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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 30, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I ti ., }' Avis, those in second place Jack Mills and Jerry Johnson have
I .. '.1t : have had a month in which to try thrown their support to Rep.
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li1h .i.iI set for Tuesday, Oct. 5. predicted to be close.
i v' ', : \ A 40 percent turnout is predicted by Generally speaking, Fla. House
I, elections( supervisor Neva Flynn. If Dist. 21 includes the portion of Brad-
!; IF' that is correct, only 3,173 voters will ford County east of US-301 with the
! ; / I. go to the polls, over 1,000 less than the main vote center, the City of Starke,
I ;. first primary If so, it'll make each excepted The Reno section in northeast -
iM1 vote worth more. Starke however, is in Dist. 21.
Only county race is the run-off bet- Only; other race is 21-county Dist. 5
4 1 4t ween two-term incumbent Patricia state senate run-off between two
''h5- Spengler and challenger Maxie Reddish newcomersMadison banker Bill
) for the District 2 school board Grant and Leon Co. businessman and
w ) seat. Mrs. Spengler polled 45 percentin county commissioner Jim Crews. n
a 3-way vote in the first primary to Grant got 825 first primary votes and
29 percent for Reddish and 26 percentfor Crews 707 in Bradford where favoriteson
Oglesby in the first primary. Doyle 'Conner Jr. carried the
senate race with 1,464 votes but didn't Maxie Reddish
Rep. Frank Williams, D-Crystal make the run-off. Grant led Dist. 5
Dist.
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Lake is fighting an uphill battle try-
Crews'
voting with. 19,116 votes to School Board
\'.. .. ing to keep his Dist, 21 Florida House 16,234 in unofficial results. I
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Steve Hunter t>f Brooker la shown In double Image the art show put on by the Community Action Club of
pinning a "Best of Show" ribbon on a blrdseye chair of Bradford County. ,; .
maple he contstructed and entered In the Indian SumFor more photo's and a story on the show please see : Pat
Lee Spengler
Drawdy
Frank WilliamsDist.
Rep.
mar Art & Crafts Festival. your "B" section.
The chair and Steve were Just one of many winners In / 21 IncumbentFor Dist. 21 Candidate I>lst.Incumbent

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I City Wood-BiuTiiiigYroJe t 'Officially r'.a FailureCommissioners Told I



What city officials have known for capacity generator was the problem. speed control problem was nevei told the project would be "no "During the two years I've been on
over a ''year they were officially in- From 5 to pounds of pressure per solved before the project was drop- fault no cost" as Commissioner the city council I've been very unhappy -
formed of Tuesday, Sept. 21,... the square inch Is necessary, and only ped. Dees said he saw Matthews! Charles Schaefer says. with the job you did as project
complete failure of the $327.000 two pounds or so could be developedfrom operating the small 150-KW engine After Gurin's preliminary closeout director," Commissioner Crosby
federally sponsored experiment to the gas from the wood-burning and generating power with it. report a few months ago city commis- began "because it was so very hardto
use gas from burned wood chips to process. The gasifiers worked Dees said. sioners felt the project director was get in touch with you very difficultto
run a power plant engine. Gurin also told the council the The probfem of running the large being critical of the city. Gurin refer- get solid satisfying answers."
equipment left over from the project engine was the problem. red to a communications breakdown Crosby said he found the city staff
'. Terming the project' a "complete belongs to the city. The council instructed Dees says any of the. problems between federal city and project officials knew very little about the project
failure," Project Director Bob Gurinof Utility Supt. Dees to retrieve could be solved with money and time. The city commissioners, on where Gurin was where anything
St.Augustine finally appeared at a engine parts from Crown Central "I think you'd have to design an .k. the other hand felt the city was left in was
city council meeting and handed in a Lumber Co. on US-301 south and to engine for it." the dark. They have been trying for
final report of over 100 pages termingthe have the smaller engine brought up Gurin said Matthews would bring many months to find out the status of "Somewhere along the line the tax-
project a failure. Only good news from the Dunnellon site where further the small 150-KW engine to Starke as v the project.In payers haven't gotten what they were
was that there will be no federal auditof experimentation took place after the soon as he was notified to do so. making his final report Sept. 21, supposed to," Crosby told Gurin.
the project Gurin said he has been work at the power plant in Starke was Some $9,000 of the grant is left for Gurin called relations among federal referring to federal taxpayers.
a told. stopped because of the pressure pro- the city to use in cleaning up the pro- city and project officials "weak" Commissioner Bob Milner backedup
blem.It ject. The city contributed about and added "..With instructions com Commissioner Crosby, saying he
Gurin only recently returned to his $46,500 in labor considerably more ing from more than one source confu- could never get information or status
St.Augustine home after a trip to was hoped that John Matthews than anticipated. Gurin sion developed between the technicaland reports."I .
Jamaica. Clerk Neil Tucker said he president of Gulf Wood Energy, Inc., Despite the city's loss and even Appears... active participants." cannot rebut the kind of criticismI've
: was "Just lucky" to reach Gurin by of Dunnellon where the two gasifierswere though the project failed "...from the Long sought by the city council. An angered Commissioner Jimmy heard" replied Gurin saying he
,i phone. manufactured before being installed view of benefits derived versus cost, Bib Gurin of St.Augustine appeared Crosby fired back at Gurin at the had tried hard repeating the projectwas
at the Starke power plant, the project in Starke has been a success Sept.21 to give the final report on the Sept. 21 meeting. When Gurin said the a total failure that he has learn-
t Utility Director Merrill Dees and could use a smaller engine to learn ," Gurin reported to the city ill-fated wood-burning project he engine parts needed to be picked up ed a lot but much of it negative.
Power Plant Supervisor George how to develop the pressure with a council Sept. 21. directed.the from Crown Central Lumber Co, Referring to the final report sub-
I Graudons had little hope the project small 150-KW engine, but that never "A new generation of equipment Crosby asked "Why didn't you do it? mitted by Gurin. Commissioner
would succeed almost from its incep-- proved successful due to control pro- capable of conversion of waste nation have benefited from the You were hired as project director." Charles Schaefer asked "Will this
tion in October 1980. and made no blems. biomass (organic fuel sources such as development and many more will in Gurus said he and Supt. Dees talked finalize the s project; when we submit it
secret of their skepticism to the city wood peanut hulls corn cobs, etc.) to the future," Gurin wrote. about retrieving the engine parts.. but to Atlanta?'
'1 commissioners. Lack of sufficient Dees said that small engine ran off clean fuel has been accomplished. A That may be true but it is little consolation didn't know if they belonged to the city "We'll know after we submit it."
f pressure to turn over the 1,000KWPRIDAY. the wood generated gas, but an engine total of 17 separate projects aroundA for Starke city officials who at that point. replied Clerk Neil Tucker.

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\i l Homecoming activities are under full week of activity leading up to class princess will also be elected. Ina Tornado Whirl will include class to vote by the Student Council whichis
I'I way at Bradford High with the selec- the crowning of the 1982 homecomingqueen change in the Student Council skits, presentation of the homecoming making the BHS elections more
r tion yesterday of a senior homecoming next Thursday night, Oct 6, at operated election this year, only one queen and her court club realistic says Faculty Advisor Ron-
court and class princesses in an Tornado Whirl was set in motion by princess from each class will be sweethearts, and cheers led by the nie Harris. Voting took place Wednes-
election run by the Student" Council. Wednesday's election. The queen and elected. The Student Council feels BITS cheerleaders. The highlight will day before school during lunch and
"Jam the Jackets, referring to court and their escorts will also be race shouldn't be a factor in the election be the crowning of the homecomingqueen. after school at designated polling
i J tough homecoming foe St. Augustine presented at halftime Friday night and naming a black and a white places. It
it t tivities.High, is the theme for the week's ac The annual homecoming parade is princess, as has been the practice Prizes of $25, $15 and $10 will be whether he/she is left votes.up to The the studentsare student
set at 1 p m.,next Friday afternoon, would be discriminatory toward other awarded the three best floats In the
Inside... Oct. 7, with floats for each class. minority races. Elected this year to parade. The best decorated autos and school running the election, not the
Oct. I administration in
Solo Two SocHon Monday will be Dress: Up Day, run for princess of the ninth grade other decorated vehicles will win cash years. Student council as members prior
Mthodl Rummog Church UJM.W. ClrcU, SECTION Ai Tuesday- Hawaiian Day. Wednesday- (Freshman class) was Donna prizes of $5., $3., and $2. counted the votes after school.
First No. 4 Nw. . . . . .Pag.. 1.3. Punk Rock Day, ThursdayFifties Parado; tenth grade (Sophomoreclass Floats will be built at the
Day and Friday- Spirit Day. ) candidate will be Valerie Randolph fairgrounds all week. Students will be Lenore Welty is Elections Committee
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until 'Social..... . . .. ,..Pag.. '.7 Election of the queen's court was ; and the eleventh grade (Junior allowed to work on the floats from 3-9 chairman John Riggs is
VARSITY FOOTBAU OAMI Sport.... .. .. .. .Pagt1M4 scheduled Tuesday but a name wasleft class) candidate will be decided p.m. Monday Tuesday and Wednesday homecoming parade chairman and
IHS va Santa F. L.gal.l .. ". . . Pogo 11 off the ballot so the voting was Thursday (today) in a run-off bet- and from 3-5 p.m. and 9-11 p.m. Student Council President Edward
IHS Stadium S P.M.. delayed one day until Wednesday.The ween Mashell Brown and Angie Col- Thursday. Crews is also Tornado Whirl chair
SECTION BtObltuarl names of the five candidates for eman. .Students were required to register man.

MONDAY., Oct. 4 ... . . .'. .. .Pogo 10 homecoming queen are Diana
, Commission Now .rI..*. .. . . .Pag..'.1 Crawford Lori Flynn. Beth Francis

BC '30--.AJM.lawtay -. Mtg Claulfladi. . . . .pago. 1,1 Sadie junior McDuffy sophomore and Mary and Watterson.A freshman. $193,685 Budget Set by Lawtey Councilhas I


Council Lawtey City Council approved? a Buster Bennett. Robert Scott, and been working for us for 20 years
7lM P.M. Outside. 5193,665 budget Tuesday night. Sept. Emmett Bright overrode the objec- and doesn't have any benefits or
21, during the final public hearing at tions. retirement," talking of Chief of Police
TUESDAY pet. > Parts of Bradford County had a brief drying-off period during the past Lawtey City Hall. Rosier objected to the budget M. M. ? Jordan was on a salary
DON'T FOtCIT TO VOTII ; week, with Starke the wettest spot, reporting 1.23 inches of rain Saturday General receipts for the city are because of the 6 percent across-the- of$15,728 last year and with the 6 per-
-lr 2nd Primary afternoon and night on top of already saturated ground. estimated to be $124,065 along with board raise for city employees. He cent raise will give $16,671.
(.;. ; h -- 1' New River fire tower reported 1.1 inches on the 25th and Louis Hill $69,600. predicted to come in from was not against raises but claimed he Policeman Dwight G. Kearns moved j\
,.;' ;Ii''., Stark Council tower at Highland had .71 inches on the 24th. water revenue. The council also thought they should be on a merit up from a salary of 11.024 to 12236. i
stt.L 7s001M. The first day of fall Thursday! Sept. M' ushered in a cooler weather agreed on the roll back millage of 2.1 basis. And the rest of the city employees
*' :' with nights in the upper low 60's, warming into the mid-80's dur- mills after returning 40 percent of the A stipulation was added that this make so little that they need the 6 per- ;
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r FRESHMAN FOOTBALL OAMI' ing the day one cent increase in state sales tax to would be the last year of across the cent i increase" claimed Bennett.
Tornado vt Mlddl.....,. The Old Farmers Almanac predicts a severe winter. the budget. board raises and In the future all
',4, IHS Stadium 7iOO P.M. The four-day forecast gives 40 percent chance of rain Thursday with "I'll teU you right now that I'm raises would be on the merit basis. .With the'six percent raises Water
.' "" showers and thunderstorms Friday and Sunday Brisk southeast winds against the 6 percent across the board The council also agreed that all E3& Supervisor! Barry Watts earns
: WEDNESDAY Oct. 4 are in store for the weekend. raises,"stated Lawtey Mayor Marvin employees will be notified about the Lit Phillips $9,316. J.W. (Bud)
n -1 V FOOTBALL OAMI The Forest Service reports an average of 19 inches of rain in a four Rosier at the opening of the meeting. raise situation. Barber $3,338. Clerk Lucille Shuford
Tornado vs Mlddl.....,. 'Vl"11' including Bradford, during July and August almost one- Rosier was the only objector to the Councilman Bennett said$16,000 is $8.359. Water Dept. Sec Barbara0\-
IHS Stadium 7tM P.M. ,third of the 50-year average annual rainfall In this area. budget but votes from councilmen not that much money for a man: that Watts $3,710,





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'Property Rezoned For' .Proposed Motel.il il I
. Second Primary Election Here is Tuesday Oct. 4 &. '" -
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Rezoning for a proposed 50-unit DaVis Express, Inc.. 1.66 acres just
(From Page 1A) motel on U.S. 301 south was approved, north of drive-in theatre on U.S. 301
ficial can vote and Is absolved of all ing director who helped found two by the County Zoning Board Tuesday south from open rural to commercialas
liability. North Florida Banks. Grant was bornin u night and will go to the County Commission an addition to a parcel previously
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Maxie Reddish says he's been Grant, 39, terms himself a conservative Lake City and grew up in Suwanneeand for final action on October 4. rezoned for operation of a truck ter
working in the outlying areas since country banker-farmer He Taylor Counties attending public The petitioner was Robert Thorn minal.
the first primary where his strength likes to bunt and fish and is against schools there. ton, who said if rezoned from RSF- Thora Prince and Marion Gunning,
is. and conceding Starke to Mrs. gun controL He opposes mining the Grant wants to develop Jobs for MHl (single family residential and 2.5 acres across from U.S. 301. from
Spengler. His borne area in Lawtey is Santa Fe Swamp and the Osceola National North Florida by supporting diversified mobile' home mix) to CG the Highway' Patrol station, from
considered most solidly in Reddish's Forest. modern agriculture and new (commercial) he would sell the property residential to commercial.rezoningis
camp. Reddish says the race dependson For the past 11 years he has beenpresident job-creating clean Industry for the to J.E. Milligan and Roger approved by the County Commission
who goes to the polls and who stays of the Madison Bank. He region. Jones, who propose to build a motel. the property will be sold for
home, and he's fighting to become has a banking degree from FSU and Crews 36, is seen as more.liberal,a The one-acre site is just south of mobile home sales office.
known county-wide in his first try for was vice-president of Peoples Bank in defender of the common man, and is another location that was recently Ward Lasher, one acre, nine miles
public office. Tallahassee and became the organiz backed by the local school teacher.Politicking rezoned for'a proposed restaurant. south on west side of Highway 100,
Mrs. Spengler has been getting out Both properties were formerly part of from commercial to single family
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and around everywhere,and has been the Steve Cardin pre-cast concrete residential.
handing out cards in the shopping plant site.Favorable.
centers. She concedes the Lawtey r-L- recommendations were Fred Mueller, one acre at Alligator
vote, but is battling everywhere else also given to four other zoning Creek Ranch on U.S. 301 south from
with personal appearances and work changes: open rural to commercial.

by volunteers, as well as the conven- wjt Bill Grant ----......
tional methods of newspaper and 4y State Senate Candidate .. -- .
radio advertising. Mrs. Spengler led
Districts
the first primary but hasn't let up. CHOiCE IS YOURS-
Drawdy and Rep. Williams don't THE ..
differ too much on the issues but they union. His major strength is support
hotly disagree about Williams' effec- of neighborhood and environmental DID A GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION SHOW THAT

tiveness, his leadership, and the concerns as a county commissioner.Crews COUNTY COMMISSIONER LEE DRAWDY TOOK
number of bills he's gotten passed in pushes economic development LEGAL ACTION FROM WHICH HE FINANCIALLY
his 10 years in the state legislature. t II y which he says is probably the most EXPENSE?
Drawdy says it's time for a change valid single issue in industry starved BENEFITTED AT TAXPAYER
that Williams ineffective has North Florida. He opposes mining of [Copy of report of Grand Jury Clay County, Spring Term
managed to pass only eight bills the Santa Fe Swamp or the Osceola 1982 on file at this newspaper.]
through the legislature and has never National Forest Crews promises if
chaired a legislative committee. elected, to concentrate on attracting
.ar3ti4 FRANK WILLIAMS HAS
Williams counters that he's been i F 4 S ; clean industry.
the sponsor of some 330 bills that he t Crews has been a Leon County commissioner
was elected on a platform of opposingthe 4oJr since 1976 and was chair- THE'
passage of so many laws and that man of the board in 198081.( He is an NEVER VIOLATED
he is vice-chairman of the powerful executive committee member of the
House Finance & Taxation Commit- Regional Planning Council is agovernor's OF
TRUST
tee.Williams appointee on the TAX PAYER'S
walked across the Mid- Developmental Disabilities Planning
dleburg High School stage and slapped Council.
down thick sheaf of FISCAL INTEGRITYDID
a papers on
wY wyh Books Close
Drawdy's desk, telling the challenger o SaturdayFor
I- to quote his record correctly. ., General ElectionThe AN ETHICS COMMISSION COMPLAINT SHOW
Williams challenged the audience to w? elections office in the Bradford THAT COUNTY COMMISSIONER DRAWDY ACTED
check out his record themselves. r ii.4Dttg courthouse will be open Saturday
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t ac IMPROPERLY AND HAD CONFLICTS OF INTEREST?
r Both oppose! gun control both oppose Oct. 2, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for
mining the Santa Fe swamp for absentee voting as well as registra-
peat. Williams accuses Drawdy of tions for the general election in FRANK WILLIAMS IS
suddenly becoming more anti-gun r November.
control conscious; Drawdy says he's ,, Registration books for the general
been that way.Drawdy election close at 5 p.m. Saturday according A MAN OF INTEGRITYIn
admitted at a debate Mon to Mrs. Flynn.
day night in Middleburg that he'd She reports 7,935 voters registeredfor a September 2, 1982 ad that appeared In the Clay County Crescent Lee
made a mistake as a Clay Co. commissioner the second primary voting. A 40 Drawdy said that he had never been contacted or received any

by not looking at a site on w -, .J(. percent turnout would mean that 3,175 questionnaire from the Unified Sportsmen of Florida on his position on gun
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which an Orange Park tag agency voters will go to the polls Tuesday a control. Why does Lee Drawdy continue to lie about the matter when a
was building built and in a property wet area,cost but said$140,000 the in Front of Courthouse... low turnout for Bradford County. certified sworn affidavit/ by Marlon P. Hammer, Executive Director of the

and is now worth$221,000 so it turnedout State Senate candidate Jim Crews hustles Mrs. Claire McKnight of Starke Unified Sportsmen of Florida cute that ....Mr. Drawdy was forwarded a
all right.Drawdy and Henry Guest Macclenny! for their votes. Crews spent Friday morning THE BRADFORDCOUNTY questionnaire) Mr. Drawdy did nil out the questionnaire) Mr. Drawdy did
said the Truth in Millage or In front of the Bradford County Courthouse.The TELEGRAPH sign the questionnaire; and Mr. Drawdy did send the questionnaire back to
TRIM bill has taken 70 percent of the candidate was chased off the concrete portion of the courthouse yard Published Thursdayat Unified Sportsmen of Florida [A copy of the sworn affadavll by Ma.
homes in Bradford County off the tax by Commissioner Homer Hart. The county commission agreed to allow every Hammer Is on file at this newspaper.I
Crews use of its meeting room Inside the courthouse but not to allow any 135 W. Can Street
roll.Williams countered that Drawdy candidate to use the courthouse yard. Crews said he was not refused permission Starke. Florida 32091 FRANK WILLIAMS SPEAKS
hadn't done his homework that the to set his desk and chairs up on the grounds of any other courthouse.
increase in homestead exemption to Second Class postage paid atStarke

