<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Bradford County telegraph
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01864
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01864
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
.. '. a _.... -' .. .t--w ... .. r v '- ', v .v w w w-.. .- r -- r + -- .. -r .. .. ... ,. .. .. ... -. ___.__-.,. ..... .. .. _". _. __

J T J *r




PKY LIBRARYOf

: ,LA. HISTORY


r ,' /,': ;':'/, 'II./Vf//.jl/// : / / e Bradford COli

113/.I'/Y/ )/ : '1 h 'I1t.
11/1'/ "1 #
'<'; i !:
Outs'lde'I' I y or'.T, MAY 141990

SINCE 1879
r I; l f I
Light rains Wednesday evening and into this morning Thursday, u. r;I '1 I L I-I.

May 10, should give way today to a break in the cloudiness for a .alu.d_.-. L
while,but a second front will bring more clouds by Friday morning, CI Ad.... ... ..... i
with only a slight chance of light rains to accompany the clouds. I r
'
Clearing again will bring plenty of sunshine Saturday and Sunday.SECTION Si 12 '.... ,
A warming trend Is starting today, and temperatures will reach Ar*.Nwt. .,.. .,..I.i-e,1ss r a
into the mid to upper 80s the rest of the week. Crlnt News .. ",. ,.1,3,10
Temperatures this week have been a bit below normal, with lows Obltuorl., ., .. ,. .., Ill
dipping into the mid 50s and highs not reaching 80; normal
temperatures for the area and time are high of 86 and low 63. SECTION Cl 12 F.i..
The seawater temperature at Jacksonville Beach Wednesday was Delinquent t..... ". .. .I-7C ,

77 degrees. l.gol l'Nwiai- : SC The Sweetest Strawberries of
School l This Side Heaven
The moon was full Yesterday, May and will become a new moon
i In (wo weeks Thursday, May 24. SporH. .... .. ........12C .I lOlli Year STAKKK. KI.OKIDA :ar Vents Copy
gird: Issue Thursday May lu, iwx) U.SI'S D 2-71H1

... QBpSBHBB9BR8RM&EQSB&flRB8iEBBiMDDB BOH8i 9BBBi H H BB B R


N Worth. Downtown To Come Alive Saturday; With JubileeCall I

'
..,
otingOffice Street will come alive Saturday, May Santa Fe parking area and on Call Street east Performances by area talented groups are 4 p.m.. ...uptiy presentation. The Chamber
12, with the third annual Downtown Jubilee to Walnut Street. Approximately 150 cars set are on Call Street.- has provided trophies for the classic <:ui -
called "Starke Alive." from all over north Florida are expected. 4:30 p.m Brush Arbor, Times Singes:
Visitors eat lunch downtown at the In- .11 a.m.: Lawtey Jazz Dancers. 6 p.m.: A squartdance exhibition by UK
Closed... A good time can be had from 11 a.m. on Into can 11:30: a.m.: Karate exhibition.
Silver Stars set in I the intersection Walnut
tersection of Walnut and Call Streets. There is
Saturday night when a sock hop is set in the Noon: Community Mass Choir.
Bradford County Tax Collector and Call.
Woman's Club. will be chicken and rice, hamburgers, hot
Esther Hall reports her office will An arts and crafts festival will at 11 dogs funnel cakes, cokes and desserts. 1 p.m.: BMS Jazz Dancers, BHS Jazz 7:30: p.m. Free sock hop, Woman's (.lull
be closed Monday-Wednesday. May a.m. with about 28 exhibitors expected open and A children's area Is set with games, face Dancers, the majorettes from Lawtey Com- Door prizes will be offered. Terry Vanghan.
21-23 for the installation of the munity School and "Scott in the Morning," will emcee sock hop
last all day on Call Street between the painting, parachute games and a moon walk exhibitions by the Brad-
Florida Division of Motor Vehicle'snew railroad track and Walnut Street. starting at 11:30: a.m. at the Intersection of ford/Keystone School of Dance. The jubilee Is sponsors! I by the ))<.' iii< 'vs' >
computer system and trainingof Walnut and Call Streets right around the 2 p.m.: Brooker/Hampton Elementary Progress Committee ot the Chamber ," t oils.
employees. An antique and classic car show is set in the eating area. Chorus, joint effort. merce, chaired by Glenda PIJS.


