS,500 Servicing All Electrical AppliancesNew z
Ice shady let. Call 964.7779II. 1975 lision. 1/2 price, guaranteed
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10120 PATIO COVERS: Hen** 8/26 hlatsllaHoei and tar_ Come See lie. 10 acre tronta .. SR-230 A
ud mobile 110_.. 80lutalled. Call idled, Jackeoovffle days orovonlnge Wtioe Rd. R-1-A 922,000 Roofing of Any Type Tear Off & ReRoofingRoof Wed Fri Sat. & Sun.. At Them

.. 9140. ualastalled.GATOK FOR RENT Ueturalshod. :I 904488-6103. tfchg.WATSOV8 CARRADINE'SLEATHER - Repairs Painting & Coating Gutter Work
MOBILE HOME SERVICE BR Duple.carpeting. stovsrefrigerator -
CO. .... 3'Tlt7111. CnmsevOw. central air. Ne : HOUSE OF 10 A. cleared 113,900 ask ll"OHSv
SHOP
uot91t1B2LE poll, 0165. CaO 964 7574. lipS121 VACUUMS! Many branda of 1
new nc_ Heed aaichinas'vaOable. US-301 One Mile South Phone anytime 782-3806

HOME KVJN AIM . Expert Repair, al Of L..t., A....Iot., NASSAU ROOFING CO. Sial'Restaurant
.... .urrtauaaaoherMiaad FOR RENTi :1 BR Mobile ... LPartaandaecaesnrleeforuueaa. 964.715 ft 7123397uwrtr l'
.- mahflT- Treal eaaabMj. H..., air ..... ..d water .9 BuOt-te eantraldsaatna Ph.s.762.3-100 .. -I-re* EJtimutu-

Oua'i MOBILE Home SirJck'lll Located hi country, t mllsi race s ; .,.-. 4D4 Drawer 8L..t. II,. &
vbs. ...... 8& tw. lew ". from Starke. Call ttI4-6830 NW' 10th Ave. GatoeevHa. J76-' .,, FL 32058 782. 38O6 P.O. Box 103 Lounge

: !brtI.. $'.. tfchg alter Spa. Itp 8/26 7110. ...... lie kg 8/19 '-.w ....- a .... Phone: 266-4857 Baldwin. Fla. 32234 Hwy 21 Melrose 475-94 T'r' ICURB







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SECTION 10. Retention, Election and terms.-- 'I' Upon recommendation of two-thirds. of the. members of the. juuu is 1

PROPOSED qualifications commission, the supreme court may order that the justice

(!) AfY justice of the supreme court or any judge or a district court or Judge be disciplined by appropriate reprimand, or be removed from
of appeal may qualify for e en on y a vote 0 e electors n e office with termination of compensation for willful or persistent failure
general Tct on next race n e expiration Or his term n the manner
to perform his duties or for other conduct unbecoming a member of the
prescribed y law. a ua ce or judge is ineligible or fails to
CONSTITUTION Qualify or retention a vscanc shall exist n a Office UOfl the Judiciary demonstrating II present unfitness to hold office, or be involun-

.x ra 10n or the term e n serve a justice or judge. When a tarily retired for any permanent disability that seriously interferes with

justice 0 e.u reme court or au. 0 a s r ct court 0 appeal sosea the performance of his duties lUalu.lides, .dentll,. /W moral' turpitude 011

ea a ballot shall read substantially as follows. 'shalt tire part 01 a justice or judge shall not be required for removal from
AMENDMENTS us ce or u. name 0 justice or judge) o name 0 e court
office oIlS justice or judge whose conduct demonstrates IS present unfitness
retained n 0 c. a ma or 0 t. qualified electors vot n
w n s err or a jurisdiction 0 e court vote 0 re a n to hold ol/ia. After the filing ot a formal proceeding and upon request

us ee or u e sa. retained or a term of x ears commencing on of the commission, the supreme court may suspend the justice or judge

linta as a a er tars Monday n snuar following t. general from office, with or without compensation, pending final determination
To Be Voted On November 2, 1976 election. a majority 0 e qualified electors voting w n tne of the inquiry.
err or a ur a caton a cour vote 0 no retain, a vacancy shall

ex. n at office un..x ra ono the arm being served'by the (//l) The power of removal conferred by this section shall be both

NOTICE OF ELECTIONS justice or u e. alternative and cumulative to the power of impeachment and to the

(b) Circuit judges and judges of county courts shall be elected by power of suspension by the governor and removal by the senate

vote o the qualified electors within e territorial jurisdiction oftnir
reepec ve cour e. The terms o c rcu judges shall e ors xyearn. (A) Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provision. 01 this .ectio'I,

.s \\mEREAS The people pursuant to Article XI a terms o judges o county courts e a e or our years.ta1 .1 she person who ie the subject 01 proceedings bll the judicial qualifications -

the commission is a justice 01 the supreme. court 01 Florida all justices
Section 3 of the Constitution of State of ..
---aiae4BMe---A--jssl4ses-anti-irdges-she-b.-esated-by-vale
01 such court automatically shall be disqualified to sit as justices 01 such
Florida .have have amendment to 'lhey.e4E4ed-eeter.--w4th4e--the--teee4ler4a--jsr4sd''eft.e.heir
to an
petitioned court with respect to all proceedings therein concerning such person and

the Constitution of the State of Florida submitted reepeet1ve-eeeelsv the supreme court for such purposes "u.ll be composed ola panel consisting

to the electors at the General Election to be held ..}-.RMS ..'he.'eFM..ef..ii-1.-ef..h.--jedges-eE 01 the IIIvcn chief judges 01 the judicial' circuits 01 the state 01 Florida
'.e..ppe.f-.ft..e.-1..h.ii-h.-fe.--.- e.-'h.
on November 2 1976 ; and lerma-ef-isdgee-eE-eeeety-eearte-shsi-be-fee-fear-years. most senior in tenure 01 Judicial office all circuit Judgll. For purposes 01

determining seniority 01 such circuit judges i'l the event there be judges

\WHEREAS the Legislatures of 1975 and 1976 SEC'l'IOtl 11. Vacancies.-- of equal tenure in judicial office 11.1 circuit judge the judge or judges
from the lower numbered' circuit or circuits shall be deemed senior in
passed Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to (.) The governor shall fill each vacancy on the supreme court or On a
the event any such chief circuit judge i. under investigation b/I/ the judi
district court appointing for a teim on tine tirSSEea
the Constitution of the State of Florida and o appeal ending
oat qualifications conl1nis8ion or ill otherwise disqualified 1 or unu.ble to
a after a rs on a n January 0 e year following e next
they did determine and direct that the said Joint enera election occurring at ear one year after the data of serve on the panel, the next most senior chief circuit Judge or judges

Resolutions be submitted to the electors of the ]appointment, one o three persons nom_ na e_d_by the appropriate judiCia'nomina shall serve ill place of such disqualified or disabled chief circuit judge

State of Florida at the General Election to beheld ing comet ss on.

on November 2 1976 ; !2L.. The governor shall fill each vacancy on a circuit court or on
I IINO. county court .ft-1..i-.f.ee by appointing for a term ending on tholr.t
1 Tue.day after the first Monday in January of the year following the (i) SCHEDULE TO SECTION 11.-
: :;; THEREFORE I BRUCE A. SMATHERS ext primary end general election, one of not fewer than three persons
nominated by the appropriate judicial nominating commission. An election (1)) The terms ot office ot the
Secretary of State of the State of Florida do present members of the judicial qualifications -
shall be held to fill that judicial office for the term of the office commission
hereby give notice that a General Election will eginnin9 at the end of the appointed term. shall shall expire on January 1, 1975 and new members
be appointed to the
serve following
be held in each County in Florida on the First staggered terms:
,
j.iEl.Th.) nominations shall b. made within thirty days from tile
Tuesday after the First Monday in November which occurrence of a vacancy unless the period i. extended by the governor fore a. {.4. Group I.--The terms of five members, composed of two electors -

date is November Z. 1976 for the ratification or time not to exceed thirty day. The governor shall.meC.. mare the as set forth in 8. 12a(3)( ) ( ) of Article V, one member ot the bar of
appointment within sixty days after the 'nominations have'been certified Florida as set forth in
and Resolutions s. 12a(2)( )( ) of Article V. one judge from the
Initiative Joint
of the
rejection to him. district courts or
appeal and one circuit judge forth
as set In s. 12a(1)( ) ( )
proposing endments to the Constitution of the of Article V, shall expire on December 31. 1976.
(d)4') There shall be a separate judicial noninating commission asprovTed

State of Florida ; viz : : by general law for the supreme. court, each district court of b. W Group H.-The terms ot four members, composed ot one

elector Is set forth In 8. 12a(3)( ) ( ) of Article V, one member of the bar
Article II. Section 8 Is created to read:
Ethics In Government-A public office Is a public trust. The people shan have appeal and each judicial circuit for all trial courts within the of Florida as set forth in 8. 12a(2)( ) ( ) at Article: V, one circuit Judge and

the right to secure and sustain 1II' trust against abuse.To assure this right: circuit.BE one county judge as set forth in s. 12a(1)( ) ) at Article V shall expire

(a) All elected constitutional ottlcers and candidates for such offices and as Ir FURTHER RESOLVED that the following statement b. placed on the on December 31, 1978.

may be determined by law, odor public officers candidates, and employees ballot
{
c. e. Group IH.-The
shall file full and public disc1ostre of their financial Interests.b terms of lour members, composed of two
( ) All elected public office if bd candidates for such offices shan file full and CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT electors! as set forth In s. 12a(3)( )( ) of Article V, one judge from the

public disclosure 01 their campaign finances.c ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 3. 10, 11 district courts ot appeal and one county judge as set forth In s. 12(3)( ) ((1))
( ) Any public officer or employee who breaches the public trust for private Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to provide that each of Article V, shall expire on December 31. 1980.
gain and any person or entity Inducing such breach shall be liable to the state appellate district shall have .t least one supreme court justice selected
for all financial benefits obtained by such actions. The manner of recovery and from the district to the supreme court and that justices of the supreme ((2) The f9'N] amendment to section 1:: of Article V, if sI4"itte,1 at a

additional damages may be provided by law court and judges of district courts of appeal submit themselves for special election, shall take effect upon approval by the electors 01 Florid.

