Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Year STARKE, FLORIDA 2S Cents Copy j.
15th Issue Thursday October 30 itM LISPS OSZ.100


80 Percent Turnout :.o i

Predicted Tuesday :


';.1 ... In General ElectionSupervisor


of Elections Neva Flynn ed to make an unsuccessful run for "These are three of the must

-,.. forecasts that 80 percent of Bradford Sen. Stone's U,S. Senate seat. prestigious committees In the Houseof
". County's 7,831 eligible voters will go Representatives," Williams says.
to the polls Tuesday Nov. 4, to vote In State House
: the General Election. Non-Partisan Judicial I
Americans after a long campaign Supreme Court
l'- : will vote for President of the united State Rep. Frank Williams Six of Florida Supreme Court( I
States as the featured race. Four of D-Crystal Lake in Bradford County, Justices appear on the ballot forFlorida's f
the 16 candidates will be the ballot seeks a fifth two year term In the
.... on voters decide: whether (the !
general election. He is opposed by
fin justices should be retained in office.
t tI : Democratic Incumbent President Orange Park Insurance claims adjuster Voters Just put an X in the yes or no
I J Jimmy Carter of Plains Georgia Republican Frank Cotton. column after their names. Those I
seeks a second term along( with his Williams In a statement to the Florida Supreme Court Justices In-
Top 6 BUS Students..:' running mate VIce-President WalterF. Telegraph pointed out he has .sup clude: James C. Adkins, James E. I
There are 38 A's among these BH8 students for the tint academic students (d-r>'are: 'Tim Gonzales, Lee>Ann .Republican'challengerl Mondale of Minnesota. Include from ported the RalHaben beginning when, D-Palmetto he ran for Alderman, Joe Boyd, Arthur J. I

I six-week grading period- they all earned stralght-A's. Top Flynn Nancy Chen. Stewart. Pauley. Michelle Klmutls former California Governor and the 1981-82 Speaker of the Florida Ben England F. Overton., Parker Lee McDonald and t li,I
and Roark.
Nancy Movie Actor Ronald Reagan and his House designate from the moment

running mate George Bush of Texas, Haben announced he was Interested District Court of Appeals

a former Republican party chairmanand in"Not leading only the are house.we close personal Seven justices from the First

I 6 Earn Straiffht-A's at BAS Independent Ambassador candidate for vice-president.Rep. John friends, but I have been assured by District Court of Appeals are also on

8. Anderson of Illinois and his runn- Haben that I will have a leadership the ballot to be voted on yes or no
whether they are to be retained In of I
ing mate former Wisconsin Governor position In the upcoming sessions of
Just six of the 1,050-member stu- member of !the BHS cross,country the A-B honor roll for the first six- Patrick J. Lucey.Libertarian the legislature" Williams says. fice. They include: Anne Cawlhon( '
Bradford School weeks with lower than B Williams currently serves on the Booth, Gayle P. McCord, Jr., E.R.
dent body at High or team.. no grade a Party candidates Ed
Dick) Mills Jr., Leander J. Shaw,
Wi of one percent earned straightA'sfor are: Clark for President and David Koch finance and taxation committee; If
the first six-weeks grading period Michelle Kimutis, freshman' for vicepresident.There Criminal Justice and Regulation( of Industries Jr., Douglass B. Shivers, Larry G. I
Smith and Winifred
L. Wentworth.
which ended Oct. 6. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seniors Is a spot on the ballot to write and. licensing committee. ,
Fifty-eight or 5.9 percent more Kimutis of Starke is enrolled in Kimberly Boyer, Susana Chen fin a candidate for President.
Bradford High students earned placeson algebra 11, PE, Civics, concert Doyce Griffis, Teens Griffis, Kathy Bumper stickers for the Reagan- II
the A-B honor roll, with no grades chorus, advanced English MSM. Henderson.1 Joey Herres Carol "Bush team have shown up In the area Tax
14C Gas
lower than a B. Academic honors Michelle sings in the BHS concert Hildreth, Jonathan Johnson, Linda \as the Reagan-Bush team have Per Gallon i

were difficult to attain apparently! as chorus. Manning,Elizabeth McWilllamsf mounted a strong drive. ...to, unseat
the 19IJ$ .81achool year began( at BHS.No .' Sherra Molt.; David Sparks,''Terri ,jRarter-Mondale. -
junlocjor. senior" _(.:Matzo-member ..,--Nancy-Chenj. a gephomore.daughterof 'Thomas Charles, K.-Willmmson. 'Two": former Florida GovernorSfwent "\(?proposed Second Time. ''I{
..1'M4 Jtf'allh-A'I; Mr. and Mrs.C.J.Chen of Starke,'la- t t*St. Petersburg last Thursday, :
Three sophomores and three enrolled In,FE. Spanish I, typing, Juniors Oct. :23.; to publicly announce they For Road
freshmen did, however earn perfect algebra I"standard, English, and Anthony Anderson; Vicki Carver would support the Reagan-Bush teamin ImprovementsBradford
4.0 averages with top' grade honors biology, Miss Chen is a transfer student Lorraine Chambers Dana Combs, the election. Farris Bryant of i
going to students with the top from Brazil.Deborah Jacksonville and E. Johns of
Teresa Valerie Hightower Charley around $375,000: But the ,
Harley voters get another chanceIn per year.
last For instance
standings year. Gina Lane Camilla Livingston, Starke announced during the visit to Tuesday to provide themselves bet- county will continue to pay $100,000 I r
Michelle Klmutls
five of six Roark, sophomore Barry. McDuffie, Randy Parado, St. Petersburg that they were endorsIng ter county roads by voting to place a per year on the 1960 bond issue for the S
grading of Mr and Mrs. Gov.
daughter George Reagan
periods last year Lee Ann Flynn four, Tomasovitch of the Lawtey area, is Julia Susan Sapp Pendarvis, Karen Thomas Thorpe Wendall Powell I Johns told the Telegraph former sold one-cent In the per county.gallon tax on motor fuel (See GaS Tax.... Page I'AShe > ,

times Timothy Gonzalez three times enrolled In typing, advanced English Tomlinson. Republican US-Rep Lou Frey Jr. ar- I''
Pay about 20 cents tankful of
and Deborah Roark two times. PE, biology, functional math, ana ranged a meeting with Reagan at the gas or ride on dirt roads per a lot more (Eamn (DrierTHURSDAY. I Ij
algebra II. Sophomores St. Petersburg airport with the two that most would like to
Stralght-A students are: former Florida years
Governors and
Susan Alvarez,Charlotte Coley, Ed- they contemplatethat's the choice facing
Stuart of with him for minutes.
met three
Pauley, sophomore son
ward Crews, Thomas Crosby, Marla county voterS in a special ballot Included -
Lee Ann Flynn, freshman daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Grady Pauley of "We've had all of Carter j
Jimmy we
Lori Harold Cur In the Nov 4 General Election .
Flynn Gay
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flynn of Lawtey, Is enrolled In advanced Darley can stand" Johns says. (tr ,
Starke, is enrolled In algebra II. English II, PE, second year ROTC tis Locklin, John Riggs Donna Tyler, Bryant at a press conference in St. voting.
Civics, PE advanced band,advanced and Mary Watterson., Last March 11 voters turned down f ?1Sq...
biology, plane geometry. Pauleyis Petersburg he supported Ii J f.
the penny per gallon by 630 votes, if
and Modern Science
English the
BHS and
on cross country team Freshmen Carter four years ago but he is endor- 1.162 For and 1.792 Against. But the
Methods MSM). Lee Ann is a Is a member of the ROTC rifle team. sing Gov. Reagan because, "I have -
did better than
measure county com- r---- r
member of the Tornado marchingband. Pauley said he earned A's and B's last Bernie Akridge, Jane Chastain become convinced that for all of his ) ,
missioners who in the
placed on .
year but this year made all-A's for the Mike Christmas, Lori Clark, Cheryl'Furrow probable good will, Jimmy Carter is ballot, thought It would.
Carol Fussell, Linda Gravel "
first time. not up to the Job. Bryant says.
Timothy Gonzalez, freshman son of Rachel Harris, Lisa James Lari Ann Bryant commented Gov. Reagan Discussing the matter again and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gonzalez of Johns, George Levasser, Alisa! Lowe, represents peace through strength, again during the past eight months,
commissioners kept coming back to A
Starke is enrolled In advanced Steve Marshall Faith Roberts Nan-
A-B Honor Roll while Carter Is hoping tq achieve
the need of of to
a new source
Roberts Michelle Stillwell. Cynthia money
English, algebra II. Civics MSM cy peace through weakness."I .
and Is The 58 students earning !Syssklnd Julee Wise. use on secondary, or local roads. OCTOBER 30
Spanish I, PE. Gonzalez a places on i think It Is likely that we will Commissioners decided that manypeople

stumble into a war because of were unaware of the need of HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY
Carter's foreign affairs," Bryant funds to improve county roads. It was Single Again

5 Amendments. to State Constitution says.Nationally Reagan received the en- also understand thought too how many little persons the failedto pen- Stirke 00 Country P.M. ClubS

dorsement of 1968
Eugene McCarthy ny/gallon will cost them,only 20 cents
peace candidate as an independent. tank of FRIDAY.OCTOBER J1
Carter carried Bradford County in per Another gas. Is that FOOTBALLOAMESHSVSSUCIHOLZ '
On Ballot Tuesday in General ElectionFive 1976 outpolling Incumbent tourists buy important more gas point than local '

Republican President Gerald Ford residents. County Commission Chair- SUCHHOLZ Stadium I

3,868 to 1,680. man Dave Shuford, a Lawtey service t:00 P.M. I:
proposed amendments to Florida's 1968 state Con- of crime and open door to legalizing homosexuality." In 1972 Incumbent President station operator repeatedly has :1

stitution are on the ballot for the general election Tuesday Williams says. Richard Nixon carried Bradford out. Tourists will help pay to HALLOWEEN PARTY ',

Nov. 4. He added "the uncertainty of courts on certain Issues County over Democrat George improve county roads, Shuford points Pro" St. Rec. Dept. I
Called necessary "housekeeping" procedures to clean will place havoc after courts 'get hold of it," Williams McGovern 3,470 to 1175. out.' lilS P.M.Allchi9dren7'14. ,
up and extend some authority the amendments are nonetheless says. Back in 1968 George Wallace as a In the end the commissioners I
Important because they pertain to the state Con- Gov. Bob Graham Issued a statement in Tallahassee opposing third party candidate was at the peakof decided to put the penny/gallon en the ..... '
stitution. the amendment. his popularity when he carried ballot again hoping local voters will VARDSAL.
Amendment No. 1 would abolish the Constitution Revision The Florida Prosecuting ,Attorney's Association Bradford County with 2,840 votes. better understand the need for more Oct.31 and Nov. 1
Commission existing present! The group convened through Its General Council issued a statement opposing Democrat Hubert H. Humphrey had money to Improve local roads. Pentecostal Church I I
for one session, came up with 101 Ideas 10 ended up on the the proposal. 1,120 and Republican Nixon had 665 Latest estimate puts the amount of 2221 Raiford Rd.
ballot, and all were turned down by voters. Many persons votes. gas sold In the county at 12 million t-S .S'
view the commission as dangerous and the state Constitu- gallons a A pennygallondoesn't
tion a document,which should be dealt with the utmost Amendment No. 3 Is a technical change to Improve the U.S. Senate seem year.like much, but 12 million MONOAV.NOVeMIIERJHSALLSPORTSCLU.
reading of bills by the legislature
caution. be In providing thai the first Democrat Bill Gunter Florida's Insurance gallons of gas sold would yield { .
Some opposition around the state has surfaced to this reading published the House and Senate journals Commissioner is opposed by 1120,000 for the county's Road and MECTINO-7:1 P.M. I'
rather than the number
amendment. The Florida League of Women Voters and being read on the House or Senate Republican Paula Hawkins former Bridge Fund. aHS field Haute I
floor often to chambers. .
empty . ..
Common Cause are campaigning against the measure. Florida Public Service Commis- Without new revenue, the chance of I
'The 1980 Legislature held the view that voter rejection bill Rept.will substitute Williams the commented first that the publishing of the sioner. They are seeking the seat of paving more roads in the near future SRADFORDCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
reading the bill to be published Sen. Richard (Dick) Stone who Is almost nil.Secondary.
of the proposals was tantamount to rejection 01 the Constitution In the House or Senate Journals. was Meeting
Revision Commissioner which Is not scheduled unseated In the runoff,primary by road funds derived from 9 1 JO a.m.

to meet again until 1998 and passed a bill placing the Gunter earlier this month. the. state. tax on ,gasoline average .t. .
amendment to abolish the commission on this year's Amendment No.( 4 would allow the state to authorize Gov., Johns issued a. statement to Lawtey Council
general election ballot. without an election the Issuance of bonds for constructionof the Telegraph that as a Democrat he 7:30p.m,
Rep. Frank Williams D-Crystal Lake Supports the planto water treatment plants operated by state and local was going to vote for Gunter. Mild Temperat"uresSeen
abolish the Constitutional Revision Commission In a agencies.This ls a necessary tool to allow communities all for Weekend TUESDAY NOVEMBER
statement to the Telegraph Tuesday, Oct. 28. over the state to build much needed sanitary water 11.8 RepresentativeDistrict GENERAL ELECTION
He stated the commission was made up of special interests -, systems. says Rep. Williams. 2Democratic Bradford County received welcome ,GET OUT AND VOTE
members of the judiciary, members of the ex- The Florida League of Municlpaltles has been pushing relief from the drought with an . '
U.S. Don
and branches of state this This Rep. Fuqua, of l.S Inches of rain the
ecutive legislative government.Two ) measure. amendment will reduce the cost for of Alatha and Gainesville average Starke City Council
years ago he commented you see where you had water users in construction of new treatment and water ,10th term in seeking He Is a period Oct. 22-28 recorded at Forest TtJdP.M.THURSDAY .
special Interests dominating the commission. All ten.. supply facilltie, according to League Director Ray Sittig. two-year by former Democrat congress. JohnLaCapra. Service fire towers. -
opposed a
proposals were,turned, by, the voters of the state. The four-day forecast, Friday to( NOVEMBER *
Williams says. a Tallahassee attorney and Sunday Is "fair and dry. with mild 1
He pointed out there were anywhere from 10 to 101 Amendment Nov. S would extend Indefinitely the second Jefferson County farmer who is-, runneing temperatures." Bradford County.
Issues In one amendment that was rejected."I gasoline tax of two cents, which is scheduled expire In as,a Republican.! 1 Beard of Governors
2,008. The 40-year limitation on the tax would be i: Metlitf-liiMon
feel Constitution should be a document that sets replaced I' 0' .
framework government revision," Williams says. by a 40-year limitation on,the bonds secured and payableby State Senate '. Index, Gordon Restaurant
f revenues from the tax. .. District S ,1\>\< ', .. .. _,Of
This proposal would allow revenues from the lax to be.
Gainesville A ;
,Amendment No. 2 would place Ian Into the Constitution used only for the financing of county road,,bond Issues for home George builder Klrkpatrkk.. Is running anthe Two At-$actloasSECTION JACKSON.
recognizing the fundamental right to be free of the acquisition and construction of roads. Democratic candidate. He Is opposed Now" BUILDING SUPPLY.
governmental intrusion. It would limit public access to Rep. Williams stated amendment would allow the(7 by ,Republican, candidate John B. Editorial ... .... ... ...,'.Page 4A INC, Of Stark
public records to those records. This amendment is opposed Florida county commissions to use the 5th and 8th cents of Newsonv a Marion County Citrus ,Society;.. .. o.. ..., Pages SA-7A Is ...-*

to public by news records media, the because source:it of Is much seen as information hampering currently. access- the Kent and construction per gallong stat3gasoline tax- for- road. .acquisition ,' Grower commercial beekeeper south and Leg.I'! a Heal .....Pass tAAIflA I4..y 3011a4a07aIa

Gov. Bob Graham and local of the Florida League of printer from Welrsdale, In SECTION SsCorrespondence. Itsya.we N44g111s.
Sittig this
this amendment.Rep. Rep. Frank Williams also amendment is Municipalities stated Marion County. 8rt.f.J...>..**.,-..t,;?..,...-....... Mwy1MtSIA47J.4V7MIS.W.MlAw.
oppose Importantbecause it additional !
provides for
They seek.the seat for the two yeah .Page 4.,7..11. suss
M LeIte
a'statement the of taxes
Williams Issued existing for
to Telegraph use Im-
opposing badly needed road
around the remaining on slate Sen. Kenneth Claislllnds. ., ...Page OSata .
the amendment. "This would hamstring a victim provements state. (Buddy( ) McKay of Ocala who resign Obituaries.! .. .... ,* ,..,_ Pate SB 4**>M7*

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_TELEGRAPH Oc..30.- : ':,I.. {,!nf.!!l 101omaruvs. I". II.:J, L! (I ,': j. ; :; ,/" : ,.:/ \ q I Ii Ii.} UI.'C'''' '1 t:' "ll' ,n 11.\ .' :' ,(

,r City. Begins Work on ,New Budget: ,' I,.' ::;' .

Gets Requests for 5 New Employees j' I

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1 /j City employees will get nine percent .. two new positions would add$1 ,760 to. ,three fulltme( and two
I pay Increases and base pay for the Police budget.A 'fuUtlme-part-timq" employees! in the

1. ow I employees,classified: as laborers will compromise was worked out Recreation Department was broughtup
'be raised to $ISO per' week Starke granting Bowen permission to hire an by ,Vice-l yor Jimmy' Crosby,

,commissioners decided at a_budget additional patrolman with the stipulation i chairman of,that department. Crosby
f ,)workshop Monday, Oct. 27. that the officer serve as a,fill-In said last year's $29,795 salary budgetwas
radio operator during holidays and overspent by $2,207, and pledged
# A yr xtix I That means some laborers earninglow vacations.The to keep an eye on the Rec. Department
salaries now will receive more Police Chief also as chairman. was explained
got an okay to
3 than the nine percent.Clerk Merrill that
a change, in the number of
purchase three new Chrysler K-car
I Edwards said. Budget work Is still in '
employee. hours brought about the
He out the
police cars pointed cars
3 and official
the preliminary stages no city -
salary Increase. budget'lor
will 23 miles Preliminary
get per gallon in town
would venture a guess Monday
the Rec. Department amounted to
compared to the current vehicle
t I night about how much the pay Increases $71,054.
will cost.:' average of eight MPG and also have
more passenger room in the back. The board Approved an Increase of
u sts were made for two addition $2,500 in water department meters
firemen two additional "The current can shake rattle
? from$3,500 to$6,000 but a new pickup
policemen, and a new position of line and roll." Bowen said of the vehicles truck was taken out of the budget
foreman in the Electric Department.The which were recently purchased after when Utility Superintendent Merrill
council okayed one new being leased 19 months ago. The Dees pointed out that he would submita
policeman, took the request of Fire K-cars, which he test-drove in new request with pickup trucks for
Chief Bobby Lewis, which seemed to Gainesville won't be available for bid for a nubmer of city departments.The .
surprise Fire Dept. Chairman another two months Bowen explain action left the Water Department

Charles Schaefer, under advisement, ed.With budget at$91,783.
and relayed the request for a $13,111 the cuts agreed on at the '
line foreman. to the power plant bond meeting the preliminary estimate for ,A request 'tor a line foreman position -
trustees. the Police Department shrank a bit,, to be added to the electric department -
J was pushed aside for the time
from $280,446 to$276,179.
Police Chief Jimmy Bown says he
being, to be referred to the Bond
has enough help to work as radio Fire Chief Bobby Lewis asked fort' Trustees for their recommendation at
operators, but when they go on vacation two additional men for his fire-force their next meeting. Dees estimatedthe
the Police Dept. would be shorthanded which seemed to the boarand
surprise salary for that job would be
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requiring overtime. chairman '
: ... Mayor Charley Schaefer $13,111 '
AII-A student at Starke Elementary for the first six- son of Mr.and Mrs.Bhughu Patel;JUI Williams, daughter Bowen asked for two additional officers of that department. Lewis also The amount budgeted for
weeks are (l-r). Seated: Chad Reddlnh, son of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Williams Alex Porte, son of Mr. with the stipulation that they asked for$48 per month per man as a transformers and repairs from $5,500to
Mrs. John Arthur Reddish and Robert Thorpe, ton of Mr and Mrs.David Porter Noy Srlvlbul, daughter of Mr.and work as relief radio operators at uniform allowance. Both requestswas $10,000 bringing the preliminary
I and Mrs. Robert Thorpe. Standing: Selena Norman, Mrs. David Barber; Esther Martin, daughter of Mr. and vacation time. He asked that the taken under advisement.with no Electric Department to$2,088,149.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Norman; Sharad Patel, and Mrs.Mrs.Ralph Gerald Martin Brantley., and Audra Brantley, daughter of Mr. week.salary of new positions be set at$190 a action Lewis taken.had requested a $600 increasein Other budgets include: Ad-

Prior to asking for the new positions the annual amount of household ministrative $248,266; Sanitation and
Bowen cut back his budget Items on supplies staple goods for the depart-- Trash $169,806; City Garage Depart
gasoline,oil, and repairs from$14,859to ment and the board compromised and ment $34,049; Sewer Plant $118,691;
I County Budget AdoptedA $10,000. He also cut his give a $200 increase up to $2,000. Gas Department $344,304, and inter-
miscellaneous expense budget Item The preliminary budget for the fire fund budgetary transfer $420,297;
from $11,000 to $8,000. department amounts to $136,827.The plus $77,964.76 for federal revenue
Clerk Merrill Edwards estimated question of salaries for the sharing funds.Helping .

$2.5 million county budget carry ed budget including $224,000 In cuts .
ing a 8 887 mill property tax levy for plus $100,000 In interest earned to
fiscal 80-81 has been given final ap- balance the operating budget.
proval by the Bradford County Com The time since August 11 has been
mission. spent waiting for the state Depart-
ment of Revenue to approve the tax
Nobody appeared to protest the roll of Appraiser Alvarez. That finally is what
budget at the two public hearings re- came Oct. 6.Then the county commission people
quired on the budget and millage levy had to have two budget hearings,
by the state's new TRIM, or Truth-ln- a tentative one Oct. 14 and the final

"Millage, bill. one Oct. 1:1.Nobody .
No tax increase is being levied by protested the budget at
the county, but the millage is up either hearing Alvarez Is required by
slightly, to 8,887 because of the$13,000 law to send property owners notices
homestead voted in has reduced the of their assessments, what their tax
tax roll by$33 million,down to around was last year,and what It will be this being a Congressman
$145 million, making a mill worth year under the new budget.
some $145,000 in 80-81. Only change In the budget since

The county commission actually set Aug. 11 is $15,000 more money given
its millage levy at 7.532 mills,an eight the county Health Department on request -
which will in of County Health Nurse Joyce
percent increase bring L
some $98,000 in additional propertytax Riherd. The board also passed a
revenue. That millage figure was resolution that will replace the$28,000cut 1011 Amb
from the hospital donation if the t
administratively increased to 8.887 by IS ,9<
Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez., money becomes available ,and Is not AVIMU tE 100 ';3 ', d1 ,j'
tf ,j uc 'a' rt
needed \in other areas i'won i'!! The '
the in ,
as millage to bring ,
necessary i. (1nJUa tt ,311,51; vui
the amount of i&32\ resolution i Is"not bidding, however,the ; 4 Hf1 f ,' fIITIV aril' ..
same money as but d. ,. U .-w :. t ,os' sno/lolls 10 u. risque
mills would have before the increased 4,1 l i I I1Bj tordiyptvj;( ; : Hosp.tal repl- fi ++?

homestead exemption reduced the il tives were wld'"Monday night. Meet a few of the citizens Don
tax roll. Clerk Brown went across the boardin .", -tot" 't$ Congressman Fuqua has
Budget figures have remained the making his cuts in the operating ,.' :.r 'f
budget- $117,732 from the General '
same since the commission :
tentative balanced budget approveda back on Fund, $97,223 from the Road and communities
Bridge Dept., and the$28,455 from the ..
Aug. 11. On that night Clerk Gib
Brown presented the board a balanc- hospital's allocation. comments on radio and TV. Though their stories are each

unique, they all agree on one thing Don Fuqua'was

I Rep. Frank Williams Again to Head xi tj.2I1 darn; ZIMW! ALliobi.-tynrn ready to help when they needed him.] Just as he will| be;oII A

IIiI'TEKXttIlC when you do! \
National Civil Defense Association -tIq r'W I ,rt d IMVIO! ]s .aw 3)oh m A

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Rep Frank :Williams, D-Crystal Williams Is a former defense direc- Y 12 9ft0tf 9I9f, 9riml:: art, aoii'>n'lq ) .JeUlT.tiqaori
Lake, was re-elected president of the tor for Bradford County. 1- ,1;, !
American Civil Defense Associationfor A civil defense magazine, publishedand au xulasa mtrls't \ .lU
a second term at its annual con edited by Walter Murphey, tbt gni- .Jaini oil vd I 'OiqqsrtsH

vention Oct 22-24 in Los Angeles, "Journal of Civil Defense" is publish G fl] W 32 b n ortJ v.d bibn3i .mo191
Calif ed other In r lnomlnfoqqaX vlsssl
every month Starke. CIl O (attt
nl EioilloDclqoi <
Williams listed the members of the ;
board of I [ all .9>l tabnebavom
directors to include:
Paul's Dry Cleaning Dr. Edward Teller, director of eta aool 9dJ niliq ,ds1sMQf

Sold to Jax Man the Livermore H-Bomb Institution; Dr. Eugene and father Wigner of r 1 9.111 livtiqaori 8i lollufl

Move Here Planned Nobel Prize winner In Physics and his + 691 82 BiJiuO ouol wee
it holloln IttJiiiaoIl 1 lortJ'jMA
project was the "Manhattan Pro J. ....
Announcement was made of the '
199 a !1.991> )) BW91Q 8U3 Intbirl
ject" and
Dr. Leon
sale of Paul's Drive-In Cleaners 418 : Russian Civil Goure America'soremost Dorie Thomas Samuel Thompson Veda Dopson John Rogers' tenioldo I bluoi bmti 1, .ta9i1U
West Call Street in Starke,by Mr.and Defense ex Gainesville Lake City :J. Macclenny Tallahassee iii saro gaieiun wsn eoulqt
Mrs. Paul Stegall to John Clark, Sr. pert.Williams outlined t'JJB* >U 'tsiaBloxarn vtnuo) .otba'M .
and his effective association as t
family Saturday, those Ibnafdlsbnu sow
non-professional people who
Oct. 18.The !
a tUn991Jigaod
Clark family owns Clark's and believe in a homeland strong national defense d ., i, s1 baton 1, ,Ja9i111smoll
Craft in Jacksonville, a dry cleaning strong defense.

firm with that plant now being run by ,I'rr' >QIf
John Clark, Jr. ''I
Clark stated his son and his family No Tax Protests ,
with two little girls are in the processof
Were PresentedTo 1
moving to the Starke area and will
run the local firm. Equalization Bd.
No Immediate changes are planned
according to Clark at the present
time No one appeared before the Bradford ira
County Tax Equalization Boardto orirWtl, Joan Hunter Anna EvansTallahassee Robert Goodson Charles Chestnut
ask for a review of when the board Live oak, a' Gainesville Sneads Gainesville
UYA SeminarSet
convened Oct. 16, to consider requestsfor ...
Friday 9:30: a.m.A adjustments in taxes. ". Yin
"We had but i .i t
some complaints no.
UYA Volunteers seminar will be :
one came by to sign the paperwork
held Friday, Oct.31, at the RJE gymnasium .
necessary to ask for review, Proper- ,
in Starke at 9:30 a.m. "
: '!
raiser Jimmy Alvarez told the :: ,
University Year for Action group boar ,: ,
will meet with social service agenciesin
He explained the Trim Bill (TruthIn
Bradford County with the seminarto
Millage) doesn't tax
inform those of the social proclude a
present ,payer filing a suit regarding taxes. .:.
service agencies available in this .
area. Formerly, the taxpayer had a certain ffOscar "
date to file the suit to
according :
A question and answer period will
be included In the seminar. Alvarez, but this has been changed by 8 \ I ......

the Bradford new legislation.County Commissioners Crays Lee Anne Wright Frank Matthews ,Morris Woodall

City Zoning Bd. Maxie Carter, Jr., Hazel Paulk and Panacea (U offr Student. Gainesville/ Old Town_

Lacks QuorumOnly Dave Shuford, along with school .
board members, Pat Spongier and
three members of the 7-man Arthur Gasklns comprise the board KEEL DON
Planning and Zoning Commission of this year. \ '
the City of Starke appeared Tuesday L r..
night Oct 28, for the regularly ,
scheduled meeting. I
No meeting was held since a THI IKAO'OID.
quorum was not presents
However It was a "nothing"meeting Published every ThursdayotlMW.Callitraat

with only minutes of the
Srarfco.Florida' 320tl
previous meeting were to be
presented to the board That
can wait
until next month.Chairman Second Class. postage paid' at
Start. FloridaSubscription
Drew Reddish, board

members Mary Petersen and Julius Retest .
Royal Zoning Director Al Crosby anda
In trade Gnat If.CO
par yawS
Telegraph reporter showed up. .
Alter waiting 15 minutes for a fourth .00ilnmonthOirtaldo WORKING FOR YOU IN
member, the meeting was cancelled CONGRESS!
trade stem$10 00 par year
by Chairman Reddish. ".141 eta.nth. Paid for by Fuqua for Congress CommiMM--, Democr.tPage2A

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I $36,701 Budget Approved, .for Brooker D'F .

A 2.514 mill tax levy and a $36,701 exemption passedwhlch lowers pro belief, the council can't do budget in Its entirety were Coun- .
budget for fiscal 80-81 after final action perty values 127 million over the everything. If the market.Is on fire, cilmen Steve Nipperfnaker Melvin, ,
Monday, Oct. 27, by' the Brooker county, the property appraiser will knock the gate down and we'll worry Joe Tolleson. ,and J.C.
City Council with all members pre- administratively increase the millaga about damages later," Mayor Harrell.

cent. to S,383 to bring) in the needed 4141. Hamilton said. .

Brooker Tuesday council evening conduct, Oct.14 its scheduled, saw the been The scheduled mlllage hearing Oct. lo,had but originally had to be the Council if any Linda of them Robinson had the asked key ,More InstalledFollowing t.?". U

meeting with a quorum present for changed when there was not a to the Chlorinator room, since it had To Be IN
the first budget and mlllage hearing of councilmen present to con- disappeared. At this time, there I*no '
required under the state's new Truth o duct quorum business. way to secure the chlorinator with the a discussion residents :
In Mlllage or TRIM bill. Councilmenat exception of the fence around the by the request of several '
the council several(
the meeting were Gene Melvln,.Joe farmers market compound. agreed on having
Tolleson,C.J.Stalnaker J.C. Harrell, more street lights Installed in.the
Phone Company'Must
and Mayor Blake Hamilton. town. S.
Meeting again Monday Oct.20: the Clean Up Budget HearingsHeld It was determined that if the only Out ,. ft: .
was'for the added charge to the
Council tenatively decided to accept a North
Citing the Florida Telephone
as Required utility bill, the could afford the
millage rate of 2.514,the same.last Company with leaving a mess In the additions. However city Dollars to Aid Youth...
if there to
year. Members present were; Steve city streets,Councilman Gene Melvin Meeting again on,Monday Oct. 10, were
be a substantial charge for the lightsor President Betty Warren left. receive a 11COO check from Elaine Gunner.representative .
second in
Nipper, J.C. Harrell, Joe' Tolleson, urged the council not to let the the council took the step
and Mayor Blake Hamilton. workers leave without adopting the new years tax millageand if a pole had to be set then Clerk of the Bradford County Hospital Employees Contribution Fund,
Main thrust of the Oct. 14 meetingwas telephone city budget. Present to do the Linda Robinson was instructed to to help Mrs Warren's newly formed youth aid organization get Into action.
cleaning up. refer the matter to the council prior to > .: Hospital donate from their be donated
directed at setting a date for the The rest of the council agreed that It honors were Mayor Blake Hamilton employees money paycheck to to
property tax millage adoption hearing would be monitored closely and the 'and Councilmen Steve Nipper, having the work begun. :. community causes they consider worthy.
company would be made to live up to C.Harrell, and Joe Tolleson.
The millage rate setting hearing .lathe agreement of leaving the town the The millage settled upon was the
determining action for the city of. same as It was found. original figure of 3.B14 with an opera I
flcals. Brooker is not due for a tax in- tional budget of approximately
crease, but the council Is asking for $36.701. New Organization Hopes to Aid Youngstersthe ::1
the same $4,141 In property tax It Fire Chief.. Mayor Reacting to 'the request or ,
received last year. The millage Volunteer Fire Chief George Pierce, A new organization 'to aid dependent time she received the check In addition to Mrs.
Heat Up MeetingA him that If the same Warren serving!'! I
recommended to raise $4,141 Is 2.514. the Council assured youth In Bradford and Union the
from the hospital employees. on board of directors of "Buddy'are
But since the Increased homestead bet need arose for more funds that they
heated discussion developed Counties has been formed with $1,320
available Warren explained the organizationIs Janice Joyner. Bill and Muriel '
would make them to the
ween Volunteer Fire Chief George donated by two groups to get the program set up to distribute funds to youths Wilson of Starke-Bradford County
Pierce and Mayor Blake Hamiltonover Department. The Council declined to off to a flying start. through the age of 17 in Bradford and Chamber of Commerce; Bill and
the matter of keys to the tamper with the budget at that time. The Bradford County Hospital Union Counties to help provide things Judy Alderman, and Charles Hall,
3 SeekingOne Farmers Market Compound and the The short meeting was adjourned Employees Contribution Fund that will enrich their lives.. principal of Lawtey Elementary
with the final forum for adoption to be
building housing the Chlorinator for presented President Betty- Warren "Buddy," as the new group Is called School.
the water system. held on Monday, Oct. 27. with a check for 1000. Teens in Ac.
will assist in Softball, scouting, Mrs. Warren explained that the
Seat "The council doesn't own the The Oct. 27 meeting saw the entire tion presented a check for $320. to football and other types qf extra State Department of Rehabilitative
farmers market 'and, contrary to Brooker City Council present for the assist In getting the project off the
theEITIPrlflSIS things that will make the youth better Services will refer eligible youth to \\1
budgetary hearing. Adopting
ground, Mrs. Warren announced '
at citizens for both counties. the program. ;
In LawteyOne 1.

incumbent drew two opponentsand i
Thank You Good
another was re-elected without Peopleof
opposition as qualifying ended Oct. 14

Lawtey.for the Tuesday, Dec. 2, election in Bradford CountyTo r

Group 4 Councilman Wayne Massey
has drawn opposition from Mrs.Judy
Miscally and Emmett Bright, Jr. f
Massey served a two-year term 10 ANY RELIEF AT ALL FROM INFLATION? my 2001 supporters, my old friends, new friends
or 12 years ago and about five years You recall the"good news,bad news"stories?Most. I have made during my campaign, and my family, I a I I
ago served out the term of John of the news Is bad The Bureau of Labor,Statistic: ,'" say thank you. for your support, vote and confidence If
Robertson who resigned when he reports that since January 1977 to date, living costs you showed in me during my recent bid for Countyj
have Inflated 44.2 percent! .
moved to Jacksonville. Massey has : !
since been elected twice, once in a But there Is a surprise!In the same period,the base Commissioner. ,
close race and. two years ago was rate of a residential kilowatt hour remained. same; .: ,r, To my wonderful wife Kay, thanks for the love and ,\\ I II 4
unopposed. The residential rate was set .' ." I." support you have shown, not only during my campaign -
Miscally, the wife of Russell by the Florida Public Service a Z> but forthe, 11 years of our marriage. i
Miscally, a Jacksonville fireman, .Is a based Commission on FPL In costs 1977/ln1976.a was rsC- ..oJ(-r,;, We ran a clean race and lost. But I'm still proud to be a Bradford fountain I
housewife. Mrs. Miscally was and living in this great county of ours some of the finest people in the ''
employed at the Bradford County Three-and-a-halfyearsof I f '2fj v \.. among
Telegraph for four years until she Inflation, totaling 44 2 percent IV world. ,,
resigned several months ago. have hit FPL since b un l Iwo To Mr. Hart, I congratulate him on being our next County Commissioner, I I'',
Bright Is a contractor In the Lawteyarea our last rate Increase, Kwh FPL a..H.1.. : District 5.
How did wedo ItIMI've 1-10"i> II l

Group 2 Councilman H.E. (Shorty) 'Increased efficiency Remained lean. Cut back every Sincerely I
Priest, a retired Lawtey service station way we know how There may be a limit to how long ,
we can absorb Inflated costs. But we're doing our best.
operator, received no opposition. d t "-')
Priest has served on the Lawtey coun- MORE GOOD NEWSIII High energy efficiency
cil since June when he replaced residential appliances are exempt from the Florida i
former mayor-council member Ben sales tax!House Bill 1506.passed by the 1980 Florida
McCulley who resigned to accept a Legislature,lists certain central conditioning: systems
position at Lawtey Correctional (EERand SEER exceeding 10.0)).heat pumps(exceeding .
stitution. 8,2)) and other devices, systems and componentsasqualifytagforthoexampuenflourepplkvrbedeale; I I I
for the I> 2 .. .
Registration ec. Lawtey ? : -
election ends next Friday Oct. 31. should have addlllonal.sJe! llS. ., DIE.JOYSOF. :
Voters./nay register in the,countysupervfor .
'VoTE..: ;; .
: of elections office. Aristotle, writing In Politics. Book 11. noted:
"If liberty and equality; as Is thought by some. are
chiefly to be found In democracy they will be best .
attained when all persons alike share In the govern-

Ninety percent of those surveyed by Florida
Representative Marilyn Evans were opposed to closing

Tp Practice. continuing nuclear power to expand plants and nuclear 76 percent power.were The In"anti"favor vote of There's nothing like owning your own No orator telephone can give any interior dec- \'

'j ranged from eight percent to 10 percent-II clear matter what it is.Its better to own it Consider orator: As a gif, there s a lot to be said for ':\

At Hospital Indication that nuclear recognized as one of the waysto the many benefits of owning your own g1v1r the perfect 1 receiver...a telephone
help America of the
out crisis.
energy Continental telephone.When you purchase from ontinentaL;; It's something someone ,

A ne doctor was approved by the AND viewing THANK our conservation YOU for reading communications, hearing and efforts! a telephone from us. you own the entire will always use, because no matter where :;.
Bradfo 1 County Hospital Board of
Trust to practice at the Starke A whopping 74 percent of our customers have telephone lode stock and barrel: and that you mover-you can take your phone with

hospitaJ '.'. Indicated they have paid means reduced monthly: phone bills. stop by your local phone fair or

Dr.A3 d raham Canfux a Cuban,was ..,.- nearly attention 50 to percent our messages have followed ,and. there's'also the added convenience and pnmess office today.And experience the
the trustees after being
approv recomi nded by by the medical staff to 1d\' some of the suggestions ya yOU get from another extension.And joys only ownership can bring.there's .

receiv ippointment to the staff. a; j about conserving electricity nomit to the options a colorful decContinental Telephone Corporation(vjr :
ry Keep watching suggestions -
He h i offices In Keystone Heights f .
and St ke. He replaces Dr. Manuel will be coming your way,
Marsh m the local staff. Or.;Maralit ...... e 10 help/ you save.
moved is hospital practice to Lake.
Butler. I.I I.
Trus e Curtis Sanders ,asked, = =1. I I II II
1 1
Meth it Hospital Foundation President I I
N rcus Drewa to see If a cer- ,
FlOfllO' PC*EB t HOOT COMnuwPcoplc..serving .1' mom
tlflc"t >f need could be obtained to, ; 14
place new.nursing home in the people.
Bradt J County area He stated it ,
was hi '(understanding that an area J
hosplta 0 1 recently applied for certificate -
bf need to place a nursing ;
home conjunction with that I

haspih i. r' If f :
feds keep changing regula- DEDICATIONBECAVSE.WE ;
tions so it Is tough to break even," ,
Drewa says.
Drewa indicated he would keep the ,
trustees apprised of the possibility ofa .
new nursing home for the area. I
Drewa stated that unless a nursing -
home has 120: beds It has a tough time.
He cited the 60-bed nursing home In .!t
Baker County which has a difficult "6"- "
time making ends meet.
Drewa reported AdministratorDave f
Libby was in California to be CARE......,
with his mother, who going to.havea
triple bypass operation.

former Drewa administrator stated that Kevin at Fraser Cuda, It is our deep commitment to
serve Memorial in Hospital Libby's In place Macclenny.until will he offer ,the finest in traditionalservices w ff M gk gkv }\

returns. Cuda according to Drewa, and burial :
has been working on special projects arrange-

Jacksonville for Methodist since Hospital he Foundation left the Mac in ments. We are here to provide,

clenny hospital.
serene surroundings and considerate -.

