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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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V. Register, vacated the grand jury' ''4:
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Rep.Frank Williams (top speaks to the crowd from the photo) exchange. political philosophic during the Lawtey temporary restraining order Issued.
Lawtcy old strawberry wharf. On the left but not left out rally, July 10 Judge Yawn cites legal precedents
of the campaigning! six year old Brooke River, the first On the right, making good use of campaign fund, .: in similar cases: from other
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I grade daughter of District ZJ challenger Tom Riven. school board candidate Jim Lawson carries,his mobile ,u' states over control of courthouse t 1rt
County commission candidate Paul Meng with his sign from rally to rally ]I space, though none from Florida. instating
back to the camera,, and Mark, Adkins (In the center i L his case for judicial control of Jw
the courthouse for operation of the

State House Race Heats Up I K, f.courts.f Judge. Yawn refutes the county's
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K Usurpation of second floor, space 4r
:A originally set aside for the judiciary

Before Big Crowd at Lawtey ,; would the judge impair claims.operation of the, court

I In the Tuesday move Register
< moved Into Investigator Wiley Clark'
Charges by Tom Rivers of Clay through by subterfuge, presenting It race challenger Steve Caitlin accused ;office desk to desk with assistant
County that incumbent State Representative to them as a harmless measure the commission of a "cheap political state attorney Tom Elwell. The small
Frank Williams of District correcting a mistake in a'previous ploy" by planning' a large carryoverof ,: reception area Is used by two secre- e'
25 "Is rapidly l losing his credibilitywith annexation act switching several, funds to keep from raising millagein .:'Uries. The upstairs office Is about 400
the people" were the nearest acres between Hwy: 17 and the Buck- an election Vear. feet. _
approach to fireworks at Lawtey's man Bridge from Duval to Clay. Incumbent E.W. 'Hodges said he 'square',Clark moved downstairs in the
Friday political rally which attractedthe Williams defended his action stands for better government, l lower .."A courthouse to the copying room be-
largest crowd of the current campaign Friday-night by claiming the TU news taxes and home rule and Is working I*\lagers the clerk's office and, the 4! coffee ?+KJockeying
KBradfof: .,County ';:'''"'1'1 r.. tribute JW> Ihe.Jtlnd.ofr'epresentationy0tt .,toward a better,soiuUar' (odrainageand Iitfbinp! .Z? M l .- _. '
-'"' '''':';'' Rtv.w':'F'-.'I Clry'L'tltiitly+ieiroTn- .- 'have- III Tallahassee 'i i. road'fI'Oblem.*Jrr shot county j 4" +-Commenting:on the moveiwelf;
.. ," said "The Duval dole- Paul! Meng, .another District,..*. said it was unfortunate: the situation '
instructor,making his second attempt ,lie the desk oat the dooi,a'" assistant state auorn., Len Register
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to unseat third-termer Frank -- had gotten to this posture and the next and Tom Elwell back to camera Investigator Wiley Clark chicks the squeeze
Williams of Crystal Lake lead froma move would Elwell to the county through the door.
Sept. t front page story In the Final Rally Set Saturday in Starke commission. said his office
Florida Times-Union quoting a would continue to give the county the Yawn cited a, long history of administrative -
I member of the Duval County legislative Candidates will have their last chance to mount the soap box at the final pre- same good service, blat the split offices agency encroachmentInto
delegation as branding Williams primary political rally Saturday night, Sept. 9. make it more difficult. facilities for court related pur
"an unmitigated liar." Scene of the grand finale will be the BUS football stadium in Starke. with The commission is scheduled t to discuss poses and added that It is time fnr the
speaking set to start at 7 p.m. Hamburgers and drinks will be sold by the Civi- the Issue at 10:30a.m. during the court tosav a firm "NO." He said the
The rough language arose from a tan Club starting at 8.gation regular session Monday, Sept. 11. changed! the commissioners planned
raging controversy over 194 acres of State attorney representatives and would Impair court functions.
ex-Duval County land, lying just south .. public defender Alan Parlaplano are Continued acquiescence in such
of 1295. between SR-21 and U.S. 17, Is so busy trying to steal their expected to attend. encroachments: would amount to a
which Williams had annexed to Clay way Into Clay County (via JEA's Courthouse rumor were surrender by the Court to the other
County by special legislative act at proposed coal-fired power plant) they tl' !e (rk unconfirmed as to the hiring of a .. two branches: of those powers vested
the instigation of the Clay County didn't notice what was) in the bill./' constitutional oriented attorney to by the Constitution In the Judicial
Chamber of Commerce. Williams declared he presented the work with county attorney Dudley branch us one of three equal,separateand
I Several member of the Duval delegation Duval delegation with an aerial map Hardy on the Issue.If coordinate branches of government -
said Williams got the bill of the disputed territory, which the county appeals the permanent The concept of separation of the
plainly showed the area proposed for Injunction It must pay both sides. of e powers of government In which our
S-v. 2 annexation. Pursuing the Issue the litigation. .. Constitution is rooted would be
Rivers asked the crowd "How can "The county commissioners are not J. demolished and constitutional
this area develop any political clout In concerned about the taxpayer's ,._\t>. government as we know It would be no
the legislature with that kind of representation dollars, they are only concerned about more.
?" He said Williams was an personal political expendiency. If ) ., "Obviously then if the Board. In the .
Orange Park businessman who spent .. they were concerned: about the taxpayers exercise of its legislative{ executive
t"eves s'Jl M more time in the Clay County metro '. .., '1'..... dollar they wouldn't have ;. ; 'i '.' powers can unilaterally' appropriate
polis "than* he does In his home given space rent free to the Parole "+. hearing rooms grand jury room.
county and Probation office for 10 years" .,: '. deposition rooms etc. and assign
School board candidate Vernon Olin
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said Register. bother judicial then it
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chat with the "
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and challenge with hands still voter Whitworth contacted at his office in ...",' necessarily follows that It can just as
Lawtey rally.candidate
sticky from eating plates of juicy Gainesville Wednesday said In dis- well evict the Court from Its courtroom .
; : Thursday. Sept.7 chicken barbecue. stuck to his antizoning cussing the situation with clerk Gib Assistant stile attorney Len and chamber and assign the
Williams continued his outspoken board stand and too much federal Brown he compared the Issue to the Register worked up a sweat moving a space to others and thereby preventthe
Strawberry Swingers ,opposition to any gun control legislation government control locally. popular record of the coon up the tree desk and all accompanying furniture courts from operating altogether
Square Dance and said he was glad the Depart- District 2 county commission candidate ''one of us has got to have relief." from the second floor grand Jury room Such II prospect Is indeed frightening
Open House-7,30 p.m. ment of Corrections director Louie Jesse Wolbert said he would Whitworth, who will be at the ,to the copying room on the first floor contemplate Control of the judicial
National Guard Armory Wainwright was. present to hear "fight to the death"any annexation of commission meeting Sept. 11, said he branch by such an expedient was not
him (Williams) denounce the policy of Bradford County by Clay County. He hoped some resolution would be madeat served as Bradford County Judge for intended by the Constitution and will
softness on prisoners and pro added the municipalities are gettingthe that time or his, office would be ,20 years, outlined the Court', not be suffered' the order continued
Saturday, Sept.1 i' claimed "I'm not going to vote short end of the stick by not forced to bring suit against the county authority in refusing to allow the Yawn also mentioned space couldbe
another dollar for the prison system, getting what they are paying for in to get the space the county Is obi county commission to reallocate made available to the state
POLITICAL RALLY k v' '. while there are so many other unfulfilled county taxes. gated to provide. office,space designed (for: court use attorney and or public defender by
7p.m., ." needs"Candidates Mark Adklns sanother District 2 : Bradford County Attorney Dudley
""r' converting into office a storage
** ,' .. 'I 1 mingled with other candidate said he has the ability and .1 Hardy requested Yawn to lift the order "Although the care for the courthouse northwest space corner of the
.. BHS Stadium'Monday citizens before the rally munching on knowledge to run an efficient county and requested a fact.finding hearing ,as a building II generally a room. on floor of the courthouse
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bar b-cue chicken sponsored by the government, adding that he does not If he did not. The permanent order function of the appropriate administrative on the second
Sep*. 11 .. ',..', Lawtey Volunteer fire pepartmentand like,waste and,would hold the line on state;"There Is no issue of fact to be authority.the use of the reassigningthe floor now being space used rent free by the
? prepared by Inmates from courthouse or Courtroom for the
t- spending determined and no fact finding per- Office,
County Commission Lawtey Correctional Institution. The District 2 candidate E.L. "Nook" hearing Is necessary to a final determination formance of ,judicial functions Is? Parole and Probation In the old courthouse.provlding'lpace ,.
served 300 and along with within! the control of the ,
':30 a.m. supper a Norman promised to evaluate each of the matter, generally
Budget Hearing cake auction helped boost the fire (See Page SA> ..In the, 14-page order Yawn, who court," Judge Yawn quotes.In See Page SA)
l 1i39p.m.Brooker department's building fund. ;1
One of the cakes brought comments

7:30 Council from Rivers who both bid River$50 for and a six-layer Williams.chocolate Million School
p.m. I
cake said his campaign 7.75 Budget AdoptedAfter

; Tuesday, Sept.12 ,, w supporters were going to freeze the ,
\ ,. cake for a victory party. Williams not
First to be outdone, said he would buy back two hours of discussion last Service budget Ind$363,4a51n Special unspent Capital Outlay Bond Issue capital outlay $74.879 In other
I Primary" 'd' the cake after the election for $100 and Thursday night the Bradford school Revenue Funds which I Is spent on funds. Expenditure of these funds will expenses, $41.61! for replacement of
j, ,Polls vonr4a7 Open give ,it to the people of Lawtey board unanimously"approved a $7.73 instructional support services paid for be build after an expected equipment and library books Includes
looks The budget only
from the old strawberry1wharf million budget for fiscal 1978-79 with vocational education funds October survey team operating
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a.m'-,7 p- local school building needs and $119713 in reserve for emergencies
I ? Jimmy Crosby represented virtually as presented by Business <(<$9,049), Comprehensive Employ- over
: BUARC' Kenneth "Buddy" MacKay Crosby Manager Eddie Douglas. ment Training Act (CETA) <(<$28,393)and >> ranks them according to priority. far less than the five percent< usually
the Elementary and Secondary Building projects listed In the recommended for reserve by the
MembershlpMeeting7r3op.m. said MacKay is one of several legislators Douglas requested a new secretary .
who have been marked for the In his office but presented the final Education Act $313,136). All the budget include $248,715 at Bradford state.In school
t. Special Revenue Funds budget is High School, Including $183.000 for 78-79 the board despite thelarge
Sunshine Acres i iWednesday political graveyard by the insurance budget minus that position, telling the
numbers the
: budget
federal funds. renovation of the BHS cafeteria figures
plus
Industries. Crosby said MacKay' board he had assumed It would delete
Wilson of Alachua Is the new Job,which the board did. The $69,694 in various building projects at will! not have much loose money on
Sept.11. r opponent. Cap 2) $711.3381a Debt Service funds \to. schools. land A slight unplanned expenditure, a
other
of trial addition the board allowed
being supported by group only was make both Interest and principal payments such as $40000_ or $90.000 if all
Hampton Council lawyers. "We don't need to sell one of four new supplement,for a fourth JV than $5 million By far the largest portion "of the, teachers the teacher
retirement
on more on
,-" ,, 7:10 p.m..5ceww.r ..";f our seats to a bunch of West Palm coach an athletic trainer. chorus and ,indebtedness the school system ha* school budget budget.ill.By the far$5.5 the millionoperating largest"' system .decide to switch over to the 1
,. Beach trial lawyer They want yearbook sponsor, at BUS. totalling
II "" '. Incurred since 1966 ,In its bulldln"prop' Florida Retirement System: would ;
,\ something back" Crosby said. $ .750 U all the, new position are portion, of the operating budget, Is the
m place a strain on reserve funds.
rri1 consumed .alarles
filled. by the,400-odd
Wilson countered before the crowd "
"I have never been bought off by The huge $7.749328 spending! bill S> $$734,832 in a Capital Projects school employee which. total Local property faxes paid Into the
m t (flomntunfly anyone and never will be. He addedhe includes a 5498.304 General Fund or Budget,*including a $44U72 unspent 3830933. In addition the operating school system amount to$893,858.Just
&tulr.' ink would deal with local problems on operating budget plus three other balance. The total includes 148.538 In budget is consumed by $649,350 in U 'percent of the total $7.79 county
',' ,. ?, the local level and said he would be sub-budget which include: Capital ,Outlay and Debt Service. employee benefits, $493.189 in school budget. The other 88 percent of
.; A *.NI.New i_..W. available to everyone by telephone.In 1)) $809.353 In Special Revenue Funds'$463.354 In Public Education purchased services, $276.342 In the budget comes' from state and
j "Wesel,/1 Dep.r1MMNeyI ",Nw.elwe sera.i the District 4 county commission Funds which include a $441,927 Food Bond Amendment funds and $222,940 materials, ,and supplies, $24.079 In federal fund*. 1

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. 300 Attend Bar-B-O for Jim Williams America Eats Mare.


Finger-Iicking good barbecue and endorsed this week- by the Tel.* 'The length of time! It took to choose Pays Less..
chicken, a packed house, and a good graph. the best qualified running mate may
look at one of the candidate for William gave a brief talk at the have given me a late start, the campaign rro Rotar.Told
Florida's governorship (for Starke dinner emphasizing! his strong but I know that having Betty as r i i x .
voter* combined to make the Jim commitment against casino gamblingand Lieutenant Governor will be worth +
Williams free' barbecue dinner a the high qualifications of his .It." William slid / a ..r..: 'r ,; :.ll '''h1''}, Food In America I i. tlll a good
success at the Starke Country club y 1 inflated ." Bob
running mate for Lieutenant di huin spite of price
last Thursday. Governor. Sen. Betty Castor William/;' stressed that he was"unalterably \llen u ith the Stale Farmer Markers
About 300 people, supporter and opposed" to casino item! told members of the Starke
undecided alike; took advantage of gambling :JAne late. already ha Rotary Club Ian week
the opportunity to meet and talk with gambling Tn a'big: way.. over 183 \ilen stressed the fact, that
the 52-year-old Democratic: hopeful, Lawtey to Enforce million,worth from norse racing, dog Americans are the only people [In the
currently Lt. Governor of the state racing, and Jat-alal." The Lt. Gov. world who can still get all the food
also slated. that Nevada has the : the want when lhe want it-freth.
AlehoholOrdlnanee highest murder suicide and bankruptcy frozen or canned. "\o other nation on
1 rate per |00 people than any earth has the quality and variety of
FLORIDA other state.Pointing. ., l'u food that we enjo\: Allen declared.The .
Lawtey marshall! M.M. Jordan out that the state's. population speaker said that the cost of
THEATRECall announced a crackdown on open containers will,Increase by five minion by food in America U till below :::S per
of alcohol on the town's the year 2000.,William* said that more u cent of family, income I tower than any,
Walnut streets at the meeting of the council energy sources,i must be developedand other country., The plentiful supply I of
Starke Tuesday night utilized,in addition to diversify food available here 1* lllu\ .trated by
964.5451Open ing the state's economy so a* to provide the! fact that the average "I'.S. family,
3 Days Only Jordan warned city ordinance 47, more Jobal'!'. consume three ton of food annuallt,
prohibiting drinking alcoholic beverages Urging the dinner guests to spread Allen stressed the fact that small
Fri Sat Sun on sidewalks streets and alleys, the word about him.Y'itltamsmingled full house 'Ilitent tlentltely a. Jim \MlllUm confront tome late and Inefficient farmer are being!
would be strictly enforced. with the people until his busy schedule problem and gives his an..ur.1n a IS-nninute talk after dinner Thursday night forced out of the food-raiaing industry!
Burt Reynolds In forced him to leave! at about 8-15.: al the t'.nlry'dub.. and are being supplanted by the large
scale producer who have the benetitof

"The End"Rated ELECT r. I r i farming modern method machinery, "Before and World up-to-d.iie War
l II it took tI8 minute to produce a
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y lake only four minutes." He aid that
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Ted one farmer.using modern technique,
301 DRIVE-IN : I I. Ar can produce food for SB people.
Mien aid that processing and fancy
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Open 4 Days Only wide price spread between what the
farmer I 111 paid for his produce and the
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Sun. Mon. Graduate Of University Of Florfda'Wifh' A ,. Square DancersA

Masters Degree .Illa( ,. ,hst.> 4 I ,. new session of square dance
lessons for beginners will be kicked
CONVENTIONGIRLS .Vocational Education Director Of BradfordUnionArea .110//' >j ? ":1I J, off tonight I Thursda, Sept. 71 1' at ;'30
Vo-Tech Center For 12 Years .'. ,. \ National an open house in the new
Guard armory on Edwards
EXPERIENCED IN MANAGING & BUDGETS
KNOW EVERY TRICK IN Road In Starke.

THE BOOK. Member Of Bradford County Manpower Advisory Gubernatorial candidate Jim Williams,recently endorsed by the Telegraph invited.\nbodho to the open wishes house sponsored to attend b I is>'
gel down to brat tack while dlicunlng Inuet with supporters at the local
Board For Six Years barbecue the Strawberry Swingers the l
dlnnerThursday nlhlallhe Starke
Country Club. square dance club C.uests will be
Bradford County School System 20 Years invited b\Caller Gil Crosby' to try out
square dancing with members of the
Former Businessman Strawberry ,
Caller Gil Crony will also explain
Veteran World War II :: Keep Frank Williams how square dance lesson are
1m operated,and what square dancing is.
Vote For And Elect Refreshments will be served.
PLUS Working For You '
Ted Oglesby Sept.12Pd .ice Till: KK 1nl alts
"High School Ask Frank Williams I 01':TKIK.K\ril: :
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Girls"I How He Saved The ul 1 1:1\: : V\.full I!street
I Pol. Ad Paid for By The Ted Ogi..by Campaign' fund, !M ai'ke. Florida. :ljiit l

Tax'Payers Of District 25 Over Second l'luss pitlaK paid
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Rare Blossoming When this Centery plant begin to bloom less but not s* rarely M Mice
Rep. Frank Williams Tops 'L bloom at Stanford's Standard ServiceStation In a hundred yesri.The .
< : \'' '. on US-MI smith ., Walnut American C.ntury plant has
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Campaign ContributionsRep. !; I : 1 ':,'a ." about a foot a week BId Shu...... at la an open cluster the upper
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i.. .a a" bottom of photo Is over six feet tall. portion of the stalk. Leaves die after
\ ,. the plant has Moaned
01'1'' .A blooming Century Is a rare sight The people of Mexico use sap of
Frank Williams District 25 Gay, $500; Christine McReynolds, -E.L. Norman: $1.000. r/I!!' locally But contrary to what many certain Agave to make beveragessuch
House seat candidate tapS the list of $100; Mrs W.J. Grollch. $100; Mark Adfcins: $700. think, a Century plant does bloom as Pulque and Mescal. The long
most campaign contribution re Paschelt Carr, $100; Mrs. E.R. Fox, -J.J. Wolbert: $450; ,Jean Harris, oftener than every lee years. fibers of Agave may be formed Into
ceived through the Sept.S filing date. $100: Bruce McRae. $100; J.D. $100; Betty Young, $50; Tom I 1l I II World Book Encyclopedia says the thread, cord and rope. The green
Filed with the Supervisor of Elec Henderson, Jr. $50; Thomas Hazel Pe'rryman$30;Vernle,iOdum$100. Century Plant or Agave Is the name of leaves are used a* fodder.
tion office In the courthouse .MO; Rogers B ilolmee. $100; William \' a group of desert plants belonging (. Shuford's plant Is about IS years
campaign contributions and expenditure G.Cooper$5O; Harry Shcrtateln,$50; School Board CandldataefLeroy the Agave Family. The name came old. Shuford raises cacti ns a hobby
are public record. Charles W Johnson, Jr., $200; ByonM. Davis, Leon Thomas, $90; from a mistaken Idea that the rlrst. he Just did It for fun. but found
Elections supervisor Mrs. Neva Morris, $50; Joseph Luten, $100; Halle Funeral Home, $50. American plant blooms only once In out people stopping the station will
Flynn said all candidates for both J.B. Chesslngton $200; G.It, Starnes Arthur G.skln.$6OOi 100 years. Some kinds of Century pay for them Now It's a paying
state and local positions' have filed $100; Lucille Starnes $100; Pau'Steinmetz -Jim Lawson, 1000. plant flower every year. Other kinds hobby.IT'S .
campaign reports on time and have $100; Natalie Steinmetz, -Vernon Olin, $800. s-------- .... .....
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all been very cooperative $100; Hill, Brannon, $200; Walter -Ronnie Thomas, '$970; Woodrow -
The last filing\ date before the Johnson. $50 W.H. Bartlett. $200; Thomas, 100.
primary Tuesday, Sept. 12, was Sept. John Daniel, $200; James Wiley. $100.
J,one day later than required because Losing candidates must within 90 TIME
of the Labor Day Holiday. County Commission candidates: days after the election dispose of left
Listed are contributions $30 and -Steve Cardin $400; E.M. Nichols, over funds by returning them pro-rata
aboveFrank $100; Douglas Cardin, $100; Beverly to contributors or .to the general
Williams' contributions to Wood, $100; C.W. Farms, $300; revenue fund of the slate or political
own campaign, $845; Edna Griffith, George W. Cardin ST., $2,000; F.G. subdivision of the candidate.
$50; Hudson Pulp & Paper Corp., Mueller, $100; Doyal Thomas $50; Winning candidates after all
$100; Walter Hoffman, $50; E.W. Tom Jackson,$50; Bill Finucan,$100; obligations are met can retain $1.500 **
Allen, $100; John Bex. Regional Plastic Tubing, Inc., $50. for office expenses,but all other funds ,
Director Defense Civil Preparedness -E.W. Hodges: 1000. have to be returned pro-rata or give ,
Agency, $100 i. Charlotte & S.A. -Paul Meng: $700; Jean the left over money to the state's I i OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Wright, $100; )Family Lines System Edward Mllllnan. $50. general fund. It I iI ILL KINDS issowi*. ,
Political Action Committee, $100; IIIOSIC
Beer Distributors Committee for uses aeuCrao, jftC
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Good Government, $500;' Florida Voters' Head For Polls TuesdayGood RECORDS A TAPES
Mobile Home & Manufactured (AAO.0?,(M1 cOd s .MCIUM 4e4
Housing. $150; Wine Industry for
Good Government, $150; Claude D. weather next Tuesday, Sept. S' Bradford Public: Library School Student Band Rental
Kelly,$200; Florida Wholesale Spirits 12,will Increase the number of voters 6 Bayless Highway Baptist Pirpgrqm
Continuous Existence. $500; Florida going to the polls to cast a ballot for :Church. ,
Osteopathic Medical' Association, the candidate of their choice. Monthly Mint I l urcheu* !
$100; Jerome Johns $250; Marlon Past experience has shown Brad- 7 329 N. Church Street (next. to I Ylii3fc'.sr''M:: ** A Up ...
Parker It Associates $100; Punta ford County can turn out a possible 70 Health Clinic). "
Gorda Isles.Inc.,$100; Florida Action percent of the 7,041 registered voters' 8-Old Armory N. Temple Avenue. OMEINMD
Committee for Rural Electrification U the weather is fair, placing the 9 Southslde Elementary School SEE OUR NEW CONN ORGANS
$250; Independent( Life & Accident county among the high percentage of Cafeteria.
Insurance Co., $250; Florida Business voting units in the state. -... .
Forms,$350; Wlnn Dixie,$300; North-- 10 Theressa Community Center, i MAC'S MUSIC SHOP
east Florida Builders Association Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn Theressa.

Political Committee, $400. ; Agrl- reported 6,549 Democrats, 383 11 .Hampton City Hall. LCalLlrl:( !r.:t. trL'lKtLlT!' 1 964-7391 eI1LL'L'ltLL IrtrllVl'L.YJ : .
Business Forms, $200. Republicans,and 110 with other party 12 Chamber of Commerce
-District 25 candidate Tom Rivers: affiliations registered by the August Building -- -
own campaign $550; Thomas J. 12 deadline. Of the qualified electors . .1..1. .

Rivers, $1,000; Mildred Rivers Political$281; In the county, 5,899 are white; and 13 Terwlllegar Motors Co., r-- .1
Florida Profession
Teaching 1,142 are black. Madison Street. *
Action Committee, $1,000 E. Vaughn
; 14 New Edwards Road BALDWIN
Armory
Rivers,$600; Clay County Education Precinct 10, including the lake area 15 Brooker Community House, J:
Association $75; Mrs. Terry White, south of Theressa. now leads In Brooker. -

$100. number with 694 registered voters. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7pm. I
-District 25 Republican candidate Precinct 6, with Bayless Highway .
Howard Dunn: CapL C.P. Caviness Baptist Church as its new polling '
$50; Martha Colter, $250; Carol, place. Is the county's smallest I I
Richardson, $100; Charles E. number 260.Precinct Band Boosters CHEVROLET I
Conturba $50; James Bell, $200; locations for the Tuesday ". ,
William' Mills. $100; William R. Sept. 12, primary are:
Parker, $50; Gay Livingston $50; I Lawtey Volunteer Fire Depart- Forming at.BMS
J.W. Wallace, $50; C.M. Head, $50; ment. :
Harold Ashley $50. W.H. Redfearn 2 Lawtey Volunteer Fire Depart- Anyone Interested In becoming a
$50; Dr. Richard Odom, $50; William ment. Bradford Middle School Band j OLDS
German, $100; Mrs. Roy Bridges, 3 Bradford County Fair Building. Booster please meet Thursday. Sept. I
."$100; B.W. ",ralg. $100;.David Cook, .4.Bradford Volunteer Fire Depart 14,at 7:30: p.m. In the Bradford Middle
William H. Wahl. $50 W.W. :
$200; ; ment. School cafeteria. .
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!; nhrnt Frank Williams seeking Rivers has been an active member ment has stated as a policeman he l I
.t ;Ion to the Florida House of of the Democratic party for several became frustrated with making good Brings
; Representatives District seat 25, and years having served on the Democratic concrete arrests only to see criminalsgo
.Thomas J. Rivers; Jr., Williams' Executive Committee of St. free. He believes the legal system' ,
challenger will. know by Tuesday Johns County since 1974 and,in 1977, i needs a major overhaul. Wilson now ,' "
]evening Sept,. 12,,which one will be was delegate to the Florida Demo- practices law In Gainesville. "- ** {
1 moving on to.thq.gneral election' l II' | cratio Party Contention. sevencandidates i .
"; November. Two lawyers are vying for the State Democratic voters will have Jybi
i The winner of this race will face Senate seat, District 6, on the to choose from for Nl
Republican Howard Dunn in the Democratic ticket.Incumbent governor of Florida while Republicans -
November election. will have to decide between one IB
K.H. "Buddy" MacKay of two candidates.
Most of Williams' campaign has of Ocala was first elected to the Stale
been built around his experience as a Senate in 1974 following three terms In The Democratic ballot will list the
legislator. having served six years as the Florida House of Representatives. following candidates for Governorand YNEw
a State Representative Williams has MacKay is of the opinion that it Is Lt. Governor.: Leroy Eden and :: I Ik
stated will continue to work for more effective to handle the State's Maria ; Graham and Wayne ,
economy In government tax relief problems at the state level and solve Mixson; Claude R.Kirk,Jr.and Mary
quality education crime control andservice local problems at the local level. One L. Singleton; Robert L. Shevin and
to senior citizens. of Ms aims-is to hold down costs in Jim Glisson; Bruce Smathers and
As-a member of the legislature government and to eliminate waste 'Charles W. Boyd; Hans T Tanzler i 978
Williams has served on a number'01 and duplication. Jr. and Manuel Arquel1 .Jim Williamsand
committees and Is currently the Vice MacKay, who has a law practice in Betty Castor.Republicans .
Chairman of Finance and Taxation Ocala and Is a citrus grower, was
Committee and member of the named most valuable member of the seeking the Governorand
Corrections, Probation and Parole Senate in 1973 and 1976. He has servedon Lt. Governor posts'' are: Jack CHEVROLETLUV
Committee. Williams resides on the Appropriations, Finance and Eckerd and Paula Hawkins; Lou
Crystal Lake and is Assistant Vice- Tax, Education and Judiciary Frey, Jr. and S. Peter Capua.
President of Florida Title and Committees,
Mortgage Company. MacKay's challenger. G.B. "Cap"Wilson 'The Democratic slate also includes:
of Alachua, wants to see home- Secretary of State Beverly S.
Rivers, a South Ponte Vedra Beach stead,, exemptions quadrupled and Dozier, Jim Fair George Firestone,
resident and school teacher, has wants to get at the basts criminal Joe Little and. Richard (Dick) Renick. Jjl .
vowed during his campaign that he problems by straightening out the _
would continue to keep in touch with laws which he believes have caused Attorney General Allan Becker -- t
the people If elected. He said he these problems. Barry Richard and Jim Smith ,
wishes to demonstrate that a ComptrollerDon Dansby and And New 1978 I
legislator can attend civic, municipaland Wilson, a former Major and Super. Gerald (Jerry) Lewis.
county meetings and also be an intendent of Police Operations with State Treasurer- Bill (Gunter and lea
advocate of the people he represents. the Alachua County Sheriff's Depart Don Hazelton. r 1 '
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The road Is blocked now by an The narrow graded approach on the Doan) Bridge, which first surfacedas
aarthen.1\, ,dam (afcyftach end of the Bradford side Is pocked by washoutsand controversial: issue at an early
bridged/plus ,ar''makeshift: wooden other evidence of long-time spring meeting of the Alachua County
Iie.andatill-aCaleStapSign: the,Bradford County neglect. On Alachua aide the grade I I. Commission finally came to a heaijl
Bridge wider, but shows where the Santa Fe with the actual closing of the bridgetwo
Closed, and 'sera: -striped warning river submerged the bridge approach weeks ago. At Its May 4 meeting
bars on Ala iillll County side. during recent blah water the Bradford Commission responded
o to a report of road engineers, from
both counties, recommending thatDan's

I Letters Stress Concern linking Alachua Bridge and a wooden Bradford structure just on

Dedan Church Road, was hazardous
I ., uiTth.u and should either be closed 'or
Besides end
dam Alachua County si
bridge has
Margaret Ana Dyal Bad children. Kelley and
elaborate layout of stop sign, bridge Closed sign andsebrastrlped : ( Gainesville Shortcut repaired Repairs were deemed
. Susanne. take a late afternoon stroll across closed warning barricades. :", ; impractical by the engineers becaus

4 Does Bridge, with earthen dan seen la background. ..rnw.'IbMI W,;reNt, .''t.,....,.....,, w,' of the cost-benefit ratio of the lit?]"
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:,., 1 h! used bridge. Replacement was
Dear Editor. : should bea {Consideration. We would deemed prohibitive because the
0' I .i f like to receive the same benefits and bridge. if rebuilt, would have to con?
EDITORIAL' vvt I am writing td 3 express my dlssstlsfaction representation for our lax dollars that form to modern specifications (two
with the decision to close other areas do, lanes.wide,concrete structure etc.) -
DORM Bridge on Rock Church Roadnear estimated expense $80,000 for the

"t Brooker.t i I'j'. 1 This Is an Important Issue to our bridge, plus perhaps another 170.000
community,and we would appreciate for grade work on the approaches)
In Our Opinion am a life long resident (82 years) your support In getting this road Including realignment of sharp
curve
In this area, and It has been In
... -, use reopened. at bridge approaches on both sides I ;
even, before,my time. -L.L.Dyal,Jr
: I {Oj ., -Rt 1,Box 326 The Bradford Commission Voted
Even during the Depression In the30's. Brooker,Fla. May 4 to close the bridge. The first
: WILLIAMS> the county. maintained It It overture from Alachua had been a1
JIM seems that with. from this area, there would be money and the time lag between May and the
IF, (h'/ enough to maintain It at this time. This Is a letter concerning the actual closing In August was due to
closing of the road known as Rock
formal approval by the
waiting on
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':." This area of the county contributesa Church Road and the bridge known as Alachua Commission.
major portion of,the tax dollars Does Bridge crossing the Santa Fe
Is Best Qualified for The JobThis ;' :,,.)<<: collected We have,had little benefits River near Brooker. This week the closing brought forth
I, for our tax dollars and even less
Je" a bunt of letters to The Telegraph,
.""", ". representation by the countycommissioner This road was used daily by at least from residents of the area, plus
But what difference does It makeif The taxes we pay 12 people who work In Gainesville, several filed Tuesday morning with
message should be continue to benefit other areas more and! used often by a good many other Clerk of the Court Gib Brown. The
preceded perhaps by a bit of I a man does the job, whether he favored by the commissioners, and people.Most of these people pay taxes letters to the editor are reproduced$
editorial-political philosophy. M. does it with' the flourish of we receive iftU"lnonr, own. In this county. There Is a road and herewith. Letters to' the County
trumpets, or with the low key bridge fund included In our taxes. Commission will be read at next
In closing the road, those responsible (
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modesty that most true statesmen Monday's meeting (postponed, frorti
have created a great A l good many people attending Rock--
In the first place The 1- have always"possessed? Inconvenience and hardship on the Church used this road. Labor Day),

Telegraph-justifiably, we thinkis people of this community. Many used In a report to Alachua Coon .
extremely cautious about the To get down to the nitty-gritty, this road, daily'to travel to work in A petition was presented to the Comlssioncrs May, road engineerEd ,
so-called "endorsement" of candidates P Williams' performance in the Gainesville ''It- Is'a direct route to Board of County Commissioners on Culpepper had said of Doan's:
Gainesville from June S, 1978 that contained
our area. over 190
"We need to dose It quick. Its an
for office. In
public our State Senate'led
to his choice
in signatures asking that this road and "
accident waiting to happen.
ninety-nine years of publication. the 1973 session as "the mostvaluable" The people of the community presented bridge not be closed.In 4'

we have learned to be a bit in a statewide of a petition to the Board of Schulz 1 employidby
polls Arthur engineer
about County, Commissioners on June 5, case of emergency, this road ,'
skeptical political promisesand newsmen and editors. Those 1978. stating our disapproval of the could have meant as much as IS Bradford to make its biannual
have also! learned that any sometimes cynical scribes mightnot proposal to close the road. The minutes getting to a hospital which In bridge inspections agrees with' Cul
"endorsement" based on such always be as unbiased as they decision was made to close the road some cases could mean the difference pepper, saying that Doan's"hasreached "
promises is built on shaky sand. would have their readers believe anyway without concern for the between life or death. "the point of no return,
where repairs are a waste of money
We also look askance at any but usually ,they are at least people affected by it We the people of this community as due to present and future deterioration -

"endorsement" based on the fact immune from'having the wool We woiildi like1 to I have the road taxpayers and citizens, would like to of the wooden structure, plus the
that one candidate is a personal pulled over their reopened and maintained. We wouldappreclat"lOUIlUppoI't see this road reopened which was substandard nature' of the bridge
friend while others may not be; eyes. ) in getting closed on August 25, 1978. design,which does not meet federal or
also the 'this done+"1 j Wayne Parrish state specillea lionl. '/>
commonly accepted :1 Lloyd L.Dyal Rt. 1,Box 334 J'
reasons for voting for one man Among the credits in his track {( !/.1, '1' Rt.i.Box328 Broo.ker.Fla. "The bridge has a very low priority [

and against another-that he is a record is the fact that Williams Brooker,Fla. because of the small traffic count Can
"local that ho "is key cannot rise to heights of worked with then Letters the Editor average of about 22-24 vehicles a ,
a good Representative
bol Dear Sir
: oratory and lacks that great : day), Schulz said, "and Is therefore
speaker, that he"has charisma Ralph Turlington to
pass unlikely to benefit from any federal
Madison Avenue ?
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packaging asset"charisma" I writmg this letter to voice
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that he is "a good ole boy or the first severance tax on of my LAWTEY PRINCIPAL funds available for bridge construe.
You don't have to disapproval the closing of Donna
that he can bring the most "porkbarrell" look good on television to serve' .minerals in Florida, knowing full Bridge. I can understand the bridge EXPRESSES THANKS tion."

plums our way. well that as a former miner, }he being closed from safety standpoint,
well in the Governor's office. Mr. James T. Wainwright, Schulz listed amoi.g the major
was sure to alienate some but not to be closed with no effort Superintendent deficiencies:

When these irrelevant factoraare' friends. '"We were aiming,at a being made to either restore they: "Ldwteyr Correctional Institute 4
a I Such a' man we fedl; s":: Jim mandate,to reclaim-mined JafifJ1*, bridge or rebuild IL P.p Box 229 j, Il -South abutment cap on Alachua
removed for the basis "'
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judgment as to who is the best Williams, the' 52-yearold, Williams explained "and this wasa The Inconvenience and money i''r' ''L'dhJtry1: :; E'1I2O,8: '11Iq\ III slat/?endangers 61SVitj: lde any fA'bUdl/\Ibhl vehicle: that IcW'Nfllnd crosses\

seasoned businessman and That is closing: the bridge Is going to cost taxpayers -
man to be entrusted with runningany start. just a sample of Dear Mr. Wainwright: the bridge.
statesman from Ocala. Even Williams' determination to do that live in the area of South-
phase of our government, west Bradford County will be take few -One piling In wing wall Alachua
before his sterling service in the what he considers I want to a moments to on
whether national state local- right and let considerable. Farmers who live in the
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or express my appreciation to you for all County side is deteriorated.The
what is left? Only this: State Legislature and asFlorida's the chips fall where they may. particular area and farm in Bradford that you have done recently at Lawtey
Lieutenant Governor, and Alachua Counties will have to go Elementary School. The school has bridge Is substandard In width
there were incidents to show that It is always debatable whether an extra 8 to 10 miles to get their never looked better and most of the (only 14 feet) and would have to be
HIS QUALIFICATIONS FOR Williams' plain and simple slogan, equipment across the river and backon credit belongs to you Without your widened if rebuilt, to avoid liability by
TIlE OFFICE. "He'll do the best job," is on dead editorial endorsements do a the other side; where crossing the help none of this would have taken the two counties in case of accident.All .
candidate good'or" not. They river at Donna Bridge would only be place. .
center. might actually do as much or' about Hi miles. People who work In which sounds reasonable but
We don't think that walking, more, harm than good, dependingon Gainesville and live In Bradford Your efforts have made the openingof does little to appease the feelings of
the County will have to drive an extra 8 to school a smooth one for which, as Dedan neighborhood residents.
running, or jogging length
Not the least impressive of the
newspaper's popularityand 10 miles per day. the new principal, I am very grateful. They're still in there fighting for a
and breadth of Florida are any these early indications is the fact credibility in the;community.That Getting off to a good start is paramount long-time community tradit on-the

special qualification for the man that after serving a stint in the is one reason especially |jn I understand the county doesn't and you have helped me do ancient road that gives them a short
picked to occupy the Governor's U.S. Air Force during World Warn local races where emotionalism have the money to build a new bridge. that. cut to Gainesville and Is as much a
mansion represent the people in enrolled in the 1 can understand this because I don'thave part of community life as fishing in
Williams
rather than
I look forward to with
working
reason usually thIt money to buy a new tractor, you
the Santa Fe when the water's
the State Legislature or even University of Florida but his determines the individual's vote, truck, or car.when I need one, but I and the parents of the community this picking mayhaws in the spring high or; ''I
the U.S. Congress. Of course, it father died soon afterward and that we are reluctant to give'' don't abandon the one I have until I year. If there Is anyway that I may be attending services at Dedan Baptist; {

might be argued that the candi- he was forced to return to Ocalato what might appear to be an arbi-- can see my way clear to buy another. of service to you. please do not and the old Rock Church. I
will hesitate to ask.
feel if the Commission carefully
who does
date these things could help run the family business.At trary endorsement:'of one "goodole find
consider this they will a way to
be expected to be in better health the mature age of 36, with the boy" over,another; p, repair the bridge that is already there Again thanks for all that you have And the feeling of goes deeper than
Residents
that. Dedan Road, which
than more sedentary types and business firm and be built done. Thank you.
finally on ground, until a new better one can
more likely to live out his term of Williams desired and realized he that will serve the public well. Charles H. Hafl rich loops farm through section a beautiful south of,Highway rolling and 18

office. But if this is the basis for needed, to complete his educa- But the Williams'candidacy is an Principal.Lawtey between Brooker and Graham feel
Governors and exception to the general rule and This road has served the public before Elementary School
choosing Senators tion. He returned to college and, strongly that the 10 or IS minutes
I born and before most of
why not a professional the of 40 received his one that we are glad to make.in' was saved by using the shortcut to reach
at age you if not all of you were born, and I TilE TASK WILL NOT
Gainesville in time of
football player? It might also be degree from the University of the hope of helping the man, whois certainly would hate to see it BE EASY might mean the difference emergency between

argued that such gimmicks gain Florida. Not too many men would obviously the best qualified for abandoned. Dear Sir: life and death for some area resident.
the attention of newspaper have the determination and gutsto the job, in his effort to serve us as Rt.T.J.Box Mann 364
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photographers and television face the stares and snickers Governor for the next four years. Brooker,Fla. Thomas Jefferson once said "Whenall At least it's a good talking point
shall be
governments drawn to and Dedan residents plan to make the
But it will be sad
cameramen. a ,
sometimes directed at a 36yearold eC Washington, as the center of power, it most of it In fighting for what they
day for statesmanship in the college freshman. But "I.. Dear Sir: jjj 5 will become venal and oppressive" consider an "inalienable right" as

nation when office seekers are Williams didn't let concern about ''', ... I am writing concerning the closing American government was built on taxpayers to reach their destinationby
selected for their endurance in a his public image keep him away .- ,of Downs Bridge on Rock Church Road the concept of divided sovereignty, the shortest, most convenient
rock and roll marathon, flagpole I ... crossing the Saints Fe River near known as a republic. The Constitution means possible.
education then
from an ,just as he Ywv ;ht
R v... Brooker. The closing of this declares that, 'The United States
bridgehas
sitting, or even goldfish swallow- now refuses to resort to undignified created/ hardship of the people shall guarantee to every state In the And who will win? Who knows? It's
ing. These are all great attention- and out-of-character stuntsto our Union a Republican Form of Government just another of those tedious and
getters. gain attention to his campaignfor community -." The law books say that touchy problems that confront a
This road was traveled by many "Republican Form of Government"I.a Is County Commission or City Council
governor.In dally to their "pieces of work in government elected representa almost every meeting.
As far as endorsing a fun slate of Gainesville. Closing of it means lives wherein no basic power of

candidates from top to bottom our opinion that Is nodisqualification traveling-hypothec"indirect routes. It government can be withheld by If you'd like to see democracy Inaction
the sad fact is that the newspaper for the highest means extra miles (approx. IS miles appointees. Regional Government Is perhaps you may get a
in each day In our particular case) and designed to reverie this system. glimpse if the matter comes up. as
spite of receiving and office in the state. We need a 'mor 'travel, time. In case of expected at next Monday's county
trying to absorb the flood of statesman in the Governor's emergency;the time saved by having Through urban renewal air and commission meeting.

releases from office seekers office-not a stunt man.TongueIn.cheek .accessto this rosd jnight be crud construction control road
often knows no more about "the aid to law enforcement L.P. Gas Dealers
real" Joe Blow than the r' Rock Church L1 I located on the road transportation control, war, on
average political and its members have traveled this poverty programs, welfare, and a ton
reader. Therefore, disregardingour 'writers have described Williams 'road IOI.mn>',1ean. To close the of other schemes local government Is Plan District
personal likes and dislikes as "All substance and no style. ,.jf. road means eliminating a route that being turned into an administrative
(which newspapers sometimes has served this t /community for gener- arm of the federal bureauracy. Our
have in spite of their efforts to be ,,, "IfI -' allons: ;;';"if nation has been divided into ten Training SessionA <

objective), and disregarding I u '., The 'Bradford' \'County Board of tending Federal the Regional arms Councils of control thus of ex-a
political promises, gimmicks and ppit4 ."ADrOItO Commissioners petitioned June 9, central government in Washingtonacross five-county district L.P gas
other extraneous factorswhatreal 4NL 1978, by/at least 150 concerned citizens the borders of State. County, training session will be held in the
4p expre alllll'th disapproval of the and city; lines. Bradford Bradford County Volunteer Fire
basis beinga
would we have to"endorse" :. i4rgpapIc l1 proposal before the closing of the road member of The North county Florida Department on Tuesday, Sept. 19,
one candidate over was carried''out: Their failure to Regional Council Region 4, la subjectto starting at '6,30: p.m.. according to
another? 0 represent the wishes of the people has the authority and mandates of The' Harry Green, county fire chief. '
c indicated their unconcern or Inability Regional Government. It Is no dim- Green said the meeting will be
BOB o. FERQUSON-"JOHNWL MILLER' Y to"Bfcompltsh 'the purpose for which cult matter to see that these federal attended by L.P.dealers from the five
The exception, of course, would they were elected. regional councils/ are a violation of county area Including Bradford

be in the case of a man who Publishers ; i. $ "p0e the-people,of this ara, would Art. 4. Sec t, of The United States Alachua.Union. Columbia, Suwannee., and

already has an established record Published each Thursday and entered aVoOstuWciass Matter like to make known our dissatisfacUdnZwith Constitution. Today we are

in business and public office-a at the Post Office at Starke. Fin under Aot p Mafjih 3. '1879, *:* the (decision to close the establishing which precisely the system LM session Is expected to last from
man with proven ability who has ''J road art*request that It be reopened against our colonial forefathers two to three hours Green said.
demonstrated his fairness Subscription= rate In trade area -7 per year,M sljf; months. ait. and mattaiumft-iw other roads In the rebelled. We have gone a long way off
trustworthiness of the track from which those brave
Outside trade area: -8 Per y.art? *5ixfaonths., 1 ountx ihat are considered necessary
and his ; ,
and
) capability to ft t to tfie'weUbelng el the community. men fought died to establish. I love I Ig
make good Judgments. What Phone 964-630S l'- 01IM.Ke Fonda, sought is good but l
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September 7, tins TELEGRAPH Pate 5AI

more on rally,from page 1.... ", Youth Arrested After Chase By Deputy 1


situation and rely on his 29:years bust- system' would get Its money's worth. After chase Brad woman fled and the youth ran out the
a scene through
ness experience. District 3
candidate J.R. "Jim"
back door.
As the evening darker Lawson said he ford High School's football field and
grew candi would work and not Deputy Green was patroHnjt the
dates were hard put to read any pre. run away from any problems in the bleachers between Sheriff's Deputy area and noticed the youth fleeing
Robert Green and a lSyear.oldRaiford
pared ItAtementby school .
single WsMon toward the high school. Green chasedthe
the podium and a fight on the wharf. Rev. Leroy Davis, another District tYli juvenile last Thursdayafternoon. suspect onto the football field,and
Some ole men time trying to adjust 3 candidate aald he would concen Starke police investigators then ran him into the bleachers. A
Zhe light they did trate the basics arrested the youth and charged him
tpeeldnl. on the need for a Starke police investigator who was
District I school board Incumbent truant orflcer, and give the drug with sexual' battery, burglary and driving past the field then arrested
Arthur Gaskins laid he hat worked problems in the school Immediate li i'tr'( aggravated battery with a deadlyweapon. the youth.
t
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foe a lowered pupil teacher ratio no attention He added there are drugs incur
tax Increases, and moving students community and schools most of According to police Investigation The juvenile, wR had been
,back to the outlying schools them sold to children by adults. report, the Starke police received a arrested one time previously on the
Vernon Olin District 1 challenger, Candidate Ronnie Thomas call from a 22-year-old Starke woman, same charges. Is being held in
old he would only recommend concluded the evening with a promise. claiming the youth had broken into Alachua Juvenile Center.
pending money when the school to do the best Job he could. her home andpullodaknlfe on her.The
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EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOLDIPLOMA

Bar-b-cued chicken for :3M people was prepared by Lawtey Correctional I
Institution Inmates?under the direction of the Lawtey Volunteer Firs .