$25.000 was caused by a Constitutional Florida THE TRUTH!
Amendent passed by Florida voters is I
Su i'err! >- 'iin Rates

the taxes ly a reason tax and administration said so many the TRIM are measure.bill not is paying mere- f high prices getdobbered: In-trade$5.50 a. six, '0.00 months per: year VOic. FRANK WILLIAMS OH 0010 3

Williams uses the Clay County HOUSE OF _
e grand jury reports which questionsthe ;Outside trade area: $11.00 per year i} b REPRESENTATIVESaAkaaw' .*,* 4s
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actions of all Clay County/commissioners ',' .'56.00 six months :... :_ l 1U...;
in voting on county mat : -
ters which could have led to personal :
profit but found no grounds for
criminal liability on any of the Clay

that board.area The of grand state jury law needs report to says be ,ON OUR BEEF SALE* CinemaXMbrings a ditIerent

cleared up that it is a statewide beliefof
state attorneys that when a public LEAN
official files a notice of conflict the of- cable n

Hamburger . . . . nM.29 of movies to

Lunch Menus choice ,
USDA CHOICE: BONELESS
.1 l Bradford County!Middle School ?
and all elementary schools Chuck Roast Chuck Roast
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M a.jr. Oct. 4-FUh Portion.. Cheese grits, cab

,bage.....Yaw.,. Oct.peaches s-Puza hot...u.salad. milk., buttered corn. Chuck Steak Chuck Steak
cherry cobbler cake. milk.Weaawteay. .
Oct. Sloppy Joe on a Bun. trench lentil
frig.pear haI....cookie,milk. $ tr;>a 109'm
TfavMlay. Oct. TComdog. Cheese .... rice & $1.98rb.
tomato gravy green bean, E.T.bar. milk.
FrW.,.Oct.frChjcken. noodles, buttered green SDA CHOICETBone
pea*4 carrot,fruit cup,1/2 peanut butter 4 Jelly
sandwich,milk.Bradford.
Steak..u.$1.98
County High School
-.,. O franca fries, Beef
peaches cookie milk.
,.....,.Oct.soaked turkey rice*gravy,green Beef
I'. bean. ,yellow cake./pt apple lopping,biscuit. Liver 49c 39 c
Illllll.WaW4ay. ,>. Tripe III.
Oct. t-Be n* 4 miner, cabbage .
t slaw, chocolate cake w/chocoUte Icing, aotastt ataarara.eeriz
plesauce.not rolls milk. ap y;" .

i cinnamon n_,.nil.Oct.milk J-Piria, buttered corn fruit cup Turkey Necks. . . . . . 39 .

frWay. Oct. ShahetU w/meat sauce, cheese
sits.garden a rolls milk.
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milkshakes.. q aCkeeseburgese & MEAT MKT
w_,. Oct. t-Pizza. hamburger trench .. :
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First Baptist Church, .:/.: > ). {. <. > 10
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I: I Sbhbol Board<<; .,,.Plans, Attempt to ''Recover i $5,908 in Sales Tax .Payments( I

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j An effort, to recover some $5 908 in' In other action Sept. :20'(, the school Was told vo-,ech horticulture in- Opened county-wide furniture bids against having a breakfast program.A counted as being opposed and most
riles. 'tax. payments made on board: structor Diane Westcott has requested and two bids for boilers and turned survey is required each year. ''parents do not return the slips sent
materials purchased for' the middle leave, but Supt. Casey said them over for evaluation by the staff. Notices are sent home to parents. If 'home with their children.
school cafeteria was put into action at Approved a trip by the'BUS !band someone must be found to replace Authorized a call for bids on food enough parents request a school
the Sept. 20 school board meeting. Oct. 23-24 to the Atlanta Band Mrs. Westcott before the leave can be stuffs. breakfast,the school system would be Approved a School Volunteer ProJect
'Board.memberiJ.Ri: (Jim) Lawson Festival. ,granted. Casey said the administration Accepted the recommendation of required to have ,one. However, for ,$3,900 an on-going projectover
discovered the' sales Ux charges Was informed of an offer by Dr. is trying to find a replacement. the school principals and Supt. Casey ballots not returned by parents are the past three. .years....... _. ,
when, going over the bills,and brought James E. Pennington, local ,, ."....""-' "',''".
the matter' up at the meeting The veterinarian to have breeding

sales school tax board,.as a Is governmental not supposed agency.to pay animals for kept a calf on the It FFA is a war farm for in the exchange ****OUR SENIOR CITIZENS'****
In the rush to get the middle school FFA chapters to get an animal. The
cafeteria ready to be uaed the first board reacted favorably, but asked
.fMIIC WUIIIIIIId'f'IItITBI' NIB ,*ream W1MMS SERVED AS THE
day.of school, however, the contractor attorney Richard Welty to draw up a w1 surrtam*TKT mmrSTANCE CNMMIAM OF THE WWTEHOUSEfOMMWAOM
:on< the job purchased materialsand contract to be signed by Penningtonin ON CMOMURMK '
was charged sales tax.Supt.Tom case something happened' to WUMM tUWWm-0 RMNMFM *AS A LEBKLMTM FWUK WUMHISBNOI
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Casey said he would make an attempt animals while they are kept at the TW HLWI1 NASA UOUATOCiMNK OWfMM.OF THE
to. recover'. the funds. school farm. wtiwM swramnCONMUMTf CflMMTTEE ON MMFUW
w CMC FM TW BJBN.VFRMK WIUAMS FASSB UOSLATONWMCH
ENABLB)SEMOH OTDXM TO ATTEND
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I BMS Announces Calendar for 1982-83 WUMM suramSOCIAL COMNUMTT OftUCE COURSES ON SPACE
r.,* l t'I BCUMTf AVMLMtf FHEE OF OtAMC
? "Tuesda'y,Dec 7 The beginning of our 82-83 school
PTO meeting 7:30: BMS Cafeteria. year has gone especially smooth with
8:30 cafeteria: Advisory:'Program Committee will be induction meets in staff credit and going student to our body.super BMS faculty, ;, * * VOTE, * * *

of new'Jr. Beta Club members and Some of our smooth start this year FRANK WILLIAMS ON OCTOBER 5
music by BMS Chorus. could also be due to our new cafeteria.We ,
Friday.Dec.10 are very happy and thank those HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Christmas Dance, BMS Gym, 7-10 responsible for the fast work in ,
p.m. preparing the addition for opening >, "i> 21
.. DISTRICT
Friday,fo'eb.lI day. MMAfe
Valentine Dance, EMS Gym,. 7-10 This year aa in the past we display :
.p.m. BMS students art work in the office
Thurs.,May 12 weekly. This week our artist is Jeff
PTO meeting 7:30: BMS Gym, Program Dowling a 6th grader. Jeff did a
will be concert by BMS bands prehistoric drawing of a bison from a
and election of officers for'83-84.6:30 cave painting.We .
Advisory Committee meets BMS gym would like to have a larger
office. Volunteer Program at BMS this year.
Friday,May 20 We invite any parents interested in / DRAWDYlEfjli.Cti
End of school Sock Hop. 7.10 p.m. volunteering some time to contact our
BMS Gym. Office, 964-6093.

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# NOW OPEN. **

*. We buy cans, scrap metal, refrigerators, stoves *
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..' Manager, Dee Hagins THE RECORD OF 10 YEAR INCUMBENT Frank Williams

: : Monday thru Friday 3-5:30 : -- -
pm
The Incumbent, who lists his profession as a "mortgage broker," was
************************ the PRIME sponsor of a bill [H 0685] in 1980 RELAXING the law on
CONFLICT OFINTEREST "balloon mortages." Is this a conflict of Interest?

I- In 1982, the incumbent accepted 5 contributions from finance
Thv companies in Georgia [2J], Indiana, Minnesota and Central Florida
which do mortgage business in Florida. Is this a conflict of interest?
The incumbent has NEVER filed a single conflict of Interest report
Butcher Block
with the Commission on Ethics. WHY?
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Hwy. 100 South... across from Pinehurst
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rnoneUSDA 964-5920
The incumbent received 38 contributions [$7,727] from South and
BONELESS SOUTH FLORIDA Central Florida and Tallahassee. WHY? 79% of his total cash

Chuck Beef contributions [$16,500] came from corporations and PAC's, and ONLY
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21% from individuals. WHY? "

Roast. l .3."'_"""8..; :. "dW.-$ '' ,;;,;8, >' r ...'-1 t m ft* .. MONEY', .,.d.' i it.. *oOtlo.he.aSJ1. ycontfbyltpansicar) ; e t 'from'" OUJSIDS.the.dis'tridt..and"I '" ". .,
'" ONLV125'came from contributors) In Bradford, Clay'and'StfTJdtih i ?

Ground Chuck $ 581b. Counties. WHO does the 10 YEAR incumbent represent?

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FROZEN A sample of House members with the same or LESS time in the
Pork LEGISLATIVERECORD legislature passed 55% of the general bills and 93% of the local bills
Pre! sponsored. In 1982, the 10 YEAR incumbent was the PRIME sponsorof
Ham.. 1 a19ro. Ribs s 1.29UJ. 8 general bills and 3 local bills.i WHY Is the incumbent able to pass

., ',.h ONLY 1 general bill [13%] and ONLY 1 local bill [33%] AFTER 10
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Paramount. 20 M. YEARS in the legislature?

Fryers Bread ::1f While the legislature was shipping OUR TAX MONEY to South
*\nr 4 9 f'f.fJr.: !1tL'' ; 89 C Florida, the MAJOR effort of the 10 year Incumbent the LAST TWO
Limit 2 Bags I t0.: 2 Loaves. years was to license the practice of homeopaths. Do YOU consider this
Per Customer to be the MOST IMPORTANT legislative PRIORITY of Bradford, Clay
and St. Johns Counties?
FRI
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ETi., I;;_;,.... .,,;." ...".;... ..... ''lb. LEADERS GET In his 5th TERM, the incumbent did NOT hold a single chairmanshipwhile
I" 69 of the chairmen had LESS time in the legislature. WHY?
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'i In 1982, 24 members were appointed to a select committee on
THINGS DONE reapportionment.House. 22 of the appointees hadLESS time in the
legislature than the incumbent. WHY? WHERE was the 10 YEAR

IDomlalue, I incumbent DIVIDED? when Bradford, Clay and St. Johns counties were' being


14'4 Chain Saw

Georgia-Pacific Corporation, who owns OVER 4,000 acres in the Santa
PEAT MINING Fe Swamp, is a major contributor to the 10 year incumbent's.

with r campaign. WHY?

The incumbent was the PRIME sponsor in 1982 of a general bill to

Spare 10" Bar & ChainNow Impose a tax on the severance of peat or peat soil. WHY would

Only someone introduce such legislation opposed to peat mining? The
bill also requires TAXPAYERS to complete reclamation and

Valu.d atMW.M $ i 1995 'NOW GET restoration programs upon severance sites. WHY?

30 Factory'Rebate I :

D en Chain Saw Model 610 \ Each citizen of Bradford, Clay and St. Johns Counties has ONLY ONE $:
w/1l".chllll Rtf. 334.95 REPRESENTATION voice and vote In the House of Representatives. The person elected to F.
Net 284.95
A NARUWA E cost the House MUST_be able to GET THINGS DONE If OUR District Is.to =
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have EFFECTIVE representation. ==
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Palmetto Nightingale SU.-C73-4008.Keystone HgU WHAT has the incumbent DONE for OUR. District? 10 YEARS OF i
PROMISES ARE NOT ENOUGH!

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BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTS "It's Time For A ;

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS. Cha'\le-n-

orangewood P.O.8ox Apartments 146 VOTE OCTOBER,: "5th: for : \ I

Starke Florida 32091 ,
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> '" PIt_"!''I"" PId b!Iv! aswr N.'W';'" An ""

1,2.;and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat .

and alr; wall to" wall. shag carpeting; drapes; stove and. ==
refrigerator. i: .
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For Infonnatlonl Appll atlon': :: 1
contact:Orangewood Apartments .-> I II DR AWQY STATE REPRESENTATIVE i '

I Equal 'c/o. 'Tracy Balr Manager. V WBli.J Knir Democrat .
District 21
'HOU..r.s' > P.O. BOX 146 i:
.starke FlorIda, 32091, ,
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I Captain Played Colorful. Role in Early I Days '',of! Starke '!-' .,,:

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John Charles Richard, a partner in January 1827. He was descended while and married leaving J later for Georgia where he married Malinda With the outbreak of the Civil War Constitutional. Convent ion,which
Richard & Pace, the first large from an "old and noble" Italian family San Domingo, where he operated a Tison and became a prosperous in 1861. Capt. Richard organized, a earned.the.,,distinction pf transactingall
general merchandise store in Starke His grandfather. Don Luis Joseph coffee plantation and. .owned ,farmer He also entered public life, volunteer company of militia, of of its business in 13 days. In 1876 he
was another early leader in the community Francis Richard, of Florence Italy, 'numerous slaves. Just before the in- serving as clerk of the Circuit Court which he was elected captain. They was elected tothe-Stale.knate from
who; like Dr. John L. Gaskins. when a high-spirited and ambitious surrection of the Negroes,, which 'there for 20 years the 15th Senatorial district serving in
was the subject of a complimentary youth, became involved in a caused such. havoc on the .island, the upper house al the same time that
biography in '"Memoirs of Florida/' difficulty" with another young Richard decided to leave for Capt. Richard, the second son of a Dr. Gaskins was in the House of Representatives.
published by the Southern Historical Italian, and a duel was fought with America. He managed to make his large family of children left Georgiaas lie Wets a ]Man .
Association of Atlanta in 190%. The swords. Don Luis' adversary was killed way to Charleston, S.C.. wU( )' his a young man coming to Mid-
Richard fc Pace store was established'' ,in the duel and as a result, the slaves. dleburg in Clay County where he Capt. Richard was also elected as a
here in the late 1850s. about the time young Richard (pronounced Ri- fanned and later became a successful Of Action'were delegate to the Constitutional Convention -
that the railroad from Fernandina to chard') had to leave his native country Several years later he and his fami- merchant. In 155 he was married to of 1885 which is credited with
Cedar Key was built through Starke. hurriedly to avoid prosecution. ly moved to St, Johns County in Mary' Morgan daughter of Solomon 'writing the document that is still the
Florida where they reared their four and Belinda Buddington Morgan, who basic structure of Florida government
The article states that Capt.John C. Don Luis joined a party of Italians children. One of the sons John came to Florida in 182$. This family accepted and the command was 'In 1887, Capt. Richard was
Richard was born on a farm near who were bound for Bordeaux Charles (the father of Capt. J.C. traces its ancestry back to James ordered to Fernandina to be musteredin elected to the House of Representatives
Brunswick, in Glynn County, Ga. in France, where he remained for a Richard) settled in Glynn County Morgan who/ came to this country becoming Company B of the First and Dr. Gaskins was elects to

from Bristol England in 1607 settling Florida Battalion. the Senate, reversing the positions

in Boston. Capt. Richard and his men saw they had previously held.

much arduous service in the campaigns of St. Mark's
: '" after his In her history
marriage Capt.
'.' Richard Shortly and his bride moved to In Virginia participating in Episcopal Church, Sandra Poynter I
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D ..K"Consolidation Jacksonville where he opened a mercantile the battles of Wilderness Cold Har- Sanders says the first Episcopalian
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,: \. .. : ,\ .. :, business on Bay Street and bor; High Bridge, and Petersburg. At services in Starke were held ;in a,cotton

-. .. was later Joined by George E.Pace. A Petersburg Capt. Richard was sever- gin at Madison and Thompson '
few years later Richard and Pace Iy,wounded in his right arm by the Streets when Capt. Richard donatedhis
perhaps seeing the opportunity for blowing up of a mine. He and three half interest in the building to St.
business growth in Starke following other members of the Richard clan Mark's after his partner's interest
construction of the new railroad fought in the Battle of Olustee. Capt. had been purchased by the Missionary
through here, connecting Fernandinaand Richard is also said to have been with This building was later moved
irc' i Cedar Key came to Starke and General Robert E. Lee at the surrender ; to property on Church Street v.hich

established a large store next to the in Appomatox. had also been donated by Capt.;
railroad tracks on the south side of Richard in 1892.
Call Street. This location was the After the surrender, Capt. Richard -
May Be Answer to Fire center of activity in those days, with engaged in the cross tie and mill Capt. Richard was also one of the
the depot, post office, and a large business at Lake Butler, which was incorporators of the first public
hotel all in a cluster around the then in Bradford County. In 1876 he school in Starke under Florida
Protection tracks. was elected as a delegate to the State Statutes 1883. Chapter 354)9.) No. 97 .
Funding ,a An Act to incorporate an Institution of

Learning at Starke. Bradford County:
-j'i Fla. under the name of Starke In
Letters to the EditorA stitute.
LA-TV
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i :!f'; rxf. ?.r;. Tribute to William Hogan Smith concerning Capt. Richard

which indicate that he was a true
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grandson of his Italian ancestor. Don
.. .. My grandfather, Joe Brown, spoke My: grandfather having a goodrelationship Luis, and that some of the same high-
of this great man. Hogan Smith I and being a good friend spirited blood that flowed during the
remember many summer ago as we of Hogan Smith, reported this inci long-ago duel still ran in his veins
around dent. Hogan set out looking for Uncle
sat my grandparents' One of these incidents, which made
in He went to the sheriff and
fireplace Orange Heights. He told Emery
him somewhat of a legend in his nun
us a very significant story that went told him that Emery Brown had bet-
time almost cost him his life, occording
something like this: ter be found before sundown and he
to a story in the August :37. 1H87
better be alive. Soon after that
... un
my
1 Many years ago, in the 1940s, durcle was found and taken to the issue ol The, Trlegraplt/ headlined" A
1 P i! t ing the Jim Crow era, my uncle Veterans Hospital in Lake City, Terrible Shooting Affair

-:: ; :!: T : Armed Emery Forces Brown in had World served War II in on the the juries where thanks he recuperated to Hogan Smith.from his in of This and other incidents in the life
: this
; -.r : L front line. He became shellshockedand public-spirited and hi h.spirited -
T .0', had to be medically discharged. Everybody knew Hogan didn'tThere play man will be published later

were periods when he would around and was a man of his word.
: pass out. One day after my uncle had Hogan Smith was a hero in his own
: been home for a while he decided to time. He truly made a piece of significant I-
; : walk' to town to attend to some history. He was a fair man when FOR ES'RY
:' : P business at the courthouse. Grandpa being fair to people of all colors was

1- : :f :;:; :% :' son and City his family at this were time. living at Sampnot a popular phenomenon. IN IXABF089 COUNTY

i. My grandfather and uncle are no
i- Uncle Emery walked from Samp longer living and now William Hogan
son City to Starke. He was very hot Smith has joined their ranks among K> l>\idNiH-l4tn:

and thirsty. After getting to the old remembered heroes. County KorfMer
courthouse he drank from the nearest
.. water fountain. The fountain) was By fate I got a chance to meet Mr.Smith .

