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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 23, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Outside. I pr Ff/v/ f-l"rORY: BRADFORD

A touch of fall was in the air Wednesday night with temperatures in the OF t rl-h. Iw' OR'1Inside. 11..1 CO&A.I .. I'

mid-50's, offering welcome relief from "a long, hot summer." -t b
The cool air came in the wake of thundershowers moving northeasterly 00/00/00 r
state two Inches rain Florida towns ... I ri',770/ 13Cr
, across the dropping or more on some RY P K
'but not here. The showers here Tuesday brought IVt inches of rain to : : :" yi1Nr( \ LIB R A .
some of the Starke-New River area and only V4 inch at the WPXE Two Salters .", ''j'\JIVERS1TY OF FLORIDA
weather station. SECTION At '
Forecast for Friday to Sunday is for continued thundershowers and little Nw. .. . .. .. ..Peg.s'I.3: L.: fL 361\
change in temperatures. The cold front bringing in the cooler weatheris Editorial' . . . . ..Pag .4 V I
supposed to move through the north Florida area today (Thursday) and Social. . . .Pag** SA. *A SB I :: .... ..

Friday and the temperatures should start warming up again over the Sports. '. . . .Poq.s NM2 h.
weekend. tgal. . . . . .iPeq.,1, :
During the week of Sept. 16-22 New River fire tower reported a total of -, '
3.30 inches of rain, followed by WPXE with 2.90 Inches, Santa Fe fire SECTION Bi ;
This Side of Heqven
tower reported less than an inch of rain during the week. Obltuorl.i. . . .Pag 4Pwt The Sweetest Strawberries
The Forest Service reports an average of 19 inches of rain in a four Brl'.<*. . . ;.Peq.a IIClaiifld
county area, including Bradford, during July and August, almost one- .. . . .Pag* I, 104th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy OCT I U.
this 8th Issue Thursday, September 23, 19S USPS 062-700 qra
third of the 50-year average annual rainfall in area.

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HamptonSets Special Fire Tax




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Hampton City Council gave the nod prospects of financial support located stations in the unincorporated
for a $70,454 1982-83 budget Tuesday from a special tax on utilities knockedout areas, with one paid fireman on dutyat
night, Sept. 21, at the final public rrr; as unconstitutional by the State each during daytime hours.A .
hearing for the budget. e. vw,. Attorney General's office, Bradford
$51,954 will be used for general fund ., County Volunteer Firemen are pinn-- commonly heard complaint con-
appropriations and $18,500 will go into ing their hopes on an ordinance levying cerning the volunteer departments is
the water revenue fund. 'ux ((4 a special tax in the unincorporated that they cannot reach a fire soon
Contigency funds were set up in I areas of Bradford County for enough during the day because most
both funds with the$300 in the generaland ( "fire protection and emergency ser small community volunteers are
$3,090 in the water revenue fund. ,' i ydi Al,} 1. vices. employed away from home and thereis
The seervice referred to no one on duty at the stations during
emergency
According to the Hampton budget, '
the M. is the EMT and Rescue Units now be- work hours.
cigarette tax was biggest revenue ,
producer for the city, listed at$24,000.. r ? ?w, .,., ing funded by a $118,000 allocation Reaction of firemen to this sugges-
Motor fuel tax will add another $9,000to from the county's general fund. tion was less than enthusiastic at last
the budget along with $6,000 each P App, s 6 'r' k 1a The first draft of the proposed or- week's meeting. One spokesman sum
from half cent sales taxs and fran- Jt dinance' will be presented at a med it up by saying that the
meeting of the Bradford Fire Councilin
chise tax from Florida Power and volunteers, besides donating their
the courthouse at 7:30: p.m.
Light. time to fires had also
fighting promoted
Wednesday, Sept. 29. It is possiblethat
The street department and police such
events
money-raising as
department take the lead in expen- the ordinance may be ready for fish fries, to help build their stations
consideration at the October 4 County
ditures for the city. $14,480 is alloted a n and purchase equipment, and wouldbe
for the street department and $12,164 Commission meeting.The reluctant to have these things
proposed levy will bring in an
I is the estimated expenses for the taken from them.
.police department. ? estimated $150,000 to $175.000, the away
,I amount firemen feel they need an- They were told that not all of the
I, Council also set the millage for the nually to operate their stations and stations would have to be moved buta
I city at 1.666 mills.Expenditures set up a capital outlay schedule for master plan could be drawn to posi-
from the water construction of fire houses, where tion the suggested four departmentsso
revenue go mostly to the $2,400 mor- needed, and the purchase of modern that, ideally, no area of the county
tgage payment on the water system _, t F trucks and other equipment over a would be more than five or six miles
fi l le
and another $2,400 for the plant s period of years.A from a fire station.
operator. new note was injected into the
discussion at last week's meeting Bill Crouse president of the Fire
Adjustments were made in the : when County Zoning and Planning Council, said the biggest drawback to
street department and police depart- Director L. M. Gaines said the financ- working out such a plan would be the
ment. The council decided to add C i3p ing problem might be best served by shape of the county which has a long,
another $400 for materials and sup- abolishing the present departmentsand narrow arm stretching southeasterly
plies in the street department. Plans ,,Ir "' setting up four strateegically- to the Santa Fe Lake area.
were also discussed to patch some of '

the pot holes In the roads in the future.In : -

a special meeting called after the Lightning Puts City ill Dark

public hearing the council approved a ,
change that City Attorney Mary Mar- aJ Lightning hitting the city/FPL substation on East Call Street and
shall made to a Community Service several places on the Jefferson and Madison Street circuits was what put
Grant application. about 40 percent of Starke in the dark early Monday night.
> Originally the. council was trying ,," Hitting about 7:30 p.m. the outage put both the city council and school
t' for the grant that would give almost board in the dark, as well as most other meetings goingon a busy Monday '.'
4- ----iz.ooQ f ..thtt-(it' .fo#,.. would ,) ,." -1 '.* "night. Most didn't stop, they just reverted to the old days and got out the
ramps, and other facilities that candles.
help the elderly and handicapped. Lights were out for 45 minutes to over an hour in spots all over town.
Marshall was informed that the r Each circuit runs all over town, explained Utilities Supt. Merrill Dees. In
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic also ( tx general, the Jefferson St. circuit serves the north side of town, and Madi-
applied for the grant and that the 4' sion St. circuit the central part and the southwest part of town.

funds would be divided. -.-.- Florida Power & Light first went out, but came back on shortly. FPL
Now the council anticipates getting provides about half the city's power needs now.
$975 from the grant. Hampton has to Squeaky Clean... Lightning then struck a large oil insulated circuit breaker at the city
match half of that, $487, with cash substation on East Call and Redgrave Streets, blowing the top out of the
funds and the other half with in-kind If the expression on the pig being squirtedwith low. Now they're high. Fred just has the touch breaker. Replacement will cost some $5,000 for a used one Dees told the
services. water by Fred Mueller means what it like when the City of Starke condemned his old city council Tuesday night when approval was given to buy a replace-
Marshall proposed that the city use says, the spray must be delightful. airport property and a Jury made. the city pay ment.
the funds in a certain order, until the Millionaire Mueller started a feed mixing over a million dollars for it. Then lightning hit in the Reno area, on Sinclair Street, Call Street, and
I funds ran out. First project would be operation on his Alligator Creek Farm on on part of Madison Street, blowing fuses in transformers.
, pedestrian assist ramps; second, US-301 south. That wasn't enough to do so These pigs never touch the ground they live The city crew of foreman Lester Willingham and linemen Sidney Grif-
: sidewalk additions; third, ramp ac- Mueller bought Frank Sheffield's hog farm on concrete. Read Mark Friedlin's story about fis, Marion Lizenbee, and Cigar Andrews got the lights back on. Dees,
: cess to city half and last paving of the near'' Graham, back when pork prices were Mueller's operation on Page 1 of B-section. whose home was never without lights, didn't know there was a problem
entrance to the city park. until it was all over, he said.
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Ii Developer Asks to foe Annexed to City ";.Ii'''' ...,>>, ;._\\\r: "\::II. ':'\\/.1.:..1.f

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both the residents and affected will be inside the city before the .lf
city' perty
available central 'utilities water ,
,
A request to be annexed into the Ci- '+ '
before '
and be territorial questions is argued
of Starke received sewer, and electricity. non-city residents vote it must
ty was favorably
the Public Service Commission. If the
Tuesday night, Sept: 21, when made Of his neighbors Thomas said Mark approved by both groups. is in the Crosby thinks
by developer Arch Thomas Jr. for his Olin of Olin's Mobile Homes has City attorney Terry Brown is the property city will have city a better argument
130-acre.( "Lakewood" developmenton agreed to the annexation, but that researching how the city will carry according to the the PSC is
SR-100 just west of the city. Container Corp. is opposed to the pro- out this annexation. It is hoped an rendering decisions way now.
The site is on Crosby Lake and just posal.Commissioner. election can be avoided. However,
east of and adjacent to Crosby Lake Jimmy Crosby Thomas told the city he will pay elec- Engineer Darabi said his firm has
Cemetery at the intersection of pointed out Container Corp. is not a tion expenses. some engineering planning to do, and
SR-100 ands SR-IOOA (Edwards resident and cannot vote in an annex- doesn't want to count on sewer and
Road). One house is currently under ation election. Commissioner Charles Schaefer water service if it isn't going to be
construction and roads have been Engineer Darabi pointed out even if pointed out that, annexation aside, there.
paved off SR-100 the Container property has to be skip- the city must extend utility servicesup On Crosby's motion, the council
Thomas wants city water and sewer ped, the city has property contiguousto to 1.125 miles outside the city agreed 5-0 to investigation the annex-
service, and is willing to take city the development in its right-of-way limits because of an agreement with ation problem."We .
electric service for the development down SR-100. the federal Environmental Protection
in exchange for all the city services. Crosby said he favors annexation, Agency which has poured millions Into need some dollars. we are
Plans include: 79 single family and wants to look at the problem the city for sewer treatment Im- going to pay out all that money on the

homes, multi-family housing, a small before the property is developed.The provements. The developer outside sewer plant we need something hook- New Subdivision Courting City...
neighborhood shopping center to in- engineer said he would like the the city must pay the cost of running ed onto it," Crosby pointed out.
clude an office complex. Present annexation process to take place as utility.lines to the property, which City engineers say there is a 95 per- Engineer Frank Darabl and developer Arch Thomas Jr. want the ISO-acre
plans are to develop the single family soon as possible,however it is best for Thomas has agreed to do. cent chance the $721,000 federal EPA development called Lakewood to be annexed to the city. The city wants the
homes first, with the shopping center the city to work details out Question is, Schaefer said, is grant will be funded within the next subdivision. An annexation problem looms for the city because the subdivIsion -
and apartments down the road. beforehand he agreed.In whether Florida Power & Light will few weeks Clerk Neil Tucker told the is not contiguous to the city except over land owned by Container Corp.
Noting the development Is just a voluntary annexation all property give up its territorial rights and allow council Tuesday night. Tucker said which doesn't want to be annexed.
,4/lOths of a mile outside the city, owners agree to the proposal. the city to f provide electricity to the engineer Jim Lucas of Bessent, Ham- Thomas Is a Bradford County native now practicing law In Ft.l-auderdale.
engineer Frank Darabi of Gainesville where a city wants to annex propertyand area. mock and Ruckman said the city's Eventual plans for Lakewood calls for a small shopping center, apartments
requested that the development-1) be all the affected residents don't That's the reason to annex, pointedout fourth year of HUD funding is about but single family homes are to be developed first if current plans
annexed into the city, and 2) have ,agree, the method Is an election, and Commissioner Crosby, so the pro- 95 percent assured too. materialize.

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New School Budget Approved, Minus 2 Percent Tornado Special ComingIn .Football


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An $11 million education system funds are not paid on the first addi- capital outlay and debt service funds $68,896 in reserve funds for debt com- next week's edition right
1 budget for 1982.83 was given final approval tional 1.1 mills, but comes into play withheld for administrative expense, mittments. before the first varsity home football -
by the Bradford School Board only on the last ', -millof the 1.6 mill, $2,076; comprehensive health education Capital projects the board plans to game of the year, the
In action Monday night, Sept. 13. increase. $7,585; community school program 'complete this year include the addi- Telegraph will present a special
Most significant change in the It's just too good a deal to turn $7,180; instructional materials, tion of a new cafeteria and supplement devoted to the historyof
budget since its July 20 tentative ap- down, Supt.Tom Casey says and he $93,782 Racing Commission funds classrooms to Hampton Elementary Bradford High School football.Chock1 .
proval the two percent funding cut sold the school board on the idea. $52,000; state license tax $16,000; stu- and to re-roof the 38,000 square foot
ordered by Gov. Gob Graham.,The 2 Total school millage is 5.478, madeof dent development services $54,977; middle school and the 18.500 square full of old photo's, this
percent cut operating funds will the required local effort of 3.878 transportation, $221,366; compen- foot Phase 3 of the high school. special edition will be a collector's
SATURDAY 1..25 cost the Bradford system some mills plus the 1.6 mills. The local required satory education $103,025; primary Salaries and benefits compose Item, for you Tornado fans. It of-
Indian SUM_' $140,000.A effort is the amount property education program, $222,536; school some 85 percent of the school budget. fers remembrances of past teams,
Art i Croft festival property tax levy of 5.478 mills taxes the school district (Bradford volunteer program, $3,458. Teachers this year received a $1,758 the first compilation of BUS school
Bradford Co. Fairground 'was also approved, which is an in- County) Is required to pay to par- pay and benefit package, non- football records and much much
AdmUiton Fr.* 10 ....' S p.m. crease of 1.6 mills over the current ticipate in the Florida Education In addition the school system instructional and administrative more Including Introductions to

budget year,which will net the school Finance Program (FEFP) receives $661,941 food service budget, employees a 10 percent pay Increase, the players and cheerleaders: .of
TUESDAY. ,pt M system some$500,000 when the state's The FEFP is the single largest all federal funds except $196,922 in By far the largest part of the this Fall.
,. American ).."" Pet (4 power equalizer formula' is. taken into revenue source of the school system.In funds from meal charges; $566,467 in $8,711.684 expense side of the budget, The special pullout section -a
Edwards Reed consideration.' 82-83 It Is estimated to be$6,583,400. other federal special revenue funds, the General Fund, is employee. magazine to keep, will even have
,7iM P.M.. The 1.6 mill increase will raise Other state fund sources bring the the majority. $432,501 coming from salaries and benefits. the score of every game the Tornadoes
'. .. ,$258,000 and the state's power total state .revenue to $10,119,978. the Elementary .and Secondary Many teachers are currently have ever played and.
; ---- equalization' formula, .the sweetner County property taxes'will mean Education Act plus $117,427 In dissatisfied, however, because the won-loit record against each
'BMSPTOMtlngMSOym', which made it worth levying the additional another $834,101 to the system or federal vocational education funds; new health insurance program cost school BUS has competed alalnsl-
millage,will run the total to the some 7.6 percent of the total funding. .$697,262 in debt service funds; more, sometimes taking all of the on the gridiron. .
TiW ".M., $500,000 range, The I adiitional state- Other state funding sources Include $367,348 in capital projects funds, and salary increase and has less benefits. ,




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I : : (ty :" With: Lamp and Candle School Board Proceeds



< More in the dark than usual, the budget, rather than more 'things to Does that mean the school board ''convert'Parrtoh/ got the of board's five old agreement auxiliary to