BHS Alumni... .' ,. .. ",,' '' ",,'. .: :. ':. 'VI" 'H . ':" ..' :"".. !\,( ,' .;" : ',', .' : ';. . .

BUS alumni are planning a'' ,
centennial celebration of the Brad- CountyBudget
ford High School which will be 100
years old In 1991.
The BUS Alumni Association Is
sponsoring a membership drive. '"

Join today. If your membership has .. .."
lapsed renew today Annual dues 1 J.i\:
are $5. Send checks to Alumni

Association, P.O. Box 1094 Starke,
32091. Dale Brown President.
Defici.tSeen

BHS Class of 1950... : '

,
There Is still time to make reser-
vations for the 40th reunion of the .r'"
BUS Class of 1950 scheduled tor ,

Saturday May 19. "
Call Grace Searles Harry Greenor #'f

father Hall.
A $500,000 budget shortfall IS <"<
Three BHS Classes... pected when the figures hotuimavailable
in a few weeks; CPA PI": <
Three BHS Classes. 19594041(
have scheduled Farnsworth said Monday Ma> 7
a 30 year" reu- .
Commissioners face leti
a ( i
nion, Friday and Saturday, July
',
probably to borrow funds U> inr'
>>21.
the final four months of the vi-n< ,
It is essential that all class
members return forms as soon as fiscal year.
is tight sail I i ,
Money getting u
possible, in order that planning can
sworth,who attended the Ma} i
be finalized.
1"7"1 of the month commission moi-nn-, i i
For information call Charles
.. Getting the county's L>udi,:>'
Ph. 964-7735 Tom Smith
Francis ,
,
transferred to the new Nixdnrt is.m
Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon. Ph. .
964-5358. Larry Brown Looked Up To in More Ways Than One Around Here... puters has delayed comput.. in <
the budget shortfall Farnsworilisaid.
Southslde Elementary Principal Jesse Moore presents a plaque to Mary McCloui. banquet organizer: Jesse Moore and Larry Brown, and .
SS Elementary... Larry Brown from the Minority Scholarship Committee. Coach David Hurie.Coaches Ilurse and Sexton coached Brown during his Clerk Ray Norman told tin tintii'i

Southslde Elementary will Shown. in photo (1-r) are Coach Mike Sexton! master of ceremonies; Illustrious year at BUS. the budget figures including! Hi'!"
shortfall, should be ready within >

.register May 7-11.---kindergarten., .orientation.,* .candidates\MIIIKWargarten -'' Larry! ; Brown, ,Home Town Fans Honor Each OtherSoftspoken few The weeks.budget Is minus the $100

.
held Friday, May U;at 8:30'.01.-. ..," .. .. -'' r-, .."',.... '" -. ,. .--, .'.,-...' special assessment the board Included