(d) Any public officer or employee who Is convicted of a felony Involving a retention or rejection by the electors in a general election every six provided herein aed the fee4iwiane, eJ t'is Hood..l. she44! bake. eiferl Jane..
and that failure to submit to a vote for retention or rejection,
breach of public trust shall be subject to forfeiture of rights and privileges years eyti.195.;
electors will result in 1n the
or a vote of rejection by the a vacancy
under retirement In such manner as be
public system or pension plan may
office upon expiration of the current term, and to provide that the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that in
law accordance .
provided by with the require.mnnte
governor fill vacancies on the supreme court or on a district court or
(e) No member of the legislature or statewide elected officer shall personally appeal by appointing a person nominated by the appropriate judicial of section 101.161, Forida Statute, the substance of the amend.

represent another person or entity for compensation before the government nominating conmission for a term ending on the first Tuesday after the ment proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follow:
body or agency of which the individual was an officer or member for a period of first Monday in January of the year following the next general election Proposing
two years following vacation of office. No member of the legislature shall personally occurring at least one year after the date of appointment. an amendment to Section 12 of Article V ot the State Con.stitution .
represent another person or entity for compensation during term of to provide: that proceeding, before the- it"Ii.lnl nunlificat'o; : n_

office before any state agency other than judicial tribunals. Similar restrictions Filed in Office Secretary of State June 3, 1916. commission shall be confidential until the filing j formal; charges against

on other public officers and employees may be established by law.f a Justice or judge with the Clerk ot the Sit:'reme Court, to require the

( ) There shall be an independent commission to conduct investigations and judicial qualifications commission to make available all information In its

make public reports on all complaints concerning breach of public trust by pub- House Joint Resolution No. 1709A possession upon request of the Speaker of the House or
Representative
lic officers or employees not within the jurisdiction of the judicial qualifications 01' the Governor to
provide that
commission.g JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 12 of for improper motive shall not be required

( ) This section shall not be construed to limit disclosures and prohibitions Article V of the State Constitution relating to discipline, removal and removal ot a justice or judge whose conduct demonstrates unfitness I
to hold office
which may be established by law to preserve the public trust and avoid conflicts retirement of justices and judges. and to provide for service on the Supreme Court by certain I
between public duties and private interests. chief judges ot the judicial circuits, rather than Justices ot the Supreme t

I h) Schedule-On the effective date of this amendment and until changed by BII" Resolved bll the Legislature 01 the State 01 Florida: Court, when the judicial qunUtications commisafon has undertaken pro-

law: ceedings against a justice ot the Supreme Court. 1
((1)) Full and public disclosures of financial interests shall mean filing with the That the amendment to Section 12 ot Article V of the State Constitution I
secretary of state by July 1 of each year a sworn statement shOWing net worth set forth below is agreed to and shall be ubmitted to the electors Filed In Office Secretary of State May 30, 1975. !

and identifying each asset and liability In excess of$1,000 and its value together of Florida for approval or rejection at the general election to be held i

with one of the following: in November 1976, or, If authorized by three-tourths ot the membership t
a. A copy of the person's most recent federal income tax return; orb of each house of the legislature, a.t a special election to b. held March Committ.e Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 3.92 '
A sworn statement which Identifies each separate source and amount 01 9,1976 !
income which exceeds 1000. The forms for such source disclosure and the : A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amendments to Sections 3 and k and ''

rules under which they are to be filed shall be prescribed by the independent ARTICLE V Constitution the creation of relating Section to 16 the of valuation Article VII and of the State 'I'

commission established in subsection (f), and such rules shall include disclosure property lying within certain community ev410rment taxation areas 0' I

of secondary sources of income. SECTION 12. Discipline; removal and retirement.- and to the financing of. and issuance of honds for, certain I
((2)) Persons holding statewide elective offices shall also file disclosure of their community redevelopment proj.ct.
financial interests pursuant to subsection (h) ((1)). (a) There shall be a judicial qualifications commission vested with
((3)) The independent commission provided for in subsection (n shall mean the jurisdiction to Investigate and recommend to the Supreme Court of Florida municipalities WHEREAS, it of i.the found and declared that there exist in counties and
state alum and hliqht
Florida Commission on Ethics the removal from office of any justice or judge whose conduct, during ..rioua and growing menace, injurious to areas the public which health constitute, safety a,

term of office or otherwise occurring: on or after November 1, 1966, (without morals, and welfare of the residents of the state, and

regard to the effective date of this section) demonstrates a present WHEREAS
cpmmittee Substitute for Sen.t. Joint Re.olution. No.. Q9 and 81 the prevention and elimination of .1um. and blight through
unfitness to hold office and to and
Investigate recommend the reprimand community redevelopment plans, adopted for community redeve10pm.nt

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing .n amendment to Sections 3, 10 and of a justice or judge whose conduct, during term ot office or otherwise concern purposes, ,andWlfEREAS. are found and declared to h. matters of state policy and

11 Article V of the St.t. Constitution, to provide for the occurring on or after November I, 1966 (without regard to the effective

Selection and retention and terra of juatic.. of the supreme date of this section), warrants such a reprimand. The commission shall it 1. found and declared that such community.
court and judges of district courts of appeal and for the be composed of: purpo. includes redevelopment
filling of vacancies in such offices.

(1)) Two judges at district courts ot appeal selected by the judges (II'' The clearance, rer1anninq, reconstruction, conservation, or
8e It Resolved the of the State of Floridan rehabilitation of residential or nonrasirential
by Legislature slum
or blighted
areas
of those
courts, two circuit judges selected by the judges ot the circuit contributing to the spread 0' disaass and crime r.onsti.utinq an economic

That the following amendments to Section. 3, 10 and 11 of Article V of courts and two judges of county courts selected by the judges of those or social liability contrl""tinQ to. .'ecrsase ln the tas ba.e, or
the State Constitution are hereby agreed to and shall b. .ubmitt.d to the courts; impairing sound growth, and

electors of this state for approval or rejection at the general election
to b. held in November 1916. ((2)) Two electors who reside in the state, who are members ot the the ((2)resale) The or gift resale of 0' mach property to any private person or entity or

bar of Florida and who shall be chosen by the governing body of the NOW, THEREFORE, such property to any r'uhlia or governmental entity,

ARTICLE V bar of Florida: and
JUDICII.RYSECTION

3. Supreme court.a ... (3)) Five electors who reside In the state, who have never held judicial
office or been members ot the bar ot Florida, and who shall be appointed De It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Floridas {
( ORCANIZATION..The supreme court shall consist of seven ju.tic.
Of the seven justices, each appellate district shall have at least one by the governor.b That the amendments to Sections 3 ant' 1an the creation 0' Section 16 i
justice e ect orapo nte rom the district_to__the supreme court who of Article VII of the State Constitutlon set forth below are sQr..ed to i
( ) The members ot the judicial qualifications commission shall and shall be submitted to the
serve .lectors 0' .
S e resident 0 the dis rlC t at the time 0 s Original a 0 n men r Florid for approval or t
e ec ion five justices shall constitute a quorum. The concurrence 0 staggered terms, not to exceed six years, as prescribed" by general law. rejection .t the general election to b" held in November 1576sARTICLr 1

four Ju.tice. shall be necessary to a deci.ion. When recusals for cause No member ot the commission except a justice or judge shall be eligible

would prohibit the court from convening because of the requirements of for state judicial office so long as he is a member of the commission and
this section, judges assigned to temporary duty may be substituted forjustices. VII
for a period ot two )ears thereafter. No member of the commission shall P'INANr AVn TAYATION ,

hold office in a political party or participate In any campaign for judicial SECTION 3. Taxes, exemptions.a ... ,

