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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 16, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Broken clouds with a 70 percent chance of rain between the hours of 12 SECTION At Uh F U)

and 2 p,m. Is the weather outlook for today, Thursday Sept. 16. Only a New. . .. . .Pogei' 1,3,14. "i I ,NF S y 1
trace of rain is expected, 1/4 of an inch to an inch. Idltorlal .. . . .. .Pag 4 t L 1.F_
High temperature should be around 90 with the relative humitidy 45 and Social. .. . . .Pag* 5-7 F(
winds from the northeast at 4 mph. Correipondent . . .Pogo 14 3'26 I
The three day forecast for Friday through Sunday calls for a drying up Sport . . . .Page 10-13 _
period.I Legal. . . . . .Pag 11
Rainfall for September 5-10 was more of the samewidely scattered.The .
tower at Louis Hill reported 3.58 Inches of rain, New River 3.3 inches SECTION Bi
and the Santa Fe Tower onUS-301 south at Hampton Lake 1.6 Inches OblluarUi.Nwt . . .PolI..10 The'Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
for that period. Heaviest rainfall was on Friday the 10th with 3.1 Inches Briefs.Claitlfled ,Page t,7.12 -
reported at New River and 2.25 at Louis Hill. .. .Pag* 10,11 104th Year STAIIKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
7th Issue Thursday, September IS, 1982 USPS 002-700

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Biggs Beats Milner,,


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...",}.,;...,. Woods Retains Seat



Bobby Biggs narrowly beat City favors lower utility rates. He will take county to escape not being challenged. -
Commission incumbent Bob Milner office Tuesday, Oct. 5. .
r while Travis Woods retained his position This is the second time Woods has A 41.4 percent turnout for the elec-
". after beating challenger Joe beaten Williams. He knocked tion was greater than expected with
Williams by a wide margin during Williams and John Ramsey out in the 1,032 voters casting ballots, of the
Starke's city election Tuesday Sept. first primary of the 1980 election with 2,483 registered voters in Starke. It
.''IIt.... 14.Two 724 votes to their 355 and was anticipated that around 70O800
--4 council seats were the only tively. Williams bowed out gracefully would go to the polls. I
competition in this election. with a hand shake and congratulations -
Biggs edged Milner by 81 votes, in to Woods.Councilman .
% 49r ,. the Group 1 race, with 554 votes compared Jimmy Crosby was the .
I & to Milner's 473. only elected official in the city or
( 4 Woods had no trouble keeping the
J Group 5 seat with his 630 votes to I II I
t Williams' 380. There were 22 novotesin r',
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that race and five In the Milner-
Biggs bout

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Bobby Blggt' 554 I
Bob Milne 473
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*Williams 380
Trovl.Wood. 630
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Milner knew by 8:30: p.m. he had
lost. It was 9:30: pm. before the
Williams-Woods race was counted. .
FitEIection After City Clerk Neil Tucker added
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Tucker Weathers as Clerk... the totals Milner went over and of- "

City Clerk Neil Tucker, on his knees above, had to get Interested on-lookers In the background (I-r) are -fered his congratulations to Biggs. 'S .
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right down with the problem of a lost ballot Tuesday Carol Milner, wife of defeated Councilman Bob Milner, Biggs, 53, owner of an auto repair i
)1; night which delayed the vote counting. The ladies, Mrs. Pat Welty. Ski Valinski and Mrs. George Roberts. shop in Starke, was chief of police
'-' Altamese Chandler, Alma Chasteen, and Laurie! Lee For a few minutes the city hall was locked as the from 1967 to 1969. He was beaten for a
4 Wiggins, divided the ballot into 'stacks of 25, and Mrs. ballots were organized, raising the tempers of those out- second term by former chief Ken Fu- Travis Woods Bobby Biggs I
Chandler came up one short. Then came the recounts side. Tucker got his Indoctrination into city politics, qua. Biggs ran this campaign for a city i
Wins Seat
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J until the ballot was found. from the clerk's viewpoint. commission seat on the fact that he Retains Group 5 Seat Group




L County Commission Facing Deadline to Improve .

Hampton Elects 2 Council
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'.1 Hazardous Jail State Standards ;

L Fire to Safety Wadsivorth as New MayorGordon

.. "What we're looking at here, really.. problems at the jail, stating the board do the work.The Lafayette Co jail Reddish told the"board, citing the new
Is a deadline type situation," Sheriff was working on its new budget in a has a new fire escape which has been prisons going up in the area and rising Wadsworth was elected Mayor and Bruce Roarke and Mrs. Lola
Polph Reddish told the County Commission July 20 letter to Thomas H. King Jr., approved by the state, and the sheriff crime rate in the state. Williamson won city council seats as Hampton held its city-wide election
in another discussion about fire protection specialist in the and board discussed traveling to see "We're playing a numbers game Tuesday, Sept. 14.
fixing the jail up to meet state re- Jacksonville office of the State Fire it. and ;everybody knows it," Reddish Wadsworth, a former clerk for the town, easily outpolled John Evans 83
quirements.A Marshal. King responded by forwar- Only other thing that could be done, said, freeing many defendants who votes to 22 to win the Mayor's job. Evans was chairman of the council and
1 $13,000 budget should be sufficient ding the problem to Tallahassee and in addition to the fire marshal's would be placed in custody if space in stepped down to run for the mayor's job when Hank Lott decided not to run
; to do the work required if the the Aug. 23 letter from Nelson recommendations, is to add bunks, the jail permitted. for re-election.
1. county does the work Itself, the sheriff resulted the sheriff says. 18 persons were in jail Monday mor- That left the council seats of Evans and Ted Curtis up for grabs when Curtis
told the commissioners in answer to Most of the violations are minor, ning, three short of the capacity of 21, decided not to run again.
questions about cost. The state currently King, in a July 12 letter, had and some' have already been cor- Reddish admitted, adding last month Mr. Roarke and Mrs. Williamson, who has previously served as a coun-
awaits word from Bradford already notified the county that rected. was one of the worst crime months cilwoman, won the slots Tuesday. Roarke was a decisive winner with 72
County setting forth an intended plan "reasonable time has been allowed "We've done everything we can do the county has ever had. votes, with Mrs. Williamson an easy second with 50.
of correction for the 12 listed viola- for the correction of these violations.We 'in house' with limited resources," "This crime thing is getting Fred Phillips was third with 39 votes and Charles Hall was last with 37.
tions and a designated date of comple- now have no alternative but to for the sheriff told the commission.This worse..." the sheriff told the commis Joining the new council members on the board will be holdovers Mrs. Jane
tion. ward this file to the Chief of the jail problem is not going to go sioners. Haddock Roger Mitzel, and Ulysses Woods. Also, new Marshall John Hodge
In an Aug. 23 letter to Clerk Gib Bureau of Fire Prevention (Nelson) away, the sheriff told the commIs- Referring to the went on duty this week. He was unopposed in the election and an automatic
Brown John R. Nelson, chief of the for review" and administrative pro- sioners, adding he really doesn't prison population, Commissioner winner.
Bureau of Fire Prevention of the Office cess. know what the answer is. Homer Hart said: "If we'd quit The new council was to be sworn in at a meeting Wednesday night, Sept.
of the State Fire Marshal in Biggest problem in fixing the noted "We're talking about a new jail," operating a motel and treat prisonerslike 15, and will be holding a final hearing on the town budget Sept. 21.

Tallahassee stated the county's plan violations will be welding necessaryto said newly re-elected Commissioner prisoners...." Hampton Vote Totals
for the jail must be forwarded to the build an outside fire escape from E.W. The electric chair needs to be COUNCIL ((2 101)
Tallahassee office for review "as the second story of the jail, Sheriff "That's right,"confirmed newly re- cranked up, said Commissioner Max- MAYOR Bruc. Roark. 72
soon as possible and not later than Reddish told the commissioners Mon- elected Commissioner E.L. (Nook) ie Carter Jr. Gordon Wod. vorth 83 Lola Williamson 50
Sept. 1." day, Sept. 13. Commissioner E.L.,, Norman. Crime is draining the resources of John Evan. 22 fred Phillip. 39
Clerk Brown had requested more (Nook) Norman said he would begin There is no question Bradford the nation state, and county, Sheriff Churls Hall 37
:q time to formalize plans correcting the immediately to find a local welder to courts could fill a 50-man! jail, Sheriff Reddish noted.



f;,; County Fire Departments Won't Get Help



I j From Tax. It's State

: Utility .... Illegal, SaysBradford


County's six Volunteer porated areas of Bradford County, Clay Electric Cooperative, the two
fire departments are back td squareone would be illegal. utilities serving unincorporated areas h
after hearing from the State At. Fire Committee Chairman of the county agreed somewhat
torney General's office that a utilitytax Lawrence Mosley has called a reluctantly that the mechanics of '
on electric meters, one of the meeting for 7 p.m.Thursday,Sept.16. placing a utility tax on their bills
methods that had been discussed forK to explore other means of raising the could be handled, if ordered by the
: financing fire protection in unincor- hoped-for $175,000 annually the County Commission,but that the utili-
volunteers say they need to purchase ty companies would have to charge a
needed equipment, build several ade- percentage for collecting it.
quate station houses and underwrite possible source of some addi-
operating costsAccording tional money for the volunteer departments
.. 'to the Attorney was seen in the Count Col1mission's \.-
decision have
General's office Chapter 125, the Monday to
another go at placing a one cent
statute providing Home Rule for
gasolinetax on the November
counties, does not provide for a coun-
General Election ballot for a referen-
,j ty to levy a utility tax in unincor- dum vote., A similar, measure was
porated areas, although defeated at the polls two years ago.
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SATURDAY. S.Dt.1 municipalities are allowed to do so.
However, even if the measure is ap-
: Car WashCommunity The Tallahassee source said a test proved the firemen are not assuredof
t Bank, t.3y case had been through the courts in any set amount. A one-cent tax will
i Orn Acrt 4-H Club $2MONDAY. constitutional.At South Florida. and was declared un- raise an estimated $150,000, but a motion
by Commissioner
Homer
Hart to
} Soot 20 the Fire' Committee's last'meeting
give the firemen one-third of the
lawtey Budget HearingSecond Thursday Sept. 9,represen- amount raised died for lack of
tatives of Florida k'ower & Light and .. a se-
: Mtg. 7:30 P.M., cond.

TUIS AY. Sat. 21 "'
: Stark Council Tentative Budget OK'd ,by City ? y
: Second Public Hearing on Budget '

t: 7iOO. P.M., Tentative approval was given the elude: A) the proposed water and :
: --- $4.6 million 1982-83 budget for the Cityof sewer rate increases required by the -
Brooker; Council Starke after initial public hearingswere Environmental Protection Agency for
.i 7 30 P.M., held Sept. 7 on the federal the city to receive the$721,000 federal :
revenue sharing the 'tentative grant, or B) any debt service requirements -
4; Old Scout ReaUtrallonStark millage, and the new spending bill.. for the electrical parallel _. rt yg .. ...J Y. "-.' -.--- _.__ z.-
i 7:30 A.M. An 82-83 property tax figure of 3.178 interconnection the city is going into. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders ;;; for"82-83. II
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Ready
Ill United Metfiedlit Ch. mills was also tentatively approvedby Clerk Neil Tucker was careful to point ,
Southild Hem 7 P.M. the city commission. It's a drop of that out. The Bradford High JV cheerleaders for the 1982-83; The girls are: front row left to right Micron
.443 mills; the 3.178 figure is the Commissioner Travis Woodsreturned school year will cheer for the first time Thursday night Cuthen. Winkler : Me-
THURSDAY. Soot. 23 -,, rollback millage certified by Property -, for the meeting, his first when the 10th grade football team plays against and Kim Cindy Brown. Erica ttrutn. Tammy. Morrow,
Covered Dish luncheon Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez to raise after fracturing a lower Vertabrae Eattslde at CUiien's Field In Gainesville.
Back .I. to Valerie
row r: Randolph.. Reddtnh, ;
for Senior Cltlient the same amount of money'that 3.621 several weeks ago in a wrier skiing t.. .The 9th graders play here In Starke against Keystone Tonya Rlgby Rhonda Sapp and Melanie Stacey Wood. ,
Memodltt Church -
mills raised in 8182. accident. Heights Tuesday. M .
Sponsor Cathy Register.p '
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/' Plans Set Suzy Alvarez of BHS 'is SemifinalistIn


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; For School Nationwide Scholarship ProgramBradford

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High senior Suzy Alvarezhas humanities, and world history as a Suzy. About 90% of the semifinalisls.
ReroofingAn been named as a semifinalist in senior She has already applied for are expected to qualify as finalistsand
t the National Merit Scholarship pro admission to Harvard, renowned as all Merit Scholars will be chosen
gram. one of the finest universities in the from among this highly able group of
\' architectural agreement for : The honor as a semifinalist means country. Her second choice now is the about 13,500.At .
plans to be drawn to replace the leaking 1L Suzy is in line to win a Merit Scholar University of Florida.
s roofs on Bradford Middle School ship of$1,000 to$8,000 for college,and "I plan to be a pediatrician," Suzy least 1,500 of the 5,000 Merit
and Phase 3 of Bradford High was makes her the first BHS student to go said. She wasn't thinking about the Scholarships to be offered in 1983 will
reached Monday night, Sept. 13. -rr M this far in the program since 1977 National Merit Scholarship when she be one-time National Merit $1000
At estimated budget of $250,000 for t'" rr S't graduate Darla Christopher went all took the PSAT test last October, Scholarships. Every finalist will compete
the two repair Jobs was submitted by t, the way as a Merit finalist and used things have Just worked out well. "I for one of these awards and recipients
the architectural firm of Dompe, her scholarship to attend Harvard Just wanted to get a good score" she will be those who distinguish
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Paluzzi Vyverberg &: Taylor with offices University. remembers. themselves in the competition.
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in Gainesville and Palatka. The Suzy the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Semifinalists have completed the committee of experienced college ad-
firm agreed to plan and oversee the \ Iql p Pete Powell and Mr. William Alvarezof first step in the Merit Scholarship missions officers and secondary
reroofing jobs for eight percent of the t Starke, and grandaughter of Mr. competition but to be considered fur school counselors will be convened to
construction cost, which on $250,000 and Mrs. Tom Lewis, was chosen as ther, they must meet additional requirements choose winners. on a state-by-state
would be $20,000.Architects one of about 13,000 semifinalists from and advance to Finalist basis.
Taylor and Al Dompe of around the country on the basis of her standing. Each semifinalist who The selection process is a sub-
f the firm said they have been on top of scores on the PSAT test she took as a becomes a finalist must be fully en- jective one, and "National" award
both buildings and looked at the roofs.It junior. dorsed and recommended for scholarships winners represent the finalists in
will take replacing them to stop the Those designated as semifinalistsare by the high school principal, each state who are judged by the com.
leaking, they said. being honored publicly as the demonstrate high academic standing mittee to have the best combination of
The architects said they want a highest scorers in their respectivestates in records submitted by the school, abilities, accomplishments, and per
roofing consultant to look at the roofs ; in addition they are being substantiate high performance on the sonal qualities important to success
and confirm their findings so the work. identified to colleges and universitiesin qualifying test with equivalent scoreson during and after college. The majority -
can be certified to the state Department .. '' __ the hope of increasing educational another examination, and supply of the $1,000 awards will be under
I' of Education (DOE) as replacement K 1'.y .u. opportunities for these academicallyable biographical data and a self- written by, corporate and business
jobs, which qualifies them for Computer Science is one of Suzy's Classes... young students. description of activities and extracurricular sponsors that also finance four-year
,I state funds. Suzy Alvarez, a semifinalist In the National Merit Scholarship The 17-year old BUS coed is taking accomplishments. BHS scholarships; unrestricted grants to
DOE.Sloped roofs are now required by take the new computer science class at Bradford High as one program of her math analysis, advanced English 12, Guidance Coordinator Allison Aljets the Merit Program will support the
courses. physics, computer science. says that has begun for remainder.
Dompe said construction costs have
gone from $3 per square foot to $4.50
foot in the months the
boards been talking about

chitect.ing the roofs and selecting repair.an ar Final Public Hearing onAt Hampton Budget Slated for Sept. 21are I

They also said their numbers are a -
little flexible since they don't know
exactly what the replacement solu- a quick and quiet Hampton Town Revenues are $51,954 and expenses paying the freight on the system. by the Equal Employment Oppurtunity Guidance Clinic has also put in a request -
\ tion will be. Dompe said the $230,000 Council meeting Tuesday night, Sept. 51617. "We had an excess for the first Commission <( should be enough, but is not excessiveif 7, a 3.766 millage rate and tentative In the expense department ad- time, I don't know what's happening not get any further than that. Trust Fund grant money for Bradford
the board chooses to add insulation. 1982-83 budget totaling just over ministration (council and clerk ," Mrs. Hall said with a smile Mrs. Marshall said for the town to County.
Dompe said the middle school roofis $51-thousand dollars was approved by salaries, attorney aid auditor fees, Tuesday night. "We've got$15,000 left be considered an employer under the
38,000 sqaure feet and BHS Phase 3 the three council members in atten- insurance,etc.) totals$20,883; the fire and it's the end of the fiscal year." EEOC it must employ a minimum of "The agency would like to see the
is 18,500 square feet. dance. department $500! ; recreation $350; She explained that the auditor will be 15 persons for at least 20 months during two requesting parties work out some
The middle school roof is 14 years Chairman John Evans Ted Curtis, sanitation $3,240; the street depart. able to give more details on the water the year which Hampton has not. type of formula <( I, old the school was built in 1968. Phase and Ulysses Woods okayed the rolled ment (mostly maintenance salaries account but to her it appears the town She said she'll present that case at the rather than one get all of it, and the
3 of BHS was built in the mid-70's. back millage rate and proposed and utilities) $14,480; and the police may not have to dig into the general hearing and expects the EEOC to other none," Mrs. Marshall explain-
Both school roofs have leaked for budget drawn up by Clerk Jane Hall. department 12164. fund to pay for the water system in drop the case. ed.The
years.Board. A final hearing on the budget will be Hall said the general fund may actually 198283. "It will be up to Mrs. Bruno as to council moved to have the at-
member Arthur Gaskins saidit held Tuesday, Sept. 21. be In better shape than the whether she wants to pursue the case torney represent them in bargaining
would be a good time to install Most of the figures are the same as budget shows because Hampton's In other news from the Sept. 7 town from there," the attorney said. and try to get as much of the$1,900 as
I smaller air-conditioning units on the last year's budget worksheet, but the two-year old water system is startingto council meeting: possible. Plans are to use the monies
middle school when the roof is being town does have $5,979 extra to work pay for itself In the first year of the e Mrs. Marshall also gave an up- to taper off sidewalks to make travel
replaced. Supt. Tom Casey agreed, with in the coming year due to the system Hampton had to transfer Attorney Mary Marshall reportedto date on Hampton's request for a grantof by bikers and the elderly easier to install
\, but said he doesn't know if there will half-cent sales tax added in Florida. $3,500 from the general fund over to the council that Diane Bruno's just over $1,900 from the State a ramp at city hall, and if enough
be enough captial outlay funds left to That helps Hampton show a $437 the water department to pay back the discrimination case is due to be hoard Department of Community Affairs. money is given to pave at the recrea
\ do that surplus on the tentative budget. FmHA loan but this year water billsIi' Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Gainesville She said the Bradford Union. tion area.

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k Bradford News in brief
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7 Cancer Fund Drive Swingers and caller Jerry Barrett. SES Open House are invited to meet the votes
Seven couples attended the open teachers in their school rooms. f .. ,P." .
Reaches $8,000 Goal house last Thursday. The class if still Set Tonight 7-9 p.m. Irt_ I'f

The Bradford County unit of the open for anyone interested in startingthis Open House for parents to become ---- -- .
i week or next week. Blih Band Boosters : ,Are' h!: ,. .. ". .,
r American Cancer Society has met its ,acquainted with the.teachers of their ,
1 1982 goal of $8,000, announces Miss Clasefare to be held each Thursday children Is set tonight (Thursday, Club Happenings, : 1 '-A f t' i ) v CJO .Ogfachi.,4 O :
Lillian Stump who,,heads.the local night from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Masonic Sept. 16) at Starke Elementary: Bud Tucker president of the'bandf I- :\Appr ef ated .( nt _
drive each year. Lodge on the corner of Orange and The faculty and staff of SE will be Boosters Club announces several
"Many thanks are sent out to the Call Streets in Starke, the regular on hand from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and invite projects are underway as fund raisersfor
citizens of Bradford County for their dancing place for the Strawberry Sw- the parents of their students to future expenses of the band. \. "'f
donations" Miss ingers. visit SE to talk to the teachers; and .J'
very generous says There is a sale of M & M candies as "
Stump. Caller Jerry Barrett and membersof have refreshments."We well as a county-wide garage sale
"Research in the battle to conquer the Strawberry Swingers will be on are an "OUNCE" schooll 1 planned for the near future. Watch
cancer is going on at a great pace and hand to dance with the guests. Caller Come see what it" means to you and the Telegraph for time and place. Thank YOUA
we are hoping a break-through will Barrett will put the prospective your children, says Principal
come soon for a cure of this dread dancers through the beginning paces.It Charles Thomas. The next Band Booster meeting will
disease," Miss Stumps states. takes 30 weeks to learn the 68 be Sept 28, at 7:30: p.m. in the hand '
I Bradford residents donated $8,014 basic movements to become a Open House Set room. Become concerned..become a great majority of those who voted In the City of
with Miss Stump battling right downto mainstream square dancer. Two or at SS Ele. band booster. For further Information Starke election are apparently satisfied >with the
the Aug. 20 deadline before meetingthe three movements,or calls,are taughtat Tuesday contact Bud Tucker at Brooker. representation and leadership provided by IncumbentTravis ,
goal. each class. Students are walked Open House for parents to become
through each movement, then danceit acquainted with the teachers of their Woods. in thedays ahead when the city cprnrpjs-; /
New Dance to music. At the following class the children is set Tuesday, Sept. 21, at slon is struggling with the critical problems of the city, I
Square movements taught the previous week 7:30 p.m. at Southside Elementary FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD hope Mr. woods serves us well. \ ,:
Classes Under Way are reviewed. School. : '
Hwy 16 W. 4 Weldon 964.6971 ....
New Members Invited Sponsored by the SS Parent- '-'-_ d! soq
I Square dancing is done in "tips"" Teacher Association, the open houseis Pastor George Watson and For those who 'worked hard'and voted for-imey I
Square dance classes began last which includes a pattern call by the combined with the first PTA The Congregation Invite You to thank you for your,$upport'and encouragemen :rn There
week under sponsorship of the local caller, then a singing call. Between meeting of the school year. There will Come and Worship With Us
square dance club, the Strawberry each tip there is a brief rest. be a short business meeting, then Sunday School. .10 AM simply were not enough..degpjewhgvyantedein ; ( :

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r Question of Whether City Already Has, Airport Property Caretaker Arises

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I Does the City of Starke have a ment with Prevatt had ended. Antt, wards is,and to see what the commission ritorial agreement with another copies to council members prior to Heard Oscar Crowell, program
caretaker for the former airport property Silcox pointed out, attorney Terry should do. power company now serving the area. the next meeting, which is Sept. 21. director for the Section 8 Moderate
it condemned and purchased for Brown had rendered an opinion to the Rehabilitation Program operated by
'I some$1 million? council that it wasn't necessary to ask In other action Sept. 7, the council: Agree, at the suggestion of the Was told by attorney Brown that the state Department of Community
Apparently, nobody knows. The bids to lease the property. bond trustees, to study electrical Brown has been advised by the state Affairs, describe the federally sub-
: .. problem arose Sept. 7 when Emory Prevatt said Sept 7 he wants to Heard a salary increase requestby rates for apartments at its next attorney's office here hat criminal sidized rental housing program.
<; (Big Boy) Prevatt Jr. told the city lease the property and asked that it fireman Randy Gaskins for he and meeting. charges will be filed In the Martin Under the program an owner of a ren-
commission he was named caretaker be put out on bid. fireman Erie Biggs. Mayor Silcox Tackle clean-up case. The business tal home in the Reno section, the
'I .., .,. by the council back on Aug. 7, 1981. "Let's get the most for the city. I refused to hear details of the problemand Agreed to Police Chief Jimmy burned and debris still lies on North target area of the rehabilitation program
Meanwhile, the council has agreed to might not be able to give the most but told Gaskins the request must go Bowen's request to a wall in the police Temple Ave. The city commission of the U.S. Housing and Urban
,.... :, lease the 365 acres to Maurice Ed- I'll make somebody pay for it," said through administrative procedures department to screen his office and wants to get the debris cleaned up and Development program. Under the
t: ..,, wards Jr. for$5,000 per year,and Edwards Prevatt. established by the commission.: the dispatch desk, a requirement of asked attorney Brown to initiate proceedings Sec.8 program an owner can improvehis
has paid the money. Prevatt listed $3,663 of expenses he Accepted the bid of Thomas Oil Co. Florida law when juveniles are being with the state attorney. rental, Increase the rent, and the.
City Commissioner Bobby Milner Incurred raising hay on the of fuel Interviewed.Was federal government will pay 75 percent
to
supply some 150,000 gallons
Was told Clerk Tucker that bidson of it the tenant the rest. It is
said proof by a
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he made
any prior property. Saying a oil to the city at .9440 per gallon, ex- I?
if.' *- agreement with Prevatt or anyone $312 over the expenses, Prevatt said clusive of state and federal taxes. warned by Commissioner hospital insurance will be openedat supplement to the HUD program,
x.:: else when the deal with Edwards he would pay the city $156 or half of Register Oil bid .9588 and Chevron Milner the council will receive a proposal the Sept. 21 meeting. Crowell explained.
;;. came up. But Mayor Vernon Silcox the profit. He said he has improvedthe .9432 cents per gallon. for a zoning change to mix
:_? exhibited Aug. 7, 1981 minutes from pasture at the airport,and mowed single family homes and mobile
',,-".' the city council showing all the weeds. -Took under consideration a request homes in certain areas of the city.
'f members Including Milner,when the In the end at Commissioner by Roger Jones to extend city .. tiE.L.NOOk
I V I l' deal with Prevatt was made. Charles Schae,er's suggestion, the water, sewer and electrical service to Was told by attorney Terry Brown ( )
y: Milner said he still didn't recall the council turned the problem over to attorney a planned 50-room motel some 1,600 to that he has prepared a draft of an or-
I : r agreement with Prevatt. Terry Brown to see how binding 1,800 feet south of the city limits on dinance for disposal of surplus..pro-
I 'n'.J; Silcox._said he assumed the agree- the agreement with Maurice J2dtnc. US-301 80


I i' Richard, Jockel to be Honored at Dinner Saturday Nightdinator -


i}?,':, An appreciation dinner to honor Department of Education in of the Area II Office of Com ed this year, Jockel found employ- Commissioner .
-:;? long-time local playwright and Tallahassee. His new job will cause pensatory Education for Title 1, When ment with DOE in Tallahassee, a job
MM. educator Richard Jockel,who is mov- him to move to Tallahassee as soon as that federally supplied job was phas- he says he "really likes." District 2JTHANKS
niing to Tallhassee, is set at 7:30: p.m. he finds housing.The .
...p; Saturday, Sept. 18,at the Starke OoW1( veteran educator was a teacher '
: :;;:-, Country Club. and administrator in Bradford Coun-
iu.. The public is invited. Admission is ty for 20 years. In 1958-59 Jockel was
I ki i'. $6.50 for the country club's standard adult education coordinator.for the To All The Fine Folksof : to the voters of
??. T-bone steak, potato and salad. For prison system here. From 1959 to 1965
reservations phone 964-8999 for Chris he taught biology at Bradford High
l Wilson. Reservations are needed in School, and his reputation from that Bradford CountyI Bradford 'County for your sup-
advance so a count can be given the still follows him as one of the best ,
country club.Sponsoring. biology instructors ever at BHS who port in re-electing me to the
the dinner are the took his students to college levels. I
members of the Jockel's play produc- From 1964-67 Jockel was principalat
tions casts. Jockel directed and produced Hampton Elementary, from 67-73 County Commission.
state productions for some 15 he was principal at the new middle
years, including such notable titles as school, from 73-75 he was director of really appreciate your Vote and Supportin
27 No No Nanette, Hello Dolly. South curriculum, and from 75-77 was appointed I will do my very best in
"'OJ' Pacific Fiddler on the. Roof The OddB superintendent of schools my bid for the School Board.
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-;;: Couple Paint Your Wagon, and 10 after Jim Temple's resignation. In operating your county in a !
Nights In a Barroom. 77-78 he was principal of Starke
Jockel now a consultant with the Elementary. Thanks
:s.tf; Bureau of Curriculum Services of the From 78-82 Jockel served as coor- professional manner.
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.1.1. Jerry POPOLAOV iI
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:/: City Ok's Tentative Budget... I
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.. :; (From Page IA) Light on which' the city is in the
preliminary stages.
2:- The new budget is slightly in ii
:; Votes the tentative up "
on millage levy
almost every area, both on the
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t:! ways to spend the $93,198 federalrevenue and sides. In- :
expenditure "
revenue
.: .. sharing funds, and tentative cluded are 7 percent pay increases for : ,: : ",1f :" For a eat '
;)' budget were approved by 5-0 votes. city employees. /
Only public comment came from city By far the biggest revenue source ,
commission candidate Joe Williams. for the city is sales of electricity, projected -
The federal revenue sharing funds I
from
some $255,000
up
:5 are scheduled to go into the followingS $3,183,500 in 81-82 to $3,338,100 for ,
departments: sanitation and trash, 8283. moneysaving i
5 $18,000; streets and highways, '
2 $18,000; recreation $13,000; police Natural gas sales are projected up .
S $21,039; fire department, $4,800, andS $129,000, from $523,000 to 652100. :"
administrative dept., $18,359. (In its Revenue from water sales is projected
| Sept.9 issue, the Telegraph mistaken- # down $6,500 from $179,000 to

5 ly stated some of theled" ral revenue $172.500.( 'I' ,,,... .. .. : erte ce
8 sharing funds would.be spent on the Sewer service revenue is projectedup
i i igarage: ; shouldjiave. / said garbage. xpendijures$152,500 to $184,of "s, ,, r '
1 -The Editor- JJ&/ arC up except the
J The city commission will hold a second Water Dept. where they are projected
3 and final public hearing on the down $22,000. Electric expendituresare
budget and millage at its next regular projected up some$100,000, most-
|: meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21. ly in Increased fuel costs, from
S Budget and millage figures can be $2,956,955 to $3,057,917. Natural gas
2 changed before the final adoption, butS expenditures are up $118,000 becauseof
: that is unlikely. increased fuel costs. Sewer ser-
3 There were no comments from the vices expenses are up $17,000, from this symboL
= public nor the five city commis- $145,497 to $162,284.:
sioners about spending priorities, except The surplus, the amount by which
a. income exceeds outgo, is projected "
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby dwho downward some $60,000 in the Utility ,'if.. "\ ..
9'wante'd' to know !"how tentative is ten- System, from $433,831 to $373,979. .' !i. '
:3'ta.tive,,., ., Transfers from the utility system, .f.,
., Clerk. Tucker replied "You can 1/2 to the General Fund and 1/2 to the :
-.:;' I VTf: I'm'very tentative when I vote for' at $$313,041 down $60,000 from ,,, "
this budget," Commissioner Crosby 8182. Each fund will get $156,520, 1 \ ...
saying he was concerned about the down from $186,559 this year. 'J ..
posture the council was taking on the '
StUl,Clerk Tucker used the transfer i.
I new'budget figures. dollars to balance the General Fund, '" Il. .
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| tic\ -,hearings,i for ten- which"is' up some $78,000, from lite. ') .)f' ii) .
9trittd1rnder.final,adoption, .are re- 't .r
$1,077,857 in 81-82 to $1,155,906.
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truth inmlllage Sub-budgets in the General Fund
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lawjexprarted; CPA Pat Farnsworth. "
Veteran commissioner Charles are all up to a degree.administrative. : :, .:., "V. .

Scl\a lefer\: moved for adoption of the The budget, the : .1(:
.2.reht( t 'budget, got a 5-0 vote. clerk's office is almost the same at :; .\ PRODUCTS PROGRAM
#"tf '\khOW'th re 1s goinfi'to be $263,421; police, up $29,000 from ,I.
?, h lgges.',lScnaefer< refer- $282,508 to $311,266; fire, up $1000 "f'h... '/'t.',
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ig to the new sewer and water rates from $137,566 to $138,541; recreation{ <. .. ..". '. .. ,
ich will go into effect if the city up $9,000 from $83,064 to $92,093! ; "." ?!7 I.ir.JJ.} '; ;,1';, .
I elvesthe{ federal.grant to imporve sanitation and trash, up $30,000 from ".,' ,,' me
treatment plant, and $169,841 to $199,821, and streets and \ '
ShQate$2 million electrical parallel in highways, up $9,000 from $141,865 to I ..\.. "".:-'; I. ,
terconnection with Florida Power &: $150,764.Community .. '..",.
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Elizabeth Walker Church: The annual Women's Day .:. I I.' '.
Phone 964-6683 program will be held Sunday, Sept. .
26. All members are asked to
The regular fourth Sunday activity cooperate with this activity. The
for the Fellowship of Churches has speaker will be Mrs. Rose from.
been postponed for Sept. 25. It will Jacksonville. #I$!!'
follow the schedule for October The '
host church will be announced later. The professional contractor or dealer displaying several hundred dollars towards the cost

,and Ebenezer 2 along with Baptist the Usher Church Board: Choir are 1 STEEL BUILDINGS this sign is participating in FPCs Watt-Wise!' an inefficient water heater modified or replace

having their anniversary Friday All new.. Buy direct. Products Program. with a solar water heater water heating heat

to Sept participate 17. at 7:30.'Mrs.All choirs Rogers are,invited presi- 48x72x14 $1.99 sq. ft.. The program consists of four financial incentives pump or heat recovery unit.

dent, ; Rev.Leroy Davis, pastor. Other,sizes available designed to help qualifying customers make their Solar Film Incentive. FPL will pay up to$150

Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Call loll, tIM 1-40O-343-4301 houses more energy-efficient and use less electricity. towards the cost of having solar-reflective film

Ceiling Insulation Incentive. FPL will pay installed. This helps reduce air-conditioning costs.

up to $300 towards the cost'of having ceiling It's that simple.And that profitable to you.

Thank You. ., insulation installed. For more information about the Watt-Wise

1 Cooling & Heating Incentive. FPL will pay Products Program and how to obtain a list of participating -

up to several hundred dollars towards the cost of dealers/contractors, call Watt-Wise, ;

\ having an older air conditioning system or heat Line at 1-800-432-6563. (Weekdays 9-5))

pump replaced with a qualifying high efficiency The Watt-Wise Products Program. Another

...,. for the, vote and support given me in the First system. way we're working hard at being the kind of ,
much those
Primary election. ,I appreciate very Water Heating Incentive. FPL will pay up to power company you want. ; .
;who helped me. As far as I know it was a good, .
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>clean race. My best wishes are also extended to the \

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"A TELEGRAPH September li. 19H2:






Dr.' J. L. Gaskin : Ph.sicianPolitiCian, Developer, Early Leader in Starke




A tragic boating accident on in 1902, the author says that Dr. ford County on Sept. 4, 1852. the son of obtained whatever post he desired.
Kingsley Lake in August of tatia! cut Gaskin "...in 1881 was financially Jordan Lacey and Elizabeth of the primary systemby

short at the age of 46 years, the hardly wurth a dollar and in 1893 was (Roberts) Gaskins both natives of Bradford County in ;.1895, Dr.
career of Dr. John L Gaskins, one of the largest taxpayer in Bradford Georgia.His Gask ns' hold as "political boss" wan

the early leaders of Siarke. who made County. His great success was attributed ed. Up to that time it was the general
his mark in his chosen profession of t to his indomitable pluck father died In 1855, leaving a r } belief that most political decisionswere t
medicine, as well as stale and local energy and ability both of a financialand fortune in lands stock, and slaves. made in the "back room" of Dr. I f
politics.! political character but above all But the Civil War came in 1861, t Gaskins' drug store. I''
In a highly complimentary to the faithful discharge of every lasting until 1865, and leaving in its
biography written by Rowland H. public and private duty." wake "...a track of devastation and Around 18JO the attention of Dr.

Rerick and published by the Southern According to Rerick this ruin that swept away thousands of Gaskins was turned to the possible

Historical Association of Atlanta, Ga. remarkable man was born in Brad- magnificent Southern estates, including reclamation of muck lands in Brad
the fine fortune of the Gaskins ford County adjacent to Sampson
family." Crosby, and Rowell Lakes. During
a. EDITORIAL'Reagan's -' that year he and other local
When the four terrible years were
"developers" conceived a plan for
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,J\' over, but little was left of propertyand draining; and developing these
young Gaskins saw that he must mucklands, with the intent of growingrice
." make his own way in the world and other commercial crops. Dr.
)? without the aid of inherited wealth.
elected of the
Gaskins was president
: a Veto Reveals After completing the "commonschools" wal Florida Muck Land Co., and duringthe
of Bradford County and later period of his influence in the
I attending the Lake Butler Academy,
legislature he was instrumental in
Isolation from Real World he determined to follow his early am passing a bill granting 200,000acres of
bition of becoming a physician. He
land valued at $600,000 to relieve the
began the study of medicine entirely / railroad indebtedness of several

President Reagan described lecturer for General Elec- through his own efforts with and five counties, including Bradford, as well

himself as "terribly, terribly tric. His favorite theme then years honors later in a class graduated of several hundred highest as the city of Jacksonville. The bill

hurt" by last week's and his philosophy today still at the Jefferson Medical College in was the passed political in 1883 influence and is an instanceof of Dr.

overrride of a $14.1 billion remains: that the. federal Philadelphia. He was offered a chairin Gaskins

$1 supplemental appropriationsbill government spends too much the faculty of this institution Starketo but On the local political scene, besides
declined in order to return to
by both houses of Con- money, especially on social enter the practice of medicine, witha serving five years as mayor, Dr.

I gress. lie may have been programs to help the needy preference for the surgical branchof Gaskins was treasurer of the county

hurt in more ways than one. and the handicapped.He his profession. lie also establisheda School.Board for four years, and a
member of the City Council for four
Particularly hurt was his image drug store and pharmacy on Call

I as an invincible super- campaigned as a Street which was a fixture of the First Mayor years.On November 20, 1878 Dr. Gaskinswas
demon cost-cutter when he district for Ac-
business
many years.
man who could strongarmhis married to Fannie Darby the
through Congresswith ran for governor of California cording to the Rerick biography his Dr. John L. Gaskins pictured on shores of Kinsley Lake where hemet sister of Arthur M. Darby who ran a
way in 1966, and used many of interest in surgery led Dr. Gaskins to his death In a boating accident on August 25, lIII! *. popular grocery store in Starke for
type of legislation take of study with a
any a special course
the time-worn Their father John Dar-
same phrasesand toward service in the U.S. many'ears.
view Navy.
good bad or indifferent.
buzz words on behalf of He subsequently received an appoint- session of (he House. lie was electedto Paris Exposition..He was also Speaker by, was from Ireland, and came to

While his feelings may GOP candidates two years ment in the Navy but circumstancesover the State Senate in 1885 and 1895. of the House in 1891 and at that Starke byville by located way of in Macclenny what is now and Baker Dar-

\ have been hurt, he need not later even after signing which he had no control At the extra session in 1889 Dr. time was prominently mentioned as a County.The .

have been surprised at the what was then the largest prevented him from serving.A Gaskins was elected Speaker of the candidate for governor, but refused to career of this man of many

veto of a supplemental app tax-increase bill in Califor- of Dr. House and when the Legislature make the race. talents and interests came to .a
man interests.
ropriations bill which he did nia's history.He Gaskins had a genius many for other things reassembled in April for the regular During Dr. Gaskins' long tenure in premature end in the summer of 1898
'i not like because it called for besides medicine and was especially session he was again elected speakerby the State Legislature the old conven- when he and his two sons. John D. and
$918 million more on needed continued to campaignand fond of experimenting with acclamation, receiving every vote tion system was still in effect for electing Perse L. Gaskins later( a state's at-
domestic lecture on the one issue machinery. According to Rerick he of Democrats and Republicans alike. office holders in Bradford Coun- torney) were trying out a pleasureboat

I programs, and pro- that had served him so wellin built a sawmill a sash door and blind Between these two sessions Dr. ty, and the doctor was generally con- they had built on Kingsley Lake.
vided $2.1 billion less for California and on the big- factory and a cotton gin which Gaskins was honored with an appoint ceded to pretty much control the One version of the accident has it that

defense programs which still business luncheon circuit operated for several years before be- ment as Commissioner General to the county convention system so that he the boat collapsed and Dr. Gaskinswas
thrown into the water where he
remain Mr. Reagan's sacred ing destroyed by fire in 1898.
the
throughout country. The may have died of a heart attack.

cow. issue paid off handsomely, Dr Gaskins demonstrated his Another version says that he lost his

Included in the $918 million and he continued to ride it in- political prowess at the early age of 24 '> n balance, due to a heart attack and

that Mr. Reagan did not like to the White House. It was when he was elected Starke's first County Agents By fell in the water dying before help
mayor at the time of the town's incor could be summoned.
were: the issue with which he :
one poration in May 1876. Of the 42 votes BobbyTaylor According to biographer Rerick,
$210 million for work programs felt most comfortable after cast in the mayor's race Dr. Gaskins Notebook ,$ "The event cast a gloom over the

providing community 30 years of continuous repeti- received 40, while one each was cast State, for Dr. Gaskins was widely
service jobs for senior for J. C. Richard and W. F. Bowen. known and universally respected. His

citizens. tion.But now that Congress has That same year the young doctor was 4 "- memory will long be cherished and
w $217 million for student elected to his first term in the Florida his character will be pointed to as at.PC
sampled the blood of a suc-
House of Representatives. Between of the best citizenship in all
financial assistance. cessful veto override the 1877 and 1895 he was elected and serv- You don't have to look at a date on recommended liming and fertilizer walks of life."