Please come to the school and confident Larry offensive lineman in the business by The Torriadoes had won the first knew then if he any any talent we and'which would Starke-have commissioners raised
cafeteria. Brown was an humble man as some his Pittsburgh Steelers coach.< state football championship in 1965, had a horse," Hurse recalls. some $900,000.
300 friends gathered to honor him Larry Brown came over from RJE and Coach Hurse was looking for a By the first game, against Mac- bucked on the $70 jail operations
Just Say No... Saturday night May 5. High School in the spring of 1965 to quarterback and a defensive end, clenny, Brown was the starting assessment and finally/ (the
,The reknowned football player play football at Bradford High. the holes that needed filling for a second defense and offensive end. Brown county agreed, there Is no auf lun ity
Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox has the only Bradford High graduate to There had been one black athlete straight state championship. had th quickest feet of anybody he's for a jail assessment in stat.Ili. ('
.' .
d. :I. >
proclaimed May 7-11 as "Just Say reach pro football, was praised for ahead of Brown, by the name of Wayne McLeod. the current assis- ever seen, said Coach Hurse. The county then planned ,fee
No to Drugs" week. Special $35 emergency medical! sen ,
his accomplishments by friends and Steve Baker who played basketball. tant superintendent in the Bradford In the Macclenny game the -
are planned for each school day. and Baker could the air for and the oppos- for which there is authority .n state
former high school coaches, fly through a school system,came out was ing fans were ragging Bradford
Families Against Drugs are askingall family tales were told by his sister layup and the first time he did that In quarterback and he could throw the about having a "Non the team, law both city and county attorneys
residents to participate by wear- Carolyn Brown Spooner."It the BHS gym In 1965 the crowd went football 50 yards with accuracy. sister Carolyn Spooner recalled. On agreed, but time wore on, and that
be collected for
ing red clothing, Friday, May 11. assesment could not
gives me goose pipples just to wild. Larry Brown looked skinny the first play from scrimmage Tor- entire fiscal since .is nnl'
the u u
stand close to him"said good friend Brown came out for spring practice recalls Coach Hurse when Brown nado tackle Jim Godwin broke the year fiscal IICRJI r,
Lunch Bunch... Harry Hatcher, who worked with about this time of year in 1965. came down to the field house that through the Baker line and grabbedthe in place commissioners when then year '
Larry at DuPont the summer after The first day the bear got him; spring day.But in shorts on the play quarterback around the waist. County assessment 1 gav l tar,p
The Lunch Bunch will meet at their 'freshman years in college. Brown wasn't used to running foot ing field Brown's physical prowesswas Larry Brown, Coach Hurse said, on collecting which any ends .,1 i u
First Prebysterlan Fellowship Hall, Brown went on to earn four Super ball drills in the hot sun, Coach more apparent. He was Hand fiscal 89-90, Sept
Friday, May 11, at 12 noon. Bring a Bowl rings and was called the best David Hurse recalled. tipped the scales at ,90 pounds. "I (See Brown..P.2A) But commissioners served volt,
covered dish and enjoy the May 7 they want the $35 fellowship. A program will be assessment on emergency rr?. 'du."
presented by a chorus group from service on the Sept. 4 ballot
the middle school under.the direction \ "Reginald, I don't want timr i I.,
of Dirk Schmidt. run out on this $35: ," said ( nm"u 1'.
.
Qm
JHt&mF
Take Five... >Y'> ( ))li&IL sion County Chairman Attorney Maxie Reggie Carter Flynn.1 ir Tin,in'

attorney said he won't allow Urn.,
The BHS Drama Club will '
pre-
sent "Take Five and Prison Now Back Flynn was instructed to examine IMC
Saturday May 11-12, Friday, in the BHS From Prominent Attorney, to AgainFriday's ordinance passed' Feb. !5nr( an-
that need to he made.
changes
Auditorium at 7 p.m. Admission, "It's been a helluva mid-life activity. From then on, it was a experience. I know I am a better The commission still mUM hu\"-
$3.50. lawyer's worst nightmare."I already and believe I will bea o.ieh
show will the crisis, says disbarred attorney person the assessment approved by
A variety .preceed Dudley Hardy. have never denied my involve- better lawyer in the future."I municipal government; ... kl'
comedy "Take Five. Good entertainment --
is a promise.Downtown The U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Ap- ment in the use of cocaine. I have want to thank everyone who Lawtey, Brooker, and Hampton
peals reaffirmed May 1, 1990 its both privately and publlcally and stood beside me and continued to Without that approval, the cummr,
reversal of Hardy's conviction of through my attorney, during trial, believe in me throughout this. The sion has authority only to .t
Jubilee... conspiring to distribute drugs. It admitted I used cocaine. That use of support was always there. I could unincorporated areas of the rum-.