Bradford School Board got through spend money on, Casey said. must now give Hall a hearing, Mrs. one the vo-tech,
buses for by
regular meeting Tuesday night,Sept. Concensus was Monday night to ask Spengler asked. and use classes. The carpentry seals will
20 In an hour and 10 minutes. for bids to be opened at the October Yes\ Casey said, adding the next :.be, removed masonry from half of the bus so
The after the which the Oct. FTE is to Hall. Then Casey back-
lights went out shortly meeting, by time move up and materials be
can
meeting got under way, and nobody count will be In. Once the board sees ed up saying he wasn't certain whose both students Parrish said.
site
1I could see what they were doing. At what the financial picture looks like responsibility it !is to make the next 'hauled to the job ,classes to be
[ first the only light in the windowless after the FTE count it will be In a move, that perhaps he should send a That will enable the materialswith
site with
1 meeting room was cigarette lighters, position to make a decision on note to Hall, now an assistant principal taken to the job

than BMS Assistant Principal Billy whether to buy the piano. at Bradford High them. heretofore have
McRae came up with a candle. Question Is, would anyone have Distances
The meeting was conducted at first Computers BoughtFor ever known if Mrs. Spengler had not prevented outlying schools from get
with the candle supplied Chairman School asked, asks the teacher union, .the ting such buildings, Parrish said. He
SystemSupt. could do
J.T Fairish. David Fhenniger went Bradford Education Association, in suggested the vo-tech center
home and got a large hurricane lamp, Tom Casey told the school Its "Notes and Quotes," a the masonry work at Brooker Ele.
then the candle was switched to Supt. board "we have made some pure 'mimeographed news release' about
:Tom Casey and Secretary Joan Chitty chases" of computers for the various the school board meeting distributed In other action the school board;

and the lamp went to Chairman Par- schools.He ,to teachers.\ Approved the parking of a van
rish. Vince Spengler came up with a is using some $28,000 In library after school hours on the Southside
flashlight so the audience of school offlcials I funds and $10 000 in left over Project Brooker to Give ,Elementary campus by the
were not in total darkness, and PASS funds,Casey explained.Project $2,500 to SchoolThe ''Children's Bible Mission, which
the meeting went on..in record time. PASS, currently being phased out, hands out leaflets and has signs
has funds that must be spent by Sept. Town of Brooker has given posted on the van.
1 Piano Sought ,30. the superintendent explained. Brooker Elementary School $2,500 to
Choral 1 'I'm glad to see it going into computers build a new concession stand and Was told by board member
For ProgramSaying ," said board member restrooma for the Softball field, Chair- Rodney Hall that he has asked the

.a fund drives led by Billy Spengler, who has been pushing for man J.T. Parrish told the board. county Health Department for a list of
wr n.Mdt i .. McRae have raised $3,100 for a new years for the school system to get That will eliminate the school buidl- services they perform. Hall said he
-- piano for the choral programs at computers for student training. inS having to be left open on weekendsso has been asked what services the
Fire'Prevention Week Tips... Bradford High and Bradford Middle the Softball fans can use the Health Dept. performs for the school

of Bradford Schools,Board Chairman J.T Parrish More Refrigeration restrooms in the school, Parrish said. system, which pays the agency $5,000
the 4-11 clubs County
A* part of fire safety program put on by
Tuesday night EMT supervisor Cliff Chapman demonstrated burn treatment put the problem of funding the! re- Needed at BMS To be able to utilize vo-tech labor in per year, and could not.answer the

on Jason Howard of the Lawtey 4-11 Club. Also watching the first aid maining $5,000 to the school board. building the facilities at Brooker, question.
There is no piano in either school in Additional refrigeration is neededfor
example Is Caryolyn Redding, Extension 4-H Agent In the county.
less than deplorable condition, BUS the new cafeteria kitchen at the
The audience at the county Ag. building also saw a movie titled "Learn
Not to Burn"with Dick Van Dyke giving safety Up on how to prevent fires In and BMS Choral Director Don Hardy middle school, Supt. Casey told the
the Bear and told the school board, when asked for board members who were aware of
the home and what to do In case of fire. And Smokey came by
told the listener his theme "only you can prevent forest fires." his evaluation of the situation by the problem from a communiquefrom
Fire Prevention Week and 4-H Week are both Oct.3-9 and the 4-H'er planto Chairman Parrish, who squinted Into Food Service Supervisor
prepare a booth for the health fair Oct. 23. the audience but still had to ask "is Dolores Morgan.The .
Mr. Hardy here?" board agreed to seek bids on
Hardy said a Yamaha piano is the the equipment needed. Casey said he
best buy for the money. He had gotten preferred it left open as to whetherthe

Starke Elementary News..... three prices, the lowest of which was Food Service Dept. need
$7,995 from a Gainesville dealer. refrigerators or freezers. And, the
!'Board member Arthur Gaskins superintendent added, he wants to
'pointed out bids will have to be asked wait until after the October FTE
Open House Parents attending Open House were if the school board is going to buy a count to see whether the money will
Held Sept. 16 able to see samples of our new hand- piano. The board appeared to be sym- still be available..
writing program. D'Nealian writing pathlc with Hardy's request,which he "There is definitely a need for more
Principal Charles Thomas welcomed allows the students to write in an has been making for several years, refrigeration equipment at the middle
approximately 220 parents to an adult-like alphabet. Transition to cur- especially after hearing choral school" said Chairman Parrish.
"ounce" school during our Open sive has been found much easier for students have worked to raise the
House St>pt. 16, from 7 to 9 p.m.( students. $3,100. Only question, which board State Won't Hear

Ounce In a classroom management member Patricia Spengler posed, Against HallThe
program that suggests generous use New teachers to Elementary School was.does the board have money to Charges
of approval responses-saying and doing this year are Kathy Vaughn, buy the piano? state discipline agency for
things that show approval.) Ernestine Register, Debbie Hull, Supt. Tom Casey said the money school teachers, the Professional
Miss Gray and Mr. Watson'skindergarten Donna Hartley and Gayle Russell. will have to come from fund balance, Practices Commission(PPC) has apparently H
classes tied with the Smokey the Bear visited students in but he said any recommendationfrom refused to hear charges SALE
most parents present at P.T.A. Pop- our school on Monday. All 8 to 18 year him will have to come after he brought against former Lawtey prin-
sides were awarded to their studentson olds were invited to a health adven- sees the October student count. The cipal Charles Hall by Supt. Tom
Friday. ture on Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m., spon- 'I system was short some 100 students in Casey
sored by the Bradford Co. 4-H Club the first-of-the-year projections but Teachers found guilty of miscon-
PTA Officers Elected and was held at the Agriculture .reports from principals Monday in- duct or dishonesty can have their
P.T.A. officers were elected for the Building.All dicated some 43 of the 100 shortage teaching certificates taken away by
1982-83 school year. They are: John Starke Elementary students have entered school. Casey expectsthe the PSC.
Smith president; Maria Walker, should arrive at school no earlier than count to rise further, which means Casey did not reveal in the public
vice-president; Carol Carter, 7:45: a.m. Students should be in their the school system will receive as school board meeting what the Hall
secretary; Charlotte Greene, homeroom by 8:15.: After 8:20: much money from the state as is matter was about. I

treasurer. students are tardy. budgeted.If Board member Patricia Spengler DENMARK. FURNITURE.
the expected FTE count,and thus opened '" by asking Casey if
the funding, does not fully. he'd rev..? eply about Hall from I 434 W. CALL SIRS..
Tornado Talk materialize, the board will have to' the PPC. Casey said yes, some 10 I i
.... find some place to make cuts in the days ago.

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by Kelll Carver the recent flag corps car wash at the '
Thought for the week: bank and M&M'S sale in two weeks.
Every person has two selves-the They are looking forward to a lot of
self they are and the self they can support!! I.
become!I There is also a garage sale scheduled 1

for Saturday, Oct. 2, beginning at
The two dances held 4
past Sept.
10 a.m. There will be refreshments
and Sept. 17 in the cafeteria have beena ; 1 r l r r I
sold by the band boosters. To help
great successll They were the with the sale, bring items that!
any j IWi
first dances ever to be held in the '
contribute
would like to by the
you I
cafeteria which has lot of advan-
a
ReclinaRockerSALE
BHS band room. All that con-
you La-z-Boy
and is have
to
tages a great place
tribute will be appreciated!I
dances. Most of the students liked the
If are interested in supporting'the
cafeteria and would like to have you
more
band by becoming a band booster,
dances there. Some
advantages are contact Bud Tucker or the BHS band
that the cafeteria has air conditioning -
room!IIClubs!
is easy to decorate and has a bet- v i' _
ter floor to dance on. We appreciatethe
and Organizations
:
use of the cafeteria I 11 I
Anyone interested in joining the Art
The annual Dance"has
"Homecoming Club or just finding out what it's all I
been scheduled this for Oc- i
year about, contact Mrs. O'Brian in the Art
tober 8; it will be held in the B.H.S.
Department!I
cafeteria. Disc for the f'SAVE
jockey
eveningwill
New editor of the T.N.T. (Tornado
be the popular Lee Bass! II! ,
News Today) is Jim Dietz. Congratulations -
Events scheduled for the evening will
Jlmll!I IDon't
include pictures taken, door prizes ..
to
forget buy a subscription to
will be given, and refreshments will
be sold the school newspaper (T.N.T.). The ON OUR MOST
!1 We hope it will be a great
cost is $1.50 for the yearllill! !! If in-
!II!
success
terested contact Mrs. Bain, roOm 1811 POPULAR LAZBOY'CHAIRS
Band New or Jim Dietz, editor. ,,
The BHS band is up and alive with V anyone is interested in buying a :t ,
Tornado Sweater, the Science Club is ;
now taking orders. You can get a /"
: scarlet sweater with grey writing or a
Community News sweater with scarlet writing.
Thee
cost is $15 and orders will be 1 Save on the most revolutionary
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taken only during the next two weeks.If ii wavtoputcomiodnmotion.Check
By Elizabeth Walker out the big I 1 This Becllna.Rocker'chair Is sale
Phone 4683 .interested contact, Mr... McGriff.. spring ftovlnga on ., priced lust

Revival Meeting ... this versatileRecllna Hacker1chaUOnly k \1\AV tv<, '

Prayer meeting began Monday $
night Sept. 20. Preaching will begin jra&i
Sept. 27, Reverend Phinex Aaron will .

preach nightly. .... -" .
New Bethel Baptist ChurchMt. -
Sinai Association will tt al
open .. I ; ,
Thursday with a board meeting at 7 1 1 ,Y t i 11l 111.11'') \II I. I
The local will be .
p.m. program at 8 '
p.m. The general session opens 9:30 : ..u. ..#
a.m. Friday morning through Sun- I

day. Mt.Plsgah A.M.E.Church ssI .y;

Youth Day will be celebrated Sun- I r
r
day, Sept. 28 at 11:00 a.m. The ns Sm'Z.1zs.&Jy.: ll l[ ''at

speaker will be Minister Melvin Win- "..
ton of Lake City.The public Is Invited.
Greater Allen Chapel. 'W1i.u-.1 e iodis< flwrck i ;: : TlaZBoa
,
A.M.E.Church all S a++d SOt9"78 \.
The annual Women's Day will be 2
observed Sunday beginning with Sun-
day school, 11 a.m.service and 3 p.m.

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Richard .Jockel. Roasted Lovingly- by- Friends ;


It came as a surprise to no one but Richard Jockel Jesse Moore,bottom left and middle,talked about his
N when he turned out to be the main entree at an appreciation "learning experience" as assistant principal at Brad-
dinner by some 90 of his friends Saturday night, ford Middle School. Jockel was always going on trips
Sept: 18,at the Starke Golf It Country Club. and leaving his assistant in charge,letting the assistantdo '
"To cook over a hot,dry temperature for a long periodof the disciplining and any other "rough" job, Moore I'
time.said M-C Grover Howard as he first let Jockelin : said.
on die roast as the guests finished dinner. If there Phil Vellenga, bottom right, said Jockel can make a
wasn't some hot, dry air In the audience, Howard said, 'person believe he can do anything. He made Vellenga '
he didn't know where he'd find any. think he could sing and that he could look good in a .1
Pauline Tanner, above right, said Jockel, even as a leotard,Phil said.
F'F'Y w child,had his own view of things,and always wanted his M-C Grover Howard kidded that he'd heard Jockel
own way. Jockel had to explain a few things to wife, missed his calling,but he didn't know if people meant as
Laurel as Mrs. Tanner let the audience in on a few an educator or a play director.
secrets of the two famillea, which are good friends.
Sandy Sanders,above left!presents Jockel with a pairof Jockel was in the Bradford school system for 25 yearsas
._ huge red bloomers with a large black heart sewn onto a teacher, principal, and administrator, and is moving -
'" to Tallahassee where he is working for the State
I------ them because he always her as a"lady of the
evening" in the Bradford Players productions. She probably Department of Education.
suspects Jockel's sense of humor made that Charles Hall, Chris Wilson, Grover Howard, Pat
? choice because Sandy is actually the wife of Circuit Spengler put together the celebration to give Laurel and
ti j : Judge Elzie Sanders and a school teacher. Richard Jockel a good send off to their new job.
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? THE BRADFORDCOUNTY \

: TELEGRAPH 2 Thank You SO MUCH for your

Published every Thursday M1 vote and support In re-electing
at 135 W. Can Street
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Starfce. Florida 32091 me City Commissioner, Group 5.

Second Class postage paid atStarke
The Many Faces of Richard Jockel' as He's Roasted FtorUaSubscription R, -

I Rates: ,
Back to School Night Set at Middle SchoolA In-trade. $5.50..ru: six$10.00 mentts per year SL/4421.444J

"Back for at 6:30 p.m., prior to the. PTO '/ / /
to School Night" traduced at this meeting.The Outside trade area: $11.00 per year '
parents is set Tuesday, Sept. 28, at Advisory Committee will meet meeting in the gym. $6.00 six months w..ow J" u
Bradford Middle School
The first meeting of the year for the
Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) Lackawanna eunlon
is set at 7:30: p.m. in the gymnasium.The .
program will be the Introductionof 1930 1955

"Back the to BMS School staff Night.followed by the It's time to reminisce again, meet our old friends Has Pat Done the Job? wt..,

Every staff member will be in- Saturday, October 9, 1982 Noon til ??? L::,

Lunch Menus Covered Dish Dinner 3:00: p.m.
Bradford County Middle School You Decide. J __
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and all elementary schools Cedar Hills Armory ,____
>7 Hamburger Gravy mashed t
Monday. 8rpl ;
potatoes green beam bUculta, chocolate pudding 6974 Wilson Boulevard, Jacksonville.Over .
TueuUy.milk.Srff &Balled Turkey and Gravy buttered one thousand attended last year
Jello.biscuits rich,buttered,milk green pea and carrots,fruit Bring Cameras also old pictures and clippings If I Have __
Wednesday,Sept,Hamburger on a Bun. lettuce Come Early Stay Late Enjoy the Day
,
milkThuridijr
and pickle french friea brownie
Hrpi Jo-Beans and weinera, cabbage Paper plates cups forks ice etc. furnished
slaw biscuits yellow,milk.cake w/chocolate Icing,applesauce PLEASE NO ALCOHOLFor Been Your voice More m";
TrMay Oct. I.SpalihetUmeat sauce cheese More Information Contact:
Mix,towed}salad apple crisp hot rolls milk,
Donald Din man 12752639VERYQUICK1Y. Than Any Other
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IOE : voted With the Kids .


I In Mind x | PAT SPENCLER I

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MINUTE

'" ,' .. /.,. ,Kept. My Committments, Made 8 yrs.