A $148 million in educational Reagan myth of invincibilitymay ed during six regular and one extra the calendar to know that we are approaching materials before or at planting. Select
aid for disadvantaged the last quarter of the year. fertile soils or fields that are naturally
i be damaged so that The weather reminds us that we are moist but not subject to flooding for JROTC ProgramOff
students. other overrides will follow. ItCII ManagementTeumAUeml8. near the fall season and winter time is extended periods. to Good Start
$112.55 million in federal Mr. Reagan left no doubt that not far away. '
ifrrrhefSTiS'evidence Plant into seedb-
a freshly prepared
1 highway.money. he would give Congress plenty .. ,., { ; thar'ourpiantsl I 'cd'or etosely-grazed-or-mowed''sod ..TIw.. r& dayj >f.school went as any
I $26.55 million for educationof of since be ,other! first day", except: < r> the'new9m1RD2C .
opportunities Atlulitu'llletin'Four tare ling the effects of the weather soon after a. rain, or when there1!: is
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the : \ : / i dets*Tnunfl'heaiifirst 9nsM 9119' .
handicapped pro rah!p' planned to'continue the veto 'ghdr5gebeeinusepecan treesandolberp!j 'VnrttigVln'oislfoV.'wtWl} l feeimination''Usu'rretftmhiendedT "(;
process if he didn't like the members of the Bradford plants that shed) their leaves'uT'lhe : >'\'af ''t'lftos.I: daJ'IwsB 1 introductionto :
billion needed for the the
$6 the Hospital management team winter are losing their leaves at a and inoculate clover seed properly.Seed concepts and objectives of the
government to meet civilian way money was parceledout. three days in Atlanta at the American spent pretty fast pace. Even pine trees are at the proper rate between now JROTC program. .
and duet needles fast and November 15. "We're not here to promote the
military payrolls Hospital Convention Aug. 30 through shedding enough to require
All of which brings up the raking twice week in military as a career or other'wise..we're
once
this week. Sept. 1. The four attending were Judy or per I'll be
happy discuss your winter just here to help the
point of how Mr. Reagan Moore, Assistant Administrator and some lawns. you
forage program with you. Call or cadets to mature and take better
14 The vetoing of such an appropriations reached this narrow view of Director of Nursing; Adrienne Garcia a
Speaking of pecan trees it looks come by your County Agent's office at prospective of life and responsibility -
bill, which was domestic issues which more Patient Accounts Manager; Ken- time. said Col.
neth like our pecan crop will be disappointing any William L. Otte in his
actually lower than the one often than not makes him and Terrence Mott Maintenance Supervisor; this year. Early in the year pro- opening comments to the new
Freeh Technical Ser-
Mr. Reagan was pushing, seem insensitive and callousto vices Director. spects were good because most trees recruits. '. ,

demonstrates that the PresI- the problems of the middle set a good many pecans. However. This years program Is'ex'pei'ttfd-to'
In addition to the many educational unfavorable weather conditions this FORESTRY be considerably improveti'bocause'of
dent is still hung-up on the and lower income groups of sessions, the large variety of exhibitsof summer has caused the majority of the efforts of everyone )nvblveo'"Lastyear !

one-issue philosophy he has this nation. The best explanation new equipment, services and in, pecans to deep before they matured. IN BRADFORD COUNTY ('01. Otle did not arrive iml iI!'fate

been obsessed with since his to date appeared in an novative architeclual designs most Insects and diseases have also been a into the first 'six .N'eeklla! ijo-he(: :(

luncheon club circuit days of editorial in the September 2 impressed the group They were able problem on some trees and groves. ""j schedule could bot be'set-ttntil'la'te' in

30 years ago when he earned issue of the Charlotte (N.C.) to gather many good ideas to incor- Its I n.n lei Surtoll -"lhe'fli' '!;remesler'Ali'ead/ }IhereVe\
i porate into the expansion and renova- Good prospects also appeared t three tiucalional'' 'ffe1Q'tr1't 16*"ih'Mhe"
i elegant Fees as a pro- Observer, which is reproduced tion plans currently underway at throughout the pecan belt early in the ('OIlOt t"UI'.st"tHave planning stages'4ndpected. imoh.Dfifto x-
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business, anti-government below: Bradford Hospital. year. They continue to look good in '"I.1.I1I1A visid art

"Just meeting from most areas, but some places may behaving Another il1l ; 'IS;Wl-p2 last
people all over PI'I\l'ii1t'ltt
the same problems we have years '
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Narrow Men Advise the oC
Reagan ---r---- country and sharing ideas with had. '
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them worth the .the battalions! rrrSFtfik:; | P .
was trip according you had thoughts alxnil Dav- fq'lmtl"8
Isolation is one of the great dangers a president faces. to Ms. Moore. She also said they I mention prospects and product ion ing a limber sale in the near future? C/LTC'Sltiart 'PiMli:/k'' I h t11 altalionCmnmaryrot .
heard many nationally recognized throughout I Hitcountry. because supp- Maybe you are considering clearing a ey
Associating primaries with subordinates, he may become cut off this .ktllt"oJt
'year 'wilI"4 t L'x It.
speakers such as David Brinkley ly of at (lie lime of lurvisl few acres and trees for rd
pecans selling
from the vigorous political debate he needs to hear. And when your Crews as Ball'':l1 l'?U II 1j" & r'"
Herb Cohen Ara Parseghian, and largely determine the prices pulpwood or other limber
products.
political battles we
intense the White
House
grow
can develop a The results: 6tlltiJ$t. ;)ll' ril J'\Jnual'
bunker mentality where loyalty becomes the supreme virtue and Haywood Hale Broun. receive (and pay) for local pocans. There are a few important items to F'il.1Ytfl'. InspJClit llhacellcnt. 'i l' &: (
disagreement is considered That It's too early to determine a 1 price consider before anyone engages in .x.
disloyal. can lead to delusion and .
Jim Crews now. However sore price will be t iinber sale ( ial inns However !the l''h",11, ,j 4j;lJfac.
defeat, as it did for Richard Nixon and Lyndon Johnson. negol or ennlracls. ed in Pr1tbatiul,4j, g ;
|>tUsVWeIj6
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established sometime in (ho next ;
Ronald Reagan's presidency offers an example of a different To Visit CountySenate First f all what will affect small t'l1r)1 llmcftc\ : :flf.! .Vadef'tf
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though related form of isolation. Mr. Reagan has shown that he is month or so. when the first pecans are i> : my profits 1
th'
not isolated from the political debate in his candidate offered for sale. from" a limber sale venture? prescribed by t.i tliy;ft'IAAiII'minimum J: t a
I ; fact ability to cajole Jim Crews will ho of too
Species 4if trees accessibility of studentbe rnuuiea
and compromise to abandon earlier positions when visiting all of the /
has enabled him to score success after success in Congress.necessary Senate District 5, between county Sept.seats 1724.In Cooler weather is also a reminderthat limber, distance to he.( market in t the projiianVJiv/,: for"a school toretain
Mr. Reagan's peculiar form of isolation In our spring and summer grasses volume of limlH-r for sale, and the Army support. The enroUlflint)
however
can be even a unique move. Crews will set
up\ is ibis fall and if
of up it is maintained
amount measurable defect which
and will slow down in
more dangerous for his presidency and the nation. lie seems an outdoor office in front of ea'hcounty pastures growl
isolated by hhls experience and his choice of associates from an courthouse. and priKluction. Many cattlemen will exists williin the trees are all factors throughout the school year, then (he
t understanding of the darker aspects of American life. need to plant some kind of winter which can affect lie I price and subsequent probation will end at the next AFI. If

He often seems unaware that poverty and injustice can be caused Bradford-Sept. 24,9:30-12:30: : p.m. forage as a part of a winter feeding profits frullllll limber! s.lIe.Aftt'l' enrollment(hen the drops below 100 students

by social and economic forces beyond any individual's control. He Crews says the purpose of the visits program.One t the program could be discontinued -
by
j seems not to realize that within a productive urge-the ambition fora is to remind citizens that as a Slate forage that should be given )'IIIIIII'P aware of t here basics Although there Army. .
'f' better life-can lurk a destructive: blind greed. And he Senator you arc ready to start thinking about have been a few
seems he will be available and accessible priority is white clover if the catlleman changes within the
ignorant of the national government's historic and necessary role to people throughout I the has land that is suitable for a limber sale contract. 'I'hlllliioud: bea main battalion curriJulum Ihe
\ in protecting the powerless by restraining the powerful. district."I this crop. The advantages of cloverare formal document for |the| protection will still concentration of
That is why the recent Ralph Nader study of the top 100 officials have pledged to hold regular office too numerous lo mention now, but of both buyer and seller. This document leadership promote first good citizenship and

in the Reagan administration is disturbing. hours in every courthouse.. if the cost and management involved is should spell out considerationssuch and physical, fitness.air marksmanship forward
We
The president's top officials are primarily men with visions of elected. And I have pledged to listen. well worth the effortIn as; price, manner and time of to a full of look
America even more narrow than his men "of extraordinarily These visits are meant to J payment, description of (the timber and year school community,
broad wealth narrow vision and little compasion," as the Nader demonstrate my committment to' addition to white clover there and products to be sold conditionsand program support and a successful -

study describes them. Few women or blacks have positions of every citizen in every county in the are several other legume varieties restrict ions of culling/ operations, year as a stronger unit.BRADFORD .
authority in the administration and not one is a key presidential district" Crews said. that 'will make excellent, winter and the duration of the contract.

adviser. Crews a native of Baker County, pasture. These can be seeded into Beware of the buyer who is "in a VOTERSCONGRATULATED
These are not, the Nader study points out, men of the New Right. defeated four other candidates in the bahiagrass pastures that have been hurry." It is often advisable to obtain
In fact, they are likely to regard such Issues as abortion, school primary and will face a banker in the disked to tear up at least half of the several bids and check into eachbuyer's

I prayer and busing as irritating irrelevancies. Oct. 5 run-off election. Crews is a sod and drilled or broadcast with at references. Have a written To The Editor:
Their primary allegiance is not to a party or a leader but to an former chairman of the Leon County least 3110 pounds of 5-to-I5 fertilizer.Considt'r contract before
"r idea: the idea that business should be free to do business. They may Commission and has been active in crimson red arrowleaf and sale procedures any begins.cutting You or other On the front page of the Bradford

disagree over specific issues but they are united in the belief that politics and civic activities in North < subterranian clover because of the consider the may Ttit' graph dated 9/9/82, the questionwas
even services of
I whatever the problem, free enterprise is the best if not the only Florida over the years. prospective high yields. forester and/or lawyer depending a posed "...does an unknown from
answer. And they think there is national interest on outside the
no that conflicts county and a school
To clover or the size of
grow ryegrass or volume products to be
i with the interests of business. Beyond that, they seem to have no remember to soil test and apply 501,1.ariiiji teacher and a woman stand a chance
ideology of sense of mission. Cancer Fund Drive against a Bradford native a two-term
I
l'', ''I, '. The problem is not simply that such men have a powerful voice in incumbent, and a man?" Last weekon

government they always do. whether Democrats or Republicans Reaches GoalThe the front page the question was
t hold the White House. The problem is that they is hardly anyone at 1A-t repeated with the same

the top of the Reagan administration. who doesn't share this narrow Bradford County- unit of the pl1 : discriminative undertones, but the

view of American life. American Cancer has glo.i answer was yes yes yes. Judy
II This might be expected and harmless, in the governing board of 1982 goal of $8.t>D0 Society, announces met Miss its *//i Becker!' had won the election by an
a countryclub; but it's alarming in the nation'sleadershlp. overwhelming 482 vote margin
Lillian Stump, who heads the local ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER
Hurray Bradford
drive each year. County you are a
"Many thanks are sent out to the \ BOB G. FERGUSON--JOHN M."MILLER, PubU'ht.rt credit to your country. You voted for
1'j 1 citizens of Bradford the PERSON you believe to be the
County for their
- very generous donations." Miss Published each Thursday and entered an Second(law Mailer M the most qualified Not letting sexual, job
Stump. says Poll Office at Stark Fla. under Act of March 3. Ii7! or origin discrimination interfere
; f with
"Research in the battle to conquer your decision.
rZ cancer is going on at great pace and Subscription rate in trade area: $IS. Per Year: $4 Sis Month* Laura Contl. (Signed)
r Outside trade. area: fill Per Year 14.50/ "IInlh Betty Young
t we are hoping a break-through will Betty Warren Karen
Larger
,
The first photograph of a Ptid.nt in office wt mod come lOOn for.* cure of this dread rllou((90196a) -6303 tirke. Florida 32041 Annette Pusateri Patricia D. Jones
of President J.Jme. Polk "
in 1849.
disease Miss Stump states. Elaine
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Brooker /f' ". Lady of Charity, Cuban Matron

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Wed. Honored by Dr. and Mrs. HernandezThe

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I Lady of Charity, the Cuban Sarnlinoranont; Dr. and Mrs. Cossio; Murray; Mr. F. Gutierrez; Mr. J,
Matron to all Cuban Catholics was Dr. and Mrs. Canfux; and Dr. and Rebollo; Mr. and Mrs. D. Varner;
Aug. 28 honored at two dinner parties last Mrs. J. Romero. and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie.
week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. The buffet dinner consisted of From Miami: Dr. and Mrs. Brito;
Carlos M. Hernandez on E. Call gourmet international dishes and and Mr. and Mrs. II. Valdivia. Neva Jayne Flynn
', ': Street. delicacies prepared by Mrs. Her From Macclenny: Dr. and Mrs. F. William Kldd
On Tuesday night, Sept. 7,,which is nandez and several dishes brought in Gutierrez; Dr. and Mrs. M. Cossio;
,t the actual day of The Lady of Charity, by friends. Dr. and Mrs. Romero; Dr. and Mrs. Neva Jayne Flynn,
religious activities took place from 10 Among those present Saturday Fumero; Mrs. P. Garri; and Dr. E. William Kldd
I p.m. to midnight following dinner night were: Cossio.
.I.j 4ss earlier in the evening. 25 friends and From Lake City: Dr. and Mrs. J. From Haiford: Dr. and Mrs. E. In- To Wed Nov. 13

relatives attended.On Goyenechea; Dr. and Mrs. Otezia and fante and grandson, Guillermo; Dr.
\ \ Saturday night,Sept. 11, another daughter, Elizabeth; Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Dieguez and son, Arturo. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn, Jr
,
dinner was held for The Lady of Santiago. From Middleburg: Mr. and Mrs. O. of Starke, proudly announce the
Charity, also at the Hernandez home. From Gainesville: Dr. and Mrs. Hurtado de Mendoza engagement and approaching mar.
-. -- On both occasions the dining room Jack Londono; Dr. and Mrs. Brual; riage of their daughter, Neva Jayne,
I I Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Brooker I buffet table was covered with a Dr. and Mrs. D. Limcangco and son, From Starke: Dr. and Mrs. P. to William Jerome Kidd of
Sevillian lace cloth and centered withan Michael. Felos; Dr. and Mrs. H. Adams! ; Dr. Tallahassee, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Shara Christine Tew 'daughter of bride wore a gown of pre. arrangement of yellow mums and From Glen St. Mary Georgia: Dr. and Mrs. S. Sarntmoranont; Dr. and Reginald R. Kidd of Sarasota.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tew of Lawteyand embroidered chantilly lace with gladiolus, which was a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Alvarez. Mrs. A. Canfux and daughter, The wedding will take place Saturday -
Wayne Oscar Brooker, son of Mr. underlay of deep luster satin embedded and Mrs. J. H. Stephenson. Other From Jacksonville: Dr. and Mrs. A. Nadima, and son, Pepe; Dr. and Mrs. Nov. 13, at 7:30: p.m. in the First I
and Mrs. James R. Brooker of with oriental pearls. The gown was floral arrangements given as gifts to Santana and daughter Graciela; Mr. W. Whiffen; Dr. and Mrs. Gruen; Mr. Baptist Church of Starke, with a
Brooker were united in marriage made by the bride's mother. Her the Lady of Charity were donated by and Mrs. Jordan; Dr. and Mrs. V. and Mrs. J. H. Stephenson; Mr. J. T. reception following in the Starke i
Saturday, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m. in the headpiece of silk red rhodendrons and Dr. and Mrs. E. Infante, Dr. and Mrs. Baitan; Dr. and Mrs. P. llano; Dr. Carver and; Mr. and Mrs. R. Osteen; and Woman's Club. i
Mr.
Mrs. li. C.
Starke Church of God, with Rev. white gardenias with a crown of large J. J. Goyenechea; Dr. and Mrs. S. and Mrs. Rebollo; Dr. and Mrs. N. Phillips. No local invitations are being sent
Walter T. Montz performing the nup- 'oriental pearls secured her pre- but all friends and relatives of the
tials. embroidered chantilly lace veil couple are cordially invited to attend.

Highlighting the altar were ar embedded with oriental pearls. She Miss Flynn is currently employedas
rangements of silk flowers made by carried a bouquet of silk red roses, Bradford Special Olympics Program a Dental Hygienist in the office of
the mother of the bride and greenery white carnations, hand crafted pearl Dr. Harry Gruen of Starke. Mr. Kidd
furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Ron tear drops, baby's breath, silk star. owns a design and advertising firm in
Nickols of Groveland, uncle and aunt burst and silk Boston fern. She also Tallahassee.
of the bride.Presenting. wore a string of pearls.A Given at Starke Woman's Club Sept. 8A

a program of nuptial reception was held in the Starke Dtd You KfOW .... ..
music were Elaine Starling, pianist Woman's Club where guests were Miss Mary 'Strong of the Ad- Dec 8. Fifteen dogwood trees have
and soloist and Dee Gaskins soloist. greeted by Larry W. Tew and RogerA. Special Olympics program was of ministrative Department, Bradford been ordered. There will be a slight Mr. and Mrs. William Rink of
Patrick L. Buchholtz attended as Tew. Kim McDonald kept the guest given at the Fall luncheon-meeting 8 County Schools who showed a film on charge. The sale and price will be Starke and Mr. and Mrs. John Reederof I
Club
the Starke Woman's on Sept. Jacksonville
best man. Ushers were Jeff Brooker book. Level publicized at a later date. spent last Wednesday
the District Special Olympicsheld
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which presided over by president to
was Friday golfing at St.
Donald Brooker, Ronnie Tew, Chris An array of wedding bells and lacy Mrs. J. D. Warren. last March. Plans are being Augustine.
Holloway, Grey Deymude, Shawn ribbons and carnations adorned the Mrs., R. A. Green the devotional made for Special Olympics Programsto . . * * * * .
gave
Donnely, Dwayne Rockhold and Man- table cloths and candles. A three and salad luncheon was servo be held each fall and spring. Also a
ny Arvanltez. tiered wedding cake centered thebride's ed by Mrs.a D. W. Whiffen assisted by Special Education Group picnic is being : Thank You! :
Peggy A. Shamp served as maid of table. The cake was decoratedwith co-hostesses. Tables held colorful planned. Members desiring to ..
honor. She wore a light blue qiana red roses and white wedding help with Special Olympics should .
decorations made Special Olympics
gown with a blue chiffon jacket trim- bells and flanked by candles and silk children. by contact Mrs. Louis Young or Mrs. D. My sincere appreciation is..
med in lace: She carried a bouquet of flowers. Mrs. Burnice Clayton cut the W. Whiffen. '
Guests were introduced. Special extended to all citizens who
silk and chiffon roses, daisies and cake.A included Mrs. Anna Clayton, Seven new members voted into the # ;
white carnations. flowing fountain punch bowl guests Director of Special Education and club include: Ruth Reddish, Mary supported and voted for me :
Bridal attendants were Sheila Tew, centered the punch table which also Brown, Betty Ann Powell, Pat Scog- f 1 in the School Board District

Shelly Rowe, Sherri V. Batten, Rhon- held a variety of fresh fruits. ., ., _.... gins, Adeline Rahn, Betty Jo Baldwin : u
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da Norman, Kim C. Hall, Nancy Assisting in serving were Anne and Barbara Renfro. .. 1 race. I promise to work
Roberts, Francis W. Crockrell and Powers, Martha McDonald and The Starke Woman's Club receivedthe
Connie Chance. They wore light blue Margie Nickols. .!II highest award in the district in- .,y hard to serve you and to"

qiana gowns with light .blue jackets The couple had a wedding trip to .*" ..r. cluding twenty-two clubs for the com- .. '- fulfill your expectations during :
trimmed with ruffles. carried Disney World and the Mountains.
They munity improvement award for bea- s
bouquets of silk and ..chiffon .roses, ,. They will reside in Lawtey after May, utification and clean-up projects. % -J the next four years. .'.

white: carnations baby's breath. 1983. i iI Future events include a chili cornbread 1 4
Danielle Marie Tew,and StepHdnie .1I.rJW;; .couple, .ire.both'graduatesof; iI and fftnY WjJ'' liinchfewrf'ifr the : "
Anderson riwereflower .girls-.il Brian Bradford.High School. The bride is a I Woman's Club to be held on Oct. 22, Sincerely, ..
West was ring-bearer dental assistant in Gainesville. The from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and a ..
Given in marriage by her father theValerie groom is a sargeant in the Marines. Pancake Brunch on Nov. 7, from 9:00: .. Judy Becker :

a.m. to 1:00: p.m. "'UDV
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elect, Mary and Celena Akridge.Mrs. Connie I.a Fever
bride-elect of
Valerie Akridge, Elaine Crawford of Starke and THE NEW
,Robert
son
, Rick Alvers, has been honored with Alma Packam honored Miss Akridge
,several bridal showers over the last
with miscellaneous shower on
ifewL'weeks in..honor of her apkpoacling September a 9. Connie LaFever, j WEIGHT WATCHERS-
25 wedding, set
\ September Tables were decorated with silk Charles GunterTo

!>liatf,7p.. py.in the Keystone Heights flower arrangements in the wedding Wed Sept 27 {r COOKBOOK
Community Church. theme and the bride-elect was J -
III i >,nOn, i August, 24. ,a miscellaneous white
,.nshower '/was held at the home of.Mrs.oiiporr presented a single rose corsageas Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jeffers of
from
a momento of the occasion : IS YOURS FREE:
Waldo the
Dennis of Keystone Heights, co- her hostesses.A announce approaching ,
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fio and marriage of their daughter, Connie
p'Donoghue
rs.,
decorated with doves and
.x Mrs.Mary Ann Lowe cake LaFever to Charles Gunter of Starke. WITH THE NEW YOU.
wedding band, inscribed with the r : :
and The wedding is planned for Mon-
lilE,1 Sever.al, games were played bride and groom's name, highlightedthe = .
111 i i IT4A!RoW Udeq: ,Which 'in tur ,were table and was served along with day, Sept. 27, at 4:30: p.m. under the : ,9;, Jean Nidetch'
t u.bri4 e\ect.\ trees of Waldo Flea Market with Mrs. ;: .
.11.iJr'' F l other refreshments. ,.
: FReMQwfrarangementofmixiste ; { Sally Blakewood officiating. A recep-- ..". \ ..1ist. ,-
.1t1I ; In addition to the many nice gifts ., ., ..
& and babies breath entered tion will follow on the grounds.All .
received. Miss Akridge was
( ,7i'y}jh1'M1ntJllble< !' covered with a friends and relatives are invitedto .' ".' .. \.
b') presented two engraved wedding >> ; "
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w wnb: Qredclothr,, cake knives and the traditional bride attend. :. .....

Linn( ".tri'e p\llstj mints':and finger foods and grooms' champagne toast "t- ).... ,>> .
,;, eFe, l'ervptal}on&,with: a p ampagneWfcWthose'attending glasses, which were given by the Did You Know........... : .", ' hostesses and the bride-elect's grand- '," t: t-. ,.i .\... '
the shower Broward Akridge. :, -., .. \
mother Mrs. \
% ;;,Mrsr Edgar ,G. Akridge, the This ,shower was especially givenfor Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr. returned .. ,. It ..: n llilf7' (
"'bride,elect'd.moth#;; and Mrs. JackE the families of the couple with Sunday from three weeks visit with ,. ) ,; I;.;.J,. t'fIlS ('-

'n.; Alvers, mother, the bridegroom. around 22 guests attending, many her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. .. ( qlJ; Ita ,
I) I Oqj
MISs Akridge was again honored on coming from Jacksonville, Mid Patrick McGriff in Milwaukee, Wis. II (
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'September'2; wltH'a kitchen shower )
dleburg and Green Cove Springs. I I .
?'."hosted by Mrs. Voncile Sellers, Shelli! ",y r,
Davis, Lynn Pike and Susan Hersey'at ,. ,' ; '''' '
Mrs. Seller's Silver Sands Lake ,


home.The refreshment table featured a BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW .'4.", .,.....,, }
white cake in the shape of a bride ,*'
which was accented by yellow roses. TAKING APPLICATIONS! : ,f :

It was made by one of the hostesses, orangewood ApartmentsP.O. {!" .. .' '"
Lynn Pike. In addition to the cake, <, .. t" "-' .
guests enjoyed punch,nuts and mints. BOX 146 <<,. ,
those attending were the '" J : .J. ,
Among Starke Florida
32091
bride-elect's mother and the bride Join now through October 2, r

groom's mother, sisters of the bride- ... attend class for 12 weeks and -.-- ..
WEIGHT WATCHERS
1.2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat getthenewWeightWatchers'

Alpha Gamma ADK and air; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes; stove and cookbook. FREE.* .' '

Holds Meeting refrigerator The secrets ot chocolate nut $400DISCOUNT :; :

cakeSwissfondueorangegingerchickenandhundreds-
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Alpha Gamma sisters of Alpha contact: Orangewood Apartmentsequal I
Delta held their welcome back recipes
Kappa more tantalizing -arewaiting
c/o Tracy Balr, Manager Off REGUIAIUV PHICIO fGI5t AION! AND ORS
dinner on August 26 at the Western for you. Along with i all
Housing MElliNG fIE Of'"00
Steer Steak House. p,0. BOx 146
Opportunity' the secrets of the most successOFFER ENDS OCTOBER 2. 112

presided New president at the informal Eugenia gathering.Whitehead Starke, Florida 32091 i ful weight loss program in the Off.r valid only as a dIScount and may

Sept. 6 was the first official meeting world.All you have to do is join a not b.combined with any\ other discount

held at St. Mark's Parish House. Weight Watchers class and or special rat*. Offer valid in participating .

Carol Redding and Levon Drivas provided attend 12 consecutive meetings.You'll area only\ No ch.ckoc
Tired of Make Believe? cepted. cash only. AA
the program for the Fraternity. learn how to lose :.. -: .
Education meeting. A group singing
and a short game were part of the program Try Pentecostal Apostolic Sabbath Assembly weight without giving up the Offer valid. m participating.r.is only

foods love. And before You pay postage and handling
you you
Teaching and Preaching The One True God
During the meeting upcoming activities -
know i it, you'll get a most delicious
discussed Included ADK week (ELOHIM) of the two Testaments' gift. Our newest cook WEIGHTWATCHERS '
Oct. 10-14. New members and (the new
committees met briefly. Not breaking the commandments but keeping the book. With recipes based on our .'
A fall decor was provided by Eddie newest Food Plans. A $13.95. :
'Joyce Sexton Sandra Duncan. Beckie Sabbath according to Matt. 5:17.19 as Jesus said. value, yours free.

Dobbins Ernestine Register and Now what could be more The most successful weight
Free Home Bible Studies and .
Janet Gunning.
: than that loss in the world.
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The next meeting will be October 4. !. tempting. program
I Private consultations .
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Did YOU Know .... .. r
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Call, 473.2442or St. Edward Catholic Church K.f\to" 110"Clvt..

Mrs. D. G. Scott and Mr. Dorothy I 441 N. Temple Ave Tus4a/ 7pm.

,Stevenson \ were guests the Mondays 6:30: p.m. For more Information cell; '-.

past 10 dn'Sf Dr. and Mrs. O. L. write P.O. BOX 508 Lake Geneva. FL 32660A Thursday 9:30: aim Toll Fr.. 1.'00-342.9'1SSSt'ptf'lIIbt'r .
Hayne Jr. Mr*. Haynes and m.'th..r.Ian. .. ,
Scott and iter. Mrs. Stephenon ; vv.g"l4'es\ \ .-r. :-. '< ..44---:,.... /.. .. '....-..,-..-:....... .
spent the list week at OrmondBoadt. Chartered: :\jn-Proflc cnurcn assarr-.c.y) Pastor Elder Andrew Cain

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"W% Did/ You KnoW )trs. Jferbert: Thomas attended the
', ; ." ... .u ... Miss Clair Nell Townsend of Atlanta Mr and Mrs. Paul DeVito and Jim ", Founder, Day luncheon given by the
i M' jt 1'S; l lit '\ and ,Mrs!: Bilk Collin$. of. ,MacQuafre of Lake Worth and.Miags:''!president's. Council. lr.D'.l-l. In
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Mr. and Mrs.Joseph: Doscher of Jenklnsburg; Ga' visited "Mr.: and Kay and Clalra.-Turnei{ '' *' ,Jacksonville last Friday. .
>t Friends of Mrs. Bertha Pearce will Largo and Mrs. Eleanor Gibbons of Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby in Starke, ville were weekend guests of th$ir-' ,
regret to hear of her grandson's wife Ill last Mrs. Janet Turner and attended -
Chicago were Thursday and Mrs. Normand Prichard in Keystone mother bouglasSe'mourOf Miami,And Hal
Mrs. Rex Smjthe. Jr. of Macon Ga. Friday guests of Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill the UF/USC game. Seymour, of Gainesville Sunday
was killed in automobile accident were
an Moran. Glisson in McRae
to
Sunday Tuesday visitors of their par'ntII'! and Mrs.
last Friday night of last week, Mrs. Donald DeWitt. daughter ,
Alescia and son, Kerry;: Port Richey J.D. SeymourMrs.
Friends of Merrill Dees will regretto Mrs. Don Hardenbrook is In Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Chism attendedthe spent the weekend with her parents Mr..
Lou Struth yisited and
hear his brother Jerald "Birdie" Marianna this week on business. :
Hodges family reunion in St. Mr. and Mrs.,G. S. Brown. in'
Mrs. Rod Struth and sons Plant City
Dees of Will is ton( drowned Monday of George Ga.
on
Sunday.W.
last week while attending a family Mrs. John Griffin and Miss Lillian Mrs. Gladys Dean of Old Town was from Thursday to Monday.Mr. .
1 outing at Duck Pond near Williston.He Stump attended the reception for Dr. T. Porter returned last Thurs- last Thursday guest of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
and Mrs. Robbie Shaller have
was 37 and Mrs. C. D. Weaver at Gracepresb.terian after L.
day a month in North Florida Cooper.
Church in Gainesville had as guests, Mrs. Wyolene Bradleyof
Mrs Nealy McConnell, Sr. of Regional Hospital. Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar was vac .- Leesburg last Thursday and Father
Olustee spent the weekend with Mr. 'Mrs. Nell Griffin underwent Ernest Brunelle of Gainesville last
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper visitedMr. tioning last week at Sealy Springs,
and Mrs. Kimbo Forsyth and Mr. and surgery last Thursday in Alachua and Mrs. Marvin Stewart in Cottonwood, Ala. Saturday
Mrs. McConnell Jr. General Hospital. LaCrosse on Sunday.
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: FL-t'S.\Cathy: NormanMiss Beauty Entrant-- I EA G LE I Thursday on Wednesday sale a "



I Cathy Norman Friday & Saturdayl!
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: Enters 1983 PageantMiss YOUR CHOICE
Free MORE 'r r
NY OR cl
Cathy Norman the current LAYAWAY!
Bradford County strawberry queen l
i' has been selected an as entrant into /?. 1 R A4l
the 1983 Miss Florida-USA Pageant
set Sept. 29-Oct. 2 in the Parker \. \t.t..
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Playhouse in Ft. Lauderdale. \
A record 104 girls will compete for
both the title and the right to repre-
1 sent Florida in the 1983 Miss USA I Up To 3.99 Value r i ,
Pageant next spring. The Miss OUSJEANNETTEMR.CFFEE OO '
Florida-USA Pageant will be telecast
live throughout the state Saturday,
Oct. 2, from 7:30-9 p.m.
The winner will receive cash and
awards in excess of 12000. "

Cathy the daughter of the late .
\ Harold K. Norman of Bradford County .--
and Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Page of i r ry
Jacksonville is currently attending V
Santa Fe Community College and
working at Terwillegar Motors.
Miss Norman 18. is a 5'8" blond
with measurements of 342334. She is -
f sponsored in the Miss Florida USA yai 0
Pageant by Terwillegar Motors, Inc.
and the Normandy Branch of the 0
Atlantic Bank of Jacksonville. ,REBATE! :
Lisa Smith a 22-year-old medical Discount Price..25 -
receptionist from Largo is the reign- Eagle's
ing Miss Florida-USA. She will crown =M Sale Price. ..19.83' SNOOZE
her successor during the Oct. 2 Less Mr. Coffee
ceremonies. Mail-In Rebate .4 00 LED ALARM
READOUT

S ve' 10.05, withRet tElI'' Save 5.1.1 11 0
Green Acres 4-H Club o

Fall Plans t. YOUR 77 ,
Making 69 FINAL 1583 r
P COST WAS 29-69 WAS 9.88-
The Green Acres 4-H club held their WERE 99a:
first meeting of the new year on Sept. VIVA MR. COFFEE 10 CUP FM/AM LED JOGGER AM RADIO r' ,f
7 and made plans for the year. PAPER TOWELS COFFEE MAKER CLOCK RADIO WITH HEADSET b .
Officers for the new year are: president Super absorbent! 97 twoAutnmatlr hrmuing system Wake to music or alarm Incl. bolt clip rov.erlul -
Debbie Moody; vice-president ply towels to a package On/Off Switch. #CMI. Fast/slow time set. !AM radio. Lightweight,
Kem Whitehead; secretary Mallissa '- '

Ray; Chaplain Mellissa May; e. .
Sargeant at arms. Donna Moody; ... ._JN !I.
I' na YO. 8,18 101
reporter Rhonda Sue Alvarez. .. tlub!: odl 10V3Yi
Leader Mrs. Barbara Balkum. "" *?%.'' '\, "" J f :"'" t;.... ''" 4a\ 681 bnaslsTndaior
The club will have a Marine Science :'\:' / 'r' -' e .
class on the second Tuesday night of CHOICE R {.Jr/j/ {
each month. Mrs. Jeannie Moody and -.. .I \ ,. "I
Mrs. Jenny Black will conduct the '' "' ?: "
meeting. Mrs. Fay Whitehead and 1 1 \;; f : MEN'S SOLID COLOR MEN'S ASSORTED
a Mrs. Barbara Mosley will be teachinga I EASY-CARE DRESS SLACKS CASUAL JEANS ,

arts and craft class. .... -' + Popular belt-loop< styling In 100% Back poqket stitching, 4-pocket
The club will be going to the Ag ..'''''__.----- polyester, polyester/cotton and styles and more. All polyester/
..
building in Starke once a month for a axtasawur w+- Dacron" polyester/Orion"''/rayon. cotton carefree fabrics. Some
health meeting.The '+ Great group ot/ solid colors. 28-42. slight Irregulars..Sizes 2842.m.fmD .

club is off to a good start and it ,!".
is hoped they will keep up the pace. :- .1'/. ; 1 1 I elan b9
There will be a car wash on Saturday -
Sept. 15 at the Community Bank : !: /" 94 ; ;

cooperate.from 9 to 3 and members are urged to SSet .$, 197 388 96e J ; e+ DISCOUNT Ei1E4'PRICE '

rnl, bs
OT. EAGLE ATF PENN 3-PACK POLAROID EVEREADY HEAVY
\. VISORSPORTS )i b t'tllugx nt aIS
LUBRICATESProtects TENNIS BALLS 108 FILM 'DUTY BATTERIES A "'a 1' X910
The J. T. Lawsons CAP
moving parts Guaranteed uniform Makes eight 3V."x4%" {Choose C or 0 cell. DRESS BELTS., a
Celebrate 49thAnniversary against wear and tear quality. Yellow. prints In color. ,2 to a pack. Stock-up!



Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson were
delightfully surprised at a party given flflcJa '

for them Saturday evening at their YU 1q9e.t
home on Bay Street celebrating their $ t ,, tt+ trnw
i 49th wedding anniversary.
!, The refreshment table was covered .
with a ecru lace cloth and centered
: with a permanent autumn arrange- ..... i w .
ment. Plates and trays held cake
,; sandwiches coffee and hors -,

d'oeuvers.Nineteen friends stopped by to help
celebrate the occasion. ..

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29tAno11
Luncheon Sept. 23 .
I Save 140/0
: For Senior Citizens

Norwich Pure Aspirin $ Heed& Shoulders Lotion or BOYS NYLON
The regular monthly covered dish 250 Tablets WAS. ,437.. .. 79C Conditioning Shampoo. 15 Oz.,1 2391388[ 388 596 5,96 MESH. .SHIRTS_"
luncheons for Senior Citizens will WAS A<+f................................. } A.9 t 94' PRICE '
23 at Johnson's Baby Powder, Clearasll Super Strength 9' 4'Or
begin again on Thursday Sept. 219
if noon in the Fellowship Hall of First 24 Oz., WAS 4.a9.. ., .. .. Cream Vanishing Formula 133 18 PC. FRENCH MEN'S MEN'S MESH MEN'S TERRY 6' .
flnted7o.es"dz. SHIRTS KNIT SHIRT POLO WERE9T'
United Methodist Church. WASa r. DINNERWARE SET DRESS SHIRTS :
All Citizens invited to attend :' Sundown Sunscreen #8, 4 ,,4 Each: T" plate 9" Short sleeves. PolyOnebutton placket 100%polyester Con
Senior
are Maximal Protection 4 Oz., 2" Q8 and saucer. eater/cotton. 14'At.17. cellar. Sizes S, M, L, XL, trast trim. S, M, L, XL BOYS'
on the fourth Thursday of each WAS.4.00-. .... .................. Lilt Perm WAS*S9r................. plate cup JEANS
i month.
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Methodist Church wriUe ig v
Sing
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Pine Valley Congregational "t '.
Methodist Church will hold a sing ... .0
Saturday Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. Local rebadiwscount ,
singing groups and individuals will be. '
'I' featured. i :
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The public is cordially invited to at
tend. N Es9"r'ICe. ?1.98t
Y l t
: /,I1a11inYOUR

save up to 150/0 ImlDm ElIIE! .
I'' Hospital Auxiliary FINAL ,,,, .
;; To Meet A. COS! ,WEE 2/$7
Monday Night .

Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary 277 HAND TEs 21*5 397 488i WERE BOYS'4.ee l' 6' 97, 49' .I'.'; 1>,

I will meet Monday night Sept. 20. at WERE!" 23T EA. PRICE WERE lg
6:30: p.m. at the Western Steer Steak .' Rebatet 17:97,, ,
!* 588 '
House for their September Dutch with 2-1 GALLON WASH TUBE SOCKS MEN'S MEN'S SUEDE MULTI-TONE
treat dinner-meeting. *> .i 9pw,75WOr100W LIQUID CHLORINE WERE4aEAWHITE W/STRIPES WERE46 CASUAL SHOES WEDGIES '
Sheriff Dolph Reddish will be the Algaecide, bactericide 100% COTTON Men's 5-pk. Boys' tl pk. BASKETBALL SHOES Genuine teather.'SHp-"Vlnyl
: speaker :. disinfectant & fungicide. FRINOCD TOWELS One size fits all. Men's 7-12 Boys' 2Vk-e resistant 10''.... 7-12, soles. Women's-10

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i: At Community Airpark BaptistThere Sing When it comes to pFICG: we don't kid around!



Saturday will night at 7 community p.m. at Airpark sing Locations'' < ,

Baptist Churhc. 521 Orange Street 229 I Starke 312 W.Madison St..1 ]
; the public U invited to attend. to serve youl




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Did YOU Know........... .............................-.................-.--..-...--.....................---........-....
Brooker NewsBy between Marmeland and Flagler
.. Mrs.Lex Green and Mrs.L. H.Jen- Beach in celebration of their 21st
Tallashasseee last. H. Green family C.E."Sue" Davis Mr. and Mrs. John Cone and wedding anniversary. St. Mark's Episcopal Church
to Thursday to Sun- daughter Jennifer, visited the Betty After visiting with Pete Douglasand
day. Phone: 185IJIICHURCH : and 212 N. Church Street Starke. Florida
: Hunt family in Lutz last weekend. family other friends in the
This week the Cone family and Mrs. area, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lanmon attended ,
Mrs.Franklin Weisgerber and Mrs. The Rev.: James Countryman, One Prescott are visiting friends and the annual meeting at Long FALL PROGRAM .;
f Herbert Thomas will attend the relatives in Atlanta, Ga. Branch Church over the weekend
pastor of the New River Baptist
District Two U.D.C. workshop in Church announces a movie "Gods Those students signing up and at- then returned home to Evant. Texas 8:00: Holy Eucharist .
Jacksonville'.on Friday. Prison Game" will be shown at the tending gymnastics at Starke starting Lanmon retired from Florida l
9:30 School
Hydrocarbon here at Brooker last : Sunday
,
church during the Sunday evening last Monday are Amy Crews,Stephen I
. Deland Mr. and Mrs. Paul Booker of services Sept. 19. The public is in- Sowells and Shandee Lewis. year.RltOOKER EI.EMENTARY 10:30: Holy Eucharist y
t were Monday visitors of Mrs. vited to attend. Debbie Green, daughter of Mr. and
Lou Struth. AROUND TOWN: Mrs. Stanley Green of Brooker, is at. The Brooker Elementary P.T.A. (Family Service .Hungry Provided) '
held open house at the Tuesday night
Mrs. T. B. Harding. Sr. returned Mrs.the Cathleen Sunday Lewis afternoon of Lochloosawas guest of tending(a branch the of Western N.C. State Carolina) Cullowhee College meeting\! in the school. After the in- 11:30: Coffee and Fellowship ;

Tuesday from North Florida Regional Mr. and Mrs. N.C. May we say good luck, Debbie, troduction of the 1982.83 officers new
Hospital where George Davis teachers and other staff members We Invite You and Your Family to Join
she underwent in all future endeavors.
surgery last week. Mr.Blue and Grass Mrs. Festivals Jake Keene held attendedthe on the During your the Labor Day weekend, plans Halloween got under way for the upcoming .J 1' With Us in Worship and Fellowship
and Mrs. Bud Tucker the Carnival to be held at the
backwaters Mr. spent
at Dunellon over the
school Oct.
23. Parents visited with
Labor Day weekend. weekend at the Sheraton on the Beach "
the teachers to end open house.
St. Mark's Annual

Arts & Crafts FestivalThe

Second Annual Arts It Crafts AMERICAS FAMILY D STORE

Festival will be held on Saturday --. '
Nov. 13, from 9 a.m. until dark at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church grounds, ThSY' 1TM 2P
Church.in Starke.Jackson and Water.Streets, fjfj

This festival held last in early
year .
H O T O PROCESSINGKodak
December proved to be a wonderful
shopping and browsing experience for '
the visitors and profitable for the artists ,, Paper, Chemicals, Equipment

Interested artists/artisans should jTiir/ and Training In our own labs.

apply to St. Mark's Church P.O. Box _ ,/
487, Starke Fl 32091. Spaces are approximately -
10'xl2, Applicationsshould
be accompanied by $3.00 cashor 9
check made payable to St. Mark's
Church. About 60 prime spaces are


fronts available Deadline on three since for city entry church streets.applications property. is I a i3 ... + I 9.q,, ..:o.." .c... I I

Oct. 15, 1982.Baptist .

WMU I il?. Ef.A. I Star. .t sl (E'E'JHIRMACK = u I


To Young Entertain Woman's GroupThe l C =. I

I .-......-
Women's Missionary Union of I
the First Baptist Church will enter-
tain the Baptist Young Women's
Group on Tuesday Sept. 21,at 7 p.m. III PEPSODENT SHAMPOO orCONDITIONER ANTACID STAR-KIST SOFT SCRUB DURACELL III
at Fellowship a banquet Hall.to be held in the church TOOTHPASTE WITH SIMETHICONE TUNA FISH CLEANSER 9-VOLT BATTERY


.outstanding tist The Women banquet in work is initiating in of recognition the several Young of Bap-suc-the 8,4-0 a.l. %. 6 9 e.-oz. 1 59 12-0Z. 11 9 '.s-oz. 7 9 I 13-OZ.. 7 9 ( ,MN1e04 1 7911I

cessful community mission projectsand Prle.d I .I' TYPES ... R-g. 169 ... R.p.1.19 Pric.d I ... P.9.2.25 ...
for enlisting the most new Limit t Limit 2 Compare to Mylanta, Limit
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DAISY MINK DIFFERENCE JAM
Beta Sigma Phi RAZORS HAIR SPRAY TAMPONS -
'Holds II I'ACKO'2 ,.oz. / Ill LAWN MOWER25OFF II
First MeetingThe AEROSOL :010'40
e 239 ,
388 TYPES TYPES ....... .I
first meeting of Beta Sigma Phi Limit 1 ...k. Price relects 25 oft !,; l
following summer vacation took Limit packs t ;
label. Limit 1
place Tues., Sept. 7 at the home of ? '" II REGULAR PRICES 011
,Marie Wynn.To '
-
get things off to a start memberswere 0

and wear asked thenvto to decorate jneeting..Someof grocery bags CHLOR-TRIMETON ALMAY FLEET III ( III
TABLETS EYE SHADOW TRIO DISPOSABLE
decorations
the were really
elaborate and awarded to. 24TABLiT 39h1. "A R... : ,
were ENEMA'
prizes
\I\ g NNN299 ... "" 1
and I I.'a' RI
Ella
Phyllis Huggins Cooney / M0. ""t t. Trtmeton''* Prk.d _1
Brenda Slade. Members also had a ; ; 59'e
Limit Decongestant Limit g; ... .
silent auction by wrapping unwanted r >:
items around the home and members I I
bidding on them and raised money for -
the treasury.The .
next meeting will he held Sept. HOLIDAY I
21, at the home of Rose .Smith on / / FOGGER
Road.
Morgan ,.,.., RUBBERMAID WOMEN'S NYLON
..._" DIttntI. CLEAN-UP or TOTE BAGS ___..IIIIIoz.: 199 + III
-.-., .r: WRAPNBAGORGANIZER IHfiflhI R.p.IS* : .....
Ed Cole HonoredAt -. /! Cgg I) ':$ *
VIP PRO
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FRITO-LAY VARIETY PACK CADDY /
Retirement J I ,, III III
HOT BRUSH
".gala FLAT -
(, Rw:: 1.1. I ,/"," -
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Ed Cole was honored at the Combined Priced ...................119 399 ": tVP-,. 799 j SCOTTS :::> I -
State Maintenance Shop at Camp Limit 1 ..Ie Prlcad ............. FERTILIZER nftnVI
Blanding recently with a cake and ice .
cream party recognizing 35 years. of SCHRAFFT'S ASSORTED PLASTICWASTEBASKETS AUTOMATIC GRAN PRIX a-TRACK AM/FM III% 2.5 LB. -| 99 a
Federal se(ice. BAGGED CANDIES NIGHTLIGHT Acf(1 f.E. STEREO RMs9 .. .. I _
III'L'IIi
W1.: .- .YOUR.... IM CHOICE... Reg YOUR 14 CHOICE I "'".. :,.,::, *MJOO.. ".... ( \ _
.. Rfl.SM !: 1
\ e 119 n j- 9999 ;jll ,.' W :
(V.Elks'imp!:.-Mows, ?-ol88 II: 399I I I Plays 8tracks.Limit I

Starke Elkettes will hold a Flea 2 -S Lighted dial. 2
s Market on Saturday Sept: 18, on the speed chan er. /
;lot next to.Wilson's Florist in the
Plaza:8 A.M. tit ??? SNACK-SIZE ASSORTED PLASTIC
Starke '
I
TOOTSIE ROLLS HANOI .. : I /
At i the regular meeting Monday. 1-LB. BAOftcg. ... "
Sept.:20,the Starke Elks and Elkettes 1.71 BASKETS CASIO CREDIT ,
will be making final plans for North 39 DK ZEPCO 404 COMBO CARD CALCULATOR 9
District Deputy Charles Quick of the 1 $/ '
.. .
Madison Lodge to make his official 200 Rw "" 088 ILC-7./7" 999 Iw'
visit and Inspection of the Starke .r FOR ....4.10 ............1 II...n." ............... I 34"5 -,
vLodge; on Monday OCt. 4. Dinner will Reel comes with Trllene* line. Automatic power off. --
(be served at 6:30 P.M.,to delegationsfrom
the Tallahassee, Madison, 0
Perry, Live Oak, Lake .City and tt KEYSTONE EVERFLASH 35mm
.Gainesville lodges. i CAMERA
Starke Elks and Elkettes meet 99' 13570i
'regularly on the first and third Mon- 999 Rag. 19.99
day night of each month with a .';. P 009 Nwr A'TER 2999
covereddish supper at 7 p.m. follow "" REBATE! .....
ed by the meetings at 8 p.m. All 0
members and visiting Elks are urgedto GENERAL ELECTRIC

attend. FABRIC SWINGER: GALAXY 12"OSCILLATING FLIPFLASN n -

SOFTENER B-B-0 GRILL FAN I
,
S.,. 119 _
10 SHEETS C R...SLID 99 521 o 99 Priced ....... .}
7,9 3 9 19 I
S.NPrk.d ,.........., ..,.aD.GO ..... D.L Prlc.ct ,.,......
Compare to Bounce. Limit 2 I II.

BIRTHS -

PHOTOALBUM I


20-PAOES/ II
Holly Christine Sanford 10-SHEETS +:
n01 R.g. 2.79
Bill and Patty Sanford of Hampton AIR-KING 3-SPEED 0
179
Lake' announce the birth of a
daughter Holly Christine born Sept. 52" REVERSIBLE F
3 In Alachua General Hospital. She LYSOL SPRAYDISINFECTANT 18"B-B-Q GALAXY 9"OSCILLATING CEILING FAN ( 0

Joins a sister Laurel Celeste, age 3. GRILL FAN AFTER REBATE ---- ----
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and 1DoZ R......t 99 12114 *S17S5177R ;;)
Mrs. Ed Merkley of Winter Haven. t 249 S.'. 14"BB 8999 -g. 141.((
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and R.p.ll/ ...,,.. .,,. Prk.d .p- .......... I REGULAR I II
,Mrs.W.S.Sanford.Jr.of Gainesville. ( .
Paternal great grandparents are Mr. I PRINT FROM I:
and Mrs. W. S. Sanford. Sr. of I

Gainesville. .OPEN DAILY 9-to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7. Sale Prices good thru Sat. Sept. 18th. we RESERVE THE I I: YOUR SLIDE I
RIGHT TO LIMIT I
QUANTITIES. I R-o. 9
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5A.
": "t Bradford Sq. Shopping Center | Bring In your favorite color slid to Eckerd 'I
I. e
well
I
<
; A I m-hA" quality print:on Kodak paper.
I .',. 831 S. Walnut Street Starke. Please present coupon with order. I
It : I Coupon Qood Thru 8..l. e.pl.a I
Boiled ham can be more Charge It! ,, V v.--- .COUPON1 ---__
.
tender If allowed to ,
cool In the water Inwtticfi ,
.\ it has been boiled.
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PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.SEPT. 16 !!WII'
THRU WED., SEPT. 22, 1982.



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PANTRY PRIDE FRESH NEW CROP EASTERN BAKING SIZE
4 PAPERTOWELS GREENCUKES REDAPPLES @ !J ROSSETICOMPARE

\ BBUYB BBUYB POTATOES

WHITE OR ASSORTED


sJ.Lv/roar van row 2/$1 8/$1 399 BAGSAVE 10LB BAG $1,19

FT.
SAVE 15. 20. SAVE 20.
SAVE 18"
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COMPARE QROCERt EVERYDAY pLow SAVE COMPAREPANTRY EVERYDAY PRICE LOW SAVE COMPARE GROCERY EVERYDAY LOW SAVE =- evcKVDAV PRICE LOW SAVE

CRISP CELLO BAG r
VLASIC Kosher Dills = $ 129 150.1 Black PRIDE Pepper s&.:; 79 rt 30 PANTRY Quick PRIDE Oats 180&8541: L2..I 11: Fresh Carrots. 4941 L2..I:

GEORGIA RED r1
ASSORTED VARIETIES JUNE BOY MUEL.ERS ELBOWS r :
FaygO(DIET DRINKS)BIX.*3I 8 941 11..10-... Dills . a JAR $'-49 IIII Macaroni .. = 69C= L2..I: Sweet Potatoes LB19 L1J:
GENERIC DRY ROASTED rt
REAL Pine PINE Oil . sc490lsz I COARSE Mr. Pepper OR FINE Box. $149 rt/O. BETTY Potato CROCKER Buds .'Boar89 : r ao' Peanuts . tam $139 I.2.J:

) HAMBURGER OR HOTRelish DOG 11 FYNE TASTE STRAWBERRY' I lONG GRAIN r .... .,
b Vlasic 100&5941: Preserves. .. '. ,':3i $219 dl Polka'Dot Rice. = 25 ..L.r- BUY-1 GET-1 FREE. --
_. __ i,,- :: Ii.11111I' a M I 11II..7114. t.*..If* .a-v.ww mow'i: vd'A i. rv..r.a ISTATURA4YBARB FRESH" '" .

Sauce(TOMATO) 2/8941 D 21':" PANTRY Grapefruit PRIDE SECTIONS. I 5 9C r 10' CONVERTED RiCe(UNCLE BENS) :;. 7 9C,'r!!: SAUCELEONARD=QUE $t.131 9.


PRICES GOOD ONLY IN BRADf OTIO COUNTY.DUE TO OUR LOW PRICES REBCRVB THC nOHT TO UMtT CPANTR .NONE SOLD TO DeALERS,NOT nE8PON64BUE FOR'TYPOORAPHIMACARONI CAL ERROA8.

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GENERIC 'd"_' NATIONAL BRAND SAVE 10" Eli' SAVE 1O "SAW.".00.150'M' ....-,
DRY J. PRICE 81.S3 HANOVER 14D3P1 CAN 300 COUNT KRUE8CH ""n',."., ';-"

BLEACH 89 PORK BEANS NAPKINS FYNE $129SAVE LIEBFRAUMILCH 99
WINE J'::.
J 4Ooz BOX .,." I '..:11\F\

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GENERIC NATONAL BRAND 1 SAVE 20" 20" SAVE 80* :
D:: PRICE Sr 1.29 PANTRY PRIDE l w, J 320z JAR 4 RoLLs RIUNITE '. ,TOO ML.'
PEANUT NORTHERN
r BUTTER $119 MAYONNAISE 89 BATHROOM ..........:."'. $119 LAMBRU8CO $Z 5 9
J{ 18oz JAR TISSUE BIANCO OR ROSATO .


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COMPARE t cl SAVE COMPARE uow SAVE COMPARE GROCERY I LOW. SAVE
WISK
RUBBERMAID ALMOND OR CHOCOLATE
rI JIM DANDY SUGAR SUBSTITUTE r
Wastebasket $488 L.J: Quick Grits .-0.2P1 BO* Sweet NJ Low a? S229 UQUID

OR RUBBERMAID CHOCOLATE ALMOND r Pantry Prld.Medium j* Jf$ e"OFF LABEL DETERGENT
tffl = ClYMahatma
((14"1 gc
Basket OCTAGONAL s188 L.J: Spounge. .I ......41 I Comet Cl8anser.1005
RUBBERMAID RECTANGLE MARTHA r ere.r.AY row $943
ALMOND OR OOLD Basket $388 r1 Mix?. 2J49= i-. .'. Rlce.20. GJ. r.
Laundry :!: 2oyART

g' ,OR RUBBERMAID COLD CHOCOLATE t* $288 1'1-1 Punch . .,-_S210 ] Solo taoz-PLASTIC Cup . c?. 7ft. r 20't 60 OFF LABEL
Bucket . or.1OC .

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Ir OFF .. Ill: SAVE 35C CASH III''f 2O'. OFF '4:4 18 mI iiia

!
r MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE wt SANKA.. .1 'cc:: MASTER BLEND rNABISCO I

.. REGULAR E.P.OR A.D.C. p o I /-"- COFFEE DECAFFEINATED = I 'COFFEE A.D.C.ORC.P. i ,'iI'f._ I U CRACKERS.WHEAT SOCIABLE TRJSCUrr SNACK :,

1 I LB CAN E.P.OR DRIP 28oz CAN 1 : 'F..." BETTER THINS CHEDDAR OR
WITH THIS COUPON OOOO w LBCAN WTTH THIS COUPON .tr ",';1>_ WITH'THIS COUPON OOOO
I THRU WED..SEPT.221982.,. L00 WITH THIS COUPON OOOD''. ,I. THRU ,KEPT 22, -.I I Jo_\.;T' ,.ti THRU WED.SEPT.aa.,983.

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one Cash Saver Coupon with each $5 purchase. '
Col lest 10)coupons to complete your Cash Saver Card. SAVE'72..A 32PC j i'
Redeem Service for 8
_filled \' '
place scttin;. "17"
>92""'
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_' 1 Filled Card plus -r"
e ,iS2oo/ in pimhascft: ) 49C _

2 ,::1 l h Filled Card plus Cash $')74 ,

$ .">(0in) purchases) e ,

3. 12 Filled Card j plus; Cash $)J9J P '

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4 I, Filled Card plus Cash $'724 ; \7 J S

i$:;1111I purchases!) I. _

5. Price without cards $Q:

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THRU WED., SEPT. 22, 1982.
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SIRLOINTIPS MARKET STYLE FRESH PORK
SLICEDBACON SPARERIBS BONELESSSIRLOIN

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BUY CUT&WRAPPED FREE BBUYS



:_.1S3ELB 583,' $ 1 W 7 TO? L BONUS BUY LBS R $159 L MEDIUM Bonus SIZE BUY $139 LBSAVE =1t $LB 179



SAVE 7O PER LB SAVE 5O PER LB 6O PER LB SAVE PER LB

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COMPARELYKES ........ CHECK PRICES ThESe SAVE FAMILY SIZE PACKAGES COMPARE. Ira CHECK PRICES THESE SAVE

CHECK THESE PRICES SAVE
U.S.D.A.CHO.CEBEEF. PANTRY PRIDE CHILLED
Chicken POWER PAK Franks; .6ge rI 20 Boneless Cubed Steak ovER$2 9U.SD.A. IN Orange THE DAIRY CASE Juice HAU ss:; $T_*g rI 40

PANTRY PRIDE MEAT OR BEEF .
rI CHOICE BEEF STEAKSBoneless AXELRODS ITALIAN
rI
Sliced Bologna &. $159 Sirloin Tip $249 g Ricotta Cheese $2B9 40

' SUNNYLAND rI U.S.D.A.CHOICE BEEF CHIPPED STEAKS PANTRY PRIDE CREAMED rI
I Sausage.(SMOKED) i-K929 $299 Cottage Cheese tt'P $139 20
Boneless Sirloin Tip QChopped
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Calling on two resources most Whew! A Week Offi'Then '
coaches say wins football games-
defense and kicking- Bradford High (Gulp) Palatka o
School outlasted rival Baker County their '
The Tornadoes can savor Y' -
3-0 in overtime last in
Friday night a a.iri
4'uAr' h i rl tory over Baker County \
Baker Co. Memorial Stadium packed
longer than usual but not for top
with nearly as many Bradford tans as Frida(
long. After an open date .
Baker fans.
"93 6 night, Sept. 17, BHS gets back"iftt c
The cherished victory shed I t s action with a game at Palatk f'
a 10-gamc losing streak for BHS, :I against the defending 3A star L

the school's longesl-ever and gave champ Panthers Friday night, Sty s
the Tornadoes their 29th win in the 1J 24 s
32-game series between the schools aal t
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after Baker had captured its only 6Y Palatka has shown no signsoj
wins of the rivalry in 1980 and '81. 1 + xo ?: lye""' 11 slowing down since last year,
130 pound sophomore John David ) despite losing all-everything running -
Francis provided the winning marginfor back John L. Williams to !the
the Tornadoes sending the west Florida Gators. Last week Palalka,
sideline packed with Bradford fans In- ranked number one, jolted rd-
to pandemonium with a 27-yard field ranked Gainesville High School 2,4-7 d
goal on Bradford's first play in over at Citizen's Field in GainesvMle.
time. They ran and passed nearly at yia\\
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Such was BHS coach David Ilurse ru tt ,alt against a defense thought of as oije
confidence in Francis that he sent the ( of the best around. :?a
Tornado kicking unit on the field immediately Of course BHS won't have tfve
after the Bradford defense whole week off. ,>/
stopped the Wildcats on their four Tornado coaches gave the plays;
I overtime plays from the 10. Monday off after the big practice
"When we went into overtime there and got back into action Tuesday;
was no doubt in my mind what we shorts to go over, the Palatka gape
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were going to do," Hurse said. "I was plan. ,vl
not going to take a chance on fumbl- "We'll get with it Wednesday,
ing the ball down there when we havea Thursday, and Friday and do about.
kicker that can do the job." all the hitting we need to do for,tile
Snapper John Bennett shuttled the wishbone then," Hurse said. "Jtfjs
ball back to holder Emmett Watkins
know now what we can do and what
who placed it, and Francis, who just
we need to work on and we can,get
h did miss a 43-yarder in the first half, that done in drills."
booted the ball cleanly through for the r is-I

victory. Ilurse credited Watkins with A Ac ... The varsity coaching staff fyijl
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doing a good job of placing the ball. scout the Panthers when they pjy
For the Tornado defense, stoppingthe Sexton Rallies the Defensive Troops... New Smyrna Beach ((1-0) at home
favored (in most circles) Wildcatsin Defensive field general Mike Sexton rallies his BUS defense together during "We were aggressive, we executed well and had people in position just like Friday night and update charts on
overtime was almost expected a timeout in the 3-0 victory over Baker County in Macclenny last Friday.It we had our game plan set up" Sexton said of the effort. Palatka's tendencies.
after a night in which the BHS stop- was the first win for Bradford since beating Fernandina 17-15 In the final Pictured are, from left Larry Long ((30)), Eric Lane (20), Don Green (63)),
pers continually frustrated the faster game of the 19HO season and the first shutout effort for BUS since blanking the Jimmy Schoening ((13), Marvin Brown ((10). Kenny Wright ((53)), Dale I
Baker club.Scatback. same Baker Wildcats 1H-0 in 1979. Buchanon (70), and Steve Spell (70).
Freddie Jones did gain 73 Reserved TicketsOn
yards but the 'Cats totaled just 113 Sale at BIIS

rushing yards and bootlegging Reserved seat season tickets for
quarterback Keith Lane was harassed Coaches Say Crowd Noise Contributed to Win 1982 Bradford High football will be
enough to connect on just 5 of 22 available at the BHS front office
,' passes in the 'Cats helter-skelter pass starting Monday, Sept. 20.

1' attack.And Francis helped the Tornadoes After Friday night's 3-0 overtime the win, and couldn't be any happier "The defense is going to have to pleased: "We weren't saying low and A reserved stadium seat for the'
play field-position football by punting thriller at Macclenny ecstatic Tor- with the effort we put in defensively.We carry us until our young offensive line didn't come off the ball aggressively. five Tornado home gamessa a
4 times for a 41 yard-per-boot nado players were thanking the fans were aggressive, we executed and backfield can gain experience," I take that as a reflection on me and Fe Oct. 1, St. Augustine (Homeco-
average. He boomed a 43-yarder out who journeyed from Bradford County well, and we had people in position Hurse said. "We've got just one I'm just not gonna have it. We've done ing) Oct. 8, Gainesville High Oct. 15,
of the back of the endzone and in the just like we set it up in our game plan. lineman with experience up there and better than that in practice. It's greatto Gainesville Eastside Nov. 12, and
4tli: period backed Baker up to its 14 The BHS coaches too, gave the "Our play and formation recognition nobody but Erumett (Watkins) and have 2 weeks before Palatka Middleburg Nov. 19will 0 Cast
with a spiralmg 53-yarder. 12th man" credit for the win. was just great. You can see on the; Eric (Lane)",haye experience in the because they're tough up front'' $18,00. "
"This was more than .a football film people,just pointing out formations backfield Game night Herts'( Will
"We can't say enough about the w 'Hursrdi!\ saf'Watkins,1hrJ ha4'g< ,. negate
I j :?,,,.defense noted. "Coach and specialty Sexton teams and," Hurse coach, game coach for pavid the' Hurse'kids,:,' said.Tornado"It head was ""kids'had and prepared getting,into themselvesmen positipij. purj, _, .CLlne coach, dick l)tjs> tA l yvapnnot .)baircarHer? l, : 'dirf. ua.,'fine I loll DaoNANITI, D$3 for aduksi-afid-; for l.tddeiIt>y.1a .

more of a commuDlty'effort for the tally"
and Hartley had defensive their people ready to play kids. They saw how the community Secondary Coach Mike Hartley's
our game plan was has been behind us even after the group held the 'Cats to lust 5 completions -
perfect. there did
Everybody over
their disaster of going 0-10 last year and it in 22 attempts and he said"weworked ,
part.
Hurse called the entire meant a great deal to them. together back, there better
( kicking "The crowd over there the other than we have all year. I told coach ,e
game "superb",and said"we had the
Best night was just fantastic. They were Sexton we were going to have to play
we've had here in
punt Field coverage vocal, and hung in with us all the better defensively than we ever had in .
is the
years. position in
key a "
defensive way. practice to win and they did.
struggle like that and John
David's and The enthusiasm lit a fire under a The kicking game was another key
our
punting coverage Tornado team that performed much called the best '
took field position from Mac- specialty team perfor- -iJ! .,
clenny. away better than it had showed just a week mance we've had here in years by .a.tI' ,':,;:;)1'1
previous in the Fall jamboree Hurse.John David Francis booted the
Baker did have
score, but was two turned prime chancesto each A defense that was porous againstSt. winning field goal, just missed a s ,- it r fi ou.iuSol
time. away Augustine and Interlachen in the 43-yarder, and punted for a 41-yard NOTICE I :: .., .'rnd n i >I n ,90,2o8ig
jamboree gobbled up Baker County Rick Braswell boomed his ,
In the second period Wildcat David average; ,':. : YJoiod n .:>ltOA
Harrell grabbed the ball when ballcarriers in the season opener. only kickoff down to the 6 yard line; pI ; .. ". a ?yt ",dip arsbn,, ent torttw.iwo
"We had a lot of good individual and punt coverage was excellent said aX33W TA1in
Watkins fumbled a return at the G.., .I loa
punt ,
play as well as team out there, the coaches. "
play
drove aril iobnu jonud! gniob
Tornado 48. Baker to the BHS 8 ,
,
noted defensive
yard line but on 4th and goal from coordinator Mike Offense was the one area lacking in QjlU'iOAII8' to mon miif,
Sexton. "I couldn't be
there Dody Washington was stoppedat happier with the opener. tI TH3MqIU03" >t:>UItT

the 4 on a reverse sweep by Brad- f b ,.X.twnJ ,""011I IOC ..aIII
ford's John Bennett and Marvin o ,,,, 'y .. ot abnetnl' ..obliolltuoitiOil
Brown. Now Appearing 0 0 ,' ; I blot i."1 iQi
Then late in the game the Wildcats i A' aril tvbnu mon
started a drive with 3:22: on the clock Cross Point "' .. "t. tutott. blo..ioo
and methodically churned 65 yards to to :> HtS zidt b,ToQ
the Bradford 17 to set up a 34-yard (Vari.ty Band] \e"" | 89f ,f uQuA
field goal attempt with 16 seconds to \ bolbo,8ohhota
go. But their own sophomore \ .. \M\ Budget Hearing: .
placekicker- Billy Pittmanskim- ." \(\OftJ..O' stie .
med the kick low and the game wentto "
I overtime. CI\-
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", In OT Baker won the toss and took \Jo" 40 rjlUOD:
I the ball first. W.iP v I:: ) AaOTl7Aa8p '
I Set up at the 10 Jones swept his Ei5 .... '6 ','VI 3ZA?
right side to the 5 yard line. But on the
next 2 plays Washington was deckedat ,
the four by Robert Carver and at .
the 3 by Brown and Larry Long. On Gainesville Surgical Group .
)t I fourth and goal the'Cats lined up for a .
,, field goal but the center snap was bob-

tried bled unsuccessfuly and holder Troy to throw McCullough into the Allen Y.: DeLaney M.D., F.A.C.S.

4 endzone The defense to Troy came Gaskins.off the field to a 0 Alex l.C. Macgregor, M.D., F.A.C.S. The City of Starke has tentatively

deserved heroe's welcome and on
came the kicking unit to execute
Francis' game-winning boot. announce the relocation of their office adopted a budget for
In regulation time Bradford's scor-
effective the twenty-first day of September
ing chances were few a far betweenas

,After the offense the Tornadoes sputtered.knocked down nineteen hundred and eighty two Fiscal Year 1982-83. A publid

Baker on its first four offensive playsa
short punt set BHS up at the Wildcat iN
48 early. BUS pushed the ball 27 to
yards 14 of it on a veer carry througha to make FINAI
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gaping hole by quarterback : 11th Place Suite C

t Watkins.But the 'Cats shackled BHS from Gainesville Florida 32601 '0

the 17, with 2 tackles in the backfield 376-5255 DECISION the ANDTAXES
pushing Bradford back to the 25. on budget
Francis then came on to make his43yard
field goal .
attempt.'it
just kept drifting," the Kathryn Conlon Parker
sophomore said of his boot, which appeared Nutritionist/Dietitian will be held on
:: 7; plenty long. ,
BHS had a similar opportunity in .a
.o the 3rd period when,after the defense Is pleased to announce her associationwith

by forced the another'Cats. Watkins 4-plays hit and Blaine punt series Dyal the September 21 1982 at 7 p.m. in

open on the left side for a 14 yard pass GAINESVILLE SURGICAL GROUP

j play further A personal to the to the Baker foul 29 but penalty 43.Watkins moved overshot BHS specializing in dietary analysis nutritional the Commission Room at Cityj:

Dyal on a 1st down pass and counselling, behavior modification, therapeutic diets,

I snuffing Washington out the intercepted opportunity.for Baker and weight control for morbid obesity Including Hall. 5 5o

post-operative gastric bypass follow
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Sophomore John David Francis
rf'" the nllj as Tornado of the Week Tornadoof


125 for aker the after in County.Not first Bradttlrd's booting varsity! the 3-0 football winning victory week over field of theWeek [. ". Sports Briefs ". ]


only did John David kick the "

winning points through the cross bar vl
in the overtime 1.----'];; _
he helped Immensely pressure-cooker in the shutout, but Harriers OpenAt Oct.BHS 19 Baldwin, Palatlca, GUS at noon each Wednesday. at the Old Ar Flag Football

effort average.by'His punting night for a 41-yard Kenny Run Oct. 23 at UF Invitational (tentative mory.No fee Is charged, so the only cost Signups SetRegistration

included a crucial The boys and girls cross country ) for the classes is for materials.
.yard
punt from the back for the Starke Ree.Department's .
of the BUS teams of Bradford High School will Oct. 26 at Baker County
endzone
the Wildcats and a 53-yarder that pinned run for the first time this Saturday, Oct. 29 teams to be named at BHS Tennis League youth flag football
deep in their own territory. Sept. 18, at the Bishop Kenny Invitational Nov District championships league/ is underway.Two .
in Jacksonville. Nov 13 Region championships Meeting Set
"Ills AIwrsc kicking dictated the outcome Most of the top 3A schools in North Nov. 20 State championships leagues- one for 6-9 year olds
? The of the
gametBUS Coach David women Starke women'stennis and one for 10-13 year olds (boys and
said of r rancis. j Florida are expected to be on hand at league will be holding a girls)- are offered and the only feels

j-rAnd all this was after a none-too impressive the Kenny run. meeting for all interested new players $3 for the cost of team T-shirts. Age
showing by the 10th grader Leading the Tornadoes into action Pop Warner Teams Monday night, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. at determining date is Sept. 201982. .
will be captains Richard Warren and the Pratt St tennis courts.
the
in previous week's .4, Play Saturday HereThe
"John David had lost jamboree. Linda DeWitt. Warren, a senior holds New players can sign up for the Registration will be held at the Old
with all the missed his timing the school home course record at four Bradford Cowboy Pop league Monday. Play is set to start Armory rec. office, 8:30: a.m. to noon
rain Hurse said practices becauseof 15:47: for 3 miles, and DeWitt,still justa Warner teams start their regular back up soon. and 1 5:30 p.m., and at Pratt St. rec
off everything, else he"So we took him' sophomore owns the record for the Season here In Starke Saturday, Sept. For information call 964-6413, center from 35 p.m. Deadline for
wideout and ( was working home course behind the middle school 18, hosting the teams from Callahanat 964-8469, or 9647487. registration Is September 14.
a; defensive back) and
at 11:18: for 2-miles.. BHS stadium.
tet. him concentrate on kicking." i. a: The remainder of the BUS schedule Action starts at 10 a.m. with the I

::1 Obviously it worked. follows. Note that Sept. 28,Oct. 5, Oct. Mitey Mite game with the other 3
bplayers of the week as selected by 19 and Oct. 29 are the dates for BUS games scheduled to start at noon, 2 KEYSTONE HEIGHTSCHIROPRACTIC
coaches were: defensive front- John home meets,.all set to start at 4 p.m. p.m. and 4pm.Ceramics.
Bennett, defensive secondaryEric

jLa'ne; and Jimmy Schoening, offensive Sept. 23 at Palatka Invitational CLINIC

backEmmett Watkins, offensive Sept 28 Clay, Lee, Baker at BUS Classes
line- Tommy Johnson, specialty Oct. 2 at Sandalwood InvitationalOct. Are
-- UnderwayCeramics
teams- Francis. John David Francisfor 1 5 Kenny, Vanguard, St. Aug. at
BHS classes taught by Mrs. SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Oct. 9 at Lee InvitationalOct. Lillian Johns are underway with night

I Bright 12 tri-meet at Palatka sessions from 7-10 p.m. each Monday
Bennett
; Led BUS Tacklers Oct. 16 at Deland Invitational and a morning class from 9 a.m. to

J' lbefensively BACK PAIN WHIPLASH
noseguard Kenny . .
[Wright led Bradford in tackles with 9 .' ",- .(BACKACHE)) (AUTO INJURIES)

primary stops and 4 assists, followed .NECK PAINSHOULDER NUMBNESS OR PAIN
closely by defensive lineman of the PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDSHEADACHES
To the Voters of Bradford Coun-
Week John Bennett's 7 first hits and 3sslsts. ON THE JOB INJURIES
[ One of
Bennett's
tackles was (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP

fathered M Vildcat punt coverage in returner the ban where just he nailed after the he ty. Thanks for letting me serveas h. PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS


"''Other tackle totals were: Steve

Spell :5-2, Randy Davis 4-3, Don Green your County Commissioner : MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY

'2, Dale Buchanon 2-3, and Larry CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED
ng 3-.
[All-totaled Bradford had just 97 for another term. -TIM Doctor el Tomorraw WU Site No Medichw.

/ands in offense, 72 on the ground and But WIH Interest Hit Pittanti In The Cir 01 The Hums
tS through the air on 3 completions to Frame In Diet And In Tin bun: ft PrtvonNo Of Dlstisi"

:yal in 7 attempts by Watkins. The Thanks T. EDISON
enior signal-caller was Bradford's
IUef ground threat too veering for 53 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service

,"'.'ards,Sophomore on 12 carries.fullback Oliver Tyson c; C / 7.bf'y- 2 I\Ion., Wed., & Fri. 8:30 to 1 & 2 to 6 Tues. & Thur. 8:30 to 1

arred 7 times for 12 yards, 10 stripes ?,. MTNCT 4.MMOCMT fOf 1155

liming on a quick pitch carry. 473.3604DR.
DR. W.C.EATON

1 DR. LOUNETTE EATON 21 N.

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Bradford County. RE: The Marriage of Westerly right of way Dated this 9th day of the petition of Continental petitioner an opportunity IN THE CIRCUIT COURT COURT OF THE WILL BE FOREVER BAR
8/264tchg9/16 MARTHA G, HUNT.WifePetitioner line of the Seaboard AirLine September A. D., 1982. Telephone to present EIGHTH JUDICIAL EIGHTH JUDICIAL RED.
.. ..; and Railroad; thence in Bradford County. Company of the South rebuttal testimony; CIRCUITOF CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Publication of this
NOTICE WAYNE B. HUNT JR.. South 1632'30" West 9/091tpd 9/30 Florida for an Increase and for such other purposes FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, Notice has begun on 16

OF INTENTIONTO HusbandRespondent.NOTICE 650.62 feet along said .. . ... .. In Its rates and as the Commission BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA September, 1982.
REGISTER Westerly right of way IN THE CIRCUIT COURT charges which will deem CIVIL ACTION Personal RepresentativeMARY
OF ACTIONTO line: thence North OF THE produce additional annual proprlate. PROBATE DIVISION LOUISE REED
FICTITIOUS NAME
635'27" West 201.44 feet EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR revenues of witnesses thai) be subject Case No. 82-388 10IS NW 21 st Ave., Apt.
: WAYNE B. HUNT JR. to the point of beginn CUIT 1038494. at the to cro... Case No 82.70.CP 1 10
Pursuant to Section
865.09, Florida Statutes.notice Residence Unknown ing. Containing ;2.099 BRADFORD COUNTY. following times and examination at the JEROME P. RENGERING. Gainesville, Fl
acres. For a point of FLORIDA places: conclusion of their Husband IN RE: The Estate of
that the Is hereby given YOU ARE, HEREBYNOTIFIED"thet'an' reference beginning at A hearing will beheld testimony Plaintiffvs ANNA LENA DITTRICH Attorney for
undersigned action the NE corner of the Civil Action at each location The proceedingswill Deceased. Personal Representa
PAT WEEKS sole own.r,
for dissolution of marriage above described tract No. 82-228-CA commencing at 4 p.m. be governed by GLADYS D. RENGERING.Wife tive.
doing business under the and other relief NOTICEOF TOMLINSON SHAW.&
firm thence along said and continuing until 6 the provisions of
TRUCK name& EQUIPMENT of BRADFORD U. has been filed against Westerly right of way FREEDOM SAVINGS p.m on Aug. 10, 1982. Chapter 120 Florida Defendant ADMINISTRATIONThe BROWN P.A.
you In the obove-styled line of the Seaboard AirLine AND LOANASSQCIATION All persons appearing Statutes and Post Office Drawer
S. 301 North lawtey court and you are required -' Railroad North INC.Plaintiff. during these times Chapters 25-22 and NOTICE OF SUIT. administration Stark. Florida 32091
Florida Intends to to serve a copy of 16'32'30" East 133 feet; will be heard. 28-3. Florida Administrative NO PROPERTYTO of the Estate of ANNA .1.phon.:904-9..8272..
register said fictitious your written defenses, if thence South 89"53'2O" CommissionRoom Code.JURISDICTION. LENA DITTRICH Deceas 9/16 2tchg 9/23

name under the any. to It on JAMES L. East 503.9 feet to the VSWILLIAM City, Marlonna City I : GLADYS D. RENGER ed. File No. 82.70.CP. is

aforesaid statute. of TOMLINSON. ESQUIRE. Northeast corner of the Hall. 220 North Green The Commission Is ING. 1057 Sprlnghouie pending In the Circuit
Dated this 25th day Post Office Drawer 40. SW 1/4 of Section 26, L. KING Street, Marlanna vested with jurisdiction Drive, c/o Cambridge Court for Bradford County -
August, 1982, A.D., In .. Florida 32091. Florida Probate Division
Township 5 South Range. etc. Florida. over the rates and Station Apartments,
Bradford plypt. 5 and fn> the original with 22 East. Defendant. Council charges of the petitioner Apartment No. 94S-D. the address of
Florida. the Clerk. of the above- City which Is Bradford County
South
and together with: Chambers, Starke City by the provisions Columbia
8/26/ '
? styled court on or Stainless Steel NOTICE OF SALE Hall. 209 North 01 Chapter 364 Carolina 29210. Courthouse, Post Office
!.e .t-t. "' ,
Drawer B, Stark.,
before 14 October, 1982. Freezer/Cooler; Electric Street Florida Statutes, and
,
IN THE COUN ,i, ? Otherwise a judgementshall and/or Gas Broiler; Notice Is hereby Starke Thompson, Florida.T Chapter :254. FloridaAdmlnl.tratlv. YOU ARE HEREBY Florida 32091. The
COURT OFBRADFORD be entered againstyou Miscellaneous Shelving; given that pursuant to h. of thesehearings Code. NOTIFIED that an action names and addresses of
COUNTY for the relief Griddle; Stainless Steel the Final Judgement of purpose is to give TRAFFIC REVI. for Dissolution of Marriage the Personal Representative -
CASE NO. 82. 08-SP demanded In the Pell'\ filed and the PersonalRepresentative's
Salad Prep.; Hood; Fir. Foreclosure and Sole members of the public SIONS has been
tlon.WITNESS Extinguisher System; Hot entered In the cause who are subscribers of Although the Countyhas against you and you are at
US LIFE CREDIT my hand Food Table; Plastic Dish pending In the Circuit telephone' service proposed certain required to serve a copy
. CORPORATION.Plaintiff and seal 1 of said court on Containers:.Dish Rocks; Court of the Eighth from Continental revisions to Its exIsting of your written defenses.
, the 8th day of Vegetable Sllcer; Sllcers; Judicial Circuit, in and Telephone Companywho tariffs In orderto if any to it, on the plaintiffs
. vs September, 1982.: Mixers; Stainless SteelWork for Bradford County wish to present generate the additional attorney whose
IZELL MONTGOMERYAND GILBERT S. BROWN Tables; Can Florida. Civil Action No. testimony on the revenues, the name and address I.Dudl.V is

2ELLOUISE Clerk Circuit Court Op.ner: Safe; Heat 82-228-CA the under.signed quality of service, as Commission Is not P. Hardy P.A., P. 'ERAT
MONTGOMERY. By Beulah Moody Lamp.; Ice Machines: Clerk will sell the well as the' proposedrate bound by such proposal O. Drawer 1030 Stark.

