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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Political Rally Set Saturday'in\Theressa :' '. : .


The Bradford political scene will shift to Theressa WI Starke last'week candidates were heard In the order they : BRADFORD
Saturday night for the second end final campaign are listed on the ballot; the switch is to reverse the order. CO
".peakin," before the First Primary voting next Tues- In Starke candidates spoke for five minutes. .; ** lJJy

day, Sept. D. ( "Come out and eat with us. bring your lawn chair and ..q
There will be a meal Oils week but It won't be free, like hear your candidates explain why you should vote for SINCE 1879 --
the Starke rally. Serving will start at 5:30: p.m. at the them says Elbert Hersey, who will serve as master-of-
Thereua Community Center, Candidates will "take the .ceremonies( .,
stand" at 7:30: p.m. The meal will consist of fried fish, hush puppies, Coleslaw t.
The annual rally slated by the Theresa Volunteer Fire ,baked beans grits and a choice of coffee or tea with t
Department In cooperation with the Bradford County, a donation of S2.BO: for adults and $1.50 for( children. Take
Democratic Executive! Committee Is a traditional fundraising outs will be available. till

project for the Theressa firefighters and attracts alarga Many people at the Starke rally were disappointed In
crowd. Candidates-county state and districthave the turnout of only 900. But some predict twice that many
{'been notified of the event and Indications{ are that most will .attend the Theressa rally.
I'//Will take advantage of this opportunity to present their "Theressa really turns out for'a political rally" says
I platforms for the last time before the September 9 elec- ,Mrs. Hazel Paulk.telling a Telegraph reporter to just wait Tire Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
until) this week to see a crowd at a rally. .
i.tion.All candidates have been advised that they will be heard Theresa Is in the southeast corner of Bradford County 102nd Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cent Copy

tn reverse order to the.way their names appear on the Just off SR-100 about halfway between Starke andJ ; 8th issue 5.t.\ .,... Thursday, September 4, 1980 LISPS 062-700 '
.ballot,! and each will be alloted. three minutes time. In. Keystone J Heights.! ;" .

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7,483 persons are eligible to vote in Carter,Jr., 52 a juke box distributor
the Bradford( County primary Tuesday is opposed by Lawrence Grlffis 37, a
Sept. 9, with Supervisor of Elec- farmer who operates Rainbow Egg
tions Neva Flynn forecasting that 70 Farm on Grlffis Loop near Starke.

percent or some 5,200 of the eligible Five people are in the District 5
voters will go to the polls. race to succeed Commissioner Hazel .

There are 6,938 Democrats, 439 Paulk who is retiring after five years.,

Republicans and 106 Independents Joe Warren 47, a former Starke
registered to vote for the primary and Mayor-Commissioner and schoolteacher
runoff election Tuesday Oct. 7. In the Bradford County school
i tii Four incumhents were re-elected system; Wilbur Waters 31, a current
without opposition and eight con- Starke City Commissioner and bull
rt r'e tested races will be on the ballot Tues dozer operator; Jennings Starling 57,
day. self employed In the land clearing
,t) 4 i ..Yq. Incumbents Dolph E. Reddish, 48, business and operates semi-trucks;
r sheriff; Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown 63, Richard Roberts, 28 real estate and
clerk of the court; Jimmy Alvarez,26, Insurance man and Homer Hart,
property appraiser, and Elzie S. operator of a treed store Moonlight '
Sanders, 40, county judge. were all re- Enterprises, at the Bradford-Union
elected without -opposition to four, > County line on SR-21, seek the post.

year terms. Two races will be contested for the
Four seek the tax collector's job to
school board
veteran official J.R. Kelly :
replace
'who will retire in'January after 32 In District, Incumbent J.R.'(Jim)
real Lawson 37, a car salesman Is oppos-
in office, to sell estate In
years
the area. ed by Dr. Richard W. Odom 33,a dentist
His chief Deputy Esther Shuford who lives-near Starke and practices -

Hall, 48; service station operator and in Keystone Heights.
37
Incumbent Vernon Parmenter
former Starke Mayor Carl Hurst 54;, ,
.. real estate salesman Steve Simmons, an accountant at the prison at
Olustee, is challenged by former four
and insurance salesman Emmitt
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7 $.7rr
term school board member.
Ii: Akrldge, 33; are running for' the Rodney
coveted post.Incumbent. P. Hall, 50, and a Dupont employee.
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Superintendent of Rep. Frank Williams
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; Schools Tom Casey! 55, IB opposed by D-Crystal Lake has no Democratic ,J
,Baker CountySchooi teacher Jerry P.< opposition but will be opposed in the ;
L';. awaan 4 ,1TShe !lives.in.Staskn.i; 'M.H.W. *'-- Bptyjf'M glflfiftCT Veteran Supervisor of. Elections Frank Cotton pf Orange Park. Neva Flynn, 61, is challenged by Sandra Two state senate races will be on. "
Norman,41, former owner of Nor-, the ballot this year.
Hopefuls Blast Bleachers with Political Speeches... man's Produce in Starke.In Incumbent Sherill "Pete" Skinner
the District 1 county commission D-Lake City, has drawn two
Democrats of all ages turned up at Saturday's gathering of pellllca. others saw life still In the pre-election: rallies. If continued on as big a race, veteran commissioner Dave democratic opponents: Michael
hopefuls.Some SO* listened to the but members of the scale this '
II speeches: as one. Shuford, 58, a Lawtey service station Geisen of Hawthorne and O.A.Junior
Democratic Committee figured they fed about 800 a free chicken Demo Committee members at left. chicken ,
persons serve up pilau piling up operator Is opposed by Lawrence Winhorn of Mayo. They are runningfor
I Ita.lupper.. plates until most couldn't eat It all.Committee chairman Gene
I Matthews Mosley, 32. a Starke tire dealer, in a four-year term. Geison is for
,I Figuring on a Urge crowd for the political pontificating sweetened with st right, seemed pleased with the rally as did the youngest Democrat at what is expected to be a close\ race. legalization of marijuana.
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oBlry music and the pilau some were disappointed to the turnout, but the rally. In District 3 incumbent Maxie, Three Democrats will seek the

nomination to oppose Republican
John B. Newsom of Weirsdale in the

.,''\.1 With Chicken Pilau, Country Music general'election.The Democrats. include Rev. Gene "

QUje Mown( (Brier Keith, George Kirkpatrick and Perry -\

McGriff Jr. all of Gainesville. The V.A..

i' 500 Hear Politicians Make Pitch. at Demo RallyBroward quartet Kenneth will(Buddy be )seeking Mackay to of replace Ocala

,I who( resigned at the end of the 1980

A turnout of about 500 paftttMn and sponsored by the Bradford County In conjunction 'with the Democratic ( or Bradford County are entitled -, legislative session to run for the U.S.
.w ITr/ryrc/ 'supporters ate chicken pica sad Democratic Executive Committee.A Committee. The Theressa rally will to have the same education. Senate. Two years are left on
listened to candidates MOB* their. second and final rally Is set Saturday begin with supper served at 5:30 p.m. "The way it is being done now Is no Mackay's state senate term.A .
pitch in. the first political ally; held Sept. 6. at the Theresa Com- 'and speaking set to commence at 7:30: way to administer the programs" crowded field has entered the
) Saturday night, Aug. 30 a4 &the S*.dc munity Center sponsored by the Winburn laYI.Incumbent race for the US Senate seat now held
.7 ford High football stadium sad vas Theressa Volunteer Fire Department p.m.The following races had speakers at Sherill "Pete" Skinner by Sen. Richard (Dick) Stone of

,..... the Starke rally: told the crowd that the worst lickingshe Miami. In addition to Stone and
,.' has taken as a high school football Mackay those vying for the
,4 State RepresentativeDistrict player was when he played for Live Democratic:: nomination include In-
JJ 1 25 Oak against Bradford High in 19S9 surance Commissioner Bill Gunter of

", ,'I Rep. Frank Williams, seeking a and 1960. Tallahassee; Lewis Dinkins of Ocala;
4, A : fifth term and unopposed for the Skinner pointed out that the districthe Jim Miller of Lutz; John Coffey of

;, r MPAY.SEPTEMBER ;. ;.t Democratic nomination was the first represents is made up of two large Moore Haven and' Richard Pettlgrew-
,.;' '. speaker. He thanked those present for counties( Alachua and Marion plus 14 of Miami. -
,'.' MAD'OROHIOH ti.t, his pant support and asked for their small counties like Bradford and Republicans seeking the nomination ( -
football JomborooPolotfco :;if. ,,'" continued support. Union Counties.He include Ellis Rubin of Miami;
High School. ''.' I Rep. Williams mentioned that eight stated that he gets help from Lou Frey and Paula Hawkins, both of

SiOOr.M.. years ago, in 1972 he did not carry three other senators Dempsey Bar- Winter Park, and State Senator John
,!, Clay and St.Johns Counties but over ron W.D. Childers and Pat Thomas. Ware of St. Petersburg.U.S. .
SATUItOAV.iEPTIMBtittTHIRtSSA \ whelmingly carried Bradford County 'We don't lose Very often" Skinner Rep. Don Fuqua D-AIttia and
l'' DAILY' and was elected to the District 25 seat added. Gainesville. is unopposed for the
AND FISH FRY in Tallaha......"! have never forgot. Skinner pointed out that he was on Democratic nomination In the Second
''SonlngSiMP.M.SpooklngMOP. ten the people of Bradford county" the Senate Ways and Means Committee Congressional District. He will be op- "...

.**. ,. Williams said. is chairman of the Senate Corrections posed in the General Election by
) Adult a.CO-CMMrm'1.50 Committee Which handles the Tallahassee Attorney John R.
State Senate prison system and is on' the LaCapra who Is 'Tunning, as a c

:, J MONDAY.SEPTEMBER i District S agriculture Committee and. Natural, Republican.State .
The speech: that seemed to get the Resources Committee. Attorney Eugene Whitworth
\,l'':, Srodford. (all*Water public defender Alan Parliaplano andCircuit '.,
most reaction from the crowd at the "No one has hurt i the farmers.. '' .
Conservation District ... local rally was that of 38-year-old Skinner says. Judges Wayne M. Carlisle and'Chester ;v
Monthly Mooting. :, ''the B., Chance both of :,
Michael Celson. of Hawthorne who Skinner commented about
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1:00 .M.- Co.Agricultural .' :. '
.. ',. '' ",, supports the legalizing of marijuana "Trim BUI", (for Truth in Mlllage) Gainesville were all re-elected' 'S v .
Center P .. .. .". and also supports the passage of the which la causing most of the countiesIn without opposition.
'* rat.awwBradford .. r... ,', i Equal Rights Amendment for women.'' the state problems with obtaining The polls will .be'open TueSday.
County .. .. .;. ..P.. '::; : '., tax roll and millage Sept. 9,, from,7. a.m.to! 7 p.m. The
i When Gelsen revealed his positionon ,
C.mmbden.r.M..tingh30 runoff primary will be held Tuesday.
.. .. ..of ':. marijuana he received numberof "Most of the senators can't wait to OctA7 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and the
.'. ,n Dancing Along:,.> : boos and when he got( finished he get back to Tallahassee ,to change general election will be held Tuesday,.

:" TUISOAY.IIPTIMDIIiL Mr.. and Mrs. Cleon Burdette Justcouldn't received more boos. that biD Skinner says. Nov. 4, from 7 ..m. to 7 p.m. .,
The bearded candidate Thursday Skinner"etated
: he'voted against the
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stand still to Hank LoM's
? Iplcldn' August 28,. announced legislation to bill In which several '
the legislature Where Vote VU
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; GET OUT AND VOTI11 1I I dance around-' .. !: legalize marijuana.His stand on a pot. years' ago approved legislation to There are IS voting precincts: 'in the -"
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.- oooo.ooUAKMMTINO- Incidentally. the campaign 'cardsthey're l .' ", plant In every pot adds a new dimension have the annual audits of each county county. Your precinct number is,
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: to the Itt-county: district race. department paid for( by the counties.He .
f listed on voter registration card. :V.
I wearing are Lawrence your
.. ." .- .'> .tiMfJ' *. MOtIle,'..' ''Marijuana help people relax4 added the bill passed 39-1 (Skinner If you have moved recently., check'a:. :,
Geison ,
.. /kj f. .yu' the. lone 'opponent) ,and when the with the election's Office the Bradr, "
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;, ,y.i .. .: ," ., GeUen ,'.pointedout Florida will' legislators left ';,Tallahassee they ford County Courthouse',. Phone ,- ,
make much money from the taxation found out that the counties Were .
; ) 964280; Voter precincts are:
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WIDNISDA'.III"TIMII1I10 .
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.of when It becomes legal. .
Index marijuana against footing the bill. He pointed out
t ,I :', HAMPTON. COUNCIL, :.: ; 'o.A.. "JaoUr" Wlnburn of Mayo. thai,when the legislature returned for 1 ; :"'POLLING PLACES"

