Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04068
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04068
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inevitable, Starke city commissioners

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Ii Turnout ExpectedFor just apartment west of complex the city on to be SR-100.built \M

4r-&v I .A The vote was three to one, jj
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Jackson casting the dissenting
vote. Commissioner Harold t. ,

I T1t b I t th First PrimaryA Vernon Epps was Silcox absent.and Joe Warren Charles,

4 Schaefer voted in favor of the
+ r d iirI ? 65-percent voter turn out schools race, Tom Casey and motion.
! is expected here next Tues- Dewey B. McKinney are vyingfor "All my legal: advice has
Vf'WP day, when Bradford County the seat vacated by Jim told me that this thing can't
I kr7 voters to go the polls for first Temple, who resigned in mid. be stopped; the developers .
primary balloting.In term and left the county. (See have done nothing illegal, the
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prediction Wednesday, In the only school board there's just nothing to be
, Supervisor of Elections Neva race being contested District done," said commissioner Joe
Flynn said requests for absentee 4, Vernon Parmenter and Warren before the meeting. ,
1, ballots are "running a (See Page til) "So if it's going to be built
TI'w t v little light" this year. She anyway, we don't want to lose
1, t i iyv' termed requests for absentee the building permit :
ballots a "usually reliable (estimated to be worth $700 to fr
I II indicator" of expected voter Brooker the city) to the county."
II I turn out. DS&N has also requested "
I Mrs. Flynn attributes the that the 15-acre site be an-
I % anticipated low poll showingby nexed, but that matter was not
, the county's 7,062 regis- voted on. In order to annex the:
tered voters to a lack of con- Okays site, the parties requesting the
} tested races for most court- annexation have to submit a
II I yn house offices report on planned use for the

I w Only one courthouse official *> site the .request must be 1..
drew opposition in this election Budget at tent 14 days 'It
and the city must hold a public
year. Property appraiser
Gene Long, 55, who has held With almost no discussion, hearing. Another require. f
ment, that a formal request
l his courthouse post for the the Brooker council decided to
Patricia Wainwright first grade teacher at Starke Elementary, assists Chad Thornton and Judy Workman (backs to camera), and Lisa and Carter Schultz, past 24 years, is challenged in tentatively approve the city's made of the city, has already
accompanied by their lather Bill Schultz. for been fulfilled by the deve
l his bid re-election by political 1976-77 budget August 19.
newcomer Jimmy The budget will be $27,891 annexation I
Alvarez. A senior at the University The proposed
from last
some$4,000 year. "
up would also have to be voted on
PRINCIPA LSR EPOR T of Florida School of Council members said they council ,
at a regular meeting
Agriculture, Alvarez, 23, would read over the budget at Pierce. I
said attorney George
resigned his post with the home, and would meet again Earliest date possible for
state prison system to make August 24 to consider final
Smooth the (See related voting on the annexation question '
race. story
School Exceptionally adoption. I
; Opening would be October 5, he
I inside this issue). Millage rate for next year
will be 3.072, an .072 increase said.Warren I,
, .,. "I hope I'm wrong, Mrs. who motioned for a
Flynn said of the anticipatedpoor from last year. 30-day delay in consideringthe
"It seems like we've been in Vellenga describing the increase in
Biggest revenue
showing by county votersin developers' request at tlu
school a long time already. exceptionally smooth opening Tuesday election. She cited collected will be in money collected council .:
August 17 meeting
of school there which
days ,
from cigarette taxes.
I that' not a turnout figures from previous was one of two commissioners
Surprisingly, of schools aroundthe
, were typical Brad- This revenue, which is used to
election showing
years the meet-
but Brooker requesting special
student speaking .
county. ford Countians usually makean payoff roads, is up$3,000 from
Principal Phil ing. Vernon Silcox.who at that
Elementary officials
School at
for the last year to $13,000. Ad I
80-percent showing voted the
time against delay I
School Bradford Middle ,
High rr 0 first primary elections. valorem taxes will jump from was the other.Warren's .
and the five
School, county's Mrs. Flynn, like other $2.276 to 2868. The city position Wednes-
QlJjrtZIoantClrirfTHURSDAY elementary schools are unani Sheriff expects to collect $5,386 from
. y. courthouse officials day afternoon is a completeturn
mous in saying that things are Dolph Reddish, Tax Collector its share of the gasoline tax, around from his cam-
going "beautifully" so far in J.R Kelly, County Judge and federal revenue sharing paign when he stated he would
the 1976-77 term. Enrollmentsat Elzie Sanders and County funds remain about the same, not vote to extend utilities to
all schools are running Clerk Gib Brown, escaped $327 a quarter or some$1,200 a the apartment complex under
about as expected; total number opposition this election year, year.A .
of pupils in the county is .y : and will be returning unop- recent law passed by the any conditions."I just don't see what the
.. expected to settle around the cities to
posed to office for another county, requiring Wed
e rush is, said Jackson
when late
4,400 figure regis-
l term.A have building inspections will
nesday. "Only two weeks ago( I
trations are completed and 1-, breakdown of the county's cost the city $1,404, $782 for we decided to delay the
tallied. +
figures are
7,062 registered voters by poli- building inspections as matter for 30 days. What has
SEPT. Bradford High School tical preference shows 6,603 required by the Southern happened to change things in
Principal Tom Casey says "So Democrats, 366 Republicansand Standard Building Codes, and the past two weeks?
Chamber Board far we're having a good 5F 93 others.The latter groupof $622 to develop a comprehensive Warren replied that he was,
12:1Sp.m.FRIDAY.: year," and adds that the registered voters being plan for building inspec worried about the building!
school's 1197 students seem 4 Independents, American tions. permit, that he didn't want ti>
SEPT responsive to the changes they v Party members and others. Biggest increase in expenditures lose it to the city if the apartments
found upon returning to Democrats will ponder the will be insurance pre- were going to be built
Fish Fry and school. lengthiest ballot in Tuesday'sfirst miums and telephone service
Political Rally The school, built as an r primary balloting, mark- Insurance is jumping from anyway.Half a dozen residents of thr
Therissa Community "open classroom" school in ing their preferences in a totalof $200 to $298 and telephone ser- area where the complex is h.> L
Center 1971, featured minimum 11 party races as well as the vice from $300 to $330. attended the meeting
6:30p.m.TUESDAY. enclosure of classrooms, but nonpartisan ballot for judicial The street department bud- go protesting up the commissionschanging ,
officials decided to contain the ,a h-, officers. get is up $200, with the its mind about thi

SEPT. 7 classrooms this year, hopingto Local, county races on the increase going almost entirelyfor 30-day delay. Warren told I
provide students with a Democratic ballot for Tues- cleaning and mowing ser- them that when the city mailr
Election Day better learning situation. Ifa..s. .. i.li : day's election account for six vices. The repair and paving its move was immaterial d-!
': First Primary Bradford Middle School's of the 11 race total. In additionto budget is $12,000. Mowing far as their interests weir

Polls Open 683 students found some Jimmy Lawson, left, and Randall Davis, right, were among volunteer fathers at Soulhside! Ele- the property appraiser race costs are also up for the parks concerned.
.to1Starke. changes in store (for them, too, mentary when school opened Monday morning see that !student got !safely to their classroom.! It Democratic voters will cast department, with costs "There's not a doubt in im:
i when they returned to school was the first time fathers had ever been used volunteer parents, l.inda Ilildebran heads up the votes for their preferences in increasing there from $100 to mind that as soon as you all
Council Monday. Only seventh and Southside Elementary volunteer parent program. races for the superintendentof $200. find a reason to stop this thing.
7p.m. eighth graders are attendingthe public schools, and four of The fire department's bud- as soon as you find anything
----- middle school this year, the five county commissionand get will jump from $870 to illegal that the developershave
Wednesday, Sept. 8 sixth graders having been 733 Awarded school board seats up for $1,572. The increase is due to done, the project will be
shifted to the elementary grabs this year. increased cost of gas and oil, stopped right then and there,"
Lake Butler schools. The only board member council members said, and he said. "If that happens, it
Councils Teachers at the middle escaping opposition is A.N. also for equipment maintenance won't matter what the city has
p.m.Thursday school are teaching in teams Accident "Art" Holliday, an eight year and repairs. done"
----- according to subject matter, Tenant In InjurySuit veteran of the school board.In The meeting for final adop- Commissioner Charles
Sept. f and Principal Jesse Moore the superintendent of tion of the budget is Sept. 14. Schaefer reminded citizens

says "They enjoy the break, Final Judgment has been the mirror to "see himself" it fell on her foot. She testified, and commissioners several
Lawtey Council getting up and moving around entered by Judge BenjaminM. when the child reached out "There is a constant burning Next WeekSince times that the meeting had not
7:30 p.m_ from class to another." Tench of Gainesville for and touched the mirror. It fell sensation and the bone that BCT Needs News Early been called to discuss the

---- Both of Starke's elementary $12,000 damages and $733 from the wall, "pinning her was cut protrudes and rubs submitted early will be merits of the complex's being
BC School Board schools have turned up with a court costs in a civil suit foot to the floor" causing it to my shoes. I have to buy biggershoes next Monday Sept. 6, appreciated.The built, but solely toconsider the
Jp.m.Hampton few less students than ex brought by Cheryl R. Bushore "bleed freely" and inflicting And it hurts a lot. is a holiday, the Telegraph greatly same situation exists city's extending utilities.
---Council-- pected. Starke Elementary against Merritt E. Williamsand permanent injury, accordingto The trial was originally set needs news early next week. for advertising for the Sept. 9 "The only issue at hand is

Principal Dewey McKinneysaid the State Farm Fire & Bushore's deposition.Mrs. for November U, 1975, but If possible, ads for the whether we're going to approve '
Ip.m. he had 683 pupils the first Co. postponed until June 17, 1976. News and society items paper.
Casualty the I
taken to should be two application
Bushore 9
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of class, but figure the
day Following jury's finding
her Bradford but submitted to the Telegraph have here in front of me for
Mrs. Bushore and now County Hospital
Union CountyCommission Telegraph office this
jumped to 718 Tuesday, bringing for the plaintiff, Williams filed "
testified transferred immediately to office Thursday Friday,, water and sewer lines
husband or
divorced Thursday or Friday, Sept. 2-3,
the school near the 730 students motions for a new trial, and said. "We've
f:30a.m. expected for the year that a mirror fell on Mrs.Bushore's Alachua General because the also for a directed verdict, to ensure publication in the Sept. 23. Classified ad
in July of local physician said that deadline, as usual, is Tuesday already been told wo have to
At Southside Elementary, Instep both of which were denied.In Sept. 9 edition of the paper "
the (Community things are going "fine..beautiful 1972 in the duplex apartment tendons were cut, requiring his charge to the jury Last minute items can be noon. Display ad deadline, as do The it. Environmental 1'roltv-
they were renting from special treatment. into the usual is Tuesday at 5 p.m.The
turned Telegraph
&Ialr Sank according to Principal Judge Tench said the jurors staff will also tion Agency told the city laxl. "
Lucille Payne. She reported Williams on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Bushore alleged that must decide "whether the office next Tuesday Sept. 7, composing room f
be holiday Monday; year that it stood! to \lost $2.Ci:! A
639 students on hand the According to the "the defendant negligently defendant negligently failed to but our typesetter cannot million in federal cram
...... therefore, advertising
Arc T. __N U. second day of class. depositions, Mrs. Bushore had permitted the heavy mirror to disclose to plaintiff a handle everything at the last submitted early will also be nWIIII' if it failed; .In. \lI'I'I I II iiSw
r.......... _c-: I Elsewhere around the bathed their 18 months old remain suspended from the dangerous condition on the minute after missing work I'aie III)
appreciated. I
(!Srr Page 10) son and was holding him up to dry wall" by a small nail until leased premises." Monday; therefore, Items greatly

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Bradford High School opener against Ocala Van you play like you practice, and takes time to get the defenseto 'action The rest of the offensive campus. The Tornadoes will Waiscel Hines,5-11,192; weak 5-11,185 Defense, and: ends Andrew Keith Carter Carter,, 'f r
operate together. starters kick-off to Santa Fe in the guard Isaac Cummings, 5-11,
coaches have set the starting guard. we definitely need to pick up are progressing tackles Roland CUm-
line-up for the Jamboree at "We have had one week less the tempo of our practice so Junior Kenneth Cruger will "about on schedule" according second quarter, and will 185; strong tackle Lawrence mings 5-11,185, ;6-0, 185 and Marty !. ,
Florida Field in Gainesville this year to for the that the timing during the be the starting middle guardat to Coach Hurse.He said all receive from Buchholz in the Budget, 6-1, 220; weak tackle Russell,6-0,225 ;middle guard
September 3,but BHS coachesare first game,'prepare Head Coach game will be at its best. the jamboree,and was saidto running backs are healthy and fourth quarter. Advance Bobby Smith, 6-2, 205; tight Kenneth Cruger;,5-9,176 line- ,
already looking ahead to David Hurse said Wednesday Defensive Coordinator Mike have had "a good week of did a "fair" Job in the August ticket prices are $2 for adults end Steve Earnest, 6-2, 196; backers Jimmy Clark,; 6-2,
the Tornadoes'Sept 10 season morning, "and all of our Sexton said the defensive practice." Senior defensiveend 27 scrimmage, although he and $1.50 for students; at the quarterback Jimmy Prevatt, 220, and Lawrence Patrick, 5-
thoughts and energies, both squad has been progressing in Keith Carter has been said "we did not have any gate adult tickets will be $2.50 5-10, 170; fullback Jimmy 10, 180 monster man Charles
offensively and defensively, pre-season drills,but he said alack showing good consistency in players run as hard as they and student's $2. Clark, 6-2, 220; running back Revels;, 5-8, 155 cornerbackErie
Tennis are pointed toward Van- '' of consistency" has that position in practice. need to run in a ballgame. Probable starting lineupsfor Andrew Carter, 5-11, 185; Biggs, 5-8;, 152, and
TourneySet guard." been hindering the squad's Two other standouts on the Jamboree is set to begin Friday's jamboree are: flankerback Allen Norman, 6- Franklyn Bell, 5-8, 152, and
Although optimistic the ability to mesh as a unit. defensive squad are seniors at 8 p.m. at Florida Field on Offense: center Jeffery 0, 165; split end Stanley
5-8, 168.
safety Kenny Aycox
Sept. 4 veteran coach indicated that "A lot of people Individually Erie Biggs and Charles the University of Florida' Jockel,5-10,186; strong guard Williams, 5-8, 155.
all is not well on the practice are having good days, but we Revels. Biggs, standing 5-8
The Starke Golf and Coun- field. He said the varsity grid-- are not able to operate as a and weighing 152, is a starting -
try Club will hold its Third ders, with individual excep- unit." When asked if the cornerback, and 5-8 and 155
Annual Tennis Tournamentthe defense would be pound Revels will be starting
tions,need work on speed and prepared for Model
week of September 4 timing before traveling to the Vanguard test, he replied in the monster position. Both
through September 19 Entry Vanguard September 10. quickly, "yes, we'll be players have been showing
sheets may be picked up at the "There's an old adage that ready," explaining that it consistency in their positions
pro shop. Deadline for singles Coach Hurse said. YearEnd r
and doubles will be September Defensive end Jay Godwin
3 and posting will be September 7,062 Registered To Vote will miss action in the Jamboree -
4 at 1 p m. due to a pulled ham-
First rounds of singles play string, but Is expected to be Close Out;: .
begin September 4 and will be Tuesday In First PrimaryBradford ready for Vanguard. Coach ,
completed by September 10. Hurse has confidence in God-
Semi-final matches will be County voter Supervisor of Elections win's replacement, senior
played Saturday, September registration has peaked at Neva Flynn reports that Andrew Carter, and indicatedhe
11 and 'finals Sunday Sept- 7,062, passing the 7,000 mark absentee voting has been lightso would capably fill in as New 1916 Chevette Scooter ,
ember 12.First for the first time in the far,with less than 150 applications defensive end.Offensively .
rounds of doubles county's history. received. Voters may Coach Hurse An Extra Good Back To School Special ,
begin September 13 and will Partywise, Democrats out apply for absentee ballots in said the passing game continues -.
be completed- by September number Republicans 18 to 1, person or by mail, at the to improve, and cited Two To Choose From
17. Semi-final matches will be with a total of 6,603 registra- Supervisor of Elections office, senior quarterback Jimmy
played Saturday, September tions to the GOP's 366. Inde- up until 5 p.m.Monday,Sept. 6 Prevatt for success in passing
18 and finals Sunday, September pendents or "others" total the day before the First Pri the football. He also singledout $2888
19.Trophies. only 93.Actually. mary. Absentee ballots must senior tight end Steve Ear
will be presentedin there are some 150 be returned to the supervi- nest and junior flankerback
each category to the winner to 200 more registrants above sor's office before polls close Allen Norman for "catching 11.
and runner-up. Categoriesare this total, but their names at 7 p.m., September 7. the ball very well" in prac-
: Girls' singles, ages 13 to have not been officially en- tices. e
17; girls' doubles, ages 13 to tered in the books since they Strong side guard Waiscel
17; boys'singles,ages 13 to 17; registered after the July 24 Mrs. Flynn said that her Hines,another senior gridder, t. '
boys' doubles, ages 13 to 17; deadline and will not be eli- office will remain open all dayon was said to have shown good : -
women's singles; women's gible to vote in the September Labor Day, Sept. 6, until 5 improvement in this week's I i
doubles; men's singles and primaries. Their'names will p.m. for the convenience of practice;and will start in that
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GM :r Badcock's Two In Tourney I

I f.. <: ApproachesFinal spoRTS1.j Drops... I ;

Test :. Collecting 11: runs on 18 hits, plate, collecting a homer, a in three at bats in the the second round win
: afternoon clash with collecting three hits In
including three home runs, double and single for his Saturday as
"This ba's' been the best fifth most populous county in usually tells the winners side efforts. the Crackers. many times at bat. Waters
'1 of the story, but such Mercer's round Waters,playing second base went two for three in the
season Uje. Machine has ever Florida, will be pitted againstthe was not tripper
'had," Greeil'Machine coach 32 best teams in the t..... .. -m.:,... .. .... ':E.,,;,..,,:;t\:.":..: ::.";,.:::,:,:";:.:.:,:.::::::.:: :.*::::::::: :: :;:;!!; :;:.::._n .. ..; the local case this past weekend for came in Badcock's half of the defensively went in three the for weekend threeat solo contest homer.,and Johns turned in a
,Harry Hatcher said Tuesday nation. Hatcher said that .W' '< :< ":::: ; ';"%"';';':':':'"';';':':':':"':":::';';:*::..%,'.'7.T.y.; :..;.:. Softball team Badcock's. third. Mercer, the lead off tourney first
)'afternoon. ",. some players have been stymied in the state The tournament will be in Despite the strong hitting hitter, was followed to the the plate In Badcock's Gainesville's
waiting for 10 years the tournament and finished Jacksonville's Drew Park on attack which accounted for plate by first baseman Brian round 6-4 loss to God. Members of the Badcock's
But there is one thing' wrong chance to play in the National fourth overall. the Bowden Road exit off I-9S the 18 hit total Badcock's Johns who connected for what Westside Church Elder also squad plan to take a week off
:with what he said-he used the tournament, and to have Ironically, GM opens their south.A$6 tournament pass is dropped out of weekend turned out to be the second of Pitcher Dwight at the tourney trail, at least as
(past tense. The season is not finally made it has been quitea tournament play facing good for the entire weekend tournament competition at back to back homers. turned in a perfect first average round active participants. Elder
;over for the Machine, as they feat. Jerry's Catering of Orlando, and is available at the Santa Fe coming up on the Center fielder Charlie the plate in the says several team members
!are slated to compete in the And indeed it has been, for a the club that knocked the Jacksonville Coliseum ticket short end of 14-12 final score Green turned in Badcock's loss, going two for two.Badcock's in plan to travel to Jacksonvillethis
{toughest slow-pitch Softball Softball team from a town of Machine from the top spot in office, Warren Motors, and in third round competition third homer of the game later, lone victory weekend to view the
'/ in the world, the about 5,500 to play in the the Regional tournament the Hemming Park ticket against Macclenny's Taylor in the fifth, with one mate the weekend round competitioncame action, American Softball Association
(American Softball Association National Tournament is not August 22. That game is office.Tickets good Thursday, Crackers, Saturday aboard. in Nationals at Drew Park,
National Tournament in Machine, the scheduled for Friday at 10:13: September 2, through afternoon. Wilber Waters, who led Saturday afternoon Gainesville.against Starke is represented in the
Jacksonville beginning top ranked team in the state, a.m. That first game may be Saturday cost $2 and tickets Left fielder Larry Mercer Badcock's in hitting throughthe Sgt. Peppers of nationals by Green Machine.
'tomorrow, September 3, and is looking back on a season the toughest test GM will facein good from Sunday to Monday led Badcock's powerful hitting three tournament outings Shortstop Emmett attack Akridgeled in
,ending September 6. record of 66 wins and 25 losses. getting to the finals of the during bracket playoffs cost attack against the Crackers going seven for nine all Badcock'shitting
GM, coming from the forty Last season they were tournament. $3. going three for four at the singles,turned in a pair of hits

Special Labor av Racing Set For Lake City Oval I ELECT DONNA

We Need A Change A special Labor Day auto drivers battled for second finish in the hobby division FAXONDemocrat
racing program is set for position. During the course of feature were :
Monday evening, September the race three drivers held Jimmy Balkome, of
6, at the Lake City Speedway. second place. Dicky Ferry of Gainesville, fourth Mickey for State Senate
Highlighting the special Macclenny, finally naileddown Kervin,Live Oak, fifth; Oscar
J| Young Man racing program, which gets second, holding off Estes, sixth; Rodney Paul, District
p underway next Monday at 7 challenges from Bayne, who Keystone Heights, seventh;
p.m.with time trials, is a twin finished third David Extine, and C.A.Cribbs,of Brandford, Paid Political Advertisement, Paid for
40-lap late model division of Chiefland, fourth; Oral eighth.Chuck.
A Chance race. Following completion of Tanner,or Lawtey,fifth Jay: Wilburn took the by John Adams, Treasurer, P.O. Box
the first 40-lap race, the MacMathews, Chleflan.sixth checkered flag in the thunder 411 Gainesville FL 32602
drivers will line Jack ,
up in inverted ; Blxby division feature race, followedby
order of finish for the start of Gainesville, seventh; Glen Joe Webb and Milton 1/29 9/7 __ __
ElectJIMMY I the second 40-lap( event. Watson, Chiefland, eighth; Green.
In addition to the twin 40-lap Ernie Schaffer, ninth; and
feature, next Monday's racing Ronny Harris, of Lake City,
bill calls for 15-lap feature tenth.
I ALVAREZ races in both the hobby and Randy Saunders, of Lake Elect
thunder divisions. City, captured first place in I
Saturday, September 4 the hobby division feature, ?
Property Appraiser racing events at the Lake Cityoval Saturday night.
include a grudge race, Driving a new car,Saundersled A
two heats and a 25-lap feature the fifteen-car pack for the VERNONPARMENTER 4
He Is Capable Off Doing A for late models and twoheatsand entire race, holding off a
a 15-lap feature in both the closing lap challenge from "
hobby and thunder divisions. Ernie Howey for the victory.Joe .
Good Job For Taxpayers Off Racing action at the Lake Wilson,of Starke, finished / .
City Speedway last Saturday third behind Howey.
f night saw John Gamble, of Rounding out the order of
Bradford County Fruitland Park, hold off '
strong challenges from Rusty School Board Member t }J
Bayne, of Ocala, and Dave
Barber, of Gainesville,to take Tree Stands Out District 4 .
He Will Always Be Available To featured the checkered grudge flag race. in the In Osceola Area 1'A J

Off Your Questions Barber, who turned In the Candidate Interested In EducationFor
Answer Any evening's fastest qualifying Sportsmen planning to hunt Truly Quality
time and therefore started the in the Osceola National Forest
Ca Child In Bradford
Every County. .
grudge race at the back of the are reminded of a new Forest
... pack, moved through the Service regulation that will be
,.. It's Time For A Change competition leaders in the to closing challenge laps.the He in this effect popular for the north first time Florida on Vernon IsA Senior At The University North Florida

eventually finished third wildlife management area Majoring In Accounting .
.... behind Bayne in second.
p According to Major Larry
Vote For And Elect Turning in the fastest Martin, Northeast Regional llellasll'orkedInVarious Segments Of Business In
I V qualifying time paid off for Manager for the Game and
Barber in the late model Fresh Water Fish Management Capacitv. .
feature race, as he started Commission, the new
JIMMY ALVAREZ from the pole position and led regulation prohibits the Past President Hampton Elementary PTA .
the pack for the entire race. construction of tree stands
While Barber enjoyed a driving nails or other metal Native Of Bradford County .
Pd. Pol. Adv. By Mark Olin comfortable lead in the late objects into, or otherwise
model feature, a host of other damaging the live trees, including Age 33; Married 14 Yrs.; 2 Children
cabbage palm.
The regulation regarding Member Of First Baptist Church Of Starke. .
use of nails or other metal
Re-Elect objects is the result of the
increase in numbers of A Candidate Of His Own Choice. ,
r sportsmen choosing this
t A hunting style. "There's He Does Not Represent Any Special Interest Group
6 nothing wrong with tree

DaveCounty Martin stands said or still"however hunting, when," Let's Bring Quality Education Back To Our Schools.

the number of trees destroyedin

stands the construction is considered of along tree Vote For ParmenterHe

with the damage resulting
SHUFORDJi when a nail is ingested by a
i piece of mill equipment, the Is
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I Tigers Open Season Friday, Hosting-- Jamboree Action Do you want ,111 I I

LAKE BUTLER Union Tigers this season,. Roberts Danny Johns 6-1 and 165, and a defensive tackle last season Holmes and Glenn Kemp, a extra
County High kicks off its J976 said. junior Randy Dukes, 5-10 and and goes 5-9 and 175. 6-2 and 175 pound senior, will Andrews, Bernard Williams, has been ranked in the top 20
football campaign here Starting offensive guard 160, at the defensive end Juniors Cedric Warren, 6-2 work the defensive secondary Calvin Brown, Eddie Smith, Class AA schools this season.: ?
tomorrow night (Friday), positions go to Wayne Sapp, a positions. and 210, and Dean Dukes, 5-11 in the season opener from free Brown Raymond Webb Cason, Sonny In the third period CrsaiCity money
Scott and
with jamboree action, as the 222-pound junior and the Inside on the defensive line and 160, won starting safety positions. Mile takes on Newberry and
Tigers host four area schoolsin largest player on the Tiger at tackle, Roberts has tapped linebacker positions for Roberts says a group of nine Rhoden.Jamboree action fourth period action has Learn to Prepare !; II
gridiron competition. squad of this season, playing a pair of juiors, in Leandrew Friday's debut during the young,aggressive players will at clock gets Chiefland meeting Williston. Income Tax Returns
Union County's Tigers opposite senior Dean Dukes, 5- Alexander at 5-10 and 200 recently completed pre see considerable action on 'tomorrow underway with 8 Williston Roberts expects his tams'toughest P.opl.whoMw.ltair. .dealingwithhyures.nloyworkina- 4 i
second ranked among the 11 and 163, on the right side. pounds,and Sidney Jenkins, 5- season practice sessions. speciality teams this season, night opponent to come in '. -
state's AA taking on Cross City in the the fifth period, when the witntn.public and would Ilk* .'.
class teams in a Both' guards won starting 10 and 105.Darryl Starting cornerback slots go mostly on defensive squads in .. ... '
first "
recently released pre season roles for Friday's opener Williams will see to Junior Willis Jackson. 5-9 the kicking game. "They'reall Second period. action has Tigers tangle with Newberry."They've to roll In rn H.extra H Block income Ta.may School-, >.
sports writer poll, will use a during pre season drills, as Friday night's action from the an and senior Randall pretty quick and can get Roberts' period got a couple' of real 1 With elawat In o"./2.OOO communities ,, ,
tough ground to measure did all Tiger starters of this starting middle guard Grlffis, also 5-9 and 150 down field in a hurry," Tigers meeting big running backs, Roberts mere ra almost ..,- ,_ ;
competition and season.A position. Williams lettered as pounds. Roberts added of Jeff Chiefland. "They've got an said adding, "It's going to be tain to be a cltaa near you.JobInterviews '
Jamboree those preseasonexpectations pair of sophomores move agressive front line and a up to our defense to stop them, available for best t I ,,
aludent S.nd for tree Information
according to into starting tackle slots this pretty good fuUbackz"Roberts if we expect to do anything.' and cl.*.achedulea today '
i said of his squads'first Jamboree admission is$2.50 MURRYI ,
Head Coach Charlie Roberts. season. Tony Roberts, at 202
opponent of the new for adults and 1.50 for C,.....atari: Sepl 1 s11BM a
Roberts warns opponents to pounds, will be opening holeson
look for the ground attack the right side and Joey fA season, adding that Chief land students.

when his charges take to the Norman, at 168. has nailed ,,'
field for their season debut down the left side spot. Through Sept. 10 ,
tomorrow night. "We'll run David Powell, at 5-8 and 158 .
the wishbone In the pounds, and senior Danny Punt Passs & Kick HAft 1tKRC& .
jamboree," Roberts said Johns 6-2 and 188, will share WalnutI
Wednesday.. tight end assignments In the 964-8206 'IPlease ,
Paul White, a 5-11 and 165 Friday night jamboree while *
tend Ire Inform-
pound senior who was senior Alfred Holmes will take Registration UnderwayRegistration lion about your m.tax. preparation '
recently tapped for Tiger care of split end duties. I course. I understand there I. ,I' \
quarterback duties this Holmes, a two-year for the area's most Important youth no obligation
season, possesses "good letterman is 5-8 and 140 16th annual Punt,Pass& Kick oriented promotion" and
speed"and is "outstanding on pounds. competition for youngsters 8 notes that entrants compete I Name_ I
play," according to Roberts said that while through 13 years of age will only against other youngsters Address!
Coach Roberts. tackles Norman and Roberts remain open through their own age. Scoring is
But, Roberts adds that the will be under fire for the first : September 10. based on distance and City I
Tiger offense is by no means a time in tomorrow night's I A. -7 The contest conducted accuracy in punting, passing State i
one man show. "Every competition, the remainder of II Y. locally through the city and place kicking. | Phone. .J
member of our offensive unit the starting offensive unit are recreation department, ...; CLIP AND MAIL TODAY II-
has worked hard for the past experienced ball players. begins September 18 on the
three weeks, (during pre- "Defense is our strongest local level and subsequently .
season practice sessions) and point," Roberts said, adding, moves to zone, district, area, OFFICIAL BALLOT
we've got an offense that can 'we're aggressive and reallygo / divisional and national levels.
move the ball," he said. after people." He termed Nationally more than
A pair of fleet footed junior defensive play during pre 1,200,000 youngsters are FIRST PRIMARY i
running backs will join Whitein season practice over the past 17s'w expected to.take part in this
Tiger backfield Friday, In three weeks "really year's program sponsored by GENERAL ELECTION
Wildo Warren, six-feet and outstanding." the Ford Dealers of Americain :
185, and Steve Surrmons, 5-10 Roberts says to look for a cooperation with the Starke Bradford
and 153,along with senior Sam "five two" defense from his National Football League. County, Florida
Jackson, 5-9 and 165, at the Tigers but indicated they may Registration blanks and local
fullback slot. go to the 'four three" occas- + ':awa.L'. 'h s'ANwtr sl+lniY44( :,, competition details are September 14, ma !i.
Fred Clemmons, a 163 sionally.He available at the Pratt Street I :
Defensive coordinator Eddie Moore, of the Union County High football Initial of Issuing ,
pound senior, will lead the said his starting line- up coaching staff conduct Recreation Center.
battle up front, anchoring the on defense will consist of blocking drill during Tiger practlcesesslon In preparation Friday night Jamboree in Lake Butler There is no body contact, Official'N ,
offensive line at center for the veteran players like senior hosted by the Union County Tigers. and participating: does not
impair a youth amateur i .1.
standing. Youngsters must

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Archery Season Opens Saturdayturkey guardian.Punt Signature of Elector
Pass & Kick has
Florida archers are busy (except in the Archers wishing to t attracted more than 12 million
stringing their bows in Northwest Region), wild hog, participate in the added bow rap1LIlLW participants since its '
preparation for the start of rabbit, quail and squirrel. hunt must possess a valid inception in 1961,in addition to 00 #
statewide archery season Archers must possess a hunting license and a $5.00 the enthusiastic support of T.
Saturday, September 4. valid archery permit in archery permit. Maps and high school, college and I 'I
Legal shooting hours are addition to regular hunting regulations for the area are professional football coaches OFFICIAL BALLOT '
from one-half hour before license requirements and available from the Game and across the country. 3 3"S
sunrise until one-half hour their bow must be capable of Fresh Water Fish National Football League FIRST PRIMARY I
after sunset during the season casting a one ounce hunting Commission regional office in Commissioner Pete Rozelle I"
which will run through arrow 150 yards. Lake City. describes the contest as "our 2 -'
September 26. Before taking to the field, 8' GENERAL ELECTION -8
Legal game are deer of sportsmen should be aware of
either sex (except fawn), bearIn what areas are open to Starke, Bradford County, Florida .
Baker and Columbia hunting. It is illegal to hunt on
counties and on Tyndall Air the lands of another without September 14,1976 I(
Force Base in Bay County, written permission.
Possession or use of Initials of IsNI
firearms during archery Congressman suing Official'
season is prohibited as is the
Recreation possession or use ofcraesbowif I
The taking of deer.
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Dept. News with airboats during archery \
season is prohibited. i I ,
In response to numerous iI
ginning Tennis, request by area bow hunters, I i J
Io\oml'n's beginning tennis the Game and Fresh Water DON FUQUA ,
dass is being offered at the Fish Commission has added f

fall Recreation Department this the Management Cypress Creek Area Wildlife in OFFICIAL BALLOT I ,I

Classes will begin Monday, Hamilton County to the list of .
September 13, at 9 a.m. at the public hunt areas open for the FIRST PRIMARY
city courts on the Pratt Street 1976 archery season. f
pla>'ground. Classes will be According to Major Larry GENERAL ELECTION
conducted once a week for ten Martin Regional Manager for
weeks and the fee is $10. In the Game and Fresh Water He's working for Starke
order to participate players Fish Commission's Northeast youDon Bradford County, Florida j
must pre register at the Region, the area will be opento September 14,1976 I.
Recreation Department, as archers from September 4
the class will be limited to 12 through September 26, with To vote for I I'
women legal game including deer, a person whose name is printed on the ballot )
(bucks only), wild hog, .d mark a cross (IX) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the I

\d\dnced Beginners! : squirrel and rabbit. person for whom you desire to votelCOMMISSIONER:
An advanced beginners The Cypress Creek Area is a I'
class will be offered for those 28,000 acre public hunt area 0.
that completed the spring owned by Owen-Illinois FOR GROUP 1 I
beginners class. Those interested Corporation located in the /,' For Two Yean Vote For One
should contact northeast corner of Hamilton I

Randall Davis at the County.. Archers are i iull
Recreation Department reminded the portion of the ; SEEBER GOODMAN n
area between the Suwannee _
River and the first graded A
Men's: Flag Football: road west of the river, r t I : WILBUR L. WATERS I I
There will be a meeting to commonly called the -
organize a Flag Football Woodpecker Route, is a COMMISSIONERFOR
League for Men Monday wildlife refuge with no hunting I
September 13. in the permitted.. GROUP 3
Recreation Department at the For Two Years Vote For One
old armory. All team

managers, :Minimum are invited age for to the attend .Ifu/if "TO PIIu>r" HAROLD EPPS n I 1

16. :
league is
Despite rumors to the
Youth Flag Football: I
contrary, the Starke Misfits -
The Youth Flag Football
Program will begin softball A team team spokesman is "together said" Fuqua is one of the most respected members of the Congress. For Two Years Vote For OM '
Tuesday, September I
registration while several members of the -
Center 7 at The the Small Pratt Street Fry team have been playing with This distinction is gained by long hours of hard work and a sense of responsi- GERALD BROWN 3CHARLES i] I I5
other squads in
will League practice for boys and ages play 7 their- 9, tournament as much action"together"post-season the teamis as it bility for those he serves. SCHAEFER' I h I

games Wednesday on of Monday each week.and was recently for completed the start regular of the It's a big job serving a district larger than eight states, but Don Fuqua does it TERMS .
Practice will begin
season. and he does it well. I
Monday: September 13, from (
Now back in force as a

The 3:30: Bantam- 5 p.m.League at Pratt, for Street.ages whole scheduled ball club, the to Misfitsare meet He is in a unique position to serve our district. Next year he will be Vice Years Changing of length of terms of office from Two Years to Four' II
will City Clerk Chief of Police City Commissioners .-
10 12, begin practice .
Tuesday, September 14, at competition tourneys during In at the least next three-six- Chairman of a major committee and is then expected to be elected Chairman Beginning October' 1977. ,

Pratt Street from 3:30.5: p m. weeks the spokesman said, In all of its history, Florida has had only one chairman of a major House .