. "Defendants, Deputy Clerk 2Comp. Sinks; property situated In said Increase, the opportunity and will give Florida 32091, and file FAU1.KNEREALTY
.. .. .... .
Air- described the original with the
Dishwasher; County as: to do so at consideration to op-
NOTICE OF 9/091tchg 9/30 Conditioning Equipment; The West 84.58
above times and
. the
r. SHERIFFS SALE t. !. tt t. .e. S eele Walk-In '_'Freezer; feet of Lot 3 and the East places. aui.

*' IN THE CIRCUIT COURTIN Convection Oven; 34.23 feet of lot 4, Block HEARING FLORI AND REALTY 964-506S [g
NOTICE is HEREBY"GIVEN AND FOR Waltres, Station; Tables; B. of a REPIAT OF PART

that I. Dolph E. BRADFORD COUNTY, Chairs; Booths: Salad OF MT. PLEASANT ON
reddish, Sheriff of BrodTord FLORIDACASE and Display Cases; SILVER LAKE, as per plat 964.7700 err c.tQe.

County, Florida Microwave Oven: Drink thereof recorded In Plot J19m 393 N. Temple Ave.. Starke
lender and by virtue of a NO. 82-98 CA Dispensers: Gift Shop Book 3. Page 20 of the Verne P. Odom Broker GRI
Writ of Execution Floats' and Displays; public records of Bradford REAL SSTATE.Ortd2 121 Lafayette St.Acre.from Wishbone
J. D. Odom Jr. Associate 964-5476, Eve.
heretofore Issued out of HORNES INTERNATIONAL Cash' Register County, Florida.at OFFICE HOURS

the Court, above-entitled In the above- Florida, INC..Corporation: Wares Miscellaneous; 51.,... Small public sale, to the / pJifJ ilJ WE NEED LISTINGSON Mondoy.Frld.y9-S S.hrrday9.12noen

styled' cause, have leviedEthe at public sale, to the highest and best bidder
following pro- Plaintiff highest and best bidder for cash at 11:00 o'clock Our sales associates LAND AND HOMES .3 Yr. Old Wood frame with stucco h..... en eeved

., lying and AGUILO.t VS for cash at the front A.M. on the 29th day of (know where to look for OLDER 2-STORY home in need of repairs, hlghwey. Acreage some mertgege, .pttll._.. and
Bradford County SERGIO door of the Bradford September 1982. at the Investment opportunities owner will hold mortgage. many extras.Make .
Florida, to-wlt. Defendants County Courthouse In front door of the Bradford here In town or aO over the BUILDING LOT on Pratt St. 100'xllS' Offer en this 9 .., 1'% Nth "kerne with
Stark., Florida at 11:00 County Courthouse country. And we have the LOT IN HIGHRIDGB ESTATES in Keystone. I ...u...."'. VA mortgage.
; of NOTICE OF SALE o'clock A.M. October Stork. Florida. experience to help you get 100'xlW. .Commercial Building end Duplex.. Priced right withgeed
on
2. 3 ond 6 flnanctntf at terms you can WOODEN BUILDING nice size lot .
Llols .GILBERT S. BROWN on some terms.Joins
North Reno S/D NOTICE IS HEREBY 4, 1982. afford Ten us your objee/ work. Nice home. .. .
GILBERT S. aUK OF THE Country Ctub-lt acres lots .. .. ..... Only
BROWNCIERK
Section 21, Township 6, GIVEN THAT pursuantto OF THC CIRCUIT COURT ttvej-we 0 help find them FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One of Starke's $33.000 with.., ...._.

Range 22. Stake Brad en Order of Final CIRCUIT COURTi By: Beuloh Moody for you. landmark homes 436 No. Walnut St. .Only te.500-Meblfe home ea ene ecre. Tarp

ff rd County, Florida. Judgement ef_ i BY: Beufah Moody Deputy Clerk CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom, 2 bath well ...........
foreclosure entered In Clerk built older home: Has nice yard. .Beeuttfvl 4 M. 2 BA brick ...... en If ecree. Terme
as the property of the the obove-captloned action Deputy SWANN AND HANCOCK 2I.NltGHaOlHOOD e 131 ACRE FARM: Four'chicken houses, 3,000

above-named. Defen.pants I. will sell the property Edger jr. PA ft:road frontage on US-301. Houses end Apertmenls Per Reef
and mot on the27th situated In Bradlord Alan C.W.Jensen McCurry. 600 Courtlond Street'Orlando 1M., .. U ACRE to Hi ACRE LOT: Priced to sell. Property MenegememServicesApereWe
PIIOI'IIIT1U.
day of Septembers County. Florida Florida 32804 S2SOO to 13350. Terms. $500.00 down paymentsfor .
1982.- Monday. at 1:00: 2626 Independent, ........
described as: 5 yes at 12". .
Attorneys for Plaintiff9091tchg930 Susan M.PeuDnterftfAUORteJtOtSIrene
p.m. on sold day on the Port of the NE "4 of ,Square (95/)96/-8251 25 ACRES: With US-301 frontage. ,
,Jacksonville Fl 32203 iaoaiunCTV 0 r.BuaorsuTu. 1. ....._. RIAlTOH-ASSOCIAT.944-et43
premises of the Bradford NE 1/4 ol SW 1/4.. Sec. e 9 ACRES: with 476 ft. on US-301.
County Sheriffs Office lion 26 Township S 904-354-2140 C! ,es2a_c.nwryatR..1 IS ACRES Ideal far of shade Lucille Spry-BKOKIl SALESMANV44S4MHerk J
for Plaintiff (.'.'.C..p-a,_ : building on. lots trees. WeRter, ASSOOATI 964-C9M
wilt offer for sal. and South. Range 22 East .Attorneys _Equal Hauling OppoiluMlY d S J Good ........ ,
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lOth, 9th t Volleyball Opens Here

I -'TTc-IiJ ,. Bradford High School's ,Lddy\ Tornado -Still, with just 3 girls yet, coach
volleyball team opens jls 1982 Diggs isn't ready to throw in the
,, I season at home Monday night, Sept. towel."I .
; 20,hosting the Hawthorne Hornets fora feel like we should have the
j; I. best-of-3 girls volleyball.match. strength we had last year," she said.
Starting time Is 6 p.m. at the BHS The BITS girls won 5 and lost 7 in '81,
Set to 4 i ,,, ', gymnasium. after setting a school record for victories
li t b+,h'1 i N;,dl i y } ... '
'"1 ii : with an 11-7 season in 80. Mrs.
Av Tuesday night the Lady Tornadoes Diggs said the youth movement could
With the varsity \ play match number two against mean good things.
date Friday night the : I' k .<,' r" Suwannee County in Live Oak. "What I really like about this team
week is on the 9th and !"'::1'1"tWo\Wh', ):; '" '.' :'4'I IB they're young but all the 9th and
ball teams at BHS. ,'. 4r Coach Inez Diggs' squad is again,a loth graders are eager to learn.Theyall
young one,with just 3 seniors,and 2 of want to play.
The 10th graders those being first-year players 2 return The 9th graders are Valerie Mc-
on the road Thursday 1 ? ning juniors,8 new sophomores and 2 Cloud and Connie Carter.Sophomoresout
16, with a 4:30: t ninth graders up from the middle. are Malda Delestre, Jill DeSue,
t
Gainesville Eastside tr F school round out the roster. Samantha Harmon,Cindy Strickland,
Field in Gainesville I Wendy McDougald, Shannon
Senior Lorrain Bass a 4-year
graders host Keystone .4 player, and 3rd-year junior Vonda Grimsley, Charlene Rigby.; and Lisa
at BUS Tuesday night Williams. New Linda Schoen-
junior
Kay Hall are the 2 starters back with
p.m. 4 gone.The only other player with any ing will practice with the team and be
is Pat manager this year. New seniors are
Both teams are volleyball experience junior
Stevens (head ) Slocum, who played very little as a Angela Harris and Christy
Prevail Bill sophomore. Strickland.
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Tetstone.Joining the 10th

day's varsity game sophomores-in To The People of Bradford Co.THANKS .
Francis, Oliver Tyson,
ton, and Mike Early. "

l Others on the JV are:
Gordon Smith, r
Robert Spitze, Tim forEveryone
Samons, Robbie l
Bellamy, Barry Who
Brown, Jamie "'
Goodowns, Matt i14L'Pl Supported me in
,, Wright, Richard 1
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ner, Frank Sheffield, tN the recent election
Andy Nguyen, Jim
Duffy, Tony King,
I Craig Falsteaux,
Richard Orton, Tony (6:00)I Makes Perfect... These BUS Girls Hope... Leslie
Jones, and Kerry Hall. four Lady Tornado volleyball players went They are from left, Wendy McDougald setting the is urrp ; Whitehead
'setting drill at practice Tuesday afternoon. ball, Jill DeSue, Pat Slocum, and Maids Delestre + j V
The 9th graders k '
representing Bradford i$ + ro trot aovd
gridiron for the first
\ day are: Williams Makes State Gymnastics,,
Russell Smith, Todd
Parliment, Keith Jill Williams of Starke loves gymnastics. And she's good at it..
Randy Thompson, 9-year-old, a 4th grader at Starke Elementary School showed how BillCrant'
Wesley Thomas, Irving is and could be by qualifying for the Class 4 state meet in the United
Watterson Keith
Gymnastics Federation USGF) Judges gave Jill a total of 32.15
Jackson Russell Danny Stefan in a local qualifying meet at Lakeland last Saturday, good enough for
advance to the state meet, to be held at Jacksonville University in
Cribbs, Scott Anders, ::
Aaron Mathews, .
Wendell Shanks, Daniel has been taking gymnastics classes at Brown's gymnastics classes for
nie Hamilton, Drew a year and a half. That takes a little sacrifice on the part of her
Crawford, Ricky Lamar and Josey Williams- who have to get her over to
Cramer, Andrew 3 days a week now after school. z

Holmes Loiacono, ,Shaun Carlton has it in her blood, she just loves it," Mrs." Williams said. "She has wants to thank the Bradford
Barber, Jeffery bar at the house and practices on it.
Polk, Kelly Bigham, > 1. r .L r
v county voters..
Mike Chappell. I r C Compliance Agreement 1 "

matter of: |
"Thank you 'for'your \
Sports OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING _:
Thurtriay. AND vote and support In '
iPt'4:: : i
BHS JV football at : <
Bradford County, Florida the senate race. I will ,
Callahan at Bradford s.wd.y Pop$.p'$ Acct# 10-1-004-004 ((001)) .. '.
i BHS frost country at I *********** _,u ,' Golf club at
I i championship
i, a 1 ..**.. *r.;-' ( ) Noncpmpliance Jth Section 122a) of the State and again on October" .BTtt.:
Monday.Opt,20 Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972, as amended I'I
Hawthorne at BHS girls : ) RAf
a Tv..".".Sept.21Keystone an admission of any violations, the County of '
at BHS Thursday freshman,Sept.2J: : ) I agreement., Florida agrees to comply with the stipulation in 'I .

1 6i BHS cross country at Palalka( FLORIDA SENATE
GHS at BHS JV football(7-00))
BHS girls volleyball at CHS( : ,
DEMOCRATIDISTRICT/ 5
of this Agreement is on file in the Clerk of Court Ofjj porotaov
,.
.1"" $.pr.14
BHS varsity football at Palatka( ::
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Notice of Federal Revenue ,Sharing

,1 M'/Si. >

would like to take this opportunity to Final Budget Hearing ; ,r'IQ' ,ifJloa,nod unobsnThe )Hod fta

:14 )lEi"q) ( I

each of you for your support and City of Starke has ten'tativey"2mfO''

in the first primary." for Federal ? 1
budget Revenue Shay iYYfoitfisc

I year 1982-83. A public hearing, tx make a FIN

have shown that issues and past per- DECISION on the Federal Revenue'Sharingjjujjgt

have been considered and that will be held on September 21, 1982 inijthj\ is-
IK"I
i// are ready for a CHANGE. With your con- sion Room at City Hall. t..

I support and vote on October 5th. R'"t.

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make that
can change.

f '' NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING"The

I
Reddish will take an indepth look at
City .of Brooker has tentatively adopted

issues presented to the Board and make budget for 1982-83. A public hearing to make a ,

his evaluation based on the best interest of FINAL DECISION on the budget. AND TAXES

I education in: Bradford county. will be held on Tuesday, September' 1982 at

7:30: p.m. at City Hall., f



1, Help Make A Difference




vote and Elect "N'OTI"CE'OF BUDGET HEARING



The'City of. Hampton has, tentatively adopted

f budget for 1982-83. A public hearing. to make a

; II Maxie Reddish FINAL DECISION. the budget; AND TAXES

'will 'be held on Tuesday, September: 21': '1982 at

J School Board District 2 7:30. p.m.: at. City Hall. ;

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September UI. 1982 TELEGRAPH Page UA

SG&CC Golf ChampionshipsSet.


,': "Keep Your Bat Out" r a';' F wyi Weather Permitting

Starke Dixie Youth baseball
; coach Jerry Wilson Instructs If the rain stays away the Starke Golf and Country Club will be holding its
Kevin Wimpy on bat control once delayed annual club golf championships this weekend, Saturday and
while other players watch during Sunday, Sept. 1819.
Tuesday night' Major League The tournament was rained out last month and moved back to this
clinic at Pratt St balirield. weekend,with the schedule calling for 18 holes Saturday and 18 more Sundayfor
Wilson and Edward Akrldge the golfers in various flights.
worked with a dozen boys In the Club pro Herb Herres said the course is In pretty good shape and drying upa
,, major league age bracket (11.12) bit after a couple of days without rain. Now he just needs some golfers he
Tuesday night and the clinics will says, as interest in the tournament dipped after the rainout.

continue every second and last Here's a list of some other events scheduled at the Starke Golf & Country
Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m.as
long as Interest holds Club.Sunday
Akrldge called up. I Sept. 26A Jr. putting and chipping championship will be held
has the group that I II starting at 1:30 p.m. with a match play format in both divisions.Entry fee is
been
I coming out for the Instruction sevi *2.

'I'm excited"fantastic.about" "em." he I Sunday, Oct. 17.... A backward tournament is set as the name suggests
,, added. "Most of these boys I golfers w'play the course in reverse, from the 9th hole to 1.

weren't on the all star team last e Sunday, Oct. 24Scotch foursome tournament.
year but I believe we could take arcw''
'em and play with that all star
team from a year ago,"

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Haw 'bout that Gator Defense Buddy


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..Plus Softball, Golf BHS GALLON

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-'lJ :e- REG, $15,99SAVE'
Well,we said a couple of weeks ago that the Florida Gator defensive line,
;r including Bradford High School product Lawrence Patrick,could silence the Sports Editorthe Glidden's Most Durable
:: critics with strong performances against the vaunted offenses of!Miami and ... t Flat House Paint
I j Southern Cal.. < ;. $6.00
:.. Boy did they I II w
;1 don't remember a time when the Florida defense has risen to the occasion idea of a 2-day girls high school tournament hosted by BUS in the spring:
Early plans are for a Friday-Saturday event, with 4.8 schools ,
represented
;: so many times as it did last week in the 17-9 victory against USC. To including state Inverness-Clturs... 91
;: drag themselves back on the field and halt a team as fabled as the mighty power
:: Trojans time and time again without crumpling proved the Gators defensive
:: mettle without doubt. ... It would be an understatement to say the Tornadoes were besides
:: That is some kind of defense. themselves after the winning field goal fell through in overtime against Mac- GALL.ONREG 519,99

r It appears that the inexperienced players, the Tim Newton's,'the liar- clenny last Friday. ,
Roy '
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Junior guard Wayne Cribbs was walking amongst the BUS fans in a semi- SAVE'8.00ou
ris', and the Lawrence Patrick's his
: yes ( game resume is still short despite "
daze "thanks for and
saying, coming out supporting us, thanks alot.
:: the fact he's a senior) have been .
pulled along by the Wilbur Marshall's, Fer- a u. MMI vt in uu mm.it numiGliddcn
;:t nando Jackson's and Tony Lilly's to a level far above expectations. The ... Two closing notes on the high schools: 1) Tornado football foe Alachua
=:: their young expected guys have superhuman played over efforts.their heads while stars like Marshall are giving Santa Fe is talking about dropping back down to class 2A after this year. 2) 's Best
Out in the panhandle at Nlceville. at Ocala, and in other Florida locales
a
;: If Florida ever rids itself of its offensive inconsistencies
it could be"watch Calling Paint
new version of the preseason jamboree was tested and got a good receptionfrom
:: out world, here comes the Gators. And Florida fans now that even ifflerschell $
fans.
coaches, players and Instead of playing 2
separate quarters 9 9Gallon
:: is out of this world the Bulldogs aren't...
.- against different teams as is customary,teams played a full half against the
= same opponent, then let two others take their turn.All comments I ve heard
.; ... I've tried to closely watch Lawrence Patrick in the first two Gator
was that coaches and fans felt more like they were involved in a real football
games and have been impressed with his improvement. game...
::: He's backing up Marshall and Val Brown on the other side and played 3 '
;$ series' in the Miami game and 4 or 5 last week against USC.The Gators staff ... In his latest newsletter Starke.Golf and County Club golf association
.;:: also seems to be spot-using him on specialty teams every so often and he's president Ralph Bryan has made a call for enthusiasm and participation
::: still a terror on kick coverage. from. golfing members of the club and says a new tournament committee of Reg. $15.99
: From scrimmage he's no dominating end/linebacker like Marshall (who
AI Coston, Grover Howard and Bill Adams is hard at it planning a calendarof
kyjbut he gets the job done and seems particularly effective making his ., golfing events for the club... SAVE $9.00
i=::! drop and then.coming. up hard to play. short, passes., ;.' ,';dtJ J>t i t r i ,,.. .{- "r -
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: : Jerry's Catering Wins 'Super' National Championship... n -

.e 6-7,270-pound Softball masher Bruce Meade pounded 12 home runs and hit UpPass I
:41 .667 as Miami's Jerry's Catering won the national 'Super' Slowpitch championship -
::7: before a title game crowd of over 5,000 Labor Day weekend in North Yardage... Western Auto Associate Storeriaw.e.ua"ei
:i Carolina. u.16a11
:::i I Jerry's, a nemesis of Green Machine for years, cae out of the loser's Receiver Blaine Dyal tries to

:; bracket to beat top-ranked Howard's Furniture in its own Carolina backyard slide off a tackler after makingone .. . .. ,
of In the Baker "
;_, 26-11 and 10-8 for the crown... his 3 catches . .. '
County game.

'w> ... It's'been pointed out to me that I seem to be good at hyping ex-Florida J I
Lady Gator Softball players when they play for a local team or in an area
tournament but I don't mention the ex-FSU athletes.
Like Gayle Lee, the BHS girls Softball coach for instance. Gayle played
both softball and golf at FSU and she said the Lady 'Noles. who have been

stay national there.collegiate champs' a in. ,slowpitch., >*, beat Florida 20 out of 21 during her FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17th 6 p.m.

I plead guilty on all counts..

li' rrr.Stil)speaking of slowpitch and coach Lee.she has on the drawing board kL1J: Meet


13 era; Involved Interested in Kids RON MCNEIL


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i**>, Keep that in mind when you vote Oct. 5 r :

Pat has no other Job; she's a full-time School Board Member. --- i /1



I Pat, voted against the new Insurance policy school employees _

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don't like., .

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Pat Is a voice for the Bradford school Board, on the District and C .

state levels. .,
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t"f Ron McNeil speaks outPlace
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iPat has never refused a request for textbooks In her,8 years on : Bradford County Fairgrounds for a better America ...

I School Board. 1 "We need a Congressman who votes
the for what Is right for America and our
Time: Dinner and Music Begin at 6:00: P.M. next generation rather than voting for
. t4 what's convenient for his next
Pat ran her own business In Starke for 12 years. The former t, FREE Come out for a good time election"

!: credit Bureau of Starke. great food and singing. "We must make certain the Federal
Government spends the money it takes
; For information call
more : fromusintaxeaascarefullyaawehave
::t' 'J ,"
what
to spend we have left
; 864-8050 or 964-8827
Pat worked as an aide In the Middle ,School. She knows the

school system from Inside and outside. RON MCNEIL tCI/iI! Families"It's time, and the the Farmers TAXPAYERS and Small'Our

v. Businessmen are represented In

Pat works hard, finds the answers. FOR DDIItrencepis CONGRESS Government
The LEADERSHIP "I not only want A safety net under
the poor and elderly, I want a 'ladder to
"It's time we send a LEADER to Congress..One who care more about the next for
I opportunity those who can
Keep Her working, For YOU generation and the future of America than he does bouracnramodatlng Tip O'Neill or achieve. '

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agreement to coordinate agencies medical, including wheel chair and drew up the plan after inteno'lewing.all Merritt Williams told the commissionit <. '
providing non-emergency stretcher cases, patients to the agencies involved. Is possible to do. Williams says .
r medical and bus services for the Gainesville five days per week, usinga Bradford County is in a little better most every fire insurance policy has a
public was signed Monday, Sept. 13, medi-van. position because it is the only county clause that the company will pay for a A:
by the Bradford County Commission. In which all the various transportation fire truck run. wtl
The agreement is supposed to cost Jones Funeral Home, which provides organizations will be allowed to >< ,
the county nothing, and the state transportation for convalescentand remain intact, said Marion Hart of Told fire spokesman Bill "
Department of Transportation will non-emergency, Including wheel the DOT.Is Crouse there is no good news to reporton ..
continue to provide support, Pete chair and stretcher cases, patients there any combining going on funding for the volunteer fire \
Croft of DOT told the commissioners, with trips to Clay County and Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. ask.. departments, that a meter fee is il-
f assuring them of future help. The Jacksonville each Monday and Fri- ed.No legal.
commissioner agreed to be named the day, but there is a lot of voluntary
coordinator-provider for Bradford coordination already being done Passed an ordinance establishing
County. The Bradford Association for Hart said. Croft said that Jones the Bradford County Library as an official
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d A new state law gave responsibility Retarded Citizens operates a vehicle Funeral Home and ,Archie Tanner agency of the county. Purpose is ; jlt'p
for seeing the various transportation inside the county five days a week to Funeral Home have agreed to work to make the library eligible for state
x" services receiving public monies to transport its clients to and from Sun- together.Sanderson. funds. '
haul disadvantaged patients or shine Acres. said the agreement the
clinets cooperate to save money, as county signed will cost nothing at all Said the county will mow the d
opposed to duplicating services, was The Bradford-Union Guidance now. It also has termination clauses private property being used at the
placed with the Department of Clinic which operates a used station where the county can get out of the Hampton Lake boat ramp, after the
Transportation. Croft has visited the wagon to Tuesday deal in 30 days or less if It sees the owner wrote the commission a letter. .
commission several times over the Thursday, and Friday. program isn't working out. Chairman Carter said the county's "
past year trying to get the county to upkeep of the property is part of the iWm'i % .r.:'
agree to coordinate the four transpor- Idea is to combine agencies or have In other action Sept. 13, the com- agreement with the property owner. "
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dollars going to pay for the services. -Agreed the county will not mow Teacher and Pupil...
The four transportation agencies The plan for Bradford County is to Passed 4-1 a flood plain manage- the sides of the road in the Keystone
." here, with transportation services allow all four current agencies to con- ment ordinance in support of the Airport, saying that is the problem of Veteran Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner, right, chats with his
budgets estimated at $93,205 are: tinue to operate but to ask them to counties along the Suwannee River. the city of Keystone Heights. If the high school agriculture teacher V.R. Ferguson during Conner's brief stopat
cooperate in not running duplicate The ordinance will have no effect in county cannot patrol or confiscate the Bradford courthouse on a campaign awing through North Florida.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home, routes, according to Croft and Marlie Bradford because the county Zoning marijuana in the airport, it cannot DuPont's Drew Reddish talks with Conner's campaign manager Glen ,--o'!.:.
which provides transportation for Sanderson of the North Florida Dept. already enforces flood plain maintain roads in the airport, commissioners Bishop in background. ;; : :
convalescent and non-emergency Regional Planning Council, which regulations, according to DirectorL.M. Carter and Hodges stated ;:::.r--::
Gaines. The ordinance effects : .
Conner Greets Friends.
Doyle Home-County ..' :
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tributaries. compactor for the garbage landfill to Warmly greeting his high school agriculture teacher V.R. Ferguson : ::
Rep. Williams and Drawdy compact the refuse and make the land and hugging his father,Leon Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle 'a>:..r
I' Was told by Zoning Director last longer but that the $38,000 for a Conner brought his re-election campaign through Bradford County on a :' ::5;: :.
Gaines the county should have a used machine will be hard to handlein swing through North Florida two weeks ago. .; :.*=
rough draft of a mining ordinance the 82-83 budget year.All the la-ge A dozen or so locals, all on a first name basis with Commissioner Con- ::: _'
Challenged to Media Debate from the attornies of the Santa Fe counties have compactors, says Com- ner, met the veteran politician and chatted with him in the hallway in the ;:::i:
Lake Dwellers Assoc. within the next missioner Carter, and one is probablyIn courthouse on N. Temple Avenue. :t:::e:
few days. Bradford's future somewhere Conner is letting the north-Florida counties know he won't be around\ ,.,.
Jack Mills, the candidate who plac- ty Telegraph, Clay County Crescent, "That's something we really wantto because of the limited amount of land much after this, but will have to be in south-Florida to campaign for re- :;':;:
\\ ed last in the first primary race for St.Augustine Record, and the Clay look at closely," said Gaines, who the state Dept. of Environmental election. Conner had no Democratic primary opposition but faces
the District 21 Florida House seat, Today. gave the information in answer to a Regulation will approve for landfill Republican Barbara Lindsey of Stuart in the Nov. 2 General Election. ;...
challenges the run-off candidates to a question on the status of the or- use, and the county will need to make There are more voters in some apartment complexes in Miami than in :::;=
public debate on the issues."I Milk Distribution dinance from Commissioner the land available go as far as possi- all of Bradford County, Conner points out.
am concerned about the moral Lawrence Mosley. ble. Conner's political career began when he was attending Bradford High '
I character, integrity and effectiveness Applications Available School and was elected state FFA president, then national FFA presi -j"'.
I i of the candidates," Mills says. Was told there were 5 structuraland Approved the Zoning Board's dent. He was elected to the Florida House of Representatives at 21 in 1950
"Frank Williams and "Lee Drawdy Suwannee River Economic Council, 3 vehicle fires during July on pro- recommendation to reclassify from while still in college at the University of Florida. At 28 in 1958 he was the :.
,, owe us a public debate. Inc. will begin distributing USDA perty valued at $73,000 of which OR, open rural, to CI, intensive com- youngest speaker of the Florida House.Conner served as chairman of the :- ';
According to Mills, an objective donated Dry Milk Monday, Sept. 20, $32,000 was lost. Chairman Carter mercial, 5 acres one mile north of House Agriculture Committee and Rules Committee.
panel would be composed of a 1982, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00: p.m., at asked Bill Crouse, the spokesmanfrom Lawtey on US-301 for Ron C. Davis, Conner succeeded former long-time ag commissioner Nathan Mayo in ji a R
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member from each of the following Community Outreach Center the fire council, to see if he can who is selling the land to a person who 1960 as Florida'a Commissioner of Agriculture, achieving his life-long '.-
newspapers: Florida Times-Union or located at the Old RJE School collect for a fire run from an in- plans to establish a new and used ambition. He has served as president of both the Southern and National _
Jacksonville Journal, Bradford Coun- Building, 1080 North Pine Street. of of and the first 1- : :'
surance company, as insurance agent truck sales business.. Associations State Departments Agriculture was president .
and co-founder of the South United States Trade Association. :


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Elizabeth Terry Earl Teston, brother Mike, and sister On Saturday, Sept. 4, the Gospel a Friday dinner guest of his mother, through Georgia, Alabama, visited their mother, Mrs. Carl
Phone 782-3300 Nancy along with other relatives. Music Park had over 500 people for Mrs. Thelma Prevatt and his cousin, Mississippi and Arkansas. They Prevatt in Wednesday.Mr. .
Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Jean- the Gospel singing. They served Mrs. Rickie Norman. visited Loretta Lynn's home, Hurricane and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: nette Hamilton spent Friday until chicken and rice pillau, baked beans, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Mills\ Tenn. It was very Interesting this weekend in Branford with their
Grace United Methodist Church Is Tuesday with Mrs. Geneva Reddingin bread, ice cold tea and cake. They Callahan were Tuesday dinner guestsof to view all the sights at the brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
in the process of being rewired at this Wildwood. also thank the volunteers who helpedout. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. Fair and Opry,Land. They returned Mrs. Gene Howell. _'
i time. We are having four ceiling fans Christina and Kindle Mobley of Some of the merchants in Starke Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter and babyof home on Wednesday and spent Mrs. Thelma Harris and Mr. and .
installed and our Fellowship Hall Starke, spent the weekend with their furnished door prizes for the lucky Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof Wednesday night in Atlanta, Ga. on Mrs. Buster Bennett visited their aunt -
wired' complete. We will soon be repainting grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank tickets which were drawn out of the their mother, Mrs. Lois Carter.: their way. Miss Lilla Stokes of Jacksonville on
our Sanctuary. We will be Camp and Bryan box. Mrs. Fred Moorespent, Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman visited Sunday and attended services with
happy to have all of this completed by Pastor and Mrs James Cowart and Mrs. Flossie Rosier and her Saturday with some of her family on Asheville, N.C. and Gatlinburg her .
Homecoming Sunday, OCt. 17. We family went 'fo St. Augustine Beach daughter, Mr*. Henry A. Carter. of Lake Ann near Hawthorne. Mrs.Seeb Tenn.,. Pigeon Ford, Tenn.,. and Mrs. Daisy Thompson_veiled her __
hope friends of United Methodist for Labor Day. Columbia, S.C. visited Mrs. Annie Andrews of Wildwood was a Saturday Cherokee, N.C. On their way home son' Gary Thompson in uainesville
Church will be able to attend and see Miss Linda Crider of Jacksonville Abstein at Micanopy' Saturday overnight guest of her mother, Mrs. they visited the World's Fair at Knox- and they visited her daughter-in-law,
all that has been done. spent the Labor Day weekend with afternoon. Fred Moore and attended services ville, Tenn. and stopped in Atlanta, Mrs. Linda Thompson in Alachua
I'KltSONALS: : Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. Mr and Mrs. Wendell Kelly andtheir with her on Sunday. arriving home on Friday, Sept. 10. General Hospital in Gainesville on
Mrs. Elinor Salters and her son, Mrs. Edna Pounder of Alabamaand daughter, Jenny, anb her two Darren McClellan of Vidalia, Ga, Mr.and Mrs. L. Harper of Starke Thursday.
Jeff,of Chilhowie,Va.; Robert Taylor Mrs. Lissie Starling of Jackson- children Danny and Jeffrey, of Lake spent the weekend with his grand-
of Hollywood, Fla. and Jimmy Hagaof ville spent some time with her Worth spent from Wednesday until parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mc-
Miami spent the Labor Day daughter, Mrs. Elsie Norman. Saturday of this week with their Clellan and attended the ball game in -s.a-I Sat., Sept.. 18
weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Carter of Columbia, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Gainesville on Saturday. He returned e '
Mrs. Jim Haga and family. The S.C. spent Labor Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins and home on Sunday so that he could be 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
Salters spent Saturday until Wednesday her mother, Mrs. Flossie Rosier. family of Tampa, and their mother, there to start' college Monday In t
Robert Taylor spent several Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were Mrs. Virginia Jenkins, of Hilliard, Savannah, Ga. unbelievable PricesMens
days with them. Friday overnight guests of their son were on their way to her home Friday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell went to
Friends of Mrs. O. J. Phillips regretto and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. night and stopped in Lawtey for a Jacksonville Friday night and spent GirlsLevis
learn that she is a patient in North Franklin Starling and family of short visit with their mother and the weekend (Labor Day) with their 1\0., ,,
Florida Regional Hospital in Bryceville.Mr. grandmother, Mrs. O. J. Anders. grandchildren while their parents Cords
Gainesville. Our prayers are with and Mrs. Keith Merchant of Henry Hodges, Hand and Sarah and Lieut and Mrs.David Kelly enjoyed a
her.Mr. Orange Park were Saturday dinner Timmy Dudding attended the Stock short vacation over the weekend.
and Mrs Ralph Wise spent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker Car Races in Darlington, S. C. on Mrs. Ola Starling and her grand- Star City MensBlouses
Thursday until Sunday enjoying the and family. Labor Day. daughter, Miss Rhonda Norman, .'
mountains of North Carolina.Pvt. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts spent the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitaker and Mrs. Earl Teston and her daughter, coats
Jerry Teston of Fort Rucker, Labor Day weekend with their family spent Labor Day weekend in Nancy, went Saturday morning to the '
Ala. was home Aug. 19 on a leave for brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Fernandina Beach.J. World's Fair and Opry Land in Knox-
ten days and visited his mother, Mrs. Mrs. G. C. Stanley of Crescent City. C.Prevatt, Jr. of Gainesville was ville and Nashville, Tenn. They went Lady Mavericks r


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Ooloresl\1rng September Birthdays Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 7:30: p.m for tional funds remaining.Mrs. .
.' Phone:46R1915I Sept. 1-Andy Hall was 6; Angela registration and uniform swap. Jean Clark proposed that the Marked 50 %
'r Truett was 10 Sept 2; Sept 4-Fred Parents should sign note forms and school construct a float to be used in
I Ii Senior Citizens Peeples was 9 and Dottie Roberts hada send in registration money at this the homecoming parade in Starke in offHitching
The Hampton Senior Citizens will birthday; Sept. 6-Donna Peepleswas time. October. Down rw
hold their meeting Friday,Sept. 17,at 11 and had a party; Sept.7-Cassie Hampton Elementary School Connie Clark, principal, introduced
2 p.m. in the City Hall. All interested Carter was 12; Sept. 9-Melissa Paynewas PTA Meeting teachers and aides present. Parents
persons are welcome! 14 and Terri Kennan was 11; Mrs were invited to visit classrooms and
Inger Campen, president,
local Girl Scouts Sept. 11-Tammy Rhoden; Sept. presided at the meeting of the cafeteria when they so desired.
Girl Scout Junior Troop 55 meets 13-Shawn Muse was 4; Laurel Sanfordwas ton PTA held in the school cafeteria Hamp The $10 award was won by the
. every Monday from 3 p.m. until 4:30: 5; Sept. 15-David Bridges was 10; Sept. 9.Mrs. kindergarten class for best represen- Post
at Hampton Elementary School.Faye Chris Truett was 5.Hampton. .Campen introduced other PTA Following rents at this meeting.
Lackey and Rita Guida lead this Lake officers: vice-president, Carolyn the meeting open house HWY 121 Worthlnoton Springs
troop. Their members enjoyed a tour Birthday Party Slater; secretary,Mindy McLean and was conducted in the classrooms: so
I of McDonald's in Starke on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng hosted a treasurer Jolene Friese. Mrs. Friese that parents could have the opportunity -
U Betsy Hersey and Linda Fisher are party on September 11 honoring their has again volunteered to serve as the of meeting teachers and seeing
leaders of the Brownie troop. They daughter, Amanda, who was two. Halloween Carnival chairman. work accomplished by their children
meet' at Hampton Elementary School Fruit punch and a decorated cake Highlights of carnival plans were so far this school year. Thanks
on Wednesdays from 3:00: until 4:00: made by her Grandmother Meng given. The date for the carnival is The next meeting is scheduled for
were served. Oct. 23 with the usual costume paradeand October 23.
p.m.The Cadet Troop meets on Among out of town guests attendingwere contest. Assembly Held
j l Thursdays at Victory Baptist Church Amanda's grandmother, Mrs. The raffle will be limited to Hampton Principal Connie Clark welcomedall
J from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Faye Dailey Willard Stinson and children, Elementary students. Prizes for students and teachers to an For Your SuI
I, and Andria Abrams .are the troop Melissa Pam and Michael of Mont- this will be determined lateen assembly on Friday. PTA president I I 1 ,I I ;
leaders. verde, Michael and Dana Meng of St. Instead of the adult raffle this year.. Inger Campen introduced Don Cookof
k Condolence Petersburg, Carolyn Hunter and spice products are being sold. The Perry who gave a presentation of
: Sincere sympathy Is extended to the children, Adam and Renee of is spice sets to be sold by parents of ----------,1 '
goal $1,400 which is be
profit, to us- I want to thank all of who
f family of Reverend Orville Brookins Keystone Heights.All ed for furnishing classrooms with a students for the benefit of the Halloween you
who died on Sunday at Bradford Carnival Carmol,Thornton a
4; TV for each room which does not
County Hospital. three Girl Scout troops will meet already have one. Playground equipment first.grader,assisted in the presentation. voted for me and ,all'those who
Hospitalized at the Hampton Elementary School will be bought with the'addiT;
; Mrs. Clarice Adkins underwent
heart surgery at North Florida worked hard on campaign for
Regional Hospital in Gainesville last my

Thursday. She Visitor Is in Room 329. the Florida State Senate. It is peoplelike

c Steve and Pauline Contois of Rhode

;, ,day Island with spent Mr.from and Thursday Mrs. Joe Contois to Sun- NOTICE OF BUDGET :HEARING you who make 'our political '

: and Jerry and Edward Green of

?' Chrissy Starke., and Their Tracy children had spent, Alicia several, system strong and our government '

weeks with relatives in the area and The City' of Lawtey has tentatively adopted a ...- .
i returned. home with them.
Among recent visitors of Mr. and make responsive to
to'
Mrs Cecil Mattheus were Mr. and budget for 1982-83. A public hearing a : I

9 .? West Mrs. Marcus Palm Beach Lanier. Ricky and Cindy Susan of, FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES i- ,community.- needs. "
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'*f dina Wilson Randy Beach,of and Waldo.Todd and:Mr.Langfqrd and Mrs.01 Fernan-Scott will ,be held on Monday, September: 20, 1982 at Nancle


Clearwater Mr, and spent Mrs. Robert the weekend Hagan with of 7:30: p.m. in City Hall. ., Crabb nraiaw

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I Originals Adds Gold and Glitter To Keystone's Downtowntemperature. I


receiving a special overall design
the class window of Diane Art and Craft show, Ulan won a second The baked impression, ferent "acids and with polishing award for her work.If .
By Linda Wharton Fava pane s goldsmith shop of original place in the Jewelry division. placed in a flask,is then put in the wheels, Diana said.the Miami area looking for a special gift for that
in
LIIM Staff Writer jewelry.A Judges found it hard to single out one caster. Gold or silver, whichever is While living special someone, stop in and see
Downtown Keystone appears to be relatively new-comer to the item of her custom designed jeweleryas used for that particular item, is then before coming to Keystone herself Heights in a Diana. If she doesn't have that
developing a new personality and with outoftheordinary the- business world in Keystone, but not a the winner, which is understan-\ melted by a torch and thrown by cen- Diana made Beach a name show for when she was perfect item for that perfect someone,
of several
addition Palm
quaint dable when view her intricate force in the flask. West make itl!
new-comer in her craft,Diana openedher you trifugal Arts after she'll
have Who in the
that joined Who's
shops named to
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with dif
and item
Diana's Originals gold and work design. "Then I finish the
the usual retail. stores along silversmith shop here just three mon- "This has been in my family for
Lawrence looks Blvd.If close, they will catch ths ago next door to the print shop. years," Diana said of the craft. "My
one During ,the Festival\ of the Lakes father Is an engraver and my brothera
glimpses of gold and glitter through stone cutter. I'm even teaching my.