\ 1 t111841ZRF7.ZOIA ',':: :' ;T "I,' ",- labeled'"white only Suffering from and tell him before his-death., ''.
t I.I'heal exhaustion and drinking the cold that he was my hero, but I'm not sure",,,,It .,J. 'JI"t\l >i 'S..tl.J'J9li'21b /...
api .wuaa I' twPv ,qAY u +4, .g tG .fp ayq! ,+y .. :'he understood; he wai"eryif7:' >
3 !,(t.1 a! t 5T ..,Idlf dahh -"i 'rd ,OSt avatar? i "i water, he passed out. As he.was.'falling .1 n->i"li-''> 'u !'"' r'pL"; ;:: r.,J'n 'i iol o Stat1., >i'r ld IW rbi.llerI I
to the floor his arm accidentally I shall pass this story on to my deal than ever for small ndo ners.
brushed against a white woman who children and every generation shall And the Division of Forestry,is out to
was nearby. We were told that she know about this great man, Williamwas
.. give more help than ever w ith the tree
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the daughter of the deputy sheriff Hogan Smith. planting.
,t-....-. .C.:-.t..: at that time. Uncle Emery was sever- ,
Consolidation is no longer the dirty covering all taxable properties within i. ly beaten and taken into the woods Carolyn Spooner Now is the time for small landowners
word it was several years ago and, as the unincorporated areas of the coun- .:. -- where he was to be killed. Rt. 3. Box 24,Starke to reserve seedlings for the
one office holder said in private conversation ty. The commission then adopts a ..: 1982- 3 winter planting season.

this week, "the economy is resolution the .-. .
fixing rate of assess-- -
pushing us into it.
ment and returns the roll to the appraiser -j;, There are millions of one-year-c'd::

Consolidation has already proved "an the same shall be collected 1- pines and hardwoods growing in Division -
its cost effectiveness in a small way ini in the manner and form as provided ,' '""' nurseries, which will be sold to
i: the merging of city and for the collection of county I"", County Agents By landowners for only the cast ot growing -
county zoning taxes and paid over by the tax -'- '- them. This runs as lovTasiSMl. per
offices which reportedly saves some collector to the county i i I.zyw cO BobbyTaylor 1.000 trees for slash.''pinrvhd
$13,000 annually; the consolidation governing body. Notebook ; : no
Starke more than $60 per 1.000 fdrd/ ds.ahlS2edimgs .
several years ago of voter registration plus some assistance from the > w >
in the city and county, as well as The ordinance further provides that Kingsley Lake volunteer department.The : ordered I"" wili' rio.W.'frledand. i 1

the property appraising process, and the special assessments levied and delivered. nllPAo"'M: ; Jt fIted I Ialp"g.
city and county tax collecting. With assessed shall be a lein upon the landso other difficult area to reach- .1. State'ff '';*:-f the search for sources of new county assessed, along with the county: the southeastern tip of the county You don't have to have a clean field pastures need 'more fertilizer and winter beginning I m,late<<1 r o\gm r
and city revenue continuing to dry up, taxes assessed against same..and if along Santa Fe and Little Santa Fe to grow winter forages for your often produce less forage tttitn when I Detatis'ofhowito ore}'Aa"b -RMam'
V consolidation of additional government the same becomes delinquent, it shall Lakes could perhaps be covered' '' livestock. Perennial grass pastureslike seeded on a clean-tilled seedbed ,: 1 from: ypurf o'ffitlPjes [$'eice.'bivisioti .
i\;;; offices and agencies, some of be considered a part of the county tax, under a contract) with the nearby the bahias and bermudagrass can there is a savings in the costs.and
I" .> which have overlapping and duplicating subject to the same penalties Keystone Heights Volunteer Depart be overseeded with rye, oats energy required for seedbed oTFic I.lIiU! la liJtifi ''lOOd
$',I services, may no longer be a charges, fees and remedies as delin- ment. ryegrass and clovers in the fall to provide and a benefit to the perennial preparation -. news for small lanthe1 w l fliaith
2 choice, but a necessity. quent taxes.In additional grazing during the grass sod from the renovation;and difficult job % lt'W I tees
cool season. These high quality planted. ..Onem'a 4J; oils

t'; ,' All of which brings us to the present the event that such special idea This that map it is affords not presented the perfect with solu-any ', forages can be best utilized by stocker management overseeding practices cool season performedwith farades. ''dfa 1F ;tt nfanage.t"-f a'g l ? .000

< plight of the county's volunteer fire assessment should be approved by tion to the problem, or that it places cattle or used for limited grazing with Lack eeohshgijtlyU! t 'h 00.
of
j. departments. After Iwo years of un- the county commission it is obviously the fire stations where careful study the cow-calf herd. They can also be success in growing cool per. ""*:. ,. ho., vjtoY.sbii
i successfully seeking a source of additional important that the amount of the conducted later might show they used to creep graze the calves while season annuals generally due ton. TTRis'year.! : thel )
failure uUtVp&ri
assessment be the cows are grazing accumulated to remove the excess growthof ); eTjwill
t revenue to support their kept as low as possible shouldbe.. It is presented only with 'be abYewIea3FTaidofelyc
departments the volunteers have if it is to be paid equally by all home the idea of showing just how close (stockpiled) warm season grass. failure the summer grass before planting, ting'niachines which'eirt\ $ f an-
(tl I been unable to solve that problem and owners in the unincorporated areas, four stations would come to covering to use an adequate fertility behind the be operated
'; the county, in an effort to make ends no matter what their financial posi the county, with some assistance Before planting, remove. much of program or lack of moisture. tractor. landowner's own farm
'j meet, has their the excess perennial grass as possible } !)epe.rriaehiri cut fire protection from the department at Lawtey Correctional Call or come by men'can plan
your County
tion.And by grazing e>r haying Use disk 10.000,seedlings
; a
or
funding to a token $8,250 in the newt Institution, and with Starke Agent's office if you have day. per
this is where consolidation of other tillage tool to questions or "
destroy at least 50
t budget effective October 1. It is obvious
contracting for in its immediate would like to
{,; '' that this amount of fire protection services comes in. As a fringe coverage percent of the sod. Plant in October or discuss your. winter
I {' would be inadequate for one department money- possible solution to the problem, the areas. early November. Seeding can be accomplished forage program. these planting machines were supplied

: ::i and only a drop in the bucket suggestion was made at a recent: In order to improve early response by drilling or broad-- others by large tree-growing firms
j'| i for six. meeting of the Bradford County Fire timing .from the volunteer departments casting. If broadcasting is used, 4-H To Stress by local governments and still
L: Council that all of the present six it might be necessary to havea broadcast ryegrass, or clover and others were purchased by the state
t i I One volunteer fire departments be paid man at the stations in daytime roll; for the small grains broadcast Fire Prevention for the use of landowners. Lease costs
f of by one additional the suggested methods abolished and a maximum of four be hours when most volunteers areaway 'use a disk to lightly cover seed androll. This SaturdayBy are nominal.
raising for fire
money positioned in strategic locations from their .
protection in the unincorporated where practically communities at Caralya Because: of still-growing demand
every area of the work. Volunteers would Redding
continue to be ,
t areas have been proposed, argued' county would be not than Sod-seeding in bahiagrass for wood and paper products,
more five pastures a good
call
on at
night. But this cost would be If out
; are on routine
and you
finally discarded unworkable your shopp- market is
miles from a fire station. largely offset the .. with some type of no-till pasture drill i seen in the future for trees
I or unconstitutional. Now, the latest by reduction In the has been tried in Florida with limited ing trip this Saturday, you may see planted by landowners. Therefore
of
1 is for cost expensive fire trucks,stations ,something that may save life in
proposal your
a special assessment every effort is
Bahiagrass seems to restrict to
and success. necessary increase
equipment for two less |the future.
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: for purposes of "fire protection and circles representing the area lying forages more than bermudagrass or This Saturday Oct. 2, 4-H'ers will shortage of wood to make paper,con-
emergency medical services" in the within five miles of the center of each Such a plan might be distasteful to other perennial pasture grasses. be manning a booth at the Bradford struct homes and other buildings and
unincorporated areas. The latter item circle shows that with a slight shifting some volunteers, who have worked Therefore, it appears that bahiagrassr Square Shopping Center that will in- to, manufacture the thousands nf
would cover services of the rescue of some stations from their present hard to obtain their equipment, and ' units and their emergency medical locations,almost every section of take pride in their individual depart- successfully establish the cool this booth the 4-H'ers will ,be

technicians, who would no longer be the county would be covered with the ments. But it also might be a way of ,season annual forage crops., 'distributing labels personalized with If you are considering 'an 'investment -
I funded out of the county's general exception of the club maintaining area numbers. The in
country residen- an even more efficient your emergency planted pines or are
revenue. tial area east of Starke and on to the degree of fire protection than we now A complete fertilizer can be appliedat label is nude to be placed around a a 'planting 'operalion., contact planning, the
Since there are an estimated 5.000 county line. It is possible that this have, and nay be at least a partial planting or one or two weeks after one-pound can of baking soda and us- county forester's office for inforn.a-
homes (conventional or mobile) in the area could be covered under a solution to a financial problem that planting to the annual grasses. As ed in case of a !grease fire or any other Ion.
county it would require about $3 negotiated contract with the City of now seems insurmountable. soon. they'are up to stand and growing type of small fire in the home.
per ,
+II I month per home (fat:) a year) to raise well they should be top dressed The 4-lTers will also man the boothon Dean
Slocumb
with additional SO to
79
: the an pounds of Receives
I 150,000 per year that the firemen Tuesday and Thursday afternoonof
figure is the minimum needed to pur I nitrogen. Do not apply any nitrogen to each week. This year,the 4-H'ers of ,Rank Promotion
:: .1 the pastures ovens edet with clover..
chase new trucks (ever a period of Bradford will be
i Clover if well nodulated County sponsoring Marine, Lance
plants with
.' J L years),provide maintenance and supplies : several health related events in hopes Cpl Dean M.
; Slocumb.
and build several fire hisses in atiliii pl1 i,nitrogen-fixing bacteria will provide that the citizens of Bradford County son of J.A. Bearenntire ofr'
@ their own nitrogen
..1 communities where needed. will gain valuable life-saving information Keystone Heights,has been
f promoted
In'situations'i where a mixture of from these presentations,-' to hit preaent.rant whine serving with
j Whereas the recently proposed ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER '> cool season grass and clover are seeded 4-H is open to all without regard to
.f jj utUitie tax was declared unconstitutional J some nitrogen fertilizer should be race,color sex or national origin. For 'Wmd aineer s: for counties: to the BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER. Publishers Corps Air
levy, special applied Initially'to. provide for more information call M442M, ,xt. Station i Futenma. on
(:;: assessment to ordinances now being considered : MUM. cult n.....'aaa...*..4 M 8cc..4 a..MaOtr M UMPM establishment and early growth of the :224. Okinawa _
within the
of the
powers cool season annual Once the
county eommissioB and was adopted (OffiM *t Stark. FU. nadir Art .f March S, 1ST*. clover plants'. are well grass established .... --'- .-. 4 _.

I : la Hardee County last February. ; they will provide adequate nitrogen i '
So.rrltal.. Me .. *" am.* II* ftr YMT II Sis MMMS for the otaR + r
Under UM Hardee ordinance, the 0.WM tor**. arras 111 Per Teen MM fit: MMIUM ., ..,grass. .. .
S property appraiser Is required to provide ......(114)M4-aII gtake,7144a Utll u cool"
the commission with a tax roll Although season forages
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Beta Sigma Phi .
w know .
> Did
I you ,
Has Program" 1'1 ; ( ',1'/' ; j 1 \J .. ) her Mr. and Mrs.Charles:; Hardy visited ) t Mr. P.O. Reddish. \\ Mrs. AIL.Standeroon ; Mrs. David Montgomery visited
On Love and Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews returned Palatka mother, Mrs; G.E. McGauley in Jr. and,"Mr"' and Mrs. Mr' and Mrs;? William Phebus in
on Saturday.
last Thursday from a week on the Felix Sapp visited Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Evansville Ind last week.

A "Love and Marriage" programwas 'an"I .. M\' I!'''rrg in the, Mediterranean Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. at Reyes and family In Jacksonville last
presented by Rose Smith at the Sea off the east coast of Spain.Mr. tended the middle school football Saturday.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards
.Beta Sigma Phi sorority of XI Iota and Mrs. Andrews' and Tom Andrews game at St. Ga' spent the weekend with their son-in-
belt nn Rnf ft i at the home of Mrs accompanied a group of where their MaryS granddaughter Friday, AngtU night and Mrs, D. W. Whiffen returned law and daughter. Mr. and ,Mrs..
Smith. Rotarians from St. Augustine Welch cheerleader Sundhv after two weeks vacationin Richard Dennison.in Callahan.
and
was a Angela
The members had much discussionon representing' club which sponsored her mother Mrs., Marcia Welch of Virginia, Cape Halttra: :and' Hilton
this subject. ; members Club Head. John Eggers and children of
Many the founding of a Rotary Savannah returned to Starke with the _
brought their wedding pictures which ,. Tis on Minorca. Mr. Andrews and several .Haynes for the weekend. Jacksonville were Sunday guests of
were enjoyed by all. 4s .4 members of the St. Augustine club Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers.
Ella Cooney, Phyllis Huggins, Rose are descendants of members of the Elks News
Smith, Diane Hodge and Marie Wynn Minorcan colony which settled at New Revival, Gospel Sing Gail Allen will lead Bellringer
attended the Jacksonville area Smyrna in the last century, and later Starke Elks and Elkettes attending workers in a house to house drive in
:meeting held at the Alhambra Dinner moved on to St. Augustine.BIRTHS Oct. 4-9 at Beulah ,North District Deputy Charles Starke in October. Mrs. Karri Delle
Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 25. Baptist Church Quick's official visitation to the Lake Bright will lead the drive in Lawtey.
Diane Hodge won a wine basket City Lodge on Wednesday Sept. 22
from the many drawings held'' by lyBradford Revival services will be held Oct. were: Exalted Ruler John Warren. Lorraine and Don Champion of the
Ways and Means committees from 4-8 at Beulah Baptist Church, seven Dorothy Cook Bill Eddy Ethel Eddy. Strout Realty office in Starke attended -
other Beta Sigma Phi chapters.The miles south of Middleburg on SR-21 George Brown, V.A. Nichols, Richard the Strout Realty Seminar in
next meeting will be held at the starting at 7 p.m. nightly. Solze, Rodney Somner. George and Longwood. Fla. Pres. Richard K.
home of Norma Martin on Tuesday. Speakers will be Bill Hendricks, Ada Dominianni. Wilson of Springfield. MO. was the
Oct. 5.Woman's. pastor of Clay Hill Baptist Church on North District Deputy Charles guest speaker and Robert L. Hunt.
Monday to Wednesday, nights; Rev/ Quick of the Madison Elk Club will Regional Manager was in charge of
Connie Johnson on Thursday night. make his official visit to the Starke discussions on trade properties con-
Club and Butch Colding on Friday night. Lodge on Monday. Oct. 4. A ham sup- tract agreements and question and
Board To Meet A gospel sing will be held on Saturday per will be served to delegations from answer period.
the seven North District Lodges by
night with the Gospel Servants
from Jacksonville and The Weeks the Starke Elkettes starting at 6:30
The Starke Woman's Club ex- Rachael JacksonMr. Family.Pastor. p.m. Meeting will be at 8 p.m. See Pakr 71
.. ecutive board will meet Wednesday
Butch
Oct. 6,at 12 noon at the Western Steer and Mrs. Frederick A. (Rick) everyone to attend.Colding invites
Steak House. Jackson of Chattanooga, Tenn.
joyously announce the birth of a Bible Club KEYSTONE HEIGHTSCHIROPRACTIC

daughter, Rachael, born Sept. 28, in To
Begin Oct. 5
Mrs. George Copeland Chattanooga.East Ridge Community Hospital in CLINIC

Calibrates BirthdayMrs. Maternal grandparents are A Bible Club for all children first
Elizabeth Merrill and the late Stanley grade and up will meet each Tuesday,
George Copeland celebratedher Merrill of Melbournne. Paternal starting Oct. 5, for one hour right -
birthday last Friday at a luncheon '" grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. T. after school ((2:>>3:35). The club will SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE
.. given by Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. W.H. Jackson Sr. of Starke. Paternal be held in the mobile children's
Thomson and Miss Lillian Stump at Beauties... great-grandmother is Mrs. A.G. chapel parked at Southside Elem.
the home of the latter on Bessent. Loudon, Sr. of Gainesville. School.
Road. These two young Bradford beauties Many good things are planned, including
The luncheon table was centered have won their way to state level of Brian Raymond Secrest singing, visualized lessons BACK PAIN WHIPLASH
with a colorful fall arrangement.The the Little Miss America Pageant set from God's word, missionary pro (BACKACHE) (AUTO INJURIES)
guests included Mrs. J.M. July 2-4, 1983. Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Secrest an- jects, contests and awards plus summer .NECK PAIN NUMBNESS OR PAIN
Blackshear Mrs. Jack Trawick, Mrs. Tammy Morrow, 14, and Rae nounce the birth of their son Brian camp for half price for all who SHOULDER PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS
Gilbert Goldwire, Mrs. Jim Womack, Padgett, 4'a' both won their divisionsin Raymond, born Sept. 1, in Shands complete the Mailbox Lessons. (1151 HEADACHES ON THE JOB INJURIES
Mrs. Barney Ruckdeschel and Mrs. the Little Miss America Pageant Teaching Hospital. attended Camp Gilead during eight
Jim Ritch.Luncheon. held Sept. 17 at the Holiday Inn in Maternal grandparents are Mr and weeks last summer). Members shop (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP

Gainesville. Mrs. Bishop M. Myrick of Starke and from the Treasure Chest with points .
Tammy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. maternal great-grandmother is Violet earned during the year (like 1,000 ex- PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
A.C. Morrow of Starke, won the Sweat of Starke. Paternal grand tra points for perfect attendance
Honors Queen Division for 13-15 year olds. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond etc.). MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
Tammy was sponsored by ThomasOil Each child must bring a permissionslip
Secrest of Starke and Mrs. Maria
CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED
Peggy MorganMiss Co. Secrest of Jacksonville and paternal signed by parent of guardian, giv-
Rae daughter of Julie and Greg great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. ing name, grade mailing address and ",lit Doctor of Tomorrow WW Eire No Medicine
Peggy Morgan, whose mar- Padgett of Lawtey won the Petite Bill of Ft. Lauderdale. phone number. Permission slips are ,
Lightfoot WIN Of
But 'Interest' His Patents In lit Car The Human
riage to Steven K. Griffis will be an Division for 2-4 year olds. Paternal available at the school office. Parentsare
is
great-great-grandmother Frame In Diet And In ,lit Cause A Pnvintion 01 Oiatasi"
event of Oct. 12, honored at luncheon
was a Selena Norman, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Rosey Reddish of Lawtey. asked to pick up those needing
Saturday Sept. 25, given by and Mrs. L.M. Norman of SR-225 was rides promptly. Teachers cannot be T. EDISON
Mrs. Gladys Thomas Mrs. Muriel first runner-up in the Duchess Divi- April Davis responsible for them after 3:35: p.m.
Gay and Mrs. Warren Winkler at the sion for 10-12 year olds. Lynn Club times will run through March 24 Hour Emergency Answering ServiceMon.

