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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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S S I A group of Starke officials traveled Fred Mueller, south of Alligator .,' :1

F1 ', to Washington D.C. Tuesday' to Creek and west of U.S.'3011., ..-,:.:, "}
i try to work out a settlement with a '
f federal agency that granted more In 1977, an EPA grant was approved ; j

4t than $1 million to the city, but now .to buy the 369 acres for 397500. .. :

wants the money back; 'y' ,,
Mueller refused that offer and the '
,tl negotiations ended up In. circuit jV,' : !
Mayor-Commissionet' Jim CrosbyJr. court where a jury awarded' ', > I .

I said the group met with U.S. $1,109,830 for the 369 ;" ", 1.
Senator Lawton Chiles and two administrator ..),
from the Environmental In 1980 an EPA acre"I''' "I'

Protection Agency (EPA) for ,cent of the total cost :

more than two hours Tuesday, Sept. the city paid 25 .
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/ ; 25. cost was 91.37 million including fees v .( ,
9 ,7f for Mueller's attorney and consul : ,

Crosby said in 'a telephone call tant which the jury ordered be paid "

?w x a from Washington", D.C.r no agreement by the city .
+ns it' I was reached but a decision City officials indicated the amount' -

\ from EPA may be forthcoming by; awarded was about three times the '

Friday,. Sept. 28, due to the discus-. "fair market value" of the land. .

sions.' In 1981, 'after the 'new president 1-:.'-i ,, ,

'Senator Chiles was very.persis, took office,. another sampling of the,/<";"'; \ :

: $ tent for Starke," Crosby, said. effluent was taken and EPA determined ';>.i ", ,
that no additional treatment I
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o'V 1 1a 'i { p pt a The group included Crosby., City, by a 'sprayirrigation ''field "was1' :,. ". I .. .5. 5
t y Attorney Terry Brown Commissioner necessary that'.efficiency-of the :-, ;
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Vernon Silcox and the city' sewerage treatment plant could be,,. :f.; a ,.. .

a consulting engineer, Don Ruckman improved so the effjuentcould con-i,? v ,..; .

rsww ,fir d Mra The Starke group met, with Sen. tinue to.be; du ped. ,nta'Aliigatgt.! ,:,ili.dW!;; 1 .:'.Y\,. ..... ,:

,j". Chiles and William A, ,Whittington, Creek. .Ji.J'1'1'N.; \ : WYrJ ,., .,"
It EPA's deputy director 'of' office.: .Since that time. EPAofficials had,.,:,)lt(\'', ''j.", 't ?l1? k
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'I water programs operation, and John notified the city that the grant'wash'' ., ( 'I' ....;...;-

't L Ravan, EPA's assistant! "Administrator 'null'andvoid'' and lhelornilllonF'a; ; '. .. ,:', ; .::"':

,,. ,.I.J'!,.... ,of water,programs. grant should be returned: "" <# '<4*' "" 7. S ..s. "":" :

a ., \, Brown drafted a six-page historyof I ,
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through a meticulously planned routine Friday night"timed : 1 the City's wastewater treatment hon may be possible. .- ; .
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hometown fans "% fe- "< *, state and federal agencies, the city jected and a hearing set on the situa-.j; ,, I

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I Deadlock: Costs District Teachers at Least r $47.0O0 in Merit Pay Benefits : "::' t, r 1


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Each side blames the other but board/administration and the that BEA wants to look at the merit "..apparently exceeded authori meritorius school '
my portion. The ad- positive aspects. After the adJi i k'l; : '' .. ::g
the result is $47,000 is apparently be-1 teacher union the Bradford Educa- pay'' evaluations in a positive man- ty." ministration wanted that point and minlstrators retired to a private con-!M+;<}I; .;
ing thrown away for lack of an tion. But at- the last minute, as the Miller and Versis said the This the .
ner. year, Florida, Legislature the BEA agreed. It was further ference room, and the leacher team'huddled --'';0. {.
agreement on how to evaluate. plan was being presented to the negative aspects of the evaluation appropriated $19.5 million for school''' agreed that half the money coming In a corner of the board v-' ",,;;,
teachers for merit pay. school board Bradford school administrators could be used for counseling with districts the to the district
a throughout state to initiate for merit paywould both sides returned without : a8 ,' ; :
The bargaining session blew' up Jim Duncan and Tom teacher but not for merit pay pur. merit pay, additional pay for, .go to the meritorious school agreement' and the meeting anTi"; : ;, "s

Monday night, Sept. 24, after school Casey huddled and refused to accept poses. teachers who demonstrate high !It .was further agreed ,that a about 10:30 p.m. "' '', .r
board members had been kept coolthe package. Duncan approached Casey and the teaching standards. teacher should be rated with 0 ;
; 1, 2,
ing their heels for 2'/i hours to apAt issue are the positive and two huddled at hearing the explanation There are three aspects of the or 3 on each item on the evaluation Basic questionsconsidered ware:, "v ," .. ,.;
prove the agreement which has to be negative elements the evaluation Who would be' Included In'; the ; [ ;
on by Miller and Versis. Casey then teacher merit pay law passed by the Instrument. The area or domain of "
in Tallhassee no later than Monday. distribution,, of funds at the merit'' ::
instrument the Florida Measure announced the administration could legislature: a state meritorius discipline, for instance Included
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Word from Supt.! Tom Casey's office ment System, proposed for usage to not igore negative aspects in the teacher plan, a local meritorious items. A teacher getting positive 17. school? What Items would be Used to'a'i(;
Wednesday afternoon is that a board evaluate teachers for the merit evaluation for merit school determine the meritorious ,school? ,i '} 'y
be held late pay pay purposes.The plan, and 'a local merit marks on 90 percent of the 17 items What wouutd the :! ,1. '. ,.,
meeting can as as noon plan passed by the 1983 Legislatrure. evaluation' Instrument -
administration
team met In teacher plan. It would be possible fora 'would.termed outstanding, 80 '
Saturday, Sept. 29, for the school It has been agreed by the BEA 'private again after that,, but could teacher to earn up to$3,000 extra if would be excellent and 70 pepcent In lude'ln'. the merit''teacher : \

,board to 'approve the plan. Administration team, headed by BEA President come up with nothing the BEA team qualifying for all three portions of cent satisfactory A 70 percent per.or plan? It was, this last question '.' r' \

ford Education sources Association say the Brad Julie Miller\ and the school board would buy.Versis the merit pay program, school of% less rating ,on .any area such as which the, disagreement. .arose. ,, ,'...", >: '}t';,)) ( '

must team, represented by professionalagree who did not caucus with ficials said. discipline, would disqualify the from ''Mrs.' Miller said it was the Intent t'f; i
to meet
An again. had been bargaining agent Tony Versis to use administrators over the positive- On the local side it was agreed by the merit pay program. of the Legislature to approach merit,.: ''i{ : 'r

reached apparent on a merit agreement plan by the only the positive aspects of each negative aspect apologized to the the bargaining teams that every Supt. Casey said he could not pay, from, a positive point of view';;\ ,,-' r i :?:.
from pay item on the evaluation sheet. Mrs. school board for the apparent last. employee in the school would par-, recommend a policy to the school and that is what BEAwas, trying toe ";
bargainers the school
MillerexplainedtolheschoolboardIn minute disagreement saying he had tlcipaw in the money for the board a policy considering only ,do S i ,ri .:; '. '/'

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Hampton... Waters, Hart mi., Run-Off Tuesday... Dist. 5 > Seat :,Y.. III I':.;;.:f I

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A second o ) ? j. f':. .
one-race primary elect '
This is a rerun of the 1980 .
race
Mayor Changes Mind, Reinstates Marhaal tion turnout Oct. 2,of will over surprise 14 percent Elections Tuesday I I when Hart won by 24 votes in the second 1 i 1I 9.t t,2T/l' 'IqN 11
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primary over Waters. In I960.) '< ", ", polty; ; .:'.
Hampton Marshal John Hodges was reinstated after a 2 day suspension Supervisor Neva Flynn. Waters, as he did this years led the ', ',

by action of the same that suspended him, in a one minute meeting "...and I hope I'm wrong," Mrs. first primary; In the ,1980 first! .. "iii V.' t1'.

Thursday, Sept. 30. ;," Flynn said 'Wednesday afternoon primary' Waters had 1,686 votes to '", :. AEI Yr "t rr' !I 1

Mayor Gordon Wadsworth reinstated Hodges aftezr he has suspended Sept. 26. A 14 percent turnout of the second place. Hart: 991 in- a five. ,/ 'etf4fI
him without pay Tuesday Sept. 18, by delivery of a letter specifying, 6,846 registered Democratic-volers M'4r 'man race. In the second primary in '1 I' >:
dereliction of duty and insubordination will be 958 w ", It 1
only votes a miserable 1980 Hart polled 2,023 to Waters' ar ,'f
,Hodges was accused of following specific duties outlined In recently turnout by. Bradford standards Ir ,
of 2001. S' '" t&1t I, 4 I U
enacted rules for conduct of his office. He had alledgedly failed to per 75-80 percent In big year elections Back in 1976 there was a one-race ,<,. ',:. ..... ..; <,,
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: form patrols outlined for the Hampton school zone. The District second primary election in, which on- '
county commissionrace t4'k
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Hodges stated at the lime of his that he believed Wadsworth
suspension was led in the first primary by ly 14." 'percent ,of the Bradford
was"seeking revenge": Hodges' part in an investigation of theft of
.city challenger Wilbur Waters over Incumbent voters turned out, but there were no I.'
monies earlier this this year. Homer Hart ,local candidates in that race. Stilly "
I Hampton Elwood by 208 votes. \
Mayor-Elect
had
Padgett contacted
Hodges about Waters' leading vote was 1,893 to ar I'" Mrs. Flynn didn't want to revise her \;
*:Thursday afternoon that Wadsworth a
say was seeking a resolution
j Hart's 1.685. Third man Blake estimate of 14 percent,.turnout Tues S
\ of the suspension matter. At a further contact about 5:45: that same after Hamilton of Brooker day. / : ?st
had
I I noon. Hodges said Padgett stated that. Wadsworth would reinstate him at 787' votes. M percent"of Bradford voters .,' b :; +l '
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that Tuesday outcome depends "
on
! evening's meeting.
v4't 4.904 votes In the Hart-Water ;
' i Wadsworth making mention of which candidate can get his voters to ) race 1, "' "
' no Padgett's part in the negotiation, turned out for the first :,,
I primary to
.the polls it is
stated at the brief meeting that he was putting HodgeS back to work. "For generally agreed. I elect three incumbents.' 1964., has
the benefit of the city of Hampton, Mr. Hodges and I have Both candidates ,
reached an are having a time 't been,an : ( {
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j, agreement and I will lilt <(
I. Wadsworth prefaced his statement by saying "This will be a Very short says his signs are being torn up and ; Incum.en.'i art. S3: (\liviW', in'th*' :,'\ .
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I meeting. He staled that he had sought advice and "didn't do anything l ih replaced by Hart signs. Hart lost New River are; Is ftef-empk! ) ; .\
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\ I legal. Officials present for the mayor's reinstatement announcement eight big plyboard signs, and says a farmr and has "fi'r, ,. ,) l 1 ;vul1q '
a commercial .
4tS were Council Chairman Ted Curtis, council members Scott Davis and his signs are being torn up andreplaced custom ylrnderurvice.-/ ,. .1,' '" aftAvSSr11.ij : ;,.; !;'i.
: Rourke and Clerk Lola -" .' : .'\ /S ,, ,,, ; '
Roy Williamson. with Waters signs.' >, Waters, %..lives West Mwtt i 11 : i.,4 t liowi; KBJ \\ /
1''' : Hoedges said that much of the 30 odd crowd present there to 'Jf they'll Just wait on ,,ud" r, aid)
were sup until after the 1St Wilbur L
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R,' port, him, and staled "I want to thank everybody fnrcoming.; election Waters, quipped, 111\ help, tear them-down," ,$r;' k.fy k.- chipping: .contractor' for a, .tintbssl-,1i'. 1":" At*$ < ,lncuraLnr SiWZ'l+ 'V'? .. 'w t'::}rof .

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In the newspaper<< sometimes. the whole story isn't .. ,,
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( game 'tt;# m>6 ru s r tMMas.as. ,
always told and we can't gel our own opinion muddled in Ihe tl' ,. ,
of the facts. It'* somewhat like a train headed down the : ? ?o wW ,F
the engineer would really like to Mop off! on a SIDKTKACK : : ,
IlIrll)' and just tell the passengers a little more than can be ,
in the "straight shirt" Journey down the main track or : ,j
,star So here somethingran\ the SIDKTKACK. jI

Who'll Judge SludgeThe ;: ;'i } _, ,. I

hand writing wait on the wall...
We knew the big cities would be screaming for fresh water )
or later. They'd need it because so many folks have come '
gathered 1 on land covered with concrete where grass! won't ( a ] .J I.J
water dun flow. \,
They locale near post offices where they can pick up their
close to airports! and ocean cruiser dock for amusement and !

business transportation.So : ; and Bub Brown Post 1\CI.\mt'fIUIIIA'1t11l1l
"h"l'lIlhlll got to do with North Florida and our t'tlunh'Wt' \ ,
kilt'Iht'" would van! our water What we didn't know : raising the flag are Sgt.Jimmy llankprxon. ,i
how would for il. folks be )' IVIIrnay. SIt. Angela Williams, and'pl.
they try to pay Country seem to a ''I
different from tht'II\.t'rul(" human city dweller. Country folks
the /
/ error in the Sept. 20 edition in which
IN off with .
always bought mere money.So
to the -The Editor.
what do the big cities have to offer country folks? l wrong party. I I

SI.UiGE... STARKE '':
What's that? :1\
Run to your dictionary, because this new urban word has CHURCH OF GOD

lo Webster's American Heritage version. j22 _N._, SI.' Clair_ n 964.5445_ _
The dictionary defines sludge as "I. mud mire, or gaze \ Walter F, Montz. Pastor .
the ground or forming a deposit, as on a river bed." round, We invite you to worship with us,
Keep reading, its the second definition that brings the "
ent ATTEHMD NURSERY '
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home." Suniiy SckMl. . . . 10 ..... .
treatmentof 2. Slushy, matter or. sediment such. us thai precipitated by Mtmtol. WmM"" . . 11 a.se !.

: sewage.Hingo' home Evtntaf Strrice . . . I p."!.
next Wadntriiy" YMrtk. . . 7:30 ,.III. ',
SEWAGE... ,
Why, you ask. would the country folk exchange pure clean -
jug water for "slushy matter" > Opening Sa es
Some grower cull it "black gold" because: it serves' as a
tiliser at a much lower cost than commercial fertilizers.
So what does this have to do with our county? j SALON
The first 2ao"-acre plot approved by the stale Department of
vironmental Regulation started receiving sludge from lawtcy. Fl (CR 3006 South across from IC1))
recently. 782-3741, or 782-3834 to 5 thru 10/31
The complaint is thai the sludge Minks! especially when it's
Hold one Class 1 sludge being dumped on Bradford County Perms
isn't supposed to be "..dnrllulI, slink i according to the stale
perts.The. $15 C
big city sewage treatment experts classify their "slush : :
ter" in three categories: Class! I. Class 2. and Class 3. .
M6H1 MANAGE i
They say Class I sludge has been chemically treated ; ;
state regulations HO it can be safely dumped on the ground :
won't smell bad or cause health problems when it slides
soil and into the water supply.
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'They nay ('III 11M 2 sludge has been partially treated and I
only had the water removed.
To move from Class 3 up to Class I obviously'costs money.
chemicals kill germs don't come cheap.
Clay County fought with Jacksonville when the big city ",,
dump some of their Number 2 and Number 3 sludge over by

Park.Clay County said "No thank you!"
One of Bradford ("(lunh"s officials, called to investigate the
to Vote
"slinky" problem said the odor he smelted out there north of .
awtey would "knock your socks off and maybe cause you to
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your lunch. j
The question is. if Class 1 sludge doesn't have a strong
was being dumped (lullht're'?
Now for the real problem.... r WvY ) +yv '
When the-bigcity's friends! back theif tanker \ and to l' ; i TIO OOfS/CLnSEy/ ; ra i ;::11'
sewage plant no one is theretoudge" the sludge" make .
wgatRea{ t1-fd 4; r.JI'l"1Itt' &!t'jt.PJIOIK'd! 10 goi\l, ;( ( ; :{ : ilnDJ.UJD: Ht ni.
('elUlIl\Ijoulld truck.
To further) confuse the issue, a town just north of Lawteyi
I Baldwin i has been approved to receive Number 2 sludge. : AL ELECTION
:So. what's to prevent a truck bound for Baldwin from
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this point, no safeguards are provided by the stale. days.'n !
what's troubling Bradford County officials.
The only warning of trouble in the air Is the smell coming 6 1984 5 'p .M.f

the dumped.Now land.where the non-smelly Class 1 sludge is supposed to .

for the best part.
Jacksonville isn't paying Bradford County to be allowed to '
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The landowner is paying Jacksonville to receive the rich I

to grow grass houses( where the grass won't grow and the water don't flow. "
Buying Class I sludge is "much much cheaper than
frtil/.cr. we're told. : 964-6280
So, what's the bottom line?
The human waste from the big city has actually become I
"slush fund" to barter for what they'll eventually need from ; i : : Flynn
country counties, where fertilizer is needed and clean, clear
still free and available. : of Elections

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One problem with going up space no
We think they should have lied about the toilet being '
at least not mentioned it. If our toilet at home wa* stopped : ::
wouldn't put the news on television.
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south end of Keystone Club Estates board meaning fi'| 'disappears mobile home for which a well and\\1> /.:"
at', Keystone ,Heights has been almost '- :
a fast a The Water septic tank were already Installed > 1 : .1 I
recommended for m-lussifk-ation table Is tix" feet. > ,, when'she purchased the properly\!::;"' > .. l. t '
for :-a planned Unit development ", First phase of I the project.will be to Zoning Director L.t t: Gaines';,isaid '. ..:r : It" : >r, \ "::1' ",
HUD i I as requested by developer build a road. Th!f zoning board set a' i 'a third mobile home could be added )'I,1, _'i '
Jack C'Mirtmiy.The '' two-year\ limit'"on the:reclassifita-- ,, under the' KSF-MH classification'' :: ''';' .
Bradford Zoning Board'i lion( after '\\'hlch'propclrl; )' Would "which requires' 20000. square i feet |
favorable recommendation 'Mill -!to rovettttd'its; ,current inglf'familyresidential plus 100 feet,of frpntage.! I'| "
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at Yts ,; ) clastjflcation. jCourlnaysaid I. .. 'I''
I meeting for final.approval: "'' heexpects, ='j+] (to .have (the'hjad When purchasing the CrOsb Lake'' ( i.L>
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Entrance to the proposed PUIJ) is completed within a year ; < Shores properly Mrs. Trainor said .,.
not from SK-21. but from Ponce, de she,checked to see If it was property ..
Leon I Drive in Keystone Club, 'In other! action,, the zoning board t classified! for mobile home and -vas Two of Florida's 1B9 Academic Scholar,:. i'
Estates. The PUD will not front on recommended; : i ii j" told it was. She later discovered 1 the -. Julee I WUv. left and ;Michelle KlinuliN, rcifUt'H ', : t. .
i tvrDuiivun ul u recent.ehool board liircliiiK.
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acres to within improper RSF classifies! .1 and rIfieiileH
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a quarter mile of the Keystone! Approval l of aj!request by IhcfDu- Tuesday night was asking to have, .. ) Prbteipal Jim ::,
United Methodist Church. Pont. Company to reclassify 'from 'the property approved! to allow a' o / I
The PUD will| | have a greet bufferall RS.. single family,residential,;andKSK'MH mobile home. There are both mobile :Two BHS Students Receive Honors '.. t ..
the way around it. Court:)- Binglei'{: family residential! homes and permanent homes in the /
plans four units per acre, a mixture but allowing mobile homes. 330, neighborhood, Mrs, Trainor said. The two former BHS students academic achievements Duncan s
of duplex triplex, and quadraplex acre, tract NE of Law ley to iEA. by Kelli Carver Michelle Kimutis, valedictorian of said. Both are currently students at
units are planned. Courtnay told the agriculture1to, permit mining. Du. Director. Gaines said it would not ,A proud note opened the Bradford the 1984 class and Julee Wise who Santa Fe Community College.
zoning 1 board the development, will Pont's, ,Ben, Motley' said .(h... company be spot zoning because the County School Board meeting Mon- also graduated with high honors ;
be similar to (the first mulH-family expects tomine, the property .reclassification would not ,alter the. day night. Sept-. 17, as two graduateswere were designated as Academic Following the presentation by
unit developed by Bud Emery in within five year,. character of (he neighborhood honored among the first 69 Scholars. They were among 69 Duncan the school board and audience -
Geneva lake KM.ite, There may be The county recently| enacted a conservation students named Florida Academic students statewide who, were honored the -two young "
some two-story units. No commercial : law prohibit ing-improper Scholars. recognized (or ,their outstanding women with a standing ovation. '
I development IK planned.: usage ofenvironmentally, : sensitive 62. Permits Issued... Michelle Kimutis, daughter of Mr
('uurtm,)' said he will build In areas. Since. the, DuPont Company.. S xty-Io: ,building permits were and Mrs. Edward Kimutis and
order as the unit are needed. He apparently I fearing inclusion( some issued by the zoning office this,, Julee ''Wise, daughter of Mr and
said; the first step will be to complete of its lands in the conservation area, month through Sept. 25, with values Mrs; Wallace Wise, both of Starke
roads in the area, continuous from has:! beet! having it reclassified' to totaling $864,970, Director Gaines; were introduced by Bradford High
Keystone Club Estates.'There'will min reported' to the. zoning board Principal Jim Duncan as two of 69
also, he a,road In a westerly direction: \ ; members'. students recognized in the state for
exiting onto Speedville Road Approval of a request by Mrs The permits Included: 7''' single this''' outstanding achievement. BItS t
The 29 acres goes front 170 feet Edna Trainor for a RS"'-l\fIl. single family dwellings with permit values would! have had a third student to +
above sea level |o a low point of 130 family residences ''but allowing totaling $256,300; ''one duplex qualify, but Catherine Roach who
?\ feet. Courtnay says, which will mobile homes for her eight lots, in $123,200; 28 additions; $121.700; 20 entered college after the 11th grade
i mean excellent drainage-to a low Crosby Lake Shores, Mrs., Trainor mobile homes. $188,700; 6 commercial didn't have enough high, school
, natural retainage'area. he said. The said double-wide mobile will occupy : perimits totaling $175,600. Fees credits to qualify
a soil is. classified: as "ovcrdrain three of the eight lots; and':that to the zoning office totaled $2.614 To have two students so honored
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SeIf i ford High, points out Principal Dun
4 JI Stoieet =help Programi! Discussed. can; I

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A self-help program for funding of a bond Issue or iunds. obtained .. to the plan a's a way to enable property Florida Legislature 'and the Slate ,
I, improvements* In the Call Street through a. bank loan. owners underwrite street Board of Education to recognize
district was discussed at '''a meeting Success, of the plan would depend and building Improvements over-a. highschool ''seniors whose ac- (I'\'\, '
y' of the 1 Downtown'' Progress Committee -'! u'pon the pity's cooperation long 'period of time. ;The'property, complishments: were above and 8.180' :
. !\tonda)''night Sept, 24: ing to let the tax !Increment, resting owners would benefit by a higher occupancy beyond the regular graduation program 1.r I.. \.. :
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whereby income is generated from The plan has been used successfully : was said. To qualify as an Academic Solid State Electronic' ,) '
increased values of property in the! by Jacksonville Pal tka, and other ,Scholar he said a Student must Ignition. > '1
at least 1100 the Scholastic
target district. Taxes Realized from) towns and cities in the area. The bank loan or bond issue would score on r '\ "
Test SAT least 'All carburetor
Aptitude ( ) oral t 28 onthe''An'ierlcan' position "
the increase between present ap- Mayor Jimmy Crosby expressed be set 'at a figure' largeenough \o '
Test ACT
prxiAals and their higher appraisal interest in this method of financing finance landscaping and other.im- Both standardized College tests(of I Automatic &manual chain oiling system IS"30' replaceable '
after improvements are made downtown improvements and,: : indicated provements in the 'Call that national sprocket-nose bars/17", 21", 25" hard-tipped 13" & 14" reversible'bows
would be earmarked far,.repayment __ '_ the" citv ,might: be' receptive district: T .TGUSRANTfcEp spettlye\college'students.: norms, are given In to addi-pro also available CounterVibe feature for smooth operation -
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: lion the student must maintain a 3.0 '. Powerful 3.9 cu. In. engine Powerhead weighs less than 14 |bs.
; :WEIGHT LOSS grade' poJnraverage in,; all"courses t
StocksNew '
(tt: + Penny taken luring,! their' hlgtl.school pro- 13" Bow .' 't'
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discover/lr ,war against gram6j. 'p'-
,. Issues .olue'Y'! 'OmOZlng.BeijeV' itornO! .this Gf 1>ilq ':d1.{ ve c4I I Ip' r"i T y...program, is estabhshr-" Reg.155B9, ..11 "rl' r/ "f)Now'> -H1 S391",", i t'( A'u'd Yo" S e"1"OC"; > "'! G"llf1\ ''J ,.t\'j'wf-I".. ,' . .
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', Call) Bob Barker ", il'lutet j before each meal.. Thu_|gives you the natural feeling of Mathematics three years of Social 9M-S745 964-8568'
i' ; fullnesjwithoiit: even picking up ou'forIL; Imogine'how you'd lookcarving Studies two years of Foreign OolnbulM by r.o= Inc Box Una.TiKoft, ,QA. 31794.,Call((91!)382.1300: t '
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: : 7" off you hips.. ipso, !4" off your thl .ht..,'up to $" Language, One jof year Health of and Art or Physical Musicand not p.n.a'.a.ourc.ofoNr rtla.p/ ...le II..on.you Wi"'Wo cl does OudIIM"e KM'M llO"anouwr.qupt.Hock lm d ateMNwa of cull((912)):3f2.139.IQf..,_ ".

((Blinder.Robinson. &..Ca.lnc.Jl off,;your buttocks and up ,to ;7" off! your welat'Jo morel' Education.one yea ,I
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t U.S. engine rs have been surveying itndpplanning }t[ ';bbd thence to tlw Gulf of'Mexico:?1' way of tne St. Johns by canal River I.aero.10, ffii the
for a ship or barge cane, across I i Okawa thence
Florida for more than ISO years >and the'I "When- completed much of the produce ridge of Central Fhirida, passing nw
IrRICR30N. first route to be recommended would have, rot the western country .is expected to be Ocala; thence Into the Withlacoochec:
MADISON HAMILTON brought through ground that Is now conveyed across the Peninsula to the port River and on to the Gulf of Mexico at PortInglls.
CO-"UNIII" uVAt.I within the city limits of Starke, believe' It rot Femandiru, at the mouth of the St. Work was actually started during
I or not! 'Marys River." the depression yean of the 1930s, but the
The first route surveyed for a proposed cross- was abandoned during World War
Of Sttrke hadn't been
course, even Col. Joseph M. White. Congressional project
state canal In 1829 Is Indicated by dotted lines on
dreamed 1829 when this first canal Interested II.
about In
delegate from Florida,
above map. Starting at the St. Johns River. It ntrodduced
followed Black Creek to Klngsley Lake thence route was being considered but,it is In in the project and a Interest In the canal was revived during
TAYLOR viaAingatorCreektosampeonlakeontoSantaFe teresting to speculate on whether our town bill to survey the route,which became law the administration of President Johnson:
River connecting with Suwannee River and would have been born thirty years before on March 3. 1826. Work was resumed and continued on a
CLAX Its actual blrthdate of 1857, had this canal: limited scale until 1971 when, largely
ono the Gulf of Mexico. i :i ... .....__.: : .
'UNION + been dug and might now be double or triple -*- : .h. "' because of opposition by environmentalists
; SAINT JO Nr its present size. SCO-Year-Old '!' ,President Nixon issued a stop order

\ Florida was still a Territory In the 1820s. for all further construction. The Florida
t- RA oso KfNCSLCf and a memorandum from the,Territorial' Dream Is Still Legislature and Cabinet have since'

f N Council, presented to Congress on Dec. 23 Dim Hope withdrawn their support, although Congress -
ALACHUA 1824, urged the opening of a canal from the has not yet actually deauthorizcd u>|
wo.cNRIsT *NTg'I' rU NAM St, Johns River to the Suwannee; and call- [ A project. .
,DI.'E' / ERIYeR ed for Immediate attention to the need for But this route,which would have drainedthe The idea of a waterway across Florida'
3 WANYtttg! such a waterway which would "enhancethe water out of Kingsley Lake unless from the Atlantic:to the Gulf has persisted:
RIVER public lands develop the agricultural dams and locks had been constructed: was since the white man first arrived to live In'
resources of Florida promote? the intercourse eventually discarded because the expenseof the land of the Indians over 500 years ago.'
V'', LEYY and enlarge the commerce of the ,, building locks to lift ships across Trail Many Spanish treasure ships were sunk
Atlantic and Western states." H was also !I Ridge, betweer. the lake and the present with great loss of lives as well as gold ant l,
noted that "the canal would be valuable i' location Starke. made this route "im- silver treasure, because of the violent'

for defense; would open the way for profitable I I, pra storms and dangerous reefs encountered,.
canahfever
commerce;,. and would, most of all, The began to die down with while passing through the Florida straits
save lives and money by avoiding the the depression and "hard times" of 1837 .
Canal still believe it would be
around the supporters
dangerous Keys.
passage but was apparently revived some 50 years /'
of great value, especially in time of war,
As described at the time, the proposed later.when The Telegraph reported in its and
I route "...commences at the south branchof issue of March 30, 1888: "For the past when be freight vulnerable troop-transport to attack shipswould

Black Creek, 12 miles westward of the week there has been active work going on around the tip of enemy Florida. The while
canal
:'. .. St.Johns River, in Duval County', and proceeds :in Starke by a party of engineers equipping going would provide a safe and shorter route
;(" ..' .. ''I. .,' by Kingsley's Pond (as Kingsley themselves for a two-month survey across the
"g c., Lake was called at that time) down the state in the interest of the Florida across peninsula. '
a f,2 cI EDITORIALSTelevision t : ;' Alligator Creek to Sampson's, Pond; Steamship Canal." Apparently, however, Opponents say it would endanger the

'< .' .. : a: : Ii" J ., thence to the Santaffe (Santa Fe) River 'nothing further developed ,,from this state s water supply with possibility of
,' ;' "'. I 1 J'I., : salt water Intrusion, and would not be cost
(I, .; J'',; .e :\vtl. ''t,'"' and along Its channel to the natural bridgethe survey
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/ t' effective from the standpoint of
.1. ( point where the river disappears Previous to the administration of President mileage
4 'Images9Dominating : :l.? underground near present Camp 0 Leno Franklin Roosevelt, starting in 1933 saved by shipping.