(b) JURISDICTIO ..-Th. supreme courts office or hold public office; provided that a judge may participate In his ( ) All n ed hv a Muni.ipality and used exclusively by lt !
own campaign for judicial office and hold that otfice. The commission for murjaipal or public purposes shall hft exempt from ta.ation. I.
((1'' Shall hear appeals from final of trial courts imposing shall el Ict one ot its members as its chairman municipality owning property outside the municipality, may be required
the death penalty and from orders of trial courts and decisions of by general law to make payment to thft t..inq unit in which the property t
district courts of appeal initially and directly passing on the validity (c) Members ot the judicial qualifications commission not subject to i. 10c.t.d. Such portions 0' property are "s..d predominately for ,
of a state statute or. federal statute or treaty, or construing a Impeachment shall be subject to removal from the commission pursu.ntto educational, literary, scientific, r.lininus or charitable purpnses may \
provision of the state or federal con.titution. b. exempted by general law from taxattnn. '
the provisions of Article IV, Section 7, Florida Constitution.d j

from final (Ib) There shall he exempt from Taxation, c.lfttively" to every head R!
((2)) When provided by general law, shell hear appeals
of a family residing in this state, hnus..hol" nno.le end personal ." .cts I
judgments and orders of trial courts imposing life imprisonment or final
to the value fixed hv general law, not lees Than one Thousand. I
entered in validation of bond or ( ) The commission shall its dollars ,
judgments proceedings for the adopt rules regulating proceedings, the and to every widow or person who t. blind or totally and rernanently
certificates of indebtedness filling of vacancies by the appointing authorities, the disqualification ot disabled, property to the value fixes "y nenerel law not less than five

members, and the temporary replacement of disqualified or incapacitated hundred dollars.c .
((3)) May review by certiorari any decision of a district court of
appeal that affects a class of constitutional or .tats officers that members. The conlmission' ru'ef: or any part thereof, may be repealed by ( ) When authorized and a. defined to naneral law -aaaed tov II two-
passes upon a question certified by a district court of appeal to b. of general law enacted by a n.aJhrity. n.te ot the membership of each house thtr s vote 0 e membership n each "...., .n cO"'un" re eve o men
gr at public interest, or that i. in direct conflict with a decision or ot the legislature, or by the supreme, court, five justices concurring. .n a. approved the elected governing nay rov.. or such tote
or partial
any istrict court of appeal or of the supreme court on the same question As4ep eeeaswmessdoU.e to' reatovei e, publie repeimww1 I &I ee. :jwetaeew ," lands within exemption rom taxation. 0 n n v..n 0 a m rovemen on
of 1 and any interlocutory order passing upon a matter which Ui'O'. a community rateye op..ent ar..a. y such mot or "net It.
fwigs, the, record ed Ike p'lI.utli"B!! e-&toPe t eammieeiwn, eft.u benen.ie
final judgment would be directly app..l.ble to the supreme court, and ma, for such period or period. 0' time, not :
exceeding
issue writ 0' certiorari to commissions established by general la. pwhhe. Until fo.1 cfurllu against 11. justice 01' judge are filed by any In.t.nee. twenty-five veers In
having statewide juri.dlction. the eommillllioll with the dale of the supreme court of Florida all pro-

ell.clingll bll 01' before the commission, shall be confidential; provided, however SECTION e. Taxation .........nt.--By general law regulations shall
((1/) Iay issue writs of prohibition to courts and commissions if upon 11. finding oj probable' cause and the filing "y the coin mission be yalores pre.cribed taxation which, shall secure a just valuation of all property for .d
causes within the jurisdiction of the court to review, and all provided
supreme
with said
; clllrk 01 neck formal charges against a justice or judge such
writs necessary to the complete exercise of its juri.dlction.
ehargllll and all further Pl'oceedingll before the commission shall be pu"lie. I.) Agricultural land or land used exclusively for non-eom.erci.1

((5)) May issue writs of mandamus and quo w.rranto to state officer, The commission may with seven members concurring recommend to the solely recreational on the purposes basis of may Character be classified or use. by general law and assessed

and state agencies. supreme court the temporary suspension ot any justice or judge against

r whom formal charges are pen.ting. aed .tie she weal 114 ewprene sewetwopund Ib) to qeneral l.w .
((6)) hay, or any justice may, i..u. writs of habeas corpus returnavlc l as stock inrtrade and 1iv..tock be valued propllrty .specified
befawe tw: m..WftheariPlg08 .ay for
.ad t.x.tion
eueT 3ualie. se odds a44 pwnwed age e .t
before the supreme court or any justice, a district court of appeal or percentage of its value.IC j
any judge thereof, or ]any circuit judge. .14 eIo.u ite pwb44e. Oihurwlie.M preeeedimfpe b.4e" Ike e4aamimeiee I

slNoU be een4idre4 I t$ wn44 a eeeemmesdaliea! 4e filed with 1Ae ) Pursuant to general law sesed h a two-third. vote of the

(1)( ) Shall have the power of direct review of administrative attic: ekM .s 'M ewpraae eruct. *emtn-.l''4 eent v.4 .e puw. eepr4smeed Nwb4eh r er.a era my 0 II eae valued oust real ro r within a caeaun r eve 0 men
prescribed by general law, or ama on a t e value 0 e 1
time eue4n peeeeediag. ek.u beeosme pubii record.e rave men. fora ear iately r or 0 redevelopment sc eve 0
r 0 or r. time, nor 0 excee we or suc.rem
( ) The commission shall have access to all information from all conditions, an restrictions e
and as m.y be pre.crlbed awaCTOW I
clerk
a by qener.l
(c) CLERK AND HARSHAL..The supreme court shall appoint a .
and executive, legislative and Judicial agencies, including grand juries, subJect
marshal who shall hold office during the pleasure of the court '8. financing 0'
perform such duties .e the court direct.. Their compensation shall be to the rules of the commi.on.: At any time, on request of the speaker of community redevelopment projects... !

fixed by general law. The marshal shall have the power to execute the the house ot representatives or the governor, the commission shall make

process of the court throughout the state, and in any county may deputize available aU information ill the po..ion 01 tllll eommlssion for use Inconsideration COllt"lf
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Candidates seeking public from: Alma Thompson of
office are required to file Lawtey,and Lubedla Bostic of Campaign Contributions Listedseeking
reports of campaign contribu- Gainesville.Tom $193.15 of the : Holliday running
in his bid for a
tions and to fund his
expenditures with Casey currently ':::1..: 196468.'A'.N. consecutive term as
appropriate governmentalagencies. assigned as principal at Brad- the school board seat from June Brown of Lawtey.V.L. District 5 commission seat, first :running for the office, the / board member for Dis
In county elections ford High reports contribu- from District 4 which was Starling, also seekingthe reports funding his own cam reports funding his campaign had 3 reported spending
these reports are filed with thefkrk'Bofflce tions totaling $2,385 and vacated by retiring board District 1 commissionpost paign to a total of$490 thus far with.$925 of his own money board from ,

t on the first and expenditures of $1,496, thus member Rodney Hall, reports reports contributions of with expenditures of $482.65. and upending that same
third Monday of the month. far in his campaign for super contributions of $550 and $520 and expenditures of Six incumbent office holders amount in qualifying fees.

Bradford County political intendent of schools. expenditures of $451.65. $456.13 through the August 16 running unopposed for reelection Supervisor of Elections
f\ candidates filed the following Casey, who has contributed Parmenter, an office supply filing date. He is the sole con- also reported cam- Neva Flynn, who wasappointed

)I reports Monday, August 16. $2,120 to his own campaign, store manager and Universityof tributor to his campaign.In paign contributions and to that post by the .e
Incumbent North Florida Senior, lists a the District 3 commissionrace 1963 to
Property lists contributions from: C.C. expenditures. on August 16. governor iq replace "
I Appraiser Gene Long, who is Anderson of Lawtey, $100; $20 contribution from Jean Incumbent Ralph Sheriff Dolph Reddish, retiring elections supervisor'Mrs.
": for the first Francis L. Tayor of Jackson Chitty of Starke, in addition to Bryant reports contributionsof unopposed in his bid for a Marian Crosby and Has
time in 24 years, reports total ville,$100; Myrna Lou Rahn of the $530 he has contributed to $800 and expenditures totaling second term since succeeding been unopposed since the 1964

contributions of $1,570 and Starke, $25; C.A. Priesler of his own campaign.Incumbent $391.65. Bryant providedall his father in the post, reports balloting,reports contributing & fo
expenditures of $1,354.64. Hampton, $20; Janice Johns county commis- funding of his campaign contributing $1,200 to his $684.15 to her campaign and
Long lists a $100 contribution of Bayless Highway, $10; andRobert sioner from District 1 D.L."Dave" through August 16. ,campaign and expenditures of spending $674,15 thus far.

from his wife, Marian, L. Brown, Jr. of Shuford reports con Maxie Carter, Bryant's ;$1,195. Circuit Court Clerk Gilbert L
and a $20 contribution from Starke, $10.Dewey tributions of 1,572.94 and opponent in the District, 3 Tax Collector J.R. Kelly, "Gib" Brown,who has servedin