home of the latter on East Call Street. Darlene Davis of Starke announcesthe with regular holidays being observed. ., Wed.. & Fri. 8:30 to 1 & 2 to.(6 i Tues. & Thur. Xit: : ( to I
The dining room table and two card The club is sponsored by Children's
birth of a daughter, April Lynn,
tables covered with white linen
were Bible Mission, Inc., non-
born Aug. 15 in Shands
Local Teacher To Head Teaching
hand embroidered and
appliqued
denominational, working 29 in 473.3604
Hospital. She joins a sister, Janie years DR. W.C. EATON
cloths. The dining room table was Student Travel GroupTo Marie 4'2. the area. For more information call
centered with a blue and bronze silk age DR. IOUNETTE EATON HWY.21..N.HERE'S .. .
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. teachers Misses Bell and Thompsonat
Europe
arrangement in a brass bowl flanked 4734782.
Vera Todd of Starke.
by figurines. Figurines also centeredthe
two card tables. ,,Place cards Wanda Smith of Starke, a teacherat
Bradford High School,'' has been Jonathon Lee Snell
marked the seating arrangement for
the 16 guests. selected by the American Institute for
The guests included Ms. Loletta Foreign Study (AIFS) to accompany Cindy Lee and Gylum Lee Snell of on NEW

Morgan-,motherthesferide..elect,. ..s. group gt.at4dets.gri..aaexciting; Starke announce the birth of a son, .
and Ms. Elaine Griffis and Mrs. Hazel, travel l,, Jonathon Lee( born Sept. '18' in
1 I. Jacksonville Navy. Medical
,'I,the Carlton proStfecnVe moJLhei) :IgFoom.and grandmother!} of for orJ1iiae4I Foreign Study JhaAmsricaaJstitazte of Greenwich*Connecticut. .;[tCentr I'llII> nucstq Regional: oil "t'u.*/ \

The hostesses presented the To date. 300,000 teachers, Maternal grandparents are Donald
honoree with an electric fry pan as a students and adults interested in in- and Ressie Griffith of Starke and WAYYOURPBONEGET
memento of the occasion. ternational educational travel have maternal great-grandparents are Mr.
participated in AIFS programs sinceit and Seth Griffith of Starke and Mr.
was founded in 1964. and Mrs. Ressie Dowling of Hampton.
Lucky Leaf 4-H Club There are still places available in Paternal grandparents are Mrs.
Louise Walker of Dallas Tx. and Gor-
this group. For further information cAN YOU
Installs OfficersThe parents, students and interested per don Snell of Gadsden, Ala. Paternal
sons should contact Mrs. Smith great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Lucky Leaf 4-H Club of Brad- 9645850. C.R. McDonald of Gadsden, Ala.
ford County held its first meeting
'Monday; Sept. 27.
';' :..The election: new officers was OFF THE HOOK.Call
fheld.) Elected were:' DON'TBE MISLEAD
',,1 ,'president; Jim- .
Vnderhill
4\ .my, ,, vice-president; Bar-
DRAWDY IN HIS STATEMENTS AND PRINTED
bara Underhill, secretary; Derrick Custom Services
;r I'"Dowdy; treasurerf- Andy( -'Tison, ADVERTISEMENTS PURELY AND SIMPLY HAS Forwarding Calling ,

"-"''reporttri'Adriari: Kunn chaplain: ; !and DENIED THE TRUTH, GIVEN FALSE STATEMENTS, )
y'lt' Andy tnd Erhili9a)' gent-at-army" AND IS JUST PLAIN CARELESS WITH THE TRUTH you transfer calls automattoo: Call Waiting, Speed
'IVt't t' 'fn
'and'asSistant"leaden "
.IU.t.N'orma"'LcfluCr,DoWdy'; "''Harry'' and' .Pamt'flFC !} AND FACTS. ically to another number.: Calling and Three-Way-
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t r11i'JFI\P'\I-(,IJnderhi ill,, ;..Ethel lJnderhUJ.?" ; and" War- YOU BE THE JUDGE Before leaving home, Calling.They'll put the

.,')1j,4 "at( CarolynediiTliprtof'wpcpirfng .j; THE, RECORD WILL REVEAL THAT FRANK
cpdtdinatok.
-I n. ..4- 1 WILLIAMS SPONSORED, CO-SPONSORED AND just dial a simple code, most up-to-date telephone

nr'z.', tH' )liUs;\ !\ y 1 edtheirproctsI, I PASSED: THE FOLLOWING BILLS: and many others: followed by the number advantages right at your

r"have' been hang d'to the first.Tues- I. HB 2899 (ch 76-2 73)-) sion of governmental

day of each month. Next meeting will Prohibits'convicts agency, re a permit and the
which want fingertips
be hr IdOcotterr, 3at,7.:30p.tn., :; in' from attending college may seek relief in you your ,
I 11 1 ",Unfoi"{PrimW! Bantist Church. Newt on campuses of circuit court.

r'rnehibers, are. ,r_lwayi welcome. l community'colleges 6. HB 1487(ch 78-210)- t calls forwarded.Now monthly cost is surprisinl -

.,.' s. and state univer Stiff'penalties for leave ( low.
Ceramictf'CjassesAre sities. organized fraud. you can
2. HB 143 (ch 77.444) 7. HB 1506 (ch 79.1)) -
UnderwayCeramics Parking for handi Provides minimum home without missing an So be sure to call ourimportant

classes taught by Mrs. capped and dis mandatory sentences -
Lillian Johns are underway with night abled: allowedfor for trafficking call. Continental business of-
sessions from 7-10 p.m. each Mondayand non-public spaces. in drugs (one of the
a morning class from 9 a.m. to 3. HB 571 (ch 78-273) toughest in the In addition to Call fice today for details or
noon each Wednesday at the Old Ar Prohibits display of 'nation).

mory. obsence literature to 8. HB 292 (ch 79.222) introvisit Fair
No fee is charged, so the only cost minors in retail Directs board of t Forwarding, we're your local! Phone :
for the classes is for materials.
.
stores. trustees of community three other helpful Continental (S
Another 4. HB 691 (ch 8-2741) colleges and during Telephone
Basketweaving Provides that any board of regents to
: ,Course Offered Here general law requiring adopt rules allowing

cities counties senior .
citizens
or to
Instructor Georgann Horton will be
teaching another course in the art oft to administer any attend courses on
Appalachian basket weaving starting program or provide rspace.available free
.. Tuesday night, Oct. 5. anV service or facility of charge.
The basket to be made this class is shall include econo '>, HB 287 (ch 80-139) Walter just before you got Err..Yes..Darl

an Appalachian potato basket. The mic impact state. Automobile' Repair t here had a very important ...1 neManufacturing. ',
cali/orwarded. .
night class will be Tuesday nights ments 'estimating Act. .
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from 7 10 p.m.: with the morning total cost and require 10. HB 540 ch 80-336) -Do you "have client; ) :; .. ,
1 classes on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. method of financing. Prayer (meditation) named Darlene? rl. --- '
noon at the Old Armory. 5. HB 548 '(ch 78-85)) in schools. '

The deadline for signup1 is Friday, Private .J?fopert 11. HB 179 (ch 80-74) i .
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Oct. 1. Fee is $20 (covers material). Rights .prQ ides Raised drinking age. / \ .
Interested should call the "
persons that any person 12.. HB 461 (ch 82-156) ; .. .
Rec .
Dept.
,a1984d7W2.Stat.wid. ( ,aggric 'gd I b> 'deci: \. Bill .of Rights for "" :.\ .
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Beauty Pageant __ correctional officers: ..... -- ....,, -" ," .. ; .
This 'Is, a matter, of public record and can' be 'verified ':' { D. { l.l.J

Seeks Local-Contestants I n through the Joint' Legislative Management Committee .--L f) .t,. ;, \? l. JJ1 I. { h. ./ ;. ::, : :,'. .. ,: .

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contestants :Services 701, :The Capitol :Tallahassee ,Florida jji\ .
for'the 1983 Florida '' "
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Pageant. The state winner will 32301, ,,telephone?904T488-2812.: 'tr; :t :4.c" 'r I' \ ., ..oC,". j, \: -.w7 r "t.i. .
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First Baptist WMU Honor



1 t, VI Youna- Women's Group. .


The Woman's Missionary Union of verses which well described each
the First Baptist Church of Starke honored member. This parody was

gave a banquet Tuesday night. Sept. written by Mrs. Mona Canpva and ar..rl..ttl M/ to.Ir. .. ..1., ,.
21, in the Recreation Hall to honor the was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Gail Floyd
Baptist young women who were the leader of the honored circle, was :\ and :Mrs. Newn Burney
r- winners of a new member contest presented a silver casserole by Mrs.
among the circles. Green as a token of appreciation from
The head table was beautifully the WMU. Mr. and Mrs. Newn Burney ;

decorated with an arrangement of Mrs. Marie Siemer, Associational
pink and red roses placed in a silver Woman's Missionary Director, was
y bowl and flanked with five-branch an honored guest and was introduced.Mrs. Celebrate 50th AnniversaryNewn
{' candelabra with glowing white Jennings expressed her
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.. ,_,. ....--.'._: ,f!. ,": ,' tapers. Arrangements of lavendar thanks to Mrs. Becky Basford who
and white in of and
chrysanthemums with was charge decorations to
silver candleabra were placed on the the others who had helped with the and Gladys Burney celebrated their 50th wedding an-
Friends Greet Mrs. Eva Anderson... other tables. banquet. niversary Sunday Sept. 5, at a .reception at Union Primitive

Retired teacher Mrs. Eva Anderson left greets Miss Della Rosenberg Mrs. R.A. Green Director of the Baptist Church.
WMU welcomed the and introduced The reception was given by their soninlawand daughter.
long-time teaching associate and friend during an open house in her guests
Weeks Joel and Marlene Roberts and Tom Sue
Marshall
W.T. grandchildren. mie
honor Tuesday. Sept. 28, at the Starke Nursing Home. Mrs. L.H. Jennings, the U.D.C.To -
Victor Clemens. and Tina demons and Kim
Ricky Phillip
During her 40 years of teaching math most of those years in this area President of the Baptist Women who Meet Oct. 6
Hall Roberts and Clemons
Mrs. Anderson says she expected students to do their work. "If they did in turn introduced the pastor of the Nancy Ty
The two refreshment tables and book table
their work we got along great. If they didn't do it, we didn't get along." church. Rev. Ben Bryant who servedas The W.T. Weeks chapter. U.D.C; guest were
covered with lace cloths. One table held three-tiered
The parlor of the nursing home was a busy place Tuesday afternoon as Master of Ceremonies and who will hold their first fall meeting on cake. Cake nuts and mints a served. wedding
friends and former working colleagues visited Mrs. Anderson 81, and gave a very humorous roast of the Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 3 p.m. in St.Mark's Among the punch.100 those were from out-of-town
with failing eyesight due to glaucoma. Otherwise Mrs. Anderson is alert members of the honored circle. Parish house with hostesses guests attending were
and has an unfailing memory. She remembered former students visiting Bill Floyd led the members in a singto Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar and Mrs. Charlie and Ethel Wigglesworth and Clarence and Evelyn Amy
'' and daughter Marcia of Jacksonville and !Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
as soon as she was told who they were. the tune of "Say Amen" with Herbert Thomas.
't Mrs. Anderson retired from Bradford High in 1975 after some 40 yearsof Hutcheson and family of Gainesville.

teaching. She taught in Redland School just out of Miami in Waldo, -----
Lake Butler. Lawtey and Starke.
Family members visiting Tuesday included Mrs. Betty Mizell, her
niece and Bill Epperson, her brother.A .
decorated blackboard carried out the theme of National Teacher's
Day. A tray of party cookies was served. An arrangement of fall flowers
decorated the refreshment table which held a punch bowl encircled with DRAWDYa
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I Cynthia Ann JacksonCynthia t ," Strong* Effective Valce



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Ann Jackson of Starke and The hostesses presented the bride-
Gregory John Box of Lake Butler will elect with an electric blanket as a
be united in marriage Friday OCt. 1, memento of the occasion.

at Baptist 7:30: Church p.m. in Starke the Madison with a recep-Street Miss Cynthia Ann Jackson fiancee'of Leaders get things done. Lee Drawdy has been a leader all his life. Lee

tion following in the church Gregory Box was honored at a Drawdy has held TOP leadership positions in the 4-H Club, Boy Scouts

Fellowship Hall, bridal shower Saturday night, given. LEADERSHIP of America, Boys State, high school, United Methodist Church,
All friends and relatives are invitedto by Mrs. Leonard Moore Mrs. A.B.
attend. Whitehead Mrs. Frank Durrance, Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council, Clay County

Mrs. Jimmy Thornton Mrs. Bishop Commission and the State Association of County Commissioners.
There have been several in rick ... .....
parties My and Mrs.-Rudolph Hutcheson -- .t' "'1r'--- 0"'I ,"
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\ the past week honoring Miss Jackson. at the home ottjie; latter off d- t; : .J : '
BrownleeJ
On Saturday, Sept. 18, Miss Jacksonwas Road. J f.. I ;;'try Z ?'JAW3Q -UOT ;4aV"OH. 'iAHT WP.J 0 322AQ 1
given a bridal shower by Durelle The refreshment table was ; /'t.. .L I .' '.... 'A. I "r.. lc ...... "A r .....-1.1.: .,.. r.t. fast JI1'J: / / W Ytbr1'i;

Bailey, Delores Brannen and Debbie decorated with a white lace tableclothand
Rogers at the home of the latter in a fall arrangement of orange and
Lake Butler gold flowers centered between four Lee Drawdy SUPPORTS adequate funding for effective law

The refreshment table was covered candles. Punch and an assortment of LAW enforcement; better protection and pay for law enforcement and
with a white linen cloth and centered
goodies served.
were
correctional officers; the death penalty and the removal of
with an arrangement of burgundy and Among the 28 guests attending were unnecessary
pink silk flowers. Mrs. Sidney Jackson, mother of the ENFORCEMENT court delays; stiff mandatory penalties for drug dealers; revision of

Thirty-two guests attended betweenthe bride-to-be, and Mrs. J. E. Box of |laws on insanity pleas; and making federal judges responsive
party hours. Lake Butler, mother of the future to.
The hostesses presented the groom. citizens by requiring that they be elected.
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honored guest with a large mixer on a The game prize was won by Mrs. r'" i;... ..t
stand as a memento of the occasion. Sidney Jackson, who in turn gave it to Ilrf[ 1 .at
the bride-elect. t .
Tuesday night Sept. 21, Miss Individual gifts were presented k. ;' "N
Jackson i >r.i,, 1' Ui If
was complimented at a from the hostesses as a memento of
bridal shower given by Mrs. R.E. Pat the occasion. Lee Drawdy SUPPORTS emphasis on quality basic1' education 'at'a'li,1,t <;

Tillman terson, Mrs.Richardson Harold, Mrs.Epps Charles Mrs. EDUCATIONSENIOR levels; increased State funding f foP better pay for teachers ?and

Blalock. Mrs. Cary Nazworth and Sophomore Class non-instructional employees; greater'local, control overpdblicsc! b.dp\3;M QS
Mrs. A.W. Chapman at the home of and ") ;i:1:
Meeting Sept. 30 prayer in public schools. ,
the latter on N. Cherry Street Starke. .:;. I 'lV oj ins
One game was played by the 30 The Sophomore class "I I t/l/ "'91tHI8 JI"W J sl 1
will
meeting /t..i' lUsT ni noawsJ aehs :J
and awarded
guests a prize after
,i t' which refreshments were served. The be in room held Thursday 1812.Students Sept. 30, at 7 p.m. Lee' Drawdy OPPOSES any reductions in .s cial security 'berie its }ib.f.( ;.:' r

i refreshment table was covered with a 1 and parents are urged to medical protection for our senior citizens. Lee D rawdy wiIJSU.PJRQfjJri l| l t
white linen cloth and centered with an
attend. There will be
discussion
t .I\ arrangement of blue silk flowers in a homecoming activities.a on programs to meet the special needs andprot&ct the dfgnjty'of our

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4ona O.N.LK.IpN Drawdy SUPPORTS a strong military deer
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I ia.{ radford County ftltar."h --Js; \ i'i\C\; \; lo:| I I' 9/30/fl; MILITARY Lee Drawdy will SUPPORT legislation that meets; We'special; rtfeeds 'd.1

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;1 WATERS AND and streams in our area are one of

..135.......W....-Call.uncoN.L.n..N.w.roauawMr.a.onw Strett. Starke. Florida 3209? ...............,......_. "..,.._, our most important natural resources in contributing to our quality of
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t UM,1 M -Mtf Cw.wr..r.4 gr.a jtftft -i----HSII1NG--------. Lee Drawdy will FIGHT TO PROTECT the clean waters fishing '
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:! I Bob: B. Ferguson t John P. Hlller 1> P.ft. Drawer A. Starke. Florida 3091 shrimping in our area.
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-- -...- --Se r.w W-.--Mws.W.tea..M.+ .r GUN collecting and for the protection of yourself
---r-WSr---I II-arr r.I..NRM CONTROL ,
... your family, your home and your property. Lee Drawdy will NEVER
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A --.: .., ,. support legislation to limit this Lee
Mary Agnf* (] f| fir.-.r A. ; fl. 3naL right. Drawdy is 100% AGAINST a .

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September 30 19K2

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Did know Class of 1972 rlilites ": Chicken: wire and green indoor for volunteers or suggi'I ;;
you Hampton
. ,.. carpeting Is needed by Friday Cub Scouts
of this float. In order to organize the Cub Scouts
construction
:' (from page SA) Mrs. Rose Moreira celebrated her Oct. 1 for there
Reunion Held These items will be returned if re is a need for Den Mothers and
By Dolores Meng Sept. 25th birthday with the Paul and' quested. Debbie Broome, Float ChairCub Masters. Please contact Inger

i j The Board of Advisors for the BUS Class of '72 held their ten-year Phone 468-11 \ '' < francis, Stacy Paladino Meng familiest waS' 13 on.'l'r Sept. 23. man, may be contacted at 468-2882. Campen 468.1187 for information.

