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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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to continue to climb until around Sept. 15 some students '
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"It couldn't have been smoother Supt.
any says /
won't show up until after the Labor Day holiday this Monday \\

Caseg Sept. 1.. .
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"r Before 9 a.m. Classes of kindergartners were at their There were not many changes In the system this term, -- SINCE
Supt. Casey notes. Bus routes and school sessions are the
.._ students.
deskslooking Just as If they were veteran
=:Students in the Starke Elementary!: K class of Mrs. Joy same as last year. Bus routes will be adjusted after a few
weeks when it can be seen where changes are needed.
=Tetstone pictures. Mrs. Dewey
'were busily drawing
?:;.McKlnney at Southside Elementary had her K class The new PMR (Profoundly Mentally Retarded) program
at Bradford Middle School went smoothly as
-'leatod. Each teacher had child to comfort.
only one upset
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parents and everyone Involved worked together to make it
Even Supt. Casey expressed amazement at how quickly real effective the first day, Supt. Casey said. The new, I.I
I the K students were Involved: Into the classroom routine. PMR program is housed In the special education wing of I

A first day count showed 3,742 students in Bradford the middle school, a permanent facility with good I
schools, about 100 less than expected. But new registrations ,restrooms.
continue to trickle in each day. Southslde had a table Students who have not had Immunization against The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven102nd
to register newcomers Monday morning. Hampton measles must show they have taken the shot prior to II
Elementary had seven new students Tuesday and Starke Oct. or they school until they get the hot. Year STARKE FLORIDA U Cents Copy
Elementary 11. The Bradford County Health Department Is doing the im 6lh Issue Thursday st28,118O
Supt. Casey says this is normal. Enrollment Is expected munizations. USPSMm.JtBRAR'f: i it'

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..... candidates for county 5; and School Board,Districts 3and 4.
; office and ,an unknown number of State and District candidates will
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state and district hopefuls will face be allowed to speak as they arrive at
voters here Saturday night Aug. 30, the rally and will be sandwiched In I,
r, in the first political rally sponsored by between groups of county candidates.This .
Ili the Bradford County Democratic Ex-i' is being done to accommodatestate
/HI ecutlve Committee. and district candidates who may
+ be scheduled for other rallies the
Highlighting the pre-speaking same night. ,
festivities will be a free chicken and All opposed candidates will be
rice supper, hosted by the committeeand allowed five minutes and unopposed
IMF _4 served from 5 to 6:30: p.m. Coun-. candidates will be allowed three
..-: as- try music entertainment will be provided minutes for their messages. '
.. ,.. I' I during the serving hours by The candidate list on this) year'sballot

i\\ 'J.J .Hank Lot and The Hometowners. Is slimmer than usual, with no

The'rally, expected to attract a opposition offered to the incumbent
> crowd of between 1,500 and 2,000 sheriff clerk of the court property
r appraiser and county judge. Traditionally -
political followers, will be the major
I f zrt event of the pre-primary riod. A second the sheriff's race is usually
rally and benefit fish fry will be tops In Interest in most counties, and
slated Sept. 6 at the Theressa community for that reason the political scene In
center by the volunteer fire Bradford Is considerably quieter thanin
department in cooperation with the nearby Baker, Clay, St. Johns and
Democratic committee. The Alachua Counties., Few Issues have

,..._"'...."" ...._' .""" Theressa served at rally 5:30: will and begin speaking with supper set to with evolved the so first far big, but rally that Saturday could change night.

start at 7:30.Candidates: In' staging this, event the
at the Starke rally will Democratic Committee has had the
_. ,appear In the order that their names support and cooperation of Bradford
School Daze... are printed on the First Primary High School, the County Volunteer
ballot. This means candidates will Fire Department, the National Guard
Mrs. Joy Tetstone's new K class. y in alphabetical order with those appear and other groups. .
above. at Starke Elementary at work competing for the office of tax collector Roman Alvarez, a member of the
Monday morning. Late registration at '" ; coming first. This group will be Democratic Committee will serve as
,' Southslde Ele.. 'bottom left:< '. followed by Superintendent of master of ceremonies and the sound
Homeroom assignment search was on r Schools, Supervisor of Elections system will be In charge of Jerry.
.at BHS. below. Students board bus.".. p County Commission, Districts 1,3 and Thompson.
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By a unanimous vote the City of the system told the Telegraph con
Starke Board of Adjustment granteda struction has started on cable TV for
Green Cove Springs cable TV firm a the Starke area.

variance to allow to erect a 100-foot "We hope to 'have' the service
TV antenna firm behind Starke Motor available to the People of Starke
.Parts off CR16. ."
within six months Mike Specchio
Starke Communications, Inc., requested says..
permission to place the 8 x 8 A spokesperson for the cable .TV
100 foot high self-supporting tower on firm told the Telegraph that plans call
that ,
property. 'for 12-TV channels to be available
City Hall records show the firm was with the service., .
granted a franchise by the Starke City Channels 4, 12 and 17 from Jackson
Commission In May 1979.A ville most likely will be part of the
spokesman for the Green Cove service. Other channels will be deters -
Springs Cablevision Company, a subsidiary -
..... of the firm proposing to build -e Cable TV. .l'ulU. "; : :



$7.2 MILLION OPERATING BUDGET APPROVED 1


0hc Gown (firier5ATUHOAY.

Much Debated Bus Driver,; Administrator'Pay Raises ,Okayed I



Approving much-debated Salary driver salary set-up though he 'administrators $2,187 and topping out administrators. That would give an the board went on to noninstructionalsalaries
., .e .. \ proposals for. bus drivers and ad- favored the $20 per day guarantee. I with $3,007* for. the high school prin- administrator with one year's experience to give Supt. Casey time durIng
SNrsrq ministrators, the Bradford school cipalship. the same raise as one with 14 an upcoming recess to make up an-
board tentatively) adopted a $7.2 Administrative Raises Casey had proposed a $67,000 years, middle school principal Dewey administrative schedule for the board
l'i million operating budget for 1911Q-811n package with raises averaging some McKinney pointed out. to consider. ,
a 3 .-hour session Monday night,Aug. Debated by Board $3,350. The board turned down "That's just plain unfair! said "Tom, do you have a motion?"'
25. Gaskins wanted administrativeraises Casey's recommendation at the open- McKinney.* : Chairman Gaskins asked much laterin
i Some $1 million more than last Ing of the meeting on a 3-2 vote- An across-the-board proposal holds the meeting. The board came backon
f ; fl year the new budget pumps most of Parrish.limited to$2,750 withdrew as proposed his motion by Gaskins Parrish and Vernon little incentive for principals in larger administrative salaries only after
the new dollars Into salary Increasesas for Parrish across-the-board raises Parmenter opposing. J.R.Jim( ) schools to do better jobs, BBS principal .! the recess and after the board had
the 1980 Florida Legislature intended $1,750 Lawson and Mrs. Pat Spengler voting Jim Duncan.said. okayed raises for the bus drivers.
:: Tne new budget Includes giving Supt. Casey time durlna.arecess for Mrs. Spengler's motion. V'I don't care, Parrish said go Gaskins, however. was under, these
9313.000 in .salary increases for In the meeting to work out an ..Then Parrish's $2,750 across-the- with $45,900 with a top figure of$2,750.
.AUGUST M teachers 1202,000 for non- administrative wage proposal totaling -, board proposal was termed unfair by Paterson's comment came then and School. Pay, Page ;Z.V;;.,
the$43,900 Parrish suggested. Administrators -
POLITICAL RALLY instructional personnel,. and 145,900
termed the across-the-
AND FRH PILAU for administrators.
IHS Stadium Everybody in the school "system' board $2,750 suggested by Parrish un-

Starting',M.. gets a pay increase this year from fair to more experienced principals."If '
don't this out'
.. the school board and superintendenton you even thing
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>what you'll end with is somebody
jg:: SUNDAY. AUGUST 31 l down, including head custodians, a up
like Mr. for
McKinney rolling me my
: newly created position, who will earn
=Ei IAWTIY DEC. PROGRAM job," said first-year Brooker Elemen-
:;: Lawtey RM. Sulldlng over $11,000 per year. Raises averaged tary Principal Buddy Paterson. The
20 for
approximately percent non-
Starting 11 1 A.M. said he
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appreciatedthe
Instructional employees, includingbus dollars
rt but pointed out there were.
i: .MgNgA }II'IhII.IA.J,?. 12.62 drivers percent; 15.2 for percent administrators for teachers] 12.4 other things to think about. ;
:: lAiOR DAY Board members were unclearwhether
_. percent for the superintendent.; and
the should be
SCHOOL,HOLIDAY 78.4 percent for school board top raise $2,750or
whether the admlnstrative raises
--- members:whose salary was'almost
p.W-JimMiiiL.----: should that but not
=ii doubled by the legislature althoughthat average amount
STARKI COUNCIL Increase was not asked by the total more than $45.900. Supt Casey
came back with a proposal of 12.62
7:00 P.M. Florida School Board Association..
.. .. .. .. percent.increases! ,., giving! beginning
IAWTIV COUNCIL During a busy night of financial ....
decision making, the school board .
\ =-.1 7:30 P.M. On Labor .
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Casey's proposed raises for administrators -
and placed bus drivers The following stores and businesses,
'will be for business usual
on a guaranteed salary of $20 dayno open as
per
'' .Monday, Sept.,. 1,Labor Day,;.*
matter how short the route, rather
s, i 'Court..y6f f Winn-Dixie, Food Fair. PllIgly-
than them strictly by the hour.
.* paying Eckerd TG&Y Brad
| JACKSONBUILDING Wiggly, Drugs -
: Chairman Casklns ted ford County Telegraph? :' ,- .t
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1$? SUPPLYOf against both pay packages, although! Ka h's Drugs and Mitchell's. Drugswill ,-,- "- ., .. ,. ,;'r--\......''''. ., ,

he pushed hard for the f 20 per day be open until 1 p.m. -
u Stork minimum for bus drivers then voted Keeping,Tabs.. ;

f.-it Hwy 301 S 964-6078 against the measure alter $53 per ,Advertising Deadlines: .. Bus drivers secretaries.and some maintenance personnel sloes on iwn-lnstriclloo'al' and administrative salsrlesr
"' t I,. Keystone Heights year increments for each year's experience Because of the Labor Day holiday, joined the usual hunch of administrator and '. ;' 'The group filled the,meeting room Ie capacity, and
':I' .:..:.. Hwy 100 and :2IA were "Included from thesuperintendent's deadline for political advertisements "teacher bargaining team members"' attending the' took part in the discussion.School: Hoard C1i lrmui>Arthur
:::: 473-497.1: proposal. Board for the Sept edition of the Telegraph school board meeting Monday night to see made dectj Utftklns allowed everyone t.. say whatever they
member J.r. Parrish opposed the bus will be noon Monday, Sept. 1.wa.frt wanted! la say.
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Pay Debated..............................................................* Cable TV .
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page alias they
......c.u.amid b bas....... Valued haler. ""uI1e-, Lou: Streets. %
shout lu&-. IMI __r........... -.pi C te.be, paid.ees ww bred against SIIIJ: has AramM One ca.a.rf: wilt be act aside,acChsanil Noteg ........ben decided..ecot- Al Crosby..- director of lhacr:
.-Dooms -< ltger tees: aenher 11 Pa snser .. c.dC N dill .gloss., forMs to tba spokcaperaan.Itn Starke Planning and Zoning Departs,
S2.1>>__t glee.Cogry .., < tie cabin TV dim .. derisions madic
seamy .meshes adtlttd. hta effims(-- ) is i expected soent pointed out that
....school.....,. gaited si.irso bas...driven.. 1 1 be by peed Ganbns the zed fa* De."IIIIII&IIIiwIJ.; ...- The wdd beWGN Csmandadowmd:7. ---uw...cJea... ,by the board of adjustments are finals
$..tMr .... till; Parrtah 'the tag of De"am bssdgat f.702 .... .... .wtBSis Star" a.. ...,-, -- Is The only way he stated could beerovertimed
peas legal
1Iou-cr. ... II s. ...GperaIIt per"year l.st ........nee whirs is ad a 6s AdaIIIa. wand by Cry Caommieada fill would be by actioniSHowso
iaw..e.. n. Up --. 1M, pn--CwjVy7"Tlut race ,I Ml whets ins iaa.nae ba win rain the enema carries tile entire ........1IIiIIai.. :
rigs,Ia actual la Pr. got $:"IIIr.WIdIIa lea d total staged assn as JIM .. Tko board of adJostBent to otherIMr. --s
sets d the I-.rber srlnsnld. .dITritC.... kt a 1IIIIIb'Pwv; summit .So ant a it. of Oct Eat, arsr..s"baseball gamsa"Chound hasi.ass gin..... .and.....MaxieR.ddeh for sootAeodwMAIC
Caws.....The kewasit raw*. for an.nerd a-d Re .te ... ... pIIbIie ....... be Ilk 17___Hw Attenta. Bravos i- a sprial awoeptioa.artases ; i
......-.......... .. lie 87W. dirwetw. and I ..-fdie: Ih..perats.baa drivers.r. -.a-.....final adoestimat7edor atone.. pro........ games of thebeshotbab Ieved eara <....... d pnIpIdy 2M -2 sent$2s'"perww.
t.e 'tare's taw "I dt he pro as fata 1.X..S. th eat
I the board. told. proposed IIU7 per the SB an- justsefteltshieaArtlda ''.L =
tnoasM yen ..... Incr.ment and die to Mtdaca big or TREK bO an it as ( i ftsaiiOUanr half[fat s in block M at Peek's Mat- .
to come. tack With a too rash oftteoBKbt ---- known Cant. Casey said ran new stations will be ..omuea ad tin to the Town of Stars with the y

S2.151-1 ,. cross tae.sail... mm average of -rbaa"a exactly; what wore doiag- hats. l mot be and liand sometime later. accnrdlnc to the Orsa's prepest r IirIeafed at W-hingtos and. 4A4-XDI :: :

o.-Casey, i said. .. a- Whitehead said two be cerfafied In Property AnJwnmy R '
nile was supposed to be higher than JeU' bas drtwn don..e a rase as ""< Ahrarec aometime lndezu. "RU--.fm: T
C.73 between AIIC-as..Sept. Mao It
mulch an she.Supt. can
"A fa.2ISI. sad work dswn.to .
top -------1 1i
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advertised to ,
la* nntilli y
that n&J7Lawsoa hoard -.lair JiIII87 Casey the reosnnded the Aloes .F imwoo s.ewr r--
Zioii OB aia mamp...the fas payow experience SECTION AI tai4lk. ; nit
AXSpmigVr... board member Pat increment ES years.'ITS A p.rtimof 3ls.dws meethsg wwsa MONO...............Posts IAIAEISwW.
.goat eatyavailable. Cur .. de twenty to putIIIie he.ri.g ....g.d bfaroad.pon ...............raw MSadeW ufflIEY
Tv. made a..ettjedecl aa* <:..... and n ."Casey:: .said. fdie Sedative bm.... Noconsume .................. 5A-'A TOmr
nuke another- mid Kra -. woaidat.. r> along with IhaLcent was beard eon On pmhic.In "ears A.Real 1EaL.....Peen VIA '
SpmnOt
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nftniIIC .. Mr .Deist.....reused... ...... .to.ppr 'I1Iat" aaiII.TIIId .. it.Jost like it is ether......1Mt. bard SECTION_ .1 ...IMA i SUPERINTENDENTOF

a twos far e raiMs Ca.ers averaging ar and .r- .bee driers die 7sp ..........................sttanO.rMwa +
ed De u..a raise he first rwcemneedeq :fear = .tar..............raw asCtsrsum. .
mo to aaprw.e the semi pIftIIS&w Casey said. The entire son.gaaet as and : ..........rase...,. : SCHOOLS NAN }-
propmsaL -game weal pay l Including. ep'sm s including ..AM ...... SECTION .
-As .long as that's .a ever the$4&M tor Awwtde+lair 1M goes,addition III ... -
"bond member Veen bee cnwn.is included in the 83UJMh Ce. T. Cara.M-rapm IOCno *
Parma J Omit.ta uiIi. "Hy pswt_wan to Casey.,....,.s..... IA-"Eknom"WYoperatieas EXPERIENCED AND QUALIFIED PERSON

stay-Doeoutabie within--you feel Mrs.thin Sparer s Last aa.d aid Taat" hears eosmpntes of (tIri1rDc.I U._ perM bear GaskiurGeskins far Director Lenard begun Poo is; ae : FOR YOUR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Jt

?"asked__d fey. IeaaaII Roguetaegoobeedsop.tile -witIa ......- tats Flow"h .
asked tor a metier thew. new weew beebeem *
"No, I"tfaancbt what.I prw.acadwas se.aservetioesl....... pint-1.awte7 Ek-od-y. H. ...._H.Foray Tees coo" .
tur. Casey npatd.Parneh
called far a vote. and me Parimenter use to accept die . . *. ....**********

MSJOO pecUee1.. caddis Boa-iastmeliaaal package asa ,. ._, .. _..
iii I 1ifC- -maud by SUFI-Casey with twe es- I -' -- .L -- -"'- -

-I doat at* bars you die can sal
there and say yoa".. ... tJce." That .bas drivers be paid a Oti :
said FFdscarion ee-. arisaa and fS5 for each Tn.rde.
om RE-ELECT :
dinatur David Snuck &A=MfiatMYthe
after vote. Snuck pontcdla died die salary af the deavery
maa. Johnny Jackson, be redaeedconaderabiy.
[ ets.e fill IDCFCMlBCV each mwt
ftftiweILLet .from level I to level I en .
BM ten yea aametkaac.The adseiirrratars the boay wage chart Jackass.wren
ill dID fair deti m suppbes"adIooIs..u
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salary." board member Verso.Parmeoter as a maintenance WIIIIId base r
.raIed. I"ift.perCIIIIt af eamed tU5n under $!pC. Casey's:
SS.MM to a bdeas .*.. is uemaa af j 4 E
.mom Pu1MIIIIAr! added.. !loss Speacler seconded Y i{ :
-I think.admiewarars are wenpaid. Parmenter a_ :
.and some people mmk they are -You realize is that we have bas
--.11I.i i i i "PanDeIIt ai ..... driven who wiD Id.SUM raise far
BUS Principal. Dewey lake dome rs hours. of work," eIIoait-.M :
CaskAS stated.wascaOed.
invited aayono who aonumstrators -
are overpaid to **cuuke Gasket stated .mI 1M gomtitn 2.EffideItt
and try ;L"Ithist .
-Does everybody UDderstaad. what
this board has been very
liberal die last coopie: yo.rs.t the notion u!" fe *- asked. "Idont 3. Cot
-.Aotiwe .......- CTtaitma0Us care bow you vae...-
Gaskins sa d. ""II some dealt it. Attorney Jess WoJbert! repeated the
they can nsip and_win be neon "With the sate aid ins
ill IiDe waitIaC... IbeIr jab... qIII es." G&sbIa said itfaiiuia to A Vote For
bus routes bernf! shortened two yearsago
Bus Driver Pay with driver a.aIariea.It beg eor-
l r iiiiiitiainTjr cut Neva Flynn Carol Milner .
Debated at Length Gukms still stalled until finaDy. NEVA FLYNN
Salary of boa drivers came at for J.T. Parrak called far the <.....
the most dre'am's.by far.of any oldie Parmenters motion naisM sin .... Supervisor of Elections Deputy Supervisor
nca ist rtuetiossi n-. peape.ed Mrs. Speagler and LawsonPamsh Joining
by Supt. Casey at approximately >> IImL Gaskets SlId PuriItI oppo of Elections
percent: for total package of Sm, 0*. told the capacity .rely 1$ a Vote; of Coif&escs "a jo&Siperraor of Elections Office
Bus cIriftn haveJteretaCore. been ill be meeting room be...jest trying ,
paid by the number of hears they to get some inequities straa Ken- K 014.L Ad.K teem my new Free .
drtve bat school board member! pre ed out, dial be was not again.'t boa .. -' /. ..
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pound Cade a'Vietnam"-rmMeameadati'.Add miima; daily -. .- -. _...... __r"...u... s.... ..- .. ... a;.a.t.169.1.,' ....... .1:0. As. AMA""- '.r' .'....="..,....SLY.,I.. ,'" \(' ,'...J'.". ftf.aurr.a11ac7-; .'

have increased hairy wage for ...... ........... -,'-! ..sin
bus drivers fourt7$ to JS.73 (a 10t : :
penaa: t increase) pkai give them *SS
lor each yew fill eItpeII N.oe..
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Some driftI'S have routes lea than rrsCT TO BE A II'J l '
two bows.sad under ea.eaw reeasmaadatm to'i
earn more than S1S \J
per boIr.Chairman Gusting painted : DEMOCRATIPOLITICAL t 1 1

out.advocating enarimean ol$70 per
day for such driwrL
"That's treat!- was the commentof i
Operauoa Director LeaaardRegiMer.
who said only two 4kncisUnog
woatld earn the---
driver! Leona Wbtfehead. )
with IS years experience and.a route RALLY
of X pointed out: *
Mrs. Whitehead earned O.7M this -tI
year *
With a OB per day osier lor FREE CHICKEN -WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE
two .hours plus her other hours Mrs.wlntenead "PERLOW"SATURDAY WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY.
would mere MM per day ..
or 94.40 per year or 7-W per hour.Or .
under Casey's 2s percent pro : AUG. 30
posal. Mrs. Wbriehead weald can ,
M 40 per year. *
Bus driver salaries coat! Sua,- : HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM STARKE *
last terra and.under ha proposal in-

dudinC the *S5 isav'reafir! each : Serving Starts Speaking Starts
year's ej ieiiente. will cost! fUl. 7.
Supt. Casey panted eat.We .
.. don't pay electricians. # 5:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.
eaI'peI n. orgad en m per hour
we caa"t afford top.y bus drivers
$1$per.....**said J-T.Parrish :
Berens IIIIIIt be tdeened swept aIIII nVnaV egoHANK LOTT iMO
washed drivers said Pointing GIll
they work .ere hews than they :
dime. TIE .
Casey pointed out there are two
short rum sad one ejUia lung one. : HOMETOWNERSCOME
No matter.Ga skies arpmC drivers .
win be paid b7 die boor not far hours .
they don't drive. H *
-nooooy likes ap cv backwards.- our AND HEAR
said driver Ida Mae Brown, a 21..,..,, *
veteran about havaaj her salary cut. "o.f( Democratic
Drivers m past years were not paid Candidates -011-'
now that money is --
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reasonable salaries far
IH EVERYONE INVITED O -wsmiS.-..-


County Candidates will speak first- *
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-.gas r1.ovary Call.Tbredeyat ..... 3 In the same order that their names .:' .

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appear on First Primary Ballot. I -. ,.-
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Residents Object T o Apartment Units J


Nine residents of Southwest Starke He pointed out the property was ject but expects to have a member of
attended the Starke Planning and already subdivided by Noegel. his family join him In the venture.
Zoning board monthly which Billy Huggins another resident of Austin pointed out the traffic was
pose a proposed development the area, pointed out that the elderly bad In the area and that people rarelyuse
slated to be located In the Orange people might be bothered by the US-301 and travel at all hours of
t Avenue and Edwards Road section of recreation complex not far from the the day and night on Orange Street.
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the city with the matter of rezoning project on Edwards Road.He pointedout
put off until a special meeting of the noise from the games could be
board could be let up to consider the heard for some distance.
matter Thursday Sept. 11, at 7:30: Hale replied that the apartments
p.m.D.M. would be well Insulated.. SCOTT WHITEHEAD,.
Hale, the Lake Butler Farm He also pointed out that there will
r4New Bureau Insurance man for this area, be a property caretaker for the BUILDER
asked the planning and zoning board residents to pay rent and keep up '
House
Plans
to rezone 3.3 acres of property for repairs on the project. Service I
33-apartment units to 1 be rented to Hale pointed out that at the momenthe Call 964-6512
persons 65 years or older.The property doesn't have a partner in the pro- I
in question is currently owned by
., ,.....'. Starke used
.. .: .. car dealer Stanley
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t.""Ji'.I.... ./...: ..,:,,1..,..- .... I':' Noegel and Hale has put a binder DR. JAMES K. HESTER I
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.. down on the property which Is locatedon
,': : :: ;!:': Optometrist .

.. ,",,' '.'.,,il"}:..'-1> 7 ;-. r. ,1'. .1"-',''''': next the to the north American side of Legion Edwards building.Road In leaving to pursue I pleated further.to specialized announce, .thai training In aye care, 4 1 1Is ,

"7.. ,:;',j ":t.r- '. ?t-:. Hale has requested the zoning be STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATESwill
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changed from R1C single family to '
R2A multi-family. mum hit general practice of optometry effective July 21. I960 '
Step for 116-Year-Old Kingsley Lake Church Hale stated preliminary plans call Dr. Kyle D. Abshlr

"ftev; Mike Anderson, right and Building Committee started work this week on the 2,000 square foot addition to for 33 units to be built as 1 story apart- Dr. James D. ChamberlainDr.
Chairman break sod In a ceremony Sunday, Aug. 24, to the historical church. ments. He said the property was Leonard Schlofman
begin construction for a $63,000 recreation and Sunday Church members had a special service, the groundbreaking walking distance to the Bradford '
school building at Klnglsey Lake Baptist Church. ceremony, and dinner on the grounds Sunday toWith Square Shopping Center and that the .*..0.W. a.I'. ,Optom..trliU J4M.Standing! lawla"ard|
them Is builder Warren Stephenson, left who observe the occasion. duplex apartments would be built Starke.PI.2091 Mlddleburg,He.3204Sa
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with 2 to 3 apartments In each duplex.He (feW)''''.1076 (904)i82-502)
:J.I Indicated the project would be

built with Housing funds and Urban ** ** *******************+
I I Development or Farmers
Furniture A'Hot
awtey Elementary Topic Home Administration funds. '
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Hale did not site RE-ELECT
present plans or
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other data. *"
'Why can't we furnish Lswt get it tonight" Gaskins said Aug. 18. Immunization against measles, and Members of the zoning board asked .. ,1''
I Elementary with new furniture? The $72,200 approved Aug. 25 was other childhood diseases.Students that Hale bring a site plan to the 's. 4
asked Board Member J R. (Jim) for classroom and school items. were given until October 1 meeting Sept. 11. / ;
Lawson at the August 18 Bradford Hampton Elementary was not men to get their shots.Some soo to 600 BHS 'Bill Looney, a resident on Orange -J: "t TOM CAS EY'i 1; ,
school board meeting,referring to then tioned Aug. 25, but will come in students have not been Immunized, Street, was concerned about the additional *" : i
wing at LE for which the board another of more major building Principal Jim Duncan said. After the housing backing up the wateron .
has discussed for months about buyIng items deadline students cannot attend Orange Street. ; '
new furniture. BHS principal, Jim Duncan ques- school until they get the shot. Exceptions Marion Underhill was concernedthat SUPERINTENDENT' IN
At the 25 the school tioned the board 25 religious medical .
Aug. meeting repeatedly Aug.: are or "after a week's rain the ditch on
board was presented with and ap- after the $72,200 was announced, attempting reasons, Casey said. Street fills up Into my yard. OF SCHOOLS
proved a $72.200 capital outlay expenditure to be convinced that the The drain under Edwards Road Is not
:' for classroom and school $72,200 figure Is valid.Duncan said he. Approved revised Instructional: ob big enough," Underhill says. *' Professional' Qualifications: A
equi Furniture Including $20,000 tabbed needs a definite figure before he jectives. The state now requires to *' BS UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA *
for for the new addition at orders equipment, and wanted to public schools to give classroom Instruction statement by stating that the City of MED UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA '*" 1.,.
Lawtey Elementary. know if the Is actual .
$72,200 an figure.In on operation of mopeds and Starke officials maintain the sewer *
It had not been determined Aug. 18 other action at the lengthy Aug. motorcyles. Curriculum Coordinator line Is adequate for his development.Raymond Experience In Bradford County: ::
.what funds are available to use for Lucille told the board. Austin, who lives next *
18 session, the school board: Payne *
building In the new ,1980-81 budget, door to Mrs. Underhill, asked the *' 5 YEARS TEACHING EXPERIENCE ,
Casey said. Adopted, after committees has f
.Supt. of how the
we got bids on furniture?" studied them for changes over the Approved revision of administrative -question ment would affect proposed the develop- 4 YEARS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL *
:asked Chairman Gaskins from the summer.A) a pupil progression plan procedures for early ad- \ 'values? property 6 YEARS
ELEMENTARY
B) for who is allowed mission to kindergarten. Mrs. Payne PRINCIPAL *'
;LE district, at the Aug. 18 meeting. procedures to Hale responded that the will
"Yes Casey answered."Well examine student education records, says the new rules omit an Intelligence enhance the project with *' 2 YEARS SECONDARY'' PRINCIPAL f
property especially
let's get the furniture out C) a student code of conduct,and D),a test for admission to the number of .
commercial firms in *
:there then.: Let's get off our compulsory! rule requiring student kindergarten. the area acting as a buffer.Pyrt : 12 YEARS SUPERINTENDENT OF'. : j
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1 backsides... Gaskins pressed. SCHOOLS
; .. Casey said Aug. 18 it needed to be ';*"'
i determined what items of furniture During my term of office the tax mlllaga has not been Increased. ,

.',are.necessary at LE executive, and which chair are Jj We have effectively operated the schools on the minimum mlllaga '**, '
not. mentioning an 01| st )11( rks.II''r School mares required by Florida Law. "
I and desk for the office of Principal fi.c *, i

:Charles Hall replied Hall, and that 18 he'd hat racks.give up the Now *' I pledge continue the effective operation :*' 1\I
furniture for his office, and that the Accepting Applicationsfor '
hat racks are on the list of furniture in : of our schools. !
: the specifications. 2 3 & 4 year olds *
"When will you check Into it, c your house on Let my experience continue to work for i
."Tom?" Gaskins asked. i School Hours 7:30:: AM to 5:30: PMs my low-energy

::,: "Soon as I have some time," Casey diatl9th } the best education of our children. '
&\\.aa1d.addlnA.. .:!.J.pprecl.. .yo( :.. 212 N. CHURCH ST. .. .. .
. desire for action."" r tjTARKIf z '>r s- -- ** 4 a. -M** U.*>- *tUj.. ...;,... A. ....
_Gaskin Mid he hoped Casey and 'rear'ol S.v47'J4777 / '* Pd o"A ,
Hall can "settle your' differences"and gets 8814 C ***************.** oIl.'O'.811""om..t.n'I'
get on with purchasing the fur- I .
niture.
'Hampton Elementary is next A T ITI REQ. D 3 I
priority on building, Casey pointed
out. If the board spends$20,000 on fur- ANDERSON 8,C.-'' '..triad them all but I mlly lose 0mf"ko1I A,0-PLVlVlkb,2.ln@;
niture for LE it will be Impossible to PO".1. Anders,,S C lallahrraliwy,"I 1'.....d."hrlll.lo,years and 1..11..." __I......... LAWRENCE
"" build the addition onto HE."ft's ..10.,invalid...ry,,other work and I pl.y piano for church and"" "'io..ln.'ooI..,,ban IrobAI.OPU'S..n
that close," Casey said.. myacMnn line.s ndlmabltuuartmyday without|..! ."W..oPLV.1dhk. 7
The board's intention, Gaskins .to.alutr M,. Pntttraon for h.r dedication in htlpinmhaJicM,W....sled. that w.can play a mall
pointed out, is to wait on Hampton' part in hft dny Ai..O.PLUSiafV7"ltpuraiilov, lauMandi.availabl.Uil I,......rAo...'"......
Elementary until money la available f.dluwing. Infill. phnrnmrira and drag Mum,. I
.to do what the board wants to do. Had P
;the board proceeded with money 't-4 f Andrews Drugs MOSLEY
:short, HE would end up with nothing !
i g but a new library, Gaskins said. .,! ;
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"If you want direction on Hampton 356 W. Madison St. Starke.
I'll declare it an emergency and Yllu'ii f

COUNTY COMMISSIONER


j RE-ELECT DISTRICT 1

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Il'r
Vernon
A Bradford County Native. '' + .
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PARMENTER ) Disabled American Veteran:1";:: il

: a ( Veteran Vietnam Conflict ) "
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; School Board Member," 0.. ': ,
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., District 4 ., I" '/ if Open mind to your, needs .' J

1 A Candidate Truly Interested In Quality Education "' ;' \r ';'" and problems


For Every Child In Bradford County.... :!. .\ I ACCESSIBLE when you call,. I'll be there to talk to you ,


*+ Graduate Of The Univ. Of North)[ la. With A Major about our problems. -.I., ','. .. ,


( In Accounting... .* I will be a working County Commissioner for all the ;


: He Has Worked In Various Segments Of Business' In people of Bradford County. ..Y; f

Capacity... :
'Management .' Asa young man I will be looking toward the,future

| 2 Children In Our School System.... : .
and be planning for our growth and needs. ,

i A Man Who Can Say "No" When Necessary ,: .
As experienced businessman I will 1 !the : I
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have
E Your Tax Millage Has',Actually Decreased DuringThe ,,, ; ,., ". t
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Z Last 4 Years' "7.' ':. knowledge, to manage your tax dollars, get you. -

." ,' .1, r dollar for dollar and service.. ,
goods '
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f I Candidate Of His Own Choice : A Vole For Lawrence Hoslsy, 1';: I


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i' He Does Not Represent Any Special Interest Group .' h For Jl Vote For Change' In 'County 'ficnrkResponsiYe :

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t Vote For VERNON PAR ENTER'. .: '. To The Needs' .


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t Your Vote and Support is Greatly Appreciated ,"- .I' ,.. Of The People I .- M.:. !Pol,. Adv'

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I At 94, Mrs. Futch Has Many Fond Memories -


Couliity Agenti \ BY

: One of the oldest resident of Brad- Minnie Futch remembers when a family has grown to Include 40 grandchildren l
ford County, both from the standpoint trip to town meant a rough ride over .71 great grandchildren, and V 'Iollbo'ok ) Bobby 11 j.
of lifespan, and the number of years woods roads in a horse and wagon ,24 great great grandchildren.The .
lived In the county, celebrated her rile ride Into Lawtey took her by Taylor
Mth birthday with a gathering of Grace Methodist Church and she August 17 reunion was an' .
family and friends at Strickland's remember the Shl man family prominent especially happy occasion since it Phone:864.4280
Landing on Kingsley Lake Sunday, early residents of the town, marked the recovery of Mrs.,Futch
August 17. who donated money for the stained from a recent Illness. A picnic dinner

glass windows in the sanctuary. and swimming. were enjoyed during It's good to get away but It Is also the proper pH and calcium.
Mrs. R.H. Futch has spent her entire the day. good to let back.-Taking a few-days' magnesium and fertilizer)anges.
life in this area having been born Mrs. Futch and her husband were vacation can make you appreciate
on August IS, 1888 In Baker County- among the early strawberry growers The four daughters attending the your work or routine and you can The only way I can know whether a
the daughter of Samuel and Sahara in the Lawtey area and farmed the outing were Pauline Devore, ,f' come back refreshed and eager to get field or crop: needs lime or dolomite is
Griff la. In 1900 at the age of 14 years same land for half a century until the Margaret Pauley. and Ola Starling things done. to have the solid tested. Get yours as
she was married to Robert Henry death of Mr. Futch. About 30 years all of Lawtey, and Mrs. Arle Blevlns soon as possible. If a liming material
Futch In Baker County, and they soon ago Mrs.Futch left the farm and wentto of Lenox Ga. Other members of the t" Is needed it should be applied three to
purchased SO-acre farm in Bradford live with her daughter, Mrs. Obed family and friends attending \were Fall Is crank-up time, for our \six months ahead of planting so the
Gouty three miles west of Lawtey, Pauley, in Lawtey. Paul Fisher Obed Pauley Arle farmers and for most of our farm material can: react properly in the
selling most of their herd of cattle to Blevlns,Teresa Patterson, David and organizations. Our cattlemen and soil.
pay for it. The first of her 12 children Angle DeVore Mr. and Mrs. John swine producers associations are
was born on this place on October 3, Nine of the 12 children of Ralph and Adktna, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Pauleyand planning special meeting programs Whether you have a pecan orchardor
1901. Minnie Futch are still living and the Stuart.Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Seize, r for September. I'll talk about those just a few trees you should plan to

--.4., I ,,,,.../;,<< "' .. next week. attend the Pecan Field Day this year.
. .. ... The meeting will be Thursday, Sept.
Mrs. R.II.Futch September is a good time for 4, at the Agricultural Center In
I E ji rjItlJr1S( ; farmers to think about the success or Gainesville. The center Is located at
; i I) Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling, failure of their spring and summer the Northeast corner of Waldo Road
Wayne and Melissa Mr. and Mrs. crops. They should try to determine and NE 39th Avenue.