/7:30 P.M.Courtesy : ,., told the audience that he Is a farmer 'a special session that they. changed, 'PRECINCT' ,' LOCATION'/
Three Sections .. of tobacco and
Including handling .the funding o( that bill. !
: C SECTION At *' I pointed out he got up at 1 a.m. dally to .pep":
New... ..,,..-,Pages)IA-1A.S-19A ;.. 'milk his cows. State Senate'District : > Itradhrd C.Fair=: .
JACKSONBUILDING Editorial.,,..,. .,.... .6. Page 4A Winburn pointed out that In recent CGeorge M a .hradrwd C'e.". .rise. 0.,0. ,.:
'Society..U..w.PagttSArALog: years her has watched state government Klrkpatrlicti-told the crowd M arMhrd C'--u..I'7. rm :
c SUppi.> lt ....8.t..a...(,.Page taken out of the hands of the\ that he has travelled 39,400 miles Yt "aewmm.raarr.Mork 39110drotd a.rhter R.l1:1:.
SECTION Bl people. .'The government' In''. since February travelling over the I* OWF.7.Tee.N".....,
f Of Starke 40 M ., a.MhrW r......._('.. .
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., Tallahassee polat'Ised"Winburn like q
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listening
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Hwy 301 S 964-6078 .rl.f..i..i..'... ..,......,.I'*.. soys. Kirkpatrick stated if elected he ....._c...i,Han. I.
Keystone Height Cla slllds.V, ......4.'; Paso*..7. Winburn.stated that he believes 'will come>> back to each county in the .Ytt chamber elcom__...
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100 SECTION Ci >home rule Is the answer to many state 3 or 4 times to find out ,{ Terwtuewr.rdWC t
.Hwy and 21A district a year "
,,473-4973 Sport i,'...>-..t..'..rages aOC 1C-4C,) ,and county problems. children"in'' ::1' See HatiyJET Pag* .A.*" '.***,'':*V4I' ,t,'.X," "\1-, ,NII..ot.&. ,,. '\;':. .'::."."...R"ab; R t1st
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I Good: Tii.rn.out EF rnP. tad In Starke Election For 3 Council SeatsSome 1

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1,300 of Starke's 2.51 Bradford County Commission. feat on The Group 3 race features Jimmy Wllllsm, D-Crystal Lake. race to succeed()aJesby. the Starke Planning and Zoning
registered voter are expected to turn the same day. Crosby Jr. and Mrs. Lavon Jackson Three candidates surfaced during Woods has lived starke 12 years Ratnni Insurance agent with
out TuesdaySept. 9, to elected three In the Group 1 race, Bobby Miller, for the seat now held by three-term the final days of qualifying 1 the and is a supervisor with the Starke office Ramsey insurance an Company and a
Life
city councilmen from among even Jr. and Walter Westcott are runningfor & Commissioner Epps. Group S seat now held by Commissioner of the Division of Motor Vehicles, Gulf Starke fireman, Is the other
candidate the seat now held by two-term Jackson worked for the City of Oglesby who Is retiring from Drivers License Division. former in the race.
Veteran City Clerk Merrill Ed- Commissioner Waters. Starke in the clerk's office from 1967 the commission after one term. candidate be fPowTa.m. to
wards, traditionally good at guessingthe MUner is employed as an I Instructor to 1973. In 1973 she went to work for Williams owns an School house The polls will open
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city turnout on election day, says at C.T... at the Union Correctional.. the finance office In the' Bradford Travis Woods, Joe Williams and near Bradford High on West 7 p.m. Tuesday, September CityHall.
he expects a good crowd but not a stitution. He was an unsuccessful candidate County School System and left thatpost John E. Ramsey have entered the Washington Street He is a member of .
great big one. Edwards said be really for the City Commission In In 1978.Crosby .
hadn't put much thought Into how Is an administrative assistant -
many voters will come to the polls In 1978.Westcott Is a horticulture Instructor to Superintendent Jim Godwin at '
the new city hall,additional proof, it's at the Bradford-Union Vocational the ReceptIon and Medical Center at M ayor Clerk 2 Council Seats Up in Hampton 1
been a quiet campaign in the city. Technical Center In Starke and also Lake Butler. He is a member of the ,
Commissioners Harold Epps and teaches some classes at Bradford Bradford County Democratic Executive .
Ted Oglesby did not seek a new term. High School. He has been a member Committee and is a former 194 people are eligible to vote for UVI and has been a resident. of Hamp drawn two opponents: Lori Brooksand
Commissioner Wilbur Waters gave up and Is current vice-chairman of the chairman of that organization.He Is a mayor, city clerk and two councilseats ton since July 1979. Gordon wadsworth. Jr.
his council seat and is I'UIUlInIlor a Starke Planning and Zoning Board. former aide to State Rep. Frank In the Hampton City Election No one qualified for the mayor's Marshal Fred Phillips ST., sip.pointed .
Tuesday, Sept. 9 with the polls open post last year so city council chairman last September after MarshalRik
from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at City Hall. Ted Curtis,Sr.,has served as acting Wade resigned to go to work for
Two men qualified for the mayor's In addition to his council the Waldo Police Department, Is
post. duties. unopposed and will be serving Us
ELECT Hank Lott, a former council Curtis qualified for one of the two first elected one-year term.
member and owner of Lott's Country city council seats up this year. The The newly elected official will be
Store and a well known country and other incumbent Wilma McDanlel has sworn In at the September meeting of
western musician, has entered the qualified along with former mayor the city council: which has beenrescheduled
RODIEY P. HALL race for mayor. Charles Williamson with the trio vy- for Wednesday, Sept. 10, '
John Evans, who moved to Florida ing for the two seats.The top two vote at 7:30: p.m.due to the fact that the CIty I'
In 1W8, is the other candidate for getters will be elected to council. Hall will be tied up on election day
.. SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 4 mayor. Evans operated a diaper service with both the Hampton and Bradford,
in Vero Beach and has held Incumbent City Clerk Iris Hart has County elections.: '
several positions South Florida as a
personnel director. Evans has owned
EXPERIENCED KNOWLEDGEABLE property In' Bradford County on over Carter
SR-100 just past CR-229 since 1971. He Rotarians Like Reagan
UNBIASED moved to the county permanently in

If the Starke Rotary dub Is any political bellweather.President.Jimmy
Carter better steer his political wagon this wayquick!
At Its meeting last week results of a post-Convention straw ballot of the
A PROVEN LEADER ELECT presidential preference of Starke Rotarians was taken with Ronald
,k Esther 8.Hall Reagan the Republican nominee, scoring 2 to 1 victory over the com-

1001 0 LET HIM BY BE YOUR VOICE Tax Collector Anderson.Of blood totals. of President Jimmy Carter and independent candidate: John

''" ON YOUR SCHOOL BOARD. Elect the 34 ballots marked. Anderson received one vote (3 per cent);
Carter tallied 10 votes for 29 per cent while Reagan scored a resounding
LAWRENCE GRIFFIS 23 votes for ea per cent.
Another poll will be taken by the club before the November General
County Commissioner Election.:
Vote For and Elect. Rodney P. Hall Dlat. 3
Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. tor by Rodney P. Hall
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"The Vision to Know I
Power of the veto t*..pl. pl aif shoot i !
What to Do... :

... .The Toughness to NEVA FLYNN

n Get It Done.' ESTHER S. HALL


When you know Bill Gunter and his Paid Bj Dr. N.E. Dopson

+ record of public service,then you know i
why Florida needs his leadership and r

principles in the United States Senate.

q As a Florida State Senator Bill
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Gunter worked tirelessly as Chairman

n" of an Appropriations Subcommittee.The .

result: Florida became one of the REGULAR AND SPECIAL ELECTION '

few states to, show a budget surplus HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA ,, I

while continuing. to expand( state S /frte>mbr 19iO ....11!!!!! ". i' .
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services. .
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i-itiK3 9 4 -n- a Mem r of Congress, Bill Gun- -0" f'As :. f'1"I. U'I., .1Jt"j. ...;.O '......' :Jt.. '.::-,.....,... --.r, i '

Since his days as a State Senator the concerns of Florida's Senior Citizens have been a 't teV brought trie f concerns of Floridians Signature' ) of Elector \ N I
priority of U.S. Senate candidate Bill Gunter. to Washington, D.C. The result: increased I

funding for solar energy, a ,Initials of J

Bill Gunter out the issues federal "Government in the Sunshine" Issuing Officer \1
speaks on of the 80's: ,
statute, and agricultural No. ,-
THE ECONOMY: "We must bring inflation under control. No ifs, no ands, exports. 1 expanding f
no buts. It means an ongoing commitment to fiscal integrity, As State Treasurer and Insurance (Stub No. 1)) .- ,

a reduction of the federal debt and disciplined control of Commissioner', Bill Gunter stood up to '. 1r: I

expenditures." !the powerful insurance interests. The ..::1./', I

NATIONAL DEFENSE: "If we do not buy enough guns, surely there will result: more than $108 MILLION was REGULAR AND SPECIAL ELECTION '. ,

be no butter. We must increase the defense budget, re- ordered returned in excess automo- miyii I sash'" yaHAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAInIffaill / ,,.: ./

\, establish a conventional military deterrent and revitalize our bile insurance profits.and premium sePtem 1O -
I intelligence capabilities."
It's this kind of leadership and determination &C I
FOREIGN AFFAIRS: "It's time to plant the flag. to send a clear ;
that Florida
deserves in the iliA'' I OHk.r
Issuing
message to enemies" and allies alike, that we mean what we United States Senate. "

say when we say it. You can make It happen I ,

HUMAN RESOURCES: "An economic policy that throws working (Stub No.: 2)) ':' Ij

Americans into unemployment lines is no economic policy at ,

all it's a prescription for national bankruptcy." 31p'i.' : ,
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ENERGY: "This nation is being whipsawed between the major '
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA > $!
multinational oil companies and the international oil cartel. ;
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It's time to return of those s l 1 hIIMU) September, WO ,,;. .,;
some profits to the people who, are j ora .
Mark (X) opposite this name 01 the Candldat oi .
paying the bills and develop promising alternative sources v J
such as solar energy." .r. I ? 1 OS: VtiO your choice :' '. .1 1

HEALTH CARE: "Billions of dollars can be saved for consumers each 8TB9Y .

and every year if the U.S. Senate will sweep the lobbyistsout MAYORJftlWwOna ',',
of the corridors and enact effective cost containment : : Term; Two veers '
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laws. f :
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FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY: "We must maintain a cap on the growth of

the federal bureaucracy and throw out unnecessary JOHN STEPHEN EVANS .
paperwork that adds to the cost of doing business. f ; 0,<
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DRUG TRAFFIC: "Drug trafficking in Florida has reached epidemic \{

proportions. The only message a pusher understands Is a The Gunter Joel, Bill Teresa. Bart cf,, CITY CLERK l' i

guilty sentence delivered by a judge." and Rachel .' Vote for On. J 'I
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CHARLES WILLIAMSON ::',

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO CITY CHARTER : I'
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3 Amend the City Charter to elect the City Marshall to a term of .

two years, lust as the Mayor'Councilman and City Clerk are .:' '. 1

elected' for two yoors. If approved, the Amendment would ap' '. :
ply vto the City Marshall elected .:': r.< '
u.s. Senate Ilk September 9. 1980, ,$,Y',


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FOR THE AMENDMENT .
W. M.A*.M. for by Friends of SIS Gunter '
AGAINST THE AMENDMENT


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I Starke Woman Dies Of Smoke InhalationA


woman died from smoke O'QuInn died of smoke Inhalation at to Starke to assist In the case. No federal revenue sharing will be'need
...tohalatlon( at a Gainesville Hospital 3 a.m.Tuesday,Sept. 2, according to determination had been made at the ed for other departments.Commissioner .
after'she was taken after a fire had a spokesman at that hospital. time the Telegraph went to Wilbur Waters
_,Broken out at the O'QuInn residenceon Several of her kids had broken a Damage to the $45,000 khhouse stated that even If the department **********/ *******************
Bessent Road at 10:30: p.m. Mon- window and had gotten out of the was estimated at$30,000. bad the equipment It wouldn't have
T.3Ihy\, Sept. .. house, but O'Quinn was not aware of The Starke City Commission at its saved the life Monday night RE-ELECT
Lori j'Qulnn.found by firemen on abed that fact. semi-monthly meeting Tuesday Sept. Ii ,R
was unconscious whan carried 2 voted 3-1 to put $15,000 In federal Commissioners Waters, Charley ,
:.lout of the house by firemen led by Her husband was not at home as he revenue sharing funds in next year' Schaefer, and Ted Oglesby voted in I
Assistant Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee. had taken his mother back to budget for fire fighting equipment,on ;favor of the proposal. Commissioner
Mrs. O'Quinn was given CPR and her Jacksonville at about 8 p.m. Monday a motion by Commissioner Charles Harold Epps was not present at the \. 1 TOM CASEY i
heartbeat restored. She was taken by night. The fire was confined to a Schaefer. meeting.Prior "
rescue unit to Bradford County coach, firemen said. Damage was Mayor Commissioner Vernon to the discussion about the 1
Hospital in Starke. stabilized In the almost entirely from smoke. Silcox voted against the proposal fire fighting equipment Schaefer and :
emergency room according to a Fire Chief Bobby Lewis, has called stating he understood the good inten- Waters praisAssistant: Chief SUPERINTENDENT
spokesman at the hospital, and the fire marshal's office Into the case tions of the motion but Indicated the Hardee for his work at the fire and -4
I .transferred to Alachua General to help determine the cause of the money should not be set aside without assisting with prolonging the life of \ OF SCHOOLS :
a ttosital in Gainesville. fire. Edgar Aid of Jacksonville came some investigation of how much Mrs. O'Quinn.
Professional' Quantisations *'

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":Zoners Table Courtnay Project After Protests :: Exgrltnoo lot Bradford, Coanty: ::