..__..._._._ .- .... daughter pointing to the the craft small now desk," she in the added shop, r' i

,which her 10 year old daughter +tr ) ,
Heather, occupys on Saturdays and J I
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I l antique pedal sewing machine
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\ hand tooled gold chains, ornate and
simple rings and pendants.Her S'' Y i
e inventory includes a variety of ; i
\ rings, some ornate settings for
diamonds and emeralds and then
IIr others of simple but stunning designsas
fr that of a bird in flight or a small :to
I n.1a flower. She even has a.few rings for
the toes.
One interesting piece is a gold leaf,
made from a real leaf which Diana r
says she hasn't quite made up her _
mind what she will do with it.
"Maybe I'll make it into an earring.In _

California now, they are wearingtwo _
\ "r a small earrings and then one big -
one,"Diana said of the western style.If .
Diana doesn't have what the
customer wants, she will be happy to .Vy 11"'"
discuss the item with her client and F
come up with a custom design of his
or her choice."I .
can even cast a person's finger-
print," Diana said. "That makes a
nice grandmother's gift," she added.
: Prices of Diana's jewelry are basedon
design and the work involved, the
weight of the gold and the market
price of gold. r
Diana also works in silver, but gold
I L-w appears to be her choice.
h The gold and silversmith process --
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4 of the jewelry item,Diana explains. 10 year
,. It is then baked in the kiln at a high
u. learning trade early from her mother.fl' .

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) ,, ; : "Deathwork" will be movie soon

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i '.. \\i t\\\\\\\ .II At a news conference in Tampa-last said. tries. It tells the story of one day on

I. II Friday, Glenn R. Premru, president The producer said that the casting Death Row at Florida State Prison
\' and chairman of the board of Premru office was to open this week to start when four consecutive electrocutionswere
Productions, Inc. announced the try-outs for over 30 speaking parts. carried out. In the novel, the
::" *; i- "beginning of pre-production" on the "In addition, we will be holding a four who died were one woman and
'. "", Ii motion picture "Deathwork," basedon statewide talent search for the four three men, a black,a white man and a
L, ,<;,,, C ..W the best-selling novel by the late main characters who are sentenced to Cuban.
Mrs. R. P. McLendon, of Starke. film. All interested actors and agentsare related to him by his father
1ev The announcement was made at the asked to schedule an appointmentwith who was a senior prison official (for
::: opening of Premru's executive production the casting director, Penny over 20 years.
offices In Tampa and was at- O'Neil, by calling ;813-935-3773..
: r fI f/; '., ..' '.' tended by R. P. McLendon and a Casting for extras and stunt person-
i : / ., ," group of 150 company officials and nel will be announced later, Premru '\
; ; said.
.',' : .. .. .' I : representatives of the news media. J&lj'QW jyitqJri.7'1' : :
'' : "' Premru "We need to import
:';'': 1 acquired worldwide rightsto see no any per- .
; ,,:,:'\,:,\\I, ,,",N/I"'i"'j. ,. ": ,;, ''''J'I''!)' ""'' "' ../'.. .: ', .... 'r, the McLendon novel in 1980 and sonnel from other states for this ; ''riA'Ii'' "
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...;.., ,./."'.";.',"' >'f.W ,.,) \\11 f"\rr',1,\,; :: ,: ,.' ; ," .' was working with the author on the film," Premru said. "We believe ;. ':'. :,l-Jf5! :
":' '1 \? \\.i ''" ; :' ::'Ii''. .: development of a screenplay at the there is a wealth of talented and
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: '' ''''I: @ :, ; ;iN" '''I'i'l' time of McLendon's death from creative people in our state, and thatit
:,;,.,,1",:'"4:';" )' jIJ. .,;',J"I, ': ,'IIIIi"I,,,\ .".. i'':;:' ,''" .,. cancer last March. He said is time for independent companieslike
: ) >,';")6,"jl\: j>"Il' ,'' ", ,. .r/'i\\\ i$ ... "Deathwork" would be a$10 million ours to use Florida personnel to
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"."; ,, ;..,, <;\'"I'1'1"' production and will be filmed entirelyon insure the overall welfare of film production
: "''' ''' '',, ? i : ): "Actual location shooting in the Tampa is scheduled Bay area.to "Deathwork here."," originally publishedin Ii

; ;i\i&i\ : & .. ,'. ...' begin on or about January 17, depen- 1979 has been released in hard-
rjf i1i ; ., '.,, ding on the availability of the entire cover, paperback, and foreign
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l 'il\W\{ j ,, ) .. \ .)"','''.'',',.,'.''.',.. ," ,', '" '. cast and selected crew. Premru language coun-
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'i if, {;frIrf; i : ?? : SeaBrightMrs. to lona northwest Brookins.Florida Rev. Brookins at an early moved age Should you select carpet with

: (; .. .".. Jl lrt F NS. Cassie SeaBright,76,of Starke moving to Hampton in 1940. He was a jute backing, or rubber back-
.. ,. . ing? First, let's define the two
'' .:''.'''... ." .' ,. ,<"'". "" '" ..r1" died Sunday morning, Sept. 5, at the member of Dedan Baptist Church of
{ '\" \',"",. '\J' '",' ... Brooker where he served terms. Jute is a woven backing
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P. Bradford as pastorfor
Hospital following
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... ....,".. .. ''."..I',.,.q., ,./" ">, """ .; two He also at derived from fibrous
', ; ; brief illness. years. was pastor plants
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.,. .. '"" : ; \ Born and raised in Raiford, Mrs. Hope Baptist Church where he was native to India, and the Far
; : 'ifrj; : ; \l ; ; .. SeaBright moved to Bradford County ordained and also the pastor of Grace East. Rubber is a cushioned,
\ ; .. ) : many years ago, residing here since Baptist Church, Gadara Baptist and spongy carpet backing.
i ti\.i\iDi'. ;\ ; : } ::JIif.0: : ; that move. She was the widow of the Campville Baptist Church for short Rubber backed carpets do not

; :,. : '" I ,.... ., .. daughter late Rosier Edward Griffis.of the late SeaBright Samuel and and Lule the the periods Survivors Florida of time.Park include He Service was his retired for wife 12,years.from Mrs. backed require carpet padding needs, while a separate jute

'. 'i" Survivors include four sisters, Mrs. Fannie Brookins of Hampton; three pad underneath. However, the
Frances Griffis of Lake Butler, Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Yvonne Hodges and I cost of rubber backed carpetsand
Rosa Griffis of Raiford, Mrs. Martha Mrs. Linda Parmenter, both of the combined cost of jute
Beaver of Fort Dodge, Iowa,and Mrs. Hampton Lake, and Mrs.Martha Sue and pad will likely be quite
Lula Bell Terrell of Starke; two Benesh of Gainesville: two sons, Rev. close in the same quality of
brothers, Hubert Griffis of Raiford Rex Brookins of Adel,, Ga. and Ray goods.So .
'. and Harvey Griffis of Starke. Brookins of Greenville, Tenn.; one it's really' up to the In-
Services were held Wednesday, brother, Thomas O. Brookins of dividual
: Old Sparky... Sept. 8, at Pine Groves Methodist Newburn, N.C.; three sisters, Mrs. customer. We have
with Rev. David Orene Snell of Montgomery, Ala., carpets with Jute backing and
Church at Raiford
I j don novel, "Deathwork," which he announced will be
with rubber
Mrs. Hazel .Givens of Ala., and Mrs. backing. Take your
Producer Burial in Pine
Glenn
Premru Is pictured In the electric chair Hodges officiating. was
Into
made In
motion filmed
to be the Bay
a picture Tampa. Look
: at Florida Stale Prison with a copy of the James McLen- Grove Cemetery with Archie Tanner Mildred Kirkland of Slocomb,Ala.; 17 pick. over our vast selec-
area.
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of grandchildren and eight great- tion at your earliest opportunity. -

I Tomlinson discusses Bank arrangements.Rev. grandchildren.Services were conducted at 11 a.m. .

plansJ. Orville BrookinsRev. Tuesday morning, Sept. 14, at Dedan Teal Tile
Baptist Church with Rev. Lacy Con-
E. Tomlinson, president of the "The variety of mortgages and 95% Tomlinson also stated that the program way and Rev. John Hendry of-
Florida Bank at Starke, along with financing on FHA& Conventional and is ready at Florida Bank at Orville Brookins, 77, of Hampton ficiating. Burial was in Dedan & Carpet
local realtors, builders and attorneys 100. financing on VA means they Starke. Now the customers will not died Sunday morning,Sept. 12, at Cemetery with Archie Tanner
from Starke, Keystone and Lake have something for everyone," said have to leave the area to apply or the Bradford County Hospital followIng Funeral Home of Starke in charge of 131 N. Cherry St
Butler, met at a dinner meeting Dewight Hurst, representative of close the loan as has been the case in an extended illness. arrangements. Starke, Florida
Wednesday, Sept. 8, in Western Steer Charter Mortgage. Hurst also pointedout the past. Born and raised in Houston County,
Steakhouse discuss to the 85 that with the Alabama, Rev. Brookins was the son 964-7423
to plans to be offered present new Most attending the meeting agreed
by the Florida Bank. VA entitlements most Veterans have that this was just what Starke neededto of the late William Thomas and Ella
Termed "A Shot In The Arm" by some entitlement left that they can give the sagging housing industrythe
Tomlinson, the group gathered to use to purchase a home. help it needs to keep Stark growing
discuss some good news which came- ->" .T .I-1 fTf t[
about from the mergerof Charter .
Mortgage Co. and Florida National
Banks of Florida, Inc. giving Florida Starke Family Planning Clinic
Bank at Starke the ability to offer 30
year mortgages to the local community. Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied
EK.END
This plan is something,they have ) L Ll
not been aboe to offer before. They & VasectomiesNo Ii L 1 1o 1
can now offer all types of mortgages
including VA, FHA, Conventional, Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed. I
Wrap-Arounds and Owner-Financing.

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I '. Ron MeN eil ChallengesDon Indian Summer Art Show Set Sept. 25 in Starke -l 1



Fuqua to Debate The Community> Action Club's 2nd Annual Indian Summer Arts and Crafts ",."".., :
Festival is just 2 weeks away.
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District 2 Congressional candidateRon Frankly, I would too if I had his Exhibits will be on display for public browsing and purchase from 10 a.m. y,
McNeil issued a challenge today record to try to defend." to 5 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the Bradford County Fairgrounds. Admission will be i r
to U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha, to One of the issues the voters need to free,full dinners and refreshments will be available,and CAC club membersare r"W" ,
I ,:,. debate the issues on as many occasions know about, McNeil pointed out, is the expecting a bigger and better show the second time around. Also, .if I'
I ,?>,. as possible between now and the fact that per capita income in the Second Gainesville's folksinging couple, Dale and Linda Crider, will perform songs ','.",<' F. r1c
.1., .. November General election day. District is at a level ten years and tales about nature and folklore from noon to 2 p.m.
...pi McNeil, a Republican party can- behind neighboring districts One and
I t h,,, didate, making his challenge at the Three. "The families in North Florida The eats available include smoked chicken dinners,with a Vi chicken, bak-
I :':.. Florida Press Center, encouraged all suffer while their representative ed beans, cole slaw and rolls for $2.50, plus hamburgers, hot dogs, drinks,
clubs and organizations to call the of- devotes his attention to Cape etc. also on sale. w
.:. fices of the candidates to promote and Canaveral and special interests in Last year's inaugural show drew 50 exhibitors but the Community Action
sponsor the debates. other parts of the country. North Club expects to have over that, a minimum cf 60 exhibit booths this year.
": ,,,.. "The people of this district should Florida just doesn't have a represen- Most of the displays will be set up undercover in the Fair buildings but a )
have the opportunity to hear the viewpoints tative. That's a key issue in this limited number of outside spaces are also available by request. r .
of the candidates, and to learnn camapign. That's why we need 44 artists (47 spaces) are presently entered and entry pictures of the new
of the major differences that exist," debates, so the people can find out the material promises some extra treats for buyers and viewers.
McNeil said. truth." Artists from all over the northern half of Florida and south Georgia have
!;' "It's sad to say," McNeil said, "but Traditionally, well' entrenched In- entered and local exhibitors include basketweaver George Ann Horton of
we fully expect the incumbent to run cumbents are reluctant to debate Starke,woodcarver Steve Hunter of Brooker,wood framer Al Sappenfield of \o '
: and hide from now 'til November 2. their challengers. Keystone Heights,porcelain and silk dollmaker Faye Crouse of Lawtey,and IAt ti i
'.!! .-'' Ermie and Jackie Jones of Jones Craft Shop in Starke. l
c;,:: :, $400 in cash prizes will be awarded at the show with the best of show win- fir,
'i : Supt. Richard ners in two categories 3-dimensional (wood work, needlework, ceramics, I lI
Dugger macrame,jewelry, pottery, basketry, stained glass, etc.) and 2-dimensional
I (paintings, oils, watercolers, sketches, photography, etc.receiving) $100
cash and a ribbon.In '
each category two $50 awards of distinction prizes will be passed out,
I Discusses Prisons plus 5 honorable mention ribbons in both 3-D and 2D. !
Entry cost was $15 before August 31 for both juried and non-juried exhibits fTlr
s r. and $20 after that date. Artists interested in entering should send 3
slides of photos of their work along with the entry fee for juried entries,and 1
; The Impact of four Department of more critical. lie said both com slide or photo with the entry fee for non-juried exhibits. 'Husband Wife Songsters Will Perform
Corrections units on the of munities should do some long-range Send all entries to: Indian Summer Arts Festival, P.O. Box 725, Starke,FL
economy Linda and Dale Crider of Gainesville will share their soft of natureat
Bradford and Union Counties, now planning to cope with the lack of housing 32091. songs
; and in the future, was discussed at the ,as well as the increasing load thatis Proceeds from the show will be used to fund the Club's community and the 2nd annual Indian Summer Arts & Crafts Festival here at the
Ii Starke Rotary Club last week by being placed on utilities, schools, youth projects in Bradford County. Fairgrounds! Saturday, Sept. 25.
i Richard Dugger, new superintendent and other services in Bradford and .
C of Florida State Prison. Union Counties. lie said the growing
S With a total payroll of $34,122,582 number of prison employees and their
annually, the four units, two located families would be a continuing burdenon Official Outlines Special Rules For Social Security I
S in Bradford and two in Union County, the tax base of both counties, .
employ 2,305 persons a 100 percent especially now that only approximately
i increase over the number the one-third of property owners
payroll ten Dugger on said. pay ad valorem taxes due to increased By A.Glenn Moore pie 72 years of age or older((70 beginning 1982, the monthly exempt amount is benefits payable depends on total un
I The DOC units years contribute ago to the local homestead exemption. District M-,Soc. Sec. in 1983)). $370 for those under 65 years of age, nual earnings.
A retired Social and $500 for 65 older. Additional information about I
economy in other including Dugger said that approximately 25 Security people or the el I
5 materials and services ways purchased, percent of prison employees com- Some people look forward to retire- beneficiary may still receive all The special monthly test applies on- feet of earnings on Social Security;
and the number of visitors and mute to their jobs, while only about ment; others dread it. Some welcomethe benefits if his or her earnings do not ly for tha first year a person has littleor payments can be obtained from any
families brought into the area, the six percent live on the reservationsdue idea of sleeping late and generally exceed the exempt amount. For 1982, no earnings for at least one month: Social Security office -
I .speaker said.Dugger to limited facilities. following a completely permissive this figure is $4,440 for individuals ,
stressed the continuing The annual budget of the four in schedule; others feel lost without under 65 years of age, and $6,000 for
shortage of housing which poses a big stitutions, as listed by Dugger, are: some structure in their daily lives. those 65 to 72. Should earnings exceed Mark L. Abramson M.D.
i problem to the growing number of Union Correctional, $16,805,634; For this latter group, part-time this annual amount,$1 is deducted for
employees at the four local units. Florida State Prison, $11,078,613; employment' is a possibility even for every $2 of earnings above the exempt UROLOGY
I.. There has been a shortage of rental Reception & Medical Centeer, those receiving Social Security retirement amount.
units in Starke and Lake Butler, and $13,381,346; and Lawtey Correctional, benefits. For those who retire in the middleof (Male & Female Kidney, Bladder & Prostate Problems)
: the problem continues to become $5,108,600. Since Social Security checks are a year, a special monthly rule ap-
:! meant to replace, in part, earningslost plies. Under this rule, beneficiariesmay Will Now Be Seeing Patients At
or reduced as a result of retire- receive a full benefit for any

II I Harold Hill Awarded thly ment payments, disability generally, or death are, the reducedif mon- exceed amount the in which monthly their exempt wages amount do not, Bradford Hospital every other Wednesday 8:30.11 am

earnings rise above a certain level. or they do not perform substantial Please see your physican for referral or call 964-6000
i Harold Hill, president of the Santa the National Wildlife Association, in However, this does not apply to peo services in self-employment. For
Fe Lake Dwellers Association, cooperation with Sears Roebuck.
:.t. received the State award for Land
i Conservation and Planning at a Guest speaker at the meeting was j
i special awards meeting of conservation Sen. Lawton Chiles who has Prices Good thru September 30th. 1982MthikPaints i
groups in West Palm Beach last spearheaded a drive to prevent
3. week. phosphate mining in the Osceola Na-
3 Hill won the award for organizing tional Forest. He also opposes peat !
group support for the conservation mining in the Santa Fe Swamp. Hill I
I and preservation of the Santa Fe made a slide presentation showingthe
S Swamp and other natural resources importance of the swamp as a ,
of the state. The award was made by wetlands. area contributing to the San- _
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S Highway-; .. Accident Leaves. Two Hurt I


Two neighbors on their way to work Pat Baldwin was hit on the head, was treated and released.
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I ,f i 1 ;a.4st and school collided in their vehicles, received several bad bruises on her
with one vehicle overturning sending arm and a broken right thumb. Kellie Passengers in the Watterson car
I Its occupants to the hospital. had a bad scrape on her left foot and were not injured. They were Mary
,> a Mary Ella Watterson of Starke was cuts on her right hand which required Louise, Marsha and Johnnie Watterson -
charged with violation of the right of stitches. and Sherri Gaskins.
way in the accident Sept. 9 on CU-225, Mary Ella Watterson received a hit Damage to the Oldsmobile was$4,000.
when she pulled into the path of a 1978 on the head, she was taken to Damage to the Toyota was $1,000, according -
Toyota which was southbound on Gainesville to a hospital where she to Sgt. W. H. Barber; .
CR-225. Watterson, driving' 1981
Oldsmobile had stopped at Freddie CARD OF THANKS I
Gaskins residence to pick up Sherri
for school. The driver of the Toyota,
Patricia A. Baldwin of Starke appliedher We the family of the late Mrs. Lula
brakes but struck the Oldsmobilein Words cannot adequately expressour Tyson Leonard gratefully express our
the left front. The Toyota overturned deep appreciation for the many appreciation for all acts of kindness
into the ditch. kind and sympathetic acts that cameto shown to us during our hours of
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Both Patricia Baldwin and her us at the time of our recent bereavement.We
r daughter Kellie, 14, were taken to bereavement. thank the Halle Funeral Home
Bradford County Hospital where they Merrill flees &Family for a complete dignified service. May
& were treated and released God bless each ofyou.Mack ,
F ewltii Leonard, and Family!


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serious Injury. Mary Ella Watterson, driver of the other but didn't cave all the way In. bereaved families through this time of sadness by making all
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Vehicles Lake
Several Butler
the roadway and slid sideways 0 e W'lit C. Jones Funeral Home
Wreck Due To Rain Accident
leaving the pavement and striking ,

several small bushes. David B.. Givens of Raiford was Starke Keystone Hgts.
Damage to the Mercury in the 4:15:
Michael Willliams of cited for failure to yield when enter. 964-6200 473-3176
Gregg 20 p.m. accident was$1,500,according to
Lawtey, driving a 1982 Ford pickup, Trooper D. C. Roberts. See Page Seven rtife'<:s'-iSr "1i&'giSiJ g&r __ __ .
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p.m. on Sept. 8 north of Lawtey when Nathan Dennis Thornton of Raifordwas 301 S. Mon-Wed 9-8 12.6 .
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slid and struck a guardrail, accor- the road and struck a palm tree Sept.
ding to Trooper B. A. Williams. 10.
Damage to the truck was $2,000 Damage'to the 1982 Chrysler driven Household Values!
by Thornton was $1,500, according to
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Cycle Accident struck a cycle, roadway and the cycle overturned
{ South Of KeystoneBrian Gorman, driving a 1(78!( Mercury, throwing the rider .
turned into SR-21 from a business Jacobs was transported to Putnam ,
r- FiMikNawMrs Dean Gorman of Keystone drive in front of a motorcycle driven Community Hospital.The .
Heights was cited for violation of by Mancel Eugene Jacobs. Jacobs, cycle and the vehicle did not
right of way In an accident Sept. 13 31, of Interlocken, driving a 1977 collide. Damage to the cycle Was$225,
Uzi ii .dNr l'V9 i south of Keystone when his vehicle Kawasaki motorcycle, ran off the according to Trooper W. M. Abrams.
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Butler highway Sept 14 in Lake was charged Sept.with Amy the Koby robbery-, 19, in Columbia County after authorities $5900 or 52" from. Startinga ,
Givens, driving a 1978 Dodge shooting of E. J. Dowling, Jr. of interrupted a large drug transaction.The .
pickup, was northbound on SR-121 Starke last July 8, i981.Dowling incident occurred at an Brass Motor .
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path of a southbound vehicle,an AMC his stable on US-301 when a white chief investigator Larry blades and 3 speed control
Ambassador. The vehicles collided. male ,wearing a stocking mask, pull-
ed robbed Daugherty.The four men were charged -
The Ambassador was driven by a gun him and then shot
Martha Waldron of Dowling in the right foot,according to with trafficking in more than 100
was transported to Union Hampton General, who Deputy John Dempsey.The pounds of marijuana and bond for 56" Liteweight Fan with 3-speed
Hospital. man took an undetermined each were set at$250,000,according to Brass Motor & Arms only 59.00
Daugherty.
Damage to amount of and fled the
the AMC was $500. money area.
seized 300 of baled
Damage to the pickup was$4,000, Koby was developed as a suspect Deputies pounds .
according marijuana, $90,000 in cash a pickup installations Starting at S15
to Trooper D. C. Roberts. shortly after the robbery and the
authorities' have been waiting his truck, a van, a Chrysler LeBaron
Rescue Run ReportThe vestigator return to Don Florida Denton., according to In- automobile Those arrested and three were pistols.: Victor York WE NOW HAVE HI-LINE FANS I

Rescue Unit operating out of Koby has been serving time in Nettles, 32, of Lake Butler; Clarence (For Mobile Homes & Houses) ,
,. Bradford County Hospital, for the Ohio's Department of Corrections for Lafayette Harper. 39, of Lake with 7'6" Ceilings
month of August have issued the a crime he committed there after July Geneva; Paul McDowell,36,of Orlando PHONE l
following run report. ; and Earl Emmitt Freeney, 39, of day
Total calls received during the 1981. High Springs. ,I';:pie; WIND & FIRE of FLORIDA 473-7194
month were 71. Of these 29 calls were McDowell posted bond early I fit..111-'p i *60 S. L..ence Blvd.
not transported, 42 were taken to Wednesday and was released from 10.N pm On Highway 21,Across Irom Fortune F.dr.l DUVAl
Bradford County Hospital and 13 were Briefs From The OfficeOf jail, Daughterly said. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA 3''' 30'. .
taken to another hospital. The State Bond was reduced to $180,000 at a "THE SAVINGS IS IN THE DRIVE"
Three calls were alcohol related, 14 AttorneySince hearing and Harper was released $119CLOSED
were automobile accidents with in- September 1 activity in the office after he posted a surety bond. Old Time Hunters e
jUd-et. and two 'were special of the state attorney at the Brad- Freeney and Nettles remain in the SUNDAY

Iness transports, oa .waea:-*tj;:yq Stabbing were and_due one.-tgJiL-was ._'-tJ'Jere..wel'ford County&.eJghteel1 Courthouse hew1tIdtvidU is as; follows;I''. "Columbia.fY.- County__ ">#Jail.-. .__ -_____. _, \-.. J, wN .rulraAa. Install.U/P DELIVER F...On Ord.r Pur<:h.,... J '
mental illness,* *" -? cases and/or felony defendants sent
Six calls were people with to the office for prosecution. Felony /T-fl
breathing problems four were car- informations were filed on 4 cases.
diac problems nine were injuries and The court or the state attorney ,
two were deaths. dismissed 7 cases. Six people were
Four of the calls were cancelledruns placed on probation and two were DRAWDYa
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according to Cliff Chapman, sentenced to serve time. One guilty
Director of Emergency Services. plea was accepted.
Nine felony cases are set for trial
the week of Sept. 20 or Sept. 27,accor-
Loose Tire.Strikes ding to Investigator Willy Clark.
:. UPS Truck Twenty-nine misdemeanor cases AiLX
were received and informations were Strbngy Effective Voice
tire from trailer off into
a came filed on 3 cases. Six prior cases were
the path of a small compact car which dismissed. Fifteen misdemeanorcases
the tire and knocked it into theaJir were placed on the trial calendar -
ck.and into a United Par el; $ervice ALEE

19Z3: Chevrolet dump truck was Seventeen new traffic criminalcases
frig a, low-boy trailer Sept. 7 were received during the first
( by the compact car and the 15 days of September.
1itruck( on US-3011.2 mile south of Seven new juvenile cases were
wteY ,The right rear tire of the received since the first of the month.
t e't"Uiarwas in tow came off. Petitions were filed on two cases and DRAWDY is AGAINST Gun Control !
Jamage, to the trailer was$100, the four cases were dismissed by the
d truck was..diven by Robert N court. One
imp state attorney or the
Lee Drawdy 100% right to and firearms and for
Trajionof,Lawtey.Damage Juvenile ton( two cases) was commit- supports your own use handguns

',I T(Te compact:! to car the left UPS the truck scene was,accor-$200. pleas ted to were HRS accepted by the court., Eight guilty hunting, collecting, and for the protection of yourself, your family, your home and

I'I'd Og to.. Trooper.B.I," A.Williams. your property. Lee Drawdy will never support legislation to limit this right.

Lee Drawdy is 100% against a waiting period and/or the registration of legitimate

firearms and regular handguns.

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LEE DRAWDY will PROTECT waters and fishing

The St. Johns River, lakes and streams in our area are one ot our most important


Meat Store natural resources in contributing to our quality of life. Lee Drawdy will fight to protect

105 Edwards Road, Starke .Across from Bradford Square the clean waters, fishing, and shrimping in our area.
Fresh LeanGround
Lee Drawdy opposes peat mining in the Santa Fe Swamp since it may adversely affect

Beef.lb.$1.29: water qualities in nearby lakes and streams.


Sliced Boiled Free Ham.h .99 LEE DRAWDY has, PROVEN Integrity .

On twelve occasions during eight years as a County Commissioner, a memorandum

USDA Chdce Boneless uZU8 was filed by Lee Drawdy to avoid the appearance of a conflict_ of interest. In each

Beef Stew..L, case, there was NO personal or financial gain and the county attorney advised that a

Batter Dip $ conflict of interest did NOT exist. ,
Fish FiUets..10ror 3.99
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.5th.bex$699 requirements of the law. Lee Drawdy has always and will continue to, serve you

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Florida's hunters will have a full slate of activities around the. state !

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Florida's 1982-B3! hunting season during the open season (alSo in these cluding management areas and that Boca Grande Pass east through March Bobwhite quail, gray squirrel Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun
begins September 1 with rail and areas on November 25.26. portion of the eastern Evergladessouth Bokeelia to the mainland; all open and fox squirrel seasons close. Gulf Franklin, Liberty, Gadaden,
gallinule seasons and will continue November 28-Second phase of mourning of the Tamiami Trail (U.S. waters of Tampa Bay; all open March l9--Sprlng season for bearded Wakulla, Leon and Jefferson.In .
through the spring turkey seashn. A dove and white-winged dove Highway 41 lying east of the waters of Sarasota Bay south to the turkeys or gobblers opens. the Northeast Region the coun-
special five-day duck season in last season closes. Everglades National Park); 'turkey Albee Road Bridge; all open waters of April 24-Spring season closes for ties are Taylor, Madison, Hamilton,
September and an either-sex deer day December S-First phase of duck and season closes; black bear season Lemon Bay; all open waters of Biscayne bearded turkeys or gobblers. Suwannee, Lafayette Dixie, Levy,
on January 9 are bonuses to sport coot season closes. closes In Baker and Columbia coun- Bay lying south of the Biscayne May 21-Crow season opens Saturdaysand Gilchrist, Columbia, Baker, Union
smen this year. December ll-Second phase of duck ties; wild hog season closes. National Monument to and including Sundays only through October 23. Bradford, Alachua, Clay, Duval andNassau.
"We encourage all hunters to be and coot season opens. In Leon County January 11- row season closes. Barnes Sound; all open waters of In. Rabbits may be taken throughoutthe .
certain to utilize safe hunting prac- and Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson January IS-Crow season opens for dian River south from State Road 316; year. The Central Region counties are St.
tices on their outings and conduct County, waterfowl hunting permittedonly Saturdays and Sundays through and all open waters of Estero Bay. Sportsmen are reminded to consult Johns, Putnam, Flagler, Marion,
themselves In a sportsmanlikefashion on Wednesdays, Saturdays and February 20. January 30-White-tailed deer season the Florida Hunting Handbook for Citrus, Sumter, Lake Volusia,
," said Col. Robert M. Brantly and December 23-24 January l7--Second phase of closes in the Northwest Region. complete re ulalions, permits, and Seminole, Orange, Osceola and
executive director of the Game December 30-31 and January 17; thirdphase statewide duck and coot season January 31-Special scaup (bluebill) license requirements. Also, regulations Brevard.
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. of mourning dove and white- closes. season closes for state wildlife managementareas The Everglades Region countiesare
lie said a true sportsman will be winged dove season opens. January 18-Special scaup (bluebill) FebruarySpecial muzzleloadinggun may differ. Sportsmen are ask Indian River, Okeechobee, St. \
considerate of fellow hunters and non- January 3-Third phase of mourningdove season begins In all open waters of and archery season opens in the ed to obtain the state Wildlife Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach, Hendry,
hunters alike, always displaying and white-winged dove season Charlotte Harbor from the Florida Northwest Region. Management Area Summary and Individual Collier, Broward, Monroe and Dade.In .
ethical conduct when hunting in closes. Power and Light line, four miles east February 6-Woodcock season closes. management area regulations the South Region, the countiesare
Florida's wilderness settings. January 9-White-tailed deer season of U.S. Highway 41 bridge on the February 20-Crow and snipe seasons and maps for details. Hernando Pasco Pinellas,
!:'Outdoorsmen in our state are fortunate closes in Central South Evergladesand Peace River, and from the El Jobean close; special muzzle-loading gun and The counties in the Northwest Hillsborough, Polk Manatee,
to have the wide range of Northeast regions; either sex Bridge (State Road 776) on the archery season in the Northwest Region are Escambia, Santa Rosa, Hardee, Highlands,Sarasota, Desoto,
wilderness settings and waterfowl deer day in all areas of the state, ex Myakka River to a line running from Region closes. Okaloosa Walton, Holmes, Charlotte Glades and Lee.
habitat that provide ample opportunity -
for sport hunting and which also
serve to enhance the food source of
thousands of Florida families," he
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
said.Here SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK
is the 1982-83 calendar as
released by the Commission:

Florida's 1982-83 Hunting KERO5U/

Season Calendar
.

September I-Rail (clapper king, Wl iHIHC, COMKMT TO INN I*1MCI ..
Virginia and sora) and Florida e 99.9% FUEL EFFICIENCY
(common) gallinule season opens.
September 18-Archery season opens e OPERATES FOR PENNIES AN HOUR THIS IS OUR 33rd ANNIVERSARY..TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION, WE'RE

hunting statewide.include Areas Broward closed to County archery; e NO SMOKE NO ODOR PORTABLE OFFERING GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ON ALMOST EVERYTHING IN THE

that portion of Dade County east of e BATTERY OPERATED IGNITION
STORE AND NURSERY..NOW THRU SATURDAY SEPT. 18 1982
Levee 28 and south of U.Y. Highway e ,
SAFETY TESTED UL LISTED
41: that portion of Palm Beach Coun-
ty south of State Road 80; and that Plus Free GiftS and PrizeS. Be sure to register everytimeYou
portion of Hendry County east of Levee 1 and Levee 2. The OMNI 15 come in..names will be drawn for Hourly Prize A larger: daily Prize
September 25-Special experimentalduck 8700 BTU's Heats for to
season opens.. 36 hrs on 1.7 gal. of kei up osene and The Grand Prize (A 119.95 Flowtron Bug Killer) To Be Awarded

September season 29 closes.- Special experimentalduck compact use it most anywhere Sat., Sept. 18, 1982 No purchase necessary to register 16 yrs old & older

October 2-First phase of mourningdove v
and white-winged dove season Reg.
opens. ; 69" 33
October statewide.Archery season closes OMNITS Sale 139 HOME PEST CONTROL Nursery Special

October 22-24-Muzzleloading gun y j| Products for Do-It-Yourselfers
The Director
season (statewide). -. Fall Vegetable
October 31-First phase of mourningdove 11,700 BTU's operates up to s

closes.and white-winged dove season 32 hrs on about 2 gals. of Holiday FoggersThe l' & Annual Plants

November 6--Crow season opens kerosene rotate head to Favorite Varieties
statewide; snipe season opens direct the heat where you most popular fogger..easy to /
statewide. .. kills roaches, fleas & 6
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want it.
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November g. Rail and gallinule
33 other exposed insects 2 for 1.4
season closes.November Reg. 22f9 TOMATO PLANTS
13--White-taiIed deer '289.95 6 os .lze 233 U 01 slz. 433
season opens throughout the state; 'O R.g.3.99 Reg 7.M .
season opens for gobblers or bearded All Other Models Sale Priced This Week Fruit & FloweringTree

turkeys in Alachua County and Hi-Kill or New HiKillBoth '
turkeys of either sex in remainder of Sale
the counties of the state; black bear are safe to use to control
season opens in Baker and Columbia most insect pests in the home8 Apple, Pear, DogwoodRed
counties; bobwhite quail season
opensgray; squirrel season opens; oz bottle makes a gal of spray ".5 ft. "7/9

fox squirrel season opens, except in ""'w"; HI KilL Bud Cant GrowntL /
Lee Hendry Palm Beach, Monroe, 733
Collier, Broward and Dade counties; (Baygon) Reg. 8.59 ,
, wild hog season opens where declared I I- NEW HI-KILL Composted
legal second phase of mourning -. 633 ,
game; :
1 dove and white-winged dove : : (Dursban) Reg. 7.29, : COW '
.. MANURED
d season open.. I. 'fhuds I .
Novemb ". 4--First phase of An organic 1.1.1 \noT iT.innt "f _
statewide uuck and coot season plant condition toll "J 3 3
opens. In Leon County and Lake Mic- i n.BUGWISERe. 40 Ib. Bag.. Reg. 2.99
cosukee in Jefferson County, waterfowl -
hunting permitted only on Hahn Green Leaf Florida Mix
"' Wednesdays Saturdays and Sundays sprayer .-

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3 FSP Guards Rider 2 Gal. Galvanized tank sprayer ).,. Contains Perlite and Sterilized

I Fired For BrutalityThree Mower brass pump & wand Saf-T-Lok pump 1rt -1 Florida P.at- Highly organic
11 I Roto valve Roto
spray tip. Bushel Bag
8 HP 30fCut Elec Start;
. Florida State Prison correctional r.-
officers were fired from their Reg. $1375.00 A Reg. 42.99 OC33 :: R.g.3,79 O33While
r jobs and two others were suspended ONLY Supply Lasts fc
t Friday following an unreported use of
force against an unruly inmate In $105000
June. i
The Inmate Freddie Jackson 29,
allegedly threw some human waste Price Reduced on
onto an officer June 24. Three oficers Control Insects In Lawn-Garden

then beat him for it and two other of- & Shrubs with these productsDragon Grotone Weed & Feed
ficers witnessed the incident, but filedno
1 Specially formulated for Florida. Balance
report. WeedEaterSR75' Brand ed plant food plus weed killer... for St.Augu.tln. .
., Zoysio a C.ntip.d.grass.WE : .
"No report of any kind was made by 5% Diazinon DustReplaces r Bag covers 3,000 sq. ft.: "
any of those involved in an obvious effort DAa FEED 33
to conceal the act." FSP .. Re! 9.49Q
Gas Powered Trimmer Chlordane for control of :
Richard Dugger said. I
Superintendent
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The three men who lost their jobs R.g. 224.99 d many Insect pests In the lawn '
.a
were all correcitonal officer I. They garden and shrubs. :

j. are Sgt.Tim Giebig employed at FSP .24.2 cc nflln. 18933 4 lb. Bag
since December 1980; Rocky Adams .Tap-N.Go(ITMI)Mod( plot i. 333 GROTONE'PEllETSSav.now
employed sim'eanuary/ 1981; andr ..,olntw..d.blade Reg.6,19 NOW
famous ..
Gro-Ton.
., _limited on pellets.
o.
William Caskins, employed since wanan'ySale e .u
, contains minor elements 1 chelated
.
August 1981.Suspended
Liquid Sevin Spray 4 Iron. Use on, lawn flower shrubs
i ttl cover
-trees lb. rj
vegetables. 50 bag
for 10 working days for 21.5% liquid to mix with water P up
; witnessing the incident but failing to 1 makes 40 gal. .. use nuerg to3.000sq.ft. 93 3
MICRO 25 DELUXEwith quart spray. Reg. 10.99
t.i report it are Dwight White, a correctional -
officer II employed at FSP i: on lawn for mosquito & other Insect
: since March 1981 and John C. Griffis, CARRYING CASE control.

