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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I960 lingered on, with a high of 96 degrees recorded at mid-afternoon at Camp \ : ':
Blanding. ', '. Two Sections ,
Bradford County received some relief from the fall drought during the wewek SECTION At i',i:, ;'
with an average rainfall of 1.2 Inches during the period,Sept. 17-23.September's News. ... ...... .Pages 1A-JAU, rtrgrap1The
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total for the first three weeks Is far below normal, however, with a meager 1.7 .Pag <" .
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Camp Blanding has been even drier with only .78 Inch so far this month. Correspondence..Page 'A-10A
August totals were also far below normal, with 2.1 inches recorded at Brad- Sports .. ........ Pages 12A-UA
ford's three fire towers, and 2.88 Inches at Camp Blanding. Legals Real est...,.. Page 11A
Total lack of fringe rains during the hurricane season Is the main contributing SECTION Bi Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
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The City of Starke will lead the nation tingent of Starke representatives who

Flashy New Band Uniforms... In developing and proving new met with Fuqua and representativesof
energy technology which will free the DOE In Fuqua's Washington officeIn
Tornado band members strutted their stuff In their new uniforms, which cost slderably. says Band Director Mike Woodfin. city from costly diesel fuel to fire one June after the Initial applicationhad
$11,000, for the first time last Friday night. The band still needs donations to finish paying for the new uniforms. of Its electric generators and convertit been rejected.
Wonder If the new duds are Sanforized? to a wood-gasification process.
Did you notice the lack of hats? They weren't In Friday; The band hopes to The band played by memory Friday night during the 1 1/2-hour blackout at "Fuqua opened; the doors for us,"
have the hits for the next performance. The hats Jan up the uniforms con- the stadium providing entertainment for fans throughout the boring wall. City officials learned Tuesday that said Day. 'I have no doubt that
the federal Department of Energy without his help and direct Interven-
has approved funding of a $327,100 tion we would not have succeeded"
to the for conversion of
grant city one
From Washington, Fuqua heaped
of its electric
Tornado Band seven from municipal fuel praise on the Starke representatives
Sports wood generators fuel. petroleum to for their Initiative In submitting a
grant application based on Innovation
Once the Is tested and
process proved -
technology and for their persistenceIn
to be efficient, city officials said,
following through on it as it went
will to the of
NewUniforllls they apply Department
through the bureaucratic .
: Energy for additional funding to con- process."I
vert Its other six generators to the was pleased to be able to assist"
same process. said Fuqua. "but the effectiveness of
The 78 Bradford High band members marched halftime Friday night,Sept. > the local delegation in carrying their
19, In their new unforms which cost$11,000, but minus hats due to arrive shortly. "This Is tremendous news," said argument to the Department of
Band Boosters are still trying to raise funds to pay off the new uniforms,: Mayor Vernon Silcox. "It's difficult to Energy was a key factor In obtaining
bought last after the Tornadoes drenched In exagerate the significance this grant
year Marching were the homecoming the grant It gives me real pleasure to
parade The seven-year-old uniforms shrunk after the wetting, and many. A will have for the residents and elec- see one of the cities In the Second
band members could not be fitted. tric users of Starke or the efforts ex- District of Florida participating to
. A number of local efforts have helped pay for $8,000 collected to date for the pended by many people to see the ap- such a significant degree In helping
uniforms. About $3,500 Is still owed, according to Mrs. Simpson. The money has plication through the tortuous grant resolve the nation's energy problems
I come from individuals and buslnessess. So far, the Bradford school board had processes In Washington while at the same time assuring local

, paid nothing on the new uniforms. The school board has, however, given the Silcox particularly commended the I electric users of a secure and
band $3,500 this year to buy new Instruments and repair others. efforts of retiring Commissioner Ted reasonably priced source of energy."
j" --.. Brenda SniBandpDirector of the Band Boosters, and Annette Griffis, vice- Oglesby Community Development The process to be used in the test
1- prestdent?" Mike-Woodfin were presented a $500 check Mon- end Grant "Consultant'Linda Day generator:will convert wood to wood
day by the Bradford County Hospital Employees Contribution Fund by 4 Energy Consultant Bob Gurtn, anJthe gas which will be used as the fuel to :
Secretary Elaine Gunner. Money In the hospital employee contribution funds : Institute of Food and Agricultural operate the generator. In addition, '
comes from the pay checks of the hospital employees, and Is donated to causes'' _' } i Sciences at the University of Florida. the excess heat produced by the process
the hospital employees think worthwhile, Mrs. Gunner explained.. Hospital will be used In combination with
employees have also given $300 to Bradford Volunteer Fire Department.. The grant, as originally submitted, vegetable waste to produce ethanol to
The $500 will buy 4 1/2 uniforms, Woodfin said. Uniforms cost $138 each. had been rejected by the Departmentof power city vehicles.
Energy as not meeting criteria but On the June trip to Washington the
Circus Coming... was resubmitted after a meeting with Starke delegation also conferred with

The Great American Circus Is coming to Starke for two shows Oct. 9, and all Congressman Don Fuqua under a dif- Florida's senators, Lawton Chiles and
ferent
proceeds will go to the BHS Band Boosters and the BUS All-Sports Club, says Welcoming the Tornadoes! DOE Program."As Richard Stone and were assured of
Bradford Chamber Manager Bill Wilson who has arranged for the circus. chairman of the Committee on their active support of the revised
The circus has three performing elephants, ground and aerial acts, clowns, a Bradford High cheerleaders welcome the Tornado football team onto Brad- Science and Technology, Con- grant application.The .
good horse riding act it will be under a Big Top tent at the fairgrounds, each ford Field last Friday night for the home opener against Eastslde. gressman Fuqua has an Intimate' initial payment of 45 per cent of
performance lasting t 1/2-hours.. Things went very smoothly Friday night during the blackout. Principal Jim knowledge of the workings of the the grant allocation should be received -
Admission is $3.50 for adults,$2.50 for children under Tickets are on sale at Duncan wants all BHS and Eastslde fans to know how much he appreciates the Department of Energy" said Consul- by Starke within the next two
the Chamber of Commerce. nice audience. tant Day who was one of the con- weeks, Fuqua's office said.




wl1t""':, Wawn GrierFBJ.P9 Fire Tax, Homestead Exemption Increase May Spice Oct. 7 Bring Voters Out I


( A U.S. Senator, one State Senator, First Primary, but due to the slim list 1981. and $25,000 In 1982 and placing a one mill tax on the unincor- perty in the unincorporated areas will
one County Commissioner a County of runoffs remaining to be voted on It thereafter. Due to the Inflation factor, porated areas of the county for sup- be allowed to vote on this issue.
1' Fire Tax District, and five State is doubtful If more than 50% of the the present$5,000 Homestead Exemp-, port of their volunteer fire depart. The only run-off among county of-
;: Constitutional Amendments will be qualified voters turn out here on tion, once considered a big boon to the ments. Property Appraiser Jimmy ficials is In County Commission
the issues facing Bradford County September 7. taxpayer,now offers little relief.to the Alvarez estimates the tax, levied onlyon District 5 where Wilbur L. Waters and
voters Oct. 7 In the Second Primary. One factor that may help stimulate homeowner. property In unincorporated areas, Homer Hart are vying for the seat
interest, however. Is Homestead Ex- A local Issue that might also help would raise an estimated $123,000 for vacated by 'Incumbent Hazel Paulk.
emption Amendment No. 4 which pro- bring voters to the polls is the referen- new equipment by the volunteer Waters, i man in the First
.' Bradford County cast a healthy 72 vides a homestead exemption Increase dum on the Special Fire Tax District firefighters. Only voters who own pro- Primary, poled 1,686 votes to Hart's
." '"" percent of its voting strength In the to $15,000 in 1980, $20,000 in 991. The three eliminated contenders,
Richard Roberts, Jennings Starling,
and Joseph! Warren gathered a totalof
f' 2287. .
< Waters: who resigned a spot on the
New
In Mail This Week
.SEPTEM. 6FOOTSALLGAME Property Tax. Notices Starke City Commission to make the
race, is a Starke businessman and
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heavy equipment operator: Hart of
BHS vs PALATKA Don't worry you're not receiving a bill. homestead exemption amounts as the law presently stands: $5,000 regular, and New River, is a former employee of
Ptlatka Stadium Some 10,000 Bradford County property owners will get a statement-like form .. $10,000 for senior citizens on all levies other than schools. A $23,000 exemption is the Union County Road Department,
8.:00. .P.M.. .. in the mail this week from the office of Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. allowed for schools if the senior taxpayer has been a resident of Florida for the with a record of 21 years In the
But before you reach for the telephone, be sure to read the heading: "Do Not last five yearsInformation.) field of custom farm
ANNUAL REALTORS Pay This Is Not A Bill." on the second sheet is based on exemption amounts that will agricultural operates a retail store ser-
Covered Dish P.M.Picnic The form Is actually an attempt, required under the new TRIM (Truth in become effective if Constitutional Amendment No. 4 Is approved on the October SR-100 at New River. on
':00 Millage) Act passed by the 1980 Legislature, to Inform taxpayers what their 7 ballot. Increasing homestead exemption. In addition to the Democratic
Delano Thomas Home taxes were last year; what they will be In the coming fiscal year, If budget proposals Under this amendment, if the taxpayer has been a resident of Florida for the ballot. Republicans will receive one
Fire Lane 47 Kingsley LakesAIvRpAY now being made are adopted, and what their taxes will be if no budget last five years, the exemption will be $25.000 for school levies and $15,000 for containing the five amendments, and
changes are made. Dates on upcoming public hearings to be held on proposed other levies. If the taxpayer has not been a resident for five years, the exemp- GOP opponents for nomination as
.SEPTEMBER 27 budgets and taxes are also listed. tion will be $5,000 for all levies. U.S. Senator, Paula Hawkins, and
CAR WASH The forms are apparently Intended to create more interest and Involve more Each form will have four columns showing taxes for last year; taxes this Lou Frey.
Green Acres 4-H Club taxpayers In the budget-making process, which Is usually ignored by most people year based on proposed millage rates: taxes this year If roll.back or certified Voters registered as
f a.m..3 p.m. until budgets are adopted and taxes are raised. millages are adopted, and information as to where and when public hearingswill "Independent" or "other" will get a
?" Community Slat Bank Alvarez says the TRIM notices should be received in the mail on Thrusday or be held. ballot with only the amendmentssince
II.09 Donation Friday this week by each taxpayer In the county. He said the mail-out would be The taxes payable in each column will be listed according to each different there are no Independent candidates
expensive costing the county around $1,500 for postage alone, with an overall taxing authority: County Commission. School Board. City and "other" TUESPAY,.SEPTEMBER 30 cost of $2,500 to 3000. case of Bradford County, special Water Management levies.)
BRADFORD CO. The envelope received by taxpayers will contain two printed sheets for each In previous years taxpayers were sent only notices concerning Increases In In addition to the' Homestead
.v. ZONING BOARD separate parcel of property. Information on the first sheet will be based on property values. Amendment, the following four will '
also be offered
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v TjWSOAY., .OCTOBER". Candidates; Invited to Speak Saturday at Firemen's Rally No.ad 1 valorem- Authorizes taxes'an for persons exemptionfrom Installing -

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.;, 'I. i CHAMBER COMMERCE OPt County, State and District can- chief of the Bradford County' fire The Love Family of Lawtey.will Lawtey, Brooker. 'Hampton; ,. any real! property,
didates participating in ,Second said that candidates for and Theressa. and Heilbronn
8o.rclMu'I"-12U Department, sing during the serving hours Springs to .
: No. :2 I Authorizes the Issuance oil.
Restaurant Primary run-off elections, are Invitedto County Commission District 7,HomerF. door prizes will be given away. purchase needed equipment.
Garden .:; revenue bonds to finance or refinance
speak at the Volunteer Firemen'srally Hart and Wilbur L. Waters the on- icif:<>
-++t --- --- Saturday afternoon at the Les ly run-off race in the county, will Only persons who are registered to housing and related facilities In'
t'f c.n.wrd1 Whitehead farm on County Road 235 speak first and will be allowed ten vote and who own property in the Florida, secured primarily by pledged
north of SR-100, near New River. minutes each. Waters was high man unincorporated areas of Bradford C'J! v revenues at least equal to the bond .''

JACKSONyk. in the First Primary, receiving 1,686 County will be given one of the fire tax ..payment.' r' ..
BUILDING SUPPLY ,.. 'Departments Members of In all Volunteer Fire ,votes to 991 for Hart. district ballots at the bolls. At that In Its report by precinct of Sept: 9- "'No. 3 Allowlnaf' ountlea (flf 4,
unincorporated areas
'. INC. Of Stork.In ',. time they must give a legal description I first primary election results in the authorized by a referendum !J
of the free ) to
county are hosting a grant
r' chicken pilau supper to publicize) the ,Also invited to speak are the 6th location and address of the pro- Sept. 11 edition the Telegraph incorrectly ad valorem tax exemptions to new,.
Senatorial' District runoff candidates perty. reported that Carl Hurst candidate businesses and .
Hwy M-tM-M7l proposed special Are tax district that expansions of existing :
i, George Kirkpatrick and Property appraiser Jimmy Alvarez for tax collector, polled IS business.
/ In K.yetoneIl.tghn l /I will be voted on In the Oct. 7 Second \
: Perry C. McGrlff Jr., both of has estimated that the one cent tax In, votes In Precinct 14. .
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Is invited.
; In Lake IUll.r Primary. public Gainesville; and the U.S. Senate Candidates the unincorported areas will raise approximately Hurst actually polled 82 votes 'In Nbi.. 5 To allow business inventories ,;"

141W.. 6tll Av.. '. Serving will start at 4 p.m. and con- Bill Gunter and Richard ; 1123,000: which will be Precinct 14. The ,, Telegraph. and livestock to be classified I
414-1071 ... tinue til 8, after which candidates will Stone. They will be allowed. five used by the County Department, and "..,j".: apologizes. .' for.'theerror. <'1 r' .(?..jftWThe *;'for lax rye u r' exempted, from 1 v'taxation. '
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42-6 OPUsing .- BBS Girls Beat Macclenny

I PW Cowboys Romp by ,--;


an aggressive defense and a Cowboy OP MitesO-7 For First Volleyball WinGirl I

strong running game, the Bradford 1I nND..r a .
defeated Park 424 -- _Y- Monday night, :sept.
Cowboys Orange here
first
afternoon in Warner ,,"-Y- .eO Playing In Starke at noon on Saturday Tornado volley J bailers split two game rallied to
Saturday Pop Bradford girls
action. _Y- .1N Sept. 20. the Mighty Mite matches this past week losing 2-1 to 22, when the .
football 17.1n with Santa Fe after a good start and take the match 2-0.
.. Cowboys fell on hard luck an 0-7 exceptionally
The Mighty Might Cowboys playeda 10" Jackson played
beating Baker High 2-0 here Monday Hope
tough game but were edged 7-O by 11 sa loss to Orange Park. well and Lisa Alvarez served 4 pointsas
This left them with a 0 and record. night.
Orange Park in a game played at first 15-8.
-b1- The girls play again tonight BUS won the game
noon Saturday in Starke. ow . ( Behind the serves of Lisa Alvarez,
Thursday Sept. 25)) at IS atGainesville
The Junior PeeWee Cowboys were -... 11114141t Playing nose to nose until the third High School. p.m. Terrle Thomas,and Vonda Brown the
shut out 25-0: by Mlddleburg.Next --.. quarter the pint-sized gridders of They return home for three 7 p.m. Tornadoes won the second game 13-7
1Navra.Mlara.e.c Starke held the Orange Park Dolphins matches next week hosting Baker to win their first match.
scheduled: action Is for Saturday _.,.-......I--plea. ar.e.r. 0- 0. However, the Dolphins finally High (Macclenny)Monday, Sept. 29; The girls! are 1-2 on the season.
Oct. 4.with the Mighty Midgets .... r- -N..a.w MrMc..e. were able to slip away and scare: The r Mlddleburg. Tuesday. Sept. 30, and
meeting Creen Cove Springs at Brad- .,..--../-e-.pct( I4.r.e.O.ry.7.A. Cowboys were unable to come back Santa Fe next Thursday, Oct.2. Golf Tournament
ford Field at noon for a home game. .-...-.....-............w.1.4,N..a-ne.- even though they gave it their best The BHS girls won the first game
Junior Pee Wees play Orange Park in lN..w awy 15-4 in a Sept. 18 match at Santa Fe. Winners Announced
Orange Park at 6 p.m. for an away Highlighting the Cowboys were the tureen Bass served 9 of the 15 points.
game.The Pee Wees meet up with the Cowboys 6 efforts of Harold Chandler who gained Tornadoof Tracy Hankerson 4. and Terrie Winners of the pool tournament at
Green Cove Springs Team at Brad- Mlddleburg 25 over 15 yards Saturday, the aggressive Thomas 2. The Younger Generation are David
ford Field at 4 p.m.for a home game. tackles: of TruIn Blye.Derek Santa Fe came back to win the second Williams, Jimmy Schoening, John
The Junior Midgets have Lake Butler Going up against a tough Mid- Dean,Shawn Nichols and Lance Wig-- theWeek game 15-12 then trounced BHS Bishop,Robert Kennen.
come to Starke for a home game dleburg team, the Stark Junior Pee gins.An. 15-5 in the Uebreaker game. Williams won in the 10,11,12 age
which begins at 4 p.m. Wee Cowboys lost 254 Saturday,Sept. excellent effort by Gerald "It Just seems as though mistakes J group, Schoening In the 13-14 age
20, in Middleburg. Bradham came when he Intercepted a hurt us In the second and third games. group, Bishop in the 15-16 age group,
With a number of offensive fumblesand Dolphin pass on the Cowboy 10 yard We weren't able to snap out of it," and Kennen in the 17-18 age group.
Cowboys 42 OP 6 penalties, the Bradford Junior line,ending their scoring drive.Don Charlie Brown said Coach Inez Harvey. The Younger Generation,a recrea-
Coach Ronnie Thomas had nothingbut Pee Wee Cowboys lost their second nie Roberts Is credited with stopping Vonda Brown had a good spike In tion center for young people on East
praise for his offensive line after game of the season.Capitalizing another drive by Orange Park in the Junior defensive end Charlie Brown the second game.Macclenny Call Street, plans more pool tour-
fourth quarter while Eugene Blye and has been named Tornado of the Week 6-1 In theo naments in the future.
the Cowboys romped 42-6 over Orange on a fumble t late in the was.leading
Stroud each sacked the for his performance against Eastside
Dolphin
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Billy
Park afternoon,Sept. 20. went
Saturday onto -
fourth quarter the Cowboys .
Quarter back. Ball carriers were of Gainesville. __-.. -
the score: board with a TD. Ron Kevin Jackson Chuck Morrow,Mark Brown had 7 tackles and 1 assist to .. .. .. ... .' ,,
Thomas made the recovery for Starke McKinney.and Harold Chandler. lead the defense in that department '
which led to the score. against Eastside. \ Steakman
Brown got into the Eastside The
backfield caused a fumble, deftly
JV Gridders caught the ball which popped up, and d It Again
ran it 15 yards into the endzone for a : Does

touchdown. ,.
Brown was an offensive guard at .-.
Lose 12-O the first of the season, but quickness .,
was needed at defensive end and IINTRODUCINGrsrj
Brown was shifted there. Right now, .
EastsideBaby the 170-pound junior Is coming along
To
fine at defensive end Coach David
Hurse says.Defensive.
Tornado gridders lost 12-0 to a
Back of the Week was
bigger Eastside junior varsity in Brian Thomas the junior who moved
Gainesville last Thursday afternoon, STARKE 0RECYCLING into the starting safety position
Sept. 16.Coach. against Eastside. Thomas respondedwith
Rick Stephens gave high a pass interception and two '
BHS defense,
praise to the entire tackles.
however, for holding the score down."I Fullback Mike Jordan was named : -
don't know how many years" Back-of-Uie-Week for his 19 carries C.$1.:1
Eastside has beaten us 20-30 points, and 85 yards gained, a 4.5 yard
Stephens recalls.
average. Jordan was the workhorse
Singled out by Coach Stephens for of the offense against Eastside, and
their play were linebackers John Bennett -
ran hard Coach Hume
and Blaine Dyal tackles Robert Best hit awards went says.to defensive

Godwin Bell and and Mike Carollemonster!, Tony man CENTER INC: end Jimmy Wright and mlddleguard YaI1JAe..e\S s\ Bed1eGes Poll
( relation after .
Kenny Wright no ) (e
Larry Long, safety Melvin Randall, coaches watched films. Fries
and Warren cornerbacks, and Ricky Bo Alvarez.Hannon,Richard We Love to Pass the Buck game freoc"

BHS got down inside the Eastside 15 THEBRADFORDCOUNTY 0\ Gco a S\aW\ '
yard line once, and should have TELEGRAPH P\ \
scored Coach Stephens says. 1' errComplete Published Thursdayat 9 .
every Includes
Running back Bruce Simmons \
138 W.Call Street
played an outstanding game, Coach Starke,Florida 32M1 ..
Stephens added. l
The Tornadoes got to run only eight Class postage at
Second paid
offensive plays in the second half Starke.Florida (YmWI3I1 V0
however, as Eastside kept control of


the dage."Our football kids and really ground played out the good.yar-" Types of RecyclingAll AluminumAll In trade Subscription fS.00 area six:11.00 months Rates per:year E(IaJu) ?! ll l3I3 13

Eastside was a lot bigger, as usual, 964.6567-
Stephens noted. 1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke FLorida
Outside trade area:'1..08 per year
Stephens played all the 9th and lOtl .Sizes & .Shapes $5.50 six months
graders who made the. trip to
Gainesville.The ,
Tornadoes play at home tonight WE BUY
(Thursday, Sept. 25)) against a strong
Gainesville High team at 7 p.m. Vince COPPER t9 LEAD ALUMINUM
Culverson will play quarterback
.BATTERIES
against GHS to take advantage of the .BRASS .RADIATORS
fact that Culverson can throw
Stephens said. Craig Sapp who NOW BUYING NEWSPAPERS *
quarterbacked against Eastside, will I
play halfback.

Probable offensive starters against TIED IN BUNDLES.
GHS will be center Randy Connors, .?brings you savings from$GO.CO To $150.00 during this...
guards Blaine Dyal and Steve Spell,
tackles Tony Bell and Robert Godwin, per lb. for
ends Mike Carroll,Melvin Randall,or
John Bennett. 250 AluminumCans
The ninth grade team will play its
first game Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. at Macclen
ny. Coach Stephens said he will keepone
ninth grader from each position
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give them experience.
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; ::1 hearing on Jack Courtnay's peti- than frills."
: tion for change In zoning to permit a The board voted unanimously to
V multi-family development 2V4 miles table the matter until its September
southwest of Keystone Heights on 30 meeting to give members time to
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: SR-21 will not be held at the Tuesday make an on-sight Inspection of the
Sept. 30, meeting of the Bradford area. However Zoning Director L.M.
County Zoning Board as originally Gaines said this week that Courtney
+ scheduled.The had requested a 30-day extension
I'? r 'NJ hearing has been delayed for 30 from that date which would place the
s days on request of Courtnay who told hearing at the October meeting.
the zoning office he needed time to
Lake PUD Hearing
kw"e'. 1 prepare more detailed plans for the Crosby
.la I 1I w r.w development to present to the board. Courtney's delay will make another
del/ Courtney's original request ran into hearing on a proposed PUD development
opposition at the August board west of Starke \the main item of
meeting from a number of nearby business at the board's September 30
: property owners who said the high meeting. The Planned Unit Development
density development would changethe is being requested by Mr. and
character of an otherwise low density Mrs.A.J.Thomas,Jr.of Fort Lauder-
neighborhood. dale on 179 acres lying between
j'J'; Members of the zoning board also SR-100 and Crosby Lake.
b... tG..rh 4 ....!!f h ..r. seemed doubtful that there had been According to R.D. Tarbox of
sufficient planning for recreationareas Gainesville representing Mr. and
Power Pole Wreck for tenants who would occupy Mrs. Thomas, the development will
l struck tricky In'much of Starke, Lawtey and Keystone Height The power pole broke the high density development. In reply Include areas for single family dwellings -
This Is what was left of the semi-trailer and tractor which a power poleon oft 30 feet up. and the top part wlndmllled around the power lines, a witness Courtnay said there would be an multi-family dwellings,
US-301 In Starke last Friday night blacking out much of the surroundingarea. open area available for walking. He neighborhood shops and offices a

said.Nobody was. seriously Injured, even Police Chief Jimmy Bowen who was run said the units were primarily designed recreation area and buffer zones.
over while directing traffic. for low cost fuel-efficient housingfor Tarbox said the residential development
The truck struck a power pole with a transformer on It that controlled elee-
retired citizens on limited Incomes would come first, with business
who were interested more In economy and professional offices to come later.