Anyone wishing to display craftsor means Hardy,who served 17 months cocaine of was wrong of cocaine illegal and feel it. The reception home has been Starke officials indicated
me. My use stop-
art in the Starke Downtown and sentence 4 days will of remain-a seven a free year man prison and stupid ped in 1988, long before I became great and I truly appreciate! it." previously they will approve(he $35

Jubilee, Saturday May 12, contactthe is In line to have his license to aware of the Grand Jury investigation. Circuit EMS assessment However. ''hl"I"
prac- U.S. 11th
The
Chamber of Commerce for an insufficient L some question if Brooker H.J nipi1| < .
tice law reinstated soon. stated that evidence
application Ph. 964-5278. Ya'U "The prosecution of me in the was and Lawtc-j will approve.
to convict Hardy of conspiracy to commissioners still i
ian
come. Hardy, a local native says he will manner that happened was wrong County
distribute cocaine. Essentially, the make their minds what In do it
remain in Starke and practice law up
and most rules of fair play were
Flower appellate court said It takes two persons one town doesn't approve. County
UCI Show. APA. forgotten. I feel I became a pawn In
to plan a conspiracy to sell commissioners haven't agreed ti>
three to (
The case goes back years that when it could not
prove
The 28th annual UCI Flower a system drugs for and there was no if doesn't
1987 when Hardy was called money cut off service a town ap-
be held Thursday- May. I was involved in public corrup-
Show will sold received
evidence! Hardy drugs or the assessment.
In June
before a federal grand jury. tion had knowledge of public cor- prove
10-12 at the Union or
Saturday, May money for selling drugs. "I've taken the position from
federal found Hardy
jury decided make
Correctional institution Training 1983. a rupiton, then to an ex-
guilty of conspiracy to distribute and ample of me to assist the so-called the square one that we could deny service
from the decision of "
Building.This Exerpts needed to said
if attorney
distribute we
with Intent to
year's show will feature possession 'war on drugs.: In other words If you appellate court follow: from
Court in Flynn, answering a question
concaine. The Appeals cocaine can get seven years
and there will be ,use you
flowering plants, Riddick.
Atlanta reversed the Middle Districtof Evidence that Hardy regularly Commissdioner
somehow
visitors to in prison. It was forgottenI
lots of plants for see. Florida U.S. Court. Hardy was was a human being with a family hosted parties attended by drug "What are you saying? When we

Everyone welcome. freed April 3 from a federal prison. who could very easily have been users and suppliers frequently consumed Dudley Hardy get down to the nitty gritty we'llhave "

Women's Club... U.S. prosecutors in the Middle destroyed by the legal process."I cocaine: and helped another Rcturni la Ills Horn Town to do a little asked arm twisting,
Chairman Carter Flynn.
District Court petitioned the 11th am angry and bitter about the Individual purchase oneeighthounce
A joint meeting between the newly Circuit Appeals Court to reconsiderit's manner I was prosecuted and for their Joint personal use, tlcipants in these festivities, the appellate "Is somebody gonna" say we deny
elected executive board and reversal, but the petition for sentenced. Anyone would be. Prisonis and gave a smalt amount of cocaineto : court states. service to Hampton. Riddick. "I'm
members of the former board is rehearing was denied May 1. a terrible experience for anyone a house guest on one occasion is Between 1985 and 1986 federal and not," he added, but stated the commission -
scheduled Wednesday May 16, at Hardy, 48, and who lives on Santa and the emotional Impact Is much Insufficient to sustain convictions of state officials began an Investigationof needs to make a decision
12 noon. In the Clubhouse. Fe Lake, brought the following more severe when you know you conspiracy to distribute, or to drug activity in Bradford County. and stick to it. Riddick said he won'tdeny
statement to the Telegraph Monday, shouldn't be there. possess with Intent to distribute co- They enlisted the help of Johnny a rescue unit to anybody who
Upcoming... Blaine Thompson a friends of Har needs one. .
caine.
May 7: "My goal now Is to get the anger
Public meetings scheduled in the "I hope this concludes this ordeal. and bitterness under control and From 1982 through 1986 Hardywas dy's who had attended the parties at CPA Farnsworth said some ra-
coming weeks are: It began three years ago In May make a productive use of that a regular user of concaine. and Hardy's home. Thompson, equippedwith tional basis will have to be figured to
The Downtown Jubilee Is scheduled 1987 when I was subpoenaed before energy. The length of time I was in- often hosted parties at his home a recording device, obtained charge for service to a town thatdoesn't
for Saturday May 13. beginning the Federal Grand Jury and advisedI carcerated.In one respect helped in where his guests would consume co evidence against 30 people, In- approve the.assessment.See .