1 Jr. employed since May 1981. Quart size 9.69 633
; Jackson, who is serving 35 years in 16" Bar reg.
I prison for burglary in Marion County 2.0Cu. In. Engine
and for assault and attempted sexual All position cutting 'd"r''' : Dust ..
i! battery in Volusia County, plus 3 Tomato-Vegetable ( ,
\ -
:' I years for battery of a law enforcement Weighs about 9 Ibs. Contains 5% Sevin & 5% Zineb PINE, BARK NUGGETS
f' oficer at Union Correctional Institution t Solid State Ignition kills Insects and diseases. mULCH' Dress up your flower bed and ornamentals -
;;" ,has received at least nine inmate stops j Helps to retain moiiture S retards
Jr' disciplinary reports for such Reg. 259.95 Use throughout the garden. D weeds. 3 cu. ft. bog. j

things as beating biting, kicking and 4 Ib. bag f11 R.g.3.59NOW 233
at correctional officers. Sa.015933
i. I. spitting I f 5.09 I
'l I, Jackson received facial cuts and reg. NOW -.2
f' brusies during the June 24 incident.
j An investigation which led to the administrative V
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5.5" Sales Increase For Any Pest Control Protection Call Us for FREE Inspection Diagnosis & EstimatesALL

M\ Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. reported
- f' sales of $513,410,000 during the four cc ITEMS SUBJECT TO SELLOUTLawnGarden -
;x.1{ J weeks ended August 25, compared
. with $486,663,000 for the similar
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25, the total was $1.044,020,000 compared 6 HP cast Iron sleeve engine 539 E. Coll St. 964.5745
with$972,744,000 a year ago an ES1
increase of 7.3X. e 4 forward speeds& reverse 65933 Starke. Florida

i The company opened seven new Separate tiller clutch ONTROI ,
stores and closed two since June 30,. e 16V4" tractor tlr..
1982. having 1,227 in operation on josy controls R.g.759" a tauttut t
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I Mark Frledlln Tennis Camps, most of them women's top player, Martina
BCT Staff Writer situated in luxurious resorts and Navratilova is also over the one
country clubs, have reported increas million mark In earnings this season.
k Of the millions of tennis fans watching ing enrollments over the past five But don't think all of the money is at
the classic confrontation bet seasons and the cost of a one or two the top. Rickey Myer', who lives in
ween Jimmy Connors and Ivan' week stay at one these facilities is by Fort Lauderdale, is ranked 276th on 1
Lendel in the finals of the U.S. Open no means cheap. the computer rankings and cleared
last weekend, none were more avid Most entrants at the camps enjoy $65,000 last year by placing no higher
than some of the tennis lovers in the full use of the facilities and most of than the quarter finals in any matchhe .
Keystone Ileights-Meirose area. the top outfits feature a chance for entered! 6 yr
As a result,KHS Tennis Coach Rich students to have current or former Tennis equipment has progressed
l.st King was busy explaining ways his pros give them first-hand critiques on along with the rest of the sport.
9I students could use some of those improving their games. Other perks Racquet contructlon has progressed -
I 01H iL techniques they saw in the finals at may include the use of the videotape from basic wood modelswhich( are
his Community Education sponsored machines that record a player's still very popular) to metals like steel
) tennis clinic at Keystone's Theme workout sessions to be played back and aluminum and more recently to
I. Park. _>ter. exotic, space age materials like
.wI- "Now, Lendel has more of a classic Community Education and city graphite and composite frames which
( serving style," King was saying. sponsored lessons like King's are can cost two to three hundred each.
"Watch how high he gets his toss and some of the most popular, however. "Graphite Is very popular right now ,
how smoothly he brings his racquet For a $20 fee students can get top in- despite its cost," King said, "It has '
around. Connors, on the other hand, struction two afternoons a week for the sensitivity and touch of wood rac- !
I .....'; has a shorter toss and thrown himself six weeks, enabling beginners to quets and the power of metal rac
into the court after he hits the ball." acheive a solid level of competence to quets. The cost is high because of the
Tennis is a sport that has clearlynot continue to improve and for intermediate difficulty of working with the
reached the full extent of its boom players a chance to material but people seem to be snapping
times, at least in this area. sharpen their sholmaking techniques. them up./' 14k;:
r "It's been getting very popular King's girl's tennis team at Prince,which began the trend when ;
around here as more and more people Keystone High School is a good exam- it introduced its popular graphite : :
r discover what a fun way it is to keepin ple of the skill level in the area. His model largehead that retails for over
tai' r shape," King says. "We have had squad placed four members in the $300, now has plans to introduce a !
4& an increase in both the young people semi's or better this past season in the Boron-Graphite composite racquet
and in the older age bracketes.People District Tournament held in that will sell for $700 and expects no King demonstrates
find that tennis is something they can Gainesville where his girls competed, trouble in selling them.
continue to Improve at and have fun and defeated, some of the top talents Exotica aside, it is possible to pur- his back hand
at in all ages." from high schools three times as chase a metal or wooden racquet for
Tennis is a big business as well. large. less than $100 that will perform to the
Wilson, the leading tennis equip. Keystone will add a boy's team this highest standards. anyone can get the nescessary equip
ment manufacturer grossed over year as more and more area playerson "That's the beauty of the sport," ment to compete on levels just as highas
y'' $200,000 million in sales last year and the junior level get involved. King, says, "Anyone can play and they want to go."
i the Prince Company,which introduced There's a trend in tennis right now
the latest wave of larger head rac- that more and more of the top profes-
4 quets is hard on their heels with over sional players are getting youngerand
i CIwr $150 million in sales worldwide. younger each year and it seemsto
"The larger head racquets have be true if you look at the tourna
/ Jan O'Steen practices her forehand given many people confidence to be ment results.
better in the sport than they ever Tracy Austin set the trend in 1977
thought they could be," King says. when she became the youngest playerin r
,. "The extended size of the sweet history to win the U.S. Open at the pr
spotthe( section on the strings with tender age of 14. Other players soon
the most power on the ball) gives followed and soon the youth wave was
... many beginning and intermediate in full swing. Parents seem to think
players an extra margin on those that the rewards may be worth the
tight or tricky shots. But beginners cost, and financially speaking, they
certainly aren't the only ones using may be
them. Over the past two years around Ivan Lendel, now the number two
M IIRuLjf1ak half of the top twenty pro players in player in the world, earned over one
the world, men and women, have and half million dollars last year a I
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they say it has helped their games." right behind at just over $900,000. The
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1. Casino Gambling 1. FRANK WILLIAMS is OPPOSED to Casino Gambling! as inaGcmbUnga ,

2. Repeal of Right to Work 2. FRANK WILLIAMS is OPPOSED to Repeal of Right to Work uepeoJofRI9htto; Work;," 1

3. Off Track Betting 3. FRANK WILLIAMS is OPPOSED to Off Track Betting "''' 6Off JraiB'etliiig t

4. State Lotteries 4. FRANK WILLIAMS is OPPOSED' o State Lotteries iii'Ifs State+IXottor'ies' ; '

5. Abortion on Demand 5. FRANK WILLIAMS is OPPOSED to Abortion on Demand ''rtaAbortdonon4Dt; mond '; '

6. Gun Control 6. FRANK WILLIAMS is OPPOSED to Any Form of Gun Control, C :, ,;GunCbntrol: CA eardlnab In:Nand Air,

7. Death Penalty 7. FRANK WILLIAMS is.FOR the Death Penalty At ''''fin elf t i'' enallyhl 'aaa u+uu.d sp lin.1b'!
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Integrity 8. FRANK Wllll HAS Integrity Ma'x, ''i r TY' ion,Ago..eoa.tr. i it.J ovi

9. St. Johns River 9. FRANK WILLIAMS WILL protect the St. Johns River rft iti't ivei'w., and ejr

10. Santa Fe Swamp 10. FRANK WILLIAMS WILL protect the Santa Fe Swamp arrt
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FRANK WILLIAMS challenges his opponent to. tell the people the truth.


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Rev Art Harker of Providence; four
Remodeling
Mrs. Naomi Miriam Marker, 69, of sisters, Mrs. Juanita Register of High ..' t
High Springs, died Wednesday night, Springs, Mrs. Alline Hosinyager, PRESSURE WASHIHO PAINTING
Sept 8, in the North Florida Regional Mrs. Pauline Jefferies and Mrs. Lois
Hospital after an extended illness. Adamson, all of Ohio and five grand KEYSTONE BUILDERS INC. ; I
Born in Parksville, Tenn., Mrs. children. REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR t
Marker lived most of her life in Ohio Services were held Friday, Sept. 10,
before moving to High Springs in 1981. at 2p.m. In Archer Funeral Home ROOFING > INSULATIONJim
She was a member of the First Christian with Rev Eddy Blalock officiating
Burial in Dekle Powell 440 Lawrence Blvd. Ip't
Church of Wadsworth, Ohio. was Cemetery with
Survivors include two sons,Thomas Archer Funeral Home of Lake ButlerIn President Keystone Hgt..Fl 32656"It's
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Time For A Change"Credits 15 YEAR ; e e 5 DowitYI IIoANCIN



for the 10 Year Incumbent Frank I

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Leadership i Leaders get things done. The House of Representativeshas

24 standing committees and 69 standing subcom- .
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mittees. The 10 year incumbent has never chaired a =.::21v/ : -

standing committee or any important standing sub-

committee. Why?- In 1982, 69 of the committee and '_:;. N t t , I /

chairmen had the -I
subcommittee less time in :
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legislature than the 10 year incumbent who did not __ _

hold a chairmanship. Why?



Reapportionment In 1982, 24 House members were appointed to a select ,, .1 '

committee on reapportionment. Twenty-two of the appointees -

had less time in the legislature that the 10

year incumbent who was not appointed to the commit

tee. Why? 8dw'L

Effectiveness
80% of the local bills sponsored by the other North-

east Florida House members passed the legislature. By '

comparison, the 10 year! incumbent was the prime

<'I' sponsor of 3 local bills and only 1 passed the Union County Ads t

,:,"t legislature ((33%). Why? Classified Ads __ _
FOR SALE
Priorities Get Results
....) The 10 year incumbent was the prime sponsor of 8 FABRIC CLOSEOUT VII PERSONAL

: general bills in 1982, and only 1 of the bills passed them yard.fabric Call In stock S and$3-14 W Enterprises per INSURANCEMAINES SERVICESGARAGE

: : legislature. Two of the bills relate to motorcycles (both 496.2219 or SALE Saturday

''' :' died in the transportation committee). A third major WASHER 496-3143$TFN ISOt 9/16.Dryer $75, ) 160 INSURANCE S. lake Ave.AGENCY Lake Sept.. 18. 9 a.m.Glover's until 2p.m.

bill was to license the practice of homeopaths. What frost free refrigerator Butler 496-3978 Complete residence Doyle, 1 mile S on 213.

'. are the legislative priorities of the 10 year incumbent? $200.qu..n double bed $125 bed queen$63. Insurance Service. TFN IIclg 9/16.

bedroom suite $350 LOSTFOUNDFOUNDLAKESIDE FOR SALE
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Ben ef its : .' Has Bradford, Clay and St. Johns counties received a bed.mlcrowalve$100 sofa$150, ,loveset bunk BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 3

fair share of state funds for special projects? Why chair, cost over $800 like PARK BATH CB/BRICK HOME
SWIMMING AREA Aug. 9,
not? Have any new jobs been'made available to area new-now TV $175.$350,refrigerator color portable prescription sun gla..... Pool outbuilding landscaped with yard 2.5.

residents as a result of the efforts of the 10 year incumbent $100. Phone 755-2397, Pro- Contact Union County acres, $20,000 down.
Times, 496-2261. TFN 8/19.
? Why not? What has the 10 year incumbent vidence.. 1 Hchg9/6. Balance owner financed at
10 percent for IS year.
actually done for the citizens of Bradford, Clay and St. FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS REAL Additional acreage

Johns counties? ESTATE available. Flexible terms.
,AH oqSR.)8) ,near Wor
AND ADDING LOOKING FOR a 'special":,\.,.\thinglonSprings.. Phone
Responsiveness How often has-the'10' incumbent-solrcited-input a MACHINES FOR.aplaetl+erpropart j ;'u if i 49J'3623i: | :q'N.' 722.PULPWOOD .
RENT Union County Time; don't have it, III find it-Just EQUIPMENT
from local citizens, groups and elected officials on 85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake ask-.JANE S. USHER. Uniloader without shear,

matters before the House of Representatives? Why Butler. Phone 496-2261 for REALTOR 496-2126 or Sliro saw mod Ie S 46VMon
Information. .
TFN
more 496-2903 eve*.. "Your Waubeska engine Bar
does the 10 year incumbent frequently refuse to return 10/1. Union County Realtor tfn co loader Model 12CTlmberjock .

phone calls from interested citizens in the district? RENT Tq OWN A New 3/26. skidder with
Baldwin Piano of your FOR All YOU REAL ESTATE Esco Model 26 Grapple.
How often have you seen the 10 year incumbent other choice. Parramore Music NEEDSCall Venera Brown short wood trailer 1979
904-7326776, Ocala. 7/8 496-3022, Sandy Hozen Ford pickup 1970 Ford
than at election time?
tfn
496-3994 eves or G.rrIL.n- truck Farmers and
2 BEDROOM FRAME HOME non 4963140. Tiffin and Dealers Bonk Mr. Howard
$135 per month. Prefer Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 496-2101. Itchg 9/2.
single person or couple. Box 788. Lake Butler FL, 62 INCH CIELING FAN $50
"It's Time For A Change"Vote Call 496-3087 or 4962975. tfn chg. 8/6. 20 inch 'lawnmower $50.
Carrie Dukes 520 SW 1st I --- Phone 4963766. II tpd 9/16.
St. ltchg9/6.'
TRAILER FOR RENT 3
bedroom 3 bath In Worthington I Starke Ads'4 f


October 5th for Lee Drowdy 9/16.Phone 4962219.Springs area.Itchg CARS YARDS lE'\

HOUSE FOR RENT InOlu.t.
.. 3 bedroom with TRUCKSSURPLUS
State Representative District 21 Democrat small room In attic screened HOUSE OF BARGAINS ?.
front porch water In. JEEPS Cars and Ing I I. Believing 212 Call
PO PCI AD" cluded. $175 per month. trucks available, many'sell St., 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone 496-2364. I tpd 9/16. for under $200. 'Call Vail come see us at our
312-742-1143, ext, 609 for new location. 3/Utfn
Information on how to pur FRI. SAT & SUN 301 South,
AdsNOTICE chase. 8/12 4tpd EOW 9/23 Nichols' Acres, S.W. Nth
Keystone Heights '74 CUTLASS SUPREME Ave. Sept." -17.> r Hfcnd

OLDS Runs good, auto., plow. Snapper tiller.street
PS: PB; AC work.'AM/FM.' rock cloth., ml.cl tthg
PERSONAL FOR SALE HELP HELP MISCELLANEOUSBINGO silver and black. Call 9/16 ..,.&,
782-3945 after 6 9/09
p.m. 1020 EASTWOOD DR. Acrbs*
SERVICES sand bottomed WANTEDSOMEONEta WANTED .Ll n. Club across Steve BroadwayTREE 2tchg 9/16 from Southslde Elem..
LAKE LOT on
LASSIFIED ADVERTISING TRUCKS under
JEEPS CARS.
Hillcrest. $800 from high chool. School. 9 a.m tll 3 p m.
should submitted to the CARPENTER WORK lake In$146.44 month. work as crossIng and 2 men mostly In the 30 Tuesday. Early Bird 7 SERVICE $100 available at local Sat., Sept. IB. Alum. door
down
Lake Region Monitor officeIn Remodeling work kitchen. 473-4058 per guard on corner of SR year age rang. p.m.; Regular, 7.30 p.m. gov't. sale in your area bedding household goods,
writing and paid in advance cabinets, and trim 473-4367 Phon. after 6 9/1 or 21 and Pecan St., 3 hr. Sales experience Is NOT Public Invited. 9/1 tfn chg. Removal Call (refundable) toy, books, baby clothes,
unless credit I I. carpenter. Reasonable p.m. week. $3.35 p.r hour necessary. 1-714-569-0241, ext. 5121. '72 Dodge truck. tpd 9/16
already established with prices. Call 473-2477.after tfnchg GENEVA Itchg.9/16 Prefer graduate of Dale Trimming: for directory on how to GARAGE SALE Friday and
this office. 5:30 p.m 9/1 tfnchg. BEAUTIFUL LAKE from FULL TIME REAL ESTATE Carnegie Human Relation FOR RENT purchase. 24 hrs. 9/09 3tpd Saturday, Living room suit,
$5.500
Monitor staff cannot beheld CARPENTRY AND MASONRY access lob SALESPERSON course, but not required.Must Free Estimate 9/23 Ginny Lynd bed many
responsible for WORK Building patios, $500 down $71.74 per f3f1: $200/wk. draw during attend Dale Carnegie OFFICI SPACEfacing 1974 BUICK ELECTRA Good bargains) 3 miles south
mistakes on classifieds additions, remodeling month. Discount waterfront on entire 1st 2 month, Commission Sale Course (a 4 hr. night Lawrence Blvd." Next doorto 473-4732 condition. loaded (electric Rd. 100 on right. I tpd 9/16
wh.n ad is token over the homes and tile work. Free 10 acres. On. during first 12 month class per week for 11 Andrew Drugs. Also' windows, seats, AM/FM GIANT GARAGE SALE All
telephone.Classified. estimates. Phone 473-4473 lot. Call 473-4375. 9/1 should reach $20.000 In' weeks) ',soon after being several large office for After 5 P.M. stereo, radio electric day Saturday. 810 W. PrattSt.
deadlln I I. during day. 9/1 tfn chg. tfnchg cash PLUS lame amount In hired. rent In rr of building clock).$1800.Call 964.5618 .. Storke. Itpd 9/16
Tuesday noon prior to YAMAHAICO Dirt Bike, with Warm out going personality Heights after 3:IS 9/16 3tpd
CUNTRV VILLA a n.wly helmet 700 miles, $450. land. facing Flamingo. Call I Keystone p.m. SEPT. 17 8 Hi 9 a.m. til 5
Thursday publication. licensed ACLF facility for PROPERTY TO SELL: lakefront deriving much satisfaction 473-3411.9/1 tfnchg. 9/30 p.m. Household Items,
after five,
Call Gilbert
Minimum charg. Is 15 m.n and women who may and lake access lots out of making STORI BUILDINGI.OOOsqft. 179 CHEVY MONZA clothes TV, toys, dishes.
99.916COMMERCIAL
words for $2.75 then 10 need a horn away from 4734754. 2tchg. PRO. In Keystone Height area customer* happy.IF In front of Keystone Post SPORTS H/B Coup., Low material quilt scraps and
cents for each word for vacation retirement INTERESTED Commercial Circle mileage. Call; 473-2737, much Alton
horn for either short or Office on more. Rd. offModl.on
Lawrence ONLY
PERTYon $500 DOWN 13 I BR,
thereafter. and permanent home Send hand written letter to to 3.000 .q.ft. 1 tpd 9/16 St.,
of Excellent just
long periods time. SR-lOO-21A up past
Blvd. near 1 BA with
car. by certified site. "Sale' Manager' (who will suitable for auto repair, carport 1955 CHEVY Four door. Colt' church on left go past
YARD SALE personnel. 475-2499. On SR intersection. 4-separate JOB DESCRIPTION:' Varied keep your Inquiry In strict etc. Call 473-2149 or evenIngs 29500. 9646482. Itchg 9/16 railroad track. Itchg 9/16
office complexes corner
; schedule consistingof confidence), toting: 1. 1977 FORD GRANADA .
21 In Melrose. 2tchg. with entranceson work 473-2014.9/1 tfnchg 1004 S. COLLEY RD. Thursday
lot h./wk..n- Why want the lob (Include BROOKLYN BAY; 2 BR. 1 Brand tires, 20 mileson
RIDAY AND SATURDAY, 91623. 3 sides of building. approx.60 you GATORBONE LAKE3BR., 1 new Friday and Saturday.Children .
Sept. 1718. south of BABYSITTING: Newborn and Owner financed, with tailing rotating with ex short and long range Both, study, CH/A carport BA Cypress lake cot. them A-1 condition. clothing and
personnel at goals). .. White sandy Take over and.
iiivngsales $400/mo. payment shoe. tpd 9/16
Lawrence to Satsuma. up. 7 Ct.m. to 6 p.m. Call low interest rate. Call
gook shleves. divider, used 473-2529 after 6; anytime 473.4920 or 473-3411. on-tight sale office 2. Why you think you will be MOBILRHOME: 3BR.. 2 beach. Furnished. $200 ,equity." 964-80T5
located near to Keystone good at if. unfurnished, off $49,500. Itchg 9/16
davenport, 1 electric: on the weekends.. 2tchg. 9/9 \ Both Hwy
tfnchg
Florida Woodland Inc. 117* DATSUN B210i Station
heater, food grinder. 2 9/16.23 Heights. 18. CH/A, $220/mo; SILVER HOMESFOR
7.4 HP.Grov.ly tractor completely
double sinks, stainless E uwISuI- Ill JOB FUNCTIONS: AnswerIng -, Licensed Real Estate Broker LAKE ACCESS: 2BR., 1 MOBILE HOME plus 2 wagon. Good condition.
: 30 SALE
reconditioned. calls from 412 N E. 16th Av*., Suit.255 $3800. 4733270. Itchg
steel and .nam.l. Itpd Will phone Bath furnished. CH/A, acr... 3 large bedrooms,
NOME REMODELING a In. mower, $850. customers; days, nights, orweekends Galnetvlll. Fl.. 32601. garage, $250/mo.j, SILVER 2 full baths CH/A. 9/16
2-FAMILYSat.Sept. 18, REPAIR of oil kind n.gotlat. 473-2667. at office- tfnchg. 9/16' 75 CHEVY SPORTS VAN S.S.
10 a.m. Hwy. 21, across 9IT6IXCIPTIONA1IUY:3 : LAKE ACCESS: 2Br.1 Bath $27,000. With Owner GAINESVILLIi Three
Free tfnchg. for 68 Two-door Cadillac. All
from Methodist Church. Room addition old Making appointments furnished. CH/A.' garage, Term bedroom house Concrete
: yr. and other to MISCELLANEOUS offers considered. See at
473-2187. yourself
Itchg. 916MOVINGMen. Estimate $250/moi OFFICE SPACE: block with chain link fenceon
from. house, compl.t.lyfinished
: .. Sept 20 9 John Adam Builder Oak Forest 4BR., show and and sell selling land-land At Keystone, Center, 375 SPRING LAKE 2 BR. 1 BA 838 Starke.Temple tchg 9/16 Ave? corner lot. Resume mortgage .
Showing BINOO..AMERICAN .
to 1. Rd. 100 on Lak. ,I 2 Bath. 1800 .q. ft., on 2 by appointment during LEGION HALL SR-21, sq.h, 160mo. Key.tan.H.lgh" Inc. lake cottage with 100'white SURPLUS JEEPS- Cars-Boat at 8Vi per cent will
Geneva between WhiteEI.phont acres. 42500. $500 down, week and some Saturday. 7pm. Public In REALTOR 473-4961 Realty ( sandy beach, May sell for under $50.00. consider property .In vicinIty -
and Gizmo. balance financed at 10 per weekends...Many Sat. and vited. 9/1 tfnchg tfnchg 33000. For info call 3129311961. of Stark for equity. R. L.
Washer, bar, stools cent. Call 17330056. or Sun. will be required at the ALCOHOLICS'ANONYMaUSt COMPLETELY FUR ext. 2729. 9/16 4tpd 10/07 Hall Lawtey. Fl. Ph.
glasses rack carpet, large I 17330123. Itchg. 9/16 office awaiting customer Closed NISHEDhouse 3 ACRE WATERFRONT lf" SCOUT 4.4i New tire*. 782.3239.9/09 4tpd 9/30
kitchen cabinet calf.and JOO...-TRAMI", $3O.'Stereo who were directed to the Monday B Lake 2BR.on. A/C Spring Whit Sand Lake. Paved Run good. Ph. 9646215 BY aWHIRl, Will rent with
meeting
end tabl.- misc. 475-1508. SERVICES ,receiver w/2 speaker. property without appts.QUALIFICATIONS Open meeting Friday p.m.8 9225/mo.,,$200 deposit. frontage 160 on lake 1tpd 916Classified option to buy.$275 per mo.
fRIDAY, \ -5. Baby Items toontlqu. $25. Ost.rulcer.( $50. and $100
: Havenow 8 after $34,000 with own. damage deposit.
p.m., Alanon, Monday Call 264-3354 6.
,
... Mini-Cassette, $20.
2nd house on left Craig or will have within 30 p.m. All! meeting at tfnchg 9/9 term, Ads 2 bedroom 1 bath living
on Cardinal near Elementary (o1l4734213.1tchg916GltAPUI Florida Real Estate room, kitchen and
day a Educational Building Community 3>R. 2-BATH. 2.100 sq. ft. dining
School. Ikhg. 916iMMMIMIMMir" License Church 473-2790 or house In walking/ distanceof Get Results room combo.. Florida
Lara*tcuppernong Physically fit: Must be ableto 175.2130.9/1 tfnchg. school. $350 per month., KEYSTONE HEIGHTS room, front screened
.
.
andmuscadlne grape how wooded land ,ANONYMOUS, 91PARTLY. porch with
S.amstr*>s* I6piri If MaleyEIesMB OVEREATERS 473-4840 Itchg carport threeutility
Profession! I U-Plck. Easy picking. Open ,sometime being outside all No du.f... or Fitting Aptdlaasss. every day, Lilly'Vineyards day during temperature In*. open meeting Tuesday house en lake Geneva,' FHA or VA loan or owner
and Detell Work
Cell led. \ Smug .......... $ FIorohomo,' 12 >rvile' east In the 90'.. 7.30 p.m.. St. Ann*'. $200/mo.. available Oct. ..73-.",I III will finance 964-4103..
of lCeyw'Heights on Women have excelled at Church
9.475-1508 9/09
Episcopal .
C.uatlnLe.reese 2tchg 916age
film 440 Lawrence Blvd.
473M54I 100. Ph. 639-2121. this lab Current sale Height.
Itpd 9/16 ... ..;...... Hwy 8/12 tin fore consist of 7 women 473-2790,9/1 Keystone Hnchq. Keystone Height

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Motorcycle. ,FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT PERSONAL PERSONAL -Q

ml 7i SUZUKI 100 2300 SERVICES SERVICESFAMILY = =11

miles. 495. Call 473-22.14. I.V GALV. ROOFINGi USED ALUMINUM PLATES MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI FURNISHED 3 ROOM S both
6'-4.13; 7'.4.76) 24x36". HOME PARK Mobile '
S 5/20th ) 25 cents each. Used apartment. Also efficiency BILL'S SAW SHOPt
!*-::::wo SUZUKI cs 550 ELITE. 854096.03 117.62; ; 10'-6.99; In printing newspaper. homes and spaces for rent. apartment. Most utilities sharpening service Complete, circular HAIRDESIGNERS /7'rwiHar
f.g Excellent condition. Tok.ov.r ; 12826. We Great for minor repair Recreational vehicles furnished. 9648071. Itchg
; manufacture. Jacksonville. welcome hand, carbide, 144 W. Cell St.
obs, Phone
Bradford 4682912.
;J payments. Call G.n. Call toll free ( County 9/16 chain mower blade hollow 64.73 3Open ,
Telegraph, 9646305. tfn 9/16 tfn 2 BR UNFURNISHED 1 REALTY
HOME
.. after' 6 p.m., 9648680. 1-800-342-2702. 8/26: tfn
ground and
CARPET, NEW ft USED Fur. TWO BEDROOM TRAILER balanced.
Itpd 9116 THREE ITEMS : for rent. $200 per month,
: : Modern Maid CH/A. Can be Leave at Jackson Building T.W.ftF. 9 tll 5:30 -4) .
nlture & seen at -.
;"t slave, 3 old. Like appliances 4732578. Itchg 9/16
Li
$250. Con.yrs. Clean Oven new, Plumb. fixtures and pipes Savage Trailer Park, SR16W UNFURNISHED APARTMENT: Supply In Starke, Keytsone Thurs. 11 AM III 7 PM 1

: l WANTED Canned drink machine,, BARGAIN CENTER, US-301 or call Bobby Zoltowski. Two bedrooms. Stove and Heights or lake Butler Set. 9 AM til 3 PM PHONE 964-7776 D$

.. $200. 9645874. Itpd 9/16 So.. 964-6679. 2/5 tfn 964-8382 between 4:30: and refrlg, carpet. No pets, no TFNchg AppointmentsNot CECELIETERWILLEGER ... ,
.;" AXLE$ a TIRES 2 axles + 4 12'/. WOODED ACRES with DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN 5 p.m. 9/16 2tchg 9/23 children. $195 per ma plus ALCOHOLICS I Always Necessary 205_N. Temple Starke'

3J1 tlr... We pltk-up $100; pond and septic tank well HOUSEi 301 South. ON KINGSLEY LAKE: Mobile $100 deposit. 124 N. MyrtleSt. ANONYMOUS Phone 1/7 finNEED _

'You deliver $125. Olin. and electric pal'*. Located 9646740. We buy and sell Home; Year Round rental. Stark 9648944. ItchgKITCHENEFFICIENCY 964-5148 or 9647619. EXTRA MONEY Interviews .

!:.Mobil Horn Sol.., Hwy. 6 miles East of Keystone used furniture and opplianc. A/C: heat. No pets. TFchg or. being taken for BRADFORD VILLAS offer new concept In lifestyle with low

j::: ; .100 W .Stark. 964-5606. Heights. $22.500. (Partial ... 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED Deposit required. Rooms for rent at low SEWING MACHINES Avon Representatives. Call maintenance, charm comfort, and quality, together with
""j"TFCh9 assumable mortgage). Call TVS Colors 5332366. 9/09 fin weekly rates. Call Temple REPAIRED All mokscleaned Ramona Crapse. 7823068. energy efficiency

INTERESTED IN BUYING Gainesville, 376-6179.9/09 starting at $100.00. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE Motel 9647357. 9/16 oiled and ad- 8/26 4tchg 9/16 LAKE BUTLER.Brick home with approx. 2 acres In excellent

-gj'older homt that nd 2tchg 916PROFtSSIONAL DRUM SET Trade-in's welcome. Phone HOME: Partially furnished. EOW/tfn lusted. $15, Work CARPENTER WORK, roofing location. Enclosed garage also 20x40 carport ftworkshop.

jij!I; work and prop.rty. Priori with Zlllgeon symbols, plus 964.9212.6'/11 tfn 719 W Market Rd. 5 ROOM BRICK COTTAGE: guaranteed. James and painting. Reasonable $20,000 down with owner financing.
FARMALL A tractor and 964-7460 or 9647095. 9/09
:g.:.964-6853. Itchg 9/16 ;a few extras, $450. Call Newly renovated. Im Strickland, corner MorganRd. prices Free estimates, 30 ACRES 301 ft MORGAN RD-Unllmlted posiibllltles.
; oooo BUSHEL of lash pin. 4681199. Itpd 9/16 some equipment. Can be 2tchg 916RESTAURANT maculate. Conveniently and Hwy 16. TFNchg 782.3669. 9/09 2tchg 9/16 Owner financing.

SI!1 con. Contact I.. Waters. TENT TRAILER Sleeps 4, Ice seen at Carlton Craft's', & EQUIPMENTfor located for ''elderly coupleat CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install PROFESSIONAL dressmaking MAKE TIME FOR AN OLDTIMER-The Pownall home at
of 9646784. tfn
corner Rd. and rent. 9/09
"' EJ;:;: Lawtey, 7823200. 9/16 chest stove, sink, new Morgan 571 W. Call St. $225 per ed. Free
301N. Itpd 9/16 SIX LARGE ROOMS ft BATH estimates. Handy. hove beautiful clothes 727 W. Cypress. 4 BR, 2 BA with two b.autlfullots.
; 'tchg 9/30 canvas, $975. See at 715 mo. One yrs. lease.
Man Fence Co., owner made to fit Call COULD BE SUBDIVIDED-4.7S 230A and
f
Walnut St. 9/09 2tchg 9/16 1979 DIESEL TRACTOR In. apartment with stove and 964-6491.8/05 tfn you. acres on
AIR COMPRESSORS: 20 pet. eludes disk, mower, row refrigerator Heated by GARAGE APARTMENT: Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. 964-7600, ext. '261. Itpd Wilson Rd. $11,700.CONNERLY .

| _lOST IFOUND off through September, planter botton plow, floor furnace and large air Three rooms, unfurnished' tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER 9/16 ESTATES-IV. yr old brick home. Total

Ngr: Stark. Power Equipment, 4500. Call 964-4921 after conditioner. No pets $200 $125 per month plus REPAIR: Call BICYCLES. BIKE SHOP: Complete privacy on one landscaped acre. 3 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace

:;.BLONDE FEMALE 322 S. Walnut St. 9648568. 5 p.m. 9/16 2lchg 9/23 per mo., and $75 security utilities. Air conditionedand the Office Shop 110 W. repair and painting. ceiling fans refrlg., stove, D/W, drapes carpet,
COCKAPOOt Lost on 9/09 4tchg 930NORWEGIAN ONE ACRE LOT Crosby Lake deposit. Call 9648071. carpeted. 964-6126, Call St.. Stark., for details. Most bikes., New and used sprinkler systems. Patio around "An Old Oak Tree."

:; -' August 21 at McDonald' In PUPSlElk Estates. Septic tank, well Itchg 9/16 daytime and 964-4663, 964-5764. fin parts. Reconditioned bikes PRETTY WOODED LOTS. Bessent Road Country Club

: Stork. Stayed. Antwrd Hound. Without papers and pump, light pole. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE evenings 9/16 2tchg 9/23 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: for sale Free estimates on Geneva Lake Estates Geneva Creek Five Oaks '

I to nom of Clnda Lou. If $65. 964-5056. Itpd 9/16 $6700. Cash. Ph. 964-8582. HOME: Couple only. No SPACIOUS 3 BR, 2 BA home Doors, windows, etc. repairs. See George II or Crystal Lake Harnesses.

found, call 4682030. 9/02 KIMBALL Good condition.UP-RIGHT PIANO$500 Itchg 916Classified pets, no children.. Phone with CH/A. West Call st. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Logan at George Ricks PRICE REDUCED! Enloy living In one of the most convenient .

... '4tchg9/23 FIRM. Call 964-6337 after 5 Ads 964.7619 or 964 8614. 9/16 Lots of storage. No pets. 9646078. Orders also Salvage 301 N. Starke. locations In town. Bessent Rd. Corner lot, 3 BR, 2
;8 FOUND FEMALE WALKER 9/09 2tpd 9/16 2tchg 9/23 Call 9645827. 9/16 4tchg taken in Lake BUtler, 9645184. ltpd916HOUSEKEEPER BA CH/A.
.. p.m. Get Results COZY 3 BR, 1 BA CB home
.3 hound btwn Brook.r RABBITS For pets or meat. RENT A NEW BALDWIN 496-3079 and Keystone : Reasonable FIVE OAKS NEAR COUNTRY CLUB-Attroctlve brick 3

i;3 and Lake Butler. Tattooed Lawrence Meng 7 miles near schools. New f/'Freu Piano for your child. Only Heights 4734973. 2/26 tfn rot... 7823127. Itchg 9/16 BR, 2 BA, living room dining room, family room with

i S* ,In both *ar.. Call Boboy> south of Starke. 468-1915. HELP refrig., A/C, dining room, $22.50 mo. plus small moving BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK NEED A RIDE to Santa Fe fireplace and ceiling fan. Range, refrlg., enclosed
with
I ,Jon*. 4851537. 9/09 9/092tpd9/16 WANTED Attached living room workshop.fireplace.$275 'Charge. All rent and SERVICE: Bradford County Community College, Mon garage. Assumable mtg. 8 3/4% mtg. Owner will take.

2tchg 9/16 EQUIPMENT: Forklifts; 5 Phone 964-6968 moving expenses appliesto residential pump-outs, Wed and Friday. 9 am til 2. second. Total price $58,6001
mo.
per
towmotorf, 6,000 and MEDICAL RECORD TRAN. weekends. 9/09 tfn purchase. Parramor $50. We also re-loy drain Contact Rick, 964-8642. 11'ASSUMABLE MTG.. Beautiful brick home with

7,000 Ibs.. ; larg.Bermeer model DitchDigger SCRIPTIONISTt Good salary THREE BEDROOM IN 'COUNTRY Music, Ocala. 732-6776; lines Phone 9648121. Itchg916LOCKSMITHBURGLAR 8 acres. Approx. 2100 sq. ft. $108.000($58,500 with mtg.).

MISCELLANEOUSLOST M470. For sale or trod. and benefits. Immediate : One bath. Two miles 237-5444. 8/26 fin_ 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL VERSATILE I Frame home, 1900 sq. ft. with detached

George Ricks Salvage, opening. Call or come see out, 964-6365, If no MOBILEHOMES Car CleanIng ALARMS: 24 Hrs. Service. garage; rental home, 925 sq. ft.; 8 trailer spaces ((4

AROUND MORGAN Starke. 964-5184. Itpd 9/16 Vanessa Lee Personnel, answer, ring 10 times. 1 tpd Service Cleaned, 964-5849 1520 South hookups) and 4 acres. $78.000.

RD. ft 301 ara. Large U-PICK PEAS: Zipper cream, Bradford Hospital, 9/16. washed vacuumed, Walnut St.. at the Outfit NEAT 2 BR FRAME HOME In town with screened front

tawny Gr. Dan and pink eye purple hull. Furnish 964-6000. 9/09 tfn HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping FOR SALE sanitized, and deodorized. ters. 5/13 tfnMOBILE porch. See to appreciate. $24,000.

Husky. Rsmbl. St. Ber your own container. MUSICIAN WOULD LIKE to room. TV and Air. $7.00, pick.up and KINGSLEY LAKE What more can you say? Brickduplex

nard. Mal. dog, short tail. Leslie Whltehead. form country rock band. Underwood Motel, 3 miles delivered or your place.Call 1600 sq. ft. apprax. 90' on the water Could easily I
496-2895. 9/16 All Interested musicians
Itpd north of Starke on 24x60 Doublewlde Mobil 9647226. ask for Den. be made Into one home. I
Answers to Sonny. TRUMPET FOR SALE: Gold apply. P. O. Box 1318, :
HOME
Reward. Call 737.5309, ask brass 2 Highway 301. 9/16 tfn Horn with 4 tn air conditioning nis. 12/10 tfn 1300 SEARING ST: Attractive 3 BR, 2 BA. New carp.tthroughout. I
Bundy trumpet. Starke, Fl 32091 9/09 2tpd
-
ON KINGSLEY LAKE House
.,-1, for Jean or Collen. tpd yrs. old with case. $175. 9/16 : unit. $2,500 down SERVICE POLES $43,300. Owner financing.
round rental.
j% : 916aQFREI Ph. 9646714. Itpd 9/16 RESPIRATORY THERAPIST: year 5332433. Itpd 9/16 and toke over payments, TOO IM* LAKE BEDFORD-Owner financing at 12 3/4 for well

TO GOOD HOME: O'BRIEN WATER SKI, ski Part-time, to work at Brad 2 BR UNFURNISHED ArT $195.80 per month. 12 yrs. MSO.OO maintained home. 555,000 with $20.000 down.
:!( Female dog, 1 IVi yr. old vest Ever Last heavy pun ford Hospital. Experienceand owelng. 964.7359 or INVESTMENT 301.7 apartments and 1 cottage on 301
and Call after
black, brown and whit. ching bag with gloves, potter state license required. 6 Stove 9648429.refrig. 9/16 .964.6018.8/12 tfn ; fHEIKE'S 200 AMP S7J.OOO; store on 301, $30.000; home 321 Clark St.,
.
Good with children Call kick wheel. Will sell or p.m. 1tpd MOBILE HOME. 12x60 O E S2S.OOO.
Call 964-6000, ext 141 for TWO BEDROOMS with kitchen 250.qor
I trade. 9645139. 9/16
7823716. After 6, 1tchg appointment. 9/16 2tchg to share. Underwood 964.7611.8/19 tfnSAVES1,000Js83' SHOP \ SIMPLE ELEGANCE.Colonial brick with bay windowson
23 YEARLING HEIFERS, and Call Anytiint481111T
782-3433. Itpd 9/16 bulls. 5 show 9/23 Motel. 3 ml. north of .* 110" c..... 1.7 ac. near Country Club. Assum. mtg. $39.600 at
yearling
|c steer and 3 bulls. 4851834. SURGERY ORRN part time Starke on US301. 1 tchg WHOLESALE ,........ I Walr/o- 8'/% opprox. 2353 sq. ft. A fine value at $85.000.
.... ,
.
"" BUSINESS 9/16 2tchg 9/23 position available. Interested 9/16 14x70$10.000; FOR THE DISCRIMINATING: 40 acres of prime Brad

1. OPPORTUNITIES SET OF BEAUTY REST springsand applicants applyat SIX LARGE ROOMS and bath 24x60$14.000 ford County farm property In the heart of strawberry
It.l"
V mattress, like new, Bradford Hospital, apartment with stove and Ph. 1-30S-365-5709 country on Rd. 225. A neat CB home with pecan trees and
$175 set; old timey portable 964.6000.9/16 2tchg 9/23 refrig. Heated by floor furnace 14x5 19BO BRIGADEES witha aialeas.