., I,,' near High Springs); thence westward to Army,engineers had made 38 surveys of After 500 years of controversy it is hard
.; the Suwannee River, and from this river possible canal routes across Florida, and to believe that the idea of a cross-state '
Politics :, : \. ultimately across the country toSt.|, :Marks, .I finally concluded that the best would be by canal is dead for'all time.
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Confused by campaign rhetoric, conflicting an ecstatic mass naturalization f Letters ,: .-. .. '''I

polls, and change of image projected ceremony in Miami, complete with i i Weatheiization Program .1.1I
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on television? Well, join the club. chants of' 'Four More Years'. It was Real Campaign ,! .... ; I I i ; 1
a' ?
termed ;
More and more, the election of a' classical example of an in- Issues Sidetracked '

President is being determined, not by his cumbent commercials getting TV for him.and press to make By Religious Debate Open for ApplicationsThe i

reasoned discussion of the issues that 'J

affect the future of our Nation, but "In contrast, Mr. Mondale's pursuit Church The current(Roman trend Catholic of and the Protestant Christian' Weatherization Program adpanes of glass sealing and/or caulk

rather on which man projects the best of serious issues had him plodding alike to intimidate the leaders of our ministered by the Suwannee River ing cracks patching holes in floors, 1

image on television. through two speeches, one on foreign country into making law to the satisfaction p Economic Council, is still operating ceilings and exterior walls: patching 9
policy, and the other on industrial of the church,behooves moderate and fair'r In Bradford ,County, providing and/or kool-sealing roofs to I
Although the candidates continue to policy. Neither of these minded people to take heed The following' materials and labor at no cost to the keep cold air out. Weatneri/ation I.
travel the country, from one coast to the > important words, excerpted from a speech by President recipient to make eligible homes as funds cannot be used to replace t
other, their main purpose is not to policy speeches got the attention or stir- John F. Kennedy speaking in weatherproof as funds will permit. steps, porches, or screens. ,
discuss the' complex issues of foreign red the emotions like Mr. Bush's ap-' 'Houston, Texas, to the Greater Houston Priorities are given to the elderly Following is the' new income I
and domestic but to pearance before thousands of new Ministerial Association In 1960, are just as and those with ,the lowest Income guidelines for allowable household i
policy, project citizens, waving flags and chanting. true now as they were then. and/or whose house is in most need income based on size of family'unit: !
themselves into settings and situations And "believe ,weatherproofing., One person 16,229; ((2) $8,400; ((3)) I
that play well on the evening news emotions", it seems, are what counton in an America where the $10.575-C4); ( $12,750; ((51' $14,925; ((6)) 1
television. separation 'of church and state Is Proof of income for the entire $17,100; (71) $19,272) (cal $21.450. For I'; ,
Between them, the two political par- abSolute...where no Catholic prelate would lamllyandproorofownershlpmust family units ''with more '1han'8 i I
ties will spend upward of $50 million on Tuesday Sept. 18 brought the "best",''tell the President should he be a Catholic, accompany the application. Tax members' add $2,175 member. I
ol per
TV ads this year. With such a stagger- drama" the week, according to the'Journal how to act his and no Protestant j, minister receipt for the land and/or trailer title Qualified persons who 'would 1' ,
report, as Mondale. 'would tell parishioners' for .;whom torvoteewbereuoechuurh or registration will be J
ing investment in showmanship it is appearing. tag accep- benefit from this program may
no ,.
: church school is
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at the University of Southern pc e.o-Renla.-propertyo.me-oAI.8 be b the-SABEl' .
California eeme trewe4pEenter--
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wonder they try to.get...their rmone .'$_, ant ,ppy, pttblir ,.t4afle..oC ) .
: : canstdgredww. h r,
worth by ,exploiling htupcecious..fev .. avas heckled by : 'rude"Rdafian"ujplporters" ( >o ref nee; lihdnwhereno-man''1n1Mm rim k 14 v"" t ,the
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: Mr! Rea g'itff6Y1!dnfra'sr' Q'brleg"1N0'flp"blecatYaO'11Br' f8
rlurt
minutes alloted them on the news each goT" f811'gion pro fafflnncimieS" repiace- lonorca OOoI-4iti96l rmfor- ..
night. Brownie points by announcing "a bundle differs from the president who might appoint -' ment of windows doors broken malion.County .
of goodies for debt-ridden farmers"who him or the people who might elect. \
Last week, for instance the '' .him..." I
during the first three and a half'
Republicans said their plan was to emphasize years of his administration, lost their Churches,church groups, or Individualsof
that "America is back" farms given church affiliations, like anyone''I,, :
through
(whatever that means) while the bankruptcy in record .else, certainly*have the right under our Agent's Notebook ;i
numbers. :
system of government to make their feel- Robby I..Ta,1or
Democrats said they wanted to focus on The 'InIlS and wishes known,. Th..I.n1.I. nI ,
issues, such as arms control and trade. credit following day, Mondale was given ''ficial, )however, -j Is-'a' .persons i who 'Is I I

But with all the television emphasis on by the Journal analysts for .obligated by oath to serve ALL of the: CaterpillarsAnd Bacillus'thuringiensis isn't a chemical, :
hype rather than substance, their planned "speaking forcefully on the environ- citizens of this country. He must not allow Ornamentals It's a bacterial concentrate that's deadly,
messages fell short of expectations. ment upon receiving the first endorsement -' himself to be unduly Influenced' by ANY only to caterpillars: It won't harm any j
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of the Sierra Club". But for TV'' single group. During late summer caterpillars cause other insects.

The sad part is that by this process, purposes, this incident could have been The presidential campaign I ,1 this year problems for gardeners all over our state. When applying insecticides should I
voters are too often influenced by im- made more effective does not seem to be able to rid Itself of the As you probably know, caterpillars are the always you '
by it in
use
staging
an larval of caution and
stage butterflies and moths. common >sense. p
ages instead of messages. One observerof "environmental setting" rather than relatively unimportant nonsense of trying.. While of the adults Avoid contact with the concentrate and
a to legislate morals and many winged are at i
the! political scene summed UD- the city rally, the critics said. real issues of our turbulent, get times.down, to the tractive the damage caused by the larvae stay out of the spray drift. Read the product
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resulting confusion as follows: certainly is not. Because caterpillars are label carefully, and follow all direc t
On the same day Mr. personally want (the ': lions exactly '
Reagan's TV candidates to tell ravenous feeders, they can cause considerable
"Four years ago, Mr. Reagan told us arrangers were accused of "stepping on me how they are going to prevent a damage in a short time,So,early :
the country was in a depression because their own visual" when one of the staff nuclear war; how they are going to bring detection and prompt counter measures

the unemployment rate was 7.5 percent. was quoted as having said the President this country to a position of fiscal respon- are very important,
sibility and FORESTRY i
Today, the unemployment' rate is again didn't need to speak about substance vince the people'how.they of the are world going not to to con-in- There are far..too many kinds of 'pest''caterpillars '

7.5 percent, but this is, 'according to because the picture was all that really terfere with the ecological balance that to cover-in single article but
Reagan, wonderful, economic mattered.On keeps our planet intact. Surely it'must be I will discuss a few of t tfw.Common.ones IN BRADFORD COUNTY t

recovery. The mortgage rate in 1980, obvious to everyone that if we annihilate you basic may encounter and cnmment\on some 11 By DavMW.Natoa'
Mr. Reagan said, was a disastrously September 20 news of the bombing the schools and the children school prayer control measures. .

high 14.5 percent. Today it is 14.1 of the U.S. Embassy annex in Beirut will be a moot point. Sod webworms and fall armyworms .

but people have t become> used percent to crowded out any planned image-making' David L,Dodge seriously damage lawns. And it's not Free Seedlings J 1

high interest rates and provided a test of campaign Rte.,Box 778,Star e time unusual Webworms for; both are to attack the smaller at the of same the For Idle Acres .'

reflexes in both camps. Reagan was two species,' Timber all Floridawant \ !'
"In 1980 Waters reaching a length of only companies across
Reagan:, was berating Jim- Protests "
quoted as saying he was sure security about three-quarters of an Inch compared J, you as l landowners\ to lake advantage
my Carter over the spectre of a $60 had been adequate, and calling the Sign Destruction.' \ to one-and-a-half Inches for armyworms. of a golden opportunity, '
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billion federal deficit, Today, Reagan's tragedy a "painful reminder of the I ;; In general both are greenish in the young Bradford County landowners.li if you
per-
deficit is three am writing, regard to my political stage turning brown
times higher that as they, mature have'
sistent threat of terrorism in the signs that someone;) is tearing down as fast Their feeding similar ;' five acres that, are idle o> nonproductive
Carter's and still rising.. Mr. Reagan world." The President's decision not to as I can put them up. A lot of money, not to ed or ragged leaf edges.resulting However notch- get down to the ASCS office and

says it will go away of its own accord. return to the White House, after the mention the hard work of putting them up, worms tend (o feed _In patches While,web ar sign up under the Free Seedling Pn>Kramr \,

"Mondale tells us and most bombing but to continue with his five'' went into these Signs, myworms cause more!!.scattered damage.The This program was created to encourage
responsible
Maybe the thinks
person private landowners to plant trees on their
economists agree that the Reagan planned campaign appearances for the that by tearing down my signs it.will look orange dog caterpillar Is a common land. You may have heard about this program
deficits bode disaster; higher interest day was considered a media "mistake"by as if I'm not working hard to become the'' pest on citrus trees. It's black with white In other north Florida'cownties in:

rates, crippled export industries, the Journal anal sts. It provided "an next County Commissioner, District 5.But which markings look, and slimy looking, Its eggs past years.This year the opportunity to ob-
another housing slump, farm-price col- opening for Mondale," they said. I believe that the voters can plainly seethat laid on the newest like small yellow beads, are tain, these seedlings has been given totes
plant growth.At
maturi
signs ho In places
my are longer up counties. Including Bradford.
lapses, record balance-of-payment ,So much for media coverage of the they were before and if they will look close ty, the orange dog becomes a swallowtail'butterfly. '

deficits and ultimately a deeper presidential candidates to date. And it is enough they will find them on the ground. i contributions This programis possible only through

economic recession.''And yet, Mondale's' doubtful'' the forthcoming long- torn to pieces. J r ,. If r.ou'v ever'suddenly' felt a sharp paper'. received from pulp and
companies: sawmills timbfl'dealers
warnings sound hollow.'The future If the person esponsible-will wailuntil aUng while
is pruning
,
a awaited debates ,do much a plant, and'nthersponaarswhohaveanInterestInhefuture
long time and more to the election is over. r will be more you may have come in contact with two equipment suppliers
away, nobody knows
what it exactly enlighten voters than just project more, than happy to let them help me (tear them stripes tone white and one maroon) down ,of !'.!
bring. With $200 billion' "image". Mr. Reagan's refusal to con- down. i'm! ',;, both sides of its body. 'It has many clumps, (orestry
deficits, we" are in uncharted. economic form to the true debate format of one- Wilbur Waters;sanitidate' of stiff poisonous hairs. Touching these is Any eligible landowner can aign-up'for
territory. on-one exchanges between County. Commissions, : Dist,'9. painful to most people tn some cases the 'up to 80 acres worth of these free seeds !
In candidates -'i jt I'. l' ''j'I reaction is' bad enough to require :ings:!,,DO not think l, that just because lny
an effort to will result in
how and likely
gauge Reagan nothing more'than rare free that It
Historical hospitalization The 10 moth must be something that so
Articles! ? caterpillar '
Mondale are faring in beaming their im glorified question and answer sessions. Are \ "which is only one' of. several stinging meone wants to 91. rid of. These seedlings. !
ages (and messages) to the masses of Just another "media event"".. Appreciated" 1"As varieties, Is' found 'on such, plants, as ,are the improved variety of pines that you
voters, the Wall'' Street '*I hibiscus, 'poinsettias. palms._ ;and see".owing'. ntturally throughout ow
monitored Journal Mr. Mondale is given credit for level a native of Bradford County: I would'like ..others.Caterpillars. many area.,. Nn? "rty-f( you get free trees to !
TV 'coverage from ing with the voters by proposing higher' to express my'deep appreciation for ( ,, plant) *b >WJ can< l have 'the *best of the kit, I.
September 16 throug September 20. taxes as the only your frequent articles and sketches can" be controlled Who said yOU can'l'' *have and
to lower your cake eat? I
way the )
your editorial page of the history, of the i mechanically or with chemical sprays, If it too!' "
Here are ,some interesting excerpts budget deficit. "But. when it comes area. They are very informative,, ,and Jcllp" the;, caterpillarsare' : large, and JewIn\ ,
from the:'Journal's findings: down to selling the sunniest scenario for and save them all." :, 'number;they can be removed from plants' If yr.'U are interested In this program you,, ;
the future, 'Mr. Reagan wins The current feature on New Rfver'Bap- by hand Or. if egg masses are recognized, can call' my office' or toP by the ASCSof-<
"Vice President ,
George Bush carried'the time." every list Church is particularly' interesting .these can be destroyed before they'hatch flee at the Agricultural building and .,...-'
Republican banner 'and got high the Thomas Prevatt mentioned<< as one of ,Chemical control materials' include s 'vhv up. Bradford County may not have this or ,
marks from media experts for reaching Substance or image? The American the charter members was my. greet-great. malathion; and bacillis thurln lensis. "portunUy again' for a few years 10 dent. :'.

out to new, ethnic voters .by'attending people must choose on November 6. grandfather. ", : : Sevin,is a stomach poison that's good ti pass.It up if,you're: interested. I
The local citizens( who are Interested In use on small caterpillars: that are hard to
preserving the old buildings etc I are to be
find.However,serin isn't a very good con.tact '
: : .. '. commended; also retaining the historic ( ''So
poison.1 it cant be used
against
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,r and Mrs A. Russell Norman Celebrate 50th Anniversary : S5SH ; (; ,

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Mr. and Mra. A. Russell Norman The anniversary cake table was asf .
celebrated the 50th anniversary of centered wtlh a three-tiered cake .
their wedding Friday evening, Sept. topped with a small wooden bench The
21, with a' beautiful reception at the holding a ceramic bride and groom f ,,1 st M Glady* EditOf
Woman's Club of Starke. which was used at the Norman's 25th i'Y .
The club was decorated in a pink anniversary Five branched ,
and gold color motif. A basket of candelabra holding pink tapers and J I Soctoty '
pink roeee, pink gerbera daisies and small nosegays of pink roses and ribbon Y:; '?- News!!
gold chrysanthemums and gladiolus flanked the cake. Mrs. Neil 9847608 ,"
was flanked by tall, ivy-covered Tucker and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthycut '
floor candelabra holding pink tapers and served the cake.
and used as a background in front of Each punch table was centered 1 y'' .
the stage. At each corner of the with a silver punch bowl encircled, tp } Did You Know.......... ." 't>\I'. x'j<
room in front of this background with fern and gold chrysan A.J. and Mrs. AI K. Mrs. Iris Badman''' New
were,two punch tables. The anniversary themums. Mrs. M.A. Payne and Carlisle Mrs. Barry in Charlotte N.C.. Brunswick, Canada arrived Tuesday .
cake table was placed in the Mrs. Guy Sale served delicious gold Wednesday were to Sunday attending the for three weeks visit with her '
center of the room, flanked by the punch. Yarn Crafters Guild .1.ter..law.Mn.. V J.Spengler ant. "
long food table on the right and the A two-tiered chocolate cake, topped Southeastern Mr. Spengler.JADES 11rtD
meeting and buying trip. .,jt<
chocolate cake table on left. All of with a miniature farmer holdinga "
the tables were covered with Ar small garden hoe, and standing by
my/Navy linen and lace cloths. his cucumber vines, centered the W
Ferns and gift plants and flowers table and was flanked with three ,Y[
were placed at vantage points branched candelabra holding pink ;= '
around the room. tapers and nosegays of pink roses '
Mrs. L.A. Canova greeted guestsat and ribbons. Mrs. Lamar Reddish
the door and invited them to sign niece of Mr. and Mrs. Norman, andMrs.
the guest book. Mrs. T.H. Slade Clyde Sinclair served the cake. 8M ITH
presided over the guest book at a The long refreshment table was' .
table decorated: with an arrange centered with a lovely arrangement i
ment of in a crystal bud of pink roses, pink gerbera daisies, :
vase. A feathereroses pen was used for and gold chrysanthemums In a' _J/
signing the guest book. Mrs. W.B. silver and crystal epergne which -
Mundy presented the guests to Mr. was a gift from Norman's 25th wed-- Mr.and Mrs.A:Russell Norman
and Mrs. Norman. ding anniversary. Silver trays held
Mrs. Earl R. Searing Invited delicious and varied finger foods Also helping Mr.and Mrs.' Nor- Many friends end relatives called
guests to view pictures of the Nor served by Mrs. James V. .Crosby, man serve their guests were Mrs. from 7 to 9 p.m. to wish Mr.and Mrs.
man's 50 years: ,on a table decoratedwith Sr., Mrs. R.M. Riherd, Mrs. W.S. P.L. Bridges, Mrs. T.B. Harding Norman I a happy golden anniver
a small gold pitcher holding Haas, and.Mrs. James V. Crosby, Mrs Linda Kay Johns,Mrs.Thomas
pink roses and ribbon. Jr. W. Williams,and Mrs.S.L.Peek Jr sary.
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Bradford Industries Given Recognition' at Appreciation Day


Recognition of .the 21 Industriesnow dustries in Bradford County were Commerce for adopting the Blue citizens.
operating in Bradford County welcomed by Jerome Johns, chair Chip program being prompted by Sponsors of the first annual In-
highlighted a Industry AppreciationWeek man of the Existing Industry Committee the state in an effort to attract more. dustry appreciation reception In-
observance held at a poolslde of the Blue Chip certification industry and improve the quality of cluded the Community State Bank.
get-together at the Econo Lodge program now under way here. Bret life in Florida communities.It Florida National Bank., Econo
from' 5:30: to 7 o'clock Thursday wattles, Region II director of the was pointed out that these In- Lodge, Gator Freightways, Griffin 1
Sept.20. State Department of Commerce, dustries have a tremendous impacton Industries, and Rainbow Travel
Representatives of existing In- commended the Starke Chamber of. the prosperity of the area and its Agency.Rigdon Coffee Coffee Service.was provided by One Of America's Most 1l

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.New ArrivalsAshley Jennifer Marie Burns Saturday Only Buy One .Plan CRUSADEFOR f

Mr. and Mrs. Rayfield Burns, Jr. Fla Pest Control Get One FREE i';
of Starke announce the birth of a '
Glbbi. daughter Jennifer Marie,born Sept. FISH. BIRDS DEER HEADSTANNING\ ALL ANIMALS CHRIST ,ii i
4 in Alachua General .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibbs announce Maternal Hospital.Mrs.. Lifetime Guarantee on Ad Mounts ..r
the birth of a daughter,Ashley,born Effie Cooper of Starke and the late !
Tuesday, Sept. 11. Arthur Masters of Starke. Paternal rd II REVIVAL October 712 )
Mr. Gibbs is manager.of Bryan'sAce grandmother is Mrs. Evelyne Boggs -'Joe axidermOPEN '
Hardware, Keystope Heights. of Ocoee. 3a
Morgan Road Baptist Church ;
After'5 (
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BEN HOLTZENDORFBeliqyes Co. Rd. 233 Starke Florida
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,that planning: for future: growth of tha All' Day. Sat.\ & Sun., Sunday11:00: a.m. I Evening! Service 7:30: p.m.

i county must be.done now. 8 Miles West of ?', JOE.LAZENBY Pastor James ParrUtt Nursery Provided 1r

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Page STELEGRAPII September 27. 19M L ___ _I _.____ _
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I. Tootsie Tucker and David Young Marry Sept c 17 in KeystoneTootsie Hld at Stevenson McRae All boys and girls, grades 1.5, are 'I

..._Tina__---a Brown._.. ._ ._and".1.'....._Bill._._wl. .AlneeM......"'*.werefiunvrw .11".....-. HUD invited_. .oeginning to_,. attend. _'llJellOiIY h the_"_CBM, vrv_.*. _*Bible, tor.__ '

Tucker daughter of Mr. floral arrangements with candles in ,I length sleeves, fitted bodice and lull dant's bouquet, .'Mrs. Glenda day night given by Mr. and Mrs. Bill one hour right after school. ;d
and Mrs. Bud Tucker of between the arrangements. skirt. She wore a bridal veil of net Patelle cut the cake and Debbie Edwards McRae Sr, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren The Club is held in the-C ildren'a! :,
and David Young son of James Brooker E. Jim Young provided taped nuptial and lace matching the wedding presided at the {punch bowl. Stevenson at the home of the latter Chapel, (parked near the "walkers f
Young of Stark and Mrs. Glenda music. dress and carried an arrangerhen. .r4{0(, After a wedding trip to New on Crosby Lake following the gate" at South;lde Elementary' 1
Patrell of Virginia Lionel Edwards was best man. pink and white pompoms. : ,I' \ Orleans, the couple is residing at couple's Wedding rehearsal School. Each child must bring a permission *
unite in marriage Monday were. Miss Susan Wilkerson was maid of A reception was held at thegroom's Crystal Lake. The buffet table in the dining room slip signed by a parent. For
Sept honor and blouse, and father's home where was covered with a yellow linen .
pink
wore a green more information call 4734782.pclol ,
17, at 10 a.m. in the First Baptist The bride and groom are both 1964
skirt. She carried of and flower cloth and centered with an arrangement
gray a bouquet plants arrangementswere
Church, Keystone Heights, with of Bradford High School.
graduates fall Bowe 1
and white at of mixed s. $ Guest Speaker
pink pompoms. placed Vantage points.
Rev. Jack Eckerd
Wingate the bride Is employed
performing The '
nuptials. Given In marriage by her father, The bride's table' was centered in Gainesville and by the The guests mingled around the At Union Prim. Dopt.
the bride wore a ivory colored satin with a two-tieretwedding cake and Drugs Jim Ariation.groom.is pool, patio and porch.
Highlighting the altar were three gown with lace, featuring elbow was flanked by the bride's and atten- employed by Young The 45 guests included the wed i
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ding party, families and_out-of-town b Special, guest_speaker, _Elder ,1
guests: Paul Irvin of west faun "a.y" r. .uwnwbc VI uv..UIM.IfI.

. n ltn Knnnn flnmmn Has I Fall \A/r rk ihrm in j"<'I Intro Butler .:> Gainesville Beach, Harlan and Mr.Jennings and Mrs of Baptist Arkansas Church,will be,'at County Union Road Primitive 233 1j,1

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; -11- "-r-r-- -- - - - .- -- - Marion Langston of Columbia, S.C. west of Hwy 10,about 1 miles,FrI. ;
; member is asked to bring an article day through Sunday night, Sept. 28, 'I
in the Presbyterian Church The Research Committee; will have The young couple presented gifts
Oct. 16, '' '
I Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Fellowship Hall, Starke, at 7 p.m. charge of the program. Each for an auction sale that evening to the attendants during the evening, 29 and 30 1
Gamma met Thursday, Sept. 20, at? : ,
p:m,_in. Lake Butler Middle_School "
iurttiy wild <:t iiivuiuvia yl wcl.y.
Joyce Norman, hostess chairman, ,
asked each one to obtain her nametag AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUGSTORE' '
then to serve themselves at the ;
refreshment table. The table
{ centered with the organization'slarge I
bouquet of red roses. '
President Janet Walters called he( ,
business meeting to order with END-'OFS'AL'E"
salute to the flag Gail Cook gave the .
Inspirational with a poem and soft
recorded music. Committee reports
were railed for.
Lucile Payne, program chairman,
distributed materials and instructions //4"
for the workshop. The committees / -
broke up Into their respective S I'A7 0
groups for discussions and planningthe
year's work.President .
Walters reconvened the
members for brief oral plans. for the 51 MILLION
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coming year. 'Sr' : f i y ra
The new members initiated at a
candlelight service in August were r '
called to receive their official certificate prescriptions a year 7 '
and to order their pins. The SPARTUS"METRO" or
new members are: Rhonda Harrell, is a I lot of trust.See -' "MORNING STAR" QUARTZ
Patsy Elikson Linda Tougaw Iva ALARM CLOCKS
SOFTICUE{ TISSUES
Jean Harrell Sharon Rhymer, Nancy for''' yourself why more people. trust DIAL BATH-SIIE SOAP enalelNlx .1 M-C10r .+l.' 'n

Tompkins.Brewer,Mrs.Susan Walters Scott and announcedthat Sandra Eckerd to fill their prescriptions. 1 QO::: :AItS 69 e::::100 7 OO DO OV"C'oICl' P

Sharon Lyons and Linda Ball ....'.5.

have transferred their membershipand .- S '
Marie Woodley has moved to Sucer

Clearwater.The 1- Iash-. ..... .. -...... ?, p
hostesses for the evening were ,... -.<" -.- .. a Xx 31 ,. : t
Joyce Norman. Sharon Rhymer,'
Rhonda Harrell Janet Walters and i
Carol Kelly. l

The next meeting will be Tuesday, 111j u:: I \. d I ; ()da\\. ,

"Meals on Wheels"Volunteers [I,
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HonoredAt f .I' .. t. i'ff.j .

Brunch MondayA I'i i .t.,,3' < ... .

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thank.you brunch was given I'TRIPLE FACTOR .
Monday morning at 9:30: a.m.' in the LASH PERFECT COLGATE Or OFMAKERr

Methodist"!\ on Fellowship heels""volunteers Hall for with theIeals -SUPERIASH BARBASOLSHAVE "JEAN'NATE'PRODUCTS COKE. DIET COKE, or KODAK VR /

29 attendmg.Special I MASCARA CREAM HEFTY STEEL-SAK, FREE DISC FILM

guest was Mrs. Blanche 11-OZ ....1SS-1023 TRASH BAGS / COKE IS IXPOSUMSCAFFEINE ,

McQuen Hospital.whn dietician prepares from the Bradford meals I 299YOU....00 19... .voimCHOICS- -__.,....\ ,i',-'2 O:8'!'W'D F F 39 !BOX O. OIllW' limit- 29' r
daily for 'leals on Wheels,also Ellen I Ree. 2 pleaseR .
REGULAR
Edwards/rom UpJohn Nursing Services /
from Gainesville. Others pre While quatltitiealasy tR Sthfgl i antlties last selection may vagr.. ggsggpk I'
sent in this community effort program
were members from the churches m

ton. in Starke. Lawtey and Hamp 0 MYLANTA ENTIRE STOCK OF : ; LISTERINE 'J1

On the average, 200 meals are LIQUID HOMEPERMANENTS or SIGNAL I
served a month; 50 meals a week or ANTACID SHOP'r
10 to 12 meals a day. 0 12-02 MOUTHWASHANYONE'S ,
For the Brunch the guests were 1 'f1
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had brown linen cloths and fall floral I 199 c'' 99t :. um.n.l'd' AD ATECKERD .. _
centerpiece. A menu of Shirley Temple 1 KEYSTONE c
punch, spinach quiche fruit cup, I OFF """.'1" .MR. COFFEE 10-CUP POCKET EVERFLASH, .

cornbread were served muffins, coffee or tea ir '4 I REGULAR : : ::..' we meet all locally COFFEEMAKER CAMERA ,
PRICE ( ; :.' ';;'' .
:; '' advertised prices on .MC5.101Iel. 3499 MRIOtteo; ISM
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I Rave Toni ,,:iP I
II..Ii1I. ; Identical' merchandISe 27.88 Sale, Price
Louise Ogilvie & morel "'
Patterson, ':1''
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Edward F.-1iI' 7.00 Mad. in Rebate 1499 d
Lee I. ads & see) 14
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Marry Sept. 20 : Your Final Con !
Warmer plate.
Built in electronic; flash
Louise Patterson and Edward Lee -

were united in marriage on Thurs COVER GIRL 4
day Sept. 20, at 7:30p.m, at the ( FACE COVER GIRLMASCARA EXCEDRIN ... I' '
home of the bride, 502 Legion Terrace orTHICK'N ;"; .
with Rev. Wayne Roberts performing CLOWIia: ; THIN 3 agooranlrs .. '3-': .. '
the nuptials in the presenceof I lir"/ PENCIL ." o'' GALAXY" I-..
family and friends. '% 229 ..,., FASHION gjf Cqyw;;'; : .VIP" PRO 1100-WArt
Tammie Patterson of Starke attended :. ; aNA06S 1 2SPEEOOSCILLATING "':. LITTLE TURSO II 1
her mother as bridesmaid. limit 2 YOUR CHOICI .
Miss Frankie Rizer and Miss please 99 A EN IRI STOt1OP FAN HAIR. DRYER

also Patricia bridesmaids.Rosier of Lake Butler were I .. ..; )q 1+ lExmjtflk : RUBBERMAID','. s.R.o.. 1999. ." ,- VF-lTBa 9.99,0".;12995.0O I Iost

Miss ... .. PRODUCTS 12.99'MIeP
Amanda .
the ..
Lee groom's .. ; l I \ : '- : Mjil, ,in Rebate .
RetJ.1te:
daughter, was a flower girl, as wellas -- / ; ;
Miss Shene Patterson daughterof 50 OFF 9.99 Final' 4.99.vourFlna'Cost'
/ Your c
the bride. Jason 2 speed & 3 neat ,levels: f
Lee, son of the ,
groom was ring.bearer. ULTRA SHEENCONDITIONER SILK :..:J YOUR REGULAR PRICE MR MEAT SMOKER CAR TISSUE HOLDER I I0
The bride was given in marriage & HAIR RIGHT ON VITAMIN' I I.c. .CiCr Selection may vary CHARCOAL WATER VISOR MIRROR i r w
by her brother, Larry Batten of DRESS or HAIR FOOD CURL INSTANT FOITMINorWOMIN30OAV .' Uy store. SMOKER GRILL ANTI-THEFT> '' c I
Stark. t 2.02. MOISTURIZER SUFFtY r !:::-. ,, *.71-4 DOOR r:"'!
VOUR CHOICI '. I '= '
During the reception a three- ACTIVATOR Or J.I., -j I tl<&& \iiI/ 1 2988; VOUt "LOBS '
tiered wedding cake, baked by Mrs 1'27 rlfJ} I.I- 200 t' 'FARR I. F\i,
Diana Blume, was served by Mrs. &6' CURLY LOOK EMERY BOARDS ,Cooks roods 99 '
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Faye Blume Among Whitehead and the Mrs served Susie Batten.the punch.Mrs. limit please 2 CONTROL..I YOU.CHOIC. O F F .a..'. .. 2 3 C: FACK OFLimit 2 S different ITALIAN{ ways, ///1'I// ADVANTAGE'. C.- ." 1 .i ..

guests the .
was
groom'smother ;::: .
Mrs Thelma Bryan of Mac- 269 REG. PRICE.' ,l .b.. ,:J pleasePLANTERS FOLDING #J FOLDING ;;o:::.. -.l of
clenny, his sister Mrs. riM .. SPRING s'
Myrtle Covey SUNGLASSES : .
of Mandarin. :-- '8-02: MOls-t"rlzer' ........, DePREE : CHAIR : I.. '
The couple is residing at the / '. "M or8 : ,
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bride's home .h ; \ _, :
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on Legion Terrace. Curly look. .
SPANISH ,
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The' bride is employed at the : Limit 2 please. SUPPLEMENT 'yef ctrpl1n ::3i 1.. .> '> '
Reception and Medical Center in' .- ..... 1SOTASLITS '' : ". ;" PEANUTS '. f .... .. '''-: .
fake Butler. CARE FREE CURL v_ ;.1 : : t .. -
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INSTANT :plea se I STEREO CASSETTE RECORDER .' : =---. .