Ceramic Classes: however dates for the Committee VOTE FOR EACH OFFICE SEPARATE
The Ceramic Classes will upcoming tournaments are t
resume Monday night Sep- not available at this time.
tember 13, with sessions to be The Misfits have a full Don Fuqua is the kind of public official we need. Honest, dedicated, a man who 1- CITY CLERKI
held each Monday night at 7 bench, but managers Fred ,
and each Wednesday morningat Wheeler and Ricky Bennett gets things done. FOR A Four Year Term I I
9 The class is free, but reportedly want to hear from l ;
for interested In joiningthe _
participants must pay anyone I
materials All classes are heldin club, which won the city AGAINST A Four Year Term I-==
the the high Old school.Armory across from season.championship this past On September 7 vote to re-elect I i I I,


Foundation Paving Co. Congressman Don Fuqua. He's a FOR A Four Year Term 0 H

ASPHALT Dirt Grading PAVINGFill good man doing a good job. AGAINST A Four Year Term_ I I.j I f

LandscapingFree Second District/Democrat/ Authorized and paid for by the 3CITY COMMISSIONERS

Don Fuqua Congressional Campaign. r

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Phone 964-7813 I I I, l

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I Crowd Small, Criticism Low At RallyThe : .

first of two Democratic office-seekers expressed their "somewhat maneuvered out courses he had taken to keep work according to the Golden
rallies scheduled for Bradford discontent with the crowd, and of thousands of dollars" when current with tax appraisal Rule. Mentioning that he had
County attracted a disappointing one candidate said, "If it the appraisers office hired a responsibilities. knocked on over 2,400 doors
crowd and resultedin wasn't for the candidates and professional appraising team Alvarez, the youngest can during his campaign, Casey
little criticism between their families, there wouldn'tbe for $37,500 "to do the job the didate at age 23, is presently a said that the superintendent is
candidates and their oppo- 150 people here." property appraiser had been senior at the University of an office that should receive
nents. The only political criticism elected to do." Florida majoring in agricultural public input. "I've learned to
One veteran officeholder between candidate. ?ame Long spoke next saying that education and econo be more responsive to the
surveyed the small turnout when Jimmy Alvarez, chal- tax laws were becoming more mics. people," he said. ,- S
and remarked "This small lenging incumbent Gene Long complex every year, and hiring Tom Casey, opposing McKinney continued in that M
audience convinces me that for property appraiser, spoke the firm was a move to Dewey McKinney for vein, and promised to be .. .9 .... yon
political rallies are dead in before the audience. He said prevent the tax rolls from Superintendent of Schools, available to the public on a 24- soi ,,
Bradford County" Other county residents had been being disapproved. Long said stressed in his address hour basis.He further pledgedto
- -- - that the professionals were cooperation between teachers visit area schools as part of
- using a court tested system, and administration, and said his duties if elected. .
I IIPANELING and that was cheaper than he wanted to use his McKinney expressed his
[ STARKE I risking a court suit. He added experience as a past superin. concern for the safety of
that the system is now used by tendent to get available state school children who board
42 counties in Florida and is funds for education. buses before 7 a.m. and also
I II the standard used by the said that basic skills
CENTER) Department of Revenue. "We have always had a safe education should be a priority
( Long credited himself as and wholesome atmosphere in schools. .
being a certified Florida our schools" he said adding "It's time we made some
appraiser and listed several that school personnel should changes and got back to the
I : basics in education,"
4'x8' candidates and led one to speculate that
McKinney said.In The small turnout Saturday night disappointed many
I II SOCIAL SECURITY the school board District political rallies are on the way out In Bradford County
I 4 race,Vernon Parmenter and
SHEETS Royce Joyner are competingfor unopposed candidate to speak.I said he would not engage in record in office by comparingthe
I I BENEFITS"Within the seat being vacated by thanked his supporters and activities that would cause a boards actions for the last
I Prices J I Rodney Hall. Parmenter, who urged everyone to"feel free to conflict of interest, and added 12 years as compared to any
I Your Means Now, Peace Of Mind Always"To has two children in the school call on him." that he would "not be push- previous 12 years.
Start At system, said each student Three candidates for county button controlled" by outside The District 3 seat is con
I I. ., I assist in meeting death expenses, there is should have the opportunityfor commission District 1, Mit- interests tested by Ralph Bryan, seek-
; a lump sum benefit in practically all cases where the best education chell Brown, Dave Shuford, Incumbent Shuford pledgedto ing his third term, and by
'I the deceased was covered by Soc al Security.This possible. "I will not work for and V.L. Starling addressedthe do his best to represent the Charles McKinney and Maxie
1$299. school board the audience. public if elected and said he Carter, Jr.Bryan .
or against
amount $255.00 can be paid to the qualified -
told the crowd "I
school board. I will work with Brown described himself as believed in "operating government
surviving spouse. If there is no spouse thento the school board," Parmenter a "hard-working, conscien- << on a sound businesslike have worked long and hard in
I I the person who assumes responsibility for the pledged. tious concerned manner." He invited the every area of commission
funeral expenses. Joyner, who has three about Bradford County." He public to investigate hisRodney responsibility," and listed
children in school, expressedhis various accomplishments of
Archer Funeral Home interest in the current the commission during his
problems with the teachers'contract. tenure. Bryan claimed partial
See Us For Your Kitchen DOYLE M. ARCHER, L.F.D lie told the credit for establishing the
301 IS. Starke audience, "we should sit down county volunteer fire depart-
Cabinet Needs Fla. and reconsider and work the ment and the mental health
problems out,"and pledged to clinic He added that graded
9645757Volunteer Et roads have been improved
work to resolve the difficul-
VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO1 throughout the county withoutan
Funerals' -Monuments"Our ties.A N. Holiday, who is increase in taxes.
Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence" ussunM i the District 3 School Carter pledged to keep the
140 S. Thompson Starke 964-5711" Hnntd seat, was the onlyAISE1 interests of Bradford County
-sane eat. ....Il ,,... free from interference by out
side interests. He said his
tt employment with Florida
Power& Light and experiencein
(the poultry business had
.... given him an insight into
l every aspect of management,
L S1 and said he would work to
; 1 insure that "tax dollars
(would) be wisely spent."
f' \ McKinney is a native of
I Bradford County and is pre-
\ sently employed as a heavy
: equipment] operator for Triest
'. ..h Construction! Co.
;;; I Incumbent Hazel
k Paulk
t e ....... ,. .._ "" faces Joe Pentecost in her bid
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\ .' -. for the District 5 county com
mission seat. Pentecost's
j C speech was brief as he intro-
,1' Hall Is caught lounging against the press box during duced himself and acknowledged -
the early evening rally. The District 4 School Hoard member i is his opponent and asked
t not running for re-election and may feel relies I'd that he is not at for voters' consideration.
the podium on the other side of the crowd.
tiI Paulk. u was appointed to
her post by the governor after
her husband's! death said she
Mould like to continue serving
in tier-present capacity on her
CiooI own merits She said she
", would "speak t ihen' own
Eating ,
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MAXIE CARTER JR. ,'"_., .,, cooperation commissioners with the other

Non-county:'; candidates present -
wore Donna Kiixon and
# r fki e fete Skinner, opposing each
I ,/ other in the District 5 state
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT et.' I senate race. Also present was
DINE i: < "V St.ite 1'prE'oE'lItJtI\'c Frank

( 'j Williams seeking re-eleelhofor
shou DANCE >m"W the District 25: seat.
A County Commissioner .. '
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I MAXIE CARTER JR. Has Operated His Own Business Sucessfully Wed. FrJ' Sat. & Sun. At The ) I/{'; ,. i I J/III1ePmie

i For 10 Years,. He Has Insight Into The Problems Of Employees, He 4/; /, '''>&

Has Insight Into The Problems Of Employers, Employees, Oliver Stal'Restaurant k'V\ fh< mini menu
Management & Bud eta problem imnnii |>r, choolrhililnn
& LoungeHwy i.s -la/y t ve It is
most effectively tr.t.-, l
I Should Have A Genuine 21 Melrose 475-9474 el.-t.'cl.'d hetorc the lltl,.ul l ix.
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Vote For 4

MAXIE GARTER JR. Has Been A Leader In Various Business &

I I Service Organizations In Our Community For Over 20 Years. RoyceR.JOYNER. r ie.

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School Board .

MAXIE CARTER JR. Has Always Displayed Integrity In All Of His District 4 L!!!1 __

Business & Community Endeavers. He Believes The People's H Candidate Fop

I Interest Must Come First.

Fill The People


I, I Am Conscious Of Your tax



MAXIE CARTER JR. Has Served His Community Well I Want Quality Education For

: He Now Asks That You Allow Him To Serve YouStili Further, all Our Children


Royce JoynerIs

Will Be Forever Gratefull For Your Support

A Vote For Progressive Schools J
i And'Yote Of Confidence On Sept. 7 County .

Your Vote & Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated
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I Union Campaign Rhetoric Cools As Candidates; ; Speak At RaifordLAKE t.11:

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little also ..nH I n mi (i'oi"it\' h 1.1, 1to i
BUTLER Union in the way of strong opposed by a pair of a "high level" without "name
County political candidates criticism of incumbent r ) Iv''I' Ii tllllel i luau office :
incumbent office holders and holders, as political hopefuls challengers Marie Woodley, a I .1 I .11 \ditch' -lie.. .,1 i "I'd1"11 | calling "or He did.degrading however I
veteran Union County school opponents.
:\ hiK'nei' Ihiin Ihrslaty
challengers, off here geared their vv.is ;
square speeches toward teacher of 21 and W.A. respond to accusations that he
tonight (Thursday Sept. 2)) in qualifications and "if. elected "Bill" McGill, former Union iv'i.-y: ( She said oni' had acted improperly in his
the final possible solution to lie( high(
round pledges
of community Criticism of County High principal and dealings with the Union
) tur H\ i r.itc:\ would be '
rallies prior to the incumbent office holders
September was ,
r Housing
coach Authority
now rived tin' t
; it sigh her
7 first primary election.Tonight's wide-spread at earlier rallies. education Driggers, who served as
physical .
rt'111III'[ ndil' I 'inn\ nilov,' t
rally, set to Only a hint of criticism ingin
beginat at department head at Lake City secretary and director of the .
last i emails lo do the '
7 o'clock at the week's Raiford "
community rally housing authority for .
Community College. county's \
is the in the nler\'i.1' "n'! :'ind' hiring of ,
fifth came
center and final in superintendent of "
a ,said he served the
McGill told the Raiford rally 11 years on
irl let, 'liei s nut Iso
t u
series of
race, where.incumbent
community audience, gathered on the authority which sought to
rallies sponsored by the Union office Jimmy for Cason, who had held Community Center grounds, a re ri ...MIIIM...."o1'h' nd I t.'s 'iiy Woodle if 11 meet the housing needs of the : ..

County Committee Democratic past.... 12 years, is major concern prompting his also> vtiiid, ill dismissing: poor in the county for several j jIi
\ decision to seek the with no compensation.
1 minorshe did nnt plan to
Earlier \
introduced, weekly political rallies superintendent of schools 1.111..1. .[| :MioFUil, tuxpo" for Ray Crawford He resinged his post with the Ii !
when 82
position was the expenditureof housing authority
the tichwulife '
candidates to voters in tax dollars for the county'sschools units were available, noting
"I !} iii ilitj,t "t (' urotlon ,n
Palestine, |
Providence. of Union safe
the County were the need for a full-time K
by present _
) Union' ( iiiini.v is "slipping'tllis ..
Worthington Springs and, administration. with' no incidents of director ,
most recently, Raiford. Noting that the ratio of Blair Harrison Wnodluy' said, dUng violence. In the clerk of In dismissing charges llalie Ellington
Some 350 attended studies! showing gradunten of the circuit which e.
persons race
administrators to teachers In by his opponent
court action bt.tWl''n the brought
gave county<' '! "rank next to;
the Raiford rally last lUll I considerable
Union Is of the seen told the Raiford 1;
County one school board and the Driggers .
last among Florida counties mIciirning decide if he would run BRain
and heard
Thursday political and
charges counter-charges
highest in the state McGill ; audience, "I suppose it mightbe ;
superintendent over a policy \ achieved He also pledged, if elected, to .
speeches by candidates ul earlier rallies, the tone was
said should be to resort to such '
more money matter example of the necessary office'
as an clerk's
election Tasnn noted that counh'sl'IIUlol'l operate only the
seeking to the eight less aggressive.\ But, it was had
spent in the classroom. He tactics if a person no
lawsuits. at the and not the office of other
contested Union -ire operating ,
County races. not completely void of the
also stated that record which to run. He
money spentin McGill said there was need on
limi'st niilliigc rate allowed bylaw elected officials. tIn
In contrast to and
earlier familiar accusations
lawsuits over the past two for but dismissed added that he was "not tied to 1
change of
community rallies the (II it per cent: and would l'ounll'r.charges. the supervisor
years should have gone to that he had intentionsof any special interest group '
Raiford rally of last week saw rumors luiitinup' to do so for the rextlouir Incumbent Clerk Robert elections race, challenger
classroom instruction. McGill Hendricks, who is
revisions Bryan
personnel sayinghe
without Hendricks told her
KeBile Grlffls years hurting Ii iggprs.! who has held the for the Mary
-- ,...." ,........ -- -- ---- ---- had "no'plans to hire or the quality ot edueatinn He post for the past 24 years, told challenging clerk's post, Driggers told the audience hometown crowd at Raiford
fire anyone said good business' prat-tires the audience at last week's that she felt t the duties of he I
1 ron Mrs. Woodley cited studies nifluding nil investment K.ntoril, rally that he has attending the Raiford rally office could be handled by one
ELECT showing that Union County; that Driggers had drawn a
( lie began would without
program always run his on person
spend 16 per cent less for nlllnw! : the school) !I\11I'01 to campaigns $33,000 per year salary from help. She said she did not
CHARLES E."RED" instruction and 40 per cent iiiiliiuie" '.pel. :.Hum. u .ilhiiKro.isi'd the housing authority in believe there was enough .
UNDERHILL more for administration than 1 I ltlevels, addition to his regular salaryas work for a supervisor plus!: nn 2
the current state average. She "risun tinted, I thit;' \the ,tl\\'>.ils Clerk of the Circuit Court. assistant in a county with only
+ House of Representatives Hendricks, a Union County registered voters
some 3.000
_# 4 farmer, also reviewed Lottie Lee Archer, election'supervisor
District 25 Democrat FARMER statements he had made for the past 12
and told
earlier rallies
e No new gun laws BUSINESSMAN the audience "M' opponenthas years, said "Unnecessary
"When guns are outlawed only outlaws will bave t' never denied these
.aI guns. charges he has merely tried to k
Native Floridian cover them up by accusing me
1 of mudslinging.
Reside in Clay County ; eC
"I I am not now, and never
Religion Protestant $
Record Tuesday March 14,1976S ; interest group," Hendricks (. I,
Diet. continued, adding, "I turned
'at. Rep Frank Wllllaim' plan to fII*a bill In R
the upcoming session othe Florida Vote Sept 7th r> down the job offer that would
Legislature; ,banning vehicular' traffic from one You CAN.. Depend on itl I have made me a puppet of :
Kmlle norm ol' the St Augustine Inlet to the I IIt
Paid ) office.
fOuval'County line PollticbIAdvby"Red"Underhill Trees I'enny Shealy hislDriggers
Hendricks said he was not ,

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at the end of those four years
it would be up to the voters toT

ElectDONNA r Jenkins ItTom It-', I

help is not right and I haw; no!
done it." She explained that .,
during her term in office the)
FAXON -==- cost of extra help has t"e"-n
$3.->7.03.: ,
Ask I Candidates seeking elect ioij, ''JJ
to the two school\ board seats
and the three count
Charley I commission posts up tor grin\. l 'rJ'I
in this election year sloppi-i P
E. short of criticizing then

I opponents and used their tune
Johns before the audience attending\ II I
; I Is A life the Uaiford rally to miHn"'
Has A VestedInterest ::. .. Time (heir qualifications and thC.t:! 1tL;
stance on the issues -
About This Question: fp
l In the District 4 sclim( !
Resident "The rising rate of thefts
InBradford (ward race, incumbent It.u
,, Of the higher awards for
t Crawford told the crowd (It".1hI'
personal injury to others -
believes in "a dollars>i th J
the increased cost of medical
of education for a tax dollar
County r'ordand treatment do these suggest Crawford is a native ot I I'mon

that a periodic survey of insurance ('ountyJ farm owner( Hie
AlacJua; coverage be made father of five children .'ill
d1 Count..es with your agent, to be sure educated in the public schools |, \1
of sufficient protection in of Union County and ,is actor( '; I
rya"t W oyyr"t our fast changing society?" in numerous; cixu i I|
I I organizations; He is piesidi
of the Union l'ounty Plan: '
Charley i K.: |1 ,
Bureau. ] i
I:' Crawford is' challom-nril! HI, ) I.
s JOHNS AGEINCTi his bid for a third term l II> ..
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+I Shealy and HI'' :

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I 2 Candidates Seeking Property. % Appraiser's Post I

Two candidates are seeking because Long holds a Florida termed "inappropriate." Estate. Long says "I have said his office figured the cost the work nowadays is just too
the office of property I real estate license while at the Long, though points out that never bought or sold real of hiring people off the streetto technical. He says if a person
appraiser: Gene Long,55, who same time having authority the only thing he Is forbiddenby estate since I've been do the reappraisal and receives an exemption, they the
has held the post for nearly 24 on the assessment of property statute to engage in while property appraiser" compared it with the figure have to come to his office
years,and Jimmy Alvarez, 23, in the county, which Alvarez property appraiser is fee supplied them from Hunicutt.He first time only, and after that
a University of Florida senior "Having a real estatesalesman' added that the Hunicutt reappraisal notices are mailed to them
and a past state president of license gives'me "is a one time automatically.
the Future Farmers of an advantage in understanding ..
proposition. If properly kept
Lake Butler real Alvarez has vowed to open
America. Approves estate" laws I deal withIn up to date, which we have the lines of communicationmore
my work, he added.
First elected in 1953, Long been doing, it will" not have to fully in the appraiser'soffice
has completed a 16 40 hour Alvarez also takes issue be done again. establish more
courses in appraisal $205,401 BillLAKE with the 1973 reappraisal of courtesy in the office, and
procedures and is a memberof Spending county property by the firm Alvarez has also voiced the make sure every citizen who
several professional Hunmcutt and Associates, to concerned that perhaps appeals his appraisal is
property appraisers organizations. BUTLER- City workers on the low end of the satisfy a then recently citizens don't understand treated fairly. Long says any
He is running on his Council members tentatively present pay scale. His srJimmy enacted regulation requiring procedures. in the appraiser'soffice citizen who is unhappy with
experience and familiaritywith approved a$205,401 budget for suggestion apparently hita t r property to be assessed at 100per as well as they might.He his property appraisal
appraising procedures. the fiscal year beginning responsive note with other k cent of its market value. would like to see more already has all this.
Alvarez he's not October I, 1976 and continuing council members present the lie contends that the extensive use of the media, he
pretending says to have work through September 30, 1977, raises were discussed and' reappraisal "really put the said,and automatic mailing of Appeals on property
experience, and concedes he'll Gene Long during a special session tentatively awarded. crunch on people," which notices to already exempted appraisals are heard by a 5-
Monday evening. The council adopted White's V would have been unnecessary taxpayers requesting them to member Board of Adjust-
have some learning to do if young people can accomplish
suggestion that employees had the office fill out forms and re qualify. ment, composed by law of
elected. He feels, though, that things," he says. Final approval of the Alvares appraiser's three commissionersand
currently making $3.00 per anticipated the need for reappraisal county
his educational background Due to Long's extensive proposed budget, which
enable him learn the hour receive a 20-cent per appraising. Although he Is earlier and moved Answering this, Long says two school board
will to experience in the job, the among other items calls for an
from the
hour raise, while city workers associated with George into it gradually. there is no way the average members. Appeals
job and do it well. He is not campaign has pretty much average increase of five-
currently earning $3.75 an Roberts Insurance and layman could know the detail Board of Adjustment go to
about his
defensive age, seen him telling voters"There's in for full-time
think hour be awarded a 15-cent per Defending the move, Long his office goes through, that Circuit Court.
either, saying, "I it's no substitute for hourly city employees, is set
important for young people to experience" and leaving it at for the regular council sessionof hour. raise for the upcoming (From Column 4)
get involved in government, that. He says his record shows September 8. year.A disbursements of funds by the
and they can do the job. Doyle fairness and competency The five-percent average total amount of $3,883 had city during the next year, In
been aside
set in the
Conner (presently Agriculture towards all property owners increase is not an across the council'sproposed addition to the salary raises,
Commissioner, former in Florida. It has been mostly board raise for the city city budget for are: $2,000 set aside for "My automobile insurance has doubled too, and f see people

member of the Florida House left to Alvarez to enumerateof employees. During Monday's salary upcoming increases fiscal during the payment of the first phase of being priced out of the market. There's no easy solution, but
Representatives from issues in a campaign almost budget work session justified the current sewer
elected devoid of The council its we've to attack fraud and waste and look
Bradford County) was them. Councilman Bill White asked improvement project; and got
to the House when he was 21, In a conversation with the fellow council members to action hikes in awarding the larger $1,000 for about 15 new street closely at no fault. We must dig deep at the root
pay to city employees on
and he was Speaker (of the Telegraph, Alvarez said the consider awarding a greater lights.
House) when he was 25. Not possibility of a conflict of part of the fivepercentincrease the low end of the current pay Although charging a lower causes of spiraling car insurance costs."
that the
that I'm comparing myself to interest in the property budgeted to noting two millage rate this year for ad
him, but it just shows you that appraiser's office exists, employee raises to city highest paid to city workers additional are valorem taxes, 7.453, the city
permitted earn will
receive almost $2,000

I Political Rhetoric! Cools A t Raiford Rally( work.income Last through year the over-time city paid additional assessments on funding property as is
about 145 per week in over-
up. The current 7.453 millagerate
Blair Harrison, 31, said "no Douglas, a Union County time to employees. is the lowest rate the r
(From Page 7))
political is running my native told the Other city employees
power Raiford council could set without tax
Mrs. Shealy, a resident of race," and promised to be a audience in running for officehe receiving tentative pay hearings. i.
Union County for the past 10 representative of the had "no axe to grind, no increases during Monday's Clean up and maintainance *
years said more emphasis individual citizen. He also special interest group budget session were city of Lakeside Park gained the
should be placed on reading in promised to "look at each pressure," but rather, wantedto clerks, who were awarded council's approval for$2,548 to unter
the county schools, which issue in a business fashion, be their county five-precent raises and the pay for regular, daily care in
three of her four children looking at both sides. commissioner. If elected city supervisor Cecil Brannen, the new budget. iJThe
attend. She promised to give ... .,..."- Douglas said he would be who coundil members decidedto
"careful thought to the wiseruse ;& .i "obligated and available to award a $25 per month e 4 4.
of tax dollars" for the citizen for assistance." raise. Store knives and other For Treasurer

school system. M..m......... wnyyyqJll11M1a. Not receiving raises were: sharp tools where childrencan't
Lawrence, a semiretiredreal ..' the mayor, the council
'tr find them. For
estate broker who has ,.'( 'j.)...... members, the fire chief, the keep knives in an out-of-reach example, Insurance CommissionerPol.
been active in county politicsfor it "1/4./" i. ;'_ city attorney, and the two rack.
the past 11 years since : Of1: ;' : school crossing guards. .Adv Pd.tor by CMzon*tar QurMr.JtHoH DumtaHMr.Cwrpi TV .
moving to the area said he .' ,
had "no bone to pick with The budget tentatively
opposition." He told the ;1 approved by the council
Raiford audience that his only I Monday is slightly higher than People's Candidate r-- ;
last year's $198,254 city
advantage over oppositionwas -
that he had"more time.to <,:' "I budget. Additional revenue f
: for the city during the
---. upcoming year comes VOTE TO ELECT

I primarily from anticipated
jumps in charges for water
IJ Royce Shaw and sewer services to the
Lake Butler Medical and
J Reception Center slightlyover
In the District 3 race, $6,000New MITCHELLBROWN
incumbent county and additional
commissioner David"Skip" E,
Nathan Trowel!
Woodington is _
challenged in his bid fora ,-
second term by Sidney Todd -,.
and former county constable _
( Henry :M. Douglas. Bradford Plumbing
Woodington is running on
his record, and told the Contracting & Service Work
R.D. Lawrencedo audience of improvements he
had helped initiate during the
the job.' He prom Ised to bea past four years, including 964.8708
full-time board member if green boxes, and a central
elected.In county dump. He noted that Home 782-3563 COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 1
the school board District one on the county's past
1 race incumbent Ressie garbage disposal sites has No Job To Small
been sold and (is now on
Griffis, who is seeking countytax
election to his first term since rolls. 105 E. Madison Starke TO THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY.
his appointment to the post 11. Todd promised to be a full- 4, T Paid 8/26 9/16 .
months said he would time commissioner and to
continue ago to work to save tax work to keep taxes down. When You Elect MITCHELL BROWN Your Commissioner For District 1.

dollars and the
schools. Griffis improve 34. a native of You will Have Easy Access To Him.

Union County said he is only

school obligated children to the of citizens the county and He Will Be Out On The Job And Will Know When The Need Arises

Nathan Griffis Trow is ell,opposed a 39-year-old by t And_ Will Try To Remedy The ConditionHe

resident of the county Trowell

dollars says he wherever believes in possible.saving tax He Will Always Be Courteous And Willing To Work With You In

said his children and
grandchildren have or are I Whatever May Arise
receiving education in the

county the schools.In District. 1 county He Will Be Just As Devoted To You The Last Day Of His Term As He

commission race, incumbent e
Was The First.
Paul Kiherd is challenged by he
Sam Johns. e a

campaign Kiherd for is re-election basing his on -TO DO GOOD AT ANYTHING, YOU MUST HAVE A DESIRE.

his past record and his a

degree qualifications administration.in including business the a MITCHELL BROWN Has That Desire

University of Florida.
Johns 27, a native of Union
County, told the Raiford rally He Wants To Be Your
elected audience"study that he issues would before if Commissioner In

making decisions and decide r
in the best interest of the
District 1.

people." He said he had no ties
with special interest groups.In .
the District S county
commission race, four He Is Offering His Service To You, The Decision Is Yours At The Ballot
candidates are vying for the
seat vacated by CM. Crews. Box, All He Asks Is A Chance
Royce Shaw, a semi-retired
farmer told the audience that

he budget would work down to wherever keep the .. : He Hopes You Will Give Him The Privilege To Be

possible making needed
improvements but ever Your CommissionerOn
mindful of the tax burden to

the individual. ltv; 1ti .r ,
llarlis Ellington, owner and

operator company running the of said county a the construction business is "big of asi e September 7th Vote For The Man

business" and as such needs
mature businessmen on the

past board resident 25 of years.of commissioners.the county Ellington for said the A That Has Your Interest At HEART

he favors improving the
county roads and publishing
minutes of the commission
meetings in a local paper. He wa
promised to represent the MITCHELL
entire county and not just his BROWN
district and stated that he is
not obligated to any special
interest group or individual.
Tom, Jenkins a 30-year e e e
resident of Union County, told

will the Kaiford soon retire audience from that his he Truly The "PEOPLE'S CANDIDA TE"

present employment and will
be a full-time commissioner.

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: Chiles Asks To Debate Republican NomineeU.S. j ji

Sen. Lawton Chiles (D- people's fears, to applying following the primary the most likely time for the suggested. "Besides, I've got
Fla.), candidate for reelection self-serving Interpretations on elections He said he would series would seem to be in a first-term record that I'm '
to his second six-year the opponent's positions. urge media participation on a October when Congress was pretty proud of, and I look
term, recently proposed a "Well, I think the public Is public service basis and that no longer in session. forward to talking about it
series of joint appearanceswith pretty sick of that negative he hoped a sponsoring with my opponent.: You might
the person who becomesthe kind of politics, and I believe organization could be The senator admitted that say I want to make sure he or
Republican nominee. the best way to get facts and arranged for the series."I it's politically unusual for the she gets it right" l
Chiles has no Democratic understanding is when the think it would take four or Incumbent to be the proposer .
opposition. candidates stand on the same five in various parts of the of debate rather than the ELECT TOM CASEY .
"Call it debate or whateverou platform, present their cases, state to afford a challenger. SUPERINTENDENTOFSCHOOLS .
like," Sen. Chiles said, and have to answer each otheron chance to see everyone or hear a "Guess this makes me the j
'but what I want to see the spot with the public debate,"he noted,adding that challenger then, right?" he SEPTEMBER?, .97. I ,.:
happen Is a public, wide open listening and watching.
discussion of the issue face-to- The senator said this ._ IILET'S
face by the candidates. approach should effectively '
"Too often candidates discourage "hit-and-run
resort to labeling an opponent campaigning." KEEP
Inaccurately to extreme Chiles said he would make a ;
rhetoric rather than the facts, proposal to the Republican
to using scare words to trigger nominee immediately
a I i,8. h iY / 1tr

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Florida' &UUi. Iruo employee" (I*) Elvi Hampton. M.C. Price P. Norton A.L. Laney and
R.L.Green recently participated In the Correctional Training Institute(CTI)at Raiford. County Wide
This Is the second CTI group to enroll In the program taught In conjunction with Lake City Com-
munity College. The graduates earn nine semester credits for successfully completing the 160 ( Tax Assessor) :
hour course. .I would like for it to be known by r
The participants will continue their training with an additional 16 hours
taught by regional everyone that I am not backed or
Instructors on an In-service basis at various correctional facilities located throughout Florida. financed by any one group or groups. If by chance I missed you in my travels around the

Bike Deaths Down In 76 But More Pedestrians Killed this to I
.It has been rumored, which is a county, please accept as my personal plea

TALLAHASSEE Bicycle trian deaths for the same six not more than two abreast. political scheme that I
deaths are down while pedes- months period show that 237 Where bicycle paths are pro- was broughtinto everyone for your vote and support in the
trian deaths are up says the have died in 1976 as comparedto vided they must be used. the race by one of my opponents of
Florida Highway Patrol. 221 in 1975," says Colonel Beach says the l law calls for
"Patrol records for the first Eldridge Beach patrol direc pedestrians to use sidewalks District One. This statement is untrue Democratic Primary on September 7th t I I'I
six months of 1976 show that tor. where available or if not, to and has no foundation. You can be '
bicycle deaths are down from "Bicyclists and pedestrianshave walk on the left side of the
33 to 23 as compared to the specific laws written for roadway facing traffic. assured when you vote for and elect me Thank You GENE '
same period in 1975. Pedes- their protection in the state Streets should be crossed at your Commissioner from District One
statutes and everyone should crosswalks where available.
know and obey them. They Never leave the curb and walkor I'll answer to no one but you, THE
Cliristiiin Fellowship were made for their protec- run into the street and PEOPLE. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
Set tion." the director states. always obey the pedestrian
Group According to Beach, bicyclists control signals. It is unlawfulfor
must obey traffic con- pedestrians to stand on the EXPERIENCE e QUALIFICATIONS KNOWLEDGE
Here Next .I will greatly appreciate vote ,
FridayA your
trol devices right-of-way paved portion of the roadway
preferences because they to "hitch-hike", a ride. and support at the polls next Tuesday, INTEGRITY ,
din er and evening of have the same rights and "Many of the deaths each .
fellowship is planned riday. duties as the driver of a year involving pedestriansand Sept. 7.
September 10, by the Full vehicle. In addition no more bicyclists could have been Thank You, Ii IiI
Gospel Businessmen's persons may ride on a bicycle prevented by following the CERTIFIED FLORIDA APPRAISER
Fellowship International than it was intended to carry. rules of safe walking and rid- Mitchell Brown
(FBGFI) Never "hitch" a ride on a ing. They are for your protec- I
The dinner to be held at car or truck. Bike riders tion so use them to your ad-
6:30: at the Garden Restaurant should always ride as near to vantage," the director concluded -
on U.S. 301 north in Starke is the right side as possible and J OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF
for the purpose of establishingan ISSUING 1-
area chapter of the FGBFI.
Guest speaker will be ELECTION
Russell E. Linenkohl, an
international field HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Signature of EI.ctor STUB NO. 1
representative for the FGBFI SEPTEMBER 14, 1974
and Harold W. Shadd Jr.,
owner and president of Baby .

so. Dy-Dee Service and Flint Dust ...
Control in Jacksonville. Signature of Elector --' "OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS ,OF -' 4:,. L
Steak and trimming is on .. ''If ISSUING'; ,
the and tickets must be Initials of] "i v ,
menu -
purchased no later than suing Offic Iser; :/ 3 DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER

Thursday.: .September 9. No.
Tickets, which are js.95 each _' STUB NO. 2
are availabed in Starke at the
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Store on U.S.) 301 north or in 00 =
Keystone by calling 4732702.