'. .. .. .. Larry Norman and Rhonda Mrs.Ann why their crops were good or bad and
Starling Deric Harvey, Sherry make plans to continue good practices The program will start at 9 a,m.
Angle and Greg Starling Mr. and and correct mistakes or problems with good speakers for topics, like
Mrs. Richard Solze Sr. Sandra that might have occurred.I diseases that attack pecans
Raymar Terri Capps and Carl Lend- marketing pecans for the small
Signs of The Times strum. grower drip irrigation for pecans, insects .
; The honor guest was presented witha talked about soil samples a few that attack pecans and a recom-
beautiful birthday cake and also weeks ago, but I would like to remind mended spray program for insects
received many lovely gifts.FORESTRY. anyone who plans to grow a crop and diseases.A .
soil
pasture or garden to get their
A of +r public places of the city unless
thing joy tested now for winter or spring crops. highlight of the field day will be a
forever, but it is definitely nota t a permit is first obtained from tour of 'an Orange Heights Pecan
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utility pole filled with the City Council. We used to say that a soil sample Nursery and demonstration of' pecan

political signs-no matter how Couh,1-y doesn't cost it pays. This is not quite equipment.
handsome some of the can- It true now because there Is a$3 charge
didates be. i Admittedly, such laws are IN BXA FORI COUNTY per sample. The test never did actually The meeting Is close and should be
may 1)it < difficult to1 enforce, and we pay either. However, a soil test of interest and value to you. Call me if
', are sympathetic toward the 1 could be the difference in profit or you have questions or want more Information

Some have been complaining F ''s'c : candidates who are trying to By Mark Fries loss if the land was not amended to about the program.my .

that their posters are be- I get their messages across to
ing torn down illegally"butthey -
should perhaps, stop and # ,.-, the voting public. But, know- -

consider whether or not they ing what the ordinances are,

were placed "legally" in the perhaps their zealous and It's difficult to think about preparIng Rea_ 'writs
first place. enthusiastic supportersshould for winter with the thermometer I
use more discretion consistently topping the 90 degree
where such signs are to be mark, but if you plan to heat with
fireplace or woodstove now Is the
State statutes provide that
posted. They are definitely out time to begin storing away fuel. --- --
no political sign shall be

"erected, posted, painted, ) and lace on telephone poles The high cost of fossil fuel has many WANTS TO CONTINUE
tacked nailed or otherwise y r city utility poles where people taking a serious look at wood SERVING COUNTRY car and took time to call the
locatedon nails used to tack up the signs these days so the Florida Division of Sheriff's Dept. "
displayed placed or
rr for To each who had a part in helping
above state All could possibly cause injury to Forestry offers the following tips Dear Editor:
or or coun-
any me recover my car I am deeply
them the novice.
road a repairman climbing if I am not a politician. I am a
ty right-of-way. grateful especially to Chief Bowen
his spikes should contact a First of all, dry wood burns better patriotic American school teacher who was so very kind to take me to all
but I have the desire of the
As for the city its ordinance per hard piece of metal instead of than wet wood. That might sound obvious honorable politician same- the Intense the places I needed to go before my
wood. but It beyond the ob- car was safe to drive again.
really goes
desire to the United
of all kinds unselfishly serve
governing signs ta951EY .
vious. "Wet" or "green" are the This is just one more reason I'm
States of America.
says: "It shall be unlawful for terms used to describe wood that has All life ambition has proud to live in Bradford County,
any person, firm, or corpora- Then, too, there's that not been dried over a period of time. been> to my serve my my country to the always best where our people do care'what hap-
tion to place any posters or +i troublesome question-who's In terms of burning wood for fuel drydoesn't of my ability. I have always been able pens to one of its citizens.: I

advertisements of any kind oran )i going to take the signs down simply mean that it has been to do this until two years ago when I Hazel U.Paulk Florida
nature on any of the streets or I after election day? Usually protected from the rain. 'quit my work in Duval County and aprplied atatrf:* rSUrke., : s ,I

r of the to this job is left to the winjd.? (1itbi the-better-U': for work here In Bradford-the) II I,11" bit .ilttl ,' .
; wood
M 1 public places city, or up drier the county,where, I was born and raised no
::" display any' advertising 'on' I and the rain and the other; burns In most cases but for most peo* 4 and educated. I have tried for two There'stSi'ill' 'i e;
buildings I elements-and that takes 'a, pie it isn't practical to dry it more To For
posters or ,or by any years now to get work here in Brad- Register
other method on the streets or : long time. be than dried a few sufficiently months. Wood to burn cut when now will the ford County, but I have received no Fall Term
of
for
answers
t.I to any my requests
first cool weather arrives in Florida. work. Registration for the Fall Term of

I I have been given no chance to con- Santa Fe Community College will be
I The most economical way to obtain tinue to serve my country and held at the SFCC Office in Bradford
People Who Love People firewood is to go out and cut Ityourself.
Involved although I am not a politician. I now High School today and tomorrow,
few rules
But a are know exactly how one feels who has August 28 and 29.
here too. Most important of all tried hard to win a chance to serve his
secure the permission of the landowner country but fails.I The office will be open for registration
There are some special people group. If you have an uncle in Giving blood is virtually before cutting trees anywhere have written to you, because I from 8:00: a,m.to4.00: p,m.every
; walking around Starke Chicago who needs blood he is painless. No ill effects are felt except on your own property. wanted Uncle Sam to know why I had day with an evening session from 6:00:
: under the stopped serving him and I thought p.m. to 8:00 p.m. this evening, August
and Bradford
County these even eligible program except you may be a little While in the wood watch out for 28.
daysthe ones who have Wilson says. scared the first time or two. snakes and always be careful with you would tell him. Yours truly

allowed their veins to be tap- chainsaws'and axes. Don't cut down Dorothy A. Swanbom Students may register for the even-
ped for a pint of blood every Thirty or 40 people give here more trees than you plan to haul back Lawtey Fla. ing credit courses in Starke as well as
two months. With medical care costs to your house and don't overload those offered at the main campus in
spiraling today, giving bloodis every time Bertha the Bloodmobile your vehicle to get them back home. Gainesville. No appointment is

These special people have a chance to trim expenses visits the Chamber.The APPRECIATIONTO necessary.The .
set blood donor account when fine- count was 40 last Aug.:?
a you're feeling COUNTY COMMISSION
up
Fall Term from 3 to
Most wood
splits better right after runs Sept.
on Bertha's last visit. Bertha
with the local Chamber of before sick. Even if
you get Civitzfn It's cut than after it has dried. Dec. 17.Applications.
Commerce which makes themor you're' not good looking, sexy, belongs to the However there are exceptions: to Editor Telegraph:
any member of the their or rich you can still be specialin Regional Blood Center in that. Sweet gum is very difficult to are still being ac-
family eligible for blood when this sense. Gainesville. split when its green and water oak The following letter has been sent cepted for new students and
splits easier after it has dried for from our office to Chairman Dave academic and financial aid counselIng -
needed. Large hospitals over tht If just one-half of one per- awhile. On the other hand live oak Is Shuford and other members of .the are available to new and"old

What most people don't area use the blood donated by cent of the people in Bradford practically: Impossible to split County Commission: students.

realize Chamber Manager local citizens. Blood for County would donate blood manually after it has dried. I would like to take this opportunity Although most of the courses in

Bill Wilson points out, is the transfusions to people in need Bertha would be bursting at to express on behalf of our State Attorney's Starke are evening courses, Dr. Bernie -
the seams. Let's try to get There are two Important rules for office here In Starke our per- McFadden pointed out that there
that anybody in the county no can come from only one
,
stacking wood. Number 1. get the sonal and professional appreciationfor will be and
a course Monday
those 100 out the next time on
matter who, is eligible to use source: People who love peo- stack off the ground. A good way Is to the office accommodations: recent- Wednesday morning In "Literature
blood credited to the Chamber ple. Bertha tomes to town. put down a row of poles and stack the ly provided our staff. and Composition."
firewood on the poles. Rule number 2, The swift tanner in which the decl-
stack in such a way that air can circulate :., ion was made and then acted: upon Another offering of special Interest
I The Census around the wood. as well as the professional manner in Is the course in "Art Fundamentals"in
Censuring which Triest Construction Companyand which an outstanding artist.Lennie
As much as possible, stack the split sub-contractors carried out their Kesl l.will teach a basic course in pain-
funds highway assistance, population. One city, Detroit, wood with the bark tide up to repel responsibilities was quite Impressive. ling.
No one, apparently, is hap- aid to the poor, and a great has even gone to court, We slncrely: appreciate the additional
py with the 1980 census other federal demanding a recount of its rain.Don't space which will ultimatelyallow For more information call the i
results-not even the Census many programsthat wait until cool weather ar- us to even more professionally .itarke.Santa Fe Office at 964-5382.
Bureau itself.Considering. allocate funds on the alleged undercount. But evenif rives to get your fuel though. Nothing serve your Commission and the :":I''I
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basis of the census head it succeeds in proving an spoils a romantic evening In front of citizens of your community.: ::; !

the habitual count. undercount, it is doubtful if the season's first fire quicker than an Leadership Workshops
the Census Bureau could uncooperative fireplace or Thomas M. Elwell
mobility of the American people woodstove. Assistant State To Be Held's
it isn't easy to get 222 Of still more importance, revise its figures by ?, Attorney Everyone is Invited to series of

million of them to stay put fora perhaps is the fact that many December 31 when, by law It If you have any questions, feel free leadership sessions In the Agriculture a

nosecount every ten years. state and legislative bodies is required to produce a final to call me at 9644280 ext. 219. Service Center on Highway 90 in Mac-
Even the Census Bureau ad- will be reapportioned next population figure to be used IN THANKS RECOVERING FOR HELP CAR clenny. The sessions will be held Sept.

mits that, based on past ex- year according to results of for congressional reapportionment. 11 The, 18, 25 and Oct. 2 from 7 to 9 p.m.

perience, an undercount of the the 1980 census. Some of the ,* Airman Loznlcka Dear Editor; Developing Sept.Group II session and Individual will be

1980 population was in- older cities in the declining In the Leadership Skills. Dr. Lionel ?"go"
Northeast show population meanwhile Congress1 Gets New AssignmentAirman Many of us so often find time to Beaulieau University of Florida Ex-
evitable. Therefore, it is easy declines of as much as 25 per- should give careful considera criticize, but few of us find the time to tension Rural Sociologist Neil ;pirtas. -

to understand why disap- cent. This could cause signifi- tion to proposals for using adjusted Stephen A. Loznlcka,son of praise.Recently. Community Development Agent
pointed mayors, from the big- cant cutbacks in their con- counts, such as social Mr. and Mrs. George F. Loznlcka: my car was stolen from and Pat Smith Baker County Extension -
gest metropolis to the security rolls motor vehicle Jr., Lawtey.. bal..beera..l.ned to the city Starke.Within five minutesof Director, will be the speakers.The .
smallest hamlet, are unhappywith gressional and legislative registrations, and school, Keesler Air Force Base. Miss., after my call to the sheriffs office Capt. topics covered in the:.other
lepresentatlon. Growing completing Air Force basic training. Scottie Rhoden was on the scene, workshops will be Parliamentary\
the preliminary figures enrollment figures in conJunction followed closely by our'Sheriit Red- Procedure, Working With Volunteers
that have been released. .;fates such as Florida, show with How to Deal
census data. During the six weeks at Lackland dish. In another two minutes Chief With Conflict, Getting
healthy increases in popula- "There must be some way to Air Force Base. Texas the airman Bowen was there.I Maximum Citizen Participation and
And it isn't just their injured tion, even though undercounted avoid some of the inaccuracy studied the Air Force mission went on home and was met by Meeting Management. -
pride that is being hurt. An and will pick up disappointment organization and customs and received Deputy Glen Moore and Paul Stegall.. Instructors will come from the
undercount means the loss to representation, ? ut still they and confusion surrounds special training in human rela While Deputy Moore was talking to Voluntary Action: Center of Alachua:
that he had call County and The Center for
cities and towns of millions of tions. me a that gave him a lead. Community
want and deserve full the much-heralded Census of My car was stolen at 1:30: p.m.. and Education at the University of
dollars in
revenue-sharing measure: : of tb.iractUal 1980. In addition, airmen who complete at 10 p.m. the same day Chief Bowen Florida, Gainesville.
basic training earn credits toward an called me that he had my car. The program Is sponsored bpi the
associate degree in applied science: So I wish to express my sincere appreciation Cooperative Extension Servlc!?. A
through the Community College of the to the following: certificate from the University of
: Air Force. Florida will be awarded to thole attending -
MIW The Sheriffs Department and coun 3 of the 4 sessions
W/tt)6 ss, II t itch employees for staying touch To register call Nell Spirtas 5 In the
,pr: 1, 111 The airman will now receive me.City Police Dept., focal C.B. County Agent's Office In Macclenny:
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specialized instruction the avionics Club WPXE radio station, Florida at 259-3520 or 259-4390 'or Bobby
Wilderness area In the U.S. were first Mt aside In 1937 on Indian. reservations and In national forests.U1 systems field. Highway Patrol Individuals who saw :Taylor in Starke at 9844280. .


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:' Dianne Yawn
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) .,)t..i'I"" V Shower Honoree *f

Miss Dianne Yawn, whose marriage Tlte fA octal SPtde
to Glenn Mullins will be an .
w' event of Sept.6,was honored at a kit- '
chen shower Monday night, August
25, at th a home of 11fr s.John Miller. !
Co-hotte sses were Mrs.Randy Johns gl aciyetoofY
Mrs. Jc Ihn Schmidt., Mrs. George
Jfewb
Winkler"and Mrs. Bob Ferguson. S cl.l'I CrJitor, @fte 1
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After :Miss Yawn opened her gift
Is 4 S they wet n displayed on the breakfast' 964- 760$ ar
+ Iu bar and>bn tables In the family room.
The re reshment table In the dining ,
room wa a covered with a yellow linen
,,, cloth and centered with a crystal .. .. (
1\1\ punch bowl holding cracked ice and Mrs. Ewell Lawson returned Sunday Mr..and'Mrs. Buddy Swearingen Misses Jean Mundy and Sharon Sof-
'j Cokes.Ai pound the bowl was a garlandof from ten days visit with her son and son,Tracy of Pueblo Colo. spent ford of Tallahassee spent Saturday to
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fern |nd white and yellow carna- to with Mr. Wednesday at the Mundy cottage at
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry last Wednesday Friday ..
the of the bar was
Down
tions. length: '
A'do Lawson and Mrs. H.L. Hutson. Kingsley Lake.
at Fort Walton Beach.
9I'?Y,)' a ,' a garland of fern and yellow silk
7ar, flowers.'The buffet In the dining room
held yellow tapers and yellow silk

p! ,7li ss 3" ". flowers.Kitchen gadget corsages were r STEVE SIMMONS office hours

tr', presente d to the honoree her mother WILLto accomodate the
Mrs. LI la Rae Yawn, Mrs. R.S.
: Mullins mother of the prospectivegroom working man
I" : and grandmothers Mrs. L.T.
II' \'; Izlar anti Mrs. Lila Caldwell. The
'IJ'" '_, hostesses i also gave Miss Yawn a STEVE SIMMONS WILL work directly with
.. hand mix.er and wooden recipe box to '.
." which each guest contributed her taxpayers

!' I.L. .. favorite.,recipe.Sharing ..
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? the occasion were approximately
.,._. \\L.!, N''I': '. ,.,d, 3 W guests.
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.';<" ."'.w./h;: ,' l' ,1 JtI STEVE SIMMONS WILL give Friendly: ,

Mrs.Antony Boxley, .. Courteous and
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:;: '"; Cherise Asplnwall and Anthony Boxley Celebrates Amanda: Bakken First. Efficient service to

all the citizens of
,, ': Married Aug. 9 in Aikin, S.C. Blrthlday
," Mr. an d Mrs. Gary Bakken gave a Bradford County
family birthday party Sunday afternoon J
Cherlse Renee Asplnwall,daughter Heather Allison of Evans,Ga.served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i
of Leon and Diana Asplnwall of as flower girl in a gown similar to
;I': Joseph liakken for their daughter,
For A Tax Collectors Office
: .,.. jAiken, S.C.. and Anthony Richard the honor attendant.. Amanda Leigh, on her first birthday. i y
.Boxley, son of Mrs. Jean Boxley of The bride wore a long white satin The ref:reshment table was covered
do. N.C. were united In marriage Saturday gown with train and wore a white pic- with a birthday cloth with matching Bradford County Can Be .Proud<< Of !I''
Aug. 9, at St. Johns Methodist ture hat. She carried a bouquet of plates and napkins. Centering the
.,Church in Aikin, S.C. in a candlelight yellow daisies. table was a large sheet cake
,!ceremony. The bride attended Bradford HIgh' decorated with yellow flowers and a VOTE
,.:. The altar held arrangements of School from 1972-75 and'graduated single caindle. I
daisies against a background of bran- Cum Laude In Aiken High School In The approximately, 26 members of
ched candelabra with burning tapers. Aikin, S.C. She was listed In Who's the Tamil,y attending Included Aman-
Mike Henderson of Madison Ohio Who in I960. da's grea i grandmother Mrs. Nelson
was best man. The groom attended Richmond Green. STEVE SIMMONS
Renee Fowler of Jacksonville served High School in Augusta Ga.served in Mrs. Dan Hardenbrook assisted In- '
as honor attendant. She wore a USAF and is presently working for serving. ;
floor length gown of yellow satin Hamburg Industries In North Pd. pol. Adv., Pd. For By Dot Simmon.. C.mp.hmTr.. ''Tax Collector ,
overlaid with sheer organdy. Augusta.
SirS.: .-
Teresa GaskinsHonored
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Several Parties, A

Miss Teresa Gaskins, whose marriage -'
10 ': to Mark Reddish will be an.
event of August 29, was honored at A MESSAGET01TH'E
,11-: rties !
recently.
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'. "" July
On 30 Miss Gaskins was given '
a bridal shower at the Courthouse
'given by the girls in the Tax Collectors -.
)' office.

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."I' ; On August '7 Miss Gaskins was 4b, Y' ". :BRIDFORD COUNTY
.honored at a bridal shower given by 1 : 1 :

"t"el'' anda Prevatt, Tina Patterson Pat- I .' ., ., .,. ,.. .'. .
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I ui.noigy Lawson, Emma Jean Redding and I 10' '" /J ,
.. Clara Hazen at the home of the latterly r rnt"l" d %,t+ tmw q',r ,n=,h TODAYIS! THP 28th DjAyOF'AUGUST JH q T JVIEi NS Vy E EQl,1, D i U.:t 1
"v'Vn BroWIII eBoad.''';; V.. tit-11f the Arrangements party rooms.A .of roses were used in Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brooks' LEFT FOR YOU.TO THINK. ABOUT THIS ELECTION AND M YOUR DECISION ON

Stevens game won was the prize.played and Debra.. Kathy Wainwright, :::: MM WILL'REPRESENT YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN ON THE BRADFORD COUNTY

', .1 The hostesses presented the Brooks SCHOOL BOARD FROM DISTRICT
.,' honoree with a toaster as a memento Arthur
: ,. ",of the occasion. Married Aug. 9

_1: .. ... Kathy Ann Wainwright of N. Temple
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Avenue'' and Arthur- William .J. R. "JIM" LAWSON'I I
and the
I Miss Gaskins was complimented at Brooks of Fort Lauderdale ,
Jacksonville Naval Air
U.S. Navy
a bridal shower on August 14 given by .
Station were united in marriage In an
a
'I ; Esther Hall Brenda Starling Valeria
.. ,.Shuford and Betty Shuford at the outdoor wedding August 9 at 1 p.m.by :. -
home of the latter. Lake Asbury near Middleburg. ((.' :- BORN AND RAISED IN......... BRADFORD COUNTY
attended. Given in marriage by her father,

."''. .. honoree The Thirty hostesses guests with a plate presented and cup and the Donald long white C. Wainwright eyelet sundress,the bride and worea carried EDUCATED IN...................... BRADFORD COUNTY

'II "'saucer to her chosen china pattern as carnations a bouquet and of white daisies rose buds.small pink MY HOME is IN ................... BRADFORD COUNTY
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a memento of the occasion.

Cruce Matron and of Jeffrey honor was Wainwright Mrs. Beth, i. : EMPLOYED IN .........,.......... BRADFORD COUNTY
brother'of the bride served as best
.J 1 "Byron Bagwell man. 1 OWN A BUSINESS ............ BRADFORD COUNTY
Gives Back-To- Out-of-town guests were Arthur W. .
Brooks Sr. and his mother- Mrs. c EASILY ACCESSIBLE TO ,
'School Party Brooks of West Palm Beach Barbara :;. AI
V i 1 .Byron Bagwell, eight year old son Brooks. the groom's mother, Terri, EVERYONE IN ..................... BRADFORD COUNTY ::1{
..1| :'of Donnie and Shirley Bagwell was sister and Chris, brother,. of Fort 4 1
the host at a "back to school" party Lauderdale. UNDERSTAND THE NEEDS ." \I
Saturday afternoon, August 23,at his After the wedding, wedding cake ...
'J: home on S. Cherry Street. and punch were served. AND CAN COMMUNICATE I
,., The "back-to-school" theme was The bride Is a 1976 graduate of "
BRADFORD COUNTY
'.V. WITH THE FINE FOLKS IN......
'r? i carried out with a big red apple cake Bradford High School and is "
m> centered on a table covered with a employed by Nationwide Insurance' 'f .
." :cloth hand decorated with crayon Co. In Gainesville. : ;>i' EMPLOYED ONLY 3 MINUTES 'i I,
"reading writing and arithmetic" The groom graduated from Fort ;' *<... ,': 1 .. FROM FOUR SCHOOLSAND'a
Lauderdale High School and is stationed ',. .,. I
--"Byron's eight friends enjoyed j a'' at Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE
': 'hamburger cookout and backyard tion. 'I
;': ames during the party hours AND CAN TRAVEL AT A MOMENTS

NOTICE TO ANY SCHOOL IN... BRADFORD COUNTY I


t1The Bock Door .Lounge FOR THE LAST 18 MONTHS I HAVE CONCENTRATED. MY.EFFORTS IN THE ,


Itl AREA OF SCHOOL M ARC. i FELT TO BE A. GOOD EFFECTIVE BOARD


v iy MEMBER.. THE FIR TTHING (,SHOULD DCMS LEARN HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS'

,:! Now Playing.. AND NOW WITH THIS"ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE I CAN SPEND LOT OF TIME IN


"!q'J THE SCHOOLS TALKING AND LiSTEHia.il. INTELLIGENTLY. AND ONTHE: 1

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Page(A TELEGRAPH August 28. 1080a Miss Dianne Yawn Tullie NormansTo

Strawberry Swingers Celebrate ,
Cherie
Ilinton. Luncheon HonoreeMiss
Event
Anniversary
Homecoming 60th
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David FarmerMarried Dianne Yawn was honored Nile and Louise...
Well AttendedThe Saturday The children of <
9 with a bridal luncheon Suit i
Aug. Strawberry Swingers Square August 23 at the home of Mrs. Tom, Norman are holding a reception
Hinton of Brooker,, Cohostesseswith Sept 7, from 3:30 5:30: p.m. at o
Lake.
Cherie Lynn Dance Club hosted a homecoming Casey on Crosby day
daughter of William H. Hinton of New dinner and dance last Thursday evening Mrs. Casey were Mrs. Johnny the home of the Norman's son-in-law..,}!i1!
Orleans. La. and David Virgt! at the First Methodist Church Hobbs,Jr. and Mrs. M.A. Payne ST. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Barney?
Farmer of Gainesville ion of Mr.and recreation hall. .,, Corsages, were presented to MissYawn Eggers on CR 229A on the Norman's"!
Mrs. James Farmer of Fort Walton Many couples that were membersof i. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn mother Nth wedding anniversary i',',n
Beach were united In marriage the club in years past attended and of the bride-elect and Mrs. R.S. All friends and relatives are- coriUHidlally !
Saturday. August/ 9, at 7 p.m. at a enjoyed an evening of good food,good .1 Mullins, mother of the brldgroom-. Invited to attend. I 11!A,
garden wedding at the home of Mr fellowship and great dancing.:\ Club elect. The family request no gifts, pleaseim ol
and Mr*. Tommy Cox in Brooker. caller GU Crosby did an excellent bit The main dining table was covered
Rev.. L.L. Parker of Brooker performed of calling. with a white tablecloth with a centerpiece Gaskins, nn
Teresa
the double-ring ceremony.The Among the guests for the evening of yellow, white and green silk '
couple repeated their vows i iI were Don and Dee Brooke, Bill and flowers.The tables In the family room Mark Reddish .fjy!
before a white trellis with an arch Intertwined Lorren Canon, Tom and Barbara were covered with white lace cloths To Wed Aug. 29 ;;?
with green Ivy. On either Casey, Roy and Hazel Hall, Hank and and centered with orange and yellow
and MarbrnReddish
side were two tan baskets of pink and Mary Ann Kyle Jerry and Dlna.. silk flowers. Place cards marked the Miss Teresa Gaskins on'Vf: :
white carnations, white fujl mum Patrella, Melvin and Barbara will be united in marriage
and fern with arrangements of fern In I Prevatt, Art and Ann Schulz and .,J seating.The hostesses presented' the Friday August 29. at Church 7:30: p.,m.Starke-in thai::ortjNorthside

the background. Y Wayne and Ann Whiffen. honoree with a lead crystal cake plate Baptist
in !
tho-.oo:
Jean Douglas of Brooker began asa with a reception following
Mrs. The Strawberry Swingers as a memento of the occasion. ',,0.1
played a medley of nuptial music on group of dancers and students backin Robin PrItchett Out-of-town guests were: Mrs.L.T. Fellowship Hall. '
but.mlall
issued \
the organ. September 1975 and were organized Glenn,Kemp Izlar, Ocala, grandmother of the No Invitations are being Invited ,N
tO-ii
John Morgan of Gainesville servedas as a club in June of 1976. The club's' bridegroom elect; Mrs. Sheldon Peddle friends and relatives are '
best man. Ushers were Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. David Farmer first president was Jim Lewis, who Robin Pritchett Crystal River; and Mrs. Tom attend. ;ltd1d'
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Farmer,brother of the groom,Marty was instrumental in getting the group Glenn KempTo Duncan, Willlston. .. .
Campbell of Fort Walton Beach and formed '( '" "V,.' ""' 1\\,, 1!< .. U
Ronnie Hock of Copperas. Mrs. Paterson Square dancing is rooted deep in Wed Sept. 20 I :
:
Ms |twBfl
Texas. and today It 1s I 'JOUN: : !
Shower Honoree American history Mrs. Barbara Montpetit and Mr. '>-
Gainesville was
of ''
Lee Pearson She wore a beautiful danced around the world. Regardlessof Marvin Pritchett of Lake IkuUer an- Mr.:and Mrs. E.R. Smyth of Largo .f\M'I"JSI, < 't'jH'1Ii' I \)'11'iJ
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attendant Starke, called it
honor Mrs. Larry Paterson of where the square dance Is nounce the engagement \}ot their Mrs. Beth Peacock and
with and Mary
long aqua gown of silk waistline organza and formerly of Keystone Heights, was Is always called in the English daughter Robin Lorraine :'Pritchett, daughter, Debbie of Jacksonvillewere RO ,

spaghetti straps high ruffle around the honored at a stork shower Tuesday language. to Glenn Alan Kemp, son at Mr. and Sunday guests of Mrs. Bertha _,. ,"" .. a.. ._ .I I, ,.', ""IU3
capelet with deep 19 by Mrs.Kenny the homecoming the '
night,August ,given Following Mrs Perry Kemp of Law ley. v '
edge. She carried a nosegay of pink, Church and Mrs. Larry Edwards at Strawberry Swingers also danced for The wedding date) has boon set for Pearce. "Ir.IU \ .
rose and yellow rosebuds,pink cares the home of the latter In Keystone the crowd at the Bradford County September 20, 1980,8 p.m. all(the First ,ens..
breath fern and '
tions, mums, baby's Heights. Hospital Employee's carnival on Christian Church of Lake Bilitler. \ I
pink ribbons. Over the refreshment table was Saturday evening. Club members No local invitations are bo ping sent.. 10I
Mrs. Larle Myers of Tampa,, hung a handmade diaper stacker In present to dance werre Gareth and All friends and relatives are frnvited to '11
bridesmaid and Miss Deena bridesmaidwere Cox the shape of a rabbit made by Mrs. Becky Jones,Drew and Ada Reddish attend. '
niece of the bride Junior Edwards and filled with diapers by Joey and Linda Baldree, John andAnne ELECT I tie
bridal attendants. Miss Cox Mrs. Church. The cake,made by Mrs. Greene, Lynn Hamilton. ''*
wore a white gown with pink eyelet Church,was in the shape of a pink and Margaret Hardee, Rose Padgett and i) "
embroidery with off the shoulder deep blue bib.Guests. Carlton Jones. Mrs. EA. Winkler'Celebrated LAWRENCE ojj
ruffle and wide ruffle at the hemline., were asked to bring one of The Strawberry Swingers will hold i 'J?
Mrs. Myers wore a gown identical to their baby pictures and were passed an open house for all who think they '
the honor attendant. They carried around for the guests to guess who like to try square dancing.This BirthdayMrs. :
nosegays similar to the honor atten they were. Mrs. Paterson won the will be on September 18 at 7:30 P.M. E.A. Winkler celebrated! her
dant, and all wore a rosebud with a prize.Terri Prevatt won the prize in a In the recreation hall of the Methodist Both birthday Sunday at a, surprise
sprig of baby's breath in their hair. layette guessing game. Church. There will be no charge for birthday dinner at the West ern Steer GRIFFISpj'may.
Little Nikki Farmer, niece of the The Hostesses presented the this evening of fun.Refreshments will Steak House, given by her children, ,
groom, was flower girl and wore a honoree with a hand crocheted be served and demonstrations will be Mrs. Julia Underhill, Warren
gown similar to Miss Cox except with sweater, bootie and cap set made by performed by the club. Come on out Winkler, Merry Shepard George '
aqua embroidery and she carried a Mrs. Edwards as a memento of the for an evening of real fun and relaxa Winkler, Arthur Winkler ,and Mrs. ,;
white basket with pink rose petals. occasion. tion. Martha Smith.
The bride,given in marriage by her Twenty guests attended betweenthe Mrs.Winkler was given a feathered District 3 .' ",
father wore a white silk organza gown hours of 7:30 and 9 p.m. Special carnation corsage.
with scooped neckline, empire lace guests were Mrs. Paterson's mother Miss Gwen Zack After dinner, birthday cal ce and Ice
bodice, lace capelets over the Mrs.James D Mrs. Robert Paterson cream were served while, Mrs.
shoulder and lace trimmed long illusion and Mrs. Bill King. Coffee Honoree Winkler opened her gifts. The Son Of Beatrice And The Late
bishop sleeves with a full skirt Miss Gwen Zac whose marriageto After the dinner the part y was In-
with wide lace panels on each side of Erie Biggs will be an event of vited out to the Arthur Winkler home Pete Griffis Of Starke
front of the skirt with chapel length complimented at a."coffee" for a swim party at their pool and a
August 30, was
train. She wore a single string of Shriners Attend cookout. Of Bradford County
earrings. Her Saturday, August 23, given supper Lifetime Resident
pearls and matching 33 attending In- .
Summer CeremonialStarke by Mrs. Elbert E. Thornton, Mrs: The approximately
fingertip veil of layers of nylon veiling the families, children, grandchildren
Denmark cluded
Warren Winkler Mrs.J.E. Businessman In
edged with matching lace and Shrine Club was well Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Jerome and great grandch'fldren. if Young Independent
seed trim was Shrine Summer
simulated pearl at the
represented and Mrs.
She carried a bou- in Ocala on Johns,Mrs. Joseph Valinskl The Poultry Industry.
secured to a cap. Ceremonial and parade Maxie Carter, Jr. at the home of the Recent Bride 1
of sweetheart roses, llly-of-the-
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quet valley,baby's breath,carnations and Saturday.Attending from here were: Al K and latter Miss at Sonja 1710 Biggs;. Call greeted Street.the guestsat Honored At . . .
fern with white ribbons. Marjorie Carlisle, Robert S. Mullins. receiv- Several PartiesMrs.
A reception was held at the Cox Robert and Gertie McRae, Dewayneand the line door were and Mrs.standing Carter in,the Jr., Miss former In Talking To Tit Citizens Of Bradford County, ,?
ing the
home where the same flowers used in Linda McRae, Vernon and Linda David Farmer,
the wedding were used in the dining Parmenter, E.W. and Lucy Hodges, Zack. Mrs.and L.S.Mrs.Tanner Myrtle, Mrs.Anderson.RobertE. Cherie Hinton, a recent bride, was I Hall Found That Improper Drainage And Poor lilt
room at each side of the bride's table. Elmer and Mar Etta Biggs honored at a lingerie shower recently
Nosegays and pots of fern were used Faye Thornton, Chard and Judy The refreshment white Army-Navy table was cloth covered and given by Mrs. Lea Temple,: assistedby Graded Road Conditions Are Among Some Of The ,46
with
at points of interest. Cunningham, James and Joan Watson a of her daughter,Larie Myer of Tampa "
arrangement ,
The bride's table was covered witha William and Andrea Abrams, was centered with an "I' u 'f' :'
Oilr'lt.a.
lace cloth with pink rosebuds flowing Maxie .Carter-Jr., Charies-Dinkina.- red roses, pink carnations and white ,The refreshment table wlI:i covered,. "Hafor" Problems l UtaTheso II.'W biro lib
down the side. The three tiered Carlos and Leila Johnson, Rocky and daisies which the was given to the *}th a lace cloth eid'eellte.'hIl401tJeautIIuJ \ ..,. UI\il'.a yuj0 are 7u"l proalomo! "that I I.oallllke to help". 1;""" ,.
after party.
bride's cake was topped with a Amanda Hudson, Lloyd and Melame honoree caker-decorated ,trtth-pMi .oJ'
ceramic bride and groom and flankedby Stillwell, Gilbert and Sally Nelson, Miss Brenda Roberts, Mrs. David Silcox roses and green leaves. Pink punch correct. ..1/11'
the bride's bouquet. The punch Luther Raley, F.H. Kramer, Marty Montgomery and Mrs. Vernon was, served from a crystal bowl. j'
table was covered with a lace cloth Barry, Drew and Adrienne Barry and presided at the punch bowl. Pouring, Mrs. Fifteen guests enjoyed the occa TourVofo And Support. ;
coffee were Miss Sarah Biggs 1 IJWill ,
and centered with a crystal punch Mary Evans,Mac and Carol Baldwin, sion.
bowl encircled with fern and pink car Fayne and Bernice Bateman, Gilbert Martha Dorko and Mrs. G.W. ..........-- ,m

nations. Nuts and mints were served and Jewelle Brown, William and Roberts.The hostesses presented the Mrs. Farmer was honored I with a Bo Greatly Appreciated.
from silver compotes. Paul and Mrs. Baker
Mrs. Cox greeted the guests at the Julian Evelyn and Cruce Nita, McRae, Paul and honoree with three pieces of her surprise shower and party recentlyby Farm Pd. Pol Adv. Pd For 81L.w.nc./ .Qriftts
of associates .at
memento of
chosen china pattern as a a group
door and standing in the receivingline Mrs.Stegal,Harry and Margaret Ann ed.
were the bride and groom, their Stalling; and family, Welcome and the occasion. called Bureau where she is employ ......L
parents, Bill Hinton and Inez Green. Mrs. Cooley and Ernest Cassady.The Approximately 200 guests aHlU
10:30a.m.
hours
Gina Britton and Tina Edwards kept ladies attended a luncheon and between the appointed :
the bride's book. fashion show at the Fox Fire on Saturday and 12 noon. "EYES AND :

Ann Britton and Mary Anne Hinton, noon. *14,
sisters of the bride cut the cake. Pouring After the Shrine sessions, Dr.
punch was Janet Edwards Mullins entertained the group with a
assisted by Kathleen Hinton,sister of steak barbecue supper at his ranch in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Hogan of 111111 ,&2
the bride and Peggy Prevatt, floor Ocala. Lake Worth were Saturday overnight I M

hostess.Mrs.Tommy Cox directed the wed t'""'t; e guests of Mrs. L.A. Canova. s =

ding. Greg and Ryan Goldwire of Toledo, FACT: incumbent opponent says ? ?it
to Busch My :
Following a wedding trip
visiting their grandparents !
Mr. and Mrs. R C. Buford and Mrs. Ohio are 2101ears"
Gardens and Kapok Tree Inn, Clear- I
and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire for ,
Mr.
Gloria King visited Mike King in
water, the couple is residing In UeesburR on Sunday. two weeks. school tell .
Gainesville.The in each to
bride attended Bradford High .tl.1x1
School, Santa Fe Community College, :
Powell's Beauty Academy and is o

employed The groom by Florida attended Farm Fort Bureau.Walton E TRAVIS The ONLY eyes and ears t:6t:

Beach High School. University of

contractor.Florida and is a self-employed paint L 41 needs arc in,the picture below! -01-tteml no

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BRIDGE ....

DUPLICATE CLUB RESULTS E 3 ODQF/1/ Will ;
Charlie Riddle and Jack Burnett RICHARD have !
Commissioner
were the winning couple at Duplicate .
Bridge Tuesday night. Knish Son!and --tom
Bob Patel were second; tieing for C Group !
third were Lucile Green and Shirley
Watana and Jerry and Hazel Moran Qualified Dependable ::1 I

and Lora Francis and Eva T family man Christian '

Mathewson.The Tuesday club plays night at beginning the Holiday at 7:30 Inn L"- L RICHARD ,DOOM Will ,Hot Odom'r.! :: 1\f

every p.m. but this coming Tuesday,Sept.2, YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED .ai',

playing will begin at 7 p.m. Pd. Pol Adv. Pd. For By Travis Mood .M


RICHARD bOOM, Wit not :l.VIbns;


Elect fcoHiM....;)



Emmett B. AkridgeTAX If YOU want a school board member who ;IA

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FIRST HAND and in a STRAIGHT FORWARD ''CUDway
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COLLECTOR BRADFORD COUNTY

then on Sept. 9...:.... ,l.t.as0

Emmett B.k Born and Raised InAkridge'
Vote to EI I:) ol

Bradford County. ; :,1MiIt'll

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Gwen Marie Zack I ,I Methodist Church News 24-Hour Prayer

Erie Robert BiggsTd I This Sunday Aug.31,will be promo- and get Involved In the and Service Set
Wed August 30 I ties Sunday. There will be a special up-coming activities, during At Pine ValleyA
Gwen Marie Zact and ErIe Robert J program In the sanctuary for all Sunday percent membership ch is in
Bigg will be united in School classes beginning at 9:45 progress until Oct. 1. 14-hour prayer service starting at
Saturday, August 30 at marriage In the a.m. which will Include presentations The new youth singing group will be 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 80, and ending
First United Methodist Church with of certificates and awards. Worship meeting Sept. 3, 6:45. There is still at 9 p.m. SUnday Aug. SI. Is set at
reception following In the Fellowship a I service begins at 11,at which time the time to Join. Mrs. Lavon Drives is Pine Valley Congregational/ Holiness
Hall Rev. Warren Linger will give a sermon director. The group will be singing a Church.
All friends and relatives are invited entitled, "K is Written." minimum of once a month during The Labor Day wish
to attend. I General Meeting for the First worship service and other special in' begins Saturday afternoon
United Methodist Women will be Sept. vitations. Plan now to attend and brIng supper which will be served from
si The t*(2 for adults,
9. Rev.Warren Langer will give a Bible a friend. S-6-30pm price
Miss Dianne Yawn i study and a covered dish salad $1 for children. .
Shower luncheon will follow. Mrs. Donald Singing starts at 7:30: p.m.and goes I
Honoree
ArN d I 'Thornton WSCS president urges all t until the prayer vigil begins\ 9 p.m.
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Miss Dianne Yawn, bride-elect,was members to encourage others.to Join Prayer requests may. lie phoned to
complimented at a bridal shower 964-8494. I
,Wednesday night,August/ 20, given at The Victory Temple Church of God. Pine Valley church Is located Just
,the Stump home on Bessent Road. Dedan Baptist to off US-301 north of Starke down the
cordially invite to
The members you road beside Bradford Furniture .
gravel
Hostesses were Mrs. William Ep Hold Homecoming attend their worship services each
person. Mrs. Larry Gibson, Mrs. Dedan Baptist Church will hold Saturday at 12 noon. This week Mr. Co. I
Louise Harden, Mrs. Larry Hardin David their Homecoming Sunday, Sept. 7. Robert Austin, Jr. will teach on the
Mrs.i Herbert Herres Mrs. 24C N q
subject "GETTING THE BEST OUT
Robert Dinner on the grounds after morning
I Montgomery, Mrs. Paterson, OF LIFE."Directions: entering
worship. There will be special sing- upon
Mrs.Malcomb Sanders, Mrs. Cynthia ing.The public is cordially invited to Lawtey,take 225 east across railroad I
Schmitt Lillian Stump, Mrs. Phil Vellenga and Miss N attend. Rev.John Hendry ia pastor. track. Turn left at 2nd dirt road. II
Chickadees and nu
Rosebud corsage were presentedto are fond of peanut buttar. I
the honoree her mother, Mrs. Lila I

Rae-Yawn: the prospective groom's 1x alc/Y... /t'... .
mother Mrs. R.S. Mulllna and Mrs., ELECT
Lilaaldweil.Mrs. .
: Mrs. Paul Steven Mulder of Lake
Larry Hardin greeted the
Bluff, III. the former Harriet Goodman
guests at the door and Mrs. Schmitt LAWRENCE
of Mr. and Mrs
Invited daughter
them to the refreshment table
Seeber D. Goodman of Starke hat
,
and to the gift display table.
attractive yellow and white color been promoted to a sales manager A GRIFFIS
with and Parsons
Harrington Righter
motif was carried out in the floral h.
In ChlcBoz She Is a graduate
of and daisies.
arrangements roses high T.
of Bradford School and the ,
Mrs. Louise Hardin served cake
and;.Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. Hal Ed- University of Missouri Columbia, County CommissionerS
Mo. Prior to going to work as an account
wards at the bowl.
presided punch
executive with HRP two and Districts
honoree The hostesses with the round presented platter to the her :8, ,y one-half years ago, Harriet was in- T 01
I volved in the advertising
Stoneware memento of the dinner occasion.Approximately service. as a y 'business in Chicago for eight agency years For the people of Bradford County
and the advertising television time
between the party 60 hours.guests attended Beatln'Thelleat! sales business for another one and ALL CAMPAIGN. EXPENSES PAID FOR BY

is Gary Brewer along with Donna. Gary Doa 7, and Joshua Clay I, ef Starke, one-half Parsons years.is Harrington a television Righterand station THE CANDIDATE
head for the splathdowa at the end of the "Logger's Log Flume" at Silver
Dollar City In Pigeon Forge Ten.The log name la now a part of the new "Fun quarters representative in New company York and with 11 head-addi- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED.
Country" rides area which makes Silver Dollar City a major family theme
tional offices around the U.S.
park. Silver Dollar City, featuring pioneer crafts In action and live entertainment
,Is near GatUnburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. II
f ,I4ti Vale For and Elect

;bJJ fMnfjHHBHBajfBHraKDnHBHHnamaaBMiJennings i..
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Tammy and Donna Kay Lee of Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. J.R. yf I"'il111
Gainesville spent last week with their Wainwright Mrs. George Miller and
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nealy Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr., spent Sundayto 0 1/ A"- O bee 1
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McConnell, Jr. Wednesday at SL Augustine.Mr. epees .> COil J"01lle -
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Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson and son. .and Mrs.Walter Jennings Mrs. 111)'
Kevin of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carol McLendon and Gene Kuschel of \ \ \\ C041
Davis of Gainesville Butch Pafford Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. \\\1 111$1P
and daughter Misty and Mrs. Loren Harlan Jennings of Gainesville were doad /J
Laurie of Jacksonville were Sunday Sunday visitors of their mother, Mrs. image Wen.
luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L.H. Jennings., ; ; IJ.lise,
ij Richard Smith Pafford in Gainesville. d\) I
r.1 Mr. and Mrs. Clem Schnell of r "
Scholarship Winner Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell,Jr. EvanaviUe, Ind. are spending two ra"forcrc' erord
visited Mr. and Mrs. McConnell Sr. weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Rex AnderBlackweJder.faniUy -
1974 Bradford High graduate in Olustee on Sunday. BOD. 011111
Richard Smith has received an
: academic scholarship to Seminole Mrs. Charles Hardy visited her

J Community College in Sanford 30th,in Fla.his mother Mrs. G.E. McCauley, iniPalatME ... .. ._ m"r, ...... ... '......... .....1 .. ,
graduated r.
Smith, who .. JIll Satorpay i and &IndIa) r { '! ... 9f'r 'ril t1 J14 'b.o. }II' rfr itfrtti3
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I and with honors with a 3.03" ,..RI'.. d/ ,1.1. 1I111"< b4N .h" / ..... ,
clan four other ,
They were joined by slaterslft ( III ti Mgni Pow n>lv wnAs
, greet point avwMK in accounting,plana'tta with avorfc;a,,..' * ; towards a degree t ,,,, .
;. mlnoa in Journalism. Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs.L.H. Jenn- '.J II ..
ia Richardalso ings and Mrs. Joe McGee spent-Mon- The Blackwelder Family Reunion StarlingCounty
:lettered in football, track and day to Wednesday of last week at will be held Monday,September 1 at
field.and golf at BUS and plans to run Lake Yale.
the Lake Butler Community Center.
Seminole. Commissioner District 5 9thI
croB! country and track at Please attend and bring a picnic September


;bJ !Jo.J n- lunch. Have Been A Resident And Taxpayer Of Dist. 5 for The


John and Marie Strickland of Past 35 Years.Elect .
Hazelhurst. Ga. spent last week with .
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson They
were ;Joined by their mother, Mrs.
Martha s: Strickland over the weekend Jennings Starling your

Mr.i;and Mrs. H.L. Hutson were
Saturday dinner guesta of Mr. and
Mrs. Don Jerkins in Jacksonville. Commissioner because:

Mrs R. L. Epperson, Sr. returned
home Monday after 10 days In Bradford -
County Hospital. STARKE 0 t Your County Commission Is a big business-It is your business. Your tax

and not Jennings Starling Is a
James W. Brownlee, Jr. of Starke dollar should be budgeted wisely foolishly.
was awarded the Bachelor of Music successful business man and knows money management.
Education degree during summer
commencement exercises at RECYCLING
Jacksonville University on August 9. I

Mr.f,and Mrs. Larry' White had a I Your County Commission is responsible for roads and drainage. JenningsStarling

family cookout Sunday at their homeon CENTER has been in the road building and drainage business for the past ten
Crystal Lake with their parents INC'W
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and Mr. and years. His experience is your gain. When you elect me your County Commis-

Mrs. Robert Smith and family of sioner, I promise you I will visit all sections of your county at least mon-
Law as guests. iuckComplete
y Love to Pass the
thly-more often if necessary.
Mr,and Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Jay and
Len spent last Thursday at Busch r

Gardens. celebrating. Jay's. 17th birthday ..,.__. -r.. .. .
| Because I own my own business, I will be in a position to spend as much time i

Mrs.Mr*Cirby P.D.Padgett Reddish in visited Plant City Mr.over and, -iLJt'lc/; as necessary taking care of your business, checking your roads, drainage, J

the weekend. and personally talking with you. Jennings Starling is seeking this office of '

Mr|, and Mrs. Harvey Edwards Recycling' County Commission on his own. He will not be dictated to by any one personor

visited their son-in-law and daughter persons. '
Mr. |nd Mrs. Richard Dennis In
Callahan over the weekend. All Types of Aluminum '

Mrfand. 'Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf. Mr. All 'Sizes & Shapes THINK BEFORE YOU VOTE:
and firs A.J. Eaves, Mr. and Mrs.
George Winkler, Mr. and Mrs. Butch
Redding Mr. and Mrs.John Goolsby, WE BUY

Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. Don Townsend Rardon Strickland., Mr. and! COPPER'.LED ALUMINUM Do you want your Board of County Commissioners to be

Mrs.Jerry Rieske and Mr. and Mrs.Jimniy .
BATTERIES
Dyal attended the National BRASS. RADIATORS Governed by any one person or persons?