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'Weighed in The BalanceWe


We don't think that if that, on balance, Mr. Carter is II and start new negotiationson v t
Ronald Reagan is elected by far the best equipped of the whatever that

President he will, the day two major candidates to serve SALT.lIIl ke many other

after inauguration, "push the the nation as president for the proposals by Mr. Reagan
button" and touch off a next four years. there are no specifics.
nuclear war that will end the
world. Secretary Brown estimatedthat
To start with, let's look at without SALT II treaty

Neither do we believe that, one of the more controversial restraints, the Russians wouldbe
if re-elected, President Carter issues of his administration; able to double the numberof
will stand by, with his famous the one that brought charges land-based strategic Handy Table...

grin, while America burns against the President of missile warheads to 17,000 Woodto and.Joann..HolUhgYwortii". daughter'; Klmbrrly. Sheriff Whltehead's farm makes a good table for platesof I
with the fires of unemployment "giving away the Panama over the next ten years and in- and James Williams of Bonlf.y. find an old brick well on chicken pilau chitterlings and bear stew.
inflation, and urban Canal' by critics who either crease the number of Soviet
decay. ignored or were ignorant i of missile-launchers by some 50

We do believe however the complex historical, percent. The U.S.' would be County Agenl'sNotobook
that American presidentialelections political, and economic forced to keep pace and

are of such utmost significance of the treaty. Secretary Brown warns that

importance in today's world billions spent in a nuclear
that next Tuesday's vote widaffect The three preceding arms race would have to be

the course of history presidents: one Democrat, diverted from the already f
during the new decade, or Lyndon Johnson: and two strained conventional ground, By.
even into the next century. Republicans, Richard Nixon sea, and air forces. Is that
and Gerald Ford, all reachedthe really what Mr. Reagan Bobby ,
In such trying times as same conclusion that wants?
these we might wish that the canal treaties must be The of conventional Taylor ,,r s,;
some great statesman, suchas area
renegotiated in fairness to
defense is one where Mr.
Franklin Roosevelt 'or
Panama and in America'sown
Abraham Lincoln, had arriv- Reagan and the Republican Cooler weather sure makes greens
self interest. Negotiationsfor Party play games with and other all and winter vegetablestaste
ed on scene to lead us throughthe a treaty had bogged down there is better. This Is not so with our
figures, put a
wilderness of doubt and
for a dozen years prior to the summer grasses that our livestock Isgrazing.
test that be to get
but such has can applied and
despair, no man Carter administration but The grass gets tougher
at the truth. Take the level of
come forth and we must makedo Just doesn't fill the nutritional needs
completed new
with what the were defense spending under Nix- of our livestock. Winter forages could
processes treaties signed within eight
of have on, Ford, and Carter. Throwin help make a difference
our democracy
months after his inaugu-
the inflation factor to arriveat
given us. ration. You don't have to have a clean field
the true value. It will be to winter forages for
grow your
Our major criticism of both seen that the level of defense livestock. Perennial grass pastureslike
leading candidates is that These negotiations will go spending under the two the bahlas and bermudagrass can
they have waged more or less down in history as one of the Republican presidents was be overseeded with rye, oats,

negative campaigns with too most brilliant diplomatic sequences static, even edging slightly ryegrass additional and clovers grazing in the during fall to provide the
much time wasted on since Theodore of
downward in some years cool season. These high quality
rehashing events and Roosevelt built the canal in their administrations. The forages can best be utilized by stocker
mistakes of the paSt and too the early part of the century.' level of defense spending hasincreasedJ Democrats Like COI"I)... cattle or used for limited grazing With
l 'I'J'ICI, r"'I'L'r" '{ ', v::' r 't01l" .1 rtt JOln :herd rThey can also b*usei.,. ,
to r'1'eaP"dollarsIL
little time charting a course Our public willingness to ,", 't., ...on the cob that Ia. U. GoYl Wayne Miaoy .rlgljilpjMrll) IxsorTrfRPTad'' cowtcaff : ..
'let to the calves*white .thecows '
guide us through the problemsand .> negotiate 'fairly' with .a tiny' r every single year 'sinlce'yiirnp ford County Democratic Campaign Chairman (Cuy'Andrews YtenrpVeparVto'sample ) creep graze accumulated

the vast exciting poten. country, Panama, won my Carter became president. the delicacy'Sheriff John Whltehead's annual party In Union County (stockpiled are) warm grazing season grass.
tials of the future. But respect for our nation
backbiting and bickering is a throughout the hemisphere, Some observers believe that Before planting,remove as much of
trap that most candidates are and the scare cries raised at the outcome of the neck-and- t the excess perennial grass as possibleby
fall into the neck race for President grazing or haying. Use a disk or
likely to during the time of treaty signing, that
other tillage tool to destroy at least 50
depends more on personalitiesthan
heat of campaigning. could not
Panama success
percent of the sod. Plant in October or
it does on issues since no
fully operate the canal have early November. Seeding can be ac-,
Taking the situation as it proved false.A one man can deliver;-,all ,he compllshed by drilling or ,broach
stands, however, and hopes, and sometime, ;,promises casting. If broadcasting i it); used,,
weighing the records and the similar victory was to do( as President.In broadcast ryegrass or clover; ,ana
facts as best we can, we have, scored by President Carter in roll; for the small grains, brON1<1l1"t,1,
like The New York Times, the badly neglected field of spite of his terms as use a disk to lightly,covel'seedpndd. ,
come to the conclusion that Here at least Governor California,Mr- roll. ,motif! Idea'
: energy. again, ", ...'. immifeviloJISodseeding
is still better -
"There is difference it is Presidentshad Reagan ;
a ; three previous in bahiagiraaa pattur# ,IK,
important; and we choose like the fabled mountain remembered as an actor-than oorL with some type of noiUU pasture riniU r:.
Jimmy Carter." "labored and brought forth a GodfreySperling,. has been tried in Florida.with/ Jwiriedild
mouse" in the field of Washington correspondentand success: Bahiagraaa&eematiQ.rpitnKtr! !! : u
If you'd like to know why energy political observe *.says:'. the,growth lot) sodf .dediaiau9vaiiOforages
Mr. Carter put together. a '
read on.Ronald. "Because ofMr.. agaJis-' morftithaixburmudagrps l. eras,
comprehensive energy program / other perennial pasture l"gf'''* flow
Reagan must be within his first three movie career, manyvoters Therefore it appears ihalbafaogwtsa
judged on the record of his months in office and sent the continue to Von er Avhether soda need substantial.tillage utiordfiriiil
to successfully estabUsaoittu loathe
someone who ha PecializedIn
eight as of proposal to Congress where it
years governor ,
forage crops dad llama
California which to shelved for almost two performing from-the script "
according was '
01 jf9ldoJ! HI);
Che to
some observers, can be con- years. Only within the pastyear of others ha\ capacity A completefertilirsncanbeappkedtwat <'
sidered on the plus side in was the Carter administration write his own scenario for run planting or one or two wueksiallanin
many respects. But he must able to win approval of ning the nat 0 4't 4'A planting to. the annualgr, ase&,>;/\Itll
soon as they are upito stand anctgmwori
also be judged on his years of a comprehensive energy pro- Here is Jhafc Gerald Ford, ing well they should"be'iop,.Jr. "e<< expounding extreme right- gram. Had it not been for himself no int lectual whiz, with an additional 50 to,75:pot d1*-clul
wing views on domestic issues Carter's final success, Starke once said abou Reagan as a nitrogen. Do not apply any nitrogen

and overly belligerent viewson would not today have the potential president-To begin, + A raN the pastures overseeded if withcloverclrClover '

foreign policy. Much of this federal grant enabling it to' with, Mr. Ford',,aicr.- agaR h*l nitrogen-fixing plants bacteria well nodulated will provide with,I
archaic philosophy was ex- convert one unit of its power, doesn't have the brfelms td be btf i.JAlmost their own nitrogen.In .
pressed after his governor- generating plant to operate on President adding'tnattbeX as big... '
ship when he was much in de- wood chips as an alternate "superficial'irresponsible Youthful "cowboy" tackled an ear situations where a mixture of

mand, at handsome fees, to and renewable source of and uninformed. Ford warned, of com almost as big as he Is. cool, some season nitrogen grass and fertilizer clover should are seeded be

cater to the after dinner' energy.In that "we .,s ould_ exercise, at applied Initially to provide for
I ,
speech taste of wealthy industrialists the field of great caution before heeding 'It !: establishment and early growth of the
and big business ex- all-important the words of a man who ob- : cool season annual grass. Once the
relations with Russia the With "MissionJim.Burke's
ecutives. Woman A clover plants are well established
has had
Carter administration has viously no experienceand they will provide adequate nirogen
continued the effort to develop little understanding of the ""I" for the grass.

For purposes of his cam- meaningful nuclear arms control complexity of our national Widow Seeks to Limit

paign, Mr. Reagan has now through the SALT II trea. defense matters." ,. overseeded Although cool 'season forages
Stays of Execution'Jim on perennial grass
modified many of these ex- ty. Although the treaty is onlyan Ford expressed this rather pastures need more fertilizer and

treme views until he has cometo initial step, it is a step'in low opinion of Reagan in 1976. Burke's widow mingled with the throng at. Sheriff John often produce less forage than when
embrace Social Security, controlling the first weaponsin Naturally, he thinks Mr. Whltehead's annual pre-election food-fest Saturday afternoon, but Pat seeded on a clean-tilled seedbed,
medicare and many other human history with the Reagan is just the man for the Burke wasn't there to feast and talk politics.. She was a woman with a there is a savings in the costs'andenergy
required for seedbed
., preparation
social programs designed to power to destroy mankind.Mr. job today But we can't help mission. and a benefit to' the perennial!
she the crowd
As through
passed accompanied by sympathetic wives
improve the lot of moderateand Reagan, with no desire to but wonder if Mr. Ford was. of correctional officers from FSP and UCI the plucky widow of the officer grass sod from the renovation and'
lower income groups. control an arms race that' sincere in 1976.or sincere, to-. who was fatally stabbed October 11 by a Death Row inmate, Mrs. management practices performedwith
Originally he opposed and bit- Secretary of Defense Harold Burke waged her letter-wrItir1S campaign members of ConJoin -. overseeding cool season forages.
terly denounced such Brown says could cost the day.These areu. the State Legislature Supreme Court Justices and other officials 'success
measures, but has now moved United States between $30 are just a few of the to In promoting passage 01 a bill to limit tile ability, of Federal Lack In growing coolsea.on
annuals Is generally due to
toward the Democratic posi- reasons we will feel safer with ,District Courts to grant stays of execution.
billion and $100 billion duringthe failure to remove the excess growth
Her letter stated,"I lost my husband In the stabbing death with a
tion on these programs, conceived decade of the 80s, says he Jimmy Carter, in the White sharpened spoon handle In the hands of a Death Row Inmate at Florida of the summer grass before planting,
and implemented by, SALT House than Ronald Reagan. Prison. I of failure to use an adequate fertilityprogram
(Reagan) would scrap : State am against the constant delays executions. The man
Democrats, which have prov- ", who killed my husband has been on Death Row for six years. I hope that or lack of moisture.
ed their worth. his death was not In vain. I am not bitter but hope his death will pave the .
Call come'
way for better control of prisoners. and quicker deliverance of death or by 'your County
Agent office If you have questions or
Although Mr. Carter has not sentences. ,
All Mrs. Burke and correctional officer wives mixed and with would like to discuss your winter
mingled .
been able to deliver ""!"'"" -""" ,
t fIr. forage program.Surgery
the jostling throng they. urrgeoothers to join them in their crusade
everything he hoped to do in .ag lIUIUbli..w..diiJat.J' i .'
his first four years, he cannotbe 'EKERCIE= VOTE OMfJ. 1 ,Our husbands area t even allowed to carry a pocket knife Y They haveno .. ITTY
faulted for not trying, and protection\ from Inmates who have already been sentenced to death
most of his failures may be TUESeNOL4tb and have nothing to 1 lose by murdering another," one of the wives com-
laid at the door of Congress. In \\J iS!?*! Jf5& *'WWs_ ''mented. '
"tti 1 J_ ,,It was a sombre note In the otherwise festive gathering where"chicken. and
spite of his inability to deliver bog,"corn on the cob, bog chitterlings and.bear stew were,downed with the principal radiation are
in every instance, we believe the sauce M politics methods of
treating oral cancer


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Rev. Cliff McLeod '

To Be Ordained jll> "" ': .. 1

Sunday Evening/ vAt 7he: m t'A '"

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the Sunday evening worship ser- ,; "J f t' ,.' i
vice at First Presbyterian Church' f'' .t i(" 1;(:
Rev. Cliff McLeod will be ordainedand : 'r .II
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i will be

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'Mr.Elders Little Women

be a 4 To Hear ProgramBy

,hoped Sheriff ReddishThe

will On Little Woman's Club will meet

'; Tuesday night, Nov. 4, at 7
roast the Woman'Club Building; Commit"
tee Chairman and Committees for the,
The year will be announced by the President
Stacy Denmark.
In on Members are urged to bring their$5
p.m. membership dues to this meeting.The .
ed devotional will be presented by
led by Gina Lane. A program on "Personal
Defense and Safety Precautions For
Camp Young Women", will be presented by 1
So Sheriff Dolph Reddish.Refreshments .
.come for the meeting will
be provided by the Club. officers,
Mary Anne Miller, Karen Chitty, Sue
Meadows, Tammy Baldree, Stacy
Denmark and sponsor Mrs.Joan Chit
ty. Lisa Elizabeth Mooneyham

.Has m

Lisa Mooneyham'r

.tit ys Altar Society Attends' Chris Lawsonengagement

I Nu Kappa Live Oak MeetingOn told

Church Tuesay, Oct. 21, members of St.
tober 21 Edward's Altar Society attended the Mr. and Mrs. .Wallace L.
The Fall Meeting of the Gainesville Mooneyham of Lake Butler announce
S. Brantley of Deanery, St. Augustine Diocesan the engagement of their
to the Mrs. J.B. Council of Catholic Women NCCW. daughter Lisa Elizabeth to'
for provided.&L. announce the The meeting, hosted by St. Francis Christopher James Lawson, son of t I"
Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Horner was mar Xavier Women's Guild, was held at Mr. and Mrs. Daniel N. Lawson of. r
food Christine Ruth the Elks Lodge.Following Raiford.
Valerie Ann Jones: and Rocky Hoffler and Ronnie the Mass concelebratedby '; f
called the hoot pastor, Father Edward The wedding will be an event:! of
Married Sept. 20 at Pine Level ChurchMiss how wed Saturday, Booth, Father Patrick Foley, Father Saturday, Dec. 13. ,
out for Ellam Baptist, John Dux and Father Thomas Gordon Miss Mooneyham and Mr. Lawsonare v.
Lake I at St. Francis Savier Catholic both graduates of Union County r
Valerie Ann Jones, daughter greenery. A white dove topped a 15 of In- School.
using graduate Church luncheon was served at the High Miss Mooneyham I
of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy A. Jones of branch candelabra against a She also Elks Lodge. graduated from the Lake City Com ;

Hampton, became the bride of Roy background of greenery.entwined Side with gram \ River Com They guest speaker, E.K munity College Nursing Program I
Nathan (Rocky) Heftier, son of RoyN. candlesticks were mittee and Toc- Hamilton, Historian of Suwannee and recently passed the State Board
Heftier, Sr. of Starke and the late greenery, white carnations and tube. '\'
Ga. County, told of the early settlers and Nursing Exams and is employed at ,
Mrs. Hoffler,on Saturday.Sept. 20,at roses. for the graduate of missionaries In their dealings with In- Alachua General Hospital In
7 p.m. at Pine Level Baptist Church Presenting a program Brenda of nuptial and Chamblee, dians from 1565 through the 1800's. Gainesville. f l I',',
with Rev. Roman Alvarez performing music were Mnt.> Hallgren,
Parishes the
pianist, Mrs. Charlene Mains, soloist, represented )
the nuptials at a candlelight the
ceremony and duet by Brenda Hallgren and Eva were Board by in meeting were St. Patrick's. and Holy Mr. Lawson Is a student at the t I i
Faith from Gainesville Epiphanyfrom .
Drake. University of Florida where he.Is
Three candelabras )
standing were
served best At Lake City, Holy Cross from majoring in electrical engineeringEdison's .
and Bryan Stanley as man. l
decorated with white carnations at St.
each Cross City, St. John's from Chiefland
Ushers were Mike Hoover and Vic
made : Holy Family from Williston and. St.
; are being sent Madeleine from High Springs. {
as ,Ii
Mrs. Joy Drake attended matronof
of the
Mrs. Wayne McCarthy' honor. Mrs. Charlotte Durranceand pro- St. Edward's Altar Society was

Shower Honoree Miss Terry Bailey were atten- .the and are reception Invited represented by Viola Lefebvre, Betty 301 South Market l "
The Dazinski Carol Ashline Antoinette
Mrs.Wayne McCarthy was honored dants. They were attired alike in long in the church Coss and Dolores Meng. Portion Pak Mrati J ;tt I
Monday evening with a stork shower bridal dresses of yellow sophicate Lake .M-M24 I"
given by Mrs. Norman Dowdy, Jr., satin, yellow chantilly lace neck ruffle the SPECIALS 1
Mrs. Walter P. Luke, 'Mrs. Eugene and ribbon tie with a lace ruffle charge Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby 5 Ibt T.Bon.. Dlmonlco Ribcy 1 ,
Norman/'Mrl''EI: :.: Normant' Mrs, it? around the yoke of the dresses. The returned SundaY. night after three (your ghoic) IrS
Glen Norman and Mrs. 'Robert Van gowns had a tie at the waist and a ruffle : weeks vacation visiting her brother'1 Ib.!' Pork Chops 1
Pett'.'lit"' the"f VMilbfrfnAiFellotoirfflp lattsN'i-> on the bottom.; They carrie large ; I : // ,, ;, .IUbias34-t'a)1f in-law ahd'sillterMI'\ and Mrsj. L.V HaM'1"! .*nQ n.1 f.t white"1 chamtlly": .fans'M.' yet lptOax" .".. (_ I -1-v, ; .........,.. in Monroe)/..WSM. >aodi buiiii Jtle.a.klc.IUIU luW0'110 as bbl 14
Upon arrival, Mrs. McCarthy was' mums and blue daisies with a cascadeof brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 6 Ibi Pepper, Onion Mushroom :J
presented a white and yellow' silk yellow ribbons. To ; .. Mrs. Elmer Jones In LaMarada, Flour Steak (your chain) ... t
rosebud corsage in a background of The bride, given in marriage by her Club will hold Calif. and sight-seeing in Victoria 5 Ibt Hot dogs or tatter Dipped Fish
lace and net. father, wore an empire line organza By Park Project Canada and Tijuana, Mexico. S Ibs"French Frlvs $49.95 J
The maternal grandmother-to-be, gown with lace bodice, high neckline, All Chris Wilson's . t
Mrs. Mack Jones and the paternal sheer reembroldered yoke with seedpearls vited .m. S Ibi. Cub Sluok. I /
Mrs. James H. adorning the bodice and sheer and their
grandmother-to-be i J.
Friday, 3 Ibt. Pork Chops
McCarthy were given corsages of the bishop lace trimmed sleeves. The Golf and bring your 8-3- 6 Ibt All Bl' Patties
same creation'' in open roses. Mrs. skirt had a Rachel lace redingote effect I 9 Ibt. Chicken ..
Jones In'white and yellow, Mrs. McCarthy with lace around the hemline and Come for fur 1 lb. Bacon $34.95 a .
in .white, keepsakes of the sweeping train. Her cathedral length / (
.. ;J Jt>- Ground Bf'
with Rachel lace.
evening'Long ">-I' < wag edged ;; Poi> DENA !>
gift 'and ,refreshment'' tables She carried, a. formal cascade with will be ,*W:-Xfc.pt Food',omp"* JI
highlighted: the hall,in the traditional white roses, tiny blue daisies and ivy. 36. .enrol: aid 30t9JJ9d
baby theme. A reception was held in the church un BIII luinu 1-' ">--"-n
Refreshment table was covered in educational building., Miss Donna lliia ei
pinto''llhtntl C Il lM'OOlwith pan' artistic Thornton greeted the guests at the ,
creative'whitwsheWcake'of'pink and, door and Mrs. Lois Cowart kept the n Jsnsasb'nil'13q t
blite"r 9Bltti( \ ''III stork In the midst ofa bride's book. ilboOn
\/.rtPryI/: 'miniature baby articles)! The serving tables were draped to oga91 oa n 3
Cut.It9Yllta >'dlshel! >'held"miced) nuts' the floor with white lace over yellow w T z n I s NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
liners. the bride's table
Centering wasa
and .'*lMJlb.IfClJJIefrelihtng.drlnk8'1wetW'IIett'1I < T
111. 30x
d.J1"I lal'rtt.ablllC1W.( covered blue'! fountain gently flowing and filligree Pit
IInt'ri"lOefItet.'edl'Mth'< a.jarg..etork, :' bridges connected the side cakes on ; dJs Yy nov ctl LANDSCAPE PLANTS & SHRUBS ;t
around w clj.w ld.Jan) assortment of, which little figurines coordinatedwith s i iof I)
small baby toys( 9H ' Another gift table was covered with Marie Thornton"" and Mrs.. Inger. JB
Campen cut the cake ,Jio&gsi 91J l
wrtlt' !tol r 'Jbluff a"d",pink'fsiikaflowers'\ The' groom's{, \table featured a = nun 701 oi tsny' I,1)10'I GOLDEN RAIN a
larfked""byiuslngle'! silver'I candle I groom's cake,, a \silver candelabra;;
and and blue floral C1
holMergtJvithlblubeandleW' a green arrange, tlslriw TREES 9,99
PaMyilgMrtesHlwere tienjoyeii! '(with, ment. The two punch bowls were / t btbti'3 Reg. BBS

prlw*I being wlIl'ded'tolMrs. 'DonRaedonr'MrserDenver circled with greenery. e/l"1,( lsuj"l Jnln e 6.99 :
'Devrlck and Mrs. Nina Stencil and Mrs.
( a
MrsjDwajine,Hardee. Saxon cut iithe groom's cake and"!" aim ftsRs't$1: 0ht

Mrs: John'Torode.-Jr. kept the gift presiding at ,.the punch-bowls were AZALEA 2.99
bookij i Miss Stephanie Kennan, Miss Sherrl/ i'D RATNIEJI BE H btoAT '
As a memento of the occasion, the Norman,.:Mrs. Julie Crawford and { } 2.39 S
hostesses presented the honoree witha Mrs. Priscilla Kenney Misses Rojrff A. ENCORE C OT/NI/ iG t q

unique convertible nursery pony Cowart and Laurie. Hicks- ...servefu ,i .. '\ ia
floor hostesses.
Following a wedding trip to We' W : n
Smoky Mountains the couple is' ONION SETS FALL BULBS .o
residing at the Postmaster's Retire- Big, Selection of Popular la
", ment Village In Keystone (eIgjfIs.The VarietiesAre
Now In
Xi Iota DeltaMembers Stock
bride Is einploveBflbyTGaRirFreightways Buy C Plant Now ..,
Attend Inc. 1 O A J."" G,'

Autumn WitchareeLinda The groom is employed at HerculesIn
Bowen. Rose Smith. Marie RYE
Wynn, Diane Hodges and Connie Bestof Green It Lawn Mow- nl Pasture' y A Rich q
Xi Iota Delta, Beta Sigma Phi, and or All Winter n
Griff attended the ONE
guest Rhonda
third annual Autumn Witcharee of Xi | 5u.14S25U..648 }
Epsilon at Daytona Beach on Oct. 25. X.tONatural
Spending the night at the HolidayInn SOLbB.,1O0>

Surfside, they enjoyed a night on Color t
the town. They went to the Garage at
Holly Hill and listened to a group the Portrait :
Box-tops playing music from' ) the 50's. COW MANURE i
and 60 s. Cow Composted All
The theme for the chapter's luncheon only Manure 1-1-1, Analysis
being country and western, a" JJJ
costume contest was held and the .$1.50VOU1l = 49 Lb. Bag 'a 1
chapter's Daisy Mae Linda Bowen) Reg..2.69 :
won a prize for her costume. Several r..at1Il:1llIt
door prizes were won by the group. CIIOICKIvVMILY ; f
The next meeting will be Nov. 4 at r. .... '

the home of Diane Hodges also a '. : J (;nOLp; FLORIDA PEAT' Ib.''Bac'Reg. 1.4's I't!
Halloween at the home of Linda
.. Condition Soil .,229GARDEN
Bowen on Friday, Oct.31. > ; :RI Retain Helps -
.. 'I'' X Moisture. d

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I najunrt \\ IIh :
""| III
WT.'Weeks'' .\ .'. Otlirr. \.1..11.'ink. //ffr.r I"", !SIN-4-11111'. I iffr1-' iii|> UDCTo.Meet, .< : ." .I\.lnlll.I'I..n.. I I .+'int. F10110A CENTER :
W.T. Weeks "Chapt ''UDC, will MOTEL sif
r" ,
ntsT I
meet Wednesday, Nov; S, at 3 p.m, at 'II' NO APPOINTMENT Wednesday November" tith' WITH If OU (S39 I,/bell St. Open 9 mm -8pm- ,

Western Steer Steak House with Mrs. '(1 NECESSARY" ';Photo Hoinr. ,:00 9i0n p.M ORDERED% W 0111101.. 964.674, '1.
Lex Green, Mrs: Curtis Sander and ,,,,,,,.,. ',' 1 LAWTEY r" Starkei ::11 {
Mrs. Walla Lipsey as hostesses.. :: !



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PaRe A TELEGRAPH October M/ltt

Shower For Did You Know............ It
Henry E. Andersons
Burned Out Friends of Mrs. J.W. Kincaid will Friends of Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and
To Celebrate'50th Family Nov. 4 regret to hear she is confined in Brad- T.H.Slade,Sr.will regret to hear that
AnniversaryMr. ford County Hospital With two cracked their sistef':' Mrs. N.K. (Martha)
A miscellaneous shower will be held vertebrae and seven broken ribs Hurst of Indianapolis, Ind. died of an
and Mrs. Henry E. Andersonwill Tuesday Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the sustained In a fall down the stairs apparent heart attack Sunday night.
celebrate their
wedding Civic Center In Maxville for Wilbur backward Tuesday night of last week. Mrs. Hurst was a frequent visitor
anniversary Sunday Nov. 9 at
,and Helen Austin who lost everythingthey here.
Her sister Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa
House at the Garden Club in
Lynn owned In a fire Sept. 4 in their
Haven, Fla. from 2 to 8 p.m. Is staying with their other sister,
of mobile. home Mrs. O.L Beasley indefinitely. They Mrs. Lennie Woods has returned
Former long-time residents (the
State Farm Henry E. Anderson and Their mobile home and all of their also had as weekend visitors Mr. and after two weeks visit with Mr. and.
Y fit'' Madeline H. Anderson were married loss.personal possessions were a total Mrs. James Hoppe and daughter, Mrs. John Woods lit Lakeland.

Nov. 10,1930 In Chicago, 111. Melissa of Tampa.
71IIr To help the family get a fresh start
Mr. Anderson is a retiree from the shower is given by family Indfriends.
employment at Florida State Prison Everyone Is most welcome to
y and Mrs. Anderson was an employeeof attend. To anyone who can't attend
Stump's Department Store. but would like to help all donations
No invitations will be sent, but all and be left at
gifts can 749 Orange I' I I II
friends and 'relatives are welcome to St. in Starke. For further information,
attend. please call Sheila Austin, 964-7801.

I 1

Cleo King, Surprise PartyCelebrates
Jarrfes.KJU Sapp Two

Married Oct. 17 BirthdaysMiss

Cleo King daughter of Mrs. Annie. Amy Jo Carter and her father 1 l r I It
Mae King and the late Floyd King and Donald E. Carter were pleasantly
James H. Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. surprised recently on her 12th and his
J.S, Sapp, all of Lawtey were unitedIn ? birthday at a party given by their t 1 1 1 1E 1s
4 {A' marriage Friday Oct.; 17 at 3 p.m. family in the home of Mrs. Jerry
sit! in Folkston, Ga. Lawson and family.
.. Attending the Since Amy and her father are avid
III' N Chamberlain Jessi Chamberlain and Seminole fans the motif'for the party a
.., Earl Wilkerson.The was FSU. colors and the cake was I I
couple are both graduates at decorated with a Seminole Indian.
Bradford High School.She graduatedin After opening the presents cake,
1976 and he graduated in 1970. ice cream and coke were enjoyed by
1 1 The bride is employed at Lawtey all.Out
Correctional Institution and Mr. Sapp of town guests were Mr. and
is employed by Flicking Brothers Mrs. Tommy Carter and girls fromSt.
Plastering Co. In Jacksonville. Simons Island Ga.
They are residing in Lawtey.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson

Christian Woman's Club Elks, ElkettesAttend/

Forming in K.H. Visitation'Starke 5 PIECE PLACE

L Elk Lodge members and
The organization of a Christian wives attending District Deputy FRE'E
Woman's Club Is under way in George Dominianni's visitation to the !
Keystone Heights and all ladies in the Orange Park Elk Lodge last Wed. .
(community are urged to contact night were: George & Margaret a see DETAILS AT STORI
Merle Spaulding at 473-3866 if inteii'sUxl Brown, Herb & Maureen Chase,
in forming this group off George & Ada Domlnlanni J.D.
'-fit"ist"1,111 women. Doyle Bill It Marian Flnucan,Vernon
"flic closest CWC is now in & Robbie Nichols, Bob & Evelyn SWEET JUICY
(,nil1l'l All denominations are invited to CaRuss entertained the ladies witi( a FLORIDATANGERINES
.jtVm' There are no religious barriers. demonstration on construction of
The! club has no membership dues. Christmas arrangements.At .
Alltlin/ attend are encouraged to invite the Elkette Halloween Party Fri GUARAnTEEI
friends neighbors and business night Evelyn Strunk won first
hill, professional associates to an in- prize for her Coal Miner's Daughter SUPER 20 SUPER
-nrulional| and relaxing occasion.Attendance outfit. Second prize went to Judy DlscounT
Is by invitation McMullen, the gypsy fortune teller.In FOR
Monthly meetings will be held In order to become a member of the
t\-slaurnnls. Through well-informed, Elk Lodge an interested person must
itKpi rational speakers those who attend be proposed by a member of the Elk Pantry Pride 4A ED 4 ;
are challenged to consider the Lodge. For membership In the Elket AERNM 9 8
satisfying way of life in Jesus Christ. tes, an Interested person must be the COFFEE
'A speaker will be on hand each wife or widow of a Starke Elk Lodge LBI LB
Month to talk to the women about member. LB BAG- REG., DRIP
topic! always someone who .... ,. '
can relate to women in their every

day walk of life. YOUR-aa I I d 'iAu 1 i i.u", r i: "i>M b. AC -IK.
:''Anvone interested In helping get Lynn > CHOICE LOW PRICE i.- IA."f'! .itV' u.. IoI"'W 'tIiC1 1 !,*.m/'*.._. ?
I Ins organisation In Keystone off the Douglas Rowel I SAVE ar /GAVE IG' -
ground is requested to phone Mrs. 10 LB RAG 8 SAVE 20a-last LOAVES PANTRY PRIDE,
To Wed Dec. 20 FOR
Sp.mldmt as soon as possible. raesH QUEEN Z/38
.:. L- Mr. and Mrs. James Rowell,Sr., of $199 IDAHOPOTATOES $178 FLORIDACUKES 98(:. ....V.II."QlJaT.(PULL-A-MRD. .PUnPEHNICIIIL OR
Starke announce the engagement and
'. Bread. .110..680.
JJ13IRTHS approaching marriage of their son,
Douglas to Lynn Pressland,daughterof AVE COUNTRY STANDMushrooms GAVE 10.PACKED FRESH DAILY GAVE!!'.l_8'RC1I.ANTIIY PRIDE
Michael Wayne Smith Mr. and Mrs. Brian Pressland of SAVE 30. . LB*!** Slaw or Salad.PKQ.48C French Bread. 2/09

Bedford England GAVE .
tar! and Mrs. Michael Smith ofStarke The will take Dec. 20 Moftwom
wedding place
.. EACH38 *
I!! Honeydews Potatoes4 ,98c :
Sweet Dinner Rolls.; .2/79
nnncmnce the birth of a son at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter

Michael Wayne born Oct. 14 at Day Saints in Northhampton, .. ::'L ..n'"
Shand', 'f; ; "
Teaching Hospital. England. 0LrnerN PANTRY PRIDERING'
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Douglas Is a 1977 graduate of Brad CAr--
(Irs! Ellis Kehberg 'of Starke and ford High School and is now stationedat cc SIZE -

paternal grandparents are Cody Chicksands, England with the Air LI1r.-R'T";; :; KLEENEXTOWELS LOWFRICe RINE30BREAD.
Smith of Jasper and Phyllis Smith of Force. .
CGII'IICl1 ,, ,
- LBS ::a r 't MX 89 SQUARE FEET '20.W p
; W 76o BOX LOAv :ISAV.PJoO / r

$ 199 eAve 20AOr -

-A o ... ... ..
iIW-: :...

.....' f.- -,::J SAVE 80 s
AND "w+1A
COMPARE5-- a 01SAYE .........
I --
Of All The Churches in Starke "00.....'Allllitt/ SAVE'0'-MT.DEW DIET PEPSI" OB .. GAVE !..,ISM MEAT' 1

Baby Sham p6b,99o *2" Pepsi Cola NUM: . .109] Bultonl Ravioli.....21*1

FromPolitical SASS IV.4.. W** SAVE 14'.u..JUNE BOY .. SAVE,g'-1_ ? .' ..
; Black Pepper. 6 9* JAVB 98 Hamburger Slices 79.J: Mdtt'S Apple5.IICe.ta31'1 0
-"rl >"" 9 q< p
Action 9.- 40..n.NAIL GAVE TO' 14u BIO TATB a SAYS is1.S2..dorrsPrLine
Polish REMOVeRi1"394" ; '"i.! Instant Potatoes.594! : I
( a Juice. .')i79
.. -" ""'- -.* OW ....,.. ... < .

I Rally Committee Mustard .' 49'* ;'8 Spaghetti Sauces. s13g., 1 Tea Bags. ,.;139 1
Subject: Vegetables '29* iI.' Quick Grits. . *119 A| CrIOVQ SHORTINll'la., ,5229gn EvERVDAv


GENERIC) pTrryrff.tf $ BBjUiTJ B :$, 6 9 '
: 100 $117 7 jtow mice] JL|H P.IC I-"ATU39 s

SAVE 30' lAve 7" SAVE aI' SAVE 14


.:rt., IfI COMPARE :::: 1Ft fra fc1! TIDE DAWN .AYE 33"'

Potatoes 29 39AVB SOFDOWrlyTENER $119
take opportunity to Invite all members''and <0 IIII.IIM!!
(BARBQaE)49) 73 $ 88 ;u CT
friends of all the churches in Starke to please come and (sAVa3s' 2 .$0149 BOUnCE....
orShiP at, Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church (Cor. TOTAL . 718'io' BOX 32:T SOFTENER $ SSANWA 10APPLE .

hestnut i'Ash) at tl a.m. Sunday, Nov. 2. M. .
after the service the action ..,,' ",!!,," ,. ..
During or worship political "Sf..O. ;'O" .. r '
''' '
"J;. &:",r: >l.Q r' .,,L2. ;. F.I['" 'ff". .
ally committee will give a presentation at which time RAMEN PRIDE

they will:encourage everyone to vote for all democratic. JUICE 5 JOHNSON & JOHNSON. KLEENEX = NOODLES

:andidates on Tuesday, Nov. 4. I 8 .CMICIUIII.HIP o*HUSHIKXM
Refreshments will be served after the service. fur- 1 9 DIAPERS'TISSUES
For -$1 12 COUNT TODDLE $
call ( I 1
herinformatlon. please : I WITH THIS COUPON OOOO
,'. 64oc THOU"!'.D..NOV.I,tt.... WITH THIS...COUPON.HOY..OOOOTMBU I MO. 301
i James Prince L.C. McCutchen aoo 1rRiRR. 10...N WRRR. /flRYtsOR. .10...R.RAO SAve 4s. I

964-5136 i 964-8766

I ".Elizabeth 964-6683'Walker,LI TO Piytrirf vmssi




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hhangl' Dancers Bring African' M_. tta.. .._:

Atmosphere Here October 30th

The Ishangi family dancers from featured in the' African village. During
the African bush country will presenta the past nine years they have
program of exotic native dances at toured the U.S.. the Caribbean
the Starke Woman's Club at 8 P.m. Islands, and Europe presenting their
,Thursday Oct. 30, in the second appearance authentic African dances songs and
of Santa Fe Communit 'eol. demonstrations.The .
lege's Fall Festival of the PerformingArts. program tonight ( Stick
will feature the bizarre
As'with all of the Santa Fe series, Dance" which Involves unique featsof a
F performances are free to the public, balancing requiring great physical I.
and the Woman's Club will host an informal discipline and strength. The Prayer y r
reception after the program Dance shows the
when the audience Is invited to meet crops from planting to ,and is
the performers.The danced by women wearing ,
Ishangis first appeared before homemade native costumes.The .
i 44u1 American audiences at the New York public Is Invited to attend this .ar AMA I II
World's Fair where they were performance. vr I

Did-You Know............ ,_ u st ,Irk .
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand +.lalAaYlt d :u
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paterson

spent Thursday to Monday visiting spent last week at Ch ike N.C.Mr. Selected Eckcrdi i
Mrs. Norma Jean Faile and family In
Lancaster S.C. Shd in Salespersons of The Month
sight-seeing and Mrs. Ray Culdwire of
the Smoky Mountains.., Toledo, Ohio and Mrs. Frances
Gravlee of Tavares spent last Thurs- DonlU Crawford and Lynda Rhue. !of Eckerd Drugs la the Bradford
ofr Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards of day to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Square Shopping Center, have been selected at Eckerd'i salespersons of the
Houston, Texas are visiting their Gilbert Goldwire. month. This Is a district wide contest, based upon customer service and sales
parents, Mrs. Gladys Edwards In manship. The girls were In competition with personnel from approximately 30 !
Js, Starke and Mr.and Mrs.:John Dodd In David Mendenhall of Atlanta was other stores In their district. They received a savings bond In recognition for
t Gainesville for three weeks and sight- Sunday overnight guest of Mr. and their effort. Ronnie Hall local store manager said that the competition for this
seeing In the Smoky Mountains and Mrs. J.E.. Hardy. honor was very competitive and only the top personnel had an opportunity to be
Lake Wales. selected. .

Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins
., Mrs. Clyde Sinclair was visiting returned Wednesday of last week Did You Know.,...........
Ishangi Dancers Mrs. Dan Jardine In Hilton Head after a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. BIRTHS
Island, S.C. last week. Lenox Cox in Mar yv ille, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early returned
..,.. sight-seeing In the Smoky Mountains. Wednesday of last week after a week Christopher Adam Clark ,
Hugh Hutson, Rudy Scogglns and attending the Early reunion in
Mrs. Nell McDonell and son, Cliff of three Mrs.months Lenore at Foster her home who In has Barnard.spent Carroll Baker returned Wednesday of Stephen Hall of Orlando spent the Mobile Ala. and sight-seeing in the Robert and Doris Clark of Orange
Temple Terrace, Fla.spent Thursdayto to her Kingsley Lake last week after 10 days hunting In weekend with his parents Mr. and Helen. Ga. area. Park announce the birth of a son.
will return
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. RIP Vt.home on Saturday for the winter. Kaycee Wyo. where they killed six Mrs. Rodney Hall in Theressa and Christopher Adam born Oct. IS In St.
I McLendon. deer. Mr Ami Mm R o. Dansby In Starke. The Methodist Women's Sunday Vincents Hospital. He Joins a brother.

School class had dinner Tuesday Billy, age two.Paternal '
night at the Sandpiper Restaurant in grandfather is Robert L.
Micanopy celebrating Mrs. Drew Clark of Jacksonville; maternal
Reddish's birthday.Mr. grandmother is Mrs. Annie
Overstreet of Starke; great grand- i
and Mrs. Fred Vogel of Garden mother is Mrs. Olive Cumberlidge of t
City N.Y. were weekend guests of Winders Locks.
ON YOUR Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. John W.
Las SAVINGS Griffin and Mrs. W.H. Thomson. '

Did You Know...........
Mrs. Lila Caldwell returned Sunday
TOTAL FOOD BILL after two months visit with her
daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ruth Bagwell of Jacksonvilleis
A.W. Anderson in Ventura, Cal. and Wednesday and Thursday guest of
Mrs.:Peggy Garcia In Camartllo, Cal. Mrs. W.B. Mundy at Klngsley Lake,

YOU CAN'T Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones, Mr. Mrs. J.E. McIntyre of Jacksonville.
SMOKED and Mrs. Mac Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B.G.McIntyre and sons.
S BUY BETTER Art Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Al Kay Kevin and Scott of Ponte Vedra Beach
Carlisle and Mr. and Mrs. Joe and son, Eric Mcintyre of Worcester.
MAM : a o ...SO WHY Baldree were camping and square Mass., a senior at WPI, were Satur-
PAY MORE? dancing Friday and Saturday at Salt day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H.
Springs. DuPre.
DsUPER PORTION Mrs. Janet Turner and Mrs. Betty Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Bishop
LIS8 Anne Phillips were in Orlando Thurs- celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary
day to Saturday as guests of Mr. and on Tuesday Oct. 28. .
Mrs. Jim Chasteen and also visited !
FARMBEST Anne Wilt McAleennan in Mt. Dora. Douglas Seymour of Miami spent
98 98 the weekend with his parents,Mr.and

ICE Kevin Miller of the University of Mrs.: J.D. Seymour.Mrs. (

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HALF Baltimore Md. and Mrs. James Otto
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THE MOST WINNING ',, y.s i:1.:.:




Harper Hits Tiebreaker

Right on the Button to WinWillie

Harper didn't figure Bradford'Tornado to lose, but
he did have the tiebreaker fIguged out.24 points to be exact(and
he was). That on-the-button pick earned Harper ISIS la the
Telegraph Football Contest last week.
Tieing Harper with nine right picks out of the 12 game was
Sadie Elder, Elva Hampton Jr, Letty Woodburn and Roes ,f
Chandler.Every one of the top 11 finishers missed the Southern
Methodist over Texas upset.

RULES OF THE GAME... willis Harper


1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their Im3))In casa of tie we will use the total points scored In the
mediate families an welcome to enter but there I* a Bradford County High School lame each week except
limit of one entry per person each weak. the Tornadoes open week)a* ..tiebreaker.Pleas fill In
the point you think will be scored by the Tornadoes and
2)) The entry must be an an official blank from the their opponent combined In the tiebreaker blank. For In-
, TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH stance sine the near In last week's BHS game was
office before p.m. each Friday afternoon. Fill In all the Mocclonny 17,Tornadoes IS,the correct total score was
, blanks with either the name*of the team you think will 32 paints.
win or "tla" If you think the game will end In a tie. The
penon who pick the most games right will win the top 4)) All decisions of the fudge are final.


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Jr. Pee. Wees, ;F:

Crush Bel-Med \ at i

';;For 1st 'Place"" t


COOP Warner Homecoming to this w..k- m,pj. 11A.

It was supposed to be a close ing from 35 yards out after a 13-yard '
showdown between the Clay Con- penalty. t
ference's two strongest teams but Bellamy totaled 121 yards rushing i!
Bradford's Jr. Pee Wee Cowboy with Kerry Hall adding 87 and Tony j
showed all the muscle In a 40-0 romp Diggs 61. Defensive leaders were j
past Bel-Med In Orange Park last Aaron Mathews and Tony Davis with 1
Saturday. 17 tackles each along with Keith Gill- 1
Goodge Reads the Option The win put the Cowboys atop the ingham with 10 stops, Mike Chappellwith
Tornado quarterback Bill Goodge fakes the pitchout as he turns upfltU agilnsl A M yard touchdown run by Goodge was virtually all the offense Bradford league with a perfect 6-0 mark (7-0 7, and Jimmy Hankerson with
I Colt defenders. could muster In the loss. overall) and virtually assured themof four.
a ticket to the Shrine Bowl which "I've had this group for three years
goes to league champions. The only now and it's just a super-fantastic
teams left on the schedule are group of kids/ Thomas said of his
Keystone Heights(Saturday home) unbeaten ballclub. They're good
and last-place Green Cove Springs athletes and they're good kids. Most ,
Offense Wheezes Colts and the Bradford boys will be heavily of them are A or B students In the
as favored In both games.. classroom."

The Bradford Jr. Pee Wees also. Green Cove 7-Jr. Pee Wees 0
have been Invited to the Lunar Bowlin
Cocoa Beach the weekend before The Jr.. Pee Wee Cowboy defense
the Shrine Bowl and Coach Ronnie played one of its most oustandlng .
Thomas said his club will play in both games of the year,holding host Green !
Turn Back Bradford 14-10 bowl games. Cove to a lone touchdown, but the .>
Last week's win was, as the score Bradford team still fell 7-0 last Saturday
indicates not even close as fullback to drop to 1.5 for the season.
Gerald Brown powered for 203 yards Green Cove went to 4-2 with the i
O Tornado challenge Buehholi Friday gee pf. 10A. and four touchdowns to pace a 417 hardfought victory. ;
I yard ground assualt while the Cowboy A bad snap on a Green Cove punt }

.l, ......... 's defense limited the previously put the Cowboys In scoring position j
t it o u late in the quarter but they were
unbeaten hosts
to 37
....... a meager yardsof
.. ... and M.Nn fear M McRae
before .It fediue. M' u uuie total offense. Bel-Med had scored unable to capitalize. Robby
MMWltwrwi 41 (HHimi khk
after Colt scores but the show didn'tserve ..Oii to fire up Bradford's Tornadoesany a-Cl...at....IMM|MlMMMm running Into the Bradford biuzsaw. recoveries for the Jr. Pee Wees and
as the now 2-5 BHS gang only U.... a-fru ja ....(Mkkk. Brown scored on runs of 41,21, and along with Darin Patterson, Greg
once came up with any dazzling a-N.rd N.nk Mo_ 13 yards and a screen pass covering Wiggins, James McNeal, Dale
display of offense on the field at North R...d.w.e U 43 markers while Robert Bellamy ad- Brown, and Darrel Cruce played. topnotch -
Marion last Friday. *>M* mihM.*.. s- aJp..rd. defense.
ded TD's via a 36 yard keeper and a 47
The longest Bradford offensive a I* trtU ataM yard return with an interception.John Quarterback Greg Wiggins and running -
series of the night lasted 10 plays U..I.I..M--rd.. U4M David Francis booted five of six backs Timmy Seeley and Pater-.
counting a punt and that non-scoring a p.nh..... ada.a. ... two-point conversions with one com son played well on offense.
parade was the only time all night the I amrl..1.0! !.
.. ...
a-114 -- -
Tornado offense put two first downs s
together on the same drive.The offen- ........................
sive ineptness, which Head Coach *
David Hurse said was the result of Manns wide open on a comeback t Keep FRANK WILLIAMS Working for You
blocking breakdowns up front, allowed route that went for 20 yards and a first *
the Colts to hang close enough to down. "We had preached to the kids
win with a 68 yard game-winning-TD all week that they like to go to Manns t Speaker of the House Designateand
trip that ended with a touchdown pass deep and that time we just gave him Chairman
Rules Committee
with 1:35: to go. That 14 yard pass, too much room," BHS Secondary iC
which went from quarterback An- Coach Mike Hartley said of the pass. Haben
thony Jones to flanker Lindell Mannsin Jones optioned for 12 more yards Ralph says. .
the back of the endzone, put JNorth,. and* first.down atthe: BUS 13 but -tc iC 'j I
Marion on top A4-10. ...m uai lj> .Mark(;rey iliiiil srtl'll' JI".JlJt-&t thaw! J'Ffgnfc Is'ontfofthe most '.? -<< '
I TornadoJ sophomdre( >EUjMJNfcffK! : ?;;"<3 and ben leia,coflYoyjottaeklers in 3 -fri iSi: 4/TJ.tvii :v i &[" ** 4, ( .iefrectfv& if (
Watkins nearly broke the ensuing downing the same runner for a one' 71- ti House Members
kickoff, taking it back to the BHS 46, yard loss. That put the Colts in a 3rd- iC ,
and a pass Interference call movedthe and-9 situation and Jones again found ,, = In Tallahassee. iCt
ball to the Colt 36 as the game Manns open on the passing down.This
entered its final minute. But, true to time for the winning score. :
Its form on this chilly evening, the "We felt sure they were going to run House of Representatives
BHS offense couldn't present a the curl route again, they had been Frank Williams iC
serious challenge to the North Marion succesful on it three times," Hartley Roping a Colt District 25
lead. ,. said of the TD pass. "The corner- Bradford's Brian Thomas halts the gallop of Colt receiver Llndell Manna after
BHS did drop one bomb of Its Own backs went t man-to-man so Brian a reception good for a first down. uu..jm..ij.- Pd Pol. Adv. Pd For By Frank William Democrat I,
on the home-standing Colts that be- (Thomas) hatTManns but he was sup- ..... .....................-,:
ing a 60 yard sprint to the goal line by, posed to get iome help from the safe-
quarterback. Bill Goodge on, the second -, .,4y.f mmett 'Watkins" when Manns CHRISTCHURCH t
half'an j first play-{froM crlmv: cut into the. /JiniddlAiEmmett, stayed LUTH.E 01 C )
mage. GoOdge's ru .>aiftr Kenny 'With the tight end'Bd Brian had Manns
Clark's con rayon kick tied the game,...., all by himself. Brian felt bad about II.1JI
at 7-7. M w' 1 I .' \l\,I tfl411"1 shows he was Just a step au"
Eight mil li tiffs laty the Tor does ..,\stet ra-half behind the guy and Pastor Glen Schmiei) I
took the lea t tit nks ftj p interception anytime you can stay that close on l I
by Kenny rMridgaTOtheri ; man-to-man coverage I think you're ,
ried the bal IJs! I the-Colt: t doing a pretty good job. Church Service 1&Ja3Q.AM:;
23. BHS got than t 13, thaton "It was just one of those durn :
a four ya Jk b Wike ordal1Qqill", "a i things,,,they guy caught the ball a i
third and f, .,jQ r.k \p tU9_,..,,yard,or; so from the back of the end Keystone Lion': !: \\Jg)
smack a 32 d fit dbl I gft'tit" itjne.'I looked at Coach Thomas and .
put BradfoftiMip W-T with:3'2JTre-! "* '/said". .'1,.hop, this isn't another *Sunday School and Bible Soho STARKE t.1
maining in I i a third-period. Eastside (a 26-23 last-minute loss)
BHS had' l ball only one* more and sure enough I iUt\irne before the ginning Nor* MwrMll-a t.:;just about the sanJeWng.\] t
score and jilted it constfyattyelV' ,j.j S flhe coverage 4 fenl the',onlybreakdown PUBLIC NOTICE---omsN" a'nl,
grinding fot ri minutes off Ihe clock on the pay. Jones had RECYCLING
with six ru is and a roughing ,the r ,plenty of time lo"po" anns breaking Town of Hampton= '
kicker pens against the aoxlous ,,clear under the goal fl6 ts.Noseguard "
Colts. t Kenny, Wright, who had pressured Notice is hereby gtl* 'rnt1titmtheT I :
The hosts%ot the ball back at its 32 Jones all night, coming up with three [ \;
with 7:44: to go and that allowed them tackles behind the scrimmage line, >wn Hampton, will-hol b' ..ic CENTER
plenty of time thanks to two big plays. had gone down five plays tarlier witha INC
After NM got to, the,i thanks mostly to the running of Bring on Tuesday, lJggg1gb.

Maurice the game Rutledge Watkins, who had and 87 Wright yardsfor more TORNADOES FALL 1"14-0 1980 at 7:30 p.m. in the Town Courv We Love to Pass the, Buck

floored a Jones keeper for a six yard en 11.'J'
loss, setting up a crucial 4th-and-7 icy] 'meeting room of fee R aniplon
play. Jones dropped back and found

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'. The purpose of this hearing is to

Tornado provide all interested citizens withan
****** Complete Recycling
of theWeek ''''0 ot opportunity to assist the Town

r Council in determining program All Types of AluminumAll .

''priorities for the 1981 Community Sizes .& Shapes

Friday's He didn't 14-10 know loss beforehand at North that Marion last : Development Block Grant (CDBG) 'WE BUY '

would be his last game of the season
N but Kenny Wright still came through :Program. Citizen input is requested .COPPER .LEAD ,.ALUMINUM
with an eight tackle-four assist defen-
t sive performance to earn Tornado of regarding the community's, needs .BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES l4
the Week honors.
Kenny, a sophomore noseguard, priorities and program proposal. ;
was helped off the field after Injuringa I NOW BUYING NEWSPAPERS *
knee amid North Marion's 68 yard Citizens are encouraged fo attend
drive for the winning touchdown..He
was operated on Saturday for'lIga- and participate in the development TIED,'IN, 'B'UNDLES.J k
ment damage and will be out for the

season."Anybody else would have had the of this Community Develoopment ;'j': ; per Ib. for ;

knee torn up worse but the doctor saidKenny's The Town ,
Program. Council Intends 3
got a real strong knee BHS AluminumCans I
Coach David Hurse said of the Injury. submit 2'8C '
a ,
"He should completely recover from preapplfcation,

the Wright Injury.,who" was In on three tackles the Department of Housing1 and Urban -

behind the line of scrimmage,shared 964-7234
Best Defensive Lineman honors with Development, 'between

dozen Kevin tackles Reddish with, who ten also primary was In stops.on a November 3 and .November. 17, HOQ S} 'M?,fi:! Fri., .8 am 5 pm
Kenny Etheridge was Defensive)Back 'I '
of the week with Billy Shannon'winn 1980. Sat; 8am2pm'Jrt
Kenny Wright ing the Offensive Line award. No k
awards were given for Offensive Itchg 10/30 \.
***** Back or Best Hit. to little atal fesT"w E

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Dr. Lounette I Eaton.J.nS".1- DC.
I : Tornadoes Challenge Buchholz FridayStill 1

Dr. Wayne C. ,Eaton, D.C. .

trying to salvage a S-5 season not a*.. tough offensively as 55,Sr. 190)) Is called the best athete on "It'll hurt us with Kenny out but Keystone Chiropractic' Clinic
and looking to play a role in the' Gainesville High or North Marlon, the defense and hardest hitter along with Ricky and Dale will go In there and do
I crowningoftheDistrict5AAAchompBHS's last two teams we've played" appraised left tackle Brian Sutherby (number the best Job they can." Thomas said.
I Tornadoes go to Florida Field BHS Secondary Coach Mike 58, Sr 200)( Tornado scouts say Brett "Dale's been one of our most consistent SR-21 North
In Gainesville Friday night Oct.31,to Hartley. Head Coach David Hurse Henley (number 81,Sr 160) Is the best football players. I kind of hate to At "" (.'
test the 5-and-l and setd -ecorod-on agreed that as the scores indicate of the defensive backs. move him because he has done such Suite 5" ;,,,
Buchholz Bobcats Kickoff time to B defense is definitely the university city Offensively Buchholz has been both good Job at tackle. Keystone Shops ,
rival's strong suit. "They've been conservative and mediocre, but "We have to make Buchholi go 00 Phone 473-3604: 'u" :"I "
p.m.Buchholz enters the contest with a winning .on their defense," Hurse Hurse said the 'Cats haven't yet hurt or 70 yards to score,"Hartley figured : II'

2-0 District mark and with a win over said They themselves run out with of the offensive I-pro and mistakes.slot. mistakes."Then maybe I know they'll my kids make are ready some togo Hours 9 a.M. J p.m. arid 3 p'm.: '' 6 p. m.

the Tornadoes would set up a wlnneJ'otakeaU "They run a spllt-40 much like Mac- Defensive Coach Jimmy Thomas said have a good attitude." FrJ.II. 'I'" '. '
Wed.'lc : ,
match for the title and playoff 'I know Tues.
Mon.; .
clenny, Santa Fe, Eastside, and a Buchholz l "has run right at everybody it sounds like a worn-out ,
last Friday r
berth in the regular season's number of other teams do," Hurse they've played so far. They take the record but we've just got to hold down Thursday
November 21. continued. "They don't stunt much fight right to you." our mistakes to a minimum and 9 a.m-J p.m. .
The only loss for the'Cats was by a but they will move around and show "they'11 throw just enough okeepyou capitalize on their mistakes," waaHurse' 'Facilities '
7-0 count to class 4A Jacksonville you more alignments than some of the off balance. They will put people In .conclusion.. ,. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy ,
Jackson on the road Sept. 26 and that others do. They'll line up In what we motion more than the teams we've
Jackson touchdown was one of only call a seven-diamond with a been playing. They like to stretch put
three pointers Buchholz's spllt-40 linebacker down at noseguard and the defense with It,"
defense has allowed all season. The with the other linebacker stacked upright A big question mark for the BHS "
Bobcats opened with a 3-0 shutout win behind them. That gives them defense revolves around plugging the
over Port Orange Spruce Creek, then seven people on the line with one noseguard gap vacated by the Injured
nipped Santa Fe lU, and after the *
linebacker.. Thomas and Hurse
loss at Jackson have topped Live Oak Unlike the other District 4-AA con- said Dale Buchanon and Ricky Griffis LBP i l
14-0, and *'
21-6, Ocala baseball tender, GHS, Buchholz is not a huge, will alternate between defensive
Eastside by a score.7-4. Imposing team, but instead uses tackle and noseguard..The move will
"It's pretty obvious since they've defensive quickness and ag- mean Griffis, a starter at offensive iIter
only scored about 10 points a game gresiveness to get the job done. tackle, will play virtually the whole
((9.8 to the opponent's 3.8)) that they're Linebacker Donald Banks (number game

I Tornadoes Were "Flat" Coaches SayPutting

for the United States Senate
aside a couple of minor hands together almost silently. cond half"
gripes about the officiating BUS "I guess you could envision it com Defensive Front Jimmy Thomas
coaches saw one major reason for last ing. We were so high emotionally to agreed with Hurse. "I think that's the
week's low U North Marion "We play Gainesville High School and then main thing, that we were just not
were very flat," was the way Head played them pretty well It was hardto mentally ready. To play GHS as wellas
Coach David Hurse put it. get back up for North Marion. GHS we did we had trouble getting them
"It was terrible, we Just weren't was favored by so much that when we back up."
ready to play North Marion," Nurse played 'em close we started thinking And can BHS get back "up" for
said in retrospect Tuesday. "That's we were pretty good and got kind of Buchholz."I .
why I blew the whistle and gathered'em flat coming Into the North Marion think so," Thomas answered
up when we finished cal's game. We just didn't play real well. "We had a good practice yesterday
(calisthenics). "We their butt at halftime and if we can get over our injuries
"They were counting and clappinglike and it showed with the way we came we'll be alright
this," Hurse added, bringing his back out and played better in the se-

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ed by Macclenny Wildcats after scooping up an onsldes
I kick I I, 1 III 1. IIIII'N Ie>
attempt by tile 'Cats.9thGrade POLITICAL ADVEHTUEM1NT.FA .tORItY'R P"ZAJIIt..114 l ugl.9 :

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game is never over until the period helped the frosh Tornadoes I a, aDo log ,abHo
FRANK { i inoao
last play is run. Just ask Bradford hole that advantage But the fourth Hr, CQTL: 1. ) nun t fond
High ninth grade football team. period was a different story. F' rt I KHB boSBfnI'jrllons
Y Ys :i' wo'in bslsliglwt
The freshman Tornadoes held a 12-0 Macclenny's number 40 rambledfor 1// aiiilA, wo -rod ol ,tins yslcmi h
lead heading into the fourth quarter a 77 yard run to the Bradford four .. lthlaA' J uwiilkd .,
against Macclenny Tuesday night but yard line to set up the first Wildcat REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR FLOYi1iJ HOUSE ,t ,
the Baker County visitors explodedwith score. The visitors fumbled on the OFREPRESEN1 ATIVES DISTRICT' 25 ,.' .L: fJ. 'i, :;o rtL.,,. d
an 18-point final period to disappoint next play but the referee's ruled the (Bradford, Clay and the wrth h o't.John Counies: )) ; .34 ..
the home crowd with an 18-12 ball was dead before the bobble and I. ._ ,r'n am nohaldim I :
victory. Macclenny still had possession. They '264-871 $$i A-10 f T" ..'h. 1 .... '.-'jii' hurt Jelinollb I (
scored on the next play to close within Phone: ; LjicW ;-41 : I no nwob liI'l l\
Richie Fender tossed an 18 yard 1M before Russell l and Don Green 1541G<* sits i Court, "' i' Times-Union and Jou t AVi11e, So.dayy.Septem-vee: 21,1980 'nrtiunebmrr"Pa3fk ? t.
bootleg past to Robert Carver and stopped the two-point conversion try. Oran 32075J< J J ia......: ''"' 1'''fWN: '""4ar a JI'< 1S

behind Eric Lane the offensive for line a 25 of yard Wayne TD Macclenny hail a chance minutes : : Fear of crinie altered life ''i r

Cribbs, Doug and Don Green, Kevin later when a punt by Fender bouncedoff s : styles
Johns, and Eric Rauhoffer to give tcamate Eric Lane and was down- : '
BHS its 12-0 advantage. Lane also ran ed at the Tornado 39.Another long run
to the 14 ( Lane and Kf i for nearly 60 yards without scoring as finally stopped by *
time ran out In the first half.A Billy Rehberg) and the visitors were ,1. .; Four of 10 4merz.cansfeel unsafe z-na daily environment, researchers report
tight defense and an interception knocking on the door again. Two
by Brad Russell late in the third plays later a dive up the middle tied I r I !- "
the game at 12 with 2:48: left. Don This article reported that "Most Americans, according.toihr( survey, nave lost confidence in the
Green stopped the conversion try to
preserve the deadlock. criminal-justice system." .

Macclenny tried on onsldes kick but I could not agree. more.. The more ""rights" and "privileges" we allow our convicted criminals to have- the
Kevin Johns fell on the ball, giving :
,BHS the ball at Its 46. Brad Brown more we become prisoners in our own homes! : Doublelocts, chains. security systems, burglar bars..All '
gained three yards and Fender threwto
Thomas Johnson on a look-in pat- the things which:were originally designed.tq keep criminals locked up are now the very,things.we,buy and

But tern, on for first 11 and yards ten and from a the first Baker down.40 install on the doors and windows of our l homes to keep the criminals( vho are running free),out of our; homes.I .

a Fender pass was Intercepted at the "
'Cat 28 and carried all the way back to I the law abiding .. ,
the Tornado 7. citizens, must raise our '

Robert Carver and Anthony Luke court balance the rights of I ,t '" ",
ganged up on a Macclenny ballcarrierfor .
the individual with the \ 1
a one yard line but the next play '
took the visitors to within inches of rights of a Free Society. I d" J '1. I'' ,
N the and they punched the ball In Balance the duties and 1"}; i r. '. .. y '" '. 'I "., -
on third and goal with 40 seconds remaining responsibilities of the Free ',< t Octoberi3 )
individual with the duties ,Report on CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS thru 19frO

An looping onsides kick was again and responsibilities of ,, -4" .:..{ ,
Eob.: f tried but Don 'Green grabbed the society. 4-M%.,,'"A i"i il ..:,: "
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bouncing ball and BHS had one last "
Its. late hit Candidate All From Individuals**
chance from 40. A penalty \ T.calof ,
moved the Tornadoes Into Macclenny Please give me the opportunity v', 1 ,I **Contributions .. Special Interest Croup Living In District_ 25
territory but a,two deep passes to to work in the 1981 a j. f' '. N .bel'mouftt Number Amount
Lane fell Incomplete and Fender was: and 1982 Florida "j.. '; I '- -
sacked on third down before keeping Legislative sessions for laws 28'S
for six yards on the game's last play. that will putlhechalnaon 't\\ 1 COTTON 4.3JS.32 o 0 1091.07
"We looked better" Coach Rick our criminals to we can I WILLIAMS. 12,815.00 26* ,*!8850. 5 575.00
Stevens said of the freshman. "This \ '
take them off of
Draw Play was the best game they've played." doors. our from .. 0 All. 26 from outside ol District 25 **Docs not in lude Candidate own contributions
Tailback ErIe Laao takes a banded w' "
The ninth grade team, now with a
from QB Richie reader mm a draw record of 0-3,hosts North Marion for a7pm

play game la at Tuesday Bradford Bight's Hip aurtk-grade t. game next Tuesday night, Nov. lease do not turn your back on the opportunity: to be represented!


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Saints Kitchen's And Music Men Claim WinsThe I I It's Homecoming Week For Cowboys I I

Lawtey Saints, Kitchen' Tile Kitchen's 36- LWCl7 under pressure from Toby DillOw fora
and the first place Music Men tookwilla Coach Steve Thomas called Into safer y. Finally Raulerson flipped an18yaroer This Is the big week for the Bradford Cowboys Pop the crowning of the Homecoming Queens and Princesses
In Men's Flag Football games because to a diving Thomas In the Warner association- it's Homecoming Week, Oct. 27-31. taking place between games 2 and 3,approximately 12:45-1
played last Sunday. duty of a player shortage, endzone corner for the final KT score. I Activities planned Include a pep rally and ton fire Thursday p.m. Chicken dinners, including barbeque chicken, baked
three touchdown from
It was the Saints who the caught passes beans, cole slaw, bread and Ice tea,will be served all day,
rang up Jackson Prevail and the Kitchen's Prevatt had the game's only In night, a downtown parade Friday and a full day of
most points, winning 51-12 over theSweathogs defense terception. ballgames and Homecoming festivities Saturday, completed with cooking starting/ at 5:30 a.m. Saturday.
while the Music Men and kept LWCI under wraps In a Advance tickets for the chicken dinners ($3.50 for to
with the serving of barbequed chicken dinner and a
Kitchen's stayed at the top of the 36-7 KT win in Lawtey Sunday.KT Music Men 43.Hayes 12 dance. chicken,11.79 fore chicken) will be available all week durIng
the three
opened scoring with a
heap. Milton Baker for three First on the schedule: Is the preparation. Pop Warner practice sessions.A .
yard t Prevatt to Thomas pass and ran
parents are asked to come down to the Starke National Homecoming Dance from 7:30: p.m. to midnight at the
made it 14-0 at the half with a Prevatt touchdowns Including scampers of 50
Saints Sweathogs 12 to Gene Melvin toss covering five and 30 yards, to pace the undefeated Guard Armory this week to help work on floats for the Starke,National Guard Armory .will cap the day's activities -

yards. William Muse ,and Gene Music Men to a 45-12 win over Hayes parade.
Jeremiah Johnson threw four Raulerson caught the conversion Builders Saturday The pep rally and bon fire Is set for Thursday night,Oct.
touchdown passes and was on the 'The Music Men added TD's throughthe 30,after practice Westaide Field. Friday's activity startsat CdMdufo of Games Saturday ,
receiving end of another to spark the passes.Prevatt and Thomas hooked on air from Christy Chandler to Glen 4 p.m. with the parade starting at the Bradford Square f tM: ...... K y Saints by the Sweathogs Sunday. in another three yarder to open the up se- "Beaver" DeSue (twice) and Mike shopping center. It labeled the best Cowboy parade ever 111: 0 ...... KvyitoM. .*Jr. PM Wo
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cond half. Prevatt then hit Melvin for Chandler for the victory.
Johnson hit Cleo Johnson for two of a 22 yard TD and LWCI followed by Both of the Hayes scores came In Saturday Is a full day. Ballgames will be played at 9:30 4 p.m. Keystone ..Jr. Midget* :
the scores, threw to Alvaughn Goldenfor dropping the ball in the end ,zone the first half.. and 11:30 In the morning and 2 and 4 in the afternoon with (Homecoming Festivities 1 between Games 14 3))
another, and L. Robinson for yet
another. His score came from J.
Robinson. A. Hendrieth got the other .
two Lawtey scores, one on a run and ;
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Up With BollesBradford ..

High's JV Tornadoes,who I RA.( it 1I;
brought a 1-5 mark into a Wednesday ., .
night, Oct. 29, home game with L I :
Buchholz, will close out their season
Thursday, Nov. S, at home with the ,
Jacksonville Bolles School junior varsity I. MET us-- I I'i.I..i' j
Game time Is 7 p.m. I
The Baby Tornadoes, dropping In ,
numbers week took it the ur se,nasasess
every on +
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chin last week, falling 49-0 to a quick 1 .,:
bunch of Santa Fe JV Raiders. .
"We'd hold 'em for a couple of plays -- DURACELL
and then on third and eight we diet "AA"SIZE
Lanier Clyatt said of the big Santa Fe BATTERIES
Head JV Coach Rick Stevens added 8 grain,bottle of 10-oz..rosol,2 Diet or Regular 12-oz. 5-oz.gold deodorant 6-oz.solid assorted For radios, flashlights &,
that "At times we played real well. 1 types. LIMIT t bar soap. LIMIT 4 fragrances. LIMIT 2

We Crosby did everything running reverses, we had and Tommy John 29 .fi11'/ 9 40 W25g'

Bennett throwing the ball. We ran PAR$ 277 17,
every play we had. I told them lust to
have a good time and don't get hurt."

Secondary Coach Cole Childers said ,
safety Melvin Randies made a coupleof . .- .
touchdown-saving tackles and

passed out some "real good licks", NONSENSE HOUSEHOLD
and Stevens added that Stephen Spell,
Richie Fender,Vince Culverson,John i PANTYHOSE PLASTICWARE
Bennett, and Larry Long all played Cotton panel. Save on these sturdy plastic
good ballgames.JV 99'6' Assorted sizes' Items that you use every day.
a shades. .
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is out
quarterback Craig Sapp $1.39 e LAUNDRY.A.KIT1.II.Buahel .
for the year after suffering a broken
foot In practice. Doctors weren't able, DIAMOND WASTEBASKET
to set the foot with a cast and a .j--' ASSORTED 28-quart
stainless steel screw was put in SPONGES HEAVY DUTY PAIL
Craig's foot. He's been resting at It-quart
home since Saturday. Y / f\n Synthetic type,. S/ 1S.QT.UTILITY TUB
Asked who will be the quarterbackfor 1 311 \J y a assorted sizes.O colors REQ. $2.99
the balance of the Stevens
season REG. 49< EA. lr+ YOU I
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Week story) and the rush wasn't thereon SNACKASTORE
the TD. "Kenny's Injury hurt us, TABLEtm
we needed more pressure on the m Durable plastic, f\\
quarterback on that drive," Defensive DRISTANJBLETS OLD SPICE colors. ADHESIVEBonds
Front Coach Jimmy Thomaswon'the'a.atlltl.al Storeseompectbright most sur-
STICK DEODORANT ..J facealnsecondss .
agreed.fv ? t. ly. REQ. $2.49 sse
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The CWts : battle ..._.,. ,
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tooreemtttg-up with 268 yards total offense .v. '3
to Bradford's 149.MMJjytjMrJqn MIRROR GRAPHICS
,which drove67 yards*. ;!! IT 1 99'... G 'PICTURES COLLEGE RULENOTEBOOK
ferTneopening! kickoff only to come liI: :
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i >When Bruce' ,,
ejawyMranded' \'Il'566A..orl.d& 100 ruled _
iltberg and Kevin Reddish of BHS
jilted a 4th-and-goal running attempt FABERGE Ire .i 79. sheets. =...
a 3 the one, did score on their second ORGANICS ;RV 4-POUNDS .! 1. REQ. $1.59, .!-
session, but it didn't take a drive SHAMPOO i EPSOM SALT 7 -
homore Carlton Wilkerson, who Granules. .'RUBBERMAID
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y got 43 of 1 then>' nd... TD on a i I iii 79t5oz.bottle.! 89. I I ./ Choose'from Ironing or- CABLES
c back run off tjwveJr, p play'that J dd I. i broom/mop 11
aged BHS all night. The.scoreclpitated "- ot. 4, 1, holder, grocery bag Heavy booster duty cables.
another fireworks ,. holderCLEAN. J 549 Copper clips t
d play and, to borrow a'line from S. UP CADDY : ; REQ. $8.19i
",John David Francis, SCHICK PLUS, 11. EFFERDENT 1'81. Tote for youit clean-
f{ h SftuIke cleared North PLATINUM i.-ll TABLETS lngalds.
) Ape tCwiU the conversion Double edge razor I 60 tablets. 'tt WRA a SAG D AIWA 401
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Marion marched another 43 I' 1"I1II'iG.S4.79 wrapping VI Metal gears A s
y f ds on Its third possession, getting P9729 I YOUIt I 9 spring loaded
a,first down on a 14 yard keeper byJ a Ut .CNOICt 299 drag. Matching
.lies and another when BUS tried to rod.REG.$10.6, rtVIP
block a punt with 12 men on the field.
Toe drive finally stalled at the Tor-

nado .34 but Manna cornered. BHS ." s
back at its five with his punt. PRO DRY- LLOYD'S PRESTO 750/1500 WATTCURLING
The Tornadoes came up with their BRUSH ELECTRIC
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Keepers Bill Coodge eight got tBHS out to f cord.REQ. $9.99 No. VPHCB I Clock.No J237 REQ.$49! !99 ;Z-ZQ: heat controls A safety tlpover

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Marion did nothing against a Kenny 4288
Wright-led defense and the first half 3488
ended with BHS down a touchdown.
Goodge erased that sevenpointlead I TOASTER/ 'e.I)1I, GENERAL ELECTRIC r
in a hurry with his. 60 yard BROILER OVEN 'Jl I t SUPERBELL i
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behind blockers ran 29 yards to the KEYSTONE )XR-33
Colt 12 but a clipping penalty,one that COUNTRYCHARM
Hurse said looked "marginal" on POCKETCAMERAExtended BLANKET. J
film, stepped BHS all the way back to HAMILTON BEACH ..ngecapability. 72"x 90".Assorted _
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fumbled an ra REQ. $1299 6nn, REQ. .99
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name under the provt- his wife. Defendants.Case Legals ANDERSON deceased. BARRED
TO REGISTER alone of aforesaid No BO-3S6.: File Number76.406CP(1.2560) Dale of the first School Lunch Menussouinsiae .

FICTITIOUS statute. NOTICE ( Is publication of this
NAME Dated this 7th day ol OF ACTIONTO pending ,In the CircuitCout Notice of Administration '' .. U.
plaint. siame i-awiey! Wednesday, rov. a; Hamburger
October, A.D. 1980 In DEFENDANTS: LARRYP. WITNESS my hand and for BRADFORD October 16. I960.William mashed mixed I
Pursuant to Section Bradford County- 10/9 EDWARDS and seal of this Court on October County Florida Probate /./ Baker and Hampton Brooker Elemen- gravy, potatoes biscuits, and

863.09 Florida Statutes, 4tchg 10/30. KATHLEEN Pi EDWARDS, 2, 1900.Gilbert Division the address William Baker, Jr., As tary and Bradford Middle vegetables milk. banana, ,
notice It hereby given his ..If. '".0. Box 641. S. Brown A* of which Is Bradford Co-Personal Representatives Schools
that the undersigned' Waukomls. Oklahoma Clerk of the Court, By County Courthouse of the Estate of ) Thursday Nov. 6: Barbecue on bun,
CECELIA TERWILLEGARAND IN THE CIRCUIT 73773: and all others who Bwilah Moody. Deputy N.t Temple/ Andrew Anderson Monday, Nov. 3i Fish French fries, green beans carrot stix,pineapple

ALBERT COURT. BRADFORD may be concerned. Clerk.' Avenue, Starke, Deceased. garden .salad applesauce, cheese tidbits, applesauce, and milk.