..; : know- The board gave permission to *' 5 YEARS TEACHING EXPERIENCE *
to:.owners:;Objections by neighboring property patible with the present use of the Ing preparing whether such the studies rezoning without would be advertise the development with a *' 4 YEARS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL *'
? to a high density housing
for the 30
hearing set September
.development proposed by Jack Court- area.Welch's views were endorsed by granted or not. meeting.In 6 YEARS ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL *
Rardon
.;nay 2V4 miles southwest of Keystone two other residents of the area, Carl At the July meeting Don
board
expressedsome other action the approveda 2 YEARS *
chairman of the board, SECONDARY PRINCIPAL
Heights! on SR-21 caused the County Joyner and H.L. Morgan.Joyner said
; request by Harry Cooney to rezone
i.Zonmg Board to table a petition for that while the units are ostensibly be- qualms about rezoning the property one-half acre one mile south of Starke' 12 YEARS SUPERINTENDENT ,OF
for sale, rental, he in advance of having complete
change of zoning at Its Aug. 26 ing built not
on the west side of SR-100 from Open
Information as to its use. Tuesday SCHOOLSDuring
understood would be *
and reschedule
meeting a hearing on a purchaser *
Rural to BP (business) to allow
the matter for its September 30 allowed to buy four,using one himself night, Courtnay presented tentative
meeting. and renting the other three as an In- plans and drawings to answer some of operation building.of a photo business an existing =: my term of office the tax mlllage has not been Increased. i

vestment. the board's questions. member After adjournment the board held a We have effectively operated the schools on the minimum millage *'
motion of zoning
Several residents of the area voiced Members of the board questioned Upon session the required by Florida Law.
proposednew
workshop on
about the lack of Wayne Hersey, the board voted *
objections to the zoning change from Courtnay apparent
code for Bradford
County.
R1A (low density residential to Rl-3 recreation facilities and open space. unanimously to table the matter until zoning I pledge to continue the effective' operation *
the
The said the units the September 30 meeting to give
(multl-family) which would allow as developer are
many as 12 units per acre on the primarily designed for low cost,fuel- members time for additional study of : of our schools. *
20-acre plot proposed to be developedby efficient housing for older citizens on the material submitted by Courtney
and to make an on-sight Inspection of
limited Incomes who are Interestedmore
Bill Courtnay.Welch,who lives off SR-21,said in economy than "frills." He the proposed development site ElectLAWRENCE Let my experience continue to work for !
he was basically opposed to the multi- said there would be an open space *
ple unit aspect of the development available for those who wish to get PUD Development Asked GRIFFIS the best education of our children.
I which he said would be"squeezed In- outdoors and walk for recreation.In Initial steps toward a hearing on a County Commissioner jail
to"an area of single family dwellingsand his original appearance before proposed PUD (Planned Unit : Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd For By Thomas Casey:
the board last month, Courtney had Development) west of Starke. were CHst. 3
character destroy of the the present area. Welch low density said if asked for the rezoning before submit- taken by R.D.Tarbox,of Gainesville, Pd Pol Adv ***************! ************** I
I Courtnay were granted the change to ting detailed plans or topographic representing Mr. and Mrs. A.J.
Rl-3 zoning It would "give him maps He said at the time that he was Thomas, Jr. of Fort Lauderdale.
leeway" to do other things not com= reluctant to go to the. expense of Tarbox presented a layout of the 1 Vote To ElectWATERS
proposed development on 179 acres
lying between SR-100 and Crosby
I Lake. Included In the plan were areas
Woman Found Lying on US301An for single family dwellings multi-
I family dwellings,neighborhood shops
An unidentified woman, Involved in Records show the Bradford Countyan and offices, recreation area, and buffer 1
I argument with her husband, lay Rescue unit was called and the zones.Tarbox said the residential
down in the middle of US-301 about woman was treated by the EMT's at development would come first, with f
8:30 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 2, near the the scene.She was then turned over to business and professional offices to be
Kentucky Fried Chicken Restaurant representatives for the Bradford- built later. v
I in Starke, but was found uninjured. Starke.Union Guidance Clinic personnel In s






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If you missed the rally Sat., night,. here are.some
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things !..w.I4.w.prk /brwen fleeted -. ,
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: Better Drainage< ... -. -. property Is the county's fault and act
OF ELECTIONS
.r x to relieve the problem If It Is.


w Return a Responsible Woman... Adding limerock to clay roads so they .

Better Roads. .... -.* -*
can be traveled In bad weather and
To Position.
a Responsible ..
MORE frequent grading of dirt roads.


Vote for Experience... Vote For NEVA FLYNN Checking Into why funds set aside for
Better Boat Ramps -. -.
boat ramp Improvements are not
Supervisor oj Elections
t Pd. Pol. Adv.Pd.Fo By N.v.Flynn being used properly. '

Better & MoreRecreation

Ii Facilities* -. For the young & the old. ,

WALTER !

To determine whether or not the working
t, of CommissionersMeetings
r Change taxpayers would like to have the Comm.

WESTCOTT -* .-. -. -.* meetings changed from day to night, so

'- they can attend to voice their problems.

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Has Been JERKING For You To be Countywide ,

r : ACTIVE In City Zoning And Planning Commissioner -"*. -. -.* Not a district commissioner.


For Four Years
7 I have worked hard and will continue to work up until
"Talked :\UAnd Promoted
Up'' Starke I
Tuesday, Sept. 9th. I have sincerely made an .
Around The State
A effort to 'Isee' everyone but with a county as large as I


WALTER WESTCOTT Wants To Help Starke. : ours It Is impossible. Please except my apology If I 'I

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Preserve The Uniqueness Of Walnut Street. earnestly seek your, support. Also,.all campaign t

Increase Job Opportunities. posters of mine will be removed after election. i


Have More Recreation For Youth. .
For ride to the polls! call 964-6941,964-6395 or 782-3737 1

SeeA New. City Charter In 1981. "J.I" '

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Strengthen And Enforce City Clean Up Ordinance. '. :Jl:;'JJ
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Have Continued Improvement In Power Outlook' : ',

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*. Have Effective Communication Between City County: & State make adifference i

To Prevent Duplications Efforts. a i

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Extend City Services & Utilities.. :;
hank for vote & on Sept. 9th.
I. ,you your.: support.
Get Involved In Local Government ': -- '
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Extend Your Votes Effect Between Elections !

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Pd. Pol.Adv.Pd. fee.by Diana Waste*".C.mp. Tr.M. Group 100.1sa Pd. Pol Adv. Pd For By Linda E.Day,Camp. Treas. .
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: I Primary Elections May Get Hot But Convention Days Were Hotter I



I f.(;, .. .. With the First Primary election only Bradford County.Up until 1895 the old Eighty-five years ago Bradford system. In those days there was no Each voting precinct In the county was tlon In at control that time of,the and County could Com u& *:C J

.. .' five days way, it Is interesting to convention system had been in use, County had two representatives in the party nomination for other county of- had its delegates to convention ap- get himself nominated to any office\mi>\!ti!
r note that the primary system has not where county candidates were made State Legislature who had been ficers. Anyone who wanted to bid for portioned on the basis of the numberof desired. Most of the political
C i.;" always been the political way of life In and unmade in"smoke.filled" back nominated under the old convention office had the right to run In the votes cast In the last past election. sions of this period were said dnl'
;,' I room rather than at a ballot box. General Election In what was com- Each precinct had its own chairmanand made in the back room ofGaskins' to t
\'. "' \ monly known as a "scrub race." In elected Its delegates to the county drug store on Call ft
: this catch-all free-for-all was every convention.Dr. Stree;, |

,r .j .. EDITORIAL ':.;: red man and for himself the one getting with no the holds largest bar- JL. Gasklns, an Influential The outmoded convention .yst "c

_: number of votes being declared winner 'Starke physician and politician (he was still in use when E,S. Matlhe
,I!, I' ,J!" even If failing to get a clear ma- served one term as Speaker of the came to Starke as a you
Florida House !of Representatives) newspaperman to purchase! T 1
I Rallies Not Dead Yet jority. Telegraph in 1893. He had !seen t
j : primary system function effective
I In Marion County where he w '

The crowd at last Saturday's -< of their families- and that's Since this was a first-time employed before coming to Starke
be effort, the Democratic Com- Marlon County the primaries ha.]
political rally and about. all. It got to local
been used to free politics fro
r chicken pilau supper, hosted downright discouraging.ON mittee had no way to judge ',1'1 .. the shackles of a powerful machi '
i i by the Bradford County how many would turn out for '" that was in power at that time Th''

Democratic Executive Com- the party. It was deemed bet ,I' .. Telegraph editor had also seen th
ter to have too much food primary system operate effectively!
mittee, while not as large as '..; :ra where
\ Alachua County, he started hi
expected and hoped for, did rather than not enough, so the newspaper career. It had been use.

y indicate there is life still left in quantities were there to break a deadlock In (hi
the traditional political overestimated. But very little nomination of a candidate for Clerk

"speakings" that have existed went to waste as some was the Circuit Court. The incumbei'

here as long as Bradford has donated to the Starke Nursing clerk a Mr. Carlisle, was seeking reelection "
and was by General
been Home, some supplies were opposed '
a county. TUESDAY Earle, for whom Earleton Beach, on
given to the school cafeteria the west side of Santa Fe Lake Is nam '

In recent years interest has SEPTEMBER 9 and also to the Theressa I + rr id. Neither man could muster the ,

seemed to lag in the precinct Volunteer Fire Departmentfor necessary two-thirds vote of the convention
in his bid for office. After 60
its fish fry and rally this
rallies that started back in the ,
ballots had been taken over a period
days of horse and buggy Saturday night.Everything of several days the convention thre

transportation and few good considered the in the towel and adopted a resolution
roads. It was difficult for rally can be judged a definite ''' referring the nomination back to the r
travel distanceto So this year the Democratic people in a primary election,
voters to any plus and most candidates

attend a political speaking, Committee decided to go all- agreed that it was better to The Telegraph editor was Impressed .

I. so the rallies were taken to out with one big rally and see speak to a crowd that filled with the advantages of the primary ,I;
their home precincts. But with if it could bring back some of almost half the football over the convention system. Soon I{

the coming of the automobileand the vim vigor, and vitality stadium rather than addressa after coming to Starke and sizing up
that had characterized ralliesin : the political system then In effect
network of hard roads it handful
a of voters at the here, he launched an editorial cam
for the voter in the past. The response was smaller : .
was possible precinct-level rallies. paign to institute primaries In Bradford
I any precinct to attend a rallyin encouraging, and the L County and the change was also
any other precinct if he or reactionboth on the part of It is nice to know that in supported by The Florida Advocate

she was genuinely interested. the candidates as well as the spite of television radio, and another paper published in Starke at

publicwas favorable.One newspaper coverage a that time.

enthusiastic candidatesaid substantial number of voters Finally, the primary system was,
Interest in the
precinct will still turn out to "press the adopted on a statewide basis In 1901
"It terrific. The food
rallies declined until the com- was flesh" hear the candidates DR.J.I.GASKINS and had its first general use when
ment was often made that was good the music was good, their from One Time Bradford Political Boss William S, Jennings was nominatedfor
the started time make pitches the
"There were more candidatesat speeches on Governor.
the rally than there were and ended on time and platform, and mix and mingle
with their Convention ChallengedSome
voters." The multiple rallies everything was well planned. peers. .

worked a hardship on the candidates I believe if the committee In spite of what you may of the skullduggery prevalent:

and often it would follows the one big rally for- hear from some pessimiststhe -. County Agents By under revealed the in old a yellowed convention and crumbling system is

seem that they were speakingto mat every election year it will traditional political rally handbill calling a County Mass

the same faces of can- build up to become one of the seems to be alive and well and Notebook BobbyTaylor Meeting at Starke on Sept. 18, 1886

didates' friends and members big events of this area." living in Bradford County .
\ According lo this account a committee
had been appointed' to examinethe
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action of the Democratic Count

A Time Convention of Bradford County on
I of Painful Transition Sept. 9. 188U for (the purpose of
; September should be a busy month I is the case in some herds during they nominating. candidates for the Stale
for cattlemen. They should finish ha winter months when gracing and House of Representatives. According
harvest and make plans for planting/ other feedstuffs are short and expen to the committee report "there was a
It is ironical that some of deficits, the loss of our economic arena while j j we winter pastures. sive. manifestation in that convention

the most thoughtful and competitive edge. In responseto rebuild the rest of our Winter' pastures are rye, ryegrassand You should review' your winter feed which shows conclusively that I the
*.* these _vtvl: :li>>tea !Il.A mji'tinn jrf Uy 1v county
meaningful words spoken at developments economy. s legumes like clover, lupine or supply.needs and ft'edmgplans : I
the national political conven- dangerously growing : I.1.alr.Ua'The >small grams-'ere-excellent that needed adjuHtment,cnn'he mede'before i....coiiblituiefj uifcJUvTTuJjTBl ftwfttf' acTuulvd -
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by
"- usl a sectional-spirit Hits exhibited :
"TTsHons were lost in all the emotional numbers of people are simply "It will require to for late winter and early spring << supplies tighlci.>.y.,ajjtj, prices a determination! to domttiale' Nand
'Ise
"" of recognize that our economiC gracing, but they are expensive rule
claptrap and the arT opting out our system. another portion of thc county ,
tificial hoopla designed to Others are opting for special- recovery and our very qualityof crops properly to grow to be and economical.Legume must be. managed It's not too early to determine bull ...and for this purpose, long prior to '