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1'E > "I MISS YOU Continue to Do the Best Job



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I\\:';?,'." !.", ..'' pat spengler.H-
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has not recently become Involved and Interested In our schools and
I
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d' youth as my past record will show actions do speak louder than words .

-not what I am going to do, but what I have done.
Y

t 'i"4' .'I 3'' "I miss you very much"is
.
i_ .".. .: one good reason to call long Now what I would like to see happen In the years to come more programs ,

distL ce. for all level students, low and high, so each student would be
..:.t' There time when
was a challenged at his or her own ability.. I have led the drive to have computer
you waited fora special ooca
__, "' sion to call:To announce a I training available to our students, for example.
_j'' T wedding.When a baby was I
r
> born.Or to say"hello at I
; holiday times. Eight years ago I made some committments'to' you and to myself:

a -t' ,' Today almost any occasion -
will dalb catch with
the news...to share a up special I promised you a full time school board member this I have been and

k. ,.' '!W: i moment...to hear a friendly will continue to be.
,' k. f voice far
,.' away. '
"" ", { ,]! It means so much!-and
,<, a., ',?,) .,l mK f costs so little(especially I said I could stay close to the schools and people who teach your
,y3'f; y, ,+. r !r i' i44:..$ '" \;.' '*\',, when you call l direct after children this I have done.
-( 1V"" 5 pm or on weekends).
>?)?. ) Turn an ordinary. minute
f
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"Y a e.r.a ; s'' :""yrn*i "-.: .'' Call into a memorable moment love I said I would keep Bradford County represented on the state level

"' "-" 'cr; long someone distance today.you -this I have done.
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% ) : (VjContinental I have served as a director on the Florida school Board for 7 years, as

telephone director on the Florida Labor Relations Assoc. for 4 years, and have Just

Long Distance... been appointed to chair for the small counties In the Florida School Board
R, the shortest distance
between two people. Assoc.


I have done the best Job I know how in the past 8 years. if I have or not

will be left In your hands October 5.

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Fage 4A TELEGUPH September 23, 1W2




1884 Reporter Found Lawtey a Rising Star in Florida's Bright FutureLawtey



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was a flourishing colony of to which the railroad fare is $1.95; and J. Crawshaw, Jr. Capt. Burrin,

well-to-do Chicagoans in 1885 when ,time two hours. the lumberman, cuts 5,000,000, feet of
"Webb's Historical, Industrial and "The representative men of the lumber yearly.A .
Biographical Florida" gave the place are Jos. Crawshaw, Sr., Col. V. good lawyer and a physician are
following brief account of the foun- J. Shipman, and Capt. T. J. Burrin. asked for by the residents.
ding of the town: There are two lakes within a few Lawtey is 190 feet above sea level,
"Lawtey was settled in 1877 by a miles of the town. (Kingsley Lake is and the rich pine lands produce a flat
colony of 20 people from Chicago, 111. about four miles east of Lawtey,but it bladed grass, cutting a ton to the
(Editor's note: some other accountsby Is not known what other lake was acre. Improvements of the village are : ':" ',' '
'
early historians set the number of referred to by Mr. Webb.) on an expensive scale. The residencesare Lawteyas : < .':
'. .
colonists at over 30). "The people report Lawtey and large,spacious,and of modern ar- ...:, '. ,;; -
"Capt. T. J. Burrin donated 220 vicinity as one of the surest places in chitecture. The grounds surroundingare / ".'.: :
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acres of land for a town,with the pro- the state for orange culture, and that beautiful lawns, the whole mak- It used ; kto
reeds of the sale of lots to go toward there are 50,000 orange trees in grove ing one of the most attractive villagesin
church and school purposes. form? situated in and around the Florida."

"The present population (1885) is village. Seedling groves planted in A much more detailed descriptionof _
about 250. (Note: the 1980 U.S. Census 1878 produced 20,000 oranges in 1883. Lawtey, written by M. Louise Tan- be '
credited l.awtey with a population of The more prominent groves are own- ner, wife of Dr. Tanner, appeared in ; Estee E.
710.) It is a station on the Transit ed by V. J. Shipman E. A. Todd, installments in the Telegraph in the
Railroad. 35 miles from Jacksonville, J.W.C. Peters. G.V. Ott, L. W. Sayles fall of 1884.

Mrs. Tanner credited Capt. Burrin
with felling"the first monarch pine of V f '
the primeval forest" starting 7yY r
EDITORIAL development of the lumber industry
"less than ten years ago," which was rtr

to lay the groundwork for a settle- _.
ment in the area.
Capt. Burrin soon replaced his first
"unpretentious but pleasant" house

Joins EffortTo with "a much more imposing struc-
Bradford
ture of many rooms handsomely
finished throughout with oiled and '

Protect Suwannee polished Florida pine." :.: T- _
According to Mrs. Tanner's account s -
the Burrin mansion ,was
"found to be inconveniently large for
"Way down upon the nee was hopeless. Governor use,and eminently adapted to
Suwannee River" ten counties Graham then jumped into the hotel purposes." It was rented in the

bordering its banks are begin- breach with his "Save Our fall of 1884 to D.Q. Cole, "late proprietor
of the Bancroft House of
to in their efforts Rivers" legislation and for- ,
ning get tough Starke, thus furnishing handsome ac- '
to preserve the historic tunately a good man. Jerry comodations for at least a part of the

river and its tributaries from Scarborough, clerk of the throng which is expected to visit

those who would "mess it up" court of Suwannee County, Lawtey during the winter."
by overdevelopment industrial was selected to spearhead the In her detailed description of the The fine residence of T.J. Burrin, early Lawtey lumberman Residence at upper left was the home of Dr. George
it concerned the fine homes, groves, and other activities Is pictured at upper right after being converted to Brown, also destroyed by fire. At lower left Is
residential, or other- program as of the Chicagoans, Mrs. Tan- use as a hotel In the 1880s. After the turn of the century It Methodist Church which Is still In use today. Building W'I
wise. Suwannee River.Scarborough. ner paused to relate an interesting in- went back to use as a home for the W. F. Godwin family center Is the first school house, which was later
has been terview with Mr. E.G. (Erasmus) after being diminished In site by tearing off a wing of 1* and used as Lawtey's city hall for many years.
Last week Bradford County Hill, a member of the Chicago colony rooms. The house was destroyed by fire In 1930. home at lower right Is unidentified.
became the tenth county to chairman of the 53-member and father of the late Louis H. Hill,

adopt the Suwannee River Suwannee River Resource long-time Lawtey city clerk and agent of the Florida Railway & ferent writers giving different ver- carry to the northern markets and bring -
Resources Flood Plain and Management Committee realtor. Navigation Co." sions. in cash while (hey waited for their
since 1980 and has performedwhat Mrs. Tanner noted that the orange According to Mrs. Tanner's account -
Management Ordinance, groves throughout the entire town and "The production of strawberries The late James (Jim) Hornsby who orange groves to come into bearing.
designed to prevent abuses might have seemed at vicinity "had put on a most for the Northern market was came to the Starke-Kingsley Lake Stalsby believed the "Lady Thomp-
that could cause complete one time to be an almost im- remarkable growth" since she visited begun last year (1883) on a small area in 1882 and spent the rest of his son" variety to be sufficiently hardy

degradation of the river in the possible task getting the the area a year previously, when the scale by Mr. Ward Knickerbocker, long life farming here also credits to endure shipment. "After conferr-

coming crush of overpopulation counties along the Suwanneeand orange trees appeared "as if fire had late of Lennox, 111. and will be Knickerbocker with being the first ing with some friends in New York
its tributaries to gone over them." Mr. Hill assured this grower of strawberries, planting a and Philadelphia as to the best way 01
and overexploitation by adopt her that "...the marked increase in vigorously prosecuted season. small patch at Lawtey around 1880. packing, Stalsby, in the spring 011833,
From of he obtaineda
mining and other industries strict and uniform regulationsfor size would appear incredible to one a quarter an acre sent a shipment which arrived in such
that forecasters see inf'lorida's its protection, in spite of not familiar with the fact that the loss yield of 800 quarts. He has now set In his writings on strawberries, good condition and paid so well, till
out of of
an acre plants an improved however the late ,
H. E
Lagergren,
of leaves frost is not several of the most
futurce. pressures from developers, "by injurious to native variety whose size, color, said that when the Chicago settlers enterprising men
the trees. of Lawtey, notably V.J. Shipman, the
mining interests and other flavor, and shipping qualities have arrived in
1877, they each planted a
It is Neither Mrs. Tanner nor Mr. Hill principal merchant, and E.G. Hill,
especially appropriate groups. It is a great tribute to proved of such a high order that he little patch of berries for their own
could foresee at that time that the realtor, caused quite a good
acreageto
that the adoption of this or- to affix to them a distinctivename. but
his untiring zeal and powers of beautiful citrus trees in Lawtey, as proposes." use they were of fancy varietiesand be planted for the 1884 season.
dinance comes now, in view of that ten of the entire fated
persuasion well the to
as area were too soft for shipment. According
As usual with claims
of
being
the proposed mining of peat in eleven counties affected have be destroyed by the killing freezes of "first" with anything, the title of first to Lagergren, E.L. Stalsby experimented But regardless of who grew the first
the Santa Fe Swamp, which complied. Union County is the 1895 and other harsh winters Just strawberry grower in Bradford County with different varieties, strawberries, Mrs. Tanner was so impressed
before the turn of the with what she found in and
could likely have significant only holdout, and it is hoped century. is somewhat in doubt with dif- hoping to hit on a berry that would around that
When asked about school facilities, Lawtey she predicted
adverse effects the Santa
on that it will finally give its "but the most brilliant
Mr. Hill replied, "We have a cozy little nothing future
Fe River' which is the Suwan-' stamp of approval at a. school house containing improved .(orjhis rising ..star..In.) .the bright
'nee's main tributary; There meeting to be held September patent school desks for the accomoda- Letters To The Editpjf; ', galaxy which marks the line of the "' I
,
would be no use to address the 28. lion of 30 pupilSr aschoolorgafl.etc.., ,,, Flprida' Railway'. &- !{Navigation Com-
I' ,I ""I. I pn1y
downstream problems of the and all presided over by an excellent
Suwannee without But Scarborough has warn- lady teacher, a graduate from one of CUSTOMER DISPLEASED needed. So he did,one week later,and
giving ed the Normal schools of Wisconsin. WITH SERVICE GIVENON said it needed a new short axle, so I
equal attention to the that the 11-county effort is > Church and Sunday school services MOWER REPAIRSTo told him to fix it new. So he said he

upstream problems, for it is in only the first step in the conti- are held at present in the school house would rebuild for about $135, but it ForestryIN -

these headwaters that the nuing fight to protect the but, as the town advances in material ended up costing$156 instead.
Suwannee actually is born. Suwannee from the demandsof prosperity, the church edifice and The Editor But that's not the problem.The problem BRADFORD COUNTYBy
an ever-growing popula- opera house are certain to follow" And all the people of Starke and Brad- is it took six weeks to get parts
ford County: and fix it. So I took it home and it David Norton
Bradford and Alachua put
tion. It will take more than Mrs. Tanner reported that Capt. V. started County Forester
Counties, which have already paper ordinances to shield the J. Shipman, one of Lawtey's oldest This letter is to inform us, the con- on and my about mower three, minutes cutting later it broke grass

completed their comprehensive river from selfish developers.It and credited most valued citizens, was sumers, that there is a business in again. So I called Ike again and he Now that you have an idea of the
plans, as required by the will take eternal vigilanceand interest with of doing more to advancethe Starke that said in The Telegraph' he said bring it back down and he will important items to consider before
state, already have most or all Lawtey than any other needed our business to help him out look at it, so I did. One week later he having a timber sale, what should be
some efforts in settler. "At the
strongarm recent
Republican so he saidl! This business is Ike's Saw done
during the harvest
of the in fixed it for the second time and charged operation?
regulations required the years to come. Convention (Mr. Shipman") was it comes to my attention by me$15 for labor for something that It is up to the seller to make sure the
the ordinances but many of nominated for State Senator, Mrs. dealing with Ike's Saw that he timber
Shop he messed up himself by not puttjng sale contract is enforced to the
the other counties were not so One beneficial side effect of Tanner wrote, and "is the envied does not care whether he gets my or the lock rings back in the transaxle, "' letter. A few firm but friendly acts on

far advanced. As written into the Ordinance will be to owner In of the the handsomest orange anybody's business because he can't so the gear fell out and caused the your part can make this go smoothly.

the ordinance, the rules will strengthen Bradford County's these grove four or place.five hundred The spectacle magnifi-of stand behind anything he fixes or mower to stop. On the first day when the timber'cut-

hand in dealing with the cent works on. That's not my complaint anyway I,i ters arrive on your property .you
now require building permitsfor proposal trees perfectly uniform in size
This problem started on June 1. should
the is about physically arrive
problem four weeks laterI the
on
all land to mine peat in the Santa nearly all of them hanging with fruit needeirepairs scene
development; require 1982, when my transaxle was cutting grass for the second also. Let the foreman know you mean
house foundations to be Fe Swamp. A river is not a is worth a long Journey to see. Col. so I took it off the mower and time and it tore up again. I called Ike business, but be friendly. Don't get in

one foot above the 100 year river without its tributaries, store Shipman at is proprietor of a general carried it to Ike's Saw Shop. He said and he said bring back again and he the way and leave in fifteen minutes.

flood level, as well as 75-foot and now that Bradford County Lawtey, postmaster, and he would take it apart and see what it would get around to it. Well, about ten Before the sun sets on day: 'one,

setbacks from the river for has joined forces with coun- days later I came down to see If he return and inspect the loggers pro
was finished. He said be tried to call gress. If you'are satisfied, return in
ties the
main of
along the
construction will body
include
any ; : me because he was leaving town for the morning and tell the foreman.:! If
stiffer septic tank regula- Suwannee, they, in turn, County Agents By four to five weeks and said that I was you don't like what you see, now is the
tions; and will protect the should support our efforts to going to have to find someone else to time to clear it up.

river banks from promiscuoustree protect its major tributary, Bobby ,Ilk. fix it. So I thought I would inform the Return to the timber sale area

harvesting.At the Santa Fe River, and its notebook people of Starke and Bradford County periodically to see that fences, roads
headwaters.Now Taylor ;'i, about the way he runs or tries to run a and other damages specified in your
one time, ardent protec- sorry business. That's why he needs contract are repaired while the con-
tors of the Suwannee would that the river ordinance e1r 1. the business because he runs his tractor and 11\8\ equipment are still

have liked to have the has been adopted, the Gardeners are sometimes confusedby potash. Thus, an 8-8-8 fertilizer business off) present on your property. Be careful
con-
seen to
P. S.- If you do business with Ike, stay out of the way and don't get In-
river incorporated into the next item on the agenda will mercial terminology fertilizers.as it Such applies to com- tains 8 percent total nitrogen, 8 per- please pay by check so you can to arguments with the loggers.