at 11 a.m., and running.Into the was a target of an Investigation Into that I was able to come to grip with caine. Known drug suppliers and ( Budget..r.2A:
public corruption and illegal drug most things.I have to grow from this county officials were regular par- (See Hardy..p.3A)
'starke City Council meets Tuesday

May 15, at 7:30: p.m.. In City

Hall Bradford. County" Commissioners Malfunction Not the First Prison Execution ;ProblemAlthough .

mid-month meeting slated for

Wednesday May 16, in the Cow last Friday's malfunction at the blew out during the process but the Jolt was electrode on the third man's head while the conducting electricity to the head of the con

thouae. execution of Jese Tafero at Florida State still sufficient to pronounce the man dead." switch was pulled manually. demned man.
"The fact that Tafero's heart was seen to
The Bradford County Zoning Prison admittedly due to human It
Board meets Tuesday May 29, at 7p.m. Is not the was first instance of malfunction error by:the But the blowout presented a problem on the McLendon said Kite used to make trip* to beat after the first jolt of electricity last Fri
Hall. third electrocution. McLendon was busy with day did not mean that he felt successive
., In Starke City electric chair. Tarpon Springs to get choice natural sponges
Bradford County School time witnesses and reporters but be remembers for conductors of electricity throughthe jolts- he would have been unconscious after
The R.P. (Mac) McLendon, a long use as
May 29, at 7 seeing the chief electrician Robert (Bob) condemned the first jolt," McLendon said.
Board meets Tuesday. ; employee of the prison system now retired cap to the head of the man.
In the Administrative recalls a timeOct.. 9, 1944when an electrical Kite go over and whisper to SuperintendentL.F. The sponges have to be soaked In a saline He also remembers several other mishapsat
Building on N. Temple Ave. transformer blew out during the execu- Chapman then start donning a pair of solution and thoroughly dried before used In electrocutions during his long tenure at the
Starke Zoning Board meets tion of three death row inmates on the same leather gloves over his rubber gloves. electrocutions. The "human error" made in prison, one especially when the condemnedman
Thursday, May 31,at 7 p.m., in Kite an experfelectriclan who later had his the Tafero execution is that a synthetic still struggling while In the electric
Starke City Hall. day."The first one went lust fine McLendonsaid. own business In Starke. then approached the sponge was used in the cap rather than a chair, tore up the heavy leather straps and
"But on the second one, the transformer electric chair and held the "cap'' holding the natural sponge and caught fire rather than had to be tied down with ropes.

." ?'



1 Rragt







.
.t.\ 'riot.i.iciMi: : ltl.IV 10. I'I'HI. ,
I -.oL

1 e --v tF% iifrt .

Hardy .



L 11\llL\ f I eluding(from Hardy page IA who) were later in- ing and drug distribution has the Hardy possessed narcotics. and