work convention delegates as interest and single-interest life depend on having a sensible replacement needs for the next the assembling of the convention,
safe, sane and Is A MustIn breeding season. Better hulls are sold schemes of political bargain and In-
well as the television au- group politics, which energy trigue had been entered Info' by this
environmental Conser- Pasture ProgramTo early so you need to stall checkingwith
dience into a frenzied threatens to take every last policy. breeders determine availability sectional faction with aspiring men of
stampede for one candidate or drop of blood out of our vation matters and it will me clover or another legume Is of quality animals.to It's always better other election districts in 'the county "
a mUht in the pasture if the
program
another without any regardfor political system. work. Alternative sources of cattleman has land suitable for its to buy bulls direct from the The committee charged
the issues that energy matter, and they can breeder rather than from auction thaj-juch
paramount growth conniving created "sectional if''
...we must realize that it -
should be the real concern of be developed. And we can rings and bitterness within the border, ol
f'l
voters. does not matter whether Jim- develop our native sources of Good clover) doesn't Just happen, our cuuntand were mil in accordance ,
Soil be tested and limed
my Carter or some perfect if we though must "with the of the
energy only are willingto
MI'RES'RY principles
to a pH of 6 2 to 7,0 and proper seedingand
Such a speech was that of miracle worker and there is pay the environmentalprice fertilization are a must. F Democratic part)" and thai I the
the Governor of Arkansas, none is president. We did to do so. means employed to gain uscendtmc'' '
who warned the Democratic not get into these difficulties Clover is an economical crop. It not IN RADFORD COUNTY were unfair! and hence thenomin.1-
convention that this is overnight and we will not only provides good grazing at a ra .of.. lions made b.v that cpiuenlion: xhyuld
a painful "We nut be endorsed bv HUH '
must speak with a critical time of year, but it also produces meeling'Consequent i
>N time of transition in our nation emerge from them im clear voice !), a mass metliniiMJIliepeople i
that will not a nitrogen for and sum
we
as well as the world. The mediately. It is not in the sacrifice the future of our na- mer grass growth This spring is possible b1I'k', : t'r"11 -of the county was called (jultlie
following excerpts from his cards. with a cheaper fertilization program purpose of selecting tandhllltssuiKible
tion
by ruining the air the than with a straight grass-small to rvpr! ant the c'ountv injlhe
remarks should be read and grain
"When Franklin Rooseveltran water and the land because it program. lower homqof" j tt c-0ite I.inisUWJie.
recognized for what
they are for re-election in 1936.we seems expedient now, and ,
perhaps the most important because We have a good bulletin on cloverproduction In a postscript<< lo the mectiKji.innouiiiemeiit. -
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were still in the teeth of the we are having these In one ) post columns I men- .
message to come out of the that Is a good guide to the committee troubles. And if !honed trulitho t Division if "Foresli
depression. Why was he we speak with establishment and maintenance of ( was -further informed that iSnher
four-days of "sound and this voice I believe Would ha ecu portable visa null m the> > the
returned to office? Because we can be clover Call or come bj our office if presiding. officer noflthe:
fury people knew what sort of vi- heard. you are interested. and need a copy of 'thi co future nt4.1 t to mil leantto mm taking landowners in SI.t''l'tilr) & .#*. ('aunty Corned' l inn
leqiiesis hl'hl la1H'
"The economic arrangements sion he had for America. They the bulletin for, it/,uijg! ,and it will be availableju'ur S'Ph'lIItl'r lit IKKn"ullw, "ilK II nil' 'lilt' ftifl.\\ "''

the cheap knew what action he was tak- "Finally, we must There are several other things that jfooj/ Convention. nor in any hi'iist.juis;

energy the abundant natural ing to transform America. something in the say the cattleman should do in .Th..rll\.IKlun{, will responsible 'for either. nit-inlx-r' ol the t'mnujMiin

resources the lack of foreign And they were willing... to ac- terms to the millions strongest and September. Mineral and sail feeders bait cii'tins the sawmill l tn< the l.m- and IIll'rl'fofl' no' ('onvt-nlioitrluH
which hardship for the should be checked and kept full and leKHumilel organized and the c ion
cept
competition on our present dJt<\JIL''Opropl'rlalld&; provide per'solrfifl
millions of middleclass and (of the ,
all times, when that
stability and prosperity because believed they fresh at especially loYun it. 'I'hilamlow nor will beresponsible body was in sessioh hal
they upper-middleclass who grazing becomes scarce. day. is binding on 11I1II11e." *
people for l
pruvtdmg.addihonal
depended for years are gone were part a process that *
are alienated from this
and will
so
and they are gone forever. would lead them to a better process Pastures should be checked for workers I1i i io>ui- me logs on me The old handbill. gives a hint* ul

tomorrow.We even though they ha ye mole cricket, grass loopers and urmy ...{,.. .S Home of lice factional strife Hint was
"We were brought up to educations even though they 'worms. Treat pastures with the Ihe curt 1 of I he mill will be $'' per prevalent under the county conven
belie\e.. that our system are committed to the have jobs in this country, that proper Insecticide as soon as a problem hour lOr minimum charge$72.7'ht' tion K.vslcin, and also the ri'viilry. that.

broke down in the Great economic revitalization of they are not bothering to vote Is found] null run' be used for up to live dll)M in existed between the western purl ul

J Depression.is finally America but it will require and not bothering to consider Dust bugs of butkrubberit for horn. ono. ,perluil 'the Iradfind'cistern fount. )' 'Iukl' Hulleri. soil

reconstructed by Franklin far far more than a big tax these issues seriously. We flies and face flies should be! checked. ..\1<>M of your common M/I boards. '"' ""' county part i-Stuikei was. 'finally' in the divided years>d
Make are properly chargedand //-'I'M
Roosevelt! through I the New cut for big business. It will re- must say to them, you have no working sure they properly. up tu'"' X li": Clllltll'l'UI.I.ulM l up'lo:IIIimhtx in ,

l DIM) and World War I1. and quire a redefinition of the right t..to do that. That is aviolation in blunder und I 14 feel lung JlJouod

would never break iig.un relationship between the 01 this Heritage of Wean ('al\' '('.' run btu utilised. 1
revs
federal government and big yours. Before :

for"But the hard truth is that, business and labor. It will re- ('sh'eshould be weaned In time for, will A be di-monslriilion held Hi the Bradford of this sawmill('aunty 'l a Itcl'iirclitifc", I

ten long years through quire a revitalization of our This country deserves Your I Ihe tows to recover and put on little Fairground on 1'hurhhl Sept 1 11 1. ul'

Democratic and Republican basic industrial structure. It best: effort now. and this extra weight for checked winters and Cows all shouldbe ft p.m. and the general \public is in- bur UC'Uuliric'ution j
administrations alike this will to work hard crisis of pregnancy open. tiled Questions concerning the mill
require us our
economic system has been generation can b breaking down. We have when it is difficult to see that the exhilarating accomplishment : removed and sold. I'lans lo purchase Slid small

inflation seen our agricultural sector con 'of your lives if youilf September or' October is' a good dogwood seedlings-. setting out on
high high unemployment. tinues to grow and export and give that effort instead of time to deworm the cow herd if inter' The 1>i\'ls.un hopes that b>' using streets and highways In Starko were
large government the international "drop out and out nal parasites have been a problem. this sawmill WIHHt normally Il'lI'n' rot' ,mull: al' a :.Mondav luncheon /meting
cop
save us in Worms and other parasites can provides I in the Moods can !be utili/ed of l the (it.vwidc (lean-up( and Duuuliliciition -

s lot of stress cattle,especially i ('iimmittee,
when feed and nutrition are low This For further information contact I
:Mark G. Fries at wvf: -B2HO. ext 219 The trees will be purchased (from

\, BD.-1 \ rIHS, t (the forestry department set out in
''' lit"c a nursery area and allowed to gain
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.V,-.,):) 3rd Class James E. Barber sine before being placed along/ the
en 01 ]f'- JI Streets! the committee decided,

'8 i ,r:,.. E iigrapFp :Na; ,,y Yeoman 3rd Class James E
; ;: Barber son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Mona (;ano\'a, committee
) E. Barber Starke chairman reported that contact!
'H I' recently
-.fl"iOt4), par. have been made with railroad officials -
BOB G I ticipated In'exercise
FERGUSON
-JOHN M. MILLERPutalnhtrt "Comptuex
..-80," about cleaning their right-of-
'I.J'I". J '. Barber'' Is .a crew member way through Starke. and with the
f,,''''.h."M h Thu"d.y.*".ft,.!..... .. f stolen from the Louvre in Sampson the Mate road rlghts-of-way throughthe
ikuflpflcii. r.t.In r>.". .,_!t* P.."..':II SI*Mairtht'", ,' Parli in '9".1" American Fla. homeported in I\fa'porl, city.

r_to.... '-.6. OuKid lr,.rf..,..: (19 f,,y.o,. |J.50 S,.M..h. i ;. paid 5300,000 apiece for A 1977 graduate of Bradford High It was announced that the next

f" ....k > Florida the forgeries original., convinced. hey had School. Barber Joined the:lavy; In July cleanup work day will he held Saturnday
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BRADFORD EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

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ah Society g/adya UlootyBailor, / Flwji HAS

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I INTERVIEWED
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e Miss Honored Sherry At Cowart Bridesmaids Brunch For Gwen Zack Thomas L. Casey Rodney Hall Jerry P. LawsonJ.

e' Severer Parties Miss Gwen Zack, whose marriage' ing table was centered with an ar-
rangement of roses, tiger lilies and R.uJim" Lawson Richard Odom
n ? Miss Sherry Cowart, whose mar- to Erie Biggs was an event of Satur- '
h't' riage to David Vargas will be an day night was honored at a daisy pompoms.
''h Ill event of Sept. 5, was honored at bridesmaids' brunch Saturday at 11 Bridal place cards marked the Vernon Parmenter
i a.m. at the Garden Restaurant given
several
Iu parties recently. by Mrs E.L. Biggs of Atlanta, Mrs. seating arrangement for the 18 guests
Miss Cowart bridal
was given a ,
which Included her grandmother
h t, shower home of Saturday Mrs,'Helen Aug.Henderson 16, at the in Mrs.George Roberts Vernon,Roberts Jr.,Silcox.Mrs., Sr.Martha, Mrs Dorko George and Mrs Gwen L.E.Anders Tanner Miss, and Priscilla aunts Tanner, Mrs. All I Of These Candidates

'0 .C.J' Haiford. head of the din- and Mrs. Oral Tanner.
The square shaped
""nl. The guests were greeted at the door
reo t. t by Miss Debbie Henderson.
ral :',, ,Refreshments and musical games The R.E.. Biggs Give Rehearsal DinnerMr. Expressed A Genuine Interest In
on ? "were enjoyed by the guests during them
party hours. .and Mr*.R.E.Bigg gave a din- rangement of roses, tiger lilies and
he The honoree was given three bowls ner Friday night for their son. daisy pompoms. Place cards
In to match her china pattern from her ran fianceed Gwen Zack after decorated with dried flowers markedthe Your Child's Education.
to() fI hostesses as a memento of the occasion. the couple's wedding rehearsal at the seating arrangement for the 30
od! ''j: Garden Restaurant. guests which included the immediate
N Centering the head table of the families and wedding party.
: r On Friday ii22: Miss Cowart U-shaped dining table was an ar- The young couple presented gifts to
he \, was given a bridal shower by Mrs. their attendants during the dinner.
.j Mamie Lou Cowart at her home on BRADFORD EDUCATION ASSOCIATIONHAS
: :4 Morgan Road. Refreshments were Jones-Tries!
'I- enjoyed by the guests between they Ilomemakers Club
': hours of 7 and 8.30: ( p.m. Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Jones and Mr.
''n : } .......... and Mrs.Ervin Triest,all of Keystone To Meet Sept. 11 >
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''p L Miss Cowart was honored with a Heights announce the forthcoming The Bradford
,,1 1 bridal shower Aug 28, given by Mrs. marriage of their children, Barbara CountyHomemaker's \
f Club will meet Thursday ..
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Sue and Donald Ervin. The weddingwill h h
Harriet Jackson, Mrs.Bridgett Starling -
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I. Mrs. Barbara David, Mrs. Julia take place Saturday, September Sept. 11- at 10 a.m. at. the J" .
In Starke.An
13,at 6 in the Florahorne Churchof Agriculture Building ENDORSED" ',' .-
o Alvarez, Mrs. Roman Alvarez, Mrs. p.m. f"
I interesting program Is plannedby : f., ,.' '
God. 'J ;
" Davis and Mrs.Leonard Moore at the \\.K ; )
Mrs. Green.
Jerry :. ,"
it home of the latter. All friends and relatives of the couple Everyone Is invited to attend. W ( \ .. ,J"'I ,\

i. 'f the and The bride-elect's white.refreshment color table motif carried In blue out Fw are invited***to__.L--L--L--L--L--L--L.attend.wwwwwwwww.........-'-.........********...i.... t ..ft t...*.1. .' "., "I-,.";. ,. AND :':.'',".'",.r.. ', ,

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Many guests
,::1't party hours of 7 and!9 p.m. RE-ELECT :d. .. ;.
ENCOURAGES
Sherry Ann Cowart ..
David Vargas }> TOM CASEY "';"'. '" '' .t \

1 To Wed Sept. 5 :; YOURSUPPORT .
., Mills Sherry Ann Cowart and David & "
Vargas will united in marriage SUPERINTENDENT
Friday, bat 8 p.m.in Pine Level ".

Baptist following Church in the Fellowship with a Hall.reception A '.t\\k. OF SCHOOLS I AND VOTE ,:

All friends and relatives are Invitedto
attend. : '-'A ...
AN EXPERIENCED AND! QUALIFIED PERSON : ?
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: Mrs.Margret Garrett and fa FOR
Clem
I 'McDavid and Mr. and Mrs. a >
,t Schnell 'of ,Evansville, Ind. were *' Pd Pol.Adv Pd For By Thomas Caaal *'

among Rosier, wedding the guests on Aug.at the 23.If' ."Anderson-. ****** .. ++****.*....*.. *. .*..***,. '*'" *" .**** .... .. nt t.. ""'n7bl0WJJ.1'\ \' f'."!)""
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J. R. "JIM" LAW3UN.. WJ SUPPORTS Adequate all: financingfor .'

programs.
,'II .d. be.'riff null '<,1"--, Community Involvement, ;'."
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1I1a"' "Z'J!, District 3 ", supplies and facilities.
III Thomas L. Casey

J. R. "JIM" IAWSGN HAS WORKED

AND
WILL CONTINUE TO WORK HARD

FOR.THE.BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL 2 Years '. : t

SYSTEM AND FOR QUALITY EDUCATIONFOR EXPERIENCE ton .. '. .