I Wreck Puts Local Power Out for HoursPower Increase Considered I


at Hearing in Live OakA
estimated to the tractor-trailer at$75,000; damage to the three
was out for some time in the area after a tractor-trailer struck a power Police damage
pole Friday night, Sept. 19, that resulted In two people being Injured, the Brad- vehicles owned by Mary Brown and the sign at 3700. $2,000 damage was final public hearing has been a 66 percent Increase for Union County

ford High-Eastside football game delayed for 1V4 hours and Starke Police Chief estimated to the power pole.cited James for DWI and no valid drivers license. scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 25, at but Property Appraiser Wllford
Jimmy Bowen being run over while directing traffic at the scene. Patrolman W.K. Mcintire traffic in front of his 5:15: p.m. at the city hall In Live Oak Croft sent the tax roll in to the DOR at
Starke Police Chief Jimmy M. Bowen 47, was directing
not restored until the next morning in many local areas. 20 increase.
Power was Involving the 15 counties Including a percent
Paul Kalv, district manager for Florida Power and Light Company told this 1975 Ford sedan when it was struck by a northbound vehicle Friday Sept. 19,at Bradford and Union,by the Suwannee Croft is on vacation this week and
paper 1,800 customers were affected by the power outages mostly in the Starke- 11:56: p.m.Florida. River Water Management District was not available for comment.
He stated some customers did not have service restored until 6:40: Highway Patrol records show a 1977 Mercury sedan operated by Jo its
Lawteyarea. which to Increase
of Starke northbound on US-301 and Bowen's car was parked proposes property
Ann Solze 40, was
listed Jefferson County as
a.m. Sat., Sept. 20. tax 46 percent over the district. Morgan
blue
Kalv stated his company supplies Clay Electric Co-op power at the New River facing northeast across the Inside northbound traffic lane with revolving failedto Don Morgan executive director of an example of the state showing the
traffic when Solze
Sub-Station 3 miles west of Starke on SR100. lights on it. Bowen was In front of his vehicle directing the water management district ex- tax roll at a 17 percent Increase while
Clay Co-op customers were affected for approximately an hour according to stop or change lanes colliding with the 197S Ford sedan. Solze's vehicle then plained that the district will levy a the property appraiser sent the roll in
a spokesman for that firm. The spokesman listed substations In Waldo spun around and struck Bowen. single ad valorem tax for the entire for certification at percent increase.
Brooker Florahome Keystone Heights, Riverview and Worthington Springs FHP records show both Bowen and Boise. were treated in the Bowen emergency sustained room district and it will vary from county to Morgan stated the DOR certified the
plus Florida State Prison as the other areas affectred. Alachua Bradford at Bradford County Hospital and released after treatment. an county. He stated we are forced by roll in that county at percent.
Union Putnam and Clay counties were affected by the power outage. injury to his left elbow and numerous cuts and bruises. state statute to use the assessed Morgan listed the millage increaseat
from Lake FHP listed the 1975 Ford sedan as a total loss and $1,500 damage to the 1977
Kalv stated work crews from Starke were assisted by personnel values projected. ; the state. .257 mills\ as compared to 2/10ths of
City in trying to restore the area back to normal service. Mercury sedan. a mill during the 1979-80 fiscal year,a
Kalv stated the reason the area from US-301 north to the Lawtey area was Trooper D.C. Roberts who was assisting at the scene of the other accident In- Morgan listed as the state showing 28.5 percent increase.
without power for so long was to allow work crews to get the pole replaced and vestigated this wreck and cited Solze for wreckless driving.

repair the conductors.
Starke Utility Director Merrill Dees said power in most areas of the city was
out for approximately 90 minutes after the power pole was knocked down.
Two people were Injured when according to Starke Police records at 9:20:
p.m. Friday Sept. 19, a 1972 International Tractor pulling a 1974 Fruehauf
Trailer operated by Larry Dean James, of Jackson Gap Alabama was southbound -
AH J,1S.301.WJUDT.Ule tractar;-trailer ran off the.roadway: and struck. a*. I{
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of B and F Auto Sales that was parked on the lot.
The collision then caused the 1973 Cadillac sedan strike a 1975 Buick sedan
also owned by Mary Brown pushing that vehicle into a sign. The rear end of the '
Buick then struck a 1973 Plymouth sedan in the left rear.
Starke police records show James and a passenger in the tractor trailer were !4 I
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SATURDAY.OCT..4. IS DEADLINE REGISTERING TO VOTE!;IN Two yellowed clippings from the the Georgia Southern Florida
townsite
The old Brooklyn
GENERAL ELECTION December 8, 1919 Issue of The Railroad.
,
-Ie iCIe Telegraph tell something about the Is to be eliminated as a resident town

-Ie Registration Books Open In Courthouse. Monday Through Saturday iCIe early beginnings of Keystone Heights called will and the be utilized station for and freightage.trackage there The
first
8:30A.M. to 5:00 P.M. -tciC which apparently, was company will station at
Keystone Park. termius
the northern of Keystone

Under the heading, "LAKE Avenue at its intersection with the
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.. ....................................J. ............ REGION SETTLING UP," The G.S. *hotel F., and will a commanding at once build site a
$40,000 upon
Telegraph reporter wrote:
fronts
already being landscaped that
BHS OpenhouseSet The southeastern portion of Brad- both upon Lake Geneva and Keystone

For Sept.: 30 ford County Is a part of the lake Lake.A .
etiTORlALS ; region which extends through Clay, feature of this
Putnam and Alachua Counties.It Is a redeeming
All parents of Bradford High School: lovely terrain of hills, valleys and townsite II the fact that not one old unsightly

.. ... students are Invited to participate In small, clear lakes. The land supports building occupies the groundsthat
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--............ : 1iIli1iFIiL:: the 1980-81 school year OPEN a growth many kinds of hardwoods, have been selected,as it is planned

HOUSE. The event is scheduled for as well as pine, and the soil has provo by therailroadtomovethepresent
7:00: P.M., September 50. at the high ed to be deep,rich and on account of section help quarters to the old
school library.A brief orientation session being underlain with clay near the Brooklyn site, thus eliminating the
Housing Authority Broadens will be given and classroom surface is capable of retaining only object: that interferes.A .
visitations will be the main emphasis moisture.In .
.
of the evening. club house and pavilion will be

Eligibility for Loans 1878 a number of northern built upon Lake Geneva at once, and
The major purpose of the OPEN families settled between Brooklynand several owners are now clearing their
HOUSE is to acquaint the public with Theressa attracted by the picturesque lots in preparation for building handsome -
the physical plant the names of the landscape, but after spending bungalows upon them.
Response was immediateand not afford to make the required teachers and the routine of high their means in building comfortable
'/ school activities. If parents wish to work has been given in
enthusiastic following the ''''''' payments on homes residences and clearing some The townsite
discuss Individual student concerns: land, they had to leave or starve, as charge of Landscape Engineer B.C.
Bradford County Housing that, due to inflation, are now with the teachers, separate con- Jenkins which assures the company
idealists and not practical
Finance Authority's action demanding $50,000 or higher ference times should be arranged they were Of their fine residences of many attractive park and street
Monday authorizing an increase price tag. It was obvious that during the regular work day.FORESTRY. pioneers.there Is not a trace left. features.An 80.footpeved avenue terminating
m income level for per- the allowable income level at the hotel grounds in a big

sons eligible to apply for the needed to be increased to a Some time ago the Lawrence circular civic center, where also will
11.5 percent mortgage money realistic figure to allow an ap- Development Company bought up be located: places of amusement Is a
large tracts of land between Theresa feature. One of the first buildings to
offered under the program. With interest on conven- plicant to make the paymentson and Lake Geneva, and the new town be erected will be a substantial store,
a home in today's infla- of Keystone has succeeded: Brooklyn. the owner being now on the ground.
Under the new guidelines, tional loans, as well as V.A. 111I .1A1r0. CO11MTYay
This will be pretentious town, as
tionary economy. a
households up to four and FmHA linancing rising to shown elsewhere in this Issue our
members may now have a 13 percent or more this week, Persons interested in the authority being the Green Cove This townsite one the new propos
combined income of $26,700 the 11.5 bond money is becom- bond finance program should Tunes. Part of the settlement will be ed bard-surfaced road that it is proposed

and still benefit by the housing ing more and more attractiveand not delay action too long, as in Bradford County, which means to bond, for and and that build will In put the
much for Starke.Improved roads bet- coming year
bond money, available at 11.5 many new applicationswill less than five months remain == ween Starke and Keystone may be ex- Western Clay on the map and within
percent interest. Before the be investigating the pro- before the February 6 easy reach of Green Cove Springs In

the gram. Some others will be re- deadline for receiving ap pected.... fact this road should become at once
board's action Monday
applying who were previouslyshut plications. All signs point to a The of Florida bas had one of the main state highways of the
total income could not exceed out because of the lower continued rise in interest Its asphalt rest land.This is the In the same Dec. S, 1919 issue there state inasmuch as all traffic will go
The allowable income Service another article headed over it from Jacksonville to
$22,400. finding of the latest U.S. Forest was :
income requirement.In 'rates and the difference of inven- Gainesville by auto when one considers -
level is tied to the monthly Forest Survey a periodic
and even one or two percent dur- tory of the forest resources conducted EXIT BROOKLYN the number of miles to be saved
consumer index figures making its decision, the ing the life of a 30 year mor- every ten years in each state of the Keystone Park Is New TownIn over any other route.
be further increased as Line
may recognizedthe Clay On Bradford
Housing Authority
tgage may make the difference nation.
the median income figure continues fact that a household witha in whether a home is The following Interesting news of This route, through the western end
to rise. $22,400 total income could affordable or: unaffordable. The 1980 Florida Survey completed the creation of a stylish new town in of the county is equal to any of the
this spring reflects a nationwide Clay County abutting on the Bradford scenic highways so much advertised
trend of decreased forest land. Look- County dine, we reproduce from down the state, as it traverses innumerable
ing back to 1138, Just 42 years ago,the the current number of the Green Cove beautiful lakes and hills
first Florida Survey showed 23.S Times.The town Is in the lake region passes many prosperous farms anJranches
million acres of commercial forest beginning in southeastern Bradford, and gives one a taste of the
I Firemen Take Case to VotersThe land. The I960 survey shows only 15.4 and a more lovely location could not unbroken pine forests and the virgin -
million acres-net loss of 800,000 be found. The soil is also excellent. lands yet to be occupied.: :
acres of commercial forest land The Times says:

county's volunteer has a regular firefighting 1980-81 (not yet adopted) the Mast of the loss is in Central and The Lawrence Development Co.. The Mr.new Jenkins pavilion, with will a baseball be In chargeof game

firemen are inviting the truck c a 1958 LaFrance, as opposed Commission has proposed a South Florida and Is due to Intensive which Is clearing: several thousand featured each week during the I
public to a free chicken pilau to most of the other total of $15,750 for the agriculture and more recently urban acres for the planting of pecans and season. Mr. Jenkins is forming four
Saturday night to hear a full equipment, which at one time volunteer departments, as development, which Is transforming to urban Satsuma oranges in the western end team league,one of the teams playingat
of why they needa was used by the military, but compared with $27,290 in the large acreages permanently of the county has had its engineer Keystone Park each Saturday
explanation uses. last few weeks March 1st. The following
which has been converted busy during the laying beginning
by current 1979-80 These
special tax district with a budget. out their new townsite which Is to be towns will be represented: Hampton,
one-mill levy to meet the volunteers to their own needs. funds were budgeted l because, The Florida Division of Forestry. known as Keystone Park the name Keystone Park, Melroee, and Lake

equipment needs and other Most of the equipment dates even if the Special Fire Department ServIces.of Agriculture is concerned and aboutthis con being taken from the Keystone StatePennsylvania Butler.
their various District Tax is approved on sumer ( ) where most of the
of back the The loss of forest Division
expenses to early 1950s. resources.
old
gentlemen interested in the company Tractors are now tearing up the
departments.The volunteers who have to use October 7,. the tax money Director John Bethea says that until live. hills around Keystone Park
this outdated stuff are finding levied under its provisionswill 1V70, acreage moved back and forth preliminary to the setting of pecan
firemen in unincor- that the the County is not be received until between forest and agriculture as The location of the new town is and orange trees. Many hundreds of
money fiscal land was cleared, used, then planted of to be set within the next 60
the shores are
1981-82. Ideal-lying along big acres
year
of
porated areas the county able to appropriate for them back to forest when It became idle. Lake Geneva and extending back to days.
will doubtless point out that does not cover the cost of If volunteer fire depart- This is still going on, but during the

they're using equipment as maintaining the trucks and ments are to operate in a man- last decade the rate of conversion
old as a 1941 truck, and their tankers adequately. Money ner to protect property and back to forest has diminished rapidly.

newest piece of equipment is a for new equipment, and not lives in their areas, they must Forest land produces the raw

1967, 5ooo-gallon tanker. for salaries (they don't have efficient and up-to-date materials for many products and provides County Agents By

receive any) is the only solu- equipment to work with. It is much needed space for recreation .
"The same old equipmentwon't tion to keeping adequate fire hoped that the voters turn out wildlife habitats and water pro- BobbyTaylor I
tection. g.
hold up forever, the protection in the unincor- in full strength Saturday to .J

Lawtey volunteer fire chief porated areas of the county, hear the firemen explain their Bethea says, "Because the outlook ;

told the city council of that they believe.In problems and ask for public to the year:300 projects: erosion of pre- Phone: 964-6280 __
town at a meeting several of the Fire lent forest lands by as much as 1-U4
support proposed
months ago. His department its temporary budget for District. million acres,the forests that are left
must be managed more intensively September has been a busy month will be an eating meeting and will be
the forests that are most productive with meetings programs and activities held at the Agriculture Building in
must identified and efforts made to for our farm community. Starke at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16.
I Grant Effort Finally Pays OffThe persuade the owners to retain them in Looks like October will be more of the .
their forest production state." same. These activities and programs The Association will be finalizing
offer a lot of good Information for plans and rules and regulations for
favor and the delegation was All of this presents a somewhatjloomyoutiookparticularly those who participate.One their 1981 4-H and FFA Swine Show
from Washingtonthat The City first made applica- In light of
news and Sale. All Bradford and Union
Starke has been awardeda tion for funds to convert all of cordially received by DOE of- the fact that at the same time our big activity coming up Is the County Swine Producers are Invitedto
federal grant to convert one its generators to wood- ficials, who were helpful in [brat land is decreasing: ,the demandfor Annual Farm Bureau membership Join the association and/or attend
of its municipal burning units, but that application suggesting that the Starke ap [ forest products is lncreasing..byis meeting. A majority of the over 800 this meeting.
generator was turned: down by plication Be scaled down and much as 200% according to the membership is expected to attend and
power plant from oil and gas rewritten to meet more latest estimate. enjoy a chicken and pork pilau supperprepared The Bradford-Union Cattlemen will
to a wood-burning prototype the Department of Energy.On by a group of select meet at 8 p.m. Thursday Oct. 19, at
using an alternate source of specifically the criteria as set With growing scarcity, prices for "cooks". There will be entertain- the Union County Courthouse in Lake
was not only exciting the theory that half a forth by DOE. Under this revi- [crest products will rise and although ment, and the membership will elect Butler. They, too, will be finalizing
energy
those the call- tome substitutes for these products board of directors for the for the 1981 4-H and
of- loaf is better than none, sion new application a next year. plans FFA Steer
and but it also
rewarding, making the local effort to obtain ed for conversion of only one nay be developed, without changes Show and Sale to be held at the Bradford
fered an object lesson in the and then if heavy Importation of wood is a grow- The Farm Bureau meeting Is set County Fair In late March. October
the did not give unit to start with
old adage that perseverancepays. grant up ng possibility. According: : to Director Saturday, Oct. 4, at the NationalGuard 1 is the deadline for 4-H and
the fight, but redoubled their that proves successful in Sethea. even more frightening is the Armory on Edwards Road in FFA Steer entries for this show and
efforts, and a local delegation, operating with energy from luestion.,"Where can we go to import Starke. Be there at 6 p.m. to enjoy an sale.
accompanied by IFAS staff wood gasification, continue fresh air, clean water and recralocalspace excellent evening of fun, fellowshipand

The welcome news climaxed members from the University conversion of the other unitsin ?" good eating. The cattlemen will also be making

more than six months of effort flew to Washington, buttonholing stages. There will be two events for our plans election for of their officers annual: to meeting be held and in

on the part of the City of members of Welty to HeadGuidance swine producers next month.The big- December.

Starke and local citizens, Florida's congressional Clinic Bd. gest will be the 25th Annual Swine
working in close cooperationwith delegation as well as DOE of- The moral to this story is Field Day on Thursday, Oct. 9. The Another big activity to be held next
morning session will be held at the month is the Sunbelt Agricultural: Ex-'
the University of Florida ficials, to find out just why the "don't give up the ship," New officers were elected Bradford-by the University of Florida Swine Research position on October 14-16 in Moultrie,
Institute of Food and Starke application was turned "never take no loran answer"or board of directors at the Center Just off Archer Road on the Georgia. The Exposition has

Agricultural Sciences to obtain down. perhaps, "if you can't get nesting Union Guidance Thursday Clinic, Sept., Inc.IS monthly, at the University of Florida campus. something for everyone, not Just .

funding under the govern- all you want, take what you Starke office. ''The farmers. I have promotional
of The to morning session will feature a literature and details about this. Call
ment's alternate sources trip Washington
tit can get and make the best of
the scales in Starke Starke Attorney Richard Welty was tour of the swine facilities for a view me if you are Interested, or need in-
energy program. ped it. of research activities that under formation this .
elected president] succeeding Rev.George are on or the other activities :-.
L. Harper, who retired from way. Producers will see and hear I've mentioned.
r the ministry and moved to about breeding feeding farrowingand
Gainesville. Harper resigned officially growing pigs in confinement.

penurnwI at the end of August from
tofu president
k board of directors and as After a meeting of the Florida Pork
Her. Harper served as president Producers Association: the group will
four move to the Livestock: PaviTlion I for aprocr.m
(! LtL3VUplC almost years. of speakers on topics that

Rev. Nicholas Daniels of Union should be of interest to all of us.
vice-president,

4r/ON BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER succeeding Welted Anyone In. or interested in swine L I'rrnO//rles
production Is encouraged to attend
Publishers Robert A.Draggers of Union County the field day. I hope to see you there.

,,,"",h......h Tht.,....,...4 m.r'4.,tvconc)Cl...MOHo r or th.Pail OMIc"tlmik. H..undw' Act ol March 3. 1179 was elected treasurer, succeeding
Daniels. Another meeting of swine producers In 1921 and 1922

Subscription r.t.In trad.real S*,.>v..r:(S III Month wu Is the monthly meeting of the "Man-O-War". the tagendaryracehone
County
Oul.id.lr.d.0.:110: P.,Vc-ar ti.SO SI. Month. Olivia Scott of btadford Bradford-Union Swine Producers won 20 of 21
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Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary The Auxiliary voted to buy a new
were given a review of the Educational color TV for the hospital lobby
SPooial SPMe
Loan Proposal by Mrs.Sandra to be rack,
O'BriantJohnson with room put up on a
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man at the dinme.moe.ponday Auxiliary having complete
control of it.
nlghlat the Western Steak J--. The 1
new furniture 'Ofthe front
Mrs. O'BriantrJohnson presented J gl-J" m-t
waiting room has been Installed that
Hj eight areas for study to the membersand was purchased by the Auxiliary,and .
a committee was appointed to the old furniture In that was liar IJJJ. ..
work with her for future assignment. area he Jfou !
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The committee Is composed of Lucile placed In the new wing waiting room. 9.76IQiYI Dry! *

Green, Kay McKlnley. Linda Johns
Nellie Martha McGee.Palmer, Ada Reddish anJ Mrs. LInda Adkins

President Doris Overstreet presided Honored At
over the meeting and heard Stork ShowerMrs. Iota Delta Holds First Me.tlng
Deborah Ea_. reports from committee chairmen. I
Johnnie Sumner Jr.. The secretary read two resignations: .Linda Adklns was honored at a XI Iota Delta Exemplor chapter of Summer activities included a Weeks, U.D.C. '
one from Becky Basford Hospitality stork shower last Thursday night Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of peanut '5 and beginning
Shop Flower chairman and Michelle given by Mrs. Kitten Denmark and Marie wynn Sept. 8 for their first August 24 with Ice cream social at the To Meet Oct. 1
Deborah A. Eason Smith as Candy Striper sponsor.Debi Mrs.Judy Hansen at the home of the. meeting of the year.,, Wynn's lake place.Several members W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. will
Johnnie Overstreet,a new member baa taken latter. and guests attended and reported hold their first fall meeting Wednesday
D. Sumner, Jr. over.Candy Striper sponsor.Other The serving table was covered witha Celebrating- the IIOtb anniversary or having a good time. ,Oct. 1, at 3 p.m. at the home of
Engagement Told.Mr. new members welcomed Into the Auxiliary white linen cloth and was centered Beta Sigma Phi, the theme for the Members are reminded to Mrs.0.'".Beailev and Mrs.J.W.Kin-.
and Mrs. Johnnie D. Sumner were Sylvia Brown and Betty with an arrangement of pastel silk year will be "Sbare GoldenTreasures" remember the luncheon at the Alhambra cald with Mrs. J.D. Seymour as co-
announce the Smith. flowers,doves and a net umbrella.. Dinner Theatre on Saturday, bos teu.
engagement and approaching It was voted to have two delegates A crossword puzzle baby game was Sept.27.
marriage of their son, attend the annual meeting of the played by the guests and Mrs. I
Johnnie D.Sumner,Jr. Deborah Eight members and
to A. Association Dorothy one guest:Connie III
of Florida Auxiliaries Dowdy won the prize.
Eason. daughter of Richard Eason of Hospital Best Linda Bowen,
Elk City. Okla. and Mrs. Nora Orlando.which will be held Nov. 5-7 in Adklns The with hostesses presented Mrs. Bryan, Cherie Cox Harriet, ANNOUNCING the Opening ofirii11R1Olaelr IU I
a baby quilt as a memento Brenda smithHodge
Sander of Ofallon,HI. Clarice of the occasion.Approximately. Slade,Rose::
Stephens was appointed I
cochairman -
The wedding will take place Wynn and guest Rhonda Griffls en-
December:20 in of the Hospitality. Shop 45 guests attended Joyed a short business I
Ofallon 111. meeting andprogram )
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scheduling.More members urged including: honoree mother Mrs.
The will reside In Elk given
OkJa. couple City to sign up for working In the ahop.WI Pauline DeVore. Airplane: Instrument by Wayne fly nl g. Wynn on I


Miss Karen Reddish' J SUNDAY- ---SCHOOL 200ih BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION .... Il J i fUJI UI[! [b i

Shower HonoreeMiss 10", 407 W. Washington St.