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for whom desire .
person you to vote. i

CONGRESSIONALRepresentative Member,

HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA in Congress State House of Representatives County CommISsIOner2nd

SEPTEMBER 14, 197 2nd Congressional District 25th House District 3

(Vote for one) (Vote for one) (Vote for one)

Make a Mark (X) opposite the name of the Candidate of I

From Wviw Bra

301 For Two Only Term Two Year

DRIVE-IN I TED CURTIS SR. STATE Property Appraiser County Commissioner )i

State Treasurer (Vote for one) District FiveSuperintendent

I Fri & Sat. ROY ROARK (Vote for one) (Vote 'for one) /

The terrifying motion B I HAZEL U. PAULK
picture from the terrifying


( a cross IX( ) In the square at the right ROOSEVELT K. JONES
1C For the Amendment or Against the Amendment). of Public InstructionVote School Board Member

( for one) District
l "" o NO. 1 Commissioner Florida PibfcService
[ KWKHMCWCWiMIK (Vote for one)

Amend the City Charter to elect the Clerk Commission TOM CASEY
Plus City to a term of I ROYCE R. JOYNER
two years, |lust as the Mayor and Councilmen are elected (Vote for one) j
Robert Redford In for two years. If approved, the Amendment would apply to DEWEY BUFORD MCKINNEY VERNON F. PARMENIERL

"The Great Waldo the City Clerk elected September 1", 1976. PHIL BREWER
Pepper"Sun. FOR THE AMENDMENT District 1

i (Vote for one)
Mona In

....- f 5th Senatorial Dlstrkt D. L. (DAVE) SHUFORD'v' wl

ThEGJRLFRQMBFRHSHJP(j ( ; The Charier will be amended to read that the day after the (Vote for one) .. ,;

UENLJSILKMWO election a special meeting will be held. All present officeholders V. L. STARLING _
and those elected the night before will attend. The DONNA FAXON :: :
N.wre. M IIaCONNNIN COMKNumON* R 'oC sole purpose of the meeting will be to Install the newly

elected office holder There will be no pay for this meet- JACK 'McGRIFF ':. .
Plus The h ,
Ing. amendment would become effective Immediately. TERRY PUTNAL :!' : ,


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Sept. 9 Meeting Set On School Building Priorities City To ProvideFrom ..... ... ............ ............... .......................'... Rally( Set FridayAt

I i 1975, the council voted to then voted in February to
I lists of their, have it at roadway around Bradford ( Page 1) supply utilities, but citizens'groups withdraw the refusal.Commissioners Theressa
A special Bradford school own priorities and Monday's utility services to areas within responded with furious at the time
board meeting is set at 5 which the board had meeting High.
p.m. 8,000 feet of the city limits. told citizens theydidn't
next Thursday, Sept. 9, for requested. It appeared to be The board had questions 4)) A request for BHS senior protests and the commission protesting think the complex The Theressa VolunteerFire
principals and board simply a matter of about the priorities privileges. The apartments on the considered reversing itself. Department will sponsora
members to come to communication.The established on the list, which 5) An amendment to the back burner for nearly a year The proposal failed at the timeon would ever be built, since Fish Fry and Political Rally
agreement on a list of Jockel said was compiled by Title One budget. following months of controversy a 3.2 vote, but four months DS&N did not yet have had the Friday September 3, at the
6) The last year suddenlycame later the council succumbed to loan and the impact study Center.
building, repair, and principals had combining the variousprincipal' budding priorities Theressa Community
to life the and withdrew the not been completed. It was
recommendations.Some discussed above. again early in protest
maintenance priorities to be participated in drawing
up the developmentfirm will be
when utilities commitment. assumed Live entertainment
7) August the developers
also missedthe Continuation of
list principals
financed with
the 1975.76 of priorities taling
told the Citizens the would not be able to come furnished by the Dixie
budget carry-over which $321.900 which Supt. Richard meeting the last week discussion on school board city council they had were protesting
totals $459,233.One Jockel presented to the board when the board wanted to rules. received a $914,000 loan from building of the apartments on up with the money. Ramblers, known for their
last discuss the priorities so the the Farmers Home Administration the grounds that it would There the matter stood until bluegrass music.
meeting was They did not seem and had the in increase noise, crime, traffic three weeks ago, when DS&N The fish supper will be from
wanted board decided the money
terminated Monday after to realize the board upon 65 Percent. .
Monday. After the bank and were ready to and litter in (the area, and that asked to address the city com 6:00: to 7:30: p.m., and will
principals showed up minus them each to make a new list Monday meeting a abortive effort, the (From Page 1) start construction on the pro the apartments were to be mission and told of plans to go include fish, hush puppies i
ject. Warren Harold integrated. They feared that ahead on the project. cole slaw, baked beans and
next meeting is set Sept. 9 at Royce R. Joyner are vying for Epps
which time the principals are the seat vacated by retiring and Marc Jackson decided the property values In the area, grits. The charge is $2 for ]
Let's Progress Not Regress I to be present with their lists of veteran board member Rodney city needed a 30-day( delay for which is mostly agricultural, Starke4-IIClub adults and $1.50 for children
recommendations. Hall. (Related story inside "further study" of impact would be lowered.At under 12.
Next Thursday September The political rally begins at
). considerations. Silcox and the same time the Clear
I The board's point is that 9, at 7:30 there will be a 8 and each candidate
The District 1'county Charles Schaefer opposed the inghouse Committee of the : p.m. p.m.
KeepHomer needed repair jobs be com delay. North Central Florida meeting held to organize a 4-H will be allowed a maximum of
mission has incumbentD.L.
completed before money is "Dave"race Shuford challenged Schaefer told the commission Regional Planning Council club in the Starke area. five minutes in which to
spent on other items. Board The will be held at speak. Speaking order will be
by Mitchell Brown and at its August 17 meetingthat cited possible flooding and meeting
member Arthur Gaskins
V.L. Starling. the city was putting a $2.5 tentative costly additions to the Civil Defense Building on determined by drawing allcandidates'
stated he wants to
NewellClay repeatedly District 3 Commissioner million Environmental Pro the wastewater system as the fairgrounds North 301. names from a hat.
County -
the and
get ......
Is tection Agency grant in environmental considerationsthat -
heating equipment In the Ralph Bryan opposedin
jeopardy by to needed to be studied
"round house" which supplies his bid for re-election by refusing supply
Maxie Carter,Jr. and Charles water and sewer utilities to before construction began.It .
both the middle school and vo- CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
McKinney. the complex.The was decided that an
tech center in working order
before the Hazel U. Paulk. who is seeking grant, intended to impact study would be pre
money goes revamp the city sewer system pared, addressing itself to
somewhere else. her first full-term following
As usual in a special school her appointment to the and bring it into line with state environmental problems and Let us explain our energy
and federal further deliberation would
District 5 commission seat pollution-control
board meeting, the agenda for
{the Sept. 9 session has grown. upon the death of her husband, guidelines requires that utilities await the result of the study.
Seven items are now listed: is challenged by Joe Pente service be provided to Then, on October 31, 1975, a saving system
Status) of instructionalstaff cost. (See related story on all areas within 8,000 feet of city letter from the EPA confirmed
salaries. three county commissionraces limits. to the city that it stoodin
2)Status) of payroll inside this issue). The city has once before danger of losing the EPA
deduction of BEA dues. In addition. Democrats will agreed to furnish utilities to grant for its sewer system if it COMPLETELY
3)) A change order on the mark their preference in: the the complex but later refused to extend utilities to
County CommissionerDist fencing project to allow for the State Senate District 5 race changed its mind. In June, the apartments. The council

larger gates necessary to being contested by five political -
1 Democrat avoid putting posts In the hopefuls Donna Faxon, aoD DDi -J ; INSTALLED
Jack McGriff, Terry Putnal :
Sherrill "Pete" Skinner and .'.,
School. .',
Elect The Man That Has The Time Harold E. Walker; the Public
(From Page 1) Service Commission race /// .'
county elementary schoolsare between Phil Brewer and
And reporting increases in Katie Nichols; the State $1490
Experience To Serve You
enrollment. At Hampton elementary Treasurer contest featuring a
Principal Connie three-way race between Bill GLAZED ,
Clark has enrolled 166 students Gunter,Aubyn H. Hodges and
The Way You Deserve To Be Served in a "pleasant" first few Roosevelt K. Jones; the Con IJ:
days of classes. Brooker gressional Representativerace DOUGHNUTS ((2-TON )

reports an enrollment of 149 between Jack Arm ,
students and Ele- plus any necessary
Lawtey strong, Russell Bevis and ""
Paid Pol Adv e/ 19 .9/2 I Jim Duncan .ndlf' ,.... 1"" .
mentary Principal incumbent Don Fuqua for the Ii'' \ I electrical work
has 287 students on hand. District 2 seat; and the State J; nwra "
House of Representatives con .1i\1'\' I"... III "
test between Charles "Red"Underbill ., ,
Elect A Good Man For The Job. and incumbent / I a

Frank Williams. .,', SAVE $$ ON

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greeted with a much shorter Carrier's new "SUPER ,
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casting preference votes in 5175Ea.
just two party races the State available. Demand le [ /
Treasurer contest, between U. efficiency compari- I
Betty Armistead and Jeff ; DO before II I1 I IIIIu
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For City Council Latham; and U.S. Senate race Carrier beat them all q
between John Grady, Helen m ...: BREADD' m
Group One Hansel and Walter Sims up to depending
which will decide on an opponent """" 0ib on the brand.
for incumbent Democratic ; 50c

He Will Serve The City Impartially And To The Best Of His All Senator voters Lawton Democrats.Chiles. rn ;. ... LOAF m mW

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has been implied that my salary increased because of holding a reappraisal, and
Increasing value. This is not true. In 1974 under Florida Statute 145.10 all County Officials
J l L ) t YJiT salaries were adlusted. I published this schedule so that you. the taxpayers and citizens of
Bradford County could see the whole' story. I have always been conscious of your tax
dollars using only what is needed to run this office under the law and In a business like
manner. For example, funds received at the beginning of a quarter are not left in a checking
account but are deposited In a savings account. The interest income from this account,
94Se S824.A7 over the last 2 years Is not budgeted but Is returned directly to the County
Commissioners General Fund to benefit you, the taxpayers. 6
I wish to be allowed to continue my cautious policies with your tax dollars in the next four

..tia"Scrumpdi11yishus'offer years.

: Year Money Left. over from

ALL DAYEVERY 1965 S Salary 9000.00 Budget-Returned to County

1966 9000.00 S 59.66
1947 9.000.00 1797.79

1968 9000.00 1119.30
DAY 1969 10800.00 1383.54
Dairif 1970 11000.00 123.21
1971 11000.00 354.26
1972. 11000.00 2.438.82
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1974 18.880.23 1596.23

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Basic Skills Education Has Top Priority In BradfordBasic


skills education tops determine a productive way in prevent a millage Increase. reasons at various elementary Casey: In response to this detrimental effects on the
the priority lists of the 1 which those facilities could be Joyner: "I am not in favorof schools. And, Joyner said question Casey said "Each students." rr
candidates for Superintendentof would be to new taxes. If the school "the bus '
used It put good any the agriculture person must search ther own It
Schools and School Board use for the community. board is aware of what is department is using is conscience as to what they Question: Do you favor open 4
District 4, and all candidatesare Parmenter: "I would be In being spent there will not be a deplorable There's no excuseto want to do I can't speak for classrooms or closed
in agreement that avenues favor of selling it if someone deficit. If you work with (the 4 put a bus on the road in that anyone else." classrooms?
other than a tax Increase wanted to buy it, rather than monthly budget print-outs: ) M'I (I i Pr condition. Some money shouldbe McKinney: "There will be Casey: Personally
should be explored to balancea just letting it sit and there is no reason why you used to upgrade field trip no detrimental effects (to the preferring the closed i
school budget canaidate's.viewsare deteriorateParmenter can't stay within the budget." buses and equipment. students) because of the, classroom. Casey said. "As
The four suggested that if there were Joyner said only a "dire Question: What should a professional attitude of the administrators we should I'' .
given on various areas no buyers "Head Start coulduse emergency" would cause himto student expect to receive for teachers of this county When provide teachers with the I
concerning school matters in it because as I understand vote a tax increase, and twelve years of education in they go to work (Monday) the space they want. The teachers ''i'
their responses to a set of they do not have the proper before he would consider .. the county? child will be first .in their requested (in May) that all ,.r j :
questions prepared by the facilities." raising to the eight mill limit Casey: "A student should minds." classrooms at Bradford High .
Telegraph. Running for the <5N'lR' Joyner: "It had he would "have to considerthe expect a development of his Parmenter: "I would hope School be enclosed and they I
office of Superintendent of deteriorated to the point now emergency and evaluatethe skills and talents in a the teachers would not allow have been because that is the j
Schools is Tom Casey and yL where it should be situation at that time wholesome and friendly their personal feelings to way they said they could most
Dewey C McKinney Royce .... should it arise." t".bL atmosphere." efficiently do their jobs." ,
R Joyner and Vernon > McKinney.: "A student
Parmenter are contesting the gViDewey Casey: Said: that he should receive the ability to

School Board District 4 seat L agreed with most of the read well enough to cope in McKinney: "I prefer the i
AN. Holiday the candidatefor McKinney
recommended expenditureswith our present-day world He
closed classroom the "
School Board District 3, is the reservation that should be able to read, write classroom has not; worked in
not included in this survey promotion.is "They key to that correction of present non- Royce Joyner legibly,and be able to do basic the county There are too ,
because his seat is prevention rather than in the
functional equipment computational skills, and lA
remediation. If child in the many distractions in the open \
uncontested. a I various school should have $459,233 fund balance was a become more socially ard: "
Casey is a veteran of 27 first grade misses reading ...... ., priority before any new "smart move because you emotionally mature." classroom setting.
years in the Bradford school foundations send him back ) 1sf'i t'p'1"t purchases "The$40,000 item I need a fund balance to corer Parmenter: "I feel that
system and served as and help him attain those .! would question (accounting unexpected emergencies." every student should have the
superintendent from foundations before sending Parmenter "To Parmenter: "I favor closed
196472. machine for the business : my opportunity to attain the
He Is presently principal at him on. McKinney said that office), and $60,000 for the Vo- knowledge, I feel the present highest level of tearing he or classrooms based on my own
Bradford High School. In while more emphasis shouldbe 1 + Tech might be small in view of recommendations for the use she possibly can. and experience as a student
response to the question, "if placed on reading current equipment needs." He of the fund balance are certainly should be able to' because of interference of" out-
elected what Items or programs, good steps have said the Vo-Tech "is in satisfactory." read write and do simple 4V side noise during class.
programs do you think should been made in the Title One continuous need of additional Joyner: "Generally I wouldgo mathematics."

receive priority funding?", program for children in equipment to keep them along with the Joyner: "A student should Joyner: Joyner favors the '
Casey said "I will continue grades one through three with recommendation I would like
.4G'a updated. expect to have an education closed classroom, and said
with the existing basic skUls reading deficiencies and in McKinney: "I think we needto to evaluate (the allocation when they receive a diploma, "there are too many distrac-
programs with additional the county's own reading study them closer ... with for) physical education, the and to receive a diploma that tions and pupils do not learn
emphasis in early childhood, program. impossibility of realigningsome bands, and the playground." will mean something well (in open classrooms).
and with reassignment of Parmenter: "Yes I favor priorities and with Joyner's suggestions included recognized by colleges, Joyner said he has been
personnel to teach basic skills the literacy test. I feel that Tom Caseydemolished. feedback from teachers, money for fencing, the BHS businesses and other Vernon Parmenter involved in the construction of
in the middle and when a student leaves high non- auditorium and bus "
upper concerned individuals. interfere with their duties and North Florida schools that
school he she It's costing us '.
or should be ableto
levels. instructional personnel, Improvements "We should Question: Will the current responsibilities to the have switched to closed classrooms '
Casey gave hearty approvalto read, wirte, and do simple money for instance and citizens: and the school have a good auditorium whilewe contract negotiations have a students." after being built to
and it be hazard.
the Vo-Tech and mathematics. We already upkeep can a the have the
program and board" McKinney said money. Fencing detrimental effect on the Joyner1: "The negotiations accommodate the open class-
said he would like to add have an established reading People could go in get $137,333 remaining from the should be studied for safety students? should not reflect any room setting
additional classes and program and math program hurt. We should sell the F
additional personnel becauseof but if after further property." Joyener said thatif
the present student investigation I felt the a prospective buyer could
backlog. Casey said constant programs were not fulfillingthe use the materials in the U.S. House Candidates On 't
updating of materials at the need I would" favor structure then axing it wouldbe Agree Budget Balancing
expanding them. unneceseary
Vo-Tech is needed to keep -
with Joyner: "Yes.,. we should Question: Are teachers out of touch with the that much "
current technological The three political public's people are paying there appears to be danger or air, Wadsworth said in
development. "Programsmust follow through on the present being treated fairly in the candidates seeking to interest. The commitments higher inheritance taxes. I say damage to an irreplacable explaining Fuqua's policy.
keep pace with the reading program already current salary negotiations? represent the Second Districtof which I have made concerningthe let the inheritance tax natural resource in the nameof Armstrong: "It seems to me
future, and not be historically initiated and further" push the Do you approve for of the pay Florida in the U.S. Congress kind of representative I deduction go up at the same progress, we must side with that the auto industry has had
correct with the past. math program Joyner said raises set administrative express almost identical will offer- to introduce a rate as inflation. Somethinglike the natural resource. I don't sufficient notice to be able to
McKinney. has served 10 that students with different personnel ((16.97 per cent views on passing legislation constitutional amendment to this has to be done think anyone can be certain e low cost emissioncontrols .
years in the Bradford school reading abilities must receive average), and for non- requiring mandatory federal limit congressional terms to because we're losing all our that the aquifer would not be before the deadline. I ,
system as a teacher and individual instruction relativeto instructional personnel (19.9( budget balancing, accordingto 12 years, to hold a town hall family farms." damaged by completion of the know that many .
principal, and Is presently their reading levels. "We per cent average)? a survey conducted earlier Question: Do you favor a canal and the economic governmental regulations .
of the
principal of Starke have specialized reading Casey: response this week by the Telegraph. cut-back on military benefits appear to be" where immediate compliance '\
former administrator and
Elementary. In responding to teachers they should be Questioning CongressmanDon spending, or should we minimuial at best The is required, mean additional ,
teacher to both
the above question concerningItems utilized. (The reading questions was, Fuqua D-Altha and his maintain equal strength to present estimated cost of cost to consumers, but I
or programs for priority program) hasn't been pushed "There should have been a challengers Jack Armstrongand that of the Soviet Union completing the canal is doublethe believe that they have had !

funding, McKinney said, "The like it has been pushed" at salary time schedule for all presented personnel at Russell Bevis, both of Fuqua: "We favor original estimate for the ample time to comply and I
child should be the numberone Hampton Elementary. Andif one Tallahassee the Telegraph maintaining superior military, entire project, and the get the impression that auto
priority.with basic skills students don"t pass the including a minimum salary learned all three candidates strength, whatever it costs, estimated annual revenues manufacturers are using the f
education in the classroom.We literacy tests? "If they don't increase (for the lower favor some of federal budget Wadsworth said of Fuqua's would be only half the annual threat of a price increase to
need to put more money pass they should repeat bracket salaries) and a cost of balancing. policy. He noted there is operating expenses. In stall the development of such
into classroom instruction courses to bring them up to living percentage increase. It Fuqua who has represented f ''obviously a lot of waste" in addition, statistics, which 1 controls." I'''
fair that all
where it can benefit our standards. is only personnel Florida's Second t military spending but cutbacks have seen, estimate that Nevis: "I favor extentions ,.
children." He added that the Question: Do you favor should receive the Increase.relatively Congressional District In U.S. 1wv. ,, are almost impossibledue fewer than 2,000 jobs would be only in areas where it can be
acquisition of necessary funds decreasing, increasing, or same percentage"I think House of Representatives for to Inflation. created by completion of the shown that delays will resultin
"may be accomplished holding at current levels, the McKinney treated: they but the past 14 years, has Armstrong: "We must canal, and that's a very small savings to the individual
through cuts in administration number of administrative are being fairly, "consistantly favored" such maintain at least equal percentage of the work force consumer."
both the teacher's negotiatingteam according._ to strength, if not greater than Bevis "Anytime a Do
..! and others area. personnel and the board's legislation : projectis Question: you agree that ,L
McKinney said a second Casey: The candidate to campaign spokesman Herb the Soviets. I was surprised going to destroy a new tax reform legislation is ,
priority is "to provide more indicated that the number of negotiating team ought Wadsworth an recently to read that the geographical feature it must one of the most important '
updated equipment in our administrative personnel at approach renegotiations over" administrative assistant to percentage of our national prove to me that it is of issues before Congress and do
secondary classrooms, and to the level of individual schoolswas salary with an of open the mind. Fuqua. Wadsworth outlined budget which is appropriatedfor tremendous benefit to the you approve of it as presently
provide every child in the satisfactory but said at Speaking non- Fuqua's stance on the budget national defense has people" drafted ,
county with a textbook" the county level "personnel instructional pay raise, balancing issue as, "favoring decreased over the last 30- Question : Should Fuqua : "Absolutely," to
Other suggestions included responsibility might be McKinney said "it is fair, they zero-budgeting". years. I an concerned environmental protectionlaws part one according to 'I
"providing instructional redefined for possible were grossly underpaid. The Wadsworth replied to all Jack Armstrong however, with the large cost passage be stepped up or Wadsworth Part two: "No. ,
programs to fit the needs of reduction," and that he 19 per cent was 19 per cent of a questions covered in the over-runs and other examplesof slowed down some of the proprosals are
every child," new furniture planned to reduce the numberof little bit, now they are makinga Telegraph survey concerning forum in every county of our what would appear to be Fuqua: "We must make worse than we have now, The ,
(such as desks) in some county-level administrative fair rate of pay." And Fuqua's policy statements. District at least once a year wasteful spending by the some concessions, there must American people are j
schools, expansion of the girls' personnel. addressing the average 16.97 Armstrong 33, said federal and to provide a monthly Pentagon. I m not convincedthat be some give and take. We will demanding tax reform, but
athletic program and "more McKinney: "Through some per cent pay raise for budget balancing is "a record of my voting would we are getting all of the what the senate has passed is
money to provide proper reorganization and more administrative personnel direction we have to move in." insure I will be accessible and defense we're paying for. Like worse than what we have I
maintenance of schools, efficient operation we could McKinney stated simply "in adding "but its not somethingyou accountable and that I'm not all other agencies of the now," Wadsworth added.
particularly heating and air decrease the number of some areas it is possibly can pass and mandate approaching congress as a executive branch, the military Armstrong: "Meaningful F.
conditioning." administrative personnel and inflationary" overnight." He continued life-timecarreer, I belive that should be subject to close 4w tax reform essential, but the

Parmenter, 33, has a the amount of money spent in Parmenter: The candidate "I've said Congress must do a this people oriented kind of congressional scrutiny to latest tax bill should not be
background in business administration" declined comment saying thorough and ruthless representation will do a great guard against unnecessary r considered a reform I am I .:
management and is currently Parmenter: "I do not favor instead, "I cannot give a examination of the federal deal to give people a voice in spending committed to an overall tax
working toward a bachelor's increasing the number of definite statement at this time bureaucracy to determine government once again." Bevis: "I think there oughtto reform similar to the one
degree in accounting. He is administrative personnel. until I study the contract where there is waste Bevis: "I think any patriotic be no question about who's proposed by Secretary of the
manager of The Office Shop in However, if the need is there I thoroughly. However the overlapping and duplicationor American wants governmentto number one militarily in the Treasury Simon, which would
Starke. Parmenter said many am not in favor of decreasingIt. majority of the teachers I where agencies which no get closer to the people. The world The battle I have with wipe the slate clean of j
items he would consider for have talked with were in longer have a purpose question is, are they my conscience is when the exemptions and loopholes and I I j
priority funding have already Joyner: "The number of agreement with the contract." continue to exist. I'm courageous enough to fight for budget is increasing so would create a simplified I
been acted on by the present administrative personnel convinced that there is enough it? Congress has let the rapidly In spite of all the fat system which we could all '
board. He gave as an examplethe should remain at the same Joyner: He said the unfair waste presently in the federal government get out of hand, there is in the budget. All over 1 understand and which would
completion of Phase IV level as close as possible. It's aspect of the contract budget which if eliminated, bigger and bigger. They're up this country there are military take the burden off the backsof
and Phase V of the school at a good level now." negotiations centered aroundthe would make it much easier to there in Washington talking bases that the Pentagon wantsto middle class working
board's building program at question: Do you favor any School Board's reluctanceto arrive at a balanced budget." about all the grant money close or cut-back people. I see no evidence that
the high school. type of secret meetings negotiate a contract with Armstrong resigned as they're going to hand out and operations or perhaps Congress is now inclined to
"The majority of the Casey: "I will favor an the teachers. He said the executive director of the how they're going to control it, combine them with other move in that direction and tax
priority items have been executive session only when board and the teachers shouldsit Florida Association of and that's just not right." He installations to save money reform to them is a far cry i
accomplished in the 1976-77 the board is dealing with a down at the bargainingtable Community College to seek offered this solution: "No partof but the Congressmen in those from the kind of sweeping I
budget recommendations," delicate personnel matter and work until a election to the post the government can expand districts won't stand for it. reform which I believe is

Parmenter said, "however, I anything that might damagethe satisfactory contract is representing Florida's Second without money it's as simpleas This congressional arm Russell Bevis necessary The tax bill i;,,4'
feel each student should have reputation of person." reached."I District in Congress that. If the sunset bill is twisting convinces me that recently passed by the Senateis
the materials necessary to Casey said that all I other feel they should go to the Bevis, 49, said of mandatory passed these agencies would these bases are being used for horrible, rather than I
enable them to obtain the best meetings, including contract negotiating table the federal budget balancing, "No not have all this unlimited local industry: not for defense. continue to move to clean up simplifmg the system it has I
possible education." negotiation work sessions problems are not too severe question that we should keep money. That's the way to get They acMally passed a bill in the environment, and we made it even more complexby I
41, is a certified should be open to the public. where they could not be within a balanced budget." He government closer to the Congress last year and Don support tax breaks for adding dozens and dozensof I
Joyner industries
building contractor and has McKinney.: "Under the worked out. including salary feels the Sunset bill presently peoplemake your Fuqua voted for it- that if the installing" pollutionsafe additional exemptions, only
been involved in constructionof make up of bargaining the and insurance." And the before Congress will aid in constituents' feelings know in Pentagon wants to alter guards Wadsworth said a few of which would benefit I
schools and apartment school board must be able to admimstative and non- achieving this goal. "Thereare Washington, and control all military bases, it must first in outlining Fuqua's policy working people. It's just j\ I
in executive session. As instructional pay raises? "I that notify both Armed Services ,Armstrong: "The numbersof bill
complexes in North Florida. meet just so many agencies the money that is spent in another tax relief for the I
Joyner said the county's far as any board action that feel they are justified now one gets the impression that Washington." Committees and prepare an laws passed are not as extremely wealthy," ,
present reading program affects the citizens of the cause of the long period in not they look for work to do just to .Question: Do you favor an crucial as the manner in Bevis:: "In regard to the
must be utilized better to county all meetings should be receiving raises. but it shouldbe keep themselves in business" inheritance tax break for the which existing Iws are Allman Bill which deals {
insure the value of the high open. I am in favor of school controlled in the future, Bevis stated. He said the only individual farmer? enforced. I think everyone primarily with the reduction
school diploma "The most board meetings being held in Joyner said, explaining that exception to balanced federal Fuqua: "Absolutely, the wants to protect and will the be in inheritance taxes yes. I
important item would be the the late afternoon or early certain percentage increases budgeting is "a national present system is unfair. We environment agree whole-heartedly with
reading program, and a math evening so the working citizen should be granted across the emergency," which he added, need to maintain the family I. willing to cooperate in doingso that type of tax reform. Tax
program.,. we must push the may attend. board as they become "we don't have now" farm, not destroy them, but the attitude government'smilitant and reform is needed to make the )
basics in education so we'llhave Parmenter: "The only necessary to offset cost of Bevis is a fourth generation they're the backbone of the with large corporations pay more
quality education and so secret meeting I favor wouldbe living Increases. Floridian who was born in country," Wadsworth said of burdensome regualtions of their fair share, for the sake
students will be graduatingwith when the board caucuseson Question: Would you Gadsden County and educatedin Fuqua s policy. He added that .r' regard to enforcement environmental of of the farmer and the
a good diploma.." contract negotiations. recommend raising local the public schools of Fuqua planned to leave the existing individual businessman."
Other questions, and the Other than that I'm not in property taxes to the full Marianna. He is a former campaign trail this week to protection laws has alienated Question: What do you thinkof
candidates responses are as favor of any secret meetings." eight-mill limit to balance a mayor of Tallahassee, and return to Washington for the many of our people and has presidential hopeful Jimmy .
follows: Joyner: "I favor secret budget? past president of numerous voting on a bill changing the created a serious and Carter's proposal to grant :
Question: Do you favor the meetings to a degree on Casey: "I am" committed to civic organizations.Other present $60.000 estate unnecessary rift between pardons ( rather than j jl,,
and the
standardized literacy test contract negotiations no new taxes, Casey said. He questions and exemption to $200,000Aohich industry amnesty) to those who refusedto i l>
soon to be required for Otherwise meetings must be added that before he would responses by the candidates in had been introduced by environmentalists. I believe be drafted for service in j
graduation? What steps open and in the sunshine." consider recommending a the Telegraph survey follow: Fuqua. that leadership is needed to Southeast Asia? ,'
should be taken to insure all Question: If elected, what millage increase he would develope compromise Fuqua: "We do not favor
Bradford County students will would you recommend to do "review every program and Question: Do you feel Armstrong: "Absolutely solutions which will not totally the pardon, but that decisionis
the inheritance is
its priority in the school should be tax a major stifel economic development, "
RJE ? federal
read at required_levels? with the building government the president's aide John I
favored the Casey: Said he would system for possible cutback." brought back closer to the factor in the rapid decline in but which will at the same Clark stated
standardized Casey: Casey literacy test and work toward re-establishing McKlnno: "I would only'' the number of small, family time preserve the quality of Armstrong: "I disagree I
said he would "work and contacts made when he was propose a tax raise if itbecame Fuqua: "Absolutely the in Florida. The $60,000 our environment. with the concept of a"blanket"
establish citizens advisory superintendent in 1972 with absolutely essentialto best government Is one that is exemption has not been Don Fuqua BevIs: "Environmental pardon. I do believe
a organized to study Santa Fe Community Collegeto continue the education of close to the people. We have revised for 40-years while regulation has gotten out of that the divisions which still
the full of the "establish a community the children. One priority consistently supported those inflation has drastically impact study of the effect on hand. Congress has given all remain in our society as a
implications be would be to exhaust areas Increased the value of land the local economy"" the perogatives to the
to offeredin
skills test. Second, I will college program every things designed to bring and result of the Vietnam war
at the part of the building and will effort to have a balanced of the government that can other personal property.. Question: Do you favor a Environmental Protection must be healed, but I think
arrange programs Unless the exemption Is continuance of the North it lets them make all
level.. We must the budget without raising taxes. be. back to the people Agency, that a mandatory two-year
secondary thesj recommendations of people in Parmenter: "I am Wadsworth stated. increased, family farms (and Florida Barge Canal the laws, we must look for the period of public service work,
skills teach our youngsters can survive incur the community He interested in taxes because I Armstrong: "This has been many family owned Fuqua: "It is now in the effect on the people. Most of at only substance: wage,
so they These skills are emphasized that his proposalwould am a taxpayer. Raising taxes the thrust of my entire businesses) will continue to nands of the state these regulatory agencies just should be required before n
society.functioning In our not exclude the present would be an absolute last campaign. So many people disappear. I would advocate government, we have look out for their own interest.I pardon is granted."
world.the key'. to recreational uses of old RJE. resort. I feel we should have lost confidence Ingovernment increasing the exemption to at supported I its construction but want someone in Congresswho Bevis: "I am not for *
Favoring the McKinney: "There is a lot accomplish the most that we because least $200,000 unless the state moves to will say to these agencies, "blanket" pardons amnesty I
standardized McKinney: literacy lest of money tied up In that can at the lowest millage decisions which effect our Bevis: ."Twentyyearsagoif continue construction Its a "You're half-wrong and half. must be considered: on :i
said more building and It's just falling rate." Parmenter suggestedthat lives every day are being a person owned a piece of dead issue" Wadsworth said right, let's compromise. We individual cases.-" o
McKinney the board should "trim elected land worth $60,000 its worth in outlining Fuqua's stance. have to make reasonable
emphasis should be placed on apart.. I will form a committee, made by may Question' : Is the N.itioii.il I
reading in >- early grades of citizens of the county to some fat and try to get more representatives and by maybe quarter of a million Armstrong: "No I don't. I concessions, but still maek (See Page 10 AI
while de-emphasising social work with the school board to state money" in order to bureaucrats who seem to be dollars today. That tells you generally believe that when some progress toward cleaner )


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I Eight; Candidates Seek Three Commission: Seats