federal Wild and Scenic be the adoption of a Bradford mixed fertilizers, balanced terms as cent phosphoric acid and 8 percent cancel. Thanks to The Telegraph' for A final note of caution. A written
or unbalanced water-soluble
County mining ordinance. It is potash. The nutrientsare letting me voice. contract is important, if
express even
Rivers Act with the upper por- complete or incompletehave always listed in this order on the my you are '
tions preserved as a primitive hoped that the final draft of little' or no meaning to many label attached to the fertilizer.A H. M. Osteen selling timber to your mother. If the
this ordinance will be gardeners. Then when it comes to Morgan Road,Starke wrong trees are taken, if you have to
to 100
river for study and limited exploration ready -pound bag of 8-8-8 obviously do repairs or if other
the numbers on the fertilizer bag, such as contains 8 pounds of any questions
to Com- nitrogen 8
and the lower parts present County arise, the contract will be the final
8-8-8 or 10-6-4,they are
mission for action its even more con- pounds of phosphoric acid and 8 OPEN LETTER determinant
used at Oc- TO of who's
largely for recreation fused as to the meaning of these pounds of potash, or a total of 24 BRADFORD SCHOOL BOARDOn right and who's
tober 4 wrong.
purposes. It was even proposed meeting., figures.A pounds of plant nutrients. The remaining -
that the Suwannee be absorbed At long last, things seem to fertilizer is a material which con- 76 pounds consist of a filler behalf of my husband and I, we
into the national park be falling into tains one (or sometimes two or three) or a carrier of some kind. These thank you for appointing Buddy Scoutmaster
place in the
long of the major plant nutrients Paterson
fillers may or may not have some as our principal at Lawtey
system, thus boosting NorthFlorida's fight to protect the Suwannee nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. value as a source of plant nutrients. Elementary School. He is doing a fan- Presents
tourist trade while from the abuses of its When two or more fertilizer Some fertilizer manufacturers include tastic Job with our children and shows AwardDavid

preserving large sections of wetlands and discharge of materials are mixed, the product is micronutrients in the filler. The them respect, dignity, and discipline.We .
the river in their primitivestate pollutants that have called a "mixed fertilizer." If the micronutrients iron, manganese, don't worry any more about the Montgomery,Scoutmaster of
for the of jeopar- mixed fertilizer contains all three of zinc, chlorine, copper, molybdenumand safety of our children at school. Mr. the Boy Scout Troop, presented a Certificate -
enjoyment pre- dized the St. Johns River and the major plant nutrients (nitrogen, boron are required in very Paterson Is right there- before, dur- of Appreciation to the Starke
sent and future generations.But destroyed the Kissimmee phosphorus, potassium) it is called a minute quantities and less often than ing, and after school, supervising Rotary Club last week for its 25 yearsof
with Secretary of'the In- River for all intents and pur- 'complete fertilizer" the nitrogen, phosphorus and their safety. sponsorship of the local troop. The

terior James Watts itching to poses. This must not be allowed A "balanced" fertilizer Is one con- potassium.Two He is very easy to communicatewith certificate was received by Jim Duncan
sell off some of the parks to happen to the Suwanneeand taining the three major nutrients In questions may come to mind. and parents need this kind of interaction president of the club.
rather than equal amounts. An 8-8-4 fertilizer Is a"completebalanced" These are: Should you use a with their principal. We feel Montgomery, who has been scout-
acquire new Santa
ones, Fe-and it CAN be fertilizer since complete-balanced fertilizer or a this Is going to be a great year for our master of the troop for the same
this aspiration for the Suwan-. prevented. it contains all three major nutrient complete-unbalanced fertilizer How children with Mr. Paterson and his length of time, recalled highlights of
elements and aU three are present in much should you use? terrific faculty striving to make it the past 25 years of scouting ac-

equal amounts.A Generally, a completebalancedfertilizer happy and productive for all concern tivities, some humorous, and some
"complete-unbalanced" fertilizer should be used. Without a "not so funny,"
.....-. I"., Is one that contains all three ed.We will
major soil test or years of observation and continue to support the The Scouts meet each
Tuesday
1egruJif1 nutrients but each is not present in experience you have no way of know- school and the School Board In any night at the Pratt Street playground
equal amounts.A 1064 fertilizer is an ing which of the three major nutrient way we can. and any boy interested in scouting Is
W example of a "completeunbalanced"fertilizer. elements may or may not be needed. Laura and Joe HarrisLawteyFla. invited to contact Mr. Montgomery or
Therefore, a complete fertilizer is any member of the
ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER Now to get down to the specifics of recommended to take care of any troop.
what the numbers on the bag mean. possible of the
deficiency three
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Publishers The term 8-8-8 Is the analysis or grade nutrient elements. major

Pabltahed tack: Thursday and enUred aa Second Claia Matter at the< designation of a commonly available As to how much to use, we do not
Peel Office at Starke. Fla ender Act of March I, 181. complete and balanced fertilizer.The know. Again, without a soil test,.
grade or analysis of a fertilizer gives definite recommendations as to
the percentage by weight of each of amounts to
apply can not be given
I Sibeerlptlo rate la trade area: 110 Per Yean 16 81i Month the three fertilizer nutrients. The
However
general
recommendationsas
} OnUlde trade ana: til Per Yean S6.BO Six Moatk percentages are expressed In termsof
to type and amount of fertilizer to Snake
PheBe(9MM44303, .' Starke( ,florid.J2Q91. total nitrogen, available apply are available from your County the music charmers of do not really "charm" cobras with
their
phosphoric acid and water-soluble Agent's office on north 3' t.. a.!". merely follow the pipes. Snake art deaf and
motions of the snake cnarmeVt .






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Gladys Mooty


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Hospital Auxiliary MeetingDolph Dale Ella Lee W.Haas Hall


Reddish spoke to the Brad- on her duties under the new patient 4 Ella Lee Hall,
ford County Hospital Auxiliary care services program. More Aux-
members on protection of person, iliary members are needed in this Dale W. Haas
home and business at the dinner- area. Plan Nov. 27 WeddingMr.
meeting Monday night at the Western Gerrl Green, membership chair-
Steer Steak House, man, submitted the names of six new ; j d"p and Mrs. Fernie Moody of New
; Lit \ Reddish brought out the factors on members: Yvonne Nettles, Mary A. River announce the engagement and
; assault on the person and how to protect Brown, Ada Roller, Mildred Roberts, approaching marriage of her
P.. yourself. Proper lighting in the Sophie Kimutis and Katherine Hines. daughter, Ella Lee Hall, to Dale
home and yard; shrubbery too closeto William Haas, son of Mr. and Mrs.
the front and back doors where in- Members are reminded that the William S. Haas of Starke. Miss Hallis
vaders can hide; substantial locks on Auxiliary still has many cookbooks also the daughter of the late RobertO
doors and windows; always keep left to be sold for$4.00 each and would Hall.
doors in cars locked when driving make good Christmas gifts. The book The wedding is planned for Nov 27
i Yt S G', alone; and do not give out personal in- is compiled of recipes from Auxiliary ..- m. in the First Baptist Church,
; formation over the phone on solicita- members.The Stare, with a reception in the
tion calls, were some of the highlights Auxiliary will miss Sandra M. Joy St.John Fellowship Hall.
Mr.and
Mrs.
Kenneth Massey brought out in his talk. He also talkedon O'Brlant-Johnson, hospital Chub Johnson Miss Hall and Mr. Haas are both
gun control when it is right or anesthesist,who has volunteered with graduates of Bradford High School.
wrong to use a gun. the Salvation Army for six months in Joy St. John, She graduated in 1977 and is
Samira Wall-Kenneth Massey President Ada Reddish presidedover Zambia, Africa. Sandi has been a Chub JohnsonTo employed by Flagship National Bankof
_. the meeting and introduced Judy faithful worker with the Auxiliary and Wed Oct. 30 Alachua County in Gainesville. Mr.
I Moore, hospital assistant administrator holds several positions Haas graduated in 1975 and is
who invited suggestionsfrom Mrs. Reddish announced the annual employed by Hercules.All .
Wed in Home Ceremony the Auxiliary for their new state convention will be held Nov. Miss Joy St. John, daughter of friends and relatives are invitedto
Richard St. John and the late Mrs. St.
Hospitality Shop in the hospital. 14-17 in Orlando under the A.F.II.A. attend.
.. renovation program. Thirty-five members attended the John, and Leonard Ray "Chub"Johnson
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of Anna Ruth Johnson of
,-i,, Samira Christine Wall, daughter of Mrs. Freeman Register, III, was Wilma Jean Terry gave a resume meeting. Starke and, son Hershel Lee Johnson of
fi| .JVIr and Mrs. Wayne M. Wall of flower girl. Jacksonville, will be united in mar- Marlene Campbell,
jy, Starke and Kenneth Boyce Massey, The bride, given in marriage by her
riage Oct.30 at Grace Baptist Church, James Gladieux
??,,son of Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon B. father, wore a white gown of satin Parties For Engaged Couple Starke.
overlaid by a skirt of white To Vows 9
Massey of Lawtey were united in netting The both of Exchange Oct.
couple are graduates
marriage on Saturday, Aug. 21, at 6 surrounded by lace that hung to the Cindy Rowell and Steve Futch, ton. Bradford High School.
-id V.m. at the Spurgeon Massey home floor. The lace bodice had a V-notk whose marriage will be an event ofOct. The coffee table in the dining room Mr. Johnson also received a AA Ms. Marcelene Campbell of Hampton -
.,with Mr A. E. Massey performing thenuptials. that hung slightly off the shoulders.: and Ellis Campbell of Wood-
ln 23, were honored at two partiesover was covered with a Army/Navy cloth degree in Business from Florida
She wore a pearl necklace. Her white bridge,Va. announce the engagementand
the weekend. and centered with an arrangement of Junior College.
,,5fi i Linda Rhue furnished stereo music summer bridal hat was trimmed with approaching marriage of their
On Friday night the Kingsley Lake pine cone lilies and chrysanthemums.A .
111 using the Bridal March album. matching lace with a veil that was at- daughter, Marlene Victoria Camp-
,: home of Steve and Kitten Denmarkwas silver service at one end of the table
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<" The couple repeated their vows tached at the back of her hat with a the setting for a cocktail party for held iced coffee and a silver service at Padgett Family bell, to James Brien Gladieux, son of
JT before a white archway decorated double white satin bow that hung Mrs. Rowell and Mr. Futch. Co- the other end of the table held spicedtea. Reunion Sept. 26 Ms. Domenica M. Gladieux and the
*" with yellow roses. from the back. She carried a bouquetof hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. late Francis C. Gladieux of Lawtey.
to '. Victor !Mark Massey attended his daisies surrounded by small pastel Freeman Register, III, Mr. and Mrs. The annual The wedding is planned for Saturday -
,F* brother as best man. Ushers were flowers accented with yellow Bobby Autry, Mr. and Mrs S. G. Den- (descendants Padgett of James family William reunion and Oct. 9, at 7:00: P.M. in the Com-
rt-jj Wayne Wall, brother of the bride, streamers. An arrangement of colorful coleus munity Church in Keystone Heights
mark and
Dr. Mrs. Richard Odom
!flit Hick Fountain and Patrick The bride's dress, hat, ring pillow and Mr. and Mrs Bill graced the buffet. An arrangement of Creasie Sweat) will be held Sunday, with a reception following in the
oat Sutherland Jonathan Teston was and flower baskets were all designedand The table Adams.covered with day lilies and Swedish ivy was in the Sept. 26, at the home of Everett and Fellowship Hall adjacent to the
porch was a
Mary Padgett on Clark Street.
handmade Cheri Wall. family room. .
srfl; ring bearer. by church.All
also held at the yellow and white gingham cloth and The hostesses presented the All family members are urged to attend
.m' Cheri Wall served her sister asa A reception was was centered with an arrangement of and relatives and friends of the cou-
:):;thonor attendant. She wore a pale Massey home Denise Thomas kept fall foliage and candles. Wooden appointments honoree with a silver creamersugarset come enjoy. ple are invited to attend.
floor the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. on a tray as a memento of the oc
off-the shoulder,
yellow chiffon, and baskets held hors-
length gown with satin ribbon around Massey greeted the guests at the d'oeuvers on the table and bar. casion. in Mrs. St. Edwards Church Hall
Assisting were'
'*'' with bow that hung from door. serving
The
the waist a hosts presented the couple with
The bride's table covered witha Louis Young, Stephanie Dukes andd
m white lace cloth and Mrs. H. M. Richarde. BINGOEvery
was
* around over yellow
'n'mer hat with a yellow ribbon pattern as a memento of the occasion.
called
in front ribbons Approximately 175 guests
gathered by yellow
b3ttite bow that hung
a The
rim featuring 60 guests, including Frow
and Sheila Gale and between the party hours 10 and 12
911fr: (>m the back. She carried a bouquet roses. Wynn Strickland, father of the honoree, Saturday 7:30 P.M.
J'lSvir; yellow'silk flowers accented with a Sharon Crawford_ the cake. Linda mingled on the porch and deck during o'clock." 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke. Fla.
::rf- yellow ribbon., Rhue and Bonnie Arnold. presided. at the party hours 8lo 11 ...Jll' '. .
p.m. ,
->",)..> the punch bowl. ,. -
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Becty'CriU, 'kt5t r of ilffi;lit f\de, Following a wedding trip to South, ," fP.rn rtti Vtr aaun hq/, '
Leannie Massey, sister of the groom Florida the couple is residing in Saturday morning Mrs. Rowell was I'
and Vonda Key Ayer were attendants. Lawtey.The honored at a Coffee given by Mrs..V
They wore light pink, baby blue and bride is employed at TG&Y and J. Spengler, Mrs. J. T. Carver, Mrs.J. Wet
__ mint green off-the-shoulder, floor the groom is employed at Winn-Dixie. D. Warren, Mrs. Desso Formari,
length gowns with ribbons around the Mrs J. C. Dukes, Mrs. P. J. Baldwin
\.'waist tieing in back with streamers. Did You and Mrs. H. C. Ritch at the home of
They wore matching hats with rib the latter on E. Call street.
bons around the rim featuring a bowin Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. attended the Mrs. Spengler greeted the guests at believe in
the back. They carried matchingsilk funeral of her cousin Mrs. Hattie the door and presented them to Mrs.
flowers accented by ribbons. Carter Moseley at Long Branch Rowell and her sisters, Miss Gloria .
oil.Kim Register, daughter of Mr. and Cemetery last Tuesday. Strickland and Mrs. Donald Thorn-

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Pace 11.TELEGRAPII September 23,1982
Jimmie Dann CelebratesHer ,
June Hardy Debra Ake, 87th Birthday

Jim Jordan : Charles Wllbanks I

Married S.pt,10 Married Aug. 27 Jimmie Allen Dann celebrated her I
87th birthday at the Green Cove

Mr. and Mrs. James Eldon Hardy Debra Ake and Charles Wilbanks Geriatrics Center in Green Cove SprIngs i
announce the marriage of their were married at 7 p.m. Aug. 27 in the where she resides. :
daughter, June Ellen, to James ,West Columbia, Texas city park Among the participants were three
of Mrs. Dann s living children Mrs.
Harold Jordan son of Mrs. Harold gazebo. I
tl Jordan and the late Mr. Jordan of The bride,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emma Grover of Lulu; Mrs. Susie
and Ernest Allen
Carrollton Ga. Robert Ake of Starke, is a Bradford Glisson of
solemnized Starke. David Woodard, also a son of
The wedding was Sept. High School graduate. .
10 at 5 p.m. in the Atlanta Unity The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs C, Mrs. Dann's, is currently serving in
Church with Rev. Dishman of- the National Guard and could not at-
Jay W, Wilbanks, West Columbia, Texas,
ficiallng. is employed by Phillips Petroleum tend the celebration.
The bride graduated from Valdosta Co. Among the 35 in attendance were
State College where she received a Following a wedding trip to San An- five' individual groups
degree in Sociology. The groom Ui/ tonio the couple are residing in West whichrepresented four generations.Mrs. .
graduated from West Georgia College '" Columbia.' Dann's long bloodline consists of
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( her children, four living and
where he received a Bachelor in Ad- ---- seven
ministration. Mr. Jordan in owner of 1 Debra Ake three deceased, '32 great.
.. o ,1 Charles Wilbanks grandchildren, 66 great-great grand-
American Game and Music Service in ---- '" 1'1<' .
Atlanta. Shelly Rowe i children, and two great-great-great-
1 The couple are residing in Atlanta. Tom Bowen Eva AndersonTo grandchildren.
Be HonoredAt Smyrna Baptist Church