Weeks. Chapter. UDC .. REVLON FABU1'-LAXER. MOISTURIZER,, .. !, ., ". '<>0 I ,C.l"::i.. 44.99 .. I
To RELAXER a 01 ," : ":- ASSORTED ..3wff I '" .. I
Meet .
Oct. 4 "u. .
; YOU.CNOICIUmit I SOFLENS, ) : BRACH'S ."" ""." :r::t ; I

The W.T Weeks chapter, UDC. I 644 P : 259 I. ELI: tltrl. ENZYMATIC.' .", 3 1.1:' ,' CANDY. .. .w''l1'''' I I COlt 39. g. ., '_. I ,

will meet on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 3 0' (11 .1111 TABLETS.OX OH 5. INACK-tlll .. ", II Ton 1 ulurn 115. *n4,<,,11".'', .il. ,n-" ,
p. m at (the Western Steer RltAxeR a SOFT Pic' 179 2 .v aUII. > i. Alt Ft AVOM I 'r'io", 'H..n'l/l\, ,
Steakhouse with Mrs. Franklyn please 7 49. It 2 FORI' Y ," I \t 1'0 ;'r 1"o.,1 .i.l f VI'I rr/.... ,!to wt I I....,.. D... I
directions p. ton.pnr
WARNING ..
Weisgerber as hostess.CORRECTION. : Follow Cu,1. .1. : : J"4". ... t b"n. ... +...t. 110.)9, I
carefully to ivowl 4..lat I. ".. ,. ,., ../' .;.n. .... : 11". i|**
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paintings shown at the recent : ,'" .
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last TO USE SYSTEM i f' )"vY. !" .t.'NtlJll'w'.f.'' ,1' '' : :" 4 '.'
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weeks article The Woman's Clubregrets r' .;" ,:'! .'.,. ,' P""r. 1 "./. 'I' '. l"* ''Ji: q'. .. '. I \ *..
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September 27. IM4 TELEGRAPH Page7A



I Tammy Griffis and Robert Marshall Marry Sept. 8 in Northside Baptist Church ; : ", (I


Mr. and Mrt. James E. Griffis of Ins was ring-bearer. around the hem and terminated In a Prevail kept the bride's book. {
Lawtey announce the marriage of Miss Donna Prescott served as chapel length train. Her sheer illusion Letha and burn, Tommie Sue
veil attached to Juliet Clemons Mary Taylor,:cut,and
their daughter Tammy Louise, to maid of honor. Attendants were was a cap
Robert Paul Marshall, son of Mr. Theresa Trainer and Janet Griffis. of schlf He lace edged with a narrow served the bride's cake. Debbie
and Mrs. Charles William Marshallof They were attired alike in sheer band of matching lace.She carried Trinchett and Nancy Prevail preside
Thereasa. floor length lavendar gowns with bouquet lavendar miniature car- ed at the punch table, and Gwen
Rev. James Cowart performed the ruffles around the bodice and nations, mums, pompoms, and Lafollette cut the groom's cake
nuptials on Saturday,Sept. 8, at 7:30 sleeveless.They carried bouquets of baby's breath.A Following a wedding trip to St,'
TW1J p.m. in Northside Baptist Church, lavendar mums, pompoms, reception was held In the church Augustine and surrounding beaches,
; Starke. miniature carnations and baby's Fellowship Hall. Rachel Prevail the couple is residing in Starke.
The altar was enhanced with two breath. Greeted the guests at the door and. The groom I Is in the air conditioning : i

large baskets of laVendar pompoms, Danielle Trinchett was flower girl. $ the reception. Michele business. ,
1 A'r I.r I. gladiolus and mums against a Given in marriage by her father, ._ .__..____._ __ _> .L nr........., dr
background of spiral candelabra the bride wore a organza gown
unity candle ferns and pottNIplants. featuring a high neckline with yoke
Candles'were'placed in the of English net with an inset of schif-:
windows. fie lace.The fitted bodice was adorn- ,:
Henry and Gail Wellhausen ed with chantilly lace and the full

''presented a program of nuptial bishop sleeves were of matching ,'"i ,I
music'. lace and were layered at the wrist. ,\ .I
JiN r ,, 4. dYR4f Victor''Clemons attended as best The full skirt had horizontal rows of 'I :
man and the ushers were Ricky chantilly lace cascading down the .' ,
'Ogburn and Caulie Ogburn. Two back. The front of the skirt was I''", ., ', I .,
candle lighters were Robbie Cowart caught with two satin bows and a .
and Randy Ogburn. Austin Brown- wide row of matching lace extended HOOVER. ;


P New Arrival. tOil I ,<". .,
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Country Club PartyJ J ., vwith ( i
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith of ,
Friday Evening Starke announce the birth of a "" .
Dirt I
daughter Lindsey Renee,born Sept. ,.. ...' I ,
'Members of the'Starke Golf and 14 in Gainesville. She Joins a sister,. I ; : t'
Country Club are reminded to make' Ashley, age 2'6 years. Container "' ,,: \ ".' ". 4
plans to attend a Wine and Cheese Maternal grandparents are Mr. '1 "
f c' l ir1 party Friday Sept. 28, from 7:30: to and Mrs. Harold Smith. Paternal

( s 9:30 p.m. grandparents' Mary Crawford' No bags to buy ; I I
and the late Tom Crawford,.all ''of dirt container T') ;
Easy empty
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u..u. .Chrome plated steel handle : I
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: Dirt finding headlight

'. Powerful 5.0 Amp. motor '. '
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4-positlon rug adjustment "

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Steel Radial Mounted & Balanced i

Librarv Book Sale Oct.. 5 & 6 M65/80R-13 . . 40.45 P-205/75R-15 . . 50.70

- -- -- M95/75B-14 ... . . <48.10 P-215/73-15 .,. ',' ... 51.95 of

Thanks to all Bradford Countians library Friday, Oct.5,and Saturday, P-205/75R-14 . . 50.70 P-225/75R-15 . . 54.80
who joined the Friends of the Oct. 6, during regular library hours.A .
Library during, their recent large number of paperbacks and 'P-215/75R-14 . . .I 51.95 P-235/75R-15 ... .;,. . 58.10

membership -drive. Over 100 con- some hardbacks will be on sale with c % Q "'. '"
cerned citizens and local businesses ,prices varying from 10 cents to.$2. I' .
contributed $1400 this year. All All these books are In excellent con- Installed Free Lube Wj ,: ,: ",
money collected by the Friends will dition. Proceeds from this sale will Battery, U'I I f\\
be used to purchase new books.Your be used to buy new books for the with i "'I} i 'ii
continued support of quality library library. Come early for the best Shell 22FI ;,, ..
service for Bradford County is much selection. 48 Month Warranty Oil, I "
appreciated. Donations are still be- .
ing accepted.The '44.66 Change
library has acquired the Furniture
following United States' Census Saturday Only

records on microfilm; South 434 W. Call Street Starke
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Carolina 1800-1810. Georgia 1820, Fla Pest Control
Alabama 1830. These items have TORODE SHELL I
been added to the genealogy collect .: Buy One Plant 964-5826 or 964-5827
tion. ,' .r i 210 S. Temple Avenue Intersection' fUSOf&. : SR 100 '
The second annual Sidewalk Book Get One FREE '964.4413 Established in- 1923,
Sale will be held In front of the ? "


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Honor'jbia, VE.W. Hodges Jr. Honor"'.il Lawrence Moslev

PACES C3OOO THURSDAY, SEPT. 27 THRU WEtJ.,. Board pi County Commissioner District No. 4em.' Board of County, CommiMionert Olttrict No. .
OCT. 3, 1BS4. OUANTTTY RIGHTS,RESERVED.Ivory \ % .. I '."
Honorable-'Maxie Carter: .Tr. .. Honorable J.T.Porrloh. ="-

Board ,of County,. Commissioners District No. School Board' : ,- District No. ,. 5
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I .' >' I' Honorable Patricia Speneler .
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C.r' Tide ,'"I .School Board District No. J .. '
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LAUNDRY t,";,T""Property Appralial Adjustment Board meets each year to review complaintre. ,rahaidl.,.g property '

) ';' tan! .asteismant and exemptions. ,- ,"
lfldt Detergent.SCENTED ,; ,:. ,
The purpose of the board Is to enhance fairness In property taxes by eorr.ctlne.xrors when they are
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I THE'FOLLOWING'TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTION,BY THE BOARD
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ExemptionRequett by Valuo Due **'
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Pale 8A TELEGRAPH September n. 19M ,


William. Rocs of Mountain View
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". Did You Know Mn and Mrs. Gerald D. Griffis Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson visited Mrs. Janice-Jones and daughter. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch Mo. Is spending two weeks with hji
; returned last Wednesday after 15 their niece Mrs. Jean Lively, in Jenifer .of Crescent Y View. were and Mr'and Mrs. Roy Jackson during son, Gene Ross and family. >
: and days visit with their son and Dothan Ala. last Wednesday and weekend guests of Mr. and. .'Mrs.Desso the'weekend were Mr. and Mrs.
:':i t Dr. and R.E. Dopson Mr. and Mrs. Thursday.Mr. ." and
sand Ceres and Mr. and daughter-in-law Forman Larry Welch daughtejvRhondaof Winners in tie Duplicate Bridg*
Cris .
'. .! children Gerald E. Griffis and son, Kelly, in I Milluird. Mr. Club Sept. 18 tournament were: first
1 Mrs. Bill Coulter of Arcadia at Disney spent Portland, Ore. and Mrs. Ed Green .Tampa: Mrs. Patrick McKay and babyson Scanlan and son of Madison, MISI Ruth Merlie and Aurelia Byrd; M}
\ Saturday and Sunday were Friday to Monday guests of Patrick II, of Independence, Gina Scanlan of Monticello and Mr. cond Charlie and Betty Riddl;
; World. Mr.and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief. ..' Mo., arrived Tuesday for two weeks and Mrs. Lewis Welch of Madison. third Lillian Stump and Myldred'
I of Birmingham of New Orleans spent the weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. They all attended the Stefanle Cub Cuttino; fourth Yvonne Riechmanri
Miss 'freva Williams to Mon- with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell attended Levon Andrews.Mr. bedge/RIck Welch wedding Friday and Allene Brew; fifth Ida Shaw"
Ala. was Tuesday Hardy, and stayed at their lake the 25th wedding anniversary
Griffin.T
day guest of Mss Adrienne Barry. place on Kingsley Lake, which was Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Rink spent two night. and Evelyn

the former Perryman home. Reese Glatzer of Atlanta, given by days at EPCOT and Sunday to Mrs. Ron Kelly and children of Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, Mr .
Wednesday In Las Vegas Nev. test her
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rumph and Dr.
Tampa spent Thomas and Mrs.
kkTrawick
Herbert Lloyd
I '; Starke Woman' Club Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. James and Mrs. Wyatte Taylor of week. mother, Mrs. Ja at Wike attended a U.D.C'Dslrict: II
I Plan Rummage Sale Blackshear, Mrs. J. Ellis Byrd and Tallahassee held at the riverfront Mr and Mrs.Rod Struth and family Kingsley Lake. convention workshop on last TuesI'
: Mrs. W.H. Thomson were in Fort home of Mr.and Mrs. Elvoy Land on of Plant City and Mr and Mrs. the Sheraton Inn
at
.1 The Starke Woman's Club will Lauderdale Friday to Sunday atten- the Suwannee River. Gary Gullic of Gainesville spent the Mt. and Mrs. Carol Smith of Dade day vllle Beach. Jackson;t .
have a rummage sale at the ding the annual state Cancer Society weekend with their mother, Mrs. City were last Wednesday overnight I'
I clubhouse on Friday Oct. 5, beginning meeting.Mrs. Friends will be happy to learn that Lou Struth.AI guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Choir director Mrs. J.B. Green
t Carmen Eaves returned home on ,
,I I Club at 8 members a.m. are reminded to bring A.G. Loudon was in Raleigh Friday from Humana Hospital and Violet Crosby enjoyed a Whitehead. and Mr.dish Green dinner were hosts at a
covered Friday
in items for the sale on Tuesday, N.C. Friday and Saturday attendingthe where she was confined five weeks tour of Monroe and Seattle, Mr.and Mrs.Bruce Scott returned the members of St.evening Mark'choir
Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; horse show where her 12-year. from injuries received In an Washington and Vancouver,Canada Wednesday from a weeks trip to honoring and Fr. Arthur Lee at their
Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. old granddaughter, Jennifer Bar- automobile accident. She is in a from Sept. 11 to Sept. 19. While in Hawaii. Lake.
Brooklyn ,
and on Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 2 nhart, was participant and won wheel chair with two broken legs but Monroe, they visited her sister and home on
3 I' p.m. .two ribbons and a plaque. is recuperating nicely. family, Mrs. Grace Lowber.


I, <, Planning BHS Class ReunionA of '44' Presenting An Exclusive Offer On Beautiful, :'.:


planning meeting for the BHS Ascot Fine Porcelain China ... :,,('

class of 1949 reunion will be held
Sunday Oct. 7,at 3 p.m. at the home \ 3-PIECE PLACE SETTING
\ of Barbara Casey on Crosby Lake. ,
1 All class members are urged to at .


II I I- Padgett tend. Reunion ,(' .:::.

Set for Sept. 30 "-
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the decendents of James W. and .I', "
Creasie Padgett will be held Sunday, U
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I Milliard.220 SE 70th St.,Gainesville.
Family and friends are encouraged .. i '
to gather around 12 noon for : With One Filled Card '
I fellowship and festivities. : .. .

i if ((40 Bonus Certificates)

I Annette Sullivan '.',
: John Eugene Grlfff Start your 3-Piece Set Includes: Dinner Plate Cup Saucer

To Wed Sept. 28 new collection PRICES & COUPONS EFFECTIVE SEE DETAILS AT STORE
THURS.. SEPT. 27 THRU WED.. OCT.
I Mr. and Mrs. William J.Carver of / today. Build a 3, 1984. WE REDEEM FEDERAL .
Melrose announce the approaching ,.'" : -' ,,1I"; compleleservice FOOD STAMPS. GROCERY .:'.

marriage of their daughter Annette "\.1' ',.,;'" 1r':, for eight,, twelve .,' .

Sullivan Griffis son of Starke of Mr. to and John Mrs.Eugene Gene \,,,. ;t k f; ;;': : more with U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE PillsburyFlour

Griffis of Raiford. rllll'r our plan!
The bride-elect Is a graduate of / ",
Bradford High School and is i : SirloinSteak I :
employed by Western Sizzlin of / < ;
Gainesville. '; > ; t :: '
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Mr Griffis is a graduate of Union .r', "al' PLAIN OR SELF RISING. REGULAR UNBLEACHED
County High School and is employedby I' '

The Florida wedding State is Prison.planned for Fri- K iL2 : I 79

day, Sept. 28. at 7:30 p.m. in the .. I $ 79orterhouse 5LB
U.C.I. Clubhouse of Raiford. with a BAG .
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reception following.No being sent CENTER LIMIT-i; WITH A $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER .
local invitations are
but all friends and relatives are invited .6' \ \ : .". ,...gn LB ttoz .

to attend.SparkmanWynn.Reunlon. ;;c'':;;j '. .rrrf'W. ;' USDA t9R'cHQICFr June 1BoY Pickles .
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nual invited Sparkman-Wynn to attend the family second reu-an- : wr, ; 1 Spaghetti . -:W' ':':.59,. '

nion to be held at Goldhead Branch ** LEAN MEATY MEDIUM on wioeRonco '
State Park Saturday Oct. 13, at 3 Noodles .69'
Egg . 1ZOZ ; L
p.m. in Pavilions 48& 49. BREADED COOKED. BEEF PORK Fresh Pork 1 ,.f'\/. ;
OR CHUCKWAGON FAMILY SIZE PKO.

Dinner requested will be to served bring,so a membersare covered On-Cor Meat Patties. ul.19 Spare Ribs $ 139 \... ,,;,;\
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dish. KNEIPS ROASTCorned 01't:1
For additional information,please Beef Brisket :iL.1.79 EXCELLENT FOR BAROQUE LB Quaker '' :... .: : '
contact Glenn E. Chandler, 5360 ( > ; .. .
Redrac Street, Jacksonville, FL GAP SMOKED CM I '' n, "
VIRGINIA'BRAND r'J ;
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32205 or call 904-781-7263. Sausage . . Ls1.99 Hickory Smoked Quick Grits5LB : ." >, :

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St. Edwards News Loin Veal Chops . 5.99 SlicedBacon .:
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CYO Elect Officers
EXCELLENT FOR QOtCK MEALSTABLE TREAT

At their meeting held on Sept. 16 Steak Umms . 3S 4.49 LBPKG.. $12'9'
members of the St. Edward's Chris- JONES DAIRY FARMPHILADELPHIA BAGDelicious
tian Youth Organization named the STYLE CUMBERLAND GAP !
following as new officers: Donna Scrapple PK" 1.19 LEAN DELICIOUS ,'

Parado president; Michelle Hen- J K BRAND PURE BEEF BURGERS Oft Boneless Half ALL FLAVORSFranks "

drix, vice president; Lisa Rix. Cube Steaks . pV5 $199 Sodas TVMOUTEN
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secretary and Diana Phillips, DinnerHam . . .69 !
treasurer. CELLO WRAPPED FLASK FROZEN ,'
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dunne serve as Fish Fillets :STSSJ . . ts1.69 REGULAR CUT OR FRENCH CUT '
Directors of the organization and LB Del,Monte Green Beans2 160Z 1 ..OOVIENNA .

Wallace McNelley has been named .." ,\ .,

Adult Special Advisor.Committee Chairpersonsare U.S.D.A. GRADE A '" by's Sausage ".'. .2f'" Ll.OO 1 : )1:w" ;

: Communications Lisa Rix and ,.t
Diana Phillips; Scrapbook Randy Lots of Chicken 3 LB 5 9 .. 102A1 T'',
Milton; Church Communities, AVG.PK Steak Sauce . . 2.39
Teresa Dunne and Michelle Hen- LB .
drix; Social Bobby Dunne and FundRaising '
.Donna Parado. I : I
Among projects planned by the BAKERY :
CYO are an Oct. 8 Car Wash at the .
Shell service '' ,.
station house cleanupon AAA.FAMOUS \' ,
RYE ORPumpernickel '
Oct. 13, homecoming beveragesales IN STORE DELI/BAKERY '
on Oct. 12, monthly bake sale,, DAIRY/DELI, Bread . 160Z ,,9.1 I :
and a Halloween party on Oct. 27. NATURAL GRAIN.BROWN t SERVE "

The CYO the Parish also will Bazaar offer planned assistancewith for KITCHEN FRESH HALF POUND KRAFT SLICED'' French: Stick Bread . 'uoz ..t.99

Nov.. 3. Roast Mozzarelto,Cheese AS 1.19 : "f'.' ,
PANTRY PRIDESliced
Bazaar Workers Meet MARCMRINC OUARTCM
On Sept. 6, the St. Edward's $199 Flelscfwnao's .Com Oil Piti9: Pullman
Bazaar Committee held a meeting at Beef ...,.oiv",, '
the home of Mrs. Elois Jones to COUNTY LINE COLBV. Buttermilk ? \

make plans for the Parish Bazaar to Shred 'I'( t. 1.39BREAKSTONE1 .. Bread, i
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be held on Nov. 2 In the parish hall. FRESH ;'' ." "' .

be Breakfast sold on ,that lunch day and with dinner takeout will LAND Turkey a LAKES Roll . . rouNO 1.79 Sour Cream.; ( >'. *# .59 I: : 2/$100 _,
orders available. Homebaked goods
will be on hand as well as handmade American"Cheese .' 1.49 HALF jiA .,'PTN, LOAVES '.
craft. items and a white elephant K"CHEH".ESH -I I ," ,'.
booth. Prizes will include $100 cash, Baked Beans . . rogJS ..99: MINUTE MAID.PURE' M EZCft __ aA ,
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and two 12-pound turkeys. Orange > .'
Members of the parish met Sept. Bread..1.r. '- "JLLyke Sef'y. ,:u.I"Tab'eW'ifh" : .. \
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26 at the home of Mrs. Pauline BAKED / .. '

Oeschger. Those' attending Cinnamon l Buns 21.49, :. ':. T po- JiL 'Eleg- ant'FI'atw" : :
displayed craft items already com- -
FRESH BAKED ,
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worked other PKG.
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for the Bazaar. on projects Croissants . . . .21.99, :'c-=-:: A---- :
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Prayer Commitment Cards for the Carrot Cake . . ,LA S 3.49 JumboFranks .... .Ja;;:.................. t'>'". .''
St. Edward's RENEW Programwere $149 :, != .: io sr"-=": ;' .
signed at the Saturday vigil WInt rk "'.._ "
and Sunday masses last weekend. PR&IO' VEAtORBESF: awe wlw.na._ ,
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Parishioners thereby promised ZIIf.Le.IR." o wan, I w;Iy' : !. ,. .
special and devotions for IUHN'f\ANO I.r.UI'C" F__ \
prayers S
the success of RENEW. This Includes V. n.:1: ,!8. I : ; ,.,.:i\ u
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attending Mass. Scripture White ,' .' 1ei\\i..!.. ,,.'
reading recitation of the RENEW ',&oZ''69IN Great IIot I" ;.,'1"'I'o'Vn( ,'ILl' ,... r ';3ssg a..;. ,'
and rosaries. as well as SoupspoonWEST
prayer 0fI' '.
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fasting'Thursday;Oct. 4,has been set as a Si11Mll'......ItMrr'ry. c,. .1'"... (!" .
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special day of beginning with MHNSCHUNK f: ?''1. ;'
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Mass at 8 a.m. and concluding: at 9 THE SERVICE DELI BAKERY,STORES ONLY ':' fl111tsl0 #1.r, .. .... .. 1.99 j 3'.1': '

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spend time of adoration and sup- .
1 1 'I RENEW.plication, for the !blessings of f StARK ; ,MADISON, STR.ETY. .

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Lela SMdons receive the official gavels president of the first Ladles
I Auxiliary of Starke American Legion Post 56 from District Four Presi
t dent Helen Steiner.
Other officers and personnel participating in the Installation

Edenfield ; ;
Marie Whitman, chaplain; Elizabeth.Adams,sergeant-at-arms; Virginia ,
Corbln Diet 4 gt-at-arms; Helen Steiner, '01... 4 president; Leona -
I Royal, 0..... 4 Americanization chairman Wilma Jean Terry. Dlst. 5 I I
sgt.-at-arms; George Wheeler.Dist 5 president; Diane Westman.Dlst. 4 '
secretary and department membership committee. ,. ,. i S
The first Post 58 auxiliary officers were Installed at at banquet Tuesday & ,, .. ) "..
night Sept. 25, at the American Legion Hall on Edwards Road. i',. '. ,.,11" 'Mt.' A"y .+
Helen Steiner. District 4 president, served an Installing officer. The' '" ,4r Pi '
president,Mrs Slddons,who Is house,manager for the local.Volunteers of ', ., :: I'
America was presented witha gavel and a dozen roses,by, her VOA, ,. ;
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Sarah Fulgham of Starke, has been
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Sergeants Major Academy at Fort
r Ir THURSDAY Bliss Texas. His wife,Marge..Is thedaughter
1 of Charles McKie of North
Augusta S.C. Sergeant Kerce is a 1
1966 graduate of Bradford High 1.

;=.I SEPTONLY School.The Sergeants Major Academy is

the highest level of the Army's noncommissioned 1
officer (NCO) educa-
tion system. The 22-week course
REDEMPTION RULES prepares selected NCOs for positions -
MANUFACTURER'SKM
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w&doubt4 ooupan V.lu.on mane ict- .e__ \
llt/.LbCII 1MO.p1 Yb.000 M7d OIQ.LIW.No nIV10/MCIa Students receive instruction on
:-- ,.,a. T1NepY n v.I1MOMM1e1..O.W" ea' and such ,topics as' small group communicatkms 't
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*tmOmmpaon o.ewat.xa..d e+ coM d tll..m.3. W.wa
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double only alw oouoon on a.m M+8ddIIIonM
0 U PONS ._.. _01'Ilk.. btu wMl be__won.riw_ personnel, management system
w.ww"""'* doubt*trm eo _e.n'no :
and U.S.
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Mwlud.d.1_ .tlIh Offer.. e.8.h.Y. muM be pad! -rrv foreign policy. 'I
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academy Is made by a Departmentof t
the Army board, from among
I ,NCOs with fewer than 23 years of
r' service who have demonstrated the 'I
;:: : GROCERY highest standards of performance '

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:\ Bake.Sale Planned... -n

a}R.11 FRENCH{OR rrA r' The Junior and Senior Usher ',I.
\'\ ,' Potatoes Board of the Macedonia Baptist !1.
.iIiJ';."1. ,.$' 39 LB BAG Church of Hampton will conduct a' :4 b
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bake sale at the Bradford Square t
: 16OZ 1 Plaza In Starke/on Oct.S from 9 a.m.

NEW CROP EASTERN' tit 12 noon. "
BTL ,RED OR GOLDEN FRESH Proceeds will go to the youth for .
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supplies needed in painting their I,
CORHIAOO NACHO CORN UOHTSFrftolGayDorfaos. elicious church..Your will be ,
YellowOnions support greatly
<,:' : : G>r.t.''floss=s ,.I'UI b..U... ; : 3Q appreciated. ,
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Oreo's' \Iv I "' -"-ids' .. .. ,.- ', ..( : C- Easier ffi{; fJ dedlord L G {(:
Double Stuff . 1.99 hosted barbecue dinner Sept. 12 for
I FRESH 0. k : FRESH members of the Bradford County ,
WHEAT.! ;HYE.BUTTEN cusp OR SESAME// Senior,Citizens Club. Among local 'J
Keebler Toasted Crackers oz 1.19eom.m CelloCarrots I GreenPeanuts c members attending were Rudy ,

BAQS9. 6' g Ferda DeWaters, Betty Vaughan.Watkins Jenny ':1
and.Evelyn
White Springs Water .2 2 1.00 Lb! LB |
Amer'Legion Instruct... |
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Shenandoah.Apple FRESH GREEN GEORGIA the Fifth District School of In- 1
struction held Sunday Sept. 23, at
Jumbo ; Sweet the I American Legion, Post 88 in
3/'hl. Jacksonville.Red .
Juice 3 $1
:' Peppers as second vice commander,
Potatoes LBS and WilmaJean. as district
sergeant-at-armt, 'accompanied a
group of 16 from the Keystone
J19 Unit 202 to the
.. .. school Heights-Melrose when those attending were
64-OZ -... Instructed on' duties of American
'Legion chairmen.September .
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Corn Muffin Mix .4 I 1.00 birthdays...
. FROZENJeno's
'J . ...' ., .,H. HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS'CloseUp Sept. IS' ., Erik Scoggins, Chris
Foamy" H Truett and David Bridges; Sept. 16.
Detergent. . ., o? .69 10.3OZ: FROZEN, 46OZ Randall Rhoden and John Under
I CHSW4-TASTY wood: Sept. 19 Joey Hall and
ON HEA BLAND wso Roar FMNTHawaiian TOI lCM mun' Pizza ".. Carolyn Shepherd; Sept. 20- Robbie

PUnch, .' + r. .",.,1'PAK' .79 CANADIAN COMaNATION BACON,OK PtPPEFONt HAMBURGER gg" .. Toothpaste io- oFF LABEL 99". Sept.Rowley 22; *Sept.Shawna 21 -Buckallew Terri .Truett and;;;

;EfANkrMI 'H',0AAPti'a4EMv Christy Cole; Sept. 23 Stacy
ORANGIII OR FNJIY PUNCH I Paladino; Sept. 24 Karla Rush;

'Drink Mixes pAMtnr wroa 'S'/ .'. .,,a4oa\ 1.29' Freezer,Queen 32-OZ FROZEN 24O2 Sept. 25 Clarice Adkins and Rosa
26 Tina Stewart
Morelra Sept. ;
',1 Entrees Signal $ 1 99. Sept. 27 Angelina Crews and Jimmy
: PAUSBURV STEAK.MEAT IOAF. $ Mouthwash .:00 OFF Parker; Sept.29 Tina Branham

.JWgBE: : "' &i ,BEER. "_ siiceo FAQ nwREY CnOOUETTE CHAPOOOL BEEF Ofl 169", U>BEl (Ok and Mark Hodges.

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150 COUNT
: ManlschevitzrWine' ,.. X2.79a !
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"urEn Freezer. Ou en Wash-A-Bye $ 99 ;' Saturday Only

YagoSang..Wln.. / . 4.99 Botj-n-Bag Baby,Wipes 1 Fla Pest Control l

,. Entrees &OZ:FREEZER .
2/ "
3- k
SlICED TURKEY,SAIJS8UR'I One Plant
Buy
,' Milwaukee's STEAK.SLICED TURKEY.CHICKEN SureAntiPerspirant REG'OR UNSCENTED i ,
) ALA KINO.CREAM CHIP BEER 89 .. -
$ Get One FREE
J MACARONI*CHEese; 1691 ,
_OR MEAT BALLS .'
::\,:, i," Best ,Beer *Qf AEBOSOU..ii.&.>/IOL 0I'eovu H
OA 201 STX.IO C/p6E dH
;"f.. 'I,, 5 LBS FROZEN ,Lunch Menus
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"' I the effective date of this amendment Is adopted by this reference as par -

,16, (2) That portion of Article XII, Section 9, Subsection (s) of'.this of this amendment as completely as though incorporated herein verbatim

''I l,.' Constitution ss amended which by reference adopted Article XII.. Section"1''' ,>' Il ;:," ,..for the purpose of providing that .alter the ,, effective date ;;
'H.,{, ::'. 19 of the Constitution of 1889 as amended as the same existed" ",lh.l-: : V amendment the+ first proceeds of the revenues derived.frow/the, licensing''
"vi; immediately before the effective date of this amendment is adopted by ;? of motor vehicles as referred to therein shall bet distributed annually :
'
,,+ / ,; this reference as part of this revision as completely aa though In tens in the ratio of the schools district ,. .
f incorporated her.ln verbatim for the purpose of providing that after! ,''..the tennis eachecountyce a being cotermlnus with the ;
; effective date of this amendment all of the proceeds of th. revenues,, of each county as provided in Article IX. Section 6. Subsection (a) of

!r.; derived from" the gross receipts taxes, as therein defined collected; this constitution toncoeach yesr allpobligationirtotordfornthetbenefittofholders
1'i': : each year shall be applied as provided therein to the extent necessary to,: extent necessary ,. with
r 1\\ .' comply with all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds or-, "' of bonds or motor vehicle tas anticipation certificates issued >
;;\/v/ ;: certifleates issued before the effective date of this amendment or :any" before the effective date of this amendment or any refundlngs thereof ,
; refundlngs thereof which are secured by such gross receipts taxesNo which are secured by any portion of such revenues derived frost the
I\\\: bonds or other obligations may be issued pursuant to the provisions'of. licensing of motor vehicles
;" ,' Article XII, Section 19, of the Constitution of 1889, as amended but I ,
,; this provision shall not be construed to prevent the refunding of any (2) No funds anticipated to bedistributed annually among the several '
+! .-' counties under the formula stated in Article XII Section 9 Subsection ".
I such outstanding bonds or obligations pursuant to the provisions of this .
:. subsection (e(2) (d) of this constitution as amended as the same eslsted Immediately_;I.