Department. By Taking The GEO Tests. :,:

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V Dr.,,and, fyfra. Bob L. Hutchinsoncordially Applications For The GED Test Are Being Taken

At The Bradford Union Area Vocational Technical
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invite you and your guests Center.

t,' DEADLINE
( THE. IS I
: to the opening ofHis

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New Chiropractic Office. SEPTEMBER.. '5, ,1978., '
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Plenty of political talk, plus a chance to visit! Chatting l-r l ) are Mrs. at theVillage I
Marguerite Brassell. Mrs. Toby Waiawrlghl. sees James and Louie Lee .' :' .Call 964-6150 For Information
VValnwrlght with Eugene Matthews of the Telegraph.A second conversation In- j.J ,J., "
Deludes Jesse Wolbcrt. E.W.Hodges.Lea Register and Jim ray Crosby. Green,'1$36 Kingsley Ave. Examinations Are Scheduled


Suite 116 'Orange Park Florida
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Sept. 11-12 From 1:00: PM-10:00: PM

A, rr"" ClassifiedAds .

,' GetResults Sunday September10,197825P.M. Sept. 13-14 From 6:00: PM 10:00: PM I


Sept 15 From 900! AM 12 Noon


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,I LO oNTb0L IDA I 29"a



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I,! SALE PRICES THROUGHOUT THE STORE & NURSERY Now Thru Sept. 16 )


. ] POTS-PLANTERS-SOIL FALL ANNUALS &
____ r&a.4I CONTROL
Candidates had to rely on a single
VEGETABLE Plants
light on the pedium to read any Clay Pots
'prepared statements' as the rally r Fall Fertilizing Of Your Lawn Shrubs Trees Helps
Largest Selection ft Lowest Prices Y S l' Favorite Varieties Tray Of j
continued past dark. To Establish A Strong Boot System-Helps Keep Cold i
QCC 10lnch$1 75 12R Inch u Plants
Inch
8 $355 Down And Faster
Damage Gives Mora Healthy
from
pagel Reg.1MI O J Reg. _'2"JL 04 '. Reg.,ego 2/$100 Growth Next Spring, r

A Tray
more on courthouse

,Popular, Hanging Planters ., Cypress Stakes GRO-TONE PELLETS ,
,
"I/f"/ I I/ f1J : rdtbt .
.... ,
,Pj ,q J.1.-J, ,. its J.: ; '
I ,.11I; PLeml //BOualltyLOng'Leetingl'-! ,
.n owners, renting-office "Ir r the >ih;;- y9etE Elastics-Assorted' Colors II r 1w**' *1l'''">c1'x6' "rr. 0 '.C" m
space
Balanced Plant*Foed-8 + hvv
state owned office building on US-301 Wire Hanger Drip Tray Included', ,\'J",,, 1"',' Reg.: *46 Each. Ol Formulated For Florida|Lawns.eelally > ,
south,and removing the zoning office vt
1 from the Court's deposition room and 0"Size Q C 8" Size fi ft $ 10..S1J8 .,deg., sale 60 Lb. Bag Covers $ 49 I {

the assigned adjoining to the state space attorney.originally Reg. 98 V V R_ eg.''1'. V V R. AZALEA'S 1 Gal '2" .____*Z T Up To 2,500 Sq. Ft. U A Bag,

rl< By law, (Chapter 27.34 Florida 500 HP By Lawnwara 'S 1 88 NORFOLK PINES' ''Gaf. 41e __-=,_ 350
Statutes) the county is required to (Shown) Asst. Cnlore-Reg. *4. '
provide space in the courthouse for PMILODENDRUMPNILOOENDXUM 1 Gal 2" _____200

the state pay attorney for office and space public defenderor and aU Organic Potting Soil 4 Oal, '99!____.s6ee

1:', ancillary services elsewhere Sterilized-Weed Free-Very Rich DRACENA 1 Gal, 541._____$3 :
'

., decided On, July to allocate 10, the the commissioners grand Jury '6 Quart" QjRC 20QuartS8840lUarfS288 CROTONS IQal."' '4" ____.S300 5% Sevin Dust
vCP
room and adjoining witness room to Reg. M .. SCHEffLERA. 4 Gal "'9a._t_.'600SGal. Safe Control Of Many Insect Pests On
the state 1'
1 attorney. The .... Vegetables Kills Fleas TicksMUtCHES.'MANUftll.PEAX
ers-
: "
commissioners also agreed to allow HIBISCUS 5 Gal. 6'8 '401" Too
the public defender to use a hearing ----- On Animals
'"' room used by Bradford County Judge '' t'vsia/sr SitsOrganic
ARECA PALM ': M8M sites "
Elzle Sanders. Yawn Issued a temper. "r"ly _-- 4 Lb. Bag Reg 1
ary restraining order the same day RED CEDAR TREE : '?'_16' _

and show directed cause why the It should commissioners not be made to Cow Manure ', '" ; r t7 10% Chlordane Granules
., RED BUD TREE ,: : _____s6o0
J f" permanent._ L Composted 1-1-1 Analysis Sterilized l ElMTREE7" 1";' Dragon Brand .
,, CHINESE $600
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'' '- County attorney Hardy filed a 40 Lb Bag. ---- ...... 4 Lb Bag $288

1'" reply"denies July the appropriation 28 stating the and diver board, Reg. '2" 198 1:1:: RAIN TREE I '781_____'6" Reg. '3"Holiday

'1 lion to other uses would interfere with '. PINE TREE .I' :2:: -___:2's Foggers
the functions of the court, .
proper Pine Bark Mulch : MAPLE TREEPASSION 7 :\
r. impeded thecourthtthedschargeof : : _____ 6 : Kills Roaches And Fleas All Through The
responsibilities and impair the efllI '
dent administration of justice." i1 Retards Weeds.Helps Retain Moisture VINE, 1 Gal.' '381___ >S275 House-Easy To Use.
\ soon Cu. Ft SO35 12000 Co. Ft I/I 35
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AddsBeauty. $188 a
The county's' reply continued PASSION VINE' //SGal. 8M---__- 6 Reg '3" f Reg. '6" f
"The board has the sole responsibility 3 Cu. Ft. Reg. '2" JL >$350
for allocating the available office JUNIPER b Gal 8418 _
'' space In the courthouse and'other I Nuggets $928 --- RotO-Hoe The Name To Trust For Duality

"'h'" authorized county buildings law to the to maintain public officials their '3 Cu. Ft. Reg. '2M "J., '< .. RYE .GRASS SEED Makes Garden Preparation Fast And Easy, Roto Hoe's Chain
by '
The Power Tires Well Balanced &
Drive Puts To The : Ifs
,:
offices in such buildings. 'BLbs.fleg. $11 9 .60 Lb. Bag$ID 49
Hardy contends the grand juryt Singing Hills Michigan Peat; v?,:f i! ;rl' s1" Rsg.l'11" i Easy To Handle. Compare Quality 4 PriceYou'll
,, room was used II days In a 25 month Want A Rota-Hoe
,' period for grand jury purposes: Top Quality-All Organic,,Bacterially Active 'S181,- Surges'Redf-Mli'Dura/ Spray 7 5 HP Front .
I, 40 Lb. Bag Reg. '2" $ "
'The obvious question involved In COlllaressedAlrTank TILLER 'Reg.299" ** ,

the present dispute Is whether or not $1"IG1' ; ,
,
Florida Peat
Bu.BaaR.gMLong '
the Board of County Commissioners grayer ate
h has the discretionary authority to 6 HP 990 ,(51998
decide how certain caur'rtbdeeubee Rust A Corrosion.Proof Polypro puflen. '- REAR TINE TILLER
,1, allocated and used in Handle Tools J Automatic Pressure R.H.f Valve ..," oRe/ "
in regard to this question Is a1 ,Beg, '599"
'The law
Nozzle Adjusts For Spray-Mist Or ,
Your Choice Of Any Green Thumb;..porig" 0, ,
quite clear.So long as the commission .. ( ,Stream L ,
does not take any illegal action nor Handle Tool or Corona Shears, Lopers: $' 5 HP SHREDDER 249" I
their administrative discretion ..
abuse Gal. -
1)11) Reg. 31"I
then the county commission may decide }& $/ Off 'f% ''i I' Top A Side FeedReg.. '289" -" I
how courthouse space shall be ElCamplnRe:7.: .' Now 16"&(IO \_, (t .
'
allocated and used/ the reply stated. ,,;,.. 29 YEARS Of PROFESSIONAL PEST CONTROL SERVICES UNDER t I


expected Any, further until the decisions board of are county not '. ,Kill OThe, Nighihels BISECTION:.OF. GRADUATE ENTOMOLOGISTS

commissioners meet In regular When The,Mowing,Is, j
session Monday.Sept. 11.It would be Sarlo .* C npl.ta Termite Control Single Items! To Complete House Fumigation
"I r commissioners to decide Tough ShOwS Its ,

whether tr appeal ,Stuff Its Built To 'Last-irPushes. Neutfcotd Pest Control Protection Against Embarrassing Destructive Pests

"I: '"Courts Judge Yawn themselves In Ws order occasionallymust observes, Easy-Belt Is Enclosed': Llr.n' ftrMffleatjffPejt: Central Insect & Disease Control For L wnShrubsTrees.And I

litigate to render effective an Heavy Duty Models I;:;;1 'fir/A.,Pest Coatrol Need Call Us For Free Inspection & Estimate
exercise of their inherent power; : l
'therefore it may become necessary + 416.4 HP-21"Puah"24I'1"" J
-,for them to retain and compensate ; .
counsel...Thus a county board which 533-5 .HP'24"sT4 e,'317"
foorcesthe co rtuo sue to enforce Its. Inherent :,

'I*. to power pay,the may reasonable ultimately attorney be required 533 S.P-5 '; i.. rft 44iltS: LAWN-GARDEN-NURSERY CENTER

fees incurred by the judges In proving tiP.Rldn24'R'
:'their point..Since the county board la .." e R, 539 E. Call Street
provided counsel: for these disputes' atpublic We Also Carry Toro And ( ffl' "- "
It is only fair that the Starke, Florida Phone 9645745
expense. astout cs
Judaea receive equivalent assistance Behind Mowers Plus Hahn Riders-Lawn Vacs-Parker j ,

since they are litigating public!IssueIn Sweepers-Weed-Eaters & Edgers ;' /
their capacity as public officers.



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P.gt)10B TELEGRAPH A
.ffmt 31.1m. ___ .. _
OIIABFeI- D G9BJ1TT FEDERAL REVEJJSJE SgAIliiS FIM

SET Cont. '" .... \ .., < f
?\ >-''-- ,, r Ii' ak
. or '
-nu .:c=11M1WY3M9 JIAAt1IPICAfGI
GENERAL FUND CONs..52. _:. : /g1,11 \ BY

.Mal... : & WlX'AL 000401. OTtwOTItA, TT6 .....Al 11S0010A7ZIMI/...,. .
FOIl TIll "tiCAL TA II 1IOO11tC1 SlPftIIUII 90.1176. .
to... ....,,... t.v
n CeovMT..... "u.nnu TttLI ?fW... .1111Ytt tnltwn....nR ..... ,-........-.. ...... H.. .IUY. .. ....,...118 4e '" ""I- CoootJr dlNl -. 1IIo"' m.IIIt.OII ", : '-f'
1 r ,' : .
''fit' ,. ,:r ,
h4T.I.4 r-u_ _..1 .n,..."l 16.I4 IaJ1 I
., -L SIRTr3 III....,.. __ .to..n! ...m."
1.17.171./1 I......... 1_. ,.III'.OIl -_ 1 aM or 171.94 1 UT30Vj110
UtIlI 1.114,00 1295.14 I.".... .,
1-$7./11.M .....r 0069 pN1IxAOI, t.0100."0" '.....01 941.69 I1I INIt 'f ; I
m I906750 1IIIt'II,""' 181 ..., "" IP._.. M.......
'.'''.11 Llb1. Dffl4. L..11. ... I.L a.t. I.1? OIl I.1e.2I MLH _- I ., t I .
....... .,".......\ ic.u. 1.674.11II 1949.11 .,r5' ,..,.",." LIb.1py ,". 'ro.... 14. "m" 111I.01 111.69 I J ,< ,
LlalnD IWUDtItIft
'.". I.IfrIl.. ,t 1OO 00 h1 I3.t I

I47..?1.M ...... W ,.....,...... '.4.n fIO 1.24.94 I.I.10 1 nom'vrrn9Dr .
? __ ffa16T1 AIS 200: -. 111.401.Oft .! .tal.n 99,1,0
].-I72-p1 Cltr:, s, ...111. ACnt/pp D1rrt4.nt 11._ fIO .0. 11.000,00I. 2 i. -I r.r .
n ?
w'
Hill itji 1.M1.69 ituw ....... ...-... ft.Lo.-.. .. .....) i
......'... E t. Ye...1.1.. ,.... f 4.n no I 04. a .11. I UTIIlATDI W70 11

......."... M.rt4. I..rrtl4.6aarlrst, I !I1Nm .... Lama. I rot IK FISCAL 'RAI poop nmxua M.. at"

..' ...... ...
1.11.11'.11 Lrtr .AACmIIal lrp.rbrM 1..00. .0. 1.000.00 I __ etN.tnc:4nOlt: TOTAL counn tmiiccoiroiuTto AIW 11C0910RAT9D" MtAi cooa
.
1.1f.I' IrnN.r 9.Cnullr Dle.rtar0t 1.000 00 .
-0. 1,000.0 r "- ._.,9___.._ .-. :

._,._...-- ..11-- I- '.!IO.OO! 1.1'1.71 HI.r. I ..."........1 .._t.,. 114 rl Irt_. 24.,00 16.16714 9.53060 I I

,".111'" 1.Irrt M.OOP.no JBJ2LBL. ".....00 -- L I

TOTAL AP"OIIPUAT1011 1,011.944.00 Ma.1I.II 117,0S4 IS 1IlIlln ...- a, 1k.'. ...... ........,. 76,410.00" 60.00.0I ".m",., 1
f
-RUItY1l: FOIl cotn'llICIlIClIII: Curt: 1.000.04 .....11I Itl.. I
!

1 1:..... 11..00" U..IO la.n'.1D I mu, M/I00IAU0a ....'..... II."Jn $,1.'''.'' ... ..r i iizrm

TRANIRI5t
rOl COtITttltllllIClIl. 1TLINIf1R11

TOTAL SUDGIT 1....-Ufo-OIl 4/.W.2I 4f1N17I .

...

I
TOTAL ''' .41'.00 11 .101.7 ".111.47
COUNTY TRANSPORTATION TIfUST FUND

'

.STIII3If/iflfl W IICllrn: ,RADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL AND EST FOBS ;

1001 TtI& IUCAL 'RAI UDUIG nl"DM&a 70. 197511MUI l
UTI"'TI fir fvraurt ..o utturriTIB 4
AL""" '" IJIT
ILAlI1PlCAT101t: tOT!< CIIUIrft UtlllICoa--nrD AREAL IIICOIIPDIIADD ApAIc0D[_ fOIl : rucAL BAlI INDIMO umuiui 30. 17 \
I

III .... ,._. ... 11. _111. ..._... !:1l J II1.14.0 111.07LY' ...m.14 I JIIMIRI- CtA 9iriCATIOM: TOTAL COUMTY: IIIIIftCIltlI'ORJ.TlD AU" INCotIPOIATIO AR AICSIIr

1..110 r.1..1." ._' Or.It 15.000.0 ..rlll.It ..a.,." 1 4111.10 1._ 1.nil ."ff .. ......... 147D161DJ.lu.tim 194.901.00 '101.129 41.11I. 44- '
I
'.n,.,... ,......1 110..... ,0..1n. 111.411.0 ".901.1f It.I17. I

'.1"0 7013uniw Gal IId lbtar Taut .1.152.0 .111.21/ Jr.II I.331.0 ." 1

'- rr7 VQyr Trvft I..OO 14....'... .O..II I
.TOTAL ESTIMATtO UCEIfTS 100,4.5.40 1024.11 ".CIII."

Ills 51. ,'.7OG,00 6.066,00 '.,PI.10 _I

591 W .nDtAftlD lIalrn 147.01' 00 ID.It.11 43.716.39 "

TOTAL IITIHA'nD! tEal" "'."'.00 .11..00 74a.a" aLESS 10.00.9. 4.nrM.r --.n' .,...

S1. 11..01>> ro.It'II! 11..101S1. LIQUID MtmClmI / 6TIA1331

0' IITIItATID tEcn" .II.n.OI>> 211,213 10 rrl.o" !00IAIA1W '
I

'.OUC""+ 10NGAan Gall n..10 11.36.3 0.1.10 1 41..a" I
4.TOTAL.. UTDttTKD UCEXRS" AMDtut IIAUIICE' .. ... I tOI.IOI",

LIQUID 111\11.n! NT'TIWI.rEa. exltlap Lrlsd t._ .:'.J':':*.. .. lMC.< ttill Y..rSU..) .... '

1IT1""TtD uptasn ,

ron TW rucAL TEAK IMDINO sinmuK 30.CLA 1971Mn.touwt ,
_TOTAL IITDtIoTED UCU" AIID 1A1MCIS 45 f .oo 481.98/.20 u..In.11IIMUI.
0.11
( .. Levl.d Lo.t,1'.. l.tLoot.d 1111. Sur .,.. ..) /iriCATIOI TOTAL COUHTY: UMInCCmPOHATtO: AM\9 INCOVPO ,TED AU.c.....(

4.)11.109 6.Yf d fe4.tr w..6t1 I and IHT rand 147.MB 00 69,226.19 "...,.04 h
nTIM" f61N1CrFUl
Tltl FISCAL YLAS SIDING "I'TEHItR 30. 1979ACCOu. '
j

-m'" ,
NIM1E'' r CUISSFICATIOM: TOTAL COUMnI InlllOCoarouTtD AUAI J"COIIPOttATiD AREACOC
TOTAL An'IOtftlAT10111 ",.061.... ".21'.It 17,011 91 ,;

l II-51I-I2 ,.1..,., I.' 'M IV IM1 n 06 u I ,
? JIKWI COI6TIRE1CIlII: __
_'.11.41.11 0",.. P..I '.n',,' 1.0 m I. .,. In 1.114 on 1 l lIIA0ml lT
;
2.11.5/1.21 FICA T.... In.1I m s-en t /.291..An f '
f .

.II.141.n AalrO.nt ,..fl..OIl 1.,11 DO I11OI 1 \
/ mAL IUICIIT 'or.OII''" 119,211.11 31,105 eo

.II.IOI.n Llf. Ind "Nit" In..ro" IAOI.m. 1.01100 ,.96..OIl I

.11.4'-4'' Insu.i' Ind land 20.06.00 1.107.10. 9.612.50 ?4.j, LAW LIBRARY FUND !

7.11.341./6 .....,.nancl .r to.,...., TI..... '.r... ol.. 40.00.00. ro.Z".10 ".nr 10 I KTiMTt. or atvrMigt,, *MQ trcttfnrot _
I
TW rtSCAL YEAH INDINO lirtEMUl JO 1>79CLA91irtCATIOIf
,
1.11.341./9 a/M hrln0.Mc.rdlnt 4QWt.Y r........ 1.00.0 '.'/1.11II 1.ln 10 1 I Iouuua.
; KEY I
1.11.341-St Sun loon unary 1/1.10 .000.10 1.11 M "I 10 1l 1 996ad TOTAL COUWTY UMIMCOHMLATED AKEA9 IHCOHrORATgP: AUgAg COOl!!

.II.IO'.17.A .t..I1.._. '.''.'''' Iftd 10........ .000.10 1.IIlD.IO I.11990 I I-M lw I 1169.1113.. ,_. 0dlunr-. j

.11".17. 0.4. 011. and ll0rlunt Iapnsan 40.000.00 ro.'M'" 15,727 a I C0unt1 LOIO '

-1.11.'J H.tr111aar .1..o ....dJA" ..... 25.03.IV! ,0 U. on a a" on rl ,. = j1
4 ; : : : .
'.11.41." ? .1aa1D4.nt" ? 01 .a0 IV ,.2.112 r04.4. 4.. ]7I... al t -1

/1.1/1.13 '''1'.,,' Sun/16.1731.. 21ua.0'. -i1. r'. ii IiSm. ; 0,69)4 ..2.f1. TOTAL tlTPUTTD ualPl'S .M.. 606.50. .

'.".'41." NIInt4.lncI CorntI tarn 0.500.00 21M.11. 1.211 00 I \ UJlI 51. 50.00 10.1., 19.61
j

1..1/. .3411 WIn14.4nu' .r Srcondry" ...d. S.Isrlu 4'.......10 71,)01 ,OIl 27.546.4 ..1 __ / 570 trtmAjgB RECEIPT 950.0 576.3 711 6IAIAaC1300011117 ,::

0-N-llot-Sl M.In, ,....[. al 1,., .... Lux. u.-0000 M.Mf.M 4I.000 M 11.161 !XI I F0MAIDiCAIN 1
I

2.1001.y .rod'.nt Caun,1 Road S'an Ih. S.I.. I.120.m '1I0A al 2.1i/.a 1 t LIQUID 11111'TMNT': S

,..,.141.71 riCA': T..., 110.10 206.2. 1I1.7f I ......,.., T A>l9n.9l tutldlng ....... fund .000.00 1,211.40 781,0 -I' 4a

2.13.311.72' ..".-., 590.00 7f7.f1 131." I TOTAL I1TIMATTH: !MeeiFTJ AMD lALAHCtgHlll4 2.150 otI 1.781. PI 4760.24
1
7.11.5/1.11 Lit .njI IWIth I..ro.eo OJ 00 ra ot lI.tI 1 ( |. Uvtcdl Lot Y..r ....... ...,....d This Tae .. ... ) ..n.A. .
J

2.11.941-S1 ON/n Suonll.l and I.twiala 700.00 "'.::10 1161 I ...."" T J.
_121949. CLA89iriCATIOIt: TOTAL COUNTY: UTIIICOHPOItATTO A t\9 IMCOKn> .\TEn AH!:AS I.HIM:: ,
.......,..,. O.' ,ntntfan 1..11.a and lawhll 1.000.00 606,10 l1.JII I
...n... _*ti 4)iilm) In Library trtmromt '.1\0'" ','''.7' 1.16t1.Z' jt'!
,.......... .......... (rnw.f 37...03. .. )4./30. M.I In 11M M II 1.00 3.931.00 I !

........... rn..1..a.t I.IIM M 1120.4 1.11! 9D I

2.16.941.1' ] Uti IfrAl 04.,13.4.36 0.nt 11.1)41.30202 u 1011 41 I 1 .J.

TOTAL AFftOll.UAT1011I '.91000 '2,799.26 '6.260.4 ;

'
!SLIEST rat COtfTlHCgMClll ;
-TOTAL AP..oa"'ATlON' 1".101I DtI ")'.'19," III.S r rU'ERY
ITRAIIIIERII I
!: POll CONTINCEIICIES I ..... 10 949.II 310002 1t1AJISfSI1
V
I I
TOTAL 1UPCTT ,.,.0 00 1,709 16 .I..Z
I I
i

TOTAL luncn 101.201 DtI "'.''It! tJ 148.09 0' S! a
HEALTH DEPARTMENT ;


FilE lID FORFEITURE FUND r ISTIHUTE Of KEVMUt9 ANa RECEIPTS ;
JU THE riacAL BAlI INOIHO airmail jo, U7CtAttiriCATIOM > ,
,
ISTI"'TI 0' RnEPIIJII: AlII Mcum ; AU\JU", -
IR546 a TOTAL CIIIJIrrY IIII"CD.PDRATEII AA.IAS INCORPORATED ARl"'SIaI'
fOIl 'I" nlCAL RAIl UlDlJIO U21LOCl! 30. 1979 7
AnJw.r t 7.111-100' T. M .121 11ll on 4ll44l'.d vifSitlon( 47,7110 00 31.4r.r. 11,03,79 4 ,
0ln91M140 ,
eUSI1P1CATION TOTAL 0UMnI IIIIIIICOIII'OIIATED AaIAI llICOUOIIATED AUAS coa t' ,
/1016101bI1.10
-_ T._. t 14. .11I. ........ .d ..l4. 211.201.0 134,191 M ......., 29 r 11.111.290 ,I

: 61at.11 ban ,.lIDO.10 105.70 ItJ.JO 0 r r103:1O.Z'JI.A _TOTAL ItTWATlP MCTI.ro
? 17.781.80 "-"774mi II 017 71 ,
: ,... ,... .
'n. Mralct.n 1.00.0' 2.116.73 III n I '
n ,..
Del t-4M.lt _zgjL9ix ..
__ 1.41.02n ".11 r_. 1 MnIII I W 137 3 319 711 I I or HTIHAUB mciim 44.141 00 31.014,13 51,334,57 J

1.lt..11. ...? ... IIo.d. tnrnnnr.td 2.43.0 -0- 2x37! 00 I ,' 1 11.0029 -"' ..... _.n. CAIN 1

-1-111.20' "... and Inds: IMlncIraantd 90.100.00 90..00 .11. 1 w
.'i MQWPTOUL IN6T7tt113IwInR
1 1l.0,00
-1Y49m: .....11...... mwn,+ In71 III 4. ,r-- I
j

immm ,umm .tn MLARCEI ...nt otI II.ass,11 11.14' ,

)1)1T01AL e1L111SS ....... Lrhr ./M. 10.Loot.. This 'I.... ,tX\.) j

ItTlNArtaU"uPIa

ISTDtAT1D! tEeElrTS 121.201,00 15 .t9G.10 72 110 11II I1211t TU FISCAL VIA INnING tipmucii jo. 1t7. .

II.2aD 00 tr..10 y1St ....'
1 Itn on
101490CWIIIICAIION: TOTAL COUMTT utlll1CotIro.ATlD AMA9 1I1CoaPIIttAnD: AREAS _COOS

0' I5TDlAnD RECEI" 'IOII.U m 2/O 'ID 711 ".6 JIIIIAlAItcn 4 '.tI'-''''' 1i1 trtctV_M UK 8t4t4 loud of 11oo1' b

.In04lr "2194A.n CAS" 12.000.00 '1.111II.0 ..". 10 I _r Ctooto. 194 07 "....... 9Ututn ...191.00 11..12 ".1.,." 1TOTAL s

LIQUID INVEITT21rCITIA.IFKRS I

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_. TOTAL I5TDtIoIID ualn .um IALIEI 310.141,00 1 '41.'" 10 11.119M .2 J.. ,
APPROa"IAnOlll 45.192.0 27.919 72 17.252.21 J
DI/11.I. Levhd Lo.e tsar ."1,11.. laccod This Yams 1.1'.1...) j
,130100110 :
J11Tlt! VMI COfmilCSHClBS: :

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1
THE PI'CAL YUa 1t1lD11IG IIPrltllJlla 70. 1979ACtUUWT +. _
IIAIISFUIf 'I 1

00,04115, TIOIt Tar "," IIII1NC TED UU' IIIC TEO AREAl tEl Dc TOTAL tUPCtT
.
: ::: : : : :: 49,191.40 12.436,22 17,997 28

1-11.31441 .....11_.. ,. ., 1. 11ltnns 4: '
BUILDING. RESERVE FUND ;
.. 0.12-116-41 and JUry rut ,.lIDO,10 1.011.4' 1.911.30 1O1w "!

0.13-016-45 Court Cwt. 76.1,1 M '12109,14 .03.11 .1..t 'U"'TI or Rtyrnuti HID .CCH>TI .

fOIl TIC FISCAL fAR HDIMC simiiut 10. J 7U.I.UUIH' ;
: 1-1'.11 I..d'."" 1:...... ,o..ft. 1.1.... "1 lie M If .ID II I.IOJ: 47 I ,2
uy:
:. )014.11.17 Srr11baud... andut4 ,.,..... I'u. M 64.W b 31.091 20 1y I 01430 ClAI91flCATICIt TOTAL COUNTY: LwriCOR201ATID AMA, neoafOllATED ARLES.CU1E

; -14.521.21 FIll.. T.... 4. L.. M 1-711 t. 1.114 27 .--J...:! 4.,6-30.100 IIct.. _... 721 241 M' III 111 74 ..-1ft. 'f 1

I 1-1..111. 9.t1.4..r to 374. m 1.1111 1.411.11 J\

',413(.21 L1 ad. N0011' Inaunnrs 3.00,00' 1.031.10 1.10 I ','i' r

)011.111... I........ /ltnM 0.' .' 'IU.. X51 .

I .< mAL IITtItATI1I .alm ,...Del 611.45 ,. 60.,0112,
)-14521.45 Inrnttsatlal. ,......OIl 2.114.12, 1.111.94 '1 r" ---. f
.
4.14421.12 _.......1.-... 04100 ..... 10'..,.. Of!...onIII 00-100.1 01.091.6 1 .,v till' ft 11.11 1,00 6.712 4. 2590.11 ,

9)91) 09 EsTtTIATIO 9UCtlfTt .n no' do; IX.*T1. Ill I'.lit..3JmiA00
0 14116 ....._. 1.1.43.0 11.111E I..41 1 f' I

0 !.00109[ TOtlWD0 .0614 10.446.4. 116,100.17 L H.AILf1 I
4.3.14320.44 11II'-' 140011: Jail 4.Qe.40 1-611.4 1.16.0 t t

0.56-42745 940' 04.111600 Fm I 2.309,00it __LIQUID_11'1ICIfTS' -- ---- .*,

a TOTAL A1rROPRLAT10Nt::: ";:: : : : 121.0,041R.elfS : :J TI/UII3I6/ r t

: : : 1.111,3 TOTAL ITDiATEA "tECUZTJI .*-. IAUICZI'a, 1" 006,001" 70

,01.*Sa .I/TLM, 1oM1'-_ 5....... ...-... ThU ;r..l........) ft
I r TA70ey 1.000.0 ID1.3 11'111 1 1 1j J (Contlnu.d .Jf.a.

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The Hampton Sealer Senior CltlsaM Stephen spell and Chris Merig Wore HAMPTON AREA .NEWS''I".p La* Vegas There she had 4Al 4'
Clthmi Club among !the Altar Boys from SL marvelous time making the acquaintance .
Mans thetfuMMtlntt for Friday, Scot Edward's Catholic Church who
of an uncle she had not Y
1 In the
It should City be JW beginning all p.m. enjoyed! a trip oa Thursday to Wild ", el toreaMcac previously met. of
an InteresUAi time, Waters !In Ocala at the invitation of PIIOIIJell 1..I8-IIIS age he took her sightseeing and Ann ere equipped with five
all about
hearing vacation, travels Father Patrick Folev.. i, colorful appropriate and entertained her royally during her oneweek's different noses, eeen designed
and visiting guests since their last _NI | ln lgnla. Clans role pictures ol visit there. to accomplish/ different task.

meeting June. Andrea Ftenton Aunee Hodges and Last week was Planning Week tar teachers appeared on classroom Evelyn then flew to Camano Island
Joe, Mike and John Meng vent on a Scott William are among the grown the staff of Hampton Element doors. near Seattle Wash and spent three
I
camping and canoeing trip on Friday jp Klndergartaers recently enrolled School Furniture' and blackboards On Friday school personnel were weeks with her brother, D.E. Legal-
and Saturday with member of the In Hampton Elementary School were washed and the rooms readiedfor hosted to Free Coffee at McDonald's McGu IIlale. Mt. Rainier was a lovely! --
Hampton Baptist Church Teen Age 'Happy Birthday to Mrs. Ruth latent the first day of school.<<: School wall* in Starke. Mrs. Betty Allen greeted sight from there. They enjoyed fresh
Youth Group. who celebrated her -th on Aug. 291 and hallways took on a new look with those present and explained Company salmon caught by her brother. They NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OFHEARING

1.1' i i benefits for schools. Included In this enjoyed perfect weather, and the FICTITIOUS STATUTENOTICE NAME ON
USE OF
are guided tours of school children good. PROPOSED
information Evelyn returned few days ago IS HEREBY FEDERAL REVENUE
r.,5 Including slide
BUDGET 4 presenta
Coni. j GIVEN that, pursuant to SHARING MONEY
.. R R BB tions. regarding safety and health" after Florida undergoing surgery! at North Section 80600. Ftorkto CITY OF HAMPTON
Certain Regional Hospital. Her
Company materials also
DOILDIN6 RESERVE FUHD-Cont. '. i irSTlIWITtD furnished for school projects when :laughter and granddaughter Peggy Statute, the under- FLORIDA
,. signed. decking to You notified
..," ., planned In advance. and Ton! llaslett from Centralla. III., are .Hereby
umon' ) have returned home after spending ''engage In buslraea under that at the meeting of the
,,,,. the tlctltlou name of Jr. CIty of Hampton. Florida
to not rucAb ttuia noun ssmrM M. wtMUMMf First one week with her.Hampton .
., "'; Day Food Store, Intend to to be held on September
jn"!Bim_ .,..,,.., C1: 5IIncATOW- Tom,COUHTT wntCOIIKmATtD AKA TECOtfOKATtD$ UlAI' COI*, \V t Monday Aug. 28, proved to be an Lake News register till MId name 13. 1978. the CIty Council
Vrxr4 I".m.. 1 .1"1'' jt K excellent beginning( the school year, with the Clerk of t 1* wiN decide the budget for
111.11. near..t ruM "t.MlIID. 171..11 M y Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lefenvre and
1.nf '",,1-> 'at..h16.10. ,.." ,....of...: I Students and school personnel appeared Circuit Court of Bradford the use of the Federal
_*-"'-.'.' T_,';' T. t- ll.':"r.' f; t.OQO.Ofl -.. IysAt enthusiastically prepared fora children, Nicole and Paul have returned -.County. Florida, Four 14)) Revenue Sharing money

.a. _.,_ 1.t.ott.., r..,.. '_. ..rllllD t1.n, 24 -.1'1.51 I successful and productive year. to their home In Dallas, Texas, 'week slier the fI..tJUblkatlon to be received by tin CIty
Principal Connie Clark after a visit with his mother Mrs.Viola of this notice
...... a. .. ..t_.... .. ._ __ ....... ...._ ,.... .. .I! ... M.IIIR III "."' .::10"" i students reported 188 Lefebvre. and Mr. and Mrs In the Fiscal Yea
present the first day an SUNSHINE JR. beginning October 1 1.
..."..... y_,... ta Mlts _.. 11..1.. ..._ Ilw/.: ..In.lID i.In.n'" ,.. '.J"." I 3jpTAAL i Increase from last year's enrollment. Henry Spell and family. While visiting STORES. INC. 1978
ii i .. Behavior,was very good students they spent three days In the Orlando .A Florida Corporation Al Interested person
enjoyed the delicious\ cafeteria lunch area. They enjoyed Disney World Pat Office Box 2498 invited to attend.
and were happy to see their old again and visited the attraction River Panama City Florida I" Mary Lee Allen

APTSQPa1ATto" "' .0".lID "..," II 1M' .f07.74 friends as well as a number.of new ; Country' which .they found very :32401 Dork

?olin'" CUlTI1ICIIIC faces. beautiful. ,8/244tctig 9/14 8/24 2tchg 8/31/ k.

.. Students were liven copies of the
if" 1''f h" :, to'ie'HHt t School Handbook to take home to .Cystic Fibrosis

nsramtT43A1 f parents. This explains school policies NOTICENOTICE
Breath Of LifeChairman
IS HEREBY
.toward attendance discipline field NOTE OF APPLICATION
IIUDIIft ml.en.m r".1zt" I3.,5rN: i GIVEN that the under. FOR TAX DEED
trips library
usage, Insurance, health Set
requirements. The Igned, decking to
school
calendar NOTICE IS HEREBY
In buclneaa under
.. SOLID WASTE DEBT SERVICE FUI'. are for the to read year is also Included. Parents .Leading their communities In the engage the fictitious. .name d i GIVEN that John A.
thoroughly. i Torode the holder of the
t annual "Breath of Ufe" Door-To- HARDEE TAXIDERMY

HrtHvn or MYDIUH mt urettmme. CanratlllaUo..1The Door campaign In Bradford County d Route 1. Box 344, following certificate: ha

Ida riscAL TIAS. unun urnHsca M" i 79CLASIIflCATtOH I, will be Mrs. Eva Harrell for Brooker Lawtey Florida 32068.intend filed said certificate: for I
Community Church of and Mary Lou Peeples for Hampton. 'lax deed to be Moved
"" "''''If. to register the
HMIL1 : TOTAL Gotnm unmcoeifjaATiB ABXAS 1 LAS IlEY't.t. Keystone Heights was the setting These chairmen will conduct the aid name with th* Clerk thereon The certttlcat:

.J.IIID ,.....,. rr..Ial51.t ....... ..In.lID 1.71.111 '."II.r. : I,., r Sue August Rhoden 25 for and the Wayne wedding Khoden.of Penny their annual communities Door-To-Door to benefit campaign childrenIn for of Bradford the Circuit County Court Florida of number.Issuance. the and description years of

Penny Sue Is the daughter of Mr. Florida with cystic fibrosis. of' property and th*
i and Mrs W.R. Gatlin of Starke. September Is Cystic Fibrosis I KATHY C. HARDEE name In which It wasesaeeaed

Wayne Is the son of Mr and Mrs. Month and the Door-To-Door drive Is 8/17 4tchg 97NOTICE are a* follow:

TOTAL HTlKATtDOf DCU"S ..II'.Oft ..'71.111' Lra .a Walter A. Rhoden of Hampton. scheduled to be held during the weekof
I USS ss' Following a wedding trip to Disney September 2330. OF

! ""II tSTDUJtD KCtlfTi t tI tu..rrl World the young couple will reside in In Florida! there are five clinics: APPLICATIONFOR Certificate No. 78; Year of
I Starke. Congratulations! that are approved and supported by TAX DEED Issuance 197& ;

.4.eyr mIIu..n. a./III I4.17L.m. ..lMr.15 .7W.3S f the Cy&ic l Fibrosis FCJUnda tiOll. Theyare NOTICE IS HEREBY Description of Property:

LIQUID IHVEiTHtMTS Travelers located In Gainesville GIVEN that John A.Toroda. Lot 11 of Blk. 18 In l.T. BCo

Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan returned Jacksonville Miami Orlando and the holder of the *Add. Sec. 28. Twp6-
TRAM rt S
home recently from a flying trip to Pensacola.IBBSBaiaBSlSBHlVBSBSSSB following certificate hall S, R-22. Name In which

TOTAL KSTIMATgP RECEIPTS AMP BA1AMCES __SWa 00 14.01B.41Ottilias .0".11 flied toid certificate: for s, nest: Bill KlondAN -.

Levied LuC I'm ..m... ..'''''.4 ThU Yaaitmmre .....,.3 .31. mBtt B BBSBBSnBBaBnBBKMBHMi MnnaneBBIllineBlBHBMa lex deed to be issued of said property i
jfitmT mmtUEStmBBmmmmttU&BEmVBBUmmmVBMUBmilmmUHlB&BSt thereon. The certificate being in the County or

Union j number* and year of I- Bradford State of
I' I County Ads nance, the description of Florida.Unlee.

txroists. the property. and the such certificate
FOR na FISCAL WAS iimao stntHBts m.' 1979 ;".6. ,-- name In which it we or certificate: shall be re
.
",, uul'lT ; : t nsened ere fallow. deemed according to law
I M
_SEa eunamcATioit TOTAL COUNTY UHlUCOIirOIIATEO AHEAS IWCOKro *n AKAS: CODS I \ I the property described In
IW.A' 't't I 4JJI
'
.caw '.IKSUIANCEMAINRH I .
_450b11 Ytl.1 a' I..d..lld W"1.Ol.mul IO.mn.m tnl} 11II I ,n DO 1.tee : ( t :, Certificate No. 91; Year of such certificate or
2. .
certificate will be sold to
_'-1"-71" 'n...... a I..d..lld ...... 0..1 10.110O.11II 1067.00 I..n.DO I Issuance 1976; f
the highest bidder at the..
PINE FENCE POSTSi 3" ELECT Description of Property:
_.ez-7' 5.urw tar abt S..Ic. 1.01.11II 0.80440 1.121.N I 1I..ter.. T3- ...... Per MITCH BBANNEN INHIHANCEAGKM'Y' : lot 4of Blk. 14 In Lincoln court house door on the..
COUNTY .ere late, call e.D..., MMJ76S808. I I...k. Usurp 41H1.391ft. City Sec. 32. Twp. 6-S.
DISTRICTS<<:
S-S .... Mead*. SERVE iompltte InBuranc Service. R-Z2' ; Name In which 197B. I
PLEDGED TO
is,. Fridat. S/31 Ztcke- .A assessed: Clinton Hill, Sr Dated this 2nd day of
TOTAL AFFHOHmlATlOirSSJESCRVE 4 01.00,00 "14.011/1' '.08'." PERSONAL SERVICES, ...;;;;;- ;- :::'Qt All of a ald property being August, 1978.GILBERTS.. J

POll COHTlMGCtfClBS WILL BABYSIT IN MY Imratdlit cov..r.i. by In the County of Bradford BROWN. '
:
: Fff1BJ4TI4RE : HOME. LlvsWartUaat user ph.... JOE USHER; State of Florida. by Beulah M. Moody
119AIert60t ** 8 .... h9.rpr. AGENCY: 4442120 .. 49tf- Unless ouch certificate: Clerk of Circuit Court
.. Fin<< dirt r<... .n 194)1.) .: _. certificate than of Bradford County.
or be redeemed
$!: IEDROOM,1ibstll..511 /.t LlttU 8.rIa. c.do: R..JM .
TOTAL StrOCCT _21.106.00 14.0'S .08' 39r'r' ....k .wIt .. cad .....Rt. S, 8.* W8l'RA3CF.r: Rlrwrd Inistiraecv according to law Blt74rchg 907,i is1
.. .. ___ __' ,.,. .,.. ,. ." .- ... 1 I.rp' ,b.,.VHA 'erw..d.C..la.tR. 791. Catky O91aSId JtH, "....,. f..'.... the proparty:deecrttMd I In ftma....y .. ,4
'" .' Of tr4 eels r .? .7.xri'fBItNRStIF1toiCOURTHOUSE ... .. .CedI...., 1170 -8.11.FREE. .ad l>..l.r. Bank. ..Mdl... such certificate or certificate ,
.or S.WoL 4th T.r..... Lake Phone 4M! .2101. l.ik. ButlerK77YAMAHA wIN be told to the

DEBT SERVICE FUND 24 Bitter.It s-3I Shaw. S............ a DOOI toBeed ..... 6 highest bidder at the NOTICE OF

.e*. aid ... brad.. .. court house door on the APPLICATIONFOR
taimyf" : or mmuM: Ann KCtliTi' 1_..., (... .oe........Coil 13th day of September '
rot THS FISCAL BAa uroim sinuate 30. 1979 1.o. IliENr.:: : 4M-1MS after.... Itcaa;8- 1978. TAX DEED
[
UXUMf KEY I e>4e) F.O.R' $A Dated this 2nd day of NOTICE, IS HEREBYGIVEN ,or
msoi ClAaSITICATIOM TOTAL eouimr unmcotrtmAT AIlEd JlCO"ORATtD! Aal.A8 '. coos
August 1978.GILBERTS.. that John A.
I0-30l-000. I.......t .51 r..tt mt e.o. 77..309 I or .U'.IIII 1.241.5 1.1"." 1 ron RENT- Ofllm ...... NEED CASH W. boy Je.kwe BROWN; Torode the holder of the -:
.. .kxstod dewatewa Keysleae, plckep ud trvcki. ,1M Clerk following certificate hall d:
jilt( elf Lawreeee .1.... i.d. 810.., Rr Petit 4M-SI51 DT 250Dt filed said certificates for ,

Uiy" ......r. Cell 471407wtekdey .. 495-1829.3/18 ,!. Only 1800 ....It dpi.,... read By Beulah M. Moody tax deed to be Issued 'y
*. t *... S .... mOt.. Like .... S75I>. Cell: .
TOTAL IITtHATtD .aIPn ..." lID 1.241.9 1./4: 01 Ask fer Mr. Whsrte.. CLARKCS SAW SHOPS .".27111. 8/11 Clerk of Circuit Courtof thereon. The certificate: t

1.111 55' 271.00 "'.01 104 It lfsek Cl'iete .......81.. rr llpd Bradford County number and year or ,
rites ...., dreelsr, .....r ------ --- Florida Issuance the description
931 or larounD uctim I-tso.m 1.101.34 T.0r7N ......., ..... awe leave st 1M7 990. David, BrawaTncteri 8/17 4tchg 97NOTICE of the property and the

...._I nnmw _....... e.nLIOVID 'P.ERS I N.A Crews Belter's Sepelf S-rew Jeh Deer name In which it wasasseed
Lake Better, T/1J era earS plaatersi C-rew are a* follow:
uvrsncllTS "."..IID .OXl.17 xN, SJ 1 "
'SERVICES: LOIbtee r.Blna; nkKatoreiHsrrle OFINTENTIONS
,,,10MriaiOHIll" ftAIISrlU' eulld4.1 A Iir5 F..d III ]n.lID .0'.70' 25.29/.x I'IOTA USE THE LAUNDRAMAT 3-ln J.... Deere TO Certificate No. 111; Year

... CARPET INSTALLATION s* HWY 100 fcy 1M Heady Ur* pl wi ._..,; ..rryeJIpUtf TAKE BIDS of Issuance. 1975;
!. UTtMO....D a.mwa dO .u.r. .'M 011170.4l !,,!lOt .
r E...... wed la ail ., w. ..". s ...", dry TBI 3 pelt"It ell bar. YOU ARE Description of PropertyLot
*. ..... L.R 'I.. ....... ".IaoIOII Tk1. Tsar ,.*....> .u.... ............ akkSwerk. .war.. ,.... _.... U. B. ,: 5jOOO llrai. Cull ...-*11. HEREBY NOTIFIED 8, of Blk 1 Ex N. 150
... ........ CeB 8l tpd 9/7
)
4 tie/
....... 4311521, ..IlespJjlL' 8,
fSTIHIITID turorsnroe. ... I I NITRO MCNAIRE 508 Hainptoiy Florida will Hayes S/D Ex R/W Sec 11
FIELD CORN 20 32. Twp 6-S R' .22 Name
m FI1CAL.TW tmaa nrnnis. M. 19791U.UUB1" Appres. accept sealed bid for the ; \
tKOOtt FEK nEEK!; tar ... If. latemud. esUctBill collection of garbage and In which assessed: 1
yIIEI n k.1 edt ABC ...!. ._..... .
< 1i..lu.1 SvHk. Jekaitown, .
TOTAL COUUTT OTIMCOKfOmTtD AMAS IHCOIIfOIIATEB AMA COOn j
: Pentecostal'
CUJlunCATION __. trash. The Contract Church of
TUP.._ ww UM st kern ... all 498SS6T. Itpd 8/31
,......_.. ...._e .4 .-. r......;. ._ .... *"* te.iat.lID 11.7".lID 7 nu-bYh. JM Fenytai, Issssadlate I...... N. awarded will be for the First Born J
........ AH ........, ....rta.. ..eeewary. fer term. Oct. 1. 1978 All of said property ,
\n-ta-n In.....' .,d imd. .-Cmrthau5 hiol :14.111.11II: ro.'I7.111 03,4'5.30 1 _' \ tn\ tl/k. ( ......t... deUlle. seadIIM i SEVERAL. ITEMS, gelid through September 30, Ming in the County of J

,..,....71 'Pin.h. a' ttutma 71.00 ".10 "... 1 CUSTOM MADC -" iTDRATERIESi .ed a .tu .., ....- I. cut ....... SSOi tweteeeaee 1979 The contract will Bradford State of
.III.n IQ _.7t 1 Ve we* slewateakasc ...,.....) ..... t. .. (25 ..., .eh. provide the following Florida.
_10.IRZ.71 hmrw nor DHt Service. 02.395.00 .... el feJkrkw. Free ........ E-....... l-'l 135. flee *t 554 SW ItJo condition-: Unless such certificate I
-........ __a $1.0.. Ice ... R....., .... Street Lake. Betbr 8242t 1. Garbage must be or certificates, shall be redeemed .