ALL OF OUR CHILDREN. School, Board. ::".,..' '" ','',.-

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DON'T FORGET' TO VOTE >n Eliminating classrooms.education.overcrowded s

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Strong leadership. .
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t :bJ1j.J- Deborah Kite .:, Starke Woman's Club -
Honored With' To Meet Sept. 10

Attending a family get-together at Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of Kitchen Shower '- The SUrke Woman's Club win havea
the Lake home of Judge and Jacksonville were weekend guests of .
Ktngsley luncheon meeting at the Woman'sClub
Deborah Kite bride-elect of
and Mrs. Robbie Shatter.Mr. .
Mrs. Mr.
Green Sunday were
Mrs. R.A. on
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis William Vaughn was honored at a on Wednesday, Sept 10 at IS
Lex Green.
Sanders and Mrs G J.McGnff.Sr. of and Mrs. Charles Fields of kitchen shower Thursday night Aug. Dom Hostesses will be the elected officers -
28. at the home of Mrs. M.A.
of Jacksonville and Mr.and Mrs Payne.
SUrke. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris Wayne of the executive board with
Gainesville, and Mr and Mrs. W.H. Fields and son Mathew of Virginia Co-hostesses were Mrs. Payne'sdaughters. .
Mr C.G. Hill aa chairman.
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Nancy Payne and ..
visited J.H. Mr,
Green of Tallahassee and their City Va. Mrs. Fields. CarlGiddens. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Alicia
and Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs
families Charles Savage on Sunday. The'honoree,her mother;Mrs.J.l.. M. Homrlcb. Extension Home
Hughey and Mrs. Jean Vaughn Economic Ageut.Teresa .
11 mother of the prospective groom
, q were presented with corsages.: The Gaskins
bnde-elect's corsage was made of kitchen Luncheon Honoree

Several gadgets.appropriate games were Miss Teresa Gaskins. whose' marriage
Dimple'sStyle played with winners being Michelle to Mark Reddish was an event
Sapp,and Jean Vaughn. of Friday night.was complimented at
i The honoree received many useful a bridesmaids luncheon at the
iI I Shop gifts and favorite recipes. A waffle Western Steer:Steak House.
iron was presented to her by her Hostesses were Mrs. Glen Reddish,
Formerly Loudbn'ail hostesses. Mrs. Michael Reddish Mrs James R.
?- Shoo Reddish. Mrs.John A. Reddish.Mrs.
y Vernon Reddish and Mrs Drew Reddish

The long dining table had a centerpiece ''
Mr. and Mrs. Al K.Carlisle and
-- 117 S. Thompson St. Mr. of roses. Bridal place cards
and Mrs John Greene JI
spent Friday to for
marked the seating arrangement
y Operators: Tuesday at Fijian Campground near the 15 guests
Okechobee
and attended the square The two mothers. Mrs. Arthur
-- Dimple Overstreet dance with Johnny Walters and Gil Gaskins and Mrs Shirley Carpenterwere
Crosby as callers.
presented with corsages.
Eloise Loudon Mr. and Mrs Gerri Gibson of Mer- The hostesses presented the
964-5780 ritt Island spent the weekend with his honoree with a pair of "toasting
Pot King mother. Mrs. L.H. Gibson. glasses" as a memento of the occa-
sion.


Mr. and Mrs./ ler Crosby and
of Fort Myers were l
Voteyj wend guests of her parents Mr.
and Mrs. George Huggins. Mrs.
Crosby and children remained for the Mr.and .Mr*.Martin, Vents. Rosier'
we'e k.
Vicky Anderson,
r STEVE

Martin Rosier
VOTE TO ELECT
Wed AUQ. 23

4Al I Miss Vicky Sue Anderson. daughterof '
John E. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson of II'
SIMMONSTax ; y Starke and Martin Vanis Rosier, son I
Y '
of Ray Rosier of Lawtey and Mrs. I'i
Freddie Amerson of McDavid. 1"1. 11
RamseyCity were united in marriage Saturday.
Collector Aug. 23, at 2 p.m. in the First United Ii
Methodist Church with Rev. Warren "
1 Commissioner the nuptials f
:
'''' D. Langer performing
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.#'Jt\: Group 5 !Miss Louise Stern presented program
of nuptial musIc. I

Steve Simmons will keep the tax collector's office open ,Remember the name Ramseywhen baskets Centering of blue.the altar white were and two yellow!large .

during the hours of 8:00: AM to 5:30: PM, Monday you go to the polls to cast your Vote.A trees.flowers Daisies against were a background placed in the of mm)>!<'" -


through Thursday and 8:00: AM to 6:00: PM on Fridaysin Concerned Resident Of Starke Who Is TOTALLY munion man.Eddie Wayne rail.Amerson Holland attended from Helle'iellwas as DOM


order to accomodate the working man. INTERESTED and EAGER To Work For The ,People Of Danny groomsman Anderson and and Vicki ushers O'C'onnoll, were

This City. !Mrs Viola Hagucwood of Stalk.-

Steve Simmons will work the front counter so the people was Amerson matron of of honor McDavid and Miss Becky w a-

wishing to do business directly with the tax collectorwill Very active in the recreationof bridesmaid.in baby blue country The were style gowned gowns auk with;

yellow- and white flowers of dotuilSwKs
have the to do this city. material They wore: XSl'i.'SU''C'
opportunity so. ...
Oafntn! {
. A ture hats and BouYjuVfS
family man.:: mixed blue white and yellow flowers at
Steve Simmons 'if 2 of The bride given in marriage bhi'i"
.will study the work load in the Tax years college. father wore a baby blue silken crepe

Former city employee floor length country style dress with
Collectors office to see if 8 time employees are lung lace sleeves made by heisi'll
Four She wore a baby blue picture hat mid'
needed. This could result in savings in the budgetof year military man. carried a bouquet of mixed blue
while and yellow flowers

the Tax Col lector's office. Thank You Fellowship reception Hall where was Mrs.hold 1 I.."i"". Far:I the I I

l Iv greeted the !guests! lit the door and
For Your Denise Anderson kept the bride h 1

volt STEVE SIMMONSYOUR book The bi'ide's table was CO'Irt',1ilil .
a white 1.lcduth with a wvildinilcake :
Vote And
Support bow I I
III one c-iul The I punch was
at the other end of the t"hle.rullllci

.. TAX COLLECTOR ON SEPT. 9th. Sept. 9th1110 the Sandra punch. Caulev bowl I was mid Janice a garland Joiktl itdaisies .. ,\'

cut the cake and Shirley Spencer anti
Pd Pol Adv! Pd for by Dot Simmons Camp Ten Pd PDI AdMjaa'or By Scott Whitehead Bldrs Debby Anderson presided at tin

= = punch htmlFollowing I. '
a wedding!! trip I"llomiisassa
1 3Aq Springs Busch (;lIrd"II"Circuli
World Sea World and UisiuvU

OFFICIAL PRIMARY. BALLOT Sun or'M.ke. the couple T is siding I HI;'

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NO. REPUBLICAN PARTY .P.

.. BRADFORD
COUNTY FLORIDA Miss Gwen J Zack, "
PRECINCT NO. '.
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".1'' Luncheon llonorre
-- SEPTEMBER 9 1980 :.t; ... '
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l Signature of Voter Initials :Miss Gwen Xack watt honored; with \
STUB NO. 1 ,.':!uF\ ''t:,; of Issuing Official a bridal hllll'h'on'edm'III)'. .Vug. "'1.\".
.. 27. ill the home of :Mrs l David 1 1Iun.: y,? \
I tgiimerv w ith hostesses :Miss JanetMonlgniuvrv /
iiml :'olrll.lil'llic: Carter, :;
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1 OFFICIAL P' Sf&r BALLOTREPUBLICAN T3MM3JI3HT Sr. ;t'

NO. The! nine IUl'StlI're! seated at u \" 1
= l.uge.: evil table centered b>' an arraiigeitienl +1'\
: PARTY '. a .:K: of pink silk, flowers Place r
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}: : .i. .,: cards dl'cor.II(1lIh silk flowers -
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA ; marked the seating rangement' ( 1
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PRECINCT NO. .. -W,' ..:"' '" ",. 1 1- I he hostesses presented [he 41/
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;:. 't.>; .1.. .:'" :' '. ,: .. honoree with u corsage of pink silk ;.
SEPTEMBER 9 1980 ..(',. ...,,", ''F' 1' : .: : -:. flowers und the cream pitcher ol her .:
t ,{ Initials t-- chosen china' pattern as a memento of "!J4
NO' ;, ; of Issuing Official a
STUB 2 .. t the occasion
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: ." 'f'" "., /" -, I I. S Tanner grandmother/ nf i

?; rf :.: <. )o'[v (f ..: :' : bride iiiul :Mrs Robert K. ( ( \ .-
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OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT ,; : \I, mother of the groom :.

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REPUBLICAN PARTY7.\ 1 .. : : :';" ,

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA .loI' }JIt I.} ( .. ;.. Lisa McDowell )y ,
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1" Yji.. Honoree'
PRECINCT NO. / ; : ; "
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SEPTEMBER 9, 1980 ; "f' ..\U.11\\ ::\\t :.4 t. ,>:, mar- '" .-
I I : .' t ,;f mine to Benny Carter will be un event Ii
t. :
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TO VOTE for r' of Sept 20 was honored with a bridal ;:..
a candidate, mark a croft (IX) in the! blank space at the RIGHT of the name, of the candidate for whom you desire to ..: ': I ;'\ 1/: shower Tuesday night. AUK 26 given 'I. .
v/ote.
.. {" :;' 1trrf.\ ; 'fI'! .t ..'t-i't.I1 ; by :Mrs George Winkler; Mrs. Arthur ; .:.:
r, C},,' ')i;'. .' ....'.1:. : '" Winkler and Mrs. Kenneth Grider at
S: 1"'" ''., '''i' '.1 ......::7 ,,1'"" I the home of the latter. /'.. ;
CONGRESSIONAL F '. ; l' ..' After opening many lovely and !f. :
:,\: : /:. ; : : : ;. t 31 .; ; useful gifts, guests and honoree'were : j,
UNITED .
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SENATORVote ., ./ ,. r. ': ': '';,,: '" >.'.' in\.lt'd to the refreshment table j.\\, .
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( for One which
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NDER CRENSHAW '- i ,'J; ... 4 '.J.J:: :;f'\;:; : :t\H\ ; .t t''i": ;., ..t..lt: i.1'c",: t,: :" silver pompoms,? bowl with of yellow leather roses leaf fern, bronze and .:t.. r.
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', LEWIS DtNKINS '. .. :. .' # ,t.<. \\ '4 :,, Thirty-six Invited '
.r-ttt: f,. : (.I'o ,. I I',''; ': guests were to attend
: ; ," t' between the hours of and'
LOU fREY, JR. .: :. } : 7:30 '.
9-30
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Also
p.m. present both
I were
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1 0/ _.,..'{. mothers Mrs. .-
: L. William Carter and ;
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PAULA HAWKINS ,' .- "; A. ,.\) .{ ,J' ;
.. '-- .' J'f1l".Ie> 1; '..:: .ff.( ..J Mrs Eugene McDowell. also both I. I
grandmothers
".It art the groom Mrs Ben tt
ELLIS RUBIN ..' Rowland and Mrs. Russell Carler, .,
The hostesses presented the n
JOHN T. WARE "
honoree with two serving pieces of f .r
her chosen pattern of stoneware as.a
memento of the occasion


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,Heather Sheri Sapp 2>Jj J< ", .

: Vote For & ElectEmmett Celebrates Fifth I

Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin returned i I
Little Miss Heather Sapp, daughter Tuesday night after 10 days trip attending -
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the
1981 Oldsmobile
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Sapp Jr. showing
B.AKRIDGE of Lawtey celebrated her firth birthday In Las &!bttefford'! Nov., visited Mr. and 'I
Mrs. Gene In Albuquerque,
Saturday Aug. 20, with a large
N.M. and and
Mr.
Mrs. Ken Baldwin
swimming party held at Lowry Lake.
In
Pa.
There was all day swimming and CamphW,
plcnicing. Heather's birthday cake
was designed by her special orders a RE-ELECT ,
large chocolate sheet cake decorated rr TOM CASEYSuperintendent
with pastel bouquets of flowers and erf i
centered with a Mickey Mouse. Cake Schools l
and ice cream were served to all attending -
among those were Cheryl Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson and son I
Tax Collector Bradford County (mother), Annie (Sherry aunt), Mrs. Kevin of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. \
Charles P. Sapp, Sr.: (Nana) and Donald Jerkins and daughter of Max- I I
Heidi slater).The party was given by vine spent Friday to Monday at Camp "j" I
Emmett jB. the ladles of the Volunteers of landing.