Outstanding Young Men of America reunion on June 19 at the Camp Blan- Senior Citizens Karla Rush celebrated her llth birthday .
Awards Program announced recently ding Officers Club with 150 The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Sept. 24. On Sept. 26, Shannon
that the following men: David Scot classmates,spouses and guests atten will hold their meeting on Friday, Ford was 13 and Tina Stewart was 14. '.
McCampbell, Warren D. Langer, Jr. ding.
and Oct. l, at 2:00: p.m. in the City Hall. Anglelina Crews was seven'on Sept. ,
Arthur Leonard Schlofman Special guests included Miss Della
Welcome to all! 27, and Jimmy Parker was 15.
Robert West Milner,Jr.,all of Starke, Rosenburg, former guidance On Sept. 29,.Tina Branham was 11, Produce
have been selected for inclusion in the counselor; Mr. and Mrs, Bob Clarice BirthdaysMrs. Adkins celebrated her and Mark Hodges celebrated his bir- Normans Farm
1982 edition of Outstanding Young Macklchan, Physics-Chemistry ,
Men of America. teacher; and Mrs. Rosa Brown, birthday Sept. 25. Among visitors thday. Lake us 301 N. 964.6071
were Joel and Louise Smith'of Hampton
English teacher. Jacksonville, Helen Richard of Ocala Chris Meng left via Eastern
Fresh from the Farm
Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Effrain and Art Following the buffet supper class
Airlines
and Jean Prevatt, Sherri and Emory on Saturday for .Sod& Springs -
Holliday of Vero Beach were last pictures were taken, then the class
California. work .1kI99c
Prevatt, III of Starke. He plans to Turnip & Collards
Wednesday visitors of her grand- danced to the music of today and the there with his brothers, Gerald and VV "
mother, Mrs. O.L Haynes, Sr. while 1970s by Jack O'Brian of WIVY-103. Tommy. .
enroute to their new home in Dallas, A memorial was given for the Home Grown Tender
CommunityNews Hampton Elementary School: News
Texas. deceased members of the class who 'b49c
were "Jr." Horace McGee, Dora Baton Lessons String Beans . ., . ,'
Approximately 40 students are
Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of Frazier, Richard. Crews and Bonnie ticipating In the baton twirling par
Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr. Trisler. classes being conducted at the school. Reg. Potatoes ,10bb.g99c,
and The class member "
Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Mrs. V.V. who had traveled Lessons
and
are given Tuesday
Gainesville the furthest for the reunion every
Hazen of last
was Monday was
By Elizabeth Walker Thursday afternoon from 3:00: until
vi ieior.: Joe Scanlon of California. Marriedthe Tomatoes. .Rl39cS'E
Phone 964-6683 3:30: for Hampton Elementary girls .
longest was Sandra and Skippy[
from
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker and Crawford kindergarten through 7th grade.
son member
(11 years) and the The Church of God of will Donna Samons Education
Prophecy Special
of Savannah, Ga. and Mr.
and Mrs. with the most children was Sherry !y
sponsor a Community Get. Teacher, is conducting these classes. 1
Wil Mendetta
and
family of St. and ((3)).
Billy Huggins
Acquainted program Saturday.. Oct. Future plans include twirling in the
Simons Island Ga.
were weekend Decorations for the reunion
were 2, 1982, at 3 in R.J.E. Cafeteria. BHS Homecoming Parade and the
of Mr. and Mrs. p.m. pOD i
guests. J.H. Moncrief. the BUS Homecoming theme in 197]. The public is invited. Starke Christmas Parade. DELIGHTS :
Lee Hardenbrook thanks all who f
Curtis Lee has bought the former helped make the reunion a success Carnival Planned for Oct.30
Felix Long home corner of W, Pratt and announces plans are underway ServicemenSSgt. PTA MeetingOn
Street and N. Walnut St. for the 15th year reunion to be in 1987. Tuesday, Oct. 5, a PTA meetingwill
be held at the School at 7:30: p.m. Mullet
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish have Timothy Tierney All parents interested in being involved OystersMedium
. moved into their new home on Winter JROTCNews Named Outstanding NCO with the Halloween Carnival are Size Select59C

Hawk Drive in St. Augustine.Mr. By C/Cpt.McKinney Staff Sgt. Timothy A. Tierney, son requested to attend.At :
Battalion S-5 of William and Rita Tierney of E. the Sept. 23rd meeting of the 3.19Pinl
and Mrs. George Copeland took Syracuse, N.Y., and brother of PTA, the Carnival date was set for Large Size
the historic tour in Savannah, Ga. on Congratulations are in order for the Michael Tierney of Starke has been Saturday, Oct. 30. Standard
Saturday and Sunday. following JROTC cadets for being named outstanding noncommissioned Judy Archey, the new PTA vice- 79C "
chosen "Cadet of the Week." These officer of the quarterfor president, served refreshments. 41. O pintATTENTION
A Convocation meeting was held at outstanding cadets are chosen on the Headquarters, Air Force Service Cindee Lawrence's kindergartenclass
Christ Church, Cedar Key, Saturday, basis of appearance in uniform, drill Information News Center. again won the $10 room count
Sept. 18 and was attended by the and ceremonies, and knowledge of
following from St. Mark's Episcopal various JROTC related subjects. SSgt. Tierney's wife, Catherine, is prize.
: Fr. Arthur Lee, Mac Cadets of the Week for the first' the daughter of Osbaldo and Virginia Homecoming: Float
LChurch Mrs. Flossie Prescott, Mrs. week are: 1st period,C/Cpl. Harmon, R. Frescas of Noblesville, Ind. Help is needed for the Homecoming
Mrs. James Blackshear, S.; 2nd period, C/Cpl. Jolley, M.; 3rd float to be entered in the Starke Oct.. 8
Mrs. Ben Rowland and Mr. parade.
period, C/Pvt. Anderson, W.; 4th
and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. period, C/Pvt. Srivibul, P.; and 6th HOMECOMINGSunday
period, C/Pvt. Hollis, S.
Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Keith Gill. Second weeks Cadets are: 1st Oct. 17, 1982 I-
ingham and Mrs. W.B. Mundy spent period, C/Pvt. Slayden, D.; 2nd Calvary Baptist ChurchWe
thepast: two weeks in Cerritos, Cal. period, C/PFC Green, S.; 3rd period, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will 3. "V

visiting Miss Jean Mundy and Miss C/Pvt. Robinson R.; 4th period, win start homecoming with a Hwy 16 W. & Weldon 964.6971 have Cleaning Day for the cemetery ....;.:. .
Gee Silberman. While there they C/Pvt. Jones, R.E.; and 6th period, fish fry Friday. Oct. 15 from 5:30 Pastor George Watson and
toured Hollywood, Beverly Hills, New C/Pvt. Martin, S. pm to'7 pm. Singing and preaching The Congregation Invite You to October 2 & 9 from 84. Anyone who ----L:

Part 'Beach, Anniham and visited Students, don't forget! It's still not services to begin at 7:30 pm on Come and Worship With Us has a lot at the cemetery, please j--l
Miss Marie Fryberg in San Franciscoand too late to sign up for JROTC. Saturday Oct. 16. We will start School.. ,
Sunday 10AM
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Silberman in services at 7:30 pm with special Morning WonMp. V" 11 AM come and help. We would appreciate |.41'l #1 j

Sunnyvale.? Did you know. singing and preaching. Old Fashion E .rn Ktte.) . .7 PM your help ..
Day Sunday, October 17 wIN be Wftf M tdiy Worsh p. .7:30: PM
Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyers and son of Sunday School at 10 am and
WH.: Thomson, Mrs. John Griffin and
Houston, Texas were last Thursday church at 11 am with dinner on the
Mrs. W.B. Scoggins of the Starke ,.. .. ,
visitors --- -
of Mr. and
Woman's Club attended the FFWC Mrs. Tullie Nor- grounds at 1 pm and singing In the

25-28.fall board meeting in Orlando Sept. man. afternoon. Everyone welcome. r kw, I

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FRANK WILLIAMS supports
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren returned .
last Thursday after a weeks visit with
relatives in Atlanta, West Virginiaand CRIME CONTROL

Ohio. NOT -*-
Marion Langston of Columbia, S.C.
was Saturday to Tuesday guest of GUN CONTROLPASSED
Mrs. Dolly Spiers.

: LAW THAT PROVIDES TOUGH PENALTIESFOR
Mrs. Gladys Weldon 'spent last
week with her son and family, Mr. THOSE TRAFFICKING IN DRUGS
and Mrs.J.R.Weldon in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
PASSED LAW CALLING FOR STIFF PENALTIES FOR
Arlene Brown, Mrs. Clyde ORGANIZED FRAUD
Sinclair and Mrs. F.J. Shaw of Starke t
and Mrs. Melba Alexander of
J
Jacksonville returned Friday after 10 PASSED LAW TO KEEP CONVICTS SERVING TIME

days visit with Mrs. Brown's son, Joe FROM BEING'SENT AT TAX PAYERS EXPENSE TO
Stewart in D.C. and
Washington
STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY
visited points of interest in Lewis
Dela., Colonial, Williamsburg Va. CAMPUSES
and Cape May, N.J.

I PASSED LAW THAT PROVIDES A BILL OF RIGHTS
[Mrs. L. H. Gibson visited her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and FOR POLICE OFFICER
Mrs. M.J Peterson in Silver Springs,
Md. laSPweek. 'PASSED LAW THAT PROVIDES A BILL OF RIGHTS

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bnl- FOR CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS
.and- Lawson
Mr. Mrs. .H.A. ,
E izabefti'Hiawson' ".and 'Kitty Yates

went to Opryland, Nashville, Tenn. PASSED LAW TO REINSTATE THE DEATH PENALTY!
last week and visited Mr..and Mrs.
VOTE WILLIAMS ON OCTOBER 5 .
C arles Lawson in Tallahassee and FRANK! M
and Mrs. Bill.. .Morar in Panama HOUSE OSTOCT 21 N_. .
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BILL GRANT ON THE ISSUES : '.i:(' .. .t

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,b u GUN CONTROL Bill Grant opposes gun control r". "

't, TAXING Bill Grant thinks it is time to cut ( f'

i government spending .. ;;

FARMING Bill Grant is already fighting hard for .. .:'-(.. .

farmers .'1. ...' ,

ABORTION Bill Grant is opposed to abortion on ',.T'I:
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demand : .. .
?11 CRIME Bill Grant is for getting tough on ;>,
criminals

JOBS Bill Grant has a record for bringing in


NATURAL jobs RESOURCES Bill Grant is opposed to FORTUNE HAS

mining Osceola Forest or Santa Fe Swamp

.nrl giping our river waters south

.- THE MORTGAGE PLANI"s

LEGAL INTEREST ,RATES Bill Grant worked against -

f raising usury rate and IT FAILED

TO PASS FOR ME.

EDUCATION Bill Grant is Improving teacher o buyers marker in Equiry, Mortgage thor

1 benefits and for quality education real estate today and since i interest offers you a short-usually abour 12
.III V HANDICAPPED Grant
our mentally and
says rates have been down affordable home
coming now years-bur rOUTe TO
physically handicapped are our top priority
Grant has said: SENIOR CITIZENS Bill Grant is a Strong, out- ,;is fhe rime to come into Fortune and ownership. We can also give you two

"My vote Is not for sale spoken seniors advocate ''ger some expert advice on home Adjustable Rare Morrgage plans In

TRUST Bill Grant's home county voted 85% loons. We hove a variety of mortgage these plans the inreresr rare is renegotiated -

to anyone at any price. for him against 5 contenders plans and the professional counselors either every year or every

to ,help you choose the best one five years.
The Conservative Choice for Florida Senate District 5 for you, Come into Fortune Federal today for

/' the popular 00-year fixed-rare martall the details, and get your family on

BILL gage-simple: and predictable the move!

>currently', available ot Fortune again.
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.t .':," Vote, GRANT I \.i;'.?,.i'' ;; ". ./;! ,, :9 tlo\V: we/arejinrroducing/I t:: : the Growing <
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y y .,.:. .' 'FLORIDA, SENATE,, ._ ,!. .'t, L QO,-friendly' l.. Vices In:- Florida.' Over one billion dollars in assets. :f! :I':


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i I l' Lawtey News EDUCATION I Our Legacy i



[: visited her mother,Mrs O. J.Anderson : -J to our Children .
'
Elizabeth
\ By Terry Tuesday afternoon.
Phone 1IZ3300j and Mrs. David' Brown '
.. Pastor "> [
.sti -.luII.H.' : '",. \ returned home Friday night after a /Y7

CHURCH ACTIVITY Methodist Church weeks revival In Rural Retreat, Va.anJ offer.children sad,o.pcwptoThM' why ...._..ly w..... .....
Grace United
Rev. and Mrs. Ira Thompson tat Si. 11-C.w.e.M1 Q. cIyrI
Jame
will be having a yard and bake sale girls of Jacksonville came to our i T I Mrmu.e.1 helped tampo. wn wiiuia.... ........ asii ffl 11.. erbeci&aJfamd '-6ea
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Saturday, Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 church on Sunday. He was our }'.; I .....trmm pass which bnN lMI .v n S6J5.... M CIa, *"<*<,, JM*.**" ...
MMBJki9l9E>MN>WK UHslHUsfl .. .. WUfddltfcNMj
fal*MM M .
at the house behind the Post Office speaker for both services. Coral;and SMO.OOO!.Si.**M Cmty -91 *
(Mrs. Robert Lee's house* Plan \ Representative Williams Pictured With One Of Many ," iwnmM."

now to stop by. School Groups That Visit Him I In Tallahassee * *
*
Grace United Methodist Church Roger Eunice and his wife spent a * * .' ,
y homecoming will be Sunday, Oct. 17. week with their parents,Mr. and Mrs. During: legislative Sessions.
A covered dish dinner will follow the Harold Eunice. He was our speaker at 5
I morning service in the Fellowship prayer meeting on Wednesday night.of VOTE FRANK WillIAMS .OCTOBER :
Hall. We hope to see many of our Their sister Mrs. Connie Mosley :

friends there.PERSONALS vice.Maxville came with them for the ser District 21 House -'O-f' He resentatlves MNM& Democrat

Correction: Hank Hodges (not
Hand) Sarah and Timmy Dudding at-
tended the stock car races in Darl-
ington,S.C. on Labor Day.
Mrs. Beatrice Massey of Tampa
and Mrs. C. E. Strickland of
Gainesville visited Mrs. Strickland'ssister AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE

Miss Elizabeth Terry, on their
way to Jacksonville Wednesday morning '

SYSTEM";
Dave Tanner was in Orange Park ; } y
Hospital and is not able to stay alone HBil i Pii!
so he is living with his daughter,Mrs. \. :w '" '.<> .. .. ,> ,
Earl Teston. CwlvC ,
We regret to learn that Mr and We guarantee you only pay for the '1
Mrs. George Kelly's father. Mr. /
Stephen Shackleford of Jacksonville prints you like. System 2 only at Eckerd.
was patient in St.Vincent's Hospitalin I

Jacksonville. He returned with home him.on .............
Our are
Saturday.Mr. and Mrs.prayers Charles Ott of Boca VfFK // 'rM'

Raton spent two days with Mr. and r"
Mrs. Earl Troxell on their way home -
from Cleveland.Ohio.
Friends of Mrs. O. J. Phillips are
happy to learn that she was able to 1 1 .. ,iJ ..odIb f fIa
return home (rom North Florida II I
Regional Hospital of Gainesville Maalox
"
Wednesday. Our prayers are with _.
i ,
2 tlttl' '

her.Lynn Boch and his daughter,Jennyof III lcI? t jarnGYi Uaat6.fib
Gainesville, were Sunday dinner SUMH: .
guests of his mother,Mrs.Daisy Boch .ff

and his grandmother, Mrs. Nellie rb ..- 'A JiroNOW ).tiIS.
Wilkinson.
Mr.and Mrs. Mike Dobbs and family I mtt ;_, v,?

of Key West spent a few days with I IS.

their parents recently.Mrs. ,
Connie Moseley of Maxville '1
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. III ENERGIZER"AA"
Harold Eunice, on Sunday afternoon.: MAALOXANTACID KEEBLER & LATER
BATTERIES
Miss Lynn Wholey and her sister MISS BRECK HERSHEY'SCANDY PECAN SANDIESCOOKIES BARS or By EVEREADYRg.
Mrs. Kelly Luke and daughter, Erin 1111. HAIR SPRAY BARS SLIM JIMS j
of Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof A2K
their aunt, Mrs. Daisy Boch and -oz., Bog 2,S9 pk
12-0Z.
grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.Mrs. 3 TYPES 119IIIII "17 10-pH. 1 99 13OZ. 1 09 Rg. 1.19 89* i139.t
Doss Higginbotham of Max Sale YOUR .
ville visited her son-in-law and Sill PHcad1 .. Priced ,' ... .. U CHOICE ..... Rg. 1.49Limit .... YOURCHOICE ,.,.
Limit
daughter, Mr.and Mrs. Glen Shuford Limit 1 1 13-oz mini bars or 100
and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. William Slim Jlma.W Ib
Wolfe were on their way home from ,@ ,@ $# ,@.@h W/' // W'L/I.'#@'@# Lr W//////////// ////#/// .a @' $'.a $' @ @ @ "''H-- "..- "f
Delaware and stopped with them for III% J'1 rllI .
two days.
Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and WONDRA KORDITE j
Mrs. Jack Estes attended the //i\\ II TRASH
Bradford-Union Retired Teachers LOTION MOZ. 2 TYPESMAX KorditeTAILKTTCHE FOLDING I WARING 2-WAY
covered luncheon at the Bradford BAGS TABLE 6-SPEED MIXER'l f.l
1J-GAL. BOX OF 60 I
County School Board room in Starkeon e 4.48 Reg. 15.11 'Vl

Thursday.John I I Reg. .., I rn.,29.239" .... II
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Tomlinson and Mrs. Margie Limit, t ,99 1 999'... -".. '--.. .... ". uu at i .% '.IW
Reddish of Starke were Sunday dinner -., .... J- '! hand rHrt, iif "," / ,m
11'f' : .MadvMvl :
,.; guests of her parents.' '.Mr. -and FACTOR ,lll t-" 1 ','', ,.,..w u 24 t.} able i..
Mrs. L. M. McClellan.
Mrs. Janell Underwood of Green II SKIN PRINCIPLE Assorted colon PROCTOR-SILEX..J 1

Cove Springs spent the weekend with PRODUCTSTNIAL *IZC TOASTER/BROILER
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl 4 TYPES I
l't ii OVEN
I
Prevatt. 1
Dan Wainwright of Jacksonvillecame 13 1 1 II I I I FOAM 0220AL..*. 1.00 R...B2.lt
by Saturday and visited his III' 14.NOX2EMA\ SPORTER
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RID A BUG
mother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright.Mr. .
Limit 2 ...;.: CHEST 4499
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited INSECTICIDE Ry-
his brother, E. L. Kelly, at the Com 84-OZ. Reg. 5." + Reg. S.99 Includes crumb tray
munity Convalescent Home in IIII & baking pan Tt
Gainesville. They also visited their II 499 zs:_ 449Holds + ,='
sister-in-law, Mrs. Ttielma Kelly, at SKIN CREAM t :A:>
the Bailey Retirement Home in Limit 2 6 cans
14OZ.99
Gainesville on Saturday. N1
Friends of Mrs. Catherine Steele : I! WEST BEND .emmow: X& A AM
.
regret to learn that she is a patient in PERCOLAfdR: wa
Bradford Hospital. She is the motherof limit 1 I 'CUPM44I50 AW
Mrs. Lester Walker. Our prayersare I. f rV SYLVANIASTANDARD r: 1,299..1 !I Ioq..R 4.H

with her. PERSONAL IIIII GATORADELEMONLIME r {' Reg. 15.89 ...
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwrightwere 'A'rso'/f'/ Brews 5-0 Snap-on lid. J AIQ 1 M
Sunday dinner guests of their TOUCH _! .''.' _. I BULBS cups. _.' ,!. '" f>V' 1(
CARTRIDGES 32-OZ. if It '0, 71 or 100 WATTS .
mother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright. i AFTER COUPON I Rfl. 71'ISge PACK OP 2 "M k I OT
Mrs. Rebel Mcivor of Ocala came .1II THE SHOWER nU a ,/I.."
by Sunday from a dog show in 99 s MASSAGE -
Jacksonville and visited with her 4 2149packs httYrtr'ISA' '1- 'A
sister Mrs. Wilma Wainwright ;
w 1 roll
Mr.and Mrs. Billy King and family II Limit 1 pack I Limit 2 Limit 2 packsKELLER Reg. 25..' .., .f I nu '
i Miss Tammy Wilkison and her friend AFTER REBATE 'Dolt