LONGCHAMP. P.O. Box COUNTY. FLORIDA. YOU ARE HEREBY 10/9 4tchg 1030IN Florida 31091 I. The cor ATTORNEY FOR PER. rolls and milk. Friday Nov.: Macaroni cheese,

1234, Stark, Fl 3201 STOCKTON.WHATLEY. NOTIFIED mat an actionto personal'" representative SONAL REPRESEN. Tuesday, Nov.4: Chill, crackers, cabbage bologna cup, turnip greens, fruit

joint owners, doing DAVIN Florida A foreclose a mortgage THE CIRCUIT COURT of'the estate Is TATIVE J.J. WOLBERT slaw' pear half cinnamon cup, cornbread, and milk.
business am BRADFORD COMPANY a on the following properly OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL WILLIAM BAKER AND swirl bread and milk.
VILLAS Bestent Rd., corporation Plaintiff vs In Bradford County CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WILLIAM BAKER JR., JR. P.O. BOX IOBA.
LARRY F. EDWARDS and whose address Is P.O. Starke, Florida 32091. '
Storko FI MOOl InlondL- Florida: BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford ;
: FLORIDA. Box 1086 Starke. Telephone ((904)) High School ii
A parcel of land lying Florida 32091. The 9A4-3200.
In the Southeast H of 10/164tch.11I6.
name and address of
Southeast Vi of Section Can No. 80395. Lunch Menu
24. Township 6 South. In re: The Marriage of the personal representative's ..
444444443Jolpn Range 22 East Bradford HERBERT NORFLEET, attorney ore set IN THE CIRCUIT COURT REGULAR--! --- -- AL-A-CAKTIS

County. Florida; said Petitioner, Husband. vs forth All below: having OF THE EIGHTH Monday. Nov. 3: Sausage, rice & Monday Nov. 3: Hamburgers, pizza t
parcel being more particularly NORFLEET. claims or .demandsagainst tomato gravy, turnip greens, applesauce French fries, milkshakes .
Respondent Wife. AND FOR BRADFORD
described as cake, cornbread, and orange Juice.
follows: ACTIONTO required, WITHIN milk. Tuesday Nov. 4i Cheeseburgers, pizza -
Commence at thosh.t Tuesday. Nov. 4: Chill tossed salad French fries milkshakes.
: Roberta Norfleal. Rt. THREE MONTHS FROM Case No. 80-409-CA. ,
corner ol said 2. Bon US Hop Mills, THI DATE OP THE FIRST In re: The Marriage of cheese toast, mixer fruit cookie, Wednesday Nov. 5: Corndogs, Ham
": iE.: GloverBranch ( Section 24 and run NorthO37'JO"
and milk
the NC 28348. PUBLICATION. THIS LONNIE OLIVE. Husband burgers Cheeseburgers orange
"" Office 'West boundary along YOU ARE NOTIFIED NOTICE to file with the vsHEUEN OLIVE Wednesday! Nov. 5: Hamburger juice and milkshakes.

: Easterly 938.44 feet that an action for clerk of the above courta Wife. gravy,. rice, green beans, peach Thursday. Nov. I: Hamburgers, Pizza
rr Reg. Reel Estate Broker thence thereof.South STIO'SO"; Dissolution' of marriage written statement of NOTICEOF half butterscotch squares, hot French fries, milkshakes.

14, ISO W.Cell St. West, 100.16 feet to an hoe been filed and you any' claim or demand ACTIONTO rolls, and milk. Friday. Nov.7: Cheeseburgers fries,

StarksL "Iron stake for POINT OF are required to serve a they may have. Each' : Mellon Olive, c/o Thursday, Nov. ti. Fried chicken hamburgers, French ,
r a 9645527DUPLEX BEGINNING. copy of wlIlond.f.n. claim must I be In Jim Black.rCo. mashed potatoes & gravy English milkshakes.

From POINT OF s.., I Many, to It, on writing and must Indicate Mobile Home Park peas, biscuit w/butter banana
BEGINNING thus the petitioner's attorney the basis for the 622S Wilkinson Blvd. cake, and milk.

f*?* /$39.5OO described continue whose .name and address claim the name and Charlotte NC 28200. Friday.Nov.7: Tuna salad on lettuce ;;' ;j.i-

.2 BR. 1 Bo,LR.Kit..on each side,brick landscaped yard South e310'SO"" Wast. Is MACK S. FUTCH. address of the creditoror YOU ARE NOTIFIED crackers, buttered corn, pear half,
100 feet to an Iron stake: P.O. BOX 1086 STARKE his agent or attorney that an action for cookie, and milk. '
NEW LISTINGS thence North 6'52'7" FLORIDA 33091, on or and the amount Dissolution' of marriagehas
.Beautiful wooded corner lot SRIOO-CR2M North. West 214.85 feet to an before November 13 claimed. .If the claim Is ben filed and you Bradford County
Large frame house, 4 bedr 2 bath apt. en side 2B.SOO Iron stake located on the 1980. and file the not yet due i the date are required to serve a
owner financed.S Southerly boundary of original with the clerk of when. It will become copy of your written Public LibraryBooks I

stores, downtown Storks, ranted .?..01>>, 29% down the right of way of State this Court before serviceon due shall be slated. If defenses, If any to It.
own. fin. Road 16: thence In on Petitioners attorneyor the claim Is contingentor on the petitioners attorney That Answer Questions

Slock' building on :Ml North. Great business location. Easterly'direction along Immediately unliquidated the. whose name Can you tell me the name and ad- If you know the products trade
and address
of MACK S.
-3 BR. 1 Ba, Greenhauie. Zoned Commercial. sold Southerly boundaryand thereafter; otherwise a nature the uncertainty dress of a company in Columbus,Ohio name but not the company who
shall be staled. If the FUTCH P.O. BOX 1086.
along the arc of a ludgment will be enteredfor that manufactures instrument bear- makes it, this register lists over
Special claim /Is secured thesecurity STARKE FLORIDA
to the the relief demandedIn
curve concave 100.000 trademarks and brand namesanti
be 32091 before, ings?
shall on or
Beautiful corner lot at Country Club. First time en I South radius 17,13391 and having feet a WITNESS the petition hand and described. The claimant / November 21, 1980, Where would I locate the name and the companies who own them,
market. my address of that make complete with address. .
a dlstanca ol 123.3 feet the leal l of this Court on shall deliver luffffl- and file the original companies
-2 Trailer Parks. I II measured October 6, 1980. cl.nt copies of the with the clerk of this agricultural belting? Also Thomas Register Includes
trailer park, 11 trailers Approx. 6 ..,... Fenced. as chord having a along bearingof a Gilbert S. Brown As claim to the clerk to Court either before service Do you know the name of a com over 6,000 pages from manufacturers'

-I trailer park, 11 trailers 2 BR frame house, barn, ap North 53'39'49" East Clerk of the Court. By: enable' the clerk to mall on Petitioners attorney pany and need its' address or catalogs from more than 1,000 com

pro*. 22 acres, fenced pesturelond. LARGE down. pay to a concrete monument; Marian McRo. as Deputy one copy to each personal or Immediately telephone number? The Bradford panies.Come.
ment. Owner will finance balence. thence South 038'IO" Clerk. representative. thereafter:: otherwise a County Public Library may be able to on In and use one of the most

W.Handle. Rentals or East 21S.06wf..t to 10/16 4tcha 11/6. All persons InterestedIn judgment will be help you find this Information and complete specifying and buying
POINT OF BEGINNING.has the estate to whom a entered for the relief more in the new book arrival of guides available at the public library
.I BR turn apartment. SIIOj >2 BR unfum. apt. SlOOj been filed1 againstyou IN THE CIRCUIT COURT copy of this Notice of demanded In the peti Thomas .Register.' Thomas Register in Starke.

Salesman owner. and you d,.requiredto FOR BRADFORD COUN Administration/ has tion. contains every known source for The Bradford County Public
I'I TY. FLORIDA. PROBATE been moiled or. ,.. WITNESS my hand and will be October
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY serve a copy of your nearly 55,00 products and services Library closed 7 for
01 1 warehouse en US 301. Air cand. offices. Great lace I written defenses. If any DIVISION. File NO. quired. WITHIN THREE the seal of this Court on More than 109.000 U.S.manufacturerswith ,Election Day. The library will only be
76.406 CP.((1.2560)). MONTHS FROM THE October 15. 1980.
tion. to It on EDGAR W. MC- complete addresses phone for voting purposes as Precinct
I Tackle and Bait business large 'Inventory. CURRY JII..l'lal..IIH'.ol- ANDERSON PUBLICATION OF THIS Clerk of the Court, By: numbers, and asset rating are Included.
One city block In downtown Starke. |just waiting far the torney who. addressIs Deceased. NOTICE to file any objections Marlon McRoe as I

right builnesi. Great opportunity for downtown mall. 2626 Independent NOTICE OF they may have Deputy Clerk.
.I 'large warehouse, epprox. 6.000 so,.ft. Needs roof and Square, Jacksonville, ADMINISTRATIONTO that challenges the 10/16 4tchg 11/6.
Hal Hear and standing walls. Florida' 32202. on or
repairs. ALL PERSONS HAVING validity of I the decedent'
before November 10
Income Properly Will Pay Far Itself 1980 and file. the DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE qualifications of the
with the Clerk of
01 1 small apartment complex.' Handymen's original this Court either before ABOVE, ESTATE personal representative Classified
special I-Salesman owner-4 rental units possibly. S. Plaintiff's AND All OTHER PER or the venue or !
.1 small frame house. service on attorney / SONS INTERESTED IN jurisdiction'' of the
Immediately Ads
-I 1 large frame house. Needs repolrs.-Satesman ownar.Reildente thereafter otherwise a THE ESTATE Court. ;I -
; I
or 4 apartments ((4 In. 4 BA). default will be entered YOU ARE HEREBY All CLAIMS.

.mercial.I 2 BR Salesman frame house.owner.Apartment on side. Zoned com against demanded you In for the the relief Com- NOTIFIED that of the the administration DEMANDS NOT AND SO OBJECTIONS FIL I Get Results iifrWiU! ttr.

Please call ui to list your property.

John I.Glover .1 '. J REALTY
te '
Reg .Real Estate Broker. t'L

tu Green Sqnrf orl _Associate *
_I" .' .t ; -: .: ;-y.: : '. ,"I fi;*J.B\'f-fra.4' .
,. J I t'PHONE 964177A"a
Roberts 7 : $A

TEnwiutGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke I

REALTOR' >." ,
Real Estate Wayne Douglas' Broker-Salesman.

a T..phon..9W.6SU'

08e Temple registered collective
membership mark FRULKNER Hi ( oy.":;,

CEORCI ROBIRTS- Broker which may be used only t FLQRtUUU ,'.L: /
ASSOCIATES by profes- ) ,

Weekends. and Evenings' Call sionals who are R HAITI nisi aravrwl I .J- .
Richard Roberts members of the loon iwilrvo -- d= =-
-'U-SSM Judith Flynn-44-S3M NAPhone964.17osa \
Ann Godwin 'W.5IS9 TIONAL ASSOCIATION AVerlue li 03 sell v.<* be ", I ;
Patsy Sllco 44-4S7 33 N. Temple 1 rr. 3I '!
Norman H.dding-964.7620 Kay Waters 44-441 OF REALTORS and 221 Lefeyefte St.Across from Wishbone ., :
John *.Smith444217 subscribe to its strict Income producing prxrpirty "n" bra lit! 0 I I aryial s

HOMES-STARKE Code of Ethics. with 3 ..1100'" home'-W; J. :, REALTORS ( Office_.Par Kent .,:,!7 "" lr 101
3BR, 28. brick nice lot-104 Lafoy..... I. .. .
acre of land.mortgage. I}.sYT11PJ5, n.o'u ">e.J J- 1 .rl O'''Vta
3BR. 18. Block' Fenced 42S Pinewood Dr. .'013"0' ni j ..011 10 ",""", .yOU To 2. allflcad- Bradford. Villa Homes.......,t Road!!. St ark..'fta'"a'r j {: >es d?
03... I'/... Block nice 1320 Searing St. "fete- a' E".R.h .beoutiful'saclrre' maintenance. free life jsryej..c4! 4frrsa,1';;;}:J

Small home, ,.n'allnvOltm.nt. 'law price-Cherry' St. 10 acres, with P'bkj.'b4; ; if :! V'OTE 2% S.#,110! LOOP. comfort end quality describe. the 2 BR I'/. B bricktevmhouses

"frame home, n.,.. clean I neat-Pratt St. blueberry bush>","ba/1 w,.; f.e rfnus Jdu.I IX .'sib'\$*$ which feature e Great reanv, IsfflclenPftlt-:
Frame home
goad location. 2SR,2B-Park Place and horse mallno3j eaus .. chen and clasete galore.; Vour hdmeVan t4'cu:? rn1Jed1oasuit
large frame ha",.. I Ig. yard S Flreplaces-S.' Water St. / bedroom house..r' d Aw.IIH vnbholJtI.' Keep .3 BR 2 la, C/B house. very large outside' building, Be.. your' indivl,, uality'I i:" your' J'aom.I'n'/' l 'coVoV

'4 SR. 3/. large, screened rec. room-Searing' St. ''I ni 0 d ( I'd 1. 'l"'J"'to
OUT.OP-TOW N HOMES OWNER MOVING"hieeVM .." .3 B* \'/ Be. C/. house, large lot. Orange Street. '" '" st'fttu 1"rcco

.'4BR, IB frame, large lot, Lak. Butlar.3SR. Omtu sell 4 bedroom IVi bath "Of'TrtA} People! .2 or 3 BR I Be laura St. garden. spot house completely. Were People' Touch With Poop' <">l.""flf

IB Con. Elk. In town lawtey.2SR. home on acre, v.."h"r>wlttrees. )Ii8' ThePeople' and .mado/eel. ;/
IB, Stucco appro 7 acres-SR10o1. m 21 Has 'lots of aWf( s'. ,fit*loi 'eonPordTt9e 11" / -3 B* 2 Ba Central'H/A lays porch. rec.room on I acre SPECIALS

.3SR. 2B, Stucco Fireplace-301 South. ; /pr( I f ij>*.as area, People In City. .143 Ac. lawtey area formerly' "..r. Skin Lodge" S40,000 I

'2BR. IB, Frame 'fares patio SRI2S Wait I-6S acre, s.n.tiY.Jro, ors,. 0' .,rUrH1.J133oe .3 SR I Sa. 4 acres beautiful ....... Eli Ac. Brawnlee Rd. Col. home barn stream-S44.SOO.
'large 'lot. 2 mobile homes-Sempson lake Rd.. SHOWCASE with small amount downpn", > aoxeldos. .3 BR I Be). large beautiful. Groan Acres. Terms. Beautiful take Geneva 300' beech. 4 homes-Own.fln.

"Frame. 4 5R,1 B. nice workshop, over 4A-Hampton. PRDPERTIESJNC.trnnf els n .2 story Putch house, next to ,Ia. Peel Control can be .407 Milton Terraceneorly'new-n.any 'ra.$31.ooo..

Beautiful 4 BR.2B brick. opt. 10A-W. of Lawtey. "o'lB' home or some typo communist, nice some lot. .404 N. Cherry 2 taiga nicely turn. apts.-Owner fin.

Double. garage. 211,1 yrs. C Black 01'.. 3A. SR I4W.Brick. Realtor Vernle Orfom. Broken. .j.i ,I". nl Cottage with 2J9" frontage an beautiful Block. Creek, _20 acres, Rd. 100W S 7.9. Owner flnenced.

31111. 2B garage, apx. 1V.A.-SR 1001. GRI. Phone 9 4-M7t.oIlo1 vde Mlddlebwg.... > f> PREFERRED PROPERTIES' .,
'Frame. S B.. IB. lg.outbldg.apii. 4% A.-Stern Rd. Box 133d Pearl Andrews 944-7739 ''' '''1)11'I '' ,( r ,"s

New Cypress home, 21*:,IB. 10A.Off Bayless Hwy. I Keystone Hats 32698 3.a. os Home a 3 acres In Brooder SSI.eOO >' _' w. ,
n..o "
Iq/ .
2-Story Classic antebellum, I acre S34.00O.' o'
'21. IS. IR, FR. kltchen-dlnlng-Crystal Lake A. .
473-4903 "" '" .Prm home, pool house. S43.0OO.
.., workshop guest
FP. 3tR 2.. Brick-Country Club .,_. pecan ""' "
'Large, apI" .... SA.. 3BR. 28 S.R. lOOi o30Vt ecree with vary ""' J BBJ ''/* both (nick veneer *CB .ranch.. Rd 1001. MS,000.

.3 BR. 18. LR. OR. apx. I acre let-S.*. 1001. KEYSTONE ARIA ::SlroulRealty. home, variety of fruit ET: nut'reee,..geed. pastura. 2 small e 1241 Johns Drlv., swimming pool ,hlrtl...
4 .N_ brick 3 BR. 2B, 1400 ft. CHS A. In .
"Brick home, approi. 32 acres S.*. 121. BRADFORD COUNTY Y "'m.. -*( <\ so. city.Home
I wkshp-Rd.lOOW 3 BR CrUA FP. patio 3500.

ACREAGE lake \ ;J ulbuhtbiftso i .IIS M'115 tat Wetlmerelend 't., nice ...... Neerly new 3 BR 1% laths, Parkwoad Sub.S33.400.
MH In Perk
''7 acres. 2 trailer hook-ups Crosby take Shores. Sunrise We have .beautiful building., lots In City. *414 W. Adklns frame 4BR 1MB SI3OO Owner fin.
lake lot Sampson lake.'Approximately access, fenced 950000. Sterke'FL$2091 amp; a Ave. lend froms acre up to 420 acres. .404 W. Adklns.. House I SO x 100' lot '".500.

-' S acres In lawtey Area .Merion BO nice .Crystal' take Home 3BR !'/iB CrUA fireplace S4S.OOO.
County acres.
Bradford. 944-831
Homeiltes In
./. acres on Feriyth Rd.. *3 BR 2B Ranch CHaA 12A for garden.ad.22S-S43.SOO.
.Beautiful A with 490 trees, 4 well.2
beach acres septic
lake. 94.000. 4 ROOM HOMI ON LANE BROOKLYN nice sandy pecan
-* acres-Oil SR233.a County near
.125 old, heme(2f( ft.). Hampton a 3 Ac-WS.SOO.
yr sq.
W same furniture. S3i,500. tanks 2 fish ponds fenced a cress fenced. nle.pa.tu. .
-/ acre Mobile Home lot Woodland Acres. frontage f: .. ...... Terms. 6 lestweed Drive BR 2 B-Cosy a convonlent.l4J.tOO..
Beautiful 10 acres-Country Club or... It acres In Bradford. Furnished MH en IVi Acres 20000. Neat
One cleared IOO frontage, on Hall L.)"., paved
Nice lot County. HMO per acre.Leke acre
Country Club.BUSINESS .'mollbull"I. In good location an Washington St. for .3 BR home a 1 acre Wilson Rd. I4.SOO.
road rents property SI3.500, terms. :> < .
.UI W. Adklns 2 BR. carport fenced ....000.
AND business.
INVESTMENTS lot Keystone ..... some type
".QOO sq. H. building w/apprex. 9 acr..-S.30I.: $500 and ue. Please call an us far other properties. Apartment, .beauty shop.barber shop building fersala BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
i or could' .be changed la another type .business, near Holiday .7SO W. Madison. former Mobil, sta-S29.0OO.

Inn. Terms. .4I" S. Walnut New, large, ..arohau.112.5OO.
.440 franteg en Hwy 301 N. with large C/. building 0 t r Greet property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Pln.

r/QAd 9 '(
< U' n/l Very versatile building. .7000 ....ft. CO .bldg. en Rd. 141 Owner fin.
310 W. Call Sr.
;; Homecemmer.) a cortege on Madison St. Owner fin.

HIAITOR (Cor. US 301 A Call St.) L __ t '.12.* acres with II x *4 MX Wont of Sterke.HemptonLot .$ICIO ma. Income four, furn. ,.n'al.-Call&' say SS.OOO

Offices 713031 I Home 7E2-3BM 964-8788 ANYTIME C A -'. with 12 x 4S MH .large patla. T_.. Large apt. complex.. :301, good cash (flow, own fin.
Financing' Speclellsts L R I\ :"% acre with 12 x 60 MH with. built en. dining room and. ACREAGE

Band Program Conventional' leans Owner Financing 0 MONDAY-FRIDAY R.5 p.m. SATURDAY '.12 q OII 'screen perch. Control H/A. only I2.SOO.O. 4.7.Acres Rd. 330A a W/lion/' Rd.If 1.700.

mHA WA PHA 203b). 203V), 23S. 24S e Exchanges Evenings/ and Sundays by appointment .Dan't miss, IAIs, 12 a 65 MH on 'Ao acre nicely IolMIacopod .44 Acres Ifempren 140.MX tnteresr-Owner fin.

Ralph ,.. Bryan REALTOR yard with family room, screen pe>..... consort utility .M acres-'01. 100-owner will Finance
I 964-5231 room built... also bee motel utility building net elleched.Partially .13 ..... 301 a Morgan Rd. Owner finance S3.BOO.
fvmlihed. fll.SOO.M. ...." acres arms loop Mmber.
IAn -own. S10.300.
Wilderness. Homes Old homes. new homes. forma and ........, business Waterfront .
adventure Into rustic We make I ,., acres near PVesfeyl.Church a hospital'-make off@,.
elegance. .leg and Industrial.It... 2 bedroom: 2 both mobile .Approximately 3 acres el very nice lend with single/ wide
home dreams ....,. ., I
e I home, 100' frontage on MHi Son IV Ba. with 4 eddlHenal.. reenta. have been tOTS FOR INVESTMENT
See Claislflads, for mare Informetlen. *. OAYORMtOHTH .7 Trailer .lets Brawnlee Rd.,20. % dn.per .
CALLUS AT*e4-S7 e-AMY-TIM Crosby Lake'. Canal' started as addlHen.I .. acre S4.000.

ASSOCIATES-AFTER HOURS ...500.LIIII.n acre with 12 x M MH I open perch ft I screen. perch .1..15CI' commercial en :301-owner fl... S33.000.
Country Club. lot 110'nlc.. locotlen
Several' existing homes an lots and In lewteyend C. Pearson Vlckl'Powell Seven Acres ((7 Acres) built en. $12.500.00..Kingsley -SIO.OOO.
acreage Oaks' lot 12.. trees '
Hampton owner financed
weH. 17
Sterke. 0 with S bedroom 1 M bath Lake area IVi ace. wife septic tank t BOO'
BrokerSalesmanOffice. I Associate9e4sS43 mobile home, lewtey area REDUCED. .Busy Cell a Water It. lot 111' x BV Owner fin. tl*.'BOO'
Manager Cell ft.cemmerclal lot low x ltO' Owner fin .900.
Before making your final decision' cell .... 44-S3IS 114.000.
loosen M.PaulknerRSAlTOR4IOM Reeltor Associates-After Hours

Ii..lleeldl.h, NovlsWoniRrokerSolesman Retirement Home Irene 1.I'.u..ItlALTOI.ASIOCtATI..2. >Cord _..- .... _443140yranTerwIllegar
The best' 'Investment on earth,Is the earth ffieif"
Vernon ReddishAssociates 2 .bedroom. I bath block Lucille Connor Spry-BROKEBJ SAlESMAr4-s>M4M ,44-7774 Martha! Derke 7B2-337
301 North Trail Motel lewtey 447454 I home In Stark I 500. Sandra W.eddish.. ,SAlEiMAN-44M203 Anna Terwllleger Nelson' ,47..Ian Sally Kllllan.440-225f
Ann W. .,..k., Associate .IIW......... 964- 223 e -".'0 Jemes.. Reddish SAIESMAM.432O] $



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I .tr<: ""f.. :. .. ','! ". .. except that any outstanding obligation: previously' Seemed pledging)
under aid Article IX Section 1*. nay bo refunded ata
TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 1980 ,' CONSTITUTICNAl AMENtMZNTARXIOE.VI '. lower nee average net interest: cost: rat by the Issuance of funding

NOTICE OF ELECTION I.SECTION 14 .bond. maturing. noiTTater than the obligations refunded cured by the
.ano revenue a and any other Security Authorized in paragraph U) of this
(!o< subsection.

WHEREAS, Th. Legislature under the Constitution. of the State of Florida. posted .. i : ':' ,' .' '
Joint Resolutions proposing amendments! the Constitution of the Slat of Florida : (4)) Subject to the reeuliomenta' po.nph' ((3) of this subsectionand
and did after payment of administrative expansee, the second gas tea* aha 11
they determine and direct that the Hid Joint Resolutions be submitted thalion10"
to bo allocated: to the account of each of the aeveral count: to* in the
of the State ol Florida. of the Special Election to be held on November. amount to b* determined aa follow There shall bo an initial:
I TOW. I.:': ,. 45)45/ fourth in the: ratio of the total
NOW THEREFORE l : county: population to: the total:
GEORGE FIRESTONE. Secretory of Slot of the State of population'of the state: in accordance with the latest available federal
Florida. do hereby give notice that a Special Election will be held In each County In SBCTIOal 14. Bonds for pollution control end abatement: end other waterfacilities. census, and one-haIf in the ratio of the total **cond gas ta." collected

Florida on November 4. I78O far the ratification or rejection of the Joint Retolu-. .- on retail sales or use in each county to the total collected in all
lion amendments counties of the state: during the: previous fiscal If the
proposing to the Constitution of the of year annual
> Slot Florida; viOl: .J :) When sathorlsed" by law. state bond pledging the full faith and debt ..."te. requirements: of any obligation iud" for any county
of the stets may be issued without aa election to finance the including any deficiencies for prior y..... secured under paragraph II) a.
construction off sir end water pollution control: end abatement and solid of this subsection exceeds' the amount which would be allocated to that: .
NO. 1CONSTI7UTIONAL waste dispose faef llaie. and ether water facilities"" authorised...by county under the: formula eat out in this paragraph the: amount Allocated"
general law 'herein referred to ae "fecilltiee'l to, be operated by any to Other counties shall be reduced. proportionately
municipality: county. district or authority, or any agency thereof
(herein referred to ae 'local governmental .,onel..'), or by any agencyof (CS) Fund allocated" under paragraph (1) and (Ml af this ffbsectlon
the state of no114such bonds ehsll be secured of and shall be administered
.' by a pledge' by the state board of administration created under
AMENESIENrARTICLE / shall be payable primarily froaS. all or any pert of revenues to be derived aid Article: IX. Section 14, of the Constitution: of 1985 as amended, and
II SECTION 5 AND from operation: of such facilitlee. asocial assessments rental to: be which i* continued aa a body corporate for the: lifo of this: subsection
received under leeea-purcheeo agreements herein provided for. any other 9c) The board shall remit the proceed. of the: '..cond >gas ta-t" In each
ARTICLE XI, SECTIONS 2 AND\ 5 revenues that may be legally available for such purpose. Including county: account. for use in said county aa follower o1bty..r cent to the
revenues fro ether faeilitiee. Clr any combination thereof: (hereinCollectively state agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent: to the
referred" to ee "pledged .revenuee" and shall be
governing body of the: county. The percentage located to the
BICTIOM S. Public off leer.a ..- additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the state of be increaaad by general I.... The proceeds of 'the "..co.4 county gas ta may.'

Florida. subject to allocation to the several counties under this' paragraph (15)
( ) No person holding any office of ,.lament under any foreign hall bo used first, for the payment of obligation pledging revenue
government, ot Civil office of eeoluient under the United states or any BB IT rUHTHEB RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirements of allocated pursuant to: Article IX. Section 14, of the: Constitution of
other itete, shall hold any office of honor or of emolument under the ....Uon 101. lei* Florida Statutes the substance of the amendment 1009. ao attended, and any refunding* thereof eeoond for the paynent of
government of this ataee. wo person shall hold et the some time more proposed] herein shall oppose on the. ballot es follows debt service on bond issued a* provided by this Paragraph 151 to finance
then one office under the government of the state and the counties and th* acquisition and construction of roads a* defined by law and third.
unteipalltiee therein, aiicspt that a notary public or unitary officer Proposing an amendment to Beetle 14 of Article VII of the State for the acquisition and construction of reads and for road r.alnt ..r.'hr. as
way hold another office, and any -officer ..y be e member of a'eene Constitution 'to allow the issuance ...It. bonds tat water facilities a* authorized bX law. when authorized by law state\x>n ,*..*....-.,......-....i.seisni constitutional. convention or atatutory authorized) by general law. TiTfR. cfci..JU-of the state ray be issued without any election li) to

body having only advisory powers. refund obligations secured by any portionoff< the "'."0'." fh* tax"
m.s allocated to a county under Article IX Section I.. of the Constitution
Ib) Each state and county officer before entering upon the duties of of leas, aa amendedii) to finance the acquisition and construction of
the atftrs office, hU give bond ** required" by low* and shall swear or road in a county when approved by the governing 'bo.l'y of the county and
ccNsmuriOMAi AMENDMENTARTICIE the state: agency supervising the state road system, and HI) to refund
XII SECTION; 9 obligation secured by any portion of the "second allocated
1 do solemnly wear Cot attics) that I will supports protect and act' under paragraph ( )( ) No SJCH bonds shall b* 1'd': unless a stat
defend the Constitution and Oov.r...., of the United States and of the 1/(' fiscal agency created by law has mad a determination that in no stite
State of Florida the I am duly qualified. to hold office under the ., fiscal year will the debt service requirement of the bond and all other
Constitution of the stater and hat I will well and faithfully perform < bond secured by the pledged portion of the "..eonl!! pee tax* allocated to
the duties of... "(tltl. 'f offh.".. on which I ..'n... about. to .ntu. the county exceed seventy-five per cent ef the pledged portion: of the
So help me God. second gas tas" allocated to that county for the preceding ....* floral '
year ef tho pledged net toll from. existing facilities collected in the
and thereafter shall devote ptrsonal attention to the duties. of the SECTION. _..- preceding state fiscal year, and of the annual average not toll
office, and continue In office until his successor qualifies.cl .
anticipated during the first five state fiscal years of operation of now
( The powers*. duties), compensation and Method of payment of state (a) ADDITIONAL CSCUMTIM. project to be financed' andof! "regally: ..w4-Us"1e jltdgodrey
end county officers shall be fixed by 10... w en uo a col I ee ted i n th*__a 'pr ec aOw"'.t at o f>sc a u--f .. HKanaoTs u3
ID Article XX,' section 17. of the Constitution of KBS. es *emended' pursuant, to this subsection .h.U-iii"payable primarily o the pledged
ARTICLE XIARNp1ENTE as it existed Imm art lately before this Constitution ae revised in 196B. toll... and -the pledged portions of the second gas tons allocated to that
became effective: ie adopted by'thie reference ee a part: of this revision county and any other pledged' revenue.andl_ shall _mature not late then
.55t6CN-2e--Rev4efen-sesess4.nv-- ae completely: as though incorporated] herein verbatim accept revenue forty Pare fTom the date isiuanca.. ----

bonds, revenue certificates or other evidence of indebtedness hereafter
4er---*>tthin--khtr, -.* .-..,..-,,,.-.. ...,,....'-..-. .-.......-**..*.. issued thereunder nay be issued. by the agency of the state *o authorized: ..-.b.--.h.-'h-y.---.h.----.b'.h by Isw.
this, --.o---.h-.h-y.-."... (IU Article XXX Section 9, Subsection (d) of this constitution, as
."...-..-......*."."-.-.."...ftetsit-re....*,,-.*....*.*"-. .....,--..--. (2) That portion of Article XII. section 9, Subjection (a) of this amended. l""l"h. by reference adopted Article XII. Section 1.. of the
fes<.......-y-**...,,-.*.....* Constitution e* amended, which by reference adopted Article XII. Section'i Constitution of 1089 aa amended) e* the earn existed. immediately before
1* of the Constitution of 1B8S. ee emended. ae the same. existed" the effective dateof this amendment i* adopted by this reference aa part
<..--.".-.*.eritey-oiiare-as'-kke-eke.er immediately before the effective date of this amendment I* adopted" by of this amendment aa completely a* though incorporated herein verbatim,
this reference .. park of this revision e* completely: a* though: for the purpose of providing that after the effective date of this
(..*..,,-.......-....****-. -' .-..**....*. incorporated herein verbatim: for the purpose of providing that after: the: amendment the first proceed of the revenue* derived! from the: licensing
effective date of this amendment ell of the proeeeda ef the revenues of motor vehicles as referred to: therein shall be distributed: annually
-4*>-.--"....---......eeleke4--ey'---."*--.......--..--.".--".....-*e. derived from the gross receipts sexes, .. therein: defined, collected in among" the several counties: in the: ratio: of the number of instruction
..,........*,...**-.".-".".-......*-..*.....-. -''' -.........,-.e-."*-........ each year shall be- applied ea provided therein to the extent neceaaary to: unit in each county the sea* being eoterminus with: the school districtof :
end JMr comply with ell obligations to or for the benefit of holder of bonds orcertifleetea each county aa provided" in Article XX, Section 4. Subjection (a) of
issued before the effective date of this amendment or any this: constitution: in each year computed" a* provided" therein to: the
---'"...-asmbar.eesM6bythesAfahwa4eeMrssprs.-..... refunding' thereof which are secured by such gross receipts ".... Ho extent neceeeary to comply with all obligation to or for the benefit: of
.!-.......-.....h.h..f.-'''.- .ekteee* bonds or other obligations: may be issued pursuant to the provisions of holders of bonds or motor vehicle tea anticipation: certificates issued
Article XII Section If, of the Constitution of 188J aa amended, but before the: effective dot of this amendment or'any refunding thereof
this provision shall not be construed to prevent the refunding of any which are secured by any portion of swab revenues derived from the
4e.---eheeeveeneelie4ea4e.nake-....-......-*.-''>.-...........-..-.ka such outstanding bonds or obligations pursuant: to the provisions of this licensing of motor vehicles. .
eA.tees.--Yesaie.-tn-lh.-mssbetah4p-ef-sh.w.taatea-.lab-be--ltbted Subsection (a)11).
...-...-....-...."..-.*-..*-..4g t nN.pp.tntaeatev4etSaebeew.t4s.tiete,4stea.esa4ea6ea (2)) Mo funds anticipated to be distributed. annually among the aeveralcountieo
Subject to the requirements of the first paragraph of this subsection under the formula stated in Article XII, Section .. Subsection
_.h.--.h.-eslue a(2)). beginning July 1. 171. and for fifty years thereafter,' all of Idof this constitution: as amended aa the name existed. immediately' :
.....-.".................-.....-. -..........r-eram4As -hh5.-N..0 the proceeds' of the revenues derived from the gross receipts taxes before the effective date of this: amendment. shall bo pledged. Security -
.......--......-- .. -........-".....,.....".,- ..-..,...,,,...-.".-hundred collected frees every *mmmeee'-...inoledine municipalities... as provided. and for any obligation hereafter: issued or entered into exempt that any
..'h.y----e .. ..............,.......f4le-with--the-see seaTT levied .. of the tie ef adoption this subsection (.)(21./chapt.e outstanding obligations previously..issued! pledging .._1\, fund may be ,
.l--eels-ttrr'e .. '-\. '-."-'-'..'.'. '.'- '.-......,...."-..-.,, 203, F10.1..'.. ,"'........(Ihmjtaljjfta.. lLeallmd *mms arr-l Jr'inr-rTTH' ). refunded at a lower neta: .... .'...taiereei-eo. t rat by the. |s.uanc4of! Q')
!"Po .." ..riv "n:1: "Faggy .hell.-as Sol a.... "'-'placed' Jin a trust: fund to be knovm ae *ha> -public refunding bonds maturing not, later tMn:/ the _H.tlon. refunded secured ?
-- .. education capital outlay and< debt +Service trust fund in "the slate by the same revenue* and any other security authorized in paragraph C U)
SECTION S. Aeendaen? or revision election- treasury (hereinafter referred to ee "capital outlay fund"), and used of this subjection only ea provided. hereia.The I
fa) a proposed "."" ..t to or revision of this constitution, or-any (3) Subject to the requirement of paragraph 11 } of this subsection
part of it. shell bs substtted to the electors st the nest general capital outlay. fund shall be administered by the state: board of (d) beginning July 1. 1973 and for thirty-five year thereafter, the
election held more then ninety days after the Joint reaolutlon education .. created: end constituted fey Section 2 of Article IX of the first proceed of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor' .
initiative petition or report of .......,,--eae4eeea--er constitutional Constitution of Florida aa revised ie IMS (hereinafter referred to a* vehicle to tho extent necessary to comply with the provisions of this :
convention proposing It Is filed with the secretary off state* unless '.t... board"), or by such other instrumentality: of the state which shall amendment shell aa collected. be pieced monthly in the school district :
pursuant to law enacted by the affirmative were of three-four. ef the hereafter: aueeead by law to the powers, duties and functions of the .t... and Junior college district capital outlay and debt service fund in the -
eeataerehlp ef each house of the legislature and Belted to a single board including the powers duties and) functions of the state hoard stste treasury and used only a* n this amendment Such revenuoahall
...n".." or revision* It Is submitted. st an earlier specie election provided In this: aubeeetlon a(2)( The state board shall be a body bo distributed" annually among the several school districts and
,held sore than ninety days after such Cllln,. corporate end shall have all the powers provided herein in addition to l Junior college districts in the ratio of the number of instruction unit
all other constitutional and statutory: powers related to: the purposes of b school district or junior college district in each year cr/i*>p..ts-d
(b) Once In the tenth week, and once In"the alxth weak Immediately this: subsection. : CH2)( ) heretofore or hereafter conferred by law upon the as provided! herein. The amount of the flu revenues derived, from the :
J( preceding the week in which the election Is halite, the proposed amendment state board, or its predecessor created by the OBoetlto.tltOa; of 1..5. a., state rioter vehicle license taxes to be so *... aside In each year and :
lor', revision, with notice of the date ofrejection at which It will be amended; i i i distributed aa provided. herein Khali be an tvtjpitint. qiial. in the .N."$**'.
': submitted to the electors shall be publlehaaVlh one newspaper ef generalMClcawla to the: product of sin hundred dollars (S400) multiplied by the total :

lon.ln each county In which a newspaperlajpubllshed.! ; State: bonds pledging. the full faith end creditof,tile, (estate May be, number of instruction unit in all the school districts of Florida for
.. issued, without a vote of the electorer *yr.tn*jjfeta) a r#,pureuent to the school local year 1947-4S, plus an amount equal. in the ugtiffe-gata to
(0)) 1['the proposed amendment! or rsOTaten Is'1 approved. by vote of the law to finance or refinance capital ajurjees the etC/ author!sed. by the product of eight: hundred dollar < |8OO ) multiplied by the total
elector*. It shall b* effective e* an amendment te or revision of the the legislature, end any purposes appurtenant or indiaTefltar'thereto.: for number of instruction units in all the: school district of Florida for :
cg lilt tjUtien of. the state on the first, Tuesday after the first Monday In the state eyet.ee> of public education. provided J for lot Section: 1 of ArticleIX the school fiscal year 1972-73 and for each school fiscal year thereafter :,
Januacv following; the election! or ,!' such. .ether. date as may ba specified of this Conatltutloa hereinafter referred to t lee 'state eyatem"). which ia in ..0... of the total number oS such Instruction unit in.U .;.
irf"tH/ .3ainendm.nt. of revision,._ S, including but not limited to lns.ikeu.4ne of hikl' *rn>,.*.nninq. junior, the school districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1"*".-6S. such :-
:iblid 5 *'l -I< ooU.,... vocational !:..e."ioo188'tpubUa adhool s. es now definedor ..c... unit being designated ',r"'b units.The Amount of the first -:
.tia.n,4l'.' ',, "OLVCI-ithat: 'ila accordance with the raqulreaenta ef ee may hereafter be defined by law. all aueh bonds"sliell' mature. not' revenues derived from the state moor vehicle license tmaea to b* so set _
.HF'Al'ViMIlrjorida .ftatutes.lthe..l. substance. ef the amendments later: then: July 1, J02J. All other detailarof such 1 kondeiietiell- be asprovided said in each year and distributed a* provide.; '."..Ln shall additionally "'
.shnssi r.$,!.,11'r..r! onthebeiJl4StasSollowerIsfj by .wor by the. proceedings ab'thomisingsuch' / "'*"Jt.- p.ovihd. be an amount equal in the aggregate to tho product of four hundred
IWIW however. that no bonds. seeps refunding ..,.,"o1,1 bo leaved and no dollars (9400) multiplied by the total murber of instruction units In all
l ( ""'fng1e4YL.ndu4ehts1'It5' ) -" Section 9 of'Article' tt and Section and 5 proceeds shell 1M expanded foe .the co 1-'ot."Y ..piCl .r.,02oct.. unless. junior college districts: of Florida. The number of instruction ...IU.. :
off Article XI of the, j fester.: .Constitution to abolish the Conatitutlonflalon such project has been autborised by the tryts1O.ure.' o ..j each school district: or junior college district in each year for the :
Commission.lOlqovt deed pu.poof this: amendment shall b* the greater of CD the number of
< Bonds issued. pursuant. to this eubomot. fpm JH (2);iui ...>t>e primarily instruction unit in each school district for the school fiscal year

.., NO.Z; payable from much revenues derived from gross receipts \ 4fla.|, and ...11 l e 7-as or junior college district for the school Fiscal year 19t- 9
; I' be additionally secured by the full faith-urn) credit of the at.... Ho> computed' in the manner heretofore: provided. by general law, or ((2) the ,I

OOO.Okt whoj ,ii. < ..mV'.OOe.satnieeif ,- such: bonds shall e- issued" ia an amount axe ..,ling ninety percent of 1 number of instruction unit in such School district* including growth
..1.n.l.n the amount: state board determines cei< '" n T revenues derived from the grove reeelpta taxes aeerulngithsremfter under the: manner heretofore or hereafter provided" by general law and approved :
t.. mCOSSTITUTIONAL'' : >>OOtEN't q the provisions of this *subsection (*)| ) *nd such determinetion shell bee by the state board of education (hereinafter called. the state board) or :
000 r llu ,1"'1"1 I Ilea 13)) the number of instruction unit in each school district, including .
,.., "' ,. ARTICLE J) SECTION 23''j .. ,3Inho mmloom I growth unit* or junior college district on behalf of which the state :
.nil ... ",, '" r 11ssCToM Jl'BI I .* .':) n n "--too-! moneya la the capital outlay &nd in "each] f leca* Veer shell be board hoe issued bonds or motor vehicle tar: anticipation certificates .
used only for the following purposes. aaab In the tollowidg order o. under this: amendment which will produce sufficient revenues under this

Bight"ofIbe natural .'. IIPIf... ,tI. ;" .,.: amendment to equal one and twelve-hundredth' (113) time the Aggregate
2]. privacy.--Bvery pereon has the rigHt e"i
amount principal of and interest: on all bond ior motor vehicle tax -
let alone anj free fV governmental InfruaionT Into hia' private lifknEa I '\I.M '
ro the .of of. bonds anticipation certificate Issued under this
' : t payment the principal "" -'e6aplr..on any amendment which will mature
". to.ascept'limit the otherwiae public's' provided rigKt >T'ec ere, n.e This u seStTari'ahsirBcitto records: and : neetinqe cogetaagj.aa,"shearing in such. fiscal yeart' ___ _. .. hereafter and become due in such year* computed: in. th.' manner heretofore or
provided by general law and approved by the state: board.
proviocia fly law. .;' III' E e*. For the deposit into any reserve f**Jel p..i'd..r.. for in theproceeding :
.oco.d.fie..St.h, authorising the Issuance of ..._.town awOmwte-rsqulred to (4) Such fund *d distributed shall b* administered by the state
msoLVBv: that in itha requiremewgaast ''
BE IT UItTIIEIt of be depoelted. la such reeve funds in aunts; fisc** yearr" "> '..'ij; board a* now created and" constituted by Section 1 of Article XX of the
section 101. Florida Ststutss. the substance: the amendment Stat Constitution revised in
aa 196S, or by such other instrumentality
proposed herein shall appear on the ballot em follows! o. par 'direct payment of the: most or *ny pert ref the cost: of any ,of the stat which shall hereafter succeed by law to the 'power*, duties :.