-. ..-bl.. 8/14 lIalla 1-14 Steed f-14 k 841. picked up once Per weekon according to 1 law 1

the day set t>y the the property described in
TOTAL APPROKrtlATlONS 1<...M 00 ".'71." 1'.IOt.1t Sanitation Committee such certificate or certl- ,1

USEavII FoR CONrtKClnClIh'!: "1, and the successful bidder.In fiestas will be sold to the j

I d. I .. ., / B1"- 0. case of rain the highest bidder at the .1
a, / .Qi garbage will be picked up court house door on the ;
TRANIPEROI'r 'i onnysEVERY : on the next working day. 13th day of September {

TOTAL BUDGET 1N''.W 011 ..."..41 4A?' ""' .IOt." THURSDAY NIGHTFAMILY" 2. Only garbage In 1978. 1

Ht. At': ..(.: lr"" ,. "J' U plastic bags will be pickedup. Dated this 2nd day of ..
.-- ."" ". ., .- .\ .". ,,: .. ., ,). ./ .All container must be August, 1978.GILBERTS.
CAPITAL OUTLAY FOND "' NIGHT let in the driveway or BROWN

some other convenient Clerk
rsumrr"OF ftmnct: ma ttaimroe. ,, place near the roadway. By Beulah M. Moody
y __ _
;\ ... 5:00 Iii 9:00 j
,_ .....\ .... .... .. .... .' ... THt riscAL YEAS siroiwo UFTIHIU to.. l>79 ." .. ,I ,r : : 3. Trash (limb, old Clerk'of Circuit Courtof
tire leave, etc.) will be Bradford County, d
,
"" "' '''. y... .. OU'Y;
mwa[ CU561rtCAT105 'rO'I'AL COUII'rY IIIIIBCOIIPOllAT1O 1111 ,1IC0IIIPOIIATID .unl COO' picked up week a* Florida 18/17 .
.
,y:1e4""oo0 -. tnt..r.flt on g.ittflcm .an OrpoiH 14.17'.11II '.Dft.OI ,, I.....M I N.: arranged byte successful 4tchg 97NOTICE.<, ]
/ bidder end the I
.- Sanitation Committee. An r .
I limbs cut to a maximum --' ...1
of four feat In length eNtrap .
',,TOTAL HTPIATBOSZCttTW: to ,u M ..m. K 1 .;.: .. must be placed by

LESS St' 741 M 10'.ZO' \ .>...."(.. SONNY the aide of the road. OF

9 51 or truMATEB sjtctirr 15.1x.0, ..0n.. '"'.'. eELMoIICo 4. If the job II not done INTENTIONTO
,. sstlifsctorlly, the REGISTER f
...._1 .nileIII'' _",..D, CASK 20.000.00 I.134.00 >.M4.00' t Sanitation Committee will FICTITIOUS J

LIQUID IlIYIsnc" fli.4..m. ...Hs.tlZ.M.TKAKOTM 11.140.11 STEAK warn the successful NAME

$ bidder In writing. If not Pursuant to Section
Srl C'' 199 corrected promptly, the 86609, Florida Statute), ,
TOrA!. IS.O RlaIft5 .m IAUllCEI ria au 011 149.615.111 "."r IIOILll. contract will be considered notice 1 II hereby given that Z/

.. U la4.Lye T.ar ... .... ..'Iao..(.. Thl TIM .......) I SPECIALS I breached end the he undersigned Alice \

next bidder in line wM be Arwood. 1530 W
S notified. Madison St, Starke FIs.,
UK.V S .t '
UTI..YfO
.
'. I I. 5.The City reserve the 32031 and Lewis M. Ayer
roe. not rucAL iJ. ttnaa scrrniu 10.ALLUUlf 1179 I I / STEAK IMII POTATO MLA -
MOTeilsg right to reject soy and al P.O. Box 1233 Starke

C1MS'nCAT11M TOTAL COUUTT UIHHCOafOSATt* AT LAS lUCOKfOHATtg MICA COOtf Mole. Fla. 32091. doing

.isles .... _. J .* i -EAT-OR-TAKE- Bid must be turned but"LWlder" : the firm
n.U!." ....._ (_CO w1. M.. 515r3 "t __.100 00.. 1.40000 Moths City Clerk by 7:30 name of "FLOWERS/ BY .

11-150-40 y,.tw''. t1e,4.aeM5.. _Mf 119 Of I04))(.) I..IID'. -- ,,,.'M..7t M.M1 n IN OUT p.m. Sept. 13. 1978.AI LARRY100 Call :!
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.. fJ.X: \ I' -C? bid must be sealed end treat.,, Stalk; Florid

... wil be opened at the 2091,Intends register
onnf6: regular City Council aid.fictitious nm under

_' **.*".as ....tHJUOLOI .71 ....H. Meeting September 13. the provisions: atom.
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'IVfAL 1978. aid tauite..'

;:u... !iI.I' I Rea9it3arQ Mary Li.Allen Alice Arwood .LwU.
i P.O. Box 20HllmJlton. M."Ayer. owner

Twmw1"I ,. u. fit. lasted the :,1.t day of

.. ,., ..2301.UMPLUIL M4-M40 STMKEri0. 32044 August A.D. 1978. at
JIgU(, __ ... J ._.1".. ''ID.'II.7I ..Ut.1II Stark. Florida.*

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,nl aa SB II. I" ..... Nartfc' HONDA 5K.. ,.lea. MKKCUKT: COUBABi: 171. ""riA' 9""BSIEfP'T'iU Iftp. :; G 7
100"'. 47V11M ar 4734701LaagaaAaya. brlU : ID ,.; JOBS TRAVEL Paj. 2175 r...... tM84087ltpd raaa partect. *1.041avattjr >. ..- .... with khtah
(ICED: BABY .BITTEBi.... ttacky gR II ... ...... ..... If ...... ......... Ma sad w__ ..Scat.1.700.SII1URUEOPSVARLR IB N. 8Maa4 ........*bawl ... .*.....,!4 4i 184.7778

rak.... lewr ... -.. >... SMOSIE105 era ...... ta. .... UJ. y.. ....8.Piw.. M4.. ......,MO 11:. Late*, raHONI LC
..., Ireaa TiM ..*.. I. 1,10, FOR SALE .....- .IOLINSIi Amy.. Cal ......, "..nil. i..... ItH 1mA"2JLlAa. FLORIDALucilla
..-. M... u.... rrl ...... al.... traa ...... 3 BB, t .ALES. ......... 0,.. ....... 8/24 ltp41131BRADFORD :n; .; er'
nmi- wbe kM ..... .<. ........ CHA., ....(.. 11 M. ,-..:! .,. ..,.... .' aatkartMd 8uaJU dialrPkaw .. OA3 TANUi i, C.c.ta Tarwtl>a j

baa*.. 4731241 a/ ........ dark aa rl... Eva hiss, .. ......... COINS WANTED 1964.islip ....... Ot) 'f 1sT; CenRer
lay SSIWANTEDt .%. ... wart al HOSPITAL la |M1 BeaMk bStarbej ; haw Beam atui P.... NIT IpryAixoclitt
US 17. Cat Taai Baaay 4713028. ..Pay 81 JO lei. year.81Abet .. ......... *...*...... laP W.BARLEY. .kg .$...... 114 8/31
Berate*. tfa 8-11 .bg bay sled kahiaa, aN'.. LPN'. aad ........ 131* MOBILE HOME
...,..... ........ ClejCawety lgM Jewelry. ,....Pkeaa. 884 Pwaa. eealac* Mrs Ivey.. e..... 138,faraWeed,1BB 1 CONCOBDiiaiilad. ....... Libraryaaeda FOR SALE.A..... trill, I.6280 after 8 p... Tr.... Durk,.. el N...., IN..*.... DAVIDSON, 1 ill bath, FAB. 1* It. awdwi FOR
a LUBABT CLEBB: W-8awaaaa list. Ataai*. 8000 *... 14O. Ee.al 0tta.ky .... 1171.p.rtgaud] .....*. ....*.... .../.., all. wheel*, ...... ..Pbeaa 84.B04 f KB US
C..ta.a W.J. c...... A.*law.. IOO daw.tad 31f I ILISTINOB WANTEDI: I niBradlerd E..",.. 8/11 telCld33sifiect "", 3l OO.Pkeee. 48S-llfla aMaiS wukar,et/3 sa.IM, fata.. >after B p.a*. twIg. 8/H, b VA* .rHA
D........ ..0. Be Ml ar .-....Call: Tawj Baaay, pad aarraaadlai pj. try. 814BULLIIOXEB kg sky 8B4SB, P...... *M. PKK-UP TCTPCBi B tt, ,..INANCINO.INAHCED
t G).*.. Cave ........ .471 47340S8. Ua H7.53.MUSCADINE ..aatla.. Need .....,. ,, ..". 3/31 a... 8/7 a.ed ..- '-'-. .... Pkaaa '

'*1.. ..*. Ul. 1 Ikg tar lara..4. wad..tdpsu ... : ;JE Q, ,t';: THREE BEDBOOM. 1 ball I44-M49 altar T .... Itpd I .

ajravee. Ad .... .. /SITHOBOVOHBBED
black aaw aarpet.*J ,
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FOB SALEi I llacl.. AND 1..4.Fl..isOL.l.II [ : OWNER
.. ...... OakieeitllattNM37482S4 : \\SUYIC $ .,.,,; 1014 W. Pratt Bt* Stath*. BR IBLjati
1
Uaatar ...... rap lei. BCUPPEBNONO CBAPES I|I. .*..u. firing ResultsTWO 8/11 3tadl 212 Radgrovej .
..... ......., ar pelt. YM pick SO .-.. ..* B yea weal'M WOBK GEL >INwr .............., Llttto U. Santa Fe-618.500 w '
I 1.-.....M.aata par lealAltai ,..... 7 .... ..... daub I 1..0.| 8/31 ....... 321IWANTEDi ., .. .. Baal .duw, btadalaartoia 1043 MOBILE HOME, :,. I* bud. SA yr .... ,Let Mar Klnattay. Lake 11A..$.....
1.I 1/4 ..... 15 aeal pei. Esp alckkig. Ie! 1'....._.. ," d. ", laimllagPkaaa Jin*], Gad ..... ........, bat. .. area* ....... ... .. Pbaa. ,Warslow.7004' CB BMg MO.OOO.
I, .....CsU 47........ Itpd 8/31 LII,.'. \1.'.... 8511111.8tad ,v..... giIkaaUar '( : Musk.64.6230.. tl/kg" aw AC aad aeber.. pkei. 184801 ..,..... Itpd 8/X1 Lawtayt Star ft Living Otrt. .::10....
aiaet be la leM .._. .1.... Pkeae 484VM47.
I'FOB' SALEi AKC .......... KH 817811. 'lekape. 5085.000 BTU'a! r'I""*' ,, )"i"'ioi'ft.. : : I f W"iiL8UU'T la .] /'y.II'A811VIIE ,Block al Moret fully rented Stark
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D....weraeed... papal' .......Hat .... FOB BENT- ..... .... ( P...... fM-alll. Itpd 8/11 ...- "0-- .. .' .ha*>.. Pkra 1n...... ./ MORTGAGE TOKK; ) JmLD1NGIG. Homo 11 rooms 1 baths limit

***.. ..aut.31 ......... .ad -...... .fBR. I.... IllTRACTOR .. ..,...,. isis,.... US 31 ... $1 142' 1/J Duos maids city
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CeJ Sprl.S Laba. ISM p..alb .. I| WANTED TO BUTi Ba l Il18Arrth.,....had.eai 3X8 Zaejad CaaaaMeaial: ... Lake St. 827.110.
Naata. aatbeardaaadltlM. ...... 0... BE DB OOM WORK Large,.. ..... wish 1 1/1 batko.Caetral .P.0. .Baa. NI.1 (24 Lake St.. 813,750.: :
VOH' .SALE 14.000 BTU 1S.OM Allaaadltlewer. ..._.... raaalrad. I. ,..... 8848131. .,......., eerpet, AC<<:. awll Jab.. .1....:. *wlagbafb .,.... taeaterf LakaBailer. .k.,1F/eh5. 120 N. Tonal '$.000
8130t lied 3/31 Pkeae. MM-5045 er 8944172.Itckg ; ., ..... ,
all Cal 4714151 ar 1478-7188 Ioel. Pkaa* JbMjMirtte. P. M44S84. lip 221 Templet Store house apt.

BTU eiadltlixr Hetpelat.....$... 1 ,... altars....ar .......*. tla I WANTED Fear ....uW. .. 0131COTTAGES ,"-1130. tl/ebg. 8/31 llTTV daaa.. waVk lar (01 PINCWOOO DRIVIi 'Good looking Interiors

.Id. __..., *150>>| IS a.rary.rol.r H. .l3 IIILAND .U baOd. .k... ... Phi. i Faraleked. ,. EARLY' : -CHBISTMAI.. MOBILE HOMCi 1171Chaajptew. Rudy ... Slga*. r..... with large) room, slicing kltchan.
... ; lliM. II. I I
(ISO
... a, FOR SALEi Sub Hrrw. 471-1111.: 811lubg lira Ldrs..M.5.. ec 717 WEST CALL Tatttfully dacoratad, modem
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.. d 1/14 3/31
_.... .w. lltM kmdaer. K.'..*.. H.I..... Nla 9114APftO. C.,...1 ....... AC. dud. SHOPPERS eitriaay7 bath, CH/A, HOt 4.. ... Itpd
...... ... kitchen''
...... WU .. ... I I .* Ged Is. .... ever .,..... al.
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...*.. Silo far aa Uactila ....... eaad ....... aa Ida
...... Pkea. .......... ... nlkbb. ......... aa.....*. ......08. ..... 5I112H1alter LANDs 40 acres, bom, traitor 855,000
..4 Mil .. | H I -'MebDe' keaUi ..... *.25/.....|,. P...... TOUR LOTS .......
473471 I... t .. 6 ..... .I...*. S... .... ...... ..Wll pick 4734531. ../...( Dhtrikelir. a law bea>ndally. S .... Itpd I/SI Cbany Adblw std CfcwiekSta. 28 acres near Hampton Lak
tk- ap.OLIN8 ....
4734011 .!Ur 1 p.. 1 Uk.. ....1.. kaaiaa. .... .... ... 554 MOBILE* HOME, F.r ppt. 84 108.71 ft s ."... II.a. TAX ADVANTAGES urge Apt. bWo. fully.

.11I1 "_..... a ...... Priced taMil BALES, 884 508. 0,.. 7daya TWO APABTMENTSi I 871*. ./31 4tekg 8/X1/ 15738 NOBMANDT BLVTJ. ...... ..... ....... prlea.CaB ranted

with tora .... tZOO ..... .//... .' 1R. ... 1 II. farateked. JaekeeavUla. SB* ... 'm. OakiMvlle 378-7138, IKSSENT ROAD. 11 New horn on 1.1 acres
FOB SALEt 171 Ckevr:. eI.... .. 840 par .-.... a ... .,.... ..1'.....*... Pkea. 384- BITTY DOES NOT work/la; N. lOB II. a. _... 8/34 Stake 8/7 l)ler4BRlBCH4LAofl1/2acr.
31401 1171 P..... ACll CccaaiarclBl.......aa SB' 8071. Itpd 8/31 .*. Bad .... 8a Pakitar. M.Cb1kd'Rd. Cl: ..... 404 N.. WALNUT 2 story older homa beautiful
... Ade.. A.... .,......... Owacr 4734175. : -
11 ; 8/24 Stpd 8/31 '
... IdsT I if.URD 1 I ILOOT ..... ...... *t3..*.. Pkaw. 10BXA7 aero lotEUCLID"
4734470ltek,3ll SITIOI..halald.
Knataae a... *. 8/1 5lckg 8/11 : MOBILE HOME with. tw* .
-- 7"1 ...ftt !2.. .. LkaHad EPPERSONi Dowblawld with .xtra*
I AC: ..00/.......
kdreaie, .1 N"PAINTING. Pat: THBEE BEDROOM, Cl apt O A TO B 713 LAURA STt R.modoled hem
FOB SALE 1177 Plat* HELP W"'NTED. DOGS Pbeea. 84-8253. ling. 3/31 .a*.day ........8.. Rudy *. ..... with I batk. lat,. ALUMINUM... 4810 N... COMMERCIAL ApproK 133': on 301 S. connecting
..... RaU krewa. '
Stettew Wage. AT. ...C., AppUcatlaaa. s.ptdu wltbHaatlay ...... ..Ir... Cerate* FURNISHED APT tkre. W.... Flu Mrk... Pride'. ........ca/....aa aye aarmad. IStb 8t, G.......... Pkeaa with 1 1/a acrm
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aaialcyaiaat I I .. TF T/B tf/
Velar. ...u.. S. M. 3714717. M.* 1IT7 Sat, *dy Ph..9844002. / -
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July Faad I...... |Skpkrd. / CelHe era ...... 401 Walaat St., eft HAMPTON LAKEi SophUllcttod horn*
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.war....... "AT....... .C.a.,...na...* Apply Midway Star* N..51.Stpd ....., ...... 7 .... ..1eI.I tract .....1.., .. pate. .kj I..... 831BLOCK HOUSE OP 412 LAKE STi Neat home a separate Apt.112,500.

a.....*. P... 473-4470. S/ll lIT I I List I. Bd vwlalty. .sad MarkleeStarll .1 OldLawtay P...... 944-S48S. Itckg 1/11 BAR LANDCLEABINCiDaser :: / HOME wttb 3 Bad. VACUUMS May......d 1021 PALM. Attractlv bomb CHAA ,laroa '.'

8/31 work .large a4 ...11! ... .*...... Uaadcklaa lancad lot
ltd* im CMCplAap. 3...... wkk 12
SALES aereiI
FOR Reward. Pbs Iwo
Tw
I ** COUNTRY LIVING. .. .......... Para commercial
J...*. Pk... 488-282. ,.17 5J4 W.' MADISON. Zoned
Pkaaa 471- lead. Carpet CHI
8250.
844770. Itpd 1/31 ....1'... trailer. .H 8 a.m.I. ,.
FOR BENT OflUe *...;;; 4239. Itpd 8/11 ... let. private,. tr-c"t P...... 783-W7T. 1/18 ../... ... aeeerlaa far allwale 311,500 FURNISHED: Doubltwlda MH on high
......... K. ...... vary ayalaaia. 404 N.W. with baautllul tr.... Rd.
LOST DOG 10 year .I. Pbae. 844-0718 alter 5 a.**. and dry 1 1/1 acres':

L_...... .Call...1.. 473-4107 Mealier. FOR: SALE KayataaaHclgkto I I bleb .hr... Walker. aad. .. wackcad.. Itpd 431STARKEi TIRED klDi7. c.op....HIGH A.pl"REPAII... Bar. FOR SALE: 1(74 3 11Bete r.lltb..... Ava.VS-Ills Oalaaevllla.. ../.... 100.
..1. ... .. ,
.4 Waodad. .... left l., la H. area 8p..albla. RcdmaiMobile
vii. hip | a Vk.
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ekdeye. t jm. p.ae. ..
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Praace
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Owaar Snail
et .bt..*White...eI. Oak 471.alolr'.. 4714753. .''Will.*..*.. .. ...1..... Pkeae(848S73 .bcdr**. ..*.*., aa pete tw ,. .la ppllaacM.Keaare P.........WUrlaa J72.1WM*.. Home. 1500 down 0' CHAIN BjatarU.D.LINK It yeajraalt PENCE. ads : )I'' R/s Bryan Florilund Really :'

WANTED TO RENT 4Ukg. ... .a.al. .. .84.&831. lUkg FlrM aad .last ...Ik'. reel Take up payment .
I, Calaeivllle. 8/24 3tpd tf *.. last...... ........... 313 N.T..pl. Av..
Y..... werklag ...... wltkeaa 8/11 .ad. ...Plra4k. Ie ad 1117. 7.Call 964-8M1.1.ptd Free .......... a...,...*. Real Estate Stra. ,Fl 1..
UM aad aaa dglaakbf FOB SALE Twa wlagbackaiaUUBg .. / 8/31 I
vac .
..... L SKATEBOARD, "LESSONSi N.. Paa.c.,844-8M83-18 TFtkg. 1111 N. ..plAv.. 8447700 :
far t ar 1 BR ........ 1 ala.ki Itpd 3/14 PIANO I
ki ....... _..., .r Ukaettlaf. ..bad. weed ...1 1aiattra ,I W...... ....... .....1.. .cbtdallif. Nell Maaaakeaa ......., Fla

Baeaakle rat **** ... aaa baa 8.... Crai:: top, blush. grip ON LAKE. 4851175. Braaierckfldrm :f.OR\S l 884-8788 .k. .b..at Saajpiai I....
:eedid. c:.. Wad. tfcra Bat .prlagt S ........11..chajr. ..... ....._ ft4-85ll, hub. F....*...., 1BR. Vast .by .. ........ 8-... 4tpd.. \, SIGN PAINTING rut, I -I 1 sera well, pimp, I ervrkpmat

....ere> p... 471-1768. lUkg. Few ...*....-. ..&IeIe.. I,8/11 year,.IU'..... pki.skis. ..a.. n ACRE:: LOTS Ready U .....,.nte....Bair at .eftJe. ISO aajp .....Ic.. !. -
1/31 Cal; ."' 174. Had ..111l.tJNGCI1AlUP .q I... Pkeae 533- 8/31 11 1 .11.. Wet elHatptM. Wall Flea M........ Friday, Tw. ...., bout, with
----- Mild ew. ... ......,.TPabg.BAHIA . .. US.
Sit ,. .re. ,
'FOUND IS FT. ../.... REMODELING a4arpcatry .3200 ...... 82j850 i cee Gil Isrbre.d trial.1.V.
WAMTEDi L7cl 1151.. FIBERGLASS BOAT with. 3kp ...... el all. trpe. ... ..... .. .. 48S-1851. 301. ..**..*., partly. 1 rcntvrad
..had ........ /.. .. ... Pkeae. 'RAILER T, O. .. HAY Argmtkia.. !. ii..... living.Gra4 .
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., Evlarade t ..44111.PM. .. ..
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N. kern* ra Itckg 811NEW ... -3BR,
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....*... ...pl.yn.tM.lt Home< and BuildingMaterial. Klagilay L.... Free waterad -- --
p ill-2H4242 kava geed .......... I .....*... 3 0/a>...... W.k, HAY 8145 ran pktap. U/.fcg" I pnpartjr. US301.rattSt I old. iw... with I
.*.**.*.... ........ .. Pkaaa 531.2281. ../.... TFckgBILL'S. 1130 ta 81.75 at....(.... _. 1 BR, S .batblack. CM .. W.I... 8,. Prkcd

.......... la .asbl..rybulp.L -WE BUILD- I Pkaaa "."911. 8/31 lUk. ..... .. *>ll. .
Ours i SE. SAW SHOPt c.mpl L. -- '-
.. YourPlani Or TWOlJEDROOMFaraliked. ..n1i1'i
Will .1. ApplyBcyetaee .. lar ......,.. -Oil Crillla Lisp. t BR ..... .
.. ... .U krpealBg arvlc*. ... .llea \ 3 BR.3 bilk ".e. .
AkpnPOl Your Lot Or Our ale .eI. laLawty. DELHI Il BOAT, 13.S It,. ..... .. with.. .. 20 acre*. .
\ 1131C. I Irralar" had. .. IeI.. ...... .te.ItILLINOTON Iran, I .crc lot ar M heals
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FREE ESTIMATES ETA POSITION i Clerk .* ...., ...... ....4. hell.gr..d ......... with. Uv ... 4., STUDIO AI.,2 uri let.. EZ lreBelMfcig ., -- --
Salary ..... .. ....... N* .IlltU*. D.,... e. ... laitrl.treUw .. ......
Sid ...1...... ....... well, a., ( ....TI71. TF.kg .n."Dltf" .1.
Itemodeling n SB 100. .
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RENT Twa kedreaa.taralckied 4,369.60 ..rI,. Lecated atFaedSteaap ...qulr.d.160.ate ,. 18 .bans JakaaeatraBw. .let* M .BR.kaifce. ..1 1/I icr. I.
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..... *a L.... Addition 0 I I Office Starke.Grediutlee '34..781.1179. Itekg gill M JukMa BalMlag.*.. Hclgbtatlch Ii. .h .. Aaklag. 5M.. P".. BUILDINGS' AU 9R130 ...... Rd., aadCavatry Urewlng area.
Stwke a.t. UTILITY
CI_..Available. bit week :: C I.".
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to A...... Call 47J.Z4S5. Homes Bought : achael; ead Ireei..etaadardklgk .! SEVERAL APTS i eaa -ii. L.::.:..:.. __ '"-71187. after S pj*. Itp4g31 .......1 ........, recap. -1 .. 50 acr*.. '..*..184.77OG.

..,.. Sold. = TradedACREACEFOR. .'clerical. er typlag. yr. lralkd. ka. .Ul..... ... ......, ..... wltcka. ,B,..... .'......sets. lac.....*. I Vsrsl.P.Odom. RIRrg
ALCOHOLICS _
.. ... fleer. ..
r tenet water .........., 1110 ... I .Red E. .
ta SALE. Tw .
FOB SALE F.......'. 7 111 ., ad ability type aieath with. ISO ANONYMOUS! Ph. 844 YARD dey* Delivered aed met ap.Fkuattig .Deablewlde. 4BR, S Br.k.rEven. .
werd. ....... Apply at 8190 per ......... .S.pt.I.I..U I .
(.. ...-....IU.... with. SALE: Fla. State per Enpleyecet ..,..... P..... t04-0110. 1894. 884-8582. nekgREMODELING. FricUy. .. .. ...........ap ta 48 ball., .ll SRIS.20 .. M4.5475
track air .I... ._t-.... *adtWrBMtal. 6/24 Xtpd 8/31 Sp..515Ab.Rd ..atba .. .." 00 .!**ssvalkbb. .I Port Aadr..*
Olllee I. Old Caarlkeaie:: Cletke*. ....**...1. .it..,. Sacakl el SUrke, saris. B.II... arc.s.28 .
.500.Pb.. .. 471HIT. 964-6853 I I Stark., Itckg 8/31 BUILDING tad rapalre. .... .. Itpd $/31 AianlaW.. 98..7139
Itad Sill_ 'I FOR RENT- Ofllce pMa, New .kttckia. .. ..(..., lash, K440l er 804-4021. tl/cbg/ act.,. 3 BR, .brick. Janet 8.rlol
SOt South
,>OM 8...*. 14 ft.akiajkivai Highway kwted dowitrwa. K.'....., ....*. Brick. blck. PETS FOR BALE,." ARC: WVNTdtT.ofs.: : ......... AiwcUte 782 3ftge,
...... StarkeMOBILE' .aacrete. Flraplat. ...
bit wltk .1 WORK t .11 Lawrwce Blvd. aad Cklawae.. page, 5 week. .
... ..... YARD L-; 4734807 petlallet. GrlllliCatractlaa .... I ... .... ,.I5'SOOAL80., -Flik. .*... SaBpaLaka.
7 I/I'ka eyrd.r.ketrk Trimming ., ...... Call 3100.P.... 7824040 ... E. .
Ht4g ... ktt
start ...... ......., wmkcUye, ( .J*. 5 ..... akaaa' 471 .... Itpd 8/31 two ( ea .
Lawn Raking sad
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T'/. SI.. at 10,000
471-2578. Cal::
sad tiaJUr. tad ... M50. HOMKSKRVICK Lawn Mowing Ak I.r Mr. Wkartea.tlackg. 2108 ar 18000. Pkeaa. *84- 08l. arS04850a. .1 f -5....., SR230.29 EI ITHOMASREALTY
..... 4711137. It ad 831VUBNITUU --------- MOBILE HOME LOTi
Parking Lot TFckgSEWING ....
: aietel,301 N.
POLtS CleanupFREE SEWING MACHINE: 110x230. ...10 Bait, alt. aH \

UNFURNISHED HOUSE REPAIRED. AB ..kid .' ..It*. 1'.... Lea. I1J50Iak -Merfaa Rd.. 3 BR :3 '
100 AMI* \ ESTIMATES 2BR with. laailly reeaiUllty .u.d. .Ued tad ..........' tab aver fayniat el MACHINE; 811 N.rih Walant St. I
...., air. _.... 17.Wrk. ........... Jut. 85440eieatk.. W... P.O Service Bed .*... ladaitryaad wrta.Cnwlerd Stark.Flarldc 32091I i
; s; : SUNSHINE ACRES ...*., ..rp.' .ad *...... N.. S...........*.....1 MrgiR Be* 11. ......,. lip .beat ..,... All wish Read, 85 acre* 944-4142 "
WINIRINOPr. P"on"", '64-76" ..t. 3lfs/a .alk, Pkaa. .*d. ... Hwy 18. "/... 8/11 .......*...10. A......, US .la>*reved. ......., lc4 I F....rl> AJ.Tkana. \
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I Rep.Frank Wnu.m. (lop) speaks to tile crowd from the- photo exchange. polltkal phllmophle
Lawtey old strawberry wharf. On the left but not left out rally, '
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of the campaigning.Ix,year old Brooke Riven the flrat On the right, making good ....- of y
grade daughter of District 25 challenger Tom Rivera. school board candidate Jim Lawson ;
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County commission candidate Paul Meng with his sign from rally to rally, in
back to the camera, and Mark, Adklns (In the center of
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Before Big Crowd at' : \I:


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Charges by Tom Rivers of Clay through by subterfuge, presenting flto race challenger ;
County that incumbent State Representative them as a harmless measure the commission of
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Frank Williams, of District correcting a mistake In a previous ploy" by planning :: &-
25 "is rapidly losing his credibility annexation act switching: several. of funds to keep
with the people" were the nearest acres between Hwy 17 and the Buck- in an election
approach\ to fireworks at Lawtey's' man, Bridge from Duval to Clay Incumbent .
Friday political rally which attractedthe Williams defended his action stands for better! -
largest crowd of the current cam- Friday night by claiming the TU news taxes and home 1 & J

paignI...projdCount9w. .' "' *the.hlndof .. toward a' better..
I ",,',\I,:.::.."Rlvirbr" 'BCIiCWnfy'hlrinstructor ...*'Yepraentation*your'have- in ,Talla-'u, and road t ; ; i '
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making his second attempt hasseene, said, "The Duval ,dole- Paul Meng._ ; Jockeying the desk oat the door',are assistant state attorney's Lm Registerand Ii
to unseat third termer Frank Tom Elwell, back toeamera..vnU.ator.Wlley. Clark chetk: : : the squeeze
I I Williams, of Crystal Lake read from through the do< a Sept. I' front page story In the Final Rally Set Saturday in
Florida Times-union quoting a, Yawn cited a. long history of ad. ?
I member of the Duval County legislative Candidates will have their last chance to mount the soap 1 mlnistrative agency encroachment ..
delegation as branding Williams primary political rally Saturday night, Sept. 9. Into facilities for court related purposes -
"an unmitigated liar." Scene of the grand finale will be the BItS football and added that II Is lime for the :\
from speaking set to start at 7 p.m. Hamburgers and drinks will : court to laY a firm "NO." He said the J i
The rough language arose a .
of tan Club starting at 6. changes the commissioners planned "
raging controversy ovel"l94 acres
would Impair court functions. i
ex-Duval County land lying just south
"Continued i acquiescence in
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of 1-295 between SR-21 and U.S. 17, gallon is so busy trying to steal their t/K encroachments would amount such
which Williams had annexed to Clay way into Clay County (via JEA's trrp surrender by the Court to the other '.
County by special legislative act at proposed coal-fired power plant) they two branches of theme powers vested
the Instigation of the Clay County didn't notice what was in the bill. b>' the Constitution In the Judicial
Chamber of Commerce. Williams declared he presented the branch as one of three equal separateand "
I Several members of the Duval delegation Duval delegation with an aerial map coordinate branches of government
said Williams got the bill of the disputed territory, which The concept separation of the
plainly showed the area proposed for t w .
.. powers of government In which our
annexation. Pursuing the issue, Constitution is rooted would be
River asked the crowd, "How can } demolished and constltutuional .
this area develop any political clout in $ '" know It would be
,, ::,. government as we no
the legislature with that kind of representation .
?" He said Williams was an '. ,' .... more."Obviously then if the Board. In the ,
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Park businessman who
Orange spent
executive
I exercise of its legislative '
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more time In the Clay County metropolis of .
.I'. powers.. can unilaterally appropriate :i
"than he does in his home ,. .. 1
I' l ,. hearing rooms grand jury room. f
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county etc, and assign
School board deposition rooms
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The crowd applauded the challen- t
then it
them to other nonjudicial uses
chat with a ... "
with hands
and challengee still
ger follows It
that
IIIII necessarily can Just as
sticky from eating plates of juicy Lawtey rally .
5 well evict the Court from Its court-
Thursday, $ept.7 chicken barbecue. candidate, stuck Assistant. state attorney Len room and chambers and assign the
Williams continued his outspoken board stand and Register worked up a sweat moving a space to others and thereby preventthe .
Strawberry Swinger opposition to any gun control legislation government : desk and all accompanying furniture courts from operating altogether.Such .
Square Dance and said he was glad the Department District 2 county from the second floor grand Jury room a prospect: Is indeed frightening
Open House -7t30 p.m. of Corrections director Louie date Jesse to the copying room on the first floor. to contemplate.Control of the Judicial
National Guard Armory Lee, Wainwright was. present to heart "fight to the do th. branch by such an expedient was not
m <( softness on prisoners and proclaimed added the 1J1L1 20 years, outlined the Court' not be suffered the order continued.
Saturday Sept.t "I'm .not going to vote the' short end of authority refusing to allow the Yawn also mentioned space could
another dollar for the prison system getting'what they county commission: to reallocate be made available to the state l
POLITICAL RALLY t' while needs there are" so many other unfulfilled county taxes office space designed for: court use attorney and or public defender by f
7 p.m Mark Adklra '.
at Candidates mingled with other candidate, said he "Although the care for the court converting into office space a storage
Ii BHS Stadium citizens before the'rally munching on knowledge to run house as a building I I. generally a room on the northwest corner of the I
first' floor of the courthouse
bar-b-cue chicken sponsored by the government. function of the appropriate administrative ;
11 'Lawtey Volunteer Fire .Department. authority.the use of the reassigning apace on'the' second
Monday, Sep .11 t', ? like waste andw used rent free the
by
floor being
now
E and prepared by Inmates from spending. courthouse or courtroom for the per
Correctional Institution. The formance of functions Is Parole and Probation Office providing
County Commission Lawtey District 2 'Judicial ,
f:10a.m. supper served 300 and along with a Norman promised generally within the control of ,the space. In the old courthouse. I'
i : Budget Hearing cake auction helped boost the firedepartment's (See Page >> court" Judge Yawn quotes. (See Page J/\)

p ; I 1130 P.m. building fund. -i h
One of the cakes brought comments

!\ Brooker 7:30 p.m.Tuesday.Sept.il Council. from River who both cake bid Rivers said$50! for his and a six-layer campaign Williams.chocolate $7.75 Million School Budget Adopted iii

L ; supporter* were going to freeze the -
cake for a victory party. William not
I First Primary to be outdone sala he would buy back After two hours of discussion last Service budget and$363.425 In Special in unspent Capital Outlay Bond Issue capital outlay. $74.879 in other J
:' VOTING the cake after the election for $100 and Thursday night, the Bradford school 'Revenue Funds which is spent on funds. Expenditure of these funds will, expenses. 41.619 for replacement' .of Ii
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I Poll Open II give It to the people of Lawtey. board unanimously"approved a $7.75 Instructional.1IJ'IIOI't' services paid for be decided upon after an expected equipment and library books.
million with vocational I education fund October building survey team looks The operating budget Includes only !
I i lam.p.m.: Speaking from the old strawberry .. budget for fiscal 1978-79
over local school building needs and $115.713 in reserve for emergencies
(
represented virtually as presentedby Business $9,049). Comprehensive Employ
Crosby
wharf Jimmy
-BUARC Kenneth "Buddy" MacKay. Crosby Manager Eddie Douglas. ment Training Act <( i. Membership Meeting said MacKay Is one of several legis- Douglas requested new secretary and the Elementary' and Secondary Building projects listed In the recommended. for reserve by the
7:90 p.m. lators who have been marked for the in his office, but presented the final ,Education Act ($319,138). All the budget include $248.711 at Bradford state.In ,
Special Revenue Funds budget is High School Including $183.000 for 78-79 the school board despite the'large "
graveyard by the insurance budget minus that position telling the
Sunshine Acres political
i of;;; numbers In the budget figures, I'
I industries. Crosby said MacKay' board he had assumed it would delete federal funds. renovation the BHS cafeteria plus.
t wMnadaySep112 opponent Cap Wilson of Alachua, is the new job which the board did. The Service funds to $63,694 in various building projects at will not have much loose money on
in Debt
I 1 2) $711.338 schools hand. A slight unplanned expenditure,
other
of trial only addition lite board allowed
being by a group was
supported make both Interest and principal payments such as $40,000 or $30,000 if all
of By far the largest portion "of the
need sell four supplements for fourth JV
Council lawyers. "We don't to one new a
Hampton than $5 million ,
OR more .teacher the teacher retirement
:? 7iJOp.ro. .,' .our seats to a bunch of West Palm coach, an athletic trainer chorus and .Indebtedness the school system has' school budget Is the $5 5 million.- decide on' to switch over to the
I" .v far largest system
\ operating budget By the
Beach trial lawyers They want yearbook sponsor, at BHS. totalling
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Incurred since 1966 In its' building Florida Retirement System, would
1 of the
.. Crosby Mid. if all the portion
something back $3.750 new positions are
program.! ries otheAoo.oddschool place a train on,the reserve fund
C.wtwrIatie consumed by sala )
,. Wilson countered before the crowd. filled. ,
I -, "I have never been bought off by The huge *ST.749,828. spending bill 81 $734,1132 In a Capital Projects employees which total Local property taxes paid Into the .
(Community anyone and never will be He addedhe Includes a $5,498.304! General Fund or Budae..lncludilltl a $443.373. unspent 3830933. In addition the operating schoolsyst"m amount to$893,858. just
j &tIlJt,, lInk would deal with local problems on operating budget plus' three other balance.The total Includes $48,536 In' budget Is consumed by $639.950. I In .percent of the..total $7.75 county ,
/ the local level and said he would be sub-budgets which include: Capital Outlay and Debt Service employee benefits, $495.189 In school budget. The other 88 percent of \
f I 'Y-: h' uca baewl.wnetinI available to everyone by telephone.In 1)) $803.333 In Special Revenue Funds'$463,354 la Public Education purchased services, $276.342 in the budget comes from 'la'and' '
yr.MrMO.rNdw T w.u.w_Cwft the District 4 county commission Funds which includes 'loFT Food Bond Amendment funds;and $223,940 materials and supplies, $24.075 In federal funds i


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PagelA TELEGRAPH September 7.H7I .I It' II', .. 'H""' ''_ ...... ,I 4 rI

Atrtfrica; Eats '/o'ce.Pa's .
300 Attend Bar-B-Q for Jim ,Williams t ""'*"

Less. "
Finger-llcking good barbecue and endorsed. this week by the Tele !"Th length of time It took to choose L .
chicken, a packed house, and a good RaphWilliams. the beat' qualified running male may
look at one of the candidate for gave a brief talk at the have given me a late start J io the campaign __ Rotary ToldFood
Florida's governorship (for Starke dinner emphasizing his strong but I know that having Betty as
voter) combined to make the Jim commitment against casino gambling Lieutenant Governor will be worth America U tttll a good
Williams free barbecue dinner a and the high qualification of his IL" WuuarfP saidWilliam inn m spite of Inflated price" Bob
success at the Starke Country Club running mate for Lieutenant k Marker
ylfen.t with the State Farmers
*. stressed that he was
last Thursday. Governor. Sen. Betty Caitor.La i
told member of the Starke
"unalterably! opposed" to casino It astern
About 300 people, supporters and .
fiotarv Club last week
undecided alike, took advantage of gambling. :jlThe tate already..* e
Allen treed the fact: that
gambling in a ;big 'way. over I8J
the opportunity to meet and talk with
wley to Enforce million,worth from horse racing dog American are the only people In the
the 52-year-old; Democratic hopeful
world who can still got all the food
racing and Jai-alai. The Lt. Gov.
currently Lt. Governor of the state. .
when want Itfrtth.frozen
also stated that Nevada has the the\ want they
Alchohol Ordinance highest murders suicide and bankruptcy ( or canned, "? other nation on
rate per 100 people than any earth has. the quality' and variety of
FLORIDATHEATRE other statePointing. foods that we enjo; Allen declared.
Lawtey marshall M.M, Jordan aut'thAt the state's population urtkne6 The speaker said[ that the cost of
food In America I I. till below 25
percent
announced a crackdown on open con. will TncretM by five million b>
amen of alcohol on the town's theyearZOOO..Williams said that more : of family income, lower than any
Call 4 Walnut streets, at the meeting of the council energy source:t must be developedand other country.: The plt'ntlfulaup1"illustrated! of
utilized:in addition to diversifying (food available here U b\
Starke 964.5451 Tuesday night the state's economy so as to provide the fact that the average t.'.S, famtlconsume >'
". three ton of food annually
Open 3 Days Only Jordan warned city ordinance 47, more' Job. : *
fact that small
Mien stressed{ the
prohibiting drinking alcoholic bever L'rglna the dinner guest* to spread
ages on sidewalks, streets and alleys, the word about him. Williams mingled A full house 'listen attentively as Jim Williams confronts some, tale and l inefficient farmer are being
Fri Sat Sun would be strictly enforced. w I Ith the people until his busy schedule problem sod give his answers la a is-mlnute talk after dinner Thursday nightat forced out of (the food-raising industry
forced him to leave at about 815. the country clod.Gubernatorial and are being supplanted b> the large
Burt Reynolds In state producer who have the benefitof
---- modem machinery and up'to-date
"The End" (farming method,, "Before World War
ELECT r II it took tIS minute to produce a
t I'j bushel corn" Allen ald. "IVow it
Rated: R lake only four minute" He aid that
j 5 one farmer.using modern technique
TedOglesby can produce food for 50 people,
301 DRIVE-IN .\llen aid that processing and fancy
packaging account for part of the
rrtHr wide price spread b4.'twHnhat the
Open 4 Days Only farmer ii paid for his produce and the
Fri Sat price that the housewife pays In the
supermarket

"American Graffitti"PLUS

", Square Dance Intro

City Councilman Group 5 ; .tIC' 1 I IuA
"Hard Ride"AIIted Set Tonight For New

: PO A Man With Experience j IJ' ,{

Square DancersA

Sun. Mon. Graduate Of University Of Florida*With A
new session of >square dance
Masters Degree '.:;J'l. J/I. II"t"'." lesson for beginner will be kickedoff

CONVENTIONGIRLS: Vocational Education Director Of Bradford-Unlon +" tonight iThursda>'.Sept. 7>' at 7'JO
,,,. n'i i pm. at an open house in the new
Area Vo-Tech Center For 12 Years '" National Guard armory on Edardt'Road

EXPERIENCED IN MANAGING & BUDGETS in Starke
KNOW EVERY TRICK IN .and holy who wishes to attend i Is
THE BOOK. Member Of Bradford County Manpower Advisory candidate Jim Illlams, recently endorsed by the Telegraph invited lot he open house sponsored b>
gels down to brass tacks while discussing Issue with supporters at the the Strawberry Swingers the local
Board For Six Years barbecue dlnnerjhursday night at the Starke Country Club. square dance club. Guests will be
Bradford County School System 20 Years invited b> Caller Oil Crosby' to try out
square dancing with members of the
Former Businessman Strawberry *.
Caller Gil Crosby will also explainhow ::

l Veteran World War II Keep Frank Williams square, dance lessons are
IRJ operated and what square dancing is.
Refreshments will be served
Vote For And Elect r '' Working For You .
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PLUS Tilt: Hit \DKoim
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Rare Blossoming Wises this Centary plant began N Mown less, but not .* rarely il.MceIn 3
Rep. Frank Williams Tops bloom at "*'GI'4'. Standard Service s hundred year. "vTfce
!(,\ c;> 'j)j/ 'ft' ,It.,' Station on US-3*| south at Wal..., America Century: plant bas>
I ,..\ ,' ,tt '; 1 ., : Street It surprised everybody. The thick fleshy laves taarp-apined,
: ., sulk grew to IS feet at the rate! of edges. The white or greenish> flower
In Campaign Contributions ;f I tj"g! ,".'1""'t', "'"I about a foot a week. Sid Shuford.' at grow .IM an pest clutter ell the PIT
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Rep. Frank WIlliams, DUtrlct 23 Gay $500; Christine McReynolds, Normal)Ilt1g1Mark t1. locally. But contrary to what many certain Agave to make beverage
House seat candidate, tops the hat of 9100; Mrs W.J. Grolich, $100; Adklns: $700. think, a Century plant does bloom such a. Pulque and Mescal. The long
most campaign contribution received Paschell Carr, 1100; Mrs. E.R. Fox, -J.J. Wolbert: $450; Jean Harris oflenrr than every IM years. fiber of Agave) may b. formed Into
through the Sept. S filing date $100; Bruce Mcliae. 1100; J.D. $100;; Betty Young; ISO; Tom r World Book Encyclopedia: says the thread cord, and rope.. The green
riled with the Supervisor of Elec Hemtonon. Jr.. $50; Thomas Hazel Ferryman,$30;'Vemie.R,Odum,'100. Century Plant or".a.ela the name elm leave are used as fodder.
tions office In the courthouse, '$30;.Rogers D. Holmes. $100; William "11! group of desert plants belonging to Shuford' plant I I. about It year
campaign contribution and expenditure G.Cooper, $50; Harry Shortitein; School Board Candidate** the Agave Family. The name came old, Shuford( raises cacti a* a hobbv.
are public record. Charles W. Johnson, Jr., $200; ByonM. -Leroy Davin. ; Leon,Thomas, too; from a mistaken Idea that the First he just did It for fun but found
Elections supervisor Mrs. Neva Morels $50;; Joseph Luten, $100; Halle Funeral Howe, $50. America plant bloom only once la out people lopping/ at the station will.
Flynn said all candidate for both J.B. Chesa nillon, $200; G.ll Starnes Arthur Gaaklna,'$ OOi., too years. Some kind of Century pay for them. Now if* a paying
state and local position have filed $100; Lucille Starnes $100; Paul -JIm Lawson $1,000. plant flower every year. Other. kinds nobby.IT'S .
campaign reports on time and have Steinmetz $100; Natalie Stelnmett Vernon Olin $000. ..- '' ... ,
all been very cooperative $100; Hilt, Brannon $200; Walter -Ronnie Thomas, '$970; Woodrow
The last filing date before the Johnson, $50; W.H. Bartlett $200; Thomas, $100.
primary Tuesday, Sept 12, was Sept. John Daniel,$200; James Wiley $100.
1,one day later than required because Losing candidate must within 90 P TIME
of the Labor Day Holiday. County Commission candidates: days after the election dispose of left
Listed are contributions $30 and -Steve Cardin $400; E.M. Nichols; over funds by returning them proratato
above.Frank $100; Douglas Cardin, $100; Beverly contributors or to the general I
Williams' contributions to Wood, $100; C.W Farms $300; revenue fund of the state or political
own campaign, $845; Edna Griffith George W. Cardin Sr., $2,000; F.G. subdivision of the candidate.
$50; Hudson Pulp & Paper Corp.. Mueller, $100; Doyal Thomas $50; Winning ,candidates rafter all
$100; Walter Hoffman, $30; E.W. Tom Jackson, $50; Bill Flnucan.$100; obligations are met can retain $1,500
Allen, $100; John Sex Regional Plastic Tubing Inc.. $50. for office expenses,but all other funds a.r.+war
Director Defense Civil Preparedness -E.W. Hodges: $1,000. have to be returned pro-rata or give sal' '= ..11tlrj
Agency $100; Charlotte & S.A. -Paul Meng: $700; Jean the left over money to the state's I ILL KINDS OF MUSICAL
Wright $100; Family Lines System Edward Mllliuan. $50. general fund. II iNST01UTAEMTSSSU S SS
Political Action Committee, $100; 7
Beer Distributors Committee for ,3111 c M
Good Government $900;' Florida Voters' Head For Polls TuesdayRivers % NECDADS ITAI'ES .y I
Mobile Home & Manufactured PAM a0euf der Mn/.IM C4eCOMEIMAND /
Housing $150; Wine Industry for I fI
Good Government, $150; Claude D. Good weather next Tuesday, Sept. I. Bradford Public Library. School' Student Band Rental
Kelly$200; Florida Wholesale Spirits 12,will increase the number of voters 6 Baylcss Highway. Baptist '
Continuous Existence $500; Florida going to the polls to cast a ballot for Church. .*' ': j
Osteopathic Medical Association, the candidate of their choice.
$100; Jerome Johns, $250' ; Marlon Past experience has shown Brad- 7 329 N. Church Street (next. to __
Parker It Associates $100; Punta ford County can turn out a possible 70 Health Clinic). ',> f
Gorda Isles Inc.,$100; Florida Action percent of the 7,041 registered voters' 8. Old Armory, N. Temple Avenue.
Committee for Rural Electrification, U the weather is fair, placing the i South ide Elementary' School SEE OUR NEW CONN ORGANSMAG'S
$250; Independent\ Life & Accident. county among the high percentage of Cafeteria.
Insurance Co., $250; Florida Business voting units In the state. -..
Forms,$350; Winn Dixie$300; Northeast -. 10 Theresa Community Center, i MUSIC SHOP tL4liLM
Florida Builders Association Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn Theressa.
Political Committee $400; ,Agrl- reported 6,549 Democrats, 383 11- .Hampton City Hall. I !roc;I:. .1Ci.1.i.1. IUIH39t tt1.I.L.t.lU.t: ; ; I.IL'tli: : i
Business Forms, $200.DletrIcl25candidate. Republicans and 110 with other party 12 Chamber of Commerce) !

own- campaign $550 Tom Thomas Riven J.: 12 affiliations deadline.registered Of the qualified by the electorsin August Building. : .. I. -.i -- .- -- I. .r .