( Shelly R. Rowe, Nursing Home Announces Revival Did You Know...........
Showers Honor
Tom H. Bow.nEngagement Smyrna Baptist Church, corner
Peggy MorganMiss Told The Starke Nursing Home will West Pratt and Myrtle Streets Mr. and Mrs. Byron Snow and
honor resident Eva Anderson a Starke, will host a revival beginning
daughter, Emily of Knoxville Tenn.
Mr.and Mrs.Mark Wood Peggy Morgan, bride-elect of retired teacher on Tuesday, Sept. 28
Sunday, Oct. 3 through Sunday Oct. last
Mrs. Gloria W. Rowe of Lawtey an- were Wednesday overnight
Steve Griffis was honored at a which has been designated asTeacher's 10, beginning 7:30 nightly.
: of their
TamI Gaionl, nounce the engagement of her guests grandmother Mrs. J.
lingerie shower on Sept. 13, at 7:30: Day.Refreshments
Brother Danny Foreacre of
Mark Wood p.m. at the home of her mother, Ms. daughter, Shelly Renee to Tom H. ''will be served from Baldwin will be guest speaker Come H. Moseley.
of Mr.and Mrs. E.
Wed August 13 Loletta Morgan of Starke.The showerwas Bowen Bowen of son Starke. Perry 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. The Home will join in the singing and listen to the in- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and
welcome former students and
Henderson coworkers
Miss Debbie ,
given by
formative talks of Bro. Foreacre.
The date will be family of Tallahassee will visit his
wedding announced -
who wish to Mrs.Anderson
close friend of the bride-elect. help -
a There will be dinner after
Tami Galon! of Hampton, daughterof The refreshment table was covered at a later time. celebrate this day. morning mother, Mrs. W. H. Thomson at
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Galoni of services Oct. 10. Kingsley Lake over the weekend.
and centered
with linen cloth
a green
N.Y. and Mark Wood of
Albany
with a Bible-shaped cake decorated in
Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
the honoree's chosen colors.
Wood also of Albany N.Y. were
The hostess presented the honoree
united in marriage Aug. 13, at 11 a.m.
with a pink baby-doll negligee as a
at the Bradford County Court House
.
memento of the occasion.Approximately
with Judge George Pierce performingthe 40 guests were in-
.
nuptials.The vited attend.
to
couple were attended by Mr.
and Mrs. George Wood of Hampton
where a small reception was held
the for few close
after a
ceremony
friends. Miss Peggy Morgan, bride-elect of
Steve Griffis was honored at a
The couple are residing in Hampton
Mr. Wood is employed at Florida miscellaneous shower on Thursday
State Prison. Sept. 16, at 7:30 pm. given by the
Ladies of Emmanuel Missionary Bap--
tist Church at the home of the bride-
elect's aunt Mrs. Ellen Bailey of
ShowersDebbie Sampson Lake.
The refreshment'table was covered
with a lace cloth and decorated witha
Austin yellow floral theme. Guests enjoyed

Shower HonoreeMiss cake The, punch honoree, nuts was and presented mints. with a THE RECORD OF 10 YEAR INCUMBENT Frank Williams

Debbie Austin, bride-elect of 40-piece service for 8 set of Stoneware
Billy Geiger, was honored with a decorated with strawberries, as a
bridal shower Sept. 14 at the home of memento of the occasion.Approximately .

Mrs.Several Clarice games Powell.were played and vited to attend. 40 guests were in- REPRESENTATION Each citizen of Bradford, Clay and St. Johns counties has ONLY

prizes awarded which in turn were ONE voice and vote in the House of Representatives. The person I

given cake to the decorated brideelect.A with. doves and Junior Woman's Club elected to the House MUST be able to GET THINGS DONE if OUR

wedding bands inscribed with the Has "Make-Up" ProgramNaomi District is to have EFFECTIVE representation. WHAT has the incumbent
bride and highlightedthe
groom's names
refreshment table and was served Herres gave a make-up DONE for OUR District? 10 YEARS OF PROMISES ARE

along with other refreshments. demonstration and talk at the Junior NOT ENOUGH!
Among the many guests were Mrs. Woman's Club first fall meeting Mon-
Sheila Austin, mother of the honoree day, Sept. 13, at the club house. "

and prospective Mrs. Era groom.Geiger, mother of the coming Many year of the were club's discussed.activities for the CONFLICT OF LOCAL representative was elected to represent the interest of

Refreshments were served. .by .. ,; ......'" ..the.citizens of D"CLAYANDST..J.P1WS counties,.8 %;
l INTEREST ?
and"Carolyn .1"The'
President Kitten. ,Denmark. ,. ofthe incumbent's total cash contributions (through the last. 9 JhAJ*- <-
Autry/+ .R **? sn I I !e : ,J" :". ,,, ; -
Mrs. Larry Paterson I.. 'report) came from sources OUTSIDE DISTRICT 21. WHY? 7%

Shower HonoreeMrs. OSG, .. : '. came from sources OUTSIDE FLORIDA. WHY?
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DeVore '
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Larry Paterson was honoredat Angle '' 'it'

by a Mrs.stork shower Marty Monday Gotts, Mrs.night Keith given Birthday Celebrates Eighth : ;., 42% of the incumbent's total cash contributions came from SOUTH

Tetstone, Mrs. Buddy Revels and AND CENTRAL FLORIDA AND TALLAHASSEE. WHY? 9% came
Mrs. Jackson Prevatt at the home of
the latter on SR-16. Angle DeVore celebrated her eighth from the RACETRACK and LIQUOR industries. WHY?
The refreshment table was covered birthday on Sept. 14 with a party at
with a white lace trimmed cloth and McDonalds.The .
held an assortment of goodies and 10 children attending enjoyed EFFECTIVENESS In 1982, 80% of the LOCAL bills sponsored by the other Northeast
games and prizes, hamburgers,
treats served by Mrs. Tetstone and
Mrs. Revels. Mrs. Gotts and Mrs. cokes, ice cream and cake.Angie's Florida House members passed the legislature. By comparison,the

Prevatt presided at the crystal punch DeVore and grandmother her aunts, Mrs.Mrs.Pauline Teresa 10 year incumbent was the PRIME sponsor of,,3 LOCAL bills'and/'

bowl.The 17 guests attending between the Patterson and Mrs. Linda Adkins ONLY 1 passed the legislature ((33%) WHY *."I ".', ;,1NOM
hours 7:30 and 9 p.m. included the were among those attending. '1tt biol'l _""'DI: .SQ
honoree's mother and grandmother
Mrs. James Dyal and Mrs. T. M. The 10 year incumbent was the PRIME sponsor of 8 GENERAL

Finley Mrs. Buddy and Mrs.Paterson.Robert Paterson and BirthsDavid i ". ., : bills in 1982, and ONLY 1 passed (13'WHY, ? The incumbent's

The hostesses presented the V .: MAJOR legislative effort in 1981 and 1982 members withdrew 4he'"

honoree the occasion.with a stroller as a mementoof W..'JVUfwUnhall.Jr. fr',.,., ,': bill from the calendar and from .considefation"WHY7'VJlbS5Leaders : :

Mr. and Mrs. David West ) : i'"u. ) bot
Mendenhall of Atlanta Ga. announce LEADERSHIP :)'i committees'i- bno,? bnu
the birth of their son, David West get things done. There are 93 standing r :, .

Miss Shelly Meyer Mendenhall, Jr. Sept. 15 in Northside ;:7 i subcommittees in the House of RepresentativeIn his sth'TERM;,'
Brunch HonoreeMiss General Atlanta.
Hospital He joins a "
sister Susan Ashley age 4. :, the incumbent did NOT hold a single chairmanship W1iil 69''Of the;

Shelly Meyer of West Palm Paternal grandmother is Mrs. J! ; chairmen had less time in the legislature. \VHY? ,.1. .": :
Beach, fiancee of Drew Barry, was Fowell H. Mendenhall and the late "
honored Saturday at a Brunch at the Mr. Mendenhall of Athens Ga. :, '"'. \' ".I
Holiday Inn, given by Mrs. O. L. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and f .: In 1982, 24 House members were appointed to a select cofhmittee
Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Ann Godwin, Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Hardy of Starke. "
Gilbert Goldwire and Mrs. H. H. on reapportionment. 22 of the appointees had LESS time in the

Adams.The tables were decorated with arrangements :" legislature than the incumbent. WHY? WHERE was the 10 year incumbent

of yellow and white Arts & Crafts Festival when Bradford, Clay and St. Johns counties were being
chrysanthemums in crystal bud Plans Highlight St. Mark's divided?

vases.Among the guests were Mrs. Jack Sept. Meeting I.

Barry and Miss Adrienne Barry i'
mother and sister of the prospective- The Women of St. Mark's held their PEAT. MINING. Peat mining in the Santa Fe Swamp may adversely affect the
first fall meeting In the Parish House ; '7.r 0/ ... water table and
groom. { > the quality of water in the nearby lakes and
The hostesses gave the honoree two Tuesday evening of last week with .
serving spoons as a memento of the president, Mrs. Herbert Thomas .i, streams in Bradford and Clay Counties. Georgia-Pacific Corporation

occasion. presiding.Mrs.. Flossie. Prescott gave the who owns OVER 4,000 acres in the Santa Fe Swamp, is a major

devotional and worship service. ,;,',. contributor to the 10 year incumbent's campalgn.'WHY?
Marlene Campbell Mrs.Thomas extended an Invitationto .f. .
all members to allent the Open
Shower Honor. Board meeting of the Diocesan : *f.} i The incumbent was the PRIME sponsor in 1982 of a general bill to

.. Miss Marlene Campbell whose Sept.Episcopal 28 at Churchwomen Holy Trinity, Gainesville to be held ;$':. impose tax on the severance of peat or peat soil. WHY-would someone
1 marriage to James Gladieux is to occur and also announced the annual introduce such
'. on Oct. 9 was honored with a meeting of the women will be held :; legislation IF opposed to peat mining? The
bridal shower Friday evening Sept. Oct. 21 at the church of the Advent in t." :' bill also requires TAXPAYERS to complete reclamation and .
17, In the Hampton City Hall. :
Tallahassee.Mrs. restoration
: programs upon severance sites. WHY?
The refreshment and gift tables Kenneth Grider reported on ,. .
were covered with white cloths .. Yi't '
the last two vestry meetings. Mrs. f.;.
:. decorated with floral and umbrella James Blackshear outlined the plans
designs. The cake decorated with and chairpersons for the coming Arts
pink and red rosebuds centered the & Crafts Festival to be held Nov. 13. A
refreshment table. Punch was served handmade afghan will be drawn for at "It's Time For A Change"
: from crystal punch bowls at each end the festival.
: of the table. Crystal compotes held Mrs. Ann Rieske was appointed
candy mints and nuts. chairman of a prayer chain. FT. Ar-
Among special guests at the shower thur Lee gave a short talk on the Importance -
were the mother of the bride-to-be, of communication betweenthe VOTE OCTOBER 5th for
: Mrs. Marcelene Campbell, and herr different groups in the parish. LEE DRAWDY
grandmother, Mrs. Clifford Prevatt.
Pd PolAdv, Paid' for by
Mrs. Dominica Gladieux. mother of
the future groom, was also present. p Treasurer N. Wayne Allen. .
; The game prize was won by FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
i!. Darlene Wise. Hostesses for the event Hwy16 W. ft WtldM 984-6971
were Jackie Hall and Nancy DeVoe.
Pastor George Watson and

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I' New Bradford Senior Chapter FFA Officers... New Junior Chapter FFA officers, all freshmen Bradford High School machine Endloader was and taken Backhoe.from Starke This
are (l-rt: sentinel Marshall Phillip, Eric
Newly elected officer of the Bradford Senior FFA Mr*. Bill Spivey of Starke. Evelyn Pennell, chaplain Aaron Mathews president treasurer Crawford reporter Truck Stop Friday night between
Chapter are l-r) President Yancey Miller, Chaplain Miss Thomas, a sophomore, Is the daughter of Mr. and secretary Kyle Harrison. Missy Allen and 8 & 8:30. driven south on US-301.
Frank Sheffield. Reporter Lisa Spivey'Vice-President Mr*. Doyle Thomas of Starke. Vice-president Howard last seen In front of Alligator
Starling was absent when the
Lori Allen. Sentinel Clyde Sumner Secretary Vicki Sumner, a senior Is the son of Mr. and Mr. Clyde Phillips is the son of !Mr. and Mrs Everett Phillips of photo Starke.was taken. Creek Ranch being followed by a
bi Thomas
: and Treasurer Tommy Crosby. Sumner of Starke. car. The tractor was drllng.outh
MIUer1. Crawford Is the son of Mr. and !Mrs. J.B. Crawford of Kingsley Lake.
Ml,n.> Starke. senior U the con of Mrs. Josephine Miller of Miss Allen a senior, Is the daughter of Mrs. Norma Miss Pennell Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pennell of Theressa. on US-301 after dark

Jean Telstone. Mathews Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Mathews of Starke. without lights.
I Sheffield a sophomore is the con. of Mr. and Mrs. Crosby, a senior is the son of Mr. and Mr*. Jimmy. Harrison Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinney of Starke. 2)) Five outboard motors Mere
Frank Sheffield of Hampton.Miss Crosby of Starke. taken from Outdoor Marine three
Starling Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starling of Starke.
Splvey a sophomore I* the daughter of Mr. and week ago. All these motors Mere
bn". new and range in size from 1.5
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Hilites Hampton Elementary School Buckallew and Kelly CVubbs third you have information on any of
Hampton ; graders Bernardo Baez and Sid the above article, or knowledgeof
; PT graders, Josh Cruze and Scott Russell.
Parents are requested to attend a Campen; fourth graders Kim Hodge Each of these students were sure the theft please call Ronald E.
between H &
Newman at 964-7662.
d special PTA meeting on Thursday. and Michael Starling;, sixth grader prised and happy to be
presented witha
.:::; By Dolores Meng Following the meeting September 23, 7:30: p.m. at the school. John Underwood and seventh $1.00 bill."Someone. S. Monday thru Saturday.
Phone 468-1915 refreshments were served by Mrs. Important plans for the upcoming
e Newman. Halloween Carnival are to be made at
Girl Scouts Visit McDonalds Recuperating this meeting.
:" On Monday. Sept. 13, Girl Scout Mrs. Clarice Adkins is recuperatingat To Turn To"WTLG
Troop 55 went to McDonalds in home following recent surgery at Prize WinnersOn
;:v Starke. the first of many interestingtrips North Florida Regional Hospital in Tuesday a drawing of ten names
, .= panned for this year. The girls was conducted from among those who
ffi were given a tour of storage and Gainesville.Visit World's Fair made early returns of money collected -
freezer areas as well as cooking and Red and Wilmajean Terry have from selling spice sets. The FM88M

:= customer service areas. They all appreciated returned home following a visit to theWorld's lucky winners were kindergartener
=, the complimentary soft Fair at Knoxville Tenn. They Jennifer Jones; second graders, Tina
drinks !and agreed that,"McDonald'slis also enjoyed several days in the Starke, Florida
our kind( of place." Gatlinburg area. Enroute home they

Hampton Green Leaf visited relatives in Garnet, S.C. HOW TOINVEST

ill Club Meets Happy Anniversary IN
The Green Leaf 4-H Club held an Fred and Mary Lou Peeples North Florida First Christian
ESTATE.Our FM
organizational meeting Tuesday celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary REAL .
f night Sept. 14 at the home of Mary on Sept. 21.