1" Subject to the requirements of the first paragraph of this subsection beeorsnhebDllgatlo..danereife.rstamendment entered ineogereapt thatrany' 'r+

", (.) (2)) beginning July 1. 1975. and for fifty years thereafter, all of. outstanding obligations previously Issued pledging such funds ,may be ;n.i.}
the proceeds of the revenues derived from the gross receipts taxea refunded st a lower net average interest cost rat. by the Issuance-of. ?,?,
collected from every person including municipalities, as provided and refunding bonds maturing not later than the obligations refunded .secured \

levied the provisions of as-of-the-tme-of-adoptton-of-thls by the same revenues and any other security authorised In paragraph ,(13) ,'':,
.. .SrKfm-K chapter 203; 'lorlda Statutes, hereinafter called of this subsection (d). '. .
irosa' receipts taxes' aa In existence as of the date of the, adopt ton ,
of this amendment iff aa such h Ptrt s amended from time tfeJJK.1;;??. (3)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph (1) of' this subsection *
as collected be placed in a trust fund to be known a. 'Cd) beginning July 1. 1973 and for thirty-five years thereafter the:"'i{,
education capital outlay and aervlce trust funclIn the state first proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing of motor.1 .' '
treasury (hereinafter 'referred Ito .'capital outlay fund' ). and used vehicles to the' extent necessary to with the provisions of this +i"

only as provided herein. amendment, shall as collected, be placed monthly In the school ,district, .'rf
and junior college district capital outlay and debt series fund in the
The capital outlay fund shall be administered by the state board of state treasury and used only as provided In this amendment. Such revenue .

education as created and constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the ,. shall be distributed annually among the several school districts ,and
constitution of Florida as revised in 1968 (hereinafter referred toss ." COU.9.'dl.tricts in the ratio of the number of instruction unit (.
;,
I state bo.rd.l. or by such other instrumentality of the state which .h.U'l;,: In each school district or junior college district In each year computed ;,"; 'no'1
hereafter succeed by law to the powers duties and functions of the state' as provided herein. The amount of the first revenues derived from the \ '

F board Including the powers duties and functions of the state board state motor vehicle license taxes to be so set aside in each year and '". ll'

provided in this subsection (a(2)) The state board shall be a body, .. distributed as provided herein shall be an amount equal in the aggregate : ,;
,;, corporate and shall have all the powers provided herein in addition to,v+ ( to the product of sis hundred dollars : all other constitutional and statutory powers related to the purposes of number of instruction units in all the school districts of Florida for .
this subsection (.) ()) heretofore or hereafter conferred by law'upon the ,:r the school fiscal year 1967-6S plus an amount equal in the aggregate .'iW'
1 state board or Its predecessor created by the Constitution of 1885. as :" the product of eight hundred dollars (J800)) multiplied by the- total !''rfir'1

I ..mended.D -,' \ number instruction, units in all the school districts of Florida for V'MJ
the school fiscal year 1972-73 and for each school fiscal year thereafter ,'. '.:
State bonds pledging the full faith and credit of the state may be which Is in excess of the total number of'such In.tructlonunlts In all 'i>'V

issued without vote of the electors, by the state board pursuant to the school districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1967-68 such a'jlfexcess .
law to finance or refinance capital projects theretofore suthorised byi'+: units being designated growth units. The amount of the firstrevenues '&',.'!
the legislature, and any purposes appurtenant or Incidental thereto for.,, derived. from the state motor vehicle license taxes to be so set RryJ
the state Ic education provided for in Section 1 of Article .
\ IX of this Constitution (hereinafter referred to as "state system") aside in each year and distributed ss provided herein shall additionally &'s
including but not limited to institutions of higher learning junior be an amount equal in the aggregate to the product'- of four hundred >r'f t;
dollars (9400) multiplied the total number of Instruction units in >
colleges, vocational technical schools, or public schools, as now definedor by all
as may hereafter be defined by law. All such bonds shall mature not itch college rictorsjunior .' district of instruction for'the .
later than July 1, 2025. All other details of such bonds shall bs as school college in esch year-
provided by law or by the proceedings authorising such bonds provided. purposes of this amendment. shall be the greater of (1) the number-of ,'I
however that no bonds, except refunding bonds, shall be issued and no .*} '. Instruction units In each school district for 'the school fiscal year
proceeds shall be expended for the cost of any eapital.projeet unless 197-68 or junior college dispute for the school fiscal year 196869computed i
such project has been authorized by the legislature '' in the manner by general law or (2) the 1 1'
'ft' number of Instruction units in such school district Including growth r r

Bonds issued pursuant to this subsection (.) UI) shall be primarily \ \ units, or junior collage.district. for the school fiscal year computed in ',,' !

payable from such revenues derived from gross receipts taxes, and shall 1\:1?:;, the manner heretofore or hereafter provided by' general law1and' approved I k,
be additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the state. No by the state board of education ( called the state board) orj/'
such bonds shall ever be Issued in an amount exceeding ninety percent of (3) the number of instruction units in each school district including 4 I
I i i the amount which the state board determines can be serviced by the growth units, or junior college district on behalf of which the state 'i$ ;
; revenues derived from the gross receipts taxes accruing thereafter under i Ij board has Issued bonds or motor vehicle tae anticipation certificates

j s the provisions of this subsection (.1(21.> and such determination sh.ll'be' ,, J JI under 'this amendment which will produce sufficient revenues under this
conclusive.The amendment to equal one and twelve-hundredths (1.12) times the aggregate
I amount of principal of and interest on all bonds or motor yehicletaa'u' !)I';+

moneys in the capital outlay fund in each fiscal year shall be anticipation certificates Issued under this amendment which 'will nature's(,; +
used only for the following purposes and in the following order of and.become due in such year computed in the manner heretofore or
priority hereafter provided by general law and approved by the state board. I
'
a; .
.. For the payment of the principal of and interest on any bonds i (4) Such funds so distributed shall be administered by the state
maturing in such fiscal year board. now created and constituted by Section 2 'Article IX ,of the
.,; State Constitution as< revised In I960 or by such other Instrumentality ,
b. For the deposit Into -any reserve funds provided for in the J.J.'J of the state which shall hereafter succeed by law to the powers- duties

:,' proceedings authorizing the Issuance of bonds of any amounts required to and functions of the state board including the powers* ,duties end
be deposited in such reserve funds in such fiscal year) functions of the state board provided in .this amendment. For the
'i
.! t purposes of this amendment said state board shall be a body corporateand

?''i c. For direct payment of the cost or any part of the cost of any I shall'have all the powers provided In this amendment In addition to
."'y capital project for the state system theretofore authorised by the : all other constitutional and statutory powers related to the purposes of
.:; legislature, or for the purchase or redemption of outstanding bonds in ;. this amendment heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said state board. _
) accordance with the provisions of the proceedings which authorised' the
issuance of such bonds. cst The state board shall in addition to Its other constitutional

,' and statutory powers, have the management; control' and supervision of the
(b) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds to finance the cost .of st \. proceeds of the first part of the revenues derived from the licensing of
I capital projects issued prior to the date this 'revision, 'becomes" I motor vehicles provided for in this subsection (dl. The state board
I!I.., effective Including projects of the .Florida state turnpike authority 6r ,' '''" shell also have power for the. purpose of obtaining funds for the use of

,. 'j' h. successor but excluding .n portions 0(. .tohe state h ghyayyet! "'l'9.41',.. .., /kJ" any school board of any school district or board of trustees of any ., :. .' '' b. '.funded'', a3 ,provided: Ilplt, lt\OU.r."V,9te.'C! ?S t"4f.' .1.cto..j. .t., ,M f'i ;J I' ,:. junior college district in ; ,'. '
.- 1Iet' .V8"g."',nt'.r.. cost raid 11 .t .Ieclsuan: :.. df .1:>cnd': -:. \l..:l t. remodeling improving. ''enlarging finishing, equipping"maintatriTng; ,
"..; leUr than'th. 'obligations refunded, bt' the'samsr ribefUec \ r re"9v siB 9" '9r..19Q'.u.. n f aAif1 oP }. I.,Rurggqa "
sine certificates
to bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation and also ,
.
( ) MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXES. ( to issue such bonds or motor vehicle tea antlcipaion.c.rtlflc.t..ito"
,; : pay. fund op refund any bonds or motor vehicle tax ..ntlclp.tlon1c.rtlflc.t.
!! (1) A state tax', designated 'second gas tax," of two cents per gallon\ t ;! .. theretofore issued by said state board. All such bonds or-
",'i upon gasoline and other like products of petroleum and an equivalent\ tax j Ii motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall bear interest at not

\i\\ upon other sources of energy used to propel motor vehicles as levi.d'byy, .#/?p<' exceeding five per centum per annum; or such higher interest r.te.. .ay" r
Article IX, Section 16. of the Constitution of 1885. as amended Is % .- : be authorized by statute heretofore or hereafter passed by s three-fifths '
hereby continued. The proceeds of said tax shall be placed monthly In ? C 3/5 ) vote iof each house of the legislature. All such bonds shall''

; the state roads distribution fund in the state treasury. 'f mature serially annual Installments commencing not more than three (3) .-*?
v ,ears' from the date of issuance thereof and ending not later than thirty '
', (2) Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 188S. as amended i' 30) years from the date of Issuance, or July 1. 2007. A.D. whichever Is
la adopted by this reference as a part of this revision as completely as -earlier. All uh motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall
... though Incorporated herein verbatim for the purpose of providing that mature prior to July 1 2007! A.D. The state board shall have po**' to
after the effective date of this revision the proceeds of the .counties \ determine< all ?!?** details 0' said bonds or motor vehicle tea
tax* as referred to therein shall be allocated among the several : advertisement tlflcates and to sell st public sale after public '
,. in accordance with the formula stated therein to the extent necessary.r to ; or ehange said bonds or motor, vehicle tax anticipation
\4 comply, with all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds, k. certificates, upon such terms and conditions the state. board shall
,
revenue certificates and tax anticipation certificates or any refunding provide. fI -
thereof secured by any portion of the 'second gas tax* .
..: (*' The state board shall also hv power to pledge 'for the p..nt
(3) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula stated in of the principal of and Interest on such bonds or motor' vehicle tas
,'.' Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885 as amended shall bet anticipation certificates including refunding bonds or refunding motor
(' pledged as security for any obligation hereafter issued or entered into ;./,; ; vehicle ,
except that any outstanding obligations previouslyissued pledgingrevenues '", ,' .- tax anticipation certificates all or any pert from the
antlclp.t.d"r.v.nu... to be derived from
the licensing of vehicles ,,
motor
allocated under said Article IX, Section 16, may be refunded ata jrt.IitI.'l! provided
for in
lower net interest cost rate by the Issuance of refunding 'T, this amendment and to enter into any covenants and other
bonds, maturing not later than the obligations refunded secured by the 'W agreements with the holders of such bonds or motor vehicle tan'anticipation >
certificates the tine
of
same revenues and any other security authorized in paragraph ((5) of this' z '+ th.'I..u.nc. thereof ..concernln9'the
subsection. : security th.r.of.nd the rights of the holders thereof all of which
f covenants agreements shall constitute legally binding and irrevocable

(4) Subject to the requirements paragraph ((2) of this subsectionand :';., ( holders contracts in with court such, of holders and shall be fully enforceable by such

1 after payment of administrative expenses, the 'second gas tax* shall .yv''''' any competent jurisdiction.
be allocated to the account of each of the several counties in the '" U: C71
it No
such bonds
+ amounts to be determined follows There shall be initial '," fr or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
as an ,::1'i'i + shall ever be issued
by the state board until
after the .
'ti. allocation of one-fourth in the ratio of to of a
county area state area, one- y ,
requesting the issuance
I. thereof by the school of they ,1
fourth in ratio
the of the total county population to the total "
school district
l' '" or board of
'' trustees of the junior
J population of the state in accordance with the latest available federal college dtstrirt.on
behalf 'of
+ .:1' census, and one-half In the ratio of the total ".. as tsx" collected 'f education .HWhici. .the obligations are to be iaaued. The state board of
the amount .of such bonds vehicle
A, on retail sales or use in each county to'' the total collected in all >,\' ,. anticipation certificates or motor tax
counties of the state during the previous flscsl year. If the annual I., 11'I' \' district which ten be issued on behalf of' any school -

debt service requirements of any obligations issued for any county, : which It-5L112iOP' .eo"2. district serviced to ninety percent 1'0'1 of the amount '
including deficiencies for secured (2) by the revenue accruing to the school,
any prior years, under paragraph district '
or'
of this junior college district under the provision. 'of 'hla : :i'?
.1 subsection exceeds the amount which would be allocated to that
county under the formula set out In this paragraph the amounts allocated J'E'I' .- amendment vehicle, and tax such determination shall be conclusive;' All such bonds or"motor i"'

to other counties shall be reduced proportionate ., anticipation certificates shall be issued In the name'
of hood 0'
!hJIf education but shall be Issued for and on behalf of :,,
the .< '
board
(9) Funds of the school district or board of trustees iof '' the .
; allocated under paragraphs (2) and (4) of this subsection '. 'g junior college district
shall be administered by the state board of administration created under ": ,;t or approval of requesting the Issuance .th.reof. and no election
\yi I,- said Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1389- as amended and ','/'. therufr qualified electors shall be required .for the" issuance '

,1 which is continued aa a body corporate for the life of this subsection ,M !\ ( ( : "s
'Ccl. The board shall remit the of the "second tax" in each : ,
proceeds
gas 'I, C81 T state board hu, In each thei'fundi .'
county account for use In said county as follows eighty per cent to the "';b'I f'* pursuant to this amendment ,to the.credit year of use each distributable'
I
state agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent to the junior college' 7. T school district or
governing body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county may I, prtoritys district' only In the following "manner- ,and in- order ofsubjection
be increased by general law. The proceeds of the "second gas taxf ,. ,
shall to allocation to the several' counties under this paragraph CI) ,w '''" vith :
be used first for the payment of obligations pledging revenues .,: \:'! '. ., ,(dl.comply>> the requirements of *. .*.*.& }3'fp" or this,
allocated pursuant to Article IX. Section 16, of the Constitution of '... l"f, :4 ,
,
"/' 1885, as amended, and any refundlngs thereof .second for the payment: r 'f, < I '
? ul ts of principal and interest
debt service on bonds issued as provided by this paragraph (5) to fln.nc.I': ( hr, o..nl"I. bonds orimoto v.hlcle t. maturing tsuednunder'
anticipation certificates
the acquisition and construction of roads as defined by lava and ,third ,!, ts' authority ,
for the acquisition and construction of roads and for road maintenance aa '. i' '. hereof-lneluding< r.ful'ldln9-bonda or motor vehicle'tas'
authorised by law. When authorized by law. state bonds pledging the full .nlclfationc.rtlflc.t.a. issued on ehslf of the school board 'of such-
'
faith and credit of the state may. be Iasued without any elections (II to subject di"trlet. .. or > board of truatees of such junior college1 District
V to-any-covenants
refund obligations secured by any portion of the "second gas tas* "f 'concerning the rights between holders or agreements of'different' made bt".t.'. ,. bo.rd' .
allocated to a county under Article IX, Section 16 ot the Constitution ''OfllIIOt vehicle Issues of sueh'bondst.. 'a'ss
of 1885,, as amended Iii to finance the acquisition and construction of '... tax anticipationcertificates, herein. authorised+ ,e, ; '

roads In. county by the governing body of. the county and ',To. ...tabUs' !
supervising r ','. ;+f rpm .nd'.tnt.ln. elnklng .fund 'or funds'to": ne'e
t. (
th.l.t.t. agency the state road and ( ill) to refund st '
,
system {: "; 1'''''''' for'debt service or reserves' therefor motor1 1.
secured by any portion of the "second gas ta." allocated [ !g.,1.. ;' vehicle tas "tlcip.UOft'c.rtlfic.t. on bonds or
under paragraph 9cl(4)) No such bonds shall l issued on behalf of the school
be issuedunless'a state a a f" ,; board CJlf such school district bo > ,
fiscal or l d-0"t" trustees of such pif"
junior
agency created by law has made a determination that in no district under the college
state'f '
authority hereof
fiscal will f "b.n.v.r.'ttl..t.e'' board r.
year the debt service requirements of the bonds and all it necessary CJlr advisable. and In such ,hall deen
'
bonds secured by the?pledged portion of the 'second -oun terms 4Bd
allocated to Conditions. the state ords..all, {* Its iscretloiT'determVne .
.the county exceed, seventy-five per cent of the pledged portion of, the !
second gas tax" allocated to that county for the "" state' fiscal i I" ::4.' ,ion, distribute annually to the '
several boards
e school '
of '
year. of the pledged net tolls from existing facilities collected In the ; ".l' dlstNats or the boards of trustees of the junior college .districts the' school j
,' preceding for'
first' and 'of the .nnu l ,average set tolls ? use In payment of deb".rvlce.o", bonds heretofore "hereafter '
anticipated during} the five.state fiscal ,..ra'or of new X, ;". ., any 'such school boards otthe! .chool.dl.ulets issuedby .
projects to be financed., and of' .nv other" .....operation I tRe junior eofltqe districts or boarde'of'rtrustees'' .rof'r ,
leqaUr' pledged specs of ,lh. bonds, -1/''r4 / \
revenues collected In the preceding state year. .Bonds issued ? orCare. ',b.,u.ed. 1ft the acquiring building were-used ,,
t
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,
to thus subsection constructing alter ,
pursuant shall ion. ,
be pri-arily fro. the '' r.lIICIde.lng. llIpro"ln9.
P-tw :pledged ; enlarging
: v furnishing equipping .,.
tolls, the pledged portions of ,''' second 'a.- renovating HLalntalnln Slsj' i
gas .alloestedtothat of capital
y 5pfr'B* ;
and outlay projects 'in such ;
other '
county any pledged shall. districts ;
''
r.v.n""fln4 .mature net Aster "
than .
.
forty years from the,date of Issuance.-. '' K, f'.t I j",' ',!' .is:'Jn "irs"- the 12Wj'Kia'rfiuia4ffav!' ,ouU.''' tsaSrwafeSSSSdSSS33S '"':.

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amendments to the. Constitution of the State ot. lor .da, : I '" CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT .' ;;"j" .'

and they did ARTXCLE't'.VXIX, SECTION 1.WT'S;;. ; < :'
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and direct'' that the ;8ai4"otnt.i; 1 <':
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Resal tions : be submitted to electors; ,! '''.' .' ", < :' '' """ "I' "' :' '. /
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1984.' : 'a, ,, ." 'U),, POLtrtC1 G: SUBDIVISIONS. ..The .state'ahell' b*" divided 'lawllnto' ., 4"
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\r politics subdivisions-- called' counties.Counties' may .> be .created/: I

NOW i q ..boU.hoeS'l' changed by Uw,' with provision!' for payment or apportionment. '
THEREFpRE I GEORGE FIRESTONE'!:, Secretary 'Of of, the public dabt,. .
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State of the '. I 1 'j' \i
State of Florida do 'hereby .give, notice; that\ :, .' I '
1 (b}- COUNTY rtnn>S. The' method disbursing '
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en.eXection will be care cu.toelr'.nd county 'i>.
held in each'County inFlorida/on,? {, funds shall be' 1' law I '
provided! by general ,
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November 6 1984;' for the ratification. or feJect.10rf.'ot.: i ." 'I.. .f ,
the 'Joint Resolutions ...4 (e) GOVEftNMENT. Pursuant to general' of special, law. s county ,
proposing amendments :,to. e'Canstl-' '"..1'11III1be' established by charter which shall be adopted, amended
tution, of'the state of Florida' viz', ".. ; ?* V-V--TV-,; :: or'r.peal.4 only upon vote of the 'electors of the county in a special'! I'

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',' '"i' .. :: t'.:'; '' : !r t" 9 '::1I (d) COUNTY. ''OrriCERS. There .hoU 'be sleeted, by the electors of ,each ,
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for terms ''of four y..,.. a sheriff a' tax collector property ..
:, ..; / ,; '" j j0' I county..". '.'"supervisor' of elections and a clerk of the _circuit Cpurti '

:;\ .,,",: .",/0'.,, : ,,. NO.1, ,:,, ,' ,.;' xceptt. when provided by county charter, or special law: approved by wvote: ;cl
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.t ., ; ; : I, I' 'J\" county any county officer nay be chosen in

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tt 1" '> ARTICLE : '' transferred to another office Wh.nlot otherwise provided ,
XSECTION' by.eokntyr
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.:"I ': ":. ', oV' .,. ... ;. "". ; "i''" I" ,!''I4!' ,r 1 ti' circuit 'or special law approved by vote of the electors, the clerk of the .;:
::i '7'a J: i'f', \ : : .1 :\ : 1': ')' ; ;;" .'.;'h" .. ., .. ,. -.' ,, ., l L" commissioners, 'auditor,, recorder and custodian all county funds 'r'ues
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I 1. "';' \ ; .,'t j (a) .COMMISSIONERS* Except o'h."vh."provI4ee1.' county' charter, ,: "
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i\ a. tile, 'governing body of each, .shall, be '
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.cou" : of county
..:asCVON 4. ;'RO ..Uad. exemptione-! ,; I: .: "':',i y, n1.. I'' ..Commissioners'icqmposed, ; .or.:1:: Ive'or-'seven,,members s.evinq'stsgq.rtd'tfrms.' .
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If. !I' : !' l, ,01' four years ;' .After each ''decennial census the: board of., county, '
,4'fa.rrher.'' shall, be'' exempt from forced sal.-un4 r;yroC.p.'dt. a'nycourt .' Commtesloners'ahall' 'divide the. county. Into districts of contiguous J,
and no. :judgment, decree or' .x.cution shall be "a' ..11.n..1 tIa.r. la I '. .r..ltor".rl".qu.l in population as'' practicable. On.eommissloner1

except for the payment of .x.. assessments, th/r.on.'obliq 6tigncentrsct.d 'residing in 'each district shall. ,be .1.c'e4.as provided bv. law ,byrthe, ;\
for the purchase, improvement '..or repair thereof" or a "e.'. ... -."."._"' ,.: 1 r ,;
obligations contracted for house field or other labor p.rtormed.gn the \ or
r.altyth.. following property owned by a natural person %h o, 'head ,e<' a (f) .MOM-CHARTER .'COVERO4!: NT. Counties not operating under,, -county.'; '

faaityi f.t'. 'chartersehall -have 'such power,. of s.lf-gov.rnm.ne 'as is provld.dLbyl .
.. ,....raL'' or special 1.". The board of county commissioners of ,
(U a homestead If' located outside a 'municipality, to the/ "t.n'}o' ; J not operating ;sunder charter may enact- in a .manner, .. .COllntY1'1' Y
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on. hundred sixty .cr.. 'ot contiguous land and improvements> thereon general lav*' ,county ordinances not inconsistentwith-general. ...or. opectal .!
which .hall not be reduced without the owner's conaent by reason'ofaubsequent lawbut;. an ordinance conflict with a municipal ordinance shall not'be' ''' .4

inclusion in a municipality or if located Within i, ;i'a effective. within the municipality to the extent of, such conflict. II i
municipality o'''the extent'of: en.-Mlt acre ot'conttquoualand'upu' ,- \
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which th..x..p lon"aha11 be limited to the1 residence of ..the .owner> or ,hie' I,. i l''' CHARTER' GOVERNMENT. 'Counties operating under, county :ch'.rt.r. s 4U\

*"#' &;t ?: ,1. :,' atoll, have,' all\pov.r.of local setfi-government',' not inconsistent: with. ,s
; .->;> ,'V .' ", general 1.v.or'.\ with special law approved by vote of the .leceorstThep''' ,'
..' (2).per.onslprop.rty to the v.lu. of one. thousand d911ari' v :'V ,' j governing body''of a county op.r.tlnfJun4.. a .charter may enact county .
i ordinances :,nbt'inConsl.t.nt'with ,
general law The 'charter shall provide "
: '' (b) 'Th..'! exemptions shall inure 'to the surviving. spouae': "-1iar.\ ''Of "1,., ::, which shall prevail In the event of conf Hct' between county and ,municipal. ", ;
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th.. o.r.. "." .i"? ',>< < 1/0-0 ordinances. ', ",.'' >*', ?',,,., ;.\
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Cc) The homestead shall not be subject: to.devise if ,the. own.erie 1 I J ( > 'TAXESf 'IIMITATION. ,Property. situate'wlthin municipalities .halt"* ;:' ::
survived or minor child except the homestead may be devised'to': ,'. '
by .pou. not be subject to taxation for services rendered'by the cou"Cy1J. .
the owner's if .there b. no minor child. Tho' own.1' of homestead .f
spouse exclusively for the benefit of the property, or residents'; In- '. ;
real.estate, joined by the spouse It married, may alienate the homestead I unincorporated .1''.... .' ". n ff.''' v j
by mortgage, sale ..or gift and if marri.dma' by deed transfer the title.to a ,.. ; 'r, Ji:'<" ,r
an ,..t.t..by the entirety ,with the spouse. .If the owner !&". spouse .1. .' ( 1) COUNTY ORDINANCES Each 'county ''otdinanc shall beflled'vith' 'the,;" 1

incompetent, the method of alienation, or encumbrance shall be .. provided' secretary of state 'and shall become effectlv. at such time thereafter as

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Vi LA't16l4' 0': ORDINANCES. Persons violating county. ordinance./;
i, f- .; :n Jbe1 be prosecuted and punished as provided by L.,.. : > S
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.: ,..r., 4 '. .t .v.ry'count there shall be a county seat ,
YgK'1.t ARTICLE. IV, .SECTIONj,4| Y\\ \: ,. j "t ;h..ib.U' be 10cate4 the prlndpo" ofices and p.r..n.nt records of, all ,': .
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rS t" '& kkt; td .'rr' .t. -. (I. county .t. .31' not bit moved except a. prQvlc1. bY :." 'r, ,i '::1 ;>,
,.. .' ; i f.n..l'l.v offices for '
. : It ." 0 j. .1 ,. H'I, If't# "' .r.nett : the condllCt ot .ount bu.inas" payrybe 8, '
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.'ritsl ;' .''daWhVlSVia''Vrt'biitjd! ..vnJ--.iii.Mf\ nt! ?,\\t;, $,:lt.s( ( >** H-fc12: 1 'rtLl' fc .' '",a tgb' .Ikheq .la.wher.in: th, .'cOUntydby .resolution: ; J. the goy'S b ''b?dy ;, :"r.. ;T "'.
''ipn.u.Ifel1.4"} .pn.9'f1..p"* .6ni4aJniu) ,pnlpia?, dli;- .V"rytoHfimiu.V.:&p't4J. "* TifcAmW111 ; J .'Ot.' 1: "I Jrt' J'W)" \t''.. ". 1.:'h.y, A't7, t""II.h" 1t.: .( .. ." A
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attorney general. .' .comptroller,' a" r.aallr.I'a' \ 'comu.l'eonolt ; I ", .. y'. t .. ,: ., : ,', ..'\;\. "
agriculture' : ,and a commissioner of education. In addition to the'pow.I'M: ;! ,
anel'dlltl.. '.peclf1.d herein, they-shall exercise. such powers and perform1 ; : A
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(b) The secretary 'ot state shall keep the records of the official"' i '( /1'. ., CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ;:

acta of the legislative and cut1v.d.pert..nt., I .t. ".' : -
ir 1 ? ARTICLE V, SECTION 8 '

(c) Th. attorney general shall be the chief state legal.officer. i V f i ;'J
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the : of' the, .it. >.. '\ .JUDICIARY" t .' ; I
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Id) The comptroller aerve galn.ttthea.tstisar ,
state; and shall settle and approve: accounts; r SECTION .* Sliglbillty.f-No person shall be eligible for' off U.of j J
".; :L jU.'lc.'or judge of any court unless.he. is an elector of the. state: and,

(e) The treasurer_ shall ,keep all etate funde end securities.; ... j I .resides in the territorial jurisdiction sf his 'court. No justice or
shall; disburse .t. funds only upon the order' of the comptroller Sucm judge 'shall serve after attaining the, a<'je of seventy ,years ..cept' upon ;
be in any form and may require the disbursement' 'of atIII .:' ''temporary assignment, or to complete 'a term. 'on.-lIalf.'o' which.he has,., J.
ectronic means. or by means ot a magnetic tape or any otherJtrj served. No person is eligible for the office of justice. the supreme, ,
ml T ee...n.era.5ne4 .y the .."..."... Wile .."..".* ,ah a..9" \ court or judge, ofa. district court 01 appeal 'unless h. la, and ,has been .:' a
; .'.., .,i ministerta* arty. e"k:t..e 41. ."'.. '''.* ..".....".. /It j,", for the proCodin", 'ten ,..r.. a member 01 the bar 01 Plorlda. (No por.on" : j
.. 1 ''' "' Is .eliglfor.the for ,the office 01 circuit judge unless he &a. and has been ., (
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(f' Th. commiasloner of 'agricultur..ha1'hav..up.rvision of '!matters'pertaining ,,,, ) precodlftfJ five ''''.' a '....abe.. of th. ,bar 01 'Florida.. unless '

to agriculture except. as'otherwise provided; by law; 'J .n"' ". etheTvls.'provided br general law. no ixrayn eligible for fhe ofl .}\.
., r. .,.;1 ,. ,.I. "t'i':" At county court judge unless he Is. and 11 focah* piriC'it'4| tpaa v
." : '..' .the 1icu"1: xgjjrj .------.. 'a member of the bar of rior d. Uibe I,
: : : (g) .Th. commissioner of education .h.U".uP.I'Y1'. ,, ,:, ", P\& otherv;AMaction v. \
'education e.t.a .in the manner. prescribed by law.; r M -, ). -'.r" it.jwu J .; .' by general. law, t person shall eligible for ft _or toalatjon 'I..
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>;"" .' > .). > .'. .' <*"f"*" if ', or.ltlS If he is a a of the bar of
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.t.tric"cou..t or aw..l'b appointi" for a term idlng on '.tlto'f&ru'l'\: \ ,; d : ?ut\ ( 'I' :
', atr'the, Urn Monday 1" January 0' the' ,.ar following ,the; neat (\tIf! <( (t r S&cTiOlf: lit State bonds revenue bonds-.. '7' ,
.' ... Tv..dat :. tlo" .acurrtnq .t'' 1.a.t .on. year after 'the .date-f-'of ,irvfc*'. I D A 'q : y r., \' .itJ
,? "PIIOln'.nt.. one 0(' thr.e persons. n0lA1II.ted. J the i appropriate! Judicial. "',,, .' : ty nominating commission .-. a" 'S \ b.' '..11.4 0"1 to finance or refinance. the -cost 'of state .fixed capitol. .itI
; 'projecia$ Ud 'bY law and thereto,
: ." outlay authorl purposes-Incidental upon
'(b>>)' The. '.,o .rnor '.".U 'I'u,; each vac.ne"on, a circuit) court or on : } approval by a yote-of the electoral provided state bonds issued' pursuantto '
county 'COli"" 'b, appointing, ,for; a t.rsendinq on the first "" ..cI.y. '.".r.,', ot ; .this ;.subsection 4a> may refunded, without a vot.'of' the. electors at I
v the first' 1'Monday In January of the year following" the nextprl'ary'tsad', !' II lower: nee average Interest cost rate; 'The total 'ouuundln9 principal t
general election.-one-of''not fewer than three persons* ". by, tH. .- ; of ,:' state bonds Issued pursuant to this subsection \..> ahall'never exceed. f "
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"'appropriate judicial nominating commission. ''An election'shall, be heldto 't +, 'fatty..rcint'of the1'' total tax revenues ,of the state. for the. two I

:'fill th' judicial: office .'01' that ten of' the office beginning, at :the and It.1 .. years; eludintr ..nt'tn r..ftuu'IIeJd In .triiat under; ,. .1 i.1h
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of 'th.iappointed term.. / : 'n. t ,. conitituttc "01" '. "

", .t, ic) 'Th. nominations '.Iuiii. be, made; 'within thirty' days from the) \ ( 3 ;/ '(b) '/Moneys' 'sufficient to 'pay debt' service.on atate 'bonds.a* the''' same' '/.

occurrence of .. vacancy unless tho p.riod'I. extended by atoll .''' for t b.eoeej, ,'" due., shall. be. ...appropriated, lav,, :. *- 't .;;
exceed days. sake the V u.f. 4 f )
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appointmentwithin' thirty t... the aomlnetlona haver. been .certified. .'' .' >J Any fult faith and ertdl ''of'the' state. '.; '
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(d) There shall' be a, separate jllcllclai'noMlnaU" commission' aa< J' : 1 : : ; {
;'provided by general .Lav ,for the supreme i court each (district ''court' O. : t:ur.t1 '...'nu. .bondal ..y, be 'issued by ath. .etate'.ots'sgeneiis, "} '
appeal and.: ,, each judicial 'circuit for all trial'courts within the.> ii itneytvotf-o( the .cto.'J to .J i".nc., or Ire(in.ne. "... co., .of ,:
Circuit; C uniform rules of proeedure shal. Tbe establlshed-bv th 1udlcl< ", ;f ; .a" ::c.pU.1 .cu""'. h I1o.lY I,,, DJrysJ ; 'i
each level of the p 'k f fk andshell be payable, to ,U c ,\ r ,;.)
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''or' facility 'to ha nanced'of' refinanced

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:' NOVEMBER 6, 1984 "', Thort" ..N ..nc4l.tun'lIn Aroealton France, that are 350 f..t high.