dicted on drug charges.At dangerous effect of drawing others regularly consumed them. As noted
Hardy's trial the prosecutioncalled into the web of irug abuse. In con- previously, there was evidence that,
15 of his friends and acquaintances trast! the Act emphasizes rehabilitation on one occasion Hardy and James
i as witnesses. Most of these for the personal drug user Kelley jointly obtained and used an
witnesses had been indicted and In reviewing narcotics convictions eighth of an ounce ofconcaine. That
were testifying in return for the Court must be careful to Hardy possessed and shared a small
favorable prosecutorial treatment. maintain the distinction, created by amount of cocaine Is an insufficientbasis
Although the majority of the Congress In the statute between for the inference that Hardy In-
witnesses stated that they had con- distribution and personal use, the tended to distribute or entered" into
sumed cocaine In Hardy's home and court stated. an agreement to do so, the ap-
knew he was a drug user, none iden- Hardy appealed his conviction of pellate court stated in reversing the
tified Hardy as a drug dealer. At conspiring( to distribute cocaine, U.S. District Court. .
trial, there was no evidence that claiming the trial evidence was in- The bulk of evidence showed Hardy -
Hardy possessed more than an sufficient to sustain a conspiracy used drugs and associated with
eighth of an ounce of cocaine at one conviction.The other drug consumers and drug sup--
time or that he had ever earned appellate court agreed. To pliers. Mere association Is Insuffi-
money through the sale of narcotics.The establish a violation under 21 U.S.C., cient to demonstrate Hardy was a
appellate court stated: "Our section 846, the government must party to an agreement to distribute
nation is becoming Increasinglyaware prove that two or more persons cocaine, the Court said."Hardy's .
of the scourge of drug abuseIn agreed to violate the narcotics laws conduct, especially
r, our society and the irreparable and that the defendent was a know- given his status as a community
r -
wv. t damage which results fom such ing participant in the agreement. leader and former county attorney,
..._ ,, "
-
r 'T. % -r- Is reprehensible the Court stated.
abuse. The 'war on drugs' com- United States V. Pintado 715 F.2d ,
Solid Waste Association Delegation Visits Washington, D.C. mands growing attention and 1501, 1503, (11th Cir.1983), the ap- "However, our responsibility is to
A delegation from the New River Solid Waste Association visited our congressional representative In Washington lat resources at all levels of govern- pellate court noted. ensure that the government has
ment. As of its efforts to stem Hardy was charged with con shouldered its burden and adequately -
week seeking funding assistance for an experimental anaerobic comporting plant In cooperation with the of part
University the tide of drug abuse, the federal spiracy to distribute, or to possess proved its case. Here, the govern
Florida Institute of Food and Science.
Agricultural ment has offered no direct evidenceof
government has been vigorously with Intent to distribute, cocaine.
From L to R. Dr. Wayne Smith, WAS; Commissioner Joe Rlddlck;Representative Bill Crant;Curio Warren prosecuting those who violate the The testimony demonstated: 1) Hardy's participation in a
Reynlold.Smith and IOU; Commissioner!Maxle Carter Jr;Commissioner George Knabb;and In front June Croft Solid drug laws. Such vigorous prosecu-- that Hardy regularly hosted parties distribution conspiracy. To infer an
Waite Coordinator. tion is an admirable example of the attended by drug users; and sup- agreement from the circumstantial
government's ability to respond to pliers; 2) that frequently consum-- evidence presented at trial would re-
Gets No the needs of its citizens. However, ed concaine; 3) that he helped quire conjecture and Innuendo, not a
Washington Trip Help GuaranteesBy even when passions of the public are James Kelley purchase an eighth of basis upon which this Court can rely
running high, those accused of an ounce of concaine for their joint to sustain a conspiracy conviction.
Joe Cls yBCT why the New River Association was posted material. Rocks, concrete, crimes retain their rights, and the personal use, and 4) that he gave a United States v. Pa/ados./ 556 F.2d
Staff Writ. organized, and what its purpose is. construction debris would continueto courts must be vigilant to protect small amount of cocaine to a house 1359,1365 (5th Cir.1977) The govern
A delegation from The New River Dr. Smith presented the concept of be put into a landfill. those rights by carefully enforcing guest on one occasion. ment must do more than prove thatHardy's
Solid Waste Association (NRSWA) anaerobic bioconversion, and the congressional mandates and by "The government asks us to Infer participation in a distribu-
visited Washington, D.C. this past role of education and research in The Presentations... holding the government to its burdenof from these facts that Hardy entered tion conspiracy Is possible or even
week, in an effort to interest federal establishing successful means of The afternoon was spent making proof." into a prior agreement with other plausible. It must prove his guilt