Jean Newman. The American Pledge September Birthdays Oktk wid. uJ. -
was led by Tammy Peeples, and Paul 16th-Randall Rhoden, 9, John Presenting the Very Finest in

Bawek led the 4-H pledge. Underwood 13; 19th-Joey Hall, 8, sales associates
I This meeting was attended by nine Carolyn Shepherd, 6; 21-Kelly know where to look for
4-H members four parents and the Crubbs. 7, Terri Truett 6, Karla Investment opportunitieshere Christian Music and Programming.
guest speaker Mrs. Carolyn Redding Rushand Jimmy Long 11 and Alan In town or aD over the
of Starke. Rogers celebrated his 15th birthday. country And we have the

i Upcoming projects were discussed. 22nd-Shawna Budkallew, 6. experience to help you get OUR BROADCAST HOURS ARE AS LISTED
Mary Lou Peeples was named recreational financing at terms you can :
projects leader. She plans to Honored at Shower afford. Ten us your objectives
i! hold a recreational meeting at her Miss Marlene Campbell was for -we'U help find them Monday thru Friday 6:00: 9 : 00 am
you.
home. Sept. 28. honored at a bridal shower Friday
Mrs. Redding spoke Of the Countywide evening. Sept. 17, in the City Hall. 4:00-9:00: : pm

Health Club being formed. Included Hostesses for this event were Jackie 9' duJ'21.NEIGHBORHOOD Saturday and Sunday 8:00: am 9:00: pm
in goals of this club are Hall and Nance DeVoe.
\ teaching good nutrition CPR and Hampton Lake e
other First Aid techniques. Members '' CondolenceSincere ;
were invited to attend the first sympathy is extended to the PROPERTIES, Inc. The WTLG Facilities are Located at:
meeting of the Health Club scheduled family of Mrs. Lenore Trinks who Realtors

for Sept. 21 at the Agriculure. Building died SundaySept 19, 'at Alachua (904)945131IHDSrlNDBMTLT OHHS0

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YOU ARE HEREBY of 14 35' 01" th.nc. Fl 32202
I IN THE COUNTY ; my hand and TOMIINSON, SHAW.S Chem. Co.. Barlow Fla.; Attorn.y for Gun. 100; Three. Lakes..
COURT OFBRADFORD NOTIFIED that an action along a chord bearingand 904-354-2140 the teal of laid Court onSeptember BROWN P.A. one lot of desk consigned Personal Representative, Munleloading Gun, 80
COUNTY for dissolution of marriage distance of North 29 Attorneys for Plaintiff 13. 1982. to Harris Pin.
Post Office Grower 40 Mills ((904)964-5701) Three lakes. General
.: CASE NO. 82-400-SP and other r.lI.f 48'33" East 526.36 f..t to .............9/09......4tchg.... 9/30 GILBERT S. BROWNAs Stark., Florida 32091 Ft. Myers. Flo.: on. lot of 9/23"'chg 10/14 Gun. 80.
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has been filed the of .... .
against point beginning; Clerk of told Court Telephone9049648272.9J62lcbp light bulbs, consigned' to .. ..... ............ ..and establishes thequota ,
j US LIFE CREDITCORPORATION you in the abovestyledcourt th.nc. South 6305'27" NOTICEOF Beulah Westlnghouse Lamp NOTICE
By: MoodyAs 9/23 on total deer
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ond you or. required East 84.36 feet to the INTENTIONTO Deputy Clerk.. Div., Miami Fla.; and which may be token on
Plaintiff, to erve a copy of Westerly right of way REGISTER 9/164tchg 10/07 NOTICE on. 101 of dye consignedto ..I.c'. wildlife' management .
'1L'> ,! vs your written defence If line of the Seaboard Airline FICTITIOUS NAME OF INTENTIONTO Unicnem Corp., Fl. The Game and FreshWater areas as follows

lULL MONTGOMERYAND any, to It on JAMES L. Railroad: th.nc. .....-...... REGISTER Lauderdale, Flo. to Fish Commission LoFloresta Perdido
ZELIOUISE TOMLINSON. ESQUIRE South 1632'30" West Pursuant to Section FICTITIOUS NAME satisfy freight and of the State of Florida Muiilelooding Gun 100ant.rI.

MONTGOMERY Post Office Drawer 40.Starke. .. 650.62 feet along ..aldW..t.rly 865.09, Florida Statutes, IN THC CIRCUIT storage charges, under under and by virtue of ... deer, Tolqum
Defendant, Florida 32091, right of way notice is hereby giventhat COURT OF THC NOTICE IS HEREBY the provisions of Section the power and authority (Jan. 7-9, only) 10
...-.-....... and file the original with line; thence North the undersigned EIGHTH GIVEN that the undersigned 4b( ) of Uniform Standard granted under Section 9, anlerless deer. Bull
.,' NOTICE' OF the Clerk of the obov. 635'27"West 201.44 feet EDWARD AND MADELIN CIRCUIT IN AND JUDICIAL FOR of, under Section the 865.09 provision Bill Gator of lading.' Article Constitution IV of the and Florida Rule Creek, Archery. ..5an".n
SHERIFFS SALE styled court on or toh.. point of beginn ROBERTS sole owners; BRADFORD Freightways.lnc. deer: Citrus
COUNTY. Florida Statutes, willr.gl.t.r 39-15.03
of the Commission
((2))
Carrier

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b.for814 Odober,1982. ing. Containing 2.099 doing business under the Archery 100 ontlerlets
FLORIDA with the Clerk of ,
9/23 9/30 hereby
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NOTE'IISt, {HERESY Otherwise a Judgement ocr... For a point of firm name of ROBERTS the Circuit Court In and ........... ......... establishes the number deer; Seminole Ranch
GIVEN thai I., Dolph E. hall entered against r.f.r.nc. beginning at BAIT AND TACKLE Rout. PROBATE DIVISION for Bradford County. IN THE CIRCu'lT COURT. of antlerless d..r Archery, 10 legal buck
Reddish. Sheriff Bradford you for' the relief the NE corner of the 4, Box 655. Stark. Bradford Florida, upon receipt of EIGHTH JUDICIAL to b. issued permits on deer; Seminole Ranch.Munleloading .
County. Florida demanded In the Peti above described tract, County. Florida, Case No. 8270CPIN proof of publication of CIRCUIT. selected wildlife Gun, 10
under and by virtu. of a tion. thence along ..oldW..t.rly 32091. Intends to this notice, the following IN AND FOR manag.m.nt areas a* legal Seminole buck deer
Writ 0 of' E..cutlonh.r.tofor. WITNESS my hand right of way register 'sold fictitious RE: Th. Estate of fictitious name, to wit: BRADFORD COUNTY. follows: Gun, 10 Ranch buck Modern
doer,
Issued out of and seal 1 of laid court on line of the Seaboard AirLine name under the ANNA LENA DITTRICH YOUN' I RECORDS under FLORIDA Avon Park Tosohalchee legal.
the t aboveentitledCourt the 8th day of Railroad North aforesaid statute. Deceased. which I am engaged in Muislelooding Gun 100; 50 deer; Tosohotchee Archery.
) In the robove- I September 1982.GILBERT I6'32'30" East 133 feet: Dated this 9th day of business at P. O. Box PROBATE DIVISION Avon Park, General Munleloading Gun. SO
tlyled cau... hove levied S. BROWN thence South 8953'20" September A. D.. 1982 NOTICEOF 380. lawtey, Florida FILE NO. 82-76-CP Gun 100 Camp Standing deer, Tosohatch.
upon the following pro Clerk Circuit Court East 503.9 feet to the in Bradford County. ADMINISTRATION 32058 that th. name of (North Range) Modern Gun 50 deer
party situate. lying and By Beulah Moody Northeast corner of the 9/09 4tpd 9/30 the persons solely interested In R.: Estate of G.n.ral Gun 200: This order shall .pire,

being In Bradford County Deputy Clerk SW 1/4 of Section 26. .................................. Th. administrationof in the sold O. J. UNDERHIll Osceola (November 13 January 17, 1983.
Florida to-wIt; Township 5 South Rang. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the Estate of ANNA business' I I. as follows: Deceased only), 1,000: Aucillo I Itchg9 23
9/09 4tchg 9/30 22 East. EIGHTH JUDICIAL AIMEE SHEDDAN TOM (South U.S. 98 In Jefferson
....... ............ and CIRCUIT LENA OITTRICH, Deceas SHEDDAN, Interlachen, NOTICE OF and Wakulla counties
loll 2. 3 and 6 of tog.th.r with: ed. File No. 82-70-CP. it Florida. September 7, ADMINISTRATIONThe ), 200, Apalachee,
Block 1 8. North Reno S/D IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT Stainless Steel I OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR pending In the. Circuit 1982. General Gun 25; Joe -
Section 21, Township 6. IN AND FOR Freeier/Cooler; Electric BRADFORD COUNTY Court for Bradford County 9/23 4tpd 10/14 administrationof Budd Muiilelooding., 75 -TH \..

Rang 22. Starke. Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY. and/or Gas Broiler; CIVIL ACTION Florida. Probate Division ................................. the estate of O. J. St. Regis, General Gun a i OFFICE W
County. Florida. FLORIDA Miscellaneous Shelving; the address of NOTICE OF UNDERHILL. deceased, SO: Bull Cr..k I
Griddle: Stainless Steel Case No. 82-388 which li Bradford County QUOTA LIQUOR Case No. 82-76-CP. Is Muiilelooding Gun 4S, SHOP
01 the property of the CASE NO. 82-98 CA Salad Pr.p.; Hood: FIr. Courlhoute, Post Office LICENSE DRAWINGThe pending In the Circuit Bull Creek. General
abov.-nom.d D.f.n- Extinguisher System: Hot JEROME P. RENDERING. Drawer B, Starke, Court for Bradford County. Gun. 45: Citrus
dants. and that on the HORNES INTERNATIONAL. Food Table; Plastic Dish Husband Florida 32091. The Division of Florida, Probate Division Muiilelooding Gun, 180.;
27th day of September INC. Containers' ; Dish Rocks; Plaintiff name and addresses of Alcoholic Beverages and the address of Citrus Modern Gun. 180:
1983. Monday at 1:00 a Florida Corporation V.g.tabl.Slic.r; Sllcers; the Personal Representative Tobacco announces a which is Bradford County Salt Springs,
p.m. on said day on the Plaintiff Mixers; Stainless SteelWork vsGLADYS D. RENGERING and the PersonalR.presenotive's quota liquor license Courthouse, Stork, Muiilelooding Gun. 100;
premise of the Bradford VS Tables; Con Wife at drawing for Bradford Florida 32091. The Salt Springs, Modern

County Sheriff Office, I SERGIO AGUILO; el ol., Opener; Safe; Heat D.f.ndon'NOTICE torn.y ore set forth County to which all .person the names Personal and address of r ,
will Lamp.: Ic. Machin. are invited: Representative
offer for sole and Defendants : FLORILAND
below.All and of'the Personal REALTY
DATE AND TIME
sell 2Comp. Sinks OF SUIT. :
to the highett bidderfor ; Interested persons Representative's
cash In hand the NOTICE OF SALI Dishwasher; AI,. NO PROPERTYTO are required to file October 10:00: A.M.6. 1982 attorney are set forth 964-7700
above-described property I Conditioning Equipment; with this court. WITHIN
a* the property of the NOTICE IS HEREBY Walk-In CooI.r/Fr_....; : GLADYS D. RENGER- THREE /MONTHS Of THE Bradford PLACE County: Cour below.All interested persons 393 N. Tempi Ave, Stark

said Defendant to GIVEN THAT pursuant Convection Oven; ING. .1057 Springhouse FIRST PUBLICATION OF thau... County Commissioners ore required to file, Vernie P. Odom Broker GRIJ.
satisfy cold Execution.DolphE. to on Order of FinalJudge".nt Waitress Station: Tables; Drlv., c/o Cambridge THIS NOTICE: ((1) all| Meeting Room. with the court WITHIN
of Choirs; Booths: Salad Station Apartments. claims against the estate 92S North T.mpl. THREE MONTHS FROM D. Odom..Jr. Associate 9645476. Eve.

Reddish.Sheriff. for.clo.ur..ntsr.d In and Display Cases; Apartment No. 945-D. and ((2)) any objection by Avenue. Starfce, Florida. THE DATE OF THE FIRST
Bradford County. the obove-coptloned ace Microwave Oven; Drink Columbia. South an Interested person to PURPOSE: PUBLICATION OF THIS WE NEED LISTINGSON
Florida- lion I will sell the property Dispensers; Gift Shop Carolina 29210. whom notice was moiled To conduct a double random NOTICE ((1)) 'All claims LAND
9/02 4tchg '/23 situated In Bradford Floats and Display. that challenges the drawing from the against the estate and AND HOMES
........................ County. Florida Cash Register; YOU ARE HEREBY validity of the will, the pool of qualified applicant ((2)) any objection by on OLDER STORY home in need of repairs,
IN THE CIRCUIT described a*: Miscellaneous Small NOTIFIED that an action qualifications of the Personal for a new quota Interested person to owner will hold mortgage.
COURTOf'THI! Port of the NE 1/4 of Wares; Signs. for Dissolution of Mar. Representative, liquor license in Bradford whom notice was mailed Approximately 16 Acres in City, Financing
1 EIGHTH JUDICIAL Nl 1/4 of SW 1/4. Sec- at public sole, to the rtage has been filed venue, or (jurisdiction of. County and establish that challenges the available.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR flan 24. Township 5 highest and belt bidder against you and you ore the court. each qualified appli validity of the will the BUILDING LOT on Pratt St. lOO'xllS'
BRADFORD COUNTY South, Range 22' East for cash at the front required to serve a copy All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS cant's standing to qualifications of the per. LOT IN HIGHRIDGE ESTATES in Keystone.
FLORIDACIVIL Bradford County door of the Bradford of your written def_.... NOT SO FILED receive' the new license. sonol representative( I 100'xMO'.