J.J. Wolbert, Starke attorney B. McKinney, also expenditures to date totaling commission race, has contributed -who-' will begin an eighth term office unopposed since 1970, LITTLE IMPORT-Although mOlt of the food we eat
in addition to the $1,450 he seeking the school superinten- $964.42. He is the sole contri- the $1,025 total to his (.January and has had no reports spending $1,083.70 of is American grown, we still need a giant network for
donated to his own campaign. dent's post, reports contribu- butor thurs far to his cam- campaign thus far and reports :.opposition. only once since the$1,100 he contributed to his shipping It across the country.fc3eH1gNEtS40 .

a Long's opponent, Jimmy tions of $1,920 and expendi- Mitchell expenditures of $709.55. campaign.
Alvarez, a University of Flo- tures of $1,631.22.McKinney Brown, who is Hazel U. Paulk, running for IOClalaa09I0011811' '10Ua1Ia1001,( hI"" 'iI"" l'lr' ll.( l'o, I tt0a1118p910a1laeU9lQp' !
rida senior, reports contribu- challenging Shuford for the her first full-term from District .
currently '
tions totaling $1,720 and District 1 commission seat, 5 county commission,
assigned as principal at
expenditures of lists contributions of $860 and reports contributions of $1,500 .
$1,466.83. Starke r
Elementary contri- '":
,
Funding for his for buted expenditures of 86462. He and expenditures of $482.13. BsALL
campaign to his
$1,810 CHANEL
own cam- ,
the property appraiser's post paign and lists additional has provided all funding thus She is the sole contributor.Joe Elil'; : ,,: '
includes $50 contributions from far in his campaign, with the Pentecost, who is challenging -
funding : Charles Flyn of : .
exception of a $30 contribution Mrs. Paulk for the
from: Walter Alvarez, David Starke, $60; Charles C. Johnsof -,

Browning, Gregory Alvarez Starke, $25; Maida S. Kahnof 23 CHANNELS HA FACTORY UPDATE GUARANTEEDon't
and Mrs. Verda B. Johns, all Ft. Lauderdale, $15; and
of Starke. Alfred and Janice Johns of E"ii
Alvarez lists $100 contribu- Bayless Highway, $10. f IN SiiRi"E'lI Wait Buy Now

tions from Johnnie B. Thompson In the school board District

Starke restaurant owner, 4 race, Royce Joyner, .
and Merritt Williams, local Hampton building contractor 1 ; =:1 CONVERT LATERS

insurance agent.In reports contributions and I

addition to the $1,200 he expenditures both totaling I A C I II I I I S s Save Lois Of Green Stamps S S S
contributed
to his own $410. Joyner is the sole contributor -

received campaign$60, Alvarez contributions has Vernon to his Parmenter campaign., also IN I E ',I/li1fffiiI/iii/tIi// / / / 1 1I II Offer Good Thru Sept. 3 While Supply Lasts -


I 'I REG. SALE REG. SALE
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Your High School Diploma I L T 1 ., I III PACE 143 73985 $9995 $16 66 PACE 1000 M 3999S $34285PACE |


I E 144 *19495 $15425 JOHNSON 123 A 159OS $998a
By Taking The GED Tests.

Applications For The GED Tests I N R I II WE CARRY COBRA HI GAIN SHARP SONIC CRAIG We Service What We Sell-

4'x8' SHEETS
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Are Being Taken At The Bradford-

Union Area Vocational Technical 1 G Prices $ 29 9 I FREE INSTALLATION I I Antenna Not Included Special Sales And Base Units Excluded.


Center. The Deadline Is
Sept. 10, Start AtVAUGHNJOHNSON Most Radios at AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND in Starke "Purchased Between


1976. See Us For Your Kitchen Aug. 1 & Dec. 31 1976" Are Able To Be Updated To 40 Channels


Call 964-6150 For Information. Cabinet Needs


Examinations Are Scheduled AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND


Sept. 13-16 From 1:00: Pm10:00: Pm CO. .

155 W. CAII St 964.7329 AD IS TOO SMALL TO TELL IT ALL -
Sept. 17 From 8:30: Am. 4:00: Pm. 140 Starke 964-5711"
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I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Continued
e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e .

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirements of House Joint Resolution No. 291A
(a) When provided by general law passed by a two-thirds vote o* the section 101.161 Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendment
membership 0 sac ou+e a valorem ax co .c ons f1-ie Eexinn proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows JOINT RESOLUTION proposing the creation of Section 14. of Article -.
authority of the taxing unit within which the conmunlty redevelopment
X of {the State!' Constitution relating to state retirement systems.
project is located exceeding ad va orem tax collections produced at prate Proposes an amendment to Article VII of the State Constitution to .

of tax levy each year *y iuch taxing authority upon the as"ease provide a new Section 16 which authorizes the issuance of revenue bonds .Bp! H Resolved by the.Legislature. ff the State'of Florida '' ''. ".."'
valuation of taxable property wlfchin each community redevelopment area aareflected to finance or refinance housing and related facilities in Florida,
in the lust value tax roll existing prior to the adoption by secured primarily by pledged revenues at least equal to the annual bond That the creation of Section 14 of Article X of the State Constitution set
the governing ody of ice taxing authority of the community rerli velorme'nPlan: payments. Limiting the bonds' which may be outstanding in one fiscal forth below is to and
agreed shall be submitted to the electors of Florida
plan may bf* allocated to and used by a community redevelopment agency to year, to $100,000,000.
finance or refinance each community re gvelopmenr project.b for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November

Filed in Office Secretary of State June 14, 1976. 1976:
( ) Community redevelopment projects as may be authorized by general
law may Senate Joint Resolution No. 266A .' ARTICLE X


((1)) Redevelop property for residential .rpcr@a -ional, commercial, orindustrial JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Article II of the MISCELLANEOUSSECTION
uses; ""* State Constitution, adding section 8, prohibiting by July 1,
1978 and thereafter, the number of full-time salaried state 14. State retirement systems benefit changes.-A governmental -

((2)) Acquire property hy eminent Domain by any city, county, or employees from exceeding one percent of the state population unit responsible for any retirement or pension system supportedin
authority created hy general or spec a1Zaw, and estimates prohibiting the number of part-time state employeesfrom whole or in part by public funds shall not after January 1, 1977, provideany
exceeding ten percent of the full-time employees.Be increase in the
benefits to the members or beneficiaries of such
((3)) Resell or transfer anch property to any private person pursuantto unless
system such unit has
made makes for
or concurrently provision
criteria may be established r-y general law. It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida
the funding of the increase in benefits on a sound actuarial basis.
'
general law That the following amendment to Article II of the State Constitution
(to) Conyinntty redevelopment plans a< r ay be authorized hy
shall is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of this state BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirementsof

for approval or rejection at the general election to be held In November section 101.161, Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendment pro-

((1)) contain the findings and de ermln tlons of the elected aovrnirVT 1976 posed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows:
body that the cofummity redevelopment" area i s.. alun or Mirchted areatami
:.. ARTICLE': II Proposing to add Section 14 to Article X of the State Constitution to
GENERAL
PROVISIONS provide that increases in the benefits payable under governmental
SECTION B. State 1 1978 and thereafter the any sup
employees.--By July ,
((2)) contain the Bindings and determinations! of the elected novernin
number of full-time salaried state employees, excluding officers electedby ported retirement system after January 1, 1977, be fully funded by the gov-
body! tftat th p community rpcpvp I opmen agency as a eas e method orplan
popular vote and persons appointed to fill such offices, shall not ernmental unit.
to inclmlc* replacement housing, ror.E'1'''* relocation of ergs
emporarily or fliplaced from housing facilities within the exceed one percent of the official estimate of the state population for
community reileveloppient permanently, arpa. the preceding year and the number of part-time state employees shall not Filed in Office Secretary of State June 2, 1975.
exceed ten percent of the full-time employees* but the governor, with the

(il I) When authorized by general law passed hy a two-thirds vote o* theme approval of three members of the cabinet, may be authorized by law to

Drs hip of each house, any municipality, county, district, or approve additional positions to meet emergencies for the duration of the Senate Joint Resolution No. 999A
authority create by general or special law may issue revenue hond+ emergency.
secured solely by a pledge of and payable from tax revenues derived JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Article IV of the
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following statement be placed on the
pursuant to aubiection (a) to finance or refinance community
ballots State Constitution adding section 10, authorizing the creation of a

capitol and mansion commission.Be .
from which
redevelopment projects within the community redevelopment area
CONSTITUTIONAL AMKNDMHNT
such taxes were derived. ARTICLF. II It,Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida:

with the requirements of Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to prohibit by July
BP IT FURTHER RESOLVED Statutes that in, accordance the substance of the .amendments 1 1978 and thereafter, the number of full-time salaried state employees That the following amendment to Article IV of the State Constitution
Florida
section 101.161 herein,shall on the ballot as follows excluding officers elected by popular vote and persons appointed to fill is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of this state for
proposed appear such offices, from exceeding one percent of the official estimate of the approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November 1976:
Proposing amendments to Sections 3 and 4 and the creation of Section state population for the preceding year and prohibit the number of part-
16 of Article VII of the State Constitution authorizing tax exemptionsand time state employees from exceeding ten percent o* the full-time ARTICLE IV
at less than just valuations for purposes of community employees; but the governor, with the approval of three members of the
assessments or renewal of slum or blighted areas and authorizing the cabinet, may be authorized by law to approve addiMnnal positions to meet EXECUTIVESection
redevelopment
of the ad valorem tax revenues derived from a community emergencies for the duration of the emergency.
use of portions
project, and the issuance of bonds pledged to such 10. Capitol and Mansion Commission.-There may bt createdby
redevelopment revenues, for the purpose of financing or refinancing such community Filed in Office Secretary of State June 4, 1976. law a capitol and mansion commission with authority to establish and

redevelopment activity. maintain a basic plan or scheme for furnishing, decorating and alteration -
Committee Substitute 'for Senate Joint Resolutions Nos. 61 and 1398A of the governor's mansion and the capitol building complex, consistent

Filed in Office Secretary of State June 10, 1976. RESOLUTION proposing anamendnent to Section 18, ArticleI with the architecture and the historic and symbolic nature of the buildings.The .
JOINT
House Joint Resolution No. 1779A of the State Constitution, to authorize the Legislature to terms of the members shall not exceed years.
regulation promulgated by the executive
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Article VII of the branch nullify and any providing rule or for deferral with respect to such BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following statement be placedon

State Constitution to provide a new Section 16 relating to nullification and to provide for suspension o' such rule as the ballot:
bonds for housing and related facilities.
provided by law. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT .

Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida ARTICLE IV

That the following addition of Section 16 to Article VII of the, amendment to Section 18 of Article I of the State
That the following
Constitution of the State of Florida, as an amendment to such article, is, Constitution Is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electorsof Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to authorize a
hereby
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Florida for this state for approval or rejection at the general election to be capitol and mansion commission with authority to establish and maintaina
approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November held in November 1976i plan for the furnishing decorating, and alteration of the capitol building
1976| said Section 16 to be effective immediately upon ratification by complex and the governor's mansion.
the electors ARTICLF.I
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS Filed in Office Secretary of State June 4, 1975.
SECTION 16. Bonds for housing and related community development SECTION 18. Administrative penalties.--No administrative agency shall

facilities. impose a sentence of imprisonment .nor shall it impose any other penalty
as provided by law. Any administrative rule of any agency of the CODING: Words in **w"* th ouglt type are deletions from existing law;
except
(Ca) When authorized by law, revenue bonds may be issued without an executive branch may be nullified hy concurrent reso ut on or tneLegislature words in italics are additions.
election to finance or refinance housing and related facilities In on the qrounHfchak the rule ia witnouc or In excessor.
Florida (herein referred to as 'facilities') delegated leglalative authority and may he suspended as provided by law

the however by a majority vote ot the novernor anq IN TESTIMONY \WHEREOF I have hereunto set my
of and shall be payable on same 0roun ,
secured by a pledge
(Cb) The bonds shall be the suspension may fee eUferrea un acted upon ny _tne_
of revenues to be derived from cabinet hand and affixed the Great Seal of the Stateof
at
primarily from all or any part loan Legislature. failure of the "Legislature to disapprove the suspension

financing, operation or sale of or assets such that facilities may be legally mortgage availablefor or the next regular eaalon shall automatically reinstate the rule. Florida at Tallahassee The Capital this
revenues
other
payments such, and purposes any derived from sources other than ad valorem taxation BE IT FURTHER RESOLVTD that the followinq statement be placed on the the 19 day of August A. D. 1976.
including revenues from other facilities, or any combination thereof
ballot!
(herein collectively referred to as "pledged revenues )

CONSTITUTIONAL AMFNPMFNT
(Cc) No bonds shall be Issued unless a state fiscal agency, created by ARTICLE I. SECTION 18
law, has made a determination that In no state fiscal year will the debt amendment to the State Constitution to authorize the
Proposing an
the bonds proposed to be issued and all other &v
service requirements of suspend rule or regulation promulgated
Legislature to nullify or any 4ASECRET
exceed the pledged revenues
bonds secured by the same pledged revenues defined the executive branch of state government act providing a procAdure'forthe ''
as
bylaw
available for payment of such debt service requirements deferral of any such nullification which rule or regulation, :.
""'
delegated 'legislative authority. SMAIHER
without or In excess of (SEAL)

(Cd) The total bonds outstanding shall not exceed 1100,000,000 in any Filed In Office Secretary of State June 10, 1976. ARY OF STATE 8/281 823August26,1976

one fiscal year.



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I Reduced Price, Free Lunch Policy Announced For Bradford Students_ _

chil- requested either orally or In School Cafeteria will serve a
The Bradford County School School Lunch Program shown are eligible for free or office in each school. All school writing of C.E. Douglas, dir- nutritious Type A lunch each
Board has announced its 1976Local school officials have reduced-price meals! with free dren enrolled at one
ector of business, 582 N. day. Students may buy lunch t
77 policy for free and reduced adopted the following family milk In addition, families not should be and listed returned on one to appli-the Temple Avenue, Starke, for 50 cents at the elementary A
cation
price meals and free milk for size Income criteria for deter. meeting these criteria but school where the children are Florida 32091, phone number schools or 60 cents at Bradford
children unable to pay the full mining eligibility; with other unusual expensesdue enrolled. 064-61100. Middle School and Bradford
price of meals and milk Children from families with to unusually high medical The information providedon If a family member be- High School. Extra milk at all
served under the National income at or below the levels expenses, shelter costs in the application is confidential comes unemployed or if schools is 10 cents.
excess of 30 percent of family size changes, the Since many young childrenand
and will be used only for
income, special education family should contact the older students eat light
"Within Your Means Now, Peace Of Mind Always" expenses due to the mental or the purpose of determining

A HELPING HAND Family 1 Free Meals 1 and Free Milk Reduced Price Meals

Size Weekly Biweekly Monthlv) Annual Weekly Biweekly Monthlv) Annual --. 1

We ore qualified In helping a family to clearup 1 56 113 S 245 S2.940 $_ 110 S 220 $ 477 5.730 -

many matters In which most families don't 2 74 148 321 3.860 144 289 627 7.530

know about 3 91 183 398 4,780 179 358 776 9.320 Final day tag buyers file into tax collector's office. More than
1 I.We take the surviving spouse to Social 4 109 219 475 5.700 213 427 925 11.110 1.000' ) persons put off purchasing new license decals in Bradford

Security Office. 5 125 251 545 ,6.550 245 491 1.064 12 770 County.Union .
2. We apply for the Veteran's benefits for the 6 142 284 615 7.390 277 554 1.200 14 410

widow, pension, flag, grave marker etc. 7 156 313 I 680 8.160 305 611 1.325 15,910 Line Blues
3. We help families with insurance forms Long Tag .
8 171 343 743 8.920 334 668 _1.j 17.390
which have to be typed and notarized
9 184 369 800 9.610 360 720 1.561 18,740
These are |lust a few of the added services More than 1,000 persons put 3H( ), generally had the same
10 198 396 858 10.300 386 772 1,674 20.090 "I won't wait 'till'
comment.
which we are glad to provide in helping a familyin off buying new license plate
we can. 11 211 422 915 10.990 412 824 1.785 21.430 tags for their automobiles, the last day again." At onetime
any way
i 12 224 449 I 973 11-680 437 875 1 1.897 22.770 trucks, trailers and boat the lines extended out-
trailers until the final day side the courthouse and backto
!For Each deadline, last Friday.A Grund Street which runs in
Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE back of the courthouse.Friday's .
Additional1ember
M. ARCHER L.F.D 13 _u 26 57 690 25 51 111 1.340 check of the tag sales
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-- lines
301 S. Starke, Fla physical condition of a child, eligibility. Applications may school to file a new application. breakfasts or no breakfast at receipt revealed book that Monday tax collec-morn- have been t the long last of their may
and disaster or casualty lossesare be submitted at any time during Such changes may make all, parents should providesome ing, wrote kind, as auto tags will now
964-5757 urged to apply the year. the children of the family eli- type of lunch for their tor office personnel for final day expire on the last day of the
Application forms are being In certain cases foster children gible for reduced price meals, children, either a bag lunch or 1,320 tag receipts twelve-hour owner's birth month.
Funerals Monuments sent to all homes in a letter to are also eligible for these or for additional benefits suchas a cafeteria lunch. "Do take buyers, during a and
between 8 a.m. 8
"Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence" parents. Additional copies are benefits. If a family has foster-; free meals with milk if the advantage of the free and period Political candidates found a
available at the principal's children living with it and family income falls at or reduced price lunch programif p.m captive audience in the tag
wishes apply for such meals below the levels shown above. qualify," food
you urges "We lines of last week, but at least
and milk for them, it should In the operation of child service coordinator Delores until kept waiting on people in," one county office seeker took
contact the school. Under the feeding programs, no child Morgan. clerk they stopped said of coming final the campaign elsewhere upon
provision of the policy each will be discriminated against The National School Lunch rush one that 8 o'clock day discovering that the final day
\ PQ school center will review because of race sex, color, or Program was set up to pro last adding by buyers were in less than good
Friday evening everyonein
applications and determine national origin. vide hot nutritious meals for line had been served. humor.
R ALL Y l eligibility. Each school and the office of the children who are eligiblefor A few people evidentlyfound
If a parent is dissatisfiedwith the Bradford County School free and reduced meals Persons standing in the tag a way to beat the final
the ruling made at the Board has a copy of the com- and to provide low cost meals line last Friday, which at one day rush of last Friday, they
school, the decision may bo plete policy which may be for the children who pay the time during the late afternoon were in a much !shorter line
discussed with the determining reviewed by any interested full price hours was estimated at some :Monday morning
7:00 P.M. SAT. AUGUST 28 official on an informal party
:
basis. A formal appeal may be Each Bradford CountyDOJ'