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Junior college district. The state board shall hays power at the tlm. o l /, r. ..

Iseusncof any bonds by any school board of any school district or board I Iff your home .,

of trustees of any Junior college district to covenant and agree with '. .___ .
such school board or board of trustees as to th. rank and priority ofpayments :. -. I is destroyed+ "IiII'Nto'OWH' aN1;MAN' s.!."NT AND GaeUtAt'/0.' '. 1i '(irYjJ'
mad for different issues of bonds under this subparagraph .
d. and "ay further agree that any amounts to b* distributed under this can you afford? IX'TiWWtwItWW" iiaiiii j ft-'cTfo x..n'''NuND;' 7I

subpsregrapti d. may pledged for th* debt service on bond. issued by ,' I to rebuild a1i .....J1MlI't.t1hn.! !!:\ .. ..UIIll.li: -_ -[ I I I I I I I T I 91 01, 1t.\:'. \: ,
fi any school board of'.ny school district or board of trustees of any .. ifo4lY 1M\A4" ,UUrMjLtlfaluiHli! M rata ANMiMVMMoiriMi"I0.00.t. ,.t
junior college district and for the rank and priority of such pledge. "
Any such covenants or agreement of the state board may b. enforced by I With\felu-Rlte i tram 1'f I1Ng10MrttArtNAwllnnarOPrtup1An01{ \ rT. ",-----11-- .

any holders of such bonds in any court of competent jurisdiction. ; )1., The Hartford you can. ,. / 8\l\rk. 1.l 1 n1 .
1 trfiiai'lliniw5a" ", .. '! Q.AndtAl Qlld"trlUlllIII/'Im J '-- ,
school If your home 1 Ii destroyed .
*. TO distrlbut annually to the several school bo.rds'of the
I Vhlu-Riie's _U1.IL J.ItrnLJ.tllrk..Jl.! ,.nn, j ,
or boards of trustees of the Junior college districts for the "f\1 1f, urrr l I II. I\.f>; I1..rmII1To'! ,,.....H NU ..-.,
payment of the cost of acquiring' building., constructing alt.rlng.. value replacement. ....uawsd..w6wwNww/.NM' '. .
improving enlarging furnishing, equipping maintaining will the full '
lure '
renovating.. or repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes cost to rebuild pay It-at t1l\'l'llll_.. 'Q 19_,.;;.U."Mo fn'i.eln 1i.i l..M.Wtoday's qh.n..h.l1l1r!: ro V1*"*... A. Stal'k.. Pl. '2091" .

In such school district or Junior college district as shall be requestedby I ... r. .
school district construction I ,.11 '. Draw II atsrM '1. '2091 .
resolution of the school board of the or board of o. "1111'01.O\ **
prices. Regardless of fU1IAQ11IG-/Io ooo.l.oI 4 ."r i w, ,r '
/,. trustees of the junior college district.
your policy's limits.Don't .
f. When all major capital outlay needs of a school district or junior risk losing "- '. '(. .".'.wr.w,.-......,..,....._.....,..........::.:_,...__...___.,--...
i your niJT rfil-ij r=-.. ..i.:::.:::" -: :=:r=::-:::::- ::=.N9 w. _. ,
district have been wet ss determined by the state board, on the : "" 'ii'
undervaluedinsurance.
J college home to "rANir..---,.N;:iNw;wI INNMW#14-.....nNIN""N NNNWt
61 basis of i survey made pursuant to regulations of the state board and 1 Demand _
approved by the stet board all such funds remaining shall, .be 'r .... m'''''UNO.""" /n
distributed annually and used for such school purposes in such school The Hartford's Valu- .r .
district or 'Junior college district as the school board of the .ehooldistrict '. Rite protection for -* "- -- *

or board of trust** of the junior college district shall your home-and your

.s II determine, or as may be provided by general law. ,* of mind. '.
..
peace AMOUNT'''-. Of NqN..1.DII.0ADI..as.ow.cu.wo.easc.OMO*.MOAIOMllsOM OrMllt......"...,//***.*_L.M.Don't IN0.., Nw....1 MACNMT OH WDM*OP TOT''" .

(9) Capital of a school district, junior eolliyidistrtct make a decision /ol NNW COMnrn wl.IN.. .""" ,...
homeowners <0< EAdhlr... .. ..
eligible on ? 1H.-I. .
shall be to participate in the funds accruing under S&l
this amendment and derived from the proceeds' of bonds and motor vehicletax insurance without a ,

anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license t...... quote from us. :

1 only in the order of priority of needs aa shown ba survey or surveys :'.:::=:.:.:.o-: = : D.DANMATDNI'..., A.IM.ID, .='::.MICAI.AI.N IMr..N,IINNrI "
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: conducted in the school district or Junior college* district under 1 "' r.rwO M.N 1 0 W.w.wr M*.'.,9 ,

prescribed by the stat board, to determine the capital m Is
regulations .. ..
\ outlay needs of the schoo district or junior eolUge district and HODGESInsurance I 0....c.oig4wwiw, w l LJ..N01pMl.N.'.*.*.. :=A'M"- ... ."-... .

approved by the state board* provided that the priority of such project ..............""' ..,CHICUUhTIOM YWIASNO'\: GDINYA:: CO*til Of flNGLI. "
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_ __ .SNt. _Af KS&SXtf"' "' <*
may be changed from tim to tin upon the request of the school board of 'Agency.a
the school district or board of trustees of the Junior college district ......... -...--- S4U '5611"

, I and vith the approval of the state board* and provided further that this 964-4571 r PAID. -CIRCULATIONCOfl ----______ unu 373' .
.
paragraph (9) shall not in any manner affect any covenant agreement or ,
i mad by the stat board in the Issuance by said state board of any 101A Edwards Road *-- ISftl' ,i'J\lI" ,. ,

I bonds 'or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, or in connection .. _......00........._'_./..,_,.." ." .. .
vith the Issuance of any bonds of any school board of any school AUTO LIFE MO IRLE/ ...,. .. .hl S.t'M1
HOMES I IHOMEOWNERS
D WAIL o
y"i1.001Mta.IV.... .301 OTMII MINIS .
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1 j district or board of trustees of any junior college district. ,-. 0. l'IM 10S '

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(10) The stste board may Invest any sinking fund or funds created ..... .*.Of CTlsHI, .... ; ,--. 'IxSn! I'"' 5400". 'r'(
pursuant to this amendment in direct obligations of the United States of V 1, O I America or in the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates : i.N..r- llj" y i
. issued by the state board on behalf of the school board of any school ... 1 .11-1" _. 1 ._r :
,
district or board of trustees of any junior college district. HARTFORD.Q 1bN.M..tw NMw AwwM.M+N..N.4/ ry4U11 '. .OliOO1 '! J
THE '
i I ( t ewer e.n w_._.., "- NL...tw. ,AND:rrT: .tr:_tTt'_";'..:"NMAMA0IN.D.", ,,,,,. ;
(11) The state board shall have pover to make and enforce all rule i ------/1 /(rlt, t'J.' .. ,

'N' and regulations the full exercise of the powers herein : :._, ,......."..... MMd ,. .
granted and no legislation shall be required to render this amendment of y .'
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tiJ'( full fore and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the i
levies of said motor vehicle license tales during the life of this ",
Notices
;\. amendment to any degree which vill fall to provide the full amount Legal: .
necessary to comply with the provisions of this amendment and pay MMS ,, .a
t' necessary expenses of administering the lavs relating to the licensing of ',
V motor vehicles and shall not enact any law having the effect of NOTICE HOOKER. FL 33623 tha 17th' day. of October, f/n/a<' THARPE- a
t withdrawing the proceeds of such motor vehicle license taxes from the <- OFAPfUCATION .made application for 1984. BROOKS IN COR
; water use permit 'Dated this 29th day of PORATED, 'a Georgia .

p :; operation of this amendment and shall not enact any law Impairing or On1719, CITY OF 3-84-00483 for an August GILBERT 1984. S. BROWN 'corporation. Plaintiff. ,
,, DRAWER
STARKE P.O. dally
r materially altering the rights.of the holders of any bonds or motor > I overage 'CI.rko'CIcuItCourt v.
vehicle tax anticipation certificates Issued to this amendment C. STARKE FL 32091. withdrawal of .0.0004 GLENN EDWARD
pursuant
made for million gallon day By: 8eulahMoody
application par HESLAR SHARON
;:, or Impairing or altering any covenant or agreement of the stat board as
D.putyClok,
provided In such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates. water use permit from ground water .HESLAR BERNEICE E,
.
I r. H".W.u..' 't** ., 2-(4-OOS4S for an located In. Section' 16. Bradford County ''POTTER', and the

\ : (12)) The state board shall have power to appoint such persons and flat? ; average dally Township, ,07 South. ,',\ ,. ,,;. !/1)4tchg 10/04 unknown spouse of any
I r their compensation for the administration of the provisions of this J)1: withdrawal of 1.0230 Range 20 East;Bradford y ........ party to this suit whose
1. 1 fi amendment as it shall deem necessary and the expenses of the state bo.rllr million gallons per day County Florida for marital status hot not I
hV in administering the provisions of this amendment shall be prorated alftt>h'.i'iDV..I J!f I from ground water water utility use*. IN THE CIRCUIT oeen correctly slated If

the various school districts and junior college districts and paid out of, located In Section M.Township Written,objection or COURTOtf'-fflE4'2V.Jivlng"Aflcltl
the proceeds of the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates If1 ...I. I I 06 South comment on thl opplication '
or from the funds distributable to each school district or junior college .." '" Ronge22E6d''Brodford; may be filed CIRCUIT! IN AND FOR* n unknownrtelr, ,
.. district on the same basis ss such motor vehicle license taxes are County. Florid., for with the ''Governing I BRADFORD. COUNTY, devisees, grantees,
distributable to the various school districts or junior college 'dlstrlcts'I I water utility u... Booro o* the Suwonnoo FLORIDA assignee*; llenors,
under the provisions of this amendment. Interest or profit on sinking Written objection or River Water MonogeCIVIL CASE NO. ...-:we creditor, trustees,
It'. fund investments shall accrue to the school districts or junior college f1;. comment on this application ment District Route 3. tenant, or 'other
districts In proportion to their respective equities In the sinking fund may be filed Box 64, Live Oak FL IN RE: The Marriage of: claimant.. claiming by,
l\ or funds. j.';.' with the Governing 32060 until STEPHEN LEWIS through, under or
r,: Board of the Suwannee 101S19eHOFFMU4., Husband against any of the above
(13)) Bonds Issued by the stat board pursuant to this subsection (d) "xY' N River Water Management 1tchg 9/27 and named defendant who
shall be payable primarily from said motor vehicle license taxes ss t District Route 3. EANN MARIE | err. deceased Defen- p
t provided herein and If heretofore or hereafter authorized by law, may be laf.?; Box 64. Live Oak FL --..... HOFFMAN, Wile dants.
1, additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of the .state 33060 until NOTICE
w. without an election. When heretofore or hereafter authorized by law '!III,;:;' I I 10/13/1964. NOTICECKACTION'' NOTICE OF ACTION
;; bonds issued pursuant to Article XII. Section 18 of the Constitution of .JIi I"t 1tchg927NOTICE. !
NOTICE
,", 1885, as amended prior' to 1968. and bonds issued pursuant to Article XII.' ; .' < 'I' .1. hereby I TO: DEANN MARIE HOP-: TO: GLENN EDWARD
that the
Section 9, subsection (d) }. given Town HESLAR, SHARON
of the Constitution as revised in 1968..nd .. ." 1 -- FMAN. Stale of ColorodOe
Council of the Town ofBrooker
( bonds Issued pursuant to this subsection (Id) be refunded by the ;: I HESLAR, and' the
Issuance of bonds additionally secured by the full mar th and credit of :t t.( i Florida at a YOU ARE HEREBY unknown spouse of any
'.' the state only at a lower net average interest cost rat. !'I;,3 meeting to be held at NOTIFIED thot on action, party to this suit whose
l1': 7:30: p.m.. on October 9, "
f OFNPLICATION for Dissolution of Marriage marital statu hot not
:. (e) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds issued pursuant to this Section 9 of I. >;\. 1 I ,will 1984 at the Town Hall and other relief been corr.dlyeta/ed. If

'" '" Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pursuant to On 9/17/1984, CITY OF consider the adoption hot been filed against living, and If any of said
,
this section shall not be Sationi applying the limits upon the amount' \ LAWTEY. '.0. DRAWER of the following entitled you In the abov.-styi.d defendant be dead.'the

"': of state bonds contained inn 11, Article VII., of this revision. ,,.<,. 'i I.I|. G, LAWTEY, FL'' 32058. reading ordinance to wit on final Court and you are required -, unknown heir,

r' ;: I 1 made application for ORDINANCE to serve a copy .devisees, grantees,
(f) If, at 'the general election at which this amendment is adopted r water uia permit AN PROPOSING of your written assignees l llenors,

'.. there Is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed'' : 2.1.OOS1Ian an AMENDMENTS defen***, If any to It creditors, trustees,
language of subsection (a) differs from that contained 1/"' TO THE CHARTER OF THE other
herein then such ': average dally on TERENCE M. tenant, or
F: other language as to subsection (a) shall prevail over the language of :, withdrawal 1 of 0.2200 TOWN OF BROOKER COUN'TY IN BROWN ESQUIRE. Post claimant, claiming by
subsection (al) as contained herein.g I million gallon per day BRADFORD Office Draw. 40 through under or ,

'. from ground ,water* FLORIDA; PROPOSING Starke, Florida 33091 against any of the above
) If, at the general election at which this amendment Is adopted I located In Section 23. THE SELECTION 'OF and file the' original named defendant whoare
there is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the rv. MAYOR FROM TOWN deceased.Residence .
proposed i Township 03 1 South with the Clark of the ,
j' language of subsection (d) differs from that contained 1 COUNCILflROVIDING
herein then such ; flange East, Bradford above-styled Court on Unknown.
other language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d) .as '. County. Florida for, FOR A REFERENDUM or before 30 October
.\ contained
herein. THEREON
water utility uses.Written : 1984, Otherwise, a YOU' ARE NOTIFIED
I. I obectlon| or ESTABLISHING THE Judgement shall be that an action to
I (h) If, at the general election at which this amendment Is ; ; AND foreclose the
adopted It comment on thl* application i entered against you forth mortgage
there '
[ is also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed 'rn I may be filed { HEREOF.EFFEG relief requested In or* the following proper. I,
language of subsection (c) differs from that contained herein TIVE DATEPROVIDING '
", then such with the,Governing th* Petition. ty In Bradford,..County,
,t. '," other language' as to subsection ICI) shall prevail-over the language of Board of the Svwannee I 1 1 Linda Robinson WITNESS hand and ,Florida: '
subsection (
" of c.s contained herein. This amendment shall take effect .as t River Water ''Manage, Town Clerk seal I of IG:1. Court on.. Lot 11, of Block 2,
::1':0 'I .July 1, 1975. ; } ;
j 1tchg9/27
SHADY OAKS 'SUBDIVIo
r. ment District Route 3. the 18th day ,ol
".f.fl 5 Pox 64. live Oak. FL __ Sept.mbir,19S4. SION, as per plat thereof.recorded yx
\ NO.9CONSTITUTIONAL .
;
4w, 32060. until GILBERTS. BROWN In Plat Book 3, ,
.
: ; .. .. AMENDMENT .10/13/1984.. NOTKE ClerttoftheClrcuftc-t: I page 39 of the public .
" a. ... !H tdw 9/27 OF APPLICATION IYI LIllO AIvor.. record of Bradford
I,
ARTICLE I I '
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Deputy Clerk ..CountyFkxloan and lying

.F \ :. :' (NEW SECTION TO BE ADDED) s I. mo w. TAX FOR DEED, ,TERENCE M.BROWN. and situate In Section
ESQUIRE I'e, .Township ,,,7. 'South,
CITIZEN'S RIGHTS IN CIVIl ACTIONS TOMLINSON 1 MOWN, Range.2O Eostj Bradford
;) ,,. s. In civil octions:: 0)) no party can be found liable for payment of damages in excess KOTtCE'OP NOTICE, IS HEREBY PA County Florida. I,

i ,' ,, o\\ his her percentage ol liability! bJ) the Court shall grant a summary (udgement on K APPLICATION. GIVECYLWDONALD the G. 'Attorneys+M'Husband ha been filed against

motion of any party when the Court finds no g.nuln. dispute exists concerning the .holder.Of the following .. /20 4td1g 10/11,. < f you 'and BERNEICE E.;
.' material facts of the case: cJ) noneconomic damage such as pain and suffering, men t On /17/19.4; TOWN certificate ha filed void:: j POTTER and you ore reCi' -
::1, i-" -tal anguish loss of consortium and loss ol capacity for .njoym.nt. of life shall not be OF '.OOKE.; P.O. j certificate: : for a tax q-...,,,. '.1: '!1 I quired. ku.rveaeopy of .jJ

..' awarded In excess of $100.000 agaii.it; any party. # BOX 127.'BROOKE Ft 1 deed to b* Issued NOTICE' I your written defense. If
r
32622, mod, ''appJlcothern" The certificate) any,:to Ir on' JERRY A. .

," ?;: I';" > IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto st my hand and affixV'd tort for water Las per number i and year at Issuoneo NOTICE I* hereby plal'ntlff FUNK, 'ESQUIRE, 'JI

the Graf Seal of th.Stat.'of Florida at Tallahassee the I mit 2-800541, far, an < ,the description' given that on Monday 'attorney,
Capital l. ',whose, address I I. 1030Atlantic'Bank
c ,: 4 average dally of the and the ,, '01 19...
V this lb.13th ( property Oct. at, 10:00: ,
) of .
> .. ,. day August A.D.*, 1984, w) withdrawal of 0.0697. name in.,which it wo o'clock AM..the under.' '. : Building.
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... : ,/J 10.; J = r milliongall.nsparday''aseesdor.05follows' 4 Jacksonville; Florida
.GATORFREIGHTWAYS.
: tlgned '
q 39999! on .before October
or
from ground'
wafCertilicote; No.S 60 INC.wilt .
: ', ... I ,li iii i located kl.section 0*. .Year of Issuance;.1987 sell at public auction for 21,19s/withd file.
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1'f:>,!r' ';" '. ..!. ..r. ..', <' ', th* the
,. ... 1 : \ Township 071| Sawtfi. Description of Proper* ca.h at 2175. Comb _
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t "r.. ,.. ....... 1'1. ....1\ Range 20....t.-odIord tyi No. 2136-01500 Corn'' monwealth .Ave1.: .;ClerkeFMlsCourtN/her ).
.. :-I.' f'.1 '-.. ,,.'! ,:,'i. .. i i.tl': )" r, ''err Ownty.: Florida, for at SW Cor See N 1172....' Jacksonville Flo.:, 'one* 1lndei..nk.!( on plaintiff '. ,

Yy wrier utility uee.. to POs Com N 149.2V 10 ,i lot of paper consigned to attorney' or Immediately

4 WcH1ona NW Cor of SW% of 'lorlna Goilelll. West,, 'thereafter .
i. ; r I _....._ .Mla ep SWK! E 430 to W R/W Ca, Palm Beach Flo." toeatlify ;otherwise a default will

I '- "nJ/.J.' '1f GEORGE FIRESTONE "aw';r piicabnswy b. filed Or ltd Sly on. ,W MM. freight and "['for be entered the relief''against demanded you I

't .. wfth the levantingBoard 152.34*W 400 to POB Sea charge*, under
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In the
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: -, "I '. i \ ,.;., \fJ'\I.\ ; 'tipM1 SECRETARY? .OF STATE of the SuwonmeeRtvor 14 Twp 6 S R 22. .shear. .' of Section -stigma complaint or' pell-
.' \ Water Manageinartt Name which -, 4b) of Uniform Standard I
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:-i fc> k Ototrfct ...... 9, WITNESS my : and
." W'---.v V \ If !- ill) of lading,
., ; : A !,." ... : : Elmer I ,c. Wright.All .... the* seal of this Cedes I
r'00
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'- 17, 1984.GU.BWTS.BHOWN.
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'. '" '" "t,. ,' '. I 'of'Florida 9/30 JIChg9l27'" ,
Stela _
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A Clerk
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or adR ,a..n lredeemed
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I Bradford Tornadoes EtfeeWJiston, .,1O-7 in Tou!! i Defensive Battle 1 1

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and Two in lough the end dofcnw-a it battled it out Williston back to the 12 in three speedster James Monroe for a two
was the
toe of John David Francis educated plays and a field goal attempt was yard loss on the pitch put around
Bradford High that gave squibbed On Bradford's first over right end the favorite WilHslon
a 107
over Williston overtime win time down. Coach Hurse went immediately power play with everybody block.;
High
nadoes' home on the Tor to Francis and the field In,.
21. turf Friday night.Francis goal. Two Williston passes followed, the
Sept.
bothered "I knew he could make it from first was lipped by a Tornado on the
hamstring had by a pulled straight on," Nurse said. The snap line of scrimmage and fell In-
missed
chances from field goal was on the ground but holder Tony complete the second was overthrown .
48. 32,
But those tries and 28 yards. Diggs! handled it. and Francis booted In the corner of the endzone.
Bradford were all from angles! the football straight ,through the Then came the Squibbed field goal
the
Won coin flip in ov'or- uprightsFrancis'. setting the stage for Francis' game i
lime and chose
to
go on defense Inovertimes '
missed field goals were winning bootFullback .
it is the theory of Head all plenty long and only a shadewide. Warren I
Barry got two
Coach David to. if
possible have the In fact. Francis said it lookedas
opposing team on offense hard yards up the middle of the stub.
first That if two of them the
were
right
over born Williston defense Then QB
the
Tornadoes know :
way. what
have to do to win. In high schoolovertimes the pole of the goal posts. Frank Long tried again for tight end
each team The odds improved each time, Mike Chappell hitting him in the flat
gets the foot.
said Charles Francis John David'sfather and Chappel ran for 10 yards to the
ball at the 10 yard line and has four after the ,
chances to score. game. Williston 20 yard line. But Williston
The script worked On the first overtime play Brad. was called for a personal foul on the
perfectly The ford tackle Ron Brown broke ""
tough Tornado defense pushed through the line to drop Williston! (see Field Goal..p.n\. ;:',

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I Sexton: Defense Was The Key"An r. .... ...... .
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: .. ., ,
outstanding team effort'* is a mistake by the BHS offense,'notes. 'of the defense. Williston tried :to k N' .
defensive coach Mike Sexton's Coach Sexton. power the football around the end '
analysis of the WilhsUm game won giving the ball to one of the speedy Tornado Defense Swarms Against Red Devils... S
10-7. There is a lot of pride in the Tornado backs with everybody in front block -
defense now, points out Sexton, ing. The BHS defense floated down Un"blli'k'rlik! (' Early no.II, ,brad off )>pft>clVMIIiNlon > Uhiirhrud. 110. 70. Mild linrbuirkrr Craig Kalstrfuux;nil:,:
Not one mistake did the Tornado a defense which has not allowed a the line of scrimmage to stop those running bulk JanicM !.Mimrmt'rum left: Ml, Join" the pursuit! ; vi. ,, J. fy' :;.'
defense make. The dertnMekept two touchdown in eight quarters of foot runs short of the goal defciinlxo tackle U4IlIlIld| | Thornlou 1141. 7K; rover back Early led.the team In tackles with H and is' ""'"',,' I
speedy' Williston back corralled all ball. Coach Mike Hartley points out Billy JaikHmt. ,no. 12; defensive tackle Jamie ualiiHt| Wilih,tuor. r d:
nightlong, One long run would have the two touchdowns Baker High On the crucial fourth down from :"" .
beaten the Tornadoes who would scored were on big plavs. the 8'.. game films show defensive --
not have been able to catch either of guard Chris Dougherty who has
the two speedy Wilhslon backs had Head Coach David Hurse agrees earned playing time since the season Notice of Budget Hearing '
they gotten through the BHS secon the defense has kept the Tornadoesin began was not blocked Even the of.
dary. the game in their two victories fside Williston guard pulled to block.
"Our defense did a super job" lays Dougherty fired through the line of
"1 don't think I've ever been as Hurse. scrimmage fell down when there The CITY;: OF'LAWTEY has tentativelyjadopted/ a' budget!
proud of a group as I was Friday .was not opposition: up and chased -' I
night." said Coach Sexton The goal line stand In the in the the ball carrier dqwn. for 1984. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on
fourth against Williston
quarter was
The Willistion touchdown came off an outstanding Job by every member see' Tornado...fro"" P. I1A> the budget AND TAXES will be held on ,October 1 at" 7:30:


ar p. m. Lawtey' City Hall.


Notice of Budget HearingThe The previous notice placed by the City of Lawtey). has-

: been determined: by the Department of. Revenue, to be In


City of Hampton has tentatively adopted a budget for 1984-85., A violation of the law, necessitating this second notice. r

public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the'budget AND TAXES. will be. The proposed operating budget expariditures'of'thQ'Ci"

held on October 2, at 7:00 p.m. Hampton City Hall. ty of Lawtey are 9.820/0 more than last year's total

The previous notice placed by the City of Hampton has been determinedby

the Department of Revenue to be in violation of the law, necessitating this operating expenditures. '" '

second notice. .

The proposed operating budget expenditures of the City of, Hampton are J BUDGET 1984-85' "

0.84% more than last year's total operating expenditures. i GENERAL .. ,

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License . . .. 460.00 ; j' .
Occupational 33770.00 Property'"tax . ." i,'.; . . .' A"' *V *'!.b'1'i\'I"\ : : :"l" : ;' ,' ', .4,800
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Cigarette Cigrette tax io . . ..: r '. J ;. '/,, .' f :' . . ., .. 4,000
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Fines and Forfeitures '. . ..T.. K .- 1500.00 Fines. 1 and Forefitures f. ,. .. . .'.". ., '. ,-.v.; ..':..,:,, .r.J.,'.','.;.. .. '..., '. ." .,:'.,',. .. 45,000.f

Fees 1 00: Mobile .Homes. . .4. r. . -*. .. .t*". ,. .f''(:.. '.. J. ., .I. "f' .'.". 600

Qualifying 4' optional gas tax .', '. :". 8400.00 Occupational. Tax' ., *' .' '. .. :, ., .-/::, .vv./.M;;,:;:::< ; : ( ,1. ., '.'l.; *::\ ,* ,., 600
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Road and Bridge fund ; . ,.. : .' /. .: 327.00 :( be transferred, to water). .. ..:f;. *,: :'iI' i r.l" j) .A" ; ::,p ,: :.' s. ...'.',f. ,13,000.

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Federal Rev. Sharing .' ; '* 2168.00 (to be transferred. to water) .10,::,'. : .: v'.V-v.; ., .\,."'.. .. ." ,". 14.000
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License Tax . :
Mobile Home < .. r Interest Income, . . . . i .: .. .'. *.:;r.3?r.*.,. .. : ,. .. 6,000
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2* Cigarette lax .' *; ". .-. .' ,; .f.,.., t:.v v > Sales Tax Included I. .. lW 13,000
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Operating Expense .\,, ," "t\ : '" Services'- Back Hoe, Mowing & Ditch Digging, .f::.', r ti .: h, :-.. .'; /. .. ... Ii 600

Administrative Depar1nentCouncil Building & Zoning I r 1 . ...1 '. .',4'1/1.7)1'"...",.; .3"'"..h." .,A. '\1. ,.- ., ;IV. '..' ,. .. r.... ?' .1 '. '300 I

Salary ., .p;,....I.. u. '..,'.. ;, .. *t.. 3000.00. Carry, over?from General .. :' rr\1'. '7.' .+. '. '. .tY.. : '. 13,000'

Mayor Salary .. .A. ", .' 600.00, .", L "t !' .