Wants The Opportunity To.Work ForAKIftH1GE America and staff and a good time
was had by all. t
Mr. and Mrt. H.A. Lawson and son,
: The People of Bradford County Bud Lawson visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe ":
Lisa Griffis Jordan and family in Live Oak on

Celebrates 11th Monday.Mr. I+

BirthdayLisa and Mrs. Douglas Hardy spent
Emmett B.AKRIDGE the weekend with her brother, James
Would Consider It An Honor And 11th birthday Marie Griffis Thursday celebrated afternoon her, Randal Debra Trainor Smith Burnham in Panasofkee.
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Aug. 21, at a hamburger cookout at REELECTTOM
: A Priviledge To Work For The her home on Bradford Road, given by CASEYSuperintendent
Debra Smith.
Miss Brenda Masters.. Dianne of
People of Bradford County Crepe paper streamers and Randal Trainor Schools I

balloons decorated the party decorated rooms.in To Wed Sept. 12 Out-of-town guests at the Cindy
cake
The was
birthday
Emmett blue and white and was toppedby Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith an- Edwards-Tom Duncan wedding Aug. i I
Will Be Available green of 9 were Dr. and Mrs. Don Duncan and I
Always To The miniature horses. nounce the approaching marriage Miss Amy Duncan of Pfafftown N.C.,
The 11 guests attending Included their daughter Debra Dianne to Randal -
Mrs. Coral Lee Duncan and Ms. Donna
AKRIDGEEniniett members and Dawn Moseleyand L. Trainor, of Mrs. Edna Martin -
: family son
Jacksonville, Miss Sandy
Duncan of
!:!:!pleoflJradfordCounty Lisa Phen. and theJate Leo Tralnor all of Duncan and Bob Basham of

----------------- Starke. Panama City, Miss Laurel Johnsonand
The wedding will take place Friday,
Tim Kirkpatrick of Tallahassee,
Mr: and Mrs. Billy Jo Beal of Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in Smyrna Baptist Dave Relnken and Allen Relnkln of
B.AKRIDGE. Kingsley Lake have bought the J.D. Church. A reception will follow at the Gastonia, N.C.
home of Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Mar-
Will Make Only One Promise;' Odom, Jr. house on N. Walnut Street


: ""To Do The Best ,Job 1 I Can" For The Miss. Mrs.Lillian W.H.Stump Thomson Mrs. J.W.and Griffin Mrs.- tin.All atlend.friends and relatives are invitedto REELECTTOM CASEYSuperintendent of

weekend at -----------------
J.M. Blackshear spent the SchoolsMr.
People of Bradford CountyYour Panacea.Mr. The Reddish family held a. get-
together Monday evening at the homeof
'. and Mrs. Ted of Marietta -
r Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish with Stilley
.1. and Mrs! J.T. Prevatt, Jr. and approximately 30 attending. They en- Ga. were Monday visitors of Mr.

Vote, And Support Will Appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hartley and joyed swimming In the pool in the and Mrs. R.C. Buford. I
families of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. afternoon followed by.a covered dish
J.T. Prevatt Sr. of Lawtey spent T.H. Slade has returned from St. I
.' God Bless and Thank You Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W.H. supper. Vincent's Hospital where he under
Agner at Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of went surgery last week. 1
celebrated Mr. Prevatt, Jr.'s birth- Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr.
Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. For By Emmett B. AKrtdgtl day. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Douglas Seymour of Miami spent' I
the weekend with his parents Mr. and
'r Mrs. J.D. Seymour at Kingsley Lake.

REELECTTOM I

OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT ,:.' CASEYSuperintendent of I

School I I

NO. f : r. :>' :%;; DEMOCRATIC.PALLOr + i' Ii I i
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; ; Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendetta and son I
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\;:. : BRADFORD COLV \ fLORIDA and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker of
during the
PRECINCT NO. Savannah Ga. were guests
weekend of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon-
SEPTtt:LR 9. 19BO crief,
nf .\later"I', .. t '. .. Initials. I of Official I .d .ft
Signaturp .. Issuing ,
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1' I.'l W". : >) IUts N0lfT \, '. "j .. ,r llftr and Mrs H; tf.jfelty: of Slarlttf 4 :
.. :.::4. ;.J :.W .. f ...I !f : :..'ryI"n't'--!"'.. .:,,!' ..,-"I'r-t', .,.....rq'r f... ..; :.J\I't\ wttl'.f: ., ', : t;II I'bu ... Mr.. >:snd'"Mn.' Nuliun"! Blatk uf 31.( -
}! : ". .', and Mr. and Mrs. Mall rt
: Au i' ',. .. .: \. . .1 Petersburg .
Heightsand
.. .4.'il" ; '_ Schweighardt' Keystone
':.1. .. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT" : ,. families were tubing on the
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,. ; Ichtucknee River on Saturday.RE.El.ET :
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No "i\1'\ '' (" "
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CASEY:
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'. '* V1", BRADFORD f"FLORIDA :; Superintendent ofSchooU ( I.
lPRECINCTr \ ,
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SEP ..v'lBER 9 1980 ; --- .
'. .i" : I Mr. and !Mrs. J.C. Vining of Pulalka
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; STUB NO. 2 ? I ;"I"t '.' \' and Mrs. L.D. Vining of Starke visited
f' : ; 1 ,. \ relatives in Valdosia Ga. on Satur
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"d'e. ',,: IL i/" '{ ,
; ': !/ Mrs. Mack Williams spent' the I
.t OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT i" : 'f.t/t";! : ; weekend with her daughter and family
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I : City Council Shows No Inclination To Repair Generator at $255,000 .

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"You can use it for a boat anchor. If "You're going to be amazed"Clerk And the city substation to get F'PL tilty officials doubt a high speed transformer during the thunder price was set by city engineers! And
I you can find a boat big enough," said Merrill Edwards said Tuesday night power Is currently being enlarged; Its engine, such as the city's Wor- storm Tuesday about 5 p.m. was a price Longchamp had bargained -
councilman Ted Oglesby after Starke Sept. 2, before giving the council the will be tripled. thington, will ever last. for. The council was not willing to
commissioners were given a 255.000 price quoted by Creole Production Creole also gave the city a price of .Told Clermont Bizier of bargain on utilities for the Bessent: '.
t price for repairing the 3,300 KW Worthington Services, Inc. Council members $192,000 to reset In concrete, Longchamp Inc. it will cost the firm Road development.
electricity generator.The greeted the $253,000 estimate mostly the four 25-year-old 1,000 KW Superior In other action, the council: $720 per dwelling unit, or $1,440 per "This Is something we need In the
f biggest engine In the Starke with silence. generators the city is still using. If the duplex, for sewer and water tap-ons development," said councilman
power plant the 3.300 KW Wor- There are no plans at present to engines are not regrouted, the resul- .Was told by Commissioner Including a $435 sewer service Impactfee Wilbur Waters. But Waters explainedthat
thington was bought In 1974 for pursue having the engine repaired. tant vibration may eventually Schaefer that the sidewalk repair project for the 50-unit townhouse projecton though the city wants
$725.000 and the city is still making City officials doubt the engine would damage them. Is proceeding on Cherry and Call Bessent Road, even though Longchamp to build the townhouses,
bond payments on it. The engine ran run long Is repaired. Besides, the cityIs The prices from Creole were not actual Streets, and soon will move to Walnut Longchamp will do the work. The It can't bypass the utility hookup fees
only Intermittently and for a year now currently buying about half its elec- bid prices, but, according to Street. units will sell for$26,000 each and will or the Impact fee. The council had ap-
has been off line. tricity from Florida Power Light.more Creole's letter, gives the city be 994 square feet, says Bizier. proved the development at an earlier
I Heard Supt. Merrill Dees
Indication of the magnitude of report "The city will spend less than'an meeting.
that the city's largest transformer, a
work. hour out there," Bizier told the coun-
E I Edwards said the Creole firm has 300-KV job that serves the Western cil. Accepted a bid of$2,703 from Man-

I j Rally... ......................................... repaired other Worthington engines 7:03 Steer Steakhouse, an hour, was quicker back than on line Dees by Commissioner Schaefer said the city ning Fence Co. of Keystone Heightsfor
around the country and will stand p.m. does not have the manpower to put installing 364 feet of 10-foot high
behind their work. thought Lightning struck the three strandsof
From men to work on a private project. chain link fencingwith
promise you that I will run the of Bizier had pointed out that in barbed wire at the top, around the
what of tax collector honestly and with Longchamp's development In Knight city's electric substation on East Call
the people to the best of my ability," Subdivision the city did the work and Street. Manning's bid was $1,000
says. charged $1,500 lot. under the $3,700 bid of Webb FenceCo. .
more than will also avail myself of every Beauty Shop Changes Hands Commissioner per Silcox said that of Gainesville.
agencies to gain knowledge about -
Alachua position," Hurst said.
business. Simmons, real estate Starke's oldest beauty shop,started Loudon.A .
stated he Is a life-long resi- back In the 1930's by Mrs. Leila Mun- cosmetology license was not re-
tional of Bradford County. dy, changed hands in August, boughtby quired when Mrs. Mundy started the
FSP, pointed out for the last Dimple Overstreet from Mrs. shop In the 30's. Mrs. Johns, then a y- ElectSandra
60 percent years he has been in real estate Eloise Loudon. newlywed and new to Starke, showed
Perry and management and knows Name of the shop, at 117 Mrs. Mundy how to style hair. Mrs.
to work with people and knows S.Thompson Street In Starke, has Johns had worked in St.Petersburg as ,; S. Norman
Mayor of to manage money. been changed to Dimple's Style Shop. a hair stylist and worked for Mrs. .
resigned stated that if elected to Mrs. Loudon,who owned the beauty Mundy before buying her out.
collector's he will shop for the past 13 will
missioner post adjust years con of Elections -
of the office so it will be tinue to work there.A third employee, Mrs. Mundy says she can Supervisor :
seat.McGriff to accommodate the working Pat King, has just been hired by Mrs. remember before World War II
Farm le. Overstreet. charging 40 cents for a shampoo and In Working/
was will also run the office honestly Started by Mrs. Leila Mundy backin finger wave. The price today is $5.50. Experience
City was and with intelligence1, the 30's, the shop was then sold to Mrs. Mundy charged 10 cents for a With The People Of,
ty in 1970, says. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Hall. The shop was manicure which today costs $3.
Alachua then bought by the late Mrs. Ruby The shop originally opened on East (;it'f A Bradford County! :
1978 was of Schools Johns, who sold to Mrs. Loudon who Call Street In the store formerly oc- ;
re-elected Tom Casey! seeking a then worked for Mrs. Johns. cupied by Nasworthy's Store. It mov-
of the term pointed out that rules for Mrs. Overstreet has been a hair ed to where Leila's Dress Shop used to Working! Woman Will Work (Hard To Serve
McGriff school system are made in stylist for the past 11 years.She work- be on East Call Street, then moved to
that he is by the legislature. ed in Gainesville one year and for the its present location when Mrs. Johns A Chance!! And Please The PeopleOf
post. He takes a lot of ability to imple- past 10 years has worked for Mrs. .bought it. ; Bradford County.Pd .
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He those programs properly,
Pot Adv Pd for by Sandra Norman
County Bill" q says.legislature now does more .". I

bill has 99 we give them credit for," Casey

which The will law requires this year schools i
was a County to have a 1-22 stu .,
the K-3rd ratio. Next year it will be reduc-
McGriff 1-20, Casey pointed out. FREEPlace
ference on pointed out over the past four
the the teachers and ad
in the system have work- Islas
drove to to improve the math ability of !
Lake where now the system at
Lake City one of the highest scores in the

days, 1
students, he added, at- EVERYTNING WE SELL NASA 1,
CALIFORNIA
"I am a 99 percent average..
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more have good discipline In the MONEY RED OR WHITE
McGriff ," Casey says. GRAPESGUARAnTEE. R G G e
Bradford talked about the operating BACK
Eunice, which amounts to $7,250,000
Southside millage has been reduced from !
Gainesville 4.8 mills which will be effective
Gene .. work."I 1 of this year. I 11III
candidate Lawson a teacher In the 3 LB 6 FOR

Eunice ,,, County School system who BAG "
poorest in Stake,pointed\ ourthat he has :Jrr. ''n, ... pI
same a teacher, lor the past 16 years .. :
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Eunice has served as a classroom 0' "' 'aa;. : 81g.68. .
gun control.Tax coach, and administrator ,. : ;,".( '" ,,Ii' ; : "
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that period of time. He added '

Em mill he and has accounting.experience in budget : CLOROX : SAVE 30' SAVE 20. A LB SAVE 18'Is

Bradford Lawson stated he has 21 :

fice.he never He business stated experience.that over the past : BLEACH c __

Bradford County schools
Marine years
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Akridge some discipline problems. He A :
Marine out his daughter was attacked ... .
Fe way to school by hoodlums. : ONE 58 : NEW CROP SAVI! --I OUR YOU
has been a hoodlums were kept in school : GAL. it4 PRUNEu SNO WHITE' PRICE 'sAVe i
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basis Lawson ... .
with says. WITH THIS' COUPON OOOD THURS 5&
: THMUW.0..PT..0.19.0.U.'T.I.' Mushrooms T'RA" 1
pointed out that FTE fun 21' i
; Company. COUPON WI1H >T 90 OR FOOD .
PLUMS
j. "I will to $1,114 for each child ORDEM.TOBACCO PRODUCTS S...CLIIO.... A r PREEN I

Akridge Esther: the Bradford budget County has been Schools.overspent He =................: oo Hou.V. e Boiling FRESHLY PACKAGED Peanuts2LB98 22- J JPMIC1"AII"

clerk In the year. He charged the superin '' '1
WESTERN" Slaw pna.48
Salad n'
she is a has had to dip into millage .BEAUTY
has worked In order to balance the bUdget. Bartlett Pears Lao 11 .....H.
years. should be used for existing ALL PURPOSE Fla. Avocados. EACH68! n* !
OUR YOU *
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Hall and new programs, PRICE SAYS Yellow Onions tal 8 T ,lit
retire In says. 1....ROLL-ON..0,OR NSC. e .s"S."HUII

sell Hall real of Elections Ultra Ban. 990 40', r Id"I'l,amlII. It j i

fice of tax Neva Flynn pointed out 30'.T".LeT80.a..CA7L':19: ubb LiBBY mB SAVE 12'LIBBY'S' libbyi j
manner of supervisor of elections Tylenol. 30 ubbyy ...a ?' .-
the other duties and the responsibili ....MOUTHWASH GREEN BEANSsJ lfbby'r; .
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County an and important one including Signal *1 50 70" 16oz CAN OR '''hD'''' $1 CORl! ",
Hall supervising all elec.
the fact In the county. To.SHAMPOO FRENCH QREEIj 'I CREAM STYLE-OR ?
tried to office qualifies all candidates Silkience 129 so .15514k BEAnS WHOLE KERNEL : COJ\N: !