FOOTBALL STADIUM, STARKEAll I County Teachers


..he p arkin Jot Vote Friday On First
Democratic Candidates Invited To Speak -
1
State, District and Local .7aaJ WLLM.U Negotiated Contract


Pre-Rally Supper Served by Woman's Club of Starke ri, FJWJg

Union County teachers vote Contract negotations held back last! year weie used
Sponsored By 404 W Madison( St. Starke on their first negotiated between teacher for heating and air
contract package tomorrow representatives and the Union conditioning renovations .it
Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee 819.8128II Can For Appointment Closed Sun, & Mon Friday August 27, the voting school board's bargainingteam the middle and, l'Il'l1Il'l1tal"\
!.; (Next To Piggly Wiggly) outcome expected to be knownby concluded last week, schools'
964-5221 early evening, followingthe following more than 200-hours The total amount asiaidcdinmslnutional
2:30: balloting. of contract talks between the t staff rinses inSlJ.tHio
two sides during the past \: bringing the annual
seven-months, since talks I teacher payroll in 1'uion
began in January {'uu II!\' to $739,041Noninstructional:) ( )
Chief board negotiator :: staff
"Our problems are far too serious to Have the effectiveness of Howard :McNeil), an personnel !recently !received
.
administrative assistant to an 8.5 percent an'... 1'inl'n'aM'
the insurance commissioner That's t
compromised. why am
the supermtindent of schools, and the only
declining all financial contributions from says the contract, on which counts's eight administrators
do you know. teachers will vote Friday. were awarded in average 5.5
.
the insurance industry. I pledge fair and includes a new salary scale percent increase during the

impartial decisions in the best interests of calling for average pay school' \ board's meeting of
increases of about six-percent t \10Kespondmg
August(
how double all the people. for the county's 76-membcr I to questions 1
to instructional staff concerning I the problem ,areas
McNeil; explained that the the two sides encountered!
base pay for starting ,'achers during the recently teacher
is up $2ixi to SH.2IHI. and that contract talks. :McNeill:: said
rm annual increments have been "heated, 1 discussions arose
phone set at $225 thus a teacher over the academic freedom
your power beginning their second year in provisions in the proposed
the county will receive an contract package He said the I
1O increase of23\ over last 1 board 't'l'I)1) (IIIll'd the
)'ear's salary. teacher right to present
Does your phone stop ringing before you get Salary increments held controversial materials, but
there to ? back last year will be given to added that such! material must t
answer Maybe need closer
you a teachers this year, accordingto 1 be closely related to the

phone to save you time, energy and money, or McNeil:: ), who lidded that subject\ matter being(
For Treasurer teachers entering their third discussed! and are In be
to give you the convenience, security and year in the county will receivea presented in an "Ul1hHl l'd'
$(50 raise.. fashion
privacy you want. Whether farm, business or Insurance Commissioner$ IncidentalllIl''Il'.1I> : :: said :McNeil:: said the leathers
teacher salary increments chief negotiator :lark
family home. an economical extension phone DuBois had resigned' his

adds extra position in the l'lIlll1ly.s school
service and doubles your phone system However he

power. Telephone service continues to be a (:McNcilli:: i did not t leel the
..
resignation had any thing in do
bargain. Helping you with extra conveniences with the contract'talks He
noted that DuHois. wheiis.1ill
an important part of Continental's job. E\ed\ JIMMY helping out with the contract
!settlement will return to
RT 1 11)r school for posi graduate


(c.V;"m Continental Telephone SystemAn t studies,11'111'1'In addition this( representiitiv fall (II o DuHuls.t .

Equal Opportunity Employer 'j included I.onita :\Il'(ilii. Hiilplialker
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\\' and Alici
ALVAREZPROPERTY Frankenbeiger 1\
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"- If teachers vote to accept
the contract package Fndas
it w ill then go before the board
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I Want To Answer Your Questions


In The Past Few Weeks Several Of You Have Asked Why I Chose To Run For

This Office. This Is My Answer, Honestly And SimplyI


I Believe That: The County: Courthouse
/ Ask

Belongs To You I

I Charley
You Are Entitled To County Offices That Are Helpful, Efficient, And CourteousI "r
E.John..

I Believe It's Vital That: Young People In This .


County Become Involved In Government :


Problems We Are Facing Will Only Grow Worse If They Are Not Dealt With "The About finance Thin. Question. company:

-- Now. I Believe That Young People Can And Should Help To Find Solutions To Insured my new' car in the
deal.Now I find that I paid a
TTT These Problems.I higher premium, hidden

!: I Am Not And Will Not Be Obligated Any local charge insurance, and lack agent having to a

r really fight for my claim,
_
Individual Or Organization Can insist that I trade my

car only, and not my local
: My Only Obligation Will Be To You, The People Of Bradford County, And My agent?"

Only Special Interest; Will Be To Give You Good Honest Government Cluirl:' *y K.;


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Union! County political 3 Races In

Raiford campaigns condidates to voters take In their the Heating Up Union Countycounty down.Douglas, a Union county

area tonight native and former county

Thursday fourth of Aug. 27, in the commissioners a "high level" and never chairman for Union he will work to Todd If constable pledges to spend as
a series of approved a $500 County High from 1956 to 1960, County District 5, says promised, elected to much time to
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month u
per resorted to "gutter politics or told the audience he and taxes if be fulltime commissionerand necessary
community rallies sponsored raise for Driggers. Hendricks and is presently head of the would bea cut expenses a serve the
by the county's Democratic further stated that mudslinging. lie said he- physical education fulltime board member. elected. to work to keep taxes county.
Committee with challengers commissioners none of the would continue to serve all the department at Lake City Mrs. Shealy a resident of Harlie Ellington, owner and "
expected to level additional could people of Union County and Community College.Incumbent Union County for the past 10- operator of a construction
criticism against incumbent remember approving the Cason, who has years said she would work for company, said the job of Elect
office holders in at least three raise. held office for the past 12- a more efficient school running the county is "big 6Sfr
rao>s.The. Driggers responded to a years, told the Worthington system, if elected. She business" and said his TCounty
clerk of the circuit Hendricks' charge saying "If Springs audience that there outlined her qualifications for experience qualifies him for 1.t\
courst superintendent of we relied on memory alone, was "nothing to return to" in the board position including the commission seat. \\
shcools and supervisor of there woudl" !be no need to keep responce to his challengers' volunteer work with youth. Blair Harrison, at 31 one of
elections races heated up last minutes. demands on returning to the Incumbent School board the youngest office seekers
week during a Thursday night .. member Crawford told the this year in Union County, told \\ .
rally held at Worthington '. T. ; ffi audience that he will oppose the audience that his
Springs. The crowd of about r, ft+ millage increases for the qualifications included
300 attending at the "'ri ''f J ,. schools. operating his private
In the District 1 school business. He noted that he is a \
Locrtheinpton ball park te4r'
was .." ::i. \\
board
somewhat smaller than the race, Incumbent Bessie fourth-generation Union Q
crowd the previous week at Griffis told the crowd that he Countian.In .
Providence. In the clerk's would continue to work to save the District 1 county
race challenger Bryan tax dollars. Challenger commission race, incumbent
Hendricks a Union County Nathan Trowell says it may Paul Riherd is challenged by
Commissioner
farmer, leveled charges of take more funding to improvethe Sam Johns a selfemployedLake
falsifing county commission schools. Butler service station
meeting minutes against Candidates seeking electionto operator.David. District 5
McGill
veteran clerk Robert A. Billy the three county E. "Skip"
Driggen. not just a "wealthy special Woodington county
interest group." commissioner from District 3, LET A PROVEN, SUCCESSFUL
Hendricks is expected to U challenged in his bid for reelection -
level additional criticism by a pair of BUSINESSWOMAN
during the Raiford rally opponents, Sidney Todd and
tJimmy tonight: The community Henry M. Douglas.
CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU.
n rallies will conclude next Y. Woodington told the
CUOll Thursday, September 1, in Robert audience of the improvementshe
Lake Butler.In Driggers has helped initiate
Incumbent clerk Driggers the Supervisor of basics of education. "We've includinggreen: boxes and a Let My Past Record Be The Judge
explained to the Worthington Elections race challenger never left there" Cason w central county dump. He
Springs rally audience that Mary Hendricks, a Union stated of the basics of noted that one of county
Pd. Pol Adv 8/19-9/2
the$500 was not a raise that it County native told the education in the three-r's: dumps closed has been sold
was compensation for Worthington Springs audiencethat reading writing and and is now on the tax roles.
additional duties in that his she feels the work of the arithmetic.
office was taking on the office could be handled by one Cason said the county .
responsibilities at that time person and at a savings to schools are safe, with no Marie Woodley Vote ForRoyce "r-'T---
Bryan llrndrlcM which had previously been taxpayers.Incumbent. incidents of violence, and that commission seats up for grabs
under the clerk of Die county elections he had worked to keep taxes this year also appeared before
Hendricks implied that court. supervisor Lottie Lee Archer, for the schools down. the audience at the
IJriggers who has held the Driggers prefaced his who has held the post for the Other candidates Worthington Springs rally.In R. '
clerk's post in Union countyfor remarks to the crowd of some past 12-years told the addressing the crowd on hand the District 5 county :1, I
the past 24-years. falsified :IMK( ) persons attending last audience that while she has for the Worthington Springs commission race, four [
minutes of the August 8, 1973 week's rally at Worthington been in office only $557.05 has rally included those seeking political hopefuls are vying : i
commission meeting. During Springs. stating that he has been spent for extra help.In election to the two school for the seat vacated by C. M.
the meeting of that date, always run his campaigns on the school supertindent's board seats up for grabs in the Crews who previously
race incumbent Jimmy upcoming Sept. 7 balloting.In announced he would not seek JOYNERSchool
Cason drew criticism from a the District 4 race re-election.
1awleyCoRneil': ) 0 OK Budgetcity pair of opponents. incumbent school board Tom Jenkins, a 3O-year InJJ
Marie Woodley a veteran of member Ray Crawford, whois resident of Union County told
Law ley city commissionershave continues to be renenue 21-years public school seeking a third term is the crowd that he will be Board :
:.f
been working on the sharing, totaling almost teaching in Union County challenged by a pair of office from his
city's budget and will meet $30,000\ ) of the city's $49,433 in retiring present f' 1i. r
f ..
termed the present school seekers, R. D. Lawrence and employment soon, and will bea ...
September 9 to consider funds. State revenues sharing administration "wasteful"and Penny Shealy. full-time county District 4 w .
adopting it. funds will be $24,420 an
cited studies showing that Lawrence, a retired real commissioner.
The $49,972 budget is up federal revenue-sharing reading levels for senior in the estate broker and former Royce Shaw, also seekingthe
approximately $2,0(10( from 4628. ofrevenue county have dropped steadilyfor George Wallace campaign commission seat from R Candidati IFarIple
last year, according to clerk Other main sources the past several years.W. -
Lucille Shuford. Most of the are. property tax, A. "Billy" McGill, also
increase will go to $7,115; cigarette. tax, $2,500; incumbent Casonin
challenging
environmental planning/ and fines and forfeitures the supertmdent of schools Gospel Fill The Pee
new item in the Lawley $11.000. race said priorty spendingmust SingSat.
budget. Total for this is $uml.!) The council had previously be in the areas where the