legislators in the regional concept of handling municipal solid wastes. presentations to the Florida In passing the ComprehensiveDrug unnamed persons to distribute cocaine beyond a reasonable doubt. In this
solid waste disposal, and to explorethe representatives. Aides of Senator Abuse Prevention and Control and to affirm his conspiracyon case the government has not car-
possibility that some federal The Proposal... Connie Mack at 1 p.m. and an assis- Act of 1970, 21 U.S.C.. sections that basis. Affirming Hardy's ried its burden.
funds may be available for research A three phase process for fundingwas tant to Senator Bob Graham at 2 801-966 (1982), of which section 846 is conspiracy on the evidence
into an anaerobic concept of com the proposal presented.The p.m., with the result that there is not a component Congress differen- presented at trial would require the "Because the evidence Is Insuffi-
posting wastes and collecting first phase, a research and much hope for an appropriation this tiated between drug distribution and Court to engage in speculation and cient to sustain Hardy's convictionof
methane gas for commercial or development process taking one year. The Senate is engaged in personal drug use. Congress man- would effectively ignore the conspiracy to distribute, or to
domestic use.NRAWA year, would need about $200,000. pushing a clean air bill through congress dated severe penalties for drug statutory distinction between possess with intent to distribute, cocaine
Board Chairman George This would put NRSWA well aheadof this year, they were told. distribution, reflecting legislative distribution and simple possession."The we REVERSE," the 11th Circuit
Knabb, Commissioners Joe Riddick other entities in the solid waste "Next year is the year of solid sentiment that commercial traffick- evidence demonstates that Appeals Court stated.
and Maxie Carter, Jr. of Bradford field competing for funds next year, waste across the United States," the
County and Coordinator James Croftof said Croft. delegation was told. However
Baker County were accompaniedby Next year will be the year for solid representatives eyes will be kept
Dr. Wayne Smith, Director waste legislation in the U.S. Con open and if legislation moves Budgetfrom
Biomass Center, Institute of Foodand gress, they were told.A through congress that an appropriation -
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) of second phase, that of constructing can be tied to,an attempt will be ( page IA)
the University of Florida, in their the plant, would require$5 to $6 made.In .
rounds of congressional contacts million and take another year to the House of Representatives, Farnsworth urged commissionersto commission could raise about $1 cents per gallon could be added to
while in Washington.IFAS complete.A Rep. Bill Grant seemed more op- finalize the changes to the Feb. 5 million to balance the 90-91( budget. the gasoline tax. But that would
has had wide ordinance authorizing the $35 But commissioners don't have to be used for
experiencewith third phase, that of developing timistic and was very well versed on hope they transportationand
anaerobic bioconversion markets for the methane and the the New River project, according to assessment before approaching have to raise property taxes to the would not help the county opera-
techniques of waste utilization, con- compost, and other inorganic James Croft. Starke commissioners. Chairman limit, paid by about half of county tions budget.A .
verting organic wastes to methane recyclables, and operation of the Grant is chairman of a task forceon Carter called for "full speed ahead"on residents.The .
gas, carbon dioxide and compost, complex, would be an ongoing enter hazardous waste, and may bring any amendments, which must be
and has. < ,JI,," experimentation prise. his group to Florida since Florida advertised for 30 days before final board can work on cutting ex-
oper in? 'or. ,t PompanoBeat. About a 60 to 70 percent reductionin has gone so far with solid waste approval, just like passing an or penses, CPA Farnsworth pointedout
.,an Norld. the waste stream would be achieved legislation, he said.A dinance. making certain each of- committee is studying levying a
county
one-cent sales tax. A
county sales
"We ha ,dule. said
by the anaerobic
composting solid waste gasification and fice is
run as efficiently as possible.
Croft. They by, ". .; IOrenoo with plant. Additional recyclable composting project may fit in with tax,under present law, must be usedto
Dr. Smith and Lill Rossi, of IFAS, materials such as glass and all other programs he said. build something. There is talk in
and Carlos Warren of the engineer- metals would .further reduce the "We found out thing said Main source pf county operating Fees,.spch as zoning,& building Tallahassee! ; ) amepdingjhejaw so
one 'revenue 'is" the'propertyx or ad permits, could be increased., .. some of the sales tax revenue couldbe
'ing firm of Reynolds, Smith and Hill, amount of wastes confined to a land- Croft, "If any help is forthcoming, it
valO1'emtaX'By.going: 1 1ft.mills, Two additional cents gallon used for operating but
Jacksonville, planning startegy and fill. All inorganic materials would will be at and per expenses,
the presentation to be made, telling have to be separated from the conn- not ours., 1Nashmgtorl's.pace: "', tha,limit allowed byFlorida; Jaw, the up to six centi from the present four that is not the law now.