1 ACTION' Florida being more pan County Courthou. In If any to It, on the plain.tiWs Will FOREVER. BAR- .."*...............Mchg9/23.............. the venue court.or jurisdiction of : WOODEN BUILDING on nice size lot, some
CASE NO.I2.3M Stork. Florida, at 11:00 attorney whosename !RED. work. Nice home.
tkularty described
a* NOTICE ALL CLAIMS AND :
.. follows: Commencing at o'clock A.M. on October ; and address Is Publication of this. OBJECTIONS NOT e FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One of Starke's
,. IN HE: The Marriage of a point In the easterly 4. 1982. Dudley P. Hardy P.A.. P. Notice has begun on 16 NOTICE I* h.r.by FILED WILL BE FOREVER SO landmark homes 436 No. Walnut St.
MARTHA 0?, HUNTWlf."tlan.r. ,- right of way line of State GILBERT BROWN O. Drawer 1000. Stark.,. September. 1982. given that on Monday. BARRED e CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom. 2 bath well.
and Rood :200 designated a* CLERK OF THE Florida 32091, and file Personal I Representative October 4. 1982 at 10:00 Date of the first .built older home. Has nice yard. -
WAYNE B. HUNT. JR.." :Stations 333 and 41.41 CIRCUIT COURT the original with the MARY LOUISE REED1015NW2tstAve..Apl. o'clock A.M.., the under publication this Noticeof 131 ACRE FARM: Four chicken houses 3,000 I
Huebond/R..pond.nt., and also known as the BY: Beulah Moody clerk of the above styled signed. GATOR' Administration: .ft. road frontage on US-301. '. .
point of curve, sold curve Deputy Clerk court on or before October to FREIGHTWAVS INC. will September. 1983. ,ly ACRE to L1* ACRE LOT: Priced to sell.
NOTICE!OF ACTIONTO being concave to the 15, 1962; otherwise Gainesville, Fl ..110' public auction far MARIAN J. UNDERHILL ? to $3350. Terms.' $500- down. payments
North and West With a Edgar W.McCurry,Jr. a lodgement may cash at 217) Com Personal Representative for yra. .t 12".
: WAYNE HUNT JR. radius of 11,314.1 feel Alan C. Jensen be entered ogalnnt you Attorney for monwealth A"..* 25 ACRES: With US-301 frontage.
Residence Unknown and a total central angle 2626 'IndependentSquare for the relief demanded "Personal Representative Jacksonville, Florida, DUDLEY P. HARDY 9 ACRES: with 476 f.. on US-307.
In the complaint one lot of prtd. P. O. '
or peti- : paper Drawer 1030 IS ACRES: Ideal for building on. lots of shade
tlon.. consigned '0' Agrlco Storfce. Florida 32091 t Good terms. trees.


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off a rousing 3-0 overtime Friday's Quick Facts ,..
victory over Baker County and an
4A open week the Tornadoes of Bradford Game Site: Palatka, kickoff 8" :

c :;: High School go to Palatka Friday p.m. ,
s night, Sept. 24, to battle the numberone Season Records: Palatka 2-0. :
ranked Palakta Panthers (2-0). BHS 1.0.Series :
M Kickoff time Is 8 p.m. for the game History: Palatka 24 wins;*: I
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d .' 'r x' J' the Bradford High School front office Last MeetingPalatka: won 55-0:;:
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d.4 Baker County 2 weeks ago the defen-
,Il fi ,1 ding state champ Panthers blasted and defensive end John Bennett, the i
-, 'i'h touted Gainesville High School 24-7 Tornadoes' leading tackler in the win i
; before nearly seeing their now over Baker, are due to miss the game I
: :' 16-game winning streak halted last after suffering injuries ..t practice

I, week by New Smyrna Beach. Johnson tore ligaments in his knee I'
f. Palatka survived in their district and is in a cast for possibly 4 weeks
; > game against NSB's Barracudas ((1-1) and Bennett injured his neck but will i
4 ; A by a 19-18 score, but only when a probably miss just Friday's game.
: field New The will force bench-thin
41-yard goal try by Smyrnahit injuries
the crossbar and bounced back Bradford to double up even more.
L "t. f. t with 1:17: to KO in the game. Linebacker Don Green will pull 2-way
J 1/,1\1"-.. ", .... Even the narrow win wasn't enoughto duty by shifting to center on offense
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Splish Splash.... We're Taking a Bath.., ranking in the state sportswriterspoll Bennett's defensive end spot. Prac-
I Or so it seemed when the Tornado 9th graders and Keystone Height played Here Mike Cluippel of HIIS (dark helmets) delivers a blow to a Keystone where they still lead 2nd-ranked tice Monday was Hill's first day work
I football Tuesday night at soggy!: Bradford Stadium. kl&'k returner with another Tornado coming In wet pursuit. Titusville Astronaut and 3rdranked'Belle ing at end Hurse said. 3:
Glades Central.But Also, Bennett's injury left the Tornadoes -
it did show the Panthers may without a on
snapper punts
I'' Tornado Freshman Open With Easy 26-7 VictoryA not be the invincible team of a year and kickoffs. "That's crucial, we've
ago, when they went 14-0 enroute to gotta find a snapper this week
the AAA crown. Hurse noted. $ti:

group of Bradford High 9th The Tornadoes were stopped on and Scott Anders recovered to set up coach Hick Stevens was in the mood "Palatka is not nearly as good offensively Home Tickets 3
graders with great expectations for their next two possessions! of the 1st another Bradtord score. for passing out praised. lie said or" defensively as they were Goon SaleReserved .'.
quarter but early in period two versatile everybody played and learned from last year, BUS head coach David
the future got their Tornado careers The BHS freshman drove the ball in Hurse said don't seat season tickets and,:
off to a good start with a 27-6 win over quarterback Keith Kehoe cap- with Wendell Shanks scooting 23: the opening game and also thanked succinctly. "They advanced-price single game tickets;'
ped a 76 yard march to the endzone each one of his coaches. execute as well. Of course you lose,as
outmanned Heights Tuesday
the Tornadoes
to set Ist-and-
Keystone yards up for 1982 Bradford High football are>
rain-sloshed Bradford with a 16 yard jaunt around right end "All did was watch," Stevens said. many as they did (28 seniors, 12 '':
night at gual from the 3 and Greg Jackson available at the BITS front office. :
with 5:23: left in the half. Kehue also "Jimmy (Prevatt) did a super job of starters graduated including John L. *
Stadium. took it in from there. Long booted the reserved stadium seat for the
Williams Oliver and Willie A
had a 22 yard I bootleg gainer in that calling the offensive plays, Bill Darryl ,
extra point through and with 3:23: to Tornado home Santa?
The class 2A Indians 7th-8th-9th Tilton to major colleges) and you'renot five :
scoring drive while Jackson had (Sexton) handled the defense, and Augustine
graders had already played a game, go in the 3rd period Bradford led 270. going to execute as well." Fe Oct. 1, St. ?
gainers of I 11 and 6, Brett Russell picked Keith (Tetstone) had his offensiveline
beating Williston 6-0, but they up 12 through a gaping hole knocked Keystone got its only tally midway blowing open holes. "I think the kids are looking for (Homecoming) Oct. 8, GainesvilleHigh
couldn't match the size, power, or open by Danny Manning and Jeff through the fourth period with a lime- "We had fun and we pulled the big ward to it," Hurse added. "Tommy Oct. 15, Gainesville Eastside
speed of Bradford's freshman club Parliament, and Lonnie Hamilton consuming 82 yard drive. BItS was plays." Johnson (BHS center) went over and Nov. 12, and Middleburg Nov 19-jS:
Tuesday. Tornado coaches shuttled carried tacklers on an 11-yurd burst.! guilty of roughing the kicker to keep watched their game last Friday and will cost $18.00. ?'
every player into the game in what the drive going and a facemask penalty Freshman Visit between what he told 'em and from Also, single game tickets will b@
was obviously a "fun" night of foot The young Tornadoes opened the put the Indians within range at the the score of the game I think the kids sold in advance at the high school,
ball.On spread up to 20-0 when Brett Russell 14 yard line. Baldwin Next know Palatka's not as dominating as and middle school (see Mrs. Gissy>;
the very first play from scrim- scored a TD and ran in for the point Shifty Frank, Geisenberg took a pit The next game for the freshman is they were when they won it all last costing$2 for students in grades 9-12?
mage Tornado Clint Jenkins cut back conversion as well. chout and sprinted the 14 yards to the Tuesday night, Oct. 28, at Baldwin. year (and pasted Bradford 55-0))." $1 for K through 8th,and $3 for adult
across the grain for a 56 yard Moments later on the kickoff Frank corner to get the Indians on the board They come back home for a Tuesday, The mention of Johnson, Bradford'sfine tickets. :
touchdown run and BUS controlled Long jolted the ball loose from a with 4:51: to go in the game. Oct. 5, home game (7:00): with Mid- junior center, brings up a Game night tickets at the gate will
play from that point on. Keystone runner with a hard tackle Afterwards head JV-9th grade dleburg. discouraging injury report. Both he be $3 for all. ::;




1\\< ,a, BHS Harriers Run ..SI.>lurrtl; >rnded in 1st Meet J I t

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When BHS cross country coach behind winner Gainesville Huc-hhnU's 43rd in 13:50.: Bunched up after cTMbnflSad1fferl
George Loper originally signed his 53. DeWitt were Tammy Mann, 77th in
boys and girls teams up as one of over Kenny DeWitt came through withan 15:16: ; Michelle Kimutis, 80th in
20 schools in last Saturday's Greater 85th place (among some 160 run- 15:29: ; Cheryl Bogle, 83rd in 15:43: ;
Jacksonville Open cross country in- ners) at 18 minutes: 23 seconds, Eddie : and Cheryl<' : 85th in 15:45.: Non-
vitational he figured his runners Tennant was 104th at 18:55: and scoring finishers for Bradford were
could stay with the pack, as good as Jeff Powell 127th at 19:57: to lead the Angie Coleman, 107th in 17:30: and -
the competition was going to be. Tornadoes and Wade Widener Allison Denmark, llRth in 20:03.: :
But, circumstances intervened and ((20:22): ), Calvin Thomas ((20:46): and "Being packed in the 15's like they
Bradford was a distant finisher in the Tudy O'Neal ((20:47): ) all ran faster were after Linda is going to help us
early test over the Bishop Kenny times than Loper had projected for down the road," Loper Sdid. "They
course in Jacksonville. them. just have to get their times down."
The BHS boys ran without their top Loper knew his girls team would be Of the boys the coach said, "having
,: 3 Saturday- Richard Warren, out young and inexperienced, but they Richard and Curtis back this week
with a broken toe, Curtis Jones, who became even younger when standout and Paul back out eventually will
had car trouble and missed the bus to track sprinter Pam Hawkins decidednot make all the difference in the world. _
Jacksonville, and Paul McKinney, to run this year. But we've got our work. cut out for
who has been out of school taking care The Lady Tornadoes were 13th of 16 us." 7 7 7
of an ill brother. girls teams Saturday totaling 368' The Tornado cross country teamsgo
The result was a last place finish points. 4A juggernaut Orange Park to Palatka for an invitational to- _
among 21 teams for the BHS boys, ran away with the meet21 points to day, Thursday, Sept. 23, and host the
despite some gutty performances by class 2A Jacksonville Episcopal's 109. first home meet Tuesday, Sept. 28,
runners called on to replace the miss- Top finisher for BHS in the girls behind the middle school with Clay
1 i ing. BHS scored 583 points, well race was sophomore Linda DeWitt, High, Jacksonville Lee, and Baker >.

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Young players Involved in their McCloud, all starting for the first

first matches performed surprisingly time, each made a contribution. j

well as a Lady Tornado volleyball service and a
Slocum had 4 points
team with Just 2 experienced players couple of point-winners at the net. j
started its season with 2 victories last Strickland served 2 points.

week. McDougald set up Bass' dink that L4

In the season opener at home Mon- made it 9-2 in the opening game. And
day night the BHS girls blitzed 0-2 McCloud served twice for points to ; 4t 4 fir '
Hawthorne 15-3, 15-2 and Tuesday in stretch the second game lead to 80. Hu 4y
Live Oak they rallied back from a 1st-
Tuesday was tougher, and coach
game setback to defeat Suwannee
Diggs said the play wasn't as good.
V7r County IMS, 15-3. 15-11.

fit was really pleased, the "We discussed it after the match :
younger girls did well for me and they know we have to improve. y .t1) w
tonight," said coach Inez Diggs after They feel we can straighten it out at P WA 4 !; CH r
Monday's home victory. practice tommorrow (Wednesday) y rt
before GHS Thursday"
we play
She was confident returning
starters Lorraine Bass and Vonda The Lady Tornadoes play at

"t Kay Hall would play well... and they Gainesville Thursday, Sept. 23. and
return home for another district

did.Hall served for 12 points, with 6 of 5-AAA match with Buchholz at 6 p.m.

her diving deliveries going unreturned Monday night, Sept. 27.

1 of them an ace the Hornets didn't In the Suwannee match Tuesday 'l'f' !':t"'ItJ; 4.i."Z" ,6'kvsr; si ai;ei+4iLi'Jr. !:.;.,- .... .
touch. She also slammed 3 spikes. freshman McCloud came through

with 9 service points in game 2 as BHS Cowboys Put a Stop to Conversion Attempt... .

Bass contributed 19 services, 5 of rallied to tie the game. In the deciding Cowboy defender Gerald Bradham (number 42 at Pee Wee game last Saturday in Starke.
them unreturned them
4 N 1 of an ace. third game Bass served 6 points and left) and Lance Wiggins (right, along with an unidentified The failed attempt left the game In a 6.81ie just before
and
She also had 2 spikes at the net, 1
slammed home 2 spikes while new
dink winner. player applying the lick, put a stop to an extra I lialftlme.
player Christy Strickland served up 4 point try by Callahan when the visitors fumbled In the
points.
But with only those two with any experience -
For the night Bass led with 12 serv-
the other girls had to come ing points, including 6 outright win-
L through. ners. McCloud had 10 serves Hall 7, Pop Warner Season Opens in Starke I

I Senior Lorraine Bas performs a, Pat Slocum CindyMcDougald Strickland. Wen Slocum 6, and Christy Strickland 5.
In victory dy and freshman Valerie Hall led with 4 spikes in the match. '
backcourt set Monday's Mitey Mites Callahan 0 adding 14 in 4 attempts, W. Collins 11 of a 7-0 struggle with CallahanA

The Cowboy Mitey Mites picked in 2 attempts, and Clarence Williams short punt gave the visitors the
ANew right back up where they left off last 6 yards on one carry. ball at the Bradford 20, and helped
Now Appearing year- winning ballgames. along by a pair of 5-yard penalties
Courthouse They made Callahan their opening Defensively Williams and Jimmy Callahan stuck the ball in for the only
Cross Point victim Childers led the Mitey Mite shutout of the .
; game by a 13-0 score as Shaun score game.
Band OfficeOn Nichols broke two long TD runs effort with plenty of help from their Harold Chandler led Bradford both
(Varivty )
between 9:30 12:30 covering 67 and 64 yards to bust up a tea mates. offensively and defensively, gaining
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Sept. 24, : will tough defensive ballgame. Williams led with 10 tackles, 80 yards rushing and making 19
Senate candidate Jim Crews Timmy Taylor punched over on an Childers had 9, Nichols 5, Taylor 4, tackles.
set up an outdoor office at the extra point run to complete Brad- Doris Hill 3,and John Strickland,Joel Helping him on defense were Willie
Bradford Co.Courthouse.He ford's scoring. Gormon, and Hutcheson 1 apiece. Chandler with 7 tackles, Eugene Blye
Draft Baep wants to listen to you Nichols slashed for 146 yards on 9 with S, and Troy Aaron and T. Blye
carries to lead the team's in running. Callahan 7.Pee Wees 0 with 3.
CREWSPROPOSED Taylor added 26 yards on 5 tries for The Cowboy Pee Wees played stout On offense Mike Jackson ran for 20
JIM the Cowboys, with Reginald Cheffield defense but came up on the short end yards and Chuck Morrow had 15.