Rivers 11,000'MlldrI; Rivers $281 the county, 5,899 are white; and 13 Terwlllegar Motors Co., ,
Florida Teaching\ Profession Political 1,142 are black. Madison Street. *
Action Committee, $1,000; E. Vaughn 14 New Armory, Edwards Road Ij BALDWIN
Rivers $600; Clay County: Education Precinct 10, Including the lake area 15 Brooker Community House, i -
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Association, $75; Mrs. Terry White south of Theressa now leads in Brooker :
$100.District number with 694 registered voters. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7pm I
25 Republican candidate Precinct S, with Bay less Highway .
Howard Dunn: Capt C.P. Caviness Baptist Church as its new polling i I. t tI ",
$50; Martha Colter. $250; Caro, place is the (,county's smallest I A
Richardson. $100; Charles E. number, 200.Precinct Band BoostersForming j I CHEVROLET
Conturba, $50; James Bell, $200; locations for the Tuesday, '
William, Mills, $100; William R. Sept. 12, primary are:
Parker, $50; Gay Livingston $50; 1 Lawtey Volunteer Fire Depart- at BMS i
J.W. Wallace, $50; C.M..Head, $50; ment. '' 'i*>">
Harold Ashley $50; W.H. Redfearn, 2' Lawtey Volunteer Fire Depart- Anyone interested "in"becoming a 'r
$50; Dr. Richard Odom $50; William ment. Bradford Middle School Band I OLDS I
German $100; Mrs. Roy Bridges, 3 Bradford County Fair Building. Booster, please meet 'j
..$100; B.W. Hirsig $100;,David Cook, 4- Bradford Volunteer Fire Depart 14, at7:30: p.m. In the Bradford Mile
t $200; William H. Wahl. $50; W.W. ment. School cafeteria. .
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; nhont Frank Williams, seeking has been an active member ment has stated as a policeman he I .1
.*. :Ion to the Florida House of of the Democratic party for several became frustrated with making good Brings
', Representatives. District seat 25, and years having served on the Democratic concrete arrests only to see criminalsgo
I'Thomas J. Rivers; Jr., Williams'i Executive Committee of St. free. He believes the legal system .. .
challenger, will .know. by Tuesday Johns County since J973 and.In 1977 ,needs a major overhaul. Wilson now r. ., '. .:.' ;
evening Sept,. 12,,which one will be was delegate to the Florida Democratic practices law in Gainesville y J I .; > 1:' -4U'
I moving on to.the.general election 'Ifj' pj Party Convention, ? '* t'tl
November Two lawyers are vying for the State Democratic voters will have seven "Y
j The winner of this race will face Senate seat, District 6, on the candidates to choose from for l
Republican Howard Dunn in the Democratic ticket.Incumbent governor of Florida while Republicans IRIi _
November election. will have to decide between one ON
K.H. "Buddy" MacKayof of two candidates.The .
Most of Williams' campaign has Ocala was first elected to the State '
been built around his experience as a Senate 1974 following three terms In Democratic be Hot will list the i i'
legislator having served six years as the Florida House of Representatives. following candidates for Governorand I
a State Representative. Williams has MacKay is of the opinion that it Is Lt. Governor: Leroy Eden and I NEW
stated- he will continue to work for more effective to handle the State's Maria Kay; Bob Graham and Wayne i-
economy In government tax relief problems at the state level and solve Mixson; Claude R. Kirk,Jr. and Mary _
quality education, crime control, and local problems at the local level. One L. Singleton: Robert L. Shevln and
service to senior citizens.As of his aims-Is to hold down costs in Jim Glisson; Bruce Smathers and \
-a member of the legislature, government and to eliminate waste Charles W Boyd; Hans T. Tanzler, i i 1978-
Williams has served on a number'of) and duplication. Jr.and Manuel Arqueso.-Jim; Williamsand I
committees and Is currently the Vice MacKay, who has a law practice In Betty Castor.Republicans | /
Chairman of Finance and Taxation Ocala and Is a citrus grower, was
Committee and member of the named most valuable member of the seeking the Governorand I
Corrections, Probation and Parole Senate In 1975 and 1976. He has servedon Lt. Governor posts' are: Jack OHEYROLETChevrolet
Committee. Williams resides on the Appropriations, Finance and Eckerd and Paula Hawkins; Lou ,
Crystal Lake and is Assistant Vice- Tax. Education and .Judiciary Frey Jr. and S. Peter Capua. I
President of Florida Title and Committees. ,
Mortgage Company. 'MacKay's challenger. G.B.I.Cap" 'The Democratic slate also i includesI I
Wilson of Alachua wants to see homestead Secretary of State- Beverly S. I LUY
Rivers, a South Ponte Vedra Beach exemptions quadrupled and Dozier, Jim Fair George Firestone, ,
resident and school teacher, has wants to get at the basis of criminal Joe Little and Richard: (Dick!! )Renlck. ': ff! -
vowed during his campaign that he problems by straightening out the _
would continue to keep in touch with laws which he believes have caused Attorney tieneral Allan Becker, '
the people if elected. He said he these problems. Barry Richard and Jim Smith. I And
wishes to demonstrate that a Comptroller Don Dansby and 1 New 1918
legislator can attend civic, municipaland Wilson, a former Major and Super Gerald (Jerry) Lewis. I ,
county meetings and also be an intendent of Police Operations with State Treasurer- Bill punter and
advocate of the people he represents. the Alachua County Sheriff's Depart- Don Hazelton.I 1 ; ,-

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v I Yi .1 lOA'r / r ,y'J The road it blocked now by *n The narrow graded approach on the Soon Bridge, which first surfaced
II earthen dam *taeach: end of the Bradford idem pocked by washout as a controversial issue at an early
bridge plus a 'makeshift wooden and other evidence of long-time spring. meeting of the Alachua County:
barricade the Bradford County neglect On Alachua aide the grade Is Commission finally came to a hea?
a side.and a'ul1-tI "e ... Bridge wider but shows where\ the Santa Fe with MM actual closing of the bridge
Closed and Ie rs-striped warning river submerged the bridge approach tv/o weeks ago. At its May 4 meeting
bars on Alachua County aide. during recent high water Ute Bradford Commission responded
10,. a report of road engineers, from
both counties, recommending that
I /M Doftn'* Bridge a wooden structure

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D4an.: Church Road, was hazardous
t aji4 should either be closed "'or
Margaret Ann Dyal acrd children. Kelley and Betides dam Alachiia County end f of bridge bas deemed
Repairs were
I Iu...... take a tale. afternoon stroll across closed elaborate layout of stop sign, bridge timed lip "and, : Gainesville Shortcut repaired InWctlcal: by the engineers becaus

Deans Bridge, with earthen dam see In background. sebra-slriped warning barricades." ,', ., ', of tM cost-benefit ratio of the littty
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EDITORIAL Jam writing!to5 ei Melon dissatis representation for our tax dollars that i ngto (two
faction with the to close other areas do. bines,'wide' concrete structure, etc.) -
Doans Bridge on Rock Church Road estimated! expense $80,000 for thiS

:/w f near Bra't', This is an Important Issue to our br<<) perhaps. another I70.0OO
t community, and we would appreciate for grade work on the approaches)
In Our Opinion I am a life long resident (82 years) in getting this road Including realignment of sharp curves
in this area, and It has been In use reopen lit bridge: approaches on both sides;
even belore..my time -L.L. Dy"Jr
'> ;* I,1 .. -Rt.l.BoxttaBrooker The Bradford Commission voted
Even during the Depression In the ,Fla. May 4 to close the bridge. The first
30's, the county, maintained it It overture from Alachua had been d
n t M WILLIAMS seems thai&with,Ihe high taxes we pay Dear Sir: "feeie'" rather than definite action
from this area, there would be money and tre\ !time lag between May and Iheactual
enough to maintain it at this time. This Is a letter. concerning the closing In August was due to
closing of the road known su Rock waiting, on formal approval by the
M. This area of the county contributes Church Road and the bridge known as \JalJh": Commission.This .
.. a major portion of.the tax dollars Deans Bridge crossing the Santa Fe
Is Best Qualified The Job I' I'" ." collected We have,had,little benefitsfor River near Brooker. week: the closing brought forth
our tax dollars and even less a burst of letters to The ,
..4' representation by the county This road was used dally by si least from residents of the Telegraph
commissioner: The taxes we who work In Gainesville,
pay 12 people several filed Tuesday morning .with
This message should be But what difference does it make continue to benefit other areas more and used often by a good many other Clerk of the Court Gib Brown. The
bit ofediw..lalpolitJca1 if a man does the job, whether he favored by the commissioners, and people.Most of these people pay taxes letter to the editor are reproduced
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does it with the flourish of we receive Iittle philosophy. trumpets or with the low key bridge fund included In our taxes.A Commission will be read at nextMOtaday'
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In the road
closing those responsible
meeting (postponed'froLabor
modesty that most true statesmen have created a great good many people attending Rock ).
In the first place. The have always possessed? Inconvenience and hardship on the Church used this road.A Day

Telegraph-justifiably, we think- people e( this community. Many used ID a report to Alachua CounComissioners .
is extremely cautious about the To get down to the nitty-gritty. \this road, daily. to travel to work in petition was presented to the last May, road eng| P.e"
Gainesville. .It. Is'''a direct route to Board of County Commissioners on
so-called "endorsement" of candidates Ed Culpepper had said of Doan's:
Williams' performance in the Gainesville from our area. June 5, 1978, that contained over ISO "W. need to close it quick. It's in
for public office. In our State Senate'led to his choice in signatures asking that this road and accident wailing to happen." 4'
ninety-nine years of publication. the 1973 session as "the most The people of the community presented bridge not be closed. .

we have learned to be a bit valuable" in a statewide polls of a petition to the Board of Arthur Schulz, engineer employed"
County, Commissioners on June 5, In case of emergency this road
skeptical about political promisesand newsmen and editors. Those 1978, stating our disapproval of the could have meant as much as 13 by Bradford to make its biannual
have also learned that any sometimes cynical scribes might proposal to close the road. The minutes getting to a hospital which In bridge: Inspections agrees Doan'"h.s with" Cul-
that
"endorsement" based on such not always be as unbiased as they decision was made to close the road some cases could mean the difference reached pepper "the saying point of no return"
promises is built on shaky sand. would have anyway without concern for the between life or death.
their
readers believe, where' repairs are a waste of money
We also look askance at any but usually ,they are at least people affected by' 1L We the people of this community as due to present and future deterioration

"endorsement" based on the fact immune from ''having the wool We wouicJlike' to. have the road taxpayers and citizens would like to of the wooden structure, plus the
that one candidate is a personal pulled over their reopened and maintained. We would see this road reopened which was substandard nature' of the bridge
eyes. appreclate>.youesupport in getting closed on August 25. 1978.! design which does not meet federal pr
friend, while others may not be;
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this done Wayne Parrlsh awl specifications.: ,
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also the commonly accepted :l'! .' ,' UoydL.Dyal Rt. I,Box 334 |
reasons for voting for one man Among the credits in his track /'.1 ". 1'I Rt. I.Box 328 Brooker. ,Fla. 'The bridge has a very low ptiorily
and against another-that he is a record is the fact that Williams Brooker Fla. because of the small traffic count (tin
key, cannot rise to heights of average 01 about 22.24 vehicles a
"local boy," that ho "is a good oratory, and lacks that worked with then Represen- Dear Sir: Letters to the Editor day), ,'Schult said. "and Is therefore
speaker"that he "has charisma. great tative Ralph Turlington to pass unlikely to benefit from any federalfu0ds
Madison Avenue
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packaging asset"charisma" to voice
that he is "a good ole boy" or the first severance tax on am of my LAVVTEY PRINCIPAL available\ for bridge construction -
You don't have to disapproval the closing of Doans
that he can bring the most "pork look good on television to minerals in Florida, knowing full Bridge. I can understand the bridge EXPRESSES THANKS ."

barrel! plums our way. well in the Governor's office.serve well that, as a former' miner, he being closed from a safety standpoint. Mr. James T. Wainwright, Schulz listed among the major
was sure to alienate some but not to be closed with no effort Superintendent deficiencies:
friends. "We being made to either restore he'.,- "Lciwtey CorcUonallnsdt,
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Such a'man, we fedl I "lsC Jim mandate to reclainr-mined JaW?* bridge or rebuild IL P.p. Box 22 '.1 fl .110 -Soulh abutment cap on Alachua
G are' removed for the basis of Williams the' 52-yearold. J The inconvenience and i j that-A' > '''t. wt'e)';' -'I"S2058: 911 q III! of"Ct 4n1'nlde t .*'fj ldJ) 'd' titldl'A'f! \ tend
judgment as to who is the best Williams explained "and this wasa money endangers any vehicle that crosses
seasoned businessman and Closing the bridge is going to cost tax.
start. That is of
man to be entrusted with runningany just a sample Dear Mr. Wainwright: the bridge.
statesman from Ocala. Even Williams' ,determination to do payers BradfnfdhiCoountya will e
phase of our government, before his service in the west I want to take a few moments to Xne) piling in wing wall on Alachua
whether national, state, or local- sterling what he considers right, and let considerable. Farmers who live in the express my appreciation to you for all County side is deteriorated.
what is left? Only this: State Legislature and asF1orida.s the chips fall where they may. particular area and farm in Bradfordand that you have done recently at Lawtey
Lieutenant Governor, Alachua Counties will have to go Elementary School. The school has .The bridge Is substandard in width
there were incidents to show that an extra V.. to .10 miles to get their never looked better and most of the (only H feet) and would have to be
IDS QUALIFICATIONS FOR Williams' plain and simple slogan."lIe'U It is always debatable whether equipment across the river and back credit belongs to you. Without your widened if rebuilt to avoid liability by
THE OFFICE. editorial endorsements do a ctn the other side; where crossing the help none of this would have taken the two counties in case of accident..
do the best
job is on dead candidate good or" not. They river al Doans Bridge would only be place. '
center. might actually do as much or' about iVfr miles. People who work in AH) of'which sounds reasonable but
Gainesville and live In Bradford Your efforts have made the opening does of
We don't think that walking: < little to appease the feelings
harm than
more good dependingon 'County will have to drive an extra 8 to of school a smooth one for which, as Dedan neighborhood residents.
running, or jogging the length Not the least impressive of the newspaper's popularityand 10 miles per day. the new principal I am very grateful. They're still in there fighting for a
and breadth of Florida are any these early indications is the fact credibility in the communitr. Getting! off to a good start Is para- long-time community aradit on-the

special qualification for the man that after serving a stint in the That is one reason, especially (a I understand the county' doesn't mount and you have helped me do ancient road that gives them a short.

picked to occupy: the Governor's U.S. Air Force during World Warn local races where emotionalism, have the money to this build because a new bridge.I don'thave that.I cut to Gainesville and is as much a
I can understand part of community life as fishing Inthe
mansion, represent the people in Williams enrolled in the rather than look forward to with
working
reason usually UW money to buy a new tractor you Santa Fe when the water's high:
the State Legislature, or even University of Florida, but his determines the individual's vote, truck, the U.S. Congress. Of course, it father died soon afterward and that we are reluctant to give don't abandon the one I have until I year. If there is anyway that I may be attending services at Dedan Baptistand
be that the candidate can see way clear to buy another. of service to you please do not '
might argued he was forced to return to Ocalato what might appear to be an arbi-- I feel if the my Commission will carefully hesitate to ask. the old Rock Church.
who does these things couldbe help run the family business.At endorsement:
trary one "good consider this they will find a way to
expected to be in better health the mature age of 36 with the ole boy" over:another: *r' repair the bridge that is already there done.Again Thank thanks for all that you have that.And the! feeling Dedan goes deeper Road, which than

than more sedentary types, and business finally on firm ground until a new and better one can be built you. loops through a beautiful rolling and
more likely to live out his term of Williams desired and realized he ,I/ that will serve the public well. Charles H. Hafl rich farm section south Highway 18

office. But if this is the basis for needed to complete his educa But the Williams'candidacy is an Principal.Lawtey between Brooker and, Graham, feel

choosing Governors and Sena tion. He returned to college and, exception to the general rule and fore This I was road born has served and before the public most be-of Elementary School strongly that the 10 or 15 minutes
saved by using the shortcut to reach
tors. why not a professional at the age of 40, received his one that we are glad to make inthe you if not all of you were born, and I TUB TASK WILL NOT Gainesville in time of
football player? It might also be degree from the University of hope of helping the man, who certainly would' hate to see it BE EASY might\ mean the difference emergency between

argued that such gimmicks gain Florida. Not too many men would is obviously the best qualified for abandoned. I _.J.Mann Dear Sir: life and death for some area resident.At .
of the job in his effort to serve us as
attention
the newspaper have the determination and gutsto Rt. 1.Box 384.
photographers and television face the stares and snickers Governor for the next four years. Brooker,Fla. Thomas Jefferson once said "Whenall least It's a good talking point.
governments shall be drawn to and bedan residents plan to make the
cameramen. But it will be a sad sometimes directed at a 36yearold Washington, as the center of power, It moot of It In fighting for what they
day for statesmanship in the college freshman. But Dear Sir: will become venal and oppressive." consider an "inalienable right" as

nation when office seekers are Williams didn't let concern about I am writing concerning the closing American government was built on taxpayers to reach their destination

selected for their endurance in a his public image keep him away of Doans Bridge Rock Church Road the concept of divided sovereignty, by the shortest most convenient
known as a republic. The Constitution means possible.
rock and roll crossing the Santa Fe River near
marathon flagpole from an education then just as he declares that, "The United States
of this
The
Brooker. closing bridge
sitting or even goldfish swallow now refuses to resort to undignified 1R has created hardship of the people of shall guarantee to every state In the And who will win? Who knows? It's
ing.These are all great attention- and out-pf-character stuntsto our communl a Union a Republican Form of Govern- just another of those tedious and
getters. ment -." The law books say that f touchy problems that confront a
his
attention
to
gain campaignfor This road was traveled by many "Republican Form of Government"Is County Commission or City Council at
governor.In daily to their Polices' 1 of work in a government elected representatives almost every meeting.
As far as endorsing a full slate of Gainesville. Closing of it means wherein no basic power of

candidates from top to bottom. our opinion, that is nodisqualification traveling-by'AeNwwWdirect routes. It government can be withheld by If you'd like to see democracy inaction
the sad fact is that the means extra miles (approx. 1$ miles appointees. Regional Government Is perhaps you may get a
newspaper for the highest "
each day In our particular case) and designed to reverse this system. glimPse if the matter comes up as
in spite of receiving and office in the state. We need a 'moreV travel time.. In case of expected at next Monday's county
trying to absorb the flood of statesman in the Governor's r x ., e & time saved by havingaceesw Through urban renewal air and commission meeting.

releases from office seekers. office-not a stunt man.TongueIn.cheek lads road plight be crucial. water pollution control road
construct ion. aid to law
enforcement.Ir.nsport.llon ,
often knows no more about "tbereal" L.P. Gas Dealers
> Rock Church located on the road control, war, on
Joe Blow than the average political and its member have traveled this poverty programs, welfare and a ton
reader. Therefore, disregardingour 'writers have described Williamsas 'road cjnnyyean.< : r To close the of other schemes local government' is Plan District

personal likes and dislikes "All substance and no style." ...ita"Ao.bit"I" road means eliminating a route that being turned into an administrativearm
(which has served this community for gener of the federal bureauracy. Our
sometimes
.
newspapers IH411T 1 14 ations. :;;'" '> nation has been divided into ten Training Session *
have in spite of their efforts to be Federal Regional Councils thus ex
1 objective), and disregarding The;fr&roroVCounty/ Board of the arms of control of a
political promises, gimmicks and PPID.. < oUp : Commissioners was petitioned June 5. central government in Washingtonacross A five-county district L.P. gas
I I least ISO concerned citizensexpressing1 training session will be held in the
other kT1, 1978.by at the borders of State County
extraneous
factors-what .,
their- of the Bradford Couqty Volunteer Fire
disapproval and City; lines. Bradford
: r j real basis would we have to iCiliiiJ I a 4 proposal before the closing of the road member' of The North county Florida beinga Department on Tuesday. Sept. 19,
: "endorse" one candidate overt S"uuwes was carried out: Their failure to Regional Council Region 4, is subjectto starling at '*::30 p.m.. according. to
r" another? O o represent the wishes of the people hastedicated the authority mandates of The ,Harry Green, county fire chief.
; their unconcern or inability Regional Government. It Is. no difficult Green said the meeting will be
t ':" "' Uratcotnplish'the-purpose for which matter to see that these federal attended by UP.dealers from the five
rlpM BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
The of ejected. county area, including Bradford
exception, course would v t they weret regional councils are a violation of

t be in the case of a man who Publishers, \ #. t' '*$i. the-peopl! of this area would Art. 4. Sec. 4. .of The United States Alachus Union, Columbia, Suwannee, and

I ,f already has an established record Published each Thursday and entered sSwxKfClass i Matterat 1 (flee to make known our dissatisfac- Constitution. Today we are

'j in business and public office-a the Post Office at Stark Fla. under Aol <9t< March r 3,'t 879. {". reed the ( that to close thee against establishing which precisely our colonial the forefathers system The session is expected to last from
,
man with proven ability, who has i- an*'request it reopened rebelled. have two to three hours Green said. '
We
demonstrated his Subscription rate In trade area 7 per year i4 alrf months. y. ands mattataMtM other roads In the gone a long way off
fairness trustworthiness *, ... ,that are considered of the track from which those brave -> .
/ t Outside trade er.8 Per yearf SlxMonths.Phone county necessary
and his capability to to tfHi'* llbelti. of the community.: men fought and died to establish. r "loc I
sought .Is good but l
f' *
make good Judgments. What 004-630S 'IaAWsa.EJOD 'x'nialt) "lt8diuI'stentrlbuled: Vrn ,
by the FaulL.Meng! .,. u tChlght. II n
does it matter if such a man is low 7,,'citizens affected by this decision HamptonFia.,1." *,'-,, iftfr ...",:"" .............:..Sh.k..pe.b.ttvT;

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I more on rally,from page 1.... Chase
r't Youth Arrested After By DeputyAfter 1.

situation and rely on his 23 ;years bu 1- system would get Its money's worth 1? ., r i'ri;r5Y chase Bradford woman fled and the youth rn out. the /I'
new experience. /District 3 candidate J.ft. "Jim" ''1 a scene through back door.
Aa the evening grew darker! candi Lawson said he would work and not High School's football field and Deputy Green was patroUrg the
dates were hard put to read any prepared run away from any problem in the bleachers between Sheriff's Deputy area, and noticed the youth: fleeing
statement by a single light on school Robert Green and a JS-year-old toward the high school. Green chased
foe podium and a Ugrtt on the wharf. Rev. Leroy Davis another District Raiford juvenile last Thursday the suspect onto the football field and
Some spent more time trying to adjust S candidate said he would conceit afternoon, Starke police Investigators then ran him into the btancnen. A
''he light as they did apeeldne. crate w the basics the need for a arrested the youth and charged him Starke police investigator who was
District 1 school board UtVftUUaWIIl truant officer, and give the drug with sexual' battery, burglary and driving mist the field then arrestedthe
Arthur Casklns said he hat worked problems In the school Immediate Y aggravated battery with a deadly youth.
for a lowered pupil teacher ratio, no attention He added there are drugs in i rl weapon.
tax: increases, and moving student our community and school, most of According to police Investigation The Wife had been
pack to the outlying schools. them sold to children by adults reports the Starke police received a Juvenile previously on the
Vernon Olin, District I challenger Candidate Ronnie Thomas call from a 22-year-old Starke woman, same charges Is being held In
Mid ha would only recommend concluded the evening with a promise claiming the youth had broken Into Alachua Juvenile Center.
pending money when the school to do the best job be could her home andP\1lledaknife. on her.The ..
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Bar-b-cued: chicken for MO people was prepared by Lawtey Correctional
Institution Inmates?under. the direction. of the Lawtey Volunteer Fire
Department. .
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BI Taking The GED Tests. ... "" '


Dr..,and Mrs. Bob L. Hutchinsoncordially Applications" For The QED Test Are Being Taken ,

At'The Bradford Union Area Vocational Technical. ;
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invite you and your gueststo Center. <. .

DEADLINE y :
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the opening of \
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:: His, New Chiropractic I, Office, ', SEPTEMBER" '5, :1978 JM' < : I, ,

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Plenty of political talk, pies a chance to vlsllt Chatting (I l-r) arei Mrs. at the
Marguerite Brasses Mrs. Fishy Watewrlghl. sens James and Louie Lee rt Call 964.6150. For Information
Walnwrlght with Eugene Matthews the Telegraph. A second conversation: in- > ,;, I
'''eludes: less Wolbert,E.W.Hodges,Lea Register and Jimmy Crosby Village Green$36 Kingsley Ave. Examinations Are Scheduled ;*


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POTS-PLANTERS-SOIL FALL ANNUALS &
CONTROLFait
Candidates had to rely on a single '
light on the podium to read any Clay Pots VEGETABLE Plants 1
'prepared statements the rally r Fertilizing Of Your Lawn -Shrubs Trees Helps
Largest Selection & Lowest Prices 1 Favorite Varieties Tray Ol ;1
continued past dark. To Establish A Strong Hoot System-Helps Keep Cold] '
8 Inch QCC 10lnch$1 75 12lnch55 6 Plants .
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Down Faster i
from Damage And Gives More Healthy
pagel Reg. '1"Ov Reg. ,'2'" 4 Rag1.449., Reg. e9' 2/$100 Growth Next Spring.CMTONE '

A Tray
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more on
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owners, office "Iii the #;* ..l rr*)-1H.J1WX0' .r .
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state owned office, building on US-301 Wire Hanger It Drip ,Tray Included, ,1";" ', '+""";:' ",Reg.: '45" Each. Formulated For Florida Lawns s "

from south the and Court's removing deposition(the zoning room office and 8" Size UQ< 8"Slze: SSC! 10"S1 18 Reg. site 60 Lb. Bag Covers $ 49 ''t 'f I

assigned the adjoining to the state space attorney.originally Reg. 98 R.g.1" Reg. M.'A : AZALEA'S 1 Gar 2" _____ Up To 2,500, 'Sq. Ft. U A Bag.

rl By law, (Chapter 27.34 Florida 500 HP By Lawnware 'S 1 88 NORFOLK PINES' It t Gar 8498 __..:_ 5350
Statutes) the county Is required to Shown A.... *4.*'' "
( ) Colors-Reg. -
? 1 Gal. '2e .* "m fii5SevinDust
provide space in the courthouse for PHILODENDRIIMPHILODENDRUM _____ 2

1 or the state pay attorney for office and space public defender and all Organic Potting Soil 4 Gal *9n_____.JeO

I. ancillary services elsewhere. Sterlllzed-Weed Free-Very Rich DRACENA 1 Gal 84'. _____300 ,'

'. On July 10, the commissioners '8 Quart J8C ,20 Quart $ | 88 40 Quart 5 9Ae 88 CROTONS l'. Gal.4f. _--s3 \
decided to allocate the) grand jury '
A
2 "
room and adjoining witness room to Rg. 11 Reg. Reg.13 SCHEFFLERA 4 Gal. '911___ $6OO Safe Control Of Many Insect Pests On

commissioners the state also attorney.agreed to allow The ., '. .,. .' .I HIBISCUS 5 Gal '6" '400 m' Vegetables-Flowers-KHIs Fleas Ticks
the public defender to ute a hearing .MULCHESMANUREPEATOrganic ----- ''I' On Animals Too.
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room used by Bradford County Judge "VIMOUI'e $128
: ARECA PALM 5 Gal. H00 "
EI Sanders. Yawn issued a tempor. '" ') 18'i g. 1
ary restraining order the same day RED CEDAR TREE ': .' 'J :::: !6" _
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and directed the
commissioners
to
Cow Manure '
show cause why It should not be made 'RED j' S7" 10% Chlordane Granules
BUD TREE ,?; ; : : : _____ 600 t
: permanent. '
: Composted 1-1-1 Analysis Sterilized .
iL ELM-TREE \ Dragon Brand <1R ft
7.
CHINESE ; 600 '*
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'" County attorney Hardy filed a 40 Lb. Bag. $ 98 ----- l..... 4 Lb. Bag. X

I f" reply July 28 stating the and board Reg. '2"Pine |. 1.:1:: RAIN TREE '7"___:5 6.. Reg. '3"
"del e' the appropriation diversion '
other would interfere with S281 '
; to uses PINE TREE' 201
---- I Holiday I Foggers
"f.
the proper functions of the court .h \
'. the court In the of Bark Mulch MAPLE TREEPASSION S 700 =600 '
impeded discharge 1<) ; ,' ____ + .'. Kills Roaches And Fleas All Through The
responsibilities and impair the effi- ,
1 clent administration of Justice." m-y Retards Weeds-Helps Retain Moisture VINE, 1.Gab S3U 215 House-Easy To Use.
: ---- .- 5000 Cu. Ft. $93512000 Cu. Ft. $yi 35
The county's reply continued, '. $ $$ PASSION VINE '5 Gal $3sa-----60' Reg. '3" a. R fl6" 'j f
'The board has the sole responsibility CuAdds. RegBeauty. 2 JL ,350
for allocating the available office JUNIPER 5 Gal. 84"
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----- The Name To Trust For
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'I space In the courthouse and other Nuggets Roto-Hoe Quality

fr"I I'',. authorized county buildings by law to the to maintain public officials their '3 Cu. Ft Reg. '2" $228. ',' .' RYE.'\GRASS SEED Makes Garden Preparation Fast And Easy. Rota Hoe's Chain
T Drive Puts The Power To The Tires.: It's Well Balanced SSinging
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offices: la such buildings. '5 Lbs. $1 19fleg. ',,$0 Lb. Bag
Hardy contends the grand Jury Hills Michigan Peat; .,;;.jF; ,;, '1.' .' Reg.i t t.. $1 049 Easy To Handle. Compare Quality & Price
r,. room was used U days in a 25 monthf' You'll Want A Roto-Hoe
f' period for grand jury purposes.: Top Quality-All Organic Bacterially Active '$ "I'88' '. edlMljOura 5 HP Front t.
j I 40 Lb. Bag Reg. '2" 259'8Florida
"The obvious question involved In 'x
the present dispute is whether or not
Peat .BU. Bag R.O. ', ..
the Board of County Commissioners ,r., grayer
..I has the discretionary authority to fI 6 HP 990 -'
decide how certain space shall be Rust & Corrosion..Proof Polypropulene'' REAR TINE TILLER 551919
/I allocated and used In the courthouse. Long Handle Tools ? Automatic Pressure Relief/ Valve ." CN4 rr /
'The law In regard to this: question la s't'' 'Nozzle Adjusts For Spray-Mlat Or 'ly pyt Reg. '599"
I Your Choice Of Green :
quite clear.So long as the commission ,, Any Thumblbrrp'{ 0 Stream.
does not take any Illegal action nor Handle Tool or Corona Shears LopersAPruners ; 5 1308 5 HP SHREDDER '249" +
abuse their administrative discretion I x31 N
f-Y' 1 y4 Gal. Req,.
then the county commisalon may decide OL la Will Top a Side Feed Red. '289" .r 1
2 0 n.
: how courthouse space shall be Example: Reg. '/" Now '&" 70 '" (((( .

allocated and usedthe, teply statedAiry. .,;,.. 29 YEARS F' PROFESSIONAL PEST CONTROL SERVICES UNDER

expected. further until the decisions board of are county not .z ,KiogOfThe'Nighiheis DIRECTION. : f'' GRADUATE ENTOMOLOGISTS I

commissioners meet In regular When The Mowing, ,, .
f session Monday Sept. 11.It would be Sarlo .* Conpl t t Termite Coatrol Single Items To Complete House Fumigation
"I up to the commissioners to decide Tough Shows Its ,
;,' whether U appeal., Stuff Its Built To'Lasfi l.Rustles'{ Heisekfild, Pest Control Protection Against Embarrassing Destructive Pests

;)1'' "Courts, Judge Yawn themselves In his otter occasionallymust observes,' Easy-Belt Is Enclose f'': '' :um! .. aal tfPJt! Control Insect & Disease Control For Lawn-Shrubs'Trees.And .

.' litigate to render effective an I Heavy Duty Model'l I ; I Forifii Past Cu.trolleed Call Us For free Inspection & Estimate
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exercise of their inherent power; :v '
416-4 HP.21+,oPuah; '>
; ''therefore. It may become necessary IS24ItJ
,.fat them to retain and compensate Bed?3t96*> '
counsel...Thus a county board> which 533.5 "'P-24.' .
j I fOC'CeatJle courtIto sue to enforce I"In"Iherentpowerl ;.374p, $317"

I, .the may reasonable ultimately attorney be re- 533 S.P.-5 HP.24'R:' ji ,'$,iltS L ttslm* a LAVNN-Gi'' RDEN-NURSERY CENTER

i lees Incurred by u o judges proving
i r 539 Call
'"i their pdnL...Since the county board la Nfroi E. Street
provided counsel for these disputes at We Also Carry Toro And Snapper Rldlng'' n '.:w i .
It Is only fairKat the Starke, Florida Phone 964-5745
fidget expanse receive equivalent assistancestne Behind Mowers Plus Hahn Riders-LawnrVacs-Parker j _' s uaaaut$

they are litigating a public issue" I Sweepers-Weed-Eaters a Edpers "' .
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.,",-,."',.. "'M BeatPStoraw opiate Changes Pierce Advises City Council"If I

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,> the,cost or $768,170.
,1' area, and finished walla, lights, and' Involved If the city donate a public The of It was also approved to allow Lewis
tile city ti going to make any carpet In two office that were building to one specific Interest Into Timber Co. to finish cutting trees in
utlUd..rattcballeI,they'd better do originally designed to be In the police Commissioner agreed to look the right-of-way along Geiger Road
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''No'W .
alternatives.Sale
It soon section: of the?building. their The local timber company takes over
City Attorney George Pierce city-employed worker,
warned the Starke City Comtnlgilo- Senior Citizen representative Mr. of the remaining tSM.OOO in who the Job have from been moving too Blow
nee at Tuesday night' regular Sally Nelson told the council that the bonds from the 201 grant local share according to Geiger resident GerakiBrown
!V meeting, pointing out that the state Senior Citizens were very interested was unanimously approved by the ,who brought the proposal for
Public Service Commission is In the In using the old city hall as a multi commissioner The 201 grant coven ward to the council. The cutting will
process of formulating a standard purpose center In Its current location. Improvement in water treatmentand take place only In the city limits, and
rate structure procedure to be Design call for a parking lot on the the city sewer system, with thefederal the will keep the cut timber
followed by municipal power area, and Attorney Pierce laid that .government contributing$2.28 their company only fee
companies and Rural Electric there may be some legal problem million,and Starke paying one-fourth a*
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YN i.e 1. Associations. .... '
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The PSC took control of rural and -- -
municipal power companies In June,
and probably won't have the proce-
lure let up until October,according to .TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Pierce. 30 cities and 16 REAl have '. ;.,
.
in attempt to preventthe .
Offering directions through the door between the clerlt'a oY ce as t PPSfroom having total jurisdiction
espy lag room la Marlon MclUe.Watching the proceeding are BeuUh Moody and Pierce Is hoping for a
Parole and Probation supervisor Jim Bloodworlh,and county clerk Clb Brown. compromise,where the amount of the IF YOU, HAVE ATTENDED THE BRADFORD-UNION
rates will still be determined by the
local plant.In AREAJ"VOCATIONAL" -TECHNICAL CENTER AND ARE
a related subject, a new Starke
resident complained that his power HOLblNG A TEXTBOOK ON WHICH YOU PAID A
bill for the month was 44 per cent sur
charge. City Clerk Merrill Edwards THE TEXTBOOKFOR
DEPOSIT AND WISH TO RETURN
backed up the Starke system, stressing ,
that the system had the 7th or 8th YOU MUST BRING
REFUND OF THE DEPOSIT
lowest rates in the state. He added r
are you that the surcharge was a high percen THETEXTBOOK TO THE FINANCE OFFICE OF THE
tage of the bill because: the ratea had
not been raised significantly In sometime DAYS FROM PUBLICATION
CENTER WITHIN THIRTY ((30))

spinningyour Commissioner Joe Warren pointedout REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED
that power bills would go up even ,DATE OF THIS NOTICE. NO
more in the near future, since the
federal government will prohibit the AFTER THAT DATE-
use of natural gas to generate energyin
1981U .
construction was also on the announced new City Hall that is 52 (This Notice Does, Not Apply To Current Students)

per cent complete.The commission
approved two changes in the plans,
wheels lighting extensions In the storage j l'HIC



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I of Police DutiesAfter ..:
Danny Parmenter Relieved Laptev "

County Ale.Rti" year. Goad prices In moat cases has
\ most of our cattlemen smiling-something

first requesting Patrolman release Chief Jordan stated, he Chief Jordan bed pointed out that whatever the outcome i., that you try .f) Notebook that has been a long time
Danny; Parmenter resign voluntarily "would like his resignation prior to his he had Instructed parmenter not to to keep It clean." com Inc.
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which he refused to do, Lawtey City Injury": Parmenter then 'refused to work any "traffic" after the accident Mayor Marvin Rosier seemingly BvBobby have been
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1oun:! <:members relieved Parmenter resign and "as soon as I would turn around tried to end the explosive discussionsby Even though prices calvO"'e
of Mi duties effective midnight he would be out there making stating, "Council members, you Taylor pretty good for light /
Tuesday, Sept. S. Jordan cited several examples of arrests" have heard the discussion: pro and con cattlemen are considering holding
'" calves through the winter. Forecasts
-- what is pleasure? their
has been off work since insatlsfactory performance on your Phone:M4-4ZM EsiensloatoaA
Parmenter's with Parmenter countered that he was Councilman Robert Scott remindedthe Indicate that cattle prices may
July :3 with an eye Injury which resulted part Parmenter
from the battery exploding on countering each with his side of the only doing this, aa with/ other things; Mayor that the chain of commandwas be good through next year. If so, and
has the feed and good
the.police car. He presented Chief story. He further stressed Jordan's to try to please Jordan. "set up so Jordan would give a has the cattleman a
M.M.. Jordan and the Council with a "uncaring" attitude when he pointedout During the heat of.the discussion recommendation to the Mayor and he' break: In the weath..T feed program he might realize a''
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release from his doctor to return to that he had to drive himself to the Councilman Ben McCulley pleadingly would give It to the Council" hoping permitted a lot of activity throughoutour greater return by. selling heavier
work. After being presented with the hospital while injured. requested "1 would like to ask: that to spare council members such dis- county. Folka are cutting grass calves next spring.Of
.' .' cussions. and putting hay a. fast a. their
"I would like to auk for a recom- equipment will run Looks like hay course this Is a consideration
mendation that he <(Parmenter< ) be will be In pretty good supply after all. and not a recommendation. Nobody
relieved of his duty,' Immediately This would be the beat time to make knows for sure what will happen In the
TIME FOR A CHANGE (Septembers) and return all property hay purchase* U you have cattle and cattle business(or any other farming
belonging to Lawtey" Chief Jordan need hay in your winter feeding i enterprise) during the next few years.
stab program.Buying and storing hay now Speaking of cattle, we have a good
.Hosier then said "The Council should save you money later because meeting planned for our cattlemen
hired Parmenter and, the Council most hay producers prefer to sell next week. The Bradford-Union
: should make a decision.' their excess hay as soon as It Is cured Cattleman's Association Is preparing
Vote said choice steak for Its members at 7 R
BILL SHEARINClay Councilman Wayne Massey 1 and baled. a .
move we honor the marshall! s recom- Corn harvest Is also active In our p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14. at the Agriculture i
mendation to the Mayor." Mayor area. Prices haven't been established, Building in Starke.A .
Hosier reiterated by laying, "In other but it looks like corn will be less than good program Is also planned. Dr. i
County Commission District 2 words, you move Mr. Parmenter be $2 per bushel to growers. This is ,Bruce Abblt our Extension Veterinarian .
relieved of his duty?" second break-even or a good price for those will be on hand to discus
and the motion was by who need corn for livestock feed.
., J >i Councilman McCulley. Two dollar corn Is causing a lot of BurcelloBis (Bang's Disease). Manyof
Proven : ;; Councilmen Massey McCulley growers to look Into on-the-farm our members and other cattlemen
Leader
:. ; Rosier and Bennett voted in favor of storage of their grain until prices throughout the country have become \'
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the motion, with Councilman Scott Improve later. More and more more and more concerned about this
\ dissenting, stating he was "against growers and buyers are erecting disease and the present control
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Administrative ;, ,,> the method in which it,was handled." storage bins. programs being carried out.
Proven AbilityPd. ; In father action the Council: This program of on-farm storage Is I have seen Dr. Abblt'a presentation
--Was informed by Clerk Lucille being supported by the USDA. Detailsof ,and I can (ell you It is well worth
Shuford the qualifying for two council the program are available through while.The program will rower questions -
seat (Ben McCulley and Wayne our local ASCS office In the Agricul- you have had about this major
Massey) would be October 3 through tural Building in SUrke. disease, and should help you make
17 with the fee being $.'10. decisions concerning your herd health j
-Was reminded of a special Plenty oIlI'a81 on most farms has program.Don't .
Political Ad. Pd. by Bill Shearin Campaign Fund meeting set for September 14 for helped keep our beef cattle In good forget the meeting I is 7 p.m.
working on the sewage project. condition. Most calves are heavier Thursday,Sept 14.at the Agriculture
L and of better quality than we had last Building In Starke.


'Zoning Board Story Fouled J

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A typesetting and proofreading "Attorney Jesse Wolbert advised
error in last week's Telegraph that due to the tie vote Smith's petition -
FAIR resulted In merging two unrelated would be sent to the County
paragraphs of the County Zoning Commission for final action without arecommendation
S I "H Board story resulting In a meaningless << ) from the Zoning
p. mystified hodgepodge readers. that must have Board.

"In another disputed petition.
The paragraphs concerning Dennis Wayne L,. Alldredge was denied
Smith's petition for rezoning 18 acres approval of his petition for reclassifying -
A on SR-16 (west), across from 20.000 square feet of property al
A. LARGE FRESDOZEN Conerley Estates from RIB to RIC his homettite three-fourths of a mile
PILLSBURY : permitting mobile homes; and Wayne north .of Starke on'the west Hide of
AIM -= EGGS Alldredge petition to rezone 20.000 Highway 16 from IUC to BA."
PLAIN OR SEIF-RISING square feet, now used for a garage We regret the error which made this 'f
operation, from IUC to BA to bring it story jump from one petition to ,/
PillshFLOUR TOOTHPASTE 59C into conformity with zoning In that another, destroying the continuity or
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; location, should have read as follows! : both. '
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Flours c SKILLET KLICSO BREAKFAST BRAND- .$119 ,
69 99 REGULAR ELECTION I
A SAVE 54C BACON LB '

HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA !

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Franks nun 21* lykes Grill Franks anus I Z"2o' 4 Officer
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: >auAtttY, .,: HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
1 rN. EreryDaYLowPrkt : rOODs September 1?, 1978

/IIOUHO 011 II.CYANGULAII MOUND ONMICTANOULAM EvcryOayLowPriccJUNE. SAVE 16C Make a Mark X opposite the name of the Candidate of

DISH PAN BOY YOUR CHOICE / your choice'I
WASTEBASKET- i
or CUTLERY NAMau5aa.CNlnTRAY .' "
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OM SWIST CWCUMB1US C FOR TOWN MARSHAL
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22 VOUtt ftc rode OCftCMCCTANQUUN win SALAD ocuru MACARONICHEDDAR
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CHOKE 7' !HOIC"" DAVID ULLISTON HUBER


; FARM BUCKET rt i e artf p/easerf/ (n accept RALPH S. VARNUM (Steve)
16 QT.
CLOTHES !
BASKET' I JMoues FOR CITY CLERK
e i I Vote for One- Term Two Years] !

t199CHO'CI ,
fMfOMiito njoet;
IRIS VIRGINIA HART
B
JANE E. HALL
"'S 'vmgs in; Health''.:' BeautY' Aids, .j I
SAVI 4M' n 1AM N/CHI f M ,w,
LISTERMINT *X? 1 .-FFIRDINTDENTURE SCIIICKut'i j _.e. m9/ url COUNCILMAN I

ii ii VOTE FOR FIVE ((5))
MOUTHWASH h
TABLETS BLADESAGREE fAMat Mlaa N" rN> Term One and Two Yean I '
FNBCI32oz S
.ON* Tl"0 MOM ;
4. *V09 i ErllOllADhwM Two candidate receiving: the most vote will I; ;'
$169 ,"v+ ,__" ,
BOTTLE ORE-IDA serve two year terms The remaining; three ,I'
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.ON. ? 69"
XRCME SHAMPOO .RO', ,-. MifNABISCO rN I: ,,
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RINSE u. "" ,0 i IW AOpN TED CURTIS

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CLAYTON NUGENTJR \
PAUL
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If Tornadoes[ Open '78 Fo ,ball Campaign at Baker o.f 11 at.


Frlda.5::. _'j'J.1II opposite guard weighs 180 with the
winner. come out the
times BUS baa come out the center 170 pounder.
the
this :
a.
look game
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"They upon \r-
of tile year" Bradford The Wildcats have become cotton winner.iJeker'ept. '; When the'Cats put the pigskin In the
biggest Head Coach game David HurM said of mouthed .In their thirst for a so-long- 1 (ta backfield threat u 1 11.a,1, f air look for Number 25 Robert
Baker County' Wildcats. awaited night of revenge. Last year a Peat.j or t West, but still has i lfw' Holllngs to be near the ball. Holllngs 1U
to BUS' veteran they came to Starke sporting gaudy big gu iveer in fullback ? ; rK.i Is Crews'' favorite receiver and will
head That mentor seems more worry than even hit t-i mark and left disappointed again Eugen -J*"*.4a!*! .?. 170 'pound l lparkpliWwhoJi ( yr come out of the slot often to test the
team' disappointing Jamboreeshowing after7 loss. called a Tornado secondary on Crew passes +
more than the youthful breakeK' y BHs scouts who saw him usually of the rollout variety
offensive and defensive line he will 'They will be ready for u*.they always In th*; Jamboree, Halfback CurtiiStoutamlre Defensively Baker County plays a
also weighs in at
170
start in Friday night's game more ....." Hurse sa d. "They looked four man front most of the time and
than the fact that the Tornadoes wW impressive In their jamboree against pounds and Is a capable ball-toter. three of their front liners are big'UDS.They .
heads
Crews the
Gordon
\ open the 78 season on the road, Jacksonville Bollea and BishopKenney Wildcat 6-1 offense from his quarterback up .0215.185.and 190 across the t
always a tough Uik. and could present problems to front and Hune says they are an
He's called "fair
28 times Macclenny Baker Countyhas us. Maccleony runs the veer Just like position.showed he could run passer'and in theFarma'rl. aggressive, competitive bunch. Two
met BHS on the grid- field, 28 we do and whoever executes: heal : senior linebackers head up the second
lino of defense for the Cats. one Is a
205 pounder.
defensive tackle Fred N'trightl <
Mutual :. The word on the Baker County BUS(loattes down a gulp of water(
secondary is that they cover the deep nJ Mar Mitchell waits for his turnt

2220 N. Temple Ave. f fi.t pass well. the faucet as the Tornadoes hate a
964.7871 Cxchong: @ y "If there Is a key to Friday's gameIt break In their
\ ..s. w going to be our execution,"Hurse preparations momentary for the 1871 football,
Fill Up said. "We have to execute our offense
Early { I season.
1 In order to win.