!" .'SJO.OOO-StO.OOO PER YEAR: electric Singer sewing ENJOY WORKING WITH and large air condi 2'/i' ton Carrier air conditioner. Ar ld vi! HAMPTON LAKE IS EXCITING LIVING) 112.5 feet of

11".' Are you bored with your machine, good work. DOGS? Responsible party tioner. No pets, $200 per Pay off $5700. Will ; :S.PCl k, J.USl.i lake frontage and a superb brick home with 3 BR and 3

.0' job?Ar.you tired of workIng Ing condition, $30; Cuck.oo wanted to care for and mo., and $75 security sacrifice for $2500. equity. :SJ.OO.No itmft, full baths. Nice dock sprinkler" system. Owner financing.

-C- for the other man? Nor clock $30 works good. Bed feed dogs. Also handle depotit. Call 9648071. 964.5959 after 6. 9/16 ',S &: V{Mufftt GENEVA LAKE ESTATES-Entertaln friends In
good
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9645673. :
from.
$10. 5t
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maintenance of, f facility,,.. .. '
tlonal based 9/16
r ., company In .Itchg 9/16 .... 1tchg 2tchg 9/23 'i rDII" "n" rlH. : ttg! .?.. Country,hospitality' will be a pleasure In this charmtngr .
Carl between.
? I. 485-1817 .. .. !
Lexington I.r',: lookingforciuatlfWd'pSfrllrne ahdf" / LABGlrJHAO'PEN*., Loo1.Ibrand ._ii.oHt9rI'thirT.6FULL : trrrsn.f.rftt1stSSS3N"s .-... -_ "W"77', .,. **; *BA ho'nrw'ltfrMrbplutefarge scr.efllfpbrch,

new. $25; swing $5)i) TIME RESPIRATORY Old Lawtey P.O. garage, storage building fenced garden and many ex
full-time distributors In walker, $2; TV and stand, Wanted tras.
le>' four.county area. Inv.st. $50. Call 7823120. THERAPIST position Help $12,000 DW M.H. on 1
Itpd
"v. ment covered by inven- 9/16 available. Experience and SAW ac. $26,500 6 ac. LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE-Custom built exclusive

IC, tory. Phone PEKINGESE Purebred Fla, license required. Applicant $10,500 e Owner fin. on showplace on 2 ac.-l 10,000.

f 18003549594. 9/02 3tchg pies. 6 weeks: old. Phone pup. apply at Bradford & MOWER SHOP all, REAL DEAL Col. James Griffin's "Pln..ong".ubdlvl..
dti.. Hospital, 9646000. 9/16 ((5. Walnur-Across from sion Wilson Rd.
9/16 964-8823. Itpd 9/16 for the COMMERCIAL on Country privacy yt close to
The City of Stark will accept applications
INTERESTED IN STARTING A 2tchg 9/23 Shuford Chevron) RESIDENTIAL everything.! Some lots $6,000. with 20% down for 5 yrs. at
MOUNTAIN TOP position of Truck Driver/Laborer through September
m GYM In Starke? Weight- BEAUTIFUL BOOK A TOY PARTYI SALES SERVICE ACREAGE 10% Interest.
C1: and LOT in N.C. Over / acre. Receive free merchandise.With 22. "82. Chain Saws ft Lown
i--". Call lifting 9047523404.boby building.Don Golf course In the valley ad. receive extra gift. Anyone Interested may apply for the position by Mowers 904 / 782-3931 -

b" Tyler. Itchg 9/16 below. Owner will finance. 431.1920 or 96<4.6279.9/16. contacting the personnel administrator, Mr. Merrell 904 / 782-3896 HOME PIONEER

1/4 down at 12%. Call 4tchg 10/07 D_., at Starke City Hall. P.O. Drawer "M" Classified Ads
;: 964-6339, anytime or call BE CREATIVE: Earn S8 to $10 TRAINING: Must have valid Florida Chauffeur's SUNSHINE MOTEL ELECTRIC CO

oe.: "- Tti l Warney at 964-7200.' Itchg an hour. Teach basic license. Able to read and writ and prepare reports. 2100 UNDER N.T....pl.: A... 301 S. lawtey Get Results Ceiling Fans &
.bl I" needleprlnt. No experience Itchg 9/16
:...! .; OFFICE 9/16 NEW MANAGEMENT
Trailer
Will Poles
i \\ FOUR H7B-1S Snow Cruiser necessary. Color TV Air Cond.
Call Jeffries
"SHOP train. Penny ,
kt''c. Mud-Snow tires on four low Weekly Rotes 78230G5VACUUM: ()
529-9983 for appointment.Work Handy Man Special
f... .. ,.. *wht( spoke rims 6lug. .
your own hours. 1 tpd SI 1!p r person t tHi 3 Bedroom. I bath wood frame on 1 acre close to
..... ,.. Will fit Toyota *tc. $350. mltm S2 pmr.pirto
9648350. Itpd 9/16 9/16 EARN EXTRA MONEY town. Good assumable mortgage. $21,000.
NOW TAKING APPLICA. Lots of Room More
\r UPRIGHT FREEZER, $150; '
living room TIONS for manager Applyat STARKE LAWTEY RAIFORD 3.4 bedroom 2 bath living room, dining room, kitchen SALENEW
Seven piece -
See at 1004 S. Pep-O, 620 S. WalnutSt. I Applications are now being taken for Times-Union Block home of approximately 1600 sq. ft. Central heat.
., suit $250.
..a ZI4IAOIIA8. ., Stark. Itchg 9/16
: WANTED & USEDWe
liD) SIC ttnlnI., ) a Colley Rd. tpd 910w NEED HOUSEKEEPER: Two Morning Paper Route. Applicants must be able to post : '.car garage good location. $45,500.EverythIng

: :q C: -ot .., J half days. Must have own I I a cash bond, have reliable transportation and a Cash Available Goes Finance Our Own
double
sell rent trade (.80 acres with assorted fruit trees, 24x40 KIRBYS
,uo to ... Buy, car. 964-6339. Itchg 9/16 telephone.
We 1st & 2nd wide with new Insulated roof. Comes with Yamaka
rtmer.trfor; sure results: use: the CRUISE SHIP JOBSI All oc i Call 964.5 16$ Buy ROYALS '
with loader-plows disk
Ol roc '"'j Vant ads in the Telegraph cupations. Great Income Call us for a 155 4 W.D. tractor EUHEKASHOOVKHS I
Mtgs.
? potential. For Informationcall ,, This is an Ideal .uppl.m.ntallncom. for a houswife. Cultivators, trailer, one Angus bull and three cows. All

retirement couple, teacher, etc. quote. for $45,000.
I bn .' 312-741-9780, Dept. ELECTHOLUX

toe '.;011 IJ.> E'' D.SIIfi 2120. Itpd 9/16 EXCELLENT PROFITS. -, -- 964-5010 FILTER QUEENS
I 29.5 acres Old house. $56,900.

s. Construction Co.1(904)4952838Doog. -- -- 10 acres $1700 per acre. SEARS I
,A.'o e. 3 acres well and septic $3,000. COMMERCIAL ;
.: I.J n' .\'@!' ( ) We'repair all makes
FULL TIME Herb Walker. Associate
Building Contrector
,.eo\c 1 t- Working Quality Economics Together.i REAL ESTATE SALESPERSONPAY Shop & Compare!! 964.5958 At Young'sSince

.i .- c Commercial ft Residential Special Insurance for
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,,,. _...,......sA .. .. : Commissions on closing. $200/week draw during ERA Faulkner Realty Realtors 1957
l ".,......T..Slf er T.S Sm ll first 2 months. Commissions during 1st 12 months NEED Mobile Hume Parks 9645065ANNOUNCING 964.6918
1st ....--. 10"t'.Ural Ip.s.4.xe should reach $20,000 cash PLUS equal amount In land. seAl! types of home-
........... "..* 3 "Milts north ol'
.fl t lakefront and 'lake lots
PROPERTY TO SELL: access In ? -
'In: Keystone Heights area for vacation, retirement & MONEY owners policies for '.. 'T 111111. 1"lT R QaaagOAAa.or' Slll'tit on US 301

tit. homesltes. Your Home mobile homes. !
permanent Use
:J J1J5Lott's of Beauty JOB DESCRIPTION: Varied work schedule consisting of We make Call for Quote WellDrilling

approximately 60 hrs/wek entailing rotating with Equity. Olin's Mobile the Opening of

tRD.325 468.2619 existing sates personnel at "on site" sales office 1st & 2nd Mtgs.
HAMPTON Longchamp Enterprises. Associates Inc.
located near Keystone Heights. for Home Sales . . . .
1- Call a
quote
'N Re-Opening in Hampton SOME OF THE FUNCTIONS: Answering phone calls us Elaine M. Olin, Agent You know the name Longchamp because of our quality 2" thru 6"

from customers days, nights or weekends at offIc. 964-5010 964-5506 homes Now get to know us better through our new Fast
t Welcome All My Friends Making appointments for yourself X others to show A Real Estate Office. Rotary

& Customers sell land. Showing & selling land by oppt. during the ... Drilling Equip.

:: week t some weekends. Many Saturdays and Sun. -- YOUR CHOICE Spread out with 4 acres or seller will State LicensedPumps

t: SPECIAL $5 OFF day will be required at the office awaiting customers ATTENTIONSerious divide Into 2 two acre parcels. Not far from town. . . . . .
directed to the property without appointments.

: ALL PERMS QUALIFICATIONS: Have now or will have within 30 Job Seekers GREAT TERMS 1 acre near Keystone Heights. 230 ft. . . . . .
Fla. Real Estate Llcns
day
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b r -i Physically fit. Must be obi* to show wooded land, Would you like to set your own hours with practicallyno

4ZJUL_LN-L__ li1Ui1 sometimes being outside all day during temperaturesIn limit on earnings and have vacation as desired? If FANTASTIC FISHING Just down the road at Hampton 1

.- the 90's.Wemen so. then why'not conveniently work with us sor- Lake beautiful lots only 500 ft. from public boat ramp. E-Z TermsPlumbing
LIMITED TIME ONLY have excelled In this fob. Current sales fore ting/bundling mall. Receive work and payments by .

consists of 7 women and 2 man. mostly In 30'. age mall. Start Immediatelyl For Information a ..1'. LARGE LOT IN CITY Spacious lot on Bessent Road.

rang. addressed stamped envelope assures a prompt reply. can for more details, priced right.
Sals experience I. NOT necessary. Services. P.O. Box 2590, Ocala, '
Mall Marketing
;: ,3 br., brick veneer, IVi bath, central H/A Prefer graduate of Dale Carnegie Human Relations Florida 32671. .- Longchamp Enterprises & Associates, Inc. I New Installation

.1. carport, utility room and.carpeting Course, but not required _. Remodeling Repairs
Must attend Dale Carnegie Sales Course (a 4-hour ssstrssIsSJStSSJ'SStSt't*'*" U.S. 301 South Starke . . . . .
: on your lot29,5OO.OO night class per week for 11 weeks) soon after hired MICHAEL B. COONEY, REALTOR


: paid Warm for, outgoing by company.personality. deriving much satisfaction PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Day 964-7083 Evenings 964-8827 II I .DurraszrePUMP. .

out of making customers happy.IF Fla. 1.800.342.8448 I &

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Member" I SUPPLY
Manager" (who will keep Inquiry In strict confidence
your 1-2 A 3 Bedroom Apts. I
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i. 964.6853 PHONE ) staling.: 1)) Why you want the lob (Include COMPANY

'0 short long rang goals. 2)) Why you think you wouldbe From,'150" to '297" / \ tTJ \ . . . . .

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Of Robbery Jewelry Solved StoreThe Armed Robbery Traffic Arrests 1982 Model closeout'

Suspect ArrestedAn Edward Moss of Gulfport, Miss.
armed robbery of Briers Gem was arrested and charged with
of U. S. Introduction Sale
undetermined amount Model
1983
Jewelry Store, on East Call Street in food unlawful speed,according to TrooperD.
from quick
taken a
Currency was
Starke, was solved September 8 when C. Roberts. Moss, driving a 1979
latent prints taken at the scene were store early Sunday morning for by the a Cadillac,was stopped 3 miles south of
black male who was waiting
identified as the prints of a
the Starke at a speed of 88 mph.
Gainesville man, according to In clerk when she arrived to open Moss posted a $50 cash bond and
Police vestigator Department.Steve Backus of the Starke store.Joe Edward Honesty, 42, has been was released. 1982 Escort Mustang -' Fairmont
arrested and charged with robbery
Timothy Irving Milby,23, is being ,
Donald Thomas Edmark 38 was
held in Shelby County Jail in Memphis while armed by the Bradford CountySheriff's arrested Sept. 11 and charged with Granada at invoice or LesslEXP"s !
Tenn.. awaiting extradition to Department. driving while intoxicated, accordingto
When the clerk at the HandyWayFood
Gainesville where he is wanted on Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. Bond
several charges. male arrived Store to on open SR-100 the store and Griffis Sept.Loop 12 a was set at$300. $500 below "Dealer Invoice"!
On June 29 a young, white small Edmark was released after he ,
waiting for her with a
man was
sprayed mace in the face of the posted a surety bond.
handgun.The man forced the clerk into -
jeweler at Briers Gem Jewelry Store,
grabbed a dozen men's rings from the the store and told her to surrenderall did. The Gregory F. Gable, 27, of Jackson-
counter and ran from the store. He the money, which she ville was arrested and charged with
clerk then told to lie on the floor
left driving a new grey Firebird or was driving while his license was suspended
kill her if whe came
threatened to
TransAm according to witnesses.One and mile north of Lawtey,
one
of the Gainesville charges is for out of the store. The phone remained lines lock-had September 10 Bond was set at $200, 1982 ESCOrt & EXP
been cut and the clerk
grand theft-auto of a stolen
grey according to Trooper D.C. Roberts.
ed in the store until a customer came
TransAm. for help Gable was released after he posteda mile "Ford Care" warranty
Milby, whose last known address to the store and was sent the rob- cash bond. 24 month 24,000

Gainesville was 5800,will SW be returned 20th Avenue to Starkeon bery.Deputy some. thirty minutes Eunice after developedthe Arthur Bruce Norris 22, was arrested includes oil & filters Free for 2 years.
charges of armed robbery, according Sammy and charged with driving while
which
to Chief Jimmy Bowen. case from a vehicle was intoxicated and driving while his
seen parked at the scene early that
Arrested DWI morning. Following Honesty an intensive was day arrested Sept.license 9.Bond. was suspended or revolked 1983 Ranger at "Dealer Invoice"Plus
long investigation
the DWI was set at $300,
PossessionGerald on
And at 12:02 am. and Eunice.charged with bond for DWLS was set at$200.Norris tax starting at S5995 (Uh Stock!)
Lee Hawkins of Starke was the robbery by Deputy released on his own ,
arrested and charged with driving Assisting with the investigation was was to '
,
according
while intoxicated and possession of Investigator Don Denton and the Patrolman recognizance Jerry Miller. why Buy An 82 S10?
more that 20 grams of canntbas Sept. Starke Police Department In- a
vestigator Steve Backus.
13.Hawkins had stopped his truck Honesty,whose last known addressis "Patience Is a necessary in- \
straddling the center,line on SR-100 Griffis Loop,where he was staying gredient of genius." Disraeli' '
near Griffis Loop at 1:50: a.m. Whenhe with a friend, is originally from \
was searched at the Bradford Virginia.Confined. 1982 Thunderbirdsat
County Jail a green substance ) to the Bradford County
(believed to be cannibas) in a plastic Jail,there was no bond set for Honesty. 11.9% Ford Motor
bag was found in Hawkins pants .Dealer invoice" plus

pocket Nichols., according to Deputy Greg FLORIDATHEATRE Credit Financing for 48 months with a

Bond was set at $300 for the DWI Rescue Run Report
charge and $200 on the possession The Rescue Unit operating out of minimal down payment!!
charge. Bradford County Hospital. for the
later Starke 964-5451
of was
The charge possession month of August has issued the
less than 20
reduced to grams.
released on his own following run report. OPEN 3DAYSFri.
Hawkins was the
Total calls received during
recognizance. month were 71. Of these 71 calls, 29 Sat. Sun.
Arrest MadeIn calls were not transported, 42 were All 1982 .& 1983 Ford Trucks
taken to Bradford County Hospitaland
Grand Theft 13 were taken to another hospital. (including Broncos & 4x4's' ) are Sale Priced
During the evening of June 30 a Three calls were alcohol related, 14
vehicle at a home in Country Club were automobile accidents with Injuries prices will be
when
21 our
until ,
Sept.
Estates was entered, gas, a garage and two were special
door opener and a gun were stolen at transports. 29 calls were due to illness ,
that time. ,one was a stabbing and one was I jyiciyi7jLA- ''M! ,_ C !ffi] increased.
Following several months of investigation mental illness. |omEtiiioiffa wow NftMtMMMNI OO
Irvin Gary Browning, 19, Six calls were people with
of Starke was arrested at his home breathing problems, four were car- 301 DRIVEINOPEN MOW & Save IS! !
and charged with grand theft, accor- diac problems,nine were injuries and Buy
ding to Deputy Paul Stegall. A male two were deaths. 4DAYSFri.
juvenile was also arrested in the Four of the calls were cancelledruns
theft. according to Cliff Chapman, ., Sat., Sun., Mon.
Bond was set at$1,000 for the grand Director of Emergency Services. orders on all of our New
taking
theft. Browning was released after he We are now
posted a surety bond. ,
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Carry:
A Complete Line of We 5. 83 Mustang convertibles
Posts Purina Feed and HUII'I.Halldle
&. .
tin Health Products 6-9 Food/ NeedsUr

r Gulf Annual For Cattle 20% IIHTii"! u

Rye crass Range checkers Automatic

523 1001bs. $380 Dog
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wrens Abruzzl 500 lb. Protein Block] FeederWinter

Rye 60.00 }

$ 705 steel Toe Wolverine $20.0JD '78 Ford courier

/ Bushel Bag BOOtS Slip on '81 Datsun 4x4 Air, 4.speed

MoleCricket $4400 20% Happy Dog'' Air, AM-FM, 16,000 miles $349500

Bait pair Dog Food $7595 ,
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78 Ford courier

$1000 40 Ib. bag 750 50 Ib. bag] '81 D a t sun 4x4 $2995

6-8-8 22,000 miles
Green Seeds -- 40% Natural organic' '77 Ford LTD
25 year guarantee $699500
Purple Top Turnips. CCA Treated,I Fertilizer$1.501b $

Mustard. FeneePosts $7,25 100 lb. baG '79 Mustang 'GHIA" 319500Loaded

Broadleaf 6Wx3V2"-4" w/leather interior '76 Ford LTD

F13.52.OOw. $2.OOea.Dolomite I $5295 $ 00

I HybridTurnip $2 50100 Ib. bag

seeds 47" AmericanHeavy Gauge Bird Feed for|' 1 See Clyde, Byron, warney. or Bill TodayMOTORS

F Hog waterers Field Fence parrotsand fh'

Feeders $6400 Parakeets
roll CQCkatiels i .
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State Champs 1965 & 1966...

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undefeated, j }60, '61, ,, '6566; ....,,- .. Not the First Team, The'Second... .. .,..

\ .." ', This wasn't the first football team Bradford High right, Ben Sternber. RE: MozeJI .""(oruel.'t, KT.:
ever fielded against varsity competition. It was the Milton Brounlee, RG: George' Inman, C; Bill
second the 1929 bunch that played 53 years ago.It Graham,. LG; Howard Moore, LT; and, J.It. .t
(:Nookie; >)> Walnright LE. ,
was the first team to win a game. After not coring ., in middle: Lester Price Robinson Q11.And .
.-,. a point and going 0-5-1 (with a scoreless tie with back row I. to r.i: Ralph Cox, RUB; Men
; Dunnellon) in Bradford's first year of football In Futch, FB; and Vincent (Sam) Alvarez, LIIB.
1928 the 1929 team directed by coach Elmer Ihrig Graham remembers those early years and In-
.. lost. its ,first 3 games and didn't manage a score recalled the very first BUS football game in I 192K!>:! ,
against Alachua Gainesville and Lake City. when High Springs layed the still wet-bt>hinc1-th4'
But In the fourth game' of the year they .tallied a ears Tornadoes out ;52-0.)
pair of 6-polnters and beat Cedar 12-7 for theY 1
Key "You're darn right I remember it. they ran every ',
historic first-ever, BUS gridiron win. play right over me." Graham remembered. with a '
They also swamped Green Cove Springs 41-0, and chuckle. It. ,
.., I". -", tied Alachua In a rematch 6-6 to finish that second By the way, It didn't 'lake the Tornadoes long lo I
.,. -,. ,1.year with 2 wins....ZIossesnd. 1 tie learn how to w In. In the third year of Bradford football t ,
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...And the 1982 Tornadoes, This Fall's Ballclub

The 1982 varsity Tornadoes who open their season Friday night at Macclenny, Moore. Tom Johnson. Tony Hill. Rick: Braswell. Teddy Bresee. Alan Stokes. Shannon ,
.Baker County are pictured above. King Carlton Johnson Steve Spelt and Kenny Wright.
They are; from left to right, first row Frank Allen, Emmett-Watkins, Marvin, Back row: Robert Carver John David Francis.. Brad Kussell. Randy Kalkcom.
j I Brown. David Jones Blaine Dyal. Larry Long. Doug Glover Nathaniel Coley, I William Salmon. Eric: Lane. Jimmy Schoening. Wayne Crlbbn.. and Randy Davis.
Melvin Randall and Dale Buchanon. Not pictured are varsity team members Billy Rehberg and Don .""'tSupplement
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1982 Tornado varsity schedule pg. 3

The,1st unbeaten, and an all-tlmew-l-t chart. '. pg. 4 It's Quite a StoryThe

School records In team categories . . pg. 5
Tt idol'days
Bradford County Telegraph and From the start, in the "Purple
school records for Individuals . ,. . pg. 6 sports editor Buddy Collings are glad to br- of the 20's,30's and 40's,wher .rad-
ing you this history of Bradford High School ford teams were clad in purple at gold
coaches records and best-ever records . pg. 7 footbaU. BHS has had a proud football tradit _i.
In it we chronicle the accomplishments of It's a tradition we're dedicate rt of.
Bradford High's first state champ. 8' all the Tornado teams from the 'official' This special supplement is to the
start of varsity Interscholastic competion in hundreds of players coaches,cheerleaders,

The repeaters . . . . . . pg. 9 1928 and introduce you to the boys and girls band members, trainers football.and fans who have
.. playing football and cheerleading this fall. been a part of Tornado
A game-by-game history of BHS football pg. 10 It's quite a history.We .
all remember the state championship We've got the story of Bradford High football -
Larry Brown once a Tornado now a Steeler. 0 pg. 12 teams of 1965 and 1966 when 'Big Red' took in these pages. Complete with picturesof
on, and defeated all comers. And the 1960 the great teams, and record-setting
The 1944 team then and pg. 13 and 1961 squads who went a magnificent players.The .
stretch of 32 straight ballgames without score of every game played since
This year's JV team, with schedule. . . pg. 14 defeat. 1929... the won-lost-tie record for n" 'ford
each school the Tornadoes
Players and fans still talk about galloping High against
'82 freshman charting BHS postseason success. pg. 15 R.J.Turner and the great 1944 team that pil- have met on the gridiron... the school
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ed up 399 points enroute to a 9-1 season.That records... the individual records....
'82 cheerleaders and w-I-t marks vs. opponents pg. 16 point total still stands as easily the best in coaching marks... it's all here.
school history.But You can read about the students who lend

The 1982-83 JV cheerleading squad . . pg. 17 there.good football at Bradford didn't start ching the Tornadoes band that musical performs support-at halft'-the".mar-

introducing the 1982 varsity players . .. pg..18

A look at the BHS band, past and present .. .' ..pg. 19
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1982 BHS football schedule ought to look mighty .
familiar to Tornado grid fans- it's last year's only flip- ',

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The order is the same as in 1981 but all the away games last Meeting s. m.i M WOK I"0 in 8.
October 1 "
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Series History Bradford is win s.mt.iHi." I tieSanta
from last will be home in 82 and vice-versa. .
year games
Fe 81 Record <*!. Sun Bowl ili.u-i. |..
So the Tornadoes went on the road first, opening up the 4
season with the rival Baker County Wildcats for the fourth ,- .: .
straight season this time at Macclenny Friday' September
10. The results were different from last though, the Tor- Last Meeting st Augustine won lnuin III
year October AUGUSTINE"Yellow Jackets" (HC) Series History Bradford 12 win. SI A"III"'I"1 ;CI liSt "
nadoes winning 3-0 in overtime) on a John David Francis field Augustine 81 record S'S 0
goal.
The results weren't so good last week as top-rated Palatka
put it on BHS 39-0 in Palatka Friday night.Two points of in-
terest about that foe: 1)) BHS and Palatka have met 35 timeson October 15 ": '. GAINESVILLE HIGH ""Hurricanes"at last Meeting, Gainesville won 28 0, .in Hi
Series History Gainesville:; 12 wins rir.imnrcio
the gridiron (not counting four meetings with old Palatka Gainesville 81 record B-1. District i unmruii,
South) making this the most-played opponent on the Tornado .
schedule (BHS and Baker have met 32 times). ;-
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Raiders coming to town Friday night for the game that will October 22 also open the Tornadoes' District 5-AAA season. Nortn Marion 81 record 460
Mark down October 8 on your calender. That's homecoming .
with the Yellow Jackets of St. Augustine providing the op-

position.A Last Meeting Bucnnoii won 54 0 in HI 1 -
third consecutive home follows with Gainesville October 29 at Gainesville Buchholz "Bobcats"
game Series History Bradford 6 wins, Hurnnoii 4. 1 lie
High School coming to Starke for a District contest October Bucnnolz 81 record11.1.. District 1 Region champs
15. The Hurricanes are the only team on the 1982 schedule
Bradford has never beaten. The series stands 13-0-0() in favorof
GHS.
last Meeting Suwannee won :25 0 'In 81
After the GHS encounter the Tornadoes go back on the road NovembersNovember at Suwannee county "Bulldogs" Series History Bradford 16 wins Suwannee 7, 4 in"
for three straight at North Marion Oct. 22, at Gainesville Suwannee 81 record, 460
Buchholz (Florida Field) Oct. 29, and at Suwannee County in
Live Oak Nov. 5. The last two are District games. j
The final two games are at home with the final District foe, Last Meeting Eastside won 6.0 In 81 I:
Gainesville Eastside, coming to BHS stadium Nov. 12, and 12 GAINESVILLE EASTSIDE "Rams"MIDDLEBURG Series History Bradford 6 wins. Eastside 4
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neighboring Middleburg finishing up the regular season Eastside 81 record J 7 0.

schedule here Nov. 19.
; The Broncos are only in their second year of existence but
officials at both schools hope their BradfordMiddleburgseries last Meeting Middleburg won 1st meeting 50.7 In HI I
will develop into a strong "friendly rivalry". November 19 "BronCOS". series History,MiddieDurg' 1 win. Bradford 0 f
Middivourg 81 record 9-2. District runnerupv I/I
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The Tornadoes of 1960 continued the string of Keystone Conference championships to that point.Members .
('57 '58, '59, '60. and '61)) and even more than that put together Bradford High's first of that team pictured above are left to right, front row Allen Crews Cecil
undefeated football season, setting the stage for three more in the next six years. Leach, Glenn Harrell, Neal Phillips, Richard Duggar John Miller, Tom bo Smith,
The '60 club was tied by a Larry Dupree-led Macclenny team 13-all In the first game Neal Crawford. Sam Gardner, Jimmy !Malone, Johnny Devore, Marion Cottle and
of the season but tore through the next nine opponents, nipping Holies 19-18 in the last Charles McLeod.
game of the year to preserve an undefeated season. 2nd row, Mike Foster, Df'wayneJcRae! Charles Crews' Bubba Moody, Irwin Martin
That put a rematch with Macclenny in big demand for Starke's Strawberry Bowl John Reddish. Elbert Hersey, Arthur Holiday,Jimmy Lee, Mike Darby. Sammy
and the game was set up. Bias and Jimmy Moore. .
This time the Tornadoes' were clearly superior, winning 28-13 despite another good 3rd row, John Adams, Percy Moody, Medford Sheely, Buster Hughes, Billy Do sling -
showing by Dupree to finish the banner year at 10-0-1. the best mark in school history Marty Starling, Bill Jackson Jimmy Smith.

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Bradford Football History in Brief... A Year-by-Year W-L-T Chart


1928..0-5-1 1938..2-6.0 1947..3-7-0 1956..7.4.0 1965..12-0-0 1974 . .10-2-0
1929..2.7-1 1939..3-7-0 1948..4-5.1 1957..6.4.0 1966..11-0-1 .1915..1-4-0
1930..4-2-5 1940..3-5-1 1949..8-2.0 1958..7.2.1 1967..5-5-0 1976..9-3-0
1931 . .3-4-3 1941 . 5-4-0: 1950 . 5-4-1 1959 . 7-1-2 1968 . 7-3-0 1977 ,. .6-4-0
1932..2-5.1 1942..5-2-2 1951..1.2.1 1960..10-0-1. 1969..3.5.1 1978..8-3-0,
1933..5-4-1 1943..5-5.0 1952..1.3-0 1961..11-0-0 1970..3-6-1 1979..5-5-0
1934 . 3-8-0 1944 . .9-1-6 1953 . 6-4-0 1962 . 6-4-0 1971 . ..82.1 1980 ... 3-7-0
1935 1945..7-2-0 1954..6-4-0 1963..6-4-0 1912..8.2-0 1981 . 0-10-0
1935 no 1946 . 6-3-1 1955 . 7-3-0 1964 . 8-1-1 1973 5.41
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Tornadoes!! of Dili! I continued a dominance of the Keystone Conference and completed The 1H! >I Fighting/( Tornadoes pictured are:, top row, left In right, Torn\ iirdnrr.. ,
the first perfect season in Bradford High history with an 11-0) campaign that Leonard Dugger, Harold Bishop! Ste\e ;Nipper; Kowan Thomas, M.irl.t S"'linJ.tim'. ; >
was capped with a 21-12 win over Holies in the Strawberry Bowl. Kouba, and Dan Dodd.
For :X2 straight games from early in the !1Ijl!) season to midway through the 1962 :Middle row, I. to r., John Adams! Kill Jackson! Laden Cress' .'.MrCuiuh.: Krnnt\
campaign "Big Ked" was unbeatable, with the only dents on the 2N-0-3 mark being ties! Terrell. Buster! Hughes, :Mac: Hall I.arr.J.t'.I.: Jimmy Smith Art llollid.i; >. '
with Lake City ('.iII.! ) Green Cove ('5II! ), and :Macclonny ('(10); ), :Many of the seniors of Bottom row, I. to r., Hubbd :Moody| Percy :Moody Rabbit Reddish! Erwin:, !M.iilin.Dwajne ...
1961! played all the way through that en\,able string under the direction of Coach Ken- :McRae[ Harold Seymour, John I.eIike: 1).Irb.Iil11l11. > :MIMII-' >. F.llicitllersey. :/ (
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( records were compiled by Telegraph sports editor Buddy Callings. If you know of any corrections or additions to the I lint please notify' )him' ,) _

Won Loss RecordsMost Scoring Records Passing RecordsYards Most Shutouts / season

Wins / Season Biggest Margin of victory Passing / Came 7by 1964 team ((10 games)
12 by 1965 team <12-0, state champs) 72in 72-0 win vs. Baldwin 1944 303in 22-30 loss to Fernandina Bch. 1970 6by 1965 team ((12 games)
11-by 1966 team (111-0-1, state champs) 65in 65-0 win vs. Lake Butler 1944 5by 1944, 1955, and 1971 teams!
11-by 1961 team ,dl-0)) 62In 62-0 win vs. Bushnell 1946 Yards Passing / season
10-by 1960 team ((10-0-1)) 60in 60-0 win vs. Xewberry 1944 1,288b1965 team ((12 games)
10-by 1974 team ((10-2)) 1.216by 1970 team <110 games) Total Offense RecordsTeam >
Biggest Margin of Defeat 1.185by 1967 team \UO games)
Fewest wins / season 55 points- 0-55 loss to Palatka 1981 1,097by 1974 team ((12 games) Offense Per came
53 points in 6-59 loss to Lake City 1961 334.5by 1976 team ((4,014 yds.: /I 12:! gaines)
1981
0by team ((0-10))
53 points i in 0-53 loss to Jasper 1938 Touchdowns Thrown / season ,,313.1by 1960 team ((3,44yds.\ / 11 names)
0by 1928 team ((0-5-1))
310.0 1965! team ( / 12
by (3,720 yds. UIIIIM
2by 1929 team ((2-7-1)) 20- by 1966 team ((12 games)
2by 1932 team ((2-5-1)) Most Points / came Both Teams 17- by 1965 team <112 games) 298.3by 1964( team ((2.98: yds / 10 names. )
win Baldwin
72In 72-0 vs. 1944
2by 1938 team ((2-6)) 71in 58-13 win vs. =New Smyrna Bch 1966 Passes completed; / season Total Offense A.1 Came lr
Longest winning Streaks ;' 67... in 60.7 witrvs\..Santa Fe 1961'* '>": 85-r: by 1981 team: ((10 games) .- v G : 560 yards in 34j 25 games- 1960 1962r"*: '. 67- i jnt -26-wn.v <-Lake Butler,1952wsy 'r 84by 1970 am ();,,0( /games) -.f'";,A, v --. '- ( -- '
Total Offense Both Teams /1 Came
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20 games- 1964 -1966 Points Per came / season Passes Attempted / Season 804 yards- in 34-6 win vs. Baker (Co: I'!"/::.
190by 1981 team ((10 games)
39.9by 1944 team ((399 pts / 10 games)
187by 1967 team r
Longest Streak without Loss 30.9by 1966 team ((371 pts. /I 12 games)
.(including) ) ties) 29.4by- 1961 team ((323 pts. / 11 games) / Turnover Records
Most interceptions Thrown season
32 games i960 1962 28.1by') 1965 team ((337 pts. 112 games) Interceptions'/'/ season
: 1981 team'(10( ) *
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29 games'" 1964 -1967, ; ." ,. .,1, ;
.: :'. ._, 24by 1U65! team)< 12 panics)
Fewest Points Per Came / Season 23- by 1966 team ((12 games( )
Longest Losing Streaks' 0.0by 1928 team ((0 points / 6 games) Defensive Records
10 games- 1981 present :' 3.5by 1981 team ((35 points / 10 games) Fumbles Recovered / season
7 games- 1928-29 scoring Averages versus Defense 29by 1966 team ((12 games( )
Best Average Margin of victory 3.0by 1964 team ((30 pts. / 10 games) 21by 1965 team ((12 games! *
RecordsYards 33.5by 1944 team ((399 pts. to 64)) 3.8by 1965 team ((46 pts. / 12 games)
Rushing 24.6by 1961 team ((323 pts. to 53)) 4.8by 1961 team ((53 pts. / 11 games) Fumbles Lost / Came
Rushing/Game 24.3by 1965 team ((337 pts. to 46)) 8- in 0-36 loss to BUfhholI'MMl'! (
444-in 35-3 win vs. Palatka S. 1976 Most Consecutive shutouts
444-in 36-6 win vs. Suwannee Co. 1976 Cames without Being Shutout. 6 games 1944 1945 interceptions Thrown / Came
53 games 1962 BIn 15-411uss to North Marion.. I'WI'!

Yards Rushing per came / season Longest String of Scoreless Quarters
286.7in 1976 ((3,440 yds. / 12 games) Consecutive Games Held scoreless 24 quarters- 1944 1945 Turnovers Both Teams / Came
265.2in 1960 ((2,917 yds. / 11,games) 9192829 17 quarters 1966 14in 0-36 loss to BuchhoU I'JHfl!


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(these. records were compiled/ by Telegraph sports editor Buddy Culling, If you know of any: carritc lion pr addition/ I in |fie //t(! please/ notify him)


Rushing RecordsYards Touchdowns Run and Throw

31-by Wayne McLeod l6 (20 pass, 111'Un'I )
Rushing / came 25-by Donald Falcon 1965 ((17 pass!!, 8 run
346-by Glen "Beaver" DeSue
versus Baker 1975
Passing Records
Yards Rushing / Season .
1,734-by Marvin Tyson 1978 ((11 games) Yards Passing / Came
1,559-by Andrew Carter 1976((12 games) 303-by Dean Johns versus!Fernandind 1970 I No Tackle

1,371-by Malachi Henry 1972 ((10 games) f t Was Easy.
Yards Passing / Season S+asrur<= r,
1,086-by Randy Joiner 1966 <112 games) Against Marvin
1,058by Dwight Elder 1965 ((12 games) 1,181-by Dean Johns 1970((10 games) Tyson who set a school
1.162-by Donald Falcon 1965<412 games) I single-season rushing
Average Yards Per Carry / season 1097-by Jimmy Prevatt 1974 ((12 games) mark with 1.731,yards in
9.-by Andrew Carter 1976 ((172-1,559)) ,1,058-by Eddie Hazen 1972 ((10 games) I17H as the Tornadoes
earned an Elks Bowl bid
... Touchdowns Thrown Came to St. Augustine and won
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p. Y r Brantley to end up 8-:1.:
Touchdowns Thrown season
20-by Wayne McLeod 1966 ((12 games)
16-by Donald Falcon 1965 ((12 games) I

o''411- u Passes completed came
24-by Dean Johns versus Ferandina 1970 r I

Passes Completed / season I
:1fa 85-by John Thompson 1981 ((10 games)
82-by Dean Johns 1970 ((10 games) I

Passes Attempted Came I
41-by Dean Johns versus Fernandina 1970

Passes Attempted / season 1. I
188-by John Thompson 1981 ((10 games)
187-by Dean Johns 1970 ((10 games)

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',1' (minimum 1OO throws) 10-by Bill Adams 1968 ((10 games)
11-by Eddie Douglas 1965 ((12 games)
h 52.1 percent-by Donald !Falcon 1965 8-by Malachi Henry 1972 ((10 games)
9-by Larry Brown 1966 ((12 games) .
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''l 1,734-by Marvin Tyson 1978 Yards Receiving / Season Blocked Punts
:;1 DeSue "High-Stepped" 1,655-by Donald Falcon 1965 663-by Eddie Douglas 1965 ((12 games) 5-by Eddie. Douglas 1965

)" Baker County for 346
, Glen "Beaver" DeSue ran wild on a Receiving RecordsPasses .. "-, -- .'. .. ;. ... .
1975 Friday night chalking up 346 yards
the most ever by a Tornado back In a caught / Game 'ax
11-by Tim Murphy versus Suwannee 1970
romp over. the rival' Baker County :

\ Wildcats. Passes caught season '' \\I?