'of *1Qat! capital project for the: state eystes theretofore euthorised by the and t nh.o' the state board-- ,the: powers* duties and
the creation of Section :13 Article I of the udr.:
Proposing I 13: nl al ul"(laglelature, o* for the purcheee or redemption of outstanding bonds la function of state board provided. IB. amendment. For the .
Constitution establishing a constitutional rightof: privacy. accordance with the provisions of the: proeeedlnge which authorized the I purposes of this amendment: said state board Shell bo a body corporate :
6013 issuance of ouch bonds. .and ahall haw* all the power provided in this amendment. in addition to .
NO. 3 I all other constitutions: and statutory power related to the purpose of M

.11... "......" no-*vCONSTITUTIOSAL (b) UrlMDliKt. BONDS Revenue beside to finance the coot of state ,this .amendment: heretofore* or tie! reef tor..conferred. upon aid state board. ;

AHTOOMEMT ,be>net capital pro)_.. issued prior to the date this revision becomes
KKT1CU 11[. SECTION 7 effective including projects of the Florida state turnpike authority or (S) Th* stat board shall in addition It* Othow'_*'Itst tonal ,:
its eueceeeor but ..dudl"" ell portions of the state highway system, maybe and statutory power* have the management: control and supervision of the Ct;
refunded ae provided by law without vote of the elector et a lower I proceed' of the first part of the: revenue derived frost th* licensing of .'
..,.'.w'',!. net overage interest cost rat: by the issuance of bonds maturing not motor vehicles provided for ill this subsection ((4). The state board
later than the obligations, refunded secured by the same revenues only. hall also have power- for 'the purpose of obtaining fund for the: us* of :
.ac7105 7. Passage ot'bllls.--Any bill way originate I. either house any school board of any school district or board of trustees of any ;;'
and after passage .n one say be amended in the: othu. lo1.U be read .(0) MOTOR VEHICLC rust TAXES. :junior, college die trio* in ooqulring* buildings Constructing Altering
1. each house an three separate days. unless thle rule ii. waived by twothirde remodeling, improving enlarging, furnishing equipping, atalAtainin*
rovlded the bll".Uo" of tt. title I" the iOU .l of a (1) A state tam. designated "sscond saw ....* of two cent per gallon renovating, or repairing of capital outlay projeoto for school purpose
house -tal .e -"i.Tie r. .nu.nt for first g at bo..... Forest gaeolino, ana other like product of petroleum end an equivalent tas to issue bonds or motor vehicle tai anticipation ertficatee, and also
t!\sac 1, ...dn,. I. .II.U rad by Utl. only. unless on.-"tl..i I two upon other sources ef energy used to> propel, motor vehicles es leviedby to issue such bond or motor vehicle tae anticipation certificate: to)
member e presentdesire i. read I" ,..11. on find passage. the vote: ofeaall Article IX. Section 16. of the: Constitution of 1BSS ae amended ia pay, fund or refund any bonds or motor vehicle .tax anticipationcertificatee
member voting .h.ll be entered on the jou..1 Passage 0' a bill hereby continued Se.-.-......-.*.se..y.*........"...,..... The proceeds' theretofore issued by said state board. All such bond or
shall require majority vote .10 .ch heu... Bach bill and joint of said tea shall be placed monthly im the state road distribution fund vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall baa imterot at notexceeding
resolution. passed 10 both 'houses shell be signed by the jaresidingof in-th state treasury give par season per annum* or such higher Interest rate a* moy
[James of the respective: houses end by the secretary of the senate and b* author I S4>d by "Bt state heretofore or hereafter passed by ax three-fifths
!b. clerk 01 the heu... of r.prs.ntatives during the session o. as scion CD Article IX. Section 1*. of the Constitution of HSf. ae amended. ; (I 35vote of each novas of the legislature All mesh bond* shall
aa practicable slier Its adjournment sine die. 1* adopted by this reference e* part .f this revision a. completely ss serially ia annual installment Commencing not moco than three (13)
though: 'Incorporated herein verbatim for the: purpose of providing that: : yearo from the date: of Issuance thereof and: ending not later than thirty

SB IT FUHTHEIt: 'RUOI.VIII'h.t' the following statement' : be placed on the .after the affective date ef till revision the aroeeede the second gas' 130), year from the date of issuances or July 1. 3007. A.D. whichever i*
ballot tax' as referred to theres shall be elloeated comes bf. earlier. All swell motor' vehielo taw anticipation hall
'" .)e aeaorlanoe with the formula stated'thereim to tile slant n..ry to'; mature prior to July.ft 2OO.1 A.D. The atat %-oar* aha 11 have rover to
COelBTITUTIONAb MIO4DHEVT "fsomply with .n abligatios to or for the benefit of holders of bonds. determine all other details of said bond o* motor vehicle tae
AMTICI.C Ill., KCTIOS1 7 revenue certificates refunding..anticipation. certificateand: t* sell at public sale after public
certificates ad tea .Uolpotlan : or say
Wr.f the 'second ..... .._":... or *sehengoaid bonds o* meter vehlol tax anticipation
Proposing 'an emendmen to the State constitution to provide. that the 4 secured by any parties of acs lass' %Certificates' upon such term and condition .. the state >board shall

publication of the title at a Bill In the legislative Journele shall, CS) so* -funda anticipated to be located under;. the formula stated ia provide, j ? _' .* *v !s_ -\ !
eerve aa the first of the three reading required by the State'Conatltution. Article Constltstion: of 1"' amended )Ii,,, -. ,. ., 41..
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Pace MA TELEGRAPH October 3*. RIBS 'I
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.', GHS, Buchholz. Top Lady TornadoesDistrict's

(6) Th. state board shall also Dave power to pledge for the payment
!h. p.inaip.l of and interest on such Ronde or motor vehicle taeielp.tton Next Week Buchholz 15 13 point as Buchhols ran off the last
:not 0.rtif1c.t. including refunding bonds or refunding motor'v.bialo Bradford 1212 three to win the match. .
tar anticipation earttf1c&tesi all or any part from the '
anticipated revenues to be derived from the licensing .f motor vehicles ", ,, The Lady Tornadoes' six-game The Lady Tornadoes played well In GHS 7 15 17 '
provided for in tbL. amendment and to enter into any covenanta and ,otheragreements volleyball whining streak came to an spots, coming up with a spike by -
halt last week as Gainesville Vaunda Lorraine Bass 8I1SI5515The
holders of such bonds or /rotor vehicle tat abrupt Brown or
anticipation with certificates the .t the time of the issuance thereof concerning High school and Buchholz pinned Tracy Hankerson here and an defending district champ Lady
the security thereof and the right of the bolder thereof all of which defeats on the BUS girls at their outstretched save by Hope Jackson Hurricanes of Gainesville High topped
009en.nt. and agreements shall constitute lOVally binding and irrevoceblocontracts 'second' home court the Old ArmoryIn Terri Thomas, or Lisa Alvarez there, the Bradford girls In an afternoon
such holders and shall ba fully enforceable by such Starke. but just couldn't match consistency game at the Old Armory Thursday,,
holders in anyoourTof competent Jurisdiction. with the Lady Bobcat in losing two coming back after BUS won the first

vehicle tar anticipation certificates.hall The matches were moved becauseof games by Identical scores Tuesday game. <,
(7) HO such bond or motor
ever be issued by the state board until after the adoption of aresolution construction taking place at the afternoon. "Everything was clicking;
requesting the issuance thereof by the school" board of the BHS gym and the Old Armory, BHS had its chances In both games everyone was talking working
school district or board of trustees of the Junior college district on brought no good luck Bradford's way. earning 12-12 ties before wilting at the together In that first gamel/: then we ,
behalf of which the obligation are to be is.u.d. The stat* bo.rd of BHS won't have to worry about that came back out and couldn't do
limit. the amount of such bond or motor vehicle" tat second home court disadvantage any end.Alvarez served six points In a toeing anything right" Coach Inez Harvey

InticiMtion oblige which can ba issued on behalf(904) of of the any amount school more with no more home dates left on cause in the opener and did the same said after the squad's six-game win
district to ninety percent
'. which district it or determines junior can be serviced by the revenue accruing to the school the schedule. The now 9-6 Lady Tor- in game two. A spike by Brown got the streak was snapped. "Mentally I
district 0' junior college district under the provisions of this nadoes visit Hawthorne Monday second game started and another don't know where we were after that
amendment. and such determination shall be conolu.iY. All such bond. 0' afternoon so the possibility of tieing spike by Vaunda after a dig by first game."
motor vehicle tar anticipation certificates shall be issued in the name the school record of regular season Jackson tied the match at 4-all. BHS shot out to the first game win
of the state board 01 education but shall b. issued for and on behalf of ,wins at 10 is still alive and also still Hankerson and Jackson added as Terri Thomas served seven points
the school board of the school district or board of trustees of the attainable is the overall record of 11 BHS went and Lorraine Bass Hankerson
district requesting the issuance th..of. and no election spikes as up 7-4 on two Tracy ,
or junior approval college.f qualified electors shall b. required for the Issuance wins (both set by the 1978 squad) with Hankerson serves and then to 8-6 on and Lisa Alvarez all served twice for
th.roof. the District 4-AAA tourney remainIng an Alvarez delivery. An ace serve by points. Then the flat period came as
Bass and a service point by Thomas GHS stormed back for the 15-5 win in
(S) The state board shall in each year use the fund distributable helped Bradford cling to a 10-8 advantage game two.
pursuant to this amendment to the credit of each" school district ot The District event is set for but the visitors suddenly ran off "We came back in the third game
college district only in the following manner and in ord.r ol Wednesday through Friday Nov. t-7 "
Junior four straight points as Bradford lost and played well in spurts the BHS
priori ty-i at the Buchholz High gym In its ability to set the ball. Missed coach said. One of those spurts produced

a. Toe comply with the requirement of paragraph ((1) of this Gainesville. The Lady Tornadoes will serves didn't help either but a smash a 9-6 lead and after GHS went
subsection" (Id). probably enter with the tourney'sthird by Bass pulled Bradford to within up 15-14 Thomas served a tieing point.
best record behind once-beaten 11-12 and another service point by Then after three sideouts GHS finally
# in
b. : amounts of principal and interest maturing such yeas
on .ny' ban Toptyall"a 'or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates issued undo: Santa Fe and Buchholz which went to Alvarez tied the count at 1212. ended the long game with two points
the authority b.r.of. including refunding bonds 0.. motor vehicle t.: 13-6 with Tuesday's afternoon win Just as in game two though the 'for the 17-15 victory. The winning
anticipation certificates. issued on behalf 01 the school board of sue.. over BHS. Bradford girls never got another point fell between two BHS defenders.
school district ; Or board of trustees of such junior. college district
a bjoat, lsow.v.cfskp any covenants or agreements made by the state bo.r'
concerning tll..19"t. between holders of different issues of such bond
or motor v.blola Jo$ anticipation certificates. as herein .ut"orl..d.
e. To ..taoVieb. and maintain a .Inking fund or fund to meet futur
requirements for debt service or r..rv.. th.r.for. on bonds or mote
vehicle tar 101p.tion certificates issued on behalf of the .ohoo
board of such school district or board of trustee. of such junior coll.g
district. under':,he authority h.raof. whenever the state board shall der
it necessary or" advisable and in such amount and under such terms an
condition .. tb" state board shall in its discretion determine.

d. To diatrlbita annually to the several school" board of the achoe
districts or th. 'rd. of trustee of the junior college district fc
u.. in payment of .'..It service on bond heretofore or hereafter issued tany
such aehooX/bea'd" of the school district or boards of trustee e
the Junior coil* .districts where the proceeds of the bond were used w .
or are to b* ue.et' Ls the acquiring building, constructing altering yt
remodeling .i PLo tng. enlarging furnishing equipping maintaining
renovating or. repair ing of capital outlay project in such .choc
districts or'. "Junior college districts and which capital outlay project
have been appsoyed by the school board of the school district or board c
trustees o.r junior college district pursuant to the most recen
survey or .6tV.yJr-fc nduetd under regulation prescribed by the .tat
board to detenin the capital outlay needs of the school" district o
Junior col}'ag..41..r10t. The state board shall have power at the time o ,
issuance of .vi.,cnde by any school board of any school district or boar S}

of trustee .,otaiiy. :Junior college district to covenant and agree wit
such achooV' : -rdor: board of trustees as to the rank and priority o
payment tot NIIad./ tor different issues of bonds under this .ubpa..g. rap:
d. and '.*?* fmheagree that any amounts to be distributed under thliaubparagraolr
.d. nay be pledged for the debt service on bond issued b: ,
any school, ,'board of any school district or board of trustee of an;
junior-college district and for the rank and priority. of such pledge. "
Any such' covenant or agreement of the state board may be enforced b) II
any bolder*lof such bond in any court of competent juri.diction. III
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*. To distribute annually to the several school board of the school ,
: districts. or boards of trustees of the junior college districts for the Flag Down that Runner I

'.t payment at the .cist of acquiring building constructing, maintaining.altering.remodeling Th. stingy defense of ih. fine-place Cowboys grab for the flag of Involved In the play are, from left to rights David Smith. Bo ,
furnishing equipping
'. renovating. improving or repairing enlarging of capital outlay projects for school purposes Buc quarterback Bo Bishop in a Stark Recreation Department flag Bi.hop! Scott John. Donni Francis Tommy Balkcim. and Link '

in such school' district or :Junior- college dt...rfcc..-..-eH.H-tee. raxjueetad (ootballptpeplayed, Monday .ftemoon.??? ?.. ?...,,.,. Brv,..:rv. Ft"v' Iri1 L1 T. a.r.igiel )
by resolution of th* school board of the school district or" board of 1"Ii::. 0
: trustees: o( the junior college district.f. t

then all major: capital outlay needs of a school district or. junior Youth Flag Football i
college district have been met a* determined by the state board on the
basis of a survey made pursuant to regulations of the state board and
approved by- the state board all such fund remaining shell be
distributedannually and used for such school purposes in such" ..chooldi.triet 7-9 Year Olds yards) for the Broncos. touchdown and set up a Chuck

o.-. junior college district as the school board of the school Oct. 27: Cowboy 12. Buts 0 Mulllns-to-Scott Duncan score with a
district or 'board of trustees of the junior college district ..halldetermine Colts 26. Broncos 21 The first-place Cowboys used a 25 yard pass from Mullins as the
or'feg; may be provided by general law. Mark Strickland ran for flag-hawking defense to shutout the Cowboys nipped the Broncos.

district shall be eligible to participate in the fund accruing under threw to Ed for a 15 yard The only scores came on a 10 yard '' .
this amendment and derived from the proceed of bond and motor vehicle score to pace the Dolts by the Broncos run by Chuck Mullins and a 3 yard Colts I.Bucs o". >Oll i COEd
tax anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license taxes, Monday afternoon. pass from Mullins to Chris Noegel. Douglas picked off a pass at the
only in the' order of priority of needs, aa shown by a survey or surveys James Quiet fired two TD to 3 yard line and stepped j jrjto hfieKdzone -
conducted in the school district or junior college diatrict pass Oct. 22: -
underys to ,it for the winning'score m his
Bill Hamilton (30 and 20 ) and
regulation prescribed by the state board to determine the capital" yards Cowboys 12-Broncos 6 defensive "".le
outlay needs of the school district or junior college district and .. another to,Kirby Joe Hildebran ((40 Donnie Francis ran for a 25 yard L C; 1\,.., ,,.,. I 9VI i 1'l en I ir
approved by the state boards provided that the priority of such project ,. .8
may be changed from time to time. upon the request of the school" board of ,
the school di.trict or board of trustees of the junior. college district ., tniom
and with the approval of the state boards and provided further, that! this ,'I' 'h _
paragraph (9) shall not in any manner. affect any covenant, agreement or Keep FRANK WILLIAMS Working for You 4
pledge made by the state board in the issuance by said state board of any ylloun 1
bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, or in connection'', ,l s\
with the is.uanc of any bond of any school board of any school Frank Williams Voted Against Pak's ftat t li hol-uot

district or board of trustees of any Junior college diatrict. >.'Vi $ ",' It Saturday U'
Gun Control '
(10)) The state board may invest any sinking fund or funds createdpursuant Legislation And Led Pak's Karate this amendment in direct of the United State.of
to obligations ,
'0 be holding a free clinic in self defense
America or in the bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, The Floor Fight To Kill Gun
issued by the state board on behalf of the school board of any spool i 1\ Saturday, NOY", ,}ip Staflqn.' ;::1't1t'e
district or board of trustees of any junior college dh riot. ; s '1 A Control t I Legislation.f I RecreationiDepartmednt 'tMrdf>f
e be/com
(11) The state board shell have power to make and enforce all rule 1 104 p.mratYhe OfcCHifftffyl<<
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and regulations necessary to the full .xercl.e of the powers therein -,. .n Frank Williams I Has Voted '
granted and no legislation shall be required to render this amendment of
full force and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the Corisistently Against 'Increased Pratt Street-.. V bo edt
levies of said .motor vehicle license taxes during the life of till. t Halloween Party
amendment to any degree which will fail to provide the full amount I'T axes.
necessary to comply with the provision of this amendment and pay the Is Friday
necessary expanse of administering the laws relating to the licensing of Frank Williams The Starke Recreation Department
motor vehicles, and shall not enact any law having the effect of House of Representatives is having a Halloween
withdrawing the proceed of such motor vehicle license taxes from th* Party for boys
operation of this amendment and shall not enact any law impairing or and girls ages 7 to 14 Friday October
materially altering the right of the holder of any bonds or motor i Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. For By Frank William. District 25 Democrat 31. at the Pratt St. Recreation Center.
vehicle tan anticipation certificates issued pursuant to this amendmentor Halloween games will be playedand

impairing or altering any covenant or agreement of the state board as refreshments served.
provided in such bond. or motor vehicle tax anticipation eertifieatea.IX "
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( ) The state board shall have power to appoint such pefsone and fix ). I JiJ .
their compensation for the administration of the provision of this "
amendment .. it shall deem necessary and the expenses of the atate-feoard ,', ; ,: .
in administering the provisions of this amendment shall be prorated among '.., .
the various school districts and junior collage districts and paid out of 1( I
the proeeeda of the bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificate ,I.' .'. 'Pi
or from the funds distributable to each school district or :junior college : (Ih) If. at the general election- at: ,),Lob this amendment i. adopted.
district on the lame basis as such motor vehicle license taxes are ., there i. also adopt.d an amendment to this suction wherein the proposed
distributable to the various school districts or Junior college districts language of subsection (e) differ from. that contained herein then such '
under. the provision of this amendment. Interest or profit on sinking other language aa to subsection Icl) hall prevail over the language of
fund Investment! shall accrue to the school districts or junior college .,: ,'. subsection. Ie) a* contained herein. This amendment shall take effect a.
districts in proportion to their respective equities in the sinking fundor of July 1. 1975. "
fund.. 'IH'.! <
l Zr', "j..i ; M BE'' IT' rURTHE RESOLVED that in accordance with the .. '.. .; '
(11)) Bond issued by the state board pursuant to thi. subsection ((41) "'ItI J---, I. ,section. '101.141 Florida Statutes; the substance of the x 4f
hall be payable primarily from said motor vehicle license taxes as ... ,;....,proposed herein shell appear on the ballot a* follows :\10tH' ,.
provided "herein and if heretofore or hereafter authorized by law. may b* ff. "i .'
additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of the state .sr Propo.ing.1I amendment to Section 9 of Article 'XII of the State .
without an election. When heretofore or hereafter authorized by l.w. 1" ,':': ,,;,' Constitution replacing the 40-y.ar limitation on the use of the "...qnd
bonds Issued pursuant to Article Rile Section IS of the Constitution of t. tax* to bond for road with 40-year limitation upon the*
18S5. .. amended prior to 1968 and bond issued pursuant to Article XII. Y' \>I" I, bonds secured endnapaya by revenue. from the t... rropoeing to
Section 9. subsection ((41) of the Constitution as revised in 1969 end ,rauthorize., counties to utilise such revenue for road maintenance a* .
bond issued pursuant to this subsection (da may be refunded by the ';. authorised by Inv rather than ju.t for the acquisition or construction of ,
issuance of bond additionally secured by the full faith and credit of ( roads. proposing to allow the use of revenues other. than those from the
the state only at a lower net average interest cost rate.,. oo" tax-end pledged toll to pay bond secured by the tax. Proposing to.
(I.) DEBT LIMITATION. Bond issued pursuant to' this Section'9 of '".. include within the formula used to determine" the debt service
Article XII which ere payable primarily from revenue pledged pursuant to requirement on such bond legally available pledged revenue other than .
this section shall not be Included in applying the limits upon th* amountof e'" ..; those from the tax and from toll. > .
state bond contained in Section 11, Article VII, of this revision. li J t." .., ...
11 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto lei my hand and affixed the Great Seal '.
(If) if. at the election at which this '
amendment is ,
adopted .
of theVStale of Florida at Tallahassee the this the" 12th of '
Capital day A.D.
there ia also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed August ,I .
'jf.'h' ," '
I language of subjection (a) differ from that contained herein then such 1990 ,

other language at to subsection (a) hall prevail over the language of -" ; IiI. GEORGE FIRESTONE .'':..".
subsection (a) a* contained herein "' '' .

(I. If, at the general election .t Which this amendment i. .dopt.d 'M ;. COOING:.Words In .'.....1. thr-ewj t),. are> deletions from existing law; words In
there i. also adopted .n amendment to this section wherein the proposed }V' ,1 ; vnd.r.rod, type are additions. ,
language 01 subsection ((41) differs from that contained herein then such '
ether language shall prevail over the of . language subsection (41)) as .'
contained.sarets. ... ;- ,
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:F for Brad'ford[ County'Who

Wants 'em ? EVE MyBODY '

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Who's Willing to Help, Pay, for Them ? : :::' .

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Next Tuesday's referendum will be your opportunity paid only by owners of real property. The one cent

to say whether or not you are willing to pay gas tax will be paid by everyone who drives a motor

cent extra on each, gallon of any type motor fuel you vehicle. It is paid by the ones who will benefit most .

buy in order to have a better system of roads in from having better roads in Bradford County .. the

Bradford County. -- ones who drive on them.

The money will simply not; be there for construction 4'1 Then, too _.'the drivers of the county will have,out

of new roads or,for maintaining the roads we side help in paying this tax. It is estimated that up to

already"have properly unlessthe county obtains ad- 50 percent of the 12 million gallons of gasoline sold

ditional revenue for this purpose. J in Bradford County in an average year is purchased

|4ft The<> 4>Mh.I County: Road, t Department J is! now.operating, .on!< ell by transients who,use our roads. If this isvcorrectour, ,
a skeleton force of ten men.' Not so many" 'It..t' road departmentrshoul+ -ben:::1fit't:tBoirsancls of

years ago wp had a crew of 20 men, and. dollarseach year from outside money spent

fewer roads to maintain. Ten men cannot o for auto fuel. a real help in maintaining a

possibly maintain the county's present total better system of roads for all motorists.
of,,125,miles of paved secondary road and 300 Tuesday's referendum on the motor "fuel

miles! \.graded. road.. Cjl.' r> ( tax: : states: "For the purpose of paving and
elo"lJj''bil'i: ,'J;''on'j';; r.sis', is1 I due io the State of Florida turning <" .
maintaining ,
: : : t operating
five pav''d'secondary\ roads back to the county tomaintain.
J for other lawful Bradford
purposes ,
I .Also/ ,the fact that we are paying back an-
County[shall, be authorized to levy an additional one-
nually2ar ciotJu: !$200OOO'on' previous bond issues for ':'"
1/1/0[ cent takoh.each gallon of motor fuel I and special I fuel I
'301 and the more recent $700,000 '
four-lanlfngIWt uf
: sold
Bradford 'rovl-
>>l : County and taxed
resurfacing 9''program'., ''This has left only about "P.
uallBIOD 9d III': 1T3997f' I .'(,7. i"3F'+I t I > I sons I ofichapter; 206, Florida I Statutes.
$155,000, 0,00'pily'foreseconddry: :' ;' '" maintenance. Many"Prorida counties already have this specialtax

ineioneacenfper! gallon' tax),., is', fairer. ,1/-/ than raisingthe forjroads, and i in levying such a tax Bradford.
ad valoremtax-! anothe ftOOiJl, I, which2\vould, be I :
will:be better
1BsI 29xsn9tprSll County' position to give you thVtyp'
\ 1 of roads!you deserve. '
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Pag.11A TELEGRAPH October, lIMO ,

I BUS Runners DefeatedBoth You "

the glrla and boys from BUS Bradford Roadrunner Linda DeWitt, AUTO, '
were beaten In a rain-dampened crou who clocked a PR 12:03 over the,

country run at Bradford Middle 2-mll.layout. a aE tM .
School Tuesday. "We've got almost two weeks to get v I KtfQWRecently

Lake Butler's girls team handed the ready for districts (Friday Nov. 7.at .;. iI"'lt '-
Lady Tornadoes their first dual meet St. Johns Community Cortege) and 1"1 /

and home course loss of the season we'll be working hard at it, Loper
with a 25-30 win while the North said. That means anywhere from 3-5
Marion boys. Marion County champs miles daily plus some speed interval I have started
ran their seven runners across theline work of quarters halves, and miles hearing a hig h-pitched.
before the first Tornado boy, to "to try to sustain a fast pace for a squealing noiiie, when
handle the BUS boys team 15-30.' longer period of time." driving my new M..ad vMy
"It was a good race on the positive In a run last Friday at BMS both the first thought was brakes,
side It should motivate the girls after BHS boys and Palatka girls didn't but they checked out fine. I
having a loss on the home course for have the required five finishers and don't notice any
the first time." said Coach George so were forfeit losers in a dual meet. se.Pt operational problems, Just
Loper. "They should be able to get Tiffany Griffis was the Individual 1 the noise. Could it be the
over it and regroup." winner in the girls run with a 12:46 w Iff five-speed. transmission?
Another bright spot was personal clocking and Jennifer Nix added a } r

bests for Tiffany Griffis, Pam personal record 13:08: to finish third Best bet, from your
Hawkins Tammy Mann and Lynn overall. description, is'a clutch
Loper in the girls race and PR's for Pam Hawkins was sixth In the girls'run noise,' It could be coming
Gerald Gullion Brian and Gerald Gullion sixth for the
Kemp Timmy from one of two, different
Gonzales and Stuart Pauley on the Tornado boys.Roadrunner. .1 specific sources a bad
boys side. Linda DeWitt was the release bearing or a
Griffis ran 12:45: nine seconds first girl across coming home In 12:20: defective pilot bearing.
behind the winning time of Regina for the 2-mlles while Paul McKinney Bradford IIIgDi'i Distance RunnersThe Which of the two is the

Jones of Union County High. The top topped the Roadrunner boys\ at 19:14: 1WM BUS crocs country team, boys and girls completed GnlUon. problem depends on when
finisher overall though was again for the 3-mile course. their regular season Tuesday and In the squealing sound is
are now Top right, left to right Tammy Mann,Carol Fust ell,Jennifer
preparation. for the District meet. Nix. Tiffany Ciriffls. Coach George Loper. Lynn heard. If you hear it when
..eyarel from left to right, front row, Stuart Pauley Ed Loper. Pam Hawkins, Tina Best, and Pam Lajole. the engine is idling with
Gas JL clX Crows Timmy Goniales,Allen Davis Brian Kemp Gerald Not pictured were Pam Pratt and Jeff Powell, your foot 'resting on the
more **. clutch pedal replace the

(From Page 1A) "The county commission is fighting release bearing. Pilot

.4-laning of US-301 until 1990. For the a losing battle on road maintenance, X-Country Result: Top IbailniiMial airs. Linda DaWllt 12,03. '" .... 19,30., 9)) Carol FumU 19,40 101 Pant. Pratt bearing noises are heard
says Commissioner E.W. Hodges.The KM MilS ".... Coburaj. MiSS.. Polly only when that bearing is
next 10 years the county also owes the penny/gallon gas tax would give Danba. ....*.. ISIS,Many.....,... I9.I7.JIII in operation with the
Department of Transportation the commission a little breathing TiMaday,Onion. "Irk 21. ails 30 11.17. Top Itoadrunnaraj Ijnda DtWM 11,20., c.... ....- crankshaft speed different
$100,000pe r year plus interest on the IIS Nnlrfum 21 Tlllanr CrUlk 12,46.,, .3)))familiar NI. ..11. Donna ....... 14,24, Polly Crilll. 14,2B., III.....
$700,000 borrowed this year to retop room. 13l,0. 61 Pan Ha.kina l..iM. 9)) T.mmr Mann ,...11. Tap Knadnnmi ..... Paul. McKlimav !".1. ...... IS,01., Jill William 19,07.Palalka from the speed of the
More responsibility has been placedon 10);) Tina San 1..17.. II) Carat Fmarll 11.31. 13) Lynn Crawa '..22. Raymond Cmiia lOiOS., Eddla'S..I'T'. clutch shaft when the
some 42 miles of deteriorating secondary the county but the state didn't Lopar l.il'.. 20.'", Cana '.well lOiN.. Knorii!starling ..... 19. BUS hay,ftnMt clutch is disengaged and
paving. pass down new monies when it turned Caapar 21.40. .Bin..U.II.,In........ The $125,000 left Is not enough to NM..II.,1ll1IO
mile of back all the secondary road INS IMhm Canld Culllori. 11,14., .)Brian. Kamp Prid.., BII9 airy 2S. Malta fcrf.lt TopBnadninnmi Paul MrKmwy. 19,14.Gaum*Cram
pave even one secondaryroad. maintenance to the county. 18,3J. 101 Uward Cnot J0,28., 11)) Timmy (;Go..... Ins "..w.II 1 Tiffany CHIIIa 12....31) Ba>mond Couay: 11,31., fait Powell. 23IU.. Anon" bteoaethe
20,38. 13)....... Pulley 21,14. 13.08. ,ai Pam llawtlna, ",,41.riTunmv. Mann .....2443. PartS Center
But over the past 6-8 years the coun- STARK
ty commission has purchased: road
working equipment until the countycan
now grade dirt road to the

specifications for paving, including
placing the limerock. That cuts coats "
but the leftwon't '., ', .
tremendously, $125,000 ,
'. I
go far enough even on retopping GENERAL ELECTION .
to do one road a year.That's ,
why the need for the addi- NO.. I BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ; 'j"" ': K'. L.

tional source of money to improve .
local roads. With another$120,000 per PRECINCT NO.NOVEMBER. /.rtf'-' '
\ : ; -'j. ;: : ,
added to the 1125,000 left over '' '"
year '
from the state the commission could Signature of Voter \.t. 4. I960 '. INITIALS OF ISSUING, OFFICIAL
make a start at paving a road. Workon S STUB NO. 1 '. ; :

paving the county's worn-out, san-

dy the roads past 20 should years.proceed faster than ..................e........................................................... ................................. .... .................... ... ..., ..,.........................,. .. .. ....... .., ....:.. '

The county has had almost the "
same road paving priority list for the OFFICIAL BALLOT, GENERAL ELECTION ',"' ,

past 20 years. Pleasant Grove Church

Road $1.3 miles running east and NO.. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA I ; :
west between CR-16 and Brownlee .

Road was paved in 1977 at a cost of .t..v ,, PRECINCT NO.. .
270000. It was the last dirt road to be e.\ i' I :
The Crawford Settlement Road ,STUB NO. 2 .. .
running from CR-16 near Heilbron -
and winding eastward to Old Lawtey ................... -
Road is next on the list.The road has r..r..a.a..a..a..a..a.' ......... ..,............. ............. .. .... ....,...a......... .e...... .,

been secured graded, but there the Is right-of-way no money to ". : OFFICIAL BALLOT. . GENERAL. ELECTION I.j .. /q. ', ,
it. : .
To see why secondary road paving BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 'I"J'. :" .. .1,\ ) ,
has been such a slow business simply 4 ,," .
look at busy US-301 which funnels """\\ PRECINCT NO.NOVEMBER.. \
tourists north and south through ytr; r \ ( :'it ..
Bradford County. .: 4, I960

The county has been paying for ,, ., t. ... .
US-301 since 1928. when It was old TO VOTE for a candidate, mark cross (eXlln) the blank space at the RIGHT of the name of) the> candidate for whom : .

Road 13.: The payment won't end until you desire to vote. TO VOTE for a write-in' candidate,writ. his name In the blank space provided for that purpose. .
1990 when the $1.7 million bond issue .
floated to pay for .4-laning 301 north ELECTORS LEGISLATIVE
and south will be retired. That 1960 S Shall Judge C.UVTK P. MctOltl). JK.. of the First NO. 3CONSTITUTIONAL
issue also refinanced a $1 million For President STATE SENATOR District Court of Appeal be retained In office! ?

bond Issue passed in 1954 when and Sixth Senatorial' District AMENDMENT

Starke's now 75-year-old Charley Vlce-Prasldent (Vole far One) YES ARTICLE (III. SECTION 7
Johns was acting governor of the E
state. The 1954 effort was largest (IA vote for the candidates will actually be a vote for NO Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution
heir electors.) to the publication of the title of a bill
scale of roads
paving secondary In the GEORGE KIRK"ATRICK Dom legislative
county's history. Veto for Group Shall ":. R. DICK: MILLS. JR. of the First In the journals shall serve as the first of
When the next million dollar bond DistrictJudge Court of Appeal be retained In office? the three readings required by the Slate Constitu
issue came along in 1968 It didn't go to DEMOCRATIC tion.
pave roads but to build a new courthouse YES
north in Starke.It For President Twenty-Fifth Haul district NO AGAINST :-::E

was 1977 before the county secondary WALTER .. MONDALE. (Vat far One) --- -._-- _.____.__. ,
road fund ever got back up paving For Vice-President Shall Judge IK.\\DKIl J. SHAW. Jr., of the First
another secondary road. With District Court of Appeal be retained In office? NO.4. .