Pete of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. I II 99 1 w. -- I r .Et
Benny Wilkison, III and Mr.and Mrs. POLIDENTTABLETS Ii Ii I i 17 .
Tony Hodges were Sunday dinner Will i l T :. i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benny W. PLUS U PMEI GALAXYOSCILLATING ". r / :.....- Jp

i Wilkison Mis Rhonda,Jr. Norman, her mother I 169| i! f 48" BASF AUDIO IO Y
LAWN RAKE
Mrs. Larry Norman and grandmother 12" FAN "PERFORMANCE SERIES"CASSETTE 'Y.
_
\ Mrs. Ola tarling went to Limit Rg.39.99 ,Reg.2.99 TAPE, 6 ,..
\ Orlando on Monday. 99 Ii!
{ 6 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman 19 z 249 l O.MINUTE! 129 o

misses Rhonda Norman and Nancy 'Rag. 1.M ......... 01.
i 1 Teston and Mrs.Ola Starling attended GERITOL i .,
the Inspiration Singing at the Civic TABLETS i s." of
Auditorium .OTTLI OP 100 ,
on Saturday night in
I". @..H.I''NNm ':J
Jacksonville.
J'.w.- I'i
Henry Hodges. Mark Mr. and Mrs. 549Limit
Buddy Smith and Miss Sheila Wilker- i i :-,::,...:-- Io

son attended the stock car races at 1TRONOLANE : ;::.;:;::=. 0
,i Bronson on Saturday night. ;.' .....
i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond WUkerson :;: ...
went to Mossey Grove, Tenn. and

j visited Rev and Mrs. Anthony o .,lrIIDi8
I Temberton and Doris Tuesday SUPPOSITORIESPACK =.
4 through Saturday and attended the OP 10 ..". :
Worlds Fair in Knoxville while there. 99 .
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f NEWS FROM LAST WEEK "
Limit 1 ..
6 On Sunday, Oct. 3. Grace United
Methodist Church will be having their MAGLA KODAK 35mm. ANSCO ..
annual Charge Conference at 6 p.m. EPSOMSALT EASY' WIPES COLLEGE COLOR PRINT AUTO-FOCUS
Roland Vanzant.Superintendent,will I- FILM 35mm.CAMERA
t be there to meet with all the members """ SUPER GLUE PACK or NOTEBOOK ,
4POUHDSEckerd's R 79pk.
4. 311X"t 3'2 '
on this important occasion. We .
very
-
t urge all the members to be present.A 9ge -ORAMa /1 00 ,OO"HUTS 99* N31.1Rp.1.1 / .'..... ''JII.10'OAF/8"888, .a
luncheon will follow the business 89 2 .
100 ASA.
LImit 2
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t.7I
meeting. .. With auto film advance.acy .
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Limit 1 .
PERSONALSMrs. Limit 2 pecks ",, _'_ _ __ I U:':T'ml" 1H
Virginia Jenkins i of Hilliard iAlo

HOMECOMING *VIUH'JfWWBw ** *W" PWWW.ffW*w f.OPEN

Morgan Road DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7, Sale Prices.'good'thru' ;Sat.' Oct.'2nd.'w

Pharm WZ RESERVE THE 32
Baptist ChurchCR ... RIGHT TO LIMIT ,u
QUANTITIES,
233 Starke, FL Senior Citizen DISCounts:>> __ :
,; Sunday, Oct. 3,1982 lilt"
Sunday School.; t .10 am and generic dr ugs make Bradford Sq. Shopping! Center .
Worsmp..l1. ,
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Morning ; am .. : :" \lI
Starke"i:
Dinner on the grounds at 1 I I' "i. v-)> y Walnut_ Street :) : r of
our low prices 1 tiRe'!
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followed with
specialsinging itl N. :
c pm .Charge. <1' ,..* ;. ,. '
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by the Polk Fami 1. .j"v '' '0 Kl f ''.' .
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H by KelU Carver ,, ;up'nct Ming Into, ; the spirit of ,morale i !If "" 'I.( .,
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The first home football gani Will be things 11] I : is as follows: <
ala Friday against Santa Fel! t-So fare I 'Monday,"Oct. 4.-to, Dress Up Day.you.are meoomlng'night there 'will be

team has ono win and one loeal t tg encouraged to.dress .in.' tic. "Victory Dance!" It will be held
Tickets for the game will be on sale nicest'clothes you have. directly after the game In the INTERTESTED )
iday, Oct; li, in 1M.... Prevatt' 01- Tuesday;; Oct. 5, Is Hawaiian Day. cafeteria. It will be sponsored by the INVOLVED IN KIDS? :

The Co*:will beSUO.U. bought Come!' td school in the sports wear of Junior class, which has several I

.'.ng the dayajto; ;; :$3 at the, gate. Island flowers' and hawaian, -- acCesoriea. events scheduled for the evening. .

*'. give the team our support. Good ( : These. events will include pictures I '.. q...M, ,,,, "" ". '' I .
--iGuysUtl-! Wednesday, Oct. 6, is, Punk Rock taken, lots of music played by Mr., Lee I' .i\\,','.,,J'I"
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Day This is the day to go all out in the Bass door prizes will be given,:and (!i/,I :, {, r'.Ii;;. R .I I '
t After th..football game there will wildest, freakiest clothes. The sky is, pictures for couples will be taken so I' { 4, .j' "

>a dance sponsored by the Key Club the limit today, because almost the night will always be' I PAT '
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>d Senior, lus. It will be bald in the anything goes!i I Come dressed wild .remembered I !III! t ton ,'-,,'g<:JI.,, ,.

feterla and will be featuring the and have fun!11 I \1 .
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polar Uterfiass as disc jockey!1,1 ;,Thursday,Oct. is Fifties Day: Get :w'a!ld'I', ,
hope both the game and. the dancen out the old clothes because this will be To be recognized as a school .r.1 /. "\, 1

out.great!U! the, style!> Dress in the clothes they oriented club or organization, a group ,
:wore In the fifties and get the feeling must have a charter issued by the Stu- .. 'II t'

ning.is in the aIrUt.i(, .. of how school used to be! I 11 I dent Council. ,; ;, ;
I There are several events scheduled Friday Oct. 8. is Spirit Day. To get \ !J..
r the week of homecoming and the school spirit going, dress in all Don't forget to listen to Bit S'-. :; S

neconung night I II! These events your scarlet and grey you can find!I 11 I own radio show. It's on WPXE every ; : PENGlER

ill 1 include several days of dressingIN This is the day to really boost Sunday at I2UIII! .,,
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I Starke Elementary School News : ;.;, t\ I. School Board ,District 2

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P.T.A. Meeting Tetstone's class are Stacy Bryan. Third Grade

Gretchen Crews Byron Demps and Mrs. Betty Ann. Chapman's Room:

Our P.T.A.. will meet tonight Johnny Walker. happy Birthday! '' ismm
See below
hursday) from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in right To Keep Pat

e Starke Elementary .cafeteria, ,-
( lease try to attend. "
Halloween Carnival .

The ,tarke* Elementary School I .7
a\l.Wt'lelCarnival will be held on )

Bounty aturday.Fairgrounds.Oct. 30, at the Bradford I WE HAVE You've Got to Vote


New from Classrooms
First Grade CURB SERVICE

| The first grades are learning about Oct. 5Have
eU and their care.' We also have 'f% Tuesday

gun spelling. First graders will br- ,
jig their spelling words home on Mon-

aY'. Parents; please help your first
practice his/her spelling /
aaddeer I '

I Happy Birthday to: Jennifer Shadd L You Decidedparticipate

pt.8; Benjy Bennett Sept. I;
obert Brown, Sept. 13; Lawrence 4 e


|ankerson, Sept. 3; Jesse Kersey, i
pt. 15; Ronnie Crosby, Sept. 16; ? to Tuesday?
ufer Bednarz, Sept. 19;' Crystal

Jreer, Sept. 22; Brandy Johns, Sept.
Special
his: news so we don't know whichlass do Pat
Take heart
[ it belongs Second to, do Grade you?) your part. Keep


uon| Ms.to E.our Griffis'room this Class year:' A is a new bathtub-addi- Hamburger Fre n C h for and our kids.
Spengler working
L nice place to sit and read. It is used you
> motivate children in reading. We''

ad seven (7) families represented at Drink
Fries 12 .
oz
)pen House PTA. Thank you, '
rents for coming to Room 18 last Instead of sitting home and losing your voice. .

hursday night. Our outstanding
ent this week was Bert
irthdays: Barbara Rowe Sept.stu$1; 89 Vote

)ana Reddish, Sept. 27. 0 plus tn Tuesdaymm
er's Class: Birthdays to .
i recognize are: Tara Dixon, Sept.

i t Mrs.and Julie Tetstone's Starling Class, Sept.12.) 'A poster II (]W 11 J'CJ Let Pat

about Mexico was'made by, Johnny' I Keep Working Probing ,

f Walker and his mother Mrs. Maria .
I Walk8f." Johnny shared .theposter* ,I .. .

|',With Rat Were his classtnaTe pe 'A'prSo.wTWe jag! had1 and ....... -ID' ttl(fW, "IlWIIB qLi_ Q'uestioningSeeking Answers '


['''eleven families represented: at P.T.A. 1212 N.. Temple Ave. Starke. FLorida 964-6567 p.rat .sr
,, |Our star student this week is Jimmy
..:.J Parado. Birthdays this month in Mrs.


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perty situated In Brad' Dispensers; Gift Shop Apartment No. '.'.D. on. lot of pria. paper, DUDLEY P H.A"'Y" All Interested pen VIRGINIA BECKWITH County, Florida. and seal this 27th day of
THE CIRCUIT ford County, Florida, Float and Displays; Columbia South consigned to Agrlco P. O. Drawer 1030 sons ore required to file Plaintiffs If you fail to do .o. September, 1983.judgement .
COURT OF THE described as: Cash Register; Carolina 29210. Chem Co., Bartow, Fla.; Stork, Florida' 32091 with this court WITHIN vs by default GILBERT S. BROWN
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Part of the NE 1/4 of Miscellaneous Small one lot of desk consigned ANorneyfor THREE MONTHS OF THEfST FERMIN SANTOS will be taken against you AS CLERK OF SAID
CIRCUIT: IN AND FOR' NE 1/4 of SW 1/4. ScIon Wares YOU ARE HEREBY to Harris Pine Mill. Personal Representative PUBLICATION OF and for relief demanded in COURT
BRADFORD! COUNTY.. 5 ; Signs. Ft. Myers. Fla.; on. lot of ((904)964) $701 THIS NOTICE: ((1)I) all EDITH SANTOS.O.lendant. the Petition. BY: Beuloh Moody
( 26, Township at public sale, to the NOTIFIED that on action
FLO"IDA light' bulbs, consigned toWestlnghouse 9/23 4lchfi 10/1' claim aqairi.t the estate WITNESS my hand Deputy CI.rk9.304'chg
South Rang 22 East and .best bidd.r for Dissolution of Marrlag
highest
I civ it tTIOR'CAS 10 21
lamp and ((2)) any objection: by
Bradford County the front has been filed, NOTICE TO
for cash ot *
/3. 82356I : Dlv., Miami, Fla.; and on Interested person to NOTICE OF ACTION
1 ,;, Florida being more particularly door of the Bradford against you and you are one lot of dye consignedto THE GENERAL PUBliC whom notice wa mailed
: described as County .Courthouse In required to serve a copy that the Starke Eleni.Sclwol
..
IN orrlfdMA Unichem Corp, Ft. challenge IO: FERMIN SANTOS and more .
i A' UsT follows: Comma"gfJSlat, ''a.) I at 11.00'tfI'A.M. of your written defenses Lauderdale. Flo. to The' Bradford County validity of the will the EDITH SAN1OS
lt\Htl n.end 01 point In the MAeVi// on October If any to It. on she plain. satisfy freight and School Board Stark. qualification of the personal 1018 North Ridgeway News
: right of way (In* of State 1982. tiff's attorney whose storage charge, under Florida U an Equal Opportunity representative, Chicago, Illinois 60631
Hus .. ,4 tfeod 200 d......... '01Slation ( GflBER1S.'BROWN* name and address i* the provision of Section Employer and venue, or (jurisdiction of From aboee
333 and rfMI CLERK OF THE Dudley P. Hardy. P.A., P. 4fb( ) of Uniform Standard operates eductlonal programs the court. YOU ARE NOTIFIED leftWe
I OF ACT bend. also known .* .she "'. CIRCUIT COURT O. Drawer 1030. S..r.... 6il! ol trviipg.Gator activities, and ALL CLAIMS AND that a Complaint to
point of curve, sold curve'_ BY; Beulah Moody .Florida 32091 and fl! : frgr) >tway>.lnc. employment without OBJECTIONS NOT SO foreclose a mortgagehas are proud to announce that the
conciav .. the regard to race, color. FILED WILL BE FOREVER following students made
TO: NU olngC>> 7o ,f Deputy Clerk the original with Carrier national been filed against 100percent
religion origin
'"Worth-and W..llwirh'.a' clerk of the above styled 9/23 2tchg 9/30 BARRED. you in the obove-named on their spelling test this past week.
UnliAl .... and/or handicap.
nee
1 jodius of l''.11 1A...f..!:* Edgar W.McCurVy. Jr court on'or before October IN TME'aitCUlVcbuRT.EIGHTH Thomas L. Casey Jr. Publication of this Court and you ore required Anita Black, Shannon Elliot Deana
-id, i q, total S. lrJl'Uhgi. Alan C.Jensen 15. 1982. other- JUDICIAL SuperintendentOtSchools Notice has begun on to serve a copy of Holiday, April Rutty. Crystal

I NOT t? J;yf 14'!I 3.9.1'+i i tli.gc. 2626 Independent wise a |udgmnt may CIRCUIT.! Sept. 30. 1982 PersonalRepresentative. your answer or pleading Thomas, Kenneth Carlton, James

for r:: )i 0ftI/ o I chord _ring quor.jacksonvill. be entered against you IN AND FOR : to Plaintiff's the Complaint' on the, Roberts, Donny Love, Brandy For-

rloga\. J.r and die Ndtth a9" Fl 32202 for the relief demanded BRADFORD COUNTY. ttchg 9/30 Hyta Gayle Thomas RICHARD E, WEITY.attorney 9S4 syth, Adelle Kuhn, Christa Modesitt,
433"tost 936,36 feet toNibItnLptleglbning in the complaint or peti
ha biro 'i Lr' 904354.2140 FLORIDA Post Office Box 562 N. Temple Ave p, 0 Chris Sova, Wayne Holder, Blake
you ,. ell '.l : : Attorneys for Plaintiff tion.WITNESS Keystone Heights. Fl Box 995, Starke Florida Thomas, Antonio Williams, Cathy
( .
South63'5'27'Eosl hand and
Jttnc
9/09 4tchg 9/30 my PROBATE DIVISIONFILE Jackson
Pamela
court ) nd you of* the'Westerly ........................ 32656Attorney 32091 and file the Patterson April
qulra*fc>scv copy oi ,S4.;*_feet to I ......... the' seal I of sold Court on NO 82 76-CP NOTICE TO original answer or Taylor, Larry Green Timothy Norman
your fcr' tn defenses. 1f1lj right ,of way j, NOTICEOF September 13. 1982. THE GENERAL PUBLIC: forPersonal pleading In the office oi Keisha Bass, Tabitha Rowe
r tin. of th. Seaboard Air : INTENTIONTO GILBERT S. BROWNAs In Re: Estate of '
'It
any, Jllllll"JAMESr.!: : Representative the Clerk of the Circuit Ashley Burkhalter Bo Johns, John
Ajne'\ Railroad; thence REGISTER Clerk of sold Court O. J. UNDERHILL, Pleas be advised thai .
TOMLINSot.l-EsCUIRI: ? : Court In and for Bradford Strickland, Leeshell Demps. Melissa
South 163730" West FICTITIOUS NAME By: Beuloh MoodyAs Deceased copies of the. Bradford William J. Quirk Florida, Gros
Post Office, Drawer 40. ECIA. 1 Project County, on or Andrea Hewett Kim Nichols
Stork.,. Florida 33091 ,650.62 feet along MidW..torly Deputy Clerk. Chapter Clayton Duncan before 4 November. and Emily Nugent.
for 982 S3
Application
right of way Section 9/16 4tchg 10/07 NOTICE OF Johnston Quincy
and III. th.* original with, Pursuant to ADMINISTRATIONTh (and alt pertinentChapter 1982. ..... .
IIn. thence North Ireland Felder A Godd --
; 865.09, Florida Statutes, Real property at
th Clerk of she ebovstyled *-
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or 633'jr West 201.44 fee notice I I. "hereby given -...-...- projecldocument P. O. Box 1090 Issue I. as follows; The term "Hallmark" orig.inate.
related
court an
to the point of beginn thot the undersigned NOTICEOF administrationof Gainesville Fl 32602: lot 40 GENEVA LAKE from the practice of
"before .U Octob.r,1982. the estate of O. J. thereto), ere availably
Otherwise a Judgementhall ing. Containing,, 2.099 EDWARD AND MADELIN INTENTIONTO UNDERHILL. deceased.Case without charge at th. ((904)37646949304trhg10.'St) ESTATES according to jewelers in Goldsmiths' Hall
.ba entered against acre For a point of ROBERTS, sole, owners, REGISTER No. 82-76-CP. Upending following address: plot recorded In Plat in London who put a
you for Iho r.li.f reference beginning at doing business under the. FICTITIOUS NAME in the Circuit The School Beard vl IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT Book 3. pages 36. 36Aand tail on their gold and silver
demanded In tho petl1lon. the NI' corner of the. firm nom of ROBERTS Court for Bradford Coun Bradford Count: FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY 36B in the public products to certify value.
above described ,tract BAIT AND TACKLE. Rout NOTICE IS HEREBY, ty. Florida Probate Division (Office of the ECIA, FLORIDA record of Bradford
WITNESS hand thnc along"said 4. Box 655. Stark. Bradford GIVEN that the undersigned '. th* address of Chapter I Coordinator; CIVIL DIVISION
my 1W..torlV.right of 'waytin Florida und.r the. prayslons i which Bradford M2 N. Temple Averse CASE NO. 83413 r- R ALMn
and oal' at *atd court on County is County ORI1 REALTY
.
of Section 863.09Florida .. .__ ._ _
of th* Seaboard Air Slarfc. Florida 32091 w
tho Slh day ,of *, 32091.. intends toregister Statute, will I Courthouse, Stork,
Railroad, North< tIN /30 I
1 m..HENL.IIECKWITH
Lin said fictitious Florida 32091. The 'hg
September.1192.GILBERTS..BROWN ,'U373ir East 133 f...; name under thoofor..ald register with the Clerk ofrind f i nams and address of ................-..,............. ond 964.7700
the Circuit Court In I
Clerk CLculiCaur*,, 'qunc.South;, 89-53-20" statute.Dated for Bradford County, the Personal Representotlve THE CIRCUIT COURT 393 N, Temple Ave., Starke
3. fet to the and of the Per- FOR BRADf ORO
Eel
.5 otSeptember ,
this 9th day i .
By B.ulohMoody,,, Florida upon receiptproof o Vernie P. Odam Broker GRI
Clerk I Northeast. corner of the. A. D.. 19B2. of publication d I, senal Representative'* COUNTY.
Deputy SW 1/4 of Section 26 In Bradford County. I this notice,the' foUawin)I attorney ere. set forth FLORIDA. HOW N J. D. Odom, Jr. Associate 964-5476XEv*.