Guard Officer's weekend.conference in Tampa' 'SOON 'TO BE BUYING

over Ihe CARDBOARD. & NEWSPAPERS SPEAK OUT VOTE FOR
Mr] and Mrs. Robert White of -
.Gainesville were dinner hosts Tues- TIED IN BUNDLES .,'
day night at Ironwood Golf and County '
Club In Gainesville for his parents, Ib.:for ; and Elect
Mr. :and Mrs. Olin White on the

and Whiles'Mrs.32nd White's wedding birthday.anniversary' 2 5per '

JENNINGS STARLINGCounty
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Mil'and Mrs. Steve Gardner.and ,
famOy of Charlotte, N.C. were, ,
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtin Commissioner Dist. 5

ders. 964-7234. .

from Mrs]several Gladys Weldon weeks'vlslt has returned with her HOURS:: Mon.- Frl. 8am.5pmSat. ,' It is. my earnest desire to talk with every voter in. our. county before

daughter and family,. Mr. and Mrs. t I" September 9..But, if should miss you, please accept this as my personal visit J

Charles Patrick In West Florida. am-2pm with you.J.saiugs "

Raiford Epperson visited Mr.'and f\es\ Starling earnestly solicits year veto and active rapport ea Seat. Mfc.ft .,'
Mrs. R.L. Epperson, Jr. In St.: ext to Little ltal
Petersburg over the weekend. Pal A ovu

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r. m. 4 ." ; \ :, ? pledged, as. ..eerily. for any obligation hereafter issued 4pcnp.,
t I! ; ; j. exempt that any Outstanding obligations previously \ .
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section way
Article IX .
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and er
allocated
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAl AMENDMENTSTO ,M revenues refunding Ibonds.
: '. COh1STI1VTIONAL AMENDM!NT ; "t.y ] I a lower we. average net interest coat rate by the issuance of
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IE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 1980 ', ,., maturing noiTater than the obligations refunded, secured by-the'
NOTICE OF ELECTION .;, ", ARTICLE VII, SECTION 14 / ; same revenues and any other security .utl\O.1&1O/I in par'9.h(1) of fhte" : t

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WHEREAS. The legislature) under the)Constitution ef the' State of Florida passed I I .. T.

Joint Resolutions/ proposing amendments to the' ) Constitution of the' State)of Florida. r..t, :r" 12J.of'thii
.. the requireants of paragraph subsection[ '
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Subject
and they did determine and direct that the. told Joint Resolutions be submitted to,the) and after payment o' administrative espensea. the .oond gas taxobsuL,

electors of the) State) of Florida at the. Special election to be "held on November. be allocated to the account of each of the several counties Ia.ho",
1980. amounts to boo determined .. faUo.... There shall 'be .D ,initi'
: ratio of county area to state area, &, ..
one-fourth In the ,
allocation of \
NOW THEREFORE. I. GEORGE FIRESTONE. Secretary of State of the State of fourth in the ratio of the total county population to the tBtst *

Florida. do hereby give, notice that a Special Election will be held In each County In population .. n accordance with the latest available federal:

Florida on November 4, 1990 for the ratification or rejection of the Joint Resole BCTIM 14. Bonds for pollution control and abatement and other wet.ifacllltiee. census, and on.-h.Tf in Jh. ratio of th. total second gas tax" coll..,,.,:>

Lions proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Florida: vlx: .- on retail sales or use in each county to the total,collected irw.114
counties of th. state durinq the previous fiscal ye.r. If the annual :,
la) When authorised by' law. state bonds pledging the full faith mnl debt service requirements of any obligations issued for any aO,", '"
credit of the state may be laaued without en election to finance t has. including any defiolenciea for prior years secured under paragraph .(;\fI'|
construction of air and water pollution control and abatement and solid of this subsection exceeds the amount which would be allocated to 1j\m\.
NO.1CONSTI1UTIONAL waste disposal faelliti. and ether water facilities authorised bi county under the formula sat out la this paragraph the amounts allocated..:
general law therein referred lo as -fscllliisato.be operated by anj, to other counties shall be reduced proportionately. a -
munlcipeiity. county Sistriotor authority or any agency that..',If y.
herein referred to .. "local governmental egenci.).. or by any *g.nci' IS) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2)) and fli) of this Bisectiontd I
of the State of Florida such bonds shall be secured by a pledge of .n shall be administered by the state board of administration created under:
AMENCMENTARTICLE shall be payable primarily f roe. all or any part of revenues to be derivedfrom :. said Article IX. Section 1.. of the Constitution of- 188 .1'ss amended, and : '
II SECTION SAND. operation ef such facilities. special assessments rentals to be which la continued ae a body corporate for the life of this subsection I
received under lesss-purchsse agreements herein provided for. any other. .(e). The board shall remit the proceeds ef "ascend"'gee tax" in each I
ARTICLE XI, SECTIONS 2 AND 5 revsnuss tb.t..y be legally available for such purpose, including> county account for use in said county ss follows eighty per cent to"tloit
revenues from other facilities, or any combination thereof (.herein state agency supervising the state road system end twenty per cent tactile I
eoll.otiv.ly referred to a. "pledged ..v."uo.'I. and ahall be governing body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county....,.
SECTION .. Public officers.la .-- additionally ..auJ." by the full faith and credit of the Stake 0 t be isereeeed by general Isw. The proceeds of the "second gas tai*
Florida. subject to allocation to the several counties under this paragraph ((9)
) H. person holding any office of emolument under any foreign Shall be used fir.t for the payment of obligation pledging revertue.
governments or civil office of emolument under the United States er any IB IT FURTHER' RESOLVED that in Accordance with the requirements 0>f allocated pursuant to Article IX Section 16, of the Constitutionrt
other ...t.. shall hold any office of honor or of emolument under the .section 101.161 Florida Statute the substance of the ,amendment' 1881 ss amsndsd. .nd .ny refunding thereof .second for the payment ef
government of this .t.... No person shall hold st the earns time sere proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as foIl..... debt Section on bond Issued es provided by this paragraph (13) to finance
then one office under the government of the state and the counties .nd the acquisition and Construction of roads as defined by law and thud'
munlclpslltles therein except th.t s notary public or military offlc.ra Proposing an amendment to Section 14 of Article VII of" the It..,. for the acquisition and construction of roads and for reed maintenance
may hold another office, and .ny officer way b. member Constitution to allow the issuance of state bond for water facilities. a.authorissd ,. author lew when authorised by law state bonds i pledging Ehe full
..*...B<...-....s4en-eeaess BHt constitutional convention or statutory by general law. it of the .t... may be issued without any .la tiont Mic( < .o
body hewing only advisory powers. refund obligations secured by any portion of the "second gas t te."
NO. 5 allocated to a county under Article IX, Section 16, of the 'Constitution
(b) Each state and county officer before entering upon the duties of of 1889, se amended (111)) to finance the acquisition and eonatruction of
the office, shall give bond SB required by l.v. and shall swear erafflrai roads in a county when approved by the governing body of the county Hind
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT the state agency supervising the state road systsmr and (iii) to refund
ARTICLE XII SECTION 9 obligations secured by .ny portion of the "second gas t.." allocated
'I do solemnly Swear lor office) that I will support protect and under paragraph ec) (4)) Mo such bonds shall bs issued unless a state
defend the Constitution and Government of the United Stetea and of the fiscal agency created by law Visa made a determination that in no state
..... of Flerld., that I a. duly qualified to hold office under !h. lineal year will the debt service requirements of the bond and all oth.r:
Constitution ef the state and that I will wall and faithfully psrfora bond secured by the pledged portion of the "eecond gas tax* al loco t.d't0'
the duties ef ... (title of office.. on which I sm now about to enter. the county exceed eeventy-five per cent of the pledged portion of "ht'
So help ... Cod.*, **aaeond gee tax" allocated to that county for the preceding state fiscal
ysar of the pledged net tolls from existing facilities collected'in tta
end thsrssft.r shall devote personal attention to the duties of the 'BC'I'JOII'. Bonds.a .- preceding state fieeel year and of the annual overage n., toll.
off lee. and continue in office until his succsssor quantise. anticipated during the first five state fiscal year of operation, of._w
|e) The powere,. dutl.a. compensation .nd method of payment of state ( ) ADDIT10UL SCCUMTIE projects tAboo- finanaWLand Mof any.of er leqelly available pledqtrevenue
and county officers shall be tired by Isv. ** collected in' the reci fiecal yearj Bonde iesuea
II) Article IX. Section 17. of the Constitution of 1885 .. amended, pursuant to thla subssctlon.. shaii Da pa10T err y.from) the pledged
a. it belated Immediately before this Constitution, ss revised in 1968, tolls.., and the pledged portions of gee ... allocated to 'the.
became effective. 1. adopted by this reference aa a pert of this rcvi.iona. county and any other pledged revenue Land shsll waters not "later that)
completely o. though incorporated herein verbatim, ..0." revenue, forty years from the gate of lesuence. .
bond., revenue certificates or other evid.naes of indebtedness hereafter
ARTICLE XI Issued thereunder may. be Issued by the agency. of the state so author wed
KHENOMINTSSfSv6Nflv by. law.

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f..- )tth.r)--sliety-..y.-.fter-.h.-.dj...nme>it-.f-tli.-.ege*..-....,ea (Id) SCHOOL DOMDS. .
.f-.h.-...*..s....-.. .....- .-.h.-.enth-yee.-- .*.ew{..--.h..--*n.-whteht '
*.--.. ..4.s.*sn-_*.-. spa..,-...-... -...RU._ -'....-.he.......,-.heee fl) Article XII. Section 9. subsection (Id) of this constitution'-"as'
ot.-..-..*...**. ..-.-....,.*..U.-...t... -..... .. ..-.......<"ef--.he (al that ]portion of Article Met Section .. Subsection (a) of this amended, (which by reference, adopted Article XII. Section 18, of the
fsitewiaf-.'-.....-.......BeeTs Constitution mm __ed. which by reference adopted Article XII Section Constitution of 188S ae emended) .. the same existed innediataly before
19 of the Constitution of 1G8S. es amended, ee the sue listed the effective date of this amendment i. adopted by this reference ss part'of
< .-.,.....,-.....s 1-.f-the-BhN l .rt54a..w.esbsrs.i.ea.ebycA.g immediately before the effective date of this amendment i. adopted by this amendment aa completely .. though incorporated herein verbatim
thi. reference .. part of this revision aa completely ee though for th. purpose of providing that after th. .".ctlv. date of thisamendment
...<.... incorporated herein verbatim), for the purpose of providing that after the the first proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing -
effective date of this amendment all of the proceeds of the revenue of motor vehicles .. referred to therein shall b. distributed annuMly
ilt-------------.h.----.f--.hs--hssss--..fr.ereeente derived from the gross receipts t..... .. therein defined collected in among the several counties in the ratio of the number of 'inetruotioaunite '
,....-...-..w.-w.wbee.-.....<..-.,-, ..-. .......-. .*-....-....... each year Shall be applied .. provided therein to the extent neeeeeary to la each county the aame being coteminus" with the school ,distr4ce. .
end comply with all obligations to or for the benefit of holder of bond or of each county ae provided In Article IX. Section 4, Subsection laj of,
certificates issued before th.' .ffective date of this amendment or any this constitution ia each year computed as provided therein to thi
44.---. ...-........-..*.ova-by-tM-.A4.l-j> set/..-. -....-.. ....-....* refunding thereof which are eeeured by such gross receipts ....... Bto extent neeeesary to comply with all obligations to or for the benefit ot'
'h.tt.-w'...-. .-... ..-. -th.-i..H.... bonds or other obligations be issued pursuant to the provision of bold... of bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued'
Article XII. Section 19, of the Constitution of 188S, as amended, but before the effective date of this amendment or any ..fundln'th. .
this provision shall not be construed to prevent the refunding of any which era secured by any portion of such revenues derived from the
4NdA.9w.er.N.sa4estwo.Neserw.wblfeMeaamis| > ....-,-{*. Bush outstanding bonds or* obligations pursuant to the provisions of this. Ho"n"lc.qf'O.l'.blC\\ ant: fit .(ileum.B1Vttr1vmtb Ref .e'"

'e s4imsarVse. .{..- -* -. faMssnses4esaAeiiNf4idaebe subsection .c.'H ).,, waif U ... W dlo1\'tUllJ'1. Liaix! 1 .1'IJ.
{ -' .' <**r-B- 6--srt;:::;-: ; Lwtw.wt.v ,'" 1 f .2" pfd-fund i ''l .kldipll'(6lloto inn. ;
t Subject to the eejuiremente off the first paragraph of thla subsection counties under the tbrwJla'slaed.irf 'AiU I. XTI. slJt1one.a 9p( eBub..e q. ,

j..___seeb__............-,.... .R.f -..........-......-........-..-. .-.... f.llal. beginning July 1, 1.7J. and for fifty years thereafter, all of Id) of this constitution ss amended as the same ..listedimmediate
e -.,-. .. .s.T-s".,.-...-.....-. -........e.-..am4w.--She--.........*em the proceede of the ,vevenuea i derived from the gross receipts taxes before the effective dam of this amendment shall be- pledged as' ',.eecu .
.f----------.t.------.R.-h.".... Collected from every po._. including municipelitles. .. provided and for .ny obligations hereafter issued or entered into, except thstJeify'
.t. .,-..y..t..-..-fthi-t....-.....e.-..ee.4.nT-*...-....h-..lie--.......*y levied as of the time of adoption of this subsection (.Ial( in chapter outstanding obligations previously issued pledging such funds Msy'.bs'
-.....-{..-........,-.!-.xyr-.l-rr.v4.4se-.!-eh4seanet4eet4.naesypert.ts. 203 Florida ....ut... ( ... info, .. called "groes receipts tsxee" refunded .t 0 lower net average in target cost rate by the i..u.nc..f
shell ss Collected be placed trust fund to be known as the "public refunding bonds maturing not later than the obligetlone refunded, secured
education capital outlay and debt service trust fund" in the state by the same revenues and any other security. authorized In paragraph 111)
treasury thereinafter referred (to aa "capitel outlay fund") and used of this subsection fdl.)
only.. provided herein. 2'
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SICTiJM S. Amendment or revision election.held ." )I"

(., A proposed amendment to or revision of this constitution 0' any I (JI Subject to the requirement of paragraph 11)) of this .ub.ectCoW' ;' F
part of It' shall be submitted to the elector. at the next y.naralMetion The capital outlay lund shall be administered by the state board of Id) beginning July 1. 197J and for thirty-five years thereafter Ittor L
hold sore than ninety days after the joint ....elution.Inlttatlve education ... created end constituted by Section I of Article IX of the first proc.md. of the revenues derived from the licensing of moo '
petition o. report of ..... ...-.... .....--.. constitutional Constitution. of Florida ee revised in 1966 thereinafter referred to eastate vehicles to the it.at necessary to Comply with the provisions of tAi*> ,to
convention proposing It I. filed with the Secretary of .t.t.. unless& board") or by such other Instrumentality. of the state which shall amendment, shall me collected be placed monthly in the school districtand
pursuant to law .ct.d by the affleaative vote of three-fourths of the hereafter Succeed by law to the powsrs duties and functions of the state junior college district capital outlay and debt service fund in W\.
membership of each house of the legislature and limited to a single board, including the powers duties and functions of the state board state treasury and used only ee provided in this amendment* Such revenue .
Amendment lOr revision. It I. submitted an earlier .p.al.1 .1.atlon provided in this Subsection (e(2)) ( The stats board shall be body shall be distributed annually among the several school districts AA& t
more then ninety days after such filing corporate and shall have .11 the power provided herein in addition to Junior college districts in the ratio of the number of instruction unioal
all other constitutional and statutory powers related to the purposes of in each school district or Junior college district in each year compiled.
(b) Once In th. tenth week, and once In the sixth week immediately this subsection (.)(Ial heretofore or hereafter conferred by law upon th. as provided herein. The amount of the first revenue derived from the,
prscsdlng the week in which the election le held the proposed ....nd."tor state board, or ito predeceesor: crested by the Constitution of IMS. ae .t.t. motor vehicle lieene. taxes to be so set aside in each year and
revision fish notice of the date of election st which It will be Amended. distributed .. provided herein shall be an amount equal "in the eggregsts' '
submitted to the electors shall be published In one newspaper of genersl to the product of six hundred dollars (*600) multiplied by the tdtel '
circulation in each county In which s nswspspsr Is published. State bonds pledging the fell faith and credit of the state may be number of instruction unit in all the school districts of Florida f or-
ieauad without a vote of the eleotore, by the state board pursuant to the school fiscal year 1967-68. plus an amount equal in the eggregete **o !
(lei If the proposed asendasnt or revieion is approved by vets of the law to finance or refinance capital projects theretofore authorised by the product of eight hundred dollars (fBOO) multiplied by the total
electors. It Shall be effective ee an amendment to or revision of the the legislature, and any purpose appurtenant or incidental thereto for number of instruction unite in all the school districts ef Florid. "for' .
constitution of the state on the first Tuesday after the first Hondsy InJanuary the state system) of public education provided for in Lotion 1 ef ArticleIX the school fiscal year 172-73 and for each school fiscal year thereafter"
following the election, or on such ether date SB way b. speclfisd of this Constitution hereinafter: referred te me "state ayatem") which ia in excess of the total number of such Instruction units in till'
in the amendment or rsvlslon.BE including but not limited to'i institutions of higher learning junior the school districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1967-..,..eueV I
coU..... vocational technical Schools or public echoole. ae now defined exceee units being designated--growth unit.- Th. amount of the I fMf
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that In accordance with the requirement of or aa may hereafter be defined by law. All such bonds shall suture not revenues derived from the state motor vehicle licence tax., ,to be eo sAt
eeetlen 101.161 Florida Ststutes, the substsnc. of the amendments later than July 1. 2025. All other details of such bonds shall be .as aside in cash year .nd distributed mm provided herein shall additionally I
proposed herein shall appear on the ballot ss follows :provided by law or by the proceedings authorising such bonder provided J"i"* amount equal in the aggregate to the product of four hundred
however' that no bonds except refunding bond.. ....U be Issued end no ... ,WOO multiplied by the total number of instruction unit in .It-
Proposing amendments to action S of Article II and Sections t and 5 proceeds shall be expended for the cost of any capital project, unless junior college districts of riorlds. The number of instruction unit, .in
of Article XI ef the State Constitution te abolish the Constitution such project has been authorised by the legislature.Bonds each mdhooi district or junior college district in each yw for "'the

Revision Co"'oolon. --.. of this amendment shall be the greater of ((1) the ....be...".f
issued pursuant to this subsection (laa) shall be primarily instruction unit in each school district for the school' weal year
NO. 2CONSTITUTIONAL payable from such revenues derived from) gross receipts tames, and shell 191'7-'. or junior voltage district for the School Uoc.l"y... 196Sr49
be additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the etate. Bo ceisprted In the manner beretofose provided by general h.. o. (2) .....
h'h ever h- issued in an amount exceeding ninety percent ofthe number of instruction units 1.. such school including growth
amount which state board determines can be serviced by the Unit.. or junior College district for the School fiscal year Computed In .
revenues derived from the tsxss accruing thereafter ands the heretofore
gross rsoeipts saner or hereafter provided by general low end j
AMENDMENT) the provision of this subsection |s(2) and such determination .hall be bF the sate board of education I hereinafter called t". ...t. _appraved rdl. .."'..
ARTICLE SECTION 23 conolu.lv. .1 1/ (J) the number of instruction unit la each School district including}
If unite
: "1 growth or Junior college district on behalf of which the .seats,
Th. in the fund in each fiscal be bald bas I."ad
Slays capital outlay year .h.ll bonds or motor vehicle tax 1P ,
used only. for the following purposes and in the following order of under this amendment which will produce'aufflclent* revenues 'c..Uflc"'r",

Demon 33. of priority! *r,! amendment to equal one and twelve-hundredtha ((1.12)1 time. the alte'
Kiftht privacy.--Every natural p r on ha.*-the right to amou t.of principal of and interest eggs 1
M lot *.1 one .n3l roe fro** ov.rnm.atintrusion Into_h Lm pr t vat.. ** on all bonds or motor vehicle a.
...... a. For the payment of th. principal of and interest on any bondsmaturing anticipation o.rtlllo.t. leaned under this amendment which .
se.Ft e oth. rovid h..in. Thi. .action shall not b. construe and will ma"LP
in such fiscal f- bananas duo in such
to limit t. ubI c.' right 0 sec..s to Public r.cor .n ...t.n. as y..rt .h..ft.r year. computed la the manner heretofore vr' "
f* provided by law
row by lav. general and approved by the state boa.... Ib.f.
_. For the deposit into any. reserve funds provided for In the

SS IT ruRTHSI' RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirements of proceedings authorising the issuance of bond. of .ny Amounts required toM (4) Such, funds so distributed shall be administered by.' the otRFboard ; r
..at,. 101.161 Florida ....u.... the substance of the. amendment ) deposited in such reserve fund, ia ouch fiscal year State am Con.tltutioa now created and constituted by Section a 01 Ar.hl. IX 01 '2M .
proposed herein thai appear on the ballot as follows ao revised In 1966. 0. by such other In.tr.ntolit.r
e. For direct payment of the coat or any part of the coat of any of tbs State which shall hereafter succeed by law to the duties
,. project for the theretofore suthorlsed the and functions 01 the state powo.
State
system by boo.d.
Proposing the creation of Section 23 of Article I of the ..t.t.C including the powers, duties .sd
Constitution legislature' or for the purchase er redemption of Outstanding bonds in factions of the state board provided 'a tale -
establishing a constitutional of Amendment. PorI..
right privacy.NO. accordance with the provisions of the proceedings which euthorised ''the, purpoeee of this .amendment said state board shall
be .
issuance of such bonds. and shall have all th. power provided in this -y .
all other Constitutional .nd amendment In addition '1j1

thin amendment .... .for. or hereafter statutory powers 'ipo to the purposes .
conferred said state board.bo-
3 till ...
(b) REFUNDING SCUDS. Revenue bonds to finance the coat of state "I .
IV
COWST1TUTIOHALAKT1CLX "ZHDMDn' capital projects issued prior to the dote this .._1.1_ becomes .
III SECTION 7 effective, including projects of the Florid state turnpike authority or ((51 The state board .h.ll. I. addition;; to "q ..
its sucoeeeor but excluding ell of the state highway sad Statutory its other constitutional
portions system may powers have the ......'_.nt.
fee refunded as provided by law without vote of the electors at B lower proceeds of the first pact of the control and supervision 01 Stet,
net everege interest cost rate by the Issuance of bond. maturing not motor vehicles provided for is this revenues derived" !rots the Uo........ ''
J lets then the obligation refunded' secured by the same revenues only. Shalt alas have power' for the subsection (d) The star boa 9141 .
ICTIOsfl 7. Passage of bill*.--Any bill may originate in either house a0Y school board of any school district purpose : obtaining funds for the u.. ; .f'
end after passage In ono My be j.fr.dt.H ia the 001,*.. It shall be reed (a) MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXES.. '' junior 001109' ... ... I. beard of trust., of! ,
In .act house on the" separate days unless this rule i. waived by t_ remodeling. Improving .cqul.Ift9.Ulldlft9, constructing siterlA$ '
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thirds vote i provide the publication of Its title in the journal of a 111 A state tax, designated "eecond gee tax." of two cent per gallon renovating. Be repairing of' .furnishing.equipping.. ..lat.lnlflgI '
houee .halt'tiatiify the rj ro..n' gor h e first reading I n that house. upon Somalia and other like products of petroleum and an equivalent tax issue bonds or motor vehicle tan outlay peejects for School purposes
On ..e... t. re. zit a. on un on.-t :: anticipation certificates ,
y y eu r 0 upon other eouroee of energy used to propel motor vehicles as levied by bonds or motor and sled
members present .o1.. it seed in full. On final p....... the vot. of Article IX,. Lotion J'. of the Constitution of 1.... ae amended ishereby Pays fund':: refund any bonds vehicle tax anticipation certificates gd are
each member voting shall be entered on the journal passage of a bill continued ...-.-......_-....,-_..... {..-,...... The proceeds certificates theretofore Issued or motor vehicle tax .ntl.lpottq. ,
.h.ll require majority. vote in each ...u... Bach bill end joint of said tex shall be placed monthly ia the state roads distribution. fund Stated .hl01. tan anticipation by said state board. All q4 br,4..
resolution passed In both ..ou... shall be signed by the presiding ia the state treasury. .; ..au-g else pee eanta certificates shall base .'UCbbond'.I{
officers of the reepeetive houses and by the secretory of the Senate .nd boo autaorised by etatutu heretofore per annum o. such higher interest rate se 1p 1Y
the clerk of the house of representatives during the session oree as soon 12) Article IX. section 16, o'f the Constitution of 1685.. .. amended, f 1/5 I .r eanh Douse of tbe ow hereafter posted by 0 three-fil 'Mwc
practicable after Its adjournment Bin. di.. I. adopted by this reference .. a part of thi. .revl.ien .. completely ... ..care socially 1. Annual Installment legislature. All such bonds ehaLLBDI
though, incorporated, herein verbatim for the purpose of providing that ,sera 'rem the date of ieeueno. thereof caamerwiag act tore then three ,-'!h.ti.a
SE IT FURTHER USOkVBD that the be ..10.beUot. end '
following statement placed on elO using not later
from the than thir
after the effective date of thla revieloa the proceeds ef the eeoood gas years date of l". .no., 0' July 1- 2007
...Ii... ..0. ...
All WhIC.
tax" aa referred te tkereia shall be allocated among the several eountieeia much motor vehicle tax anticipation shQtY"'bl 1
CCWSTITUTIOHAI. AMBNDHsVT accordance with the formula Seated therein to the extent necessary toDamply mature prior to July I. 2007.' A.D. The State board : certificates If'
ARTICLE III. SECTION with all obligation to er for the benefit of holder of bonda.revenue determine .U oth.. details 01 said bonds shall have power ,
certificates end tea anticipation certificates or.may refunding anticipation eurtiflsatsa and to .U .t or motor vehicle tax
....* advert ._ .e exchange said bonds public sale after ,publiWII;
thereof eecured of the "aeoond
Proposing an amendment to the Stats Constitution to provide that the by any portion gas or-motor. vehicle tax
publication of the title of a bill in the legislative journals shall ",' provide.cat.eo upon such terms 'and eonditiaau. ae. 'thestate .nUo1pat .ftJt
serve .. the first ef the three readings required by the State LrtiU) Bo 1_. anticipated to be allocated under the formula stated !. board .b\1'U
Constitution. ( ix. Section u. of th. Constitution of 188*.' es e-ended.. hall be .t* tot


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subsection (a) .. contained.. herein. S/Sgt. Betty J. Griffis

(6) The state board shall also have power to pledge for the payment (g) :If. at the general election at which this amendment !. adopted,' ',i'" CommendationStaff
o the principal .of ana *.*."* on .!"* bonds or motor vehicle tu there Is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the/-proposed-y'';; ':/
anticipation ".*Jtflc"*."? ,including refunding bond or refunding motor language' of subsection) differ. from that contained herein; then such '''v' 'j
vehicle tax "*lclp ttoo 'cect1ftc.t., all or any pert fro the other 'language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d/ a**', Sergeant Betty J. GrUfl,
anticipated r........ ** derived from the licensing of motor vehicles contained herein.h :laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W.
provided for la ,this amendment,and to enter into any _.n.nt..n4 other SruFi is of Rout 1, Starke has been
witn ( ) If. at the general election at which this amendment is adopted,. decorated with tin second award of
agreements the holders of such bond or motor vehicle tai: there is also .adopted an amendment. to this section wherein- the proposed the Air Fore Commendation Medalat
anticipation! certificates '. the time of the Issuance thereof concerning language of subsection (e) differs, from- that contained herein then such Air Force Base
tIIIIlourl.t.y thereof Randolph Texas.
and the ,
rle.nta of the holders thereof. all of Which other subjection the of
covenant. cad Isnguegs ee to (e) shall prevail over language
agreements shell constitute legally binding and irrevocable aubeeetion ((0) as contained herein. This amendment shall take effect a. *
contracts with neb The Air Force CommendationMedal
holders and shall be enforceable
fully
such
by '
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of .
7S.BE
bolder in any court of _..t..t. :Jurisdiction. July 1. 1 Is awarded to those Individuals!
who demonstrate
:IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirements of outstanding
(7) such
bonds
or motor vehicle tax 'achievement or meritorious serviceIn
anticipation certificate section 101.161. Florida Statutes, the substance of the ......ndm.nt'propo..4
hall be issued
mar
by the state board until after the adoption of areolutlon the performance of their duties on
herein shell tb..bal10t. followsi
requesting. 'the Issuance thereof by the school board of the appear on as ,behalf of the Air Force.
school district. or board of trustee of the '
:Junior college district on Proposing 'an amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State
behalf of Which the obligation. are to be i........ The state board of .
Constitution the limitation of second
the the
replacing 40-year on use
anticipation education shall limit the amount of such bonds or Motor vehicle tar gas tax* to finance bonds for roads with. a 40-ysar limitation upon the, IIMT3 Gary L. Howe
certificates Which can toe issued on behalf of any school bonds soured and ." revenues from the tsx. Proposing to
district or :junior college district to ninety percent. C90' of the amount authorise counties to utilise such revenues for road maintenance as Returns Home'Navy
Which district It determine* can be serviced by the revenue accruing to the school authorised by law rather than jut. for- the acquisition or construction ofroe4. Hull Maintenance Technician:
or Junior
amendment, and: such determination college district shall be under the provisions of this .. Proposing to allow the use of revenues other than those from the Jrd Class. Gary L. Howe, son of Olan
motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates conclusive.shall be issued All in such the bond.name or' tax and pledged tolls to pay bonds secured by the tax. Proposing to Rowe and Doris Summerlin both ofStart.

of ,the state board of education but; shall be issued for and on behalf of ., recently returned from a
the school board of the school district or board of trustees of- the include within the formula used to determine the debt .service t deployment. the MediterraneanSea.
Junior college district requesting issuance thereof and no election ''requirements on such bonds legally available pledged revenues other then .
or approval of qualified elector shall be required for the issuancethereof. those from the tax'and from tolls. ; He Is a crewmember aboard the
aIN destroyer tender USS Yosemite
TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I hove hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal '. homeportad in Mayport Fla. ,

(s) The state board shall in each year use the funds distributable >f the State)of Florida at Tallahassee, the Capital thin the 12th day ol August, A.D., During the five-month cruise, the
pursuant to this amendment to the credit of each school district or 1980. ship provided valuable repair services
1 :junior college district only in the following manner and in order of GEORGE FIRESTONE to other (th Fleet ships and
priority helped maintain the high caliber of
SECRETARY OF:STATE operational readiness required of
a.. To comply with the requirement of paragraph (1)) of this deployed U.S. Naval forces. Port
subsection (d) CODING: Words In slfwsli hp.ws> tysj* are deletion from existing law; words In < visits were made in Malaga and

b.' To pay all amount of principal and interest maturing in such year ''underscored type) are addition Barcelona, Spain, the Spanish Islandof
on any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued under Palma De Manorea,and the Italian
, the authority hereof including refunding bond or- motor vehicle tax cities of Tsranto, Civitavecchia: and
anticipation certificate. issued on behalf of the school board- of such Naples.A .-,
school district or board of trusteea- of such Junior college district. 1979 graduate of Bradford High
subject: however, to any covenants agreements- mad by the state board- School Rowe Joined the Navy In
concerning the right between holders of different- issues of such bonds August 1978.f .
or_ motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, as herein authorised.

o. To establish and maintain a sinking fund or fund. to meet future IIIt
requirement- for debt service or reserves therefor- on bonds or motor- L'.: '
vehicletax anticipation'certificates issusd on behalf of the school Elect
board of such school district or board of trustees of such :junior college
district under the authority hereof Wh.n.v.rtII.- state board shall deem .,
it'neceeaary- advisable, and in such amount and under such terms and

conditions as .the state board shall in its discretion determine.d. \1 .... Homer F. .

.' To distribute annually to the several- school boards of the school ...r .:... ,. ;
district or the boarda of trustees of the junior college districts for HART I
use ,in payment of debt service on bond heretofore- or hereafter. issued by ,. .
H
.
any,such school boards- of the school districts or boards- of trustees of County Commissioner
the >:junior college districts Where the proeeede of the bonds were used, ; r.I',
o>: are to be used in the acquiring building. constructing. altering ; : 1 District 5 WIF/
remodeling, improving, enlarging furnishing equipping maintaining rBusinessman21
renovating repairing- of capita} outlay projects in such school I
districts or junior college district and wh .cn capital outlay projects
have been approved by th* school board of the school district or board of years'I I have) worked as I a caleisman' and service station

trustees of the junior college districtpursuant- to the most recent for 6 The 21 I have worked In the field of
survey or surveys' conducted under regulations prescribed by the state owner years. past years agricultural
board to determine the capital outlay. needs of the school district- or .. .. custom farm service. In 1975 I opened the retail store. Moonlight Enterprises, ate'
:junior college district. The state. board shall have power at. the time. of ,
issuance' of. any bonds .by.any school board of any school district or board- the Bradford & Union County line on Hwy 100 West. .

of trustee of any :junior college district to covenant and agree with : I am a high school graduate. I served In the US Army-Korean Conflict. I am mars

such school board or board of trueteee as to the under rank this and priority- of I :" : ried to Loretta J. Merrltf. I have daughter and 2 sons. I am a Christian serving at
of bonds
payments to ... made for different issues subparagraph .
_.. .... may furtb.r.agr.e. that any amount to b* eli.t.ribut..4IOd.1' this the First Christian Church of Stark. I have served on the Board of Trustee, Board

any subparagraph school board d. may- be of'pledged any school for the district debt service or board on of bonds trustsss Issued of any by 'r of Deacons and as Sunday School Superintendent for 6 years. Prior to this was a

:Junior college district and for the rank and priority- of such pledge. member of Johnstown Baptist Church and served equally there,before making
Any'' such covenants or agreements of the state board may be enforced by Bradford home.
any! bolder of such bonds in any court of competent. :jurisdiction. .,' 1 County.my

._..r.l'ocbool'bo.r-- the-sehoOC ...... .: '.'.. ,"" .:.: ......". ," .. ;... ., I am president of the Bradford High School All Sports Club. I have been an ace
:e. To distribute annually to the
live supporter the livestock'sal.s'at the:,County ,'alr.Ihav''ownecl..ai: ,..:.;
districts or boards p'f.trustees. ofthe Juniqr. eoJ 9x .SisaLriAOa< for the, :
f.imtiMCmd.-"'te't'. uo St' "*< ecquirlaq.. .Iou 1 Ong. constructing. altering- ., '", \1(, *(1'too' !' ...r. I 'operated large equipment, giving m. the knowledge) of their financial upkeep. I
remodeling- improving 'enlarging furnishing- equipping Maintaining .V'. i" ,.,, rworked with the road of
renovating. or repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes : ; two years department Union County 'giving me

In.such school district or Junior college district es shall be requested ,: I knowledge of building roads; bridges and drainage ditches.I ..
by. resolution of- the school board of the school district or board oitrustsss .> .,' .

eC the :junior college district. ." t ,/ I ask' for each voter's support in Besting me as your

'*; When all major'capital outlay. needs of a school district or junior .
college district have been Not as determined by the state board- on th County;>> Commissioner, District 5.
basis of a survey 'swde pursuant to regulations of the stats board ant ,
approved- by the state board all such funds remaining shall be I promise to watch all transactions' and keep YOUR
distributed annually and used for such school purposss- In such school
district or :junior college district .. the school board of the schooldistrict : TAXES and MINE to a MINIMUM.
or board of trustsss of the :junior college district shall .. ; .. Pd.PoI.AdY.Pd.lorbvHom.H.rl
': or- as stay be provided by general law. \ ', !