Karen Reddish 'whose marriage I September 28, 1980 9:45: AM Up"S A
to Richard Torode will be
an
event of Oct.18,was complimented at I Monday, Sept 22nd
a bridal bower Thursday night,Sept. I FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S I
18, at the home of the hostess Mrs. Hot Lunches and SnacksFor
Levon Andrews on W.Madison Street.
The refreshment table was covered Walnut & Jefferson 964-6864
with an ecru Imported cutwork linen More Information Call 964-7452
cloth and was centered with an arrangement -
of silk flowers In tones of SPECIAL HISTORICAL PLAY OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Owned & Operated by Cindy & Maxie Reddish
peach. This was flanked by white
tapers in crystal holden decorated
with baby's breath and peach silk -PtUS-
owera.Greenery and silk flowers encircled I
the party cake and crystal

puMb and a bowl frozen which mold held of fresh peach fruit.punch A Young Adult Class v Study of Prayer V ** Adult Study NOTICE NOTICE NOTICECITY

compote of fresh fruit was served and 9:45: / ..m. Sundays I
Sundays.6:00 I _
: p.m. 8:50: p.m.
nuts. on Ufe &Teachings of Jesus
Gomes were played one of which 18 a .bov. Sept. 28 Nov. 9th I
enabled the guests to write a story I Sundays 9:45 ..m. OF STARKE/
about Karen and Richard,"from then Individual Prayer Enrichment '
until when". Prizes were awarded.
The hostess presented the honoree \
with a silk flower corsage and a piece 'ii Library and Book Center of Christian Literature OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES FOR THE
of her stemware of her chosen
crystal. 8:30: am. 4:30 p.m. Week Days YEAR 1980 1981 ARE DUE
Special guests were Mrs. Lamar
Reddish, mother of the brideelectand OCTOBER
Mrs. John Torode, mother of the 1, 1980
prospective groom A CENTER FOR CHRISTIAN GROWTH & NURTUREFor Ii I I II

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Mrs. Louise Moore of Klngsley Transportation Call 964.6864 MERRILL/ EDWARDSCITY
Lake underwent hip surgery In CLERK
Orange Park Hospital on Sunday.

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Perry McGriff-"I have said in the
Bradford County and realizing that you might have
past that I favor the ERA and will

questions concerning me and my campaign, support the ERA.



I have decided to be available at my home,



,680 W.11.1. dina St.Starke today,ThllndaJ Sept 25th GEORGE KIRKPATRICK 'is the ONLY candidate who has the

From the hours 12 Noon to 8 PM overwhelming support of STOP ERA forces like "Women For

Responsible Political Action". GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the

To answer any questions concerning my campaign, ONLY candidate who will fight the Extreme Liberal Element to

protect our Interests.
my personal life, my business activities, my previous

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II Gwen Marie Zach and Erie Robert Biggs AA arried: Aug. 30 at First Methodist Church Eastern Star Steak Supper

Miss Gwen Marie Zack, grand- Albert Thornton Mrs. Joseph Valin- Supper Sept. 27 At Elks Lodge
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. L.S.Tanner ski and Mrs. Maxie Carter :Jr. "bEaaterDStarwWbaveacovereddiah
Elks dub will have a
Starke chapter. 1224. Order of the your
of and Erie Robert
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Lawtey Biggs Following a wedding trip to South rt'tk at the Lodge
of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Biggs of Florida is own supper"
on the J
couple
residing at ,
t Saturday, Sept. 27, at 18:30: p.m. for
Starke were united In KIngsley Lake. y, 11, at 7 p.m.
Saturday, August 30. at in with The bride and groom both In tae aaatenl0 Hall. members and guests.
First United Methodist Church graduated from Bradford High All Masons and their families are '
Rev. Warren Langer performing the School. The bride is employed at Dr. invited to attend.
nuptials. J.E. Denmark and Dr. William Mar- A
Centering the altar were two standing chese office as dental assistant. The Mr. and Mra.'Jimmy Wiggins and Wayne Henley of Advance, N.C.
baskets of gladiolus and groom is employed at Biggs Body family of Jacksonville visited Mr.and was guest the first of the week of Mr.
a background of a 13 Shop. I
against
greenery
Mrs. Orle Wiggins on Saturday. and Mrs.Jerome Johns.
branch candelabra with burning
tapers, greenery and a unity candle. I
Mrs. Drew Reddish, pianist, DR. JAMES K. HESTER .
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presented a program of nuptial Sheila Belcher
music. OptometristIn
Keith Carter served as best man Gary Owens th9 .laving' to''pun....further.....,'011....training' 'In eye coi*,
and the ushers were Jay Godwin, Wed Aug. 16 j 'vli" .ptoa. ...d to announce that
John Denmark, Jr. and Allen Mon- STARKE'OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATESwill
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Belcher of
tgomery. mum hit gonoral practice of effective, July 21,1 1980.
Miss Sarah Biggs, sister of the Starke announce the marriagetheir of ( opfonwtry
groom attended as maid of honor. daughter, Sheila, to Gary Dr>Kyle D. Ab.hlr.Dr. .
She wore a periwinkle blue qlana Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darce James D. ChamberlainDr.
gown with fitted bodice and soft flowing Owens of Jefferson City, Mo. which ....nard'chlofman
skirt. She carried a bouquet of took place August 10,at 11:30 .
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blue and white silk flowers with long >Ettervlll Baptist Church in Ette will, Itislly ,, .M. } 4440.W.St.Optometrists MU..el ndli,9 eule.aro'tterfco.He.Moei

lace Bridal streamers.attendants were Mrs. Pat Mo.The bride graduated In 1978 from ,t.'"' ,. '. ..f., .{ \'I. ( 04))964.5076 MlJdIobura.no.(104))2S2-SOS2 MOtS
Henry, Miss Elaine Nugent and Miss Bradford High School and since has >t> )' '.. 'I.-, '. ,.
Carol Flynn. They wore sky blue resided with her aunt. Mrs. Phyllis J 'Il ?>r 1.>.1 1.I
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qlana gowns with fitted bodice and Almerico at 209 Mason St., Jefferson I 'Ii ,;t1 i'. t\, fJ:
soft flowing skirts.They carried bou- City, Mo. -f'\ P''P1"' ., I, I
quets of blue and white silk flowers Mr. Owens graduated from Jefferson ,I. "'\
with lace streamers. City High School in 1978 also attended \ .
Carrie Tanner, daughter of Mr. and Jefferson City College and Is ri ,<,
Mrs. Oral Tanner was flower girl and now employed by Daniel interna- r ,. J' ; i//' ,:g i
Darwin Wimpy son of Mr. and Mrs. tional as a welding superintendent. "rr t. ,. J.;. 1. 'if.
Richard Wimpy was ringbearer.Mrs. After the reception they went on a >.". ,': ..
J.E. Denmark directed the two weeks wedding trip at the Resort ," ;, i
wedding.The Lake of the Ozarks. j Styling Center
bride,given In marriage by her The couple are now residing at r r 'I' 1
uncle Oral S. Tanner, wore a tradi- Sheppard Hills Luxury Town House in : r i 964-8547
tional white satin gown overlaid with Jefferson City,Mo. .
tiers of chantilly lace, with Queen
Anne's neckline and long chantillylace
sleeves. She wore a pearl Miss Karen Reddish I' Introduces :
necklace, a gift from the groom's Coke Party Honoree
mother. Her chapel three
tiered, train veil of sheer illusion was Miss Karen Reddish bride-elect of Mr.and Mrs. Erie BlIP Brenda/
trimmed with matching chantilly lace Dick Torode was honored at a Coke Simpsonand
and was secured to a cap appliquedwith party Saturday morning at the homeof
stud pearls and sequins.She car- Mrs.J.D.Warren with hostesses I II'
ried a bouquet of white roses, baby's Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs. Jerome &r
breath and stephanotis with white ribbon Johns, Mrs. V.J. Spongier Mrs. J.C. I'I'I I
streamers.A Dukes and Mrs. Patrick[Baldwin. Dr. Lounette Richartnon, B.S.. D.C. -.t Hilda JohnsonThey
reception was held In the church Highlighting points of interest in the
Fellowship Hall where Miss Rhonda party rooms were arrangements of Dr.
Wayne C. Eaton D.C.'
Bennett kept the bride's book. Peace roses and silk flowers.
The bride's table was covered witha Mrs. Spengler greeted the guests at 1 Are Offering -
white Army-Navy cloth centered the door and standing In the receiving 's Keystone Chiropractic Clinic;
with a three tiered cake trimmed in line were the honoree, her mother.
periwinkle and sky blue, matching Mrs. Lamar Reddish and Mrs. John ==0 0 U P 0 MSSS=
the attendants gowns,and was topped Torode, mother of the prospective AI S21 .J"rth
with a bride and groom.Flanking the groom.
cake were arrangements of summer The refreshment table was covered Keystone Shops Suite Nt' 0\\ On AllPerms
flowers. Mrs. Gwendolyn Anders cut with a white linen cloth and was ,
the cake and was assisted by Mrs. centered with an arrangement of silk Phone 473-3604 a'1'Or Free Conditioning
Oral Tanner. flowers In tones of bronze,brown and
The punch table was also covered apricot. Mrs. Winkler served Cokes Houn 9 a.m.1 p.m. mid 3'I.m. -6/j.ln./ with Shampoo Set orCut & Blow Dry
with an Army-Navy cloth and held from a crystal punch bowl filled with
two punch bowls encircled with crushed ice. .Won.
Tue Wed.
greenery interspersed with daisies. The hostesses presented the c.-! Fri.

Assisting in serving and caring for honoree with a silver tray as a 9a.in.1.", Thursday Good Only On Wednesdays & Thursdays442F
the guests were Mrs. Paul Bennett memento of the occasion.Approximately .
Mrs. Doyle Thomas Mrs. Jerome 70 guests called bet- We Do Accept New Patients
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GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the only candidate left who has 1

always opposed and will always oppose the ERA. Y :


GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the only candidate left who has ., = '

always opposed and will always oppose gun control.

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GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the only candidate who has pledged ;;. ". '.-

to visit each County in the District ,
every ninety days so he will :'
be available to ALL the People. k:.


GEORGE KIRKPATRICK is the only candidate we can count on i

to stand up against the professional politicians and ': .
liberal I: S, ll ;
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t September 25.1980 TELEGRAPH Paffe7A

Dale Brown. Jr. Did You Know

Celebrates llth
BirthdayDale Mr. and Mrs.Don Neel and Col.and Friends will regret to hear of the Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns spent
Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. were among death of Mrs. Nllda Hogan of Cantonment last week In Glenville N.C. Enroute
Brown. Jr. son of Mr. and those attending the funeral of Mrs. Fla. who died last Friday with home they attended the Florida-
Mrs.Dale Brown.Sr.,was honored on W.A. Hogan in Cantonment Fla. on interment on Monday morning at 11 Georgia Tech game on Saturday and
his 11th birthday Wednesday Sept. Monday a.m. Mrs. Hogan wall the wife of Rev. the Falcon-Dolphin game on Sunday ;
17, with a surprise poolside party William A. Hogan, former pastor of in Atlanta.
f given by his parents at the home of bis Mrs. W.H. Thomson Mrs. J.W. the First Baptist Church Starke. .
aunt Linda and uncle Dewayne Griffin and Mrs. J.M. Blackshear at- Mrs. O.L. Haynes Sr. will return
McRae on SR 16. tended the Florida Federation Mr. and Mrs.K.O. Padgett of Plant Friday after seven weeks visit with
Football was the theme carried out Women's Club Fall board meeting City were weekend guests of Mrs. her granddaughter and family, Mr.
in the party decorations with the Orlando Monday to Wednesday. P.D. Reddish. and Mrs. Don Effrain and Art Holll-
Bradford Cowboys decorating the day in Lincoln Neb.

.cake. Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. W.H. Mrs. MaxIe Carter Sr'visited her
The 11 guests enjoyed swimming, Thomson will attend the state niece, Mrs. Bill Smith in St. Vincent's Members and wives of Starke Elks
games with prizes fireworks and meeting of the American Cancer Hospital last Wednesday and Friday. Lodge attending District Deputy
refreshments of grilled hotdogs baked Society In Orlando over the weekend. George Domlnlanm's visitation to
beans potato chips, cole slaw ice Mr. and Mrs R.R, Chism and Mr. Lake City Elk Lodge Wed. Sept. 17
cream and cake. and Mrs. Randal Chism and son attended were: George and Margaret Brown
Assisting In serving were Dale's Mrs. F.J. Shaw spent the weekend the Hodge family reunion In Bill and Marian Finucan. George aneiAda
k. aunt Linda and uncle Dewayne with her daughter and family Mr. SL George, Ga. on Sunday.Mrs. Dominlanni Nealy and Rose McConnell -
rxr McRae and grandparents, Bob and and Mrs. O.D. Bennett In Jackson Herb and Maureen Chase,
Gertie McRae. Lucian Johns and granddaughter Sam and Thelma Wise John Warren
Bradford's No. 10 ville.Mrs. Danielle Starling of and Dorothy Cook James Chitty was
Sandra O'Brlant.John.onl Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Initiated into Elkdom at the Sept. 22
Sheila Starling may have been the sixth speaker at the state Soil Water Con. Bradford Maxie Carter Sr. on Saturday.Mr. meellngjn Starke .
servation Speaking Contest but she scored a perfect 10. The BHS senior and BIRTHSJacob Anesthetist spent Sept.8-12 attendingthe ... ,..,
Graham residents plans to use her winnings to finance her college education. Anesthesia Review Seminar at the and Mrs. Bruce Mathews and -;. : ". '
Sheila shows off the first prize plaque to Neil Craig. FACD Area III vice University of Nebraska Medical family Gene, Dawn and Laura and -'-. ,. :;0.-- -
president (left) and Royce Joyner, Bradford SWCD vice-chairman. Earl demons Center, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Teena Bumstead and son and .. mn (;..11. 1':1:.)
Mr. and Mrs. T. Breazelle of High In 1913 the highest building ...
Mr. and Mrs. James demons of Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Morgan of Springs were Sunday visitors of Mr In the U.S. was the -
n.ll.S. Coed Wins Speaking ContestA Starke announce the birth of a son Ruskin are spending this week with and Mrs. Carl Mathews on Mr. Woolworth building in New
Jacob Earl born Sept. 21 in Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Roy demons and Mr. Mathews' 88th birthday., York City at 792 feetl

BHS senior brought home first Starling of Graham. She plans to app General Hospital and Mrs. W.C. demons,Jr. last
place honors and a $175 cash award ly her $500 total winnings from Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradley of Leesburg was
Soil Clemons of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and Thursday and Friday guest of Mr.
from the Florida Association of district area and state FACD con- Roy Shelter.
and Conservation District Super .tests to fund college studies In Journalism Mrs. Lloyd Wike of Lawtey. daughter, Debbie and son, Richard and Mrs. Robbie
visor's speaker's competition recently after graduation form HSB ................. and two friends of Jacksonville were has moved anaawms
Timothy Wade Johns Sunday guests of their grandmother Mrs. Becky Bradford
Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Peacock back Starke from Park of the
Sheila Starling defeated con- Interest in the contest was rekindled Mrs. to
brought the food for a picnic lunch on Palms and Is living In the Pine Forest
testants from five other state conser- this year by Bradford SWCD Mr. and Mrs. Doug Johns of Starke
vation districts at the Aug. 13 finals treasurer Greg Alvarez after several announce the birth of a son. Timothy the patio. Apartments.Mr. .
held during the FACD's 35th annual years of local inactivity. The speak- Wade, born August 5 In Alachua
meeting in Palm Beach Shores. She ings are Jointly sponsored by the General Ho pltal. He Joins, slater Mrs. Bertha Pearce received word and Mrs. M.F. Hazen have had Put your house on
won with a speech entitled "The Con- FACD and Tropicanna Products Inc. Erica 18 months.Grandparents Monday that her sister, Mrs. Emily as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey my low-energy
Favor in Miami had died that morn- Hazen of Gainesville last Friday and
servation of Florida's Waters" to develop leadership by providing are Mr. and Mrs. -diet)
The 17-year-old BHS senior Is the public speaking activites related to John D. Johns of Starke and Mr. and ing. Jimmy Hazen of Gainesville on Mon
daughter of William E. and Dorothy resource conservation topics. Mrs. Lloyd Macy of Kingsley Lake. day. Gordon's
................ John F. Crews employed at Camp 6th Y far of Service/ i
Charles Clinton Thompson Blandlng, Military Affairs recently
returned from Gainesville where hewas 473-4777: I
Beth Johns enrolled TRCCO Center for
Mr and Mrs. Rocky Thompson announce at
born 3 Training Research,Education for En-,
birth of
Passes Down the a son Sept.
vironmental Occupations, at the To friends and
in Shand's Hospital. my many loyal
CrownBeth
Her Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. University of Florida for all sewerageand
Johns, 13, daughter of Mr. and C.B. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waste Water Operators in which I
Elmer Johns of Apollo Beachnand urn, Thompson all of Starke. Mr. Crews is employed as. He received supporters, want to say
granddaughter of Mrs. Zeila P. his diploma In exercises Friday, "
Johns and the late C.B. Johns and the Sept. 12. THANK YOU".,
late Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Quigley of ;bJ 1o-K-
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For vote and work in for County
Starke passed down her beauty queen your my race
crown recently at the Junior Miss
Apollo Beach beauty pageant. Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy spent the Buying Commissioner. I will forever be grateful to you.,
Last year Beth was the first queenIn weekend with their daughters and
the Junior Category for the Apollo families Mr. and Mrs. David Gold & Silver
Beach Days Celebration. Mendenhall and Miss June Hardy in Jennings Starling ,
Ml Pa Sty
Beth is also the niece of Mr. and Atlanta and attended the Florida- Highest Prices
Mrs. L.M. Noegel and Mr. and Mrs. Georgia Tech game. RAID -
Charles C. Johns of Starke, and Mr.
Class .
and Mrs. Levy Boree of Middleburg.She L ] Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. and Rings Etc.GarrjrdMoldCo. '
has been a member of the Stu- daughter, Anne visited their ? ENCORE CLOTHING
dent Advisory Committee for the past daughter and sister, Mrs. Marcia Nwy J01 N. LewUy7eznez '
two years. Welch and children in Savannah Ga.
Beth used her poise and beauty to over the.weekend
win other titles, such as Miss Continent Beth Johns
of North Tampa Miss Sunshine
: Pre-teen, Miss Orbit Princess Miss Sarasota Ruskin Gibsonton. River-
Galaxy Princess Miss Cover Girl view Tarpon Springs New Port CITIZENSOF
Pre-teen Sportswear and GlamourGirl Richey.Dade City, Zephyrhills. Plant rTTT1
Disco Model. Taking notice of City Strawberry Festival parade, St. BRADFORD COUNTY I
that last title Bekth has done fashion, Pete and at the Mountain Festival
runway, disco and mannequin modelIng parade in Clayton Georgia. .
Floriland of Beth's hobbies include sewing I THflMK YOU "
Some !
In Montgomery Wards : t- .
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Mall, Eastlake and University Square designing some of her costumes, Men's Slacks & Jeans ; .56

Malls and throughout the Tampa Bay dancing roller skating, silhouettes, For Your Vote AncfSuppomn Electing '
t area. She received first runer-up in cooking camping and hiking in theCarolIna' Ladies'Blouses sl *6
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the Miss Florida Model Contest and in her parents mountainside

performed in front of students her age Me To Your School Board.As *
Ladies'Dresses 1-30
at Ernest Just Elementary for their cabin.W -
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J win Beth other used titles her such poise as and Miss beauty Conti-to Always, I Will Endeavor To Be Large Selection of Sweaters. & Cardigans,

nent of North Tampa Miss Sunshine Callie Buller has returned from a Wool.
,, Pre-teen, Miss Orbit Princess Miss two weeks visit in Houston, Texas Of many 100 %
Galaxy Princess Miss Cover Girl with friends and relatives. While Worthy Your Trust.
Pre-teen Sportswear and Glamour there they attended the Astro-' Also accepting quality Items on consignment.
Girl Disco Model. Taking notice of Dodgers game in the Astrodome and
that last title, Beth has done fashion they also enjoyed an evening at Adv.RODNEY P. HALL 238 Walnut Starke ( across from:" Food .Fair )
Club In Pasadena, Pd Pal
runway, disco and mannequin model- Mickey Gilleys
ing in Montgomery Wards, Floriland Texas. the scene of Urban Cowboy..
Mall, Eastlake and University Square --
Malls and throughout the Tampa Bay -
area She received first runer-up In
the Miss Florida Model Contest and

at performed Ernest Just in front Elementary of students for their 2 SENATE CAMPAIGN '. ;

Career Day.
She is a past member of the .
Hillsborough Twirlettes and a ".
county .
present this year's East FACTS ..\,11-I :
Bay High School majorettes under the l
direction of Mrs. Peggy Capps. .. i1
She has been Invited to twirl In District-wide in the first primary vote, Perry \ '. ",;i..'... .

parades throughout Florida such as McGriff led Kirkpatrick by a 5000 vote -1 i ..; IN'"
in Starke, Bradenton Palmetto ;
margin. This occurred despite Kirkpatrick 'ti : '> ';*;'".".o.. :.,

ti" spending twice as much campaign money <,.,..? I .Was .. .

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!w..' __ In Alachua County where both men grew ..1''l;' '. .
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KNOW .,.. ,, to 1,margin, in both the urban and rural .
By ,? 'JC.1 -_ I precincts. '' "".*... t
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Twice this summer I had a ,_ Ask the people who best know both 'men "J*!,jfUSkpatrick \ .

strange problem with my why they prefer Perry McGriff 2 to lover. Klr '
1973 Grand Prix. The ear' i $f .
stalled sputtered and A: ; : f

died like It wee out of IF RATIFICATION OF THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT IS INTRODUCED i I
ass but with over half a ; ; } .

tank of fuel. It wouldn't ;: IN THE FLORIDA SENATE DURING MY ", ,' .
re-start Immediately but TERM, I INTEND TO VOTE 'NO'. ,.
started fine after sitting / .

for Ideas a couple of hours. Any ," : ( .j\' u I 1 OPPOSE GUN CONTROL" .> ... .,! ... .t ,) ,,

during Since your hot weather trouble,has I suspect been 4! THIS DISTRICT HAS BEEN SERVED WITH HONESTY AND INTEGRITY FOR ALONG J. 1 1'tr'c t


you lock may caused be getting by overheating a vapor' ; "l TIME. SPECIAL INTERESTS HAVE NO PLACE HERE." 1" ,:: 'h.t; :. .. J

fuel lines and carburetor. '_ ,.
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persists, uy Insulating the ." ., ...
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United Methodist New Bethel Baptist Church Each day.. Oct. 12. All members activities are of the
Pleasant Grove with all
I : C ommimif News Church Rev. Willie Stitt has been on Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. to church.cooperate
will attend -
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vacation for four weeks. The The pastor and congregation Friday Sept. 26 the Stewards and
membership Is happy for his return. the Mt.Sinai Association 25 28 at Stewardess Board No. 2 and 3 will
1 There will be Sunday School only. Ebecener.Ebeiener: observe their anniversary at 8 p.m.
list Church Monday &::30 Tiny Tola Church of God In Christ: Each Baptist Church Thurs has been an entertaining program
There
l by Ellubeik G.Walker Mrs.Jacquelyn: Thomas,wife of Lt. rehearse. Monday 7:30: Senior Choir : Prayer. Prayer Band 7 day Sept. 25. the local program will )planned. All friends are asked
Phone M4-4SS1 Leroy Thomas, Jr. graduated from rehearses. Tuesday 7:30 Prayer TuesdayFriday 7:30 Pastoral .. begin the Mt. Sinai Association with us.
Alaska Business College September Meeting. Wednesday 7:30 Blye'a Cir- Sunday School:30.Morning Worship through Sunday. All churches In this to Sunday fellowship School 10 a.m. Morning
Concerned Chimes of Bradford 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Anchora.e1nterna- cle will meet at Johnnie Cull..'.. 11:30: with the pastor in charge. area will attend. Worship 11 a.m. Fellowship of Churches -
County. Inc. Monthly Meeting wu tional Inn McKinley: Room at Anchorage the- McKay's and Blye's Circles will meet YPWW 5:30. Evening Worship 7:30. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church i will meet at 3 p.m.To .

postponed from merare ,Alaska.of Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Thomas Ralph is Mitchell at the church. Thursday 7:30: Story Elder D.R. Williams In charge. Women's Day- -will- -be-observed- -SUn-- -...............--...--,
All daughter - - -
Monday. Sept. 29. of Hour at the church. Friday 8:30: - -
asked to be present at 7:30: in the of Miami and granddaughter Junior Choir rehearses also Junior
cafeteria of H.J.E. Mr. and Mrs. W.J.of Mr.Lee of and Starke Mrs. Ushers.Saturday dinners will be sold the people of Bradford Countylet
The monthly meeting of the Brad- daughter-in-law from the kitchen. Sunday Is Trustee
NAACP will be held at Leroy Thomas Sr. She la a Bradford
ford County Day. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning
Pleasant Grove Monday Sept. 29, In Church High School Activities graduate. Worship 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: Evening me say thanks for allowing me
the annex. Worship 8 You are Invited.
Dell Chapter US O.E.S.will sponsor The Victory Temple Church of God: Church God p.m.of Prophecy Sunday School Board member
cordially welcome to serve as
The members you
your
the Feast of the Five Tablet Saturday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11a.m.
.Oct.25, at 8pm.in the cafeteriaat to attend their services each Saturdayat .
Evening Worship 8pm.
R.J.E. The Masonic Family and noon.This week Mr.Robert" Austin Mt. Morlah United Methodist for the past 4 years.It has been a
Jr. will speak on"Wisdom.
friends Invited. Donation Is$5.
are
Girl Scout Troop lilt will meet Our Bible study topic for next Church: Friday Sept. 28, the pastor honor and I have
la"Who or whatis and congregation will attend a Recep- pleasure and an
Wednesday of each week at 3 p.m.in Wednesday at 7 p.m.
"Robert Austin,Jr. tion in Gainesville for the new Bishopat
the annex of Greater Allen Chapel. the Holy Spirit United Methodist Church.
the First
John Burch assistant pastor. valuable experience from
success.Parent's cooperation 1st needed for pastor Greater Bethlehem Freewill Ban-, Sunday School only. gained

my term of office.