The administrative services budget and announced taxes the to necessity 3.0 mills of in students are. McGill asked Aug. 28 -7:30: P.M.
including/ legal raising and
voters to restore "trust I Am Conscious Of Yo urtaxtionFor
city officials' salaries is order to remain qualified for faith" to the school
expected to be $3.400.:; The federal revenue-sharing superintendent's position. At Pine Grove Congregational
police department will funds McGill outlines his
operate with 16.89.: including Because property taxes qualifications for the Methodist ChurchAt DollarI
1,200 for car repair and increased last year, the city superintindent of schools'
upkeep and ".31i7 for gas and would only have had to levy the
position including: Raiford Fla.
oil. The fire departmentbudget 2.9li mills in ad alorem taxes principalship of Union County I Want Quality Educe 1
is 1400. to raise the same tax revenuesas
High from 19C5 to 1970; a
Utilities for the city are. last fiscal I year. If the masters degree in education; FeaturingThe
expected to cost around $0.000. millage is less than 3.0,
and 1 over 20-years experiencein all Our Children
The recreation budget will be however the city is in education. He was head Singing RepresentativesFrom
$1,000> and zoning is budgetedat jeopardy of losing the football coach at Union Ocala
$1,400. resenue. -sharing funds.

Main revenue source. lor theSERVICEMEN .x-. .,xrz..vacr: rtt- The Gospel ServantsFrom Vote For

:.r :\\In.. I'alriria. : : Glen St. Mary
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'11'1 ollurls.t'ultt' e\ * * * Royce R. JoynIs ler

!Hem Assigned unit! ._.@_.. Worship ServicesSun.

August To\\euther 10 Coast Patrol Guard Palm |H.'IIClill'{ ;! \ C 0.';' School 9:45: A Vote For Progressive Conn It, Schools

Lieutenant Commander I'I ist-Present-Future-t..:%: Sun. Morning Worship 11:00: A.M.
Your Vote & Support Will Be Greatl(r: AppreciatedNO.
Richard J. Beaver 3J son ofMr HELPFUL' ADVICE ON ALL AFFAIRS
: and !Mrs. Thomas I If!. Heaver ;.H,I. ,-v Lll'F.I.o i : I.1 >\ F.e Prayer Meeting Thurs. 7:30:
of Route 1, Starke. has MKIII I 1GF.ItI; : :sl\F.SS Pd. Pol. Adv. 8/28.9/2
departed the Little Creek In I'rinirv; MY
> u"'11"- of/ Home
Naval Amphibious Base Norfolk -
Va., for weather iwtrol :IIUM: III' V I .s. I. :.imi. \... of Cram; Cove Springs
as executive officer aboard : 11.1\, \tiiM* from Miiblp\ |{FHlK: lalr .. NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR INITIALS OF
the Coast Guard Cutter ==:"f =. '" ISSUING

Taney.Ids cutter equipped with a JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER i
National Weather Service
weather radar installation is o
tasked with manning Ocean REE7 Signature of Elector STUB NO.1 1 l!

Weather Station Hotel from T ..

August 1, to April 15 each '. .II. . . II.. .u. . u. :
year. Station Hotel, located .

of approximately the Virginia 200) miles, provides east .: Genuine Weed EaterModel NO NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR ISSUING INITIALS OF

an important link in the No. 500 Reg. '89" :
National Weather Service JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER
warning system. In particular With Purchase Of Any New LTD 500 I i.
the unit monitors
storms threatening the northeastern STUB NO. 2
section of the U.S. HAHN RIDER--With A Two Year A 1
In addition, Beav er's cutter .
will be available to aid in Warranty On The Transaxle
search and rescue operationsand uu
NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR
assist other cutters .Automotive Type Steering ;
engaged in fisheries patrols.He a
is a 1U04! graduate of the .Full Floating Front Axle
U.S. Coast Guard Academy.New ; .: S JUDICIAL OFFICERS i
London Conn., with a C.DiSC' Brakes S
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bachelor of science degree. .
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1 ; 26" & 30" Cuts 5,7,8,10 H.P.I BRADFORD COUNTY


Tips From Whirlpool Recoil Or Priced From $44995Electric PRECINCT NO I

Home Economists Start.-, Up

To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot mark a cross ('X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the i

Plan ahead to use the oven SAVE 30 person for whom you desire to vote
efficiently Cooking complete 1

meals mxteuil of one food item Judge of the District Court of Appeal t
is more (''uIlUIl1 iC1I1 Before On This Toro JUDICIAL
lurinitK on the oven, urrinme \ Justice of the Supreme Court, First/ Appellate District j

the oven racks to uccommo 1 'Ye'n Toro quality' engineering, "Is Justice of the Supreme Court Group 3Vot Group 2

cl.ite the baking. pan H'ram' ae.0'1 "' t.M.: ... yours in this rugged Self Group I l' ( for on.) (Votw for on.)
and economical. ....

er more 5. mower at a reduced I
price. Visit us now while (Vote for one)
Preheating in not nevi"uiaryfor -. Wind Supplies last. HARVIE S. DuVAL ARTHUR C. CANADAY
foods Unit will rook III e'..Tinmrl"
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leant an hour or when broil. v: '>i-' Model 16268 [ CHARLES R. HOllEY JOE HATCHETT RICHARD W. (DICK) ERVIN III f
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preferred for paitriea, cokesand \ ; .. .t._ I AalnammtkxaLrca FREDERICK B. KARL .
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minuttfaenough.preheat' sou, fill's.approximately When you ten do .r J _Now Only 5 1 7 9GARDENCENTER 5 [ RICHARD H. "MAX' SWANN I. I


Kemember to keep the .
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are hilI.illl/. Each time you LO.IDA !
open the door to take u peek ':. Justice of the Supreme Court, .

tinoven> to 75 temperatvirei degree. Food can ti'ke fall2.r EST Group 2 ,...c. .. ,..:.1"i.

longer to bake and the lose of ONIIOL 539 E. Call|| St., (Vote for on.) .. .''V: :, t: ..
and l lb.ihiml ,
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result I II I Home Office: Gainesville;' Fla. Esl 1949 Also In: Ocala V. RUSSELL ..' : ..... 1 .