the ballot all ballots, Mrs. Flynn SO R SECURITY HBO.OH SUPPER 15.5oz 160z CAN ,... .
t during her out. Kotex Tampons .159 30 .
l "I have SOE registers all voters for I
A from County, Starke, BO CAPSULES BXTMA STWBNQTMDexatrlm )1II\U\ Y I off" YOU.
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Lawtey .
2.49 ells lIi' S II PRICE SAVE ,
and .
til the Hampton. She ONO LIVER REG.ON SUGAR FREE '4.9/ UO,
"If registration books are purged Dr. 1 Lux .9920' 1
will not two years. SAVE WITH GENERIC Pepper P II IPOSIYJo1J Liquid \
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Hall says.. very proud of my record, US "wSf1SAVE '
"I will be said. Mayonnaise . 990 2O" Libby Peas . 39 10
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9 Hall says. 18 years, she pointed out that '11" WHOLE"HITS ....PANTRY PRIDE' '* a.aSol POTATOES PP CREAM
Carl have been held with 826 Potatoes 2 9 39. Grapefruit Juice. .69'* ioMtoi Betty Crocker. .471 ie
Councilman for 295 ofices. More than AVEao-.MM ..
been a ballots have been used In the u I ce.1* PANTRY PRIDE' ISo PANTRY PRIDE
I ford County AAppIa..Ia-MIXED Peanut Butter. . slag, 20 Beets . 4$1,32Vegetables .
"When record I am most proud of Is 2939* .
out .. RINSO PANTRY PRIDE
pointed < !
be my only Rally.... Page 9\ MVE so'.7.55....MACARONI LAUNDRY NT -fQQ M FLAKEDCOFFEE $21.9
Cheese DINNeR25C33. DETERGENT SwvESO'
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SAVE SO- J2.. WIMEAT O MUSH 01
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FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY . . 4973* ISolOSAOEBlackeye GAVE aiu DUNCAN NINES'' FAMILY' PNICR

SAVE sw.w. Peas. 3/ 1 178 Brownie Mix .. . 147
Black Pepper 69 I4o>HANOVER 14m KRAFT DELUXEMacaroni
We can build on your lot a three bedroom, SAVE IS01CRIAMY Pork & Beans.. .4/*1 24 Dinner. . 107 l J

Peanut BOTTER89* i" to.ITALIAN. tOol JET WHITE I

two bath brick veneer home. .SAVE so*,ao CT.so GAL Kraft Dressings. .. .59* 16 Ma.rshmalloWsKRAFn. .49

Trash Bags. *19 i" 100 CT. PANTRY. PRIDE, WITH TAOS ass RtO.OE HICKORYBarbecue

NO MONEY DOWN. 11% % Interest .@Avgas'.4ROLL Tea Bags. . .1 29 20 Sauce (KRAFT) 119

Bath Tissue. 77* '!- M COUNT.FOOD STORAGE 1S.BGrape. .

yon qualify. V.A. ft F.H.A. Ziploc Bags i e *1OT Jelly (KRAFT . 83
TOTAL...j92.1OM
Also 4% Interest Available.Longchamp.


VEGETABLE SAVE*....PANTRY PRIDE SOURDOUGH OR '
Homes English Muffins. 22.7 8*

OIL SAVE 80'.PANTIIY PRIDE ISM LOAVES COUNTRY SQUIRE TIDE
Pull-a-Part Bread .2s38SAVE : .
964-6853 24oz BTL. If-...._. BROTHERS PUMPERNICKEL. ., LAUNDRY

A Rye Bread . 68SAVI DETERGENT
StarkeAlso 8 9 l e]
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Repairs and Remodeling Pecan. Twirls .2/08 tOAVE* O I71oa 5'-39'
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(From PaellA) stated that be la a life-long resident of store
at the Bradford-Union County Joe '
Warren, J former Starke City I School Board
that we have" never had a court "I the am area.proud of the record" of the county line operated on Moonnlight Enterprises that he over Commissioner teacher Bradford-Union and a District 4Rodney
challenge, Flynn says. at the Vocational blow P.Hall at Du-
commission: over the last four the last 21 an employee
i Sandra Norman former owner ofNorman' .... including resurfacing and He pointed out that during that time"I Technical Center in Starke la a pont and a former U-year member of
i Produce In Starke, pointedout repaying 70 miles of secondary roads have owned and operated heavy District candidate for the commission from the school board stated that after sit.
she was born and raised at 5. ting out a four-year term "I have
over the last four years, Carter says.He equipment and have the knowledge to "I will let! know what's a
KlngaleyLake. pointed out that some sections\ of help the you going on b new fresh perspective on the operation -
with its needs.
county from
I "If elected, I will try to register SB-1 been Congress down to the .county of the school system and am
have not yet turned over to '"I will have
an open ear for the taxpayers "
I more voters and try to save on commission Warren ..y.. "
money the county for maintenance. and ready to go to work for you.
roads of the
t the SOE county. Hart Wilbur Waters, who Is his
budget, Norman said.v Carter pointed out that the Housing '. Starke seat Hall pointed out the school system
Finance Authority is ARM of'the t City Commission seek Was the county's largest business and
program a help was president Bradford ,the
County Commission. to the economy of the are for middle High All Sports Club the county commission post, stated employer. "It needs to be run on a
K District 1 Income families and la found In only 1979- 0 school year. during :'of that Starke.he has worked" hard.for. the City" sound businesslike basis," Hall says
Lawrence Motley. Starke' tire two other counties, Polk and Ouvsl. He pointed out there were nearly 400
dealer stated that he will be responsive Carter stated Bradford has a nice Richard Roberts estate and Insurance Waters explained that he operates ai employees. .
to the needs of the people of the road Identification system In the man and son of former coup* i bulldoze business and has knowledge Vernon Permenter, Incumbent,
I county. county. 4t ty commissioner George Roberts Jr.1 :of all areas of Bradford County. pointed out that he will soon have
|>, "I admit, I do not have all :theanswers "I will continue to make myself has attended St. Johns River Junior ., He stated that the roads in the county three members of his family in the.
." College in the need to be improved. Waters added
[ Mosley says available to the citizens tf the county Palatka University of school system Including a daughter.
ft. He will work hard if elected Mosley ," Carter North Florida In Jacksonville and ,that he would like to see limerock added that Is a senior this year.
[promised.Incumbent. Lawrence says Grltffs. born and raised worked at the Reception and Medical" to those county roads' Kt outlined that the school board,
Dave Shuford. Lawtey In the county has operated Kainbow' Center Rober4itated "We need to have better boat ramps over the last four years has made Improvements
Service Station operator, stated he Egg Farm on Griff Loop for the In he went to with the. money set aside especially / to Lawtey Elementary
I wanted to thank the voters for Allowing six .peat work for Roberts Century 21 real ,foreleect Waters p with School; completed the vocational
him to serve as county commissioner "rears. a special Interest estate firm and insurance agency In' I will work all ,school building projects: remodeled
I for the past 16 years and asked group- the taxpayers and voter ofBradford Starke. and Keystone Heights.. t county department heads to try to the Bradford High School cafeteria In
ffor another four year term. County" Griffis .. "I will look at each problem in an! help solve some of the problems of .which all students now eat, currently
says."I
"I have tried hard to serve you withMior plan to hold the meetings ot the Impartial manner" Roberts says' these departments,'.' Waters says. remodeling the Bradford High School.
and dignity" Shuford says. commission at a time where more Any decision I make will be the, gymnasium put walls Bradford
_l Shuford outlined the ac- working attend, the best for the majority of the people. ", ;School Board Campaign Trail... Middle School.
[complishments made by the commlsI -,; meetings,'people Griffis may says. Roberta says. C District 3"Incumbent Neva FI,..' was handle out Over the last four years Parmenter'.tated.
iton during his time on the board: a He pointed out that the commissionneeds "I will have a straight forward ap i J.R. (Jim) Lawson, an poUUcsl cards In front of the Fie'lds'bank the tax: mllfage has dropped
I nice courthouse library new road to 'work on the roads and proach with all other 'Commissioners ,automobile salesman and owner of at Starts last week., Both Mrs. ,from II.4 to 4.8 mills ,
'..epartment building, and new drainage. Some ditches In the county ," Roberts says. the Starke Montgomery Ward Store Flyna and challenger Sandra Norman Parmenter pointed out that the
Intenance shop. need Improvement according to Griffis. Jennings Starling, of Graham self. told the crowd at the rally that a' say tkcy'v bees meeting as manyreopto school system has no Indebtedness.
During the last two years, Shuford employed In the land clearing :school board member has a complex as ,You tan "We, have also improved the:
Inted out, over 70 miles of secon- Griffis stated the county needs to business and operator of semi-trucks and difficult Job.He pointed out Brad- maay more ppeeospl la town than goo g salaries of teachers and non..
ary roads have been resurfaced and setup a regular grading and drainageprograms. stated he has been In business. most of.' ford has a school budget of nearly 8 :door-"' _. Mrs. Flynn says. Instructional personnel without any I
his adult life. million dollars and the budget is In the "
e ved. : raise in the tax mlllage according tq
''1 have never been backed by any : "I understand rural work in a rural black. Parmenter. 1
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{special groups and have always paid County CommissionDistrict county," 8tarllnasay.. Lawson pointed out'"one board Technical Center has been com Parmenter commented that,
I campaign expenses out of my ownpocket. 9 Starling pointed out that he has member cannot do things alone. pleted. discipline In schools Is a fact of life. I,
f ,* Shuford added saying that Homer. Hart, operator of a feed been a rural landowner ,andIInd..t.nd. .' He pointed out over the last two He stated the Bradford High Gymnasium "I don't represent any.special,
|Is what he is doing now. heavy equipment' years the Bradford Middle Schoolnow was In the process of being groups I represent you," Parmenter.
bulldozing and construction: needs of a. has four walls and the board has 'remodeled. Curtains for the ,: I
f County CommissionDistrict ELECT rural county. 'put walls in that school. ,auditorium at BHS have been ordered said.'i' t
3Incumbent Esther 8. Hall "I will not make a lot of promises," Lawson stated the Lawtey Elemen- .according to Lawson. .
Maxie Carter, Jr., Tax Collector j but will debate the Issues,'' Starling. ',tary School has been remodeled and Dr.Richard Odom area dentist anda Mistakes in :
says. the Bradford-Union Vocational concerned parent, stated that '
{education is essential for each and Aucilla Map
1/every child to be educated to his or
'her potential. LAKE CITY.. Archers planning to
Odom pledged to use his business hunt the.Aucilla Wildlife Management
,,experience if elected to the school Area, located near Perry'
board. should take note of two mistakes
Cash, "I will be In all the schools attend listed on the hunt map. '
PLUS all district, state and regional Archery hunting will be allowed on
meetings pertaining to operation of the area September 13 through October .,:
Savings I! .the school system,' Odom says 12 except south of US Win Jefferson -
"I will make decisions on the school and Wakulla counties and east
board In a straight forward of US IS in Taylor county..The hunt
businesslike manner," Odom says. map incorrectly states In one place)
Mom that hunting is permitted from
September 8 through September 30. ',,
-..tNSP'tCtf.0DRUMSTICKS HYGRADE:' YOU CAN'T the second mistake Is also listed
a GREAT GROUND under the archery hunt section. Incor
HOT >',BEEF; BUY BETTER rectly listed under"legal to take"are
deer with at least one antler five or
Baying
DOGS SO WHY PAY more Inches In length. This should
Gold & Silver' read deer with at least one antler viola) ',
MORE? / ble above the hairline.

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Page MA TELEGRAPH
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Students in Grades 10-12Must Be Immunized Against Measles _

ElectSandra said Bradford -
for It
Dr. Jerry Rubin, physician for the HRS) that students In grades 10-12 Dr. Rubin explained that students "I'm High 100 principal percent Jim Duncan,who
county Health Department who works must be Immunized against measles in grades 10-13 missed the which mandatory went said the students who have not been
S. Norman here two days per week,bas Informed to attend school. Immunization program Immunization is Immunized are Identified.
the Bradford school board of a state Bradford High students have been ,into effect In 1971. and Schools now require all entering or
,
Health and.RehabUiUtlve Services given until Oct. 15 to go to the county permanent the doctor explained the new students to be Immunized Duncan -
need to have
and be Immunizedfree. ,this group of people
of Election health department pointed out.
Supervisor shots white In school to prevent them
.Principal Jim Duncan said some
agreementwith
out Into the world unprotected. board signed an
BUS students have not been going The
to 600
Jr ELECTEither SCO Is measles Department to provide
Rubin said there a the Health
i
measles.
Experience In Working 8.HaU Immunized against Immunized epedemte going on now In the coun student athletes and bu drivers

With The People Of Tax Collector before HRS school wanted opened students, but there was try. He explained the danger of with freee..mlnaUons.but Dr.Rubin the

not time. The school board rushed Rubella exposure to pregnant said he cannot will does many aspoIIBlbJe.
Bradford County through a policy change requiring a ,mothers. physicals but rot
Cite A ElectUWXENCEGK1FFI3 deadline of The immunization process Is aim- HD receives: $ ,
setting
Woman Work Hard To Serve Sept.public 15 hearing. then extended it to Oct. 15. pie Dr.Rubin explained-Health all students Department HRS for performing asked the the sertlce.boardto
Working Will Students who have not been immunized have to do Is go to the However Dr.Rubin It hai
shot The shot would the $ .OOO
free
for a continue to pay
measles must become so
And Please The PeopleOf against measles, health departmenand
Cotmty Commissions from school until Immunize them against been giving the
A Chance! or face expulsion to do all the!
mumps, and Rubella. fl so, promised
Diet
Bradford County.Ptf 3 they are Immunized. the board signed th i
P Pol.Adv. physicals
.Pot Ado M. for by Swum Normui. agreement with HRS, but did not
agree to the additional fee.


Remember I No Charges Filed

Grandparents Day In Collision : ;;

EC( No one was Injured in a car-vane
September 7th mishap with $600 damage tovthe[ (
-Intersection
vehicles involved in Starke at th
and CR-IOOA at
of US-301
We fill Madlcald prescriptions.We also honor most Insurance 12:55: :p.m.Police.Tuesday Sept. 2.