I Hampton Hi-Lights 1o those of you who supported and voted i iI I


.. By Delores Meng Melton of Fairbanks also visited. the directed the 4th. 5th, 6th and 7th for me in the primary, let me say you I
Phone MSIMSBookmobile Melton family and their guests.Mr. graders in competition on Friday
and Mrs. Ronald Ellison of afternoon. This 'Anvthlnq Goes Day' cherish
Falrborn Ohio are spending the have my deepest gratitude.I shall always your

afternoon from week with their grandmother, Mrs.Evelyn .
Tuesday
12:30 Every until 2:30: the Bradford County Vaughan. On Monday they Hi-Lights confidence in me.
Bookmobile serves this area from the visited the St. Augustine area. They Hampton
Vernon Parmenter
also planned a trip to Disney World
Poet Office parillnglot.This Is a free Thank YOU
Pd.Pol.AdY.:
back to Ohio.
convenient service for all ages. before going Cont.to pg. 1OA
and Refund Club Hampton Lake
Coupon
Coupon and Refund Mr.and Mrs.Joe Rlddlck and fami-
The Hampton
Club met at the City Hall Saturday ly hosted a farewell party for John
and Mark Box on September
afternoon. Mrs. Carolyn Slater and Cooper
Smith explained methods 13 at their lake property. Besides the
Mrs. Edith
of saving money in grocery shopping. foods cookout, the with Cooper all sorts family of and delicious other 5 Piece Place
and refund forms were ex-
Coupons those attending. friends enjoyed water skiing and ;
changed by

Last Friday's Senior attendance Citizens at the volley John ball.and Mark are stationed In -F R E E Setting ofStoneware

the Hampton City Hall Senior was Citizens very good.Club Among held in Orlando training.for Cassie their is keeping Navy boot busy camp with !
and
elected guests Mayor attending Gordon was Wadsworth.The the newly. nurses cheerleader training classes. giving .. RECEIVE DETAILS AT STOREqki iI i

Reese Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Stinson and _
door prize was won by I
visited their daughter and ___ -
Dowling.The next meeting is October family Buu.1
family Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng r = f
3.
Happy Anniversary and Amanda,on Sunday.Mrs.Stinson EVERYTHING' WE SELL HAS AMONEY .
Fred and Mary Lou Peeples stayed on until Wednesday when Mar- DELICIOUSAPPLES i:
and Amanda drove her backto :
Lori
celebrated their 12th Wedding Anniversary ty. .
21.They plan their Orlando.
on Sept.
celebration for this weekend since Joyce Meng of Jacksonville spent BACK
Fred had to work on the 21st. the weekend with her parents Mr. j
and Mrs. Paul Meng and family. GUARANTEE

Alan on Rogers Sept.celebrated 21. 13th birthday Gilbert Rita Meng of Gainesville Madonna visited and Karen their 3 BAG LB .. I

Joey Hall turned 8 on September 19. parents Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mengon
Kelly Cribbs was 5 years old on Sunday. I ISAVEll'
September 21. Congratulations
Karla Rush was 9 on Sept.21.Jim- Mrs. Carolyn Slater was the recent 168I88
my Long turned 9 the same day. lucky winner of a pig given away In 78
Stacey Paladino had a cake Starke by the Pop Warner Football
decorated with a CB theme for his Team.Hampton .
Elementary School SAVE 18.
llth birthday on September 23. SAVE21.ALB
Happy Birthday also to Clarice Anything Goes Day
who celebrates her birthday Mrs.Kathi Ledbetter P.E.teacher t
Adkins ;''34:'"
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Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie COMING SOON : : AVBII'.PARTYTV.IB HCI
their cousins aAVBSI' tAsol slat 211
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daughter Catherine Thomas took 1 Florida Bank at Starke : 49ox U Calif. Grapes. DAILY aa.PAMTRY' PP.IDBl ,
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church on Saturday Sept 20th. They and her sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. Grandma's Attic or any fireman for parents Mr.and Mrs. Lea McClellan were sister,Sunday Mrs. Wilma dinner Wainwright.Mr. guests of. their

By Elisabeth Terry had a good crowd and everybody en- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling $1.00 each. on Friday night. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barbour took Mr. Jack Estes of Starke returned
Phone 782-1300 Joyed ft. There were two groups who Wayne and Melissa, were supper Auburndale were Saturday overnight
came and sang afterwards. guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. their aunt Mrs. Clara Cummings, home Friday from Baptist Hospital guests of their sister Mrs. Pierce
Church Schedules Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45: and Mrs. Lacey Norman on Thurs- back to her home in Wilmington,N.C. Jacksonville much improved In Crews. Mrs. Onle Thornton who had
Church of God: Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and day. weekend ofSept. 28th. health after a few days there. been the guest of the Sellers came
7:30 Mrs. Boch, and her mother, Wesley Smith son of Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Roberts of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Daisy
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mrs. back with them and she and the
visited their sister,
Prayer Meeting and YPE 7:30: at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson,were guests of George Smith of Jacksonville, spent Jacksonville Sellers were Sunday dinner guest of
p.m. on Wednesday. Long Bridge Baptist Sunday Schol her daughter, Mrs. Maine Griffht two days of Ms vacation with his uncle John Tye, Sr.,on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mrs. Onle Thorn-
p.m.Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m.and. and children, and her son-in-law and and aunt, Mr.and Mrs. Henry Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sappenfield of ton will remain with her soninlawand
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.Prayer Meeting Wednesday daughter Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Mr. and Mrs. DO. Brown and Lake Geneva, were supper guests of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. At-
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at at 7:30 p.m.Morgan and family of Palatka,Monday daughter, Shawna, spent Saturdayand Mr. and Mrs. James Waters on wood,Sr.for awhile.
with their daughter,Mrs. Wednesday night.
7:30 Road Baptist Sunday through Friday. Sunday
m.Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Mrs. C.E. Strickland and Mrs. Nell Sandy Thomas,of Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Walters of
Worship Services 11 a.m.' and 7:30: a.m. and 7:00: p.m.'Training Union 8p.m. Daniels of Gainesville and Miss and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended Port Richey,were weekend guests of NOTICE
Wednesday at Elizabeth dinner the Bradford-Union County Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts.
Prayer Meeting Terry were -
Tuesday
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Retired Teachers Meeting in Starkeon Mr.and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and Lawtey Little League, Assoc. will
7:30 p.m. guests of Mrs. J....Kirkland of
p.m.Firat Northslde Baptist: Sunday School Gainesville.Mrs. Thursday. family of Lakeland spent the weekend hold a dance tomorrow night Friday,
a.m. Worship Baptist Services) Sunday 11 School a.m. 9:43 and: 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and .Fred Moore visited her son-in- Friends of Mr. Cecil Whitehead with their mother,Mrs. Wilma Wain- Sept. 28 at 7:30: 11:00: at Lawtey
regret to learn that he is a patient in wright. Elementary Schol.
7:30 Union 6:30 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at7pm. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
: p.m. Training : p.m.
Memorial Hospital,Jacksonville.Our Mr and Mrs. Henry Smith visited
and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Wesley Thomas son,Jay of Live
Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sun- Oak, Sunday until Wednesday. prayers are with him. their brother, Gaston Smith, In St.
p.m.Grace United Methodist: Church day School 10 a.m. worship Service Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolff of Columbus Randy Reddish of Starke, was a Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville on
School 9-43: a.m. Worship Services 11 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Ohio, visited their sinters, Sunday dinner guest of his grandparents Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Mr.and Mrs.Les Mc lellan. and Mrs. J.E.Mciver of Ocala
a.m. Children's Choir 7 p.m. Bible Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Opal Lewis and Mrs.:Bernice
Gleanings 8 on Wednesday. The Their Revival Meeting begins Mon- Konte for a week. Mrs.Staliie Norman,of Inglis,was a
Day Group p.m.of the United Methodist day,Sept.29th through Saturday,Oct. Mr. and Mrs. James Anders,.of supper guest of her in-laws Mr. and
Women met at the home of Mrs. 4th.Pastor David Brown of First Bap- Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mrs. Truman Norman on Thursday St Edwards Church Hall
Wilma Wainwright on Tuesday, tist Church of Lawtey will be the Anders, Sr., of Starke, visited their night.
16th at 10 a.m.They had fifteen lades EvangeUlt. The Gospel Singing will mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited BINGOEvery
present including one visitor which be Saturday night,Sept. 17th and SunJericho afternoon. their brother, Mr. Cecil Whitehead in
was Mrs. Louise Duck, a former day, Sept. 28th with The Friends of Mrs. Hazel Bradley Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville on Saturday 7:30: P.M. .
member who now lives in Jackson- Gospel Singers.Personals regret to learn that she Is patient In Friday.Mr. .
ville. Mrs. Mildred Priest and Mrs. Bradford County Hospital. Our .and Mrs. Robert McClellan and 411 N Temple Ave Starke. Fla
Wilma Wainwright served lunch after Mrs. C.R. Crews spent two weeks prayers are with her. son Jeff, visited their parents Mr.
the meeting. with her son-ln-Iaw and daughter,Mr. Fire Department of Lawtey will and Mrs. Les McClellan on Sunday.
Highland Baptist! Sunday School and Mrs. Thomas Clayton and son, have a raffle Saturday, Octo. 4th. Mrs.Norman Dobbs of Raiford wasa
of Jacksonville. Sunday guest of her parents, Mr.
9:49 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Tom First Prize will be a 12 guage Ithaca
and 6pm. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Mrs. J.L. Kirkland of Gainesville, shotgun.Second prize will be a double and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris.
day at 7 p.m. Highland Church had a was a Monday dinner guest of Mrs. bed hand crocheted agfhan. Ticketsare Mrs. Margie Reddish and Mrs.
Fish Fry and Chicken Supper at the C.E.. Strickland also of Gainesville available at Waters Grocery and Robert McClellan visited their


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pg 8A CITY OF STARKE


OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES FOR THE [Gold Class Rings'.Wedding Bands|
consisted of a boy and girl on each ot River was welcomed as a student in
the 6 teams participating. Among the Mrs. Seal's second grade class on A&
activities featured were a Tire Relay. Monday.Adult YEAR 1980. 1981 ARE DUE 144 W. Call SI/ Watches
Bat Clothe Relay, Water Classes Cancelled 984-8348' :
Balloon Toes, Old Jalopy Human Due to lack Interest In this corn
Obstacle and Pyramid contests Four munlty, the Adult Basic Education OCTOBER 1, 1980
teams tied for first place in the event. classes have been postponed. It Is ,
The entire student body enjoyed necessary to have S or more Interested -
these activities which were terminated students for this program to
with the serving of ice operate Miss Claudette Peterson MERRILL EDWARDS: "Being brilliant 'Is no great fast if you respect nothing."
cream. may be contacted at the school for Goethe
New Student those interested In resuming these CITY CLERK
Jennifer Phifer formerly of Crystal classes which are free of charge.

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Southslde Elementary


Southslde School Is off to News a good start for TWICE ECKERD'SFAMOUSPHOTOOFFER THE PRINTS Get an extra set of prints with every

the 198041! school year with 686 roll of color or black and white print film developed and
students in grades K-S. This is an increase cIclE IJIPS B-- printed... TODAY AND EVERYDAY

from Southslde 650 students welcomes of the 1979-80 new TWICE THE FILM Get two rolls of print film for the price of
term.
when have film
teachers Mrs. Terri Prevail third one Kodacolor or black and white you your
at Eckerd's... TODAY AND EVERYDAY
processed
fifth
grade; Mrs. Brenda Stroud can trust. _
grade; Mrs. Sylvia Brown Title I; ae a name you

Mr. \; Revels, Physical Ed;
Mrs. Marguerite Brassell, Title I;
and Mrs. Sharon Yelle,second grade.
The first P.T.A. meeting was held in
the Southilde cafetorium on Tuesday "
Sept.23. The P.T.A. will be in chargeof
the Halloween Carnival again this Personna ;

year. The date will be announced as 'Double' Edge ENERGIW
soon as confirmed.

A Volunter Workshop,conducted by ...
Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead who la the I prwrr "-........d.....
Primary Specialist assigned to g ( r.'..u.-. '
Southslde, was held at the school on e'q Paper I
Thursday, Sept. 11. Those participating oouoi oir iivs
_
were the adult volunteersand _ the Southslde teachers with IRISH
whom they will be working. The 200SHEETSTYPING ENERGIZER
Volunteer Handbook had been revised PERSONNADOUBLEEDGE FIDDLE SPRING "a.a/Bee
so that policies could be reviewed. DRISTAN
Teachers demonstrated to the BLADES FADDLE BAR SOAP PAPER BATTERIES
volunteer workers what type of work TABLETS Double deodorant bath Premium quality paper SVt x 11 Longllfe alkaline for all
Fits all double edge Popcorn&peanuts with candy 3.6-oz.bar.
they would be doing. The following Bottle of 24,relieves snap
participated In the workshop and/or '." glaze, REQ. 59 LIMIT' REQ 39* EA. LIMIT 4 SI.69

have had the necessary training to 00 !j9 O ''l1Mt./
start assisting at Southslde: Karen fr9"Og729t i 4

Novy Cosette Jane Howard Honn.Linda Linda Bryant Baldree,Diane, 1 I PO .

Moody, Linda Markham Marie Ad-
dlson. Sherry Prevail Dee Canova
Alice Hall, Eva Miller Elaine Thorn-
ton. Wanda Bishop and Vicki Powell ASTROTURF GENERAL ELECTRIC 5-FOOT WOOD
PLAYTEX
wUl be joining the ohter volunteers in PEPTOBISMOL ,. HEAVY DUTYGLOVES DOORMAT FROST LIGHT STEP LADDER
future.
the near ANTACID BULBS Full3"step.aC
Southside has received a Title IVc
.
For upset stomach, Choose 60 79 ehslfrNlsUllllty
grant called Project Protectehands .
indigestion, nausea, 17'A"x23W.
C.A.R.E.-Correlating Art and ,' ___ from harsh or 100 Watt.
&controls common Green.REQ. PEG$23.09
PACK
LIMIT 1
Reading Essentials.This is a total art 69 diarrhea 4-ounces PeptoBismor- detergents. $4.49
and supplemental reading program LIMIT 1 REQ S3.29 bi '885OALLON
using art activities to foster language LIMIT PAIR' 299 199

development and reading skills in m: ,44 *
Kindergarten. Ms. Dianne Fenton *
and her assistant from Tallahassee
conducted a workshop for
kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Marla
Kopelousos Mrs.Susan Nichols Mrs. B-OUNCE
+
Beulah Lennon, Mrs. Charlene Ennls, JHIRMACK
Mrs. Laurie Mulllns Kindergarten SHAMPOO BEAN ACE MIRRO ALUMINUM METAL

Aide Mrs.Linda Smith,and PrImary.SpeclaJl al*/%3typeewtn J POT SPONGE BAKEWARE.. .. ''I' GAS CAN -, .
t. Mrs. Eugenia Whiteheadon : < U essential" fatty LAMP Keep
Tuesday September 9 from 2:30: to 1 W S*acids. PH bal 1 MOP Squareceks .
7:00 P.M. anced. LIMIT 1 aaa I Assorted colors j h I' Sl Just rinse push pan bread or or car
with pleated the handle& It loaf pan or -j''
Safety Patrol members have been spout.FleKlbla1 I
appointed to serve for the first six PEG shade, $1299 //J11' I III, 1 wrings automatically Itself ; REQ.biscuit$1.89 pan. r REQ. $ ,
weeks Christ Harrell and Becky '
:
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REQ.S3 68
Poore from Mrs. Donna Grtien's : 588OM !

fourth grade; Idella Hall and 988 >77
Elizabeth Rowell from Mrs. 2
Ernestine Thompkins' fourth grade; SALT a tl '' .
Michelle Howard and Peggy Pet-
teway from Mrs. Iva Jean HarrelTs Granules 4-lb. .
.
fourth grade; AlishaGroan and Carlo +J box LIMIT 1 I.
Haley from Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth 89' -S. __"__ _-5-. .- "
grade; Linda Wilson and Daren Allen

from Mrs. Elaine Wood's fifth grade; <. MRCFFEECOFFEEMAKER 12"x 1"PEDlSTAL
Benjl Bass and Ronda Jackson from '
Mrs. Brenda Stroud's fifth grade; ; HIBACHI
Brm.2 to I0 ou0.o1 potty 101 11) *
Carla McCutcheon and Jason Brown .
from Mrs. Ann Baker's fifth grade; HMD s.'..iv.coll..ngt.m.u'g''.......oontsww.NO cas-roo 1288c.stlroncona-
REO $a J
McRae
Richie Taylor and Dodle from
REQ. $1769
Mrs. Sandra Duncan'fifth grade. CLAIROL 25"
Wednesday. Oct. 1, is the date for CONDITIONnCONDITIONER
the first Southslde Elementary 31-QUARTMOLDEDInetantaher
"Decathlon". Fourth and fifth grade lr
ICE CHEST
students will participate In the 10 f\ condition
athletic events which are the Softballor U shampoo treatMF Plastic cooler
n VIP PRO 1200 WATT
football throw pull-ups sit-ups. 11 men!. 3-t pee. FOLDINQTRAVELDRYER with Idealtorlamlty hinged lid.
16-oZ. LIMIT 1
high Jump free throw shooting. picnics.WITHIPECIALRISATIOFPIR .
30-second shooting, SO-yd. dash l REQ. $17.89A
100-yd dash running broad Jump aria '
the standing broad Winners Folds for handy storage.
Jump. N
:;" No. "PGT flEG. $1369 138
will receive trophies. All other par- -
SALE -
ticipants will receive ribbons. PRICK! ..............aLESSMFOITS. -

Mrs. Elaine Wood's fifth grade REBATE"O OOO
1-OUNCE MAIL-IN MULTI-POSITION
homeroom is studying rocks and
Jennifer Brown Lisa BLUE JEANS FINAL COST C99 COMBI LOUNGER
minerals. ,
AFTER RES ATI ...,...O
Tierney, Dennis Glover and Robert COLOGNE Cadmium plated steal frame
Boone have shared their rock collec- Cologne Mist with colorful vinyl cover. 7
tions with the class. Students In Mrs. 9 by Shulton. a i positions. REQ. $1288
Wood's math class who have made 1ff\ LIMIT 1 CANNON
perfect score on a four-minute, one HAND-HELD PRINTER/DISPLAY : O88,

hundred problem multiplication test 1 CALCULATOR .
are: Brian Davis, Chris McLendon, 1i WITH SPECIALRISATIOFFLR

Stephanie O'Steen Eric Packham, _ _ SALE 54 recharge.FRUITO'THILOOM!
Tina Webb, Bo Bishop, Jason Brown, PRICI! ........... Built-in
Jennifer Brown, Chad Thornton,Eric LESS MFGN'S. _COO able battery. 10diglt "i.t POCKETT-SHIRTS
8-OUNCE .. display.
+ MAIL-INRI5ATS Assorted colors,sizes
Nazworth, Waylon Townsend Pam No. PSDREQ
Cassie and Chris HOREHOUND PI"ALCOn' small to extra large. I::::
Zurfluh Autry, rMa
$59 99 :
.... v.
AFTCMKESATE (
Powell. COUGH DROPS REQ. $2.89 ."'/,\.
Mrs. Joyce Sanderson's second: Old fashioned double ti1 :,, 399
grade started the school year off right strength drops. REQ 49 EA ." +.
with the following students making A: LIMIT 2 a,+1 +y + 1 POLAROID

Bill Campbell, Sharon Cockerham r. mn ONE STEP CAMERA
April Dlcandio Mindy Gnann, Kelley per:1: WITH SFECIALMESATE. OFFER*
Griffls, Brad Hamilton Shannon 2y7ge lOlt 0150 Automatlcprlntelecllon.Naedl PLANO
Hicks Jason Morin Stephanie Hilt no batteries REQ. $34.99
r "'"'" TACKLEBOXPlastic
Pressley, Colby Smith Jason SALE OO8S
Spencer, Dianne Starling, Brittian PRICE! ..........<< *tOICSSMFQR'S construction.
Thornton Mike Tierney Eldric w COO tray rust resistant.
Sconiers and Johnny Richie. MAIL-INNESATB* ..."J No. 8630 REQ. $9.69

As a result of Cub Scout School FEVER FINAL COST OOB1AFTEHNCaATI .
Night held Tuesday Sept. It,about IS .... aCO 699
new Cubs and five adult leaden will THERMOMETER
be joining Pack 73. Anyone with useduniforms
that could be donated or Keep check on body KEYSTONE
sold are asked to contact Cubmaiter temperature during Illness. DAIWA404
John Schmidt 984-8774, or the Den LIMIT 1 CAMERA9ft
Leader Coach, Verna Schmidt at YOUR n E.tendadrenuecapabllity. FISHING COMBO
size. Uses 110 film ft flip- ,
Southside. On Friday, Sept. 12, Mr. CHOICE : Pocket J
lIa .-.REQ. $1299
Schmidt and scouts Kenneth Owens, 69cJ 1399Raelhaamalauaarsa. .

Robert Boone.Tommy Hardenbrook REQ. 21.98iSHOP.'EARLY
Ron Lee,Rickey Smith,Corey Harris,
Donald Beeman John Stanwia!:-Hay
James Wallace Shaun Schmidt and : SOME SALE ITEMS LIMITED, SAtEPRICESGOODTHRUSAT ;$EPT 2?

Eric Lane went to the Federal ,
District Court in Jacksonville to I + 'r WellllMedlcaldprescriptions./ OQDIJ Oii 1.1rILjO VISA*

witness and take part in the We also
Naturalization Ceremony for 68 per honor most Insurance DRUGSWEEKDAYS
sona. Judge Susan Black had themseated I t- prescription drug O' LJ IQJ1i'EEIJ
,
vWi.P1 LIW
In the Jury box and they led the
programs. Ask your 9 A.M.til 9 P.M.
Pledge of Allegiance for the new Eckerd Pharmacist. SUNDAYS A.M. til 7 P.M.
citizens.' S 831 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla.







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Sept.mber2S.IIRO TELEGRAPH Pare ItA .