Bradford County voters go death of her husband, is chal study is made, no. Some quito control. If needed, we bringing in many people from dates should solve that buck and not of benefit to the Shuford: "Not knowing
to the polls next Tuesday and lenged in her bid for the Dis- health and welfare depart should continue supporting surrounding areas." problem.." county." what the state legislature will
among the races In which they trict 5 seat by Joe Pentecost, ment services overlap, and I the hospital." Starling: "Conservationand McKinney i "No I don't Mrs.Paulk: "I'm in favor of passforthecountytofundnotknowing
will express preference are 56, a retired Jacksonville think we should study the possibility Starling: "We're in need of recreational programs for have any in mind tight now." any type of industry coming whether state and
the three county commission shipyard worker. of consolidating these funding for drainage and our all our county residents." Mrs. Paulk "I would like to into the county as long as they federal revenue sharing will
seats up for grabs in this Earlier this week the Tele- under our supervision." roads. Bryan: "I think we will do see substantial boat ramps do not present problems to the be continued and if so, how
year's election. graph polled the eight county Pentecost: "I am strictly Bryan: "Some expendituresare well to maintain our presentones and recreational areas for the environment, and if they can much it will be makes this a
In the District 1 race (Law- commission candidates to against consolidated govern- essential and we have no and if possible improve general public at all our lakes pay their own way. I'm 100 loaded question. Nobody in his
tey), incumbent commis- determine their feelings on ment, I left Jacksonville for choice. My idea of spending upon them. I personally don't In Bradford County, and also a percent against giving indus- right mind that pays taxes
sioner D.L. "Dave" Shuford issues which are facing, or that reason." priorities is to first fund the expect government to supplyall better drainage system pro- try money to set up operationsin wants them raised. But, it may
53, a service station operator may face, the commission in basic essential services see my needs. This Is the gram." would I favor industrythat become necessary to do so in
seeking a third term, is chal- the near future. Questions put Question: What items or what's left over and establish theory of socialism whereby Pentecost: "Recreational helpful to the order to fund the essential ser-
forward in the Telegraph poll priorities on the basis of need .,..-- 'programs for elderly persons. vices provided to the peopleby
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and the candidates' responses ,., and most benefits received for Question t What types of ""."" the county."
follow: 't the money." Industry would you encourageor .. Brown: 'I'm strictly
a.Dave ;f Carter: "Roads are Important discourage for Bradford t titer against raising taxes. I'm a
Question: Do you favor con- items, as are drainage, s County? a conscientious, hard working
solidated government (city- and garbage disposal, others Shuford: "I favor any In- taxpayer myself"
county)? If not, do you favor probably need funding too, but Ai dustry that can meet state Starling: "No, I believe they
consolidation of any govern- those are my top three. Hospital environmental regulations, have been raised enough. If
mental departments? and rescue services are preferably small industriesdue { we used the money more
Shuford: "No, but in some also important, Everyone to the fact that it will have r rr efficiently there would be no
cases where there is a close would like to see the hospital less impact on the commun- need to raise taxes."
duplication of services think stand on its own, but there will ity,that is able to finance their Bryan: "Under the present
there should be a close study .. probably always be some need own plans and that will be an EL circumstances and the factson
-- made to see if some of them for supplemental funding." asset to the county without hand I would say no. I
,. could be combined to save Among other items Carter any financial assistance from have always approached this
taxpayers' money. Our he felt should continue to be the county taxpayers." question with a negative atti-
''1{ -p. property appraiser, supervisor funded by the commissionerswere Brown: "I favor anything l t tude. If every elected official
1f'f of elections and the court : volunteer fire depart that's worthwhile for the con- and department head will
system are all doing a good ments, the chamber of com- tinued progress of Bradford have this same attitude, I
,-. job since being combined." merce and the county library. County. I'm for more jobs for believe it will be much easierto
Brown: "No, I don't. I don't McKinney: "The hospitalhas \i __ county residents." 'hold the line.' Keep in mind
n think we're ready for it. The a big priority, and our \ Starling: "Whatever would that we have actually reducedour
: 't. present ones are working fine, r- county roads. I believe we least harm the environment, I millage rates for the past
a but I don't think we need any- I could improve on our drain- Ralph Bryan favor pollution free industryand Mule Carter three years. We face the
more at the present time." age system, too. County would discourage high possibility of increased county
Shuford Starling: "No, I'm not in Mitchell Brown dumps should also receive the government takes all your pollution industry. I'm in county in a wholesome way.tax expenditures every time the

lenged by a pair of political favor of consolidated govern- programs do you feel deserve priority funding." money and provides all your favor of bringing in industry, dollars Industry, which provides in turn more are usedto legislature meets by imposingnew
hopefuls Mitchell Brown, 49, ment. Consolidation of fire priority spending? Mrs. Paulk: "Paving our needs. New services cost new thus creating jobs for our benefit our citizens." requirements and ser-
a Lawtey resident and insur- and police departments are a Shuford: "First you have to roads is definitely a 100 per- money and this means addi- youth and keeping them herein Pentecost "It depends on vices without proper state
ance salesman and .L. possibility but I would favor fund the essential services, cent priority I would also like tional taxes. The people who Bradford County." the types of:industry it is, andif funding."
Starling, 52. who works for a consolidating them only"under such as county offices the to see a more definite pro- pay the most taxes seldom ask Bryan: "The type of Indus- the people want it." Carter: "As a last resort
Jacksonville constructionfirm emergency conditions. services that the state holds gram for funding our county for more services, because try I would encourage shouldbe only. I would suggest we
and also resides in Law- Bryan: "I am not in favor of you responsible for and then volunteer fire departments, I they know they must pay for clean, be willing and able to Question: Do you think it explore every other avenue
tey. overall consolidation, nor amI take a look at what's left and would like to see more money them." pay its own way and not will be to raise first! cutting the fat from the
District 3 incumbent Ralph in favor of partial consolidation decide which ones give the made available to them. While Carter "No. If something expect us to give them a tax taxes next necessary? budget, and raise taxes onlyas
except that which after we're spending enough money break, land or buildings pro year a last resort."
careful study would definitely now on our county landfills, I vide good jobs with top pay :McKinney: "If the prices of
result in decreased costs with- would like to see more cooper- and benefits and provide safe things continue to go up and
out sacrificing efficiency and ation with the state and fed- working conditions without wages keep increasing, I'd
service. Some prime exam- a'. t eral governments in their hazards or dangers to the say yes."
ples of this partial consolidation completion." community. I would not discourage :Mrs. Paulk: "At this pointwe
has already been effectedin Pentecost: "That's for the an industry just have no way of telling,
tax assessing, tax collecting people to decide. I would haveto because its pay scale was a unless we get revenue from
our court system and our see the record books first." little low, but I would definit- some other source we don't
jail facilities. Two other areas i ely not encourage an industry know of now if may be necessary -
which I feel merit study and Question: Would you cWji that would present uncontrollable but I'm against raising
4 consideration for either full or recommend any new service pollution problems." taxes wherever possible
partial consolidation are fire programs be adopted by the Carter: "I would prefer According to a federal report,
protection and law enforcement board of commissioners, if i light industry, but I'm not Florida had less tax Increases
." elected? I against larger types. How- than any other state duringthe
Carter: "At this time I am Shuford: "No, unless there ever, if there are any ques- past 22 years, and I'd like
against consolidation. One becomes available some un- tions about il, or if the people C to think that Bradford
day in the future there may forseen funds from some were opposed to it, I'd be ) County's commissioners had a
V.L. STarling be a need for consolidated source other than ad valorem against it. I'm against pollut- part in holding the line." .,
i government." (property) taxes." Pentecost: "I hope not
Bryan, 44, an accountant with ing industry.
"No I have Joe Pentecost Brown: "If there is any way "I would taxes are high enough now, if :
DuPont, is challenged in his McKinney: McKinney: en- 'II
bid for a third term by Maxie viewed Duval County's con- most people the most needed possible, and money Is available 1 tt courage any industry of there" is any way possible -
Carter, Jr., 47. a Florida solidated government and service." I would like to see an company which had the wel- I no.
Power and Light employee, don't think it works as well as Brown: "If we have any expansion of the overall recreational I 1 fare of the county in mind, in
and Charles McKinney, 25, the split system." On part extra money, I would like to facilities in the as much as employing local Question: Do you think the
who is employed by Triest two: "No they have worked see it go to the volunteer firedepartments. county, including possible people and looking out for the I IiA county should adopt more
Construction Company. well for years as they are, andI Improving the lighting of the RJE ballfield Hazel Paulk environment. I would discourage ; ? I stringent specifications for ,
Incumbent Hazel Paulk, 64, think they should continue county roads and our drainage and completion of the Edwards' had not been done to eliminatethe the type that doesn't iLrSL .. \Iw road construction by subdivi- r
seeking her first completeterm that way." system are also priority Road ball diamond. Tome long tag lines we should care what they do, the kind I;I'..- !..,, sion developers before the
following her appoint :Mrs. Paulk: "At this parti- items. Solving the drainage recreation is good busi- have done something there, that are just in it for the quick county accepts such roads for
ment to the board upon the cular time, until a further problem will help with mos ness for the community': but renewing tags on birth Charles McKinney future maintenance?
!Shuford: "I feel the present
specifications for the type '

I Five Hopefuls Seeking Saunders Dist. 5 State Senate SeatFive adequate subdivisions generally less But.we than if larger have 15 lots subdi-now., are

visions become a reality, the
specifications for the roads
candidates are vying served as its president for a interest is his platform and the University of Florida hour health care, she says. time elected officials show the prohibition against deficit will obviously have to be up-
for the District 5 senate seat year. He was president of the the people his support. He College of Medicine, fundedby Q: What can be done to public that they are working spending sufficient to keep the graded."
being vacated by the retiring student body at North Florida wants his business the county and a federal alleviate the financial crunch for the public and not their budget balanced? Brown: "I think the com-
Robert Saunders. Junior College, and has background and knowledge grant, that makes it easier for being experienced by the own special interests. Elected Skinner: Saying "I've missioners should make an
District 5 encompasses 16 worked as an administrative applied to government, residents to receive medical state's educational system? constitutional officials should advocated balanced budget on-site inspection before
counties: Bradford, Union, assistant to (now U.S. Sen.) emphasizing fiscal and dental care. Putnal Walker: Walker believes we also comply, he adds. spending for years." Skinner accepting the roads."
Clay, Alachua, Marion, Dick Stone, who was then a responsibility. believes such a program is of need a quality educational Walker: Wants financial doesn't think Florida has !'tarlln"I/ : 1 favor followingstate
Putnam, Levy, Dixie, state senator from Miami. Jack McGriff 53, a great benefit to medical system and that an in-depth disclosure statements filed much to worry about since its specifications at the present -
Gilchrist, Lafayette, Taylor, Putnal stresses his broad Gainesville businessman.Long personnel who staff it, In the study needs to be made to see but not disclosed publicly. constitution prohibits deficit time which require a
Suwannee Hamilton, experiences in agriculture, in active in community form of on-the-job training. where the problems lie. He They should remain on file, spending. minimum four-inch depth of
Columbia. Nassau and Baker. the legislature and in affairs and a member of the Walker: Says he would haveto says funds are being perhaps in Tallahassee or McGriff: Agrees, saying the clay or lime rock. We can onlygo
The candidates are: business. Florida Board of Regents, study a specific proposal "milked" by duplication of somewhere, and the state must first cut and trim a few steps at a time, per-
Terry Putnal, 27, a farmer Donna Faxon, 31, is an McGriff is advocating the before commenting. processes administratively, information in them be the fat off the budget, then haps at a later date we should
and businessman from Mayo.A elementary school teacher in reduction of regulatory and McGrlff: Would like to see with"too many people lookingover disclosed only if irregularitiesare proceed to trimming non- require paving before accept
1967 graduate of Lafayette Alachua county. A member of red tape bureaucracy, the admissions committees at too many people's discovered. essential programs. Would ing the roads."
High School, Putnal was the Gainesville Housing Board continuation of "sunshine medical schools give shoulders." Faxon: Is in favor of like to see tax reform, Bryan: "We have alreadyset
active in the state4-H club and and former president of the government," expanded preference to applicants Skinner: Skinner points out financial disclosure especially of the state sales more stringent specifications

small-town and rural medical -.-..><; that the legislature funded $26 procedures being more tax. on subdivision roads in
Candidates Agree... services, and expanded million more for educationlast thorough than they already Faxon: Her program calls the past two vears. The next
extension education year than was requestedby are. She says the forms for determining prioritiesfirst step would be to require} pav
(From Page 9-A) programs. the Governor. While presently required are then streamline the ing. I definitely think it is time
Health Insurance worth the Here are some views of the acknowledging that education "nothing," asking only what government, eliminatingwaste we considered this requireg} ;
estimated $115 billion price issues: does need more money, property is owned and for and duplication. ment, at least in the larger pr
tag? Q: Would you support state p Skinner cautions that "more sources of income, without Walker: Says he has been subdivisions with several y
Fuqua : "No, certain funding for medical services Ii money In itself doesn't asking for specific figures. running on the premise that miles of roads. This would be '
proposals and alternationshave 4 and or doctors to small represent a panacea." we need a business in keeping with the theory that
been made communities? McGriff: He is in favor of those who receive the
to cover Instead, he suggests that background in government. benefitsdo
catastrophic illness and Skinner: Says he's not in closer look be taken at thestate's the present financial Believes state government the paving."
disease without that cost favor of the government educational system, disclosure procedure, but as has become too large, callingit Carter: "I'm satisfied with
factor for lower and middle subsidizing doctors any more especially at the to whether or not amounts "a monstor which rules and the present requirements.."
income families," Wadsworthsaid than it already is. He prefers administrative level, to see should be disclosed ""will be strangles the people, rather McKinney: ': "Yes, I do thinkwe
of instead the establishment of left up to the voters. than the He should
Fuqua's policy where the problems lie and serves people adopt more
Armstrong: "That cost Health Maintenance what can be done about them. Q: Does Florida need assigns top priority to scaling stringent rules and I don't
estimate I believe is based on Organizations ( HMO'SI)( McGriff: He feels there additional legislation down the government and think we should wait another
I the federal government which are group doctors should be a continual regarding budget balancing making it more understandable 10 years to do it."
funding the entire program. practices at a specified yearly screening process to weed out or is the constitutional to the people :\ Paulk: "I( feel! they
That is not the direction we rate. He adds that it's up to programs that are should be paved before we
Pete Skinner
should move in. Health care smaller and rural unnecessary or unproductivein accept them, in the high-
costs have increased Alachua County Education communities to attract their Terry Putnal the education system. His Union School Budget priced subdivisions not the
astronomically in recent Association, Faxon says her own doctors by offering intending to practice in rural program calls for the smaller ones, it will save the
years and families without hard work as a civic activist, financial and aualitv-oMife communities, all other factors expansion of extension ta\pa>ers' money in the long
health insurance coverage are her knowledge of education, '::';'"< --:; I being equal This would programs in agriculture, Hearing Set Sept. 20 run, because they will be
seeing their entire life's and her background of small. involve no more than 15 medicine, and reading easier to keep up.'
savings wiped out by serious town life make her : cent of an entering class per he improvement in order to Pentecost! : "We should
illness or injury, that shouldnot knowledgeable about the says. better reach the people. Going into closed session Also on the agenda was the repair and maintain our pre-
be allowed to happen. I needs of the district. i Faxon: Says there is a needto Faxon: Seems to feel that a after the hour-long special proposed 1976-77 budget, sent roads before acceptingnew
believe that somecoverage Sherrill "Pete" Skinner, of expand our Physician's large part of the problem is meeting, the Union County which the board received for ones."
essential Is Lake City is presently Assistant Program to all money; says she can see from School Board unanimously study and set a budget work
immediately and her own experience as a ratified the teacher contract session for September 9 at 2
that some type of .M classroom teacher that more Monday, August 3. p m. A public hearing was Chil.. Aid To
comprehensive coverage funds could enable her to do a Discussion on the contract slated for September 20.
should be a goal for the future. better job. Faxon's platform before the closed session was Tentative figures in the bud- Visit Union Co
I don't think we are equipped calls for an "equal, quality called came from Union get summary showed total
at present to administer sucha 1 education In our schools. County teacher Ray Dukes, expenditures at$1,757,725 with it you are experiencing
system and we must guard Calling education the most who objected to the wording of total revenues projected at difficulties with agencies of
carefully before creating 1 1C productive Investment a section of the document con- $1,762,428, leaving an unen the federal government
another social security-like I Florida can make, she says it cerning academic freedom.He cumbered balance of $4,703. Senator Lawton Chiles would
program which is makes the difference between said the contract changes like to hear about them.
inadequately funded and 'T'j meaningful jobs and board policy on such contro- Chiles' aide Doug Knowleswill
which is an administrative versial subjects educa- Francis
White teacher
government supported as sex a be in Union County for the
nighmare. The cost of any unemployment roles. tion and religion. and cheerleader sponsor, told of
National Health Care plan r r Putanl: Feels we need to reestablish The contract states the the board that she felt purpose
should be shared by basic education and teacher may introduce con- women's athletics were being assistance with to persons having of the
employees employers and get more of a benefit from our troversial materials If it Is short-changed compared to federal problems agencies on
some relatively small amount J fax dollars. We have to make directly or closely related to men's athletics in the area of government
10 from 10 to 11:30
September :
of general revenue money." sure students are getting the their subject. Board negotiator fund supplements. She gaveas in the
a.m. CountyCommissioner's
Kevin: "No way this countrycan basic education they'll need in Howard McNeil said the an example that she, as a
afford $115 billion for future life. board policy states the cheerleader sponsor, received Room (1101))
t in the Union
National Health Care Q: Do you favor full teacher shall not Introduce only $400 after attending 60 Courthouse."I County
insurance, while at the same Harold financial disclosure? controversial material unlessit girls' basketball games as know
time we must consider Jack McGrlff Donna Faxon Walker Skinner Says he is In favor Is directly or closely relatedto well as other activities. White many people are
I loss by counties This program that their subject. said that encountering delays and other
representing the 13th districtof of Florida's requirement some male coaches
individuals in such
t Many people are Florida in the state House of incentives. establishes private clinics in all statewide official file Responding to Dukes' objection received as much as $2,300. social problems areas medicare andworkman's as
now receiving proper medicalcare Representatives. He is Putnal: As a state senator, rural areas which are tied aphysicians' financial disclosure teacher representative "I don't think there Is "
through present federal running on his experience and he plans to research the offices in other statements, and he has done Cindy Broward said both equality In the way (the Chiles compensation."I "
adding hopopeople
and private opportunities for providing cities by telephone and feels that locally- statements meant the same ) says I
programs knowledge of the legislatureand so He also supplements are given, will lalk with
insurance coverages. One of its procedures. stale assistance to rural and television. With the assistance elected and appointed officials thing, the difference being White said. She requested that drop by .
the answers to lower medicalcare Harold Walker, 49, a small communities. In his of a closely supervised and should be required to file that the first was a positive the board study the supple Doug about their problem or
would be having more Gainesville home builder and hometown of Mayo, he says, highly-trained assistant on the similar statements. statement of the same idea In mental schedule before adopt. to express their Hews 1 \ doctors," businessman, says the public there is a facility staffed by scene, doctors can provide 24- Putnal: Agrees, saying it's the second. ing it. It'gittltlioll.

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Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews Celebrate25th co&SINCE

Anniversary Sunday Afternoon "Y \\ 1879- a"'l-J- fociat Jf w : '

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews door by Mrs. John Griffls and two silver live-branch \.Ve egr ... d
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celebrated their at 25th wedding Mrs., Charles Darby who candelabras which held yl.J; ,. moot, ..7oclaly Color, 964.7608
anniversary a reception presented them to Mr. and epergne arrangements of pink
Sunday afternoon at their Mrs. Crews In the
receiving roses,baby's breath and white -
home on West Call Street line. Miss Lillian Stump kept mums with silver accents. %
given by their daughter, Mrs. the guest book. Presiding at the punch Mrs. R.H. Futch Celebrated 90th Birthday g.1 15 fj fjMrs.
Robert M. Autry.Throughout The coffee table in the living bowls at intervals were Mrs. .
the home andpatio had of David biinora frivett, Mrs. Alma
room an arrangement Montgomery, Miss R.H. Futch celebratedher
were arrangements of pink carnations, white mums Louise Stern, Mrs. Mildred 90th birthday Sunday Norman, Kim and Marla, c
ferns and hanging baskets of and baby's breath.In Cuttino, Mrs. H. H. Houston, August 15, at Strickland's Mrs. Daisy Starling, Hal
greenery. the family room were two Mrs.H. M. Richarde, Mrs.W. Landing with family and to Randy, and Angie I :. .
Guests were greeted at the tables covered with J. Higginbotham, Mrs. Ola
punch Epperson, Mrs.J. W. Ritch friends gathering at the lake '
Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Arle IJ
white polyester flounces and Miss Norma Canova. .
place in the morning anu
Blevins of Lenox, Ga., Mrs.
Paul Hutchins overlayed with Army-Navy Cutting and serving the enjoying dinner at noon. .z' and .
cloths and centered with two cake were Mrs.J. W.Kincaid, Mrs. Futch's Gladys Pringle Mrs.
Speaker AtWomen's silver punch bowls encircled Mrs. Milton Wheeler, Mrs. tr'l granddaughter Miss Teresa Anita Miller of Sanford, Mr. 1
with ivy. On the corners of LeRoy Joyner and Mrs. H. C. A '1 I uevore. presented her with a t and Mrs. Leslie McClellan,
Club each table were streamers of Ritch. Floor hostesses were ; birthday cake decorated in r t tw' Mr. and Mrs. Robert
McClellan and and
ivy with pink satin bow. Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. J. K. blue and pink in the shape of ; Mr. Mrs.
The coffee table in the Smith, Mrs. Freeman Bo Johns.
Paul Hutchins will be the centered Register,III,Mrs.J. C.Dukes Friends of the family
family room was
speaker Wednesday, Sept. 8, with an arrangement of pink and Miss Delilah Loadholtz. Mrs. Dale Johns attending were: Dale Traylor, .f
at the Woman's Club of Starkefor white 'r Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solze,
carnations, mums andbaby's Approximately 80
the first meeting of the Honored At Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brewer '
called between
breath. the hours four Jt
new year.A Centering the cake table in and six o'clock. and family and Mrs. May
luncheon will be served Miller.
at Stork ShowerMrs.
the dining room was a three ntr U\
12:15 followed the '
: by program '
tiered wedding cake encircledwith "S.
Laura Pickren
with the Conservation
ivy and on the corners Dale Johns was SaleSaturday
Committee in charge of and center of the table were honored at a stork shower last the figure "90" topped with Garage
arrangements with Mrs. Ida garlands of ivy and bows with Edgar DouglassJr.Wed Mr. and Mrs. Steven Hendrlx Thursday night given by Mrs. candles.
Shaw as chairman. streamers of pink satin Harry Harcher, III, Mrs. Jim Mrs. Futch enjoyed the At FireHallWeldonSt.
Mrs. V. J. Spengler ribbon..The table was covered August 19 Ann Dowling and Steven Lewis and Mrs.Wilbur Watersat occasion with her children,
president, will preside at the with a white crocheted cloth. Hendrix the home of the latter on W. grandchildren and great .

business mleeting. On either side of the cake were Mr. and Mrs. Cyril L. Madison street. grandchildren.
Pickren, of Starke, announce Married July 24 In TrentonAnn The lace covered dining Family members attendingwere The Bradford County
the marriage of their room table was centered witha : Mr. and Mrs. John R. Volunteer Fire Department 'l.
Double Wedding To Unite daughter, Laura, to Edgar W. Dowling and Steven of Okeechobee.The summer floral arrangement DeVore, Mr. and Mrs. David Auxiliary will have a garage
Two Douglass, Jr., son of Mr. and Hendrix were married bride, daughter of Mr. flanked by white tapers. DeVore and Angie,Miss Linda sale Saturday from 9 a.m to
Couples Sept. 3 Mrs. Edgar W. Douglass, Sr., Saturday July 24, at the homeof and Mrs. Ross Lyons of Games with prizes were Adkins, Miss Teresa DeVore noon at the Fire Hall on
of Lake Butler. the groom's parents, Mr. Starke, was graduated from enjoyed by the 15 guests which and Bobby Patterson,Mr. and Weldon Street.
Rev. Merle Packham and Mrs. Hugh Hendrix, in Bradford High School and included Mrs. Carl Johns and Mrs.Obed Pauley and Donna,
performed the ceremony Trenton. attended Santa Fe Mrs. F. J. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Macel Pauleyand ELECT TOM CASEYSUPERINTENDENT
August 19 at 10 a.m. in the Officiating at the garden Community College.The The hostesses presented the Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Guy OF
riTs Hope Baptist Church in ceremony was the Rev.Henry groom was graduatedfrom honoree with a baby swing as Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Henry SCHOOLS
Starke.Mrs. Faith Tomlinson Cribb, Jr. Trenton High School and a memento of the occasion. Johnson and family, Mrs. SEPTEMBER 7.1976 l

n'Y4 was the only attendant.Mrs. The couple were attendedby Georgia Southern College. I. ,
N I Douglass is a 1975 Mrs. Thomas Buby of The couple is living in
graduate of Keystone High Gainesville and Bobby FloydRebecca Gainesville. 1

School. Elect /
Mr. Douglass is an employecf Mrs Winkler Help
Clay Electric Coop in

I Keystone Heights.The Honored: On
couple is residing in CHARLESMcKINNEY
Lake Butler.
76th BirthdayMrs. ..

Sid Shufords HostsAt E. A. Winkler was
honored at dinner at the
Rehearsal Dinner Yearling Restaurant at Cross
?r Creek Wednesday, August 26
fit, August 21 given by Mrs.Julia Underhill fi
Mrs. Eddie Starling and Mrs.
.. ...L.w.,
.L. Tommy Hollingsworth.Mrs. YOUR
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shuford
Carol TeUlone Debris Coltn.e entertained at a dinner party A'y' V, .Winkler was presented f l
Saturday evening, August 21, .with a yellow cymbidium
Carol Marie Tetstone, Michael McFarland, son of for their son. Jim, and his orchid corsage from her three COUNTY COMMISSIONER ''f t
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. HArper of fiancee, Marsha Delugach, hostesses and also a
r. Ilaiford Tetsone of Crosby Starke. following the couple's homemade birthday cake District 3
F Lake, and Joe Leslie Forsyth, wedding rehearsal.The from her granddaughter, Mrs.
" Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe The double ceremony will dinner was held at the Hollingsworth. I
( I Korsyth of Raiford, will be be held Friday, Sept. 3, at 8 Hyatt Regencey in Memphis, I .
married in a double ceremony p.m. at the home of Mr. and Tenn. Bridal place cards am young, willing fo work hard
with Debbie Coltrane, Mrs.Tetstone at Crosby Lake. the C, -* DUPLICATE BRIDGE
marked seating
for the benefit of the and Iam I
daughter Mr.and Mrs. Billy All friends and relatives are arrangement for the 35 guests Rebecca McMillan and County
! Coltrane of Starke, and invited to attend. which included the bridal >Mrs.Rhea Johnson
Lora Francis were the experienced in construction of
w families and out-of-
' w -- party town guests. .."__at. the head. McMillan,. "winning SfridM Tuesday couple at night.Duplicate Mrs. buildings and roads .
The centerpiece Cecilia
Lex Green and
:; 1 st Time Evar table was an arrangement of James Bacchus second and
;; Terwillegar were
roses and daisies and smaller Dr. and Mrs. Jim Minesingerwere I don't know all the answersto all i \
; In Bradford Co.Mac's arrangements were placed at Wedding Dee 19 third.
intervals along the Tshapedtable. off our problems, but I'm willing to

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill G. J
During the dinner the McMillan of Starke announce Vote Sept. work for and with the people and I
Music honored couple presented the engagement and For OlIve Shuford
gifts to their attendants. approaching marriage of their County Commission fellow commissioners to solve our

daughter, Rebecca Garland,
Open House to James Leonard Bacchus of problems iff elected.

Shop Tallahassee, son of Mrs. ELECT TOM CASEYSUPERINTENDENT f
Held SundayBy Christine W. Bacchus and the OF
late G. M. Bacchus of SCHOOLS ThankYou CHARLES
D. C. EldersMr. Maitland. SEPTEMBER 7,1976 PdPol.Atfv' 81892ERWILLEGARMOTORS

!/ | 964-7391 1 and Mrs. Dwight C. Miss Bradford McMillan High graduatedfrom School

Elder held "open house" and Florida State University
Sunday at their home in the where she was a member of
Country Club Estates. Kappa Kappa Gamma
Offering Mrs.Bobby Alvarez greetedthe sorority. Miss McMillan is
presently a news reporter for
>> guests at the door. On a
Band Parents An OpportunityTo stand in the foyer was a gold WPXE radio in Starke.
and beige wooden Mr. Bacchus graduatedfrom 206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke, Fla.FORD .
Purchase arrangement of flowers. Lyman High School in
The refreshment Longwood, Fla. and
table was
j II QUALITY covered with a white linen and Vanderbilt University in DEALER
, lace cloth and centered with a Nashville Tenn. He receivedhis
pastel floral arrangement. master's degree in history
MUSICAL from Yale He 6
Presiding at the two punch University. is
bowls at each end of the table presently Deputy Press
INSTRUMENTS were Mrs. Faye Durban, Mrs. Secretary for Governor
Elder Reubin Askew and will enter
Dwayne Miss Robin
11 At A Reasonable Price Elder Mrs. Ann Goodge and Florida State University Law
Mrs. Ann Risky.Approximately. school this fall.
All friends and relatives are
I Also Can Provide called between the 75 hours guests 2:30: invited to attend the weddingand
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NOTICEltriilf.1 Waters; n '

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The Telegraph requests that all writeups of weddings be ,
turned in so the article can be published no later than two zta--
weeks after the wedding. The reason for this is to prevent City Councilman Group One
"old" news from being printed. We want to print news of
every wedding that takes place in the area, but please turn
the information in so it can be printed within two weeks after As a Father with 2 young children,

the event. I am concerned about the city my We Will Meet or Beat
To accomplish this a prospective bride can obtain from
the Telegraph office forms which supply all the information
necessary to write up a wedding. The forms should be children will grow up in.
obtained and filled out prior to the wedding. They should be ANY PRICE IN THE BIG CITY
returned to the TtltgrapH shortly after the wedding. Forms
will be mailed out by the Telegraph l if an address is supplied. With, your help I can do my best to

Since color pictures take several weeks to process after the see that Starke stays a city we
You Can Saw
wedding arrangements should be made for the Money
photographer to take a photograph of the couple using black can be proud of and glad to raise
and white film, which can be processed locally and much

quicker. our children in . At Horn
Information for wedding writeups for any Thursday paperis l -
requested by S p.m. the preceding Monday VOTE For A Young Man Who Will do

}BRADFORD Cooperation COUNTY-TELEGRAPH Will Appreciated His BEST For The city Of Starke,. With Local Service And

Phone 9644305 Your Val: Will Bm

Society 964-7 or Editor>e Greatly: Appreciated: No Hidden Charges=! .

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r Marsha Delugach ,A ..i'elm J. K. Smiths (

t Honored Honored At

Mrs. W.H. Hart spent last
Bridal PartiesMiss Open House Local admittances to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mrs. W.F. Herlong had as week with Mr. and Mrs. Mike

Bradford County Hospital this Arbuthnot of Lake Alford and visitors Mrs. Mary Purvis, May and son, Kevin in Ocala.
Marsha Delugach of Mr. and Mrs. James K. week include: Mrs. Sadie Miss Lynn Sofeckl of "San Gainesville, last Thursday
Memphis Tenn., whose # MIr4Y Smith were honored at "open Lott, Mrs. Phyllis Phillips, Jose, Calif., were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Herlong, of Bill Glover visited his
marriage to Jim Shuford was house" Saturday evening in Mrs. Lois Thigpen Mrs. Lillie visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Jacksonville, Sunday and Mr. mother Mrs. D.L. Cain in
k + an event of AugUo. "?, was I'' their new home on South Pellom, Mrs. Dorothy Fedak, Wells. and Mrs. W.H.:Stelnmeyer, of Montgomery, Ala., Sunday to
honored at several parties Colley Road given by Ms. Mrs. Ruth Lee, Mrs. Floy Jacksonville, Monday.Mr. Wednesday,who has been ill.
during the past month.On Faye Johnson and Mrs. Pat Sullivan, Mrs. Lilian Casey Mr. and Mrs.Bill Morar and i
August 15 Miss Delugachwas Henry.Ms. Cleveland Drlggers John daughters Andrea and Katieof and Mrs. J.E. Hardy Reggie Flynn has returnedto
complimented at a .Johnson and Mrs. Smith Harris, and Roy McKinney of ) Panama City spent returned Sunday from 12 days his senior year at Sanford
'v a brunch given at the home of greeted guests at the door and Starke; Mrs. Fronle Moody of Tuesday to Thursday of last vacation in the New England University, Birmingham Ala.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Orgel with Mrs. Henry presided at the Lake huller; Mrs. Charityand week with her parents, Mr. states, Canada and Niagara
Badana and Hymie Lasnich as buffet table. Otis Kelley of Brooker; and Mrs. H.A. Lawson. Mrs. Falls. They also visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
h co-host. Multicolored roses were Leroy Raulerson of Raiford; Joe Jordan of Live Oak joined and Mrs. David Mendenhall in Goldwire and his sister, Mrs.
Thirty-five guests enjoyedthe placed on the fireplace mantel Mrs. Carol Phillips of Lawteyand the family on Thursday. Stone Mountain, Ga., enroute Elizabeth Goldwire of
occasion.A and daisy and rose Mrs. Rebecca Dockery of home. Wavcross, Ga. visited Six
in the
arrangements were Keystone Heights.
Flags Over Georgia and Stone
dinner party was given living room and den. ELECT TOM CASEYSUPERINTENDENT Vote Sept.7 Mountain last Monday to
Robin Williams, August 18 at the Kidgeway Darline Jones, The buffet table was ELECT TOM CASEY OF For Dave Shuford Thursday.Mrs. .
Country Club in Memphis for covered with an antique SUPERINTEMDENTOFSCHOOLS SCHOOLS County Commission
Samuel Wylie, III the Delugach and Shuford David Brannen crocheted tablecloth and SEPTEMBER 7.1976 R.O Dansby visited

families. Mr and Mrs. Louis centered with a unique SEPTEMBER 7. 1916 Miss Hatcher her mother, Mrs. Marvin
Engagement Told Goodman were hosts.A To Wed Sept. 10 pineapple hors d' oeuvre Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early Hatcher has Gayle returned from Andrews in Ozark, Ala.,
arrangement. Porcelain roses returned Sunday from Saturday to Tuesday, who has
Out-of-town a Chile where she was a
at the
dinner was also given for Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jonesof held burning white tapers. guests been ill.
Mr. and Mrs. John R Jim Shuford-Marsha months visit with friends and summer missionary for 11
Williams of Brooker announce the bridal party and out-of- Brooker announce the During the evening guests Delugach wedding in relatives in Gatlinburg,Tenn. weeks. She will return to her
town guests by Mrs. Manny engagement and entertained by a local andSeattle Mr. and Mrs. Carl H.
approaching were
the engagement and Tenn. Peoria, Ill. Dayton, Ohio senior year at the Universityof
August 22
Delugach at Justine'sReslllUrnnt marriage of their blue band. Edwards, of Columbus Ga.,
approaching mal riage!! of their in daughter, grass included: Mr. and Mrs. Sid Wash. South Florida on Sept. 20.
Memphis on Darline Hazel weekend of Mr.
daughter. Robin Lynn of to David S. were guests
Shuford, Mr. and
Lake City' to Samuel :Mark August 20. Brannen. Jr. of Lake Butler, S.G. Colson, Bruce Jackson, John R.A. Mrs. John Greene is home Mrs. Edward Kimutis and and Mrs. Curtis Edwards.