Township 9 South Hang. 9/09 4tpd 9/30 fictitious nom. towllYOUN ,. 1 below.All PROBATE DIVISION
9/0941cbg9/30
File Number 87-77 Sr1 ESTATE. .
..............e..,'?,,32 tost.. : ....;........................... I RECORDS und; interested person REAL WE NEED LISTINGS
file
and together wish COURT which" I engagedbusiness h I are required to
IN THE CIRCUIT am
"t
-with'' th WITHIN INREThEtateOf.' ON LAND AND HOMES
Steel court
IN THC CIRCUIT COURT 'StalnUss EIGHTH JUDICIAL at P. ,O. Box 't4C lJ.
IN AND FOR i I Frevxer/Cooter; Electric CIRCUIT '3'0, lawty Florid THREE MONTHS FROM AMY MICHELlE Q" OLDER STORY home in need of repairs.
i DATI OF THE FIRST THOMAS.
BRADFORD COUNTY. 'nd/or, Gas Broiler;; OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 32058 that the names d I THE THIS Deceased Ouu..leuss.xlatcs owner will hold mortgage.
FLORIDA'" v "; Miac.I'shelving' ; the solely Interested PUBLICATION OF Approximately 16 Acres in City. Financing
BRADFORD COUNTY. I person j I NOTICE: (1) All claims know where to look for '
Steel In the sl W available 1
Stainless
Orlddl .
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CIVIL ACTION against the. estate and NOTICEOF '..;' Investment opportunity'
CASENO.B2MCAHORNES ,Salo4 Prep.;:Hood; ; fiN business Is as fallows: ADMINISTRATIONThe here In town or all over the BUILDING LOT on Pratt St. 100'xllS'
: ((2)) objection by on
1 Extintutaher System; Hot 'eM. No 12 388 AIMEE SHEDDAN TON,Interested any person1 to .. country AndW.ha".lhe LOT IN HIGHRIDGE ESTATES in Keystone.

'INTEIINA nON- Food Jabl.. .....tlG: Dish l'[ ." SHEDOAN. Interlochen"''wham notice was mailed .dmlnlttratlor I experience la help you get 100'xlW. ,
Al. INC., Container}. Dish Rack:" JEROME- P.KENGERING.. Florida., September 7,' that challenge the of the estate of AMY, rinanclnf a) terms you can WOODEN BUILDINCJ on, nice size. lot, some
a Florida Corporation.Plaintiff. Vegetable SlIc<<. Sllcers;"I Husband 1982 validity-of the will;' the MICHELLE THOMAS, afford, Tell' us your objectives work. Nice home. .
.9/233.tPCf 10/1'.! -- It help find t them ..
,Mixers; Stainless"r Steel. Plaintiff :........... :: :,qualification of the' per- deceased File Numb) .' y -ror. : FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One of Starke' I
.V$ 'W.rk' 'Teble' *? Cn vs .ooii0. sanal rpresntoliv 83.73.5?. to pending tr .; you. landmark homes 4M No. Walnut St., .

SERGIO AGUII.Oi.,..... :Opener; Sale: Heat, GLADYS D. RENGERING, venue or jurisdiction of the' Circuit Court. foi ; ", I .CONCRETE BLOCK :3 bedroom 2 .bath well.
Dofondanttj 'Lam,.. ice Machines; Wife NOTICI Is', h.reb'y the court. Bradford County, :'ear .. -, '".. 1 ''built older home. Has nice yard., I
2-Cemp. Sink: Defendant given that on MondayOctotMlr. ALL CLAIMS AND florida Probate Div '""! :::r 21" a 131 ACRE FARM: Four chicken houses, 3.000
NOTICE OF&ALE Dishwasher; Air- 4. 1982. at IO-.0 0 OBJECTIONS NOT SO Nan, the' address d* .+ t. Iw '?. I i"L, :: t..', ,ft. road frontage on US-301. .
Conditioning Equipment. ::i 'NOTICE Of SUlfNOPHOPWTY- .:cock A.M.. th* wndeisigned. FILED,WIll' .:'FOREVER- which I is Bradford Count :<> NlIGHaORHOOO: a H ACRE to m'ACRE LOT: Priced to sell. I
NOTICE to HEREBY WaKt'ln CooI..lFr__; u" GATO? BARRED, Courthouse, Stark, 'PROPERTIES, Inej' ,,12500 to $3390. Terms.. $300.00: down, payments .
GIVEN THAT,1; pursuant Convection", Oven; ,FREIGHTWAYSINC1,wi II I Dot of the tint FUrld 33091. Th.i--a v- Realtor ,? for 5 'J.""".. at 12".' I
and addresses ol.
to an Ordor'ol, final Waitress Station; Table: TO: C GLADYS D. KNGER-;: sell at public auction 1 err el publication Admlnldratlen of thl Notice name the personal' repreeenlotiv ..irsns(904)944-S331..TLT owmiaf a 25 ACRES: With US-301. front.... ,
Judgement of Chairs; Booth; Soloc1 ING. 1057 Sprlnghouse cash .t 2175 Com I', : the. La.orssatso. 5 ACRES: with 476 H. on US-301,
foreclosure entered In and Display Cases Drive. CCembrldg. manwalth, Av", ..' September MARIAN 23 J.UNDERHILL, 1992. **..and rlfatlv*>personal'( attorney repr ..' Rtal> seer Estate B Capanron.(.noun tt IS ACRES: Ideal for(building, *n. Un ot shad ***..

the oboes-cptan.d ae Microwave Oven; Drb4 \ Station Apartmnt J.ck.vllIorlda/ ". Personal Representative or* set forth "below: Squat Houtmf Opportunity fi> Good term
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Runs Past Clash in Starke Friday

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Bradford High's varsity Tornadoes Friday's Quick Facts :
surroundings of
return to the friendly

BHS 390Stunned .. .. .... ... ..' Bradford Field Friday night for their Bradford vs. Santa Fe
first home game of the season against Game Site: Bradford Stadium.. ,. ;>.,
: Alachua Santa Fe's Raiders. Season Records BUS 1-1, Santa, '
by a 97-yard kickoff returnon -1 The game also marks the opening of Fe 42.
the first play of the game Brad o.1 the District 5-AAA season for BUS, Series History: BHS 15 wins,)" '.
ford's Tornadoes never recovered a, with Santa Fe coming in with an 0-1 Santa Fe 2,1 tie.

. and were routed by top-ranked fA mark in district: play. Last Meeting: Santa Fe won 19-0
'. Historically the Tornadoes have .
Palatka 39-0 last Friday 4 In 81.
A large crowd at Palatka watched 4a been tough on Santa Fe, winning 15 of
Jimmy O'Neal, one of the Panthers 18 meetings between the schools' varsities "
many speed-merchants, sprint with 1 tie. something we don't have.
straight up the gut, through and past Right now'the Raiders are struggling As their stat's show the Raiders will
the Tornado kick coverage wall, for at 02. Turnovers led to their'' put the ball up.
his length-of-the-field score oft the t1 ? ; e demise in a 17-9 opening game loss to "If they throw it 25 to 30 times we'regoing

opening kickoff It put the Panthers a Eastside and last week New Smyrna to have to get a couple of those, .*$
seconds J the Raiders 260. ),' said secondary: !
touchdown up with just 13 Beach dropped (interception
gone in the game and they breezed to -,. 1 1ty The game matches two clubs whose coach Mike Hartley. "We weren't.ag- ?'
their 3rd win in 3 outings, droppingthe 1 i offenses have yet to get cranked up. gressive last week but hopefully we'll' ;.
Tornadoes to 11. .: Santa Fe has managed just one do better against a predominately :.
"I think that was a tremendousblow ,. y' touchdown, though they have provedto passing team like we did against Mac ,
,"- BHS coach David Hurse be dangerous through the air- clenny. They rollout It' lot and if we. ,.
answered Tuesday when asked how completing 17 of 36 passes for ,122 don't do a good job of containing their '.

much the kick return affected his yards in the first two games.. quarterback he could give us problems I- .
ballclub. "That kinda psyched our Bradford meanwhile has yet to hit 'J
kids out"Palatka iaF the endzone. The Raiders have played two
went on to put on a "As soon as our backs start running quarterbacks this season, but Tornado -
dominating offensive show, controlling hard we'll be a much-improved football coaches figure Eddie Boles (no.
the ball most of the night with 'r msw d} u team," BHS coach David Hurse 10) will direct the attack most of the
their versatile attack, and rarely giving I said after practice Monday night time, with the other signal-caller,
the Tornadoes a chance to get : "The offensive line has come along," senior Campbell (no. 11)) serving.) I Ia If

back in the game.Bradford's Hurse said. dangerous pass reciever. 11'r1!'! f''
defense stopped the -......-. ...,,,.--- -,. m.- --.-.----- -- --. _. .......wi.. -.--- .. Of Santa Fe Hurse says, "they're Santa Fe's other favorite target is
Panthers on their next two possessions Palatka Foiled On at Least One Try..... young and inexperienced (losing 22 the tight end. .
of the game but on the third the Here's that didn't right for Palatka Panand the ball squirts straight up In the air. seniors from last year's 9-2 team that "That tight end is a big play man."
the air for another one thing go Bowl in Ocala) but they defensive coordinator Mike Sex-
Panthers went to thers in their 39-0 win over the Tornadoes last Friday. In on the play for the Tornadoes are Kenny Wright won the Sun said
score. Junior quarterback Clifton On a try for a two-point conversion Panther fullback (53) and Randy Davis (81)) at the bottom of the pile, with., do have plenty of speed and that's ton. """""}

Reynolds hit Keith Isom for 37 yardsto Joe Brinson ((36 in middle) Is hit at the line of scrimmage Eric Lane (20) and Marvin Brown ((10) nt'arby.Of""ICIAL ,
set up a scoring pass from
Reynolds to Shaun Pinkston on a post

pattern from 15 yards out. PRIMARYDEMOCRATIC ]BALLOT .. !
BHS got a major break 3' minutes

before halftime when Dale Buchanon '' I
fumble loose from the Pan- PAR1 fY ".. '
knocked a < ', ',,"".",:.:" a.,1'
thers Shaun Pinkston and Kenny ... Bradford County, Florida '. ;:. i.
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and rambled :
Wright picked the ball up i ,.
to the Palatka 12 yard : *.d':'' *" Precinct 'No. ;.
17 yards V-I :WH': : : I1'1' '*.1'?' V." ----- ... i.

line.But on 2nd and 12 a pitchout from ';'I-; ,.. OCTOBER 5, 1982r .., .If'v.V
Watkins to Oliver Tyson I f ,' ..oe.w"; :
Emmett T for whom desire to
of the candidate you ;
went astray and Palatka got the ball TO VOTE for a candidate. mark a cross (X) In. the blank space at the RIGHT of the name I

right back with Tom Herring fallingon \0 ." : '. t

Just it. into the second period the Pan- { .. ,.k, -: .t. P 1. >I" .t..1"t"A' "",'\, )"c.". ,,- ?';">
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to Jarvis :
Reynolds flared a pass out /- LEGISLATIVE '' i
Williams who took the ball in from the ,, .
15 to cap an 81-yard march. State Senator 4 } '. : SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ; ',., l
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After that score BHS put togetherits I ." j" ... l
first and best offensive thrust of 5th Senatorial District { District 2 ;' ;' '

the game, moving into scoring posi- : .. .. "' ;
tion behind quarterback Watkins. The ote for One) (VoteforOneK ', lrf.
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senior threw a strike to tight end ..:3** !?>V ,S ); 0'J ] -. -" /
Blaine DyaV for 13-yards to start the a ??3 '" |! ,::t\; \ : ,
drive. keproVP the leftside'Tor 9- ., 1m'Crews SSTOFFICIAL : Maxie' Reddish I I

more, and went back to Dyal for a 13 ',I
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yard pass play that took BHS into Bill Grant .i .. T Patricia (Pat) Spengler !I ,
Panther territory at the 44. ,
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After Eric Lane punched inside for ..\ '"' ,...,, '. / l

4 yards, Watkins scrambled for 10 '7 .. .. ";,,' 1
more and a first down at the 30. But .' -.. '. l
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tougher and \ ',.; ,
from there the going got '
on 3rd and 15 from the 35 Watkins was .. 1.'Y 1.- :i:; ( ::

intercepted by Palatka's Ricky ,'f """ ""
Mulberry at the 18. ,. '".;,. _J"SLII
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And in no time it was 26-0 as the : ,:.;.1.. '. "
high-charged Panthers took just 4 :: :': i' \ : ,,- ,',. .' .
back the other 82 ; : '"' PRIMAL Y BALLOT't :: : .. .:. -
plays to go way .. I ( ; ..: ; .....
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for fourth score. Junior ; 11)) :-'t1. O
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yards a "
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James Wright hit off left tackle and ., "t' ..F, > ;' ,'::.' q'. %:' !, %; REPUBLICAN, P.ARTY I,' ;" .,.'. .: ".r'. )< ,"'j :. : \ .J.t, Irlda
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cut outside for a 30 yard sprint to '
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endzone for the 6-pointer. ,. .' ''or'tfiTio1'' .: ,;:....," "' '. Bradford County, Fl "u.hq
BHS tried a bomb from Watkins to r : r. ,s. ..." ,:' ". "" 1 iIJ.b .wA
Jones with time running out in Precinct No.OCTOBER. __
David ., ,; ,:; '..' .. \ ,: I
the half but Mulberry outraced Jones "" I ,. '., ;

t for the ball to grab a second intercep '1 ". "_ ..". ,,. '.. .:' ,, j .. 5, 198': ,- ; vai r.nltcufo: ,0 onlfJlnl

Panthers l "m""TO VOTE for a candidate, mark a cross (eX) in the blank space at the RIGHT of the name of the .aT b'sfnuo S Si.

The third period looked like' a ', ,: ," .' V:: *V-;', r;J ',.1)0 '. ,' 1',v, .. desire 1o.vote .'' ,etrt' n Zrawdl ..,d3 f fgr"iRIF3 \

scoreless standoff until the Panthers' ;.,! '... ,.:. :.,;, ,ii -:: : ,;,\, FJs> ,. ;)2
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bowling ball fullback Joe Brinson '...,. : : '' ": .

burst up the middle and didn't stop :> i/\/i\ :1t' : COHGRESSIOHUnited 1 : "I i6.JtIt'q uSl1c ae "Iuoy "...n3l1ator
running 'till he hit the endzone 53 : '" ,. PCELaura( a.hJn:!
yards later. Large's kick made it 33-0 t States Sei :/ y utoJ.1.d

with 19 seconds to go in the period.
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The Panthers capped the scoring (Votefor, One),I t': 21
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with 5:17 to go in the game as O'Neal
went over from 1 yard away to end a l, Y _:;; "

62 yard drive. : V ,f, :, ;
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first down 12 if": = F I
j 36-41 nuhca-yda. 32-2M 113 ; ,. T David H. Bludworth ; f= -
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The Bradford Cowboy Jr. Midgets ..t. '. '. ': Florida -:-.. .. .I... -, ...". .J.'l'.1". .j", JI.. ,,' .. s":.
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under coaches Ronnie Thomas and '; .3t. .

Farelon McClellan rallied back from '-; ; (. ..' : .. '." .. Precinct No. ___.__, i.L. -ha4;:
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down 13-0: to tie Orange Park 1313 last,<.. 1 :
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week and keep their unbeaten mark .v J -:. \ ,' ,. ,. ,, 't'"I' ',. OCTOBER 5,1982 f, /f. ,
intact. ;; : ,

The Cowboys Callahan, now 1-0-1 with a 24-6 in ,If; '; TO VOTE for a candidate mark a cross (X) in the blank. space. at the RIGHT of t the name of''!the candidate for whom you desire, to vote I
victory over already ;
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f : '... :( M : a
hand, scored on the last play of the t1 : ; ,f..efo. : :! < ? < > > .. ', : r'J.. ;
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game Saturday to tie. Cory Strong pit :,' t ; ". .
ched a 46 yard TD pass to Malachi J j
Jenkins to pull the local Jr. to
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.1, within 13-12, and the same 2 Meta up '' LEGISLATIVE A.y, t' 'iBRADfORD COUNTY

for the equalizing conversion point, ,.' ; ..; ,,<
with Jenkins making a diving catch In. .v1.State Senator \ STATE REPRESENTATIVE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
1 the endzone. .i.; / : c... art"' ;, ..;x : ;.... .' '
1 After faUing behind 13-0 early in the 5th Senatorial District 21st House District' ; T. 'W 'District! ''"
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;:, third period the Cowboys went to an ., for One k ..t J., ? :idr'One) = '.
all-out aerial attack. They got close (Vote for One) ? .:, (Vote ) ", ;' :\, ('Vota.. .

when Darin Patterson applied a hard \\'I
lick to seperate a Orange Park runner I .-

from the ball and Dale Ray Covington : 'Jim: Crews ?. i', r. \\tti, 4f .,. Lee Drawdy ReddishtPatricia : ,l '. ,
I caught the ball in his own endzone and :-: -. .

I 13-ran&.102 yards to cut the .OP lead,.to ,, (.raBill: Grant G, ...;; ,'I;1 I" ,;; _.A: J# '' Fronk; Williams (Pat) ..Spengler.f. '
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Thomas cited his offensive line of ..(... 'I J.,1' ....... .

) f Robbie McRae. Stacey Bowen LloydGUpln )ll.\ .rI : '" ". .inc itt ,.., I ,,. iJI' ?if h'hl$1
and .
Rodney Mosley, Dale "- .- I I. .
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Brown for holding the defense out and -, .... __ ... ', ", "J,, '..1Ih.:rf.'.'",,I'(..
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b BHS Harriers Sweep Home Meet .'