Bradford County. 9/4 V operated In Stark, Johns River Basin which natlut Lester Clay County NOTICE OF line of county graded
.'pcl9/25"-- Bradlord County Florida' said property It situateIn Courthouse, Oreen INTENTIONTO road 60 feet to point of
AFFADAVIT tinea September. 1976. Alachua Baker. Brad Cove Spring, Florida. REGISTER beginning, containingone
NOTICEOF RAMSEY 400 .. CherryINTENTION William. Fonyth, Legals ford Cloy Duval Your written request tar FICTITIOUS acre more or less
..., Stark. FL STATE OF FLORIDA Jr. Flagler. Indian River exclusion' must be moiled NAMEPursuant and /lying 'In South port of/
TO REGISTER 32091co-own.n, doing COUNTY.OF BRADFORD Sworn to and ubtcrlb-. lake, Marlon, Nassau by October. 31. 1980. SWVi of NW'/4\ Section
FICTITIOUS business as THE ed. .before. me this 23rd OkeecWwe. Polk Putnam Your request should .In- to Section IS; Township. 6 South
NAME YOUNGER GENERA BEFORE ME this day day of February 1978. SI.Johns Seminole elude she following( : 86S.OV Florida Statutes, Range 22 East and. South
TION. 111 W. Call St.. personally appeared Patricia L. Crawford rlage haG been filed and Volusla' Counties, (a) the* nome and notice l I. hereby given of present graded. road.
Pursuant to Section Stark, Fl 32091, Intends WILLIAM V. FORSVTH. Notary Public State of against you TERRY J. Florida. number ef the case thai the undersigned
83.09, Florida' Stotul.. to register told /fictitious JR. sole owner off cold Fla. at Large. ROSIER, and you are required (Merrill I. Gllston v. St. THOMAS (TOM) CREWS 2)) lot 2 and. 4 of
notice It hereby given nam under the pravl- Fonyth* Plumbing' who 9/4 .lpcl9/25. to serve a copy of 1. The above John River Water .I. I I. Bon 395 Lake Block 33 In the J.M.
that the undersigned loot' of aforesaid written defenses, If Management District *lal John Addition to the
being duly worn, your captioned action was 'Butler ,Ia. 32O34 sate'
JOHN E. GRIFFIS. 434 N. Mature. ...po... and say": IN THE CIRCUIT COURT any, to II. on the plain brought by Merrill E. Cat No. 77-806)): owner, doing .business Town of Stork., asp.r
Orange St., Stark, Fl Dated this 38th day of 1. That I have EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tiff' attorney what Glltton at Plaintiff. (b) Your name and 01 TOM'S OVERHEAD plat thereof recorded Indeed
32091 and JOHN E. August, A.D. 1980 In operated a business In OF FLORIDA IN name and address Is While the Court hot not address: DOOR SERVICE, Rout I. book L. Page 629.
510'..., Bradford County. AND FOR BRADFORD DUDLEY. HARDY, Esq., yet mad any determination (c) Identification ef Box SW, Lake iuller, Fl Public Records. of Bradford ..
Florida known a* For- COUNTY. PIERCE ft HARDY '.A., at to Ih.l..uwlir. the extent of your In 32094 Intends to County Florida

syth Plumbing since P.O. Drawer I03O, ed In the complaint, the terest. .*..I..r' told fictitious
September. 1976. Civil Action Cote No. Starke. Florida' 32091 on Plaintiff hat alleged 7. If you with" to remain name under the provl- At the properly of the
2. That Ih. tint address 8O-3S8. or .before.. October 16, that; a* a member of th* lent of aforesaid above named defendantand
of the butlnest In re: The Marriage' of 1980 otherwise judge-- ((0)) the Governing close .but employ and. be ttotul that on Monday the
3JDl1n} E. C51 1DUuBranch known a*Foriylh PlumbIng ARCHIBALD C. ROSIER men may be entered. Board of the Defendant represented. by. your awn Dated this 25th day oSeptember. aoth day of October
Office was Route 1, Box Husband. Plaintiff v* against you for the relief St. Johns River Water attorney. (trio must A.D. 1980 In 1980 at one o'clock on
29F. Stark, Florida. TERRY J. ROSIER wife. demanded' In the complaint Management District enter hit appearance at Bradford. County. 9/25 aid day on the premisesof
Reg. Real Estate Broker. 3. That the present ad- Defendant. or petition. (the "District") and th* your counsel on or 4tpd 10/16. the Bradford County
1110 W. C.n St. dress of the business NOTICE WITNESS my hand and Greater St. Johns River .before November I. Jail. I will offer for tale

Stark known at Fonyth PlumbIng OF SUIT the teal 1 of this Court on Basin (the"Basin") are Illegally 1990. and sell to the highest
f M I I. P.O. Bon 668. NO PROPERTYTO Septembers, 1980. constituted; .. An unfavorable NOTICE OF bidder for cash In hand
+, 964.5527 Hayes Avenue. Starke, : TERRY J. ROSIER Address Gllb.rt S. Brawn, At (b) the levy of taxes decision for Plaintiff will" IHEIIIFFSSAISNolle the above described. properly
DUPLEX Florldo.' Unknown. Clerk of the Court By: by the Defendants.District not result In any expense It hereby. given of told' defendantto .
...*.V$39.000 4. That the .business' YOU ARE HEREBY Marian McRae, a. Deputy and Basin It Illegal to you; If there It relief that I, Dolph E. Reddish. satisfy the aforesaid
'2 5R I LR each side brick !. known at Fonyth Plumbing NOTIFIED that an action Clerk. null and void and granted In this action at Sheriff of Bradford Execution.
Ba. Kit.,en landscaped yore the Court will .b askedto County Florida under.
hot .been conllnuous- for Dissolution of man 9/11 .tchg 10/2. tax monies must ba *
the out-of- and by virtue of Writ of
NEW LISTINGS refunded, outhorlie Dolph E. Reddish,
pocket litigation extern Execution, fo-wlt: Sheriff, Bradford County
'Beautiful wooded corner lot SR100-CR23B North. (c) th. Defendant

.Large frame house, 4 .bedr, 2 .bath, .,'. en .1.... $38,600 FAULKNER Q SHERIFF'S NOTICE SALE OP formed District and Basin were and p.nses for and Plaintiff'reasonable. .attorney Execution Issued out ol Florida.IN .
In an Illegal
owner Ihio c.d.. Notice It hereby. given to .be deducted Circuit Court of Duval
.S stares, downtown Starke, reeled ....000. 25% down REALTY i-B06s"IAlTO unconstitutional manner
36< that I I. Dolph E. Reddish. ; from the amount County Florida pursuantto THE CIRCUIT COURT
own. fin. Sheriff of Bradford County (d) the division of recovered. If there I I. no a Final Judgment forCradltlirlft FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
'Block .building an 301 North. Great .business location. J Florida have In America.
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my the Slot of Florida Into recovery, no fees will b* FLORIDA, PROBATE
'3 BR. I B.. Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial. possession the following two ports for levying ad charged. Inc.. a corporation andagalntl DIVISION. File NO.
described. properly: 9. Pleas .be certain Roger D. Green
Special 221 lofayette. Across from Wl.hben.RISIDBNTIAL valorem tax for water 8042CP.
understand. the legal and Betty, M. Green
management purpo..I.uncon.lltullonal. !is you In re: ESTATE OF ROSIE
.Beautiful) corner lot at Country Club. Pint. time onmarket. I *a. Farmall Cub right* Involved. herein defendant, In the SUMNER, Deceased
I 03..II.s Tractor, Serial No. 2. Plaintiff hot brought and If there It any question amount of 12.694.13 NOTICE OF
'2 Trailer ,.rk.. e Acre. 119683 lit action on III own that you consult" an together with com o.collecllon. ADMINISTRATIONTO
'1 trailer park, 11 ...11.,.. Approx. 6 .c.... Fenced. OIR.1B en nice lot In town. Sia.OOO. .000 down. S *a. Plow Shanks behalf and a. a clan action attorney. All PERSONS HAV-
'1 trailer perk 11 ...11.... 2 BR frame house, barn ..ppro. 3BR.1B, C fT: tO 2et . tl9.SOO. 6 ea. Plow Sweeps for and on behalf of DATED this 15th day of ING CLAIMS OR
............. In town.3BR.2B ttlied and have In
3BR.1B, Completely 1 *o. Claw Hammer September, I9BO. Have
.. 22 acre, fenced pastureland. LARGE dawn pay all other ,...on. similar DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ment. Owner will finance "' 1._. Con. Blk. hem en eperox. en* acre. In town I1BR.1B I ea. AdjustableWrench ty tltuated.. M. IGNATIUS LESTER, my .pottttlon the ABOVE ESTATE AND All
tutiy Od. teetDr.rm*. 128.000. 3. The defendants In Circuit Judge. following described pro OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
** W.Handle Rentals *. '31..'%', Fireplace. Screened porch ch.inllnkenc... 1 ea. Garden Hoe the action ore St. John 9/2S 2tchg 10/2. perry ....wlt: IN THE ESTATE:

.1 BR turn apartment. $1101 *i BR unfurn. apt. $200 3BR,1B-BeuHful) earner let In Oreen Acre. 2 ea. Garden Seeders. River Water Management YOU ARE HEREBY
Salesman own. 'SIR.IB, Con. Blk. Clot to schools. Immaculate." 2 ea. Garden Sprinkler' District and 1)) Commence at NOTIFIED that the ad-
Two Story Frame Home-C.I) St.MR HotelS Greater St. Johns River IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Northwest Corner a..SWV. ministration of theestate
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ,IB, Family Ream, Iouth._. I28.SOO. ea. Sections Irrigation Basin EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01 'NW\I\., Section of ROSIE SUMNER.
'I warehouse en US 301. Air coed offices. Greet .....- Hate 4. The Court hot determined OF FLORIDA IN IS Township 6 South deceased., FII. Number
lion. ACREAOI that Plaintiff I I.entitled AND FOR BRADFORD Range 22 East, and run 80-42-CP It pending In
"1 Tackle and Ball business. L.... Inventory. I .16 acres with" well end. septic tank. Hwy 227. Th. above describedproperty to maintain this action COUNTY. South 713.3: feet to South the Circuit Court for
One city block In downtown Starke. |lust waiting for the '29.B acre with 40 pecan ._. will be told at a. a class action on CIVIL ACTION right-of-way line of a BRADFORD County
right .business. Great opportunity far downtown nwl1 /. I '2 acm-Wllten Rd.. -MoblIe. Home hook-up. 1:00 p.m. on Monday. behalf of Itself and all Case No. 79-S4I- county graded rood, Florida Probate Dlvl-
large warehouse, opp.... 6,000 sq.. ft. Needs reef. and o. ....... )>di0d4c ...4g>*d. 11000. 29lh day of September other parsons similarly In Re: Th. Matter of the thence run East 418 S Ion, the address of
repair. Has floor and standing wall. VA acres Tklngilay' leke ....1'11.. 0..... 1980: place of said salt tltuated. Adoption ol BRANDEE feet along South rlght-of- which It Bradford County
INVESTORS DREAM .30 acras-lU. 25. .brick. h.me. 229 West.B being Bradford County 5. If you are a memberof JANAY MOODY Plain way line of county graded Courthouse, N. T.mpl.Str..t. .
Income Property Will Pay Far Itself. ecree, IvS Qdegr.3.100.. Terms. Jail corner of Pratt ana the class addressed. at tiff. rood for point of Storks, Florida
.I smell epertmenl complex. H.adyrn.s's.p.ciallSal..man .,.,. acres with nice Frame Mama.IS Broadway Streets. the Introduction hereof NOTICE OF .beginning. Thence run 32091 The'personalrepresantativ.

own..-. rental units, possibly,. $. acres JBR.lViB. Con. Blk... ho..... 46000. Starke, Florida. you will be considered a SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO South South 714 lire feel of B SW Inches'/. of lo of the
.1 mall from. haute. 2.1 ...... H.mp"n. Ulactrlc septic and city "" .to,. member of the class : Cathy Plaster cIa estate It JOHNNY D.
This tale being held In NW'/i\ told' Section IS.
'1 large ....... hou. Needs. r.,. ...-.. ...... owner.Residents '12.' acres HxSV M.H. Term's.3BR compliance lo Florida' represented by Plaintiff Brenda Moody 91Hog.1 Townthlp 6 South Range SUMNER whose address
be Circle, lorlon? It c/o WOLIERT I SAX
union to
or 4 apartments ((4 BR, 4 IA). am. Lg b pl( .JOre.klet .7.1IoA..79.ooo.. Statute, Chapters 70S xcluded.you All request membrtof Virginia 22079. 22 East, thence run East ON. '.0.. Bon 1086
'1 2 BR frame house. Apartment on .1.... Zoned ems seized 60 fet told South
MOBILE HOMES and 943. to-wlt: or this class will receive YOU ARE HEREBY along Stork. Florida 32091.:
menial. Salesman own. 512x60' with" Family Rm, carport, ..... added.. 0".1tt' abandoned property. the benefit of a NOTIFIED thai an action line of SW% of NW\I\ The nom. and address of
Please call us to list your property. lot. favorable decision and for the adoption ol Section 13 Township 6 the personal representatives .
John..Glover 12'x60 with IC-ulO1 dining' room 8. IVxIS porch. Dolph E. Reddlth be bound by an advert Brandee Janay Moody a South, Hang 22 East attorney are sat
Reg. Real Estate Broker 124'xur lot..Ir. Sheriff Bradford County decision If Plaintiff obtains minor hoi been tiled. thence run North to the forth below:

lu Green Sender. Associate ...' MR, '.2r petle. Fur ,(shed. IIXXxKM' lot. Florida. the relief It seeks. against you and you ore South right-of-way/ road line to
of
under Its complaint, It required to serve a county graded
copy
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Btarko. I2.SOO.
'r... on on* acre |utt out 60 feet East of
.Ir..." plus unfinished ir.46" .bullt-on.Apprex.. 1 ...... 9/18 2tchg 9/23. could result In refund of of your written defenses, a point of beginning: LEGALS
If to It, on the plaintllf' point
Roberts IN THE CIRCUIT lax monies Improperly any
$1,000. Cant 13A
thence Westerlyalong on
what run pg.
COURT. FOURTH allotted and/or expanded 'attorney,
LOTS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN : revision or name and address !10 South right-of-way

21 Real Estate "'.""" lot In town Water, Sewer and electric en lot AND FOR CLAY COUNTY elimination of the powerof George\ H. Pierce, E.
-rrI now. .93 ..... $2,000. Term FLORIDA. the Defendants quire P.O. Drawer 1030.Sla. ,
'W* have several nlc. .building I lot lo cheat ....... District and Basin to levy ..... Florida 32O91.
ad valorem tax; '." ,Ic. and file the original with
.". .9a6-N. Temple -. 1 'F --! r .' CASE NO.1I'oIIRRILL.I.77-806. ., r '
964-7828 ,l' COMMERCIAL 1 lion of the use of District Ih. clerk of th. above .
Star. .building downtown. Completely r........ .... Excellent GLISSON and/or Basin ad valoremtax styled. court on or before

GEORGE ROBERTS Broker cond. Only $18.000. Plaintiff .". ST. JOHNS monies and permit October 21. 1980; otherwise rlJJilI
'Over 2SOC square. feet In star building.. Cell St. RIVER WATER MANAGE. application feet; dissolution ., a lodgement may iJrm
ASSOCIATSSl '640* frontage Hwy 301. 2 acre with :W.74' .building.., MENT DISTRICT .. al, or reconslllullon of be entered against you
Weekend. end Evening Call $...000. Good Terms. Defendants. the Defendants District for the relief demandedIn .
Richard Robert 964-U9S Judith Flynn....13U 'Hwy 301 North Approx 11$' frontage. Con. Blk. II.... NOTICE TO and Botln and their the complaint or petition. REALTY

Ann Godwin '....1.. Patty Sllcox 9646S79Norman $...000. Terms.eCommerolal CLASSTO Governing Board; .
Hoddlng. 964-7620 Kay Water .....".1 ...-Washingten St.. 15000. : All person who are and/or the award of WITNESS my hand and
John R. Smith-964-7 taxpayers who pay ad- damage to the Plaintiff the teal ol told Court anSeptember PHONE 964.7776
WATERFRONT valorem lax or again class momfaen. 17 "90. CICIIIA
HOMES STAINS Crosby. lake-R.strkted hamesltes. 100 ........*. Broker whose property ad 6. If you desire to be Gilbert S. .,own. TERWILUGAR 205 N. Tumplo, Stark I
N '1BR, IB, Block Fenced 62S Pinewood Dr. Owner. valorem tax It levied by excluded from th* clan Clerk At Clerk of Mid .,. ., .
'JBR, IVtB. Block nice1320 Searing St. Over, 2 acres with 200* Ironlege an Black' C...... Small er on .behalf of the Si. for which this action I I. Court By: Beulah Wayne .. Douglas Broker-Salesman
Small home, rental Investment, low price-Cherry St. Cottage. Johns River Water brought, you should roe Moody. A* Deputy Clerk. Telephone 964 6591
Frame home 3BR1B clean R neat-Pratt St.Frame Management District quell exclutlon In 9/2S 4tchg 10/16.

home, goad location 3BR,2l-Park Piece Susan M. Poulkner-REALTOR-964-S06S end/or the Greater St. writing to Judge M. Ig- We still have wonderful bargains' In Srarke.ridfont \
frame hom., Ig. yard 9 Flreplaces-S. Water St. Feulkner. RRALTOR-ASSOCIATE-964-6142
large Irene L. __ County and the Immediate' area Bettor
.4 5R. 38, large, screened rec. roam-Searing St. Lucille Conner Spry-BROKRR SALESMAN9648410We n thin anywhere in the United 0'... .Please, rake

OUT-OP-TOW N HOMES hive several types of noticing( available. advantage of them while we have the opportunity.
'1BR, II. Stucco appro. 7 ocresSRIOOI.JBR Property Management Service Avelloble.. Thsre It no time like the ,.....nt' Terwllegaroolry
18. Stucco Fireplace301 South. APPRAISALS It forge enough lo eWer a broad choice' of I

'JBR. 18, Frame, large patio. SRI2S W.... listings yet small enough to ,,'.nd prompt, pen l
large lot, 2 mobile. hornet-Semptan Lake Rd.. REAL ESTATE lanai service.

"Frame. 4 8R.1B, nice workshop over 4A-Hemplon.Beautiful. .
4 BR.2B. brick, opx. 10A-W. of lowtey. Ralph Bryan Real Estate' IT'S INCREDIBLE I
'Doubt* garage, 2BR.IKB. C Black' apx. 3A. SB I6W. i We're People In Touch With People!

Brick, 3 ... 2.. garage, apx. I'/iA.-SR 1MB.Frame. PREFERRED PROPCD7IES !
IB. 4% A.-Stern Rd.
IBM, lg.outbldg.px. [B
ON 310 W. Call St. 1040 Flnebreeie Dr. "'.000 8% fin. Top Quality Home.
New Cypress home, 2BR.1B, IOA.- Beyless Hwy.
,., '.nc..2.7S Acr.s Owner fin.
JOO lake Geneve-4 '' -
'38. IB. Li. FR, kitchen-dining-Crystsl leke A. (Cor. US 301 a Coli St.)
Nome wk.hp-Id.l00W 3 ... CH.A, FP. patio $ '.5oa.
"Pool. PP. 38*. 28. Brick-Country Club eree.Lerge. 964-9788. ANYTIME I LEA Nearly new 3 BR 1% laths "ark wood Sub. .$33.4&: : >.
SA.. 36R. 28 S.R. 1008.
approx. ILE;AI:1'llt') .- i I.. U 614 W. Adklni frame 4BR I'/. S $13.900 Owner fin.
'3 BR. IS. LR, DR. apse 1 acre lot-S.R. IOOE.
rvKiiMcrcd c-ollvcllve *01 W. Adklns. House ft SO' x 100' lot $11.100.
Brick home, approx. 32 acres '.1. 121. PRICE SLASHED b, 1 membership murk Crystal Lake Home 38R 1MB CH8A fireplace $4S.000.

ACREAGE $53.600 ( CB Home off Rd. 16-3 acres ....100 "'I.. 128,000 9%.
'7 acre*, 2 trailer hook-ups < Crosby. lake Shores SIR 21A-Pom. I", Fireplace. CHftA 964.5231 whichmty'beuscdonlyt Miniature Ponderosa IS'A Acres, unique home.
lake lot Sampson lake. To "'.tOO for quick.slc. t 1 GETa.a by real cxUitc profcuninnul.i 3 8. 3 B Edwardt. Rd. Hal everything $69,900.

'Approximately S acres In Lawtey Area. I > R jULn" ACRES who arc 1 8* 98 16 Acres .,ownl.. Rd. Cattle country.S64.SOO. I
.0'acres on Fonyth Rd. Wooded land near momlHTM ur the NA 1 81 28 Ranch CHIA 12A for gardenRd.H5.S4J.SCO. ,

'6 acr.s-OH $1233.c BUSINESS cad COMMERCIAL Keystone. .. $12.000. ')'ilXALASSot'IA'l'IbINAdvertite I2S".. old home(2960 sq. fl.). Hampton 13 Ac-531.300,
.'/ acre Mobil. Home 'lot -. Woodland Acre.. FLORIST In Ideal. location Inventory equipment in the OK HKAI.TDH.S'; ) and Eettwood Drive 3 BR 2 '-Co., 8 convonlent.S33.9OO.
.Beautiful 10 acres-Country Club are*. .nd. van. .. ... i .. . .. . . .$24.000CORNER Classified Section | FAMILY PLEASER Huhxoribv lo>> It* xlrk-t M7 Milton Terrace sensible'' 31000.
3 bedrooms 2 full baths,
LOT. 432 feet on US 301 . ."7.000. terms.HOMES .
'
Club.BUSINESS /. Acres $20.000. Neat.
'Me* lot Country living room, ISO X ISO lot, forte of KthicH.'I : Furnished MH on 1
a 3 .1 home 8 I acre Wilson Rd. $14.500..
AND INVESTMENTS COUNTRY LIVING Block/Brick trim3 or 4 BR."IVt\ Ba.CHftA paved street 23500. $11.000.
.. fenced
2
Adklns. .
421 W. carport
..c..U.I.30I.rJ .
"9.000 .". ft. building w/epprox. 9 Sep.DR. lain Kit.. 1.. I*with Franklin fireplace REDUCED

WW ...'..-room for another home (er trailer) en this 2 3 .bedroom home living BUSINESS opponruntinis
acres .'... ..'. ..,..000 owner financed.. FLORIIANDREAltf I room dining' room large *>7SO W. Madison. farmer Mobil tl.135.000. I
PRIVATE BACK YARD t GARDEN AREA Block 3 5R. 2BAFern. kitchen corner lot, NOW x419 $. Walnut New large, warehouse-$12,800.

i ...... Range 8 Ref, ",.p... plenty storage garg*> $''.'00. e>Greet property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fin i
r If ( h ROOM FOR ANIMALS en 9 Acres-. 3... IBe. 393 N. T.mp1.Av.nu. I 4 BEDROOM Ontu"' Star* BJ Aptt. en 301-good pelentlel-owner fin.

R.altor'f Frame. t .. .. . .$...000. country home with fenced ". > 7000 .... ft. CB .bldg. en Rd. LIE Owner lln.Hemecammer. .
Black Cle.e ., dining I 21 .) B cottage on Madison St. Owner lln.SOO .
..' FENCED VAED3BB, ISA. ... ,In.20.000 FOR ANIMAL LOVERS yard living ream
OHIcei'761-3931 Homer 7813896Financing HAMPTON .3... I.... Lg. let. $''.200. 1 .bedroom home In country roam end kitchen SJI.10O. I, J I ) L S. $ ", Income four, lurn. ..nl.I.-ColI. Bay SS.OOO.

"..- HANDYMAN .llaa".m..n' Acre. .. f...000 on 10 acres of land, FARMETTE SHOWCASEPROPERTIES.INC. s> largo ept. complex en JOT. goad cosh How awn fin.