Clerks .. ,.'I'.., ,. ., .... ..,' .. .'.'. ... .. .,\".... '. ,: 3600.00;, : tW.t. Ji {> .1 '
Salary ?' '.t. .. : .;. >, Federal Revenue : ;. .. "f .ijjfs; .L> : .: :?. ., ,.4 7,000

Bookkeeper Salary .' .,,'.;. .' :'" *...' .. 1,800.00Professional Carry over from. Revenue .:: .';:It : . .' '. . r f, 3,000

Fees Attorney. ,', .':-. ,. ..'. .' .. '. 2,400,00PrakslGnal < ,.t;..' ,','.; ''-1) "

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In''the' Wth Annual Strong. showings [were mild b'yi i k; The. 1", : '' ViSMf'11.\ r.!::",:{. 1 Notice Budget' H aring
;j Greater Jacksonville Cross Country' ,Barbara Harris ,13:20: Kelley| !< \' boys freshman race was alpo
Classic sponsored by Bishop Kenny Jackson 13:30: and Lisa Tlerneyi won by a team' ofBMS4Road: Runners
t .High School the Bradford High (3:37: all set personal records. :; who finished .' first with l6
School Boys and Girls, Cross Country Cheryl Bogle rounded J out the top points. The first finisher/was Randy The !City of Brooker has tentatively adopted a budget for 198485. A public
five scorer with hen best time of the Stabler o 4th at,22,:29. '
Teams. put in a good-showing. 1 was overall I 'to make FINAL DECISION ,the TAXES will be hejd
budget
The varsity girls finished third year, 1427.) [ hearing a on AND; ,
.' J3th. The Brad 1 "We were 13th out of 20 schools'with ,"I';: .
and the varsity boys '
ford Middle School Road Runners 345 points. Based on the competition -' Results.I .. }| on OctpI er 2, at 8:00 p.m. Brooker City Hall. \I it f
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girls and boys teams won both' ; and the course: ).I'm satisfied ( '' I The'prevl< us : placed by the City of Brooke has teen. ( determined by
iI freshman events With their performance said Loper Clrl Vanity' 2 Mll..'.,I ;[r J ? notice; '
"Incredible:! performance by all of Vf the varsity boys finish:. Jl.K.lllay( Lori' lisp jackion II:11 tjijo, ]0.,Bartatra 74-Lisa Tlarnay Harris 'I 1IM.:kr. the Department of Revenue to be in violation) of the. laW,' necessitating this,

them..Only teams to beat us were I BUS... O-CDaryl eau. 14'17:S7.LII"'. D..,,, ISil'" '' \ : ,, ,;
Buchholz. a 4A school, and Orange !McKinney Leads: 41Chrli; : An"., Hill. :.-' ,.P'I I"I second, notice. 1.J. I 1 .;, ]J ; .
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Park also a 4A school" said Coach.; : Finishing first for BUS and 33rd *v ;..,vf",'j The I | expenditures of the City i Brooker are
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George Loper of his varsity girls' overall was Paul McKinney with a ;.Boys Va.lt1f.So' \ i i proposed operating : : 1 j :
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team. lime of 17:52: followed by! Eddie Ten-I 1.i 12. lO-Thomat Moon!>10:10'II.'' h1., M- Henry ddle Cooper 1.3% more: than last year's total operating expenditure}tJ 1 1.. .
nant in 18:22: for a 46th place show- aa:4J, 101(Nip'Abdullah Mi U ?{ |
Lori Sapp Leads Girls... ing. REVENUES !I. <'
'I'.orl Sapp daughter of Mr. and Thomas Moon was 80th,with 20:30 'Ctrl IV 2 Mil..,. I| ;I' l,1.P' ',....". "
40 MoIKH Idanllald 17:U t
and Coopfer 84ih at ;
Mrs. Don Sapp of Starke was the Henry 2043.:

'I first with a girl time from of 12:15 BUS: for across the two-mile the line was Rounding Skip Abdullah out the 25:06 top: five at 102nd.scorers '1.Girl- ."Fraiihman'2'. H.rr.ir' 14,MU.Ch" II, .5-.'R,, Inan.j Tannanl State Revenue Sharing (Incas Cig and Gas. ) : i. !:_ .'' :4 ; ':' '33,080.00

14 or, 7-Sonia| Mytri 14:II. 4 Katrlna Meipad- .. . .' ;i-u 4.. . 1,515.00
4 race. toad Runners Win... dan Mia, ,(.MIIII.llcI..ld in I*,-Undt adele Advalorum Taxes < .' . .' *. d .!Pi\ ( + r. i
; shoe The about water one-half filled ditch mile claimed from her the BMS Road Runner Christie Har- held ,,:14, I MUly 1011I11,31';t T Occuptional Tax, Beverage Lie''. tli; \ ..\\..?'. .."t".. ,:, .Hi.{,:.; .' Jf./ .'.' .* : 350.00
in her socks rell was unchallenged in the Bay Frcthman 3 Mil.,,. !
her
J for finish the forcing last distance.to run First place freshman girls race, easliy winningIn Handy Sh. I.' 31I.,|.Chrli Brooks JliJJ.10Billy Mobile .Home Lie. Building Permits ,,' ..0' .. ..1.\' i", ,t. . 630.00

finisher Buchholz was with a Kathy time of Schaefer 11:49.: of "We a time won of 1458.the: freshman race for UCIiad>n. 14.H.rrlion Tannant Mlchi.l Tltrnty"Jl:5t,54., 19 Il-Todd 17:01.Raymond: If-Chrli Mill Trlmblta 14:21.Bar- Fines. .Bonds . . . . .. '. .' ;..i' >>; ," .! '.. .. 1,000.00

(he second year in a row," said field 11:" '. Sanitation Fees . '. . ..: ?.,," .. 4 ';;;x'41.' o. wy\ ; . 5,000.00

I Water Collections a .. . ', .. 0 o,,., .. .. :. '. /.., .. r ; : -. 13,500.00.

r BBS Runners Split a Pair at Eastside Federal Revenue Sharing 4 f. .'f;..': -I". <-* '...\j. '.* ., .. '. i 1 :'j i/. !.- '..'' 1,300.00

....' II Bradford: l County Recreation.Funds'. .. ..: ;;(\Y;; :' ;ii, ,, r. "., t ;, "... it: ; ; '. 500.00
and Chris Anders 13:44.: Girl. Varel"'I', nkKan .\f.t\\if\ :nl rl\
In a two way meet with Eastside ,( \ .\ Bradford Fire Funds '. | . 1,200.00
I High School of Gainesville, the BUS l y Jackton. 14:10. 3- .rb. Mirrii County Dept. I. .'1 i f t .I.! ,. 'f;: "'. : '
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runners won one and lost one. Edges Boys.. S-Chrli. Anders IS:", 7 Linda ,Datum. ":5//. Miscellaneous .. S t. '. ; J .. ''. 's;. !., .2"11.., r 1,500.00
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The varsity boys narrowly missedthe 1 Lori Seep I*:91 ': .
V-Girls; Dominate... brass ring, losing by one point to Boy' Varel',... ,':i Local Option Gas . .. ,.. . r .,:: ., 4'. .. . .. .:' .r . 8,750.00

score. The varsity of 15 to girls 48 while dominated the varsity with a a ty surprisingly team 4847. strong Eastside varsi- 7 Henry Paul McKlnnoy Cooper 10 1 1"55.:SI.:: Larry 3-Eddlt Follnir T."nanl 22,*::"st,, One half Dump Station Keeper r.. .. oi.: '. ., ''; a. : ; .,'.. .. ,,1350.00

boys came mighty close but ,not 28 First finisher was senior Paul 0 II TBomai'Calvin Thom4 Moon 11:33 24: :55 It-Skip. Abdullin 14:17, One half cent sales tax ,, ; r .. ,; J Is; J-J7,095.00
close enough losing by one point
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to 27. 'McKinney followed by 17:55 Eddie: who Tennant won overall in third, GI,... JV., Interest (c/d; m.m.) t'. . 1. '.:- ..-i i |jL.I' I 3;3500.00
First for the girls was ,
.Kelley Jackson varsity winning easily at place at 18:52.: Chriitl| Mv'H..nlllSIS n l.:4f: Katrina Roman McSpaddtn Ttnnanl, RliondlBryant 17:31Sona : ''From Fund Balance, .,,. .;r'tl'k as 1.l\ H'.i .- ... A..I..4 -.t I.. .iiaI'r, .: ; ii..';;! ':lj" 1,437.00
the newly designated cross country Henry Cooper was seventh at' 20:II. MIDI Cdanlltld }.:to. Mllty Fid I I .
course behind the middle school. 20:52: Larry Feltner eighth with 10:41 MallM R.mond 11il3Boy' .' .' ; ,. ,*81,707.00
The BUS in time of 22:09 and Thomas Moon. at ninth .. ,, i', ,' .' .
sophomore won a : JV. .- ', :' ..k\o, I ij; ij 1\ ; ) \ #l
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14:10.: with 22:33: .to finish out the top five Randy Milton 11:03. Billy Slap".... 11,34.Chad I. ;' ," JI '. ': "" :, : 'Ai!?, g., ,j' ,'. ,. r ,-,t; ., 1 ,' ,,.;r';
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Tierney 15:15.: Cheryl Bogle 13:17.: Results .. Billy Harrlun 33i4l, .. ,1.1 I I;' <, -' ,!.> ,! ; <<. ._, .". I !"t ."""I. I" ,

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The 6-5 goal line defense of the The entire defensive front eight contained the corners and did not Parks. and' Recreation '. 4.--. L.I--I .. '. .* 0'.0; .' ;i. '. '."''. '. 1,600.00
Tornadoes was manned by ends Ron were named outstanding defensive allow the speedy backs to get aroundthe
Brown, Richard Crosby and Lonnie lineman of the week. Every man ends. Sanitation Department .' . . . 4 . . . 7,880.00

Hamilton tackles Jamie Whiteheadand played his position well, did a good . 5,588.00"
Donald Thornton, guards Craig job of being where they were Supposed The entire defensive sec6ndary Fire Department O'.f. r..i. .. . .. d *

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middle linebacker Mike Early, weak :Linebackers Craig Falstreaux and week. They are safety Frank Long,
side linebacker Mike Chappell Mike Early led in tackles, but the cornerbacks Tony Diggs'andl Andy '81,707.00WILBURWATERS :
strong side outside linebacker defensive ends, Ron Brown Richard Nguyen rover back Billy; Jackson
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Prom PUR *,.,\ however, suffered leg cramps at'' When Gerald Donald returned a admitted Coach Hurse.It ... asrtrkAica.. : BTARKE ,'"
play giving BHS the first down fiveyare that point and had to leave the game. was a gambling Williston t. e'
a cloeer to the goal, at the Red With Francis at quarterback for 44-yard Francis punt to the Tornado defense in which eight men rushed .
Jevtl15. his first play, the Tornadoes moved 35, the Red Devils had their own hard. Lined up, the Red Devil OPEN 9 am-6pm .t.S .
From the 15 the Tornado offense before the snap and were penalized game-winning scoring chance in the defense looks much like that of Phon.II4.S14,' I
simply gutted out the touchdown. five yards! back to the nine. fourth quarter with the score knot- Bradford's split-40, with four down ., <' >> \\i::
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rushed 20 times for 59 net yards, hit threw the football Into the hands of. They chose to stay mostly on the linebackers and the eight-man rush S
the line five straight times and final Mike Early who caught the ball,was ground: with the undisguised pitchout : kept the pressure on BITS all night' 39' /
ly got the score with 3:03: remaining hit immediately, and dropped it. power plays around the end long. .4.S ,, .
in the second quarter. Francis missed his second field their bread and butter. With Donald BHS quarterback Frank Long was I' 1'
Jenkins first got two tough yardsup goal attempt from the nine on fourth and James Monroe running alter- o caught behind the line numerous .
the middle, then picked his way 7 down. BHS coaches fear so much nately, Williston drove for two first times, and pressed Into making bad d'f K pour Yard Green Now thrU, ,
yards behind blockers to the playing time, Francis Is the backup downs to the BITS 11 yard line. ." throws at other times: Plus, BITS Next Spring with Rye Grass.... ,r\
Williston six yard line over left quarterback and safety, Is hamper. It seemed the Blue Devils were going tecelvers dropped several crucial ",
tackle. Third down went for zero ing his concentration on kicking.The to score the go-ahead touchdown. pa ises. For Instance, normally sure- distribu'te '
when Jenkins tried the middle and ball was barely wide right. But, the BHS defense tightened. handed Mike Early playing tackleon Easy' to plant, just over ..i i:
there was no room. He tried to slip Francis' third missed field goal Monroe got almost 7 yards over the a .tackle-eligible pass was not area and keep wet. Germinates \ 50-Ib. Bag : .)
off to right tackle but two Williston came when he Intercepted a right side of the Tornado defense on guarded by Williston. Early got in7-t4doys.
defenders came up quickly.It Williston pass and returned it 33 first down. Then safety Frank Long behind the entire Red Devil secom 1 <
was fourth down. Coach Hurse yards, plus a late Williston tackleadded came up to stop Monroe for no gainon dary, the pass was right' in his ONLY 1333 '. -,
had a choice to go for the field goalor 15 yards to give Bradford second down from the 4ft. QB hands, but he started running beforehe FPC Recommends: ".
'go for the first down two yards High yet another scoring opportunity Darrell Mitchell fumbled the foot- caught the ball. 5 IDS. 1 100Q ft. ( '
away, Hurse called time out, talkedto with 21 seconds left in the half:' ball when pressured trying to pass ,. The Bradford offensive line simp- per sq. on existing St. Augustine or Centipede : ;
his offensive bunch on the field, on third down, but Williston ly> could not pick up on the rushing 8 Ibs per 1000 sq. ft, on existing Bohio lawns '.
and sent running back Jenkins Quarterback Long kept on what recovered though losing two yards Williston defenders, four of ,whom''
Jenkins got two yards over appeared to be a broken scrambled play back to the 6'-'. played games, going first Inside, 10-12 Ibs per 1000 sq. ft, on bare ground. >fV,{i
bend the charge of the BHS line, but lost only a yard as he On a big fourth down play, there then outside.
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left tackle for the touchdown. Francis yard line was a shade to the right the Tornado defense rose up and defensive scheme for the Tornadoes. NaN a :'!
added the PAT and the game was his third miss of the night, sending Monroe had no running room. The Tornadoes managed to put + -
tied 7-7 going into the half. the game into overtime. pressure on the'passer, keep the w Use Hails Potting Soil
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back football Darrell on a halfback Mitchell pass fumbled attempt the, CITY FISH & FRESH 1/2 Bu. Bag lag 1 Bu. Bag 43 9 :

a play that won for the Red Devils Bones' G Reg. 2.19 wlCllUpIII' Reg. 4.69. wlCIIIfIIII *5 i jJI.
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Jackson recovered the football on MEAT MARKET Hog Maws FPC coupon good thru Oct.: 2. 19.. On*coupon per tag '
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hand on a Williston punt which went BolognaBoiled lb. .
out of bounds at the Williston 30 yard Shouidel '"" ,>" "'Made by the No 1 manufacturer of portable .. heaters
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pad off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m each Friday afternoon, fill In all l Tornadoe* 19 Oppon.nts 7, ,the correct wore wo 24 point. e f '
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performance levels shatter the warm night air.,
It sounds something like wargames between two opposing armies but its

Just another night of All-American entertainment stock car racing at the ,. 1. .
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Gateway National Raceway' Park just south of Lake City. I :' !
The crowds gather each Friday night at the dirt track Just off the In
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area as the proven skill of several local driving teams attests.

: Two stock car racing teams from Bradford County are making a name for
themselves at the track and were double winners In two separate clasess In

[, races held two weekends ago.
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f Wayne Manning of Starke barreled his 1969 Chevy to a first place in the
street division in (the first race of the evening holding off a late charge from
from one of his rivals to capture the event with just seconds to spare.
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.Manning held the lead from the beginning when he earned the pole position

got into a tight battle with a rival driver in a battered blue Ford, then 83' Y S
cut him off in the final turn roared down the final stretch and beat him by .4

less than a car-length to,the delight of the large crowd In the stands.


Later on in the evening Tom Smith and his crew from Lawtey took their paft.m ,
alcohol-powered modified racer roaring out to first place finish in the a.w Photos by Mork Friodlm- I I'

modified<<, class in another tight i race that was close all the way. yy .

The modified cars, their engines burning $3-plus per gallon alchohol fuel Winning Team's':..*. ( .-

Inspire a feeling akin to awe even In some of the more seasoned drivers and TWliH-ul' rarinK trams captured ,
mechanics who fill "the pits" working on the engines and getting ready for IIr! the next event. SM| >rd'wa.v' last v.rrk.-nd.Slarkr .
-Ht' driver W'a\'an.IanninIC1: i
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drivers who have been on the circuit for a long time can make a misjudge the finish 'all. family .iitrtitbrrNlat .:.:
4 ment with a car like that and get into trouble in a hurry," says Henry rllth'l| enjoy u.'nilCh', at the race. .
r Hodges owner of Hodges Construction Company in Starke. Hodges sponsors iVInninK tram. include!bottom '
Manning in the street division. left. left tIt ri hl :Tohy U'\:' rfll.e.1Vaynr' .

:Manning. Tint :.Manning.'Henry .
"These cars have to have the same body and parts that they would ordinarily UodKeH and )4arllb. .\\lodlCl'li.
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some of the boys don't try and get away with putting some special parts on ': included. Mike Tom "o
their cars now and then," Hodges said with a twinkle in his eye. "It just adds -.' Smith and'Itoy. :Martin. :,:It
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Have an announc.lnant4... G.t It In to u. by Monday* at 5 p.m. and Experimental Aircraft Association... Th. group meet and dlteutte. aircraft .
w* can put It In the Calender, local event, church gathering, ipecial speaker each' Sunday at 4.30 p.m. at Kenn-AIre on Ih* north tide of Ih. Galnaivllla
or now group organliing will b. Included on ,equ.... W. mutt ..It that you keep Regional Airport. Airplane buff w.lcom. Call! 377-9823 for Information', '
them a. cool. at eottlble.. i 'i: :' .
: Keystone Nlghtowl Night version of Homam'akers; Club meet second Tuetday I ,
-Social. ) Evonts '" of each month at 7:30: p.m. at First Boptitl. Church in Keyttone.JTPA >
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Office Taking Application.for' their:I current program. Opening .in'' The John Whitney Jazz Trio 'a

Classroom Training courta Include; Business Education. Data Processing Drat- ,, jazz group featuring mainstream
St. Mark' IplMopal Church Art A Craft FetHvel..October 20. 9 a.m. to S p.m. ;
...,n". ore already lined up: accepting application from people with any type of ling. Commercial Truck Driving' Auto Mechanic, etc. There will b. an On-lhe- jazz from blues to popular standards
handmade artlcl.*:1'0 portklpote. writ to St. Mark' Epitcopol Church, '.0.10. Job Training Program. Placement 'in OJTJt! based on education |lob iklll and requirement : will open the 1964 Santa Fe f '
of th. worksite In addition there i II a special Older Worker Program Community College Pall Festival r
4B7. Slarke. Fl 32091 or call ....6126 or 964-8914 between 8:30: a.m. and 12 ,
noon.. Entry lee I I. $5. Deadline I. Oct. 13.Iipectent (age 55 arId up). If Interetled. pleate contact the JTPA Office located at 'ho of the Performing Arts this evening '
Bad'ord.Ulllon Vocational School or colt 9648093.Starke Thunday..,Sept. ;:p..a the -ir"; ",' ,
Parent S..I.*..,Th. Bradford County Extension Service; I'offering athre Boy Scout Troop 70 'meet' from 7 8:30: p.m. each Tuesday in Ih. scout Starke Woman's Club: .. ,
week ,.,1.. for expectant parent Information will Include prenatal co,.. hut behind the tennis court on Pratt Street 1n'S'0k.. y'Theperformancewltictiiefree
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child birth and car.of tha newborn. Cia.... Thursday evening at 7 p.m.. Oct. 4. fI" 1" :rand ., '
11 and I 18. program will be at Bradford County "'g'lcultu'.luildlnglocated on N. ChurchesClubs and ,Organizations ,e open to the public,-begins at 8 '.' ;.:
3b1, rent to th. Fairgrounds. Call ....6280. ..t. 384 for more Information ,,p.m, '
A Wlghtwatchr Club... I.I being held In'siorke on Monday nightt.at' *:30'p. ;' io.r. ....
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Free CPU d....*_ Bale Ufa Support clot being offered by Bradford Hotpllol/ Call Peggy Regltter 1-473-3730 for ,mar information.. ,. > The Trio' 'features John d.
and th. Center for Health and Fltnet Tuetday Oct. 2: Thur, Oct, 4; and Tue. \... Ii"'f'' "' Whitney an ,outstanding jazz 1 ,
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Oct. 9 7.10.922 E. Call St. Call 964-4310 for more "information. Metro. TOPS... Th. weight reducing'club. mt .och Tuesday of"9.3ta.m. at pianist who was a June finalist in t '
Ih* Eliam Baptist Church In Moire.. /tM;. the Great American Piano Jazz M S
Square Denting.; Square dancing will b* held th* second and fourth Thursday + ; \
of each month at 8 p.m. at tha Masonic lodge In Starke. corner of Call and Lok. Butler TOPS.., Take Off Pound Sentibly Club meet* eoch Thursday evening 'also Competition.. Whltne).* who Is, _
Orong SuColier.r/ Jim Duncan. Visitors _Ic_, Malnttreom dancing' ". ,at 6.30 p.m. at the Faith Baptitt Church on 1200 S. 12th St; In lake Sutler, Far further .' 'a 'distinguished''' composer'and .
arranger Columbia Picture M '
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information call itndo Durham 496-3384. : .
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Sweet Adolt....*/.. This woman'* barbershop music group maet each Monday at' *, is currently at !the Univerx Joh Whitney)' .,/
7:30 p.m. at the United Church of Golnetvllle. Wom.n Interetled In singing' four Aerobic Cia.*.* or. being' off.red'in lake Sutler on Monday and Wednesday. airy of Central Florida as conduo' '
port harmony are "Invited to vltit. gft.rnoon at 5:30 p.m. In Room I36B at Union County High Schoof. Call 964-907B tor"ot the University Orchestra with Jacques Posell and Murray
for" Information ;,;j/ and director of tM lab Grodner, Eubank hat been Cone
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.0' '. Thl 'mala barbergetort group meet* each Tuesday at 7:30: Judo h.ld dinator of
Clesse.wil| be Musk
Monday and Thursday night lit Keystone Theory at UCF
p.m..ho. ".K. Yang music,room, 1010 SW )lth St. VUitor welcome. t High$School cafeteria. Junior Class** will, ba held' from 6:30-7:30: : p.m.;Height senior Th* Trio, /also include. Lee (since 1873. """ .
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Trinity Eplcopal Church! .. Meeting,"held eoctr week In th* Porlth hail. In, .clo.... from, 730130.: Call.473-3964. / ( Eubank bass; and Robert Pettt : \.'
elude: '" ""> Aerobic Cia.... are being offered Mondo/lmd Wednesday ai 9:30'o.m4:30and : percussion Petta, chief percw;, Typical YWecUons for .s ,:, \
,Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuetday at 7 p.m. '. f 7l30 p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday ot 5:30: p.m. pt the)Keystone Height. sionist for the Florida Symphony, ,Whitney concert. Include such l
Cub Scout Pock 109 aach Monday night at 6-30 p.m. ; Woman'* Club. Call 473-3784 for further "Information. Orchestra, graduated from p lit p.w.4( 'r

Brownie meet Monday ol :3 p.", ,\ i' : \; Overeeter's Ane".-....."".. 'w.II'"ot. ',,Iho Stv: Mark'. .Kpltcoeal Church': Manhattan School of Music. and, 1'
Girl Scout. mr Monday at 9 p.m. .A ,.' y'J r < Ty.f* < ? Soy's' ChoIr t.r.'",,... Wedneidoy night at 7 p.m4 v ", '' I'" ;' ;, b.1 : 1, BOty Bctoline. And Doc Severity.t '
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<' '. held each beginning at 7 p.mr *f ... FlnV1: .*. MB atao Mr-form at EPCOC-: "v' .
Ctrltme.Cantata; *eh erl,.Set; eoeh Monday at 7 p.m. through Dec. 31 at the .' United Methodist Church, ''Main Street:lake ", tl.,.. Thar will be a tl.OB charge. .C Mr,.LM CutNU* received 1 MrBA ..iceU .,o- ..
lake Butler Flnt United MemodI Church on Main Street; lake Butler' ,- P" parson portlclpoiing."Ca) ... conducted! bv Salty Herring amt Will Vote*..' ( from Otertand:," imtfttA. .and rr w+ :.:,,1(...'
HI"."...... Film Club'' feature. a vai.ty'of film of a contemporary nature" \ "Exarcl! Cia.... lot PAUM.Aquali 6. Mlart-Thur..;'Sltmrtattlcs ackt 00.....>. PWD$ ,from,, .....y.-.", )1/1 startled Wh rr J' ,
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By Mark Frledlinn. planned"mock disaster drill" put on tlce situation that is as realistic as Students stood in line for their Arriving paramedics 'deputiesand transfered to Bradford' Hospital
,." BCT Staff Writer by' the local rescue teams. possible.The makeup application before' the firemen got down to work quickly were they were'rushed Into the
The blood looked real enough, and Sponsored by Bradford County' situation 'last Friday behind emergency call was put out on the tagging victims of the "disaster"with emergency care ward and attendedto t
,\ so did the "traumatic" injuries to Emergency Services the drill is a Olin's Trailers on SR,1D0 was this radio, and then competed to see who special identification bracelets by the hospital staff.
Bradford Middle School students test designed to place local and area a severe storm,either a tornado or a could find the most realistic pose. with information on each one con- The drills are repealed at Intervals .
scattered all over the back of Olin's rescue services firemen city hurricane, has swept through a Several.lay in the doorways of the cerning how severe their injurieswere of about twicea year according
.,,Trailer Park last Friday In Starke police county deputies and personel trailer park. The fragile structures, old, abandoned trailers 'loaned by if the patient can or cannot be to Cuddington, who said,the timing ,
but. it was. just part of a: carefully. at the Bradford Hospital in a prac- have been ravaged by the storm and Olins and the 'rest lay',scattered moved and other essential facts: of the events keeps the rescur per- d,
( ', ....,---' ,., .''. "wounded and dying" victims BMS around the landscape in various From the site behind Olins the' sonel "sharp" in case of a real I ';'
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\' Bradford Rescue Services Dan Cud- Heights and Alachua: County. They : ,
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SPECIAL FEATURE WRITER unit connected to their telephone. There is also a hand-held unit
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Guidance Clinic which sponsors this', hospital personnel to summon either See Hospital. Pick Up D50 ''DLX PU
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; Higginbotham \ U.S. 301 South 964-6071
Frank D. Higginbotham, 62, of tarke 964.5451'If \ I
Grandin, died Monday in Alachua "
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was a welder and machinist with the '
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Florida Power Corporation of St. 'r. FRESH MEAT SPECIALS :
Petersburg. He was a member of !
Paran Baptist Church, the BoilerMakers '
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Lodge No. 266, F.&A.M. of '
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Survivors include his wife, Mrs. I
Carol Lee Higginbotham of Gran- Sa' 4 Suns 5:05,7:10,1:15: :
din;,two daughters Elaine Harris of Weeknights 8:00: Roast STEAKS1 I Iq
Tokyo. Japan and Milissa Higgin- f. !
botham of Grandin; two eons SCREEN 0Sept. ,
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College Station Stanley, Texas and Daniel 28 thru Oct. 4 $119 ., ;, '
Higginbotham 'of Grandin': one lb. Ib, l lb. '
brother, Ben Higginbotham oft#Max F,
ville; five sisters, Lillian Robinson I
Jacksonville, Sarah Johnson or FRESH -3 Ibs or more FRESH FRYER I,
Jacksonville Dorothy Kilgore of The music te on his stda to rb
Maxville Shirley Johnson of Max Ground DelmonicoSTEAKS
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Ark and six grandchildren f
Funeral services will be held at 2 Friday 7:00: 9:05: BEEF
p.m. Friday,Sept.28, in Paran Bap-, Sat ft Sun. 5:00. 7:051:10' I IWeeknlglib' or TN! hsIb99.
list Church near ..Grandin with 7:45' .. .
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Homer B. Sikes. Rev,'R.T. Williamsand
Rev. Lester Taggart officiating. '1. 3.99Ib 9lb. '
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Burial will\ be fa Paran Cemetery ,
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Home of Keystone Heights: Melrose

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Holt of Orange Park, with the Florida Junior .College, N., TIM AND LOVALC
candidate for Kent Campus. fetlEnvh' flIGHTr Jt
of Elections of Clay I She is member of the Orange
November 6 General Park Presbyterian Church,
Federated Republican Women's r4 s Lie
is running on a platform Club Orange Park Garden Club, In-
leadership required of nerwheel of West Jacksonville (a t 0
a non-partisan basis separate organization of Rotarian
the public with,I women), and the Clay County
registrars by expan- Chamber of Commerce.Her .
at state-required volunteer activities include:
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includes 16 years Girl Scout leader; American Cancer
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; clerk of Precinct 14 Heart Association. Saturday Only 1
', and executive board Mrs. Holt has been a resident of
the Clay County Florida for 26 years, and of.Clay Ha Pest Control AnythingProfessional
Voters.She is cur- County for 19 years. She is the G
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therapy, Ramadan his father is employed compelling her to keep him homeor work after lunch." ,
I! half of his patients in Palatka. his at least to try to keep him home. Eddie's supervisor Tommy Customizing Shop
I I; attracting an in bookkeeping at the "He would not stay home (for DeLoach agreed that he "always
,', ; new patients from town. anything and cried and cried until I has a good attitude."
".I' Southeast. hurdle this accident let him go," Irene said. She added Like all of Eddie's other conquests
II The center is ,however, the DuBecks that it was a good thing, because he he knows healing from this Radio & CB Soles I ,
1\I north of Gainesville family is clearly one ended up winning second place and injury Is a solo ex rfenee. Even .
,*U' 121 and 100 in Lake FREE'r faith and strength. meriting a special assembly given though skillful coaching and modern
Recently at the they can overcome this by his classmates in honor of his methods mark every corner of the window Tint
", ; began hand therapy conquered many placement. therapy ring Eddie understands '
I' cast for three While contemplating the 1981 that he is the one who must. do the
Jodi Jones said, | Eddie has strived for move to Palatka the DuBecks worried fighting. 1 i '* Car DetailingWash. ,
ly and has no sign easy to others and peo about how Eddie was going to "He knows he will overcome this I
added that he has to him for his courage take it. "No problem there," Irene I by himself," Irene said,and the men; ( Wax.. CondltknIntarlor,, )
I of his index and ," said Irene. said, "He has even found more 4 of Eddie's bowling league seem to,
which is good at coming from 12 years of friends here than in the big city." !support her confidence
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I Jones said that classes, Eddie has sur- Eddie seems to carry his good attitude The 40 brawny men poured out JOB
is essential to get people. The high school wherever' he goes, like with t their hearts on a plaque to their OIL & LUBE
I rehabilitation whom he took voca him to work. I friend and presented fto him. It .
;'s process and will according to Irene, Speaking to his co-workers at I read: ((10 minutes Appointment Only)"
\ up his present level better than my nor- Atlas Truss shows that his good at- "To Eddie In recognition of your
she said.Usually. titude certainly follows him there ,high level of team sportsmanship 2 9 5 .
i the ones in Ft. Lauderdale,Ed- each day.Secretary. ind your personal strength, for 1 S
f s couraging are the an early fighting Dee Wadsworth said, itude and determination to'over*
the Hand Surgery told of a time dur "He's the kind of young man who C:ome any barrier to keep you from '
are getting a when he had been will come up to the office, take your doing your very belt In everythingou
medicine from the special Olympics. hand and warmly wish you a happy )> do. WE THANK YOU for thowng "/ Soon"Saturday
smiling and is such that he had a day. He Is a steady, dependable I, us how' it I* done.Your. Opening I
have around," Jones on the day of the event, worker,who is anxious to get back to I" ''end.." .
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"He's Secretary one of the Kaye '*-B'UiYIhIV' & IlJtiftAlftU 8'' am 5 pm 964-4748 8 am 2 pm
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was, he is doing SERVICE ON ALL MAKES '
Comer of & State Road 16
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eyes on the um tide
This latest trial ENERGY SAVING UNITS of
seemed so unfair its head.<
Eugene and Irene, MASTER LICENSED L. .
they thought he had INSURED & BONDED .. c '. '
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Heights Reasonable price. Call 473-4018. ofte( locationon 5- 5 "" uronce, Keystone
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I / CARPET AND VINYL Repair and Installation WHITI SANDS LAKIi 2BR I ..., CB '"
.. Fr. estimate.. Ten years OASSIFUO ADVERTISING should be sub- ., State Farm Insurance, I,
I haute. screened porch, garoge. $313KIYSTONIHEIGIfTSBEALTY
Ads experience. Call 479-4217. and osk fort H'' ', milted to the. Lobe Region Monitor,office Lawrence Blvd.. Keystone Height,
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Craig. "17 tfnchg ( In writing and paid In advance 473-7272.7/19 tfn 'ORSAIlOi1l1AS. :

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"j i MISCELLANEOUS repair' Cleaning "", Ice. Light haul- COZY Bit- "ouse In North Keystone. RESPONSIBLI FOR MISTAKES IN Hwy 301 964-4414 RA. CHiA. Completely.
: Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day evening.' Completely refurbished. $223 per1'' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER liberty singl.-w/d./ furnished. Already set J

., ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed CARMICHAIL'B PAINTING Interior- month plus deposit. Call after 6 p.m. THE TELEPHONE ForRont! 14n70.. :3 BR/2 IA. Wen to*. ::1
meeting Monday 8 p.m. Op.n exterior. Reference. 473-7S17 Slpd, .473.7803.9/70 tfnchg; Classified deadline I I. Tuesday neon LOG SPUTTER Island kitchen plywood Cell S33-20SO: I f

' meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon, Monday HOUitdtANINO Responsible and 14 FT. MOBILE HOMB 2BR I Bath partially prior to Thursday publication. By Day or Hour Moor, Completely Surf For Appointment. Ask,
8 p.m. All meeting* at Educational' reliable. Reference available. Call furnished quiet location, on. Minimum charge I* 19 ward far$. '. nlshed.:FF Refrlg. fe* Charlie P.rll.........
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Building Community Church 473-2790 473-2638 evening 2tpd 927104PRISSURf mall child allowed. $200 p.r month\ then 10 cent for each word thereafter. 9 $12.600 Owner will finance.OUT .

or 473-2130. tfnchg WASHING Remove* dirt. Call 473-2041. 2tchg 9/20-9/27 I
'OVERiATERS ANONYMOus. dues mildew and peeling point from homes 1 BR. I BATH ON LAKE Heat/Air, $90 MOBILE HOMES .

fee* or w.lgh In*. Open meetings driveway, deck, patio and mobile- per 'month first last and deposit. OF PAWN: I Steve Broadway

Tuesoy', 7:30: p.m. Community Church ham... Call Rick at 473-2432. 4tchfl 1.694.3087.9/21 tfnchg DOultI-WIDE DXIUXI MOBIL HOM 2 TrampcpllnelChalt",1 Master Stereo, TREE:' SERVICE

Educational Building Keyston' ELDERLY CARE Hourly. dally, _kly. 1/1 FURNISHID COTTAGE On Lake BR 2 both Central air and' electric 8-track ,
HNghts,173-2790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg Cook clilOn.'and/or just keep com' Recorder . .$M RemovalPadoryDlr
Brooklyn..Available now through June, heat. Double lot, landscaped pool carport it
PAC RAT Buy, Sell and trade. Used fur- Reference I sH/tahiStor.oCassate/
pany. upon request,setting $230/mo. ,.2 outside building Postmaster* >ct i
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nlture appliance, household Item, up schedule now. Please phone Village. Must see to oppree...... Top* Deck Recorder$4S
i collectable, glassware, old (ewerly, 473-2289 4tchg 9/27-10/18 NEW t4x72. BR TRAILIRi With sunken .4754293ltchg 927PERSONAL -WaY now for 'Panasonic AMFMStereo Stump Removal
tool, etc. 473-2183. 7/26 Christmas. '
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.SUNDAY BINGO..AMIRICAN LEGION Church ., : .' 1 Included'washer/dryer AC SERVICES $25" Down w/Speakars$45 Free Estimate'
HALL Starting Oct. 7, SR-21 Sundays tl'' furnished with exception of couch. Call B ft. x 12 ft. 1235Gold Star f U' Porloble

2-9 p.m. Public Invited. 2tchg, 9/27-10/4 Organist after 3:00 "" .1106. Saturday and Sunday ,I'PROFESSIONAL LAWN SIRVICIl Complete 13 ft. Round $2W TV . . . . $24 473-4732

Needed all day. 9/13 tinSubscribe lawn car. and maintenance. Vacuum Pomp, .$60 After 5 P.M.
YARD SALESAT. Community Church Commercial or residential.. Free: Lawtoy
Keystone Hgts. 473-4182 < estimate. 475.2197 evening. 8/02 tfn 792-1999 792-9412. Keystone He"'biS""

SEPT.: 29,9 a.m. South lawrenc 9to2:30p.m.M-Th I 'PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS Age 6-12. 792-9389, lake City Pawn .Shop Licensed sit
Blvd. Antique tabl., camper, lots of i: 479-2633..9/20 2tchg 9/27 Hw'yMI Lowtey. H .
clothe Itpd 9/27. c .
MOVING SALE Sat. 29, 9 ,
Sept. a.m. '. '
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Follow ilgn to end of Serenity Dr. off ,
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ONLY-BID Circular Saw 3-.xtro _

'blade; Aladdin, 10,000 BTU apace ". Ili'' .
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hater Ilk. n.w Fire Extinguisher '. /
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Bench Vice Tool chest with tool. Off ,4 ." A
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condition. Must sell. Asking $630 \.