"(t) Capital outlay projects of a school district or :junior collage : ;;,..
district shall be eligible to participate- In the funds accruing- under "', '
this amendment and derived from the proceeds of bonds and motor vehicle Vote
anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license tares ELECT
only In the order of priority of needs, as shown by a survey or surveys err: I i+ .
conducted in the school district or junior collage district under-
regulations prescribed by the state. board to determine the capital ''
outlay. needs of the school district. or :junior college district and .,
approved by the state board provided- that the priority of such projects- r "
'
nay be changed frost time to tine upon the request of the school board- of : : CARLHURST .r .
th. school district or board of trustssa of the :junior college districtand ::i v '.
with the approval- of the state boards and provided further- that this ... ., .: !ijj ,..or,
paragraph (e) shall not in any manner affect any covenant, agreement or '.J, .'. Tr
pledge made by the state board in the Issuance by said state board of any 11.
bonds or Motor vehicle anticipation. esrtifleatss or in connectionwith '' "
the Issuance of any bonds of any school board- of any. school, r I: :..r'. Tax CollectorC'.S" '.' [It' .
district, or board of.trustees of any junior college district," .,; ... ," j \ .,

(10) Th. state board '_y invest any sinking fund or1' funds created .... ... .I'.J.I. ,. i"! \ It'.: /
pursuantto this amendment in direct obligations of the United States of ," 'i America or In the bonds or motor vehicle tern anticipation certificates ) ; Carl Hirst
Issued by the state board on behalf of tb. ,.ohool board of any school .; : : ,,'J.\. "
district or board of trustees. of any junior college district.- '
: '_: e
(11) The state board shall have power, to. make and enforce all rules .' .: .:;; ; A': be spent in the Tax Collectors office.R'1' .
and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the powers herein .
granted end no legislation. Shell be required to render this amendment of .. v"y
full"force, and operating. effect. The legislature shall not reduce the 1.: rrt: ;.;. { economicalIves '
levies of sold motor vehicle license teas during the life of thisamendment nd .
to any degree which will fell to provide- the full amount --r "
to comply with the provisions of this amendment and pay the : 11 :' '* \ :
necessary ,
.: .,. j *$ .
'
tt :
.
of administering the laws relating to the licensing of *
neeeesary expenses L BradfordCCount :#:
full time in *:
motor vehicles, and shsll not. enact any law having the effect of .
withdrawing the proceeds of such motor vehicle license taxes from theoperation ,. ."tI l'" / ...."i"" I' ,
amendment and shall not onset any-law impairing or- ; .' .. .1,,) ,to.
of this ,,"I, ,. I ... '. t.. ", ._ .- .'I':' > '." "
-
of the hold.rof bonds or motor f ; II.
materially altering the right. any '
,, ', ', ," ,r; .. !\o l.t.
'\r.f : ,
to this amendment : .
Issued pursuant .
certificates .
vehicle tax anticipation '
!' "):"
... ( ''b" '
,
proved: ffaSh altering bonds or any motor covenant vehicle or tai agreement anticipation of the.certificates.fiil State- board. aa .; ;II W.: H ome. in Bradford County' I., ..... .' .' "; '\"'(,.I.Ji. ;\'\h, ." .

w. .\ ,; .'.', \ ,!
.tat. board .ball have power to appoint such persons snd fix -v -
K
I ) The .. ,
11\\ \ ;
their compensation for.the sd.lnistrstioo of the provisions of this >\ U. 4'A
amendment as It shall deem necss.ary.'and the expanses of the state. board t : 03' I: :... .1 ,.
of this amendment .shall be prorated among t* '
I la administering provisions "
the various school districts and :Junior college districts- and paid out of : \ -v
the proceeds of the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation. certificates : '. Residesf.ulltlmei in BradfordCounty'i ;W\:: ..
district
or from the fund distributable to each school or junior college as
basis .. such motor vehicle licence taxes or. +" "
district on the same '
distributable to the various school district. or junior college districtsuadk :' Save /
of this amendment. Interest or profit on sinking dollars and reduce t
fun- KJestisente accrue to the school districts or :Junior college your tax operating costs in

districts funde.til In 'opBrlioo to their respective equities in the sinking fundor the Tax Collectors office : \ .
"
<

shall be) payable Bond issued primarily by the free state said board motor pursuant vehicle to this license subsection taxes (seprovided d) ::: ,::.: The office! is yours,- ELECT a man who? will perate'lt as

.
such. '
bar.i" and if heretofore or hereafter authorised. by law .ay be ? .
the fall faith and credit of the state' .. ,1 ;' '
additionally secured by pledging : : THE CHOICE IS YOURS-CHOOSE WISELY
heretofore 'or hereafter euthorlxed by law ; .. .
election. when '.1 ..... "'..
bonoaTleeued Article XII Section IS of the Constitution of .. ... ,
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? a. amended putsueat. prior to IMS. and bond. Issued pursuant to Article XII.ectio ''' ''' : firmly believe r can love yo II,'the foxpoyers;money in the tax collector's effl<<:. In providing. you '

e. d) of the Constitution. as revised la 196$.. and It 'I r with good competent service. but reducing expenses therein. '/ '.V;,:. !' ;k *., 4'* .
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pursuant to this subsection Co) be refunded by the I f. e''' \ "'" "taK
bonds' issued of bonds additionally ..cured by the full faith and_ credit ofMutate t. ( ... IV I'I will devote full time. to my 100| a.'your ton collector; J ; f .' 4 '

( only at a lower mat average Interest cost rate. :.1 will not use this office for personal business and personal' gain. -.,j., ..,., ,.

lsj DIST 'liMITATIOSI.' ''Bonds'. issued' 'pursuant to 'thia .Section t of I earnestlysolicit your, vote and support for m<|'os 'your tax collector; ; .K;';'.. ',, .

&ttic2.'Xll which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pursuant to I "t'" -
b'Uoa shall sot be included in applying the limit, upon the amount ... Ten ,-our neighbors tell your rinds; let's help cart Hurst win.. ,% .
of. State bonds>oet..I.. .... ..- Section |;1.I Article VU, ,of this revision.-
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there ie also edopted .TaisendsMM* to this section wherein the proposed Pd. Pot. Adv. 'Pd. fat By Coot burst 'l''
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(c) ANY COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY MAY FOR THE PURPOSE OF Section .....'Taxation; assessments.By general law regulaft--
WHEREAS. The Legislature under the Constitution of ITS RESPECTIVE TAX LEVY AND SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THIS shall be prescribed which shall secure a just valuation of all.property

the State of Florida passed Joint Resolutions proposing SUBSECTION AND GENERAL LAV/. GRANT COMMUNITY AND for ad valorem taxation,'provided:. '
amendments to the Constitution of the State of Florida, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTIONS TO NEW (q') Agricultural land or land used exclusively for non-commeA1 1

and they did determine and direct that the said Joint BUSINESSES AND EXPANSIONS OF EXISTING BUSINESSES. AS DEFINEDBY recreational purposes may be classified by general law and asseniHjsolely .

Resolutions be submitted to the electors of the State of GENERAL LAW. SUCH AN EXEMPTION MAY BE GRANTED ONLY BY on the basis of character or use. *
ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY, AND ONLY AFTER (b) Pursuant to general law tangible personal property held for
Florida at the Special Election to be held on October 7, THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY VOTING ON SUCH sale/ as stock In trade and livestock may be valued for taxation at a I

1980. QUESTION IN A REFERENDUM AUTHORIZE THE COUNTY' OR specified percentage of its value MAY BE CLASSIFIED FOR TAX PIM-C*

MUNICIPALITY TO ADOPT SUCH ORDINANCES. AN EXEMPTION SO POSES, OR MAY BE EXEMPTED FROM TAXATION.

Now Therefore. I George Firestone, Secretary of GRANTED SHALL APPLY TO IMPROVEMENTS TO REAL' PROPERTY Be It Further Resolved that the following statement. be placed 1",'on" *"

\ State of the State of Florida, do hereby give notice that a MADE BY OR FOR THE USE OF A NEW BUSINESS AND IMPROVEMENTSTO the ballot: AMENDMENT ': -
CONSTITUTIONAL
Special Election will be held in each County in Florida on REAL PROPERTY RELATED TO THE EXPANSION OF AN EXISTING t...,.. ,
BUSINESS AND SHALL ALSO APPLY TO TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY ''I'Propo.lrig **
for the ratification or rejection of the Joint VII SECTION
October 7, 1980 OF SUCH NEW BUSINESS AND TANGIBLE PERSONAL'' PROPERTY ARTICLE ,
Resolutions proposing amendments to the Constitution of RELATED TO THE EXPANSION OF AN EXISTING BUSINESS. THE
the State of Florida; viz: AMOUNT OF LIMITS OF THE AMOUNT OF SUCH EXEMPTION SHALL BE an amendment to Section 4 of Article VII of the State
Constitution, effective January 1. 1981, ,to allow business Inventories-! '
SPECIFIED BY GENERAL LAW. THE PERIOD OF TIME FOR WHICH SUCH
and livestock to be classified for tax purposes or exempted from taxa-m*
1ARTICLE EXEMPTION MAY BE GRANTED TO A NEW BUSINESS OR EXPANSIONOF ;hrr.tIN -
AN EXISTING BUSINESS SHALL BE DETERMINED BY GENERAL LAW. .tlon
TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed )*
VII THE AUTHORITY TO GRANT SUCH EXEMPTION SHALL EXPIRE TEN
TAXATION YEARS FROM THE DATE OF APPROVAL' BY THE ELECTORS OF THE the Great Seal of the State of Florida Tallahassee. the Capitadnq,
FINANCE AND this the 24th day of July. A.D.. 1980. > .trac'l
COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY. AND MAY BE RENEWABLE BY REFERENDUM ,
SECTION 3. Taxes; exemptions.-
(a) All property owned by a municipality and used exclusively by AS PROVIDED BY GENERAL LAW. SeAL GEORGE FIRESTONE
( )
I' it for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation. A Be It Further Resolved that the following statement be placed on \ SECRETARY OF STATE ", -

5', municipality, owning property outside the. municipality may be required the ballot: ,Lt C.
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by g.n.rallaw to make payment to the taxing unit In which the CODING:Words/ parentheses are d.l.tlonslrom .",.tlng'o"' '; Words In All CAPITA.nr.- !<\
I properly Is located. Such portions of property as are used CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT UTTERS are additions. .

predominantly for educational, literary scientific, religious or ..... '
charitable purposes may be exempted by gen.rallaw from taxation.b ARTICLE VII. SECTION 3 ",.::;u..I\\

( ) There shall be exempt from taxation cumulatively, to every FHP Predicts 23 Deaths Over Labor Day: !o 'f|
head of a family residing in this state, household goods and personal Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution, effective upon .:I .,fao'" '..,
effects to the value fixed by gen.rallaw, not less than one thousand approval, to allow counties and municipalities. after a referendum The Florida Highway Patrol today The official period begins at a pad
dollars, and to every widow or person who Is blind or totally and per providing therefor, to grant ad valorem tax exemptions to new predicted that 23 persons could die in Friday;Aug.29, and ends at midnight
manently disabled property to the value fixed by gen.rallaw not less businesses and expansions of existing businesses, for certain Improvements traffic accidents In the state during Monday, Sept. 1.'
than five hundred dollars. to real property and for certain tangible personal proper. the 78-hour Labor Day holiday Colonel Eldrige Beach, director of *I
GENERAL LAW AND SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS SPECIFIED ty, subject to definitions and limitations a weekend. the Patrol, said, "The last reallJolt.-
(c) BY provided by g.n.rallaw. day of the summer will find a tremens THEREIN. THERE MAY BE GRANTED AN AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTIONTO Lunch MenusLunch dous number of families on streets '*
A RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE DEVICE AND TO REAL PROPERTYON NO. 4 and highways traveling to weekend .,
WHICH SUCH DEVICE IS INSTALLED AND OPERATED. TO THE Menus for Southside, vacation spots, beaches and parks,3Past a1
VALUE FIXED BY GENERAL LAW NOT TO EXCEED THE ORIGINAL COST ARTICLE VII Starke, Lawtey Hampton experience indicates) that some- Iof ,
these will not return from'
OF THE DEVICE AND FOR THE PERIOD OF TIME FIXED BY GENERAL Brooker Elementary Schools people *.
will die in
their outing of fun. They. w"
and Bradford Middle School.
LAW NOT TO EXCEED TEN YEARS. FINANCE AND TAXATION traffic accident.".
A study of fatal accidents occurring .1'
ARTICLE XII SECTION 6. Homestead exemptlons.- Monday. Sept. 1. Labor Day-School during the holiday period last year

SCHEDULESECTION (a) Every person who has the legal or equitable title to real estate Tuesday.Holiday.Sept. X: Pork and ripe, the revealed greatest that single careless cause driving of UMo.was 18)+' 'I!
18. RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE' PROPERTY.-THE and maintains thereon the permanent residence of the owner, or mustard greens, peaches, cheese fatal accidents Investigated In which
r AMENDMENT TO SECTION 3 OF ARTICLE VII. RELATING TO AN EXEMP. another legally or naturally dependent upon the owner, shall be exempt roll and milk.Wednesday. 20 people were killed.
TION FOR A RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE DEVICE AND REAL PROPER. from taxation thereon, except assessment for special benefits, Sept. 3t Spaghetti The records also show that 78 '

TY ON WHICH SUCH DEVICE IS INSTALLED. IF ADOPTED AT THE up to the assessed valuation of five thousand dollar, upon establishment salad w/meat, apple.sauce crisp, cheese, hot Mix roils tossed, and cent dark of and the nine crashes occurred occurred on two lane I

SPECIAL ELECTION IN OCTOBER 1980. SHALL TAKE EFFECT JANUARY 1, of right thereto In Jhe manner prescribed by 'law. The real estate milk. roads. Seventy-two percent happens fIn i

1981. may be h.ld.by legal or equl (.,tltl."by.the entireties;' |jointly, lnLllcommorvnp Thursday, Sept.4: Bar-B-Cueon, bunr clear-weather. ,None of the people.. >}
half carrot stir and
.. ,fK. I",. I* .>',. ,!I' 'r' *, a,.condominiumstetJodibeady.tbyestock'ownershipos.membership ) .,,foe corn riVfflt:1IMMOtfWMW pear ) I killed had aealJ the'vehicle.eHa)and JoMTLwinf' j I|
Be It Further Resolved that In accordance with the requirements of' representing "owner's'or member' proprl.tary'' Friday ept. 'Sf Cuban sandwich, ejected"Enjoy from the last holiday weekend] I

section 101.161, Florida Statutes the substance of the amendments forest in a corporation owning'O' fee .61 a leasehold. Initially In excessof green beans, mixed vegetables, the summer but don't let your guard i
proposed herein shall appear on the. ballot as follows: ninety-eight years.b : Banana cake and milk.Bradford down. If you plan to drive, do so WIth'- f

Proposing an amendment to Section 3 of Article VII and the crea- ( ) Not more than one exemption shall be allowed any Individualor High caution and courtesy',"concluded Colonel j

tion of Section 18 of Article XII of the State Constitution to authorize, family unit or with respect to'any residential unit. No exemptionshall School Lunch Menu Beach. -1

for purposes of ad valorem taxation, an exemption for a renewable exceed the value of the real estate assessable to the owner or. Incase REGULAR 4 b"'oebIII'

energy source device and real property on which a renewable energy of ownership through stock or membership In a corporation the Monday. Sept. 1, Labor Day-School Servicemen r::=
source device Is Installed. value of the proportion which his Interest In the corporation bears to Holiday. .
the assessed value of the property. Tuesday.Sept.I: Hamburger Gravy, tawW_

NO. 2 (c) By SI.n.rallaw and subject to condition specified therein, the rice pear half turnip,peanut greens butter, cornbread Pvt. Brett C,PrentonPvt
exemption shall be Increased to a total of twenty-five thousand dollarsof milk. Brett C. Prenton son of Mr i..a.:
ARTICLE VII the assessed value of the real estate for each school district levy. Bygeneral Wednesday. Sept. J: Chicken & Nancy L. Mitchell,Starke,Fla., is at-;""*'

law and subject to conditions specified therein the exemptionfor noodles, green beans, hot rolls Leona basic training at ".r 01'-.. *
and Wood Mo. i
FINANCE AND TAXATION all other levies may be Increased up to on amount not exceedingten milk.chocolate cake, applesauce During the training, studentC"1! *
thousand dollars of the assessed value of the real l if the *"'
estate Thursday Sept. ts Sausage, rice It receive instruction In drill and1
i SECTION 16. Bonds for housing and related facilities.a .-. owner has attained age sixty-five or I I. totally and permanently disabled tomato gravy,biscuits,peach half, ceremonies, weapons,' map reading,
1 ( ) When authorized by law, revenue bonds may be Issued AND IF THE OWNER IS NOT ENTITLED TO THE EXEMPTION PROVIDED cookie and milk. tactics, military courtesy, military....
without an election to finance or refinance housing and related IN SUBSECTION (d). Friday Sept. S: Speghettl w/meat Justice, first aid, and Army history...*.
I facilities In Florida herein referred to as "facilities." (d) BY GENERAL LAW AND SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS SPECIFIED sauce, cheese stlx, garden salad, and traditions. JM.raeaetd.eG'. *

(b) The bonds shall be secured by a pledge of and shall be payable THEREIN. THE EXEMPTION SHALL BE INCREASED TO A TOTAL OF THE pear half squares, garlic and bread milk., butterscotch C ;**** .

I primarily from all or any part of revenues to be derived from the financing FOLLOWING AMOUNTS OF ASSESSED VALUE OF REAL ESTATE FOR Seaman Kim D. Shannon:: **t* .I

operation or sole of such facilities, mortgage or loan payments, EACH LEVY OTHER THAN THOSE OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS: FIFTEEN ALA-CARTE Navy Seaman Kim D. Shannon, sovn*'
and any other revenues or assets that may be legally available for THOUSAND DOLLARS WITH RESPECT TO 1980 ASSESSMENTS; TWENTY Tuesday.Sept.2: Pizza, hamburgers, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon, Jr.,-,'r"*
French fries and milkshakes. of Starke recently participated In ez- u"
THOUSAND DOLLARS WITH RESPECT TO 1981 ASSESSMENTS TWENTY- .
; 3 erctoe' "Sharem 38.r-- II >>*'*
Wednesday Sept. : Cheeseburgerscorndogs
other than ad valorem taxation .
derived from
such purposes sources thereof FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS WITH RESPECT TO ASSESSMENTS FOR 1982 French fries and Shannon .is a crewmember aboard'*'**
Including revenues from other facilities, or any combination" AND EACH YEAR THEREAFTER. HOWEVER. SUCH INCREASE SHALL NOT milkshakes. the destroyer USS Brine.
herein collectively referred to as "pledged revenues provided that In APPLY WITH RESPECT TO ANY ASSESSMENT ROLL UNTIL SUCH ROLL IS Thursday. Sept. 4: Cuban sandwich, homeported In Norfolk Va. : .
no event shall the full faith and credit of the state be pledged to secure FIRST DETERMINED TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF Pizza' French fries and ,A 1974 graduate' of Foneat High'-***
milkshake. School, Ocala. Shannon Joined the
such revenue bonds.c SECTION BY A STATE AGENCY DESIGNATED GENERAL LAW. THIS S Hamburgers- in .. .
unless fiscal createdby Friday. Sept. : pizza Navy August 1977. s.r0
No bonds shall be issued a state agency
( ) SUBSECTION SHALL STAND REPEALED ON THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF French fries and milkshakes.' .,.N
low has made a determination that In no state fiscal year will the ANY AMENDMENT OF SECTION 4 WHICH PROVIDES FOR THE ASSESSMENT ", .. .' .
debt service requirements of the bonds proposed to be issued and all
OF HOMESTEAD PROPERTY AT A SPECIFIED PERCENTAGE OF ITS -
other bonds secured by the same pledged revenues exceed the pledged JUST VALUE. tat r."
revenues available for payment of such debt service requirements, i law Elect i
(e) By general and subject to conditions specified therein theLegislature
as-- defined-- bv law. may provide r.nt.who are permanent resident, ad :
valorem tax relief on ALL AD VALOREM TAX SCHOOL-(school '
ARTICLE XII LAWRENCE
dl.trlct-I.vl.) Such ad valorem tax relief. shall be In the form and .

SCHEDULESECTION amount established by g.n.rallaw; I
SECTION 8. Aid to local governments.State funds may be ap- '

propriated to the several counties, school district, municipalities or
18. Bonds for housing and related faclll.I..... Section 16 f GR1FFIS ;
special districts upon such conditions as may be provided by generallaw. .
of Article VII. providing for bonds for housing and related facilities,
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THESE
CONDITIONS MAY INCLUDE THE USE OF RELATIVE AD -toT
shall take effect upon approval by the electors.Be VALOREM ASSESSMENT LEVELS DETERMINED BY A STATE AGENCY y/ GY:: County
H Further Resolved that In accordance with the of Commissionerw1
requirements DESIGNATED _..
BY GENERAL LAW. j '
Section 101.161. Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendment Be It Further Resolved be ;' 'District/ 3 .'
that the following statement placed on rlAitili. .. :;
proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows: the ballot: > : :
Proposing the creation of Section 16 of Article VII and Section 18

of Article XII of the State Constitution to authorize" the Issuance of 'Young Independent(Businessman'
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT at.: ]
revenue bonds to finance or refinance housing and related facilities In
Florida secured primarily by pledged revenues at least equal to the wt
annual bond payments. ARTICLE VII. SECTIONS 6 AND 8 ,if Bom And Raised In Bradford .3: .3.


NO.3 Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to provide County: :;
with respect to ad valorem taxes levied by cities, counties and special v .
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districts, a homestead exemption Increase to $15.000 In 1980 $20,000 '
ARTICLE VII 'As Commissioner I .;
will work
County
in 1981, and $25,000 In 1982 and thereafter. The Increase I contingent. your : Mt

FINANCE AND TAXATION merit upon assessment requirements rolls and being upon in the compliance continuation with of constitutional those requirements.' assess., .for YOU ", the .people of Bradford County.*,: twill

SECTION 3. Taxes; exemptions.- Authorizes the Legislature to provide ad valorem tax relief to renter I strive to close the "Communication ,** =
on all ad valorem tax levies. Allow relative od valorem assessment ,
((0)) All property owned by a municipality and used exclusively byIt .IIIi
for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation. A level to be used In the appropriation of stale fund to local government -, gap" that exists between_ you and your ::
*. The amendment take effect approval and applies to the ere
municipality, owning property outside the municipality may be required upon
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by grallow to make payment to the taxing unit In which the' assessment rolls and taxes levied thereon for the year 1980 and for commissioners. to tot
each tiI
property Is located. Such portions of property as are used year thereafter )1 -

predominately for educational literary, scientific, religious or ,NO. 5ARTICU ; Your ,MsIJ, For The. Job :- .-.
charitable purposes may be exempted by g.n.rallaw from taxation.b .i''

( ) There shall be exempt from taxation, cumulatively' to every :.VII. *' Vote ,Where It Counts On .J
head of a family residing In this state, household goods and personal I Sept. 9 v =

effects to the) value fixed by g.n.rallow. not less than one thousand FINANCE AND TAXATION Year Vats And Sipport Will B, Appreciate
dollar and to every widow or person who is blind or totally and permanently .
rue SHU Adv M. for by U_ .ammo
Onto
disabled property to the value fixed by g.n.ral/ow/ not less TTM

than five.hundred dollars. .
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Hiaa....___. MBJBJBJBBBIOEBtapShatter. .." i... .......... I
"LegalsHNX MD Dance Set' In Starke
NOTICE OFOwners.. doing business Barbara Volln. provisions. aforesaid. '
INTINTION o. COMMUNITY NOTICE OPINTENTIONS Vert. R. Best. tarute..
RECYCLING TO ski Keystone te Jayeess are Joining gifts to be auctioned off during the
Dated this 29m day ofAuOust.'A.D. : .
TO REGISTER CENTER. SI 1 |. An.
TAKE SUDS' THE CIRCUIT COURT in evening to raise funds for MDA.
FICTITIOUS drew SI.. Stark ALt m I98O HI the against musculardystrophy .
KIM
EIOHTH JUDICIAL' Cow
NAMII Florida 32091 Intend YOU ARE HERESY Bradford County. 8/28 '. nationwide torsponsoring go'-upI and snacks will bo
to CUrt OP FLORIDA IN
NOTIFIED that the City of Tlwlma .4tll'l9l11. distributed by Jayceettes at the
register told fictitious Mortis WhHtl, by a
AND FOR BRADFORD benefit dan
FIorIcIe. will B.Y.O.B. dance.
I Pursuant le Section .name under the provkIon Hampton ac- .hodan COUNTY.. Saturday. August 30. ,
109. Florida Statutes of o'o.old.totu" copt cooled' bid for the fol&faction : OPINTENTION' The dance will take place at the Tickets are available at Keystone

ice is hereby given of garbage andhash. In Testimony- whereof. Civil Action' CM No. NOTICE Keystone Heights Lions Club on that Auto Parts, Reeds Auto Parts from
The Contract awarded
at the underlgnd Dated this Ulh day of I hereunto subscribe, my "175. TO REGISTER date beginning at 9 p.m. any Jaycee or Jayceette, and may
DFORD iATTERIES August. A.D. 1980 In will b* for the tarn Oct. 1,k name and cause the Seal ''n rat The Marriage of FICTITIOUS entertainment will be provided also be purchased the door. Cost is
I 980 through September 3D, byLive
P.O. Box 177, Bradford County. '0/14 IWI al the tawn to b* JEFFERY EMANUEL LEE NAME : and roll band from Starke- $10 per couple.Dance .
4tpd 9/4. The contract will provide hereunto affixed this the "klckback." chairman Jeff Miller asks
rice, Florida 32091, the condl- Husband1 v* CATHERINE which will play contemporary ,
ter. fIonal following 7th day .*. August, I9EO OUION LEE ./k/.. Pursuant to Section rock music, as well .. rock that the community"make this danceas

1. Garbage must be picked A.D., KATHERINE GUION UI.' 864.09. Florida Statute, favorites from the pact much of a.UCte8IIa. the recent JC-

up once per week an the .WIf.. notice let hereby given Merchants of the area have donated sponsored Golf Tournament. Jerry
Vernon Sllcox Mayor-. and his kids will "
day lot by the ,Sanitation NOTICE the the undersigned, thank you for it.
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.'.John 11: glover I Committee and the suecssilul Cornml. .-OF' SUIT 'MARK i. COHEN. owner..
bidder. In case of Merrill Edward NO PROPERTY :Route 9. Box SSOA City Bicycle Rider Fatalities Increase I
YM Reg..Real Estate Brekei150W.C.IIst. rain the gorbag* will' ba ATTEST Clark.. : TOt JEFFERY EMANUEl of Mot...*. County of

picked upon the next working .. City .. 9/4. UI. i Bradford! State of children .
day. 8/14 !dig YOU ARE HERESY Florida. doing business TALLAHASSEE-Blcycle Some ..Involved in bicy-
+ Stark.a 2. Only aorboga In plastic\ NOTIFIED that an action a* SUNSHINE PLANT fatalities In 197 increased over the cle accidents because they are concentrating

964-5527 bags will be picked up. Alltontoln.n NOTICIo.INTtNTION. for Dissolution of man NURSERY Rout 2, Box previous year 18 percent' said the on the art of riding and
must be set In rloga ..... boon filed' SSOA. City of Metro, Florida Highway Patrol recently." forget that can and trucks are using
the driveway or some other 'TO REGISTER against' you JEFFERV.EMANUa County", of Bradford. "That made 1m an alMlme high the same roadway.

IO DUPLEX convenient' place. near the FICTITIOUS LEE and you I State of Florida. Intends year for tiling bicyclist," said Colonel "Proper training of new riders suchas

t'' W/N/S3t.OOO .roocIwoy. NAME .are required to serve a te register said fictitious Eldrlge Beach Patrol director. children ls a must" said Beach
3. Trash {IhnD*,old fires, copy of*' your written name under the provl .. RecordIIhow that previous years "and that responsibility lies with
|Bv1 M.LR KM..on each side, ,brick landscaped. yard, 1 leave*. etc) will be picked. Pursuant to Sectlor defense If any to It. on .Ion* af aforesaid with high totals were 1974 and 197S in their parents. Of course driven of

upon a week os arrangedby 86S.09. Florida Statute the plaintiff attorney tatuta.. which each had(2; M fewer than 1979 can and trucks must do their part
I r>c NEW LISTINGS the successful bidder and notice I I. hereby given whose name and address Dated this 19th day ofAugust. which had 96. and be extra careful when nearing

stew". downtown...*. r.r>..*..191.000. Jf% down the Sanitation Committee.All that the undersigned It DUDLEY '. HAE-- .. A.D. 19W In deaths usually occur under bicycle riders. Be extra alert upon
fill. I limb cut to o maximum 1 S.L. AND PAYS C. HOW 3ell. DY. Eq..PIERCf MAR- Bradford County. 8/38 similar circumstances ta pedMtriandeathe. seeing bicyclist in the road and

Hsfock building. e* 301 North. Greet business, .location.l of four foot In length, all SOY Waldo.S.R.Florida Box 92694 DY.Stork P.O., Florida Drawer 32091.1030.' 4tpd 9/1S. That is through improper action always be prepared to take evasiveConservation
trash must be placed the "
| BR. I Ba. Greenhouse. :Zoned Commercial. Ida of the ...... by. owner,' doing business and fit*the original with ',IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT' on the part of the rider walker. action U necessary.

4. H the |lob I I. not done" under" the firm name of ,the clerk. of the above OP' THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL

satisfactorily, the Sanitation VOGUE CUSTOMS styled court on or CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
.f Special Committee will warn she PLANS S INTERIORS, S.R. before' September S. BRADFORD COUNTY. Commentsby I

HBedtrtlful comer lot at Country Club. First time on successful bidder In writing. Box 388 Waldo Florida 1900 otherwise a,lodge FLORIDA.
ark" tf not.ctod promptly' '3294 Inland to ment may be unhand A... COPELAND

I Trailer Park the contract. will be considered register said fictitious against you for the relief Plaintiff v* NORMAN H. Beta Smith and DO one can predict how much fertilizer

II trailer park. II trail....Approx. 6 acres. Fenced.. breached and the name under af aforesaidDated the provision demanded In th*''.complaint CORLEW and JOYCE L; Soil Con* rv.UoUt a pond will need. You can test

II traitor, park II trailer. 2 BR frame house, barn opfrox.c92 next bidder In line will b* .-* WITNESS or petition hand and. CORLEW. Defendant the water yourself using a white disk
notified.. e my CASE NO. 80-202. Pond Mangemetit-PUb Food, The nailed the end of stick.
Submergethe
acre, fenced pasturaland. LARGE down pay. this 14m day of the seal, of this Court en on
fient. Owner will finance balance. 5. The City reserved the August A.D. 1900 In 1. 1980. NOTICE amount of fish your pond will yield disk In the pond. If It Is still visibleat
right to reject any and. all Bradford County. '/104 August Gilbert S. Brown A* SALE depends on how well they are fed. a depth of 18 inches you need to fer-
bid. .
We Handle, Rental' Bids most be turned Into 4tpd /4.. Clerk' of the Court By NOTK3 to I I. given final that Generally there are two methods of tilize. If it goes out of sight at about 12
pursuant a |judge feeding pond fish. You may feed them Inches' below the water surface the
I SR unfurn. haute, f 130: ., BR furn. apartment. $110; th* City Clerk, by 7:30: p.m. Sulah M.. Moody as meet dated August 29. directly with one of the commerciallyavailable ,
... is fertile
Hi BR unfum. opt.SI30: *2 BR unfurn. apt. S2SO: .!BR un- Sept. 10. 1geO. All bide mutt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Deputy CI. 1980 In Come No.80-209 fish foods or Indirectly by pond enough.
misread. house; e| unfurnished apartment.: .3 SR LAKE' be sealed and will b*opened EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 6/7 4tchg 8/28. of the Circuit Court of the applying a commercial fertilizer to

oust:Furnished' Feb.. May.COMMERCIAL at the regular City Coun- CUIT OP FLORIDA IN NOTiCIOFINTENTION Eighth Judicial: Circuit In the water. Both methods have If you do not use a commercial fish
PROPERTY cil Meeting, September. 10, AND FOR BRADFORD and for Bradford County. their pond advantages and food and the disk test Indicates a need
I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned office' Greatpcatlon. I960. COUNTY. TO REGISTER Florida In which A.E. disadvantages.By for fertilizer use a mineral fertilizer
Iris 1 It.... P.O. using a commercial fish food.
Virginia COPELAND I* the Plain.tiff such as S-M, 20-20-J or equivalent. In
Box 250. Fla. Civil COM No. FICTITIOUS and H. you may be able to maintain clearer
Hampton Action NORMAN
be fertilized
I Tackle and Ball business large Inventory. NAME this area, ponds may at
water and be able to sea fish.
3204. 31o. CORLEW and JOYCE L. your
> Atf\!' block In downtown Starke, |just waiting for theght any time of the year. However don'tfertilize
8/28. Marriage of Usually higher fish populations can
8/21 2tchg In rat The CORIEW ore the Defendants.
has
business. Great opportunity far downtown mall. Pursuant to Section but in summer If the pond
levels of
JAMES FRANKLIN DIX- I will toll to the higher
I .large/warehouse, opprox. 6,000 sq. ft. Need roof and ON Petitioner/Hut- S65.09. Florida Statutes. highest and best bidder management are also needed. Excessive growing beds of submersed
,,Hen floor and landing walls. nonce It hereby given waterweeds. Apply 100 Ibs.: per our..
NOTICE band. Plaintiff v* for cash at the East Doorof fertility may become: a problem
INVESTORS DREAM I, Vernon Slice, Mayor FRANCES BERNICE DIXON that the undersigned the Bradford County- when fish are fed. face acre of 8-8-2,40 Ibs. of 20-2O-5 or
1'1' ,Income Property Will Pay For Itself KATHLEEN L. FANELLI. their equivalent per treatment. Even
Commissioner, of the city Respondent/Wife. Courthouse In Bradford Maintaining' the pood'* fertility by
apartment complex. Handyman's special I 4 ranbl of ,fork.. Florida by virtue 320. N. Church St., County. Starke. Florida applying fertilizer: to the water may if you intend to feed your fish, you
Defendant.NOTICE Stark. FL sole'
I possibly S. of the Authority 32091 :00 should fertilize a new pond once
business. at 11 a.m. anSeptembar be 1 less expensive and take less time.
doing
i Iron houo. vested to m* by law do 'OPSUIT ai owner KITTY LA BRUSH SIGN 11. IWO. the The fish do not eat the fertilizer but before stocking.
( from house. Needs repair .<<..Idant..or 4 hereby call a Pint NO PROPERTYTO CO..WALDO. Ft. Intend following described teat the nutrients increase growth of
10 ((4 M. 4 BA). Primary Election' to be" : Franca Bernice. Dlx which the
first
to sold fictitious microscopic plants are
-9 IR frame house. Apartment on old.. Zoned com- held' at the City Nail. In on. Address Unknown. register under the lion of North link In the pond's food chain. Since' You can distribute the' fertilizer
name
l the foretold City by YOU All HEREBY provisions MS feet of the NW '/ of along the pond's shallow edge from
iercMicall us to list your pl'Of'Ol"r'JoM qualified voters on TonsSopt.rnbe NOTIFIED that an action' of oforsald. .the SE % that lies West these tiny plants color the pond water, the bank or from a boat. Ponds of I
day .. ,. 1980. for Dissolution of marriage statute. j. of Seaboard Airline high pond fertility has the advantageof acres or larger can best be fertilized

L Glover A.D.. for the purpose of has been filed' Augusta Dated this A.D,1900 28th day,of In Railway .right of way and reducing the growth of submersed by placing opened sacks of fertilizeron

Reg. Real Estate Brokery electing' following of- against you and you ore Bradford) County 8/28; that portion of the North waterweeds by preventing sunlight platform 12 to Inches under the
IE keen required to serve a copy 345 of the NE M of the from reaching the pond bottom. water or on the near the
4tpd 9/IB.
irGrew of your written defenses, :;, SWVi that lies East of However growth 'of emerging pond's edge. Member once
Sander Associatef you
y
COMMISSIONER GROUP H any, to It, on the plain State Rood No. 200 (also waterweeds may be encouraged. begin fertilizing or feeding
NOTICE OF
,...1 I ONE COMMISSIONER tiff' attorney whose. known as U.S. Road No." Ponds vary in their natural fertility should continue to do so; regularly.you

Par Two Year. name and address h. TO INTENnON"\f'REGISTER 301) In Section 3. For more Information on fish pondmanagement
GEORGE N. PIERCE, P.O. ,' 6 South.
Township Range
contact the Soil Conser.
COMMISSIONER FICTITIOUS BY Beuloh Moody DEPUTY -
GROUP Drawer 1090 Starka, 22 East except right ofwoya.
3 ONE COMMISSIONER : Florida :32091,. on' or ,,4NIiMEI .n' CLERK. volition Service through the Bradford

I Robertaneat -For.Twa.Year*, befora"oth$*lItI1lf'bH. ,f"-.,,'s' "' ''IIIM;.",11" sa!( .M{' a* I'oat forth' In thew.aideLaf publication Date of of the this Noticeof first Soil 9M-C280.and Water ext.Conservation 289. Districtat

f hi'iw| ; !r ,:< .COMMISSIONER GROUP1S t f .menFAnNfs'Bhr TOO. lbl=| -' I .., .tlmp..lstb.r.hymsly.n...,,,"."d.' ..teors.eNi tiAugust.23..1950.find (udgment.. Sale I* 8/38/80 In the .- *:-.,|.er't.wr.uP W so'r .

ONE COMMISSIONER against. you far the relief GILBERT S. BROWN Bradford CountyTelegraph. "
.986 N. Temple -For Two Yean ,demanded In the _. that the, undersigned,"* 'CLERK OF THE COURT. .
GUY MILLERf AND DOUG'MILLER.
;S)4-1828 plaint or petition.WITNESS 8/28 2tchg 9/4.' .
Rt. 2, lox 196.
INSPECTORS FOR SAID my hand and.
Weovervlll. N.C.2787, --- ---- -
:I jet GEORGE ROBERTS-Broker : ELECTION: the seal' of this' Court on' :
owner, doing business

ASSOCIATES! Annie F.. HoII n.Swink. povan July C4roert 2*. 1980.S. .. ..,..... A* as PACK SADDLE
Weekend. end Callchard APIARIES.' Rt. I, Bon III
Evenings
Marie Reddish, Clerk of the Court.IyI I rWiUfJarREATY
Robert......... Judith Ftynn .".1314 Ella Ma Chasfaln. Irma Beuloh M. Moody a* 366A. lawtey. Fl 32058. FLOallMDRWTI (
Intends to register sold !
Godwin '"-115' Potty Sllcox 944-4479 Bulord. Clara Cotton, Deputy Clerk.
.96.7630 fictitious name under the
Drimen Nodding Ureen Canon .9448704ay Pay .'Blalack Peggy 8/7 4tchg B/28.
Water.944-4941 John R. Smith.....-6217 Phen44-noO

HOMES-STARKEImelLfcom 993 N.Temple._ I

*. rental. .ln..--. law price-Cherry, St. I w ,PHONE ,".7776
'sane* hem*. SBIttB, claim a neat_Pratt St. OOOO ,INVESTMENT PRO- J5t'm CECELIA -
Iraqihem.. .. go". Ioaotton. 2I..2.Po' Ploc. PUTTY across tram Weloo. T.IWILLlGAI:205 N. T.mpl..Stark.W.pal.OOUtl..I. .

....frame ...... ... word, B Fireplaces-S. Water St. c iLEiiATE flea ......... ........ ..." "

tend) ......_. MR, 28, LR, DR PR-Pratt St. ) 2.19 Ae.-SS.oOO: with V ...... ........
screened. St. _.
"!'As.> large, res. room Searing :
I." A..-'4.809 with REASONS TO BUY REAl ESTATE Safety Yield IIeuMty -
Ant' OUT-OP-TOWN HOMES rates lel for change In Value. High
REFLECTIONS ON IIV1NOV --
...* let, I mobile homes-Sampson take. Rd.rameg4 I.** A..-...... with sheulen't" mis seeing. lever***. Tax ,Incentive, Tex Deferral, A Cxemp.Hens .
".1.. aha workshop, aver 4A-Hampton.leautfM. ell e* ....... Special Installment Sate Benefits,
this' exciting -sew
.4 BR.... brick apx. 10A-W. of Lawtey.Nwbfe ....... Sleek-lined contemporary Lens Terns Capital Gains, Special Inheritance
... ... %'. C Block, 3A. SR 16W. Benefit Taclre end THE MOST
.1 apx. 2 ...W.... frame. flneneInfl 9 ..dream. 1 refinancing
rick. S M. 28. garage, .,... 1'\A.-I. IOOE.BR. Ralph Bryan Real Estate IimBdtlE tE awI'-IIIIIOO.' bath home bulk of tooting. IMPORTANT REASON I Ie Use of the Property.

... C. Nock. *,x. lA-Wllson Rd. ........ This mare model. PREFERRED PROPERTIES

low ram*Cypress. E M. IB.hoMo..utbldg..apx...'..1., 10A.-OH 4Vt A..S.Sayless.. M.Hwy. 310 W. Call St. m SEE YOUR REALTOR 1 ..-....*. with edfelnln. feetures-152. S.P. of Irving .MO beech lake. Genera 4 residences. 2.75 Ac.