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AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON

NOVEMBER 2 1982 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

ARTICLE I SECTION 12

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of the State
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all EldrTda: and,?'they* did. determine and direct that the .I 'S' ARTICLE I ",' .
sai't4":: oi"ifCrite S'1"ions: be:Sii5m t'te: .t'Tto"'the'; te1ectorsWof'" 111'"r". DECLARATION OF RIGHTS -

the State of Florida at the General Election to be "i : 4,. SECTION 12. Searches and seizures.--The right of the people to be
held on November 2 1982. .:. secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonablei
.. d i ,i searches and seizures, and against the unreasonable interception of
'r private communications by any means, shall not be violated. No warrant

NOW, THEREFORE I GEORGE FIRESTONE ,, shall be issued except upon probable cause, supported by affidavit, '
Secretary of particularly describing the place or places to be searched the person ort
State of the State of Florida do hereby give notice i t persons, thing or things to be seized the communication to be

that an election will be held in each County in Intercepted and the nature of evidence to be obtained. This right shall
be construed in conformity with the 4th Amendment to the United States
Florida on November 2 1982 for the ratification or Constitution, as interpreted by the United States Supreme Court.

rejection of the Joint Resolutions proposing amendments Articles or information obtained in violation of this right shall not be
,' admissible in evidence if such articles or information would be
to the Constitution of
the
State of Florida
viz ,
; : lCONSTITUTIONAL Inadmissible under decisions of the United States Supreme Court
construing the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution.
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ARTICLE II SECTION 8 AMENDMENTS .
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If l : ECTION 8. Ethics in government.- public office Is a public trust.
The people shall have the right to secure and sustain that trust against
A abuse. To assure .this right

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k'} ( All ,elected constitutional officers and candidates for such ARTICLE I
offices and, ,.a. may be determined by law other public officers, DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
'candidate, and ,employees shall file full and public disclosure of their
finane= aJo'inter..ts.: ; Section 14. Pretrial release and detention Batt.--Unless charged with

t.. a capital offense or an offense punishable by life imprisonment and the
(b) All elected public officers and candidates for such offices shall : proof of quilt is evident or the presumption la great. Hntttadindeea1ttileyr
file full and public disclosure of their campaign finances. with crime violation of
t every person charged a or municipal ort
'county ordinance shall be entitled to pretrial release on reasonable
(c)1'.Any public officer or employee who breaches the public trust foe' t conditions. If no conditions of release can reasonably protect the
private gain and any person or entity inducing such breach shall be f: community from risk of physical harm to persons, assure the presence of
liable to the state for all financial benefits obtained by such actions. .. the accused at trial, or assure the integrity of the judicial process
The manner of recovery and additional damages nay be provided by law. the accuse may be detained bett-wtth-aaf f tetent-sarety-anteas-chaceee

;, wth--e.ptt.i-etfefte.-e.-.ft-.ffeftee-.wftt.he ie-by-itfe-t.prts.ft.eftt--eftd
(d) Any public officer' or employee who is convicted of a felony !he-p..f-.f- wtit-ie-.ideftt-- e-"P't.ft-t.-.eety
involving a breach of public trust shall be subject to forfeiture of r.
rights and privileges under a public retirement
system or pension plan in '
such manner as may b. provided by law. 'tI" ..
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(e) No member of the legislature statewide elected officer shall 'I' tiY

personally represent another person or entity for compensation before any ; : IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto
state the ,
government body or unless such
person files full and
public disclosure of_ his or ag.ncYt inancial Interests pursuant to ,, set my hand and affixed the Great Seal
subject on (a> eE--whlab-lhad4v wai-was-.ft- 't.i of
the
e.--MeM ee or a 'State of Florida at Tallahassee
period of two years following vacation of ,
office. No member of the ,
legislature shall personally represent another person or entity' for ''v-e.. the Capital this the sixth day of
compensation judicial during term of office before any state agency other than August A. D. 1982.
tribunals. Similar restrictions on other public officers and
employees may be established' by law.

(f) There shall be an Independent commission to conduct
Investigations and make public reports on all complaints concerning
breach of public trust by public officers or
employees not within the
jurisdiction of the judicial qualifications commission.g ,: .. .; 1"
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( ) This section shall not be construed to Halt disclosures and ,":; '.. '; ::7 :;-:,
prohibitions which may be established by law to preserve the public trust ,,,- 1-:: y ;'
and avoid conflicts between : <;: .' ; I't.
public duties and private Interests. .. .5 A ., ...
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(h) Schedule-- the effective date of this. ...ndM.nt.nd until .. S -; .
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(1) Full and public disclosure of financial Interests shall scan G ORGE'FI ESTONE

filing with the secretary of.state by July 1 of each year A sworn SECRETARY
OF STATE :
statement showing net worth and identifying each asset and liability in .
excess of 31,000 and its value together with one of the following. : -' \\.'',

a. A copy of the person's most recent federal income tax return orb .,' '
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A sworn statement which identifies each separate source and\moun t .- S { '
of income which exceeds 11,000. The forms for such source disclosure and '..\ .
the rules under which they are to be filed shall be prescribed by the '
Independent commission established in subsection (f) and such rules <;: 'I'1. 1 >.:: I 'J.g, Z
shall Include disclosure of secondary sources of Income. ..j; j "',
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(2) Persons holding statewide elective office shall also file ", ..
disclosure of their financial interests pursuant to subsection (hl .
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(3) The independent commission provided for in subsection If) shall I CODING : Words in
mean the Florida Commission on Ethics, struck-through type are deletions from
existing law; words in underscored type'are additions.







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The weatherman just didn't back to 27 holes for everything but the Trophies were given to the cham- I
cooperate with the Starke Golf & championship flight.In pion and runnerup in the other five :
urt" nJ Country Club's club golf champion the championship division defending flights, based on 27-hole tallies. Recipients ,
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ships this year. champ Richard Gaines and oft- were: ;
Already postponed by rain last times-winner Harold 'Bish' Bishop '
weekend, the annual event was were dead even with just a couple 1st flight Harry Riggs champ
shortened to 27 holes (from 36)) Sunday holes to go when they finally decidedto with a 121 and Len Bobo second at : j,
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J when rain and lightning cascaded head for the dry clubhouse. Plans 125; 2nd flight- Dr. H.H. Adams the
II down on the golf course late in the are for Gaines and Bishop to agree on winner at 130 and Bill Hea vner edging I
afternoon of the second round a time to complete the round from Grover Howard 133 to 134 for second; :
Most golfers were on the back 9 that point.Gaines 3rd flight- Jim Womack tops at 138. :
heading for home but scores reverted shot 71 the first day and 37 and Darryl O'Neal number two with a : I
on the front 9 Saturday to lead 140; 4th flight Blue McKinney first :
Bishop's 75-37 by 4 shots but 'Bish' with a 145 and Dick Ables nosing out i :
THE IKADKK: 80111I'ehan'p'onahlp James O'Brian by a stroke with 146 :
made a charge on the back 9 to tie.
unrinlxhrdlUl
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MKhl Sitting third after 27 holes in the top for the runnerup award; and 5th ;
<< Flight flight was Danny McKinney at .flightDewey McKinney with a handicaps : '
1)) Harry !. 121 and finished subtracted 104 for first with :
I 78-38-116 Bobby McRae
2)LenBnhn) ,. |125 :
Eddie Douglas second at 111 :
311) Dwight .12 up early Sunday with f1 9a-77.1x1
41) A B. Howard... |:)5 1ft : i
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II) Dr. II II. 130
iII Bill llcavrwr .. -
21) 133
a 15idt y ,,t 3) Grover Howard .,.. 134 :
4) Jnhn .. FOR THE CITY !
5)) I.onnmZurfluh... ,.... 137
% vue and Steve Wright .' .. 137
Of t t rorpv 7)) Dr. Hurry Grucn .............. ,.....1311 II
4 IAi %in and Dr.Dennis ConnaiiKhlon...,.j"./.. lm: OF STARKE : !
91 MikeSexInn .... ... ..'. ? laD

:3rd KIlKlilI
>Jim Wnmack .. nnJ :
) Darryl O'N.al. ., .1 ,.140
31 Ralph Bryan. ,. 142 Thanks for :
4)) Jack Eaves. .. ..',143

r try ri ''r )k a 1 ktl I I Blue McKinney .4th. FllghlI .". 145
2w lMdLhw'r ,. 2)) Dick Ablfa. 148I Your :
*"< ,' ". A *, .. ", 3) James O'Brian. 147 Support
F" ; fc ,J- :> .: .<<{ \, ....... f "tQIJIJ I 4) Bon Moxley. n j

Look Up in the Air... It's a Flying Football....
5th t'lI"htIhandiCD"a in election to the City Commission
But not for long, Bradford linebacker' Barry Warren' (no. 10) plucked' the' pigskin out of the' air ( ..) my
I after' warding off several' teamates' (Craig Falstroaux' :ii. Frank Sheffield' 11, and Matt Widener' 12) who I I) Dewey McKinney 104
2)) Eddie DougluH. 111
were' also anxious to grab an interception.' 3) Dale Mollerup 113 Bobby Biggs
The' play came In last week's' JV game at Kastslde when' a Ham pass was batted' up or grabs. 4)) Lee Sparks 124 t ropoi AOV' I Imm
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The 10th grade football team of and 13 yards, and Brown had pickupsof
Bradford High got started on the 8 and 7 yards along the way as BUS Voice
wrong foot last week against Eastsidebut moved down to a 4th and 2 situation at Strong Effective I
hopes to take a big step forward the Eastside 12 with 7:01: left on the I,
tonight,. Thursday Sept. 23, when clock. '
they host Gainesville High School. BHs tried a sweep by Oliver Tyson, aW.4 :
Gametime is 7 p.m. at Bradford but the big back was dropped for a 6
Stadium for tonight's clash. yard loss to turn the ball over to
Last week the BHS sophomores Eastside.The has been leader all his life
LEADERSHIP Leaders get things done. Lee Drawdy a
opened their football campaign at Rams were held on downs as
Citizen's Field in Gainesville and little Gordon Smith made a tackle 4 yards Lee Drawdy has held TOP leadership positions in the 4-H Club, Boy
went right as Eastside's Baby deep in the backfield and Patrick United Methodist
of America State school
Rams opened up a 24-0 lead and beat Mills stopped the quarterback for a Scouts Boys high ,
Bradford 30.7.Highlights( yard loss for BHS. After Francis Church, Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council, Clay County
for the Tornadoeswere returned the EHS 11 to the
young punt yards
the second half in general 30 the Bradford team struck paydirt Commission and the State Association of County Commissioners.
where they steadied themselves and with its halfback pass.
actually 'beat' the Rams 7-6, and "We had a lot less mistakes in the
specifically, their lone touchdown second half... we got some of the bugs r
which came on a surprise halfback out," JV head coach Rick Stevens LAW ENFORCEMENT Lee Drawdy SUPPORTS adequate funding for effective law enforcement '.
pass from running back Gerald said of the game. "A lot of it was just :
\ Brown to flanker John David Francis, being the first game but we didn't. do ,l .' ; better protection and pay for law enforcement and,.cor '
with Eastslde leading 300. much right In the first half." rectional'officers the'death"penalty the removal of un- "
The play, which covered 30 yards Before that encouraging fourth ;
saw Brown take a pitch from quarterback period Eastside had scored almost at ;c. :J'" necessary court delays; stiff, mandatory penalties for drug
Barry Warren and pull back to .iIItallying TD's on punt returns of ) I and making federal
dealers revision of laws on insanity pleas;
toss the ball to a wide-open Francis at 52 and 43 yards, a 30 yard pass play, ;
the 8. John David strolled in for the and short runs covering 5 and 1 yards ): judges responsive to citizens by requiring that they be elected.EDUCATIONY' .
TD with 3:23 seconds to go in the after long drives. '
game and Brown toed the conversionkick Twice Bradford failed to cover
to make it 30-7.( kickoffs, allowing the Rams to #,
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That score followed a series that recover in position to score. < "
was Bradford's most encouraging of Offensive leaders for Bradfordwere ; Lee Drawdy SUPPORTS emphasis on quality basic education at all

fensive drive of the afternoon. Davis, with 31 yards on 9 car- ", levels; increased State funding for better pay for teachers and non-
After being shackled all day by the ries; Tyson, who moved down from .
Ram defense and their own mistakesthe the varsity for the game, with 27 :1 instructional employees; greater local control over public schools;
Tornado sophomores drove 51 yards on 9 tries; and Brown with 10 and in public schools.
yards with a consistent running gameto yards on 2 attempts. prayer
start the final period. Unofficially Barry Warren and '
Warren kept for 6 yard!! and a first Craig Falstreaux led in tackles on
down Tony Davis reeled off gains of 8 defense.
SENIOR CITIZENS "" Lee Drawdy OPPOSES any reductions in social security benefits "

Sports Calendar BUS All Sports Club and medical protection for our senior citizens. Lee Drawdy will :.

Thund.y.l.*..1J To Meet October 4 SUPPORT programs to meet the special needs and protect the .
BUS girla volleyball at Gainesville 6.00)
I BUS crosi country at Palalka Invitational The Bradford High School All dignity of our senior citizens. i
.Gainesville, at BUS JV football<(7:00)< : Sports Club; will be holding its second
[ meeting of the new school at r
/'do,.s....34 year
BHS varsity at Palatka football ((8 00)) Western Steer Steak House Monday -
S.ndePt..2. night, Oct. 4, and all interested MILITARY Lee Drawdy SUPPORTS a strong military defense and National :
of athletics at
parents or supporters
1 Jr. putt and chip contest Country Club Bradford High are invited.A Guard. Lee Drawdy will SUPPORT legislation that meets the "

Monday ....17Buchliolz and veterans '
S needs of personnel
at BHS girls volleyball <(1.00)< ) dutch treat dinner will be held t;. special our military
from 6:30: to 7:30: with the meeting .
T..rdev.1.0.26Clay .
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I i, ,Lee.Baker at BHS cross country (4> starting at 7:30: p.m. :. -
Bus 9th grade football at Baldwin f
1 BUS girls volleyball al Hawthorn(4:00) Some 15 members attended lastmonth's WATERS AND The St. Johns River and the lakes and streams in our area are one (
first meeting, and one of the
I I BUS JV football WHn.d"Pt.at St. Augustine, .29I plans drawn up was for a chicken din- ',' of our most important natural resources in contributing to our ),

Thwr.dry.1.e.III Square ner fund-raiser Saturday to, be Oct.held 2. at Bradford FISHING ;: quality of life. Lee Drawdy will FIGHT TO PROTECT the clean j?

Bus girls volleyball at Santa Fe<(<. 00) and in our area
waters fishing shrimping
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More details on the chicken dinner' i*
Santa Fe at BUS varsity ends.football Oct.I (8:00) sale will be announced later.

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GUN CONTROL : Lee Drawdy SUPPORTS 100% your right to own and use firearms 4.

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS'CHIROPRACTIC and handguns for hunting, collecting and for the protection of

\ i.;5 yourself, your family, your home and your property, Lee Drawdy 1e

CLINIC .' >:'. will NEVER support legislation to limit this right. Lee Drawdy is

1;,' 100% AGAINST a waiting period and/or the registration of'legitimate.firearms r

: SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE :: and regular handguns.

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:I I r OTHER ISSUES i ,'.. '

BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPlASH .. "." Lee Drawdy OPPOSES abortion on demand

) (AUTO INJURIES) :t. .
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I) ", HEADACHESMIGRAINE PAIN ON IN ARMS THE JOB OR INJURIES HANDS ..5, Lee Drawdy OPPOSES casino gambling, state l lotteries and off-

I ( ) WORKERS. COMP track betting. r..."..:

PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS '

I :! 5th for LEE DRAWDY bv1'
VOTE OCTOBER
f(. MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY Pd. For. Adv Paid. for

CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED treasurer C N. Wayne Allen::" ,

'I' "TIM Doctor it Tomorrow WII Woo No Medici""" ,
: But WIN Intirttl Nil Pifents' h Tile Can W TIM Human YI
Ftimo hi Mot And In TIM Guts I .Pnvtntwtt M HMIIO"

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