473.7893 Itchg" 9/27 .e '.' .,(
I9S4 DODGE ARIES 4 door wagon mint a'S ,
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condition low -mileage. PS/PB Vf )",
automatic luggage rack. AM/FM I.J '\II; ,. :",
stereo, silver with blue Interior Call ;Sf, '\. %
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LUXURIOUS 1977 CADILLAC Whit. ;

Sedan DeVllle "D,Elegance", 4 door

with all the extra Including chrome .. ""J' > r A + ,
wire wheel.. Must see to appreciate. .{ 1 r
Only $4.930. Call 473-2953. Ipd 9/27 ... ,.' > .
If FT. COMA With 55 h.p. Chrysler and f '", ,
tilt trailer. $930. .473-7321 Hutchison <

Road. Itpd 9/27 ,: .t,...
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SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC
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pip.. and fitting Wat.r softeners. '.

Bryan Ac. Hardware. Keystone Hgt.. I .
473-4006. 5/24 tfnchg
AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to place your!

order. Nutrlllte Vitamin. Need extra
Income Call ru. fat detail. "
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473.3671.5/10 tfnchg T "5' ? ? A .
CREST SB-262'mile. ) a. tt3 i.. .
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/ -at of Melroe. Azalea sale, 50 cent i

|S spch $S limit. 4731639" B/Utfnchg ,'?,. '
RAPES .' YOU PICK,V light and Dark !
longnecken take SR-26 2 mile east of 7
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HWY 301, then North 3/4 mile. See
sign' From Melrose mile west then
\ 'I 3/4 miles north Open Monday .
Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m., Sunday 2:30: >
: 6:30. .473-1131 or .473-2702 tfnchg 8/23,
HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec ,
I Hon, plus organ music.$993. Call'
, 473-2210 weekday or .473-4641
: weekends for appointment to .... tfn j
J.C. PENNEY, CO Big' Sept. custom ,

, decorating sol*. ''Up to 50 percent off,. H

.1 Custom drop*, bedspread, carpet,
vertical bllns. Call 1-721-2820 and ask
; for Joyce McGee. Stchg 9/13-9/27
; 72 INCH RATTAN COUCH- foam' rubber

s I. cushions. 2 chair Dining room suite- ,
table,, 4. chair and' china' cabinet "
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0: ladle golf'cluba and bag. Smith Cor*

, ana portable typewriter. Excercycle, S$ $ "

i l.ath.r.H.chalr'and: ottoman. Call 5 r'HIDrl 4 3" :<,I' 4. 5 I ',. '
4734937. Itpd 9/27 < 'f
'SOILS CLOTHING Infant and up to 12, ROLLS S' .' PKGS f .,'\\ I ,' FO' R. '" "',
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.:, 1 month H.P. STA-RITE. call 473-1887 multl-tage Itchg 9/27.deep w.lt' Paper Towel are your belt kitchen helpers at our Delsey Both Tissue-Pack Is sort enough for facial qual-! Crest Toothpaste helps fight cavities arid reduces ;

pump. 2 Inch adapter, CA 42 Con-alre., best price. Two-ply towels for quick clean-ups:100 cf. 'Ity. Twoply330,ct. Il\\::" plaque build-up. In Regular. Mint or Gel. 8.2 01. tube, :

tank drop-pipe .t. sand ICr_. Used
6 month$250. Echo go. powered week .
eater. ItS 473.7929 2tchg 9/27-10/4. : Q 4"
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KEYSTONE METHODIST MINE CLUB hat' fyW Ii18E lM iii' .1

.1' 'seasoned oak firewood for ale.A .. ..
:' longbed pick-up load delivered and ,
paoCTOR 51LIX
stacked is $43. Lighter wood (kindling) a\\ :
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. also available. Call 473-3829 or ae
"; 473-2386 for quick delivery. Itpd 9/27 I I'tf

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11rl/2 ASSUMABU MORT. j" Keystone:! ,PRS. 5.7> PKGS. iSIS Reg'Tw $6 Per case U. Pkg '"121

:it Club .Estates 2. Bit 1 .',,2. .,both, ,. : I
t II' norwegian brick,. greatroonv laundry' .ggs4-Pk..Reg.Pantyhose Men' Underwear, S-Xl. 'Chevron 10W40 Motor Oil longllfo light Bulbs in 60 '
" room porch garage cypress fenced r A3s 'd ColonSires A. B..G. T-Shlrts. reg.4.77,2 for $9. extends engine bfe,1.qt, eo 75,or.tOO watts

J bock yard, walk to golf course. $..,.500f ,. '
with $11.500 do_. 473-2938 eve; or' I IDn l}}' I'r'! I
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, deck. $'1,900.' Call ,473-7272 o"
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Jar pak- Ie..ba wmla>>... .lla>bl*W<** $11 Vour Final 14.W'v, trSKEINS" aeo.BOXES- W
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and take CKJvX>ntoge.dthl rebate ? 5 Stereo. -2 30R. LonaX/IOOct.boi. '
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PROCESS MAIL AT HOMI I $75 per hun E Horn Satellite System. Inc. j '
WHY RENT Purchase compact 3 dredl I No experience. Part or lull Hwy. WKeytone Heightsi9011473.2666 -
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING BDRM. 2 BH. homo In Worthington time. Start Immediately. Detour Pinstripes
MACHINES FOR RENT Union County Springs call 496-3939 or 4623068. send self'oddressed tamped Freedom of Choice; S

Time*, 150 Main Street Lake Butler.Phone Hale and Asses. Real 1 E.tote. Inc. envelope C.R.I. 6092. P.O....box & Painted Signs i i.BV
496-2261 lor Inlormallon. TFN 193 POriflAC FIREBIRD Good cond.. 3149. Stuart; FL 33493. 9/13-10/4

NEW MOVIE HOME 2 Bdrm. 1 oh, lornlthed T-top, electronic tuning stereo INSTRUCTOR POSITIONS In Adult 9 John and Lyle Only on Monday every ,:j
r': w/olr, located In Worthington pallor, automatic transmission tilt. General ,:Education and Vocational Walt's AuctionFriday "
'' Spring Phone 496-2308.: ufn steering power steering/brakes; Education, .alto TEACHING ASSIS w*,,k- IA.M.iolr>.M. Ii
HOME 3 BORM. furnished.h Phon. TANT LEARNING. MANAGER and
MOWLE electric windows, V-6 engine. Night Sept. 28 1
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"y .ol/alr. large yard HWY frontage. 4963789. ufnMISCELLANIOUS COORDINATOR OF PRISON EDUCA- Beginning Oct. 1.
no p.t.. Phone 496-2642. 1- Frost free TION SYSTEMS available In area 7 P.M. 964-8031 Go S.e JOHN at the new ,

: refrigerator $200. Maytag washer prl on.. Position or. for nine moth One block off 301 on SR 16 Next to NAPA Auto Part. Fried Chicken Factory ,; ,
YARD SALE $150, ch.st freeier $150, n.w.ol... th. beginning October I. 1984 Everyone welcome. i '
In Downtown Starke U.S. 301
chair, coffee and .nd table $250 through Jun. 30. 1985. For mar Information

I hid.-a.bed sofa 100. n.w coffee and please call lake City Community jc -
YARD SAIE Piano, clothing Item.. .nd table $35. love-seat $35. Sear College. Personnel Depart. .
horn Int.rlor Item at a discount. washer$75, electric stove$1 SO. king- ment. 752.1822 ext.313 or Dr. John -;;. -:- '- = : l I
Rollord. |lust off SR 121 Bobbies die bed $150. double b.d$50. Davis, ext. 21S. 3-chg 9/20-10/4 .
",; BoulyShop.Phon.431.1632.1-chg dinette set $30. mahogany buffet SEWING MACHINE! OPERATOR Lake
9/21 $75. Phone 752-5455. 1-pd9/27 Butler Apparel. Experience h.lpful
(pIDAY-SATURDAY Exceptional U'X VEGETABLES Pea u-pick $7 a bushel but not necessary. Steady employment .
$ 20' portable building, workshop cucumbers, squash mustard greens. with benefits package. Apply*In 4c&he/e3wJ
(( tools, self-propelled mower, C.B.. Call anytime 431-1263 or 431-1207. person. 1-chg 927PERSONAL '
k I:4, base, desk cooler!>> ....rel.. equipment MOBILE HOME 10 IC 55 mobile home In L,
machine.
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Lake Butler For cole by owner. Will SERVICES
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bousewores toyi.moit
recorder,
cassette finance. Phone 4963722. 1-pd 9/27 .
.\ Ilme.lik.now.CR-796 botwoon

:Yf' SR-238 Dukes homo and .SR-18 496-2233. Marl. REAL ESTATE DORMAN Package deal WELL; 2"AND or 4"SEPTIC well, water TANK FREE SERVICES

pump, new Installation ot septic

INSURANCEMAINES FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF tanks, drain fields and lift stations.
LOOKING Mobile home pole available. All
PROPERTY If I don't hove It, I'll findIt
work guaranteed call Tommy Dor-
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. Just ask JANE S. USHER Professional Service
496-2903. man 273-2151. UFN 9/1 Dependable
496-3978. 496-2126 or
Lok. Avenue, Lak.Bull.r. REALTOR. NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal
Compl.Insurance Servlc. TFN. .v... "Your Union County Realtor. and pruning. Also firewood, oak and

lOST/FOUND ELEVEN"AREAS BETWEEN WORTHINGTON pin. for sale. Call Thomas Nettle' .
4963823. ufn 12/22 ,

ROAD 791. AND V.ry PROVIDENCE Reasonable.) Call ON NEED YOUR OFFICE, BUSINESS STORE We Issue AH Airline ''Tickets

MALI BEAGLE Lost near 121 and Bak.r 431-1255 after 5:00: p.m. CHURCH OR CLUB CLEANED Call .
County IIn. Block brown and whit. 496-2636 after 4:00 p.m.

R.ward 4311743. 1-pd 9/27 Delta Eastern .
People Express \ ', f.

HELP WANTEDA HELP WANTED,

Starke Ads Etc. '
Piedmont
SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE CITY OP STARKE FIRE DEPARTMENT Is .. .. .. .

MANAGEMENT position In Macclenny. now; taking application lor' ,
Good starting salary. AC 2 BR apt. In. fireman. Most b. high school I .

eluded House Ins. Plan available. Ad. graduate, ability to meet State ....
PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING ditional fringe benefits. Call1. 66-353. minimum standards a* authorized In .s-.:.. \
for interview 7/05 tin F.S. 633.34. Must have Florida driver' ------ a- '

NON-PRIOR AND'PRIOR SERVICE PER. license. Apply City Hall, Merrell flees ski .
MACHINES REPAIRED All SONS WANTEDi Th. Florida Air National office I Itchg 9/27 I
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mokos clranod. oiled and adjustod Guard I I. now recruiting for the THE CITY OF STARKE I now accepting ,
S15. Work guorontood. Jams 202 C.E.G. Sq, located at Camp Blan- application for truck driver In the ; \ ,
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Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and ding. These are port-tim.Military positions Street Dept. Must have Florida driver' .
Hwy. 16. Storko. 12/29 tin In the Civil Engineer Field For In- license. Apply at City Hall. Merrell ;
CHAIN LINK FENCE Ins lolled. Fr. formation about the Best part.time |lobIn Dees office. I Itchg 9/27 Call Us About -:
ostlmato Handy-Man F.nc. Co. America, contact TSG Carl Slevers at Special : '? .

Owner Tommy Reddish 96-4.8559.3/29 901.433.2268.9/20 2tpd 9/27 OFFICE WANTEDAXLES ,'! u." .
tin DENTAL RECEPTIONIST.
MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. MANAGER for busy office. Dental experience Cruise Rates. :'

Also hove quilts for salo. Assortod needed. 376-5661. 9/20 2tchg >TIRES: Two axle and four tire*. . ,. ; :;' :" ,
slios and designs. Betty Hildebrand SALESPERSON NEEDED: Experienced In Highest prlc. paid. Greene Welding
96-4.BI22.6/21) tfnchg mobile home sale*. Call 964-4414 or Shop. 301 South Storke, Fl. 9645007., : :
WANT TO DRINKTTHAT'S coma by Skyline Mobile Home Center, 11/03 tfnchg NCL. SS Emerald Seas... Carnivaie'Star :. ,
YOUR BUSINESS Hwy 301 North, Stork.. Itchg 9/27 SMALL USED REFRIGERATOR: 5332209.
WANT TO STOP APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN for hard. 1 Itchg 927DOUBLE :
THAT'S OURS wore man. Acme Hardwar. 301 E. Call BED WITH MATTRESS Must be Etc. G
Alcoholics Anonymous96441509M6I94964S434 Street Starke. Itchg 9/27 In good condition. Phone 964-5997 Ship Royale.... k,, .

PEP-O FOOD STORE is now taking applications after 3 pm.: Itchg 9/27 .
ALANON for Manager and Cashier. SMALL WOOD STOVE Call 782-3525. .L '
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I FAMILY 94-6219 GROUP Apply at 620 S.Walnut St. Starke. Itchg Itchg 9/27 ::- :

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BACK TO SCHOOL MONEY AVAILABLE! .. j
Call Liz LangUy. 954-50)0) 8/30 tfn Hale and Associates '.


I .WILL to 9/134tpdlO/04 6:00 BABYSIT p.m.WEEKDAYS Torosa Mong.from 6:30 4681399.a.m. Real located Estate.Corner of SR-121 Inc. >F'FX r JUST. A PHONE CALL AWAY}?i"


BALLET Starko II to CARPOOL Gainesville WANTED on Thursday.from & SR-18, Worthinqlon Springs .' ''JH .. :* '''. .. '.. ) '. : -.---- -; _.......... .., ,:., ) -

;. 9/20 Class 2tchg meets 9/27 3:30: to 1:30. Call 964-5078. 496.3939 '46 -306DYina.la( : ?J i'' ou" .' :47,3..723IfSl.J. ; :! 75 SI365GAINESVILLE .-:' .cooao. sMJt3 te'..

WILL DO TRACTOR WORK John )

demons. Ph. 9647278. No 'fob too bigor Specializing In Farms, ,,ut \ -- TOLL FREE ,
too small. 9/20ltpd 10/11 :. : "

LAWN NEED MOWING Shrubs need and Acreage Building or Mobile Home Lots' .t' : :: .
pruning? Phone 9644116. Itpd 9/27
I BABYSITTING IN MY HOME N.wborn '500 down '72** per month 275, South Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, Florida ," '

ages and up. Close to schools. Call Linda _
at 964-5882. Itpd 9/27 .
Now Mini Warehouse \
I ENNIS AND SONS ROOFING a REPAIRSi Renting ,
Phon. 533.2829.9/27 2tpd 10/04
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Check Our Rates BRENDA
Experienced M. CARR PATTYE ROWE McLEAN
\ references. 468-2372. tpd 9/27
I NEED SOMEONE TO DO THINGS YOU New Needed OWNER MAN'AGER'
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HAVE NO TIME FORT Refrlg., ov.ns,
kitch.n cabinets, windows carpet .
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cl.aning, etc. Keystone, Storke and -: f/
Melrose. Call 473-3504. Itchg 9/27 JIL- ..... lIt
i SCHOLARSHIPS AND AID FOR
COLLEGE
,I High school juniors can got S to 25 ,'; : @1f oso.ne.r.

sources. Dr. George, 4636 Whisper 'i ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. '
Way Ponsacola. FL 32504. ((904)) Janet M. I IStarling'
478.0694. (Icon) 0Ds 1m] Quality PineCypress I Realtor' .
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening // I
service, circular hand carbide, chain Al lQa' Formerly AUlKNER REALTY'
mower blade hollow ground and Realtor ', ', I I & II
balanced. Leave at Jackson Building

Supply in Starko, Keystone Heights 01 USHERYour .2V,.10.Ac.: S2.00O per I I [I 964-50651: .
Lak. Butter. TFNchg JANE S. Pressure Treated
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GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors windows il 221 Lef.,.".St.Across from Wlshbenon. .

I etc. JACKSON ,BUILDING SUPPLY Union County Roohor .$12.900. ,.. ..>rl. t,Me..... t. II>>II.".wSe,..rIsy. .e..... IIneen:
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964 6078. Orders also tok.n In Lak. 30 Ac.: Cov'd In pine. Lumber
Butler, 4963079. and K.yston. 496-2126 or 496-2903 '.SO Ac.: S5O.OOO.

H&ghh73.4973.226 tfn 30 W.Meln St..Luke Butlor STATELY OLDER HOME INVISTMINT .
3 II. 2 BA $43.000.:,7.X I PIO"IRTlIIISDC
Low Low
Prices
I ACRE FARMETTE': Perfect for
living
REMOTE QUIET SET. country on o
I HOMES FOR SALE '; I small scale Priced 30" It
I In s: Call today.MOBILC :
Real Estate. TING:2 '11,2 BA.; $37.750 *Free Delivery \:-
HOME :On
on. acre only $16 SOO. Owner fm
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.14 Ac.. $1.750 per'ac, ; d jI.'
l WE BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Morgtoges The Best Investment .3 '1. 2 BA: Country.. I 468-2624 [I available.
and also originate homo equity loan. S25,500. '.., 1H NICE BLOCK NOME 'In low..w.lllo.pt. Good 'location .
Call Liz langl.y at 964-5010 8/09 tin You'll Evor'Make FEED STORE: $45.000, many extras! Buyer Protection, Plan Good terms t
CROSBY LAKE WATERFRONT HOMES 4 REDUCED $)0.000. Handyman Special, Wont last
long
BR LR, DR Kitchen, stov., refrig. LIQUOR AND LOUNGE STORE r' (&J ran)rr!J rc J@lf@J@lJ]1 ?I@JJ@JfI.ii11r@lf JJ@JM1lcm. Call today.eCONERLY. ';:

dishwasher carpet, h.at X air. Excellent ESTATES Nice l lot' Culde
;: .on sac, financing 1i ,
SERVICE STATION .
fishing. 9646250. Bullington. FOR SALE available ,. ,
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8/30 tinY ..P Open 3 M 2 BA HOME IN TOWN .
*HOMES* .3 BR. $25.000: .' A C: Carport on corner lot
OWNER Quiet close conv.ni.nt.Spacious sr $33.000. Encellent '
financing ovoitable..
4 BR, 2 BA. lots of -BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE RICK HOME, on 3 Pav d frontage. .
storage. Sunday UNIT TRIPLEX'"On ''
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Chalnlink, carport, workshop. Pecans. (plus) acres In lake Butler, With SUPER location *jA'' Sept. IN units.
1.96 acres. Good gardening. Down Ideal for borne B office combination ((904))782.3931 ,'? DUPLEX 'OWNNo.n..1.naoyu'g avaifable. I
2 to 6 USE VQUR IMAGINATION! I ,on this B 5 JO ac. tract with'
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94.3610.8/30 If is or commercial use. Has potential for Income* 301 S. Lawl.y.t' O*.rloot Troll'Santpsen Lake p
4 BI, NEWLY PAINTED Papered and lakefronr kitchen HWY .U W: Cute immocvlote. bungalow.. 3 BR I BA'
producing investment Call mo and find out Home. 3 SR 2 Baths fully equipped .'
Nice fenced yard KJ. 00WATfR .
carpeted. Largo treed fenced lot. how For appointment anytime to show JANE : cathedral c.ilings'ond Croat Room with "
$32.000 firm. 462-3998 or 3727734. Ask S. USHER REALTOR. 1366.Hom. on lokefrontIreeieway fireplace, e STREET Thg1BR't'i: II BA.CB, 53S OOQ.,6 Y'. fold
for Jessie, 9/13 10/04 workshop ( .. : .
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JUST THE RIGHT' SIZE Beautiful country dock, boatw DIRICTWNIi 301 to C2I7. to' CMi/ to Deerfeot
motor f Sidingmower ; *AUfO REPAIR SHOP LIVING
tsssmatss.ett,. view, from this hilltop form with 12 acre Providence ham. Troll.. Preeerty en Edmund* Drl.... QUARTERS Hwy 301 i
I.furnished OVER ONE'ACRE
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Priced at $35.000. .11 int Priced ot $31 900 YIMh.u.llenl
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RENTHOME NEAR RMS ... NIW LISTINGS bedroom brlO4)) 744-4644; 964.5534'Curies *.25 33 ACRES ACRES WOOOEO.SI'oo'pot.ec' Property: ""'10 A.<. $1: 500 per ,acre"
and 2 bedroom mobile home I '
Coed en acre. for expansion; $75.000 e HWY 30L N Just. pan ..tile Town, .' 'c ""'
Income-producing property., Don't pass Term. ,!I'' < -- WATERFRONT Crosby lade: 100* frontage. ', '
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up you tee 354.1 Ac. Ranch.t,. 30R. *4< 'CIESO .
ELY OLD, HOME
with charm
-OlOli BUT GOODIE..J story home In lake. .pecan r
I's BA Home, Mint cVndt- trees fenced bom will .
split
Sutler. Excellent location.. Over 1.000 so,.. ft.Penlolly t
tion. 144.500.Call ,' e LARGE 3 BR. 7 BA C: I Homo 0tX ;>'.ced la sort. i ,
w/w carpet and CH A. Need tender lust
,to see ou>;( 1bedroom past hospital '
love and minorr.p Cycles 'I'
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2 I bath>> ,horN'on *'PPROX".ICO, Adam: $800 per
tA'f Shown Irp by and appointment also finance only.ACREAGE to. quellfled buyer. II.* oc. Priced at $63.080.. t Highway. Ml S. Starfc e LOVELY COUNTRf HOME :l.. acre 1 BA: ,Ho.'poved, rood//
Terms available. and "
t44.6010 frontage several Utility bldgi 3 acre*.
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3 ACRES Includes pines severe! erg. oelitrees aster* d'd'C i
CHURCH STREET 4 and aot*. to be
and tobacco born. Prop.rty en SR 137 remodeled
Some financing available. Used Motorcycl: SoUt *HANDYMAN SPECIAL: Clark St.
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"10 ACRES* largo pine tree WorthlngleW SprIngs Consigrlm.nt, S* .. a :31'ACRE" : FARM" with Q I; ."' ..Compt..I i Y d.den. Noc.f.", ,..,)r. b!

......Owner will finance et 10*.. Smell Go-CorH 4. cnll.Onl; F $69.00." \ ,
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CLASSIFIED' ADVERTISING thould! be*ub.mttd FRIDAY ,SATURDAYi Sept. 21. 22. 12 FT FIBERGLASS FISHING BOATl MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE MOM (PARK. BffAOrOffO COUNT

| )o the Bradford County 900500.: : Geiger Rd. off Colley Road. Need work. $85; MlnnKoto electrie Mobil home and opoce for rent.ReerlIol TElEGRAPH
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Telegraph office 'In,.writing and paid In .' near $o th.ide School, Lots" and lot' of' motor: $45; Garcia' flh locale,: ,".hk''" welcome: Phone 964.6305', ; rwmOJiJr"r"J

'advance untet. .cred'f It 'already' children clothe' .i, ."14. 9/20 3tpd 'I I $40; i tilt lounger w/ottomait $39:. 468.2912.9116 tin .,
'ttablihd with this olfic. 9/27 good condition denk ,' large fold' top MOBIII HOMES FOR liNT On. mile (!
TH THIGH APH' STAFF 'CANNOf 160 GIENDAIB sri Utility trailer' lira. ISO; two old trunk; $35 ,each; chair from Stark'city limit, Clean.} vff. 16, REALT
MILD IESPONSI.lll'Ol MISTAKIS: tool., ofa A chair Saturday. Sept 39. $23; gun rack $10.Ph; 468.1340 alter* W. Call 468-1323. 10/07 tfn.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AO 1 IS TAKEN OVER 8:00: a.m. til ?? Stork, Itchg 9/37 p>.mr Itchg 9/27' CLEAN "MOBILI HOMES far real On GRAPES .

THI TiLIPHONI. ;; MORGAN ROAD-Betwn 301 and 16.Sa USED, WASHER AND DRVERt Washer. Hwy. 16If.. Clo. to prison. Call
Cla' Hled: deadline |I. tllESOAY..NOON. |.. 9/29. Go tevA.l.a. trove, work, dryer ojuattlonabl. $50 of bt, 06-1323. 10/07 50 is. YOU PICK PHONE 964W6,

.,prior to Thursday publication; ;Heatolator fireplace, clothe* and other; offer, ,,Call after !5:30 J: p.", ., 964-8518. .STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly Must todin tA I CECILIA
mlic 9 tit 7? ERWtuGAB 20$ N. T.mDl Ie. I IW
Minimum chorg.I.lSwords I f or$2.y', a.m. Itpd 9/27 Ichg 927FIREWOOD ; .. 'rat... Palm Apartment. 2314 N- Tempi Scupparnongaloolt Stork
then JO>;*nt* for oeh !word, th.r o''tr.cALt. SATURDAY, ON' PRISON PROPERTY$ on FOR SAIE: Men't Club' of'.1K9y.tone Av.. 7/28 tin Hav. Thr.. Nlc.J4em.s ;
Circle Drlv.. living room iurnltwr. ROOM FOR IV THI MONTH For Sign
Methodist Church RENT,
; : clothing Ire...., misc. and'Avon product -. I United .. Mold ..rvlcellnn Avallabt for text* .
; .TPDA pool.
Otl INFORMATION;; hove atoned oak firewood for *ol' W/Swlmmlng ,
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I .fCM (Florida Cl .sdie4AdNaJvgrk'/ )).: ," THREI Itchg 9/27 A long bed pickup 'load delivered' and.' -." Included. lesloyraht and lounge Un V'S VINEYARD ONE WITH ACREAGE
For 112$ ((75-wl4dsj. your ad will go I" FAMILY YARD BALM Clothe, In- locked for only $45.00. Ifghtorwood ." 'on premlte Utintle, Included I GOURD! MUSEUM ANOTHER IN COUNTRY ClUB AREA
;fo M Florida'nowpop.r. (dollleiand'veeklle font through adult; toy; baby furniture kindling for sale alto. Call 473-3829 or 4 '$300/nv'. Free parking' Econa lodge of
and mlcelaneo'u| llemi, 311 N. Clark' e.y.L | COVER 100 Ft ON LAjCt! BROOKl YNi By Appro M t.
\ .) for a circulation' of. 1.000.000 473-23W6 for d.livery.1tpd 9/37 '. 'Starke: 96.4.76Oa..S/031f. '
St.. Stark. Frl. 9/28 and!, Sat. 9/29.: 8 Hwy lOOFIorohom ft. deep w/lmall cottoae. 127,000.
r.ad.rr'Mok. 'NOW TAKINO 0 "', :3 *
BR': 2' APPLICATIONS fer
r i that money work for LAKI ALTO ESTATES MH. 24 63,<3
tit ?? 9/27 t2 MI.1. of .HAMPTON LAKE,Redwood B brick home, with 3 BR
a.m. Itpd Keystone
.(yo..S.II. ; the FCAN way. Call BA. .On. otr. plu*' !landcapd. ACebay 'BA apt; For mora Information calf(La"* '
oik .SAT: THI 29th ONLY :3 ),mile we t b' Butler .. 659-2121 and 2 BA fireplace, .c,..'" porch on nicely lend-
Iv964.6305, for Sylvia. Jodoy, window, .celling' fan, cathedralc.illpg.'mony.ittras. Apt* 496-3141. Equal Opportunity '
Lawt.f'Oft'ta'*, Rd. 225; loHow .In.: ceped ecre plus I... $ "..200.HISTO"CAL .
RO 'TDEIAYCALLTODAYI Contact Housing 6/7 tinchg'UINISHED :
E 39900. '
: r' '1 VVe;; wlll 'hav.. children: clothe: HOME IN LAWTYtHa bedroom two
: ,Y 'owner -'.v... or weekend -468-1055/' Arc KINGELEY'LAKE'(OT.TAGI. I
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:LAND. FOR SALE; ',:' r '.., arid wbmen.cloth.*',:,women B mansshe.er'* :9/770tcflg10/18 : "'," .3 BR. $390 montrlj 10rnonthla Cds( $"f/ed/ Ads lath t>It 7" acre. 'J mobile heme! hookup. Only '
' misl, Item* And much more. Coll' SALIt No children':J64.6491. : ,,$" .*00.
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7823271. '/27 MOBIII HOME FOR "K.y.fond: pet* no. Gee Resu/fs/ .
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HOME .A"RO.ACIIU HWtf
: Height. 2 BR across from lake > 9/06 tinHOUSI B 229f'SM,000.'As.m.
.NEW DEVELOPMENT Approx: -'/ oc/ ON MORGAN ROADS Saturday Sept. :29. Geneva. $89.00 per month,. $100 down ON KINQSLIV LAKEs Net pets, no mtg. of epprox!: .....000 er "V mo. pmt
'lot. Paved Itreet:central' WQ'.'. $TOO ;.Follow ,lgn..Children' and adult Mud remain on lot for five' year, children. Call 533-2433.. 9/13 tlr,, Shop &:.Compare!!!! $3'.". Owner*.will cam" second mtg.! for t JO.000
dn. "ftoonced.( ; clothe, shoe. ate. Loll bed Ilk.
$73/ma.9we.r toy.
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473-7560 8)11.9/21) tfnREFRIGERATOR I .t 13
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473-3454 j 3/29 tin : 'b :new. $200; 3 reSlln.r., new $150 pair; washer, furniture, etc. Doublewlde, 'trailer.; 9 bedroom, t .TERMS OF :)J.. PO'SSIBlt-U'ac.cleared[ w/epprox
1-18'ACR..l.oTS Mobile Home- |
near l! dinette call 1'arkFAil
lawtey on'Roo on. $25: For Information ,
Call 964-4995 9/27 On Fir* Lane 8. Call 533-2037 Itchg bath on beoytlful' Crosby lok, canal.' .. 100' en Hwy 301 S. Inc.. 2 deep well" i teptlr, lank. I.
135. 964-4989.: 8/16 tfh Itehg f
types i> htmoownfrs
leading to three lake $350 ino..flrs land
9/27 ) MH. Butler Stocked" creek.
Bldg. pond B
.1 OWNERS MANY CHIIDRENS CLOTHESi, ?
20'Plu.! Acre. Good toy ;
E1DORADO CAMPER S.I' on'olned. lost 'In'advance.9d1.6020. llchg polick-s for | '
posture. Small woodland or.a. Stocked hou..hold It.ms.'etc. This Saturday COMMERCIAL PROPERTY' DELUXE il> ON 30I II:
fish pond. 9648738. 9/06 4fchg 9/37 S.pt. 29. From 8:00: a.m. to ??? 1300 Steep" 6. $!osq- 'Call.. 964-8356.. Itchg 9/37'' molnk1' Mmes' t'ocated. In the Heart'af SterxApprex.. I$00'sqq' ft.WE ,