.. 1$. IB), FR, .kHcnen-dlnlng-Crystel Lake. A. (Car. US 301 Call St.) 1..1:3. : rental. property a'"to makep.yrm..t area end came heat equipped a air.. .1... Plnebreei Dr.S44.OOO( %fin.Tap Quality Heme.
with coastal
e. mtg.
.New S M ZB CHSA4 Acre Wilson .... S41,000.
rick. A.O. p..,. 4 04. 1MB. Apx. MA-SRI4E. 964-8793 ANYTIME hwhar
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'aoI,,FP. JSR. tm. Brick-Country Club ..... color but water Brick residence ..000 % A-$4S,000. S'A Acre.
'-11..000. B
4 !SW.-weed brick flreplece. oereet
.Crystal lake Hem 314 tMB CHINA fireplace S4S.OOO.
erge.apprex. BA.. 3BR. :18 S.R. IOOE.i Much ........... .M good. vinyl fleer covering;,*aulpped -
*CB Home off .... 16-3 acres S4e.SOO mta. S2S.DOO 9%' .
lot IOOE.
.. S.R.
i SR, 1.. LR. DR. I acre MONDAY-FRIDAY9-Ep.ms. SATURDAY t-U
............ kitchen with .limitations .
Ministers Pendeese 10/ Acres
rick home" appro 32 acre- S.R. 121. Evenings I end Sunday W.pp.IMwr.MsusfNRSE unique name.II1S
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....11....cathedral. calling I* NOR Ct. S17.tOO-S7.800 down-fin. SM.OOO 10%' .
>:'.' ACREAGE 11 wIthIto clty.ffar the living ........ A .4 SR t B Edwards Rd. Has everything $411,900. '
VI ecres en ...."" Rd.ecresOH used. COMMERCIAL developing. -Olv" we a pleasure, ta show. at
1 M 2. te Acre Srewnlee. Rd. Castle
SR2S3.i RoaST ,to Ncd. %..."... ............. equipment ..ribevednpt.. 14'.100. cau"try.S64.5OG.

Mobile Homo let Woodland.' Acres .ndven..... .........r...... ..>,.;... ........S14.POO *1 M 28) teeth CHBA I2A for gardsnRd.223-$43,500.
Sere .1308 Pratt BR 1 B / '.. dbl. .,. S44.000.
.. CHBA .
06 10 -country Club. ..... CORNIRlOT..4tltetisUSM1...... ."' .....terms Please call Philip ClarkRealtor
sop 964-5231 .. .
"' MOMtS 12S yr. hometlMO( *;. ft.) Hampton 3 Ac-Stt.SOO.
Mt Consists? Club.BUSINESS V..... P. Oeem BrekerOBJ ..EeMvMed. Drive 1 BR 1 8-Ceiy a canvsnlont.$32.900..
k NEAR COONTRV'CIU Brick Veneer-4 M. t ... ._. Phone. *44S474.Peed .
AND INVESTMENTS Rm.with fireplace.CH&A-Dwklegaspe.-$53,500 WHY ADMIRE OTHER t44-77Sr >32)lFHULKMER .118 N. Broadway. freshly., painted big lot. S3I.OOO
Andrew. .
.OM 04. ft. budding w/epro 9 *cre.-U.S.301. COUNTRY UVINO ...../IrIck trim. 9 *r 4 ... 1M So.CMBA HOMES- .' ..**t Mine Terrace sensible, S3 1.000.PemMied .

.Sop DBJ. ..-..KM.; tg. UI with. PrankU. flreplec whoa yew cm ewe ml* a MH on IV4 Acre 20000. Neat.S .

ww ......._ far -' hoMo (*r treHer)Oft this tt ....-. 2 beds. hams heacre. M home A 1 act* Wilson Rd. II4.SOO.'

.........,........ ... a.$54.8.ww..gwawad. the country. Md m saw EJ ;*621 W. Adkle*. I BR carport fenced '.000. '

<1 6d COMFORTABLE Brick V_:. M. > BA"_ Rm.. tret block with central /BUSINESS OPPOrVNiriIS

O elece-lep.. Dr., died get.>g.. 041*......SSS.BM.. hoot. a site saraet,. large REALTY !JG4la.5 REALTOt *>ISO W. Meals.*. former Mobil" .-$1S.OO8..
PRIVATE BACK YAM A OARDf AREA Slack,*...ISA g.rg..L I (,are :ef e>41t .. Walnut New. (ere*. wereheu. **-SS2.MW.

Realtor' -rem Rrw.. .....a let..crapes.plesy.terego.Serei- .lend..SI9.rOO."!"' "- oJ Orf property irs* from Holiday Inn-Own.Un.e .

Inside. MrtHy. CMBA.Carpet...;......... Only......... .84 N. Cherry lures, nicely ....... opts. Own. fin.,
782-mt Hornet 782-3S94 ROOM FOR ANIMALS. en .9 Acres; ')BR, .IR.TENNIS ANYONET- e Ster* a Apt en XI-feed potenll..w fin.

> Financing specialists-- Frame............ ...... ...;_:....:...t.J..S48.-. 3 bedreem henie wtth M*. 221 Lafayette St.:Acres*from Wlshbsn* >NIl w|. ft. CB Md.. ea .... I4E Owner fin.aN.m.gmma .
program Conventional Lee" e Owner Financing WALKING DISTANCE DOWNTOWN-Slah280, tB Log _. dining" rocsm a .) A certeee en Madison St. Owner fin.

nnA e VA FHA Mb( ). 203 n led buy In A New Name. Is e.Existing Hers.1. .. beck ...... Play...... fin'
FENCED YARD. SM. ISA.Slack.'Connote;; ...;.......101 IB-C8 hews wilts 18 acres. Mergers ... tarfja apt. Complex ee II'. good cash flaw. awn.

/ 2SA CB With PP. Con. H/A Flu Guest HAMPTON 38*. IB..,la, lot..........,".1...$11.300.wytlrme.$20.000.. SM.OOO. ACHAOf .

2.4 A*. Over 27S3 Total So. Ft. (Only HANDYMAN.*toea Frame eel Aorro..'.............!** r .2* Acre .... 188 W 127.*.. Owner hn_.... .

,79 Par Sq. Pt. 1 eluding acres*..) SS7.800.Fin. LOTS a AcnAGt .WHAT IN IT FOR YOIY.PoRtly JO care farm with eke 3 BR. 2$ brick. smear home: .4.78 Acres .... IMA a Wllsea Rd.. tl'1.700.,

.or Newel I.S A*.42000.or Guest HMGHTS* Restricted. Vt Acre..*r S3.MO a up,. A concrete' Meek kern laeicellent N/A.s.wr.l pees amid frail Nee','TMr"p .40 Acre ......... ....000 8% ,Interest-Owner fin: ,
a I.S Ac. 814.400. ROUINO HIUS"" (Ssyles Nwy) I Acre 8. ... N.... B up. .**"ltl.... S .age Sued. Pesur., on Hwy MTvV. e.7' prim awes ea Rd. 18 overlooking) Hampton lake.

10% eew*. B yn.-12))%. lire ............ living yCeNey < .'Be ecre*-.... 188-..nr will, finance.l. .
IlitO Y EFFICIENT 9 M. the Country for ..relyoM LAWTEY- us ...a*creeta24asre -beautiful... .... rns bl* enough far aW Reed SBR., 2B. cee. ..... .-. con. MIA .. act** Hamplen .Owner flnennd 6.600..

S A*. PP. Ceo. H/A $27.000 water a sidewalk. N." per acre.''12% dawn IB *... VOW Ia...... to ........... '- .... .M prime ease S01 N. ...,...... S4.SOO OIl e.....w".fI... .

*n| Vac. Sys.. Stereo Very Neat 3BR Horn eneuM 9A". _. .... ..... reywwe"t.LAWTIY '"''IS ecre Ml a M.rggn Rd.Owner finance SI*.000.
Sys. lags ea. f*. let Vi are ... '..... far AREA 2Vt saw ...... S Acre*' H..... 28" ....,.au...... ., ,.......- 2ir .*.. (vet out *f chttmrrs. > ..." acre Orltn Uep--tlmb.r-.wn. fin. SIO.MO.

k 9%. owa hold Winter, a....... Only down 8 yr* 18% ((48 acre ...a.Habls. ). VMvf!*"'"* .sis.s'". Term. .... acraa wear Preseyt'Church I kespltel-make Her,

e. SM.OOO. OPPS1-l8ecra**>lr .*-....>e.......m..811_....**. FISHaejtUUrS CMCIIl"OPPIO..21.
cileste Now S BRBA ,- Ilemes a became .IB ecre en ended rood.........$.foetus Rw11dt Sate M usual is Voice.NO.....:... Lcesd eve ...., .1 ...rtb. 64a'a iOn POt M VESTMENT, "
let ....... .--W. lit folk..bsl...... .e-Cauntry Ova EsHM**" lets IMI4 eemUned/ I'.000.
ems As. Ige. Oek. Producing PrprtyRewtebi FORSVTH RD.. M Au*.- ..... weN/tepltc/ekM.,.|**.... Crosby Lake buy low .. any .. *
t4 id Tend. Fenced. ( ) SM.SOO up to HAMPTON AREA34 Are. 'IJIIparease."' .ew-*ia It-belM W*.: *\0 e Ttse Weeds. sear Cevatr*Club. let 1'x31 ....000.

>w er fks. 14% On. 11%. Sis.eoo.s8kg. CAU.M AT 9i4-7M -AMVT1nM-MV Oft NIGHT r. .............. VtsVjtaBtMfvTraiBTefeTrllttUM. ........ VA. VMM. fteWtjUrgst .| Bsstfek. faBN. fftMttl..!.... pomp "htMffJA. fjtll., bItI1J..500.

f0& &. ........$... : : :' : KM Bend Meiisy 07 Tre let BreweleeRd.,20. % ....,.. ....14,.*..

1 at. SSA Home so S Ac.P. 1 19.44 Ac. Pond. II.'" per ASSOCIATE--AFM"OVMR e44U4VEIT1lllfiewC' + ,.PrefeityMaiiagtmsotl.......'A--"-"":"- rnlBT cemmercM.. *01-owner "... SM.OOO.
Xan. N/A Coo. Vec. .A*.. .. VlcklPewefl 2 bedroom frame home wo, Paul...Pauftswr-REAlTOa : : eCeentry Ova let IBS a MT-nk* lefeHen-SIO.OOO.eUampie ,

y.'fha w $eu.d syn. O. sIB A*. Shady $20.088. Broker/Selesment. Amaskoo a pawed rod with asra of ,- .lree; >......*..IIJ_. oe.AIIOCIATIlit Oaks let iU ...... Owner -od-7.1OO;
.f09. *30 ACe FtttCaaHjf 9eVOW0VaWe 0ffIca.......... ......... ..........1...8B.e'sMAU > I-'t4 164.. .Saw, Call a Water"- St. let tW a S4" Owner..:119,100. ,
r :
v.Tr.M Yea Belles*'yea Owner fin. ,9444318 .; :SJ f \\.*,I_M,........Hr !ttW. .l Ceewli, Out has I Acre aach-Owear Hsu,-... .080. '

euBj buy a 4 BR Nome laSThe Sylvia....... ....w..d ; ;PARJeV-. .' ...........964464 e< ll St. temmertlel M low' a HO" Owner Bn. St.tOO..

best Investment an earth r* rh*earth/IfseirSBt Yemen Reddish. W../..... I bedroom '- ....a. leeHHe. Ceensr Spry-MAlTOB-ASSOCtATB ........ -After Hour '.
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Ne th*Trail Motel>Lawty'Rleske. Asseskms 944-74S4. acre dewed. load. paved. __,.... tc.IlI42e ByraTrwMeer.t44-7774 Martha. Perk,702429Y: .

.Ases to Eve/Weekena 9448223Ra ........ reid. hemfsRs-. "................. "" 't*'' ''. 'WE DO A/PAisu Ana T_m.ser. N......
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PagelZA TELEGRAPH. _August___t8.1tMLawtey dH- _= ._ _______ _____ __ _____ __n______ ___ _____ rr -- -- -

f 'Community News : I

r Newsfey 1 by.Elisabeth Phone M4-4683 G.Walker


America Legion Meetings The gram 'Monday, Sept. 1 at Ebezener ners will be sold from the kitchen. Association will be he]J Friday,Sept. Tuesday 7 pm. Beginnings; Friday
monthly meeting of the American Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Sunday is Education Day. Sunday 12. at 8 p.m. Aug. 29, the fifth Sunday Union will
Legion Post t 314 will !be held Sept.Sate The purpose of the program Is to School 9:30. Morning Worship 11 a.m.. The Ministers and Deacons Union begin In Alachua. Elder Hue Anderson -
Elisabeth Terry p.m.. In the annex of New Bethel point out the necessity of working for Evening Worship 6 p.m. Monday 8 will begin Friday, Aug. 29 through to the pastor. All members are in-
Phone 7BZ-3300 Church. All members are Invited to a living,spiritual growth and to lift an pm. everyone Is Invited to participate Sunday, Aug. 30. Everyone 1a vited to attend.Macedonia, > ..
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be present. offering for the needy.Everyone Is in- In our work and fun day. 'welcome.Mt. Freewlll..Bap.
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CHURCH ACTIVITY Heroin of Jericho will meet Sept.3. vited to attend. There will be plenty of work, fun and Zion AME Church Sunday Church: The fifth Sunday Ministers
Laura Baptist; HOMECOMING All members) are Invited to be pre food. School 10 a.m. Rev.F.R.Satchell will and Deacons Union will begin Friday,
Sunday August Slat at 1 P.M.Everybody sent. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Pleasant Grove United Methodist hold the fourth and last quarterly conference Aug. 29-31 with a social program aid
welcome. Dell Chapter 188 monthly meeting Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap- Church: Sunday to Education Day. at 4 p.m. All members are p.m.Sunday School 9:30 with the local
PERSONALS: will be held Sept 11, 1:30 p.m.,In the thl Church: Monday 6:30 Tiny Tots Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship -' asked to attend. Supt. presiding. Morning Worship 11
Mrs. Edna Mlms,Forest Park Ga Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. All rehearse,7:30: Senior Choir researses.' 11 .a.m. Rev. Borle Hudson will Antioch Baptist Church: Thursday a.m. and 3 p.m. Rev Joethap.Butler,
and Mrs. Mabel Phillips, of Crystal members are asked to be present. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer Meeting. speak. (tonight) Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Fri pastor. :" .
River, visited their cousin Mrs. O.J. Plans for the Fall Banquet are in themaking. Wednesday 7:30 all Circles will meetat .Mt. Mortals United Methodist will day the Pastor and congregation will Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:
Phillips on Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. The help of all members is the church until fifth Sunday In fellowship with Mr. Moriah. The attend the Ministers and Deacon Sunday School 10 a.m. The Missionaries
D.O. Brown, spent Thursday needed.* : August, Thursday 7:30 Story Hour. public Is Invited. Union at Ebezener. All members are will conduct services at 11
with her daughter, Mrs. Sandy The Bradford County Missionary Friday the Junior Choir and Junior New Bethel Baptist Church: 'The asked to cooperate. a.m. All members are asked to
Thomas. Jacksonville. Society will sponsor a Labor Day pro- Ushers will rehearse. Saturday din- .last business meeting before the Church of God In Christ Bible Band cooperate. ,'.
Mrs. Fred Moore, Sr., returned
home Monday from Hendersonvlle, 1 .
N.C. after spending a week with her
son and daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. "

Fred. Moor Jr., and family. We are pleased to honor
Mr. and M rs. O.J. Boyette were -
Saturday supper guests of their -CK i s insurance prescription
brother and aisterln-law. Mr. ana :: ..iimost
Mrs. Don Boyette of Macclenny. Ask'
Mrs. Cathy Hardee and children @ 1.rgdrug programs. your

visited Maxville her ,on Thursday Mrs.David and enjoyed Parrishof .. i a name you can trust l Eckerd! Pharmacist

swlming in the pool In Mrs. Juanita .

Parrish a yard. .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cochran of Largo, e .
were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.D.O. Brown and Shawna. GILLETTE 1'TRAC scHOOL sus
Richard Crews, of Denver, Colorado j o
and Miss Joy Crews, of Clearwater YO< ROADS

visited their grandmother BLADES ANTACIDRelief 200-SHEETS
Mrs.C.R.Crews on Friday afternoon.Mrs. PAPERMATE98
Pierce Crews spent Sunday Twlnblad.cartrldge.Pack of SLIMIT SSCROIIOf12 FILLER PAPER WRITING) PEN
and Monday with her son and 1 Txets Ruled punched Retractable point.
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W.S. sheets Smooth writing.
Crews, Sr., of Jacksonville. REQ. 69 REG. 98*

Henry .Hodges and Miss Vivian 9 ge ECKERD'8 2fOH
.Crawford, of Starke attended the VITAMIN E 9
Jacksonville
,Stock Car Races in on
a 4Ow OLA.
Saturday night. 9 Bottle of 100
IV VINYL
Justin Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. .
David Kelly, of Jacksonville, spent LIMIT BINDER ERASER MATE I
from Wednesday to Sunday with his Choose black, WRITING PEN
grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. George LISTERINE' blue or red. Thsontypsnthet
5339' erases. REG. $1.98
REQ.
Kelly. ECKERD .
Mr.'and Mrs.W.F.Atwood,Sr.,and MOUTHWASH ASPIRIN 69
son Edwin,spent four weeks at Indian 32-oz.kills germs 109 r
: Camp Site, at Tellco Plains, on contact ? grain.
Bound the National Forest. Their LIMIT 1 2 .

mother Mrs.Ode _Thornton went LIMIT 1 DUO TANG SHARP or BLUNT

time with,"them. They: bad. a wonderful 159 Assorted REPORT colors COVERS SCISSORS jSJ) \
2 of school
Timmy Duckling of Starke, was a VIDALSA8SOONofO1100. with fasteners. scissors.styles 4'A". REQ. 750 -
Sunday dinner guest of Henry Hodges SHAMPOO REQ. 29- EA. .

family.vJ.C. Prevail, Jr., of Gainesville, 0-CL bolts: 1 hair. 6R//6/-900/ 47" YOUR CHOtC!
visited 11 r<
his mother,Mrs. Carl Prevatt ivnav, LIMIT 1
and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ( --

, and Mrs. Truman.... Norman on. Thurs- J>> RSONALSIZEBARSOAP: \ '
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Mr. Sand Mia. Jerre Starling, of NOXZEMA -- '
.":, Starke visited their parents Mr and 3.5-On.personal size OREO
& Mrs. Charles Starling and family on bar. 4 pack. COOKIES 5-SHELF
REQ.69 LIMIT 1 _- 12910-0z.prlce.
:' Friday evening;, / Chocolate cookies. i; WOOD'
.:* Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended OK.Y Cremsfilling.13-or. ETAGERE
LIMIT 1
:1 the Starling family reunion .ACK/69'/ ... I, REQ$1.29 LIMIT 1 I Simulated hickory
y:;;,J a'which was held at the home of the i finish. Easy to ,
Freeman Everett. family on Sunday, 8 e i assemble.'
August 17. REG. $49.99

Mrs. Susie Williams of Chiefland PACK O"f :' ,,, .. _....... .:. ._, t. .
spending two weeks with her son-in- ... ,L. u_r- .
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) law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 1 FRUI ,OPTME'tOO11e r -SUNOTANT s 68.

James D. Kelly. UNDERWEAR RAISINS .
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters, Mr. AGREE \
100%cool,comfortable A Q Healthy treat for 911
and Mrs. Danny Waters and family CONDITIONER absorbent cotton? White lunches. Bag of 12 = .
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and 8-oz.rinse only. Choice of sizes.MENSBNierS boxes. REG. $1.49 ZIP WAX
family, Starke, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. conditioner ,
2 .,, CAR WASH '
Waters and family, of Fitzgerald, types. LIMIT 1 09 18-oz.Applies tough L-XiJo
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Michael Waters 329REQ. 1 wax as you wash
and family Mlddleburg. Mr. and .$4.29 csr. REG. $1.79

Mrs Mrs. E Buford.D. Higginbotham Higginbotham,and Mr.family and, 9e MINI T-SHIRTS TOOTSIE ROLL 129 rI

Mrs. Bertie Manning, 'of Maxville, POPS/MIDGEES
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehl/ and family 439. 1-01.bag 01 mldgee. ( J
Jacksonville. 55 39 I of 1111 ix 1 _
of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. or 11.8-oz. pops inREQ. _
Higginbotham and family, Mr. and 99 LIMIT 1
Mrs. ;Albert Sappenfield of Lake PEPSI QUAKER STATE
Geneva,Mr.and Mrs.Dixon Thomas, or \
Keystone Heights, gathered at the 7ge YOUR MOTOR OIL s..m
home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Higgin- DIET PEPSI KNEE HI HOSE CHOICI: 1-qt.can ofsuperblend .

botham on Sunday August 17 for a 12-oz.pop-top Fashion Motor ell.PACK 10W30 .
reunion. There were 54 persona pre- cans LIMIT 1 39 shades. SWINQERH x
One size Ills REQ. $1.19 LIMITS
sent and all enjoyed a good meal. !- BAR-B-Q
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Mrs. B.L. Wllkison. Sr., spent a '
week with her son and daughterinlaw GRILL 88e h t
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilkison PbMSPORTSOX Baked enamel fire-
and daughter Minnie, of Live Oak. POM bowl. 4 height. adjustments. .
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and Tilt-away
family, of Bryceville, were Sunday White with hood. REG. $48.88 SNAP .
dinner guests of their parents, Mr. 69 assorted color 8 ;
and Mrs. Fleam Starling. r trim. One 34 FIX-A-FLAT j
Mrs. Barry Watts, Mr. and Mrs. t l Acts as spare tire)
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PALMOLIVE Seals A Inflates tire.
Frank Honaker, of Orlando, Mrs.
,Jean Biles, of Hialeah, Mr. and Mrs. DETERGENT Holds up to 100 -x ;
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VSTRAPTATAMISANDAL miles. REQ. $1.79
Phillip Henson and baby, of Orlando, 32-oz.O.nll.to lal I
.returned home Friday from the hands.Oreatfordtahes. TIPN'TAPJUG -
funeral of their father, Mr. Herbert REQ. Thong type S-llters..re-
$1.59
Hanson of Beckley: West Va. Mr.and LIMIT 1 129 sandal.,straw 7M 8 freeze bottle.. p
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Mrs.' Phillips Henson and baby remained Insole.Men'sTANNING Wide nsck "j{
for another week with his 119 1& REO. S9.95 ;
mother,Mrs Ellen Hanson.They will :I
then return to Orlando. \
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burris attended -

the Gospel Sing in Waycross Ga., I.dle..IZ"1 .' .. "" ;}
on Saturday night. GRAN PRIX .
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Mrs. Wilma Wainwright was givena 4 88 : nil, y it CLOCKRADIO '. !
surprise birthday dinner Saturdayat -
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Perser-on) Lake Asbury by Mr. and /Il.A tt O Lighted rotary tuning 4
Mrs. Allen Brown and Miss Denise FLIP FLASH Q OO dial 24 hour set. Wake .
Durban of Jacksonville and Mr. and Blue dot quality.' 10 STATIONERY CASIO TIMECARD to buzzer or music/news.
Mrs.J.E.'Mciver, of Ocala. guaranteed "..1In. GIFT SET CALCULATOR OCR 1700 REQ. $28.99 :

Mr...and Mrs. Bruce Crapse, and "
girls Mr and! Mrs. CeBallos Alarm-timer a calculator
: Jimmy 588sla"onervcaddY K
139 all In ji
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499 one memory
and girls, and Mrs. Mary Minote, of
key.No.PW81 REG.
Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner $2999 1.4::
guests of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. VIP FLAT :Y
M.D. Crapse, Sr. HOTBRUSH j
Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and son Jerry, ECHOL'S
ROACH KILLER O Brushes In body. 7 rows of
of Tallahassee, came early Sunday r
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heat-proof ball-tip bristles./
morning and brought dinner for their B'SPOSt\caLl / AAA Kills roaches I' VP-FBREQ. $11.99
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. anu A more.
W Pack of 10 trays. :
They returned home Sunday after
noon. No.10FlEG..U'! \ GALAXY OSCILLATING ?J

,Rev.. and Mrs. Roger Eunice, of KEYSTONE XR-33 18" FAN
China Grove, N.C., spent a few days 3-whlap.rquletepeeds.
with their parents, _Mr. and Mrs. DAIWA REEL CAMERA9QQ Grill removes for cleaning..
Harold Eunice. hUndr8daoldapendSbie' Extended range capability. No. 21J1 REQ. $4499
Mrs.' Elsie Norman carried her' 1599=.71-r: Pocket size. Uses 110 film

mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling back to qEa A fllpflash. REQ. $12.99 39' _
her aunt, Mrs. Lillie Boree, at MId- 1'.8' '
dleburg on Friday morning. 'I'
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett and
daughter Nancy visited Mrs Elsie
Bennett and their aunt Mrs. Jennie '
Lastinger, of Daytona Beach Friday ECKER D'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFERTWICSTHI'ftlNTSOalanwtraaMofprlntswIinevary r :
night and Saturday. 'rnw Jf'II1JiJffi( I I 'f] D1i3($ 1
Mrs. roll ol color or black andwhlM print: film develop*)and
Elale Norman and her grandsons prlnwd... TODAY AND;) EVERYDAY. ..
Jim, Kenneth and Kevin, attended TWICITHI I'ILIlGetroIlsofprlnlftlm for the. price lJ.mfi1I7JI7JIlNlI l (;1(5l1Ul:3m( ( :: SALE PRICES GOOD THRU
the Carnival
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Saturday at the
el ono Kooacolor 01 black: and whlw.wlwnyou riav*your: LLlLVVLlLLl! LJ;
fair grounds Starke,and took an active film praoMMd M ., TODAY AND EVERYDAY, i SAT. AUG. 30
part In all the activities. OUANAMTISBuyonlyriwprlntayouiMntNonassI. .. OPEN WEEKDAYS 0 A.M.IUI P.M.
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their Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberta and ran lithe goof was In the plqureaking. (@ 831: .SI Walnut I St. Starke, FI a. SUNDAYS 10 A.M. 1117 P.M. ]
daughters Heather and Amiermoved SHO.BA..LY.OIIB.ALBITB..BUMITBD ..
!back' to their home here from -.. .-B: I I
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The First United MetMd.lSt-ehurcK' '- '" .' ...,.. ..... .. .' . 'Hampton .. .. ::" :-:,':.... I

of Starke proudly announces a "Faith1', by Dolores Mehg t ;:J::: ", 't.:,:titF
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presented once a month, for the next, County f l +r :r'
between .aI.
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sik months beginning In October. Baptist Church Butler .
.' :Future concerts in the. religious The Mattheus Annual F.mllReu and Providence now in Union Coun Principal Connie Clark teacher Students and teachers will have .'charge. ',,* 'jI" 1 ,
"Arts" will include: nion will be held Labor Day, Sept. 1,. ty. Soon thereafter he moved to New and school personnel. welcomed their first school holiday on Monday This\ Is a Rood opp rtu>ptt y''101JnIaIII
October-Pat Porter-field; vocalist at Hart Springs near Trenton on the River County (now Bradford County) students back to school on Monday. Sept. I, which Is celebrated a* Labor up and enrich readCagt writing ."*.
: 'from the First United Methodist Suwannee River. All persons relatedto settling near.Fort Call Methodist Aug. 25. Most of the children appeared Day. mstbeiMatla skills IWto_ .
'Church of St. Petersburg. the Mattheus family, even remotely Church and school. He was an happy to be back In school and school with a (j.II:. .: II..lMla::
November-Mel and Betty WIlhite- are cordially invited to come, br- outstanding citizen. His grave is In to have graduated to a higher class. Adult ClassesClasses .- 'I ,:%'>7" '.
'Soloists of classical their favorite and Fort Call hall In Adult Basic'Uon
sacred and. ing along food Cemetery.Any Classrooms IIbr.rl.and TlteHcIuaei wui Uught Mir
';secular, music. share with their relatives for a day of person desiring additional informatfOlr.bout bulletin boards were daily decoratedwith will begin at Hampton Elementary ,Claudette .P* nmff--r: be
t'! December*. ..John*Arts Series of- ..fun and good eating.- -- the'Labor Day Reunion Welcome Back appear ps .all School on Sept. 4. These classes win'if' reached at the school ..'4M-1213.!
u >Jacksonville-will present a staged The Mattheus family trace their may call Cecil C. Mattheus of around the place. / be held every Monday and Thursday for further IruVmstloi'rA" -1 .
colonial Christmas musical. ancestry back to Teon first bishop of Hampton, phone 468-2143. Twenty kinder p .rtenera In Miss "" $'&' fyf" Wf '.
: .. ; 'January-Clown Mlnlstry-a pan- Caer Loew who was later bishop of Cindy Lawrence class enjoyed -.. av ,', ,
1 'fomlme troupe directed by Jan .Mc- London. They took their name from Birthdays meeting new friends and capably carried ,_._. __ 1 l .
!' 'Cray of St. Petersburg.FebruaryRiverside, Sir Matthew, son of Evan, who was Roger Rich celebrated his birthdayon their own trays In the lunchroom' -- --- -
i : Park Council knighted by Richard II of England in Aug. 22. He Is recuperating from that first day. 1 1IL
and Youth Choirs of Jacksonville. 1388. recent surgery and was a former All teachers reported very well
March-Bell Ringers-Lake City They are of Scotch Irish ancestryand Teacher's Aide at the Hampton behaved classes with a good beginn-
Community College and First United were conspicuous In the history of Elementary School. ing.
Methodist Church of Lake City Britain, North Ireland, Wales and Amy Williams celebrated her 12th
directed by Bill Poplin. Scotland as early as the fifth cen- birthday on Aug. 24.
These community programs are beIng trury. Henry Rhoden celebrated his 7th
sponsored In an effort to The earliest trace of the name In birthday on Aug. 21. YOU 7V
reawaken, the Interests of the Arts. this country was In the state of Happy Birthday to Angela Thomas
Virginia in 1737.: among the first settlers who Is 14 today Aug. 28. AUTO
In Borden s Tract. Two family t t
members served with distinction In Hampton Lake KNOWBy 16 ,
Scanlan Admitted the Revolutionary War. holding ,high Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelll '
rank. entertained friends at their Lake
,:To Florida Bar Some of the family moved to home with a picnic lunch on Aug. 21.

..Joseph A. Scanlan, Jr., a 1979 i Georgia and South Carolina. One They displayed pictures from their Gent RossQ
member served three times Governor recent Golden celebra
graduate of Bradford High School as Anniversary Ga mileage on my
has been/ admitted to the Florida of Georgia. tion. Boating and swimming were 1977 Grand Prix haM
State Bar. Among the family history items Is also enjoyed by those attending. Mrs. really done a none dive A Ti
.As an undergraduate at the University that In May 1800, Indians attackedthe Lucille Moore was pleasantly surprised down to about lit mpg
of Florida he was of home of a Mattheus family in at the outing by a birthday cake on the highway. A. friend
president
the University's Debate Society Liberty County, Georgia, and killed presented to her by Mrs. Stefanelll. suggested! tune up and
1974-1976 and led the debate team to all of the family except the two Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clayton and carburetor overhaul. IJunt
prominence In National Forensic smallest sons, John Elmer and family and Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Grlffis finished the tune up
competition. Frank, who were then playing in a and family hosted a pork bar-b-cue and Mot no Improvement.Do .
An honor economics' graduate of haystack some distance from the with lots of other good food for family you think the carburetor
976, Scanlan entered the house, After the Indians left the two members and friends last weekend. IM the villain?
Florida College of Universityof. Law and small boys walked through the Among those visiting the Paul .\. It sounds like II, I i M p a
graduated with the degree of Juris wilderness to the home of the nearest Meng family during the past week, UHHtmic you huvc thought
Doctor In 1979. He is member of neighbor which was several miles were Mrs. Beverly Wanner of Orlan- about your driving hubllit
a The next known about do, Carlton, Angela and and
Florida Blue Key and Omicron Delta away. thing Joyce Mengof arc convinced they hove
them was that they had come to Jacksonville nut Kappa. Florida with a family named Hope. emitting |MM>rcr aiM nillcufie.ItV .
The new attorney is the son of Col-
The settled Another Rattlesnake ultto doubtful
Hopes near Micanopy, thai Idle
onel and Mrs. Joseph A. Scanlan of
Starke. Scanlan is and later some of them moved to or Harold Crawford killed a rattlesnake mixture: IK your culprit... ,
currently residing near Brooksvllle. Frank settled near last week near his home, the Since: 1968, mixture hUM
In Stanford Cal. and Is ,
candidate
a Seffner in second for him this month. been the
for that state's bar.. Hillsborough County near ; udjuatment factory
Tampa.' and Herewtthuvebeen
capped. : or cllmlnuledoliiificllicr.
Mixture normally
.Blackwelder family
St Edwards Church Hall Will "IU"Mtu"t
reunion set for Sept. 1 until the curlmrctor He*

BINGOEvery dirty:! enough! u. need anoverhuul.
: '. "heck I lie ciirlmnmonoxide
The Blackwelder Family Reunionwill .. .
.ull",1'lIh u COtenter. t
be held Monday September 1 at Saturday 7:30 P.M. ytT
If the 'ex- *' -
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the Lake Butler Community Center -411 N Temple Ave"Starke, Fla. 'cecl"l inuiinfuclurcr'HHIHXtnculloim | ? !'i
Please attend and bring a picnic p ( und u rc (slur
lunch.' engine tune-tip fulls in ring
Cl lute line, I lie carburetor

Pvt.:Arthur D. ThorntonPvt. should overhauled..

Arthur D. Thornton, son of Mr. I' Automotive Parts Center
and Mrs. Arthur Thornton, Lawtey, I 1 STARKE JJCJ1! K I >. iui ,,J
recently completed One Station Unit
Training (OSUT). at Fort Benning,
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squad tactics, palralt:. 1 1 1 1 1I 'atet4" t''I. :
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Young Tornado' Offense Better? _: _


-but we've had to do It because of the
Bradford Hlgh'i offense was an Inconsistent ning backs with Watkins doubling
sometimes sputtering back-up quarterback.The type of competition we're going to
machine in last year'5-8 season but only wldeouta with any real have this_son.
despite having Just four starters back game experience at all are seniors, "Today (Tuesday) we're going to
I from that ball-moving unit and seven Jonathon Johnson (155) and Dwayne go to work on defen8
seniors In the top 20 Tornado Coach Strickland (145). Johnson,m 220 yard wishbone,"Hurse continued pointingout
David Hurse expects this season's sprinter In the spring. Is the fastest that Eaitslde and Palatka)
edition to be better. receiver while Strickland has the best (second and third games), as well as
"We've just got four starters back hands. Ricky Sullivan (Jr 145), Gainesville High and Fernandina are
yet we should be quite a bit improvedover Clayton Norman(Jr 145),Doyce Grit expected to run the wishbone.
last year," Hurse said of the offense fis (Sr 145), and John Thompson (Jr i
after lunch Tuesday.: Asked 155) are the others looking to catch Rune salT'that'tit'ono;; point last
where he saw the Improvement the passes while the running backs and week 10-U player* were on the red
Tornado boss,who is entering his 19th defensive backs Mike Teuton David cross list 'We.had a hard time
season as Head Coach,got right to the Sparks, Kenny Etheridge and Brian holding a doggone practice." dC :
point: "We've just got more people Thomas provide depth to the receiver 4k
,with more ability. to put it in a nut- corps."Right. "Parent's Night"' __
Shell." now on offense Eric Carroll, Is 'I I
Thursday
The offensive lime is being retooled Ricky Criffis and Mike Jordan are
tiwith only two starters still In the fold. ,showing good leadership qualllties," BHS football "Parent's Night" If
Eric Carroll (Sr. ISO),a tight end last ,Hurse said. Thursday night starting at 7 p.m. in
year will start at guard this year and '................ .. the high school gym.
also play some tight end to give defensive Six Practices Left The night is to honor Tornado varsity -
starter Chuck Williams(Jr 180)a and JV football player and
break from two- latooning. Williams Just six practices are left heading In- cheerleaders In front of their parents.Lee .
will double at defensive end-tight end. to Thursday's afternoon session Scruggs, a member of the
"We're counting on Eric,we need him before the September 5 Fall Jam- Gainesville official's association will
to come along?)' Hurse said. Ricky 'x ree In Palatka. be on hand as a guest speaker for the Reading the Veer ;.::=2;
"You gotta start placing your people which will be followed
Griff (Sr 185) Is the other holdover program by a iei
returning to offensive tackle. ;>> where they're going to play now," short scrimmage. Quarterback Bill Goodge leads the mock defensive end fullback Mike Jordan In Bradford High's tint day of pf I
On the other side Billy Shannon ((Jr Hurse noted Tuesday. "We" had a All parents, relatives and others Interested (backup QB Craig Sapp) and pulls,the ball away from tlce. 'f'ff :' l
205) Is leading Stanley Brown(Jr 180) lousy practice yesterday, he added, In the BHS football programare :. .:-;
in the battle for an open tackle slot. If a smile showing Invited.
the season \started today Charley angered. "We (the athatgoodractice ;';:::,
Brown (Jr 160), another JV product didn't expect it to be : :
would be the guard opposite Carroll It was the first day of school and the Football Tickets: vote For Quality Educationr.:
kids just had so much on their minds.
(Jr 165)Is out and
though for football tickets to the
The coaches were the same I Policy 1980 "
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in'the scram playing Thornton time.(165) is knew I wasn't fired up for It but I triedto games have been set. JERRY LAWSON ':
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fake Reserved aeat season tickets will be .
go out there and it. We're gon-
working center with Barry KingJr $15 for the five home games. All
na have to have good practice today Working
( 165) behind him. tickets at the gate the night of the
I'm demand
going to a good SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
listed Car-
All the linemen except
practice today. I think we'll It.We've game will be$2.50. A
roll and Griffis were jayvees last
left Students will get a price break on 1
got a lot of hard work and
year. So, Hurse has moved more ex- advanced tickets bought at all 'r
we need to get more Intensity. county
perienced defenders over to provide 16 of Teaching Coaching
"We're much further ahead this schools with tickets '1.50 for grades years ,
Bruce (center)
depth. Rehberg
9-12 and SI for grades K-8. Adult
year than we have been at this time '
Kevin Reddish ( ) and Frank
guard
tickets in advance will still be
bought
the past couple of seasons. Where
tackle we
Swindell (offensive ) all fit into 250. Budgeting and Administration
were spending two weeks on the
that category. "The line Is young but Tickets for the five out-of-town
basics we got our basics hi this year in
right now there not that far behind games will be available at the BUS \
three days. Things that we've waitedto Instructional
last offensive line. Programs.
year's Ii
backfield has two of work on until into the season in the Finance Office until 3:30: p.m. on the
The offensive .
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day game.Spectators
we've been
past working on already.
three starters'back and as a
"the backs are looking real good group, The difficulty there is that you don't are reminded that no 5 in Business Auditing and "
.Id:Quarterback Bill Goodge get as many repititlons on the basics passes out of the game will be issued. years Accounting."

(S"r15))and fullback Mike Jordan(Sr
160) are;the experienced one-two Father of two daughters who attend County Schools. -
punch. Jordan worked so hard In the
summer Hurse said "he came back and a six month old son.'I'I
ready to play a game. He can run all

day.Randy Parado. (Jr 155), Dwayne lYJmu 3 -Married to the former Patsy Nichols of Lawtey who
McBride (Sr 150), and Emmett t..
Watkins(Soph 165)are the other run- teaches at Bradford High School. -


L.t Ma help You Use Your Tax Dollars Wisely To Improve Instructional l Programs.,


Elect \ IS- FOR YOUR DIE AND SUPPORT ON! SEPT. 9th.

Pd Pot/ Adv. Pd. for by Jerry l.w.on

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COLLECTOR !BRADFORD gUN .r
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a Bradford County !$

I will not make any political promises. ,: I ,


The only promise I will make is to do. I Do You Want An Experienced ,HardWorking -


the best job I can for the people of Bradford County. County Commissioner?


Because of being a working man, I am sorry if I haven'tseen
While in office as a City Commissioner I fullv. supported:

you personally.

1. Street Improvements. '
Your Vote & Support Will Be Appreciated <\,: ,

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Pd Pol/ Adv Pd (or by Emnmtt B Akrlda e' 2. City-wide cleanup.

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3. Construction of new City Hall. '


CAMPUS VISITS"FACT 4. Recreation improvements at Edwards Road. ',.>:, i .' 'Lt
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school "visits" consist of driving !by! on 7. Drainage improvements. ;,\\-/:.): '

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8. Job for ft.': ,
weekends or after work. security City, Employees. .

9. Alternate Energy Grant Proposals. ,<
This Is Like Driving By Church On Tuesday Morning. .

10. Personal contact with Department Heads.,


IT DOESN'T GET THE- JOB- DONE! I Want The Opportunity Work Hard For Similar



| RICHARD ODOM Wilt make the effort to be in the Improvements In The County..,


schools and facilities regularly. When Elected, I pledge to be a



t' RICHARD ODOM WI Wot have other "eyes and County I will vote Wide on all Commissioner issues as I beleive and 1' '


ears" do anything for him !IIII 1 1I the Majority feels, and not be influenced "


I promise to do the job Professionally, and with by any single group or party.


DIGNITY and INTEGRITY Ut{ You Be The Judge



On Sept. 9th VOTE,


Vote to ElectRICHARD ':. .