50-by Tim Murphy 1970 ((10 games) WPWxWz1And d 'W'

Scoring Records
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Touchdowns Caught / Came % ?I
1 Touchdowns scored Came '4-by Donnie Sewell versus Milton .,.;j>' / \'
\ 5-by R.J. Turner versus Lake Butler 1944 AM & FM
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Touchdowns Scored Season 144-by Donnie Sewell versus MiltonA 1490 AM -' 106.3 FM .6 /
23-by R.J. Turner 1944 (10( games)
Malachi 1972 ((10 ) "'"
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Elmer Ihrig 1929 2-7-1
+,r Lovell 1930-31 7-6-8
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MacQueen 1934 3-8-0

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1965 12-0-0 State Champs (Hurse) 1971 8-2-1 Sunshine Bowl Champs. (Hurse)
1966 11-0-1 State Champs (Hurse) 1978 8-3-0 Elks Bowl Champs (Hurse)
1961 11-0-0 Strawberry Bowl Champs (Register) 1959 7-1-2 (Register)
1960 10-0-1 Strawberry Bowl Champs (Register) 1951 7-2-1 (Hobbs)
1944 9-1-0 Suwannee Conf. Champs (Hobbs) 1958 7-2-1 (Register)
1974 10-2-0 District & Region Champs (Hurse) 1945 7-2-0 (Geiger)
1976 9-3-0 District & Region Champs (Hurse) 1968 7-3-0 (Hurse)
1964 8-1-1 (Hurse) 1952 7-3-0 (Hobbs)
1949 8-2-0 Suwannee Conf.. champs (Hobbs) 1955 7-3-0 (Register)
1972 8-2-0 (Hurse) 1956 7-4-0 (Register)

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This 1965 group went all the way In just the third year of state championship football The 12-0 group pictured Is. from left to right, front row:; Donnie Falcon, Dwight
playoffs: for Florida high schools: and became Bradford High's Initial state title win- Elder Butch Redding Steve Tilley.
2nd row: Jim Godwin Eddie Douglas, Richard Crews, Calvin Varnes Mickey
ner.The Tornadoes were a perfect 10-0 in the regular season,the second Bradford High Agner. Douglas Conner. Ronnie Tomlinson.
club to do that, and edged by favored Auburndale 14-7 in the state semifinals. The 3rd row: Harry Hatcher.. David Shannon. Roger Chilson Randy Joyner John
championship game was a walkover as Wauchula saw a sea of"Big Ked" and was Spengler.Jimmy Blackshear. Eddie Stancil.
drowned 39-0.It was a fitting capper to a year when Bradford outscored the opposition 4th row: Marlie Sanderson, Wayne Blankenship,Joey Reese Andy Mayton, Larry
337: points to 46. Connell. Ronnie Newman Leaton Morgan,and Johnny Bradley.
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The only thing harder than winning a state football championship in talent-rich! the playoff again and beat Auburndale :24-7 and Plantation for the crovut. .
Florida is winning two In a row. Only 12 schools In the four classifications have been That 19 squad pictured abo\e is, from left to right( front rIm : Coach :MikrSi-xlon.
able to turn that trick since the playoffs started in 1963 (Tallahassee FAMVon: :3 l Joey Keese. Konnie.Tomlinson, Leaton :Morgan, Eddie Stuncil. Roger ('hil un. Jim
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One of those schools is Bradford High as the 1966 edition of the Tornadoes capped an 2nd row, : Coach Tony Griffith, Harry Hatcher Wa\lUankl'n..hill.lla\iol| ) Shannon, \
11-0-1 campaign with a 20-6 victory over Ft. Lauderdale Plantation in the class ".\" Wa\McLeod.: Randy Joyner, Andy :\Ia.tonIarlie: Sandorson.
(now AAA) championship contest. 3rd row : J. Roy Chasteen, Paul Smith. Billy Itelote.. I'aulId.I'uoi.: l. Tex I'lilrifk.!
The Tornadoes only slip-up of 1966 was a 6-6 draw with LIe Oak that halted a Plenn Gnann, and Johnny Warren. \'
20-game winning! ..streak !but! .BUS. came. _'back_to..edge. .rugged, Lake City_:23-20!. t to !get; to. \
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Bradford. High School Football. .. A Season-by-Season Recap. Wit!

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:" 051o BHS !5-4-1'" i: .- .:'r '6i, ", y. Bolles' .26' '., o St. Leo 6
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,., '.High SpringS 52 12 Live Oak ,. .,. 0 ./. Q : palatka ..12.. ', : 13 Trenton ::6
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o Dunnellon 0 \ 13 Alachua 6 46 100'> ;" City
Q.!' Green Cove ..12,64 .
o Cedar Key 24 13 New Smyrna'6; :

o Wildwood 6 6 Lake City .; 32 192

o 1 Riverside 19 6 Ketterllnus 19 1941 .
0 Wildwood JL: .7 'High Springs 19 OHS 5-4-0 ,, / ." -
o Palatka 6 Green Cove 0 ., 1948BHS'
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18 Newberry 0 1 D B SChool 0 451r'

18 Jasper -13 19 WildwoOd 6 :' k ,20 Newberry 0

1929 -, ..:L Lake Butler -7- O. Alachua ,. 12 0 Seabreeze 10
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47 Reddick 0 0 'Palatka 10'' _
8MS 2.7.1 100 \108 ,.
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o Cainesvllle 27 19548HS o Bolles 40 .. 0 Monticello 0
o Lake City 12 50o 13 Jasper 31 27. P.K. Yonge 6- ,
MonticellO 0 6 St. Leo 20' .
12Cedar Key 7 Lake City 31 42.. '

6 1 D & 8 SChool 21 o Newberry.. 18 179 110 .27... Lake Butler 0
o High Springs 6 o Lake City 0
o Live Oak 2
6 Alachua 6, 12Hastings 0 1942 4Q,> Green Cove 0
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2 St. Augustine 6 2 Ketterllnus '. 19 8HS ,5-2,2 j. 121'\, 89

41 Green cove 0 o Alachua ;. 10 19 Baldwin O. '

fL Jax Lee "B" L., ;. '.' 0 perry' 13 o Green cove Springs O. : :. 1949

73 138 vi 6 Chlefland'' '. 0 o Lake CItY 24" 8MS' 8-2..0
i 26 Trenton' 0 o Cainesvllle 13 44. Williston 0

o Madison 6 34 Alachua 0 6eSeabreeze 20.
1930OHS S4 Bolles.. r ..12.. 20 Hastings 20 18 Palatka6

4-2-5 60 119 41 St. Paul'S 0 25 P.K. Yonge 6

7 Jasper 0 34 Jasper O.. 13 Alachua 0
-- 6 Live Oak 6 ..49.: Lake Butler .JL'. y yn 7 Newberry 0 .
13 Lake Butler 6
o Alachua 0 51 ,
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I o Lake CIty 32
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o High springs ,t 7 Green cove 0 .
6 St. Augustine 6 1943BHS .
o Lake City 0 :-. 5-H! 1'I 1'\ : r.1z.. Alachua ..1!.

6 Chief land 0 I 18 ,Lake Butler 13 .r '160 84

18 Summerfield 0 r ".:." I 0 Alachua 13
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7 Alachua 7 t 13 Green cove 19' '. 1950
o Fernandina 27 4 I 19 Newberry 18 8HS 5-4-1

.12. Webster9... t 28 Hastings 7 > 26 WIlliston 0

70 65 ) 13 polles 2S ;'" \r 6 Sea breeze 13

.", 46 Baldwin 0 6 Palatka 14 ,
1931 14 Jasper 33 28 P.K. Yonge 6

\ ; 7 High Springs 19 n 10..: Crescent City 0 .
8HS 3.4-3 ,)L Bunnell 19 1 1. Deland 13 .,'
13 Lake Butler 0 ., 6 I Lake Butler 6 .
191 1" o '_ Ketterllnus 19
7 cnlefland 7 '.
6 Live Oak. 25 < ...1 ...: 6 ,- Green Cove .n.
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o High springs 0 ;" .. o Ciainesvllle 32 .'
o Lake CItY 20 1951
37 Bunnell 0
o Alachua 0 18 5t. Paul'S 6 ,,, 8HS 72.1

1 Trenton 6 i ; 12 .St. Augustine 7 ,':y. 14. New smyrna 0 .
12 Jasper 13 : 20 / WIlliston 7
25 Fletcher 7.
.JL \, Williston7 ._._.. > 59 White SpringS 0 t. r:..- 14.. '." Seabreeze 18

78 78 Tough Tackle... 65 Lake Butler O. ,,;. 7" Palatka. 10
72 Baldwin .. 0 7 P.K- Yonge 7 :i. .
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1932 60 Newberry 0
High's 1949 Suwannee Conference champs
19 St. Leo 14
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was -. 6 Ketterllnus 20
0 Lake Butler 12 64
o Live Oak 0 399 ., 18 ", Green cove 13
25 Chlefland 0 12' Lake Butler 7
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0 Callahan 19 .
t IMS 2.6-0 8HS 7-3-0
o Lake CItY 32 o Green Cove .27 .... 1 Lake Butler 0' .. I: 1952

6 Alachua19 13 Jennings 0 7 cainesvllle 21 8MS 7-3-0
18 Jasper 0 't ,
34 Bunnell 12 r. '
7 Cainesvllle 12 18 Leesburg 0
.Jt. Williston22... o High SpringS 20 .13 Cross CItY O' 19 Seatlreeze 7
49 102 6 Chlefland 12 0 St Augustine 7.. 6 Palatka 12
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i ,' :" 19 Jennings 1)). .'!T 62 Bunnell 0 6-4-0.:.
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k 7 High sprlhgs' ; 19O' 26 St Leo 0 r:
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Jaspen .18 ; 1 0 ': Palatka 1217 -
o D B School;v 14.! ,'{J 7 Bolles' 13' -P.K. Yonge
"', '...'. 7 palatka' 21, Iii ;\.: 0 Palatka 0 : 13 ". New Smyrna 101

..aQ Williston 0' 47 Newberry 0-1 .: 10' Macclennv ,
ter j>0; 0 St: Leo 12 44 Jacksonville Tech. 0 '
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........ ." ''.','f'"' ,. ,. W.11./: Lake CItY .2Q. .39 Seabreeze 14-:
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194Ot Q,; .. Green Cove 7rs !
BHS 3-5-1 t: orJ. : : ,'A ', "", 44 Lake
A 1947 Butler. 0 .
i .. 20 Green Cove i ft r' 12. J .' 8HS ,:. 5-7..0 ..;). : !f..jt't'J":1, :'t"-:, :!J, 9 4 .. ... S .' s . 81 .. .
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Terri Parker
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: Smyrna .,;,,10 .13 St. Augustine 6 I
.0" Lake City. ". 255 98
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14', Seabreeze .' 41 Orange Park 0 :. '
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O' Ketterllnus 35 1959 : 26 Palatka Smyrna. 7 I
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1a Fernandina 21 Baker 0 '' :
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35 Bolles ..: .
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.I .14 Auburndale 7
8HS 7.3-0 .12' Live Oak 6
20 Baker '; ;' 0 ; 7 Lake City 7 39 Wauchula 0

7 Monticello" 0' .:': 35 Fernandina 6 .. :,A." .. ;
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12,1;', Lake CItY : 32 283 1966 :
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20 perry 0 8HS 11.0.1 .I.

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42 Santa Fe 0 f ',
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''r 26 P.K. Yonge 6 i 7 Live Oak 7
1956 ... \ .' 18 Palatka 7 40 Fernandina 6 Twice All-State...
BMS 7-4 ," ..' ., '. 20 Live Oak 6';
23 Lake CItY 20 Tommy Edwards: was. flrst-lcani all stair
27 Baker 0 28 Fernandina 0 ; 25 Orange Park 14 at' offensive tackle for 'the T<.rnuil
0. Monticello0,1. 7 Santa Fe 0 ,' .- .-State PlaYOffS24 the elite tram In I' 7I' and! Tt.:;
14 P.K. Yonge 6' 25 Green Cove 19 Auburndale 7
o Palatka" .7 19 ';" Bolles '18 ,
20 Ft. Lauderdale 6
', o Bolles 16
27 Deland .119 (Strawberry Bowl) '.s s2L "
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13 perry 12 Baker .11. .
.. 327 (State Champs 86 26 Green Cove 7
o Seabreeze 26 223 95 ,,
o ;> 20 Fernandina 14
'Ketterllnus 31
v 1967 27 Orange Park 16
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Sanfe Fe 6 .
1961 BHS 5.5 21 Santa Fe 0 -
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Green cove 12
8HS 110r 26 Baker 13 (Sunshine Bowl)

L ,Monticello -JL ? 18 Baker 0.- 25 Santa Fe 13 34.. Ocala Forest .J5,

116- : 131, 21 WOOdbine 0 19 St. Augustine 0 198 '
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34 P.K.YOnge 0 7 Bolles 21

1957 .. .-"' 57' Monticello 7., 7 Palatka 13
1972
8HS.!..M 1-4 //14 27 Palatka 6 ,!. 14 Bishop Kenny 0 BHS 8..2
6 Baker 0 Live Oak 0 12 Orange Park 19

13 Bolles .0 : 34 Fernandina 14., 6 Lake CItY 59 21 vanguard 14

38 ,:' P.K. Yonge 13 :.'. 60 Santa Fe 7' : ..:" 6 Live Oak 33 34 16 BUChholz 7

'." 6;: Palatka 18}': 24 13"'. Green Cove 7 f', ..12... .'1 Fernandina2' ?: ," ,_:. 20 St.Live Augustine oak "_.13'7 .
Lake City 0 .
6 -",i!." Deland 7" -'-. 161'" : r' "192 27 Salles 6'.
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o 5eabreeze 6 21 BOlles .1L : 7 Palatka 14
1988 33 Green Cove 6
7 Ketterllnus 23 302 53 8HS 7.3 42 Fernandina 0

39 santa Fe 19 1962 26 Baker' 0 7 Orange Park 7

A Green Cove 0cr 8HS &-4 33 St. Augustine 0 21 Eastside _6_

154 .4! ...;. ,.. ';92s 1'>.1'i ..,21 Baker 7 ''. ", ;. 13 16 Live Bolles Oak 12 0 243 80
k, 33 santa Fe 0 \, .
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BHS 7-2-1 .:;" 35 Monticello 12 7 Perry 12 BHS 5.4-1 -

14 : Baker 6 6 Lake City 12 33Fernandina 19 21 vanguard 0
13 Bolles 7 12 Palatka 14 3 Lake CItY 27 14 BuChhOlz 14

20 P.K. Yonge 7 7. Live oak 20 \' _U. BIshOp Kenny :;.l2. 13 St. Augustine 16

6 Palatka 18 34 Fernandina 13 198 122 27 Live Oak 12
13 Perry 6 19. Green cove 6 6 Bolles 14

6 Lake City. 13 0 Gainesville 0 .' 1969BHS 0 Palatka South 30;

27 Fernandina 7 180 97 ',,5-1 20 Baker 7
25 santa Fe 13 13 Baker 0 13 Fernandina 7
19 Green Cove 7 ,
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1-4 12 St. Augustine 0 continuedon
13 Baker 6. o LIve Oak 0
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Lake. City 7 13 perry 16
o Palatka 21'" 12 Fernandina 7

12 Live Oak 9. -.2. Lake City1I.. sw

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w o St. Augustine 6 .', .>.. ?..i..

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fL Gainesville A 8HS 3.6-1

90 73 41 -Baker- 6

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1964 7 St. Augustine 8 r1f
8HS 8-1.1 14 Live Oak 27 40

21 Baker 0 o Bolles 7
,7 santa Fe 0 6 Palatka South 21
27 St. AUgUstine 0 7 Green Cove 6 i

I 32 Bishop Kenny 6 22 Fernandina 30 )I
o Palatka 0 : 43 Orange Park 13 /
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21 Fernandina 0 : J.
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Big Larry Brown (no. 79)), an end on the 1966 state championship team at BUS wenton Still starting, now at offensive tackle after beginning his career at tight end, and
to Kansas University on scholarship and is now In his 11th year as a member of the still protecting Bradshaw Brown Is regarded as one of the ageless wonder of the
I Pittsburgh Steelers. NFL.
Veterans like Sam Davis "Mean Joe" Green. John Kolb. L.C. Greenwood, Dwight Year after year he survives the pounding of pro football's trenches' talking of
While Rocky Blier, John Banaczak. and Randy Grossman are gone, most of them retirement, but always up to now shrugging it off.
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continued 20 Ocala Forest 35 7 Eastside 0 10 0 Buchholz 7
34 ,Baker Co 6 o Ware 24 28 vanguard 8
from pg 11 24 Rickards 6 11 Ocala Forest 19 _33_ Live Oak _12_
16 Live Oak 14 12 palatka 7
164 185
6 Orange Park 20
9 Macclenny 7
8 Fernandina Bch. 9
3L Eastside .19_ -State PlaYOffS- o St. Augustine 14 1980

141 139 o Tarpon SpringS 6 .2Q. Live Oak -L BHS 3-7 '

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BuChhOlz 23 :0' 'N 0 1976 13 Baker 0 : 7 30 St: Augustine .20
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21 Live Oak 0 9 18 VangUard 15 13 Buchholz j .10 10 North Marion 14
21 Bolles 9 '0 28 BUChholz 20 34 Green Cove 6 o BuChhOlz 0 36
15 Baker 14' 14 Monticello 0 3 Eastslde 23 00 Live Oak 15

34 Fernandina 13 26 Eastside 6 .. o Ocala Forest 6 B.... Fernandina11...
35 Orange Park 14 35 Palatka South 3 21 Palatka 13
34 Eastslde 0 35 waycross 7 20 Vanguard 0 134 194
28 North Marion 0 6 St. Augustine 13: 14 St. Augustine 7

-State PlayoffS- .. 1 Ocala. Forest 14: 35 Live Oak 18 1981
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The'' 1944 Tornadoes pictured above didn't just beat opponent, they pulverized Shuford Bobby Biggs. Bill Burney Marvin Manning John Anderson Bobby Turner,
them, scoring 399 points to the opponents' 64 during the 9 win I loss season and piling( K.J. Turner, Doyle Conner.
up victories by scores of 72-0. 65-0. 60-0. and 59-0. No BUS ballclub has ever scored as Standing I. to r., Charles Mooney. Ronald Andrews. Wilbur Turner Baglien. Paul
many points in a game or season. Canova Jerome Johns. Herbert Fillegraw. Billy Miles. ('o180n, Bradley. Ralph
They were led by the superlative running back R.J.Turner, who still holds Tornado Alvarez Saubern, B.C. lloltzenforrf. _
school records for touchdowns ((23)) and points ((13X in a season.The head coach was
J.C. llobbs.
The players and coaches on that magnificent team were: sitting left to right( : B.
McRae J.B. Godwin. Billy Edward. Asst. Coach Carson Geiger Thomas "Red" Don't 'Fumble' Around

Wadsworlh. Coach James Hobbs Jack Hall Lyle Anderson Gene Cope. ,,1 i" ,
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Here's a present-day look at the outstanding 1944 team,as they gathered for a class .. .,. .
reunion at the Starke Golf and Country Club over the summer.
The group honored Coach llobbs. and the late II.A. Bishop who coached the 1943
ballclub In their spare time without compensation while coach Hobbs was employedby
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Coach Hobbs said he was especially pleased to see former members of the first foot-
ball team he coached at BUS.
Pictured are from left to right, front row Bobby Biggs. Bill Burney. John Anderson TEAL TILE & CARPET
,Coach llobbs. Steve Weldon R.J. Turner; and Warren Winkler.2nd .
row: Ralph Alvarez. Bobby Turner Lyle Anderson Thomas Wadsworth, Edgar
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!y SeatedAndy Nguyen Paul Casey (quit)). Chuck Goodowns Chris Kenner Timmy :, 964-5849 1520 S. Walnut
Nugent, Frank Sheffield Robert Bellamy.Willie Wright. and Jamie Whitehead.
" 2nd rowcoach Bill Sexton,Jim Nguyen.Gordon Smith.Danny Jordan (quit).Tony' : CERTIFIED
Davis Patrick Mills. Doug Samons Hank Hodges. Rusty Sullivan. Gerald Brown
3, Barry Warren Barry Boswell.and coach Jimmy Prevatt. -
, 3rd rowcoach Keith Tetstone Clint Hutcheson Richard Crosby Daren Chandler
" Robbie Boone. Dan Duffy, Rob Spite,Craig Falstreaux. Matt Widener. Richard Or- BONDED .
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Not pictured are Antonio Jones and Kerry Hall. Mobile Lock Shop

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Seated-The 9th Mark graders!Hodges.playing football in 1982-83 are (from left to right I 3rd'row- coach Keith Tetstone Ray Davis, Mike Chappell Daniel Criffls, Darrell
I Irving Meres Ricky Nipper Jason Muggins. John Watter- Polk Keith
Kehoe. Rodney Tomlinson Eric Crawford Randy Thompson Russell
Drew Davis Chris Cribbs,
son Brett Russell, and .
rowcoach Bill Sexton, Todd McCloud.2nd Smith,,:Scott; Anders Wesley Thomas, and head coach Rick Stevens.
Billy Jackson Tommy Parker Aaron Mathews.Danny Not pictured are Stefan Wheeler Ron Mills Andrew Timmons Jack Cramer, Ken-
Manning. Kelly Bigham. Keith
Long Lonnie Hamilton, and coach Gillingham Jimmy Prevatt.Bradford Clinton.Jenkins Wendell Shanks. Frank Jeffery neth Holmes McClellan.Shaun Jackson Jimmy Loiacono. James Carlton, Jesse Barber, and

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1965 BHS 14 Auburndale 7
Here's how Bradford High's Tornadoes BHS 39 'wauchula 0 (finals)
HS in have fared in postseason games, bowls and
state playoffs.The 1966 BHS 24-AUburndale 7 Bowl Games
record shows the Tornadoes have BHS 20- Plantation 6 (finals) 1956 BHS 7, Monticello 6 (Strawberry)
been historically rugged when a playoff or 1958 BHS 14 >Jax Parker 14 (Strawberry)
bowl championship is on the line. BUS has 1974 BHS 35- Milton 14 1960 BHS 28 Baker Co. 13 (Strawberry)
Postseason Play won 11 postseason games, lost just 3, and ocala Forest 6. BHS 0 1961 BHS 21 Bolles 12 (Strawberry)
1971 BHS 34 Ocala Forest 15 (Sunshine)
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1975 Tarpon Springs 6-BHS 0 1978 BHS 17 Lake Brantley 7 (Elks)
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nado varsity cheerleaders, with attributesof Mr. and Mrs. Simon( Mitchell. a cheerleader for Michelle, a 16 year old is one of the bases for the squad and,
the girls provided by cheerleading spon- junior at BHS. displays endurance and motivation.
sor Barbara Brown: Khandice Stroud- A senior in her 3rd Her' hobbies include Softball, where,she
j year as a cheerleader Khandice exhibits a She has a super vivacious personality and plays shortstop for !the BHS girls team, and
Kathy GIllinghamKalhy is a 1J year old vivacious personality that is an assett to the is always on top of things, especially. dancing. Mashell the daughter of Mr. and
senior in her 4th year of cheering at BUS. squad. pyramids. Mrs. Willie B. Brown.
Horseback riding is a favorite hobby for Her hobbies are reading. dancing, and
She Is a very enthusiastic member of the Khandice, the daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. sewing. Michelle is the daughter of Mr. and Renee Wlm erly- 16 year old junior at
squad, offers moral support and strength.Her William Stroud. Mrs. Lloyd R. Stillwell. BHS Renee has been cheering for 2 years.
hobbies are skiing, bicycling, and She displays much enthusiasm and spirit.
I, sewing. Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Larl Ann JOhns- A junior at BUS Lari Donna Thornton- A junior 'at BHS and Hobbies for Renee include reading and
Mrs. Keith D. Gillingham.Sadie Ann is in her 3rd year as a Tornado in her 3rd year of cheerleading,Donna is the dancing. She is the daughter of Mr. and
cheerleader.She co-captain of the squad. Mrs. Richard Chandler.
McDuffie Also a 17 year old seniorin offers enthusiasm, spirit, and sparkleto She displays leadership, enthusiasm, and
her 4th year of BHS cheering, Sadie is !the the squad. endurance. Angela Folsom- A 16 year old junior in
captain of this year's squad and initiates She likes dancing skiiing and swimming Hobbies for Donna are swimming, skiing, her 3rd year of cheering for BHS Angela is
leadership and enthusiasm.! along with cheering. Larl Ann is the and dancing. She is the daughter of Mr. and described vivacious, sprited, and very
Favorite, hobbies include cheering of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Johns. Mrs. D.W. Thornton. quick to learn.
Her hobbies are swimming, skiing and
Mashell Brown- A 16 year old junior at gymnastics. Angela is the daugher of Ms.
I 'BUS Versus All its OpponentsTeams BHS Mashell is in her 3rd year cheering for Phylis Folsom. ,

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Alachua . . 6-4-5 Jasper. . .4-6-0 P.K. Yonge . .12-2-1
Santa F. . .15-2-1 Jennings . 2-0-0 palatka south . 1-3-0 *
High springs . 0-7-1 Jesuit (Tampa) 1-0-0 palatka H.S. . 8-24-2 : Gator Gus
Auburndale . .2-0-0 Jax Tech . . 1-0-0 Perry . . 4-3-0 says. *
Baldwin . . .3-0-0 Ketterllnus . 1-1 i-o F.L. Plantation . l-o-o .
Bishop Kenny . 41.1 St. Augustine 12-9-2 Reddlck . 1-3-0 *';
Bodes . . ..8.110Bunnell Lake city . . 4-19-3 Rickards, Tallahassee.1-0-0 GO. '
. . 41.0 lee JV Uax) . 0-1-0 Riverside, Jax. . 0-1-0 ... .
Callahan . . .0-1-0 lake Brantley . 1-0-0 St. Paul's . .2-0-0 '. .
west Nassau . 1-0-0 Lake Butler . .12-1.2 St. Leo . 5-3-0
Cedar Key . . 11.0 Leesburg .1-0-01 Sea breeze 4-5-0 : GATORS :
thief land . . 3-1-1 Live oak 17-7-3 I Summerf 1-0-0 _
Crescent City . 1-0-0 Madison .0-1-0 Tarpon Springs . .1.1-0 | FIGHTING GATORS | *',
cross city . . 2-0-0 Macclenny 28-2-1 Trenton . . 3-0-0 .
Deland . . . 31.0 Mlddleburg . .0-1.0 ware Co. ca. . 0-1-0 .:
ounnelion . . 0-O-1 Milton . . 1-0-0 Webster : : . 1-0-0 We Will Be Showing a lot of football on our Big Screen TV this fall '
Fletcher Uaxi) . .1-0-0 I Monticello . .621 waycross, Ca . 1-0-0 '
Fernandlna . 21-4-0 Newberry . 7-1-0 wauchula . .,. 1-0-0 Come watch it with us *
Fla. Deaf ft Blind . 3-2-0 New Smyrna . 70ONorth Wildwood . 2-2-0 *<
Gainesville. .0-13-0 Marion . .1.2-0 White springs . 1-0-0 + ;' -' .
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!\ G'vllle Eastslde . .6-4-0 Ocala vanguard . 7-1-0 woodbine, Ga. . 2-0-0
Green Cove . .24.71t Orange Park . 7-2-0 r-* '. U.S. 301 N. Starke *
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I Here's the junior varsity and freshman team cheerleaders for 1982-83: Top row, I. to r., Tammy :Morrow Valerie Randolph and Erica irurn. I
Bottom row, left to right, Kim Brown, Stacey Reddish,Tonya. Rigby,:Melanie Wood, Sponsor for the squad is Cathy Register.
Ronda Sapp. Cindy Winkler, and Sheron McCuthen.




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Rhonda sapp- Captain of the '82-83 Kim Brown-Soon to be IS, Kim is a 2nd- Stacey Reddish- A newcomer to BHS Sheron McCuthen- Another now
squad, Rhonda is a 15-year-old sophomoreand year JV cheerleader as a sophomore and cheerleading Stacey is the 14-year-old cheerleader, Sheron is the 14.year.olel l l I
2nd year JV cheerleader. She is the the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Dale Brown of freshman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. MvCutchcon
Starke.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon R. Sapp of Starke. Arthur Reddish of Starke. of Starke and a 9th grader.Out .

Tonya Rlg y- Another of the 5 returningJV .
Cindy' Winkler Cindy,the co-captain,is a spirit-leaders Tonya is a 15-year-old
14-year-old freshman, the daughter of Mr. sophomore, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Edward Winkler of Starke. Charles Rigby of Starke.

Melanie wood- Another returner from <
is and the Tammy Morrow- Also a 14-year-old
last year's Jayvees, Melanie 15,
freshman Tammy is the daughter of Mr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Wood of and Mrs.A.C. Morrow..
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Erika Cruen 14-years-old and a sophomore Valerie is the daughter of Mr. *
freshman, Erika is the daughter of Dr. and and Mrs. Lester Randolph and is in her 2nd
Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. year of cheerleading.

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Rick Braswell- Junior no. 24, 160 These are the 13 seniors on the 1982 Tornado football team. and Melvin Randall.

pounds. Braswell is a motivating factor for On the first row are, left to right, Emmett Watkins, David On the back row. left to right, are, Marvin Brown, Dale
the Tornadoes if for nothing else than his Jones, Blaine Dyal, Larry Long, Doug Glover Nathaniel Coley Buchanon, John Bennett, Kenny Wright, and Frank Allen.
coming back from a serious motorcycle ac-

cident. '

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duties with John David Francis. varsity as a soph, and could be a Tornado pounds. Up from JV. Brad is working at of action. I II
standout his final 2 campaigns. nailing down a varsity cornerback slot. I
Marvin Brown- senior, no. 10, 160 William Salmon- Junior, no. 42, 175 Sam TYson- Junior, no. 72,185 pounds. I
\ pounds. A new addition to the team who Tony Hill- Junior no. 71, 197 pounds.
pounds.Showed good aggressiveness and a Spring practice was Tyson's first football j
}, moved over from Gainesville in time for Many players have grown in the offseason, mixture of strength and speed on the JV last experience but he may be pressed into action -* ,
Spring practice, Marvin starts at defensive but none more than Hill who has bulked
up year and is being counted on to continue on the thin offensive line.
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f back and has been the second leading over 20 pounds. Up from the J V, he starts at that progress as a varsity running back. -'- !

ballcarrier early. offensive tackle. Donald Thornton sophomore, no. 78,

Jimmy SChoening- Junior, no. 13, 150 255 pounds. When the jayvees needed
Dale Buchanon- senior, no. 70 210 Tommy JOhnson- Junior, no. 50, 195 last
pounds. One of the top defensive and offen- tough yardage year they went behind
pounds. A two-year starter and one of the pounds. "one of the most dependable and sive threats for the J V of '81 Schoening mov- this guy who is now fighting for time at offensive
tri-captains Dale is counted on to be both a hardnosed ballplayers we've got, a good ed tackle
up to play varsity cornerback towards on varsity. "We expect him to
force at defensive tackle and a squad kid," is the way coach Hurse describes the end of the,year and will start there this keep improving and see a lot of playing
; leader. Johnson. His ability to "knock you on your season. time," Hurse says.
butt" makes him a natural for the starting

Robert Carverjunior, no. 12, 140 center position. Unfortunately he tore knee Steve Spell- senior, no. 75, 180. A Emmett Watkins- senior, no. 32, 175
poundS. Called "one of the most hardnosedkids ligaments at practice and is out of action for starter at guard last year Spell is strongerdue pounds. A leg injury forced him out of mostof
out here" by coach Hurse Carver will several weeks. to weightlifting and has moved to tackle his junior campaign, but Watkins, maybethe
play the monster position on defense and for his As the best all-around athlete
4 senior campaign. only letter- on the team, is
serve as backup quarterback. He had a big Carlton Johnson- junior, no. 83, 150 man in the offensive interior his experienceis counted on for both on-field and off-field ex-
Spring jamboree at QB. pounds. A JV graduate, -Johnson adds an obvious assett. cellence as a senior.A .

depth at end. leader by example and one of 3 tri-
Nathaniel COley- senior no. 65, 165 Alan Stokes-Junior, no. 74,215 pounds. captains, he could be the player who makes
poundS. It's his first year of football but David Jones- senior, no. 82, 155
One of the bigger Tornadoes Alan moved in the BHS veer offense go as quarterback.
Nate has a shot at starting at noseguard and pounds. A transfer from Jacksonville late from Jacksonville Ed White llighSchool "With Emmett we should have good ex-
also will provide assistance to a thin offen- last year David starts at tight end for the and is trying to break into the lineup at of- ecution on offense and he'll open things up

sive front. Tornadoes. fensive tackle. for our dive man," Hurse says.

Wayne Crlb S- Junior, no. 54, 180 Shannon King- Junior, no. 87 150
Oliver Tyson sophomore, no. 34, 202 Kenny Wright senior, no. 53, 165
pounds. Wayne moves up from the JV to pounds. Up from the JV Shannon is work-
pounds. "great potential" is the way Tyson pounds. The leading tackler for the Tor-
play offensive guard and backup center. He ing at tight end. has been described since he was first movedto nadoes last year, and a 2-year starter at
also be called for defense.
" might on the offensive backfield as a 9th grader noseguard, Wright is a senior captain for
Eric Lane- junior no. 20,150 pounds. A last year. 1982. __
Randy Davis junior, no. 81, 160 member of the school record-setting 440

pounds. Randy won a defensive end spot relay team and as such maybe the fastest no. name wt.. vr. Centers
with an aggressive spring. Tornado Eric plays defensive back, wherehe Ends 50 Tommy Johnson 195 11

started much of his sophomore year, and. 87 Shannon King 150 11 53 Kenny Wright 165 12
Blaine Dyalsenior, no. 33,170 pounds.An also sees time at running back. 81 Randy Davis 160 11 54 Wayne Cribbs 180 11
experienced wideout from last year Dyal 82 David Jones 155 '12

will play more split end than flanker this Larry Long- senior, no. 10,155 pounds.A 84 Randy Balkcom 150 '11 Quarterbacks
year, where he can line up tight and use his starter before going down to the 31 John Bennett 160 12 32 Emmett Watkins 175 12

blocking ability. GHS game last year, Larry is healed and 12 Robert Carver 140' 11,
back at cornerback. Tackles
Mike EarlY- sophomore, no. 76, 175 70 Dale Buchanan 210 12 Backs
Running
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pounds.Just a 10th-grader, Mike is up from Melvin Randall- senior, no. 66, 1CO 71 Tony Hill 195 11 10. Marvin Brown 160 12
the Junior varsity to as a reserve tackle. pounds. After seeing time at noseguard as 72 Sam Tyson 185 11 42 William Salmon 175 11

a junior Melvin will stand up in a linebacker. 73 Teddy Bresee 170 11 34 Oliver Tyson 195 10
John David Francis- sophomore, no. 5, post this year as well. 74 Alan stokes 215 11
" 130 pounds. The smallest player on the
75 Steve spell 180 12
varsity John David still figures to get some Billy Rehburg- Junior, no64, 160 Wldeouts
). 76 Mike Early 175 10 5 John David Francis 130 .10
time wideout with his -
at along
playing pounds. An defender
aggressive Rehburg
78Donald Thornton 250 10 23 Frank Allen 165 12
.. placekicking duties.. moved up from the junior varsity to im- 33 Blaine Dyal 170 12'
a pressively win a linebacking spot left open Guards _
.. Doug Glover senior, no. 60, 155 with the graduation of his older brother 60 Doug Clover 155 12 <. Defensive Backs
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offensive
pounds. A lettermen at guard Bruce. '
62 Carlton Johnson 150 11
Doug will see extensive playing time as a But then he went down with torn 13 jimmy. Schoening 150 11 -
senior. ligaments In a knee last week and just got 63 Don Green 170 11 20 Eric Lane -. 150 11 '
64 Billy Rehberg 145 11 '
21 Brad Russell 150 11
out of a cast this week. Not only was he a fixture -
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\; Don Green junior, no" 63,170 pounds. at linebacker but he was a possibility to 65 Nathaniel Coley 160 11 24 Rick Braswell 160 11
66 Melvin Randall
12
t# Figured in as a starter at both linebacker start at offensive guard so Rehburg's loss 165 30 Larry Long 155 12

f. and offensive guard Green was a standoutI for the first half of the year was costly.


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Carl Roberts Set nlgb Standards for fffcamd I I IA

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1.... onFrldaynights are the halftime shows- When Dean Cassels took over the band in
I provided by the Tornado marching band. 1967 it took him over a year to teach the
Carl members to march in
Roberts is a straight line. Every
I "granddaddy" apparently the t football game, the students would
of the band at Bradford lA march
School with its origins going back to the High fall the length of the football field,first in disar-
'of 1938, and he.is'aUb the director credited ray, then gradually less so, and finally they
-with turning out the first BHS marching marched smartly In one line.

'band in the fall if 1949.Roberts also set high For the past 14 years, the BHS band has
to.standards for J: the.following bands to live upL.Ml e received superior ratings at the area con-
': : 1 \ cert and marching contests in a tradition
Games
a 1940 graduate of BHS, being maintained at the highest degree
remembers
that"Roberts came over from I possible.
Lake; City on a"part-time basis and started ,0 Some of the outstanding members of
the band' in 1938. L.M. played trumpet in the some of those first bands were Joann Smith
;!Irst band of 1938. Some members were I Rowe, head majorette and excellent baton
,
)arch Thomas Jr., Jack Hale, Frank Robinson II I twirler who graduated in 1955; and former
O.B. Hutto Emmett Perryman, and drum majors Lloyd Grider, a terrific drum-
4}? Roberta Whitfield. I, mer; Delano Thomas, the only band
Returning in the fall of 1949 with the member within memory who played foot-
understanding he would start a marching 4' ball and then joined the band to play at
band, Roberts began with 20 members who halftime; T.J. Alderman, and Earl Nor
practiced in the old USO building, now the IA' man,'the drum major on the first bands in
school administration building.Three years i the early 50's.
later Roberts had a 64-member band. In 1952 the band won superior the highest
1 ax t'x, A.W. Bates, who 'worked at the state Carl KObertS..ls credited with possible, ratings under director Roberts at
4 prison, was band director on a part-time both starting the BUS band and turning it the district marching contest.
basis during WW-II and after.After the war into an award winner.Under Roberts from Remember some of the majorettes of the
when Roberts returned Principal Charles 1950-53 the BUS band gained a reputation late 40's and 50's who could really twirl
Partin signed him with the agreement he' for excellence. baton? Joann Smith joined the band in the a
would start a marching band. Partin,an ex- notables as Jack Teagarden, Red Nichols second grade and went on to become head
Army man, got out on the field that hear and and the Five Pennies,and Blue Steal which majorette at an early age. Joann would
helped teach the students to march. They made records on the Bluebird label for take her baton and turn cartwheels all the
began with simple tunes they memorized, RCA. When he moved to Starke in 1949, way around the football field.She practiced
and
m._._._____ Until did simple marching routines. while teaching at BHS, Roberts and Larry many, many hours and could twirl two
1949 the band had no uniforms and Gibson had a dance band which played all batons. Head majorette before Joann was
Top BUS Twirler... just played at football games. The majort- over north-Florida. Delores Moncrief.
tes had uniforms and were the only ones to Fulltime directors have been Roberts
Joann Smith Rowe 'a majorette who perform at halftime. In the fall of '49 a 1949-53; Gay Rimert, 1954-55; Mac Thompson -, Florence Majorettes Brown in 1947, were Helen Adkins.
graduated In 1955, Is group of mothers held fund Virginia Carmichael
probably exhibited raising activities 1956-57; Elden Matthews, 1957-66 Peggy Dale
Ruth
(the best twirling talent BUS has ever had. to buy "West Point type" jackets. Mona Canova, 1966; Virgil Lovett, 1967; SAmmie Edwards, Sharon Hall,
; Kennedy
Florence
Her free-style routines were a high point of Band members bought their own white Dean Cassels, 1967-79, and current director Marie McCulley,
McKinney,
football game halftlmes during the early pants and shoes. Michael Woodfin, Joyce Newsome, Joann
1979-present.
50's.She would take Roberts,who died of Patray, Betty Sexton, Joann Smith, and
her baton and do cartwheels cancer in 1966,was a The Tornado band first gained Mildred Thomas.
prominence The
all the way around the football professional trumpet player. In the Big under Carl Roberts. Another high Lucy Mae Barton 1946 group included
field. Band era he played with the bands of such point came with director Elden Mathews. and Doris Edmondson.SCORE Kathlene. Judd Carter,

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