Sale On FEED DISCOUNT OH : .
KickoffinMnccl at 8
Miny p.m.

HEW ITEM SUPPLEMENTHOLASSES w;.. L 4p '.Kai 1 Coach David Murse warns Tornado Bradford County north on C8-30I.

LIQUID K"ln'n d h"fi'overs over Fred fans to remember that last year turning left Maxtllle: on hlRhs22S >
10% BEEF FEED ,, Woods In" a. stretching exercise at Baker County fans filled many of the and traveling IntolatC'l..nn: >.;
Tornado.footttttl, ,practice.jamboree. : good seats at Bradford Stadium by Turn left at the first red light lit
the Bits-Baker game early :Macclenn and proceed pan one
getting
Stimulator That Is All Nstursl.Dore :Cfews'will put pressure on before turning right one
This Is A Growth and BUS watchers to leave more light
urges
$ 0 0Up Bradford*' defensive'ends when he block after the light. The field It about
At All early for Macclenny to get good
Elfecl Hormones Ton
Not 5 sprints down''the scrimmage line on seating. is mile down the road on the left

To.10% Better Gain In Weight Per Lb. Baker County's quick veer blockers optionplay.MrfccWMlWKkMpable The field can be reached by leaving hand side.

On Feed. Per 60 Lb. PeJIeta Dllcouhf'T1\rOU'tntlliltf.>>.Mo't"jn' OCI" ; 15th. on :!the.:wings to give Crews option -nI1A J 1 b .".,., .Im" _..... ... ,n
$350 room. Tight end Lonnie;! Robinson Is a
IRQ pouaa strpriEboywhile the tackles t r
() ,
M tip the '6afa$(2l|W80 on both sides. -
Right "guar! l'.Doug Scott also weighs ;
13%, '190 pounds andlhW'quicknesi' and
13% Fitting 16% aggressiveness >makei him one ofThe
MaccleDatl
STEERFOTEHER HOt SHOWER 1\91G\ 5 rPORT



i SfW' FEED TOPPER :

-t '' 1 I... I ,..101 [ &.;:1 fI\1iI aslsatLf-. awstDl3rssaas I'JlteS'
50 Lb. 50 Lb. '

$ '585' 10th Game On 78 BHS Slate

$315' 420 4M3f pl Bradford High School Football features lag pound tailback Adam I

Coach David Nurse announced late Browning, who rushed for lust shy of,
.'. .. CARPETS FOR PLAY Tuesday afternoon that a 10th game 1,800 yards as a Junior and has drawn
Carpet manufacturers has been added to the Tornadoes 1978- attention from major colleges al.
are continually Innovating The Warriors also boast a
79 grid schedule. ready.
I ; presenting new the game will be a September 13 strong passing game to back
FEED ; Ideas In printed floor home encounter against West Nassau Browning's ground scampers.
FEEl.DOG coverings. Some are designed the northeast
HORSE a power In the AA ranks. Nest BHS has never met
especially for Nassau of Callahan was 8-2 In 1977 and Florida school on the football field.,
nurseries, others for
; kitchens, and some for
$6'50'. playrooms. At least one Bradford All-Sports-Club Mccft4.Prepares .

While Supply major manufacturer Is I

.. $310 LastMeal are making giant oameboards carpets which for for '78-79 Sports YearBHS'

50Lb. use Carpet In playrooms.Is the today All- Sports Club .which helps year Thursday) August 24, at the field
OF j ugpctsl happening In floor cover fund all varsity and Junior varsity house.
Ings. Manufacturers are sports at Bradford High. bias loiter The club will again count on $10
athletes held membership fees to help It In Its
for Tornado
= i'.i taking the lad In setting1 sweaters
+ tit ; ; rY4.rIle home decorator styles. .,its first meeting of the 197R.T) school funding of Tornado athletics. Presi-i

r wL, '. Carpets should be more dent DeWitt Hersey appointed Mr'l lI {
.carters Pierce and Mr..andBob'
and Mrs.\ George
functional..th :
than |lust
_. _.I ,- .'I :))1'11' : -decor.should be the center of the FUQUAY'S I t. Mru embershljr''' (ifen'iWM,drIVe h*rc6mmltteejMembership d4l iputhri)

14 Solvent' u 11- Be sure to took over our Professional entitles a Bradford HlhluppoI'ter
Water Slft.ner Inventory carpets to attend the three sports
large
.,1 Carpet Cleaning Club
before choosing. Our banquets the All -Sports puts on.
courteous salesmen will Shampooing Or each yearAnother:
40 Lbe Nuggets be happy to confer with Steam Cleaning means of income for the,
10 Lb. lag you on making the right club is the AllSports concession .
selection Stripping & Waxing stand which will be open during thishomefield
: I\f\\ i/: Tiles & Tornado football games.Maurice .
Floors.Jl84S598.Starke
Teal Tile
Overstreet volunteered to
$2131 (
$211 I I Carpet run the refreshment stand again this
Salt t' year and would be glad to have people

-==-=-: _-:...;, iII'1 '. : 964-7423 Stark Ha IE ,Free Estimates call help him out this at 4732892 year. to volunteer to'

Club officials wanted to express
p "" "'-
:: = : 1.1, their thanks to the people who have
I helped the All.Sports Club achieve. its.

11.)1. .. 'd i.a. .' goals.
The club will meet again Tuesday
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at the fieldhouse.
September 13.
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OFFICIAL-PRIMARY BALLOT "';;;::ji !, : \ !..;, ., Jam boree Kicks Off

PARTY --cZf; ',' ',.,t\\! ,

I NO. REPUBLICAN :' *' Warner FridayBradford I
'' Pop
CRADfORD COUNTY FLORID*: } ;_ r ( ,.:
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County's Pop
PRECINCT NO. : ,
.' .. iI' ,., r' .. ;" : l':; ,. : :JI.' L Cowboys kick off the 1978 campaign )
SEPTEMBER 12. 1978 .... Initials of Issuing Official this Friday night Sept. 8, with all
t: ... taking on Keystone
Voter division teams
of three
Signature I '" ...., 1.\; .
STUB NO. 1 tI .. N .. ., In Middleburg
\., :.1. ..it'(!." "r '. junior griddcrs a
h\ ,1/,1"/ .3jS..4..,......,. .'. Jamboree.

I d I ,'. /rPoIhB.St'f: .ngib. "y,,.:' ,"I. Action begins at 6 p.m., with
_.SL. r..,, I Bradford's Jr. Peewee Cowboys
I loft' O'TO t.****- : : locking horns with Keystone's Jr.:
OFFICIALRRIMARY:I BALLO' !, 4"L"" Peewee Steelers. At 7 pm. 'the

NO. 'it 'it:;", ,' Peewee Cowboys meet the Keystone
..' _. REPUBLICAN PARTY ; Rebels and at 8 p.m. the Jr. IVJidgets
'i.M1 >:: :U'4"f fO Panthers.
the
t i take on
; BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA :: yy Unable to fill out a Midget division

.1' PRECINCT.NO_ '' ?, .I f'7+(,1jl"'sl !; i',,; :At' [, ; L ; roster, the nine Bradford midget
"
I, "It' ". l&." players who signed up have Joined
V : "4n.. with the Lake Butler Bengal
SEPTEMBER 12, 1978 ;,; : forces)
t (. ; Initials of Issuing Official! the Bel Med Dolphins at
{'f ? .... and will play
STUBN0,2 ,. ( # Saturday.A .
j 11 a m.
,.,,{.'., .' ...:,Mj,, .. '',,"" .. car pool will be leaving forMlddleburg'
/
i" I ; Omega Park at S p.m.
'
{ 19lU2E! T -. 2 Z'_ .: ; r :.: Friday and each game will last two
., .
e. \ h.. or 45 minutes
quarters
eight-minute
I .. : OFFICIAL'fRiMARY BALLOT At a general meeting this past
:t.. week. It was announced that wetgh-ln
REPUBLICAN PARTY'S'| ,.;;::., certification will be tonight
s" :U' (Thursday, Sept. 7) beginning at 8
'''' BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA '.. I ;.: :. ",: ;::'i; ;'1'' p.m. Also papers have been signed
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l 'i", :. '. f.!.. ,. < ; "J: 'f' and the way is cleared for Pop Warnerto
rl .4", PRECIMCT'NO. ", .I 'j rv use the BHS field on Saturday It
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( i"'" was also announced that refunds will
'fJ;*' :d' ,' .f ,\. SEPTEMBER 12, 1978 ./. '; .;T.f'1. be made only In cases of medical
It "'. reasons! ,transfers out of town and if a
.' t < name of! the cand date or whom desire to vote:
;/1...; ,:,h-1,,:, ', ,- VOTE.for a candidate. mark crossXin( ) the blank s iJf jICHT\l j of the .. .l6t t\ you team was not filled.

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.. \: ., "' Qv4 ':>>111.'STAlE <: ;,""' i AI : < .'. r Dog Days Diverted
t. j I I 'f} ,A ,' ,. .
r : .: GomnoraRdlienienint Governor "' :;" ,"
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:. t" : ; ; ..,, The Dog Days are still with u.. Just
I ,y:
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Votei'orOto'ypJ' any
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the
u. -" :' I' :afternoon practice. Put, as nights
get cooler It's easy to see that the

It'I' I" JACK ECKERD '*"I "1/1/ !., .,. blazing weather won't be with us for
i't". ..'" < II' t JbslkirI "' 'I. 1t .. long 1 .
'. .i'' PAULA HAWKINS 'J., ,. .. <'':. 1 f- ." Ik::
r" .
r t,., yI I I ".'i Days
; : final
tl iI,' !. .' .. LA .o' I had plans to do the Dog
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ti
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FREY,9JNJSfP3I91411G: ',>, I Diversions segment on swimming
,, 'tLOU::] \ ..1.,; ,' ,.1/.1\/; \;" .It's effects on the heart and body. into
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I tTornadoes Stung Twice Jambpree :, t' "

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rned on two.long coring passe From Inside their own B U*> BBS goal from the three, Still toe Raider
'bile the offense WM slowed by defense toughened Two Urn* In a couldn't dent the IHIUlDe.
malties and mined assignment' row Robinson caUed his own numberon On first down Hildebrnnd plugged ft
Tornado eleven was Mopped 0-7 by the veer and both times red jersey hole at left guard allowing tailback j
nta Fe and Ide In the Fall football Jamboree last first down sophomore middle guard Jenkins and Moore then combined: to ,

hursday night Aug. 31, atainesvtl1a's Kevin Reddish stopped Robinson In halt Robinson's\ second down keeperfor ..... "
Florida Field. his tracks and on the next play Alton a two yard ke and a sweep by '.-V.
+ Though the setback In the final out. Moore drove the Raider Quarterback. Eddie Gray got only a yard back as .....--.
cornerman Donald Reddish toed him
up and Hlldebrand belted him down.

On fourth l the three .' '
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end Dixon to the flat but tight .i

coverage by Reddish caused. an overthrow 1
and ended the threat It I, "

"I was very pleased with the goal it.. '1--\C ,w. ytq .w 4 ,
line stand against Santa Fe." due 11 4 f frr
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still basically Inexperienced unit. I :\ ;.'
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Danny Hildebrand and noaeman I
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A crucial penalty wiped out a big -V Tyson looks for running room the opening quarter kick back tl yards and ran 31 yards Il'11
gain and throttled what might have on a kick rotors against CalsesvUle EaiUlde .b last from criminal against Eastslde but BUS stUI fell to the :. t 'l

been night In Bradford's their Initial best offensive drive of aeries the weekend's foothsOlamboree! at Florida: Field. Tyson took Gainesville school e... 1(t, ,1 I

after the stand. After halfback Marty the next play Norman again decoyed __ _______ I. :.; i.
the Raider defense with the fake to .w1 -- i
Chastaln cracked off right guard for the. I
three yards and some Breathing fullback and motored for.18 :yards to rallm. fq f

room, quarterback: Jeff Norman kept
the ball on the veer option and pickedup More football on,:page LOApNvlgl't

eight yards and a first down. On Be Sure To WTIrn(!) J

Tornado linebacker .
liUbJenkln.M.si tackle Altos Moore.M. unloaded en ----- .
Santa Ft quarterback Fred RoMason this Jamboree goal One play dropping ,
the Raider signal caller for a two yard loss.Bradford.held the. Raider, who bad Slaters .,
a first..eI'OIII from the three' yard line on this series, bat lost 7-0 when Seats

Fe cored on a long pats later In the. quarter Fte.! & Seat September For The i


side test before tomorrow night's to the ground after a pickup of Juht a Open U.S. 301 3.A .

season opener at Macclenny were yard. An Illegal procedure penaltymoved 7 A.M. r 12 P.M. Walnut 8t.. .
disappointing. Head Coach David the ball back to the Bradford l't '\" .. "
Hurse saw some good in the two eight and the Tornadoes dug In to top SUNBEAMMEW B t"tefmentojYour' "
quarter performance."We a third and goal play. Robinson again MITER OIL PEPSI : i

looked good at times, and of dropped back to pasi. this time .'
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course we looked bad at times In the looking for flanker Stanley Richardson J"t'6'. Tax ,
jamboree" Hurse said after a In the middle of the end zone but 7' 3 a.a .
grueling Monday morning workout."It with the Big Red front applying Dap Local Government.Pd I
was just case of too many missed preasure and linebacker blah Jenkins BOPDENS
assignments. We didn't get blown off fronting Richardson Robinson overthrew It", AUBRAtttt KER
the ball by either team but we are an his man... then a flag dropped. MMRo.1
awfully young team especially In the Bradford was nailed for past interference .100 ow Criat Pol. Adv. Pd By Steve Cardn Camp. Tree Pnm. I

lines and we just have. to work hard on giving Santa Fe a first and
our execution." ". 'IP. ,I I
Both Santa Fe and F.astslde used ,. ,t. ,"
long aerial strikes to score against

BHS. One other bomb fell through a OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT ". .. .. "
receivers hands behind the Tornado '
secondary. NO. (DEMOCRATIC PARTY t'

With just 1:57: to go in the first .. .
quarter of the jamboree Santa Fe's ,"'" t BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Y '<.I.. ". '. ?) ,;,. .. ":.' ..t
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Dwayne Dixon on a crossing STUB N0. 1 :, ,' ,: .*. '
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the 13 and watched the 197 pounder UIfl,1MJI ;t ;a I ;:/.r:
slice across the field Into the endzoneto Mr... .., ./ w. ,,.t ;.i.w'4 ,4dr;W', .1,.
give the Raiders a 6-0 lead that was ,......... -L1: ) ,\ r
'-0 when Dixon booted the point after. '"r-F" fM..I't .,. .' .i
Before the TD both teams had one '.,'JII" '" OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT 'J 1 1N.O .
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possession. The Tornadoes kicked off .I..J '' :
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to start the jamboree In the mammoth DEMOCRATIC PARTY ..Wftow., : .1. 1iI16: .1. '
home of the U of F Fighting Caters .. ;
with Santa Fe gaining possession at : '.(BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA :;; ": t /:' l
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jMWdity eJQf.4\1! Wlng,../A\lopped, ; by,* g'YAJmiBP,,: I RfflW;." i u'r..,.M. ......u,,, W'PA INCT. NO t. I .*'. "' .....v..... 'M'".,. _""'I"' 5 tHo: 'f' .. \ ,
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ornadoe Robinson reeled off 12 VraV\ if 3 f' '
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before yards Tornado on a third and linebacker eightdra Danny play .- J i. ..,
Hildebrand could take him off his feet. : '.
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JockelPosado Dominate Starke Tennis TourneyJennifer ,fJ -
the BIIS 33 but the gain was nullified the last play of the quarter and
as the Tornadoes were called for Norman had to scramble for a one
Jockel and Carlos Posado honors the Women' "A" Division game that made him Santa Fe he plans to'transfer to the Universityof clipping. Marvin Tyson bolted off yard gain as time ran out
swept to titles in both singles and Jockel outlasted her l5-yearold sister Community College's number one Florida and,try out for die Gator right guard for five yards on second In the quarter against Eastside the
doubles to highlight the highly Janice, &-7, 7-5, 6-2, In a thrilling player in 76 and 77 to dominate the tennis team In,JJw winter.In and 18, but the driver ended when a Rama passing attack was the differ
successful Starke Open Tennis Labor Day singles final. In double Men's Division Posado beat Joe third down jump pass from Norman to once Just as Santa Fe's throwing
the Jockel sisters teamed up for a 6-2. the Women's "8" division tight end Mark Mitchell fell game was earlier BUS outrushcd the
of Keystone 6-2, 6-4, In the
Saenx Loretta Roes toek the singles trophy Incomplete. Gainesville school 38 yards to 23 but
Tournament that closed out during final and teamed with Ed
6-4, championship match win over slnlges by defeating Marie Wynn in straight Santa FE'IICOI'lnaltrlke came one Eastside QB lluey Blackman
the Labor Day weekend at the Starke Lynn Pierce and Pam Tucker. Janice yCCrews beat Jerry McCrlff and sets loa, e-3. The Women's "B" play after Hlldebrand's 19 yard punt. completed two of (four passes for 7(1(
Golf and Country Club. Jockel played number one for the .of Stark 6-0, 6-1 In the doubles crown! went\ to Bonnie Landryand Penalties again derailed the BIIS yards and the only score: of tm
I Jockel, a 20 year-old local girl who Tornado girl netters In 1977-78 as a double finals.Posado Nina BrooUn,who teamed to defeat offense their second possession.On quarter.
played number one on the BHS girls junior. Eddy Joyce Sexton and JaneUe three successive plays 5 yard penal- Tornadoes got the ball first in
tennis team from 1973 to 1V75,took top Posado used the serve and voile" a native of Columbia, said Reese a-a, ft-1. ties were marked off as the Tornadoeswere the second quarter and thou the
drive lasted just five plays show
called for a mouthpiece Infraction :-
and encroachment twice. Santa the breakaway possibilities of Marvin
'"h ,. .... Ke was then flagged for 15 yards when Tyson. The 170 pounder ran the kickoff -
back 21 yards, almost finding a

!il:lilj\1'ISI: \ : It C:1.1J"IU.u\QCI: : : I II I',shoved:Thai Bradford gave as tight he the ran Tornadoes end a Jimmy crossing a Wright first pattern.downat was Tyson crack carried and going three for times much In the more next'

i their 33 but there were Just 26 five plays, being stacked up near the
I : seconds to play. Norman passed to line of scrimmage twice but shooting
I through a crack off right guard for ifi
Dale Rogers for II yards but subse-
.rClas quent attempts to Rogers and Scott yards on a second down play A lock
4iI- ..r freed
'- Allen fell incomplete and Wright was by center Marcus Cruce Tysonfor
the big gain, "Marcus had a good
blanketed by the Raider secondary on
jamboree for us" Ilurse said. "He

Dut: Dn Fill .K was He's very the only consistent offensive the lineman jamboree.we

have with any real exp(>rlt'n.'e.
/ Marvin ran the ball well too Thursday

} night"The'Tornadoes contained the Ham
:: 78 MODELS offense fairly well on the first East
(: encroachment
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Hide poHscsHion.
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4fW" penalties hurt the Big Red effort and
Ulackman kept the It play drive alive
.' r by hooking up with Wildcat Nolan
ALL GARS I ; -' Williams on an 18 yard puss completion
JeftllllerJoekel' consistency and but a fourth down bomb Intendedfor
endurance 'gave her the Womea's
Doug Wimberly was bunted up In
Divides. A title over sister Janice lathe Dale Rogers at the BIIS )II.
TRUCKS REDUCED 1Ji closest finals match BUS committed their only turnover
of the, night alter the ball changed<<1
hands Tyson hud rumbled nine yards
LgAL4s for a first down but two plays Idler n
i 79 MODELS ARRIVING handoff was bobbled and ICjstsidc.
..1' s Larry Harris recovered near midfield
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\ OCT. 6th. Two lays later the Hams scored
,. el9SED ; when Blackman lofted perfect strike
tl. Williams who raced down the left
T/e Are 801111 To Wh..11 Deal \ --t :L : sideline for a 52 Lard pas""in'
CARS t t. play to give Kast.sldc{ a u-u lead with
To More Oat1IIThe T8 Model I ("' 3'I4 to play.
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t ; WE HAVE A FINE SELECTIONI yard punt ended the quarter
"I wasn't pleased ilt till with out
:' f offensive showing in the ,jamboree."
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OF LATE MODEL USED CARS -- 'M111MV wVlw. +,IYIXwJg" Nurse admittedI011dav..Wc! didn'tmove
the hall. I felt we slowed ourselves .

t' AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD """ than the down opponents with the did penalties The penalties more

hurt us in crucial situations.! BUS
.: :"' _.. was flagged nine times in the two
-- .. .. .. quarters for just under :30; yards in
I<. \ '" "-:" II"'" walkoffs
'I iA Columbian Carlos Poiado's powerful net game and deep volleys kept "The two long puss completions
alEim TERWILLEGARMOTORS runner-up Joe Ssent.left, at bay in the men's finals. Saenx won three lough hurt us also but that ran. be
matches to get to the finals winning with his steady,few-mistakes style. corrected: Ilurse, continued, "I'd
r much rather see things! like that
happen in the jamboree than in the
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irlM A : : Ilurse and the formula coaching
y I staff have pushed I he Bradford grid
V club through a week of long practiceand

206 W "Madison St Stoke Ha. 964-7200 Robert Wyler of Glendale' Calif.'hes played at many at that"things film-watching like that"sessions don't happen to, >insure in
1,000 garnet of chess at a time.. tomorrow night's regular season
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Senator
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Democrat .

%$ DISTRICT 6 [BRADFORD COUNTY NEED


'.:. .'"I" A MAN WHO ?



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Ronnie Thomas

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;.vri f;(:'xi', r w '.. Who Is Honestly And Sincerely

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"'>.,<,1,. Interested In Our School System

3 And Its Students

The incumbent senator is a multi-millionaire who has voted for the things
Who Will Strive To Get Our school

you want to stop. System Back To Basics; Reading,

Stop '. '-' '"'C ; -,<' AI t Writing Arithmetic And Eliminate

Useless Frills (Or Classes)
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Big Government


StopHigh Who Will Vote On All Issues Concerning The Board With

Insurance Rates f? Good Common Sense And Judgement; Always ConsideringThe'

Education And Well Being Of The Students. And .

Stop Taxpayers Of Bradford County t

Tallahassee's control of Local Affairs C. Who Will Always Listen And Be Willing To Help With}\fhe

I Educational Needs Of the Children Of Bradford County: ,

StopAppointed '., '
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Public Service J '.' ,r' ,

Commission :

!J StopThe Your Children Don't Have-,


move to control schools 1 ,

,r in Tallahassee l' Choice, But You Do !! '


Stop r -..:. .
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Gun Control II.

f I' Put a CAP on Big Government. '' "

I Elect a man who will travel the district ALL year My opponent forgot Thomas

f .;the people who put him in Tallahassee Ask yourself why"you:: only see Vote .:

I 'your ftiCumbent senator during an election year then VOTE-FOR,


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Pd. Poi Ady Paid For BRonnie" Thorn**
Paid Pol Adv. Wilson for Senate
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BenchWith Area teams could manage only a stone's All-Stars. The host All-Stars r
,,third and fourth place finish in the finished third also falling to the
With Keystone American Legion Post 202 champ Merchants, along with second
Invitational Softball Tournament this place! Hogtown Rollers of G4IInesvIIk.t
past Labor Day weekend as the while finishing on top in gAmes with
Collings ,' +xa .ra Green Cove Merchants battled out of Slarke's Stan and Hobos of Keystone.
the loser's bracket to capture first Another local entry Starke
place honors. Firestone, had a short-lived,turn in'
.... .," Starke Senior Boys' Stan came the limelight, sending the. GC
Toraade. Football Schedule Tough at Tall End .,' away with fourth place, with two wins
",. .1 over Second Class of Gainesville,and
A demanding lour,ame truig during the second half of the campaign stands ..,J.. losses to the Merchants.... and Key ...moregojtbalon' 12A.
out .. one stakes preseason look at the 1978-79 Bradford High football ., '" -

schedule The Tornadoes play Ocala Forat Palatka Ocala Vanguard and St. Augus- ..",; ;, e ,'.},
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tine on successive weekends starting with the home tussle with defending -It IaV ,
District''YL r "" champ Forest on October 20. -
"That" .looks like the roughest part of our schedule, those four games back to ..,tit- ... .. .. ?_______ .".
back, Bradford Head Coach David Hume cautioned as he scanned the fall "Watch where you pat that tag. beater Starke St.n'first baseman Jerry ,
worksheet. Ilurse's comments and a capsule report on BUS' 78 regular Blalack ta. a fraction late as a Green Cove Merchant runner sets back safely In ;, I
season opponents follow.A preview of Friday's opening game opponent) Baker the Stars'.loss to champion Geese Cove In the Post 202 this weekend
tourney .
County,can be found elsewhere i the sports pages ee i
Gainesville Buchbols
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The Bobca will host Big Red September and Hurse said the Daryl Dickey-
led club "Impressed me In the jamboree" where they lost to powerful Gainesville ftIS! '
High!? but topped) Eaitslde 7-0 In overtime. Dickey is, of course, the son of 'fHE ,;; :;;; < *Mr r :.'. r + .1 "', '
UF Head Coach Doug Dickey and the Junior quarterback's rollout passing I .''I.' 0 9 ri ./
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talent makes Buchholx one of the top passing teams in the state. The Bobcats '' .1 +
did lose 26 players from last seasons Florida Bowl team though, and don't : rrtIi t!: ,
have the overall power of the team that beat BHS 10-0 last September. Still Ip# t "
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Dickey, tailback Ted Dixon and 235 pound tackle Hilbert Cue headline a team iMaodp* .
that received votes In the pre-seaaon AAA poll. TS\ISS /

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The Green Cove team comes to Starke September 29 and after a 1-9 season in l:.
1977 the Blue Devils figure as the weakest opponent on the Tornado card.They're ... "i,, 'J\"ong {Ii""
'" still a young,small team," Hurse said of Clay County, which fell 28-8 ;1\\
to the Tornadoes last season. .......\' .u f.,
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over Bradford In the spring and fall jamborees they could be a rude visitor. ,'..J..I., ,, .' AT WEIGHT WATCHERS
"Eastside is a much,much improved team over last year" Hurse'aid, and the General Bectrlo's ''', ;
state's sportswriters agreed, tabbing Eastslde in the 'also received votes category best air conditioner 1.' \ YOU'LL FIND HELP .j
of the preseason football poll after 4-6 year In 77. (gives you''"* T' TI
Doug Wlmberly and Huey Blackman will share the quarterback slot for East Mgh-offlelenoy ', \ I EVERYWHERE TOW 11IIUI.1: :::
Fide and both threw successfully against the Tornadoes in jamboree play.Line # <
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backers Val Brown and Benny Smith, 210 lead a small ballhawking Ram ,,' Helps hold down \ ..
elecfrlo bids Why try to lose weight on your own? s
defense.Eastside's greatest asset may be their rejuvenated attitude. Good preseason '
showln,'.have given them the confidence of a winner. every year Turn to your right or left at a Weight Watchers .
meeting and 11 hnd the encouragement of other 'J-'
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Ocala Forest you ,
.I> ,\ people who want to lose weight too. t
111h Turn the front of the and f '
October 20 Is the date for a home clash with perennial) power Forest. The II to room you'll see a
last after two An Energy, ,, person who really cares about your progress and your
'Cats were squeezed out of the playoffs in tough District 6 season \ ill .
consecutive state championships and lost the coach who guided them to the Efflelenoy \?, 'II". i "55I problems /
'Florida titles Brent Hall,to Live Oak but will again be a force to be reckoned Rating (HP.). +* t When It's time to eat.'turn to our Food Plan for !
I i with In north Florida."They won both quarters In their Jamboree,beating Van- up to 9.71 EXECUTIVE more delicious foods than you ever dreamed you could byt;r
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guard." Hurse said of the Wildcats "They'll be a good c MODEL have on a diet. 4. "'
Forest will travel without All-American quarterback Tyrone Young who is Plus .. Wbenyou'l'eooredortemptedlwntoourepec\a1 .
now at UF,but have an able ground gainer in tailback Dave Hodges.Last year all these eaturesi '_ Behavior Modification method designed especially lor ,
the Wildcats snuck by the Tornadoes 19-17 when they stood atop the state AAA .Top-discharge helps protect n.arby pIar' 'lings you.It will help you get the best ol temptation. II
poll. Hemuitlcally sealed CNmatufl' eortpn There are other reasons to turn to Weight Watchers fOur
Palatka .Automatld 2-sp aed tart. skilled professionals,doctors behavioral \1 If.;
,Capacities tom.'mosl lIOnMa-30.oooto'io.OOO psychologists,nutritionists gourmet chefs,lecturersi I'J'>< t
The Braves host BHS October 27 and figure to be even tougher than last year BTUH -1 who bring you the best weight control program In ."'. ,..
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when they lost to the Tornadoes 12-7 on the road and tied BHS and St. Augustinefor Want more Information? .."'I'Id' history.. ,. ,
the District 5 AAA Title. Call for free home survey and estimate. So turn to Weight Watchers.And: turn your hie "
"They are a big team and are definitely improved over last year" cording around. ,. ...,..,,! / I II .
:to Hurse.Seven returning starters make the defense a Palat Ca strong polntrnwr : 1Idr....3 iI./Ij: 7 '"
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Hurse describes the Knights as "The biggest team we'll face all rear. By .HEATING' ::17'c" a()) you.RETHIS CLOSE TO LOSING WEIGHT "
November there no telling what they'll be like.They could be one of best To Join Just Come To A Meeting, ,' :.
in the state by the time we meet them. 473-4777 .
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"A, Vanguard was&-3 last year and clubbed Forest 32-0 for a playoff spot but
returns just one starter from that team and though this.eason's outfit is big and REC. "CEN'tER :
talented they will be young. Bradford topped Vanguard 6-0 last year before the Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone PRATT St MONDAY. 7p m.

Knights started their charge to the playoffs. "WflQMT. WATOMCA, *"....,&... MfliiriMO. ,_.....Of WfiOMT IVTO*|.. '
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'. The fall hunting season began
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.Saturday marsh hen, Sept.season 2, ,with announced the rail the or PRECINCT NUMBER 1 LAWTEY VOLUNTEER, FIRE DEPARTMENT ,, ,':

Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission PRECINCT NUMBER 2' ,, LAWTEY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, I.
The Commission reminds hunters to
Check their 1978-79 hunting' 3)Y 'u''" BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR BUILDING
regulations for changes which PRECINCT NUMBER ; .
directly relate to their quarry. -
,- Migratory bird season dates PRECINCT NUMBER 4. '" BRADFORD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
recently approved have rail and '

continuing common (Florida through)November'gallinule 10 season,with PRECINCT NUMBER 5 ,..*, BRADFORD. COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY

shooting hours from one-half hour l. .::1'
Formerly High School Auditorium) t
before sunrise to sunset. There Is NO ( >> -'

open Snipe season season on will the begin purple Nov.gallinule.)11 and PRECINCT NUMBER 6 "' !\, : 'VBAYLESS' HIGHWAY. BAPTIST CHURCH

continue through Feb. 25. Shooting DO"'Formerly Norman Residency) ;.'', _
hours are one-half hour before sunriseto '
sunset with a daily limit of eight PRECINCT NUMBER 1.-3 .: r 329 CHURCH ". STREET '.
and possession limit of 16. r-cx; fJ ";
Woodcock season is set for Dec. 16 ; (Formerly R J.E, High Schoqj! ym (Next: Poor To Health Clinic)
through Feb. 18 with a daily limit of *
"five and possession limit of 10. PRECINCT NUMBER II' ,";,l W OLD ARMOR''l,; TEMPLE AVENUE
:Tentative dates for duck season
have been approved by the "_" ,"
Commission but will not be officially PRECINCT NUMBER 9 ,SOUTHSIDE; ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAFETERIA

established until the Sept. 23 meeting ,, ,
Orlando.Under the tentative dates, PRECINCT NUMBER 10 THERESSA COMMUNITY' CENTER THERESSA
duck season will again be two phases ,
with the first opening at one-half hour

before' sunrise on Wednesday. Nov. 22 PRECINCT NUMBER lJ10 't HAMPTON, CIJY HALL, HAMPTON
and.continuing through Dec. 10. ,

Thursday. The second, Dec. 21 phase, and end will Jan.begin 20. PRECINCT NUMBER 12 CHAMBER: :fpf 'COMMERCE BUILDING

Legal shooting hours are one-half

hour before sunrise to sunset every PRECINCT NUMBER 13. TERWILLEGAR. + MOTORS CO. MADISON STREET=

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ender tentatively approved : ,
point system a widgeons will now beclassified PRECINCT NUMBER '14 fiEAR'M'ORY\( EDWARDS ROAD '. 1
as 10 point rather than 25

point change ducks., Osceola In County another will be proposed addedto PRECINCT NUMBER 15. ,:BROOKER COMMUNITY HOUSE BROOKER I

the list of those areas in which steel
shot is required 12-gauge shotguns .' 1S S

when, Complete hunting information waterfowl.on migratory PLEASE ."NOTE THOSE MARKED ARE NEW LOCATIONS ) tJ' t, I. :'

game bird regulations as well as = ; : .. ,
general hunting regulations can be -
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obtained at any office d the : > "

Panama Commission.City,Tallahassee Offices are,located Lake City in : t p1 J ::3i" ;..:' .;., ':,, ', ; 1, i<)V "A i I. r I ,> j/r. >1 EVA FLYNN ', \\1-: ,; ,; ." ...

Lakeland, Ocala, West Palm Beach "
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Labor Day Auto Race M11rfme ;Augustine ha*been picked high by a lot of people and that'where they'll
fi3 J probably end up," Ilurse said of the Yellow Jackets, who parlayed a pewit-
season vote of area princlpala into a trip to the state semifinals In '77. The
Tom Smith and Joe Wilson of Starke and South Carolina with Wilson, a ., Jackets had to win the vote of principals to take the District 4 playoff spot last
carpenter, taking ;k I r... season but are favored to win the District title outright in 1978 behind a super,
area
were 42: car in the Labor
among
Day self-employed
Sportsman Race at the Golden Isle fifth in a 67 Chevelle.In !I charged ground game. 195 pound fullback Jlmmle Brazil Is being touted for All- ,
Speedway In Brunswick. Georgia with Monday's main event Wilson was ." wtord,,,,, State honor Yellow Jacket coach Foots Brumley has said Brazel "is fartheralong ;
Smith driving his 'KUChevefle running sixth early In the race when at this stag than David Johnson was."Johnson gained over 1.300 yards/
sixth : to a mechanical: troubles forced him Into r at St Augustine In 1976 and Is now running at first team fullback for.the University -
plac44nirti q n't .
of Florida Slick tailback Sammy Wilson the Jackets one of the best
the and out of the running.$10,000In gives
Smith of
Smith pita
Shop, held second Brothers Body prize money was given out duringthe Bradford a8lma ten will have pattern that win give them an edge at running duos In Florida and they'll run behind an experienced playoff-tested,
through most of the annual tournament time. '
their banquet Saturday.Sept. offensive line.
Monday's 25 lap feature race at the weekend's activities. Starke Club. Bass ,have, been hitting several
Race fans Smith and WilsonIn 9 at the Country We hope Live Oak "
Golden Isle can see
but
with four
Speedway ;
each of you have made plans to attend lures, ranging from a black or grape
Columbia County
pileup ,and he spun dropped out trying back to to avoid sixth a Speedway action every at the Saturday night with this event. ?;= six inch worm,to a rapala, or spinner Brent Hall had a 45-4 record at Forest the last four yean and will be a positive J
have been taken on aDevil' ,
After dinner .la served, the awards bait and some .
other local drivers. A of about ? Influence at the Suwanee County school"They're <
place. Smith had won a Sunday group
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will be presented to the Bassmaster of .Home/By September 21 they "Nurse Saks ofHall's
20 Bradford County fans attended the another team that la much Improved over last year.
qualifying race over a starting field of that
but
Year, the most could reverse their appetite
the
almost 30 cars from Florida, GeorgiaN Brunswick Races. improved Bulldogs,who finished 44 a year ago but fell 20-6 to the Tornadoes the
Fisherman of the year, and the 1978 Is very douMfW.NxI'msure '77 BUS finale. B.B. Roberson will be the only back Bradford will face In the
Classic winner. Earl will buza a spot over who rushed for In 1977.
Punt Pass & Kick Reg. Set The September tournament will be his favorite hole, this method could be. regular season 1,000 yards ,
at Orange and Lochloosa Lakes Sept. very productive this time of year. OOLooaeChaDleOO ". > ,
23. All boats will launch at Cross Looking forward to seeing you at
Punt, Pass and Kick competition Is There will be no fee, only rubber- Creek Fish Camp, with the tourna the banquet,Saturday at 7:30. 1 am Gainesville High waa rated first In the preseason AAAA poll for Florida. 1
Just around the corner,and the Starke soled athletic shoes are allowed, and mentstarting at 7 a.m.and ending at 7 very anxious to see September 23 get viewed the Gainesville jamboree and also a preseason tilt In Kockledge: Involving
Recreation Department announces 1st.:2nd. and 3rd place trophies will be p.m. sharp. here because I'm making my plans to Tltusvllle Astronaut, Merritt Island and Cocoa and GHS was the most
that registration : 8-13 year olds awarded. Clinics will be announced ata Water Is plentiful these! lakes,and be present, ready to fish hard and Impressive of that high-rated bunch. ,
interested In con.., iing will continue later date.SftlJJllfrOln. the grass Is no big problem either. uproot one'of.'those"pld rusty hawgs. Hurricane quarterback Johnell Brown is the kind of runner-passer that will
through Sept. 29, from 8:30: a.m. to Bass have been biting real good in .? .' ,. Bass Wishes, have major college scouts drooling before the season is over. '
5:30: p.m. weekdays. Orange for the past few weeks. The Neil CrawlordAvocado Cocoa beat the fifth ranked AAA team Astronaut, 7.0 before Astro whipped \
Local competition for the annual 11A temperature should be. dropping a Rockledge: : in 1 quarter. Based on their jamboree performances I would
event, sponsored in Starke by little by late September.I'm rate Cocoa the best AAA team I saw with Astronaut second and Santa Fe and
Terwillegar Ford, will begin Sept. 30 Merchants Into the loser's bracket ready for some good ol' Indian Eastside tied for third. '
with eight year olds beginning at 9 with a _saw 15-13 victory. Lloyd Summer weather' ', my The favorite seasonof &?&&: !** * i ,
a.m. and each age group continuing Gilpin and Steve Cox slapped homers the rytar. September This weekend's roandcollegefootballactionshowed..Tampabareal. Is not for
30 minute Intervals. In the game for' Firestone, but the tournament will be the second ...,Alebamo,Denver and the jinx on Buccaneer quarterbacks are for real,
of the 78-79 It Is
tournament
The future gridiron stars can Starke ten couldn't keep pace, falling season. mz * *
register at the old armory from 8-30 to to the Hogtown Rollers, 10-3, and very Important that each of you make There must be some crusty grid fans In Bradford who have seen a lot more
Center this tournament If you plan to get a football than 1 have.Can remember football team that could do as
5:30: ,or at Pratt St. Recreation Green Cove in a revenge game, 6-5. anyone a pro
from 2:30: to 5. Competition will be shot at the Bassmaster of the Year. much offensively as the Dallas Cowboys can? I,
held on Pratt St. field. Main Soft of Starke and Hobo's of award for the 1979 season. mat have occaiion- *;* *
Children eligible for the event must Keystone rounded out the eight team I understand several of the Dassmaaters ally eolUpted under the I read somewhere that Syracuse'would upset Florida State Saturday..It.!
be eight years old by December 31, of field, with both teams falling In two have scouted Orange Lake weight of their own fruit. won't happen.
this year, or not have their 14th birth- games. hoping they can; come up with ,a
day before the end of the this year,
and each age group will compete only Scott Cantor of Hogtown took the
against children their own axe. home run trophy with four round-
trippers and Green Cove pitcher
Rodney Black won the MVP trophy, The Decision Is Yours
cited by tourney director Lane Sibley
for outstanding defense and stick
work.

WoREt Willie Grlggs led Keystone's All. S
Stars hitters for the weekend with
Steve Cox of Firestone, Bill Malone of
The teeth of sharks are tat in Rain Soft, and Mike Jackson of
their mouths in rows. As one Starke's Stars wielding hot bats for Wisely
row wean out another taker their teams.
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"End of Summer" Held !"' Sfarke
Party Woman's Club
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Th i,Stark Golf and Country Club Dewey McKlnney Mr.and Mrs. Allen &C1dJy tf.r'1o.'
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ouU "*nd friends celebrated with an Pratt and,Mra. Jo* 8fp and Mr. and Conservation Program : 1
'End!: HSummer" party Thursday, Mrs.. Jay Carver *tn Activities
Augtss jijL at the club house. chairmen, also Mr.Mtflto WUHams,
Club wlU
The Woman' of Starke
TheJSS youth and who acted refreshment.chairman.
enjoyed swimming as the club with musical
a
now
year
cookout and ended the evening style open ffociat SP
program and program on conserve T/U Sweetest Strawbfrrlt TMt SU of Heaves
with ftplsco; 1 dancing in the Club
Mrs. JM. NormanJr.Honored ton at their luncheon meeting"
ballroom Wednesday Sept 13, at 12:15 p.ro.," .. .. .. .. ..
and .
Chaperoning assisting .in Joey llerres will present the "
serving the Mr. and at
teenager were musical followed by..a,
Mrs. Irvan Clark, Mr, and Mrs. program Mre.
Stork Shower H.L.program Speer on, chairman.conservation under Debbie Mitchell Charlotte Whitehead
{DUPLICATE BRIDGE will be Mrs. Mrs.
Hostesses Speer,
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CLUB RESULTS Mrs Sonny Norman was honored ala W.T. Jackson, Mrs. James Griffin '1 Honored atLuncheon Shower honoreeMiss
Tleing! for first place at Duplicate Mrs. Charley Johns, Mr, J.H. <
stork shower
Monday, Aug. 28, .
Bridge Mathewson Tuesday and Jeff night Wrenshall were Eva and given by Mrs Bobby Hancock?Mrs Jennings, Ml%. J.D. Seymour, Mrs. .'r Aug 26 Charlotte Whitehead whose
Marie Dent and Ida Shaw. Tleing for Kenneth Ellxson Mrs. Gary Buckley, O.L. Beasley and Mrs. /W, KiitcakL marriage to Franklin Durrance will
second place were Charlie Riddle and Mrs. James Crews, Mrs. E.L. Debbie Mitchell,whose marriage to be an event of Sept. 15,was honored at '
Jack Burnette'and Lora Francis and Norman and Mrs Arthur Schultz at JUNIOR CLUB Chuck Coty was an event of August 26, a bridal shower Friday evening Sept.
Rhea Johnson Third were Hilda Dey the home of the latter on SR229A. TO MEET was honored at a bridesmaid's 1 I. in the Pine Level Baptist Church
and Cecelia! Terwillegar. Games with prizes and refreshments luncheon on Saturday, August 26 Educational Building.
were enjoyed by the 15 guests The Junior Woman's Club will meet given by Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. at Highlighting points of Interest In the 'I
during the party hours. her home on E. Call Street hall were arrangements of pastel silk '
The refreshment table was covered the Monday club night house.Debbie,Sept.. It,at 7:30: p.m.. .at flowers. I
with a while lace cloth over pink liner Arrangements. of crepe myrtle were The refreshment table was covered I
and centered with a summer floral used throughout the house along with with a white lace: cloth over blue liner
BARGAINS arrangement. The white cake was hanging baskets and potted plants.. and was centered with an arrangement -
decorated with miniature baby Shuford of the same flowers.
accessories.The The nine luncheon table were .'' The honoree was presented with a
hostesses presented the Jessie Myers covered with linen outwork and lace \,.. corsage of silk flowers Interspersed
1 ROUPSKITS honoree with an umbrella baby cloths and low footed silver compotes with tiny wedding bells, doves and I '
stroller as a memento of the occasion. To Wed Sept. 9' held arrangements! of white and pink rings.
& SLICK .y carnations with maidenhair fern as Lynn Townsend, Hostesses were Mrs Vernle Thorn I
Miss Debbie Shuford and 'Jessie center pieces. ton Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr. Mrs. ,
Homemakers Club Myers will be united marriage The hostess presented the honoree Glen Prevatt Bishop Myrlck, Mrs. Jerald Baldwin. I
Saturday. Sept. 9, at a p.m.: In the with a rosebud corsage and the vegetable Mrs. Thornton Johns, Mrs John I t'',
Off bowl her chosen Wed 30 Kinney Sr., Mrs. John Kinney, Jr.,
To Meet Sept. 14 First Baptist Church of SUrke with a to china. Cur- To Sept.
reception following la the church sages were also presented to Mrs. Mrs. Mike Henderson Mrs Lynn
Fellowship Hall. Frank Mitchell mother of the bride Broome. Mrs. Dottle Kite and Mrs.
Hollis Lee Townsend
and Mrs ,
HOES local and Mm. Albert U. of Mr Don Tilley and Misses Cindy Beth j
Bradford County Homemakers club No Invitations are being sent Coty, mother Sr. of Groveland, Fla announce the
but all friends and relative are the groom. Davis Cynthia Thornton and Susan, !r
will meet Thursday Sept. 14, at 10a.m..at engagement and approaching '
1 invited to attend. Assisting In caring for the guests Thornton. '
Off lYE the Agriculture Building. marriage of their daughter, Lynn
\were I'dra.Hatdter' and her daughter, Elizabeth of Starke, to Glen Willard Approximately 60 guests attended i
Mrs. Ken Weaver of Fort Worth. between the hours 7:30: and It pm. ,
VI 'Hop WHa Key speaker will be Mrs. Beth L. B. Hardees Texas;her niece, Miss Susan Hatcherof Prevatt, son of Mrs. Mae Prevatt and
if Your / Moore Emergency Medical Technician Entertain AtRehearsal Maitland and Mrs. Robert W. the late Arch Prevatt of Hampton I
Size"J ,who will give a demonstration on Milner, Jr.Outoftown. Miss Townsend graduated from
pooo artificial resuscitation and choke Grovcland High School Valencia
Mrs
DinnerMr. guests weret College and Is currently Miss Charlotte Whitehead was
SELECTION OF) saver. James Hardee Leesburg,sister of the Community i
RN at Bradford County honored at a bridal shower Tuesday .I
as
interested in life employed
learning
saving Anyone is welcome to attend and Mrs. L.B. Ifardee were honoree, Mrs Albert W. Coty Boca Hospital. night, Aug. 29 given by friends at the If
}FANS Raton mother of the Mrs. Dan
hosts at a rehearsal supper Friday groom Mr Prevattgraduatcd from Paxton home of Mr. and Mrs A.B. r
,Mount Home, Misses
Williams Idaho
Sept, 1, at the Heilbronn Baptist High School; attended Aviation Ordinance Whitehead. Jr
Socially Priced Church Fellowship>>Hall for their son, Bonnie and Sandy Griffiths. Dunedin School at USNR and Is Centering the recreation room was
Mrs.:Nell Rogers, Thompson, Ga., large table covered with lace cloth
4 WO SUBARU PICKUP Dwayne, and fiancee. MUs Darlene currently employed with Seaboard a a \
of the
grandmother Mrs.
groom over blue liner The punch table was
I Luke following the couple' wedding Coastline.
Brand Now Immediate delivery
;SUNDRESSES Pickups & Station Wagons From rehearsal.The Herman Bunton, Leesburg Mrs. The wedding will take place Satur covered with a white linen cloth. Miss
Milford Atlanta, Ga and
$4688 P O E. head table held an arrangement Margaret.' Holland Jacksonville day Sept. 30, at 3 p.m. at Grace Kim Whitehead presided at the punch I
Mrs. Anne all
Wcstslde Volkswegtn/Subaru of white and yellow daisies. Baptist, Church In Starke. bowl.
aunts of the bride, Mrs Dodson
y2 OffJACK 1150 Lane Avo. S. During the supper the honored All friends and relatives are invitedto Sharing the occasion with Miss
Jacksonville Florida. Ph 781-5511 t couple presented gifts. to their atten- Manly, Leesburg, and Mrs. Gary attend. Whitehead was her mother, Mrs. A.B.
dants. Werwa, Coram, N.Y., cousins of the Whitehead. Sr. Mrs. C.". Durrance. '
bride.Miss Leslie Gunerson.Chicago, '. mother of the prospective groom J
WINTERCOORDINATES Ill! Mrs. Pat Beatty and daughter Douglas) Reunion Mrs. Sylvia Deloach sister of the ,
Prevents Aphids,Camellia, Scale, 1 Bethany Jenson Beach sister ana groom along with 25 other guests. ;
niece of the groom Mrs. Charles The hostesses presented Miss "
BLtitSES Red .Spiders,Scale, White Files And Buford and daughter, Amy of Clear The annual Douglas family reunion Whitehead with a corsage of carna
SKIS 1 water cousins of the groom. Mrs has been set for Sunday. Sept. 17, at theta and pompoms and a blender as a
Off Other Insect Pests From Wintering George Davis, Mrs. Gary Campbell, the Lake Butler Recreation Center. memento of the occasion.
S 2 Mrs. Kinnls Shumacher Mrs. James Registration will begin'at 10 a.m..
tA S, Reg. Price AL Over By Having Us Spray Now, It Clopton, Mrs. Murry Lands and Mrs. business meeting at noon and a picnic
Virgil Eggenburger, all of Boca lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Diane Hunnicutt
,NEW STOCK Should Be Done Well Ahead Of Frost Raton Miss Susan Hatcher Maitlandand All family members and friends are
Mrs. Ken Weaver of Fort Worth, Invited to attend and bring a picnic
JUST ARRIVED fOR BETTER HEALTH & BEAUTYHave Texas. lunch. ShowerHonoree
Clc Out of Gainesville Stores
Us Schedule LORIDA --- In JacksonvilleDiane

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dyertls od, :SpecialsICKEY'S, Your Sprayings Now ,.: ,:... ; .POLITICAL RALLY HunnicutU bride-elect of -i. j
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; CALL 964-5745 bridal shower Tuesday; Aug. s. "In
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'TACTIIITLIT ESTIMATES 539 E Call st. Starke,-Fla. : ( t( SUPPER Tommie Ferguson was hostess for '
Phone 964-5745 the evening and led games followed
1AIt IIIW.tlHIl, by serving of refreshments and the
BUS STADIUM opening or many gifts for the young

SATI1RDAY.SEI'T.9IIAlIDUUGEItS bride.
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was again honored with a drop in
ON SALE BY CIVITANS shower at the home of Mrs. Betty
Browning in Jacksonville. Kathy
Carter cousin of the bride hosted the
CANDIDATE SPEAKING 7OOP.M.: shower as friends and relatives
dropped by for the evening. The
'Sponsored By Bradford County shower lasted from 7 to 9 p.m. and
Democratic Executive Committee Diane received many useful gifts.