County Commissioner
I X WILBuR WATERS
W..QD.ON Dist. 5 Demo.A .


School Board Dist. '3 Vote. for Halm-will make the difference.

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portion of tile Kite tournament in

.TAke You can't fault Starkcomplexe Plaza for wanting to Co to a homer a*they shot out to a 14-1 lead and knocked Drews- Late 4-2 Butler and M last wins weekend.for the Dominos
Bu tier's ..
l for thn".i out 1.-..The Shadows of Jacksonville..eliminated 104.a ever FB were the difference. The
:.been Tournament J-- .TZ last weekend.i. After all, i the local power bad *Truck Plaza sent a dozen men to the plate in both the >rwA Dominoa played just three times,edging
ever to Lake Butler for three weekends since the third and fifth taming and got three homer from Wheeler
the Lake City Outlaws -5 before
hefty was- built trophies and all three times had carted borne the and two off the bat ef Randall McGee,Charley Green,and 1p scoring three times the sixth to get
passed out ._ Tanner.
That string filially came to an end Sunday when Gator... Brooker was next op and as Elder said"We caught them past bracket the finals.bankera Florida 4-2: in Bank the which

..surance place with of a Jacksonville 9A.1Q *! IM bumped Truck Plaza I Into second a little flat and we Just had an exceptional game." The bad....part First Christian Church:
tourney flnaJa. result wa a 304 Starke Truck victory spiced of
by a pair of Lake
Butler S-3 in i ita opener,came
.Drews of Lake
hadstorm2
Truck Plaza Into the roundtrippers for both McGee and Ricky Bennett and a back out ot the losers bracket with aW
jjosers bracket in a game Saturday morning, combined 7-for-T outing for Wheeler and Tanner. Starke decision over the Outlaws. but in
I 'tiOkIInII the locals;scoreless: until the sixth and winning IN. Truck won its shot at unbeaten Gator Insurance with a 11-17 the
finals the Domino did all the hit-
hen Westem Auto of Lake City all but sent Truck Plaza win over Matt Logs. owIII7.11111 the bottom of the sevenththe building 8-1 lead after_
an
Una. up
'isms alter two *me* Western led 1M through five inn locals came through as Gene Melvin walked with one in their .
logs and it took a Gene Tanner home run and good defense out and Bill Ratliff.McGee,and Wheeler all produced rwe- Bank easy victory.Aa 'coach Randy Jones
In "Mbm'rf the eighth i to get the Starke team by 18-17. out hits to win U.Tommy Wise and Bennett had both hit two pointed out "everybody had been out
Donald Wheeler,who hit eight out for the weekend to lead homers and Ratliff and McGee were 4for6.In
of it softball)for awhile and no team
TP and Just miss the HR trophy, clubbed. two homers. the title game Gator never let Truck Plaza in the really bit the ball well not even the
that
game. game building Jim before the locals started to bit Domino It was a defensive
Despite what manager Dwight Elder termed"not good the ben. M wan d Lewis clubbed two four-bagger* weekend.'*
hitting weekend for us at all"Truck Plata went on to fight apiece in vain, with McGee running his tourney total to Patty Evan*' was 4-forB a* the
the losers
.through
bracket Charley Green was S-for-t with seven.f .
Domino only hitter at JOO while Linda
Cubbedge (.32* with four RBI's)
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y" rya > f was the only FB girl above that
plateau. Terri Pan-tab and Karen
.A t P Norman both had four bits in the
eM="'!a 4M soe 9 p r a, l iFM d r .-: ;,. ,:, three game for the Domino and
eo = .. Diane Smith had two double while
BIle-e-e-e-e-... O-u-n-4 Joy Maim led Florida Bank with six
Nan JefTceat ef Florida Bank Is set.at the plate as E4m Allen ef the DemlMe runs batted in and bit.487 In the five
applies the tag. ballgante" *.

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Free Exercises sent to: Starke Rotary Scholarship Youth Flag Football
j Fund. P.O. Box 321. Starke Fla.
: ., Start Sept. 9 33001. Entries an due by August 31. Kicks Off Sept. 15
',; ,, :', ., The exercise classes taught by For more Information call the The Youth Flag Football league
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Starts Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin Chamber of Commerce M4-5Z7S) or sponsored by the Starke Recreation
;' ,. will start up September 9 at the Old Starke Golf Pro Herb Herres at the Department begins soon, with
Armory. Golf and Country dub MM-S441). registration underway now at the Old
There is no charge for the classes Armory (...-.7.1> and ending
which will be held Tuesday and Men's Flag Meeting September .
Thursday mornings. Regular exercise Set for Sept. 8 The program.In which roughness is
< will be from 1:30 to 10 ajn. with kept to a minimum, will be for boys
aerobic dancing from 10 to 11 .>... The organizational meeting for the and atria aged 7-9 and IO-13. League
Starke Bee. Department Men's Flag age is determined by age on Sept. 22.
Ballet Still OpenThe Football League will be held Monday mo.
Sept.s,at 7 pan. in the Old Armory. Children must wear tennis shoes or
Rec. Department still need manager or representative of rubber cleat and there is also a $3
more people to sign up if ballet each team must be on hand for that registration\ charge to cover the cost
classes: are to be offered in the faU.. team to be allowed la the league. To ofaTehirt.Clinics .
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:;: 76 The classes,which will be taught by be discussed are any rude will be held the week of Sept.
Sharon MarMillan, cost: fio per and the league schedule will 15-1 at Pratt SL field from 3:30 to SItsmclinic
:: month and win be held on Mondays needed younger wil have
from 6-7 pmfor ages M; and from Each team MUST name of Monday and Wednesday
Run Production Drew a*lu .-.... batter Gene Tanner surveys the field 7-a p.m. for....1H d.vp. an official (referee)brba meeting. afternoons Sept U and 17. The 13-15
SUrke Track's Rsndall McGee scores a nw against behind. e 4ck hitter Larry Mercer. This is due to the problems the league clinic will Tuesday and Thursday.
Lawtey Rec. ProgramIs has had in the past in Coding officials Sept. M and U. It is very importantthat
;i Sunday Morning for the weekend games children attend these clinics
The Lawtey Recreation Board will
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'sponsor a program Sunday morning.
'. August n,to help raise funds for the
completion of the Recreation ElectSandra -
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.building ,
r ELECT The public Is Invited to attend the

.... .,.... '?program which starts at 11 a.m.Sunday S. Norman
:. ... ,'.. t: U \ ( morning at the Rec:. building on
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The Stark Rotary First Annual Experience In Working
Scholarship Golf Tournament Is to beheld
rhKIRKPATRICK' September s>7 at the Starke Golf With The People Of
and Country Club.
Proceeds from the tourney will fund (*ire A Bradford County!!
scholarships for Bradford High
students to Santa Fe Community College Working Woman Will Work Hard To Serve

He wants to be State prizes overall la for Gainesville.trophy special, gift butes.Prizes certificates: include and an A Chance!! And Please The PeopleOf

Both Rotarians and non-Rotarians Bradford County.
Senator for ALL of may play in the CaI.I way handicap f<> Pot Ado Pd tar .by San*.Monwt
event Entry fee or donation may be


District 6.

ii Richard is a concerned businessman in the communitywho


;-:0!;; Baker Alachua Bradford' ....Bradford County's support to help insure a

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Levy
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Putnam Nassau r W. ROBERTS

Suwannee
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GEORGE KIRKPATRICK I IS A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN w. .

g He's the serious candidate! A new man to government. If elected I pledge 'to be

:i Kirkpatrick believes in .a new approach. He means .*

&;: ,.business! SINCERE accessible, to you the peopleof


f GEORGE fctRKPATRICK WANTS TO WORK FOR US! Bradford ,County. To 'meet

He wants to slash taxes by improving the efficiency the with straightforward
problems a
f of State Government. "
PEPENDABLE
a: ::1.; Favors an approach for the agricultural industry approach without ties
that will allow our farmers to produce and sell I their "
: tJ products at a fair profit '

:r: :t Wants Quality education for everyone from kinder. to any special ,interest group.

j .' garten through college.. HOMEST T:
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Believes in programs that will insure'the protection ".' :.,
::, ., of our environment i and our natural resources: for '
ourselves and our children. '

I .'' A Favors improved benefits and support for veterans

., and the elderly. ,. Your Vote and Support AppraeiataiLThank


;;. VOTE FOR GEORGE.KIRKPATRICK..HITS ONE OF US..-, i. '':: >' : ,

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\ Hawthorne Takes Semi-Pro Tourney


1 Hawthorne' Angels won three p
straight game behind the torrid hitting
of tourney MVP Willie Junior
1 (8-for-U and 13 RBI') to win the
Lawtey Cubs Invitational temlpro
i baseball tournament last weekend
The host Cubs split two games to tie
I for third In the eight-team event,
i whitewashing the Archer Nine Devils
8-0 before being edged by Eau Gallic HE'S A WORKING
8-5 In the semifinals Sunday morning.
In first round games Saturday Eau COMMISSIONERWITH
GalUe blanked the Reddick Booklet
8-0, Jonesville's Dodgers ripped
Starke's Tigers 16-4 Hawthorne THE TAX
smoked Jacksonville's Kings 11-1 ,
and the Cubs whitewashed Archer 80. PAYERS INTEREST '
Fast-balling Tim Clark shut the ,
visitor down and a four-run second JOk
I Inning gave the Lawtey club the lead AT HEART '
for good. Johnny Nichols Jerome
I Williams,and Cleo Johnson all stroked
RBI singles In that frame. In the ,
1 next inning Nichols again provided an ..'" 'p F.J.\'i'lltW: \ ?! :""' :;.: jjII't.: ; .
I RBI hit, this time with two outs and
Williams twisted a single down the Beating the Tag plate Just ahead of the tag to score on
Jerome Williams hooks Into home a passed ball for.Lawtey.5 DAVE SHUFORDWorking

Keep
right field line and Jeremiah Johnson loss. The winning pitcher, C. .
For
beat out an Infield hit as the Cubs built Crews, was said to be the last playercut You
up a 7-0 advantage after three Inn- by the New York Meta organization

"frl Sunday's opening semi the Cubs Hawthorne in Spring reached training.the finale by DURING 'THE 16 YEARS THAT HE HAS BEEN YOUR
lost their chance at the title when pulling out an 8-8 win over Jone vlUe. ,
their defense fell apart. Starting pit Then in the final the Hawthorne club COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1. THE COUNTY
cher Willie Brown gave up just two routed Eau Gallle 14-4 behind the hit- HAS HAD A
SOUND FINANCIAL BUDGET.
hits but didn't get enough help in the ting of Willie Junior and John Smith. DAVE, & HIS

FELLOW COMMISSIONERS FEEL ;STRONGLY ABOUT

SPENDING YOUR MONEY WISELY, WHILE KEEPING

ElectSandra TAXES DOWN.LEADERSHIP .

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/ S. Norman DAVE, SHUFORDM

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Flattie-Thrower With The People Of YOU BOTH. 32 YEARS AS AN INDEPENDENT

Cub rlgh-hander Tim Clark fired Give A Bradford County I It BUSINESSMAN AND YEARS OF ,EXPERIENCE AS
shutout ball at the Archer Nine DevilsIn A CITY COUNCILMAN AND'COUNTY COMMISSIONER ;
Lawteyn 8-0 win Saturday. I Iking Woman Will Work Hard To Serve
PROVIDE THE EXPERIENCE NECESSARY TO GET

Sevvell onInjured A Chance And Please The People THE JOB DONE.
Of Bradford County.
List >y Pd Pol Adv.Pd for by Bindr Nocnmn
DAVE SHUFORD

Donny Sewell, the Bradford High
grad who is trying to make the pro
football grade with the Miami WALTERWESTCOTT Working For You
Dolphins was placed on the Injurr'
reserve list by the NFL team Ub
week, but it's still not clear what uie HE WILL WORKi FOR. ALL OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
move means for Sewell's football i
future TO IMPROVE DRAINAGE, BUILD AND IMPROVE
Dolphin Offensive Line Coach John
Sandusky explained that Donny a ROADS, AND PROVIDE NECESSARY SERVICES THAT

offensive rookie free tackle.agent who"tore was a working capsule at in Y.. I Is For A GROWING COUNTY WILL NEED IN THE FUTURE..
his toe Joint while he was warming up '
for the Seattle game. It was a really ..tIncreased"
freaky thing. Sandusky had no DAVE SKUFORDWorking ,-
translation for the injury but said it
would keep Sewell out of action for Job Opportunities. Keep
four to six weeks enough to get him
on the injured reserve list More Recreation for Youth. For You
"Donny is out for the year,he can't
play for us this season," Sandusky Seeing New City Charter in 1981
continued in explaining the injured

keep reserve him rule he'd"be If we available choose to not other to Strengthening and Enforcing City Think Baf? or. You Vofc.,Sept. 9th :

teams this year. Or,if we feel like he Clean Up Ordinance
has a future with us,we could hang on
Find Vote! For A Pra".n'L.ild.r.
to reserve him this and year.carry the him Dolphin on injured coach Continued Improvement In Power ;

said made that until decision Donny is won't nearly have healed.to be Outlook With The Experience To Get:The Job Done ::!.

"We were pleased with Donny's Effective Communication Between Sacked flo Croup Or 1
Ey Individual
progress as a guy who's! really a l ?
rookie at offensive tackle but we City, County & State To Prevent :..-,
didn't get to see him as much as we
would have liked," Sandusky Duplication Of Efforts
responded when asked about the c., Dave 'p:4
former Tornado's chances to '.Ick. Extending City Services & Utilities \.
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"He only played in one of the three exhibition l
games we've played. Right Preservation Of The Uniqueness Of R Fcr
now we have nine offensive linemen
plus John Geisler, who's also on Injured Walnut Street SHUFORD _
reserve. We'll probably carry
nine during the season." Get Involved In Local Government. ..
The Dolphins have 51 players on Commissioner
County Dist 1
their playing roster and have to chop Extend Your Votes Effect Between ElectionsPd ...
that down to 45 by next week Your Commissioner
Pol Adv Pd for by Clan MtcoH Camp Tr... : Working

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_. MAXIE CARTER JR.
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Leadership: in the Community' "': :',. ::

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$6 Cup Veg.Of Soup Homemade And l ........ INTEGRITY S .
(Like King Crab) Plue T" Coffee or Tea :

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U.S301N. 964-7358 Your Continued, Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated

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To! Study FSP Conditions'' Rehashes 'Vey Case :



Circuit Court Judge R.A. (Busxy) Assistant fubllo Defender Shoo A. The case of former Keystone Records do not show what the ,
Saxon of Starke, has filed three suits ,
'Green Jr., appointed a five-member did
Heights City Councilman Dr. Joseph center with the grievance.Vey's .
panel to try to determine how to since the end of last May Making.
inmate Vey who has filed several suits with ; grievance was heard by the
upgrade living conditions at Florida relief eight In Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic I
of
the District Court
MN. Appeals
Involved 7
Inmates In !the Mite. Include -
State Prison with the committee
Tallahassee his quest to get the. Board of Directors Personnel Com-
report to remain sealed until : James A. Vann Larry Ander.son. ''court to help him get with mittee on Aug.8. 111'I'8.18 a seven hour' I
presented to court Wednesday, Sept.. ,Harry 1IUII8ID. WIDllt 4 1 the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic hearing in which the committee
James WIWam w
If1IJ.
Sparks Philip
y* Wag discussed at great length by the unanimously voted to uphold the
Floyd'
Elliott and Price. The inmates -,
Dr.: Richard Swanson former head clinic board of directors their mon- dismissal of Vey by Dr. Lennon.
of the Criminal Justice Department seek to eliminate certain conditions thly meeting Thursday, Aug. 21, In The psychologist then Wed a formal
at the where fear for
-: at the University of Florida in prison they Lake Butler. complaint with the board under it's
Gainesville, was appointed chairmanof their lives. \ Vey was dismissed by the clinic two purported rules governing employ
Last June M the Inmates
the committee.Dr. eight _. Rather than give Dr.' '
for conduct unbecoming a
ago
direc- testified before Judge Green that they years a fact
Myrl Alexander former clinic employee and was notified oy finding hearing the board only
tor of the federal prison system and had been perpetrators and dismissal
while letter of his May 30,1978,effective
now a UP criminology professor, was sexual and physical assaults June reviewed the record: made before tile ,
confined to the Institution. 10,1978. clinic Personnel Committee. '
appointed vice-chairman of the committee from the
recently
by the court. The suits seek relief from conditions Keystone Council to In a subsequent review the First
City a
they Indicate violated their legal accept District Court of
Retired Correctional Officer S.R. in GuntersvUle, Alabama. Appeals la.
Johns of Starke, who served 17 years and civil rights. position Vey asked the clinic on June s, 1978,. Tallahassee found that the board erred ..
in the prison system and served 33 The Inmates are serving terms for for a grievance hearing which he In not providing Dr. Vey with a ,
months as an officer assigned to murder rape and robbery. denied the allegations of unbecoming hearing as roqulredby its rules. '
death row, is a committee member. Swanson, at his press briefing Mon- conduct and asked for a conferencewith The appellate court further ruled
,.Two>>other members of the committee day. Aug. 28, said all meetings with Dr. Bill Lennon clinic director that Dr.Vey was entitled to section
the Inmates, correctional officers: and 120.87(1)8 hearing to be conducted
were tentatively appointed to by
.
toard'Subject to approval of DOC others will be closed to the public and "Now Raise Your Right Hand Son"It to try.Lennon to resolve June the GIIIptite.Dr. 12, repliedby a hearing officer of the division of administrative -
on 1m.
Secretary Louie L. Wainwright. They Identities and Information will be kept was a family affair last week as Terry Yawn (Theron A. Yawn III) was letter denying Vey's grievance and hearings. I
are: Jack Wise, past assistant director confidential.. sworn Into an Assistant State's Attorney post In Starke by his father, Chief Circuit ; Michael hearing
of the South Carolina Federal He set a timetable to Interview Court Judge T.A. Yawn (Tteron A. Yawn Jr.). advising him to pursue It through the officer with the stapepgy.ar t of t
prisons, and Earl Archer,an attorney Wainwright, Thursday, Aug. 28, grievance procedure set out fit the Administrative hearings the case
who recently resigned as assistant to .(today). Inmates and correctional of personnel manual. Vey then took his was assigned.
the chief counsul for the DOC and has flcen..L Friday. August 39, and Mon grievance to the North Central
moved to Gainesville. day, : 1. the committee plans to Yawn Sworn-In Florida Community Mental Health
The committee started work Monday Interview Inmates families, and Terry as Center, Inc. a non-profit corporation.
Aug. 25, and plans to start Inter- others Interested In testifying\ Tues That board has a subcontract for more VEY HEARING.p(.IB
services: with the Bradford-Union
viewing inmates, correctional officers day, September 2.
Inmates' families and anyone Swanson pointed out committee Guidance Clinic. .

else who has Information concerning members will look at staff recruitment State's His FatherChief :
Attorney By
conditions at the maximumsecurityprison and'training, security,
-Those Interviews will start disciplinary measures, Inmatetry
Thursday Aug. 28, (today), accor grams and then view '
ding to Swanson. i itself. Circuit Court Judge T.A.;: delinquent juveniles.
Swanson, at a press briefing He pointed out that persons interested -' Yawn, Jr., made a special trip to. He served as prosecutor and later
pointed out memorandums asking for in testifying on conditions at Starke Thursday morning, Aug :31, to first assistant attorney general, at- WlShbt&neFRIED
information were being circulated at the prison should contact him by mail swear In his son, Theron A. (Terry) torney general staff University of
FSP to the 1,200 inmates and 380 staf at the University of Florida. Yawn;III,as a new assistant state attorney Florida Student Honor Court
fers. Gainesville, prosecuting violations of
Both members of the Yawn familyare the University student honor code. .CHICKENOF
on familiar ground In the county.. Yawn was abstract editor, Eastern
Both were raised In the county and Water Law Center, Holland Law
Bradford-Union, the younger Yawn was born here. Center,at the University of Florida,a .LAKE BUTLER
Judge Yawn served from 1953-1973 federally funded research program.
as Bradford County Judge having He taught science and mathematics WILL
been elected to the post at the age of to. sixth, eighth grade students In RE-OPEN
Food 25. He has been a Gainesville-based Marion County from 1973 to 1877.'
Stamps Circuit Court Judge since that time. Yawn was the recipient of the t .; i
Both are Bradford High School ,laude Pepper award In 1978 In ,
graduates.They both will be unlver-j e t recognition of outstanding distinction\ SOON '
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"., ,. '! "/'" '' .lty.of fflorWaiiw BcnooT: graduate vin. .scholarship and campus. activities,, .. .
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Million]Dollar MarkOver when Terry gets his diploma SatW'day -,t, anoVliiNreoognition of an interestInpublicservlce -. ..,....... .
; Top, August 30. \ in the future,"Fletcher Times
Watch For Dates &
Terry will handle juvenile cases In Chapter) Phi Alpha Delta International .
Baker County along with misdemeanor Law Fraternity."
a million dollars worth of food gram caused by unemployment and' Juvenile and traffic cases in In 1978 and 1979 Terry was recipient
stamps per year are distributed In Inflation." Bradford County. He succeeds Assistant 'of the John Marshall Bar Association ..IS.V .
Bradford and Union Counties, accor- Johns supervises a staff of six with State Attorney Don Royston whoIs (Law School Student Government) I YJ.
ding to Kenneth Johns, supervisor of offices In Starke and Lake Butler. He being transferred back to'' the 'citation for outstanding service to the Sonny 4 pfea /-il
the program In the two counties. has three eligibility clerks, one Gainesville state attorney's office. law school.community at UF.Everyone .
The program was established In cashier, one secretary and one daily. "Congratulations proud of you,
1973 and Is administered nationally by entry operator. The program la book son,"Judge Yawn said to Terry at the ",
the United States Department of ed up to a statewide computer close of the ceremony.; BQ.
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of Health and a matter of minutes Johns and school training as a law clerk for the P I
Rehabilitative Services. his staff can get Information on Gainesville firm of Goldin and Gates 485 W. Main St. Lake Butler
Johns pointed out the U.S. Congress whether an applicant has received where he got experience In criminal

approved $2.956 billion to fund the benefits previously or Is a first time defense,real estate and property law, ...shares.. his birth- _.-49A.27A5 __ .
program through the end of potential recipient of the .family law, tort and contract. litiga
September. He Indicated that money Johns Indicated the computerprogram.helpsto tion. -l. r
was not going to be sufficient to last eliminate fraud in the system.It He was a clinical Intern with the office
through that date. It is expected, according works similarly to the computer that of public defender In Gainesvillefor
to Johns, that the U.S. House Is used In the state motor vehicle the 8th Judicial Circuit where he
and Senate will appropriate funds .licensing bureau that also uses. the assisted with criminal defense,
later this year to keep the program statewide computer system. juvenile proceedings, collateral attack

going. "The statewide bank Information and extraordinary remedies. Terwlllegor Motors Inc.and Ford Motor Credit pleased to announce
are a special
eliminates John
Johns explained that the food duplication says. Terry served as an arbitrator for
stamps program Is tied to the Persons receive: benefits from one the 8th Judicial Circuit's juvenile rate merchandise >support program far pintos and Grenades to qualified

unemployment rate around the coun- month to a year,depending upon each alternative services project WASP), customers. These two car lines, for a limited time, will be financed atunbellavaabl
try. individual case according to Johns. a diversion program for potentially 10.11% A.P.R. fords months contracts.
said the started
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continue to move agricultural products

buy food with produced the stamps by farmers.meant to help Wei FMrv-'M! tore We urge you to com by and Inspect the twelve vehicles on display

Johns released figures that in May KIM In our dealership that. are eligible under this program.
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1970 Union County's value of coupons I
worth $23,221 a month with an Increase -
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value of $28,673.Bradford +
County In May 1979 had Rif On Get One FREE tack. inns / f e

2015 persona with value of coupons SOIW/3MOM /
62118. In May 1960 the figure went LI ,'EST ......../MI... + 'w '
up to 2354 persons with value of Conul4Wlro 4

coupons 86819. .WheeI c.-..
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counties went up from 185,339 to ra t
$115,493 a month this year. 9 10.1
A person who has eight dependents -974 .. 4
will get$376 worth of food stamps per $3300 .
month. Other figures that persons get for
''on a monthly basis Include: one person 132 Tax .48'Mo.-A?
$63; 2 people $US'; 3 people .*. FREE FOODFREE PRIZE 21 Title. Tag A 'insp. .of $3460 -
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16S 4 $209 S people.$248 six
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two person family$418 three person 1 as "" ) "' M/AIr.. 1M' '4 WettOiMlCvr
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and eight person household 1028.' $
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Harry P.A.
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Announcement was made by Assistant ruin 3414 4E00. ,'Tret9.. '
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Foreman of the USDA that the food Association
stamp benefit Increases will be given Anmrancis, .. ttit D'.J ,,. 192 Ta>c21W.THI Tax
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Dope from Keystone l I Clay County Candidates :



Haul DestroyedArmed These art candidate for Cloy .,. _. .-
Airport County JIO"tlaala/ who how given ": '1
announcement t information to the ft Rent*! Dur&opd
paper to be published., George ,
with a court order, deputies of the 3,133 pound of marijuana. I
of the Bradford County Sheriff In addition Ortis, a former New
Department and representative of York State marshal,was sentenced to Clay Citizens Coalition Chairman Smith :
the local: cute attorney' office burned five yean In state prison to run con George W. Kent, Jr. has qualified for
over",806pqrntls of marijuana and currentlynto the other sentence on the TalmadgeBennett the First District County Commissionseat. Orange Park business education instructor
Kent, an attorney Is president
tablet that of Methaqualude tablet
100,000 Methaqualiid 1 Inc..of Durwood Smith S3, I 18 again
of Florida Legal Research
recovered officer and three cau.
were by challenmg veteran Incumbent Jesse
Orange Park and has been atI1ea.t nor
men are currently serving 30-year Tynes for the Clay County school:
Florida resident for 12
In addition Ortiz was fined yean.He
prison sentences in the case, according .u erlntendent'a post.
graduated from UF and the
to Sheriff Dolph Reddish. 1273,000. Smith ran against Tynes In 1D76 and
to court Reddish pointed out the marijuanaand Holland law center and was admitted,
The
marijuana according: polled 43 percent of the vote,losing by
Green Cove resident
record and the Methaqualude Methaqualude tablet have been Spring to the Florida Bar Assoc. in 1977.:
tablet were; recovered last January 7 stored at the Florida Department of Marty Gees Talmadge Bennett qualified recently Kent said one of the major Issues some 1,000 vote to
Favoring a return old-
after Keystone Height Police Chief Law Enforcement Crime lab in Life Flight Nurse< for the Bennett County Commission he'll address In his campaign will be Smith proven
fashioned education want to
seat employed by growth and Its
Leonard Jones observed two van and Jacksonville since January. Clay County's rapid
Denton and SA Bill Williams Air Conditioning and regulation. He added that "growth see adequate self-discipline stressed
a semi leaving the Keystone Height' Wiley Deputy Clark went to Jacksonville Investigator Heating Inc. and Is married to the will and should ocurr(but) we must... In the school system and drug out.
Airport.Jones chased one of the van to Thursday morning, Aug. 31, and Locally urge on former Judy Clark of Green Cove. make sure that It Is the kind of growthwe He favor a fair salary for teachers.
A change In the of the
brought the marijuana and qualude Bennett Is a member of First want.The uncontrolled growth we process way
vehicle
Hampton where he stopped the -
Is distributed In trickle down
United Methodist the money
Church
tablets back to Starke. Clay have recently experienced endanger
and arrested Salvatore Joseph I
County Chamber of Commerce Blinding the quality of life that encouraged 'from the county office in Green Cove
48 of Clearwater and Reddish laid the court order wa very
Comporato Chooper CrewA Council Green Cove' Rotary to here In the first Springs or from the state Capitol InTalihassee
Surfers carried out late Thursday afternoon, people move
of Seminole. ,
John :37,
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Roger
: I Ie another thing Smith
asked for assistance and Aug. 31. at the Bradford County landfill Club, the Cabul Lodge 1118 F *AM, place. .
Jones Don the other .0 miles south of Starke off SR-100 the Clay County Shrine Club, the Clay Kent also said he hopes to addressthe ''want The challenger would like to
Deputy
County Cattleman's Association, need for recreational :see classroom teachers determine
Angelo where the and tablet growing
van and arrested Ortiz 43 of marijuana local girl has been employed a*a Green Cove Eastern Star Chapter I facilities and road what they need to bring students up to
Largo about $ mile south of Starkeon were burned. flight nurse with the Life Flight proper then it.. .
!standard
45. the Northeast Florida HomeBuilders well as'the get -
maintenance In the
The trio were taken to the Reception county as
SR and that in addition to
100 van
Helicopter service based at Baptist ""Standard should be kept high,"
Association and the
marijuana contained 100,000 Metha and Medical Center near Lake Hospital Jacksonville. Clay area's future transportation..
Butler Monday, Aug. 11, shortly after Citizen Coalition. needs. Smith advocate
qualude tablet Marty Bale Green, RN. RPM, .
Bennett received a B.S. In Industrial .
being sentenced by the court.
On Monday, Aug. 11, Judge R.A. received herwlllJa.A airman certificate
trio The trio face similar charges St. Engineering from UF and aMa.ten
Green Jr., sentenced the to 3C and Baptist Medical Diplomaat
of Business Administration
In the marijuana Petersburg, according to police
years on the Commencement Ceremony I
from Florida Atlantic
degree Univer
charge of trafficking in marijuana.In record In that city. :'honoring the graduating Flight '
addition the trio fined 2,181.M8 According to Florida State statute sity.He
was Nurse for "Life Flight"Monday,July said his main If
which the court stated In making the the trio may not be released from 21 at Baptist Medical Center. priorities
elected will I be road maintenanceand
order for the fine that the figure was custody, if they are arrested on other Life Flight, a'24-hour-a-day airborne :
construction clean In-
derived from twice the potential gain felony charges. emergency service.w dustry to Clay County attracting developing

expanding the county's agricultural .t
I interests developing a county-wide
garbage collection system aDd
replacing JEA service with Clay '
County co-op or Florida Power Corp. FRESHFrom I'
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Jim Clay County Latlett Planning,Building and )14 b to

Zoning Director Jim Catlett has PS2
rutted for the County School
District Seat. Catlett
rq 1 + jY jYT jYt I Ie a life-long northeast Florida resident 43
and is a UF graduate. He 1* a 4
member of the American Planning Price Varies Dally 0"' .
Assoc.. Florida Planning and Zoning According To Size Available a
Directors Assoc American Society!
of Planning Officials, Urban Land We Do Accept Food Stamps
Use Institute and serves a* a
M ,?: r'.? Secretarial Appointee to the Florida
Planning and Management Council of
r-* ; ,- the Department of Community Affair
*. PERRET'SFishinll '

H.A. 'Buddy' Bishop Scholarship Fund Set board Catlett member said his will main concern priorities restoration a*a-.

of home rule to the school board
Scholarship Fund... Harold A. (Blah) Unchel of Atlanta. and the acquisition of"no.atrlnls.attached" Hunting
Bishop III and his mother, Mr*.Lillian Bishop of A recent gift of (29.000 from Southern state and
federal
Starke were present as a to Telephone Supply Company of Atlanta has .money for use within the
establish a Buddy Bishop Scholarship Fund in established scholarship fund In of system. He said "the State must Shop .
a memory relieve the burden of . _
the UF' College of Business Administration. in the of building schools ) -'
H.A: "Buddy" Bishop Jr.; University "
L-R: Blsh, Mrs. Bishop (widow), Dean R. F. Florida's College of Business Administration. from our property tax base allowing ? SR 21 N : ..47.338Q1OPEN "
Allied Co. President Joe t' our local school board more freedom I sr ,'l ri
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Lanzillottl, Telephone Additional gifts from H.D. Ledbetter and the j .t 4I i _
T. Ford, Little Rock Ark., and Southern Loren M. Berry Foundation of Dayton, Ohio has with salaries, books" support services 5:30: AM 8:00: PM Sat. 4:30: AM 8:00: PM ."
Telephone Supply Company President A.K. brought the fund total to'26,500.OHIGH and equipment.

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Page sB August IMO
I Cue Is serving a life sentence from nection with the robbery proved to be Walnut Street In Starke, Tuesday,
News BriefsParking KII Man Dies St. John's County for burglary and false Information.No Aug. 26 at 5:58 p.m.
4 Huff In WreckA breaking and entering.Amis,32 at the arrests had been made as this Police records show a 1977
time of his death, was serving a life paper went to press although record Chevrolet sedan operated by Samuel
miles south of Starke In the Junior 53-year-old Keystone Heights sentence from Broward, County for show several suspects were questioned .Lee Williams 24, of Starke was
Lot Mishap Food Store lot off SR-100 man was killed In a two-car accident first degree murder. by the local sheriff department. traveling north on US Sol and a 1977
Saturday, park 11:25: a.m. and four, people were Injured In the Nor date has been set for Cue's trial. i Mercury sedan driven by Carol Linda
Costs S575 Florida Highway Patrol records! wreck on CR 20 a mile west of Melrose The Grand Jury Is expected to be Coleman 34 of Rt. 1, ''Box 3%,
No one was Injured In a two car ac- show a 1976 AMC sedan operated by Tuesday, Aug. 36, at 8-30: p.m. called back In session Tuesday, Cars Collide pulleldout from off.
cident with $57S damage to the Geneva L. Edwards,24, of Starke had Florida Highway Patrol records September., when it Is expected to ,On S. WalnutNo S. Walnut Street, striking the !
vehicles involved Thursday, Aug. 21, backed out of the grocery store parking show a I960 Chevrolet operated by take up the case of Lake City In-: Williams' car In the right side. \
at 10:10 a.m. on the.Tenneco service lot heading west. That car started Terry Li ''Guido, M,. of Keystone suranceman Leroy Morrell who was one was Injured In a two-car accident No citations were issued by police. :
station parking lot in Starke at the forward heading east and ran into the Heights! crossed over the center line robbed Friday, Aug. 8, by a 17yearold with $1,050 damage to the
corner of US-301 and Jefferson right side of 1979 Ford sedan driven of CR 28 and collided with a 1978 Dat- Juvenile with a knife of $490 In vehicles Involved on US 301 at South See Page 7B
Streets. by Denise S. Fielding,20,of Ltva Oak. sun B-2IO driven by Samuel J. Hum- cash according to a spokesman for More Brief*
Police report said a 1976 Chevrolet Fielding, according to the highway phrles of Keystone Heights, who was the state attorney's office.

sedan operated by Rachel Thomas, patrol report,had stopped after enterIng killed. Laurie .... .u .. -- -..- n
show Guido .
Jr., 24. Sandersville. Georgia, was the parking lot. Records ( ,
travelling south in the parking lot Gustafson, 25, and her two children Thoni Station MAKE MONEY: : '
when a 1977 Chevrolet sedan driven Nicholas, S, and Leah, 3 months,were .
by Joan C. Richards 45, of Starke, Backing taken to Alachua General Hospital In Robbed of CashA : : 1 11NCaY
Improper
after getting started to turn right Gainesville where Guido was veteran service station clerk was' PREPARING
and struck the :Thomas car In the left Charges in Mishap operated on for a broken pelvis. The robbed at the Thonl Service Station
Gustafsons were treated In the located S miles north of Starke with
$1,500 damage was recorded In a 1 : TAXES.
Patrolman and released after ,
room
emergency
Richard A. Bennett two-vehicle accident Saturday, Aug. the robbers escaping with an undeter- ,
cited Richards for violation of right of 23, at 10:30 a.m. with no Injuries .8 treatment.Trooper Ken Cooley reported that mined amount of cash Monday. Aug. .. --. .. ...... --- 1 .- '

way. mile north of Starke on Old Lawtey the two women and two children were 25 Bradford. : Enroll In the H&R Block Income Tax Course now. i i. '
Road. headed toward Alachua General County Sheriff's Department Make money during tax 11m. Comprehensive course ,. i .
Florida Patrol records records show a white male approached H&R Block Instructors .:21
Highway experienced
Hospital because Nicholas had been taught by begins. ::
4 Locals ArrestedFor .. .
veteran clerk Sue Gault, 71, "
show a 1971 Ford sedan operated by lOOn In your area. Send for free Information 'I1l
bitten on the ear by a dog. :r
of Starke and asked the clerk who
Stealing TruckFour Phyliss Lyons Warren 18, of Starke Humphries death was the 34th traf- Classes. begin __ _. and will be held :; ';'
Old has worked on and off at the service
was travelling south on LawteY'Road fic fatality of 1980 in Alachua County. In area locations.
Including
Brooker residents
station for 17 for the station's
when 1974 Ford station wagon years .
a
one male juvenile, have been arrestedand driven by Elizabeth T. Crawford, 44. Charges are pending In the wreck., money.Records. r--------------. I
formally charged with the theft of of Starke, started from a parked position i- show the robber got out ofa t I .
a vehicle stolen from a Polk Countycar and backed into the right side of Inmate IndictedA car that Is reported to have includedtwo I HaH BLOCK I I. "
dealership four months ago, the Warren's car. other males and a female who 1:1:
climaxing a joint investigation by the K.G. Etheridge cited Florida State Prison at Starke In- stayed in the car. The lone robber told WHO COULD BE A BETTER r
Bradford and Union County Sheriff'sDepartments. Crawford Trooper for improper backing. mate was Indicted Monday, Aug. 25, Gault to ."give me the money on a INCOME TAX TEACHER? I E i5271. -,
by the Bradford County Grand Jury count of 3. .Water It. 'torlt.,PI.- :: ;3t 1
Records show deputies arrested for first degree murder of another in- According tb BCSO records, the I '....2.. I .' l' L
Casey Lewis Clark, 18, Wednesday, Auto Backs mate. robber then cut the telephone wires 'Please send me free Information about your taX v = f
Aug. 20, at his Brooker home. He was Lorenzo Cue, 26, was indicted for before getting back Into the vehicle preparation course,and how I can make money. .,
released on a (MO recognizance bond. Into $675 MishapNo the March 19 stabbing death of fellow which was identified as a Blue and Name P ::
Two male adults and a 15-year-old one was Injured In a two-car ac- convict Henry T. Amis. White Cougar with no license plate 1 .
Juvenile were arrested, Thursday, cident Friday Aug 22, at 10:32 a.m. Prison records show Antis was which was observed heading south on I Address ..... .
Aug. 21, by deputies. Ottis Ellis 48, with $675 damage done to the vehicles found in Ms cell after an argumentwith US 301. City"
and his son Matthew Lee Ellis, 20, involved In Starke on US-301 at Jefferson Cue. Records show Gault waited 10
were arrested by deputies (in connection Street. Amis was taken by rescue to the minutes or until another customer I Slate Zip e ;
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with the case. They were released Police records show a 1969 Mercury prison clinic and later was transferred drove up to the service station to I Phone ,. "

on $1,000 recognizance bonds.turned sedan operated by Archie Dicks to Shands ,Teaching Hospital In report the robbery to the BCSO. ._-------------
The 15-year-oldjuvenlle was Crawford 57, of Starke was south- Gainesville where he was pronounceddead. Records also show that a previous
over to juvenile authorities and was bound on US-301 and made a left turn report that a weapon was used In con-
later turned over to his parents.
(onto Jefferson Street. A 1977
The vehicle, a 1978 yellow Ford Oldsmobile sedan driven by Louise .
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Courier reported stolen last I o. '
was 0 -
Glisson Parmenter,53, of Starke,was .
labor Siaut Store Only*
recoveredin open day
March 3. That vehicle was backing from Sears parking lot onto }
a boarded shed on the Ellis property CIGARETTES J'.i i
Jefferson Street when the rear of the
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near Brooker. Monday, Aug. 18 by Parmenter vehicle struck the left side f'AIEAGLEI. .:\ ,
Lt. Glen A. Moore of the Bradford .9 l TO.63e PACK
of the other car. _
County Sheriffs Department and Lt. No citations were Issued by police. CAR ,Inc ?,??. ,00'. '. .
D.L. Cochran investigator for the
Union County Sheriff's Department. '


Run Off Roads Raiford ManArrested in FightA Labor Day S a ;,:t't tUP

Auto Wrecks 22-year-old Raiford man was arrested to .
Sunday. Aug. 20, by Lawtey .
$3,000 damage was recorded in a police as the result of a fight at the .t :.
one vehicle accident Thursday Aug. Weekend 63o 1 'J; :
of at 5:20
south city limits Lawtey, .
21, at 8:15 p.m. with no one injured ,u.'.
miles of Lake Butler Hunt Al;
10.2 west on p.m.Police records show Peter Morgan A1111111111i ;
Cemetery Road. Huson arrested for battery of I lbr.1 ;
was .
Florida Highway Patrol records ," ,.
Randall James Higginbotham 26, of
show 1980 Ford truck
a pickup without
arrest
Starke and resisting
operated by Joseph R. Cummings, oil, violence. NEW .
of Lake southbound on f.
Butler was :
Records show Higginbotham sustained -
Hunt Cemetery Road when Cummings LOW N LIL SAO
a contusion on the right cheek. ..5 I
unknown vehicle him PRICES!
says an ran CHARCOAL .
off the road and he lost control and p

rolled over. Parked Car Hit JJ !- I \
No citations were issued by the "*' I
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highway patrol.Driver On Old Lawtey Road Art! V: \ I ItUTs.
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No1<< one was Injured In 'car-truck &
accident with$250 damage done to the '
Asleep vehicles Involved In Starke on Old I \

Hurt in WreckA Lawtey Road 50 feet south of Larry l II ..I.. ,:1:1"N..m....\':. '.
rural Street Saturday, Aug. 23, at 8:20: p.m.
Lawtey man
22-year-old Police records show a 1973
In stable condition Thursday ..
was :
Chevrolet truck operated by Mack
Aug. 21,at 12:45: p.m. in a Gainesville
after serious In- Leonard, 83,of SUrke,was travelling ,
sustaining
hospital south on Old Lawtey Road and a 1980
juries In a one vehicle accident on Chrysler sedan owned by Willie L. .., .
CR-16 2.S miles west of Starke with
done to the Involv- Perry, Jr., 22, of Starke was parked :1t
$1,000 damage car alongside the road with the front of t
g t t t I 1 t ,,; .
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Highway 0 : :
tion when Leonard struck the car in .. "
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show a 1974< Plymouth( sedan operatedby .J. .
James H. Norman, 22, of Rt. 1, Box the right side. OT. 10W-30 MOTOR OIL MULTI-POSITION CHAISE LOUNGE! 162 pc.8WIMWIAA! MEN'S SWIM-TRUNKS KNIT WALK SHORTS .,!:, ;
No citations issued
were by police.

rate 138, Lawtey of speed was,when westbound he fell asleep at a ,high ran 77 8.83 7.88 2.96 4.96 ::t [::

off the highway for 339 feet, struck a :
mailbox,then travelled 120 more feet, WAS.*** DISCOUNT .IC'WAII JMC- Wll.....- WASJJewasJAe' : :

struck a culvert head-on, went air- Vehicles Sideswipe Until noeenv... high detergent oil Durable vinyl tubing. In bright. deaontM. colon. SlaMprovtdaB Styled by lop maker In junior ANt pory/ootlon bo.ar trunks. 100H polyester double knH In if..,.
born for 48 more feet then came to 2 Men outtlcndlng eervlc at all.. frame folds compactly lor any carry, any ttor_ fully ..1.._,. Pilnla. paliwnc In In __ crt 100% nylon oolldi end plaldr Smooth tltIMan ..tf..1IIIIMge. -
InjuredTwo lainpcrMura..tocr.Mii gat ........._gtialai has team-padded rmdcail. _/...-.. S-IS ond8IIntng 'c S,M,I.XL, Img and HghtwMght 30'42 _. _

General rest.Norman Hospital was taken In Gainesville to Alachua vehicle people accident were with Injured$53,600 in damageto a two super prices! super buys! r :;;E

where he underwent surgery and Is the vehicles Involved, at 2:53: a.m. ; w Jr
listed in stable condition in the Saturday Aug. 23, 2.8 miles west of

surgical Intensive care unit, according Lake Butler\ on SR-100 a r .ILLS:
to hospital officials as this paper Florida Highway Patrol records ?a '
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went to press. show a 1980 Ford truck operated by

No citations were issued by the Richard Eugene Campbell,50 of Nor- .
highway patrol. wood, North Carolina was westboundon f:
SR-100. A 1958 Volkswagen sedan : ,:t. ;
driven by John F. Davis 52, of Lulu '..1,>,....
Dust Causes was eastbound on SR-100. The VW .ur' :I"c.,;';
was travelling over the center line IICI,,; ,
$4.000 WreckNo according to the FHP. The vehicles I/01 *,.

one was injured in a one-vehicle sideswiped each other. Campbell then 01 :1 -'
mishap with $4,000. damage done to tried to avoid the collision and landedin ", .....
the vehicle involved Friday Aug. 22, the southside ditch. Davis' vehicle I:!'
at 6 p.m. 1.5 miles east of Hampton on then spun across the highway and 38 La NTH CHLOIN[ 2-SPKD...IHCIf PAN tS-OAL.TRASH CAN BOYS' MINT T-SMMTS ""t;
SE 17th Street. came to rest in the center of the t: .