Bradford High's cross country The BHS distance runners face two ed home in last place with 252 points
teams made their first home meet of ,more big tests this week- the Saints Ocala Vanguard nipped Middleburg
the season count Tuesday afternoon, Invitational at Jacksonville Sandalwood 73 to 76 to win the team title.
sweeping to resounding victories in a I Saturday and a 4 to 6 team

". trl-meet at the BMS course. home meet at BMS,Tuesday, Oct. 5, --.I am,.....d.Ski. ." .
e } a and coach George Loper said his .TVMII..._. BRADFORD BHS l.. Baker
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i 48a1 no team acme Clay'C'> no .learn KorriiW4vi
t. The Lady Tornado girls swept the charges are beginning to gear up. *..*MP i*.M!MM MMMni I' Linda o.W.II ... ,,!'
first 4 spots and just missed perfect ,BHS' l5 06. Si Pam BflMCII. I iBHSi 1545. 3'
score ((15) with 16 points to easily beat "The girls came'along' today and Michelle Kunuli iBHSi 16 57. 4i Carol FuuelljBHSi
shorthanded Baker'' and Clay High they're going to get stronger," Loper 16:ll.Si UsaTerne! > iHuadrunnrrai l 16 I*..
.i Ward'lBa15:25.: HTamm) :\Iann'BHS' Id'3J
said after
schools. In the boys race the Tornadoes Tuesday's meet. "They'repacked Si Highland'Ba' Logo "> Cher> Bogle'iBHSi
took the top 2 places and 4th to in there in a group after Linda 17.M:lot Pam Hawkins 'BHS' 17:1.: I2 Angle
win with 26 points against Clay's 40 and Pam .l(Boswell) and by the time Coleman iBHSi IB 07 HI AlllMin Denmark
and Baker's 59. District's rolls around they should all 'oBHS".44

be in the 14's or lower. Well have a ..*> UOT *-.... BRADFORD <-BHSi 26. flatiCi dot,
Linda DeWitt's 15:06 first place leda chance to qualify for Regionals) 40. Baker >.8a. &I .
parade of red-clad Lady Tornadoes again" l..4l,.,_t.. I*a..4 Sill ...NN.... I'> Curtis June
across the line. Pam Boswell was 2nd Loper said the boys too could be in i BHS' 1657. 2' Richard Warren BHS nun.
.
coring' 17 57. 3i Kenny DeMitl ''BHS' ill :10 4'
in 15:45: Michelle Klmutis 3rd in the thick of things come District time. Brown .iBai Ii.25.110 i Eddie Tennanl ,iBHSi III :VI
15:57: and Carol Fussell 4th in 16:11 "Once we get all our boys out there 6i Adam Ci. IS.41. 7i Cnrader 'Ci 19 II. 5.Daigi. >
over the renovated 2-mile course, and In shape we should hang right in ,iCi ID:24. "' Zelmka .iCi l 11129. I0i,MadeWidener
tri/A ''BHhi 18.32. Hi Jeff Pimell BHb ay
Bradford Middle Schooler Lisa there
11138 UiAllenGiinuleiiBHSi2U37 I .. l<> Tudv
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,' '..' bi Tierney a 7th grader running exhibi- At Tuesday's meet, which is set to O'X..o.'BHS'21:25. 17' Len Sander'BH5'22 IH'iMdrouBMCluk
.. tion, was next in line with a 16:16: start at 4 p.m., Jacksonville Bishop
i'i:' r clocking.The Kenny Ocala Vanguard, and St. Tlmm TiMUcyi GIRLS '2 nil lex1 -
.l.. Tierne 16,16. thru Anders III VI AnM..laWld.n.r
.. .. Augustine are slated to come, and .
', 1943 Christie Harrell I IV 48 JenniferBroun
-,; other scorer for BHS was Tam- possibly Jacksonville Lee and Paxon. l IV SI.Sharon Know.In 22 :Jt .
::1 :). my Mann with a 16.33: time for 7th. BOYS Ton, Mahclo 22 14. Henr) Caper 23 01. t ti4f.
In the boys race Bradford's Curtis Gene Powell 23 25. Jody grown 23 34. Jawin %{
1'1 a; Jones and Richard Warren surged in Trophies Taken at PalatkaAt Brown 24. 03. Curlii KnighU ::11.:16.: JmialhnnBresee
31 :ID
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the 11-school Palatka Invitational -
front early to make it a 2-man race
::11. ..._........ II' out in front and Jones broke away at last Thursday Bradford High IAINT1 INVITATIONAt

: "'r"f t ;' -.....\ ,,,. \<... ".: the halfway point to win in 16:57.: took awards 3 individual trophies for individualswho home as GI,", tmm ......, 11(*.*North..II) Marian WH, 2' lId.dl.burIlIW.3' .+ ;k ti4. ,
;.:> '!} it. : :" t. "" .. Warren a non-scoring runner Tues- were given Jax Lee BRADFORD .5'BiKhholi
., ,, ."' .... .. ( { .it (- /' \ the ) 125 4' I.T
20.
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"t. top
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: ., "' '' : day because he just rejoined the .8..1..110 Palatka 151.10 1 Vanguard 111,1.So
1>..\, ."".""'.. \'.>'.'-.'..-, '.'... ,.. \. II", "'. :r''' ta. .,,a... team, clocked a 17:57 and Bradford's Jones was 5th in 17:04: to win an BiahopKenn>'"B"170.91,Sea Sm\rnaBth. I HOlOi -' y r .
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:I,.Iw.. ... \ ... ... .. '; .."'. .....:".. ...,,,.., .! Kenny DeWitt was 3rd ((2nd in the in girls race Bmuell
o..W13.-III o 14 28.
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'it."., '...., -:.;; ", -,.".'. """" ".....,."':'loI..,,*; ",..:.r..t......, scoring) in 18:25.: seconds later Ed- was 6th in 13:48: and Boswell 15th In 311 Fiusell 1519: ,. 37i Mann IJ.F 311': MK.muta
4ft ( ... ." Q."NIf die Tennant crossed the line in 18:30: 14:28.: 15.30 70> Coleman 4(1( -tz.r.-: .. ,MA, .,. .... .""1/ ;..... .i 111.351.a. '. -
-, or.: .. ".f ...... .. rt. ," for 5th place and Bradford's boys had
.':.-. "!'-i'A. +Ma : #... -.ti -'.., ".. "r 1"y. ,; their first victory of the season all but As a team the Lady Tornadoes were .,. town uo>..i Vanguard 7J.20< Middlrburg Coming on Strong...
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4th with
127 North Marion
.' ( 4o' sewed up.Wade points won 7'.3' Palatka 1IM.4i' BuchhiIl"B' UJ:: .S' tie Ju Fa t-llI1pro\Inj( sophomore I'jinKosuell
t17 Widener (19:32): ) and Jeff the girls event with 98 points, followed Lee 184 and Bishop Kenny "B" 164.7I Oamraxille) udslhesrumil .tclv Tornado
Around the Bend... by Middlcburg 103 Jax Lee 125, and 165 II' SI Augustine 171.III Norlh' Marion J16 Ill-
Powell (19:38): ) were 10th and 11th Santa Fe 250 III" BRADFORD 252 in behind captain l.ind.i l Ilt-Uill Jl
With coach George Loper checking split times in the background Tornado respectively and freshman Allen Gon' BHS. aHI c.iuli.i" 51 Jones 17 04 57' Widener' IV 4 II both he Salldal"t..td| Invil.ilioiul and
lietiders Curtis Jones; left and Richard Warren come around the mile turn zalez was 14th in 20:37 to complete the In the boys race the Tornadoes, 611 U'Seal' 20 12.. 64' Thomas M 53. 65' .."....11 the home meet 'rursd.it.
(running ahead of the pack In-Bradford's cross-country win al home Tuesday. Tornado win. missing 4 expected regulars, struggl 21.03 .117. Gonzales 21 2J
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Dolphins are the early leaders Dolphins 8 Falcons 6: In a hard- Dolphins showed versatility in CoppF'alcillr! I IJ: I'icrs! ti: Tummy
: in the Starke Rec. Department's 10-13 fought game Tuesday the Dolphins ing the Bengals in this season opener Balkcom knifed in from a foot out late
JIM year old flag football lead after openstay undefeated on the strength of a last Thursday. in the game to bend the Falcons past
$ ing with 2 victories last week. '2-pomt conversion pass from Jamey Opening with a 40 yard scoring run the 49ers 126.
Carver to Bo Bishop. by Bo Bishop the winners also scored
Tuesday.Sept.28 The teams had traded OnaI2)'ardpasslromBishoptoDonThewinning cort'wasst'lupbya t
49ers 20 Bengals 0:' Mark touchdowns-theDolphinsscorlngon me Francis and a 22 yard aerial Rolland Shafer run for the winners.
Strickland tossed TD passes to Link a 1 yard run by Link.Bishop and the hookup? from Jamey Carver to Link The 49ers had broken up a 00
Bishop (10 yards), Ed Douglas ((24), Falcons tallying 6 points on a 9 yard Bishop. halftime deadlock when :Mark
and Mel Summerlin (10 yards) and from Mark Marshall Clarence The
I pass to only Bengal tally came when Strickland ran 30 yards fur a
Jeff Foster caught the Bengals Tim Williams. Mitch Gray hit Tim Lewis who ran 25 touchdown but Balkcom came back to
Lewis in his own endzone for a safety Thursday. Sept. 23 yards to paydirt to complete a 33 yard return the kickoff: yards mid tie the
as the 49ers got their first win. Dolphins 20 Bengals 6: The pass play. count &-6.



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'.- Vote for and Elect Share Meri"sLeague



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L LeadTwo
r--- ;"'::':" "" ";;,.I-," 4; .;. PS. MAXIE ,
', t"
t Starke teams the defending

'i ... Starke. Florida F' 1 league,'hampIusic: :Men and< 1517 Bessent Road REDDISH & Roberts -- along with :\Mjcck'tinv
964-6300 Motor Parts share the /lead after one
week of play' in the SUirko Hoc


Eighth AnnualNeedlework School Board Dist 2 J League.Dt'parlment'sIt'n's The Music :Men: nipped Flat the Football Streaksof

lIacclenn220 while Siren &:
Roberts blanked the Super Stars 26-11(I
Show in games last week while:Motor Parts
I got past Norman Farm of Starke

October .5- 60.
Play is in Macclennx: \ Sunday with
Oct. 7 thru 10, 1982 the Streaks and Norman playing at

A 1:00, the 1lusicIt'n: and Super Stars
at 2:30. and <
Prizes Awarded In lIacclennMolor Parts at 4:110.:
: In the l league opener in :Macclennylast
Wednesday :Music :Men had all it
could handle against an mipro\ed
Knitting Crocheting Embroidery Streaks team,
I "Maxie Reddish has not recently become involved and interested Two fourth quarter interceptions by
"
Counted Thread Latch Hook' Etc. .. Harold Chandler helped the twice
l in education" He attended night classes from Ni __ district champs st'allhl' victory.
SORRY NO CRAFTS
January' of "71" through March of "77" to earn his degree Chandler Earlier had quarterback I thrown TD passesto Chris

Enter your favorite piece of needlework. Glen DeSue for 6'ards.. Leroy
from Fla. State University (F.S.U.)
Entries must b, In by Saturday, Oct. 2 at 2 pms Davis for 40, and 2 to Avery Shell
co'ering15 and 2 yards.
Every Invited O'Steen & Roberts had fewer
q Maxie Reddish values his integrity more than his election. ... blems as signal caller Bill Goodie pro-!

.................. JIb,. tossed 3 touchdown passes and
He is not obligated to the present school administration or to ri ra.q Jackson Prevail fired another.

Goodge threw scores to Gene
any organized pressure group. Raulerson. Bill Rat lift, and Tom

I Paladmo while Prevail hooked up
with Kenny Bo Griffis for a 6-pointer..
NOTICE .. ,. Maxie Reddish has made one promise throughout his cam- Raulerson and Doug Bar net I pickedoff
.
for the winners.
paign, that he will study the issues and base his decisions on Interceptions

the best interests of all citizens a commitment he strongly

feels

Register to Vote \ ... <. -..

,. Maxie Reddish feels a board member should LISTEN and be|__ jfc..

RESPONSIVE to the concerns of the parents .in regard to the

education of their children.

REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE

,FORGENERAL ...Maxie Reddish owns and operates a day care_ cen'ter,)__

ELECTION understands the problems of a small business: -

Dale Buchanon

,' n ," ( :-, By your vote in the first primary you.have. 'indicated, that

OCTOBER 2, 1982 'you are ready for a change. TornadoOf


5 P.M1 .. ',:' the WeekSenior

't-j tAU f. .: '6t". .:J..,. ,. ..... By, your, continued SUPPORT and VOTE on October 5 defensive tackle' Dale

'. .. : *.: : '. Buchanon is Tornado of the Week for
: : WE CAN MAKE THAT CHANGE!
; /,. .
,
1 ;J.J' < I his
V :J /, \q1A'l'O. >If' : play in last week's loss to Palatka.
# ,: -.t' .. f \
Ile c l pen .- . .. Buchanon'led the team in tackles
: t with 5 solo stops,and caused one fumble
; -
Saturday:Octobers, 9 am 5 pmPHONE : JJ t>> ," but BHS coaches say his leader-,
ship is just about as important as his

; : Itl i .' :: fine on-field play, .
r ; 0 : -A "Dale's given us strong leadership I

:,, 9646280I t ; '. VOTE and ELECT the past whole week,week" said and head particularly coach David this I

lel Nev rAynrf.tl.d: Hurse
Maxie ReddishSchool Buchanon was the defensive
lineman last week' with. Emmett
Supervisor of Elections Watkins winning the offensive back
,award and John David Francis the
I Bradford County Board District 2 NNtMt specialty team award. No offensive
line of defensive back awards were
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I, BHS Girls Beat Hornets Gainesville! High Drops :.'Z



;' To Up Mark to 4-1 r ; JV Tornadoes to O-2 :::


;. Bradford High's Lady Tornadoes night, Oct. 5, at 8 pm in the BHS With a pair of games against The Tornadoes drove the ball,'oh
J{,? suffered their first setback against gym.Buchholz. ," Gainesville schools behind them the their first possession but fumbled
F i: District 5-AAA leader Gainesville brought in a 6-match whining 10th grade Tornado football team deep in Gainesville territory and
Buchholz at home Monday night but streak and a tall front line led by hopes to have better luck against didn't again have a serious threat-to,
the BUS girls sandwiched 2 wins Rossie Wade and it was too much for teams from outside the university city score until late in the game.
around that defeat and are 4-1 for the the Lady Tornadoes to overcome now. The Hurricanes scored on a 6-ydrd
year.Victories. Monday night. The BUS JV squad took its lumps run with 8:08: to go in the first quarterto
over Gainesville ((15-5, r 1t against the Gainesville schools- hosing make it 12-0, and went up l8-oat
15-10) and Hawthorne ((15-4, 15-4) got F d to Eastside 30-7 in the opener,and halftime on a 24 yard touchdown pass.
the Lady Tornadoes off to a start that then dropping a :30-0 game at home GUS drove the ball down field for
coach Inez Diggs says she can't com- .., against Gainesville High's JV last touchdowns on its first 2 possessionsof
plain about. Thursday.Bradford. the 3rd period to open the gap.to
"We really aren't playing as goodas was to play St. Augustine 24-0 and then 30-0. "
we are capable of but I suppose I "" Wednesday night Sept. 29, and hosts In the last period Bradford's Clint
shouldn't complain about being four Middleburg's Broncos here in Starke, Hutcheson recovered a GUS fumbleto
'" and one,"Mrs. Diggs said after Tuesday Wednesday Oct. 8. Kickoff time for give the JV Tornadoes the ball near
afternoon's road victory at the Oct. 6 home game is 7 p.m. midfield. : I
Hawthorne.With Last Thursday's game was a Running back Tony Davis gained
senior Lorraine Bass servingup ---.! s---- -,- .. '. preview of the varsity game with yards on 2 carries to get BUS into
points, Cindy Strickland 6, and Palatka the next night as GUS stunn- scoring position again but on a 4th and
Pat Slocum 6 the Lady Tornadoesbeat and for More... ed Bradford with an 82 yard kickoff goal play from the 2 Robert Bellamy
Hawthorne's Hornets for the second Looking return right off the bat and went on to was stopped a couple feet shy of the
time this year by a lopsided volleyball team, winners of four of Its first five mat- a big victory. goal line on a keeper. .[.
count. to right: .'
The competition gets tougher as Harris, Wendy McDougald Lorraine Bass, and Lisa
Bradford faces defending district
champ Santa Fe in Alachua Thursday Carter Samantha Herman Jill DeSue. Shannon t
Sept. 30, Middleburg on the road Strickland and Cindy Strickland. '
Monday, Oct. 4, before returning Inca Plggs, Vonda. Kay Hall Valerie McCloud. Pat. I_M I I MI
home to face Macclenny Tuesday Delestre.! I !




I Blank Freshman;Hamilton.'A The Looking 1



Class t\\
Relying on a rock-ribbed defense tcr styling
and a couple of big plays the 1 1f Center Is
proud
freshman football team of Bradford ,
notched its second ,, ;trr to
High straight victory welcome to our s aff -
,
with win
a 13-0 at Baldwin Tues- ,
day night, Sept 28.. Ms. Loretta street ;1
The 9th grade team, which faces its
sternest test yet when Middleburg ,.u ,.eta formerly of DeBonair
comes to town Tuesday night, Oct. 5, : -
for a 7 game,scored touchdownsin '\ In Gainesvillewho
first
the and second period and sat specializes In the

preserve back and the watched two-touchdown its defense lead S 1 } current hair trends for

against the class 2A hosts at Baldwin. todays. black, man & woman
Early in the game Randy Thompson -
delivered a crushing lick to
separate a Baldwin ballcarrier from
the ball on a reverse play and defen- .. ,
/0' 25 %
sive back Clinton Jenkins gathered up off
the ball and sped 32 yards for the G One
night's first score. Keith Kehoe Keith Kehoe (no. 3)). shown here sprinting free on aO I
booted the conversion kick and the last week had nearly 100 yards rushing Tuesday 1 'wee'"
Tornadoes led 7-0. .team downed Baldwin 130. VIChemical I I
Only II F

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Due's Win First 2 in Starke 6-9 Flag Football ActionThe

Looking Glass Styling CtrF

Bucs of the Starke league openthe conversion point to break a 19-19 scampered 45, 41'; and 37 yards for 3 .
!
ed the **
with
season 2 wins last week W Madison .
tie and send the Cowboys past the touchdowns and JoJo Jackson hit 91149848547
and the
are league leaders heading inRams..
to paydirt from 22 yards out to lead the
games Wednesday afternoon,Sept., In regulation time Milton had run 23 Bucs to a season-opening win over the -

29. and 10 from .. .,
yards scrimmage for Cowboys last week. _, _
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Monday, pt.2'l scores and.also returned.a punt 32 ... -. '.' ,. .. .. ,
Due 7 Steeler 0: A 20 yard run by yards for Cowboy\ TD. ..,-- -,.
i Kelly Lee and Ashley Alday's extra The Ranis tallied touchdowns on a Rams 14 Steelers 6: Kevin Boone
point broke up a scoreless tie in the 32 yard run by Kevin Boone a 45 yard ran 40 yards for a TD in the 1st half
I second half and the Bucs went on to pass and run play from Boone to Rayand Raymond Trimble scored from 37 THINK ABOUT IT.
shutout the Steelers 7-0. mond Trimble, and a 12 yard inyards out in the second half to propell) .
terception return by Trimble. the Rams past the Steelers.
Cowboys 26 Rams 19 (OT): In an The losers score came after

scored overtime from thriller 8 yards out Randy and then Milton ran Bucs 28 Wednesday- Cowboys ,13 Sept.: Ashley 22 Alday honors halftlme on with a 29 Andrew yard run.Bute doing the DO you want a Duval financed District,21 Representative In

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Elder Wins Junior BUS All Sports Club Sports Calendar Consider: Duval County contributors to Drawdy campaignHenry

Golf CompetitionsLittle To Meet October 4 ffcwraAnj.*..*.10 Cook(President,Jacksonville City Council) Assoc.
David Elder won both the The Bradford BHS girls volleyball Santa F. (IMO Walter Williams member and former chairman JEA Board of Directors)
High School All and Sons,inc.
Putting and Chipping contests in Jr. Sports Club will be 'fM. .Oct.I
holding its second Henry Beckwltn(ex-president Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce)
Golf
Santa Fe
competitions held at the ( BHS
Starke vanity (S.OO)
meeting of the new school at William staten(former executive officer Offshore Power Systems)
Golf & year ......
Country Club last weekend. Western Steer Steak House ,.oa I Portcarrlen.lnc. .
Lori McKinney was runnerup in the Monday BHS cram-country at Sandalwoocllnvite Stockton wnatley and Davln Co.
night, Oct. 4, and all Interested .
Putting contest and Todd Gillen- MtMtrftJV.CM.4 Plumbers and Steam Fitters local 254 $
waters took second in the Chipping parents or supporters of athletics at BHS girls volleyball it Middleburg(4:00): Henry Stout(City of Jacksonville Administrator)and Ruth stout 10,027,00Duval
I Bradford High are invited.A jonn R. Bond Jacksonville Construction Trade Qualifying .
tournament. dutch treat dinner will be T.ndq.0.1 and Patricia Bond ;>
held I I
iF contributions
Vanguard St. Aug.,at BHS
: Both tournaments were head-to- from 6:30 to 7:30: with the meeting Kenny area country Florida Real Estate'institute
t head match play. Opponents played starting at 7:30 p.m. Middleburg at BHS Mh grade football ((7) Stokes and Company '
18 holes match play on the putting Being planned Is a chicken dinner Baker Co. at BHS girl volleyball ((1:00) Mike Summer wnod Homes Plumbing Company to Draw d V
surface with the winner advancing. sale during a Saturday. More detailson W..tin..!iiii Oct A Florida Pump service
Cassie Autry sunk the only holeinone the chicken dinner sale will be an- Middleburg at BHS JV foot'ball'l((7)) Sid Hlgcjlnbotnam Builder,Inc. -
of the day in the chipping contest. nounced later. Gainesville nu"" .y,O A.1 I Klnco InC.GrlssettHumphries.
at BHS gals volleyball -- ...--- Scott,McRae a Associates,,inc.
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