Bend Program Conventional' Loans' Owner Financing LOTS ACREAGE fenced and crailfencect, five aere.. 3 .bedroom central ACREAGE JI
FmHA VA FHA 103(b). 203V). 21$. 24S o Exchanges FOREST HEIGHTS- Rwlrlcted' \ Acre lets S2.SOO 8 up. with several ho... .barns, hoot ft air paved rood '20 Aires Rd. 100 W $27.990 Owner ""anc..7. ....
"Your Best buy In A New Home. It in Emitting Home." ROLLING HIUS- (Byto. Hwy) I Air I ups $3.600 up. many fruit trees, 'Including frontage "'000., *.. Acres Rd. 230A: ft Wilson. Rd. 11700.
10"10" dews I ,...-12%. 1 acre .blueberry. bushes Realtor '40 Acres Hampton $' .000 8 Interest-Owner fin. ]I
'1BR '.m. ... .69 Ac. Old IAWTEV- US 301- 3 sores I* 16 .c,..- beautiful _.... OWNERS ANXIOUS TO SELL 0..... $18.000. Own. Fin. water a eldewelks.' $3.000 per acre, 11"% dawn 10 yrs. FAMILY MOVING Offering on skiing .m a lake, owner box 133 'U ..,_-Rd.. 100-owner will finance. t
36R 2BA Fro on $ Ac. '\VVf MH 12*...' "iIo%. location with. terms S23.SOO.SATISFACTION. Keystone' HQt/ 32096! -2.6 acres Hempton-Owner finance*-$1,500. ,

Slacked. Pond. ..nc.... p.tt..l2.20Tealshed..41Asume I IAWTEV AREA-% acres $$,000- I Acre ".0\100 20% .quiet bedroom. IVi both home I 73"4903'Ir.plac. "20 print acre 301 N. '011.0..... $4 BOO en acre.owvn.fln. k

2 10% MI.... Ac. Own. Fin. $''.600. I ..wn. 8 yrs 10"% ((40 acre available). : In family ream, ef "NEW ham. 3 '13 Mree.301' ft Morgan Rd. Owner finance $39.000.
$11.MO tUtret. $42,000, ,'A DARLING 3M Frm.Hem I OFF 301- 10 acres pln.s-.ecludd. .,$22,000 ft $14.000 lets el eutidetorag.. bedrooms. a and 2 baths "6.16 eons OrlMIs leap- timber-own. fin SIO.SOO. )

en Ig.. L.'. Space OFF.0.12'.10....*en graded. road .$...100 term buildings, plenty of shade .brick c.nl..i KEYSTONEAIIA el.. ..... near Presbyt.Church. A h..plI.-mo"' aH.,. u'
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H/A fireplace
FP C
SIR 2BA CI '
1100 ft. ,1.3 Ac. Lg.. far WInl.' Oerden. FORSYTH RO.20 Acret- .barn well/aeplic/elac..333,000. tree. Including several) heat ft air, ."uipp'" IiiIRAOPOIDCOUNTY I LOTS FOR IN Vf JTMf NT <
$16.000. HAMPTON AREA- 356 Acre- $1.SOO per .....' .,OO.. 'I' 1S4Ucombined $9,000.
Oaks .bearing pecan chen ..S.tOO. "Country Club Ssletet" let
VA IIIPO4..1'10 1 BA. SStory CAll US AT 964-6718- ANYTIME DA Y 01 NIGHTI I IWI '2-yeer-el4 brick home asSTILL
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haul will. .
-BO BOB'142.000. ol acre. well rank elec., pump tlrff.S9.SOO.
I
Hem with 2 FP. 100 .
neer Keystone"
.onal BUILDING LOTS Hwy.
THEIR LOSS /IS YOUR HAVE 2 lot, .7 TralUt lets Brawnle .....20% dn.per ecre $4.000.
A*. 34000. NEED LISTINGSASSOCIATESAFTER financing In Stork $3,000 ,with ,.. acres $46,000.Hemetltet. .
for trailer owner cemmerclel. 301 fin $33.000.
OAINI UO'xIlO' en -owner
,... Ac. SU.412. .
with *mll down .payACRIACEf owner. terms. nice location" $10.000.Hemsten .
'Country Club let 16V JW- -
NO Ac. 20000. HOURS In ...........
_nl. MOBILE HOMI LOTS Oaks lei *2S. trees, owner flnencee-$7.800.
'17.16 A.. $29."'. lefce. 4000.
1 near
BONA FIDE BR County
Bargain
'
lllllon C. .Pearson Vkkl,Powell let 23S' .. Owner fin. $19.800.
|ust outside' city I limit I a. Busy Cell 8 Weter St. M
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: 030 Ac. $ .000. j
'.m. Hem. Shady Let. Iroker/Seleimen t .._ ."' 10 .c... 40 Ita'.... "."5 with term. '10 In Bradford. .2 Country Club tot I Acre each-Owner II....$......
Very liveable. Off Ic*Manager. 964-683 acres. Bath geed.. I locations.EvenlngH Why lot reel, acres .Call Jt .ommerciol.I M 100'. a It? Owner fin. $..tOO.
DUE TO pay ,
NEEDED
.1..... $11.500 LISTINGS ....131. County. $1 SOO per *.... ,
SEVERAL RECENT SALES. Please tellVernle MOBILHOME' Realtor AsseclateatAltar, Hour
Sylvia teddlih. H 'Nevis W.rd O4om Broker! t* .be moved. to your lot lake. lot Keystone are. i Oerrl L.nnee- ...>4963140tByranTerwIlleger.
I'Ioeboallnv.'m.nl' / on earth' Is he earth itself" Vernen ReUlsh. BrokerSalesmenAssocletes Phen 964$476.Feerl $3.700. Call owner diec$9700., and up.. .964-7776 Martha Derke.;782-3397

301 North Troll Motel Lowtey 964748496466M OKI. Andrews '''.773' all/141.1905. Anne 1111.... N.I..... 475-1677 filly Klllim.468-22SS,
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y.' W'\4t.J\ ; dOWSTI7VIIONAL.N'ftNt .. pledged ae eeourlty for any obligation hereafter, issued or entered Int.o.
: i" I. ; 1jI..t. that issued pledging
',' oIo > escept any outstanding obligations previously
... '," ... revenuea allocated under said Article XX Section 16, nay be refunded ate
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTSTO NI .1.! n7eutfe: .i1f'! ( '. lower met average net interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding

BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 4, 1980 ARTICLE! VII SECTION 14 ." II'-'IIIJi' '', \ .' II bon ., Maturing noCTeter than the obligations refunded secured by the
sans revenues and other authorized in paragraph (Is) ot this
NOTICE OF ELECTION ." 'SMx4, i't't 9k'. aubaaotion. any security
'4hM7SJI\ .'
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WHEREAS The Legislature under the Constitution of the State of Florida patted _{t v'

Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to the)Constitution of the State of Florida (4)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((2)) of this subsection

and they did determine and direct that the sold Joint Resolutions. be submitted to the) ," and after payment of edminletrative expanses, the *second gas tax" shall

electors of the State of Florida at the Special Election to be held on November, be allocated to the account of each of the eaveral counties in the
amounts to be determined" aa followat There shall be en initial
allocation of one-fourth in the to state one-
1980.NOW ratio-of county area area
THEREFORE I I. GEORGE FIRESTONE. s.cretary of State of the State of fourth in 'the ratio of the total county population to ties total

Florida, do hereby give notice that a Special Election will be held In each County In populationof the meats in accordance with the latest available federal

Florida on November, 1980. for the ratification or rejection of the. Joint Resolu SECTION 14. bonds fait pollution control and abatement. ana ether water census, and one-half in the ratio of the total "second gas tam collectedon
facilities retail sales or use in each county to the total collected in .11
the Constitution ol the State of Florida; vied! :
amendment to
lions proposing counties of the state during the previous fiscal year Xf the annual
(.) When authorised by law, state bonds pledging the full faith and! debt service requirements of any obligations issued for any county
credit of the state may be issued without an election to finance the including any deficiencies for prior years secured under paragraph (2))
construction of air and water pollution control and abatement and solid of this subsection, exceeda the amount which would be allocated to that
waste disposal facilities and ether water facilities authorised by county under the formula eat out in this paragraph, the amounts allocated
NO.1CONSfI1UTIONAL general law (herein referred. ''to, aa ".f.clll.l..0 be operated by any 'to other counties shall be reduced proportionately.

municipality. .county diatrio ttr authority or any agency thereof
therein referred to.. **loc.l governmental agenaiaa"). or by any agencyof (15)) Funds allocated under psraarepha ((2)) and ((4)) of this adbeectionahall
the State of Florida. Such bonds shall be secured by e pledge of and be administered by.". state board of administration created under

AMENEMENT ahall be payable primarily from .11 or'any part of revenue to be derived said Article XX. Section It, of the Constitution of 1B81, es amended, end
from operation of such facilitiea. special ........n... rental to be which ia continued aa a body corporate for the life of this subsection
ARTICLE II. SECTION SAND raoeived under leaae-purchaaa agreements herein provided for any other 1(0)) The board shall remit the proceed of th*'"eecond gaa tax" in each

ARTICLE XI SECTIONS 2 AND S ravenuea that stay b* legally available for such purpoae. including county account for use in said county. followsi eighty par cent to the
revenues from other facilities or any combination thereof (herein ..... agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent to the ,
collectively referred to aa "pledged ...v.nv..n' shall ba governing body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county may

SECTION 5. Public officers. additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the State of be lnor..... by general law. The proceeds of the "second gas tax"
Florida. subject to allocation to the sward counties under this peragraph (5))

holding office of emoluasnt under any foreigngovernment Mall be used first, for the payment of obligations pledging revenues
(.1) No any
or person civil office of emolument under the United ...... or ..nyo'h.r IB IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirement of allocated pursuant to Article IX Section 16. of the Constitution of1BB9.

stats, shill hold any office of honor or of emolument under tb.gov.rnnat .section 101.11 Florida Statutat the substance "of' the amendment aa amended, and any refunding thereof second, for the payment of
of this ...... No person shall hold at the *... ties more proposed herein shall appear on the ballot aa followat debt service on bonds issued ss provided by this paragraph ((5) to finance
then office under the government of the stats and the Courtis. end the acquisition and construction of road se defined by law and third,
on. that a public or military officer Proposing an amendment to Section 14 of Article VII of the State for the acquisition and construction of roads and for road maintenance ae
notary
threln except
munlclpalltlea hold anther offies, and any officer may bs a member of eeene Constitution to allow the issuance of ..... bond for water facilities .. authorized by lev. when authorized by law ststs bonds pledging the iuTT

may ........-r.r.....-.........., constitutional convention or statutory authoriaed by general law. faith and credit of the state may be issued without any slejtloni (i) to
body having only advisory power*. refund obligations secured by.., portion of the "second gas tax"allocated
NO. 5 to e county under Article IX Section 1C, of the Constitution

(b) Each state end county officer biters entering upon the dutlee of of 1B8J, aa amended, ((11) to finance the acquisition and construction of
the offlc., shall ,Iv. band .. required by law, end shall swear or roads in e county Man approved by the governing body of the county and
afflrai CONSTITUTIONAL AMENEMENT: the' ..... agency supervising the state road system. and (Iii) to refund

ARTICLE XII SECTION 9 obligation secured by any portion ot the "aecond gas tax" allocated
under paragraph (ci(4)) ( Ho such bonds shall be issued unless
'1 do solemnly war (or affirm) that X will support protect and a state
d.f.nd the Constitution and Government of the United ststss and of the fiscal agency created by law baa made e determination that in no state

State of rlorldsi that I am duly qualified to hold office under the fiscal year will the debt service requirements 0' the bonds and all other

Constitution of the st.tsi and that I will well and faithfully psrfore bonds secured by the pledged portion of the -.can4 gas tax' allocated to

the dutlsa of ... (title of office) ... on which I em now about to snter. the county .c..d .v.n.y-fl. par cent of the pledged portion of the
'second gas Sex' allocated .0 that county for the preceding state fiscal
So me God.,
help year of the pledged net tolls from existing facilities collected in the

and thereafter shall devote personal attention to the duties of the SECTION t. Bon ..- preceding state fiscal ysar and of the annual average net tolls

office, and continue in office until his successor qusllfles. anticipated during the first fire state fiscal years of oprration 0' new

duties coapansatlan end msthod ef payment of ...t. (la) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES; projects to be finance and of.n other 10.11 y svailabl. pledged
(c) The powers. ,
revenues collected In preceding state fiscal ear. Bonds isausd
shell be Used by lav.MITieu .
end county officer ((1) Article IX. Section 17, of the Constitution of 1BBS a* amended, pursuant to this subsection ehell be payable primarily from the pledged

e* it meted immedietaly before this Constitution, .. revised in 19<.. toile( end the pledged portion of the second gas tale allocated to that
became effective, ia adopted by this' reference aa a part of this revision county, and any other pledged revenue and shall mature not later than
ea completely aa though incorporated herein verbatim, esoept revenue forty yeara from the date of Issuance:

bonds, revenue oertificatea or other evidences of indebtodnaaa hereafter

XIAMENDMENTS. issued thereunder may be issued by the agency of the etste so authorisedby

.. law.

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(d) SCHOOL BONDS.
NHhin--lhiety-days-5ltereha-.d ..rn....-..-.".-.ef...*-*5555 eii

..-.h.-.g i ea b r.-..ns*n*.-..-."*-.e*e"-'.*< --.*E...*..--."*.--*n-w M**" (Cl) Article XII, Section. Subsection (d) of this .constitution aaamended
*o..--....e*.a t.e..--**-..op*es,-.er.-...,,-.wn.o*t,,-,...-.heree,...,-..heee which, by reference, adopted Article XII. Section 18. of the
.".N-**-*...e b.."..-.-.*..a.a***..-..r..N..-...s*...*..-...y.a teM ((3) That portion of Article XII motion 9. Subeontion (I.) of this Constitution of 1885 es amended. ) ae the cane existed immediately before

........,-.".*.,-.....-........, Constitution aa amended, which by reference adopted Article. XII. Section the effective date of this amendment. ie adopted by this reference aa part
1* of the Constitution of 16BJ, aa amended, .. the sumo existed
of this amendment a* completely e* though incorporated] herein verbatim
4.{--.h*-*.......,-**.....-..-.".-...... immediately before the effective date of this amendment ia adopted by for the purpose of providing that after the effective date of this
this reference aa part of this revision aa completely ee tbougbincorpo..ed
amendment the first proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensingof
herein verbatim, for the purpose of providing that after the
4.t--f.-----.r. vehicles referred therein shall be distributed
motor SB to annually
all of the of the
effective date of this amendment proceeds revenues
the several counties in the ratio of the number of instruction
4.>----nine---.sa..r*---.*>.....--.,--."*--.,.*a*.--.*--.A r-A*..*__.i derived from the gross rseaipta tales aa therein defined collected in among units in each county, the sans being cotarmlnus with the school district

..,.......t...*-..*-.,.*-.*.....-**......'-hye.heprest4ane.eSheeenaer each year shall be epplled as provided therein to the extent necessary to of each county as provided In Article IX .Section. Subsection I.) of
comply with all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds or
and this constitution in each as therein to the
year computed provided
of this amendment
certificates issued before the effective data or any
extent to with all to for the benefit of
i.t-------- .*..**-*!-.".-**. *.*-*.*.*: refundinge thereof which are secured by such gross receipt tan**. No holdera of neceaaary bonds or motor comply vehicle tar obligations anticipation or certificates issued

-,e..'.e-vt.,,he-dv....-..-.".- ....**.* bonds or other obll ..lon. may be Issued pursuant to the provisions of before the effective date of this amendment or any refundinga thereof
Article XII. Section 19, of the Constitution of ISBS ea amended, but
which are secured by any portion of such revenues derived from thelicensing
I
this provision shell not be construed to prevent the refunding of any
of motor vehicles.
..>-.*. such outstanding bonda or obligations pursuant to the provisions of thissubsection
4ef---.".-..........-.he..-..**.n*..-..n.membeeehseBmm4ssenl >
%h....a.|..--...a..*..-..-.".-.........t*f-*".-..m i se...-."d*-Y.--i titled.kt (a(2)) (3)( .o funds anticipated to be distributed annually among' tha aaveraltoontlee

...-.".-.*..-.......-..- l .-.........-...**...mene. Subject to the 'requirements of thefflrat paragraph of this eubiea'tl'on;, '. under the formula stated in Article'XII, Section e, Subsection
Cd) of this constitution amended ths meted
i-se0..n.-es-M.wat4 (.)((2), beginning July 1. 171. and for fifty years thereafter, all of aa as same immediately
__ ......- ...*..n-ee..1..Nrehsi,
.. before
1 e. ..." .. the effective date of this amendment .".11 b* pledged a* security
..ten the proceeds of the ravenuea derived from the gross receipts taseacollected
.... -... .-...- .i.wlge..l.esyev..10.M.onstH for hereafter
e.-.. and any obligation iud or entered into except that any
..--.".--*.....--"..1PAiM.e4ma.'_end,-....-i.urhers.n.A.adrNa4gAyd.y1 from every person, inoludingrmunicipelifciea, aa provided outstanding obligations previously issued pledging such funds may be
of this subsection ( ) ((2) in
....... -,*..-.sties-eh.--.ne.e.ey, levied as of the time of adoption a chapter
... ..
.- ,
....-..-.".-....-, i : Florida celled tasae") refunded et e lower nt average interest cost rate by.". issuance of
anySECTION 203 Statutes, hereinafter "groa* receipts .
..----.r.--------- shall, aa collected be placed in a trust fund to be known as the "publio refunding bonds maturing not later than the obligations refunded, secured
....-.f-... education capital outlay and debt aarviee trust fund" in the atatetreasury by the same revenues and any other security authorized in paragraph Ill: )

(hereinafter referred to .. capital outlay fund") and used of this subsection (d) .

only. provided herein.


S. A...n ..n. 0' lavlllan election.'
(II Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((1) of this subsection
amendment to or revision of this eonatltutlon. or any (Cd) 1 1971 and fox thereafter the
(a) A proposed nest 9.n.r.l .The capital outlay fund shall be administered by the state board of beginning July thirty-five yeas ,
subaltted to the elector at the first of the derived from the of
shall be revenues licensing motor
of I., proceeds
part
after the Joint r..olu.loo education aa created and constituted by action 2 of Article. IX of the
election held sore than ninety days .. vehicles to the extent necessary to comply with the provisions of this
in referred to
constitutionalconvention Constitution of Florida aa revised 19 8 (hereinafter
Initiative petition or report of 44n--eemm4ss4n--r amendment shall aa collected be pieced monthly in th school district
It I. Had with the secretary of ...t., vnl..., atste board") or by such other inetrumantality of the state which shall
proposing and junior college district capital outlay and debt service fund in the
of the duties and) functions of the state
hereafter euceeed law the
afflraatlve vote of three-fourth by to powers,
to law enacted by the state treasury and used only aa provided in this amendment. Such revenue
limited to a single the duties and function of the state board
elsmberahlp of the legislature and board including powers,
of each house shall be distributed annually among. the several school districts and
submitted. an earlier special election provided in this subsection (.)(2)( ). The state board shall ba a body
It 1*
dlitVicte ratio
aendaent or revlalon. junior collage in the of the number of instruction unitein
herein in addition to
and shall have all the powers provided
corporate
held sore than ninety days after such flUn all other constitutional end statutory powers related to the purposes of each school district or junior college district in each year computed

. ; aUth vk Inmed lately this subssotion (s(2)) ) heretofore or hereafter conferred by law upon the aa provided hsrsin. Ths amount of the first revenues derived from the
(Ib) Once In the tenth weak, and once In the state motor vehicU license taxes to be so sst aside in each year and
preceding the week in which the election la held, the proposed amsndmsnt ..... board, or its predecessor created by the Constitution of l.aS. e* distributed as provided herein shell be sn amount equal in the aggregateto

, or revision with notice of the date of election at which It will be mended the product of six hundred dollars ($600)) multiplied by.". total
submitted to the electors, shall be published in one nevspoper of general number of instruction units in ell the school districts of Florida for
circulation in each county in which a newspaper I* published. I.... bonds pledging the full faith and credit of the state may be the school fieeel year 1967-68 plum an amount. equal in the aggregate to
issued, without a vote of &electors, by the atete board pursuant to
the product of eight hundred dollars (U800) multiplied by the total
Icl) If the proposed asendsent or revision I. approved by vote of the the law to finance or refinance capital projects theretofore authorised by number of instruction units in all the school districts of Florida for

electors. It shall be off.c.l.o as .n amendment to or revision of In the leglelsture and any purposes appurtenant or incidental thereto for the school fecal year 1972-71 and for each school fiscal year thereafter
constitution of the .t... on the first Tuesday after the first Monday the state system of public: education provided for in Section 1 of ArticleIX which ie in axeeea of the total number of such instruction units in all
January following the election, or on such other date as may b. specifiedin of this Constitution (hereinafter referred to ea estate ayeteei") the school districts of Florida for the school fiscal year 1967-68 such
institutions of higher learning, junior
the .ndo.nt or r..I.lon. including but not limited to definedor eseeea units being designated "growth unita." The amount of the first
colleges, vocational technical schools, or public schools, aa now
,revenue derived from the stats motor vehicle licence taxes to be ao set
with the requirement of hereafter be defined I... All such bond shall mature not
SI IT FURTHER RESOLVED that In accordance aa may by
aside in each and distributed herein
ae provided shall additionally
the substance of the ...n ..nc. later than July 1. 20a,. All other details of such bonds shall be aa year
Florida Statutet
section 101. lei, be
in the
such an amount equal aggregate to the product of four hundred
herein shall on the ballot a* follows IProposing provided by law or by the proceeding authorising bonds provided
proposed appear however, that no bonds, except refunding bonds, shall be issued, and "bo dollar '.OO) multiplied by the total. number of Instruction units in all

...n ..nt. to Section S of Article II and Sections 2 and S proceeds shell be expended for the cost of any capital project, unles junior college districts of Florida. The number of instruction units in
each school district district in each for the
Constitution the legieleture.Bond or junior college year
Constitution to abolish the such project has been authorimad by
of Article XI of the State
purpoeee of this ..__ shall toe the greater of (1) the number of
Revision Commission.. instruction units In each school district for the school fiscal
issued pursuant to this subsection (1.)12.b.ll( be primarily year
payable from such revenues derived from gross receipts taxes, and shall 197-68 or junior collage district for the school fiscal year 1968-69
NO. 2CONSTITUTIONAL be additionally secured by.". full faith and credit of the ...... Bo computed In the manner heretofore provided by general law or ((2) the

such bond shall aver be issued in .n amount exceeding ninety percent of number of lo..ructlont01... in much school diatrict including growth
the amount which the state board determines can be serviced by the unite* or junior college district for the school fiscal year computed in
revenues derived from the gross raceipta taxes accruing thereafter under the manner heretofore or hereafter provided by general law and approved
the provisions of this subsection (a(2)) ( ) and such determination shall be by the state board of education (hereinafter called the ..... board) or
AMENEHENTARTICLE conducive.Tha (1): ) the number of instruction unit in each school dietrict, including

I SECTION 23 growth unite, or junior college district on behalf of which the stats

money In the capital outlay fund in each fiscal year shall be board h.. issued bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
under this amendment which will produce sufficient revenues under this
used only for the following purposes and in the following order of
amendment to equal one and twalve-hundredthe (1.12)) times the aggregate

SECTION 31. Right of privacy.--Bvery natural peraon has the right ti priority amount of principal of and interact on all bonds or motor vehicle tex

be let one end free from governments! intrusion Into his privete lif!': a. For the payment of the principal of and interest on any bond anticipation certificates issued under this amendment which will mature
except se otherwise provided herein section shall not be construe' maturing in such fiaoal and become due in such year, computed in the manner heretofore or
to limit the public'e right of accaes'to' public records and meetingje a, yearib. ,hereafter provided by general law and approved by the state board.

provided by lav.8E For tha deposit into reserve fund provided for in thef
any (C.) Such funds ao distributed shall be administered ".
proceeding euthorising the issuance of bowie of any amount required tot by. state
o board now created and constituted by Section 2 of Article. IX of the
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that is accordance with the requiramanta be deposited in such reserve funds in such fisoel yearn a
section 101.141, florida Statutes, the substance of the amendmenproposed State constitution aa raised in 168 or by such other instrumentality

hsrain shall appear on the ballot aa follovat o. For direct payment of the cost or any part of the coat of any of the atete which shall hereafter succeed by law to the povare, duties
theretofore authorised by the and functions of the state boerd, including the powers duties end
capital for the
project state :
system
Proposing the creation of faction 31: of Article I of'the Stet,S 1 legislature, or for the purcheee or redemption of outstanding bond in functions of the state board provided in this amendment.. For the

Constitution establishing ."constitutional right of privacy. accordance with the provision of the proceeding which authorised the purposes of this amendment, said state board shall be a body corporate
,land shall have all the powers provided in this amendment in addition to
issuance of such bonda.b .
ell other constitutions end statutory powers related to the purposes of
this amendment heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said state board.