Florida Highway Patrol records highway. 39.97 18.83 4.94 1.67 :-I i '
show 1979 Toyota coach operated by Records show Campbell and Davis cut \
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taken to Union General WAII.A.M-- WERE.14tODH David S. Stewart, 18, of Gainesvillewas were Hospital AL
southbound SE 17th Street in Lake Butler for treatment of In- sex granular oMortna tormuuj HMmpect, Iron and Deck saleHeavy" duly moM'"l pl..llc. cotton triltl ass eye :3 t ::>;*l
on keeps pod s.Nt.ry..p 1Ing1 t" grille'' .S-.ring bude. with lei la prevent opuu.SiaAUCHLOWNI catching. dewgni Soy S-XL f '
HMV
following two other vehicles. Due to juries. A spokesman at the hospital
extensive dust Stewart lost sight of said Campbell was treated in the .0Y[' COLLA POLO Mow KNIT POLO :r.':'tij
the roadway and went into the ditchon emergency room and released. The a, s t A t r
east side of road. Stewart overcor. spokesman indicated Davis was 0 WERE O O7 'WERE 2.97 VALUES. -1'h I,'.
rected according to the FHP report treated and hospitalized for observa- AI *> ifmmmm i > TO" ::W. .
and rolled over on its top. tion. He was released from the Placket cellar ttyte lolMc Short clem knife In ....Id.. MEN'S DUNGAREES ".IHHtivt'J.1..atUL.
No citations were issued by the hospital Sunday Aug. 24. a ti striped. rnagular S to XL. Gulpes.. earn hip. IN BLUE DENIM 7 ,
highway patrol.Parking Trooper R.W. See cited Davis for OR NATURAL .wit
DW1 and driving while his license was .. .at./ :r.
under suspensionFHP A""" POCKET RADIO HACK TOWELS T.r'f!
Lot MishapTo records show the truck was wise S{ ,alw (
Cost $300 loaded with furniture, books, cargo, -2-67 9.88 3.88 "IN'a ." 0ftL0H .. "Yr:1
and medicine. wAsa.M SPORT :_.. [aOCKS I oty/eolton In classic. iryM mil '(SIu a
OUR DISCOUNT MIICS WA/I A.- HATa...' Pecking bait loop and sir_ '
$300 recorded in a two- t
damage was
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Superintendent of Schools f"II" i .1
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Vote County Wide KODAK PILM WOZ.USTtP.MINT ?
POPULAR MOUTrlWASM. Mint save up to 53% i ti
I have taught grads 7. I. 10. 11 t and 12 during' C US-tl/HO-l o>Cinnamon

the pail 10 years compared with my opponent who vouo H Itf1.27wsatu NOTEBOOK FILLER PAPER SMN-SIMSH CASUALS SUtM CASUAL BOOTS FOAM-LMaD WIDOWS i ,;
taught 7 years ever 25 years ago. I know the needs CMOKi. la/ 200 Sheet WAS ee*.'....................6ge oun
al our Hudantt.Studantt wine Ur 101SVIW.M --... 4.44 DISCOUNT 97 i
JU.TANGPOATfOlIOS4-PacII7fte .
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should not full b. pushed along from on. grada ta the other |just because they ae/M', emea- WIREBOONO THEME BOOK arses
In Oanulnc
are 'h.,.. They should b* proficient before they are promoted to the next grada 47 70 Shoals WAS 2/.. Xr-:...........2/8041 er.e.yw t.ewn nyt.n sonmrmed r-1t _; t_aksw.uMeay...._.._>.u VWMt Pr.it.'S.TaVTwStarke := i

When grading standards ore lowarad schools ore going down. DURWOOD SMITH wants ,:4. !
standards kept high end everybody (teachers, porenti and student) to work hard to Keystone Hats
help students meet high) ttandordi.VOTIOURWOOO. 312 Madison t & 100 J

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," ; :. "',. ....'/1t -,' BHS Graduate Breathes: Easily As Mountain, Chef

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;; ; ';, Former Stark resident Greg Gay Cooking," he wryly Admits;/"'has Envoi da Nlc*< originally published In floured rectangular pan',, filling one-
II' ,. began letting off steam.. by baking/ sharpened my oUfaclory senses'.' the Charlotte News.L'ENVOI half to three-fourths full. Bake at 350
.several yean ago when Job pressure Gay's restaurant is located near' degrees for 25 to 30 minutes or until
mounted and ca -refated frustrations Cannon Hospital of Banner Elks, cake tests done. Cool cake and cut In
4t began to skewer him. N.C., where he started work after be DE NICE a la Greg Gay half to make four thin layers.
y4 y.is left Starke In 1978. He decorated the 4 egos, at room temperature Meanwhile, to make both a butter
"I used to be a respiratory therapist revamped white house,,in which the H cup sugar cream and a mocha-butter cream
i and (I) started baking as my own dining salon Is situated to reflect the tt tesp. vanilla blend the pound of butter and cup of
therapy, k sometimes when I, had a patient I some Ole Fields of Toe entrees stem 7 tablesp. butter and cooled mixture in half and set aside one part.
,r couldn't help' said the 1972 BHS from Chinese, Italian and Spanish lib. butter Add cognac or brandy, coffee and
\ graduate in a recent Charlotte(North recipes, Gay takes special pride in his 1 tabllespe cocoa to the other part and mix well.
.. coffee
Carolina) News Interview.In Gaulic creations. a strength Fill alternating cake layers with
time Gay's avocation became his I tabteap. cocoa part of each cream mixture. Put re-
OppR vocation and he finally opened his "I have a little French cuisine l at 1H teasp. cognac: or brandy maining amounts of both cream fillIngs -
own restaurant In the Blue Ridge the restaurant..not much but what I 2 or 3 fresh flowers, attached to In two pastry tubes. Weave a lat
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-.ro; mountains last year1.:The sole owner do I try to do really well," he said. toothpicks tice top from the two creams to createa
and chef of Newland, North Evidence of Gay's flair for things basket effect. Lift and support one
Carolina's Ole Fields of Toe eatery French is perhaps best exhibited by Combine eggs, half-cup sugar.and corner of the cake with toothpicks. In-
now,claims he can determine a particular his Supreme de Volatile Cordon Bleu' vanilla. Place in top of double boiler sert toothpicks with flowers attached
gourmet pastry or desert Is recipe. Mounds of chicken swirl in a and heat slowly.' Beat mixture until to make L' Envoi look as if the .1
table-ready simply. by catching a Swiss cheese and bacon mixture and eggs are light and fluffy, IS minutes blossoms are "growing" from the
whiff of the aroma the culinary creation the entire delicacy is swathed in a by hand*five minutes with an electric "basket"
emits while baking.And ironically rich cream sauce, according, to Gay, who once knew If his Job was description of the dish run In the July Remove from' heat and continuebeating Chef Gay II the son of Muriel Gay of
completed only when patient took a 10 Mountain Times Visitor's ',Guide until cool. Cut flour into mix- Starke and J.O. Gay of Orange Park.
deep breath, now is assured his work .supplement. ture, one-third at a time, until blended. His restaurant located on Rte 19-1
la finished when he catches a deep Further proof of Gay's kitchen Fold in seven tablespoons of in Newland, which lies between
breath of freshly-baked bread'a wizard can be found in the following melted butter. Elizabeth City, North Carolina and
R heady scent himself Gay's favorite desert, l7 Turn batter into a greased and Johnson City, Tennessee.and .
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1 Conservation. Comments

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by Bernard

'''''' ; i Soil ConservationistPond

"' .... 'I ConitrticUon. Building a pond .before the pond fills to bring pH of over the site is during or right after a less expensive to build site
/; ," : '' la a practical. way to supply water for 'water to between 8.5 and'.0.' period of hard rain. modifications into the initial plans, i;
J. ", many uses. A well planned and main- 8. Soil removed from the pond site <, Soil survey. Soil Identification rather than trying to correct the problem
tained pond can provide water for fish should be disposed of so that It will not. done; by the Soil Conservation Service later. .,.
teaches production livestock fire protection, wash back into the pond. la based on the natural conditions The Bradford Soil and Water
'I'.C Former Stark resident Greg Gay puts the ftnlriilnf Irrigation and recreation.' An ex.. 9. Emergency spillways are not required under,wblch the soil formed. A soil Conservation District can provide
en a gourmet desert. court..y'11te Mountain Times( < cavated pond Is the simplest type to on an excavated type pond. survey can provide information on assistance to builders and prospective
& Photo by Teresa puncan, build. They are made by digging a pit 10. As soon as possible after construction the limitations of the soil for certain' home owners with site selection.

below the surrounding ground level. Is complete, establish vegetablecover uaes.. The Bradford SWCD may be con-
Sometimes they are the only kind of to stabilize pond .banks and You cannot use any one clue alone. tacted at 964-6280, Ext. 289.
News pond that can be economically builton berms. .To make a wise decision, you need to
More Briefs nearly level land.; ..0 11.' Pond should be fenced(: tq/control gather as much Information as possible.
DOT! The following are some considerations access of livestock.This will prevent Once we are aware of a alto's Both the Hawaiian Island
Yard BurglarizedLBYouth 'said Davis waived extradictlon In In-' for pond construction In this livestock from trampling the vegeta- limitations, there may be certain and Puerto Rico were pro-
dlana and was.anxious,to get back. to area. tion on pond banks,thus reducing erosion management practices we can applyto duced by volcanic action.
; Arrested Florida., <-" -*"" 1. Find out what regulations If any ap- and pollution of the pond.' help overcome them. It is easier

A 19-iyear-old Lake Butler was Bradford confirmed'that.the.FBI ply or if any permits are needed 12.. Maintenance. yorspond
man
arrested by the Union County received a tip Davis was working at before you begin to dig. carefully and regularly.
I Sheriffs Department on burglary of' the fair and two agents spent four 2.. Choose an area that bas'a'good gullies that may form before they
the State Department of Transportation hours at fairgrounds' before he water supply or where the soil will become large. Keep grass on banks in
yard on CR-229 near Raiford.. was taken Into.custody. hold water there should be at least good condition and control weeds. i 1
Records show Bobby Lynn Gibson feet of water In the pond in the dry Keep area free of trash and the fencein

was arrested Monday,Aug. 18,on two .season. Sites where,leakage may occur good condition. .
counts"of burglary of a City Patrol Car can be used,however, methods 13. If the pond Is used for swimming STEVEMURPHY

that included the theft of conveyance two heavy Involved In ,Wreck (clay, chemical orS; flexible\ mem- mark the swimming area with float
branes of lines and have life
) sealing are expensive. saving equipment
duty truck batteries and five
of : gallonsGibson A City of Starke Police patrol'carwas 3. The pond must be at east VSi acre In ring buoy, rope or long pole) handy.
lias. involved In a traffic accident Sun- size (105 feet X 105 feet) to qualify for The Bradford Soil ana Water Con- .
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is being held In lieu of 93,000
day.Aug,24at1:15p.m.onUS301atCenter with free fish from the National servation District
stocking can provide
bond lit the Union County Jail In Lake 1
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Street with $200 damage doneto Fish Hatchery technical assistance in site selection
Butler, the cars Involved and no one wall 4. Excavated ponds should be dug to a" and pond design. They also can order; '' Is NowCo.Manager

5 jured.Bradford. depth of 8 feet or deeper so that it will fish for stocking and provide Information
Burglarizing Car County Sheriffs Depart- be at least 8 feet deep after sides sluff on management for optimum fish
ment records show a 1964 Chevrolet In and sedimentation occurs. production. The Bradford SWCD may
Charged to Man,'22 sedan operatd by Kenneth H. Davis 5. Side slopes should be 2:1 (I foot vertical be.con.tacted.t 9644280, ext. 289.

A 22-year-old rural Starke man was Jr., 24, of Gainesville and a 1979 to 2 feet horizontal)'to provide 'l' Of y//,
arrested at 9 p.m. Monday, Aug. 25, Plymouth police car driven by stable banks and prevent growth of. .Building Site Selection.- Selection of.i. .
of
E.W. Wilkinson, 27,
Patrolman weeds. U Is also for livestock
by police at the Firestone store, 402 pond site'should be given.
Starke were south on. watering or swimming, build one Side ""Ia.-conlltructlon. .r
North temple Ave.'I. .. \ \ US. 301 when Davit changed' lanes .- at a 4keide.alope. to altowevoeasv ..J...',JcartfjiUbnsiderattont.., ,!nxnakinftyouc *' S/W Muffler Shop 'i'.v .IT
orda show Wayne Darden ....- inside .. choJo7BEW! ARE'CJ{some of the soils
Locke ,; the outside to the lane the
rom 6. Build 2 feet high berrn around
of In be After
j Rt. 2: BOX 99B Starke, ;the area"They can tricky.
the patrol car In the right HWY Pttt Sucfteys 984- 877
runoff from 301Just
was charged with burglary of a conveyance striking vehicle. pond to prevent enteringthe *few weeks of dry weather, the water' ,
front with the left rear of his
at the tire store. Locke wasarrested cited pond. table may drop to greater than 40 Inches -' ,
> according to police records, Deputy John F. Dempsey 7. Apply 2 tons of/'agricultural; and It may appear to be a goodbuilding
Inside Lincoln Continental that was Davis for careless driving. limestone'I per acre- on the bottoming site. However, after a, few Steve Invites all of his friends to Stop By.

parkedjat the tire ltore.Car good rains may come to theheartbreaking
3* realization ,that the S/W wishes Jeff Bailey Good Luckin I II
water table is at or near the soil sur I

-Stolen .. face. '. his new Job.
On Call Street'A V Heal Some clues to a site's potential Include
more ey from pg;>1 B :: I
brand| new 1980 Ford LTD was 1. Indicator plants. Certain plants

stolen from a downtown Starke street On April I, 1980 Dodson, accordingto plaints of Dr. 'Vey/ Rappenecker are naturally associated with certain
from the Bradford
parked across sites. Cypress trees, of course, mean
made clinic President
by out the "
a report pointed appellate court will --
County: Telegraph office Monday, Rev. George L. Harper to the board of clearly be required to answer the a wet site. But some'other plants ,.... Il'
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Aug. 25; adapted to wet areas Include, wax
records directors at the April 1980 meeting of question: Does Dr-.. Vey have an
Policy Co-publisher John the clinic board, notified clinic attorney automatic hearing without regard to myrtle, sweet and black gum and
Miller went Inside the newspaper office maple trees, and small as
Rappenecker of whether it Is
Stephen for hearIng
approprltae a -
West' Call Street to attend to Longleaf
on ,
the rushes and
sedges. pine
that
Gainesville order of dismissal
he
an or must show the hearing officer
and when he returneda
some business and turkey oak prefer drier sites.
has been Issued by Dodson as a result'of as anyone else'that he has a
short time later the brand new 2. Ask around.: No one would knowof
held in Tallahassee. The
to be heard before
a hearing right the state
maroon.;Ford 4-door LTD was miss-. a site's potentials or hazards better
order stated that Dr. Vey had 20 days Department of Administrative Hear'
Ing. ': In which to the than the folks that have lived near It
ruling.
The vehicle has the license appeal toga .
plate __
for a long time.
The board received word that at a Vet also has pending In Federal
RYU-49. second hearing Dodson reversed his United States District Court in 3. Inspection. The best time to ,look

ElgjUh FSP Escapee position by stating that if the case had Jacksonville. a suit against the
not come to him via the First District Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic
Found. at Carnival Court of Appeals "I would support Inc., Dr. Lennon and the District 3
: motions to dismiss Dr. Vey'a peti Mental Health Board In Gainesville.That FLORIDA "
'A Jfryearold Florida State Prison tion." suit seeks million dollars from '
Inmate was recaptured by the Dodson, In his order reversing his those parties. No date had been set for'' THEATRE .. .
Federal Bureau of Investigation position, stated "I do not believe that a hearing In the federal case. '
agentstThursday, August 21 at the Indiana a section 120.S7(1)B( is the proper- Starke-SS4-6451
State Fair where he was workIng forum to resolve employment "T Your old officetypewriter .. ; "
at carnival booth. disputes between a private employerand Fri. thru Tussr ':
Kenneth Wayne Davis was taken I Into their employees.' Dodson added,
custody by the FBL "the court however, has spoken in is worthat .
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He originally was apprehendedAug. this matter and whatever the wisdom ,ttIIN"
1* along with two other FSP Inmates I of its holding the decision I Is the law in' I
least $1
; on charges of robbing a this case." a pound
grocery store in Fairmont. Indiana. Dodson,' Iheretore} denied motions ,,. ftljt!.

Davis la the eighth ealscap by. the Bradford-Union Guidance i toward 'the purchase ,
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recaptured after the Clinic, Inc. to deny motions for a new I lllll N114D';
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Aug. lat FSP. hearing. I ,
Malcolm Leo Scarborough. 41, and Rappenecker told the board by letter I .'\' of this new '
Dale Elmore, 38, were arrested that he was going to file a motion'I : '
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Tong ad City Indiana police about 20 for reconsideration d ask Dodson to :

minutes. after the Fairmont robbery.. reconsider In light of the argumentthat I : SMITH-CORONA
While officers were taking Scarborough the district court mainly sent the 1t
and Elmore Into determination at the ,
for
letter down a :
Davis?although< handcuffed escape- base level. t (.....APARA.'IOUfiTP1C1URifOl. Model 8000. 1 '
FSP inmates still remainat .
Two3>ther The clinic attorney suggested it '. ; I
large as this paper .went to pres. would be appropriate In his brief to ...... .
Harvey Michael McElroy and James ,certify question to the First District Broken in or broken down; 1 ,. '
Nelsort Shearer. 47. are the ones that Court of Appeals as to the extent to ] If! '
have not been recaptured. which he must go In hearing the com- 301 DRIVE iMFrl. .working or not-it can help 'lj, ,
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DOC spokesman,Vernon Bradford I you own a new Smith- j... t" .
Corona.. Model ,8000. I fit """" W. t. .. .. '.

REAL ESTATE ,,. thru MOB... ,lis' weighs 40 lb$.. we will lake /it./:-' ', .'' o' 1
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GENE REESE, .:.r 11I1IV'rrn"r't ', '
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want 10, help youbuy ;t\
'I-(. r .. modern highly efficient .. ... ,
i'The Dew Teaw.M school .. : : /JIi:} ?
THOMAS .METALS- -- JI' )I).' super ..tough .cartridgevJoadlng i',. ,
of soot 1stele : 1'ttldles
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Metal, Culvert Pipes For Driveways'And Drainage r 1 )how with \a touch and a tap r/' 1 .... '" ''
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In Mitered End Sections e 0 youcanswltchc.tbonnrm. '
Specializing And Elbows
1"'i* -. ; ".,. "i fabric, colors and correction'film.THE : '" 'if; .

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Flu Vaccine Ready In October Says HRS Farewell Party Q jt

For S.D.A.. Pastor :"}h .i
County health official announce age who have chronic, health problems ((1'1 i:
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that flu vaccine will be available that may lower resistance to Starke Seventh Day Adventist "' .-::" '.W" pfe! .,, 1. t'JI hT'N''

again this year-beginning In 0c- complications of the disease. Church had a farewell all day swim lVAOt.. ..'..;mr--\ .. t .. J \' .

tober. Persons 28 years old and older will ming party for pastor and 1If1'L! Mn.' 'UWB ;1.; I"rIIe: e a.e '9f; died ,'" '. ,> r"li-, '

The new vaccines will be purchased require only a single dose. Those George Green at Mr.'and Mrs:W.K. Sunday' In Holmes, .V. Born inBrooklyyn R.D.''Lawrence,, tJi\:\ -. ,.Jof. .

through a federal grant just receivedby younger than 28 may require two Swllley's home on Twin Lakes at In- In 1889 aha moved back to Butler died Sunday at :;t.b*"AJ h-. ,; .' \pitill,1i'3 A lm"vittfsfllslaaftslt

the Department of Health & doses unless they had at least one terlachen... Pastor Green is being N.Y..over 2 because of ill GeneraUHoopitaL.Born, 'I ia'fi'.eowgtft.n\ / ,, Il-

Rehabilitative Services (HRS) and dose of the tri-valent vaccine used transferred to Cross City. :t health ,having years lived ago In Keystone Mr. Lawrence' was in .thenurserybusiness InM& .

will be allocated to county health during the last season. Fun and eating was enjoyed by all, Heights since 1047. Her husband ) in, Miami befor moving( > M..1'attner.W..oatift Cohun-

departments and also made available Children younger than 13 years old pastor Mrs. George Green, Mr. the late Frank N. Price. She was Lake Butler In'18W. He vat,very active but City and'*JU .long of thus

to private physicians upon request. will receive the split-virus version of Mrs. Russ Nail Rusty Betsy,Mr.ft member of the Keystone was a In. community affairs/ad. *, area. SLe wMUwdM <
According to Dr. Rubin of the new vaccine which Is known to Mrs.Donald Jackson Dennis Mr.* Church. Heights member of the Faith Baptlat'C' erahy, .illl l'"AIona4tRobertIall4: fIa JLee

the Bradford County Heath Department have fewer side effects in children. Mrs. Joe Martinez Mrs. VelmaMasher Community and '. Survivors include,bis widow. Mrs) Kirby Roberts,Mrs, Taacw Yi"' 114 her
2 3great
Surviving are grandchildren
the new vaccines are for- than the whole-virus type. Mr. Mrs. 'ErIc. Taylor, erarKtchUdren.Y Bertie E. Lawrence of Lake Butler 1 husband J.Jfc 'T nn rft>inMd >land

mulated to give protection against the No charge Is made for vaccine ad- Marie It Fran Innocent and Bill ft Graveside funeral. services ton,Dr. Randolph,Lawrence,Jr of, operated sake' li&hWay

flu virus strains that are expected to ministered by the county health Angle Swilley. Summer ft Andrew held at S were in' Louisville Ky.i 1: sister Mrs.,Abatis. ;.tt,'Lake ,.1,.. y aatei',ChW ,

be dominant during the coming clinics but private physicians do yandenberghe. p.m. Wednesday, Aug.27. '. '. ii1,t"JaQ"UlHiptoecbebee+ and :?- a.s.rra s
'With :
a proflonal/ea. Keystone Heights. Cemetery ; .,*, ..11. ;r! l I-Iti'Wj,'
charge andsops.
winter: A/Brazll/78, A Bangkok79and Pastor Green will be missed by alt C. FriedUn. rAg1 :
.Rev. of theCommunity
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Buddy pastor "wele' ""'
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B/Singapore/79. Dr. Rubin urged persons planning Funeral services ,befd Tues 'SUI'Yavank :_,,
Dr. Rubin said the vaccines are to get the shots to do so early in the Church/ officiating: 'lay at 2:30 In the Chapel of Archer: ,' ').B.'TarmfII'It" W .,ICrJII,
DeWitt Jones Funeral
-ecommended especially for persons season since it takes several weeks .; . .: ..,. of the Homllwa.ln' i Funeral Home in Lake Butler. with L.J., Lake UtyB; ,, afel, ...... tler
45 and older and for Individuals of any for the vaccine to provide maximum \ \. ::. charge arrangements. Rev, Raymond. Baer officiating. Archie, Star.n4;>Qut er19'hIcl( ),

protection. ,;.1 cf'J."..., Cremation followed _.IJ ""Ill,.,.atERtetTk .M"IoItNIIIB'

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I .: r, .Mrs. Eula Mae Bull[; i 4: 'But&oiry.& : .ro1JR _ard."n4 n
K/ARte
IA 1 Mrs: is lal&&' e

; .( Citr i on/rdiRer. .pets. oeaglo.
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'Fula Mae'
JUST /Mrs:; Belk 78,, '[i it Lae "Qh, ,*6-e'pr0tMr7XMWg
Srol" ib/ Wednesday in-, Alachua QeneratHospitaJl /, 'Boberta.UQQb-2. ildreit
French restaurant In 1867 ;: : gx ni ft!
n t 1800't a man was responsible for criminal acts advertised "Real Live Turtle ) after,an extended, nines//.':* read a gnabfW&h&baKt.w. **

committed by his wife In hit pretsnes. Soup. Stars hi synthetic star sop.phins Owner and operator of a dresS'Shop !d< 114rs'\'l'BJIDO'II". wilt lie iII; UMkirr....$'

,and rubles& appear. she-amoved to .,Lake ;;:ButtervltonJacksonville .. ?, ,:naG' P.AJ: .:'! :

harper, titan. 'natural star. ', : 14.41onthlao. ">:r.. \ ::1,<'l OO 'iM'/'' iHr >d'IRJSt.1iII'; !

-- u Y 1M Keystone Area AdsFOR .. She ia survived by several1 neloMf' !A';28 Wfc&m! !fi* ;
; 'and Mn.':Hal 'Y. Matoeeof :
e.;; '.iMaast.vinaiisBriM:/ ; : f*( v. ; .

La k /i ::: (: 'FUnendMnWW.\Ii.: ,*I ka ter4 rst i3LakClty (

1 ,' Funeral services will. be field Friday 'P.M;.:fhfll1f4ar' : ( Allrgraets26.at

SALE MISCELLANEOUS WANTEDWORK FOR RENT FOR RENT .HELP WANTED .Oaklawn."at .11. Cemetery J..m. at Jacksonville,graveside1 in.V'': ''the tk3IWpll; a.u- Qi.8o&db of

*wttlt la Dykes
TWO ACRES near SIM 00 YARD SALE Corner o I WANTED Woman .VAILASU SEPT. 1-2BR fu* HOME FOR RINTl. 4BR 28A, .HtU WANTED Construction'. with Rev, Melvin, Owen' officiating. ,candies tgit1e! ,serlrlaalrit3ftsJnL.wip

near Keystone Heights.' Palmetto and LakevlevDrive wont house work, yard nlshed duplex on Lake C/H R A. near schools. laborer. Experience Interment will follow under the dlrec-: follow In the Ptlflhadai) sander

$300 down. $66.84 per across: from tennli I work any kind of work. Brooklyn, Immokalee 6-month .lease, no pets preferred:'Will train, will- tlon of ,Archer Funeral Home of ,.ake.Butler. the dlrectlorr aol +t4snhted'saner.

month. Phone 473-4059 or courts. Saturday. Sunda]y Have tool, truck and van Road. No pets. Phoneevenings hone 'ofter 9:30 p.m. Ing worker; Sandland > Funeral lIotn8fi6. : 30t;.- tarke,

473.4367 alter 6 p.m. and Monday. Aug. 30. 31 1 I far hauling. Can operate. 4732492. 3tpd 4732538. Itpd /2l Associates. 473-3911. Florid, .
tfnchg 9/4 and Sept. I. Begins at 1 9 small equipment. Am 8/14-8/28 F.D.Lv required. tfnchg .,' -

LAKE LOTS AND ACRIAG1- a.m. Appliances, fur honest, fast and efficient. .- e a ie wr w I J>. :. I :

Keystone Heights, owner nature clalh..rylhlngmu.t Call 475-172O.. Itpd 8/28

financed 10 percent Interest. gal I 4733149. Itch I WANTED HOMES TO Mil. '

Lots on clear sand 828YARD We are about sold out. Lotus

bottomed lake priced to SAlE-Saturday. Aug.. be your personal advisor YOU MAY, HAVE ISSE.1 .

tell from 9000. On. to 30. 9 a.m. la6 p.m.Around on Real Estate matter I ,

five acres overlooking lake from Woman's Club en 1 *. For professional real _.

(access available) with Choutaqua Circle. Follow, state soles and appraisals .

nice trees from $3,500. the signs. Ladies bicycle, call GREAT OPP.ORIUttlrIES
$300 down $50 a month. baby items clothes. Gene Rees Realty iI" :: :

Commercial frontage- cabinet sewing machine. REALTORS ,

Investment opportunity. 4732710. Itchg 8/28 473-7076

SR-21N. Ownersatesmon. THREE FAMILY YARD SALE 479-1233 SUNDAY'SCIsASSIFIED' GAINISYI.LIiNUN7
473.4375. Ifnchg 7/3 Five miles east of Keystone, Itchg 8/28 : :t
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AKC DOBERMAN fUPJ- off SR.100 01 Hlllcrest lake. BOYS AND GIRLS WANTED-- ,_ ... '. i i'I'-' ,
8ulllulllll.r of six., Free Watch for signs. Friday and pro-school og*. four and '' \ '\> ;

obedience lessons. Sir. Saturday. August 29 and five years old and all age SECTION0ii4Shy 'f1.;; if.;
and dam fromWACHEMEISTER 30. 9 a.m. to S p.m. Itpd elementary' school .!

DOBERMAN 8/28 youngster for PLANET

Phone 473-7193. tlnchj 7/3 GARAGE SALE Saturday. EARTH Outdoor Club. Offering

H"COLOR TV August 30. Corner of Saturday and after


Zenith finish Repossessed.console under Pay warranty.balance walnut from Grove Breakfast and high nook Orchid bar school.stools.across: core FREE school..quality programs.TRANSPORTATION education.Child day f h., :Sun's::C $sIfi.dj". : : *io.sii&Sp i; ,t1t, :


due $186.10. cash or misc. furniture and other pick-up and return of child ea v .- i r, ., \ ?..: "zt\t'(! .
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assume payments $19.61 Items. Itpd 8/28 I I. Included In one time I : M

per month. White, Sewing small membership.... Far i for .. 'op'Pin : i P
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and Appliance Center LOST/FOUND more Information call every day; grecif '

3527 S.W. Archer Road.Archer 473-2722 evenings only '.. .. .. _. 1;;:', f'P
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lOSTt MALI GERMAN 'Ji'Jr: : ,, "
Square Plaza please from 69 p.m. any ''* :
Gainesville. 3764466. SHEPHERD I'/* years old. 8/28-9/4 \lit ; iffl-
day. 2tchg r 'J'" ..,. :r. .
tfnchg 8/28 block and tan. answer toThor. ;: \ "
MJCaOWAVIOVENTouch..c *." Lost In lake Hut- HOMES FOR PHIORITV UNIVERSITY OS !FLORIDA mids, IINa.L"OOS. TYPIST PART G, '''"''' .t\of! ,
emplov> f model left In cheson area Aug. 7. Oil m-4431 tor currmt r oorl 1_'Jif4d1 a. .leNrw ( er3M. r ,r.
SALE of lmm dl t oiaartunlH > tP6httl.fehl7n'lie;lT ei :';1',ter. n.( 01/rM9-A .
loyawoy. Full warranty. Reward. 473.4816 days: .ou tS-mplovm ntOii >ortunltv .,
Variable power. meat probe 473-1071 after p.m. 2tchg Anirnutlx. Action" emoM>,v r. .Won RNS46LPNSWANTED numno: Aootv In Pedant TY.IIOOt I KE a POP :..tp.\

defrost cycle etc 8/14-21 GATOR SON LAKE Modem p! WAlTfRSWAJR! C mi.l_. Contar .'livllle -.. ,tlll'l .m.tI'1&\31\ '1'J.'f.wrf' .' .

Assume payment 18.20 LOST TOY POODLE. whitemale. 2BR. 1BA unfurnished.. e 1d ill .I. ,. ._ AppIpm/ .. _$ ,JMOSW.l.tPI'y ,"IvasrrlowNde.. .. gavrWl'ef..,,;{Mt..
per month. White Sewing :I..on.old. fireplace, deck central M.m.o-o.. IOSwdlhS. *>N.* Lr MH w owiior Mrs inursos c.lm" :M Ip1w IoI i,0 r.6"J: ."
Answer ." Lost air. 473-3473. tfnchg 8/14 caOOSTIOUCTtO.-J, .omc4oont full fl :. I. .
and Appliance Center. "Ashby. seas t1 1 Milns. SolorvcomoMltlve. / ,
12x60 2BR MOIILE HOME "". ma.I ookku,_ Mead Ipeel' .coll _.. Christmonftor (OU'IfTO AfM..If.L .
1327 S-W. Archer Road. Archer Tuesday. August 12 near Mot. ., .. r
overlooking Lake Geneva.AC. AIL BOAT apportur.l V n aeMtV S bscription ra/e. Intorvlow,377-tTl,. Tarea itor Sao ... .' .
Square Plata.Gainesville. Lake Geneva. Phone car eexr..1v., Nils ed JOa OU'O.a7S 4N7". 'W'S"RVII '... -- r
shed and other ... ionolaaOMli.a /or erkert. :e SUlIO" "' "_1'" ; "J :; 7
4732098. 8/21
tfnchg 828UNCLAIMED 3764466. LOST. FEMALI Itchg COLLIE near tras. $6.3OO. 473-4062. a eared flboralesfemtnabrf Apply 1 b a 0.m.scud.a1 'SLRVfYROOKRSON'C.It 'II.f :.=t'I.\ Par, 61.fiat.11.terewe..! t :::..,,ftut uN.eawc.nail : /r R.xb.:t. 1 ,..'
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llehg 1/28 3009 Its! "'' '-'-. .WIIII"OftRd. .vat .. >4 4,P*> .>> out -, .J 1;
SINGER Spring' lake weekend ol 44+.... .nq .._nesseue 'P"P..iw.nbor>an so. ""
Futuro--one of Singer' Aug. 16. Answer to PERSONAL for PULL Western TIME Bore.SALespeas0N STUDBNTSIft! M .' .TELLa....... background rollotol. tMTsan Hoodoo with fororomlnont S._',.Seal. .,,..Re. "Ir.D. .1\:,"!," :
Pr.Nrpwaan "
finest models. Does it all Chelsea. Please phone "tl .- ,...v.hour*.e.Ufuses Not comoonv. s/"Mvrpood WANTEDCPUMrylWee4esT.i. ;
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without attachments. Blind 473.4380.ltpd 8/21 I SERVICES oar ::. .n mne'jMwrMttw. >lIJ** 3>eoo, not NW utri it.mt I''f".tfl" i 1G31"ar1i4&tflltrrkZtl../

hems, buttonholes, stretch LOST BLACK LAB answersto i.Poo-noaoHoMo torms 4s I'S2.*Iwtwaon A9 r m. :'" '" ':t. .

stitches, designs etc. "Sheeba." lost on Gas CARPENTER: WORK .,,1 ,
Originally sold for over line Rood. Phone 473-3010. Remodeling work kitchen ., .