Wylie I n:lion of:Mr mid Mrs! The Kidgeway Country Club son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Denmarks Torode, Jr., Ben F. Hall, after surgery Tuesday of last children, Michelle Karen and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Samuel :MarkV>lie. Jr. of in Memphis was the settingfor Sowell The of LaCross.will Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Joe week in St. Vincent's Hospital. Rich spent the past two weeks Crosby of Jacksonville were
wedding be
Docket, Ala an Entertain At relatives in
Shuford and Mrs. Dave visiting of Miss Denise
a brunch on August 21 for Sunday guests
Miss Williams is a 1!>74 event of September 10 at 8 Shuford of Lawtey Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. James Hallandale and Deerfield Winkler.Mr. .
Miss Delugach and out-of-
graduate of Bradford \High town Mr. and p.m. in the Brooker Baptist Buffet SupperMr. Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Starling and family of Starke Beach.
guests by .
given Church.All
School. She and MrVlie are and Rev. and Mrs. Alton
Humboldt Tenn. .and Mrs. Godwin
Mrs. Max Notawitz and Mr. ; Tommy Henry
friends and
both attending Lake City relatives are Dobbs of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Edward
and Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Szafranski of Jacksonville and were and daughter Barbara visited
Delugach. invited attend.Edward .
Community College Fifty guests attended. to entertained' at a buffet supper Frank Weaver of Knoxville, vacationing at Bryson City, Schwab of Merritt Island and relatives in Newton, Kas.,
The editing is planned for Saturday night at their homeon Tenn. N.C. the past two weeks. Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere Fairfield, Iowa and
December 18 at the Hrooker On 75 Starlings N. Walnut Street for their weekend guests of Mrs. Indianapolis, Ind. the past
August guests
Baptist Church. > the families and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Andy Dennon of Claxton, Myrtle Anderson. Joining the three weeks
including out-
and Mrs. Marlie Sanderson. Vote Sept. 7 Ga. has returned to Starke family of Sunday was the
of-town guests were given a Hosts At Dinner Sixteen friends of the young For Dave Shuford and is sports editor of the Schwab's daughter, Mrs Vote Sept. 7
Beta Sigma Phi brunch at the Magic Pan County Commission For Dave Shuford
couple enjoyed the affair. Lake Butler paper.oooooeoooooooooGooo. William Smith of St
Restaurant in Hosts
Memphis. Petersburg. County Commissionl.a..I..T.J.J..J
were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thursday NightMr.
Held JointMeeting Kirschner Mr. and Mrs. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Robbie Shaller ooooooooooocoooooo D = .

Bernard 1\lalkin\Ir.! and Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Denmark had a family dinner returned Saturday from a
Aug. 29 Jay Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Starling were hosts at a dinner following the christening of seven day Caribean cruise. RALPH BRYAN Is Hot A PROMISER "'
Levine and last their granddaughter,
Sidney Mr. and party Thursday night for .
Beginning Day activities for 1lrsrthur; Summerfield, Jr. their son Shad and his Stephanie Louise, infant Mrs. Mabel Oster visited ,.t
Starke Beta Sigma Phi fiancee, Brenda Carter before daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bess Burns in RALPH BRYRN I
chapter Xi Iota Delta and the wedding rehearsal for the Sanderson, which was Jacksonville Sunday to ;L
Gamma Theta were held at Mrs. Starling honored couple. solemnized after the Sunday Tuesday.Mr. .
the home of Mrs. James The dinner was held in the morning service at the First IB. R PRODUCER! 'i
Nichols Sunday afternoon. Honored At Grace First" United Methodist United Methodist Church.BIRTHS. and Mrs. Mac Baldwinare ,
August 29. Church Fellowship Hall. The in San Francisco, Cal. .
Xi Iota Delta President 24 attending, including the Sunday to Thursday attending
Cherie Cox and Gamma Theta Birthday PartyMrs. wedding party and immediate the Pre-announce Show for the Listed below are the 1975 county l .

President Mary Milton families, were seated at four 1977 Chevrolets. ;
conducted the joint meeting of James Starling was long tables. tax millage levies of all our '.
the Exemplar and Hitunl of pleasantly surprised at a The young couple presented ELECT TOM CASEYSUPERINTENDENT
Jewels degree chapters. birthday party given in her gifts to their attendants Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox OF neighboring counties and some
Plans were presented for honor by members of the during the dinner.F. announce the birth of a SCHOOLS a-

the upcoming year in regardto Graham Baptist Church daughter. Stephanie Dawn, SEPTEMBER?. 1976 other in our population brackets :
socials civic, service and following the Sunday evening born August 19 at St.
cultural activities Local service M. Norman Vincent's Hospital. Paternal
service projects for both The refreshment table was grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. BRADFORD 4.838SUWANNEE
chapters include assisting the covered with a white linen Family Reunion !Mrs. Kay Cox, of Starke, and Mary Wooten have had as
Bradford Girls Scouts cloth and a maternal grandparents are
County decorate visitors Mrs. W.H. Gammel,
and 4-1! birthday cake in Harold Norman, of Lawtey Gloria of
providing camp Jr. and daughter 5.1270 LEVY 7.1000
scholarships.Xi pink and green. :Mrs. Albert Held SundayThe and !Mrs. Loca Page, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Tillie
cut the cake and Mrs. Jacksonville.Lt. .
Iota Delta members Sparks
Darby and Mrs. Herbert CLAY 5.5250 BAKER 8.2500
ninth annual
attending were: Connie Best, Tom LeFevers presided at the family Darby and daughter, Pat, of
punch bowl. reunion of the descendents of and Mrs. Fred M.
Harriet Bryan Cherie Cox, Lake City, Tuesday afternoonof NASSAU 5.7400
Diane dodge Dimple Approximately 125 friends F. M. (Tobe) and Sadie Sapp Rawcliffe, of Fort Campbell last week and Mrs. Thelma ALACHUA 8.5863
Barbara enjoyed the occasion. Norman was held Sunday at Ky., announce the birth of a
Overstreet Patray, Mendoza and Dr. T.G. Ritchon '
Camp Montgomery. daughter Evelyn ,** TAYLOR. ,6.2800 .'_ PUTNAM 9.2900
C t Vonda Wynn. Stephens Gamma and Theta Marie. ....:..... ................. Four" of the children were born August 27: 'Seals last Wednesday.Mr. r t 4

members Pat Blankeiu present: Mrs. Mattie Ellis of !Mrs. Rawcliffe will be COLUMBIA 6.7300 UNION 9.9420
: >tnp. Mrs J.II. Kite has returned and Mrs. Eddie Starlingand
Linda Bowen Margie Dukt's.Sue Alachua G. C. Norman of remembered as the former
after visiting her sister Mrs family have returned
Little, Mary Milton K:.F. Dollar in Cairo. Ga. Tallahassee. Frank and Jency Watson, daughter of from a ten day vacation in
Beverly Morgan. Rita While there she attended the Russell Norman of Starke. !Mr and Mrs. Russ Watson Washington. D.C. and New Look Who la The Lowest BRADFORD
Corrine\Vatford a great nieceof of
Nichols. Wanda Smith and wedding/ of her great niece Hampton. Paternal York and also visited Mr. and
F. !M. Norman, and her
grandparents Mr. and
Beth Waters. Miss Pelham Meredith, Ga. to Collins Robert C.in husband of Way cross, Ga. also !Mrs. William are Rawcliffe, of N.J.Mrs.Joe Stivali in Bloomfield, And we lowered it again in 1976 This Doesn't Mean

.............................. Jones of Ga. attended. Prove Utah.

Camilla. There were73 ............................ Much To You If You Are Not A Tax Payer Don't
and Vote Sept.1For
Mrs. James Barron has KI.ECT TOM CASEY grandchildren great
grandchildren from Florida, Dave Shuford
returned from North Florida SITKKINTKNDENTOFSCHOOLS: County Commission Plan To Be One Or Don't Mind
Regional Hospital where site" Georgia and South Carolina !Miss Denise Winkler has Paying More Taxes

was confined I the past t three SKPTEMBEKT: 1976 attending accepted the position of
and Mrs. Rick Jackson
weeks Her sister Mr < ,r-1\ Speech Therapist at Rawlings Mr.
Bauer of Greenville Miss s ;MiLula Torode is a Vote Sept. 7 Elementary School in spent Melbourne the weekend her in Otherwise You'll Want: To
staying with her during le, patient in North Florida For Dave Shuford Gainesville starting last week. visiting
Mr. and
convalescence ltfgion.il I lospi tat. County Commission Merrill parents,and family.Mr. Mrs.. Stanley Keep Bryan Working For Bradford

and Mrs. Tom Jackson
went to Lake City Sunday to
visit her parents, Mr. and WHEN YOU VOTE ON SEPTEMBER 7th
Mrs. J.E. Wall and brought
back their son, Billy who had

ELECT: been a visiting week. his grandparentsfor P.S. If Those People Who Have Been Tearing Down

My Signs Don't Get Them All
Mr. and Mrs. Joey Bakken Before The ElectionI'LL

went to Fort Myers Sunday to

pick up her grandmother, GET
Mrs. Nolia Lewis and broughther THEM AFTER Pd POI Adv

TQM CASEY home. iaaoooooooooo .k

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B-U Steer Show Entries Due4H First Negotiated ConLAKE tract Okayed_ By UC Teachersand

or FFA members in this year. Entries must be of
Bradford County must enter submitted not later than v+ BUTLER a- Union\ highlights of the contract annual Increments have' Howard McNeil board's ratification the
their steers by October 1 for October 1st to the County County public school package with UCTO officials. been set at$225 under the new administrative assistant to contract package.100 cent
the Bradford-Union .Steer Extension Office In either instructors accepted their Cindy Browrd, UCTO Council contract which is effective the superintendent of schools "It's not a per
Show and Sale. Bradford or Union Counties. A II" first negotiated contract chairperson, outlined the until June 30, 1977. and the board's chief perfect McNeil managementcontract but
clear individual photograph of Ij package including a provisionfor highlights which included Salary increments withheld negotiator during the recently three school said Boardmembers
Entry forms are available the steer must accompany t a six per cent salary provisions for: academic teachers will be given to the completed contract talks,said he added,told him it "looked
from the 4-H office in the entry. Only animals grading Increase Friday, (August 27)), freedom, payroll deductionsof this year, thus a Friday he did not anticipateany "
Bradford County Agriculture average U.S. good or better UCTO dues, a standard teacher entering their third problems concerning the pretty good.
Building and from the using the new grading system A lone abstention in the grievance procedure, a year in Union County schools
Vocational Agricultural Officeat may be shown at the Steer balloting last Friday for guaranteed planning period, a will receive a $650 raise this
Bradford High School. Show. Steers cannot be "no For further information ratification kept the teachers' 37.5-hour work week, and a set year. Mrs Patricia a a II
Current rules. are also saled." Steers should be of contact your vocational acceptance of their first procedure administratorsmust The total amount awardedin : .
available. higher quality and fed for a agricultural instructor or the negotiated contract one shortof follow in teacher layoffs.The instructional staff raises is Horoscope and (:' i.
longer period of time to insure Bradford County Extension unanimous. Of the 65 new salary scale called $42,000 bringing the total
Several changes are in store admission to the show. Office at 9646554. teachers present for last for in the contract package annual teacher payroll in Palm Reading \C: f),j
Friday's ratification vote, 64 calls for average pay Union County to $739,000.Noninstructional ,0-0-0 *
voted to accept the contract increases of six-per cent for staff Past-Present-Future"-i
State's Farmland Averages $693Acre/ package. There are 76 public the county's 76-member received HELPFUL ADVICE ON ALL A..AIRS2Kt.U78
personnel recently a
school instructors in Union
instructional staff. LIFE ..LOVEMARRIAGE
I 8.5 cent increase,
per average
County. Base pay for starting and the BUSINESS
Up 6% From 1974 Level, Chamber Says contract In voting package to ,accept hammeredout the teachers is up $200 to $8,200, administrators county's were awardedan Hours' 'In Privacy of My Home

by bargaining teams average 5.5 per cent 8A.M. -BP.M. u.s. i7| :3ml.' !INo. of Green Cove Springs
The value of Florida'sfarmland of this year, compared to Potential uses also include Bradley Named increase during the schoolboard's
representing the school board 7 Days Across from Mobley Ryal F.I'a'f'
in 1975. Nationally residential subdivisions,
keeping pace with $276,300 and the teachers during more August 10 meeting.
most real estate, rose six per the average farm unit was commercial-industrial, and than 200-hours of S.D.
negotiationsover PresidentJohn
valued at $165,000 this recreational facilities. These
cent last year to reach an year the
average of $693 an acre, the compared to $143,800 last factors also may be used to past '
Florida Chamber of year. establish, farm sale prices. the recommendation teachers followed the Bradley is the new Et' FRANK WILLIAMS
Commerce has reported. The total value of buildingson for president of the Southern
Florida farms last ratification by their Discount Company's Starke FOR YOU
Average dollar value per February was estimated to be 23 Firemen representatives at the branch, it has been WORKING
acre by state now ranges from bargaining table and the announced.
three cent
$948 million, a
FRANK WILLIAMS was named "Outstanding
$72 in New Mexico to $2.852 in increase the 1975 value of Union County Teachers Bradley has been with
New Jersey, with the U.S. $920 million. Complete Organization ( UCTO) Southern Discount for eight Legislator of the Year for 1975" by the FCDA
average being $403 an acre. of executive council.
Although the majority years.
The largest increases in land farmland sold is used The contract package Southern Discount is FRANK WILLIAMS wes presented the Veterans
values were in the central principally for agricultural 8-Hr. Course ratified by the teachers last consumer finance a of Foreign Wars Department of Florida"Distinguished
region of the nation, where purposes in all regions of the Friday, was to have gone making direct consumer company Service Award" In 1975 for outstanding service as a
Iowa and Nebraska registeredthe nation, other potential uses Twenty-three Theressa and before the school board for loans, installment sales, member of the House of Representatives Select
largest gains-both up 26 compete, thus increasing the Hampton volunteer firemen final approval during a purchasing and making Committee on Military & Veterans Affairs
percent over a year ago. The market price. Forestry is a recently completed an eight- special session Monday second mortgages through 88
southeast had increases of for farmlandin hour training course in Rural evening. branches in
competitive use Georgia, Florida Keep FRANK WILLIAMS Working for
less than 10 percent, with the southeast, where U.S. Fire Defense. Prior to last Friday's North Carolina, South you
Georgia registering no agriculturalists say seven per The Rural Fire Defense balloting, teachers reviewed Carolina and Tennessee. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 25
increase in farmland
percentage value. cent of the acreage sold course, held August 19 at the
during the past year was Theressa Community Center,
According to a recent expected to be used for is a service of the Florida NO.
federal agricultural report, forestry within five years. Division of .
the average Florida farm was About 17 per cent was in this of Forestery'sDepartment Agriculture OFFICIAL PRIM I RY BALLOT INITIALS OF
valued at$296,700 in February
the before.
category year and Consumer Services. ISSUING

II ... __II Distirct Forestry Division REPUBLICAN PARTY OFFICER
Elect supervisor for the Gainesvillearea Signature of Elector
J. C. Prevatt inturctedthe STUB NO. 1
local course. He was
assisted by Forest Ranger
\ supervisors Frank Cone of
\ Putnam County, C. C. Weberof NO.
the Bradford and Union OFFICIAL PRIMARY
'a1.e'f. County area, and Darrell .
MacLendon of the Waldo ISSUING

Theressa volunteers N
receiving certificates for STUB NO. 2 _
having successfully
completed the training are: ".
I Percy E. Sullivan, Jr., John
Wayne Hersey, Jessie Lee, e OFFICIAL '
County Commissioner Jerry Crenshan, Bobby Joe PRIMARY BALLOT
Hall, Edward Loper Joey
District 5 Baldree, Merle Packham, Jr.,
David Z. Griffis, Dewitt J5 REPUBLICAN PARTY D
Hersey, Plen Gnann, Phillip
LET A PROVEN SUCCESSFUL Hall, Jeffery McRae, JamesE.
Douglas, Ernie E. Triest, SEPTEMBER 7, 1976
BUSINESSWOMAN Jr., Doley Hersey, Wayne
?, Hinson, Charles A. Baldree, BRADFORD COUNTY

r*r; CONTINUE" TO SERVE YOU. .Hersey.Phillip Hinson and Elbert .... '\:' 1 1 PRECINCT NO.: ", ... i'. : 'i; .. ,d. -

Let My Past Record Be The JudgePd receiving volunteer Members Fire of CERTIFICATESARE the Department Hampton person for To .Gte whom for you a person desire to whose vote.name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (eX) in the square at the RIGHT' of the name of the

: George Davis, Roy
Pol Adv. 8/19 9/2 Roark and Peck Dennison. CONGRESSIONALUnited
L .
States Senator '
State Treasurer
(Vote for one)
ELECT (Vote for one)





OF Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1 1NO


Product of Bradford Co. School System

8 Years Experience As Teacher And Principal N STUB NO. 2 --

Married And Father Of 3 Young Children


A student centered school system JUDICIAL OFFICERS

Community involvement informing the public J5

Strict discipline in all schools : SEPTEMBER 7, 1976

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, No. 1 Priority BRADFORD COUNTY

Hiring qualified, local people first PRECINCT NO.

Programs to meet the needs of all children

Getting and keeping school system out of needless debt To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross IX) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the
person for whom you desire to voteJUDICIAL
Textbooks for all students as needed

DEWEY BUFORD McKINNEY Against: Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge of Fiat the Appellate District Court District of Appeal

Justice of the Supreme Court
The open school concept (classrooms without walls) such as Group 2
Group 1 (Vote for one) (Vote for one)
Bradford Middle School and the original construction of the (Vote for one)

new Bradford High School. HAR'IIE S. DuVAL ARTHUR C, CANADAY
Poorly planned construction programs which have caused: CHARLES R. HOLLEY JOE HATCHETT .RICHARD W. (DICK) ERVIN III

a) Flooding of school buildings b) Expensive equipment not FREDERICK B. KARL'

working (heating A/C) RICHARD H. -MAX" SWANN .'

Social Promotion I .

High School Diplomas for students who can't adequately read
.' or write Justice of the Supreme Court, "

Group 2' .
If elected, DEWEY BUFORD McKINNEY will Visit schools and (Vote for'one) ,

the communities of Bradford County on a iegulabasis. to assist JOHN V. RUSSELL .

in the solution of problems as they arise.


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Bradford Total
County Land Sales $921,807 in JuneLand The time required for the n, ,

earth to orbit the lun-th tl '.'

sales recorded in Brooks Inc. a parcel of land sold to Albert A. and l la, the length of in earth
and Helen L. Brown Flori-Haven subdivision for $2,500. 4112 Richard D. and MyrUe M. Mary :
increases about .04
Bradford County In June 1976 and Marilyn R. Courtnay sold $16,000. Gerald Griffis sold to between sections 13 and 14 In Rogers land lying on the NE14 Berthe Longchamp a parcel of year seconds each .
totaled $921CUT (for the month to Ramon A. Waldrop lot 14, Helen E. Glasgow sold to Marvin A. and Evelyn D. TBS, R22E for $200.R. of the SEl-4 of Sec. 13, T8S, land in the NW 1-4 of Sec 5, century.Complimentary: . .
a $9 M.875. 25, T7S, for $2.500. Glasgow a parcel of land lying Eastwood for $2,500. sold to Nancy HolUngsworth Moscoe Belcher and Mae B. Walter Williams & Sons- .
The total for June Merren f Charles: and in the El-2 of lots 6 and 7 of Velma Lee and Paul Griffis lots 3-4-5-6-7-89-10 Block 21, Belcher sold to T.H. Rahn and Inc., sold to Fernando aniiDlgna ., ''I
represents a big jump from Georgia Torena) Lizenbee sold block 29 of Livingston Turby sold to Glenn Gary and Ferrell Ward City, Sec 8, T7S for Mary Sue Rahn lot of block 1 Domingo a parcel of Hearing
June, 1975, when land' sales to Donald p, Spencer and and Company's addition to the Jean Bennett land in the SE $20.000. of Temple's addition to the land in the SWI-4 of the NEl-4 Test & Ear Examination
totaled $548,150 Shirley A. Spencer parcel of town of Starke for $100. corner of 1-2 block one in the Julius Royal Jr. and LeonaM. city of Starke for 30000. of Sec. 35, TSS, R22E for I '
Until June land sales land in the SWl-4 of the SE 1-4, W. P. Reames Sr. sold to town of Lawtey for $2,500.J. Royal sold to Doris Royal Gilbert E. Moore and Mary 5000.())) To Be Conducted By '1
increased' every month of this Sec. 35, T6S, R22E for $100. Fannie Reames land at the D. Sapp sold to J. D. Sapp and Jack Lee a parcel of landin C Moore sold to Richard M. Walter Williams & Sons Atlantic Hearing 't
rear: January, $355,615;' Loyd C.and Louise G. Wood SWl-4 of the SEl-4 of Sec. 29, Jr. land in the E 1-2 of lot 11 the Sl-3 of the Sl-2 of the McCulloch and Denise S. Inc., sold to Vicente E. andEllen ; .
February, $413.264; March sold to Dwight L. and Dorothy T6S, R22E for $100 and E 1.2 of IoU 22 N. of SRI25In west 198 feet of the Nl-2 of the McCulloch lot 1, block A, the E. Maestre a parcel of Aid Center '
$647,398; April, $838,600 and J. Snipes lot 1, block 3, Sandy Mary W. and Free J. W. Woodlawn for $100. Sel-4 of Sec. 22, T6S, R22E for Haven, Bedford Lake, for land in the SEI-4 of the SWl-4 1214 N.W. 8th Ave. d
May $994,875. Oaks subdivision for $900. Duncan Wynnn sold to CharlesW. Kirby Shi Smith and Gale E. $100. $28,000()() of Sec. 35, TSS, R22E for Gainesville, 4' ,
Prices of transactions are Kennlsaw Landis Clark Jr .Slade and Joyce B. Slade a Smith sold to Gary Hildebranand Charles A. Tubb and Longchamp Homes, Inc.:, $8,750. Fla ',
figured from documentary tax and Linda Clark sold to Linda parcel of land lying in the Linda Hildebran land In Marilyn Tubb sold to Richard Every Thursday 9:00: A.M
stamps affixed to deeds filed the of the NE 1-4 of E. Park and Nitaya Park Lot
M Clark a parcel of land in NE1-4 of the SEl-4; and SEl-4 corner TII 3:00: P.M. At The
in the county clerk's office. the NW1-4 of Sec 2, T6S, R22E of Nel-4 lying north of SR-18, the SE 1-4 for $27,300. 4, Block 1, Green Acres for FARMER
June transactions include: for $100. Sec. 22, TVS R21E for 28000. Martha Jane Jasmin sold to $39,000. Office Of Dr. J.W. Patray
Walter and Josephine Southern Discount John M. and Mary Annette Michael G., Patrick A. and Gerald Crosby sold to BUSINESSMAN M.D. Lawrence Blvd.
Brunofsky sold to John D. and Company of Atlanta sold to Brown sold to Mitchell Brown Timothy K. Booth lots 59, 65, Charles P. and Virginia K
Helen F. Britton tract 5-B of Della Z. Speed lots 8 and 9 of and Katherine Brown lot 60 67,61 and 63 on Pine Avenue in Crews land at the Intersectionof Keystone Heights ;

Mount Pleasant Lake for block 29, Peek's Addition to in Woodlawn In Sec. 13, T5S, Crystal Lakes Home Sites for E. line of Broadway street \. (14 Doora From Andrew Druga)
$12.000. and the N.line of Center street
R22E for 5110. $23,400 \.eCJ
town of Starke, for 4800.
Frank and Melba K. Illgen JoAnn S. Rowe sold to Lacy and Irene Moblev sold Charles and Helen Guarria for $14,500 SENATE Call For
sold to Owen C. and Gayle W. Edward and Madeline to Joann Dotson land in the sold to Martin L. Meng land in William H. and Betty C. An Appointment
Phillips\ a parcel of land In Roberts of land in Swl-4 of the SEl-4 Sec. 17, the SE corner of the NE 1.4 of Boykin sold to Hudene H.
a parcel
Sec. 13. TBS, R22E for Martin and Hazel H. Marlin Dlat.5 473-2080 \
$13,000. Sec. 26, T6S, R21E for 3000. T6S, R22E for $100. the NW 1-4 of Sec. 12,
Odel and Doshia Green soldto 85 R22E for lot 4, Boykin subdivision for
t Donald F. and Louise D. James L. and Shirley Neill Township $11,000.
Ruby Dean Crews two acreson McRae sold to Paul H. and Andrews sold to Gerald Griffislot Virginia E. and Samuel S. 7000. You CAN Depend on Itl

Sec.the westerly boundary of Irene L. Faulkner a parcle of 2, block 2, Eastwood for Lee sold to Martin Tackle, J. Brooks Brown sold to LItl pollllt I.dv.rh.m nr
36, T5S R21E
land in the Sl-2 of the NEl-4 of
intersection of Sr 233 and 223
for $100. Sec. 36, T6S R21E for $11,800.
R.O Simmons and Willie M.
Robert W. and Henrietta E. r THURS.-SATONLT !
Simmons sold to Gerald H.
Harvey sold to Harry F. Stein and Lena G. Stein a 't
Steege of McHenry Illinois
a parcel of land the west 80 nUILIT iunNQMV
parcel of land in the SEi 4 on i '
of feet of Block 6 of Governmentlot 9-5:30: Mon. Sat.
Sec. 12, T9S. R22E for $13,000.
1, extending from the r. ; .
Nealy Carter sold to Bobby DAY'r. :
county road to Little Lake
Lee and Edna Delyne Pearson CLOSED LABOR
20 acres of land in the Santa Fe for $33.000. .
half of the NEl-4 of the NW14of Keystone The Ott Heights Corporation sold of to I E E .s.
Sec. 26, TSS, R21E for 155 W. Call 5t .fb_ _
$4.166.Georges'. Alfred C. and Gloria G. Boreelot .,- '
Properties Ltd. 7 of block B of Seminole Starke -
Ridge Unit No. 4 for $4,500.
sold to Hiram D.
Kirkpatrickand Paul G. Brown and Ann -
Ernestino D.
Kirkpatrick Palmer sold to Frand W. and
3 acres in the SWl-4 of the jeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjea sjeansjeansjeansSflYC t
Martha H. Palmer a parcel of
NW1-4 of Sec. 6,TtiS. R22E for ,
land in Clay County: lot 8,
$4.166 Kmgsley southerly boundaryof on our already 2CD
Rodolfo M and
Mata sold to A.F. and Mary Lois L. the right of wqy\ of old. state LOW. LOW
road 48 for $18,283.
Taylor 51.2 acres in the NE 1-4 r/y 25 %
Bernice W. a-k-a
of the NW1-4 of Sec. 26, T5S, Epps
R22E for $10.000. Bernice Epps sold to Donna pRicesHave 03
Kay Padgett a parcel of landin
Irene Roberts sold to the Sl-2 of the SEl-4 of the tt7C . Delbert and Idell Green lots 4, SALE I !
Sel-4 of Sec. 26, T6S, R22E for CDO9 HT:
5, 6, 7 and 8 of Block F in

Hillcre&t on the Lake side of $100Ronald E. Newman and I: .
Clay County for $100
Mary Jean Newman sold to
Frances A. and Guster F. Charles and Patricia CDQi .
Simmons sold to Frances A. Anne Picard a parcel of land .--) i SflYC 25 % t
Simmons lots 2 and 3 of lying in Sec. 26, T6S, R21E Jeans ____ 4 f
Pumpkin Patch, Sec. 27, TBS, known as lots 12 and 13 of
R22E for
$5,000 Sampson Lake Shores Unit 5
Edgar W. Douglass Jr. soldto for $13,000. Buy Now

Robert F. and Gail L. Ramon A Waldrop and For Gu!
Jordan a parcel of land in Mona L. Waldrop sold to Lacy -
NWI-4 of the NW1-4 of Sec. 12, Thornton and Kathleen H. For School I
T8S. R22E west of SU-100 for Thornton land lying in the .

15000. NEl-4 of Sec. 15,T7S,R22E for Seeing's believing }

Raiford and Nancy C. $1,766. s % A tt _ ,. I IH
Tetstone sold to Allen D. and Willie Searcy Jr. and Alice
Delores J. Fields a parcel of S. Searcy sold to Walter C '
land in the NEl-4 of Sec. 22, Harmon and Betty Harmon lot Westerns, tailoreds, f denim : *
TBS R21E for $18000 7, Block 18 in North Reno
Francis G. and Arbutus subdivision for $800. straight legs, flares. .fabric

Armstrong sold to Perle B. Steven M. and Susan G.
Find them alt HERE
and Joyce M Bevins a parcel Baker sold to Thomas) L. and H ,
of land in the eastern 1-2 of the '
Helen E. Harrleson lots 32 and
NEl-4; of the NW1-4 of Sec. 26, 33, block 5, Lake Santa Fe get a few pairs! ThemeBooks ..,
T5S, R21E, for 10266. Shores for $100.
Jack Mr. Courtnay, J. The Keystone Heights p

Cemetery Association sold to
Kersey In Leroy F. and A. Jeanette
:Natal'; Exercise Overmoyer the south 1-2 of lot

36, Keystone Heights, jeans .. .
jeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjeansjea sjeansjeansGIRL'S "
Navy Ship's Serviceman Cemetery, for $100.
Second Class Wayne L. The Keystone Heights .
Kersey 26, son of !Mr. and Cemetery Association sold to machine *t\
Mrs. George L. Kersey of John R. Fleming and Audrey I washable TV*4 MADE INU.S.A.
Starke is participating in the Fleming the north 1-2 of lot 36, 7r --.-.
naval exercise "UNITASXVII. Keystone Heights Cemetery, ''
." as a crewmember! for $100 short SAYE5O6O2
aboard the guided missile Crown Builders of Florida, / q

destroyer USS MacDonough Inc, Gainesville, sold to sleeve o i
homeported at Charleston Raymond! Blyle lot 5,
SC Denny Heights for $21,700.
Nick and Elizabeth M.
The exercise marks the 17th Schweyer sold to Roland H. TOPSSIZES 1
consecutive year that U.S. and Lois W. Simmons the
warships and aircraft have NW1-2; of lot 108, Keystone
opt'ratedith naval forces Heights Cemetery for $100. 4 14 / ON ALL FIRST
from South American nations S. R. Johns III and VirginiaD.
in joint training maneuvers. It Johns sold to Charles A. I; I II l f l [ MEN'S & BOY'Sf QUALITY

is designed to test. and Titmus and Nona L. Titmus a e n I IKNIZS
improve the combat readinessof portion of the SWl-4 of the FULL CUSHION INSOLE
the participating units for SWl-4 of Sec.27,T6S, R22E for 2 S3 f
the protection of the southern $27.500. FOR SUCTION SOLES
sealanes of the Western Kenneth E. Hagar and LADIES'a

Hemisphere. Phyllis M Hagar sold to NEW FALL REG
James H. Hagar lots 1.3 tlU.SY.67
Keysey's ship is expected to inclusive. 5-11, inclusive and 100% POLYESTER) "f ( "' $3.00
complete the exercise by mid-- 14 through 28, inclusive in the REG to $2.57Rf
Charleston.November and return. to ELECT TOM: CASEY $2.27 KNIT TOPS! $3.00to t4 BASKETBALLOXFORD


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Pip 11 TELEGRAPII September I.MM

AREA NEWSDolores SENIORDelgates CITIZENS Tara Expire On Last Day Of Birth MonthIn _
Peggy and Joe cannot afford to be ill. Annual last week's edition of the Collector's Office on the first., FANTASnc__ I1< Kerrigan had a most physical examinations would Telegraph It was incorrectly floor of the county courthouse. p
Meng enriching, enjoyable detect and treat illnesses reported that new auto tags The regrets the
Phone 468-1915 experience at the Congress of earlier and cut down spells of expire at midnight on the last error concerning expiration RIOTI.Room .
Senior Citizens illness in the hospital. Home day of the owner's birth. dates of_new. tags: .
Meetings Hampton Lake Organizations of Florida, Health Care must be given month.It .
M mpton City Council Mr.and Mrs. Paul Meng and Inc. This three-day deeper study and application. should have stated that fAe Old 1 m&z..oiNf Size
ThiHvday,Sept. 9 8:00: p.m. sons John and Mike, returned Legislative Conference onAging Other speakers were, Joe new tags expire at midnighton ,'"
City Hall (Regular meeting home on August 29 from .. was held in the Princess Hatchett, Harvie Duval, Fred the owner's birth-date. "" "W "j
date of Council has been vacation trip to Ohio. Wh.w Martha Hotel at St Karl, and Alan Sundberg for Tax Collector J.R. Kelly I -1 30%
advanced due to election day there they celebrated the 90th Petersburg on August 202122. Supreme Court Justice. pointed out the error the
falling on regular meeting birthday of Ruth's mother, Lt. Gov. Jim Williams, the Incidentally, Mr. Sundberg's Telegraph reporter made, and "
data.) Mrs. Walter Mouch. They principal speaker, pointed out mother, Martha, was a explained that motorists havea "" "r To
Hampton Senior Citizens enjoyed a stop at Mammoth the dual problems of Florida member of our club for a few 30-day period, prior to their t$ .
pertaining to the elderly and before she died. Katie in which to :; d
Friday, Sept. 3-7:00: p.m. Cave before returning home. years birthday, purchasenew
City Hall Any interested youth, i.e., mandatory Nichols, also a speaker is tags. "Gardening Is a contest to 60%
ciuzen: SO. or over, is invitedto Mr. and Mrs. Connie Clark retirement at age 65, and vying for the office in the New tags are to be see which holds out longer
attend and enjoy the and family were hosts to a unemployment of the young- Public Service Commission purchased at the Tax your enthusiasm or your back. '
Boil Party"at the highest in the nation. '
meeting.A delicious "Peanut
special guest'is expected to their home Friday evening. Today there are two million JftpEr'
be present to speak to the They first had to be located, persons 60-years and over-18 \tt' FRANK WILLIAMS
cent as compared to ten (
grasp. then dug up by hand pulled off per
washed before per cent in aU other states. Open 95MonFrt
the roots, then
Personals putting into three big iron potsof Twenty-five per cent, or i ,WORKING FOR YOU /
Mi". and Mrs. W. Fontaine boiling water with Just the 500,000 are living below the 4 ''i
level income bracket.We
have returned home after an right amount of salt to make poverty FRANK WILLIAMShadaPERFECTATTENDANCE 9-1 Sat.
must start Break
interesting motor tour which them irrestible. Neighborsand the high unemployment of the RECORD -during the past 7 regular& special sessions
included Rock City, the friends appreciated all
and young, as well as the old. Put of the Legislature
Srnokey' Mountains the efforts which went into &
Atlantic City, N.J and a visit making this a most enjoyable them. This back will into create productivejobs. more Teal Tile

with their two sons in evening. revenue for Federal and State FRANK WILLIAMS had a 99,89% voting recordin
Connecticut\ for several days.
IVy then visited Josephine's Kevin Meng returned home governments and add sorely- the Legislature Carpet
sister and brother-in-law in August 28 after several days needed monies into our Social