NO. 3

( ) REPIMDIBa SONDS. tevenus buds to finance the cost of state

capital projects issued prior to the date this revision beooee
COHSTITUT10HHLAKTICU IUIDlD.nll" effective, including projects of the Florida state turnpike authority o. SI The' state board shall in addition to its other constitutional
III. SECTION 7 its successor but .cludlng .11 portion. of the state highway systm. may, and statutory power, have the management, control end supervision of the

''be refunded a provided "y low without vote of the electors at a lover proceeds of the first pert of the revenue derived from the licensing of

net average interest coat rate "y the issuance of bonds maturing not motor vehicles provided for in this subsection (Cd) The state board]

later than the obligations refunded. securad by the same revenues only.d shall also have power, forth* purpose of obtaining fund for the use of

SECTION 7. Paaaaoe of bllle.--sjiy. bill mey originate in either nouai. any school board of any school district o. board 0' trustees of any
and after passage in one mwy be amended in the other. It shall be reai (10) MOTOR VEHICLE: FUEL TAXES. junior collage district 10 acquiring. building constructing altering.
in each house on three separate days, unless this rule le waived by t -e1I"9 Improving' enlarging. furnishing, equipping maintaining.
third voter provided the publication of its title in the journal of wo(1)( A. state tax, designated "second gee ,.i.- of two cents per gallonupon renovating, lfo repairing of capital outlay projects for school purposes
, house shell satisfy the rem remn for the firet reading. in that nome,. gasoline and other like products of petroleum end an equivalent tas to issue bonds actor vehicle tax anticipation ., and also
" On each reading it shall b read by title only, unless one-third of t hiS .. upon other sources of energy used to propel motor vehicle. aa levied by S'to issue such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificstse to
members. preeent desire it read) In full. On final paeeeg. the vote 01 f Article ix. Section 16, of the constitution of 1..5. es emended, is pay, fund or refund any bonds or motor vehicle tam anticipation
each member voting shall be entered on the journal. Paeeege of a bill i hereby continued fe>--s-psssed-ef-..,-_....<**.,..-,*.... The proceeds' osrtifioatsa theretofore issued by said state bo.c' All such bond. 0'
shall require a majority vote in each noua*. Bach bill and joint.t of said tea shall be placed monthly ia the state roads distribution fund motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall bear interest at not'
resolution passed in bath houses shall be signed by the preaidimofficers in the state treasury. exceeding five par centum per annum, or such higher interest rate aa may
of the respective houaei and by the secretary of the senate an.I be .S0**"* by statute heretofore or hereafter passed by e three-fifth
the clerk of the house of representatives during the session or ea eon,x (la) Article ix. Section. 1., of the Conatltution of IMSaa amended' ( 1/S: >>> vote of each house of the 1. I.l.turo. All such bonds shall

aa practicable after its adjournment sin di*. ia adopted by this reference aa a part of this revision ea completely es, mature serially! in annual installments _. more than three 111)
though incorporated herein verbatim for the ... po.. of providing that" yeare from the date of issuance thereof and ending not later than thirty

S. IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following statement be placed on th,S after the effective date of this revision the proceed of the second gai,1:10): ,.... from the date of issuance, or July 1. 2O07. ".D.. whichever I.
earlier. .
All such motor vehicle tax anticipation
ballot oountieiin certificates
tax referred the several shall
ea
to therein located among
shell be mature prior to July 1. 3007, A.D. The state board shell have
<,
accordance to the extent neoeeeery power to
with the formula stated therein
CONSTITUTIONAL' AMEMDMEVTARTICLC benefit of holdera of bond.revenue ., determine all other dataila of' amid bonds or motor vehicle tax
with
comply all obligation for the
III. ICTIO 7 oartlficatee to M certificate or any refunding .n.I..lc.ion certificate and to sell et public sale after public.
and
tae anticipation
., or exchange said bonds or motor vehicle tex enticioatloncertlficatee
Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to provide that th e, thereof secured by any portion of the 'aaeond. fee ta.. r upon such ..... and !conditions" .. the state board shall

publication of the title of bill in. the legislative journal hal provido
m I Ill Bo fade allocated under the formula stated li.
the first of the three readings required by the ststlonstitutlon. anticipated to be
serve aa
Article IX. Section 14. of the Constitution of'1"'. as emended, shall b..

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September 25. MWO TELEGRAPH Pale ISAienAIn

ubeection- (a) M contained herein.
.....'..

(6)) **. .*.*. board ehell lo have power to pledge for the psym.ntPjjneipel : (g) If, at the general election at which this amendment la adopted Cont. from pfl. 11A
of the of and int.r..t on such bond or motor v.htols tee there i* also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed
certificates. including refunding bond or refunding motor' language of subsection (d) differ from that contained herein, then such
vehicle tae! anticipation certificate.. all or any pert from the other language shall prevail over the language of subsection (d) acontained All persons having
anticipated *. "*">.. to be derived from the Homing of motor v.hicl. herein. claims ar demand
provided for in this anl.nltaOTt and to enter into any covenants and other against the estate are
(Cb) If, at the general election at which this amendment la adopted. required. WITHIN THREI
agr.aents. with the 1>ola.r. of such bond or motor v.bicl. tat: there 1* also adopted an amendment to this section wherein the proposed MONTHS FROM THE
anticipation __ificat.. at the "180. of the in.u.nc. thereof conc.rnln language of subsection (0) differ from that contained herein, then such DATI OF THE FIRST
the security t*>.r"* and th. rights of the Hold.r. thereof. all of Vhlel
other language mm to subsection (c) shall prevail over the language of PUBLICATION Of THIS
covenants and agreeants shall ooaetitute legally binding and irr.voc.bli subsection (c) ae contained herein. This amendment shall take effect e* NOTICE to file with" the
contract with such holders and shall be fully enforce.ble by such of 1 1975.BE .
July clerk of the above courta
holder in any court of competent Jurisdiction '
of
( wrln.fi statement
IT VURTHBft RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirement of claim or demand
(7)) .0 any
111 bonds
shall or rotor v.hicl. tae anticipation certificates section 101.161, Florida statutes the substance of the amendmentpropoeed they may .have. Each
be
war 1..ed by th. .tat. board until aftr the adoption of a
herein shall the
ballot
appear on aa followai claim mu. be In writing
resolution lI'.qu..ting the issuance thereof by the school board of thiohool
district or board of tru.t..s of the district and must Indicate the
junior college or Propo.ing an amendment to Section 9 of Article XII of the State basis for the claim the
behalf
education of shall Which limit the obligation ar. to be l..u.d. Th. atat board of Constitution replacing the 49-yeer limitation on the use of the "..coneS .,,1 t name and odd,...of the
the amount of such bond. motor vehicle taianticipation
or
gas tax': to finance bonds for road with, a 40-year limitation upon the creditor or hi. agent or
certlficete. Which can be is.u.d on behalf of any school bond secured and from ..i\
payable by- revenues the tax. Proposing to i I'' attorney and the
district
or junior college district to nin.ty percent (.O%) of the amountwhich
authorise counties to utilise such revenues for road maintenance a* amount claimed. H the
it determine. can be serviced by the r.v.nu. accruing to th. school ", r
authorised law rather than just for the construction of
district or by acquisition or claim Is not yet due, the ,
junior coll.g. district under the of this
provision roads. Proposing to allow the of
use r.v.nu. other than those from the date when It will become
and such determination. shall b* conolu.lv. All .uch bond
2SJ2rnii tae or tax and pledged toll to pay bonds secured by the tax. Proposing to due shall be stated. It
f 1 : anticipation certificates .hall be issued in th. nun.
of the .tat. board of education but .hall be issued for and on behalf of the claim Is contingent or
the school board of the school district or board of tru.t. of th.lunior include within the formula used to determine the debt service unliquidated the nature
coll.g. district r.qu..tlng the issuance thereof. and no election requirement on such bond legally available pledged revenue other than ol the uncertainly shall
or approval of qualified .l.ctor. shall b. required for the i.eu.nc thoee from the tax and from tolla. be stated. If the claim Is
tnereoc. .secured the security
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto tt my hand and affixed the Great Seal shall be described. The

(8)) The state board shall in .ach year use the fund distributable if the State of Florida at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 12th day of August A.D., I claimant uHlcl.nl shall deliver of the
pursuant to this am.ndm.nt to the credit of each school district or 1980. Y copies
claim to the clerk to
junior co119 district only in the following manner and in order of GEORGE
priority5 FIRESTONE enable the clerk to mall

SECRETARY OF STATE one copy to> each personal

.. To foT'1Ply with the ""J1111"11"11** of paragraph (1) of tbi..ub..ction persons representative.All InterestedIn .

. CODING: Words In .t".k h>.. > type are deletion from existing! law; word In the estate to whom a

b. To pay all amount of principal and interest m.turing In such y.az' underscored: type are additions. copy of this Notice of Administration .
on any bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificate. issued under has .been
the authority hereof Including refunding bond or motor vehicle tax mailed or. required
anticipation cert.ific.tee, issued on behalf of the school board of ...cb WITHIN THREE MONTHS
school district or board of tru.teee of such junior college di.trlet School Lunch Menus FROM THE DATE OF THE

ubct.. however to any cov.n.nta'oll' agr..menta made by the atate board FIRST PUBLICATION OF
concerning th. right. btwn holders of different issues of such bond. THIS NOTICE to file any
or motor vehicle tae anticipation c.rtiflc.t.. .. herein authorlaad.e. Solltllslde, Starke Lawtey. Tuesday Sept. 30: Meatloaf, mashed ob.ctlons| they may
potatoes & gravy, turnip greens, have that chall.ng.s the

To establish and maintain sinking fund of fund to meet future Hampton. Brooker Elemen- cornbread, cake w/fruit topping, validity of 'the decedent'swill

r.quir.m.nt for d.bt .rvica or re..rv therefor on bond or motor tary and Bradford Middle and milk.Wednesday. th.qualifications
vehicle tax anticipation certificate iaauad on behalf of the school Schools: Oct. It: Fried chicken, the personal representative

board of .uch school district or board of tru.t. of such junior coll.g. Monday, Sept. 29: Corndogs. baked yellow rice buttered peas, or the venue or
district under the authority h.r.of. wh.n.v.r the at.t. board shall deem beans, cabbage slaw cookie, ap- strawberry 'Shortcake, hot rolls, jurisdiction ol the Court.
it necessary or advisable, and in such amount and und.r such terms. and and milk. and milk.Thursday. All CLAIMS
condition .. the at.t. board shall in It. discretion determine. plesauce, Oct. 2: Pizza, Italian DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
Tuesday. Sept. M: ghettCw/meat salad corn cookie applesauce NOT SO FILED
salad ,
d. To distribute annually to th. .v.r.l school hoards of th. school sauce cheese stlx, garden and milk. WILl BE FOREVER BARRED -
districts or th. board of trusties of the junior college districts for .. apple crisp, hot rolla,-and milk. FrIday Oct. 3: Baked fish portion,
u>. in payment: of debt service on bond heretofore or hereafter i..u.d by Wednesday. Oct. 1 Chicken tetrazzlnl, cheese grits, cabbage slaw, hush Date of the first

any such school board of th. school districts or bo.rd. of tru.t.. of j mixed vegetables, peaches and puppies, fruit jello, and milk. publication of this Notice
the junior college districts Where the proceed of th. bonds were u..d. 1.< banana cake, cheese: rolls, at Administration:
or are to be u..d. in the acquiring building, constructing altering ... milk. AL-A-CARTE September 35 1980.

remodeling imp oving. enlarging. furnishing, equipping maintaining Thursday, Oct. 2: Hamburger gravy Monday Sept. 29: Cheeseburgers, /./Johnny D. Sumner,
renovating or repairing of capital outlay proj.ct. in such school rice, green beans, fruit cup pizza French fries milkshakesand As Personal R.pr.i.n-
di.trict. or junior college di.trict. and whim. capital outlay project biscuits: and milk. tatlv. of the Estate of
have b..n approved by the .chool board of the school di.trict or bo.rd of "" Friday. Oct. 3: Fish portions, cheese orange juice.Cuban sandwich Ratio Sumner, D......
tru.tee. of th. junior colI.. di.trict. half cornbread Tuesday Sept. 30: ,
pursuant to the most recant grits, turnip greens, pear French fries milkshakes. ed.ATTORNEY
survey or aurvey conducted under regulation prescribed by the stete and milk. pizza, FOR PERSONAl .
board to d.t.rmin. the capital outlay need of the .chool district or .,,' Wednesday, Oct. II: Hamburgers, REPRESENTATIVE

junior college district. The state bo.rd .h.ll have power at the time. of Bradford High School menu Corndogs, cheeseburgers, orange : WOLBERT t
la.uanc of. any bond by any school bo.rd of any .chool district or boardof juice, milkshakes. SAXON, SHON A. SAX
Thursday Oct. 2: Cuban sandwich, ON. P.O. Box 1086.
tru.t. of any junior college district to covenant and agree with
such school board or board of trustees as to th. rank and priority of REGULAR hamburgers, French fries, Starke. Florida 32091. f{
Monday, Sept. 29: Spiced ham sand- milkshakes. Telephone ((904))
payment to be made for different issues of bond under this aubparagraph:
wich macaroni cheese, greeen Friday Oct. 3: Cheeseburgers, pizza 964-32OO.:
d.. and may further agree that any amount to be distributed under this ,
subparagraph d. may be pledged for th. d.bt service on bond issued by beans, peach half, cookie, and orange juice, French frIebmilkshakes. 9/29 4tchg 10/16.

any school board of any school district or board of tru.tee. of any milk. .
junior college district and for the rank and priority of .uch pltdge.

Any such covenant or agreement. of the .t.te board may be enforced by .".
any holder of such bond in any court of competent jurisdiction. "


e. To distribute annually to the ..".11'.1 .chool board of the .chool .
dl.trict. or board of tru.tee. of the junior college districts for the Love Bugs are

payment of the coat of acquiring, building constructing altering. Here a
remodeling. Improving enlarging, furnishing .quipping, maintaining Again ,.
..,. .
renovating, or repairing of capital outlay project for school purposes r .... ...., .. ., .. Girl Scout News .u. Melissa1 May, reporter' for the'!
in such school district junior college district a. shall be requ.ated : ; :: ,4.: Green Acres 4-H Club, announces

by resolution off the school board of the school district or board oi t "Fight Love Bugs Day". On Saturday

trustees of the junior, college di.trict. ..' ,September 27th, the Green Acres
4-H Club will sponsor a Car Wash.
f. When all major capital outlay need of a school district or junioi This will be the first money making
.. determined the .t.t. board on the
college district have been met by
for the club. the
they
project use
Church. profits
bade of a .urv.y made pursuant to regulation of the state board an< Eaves
by Carolyn Brownie 683 will meet Thurs to help support their communityand
Troop
shall be
approved, by the .tat board all such fund remaining
Phone 964-5812 other 4Hers. The Car Wash will
day after school at Southside with
In such .chool
distributed annually and used for such school purposes
Elemen
district or junior college district aa the .chool board of the .chool Come on girls at Starke Patsy Phillips and Nancy Odom. be at the Community State Bank
district or board of tru.t. of the junior college district shall tary School, we need more Brownies Brownie Troop 690 will meet Friday 4 beginning at 9 a.m. and ending at 3
from first, second and third grades. Christian Church with The charge will be $1.00. Come
determine. or aa may be provided by g.n.ral law. to 5:30: at the p.m.
Meeting on Tuesday after school at Andy Garcia and Adona Schaefer. help them and let them help you by

(9) Capital outlay project of a school district or junior college Starke Elementary will be Brownie Junior Troop 614 will meet Monday 7 wiping away your Love Bugs.
district shall be .ligibl. to participate in the fund accruing under Troop 301, leaders Linda Roberts and to 8 at Small World Nursery with Remember: Car Wash, Sat., Sept.

this amendment and derived from the proceeda of bond and motor vehicle Cheryl Moaa.Tbursday. Diane Tierney and Cindy Zurfluh.A 27, 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Community State
tax anticipation certificates and from the motor vehicle license taxes. after school at the new Junior Troop 601 will meet at Bank, charge 100. (Also make a note
only in the order of priority of needs, as shown by a survey or .ulI'v.Y. Masonic Hall is Brownie Troop 311 Southside with Monterey Wasdin and on your calendar to watch for their
conducted in the school district or junior college di.trict under with leaders Clarice Stephens and Donna Gruen, "tree sale" near the end of January
regulation prescribed by the at.te board, to determine the capital Ann Davis. Neither of these troopsare Successful registration nights were 1981.)
outlay need of the school di.trict or junior college district end full so let us hear from you if you held last week at Lawtey and

approved by the state board provided that the priority of such project. have an interested Brownie-age Brooker, with leader. ready to start I
may be changed fron time to tine. upon the request of the school board of daughter.
the scout year soon. We hope to have FOR RENT ,
the school district or board of tru.t.. of the junior college district Junior Troop 60S will be meeting at also.
Hampton area registration soon,
and with the approval of the .t.t. board, and provided further that this the Christian Church on Thursdayswith All leaders and assistant leadersare 2 BR Trailer :

paragraph (9) shall not in any manner attest any covenant agreement or Judy Dukes and Joyce Sutton. invited to the Western Steer Steak with 'large tcr..nsd porch
pledge med by the et.te board in the issuance by said state board of any Cadette Troop 520 will be meeting doubl. carport SI 50.00
bond or motor v.hicl. tax anticipation certificate, or In connectionwith at the Methodist Church on Tuesdaywith House next Tuesday Sept. 30 for the mo. Apply In person 100
, the issuance of any bond of any school board of any school Carolyn Eaves. QSP dinner sponsored by Readers East Call St.. Slarka.' Itchg

district or board of trustees of any junior college di.trict. Senior Troop 669 will meet with p.m.Digest.for We QSP will Information meet from 6:30 dinner: to 9:30 and: 925.

Laurie Mullins each Wednesday 6 to
invest fund fund created Neighborhood meeting. Don's miss
(10) Th. state board may any .inking or
Methodist
7:30 also at the
pur.u.nt to this amendment In direct obligations of the United States of : p.m. thisl

America orin the bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificate..
i..u.d by the state board on behalf of the school board of any school I

district or board of tru.t... of any junior college di.trict. .
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((11) The state board shall have power to make and enforce all rule "
and regulation necessary to the full exercise of the power herein Church News I' fl
granted and no legislation shall be required to render this amendment of "
full force and operating affect. The legislature shall not reduce the I
levies of said motor vehicle license taxis during the life of this

amendment to any degree Which will fail to provide the full amount Earl G. Hunt. Jr., will be held at the United Pentecostal Church
necessary to comply with the provisions of this amendment and pay the First United Methodist First Church of Gainesville, 7:30: ,p.m. 204 N. Waters St. '

necessary expenses of administering the law relating to the licensing of Church News Sept.: 26. Pastor Rev. O.L. Wells '
motor vehicle, and shall not enact any law having .the effect of The Chancel Choir is begining a
withdrawing the proceed of such motor vehicle license taxes from the To celebrate Sunday School's 200th commitment which includes 964-7420

operation of this amendment and shell not enact any law, impairing or birthday on Christian Education Sun renewing the vows program taken when joining Friday 7:30: p.m. Youth Service \

materially altering the right of the holder of any bond or motor day, the First Methodist Church of the church and what that will mean in Sunday 10-00: A.M. Sunday School
vehicle tax anticipation certificates. l..u.d, pur.u.nt to this, amendment Starke will begin the Sept. 28 Sunday the 1980's and especially 1981. Sunday.7:30p.m.EvangellstlcSer.history :

or impairing or altering any covenant or agreement of the state board, a* School program with a play on the Chancel Choir rehearsal Is Wednesvice :

provided in such bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificatea. of the Sunday School in the day at 7:45.: Youth Choir rehearsal at Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Study

((12) The state board .h.ll have power to appoint, uch per.on. and fix sanctuary.Members will be wearing bicentennial 6:45: p,m. for Obey Acts 2:33-39:
their compen.ation for the administration of the provision of this costumes and specially The Mother's Day out program

amendment aa it shall deem necessary and the expenses of the state boardin ordered T-shirts. Refreshments will children ages 3 to Kindergarten has REVIVALSmyrna I
adminiaterlng the. provision of this amendment shall be prorated among be served the fellowship hall with begun in the church nursery. The cost Church corner of
districts and junior college districts and paid out of Is S4 per day 6:30: to 12:30 Wed. and Baptist ,
the various school the largest birthday cake anyone has '
of the bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificatesor Fri. For more information call the Pratt & Myrtle St., Sept. 29 Oct. 4,
the proceed
ever seen. David Brown.'
nightly. Rev. "
distributable to each school district or junior college church office. .
fund
from the During the worship service there Special
and sale will be singing each evening.old .
license tares A Bake Carport
vehicle are
district on the same be.l. a* such motor I 'will be singing some of the favorite
distributable to the various school district or junior college diatrict dedication of Sunday Oct. 3.9 Iii 3pm. on (he fellowship Gospel singing with the Jericho
under the provision of this amendment. Interest or profit on sinking hymns a hall carport by WSCS Group 2. Singers, Sat. Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m. t
School workers and special recognition j
fund investment shall accrue to the school dl.trict or junior college I '
diatriet in proportion to their respective equities In the sinking fund of all Bradford County teachers
attending Everyone will be given a
or fund. Gospel Sing
memento as a remembrance of this PINE LEVEL BAPTIST '

(13) Bond issued by the state board pur.u.nt to this subsection (d) '. r. joyous event. The sermon topic for CHURCH Pine Grove Methodist 'Church InRaiford
shall be payable primarilyfrom said motor vehicle license taxes a* ,<, ',' t, the morning worship service Is The will have a gospel, sing Satur* I,
provided h.r.in. and if heretofore or hereafter authorised by law may be .: '" Journey", the evening service Is "The, '3'. ml.we SUrke-llwy 100 day night Sept. 27 at 7:30: pm: J
,
;
additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of the state \ .1\\ : Whole Conversation by the Rev. Roman Alvarei. Pastor featuring The lIln'SilCO'f: am lye

without an election. Wh.n heretofore or hereafter authorised by law, I .,. ', 'i../:' Warren Langer. The public Is Sehedul.oI8ervleea. '
bond. issued pursuant Article XII. Section 1$ of the Constitution of, J : ',' welcome. SUNDAY CARDOFTJIANKS' n
188S. aa amended prior to 1'61. and bond issued pursuant to Articl. XII : A prayer study will be held In (he Radios(WPXE) 8:39 To those who expressed their sym .