$500,000 in the pot the commission -
dusted off its 20-year-old paving u YES CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

paving priority Pleasant list, but Grove succeeded Church only Road in RONALD REAGAN FRANK COTTON Be.. P NO 'B I ARTICLE VII. SECTION 14 .

which cost the county about three For President Proposing an amendment, to Section I.t of Article
GEORGE lUSH Shall Judge DOUG 1..\S l B. SIIIVKRS: of the First VII of the State allow the
times as much as first was figured. Constitution !issuance
NONPARTISAN District Court of Appeal' be retained In office? ,
Fly in the ointment in 1977 was the For VI."r.'d.n'' of Hale bonds for waler 'facilities authorized by
turnback of five roads .
formerly state lImoallsw.
roads repaired by the Department of LIBERTARIAN JUDICIAL. YES ,
Transportation, for the county to NO i I
maintain. DOT put the roads in first ED CLARK JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT-V -- fF R'3]
class shape, but charged that$307,000: For President I .
--- Shall.IUdgeI.\Itltl'a.MJIITII' oft fileFirst. District'
project to the county's secondaryroad Shall JusUce.lUI".S11"111, | : be retained in of. -
DAVID KOCH Court of Appeal. bo retained in office
lice? .
fund, wiping it out again.In .

something 1977 it had also to became be done apparent to keep that the ForVlc.-President YES ., _-': =-_:" 3 YES' :':= = = ===_ ..:J NO. 6

county's existing paved secondary INDEPENDENT NO NO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
roads from further deterioration. It '=--== ---.-..fie;.,,--==- s'y W ARTICLE XII, SECTION 9
was obvious the paved roads would be JOHN I. ANDERSON ,
lost unless done. For President ShaIlJuaUceJ\S".M.U"IUIM.iberetaln.: >dlr Shall Judge WIMHIKKKNTWOIITII, : : of (hopirxl Proposing an amendment !Section lot Ailicle.
something was office? District. Court of Appeal be retained office? '
Thus, the $700,000 resurfacing of 45 PATRICK J. LUCIY XII of the Slate Constitutionto replacing' !! the 10-year
miles of secondary roads was under- For .. "r..ld.nt YES -'--- '
limitation on these of the "second gas lax" t to
taken. The money was borrowed NO E dYES___ ._ ..:..,. B finance bonds for roads with limitation
> 40-year
against future state secondary road .."=.._'=..... ::: = :
funds.At WRITI.IN. NOO ,r. =.-_ upon the bonds secured and payable by revenues
---- from the MX. Proposing to nuliuui'e! cminli! lit
present the county Is faced with Shall In office?
maintaining some 425 miles of road- JnhRoIiberetained PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO utilize such revenues for road nuinio,,:incc\ Mauthorized
about 300 miles of graded roads and : by I'W rather thin Just fur ;hit acquisition .
YES___.. ... :
some 125 miles of paved roads. The FOR. PRESIDENT- -- ------1] THE CONSTITUTION OF or construction n( romla. Proposing jlluw

paved mileage will go up when SR-18 NO- the use of revenues other than those from the tax .

from Hampton to There sa Is retop- bo THE STATE OF FLORIDA and pledged[ tolli to pay \bond securedby the .
the state and handed Shall Justice AKTIIUl J. K\GI.AM: JK., retained .
peel by over to In office? .y; Mark .tax. Proposing' It) include, within the formula ,used, ){/ ,
the a emit (X) In the at the right FOR
to maintain from
then square
county on.
CONGRESSIONAL: '; .. .. __ '
.- la'determine debt ,
-- -- -'--- requirements on
This turnback of roads has occurred : the Amendments or AGAINST the Amendments served
the several tinned States Senator YES__._ such bonds 'legallythe' d revenues other
over past years as - --- ---' r- 3 NO. 1CONSTITUTIONAL
DOT found it could no longer main- (Vat*for One) NO_!_.. AMENDMENT than those from the tax and (from tolls.

tain the roads. Only state roads left in .. .. .. .. .
-- -- ARTICLE 11. SECTION AND . .. .
the county and SR-200 Shall JusticeP.lKKhH I.KK: Me IMI.N Al.l)be roluin- -- .

(US-301). Bill GUNTER. (D.mJf---- ed, In office?' ., .t'_) ,lu' ARTICLE XI. SECTIONS 2 AND 5 l FOR___ _'''__ ..____, ,
The county's responsibility has ----- Proposing amendments. to Section 5 of A/tide II ---33'
been increasing prices have PAULA HAWKINS YES 'r.r" S. ind Section 2 and 5 of Article XI of the State _._..___.__ __ .
skyrocketed: but available money to Rep .
NO Constitution to abolish the Constitution RevisionCommission
maintain roads much less pave new .
ones, has gone down because of In- WRITEINREPRESENTATIVE .
creased debt after the Shall Justice, HEN F. OVKItTON be retained In I office '
-- ? FOR _. .. .. COUNTY ,
repaying project. [ -- a .
= 'A
,t.. AGAINST' S '
''VES. 13 1 ys .- .-._ .... __ \ .
Flori a State Museum '. '." D j 1.. r' or the porpoise "of paving' und niiiiiituiiiiiiK' nmili' .'
.. NO 1F NO 2 op1','olll1l1.1rOllo""rllllluli KVHtiMna and fur utliorItiuful
Annual Open HouseThe .
"" piii'piwcN. UruiirurriCiiunlyHhullliviiulliiirli-.
Florida State Museum's Annual IN CONGRESS .' 1'M to levy un uildilnnuil one. .c'.IIIII" ''wick ffullnti
Open House will be held Sunday. Second Congressional' District ARTICLE I motor'' 1..llInll, Huot'liil.. fuel sold!Bradford. I'(iiin* '
Nov. a, from 1 to Sin the afternoon. (Vet far On*) DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL Proposing I the creation of'Section 23. of Article I I ly and taxed under the pnivlHlonH of Chapter im.Fliiruui '
The public Is invited for a behind- Shall Judge A\NK: ('.\"TIIUS BOOTH 01 the First of the Slate Constitution establishing a constil-i- Slntiilcs.'
ihs-scenes look at the Museum's District' .Court of Appeal be retained)ln office tional right of privacy __ ______-__ _
research collections, ranges and DON 'UQUA i "
fO.m =
laboratories, workshops, and artists' YES f FOR __ .FOR ." ___..ot-_ +"] ,. ..
and paraton' studios B [ :B
p' JOHN R. LeCAI'RA f.:., NO .' .' ., (1 AGAINST : : ,
'I'b ..Museum Is located on the ._ .._ __ AGAINST.=... : ,
University of Florida Campus

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section' October Section. 11180 /I\ t'{enrap TIMES

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Wives, Wage Fight for Fairer TreatmentOf

Correctional Officers in News Media

News media of the stabb- vain. I'am' not bitter, but hope his our opinions against these uninformed
coverage radicals,
for better biased, prejudiced
ing death of Correctional Officer Jim death will pave the way
and whether they are elected officials or ,
control of prisoners quicker
Burke at the hands of a death row In-
mate on October U has sparked the deliverance of death sentences" aavocacy groups. Alter all, it Is the
the -
who are paying price
wives of correctional officers at FSP "Our purpose'in organizing is to the plain, everyday citizens, not the
and UCI to band together in an effortto regain! the dignity,respect, and equal radicals or hoodlums."
get their husbands a"fairer shake"in ,

newspaper and television coverage' Unpublished Letter
of such events.
Letter Writing 'In an effort to get their story before
Sunday afternoon,Oct. 26,saw the the public, the CO group mailed The _
birth of CCCO(Concerned Citizens for CampaIgnUnderWay Telegraph the following letter:
Correctional Officers) when 15 loyal
wives formed the nucleus of what "It would be appreciated If you would
they believe will become an organized publish this article In your paper
group of area citizens not Just CO because The Gainesville Sun rejectedit.
wives who are disturbed by what We would like the public to be
they consider the oversympathetictreatment aware that there are two sides to .
of dangerous/ criminals, media coverage for all correctional every story.
while correctional officers officers" says Martha Nettles,
(sometimes referred to In the press/as elected Sunday as president of CCCO. "Editor Gainesville Sun:

"guards") are portrayed as a"bunchof "We, as wives, feel they deserve fair "This letter Is written In support of
treatment, Instead of constant
red-neck bullies. all the Correctional Officers
harrassment in to do their
trying jobs
of Corrections
employed by the Department -
"The correctional officers aren't under extremely difficult cir-
State of Florida.
even allowed to carry guns to protect cumstances." "Stand by Your Man"

themselves from attacks like the one The CCCO also has a grievance "In the past,few months, a number'of
that cost Jim Burke his life," one of against so-called "advocacy groups"! Inmates have lost their lives at the' Wives of FSP and UCI correctional officer,determined to see that their husbands get"better break In the
the wives said Sunday afternoon., who they feel overplay the' rights''of hands of their fellow inmates, a new media, organised Sunday afternoon with Martha Nettles elected president.Starting their protest letter-

Martha Nettles, whose Indignation Inmates and neglect the rights of the number of serious Injuries have been writing campaign area seated (from left) Virginia Glidlih. Martha Nettles Bobble. Bryant Elmira Thorn-
continued to mount following Burke's unarmed correctional officers. Inflicted by inmate on Inmate, and inmate ton Standing (l-r) Sylvia Underhill, Faye King, Gayle Williams, Susan Bryant.
emotional funeral services at Orange these on Correctional Officer. Now, a
A letter addressed to groups
Park first conceived the Idea of asks: "Does the taxpaying public premeditated murder committed of a Correc- "The employees and relatives of responsible for them being there: welcome change for the correctional.
has been bya
tional Officer and their
officers supporters."We
mounting an organized letterwritingeffort want these prisoners released to the convicted murderer .employees of the DOC are tired of the They are there because 'society': got
In defense of correctional officers street to continue their robbing raping sentenced to death.multiple unfair, biased, prejudiced method of sick and tired of being abused by their are proud of our correctional

and found enthusiastic. stealing, assaulting,and destruc- reporting by (the Gainesville Sun assaulting, raping, robbing murder- officers and certainly feel that their
response from other CO wives. tion of property that costs the tax- which, in our opinion, Is sanctioned, ing, thieving acts. jobs would be much easier if the Sun
thousands of dollars each Fla. State PrisonEmployees condoned and their dedicationand
also joining Jim Burke's payers encouraged by the would acknowledge ,
They are to year? Does the taxpayer want the Graduate publisher, editor, and reporters."We "We insist that the Gainesville Sun loyalty to a thankless, but
widow In her personal campaign prisoners to have all the rights, get its head out of the sand and start necessary job In society."
enlist support for a bill she says was freedoms, free education, tree From CTI are sick and tired of readingthe reporting the true facts. Interview the .
recently introduced by Congressman medical treatment, color TV's, of Corrections has word "guard" in the articles people who know the true facts give The letter was'signed by Martha
of The Department !
Charles Bennett to limit the ability library, and other recreation, when announced that Florida State Prison published. These employees are them an opportunity to be heard, and Nettles, Sylvia Underhill, and Pam
Federal District Courts to grant staysof the Correctional Officer can only ex- Joel S. Bolante, John P. classified as correctional officers, as leave the prejudice and bias out of Tison, all of Starke; Denice Barrett
execution for condemned verbal and employees the SUn well knows. Maybe we should This would be and Susan of Raiford.
pect to receive low pay, Crowe, Danny L. Davis, William D. your reporting. a Bryant,
and call the 'Inmate' a
criminals."I the inmates
abuse from regress
physical advOCacyl, Haefeker, John S. Andrews, Hesley 'convict.
recently lost my husband in the news media, 'prisoner and irresponsible D. Griffis, Bennie O. Hines,James A. *M dinners Include less SiKd w soup
stabbing death, with a sharpenedspoon groups, and uncaring Lawson, Daniel D. Pearson Larry G. "The Gainesville Sun demonstrates Hot Balls sued
by a Death Row inmate at officials? Sullivan,Tommy J.Jervis NathanielA. a lack of empathy for the correctional and k.Crisis
Florida State Prison Mrs. Burke to be Cuffy,Jackie Harvey Hobert S. 'officers who are victims of brutal Any Size
'ifohgressmen "The news media seems eagerto Charles A. Brewer and Ar-
said in writing ,
the accusations and complaints assaults and even murder. When officer ,$389
Legislators members of the Florida publish of these subversive thur A. Boner, participatedIn Burke was murdered by a Death Mom Soft
Supreme Court, and other officials. and individuals.Let's hear from groups some the Correctional Training Instituteat Row Inmate the news article was very Weal
"The man who killed my husband has 'Good fora change. Let's Raiford, Florida. brief and carried on page 104. It rs nSlana
of the Guys'
been Death Row for six years. I Also participating were the Lawtey Drink
on and well known that when an Inmate Is Dinneer $515S
in stand up for our rights express Correctional Institution employees
husband's death was not
hope my ',murdered or Injured, the Incident Is
Geraldine ID. Kelly, Felecla S.,
of front
Thomas, Howard Boyce and Jack L. worthy page coverage.. November <40.<
I Wife Shoots Hubby in Leg Rlckendoliar. S .30
uJ'The! next day a longer article was saga
Enrollment In this minimum standard .
..,.. ,,
\ ',-
A ;family disput te+.4 sulted: in a31yearola ..Hawkins; was talking( to his wife's. curriculu"Is r.gplreld'b9'7a+v.; written, this time on page S. In.LocalRegional Chicken -
JBtarfte man Samuel A. mother on the phone when the The Training institute program Is News, with a pictureof of Is Italian C acclatora

Hawkins, being shot I",-the lower leg shooting took place. taught In conjunction with Lake City the with'alleged only killer'brief reference and a history to officer Dinner $489
by his estranged wife as Hawkins Hawkins ran to a convenience storeon Community College, and the him Festival
Burke and mention of the
talked on the telephone In a phone US-301 to call police, who found a graduates earn nine semester credits no .
? The murderer receives
booth on Madison Street In Starke,ac- bullet hole In the lower part of the for successfully completing the full family. Why P.nnner eb
he In and the
the ,
cording to police records. phone booth and blood on the floor. time, 160 hour course. publicity doesn't rejoices receive word of DaysAt A
even a
Linda B. Hawkins has been charged The program Includes Instruction in ,
Patrolman condolence by the Sun. No wonder 99
Willie Searcy drove
with aggravated assault in the the Criminal Justice System Legal
correctional officers refuse to be in- Tiny 7"ro.
Hawkins to Bradford County Hospital
shooting which took place at 10:45 Aspects of Corrections, Operational ..
where he treated In the terviewed by the Gainesville Sun.
was emergency -
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Procedures, Principles o Supervision "Little
Hawkins,who lives at 326 West Call room and released.' Human Relations and Technical Italy"Restaurant
-Street in Starke,was shot In the lower Searcy then found Linda Hawkins Training Skills which include "The Sun repeatedly publishes ar-
left leg while in a phone booth near and arrested her on the aggravated Firearms, First Aid and Fire ticles and opinions aa to how abused
and mistreated !the Inmates how
assault charge. are; 1
the Eagle Army-Navy Store just west Fighting Techniques.The .
of the Eastern Oil Service Station on Mrs. Hawkins stole a .38 caliber participants will continue their their rights are constantly being 1460 S. Walnut Above Prices
pistol and a letter from the apartmentof violated, and how they are victims of Good Thru Nov
W.Madison Street. His wife drove up training with an additional 160 hours 964-6877
In green Ford pickup truck and shot her husband' according to Lt. taught by regional Instructors, on an society. Hog wash! We are not

him In the leg, Hawkins told Lt. Lane Sibley. in-service basis, at the various correctional
SIbley Investigating officer. Mrs. Mrs. Hawkins was released on a facilities located throughout
Hawkins then drove around the block $2,000 recognizance bond after being Florida. I. ..
and shot at him again Hawkins said. arraigned before Judge Sanders. ...' at

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Page 48 Octobers*.MM

I Hampton Highlights By Phone Dolores 468-1915 Meng !.It..r"

Sincere sympathy Condolence is extended to the cemetery scarecrows amaze Garnet Studer celebrated another e M' 1
leading to a shack containing a coffin,
family of James Vernon 'Bud' Slade, birthday on Oct. U. I Iw
and the reward of a witch distributing .0 era
Sr., who died Oct.: 23 at his home at Halloween candies. Happy Birthday to JessteKeaton on
the age of 71. Among those assisting with this Oct. 29.

scary project were: Donna Mowry. surprise Parties
Baby Shower Doll and Lynn Waters, Randy Davis.
On Oct. Mrs.
Mrs. Friday. M Mary
Nancy Mitzel was honored \
Ron Newman, Mary Jean Newman
Vicari of Graham honored
was on the
Saturday night Oct. 25. with a baby Debbie and Darla Roberts. Harold
shower given at the City Hall and attended Vicki Shef- occasion of her Stth birthday with a
and Alice Faye Waters,
by 16 friends. surprise dinner at the Western Steer
field. Alesia Sheffield. Connie Davis.
Steak House. Among those
The table
refreshment was covered
Ricky Harris and Hank Lett's band. Io
with a white lace cloth and centered celebrating with her were Mr. and %
with a white basket holding yellow Mrs. Bob Brown of Starke; Mr. and Ai
'chrysanthemums. The decoratedcake Fish Fry and Dance Mrs. Edward Clayton and Mrs. Linda .
and the Bill
was served at one end of the The Jerry Wadsworth Baker of Hampton Lake; Mrs. Mary .
table, and the punch was served from Weisner Families enjoyed a the Saturday Starke Taibi Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Griffin Mr. ...- .. I I
fish Oct.25 at
night fry on
the opposite end. and Mrs.Danny Griffis; Mr.and Mrs. f
Golf and Country Club. Then they all
David Gnffis and Mr.
The and Mrs.
honoree was presented with a
an'old fashioned round and .
enjoyed James Griff...all of Graham. -
chair the
baby high by hostesses:
dance, attended by some 130
Myrtice Green, Iris-Hart and square. Angela Meng of Jacksonville was
Charlene Lester. people.Bill honored on the occasion of her 8th bir- \
from Fort Lauder-
thdayd with a Sunday night party at
...11 Hub dale, entertained by. singing songs the home of her grandparents Mr.

The Hampton 4-H Club held their from.Urban band Cowboy.The was comprised of Jody and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hampton .
Lake. Among those celebrating with
meeting Monday evening. Oct. 20. at Wadsworth, Carl Rhoden. John
the home of Mr and Mrs. Harold Sr. Also Angela and enjoying her decorated
Gnder and Wadsworth
Jerry cake were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scog-
Waters. 16 members and 2 adult featured Blue Grass Band from "
was a
leaders were present at the meeting. this area. Then Don Grooms of gins. April and Erik Mr. and Mrs.
Officers elected at this meeting with Martin Meng and Amanda. Mrs.
Gainesville entertained
are: president Doll Waters; vice Carolyn Hunter. Adam and Renee of
of ballads.
president, Vicki Sheffield; secretary, Keystone Heights and Joyce Meng: of
Alesia Sheffield; reporter. Darla Jacksonville. Joyce and Angela
Roberts and recreation director Con- Visitors returned home on Monday after spending -
nie Davis. Weekend guests of the Jerry the weekend here.Brownie Competing with the Students...
Wadsworth Dona and
The next meeting of the 4-H Club is Scott Sullivan family of Valano were Beach. The SouthiMe Elementary Instructional staff got these familiar faces Alday. Linda Smith.
set for Monday. Nov 2, beginning at 7 Scants Into Halloween spirit early by dressing for the school day Lucille Nazworth. Gwen Akrldge. Marjorie Murphy, Bar-
o'clock at the Waters home. If anyone would like to know Friday.Oct.24. The students had a hard time recognizing: bara Brown and Mary Beth Carter.
BirthdaysOn anything about the Brownies (grades
HauniM Path Oct. 10 Hope Archey celebratedher 1-3) or Juniors (grades 4call Mrs.
The Hampton 4-H Club sponsoredthe Jaimee birthday.Paige Hughes celebratedher Padgett, 964-8993 or Mrs. Fenton Southside Elementary SchoolThe
Haunted Path as an added featureof 468-2743.
the Hay Ride which began at the 1st birthday on Oct. 23. The scouts bold their meetings after -
Kevin celebrated his 23rd bir.
Hampton Elementary School Car Meng school from 3430: in the Hampton students in Mrs. Janet children make many
nival Saturday night. Hay Riders thday on Koehler Oct 23.and Travis Kidd both Elementary Cafeteria. They are put- Neighbors' second grade room have jects for their Halloween Prevattis
were treated to guided tours of a turned Misty ting the troop picture on a poster in Disabled VeteransTo enjoyed having Mrs. Dee Canova for thank Mrs. Alday. Mrs.
8 Oct. 28.
on the Florida Bank at Starke. Meet Nov. 4 their teacher during Mrs. Neighbors' especially proud of one student in her
absence. Mrs. Neighbors has been on class who earned straight A's duringthe
PTA Halloween Carnival All members and their families and a trip to Europe with her husband. first six weeks. She Is Shana
The Saturday night PTA Halloween all disabled veterans are invited to at- Mrs.Shanna Smith is the substitute Schmitt, the daughter of Charles and
Carnival held at the school was term- tend the next monthly meeting of the teacher in the second grade room Ida Sue Schmitt. On Halloween Day,
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.. "" Among those winning prizes in the 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Nov. 4, at Air presently on maternity leave. very special treat in store. They are
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2nd grade: ptto George Stokes. Street Starke. excitedly preparing for the HalloweenCarnival. Nursing Home. This program will bea
;; Jr.. Danielle Hersey. Joey Hall.Andy Mrs. Linda Alda Foster Grandparent Program and
Hall. Dewey McClellan Tori Hersey. art coordinator has been helping the should be rewarding to both the
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Carol Roberts. To Meet parents.Southside.
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Hersey, Sandy Friese. Macey American Legion Post 314 will meet New Native American students thank the following peopleand
Tuesday. Nov. 4, at 8 in the
Rhoden.Tony Raines.Clinton Brown. p.m.
Exhibit at MuseumThere businesses for contributing to
Bethel Church annex.Christopher .
Sid Russell. Rhonell Estes, Eddie their Halloween Carnival: Fishin'
Lloyd and Wayne Kenchner. 6th and Is a new exhibit celebratingthe Shack, Stump's, Leila's. Pinehurst
7th grades and older: Diana Cardin. history and culture of Native Grocery, TG&Y., Eckerds Merle
Christina Bunner. Janet Bunner. Americans in the lobby of the Florida Norman Cosmetics, Wynn Dixie,
Stephanie Cardin, Kim Smith anJMichele HeRo, Worldl State Museum. It features clothing, Roy's Grocery, Crown Lumber Mr.
Woods. tools, games,and artifacts from more Merle Dees for city lights, Mr.
Amy Clark won the dirt bike in the than 20 American Indian and Stanwix-Hay Pastry Shop, Jones

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Tammy Peeples were gnren $10 gift The exhibit contains artifacts from Mallards, Bullington's Priest s, Montgomery
savings certificates C the Guarantee tribes representing every region of Ward. Kenwins, Williams,
Federal Bank. the United States: Sioux and Crow Dahmer's
Jewelry. City
Joyce Mitchell won the $100 Winn from the Great Plains; Navaho. Hopi, Barber Shop Hardee's, McDonald's,
Dixie Shopping Spree. 1 Pueblo and Apache from the Andrews, Western Steer, Pizza Hut,
I W. K. McIntyre won the Coleman Southwest Chippewa and Cherokee Office Shop, Bradford County
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Obituaries'- ..- ..- .-

Rachael: L.Schmiege Trowell. Jr. Wallace, Interlachen; 6 grand- with the Veterans Administration In Reinoehl Lyles, of Jacksonville, who
Illness. to Waycross 2 John Tommie
long Moving
children and 3 great grandchildren. Perry Point, Md. He had resided in died Monday, Oct. 20, were held
years ago from California Mrs. for the past Thursday, Oct. 23, In Northshore
Infant Rachael Lynn died Funeral services were conducted at Keystone
Schmtege resident of the sister
former "
was a
besides his he l is Church.
In the Shands Teaching Hospital In Stare area. She was born In John Tommie Trowell, Jr., 49, died 2 p.m. Monday at First Baptist Survivors
survived by one son, 2 grand- Mrs. Lyles, a native of Springdale,
with Rev. James
Gainesville Church Hampton,
Oct. She
Thursday; 23. Jonesboro, Ga. and was a member of Friday In Shands Teaching Hospital
Colo., former
and resident of
nephew. was a
the Starling and Rev, Mark Brown officiating. daughters one
was daughter of Rev. & Mrs. Glen
the fa ith.Survivors after an extended Illness. He was a
Baptist held In Starke, coming here with her
Services were Keystone parentsin
F. Burial was In Santa Fe
Schmiege, pastor of the Christ Church.
Include one niece Mrs. member of the Baptist
1897. She had lived In
with burial In Towson, Maryland. Jacksonville
with Archie Tanner
Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery
Church of
Margaret Lanier of Savannah. Ga.: Survivors Include 2 daughters
since 1912. She is survived by three
Keystone Heights: ana Troweliof Funeral Home in.charge of ar-
and two nephews, T.W. Oliver Darlene Trowell and Beckey daughters, and one son.
Memorial funeral services were Fernandina Beach and A.C. Oliver of New Port, Tennessee; 4 sons, Ron rangements. Interment was In Evergreen
held at id a.m. MondaYJ Oct. 27,In the St. Simons Island, Ga. Trowell of Dade City, Randy Trowellof Mrs. Elsa Reinoehl Lyles Cemetery, Jacksonville: with Corey-
chapel of Funeral 'Mrs. Minnie Lee Payne
ones Trowell of
Graveside services were held at 3 Lakeland, Michael Kerlin
Funeral for Mrs. Elsa Funeral Home in charge.
Home with Rev. Theodore Olsen officiating p.m. Sunday, (Oct. 26: in Crosby Lake Atlanta, Ben Ray Trowell of New services
Interment was In the Cemetery with Rev. Warren Langer Port,Tenn.; 1 brother,Ben Trowell of Mrs Minnie Lee Payne, 88, died
Keystone Heights Cemetery.! officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Lake Butler; 3 sisters, Mrs. Ida Par- Sunday Oct. 26: at Bradford County h ,.
.. Home, Starke, was In charge of ar- rish of Lake Butler, Mrs. Margaret Hospital. Born in Cleburne Count,
Ala., Mrs. Payne moved to
rangements. Timberlake of Elllaville and Mrs. Ef-
Howard, Lee jChaiidoin fie Waldron of Screven, Ga., and S 1974 after living in Rome Ga. for 37 BassPlasters Bobby Bohannon came out in 1st
grandchildren.Funeral years. She was a member of Pediment place, Eddy Bryan placed second
Howard Lee'Clia don! age 79, who Geraldine Tomlinson Todd services were held Sunday, Baptist Church, Pedlmont Ala. Bobby Bohannon also landed the
lived at Hillcrrst,"died In the Alachua Oct. 26, at 2:30: p.m. in Archer Survivors include her husband 1 largest bass. '
General Hospital Sunday following a Mrs. Geraldine Tomlinson Todd,20, Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.Jake James Albert Payne, Starke, 3 : In behalf of the Club I would like to
long illness. Born In Brevard County died Thursday in Shands Teaching Thomas officiating. Burial followed in daughters, Mrs. Gladys Powell and ".'"." congratulate these two Bassmastersfor
Feb. 28, 1901,. Mr.Cahudoin moved Hospital after an extended illness. Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Archer Mrs. Harold Colston, both of Starke By Neil Crawford hanging in there. (I'm sure that
here in 19B7! from LaGrange Brevard She graduated from Union County Funeral Home of Lake Butler in and Mrs. Dorothy Hamer of Perry line is fitting because I'm sure they
County. He was a retired carpenterand High School in 1978, and was a charge. Ga.; 6 grandchildren and one great Saturday, Oct. 4, the Bradford stayed hung up.) .,
a member of the LaGrange.Bap- member of Johnstown Baptist grandchild.Funeral Bassmasters had their monthly tour- Bobby is one of our newest
list Church. Church. James Vernon Slade, Sr. services were held at 3 nament on Orange and Lochloosa members. Eddy has been a member
Surviving are his wife Thelma E. Survivors Include her husband pm. Tuesday at the First Baptist Lakes. The Hydrilla Is awfully bad In before, but moved out of town. He just
Cahudotnr'2 sons,. Robert W. Chau- Dean Todd of Lake Butler; her James Vernon Bud) Slade, Sr. 71 Church,Starke with Rev. Ben Bryant these two lakes. Joey Riggs and Don returned about 3 months ago.
doin of Fitzgerald, Ga., & James E. parents, Mr. it Mrs. Charles Tomlinson Hampton, died Thursday Oct. 23. officiating Rev. Warren Langer Spencer fished together. Joey says Earl Muse had him a route all
.Chnudoln of Oak Hill, Fla.; 6 grand- of Lake Butler; 4 sisters Mrs. Born in Bradford County,. Mr. Slade assisting. Burial was In Crosby Lake you can move about in a boat but you figured out how to get to the St Johns
children and 3 great grandchildren. Janet L. Varnes of Lake City Mrs. owned and operated a produce Cemetery, with Archie Tanner don't have any place to fish. River only one object stood m his
Funeral services were held at 11 JoAnn Trowell Darlene Tomlinsonand business until his retirement. He was Funeral Home In charge of ar Joey says Don Spencer fell in love way-U.S. 301. Says if he could'jump
a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, In the Linda Carol Tomllnson all of of the Baptist Faith. rangements.E. with Orange Lake. He says Don wantsto 301 with his boat then he would have
LaGrange Baptist Church with the Lake Butler; 1 brother, Charles Survivors include his wife, Mrs. have the November In Orange. fairly good going down Orange Creekto
pastor, Elder George R. Sledd, of- Tomlinson, Jr. of Lake Butler, and Gertrude Slade, Hampton; 2 sons. Leon Hicks Boats were launched at the County Rodman, then go through thelocks
ficiating.. Burial was in the LaGrance her maternal grandparents, Mr. & James Vernon Slade, Jr.'of Jackson- E. Leon Hicks,of Keystone Heights, landing. At good day light all the boats Into the St. Johns River.Says he plans
Cemetery with arrangements under Mrs. F.M. Brown of Plant City. ville, Donald Slade of Hampton, 3 brother of Mrs. John E. Davis, began to churn the Hydrilla. to make that run the next time we go
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones day.Satur brothers, Lester Slade, Hampton Keystone Heights, died suddenly Sun I understand Elwood Smyth cut to the Hydrilla patch to have a tourna
Funeral Home. : at Lake, Avery C. Slade, Fairbanks, day of a heart attack. several paths through the lake with ment.
Johnstown Baptist Church with Rev. Trubie Slade. Starke; 6 sisters, Mrs. Born in Chestertown, Maryland, his 200 Black Max said the Hydrilla All kidding aside, Earl can back up
Ella K. C.F. Durrance and Rev. Michael Nor- Elvis Rigdon Hampton, Mrs. Eva Mr. Hicks was a graduate of gave no problem for him while running his bass talk with some big trophies
Swinyer man officiating. Interment will followin Allen, Palatka, Mrs. Martha Hendry, Washington College was a World War just couldn't find a place to fish. that he has won. ,i;
Mrs. Ella K. Swlnyer;age 88, died Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direc- Jacksonville. Mrs. Allie Mae Schup- veteran and for a number National It was a bad day for most of the m
Saturday in the Baptist Retirement tion of Archer Funeral Home of Lake per Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs.Jessie MaeWhitfield worked with the Citizen's Bassmasters,only two came out smil Bass wishes
Village, Waycross, <<;Ja.1 following a Butler. Hampton, Mrs. Myrtice, Bank, Baltimore, Md. Later he was ing. Nell Crawford


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FES Announces aminers and Is a member of Rev. Mark Woodsto

numerous professional organizations. speak at Raiford
New Sales Rep These Include: ASHRAE, the

I FES, a major manufacturer of Industrial American Institute of Plant Holiness Revival.
News BriefsCars
refrigeration packages head- Engineers the International Associa- Center
quartered in York Pa., has named tion of Refrigeration Warehouses, the
Rex Brown of Starke, son of Mr. and International Institute of Ammonia
Mrs.George Brown of Kingsley Lake, Refrigeration, and the Refrigeration Rev. Mark Woods will be the
4I as sales representative for its products Research Foundation, where he speaker at the Raiford Holiness
CollideIn Dog Dashes Out. in the Southeastern area. Announcement serves on the refrigeration engineering Revival Center, Sunday, Nov. 2, 7:30:
was made by Dick Watson committee.
DrivewayA Causes Car to WreckA FES vice president of sales.A Brown began his career as a sales p.m.Everyone Is cordially Invited to attend -
backed Into another car with for Dunham-Bush, Inc., and .
car dog ran In front of a car and was professional engineer registeredIn manager
+ $240 damage to the cars involved withno struck and killed but caused $2,500 11 Southeastern states, Brown Is was employed as a project engineerby .
one Injured Wed. Oct. 22, at 5:20 damage to the automobile which president of Industrial Refrigeration FES in the screw compressor pro-
p.m. at the Pine Forest Apartments wrecked Wednesday Oct. 22, at 1:30 Equipment Inc.. Starke, and lives gram. He is a graduate of 'The applause of a single
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parking lot off SR-lOOat the west city a.m. on CR-238, 50 feet east of CR- with his wife Diane and two sons at Alfred I. DuPont High School in human being' great
limits of Starke. 245A in Providence.On 756 W. Market Road. Jacksonville, and Purdue Universitywith consequence.Samuel Johnson
Police report showed a 1976 one In the car was Injured. Brown is also certified by the Na- a BS degree in mechanical
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backed up and struck the Sharp car In 25 feet in a ditch, then struck culvert
t the left side.Patrolman. causing the car to overturn and come FOOD
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Police records show a 1972 Pontiac
sedan operated by June Jarvis Lee, super prices! super buys! X161 r r '

24. of Starke, was travelling north on t i s>tnlr H
S Walnut St. when a 1978 Dodge van I nrlwouiH

driven by Simmie Andrew Williams $ Wintuk _- +e, NRWt A .AI runo9id
41; it Waldo pulled into the path of -r ,
the "-ari \tIGLE, / auod bolnuadJbotsq
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\ rotation of right of way. j 5 1 d1aI1 1,11EgTO

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with' $200 damage to the vehicles Sun. & Mon.appy KNIT POLOS SPORT SHIRTS FLANNEL PJ's ORION '
im"Ived, and no one was injured 34.88 87 77 46.88 SOCKS I"" ,,'
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intersection of US.301 and SR-loo in WA4JS* WAS-MM OUR I DISCOUNT PRICE WERE.M4-.
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m. lei tractor.trailer loaded with logs
operated by William Clifton Jeffers ':

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from SR,100 onto US-301 turned too us. \ ti
wide and a 1978 Pontiac sedan drivenby tr : f

"'ynthis Perry, 21. of Keystone '1illd.jt C.IJ (f':'
Heights was turning left from SR-100
onto US-301 The back of the logs according ...r-.' I 10 nn' \'.\ .", ,rI '
to the police report struck the _
side of the Perry car. a
Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson cited
Jeffers for turning too wide.