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+ a There Was A Time When Public,

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This Has Been Reversed To The Point Where The People

TIME TOEXPAND Are Now Servants Of The' Political System. ,

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x; I .1 The System Must Be Returned To,This: Concept ,

WE CAN HELP 'I Commissioner Should Travel Through The County Regularly' I '.

,YOU MAKE A To See The Condition Of The Roads And Water Drai age. '.

BIGGER HAUL! \ '' This 'Is His Responsibility And He Is Being Well Paid For it. ;h

You've run a successful business over the, rl
years .so successluL in lad that those truckS I

you We suggest began with an expansion are at the loan end ol to their upgrade road.,. .f; There Should Be No Increase In Taxes In Any Area. An :.

your fleet.Whether its newer larger more, :' 'Increase In Revemte Can Be Obtained By Reducing The
I'trucks you need.we know you'U use them Id '

So haul lens in get a bigger rolling share I of business,..and profit.t Size Of Government Our Local''Government Is The Place '"

Our business Is businesses -. like yours I II ,, :.,' ,,"I; Tft Start. This Would .Kill,Two Birds With One Stone ::: I

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iSCOUTNEWS : Debbie Mitchell and Charles Coty

. 2 Two City Seats Decided Tuesday> ; : I

Repeat Vows Aug. 26 at First BaptistThe

City Commission spots will be dt Incumbent Harold Eppe is opposed by Boy Scout Troop 70 elected officers
cldod this Tuesday,with voting for trio R.W. "Bob" Milner. Group One Tuesday night Sept. S,for the coining I
First Church the
Baptist was
Commissioner Wilbur Waters isunopposed.
Starke voters being
registered
2,270
year. setting for the marriage of Debora
held In the fire department! on Officers are: senior patrol leader t''S
Ruth Mitchell and Charles Woods
City residents win be unable to vote
Jefferson St at'
Schmidt
Dirk sergeant arms, '
theGroup for county races at the fin Coty Saturday ,August,at 7 p.m.
Trying to retain his seat In Clyde Sumner; scribe, Erie 'SI
with Rev. Ben P. Bryant
County and state voting performing I
Five Commission race. department. McCIenaghan; quarter mailer.Berry
Charles Schaeffer will be opposed by will take place In designated precinct Gnann; petrol leaden,David Victory the Miss nuptials.Mltchen Is the daughter of
Ted In Group Two, voting locations. Saucer and
Oglesby. and Larry ; reporter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell of I
Wayne Sutton. Starke. Mr.Cotyla the son of Mr. and
_ Nelson Pleads Guilty to Arson Theft participated The scouts In during a raft race the and summer a 12 Mrs. Al Coty of Boca Raton. ,
Presenting a of
program nuptial i
the Suwannee
mile trip on
canoe
A Starke man'who stole /a pickup A pre-sentence Investigation report River and a party at Klngsley Lake.WayaeSu music were Mrs. Drew Reddish, ,
Miss
truck and then attempted to set fire to was ordered by Judge Wayne Reporter, pianist; Cindy Cissy, organist;
it pleaded guilty in Circuit Court Carlisle. tton bill George soloist and oboelst, Miss r d ,s 1; "
Griffiths
Tuesday to attempted arson and This Monday's trial docket: has Bonnie and her o ',
accompanist, Miss Sandy Griffiths of #
grand theft Carlos Norman of Lawtey and
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Other charges of burglary grand Charles Wlnfred Rlgdon of Raiford, Dunedin. '
theft, and fire arm will be dropped who both pleaded not guilty on May The foyer of the church was
against! Joseph Sampson Nelson, who 19, facing charges burglary and ObituaryWalter beautifully decorated with an A'"'
wus arrested May 1 by Starke policemen grand theft of Nancy's Flowers. arrangement of white gladiolus.
for stealing a 1874\ CMC truck Both men are free on $1,000 shades of pink carnations: daisies and .
bond. M.KIa..W baby's breath. r as
and Country
from Town appearance
Walter M.King,M,of Starts, owner Centering the altar was a gold heart ''Y ,
and operator of Walt's Gulf Service candelabra with white tapers. Two
"Nothing; aitoniihcs; mm to much at common sense and N
Station died suddenly) Tuesday altar arrangements of white aK
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I plain dialing. Ralph Waldo Emerson evening, Sept. S, following a heart gladiolus, white roses, hot pink, light ; + i r
attack. pink and verlgated pink carnations '
-, -..... 11--1\ Born In Tlfton Gear July 27.19Z4. and pink fuJi chrysanthemums and s .i
Mr. King ke in the whltedaisies were placed between the
early ItMO's. For many years ha was heart candelabra and two pairs of
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS WITH employed by Clay Electric as safety gold IS branch spiral candelabras. In
director. He was a member of the theupperchdrlefttwogddcathedralandekbra ....
THE PERSONAL TOUCH- Flnt Baptist Church; Lodge No. 39. trees with burning tapers ,,.
F. It A.M.; and was a past exaltedI were used with Jade foliage trees .
( s .BY ;y5 I ruler of B.P.O.E.jandaNavy; veteran throughout the choir loft. 'I y
Register For These Classes at ) ? of World War 2. George Davis of Tampa served as
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... = Z Survivors include his wile Gloria best man.Ushers were Ken Weaver of + '
f .... cI Buford King; one son. Michael P. Fort Worth, Texas Gary Campbelland J,1 -
,; BEGINNER King of Starke; one brother, W.C. Ross Walters of Boca Raton.
:: \\I MACRAME CLASSES King of St. Petersburg; one skier Mrs. James Hardee of Leesburg, --- ,-'\
fit Mrs. John P, King of Sherman sister of the bride,attended as matron '! '
J1r\\ Starting WED. EVENING SEPT. 13, 7-9 Texas; and two aunts Miss Verdilee of honor. Mrs. Hardee wore a light ', %:
MORNING SEPT. 14, 10.12 King and Miss Mary Jane King both of pink qlana nylon sleeveless dress withempire
&* THURS Tlfton. Georgia. waist and printed silk organza '
r Funeralaervlce. will be held at 11 long sleeved Jacket. She carried an .
DECOUPAGE CLASSES a.m. Friday.Sept.E.in the DeWitt C. arm bouquet of silk roses with light '
Jones Funeral Home Chapel with pink steamers
TUESDAY EVENING SEPT. 19, 20 & Nov. 3, 7-9pm Rev.Ben P.Bryant ofOdatln,. Burial Bridal attendants) were Mrs. Jeff "t. .'

h, Reg/atretlon'3.00 Plum Material will be /in Crosby Lake Cemetery, McRae ,of Starke, Miss Leslie "
Gunderson of Chicago, III. and Mrs.
V v Dan Williams of Mount Home Idaho. tr
decorate v 1I They were attired In dark pink qlana
I nylon sleeveless dresses with empire
with Ribbon waist and printed silk organza long Mr. and Mrs Charlei W. Coty
sleeved Jackets. They carried arm

CHRISTMAS RIBBON 1 WORKSHOP ,.,a5o., .A..' bouquets of silk roses with light pink pastries. Assisting at the food table Winkler, Mrs. Nell Tucker,I Mrs.
,, t tr streamers. 'were Mrs. Eddie Blalock and Miss Leonard Register, Mrs. Cries
r SATURDAY, SEPT. 16. I 10am 4prr\ Little Miss Bethany Beatty of Win Cathorne of St. Petersburg Norman Mrs. Joe Gl ay, Mrs.Jenny
BROOMS WREATHS Stuart, niece of the groom, attended Centering the food table was an Tenly Mrs. Andy Baldree,I Miss
CHRISTMAS -
as flower girl In a white eyelet over arrangement of shades of pink and Melissa Winkler and Miss Cathy
r FLORAL CENTERPIECES BUTTERFLIES, etafig' l errrfK t I ,. pink dress with cap sleeves and long white carnations. Grlder. {
pink streamers. The two punch tables were covered Misses Nancy Grider and pare
It'A'1'1 9 The bride given in marriage by her with white satin cloths and held Winkler passed out the rice I b
25 Includes Instructions fi father,was lovely In a gown fashionedof crystal punch bowls encircled with Following a wedding trip the
BY ti silk organza with empire waist and greenery, pink carnations and white North Georgia Mountains and ekyU
I & All Materials .r.rtt.r a id/a>tf nC mandarian collar of lace with self pompoms. Presiding at the Island Ga. the couple are rest.ng In
z dtaetwnbAtiawlDaaabrrJl. ruffle that formed a V in the front and tables were Mrs.Pat Beatty of wart, Gainesville.
0 back; there were lace appliques on sister of the groom, Mrs. Amy Buford The bride Is a senior in cupa
CLASS IS LIMITEDFor
REGISTER NOW the bodice front and back accented, of Gainesville cousin of the groom tioniil Therapy at the Univ Ity 01
ACAPVLCOMN'BEACMCOMES with seed pearls. The full skirt endedIn Mrs Dodson Manly of Lee burg and Florida.) I
).MAYAN INN. a self ruffle and formed a train In Mrs Gary Werwa of Coram, N.Y Mr. Coty Is a 1978 gradua of the
Further Information Call ulANOraseACNt.oDOaTalASURe1aLINDINN. the back. Appliques of lace appeared cousins of the bride. University of South Florida)) Ith a
964-7792 on the skirt front accented by Others assisting In caring for the degree in CriminalJustice.lt tithe
SHERATON. M*.It9 tOf MM rtMnWWtl OAVTOMA.TMtofllUftwlHontt SWMtCSCtH aWO01." sequins. Her lace Juliet cap decorated guests were Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr., employed at the recept I and
150 W. Call St. Starke IKOI'.IH too Or DM*tur MM 1 with seed pearls secured her fingertipveil. Mrs. Kenneth Grider Mrs. George Medical Center in Lake But.
CMUWpn, MMrtCMMI.PODwnnj Le i r;. She carried an Edwardian
IMC SMon.nnnii bouquet of silk flowers in shades of
pink and white and silk greenery with ,., ':m,'I .+
... ..... white bridal satin streamers., tJ 'i? ; 'ai0on ;,. I
a'a 4, -ti A reception was held In the churchFellovrvship :BIRTHS I.' .. ..: ,, : ., II. .. t"J"' "
Hall where Mrs. Joan ..
Chitty greeted the guests at the door. I
rk The hall was decorated with Jennifer Jockel was on ttfOean'slist
arrangements of the bride's chosen Mr. and Mrs. James M. Norman at the University of Florij for the
birth of
the
Jr. of Starke announce a
J.J. colors. A large centerpiece of white
with
born 3 summer quarter a 4.0 eraie.
Georgina Ann Aug
,gladiolus shades of pink carnations dater
Grandparents
4' daisies and baby's breath was placed General Hospital.
r on the piano. are Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Patricia Lamb of Day to Beach
Mrs Ken Weaver of Fort Worth Norman. Sr. of Starke and Mr. and spent last Tuesday and W nesday
I, Texas and Miss Eve Futch: of Gainesville Mrs. A.B. Martin of Dothan Ala. with her brother "law at sister,
Mr, and Mrs. John E. Kum
kept the bride's book at a table
j draped with a spray of pink carna
n Dons, white pompoms and greenery. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark of
The bride's table was covered with Orlando announce the birth of a son. ELECT
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WOLBERT white satin cloth with lace trim and William Robert, born Saturday, Sept.
centered with a four tiered white 2. Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. TEDOGLESI
wedding cake with pink daisies topped Annie Overstreet of Starke and
with wedding bells Silver candelabras paternal grandfather is Robert Clarkof
+ 1 with burning white tapers Jacksonville. CITY COUNCILMAN GDUP 5
flanked the cake. Silver compotes Pd. Pol. Ad. Paid For By T.ctl,..by

.., ....' held decorated mints. ----
Cutting the cake at Intervals were 'indy Jordan of Live Oak U Jim
1 1. Bradford County 4-H Foundation Inc. Mrs George Pierce, Mrs. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wynn of Vaughn of West Palm Deal were
Buntonof Leesburg. aunt of the bride, Sampson City announce the birth of a Saturday guests of Mr.and M. H.A.
.and Mrs. Anne Holland of Jacksonville son, Steven Kyle, born August 16, in Lawson.
Lawtey Vol. Fire Dept. Inc. aunt of the bride. Alachua General Hospital. Paternal
The food table was covered with a grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Joe Stewart and Ted Bee have
: white linen and lace cloth and held Wynn of Sampson: City. Maternal returned to Washington, D.C ler 10
Theresa Vol. Fire Dept. Inc. : *. silver trays with dainty sandwiches, a grandparents Mr.and Mrs. Henry days visit with Mrs Georg pp at
I(I' silver aver held meat balls P. McClellan, also of Sampson City Kingsley Lake. '
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'r and other trays held cheese
4. Bradford Co. Athletic Assn. Inc. : balls ,assorted crackers and dainty VOTERONNIETH4AS

School Board Dist 7

5. Concerned Citizens Bradford Co.'lnc. Pd. Pol. Ad by Sept.Ronnie 12th Tfias.,

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6. Fellowship Of Churches Inc. ; ',. I II "'To The Citizensof k Mrs Til Slade re tufa last
visilth her
I Friday after 10 days
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? ca. t daughters and families Mnjd Mrs.
Lincoln City Comm. Inc. Whelchel at Boca Rat nd Mr.
: Starke John
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i : ., :. . ,,a and Mrs. Mike O'Brian in Ilnl. Mr.
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Slade joined the familjjie last
S.Speedville Comm. Inca 4 weekend.

i THANK YOU J Mrs Carolyn Redgr Mrs.
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9. March of Dimes > > Debbie Moseley and Mrid Mrs.
I -- jt Douglas Hardy spent the trend at

I 10. Bradford County Association For Giving Me The WW WiiVt Sanabel Island. '

PAUL MEMO FOR OUNTY

\ 11. Bradford County Chamber Commerce. Opportunity To Serve You, The People of COMMISSIONER REPEAL ALL GUN DI ICT NTROL 4.

,''I Starke, As Your City Commissioner For The LAWS.GUNS ONLY FREE JN OWN

Pol. Ad. Pd. by Paul ,

WHEN THEY NEEDED HIM HE WAS THERE Next Two Years.


I Have Tried Hard To Be The Kind Of Kevin Mr and and Mrs.Mr.H.L.and Hutiind M Donald stirs.

S WORKING 1 FOR YOU AND NOT ONE Jerkins and daughter, Dp spent
Commissioner The City Needs And Wants the' weekend at Cam f IaMing
Trailer Park.


I DOLLAR OF YOUR TAX MONEY Please Feel Free To Call On Me WheneverYou VOTE RONNIE****

Have A City Problem And I PromiseTo School Sept Board.13tl D tJ

WAS SPENT Pd. 'Pol. Ad by Ronnie I imas.
: ,) Do AH I Can To Help You ,,

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\ Mr and Mrs. Jay er andfamily
S family attended the C<
f reunion In Douglas. G ver the
Thanks Again For Your weekend.

VOTE WOLBERT SEPT. 12 V6TE6F, Confidence ELECT' ,



County Commissioner District 2Pd. SIneartly WILBER WATERS TED OGLE:

' Pot Adv. Paid For By JJ.WoUwrt CITY COUNCILMAN UP tRPd.
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) St. Edwards Church: winds up'' ',' I

ECRETRT'n slash pine stand doesn't grow 1-2 feet
Summer Program with Dinner., In height annually.We .

1..110.1 coBMfvWe should be happy with our
a WUM Bummer Art ProgramOn Swinging Swain" directed; by Mrs. availability of markets. We have pulp

Sunday, August Z1, a covereddish Brunetti were Todd Parker, Cindy, mills, veneer plants, sawmills. pole
dinner was hold in St. Edward's Doug and Donna .Damons, Becky, companies ana fence post markets.
Parish Hall. Members and friends Tony and Sheila Anderson, Tommy Competition la fierce between
who attended saw the display of work Parker Jennifer Stanley, Cliff and Hank. Cockraa companies wanting our wood re
resulting from clauses conducted Mike Brunetti, Jerl Ann Allen and sources. Even!: << a S acre woodlot can be
under the leadership of Mrs. Claire" Debbie Phillips. =i marketed and sold.
ir Brunetti during July and August.A .
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scale mqdel of a home completewith We Doat Have II 80 Bad While talking to a "smalt" wood

figure was constructed under Altar Boys Entertained' buyer In Colorado he said "there
the leadership of Bill Vogeney. Following morning ,, Mass on While traveling extensively would be no way he could purchase a
Macrame plant hangers were(made vy Thursday August 24, Altar Boys fromSt. throughout west Texas, New Mexico typical piM plantation lilt was tram-
and Colorado I had the
Mrs. Mary Stanley and her student Edward's Catholic Church were opportunity to ported to his area. The costs are too
observe and into the status of
Mrs. Antoinette Stefanelll showed guests of the Pastor Reverend Father Inquire restrictive."
crochet and embroidery work done by Patrick Foley to an outing at the Wild forestry. And during my trip home It So what about It? Does the southeastern -
concluded that forest land .
her pupils. Mrs. Mania O'Neill Water Attraction near Ocala was ownersIn woodland owner really have it '
John assisted the Southeast don't really have It so that bad?
displayed paintings and "modeling Pollard Father Foley
accomplished In her classes. In transporting these boys for a day of bad.Perhaps
the most
1 -, Lawrence Meng exhibited leatherwork fun: Alan Ashline, Frank: Coss, Chris common excuse a .; t'
in
landowner has
Items. Meng; Donald Cissy, Steve Spell, our area regardingthe

J Father Foley Introduced these and Juan Nguyen, Andy Fanton. Jim forestate reasons following why he harvest doesn't Is re-"It UI)13( ) "j"jD
other Instructors of the summer Nguyen and Pete Heiken.
Ruth who nil look the slides takes too long for the trees to grow
program, Including Meng They to water and "
taught a baking class, Fran and wrestled with the waves of the giant and receive any financial rewards. ( 'i1rn\?
Dolores Meng who conducted classes. pool there! On the way home from this But In reality, Isn't each working
social .
Donna Samons taught baton twirling exhiliroiing activity, they all refreshed person putting money Into his
clauses and entertained during the with their favorite ham security account? aooSterke's
Why out west the lodgepole and
1 1t evening. burgers french fries, and cool drinks.
rrL Mrs. Brunetti presented each ponderosa pine, englemann spruce
and douglas-fir mature between ISO-
instructor with a carnation ,corsageIn Baptism '
appreciation of their efforts; Mrs. Reverend Father Patrick Foley 600 years. Yet both Individuals and

Gerri Phillips, Diane Phillips, and officiated the Baptism on August 26 federal agencies continue to seed or d WA '
,.. ,rr Mrs. Anne Samon were also* recognized at St. Edward's Catholic: Church of plant knowing good and well they will
55 for their assistance. James Lorenzo Parado,son of Romeo never see the stand harvested.' So Is 20 bakery J
'., Mrs. Stanley accompanied her and Laura Parado. years really that long? .
guitar students with a musical Following the ceremony the What about tree growth? When
,. program including an arrangement Parado hosted a reception at their speaking of a late bloomer, pinyon
MIM composed and played by Denise Raiford home for family and friendsIn pine fits the picture. Why. It's nothing
t more than the size of a Texas tooth 138 East Call St. I
Aston. Cindy and Donna Parado and celebration of the occasion.
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< pick at age 25 years. About 3-5 feet in
/, Michael Brunetti completed the
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Starke
\ Seminarians height.Woodland
ir
guitar quartet. \
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Donna Samons entertained with'herstudents John Pollard a St. Edward's owners our areas 064-5890
.. : Noel and BernlceVogeney, parishioner wlli be entering the jump up and down and scream If their

I 4 Chrystat and Rachel Allen, Diane Seminary of St. Vincent de Paul at .
Phillips and Cindy Samons. Boynton Beach, Florida. on Monday, ,
\ Mr.and Mr.David Rountree' Appearing In the two plays, "Oh, September 5. '
Piffle, It's Only A Sniffle,;" and ""My: He has already 'completed his 1
diane HunnicuttDavid Rountree college education with a degree in 1
.-c--e-.c- Sociology lie will' be attending 4 JIM'S ,

W In Home Ceremony At Silver Lake 2JU..A'.u': years John of has graduate been employed study In Theology at Radio, STYLING '

Station WPXE for some time and has

LH Faulkner empire waistline. An orchid was worn Mrs. P.D. Reddish has returned' been active In parish and communitywork. CENTER .1'.
Mary
y in the right side of her hair which was after a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. All his friends,Irt..,the! area wish
Mis Diane Hwmlcutt and Mr. and Glen Reddish In Fayetteville, N.C. him well!
then removed by the groom
Now Has New Hours ;
Davl Rountree were united In placed on the left side after the vows Mr. Guy "Guido" Fregcau who has
mare eSundayAug.20at6p.m.In spoken. Mr.and Mrs. J.C Vining of Palatka been assisting at St. Edward's for the
the h e 01 the brides parents on were Matron of honor 'Kathy Carter, were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. past two months will also be returningto OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK- 't
Silver ke near Keystone Heights. St. Vincent de foul Seminary in
cousin of the bride, wore a pink halter L.D. Vining. ,
Die Is the daughter 01 Mr and early September. (I' Mon Sat 8:30-5:00
and a pink hat decorated with : :
gown
lIam R. Hunnicutt 01 Raiford. "Guido" who has of
Mrs two study
pink ribbons and mums. She carriedone Mrs A.J. Barry took son, Drew,and years .
David the son 01 Mr end Mrs. J.M. remaining made friends duringthe
long stemmed red rose to repro.sent daughter, Adrienne to Birmingham many
Rount 01 Delra Beach. the bride and groom. Southern College, Ala. last Friday to summer months here. Thurs & Fri Also
The remony took place on the Bridesmaids were Cleo King of Wednesday. Mr Jim O'Neal a former St.
dock lake house which lined Edward's is Evening Appointments
0 e wes Starke, Lynn Hall of Keystone parishioner completinghis
with r potted mums and four Heights Robin Warren of Fernandina final year at the Pope, John XIII
potted eon each side to outline the Beach and Lonnie Steirig of ELECT National Seminary In Weston. Operators
aisle. mums were the colors 01 the Micanopy. Each bridesmaid carried Massachusetts.
rainbo pink, coral yellow, blue three carnations with ribbon to match Jim will be remembered as a --------------------------,
and g r. The bridal attendants all their gown. Their hats were color TED OGLES BY former instructor at the' Bradford I F Jim Morgan Eloise Siemer I II
wore I halter gowns to match the coordinated with the gowns, with Middle School. He alai spent several I I II
colors each mum. and COUNCilMAN GROUP 5 years with the National. Guard at
ribbons mums. 1
The ch from which the bridal Lynn Arnold, cousin of the bride CITPY. Pol. Ad, P.ld For BII r.d Ogl.. y Camp Blinding I L Ronnie Moff-- Linda Rhue I
party de their entrance was dress andcarried Reverend Father Bill l Christensen Is
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decors with white, blue and pink a basket of orchid petals. F.It. Kramer has returned from a now doing missionary work In India. -
ding bells. White gloss Father Bill was'ordained several '
crepe Best man was Mark Blake of months visit with his son-in-law and Full Service Beauty Salon/ ; :'
rolled from the porch to the yeut'srllnd< 'W the son-of Mrs.
paper Grimes Gainesville )
Micanopy. John of and Mrs. a..J
daughter, Mr John.Patter
I i the aisle. The arch was j .chtil MD: 9( t jL\ ,
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With brbhidd"ternatlons served usbe/i :X son in Cain)'Patun> *- tbs& asutw &, f 1"-- ''''' 'It \
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.-' Ivy breath the wedding march. Before the Mr.and Mrs. R.R. Howe)] spent the' V St. Burse Fund 301 North I \1
groom'other, Mrs. J.W Rountree, Edward'sl'arlsh Council at their
bride appeared on the dock, she weekend with their son and
provld e orchids, along with cut stopped and gave her mother and in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howellin l last meeting voted to establish, a 964-6394
bride's Mrs. Fund will be used
flower ,the mother Burse which
red
mother-in-law elect one rose each Eustis.
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Round made over 150 arrange- specifically for assistance |n
the
then proceeded to greet wedding
chids and breath seminarians.
ments baby's
educating
party waiting on the dock. Mr. and Mrs. JD. Seymour, Mr. parish
for the
ty. Larry Seymour of Gainesville and Mrs. Marion Harrington and
The e's also made
bouquet was
performed the reading of Ormond Beach
ceremony family Douglas
the m's mother. It
by was an
from Corinthians and a called of Hallle
poem Seymour Jacksonville.
01 orchids and
arrang rot baby'sbreath "The Prophet." The bride and groom Seymour and Janie Partin of Gaines-
wrote their vows for each other and ville and C.N. Christie of Starke spent t
The e wore a white floor length
recited them at this time while ex- the weekend at the Seymour cottage,
silk c sleeveless gown with an I
changing their rings.A 'on Kingsley Lake. '
reception followed In the home of

i! the bride: The wedding cake was a VOTE RONNIE THOMAS
three-tier square white cake School Board District I LI
C.Xb* decorated with blue and green forget- S.pt. 12th ,j
me-nots and an arrangement of
Thomas.
Pol. Ad by Ronnie
Mr d Mrs R.O. Dansby were orchids topped with wedding bells. Pd.
Mon dinner guests of Capt. and Fern was spread all around the
Mrs key Dansby in Gainesville.M bottom of the cake, Charles Dean Johns graduated witha

The bride and groom then toasted to BAC degree Aug. 18 from Brigham.
.F1. Fields spent Sunday to a long and happy future from a bottle Young University.
last ay with Mrs. Elsa Lyles in of champagne. After a honeymoon
Jack iIIe. Mrs. Fields had as the couple will reside on Silver Luke Local admittances to Bradford
Sund' !Isitors Mr and Mrs. Charles in Keystone Heights. County Hospital this week include:
Flel Jacksonville. Ms. Jan Norman kept the bride's from Starke Dennis Smith,,Emory
book.Jo and Hoi ley I lea red and Joyce Prevatt, Sr., Lily Johnson Gladys
Mil Hamlin and Pat and Daniel Norman served shrimp dip crab dip Jackson. Gary Wllberg, William .I
LItU Richardson, Texas were with party crackers wedding cake Silcox, Violet Cain Harvey Perkins. CONGRESSMAN DON
race eats of Mr. and Mrs. Gary punch mixed nuts and mints, Shean Kersey, Irene Brooks and Della
Buck chicken,ham, eggs tuna and pimento Coodge Louis Szorger of Hampton;
cheese party sandwiches with Bertha Gandy of Melrose; James .cry'
ELE PAUL MENG. COUNTY pretzels.Among. Wray.Agnes Thomas and Arlie Dobbsof FUQUA-Th
COM SIONER DISTRICT 4. the out-of-town guests were Lawtey; Edna Hanes of Raiford;
THE CAN BE NO SELF Mr. and Mrs. )'.C. (Sammy) and Maria Vicars of Graham.
IMP MENT WITHOUT GOD'S McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. David Cares' w

HELPol. Arnold and daughter, Lucy; Mrs. Mrs. Irene Goodwin was visiting ,w
d. by Paul M.ng.Mr Nancy Vivian, all of Darlington S.C.; relatives In Orlando, Apopka: and '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olivlery and Al lament Springs last week. about ; : :
daughter. Tracy of Chiefland, Mr.: :
Mrs. Ogden Bates 01 and Mrs. Harold Browning and .
Jacks lie were Sunday guests of Barney Browning, '111, Miss Penny
Mrs. s Weldon and Mr. and Mrs. Browning and Mr. and Mrs. Herman "Be brief when you' cannot
Rabbi aileI' Thomas and son, Dale all of Jacksonville be good. ->n 4 YOU i
and Mr and Mrs. Tommy St. Francis D..,Sat'..lTO
Mrs McClane 01 Gainesville Carter of Callahan. .
was of Mr. and Mrs. Huston .
McCla ring the weekend.J.D. iI

THE PEOPLE OF I
m was In North Florida :
Regio l08pital Aug. 27-8ept. 2 for BRaaFOeo.couNTYAfia

'oblier n and treatment 11 t I "a


VOT UL MENG: THE CURE SURROUMDIXa J
FOR ERTY IS WORK.
d, Paul Mang. ... ''fI '
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The ke Strawberry Swingers I would like to take this method of asking'

anen the Florida Knothead to you to vote for my nephew ,
Konve in Tampa Friday ,
Monde trending were: Jim and ."
Sandr scan, Norman and Emma DON DANSBY I ,'.1':,n
Jean rag, Sharon and Morris '' '.

Willis Bob and Mary Agnes For The Office of : .. .
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'ergu Jerry and Dina Petrella, '
Drew .Ada Reddish, S.G. and STATE S
Ernes Denmark, E.W. and Lucy COMPTROLLERS ri: ..\
and Carol Bruner, Don S
and Hodgerry B a Rardon, Harry and May Don worked his way through Rice University \,

Hatch elvln and Barbara Prevatt then received his law degree form
cl S Roy and Hazel Hall 01
Mel ee Fisher 01 Waldo ,and Duke University

,Don e Mr.01 Gainesville.Mr. Eston Jordan. were He has had eleven years In, private, law 7L j; I [ ; k 'I S ::'


,vacat the II,0 In weeks the Smoky Mountains practice and Is well! ,qualified for the Job j .


Mr l.1n.Mae, Baldwin visited THANKING YOU SINCERELY, "'

!their n-Iaw' and daughter 1\11' B.8.DASSBY
and James Montuoro" and 4
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I B)0.lereaMag; Hampton Area News Kuykend New second: ll..graders claaa are In Mini Timothy Joyce .;, ..../. 7

Ph. .>.... .IS I Tom Cunningham
Slater Dana.MacWay,
SeelarCHliensThe drove to HarloW Georgia on$ ,tember2ndWattendthefamilp and John Kahme.Jeannle .
Bookmobile reunion of Hodge. Shannon Shealy.

Senior Cltliena Club the Woods family. Since Miriam grew Nancy VYaldron. Michelle Klrchalna 'a
Hampton
The Bradford County Bookmobile enjoyed 'seeing Kldd
and twine Richard and Russell
held an interesting meeting on many herrraeLati
make regular visits to the Hampton lat with 19 members of there. are Mrs. Arleen Rich's new thirdgrade
Poet Office parking Tuesday September
every Happy Birthday to Leslie Brown students.
from 12:30: until 2:30: P.M. A variety of attending.Mrs Jeanette Krlegerreadsome who was 10 on Sept. 5)) Jeannette MacWay was welcomedas
poetry and told highlights of her
books la available for
Interesting .
student In Miss
a new Mindy
recent to Hawaii The next "
readers of all free of charge trip ?
ages Like
Hampton Bevtlla's fourth grade"'
meeting of this. group .Is scheduled for bb i.
September 13 at 3:00: p.m. In the City Renee Billings, Tool Hershberger. 1r
W11 Scott Clark celebrated his 16th Glenna Jones, and Karla Kidd are the
birthday on Sept. 2nd! The cake new fifth graders in Miss Claudetto uy T

Veto decorated with beautiful horse head Peterson's class.
was almost too pretty to cut! He Mn. Ernestine Denmark's new

Registered. voters have the privilege entertained members of his riding students are Jenny Jones from
of voting for the bat person for club as well as all his family that day. Alacbua} Kelia Shealy from Plant
They had a cookout and enjoyed City and Michelle Rahme.
September 12.
respective! positions on
The; City Hill will be open from 7:00 riding in the evening. Now Scott Is old New students In Mrs. Carole
enough to drive that carl Stevenson's class are Woody Jones
A.M. until 7:00 P.M.. so everyone
should find the time to visit. the polls Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges enjoyeda and Raymond Ker chner. Brand }
that square dancing weekend with the Wyrick has also come back after
day.
Strawberry Swingers in Tampa.Mr. transferring to Georgia.
'' and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn and
Happy Birthday
:
Ask daughters spent the Labor Day Mean

Recent birthdays were celebratedby weekend at their property on the lake.
They always enjoy seeing friends who MONDAVItram 10"--, _s.w AS.a.e .SLIM, i
Charley Amy Williams on August andAngela 24. were their neighbor several years ....* fr..w .... r.H, miw.TUaSDAVi .
Denise Curtis on August 29, MM *-.etufH ..)._ c rr...
Thomas on August 28. ago.Mr. .__..,..... ..... -- ISMS.Ia.IS ..
I' also Fred .and Mrs. Paul Meng and family W MSS* mlM.WSONatOAVt, .
to
E.Johns. Happy Birthday entertained with a reunion on September MM.a*... .IM, toM.Xltll MMHIM Award for No Fatalities in City
who live 4
Peeples was on September
3rd. Among those attending were Mmt kvttar ,Mk ......
and to hU sister Donna, who was ,
TMUBIDAVi a SSSSAe.r.sf CMMnta nM
sons, John, Mike and Joe Martin of ll., .. Wb. Barber hands Starke Polle Chief
even on September 81! They had a p *l $MM MUM CftMM tfMd tH !' Florida Highway .n1IIt. U
nice decorated cake and celebrated Crystal River)Mr and Mrs. Bill Meng milk.puiDAVi. .. Jimmy Bewea a certificate from the Department of Highway.' ,ad Motor
of St Mr. and .1..11Iot. kwfc PrwK* IrlM Sand
and Dana Petersburg
with a on Sal. ... Vehicles recognizing the city.baa BO fatal raffle accidents 177. I Ittarke
party Mrs. Carlton Meng and Angela of Mint. .. .. lulc., triHI (Ie')!'' mlHc.
has not received a certificate since: IMS. but In 177 receive e only
a About This Question: CongratulationsThe Jacksonville Beverly came from oae given la this part.the stale said Barber.Brooker ,
Orlando and Joyce from Keystone Deputies End
Heights. Mr. and Mrs Kenny
Lotto of Beauty Bowling Team
McClure and Kasey were there, also ia -_. -- -
"My Homeowner Policy came out in first place In their final News
and Mrs. and
Mr. Scogglns
Randy
on August 291! Susie Lott,
coven unscheduled personal Evelyn games Bsuldree/ and Marlene Rutson April, and Mr. and Mrs Theron Youths SpreeBradford
to 50 and children Adam and 4
,
property Hunter
are the proud members of this team. by Jeaaette Prescott BROOKER SCIIOO
percent of the dwellinginsurance. Their Fall Season began on September Renee. Phone M3-171S LUNCH MENU ,

However it S, and we wish them Iota of good Also other enjoying food the chicken were all Barbqueand members and Clay Deputies ended a ELEMENTARY SEPT,11./8,1578

only coven afl jewelryand luck this term also. good freeloading lake area vacation for BROOKER Monday Chicken with rl ; carrot
Francis SCHOOL
of the Meng family, Including
fur to$500 total for Awards were given at the Bowling Chris, Tom. Kevin, Gerald, two Jacksonville juveniles last week Brooker Elementary School opened sticks, strawberry short' ( ce with
held at the Western Sizzler In when after
Banquet one .was apprehended a
theft. Should add a Lawrence, Rita of Calneavllle, Mr. topping, Greek salad, pli i rolls,
we Gainesville Tuesday evening, three day chase around the Bedford Monday Aug. 28, under the leadership milk. .
'scheduled personalproperty' and Mrs. Russell Gilbert and Karen of of a new principal. Charles
September 5th. and Brooklyn lake areas.
Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday t Sloppy Joes. ( ipcfruit
Micanopy, Eugene Francis. The students, faculty and
endorsement to Bradford Don
According Deputy
Meng and Angela, Mr and Mrs parents welcome him and hope for along sections, green beans, bu milk,
Taking Denton, the boys only committed
to Individually cover David Meng and daughters, Tina and and satisfactory association french fries.Wednesdays.
petty things In the lake area but were
items Baked ham anted
these expensive and Mrs. Michael Brunetti Carrie, of Starke. together. 179 students are enrolled.
Mr wanted by Duval County for boat and
Also enjoying the day were Laurie There are 7 cl....... The teachers are yams! steamed cabbage, ap auce,
and
Mike and Clifford joined Mr. trailer theft, plus one theft of a 911,000 corn break, milk, cookies. '
Charley E. Mrs. Bob Gordon and Kenny on Labor Stimon of Chattanooga Tennessee to $12.000 van. as follows: Kindergarten, Mrs. Cook; Boiled beans h rice
David Barton of Altomonte Springsand Grade I, Mrs.Hobbs Grades 2 and 3, Thursday ,
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Day when they all went tubing on the In addition to recovering a Glastron ham seasoning and butter
AGENCY Ichtucknee. They all had funl Ken Hanson of Gainesville boat and trailer which had been pulled Mrs. Jackson; Grade 3, Mrs. Pillow; celery sticks, cabbage peen, car onion
JOHNS
Grades 4 and 5, Mrs Watson Grades
;
School News down to the Keystone area from the salad, fruit rolls mil
Reunion 5 and 6, Mr. Ezzell; Grades 6 and 7, Jello
First Week St. Johns River, and the van. Friday: Oven fried fish vn grits,
131 S. WALNUT authorities also recovered another Mrs. Nichols
freeze
juice .tpk-eyed
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown and All went very well the first week of boat which had been taken from its The schedules are as follows:' orange, hush mils
PHONE 9645070 ions, Dannie and Leslie, and Mrs. school! Among new faces this year mooring spot on Lake Bedford. Spelling 8:30-0: a.m., 2nd 7th; peas puppies

Eugene Menu and daughter Angela: are Kindergartners: Bryan: Archer, After a chase for two days by Brad- Physical Education 9 9:45 a.m.,
Melissa Byrd. Andria Fenton Aimee ford deputies, Clay deputies assisted teachers: Ezell, Nichols; 9:45: 10:30:

Hodges, Amy. Horne L".-Jones, and apprehended one of the youths a.m., teachers: Cook, Hobbs, SFCC Regist Ition
Wendy Keen, Wayne Kerschner hitchhiking toward Jacksonville.Since Jackson; 10:30-11:19: : a.m., teachers: .

OFFICIAL BALLOT Beck! Nugent, Robbie Padgett, FredPeeples the boy was caught In Clay Pillow, Watson. '
Johnny Powers, Johnny County, he was first taken to Green Lunch: 11-11:30: a.m.. Cook and Set Sept. 11AtStarke'Of-

Powers,Jason Regar,Randy Rhoden, Cove Springs released to Bradford Hobbs; 11:39: 12:05 p.m.. Jackson
FIRST PRIMARY Don Roberta Chad Smith, Michael County and then turned over to Duval and Pillow; 12:10.12:40: p.m., Watson

Starling and Scott Williams all in Mrs. County. and Ezzell12:45.1:15 p.m. Nichols. eAt
GENERAL ELECTION Noelle Silk's class. The second youth had not been Social Studies 1:30: 2:05: pm., r i I.

Kim Hodge Travis Kldd, Jill apprehended by last Friday, stated"We're grade 1-Mrs. Hobbs,Grade 2Mrs.
Powers and Karla Rush are new Denton. Jackson, Grade 3- Mrs. Pillow Bradford sigh
Starke, Bradford County, Florida students In Mrs. Jean Clark's first 'lust glad to get them out of Grade 4-Mrs.Watson, Grade 5-Mr. -I'

grade class. the area,' Denton added. Francis, Principal; Grade 6- Mr. i ltt:
September 12, l7s r' Ezell Grade 7- Mrs. Nichols
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1" '2'fI LLate&: reglstrsttlon ,"fa f1F'e\
Initials of Issuing NEXT TUESDAYEXERCISE Music Wednesday and ,Thursday,\.1> Community CotlegeufU) tffes will
8:30.9:05: : Cook; 9:10: 9:45 Pillow; be held at the SFCC Sbi loffice In
Official YOUR GREAT 9:50: 10:25: Ezzell. Bradford High School iday and
Planning Lunch 11:35: 12:10:
Tuesday, Sept. Ik12 fr 8\a.m. to
Nichols; 12:15: -12-50: Hobbs; 12:55: 1-30: p.m. and Tuesday lag from
---------------- Watson.
I.- ( AMERICAN PRIVILEGE 1:30: Jackson; 1:35'.2:05.: 6-8 p.m. J

Santa Fe is offering ,'Career(
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Signature of ElectorOFFICIAL ;' :: ;:p; BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Development"course (IS 1151)) this
\. VOTE !II! !
.
.. Mature Christians Club Meeting: The fall term. If you answer to any of
the would
following
questions mi,
Club In the
Mature Christian met
benefit from taking the irse, saidBernle
of Brooker
Recreation Building
I SFCC coordinator
Baptist.Church, Thursday, Aug. 31, McFadden. ...
with lunch served to 25 attendants at 1
!
Are you unhappy In 'current
/ p.m. It waa a very good gatheringafter
BALLOT position? Thinking 0employment' hanging
from
lunch. The guest speaker
?/ Are yol children
Gainesville
the Social Security Office in -
t FIRST PRIMARY grown or in school alyou arc
gave the latest rules and regulations thinking about working t do not
to the people who are drawing know where to start look Are
GENERAL ELECTION ?::; Social Security and other facets of recently out of school an]nnot findvcloping you

Social Security such as: Medicare and a job? Do you need help i ia
,', Medicaid Many points In the new
Starke Bradford County Florida resume for yourself or i|ig out an
laws were made. A lot of questions
,1w, N answered. The members voted employment application]
were
The Is divided
course to three
September 97' for the following meetings to be held areas of discussion: disc ing your
i at noon the last Thursday In each and
Initials of Is.I' strengths weeklies and
a"
suing Official month from now on. determining how they ith up to

various careers and potions;

Join Lee and Carol Drawdy at the polls PERSONALS The Community what Is the world of work /what Is

S --------- -----. wishes to extend their sympathy to it like to hold various ki of jobs,
and vote the people of choice the family of Virgie Register McRae. what will the job availab be in the
your Before she was married she resided in 1980's,and filling out job, i icatlons,

... Brooker with her mother, Mrs. writing letters for ei oyment,
LEE DRAWDY Sullivan and brothers and sisters. She writing a resume and hr 4 conduct

., passed away,Wednesday, Aug. 30, In yourself in a job Interv "
'cANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION Jacksonville. A lot of people In If you wish to take thitinher fall

Brooker remember her. She was 33 courses, you must reglstti\ Sept. 12.
OFFICIAL BALLOT CLAY COUNTY. COMMISSIONER\ Diet. 2 Dem. years of age. For further Informal!contact

, Pol'. .dv pd for by Bud Hayd n, camp ... McFadden at the SFC enter at
FIRST PRIMARY


1 GENERAL ELECTION Ir I BHS.BHSWvs

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I Starke, Bradford County, Florida ADKINS


September 12, 197'I I _

As the second week school isstudents.
To vote 'for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, t'
OF student
I' TO THE PEOPLE underway, actijh begin to
I"! mark a cross (X) In the square at the RIGHT of the name of be scheduled on a reg basis.
'
the person for whom you desire to vote.COMMISSIONER BRADFORD COUNTY Under the dlrectlor Charles
::1'i Thomas, with assists '':by Mrs
1 i
n Adele Mitchell, a ituc activities
';/ ** calendar has been prim ind distributed -

1.1 : : Do'you Want A County Commissioner Will to all students. scheduled

j FOR GROUP 1 : : activities for Septem e:

Make Government Work For You The People SEPTEMBER 5 8 ;n up for
I ?1 ForTwoy.on Vote For One County Clubs Homecoming Tti Selection

J SEPTEMBER 8--T does vs

,,,1' ..:,.r.. I WILBUR L. WATERS 0 "!' .,, WITHOUT, WASTE. e. if: Macclenny SEPTEMBER- away,11 Pe rote tly. for

( '" f Homecoming Theme.SEPTEMBER '

i I.,i. .\\i: f 'J: COMMISSIONER /, Do You: Want A Commissioner That Will LISTEN And Do RESrCHSIBLE To The People for Homecoming 1115qnts C signup

J SEPTEMBER 13-Se for
r Fog GRouP? ." vote

.II .,".... ,. % .J .''.-' !; MARK ADKINS Yearbook SEPTEMBER!; Dedication.IVActi schedule'' -
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'c': : fwoToon, .. Vote for One u," Class meetings.SEPTEMBER. 18 rote for

i HAROlD W. EPPS ; Homecoming Court b ch grade
7 : Is Concerned.. About Bradford County level.

:, $ ". I' [ ,. '' ;''S; : SEPTEMBER 19-21 earbook
.. ;f' R.W. "BOO" MILNER, JR! v 'I .
: .
) pictures.SEPTEMBER,
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f .\ 'f."''', .<. 1'1 '., oJ'Ji. ., [t. i': \I VOTE Court SEPTEMBER presented 2:1.at: Pe lly.adoes. vs.