Section 9. subsection (d) of the Constitution. revised la 1.6ar end ., 'r4. ', sanctuary: Sept. 28 from 6:00: 6:30: Sunday School 10:00 In so many beautiful and pray 1
bond issued pursuant to this subsection (d) ," may be refunded by the ''"t ? '" 4 p.m. This six week prayer study wilt Morning Worship 11:00 tical pathy during our recent bereavement .. ,
scoured the full faith and clI'e4it'of ,\ 1..11 Adult Choir Rehearsal S:30 ways
issuance of bond additionally by J1' be an exploration of the power we extend our heartfelt thanks. 1
the state only at a lower net average interest coat rate.' .prayer and development'I for a dailyof Training Time' 6:30: The family of Ray Stone

4 ,:' meaningful prayer life, taught by Evening Worship 7:00
(e) DEBT LIMITATION. Bond issued pursuant to this Section 9 of '. .ire ,Rev. Warren Langer. WEDNESDAY:. CARD THANKS
Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pursuant to ; The "Corner Disciples" Sunday MIcJ.WeekServlce 7:30 1 1i

this section shall not be included In applying the limits upon the amount I:. School class is having a covered dish Adult Choir Rehearsal 8:30 '
of state bond contained Section 11. Article VII<,< of this rviaion. '. I "Pig Picking" supper tonight, THURSDAY We would like to express: our

) at 7 In the Soulwmnlng Visitation 7:15 sincere thanks to each] and everyone'
Thursday p.m.
at the ,general election at'Which this amendment 1* adopted '
(f) If fellowship hall. Mr. and Mrs. Bill SATURDAY for their kindness during our sorrow.
there i* also adopted aa amendment to this section Wherein the proposed Bus Workers'Meeting 9:00a.m. The Family of the late
Lawson are coordinating this event.
language of subsection (differs from that contained herein then such
other language a*. to subsection: (a) shall prevail' ovr .th* language of A reception for the Bishop and Mrs. Bus Visitation 9:30a.m.: Mrs.Marie Jones



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Eastside Wins 25-23 Aerobic Dance

Class Begins Sept. 30


TD Pass Costs Tornado Win An aerobics dance class: taught by
I g Desperation Mrs. Carol Stevenson Is set to begin
next Tuesday; Sept. 30, at the Brad
ford Middle School gym.
r r'V Classes will be taught from 4-8 p.m.
V l Tuesday and Thursday.In .

f ( ard pass thrown between two Eastside fumbled to BUS but BUS BHS AdvantageDoesn't i Brown to a yard, and defensive tackle Woodard, came back In as quarter*. Just turn eight into weeks"dreams, your," througheasytolearn worriescan
Torna1c. defenders into the left comer gave it back the next play with two Frank Swindell chased QB Woodard back'for the Rams,and got five yards dances,
of the endzone with no time left on the minutes left In the first period.A Hold UpIt down in the Ram backfield: and held around right end before monster man favorite popular choreographedto songs, Mrs.
clock beat Bradford High 25-23 In a pass interference penalty on looked like the BUS advantage him to a yard's gain. David Sparks kicked him out of Stevenson your says.

wild-scoring, lights-out delayed con- Dwayne McBride, who turned his wouldn't hold up as the game wore on, On four down from the BUS 6, bounds at the BUS 10. Aerobic dancing Is a blend of dancing
test with Eastside: High of back and tried to shield the ball from Ahmad booted his short field goal. With only six seconds remaining and jogging, which incorporatesall
Gainesville.It the receiver, gave Eastside a first Tornadoes Neither team could do much with Debose threw to Miles who ran out of the essentials of a complete
was the second time In two weeks down at the BUS 29 yard line with 1:32: of the crowd of some 3,000 left when the football as the final period wore the Ram backfield and to the left corner physical fitness program in one, fun
the Bradford High pass defense broke left In the first period. BUS midrib the lights failed to come on and more on, and Eastside finally started. pass of the endzone, for the game- high-spirited sport. Each "Dreams"I'

!.. J. ..- went home when It appeared BHS had ing., winning touchdown with no time left class will include: a warm-up routine,
; 811S
... .1f'Ij' I ,;; the game In hand. safety Brian Thomas Intercepted on the clock.: choreographed sit-ups, eight aerobic
Eastside closed: the gap to four a Ram pass at the BHS 12, The extra point kick failed but dances, and a cool-down dance.
points,23-19,when Ahmad kicked a 15 and returned the football to the BHS Eastside didn't need it. For, Information about enrolling,

yard field goal 2 1/2 minutes Into the 38 Taking phone 9648073.Bradford.
r its f over with 1:51: left on the BHS.ES Statistics
Tornadoes clock BHS failed to drive out a first e-Cl..d

from their 45, but a low snap force down as the Tornado offense Just protected ttl.I..1I"1 I ..p Middle School

punter David Sparks to run to the side gain the yardage.football and did not attemptto I)KW Omit..,...... ItoU t..>.
with the football. I .,_ .
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"Kick Itl! Kick III" yelled Coach With 30 seconds left, BHS punter If-ALa. MM.' Dates to remember:
David Hone as Sparks ran toward David Sparks got off a 47 yard effort gIa.w1ILI.eAIAaM.) .4.n..IF M.hILa.
the BHS sideline. But Sparks never but ES's Steve Bloodworth relurneil ... September 25-School pictures will be
the 39 yards, from the Ram 31 to I)11 JMM, n-r..4 nm Mir L.M.w..ry.w
did kick the football and was forced punt "....... khk- made.
out of bounds at the Eastside 46. the BHS 30 as the BUS punt return .)US... ..........IM Mtat k-/ --..V. September 25-PTO Officers meetingat
On second down after defense broke down In a crucial situa- ........--. 7:00: p.m. '
a 15-yard
,
7))mm.W.IM, ,....* holding penalty, Woodard threw to tion.With A.......... :
big sophomore Harold Miles in a pass 18 seconds on the clock, Ram IIi.MI.....l..y..d.m.hw,DM.If-Hd.. tallC ,- Wed. Oct. 1 Language Arts and
play that covered 45 yards before quarterback Woodard threw for ..... P.E.
Mike Testone finally pushed the big receiver Myron Elliot at the five.The Thurs. Oct. 2 Math and Related
sophomore out of bounds. pass was incomplete, but a flag was ,'-'eII ...",... Arts
.....
With a first down at the BHSs 12 thrown on BHS secondary defender IN ......-.'.,. e Fri. Oct. 3 Science and Social
yard line, ESdf running back Larry Kenny Etheride for pass interference, .......,.,/.. I.or Studies
Knight got four yards up the Tornado giving Eastside a first down at the ,,.. P_,.. Idl Mon. Oct. 8- First Six Weeks ends
+' walr! r 1 1B middle to the 8. The BUS front seven BHS 15 yard 1 line with 11 seconds left a I,1.. .Aa..I.M.,...A........ ....., Mon. Oct. 13-Report cards go home.

toughened then. Middle guard Kenny on the clock. //7I _e Un a
Wright! held 192-pound fullback Amos Debose, a better scrambler: than

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Toug liomg... phot by Ted L.M "The Vision to Know

The Tornado offense ground out 200 yards on the ground against a big "

Eastside team, though BUS coaches were satisfied with the effort of the Tornado '1 What to Do...
linemen, especially the ends. \ '
The football Is In the center of this photo as fullback Mike Jordan squeezes out .The Toughness tot
..
yardage with Ram tacklers closing In. ,,
Coach Carlton Kaulk. who tutors the offensive line Is looking for a much- Get It Done."
Improved performance against Palatka tomorrow night.
"When the going gets tough, the tough get going." reads a plaque on the wall

In the BUS field house. P ::4 aR f When you know Bill Gunter and his

I down. But that was not the only guard Kenny Wright shot In to throw I record of public service,then you know

reason BHS is (0-2, after losing the Miles for a three yard loss,back to the why Florida needs his leadership and
&-7 to Macclenny. BHS now 32.: The QB greg Debose got eight
has opener lost both 1980 games by a total of yards at right end before being knocked principles in the United States Senate.As .

four points. out of bounds. Debose fumbled the a Florida State Senator, Bill

The Tornado offense lost six snap on third down,but recovered the Gunter worked tirelessly as Chairmanof
fumbles, one bouncing up into the football.
hands of an Eastside defensive end From the 23.5 yard line, Munir an Appropriations Subcommittee.The .

who galloped 70 yards for a Ahmad showed he could kick with T r result: Florida became one of the
touchdown.The strength with a 35-yard field goal that .
few states to show a budget surplus
with seconds left
21
tied the score 9-9
BHS kick-off team broke down, j rf
in the first period. while continuing to expand) state
allowing a 76-yard TD return. BHS is 1' .
"snakebtt" on kick-off returns, the services.

team still having trouble In this area in 3 BITS FumblesPut / r sl es'. As a Member Congress, Bill Gun-
despite more work this season than
past ones. ES Up 16-9 Since his days as a State Senator, the concerns of Florida's Senior Citizens have been a ter brought the concerns of Floridians

The punt return team allowed a priority of U.S. Senate candidate Bill Gunter to Washington, D.C. The result: Increased

and return, giving Eastside the funding for solar a
ball QB Bill Goodge fumbled twice when energy,
the BHS 30 yard line with 18
on behind line to the federal "Government in the Sunshine"
seconds Pass interference remaining In the was game.called on hit veer option the and fullback trying Mike run Jordan Bill Gunter speaks out on the I issues of the 80's: statute, and expanding agricultural.

fumbled last of the first -" "
on the play --
BHS's Kenny Etheridge then, giving t' THE ECONOMY: "We must bring inflation under control. No ifs, no ands, exportsjno

with Eastside 11 seconds the football remaining.on the BHS A five-15 half.But it was the first fumble which buts. It means an ongoing commitment to fiscal integrity, As State Treasurer and Insurance

yard run around right end by ES hurt BHS. BHS quarterback Bill a reduction of the federal debt and disciplined control of Commissioner, Bill Gunter stood up to
off Into back'sstomach
quarterback Greg Debase,knockedhim before Goodge was and handing the ball flew loose a In a expenditures." the powerful insurance interests. The

monster man David Sparks result than $108 MILLION
out of bounds,put Eastside on the misplay.In Ram NATIONAL DEFENSE: "If we do not buy enough guns, surely there will : more was
BHS 10 with six seconds remaining.Then a lightning quick move ordered returned excess automo-
be butter. We must increase the defense
defensive end Merlen Jones caughtthe no budget, re
came Debose's gamewinningpass bile insurance profits and premium
the football on the bounce at the establishaconventionalmilitarydeterrentandrevitalizeour
one of two completions Miles by in the Eastside 24 and galloped 76 yards to charge to name but one victory.It's .
Rams in 11 attempts, to intelligence capabilities. :
paydirt,the go-ahead TD coming with
coffin corner.It this kind of leadership and deter
was a wild-scoring spree with the 4:02: remaining extra In the kick second was wide period.Ahmad's to. FOREIGN AFFAIRS: "It's time to plant the flag. to send a clear mination that Florida deserves in the
point
football bouncing made all over mistakes the field.to the right and ES took a 16-9 advantageinto message to enemies and allies alike, that we mean what we United States Senate.
Each team enough "
lose two football games,Coach David what turned out to be a 1 hr. 40 say when we say it. You can make it happen!
minute half due to a wreck on US-301
Hurse said. HUMAN RESOURCES: "An economic policy that throws working
Florida
The BHS defense held Eastside to 87 which knocked out a main _
\4 yards on the ground and 55 In the air.. Power&Light feeder line which feeds Americans into unemployment lines is no economic policy at

BHS ground out an even 200 yardson the BHS stadium. (See story on Page all. it's a prescription for national bankruptcy." f a
1A.)
the ground. There was no BHS '
r passing attack,of which Eastside was Fumbles stalled the only two other ENERGY: "This nation is being whipsawed between the major ,,,

aware showed so by putting its three BHS possessions of the half. multinational oil companies and the international oil cartel.
all the
BHS gained 124 yards, on
the line effectively
linebackers countering right the up In BHS veer,attack- ground, to 32 for Eastside In the first It's time to return some of those profits to the people who are

with an eight-man line. half. paying the bills and develop promising alternative sources f

such as solar energy."

Tornadoes 9-0 lead Take Lightning Strikes HEALTH CARE: "Billions of dollars can be saved for consumers each

Quick Back at EastsideAfter and every year if the U.S. Senate will sweep the lobbyists
BHS won the toss, elected to
receive, and Immediately drove 53 out of the corridors and enact effective cost containment

yards in five plays to the Eastside 21 the wreck-caused blackout at laws."

yard line. Big play was a 41 yard run the football game, a first as far backas FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY "We must maintain the of
by QB Bill Goodge who kept around present Friday night could : a cap on growth

right end and ran the sideline until the remember anyone play finally got back the federal bureaucracy and throw out unnecessary (
defensive
last Eastside defender, under way at 10:30: paperwork that adds to the cost of doing business." 's AY E
back Lance Walke him kickoff
tripped up. Returning the 2H only to the
The drive stalled on the Eastside 21 BHS 20, Eastside got off two plays but DRUG TRAFFIC: "Drug trafficking in Florida has reached epidemic 1 ..
and BHS called field kicker
goal
Kenny Clark who on responded with a on third down the football popped up proportions. The only message a pusher understands is a The Gunlers Joel. Bill, Teresa. Bart
in the air when the Ram quarterbackwas "
37-yard boot to put BHS up 3-0 with the grabbed by BHS end Charlie guilty sentence delivered by a judge. and Rachel
four minutes old.
game just over
Brown who in. Brown

Then of the came night the, going first lucky BHS's happening way. A caught the 15 yards the loose came Into the football charging Ram endzone and trotted for Bill wishes to thank each and every supporter in the First Primary and earnestly


short bounced end-over-end over the heads BHS of the ES kick-off deep a Tornado Running TD.off a fake kick attempt for desires your'help int he upcoming Second Primary. Join A Winning Team .
Bloodworth chased
Ram Steve
men. the extra point, QB Bill Goodge
the football, picked it up, and was
swarmed BHS tacklers who had outran the Eastside defense around at the Garden Restaurant 10:30
gotten downfield by when the football right end for a two-point conversion, There will be a Coffee at : A.M.Friday,
giving BHS a 17-16 advantage with
was bouncing around loose. Blood- Just 1:32: gone In the Sept. 26 1980 and Bill's wife Teresa will be there to
worth lost the football in the melee BHS defensive end Charles Wright, greet you.
and Tornado Mike Jordan came up number 88 who broke into the Ram
with the pigskin on the Eastside 17
the
backfield several times to toss
yard line. quarterback for a loss, busted in to
Back In business, BHS lost no timein slam Debose for a 4-yard loss. Then '
punching the football Into the Ram the Ram QB misthrew a third down
endzone, Goodge and Jordan running forced to *
pass, and the Rams were *
from the veer. Running hard and using The Tornadoes allowed the football
his quickness, Jordan bulled 7 punt.to roll dead at their 27 yard line. Bill
yards to the one, then punched the BHS promptly began a 73-yard *
ball In the next down. BHS led 9-0 with drive for their third touchdown. A
6:45: left I in the first period. Eastside
face mask penalty against
gave BHS a first down at the Tornado
BUS Returns 43. Fullback Mike Jordan ran wide

The Favor around left end to the Eastside 48 '
before Ram Steve Bloodworth -
Thirteen seconds later, at 6:32: : in stopped 'III untor
BHS him, and fullback Randy Parado ,
the first period, it was 9-8 as
kickoff team returned the favor. give five yards for a BHS first down at

Sophomore Ram running back the Ram 35.
The drive stalled at the Ram 35,
Harold Miles, the receiver on the
Coach David Hurse sent David
I game-winning took Clark's punter
pass Sparks back to kick. But it was a fake. rnmat
f' : kickoff at his 20. Miles ran laterally
The football centered to QB
along the 20.spotted an opening In the was
i who handed off to running
kick-off Goodge '
: middle of the BHS return
defense, and cut upfield and quickly back Emmett Watkins who scooted U.S. Senate
around left end for a 34 yard
I was in the clear. Only kickoff man
touchdown
Kenny Clark was between Miles and run. '
his second TD In as
Watkins
the BHS goal, and Clark didn't come on
close to the Ram back although he is many varsity games, put BIIS ahead .'pJ. -
in the third Pdt Pol. Adv lor by Frl nd ol Bill Ounl.r
with 5:44 remaining
23-16 :
the fastest man on the BHS team. "
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CONTEST RULES

1)) Anyon except TELEGRAPH employ.. and their 1m3))In ca.*of ties w*will use the total point.cored In the
m.dlat. farnlllei are w.lcom. to .nt.r, but there I. a Bradford County High School game each week (except
limit of on..ntry pr pnon each wk. the Tornado.. open week)ai a tiebreaker. PI....fill In
the point you think will b*cored by the Tornado..and
2)) Th. .ntry mull b. on an official blank from lti.> their oppon.nt combined In the tiebreaker blank.For Intone .
TELEGRAPH and must b* dropped off at on. of the participating ., .Inc. the tcore In last wek'i BHS gam. was
builne.... or the TELEGRAPH' office before 4 Maccl.nn, 17, Tornados 15.;the correct total .cor.woe
p.m. each Friday afternoon. Fill In all the blanks with 32 point
either the nom.of the t.am you think will win or"II."If _
you think th. game will .nd In a t//.. The penon who 4)) All decision/ of the (udgei are final./
picks/ the moil gam* right will win the top prl&..

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Coach BUiFse Gives Rare Praise ,

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To Players After Eastside Loss




Eastside was a big, physical football entire game Friday night but practiced tackles Frank Swindell and Dale
team, Coach David Hurse notedIn only last Thursday, an easy day. Buchanan middleguard Kenny I Ia
a Monday review of the game his Monster man-punter David Sparksdid Wright, and linebackers Kevin Red-
Tornadoes lost 25-23 at the final se not practice last week either but dish and Mark Crews Wright and
cond. played the entire game. Buchanan are sophomores. w'' R P
"We scrapped them pretty doggone Fumbles are mental. Hurse pointsout. Defensive end Charlie Brown led
good. I'm real proud of the kids," The team continued to mishandlethe the team with 7 tackles and 1 assist
Coach Hurst said In a rare compli- football In Monday's practice, Linebacker Kevin Reddish had 9 Individual -
ment after a loss. which Hurse termed one of the best tackles and 4 assists. Defen- ,, ,,,., T tl,vt -+deJ''a4
The team was better prepared for practices of the season. Ball carriers sive end Jimmy Wright had 6 tackles ar
Eastside than Macclenny, and the must simply keep in mind to hang onto and 1 assist, defensive tackle Frank _
game plan worked] Hurse pointed out. the football, Hurse says. Swindell had 9 tackles and 1 _ist. y '.w'M.,+,r YI
But mistakes Just killed the effort the There had been no fumbles until the Dwayne McBride, in the BHS secon- ,
Tornadoes put out. Eastside game in which the Tor- dary for his tint game, and "
Special teams breaking down are a nadoes the football six times. linebacker Mark Crew got! 3 tackles.
drop
nemesis for the Tornadoes this Hurst has to take into con Jimmy Wright and Emmett *4 1
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season, compared to prior seasons sideration that QB Goodge didn't Watkina are each credited with caus-
when Tornado speciateams won practice all week, and timing may ing a fumble. '+ ,
some football games. Hurse said have been off a little Coaches mixed the Tornado defenseup z
coaches and players have been work- a lot against Eastalde's wishbone
ing harder than ever on special Defense Tough! attack. It was a real good team ef
teams. showed fort. The players picked up the game '
Over-all, the defense a big
"It's the first time I ever lost one Improvement, Coach Hurse points plan well, said Coach Thomas. wr Ir
like that. I've won a few," Hurse said. out. Hurse praised Coach Jimmy "If we eliminate some of the things Tornado Mm* by Td.Uiw
"It's a terrible feeling, I tell you." Thomas, who handles the defensive we're doing wrong, we'll play with Toughness
It was an exciting game for the line, for bring the team together for anybody." says Coach Thomas, who The front seven of the Tornado defense were main The front seven are end Charlie Brown 87,and Jimmy
fans, Huneadmitted. the Eastside game. just this season has replaced veteran reason a large Eastslde eleven was held In 87 yards on the Wright. 88; tackles Frank Swindell. 75. and Dale
"We must lead the state In allowing "We Just weren't a dedicated foot- coach Mike Sexton as the defensive ground last Friday night Through the first two games, Buchanan, 70; middle guard Kenny Wright. 53. and I
punt returns. We really lost the gameon ball team the first game, nor the second mentor. BHS has not yet been scored on via the ground,though the linebackers Kevin Reddish, 51, and Mark Crews, 8$. I
our kicking game; Hurse says. ," Coach Hurse pointed out. But front seven race a big test In Palatka tomorrow night.
There was a very evident clip In the O-Line DisappointingThe
and is much
the defense is improving,
in the final the Eastside game at safety.Near the
films on the punt return
farther along now. Hurse added after offensive line was the biggest end of the Thomas movedto
Eastside down game was
deepin
seconds that got
Monday's practice."Overall disappointment In the Eastside game cornerback and Mike Teston Tornado
and block that was Underdogs
BHS territory, a
I felt we had a good Coach Hurse points out because it dla
below the and kickoffs knees, illegal on punt ballgame," said Coach Thomas. "At not show the degree d!F Improvement Kenny Etheridge safety spot.played another I
returns now.
wasn't badly call- some time everybody on the defense expected after the Macclenny game. good ballgame, Coach Hartley said.
"But the game "
struck blow. Coach Carlton Faulk credited
a
coach out. Several players, a linebacker, a Against PalatkaPalatka
ed, the veteran points lough
been trouble Most credit for the performancewhich tackle Billy Shannon, center Bruce cornerback. and the safety were In
The team has having
boils held Eastside to 87 yards Rehburg, and tackle Ricky Gnus the area when the game-winning
or pass
with virus which causes
a rushing goes to the front seven- ends with doing a good Job blocking. was thrown but nobody to
sores on places where uniforms rub. Jimmy Wright and Charlie Brown, Other than that Coach Faulk had the thrown ball, allowing responded the togo Is tough, tremendously Im- play might be Beauford's freelanceruns
Quarterback Bill Goodge played the nothing to say about; the offensiveline's between them Coach Hurse pass said. proved since the jamboree and has when his pass receivers are
,
,__ speed to burn, Coach David covered.
h = -- ;; = ';> JlI performance against Eastside. says
Offense Horse Palatka's five favorite plays are: 1))
D-Backs Did Well Bradford High must scrap the Pan- fullback dive Inside the guard, 2)) the
Coach Hurse credited the offensive thers on their home field in Palatka left half between the guard and
I' I I II Despite the Eastside pass completion back with running well. tomorrow night. Turn right at the tackle,3) the right half straight ahead
that won the game, Coach Mike Fullback Mike Jordan carried 19 Town House Restaurant to the foot- between the right guard and tackle,4))
Hartley said his defensive backs times for 85 yards, a 4.5-yard ball field. the fullback dive straight ahead witha
played a pretty good ballgame average. QB Bill Goodge carried 15 For the second week
fJw&iii I I I I I I I II the Tornadoeswill single back In the backfield, and 5))
? against the Rams. times for 84 yards, a 5.6-yard face a wishbone attack. Hurse the option play with the left half.
The secondary didn't make that average. Running back Emmett feels his grldders will be better Any of the backs in the Panther
I I I i I II ; : many tackles because the front seven Watkins carried 4 times for 45 yards, prepared for Palatka than for any backfield can run the football, Coach
did such a good Job, Hartley points an 11.2 yard average which Included a34yard game to date, after looking at Hurse points out.
I I out.Eastslde TD run off a faked punt. Eastslde's wishbone last Friday. Favorite pass receiver is tight end
didn't throw much. The Tornadoes, however, will be Cleveland Jones, number 18, who has
Hartley says he thinks it might have definite underdogs in Palatka this good hands and is fast.
I Ii worked out better if the Rams had Cross Country Team season. Usually the Tornadoes would Palatka's defense is not particularly
thrown more earlier. Runs have a win under their belts by the big,but it is fast and quick. Palatka
Dwayne McBride'played his first Here TuesdayIt's time they play Palatka but this year runs a basic 5-4 defense about like the
game in the defensive secondary,and a rebuilding year for the Brad- BHS Is traveling with an(0-2) record to Tornadoes. 200-pound linebacker Tim
i did a good job, Hartley points out. ford High cross country team coached meet a loaded Panther team which Griffis Is a good football player who
1 I 1 1I a McBride made three tackles, most of this year by Coach George Leper. beat a huge Gainesville High eleven goes both ways, although not as I
I d any defensive back, and recovered a The BHS distance runners will par. 14-6 in the season opener, then last starter, and is a cousin to a Tornado
fumble. ticipate Saturday, Sept. 27, In the week went 17-3 by New Smyrna player."Palatka.
Brian Thomas also played most of Jacksonville Beach. Is not
Bishop Kenny Invita- overly big on
tional. Palatka Is a well-rounded team defense," says Coach Hurse.
Tuesday, Sept. 30, the Tornadoeswill with a good offensive line, explosive Hurse is busy this week trying to
NOW Plus is host Baker High of Macclenny In backs good hitters on defense, and eliminate as many mistakes as he
a dual meet on the BHS course at 3:30: speed plus, reads the BHS scouting can, working with the multiple
coining soon report.It defenses BHS will put up in of
I I p.m.Ten girls are out for the cross coun- adds up to the fact that BHS can confusing the Panthers. With a
try team Including returnees from play Its best game of the season and chance to practice the defenses
6a 1 Florida Bank a!Slarfce last season in Tyffany Griffis. Pam still get beaten. against Eastside, watch their
Pratt,and Lynn toper.m The Palatka offense Is big up front, mistakes on film, and then practicethis
and with strong and aggressive writ week, the Tornadoes should be
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scouting report. prepared this week, Hurse
I --i There is a 250-pound tackle, a thinks.
195-pound center, and a 200-pound Hurse is also working this week to
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I Panther quarterback Clayton game,but he has been unsuccessful to
Beauford, number 5, is the quickest date because there Is no BHS player
-.;''''\ 1 i and fastest man on the squad, and he who can catch the football consistently. -
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