SUmppad Ink TII": OKKICK.. .: |I Crystal River & Palatka Lake City Starke Jacksonville I- : ..;. ; '. w .
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Not Fiu-e Of l'residentialCandidate Reunion On Tap

president I can say I've beento Right now President Ford'smy
his home town. man, but I'm interesed in The descendants of William
Plains near Americus in Jimmy Carter, it's just that I H. Stone, Sr. 1843-1917, Bart rt/
southern Georgia Is where don't know anything about Crawford, Sr., 1845,1920; and / '
Carter grew up and where his him." George W.Reynolds,Sr, 1837- L::
1908,will have reunion Sept
family now maintains a large But no matter who she a 1E
pI'anut-producing operation. decided to vote for, Mrs. ember 6 at the Olustee Beach ''k i ir
Mrs Weldon was recreation area on Ocean
Weldon is taking no chances. I
accompanied on the trip by While in Plains she boughther Pond. +
her daughter !Mary and son- grandchildren some T- Participants are .
In-law. Charles Patrick, encouraged to bring a covered 5@ ,
shirts, but she made sure she lrlf .4t h
himself a peanut farmer in got the ones with just a peanut dish and folding chairs. Iced r Y Yv I
tea and plates will be fur- Ii
west Florida
on them and not Carter'sname. i
She> reports that Plains is a nished.
beautiful, clean town, even "That way, they can wear Visitors who are not mem- Y ',sra. M MP Mi
bers of the families are wel-
though the railrooad tracks do
them no matter who wins" she
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run right through the middleof laughs. come to attend.
it We were going to go and U'e'' IIW '
see v here Carter lives but the Hodges AttendsJnmuic8l1eetin ''JL*W*X*W W W w-W W
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house is invisible for the trees
and there are state troopers
guarding the driveways and l1uAv l
entrances" f

They visited Carter's busy David L, Hodges an
and of the Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Griffisof _
crowded headquarters in employee Liberty
Gladys Weldon the train station where their National Life Insurance district Lawtey announce the birthof
names and addresses were office in Gainesville a son, Patrick Joseph born Ti1
Although :Mrs Gladys t taken recently attended a company August 20 in Alachua General
Weldon insists .President Weldon that business in Jamaica.The Hospital. Maternal grand-
Airs: says as a meeting
Ford m>' man she's been result of her trip she's annual meeting, knownas parents are Mr. and Mrs. --.la ___ _
spotted in enemy territory anxious to learn more about the Torch Club, is held to Louin Redding of Starke and
lately Carter. A registered honor various district leaders paternal grandparents are Strawberry Swingers; At Graduation
The long-time Starke Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Griffis of -
Democrat she she votes and top agents in the
says
resident made a sightseeingtrip for the man,not the part. and and to brief the men company on busI- Macclenny.jttrsonats Be it known by square dancers everywhere and others of goodwill Showing the spirit of the ceremonies are new graduates (lrFirst ):
to Plains Ga.. home of did not vote for Carter in ness, travel and professional that the Strawberry Swingers have attended the College of row: Ginger Davis. Jane Parrish, DeWitt' Padgett.
Democratic presidential Florida presidential developments. Do SI Dos and Allemande Lefts and having completed the prescribed Ernestine Denmark Mary Agnes Ferguson, Sandi Duncan, Jim
candidate Jimmy Carter in priferencj primary last Hodges attended the three 3o-week course in Fun Friendliness and Good Fellow. Duncan, Jewelle Crawford Lucl (Hodges and Dim Petrella.
July She says she was "just :March day affair through superior ship and perhaps even having learned a little bit are hereby Second row: Gerrl Lewis. Carol Bruner S.G. Denmark Connie
curious" and adds, "Just .'I I just haven't dl'Cidedho sales and service to policyholders awarded the degree and title of Bachelor of Square Dancing.So Best Barbara Prevatt. Gib Brown, Mary Glssy. E.W.' (Hodges
think if he ever !becomes I rm going to vote for jet., Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner of It was last Thursday night that the fledgling square dance and Jerry Petrella. Back row: Randall Davis,Jim Lewis. Larry
Greenwood, SC. were week class of Bradford County donned mortar boards and danced Bruner.Mary Ann Kyle, Hank Kyle Verl Best :Melvin Prevatt,
with balloons between their legs during graduation ceremoniesIn and Joe Gissy.
end of Mrs. L.D. Vin-
guests Mrs. Vining also had as the Pratt Street Recreation Center. In returning the hl-jlnks The club dances every Thursday night at 8 o'clock In the Pratt
ing visitors Rev, and the Strawberry Swingers wrapped caller Gil Crosby In toilet Street Center.All square dancers,accomplished' or not, are welcome -
Tuesday tissue as he called one dance then executed a planned walk-off to Join in the fun any and every week. A new class Is to
Mrs. V.J Ragsdale of
$ Callahan during another dance all in fun.of course. start In September.



I r? PolitiTwenty cal Rally, Fish Fry Set Sept. 3 At TheressaMcKinney. I


candidates seeking District 5 State Senate area member and may also be
election including Tax
election by Bradford County School Board District 4 includes Bradford County, obtained the night of the rally.
Collector J. R. Kelly Sheriff
voters have made plans to candidates, Royce R. Joyner Dolph Reddish and School Tickets for the fish fry are Cost for the dinners will be $2
attend a political rally and and Vernon F. Parmenter Board District available from any Theressa for adults and $1.SO for I
3 member
fish fry at the Theressa have also indicated they will Volunteer Fire Department children under 12,
Community Center next attend the Theressa rally. Arthur N. Holliday will be on
hand to thank voters for
Friday Sept. 3. In addition, candidates .
returning them to office for
Political speeches are running unopposed for ref -
another
slated to begin at 8 p.m. term.
following the fish fry from 6 to f Those attending the
Used September 3 rally and fish fry
the
NEW 7:30 sponsored by
1972 : Fire Teach your children now in Theressa will also hear Elect
Theressa Volunteer ;
24x60 12x60 Department.Candidates. to use cooking utensils. At campaign speeches from C
first, give them tasks that State Representative Frank
Esquire 3 Br. Bath *A/ county offices seeking, who electionto have don't require sharp tools. Williams and two candidates TOM CASEY
When they are old enough to
wm, Fire Resistant Paroling 2 Br.F.K. indicated they will attend the teach them to seeking election to the State
include understand Senate from District 5, Terry r
Beautiful Home Theressa rally
2 Br345O Use knives properly. Putnal and Pete Skinner. The
veteran county property
Gene Long and his SUPERINTENDENTOF
appraiser
91,194. .. opponent Jimmy Alvarez. SCHOOLS

With M 1,400 Down 36OO 'the Both county's candidates superintendent vying for of Re-Elect. DAVE

ayments$133 Per Mo. public schools, Tom Casey ...
is the time to
Now get our
and Dewey McKinney will .&1-> 1

2 Single Wide Repos For $250 Down also Friday address, the audience next Shuford school system back to the


Priced At $4995 Commissioner Incumbent from District County 1 tl ._, o' County Commissioner basics in education. This can

D. L. "Dave" Shuford and his r-- Dintrkt: 1
challengers, V. L. Starlingand be done. I will be account-
kV I Continue To Pledge A Businessman
!Mitchell Brown, will also

pirn'sMobile present Theressa.speeches next Fridayat Approach To County Government. able for providing the leader-

Hazel U. Paulk and Joe W 1
Pentecost, candidates for the ship to accomplish this goal.
Homes District 5 county commissionseat I Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote

will also address the
And Support Qualified Experienced Pd Poi Adv
audience, as will District 3
Hwy 100 StarKe 964-5606 FHA Available On New Homes commission incumbent Ralph

.. Bryan and his opponents,
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$" M I '0'' r I'' r Ro" nnai, 'Camr'' Mobile Home Advertised On Television' and Charles
Maxie Carter
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TAX INCREASEThe




BIG brazier

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Raise Your Property TaxesA A full quarter-pound




Public Hearing On The Increase ANA




Will Be Held Thursday, September 9 FRENCH FRIES 79c





At 7:30: P.M. GEE, MARGARET XAWOULDN'T

WANT TO

In The Lawtey City Hall COME ANA HIS BETWEEN LOG WOOlD* GUX VA? _-=



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Explanation : Because of a slight increase in tax / *1'f


assessment values in the City of Lawtey, the city can

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raise the same number of tax dollars in 1976-77 with ta"Scrumpdi11yishus'offer


slightly less millage. To raise the same amount of tax


dollars in the coming year the city would have to levy ':

ALL DAY-

2.936 mills, slightly less than the 2.971 mills levied last


year. However, the city is required to levy at least three Dairii EVERY DAYOPEN


mills to receive state or federal revenue sharing monies,


thus the city will incur a very slight tax increase in 1976- Queen FOR BREAKFAST AT 6 am

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77. Though the increase will be hardly noticeable on tax w "Lt'f all ffo to thf DAIRY QUEEN"


bills, the city is required to label it a tax increase and ad- brazier; 1401 N.301 964-7478


vertise that it is raising property taxes. Rig u.s. Pit Off, Am. D.Q. Corp. (Ie) Copyright Mil.Am. D.Q. Corp HI ,'!ee ..is






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