Utfg, Island N.Y. for a few camping in Iliawassee, Ga. Security and .Medicare- Keep FLANK WILLIAMS Working For You
befor back southwith with Charles and Rich !Medicaid systems.The Old
days heading cost of medicalcare E Call St 964-7423 (In Stumps Bldg.)
an interesting stop over Holtzendorf. The previous high HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 25 Pd Pol I Adv
in Washington D.C. week he ,'isitl'dlark! Bruno could be reduced by .. II nmIT IWQ"' L1 r
Mrs. Belle Brown seems and other friends in !Miami. preventive health care. We

busier than ever since her 87th
birthday on August 21st. She
stem the following Friday

family with her in Orange son Frank Park who and Ir SHOP THESE "LABOR DAY" SPECIALS ; ; ;

returned the visit on Sunday. : u
Mr- and Mrs. T. L. Topliffe of _
Jacksonville visited their EARLY FOR TERRIFIC SAVINGS!

aum, Mrs. Brown on
Saturday,as did Mr. and Mrs. DAY 10 AM-7 PM
R, A. Brannen of Bedford All ECKERD DRUG STORES OPEN LABOR .



i 1
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade CHAIR -
hod a recent interesting trip to LAWN WITH TILT.AWAY HOOD BLADE RAZOR
California. In their travels of FRAME
approximately 6,000 miles

especially entering j 20 enjoyed states Arizona., they 2788 TWO 0 0 9 :''
c 1
Vhile in California they 18788 PAK
vfciled their niece, Marsha 2 7 3% OZ.
Kjye\ Starling In Fresno. LIMIT' ONE ,,382 1
lillian flew back home in J .. 2 PAK UM".I
order to meet her schedule of ; _
Tcacher's Aide at Southside e
Elementary I School.Congratulations 10 LB. BAG ;z

to Mr. and LIMITONE
I\lrs. Wallace Collins who BRIQUETTES .
became the proud VASELINE -
grandparents of a baby girl on \1\\ AQUA NET
At Rust* 27. !Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 11\ INTENSIVE METAMUCIj

Know of Fayetteville, Ga. are SPORISMAIE II REPELS MosaUITOES 77' 10*,r p HAIR SPRAY -''
the( parents of this 8 Ib. girl ?' AND BLACK fliES 'o, La 5i I'r CARE LOTION MET '_ LAXATIVE(
\\Ali measured 20 inches at \
\\I'th..' REPELlENT RG :1.9.' ,. ... 13OZ
1. \ INS ,
: J .844 140Z.
School' : News 1 100Z. 1 6 Oc
Students and Teachers .. 130Z AEROSOL LIMIT ONE I I 1\ ONE
KILL 1""
returning to Hampton P> REAL 99
,Elementary; School at 8:00:

gore happy to see their school ANT AND
looking HO neat clean and : ::: 9 LASH '
attractive( Outside doors and KODAK A18R POLAROID! :' '
inside painting had been done, 1 'I'
t-iitfs!! had been cleaned and GALLON WITH SHOULDER SPOUT FOR 288 w+"' TRIMLITECAMERA T-SB.f":"

Ipiil other NH)ground patriotic school equipment look furniture of red.has 111 \\J PICNIC JUG APRICOT OR AVOCADO. RM. 399, 4 ( LIMIT BROWNBLACK ONE 99 i INCLUDES OUTFIT I a ( 2))

white' and blue! Class ill .__ aan CAMERA FLIP-
!schedules have gone fOLDING 8 FLASH AND 2388 PUl'.vol "h"l .yW 309
v and
delicious cafeteria: lunches. ill iDROP-LEAF TABLE REG e 1699., r Ql DI) CHILDREN'S ? REG. REG 1 125

fortun.itc ih*' M-nooi to have Mrs is Arleen again P ASPIRIN a 2699SYLVANIA'; GAF 126-12\
|Itch as the special reading COLOR FILM
instructor! in the Title I "PROCTOR 4 QT. ELECTRIC .
Jl"ogral11lor 1st 2nd and :3rdir.idis. ilj; 1388 36's
27' \ l.
( Mrs. Hich camto REG 15 99 LIMITONE 1
r'liirid.1 from I.>me (Vnter Mm 'e.: : ICE CREAM MAKER . FOR BEAUTIFUL 8 9 J
:> II.:>Iw'graduated from King t
Hate ('11111.1'1', N II. and spent I' PRINTS''
:pieirs leaching in N II. m I r 4 FINESSE .
"Inc i-itming, to HamptonKlemenUry %m\\ v "' M 5 QUART IGLOO FOLDING B FLASHCUBES
.: live ears ago .;a REG 1088 GAF 00\
>Irs! Huh has helped many CHEST : .B8 ; I I SYRINGE .
jtluik-nls acquire a desire for c PLAYMATE ICE e ,, J MOVIE FILM.
reading Her pleasantdisposition
and skill in c ., .
129 = PAK
119 9'1
iv.ifhintf IH il i real asset to the LIMIT ONE I'
"c'hIHII l lW are doubly w 'lfl: ''I 5uy OF 3 SUPER 8

(fortunate in hating her h a l r REG 2 49 .!.2.
husband. Koger. working as a d
full time Aide with the
L Kindergarten. 1st. 2nd. and

.Ird r'loridi itriiitat and They live Ixith at lakeewvi love De A 4f 1 i i r

Mr. Connie 'lark, school O
principal isenioxinghis. work r
and gets a good workout every
nUl'nlnglth I the physical I
education classes ho conducts I De
from I'IIII<> > until II (IKI o'clock. oeD' B COWPlEXiA' WI1Ca it 7: ('
The vhildrrn like working with .. aw
him too. and get rid of lots of 500 MC vIIUI, tlt3t5 VITAMIN E
excess energy on the E
playground VITAMIN E ..".eaii"". m The Vitamin you hear so much ;
:Mr. Clark announces that ''' ''< about.Dlffaenlpotenclelend -
CONCENTRATED 1IRAMIlC sues to choose from. E
school insurance III again! hens '' mj
: a+lable this ear at a cost t of :' REG. '
1.100 child( 1 Fl. Oz. 23,000 I I. U. per Oz. 'a) PRICE SALE
24 hourco'rag
per -
Moisturize skin while
: (' will be furnished at sleep. Reg your S4 95 YOu. 200 I.U. 100'1 1357 U It
180u child Insurance J __ r _
per +", Deg )
forms will soon be sent home d DegBCOMPLEX' f/ De 1.Z: : 15.9B 1..9
\\Ith children.enrollment 396 Deg 1 ItO.98 SIz9:
: at Hampton '-- TREATS ac
elementary reached 164 on TIMED RELEASEVITAMN 2ool.u.too': 1 IUB 13.77
Kindergarteners in =Noelle Deg WITH < STRESS fORMULA 60 Cap ul'*" High poiency YITAMIN.MINERAL C :gg't.t.u; 'CYI 18.9 18.39

Silk's class and 31 in Carole Bottle of 100. High potency formula provide* a balance of TABLETS 50 ._. "
Capuiles. Provides
Shields' sixth grade. B Vitamins, with 500 mg of 12 vitamins. 7 mineral, plus 100 Tablets. 10 Vitamins. a .-:::
VITAMIN I E Vitamin C in each tablet, 200 Germ Oil 1 continuousupplyof ;
School menus for the week Tig Wheat 4 Minerals No sugar. No Vitamin C over an. ex ape .
uf September 7-hl are ; MOISTURIZING Reg S599BOTTLE cyclamates. Reg. S3.19 te ndedPeriodReg.51.99 s
; ;;:
Tuesday corn dogs. SKIN CREME
cabbage: slaw, baked beans.iipple Readily absorbed, The OF /9 4 VITAMIN % =
: crisp: and milk rr perfect makeup base to 100 OtF 6 !!!.5.
\\ c.adnesdumeat enhance your cosmetics.Reg OeI:318 To help provide t1 / ,
I croquettes: with tomato sauce ; S298 the IM-Oz. sistance to colds and to fight SYIiaMINC.
fluffy potatoes blackeed infections.M .

I "peas, hotrolls, chocolate cake '' 38 REG. ,,

" and Thursday milk. fried.! chicken. ........................ ......................... 230 M0. 100', PRICE SI.89 SALE -- ,YII '
brown rice.. English peas hot 200 TABLETS 796 150 CAPSULES 716
biscuit ambrosia and milk. 60oMO..toO', 1289 1189 ie

I Friday meat sandwich,
macaroni and cheese, green a s s
beans, fruit cup and milk. $ I + f f f f




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CHURCH ACTIVITIES delicious Luncheon. ,
CHURCH OF GOD: The Prayer meeting Wednesday at Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall The Halls then visited the J. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch
School 1Q) a.m. 'Worship Sunday' August 15th guest was speaker Mr. for 7:30: p.m. Elizabeth Terry and family returned from a Counter Family in Tampa. and ions, of Jacksonville "

Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tompkins, Jr. Jimmy JamesT) la*. Phone 782-3300 vacation trip. They began by While there they attended a Beach stopped by with their
ELECT TOM CASEYSUPERINTENDENT home Bible study and Miss Elizabeth Terry, on
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: (known to us as the son pi traveling to Huntsville, Ala., group aunt,
OF went
p.m. and YPE Friday at 7:30: Chaplain and Mrs. Tompklnfc, \ Mrs. Hoyt Noles and son, of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley where they were guests of received a blessing. Monday. Miss Terry and
SCHOOLS Mrs.Hall's brother-in-law Finally, the Halls visited with them to Gainesville
of Raiford. He Is Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. and family camped at
p.m.EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Student at Asbury currently College*\ |,SEPTEMBER 7,1976 Casey Dobbs, and Mr. and Kingsley Lake for five days. sister Mr. and Mrs. N. C.Murphy her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. on to Jacksonville Beach
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wilmore, Mrs. Terry Dobbs, also of and Michelle. During T. VanArsdall, in Ormond later. They brought her home '.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and The guest Ky. speaker tot-U I of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. C. K. Cowan, Jacksonville, visited Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley their visit Pastor and Mrs. Beach and also his father, Mr. on Friday on' their way to
were John Morris and of James Hall, Sr. Gainesville on business.
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting August 22nd was Dr. Marvin Saturday overnight guests of Mrs Arlie Dobbs on Sunday visited their Brotherinlawand family,
FAIT at 8 p.m. R.' McMillan. He Is the>f their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. afternoon.Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Los Angeles, Calif., also ELECT TOM CASEY
visited the The
BAPTIST Assistant Dean of the College:; F. Robertson and sister Mrs. Smith of Marietta, on Murphys. SUPERINTENDENTOFSCHOOLS
CHURCH Radio .and Mrs. Ronnie Halls, Morrises and Murphys SUPERINTENDENTOFSCHOOLS
: Programover of Education University of1 i Edith Swinney. Mr. and Mrs.J. Mosleyand Saturday. -
WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Florida, Gainesville. daughter of Maxville, and had a wonderful time of
C. Bach and Mr. and Mrs.C SEPTEMBER? 1976 ,
in the Lord. The SEPTEMBER 1, 1976
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. HIGHLAND BAPTIST u;; A. North of Jacksonville their Mother, Mrs. Harold David McCulley and fellowship
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Eunice, returned home Mother Mrs. Ben Halls also visited with the
Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday afternoon with McCulley Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Worship Services 11 a.m. and spent them. Saturday after a week's visit spent the long weekend with Ernest Wells family, of Gustafson are the proud Tammy Broward;' of I l'

Wednesday 1:30: p.m. Bible 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting with her son and daughter-in- her son-in-law and daughter Huntsville, son of Mrs. Ernest parents of a daughter, Jacksonville, was a Saturday I'I
Study. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tom TatumJr. law, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Mr.and Mrs. Scott Davies and Wells, of Lawtey.On Margaret Kristin born August overnight guest. of ,' her
GRACE UNITED LAURA BAPTIST ., were hosts for a going Eunice and family, of Brent, of Pensacola. their way home, the 25th at Naval Air Station Grandmother, Mrs. Loca J'
Halls led Mr. and Mrs.F. .
METHODIST: Sunday School CHURCH Chattanooga, Tenn., and Were to
: Sunday School 9:45 away party for Greg and Hospital, Jacksonville. Raulerson.
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. WOI"shlpServ1ces 11 a.m. J'Lene Lafoon, who sold out another son, Jimmy Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford Wells whom they had Grandparents are. Mr. and I,
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting recently and moved away of Atlanta, Ga. and family and Mr. and Mrs. known at Seminary in Mrs. Bill Dobbs, and Great Wayne Cribbs, Jr., returned
Circle will be observed every Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. from Lawtey. Among those O. Nicula and family spent Kentucky. Mr. Wells is now Grandparents, are Mr. and .home Thursday after
Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: present were Mr. and Mrs. ELECT TOM CASEYSUPERINTENDENT Sunday at Daytona Beach. pastor of a United Methodist Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. spending the summer with his ./'
at the church. Choir Practice 7 Sunday School 10 a.m. Buddy Ball who purchased the OF church in Fairmount. Ga. Grandparents, Mr. andMrs..
p.m. and United MYF 8 p.m. Worship services 11 a.m. and Lafoon Farm. SCHOOLS Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosely, The Halls then visited with Friends of Obed Pauley Raymond P. Sanborn. of >,
at the church on Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting SEPTEMBER?, 1976 Mrs. Beulah Busbee, Mrs. Pastor and Mrs. E. Jones, of regret to learn that he is a Rumson.N.J. :| ',, -
Ocala. had been out of
night. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. ELECT TOM CASEYSUPERINTENDENT Laura Mary Taylor, Mrs. They surgical patient at Bradford \
United Methodist women Vacation Bible School was OF Mr.and Mrs.Stephen Crews Ruby Crews, and Mrs Altie touch instrumental since Mr.in introducingthem Jones was County Hospital.Our prayers:\ Mrs. Ruth Steinhouser ,ud)} \
met at the home of Mrs. very successful. There were SCHOOLS are the Smith gathered at the home of are with him. Mrs. Ruby Leite, ot
proud parents of a son, to Jesus seven
Esther Porreca Mrs. Loca Raulerson years
on Tuesday. 144 Commencementwas on Jacksonville Friday
present. SEPTEMBER
7.197S Andrew Stephen Crews, born Mr.Jones asked the Hallsto their
Mrs. George Roberts held on Sunday night. Aug.22nd in Shands Thursday enjoyed a family ago. Mrs. Mae Wells, Donna afternoon with' cousins,
Hospital, share with his church at a
presided. Mrs. Frank Coss SMYRNA MISSIONARY Mrs.Sidney Hansen and her Gainesville dinner honoring her son and Green and Miss Arthurine Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. ,j
gave the devotional, and Mrs. BAPTIST CHURCH sister, Mrs. Walter Martin, Mr. and, Grandparentsare daughter-in-law, Rev. and worship service what the Lord Blanchard visited her sister I
: Sunday Mrs. James had been doing in their lives.
Lucille T. Ivey the dinner guestsof Mrs. Markalee Raulerson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smithand
gave School 10 a.m. were Saturday Bowman, and Mr. Miss Enza Blanchard, at
Morning and Mrs. The Halls enjoyed dinner anda
program.There were ladies Worhslp 11 a.m. B.T.S. 5:45: her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Leslie Crews. family of Whitefish, short airplane ride with the Baker County Nursing Homeat family, and Misses Lynn
present. The Hostess served a p.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. Prater, of Jacksonville. Montana. Jones and their guests the MacClenny on Wednesday and Kelly Whaley, were

,McFarlands..___ ____n__ afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. ''..
Nellie Wilkinson. Other guests

......_ ::Swn7x.....; ;;+/}:.}} } ;{.; ? : ; ,' ,J +, for the afternoon were Miss
DRICESGOODONEFULLWEEK WEEK! SSIT'iS ; : .rw.yfM; :?} }}'i } j!..n7xr.xy; {{}ys: ; }r

: CHARGE IT ......................-... ..............................................................:-................,..................................f.? .:-. Angle Griffis and Billy Payne.,
THURS.. SEP.T. 2THRU, WED.. SEPT. 8.1976 SOMInuuUIIInD :.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::: ::::::: :: :::% of Palatka.


mffieDffilffiffi( (ijJeDffi13[! i ; I FILLER OR F t / f E f SEPTEMBER SCHOOLS?, 1976 OF'' I


and Phillip of Gainesville,
were Sunday dinner guests of
CHOICEI TV CHARACTERS their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

LAY'S TWIN PAKPOTATO Mrs. Laura Cavalario, of

Miami, spent Wednesday

PEPSI COLA UINITBNVD 88 Mrs.through Oscar Sunday Carter.with Mr.Other and

guests for the weekend were
12 OZ. CANS-REG. OR DIET-LIMIT TWO CHIPS 388 F Eat Mr. and Mrs. Ken Frank of

Lakeland, and Mr. and Mrs. ,j,
c 4 OZ. H. D. Sheldon, of Silver I
Springs, who spent the R]
CRAY LA weekend with them. All of
them attended the wedding of k
NO Miss Brenda Carter: and Shad '
'tlllPf 2 \
; I( PENCILS! f I Methodist Church on Friday

BOX OF 16 evening
i REG. 29 to
33 REG I Mr.and Mrs. Lester Walker

___ POFK I aI and family arrived home i
-..-. Friday after spending J
.s ...
.... sometime in Apalachicola *|


, ''+ 24 INCH SWIM i e "" COVERS'ASSORTED : :: Mrs. Wm. Wilson and I htlr L

$ RINGS VINYL SURF WITH ROPE "t 40sheet irebound z -120 SHEETS .::::::;;: daughter, Mrs. George '\'
566 ;; :;
RIDER 2 RING POOL REG. 7.97 notebook Keg. 594 COLORS ::::::: Breslin,of Jacksonville, spenta
REG. week with her soninlawand
'' 139.88 +" REG. daughter Captain and
i 4/0/ REG. 66 .... Mrs. Russell Lines and

250 INFLATABLE +- OO 22' INCH IIHCSPRESSBOARD$1 29w Iti;'! daughter, of Sumter, S.C.

l F R EACH @ Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
AIR i... Barnes and
family, Cindy and
REG. PRICE REG 9 99 BINDER Ie :;:};:{:;;;
CHOICE Mike Futch and Phillip and .
(YOUR ) \\ \\\ 63'
I nl. 1MATTRESS GRASS CATCHER 7" :::::::::::: Edward Crews spent Monday I

'I i r N GALAXY .at a lake near Keystone

? :
EVEREADY Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Inenortrdur" I 3 SPEED ;A .r Wilkison Sr., visited her son "
colon, pnnii 588 REG 1.69 0 Hubert Wilkison at Veterans
ti .ndp.nerns.Reg 799 MASK AND FAN \ VJf PLUMR Hospital, Gainesville, on

8888 (r1_r-:& FAST ACTION LIQUID #2168P.2OMEN'S Sunday afternoon .:
Z ,
SWIMTRUNKS983 r. REG. $1 38
'S.'Model E-1450 88 ELECT TOM CASEY
2 H. P. Briggs REG. 22.99 .Ms_, 32 OZ. OPAFK
P 77
REG. 4.99 MASK ADULT REO RUBBER 399 Stratton Easy REG 89 99c SEPTEMBER7,1976 I
motor. TWO
:..!\ I I
edging. Reg.
7 Mrs. Darlene Norman and
J'i t f I 109.97 OSCILLATING ,,,p;;; .. sons. Miss Nora Starling, Mr. j
,)MI''", and Mrs. Carl Norman and
.t I
.r sons Mr. and Mrs. Gene '
LITTLER REG. 12 INCH "' !J.-, Taylor and girls,Mr. and Mrs.
/ ,
8 88 eiv 1 2 GALLON s CIGARS Marcus Griffis Debra and
.. qJ
cv.x: I" Janet, Mrs. Margie Griffis
C .. COMBO GAS CANAN BY TURTLE WAX and Tammy, Mrs. Elsie
: 99 ;i- i I yr. REG. 1.39 Norman, Mrs. Barbara
n.5 COMPLETE r WITH : Roberts and children, of

, 5 ....ry '99 WITH 6 FT 2 LINE.PC. SPOUT POURING 488' I I -"' WAX WASHES'ADDS AS IT"r.' .. ta. ,- BAG OF 119 I Green Mrs. James Cove Springs Padgett, and Mr. son and,

l 90+ COMPRESSION ROD. REG. 1.99 7"/ 25 and Mrs. Irene Crews, of
REG. 1 39
and Mrs.
I.MUM DISTANCE -REG. 7.99 / Jacksonville, Mr.
__ Arnold Griffis and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Norman,
Mrs. Zettie Padgett, Mrs.
A TWICE THE PRINTS Blanche Butkholtz and son,
Des Mrs. Pearl Griffis, and Hohn
I J. Get.n extra let of prints with every
at the
Wilkerson gathered
roll of color or black and white film
f.r l\; ,, t'developed and printed. home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
+. "'yTODAY AND EVERYDAY. Wilkerson on Sunday for a
DePREE Birthday Dinner honoring Mr.
le Wilkerson.
%5 VITAMIN A CAPS | r ORBIT When Ray and Bill Wilson! of
} / 19"A w... r I you pick up your developedfilm
' *. THE INTERNAL COSMETIC' "t' 8k FAMILY VITAMINS and prints buy two rolls of University of Fla. Gainesvillespent
i REO 2 25 0/ Wheatacol 0 rbi A *J O 11 Essential Vitamin plus Iron Kodacolor or black and white theweekendatthehomeof
/ 10 OOOUSP UNITS VITAMIN !BIOS, oo for the entire family Bottle of film, for the regular price of one. their parents Col. and Mrs.
100. Regular Wm. Wilson.

ROSE HIPS 296 Mr. and Mrs John Tye Jr.,
' w and family, of Pensacola,
MO.Bottle oMOOR
< uler' 3.'9 lV r. # D PREE spent the weekend with their

f ..... ..... 2-STEP REDUCING PLAN parents Mr. and Mrs. John
12 OL ALIA LADE Tye., r., Mr. and Mrs.
VITAMIIII.12 318 QLose) weight nsibly. No calorics) to count Tommy Tally and son were
T' 100 MG Bottle 100 (I o Ono harmful drugs, no stimulant*, no their Saturday evening dinner
Reular 3.98 (De O r craihdiets. 21 day supply. Reg. 3.98 tt INDIGESTION GASSY C guests.

Mrs. Lucille T.. Ivey I

TRafrdr! Dinner at the Masonic Lodgeon
A 25omg.Vit.minCin3 HighPot.ncyVitamin THERAGARDS M Deptll 10VOlUMIBOZ. Saturday night in Starke.

It 1OOOOIU I 1OIL CAPS delicious fUvori Orange Mineral Tonic for the PEROXIDE . .LIMIT. .ONE. . .23'DePREE Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders '
FISH LIVER REG. 2 25 pineapple cherry. 10O i.: matun.du1t.100's. eu w w BOTTLE Protect your.dl t with this! type and their niece Miss Gwen
Rell.2.39' Reg. 4.98 0 F of therapeutic vltamln.mlneral10"LI398
369 Tack spent the weekend in
formula t0o s. .
Reg 4.95ft
ORGANIC 10O Tib*.To IRON I IBREWER'S 158 1 100 100 TABLETS: Reg.895 .699 Daytona Beach.

Iron delielonee., 'R* .'I.is / / r Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee

1 189 spent their vacation with their
Brother-in-law and sister, Mr
-- M WHEATACOL ELIXER and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant. The
ViAST 38 ...- men went fishing while there.

TABLETS 2 ...................._.. TONif b916oanc.8ottt.. The
= I00'..".....2... 200 TABLETS 2 Reg. 3.39 l Tonic. ,




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LEGALSI LEGALS Cattlemen On Comeback Trail Folk Festival Set This Weekend :i iI I

At White Springs

I Charles J. Schaefer, Meyorommissloner One (al) Commissioner, Florida Clerk: Ruth Reed and after this first warning the Florida Chamber Report. Says., W.B. McKinney of Starke

::: d the CIty of Public Service Commission Inspectors: Lillian Hall, Sarah Contract is conSidered broken If From Georgia to Arkansas will be featured at the festival,

Starke Florida by virtue of the State Attorney Taylor Rebecca Stevenson. the error Is not corrected In a After two yean or particularly for fertilizer, the to New York, performers and the violin.McKinney .

authority vested to me by law Public Defender. PAECINCTI. Uncaln City reasonable length of time. In roughshod recession, Florida past two years hit Florida craftsmen from 10 states will playing i

.to hereby call a First Primary State Senators for the following Chamber of Commerce Building such case the contract will be cattlement seem to be on a cattlemen hard. But recent come Labor Day week-end to will be I

Election to' be held at the Fire Senatorial Districts: 6. Starke remade with the next bidder inline comeback trail this year and fertilizer prices have declined ., join talented Floridians as accompanied by Greg

StatIon. In the f tpresaid City by Members of the State House Clerk: Myrtle Anderson ,all signs seem to Indicate easy somewhat, with further participants In the 24th annual Alvarez, also of Starke. ,
qualified voters on TU8IId y. d Representatives for the fol. Inspectors: Bertis Robinson 6. The City of Hampton riding to the market place reduction likely and If other Florida Folk Festival on the Present plans call for the two I

September 14. 1976. A.D.. for lowing House Districts: 25. Alice Barron Madeline Waters. reserves the right to reject any or through 1977, the Florida production cost factors banks of the Suwannee River to perform around 2 or 2:30:

the purpose'of electing the following Clerk Circuit Court. all bids. Chamber of Commerce has Improve along with the The opening program will Labor Day (Monday). II IIp.m.

officers: Sheriff. DISTRICT 15. HAZEL Bids may be turned In to the reported.Florida. general economy, Florida be presented .at 7:30: p.m. '
Property Appraiser PAULK COUNTY COMMISSIONER City Clerk no later than agricultural cattlemen may once again Friday; three programs are Daily admission rates for :

GROUP Tax Collector. BROOKER. September 9. 1976 8:00: P.M" statistics show cattlemen break even. scheduled Saturday at 10 the Florida Folk Festival will

.ONE COMMISSIONER TWO Superintendent of Schools. PRECINCT 13A.. ROVIIeII These bids must not have thq have made substantial Florida ranks 16th In the a.m., 1:30: and 7:30: p.m.; two be $3 (all day) for adults and II

YEARS Supervisor of Elections. Terwillegar Motors (Ford/. name of the bidder on thorn The inventory adjustments since nation In total cattle and programs will be staged at 10 $I for children to age 15.

Board of County Commissioners Starke. Oerk will assign a number to the 1974. This year's beginning calves 15th in milk cows. and a.m. and 1:30: p.m both Special 4-day weekend rate

GROUP 3 Districts 1. 3. 5. Clerk: Betty Jean Prevatt. plain envelope they will be inventory of 2.920.000 head Is 9th In beef cows.SERVICE. Sunday and Monday at the will be $10 for adult and $3 for

ONE COMMISSIONER TWO Members of the School Inspectors: Hazel M. Richards sealed In and the bids will be 30,000 head less than a year Foster Center ampitheater children. i)

YEARS '5 Board Districts 3. 4.In Christine Lawson Louise Kite opened at the next City Council earlier and represents a one Thelma A. Boltin "CousinThelma" ............................. ;
thousands of
Testimony Whereof I have PRECINCT 1138. Graham meeting. Nov 11. percent decrease compared loyal

GROUPS hereunto set my hand and Volunteer Fire Department with an 18 per cent gain the MEN festival fans will direct all\ i

ONE COMMISSIONER TWO affIXed the Great Seal of the Graham -llfery Lee Allen previous year Especially programs, as she has every Eli"14.Knolelet4 Ii

YEARS State of Florida at Tallahassee Clerk: Katie Stokes. Inspec- City Clerk significant Is how cattle year since 1955.Twentyfive died I
The Capital this the Sixth day of tors: Paulette Arnold Barbara 1tchg 9/2 producers have cut beef cow Seminole-type Harold L. Knowles, 62.

TERMS OF OFFICE August. A.D.. 1976. Lefevers, Bonnie McKInney ..... ........................,, herds by sending large Reddish Completes chlckees have been built In the August Hospital 26 In in Gainesville the Veterans after 1
Bogle. numbers of brood woods near the ampltheater to
CHANGING LENGTH OF cows to Officer Course
TERMS OF CITY CLERK CHIEF Bruce A. SmathersSecretary PRECINCT 114. Sampson IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR slaughter. Beef cows provide shelter and an extended illness., Born in

OF POLICE AND CITY COM-- of Stare New National Guard Armory BRADFORD COUNTY, numbered 3 per cent less than National Guard Major demonstration space for LIve Oak Mr. Knowles has j
MISSIONERS FROM TWO 8/12 4tchg 9/2 Starke. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISONIN a year ago compared to the James R. Reddish, son of Mr crafts exhibitors a number of resided in Lake 11
FOUR YEARS BE. Clerk: Frances Dansby RE: ESTATE OF VERGER annual Increase of whom are from out-of-state. years lie was a carpenter
YEARS TO 1-------------- average 12per and Mrs. Percy D. Reddish of of World War 11.
Irma Buford Andrew L. Deceased a
Inspector: Ruby
1977. cent each from
GINNING OCTOBER year 1971 Starke has completed the Survivors Include his .
Howell Gail Thomas. File.Number
NOTICE OF to 1975. command and general staff
widow Mildred two brothers
PRECINCT I15A Brooker Division ;
(VOTE FOR EACH OFFICE SEP- SHERIFF'S SALE Cash receipts from cattle officer course at the U.S. John C. Knowles Jr. of
Community House Brooker.Brooker. NOTICE OF
ARATEI Notice is hereby given that I I. ANCILLARYADMINISTRATION and calves marketed In 1975 Army Command and General MADISON STREET Hollywood and James D.

1.CIlY CLERK Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of totaled $188.199,000. up 36 per Staff College In Fort Knowles of Titusville: and
FOR A Four Year Term 1 I Bradford County Florida under Clerk: Muriel Kelley Inspec cent from 1974. Sales of baby Leavenworth, Kansas. BAPTIST CHURCH and
several nieces nephews
tars: Doris Kelley Theo Dyal TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
AGAINST A Four Year Term and by virtue of Writ of Execution Lorraine McClellan.PRECINCT,1SB.. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS beef had a positive effect on Reddish was on theCommandant's Charles R. Swartz, Pastor Funeral services were held
the wholesale and
I I to-wit: retail meat List which 28 In the
New River AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Irade. SUNDAY Saturday August
Execution issued out of Circuit Robert Dobbs Residence Road AND ALL OTHER PERSONS represents the upper 20 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ; chapel of Archer Funeral
2.CHIEF OF POLICE Court of Clay County, Florida Rising production costs percent In academic standing. with
100 West. INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Morning Worship 11 a.m. ; Home in Lake Butler
FOR A Four Year Term 1 I pursuant to a Final Judgment for Clerk: Margie Dobbs. Inspectors YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, The course Is designed to Children's Worship 11 a.m. ; Rev E. B. Harden officiating

AGAINST A Four Year Term Clarence J. Dear and Louise D. : Marie Banks Lucille Green that the administration of the LECTTO\1: CASEY prepare selected officers for Church Training 6:15: p.m. ; Interment followed In the

I I Dear and against Ray Brum- Linda Andrews estate of Andrew L. Yerger UPEIt INT.NDENTOF high positions at division and Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. Dekle Cemetery in Lake

bough and LOIIelda Brumbaugh 8/26/ 2tchg 9/2 deceased file Number; is SCHOOLS command levels. lznJ., Nursery provided for all Butler Arrangements were
3 CITY COMMISSIONER defendants in the amount of Reddish Is ass to the the Archer
pending in the Circuit Court for SEPTEMBER 7.1976 services.TUESDAY! handled by
A Four Year Term 1 I Area Group in
FOR $9.317.69 together with costs of Bradford Florida 50th Support Funeral Home
AGAINST A Four Year Term NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S County Jacksonville Florida. He Is a e
collection Probate Division the address of Bible Study and luncheon. 11a.m.
I Have seized and have in my SALE that I I. which Is Starke Florida. The LEGALSNOTICE 1954 graduate of Bradford : W.l\I.U.l\Ieeting at :MORGAN no.\! BAPTIST ,
Notice hereby given High School and lives In
possession following church 6:30
of the :
FOR SAID ELEC. E. Reddish as sheriff of personal representative p.m. Clll'RC'1I
INSPECTORS described personal property to- Dolph Starke with his wife, Sandra. WEDNESDAYMidweek
Florida under estate is Mack S. Futch whose OF INTENTION -
TlON Bradford County
Peggy: Shaller wit: and by virtue of Writ of Execution address is P.O. .Drawer 1030, TO REGISTER service 7:30: SUl'DASERVICES; -
Commence at the Southeast Starke Florida 32091. The FICTITIOUS NAME ::::: ::: :::::::::::: ::::::: p.m.; Choir practice 8:30:
Mrs. J.C. Dukes to-wit: *::::: :::;:;:::::::::: :::::: :::::iS Sunday School 10 am;
corner of Lot 6 INDIAN BEACH of name and address of the Pursuant to Section 866.09 p.m. Morning Worship and
loUIse W. Tenley Unit 3. run West 300' for point of Execution Issued out representative's Statutes notice Card Of/ Thanks Deaf
Barbara Vahnski County Court of Bradford personal Florida is 1 Services for the 11 a.m. ;
beginning continue West 50'thence Florida attorney are sot forth below given that the undersigned S\l\'RIA: ;; BAPTIST Training Union, 6:30: pm. .
Bobby Fay Chaff County pursuant to a .
Merrill Struth North 5 degrees West Final Judgment for Florida Bank All persons havIng claims or Edward Roberts, P.O. Box 288, THANK YOU nnncil Evening( Worship 7:30: p.m.