OCALA.NATlONAL.'OliUTi: ( High and; Searing'St. S'orke. Itpd 9/27 .'82 9/37' HONDA LOO t Call SFtlTTERi 964-6974.For Itpd rent 9/21'by day ar hour" Cat! for Quote iKOlin' ( ARE !PROUD jTOOFFERfme'ef ".d'ord County'*.

dry wooded lots 'lyifobl for mobile, ,,28th and 29thof SEPT. 1221 Bradford 'I I 100 mile Excellent SILVERWINGiInteritate.condition. $2800. MOBIII HOMI-KIVSTONI HEIOHTSi 211across .s Mobile [ ,., truly .lusurioushomes, situated acre** from the
home, cabin or'campinG S49SO .... Street, Saratoga Height Stark. .,Call. ; 7823210. Itpd 9/27 from lake Geneva, $ISS. per.month. Country Club xlreerdlnory' privacy' and gracious
w/SISO.drr:, 63.14/ma.. Exc. hunting 964-6439. Itchg}9/27 NIAGRA Neg. THERAPY CHAIR $400, '(:011. :' Furnished or unfurnished Nome Sales 'living ere "vallolll.1" thli I.BR, 2'j.BA,, brlrk hem

and.fllhlng. Owner. 904.236.4:179.or.: ; 964-6752. tchg 927MOBIII 473-7560. Bill. 9/37 tfn Elaine : Art uncommon rencept ef living.. Superb condition,
1 904-623.2433. 9/20ltpd' 10/,11 :: : "MOBILE HOMES .,'.,1 OME FOR SALE! ON KINOSLIV LAKEs 2' BR haul. 'fur. M..Olln', Agent 'A SfECIAL PLACE' FOR! SPEC\ALPIO.\ >.tEi Enoy| the
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ACRE FOR SALE Three '
avallable'ln
'l t w/olr. Veor 9645605I pleasures beautifully conttructed
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> ,porkwood: well" .built, excellent cdl.l\ nliKed $2SO/mo round
'mobile hornet.:"good condition. Two-2 FOR...SALE) v '. lion: ,,2 bedrooms1'Ig'bath: Built-in' '' pol i- rental No pel*.' Phone 533 226K9/27 .white brick, 4 BR3; BA, with a great swimming| pool.
8R: 1 bath One-3 BR |'/\ BA. On. .
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.bar, many extra. (Call= 9645101or 'tin JDelgned with the family In mind,
'hook. -up for mobile horn. 4 well, 4 SKYLINE MOBILE:HOME CENTER. Hwy. 964-8384 alter S p.m. Itchg.9/27 MOBIII HOME LOTi '10 .Acr.. $75 month FLORILAND ';DISCOVtR 'A WORLD OF BLISSFUL PRIVACY* Within
; .pllc tanks.:.located on Grkffii Loop, 301 N. Stark,964-4414 or 964778. FRANKLIN WOOD STOVE Plu insulated' yearly. 782-3028. Itchg 9/27' '.hl. new tone B cypress, dramatic,
.Stark balance*, ,FL. 4S,500.. One-Third a'l down, v' Com out and ch.ck out the bargain. pipe and chimney ,$300.( AIIO) 10x20.<< NICI NEIGHBORHOOD,, .3I., :2 BA. 10-Ac. site In the elty., Sumptueu louche In'rlude'gorgeou .
owrter. financed" 10X"for'' u, 4/26 tin metalpatio' cover $100. Call after 7J1. ,,'"' 'Newer home. UnlurnJ:, ha*' Stove and REALTY wallpaper. 2I1r.ploc.{ : BR S BA,
'to 10 964-6493. 9/27 tinFARM "
year SKYLINE v.MOBIII p.m.: 9648674. 9/27 3tpd IO/O4 : relrlg., CH/A. Corner lots No pet, 'with' excellent trollk pattern.
.. 964-7700
FOR SALEi Storks or. 12.9 acre* ,' r. HOMES' I' SPECIAL SALES Bradford Motel,,16 room $370/mo plus $100, ec. dep. Call [TO SEE If IS TO LOVE ITi Charming nearly new
opprox..S ocr. cl..red,1 p.con tree*; 1 'y y, of lurnllur and misc. Item:On. day '..964-7826 day. 96/-6050 *v*.. and 493 N. T.mpl. Ave,
,,2: BR. mobil. home.. 'Good condition :... .. Hwy.30J'N.4'441"! :' trick 3 BR.:2 BA home on I 1.'" Ac. Near Country Club,
'pump and .eptlc took, 29000. On. '.j ..I ge5 ::24"4 Santo F.' Only. October 8, begin" at. 10 "..m. 9.373lchg weekend. 9/27 tin. .? ',Vrnl P. Odonv sireat FR, fireplace, tcrn'd poc"'IUO( Reeled 2.P.

'third down owner financed at 10X for home. :3, Bedroom. 2 10/04 IIAILER lober SPACES AVAILABIEI' A* Of &:> 'IIrok.r.GRI J4J.OOO, A...."'. m',: .ppr..$3*.472.
2S.' CU. FT. FREEZER Cht-'typ New I. Under new ,
management
7. both.. Cathedral I SMASHING CONTEMPORARY, Archltert Tern Ten'nerear
ear. Erne.t W. Allen. ceiling
9646493.
condition, whit vinyl' covering. $300. [(Bradford:Motel). Call 964-4713, fo. Information" I IN BUSINESS '
9/27 tfn w l tan. Plywood designed this Ioand. ", ., i-'ttory, **der et
tin
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964-5406. 9/37
MALL FARMi ?'/ acres, two tractor 1I00ra.-Ma.onlt. siding Itchg ..JTBR MOBILI HOMES Adult "only.. PAYING RINT? 'C6untry Club: :2S(4 ',*/!It. '." 2 lot, Be.ur. intvl..Fireplace. ..
like No .
SUZUKI $50) extra .
:large !hou.*. ''duplex 3/4 remodeled. (wettern' furniture $1,000.'Will' negotiate.n.w.{ Call many 9645406. pe'*. Phone 964-7169 or 964-8614.. Call1'' today ,to atlc Only S yr*. eld.,SP S|[;..000:> Imp. S7 ..000et
.1'1.0 commercial meat aw dicer1 and pkg.). Total electric 9/212tchg 10/04 | Itchg 927APARTMENT about'property f'"1-. Mo. Pmt: I"'.".

electric'icale*. $900. Call by appointment -.- .Delivered > SetUp'Fr. ALMOST BRAND NEW "Peoplelounger" 'J;j FOR RENT I 'BR, I BA/LR B.Iitch.n. '.ICI.EDUCED' ROOM TO ROAMI '2SJ .ea: ft. home.I* loral*<.( on

only. 944.5986.Itch g9/27'0" ,' .. .., .. .. couch and "matching recliner. Very ( SISO/mo'plu' furnich "own' eAsi'um. 11' % mtg. 3'/f! Ac 'w 3 BR. X, BA,'B", CHAt'lol'pon.tling' R'Ni.piec.l
',. ( ? '$11,90' 1 : Just smalUL Call 921NPUINISHED on 3.1)1, 2 BA home. S10S.OOO. .'
I 'Taaonabll too big for my go* 964.3931'ikhg .
& TRUCKS? r' .
..! .room. Coll.964-5176or ..r.964-.8568. ,o.W J'.f. '* BRUpttalr APAITMINT1b" 1 ." .. issCaii ., I
;;;jRC6LNI '. ,signc 1 !.'C LPRC q l'VC'', "III''or"1 7'" to'Storl.' *. Couple only. /BastlI'") ) st:rerra f,;rr:+1I ... V'V Ol .r.eh" .,teom rvodss.plo.s. ;(C...,.......... ",
1i'r1 wst'P'"Nt 9.Wd up" Next $100..curity/i50 pei'monlh: = '
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Uk.C.w. ;" t'Yap' Truck' Stop. south of Stark.. 964 82)3J Call 964-8031 for Information. : Mod. 'CI :
St. appros.17O0 It
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.350; 1 11/24 tin '. 921'PURNISHED 473'en 301 South. Corner '
".. In'da' and out.,4.ln, .'h' i THINK COUNTRY: Converted; OW )10 A. fenced
.nQ! good fonf 't OfficI MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Window '4'?'{ 3 ROOM APARTMENT I... S Ac. Owner on
tlltionL; Good tire' and;new. .botHtry., J: SPACE; Upitolr* at SE corner of field : fend.' Grow 'veg. .en cleared' 2.S .A. 3 BR, "J' BA
door., plumbing and eleC.. supplies' \1 Suitable lot *n* working pertof will mtg.
964-6528.9/13 tint Call and Thompson Street. Newlyremodeled. /, perior) .....::.< alsofurniture., BARGAIN' CENTER. ,1. utlllfle lurnlthed: No .children" orp.s. sill| Ac near Graham': '
1'12I'ORO F-IOO TRUCK Excellent cond. Freeman Regltr, III, .. 96.5060.9/ tin .4 .BR STUCCO: H.., sep, apartment. On 1.4 ArEttate
mile South of Stark 3/01 tfn Financing available to
Atklng$5800.. Call alter 9:00,1964.62: ;19645888. 9/20 2tchg 9/27 : .
tettlement. W.4'.000. Now S40 000.
KINGSLIV LAKE APARTMENTS ,
Furnlth-
.1.000 FENCE POSTS r in
NW CORNER CYPRESS! to euelllled ""y.r.
OF CALL
IS IT ;TUE you can buy jeep r.$04thou 'STREETS <2- I THOMPSON diameter 7 foot long. You cut S haul' eel. 1 BR, IR, Sun Room; Electric kit .FOR RENTTrelU'rCell !! ,PRETTY HOME IN IAWTEV: NW 7Slh Av. 2' Ac $p
)the U.S. Government G.t,the .r\ each floor) Will$tory divide bldg.Into W/370Q flea .a. ft. .'"' 50''cant. eoch. J... Wolnwrlght9647835.'Stark > c""n." ,tll" both.Phone 533-2953.' 9'21' Teday. S43.SOO. Owner fin. 304 dn. |}!. for |IS yrt.

'.faclf todoyl Call 1.312.14T,1142 1 .. ,ex t. .tall* : lea.. market. ;, *. 9/212tchg 10/04 ? 2'chg.IO/04 : 'COMPLETELY RENOVATED Cory, brirk stucco ...
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: : Motorola color TV. $25. Coll 782-3525.: dep. Tiffin B Own. Inc. 9645065. : !
782-3110. IIchg 9/17 MISCELLANEOUS Itchg 927"ANTIQUE t Ikhg 9/27 i (BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY,,SITTING. Clean: S yrpld'2,
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I News Briefs .:;* : ;;5; n.vV.e. :,.:I : : .r : Two'-Arrested' in Fraud ProbeRaiford

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Man ArrestedIn The majority of the calls, 23, wen e, Anyone with Information Two of four alleged conspiratorswere Hall claimed to have received an..In- Each of the fourpeaplearacharged ,
illness related. Eleven calls were t,0 whereabouts, of the stolen merchan-or arrested September 21 for their 'heritance of several million dollars with organized fraud from May 1 to
Stabbing Incident people in trauma and another 10 wen 8 disc are asked to contact the Starke part In-a scheme that eat a Starke which was in a trust fund. While July 261 to obtain more than $*: .000 In .

Herbert Whitten of Raiford was ar to trauma resulting from automobih e Police Department. V""YV, businessman more than $1SOGA. .awaiting money from the trust fund property; .participation In a scheme
rested on Friday, Sept. 21, on one accidents. The primary suspect, Howard L."Dale"HapwbolefttheareainJuly. be received money from Kendall to to defr audCfraiKf"theft; of more than
charge of aggravated battery and one Six calls were to cardiac patient:I' buy equipment to fulfill contracts but $13,000 from Mark Kendall and grand
and to witt has not been located. he the equipment according theft of assorted tools and tool boxes
charge of tampering with a state eight were people J Trooper Arrests 'ii .
from Kendall
respiratory problems. Four call! Arrested as accomplices Friday .
witness.According to arresting officer Lt. I were obstretrlc patients. 2 For Possession; were Lydia Andrea Williams 40, and Kendall said .he met Hall white

D.L. Cochran the incident leading to One call each was answered to an Two men her husgand George Brooks Williams, Investigator Wiley Clark said Hall working for the telephone company '
of aggravated battery occurred overdose victim a stabbing a special 1} 21-year-old Tampa were 58, both of Lawtey according to Investigators was an Inmate working in the motor Four months later, they entered a
the charge arrested and
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Thursday Sept. 20, at the detail and a fire stand-by. Seven calls 1 September : charged D. A Cochran= and Don pool as a clerk for Williams at Lawtey partnership to sell and service
on with possession of less than 20
grams Correctional Institution. telephones. and seek contracts to .install
cancelled and two calls Denton. '
in Lake Butler were were 8
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Horseshoe of cannabis
Whitten argued with his false alarms. according to Trooper. W. Mrs. Williams' father Walter Total bond for the charges against telephone business systems
t when Whitten also of D. Langston. Nielson of Wala Wala. Wash., is also Lydia Williams and George Williams Kendall said he didn't learn until July :'
brother Gary Ronnie Allen Ruts and
d Paul Moore accomplice set at : remainin that Hall' previously had been In
and stabbed him with a BradfordCounty named as an In charges was $50,000 each. They
I Raiford Jr. released from the
., Man Dies of Apparent were filed by Assistant State'Attorney Tom the custody of the Bradford County prison for grand larceny' and bank
knife Jail on their own
:' "Initially the brother didn't wantto Self-inflicted WoundA recognizance. Moore was additionally Elwell. Jail. fraud.
prosecute" said Cochran "So we charged with possession of drug
Starke died ater .
went ahead and filed a sworn Complaint -, 49-year-old man '.paraphernalia. Bond for each charge

.'. office."with the State Attorney's wife he apparently s home on shot Sept.himself 16, according at his ex-to|; was set at $500. Patrol Car Hit Patrolman Injured '

A Bradford County Sheriffs Office'
''J In the meantime said Cochran the LB Man Arrested ',"
occurred which report.
second incident prompted
; the charge of tampering with a William C. Ramey was charged J Shooting into Dwelling A call to a domestic disturbance On Water Street behind Florida Hall. 43, of Starke was arrested
I'' witness Tommy Larkin of with burglary and assault after he received by the Starke Pest Control Hall made a U-turn and after he was found at his home in bed
state
Raiford. broke into his ex-wife's home on| Willie Lee Henderson of Lake ment turned Into a high speed drove his vehicle directly into the early on September 23, according to
"The Slate Attorney advised us that August 24 and threatened her and her Butler was arrested Saturday Sept. head on collision an injuredpatrolman patrol car driven by Nichols and then Sat. Wayne Wilkinson.
the capias (order to arrest) would be, son. rhe report said. The ex-wife told I 22, on one count of shooting into an'occupied and much frustration late left the scene headed south on CR-100
\ issued and we arrested Herby Whit deputies that ramey broe into her dwelling and one'count ''of Monday night.Responding. according to Patrolman Crum. The Charges against Hall include aggravated -
ten at that time" said Cochran. house again on the night of Sept. 16 possession of a firearm by a felon; to the call was patrol car had its lights flashing and battery wilful-wanton ,
Herby Whitten was released on and waed a .22 caliber pistol at her According to arresting officer Lt. Patrolman Greg Nichols who approached siren on when the car hit it, said reckless driving and fleeing/attemp
Saturday. Sept. 22, after cash bonds and threatened to shoot her before he D.L. Cochran of the Union County the home with the Intentionof Crum. ting to elude according to Wilkinson
posted ($2,500 charge). shot himself in the head Sheriff's Department Henderson hada talking to Jerry Jarman Hall Hall and Patrolman Nichols. Bond for the .
per
were Whitten was in satisfactory Ramey was taken to Alachua pistol that he was waving at Walter got into his car and left the area near Nichols received knee arm and charges was set at $3,300. Hall was
condition Gary at Alachua General General Hospital where he died Sept. Lee Larry at the door to Larry's home, Southside Elementary School at a back injuries but did not require released on his own recognizance.
Hospital Wednesday afternoon. 20 without regaining, consciousness. on SW 4th Ave. high rate of speed. Nichols went after hospitalization.according to Crum.
Larry pushed Henderson out the him and the chase was on.. Additional charges .leaving the
door and the pistol discharged.No one Hall's vehicle was located near scene of an accident with injuries and
Brooker Man StoppedFor Cabinet Shop was injured. Hall led the patrolman down Colley Griffis Loop abandoned but Hall was driving while license suspended were
Traffic Charge Broken IntoA $750 bond was issued on each Road to St. Clair Street south on no where to be found In the area during filed by Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. '
charge for a total of 1500. Water Street out to Griffis Loop and a search by local authorities Damage to the IBM Ford patrol car,
Wanted In AlachuaA burglary on N. Temple in Starkeat returned to Water Street where Florida Highway Patrol and Bradford was $.. .400. damage to Hall's 1979
a cabinet shop gained nearly$2,000 Patrolman David Crum Joined, the Sheriffs Department. Mercury was $2,000.
Brooker man stopped during a worth of tools for someone September chase.
routine traffic stop in Starke was 22. LB Man ArrestedIn '
wanted on warrants from Alachua Taken from the Cubbedge Cabinet '
County according to Trooper B., A. Shop were several Black & Decker Iowa on CapiasRobert ,' -. .it; :

Williams. routers finishing sanders, hand Lee Burrows of Lake Butler r f 1 r Ns '
Jerry Gainey was charged with improper drills a power saw, a Seneo air gun was arrested on Sunday Sept 16, at TlJr. < ',/I
.tag and driving while license and a router bits set. Also missing is a the Buchannon County Jail in Independence ((1 ,
Bond set at $225.
was
suspended. Badcock 'radio and a Sharp Iowa. ,
Warrants from Alachua charged calculator, according to Patrolman "
He was charged with one count of

blood Gainey alcohol with level driving and with driving unlawful under Clinton Entry Blankenship.was gained into the shop lewd failure assault.to appear. and four counts of California Tournament of Rotes, 'which If known nationwide for.Its annual New ,", "

the influence. Bond for those chargeswas through a back window which had Bond Ytir'i Parade and Rosa Bowl Football game got In tart as "The Battle.of Flower
was set at 10000. ata Pasadena Hunt Club.Movie.
set at$500. been broken by the intruder.
Gainey was released after surety
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Bradford County Af9 .'

," The fallowing( marriages were
dissolved in Bradford County during
the month of August according'to the Rentals
court records.
Mark Terrell Patray and Rebecca :
Siemer Patray. i
Glen Griffis and Paula Griffis.,
John Schak and Jo Schak. '
Gregory Sweat and Jackie R. ,
Sweat.

Gregory Wall and Beth Wall. ,-
Tina L.Smitt and Thomas M.Smitt ? ,
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William C. Ramey and. Elizabeth The Answer tol M onda .
W. Ramey. I I'ght 9ot I: ,::,,!) bili,
Evelyn Banks and Willie Banks. .

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30 Months In Jail
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after pleading guilty to resisting arrest 3 Disc and Machine' 5' t ii
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Henry J. Gros had previously been .
arrested for aggravated battery in :
January 1983 and received proba Tuesday & Wednesday '
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State Attorney Tom Elwell. .. .. 'c.
Elwell said in the 18 months since '! :, .'
that arrest deputies had been called 50 ,
$10 .
to that area 25 times to deal with ': Monday,. Tuesday& Wednesday I

} I complaints against Gros. On June ,j II ,
,. 11, 1)84 Deputy Sam Eunice II' '! _. ; '" 'f K, responded to a call with Lt. John '
Dempsey and Gros struck Eunice. ",1.f' :
Elwell said Gros had been before 1"I'l;
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past 18 months had three different '
attorneys dealing with his case and "

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David Jim Brown Jr., 18 for ;',< r4. !>' ':" \" I I
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suspended Rhoden. by ,Patrolman Paul T: Slumber Party Speci; a9' : '

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for driving while under the in- : ? ';.".,'...."Il'., '1tJJ.,'''''tr .' ., ': 'I' a ,1It'f'i ;;; : '.", .... ,
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BCT Staff WriterThe Standing firing range facility. Redding says the success of the program ting whicthe h to chery contest, with a free hunting, firing range for gtab guardsmen.A
Is a useful public relations tool everyone who .is interested In bow as first prize donated by Bear
Florida Game and Fresh "Archers will have the chance to for the Guard. firearms, hunting or archery." Archery of Gainesville.
Water Fish Commission and the demonstrate their archery skills
Florida National Guard will once during the archery contest.1't Martin! ,, "We want to be more Involved in The range will be open at 13 p.m.. Noted herpetologist Maynard Cox! special: l group of guradsmen will
again be sponsoring a hunter day on aid. "Prizes have been donated and community activities here at Camp Sunday for firing and sighting. in of Orange Park will also be on hand be on hand to explain what to do if
Sunday Wildlife Sept. Mf,on the Camp Blan- will be awarded to the top archers." Blanding and we feel this Hunter's, rifles and there will be'a-separate to give free advice on treating hunters should run across any of the
ding Management Area. The north range gate will open at Day Is an excellent way to do just,' black :powder range for those! old venomous snake bites In the wild shells, and will properly dispose of;
"Included in thjVyear's program 11:30 a.m., with "sight-in" startingat that" Redding said. "Despite a littie style weapons that have become: and will help younger hunters identify any found during bunting)
will demonstrations of poisonous noon followed by the demonstrations controversy over some of the ar very popular in the past few years. any snakes they may come
snakes the use of black powder at 1 p.m. rangementa last season which we acroes. ,
weapons and archery equipment For additional Information now have straightened out we feel' "There are quite a few Hunters
aid Major Larry Marini ueguonil"Manager I the Communion's contact office I that the program has been quite a \ who have become interested in black Game Biologist Jim Garrison will
for the Commission's! Northeast in Lake City at 1-8OC>regional>Oe101. Success and we're looking forwardto powder muzzlcloadera* the old- One of the major hazards in some be at the site and on the north side of
Region. having even more local and area fashioned methods have come backin of the hunting areas In the camp are the installation,hunting and fishing
Hunters will also have the The event is the second of its kind> hunters outat the facility this style," Redding said. "We have the thousands of unexpoldea ar businesses will Set up stalls to,.sell
to. sight in modern firearms opportunity sponsored at the Camp Blanding weekend. There are certainly: some special facilities set up for them." tillary shells which are strewn over their wares and give out advice,.


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The 1984 Florida Legislature been appointed as a resident circuitjudge poratory onice in the Bradford uoun-- urns civil court judges for Aiachua I was one time appointed for alp mon- The staff 01 the Bradford State: Attorney
authorized the appointing of an additional for Bradford County with his ty Courthouse (on the north end of the 'County. ths to one year to serve,In that capa t- is very happy concerning the
judge for the Eight Judicial Circuit permanment office in the northwest building) while awaiting office space This la. the first time In the history ty.) new assignments, we have needed
the appointment which will be comer of.the Bradford County Cour In Baker County. 'of the circuit court that circuit judges The newly appointed circuit Judge continuity in our court system and we
announced later this week has caused thouse.Judge Green will also retain Judge Elzie Sanders has been have appointed to full time civil court. will be assigned to juvenile court and' feel having the resident circuit judge I
the reassignments to be made portion of the case load in Gainesville. assigned to Alachua County to handle (With. the exception that Judge Fagan civil court in Alachua County. will be the answer,"said Wiley Clark.
earlier. Rather than wait until) Judge John J Crews has been re- criminal court; with Judge Chester B. ..
January when appointments are assigned administrative Judge for Chance. --L1 ...
changed, which would have given the,, Union County and in addition -will
newly .PP6inted'judge a brief temporary have Baker County 'added to his Chief Judge Benjamin Tench baa
assignment, new assignmentsare assignment. Judge Crews will also been assigned administrative judgein
effective October 1. handle portion of the case load in Gilchrist and Levy Counties. '
-I' f> ul Alachua County. ,
i Judges Theron Yawn and Wayne
Judge' R.: A. (Buzzy), Green' has Judge Crews will have a ,tern- Carlisle and Ogee Fagan will be full


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The Bradford-Union Seminole membership fee of$10 and a family charter president, John D. Johns,
Boosters Club kicked off their second 'membership of $25. The Boosters Sr., who recently passed away.,
year with'a fish fry last Tues meet every first and third Tuesdayat "Johnny" played on the inaugural ; 'foJ
day Sept. 18, at the, AmericanLegion the American Legion Hall. Ten- FSU football team in 194?. Through. PN Home Entertainment Concept "
Hall on Edwards Road. tative future speakers include the this fund, the club will send an area
Following 1 the fish fry highlight' voice of Seminoles and three time student through FSU each year. comes to Bradford County
films of the Seminoles' victory over Florida sportscaster of the year, Donations to the fund and club
Kansas were shown. Gene Deckerhoff. membership checks should be sent Formerly Bradford Music Center in Bradford Square Shoppfng'Ctr1Mta
Those who wish to join! the club The club has Initiated a scholarship to Bradford-Union Seminole .. .
can doso through individual fund.''in the name of their Boosters, P.O. Box 1183, Starke, Fl, ,
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: in the of remodeling and needto
I7. process
r Link, to Life program growing : ,

make'room for new. fixtures;..:. ,; .
push of a button.An service to the community The unit Mrs. C.I. Tones, former promi- '
extra bonus is that the unit is located at the nurses station nent Melrose resident now living in. ,
comes with a smoke alarm which If where. it is manned by, trained Gainesville .is a Life Line user.Mrs. -
activated rings a special hospital per'/lonnel2..hours'/ day. Tolles said she couldn't find enough, ; ,
the hospital alerting hospital pert According to Peggy Barnett there good things to say about Life Line.
sonnel to immediately summon the are 21 units in operation in Bradford| "I feel all together different than U""
fire unit to the client's home. County, and there is presently a .before.One night I forgot to push the U
Mrs."Barnett said that although no waiting list. The fee for the unit is button before I fell asleep, and they H
life threatening situations have occurred determined on a sliding scale according called me right away. I never use to
In the Starke area during the to what the client can afford. be afraid, even though my husbandwas '
past 2 Wi years, this service has been But Mrs. Barnett pointed out, if someone an Invalid But after he died, I
available, the Bradford Union is interested in the unit and was terrified. You can't imagine
Guidance Clinic has had clients doesn't want to have to be placed on how safe you feel with this (Life WITH OUR' PRECISION MUSIC
utilize the unit when the waiting list, and can afford to do Line)," said Mrs, 1oles.! J d.
and cftuSrwise<
to -tele : > ............ (,''''''':oo< when they' have become,I I"You'd'be ) ", 0 A similar* f"i'au,*ff*)* surprised how much the Melrose is she just couldn't get along without". d '
more secure this can make someone availab the unit" ..
Line and Is e KeylJo. s 'iI''
feel. All they have to do Is hit a button through Alachua General Hospital. Bradford County residents In- r r4 v < ,. _
and have the police or rescue, Life Line differs from Bradford terested in learning more about Link
unit called to their home,:'said' Mrs.' County's Link to Life only slightly. to Life may call Peggy Barnett with In stock --r-jt t{
Barnett. The client utilizing Life,Line has a 'the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinicat
Judy' Moore, Assistant Ad- button he pushes each night beforehe 964-4545.. Melrose residents "interested 1
ministrator and Director of Nursingat goes to bed and again each morn in Life Line may call ': Pianos l
Bradford Hospital, pointed out ing when he gets up, in addition to Alachua General Hospital in
'that the hospitals involvement in the red alert button to summon help, Gainesville at 373.4321.tilt. 1 '
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the Link to Life program is :a' publicArr.sts'MacI ; __ liVo Finance... ?
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On Wildlife TraffickingA I. .N C T.V
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predawn sweep across north APPLIANCE SOP ERMARKETf 1. 'I'
Florida and south Georgia has / :. $25 off on instrument with this |
resulted Ur the arrests of four n. dmiral5! APatio, any coupon
Florida residents and one Georgiaman 4 .t. .r sr r rsrr as as snare.. r assar ass r s.rrsr as_. r r ...,r.
on,charges of illegal sale of G&bson& Kitchen ,
wildlife. FEDDER'S "' .

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and officers of Natural of the Resources Georgia made Department the SJLSgA1dgc 2'.B.PJ/I'SII.' Chef ',- L4 f I A MOVIE jTONITE !


arrests Thursday Sept.that'has 13 cappinga ,Northeast Florida's largest Sefectten 4 :
under joint way,investigation since June. been' \7 !: '

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Lt. Col.,Brantley Goodson.; director r :
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Law Enforcement, said the,four, Medel FJM5I "
Florida men charged are: Norman Priced' \ ;1
Ellis, 28, of Chattahoocnee: ; RobertL. _. 1 Only
.."Bear"Johnson,Jr.,32,of Grand. "
Ridge Ray 0:"PeeWee"Brown;19. to$398' Stereo &:' Speakers,.
and hr. -father, Gordon 'Brown,. 46. ,' ? :' '

both of Chattahoochee.! ..:,.: 2' <
Warrants have been Issued Good-' I '" 69"00.
son said,for two other individuals In ;, ,COLOR TV HURRY. SALE EMOSTHSS f\ F .. .,._. .......** "' I
connection with the CAse.They artr "' .
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Tim Sheffield of Sneads, wanted for SATURDAY I f I '... .a.J.uuA "
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100: select
Gray of Quincy, wanted on multi .,. .Sale Priced over to from
counts of illegal sale of '
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game fish; specifically sunshim; ,ft.. ;:. _' ; ..... ,
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310 7'8' .
Grs y',' !G00d8on added Is :th.\: WWA63ODGeneral.'ElectricAutomatic .. : : :- ,
former State record holder\ for jun-
shine baas ., Georgia. "officiaia arrested Danny, '. .....1 a ...fMly .
Morris, :28,. of Bainbridge on 1C ... ,.-..,......, ,I IN MARKET "ARCAThermolalre
counts charging Illegal sale of deer s,
.night hunting( and taking ,dove!.,n41,: '" '
rabWtaqut, of season.. 'Ito3 X169"
The Plorkta men, Goodsen' said.)
face charge ranging from illegal :,. ,_. PriftMt.:
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ol: d *iv.illegalaal* I" 'l -, ;
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game fish fekiMdiser at '
night with gun and light, ulegal sate $' : Your Own" VHS f
,of aepnw tortoises well. illegal!l 1":2\8' Buy
sale of a controlled substance
'Good se..idotMr. bla.'ex- .saep'issOkNtsrarawis %, 'L. J .
pecterf: aa the ease federal is still under charges in-), tdss.Ia' uiims.iails'W.Yeu ........... For Only $499 W. fln _. Monthly i .payments

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