". f prescription drug programs. Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist. records show a J978
nayoun Oldsmobile sedan operated by Sarah
P. Torode, of Starke was traveling
east on CR-100A making a left turn on-
to US-301 pulled in front of a.1973
GILLETTE ATRA Zackeria D.
JOHNSON iJOHNSON 'BODY ON TAP Ford van driven by
RAZOR BLADES Johnson, 17, of Bronson that was'going
SWABS CONDITIONERPOWDER
QUALITY COTTON
Mlcrosmoothlwln US-301. The Ford then
south on
blade cartridges f* Decorative pack. IFS. ... 7-oz.bottle, the Torode car on the left side.
BABY struck
LIMIT 1 H of 300 swaba ... 2 types.
II Issued by police.
1.4 LIMIT 1 89. LIMIT 1 No citations were
9
Soft 4 smooth.14-ci. bals 5/1
LIMIT 1 Irr.ar

TAM PAX
TAMPONS I w
57 ECKERD I1-i Box of 40,Regular,
PEROXIDE Super or Super Plus.
... 10 wi..8-OZ ALK A SELTZER LIMIT 1
... bottle. ANTACID k?
39.
LIMIT| C; Relieves upset stomach, 179
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87 bottle of 25 LIMIT 1 yr'Y
b, a:

CLAIROL I _ -'Ii 1

CONDITION ,.
SHAMPOO FASHION ;

For beautiful hair.16-oz. TOTE BAG PLASTIC S-SHELF
bottle,3 types LIMIT 1 Assorted color can

va.wllhconlrasllngIrlm.. REG. $11.99 fiesvydutyplas-ETAGERE C* t, o.
tic, easy to as
119 """rr
aemble.Assorted fr ?

888FRESH colors REQ $2999 __


___________ START 988 IRONING i Metal BOARD construction, ". s f- r

DETERGENT ( ventilated top..ad

12OUNCEFLAVORROAST Heavy duty laundry Lo.height. \.
{ delergenl.21-oz.aize. "
REQ, $2.19 LIMIT 1 '

PEANUTS ..... ,
149or \ s\: \
Dry roasted,no sugar VIP PRO DRYCURLING !'
oil added 1 .
REG. $1.19 LIMIT 1 IRON .'
r?P HM Dual heat 15/30walla. ...,; .1' \ \.\..
WIPES
EASY .
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fM. Illuminated numerals. / ,, ": ._'
NO NONSENSE ARMOR ALL S*9 Top mounted controls :
--.Y..rw.r 22 Wake to AM/FM music
EASY TO BE ME PROTECTANTPANTY No.OCR 1700 REQ$2899 Joy
l jm fg\ Protects&beau and the Bean Stalk '.,,;
HOSE \ "
."=5E 13 1M *T1 9%J Illtes. 8'oz alze.
Panties&hose all In one H REQ.! $3.29 This Scarlet Red running bean st "
Assorted sizes& shades RECHARGEABLE grows In the back yard of Mrs. Joy
REG. $1.89 ,..an...,. \ REMINGTON SHAVER Norman who lives on SR-16 cast of:*
ft, 1\\ I, MASTER COMBINATIONPADLOCK 120 cutting edges 10 Starke just plast Flume Road. {
ahavecloseasabhtde. The stalk has now grown out of
139 4288 Deluxe model. No. AioZ to ti top of the scrub oak In which the'j/ j|
Rust resistant Protect XLR-3000 REG.$54.99 this
growing but there were no beans
your valuables!. >i year perhaps because .W No 1500O REQ.,$3 29
went to the plant Mrs Norman s.
9 / PICO QUARTZ FOLDING I the beans com*,,four to a pod,snd M
2 TRAVEL ALARM .I and taste somewaht like a speckh,
'Incredibly thin butter bean. She uses them wh4.
CRICKET MA O O Pleasant alarmREQ6$11799 available In veg.HtilWAlsll' b.1.
AIWA 402

LIGHTER REEL& ROD / 'X -t. bmboi9,
Hundreds of dependable f Metal gears Spring Smyrna Baptist ChUrc
lights.adlustablsUame
loaded drag Match
REG. 99 EA. LIMIT 2I I ing rod REQ$1598 CALCULATOR SHARP EL81979 :.a'.-'' Pratt &-N JcMyrtleoiSt.L '

digit' calculator .b'D :-eii".. Sunday SCbbl!! l0 IHfJt: : orn
a kf\ .
2 I \ 9 r ssn flT T'rjSa with, 3 key memory Worship 11 a.m. Sunday evening i II .;
H flTn &audible, musical' vice 7pm. Wednesday evening! sJ; I
fOR
; sr tone REQ $1999 tjholl!. to vice 7:30: p.m. s I
Ronald Martin.nast op,

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TACKLE 90X VIVITAR830AW :tit. \
SABStrays compartments J
REQ$1399 ,1 CAMERA f'Y' SERVICEMENp
Automatic,motor .
16-OUNCE driven film" advance Ua,< { to
1 Vickie Smith
899 3999 110111ms Built-in elec- L.
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WOOLITE tromc flash REQ$4999, >3 e LEVKAS CITY, Greece-Vicki L..
WASH -- Smith! daughter of Mrs- Evelyn::,
COLD WATER Powell.Hampton has been appointed:
For all your fine washable a noncommissioned: officer (NCO) anl
fabrics REQ $209 i the U.S. Air Force. .
tcLr-pROPEiLeo
.f J 1ir t1'r. ""1. LAWN TABLETOP BAR-B-QUE GRILL The sergeant leadership InX I
'I human'relations
.. --r i management, !
133 i--w ''MOWER BnHod enamel and NCO respotuibilitles,*!
.... 3SH P,Bnggsft rl.'bo"'l.', 'I before being awarded this status ;.r;
'tr. Stratton engine. Easy I Sergeant Smith is an administrative r
;gi'.Jo. ... t \recoil start Adiuslable REG 52 69i specialist at HeUenlkon Air Base'
cutting height
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here. -4
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REQ $189 99
Her father is Robert W. Riley of-
1 WEB ft ALUMINUM Mount Morris Ill The sergeant's husband --

WONDERBOND S:... LAWN FURNITURE dL49 199 ,paul Is the son of Mr.and Mrs.';,,.
Chaise has multi-position back Leo Lutz of Concord Detroit
PLUS GLUE UNHnOJ"a/eW1 CHAIR' CHAISE She Is a 1967 graduate of Mount
P rmenenty0ondsmost Morris High School.

su'ac.stanll, ) ..: 888 1588} 10POUNDCHARCOAL.
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REG $18. LIMIT 2 :
$1199 $1999 Quick starting even ( Scott Lamalli

11 9 ..".50-FOOT VINYL PEG $189 briquettes graduates .':. \
GARDEN :
GOTT S-OT, 1 aswlldllfaoffloor
ill ourable.tle.' 429 t'
TOTE COOLER 1 with brass fitt' I I

up to 8 REQ $5 79 : 4
__ 799cans Handle Scott Lamalle of Hawthorne who Is'
hd in 444 employed by the Florida Game and .
P.r...Qr.'JTr.I', t? .rr--ems place REQ $9 95, Fresh Water Fish Commission and

will be assigned to Union County.
PHOTOREPRINTS d"1. graduated July 25 from the Wildlife'
DRUGS Law Enforcement Academy after

:I Just favorite, color,'n>oui print 't.J': 1 L;if(L fiJ-LLaL;l t; LG! t:li:L I SALEPAICESGOOD receiving.900 classroom hours'of ln7struction. -f..'.

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the basICPolice
Included
The training
negni\. ) I fiH"1'. THRU SAT. SEPT. S L.JI ... Standards courses: as =
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SHOP EARLY SOMi I fisheries and environmental :

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September...tll80 TELEGRAPH Page 1IA

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2'Mormon( Missionaries Assigned Here r .


,Two young ladies, both mis Darlene BaRley from Layton,Utah, Family unity will be stressed by the
sionaries for the Church of Jesus and Darlene Johnson,from Rifle Colorado !- pair as they bring the teachings of the
I' Christ of Latter Day Saints, are both 22, are assigned here as Mormon church to local residents.
aligned to the Starke area for the of a IVyear stint of missionary "We are not here to prove
next few months. for which Mormon youth can anything" says Miss Johnson, but to
Volunteer at their own expense. share with local residents the
teaching of the church and the valueof
strong family ties.

The girls are assigned from the rw :.
Tallahassee mission which covers
North Florida, South Georgia, and
Alabama. Assignments to each location
.06 are made from Tallahassee for
periods of 3-5 months. '
The girls had never met before be-
ing assigned to the Starke area.Each
has had different partners in previous
assignments.Miss .

Johnson has ,served in
Palatka, Middleburg Pensacola,
Panama City, nut Tifton, Ga. Miss ,
Bagley has served In Blountstown, t
Hilliard,and Brookfield, Ga.
Miss Bagley has a degree In home
economics and plans to teach in Utah.
Miss Johnson plans to finish college,
get and a to degree teach. in physical education, Mormon Missionaries...

'$60,000 Pick-up Load of Pot Awaits Destruction Both young ladles are taken with Darlene John.oaleh,and Darlene Bsgley are missionaries from the Church
the south and the. warm weather,they of Jesus Christ.Latter Day Saints. They will be In the Bradford area. for the
Order'Behind County Courthouse say. new 3-5 months ,

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Bradford Sheriffs Deputies John Dempsey and Glen Moore watch over a. ElectLAWRENCE
truck bed full of freshly uprooted marijuana plant. ,

GXIFFIS ''Vole ForHOMER

County Commissioner

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Pd. Pol, Adv.

F. HART 00


A MESSAGE TO THE VOTERS OP THI CITY OP STARKE
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FROM BOB MILNER County. Commissioner District 5




1Yni n VOTERS? ? ?
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14 tnRL Several week ago the Concerned Citizens "
Group sponsored a rally at which time I mention- '
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Irv ed several Issues'! felt the City Commission
should serious and Immediateattention to.
tEn 4 In last give week's newspaper, my opponent now DO YOU WANT A ""I
states he; Is "for" the same things. Well, BOB
.1 MILNER has been for them all alone-that's why

i ... I em seeking a seat on the,City Commission I 11 I '
', Not because an Individual or group asked me to.: MAN ,OF ;
k The only SPECIAL INTEREST group I represent Is '
(" YOU-the taxpayer-because I'm one of you. 1--
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BQ4.-MUNER ISA'o>'HOMEOWNER (I"J tllnlUIUltUIO 405.1
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4 ..--, :::: "JZARENT; AND 'TAXPAYEft-'VvW6 LOVes? '* Do, > yoU"want' d-'connective spefta ;

:' .'1>''' ..t 1'! THE CITY OF, STARKE I '\. 4
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\.,f... 11', '.r .. ,""I of your tax dollar?

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For those of you I haven't had the privilege of Do of wellas
youwant a man management
meeting,. listed below Is some Information to better acquaint you with who BOB MILNER is:

"r /111.-!. 'fU .J \- the, labor knowledge of roads? '

-Born and raised In North Florida ((27 years). 1s :
Resided In the City of Starke for the last 11 V4 year *!P'o you,Want a man who is concerned "
Married( to the former Carol 1 Hardy (Life-time residet of Starke.). ,
One Ion'Robert West, III.So needs?
.-. of Bob & Blllle Milner,.former residents of I with your
,Employed with the Florida Department of | years, currently a Correctional

1 Training, .Specialist.EQlrlCATJONi Stark.t I *, '\iff you want a ,man who will listen to

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Bradford High School, Storke 1971. I ># f Mf' $* '
ItLake.City Community College A.A. In Police Science ictlons. M*" 'Ak'o ui *
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University'o(Central Florida 4 B.A.Jn Criminal Justice.: you want a man who has sew his
Attended Florida' State University and currently working ords a Masters Degree'In Public. Ad- ..
|i ,mlnlstrotlon,from U. of North Florida (Jox.). -'/ lived In :
.county- not only It?
-Certified police officer and correctional officer in Sta/ifof Florida. 'i r '.
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,/Active D.gconynFirst Baptist Church, Starke., S'b r. ,. -, .. '
-Charter membeKfand currant vice-president Kiwanis Club ofSK_ >'rke. ,your government ? :
-Current reasurer"of Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee. .
Active In city-church league Softball. Bradford Players Theatre Productions and Com "
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I, munity H vote for HART isa"I



! MILNER, is active in community' affairs -


and. concerned' r",for Starke's future. vote for the above

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I would appreciate your vote Sept. 9th
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I believe) I can combine the vigor and enthusiasm a young man with the Intelligence. maturity
and common. sense needed to effectively .serve the needs of.the citizens of Stark. '
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Your vote and support'w'lIf never be forgotten: to, the polls- '
A man of experience

REMEMBER to vote;In City Hall for the City of Starke. Elections" and In your respective 'county, Call ,
precinct for county and. state candidates. ', 964-8q311 ,foryourcommissionerid

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.I In the 16 years as your County Commissioner,

.. he has. never Solicited or Accepted'a campaign
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f. Dave's expertise paid off in the contribution from anyone. He felt this eliminates
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..: and building of our questions favoritism government. '
=;iijI- -." <$f. .. development any .
\\CULTUR ; Agricultural Facility on 301.
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Dave has kept his business-like attitude,toward\ taxes|
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.. Over the 16 Years,as your County Commissioner, the

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DAVE SHUFORD Is A Proud Man For His Contribution To Governn cnt.

> ROAD IMPROVEMENTS t .
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thru the road-resurfacing .

program. Benefiting city #
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Besset Road ColleJ Road 230 A&100 A ... /

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COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1 Pd., Pol.Adv. .Pd. for by Dave. Shuford, .
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