Ruby Howell 356' to Southerly nghtofwayState of Starke. Florida and against demands against the estate are Lawtey and Marcus Norman We would like to thank all of WEDNESDAY SEHVICElId .
Road S-21-B Leg "A". required WITHIN THREE P.O. Box 288. Starke FL for kindness and Week Service!
Diane TIerney Frank R. Gongs defendant, in are you your ""tLCOltS'OU: : : Prayer
Ella Mae Chastain thence South 80 degrees East the amount of $916.20 together MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF doing business under the firm thoughtfulness during our Sunday School 10 a m.. and Bible Study 7:30: p.m. ;
South the West .
350' along right- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF name of "BRADFORD
recent .
Polly HoltonALTERNATES with costs of collection. sorrow. Morning Worship 11 a.m., Choir Practice 8:15: p.m.FIHSTI'IIIIISthAN
of.way State Road 21. 292.43'. Have seized and have in my THIS NOTICE to file with the PLUMBING CO., '105 E. Thanks for aU the floral gifts B.T.S. 5:45: p.m.'ening

FOR SAID North 81 degrees West 300'South possession the following clerk of the above court a Madison St, Starke R. Intends and food and a special thank Worship 7 p.m. ;; Clll'lU.llLL'
7 degrees East 62.5' to written statement of claim to register said fictitious to ail- who visited
any name
you our All'isltors are warmly '
ELECTION: described personal property to- ( ,\ & (.JltUSTI.\S
point of beginning. ALSO the or demand they may have Each under the provisions of aforesaid husband and father Fred welcomed. We preach the

Sheltie Gerle Southerly 62.5' of the East 300' wt: VIN claim must be in writing and statute. Mason, while he was In the death burial resurrection, ST.\ltKt-: 'I.nlHn.\
of Lot 6 of INDIAN BEACH Unit 1968 Dodge 45-56. must indicate the basis for the Edward Roberts and Marcus hospital. These visits meant a and coming again of the Munster Jim Love invites
Grace Jordan 3. lying and being in Section 35. l.L41A8B2B6766. Tag No. address of Norman joint you to worship and fellowship
daim the name and owners. lot to him as he loved Lord Jesus Christ.
Mrs. R O. above
of the
Dansby 8 South 22 As the property with us. Sunday Bible .
Township Range Study
Dated this 2 of
Williams the creditor or his agent or day September everyone. -Elder T. C. Williams
Margaret named defendant and that on
East.As attorney and the amount A.D. 1976 at Starke Florida Mrs Fred Mason and Pastor 9:43: a moo !Morning worship.
In TestImony whereof I here the 20th day of September -
the property of the above Monday daimed. If the claIm is not yet 4tchg 9/2. 9/30 Family 10:4: : a.m.; \'uulhIl'etin! .
unto subscribe my name and named defendant and that 1976. at twelve o'clock 6:00:
on the date when it Will p.m. ; tvenmg Worship.
cause the Seal of the town to be Monday the 13th day of September Noon on said day on the pre'nrses become due shall be lItated. If 7:00: ( pm.Wl .
hereunto affixed this the 11th 1976 at twelve o'clock of the Bradford County >dn sday's: Bible Study
day of August 1976. A.D. I will offer for sale and sell the claim is contingent or
Noon on said day on the premises Jail unliquidated, the nature of the and Prayers, 8INI: p.m.
to the highest bidder for cash In
of the Bradford County
Charles J. Schaefer llfeyor- Courthouse, I will offer for sale hand the above described uncertainty shall be stated. If the
Commissioner defendant daim is secured the security SENATE ELECT: TOM: CASEY:
of said to
and sell to tie bidder for property
1 highest shall be described The claimant supiItIN'I: F1)ENTOFS11IIS:: :
ATTEST Merrill Execution.
: Edwards City cash in hand the above satisfy the aforesaid
Clerk shall deliver sufficient copies of Ii..triet 5I )
described of said
B t2 9'2 property E. Sheriff the claim to the clerk to enable sEI'TE\lInn: : : 1. 1916
4tch1.! Dolph Reddish
........,w. .................... defendant said Execution to satiSfy afore-' Bradford county Florida the clerk to mail ore, copy 10 I
each personal rl"l'r8fI1Jatlve'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 8/26 4tchg 9/16 ____ All persona Interested in the ,
state to whom a copy of thIS FARMER
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Bradford County Ra. TO REGISTER Notice of Administration hM
FORD COUNTY 8/19 9/9
been mailed are required
............................. Pursuant to Section 866.09 WITHIN THREE MONTHS BUSINESSMAN
CIVIL ACTION Florida Statutes notice Is here- FROM THE DATE OF THE

Case No. 76-240 POLL WORKERS FOR FIRST by ,given that the undersigned FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS

AND SECOND PRIMARIES G.K By 2313 N. Temple NOTICE to file any objections

Mary Allene Dougherty SEPTEMBER 7 and 28. 1976. Avenue Starke Fl.) and R.R. they may have that challenges

Plaintiff vs. Dewey Clifford Roseberry Rt 1, Box 499. Keystone the validity of the Urcadent's PUTNALna

Dougherty Defendant DISTRICT', LAWTEY DL.SHUFORD Heights, Fl.. dOing will/ the qualifications of the WITII

COUNTY COMMISSIONER business under the firm name of personal rp.fesentdtve, or the
NOTICE OF SUIT : "G & R MOTORS". Market venue or jurisdiction of the I' .II .
NO PROPERTY PRECINCT'1 LAWTEY CIty Road & 301 North Starke court ( .I.\SSI..a-U: It 1TESIeadline :

To Dewey Cr ford Doughterty Hell Lawtey Bradford County Florida 32091. ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS 1

(Address Unknown I Clerk: Inez Starling. Inspectors intends to register said fictItious AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO for In"l'rtlon

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED : Ferrell Jean Bennett Laura name under the provisions of FilED Will. BE FOREVER A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM Tuesday :Noon preceding(
that an actIon for Divorce has Bryan Alberta Lee Colston aforesaid statute. BARRED Thursday before

been filed against you Dewey PRECINCT N2 Kelly G.K. By and A.R. Roseberry, Date of the first publication of IlIIhlicatillll.

Clifford Dougherty and you are Recreation Hall, Lawtey. joint owners. the Notice of Administration

required to serve a copy of your Clerk. Vickie Jones. Dated this 26th day of September 2. 1976. FRANK :31inimum ('harll. $2.IHPI'oters311ord.

wrItten defenses If any to it. on Inspectors: Zeporah P. August A.D. 1976 at Starke. Mark S Futch .)

the plaintlff's attorney whose Jennings Aretha Austin Bertha Florida As Personal Representative Each: word o\t'r UIII
name and address is William E. 8/26 4tchg 9/16 Celtic
McCuilev. of the Estate of Andrew
Whitley 005 Northwest 13th PRECINCT 13. Crawford ............................. l Verger "

Street Gainesville Florida Bradford County Fair Building NOTICE OF INTENTION ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL \11 n..s ifi"ltd'4 t IIII1..t be

32601. and file the origInal with Starke. TO REGISTER REPRESENTATIVE: WilliAMS paid for' in adullc" unless

the clerk 01 the above styled Clerk: Dianne Yawn FICTITIOUS NAME MACK S. Futcn you hate an e.lablished

court on or before September Inspectors: Elsie Norman Pursuant to Section 86509 c/o PIERCE & HARDY P A account with the

7th. 1976. otherwise a judgment Shell Gerte Mack M. McRae Florida Statutes notice is P.O. Drawer 1030 Star' Telegraph.: in thaI \I'llt 511

may be entered agaInst you for hereby given that the under' Florida 32091 cents extra charge for

the relief demanded in the complaint PRECINCT 12. GEORGE W. signed M.A. Payne Jr., 15W ail 21chg 9'9 hilling/ :\ot r..pCtlI..lbll' for

or petitIon. ROBERTS JR.. COUNTY Brownies St.. Starke R.. Kamel ............................. errors! when gim( 'n fI'r the
WITNESS my hand and the COMMISSIONER Haddad 442F W. Madison St.. I want to take this opportunity to thank all the phone orwhen copy' 1'4 not
seal of said Court on August 4th. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT typed I and
PRECINCT N4 Bayless Starke FI., and Connie J. hr'Ulght to the
1976. Bradford County Volunteer Fire Noegel 442F W. llfedson, St. EIGHTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL IrJ AND CIRCUIT FO"OF people of District 25 for allowing me to serve as ornc.

Department Grand Street Starke, Fl.. doing business
Gilbert S. Brown BRADFORD COUNTY Representative for the past four
Starke. under the firm name of "THE your years.
As Clerk of said Court Clerk: Joe Gissy. Inspectors: LOOKING GLASS STYLING PERSONAL SERVICE
By: Marian McRae Oeeta 442 F West Madison
As Deputy Clerk ernestine Hardenbrook Underhill.PRECINCTI5 ,MldredAutry St.CENTER. Starke Bradford County CASE No. 76.2N I, especially, want to thank all of you that HILLS S"tIP" : (cmplrtemharpening
8 12 4tchg 9 2 In re: The marriage of BILLYROGER .nlr.. circular;
t ............................ Pleasant Grove Florida intends to register said BRANHA'l1l Husband hand. sarbfde. chin, Rimer
Bradford County High School fictItIous name under the provi have extended the courtesies
NOTICE OF INTENTION Petitioner .vs- REGINA GAIL many to me while I blade hollow ground and
TO REGISTER Auditdrium' Starke. stone of aforesaid statute BRANHAM wlfe-Respondenl h.lancod. learn at JarkonBdldhiR ..
Clerk: Nota McRae, Inspectors M.A. Payne Jr.. Kamel been Supply. Starke. .
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF SUIT have actively' campaigning inviting me or Key
... ....
: Kathy Struth Ella Mae Haddad Connie J. Noegel joint NO PROPERTY Ikighta. tfdlit.
Pursuant to Section 866 09
Castam Anne Samons .. ..
Florida Statutes notice is hereby owners. To: REGINA GAIL BRANHAM into your homes talking with me serving me -- -- -
that PRECINCT 16. Vanderbilt Dated this 25th day of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 10 c 8))PATI('O113tS: : ILonwa'
given undersigned Home of E.L. (Nook) Norman August. A.D.. 1976 at Starke. and mobile Sonic. slr0
Terry A. Goines, 504 East Laura Bayless Highway Starke. Roroda. that an action for Dissolution of coffee, cake, pie and just letting me get to know Inutall.d II nil unin.talled.GtTlxt .
Street Starke Bradford marriage has been filed against 1IJ1m.: .
Clerk: Mary Ella Watterson. 826 4tp 9/16 IItIUnt.: "

business County under Florida the 32091.firm name doing of Inspectors: Linda Bowen Joan ....................... ...... you serve and a copy you of are your required written to you better, I certainly want you to know me 'I\'ill.J'E tfrh"('0. .I'h. 3Tl-I7ti7.! (;aIn_

Margaret L. Norman.
FlA FIRE ARMS City of Hampton defenses of any to it. on the - -

UNLIMITED". 144 W Call Hampton, Florida plai ntlff's attorney whose name '1IH111.F. IlIl\f.: 'II"G.. Abe
Street Starke Bradford RALPH PRECINCT P. BRYAN I3. BLANDING COUNTY The City of Hampton is now and address IS Mack S Futch Should I miss seeing you at your home or on motile .hen.. hrriranr andinehg .

County Florida 32091. Intends accepting bids for their Esquire PO Drawer 1030Starke and ,""",0. hone cod seat.hg. .
to register said fictitIOus name COMMISSIONER. SanitatIon Contract whIch Will Florida 32091 and file the the street, I want you to feel free to call me at (Olin' MU U.E 11.-- ......

under the provisions of aforesaId PRECINCT. Reno R.J.E. run from Oct. 1. 1976 March original With the clerk of the \'Ire. 9&t6114I6.I." lid. 'lOW a
High School Gym Starke. Jr,. 23.1. Starke, .lL
statute. Clerk: Louise Broxton. 31. 1977 The followIng above styled court on or beforE! my home at 473.3209 or my office at 9647202if .. dchg
Terry A. Gaines sole owner stipulations ware attached to the Ortobtl'! 1 1. 1976 otherwise' ajudgement -- -- -
Inspectors: Corean McNe.I,
Dated this 11th day of Ethel Hall Margaret Williams. contract by the Sanitation may be entered you have something you would like to discuss WILL stay !oil r far .... "II".
August A.D.1976 at Starke Committee agaInst you for the relief dlJd 'to
PRECINCT. Seaboard Old my ho..... 96tt\'tJ.\ !
Florida. 1. Garbage must be pIcked UP demanded In the complaint 01 Ifrh".
National Guard Armory Starke. know about me personally or politically
Bf12 4tchg 9/2 once per week on the day set up petition. or .. .
............................ Clerk: BernadIne Early. by the SanItatIon Common -- '" -
WItness hand rind the seal
Inspectors: Sue Little, Peggy Reduce mate and fact
and the person whose bid IS of sad Court on August 1976
(;oB... Tablets
Shelter J.C. Hobbs. and E.
NOTICE OF ELECTION accepted. In case of rain the As Cark of aId Court "...,.. "
Be It known that I Bruce be the
I. A. SouthSlde garbage can pocked up on By: Marion McRle Pharmacy, 311S W. Madi.om
Smatters Secretary of State of Elementary School next workIng day. Stark..
As Deputy Clerk .912 .!lP 9116.
the State of Florida do hereby 2 Only garbage in bags will be 9 2 4tChy 9. 23 __
gIve notice that a GENERAL Clerk: Shirley Moore. pocked up These bags must be Child Cara; 6
ELECTION WIll be held in Brad- Inspectors: Lucille Godwin set in the driveway 01' some ............. ..... . .... ... Nome n'lIhl.I' :-mU..day!loulh. sod of

ford County State of Florida on Pearl Pickering Frances. other convenIent place near the Sh.... oa 301. For mo.

Tuesday next succeeding the McLendon roadway. All leaves to be pIcked b FRANK WilliAMS "Into call 964.139 itthg 9/2

first Monday in November up must also be in bags. Keep --- -. ..
A.D.. 1976. the said Tuesday PRECINCT 14. HAMPTON 3. Trash (limbs old tires BL'ILDIVG ronodebag.

being the SECOND day of NOV. E. W. HODGES COUNTY leaves etc 1 WIll be picked up by .- up.I... ,... room. .ddIUo... ..
EMBER to fill the following/ the bidder at the discretion, of tarpons
PRECINCT 110, Therassa aelos.d. ..Itch.... baths
offices: the bidder and the Chairmen of
and '
For You roofing t.u.
Community Club House Working .U".I"
UnIted States Senator.Repr8Ser1tatllle Theresea. the Sanitation Committee. 0113.211111. ilrh" 9/2

in 4. Only bash piled by the side -.- .. .. ..
Congress -
Clerk Belle LOIIell. -
: Inspector: of the road \will\, be pocked up.
for the Second Congressional Matte. Sibley Martha Kodatt "Poke I is the to raise DO"'T" THRIN AWAY
5. If the is power
Job not completed to HOUSE OF
District. Roberta Dodd.PRECINCT h...... S-track. .,
the satisfaction of the Sanitation the eyebrows, instead or the
State Treasurer and Insurance 111 .dt. 18p... T.... them
Hampton Chairman. the Chairman has the roof" PO POL ADV Paid For By Frank WIIII.ms O.h...,'. tj..unC. c.
Commissioner.C City Hell. Hampton. 110....
right to warn the person once 112!:, Cd1! St,_I.hl


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..PERSONAL.. .........SERIIICIAVUKCALLING .........-..
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Avon. OU 75M8OT or write

Lena Clyatt,P.O.Box 229,LaiOly ...

FlorloWtfchc.- [ 1 1FOR

ANONYMOUS SucceedKvlne NOr P;

;for people .b.want to
STOP drinhlac. Mil. FOR .E01l.SALL

Mapped. Meeting There 4 ._.*..................... _.............eta.JJ...e. .................Vtf..... *|oril.nd1. alt/ 1 G

964-0434.Sunday 8:00 6/24 p.m. 96"-5709. FOR RENTi 12 ft. .Ide FOR SALE Yamaha oloi. FOR BALE Swimming ponaulfluo. )' 2 lot. In Crystal Lake. Eat y:

Slip 10/9 mobile home oatildo city ironic et.ge organ,oxeolloncaadlUon. Ireilng nmnutaccari Each 180' B 185. 6NNOUNCINO.
limit. 9644114 or 473477tfchc cover Included. and dUtribnur ha nkmuiiurectangular - /tJ1t. C eSrdon. 1.

$I.ZOO negotiable Call 964 pool left over b.m,, 3 BR Frame ta City 1/2 A. /I tru>.llrg.ar. ,

HEWING MACHINES repalre, 5875 after 4. ttpd_. 1975 eeeeoa. 1/2 price, guar Lot. REAL .ESTATE LA Ed..rd.ln A Aoc.
aD make. cleaned, oHed aDd FOR RENTi anted fcnUlalton and. term - $ _.. Branch Office
Klng.l.y Lake. a
adjueted,ST. Work .. c.u.;.....JaduaavOIa day ievening. 23 A. treat .. St. Rd. 10. '
guarantee. House. 3 BR. lurnUh. FOR SALE Farm A 206 S. Water St. A "REALTY fff
Jame* Strickland. eorne MaU 90O39M103. tfc* With term. 2BR frame, stove -rel. I
Sept-Ma'. 2SO month. 1133.; conetructlon maeh-eqalp-v* Starko,Fte.3Z091 r- .
( Road A Hwy. 16 tfch,. 2633 or 1/376.9666.8126 lip hlclea. Open Monday tan - (13,!00 term J We I -_- r'I 1"

912 Saturday, 8:30: to 6. ConIgnmonta WATSON'S HOUSE OF 1 to 3 ...*/ with Septic ----- 3 BR 2B. CB In town, '. rV ---." .I Ito'
welcome Northeast VACUUMS Many .brand dnew lank -29 par.cent down- 3 BR tame CH&A feted 822,000- good term. .. ,
CHILD CARE Llcao** Florida EqalpmenAactlon. vacuum.. Vied mtdilniavailable. 8 percent lot oa bL (15,000 - I !, !,
hot meal. facd yard. FOR LEASE BY OWNER; US-17, North .. Expert Repalra .. - ----- t BR. IB MH In eacelleataid. .

Supervised play 884-846. 3600 aq. It. building o. Green Cove Spring. 284 make Part and anumq'le* baD Duplex .ale. return an your 2 BR frame, icreened porch on 1 112 A. 811,900 1 Cecelia '
tfcha' ; corner of Walaat aaBrowalee 5977. tie** __ Bulk-In cantr..' ...*.tID*.t. 110.000 t.rme.
St. .*%.............. _ I
paved parkinlot. seats de...... .,.... .cI4 ----- \
R.C. Dumpier 101 E. NW 10th Aft. *hesvRe. 37'' -" 3 BR Brick l. nia.Watch 2 BR Irene,1 aero $7,6003.acreeSR100S I 1/2 A cleared w/beautlful Real Facts on Real Estate
MISCELLANEOUS Bro".I... St......, Fla. tfeh. SALE|MSS| DelaioAlamlnam aboveground 7110. tI..... - ----- tree, paved rd. frontage.Ready Thinking about opening new business? Whetheryou
------------. lor the.lo* of parcel. - -
need lease have
awlmmlog pool [(2115I ] to or buy we propertiesavailable.
TOP ROIL FILL DIRTt 0 FOR RENT OUT SiaSdMolo. 24 and 15 > 33 complete, I .. our 48 A.form wlB. bo *abdlvlded 115,500 to sell We're ready Also available are small and .large
days a ...... $/2 acre late.MO.OO old FOR SALE double' fate ----- ta help you. Call or come see
donor work. per math. year .po..d. portable. 5 ... amounts of commercial acreage should you decideto
acre* owUnauced
sad drag Una work. Call ..88.! Water A Sewage. "............ Felt'lat..Uo. Sacrifice 1/2 price Call Organ keyboard, and ....,. f!!!I 10 A. tract-. -IS-... ... p u* today. build. '\

1873 Star Rt. Hampton. ......MobI Hm tU Mark Olin. collect 904398-5874. tfchg' 1200 .ell lor 675. L.wt*' down, ....d trailer ----- Sean Baltken-Aieoclate We like to see new business. It benefits everyone.
STEPHEN SMITH I 100 VrVStarka.e 964.56U6..1 782-3576 1 tp 9/2 10.cr. SR 230E (22,000 Paul Faulkner-Aeeoclate More business means more employment end

LANDFILL. ltchr. 9/2 FOR BALE Farm and Piari Andrew,Auac.VERNIEP.ODOM ----- Irene Faulkner AeeoclateIf additional money brought into the community. The .

coaetnictlon mach. equip. FOR SALE-..* Lineal. 1J64..71311 10 aero (11,900 [cleared town as a result. And can be certain 1
FOR RENT 2 br mobile prospers you
SELLING OUT SALE vehicle. Open Monday thru tiger 250 phi 10 mouth eh. ----- you interested In buy-
home that will handle all deals In the strictest
12 60 A.C.
et.n.Sept.till 7 All Howe m .. waterfront Saturday, 8:30: tU 8. ConJgnment $170. Phono 964-899! Bap Sector 12 Aero well, polo & ing or selling property call I we
KI... .' Lake.. Sept. 119 964-7TO, confidence.Tell .
arrangement 1.2 price. welcome. North 912 2tp 964476 eptle Lawtoy are* -
Coma io. and save OB alIteme. IS ta May 15. 533'2026 lip east Florida Equipment 115,000 964-5065 us your needs and we will find the right ,

Caroiell Candle Shop 912 Auction. US-17, North FOR SALE 1350 geld, or commercial property. We have many listings which I

4 mile N. of Stark. Open Green Cove Spring, 284- broquet tradltloool ooti. FOR SALEi Cask rgitei 36.35 acre,1300'.e US 301 H 964-5142 will suit your particular needs. We are as close a. 'I

Fri.. Sat., and SUB.. only 9-41 FOR RENT 2 br. mobile 5977. tlchg. Ituited back), 100. Fea .paper,moat*....In iteck.Call X 1100' to RR Ideal for Today! I the telephone. Call now.
Itch"* 9/2 homeO large lot In country_ drawer white chest (1C. fa te .*. If we have your all. Developer (56,500 term II.A.TOII'
available. 15 Call ..73. Two Olid ash night .tend. NEEDED:
Sept. .
; la and brewee al
r come Juit ----- "
FOR SALE OR RENTi No ..... .
with d. .. 15 each Ash
3237 9/2 Itchg The Office Shop. 40 acre wooded ,FOR SALE Medium Nice home on Kingsley Lake.
2 AKC Labrador qualifying. 1974 24 z 68 tp table, 1$. Double point
Retrelver.Male and female mobile borne, 3 BR, 2 bath hollywood bed. (new (..,500 Office Shop pen. 19 cent Country home with at least 3 BR $10,000 cash
Good horn required. Phone FOR RENT Mobile horn private lot 4 mile Math ol mattreel! 140. Fllty ft.. half ----- each, 1.80 dot. When buying and payments approx. $uo mo.
964.7708 91GRAPEFRUIT oa GrlflU Loop.964-8816 1, Lots for home or mobile 6 doi. dot. cost I I. SI.65. Buy home in t
Itp Stark off 301. $1,000 dow Inch rubber garden ho*., $J. Fred Sackett Large good condition. Children want
9/2 or rent S195 month. CollGaJneavlUe All excellent cond. Owner la Lake Butler 12 dox. and the price per doi.la horses.....In the S40.000 bracket.

3751120. ttchf. moving 633 MacMahoa 964. REALTOR Ter.e (1.50. Buy our pen and Approx.20 acres with 3 or 4 bedroom home.
PILL with ----- .. .
.Tb. Office
FOR RENT 2 home, one 1 9/2 Shop. 110 W.
6279 tchg Cash!
Diodax.eat eat la lying Bu.Ine.e Cor. US 301 oV .
meal Call St.. Stark. Fla. 32091 -
3 br.. one 2 br One mile out
Storko Office 904 984-6522
and lose weight. now tetra of Starko. oa Hwy 100 FOR !SALE Mobue .home loU SR 223 In Lawtey 118,500 Phone 964-5764. -----
strength lormala. Andrew toward Kyton 964-561 95........Few Ma etfll avaOaMeta BACK TO SCHOOL YARD 205 N.Temple IU9-J01] ----- -----------, Large, well constructed block building with" one \

Dry*. 8128 4tp Ztchg 9/31 llcbg 912 eeveral oubdlvUaB Ph.468-$ SALE- Baby clethei. OU..104 468-1753 3 BR CB horn .. 3.2 aero. acre zoned commercial on Rd. 14 W additional
1551. tI..... ..hoo*. long dre****, glrrecoate Hampton 838,900Phone 111l/rtll Drilling
.....'. clothe, earn 6 mile. South atStarka anytime 782-3806 acreage otn be purchased.CriaUengeT = _
FOR RENT 5 root baby ."tho.,baby laraHanopplioaco on US-3Q Aieocwta 964-7154 A 782- -
AUTOMOBILES USED furnished apartment. Oa. FOR SALE:; Mabfle Home Parta *. Saturday, Sept - -r 3397 2" thru 6"I We have the Green property on Ml W.
br, turnlhd and aUeo. OLIN'S MOBILE 5 BRXl/2 bath with -also 2 additional lots -can be ':
------------ apartment *ii|> 4. 1002 Butler Road. Hampton Fast Call one acre
Phone 964-8071 Itp 9/2 HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. Itchg" 912 (28300.Starko .' I Rotary I II sold altogether! or separately. I

FOR SALE 1965 Starka. 9644606. tnfag. ." .... -=,
Ford C LAW,,, E!.. Drilling Equipment I i.
800 Cab over eb...... See .t WANTED YARD SALE 3 famulai VTrlR,1 bath 815,500 r 782 I We have several homes' from; 115,000 up that can be i
RefUter Oil Company. 308 10 29 PATIO COVER 6th home on road b], ,i ... ...._ STATE LICENSED financed with minimum down payment and! lew j
South ........................ x rarke r3 BR, 1 1/t bath w.ow a .r..
Thompson, UchgFOR Installed HMjOO inla.taHedI140AO. Hammond Discount 301 monthly payments.
WANTED Waltroe'. Gator Matte Home North. Sat. 964-6743 Up 94 21,500. _____ I
waaUd Norm*. - Pumps
SALE: 1975 Pontl. ReiUurant, Waldo Fla. lip Service. 372.9767. tfchg.Oraoge Stark3 BR.l bath 125,500 Kingsley Lake We need 2 nice homes .

Catalina 2"Door Hard Top 9/,9/16 FOR SALE- Goat. Buy] - .ucille's immediately. Ten thousand cash with payments t

Small Equity. take' up pajmeati. Park Cake. and Nanny, 17 mo. old. Kid Hampton 40 acre 8700 A. New UsediSales.PartsService approx. HO. mo. we need this for family moving
Call after 5 p.m. 964 7 mo*. old.Call 964-7717 tp Plunder home with at least 3
WANTED Need person Decorating Supplies.. couth to town -they prefer a country l
5806. .812 .
tfpd experienced la general oa Blending Blvdleft on 22- Stark3 BR.1 bath (24300 ( BR. .i

Bookkeeping. or equal li B. 1/4 mile down oa left. I -----

FOR. SALE. 2 dr.-Sedan 1968, 6 ForFalrlaao. cyl. Bookkeeping. education Phone 264-3804. cloeed Sat. FOR SALE male -and SUmeeikitten female. House I I E-Z Terms I Children want horses A family needs large home
ylamitk(.....,good ..d.. Salary ability.Send commeniurat reaume. to with P,O. 8/5 Bring 8t ad 9/23 for 10 percent. off. Utter tralaed.) 115 Call 9647684 534 S. Temple I in good condition in the forty thousand bracket. ,
MOO Phone 964-7220 2 keg Ralph Bryan
Drawer A,Starke. ,FL 32091 day. or 496-295C PlumbingI
9129/16 Itch" 91WANTED evening. lip 9/2 I We need 20 acres with 3 or 4 BR Cash.
FOR SALE: Dkunood needle Real Estates AntiquesUsed t
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for Ita...ever 247 dUferent Estat--; = home ''i
any I Installation Country Club Lovely brick on 2
FOR SALE 16 It. .
Woman to do hove. them all. Deb ..... 'I i
MOTORCYCLES homo cleaning ono day one. we Glaitron boat and trailer call ,I ..hi Lota and Acreage FurnitureOpen beautiful lots 3 or 4 BR 2B LR, attractive .. )

'" ------------ week. Own traaiportatkm poi o'. DaMouat. 533-2319 For Bufldmc. FMohil.Hanm. t Remodeling kitchen with large dining area family room, CHftA. I
.-MOTORCYCLES .' v a 11 A.M. 7 P.M. '
Phone 964-5231 lip 912 "( Owner transferred. tit
It!!l SUZLYU OF STARKE You Far Sole. : CoeiUl Bermuda ----- Roomy 4 bdrm., 2 try aibeautiful .729.82eMEN J Repairs _____ ;
.; autAortaed Suaukl Deafer. Pnon9B44020. GARAGE SALE Ol corner let hi city LM
WANTED Mature hay, 1.50 halo 468.1985 The ultimate 2200 sq. ft. all large rooms -
. 304 Fall Cal Street b.lItt.r and .housekeeper. tlchi Morgan Road. 1/4 mile .u Reduced. for quick Bale IDurranceIPUMPS DR Kitchen 4 Bedrooms, two tile baths, Brick,

Uch|. altar school and Saturday 301. Box 55C. Lyle, 14000. OR WOMENExpo.rie.nctd fully carpeted CH&A Paved driveway, 1 acre,only I
Matt. have owntrinaportaUoa. For Sale. chicken. Nortb1'1lp.Start.S.t.A Sun -- -- agents
: Liquid & SUPPLY 2 years old out of city limits.
FOR SALE 350 Honda, Pin Breeze fertilizer (10/toa. 8 too to Itch 912 Lota a Base .... lOOh wanted. Health ( I II -----

(500 or beet oiler.Call 473- Sub. 964-6809 Itp 9/2 the truck. Delivered and __ ..wa Seam Insurance. 55 percent COMPANY I Low down payment We have several nearly new
2252. spread for ,... W.A. ba. commissions, 45 percenton I I homes with attractive financing.

------------ WANTED Farm Prevatt. 468-1985 Hampton, renewals across the I 864 N. Temple Ave. I II jI
and lota aad
eooitrnetlon nach-equlp-vo- Fla.tfchgOf Home and.BulkUng .mall. Several lecatlaar board. Life insurance I Starke I& Professional office ;;home; ..: Large brick home, I

1975 SUZUKI .lUcI... Let a* .*Q your.urplue Material owner commission 70 percent.Semlannuatizatlon I I I II CH&A 301 across from Fat Boys & Wishbone

1700 EXCELLENT SHAPE for yes Op. Baa.cbg-- on I 9647061Before I Chicken. ;
Interest To
Monday thru
Saturday 8:30 -WEBtJIIJ.y" )- commissions. Vested renewals L.JMOBILE
to S. Northeast Flo.ld.Eq..lp..t Plant Or Our ----- I
1500"OUN life and health
Call 964-5606 Auction. US-17 BOOT BUYERS Y""wOrOur.FRIE ." RAPHBRYAN on Older home adjacent to shopping center CH&A
nsurance. We provide
North Green Cove Spring. \ TIRmaodeingRep.ln Jke@or. with acreage. i I.
2M-6977. 904-8788 day or nhV leads for you. Opportune
tlehgWANTED Several. weeh. .bock
TF Ity for advenc.m.nts.Send .
we ran an ad la thai paper AddIdooa Neat Saratoga Hgls.
offering. cloeeout" booto at ......Bought resume to: rou Buy A Swimming pool ..
: A.eo..t..tlPre'.r ----- ..
HOUSES FOR SALE some college. background ). pricea: pkaang to all themuterested Sold-TradedACREAGE P.O. Box 234 Two beautiful acres_ Madison St. with comfortablehome.
Ocala, Fla. 3270
........................ In accounting, typ ta boota. THOMAS'REAL Mobile I
Call; 473.3360. Your. reactloa to. and FOR SALE Reserve Life Ins. Co.
HOUSE FOR SALE Scorner \ ing. tfchg acceptance of. our .11_ to 9844863! 1:24 4tctig fU: ,
Weldon and Griai preside boot for your TV Home Spring Lake Keystone=80:;;crystal( clear sklabta

100 s 75 and Bid,.. 6500. WANTED: Used refrlger- tomiy at price you will Hwv$01 Sout.\,Stob level with CH&A. Ii
lake split
Phone 964.5609 9/2 Itch" atari....h....sad 1&0".1. afford .hen prompted u. to d 621 North Walaat. St. One acre out of city limits All electric 3 BR. 2B.
good eoadlt..... Cell Dahmere See
---------- adopt" the blowing poUcy. Florida 32091
Starko. 25 acre, frame houi and -----
HOUSE FOR SALE U Dlaceunt. 904-7923. tin vohoae baa Ihlachange.
Our JuMifled
964-6182 bar. NW Star..... Lake-Large home on 2 plduresqu.lots.
a 65 Mobile! Home, 4 br.. 3. (Formerly, A.J.T'*_* ef- John Paradise -----
bath on 1 acre lot. Call 96- Aa al thle ad. wo will WANTED Real E.tato)
WANTED: T* Bay I acre aa 9 acre pasture land reasonable 20 acres plus modern
5799 9/2 Potpourri .
Itp 301 for house or CONTTNL'E to stark boats MAN OR WOMAN
Highway price. 473 377S home..Commercial property on 301 lots on
------------ mobile home. Call 984-o748 for the enth-o badly at FULL OR PART TIME S .er.. .. 100-A tear city - Bessent Road & Little
HOUSE FOR SALE -3b. alter 5 p.m. 8/21 2tp 912 price: YOU WILL accept.Theeo ImlU.Baim. Very alee large 3 BR. 2B. Crosby Lake Green Acres

ho....,garage and double car price will continue (HUSBAND & WIFE - CHAA corner lot la t..... Lake Santa Fe.Cecelia.
port. On 100 ft. s 155 ft. lot. und the end of our hulneeWe. ... Opportunity3000 - -
WANTED Ten acne mare
410 W. A.d..w.SI. 17,90! or .... la: Hampton area. Wo want your boot TEAMS INVITED) .... ft. CB Building .. 301 5-10 acre tract, high land. .. onpaved HOME T. Terwi//egor// Realtor I
CASH. Tolbort McCoy buaUMo and wo sad to to service and collect with overhead office and read, Ckabam area.Lg. .
Jan 398-1816 writeWllkua
Phone or
Phone 964-7818 9/2 2tp 919 J. Hudnan 2839 gut it. money from U.S. terago-eomo oqulpmeet PARKInakUCttyLknlta( 206 West Madispn Avenue, Starke, Florida. I

----------- Spring Park. Rd. Jam, Fla. Shop" for boot at Postage Stamp .Frame bouo on corner lot to
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 32207 8/20 21 p 9/2 Corradue' and be aarared i BR.t bath,LR.DR,large city. Cko to hopping. area. m I ILI
Hou*. 'trailer. Excelleacoad. that.plain wll be the.loweetANYWHERE. Machine In your .od... equipped kltckeaplua -- Walk toBmymdSqme; OFFICE PHONE 944-777*

964-8420 Itp 9/2 .We win make area. All accounts much more an beaatUu 3to0aeaclmr,4d.N/Wd. Downtown ::! HOME PHONE 9U-S14S !