$300. Party left area. Pay Itpd 8/21 cabinets and trim coNve.tTtai.ei 'Ygl OATSUM fl910.m4f 19re 11eaea s'
balance due $141 cash or GERMAN SHEPHERD Found carpenter. Reasonable< 1***O.H.1HV, SCO. I ownerr. .HC t. \ rill... l,7deiPlliPY915Tr/ 11dtlg r .. . / :", clean :
IMf Contusion" eases htrp'r,000 runs- Offer _.. .
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no lr. mkln 37Oowty.
assume payments of at Spring Lake last prices. Call Ed Dempsey at mlf.", .I t9f. c.ll 4/a->>111' I '...... S 5lfoo..Cali, case 3>V>761 t-i ti erLlha.eturRwL .,
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devser ._,etc l .'
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weekend. Three four
month. Whit. 4732477. 7/3
12.10 per or tfnchg cviMMr( .
Sewing Canter 3527 S.W.Archer months old. Call 4734380. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS 1917 tOMO 0MANADA. 4> _.J f, =tntfiSVfv'IVAM"4! ...., New WJSDATSUM.BTIflGX-() '.r,'
1 ,.'". .I. rotouilanrku. / new s/-eckf/ .
eulo.relic. aa./hR 1aWo. .Alt. areal V Jr f'_ _eA32 -9tii'I
Road. Arch.rSquare Itchg 8/21 Closed meetings Monday 8 rrfar Leaks a Ivh 1lke ,- A nN.rller.ce/ bar, 6-hossi; 6739, .alev L7ril0, CNIf7s. 4. -
Plaza Gainesville. p.m. Open meetings Friday -79 OUIC K. SKYLARK. 2-aloe'. "' ,I 9r.f107.neL P.m. ''I' ) I,;
anomicci VM air condltleft d, "I _D.. ,._. _
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376-4466. tfnchg 8/39 CARS ft 8 Alanon Monday .irev 1' I : '
p.m. A Mater .
b..k ObM1 lpeK/re A WapN/, 1911 IfP WAroHEfR :
AM/"M. sirre .
flreb :
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TWO TWIN-SIZE INNERSPRING 8 Alateen 7 M ]7a-SMI Ir Mcrlf
mattresses and box- TRUCKSIt73 p.m.p.m. All meetings Monday In ; O.rt&slow ease mA a77-tiNw I eorrr//an.!/ )70.4431.$1.005 ow;, .'
bed frames Educational Community T5UDIWC B Dorado: s. I.DTllueo enWM' _...cvce p. "
MONIA. 19)1 ? ?
springs plus PONTIAC CATALINA. Building C itcwiKmf corKiitkirf with. teudt-oef. .v.. a/i, AfNlJ.M" '.1..C..u.t./ ?rev.... ;, i'4-M1serA' _4rwW9Nee cep Ja', l
(metal) with costers. Excellent Church. tfnchg 7/3. ....... e.II31..or to ..'..."..',-"'..lIvor" with red ," .. w'i. ......i.,... .... ,
condition. $123. PB tires., PS.Also A/C AM/FM.1973 Suzuki new PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING C..DILL..CII.w.. I ." TnNrlar., : ..._. 37./173. ... .. .Lane' while N70..OIlOR..NG.be.e. vi. stood. Can- ,.$7sea..s.IrpwesOnNe'-77J71'0.Me'. : ,,..,t''t-t

Phone 4733384. 2tpd and wallpapering.Phone rounrtewn.. L;.lo.Kt.rcf thor, powsir must 0.4 r. CORVA/R CONVeCTISL5. 19". ft' 24.'J.\' ..1192. c.... seas PONTMC OTO"Jas: w.rlw.51hire. 't'Hbo" '!
8/21.29 GT550. low mileage, lotsof 4732477. tfnchg '_/ OlftH-,' 177-MIS.. Iw resfpailan. Puws. reeve laP', :: heads and cam. 2 bcrrell, 54 it,
ray .. P'nt
extras. Rabbits and offer MN we.k..d"a.0/4L 11e "A 4 berrNl a1W N/.serer : '
SCOTTY TRAVEL TRAILER. 7/1O .. ,D'" l3!AfIJ1.Jl!1 1 I'J, .
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13' self-contained cages. Phone 471-3281. SECURITY SYSTEMS-DO IT Mesr_..Sam 3J1...... -.011'1
sleeps .
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2tpd 8/21-28 7C 7Chere.
4. Awning and screened YOURSELF AND IAVE. You ..... '
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ItM PLYMOUTH VALIANT, 'it: -" ',
room. $900. Phone can Install own '
"your f..J {. C
condition \It .
good ((20
473-2179 after 5.30 very and A,
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p.m. security system save. \ I J .
mpg). $800 or best offer. :,;
2lchg' 8/28-9/4 We handle over 100 security ,
Phone 473-2240. 2tpd .... '.. :
AKC LABRADOR RETRIEVER devices. Expert ,
8/21-38 4
PUPS-Vellows and blacks. assistance' or Installation/ 1BCRtlIINtlDPOOt. f talitv '.tfJt,,3....
Shots and wormed. $100. 1977 MERCURY MONARCH- avail obi.. Satisfaction ,.I2xY..._Ma/Nr..,an....NO LOf Ke0r. MM tat....M..' :........a ....abo_ ,,000 aw ... ,ROOM-Ir p'l1/46. /frmsy 7 I At: V '/,. .1
excellent condition 977M.":" : 1 bslhr' eerWl//owed./ 'A: : ')
clean ; : J .=r.c: = ;t.: aMaOhewK.
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Phone 47S-2023. 2tchg guaranteed. Hill's Security cf1d:: ,, p., /. ''' wNar.r. :
fully equipped. All leather -'.- "'.... fie/ud.d r.-. ,?- ..., f"t'
82894BUIlOINGSIIt Systems. 473-3349. Stpd ,r. TMr.374-4 Jw( /, .. 'lr-l''""" 1 ,r J
Interior PS, automatic .1 l2xM.eR..Nbale.. J ass each4"000 :JIooI: Nw3J 4

I All steel Ex. AM/FM. Will trade for 731.828CARPENTRY ..,rand PeR..W/ntlmeddowa PanCW ...,et. 54fae Tr.1464yWt1y.. Cast;; ; Dineen at.NW.- "...w 1 :, .,,0N1Innd-owrris Ma.EMf7". Ot, ;
clear-span buildings. AND MASONRY
u4tut.R..1" kerns corm be. cent ..._/ .... R ."'
older car with buyer taking me.11Ji Er ; .will"wr .........-,R .t.I.fIl. .
amplest' I 30'.8'.12''or' WORK Build patio, "ftif1N ,_. .
up payments, or will Mae: ,. ExPANOD s .... ........ X1WI..M''RcoIY.'IQI :3 N))xR", :
$3.992--40'x72'xl4' for Phone 473-2343. fireplace, addition con Mal & ale. _terns lot rea' 11".3./ ._. .. ,trap LA6T MOSSTN t t7U'PMIfN1Ali
f6,072--48'x72'x14' for negotiate. remodeling. Free =- a -..r A6 6 e.6.AC ReS.MnIODEDI'mNlPlasti1'1eW.ROrKYrIMla'/ 1 I' .
,904--60x125x16' for Itchg 8/28 estimates., ,: frarrr Oahesr/Ite./ $13,4ap, _.. E
W Day..4734473.Nigh..7B23906. .. ,'. t".S I. ia.'"",r r s sew.'P'd' l
VOLKSWAGEN In IraPI .1t..v.tI. .OO..II..LL. ,, 6 'i.
ex. RaAl :::= I
$16.037. Call toll free today cellent condition. 4tpd running : : downlewa 0'w/M.n6/ "
for M ter w/1/ rMweed : "
price guarantees. 8/14-9/4 4x70 2 eR/ty Ea/hc/ wall e-1. ; ;
Needs body work. Best of fNINIeM"erII.Lot .... DSO ACONS Of'L_. iI"Ss .
1.800-848-1370 til 8 p.m. LOCAL CHILD CAREopenings PrJP/1QItil1'oR1flt.6k/ 'ia11 /FSSfe. : tilti'StY1/1: ', $ 4r1/LLNOPPeR. .a.. ... ........ i-' s
fer. eYit.ll'SFt .
Slchg 0,789llDOUBLE 8/28 Phone 473-288 Itchg for 2 full-time/ .InClr.eenable/ ,;. unMn.n locioae.fita0.tlOwn too e3elfr C"OU.t! Acry Ia.alonl toti ,! wwlw, Realty, / N wis aviron OwaM. ':::ens4e.wneyy: I.s tiort.

BED WITH FRAME, children. Prefer preschoolers .. si37)4"214.0740. -v..c'r..'au/IRMr.... : ;._. MM/Ne REALTOR. .fsODOMwEAL OR77ryeI.f.Yin. sevortion 1.
7S HONDA CBI15S like "Reeler..ralK.. yetea' 014.332A averil-, .....-." 4 .1.'.
mattress, springs and padded new. only 1.000 miles large fenced ,-_. so": 2..... a.. 7.Ty ,', .!ooc... .'POUR CONDO. 'F uTVU.WPOtlPd '. : r
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headboard. Also gas yard with play equipment.Hot a.c.ttw w / MM .at 'rd
carefully", ridden alwaysgaraged. erntty. A take. ever VttsSsBS.KAUT.U3Bft2Am'' |! .., ., cant _ft.jM.SSfflS' ;.<"I''J.SsSS.r.aW_ >I ..t
and '
IVsland. ; ,
edger portable lunch and 2 snacks y/.euse ..
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i1o.92/.r You new."rents A614MICK, ffOME _. ... .....
Phone 4734062. 4734010. Itpd S32S 8/21 cash. day. Phone 473-3179.2lehg acres. of._t4WVlOl_..,*-..... .:.. r_'B". ,...'fo w, '.wJ..AwbNrleSpr.-NOV. iII,'i/-t715r-." 'ro--gaatKig' r' ;11401',' : : I'11

Itchg 8 28 8/28-9/4 :uc': .... .' '. -,'! -.J.XA'v-]! .: ,", ': .. ,: -M < )' *' .t 1'i> N, .
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S2IR FURNISHED FOR SALE RELIABLE MOTHER would ''' ,... .\..,,, ". ,, II':fj4
mobile, home. A/C, bares like '" ", '.'c.i .. ,. \'\fi ""
to baby-sit In her '. ". ,. "
yard, front and back YAMAHA SILVER home. Lake Geneva. area. 1 t ... s.W- ..t>:.V'Vvvft! : ;: :, ? !:,; .)I: -.,!:. :.,} jsr iSj \t. .: ':
TRUMPET .
enclosed porches. Lake Infants to 9-yar-old I >> :$ ( ,,, :
region. $13,300. Also 13' $230. l'i years, old. 473-2933. Itchg 8/28 t ,... .,. .'iL<. ', I. ," t.L.'fJP" ,II'''l'

travel trailer. $830. 473-1092. 2tchg 8/28-9/4 7 ANv/SUE/ WHITe Prenta ,., .,. ', 'c .:If'"1. #' t.:. ,
4732933. I 28 s ::"L/-- : .. 144 .. .t1 _40 ,
lepdS SOFA AND CHAIR Cushman cMN. Arm4Noci11M1ItOnd1Mw NP cP.alMrrRAN0 ..
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FURNITURE. Green maple, removable t/adefM/1y.1/..Ca//,171...... 'Call MYilrha cntl, .....etYRibeyr' 119M. AN .: S M '
reclining ;r'.nJ"
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an4.n. \ 'usedanc-C a n' ,
chair. $23; china cabinet washable slipcover Gold 1976 25'Terry t PIM eALL.c P'..... 1111..1, J" ;

$123: beige' couch In goodcondition and rust print. $I2O for Travel Trailer .' r.1-. .-P. Y... ., ,tens".' !\Irt&Mloo\'i9o.t.YI", ( ) ,!/ 1c1St..'(h'" ;2re riatw raAVe4..L.P3! Trad S. &.e.RLN.eO.eaYt/rre aline.wdl+ i.."It IF.C.U31HIQ.
both. Phone 473-4739 offer 3.r/9te. ; ,i
$100: 6 block with patio and Like RePR/OE BATOR '. Cm.oMo-iQl....faA,. ', .... t
awning. sues .. : ,
vinyl' and chrome chairs 3 p.m. Itchg 8/21 wh/10 .v.... Mews te 'Ktca .UII. eeerd twin.,n. S.. ,,,,, all for $100 I : baby furnitureand $lf PER MONTH new. Fully self-conuiiwd. are sets 3> -.,."...-.-;s..ess. 'condition.roe NnL L..Y.'faster sad./Pick.a7s a.4.. :Oe/ieyj= r ,.CONC011D: f"'O1 ..aMl-.4llr! ", ,
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Items; miscellaneous 23" console color TV under Numerous eitrsi. Ready ,r -.13 RivNwf.11Rf207. ,...,. su w P .. '\1 n.n..-fwatO "', } .
Ogeo Ek
for M.oeYl. "
dishes, and other Items.Phone warranty. Pay balance of immediate us*. Can be '" OAV'aED Cauclws wn*cnclirod .. an.111Sr "u.. loveless'2.t' eeard.'....1n0lre.4rg2aendlhn.I. WrLp '.1 ,flan. seen In Keystone Heightsarea. / /o loblo. OMCHNt 11.OUM 1174 N19rrNIM 114x. eke .. .. '' '''
473 4281. 1 8' $173 cash or assume 1 =. :=. 3"'as' .. jt;. -. ---- -- ; -*- >- :- >
tchg 28 uw or ami otroc ass. A/! all 77.4Ieare'4 ..... 'i"m
payments of $19 per ".. ,. ." .R/bN0- LAWN'.. ....... ...." .. -J ,.......o"IIC'-(- :J' :

DUE TO DIVORCE month. White Sewing and Saturday and Sunday f P9. Singer Futura--one ofSlng.r' 9......weed....ith oorthtanM.PI lrrrsl 0. ; ... ,1t' .
.finest. Blind hems Appliance S.W. Center 3327 Phone 471-2UO &fI Ct"OWf'JfIf..02.) .. _..,\ ; ...., =Eve'SP/Na. .......0.' ;r 2OPa oa. 37a.n54 N/er a.'h"(, ,"ON04 .eo P'M 73rlf..d."N''; : 1
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monograms, stretch slitchs. Archer Plata.Road. ArcherSquare or Jacksonville -. .Ce ......... .ete.trlx, clftt5___..'epe.t 1730.A/N.,:,, ''Mw.N7_.._..9/40.. ,.": k ,"Cal".'''1 N..c.'u" W tyy _"", 1/[' -1., '
buttonholes, etc All Gainesville. '.7>>..060'Mandayrhundav i sal: con ....MKTAL-,_. art- T .C.j'; ._ .... '' i '.'.. / _vwll. WleMfTY.fl; !:: _:,43Kr..... "t. i
without attachments. 376.4466.. rlnchgj 8/21 ,....-.. .. .' "t".. ,1' .-I.-I.I. .j \' 1_....i .:.and .
AMANA ;} okNr11 :' .ay/111Ir.e 'I''tll:

..' $300.Originally said balance far over ;,\Microwave oven., 9 months ;"I.<.- .. ':. '. .. ." -i.. J J.\(f/0ts ,Ca11374341. ., I ." ....."..". ;1, r
Pay due "
''r SI46 80 cash old under warranty. I J. '" ''C..-Y.- ;- i' I ''''
,. or assume Repossessed. Pay balance ,
ClassifiedDeadline Need

t'" r month.payment Older of machines$11.80 per accepted due payments$174.60 of SI9.2O cash per or : more -sln d? CIi<<1 I J8U1 }: ;

a* partial payment. month. White Sewing and 4, .Interestead'in-'plaeing-a' '.' r tiff : ,
t Whit Sewing Center 3327 Appliance i\\ ,
Center 3527 ,
S.W. Archer Rood Archer 4.$170 ..
S.W. CaU37242Ula $t8Xke. "
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j HOMES FOR SALE WANTED, PERSONAL FOR RENT YARD SAL.

FOR SALE!', .. ._. SERVICES
-'.PiMONOlAll.......... hog. PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished Set. M
..,; ." ;: : OOOD PRKFJPAifID/ I for us K Awg. 84. 1974
.... -. .'... NOMIitWhy"pey: wire, welded wire barbwire pope BIU'S SAW SHOP CompleteS efficiencies, and 1 Courier truck, clothes furniture -
,._ .- FOAL wood chain link) Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN' sharpening. service, circular BR ......, weekly or mon poll pans small
more, Buy direct from the free ..11_. MANNING MOBILE ;HOMI SALES I. hand carbide, thly. NIW FURNISHED appliances. carpets plus
FOR SALE HELP HOMES factory. Large selection' of PINC9 CO., 473-4922. 964.5606. Open ', 7 day' chain mower blade hollow STUDIOS monthly only. many mar Items. 6 9
WANTED FOR 12', 14' and double w....... Keystone. TPchg M. week h/ 1 ground and balanced. 2313 N. Temple, Starke. miles SI of Starke an SR
:OPPICI AND SCHOOL SUP.PLlle. SALE COMMUNITY MOBILI CHAIN LINK PINCImalarial. WANTIDt Mobile home ales .:- Leave at Jackson Building TFchg 100 CleveraettlM.' 8/28

>, OIPTSiSee Union MOMS SALIS US 901 Do It yourselfand end tires. Will pick u'.i. Supply Starke or Keystone KITCHINITTISi' One BR Itpd .
< County Times open. Mono MOO .MR 1000 INVILOPU CHARMING SPANISH 9TYLI3 North. Open to dusk.; I toen save. Installation OLiN'S MO9ILI MOM I H... Tfchg apartments pool. TV. AC. YARD SAlli Clothes,
*day and Tuesday 1:30: a.m. addressed. Guaranteed. bedroom 1 1/2 bath 6 Sunday. Phone available. Free estimates. SALES 9645606.' Open T ALCOHOLICS ANONY. utilities. Included. Totally
<.ta S p.m.,. Wednesday- Wo furnish the envelope carpet stove, central heat 964-8741.6/9 TFN. Pence Co. days a week TFchg" MOUSE furnished. Weekly monthly drape, misc. 401 W..
", closed''Thursday and FrlI and postage.. National and air" large yard two BtDROOM. bath cow HandyMan ,.. CASH FOR COINS Gold I.I Phone 964-9148 or 9647619. rates. TEMPLE MOTEL Center. 4 to 9. Aug. 28
"day a:30 a..... till noon.amiN 2024 Freedom Blvd. Dept. assumable mortgage 1 low crate block good llshlng. 94-9559. TPchg silver, sterling, dent.il TPchg 880>> N. Temple A..... Sept. 6. No Sunday. 9/28
PIANUTI FOBFRMZIRi97 P-..Freedom CA. 95OI9 'Interest owner anxious.ROOM WATSON'S HOIISI OP gold, OP scrap jewelry '- REMODELING BUILDING Starfce. Phone 9647357. 2tpd 9/4
KARR 209
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i I'' a bushol. Call 4tpd 1212.. 9/4 9/11 TO OROWiSuper nice Drive, Dunnellan: 'River Fl, VACUUMSi Many brand. Heal frames etc. J.'. lull I. RBPAIRSt. New kitchens. 9/20 TPchg. MDA lorrIo Kid.. ......"
f 10 PU WUKi Part-time at of new _u..... Used MANOR MOWLB Rood follow signs Thursday
order In at 496-2408. 2tchg two bedroom one bath on 32630.113 lOtpd 9/4. .. Ingtan 964-62SO TPchg.WANTIDt baths family rooms. Brick ;MIMOSA
8/21 8/28. home. Webiter America's' 'large corner lot ((238X130)with ) machines available.. Parts 2 9R furnish.i block concrete. Fireplace' HOME PARK mobile homes and Friday 3 to 4 p.m.
' I.r5GALLON. Oil foremost dictionary company carport. Law taxes: S BR CONCRBT.I; flock, end accessories' I for all house 'In St.rk4aroo./ W,t specialists Orlffls Cone and spaces far rent. Phone Saturday' all day. B28ltchaPri.
and utilitieson ,
I DRUMSi$2.90 to $5.00eoch. needs. home workersto 'lots of extras owner will house, carport vacuum ._. 404 NW hove two' lchobl-00, structlon. Phone 473-2108 468-213.' TFchg and ..... Aug. 29 and
I Call NAPA 496-2345. update local mailing finance' at 11 percent. largo shaded lot with a 10th Ave., Gainesville children. .*...6305. ask 10 r or 473-2978. TPchaBBWINO NICE CUIAN. real large furnlshed 30. 10 a.m. tit r? A little
3119 a/21 8/28 II.,.. All ages, experience GROWING FAMILY-SUPIR chain link fence near shopping phone:J76-7110. TPchgLIMIROCKi Susan. 9/28M MACHINES 1 II apartment No bit of everything.. .Jo-lu

;i977PORO COURIIRiWhlteexterior unnecessary. Send name, BUVilow down payment. center. and doctors office. 20 yd. semi' WANT TO BUY a mobil,I RIKAIRIOi All makes children no peta.Relerences Motel 301 South ltork.21 ..
iport wheels address, phone number to owner will finance, three .' Mutt sell due to 1 leads only. ALLEN I. home. 2 or 3 8R. Wrlh" ''I i cleaned, oiled" and ode .required. ./ Itpd.

.._' mud grips sharp .Webster 1644 Bayvlow bedroom one bath air, health. Call between 5:36and TAYLOR Lewt y.. Phone C.O. TalbenY Rt., I. Be, lusted. $10. Work 9641071.128ltchgIIINOILIV ..... 9- .*.. Assorted nle-
3,100.. Call 422IO after Ave., Suite 1101.1590-J. '' heat, tile floors and largo 7:30: p.m. 9647744.- 792-3172. TPchgCYPRBSS 891, Starke, PI,52091.B/Ze I guaranteed.' James LAKIi waterfront nocks, clothes furniture,
.o p.m. Itpd R/2B. Toronto Ontario. Canada' lot.., II'" tnchg. LUMMRl Most any 2tpd 9/4 Strickland comer Morgan 3 BR home completely new Lacier wigs and
NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS M40 3C2. 2 tpd 8/21 8/28. For mora"Information on the New 3 B*. central heot/olrj; size, available 'Including' WANTIDt67 Olds Cutlass, Rd. and Hwy 16. TPchgE furnished makeup. 919 N. Water. r J
Mountain cabin MAN TO KIRP SAPP three listings above call- home on 8 acres In Starke. mantle' pieces. Sample Gold and Silver' A to ,E BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK available Sept. June, 9/28 Itchg fWemert'e
with flraplaca. Dandycordon CIMITIRYl clean year AAA Realty John K.Longlord. 30x24 ft. storage bldg. and .II4..X. Pawn Shop 964-8341. SSRVICBt Pump-outs. $300. mo. 1409-231-0294.
spot. This !Is a handy round) Must have ,' J,. 496-3BI4 trailer lot with secma and prices' Sawdust$3.70; 9/28nc, .. Residential, commercialI 8/282tchg9/4 ell else. *, Men
man ipoclal because It transportation. Call weekends and evenIngs electrlc.904-3t9.4004. 9/29 TxT'xr 92.40. RAIFORO ARIA lady I Ibabyilt and Industrial fully (lie..... COOKING ROOMS with air sites waist 30-4O .length ;y
It not. finished 'Inside 496-3933 or 43M043. Itchg .8/14 Itchg. ItchgI.BR. also available. Call 2 hrs Monday .... Phone 964-8131. TPchgI conditioning and TV. Varyreasonable 26-32 Girls all sins, kids

roughed wire and plumbIng a/28. Keystone Heights, 4. Only ONI BATH; :IR, kite\ ,, Stoohen Smith 4682624Humpton. Fridayi light housekeepln' I MOTORCYCLE RSPAIRSi Poor by week or MO ether things. 301 N
completed. Water and SICRITARVi Part-time. r covered do*. Call 8/7 tnchg. week.' Call aft tory Mined mechanics. month. Underwood Motel by Thornton Salvage.
view'of Chan
$3.10 hour. 'Mult be $2500 down golf'COli. UIIO MANUAL Hospital 3.3 miles north ol .
Starke 9/29 itch
the outside I 10 completed.! per 1:30.431.1359.: Itch,I US-301 South 964-6020.
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Largo dock overlooking Union County resident. ..."3 BR. 2 both under .6715 of' p.m. Beds far sale.Contact Kenneth 5/29 TPchg S.BOOKKIBPINO. on US 301. Phone 9647184.828mchg 1204 Blending, Sarasota

mini. You con live In It Desirable qualification: 6Os, fantastic home< call weekdays anytimeweekends. Matt. Bradford County MRVKUi f Heights. Bock to school
while you finish It up. Just Graduate from a standard lob 'Harris: 964-1533., 8/28 / 8/29 Itpd, Hospital. ......6CIOO. 8/14 FOR SALE years experience In all SMALL APARTMENT On. clothes, ladles. clathos.misc. .

S miles Iron Murphy. high school Including or STARKH One (left Roberts Itchg. 8/29.' phases Including taxes and I'. furnished near high Items. 1C-5. 9/29
J4.joo.oo.. isooo.or supplemented by courses PERSONAL Rd., 91200 down move In asi 9HRJMIFI Fresh. River Shrimp 21"COLORTVZenith government forms. school no. pets. Phone Itchg

dawn assume loon. In typing shorthand and -* "'SIRVICESCUSTOM? i soon as your credit Is ap ,fOf your .......;..Please console' walnut 473-7075 otter 9 P.M. 7/3 964.9514 after 4 p.m.
3.16 acres located on general commercial sub- proved. Call for ,.details call Dusty, Cheney. Green finish, under warranty tfchgOIVORCI 8/281tchg
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largo mountain trout |ects. Apply at Community "* MADE ....5133. 9/29 Itchg Cave ,Springs, ,.M4-9759. lIopo......... Pay balance -198Attorney's LAKI BROOKLYN
stream. Stream Is about 6 Outreach Coni... CCI Program B/14 tnchg. due '"6.10 cash oassume r fees lor Un. (Imekerlse) 2 SR, I bath OARAOISAU'
loot wide. Good B55 S.W 6th Ave., ORAPIRIRS1Free'estimates. contented Divorces unfurnished. house on
access.Get ".NOKTHCAKOONA.MOUNTAIN. ONI 2B8 NUSKUVAJM chain payments 919 61par range 3-Families'
Lake Butler Fl Call : Local' : .., .. from lake, central heat/air,wall
away from It all. month White S93-S29S) Stop parent
Sewing
Used week' like ) ,
Clothes
) saw. one toys, misc.4SOW.MedlsM
ask for Doris ,distributors for completelywashable' ,
Several good bldg. iltot 496-3662 nationally 'n_.' "' 50.00 .....7101. and Appliance Center, Adoption Pee t2Mi; Name to wall carpet year 12Set.
17500.00. II900 down Thomas.'1 tchg /28.. Mountain'eoblr'wlfk" 3527 S.W.Archer Road ArCher Change Pee '7S. Jack Nettles around.964.5663 ar
Oordsette 9/29 Itcr !30
owner financed.. advertised fireplace. Dandy" garden Square Plaza Attorney 14 !. Univ. 964.711.21 ttchg Aug. I'
3.75 acres located' In the FOR SALE Draperies. SAW Interprise spot. This Is a handy man ONI WILDIRl 300 AMP Gainesville. 376-4466 Ave.. Gainesville 373-7001. ON KINOSLIV LAKBi 2 900-4,00: ,

mountain This li ono ol !. fd or Lama special. because M I* not Chemetron. combination tfnchg 9/29 7/17 MTYPIWIITIRS Duplex units' furnished 2 I ; '.
the finest tracts w.have to ,,..OARDIN TRACTORS David- Stephens., 494-2219.< finished Inside' roughed hellark end stick elec- MKROWAVIOVINTouchmatlc AND ADDINO BR I Bath kitchen. living, I
oil. Numerous bldg .It.... t A Bradley 10 horsepower .S10OTFN.CRAWFORD'S. wire and plumbing com trade complete with flow, model left In MACHINES cleaned and roam.dock. 633.2343.020Adveitise
Perfect access largo tress disc turnplow rote tiller pleted. Water and the outside meter end coble 91900.00 layaway. Full warranty serviced.. Phone 964-6502 MISCELLANEOUS
cover this tract. 17500, and cultivator a,. COMMERCIAL Is completed. Urge ..*...7101. / liar Variable power, meat probe next to Telegraph. 8/21 -----------1 ;,

$500 down make you the tachments. Old but after runs tXTIRMINATINO homes business CO.I Serving' In deck over looking. ',IIIIft.. IH-XMI.BCD box springs .' defrost cycle, etc 4tpd 9/11 I I CAR WASH Coke w... :
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$350. 431-1114 and mattresspad. AUCTION HOUSRi Conslgnments .
now owner. good. mattress new Assume payments '''.20 i "
Union Bradford Columbia You con live In It while Vivo for MDA. Saturday, Aug. '
These ore a few of aver 6 p.m. TFN 8/28. ., .. 964-7929. B/291tchg per month. White Swing welcome. Ivory
PACKAOI AND WHISKBYBTORIi Counties. 496-3986 Cob finish II up. Just 9 milesfrom IVt 30 Handy" Way Food Stare :,
2000 listing Wo have all 9/3 acre prspertyi and Appliance Center. Friday night. 964.6527.6/7
typos ol property from for tale. Call lect. 7/3 TFN CHO Murphy. 924,90000, miles' eeet of Sterke, 3527 S.W. Archer Road Archer 4tchg 8/28. corner 301/133 Lawtoy, j
$500 per aero and up. Wo 496-2314 or 4962800. Itchg NEED RIDI TO LCCifrom full ".000 down. ..."m.loan. price .2.... firm. Square Plata WILL BABYSIT In my home. ,Ia. 8I2I1Inc' 'I
for time
have small tracts, wo also 8/38. Lake Butler 3.16 acres located on..large ""n.aa}Itpd Ga 1n..v 111.. 376-4466 You leave them we love
.... Call 496-224B or
have several cabins, MICROWAVIOVIN cia. mountain trout stream. MARLIN SOxM/n w/scopo tfnchg 9/29 them. South '100, 964-7253. Happy Birthday .;.
houses, old farms, ..tc.WIt. fouchmatlc model left In "496-2347. leave number 828STAlVirs ormessage. Stream Is about 6 foot 9199.. Winchester. ., 1200 UNCLAIMID SINGER 8/14 3tchg 8/28. 1
Itchg F Sin
or call for free layaway. Pull warranty. SCRAP MITAll wide. Good access. Oat '150.,'z..I"t1ha1. 'u'uo..O" of Singer'sq2Itne.t CARPENTRY AND MASONRY '.J, II \
listings bl'QChll."OIl can Variable power, meat probe .. pump. models., Does It el Work Build ,
-'. : ':,'Sap; dollar fark 1 away* from It all. Severn.1c wove ree. 969.99., BearsJ patios From '
call free of charge by dialIng -' ; defrost'cycle.1 JeteAssume >', pays, .. without attachments.. blind llrepleces,, additions, Your Family 1.
l' 1 aoo 438-7421. Writ poymsntl'S1H.20" ;;. -aluminium copper-; Sided c Mag.sites. 7500.00.. drill. preen ,2"'.T., hems.. buttonholes. Stretch remodeling. Free I In tAe
or call today. Cherokee per month. White Sewing radiators batteries., 490 $1900.00 down pwner _:'JU-Cwel| .er ..Clydesdhle' stitches, designs. etc., estimates I Classified Section !1 Emma .Corey .ToMM : '
-Teny
Land Co., Murphy1 N.C. and Appliance Center, SW 5th St. Lake Butler. financed. clock. 9139.7 14 TV Solid Originally sold for "ovoi Days 4734473. Nights-.

28906. 3527 S.W.Archer Road, Archer Phone 4962773. Ask for located 'In me State, 949.99. Western 9500. Party left area. Pay 7123906.1... 4tpd 9/4.
3.79
UNCLAIMED SINOIRFutureone Square Plata leroy. Stchg 8/28-9/18. :mountains.acre This .Is ana a! Sadie, ..,.. A to Z PawnShop off balance duo 9141 cash WILL BABYSIT In my home
Gainesville. 3764466. 944-9349. 9/29 nc Monday-Friday andweekends ,I_
or assume of nights
of Singer'sfinest the finest tracts wo.have retell. payments
nchg 8/38 INSURANCEMAINIS MOTOHCYCI.il 1977 913.10 month. White 4 BR, separateplay .
models., Does It all Numerous bldg. site. *. per LICeL
without attachment Blind 29"COLOR TV Kawasaki' 400 KH 9490.. 2 lowing' Center, 3527 9.W. room fenced" In yard.
I Zenith console walnut Perfect access.largo trees helmets Included.. 964-8107. 8/28 tchg O
hems, buttonhole Stretch INSURANCE AOIN- Archer Road Archer .
I stitches deilgns, .'e. finish, under warranty.Repeiseiied. CYi 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake caver this tract. 97900.00. ......6086. 92IMHAMMOND Square Plata, Gainesville.' Ive's Day Care Center now GENERAL
Originally sold lor Pay balance Butler 49o-3 78. Complete $90000 down mokes. yet CHORD 3764466. tfnchg 928ORArISi open for business.Weekdays. '96'
$500. Party left ar_.over Payoff due $''6.10 cash oroiiume Insurance Service., TFN .the new OROANl end bench 96 Call 9648001.' CONTRACTOR IrJAX. l'

balance duo f 141 cashor payments SI8 61 These are e few of over chord buffoon ......1459.II PiANO./e Itpd .HA. M7-9991 CALL COLlICY
month. White
ol per Sewing Wa "have ol TOTAL electric cast U-r-Iek,' lie* USSONSt Beglnlngstudents
assume, payments and ClassifiedAds 2000 listings.
month. White Appliance Center, condition.Call and dark Muoc........ now scheduling./ .
12.10 .
par types of property from register In good .\tLWClIICOUAltANTlIO1....
3527 S.W.Archer Mood Archer Nell Mann 483-1173.' '/21 ,.
Center 3527 S.W. I I 964-6902. 9/29 sweet 1st ..
Sewing Square Plato, GetResults' $90000 per acre end upWa tpd large .lIty. 4tchg ./11IICUIITY ROOFING' t
Archer Road Archer Golne.vllle. 376-4466. have small tracts we DRAFtS U-Ptek lasv picking Open Mon.-.... 86.Sun :20 v,. Fiberglass..
Square Plano Gainesville tfnchg 8/28 also, .have several cabins,, Scuppernongs ..n"Muocod1. 3i30-4i30: SR26 (2 miles SVSTIMS..DO IT

3764466. ttnchg a/28 ... houses old farms etc ..... 90 cent a east of 901 to 200A See YOURSELF AND SAVI. ASPHALTSNINOLSEISEIDINTIAL4
i X.N'-t.JH: ] ;[ JUIBHJl e- - Bosom- 0 Poll fF Write or call for free listing pound. Open everyday 9 "1_ tengnacker ....... You can Install your own COMMERCIAL

-Lake) Geneva'-- ----------- ,- brochure.You can call free a.m.' Ill dark.. Lilly's' 47J1H1.MOIBI1K. security system" and save. ROOM ADDITIONS-TAR a GRAVEL
Lou'' LOST/FOUND of charge by dialing V1neyard Plarehorne' 12 We handle over 100 Moms IMPROVBMINT9
100 ft ft.
X 438 .
lest of security devices. Expert
1-SOO-43S-7421. Write. or miles Keystone STUCCO e BRICK a TONS
.. >fteatrtcted for 1890 aq.It. r I i Lana Border Collie male, call today. Heights, Highway 100. assistance or 'Installation SWIMMING POOL

minimum building ( black w/whlte markings, .CHIROKIIlANOCd. 2121.8/21 4tpct 9/19 HOME available. Satisfaction Plnancn5 Available. ..
size In Bradford Count .. I! lost on Los tar-John. Rd Murphy, N.C.CARS. TtXX WW AND USBD rtlRMITUM ERyiCsT POLES guaranteed. Hill's Security .. '
I Systems. 4733349.: Seen Relatetlng 1 to BreetsrdCeunty imh.
near Bradford-Union line. end appliances. Porch AM
964.8070.0/201tehg ,.ek.,.. BARGAIN 100 Stpd 731828.'
IS-1 ft CINTIR. US 301 South : :WM'
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i I 94-679. TFchg r
TRUCKS : 2OO AMI ,
BOATS 064-6034 I
ILMUMW PUTUR-a.,, windows "" ( .

Jai.SS-S49.I4hrs.O'yllle J dean, place plus INI: PEST CONTROL SERVICES I
1974 OLD CUTLASS" ether Items at .
.377-799*' 24....., I 16' TRI-HUU PI9IRCHASS 10.000 new .
Supreme Pull power, A/C. Center. US 301 the 11.11., 1C1IIII8 ... I
I loot w/90 hp Mercury Bargain .....
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I motor end Oator,,Trailer. new tI..... 91800 or best offer. South. ......... TFchg ''ka r Par Positive. German.-Ib. k Control< ..-. I

MOBILE HOMEINSURANCE 1 I Call D.'. .....dl.h. ., Must soil. 473-7079 ACRES of farm land good p. special avow" CttinM n>ts*. YISII I \AlII
; alter 9 7/24 I
TPPD. p.m. tnchg. pasture some limber, ..
I ., 964'7+'0.7/17 73 PONTIAC STATION \ I
fenced, with creek.. ,
I I 1In.O&AITIONIOA'.22SHOMEOWNEAS VA MEW
WAGONS P/S A/C.
P/B. '
1 Classified Adaget hp. V.hull. Vinyl top end 9900. .negotiable. Cell ..*...65211. 8/31 tnchg). 5 I T JILPAIM02-! $ !!.!_Tb!'__ Don't For .

POLICIES I many deluxe. --. 1.993-0937 days, er r rto-MMMlt use PlKHmMfnewsurface 11 Tepee a Recordl I DeadlineClalsifleds far .
AT ... remit 1 .r Just like mewl! CallGainesville 473-2022, evenings after 6 mount plastic. a USED I la I
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REASONABLERATE3Ham : :J76-361f. TFN. p.m. 8/2I1tche cover 929,09' ..We.. finance our awn. BANKERS DISCOUNT 'I. 18 noon Tuesday1984.TA23
----- j MTINTIONi Will sacrifice '77 CADILLAC FleetwooeVloaded. cabinets, 4 dr. used nice KIRBYS '
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rOlio's Mobile HELP ir Fish a Ski' fiberglass. Ixcellent condition. 940-75. Berne used desks ROYALS
boat with walk through, 94900. 933-2910.. 9/29. wood metal old glass. 112 6, Coll 8t -
SalesWANTED I wl..h'.1d140HPMMcvryfAEa.OUOTES' M front .be....c..... lei" wood EUREKAS StarkeWell

motor with power trim on 71 MAZDA with 1100 eng. lolner SCOO. Iff*Redlol. Arm HOOVERS
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Phone 004-5600 tlSRICAl PART OR], PULL Magic Tilt trailer. 9647901ar Past rebuilt- Dune Buggy.' sew Craftsman 9179.00. ELECTROLUX 'AUTO FURNITURE BOAT TIZZ1 \
from see- at corner Orange 69 Ford P.W. with slide. tocamper. ales water cooler .*..00.'
opportunity FILTER QUEENS
Elaine/ / M. Olin Agent home -'olng' wllh' _II. and Idwards. 92900.00. 712-=1. 8/. ..alec; motor .. various' SEARS VANM'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP 2" r <

t ..tees. building supplies..
No experience' required. 9/29 1_. Fast Rotary
Per, Information send '7 BOAT a MOTOR. Pisces 1979 OUMMOHUl9treck Oniigr .......... ,1oeIIa. king". COMMERCIAL ; 4 MUM South Of St'trka.Of301'/ Drilling Equipment

Advertise In the stamped, self-addresed 14 ft.7"Fiberglass' Tr/-Hull, new ...... chreme ......... doors, shutters, trim.mojiMngv .' We repair. ell make. '28 Years Experience
Classified SectionirWWVVVArVWNMW envelope. DVN-NAR.; 'Swivel I..". Console AMFM Radio with .I etc.A tow thousand STATE.UCENSED. .
INTIRPRISI P.O. Boil 36. steering. bracket for trolling .. ...._ IxwllOftf tend other Hems. O sorgo' :41"1' WE WILL BE CLOSED

Now "Brunswick N.J. motor. Mercury 900 .".: See et aredfaMCounty : Ricks' Salvage 301 N. Von. "a9s.N1s Funs M

1 089O3. 9/7 6tchg' 9/11. motor,alec start used an-. Telegraph er.cell ....*....1... 9/2 ItpdMLOtNt9 UNTIL 'SEPT. 1 :

THE SHUTTIRIUO LN IIIO-fhoto4 ..- I.. V' oporox. 4 hrs.Magic Mil' 9644309,964.... tfnpd $ PONY end tack New a Deed ,
forested In working, with trailer with 12"wheels end 9/21. .Very old square oak table.. :9a4lceerMef; Appointment At Your Convenience' .
furniture and antiques en 'All In showroom 4 oak chair, Professional. -ServbeDOZERVORK
e Weddings and pare. SterkaaeiUSMIConsignments 4tSal.PI"!
Monday Tuesday -Phone 964
e'11wn4 J"40 496'29'Annivern.ies Style Helene Curtis.hairdrier. :
W..J..v. Waldo
e Portrait 9-4. POP 9AL9: ....nIO.: 9729 2tchg ,
Flea. Market.. 1/2lltchg ------------ .
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'73 Chevy Button Wseort.end73 'tOBI' FOR SALE1 Mora with /

440-1 W.Madison It. Middle age .od. e.,..1 i I Crown .IrsHsrsew .. 9 ma. aid filly. 792-9449. "1 ctl.1 Piumbinq
furnish
Will
private roans
a.J20 .9/29 ltchgIYORALIC i
}, Starfce board and salary. No Churoh'..9t. 9rsrtep! ..1 CRAM LOADS 1 New InatailattonRemooeMntj :
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''*4.7udOor9649l49aeotrjcJApplianc drinker Underwood 0,1 '450 ;; D-7 Size
I' .. combined ,.;114. flatbed. Noose. :' Repalra. .
I .,.,k.. 9/28 '
Joolo Motel 1 s '
? t. dump on 61 Chow......3 .. I f*
Itchg. .... Hondo ATC Swheeler
.- 2- 90CC end 11IOCC 0 : IIIJl.r! > '
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9 tal'l0 LIAOUIICHOOLBAMD9 POW., w: 1974 ".000 will trade. Welcome rr LAND IIC 'PUMP--
LITTLE V-8 Enolne, '88 .; for junk... George .... &

IEZYIC47P14510 .Need. extra cash for yom NegogablsCalAIIM6PM. 964-8194. e/20ltpd Every Friday IITCHIIII SUPPLY

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(.Iifi""f.ImesOnionCl98lfl 633-2071 -. New two. story : ,A 'HlghtBffjNUT FILL- LInECCI4 COMPANY
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