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COMMISSIONER ; ) Buchholi away.SEPTEMBER .

f:. FOR GROUP .. i 25 'ate for

For Two Years Vote For On* ] 1 ;'Y Homecoming Queen.SEPTEMBER '
'MARK AD KillS
: 25.18 (anize for
Skits Tornado
nD OGLESBYyu 1, and
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'J Homecoming Parade. ,
:, ,:j ." n N. Parents are reminds
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f ; + 1./1. COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 2 t ap
CHARLES SCHAEFER r '( tions for free and Punch
.: 1,;( redu< rice .
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( ........ '(,' .)' TN-I have been distributed 1.
I' .." i' ; fd Pol Adv. Ptf for.fyMw* AdkHi.CampclgnM .
'< Applications should btturned ..
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We Need A Man With

8y Elisabeth Terry
Pbeset, 788.331/
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs Tom Whaley and
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School week. The Talleys will be moving to daughters Jan and Mlndl. of Tampa.
10*.m.,Worship Service* 11 a.m. and fenucoU permanently Sept. I. They pent/ the weekend with t.heu1OII.1Ito
1 p-m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 visited her while be was In PcnucoUon law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Danny
p.m. YPE Friday at 1 p.m. business Luke, and were Sunday dinner
EVERGREEN BAPTIST! Sunday Let Stone, of F.B.I. In Washington, guests of their mother Mrs. Nellie
School 10 a.m., Worahlp Services 11 D.C.was her last week with his uncle Wilkinson and slater, Mrs. Daisy
i a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union e and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. Both, and their daughter, Miss Lynn
p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie WUkison's Whaley. Other pests on Sunday for
P.UI.FAITH daughter Dottle of Starke, spent the dinner were Mr. and Mr. Robert 9G.L. "Ncak"
BAPTISTt Radio Program Smith and daughter
m WPXE*.ai Sunday. Bible School -
10 a.m., Wonhlp Service* U a.m. and G: Ronnie McClellan: of Vidalia, Ga.
6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting on Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll of Boca pent Wednesday night with his Norman
Wednesday at 1:30: p.m. Raton, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr.and Mr: Lea; McClellan.Mr .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell, *. Pam Tallry and children of
Sunday School .:411 am., Worship and to carry their children home. Jacksonville,visited her mother,Mr*. '' ,
Services 11 a M. and 7:30: p.ti. TrainIng Mr. B.L. WUktson, Sr and Doug John Tye Sr., and brother and sister- CoBitf Commissioner District 2 At Large '
Union 6:10 p.m.. Prayer Meetingon pent a week with Mr. and Itra'Rot- In-law, her and Mrs. John lye, Jr.,
'Wednesday at 7:JO p.m. Edward of Jacksonville and children several day during! the
GRACE UNITED METHODIST Has 25 Years Experience As A .

Sunday School ':415 a.m., Worship "What a child is taught on Sunday It will remember. on
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Monel.,." Welsh. proverb Businessman In Bradford County
Methodist Youth Fellowship at ':*>
Night. Choir Practice
Wednesday night at 7:11 p.m.
The youth of the church and some r v
adult went to Orange Park on Sunday VERNON E. OLIN
night to see and enjoy Don Franciscoat 1 Ho Will Work Hard To Serve All The

the Assembly of God Church. Democratic Candidate

the The first Youth of a of series the church of family are movies having for People Of Bradford County, Fairly, Honestly, Impartially.

on\Sept 17th at the church. The I
Is Invited. Popcorn and cold drinks BRADFORD COUNTY \H
will be available. The movie will be EDUCATION
I The Miracle of the White Stallion," BOARD OF Q Elect A Man That Is Qualified And Sincere About The Well
by Dlaney.: District One
I HIGHLAND BAPTISTt Sunday
School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 Why not voteor a person who believes/ In education and
I '.m. and 6 p.m.* Prayer Meeting .ha been dedicated.to"education. mostel Ills lII.. Being Of BRADFORD COUNTY
Wednesday at 7-30: p.m. I will give full time In order te straighten" out the reason
LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School for leaking reefs wet floor, air conditioning and heatingfailures. '
lOa.m., Worship Service* 11 a.m. and Let v* .halt. these terrific bill and hardships te EI.lCtE.L.IINaak'J Norman.
7:10 p.m.( Prayer Meeting Wednesday teacher and student alike. ,
at 7:30: p.m. I de want to thank the several thousand people whom I
MORGAN ROAD BAPTISTS have contacted for the. .kindnesses friendliness. and respect DnSept 12 the
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Services shown me. AIM. for the encouragement. they have given.

Union 11 6 a.m.p.m.and, Prayer 1 p.m., Training Meeting throughout the campaign.' "IF YOU GIVE A II DOT VOTE FOR NOOK"Pd

Wednesday 7:30p: .m. PaM Political Ady. Pd. by Vernon C. Olin Campaign. Fund Pol Ad Pd For ByE.L Nook Norman
PORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Sunday
01 10 a.m.,'Worship Services 11 ,,
a.h. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting. ;
sday at 7 p.m.
MYRNA MISSIONARY
frPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Ip Service 11 am. and 7 p.m.,
Its 8-43: p.m., Prayer Meetingfxtnesday
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\ at 7 p.m.PERSONALS. r"f;. ,
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Mrs. Daisy Thompson and her son- 6 ::4
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I H aw Millard Jordan were hostesses !I kl, ." !, / '
fora surprise birthday party for hise ). \4.!; .1\. Ij ,
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e, Mrs. Barbara Jordan on ; a i t' .
W dnesday night at the Trail .. II. ,""i : ', ,. only two senators for 16 Ik "' .. .j. 'j
R tauranL They' played and sang I .'. '1yWj"3'. ..." counties. We face increasing ta ;'
.
ic g* attar which Mr*.Jordan opened e, I! efforts by South Florida to "''', ;-.' s'
hi aThey\! served cake, ice ( '"' \\1
a am,and punch. dominate the legislature These "
Irs. fierce Crews and her niece ., .-;.'{'!' t !:d are the same people who are trying to use our water '

Mb viators W.I. Atwood Gainesville, Sr., were on Thursday.business ; ;; (r i '1A.I"l 1 and other resources to solve their problems. I have g J';

lea url p Shim was a Saturday ,,'/ been effective In fighting this. My experience and rs I
owrnlghVguest of Miss Irene Wain- \ J seniority will enable me to continue representing
.
wright with her oRtarke.SundayFirst and. went to church ,,. ,. I' ;,' I you effectively.,
q
Bktlst Church gave Miss "It's a mistake to use the property tax to pay for i

Elizabeth 'my a surprise birthday .. public schools and other state responsibilities.., Property .1, .

party Prayer In Mdtlnu tie Fellowship.on Wednesday Hall nigh after :I ', '' .-i#? houIdbe f*****to! J 4ea.8o"JtJ U.l11..YdY.ul1U! + 4nn1 .,.", "'f6,.. .......".... ;'''Id '
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rl After raypby Pastor David Brown,'" :"tlu p"contrortheleve of spending.) Irt our/community/:

.__ Miss Tert >opened her cards and ;. ; '. : .' ', colleges, we have total state funding and full local i yi t t

gifts. Amdg the gifts was a stick pin ..,)'-i' ,' control. We can have the same in\ our public schools I f '
from Korea, and a Cruet
by the Situs .
Set from rlstol, England by Mrs. ,_ "I :... ,.t\ through my proposal for property tax relief. .. J
Joyce Be ett and a corsage by Mr. .' : "The cost of Workmen's Compensation adds $ ,ooa

and MrsVernon Starling. Refreshment .. to the cost of the average new home in Florida. It also ,
take and Ice cream were
served.* >e young ladles took some ",yI : t ,, adds hundreds of dollars to the cost of a new car. ,

pictures* Miss Terry, ''\.. ,, .",,: Florida has the highest premiums in the nation, yet the
Tom / and Tammy Barnes, '''f, "_ benefits to an Injured worker are only mediocre. Every-
f Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
chlldre
Barnes*ttended Sunday School and .. body suffers-the worker, the employer and the con11' y,
servl with Miss Sherree Shinn on ;,i. .',; sumer. The only ones who benefit are the special 'r' '

Sunda :. t h interests. That's got to change. When I I'm re-elected
:. : ,,
nd Mrs. Charles Starling and "#
Rev/ 4t
faml I// went to Disney World 'i't.4. .. ,' it's going to change.. ;

Orla),on Friday and enjoyed sight- I "For the past 10 years, I have fought to reduce the _.,
,seel. I parade and fireworks. \' : cost of auto insurance by attacking both excess profitsto ,. J'
M and Mrs. Mark Newell, of
Ecu and their mother, Mrs. insurance companies and the excessive costs and '

Wa Martin, were Friday dinner ., fees involved in claims settlements and law suits. d.
III of Mr*. Martin's sister, Mrs. "I was one of the original sponsors of no-fault auto M. ,

Sic .y and Hansen Mn. Donald Shinn and insurance, which was opposed by two-thirdsof the "

da ten spent ten days vacation at ,. insurance Industry I also sponsored rate reforms to '" i

th home In Mount Pleasant, N.C. require earnings on Investments be used to reduce pre '
Don Parcelluzzl, and.mother '
i C.E.!: Strickland of Gainesville, <'. miums and the excess profits rebate law in 1976 which
'
is I her sister Miss Elizabethon .' 1; will result in a60-mlllion saving for poi Icy holders." r r'"t
Friday afternoon, ,,
and Mrs. James Anders, ofPaftka r 1
visited their mother, Mrs.
O-JtAnders on Saturday afternoon, I ;
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28.
Auffct ______ .1
and Mrs. Randy Stafford of
Sta boo, Ga., visited their grand- ,. State Senator Kenneth H. "Buddy" MacKay's
mo er, Mr*. Louise Messer orOrate ., experience and record of proven leadership in the
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Park on Friday and over- 'Florida Legislature make him highly qualified tot
w
nig! their parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Leo rd Melton and family Saturday ""continue serving all the citizens of the 6th District-

and vernlght; and with their other .. t I not special interests.

par ts. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford 4..;, In fact, MacKay has been so effective that working '.' '
of I ford, on Sunday and overnight
pf.Will Wright will visit friends in r members of the press-those who cover the action In J P'" .
AU Ga.,' over the Labor Day 1 '' Tallahassee-again have elected him "Most Valuable :: .

w nd.and Mrs. James Anders, of e, Senator, in the Florida Legislature. It's the fifth year" ""t f 'tri. 'I ,
'
Pa :*. spent Saturday afternoon I t MacKay has received such an honor. '/ 'r r' aI .
wi heir mother, Mrs. O J. Anders In addition to this recognition, MacKay has received .** ;
Se :2.She went home with them anis other honors for his many contributions to the people "'v-"" .
the Labor Day weekend. .
and Mrs. Lynn Boch are the of Florida, Including the Sierra Club Conservation ;t

P' parents of a daughter, Jennifer Award, the Florida Education Association Outstanding i ,
St r, born Monday August 28, In if Service Award, and the Florida Association of Community '
,
'AI hue General Hospital.
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G esvlll. Grandparent, Mr*. axl Colleges Legislative Service Award. ,
ID r Bach, and Mr. and Mr... and (' I '. MacKay was born and raised in Marion County I

14 Joe Adams of Brooker.r i where he now lives with his wife, Anne, and four sons. ; ... ." I \ ,t tN
visited
Eunice
and Mr
w their parents Roger, Mr. and Mrs. :::', A graduate and strong supporter of the University of ... .I .' ,

II Id Eunice on Sunday afternoon Florida, he is a lawyer, citrus grower and buslne5si ari.ti! ,-4 ri";: j t tHe :;
>. and Mrs. Jack: Butler of .. needs -
on
your support "
J sonvllle, were1 Saturday after- <
i guest of Mr. and Mr. Henry .... ( Tuesday, September 121 h; ,t
Hi ;e* and sons, Sarah Hodges went .sta ; .1 .... } it.;, ;
ho B with them for the Labor Day (" : ., '

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der A.E. Massey spent a' week "i h r t
"w his son and daughterdn-law. Mr. t r'j .'\
at An. Daniel Massey and family of ; : 1
:N es. He preached at First Baptist ;
'C ch Naples Park. Fla., Sunday : MaCKAY'TStateSenator.Dristrici6
ai Wednesday night while there. .
iclalr Crew and sons of Starke, .. ) ,
w i Saturday morning guests ofbrotherInlaw r' \
tli and sister. Mr. Democrat ..
Si Mr*. Henry Hodges and family.
in Massey eldest son of Daniel it \11
M wy of Naples Is living with, hi* ... .. !Paid Polllkal Advtrtlttmiitt paid for by Malcolm Duggan.CimpjIgn' Treasurer.rr ..

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H Pa( fB TELEGRAPH September, ITS

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Expert Blasts Judicial System ,;. ,.;;I" : ,

.L. w } ,,\ "' ) + .s ,fpts

him or her but it's ao"iteft.to the polnfr i : ''
In a Tuesday, September 5, Rotary tively stall the system of Justice and now where the state..ysa person hater(,r9 a o "
luncheon speech he entitled "Rights clog up the state courts with second the right to counsel at the Inveatigatlon ;' I r
theaccuned..too many." Dr Iven S. and third time cases. level." Lamb griped "Next thfitf
Lamb a Jacksonville attorney and "Florida has probably the best judicial we know the law-makers will
the director of Lake City Community system of any state In the United setting an office where potentialbe '" s
up j,
College's Police Science and Corrections States." Lamb said "You can't tell criminals can get some advise as to
Program, criticized the prevent me a Florida Trial Judge needs an how to commit (the crime and getaway ;< "l" NNJ(
day criminal I system for giving lawbreakers unending system of review over every with it!" 'SG
more rights than theydeserve. decision he makes. There Just has to -:, I
be point somewhere. Whena
a stopping
We also seem to treat Inmates like
"Nowhere In the US or Florida criminal does wrong he should" haveto children.'' Lamb added, "Nowhere in
face the music sometime.
Constitutions does it say a criminalhas
does It a criminalhas
the Constitution say
Lamb admitted that no system of
the right to appeal a conviction at
to color TV gametime,
the right a
the trial court level" La mb told Rotarians justice could be foolproof and but the state if we M 4p0''
or parole now says 1p,
suggested that a one-time appeal
after Tuesday's chicken meal
and then
would be sufficient to insure give prisoners those rights/
"The law-makers (U.S. and Florida system
them because of
take
want to away S
defendants 'E
fairness to
legislators) have created the system and
must act
bad behavior we fairly '
The criminology Inn true tor also ,
of unending appeal and put almost a "
total stoppage ,on our judicial said the constitutional right to counsel go through "due process _
Interested In human rights
"We're e
had also been stretched beyond Its
system. and In fairness," Lamb concluded,
1 1't4
Intention
Lamb said the appeal system by legislators
accused have too
"but the just many
which allows a convicted defendant to "I think we can all agree that Is
not
there justice
rights today any
his case to a higher level court someone who can't afford a lawyer who the law."
left for people obey
after trial allows criminals to effec should have an attorney provided for



U Local Guard Sets Recruiting; DriveAn n -t ':

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intensive recruiting drive to normally in the summer. The cauSe some units are not up to ,
bring new guardsmen Into the 631st National Guard provides a good part- The retirement program for _
Maintenance Company the Starke time Job because of recent increasesIn Guar members Is one of the most :::2 ____
National Guard unit will be launched pay, said Bennett and training a valuable benefits not to mention the s' .. _.-
Sept. 9, according to L. skill that will enhance civilian more than $1,200 to $2,81)0) per year
Bennett commanding officer of the occupations and Improve Job opportunities members earn from training and the Officers Elected Unionized'Prison
local unit. Members of the Guard also use of the recreational facilities at : Employees,
Capt Bennett said the local receive special: Insurance benefits. Camp Blanding," said Sgt J.E.
campaign la part of the Florida Army Tomlinson. The Just recently unloalied area correctional Officers for Local Z84S, the newly formed branch,ol-'
National Guard's statewide recruiting Persons Interested In the National "Skills in which persons may enlist employees held an Installation of officer at the Starke AFSCME were Installed at banquet ceremony In Starke.
campaign "Operation Get a MemberIn Guard can contact SFC Wayne for are in automotive repair, radio repair Moore Lodge Friday, August II. Officers,pictured above from left to right were Benton C::.
September" Sept 9-30. Horsey 904-3320 or visit the armory, welding, machinist, wrecker The employees at Ifee correctional: iasUusUoaalaStark., Davis,Jr.. executive: board James S. Holly.Secretary r|
"We are Reeking qualified young located at 720 Edwards Road, duringthe operator, supply, personnel, cooking, Kalford and Lake, Butler voted recently aloof with Treasurer R.W. M liner, trustee: H.E. Mickey Sr4
citizens, Including those with and recruiting campaign. After 5 p.m. and data processing, said Mersey. employee from other northeast Florida prisons to acceptthe trustee! William Tbornburgh. vlc.-president; JinCalderon I
without prior military service, to fill phone SFC Charles J. Schaefer at 964- "Persons may accomplish enlistments American Federation. of State city aad Municipal executive board; Charles Huton executlvj: : 1
the vacancies presently existing In on weekends In order to keep Employees (AF8CME) aa their union. AFSCMB Just board. Not\ pictured are Roy Rlchey. president: E.M "
our unit," Bennett said 6655The from missing work with their recently: became the IargestAF1.C10 union la the United Pearson executive board; Paul KUh. executive board ", :
Guardsmen meet at the local armory will be open in the employer," added Mersey. States. Tom Wallace, executive board; Steve Turner trustee jll ,
armory one weekend a month and those who cannot go by '
attend two weeks of annual training there during the day. It will also be I I
CITIZENSa 'children In'
open on weekends in September. Mr. Ronald Miller, Sr., United SENIOR cmn mil n i tv.A o .

HOMENOTES "We have a very good unit and the States Gainesville Navy, contacted Recruiting us Station anti.. Those" l'our members who havi
National Guard Is an important part arranged to give a 45 minute presentation dramatic'moment wab effectedby "Sliver Haired Legislature" been iii, We hope, have recovered an
of the local economy.: We have more of the "United States' 200 Years the sudden appearance of former Tallahassee last July 10 -16 and Is set are well again. Many have been o
than 225 people In the unit now and are at Sea,"aided by film and slides.Mr. club member Joe A. Stein, Sr, who again In July 1979. vacations or on visits with their fam
able to enlist additional people be- Miller emphasized that this was not a now resides In Long Beach, Miss with Reminder A vote for Senior Citizen lies, and have returned home. So.w
By recruiting gimmick, but a very his son, Joe Jr., and his wife Toml.! Vernon Olin for School Board District look for a big attendance at our nex
Mary Yearta Wanda Coleman Wing Informative and Interesting talk on Joe Sr will be 91 this Sept. 9. He Is One, Lawtey i is a vote for an meeting Sept. 12 at 1 p.m, at the Prat
which many of us haven't had time or now confined to a wheel chair. Yet economic progressive school board Street Recreation, CenterJoe I
934-6280 Ext. 284 opportunity to read about and will be Joe Sr. braved the long trip from administration and a vote In the Inter. Kerrlga
Playhouse in DrawingIn the forerunner of many more hand Beach,Miss 4o( be with us.A big
historical exhibitions from the same of acclamation,was given Joe as .
PARSLEY a drawing held Labor Day at the source If our members decide so, at he, bid us ,goodby For Starke City CommissionerGROUP
Parsley originated along the Starke Fire Department Wanda future meetings. "
Mediterranean and has been used as a Coleman of Jacksonville won the Our District 3. which includes 16 Sept. 12 is first.primary voting day. THREE'
culinary herb for thousands of years. playhouse built by local firemen. counties North Central Florida Our club Is non partisan. We don'tsupport .
Its early history has become fable. Coalition of Senior Citizens, meeting any political parties. We have
Juno's horses cropped in Parsley Mary Riley also of Jacksonville won Aug 22 at the Civil Defense Building, heard and read about all of the candi 'cO'O
pastures to make them spirited; the child's riding fire truck. Starke, certainly, In the number of dates. The choice. Senior Citizens is EPPS
at Greek banquets wore The Starke Fire Department Ladies senior citizens organizations represented ours.Records: show 70 percent turnoutof ,
Parsley crowns: to make them serene supported by questions discussion the elderly at We can do I
and give them a good appetite. Auxiliary sponsored the fund raising and answers from the better! Get to the polling booth early EARNESTLY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE ,
Our great-grandmothers used to event to raise money for emergencies audience to the politicians aspiring while its still cool Try to go with a
dry Parsley and all kinds of herbs for such as burned out families for office In the next elections was a friend, neighbor or, better yet In a AND SUPPORT ON SEPTEMBER 12 ,

their own use but it has only been in huge success. group. I FEEL THAT MY 22 YEARS OC ADMINISTRATIVE WORK WELL OUALI ES E I
the past 20 years or so that Parsley By voting, joining Senior Citizens '" I
AND WILU M
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non TO SERVE AS A MEMBER OF OUR CITY COMMISSION
Flakes have been produced' and sold clubs, building coalitions in each
commercially. Parsley Flakes are district, we are laying the foundation BEST TO MERIT YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT Thank u I
usually sold in larger containers than stones toward "Senior Power," which
most herbs and spices because they COMMITTED DEDICATION was evidenced by the convening of the Pd. Pol. Ad. Paid For By The Harold tpp Cimpalqo Tr...uf r .j.jI

can be used so freely In such a great { ---- .
variety of dishes. Add them toward I'
the end of the cooking period of the ....... .. ::t' M _... l
food, or give them a few minutes to HP"? ,
soak In salad dressings dips, sand Place
YourWhere
etc I
California
and Texas are the
important Parsley growing states,
with both moss-curled and flat leafed
plants thriving there verdantly. In
today's (quick dehydration processes: ,
ol fresh It Will Do \
eight carts parsley are
concentrated to one BECAUSE WE CARE....

PEPPEH, BLACK AND WHITE
Because whole Pepper Black or It is our deepcommitmentto

White without can lotiing be stored Its irresistible for many aroma years, offer the finest in tradi, The Most:: : '

became "the master .
long
Pepper ago
tional services and burial '
spice. : (, \
So precious was Pepper in ancient '.,.1','. ,, J.. "\" ',
and medieval times that it was arrangements. We are :,\. ,;,(,,; '
out like gold and used as a .'" ",. ,
medium of ex than He( Rents and here to provide serene .
dowries were paid in I'epper; so were
taxes and tributes, When Rome was
besieged by Alaric and Goth, 3,000 surroundings and con- I
pounds of peppercorns were
demanded as apart of the ransom. siderate counseling .
The search for trade routes to the

Far other Eastern spices stimulated sources of exploration in times of sorrow. County CommissionerDistrict

by western maritime nations The
Western Hemisphere might not have "" ,
been discovered until a much later DeWitt C.JonesFuneral .
date had not Columbus been able to 4 I
convince financial backers that he Home
could find a shorter way to the spicy
treasures of the Orient.
Pepper played an important role in Starke RonW Hospital" ?_ Keystone T Vote For One]
the early days of the United States 964-6200 Walk., .WINCIM* 473-3176
From 171'J'! to 1846! Pepper worth many
millions of dollars was brought to


See PageloeFRANK uc.\ 'Steven. A. Ca rdin i X i

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WILLIAMS NEEDS YOUR VOTE: ,
HIt I

,, AND SUPPORT
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"I I Am Grateful ForTh Opportunity .J
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j You Have Given Me To Serve As Your ; '.; I
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I Representative In Tallahassee For "
Is Impossible To Ask All Of You ,
I The Past Six Years." ',,

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Personally FOf Your Vote And Support
il tj I'm Proud Of The Record I Have Made

.4'' ForYou. i Due,To The Size Of! Bradford County. '
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r I Have Voted Against Every Tax Increaser .', !
KEEPFRANK So. I Ask You To Vote For Me, Steve Cardin ,, '
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; WILLIAMS I Voted To Reinstate Capital Punishment .r
As\Your Count/Commissioner.. I Will Not ,

r/ I Voted Against Gun Control. I *: t M

Disappoint Xou.I
I Voted Against The So-Called Equal Rights Amendment And. Will ,- (ly

I' Do So Again. "'" *-. "s' Sincerely :.
y'I

I I Have Maintained A Full Time Legislative Office To Serve' ,, Your' Needs. -.L :

And Will Continue To Do So.k:, "

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&September;17* TELEGRAPH Page TO


S'unday Will MarH! 3rd Anniversary' Raiford Votes To Hold


At Pine Level for! 'Rev. Roman Alvarez I

Election To Fill Vacancy .

This Sunday, Sept. 10.will mark the Bradford High School. He earned a
\third anniversary of Roman Alvarez B.A. Degree; at Baptist Christian
as pastor of Pine Level *Baptist College, Shreveport, Lousiana; and With at least five people Interested shown In the council seat Althoughthe f
Church. i his B.D. at Bible Baptist Seminary In In the vacant council seat Raiford vote was unanimous Tuesday
A goal of 600 in Sunday School baa Arlington Texas. In 1974 in recognition I Council members voted unanimously night on a motion by Taylor and
been set for this pedal of his work In missions, he was Tuesday night to have a special seconded by Joyce Norman to have
In the three years Reverend warded an honorary Doctor of Divinity election Oct. 10 rather than fill(tie seat .he special election Bud Dobba said
Alvarez has been pastor, the church degree by the Baptist Theological r by appointment.Showing he still thought the person with tile
has grown considerably. Sunday Seminary In Madrid Spain.Reverend Interest In the seat left next highest vote in the last pedal
School attendance has Increased the Alvares has served as vacant by the July 1 resignation of election should be appointed.
bus ministry enlarged and a Ciu'ls- pastor of churches In Texas and ar Kt Herble Whitten were Willie Rogers, The special election was set for
lien school has been opened. Michigan. He also taught college fur Jimmy Tompkins. Marie Green Tuesday Oct. 10. Voter registration ;
This yoar the church purchased 21 several years prior to his return to b Jimmy Neal Thornton and Willie\ books will open Sept. 12 and close '
additional acres of property and a Florida. Finley.. Sept 26. Qualifying opened
new auditorium is under constructionand The church: and pastor extend an Whitten, who was elected to his first Immediately and will close Sept. 25 at
will soon be completed. Invitation to all to- attend these public office In the Oct. 1977 town 5 p.m. The top vote getter will be the "
Reverend Alvarez grew up In services. The church .Is located 3 1-2 election Is a candidate to fill the winner, J
Bradford County and Is a graduate of miles west of Starke on Highway 100. District 2 county commission seat. Although council members recently
Marie Green and former council voted to pay themselves Rio a month!, '
I member Jimmy Neal Thornton both the town charter does not presently '
Insurance Office Handles
Complaint. ran unsuccessfully against Ralph call for a qualifying fee.
Edward Taylor In a special election The October meeting was moved e
Citizens with questions and Gunter'i office visits Putnam County held In Juno to fill the vacancy back one week to Oct.10 so the councilcan ; "
Inquiries about Insurance can receive each first and third Tuesday of the r created by the Feb resignation of Sid canvas the ballots. \ I
assistance by contacting the Service month, Bradford County each second: Taylor. Appearing before the council was I'
Office In Gainesville. and fourth Tuesday of the month and Council members voted last month Raiford businessman Morris Dobbs 'I
Marion County each Thursday of the Brooker Marshal is DeputizedBradford to appoint someone to fill the vacancy requesting his home be withdrawn p; ? r
The Office is located at 901 N.W.8th month. due to the high cost having a special from the town limits since It was 'i
Avenue, Suite C-3 Gainesville, and Bill Gunter announced today that election but changed their minds added through an error seven years : 'I
provides services for Alachua, 207 people) contacted \the Gainesville County; Sheriff Dolph Reddish congratulates Brooker marshal when such an active Interest was ago.
Bradford, Dixie. GUchrlst, Levy, Service Office during July. Tommy Raulersoa as the first law enforcement officer from another agency Raiford attorney Wayne Carroll
Marion Putnam and Union Counties. The Service Office handled deputised within the county ServicemenBedford said three methods. were open: the I t
Additionally a, representative of inquiries! from policyholders with After several meeting with Brooker oftkUls Reddish decided U aWN'B.ule..ln council ran oiittt any portion, exclude) f t: I
State Insurance Commissioner Bill values that totalled $169,570.85. as a deputy te help law enforcement In the fartaerest part of the Enlists any portion, or Dobbs could apply for I A
county.Raulerson will be In radio communication with the sheriffs office,and In Army Program an ouster If he was not getting' i : r
I The star nesreit to esrth Is four light years away; on call for emergencies and can stand-by whlleether deputies arrive. Earl T. Bedford of Starke has beneficial services from the town.
I 25 trillion mil. Raulerson Is the elected marshal of Brooker.MEET enlisted In the Army's delay programfor Mayor J.D Griffla said when the j I,
training of his choice.' charter was drawn up In 1971, the Y r
r. :::'Q.:': ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::f.:::::!;:,: :' :f.::: ,: Bedford graduated from Bradford. Intent was to take In businesses at I
Union Vo-Tech Center and has lived In both ends of Ha i ford to get the i !
Cord Of Thanks j Starke most of his life cigarette tax. He said the legislative f ft"f I
delegation said the town could "star I t
Sttfttt shape out" to take In such businesses, I i
THE Durham Enlists but taking In the Dobbs' residence 'F
CARD OF THANKS,, in Army Program was an error. I I
d ,v+h r Words cannot adequately express Ronald Durham of Starke bal Carroll was asked to prepare a '
r our deep appreciation for the many enlisted In the Army's delay program resolution ousting the residence for ;I
J. R."JIM kind and sympathetic acts that cameto for generation equipment repair. the Oct. 10 meeting. :
us at the time of our recent Durham Is a graduate of Forrest In other business the council: I
bereavement. High School In Jacksonville and was -Approved putting a street light up i
Family of Veda FuquayRobertBobShannon recently employed as a corrections for Otis Miller at his request. : I
officer with the prison system.. -Asked clerk Kathryn Alvarez to \
LAWSON
vti \ write letter to property owners for f
voluntary compliance to clean up ,
I Obituary trash and mow high grass. If the I
: owners do not comply the city can do I
FAMILY the' work and bill the owners. "
( ) Asked Raiford Civic Club .,"
Robert (Bob) James Shannon 61, !Mrs Aileen Cail.70 members to draw up club by-laws for I
the Oct. meeting. Carroll said he I "
,
died Thursday Aug. 31 in North \
Florida Regional Jl08pllai In Gaines Mrs. Aileen C.. Call, 70, of would draw up a contract agreement I J
ville after an extended \Illness. Hampton, a retired Sunland Training between the town and the Civic Club :'"' :
Linda and I were married In the Madison St. Baptist Church, Born in Everson. Penn., Mr. Center employee died Saturday for them to oversee use of the r )'
Shannon moved to Kingsley Lake In evening Sept. 2, after long Illness In Community Center Final authoritywill .
December 11 1964 (The Church of membership) and 1949 and then to Starke In 1953\ where a Gainesville hospital. rest with the council. ,1
he has since resided. Born July 23, 1JC18.! In Clay County' ,
reside at 1005 E. Palm St., where we have lived since Mr.Shannon was employed with\the Mrs.Call was a member of the Hampton > * * * *e
uPont Company as a dredge Baptist Church.
marriage., We have one daughter Elizabeth, 12 years old, operator. He was a member of the She survived by six brothers: Ray ::SERVICE MEN
Bradford Lodge 35 F4A.M, the Cox. Woodrow Cox Lake Geneva; : '
d seventh grade student at Bradford Middle School. Morroco Temple, Starke Shrine Club Earl Cox. Hampton; Grover Cox. *. * * * *v I
Eastern Star Chapter 224; Scottish Springfield. Va.; Frank Cox. Salt
RltesYork; Rite Body James Yeager Springs, and Robert Cox) Orange
Council Brad- Park. Five sisters: Mrs. Annie Tyre, U"'
Chapters Lawtey
(JI .t.IWSONISAFAMILY)-: _tocdCamnrnndcry.43; K.T. ;and a Waldo all 'of Ft.Mrs McCoy, ; I\Irll. Janie \Hicks, .I.MI.1 !
member of the First Baptist Church of ; Evelyn Hicks and Mrs.
Starke. Inez Coleman both nf Jacksonville
Survivors Include his wife Mrs. and Mrs Zclma Gourlcy, New Bruns

Whether They're Your childrenyour grandchildren oryour Virginia Kelly Shannon of Starke; wick Funeral N.J.services were held Monday
theresonsRobertBobbyJr.Davldand (
Neighbor's children, I know the people of Bradford Countyare Nathan Shannon all of Starke; afternoon, Sept. 4. in 'the DeWItt C
Jones in
three daughters, Mr,. Carolyn Chapel Starke. with Rev.
j concerned with only the best in education for all its Glisson of Gainesville; Mrs. Marilyn Richard \. Mashburn, pastor of the ," .
Blackwell of Lake City, and Mrs. Hampton Baptist Church presiding. ,
children and as a parentof a child in the school system myself, Elaine Tenly of Starke, one brother Burial followed in Hampton cemetery :
and one sister both live in California; .

1 (SOAMI I ) and Funeral 17 grandchildren.services were held Sept. 2 Raymond II. Bryan! Sr?,lIS :,
In the First Baptist Church of Starke ""tft '1ilhool
B. t :
with Rev. Ben Bryant officiating Raymond Bryan (15. a Bradford ,
Masonic rites were conducted at the native, died Wednesday afternoon ; .
(FOLKSWe've Come Long Way Together Since Qualifying .
grave side by Bradford Lodge 35 at Aug 30, In Gainesville from an :)k

And Now I Ask You For Just One More Thing. Crosby Lake Cemetery Archer apparent heart attack
Day, Tanner fo'ulleraillome of Starke was Born March 3, 191] in BradfordCounty. (; >'CompletesRecruit .
Mr. Bryan moved to Jacksonville
in charge of arrangements. Training \ '
in 1952. He was a self- \

LET'S GO ALL THE WAY SEPT. 2 employed veteran of WW brick 2,and mason.a member an Army of the Gilho Navy h'.Seaman son of Michael Recruit and Michael Muriel C. i))
Edison Avenue Baptist Church In (;iilhooly of Route-' Box 70C. Starke.
Jacksonville. has completed' recruit training al the
St. Mark's Episcopal Church Survivors Include Ms wife, Mrs. Naval Training Center. Orlando i
IT'S TIME TO GO TO WORK 212 N. Church St. Louie Belle Prevail ; H During 'the eight-week' training t
Brian clc. .trainee studied general
Starke, Fla.Schedule daughter. Mrs.Patsy !! c)
ON SCHOOL BUSINESS Park; a son. Raymond B. Bryan Jr. military subjects designed to preparetluin t
for further academic and on'thrinl -
for the week of Sept. 7th of Jacksonville: two brothers:
through Sept. 13th. Rudolph Hryan of Lawtey and ) 'training in one of the Na\'s B>
SUNDAY Sept. 10th Andrew J. Bryan. Jr. of Palmetto: basic occupational l field 1'
8:30: A,M. Holy Eucharist. 11\:OO A.M. !two Misters' Mrs Irene Beck of Included In their studies were ,
ELECT Morning Prayer. Chicago and Mrs. Elisabeth Gomes of scnm.mship., close order drill.\ Natal
J.R. "JIM" LAWSON Monday t. 11th l..awII'Y. and five grandchildren. history and first aid .Personnel who r
10:30 A.M. women of the Church 7:30 Funeral services were held complete, 'this course of /Instruct Ion '
P.M. Women of the Church Saturday afternoon. Sept. 2. In (the are eligible for three hours of college
I Bradford Tuesday Sept. 12th DeWitt C Jones Chapel with Rev credit In Physical Education. and "
} County School Board 7:30: P.M. Vestry Meeting. Ricky Taylor officiating! Burial wo ll>gieno.A ''
In (the family plot in I> 111! Cemetrn' IU78 graduate' of Bradford High;
3GOWITHJIM School liilhooly i joined the !Navy; in $f
June 1S7B.! a:
RE-ELECT ,:;

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Il4 lc Training
BETTER SERVICES FOR CITY RESIDENTSCOURTESY
Plus' FET Plus FET Plus FET Plus FET Airman Ilex. K. Anderson Jr.. son t
ALIGNMENTMOST of, retired Air force Chief Master
Monroe-Matlc Sergeant and Mrs Rex K. Anderson.
LUBE OIL & FILTER No New T xrral 'Sr.oIIU. I. Starke.. has been assigned'' ,
Colo., '
SHOCKS CARS to Lowr> AKB. after
$1'088 completing Air Force basic training. ,
LIGHT Most Carl & JJ8S Uuilng the six weeks at Lackland I
Installed, For$5000 TRUCKS Light' Trucks TO ALL CITIZENS ABOUT AKB.Tex.. the airman studied the Air I
.' Force mission organization and ;
CITY BUSINESS
COMPLETE FRONT-END .. customs and received special ,
White SpokeWHEELS BRAKE SERVICESTARKE Instruction In human relation. :;
& Y
TUNE-UP Completion of this training earned the

6 Cyl.- Most Cars H,* Is Ready. And. Willing To Serve The People Individual associate in credits applied science towards degree an :

M5X8Lutf$99": &. U. Trucks Elec, $2 6 88. '\. OfStarkaAsHa f '/1.0" HaslnThat Past 32 Years Air through Force.the Community College. of the eaY?t
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Patterns mama FIRESTONEU.S. ec-" S,4a Airman Anderson will now' receive\
specialized training 'in the munition
984-6436 and weapons maintenance field. The
964-6436 301 N. Starke. Fla. P*. Poueiml' Adv,P* for By Ch"-e J. $chs..rCamp.len Tr..werr airman i II a 1878 gradual of Bradford. .
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\ Ini by Elisabeth Phone 9M-4683 Walker o Iii 111 u ni t'r News Springs be Rutledge In charge ML, pastor Zion services A.II.E.Ch.All._at members. Green urch Cfcve R4p.are I'


lunch 1 Notice! Bradford Food Service Association We Invite everyone to come and p.m. Bible Study. Sunday School 10 asked to cooperate with this activity
of the will meet tonlghUThursday, share these services with us as we Friday before the third Sunday.. Sept School 9:90: a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.Greater The Men's Day activity Is in the
Lamlthed and the Lord. 8 at7:30 Family a.m. Lovefeast II a.m. Communion, Allen Chapel A.M.B.: planning for October 8. All members
Sept. 7)1) at 8 p.m. The meeting will be praise magnify 15 Friday Sept : p m. ,
asked for this
are to
held the first Thursday In each monthat The "Day of Revelation" observance Day will begin with Rev Henderson Service 4 p.m. Church The Young Adult Choir plan activity to
Colinlion the Voc-Tec: Cafeteria. Dora Dean will terminate on Sunday,Sept. Hudson and congregation In charge of ML Zion A.M.E. Church Choir rehearses Wednesday before" second make it a grand success. ,
.* 17 Guest speaker for the morning services. Refreshments will be rehearsal and business meeting and fa Sunday in each month. The 'Family Reunion: The Halls,
Reporter.Dell chapter 168 O.E.8. Dell service will be Rev. Frank W. Jones, served. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday Senior Choir rehearses Saturday Singletons, and Hollands of Starke
bred School 9:30 AU members are before the first and third Ineach held their Family reunion and celebrated
Chapter will meet Thursday pastor of New St. James M.E. Morning Worship 11 a.m. with the : a.m. Sunday
asked to be at New Bethel month. Sunday service will four generations of relatives
deset September 14, at In the Masonic Church Jacksonville. Our special local church In charge. Rev. L.R. present
"N Hall on Brownlee 7p.m.Street All membersare guest for the morning service will be Davis will deliver the message. After Baptist Church to participate in the begin with Sunday School at 10 ..m. Friday Saturday, Sunday and
Conahas Invited to attend. the Arvllla Sportsmen Club of noon service Rev C.C. Hender Family Day celebration at 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday at 3 '/Monday. The Fellowship. was great
I The Workshop will be held in Talla Jacksonville.The son will deliver the message. Pleased Grove Ualled Method p.m. the pastor and congregation will One to remember. .
thetaHan hassee. The cooperation of all ladles of ML Pisgah will have Communion service will follow immediately Ctmrchi Next Monday at 7 p.m.ltlte
members Is needed. charge of the afternoon program with alter the 3 p.m. service. Young Adult Choir will rehears :

"Th Notice! Francis Chapter 140 O.E.S. the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority aa Ebeneser Missionary Baptist Each Tuesday Young Junior Choir I
legisof will celebrate Its anniversary with a special: guest. The Baby Contest Church Tuesday in each week rehearses. Wednesday of each week LEGALSNOTICE -
ur banquet Friday, October 20. The winner will be announced during the Bible Class, 8 p.m. Thursday at .::30p.m. Prayer meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday.: 7Sybil

totalsysu) speaker and place will be announced afternoon program. Prayer Service. Sunday School NOTICE NOTICE
later. Come and help us make this truly 9:30:: a.m.Free .., .1. OFINTENTONSTO NOTICE IS HEREBY' Den W. Prevatt has
La Church: activities: "Day of Revelation" Rev. F.B. Canaan True Church ef Cod!. ':.:. GIVEN that the undersigned made application to the
whlcapIII The Flr Horn Church of the Living Richardson, pastor. Christ Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer TAKE BIDS desiring to Bradford County Zoning
God Tuesday 7:45: p.m. Prayer Church of God In Christ Sunday Band Service. Friday 7:30: p.m. 'YOU ARE engage In business under Board for raclasstlcatlon
Service. Friday 7:45: p.m. Tarrying School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 "HEREBY NOTIFIED the fictitious name (f of the property described
Services. Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Communion Service 11:30: a.m. a.m. Morning Worship a.m. That the City ofHampton HARDEE TAXIDERMY, below from EAto OR Two
aftlJlL Morning Worship 11-30: a.m. YPCW 6 YPWW 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7:3: ( Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. ; Florida, wit of Route 1 1. Box 344 and one-half acres(12 1/2))
p.m. Evening Worship 7-45: p.m. p.m. Prayer and Pastoral Teaching 81. John Missionary Baptist accept SMlad. bids for the lawtey, Florida 32068. located two miles South
Mt Plsgah A.M.E. Church: Wed. 8 Friday at 8 p.m. Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. each coflectton of garbage and intends to register the of Hampton on the right\
p.m. Choir rehearsal. Sunday Sept. Antloch: Missionary Baptist Sunday. Communion 11 ..m. rtd it..h. The Contract said name with the Clerk of Hwy 325 In Section 31,
Ar 10: Sunday School 10 a.m. under! the Church: Thursday 7 p.m., Prayer Afternoon service at 3 p.m. Tonight, awarded wil be for the of the Circuit Court of Township/ South, Range
brtnMali leadership of our new superintendent, Meeting. Saturday, 8 p.m.. Choir Thursday. Sept 7 SL John term. Oct. 1. 1978 Bradford County, Florida 22 East, out of parcel;
Mrs. Mildred Pettaway Bring your rehearsal. Sunday School 10 a.m. Missionary Prayer atCf.m.: begin Its through September 30 5157-006 to have two
Nat) School. Morning Worship II A.M. The Choir anniversary each are 1979. The contract wiH KATHY C HARDEE!! residences on2 112 acres.
children to Sunday
Sept visit Starke Home at 2 Rev. Willie Huffman 8/17 4tchg 97LEGAL This In classification
On Sunday, Sept. 10, Sister will Nursing welcome. provide the following change
Ben Charletta Coluln of Allen Chapel, The Star Light Gospel Singers of pastor. 1 conditIoN: Is subject to a
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locaCl Jacksonville will be the sneaker for high Springs will appear in a Greater Bethlehem Freewill Q rr'uy 1. Garbage must be NOTICE public hearing to be held
the Youth Day Services program at 3 p.m. Evening Service 6 Baptist Church Each Monday picked up once per week" TO ALL INTERESTED on Tuesday September
carr Evangelist W.M. Phllmore soloist night at 6:30: p.m. Tiny' Tots Rehearsal. on the day set by the CITIZENS: The Area Plan 28 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In
Natcan and recording artist will be presentedIn p.m.New Bethel Baptist Each Tuesday Prayer Meeting. D. Kelly Sanitation Committee for Aging Is on exhibit in the County Commission
a recital at 3 .m. Sunday Sept. 10. Church: Prayer Meeting and Bible 7:30: pm. The Male Chorus rehearsesat and the successf bidder. the office of the HRS Room In the Bradford
InS.i* In support of the p"Day of llevelaUon.1observonce Study Is Wednesday at 7:30: p m. Choir 7 p.m. Wed. At 7:30: p.m Group 1 In case of rain the Sub-District Administrator County Courthouse. At
Mrs. Ola II Scott is the No 1 will rehearse Saturday at 6:30: will meet at the home of Mrs. Rebecca garbage vUl be picked upon located at 2092 N.W. this. time all persona
cltb: sponsor of this affair p.m. A business meeting will be held Allen. Group 2 will meet at the home Sybil D.. Kelly granddaughter of- the next working day. 13th Street. Third Floor Interested shall be heard
wit) of Mrs. Barbara Dean. Group 3 will Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kelly of 2. Only garbage in Gainesville, Florida. This for or against the.
the meet at the home of Mrs. Elene Lee. Lawtey, has returned from her plastic begs WIn be pickedup. plan was developed aa arook proposal as specified In

ourC |St. Edwards Church Hall Saturday 8:00: P.M. Thursday at 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir summer vacation to the Middle East.,. .All containers must be of public hearings the Zoning Coda of Brad
Every
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rehearses. Story Hour at the church set In the driveway or held in April, 1978. 'All ford County.
am 7:30: p.m. also Story Hour at the Miss Kelly visited her father aorta other convenient comments must be In Jerome Johns. Chairman
atti BINGO church. Friday at 6:30: p.m. the Junior Clifford Lee Kelly Jr. who la place near the roadway writing and should be forwarded Bradford County Zoning
Choir and Junior Usher Board will employed by Lockheed Corporationas 3. Trash (limbs old Mo the Sub. Board I I
meet for rehearsal. Saturday dinners a computer programmer analyst In tiree, .leaves, etc) will be District Administrator. 1tpd 9/1 I I
1 41 I N Tam' [!la Ave Starko FIB will be sold from the kitchen. Sunday Tehran, Iran.rAIEAGLEI. picked up once week as 9/7 Ztchg 914NOTICE
arranged by the successful -
bidder and the NOTICE OF

1 Sanitation Committee.AK UNDER APPLICATIONFOR
On sate Thursday limbs cut to a maximum FICTITIOUS NAME TAX DEED
of four feat In length all STATUTENOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY

Frktey & Saturday! trash must be placed by IS HEREBY GIVEN, that John A.
e the side of the road. GIVEN mat, pursuant to Torode, the holder of the
4. If the Job la not done Section 86609 Florida following certificates has

,satisfactorily, the Statutes, the undersigned filed said certificates for a
wtlh awes tinsra.ssal.9wip1 Sanitation/ Committee win desiring to tax deed to be Issued
W R warn the successful engage In business under thereon The certificate
PIM bidder In writing. If not the fictitious name of Jr. numbers and years of Issuance -
corrected promptly the Food Stores intends to the description of
ctIti contract will be considered register the said name the property and the
I ( breached and the with trio Clerk of the names .lIT which it was
Ju Super Prices next bidder In line will be Circuit Court of Bradford assessed are as follows:
pi notified. County Florida Four ((4))

f 5. The CIty reserves the weeks after the first Certificate No. 91; Year of
right to reject any and al publication of this notice. 'Issuance 1976;
I' bids. SUNSHINE JR.
of
di Bargains for U! Save 'to 41"Bla.AVlNO. Bids must be turned STORES INC. Lot Description 4 of BIk.14 in Property Lincoln:
!t It every up into the City Clerk by 7:30: A Florida Corporation City Sec. 32, Twp. 6-S
p.m.. Sept. 13 1978. All Post Office Box 2498 R.22; Name in which)
itc itF .! bids must be sealed and Panama City, Florida assessed: Clinton Hill, Sr.
FC ? win be opened at the 32401 Ml of said property being

Mitra NO-IRON + 1 regular City Council 8f2441chg: 914NOTICE ,In,ttjrfCounty."Of Brad-

u n t POPLIN Me 1S78.tlna. S.eptt(11ber-3.. ( ...',. .. ..-- .....", 1:t' 'fad. ., Utoof.Flotidd, .;
.. Unless such certificateor
c QOU JACK8T8I Mary Lee Allen OF certificates shall be 'Redeemed

V P.O. Box2S0Hamptan APPLICATIONFOR according to l law

t r 6 Fla. TAX DEED the property described in

I I I ,( 32044 NOTICE IS HEREBY such certificate or certificates
Y Y John A. will be sold to the
Y 14N..I...s.kiln 4as1 GIVEN, that
-. crew 8/31 2tchg 9/7 Torode the holder of the highest bidder at the
I MEN'S NYLON JO &1t$ w.w..ksts.ns ......... following certificates has court house door on the
\ = s..es wawa filed said certificates for a 13th day of September
lei. 6.83 .a.Mwa eeas..r.maw .. be Issued 1978.
I oruttlIk.M, NOTE Or APPLICATION. tan deed to
II --.non'.S wAtlzI IlL. thereon. The certificates, Dated this 2nd day of
I JiAYItOQ FOR TAX DEED
IMwi, e..dd e.aw a
.
1978GILBERTS.
% 7.L a.CHLOSINS kaxd.,M a.W..sa r.LSAOLI numbers and years of August,
10W.l001L AL GAR AOI CAN NOTICE IS HEREBY Issuance the description BROWN.
59884VC GIVEN that John' A. of the property, and the Clerk
w Torode the holder of the names in which it was
+
P'.ar waua.r r. following certificates: has :assessed are as follows: By Beulah M. Moody
pe.w pad..11 eswnd. Mi. a..dy $ 1so Wile Sass-lid M% asui.r tae"i. k. .
certificates fore
Had said Clerk of Circuit Courtof
.
SIN. I.surf. kinds..w prev.nt apes.. p. eenw a.a.nYs.ryl ,
tax deed to be issued Certificate No. ill; 'Veer Bradford County
QUALITY thereon. The certificate of Issuance 1975; Florida
numbers and years of Description of Property 8/17 4tchg 97NOTICE

issuance the description LotS, of Blk 1 Ex N. 150
11 of property, and the ft. and S 226 ft. In E.W.
10 e'tM names In which it wasae.eaed Hayes SID Ex R/W Sec OF

YM.ian.um SmjBHBDOMMMWASHBO yOnacs Q are as follows: 32.Twp.8-S,R.22; NameIn INTENTIONTO
r REGISTER
\ > which assessed:
+ "CALIFORNIA CASUAL*
f Ce1fflcate.No.7B FICTITIOUS
JKAMSFOtt ; Year of Pentecostal: Church of
I owe. 5a88 MEN,SIZES Issuance 1975; First Bom. NAME
/> -*/.mmo. : Description of Property: All of .eId'property Pursuant to Section
:at Maw .SaI.L.e. w wMw ewpn '! Lot 11 of Blk. IS In L.T. & being in the County of 86509 Florida Statutes

i1lOT.SLOW Cl1t>fIR CLE. ALARM CLOCK DI aABl8lN1NTEl1 S 83 LELURE. S Cos Add See 28 Twp 6- Sradford, State of notice is hereby given that
S. R-22, Name In which Florida. the undersigned Alice
p9.53 .WAS 2.97 66 PF "'"" 4.53eweala aseesaed: Bill Klondee. Unless. such certificateor Arwood, 1530 W.