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Lawtey Newsby Community News 1

Elizabeth Terry We are sorry! : to report that Mrs. by Elizabeth G.Walker Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:
Phone 782-3300 R.H. Futch Isn t getting along well at phone 964-9683 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor-
PERSONALS: all. Some of her girls or the son haveto
We are happy to report that Mr.and stay with her night and day. Veterans Cemetery Clean up and Conference will start at Greater
Mrs. P.O. Brown's aunt, Mrs. Neta Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston and Decoration Nov. 10/11. The miniature Grant Memorial AMB!: Church, 5533
Brown of Starke, Is recovering nicely son, Vernon, of Little Rock, Ark.,and flags are here for the decorating Gilchrist Road, Jacksonville. Rev.
after surgery Sunday night in Mr. arttf Mrs. Pat Henry and Dennis I graves of veterans. Commander C.S.H'Hunter, Jr., pastor. Nov. 6-9.
Alachua General Hospital. Thompson,attended the 25th Wedding Royal Is asking all veterans to please All AME Churches In this area will be
Pastor David Brown spent Monday Anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. cooperate; In this activity. This Is the attending. A new conference year will
until Wednesday with Mrs. Brown, Charley Mosley of Highland on activity of Post 314. start Nov. 16 for all AME Churches in
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Wednesday Oct 22. Thank.glvlng'Servlce: The Brad- this area.
and Mrs. Douglas Brown and son, of ford County Christina Missionary and
Chilhowe,. Va., their son-in-law and CHURCH ACTIVITY Literary Society will have a New Bethel Baptist Church
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Grace United Methodist Thrift Shop Thanksgiving Service Wednesday Wednesday night, Oct. 29, 7:30: Rev.
Holman and daughter of Chilhowe, will have a Yard Sale In the church before Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, at stor of Greater Bethel
Va., their son and daughterInlawMr. anddaughter yard on Saturday, Nov., at 9:30: a.m. Mt. Calvary Baptist Church 8 p.m. Gainesville and congregation willconduct
and Mrs. Tim Brown You are invited.Mr. services at New Bethel. Fri-
of Hillville, Va. After spending PERSONALS AGAIN and Mrs. Clifford Kelly enJoyed day, Oct. 31, Rev. C.A. Calvin and
more than two weeks with the Mrs. David Kelly and Justin of the visit of old time friends over congregation will conduct services.
families Mrs. Brown returned homeon Jacksonville spent the weekend with the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jones of The Masonic Family will be present,
Wednesday with Pastor Brown. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- Waldo. also.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith's foster The Heroine will meet Wednesday.
children, Mary Anderson, Lisa, ell.Mr.. and Mrs. Willie Green of Starke Nov. 5 at 4 p,m. The Deputy will be Church of God In Christ Sunday
Stephanie Rhonda and Michael Starl- visited Miss Elizabeth Terry on Fri- Commissioners HonoredTwo there to Install officers. All membersare School 930.: YPWW :30.: You are in
ing went with Derrell Prevatt and his day afternoon. Retiring asked to be present. vited.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Prevatt toa Mrs. Earl Troxell la spending two Dell Chapter 168 OES members are Church: of Cod of Prophecy: Sunday
Halloween Party Friday Club weeks in Jacksonville with her County Commissioners who will close out their asked to meet Saturday at 6:30: Nov. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
which was sponsored by the C.B. daughter Mrs. David Kelly and terms on November 7 were honored at the annual appreciation 1, with the Deputy for important In- a.m. Evening Worship 7:30.:
of Hampton.Mr. 'Justin, while her husband. 2nd Lt. : dinner boated by the Bradford Cooperative Extension formation.
and Mrs. Jim Haga and familyof David Kelly of the National Guard, Is service In the agricultural building Monday night. Notice! Saturday before the second Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap-
Jacksonville attended Prayer in Germany. Board chairman Dave Shuford (second from right) was Sunday In Nov. (Nov. 8) Joe Cephus tist Church: Church activities start
Meeting at First Baptist Church In Lynn Boch and daughter, Jenny of presented a plaque by County Agent Bob Taylor lor his 16 Johnson will preach at Lawtey every I.I.miiy with Tiny Tots rehearsal.
Lawtey on Wednesday night. We were Alachua visited with his mother Mrs. years of continuous service to agriculture and home Recreation Center 7:30.: Proceedswill Senior rehearses 7:30.: Tuesday
happy to have them with us. Brother Daisy Boch: and grandmother Mrs. economics In Bradford County go toward completion of the Prayer Meeting. Wed. McKay and
Jim brought the message for us. Nellie Wilkinson, on Saturday after Commissioner Hair Paulk, ending her second term on center. Lee Circles will meet at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith's foster noon. the board was presented a plaque by Lowell Parrlsh Thanksgiving Day at 7:30: there will Blye Circle will meet at the church.
girls attended a Halloween Party at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs attendedthe multi-county 4-11 extension agent for"outstanding leader- be a singing program featuring the Thursday 7:30: Story Hour at the
Pine Level on Friday night. play "A Mad Without a Country" ship and service" to agriculture and home economics,and choir of the community at church. Friday the choir will sponsora
Mrs. Marian Half of Jacksonville Christian Academy in 4-H." Philadelphia Baptist Church. Proceeds Halloween Carnival. Saturday &.:30
spent Wednesday until Saturday with Jacksonville on Friday night. Their will be used toward completionof Sunday School Teachers meeting
her sister, Mrs. O.J. Anders.Mr. daughter Christina was in the play. the center.Macedonia. Sunday School 9-30,11 a.m. there will
and Mrs. James Bowman and Mrs. Ruby Barber of Ocala visited Freewill l Baptist Church be a political rally. All churches are
son Bryan spent Sunday afternoonwith Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday pastor and members will attend the Invited. Refreshment will be served.
their brother-in-law and sister, afternoon. East Florida Conference that will
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Cahan and familyof Mrs Fred Moore was a Sunday din- begin Nov. 5 with a pre-opening ac-
Baldwin. ner guest of her son-in-law and tivity. The business session starts Philadelphia Baptist Church:
Mrs. D.O. Brown drove the school daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Tom.Casey of Thursday through Sunday in Palatak. Saturday 7:30: the Senior Choir anniversary
bus for the 5th grade to go to Channel Starke. Macedonia Ushers and Choir will will begin. Sunday School
4 In Jacksonville Friday to tape a film Mrs. Mabel Boyette returned home serve Sunday.Mt. 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 3
entitled "Its Elementary' to be from Jacksonville Sunday after spending Zion AME Church Rev. Nichols p.m. the Choir anniversary will con-
shown here on Dec.20 at 11:30: a.m. It a week there. a pastor, will have service Sunday at 11 tinue. Various Choirs will appear.
is a Children's Program. 19 students Andy Harvey of Perry visited Mr. a.m. Rev. Mitchel will preach. You Ebezener Baptist Church: Revival
went and it was enjoyed by all. Some and Mrs. Larry Norman on Saturday.Mr are invited. began Monday will Oct. 27.
of the parents went with them. : and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended Pleasant Grove United Methodist Evangelist Clarke \ preach nightly
iClr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and the late Joe and Maude Starl Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Com- beginning at 7 p.m. The public is In-
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy ing-Reunion at Gold Head Branch munion Service 3 p.m. All membersare vited.
Ceballos and daughters, Mrs. Mary Park on Sunday. Invited to cooperate with this ac. First Born Church of The Living
Menotte, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mrs. E.". Dowling was a Sunday tivity. God: Tuesday 7:30 Bible Study. Friday -
Wheeler, were Sunday dinner guestsof dinner guest of her nephew and niece, Ml. Morlah United! Methodist Tarrying Service. Sunday School
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal. After dinner Church: Choir No. 1 rehearsing Wed. 10a m. Morning Worship 11:30.: Even-
Crapse, Sr. The occasion was to they carried her to Green Cove Spr- night, 7 p.m. Sunday School 9:30.: ing Worship 7:30.:
celebrate Bruce Crapse and Mrs. ings to visit her husband Mr. E.J. Communion Service 11 a.m.
Beatrice Ceballos' birthdays.Mrs. Dowling, who is in the nursing home
D.R. Brown visited her there. .. II
mother, Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and her The Military Civilian Community
sister, Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Relations of the Brevard Area SUZUKI STARKE
Keith of Jacksonville on Sunday after- gathered at the home of Col. and Mrs.
noon. We are happy to say that Mrs. Wm Wilson on Friday night and had HWY 301 S
Ivey was able to come home from cocktails and dinner Saturday, Oct. 964-6020
Riverside Hospital on Saturday.J.C. football tiP, w w.. sr.7 SUZUKI STARKE
25. All of them went to a game ..
Prevatt, Jr. was a Wednesday In Gainesville.
dinner guest of his mother Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allender Mr. Working for the Community...
Prevatt and his brother-in-law and and Mrs. George Grodhaus Mr. and 1974 RV125 450
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- Mrs. Walter Dobsen, of Titusville Teenage residents of the Tom Sawyer House on t'S-301: :\ south of Slurke work
Alston Mr. andMrs. Saturday sprucing up the Starke Woman's Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy 1976 RM100 495
man.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Smith and M.M. Buchanan,Judge and Mrs. The teen volunteers Included Lisa Jean Buckets Amll Drury. Cora lynn

daughters, Mrs. .Virgil Griffis of Roger Dykes Mr.. Wesley House of Terry McElleney. Mark Woolard Scott, Renfroe, Linda Llper. counselor. Kim, .._,. ,1974 CB750 Hondar
Palatka and Mrs. .Cindy White of Cocoa, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Bob Lawton, Kingsley, counselor Ruby Hersey. "i" "" '
Starke were Sunday dinner guests of of Cocoa Beach, Mr:and.Mrs.Georget.Lewis i. / **rhe" teenagers.were: worWng. a ,jpnrl of- -Tom: Sawyer! House :volunteer each pro- *. ; 'Loaded'
their mother, 'Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonand of Cocoa Beach Col.and Mrs Jt'c1 for community benefit:Eighty I IiiurSotyofunteer VwrH-WTeVUred' or r { Exc.: cond.
sister, Mrs. Daisy Boch. Hal Boyle, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Walter resident. The Tom Sawyer Uoime resident are available! tot other community
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer Mr. and Brocado. Mr. and Mrs. (Art) Hicks, projects. They help for Instance. In the Woman's Club clean-up campaign.
Mrs. Lee Casey and daughter, Tara, Col and Mrs. Joe McClure, Lt. Col. /. 1975 Honda Super Sport 1600
of Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Mrs. Tom Morris of Satellite Former Clerk Defends ActionHart I
Casey of Starke Mrs. Fred Moore, Beach Mr. and Mrs. Orlando II
and Mrs. Terse Wood, attended a birthday Brillente, Gen. and Mrs. David Jonesof called the Telegraph Wednes-' council members'take office Im- I
party at tho home of Mr. and Indatlantic Beach, Mrs. Mary Mac- SPECIAL
to issue a statement mediately.
Mrs. Mickey Moore for their Millan of Cocoa, Bill Clarke, Mr. and
about the records problem."All "Gordon was supposed to come by
Tresha, who was one year Nathom Friedland, Mr. and city Now
daughter Mrs. Lay Away
of the records were put In a box my house to pick up the records butdidn't
old on Saturday. Refreshments of Mrs. W.D. Webb, Milbourne. Mr. and at all Hart New GS750ET
and given to Wadsworth Hart says. contact me says.
cake and ice cream were served. Mrs. Janson Davis Mr. and Mrs. "Other records were to be put in a box "I kept the books the way they were (Go-Carts) 3 models
Henry Hodges and Miss Vivian Dave Nisbet, of Merritt Island Mrs. ".
to be given the auditors and were supposed to be kept, Hart says.
Crawford attended Stock Car Racesin Charlotte Hllsner\ also of Merritt marked 1979-80 records." 'I have done,nothing to be ashamedof Financing Available$2550
Jacksonville on Saturday night. Island Mr. and Mrs. Donald Engle,of "The City Charter provides that the ," Hart says.
and Mrs. Charles
Palm Bay Judge City Clerk serve until the first Fridayin
of Mr. and Mrs.
Rieders Rockledge. October" Hart .
sworth of Starke. fact and the charter provides that

Brooker PTA held one of Its' best 19'8,1
Halloween Carnivals ever this past
Oct. 18. A;large crowd showed for the
chicken aYid rice dinner- ,,
haunted house fireman's dunk 14 0W07 P TRUCKSALE
Items, parade/Country store sweet @ SH
shop, football toss, duck pond, pies i ij
hayride; milk bottle,caricatures,ring 5 So. on 301 across the RR Tracks,
toss, tunnel, darts. Cakewalk and hotdog
next to Crown Central Lumber'Inc.pV' ,
stand. ...

school lir- OJV j.. Custom Built
The .would like to thank the
many. many- people Involved who ,cjg: Cypress Buildings 1981F100.133"" W.B.
worked very hard, the PTA officers 9 Green Houses. Utility Bldg.
the parents the community and the O\C:;!: Stock #T291-White

teachers 5150 GVW Package Knitted Seat
A special thanks also to the large eA-Ag
number of stores and businesses who Q'00lbxe j Gauges r Power Steering: Power Brakes
.. \
donated make the Items carnival and. success.merchandise to \\\\'i, -....4. I Cigar Lighter-Step Bumper-AM Radio ,

300,Six.. 4 Speed Overdrive Trans..

Also a thank you to the Bradford :--_, ((5)) p215/75R 15.1 Radial. 689500 -
for advertising the "
County Telegraph 1 Why not use t It lora ';"'. ... HWY
carnival. -- ;:::: 21 CITY 20 List 7895.00
Brownie troop 2, led by Mrs. Kathy Utility bldg., Pump Drive Out *

Hobbs and Brownie troop Jrs. led by Hou... Ployhout a .. ........... ... ... ..... ....... ....... ..... ..... .. ...... ... .. ... ..... .......
Miss Corriene Weidenthol meet every Lawn Mower Garage ,
Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 4:30: p.m. Both or many other ui*>. i- 1981 Flareslde-:117" W.B.
groups have been busy travel- (Nomaln'anonc.naadad) -=-- Stock 4T2910 Silver w/Maroon
Festival floorCREW 7050
Ing to the Friendship camp- With shingle root < wood
Ing, roller skating, and are looking Deluxe Two-Tone-Knltted Seat

forward to doing drive a puppet annual show, Drive Out Sliding Rear Window Power Steering

magazine & Brakes .
QSP sales. .Cigar Lighter Step Bumpter, ,

I IAtUGAI.OR Lilt 8095.00 AM-FM Stereo 300 Six I 3 Speed .1
I On Tuesday Oct. 28: grades 3, 4, 5 f
of Brooker Elementary held NCH. : 18 CITY : 20 HWY :
and 8
I their Presidential Elections. Mrs. !qfJI.; :'R .. : ....... .......... ; .......u. .:. ... ........' "'*. .,...,. ......., l
Ezzels 6th grade class did research on .3010901.,\; .U'r"' ': 11981 MOO-117" Explorer Package ;
I John Anderson, Jimmy Carter and ''' 'lr./I/ s ,p", ,(o i.. n Sstock
views . 2909, Raven '';
Ronald Reagan, and their on i.\ '..
the different Issues. An assembly was {Special Chrome Package Knitted ,Vinyl ;
I I held with Tim Davis playing the role ISeat-Gauges-Slldlng Rear Window-Power 7995 00;: I
I of John Anderson Teresa Crews as t" i

Jimmy Carter, and Prlscllla Welch as Steering A Brakes-Air Conditioning ft .. ''', !
Ronald Reagan. Precincts were set .
for each grade with students going Tinted! Glass-P215 WSW Radlals.AM-FM I Drive Out :* J.
up .'. .:.''' : ":- V'i-'i ''' '' ... ,
through the voting process. ]Stereo Radio-Chrome Step Bumper S List 9195.00

Students involved with the researct 1 s 300 Six 4 Speed" Overdrive '

were: Tim Davis, Suzanne Dyal 121 CITY. 28 HWY4Includest

David Duane Mott Hamilton Michael, Sherri Smith.Harrell Pam, 11 1 :: Servlce-Fla.: ..Sales Tax r Tag *. Title Fees .'

Brewer Wlllingham Teresa Drawdy.Crews Tish Joel Absolutely/ Everything Except Finance Charges If Applicable.

Gosh, Audrey Pierce Randle Smith. ; '
Joy VeUenga. Priscilla Welch, Jer- "ri i :: fif J 't$ .
role Mace, Donna McDavid. Thomas TERWILLECAR MOTORS
Moon, Debbie Parrlsh, Daniel I '
'Good rC ndi-tiOrl, :
Peoples and Tammy Thomasonr; a
The results were Anderson 36 "
votes Reagan 27 votes and Carter 17 s s t


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; r" County Ads oeAzsw l lWANTED ARCHITECTURAL.CO.ORDINATOR. Includes OFFICE $300 near month.down Keystone Phone $6664 473-4038 per or NEW efficient 3BR home 2BA on energy wooded ALCOHOLIC Closed meeting ANONYMOUS Monday 8

typing' and architectural 473-4367 after 6 p.m. hall...,. lot paved p.m. Open meeting, Friday
specifications. Phone lor CH/A W/W
ttnchg 11/20 street .8 p.mi Alonon' Monday

appointment. Don Morgan. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- carpet $39,900. Swan Lake 8 p.mi Matson Monday 7

4732662. Itchg 10/30 Keystone Heights, owner Estate, Lot 23 'located' on p.m. All meetings In

PERSONAL PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE OPPORTUNITIESPUPS financed 10 percent Interest. SR-26, 2 miles east ol Educational Building Community
Melrose Office Lot 2.
sand on Church tfnchg
SERVICES Boat Lots on clear
SERVICES Fishing Jesse Keene Builders
WANTIDt I or :3 bedroom FARMLAND 7 acres at Lake 14 It. fiberglassw10 FREE to good home. bottomed lake, priced to 10/2.
475.2123. 2tchg 102330.
horn on small lot In Lake CUSTOM MADE radiator, batteries, Butler some highway Iron hp Johnson motor Mostly lab. 475.1379. tpd sell from 9000. One to ''PLUMBING REPAIRS.-Larry

Butler area Will consider DRAPERIESFreeestimates. car... steel cast Iron tage. $18,000 by owner and 10lbI thrust 10/30 live acres overlooking lake Teague Plumbing

Mobil. Horn or mall vacant Local newspapers and pecans. call Frank at 496-3247 alter Mlnlkoto Trailing motor CHESS LESSONS by expert (access available) with MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN 473-1313. tlnchg I 10/23

lot. Call 496-3883. distributors lor completely Can make pickup Please 7:30p.m.2tchg: 10/3011/6. Qatar Tilt trailer lor small I... $1 per hour nice trees Irom 3500.
2lpd 10/23 10/30. washable nationally call 496-2773. Hours 9 a.m. lor children $2 per hour $500 down, $50 a month LEGION REDUCE safe and 'fait' with

advertised Gordselle to 5 p.m. Monday Thursday $700.00Call lor' adults. 473.3280. 2lpd' Commercial frontage- HAIL SR.21. Sat. 7 p.m.-. GoBese Tablet A E-Vop
and Friday. Saturday 174 VEOAt $350 'Investment opportunity. "water pllli." Andrews
Draperies. SAW Enter 10/30.11/6 Sunday 2-3 p.m. Public Invited
FOR RENT prises. Ed or loma 9.1 p.m. Evening call negotiable. Camper top lor I. 431.1640 altar 4:30 SR21N. Owner-salesman tlnchg 10/9 Pharmacy Keystone
long bed pick-up, excellent tfnpd 473-4373. tfnchg 10/2
Stophoni. 4962219. 782.3029. TFN Want To Help WHEELER DISCOUNT APPLIANCES Heights. 10/23 2tpd
condition $150 negotiable.Call
SIBOTFN.CRAWFORD'S. my Farmers Beat between 1030.
Fenced yard and hot 496-3287 or 496.3123 5X5SOLICITOR quality only. You are Invited Keystone and Melrose Is
24XM MOBIL HOME 3 meals. Janice Noegel alter 5 p.m. 10/9 TFN. The W.oh.r'The to visit our kennels.
bedroom. 2 bath c.n'.1h.ol COMMERCIAL 4962510. 10/23 BLOCK HOME. 3 bedroom 2 I Federal Crop Insurance 475.1228. moving to 120 S. Lawrence, CARS
EXTERMINATING CO. Serving lor Gainesville Sun lor Keystone. Phone 473-2689,
and air. Furnished 11/14. bath sunken living room Corp., an agencyol WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN TRUCKS
$265 per month unfurnished homes, business In JAMES I. JOHNS) will not bo 17 acres. Phone 752-8029 newspaper subscriptionsIn the U.S. Department ol ttnchg 10/2 6tchg 10/23-11/27
$200 per month plus Union Bradlord responsible lor debts (no collect calls.) locatednear Starka, lake Butler Agriculture would like toInterview laXER AKC PUPPIES-lawn
and Oct. 1972 CADILLAC Sedan deVllle.
496-3986 Col- Friday Saturday
d.poilt. Hwy 241. Phone Countl.i. Providence. 4tpd 10/9 Keystone Heights, Sales
potential block mask $130.
lect. 7/3 TFN CHG.NEIGHBORHOOD. mad by anyone other 31 and Nov. 1. 16" child'sbike All extra Excellent
282-1626 TFN 10/16. Hawthorne. Melrose,
than hlmsell. 1030. and Service r.pr.s.ntativ.s Keystone Heights area. condition.
YARD appliances, toys, $1.650.
TWO BEDROOM TRAILER InPowell's SALE Friday Oct. 31 2tchg 10/23 10/30. BRICK HOME on 1.2 acres. 3 Waldo and surrounding lor Its "ALL RISK" 473.3512. 4tchg 10/9.10/30 space heater RC 4734679. 2lchg 1030.116

Mobile Horn STANLEY PRODUCTS, ladles bedroom 2 bath areoi. Crop! Insurance In Union TRUCK TOPPERS.-$199 and CB and 197B TOYOTA
Reference' through Sunday Nov. 1, 8 airplanes antenna CELICA Sip.
: Vlllago. and] a.m.6pm... 4 miles east to buy or sell Stanley Pro. fireplace, carpeted. 1,800sq. Gainesville Sun and surrounding counties $239. All sizes, styles and base. Immokalee Road A/C. AM, FM stereo, lilt-
deposit required. Itchgj ducts. Phone 496-2322 or loot living area. 401 S. Walnut St. In colors. 473.4521. tlnchg
10/30. ol lake Butler on SR 100 Prefer Experience : follow signs Itpd 10/30 back sun roof low
Butler 4963093. llpd 10/30. $50.000. Brooker 483-1474. Storks 964 8170 Commission Sales 10/16 $4
MOBILE HOME two Box 595. Lake 10/9 TFN.MOBILE REFRIGERATORS-WASHERS- mileage ,9SO. 473-7047.
Phone 496-3687. Itchg Insurance I Itpd 10,30
bedroom with screened
1976 JEEP
porch on acre lot. Water don Camelot 14X60 two Farming and
SCRAP METAl'St CONTACT Chests-Dining living L.vl package, 6 cyl.. loft-
furnished. $100 a month. INSURANCE bedroom one bath. $400 : 'furniture. All I AND DRESSERS $25
Classified Ads veryreasonable.
Phone 4963907. Itch; 490 SW 3th St. Lake Butler Federal Crop Insurance top. 4737047. Ilpd 10'30
equity and take over and Couches and
160 S. lake
Ave.. lake up
1030. Cash In your hands 'for gets results Phone 3621013. 1978 DIESEL RABBIT 2-door
Phone : chairs from $23.
aluminium Butler. 4963978. Complete payments. tlnchg 10/16 Bunk
cant. Cop. Deluxe model
your Insurance Service. TFN 4311366. Itchg 10/30. 10/30 IIchoYOU 25" COLOR TVB-track beds, $60 and up. Dinettes
50 4 speed sun roof
stereo and phonograph; Irom $35. Beosley' mpg.
AM. FM stereo cassette,
also 19" black and whit. Bargains 473-4321. Itchg
A. C. Excellent condition..
television with stand. 10/30
36.000 miles. S6.195 or
Phone 473.3666. 2tchg 1 mUCK TOPPERS $199." Have best .
offer. 377 6822.Gainesville. .
102330. 36" side windows, with

MAY HAVE MISSED THESE BRUNSWICK "RANCHERO" bubble windows-$229. 10.30-11 2tchg

4'x6" pool table, all accessories Beasley' Bargains.

and some extras 4734521. Itchg 10,30


Alcourt Sunfish Sailboat, and up. Refrigerators' Irom

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S $300. 473-2043. Itpd 10/30 $85. Space heaters, $75 FOR GOLD. sterling. .

PALOMINO MARE $330 14 and up. Beasley Bargains jewelry diamond, coin.

hands. Two mare ponies 4734521. Itchg 10/30 Will visit your home

$200 each. Good with anywhere. 3765235. Mr. I

GAINESVILLE SUN children., 473.7147. Itchg PERSONALSERVICES Rittman.' Phone collect

10/30 tlnchg 10 9

; 3'/iHP GO-KART. Two. WE BUY used 'furniture, appliances .

seater. Cash only $125. and aluminum
Phone 4733056. Itchg work kitchen truck 'opp.... Phone

CLASSIFIED SECTION. 10,30 Cabinets and tHm 4734521. tlnchq 10 16

TRUCK TOPPER for sale. carpenter Reasonable WORK YARD OR HOUSEwork

SI 50. 473.3549. Itchg prices. Call Ed Dempsey at or babysitting.Good .

10/30 4732477. tfnchg 10/2 references
1972 2BR ISA MOBILE 473-1720 4tpd

Shop The Sun's Classified section HOME. Excellent condition PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN. BABY SITTER NEEDED lor

furnished many extras. TING and wallpapering.Phone 2monthold. Monday.

5500. Call Gene 4732477. tlnchg Wednesday and Friday.

Reese Realty. 473-7076. 10/2 8.5. Holidays oil 473 2697

day for values. Itchg 10/30 21chg 10 23FOR
every great shopping . .
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,. .. 1977 Dodge pickup; 3000

Ford tractor with equipment

ALUMINUM 6Cray. ROOM ATTAACTIVB-eNCHOEiriC PAftTt OKI T.PM3MTION' : 16 cu. It. upright Starke Ads 0 I
_n.c. ewn "end Persons to b*'hutntin teased eat and bavwflta. Must btancad freezer ii
964 5798.
tool.. ..o.rl.ne.d gn1V head Apolv In p rfMn,.....3/5rllf .*% erlcN Equ_t expwMeow. ". ftpd ". ., ,ll? I N.. 1 iN l- )II;
....97.'. 12o w. Unlv-jnMty <. ....,. ref5n' c...")a-5310 --- .1030a..rrr.r.a.r.awr..IM ..rn.rlN' nr'inn' I ... "I..U 'mlT oh.,014a. '

COM "N'ONW"NTIIO ; .)c raRl'IIN .OT_.. ....... .. ., :II. 01" ., 11
:1 .
To .or.p
My/ *>in and Care for my elder'1r QPO ChrlitlsM*f CH ilov
mottwr. Good r nc... Call In atartta ara. Call tsect, Hour ;theb.ew.err OokO. M""rnc..
5-oli n..:J .;. pow *4HIS4X. Call .a.r.a a mvenlnn.
COCk TA/L WA/TRetasr ..C..IIT..VNIIIIO.O SHIRT Potassium
Welters, mtraf wMom. .kIrt PNMelerllrea/dent No Client, calls ploaaa. Apply' In
thrvPrl. t : '.= SharM.ndggUIW..L5 t Bat ton; Cran's Cl,* tra.
ono SW ,3th StCASHIKHSALCS. No=c.II.. Call .art>.r.. 377-7077 .11 N.23rd .,..d. QUAKER OIL HEATER with CONDITIONER 28.000 FENCING: All kinds, hog

BOOKKEEPER MOSILal HOMEi Sat UO *V= TERMITE a POST CONTROL 55 gal. drum and stand btu. $100. Rothas Beauty wire, welded wire. barbwire
NS4rlenc.d with beard Full time rarvorfTown
for wanton's clothing I vice tool* helxoarlanc Certified oparator. Good salary
svsl.rn. Oniv .ep.rncad. mastare.. tarn oooUhMolna .Mpwlnc ,* ...-rv. Apply InpartonjShowcas bnflt. ApcHy 101* East SllvarSprings 2.lull lire bed springs. Ph. Shop. 964.7570. Itchg wood. chain 'link,
our* person n..d east. Cell ... ..
tHHDful. Apply: clearing Mobile .d., Oc.' Or call
Monday 10/77 IN scut.37.5571. Hou.*,J4M watt unlv' AV Mcrnai, JMO NW lath St. .......... 964.6653. Itpd 10. 30. 10 30. free estimates. MANNING

JALOUSIE WINDOWS Six-, FIREWOOD By pick-up load. FENCE CO. 473.4822Koystone .

Sue, 37" x 50 3. 8'. Two $25 short bed $30 long Fchg M.

lie 37" x 38 3 8". three bed Scrap Oak. Will, CHAIN LINK FENCE

double 74" x 30 5,B"". deliver. Call 964-7730. material' Do it yourtojf

7823441. Itpd 10,30. 10, 30 2tpd II 6. and save Inttollot, n

r lt>7i OPAL Itoo, 4 cvllndar. adoor. '** AUSTIN HBALV Sari,. ConVrt SEARS STEREO AM. FM HORSES Pleasure and available, Free..ostynaHandyMan / ,
tlMcallant, condition. SO. 1974 MONK CAR10Naadi j Call Gary ."..... attar S *p.m.Studant. """" .n'ca''r.' 6700 _....... 513./0. Call 0.11. Radio 4-channel show. 6 mi. south ol Fence, .
can 4aa-aasj after so m. .'U6Q.Shderrt. Quadraphonic stereo Melrose on Hwy 21. Fallen 964 8559. TFchg h

i 172 ttUICK ttlVIBftA, fullVaoulooad. =:.c=' Msnoe, all bwcv11 BMW not ? SiMiraor, alloy phonograph and 8-track Oak Farms 1.481.2333. WATSON'S ''HOUSE:VI 0))
.naw paint, ,wad ttaraavvtam a a m' : whea/.> raccaro t -
tavlno to.fur*.. m''_. AM.IIM c.._.. Power c.._... '-', -n.,. component system 4 1 Itpd 10 30.ROOSTERS ; VACUUMS'Mddy'Ib'rei' \ 5
Vt. ."=Stu*ant. at t'Ing' ,.'r.51550. afa514 '''._. 37S0'''I.IS= speakers excellent condi : 20 Sexlmk SI.00 1 of now vacuumajl. CU i

I Ic..CC..O.L..C.,both for ..fTTCHNVBLKHrfT NEAR .All 1017 CAPRI. .IMi'tsn In_'.... ,
tion. Retail' $423. Will each. 7823376. Itpd! machines aHcMlabJfj! Pa
... __. .
? Parts Intereh.npap le '47 a AM/IIM. 1e L41A.r H ow "n' lot-. .. *
;:r.Mat run_612 Sa 4th..-. nl a New radial..Up. ]50 or Slier, battary .v..f."o1.:: sacrifice 'for S223. Call 10 30. and. occWpr, ,owl( :! I
make offer. 376-Se". Student. tW. a7S-7517 aftar*.
f 964.5663. 10 30 llchg NEW AND USED FURNITURE vacuum S f<.1 .. 4)4'1'( '.
Mtwt salt, 17 Chaw Manors v... Who CHOVeTTE ............"c. 0 PLYMOUTH ARROW OT .pt OLDS *failwp4n, AIr.. ROYAL DOULTON CHINA and appliances. Porch 10.h .))1P .1." '
automatic air power ...arlnvsbrakM door htchb.ck. aI1, conclitloning' 77AOOnW.. AM-PM, m_..''r. Nwa tranamlMton 4lewnat-. ""
AM-P M. .,,lobed radio. 17000 call. OiW owMr, S Wood. .=MI.= -' banorv, brafta a> tlra Rum Pastorate pattern'service rockers BARGAIN phoniLIMERCIC windows low MIL.4455 exc.lleni .conomv car. 63795 7M37 wHI. taog/baat otter. ,
I ..*.,.... Studant natjotlaota _'.b"*. I7fS3 atudent7. still' 37..,..... 1774215.. >....::121.,,"vo. 377 4133 BUTL..va*. lor 6, retail, price$400. Will CENTER. .US 301 South"; bu '

j 4 sacrifice' 'far 5225. Call 964.6679. TFchg 'Ino"d..t' !1Lljll i\

964.5663. 10 30 I Itchg. PLUMBING FIXTURES. wine TA'IIlCl"PlWit.-Jl'r6'. u
i dows doors pipes. plus 782'30T2"Yft17CYPRESS

iI ROOSTERS live Ph. 10.000 other "items now at \ JM/IRJ; ] ost.SI2O .a', y

I -, ,.. 782.3951. llpd 10 30. Bargain Center US 30 P urr1641ii I J
PRESIDENTIAL SPOONS Collectors South. Slarke.' TFchg ,'oVOUlIrs! '1I"1 i iI

item Silver, plated I ACRE LOT lor solelGarage I >8 du4t2povalloble

.;:. Ph. 782.3951. 1 Itpd 10. 30. water sewer and .' //'coli. 'SIp>ph 1

FURNITURE! Green stuffed elec. 7 mi. NW of Storks on'' Smith. \ 468-2624: 'i 1fompto; '

MBOMAN 4 B.., a oath dan. .SECLUDED ACPttl _.11. PRETTY ROLLING LAND sofa $83 Simmons, twin SR 229. Whispering" !Pines 8 7 Inchg 1
/ cant ..IrM.nv antratS5OOO on ault .tr_ In NW GalnasPot nice homatit.S e 10. acralota bed S6S.: large wood din- 28 10
Estates, lot
down iM/mo. ortl7aoocash vllla"' Haavlly wooded htgh 'land Just WaatofOalna.vHla.Offof "' 4tchg AUCTION
guitar must m..... 377 KMJSAVCI Clo, .a to Oak Mail and Mvaral, SHIM.Terms 402-1177. Ing table w 8 newly 10 30 .
schools ....n>> Antiques furniture.
upholstered chairs, $330
I Buy direct from factory SANTA ON R/ve cceso ih SEWING MACHINOl I
'.D MODEL CLBARANCCt TWO ACRES In the Oak at milts from /chatucknee. 10seVnee. 752.7961. Providence. glassware bedroorn
/erg. ..I.cllon. on Magua ..-.1.. ... Sold In Indlvidual __." .000, s acrea-6:10100001: .. 1, Unclaimed layaway. tools
doubt.w/ds 14 wlda*. v* acra lota,$*,9O9. Call for : "i :' cam1. Itchg 10 30.FURNITURE Singer, Futura. One of suites plus many
Community M6.411.6:I ... .. S 41", further l Information, 3 7l iJaa. y flnanclnp.: I 961.7355 ] Queen siz. more "items Auction every
Hwy "301 .Starfca, .74l12X45 Singers finest models::
: := tlO acres, tlmlMrr land'In JeCYtarl $163. Yamaha Friday night I ml south of
2 .. living 10K3Ofamily ISTEfiUCHf( ) tAKES ESTATES Co. Permanent w tr borfMrlnaK.K .hide-abed, : makes buttonholes
I room, wail.wall carpat Poracloaura. tt.MM or baat attire :*H> road Prlc n.aoll.bl*. 350 street bike. $430: gas stretch stitches, and Slorke on 301
i BXM acraan porch, vtlllty room Call 1-4235110 Dava .Cf Csllll 1-502-3512
carport, pumpnou..*. 4" _II. *t dryer $40 freezer $125. decorative designs without Sou'h.a.rnAucllon
: acre Small -." a uma small .0 ACRES O* Good F rm L ntf.. Service
PARADISE PINISBaautlful portable color TV $100,
1-9M-SN 77 attachments Sold
CITY CONVENIENCwith thl nMWfo 0 wooded 'late on quiet will tflvld. .siaODDcr 4 er.. e.c.ll nowover
i Cont ) 1 ::. ; :; : :: l 1 :: :: ': : : double bed $50, king size S500.00. A..umepaym.nl. 9 II!
bed $123 sofa' loveseat,
.. .. ,
Inc Martha rr REALTOR of $14 00
so.ne Cleared. 11000. Carl Tuf. Air fvrnlthad, Clean, E tc.llant 510.500' Call Kooar Conttrwcltonomoany pay
.... ,
t 115.10/1. REALTOR. 372-9123 condition M aoo Call 37a74 ,377 f743. .3D7. 1I..lno. 4MI4WSPBAKflas chair $200 732 7961. Providence cash balance ol. $162 22. : Registered Angus

llpd I IQ 30. and cross bred James
i Will take older machine as
FURNITURE Bostett wood Gaskms., 964.8356. 9 I 18 ,
ii partial Free
iI i table w chairs. $173 console home trial.payment.Phone Credit Inchg'FIREWOOD I

I color TV, S1 S0,<. Sears Adjuster' Collect 376.4467, : next door to

iI Irosl-lree' relrig.' $200- Gainesville 10 23 tfnchg. Morgan Rd. Baptist

drawer dresser $43: TOUCHMATIC MICROWAVE Church. 10 9 tin

I maple bunk beds, $150, OVEN left in layaway, HAY $13 a roll Arthur

washer $123 dryer $73 used Catkins, 7823140. 10 9
: outdoor wood never Has meat
t ; a NS 975 YamahaSpaahari. NCYCt-O HOlAS-Junior' set.aPOR TSMA3 probe
4O.Maarlv Inchg
\toy* ho ahotgun. black sofa S6S 7327961
atlll in bona.. W1. $75 00. can J'a-au offer ete "IC tyoawrltar.M I ,. defrost' cycle, variable
C.. .,._. u 3t>yM.OH .Ca /new 3Ti>-li3BaftarSpmSTAINBO Providence, I tpd 10 30. power up to 650 watts Full PHONE ANSWERING equipment .

I T.CHNICa ..... $33 00 Call l .
c TUCNTA.6. 11'0. Jungle Jim OLA.. wNOOW.E 3-10 ACRES Paved road 964 6701.
factory warranty. Party ,
with 6120 send too
t Stanton NI wim slide and MO.rly
!. urrlde.'I/ke/ new....,. A n rlC4m toooitc.. **..* 0.AotKeOei {parlor appeal condftkmi Bad t P B*profvmstonally 4O teals or- pecan trees, mobile home: area. Assume payments of 10 16 tfnchg.FURNITUREI.
teat 17103M. truoH, $25.1964 nM Land Is Chest oi
CHdar. Bound 24" wood frtimat. tractor equipment $20.00 month. White
1 per
l 'I TV'.C..CoI..TV.c.platalv .....n.u''.... BNC Hlan....' HOM.L'T.'D.NO"w"1.: "cut. N" weaNM sue Lr.u/r1..only./230.( 3733601at. cleared Terms Ph, Sewing and Appliance drawers:: small antique

-. ,-. .". .Sea edlusl"as.. tablo mower sea HP rrwvor.TMC. 'rule 5OAY'. CMILO-OoodwMd 782-3376. 1 Itpd 10 30. Center, 3527 S.W. Archer china cabinet and bullet:

Posh ry mere pj"n Sao All SKI mowar ao1 paoy/kld'tv.furr, Cloths 4O-/. WHEELER 10 SPEED Bicycle Road Archer Square Jenny Lynn baby bedw
Oman *: BCA. _. iyy-4)f 1?. Melvin, tow LL TftAOB. '
V404010141Ca11757771.naw. Aahlng S579. sore Nw..t.an.IO'.O: :10OAS > $33. Scott lawn lerl.' Plaza Gainesville, Fl mattress Call 4732121.

Many ac__. Parfact eondltton. HONDA MICK'NOOBSm ....,.... Ill' ana spreader $6; Trim-all 'Itchg 10 30.FIREWOOD .
NEATER. ........,.. "._.TU .Call local,...-:May. ".''74.at" coo= tar* for hid, .great forhrfafmaa. '. with fan .4* t.*tan OoIne Call Phone 3764466.IQ' 23
54th want 5459.. ..oo..n.w... C .. Naw 9aa awing) .-......... gasoline power lodger, tfnchg. : (Scrap rOok)
MAGNAVOX COLOR TV. 025/400. 3/7 aaor>y>l3Jaft: ,4 1 Great 'for
floor excellent condition 'i rtaw.4 $10: Handy Man 'special. 23" COLOR TV Console Indoor lire. $10
.NMO" WASuem. 01d.r
= .
r.=.,.heads miss, rlr. 550. Inn o.AM/PM.!. C." ""./""built bottles$10.C.II. i7aa37414_....s,,,. GOLD....... Call V.LV.T 3""a",.gels like -Mustang 7 HP riding model. Beautiful,' wood per pickup truck load. $IS

mower $10: Sears 3 HP cabinet Under warranty.' with delivery, Call

rota tiller. S3. 964.8886.ttpd Pay balance due $18' 00 964.7699. Sunshine AcresSR

10 30. cash or take overpayments 16W. llchg 10 30.

\ HIGH QUALITY ArgentineHay of $19 bo per LAND Approx. 1.5 to.1.73

Need more information? twice fertilized no month White Sewing, and ocrei Corners .Lafayetteand

rain 300 boles SI .50 abal. .Appliance Center; 3527 Orange St. down to

.. After two weeks will S.W. Archer Bay'(Behind Piggly Wiggly .
Road. Archer
in placing a classified? cZ be $2.00 a gal.. Call Square Paia.| Gainesville, ). Call I 1-236-2324 (Silver,
964.3379, 10.30 3tpd I 11 I 6. Fl. Phone 3764466. 10 23 Spgs.) or 9648469. 10,30
Call ICeU1
372-4222 In Starke 964-8170 n 'WOOD HEATER Good tfnchg 4 tpd 11 6.'f" .