------ HELP WANTED every effort to etoek an dare. established for you. 233 m 150 earner lot NicoCeatrol 8taJb.
FOR SALE OR RENT :2 Roopoalblo aid except where a *t>l* baa No experienceneeded. boat and air Clooo 130 Per MoDtJa REALtOR i
b.. block house In city. trustworthy school boy or ..... .u-odaueo1. to elemeatery. icbeol.Small 1 A 2 acre mobil.home. .!-. AD aty Coavenlenca
Phone 964-6262 or 964-8417 I girl with bicycle 2 to 3 hour when. you think at bode - N.Wof Start Term. Fhv,Police J>racecdoo: .
Uhg" each Maday, Tueeday aadWadaedy think CarraaW.. Thank REQUIREMENTS: Car acreage City Go*.Water end Sewer

alter ickool. references, 10 hrs. GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
HOUSE----FOR-SALE-----U Apply at Dairy Q...... 1401 you.CARRADINE'S minimum per week & Bul*** eppertealty 301 with Rig.R.sEefa.Buhr Jo-Lu Motel ELECT TOM CASEY
Lovely building on 984-7808 Womenclub program
65 mobile home, i 3 N. Temple Thiraday CASH INVESTMENT I SVPERISTENDENTOFchairman
custom Friday. Itchg. 9/2 approx. 2450 *q. ft. putty alparklag d 964-881 Tf'I I to lecturer:
br.. 2 bath central air and LEATHER SHOP Oil SCHOOLS
FROM $1,950 to \ pace .pp.' "We're all impressed with
beat. Call 431-1763 or 964 H/A 'call SEPTEMBER, 1.71your
US.301 One Mile SouthOl $5,198. For Interviewor eq.ft.wltbceatr sharp analysis of the
6858 1 tp 9/2 fOR SALE today.Hampta. ELECT TOM CASEY
Lewteyi information write, crisis professor.
---------- .. --.... .. - Mobile Home MovingSet onomic SUPERINTENDENTOFyou're
I including telephoneno. Lk. 90' m IW And relieved to know that SCHOOLS
*SALEi 38 Seri hand. Pbo..782-3400
HOME POE SALE: 4 bee: U.S. Postage feted let North Shore, as confused as we
? 1976 :
MS.a hand.emu.tt JS. S3Xfcam Drawer B : SEPTEMBER .
reem.. t bath. Bviag rM _tan-It .. FL 32058 Stamp Machine Mobile Homo, 120' Dock. Up & DeliveryFOR are."
: Lawtey,
g .. '
..ce... torn I H..
dialog rem Ueeoaa. tfco- Itchg" 8/19 Distributing Co., Inc., 1220 Utility L'ichty, Field Newspaper :
room with fireplace eeatrihoatalr. - -
9645784.'tfchg. 1409 East Blvd. Suite S R..Id.&I.IIo&l. total area D.ETAILS CALL Syndicate

.. ---. 106, Charlotte. N.C.. 100 m ISO.black fret High OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964-5606

FOR RENT Labor Day Special 28203 704/377-6359 or Moo.-call School.[IDOING BUSINESS ONLY Hwy 100 W. Starke Maintenance Mechanics

.FOR....RENT.......-..J..br...home..... 25" Perm Wave 'IS00MS09 Fri. 9:00: $til 5:00.: IN REAL ESTATE) .Only. Uc. & Bonded Mover Living In Florida Steel Corp.New .

dr.lore Ir and d... Fenced F.0.....Theme, Bradford 'Co. 'tryPNON !
1160 .Real Estate Broker Electric Steel Mill In Baldwin FlOrIda.H..
yd. Nice Location, per Latest Hair Cut *5 R.. .
...tb. Phone M4-7972 lip, Mimosa Manor 964.6507 533 2210ASSOCIATES Immediate Openings In The general Maintenance :

912 3 Days Only Sept. 2,3 & 4 Mobile Home ParkA I ...., "ly...M.:,. Maint. Mechanics Field. Positions Require Working I

FOR RENT Klagd.yLake ] 964-8384 us Electrical And Mechanical Experience In MaintenanceAnd
Nlee..... (H'
Harold Epn*
winter rote I
September. throe.b AprA. I. Irene's Beauty Salon TeUv 9646616Slav '964-7604, Prompt Repair Of Industrial Equipment And Plant FaciUtlet. ,
5:13 Rt "0 I *Saamea. t
C. and H..t. lte *n Large LotaYard 964-6881 Service $5.98 To $6.SO Per Hr. Depending Upon ExperienceAnd

236_ 2209 Baitord Rd. 964-5033 Cora U JSTi 1/6 OWNER
FOR RET Nice A.C.. 1 1 I GorkenCeaaWater BOB'S APPLIANCE SERVICE Qualifications

br. Trailer. .Quiet 111 loeatba mile, 661 Beam.Ceual Electrical Florida Steel Often Attractive Salary,
Water furnished ., Servicing All : AppliancesNew .

W. es Rd. 100.11643797 HI Gar4Iop..Sewage......Ploot. FOR BALE ,..*..11'1.. Liberal, Company Bane fit a.A .
.12 I .
FILL DIRT Amah) Parking |.Ue of all ..... wttikandl
.. nd Ground Floor Opportunities.
.... At The Offtea Bhep.a a Tear Off & ReRooflngRoof
of Any Type
FOR RENT Beautiful i Roofing
oS. 1 br. mobile homo, elcead. ., Top Soil rjwmideNa: "- .- .. .. .> Repair a Painting. & Coating Gutter WorkNASSAU Apply In Person '
.Call M4-oo30 altar 8.01: ( .... .- eeeef

.... lip 9/2 Fill DirtCall Motored Cb. IIIIA8II'IQ1U'I' Florida Steel Corporation.

cdmmOUilt' .
RENT 2 br mobll. .. -MevoUBeatM-
FOR 8aIoa a!Serrtrey9s.SslectimOU.ed ROOFING' CO.
homo In 1i ...t.,. 1 child. 488-1873 FREE Yellow Water Road SR 217 l
1..0 M4.8498 lip III 1Me..Boot CtanTavbraOa -Are* Estimatu-

STEPHEN SMITHTAR 11..itb.lrpPBONEK7d10 (WAN:nNN Baldwin. Fla

FOR RENT 2 br mabtthome. 2001. N.W.13 *7M3n P.O. Box 103
Cell 9M.M4J or HI- ,: GAINESVILLE 32234 An Equal Opportunilv;, EmplovtM Mr.
r Baldwin. Fla.
ROUTE "" "'PTON.I"LA. .d Phone: 266-4857 .
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Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months.

Outside trade area, ea per year: $4.60 six months. Starke, Aa.
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the flies breeding In his breeding is proper manure -
How doth the busy little fly favorite pet's habitat, while control. "It must be kept Blood Drive Set
Improve each shining day' roundly condemning the either all wet or all dry lo
By mating soon and poultry house "down the prevent fly breeding," Agents By !
making sure ,
road." Trawick said. "If we could At UCI Thitoi Friday i
MORE flies are on the way! dispose of manure weekly, It Bobby
That "flies are everybody's would eliminate the fly Notebook Blood i
problem," seemed to be the problem," he added, "but that Phone 964-65$1 Taylor The Clvitan Regional
of Gainesville will
A statistician with nothing blanket the earth to a depth of theme of a summit conference is too expensive for producers Center blood drive at the
I better to do, wore out a four feet.Bradford. on the fly situation held at the lo afford when some of them a conduct Union Correctional a Institute
I. computer and came up with Bradford County Health on contract are getting only Eve though .
nematodes that 3.The
tI figures to prove that II twohone'moonIOIt County, In the Department last week, seven cents for a dozen eggs." thundershowers have been Incidently, Friday, September
flies started summer of 1976 seemed well attended bv sanitarians and frequent, they have been light attack plants mostly are drive, to be held born 9
.' reproducing in June, and their on the way to proving this other health officials from Proper control of surface In most areas and dry roundworms Is size., They are a.m to 5 pm. at the Institute's
unhappy thesis.As Clay and Bradford Counties, water was also emphasized, microscopic
offspring followed SUIt, ad conditions prevail throughout employee clubhouse on SR16in
since wet, boggy areas parasites that live on plant
infinitum and all flies usual the much. as well as poultry science manure moist- an Ideal keep the county. This is good for tissue It Is estimated that Lake Butler, Is being held to
produced grew to adulthood maligned poultrymen of the consultants from the breeding ground for flies corn harvest and haymaking, they cost millions of dollars of build up credits toward the
unmolested, the timelJctobt.'r bore the brunt of University of Florida. but fall account.
by country "Some poultry houses have our vegetables, losses annually in employees' Stub
rolled around there criticism, with the average Everyone agreed that the been built in low areas where soybeans and pastures! need crop Florida. They attack all of our Each pint of blood donated
would be sufficient flies to rain.Stawberry.
some drive will be
property owner overlooking during the
current fly epidemic was they never should have been major crops and can cause
perhaps the worst since 1969, allowed in the first place," one land Is being severe damage to credited to this account, said
but none would go so far as to spokesman said. prepared In the Lawtey area. ornamentals, lawns and home Chris Fey, public relations
place the blame solely on "We will Some growers have turned the gardens. director of the Blood Center
poultrymen. "It seems to be a never have cover crop (usually Sesbania)
editorial combination of things," one effective fly control until each and have taken soil samples, Several species or kinds of Fey said the center also
spokesman said. "The hot, property owner starts looking Besides arrangements for nematodes feed on above plans a blood drive at Starke'sNational
humid weather we have been for violations on his own plants, a soil sample to ground plant parts and may Guard Armory on
having Is ideal for fly property before, he begins determine lime and fertilizer cause death or yellowing of Edwards Road Sunday,
breeding, and there Is the laying the blame on the requirements is the most buds, stems, leaves or September 12, from 12:30: to 4p.m.
further complication of poultry houses," said Dr. important practice a grower Clowers. Other nematodes .
Who's Responsible having some of the most Carroll Douglas, poultry must do. feed on the underground parts
effective chemicals (including scientist with the University or the root system of the plant Most healthy persons from
arsenic) withdrawn from the of Florida A soil sample analysis will and cause galls, lesions, or 17 to 66 are eligible to donate
For The Flies ? market by environmental the last give the PH reading, and also rotting of the root system. blood provided they have
Following severe
had said.
protection agencies." the calcium magnesium, and never hepatitis, Fey
outbreak of flies in 1969 the major plant fool element All this is to say that
With the restrictions on Bradford Board of County levels In the soli. These nematodes should be an
chemicals and prices Commissioners adopted an readings or levels need to bt' important consideration in ? \
Flies, apparently, are somewhat like Good-fitting screens on windows and ordinance with stringent
doubling in the last few years, known so the right amount your production program. If & (
essential in flies from
Mark Twain's observation on the doors are barring the emphasis has turned to regulations setting up and kind of lime and fertilizer you have seen some of the
weather everybody talks about them, homes, dairy barns, milk rooms, and biological warfare against minimum standard for the can be applied before symptoms or damage by ,1 I
but. nobody (with the possible exception food processing areas. flies, and ordinary methods of "prevention of unsanitary strawberry beds are made nematodes in your crops, take
feed barns
in lots
of producers) does ranch sanitation which have always conditions and the plastic mulch is a namatode sOIl sample today
very kennels in which
buildings, or
been the basic means of fly applied. and be ready to take
about them. animals bred raised,
control.An are corrective action before
Back in 1969 when County
housed maintained whether of soil samples
Health officials of two counties Clay had a fly problem just as serious, or Interesting development temporarily, permanently or and Speaking their importance, thIs Is planting your next crop stationed In ancient at Rome the, door a boy of was a

and Bradford gathered one day last perhaps more so, than the present in biological control has been intermittently. These one of the best times of the There are several ways to mansion to caution visitors
week to discuss the situation the outbreak, the County Commission the "wasp factory" near regulations and the penalties year to take samples for all control nematodes in addition not to cross the threshold
Archer where tiny (not involved (a fine not to exceed We can now get a
wasps crops. trealmt.'nt.11\
ordinance and to chemical left foot which
worst outbreak of Musca Domestica adopted an a with their ,
the common stinging variety) $500 or imprisonment in the report back in time to apply
'houseflies to you) in recent years: Poultryman's Association was organized are bred lo become parasites county jail not to exceed 60 lime or dolomite and order our discuss these In a later would have been an ill omen.

Everyone agreed that the situation was to assist in its enforcement. Effective on the pupa stage of the days) apply not only to fertilizer analysis before

serious, but did not agee with the measures were taken and the situation housefly.At poultrymen, but also to the winter or spring crops. My

tendency of the public to place th"", blame was cleaned up then, and it can be a cost of 52 per 1.000 owners household of pets horses who allow and suggestions to spend money continue for to seed be not or GAINESVILLE

entirely on the, poultry producers. corrected now but it will take birds the wasp breeders will unsanitary condItions to fertilizer until you hate had
I "eternal vigilance" on the part of introduce theIr tiny insects develop in garages, carports, your sOIl analyzed and applied
The consensus seemed to lx that most everyone not just the poultrymen.A into poultry houses, where or around the back door steps.In a liming material If It Is LIVESTOCK MARKE
poultrymen were complying with the they find the fly pupa in needed.A .
had occasion to manure bore holes in it, and placing emphasis on the
regulations to the best of their ability, Telegraph reporter
lay their As the old.fashioned methods of Since prices have increased the past few
eggs. wasp soil for nematodes
visit farm house another matter this sample
although admittedly handicapped by a on
develops, it sucks the life from sanitation as the best control
environmental agencies removing from week, and noted the prevalence of flies. the developing pupa and for flies, the University of farmers is also Important and gardeners some who months, our selling charges are less on most

the market some of the most effective There was no poultry operation on the destroys it. This wasp' Florida Extension Service can't rotate crops and who
chemicals in the war against flies. premises, but behind one of the barns warfare has been tried In says: "Regardless of plant the same crop on the cattle than most other Markets. Our maximum
accumulation of food Bradford County with some advancements In chemical soil after A
was an scraps, same year year.
:q "We cant use arsenic any more, and where some animal had evidently been degree of success, according control, sanitation Is still the nematode count wIll advise charges of 525, except large Bulls 750
to sanitarian Jack Trawick, best method of controlling
.++ that was one of our best weapons fed; and considerable soft cow manure. This method of control does house flies in and around the should whether be or not applied a nematocide before (Much less than 3% plus Yardage most other

against flies," one spokesman said. "Butis The flies were swarming around this not eliminate the use of home and on the farm. Flies planting or setting

isn't just the poultryman's problem waste as bad as any seen in a poultry insecticides completely, but seeking breeding places transplants. The nematode Markets charge.)
it's everybody's" he added. Among the house.; reduced it considerably, where garbage, animal soil sample should be taken
other sources of flies, generally according to Dr. Shaw droppings or vegetation the same way a regular sOIl CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS
overlooked the unofficial The ordinance passed by the County Grigsby a retired University resIdues accumulate. Locate sample is taken. However, it
by public,
of Florida who is and
clean such
professor, thoroughly is important that the soil Mondays d Wednesdays Tuesdays
than 15 very
garbage dumps along roadsides and Commission more years ago was and of Pest
owner manager places. Bury, spread or Is not allowed to dry or
vacant lots: horses and household pets, not limited to poultrymen, but set forth Management Systems, the somehow dispose of dog cat, become heated between the
including dogs and cats, minimum standards for the control of "wasp factorv" developers. or other animal excrement.Do time it is taken until it is FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday Each Month

flies, maggots, and rodents, and for the. not let garbage analyzed. Heat and dryness
prevention of unsanitary conditions in But a note o'frustration was accumulate in the open, and will kIll the nematodes and
Regardless of advancements in brought into the discussion make sure garbage cans have make then impossible to We Test Cattle Wednesday
feed lots, barns, buildings, or kennels in
here last week when Trawick sound bottoms and tight
chemical control, sanitation is still the detect in the laboratory.
which such animals are bred, raised, observed that with the decline fitting lids" 10:00: a.m No Charge TF
best method of controlling house flies in
housed, either temporarily or of the housefly, the more .
and around the home and on the farm. .," This troublesome "soldier fly" In &her words, don't blame
pf.'rmam'ntly. or intermittently. ,
Flies seek breeding places where would become prevalent."And all the flies on Henny Penny
of course would include the residence, they bite," he added. and Cocky Locky. Fido '60 Years Union Residents
animal Service To Bradford
garbage, dropping, or vegetation Clay
of the of Snowball and Black
garage, or carport owner a dog All of the "fly men" agreed Beauty
residues ac'umulate. Such places should or cat: just as much as the owner of a that the basic problem m fly are flies in the ointment, too.
he located and thoroughly cleaned

Bury, spread or somehow dispose of poultry houst' DeWitt C. Jones

dog cat or other animal excrement, and The next time the flies are swarming FSPTo Add New Products Lines ,

do not leave pet fond standing in open and you feel tempted to call the Health ttIA o Funeral Home

cans or dishes after the animal is Department, take a look around your
through eating. Do not let garbage own premises. Is it free of all the fly- In Expansion inmate Work -

accumulate in the open, and make sure breeding places mentioned above If so
garbage cans have sound bottoms and but only then feel free to file your Plans are being made for at Florida Inmates are not
lids least 10 new product lines to paid for their labors in the 98 %
tight fitting ; complaint.Don't be added to the 20 lines now Industrial and farm Of The People

being manufactured by operations but may receive
Florida inmates according lo time ocr their sentences for Surveyed In A Poll By The

Leave The Job Department Rehabilitation of Secretary Offender work performed. ,Assoc, of Funeral Directors
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Hal/'Done(/ The Inmate work expansion i William S.lIns
is being developed as a result
o of action taken by the x:: Veterans Service Officer Preferred A Service By An

t "...numbf.'rs are meaningless if those Legislature thIs year. Administrator of Veterans
Bradford County now has a total of Authorization and funding are
who are registered do not take the all- to boost the number Affairs Richard L. Roudebush
7.0ti registered voters the first time expected reminds veterans that some of Older Established
next step actual voting on of agriculture and factory .
this figure has soared above the 7.000 them may be making unnecessary
mark election d.1Y, Registration is only a half work assignments for Inmates premium payments
step towards citizenship: voting is the from 1.300 to more than 2,700. on their National Service Life Funeral Home a. a e

Actually, there are some 150 to :200:! final step. New industries planned are Insurance policies.

more who have registered, but did so manufacture of office "All NSLI policies begin-
after the July 2-1 deadline for registering Deadline dates for registration are a furniture, plastic products, ,ning with World War II provide -
to vote in the September primarit's. bit confusing because of a variation in brooms and mops, metal for a waiver of premium They Indicated The Cost For The

Their names are being held "limbo" and! state and federal laws which Secretary signs, corrugated boxes, bar payments If you" become

will be officially added to the books the Smathl'rs tried, without success, to have soap and lumber pressure, and treated central posts food totally. disabled, Roudebushsaid. Service Would Be Less In An
changed, at the last legislative session.
day after the second primary. processing, automobile "A veteran owning this insurance .

The registration books closed; on July rebuilding processing. and A number vegetable of may not be required Older Home .
lo premiums if he or she .eee
The latest statewide voter 21th for the First and Second Primary. existing factories are being becomes pay totally disabled

registration list, compiled in the office of Voters may continue to register during expanded. Farming is being before reaching age 65 and the
Secretary of State Bruce Smathprs, this period, but their names will not be Increased and some disability has existed for at
will also make This Has
institutions Proven
shows a total of 3.860.006 registered placed on the books until after the items now being produced in least "six added.consecutive To Be True In

voters in Florida the highest in the Second Primary, Sept. 21. existing instJtutlOns. months he

statt"s history, and a nine cent But the VA Administrator
increase over the figures compiled per last The books will close again 'on The Florida Legislature pointed out that, under the The Case of Bradford County
Ft'bruary. September 18 for the General Election, also received the law to widen law, waiver of premium pay.
the sales of inmate products to menu for disability is not
under state law, but federal law permits
include all Instate automatic ,
Secretary Smatht'rs describes the persons moving into a community from govenmental units and even "The veteran must apply atDeWitt
3'7OOO increase in the number of out of state to register up until October other state units as potential for the waiver and refunds of

registrants as gratifying, and attributes 2 to vote for President and Vice customers. The revision also premiums already paid after

it to renewed interest and concern over President, after a change in residence calls for establishment of a. the onset of disability are C. Jones
seven-member advisory Prison usually limited to one year
government on the part of citizens Bradford County has traditionally had Industry Commission. prior to the filing of the

p during the Bicentennial year. Also given a good record of voter turnout, usually claim; he explained. Funeral Home

I a share of the credit are many polling 70 per cent or better of its RAJfA You e Roudebush said "total dis.
individuals and groups who have made registered strength, while other ability" for insurance purposes .
, I special efforts to promote voter means that the veteran Keystone Heigh\
sections of the state were polling only 50
i tt'I, Florida's registration, and concerted of drives by per cent or less AU of the effort put into IS because prevented of the from disability.working 964.6200 Phone For Appointment Or Drop By Our Olllee 473.3176
supervisors elections who
/ registration drives becomes an empty For additional Information
gone extra mile to carry gesture unless those who register have and application form vet. RENTAL
registration books to the citizens. enough interest in thier national, state, erans should contact the near
The word rascal originally est VA office or write to the Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches
and local to turn out at the
But in governments
of this
spite good showing, meant a thin deer. hardly VA center which handles their
Secretary Smathers warns that polls on election day. worth huntinll. Insurance.


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Florida's Tourism Industry Florida Retail Sales: Holding Steady At 7th Place In National Surveycategory f I I:

Maintaining MomentumFlorida's A national survey of retail behind California, same spot as in 1974. $12,858 after all taxes were of households with income } I I
sales and household income New York Texas, Illinois The average Florida paid. This was an increase of after taxes of over $10,000 ] .
tourism industry indicate Florida held its own Pennsylvania and Ohio, the household had an income of $550 over 1974. The percentage jumped to 51.5 per cent of the I
continues to be strong, vital majority of the visitors came Georgia, Pennsylvania Ohio last year with Increases in total last year compared with : .1'' 1\
by auto and stayed an and Michigan send the 49.4 cent this .af '
and both columns but to per making ,:-
maintained healthy last and has average of just over 17 nights. greatest number of visitors. write home about in nothing terms of BROODER IN BRIEF much in 1874.>> The U.S. f.":;:}\j&,
year's This is almost two nights more Canada also ranks -- -- household i .
momentum throughout near the advances the Florida by Jeanette Prescott average buying :-!.
than they stayed in 1975. top as a point of origin for Chamber of Commerce income was 14,797 last year. ,i '
first half of 1976, according to Most of Florida's tourists says. Bridal Shower: Phone 485-1715: Personal:
travelers to Florida. had .
Retail sales in Florida Tampa-St. Petersburg 7'the
the Florida Chamber Friends of Darline Jones
of have been here before, and Final figures have not yet Mrs. Reeda Lott and son. largest number of oJ'>
totaled j
27 billion
3 last
Commerce.The a invited to bridal showerin
year are a when school will be
just about all of them told out for
state tourism been released for the second record high for the state but a her honor tonight Labor Linn, of Wiggins Miss. are households in the state, { -.t'
research surveyors they had such a quarter of 1975, but low Day visiting her parents Mr. and 572,300 but the West Palm I ..
office: said there were 15.2 good time they plan to return. preliminary data indicates percentage increase of (Thursday, Sept 2)) at 7:30pm. School insurance premiumsmust Mrs. George Lovelace, and Beach-Boca Raton households '' +
million tourists in only 2.8 per cent as comparedto at the Brooker '
Florida be paid by next
The things tourists like most expenditures are running other relatives in Brooker this had the highest average
during the first six months of about Florida are the beaches, about 25 per cent higher than the previous year. Community Center. Sept. 6. Checks should be week. income-$15,482.
this year, 10.5 per cent more attractions and the rest and the $5.8 billion reported spent Naturally, a survey by Sales made payable to StandardLife buying The Miami metropolitan .
than were reported for the relaxation they find here. Management magazine New Arrival: & Casuality InsuranceCo. News
visitors in
1975. Lawtey cent of
made 18
ranked Florida area up per
seventh in this
same period last year. The The states of New York Rev. and Mrs. Terry Regular school coverage Florida's total retail sales
Cranford announce the birthof costs $3 24.hour
; coverage -
a daughter Karen Ann, costs $18. St. John Missionary Baptist with 5 billion retail sales in -, a
Fuqua Urges Students To RequestTOMATOES Church, Lawtey. Rev. Willie 1974. Of the 300 metropolitan .
born Monday, Aug. 23, In The school asks all parentsto 1
Mountain Grown Huffman, pastor. Church market areas surveyed
AlachUa General Hospital take an active part in the ,
Applications For Academies Gainesville. Karen Ann education of their children. school 10 a.m. each Sunday, nation, the Miami area ranks 9

39'Lb. weighed seven pounds two Parents are invited to phonethe with Supt. Chris Hamilton in 20th.Florida's f
,A Congressman Don Fuqua is young persons interested in at birth.Maternal school charge. Church service is at 11 metropolitan area j I
ounces at 485.1812 for
urging young men and women attending West Point a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and retail sales in 1975 in order \
grandparents are assistance.
1 beginning their senior year in Annapolis or the Air Force Mrs. Doris Kelley and C. B. fourth Sundays. Prayer bandat were: Miami $5 billion; 11
+!e LETTUCE high school who are interested Academy,"' he said. of Brooker. Paternal 12 noon Mondays. Bible Tampa-St. Petersburg $4.3 I
in attending one of the nation's In addition. Fuqua pointed Kelley Mr. and Class and Prayer Meeting billion; Ft. Lauderdale- :
I three service academies to out, for the first time in the Mrs.grandparents William are Cranford of Birthdays: Wednesday at 5:30: p.m. Choir Hollywoood, $3.1 billion; :. {
39" contact his office for anapplication. history of the academies Branford. Johnny Prescott, age 5, rehearsal at 6 p.m. Thursday (IJacksonvllle, 12.1 billion; ,
Head Congress last year allowed the Sept. 7; Christopher Thornton, There will be a business Orlando 12.1 billion; West :

appointment of young women School News age 5, Sept. 12; Rhonda meeting Friday, September 10 Palm Beach-Boca Raton $1.7 ,'
"These appointments are as well as men..He notes that Whitman, 10,Sept. 15; Tootsie at 8 p.m. All members are billion; LakelandWinterPark$979million .
RegularPOTATOES School began Monday Aug.
made in and it is
January two female applicants were Pensacola d r
asked to be ,
"" i' 30, with 150 students enrolledat Tucker 10, Sept. 17; Russell present.Men's ;
1t /. \ important with school starting alone from his district Brooker Elementary. First Thornton 11, age 4, Sept. 26; Day will be the fourth $885 million; Daytona Beach .,f
next week that have
'Ikw, t we plenty holiday for students will be and Billy Hodge, age 2, Sept Sunday in September. Deacon $772 million; Melbourne- ,
1 4 1 of time to give each applicant "I am proud that young this 6, 27. Gary Hampton, chairman Titusville-Cocoa, $734 million; ,
Monday, Sept.
.., ...:, an op? rtunity:.to submit their women are now afforded this coming Visitors are always welcome. Sarasota, $609 million ''I.
10Lb. 79' '5" r qualifications.; Fuqua said. honor and I think the fact that
>j.U these two young ladies were I
.;i ., "It certainly is an admitted attests to the fact BRADFORD-UNION AREA VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER
Farm Fresh Purple Tip outstanding opportunity for that their application areCROWDER PART-TIME EVENING PROGRAMS J

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Williams Underhill Have Some Common GroundIn Citrus Acreage

the race for the District 5 enrollment caps, funding for all he "sees no need" for philosophy" concerning they must be willing to pay for Underhill: "I favor It, It
State Representative seat, education inheritance taxes, prison reform. Underhill said offender rehabilitation. them. Williams, who has a keeps a watch on men who use SlowerFlorida
incumbent Frank Williamsand and financial disclosure. the Department of Offender Question: Do you favor son entering kindergarten this the office for gain." Underhill
challenger Charles"Red" Question: Do you favor any Rehabilitation Is "doing a enrollment caps In the state year said, "I am opposed to said financial disclosures
Underhill find common type of prison reform at the good job all over the state." university system? the thought that governmentis would"definitely" keep some commercial citrus
ground in fiscal conservitismand state level? If so what type? Underhill: "Yes, you can going to take care of people from seeking office. i 1 acreage declined again last
financial disclosure,while Underhill: The 37 yr old Williams: The Incumbent accomodate (only the (people)from the womb to the 'The average working man' year, though at a slower rate.
disagreeing in other areas of challenger from Lake A..>ury District 25 state amount) that the facilities can tomb." feel embarrased The Florida Chamber of
concern. said, "There are so many representative is a former handle. We can't go beyond Question: Do you favor his might financial about (r Commerce said there was
status,and it will
The two candidates stated ways you could go, such as corrections officer and has what they can handle, annual full financial 851,618 acres of commercialcitrus
their thoughts in responding to improved dental and medicalcare. served on the prison sub-- otherwise you would be disclosure? Do you feel it is from keep the bum, crook, thief In the state as of
six questions in a candidate ." Underhill is a staunch committee in the Florida creating a problem." keeping some people from running because he 1976,according to the
House. "I feel favor seeking office?' wouldn't want people to know biennia citrus tree census, a
survey prepared by the believer in capital punishment"if the number one Williams: "I don't where he his
Telegraph touching on prison there is no shadow of a purpose of prisons is enrollment caps, anyone who from." gets money 1.5 per cent decrease from
reform, state university doubt of guilt," and said over punishment. Rehabilitation is is qualified should be allowedto Reunion PlannedThe Williams 864,098 acres reported in the
secondary, you have to want attend," Williams statedQuestion : Not only docs 1971-73 survey, and
I help to need it. The certaintyof : Would you 1970 graduating class of Williams favor full financial Pvt.Dw.1Ieti..n substantially less than the
punishment(for a crime) is support passage of a state lawgiving Bradford High School will income disclosure: tax, but he files his Completed Basic 63,452 acres lost in the 1969-71
returns for
.5'A9 cLot" public
Bculinf the biggest deterrent." an inheritance tax hold a meeting to discuss Inspection. survey.
Although he feels
Williams opposes allowing to the individual plans for a class reunion to be "honesty cannot be Pvt. Dwayne E. Gann son The loss In the total tree
convicts to attend classes farmer? of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gannof
on held Friday, Novemeber 28. "
last two
: 'Dog 'Grooming & state university campuses, Underhill: "Yes, I'm all for The meeting will be held supported legislated, he has financial always Starke, is now completinghis numbers wasn't over as the great as the
and has out taxing the corporations, but basic at Fort years
spoken against the training
'Bof, Jiing' Thursday, September 9 at 8 disclosure. "I'll do anything I reduction in acreage because
employment of ex-convicts: in give a tax break to the at the Old R.J.E. Knox, Kentucky.
p.m. High to have more trees
can restore the now
Air' Breeds;' the Department of Offender individual farmer. The level Cafeteria. For more In government.people'sconfidence He will graduate: October 29. groves and new trees are
Rehabilitation (DOR). (before the inheritance tax information call promptly
Daisy Williams said Full financial set to replace old or
404 W. Williams maintains that he applies) should be raised to Coleman at 964-7995 or Linda disclosure
Madison St. Starke would not keep dead ones.
has include the farmer.
no personel quarrel with average at 964-8156
Hampton after Sp.m.
Closed Sun. & Mon DOR secretary Louie Williams: "I would support persons from seeking office. The net acreage or orange
Can For
Appointment Next To Wainwright, but the two any tax break in that area..Iam Plain Speaking growing groves in the state is
Piggy WIggly
964-5221 ( have a "difference ,., opposed to the inheritancetax I. I now 628,176, a 2.2 per cent
,period. I think it is wrong Baloney: something that is drop from the 642,431 acres

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------ pay a tax on the property he thought. acreage is up 5.7 per cent to
... ..... ... I own." Special total 137,760 acres. This
Question: Do you consider Tomorrow the greatest labor- continues the steady upward
Some ::1Jt/1 .t. Ipoallergnic yourself a fiscal conservative saving device ever invented. trend of grapefruit acreage
J 1 liberal? since the first survey in 1965.
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Sets Earrings Underhill: The challenger \\\t'S STYl
Diamond considers himself a fiscal
WOODBURN'S I conservative, and said, "If YO .r Prevent Aphids Camellia
/ 0 tt Studs you can get the same quality 3 Ml. S. On 301 For Protection t & Beauty scale' Red spiders Scale
Whitesect Flies and other In.
20 /0 for a lower price, go with the
Gem Jewelry I lower price. I am totally 964-6200 pests from winteringover
against wasteful spending, Idon't SPRAY by having us spray
I Cathy Taylor Bonnie E. Murray Loretta Ross now.
964-5211 109 E. Call St. StarkeIs think we should go over
the budget. That is a quick Operator
way to ask for new taxes." (My.)_Operator SHRUBBERY nd have us sche
Having A Pre-Christmas Williams: Williams r spraying..It
must be done well ahead of
considers himself fiscal
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conservative, and said he frost.JIMMY
favors the constitutional
SAL D prohibition against deficit $1000 Includes Haircut FREE
I state spending. "The more IORIDA
money government gets, the '
more money government Menge" Hair Cuts No
Due To The Decrease Of Cold wants"and it will spend every APpointment Inspection OMTROI
dollar Williams said. Womeflg
Gents & Ladies One Special Question: Do you feel thereis Sw\es\ $3 & EstimatesCall
All MidoWatches a need for more state Half\ Necessary
BirthstoneRings I Group 14 Kt. funding for education? 964-5745 812.55;
Underhill: am totally
Gold Earrings against increasing property
taxes for homeowner and

20% Off 50% Off 1/2 Price going increased businessmen..but to have funding to we have are for -. .

teachers to live with
inflation."Other avenues may Effect\
be taken to reap the tax whereit
FREE EAR PIERCING WITHThe would not affect the
homeowner or small
Purchase Of Our landowner," Underhill said,
indicating liquor or cigarette

Earring Studs At Our Special Price taxes Williams as possible: "Education sources. Is '

adequately funded at the :
$ 895f'ii1IZ1ThWIk present time," Williams said, ALVAREZPROPERTY ;
adding that school funding for
Bradford County has J
increased each year he has

Buy Now For continued served in the saying legislature., "But then He, '

what is enough funding? APPRAISER .
Everyone has a different idea .....
I of what is adequate, there will

; never provide be what enough everyone money wants.If to. There Is H Substitute For

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1403 N.Temple (Hwy 301)) Does That Concern You ? It Should I It Happened In 1 1973 When $37,500 Of

Starke Your Tax Money Was spent To Have Your Property Evaluated By

( '. Appraisers From Outside Bradford County.
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Here's What Happened During H Meeting Of The
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. Board Of County Commissioners On

August 2D.1973:

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Tax Assessor. Gene long presented Mr. Singer with the Hunnicut Corp. Mr. Singer

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presented a contract for the board to consider. After much discussion the board approvedthe

Some Fun And Games Saturday Afternoon contract in the amount of S37.500.00. with the approval of the County Attorney.

Roberts, moved, Allen seconded and. unamiously passed the board accepted the contractif
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G\, be o' WelSPon Iet1 ) wag for reappraising the countvr The changes that were made was that the appraisal

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would send their people down to testify In behalf of the County. ..
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