AD of said Madison, St., Starke Fla.,
property certrfIcataa shall be redeemed -
p auk pass Id. m acass Waa.r kips, ossl ANwt.el.ass..e..ei unws e.wwri
cease lay M perd.al a t is .,I pr..an..ty, w.i a ...inI Ames. s,., A a paiar Mtan.MMI e N XL.CT. .' being In the County of according to law 32091 and Lewis M. Ayer
Bradford State of the property described: In P.O. Box 1233 Starke

tae I I Florida. such certificate or certificates Fla 32091 doing
Unions such certificate will be acid to the business under the firm
ri
n, i f or certificates shall be redeemed highest bidder at the name of "FLOWERS BY
:at Iw. according to law court house door on the ,LARRY" 100 Call

the property described in 13lh day of September,. Street Starke, Florida
Stain such certificate or 1978. 32091 Intends to registersaid
e ASKITSALLSNIAK/SS certificates will be sold to Dated thli 2nd day of fictitious name under

2.93ki. 1e the highest bidder at the August. 197aGILBERTS. the provisions of aforesaid
a ; A..r court house door on the BROWN, statute
syU s 13th day of September. Clerk Alice Arwood. Lewis. .
-a Ne 1Ya 4re w 'iN By Beulah M. Moody M Ayer, owners.
e .NAPKINS %"BSO VINYL HOSE QAL. STAIN UNDERWEAR DRESS/SPORT SHIRTS 1978.Dated this 2nd day of Clerk of Circuit Court Dated this 31st day of
one*
41 X4.88 x2.97 August 1978.GILBERTS.. of Bradford County, August A.D. 1978, si
3.93 .BROWN, Florida Starke, Florida.

ee.lIl r9.pa a paerM I.ey duly 1e.% v a... Laws wresd. *s..sd.th, kin s.wt..aAWLL.., tee, Metresp.V1.ar.n, k..al by Beulah M. Moody B/17,4tchg 9/7, 8/31 4tpd 9/21
.M.w I. rlaI".5.5. s5_NJ S..eea"... M..1.1a r.dwq rw arWww h hM.t MrLesr,$1550. p..ta.a ssNM res'.Nee.. Clerk of Circuit Court _
'of Bradford County
Sekw uu IAYf 15% '
M1N S PJ a TEXTURtZED 8/17 4tchg 97NOTiCE I
wM.I Union County
ttlarfop vIBa .. t' KNIT POLOSOR
MEN.MJLJU. .
I N/ .
,
d 1L Constantine :
PERSONAL I
.93 2.93 Kopelousos has 'made I
w/MJer application to the Brad- ,SERVICES.I
wtN.Ae I JCXONLON lord County Zoning Board .
YALUI PLO'si' rtd!# N Dun for reclassiflcation of the 250.00 PER WEEK Ur
_/ MAD41AtSIDSPIEAOs MKira s/s property described below NOW'CCEPTING aaLsgse...toitee. .......,.
ACCISSOMKS SAVE ZiQ% SOCK*MM ORDERS hr P. ... .. .
WIATSHUITOLIOS from R1A, to BR 311. r *r Phut t P .lkU
NC.lUOOA SET tlO-DAY rtlA COtLAN 4.a98 Ia SS ,INMCYCU One ((1)>> located East Cal 7MM Utw 4 f...S/T Ia..dUt. !.(.... .NeiparUM
=.1.44 S a 18 / acre <...* 9llCASPOST .....-ry. Parp.ra.t..4
5.85 770 w : r d Start on the South 4......, .....
11re. w.t.irdrd W.. I. M 1MMwaVJa.aNola 3. aide of St. Rd.:230 at the SUM set. a ._...... aatfavewee .
rP-141 ar-aa 1i It"_ w. bees I.sri darts.s 5U S..a, i w I.k e.rw Intersection wltti St. Rd. ...r..... IeiSara
e.wine a I. a is ae.u aMal ',. wA/tlf SALE B...
:230A in Section 34, K-.rt-. ..0.
6 South .....'. I .....l.-. Bhyken. .. M L.. Tint
Township Ranoazz ,
a ., ......, .,., smell Beetve
: East parcel 4498, for e43194 *-14CCAttrET
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business property. doe ... *44 N.W. *rd8t _
7 OZ.COLGATE This change In dead Loll Butler.,ItH tT'OFFICE INSTALLATIONi .
$1C TOOTHPASTE flcetlon Is subject to a Eif rl.M4 I..1.
P'bllaIng' to be held .: SUPfLTES as-all ...... Ls_+.seel skhlreel
P 79oG on Tuesday, September' ....M V.... Cevety: Tbs.> waknsl ..... CaB.
7:30 Nw.9.9.r Owes.Mil mm, iwe ....r...., 431-1SZS efUeI
G % ::6. 1978 at : p.m.. In
1 P 4 .... ...
-MV MOZ.BAM the County Commission /., what F- .
.I west w.11 M a.eda
ROLLONANTtPMSPMANT kepp7 .
I Room in the Bradford ILtlshgIWI

Y _ County Courthouse At Y arnc TANI A QuASI:
OO wsAx. this time el persons inter 'r1IA.P.____... sew Wee..
SSAS 1ITi COOKL! p TN Tt11NR8 LAQMI'KtaR TOM LAMS'KHAKI SHOUT ested shall be heard for or .to, D.. ... .... rw..al."* J.. "'1ft7dI.
Tn*.srt X-rew J4. Dw* el14/a1. AD .........
= QelffMrt the prQpOMl Mapeclfiari ,
770
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4..93 .
2 r
5 = 3.96. pIa..r.1 l.r.w I ...
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2w5e in the L:: !: 1la/ht '
Zoning LU.U* ...... ......... o.J
e .... Men ova dot i.M a.... a. i .el lea.. w waaS 79o prat M Nov .resaes M w taaw aaaa Coded Bradford County.' EUnls -I.' 1... Des,. suesr6"GSAPEEIES
.gw.Yaalr. ..ei.. wew Laswl eere .el oaf .....ee ..MwsM -esIsaw.. aRe Jerome.!ohns, Chad men. 'Is, t -af1 esrrya8 : w. W k.w

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---.-- WafcMit.. P............. iTltd t Iii urriay belore publiciMfnlmum -! "''oa" "'' .' p. ,_ I''
, IndMOIILE + LOST BKATCBOABDiWtMtftMaC 'N'T' Rifle" ..... CHAIN LINK FENCE: : .DOOR KALE....... d
Ifill TBIRDi MOO 1(74 flW ai VlatMlfJ.,. b.,sad ...........,...... Mteri.1 .D. It,..naif aedwe. .551.. k_a 1U1 ...theM "I"
chart (1.00
1t Cfcevy: 4 deer,AT"50. Cube : | Sae Crw taot ell Law,.. ...... aed I. .. .
.. OK'. HOMES Why pay I (Covers IS Words Sep. ktaak grip ... aala1 Ba.,Waat!.*.Alt**, tara NON, 1441776
eaea MeblbHeate Pow tM-oall. kaay __. Call: dTjMtefir Fro ........
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HaadyMM 5515,
ere? Bay diner... I bit ** right MBatfar.
jI t, Hwy 100 Each word over 15 II .. I lOtN.TEMPLI
Wort.Cba.pb. .... P I
I L .. labttlm at I aj*> p.aa. Peace C.,(444AM.8-I TF- twa ...... daam.WABAGE .
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Itekg. ._ ,. It 10 cents I Ask far Mr. Wkartao. ii.. STARKI. FLORIDA 1 i.
..... '. '., (4. 14 Moa BtarkoBaaday. ,n Cealle Tewllk5pr
eaufefaalary.t I No I 'lIlnlb'l Iorl| illiiillliNKLi I ****n ____ ------- -'- .r -
ffiilliUllMOBILE I .., whlll five overt I KITCBENETTCBi: 1 BB SIGN |PAINTING P astWW.ld ., BALEi riaar Lucille Catinor Spry l,
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: i :, i Pkow(4-741.. phone or when copy! apt" TV. .C:. BtlfMee taafoead. y aervbe.Sa*Bad* al piHi>.. ...t .>.ar, typa Aaaociata I ;

'.. .. . : tU.... Iii not typd, and !brought* EEaaICE rwON Totally lanalatidk .I flaa Mark... FrUey,' ......., Mir dryer, 4 I 44-4420 r
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the office. W have
THREE Weekly* Maetkly roMe, HaajMaaaj, _UH. yarva.agktatiaty .
: BOMEi liii. BEDROOM, t katkklaek ..-----..t > Mie ta* ** tatka 1 T..... Met*!. ..* N. Baa*. .-'*' SB BUS FOR ;
: .. 12 *S. t aa.A. 1 ....... saw eajrpat,..... '..IJ'I'' . r7.y Nattooal Humid. T...... ....... PS112Mtp1..... ew. LA..INATING. aMkaa, aaraa.. flHawawaatara 11 I/,1). VA8.FHA "
Mu.(;./ .MO,d.w..a4ab..rp. 1016 W. Prat ..., ...... :: I Yaaj akraady kava tnlatea.amparlaaaa '11'. .....1. Ljetkeeprottle Jawairy drapaa.taya ,

.t.. af .1..... SAIL llpdld IMPWOO I nuak sad tbaaktvaatad. I '.. . .. vI. far treaaeredULLiNifroN I aa. ;. 9 to 4.at. l'
I r..... U3-1S altar I .... ,, 1 ; ; Uaa M far atre .: tl : .STUD,' .. Canar: Pramb. aad ,FINANCINGS .U "

9 ItakftTTBBEE UT' MOBILB HOME: ..... ,. .... '. I' '" auk, atkar SiaaaCrU aadappartaalty I. {',r OlP"I ;.rC'fF)1, ) 647271. TF-ckg. On..n. e..Ma rose mm Sort
I BEDBOOM.aw b.Tb.r.w Ceeaerd: 12.U. ..n........S, lar adrcata- TAU SALE Ready When You Are

1n" tar Bale fcy awaar. BB, I1/ beta. FAB. ( PRICES PAID fir Mac Tea asp ka avar '' ,... ...... Batarday aid OWNER FINANCED
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New ...., aaw alaairaaaiIdle .1.., air, laakkJB a vary "raad d aaTlar UTILITY .. 212 1 BR, IB. lovely
Redgrave rounds
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; BUILDINGS aarlk al USMl.
wails,...It Mr. .M,Jab.. gag I. V4 paid er ..n, Call*e4aW HONDA CB: 660. (ia: ;; AU aa
1I aaraat yaanaH arvMt .
suaaEad* attMkad, AC, .tea, .t&r SB-HE. ,... M4804. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME lha NO Annary, 7S4 I tine ud ...... ......... b.....1 l prewired. reeeplacbi. W* kava aaylktaf pew Lot) Little Laka Santa Fe-(14O8
I vwaeead a/11 Had t/7 BALES. (' -MOO. 0... 7 Edward Bd. Btarka. Bare lay. her aid pod,creak bar, sgkt switches. IgbtaI" ..... C.: .. ... ..., Warehouse 7000 CB Bldg (40.MO.
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i teal raaa. Baaaralf. weekly. 951.35 ta 8(8.14 ear 1 .... ...... .8M ..... ,.. ... .'-". flaar Faraltar. dlaha.. lay. LAwt.... Store ft Living Qtrs. 'H.DOt
.IUMykUc.8* TV .... THREE BEDBOOM CB D.Iiee.ad
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set Jewelry.
I wM*.rd..Al....*rb, brfa .... with B talk. fay COINS WANTED HWe'eadMar. waakaad. Pro 4555 9mBOOKKCEPEBi '...... Pkeae t44478. Itpd Ftaaatlaa;aralbbb. Ha U aa 4S ....., tail kail. ElalNarnaa. 1. Block of stores fully rented Storks /

, aaraar tot 818.... Pkaaa444U4. ."pet...CJfII. /..ee ea* MI* .Pay 81 JO lor yaar II. Ba alr* 2. ...... la pay 60 alia Ita4 ./T Home 11 rooms 1 bams walnut. ?} ,

",I lied SRSEPOSSESIED ..... ...... Abe. key ebd kalvaa. aid kaawladca daakia aatry 1 vtlkala.. Sankl .. 8te..... 42 1/ 2 acres Inside city limits development 1

PbS/644113 btr good Jewelry,....Pkaae Me1250 b..bks.pl.g. PlMa*oud rame atCUKI, STARKEi year N4-0020 ar M44OI1, tlkf BLOCK BUILDINfii N* 418 Lake St. (27.710.
) aad raaaadlUaaad attar. I .... TP-akf UfJO.. Drawer S5taek. ., ..tIII....... II...... dealer, _..... UB Ml sad USIS. 424 Lake St., 811,710. i
...... kaau* with LOCK ..Fla. ItOtl. EHa th>a I, ,.... (64-6020. 1840 South COUNTRY CLUB: LOTS: Saaad C:. '_.-J ha. 120 N. Temple (54,000, or**! potential I ,
HOME with BedreeeuSkatkewltkllara
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I yaar ...... wanaaty. LISTINGS WANTED la data af aatalayMaaS,10/1/78 I Wakiat ((301 aaetk .taStarka.l $S300/a.... ALSO l..eIre. P.O. Wita Ill.. 321 Templet Store, hews*, apt. I y '. .

Pbe.4131770.JSk.Ir. .wr .I Uad. CB/A.: Bradford wad aarreaoldta I0' ( 9AEABN .. L&l/cy'-____ twe dvwiUwa lala .. E. !MmtJ.... ...
II Maatla Haa>... Bayataae.iRSONAL Carpet, C.I 81., at lajOM aad 401 PINE WOOD DRIVE Good (looking .interiorswith .
I lair III Pbm.1524817. IRS & /.. ....&1... Need acreage AND LEARNiBarvewKk 18.000.. Paaa" 4- O8t. ar BAY. yew pick ,large. rooms, electric kite.......
r ....., cattle, yaar taddlee. We ara ....-6&00. TFkk5LW1T ... 6IJ50 la 1.71. obdlwbit. 717 WEST CALL modem f
"' vaBBBaBBBmBMaaBBi- aaaaaj ssssaaj e B 8aaNB>BBBBBBl BP8BUnion Batorgr.., .*, aad woodedbad. aataatbia; bath arbr ...rvpw..e /. .PRSONAt .. (' ''(11. ./!! say Tastefully decorated.

1I ; P1... aall Laafae G. sad a. pibi aarvb MACHII'it'k kitchen

I County ...............G........... yaraaoaal ka the Any .t'RVJ ts, 8.,*... ... .... I.. LANDI 40 acres homo, trailer, (13,000
|(O4| .- te Matbaal Gaard. Laare aata .a< b... Myl. AU wort 11/S ACRE LOTS a..., lakalld 26 acres near Hampton Lake

aIL 8/11 15kg111w..t ..lulu. radla repair, LprE.T1MEWASH: veer trailer rwraaiaad.SOl Aactlaa. US ... I ..U* Wa.t afHaBftaai. TAX ADVANTAGES) Largo Apt. bWg. fully a ,
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waldlac. wraakar par> M Ml .MOO boa MJU9 1'II11'IIdBESSENT
urwJ.ws. North ,
MTOtt' I WANTED Peer aea.erebt aUaaa, supply aad -ar stir W.ad...|.|| .... AJaa... 8124 4"", t/14 Pkaaa ....78.1. .s--.. P...... 46$-1113. ROAD 1 1) New homen I.S acres
.ta Mod 11_. ... PfcaaeBab akU*. Baalva gs.d pay aadarva Paeea. 84481Mer '
'FOR'' .I N' Harrb 471-1113. 1/11 with yaar kaddlaa.Pkaaa (444718 .......... Itpdt7 PARMALL CUR traclai' FOUR LOT 1.tw.a lor4BR.2BCHB.Aon1/2cro

....... ., .. .h. . lube 1114WANTED M4-B320 ar vhS the with. wards ..u, ...... Cherry: A..... aid Ckankta. 408 N. WALNUT 2 story eMer home .Beautiful
--" --- -- NO Areiary, 72O Edward fit .10... IJU.. Alaa. IOS.TS ft. a I7JO ft. acre lot with a variety of fruit tree. s ,

PINE FENCE POSTS ." -FOR RENT. OHba -. M..... koala Bd., Starka. pit 4Uk( t/S8 EXCELLENT CARE: : ...... .,....U..I MM ..... Badaoad Iraa ......... fr0'.. EUCLID EPPERSON Doublowld.w11he51ras. t : ,

S*.........T3' la..... Far. b..td.....,.... Rytaa sps.e.. ulee sad tb-a*.Will pick. ... al yaar ...... ar aay age Traclar. with. aawarttarlag. Cal CabanUa 7 -7IM.awaar. 718 LAURA STI Remodeled home :,
.ara I.... call ..Bait. t04- just aft Lawraica. Blvd. ... OLIN'S MOBILE HOME BOOKKEEPER! Mtarawaaiaa kid .ta a, ..... A.,...... tl.StS. Tkraa >A4 *!.. t7WAHIA COMMERCIAL Appro 111 on 101 S. connecting: ... : !

17.8808.6 .... M.adytkre kay err,. Call 4734007 SALES (84-5606. 0,.. 7 pr.f.rrd. Phaaa day er ..g. ... Pkeee (64- kaltaai ...I.. paw., I25O, HAT A....'..*, with J 1/2 acres ...... i' '

Friday, 8/J1 2uk( t/7 .......,., f ... 5 p... day week tl/ckg 954.7199 Maaday tkre Itpd t7BULLDOZER .ad aaa rest ..... 1SO. I highly ,_...... Pkaaa M4- HAMPTON LAKE Sophisticated) homes ,.""*" .
Ask lar Mr. Wkartaa. Friday, t ta 4 p... U/ k( Pkraa M4M04 aad N48028. '071. tl,55STARKE
.. WANTED RENT Lugs Itck( I11CENTRAL 411 LAKE ST,, Nthorn a separate ".... (11,108. ( ,. I

'. I '" tfachv. 21*. .. IBB Haaaa BRADPOBD To": ..-. ....WOBKiSawll ......... 1 Br S bath, 1021 fenced PALM lot Attractive Home CHAA, "targe, .:

I Klagbay Like, tkreegk Ikewlatar HOSPITAL at........la._ aad ....I.... P...... I..... ATBCONDITIONEBt HAA. tMO 1C l
sail ... aa. plus 114: W. MADISON Zoned commercial
ar .r ... ... Araltraag.
SfRYICts : aapMcatlaaa tar "ertIa.6I3O. .fI...
: ; 'wll ., raatala. Call M4-5830. Itad9ft RN'.. LPNa sad ......*.. 3. taa. far .....1... hems .. largo carair lat '(21,500 FURNISHED, Doublewide MM on high

WANTED ; ""Et.'__" ""TED P...... aaalaat Mr. ly WILL BABYSIT' I. .y ...... Eie.ll.... C...".... Taa Biaajr aitra t. Hit and dry 1 1/2 acre with beautiful ".... Rd.
(.. 1815.II Dlraatar Nara 104..... ,..... tw.1I21, altar t ----- 100.
*. 5.... Pkeee p.m.
.. 781-1355. 8312tckg STARER I BR. I bath
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yaa ara ( af yaar _.. .. 140. h.n
'...... start ,..., ky 000. Equal Oaaar.taalty 17TRACTOR II AA.brick kaaia la Far... AFFORDABLE* f

Habg. the Fbrlda. NatbaalGaard GUARANTEED 1178.00pr :M'SCEt.lAN' : : OU'I $ Eaiplayw. 8/11 Xt7 ic55 YARD SALE:, FrB.r Ba|. 1I.I.h.. Bulk lar ...ergysavage. 404 W. Adklns, ".250

; E. ., aaw. frladklp. .work, ..rIIl bur dally.Fraa : WORK i Lei..oil ..... ,10 la 4 ... I mtt MOO pl. ... It 74t S. Ching.13.400..
.Ja> &nil...., a..d pay, ....0.. I." .... sad aaiill lobe. diode*, ....... Batlar' Bd.. Discus p sot, aat B,... ..owl INCOME We have several' hornet with I
... ... ...,... ,. RI.... ld. back ...... Pbaaa. Jtaaiy. TV. ----- '
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praaiatlaaa, ., cloall... !.,., '.... '..., apartments In ''''m.
... naraalaad rtk-an... E.'...".*.. P.O. Ba* 495 FREE PUPPIES; 3 ..Us 'FOAl "It N '!, Martla. t84-8Z30. .fI... ,Ales. 1870 P..,...... Fallaw STARKEt F...., Height, ,
Far tba.. beat part ,..Jab I.A. I. .P.Ma*. Florida 32348. Ill ...., Maim, aprbat paadla, Bas. EU'Li"CiiRI8 ,.lf... lukg7. .iMitVul heivfly weeded LAKE GENEVA 2 very special pieces ol ::
...'.*. ...t... 88G 4tpd t/28 aid, (40. Pkaaa two TM.8 lots high aad dry paved property-one an estate-the other-an Income 'I
Wll...... *t 'l52. ell areo 8270.: lukf. IRYARD __h,__ SHOPPERS ... eatraaiaaayT FAMILY MILK: COW-1 1275' ''''o", build your. ... !producing ....,..
by ,... L... ...... FURNISHED Gaad ..... I. .,Ibm. ,Ita.. 7SI4S7 luk h....ar yaa may Ilka aaeol 1.1:
CIt, BaU. Itckf Ill APARTMENT large .".1........,...*..Away 'lL- am. Call. far detail. -- ''4'I
...... private atraa., DbtHbatar a fw kaaradilly.
WrnrnMAINES WORK atllltb .....* *.. I....... Far sppl PII... t048714 -' APPROXIMATELY 110 ft.f BR t ka7k"bTle.; ben FAULKNER .r'lurilullcllCt'uln r ;

NEED CASH: Wa kay Jaak : .. H.dg. Trimming 603 E. WaaUagtaa A.... '/11 sack t/Il ......... US J01,JZiftO. a .bk. tlO.700.KEYSTONE" 3MN.T.aepteAv! t
ere.plckaaa aid track. ,.. Lawn Raking Itad pitTWO aw aragat llxlt .m_ "" .. i: rStark.
Shaw., Ray ,....., 4(8-1151 Lawn Mowing SIGN PAINTING, bld.. OMar 110.000. Lawa'. ) acre n/ AIJT} H rla.. J-

ar 81MB.. 5/18 tic INSURANCE' Parking Lot BEDROOM .M...... ...., _wk..S.. Feat,' P..... 782,S9M, 8 .... ta 10 n.'., itartlag (...50. M4770Hlaady {
HMB .(85 ....... .. Rudy all 782-3M1 6 ...' 2:1.:1: : S.TempleStarke.
t 180 .. Clean-up par rll. ajaj. U 10 Irma
ACENCYt S. Lake Av Wakla Flu M....... \
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Like M4411S ar "4-6.... Itpd p... t/7 tuk, t/14 ----- .Florida Maa Saocbli. & Lift a
CLABBES SAW SHOP Butler 408-3978. S.., Saaday.M.....,. TFap j
-.... ...rpa.... .*..- Cenpleia laoiireac 8rvlc. FREE ESTIMATES pit : : HAY, Appraalaiauly 400 A.B. 'ATRA BROKER Paul H.Fmilkaer. Doacrate block, aba areaCarogo .
vb... Mad otronbr, .....r kala. *..ArgiaUaa BaUa kaf Kevttooe. Ildght..7l.. Realtor -----
fcbda. ckakt. .*...ii. .... at k-- laBurDTTlc ; SUNSHINE ACRES TWO BEDROOM. faralibadkm RAR 'LANDCLEARING will ka ....... waatkar. o.!ll.. H... H645065 apt. aa Urge lot
='..* '..11..rV'Bapply. >."".tow Aew.rg* by r Phone 176?_ *. ta "....te,. N. ."j..- Dar w.rS ..I'I'I.aid small pr.ktl..taday.pt.. 473-3941 q.4,7..3.m2039MsnnSkd aaarkapB_ <**!M '
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ko Batlar, 7/11 ttaUSE AGENCY .490-2128 e4 62903 PETS. N. atllltl T........ ';' ..'7r Is 1"-1'1.11'" ..& II b.r7 ;;:: Us.atlw'I.lo. : PRICE REDUCED if oo Ckooo.Nrbtabdl---c. +"_, '
..... Pfcaaa" 96.7679.1 !'. ./7WOBM8 _.. tat S ........ Inn.
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HWY 100 .... 7S2-327I. Itcbg. t! BRADFORDSEPTI PUB SALE 473-4375 with ......,.. .ldl... Mebt ----- I.
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t ky wash INSURANCE: Rlherd la- ClassifiedAds TANK BEBVICCi, Bradlr4nid Owaar k..ia. Iraailarradi< with brga akado ...... Lot 10.316. S541r1 0.... 'I'
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lail laM .....a.. Me dry B. area Agency, rrmr' THREE'BEDROOMHOUSE ..tbl puaiB-aaU. S40j IS 1/1 ..... has. kaddlaa,'1 Air caadltloa sad .fkreplu. .lake. ...... i I
.ad Uciler Bank Building. GetResults ( ........11.., \,......, ae ..t,. 1../,. Phone 496-2101. Lake. Butlor caaatry b.... Pili.. M48811. Fully ......... Pbaaa 964' Pkiaa 491-11U. Haatla,.. Ralph Br'nnReal ----- Need .* .. Sea ;. f

!1.kDUPLEX. 8121. .".... I.Y.L.__ roat l beetle. ea Hwy 16 1
1S FT, BOAT? S,.. Estate Wait 3 bedrooea Ira. PkoaeeraleP.lldoai.URI 61.771N1
APARTMENT REMODELING ..1' ,Aajarlcaa, 40 fcpiEvlarada. h.... _..e."te ale. \ r.

1t -- -- --- -. -- .HHt0a19. -. .- with 4 .....*. ,11I... (845951. earpcatry work *t all typo, i iNw Btatar, (..... caadltlaa. M..t 21l7N.T..pl..' Are, ere .lot with ..,.. plaol. R.,.Ned Eats: .
---- iff ttebg t14TWOlEDROOM II...., raai .ddlll.... i iPkaaa all.. SSO W.C. Tawa..ad S..r.. 1. event .,alt, belldlogaWe Broker .

l.lYsIC.A: Ads &tralbrlorroat ; Walt, 481262'17, I ITFeh Haklla TralUr Cart, 954.6758NEW ---- .:...... VIM.5476 :

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gBILL'S I K..I.y L... 11.55" f/7 acre Pearl Aad rew
I.-Df- 55- ice. ,- -_ .. Grtffl Loop. rh... LISTINGS Werthlaglea Spriag era Aaaocteta IMI4-773"

GRAPES light aad dark FOR RENT T... II...... V84-8818. Itpd Ill SAW SUOPi Caa- C....., Club .w.., with 're.".. ae 8.... FaRlvor. Joaet N.jrMao

ClassifiedAds .u......... li-Pkk. er W. lur....... II.... ae L.,.. ---- pica '. ( arvlcaetrrabr. traa>larr" ... must ..II| Owaer will Mil "._...* 7MZ.3HIMI .
Pick. .. .. .. MoadaySatarday I G........"......1. last w..*kla TWO APARTMENTS 1' .lIarC.., ......... OWN AN AUTO this' .bray 1 BR. 2 bath moll .. 30 urea
l GetResults. J 8 BJB. 5:30 .... A...... Call 473-1455.: BR. aid 1 BR. ....1011... c.*... mower. ....eI. ....... brick ..... .. b..lllullo. _-_

Fear .!!.. wt. al Melreeaea Ua/cbg" UghU lor........ PII... M4- broad sad ...1..**.. La**. PARTS CENTER .b restricted .r... This W. .have property aa 301

._ SR I'. ..8 nib. N.rtb.s -----..........--- 8071. Itpd 531FURNISHED"xP'I at J....... ....Idl.. Sapply quality **..tractd III..* with ar without. bnlUlag. ._ -
200A. 475-1191 ar 4731701L..II.r' Stark ar Kiyataaa Hlkt> lecurttyCMI..* b .b.. lei 3 years .ld(5SJMO. coaonably. prbod. I
FOR RENT Office apace, ; tr/eia + aaaurd tar you ----- I PANELINGCENTER I
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---. nd your lanxty' -- --- :I BR apartaieat.
,. 403 W.loat St. carpet :
.nrl, monthy.r weekly room* art
Located kaklad Moaltar FOR SALE S.w.... !IRiver I I BR fltcbnelx. urnl.h.d. treat parklagv. aa pt>. ALCOHOLICS I"a.rtdaeh lc*) HAMPTON 6 ....u'I'ul ./C.
.. 4734(07weakday ANONYMOUS Pkoae .
Hie Call (04. SB-IS
., tm.. 5 ,... tree II...., 3 BR. 2batka I ncludlng utlHli...A. lawH7S.1H as Pkaaa M4-S498. Itehg" 11131STAaKE. 8894 or M4-05M. tlehgREMODELING. tocMlona.E1e.laml..onW acres Hanptaa ... SR b.tw..o-100. ''-'.-..-...lel.--. 1 1
ekgtla CHA carpet, 32: It.deck ) p r month. Rambling. 4 BR. trM.v.l Irene I..Faulkner I Paneling Molding

aa .....r. River Bead, I KryHlon heights Realtv. Small two ....... A ittb. work. wOlka .::."''n.. (MM SI 42hu Kitchen Cabinets
3%.lb' weal. ef Branford 173.ZHI I. .1I.h. ....... ban*., .. pet*. BUILDING, lad repalra. potential Now .. tkb. a real show. .*. \".Hakka I I
US 27. Cal Tem Booey 4733028. Fk-t aid lat ...tll'* real Now kackooe, bathe, iMiflyrcaei _of aitaulepana .:....In.. W44I72rtrnlni. Counter Tops i t

WANTED TO RENT 1/. ..17 cbg 1 r.'t i)' fOR SALE', 'Keystone .ad ...... ......" .b ..dP *. Brick, bleak, pUca. 839400.----- \.d. ,....1.. I v.nlt/e.! / I .
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... with. ... .aacrata. Fireplacepeclallat .
.1. caapb 473-3248.:
Yeag vaai3lpd 8/31 canlar. WI4 &IIU IESTIMA
Hliht Nice Ira C.I. far .., .flalactba
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.a* cklld ... aaa dag FOR SALE -Acr.... trvcta, :> la 10 1/14 *. Grllll Partialfinancing. of .b FREE
sere tract la Hillan. Bradford
l.abg.r. 1 ar 1 BR 110.. W-8....... River. Acceae.Ac Ceaetractloey *ke.o 473 >
.neighborhood al home.. C.. tad Uaiaa Caaatbi.Evtabifit .
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..b .cbdad. caaatry ... .ak.alto. law.. 8100 d.wa sad S29 ....... lot. nobllebone ,. oN'Ki G's'LiYLA'iE. 2108 or4732558.. TF/ckg awNbbb.e.. TESI'IUGHII.JOHNSON.1
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per ...'11. Call Te Boaey, .. sad cverlook 2B1. rat by
....... Cal Wad. thru" Sat. 47S-3028. tfa S-IT.5g.MUSCADINE bke.. Priced some t* ..U with a ,...... tasa 1..110 ...cba. .- TIRED OF llIljillliEPAIRklli7 { ]
.before S p... 471."' '' lukg terms Iram ZOO down t.140par .p... Pkaaa 133-101.8131 Comb Applbaea Servlcoe Ralph P.Bry.Radar. *. REGISTERGAS

moalh. ("*.... .lfroataga were ua kelp. Spaclalblagta LUDavid AND OIL308S.ThompaonSI. i co- i
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m Pap lOB TELEGRAPH!: September 7,117*


'I Clay Co-op Officials Answer once Questions; About Inner Workmen .' ,, "

In'
the within the Coop service area. They of the committee of five. They expressed the ballot At the annual meeting donyof the annual meeting It was 81 Iiw
lol id in answer to questions raised by a Attorneys compensations over election. pointed out that tellers who condu
five were reported to be are Invested< in short term commercial the desire to handle the election
committee of five who have pressed year period paper until needed i for large within the various district Complete opportunity is given any the election 1 are never members of th
Lath 1974
for 1973 $43.418or
m 1 Clay Electric Cooperative officials forCoe $30,435 ; ; expenditures such aa wholesale power Itwtead of during the annual meeting member from such district to make Board ofTruKtefH, but are selected b
$42.835 for 1979, $41,287 for 1970 and
their Inner workings since February, bills and debt service payment to held in March each year at Keystone. nominations at these meetings, stated the nominees; themselves from the Coop
for 1977.
the Board of Trustee*released figures $36.387 Board reported."This -. the Board. membership.
The fluctuation of earnings to REA, the The Board, following the August
UdaOl'll Tuesday of key personnel salaries and shown over the five year so far, Clay Electric meeting with committee members, Nominations from the floor are also Other procedures have bee
also expounded on Co-op Investments attorneys past earned the membership suggested In the ,but the Board
Is indication that Cooperative has agreed to take the voting process open at annualgener.1 past o
** and the of Trustee elections year period an
Sf process Is determined and approximately 23.500 In interest under consideration meeting held in Keystone. Trustees feel! that the members o
"I These three questions were raised compensation rated according to legal assistance pro- from short term commercial paper,' In the release from Clay Electric Voting Is conducted by using certified Clay Electric have been wise I It
Com during a meeting held In Augusthas rendered during any given year Hamilton said Board members, they explained that voting machines with the polls establishing this procedure, state*
between E.T. Martin, generalthe 'The Board of Trustees makes The only business Clay Electric has the procedures of electing Trusteeswas open from 9:15: a.m.until 7 p.m. on the Hamilton for the Board.Thinkofit .
manager of the cooperative; W.H. annual surveys of compensation paid with Guaranty Federal! of which established by the cooperative's,
rlan Chandler one of the onoop'sTh by other comparable firms and reels Attorney W.H. Chandler is chairmanof members not the Board of Trustees,
'' attorneys; and Zedra W. Hamilton the compensation paid Co-op key the Board of Directors of the and feel that the present system Is the
legit chairman of the board of directors, personnel Is very reasonable and wellIn Gainesville association, is a fully most democratic and fair procedure .' .j
of u and the five members of a self- line with other firms" said Insured I Interest bearing reserve poBlilble. '
tot appointed committee who say they Hamilton in his release to the press. deposit. The amount of intermit paid "It operates under rules and
syst represent the membership of thewhk During previous meetings with cooperative to Clay Electric by Guaranty FederalIs regulations set up by co-op
Li rural cooperative officials, the committee of equal) to that paid by other savings members," said the Board. 'q S c S ,
of and loan associations on Clay Klectrlc: Each year a District Meeting is
five suggested a possible conflict
app Committee members are William J. Interest with the Co-op's general deposits, it was pointed out In the called within the specific district In ". trash! ,.
aftt Cosgrove and Fred Johnston, both of manager. Martin, serving us release. which a Trustee Is to be elected and ", not
High Ridge Estates; Joe Kerrigan chairman of the Board of Directors of The manner In which'Trustees are one or two of Its district members are
and Earl Jowers, all members of the the Keystone State Bank. elected was also a bone of contention... nominated as candidates to appear on
I cooperative,and their advisor, Arthur The Board clarified Its position in
Loudon a former employee of the the release, approving of Martin
cooperative, but no longer a member. holding this position and finding no Baker Institution DedicatedBaker
A During the cooperative's last board conflict of Interest In his position with
brlr meeting. It was agreed by Its Clay Electric. yb
Mai members to release the compensation "In fact, we have found the know- Correctional Institution, the furnished at a cost of $10.1 million. It
I Nat paid to the Co-op manager and the ledge gained In banking has helped state's newest major correctional presently employs 149 staff members ,
Sep attorneys. At the August meeting Clay Electric Cooperative in handling/ institution for men, was shown to the in custody, treatment and
Bet Board members salaries were dis- funds which must be invested from public and dedicated Wednesday, administrative positions, but will add ..
loci closed time to time," Hamilton stated. "...or Sept. 0.'the 100additional I staff members throughout
C In the release, total compensationcar example, Clay Electric will collect the expansion period.. '
paid to Martin In the managerial posl- between 33 and 40 million dollars this' institution near the Civil War .A:1:
Nat tion was reported to be: $28,587 in year In electric revenue," he added. Battlefield at Oluntee encompasses Superintendent Tom Dowling was ,
cat 1973; $32,037 In 1974; $34.797 In 1975; The Board further explained i that 225 acres on both sides of US-80. The presented a symbolic key to the institution. ,
In,I! $38.969 In 1976, and $42,203 In 1977. these funds are deposited in six bunks new prison was constructed\ andn Sen. Kenneth H. "Buddy1 ,
MacKay of Ocala was the main
speaker. Other state and local CASH ALUM8NUM
digni
II the: _"I ,'1,1 a'i'' -- 1>1.HOME NOTES .'.,e80-=11 d'i taries were present for the
dedicaton. at your nearest Reynolds Aluminum
out: Salem by daring Yankee skippers who kinds of Ages the Indian name for same pungent spark of flavor that Mobile Recycling Units and Centers
founded America's merchant marine pop prppers-Ed.) the variety whereof does so much for so many foods. Theyare Baker Includes four units designedto and get 17* a pound.
art America's first millionaires, Elihu is known by their i leaves and flowers." all to be used with discretion and house 100 Inmates each. During
aU Yale (for whom the great university Is Some are red, some yellow\ ( some In home cooking their relative Phase Two, construction is expectedto lea, Reynolds now pays 17* a Ib (for all-aluminum
named) and Elias Hasket Derby of violet, some brown,some white. They degrees of pungency 'are not that begin by December with inmate beverage cans,clean household aluminum and
Salem made most of their fortune In were of all shapes and sizes. Here, at critical. In food manufacturing it Is a labor.Two additional dormitories wilt other clean all-aluminum Items It properly pie-
the Pepper trade. last Martyr believed was "pepper different. matter, but there these be built. Present facilities include an pared. So start collecting today! ".
I Black pepper and white are more pungent than that from products are purchased not so much administration building, warehouseand It's easy lo cash in aluminum and you'll be sur
maintenance shop outside of the prised how much clean aluminum you,, have at
products of the same tropical vine caucasus by name as by their laboratory ratingof ,
Piper nigrum. Pepper berries grow in Today the spice trade packages heat (pungency) value perimeter fence, and a control room, home and around the neighborhood. .::-' -:*
several kinds of hot central services building treatment Recycling Is fun. It keeps your neighborhood M!
racemes like grapes only with pepper products. The good chef keeps Ground Red clean and conserves valuable resources and '. $
much more space between the Ground Red Pepper Crushed Red Pepper or Cayenne at his fingertips, building and dining and laundry fad / -' I'"'
berries. As they ripen they turn from Pepper and Cayenne (always a as indispensable in flavoring meats lities. Among the additions to be built enSobringInallthealuminumyducanandgett) .' M .' '.'
green to yellow to red. Pepper berries ground product) are the three most and sauces. Used with restraint, they during the next two years Is a paint 17a pound. fHvre's 1 .'
which will be used as Black Pepper popular ones. Whole, hot peppers will also add flavor Interest to eggs, manufacturing plant. Inmates will ;' ; "
chillies) also available in produce paint which will be sold to ; where we are
are picked while still slightly under. ( are some fish and vegetables. Crushed Red ,
ripe.As they dry, the color changes to spice lines (The capsicum family Pepper sometimes called other state agencies through the : f' STARKE. FLA. Reynolds Aluminum
p' also! gives us such relatively milder Correctional Industries Program. ;4i:/ Reynolds Aluminum
the deep mahogany shade with which "Pepperoni Rosso "Pizza Pepper, ..: ,*Y Jacksonville Recycling
we are most familiar. This dark outer spice shelf Items as paprika, chili "Coarse Crushed Red Pepper" Is Drake Contracting Company of > Mobil Recycling Unit Canter .
M hull Is left on. This makes a more powder and sweet pepper flakes.) often used in spaghetti, pi//a and Ocala built the prison. Mark f 1, At Bradford Square S252 Shewlnnd I Road
c tit there have Schweizer and Associates of Orlando U S. 301 Souin
pungent Pepper the way Historically, always other Italian dishes and is frequently MondaySaturd u"
Americans like it, since we import 11 been certain distinctions between placed on the dining table in Italian were the architects. .t", ((837 S. Walnut( 511)1a30.1t.00AM S00AM500PM
Jt times as much Black Pepper as Cayenne and Red Pepper. Cayenne and Mexican-style restaurants for
|r, White. Inside the dark hull is a lightP wa prepared from the hottest<< little customers who want still more SR EC Board Every Tuesday Phone ((9041) 78"-0688.a
chillies and since these In color ... .
colored core. This Is why' ground vary pungency.Varieties. t ,
Black Pepper Is a rvxture of light and from red to yellow, Cayenne was of capsicum peppers ToMeetSept.il d Call this
al dark particles. characteristically an orange colored (chillies) used In manufacturing There will be a meeting of the Board 4
White Pepper is the completely ripe spice Red Pepper ground( or Ground and Crushed Red Pepper and or Directors of the Suwannee River 0 aayranetAey. 1011.1,00number
d tI, Piper nigrum berry, but minus the crushed) was more apt to be producedfrom Cayenne are imported from Japan, Economic Council, Inc., Monday, ,
dark outer hull. It I I. prepared by somewhat larger, less pungent Turkey, Africa and Mexico and also Sept. 11, 8 p.m., at the Court House anytime
il v soaking the berry soon after picking, peppers and its color was a truer red. produced in the United States. County Commissioners! Room in Live [1-GOO-243-6OOO e'II
J. then rubbing off the softened hull.u These customs are still followed by Oak.
White Pepper Is much more popular many packagers but there are those For further information concerning
in Europe than in the United State today who feel that the terms Ground your household, write to your County
n Actually, the> good cook needs both Red Pepper and Cayenne should be Extension Home Economics Agent, "
:C kinds since White Pepper Is Ideal In synonymous meaning a ground, Mary S. Yearta, P.O. Drawer 1028, be
t: light colored foods where dark specks very hot (pungent) pepper product. Starke, Florida 32091 or CALL 11114-
t might not be attractive. 6280, Extension 284 (Starke) or 4W-!
f Both Black and White Perper have To the home cook the terminologymakes 2321 (Lake Butler). This service Is .
I r Innumberable uses in the foods: of almost little difference. Any of these free to everyone without regard to TOM RIVERS
\ every nation oil earth Blacki hot pepper spices will produce the race, color or national origin.
Pepper is available whole, ground or
coarse ground.
'; White Pepper Is available in ground g
form. Pepper Is good In practically REVIVAL
I! any food we might mention. Even In 0 For
some spicy desserts. A speck of black g
e pepper Is mysteriously good with Come Hear & See Evangelists

other pumpkin sweet pie,spices and In similar spice bake cake: Rev. CHARLES R. & CHERYL LEWIS STATE REPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT

goods.
The Piper nigrum vine grows Deepwater, New Jersey 25 DEMOCRAT j
naturally only within about 10 degreesof
the Equator, We Import most of our Lewis
Pepper from Indonesia. India Brazil,' Charles Lewis Cheryl
Ceylon, Malaysia and other tropical

areas.RED PEPPER OR CAYENNE Blind From Birth Sketches In ChalkPreachesJhe TOM RIVERS

Many of our spices from Old World Work Of While Her Husband
sources are mentioned in the Bible
and in history's earliest records. SPEAKS OUT I f fT
Others, like the pod peppers God Preaches w ; ,
(capsicums) which supply us with
Red Pepper, Cayenne and other spice P I
products,may have borne fruit many, )

human many centuries beings before in the the arrival Western of FULL GOSPEL PREACHING & TEACHING "I want to see new environmentally

Hemisphere. clean industries located in Bradford '' ='4 I
South America was the ancestral UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH r +. .,
home of the capsicum family, plant b i
historians believe. Pater Martyr, who County.
came to America with Columbus in 204 N. Waters St. Starke I

1493, wrote, "There are innumerable

"Let's hold the line on taxes without ;

cutting essential services such

Mark Your [[!]] Where as police and fire protection."

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It Counts The Most.Paul "I want to upgrade the working z ;

conditions and safety conditions ; ''f


WIeirag for state prison system correctional ;
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officers." '


Tom Stephanie,

County Commissioner '" "I will take an active part in helping and prooke Rivers


Democrat Dist. 4Surpri. city and county governments solve our 'FOR A

county's drainage problems." RESPONSIBLEREPRESENTATIVE

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"I want to be your WORKING Representative:" FORBRADFORD

COUNTY

We Love You
GPeftndpap I The People's Elect


C andi date:
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-.;: You're IiIiTap.II. f TOM



Ji,. .. r TOM RIVERSPd RIVERS

Here's Our Vote.. '


A1ass' [ ] Anjila' [!] h. L 00 Renoti' [|[T]| KatifPel. [E!j J April lt] Pol. Adv. Pd. For By Tom River Democrat


IOd Ad ey Paul Ueno' Gr."dolllldten


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