.' shope. $75.00. Call MUST SELL Electric organ
964-3730 alter 3. week
Easy to ploy. Great lun.
days. All day on week
new. Sacrifice. $400. Call
ends. Itpd IO 30 9648498.
Itchg 10 30.

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SATURDAY Nov. It Hamp. PRICES PAID for used
ton Villa. Hampton Ft. 9 NURSI HOME needs full. BILLS SAW SHOPl Complete BEGINNER'S PAINTING '77 DATSUM 280Z 5 speed, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE FURNISHED APARTMENT 4 mobile homes If mortgageIs BLOCK Central heat A air.LRDR
a.m. til; ?? Knlck.knacks, time LPN or RN nurse for sharpening service, cirCLASSESt Acrylic or oil AC AM/FM. stereo, HOWE PARK mobile homes room. Utilities furnlthed 3/4 paid or more. OLIN S ;
misc. Items dishes 4-12 shift. Call 9646220. cular, hand carbide painting. Classes are,Tuesday $6000. Call Dept of Correction and spaces for rent Phone 'Inquire at the Tackle Box, MOBILE HOME SALES, family room.
clothes and other Items. 10/9 tnchg chain. mower blade hollow mornings and Saturday Mrs Shuford, 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING 341 N. Temple Ave/, 9645606. Open 7 days Camp. carpeted For Information
Hwy. C-325. I Itnchg 10/30. CUBICAL part or full time ground and balanced mornings 9301130.: 4311212. 10/9 tnchg and sleepIng Storke. Itpd 1O/30 weekly TFchg call 964-7197.
fRI. A IAT. Oct. 31 4 Nov. I. opportunity' from home leave at Jackson Building $5.00 per class learn color '77 fORD '.100, A/C, power room TV and Air, 3 BR HOUSE $150 month WANTED Mobile home axles 29000. 10/23 4tpd 11/13.
Foreigner' moving. Dishes, working with moll. No experience Supply In Storko. Keystone mixing composition steering. Take over Underwood Motel 3 miles with $100 deposit. 7 mi. and tires. Will pick up. OWNER MOVING Price
clothes shoes bags, bicycle required. For In. Height or lake Butler. shading etc. Phone Mark payments. 496.3576. 10/23 North ot Starke on Hwy East from US 301. 964.8333 OLIN'S MOBILE HOME reduced' for quick act..
misc. Hems. To.Reno formation, send stamped, TFchg Williams for more information 2tpd 10/30. 301. 10/9 tnchg after 5:30: p.m. Itchg SALES. 9645606. Open 7 Two. Ac: 3BR house, barn:
Motel. 100 N. Temple .addressed envelope ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 9647189. 10/23 Ztpd 71 CHIVY CONVERTIBLE I2X 0 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 10/30. days a week. TFchg Ig garage. Part. fenced.
. Ave.. Stark. Mncha DYN-NAR Enterprise. P.O. 10/30. Excellent condition. Call 2 BA central heat with EFFICIENCY APT Siesta CASH FOR COINS Gold Good hunting or just enjoy
10/30. Box 31. New Brunswick Phone 964.9148 or 964.7619. BARNES CARPET CLEANING Friday thru Sunday noon. AC, $150. mo. lot and last Motel. 3 mi. south ofStClrk. silver sterling dental the country life $82,900.
SATURDAY Nov. It 9 N.J. 08903. 10/9 6tchg TFchg Shampooing and extraction 5332474. 10/23 tfnpd. month, security deposit. .. Itpd 10/30. gold GF scrap jewelry op. 9647523. Itpd 10/30.
a.m.S 11/13 REMODELING, BUILDING Living room dining ATTENTION HUNTERSl 1961 New River Area near 2 BR HOUSE Furnished tical frames, etc J.R. Bull- 2 BM HOUSE with one acre ol
p.m. 375 N. Cherry St., MEO-TICH and RNt Full or REPAIRS New kitchens, room and hall. $29.95. Willis Jeep Station wagon. Brook.r. call 473.4038 adults only. no pets: apply Ington, 964-6290 TFchg land. Pecan and fruit trees.
Stark Baby clothes, baby part time for light lob processing baths, family rooms. Brick 12664460. 10/23 tin Good condition. Factory after 6 weekdays or at 405 N. Church St. 10/16 WANTED Used tools. both In country. Call 9646861.
furniture: many misc. and supervision.' block concrete Fireplace WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the rebuilt motor New tires 485-1713. 10/9 41chg 10/30 tfnchg mechanics and carpenters. 10/302tpd 11/6
Iteml. Itnchg. 10/30. 964.6342. 10/23 2tchg specialists. Grlffis Con spot. Williams Jewelry new springs, new shocks. OFFICES November rent Phone 964.6331 or NEW 3BR MASONRY HOMIi
BIO YARD SALES, Fri. and 10/30. struction. Phone 473.2108 100 E. Call St. 9647064. Complete ,with dog box free Ample parking. Corner BOATS 468.1551. 9(11 tnchg Central heat and air; wallto
Sot lots of goodies. Toys, BAKER COUNTY NURSING or 473-2978. TFchg 10/161fnchg. and supply box Call Mer- of Laura St S Hwy. 100 WANTED Mobile Home Ax wall located at
toots, furniture dishes, HOMIi MaccUnny, SEWING MACHINES Will BABYSIT In my home. rltt Williams, 9645391. Starke. 4732735. 10/16 les. Paying the best price 1320 Charles carpel Court Reno
( )
truck. Florida has REPAIRED All makes 10/30. '"' TRI.HULL FIBERGLASS
car motorcycles, position Lawtey area. You leave 10/23 tfnch 3tchg for good condition axles
Starke; Flo.
mise 301 North to 29th available for LPN. full cleaned oiled and adthem, I love them. 197. DODGE D-SO TRUCKS DOZERS FOR RENT By weekor Boat w/80 hp Mercury 9648331. 9/11 tnchg Financing
Ave Follow signs.' time, or part lime Also RN justed $10. Work Reasonable. 782-3399. Pay equity, take up day. With or without motor and Gator Trailer. FOR HIRE Heavy duty available or will trade for
964.6743. Itnchg 10/30. needed day shift every guaranteed. James Itpd I 10/30. payments vor will take operator Have 350 S 450 Call D.F. Reddish pickup' truck and driver. older house or vacant land
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School Class' Sale. Beginning salary and fringe benefit Rd and Hwy 16 TFchg Motorcycle Epperson St.. Starke. 10/30 IOV234tchg 11/13. 11 FT. ASTRON BOATS 229hp 9646519. Storke. Itpd tact 964-6374. 8 a.m. 10 5
at 9 a.m., 417 S. CherrySt. Contact Director of Nursing BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Itchg BEL AIR APTSi Furniihedapartment V-hull. Vinyl top and 10/30. p.m. Monday Friday.
.. Storke. (Behind 259-2236 or 2593151. SERVICES Pumpoutii.Residential. 177 TR-Ti AM/FM stereo, *. Good location many deluxe accessories ROOMMATE! lemale to 10,30 21pd II,,.
house). Loads of miicItems. 10/2321chg 10/30. commercial YAMAHA WO .SO SPECIAL 8-track tape player; sun Bell-Air Apartments, Just like newt CallGoln..vlll. share expensesin town MOBILE HOME 10 x 55. fur.nlshed .
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Sale: 2'/. mi. north on US Migrant according lo the phases 'including taxes and 792-7961 Providence PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished VILLAGE Good condition. SI 49. Call : approx. act
301. Assorted Items Pine federal code of regula. government forms Spill 10/30. efficiencies and I APARTMENTS Accepting 964.8331 or 4681551. HOMES Why pay Cool and spacious. Convenient
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171 QTO t Will Relu M touch: M Inmates Will Allow, I
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J? 1 .r to Low Pay, Hazardous Conditions Worst Problems

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Latest round of violence at Florida then transferred to the RMC Hospital, Booker. Officer Thomas was -also D D-JacksonvlIle chairman of a house Ing to be just as humane as we can Williams favors the courts cracking
State Prison Involved two Incident of according to prison records. hospitalized in Gainesville with burnson committee on the state's prisons, and and we'll relax to the extent that down on these individuals by setting
inmates holding correctional officers Faulk and Sheppard were released his neck and upper chest. the national Prison Project for con- group of inmates will allow us to some examples.
(co's) hostage with one of the Inmates from the incident unhurt except for Increased violence at FSP led to an tributing to unrest at the prison. ,relax. Williams has the highest praise for
wounded with buckshot in a rescue attempt bruises and a superficial cut woundon order on Oct. :3 by Circuit Judge R.A. "As long as Inmates have people Wainwright Indicated the prison .people who work In the prisons in the
Oct. 25-26 at the maximum the stomach sustained by Faulk (Buzzy) Green, Jr., who termed the heckling them on..it gives them more situation can be improved If 350 inmates ,State of Florida. They are the poorest
who was treated at the prison violence at the prison an emergencyand Impetus to try the officers, to create are transferred from FSP to paid employees and have the porest
security prison.Steven W. Thomas was ordered the DOC to move 372 of situations where an officer will lose other institutions In accordance with working conditions, the Dist.. 25 State '
authorities In good Tomas is serving a life sentence the least dangerous inmates to other his temper and do some things that Judge Green's order. House member says.
by prison
condition reported at the Reception and from Hillsborough County for assault facilities by Monday Oct. 13. are not appropriate" Wainwrightsays. "You have to weigh the damage you He indicated that It was unfortunatethat
Medical Center Hospital near Lake with Intent to commit murder and The District Court of Appeals In are doing at other institutions versus government has to react to the
Butler where he was taken after the breaking and entering with another Tallahassee ruled Oct. 9, that it wouldbe Rep. Girardeau who has been the improvements made at FSP," situations but he added the state was
second hostage Incident which involved five years from Bradford County for a hardship on other prisons in the highly critical of the prison administration Wainwright says.Wainwright doing some positive things to upgradethe
two officers. having a weapon In his cell. system to have to accept the Inmateson plans soon to release a prison pointed out prison of- correctional officers to give them
These two hostage Incidents were short notice so that court gave the study by his House Corrections Com- ficials now are reviewing Inmate better working conditions.
of Corrections the first bit of violence at the prison DOC 45 days in which to comply with mittee. classifications to transfer the least More officers would help solve
spokesman Department Vernon Bradford indicated since the fatal stabbing of correc- Judge Green's order. Wainwright defended prison officials dangerous from FSP to medium some of the problems, according to
Richard Burke who Bradford native Louie L. In a controversial new regulation Rep. Williams. He stated he
Thomas held Correctional Officers tional officer was County security prisons. Wainwright confirmed was encouraged
Robin Faulk and Jay Sheppardat stabbed to death Oct. 12. Inmate Wainwright DOC Secretary told the at FSP that requires 600 Inmates that so far officials have by the new leadership of the
knifepoint for nearly an hour at Thomas Otis Knight was indicted Oct. Florida Times-Union In an interviewthat who are In solitary confinement to be okayed only 93 inmates for transfer. legislature that next spring that body
8:20: Sunday, Oct. 26, in his cell. 24 by the Bradford County Grand a high staff turnover rate causedby handcuffed behind their backs when Former Correctional Officer Rep. will take some positive steps to
Thomas p.m.was shot in the side by a tactical Jury for the murder of officer Burke. low salaries and hazardous work- outside their cells. Frank Williams, D-Crystal Lake, in a eliminate some of the problems connected
team that was called on Five days of tense activity followedthe ing conditions Is the most serious problem "If an inmate has a history of statement to this paper Tuesday Oct. with salaries and better. work-
weapons officials officials at FSP. assaultive behavior...he should be in violenceIssue Ing conditions. .
by prison officials to rescue the officers fatal stabbing In which prison facing 28, stated the solution to the
according to Bradford. used tear gas to quiet three Wainwright commented that officers handcuffs. When the questions of ex- at Florida State Prison was in ,Williams commented that the .
Saturday night, Oct. 25. at 7:50 p.m. wings at the maximum security salaries at all state institutionsneed tending the handcuff rule initiallycame the courts. He cautioned that the report of Judge Green's panel did not
officer Faulk was taken hostage on prison.After. to be raised.He up I said no. The more you courts should allow free people to get surprise him because prison people
S-wing with a zip by inmate a memorial service for Burke stated salary Is not the only clamp down the more chance you back to operating the prisons and quit have been using some of the same in-
George Young. Another gun officer talked was concluded at the prison. Officer issue. Others are training, uniforms, have of a reaction," Wainwright says. favoring inmates In their decision."I formation when it came time to pre-
Young into giving up and releasing of- Howard Howland was stabbed while etc. "But I think we could) significantly Wainwright stated if he had ordered am tired of criminals having sent their budget requests to the
ficer Faulk, according to Bradford. making a count of cellblock when an reduce turnover, if the salary the handcuff rule sooner, officer more rights than productive legislature.
Young known in Jacksonville inmate stabbed the officer through levels were increased," Wainwright Burke might not have been stabbed to citizens," Williams says. DOC should be commended for
circles as the "Carbine Kid" is servo the bars of his cell with a homemade death while escorting a Death Row Inmate Williams pointed out that he will do what they have done," Williams says.
ing 322 years for three Duval County spear. Howland was hospitalized In says.Wainwright pointed out violence at to the showers Oct. 12. everything he can to try to get prison Williams was a state witness at the
murders and other charges. Gainesville as a result of the Incident. FSP can't be completely eliminatedbut The Florida Clearinghouse on personnel an Increase in pay for those John Spenkelink execution In May
Thomas, after holding the two of- Gary Henry Traywick, 22, a con can be significantly reduced. He Criminal Justice, a prisoners ad- officers who put their life on the line 1979. He stated the DOC was unfairly
ficers hostage for some time, broke demned murderer from Miami has indicated he doesn't believe violenceat vocacy group, has criticized the rule, each time they walk into' the state's criticized for their handling of the ex-
from his cell abandoning the been charged by prison officials with the prison could deteriorate Into a Implemented the day after Burke was prisons.Biggest. ecution by a certain element. They
hostages, and was shot in the side by the attempted murder of Howland. riot.Wainwright stabbed to death.Wainwright problem he cited for corrections should be praised for their efficiency
two or three pellets as he ran down Officer M.S. Thomas was took aim at one of his indicated he planned to officials was to stop outside in handling the execution In a profes-
the corridor near his cell, accordingto hospitalized Oct. 14, during the evening critics in the operation of the DOC maintain control over FSP whateverit persons from bringing contraband Into sional manner, according to
Bradford. meal when burning alcohol was Rep. Arnert Girardeau takes..at the same time we are go- the state's prisons. Williams.

Thomas was taken to Union thrown on him and set afire as he
General Hospital in Lake Butler and passed the cell of inmate Stephen -- -

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Camp Blanding Buck Taken

A 10-point buck estimated at 170 two turkey hens,one gobbler,and five
pounds by Camp Blanding biologistJim squirrels were carried out Sunday.
Garrison, was one of eight deer 175 hunters were in the reserve
I bagged during last weekend's muzzle- Saturday with 133 more Sunday. 1)
loader hunt at Blanding. Another muzzle-loader hunt this
Five bucks and one turkey hen were weekend will be the last before the
taken Saturday while three bucks full season starts.

I First Phase Of Dove Hunts To End Nov. 2 1

TALLAHASSEE With the first sunrise to sunset during the second s
phase of the mourning dove hunting and third phases," Dr. Allan Egbert r
season to end Nov. 2, Florida sport- assistant director of the Division of
smen are reminded they will have a Wildlife, said.Hunting .
chance to hunt all day during the se- hours for the current first
cond and third phases, according to phase will remain from noon until
the Florida Game and Fresh Water sunset.
Fish Commission."The The second phase will begin
November 8 and end November 23.
Commission will allow dove The state's third phase will begin "

hunting from one halfhour, ) before December 13 and end January 4. ., .: .1 ,

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I Rebublican Candidates 1980 O I

John LaCapraIn the U.S.-Senate seat now held by Sen.
Richard (Dick) Stone.
Newsom,42, told the Telegraph in a
visit to this Tuesday
a paper recent visit that he is a conservativewho
Oct. 21, 2nd District Republican U.S. favors less government and
Congressional candidate John R.
LaCapra called incumbent Don) bureaucracy. ,. ,
Fuqua to resign upon his seat on Nov. 5 if Newsom taught In tl e public school In Our ) .,' ,
LaCapra wins the Nov. 4 election. system in Orlando beiore moving to
LaCapra stated Fuqua should not Weirsdale seven years ago. He added t '., dairl
vote on) the 1981 federal budget if he'sa the state had not handled education .'>qui!
lame duck representative. He sent properly. Newsom stated the state Printing Department :. JlM'W
needs to attract and keep good ,
Fuqua a letter Friday Oct. 10, asking 1 m)9 D
him to resign if LaCapra wins. teachers and should establish criteriato

He pointed out Fuqua was among insure. the teachers hired are com- Camera Ready Copy We Can Print Your
those in Congress who voted In May of petent."There's
no question we're going to :, J
this to balance the 1981 federal
budget year, but decisions on next year's have to pay teachers more," Newsom 1,000 Copies 8Vfc X 11 Camera Ready Copy On -
spending were put off until after the said, speaking before the recent
election. Legislative session which saw Florida )j 0; 89)(1

Nov."Like 4 most congressman today, teachers receive pay increases. Colored I Paper At A 'I ,.dolf)

they didn't have the backbone to face Newsom stated he is opposed to $1580 '''' <1
the voters before the election so they because Equal Rights Amend Reasonable Price... : i;,,,\imovoy:
ment "There is enough law .
lame-ducked, LaCapra says. ,' : ,r',"'"uloV1':10
He stated Fuqua had voted in the on the books to protect women. The ,\ .: 'II/UK")
past to increase the federal debt and law is there if It is enforced.. ," "I\'lil.t: ri'iw'

budget and for deficit spending including Newsom says.Frank. cJ 0.01; : ':
voting for$60 billion in deficit ( a'Iiht
spending in this year's budget after Camera Ready Copy In 3 Days Or Less. ..i >:
the May vote to balance next year's Cotton r'
budget. .'
LaCapra stated he is for (Copy that's typewritten or previously printed.) .
Frank Cotton of
strengthening the dollar and balanc- Orange Park an I
ing the budget. assistant claims manager for a .
"The main issue is the dollar bill in casualty Insurance firm is the ., '.
Republican candidate In District 25: in '
your pocket says. ,
LaCapra pointed out he is on record the State House of Representativesrace Cheaper Than Copy Machines. : \ .
and has taken a stand to balance the in the Nov. 4 general election .
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budget. LaCapra favors the plan of) with the district encompassing Bradford ,
Democratic U.S.-Sen. William Prox- ,Clay, and the northern half of St. +
mIre to cut $32 billion out of the John's Counties. Cotton Is challenging
budget.He incumbent Rep. Frank Williams,
favors cutting out or deleting the D-Crystal Lake. BVaxll 8'/x14 'i
Department of Education, Small Cotton has been a Clay County resident .
Business Administration, $1.5 billion for eight years and lives in :
from foreign aid, the Comprehensive Orange Park with his wife, Becky and 50 Copies 5.10. 50 Copies 5.15 : L
Employment Training Act (CETA) and their two children Leslie

Program and federal revenue sharing Frank. Cotton has been handling insurance 100 Copies 5.70 100 Copies 5.85 .J .
claims for almost 25
He pledges to do his very best to years. '
try to vote no on deficit spending. "My past experieii"j will' enabje me 6.85 200 Copies 7.15 :
200 Copies '
to spot the needless regulation and
LaCapra a in the
partner control in laws which lead to wasteful 300 8.40 "
Tallahassee Law Firm of LaCapraand Cotton 300 Copies 8.05 Copies \
Massie where spending says.
they specialize In
Government and Administration "As your representative I am 9.15 400 Copies 9.95 "
Law. He is a registered lobbyist with pledged to listen to your recommendations 400 C op es' I
Florida and to support the high quality 500 Copies 10.90 '
Legislature. 10.25 j' ,
of and 500 ,
family business In our Copies
LaCapra lives in Tallahassee with '
his wife Janice and their two sons. district, Cotton says. -:; 1,000 Copies : 17.90:
Cotton has been a republican for .'
LaCapra is a farmer and cattlemanIn :!
Monticello, Florida, and he Is many years. was when Sen. Barry ,/,11.: ,. J,., '
Goldwater ran for president in 1964.
in bean and "
engaged soy crops cattle .
feeder operations. Cotton earlier this month criticized ,t ,
his Rep.Democratic Frank Williams Incumbent of Crystal opponent Lake,, : ? Professional Printers ',(.' 2:

for twice voting against a constitutional -

John Newsem growth of state amendment government limiting spending.the mm Jffi"0l.13ffi [ IOLllUI310 ,} '::

John Newsom. a citrus farmer These votes were cast, according ; :
printer, and commercial beekeeper Cotton: ,during the 1980 legislative ses 1,4
from Weirsdale In South Marion sion.' : ,Ji." 1
County is a Republican candidate for) "I challenge my opponent to now 110 W.Call St. 964-5784 "
the District! I state senate seat reverse his stand and announce his "3' "
vacated by Sen. Kenneth "Buddy" support for this conservative and "
McKay after the last legislative session fiscally responsible amendment to
I to make an unsuccessful run for our Florida Constitution". Cotton .

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Starke 2 willing to speak out In their behalf. stealing assaulting ama destruction
Lawtey Carnival "
I Elementary School these to "get lost.
i Rabin W.539 Contrary to articles published the of property that costs the taxpayers people -
After all,it Is the taxpayers that are .
I Editor: employees of the Department of Corrections thousands of dollars if there Is strict '"'
Btus carnival John Loper James' Smith, Melvin t The officers of the Lawtey Parent are hard-working, dedicated discipline: and rules and regulations citizen the price; the plain everyday :" .:
The Starke Elementary Halloween Cribbs Michelle 'Conner, Carrie Teacher Organization would like to Individuals subject: to the verbal that control the prisoner? not the radicals: or hoodlums. .;
Carnival was a huge success.: Many Davis Lawanda Tyson, Jamie express their appreciation: to the abuse Inmates and certain subversive Does the taxpaying public want These people listen won't seek the truth, nor v
when it Is not
thanks go to the parents staff, Bowen Sean Powell Greg Thomas, many people who helped to make our organizations and Individuals. these prisoners released to the street will they 'f
businesses students and other individuals Chuck Wilson, Felicia Christy past Halloween Carnival such a success :- The Correctional Officers are In- to continue: their ways? Does the taxpayer :- they want to hear. With the help and :'3
who contributed towards Barton, Carla Ford Gayle Douglas, : -both the volunteer workers and tolligent and well-trained, with many want the prisoners to have all cooperation of the news media, .
our carnival. Noy Srlvlbul Brenda Scalf: the visitors. holding college level degrees. Their the rights freedoms, free education: perhaps the public will hear our pleas ,..
The cake walk went very wen'with Demetrius Bolton, Jason Crawford Our income from the carnival this qualifications are mandated by law free medical treatment, color TV's, for equal opportunity to speak out for .
many beautiful cake and Francis Adrian and training is continuous. The the truth Justice and the Department ;
cupcakes Don Davis, Donnie year was $4,530 (expenses have not library, and other recreation when .
being given away. Mosley Wade Campbell,Tara Desue been deducted from this amount). administrators are individuals of long the Correctional Officer; can only ex- of Corrections Martha Nettles ;rR
The Country Store was a big sucess Kimberly Kelly Angela Parrish .
'This was an Increase: over last year's Fla !\4
thanks to the parents students andstaff Regina Snell, Chanda Woods, Mignon receipts. This money provides Raiford. I...
many 01
members of SES. "I want to ex- Carroll and Evette Covington. materials needed by both teachersand : Wile a Correctional Officer
press a special thank you to the Congratulations to Ron Wished and students at Lawtey Elementary.The 1 431-1602
following members of the Country James Smith for making the A-B fine turnout and .ttt
Store Committee: Mr. and Mrs. P.D., Honor Roll last six weeks. during the carnival is attributed to Letters to tSMAILf .,tl)
Cain Mrs. Fred Dobbins Mrs. Mike The class. would like to thank the the hard work of the community as a f i UC Prosecutor ?It
Hewett Mrs. Archie KEttles, Mrs. following people for helping with our whole. Many of the volunteer workers
Bobby Patterson, Mrs. Mike Sexton, Halloween Carnival booth: Mr. and that work so hard to make this an annual tr Get Assistant '.;II
Mrs. Fred Smith Mrs. Glen Shuford Mrs.Gary Davis,Coach Childers,Mr. success are ones who do not have the Editorpect "ITi'A ;
Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Mrs. DavidWatson Francis, Mr. Donnie Burch, Coach: any children In school. To them go our .. A 25-year-old attorney has attorney""s been appointed "..J ,
to assist the state
,- Mr. and Mrs. James Loper Mrs. Browning, Mr. and Mrs. special thanks and undying gratitude. '(.1
Langley. The committee did Balkcom.: Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Parrish. office In Union and Baker
an Again, thanks and we will be look-
his be based at the t1
andMrs. with office to
outstanding Job and I truly enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Smith Mrs. Tyler ing forward to seeing you next year at
working with each and every Mikell. our bigger and better carnival. experience in the penal system : to receive low pay:, verbal and Union County. Courthouse In I 13"o(
member," says Mrs.Janet: Cunning Charles Hall Principal educated, and always concerned with physical abuse from the inmates, Butler. "
Country Store Chairman. Mrs. Redding' Third Grade Richard Redding,PTO President the welfare of the inmates and Cor- news media "Prisoner's Advocacy' Jay Gontarek will prosecute cases M
Raffle Winners are: $100, Mrs. We are happy to welcome Mrs. Winifred Majors VicepresidentSylvia rectional Officers. groups, uncaring and Irresponsible In county: court In Union and Baker JOYen
Ruby Griffis-Route 2. Starke PI.:;; $50, Sheila McClellan: who will be InternIng Tatum,Secretary Despite publicity to the contrary, elected officials: ? I think not. Counties in addition to Juvenile cases !
Jeremiah Johnson, Lawtey, Fl; Stu-, through the first week in Judy Miscaliy: Treasurer the Superintendent at Florida State The news media seems to be eagerto in Union County. He will l share an office IT
dent Winners$10-Most Sales In grade December. Mrs. McClellan Is receiv- Lawtey Florida Prison has more knowledge, educa- publish the accusations: and com' with Assistant State Attorney .-.I',
3 Scott Allen; Grade 4 Karen ing her degree from the University of tion in the penal system, than any Individual plaints of these subversive groups Harris A.Tobin who handles felony gut
Black: ; Grade 5-Angela Ball. North Florida In elementary educa- in the entire group of so- and individuals. Let's hear from some cases In Union and Baker Counties. "itni3.il
bachelor'sdegree .
Mrs. Mary Ann Kyle' First Grade- tion. Correctlonalorncen called Advocacy for Prisoners or of the Good Guys for a changel: Let's Gontarek received a i
from theUniversity
Mrs. Kyle would like to invite any Need"Fair Shake" whatever they choose to call stand up for our rights, and express In political of Florida science In Gainesville. :
interested Mrs. Patterson's Fourth Grade themselves. The recent demand for :
parents participate Editor: our opinions against these uninformed 'Oil
: In our school: Volunteer Pro (Language Arts) The recent criticism: of the Correc- his removal by one of the"Prisoner's biased prejudiced: radicals: He Is a 1979 graduate of Cumberland Ala. '*)tHe I
gram. You may come to the office: any Spelling Super Stars are: Dana tional Officers and Administration of Advocacy". group members only whether they are elected: officials or Law School: Birmingham Jennifer In J'Mt
time between 8 and 4 to sign up. Bowen Benjamin Hankerson Ed the Department of Corrections, Stateof demonstrates the excellent job he is Advocacy: groups. It's time the Cor. lives with his wife. oil t)

Joy TeUtone'i KindergartenMrs. .," Scott McCauley, LaurieMobley Florida by the various news media doing, which: certainly Is a performance rectional: Officers: and the Administrators High Springs. who Is com"t
Tetatone and Mr. Austin's Ryan Moore, Selena Norman and certain advocacy : that the convicted criminal were given the opportunity to Joseph Cocchiarella: r
groups Is
Kindergarten class: Students that Suzanne Sapp, Barbara Smith, deserves a from someone does not want. After all, how can the do their Job as they are trained and pleting his law degree at the UP IOU
with the state attorney'
have learned to write their names are Lisa Sweat, Renee Thomas Matthew prisoner, continue his robbing_ ;raping. educated: to do, with the right to tell currently Interning -
LaRae Geiger Julianne Allen Eric Watson, Valdez Desue Sharmalne _office in Starke., r

Cohens Jerry Williams. Virginia Cain Brian Clemens Kem Fillyaw innntHumtmtiiHtiin '
Belmarez Byron Damps, Johnny Renee Hewett, Anita Jackson Mike 'r, '1 I'
Walker, Dierdra Melecio: Donnie,. Jackson: Terricena Kitties Karen
Burch. and Trevor Mitchell. LaRae Morgan, Michelle Murch: Chris )0
Geiger celebrated her fifth birthdayon Noegel, Patricia: Parade Eric Redding ,I Il
October 13. Brady Rehberg. Clarence

We are very proud of Donnie Burch Williams Jimmy Langley Audra Wl .7, .', .. ,
Julianne alien and Jerry Williams for Brantley Shane Burrus, Harold ': ": !
learning all the colors,shapes and let- Chandler Kim Dukes RhoshaundaEdmund \ ters that have been taught. Mitch Gray Donna \'re ',,,, ,'

The students have been studyingthe McKelvy, Allen Porter Lisa Adkins, WEDDING -...... -.' _. Y
letter people. Each week a different Terry Rodgers Rachel Allen Rhonda ., ,. ,-- :"". A
letter is taught by our Alvarez, Scott: Binder Shawna Blom ,'/1", luotfma
Kindergarten teachers: ; Mr. Watson Kevin Crawford, Angela Davis ,.1.' ,
Mrs. Dixon Mrs. Gray, Ms. Eason Karen Hodges, Jull Jackson: RichardLeWeave '.:I!. :!III'I|
Mr. Austin and Mrs. Tetatone. Our Cindy Samons. Billy Starl- MADE IN HEAVEN -b.r.|
aide Mrs. Allen has been ing, Steven Sweat and Tina Smith. t. -
help to us. PARENTS: Your children ', i14M
should be bringing work home every M.... Barbara Reddlsh's Fifth Grade
dayl! The Language Arts Classes are (with aJittle help from us!) -
hard to accumulate six
Mrs. Tommie Nolln's First Grade working very 4
Elissa Jo Hollingsworth celebratedher : perfect: English -or spelling papers.
sixth birthday on October 29. The When they have collected: these six IT
boys and girls made cards for her. papers they may choose a novelty !III'II"P
desk eraser from the reward box.: <
Mrs. Sue Wlnkler's Second Grade Congratulations to the following fifth ..10<1
Mrs. Winkler's students have been graders who have accomplished: this When It Comes =11r trio
working hard on their addition and assignment: Erika Banks, Lisa Kennedy :
subtraction facts. Monlka WIlliams Michael Barber, Sherry Mat- >
and Alex: Coleman scored: 100 percenton tox:, Jonathan Rowe and Sabrina To Providing VI rlJt l
a teat of addition facts six seconds: Ford. These are many other fifth ,
apart. graders who are very close to receiving : I ,

We are sorry to I lose Mario Molina this,!award. ._ Wedding Jowl
who has moved to Lawtey. ;\ e Your
Happy Birthday IMS-month to Kim .r., f....Mcttt.n.nd FW ,.Gaal'Gw'. f-'rr ti "
Wall Matt Barber and John Holt The Social I Studies'class has just, : InvitationsAnd
completed studying the Civil War. We
Mrs. Crlffls/Mrs. Jenkins Second are now beginning The Settlement of
Grade' the West. Parents every Friday
like to thank all thoeewho look for your child: to bring home a
helped with our booth at the Halloween slip of paper keeping you informed of OtherAccessories
Carnival. their classwork: In Social Studies.
John King and Glenda Richerson Fifth grade A students: Robert
have birthdays In October. Thorpe Shared Patel Esther Martin Ii
Our most Improved students. are:' and Chad Reddish. ,
Reading Marley Sellers; Math A In Social Studies: Michael You Can Buy lilts:))
Michael Thomas and Yolanda Jones; Barber, Sherry Mattox Chad Reddish t )6''
Spelling -Devin Wheeler; Writing Felicia Davis James Carver, Your Invitations ;
John King. Shared Patel' David Thorpe Esther
Martin,Dale tassels,Hal Davis Rick
Miss Lynn Moxl Y' Third Grade Kimutis, Mark Marshall. Ray Nettles In Many ';
Super Star Speller for this past Robert Thorpe, Deborah Cowart t0' 'j 11 Ic-I II
week are: Chris Dlnkins, Shane Penney Hsieh, Alaina Manning andLisa Outlets I :.U1
Greene. Travis Long Ron Wishant Mosley. t r v 111"_"

II Or You Can Come, '
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I J 'adforcl .Middle. SchoolDates To Us The Professionals., "oil... ... 1' L./// |/,| / zoo ,l'"U bud' rit

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to : pot have their school pictures taken
October ; earlier this At that time We Provided '
31 Hatjoween Dress up year. i1J
Day for all stude/its<<: faculty\ : and staff. children: who did not purchase pic- InvitationsFor r ttcfJ
November 3 n 9-11 a,m. School tures before will have an opportunity :,'i11
Volunteer Train g. Program at the. to do so, however no child: Is requiredto Your _h i 'HE
County Office: Teachers who work purchase pictures. Also, It is very E I with School Volunteers will meet Important that everyone understand Grandma Jr buj
30-3:13: : pm. inI' the School Board that all children who have their pic- Great bill:)

Room. .., tures taken will have their pictures: in ,. 'F''t' :t:>qlt
November 4. Retake for school: pic- this year's Annual. Children are not In ; ,}- '1,1t j

tures will be made. during student's. gave to purchase pictures: in order 1 l -,; r: tblttr
P,E. classes.: their picture In the Annual. If a., ',J
We would like to remind anyone interested your ,child did not have a picturej ,MI!
in serving at the Bradford taken before, please try to ensure that Why. otYou? A' ,. -

Middle School as a school: volunteer to he/she attends school: on Nov. 4 to 7 ; :;:;
please contact Mrs. Douglas or Mr. have the picture: taken. Everyone who (, v
McKinney: 964-6093. We can: certainlyput has their picture take will be In the

to good use your time and Golden Annual whether they purchase school: 101 Years .i' : :nnae
The Middle School won the pictures or not. > ,
School Award for our School We have reorganized our EMR ,k # .nvC.1
Volunteer Program and we look for (Educable: Mentally Retarded) and Of + nisi

ward to that honor again this year. EH (Emotionally Handicapped) ,1'- ;/11111
Artist of the Week Miss Wendy classes to be completely self '. 1JJ ; : H
Hsieh (pronounced Sheh) won from contained to Insure students have the Experience'Serving I- ;Ci9C
finest facilities. Mrs. Bloomer EMR ,.
Ms. Hardin's first period art class. 'leI/a
Her art work Is a still life drawing 1 teacher: ; Mrs. Cunningham EH ., .i: ., 'no et
done in pencil.: Congratulations, Wen- teacher; ,Mr. McKinney And Mrs. 'fI"'i' ,' fj} ltl
s. Norman, Related Art Chairman,. Is :11"4
The photographer' from Delmar worked diligently to aee that the You. ) .. ... ..i >...: 11 : 111

Studios will be at BMS on Nov. 4 to gram changes: were effective: as oho- ,. .1..1 (( ...... :t..,,,, 11('"
take pictures of all students who did day. ... t r vN) "\1'>- .fiJ ,J il ,a lj
l.r) f :
: tv .

I Conservation Comments .I' l': 1111 j I "I t \l\ "UeT bl\/t

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The amount of atmospheric .'' Y., I 1/ J"W/ \, \ \ ''ION
I'by>> Bernard SmithSoil nitrogen "fixed": by legumes varies. f!" Ii I' r" hlo.t
I Conservationist Short-period annual legumes may : h ,) / I /. ; \ \ 11M

produce between SO and 100 poundsper ";1:1' ,, ', ) ,/h/I, I ... I l''\ JhJ
Nitrogen and Legumes. In the last acre per growing season. The ) I, i to! tar
few years the price tof commercial: amount fixed by perennial legumes la 'J / .' if fa}!.,,,
fertilize nitrogen, has more than higher..Thls nitrogen (Is also availableto ,A / J r ,\ .t/)1d/;
doubled In price. This has caused an other plants growing near' the r jIt .'I I' :' \ I', ,
Interest In legume For example total forage I I I ,I.. \ _
Increased .
avoiding ex- .
", ;, h' ., ,, J \ r: 1 .. '.."., f. ..'. ij" n };
mi ?
cessive application: of nitrogen fer> production from a white clovergrassmixture : <" ,, .F ",1/,, .,, ,. .<<' 9' .1.:j\\ \Ji, ,' r ,' "", ,' \ ,,I U .....'-i ." ";'
: \
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lilizer and in the use of legumes. without added nitrogen fertilizer : O. 'J '((
Since the atmosphere Is about 80' was approximately equal to -
percent nitrogen we are surrounded that from grass alone with 200 pounds ,t'1't'. ''''I' ; f'-"', by tons of It, however this nitrogen Is of nitrogen fertilizer applied per acre: .. ." \;, ; '. '?1".T a ro""s'fl'', >4r''' -" i I r;i'nt< ", ,A, .1\\,,,," '.4'II'W"'w'f' iii Yrs. .,.fctatM.nww. .
unavailable for for 2 .." 4:\
plant use,except a per year. ; I, '
.. Since the of commercial ,,, JIDKiOiT
select group of plants-ten Legumes. price 'rr ,
Legumes are able to utilize nitrogen nitrogen fertilizer I la directly relatedto : OFF 'tCE'SHOP .y. 81ft(

from the air because of a symbiotic the price of natural gas, its price .+ :. ";' ; .P' l )': ; t
< "r J: J.uI .
relationship between their roots and will most likely continue to Increase.: .) .
certain soil bacteria. Legumes include The use of legumes Is one way of -'" : I' ,'- :;1111"\ ,:"'', ,; \.,:.: Vt''._ ;:t;" ,. ; JMlMTr '
s: 110W. Call St. Starke '
plants such as" peas, beans spreading the available nitrogen further. '* / i' <: '' ; ,\ '....;" "" ,, ''';.f!....

peanuts, the clovers lupine,hairy indigo Also, growing legumes as cover ." J ::1I
and trees such as the mimosa crops In rotations and in mixture with ,I -964-5764'
:heir takes place nodule pasture grasses ls part of a good conservation -
lumps -------
on roots called farming system. -- --------------------------------


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