Brown


(from page IA)

.: took the football from the hands of wing, the same offense BHS uses day night. He circulated around the "No way could I have accomplished "a different world, really." Brown also
the quarterback and ran 80 yards fora now. But Plantation couldn't run big fairgrounds room, greeting and anything without the support of The two most important things in Jimmie was Scott presented for plaques
touchdown. around the Tornado ends, Larry shaking hands with old friends, suchas my family and community said life Brown said,are: 1)Tosetgoalsand by NAACP and Bradford
Delighted Bradford fans asked Brown and Joey Reese,Coach Hurse Irvin Andrews who gave Brown Brown. 2) Plan how to get there. Goodluck nard McFadden Chapter for! by Dr. Ber-
"Don't you wish you had a 'Non recalled. his first job in Andrews Drug Store. "Mother and Daddy Brown told the crowd. is being SFCC.
your team," Ms. Spooner recalled. Two UF coaches, Don Brown and "A lot of nice things have been sacrificed..and cared. Carolyn said prepared when the opportunity
Before anybody knew it, even the Larry! Travis, scouted Brown but UF said by people I've got a lot of they were strict, and they: were," presents itself. .
rednecks were standing up cheering didn t sign him. But Pepper Rogers respect for. But, no way, do I Larry said, saying Carolyn stories
Coach Hurse recalled.In went to Kansas State that year and deserve..." Brown repeatedly said. were true, such as his father, Willie The Purpose...
1966 Bradford had to beat Lake took Travis along as an assistant. "If anything, you should be the Brown, getting off work at midnight Besides
City to get in the play-offs. BHS won Travis told Rogers about Larry ones," Brown told the crowd which and feeling car hoods to see if his honoring Larry Brown
23-20 with 1:25: to go. Coach Hurse Brown. Coach Rogers flew back gave him two standing ovations. children had met his 11 p.m. curfew. "Can I say this? I hate banquets! the purpose of the 3rd annual Guy
recalled. "It was one of the greatest here and signed Brown, Coach Brown now lives in Philadephia Mr. and Mrs. Brown gave their Brown said, and drew a laugh. But Andrews Minority Banquet is to
football games we've ever played." Hurse recalls. Brown played guard where the operates two Burger King children high expectations. His Larry Brown was patient and thank- Fe raise funds for scholarships to Santa
Auburndale, the first play-off op- and tackle for Kansas and was team franchises and is opening an Ap- family was close knit, and there was ed everybody. Community College.
: ponent, had a 345 pound lineman captain his senior year. plebee's restaurant. Brown's son, no shortage of encouragement
:: they ran behind. Coach Hurse handled Brown was drafted by the Pitt- Ron, now plays football for the Larry says.
; it by lining up "this big stud" sburgh Steelers and went on to a Southern Mississipi Gold Eagles, David Hurse understood he was
where ever the big Auburndale 14-year pro football career, back was not present. green, Brown recalled. He said foot- Brown was presented several pla- Stephanie Sams, a scholarship
lineman lined up. Bradford won 21-6. when the Steelers won four straight Brown is the third of seven ball was hard work and the hits ques. City Commissioner Vernon student, introduced Wanda Brown,
r.. That night BHS ran the old fullback Super Bowls. Brown caught the win- children of Mr. and Mrs. Willie hurt. "Most of the time if you work Barber a former BHS and UF foot- Tangela Pittman and Viva Riley as
dive off tackle 40 times, Hurse ning pass In one Super Bowl game. Brown of US-301S In Starke. Jimmy hard and can play with the other ball player, presented Brown with a scholarship students.
recalled.In Brown, now 39, and slim looking and Shirley are older; Bernard players, then you're accepted" key to the city. Barber said his in- The 270 tickets to the banquet, at
the championship game with 265 pounds on his 6-4 frame,was Adrain, Carolyn, and Linda are Brown said. He never felt unwanted, spiration to play football came from $12 each, fund the scholarships.
Planatation High ran the double the epitome of a gentleman Satur- younger. Brown said, even though BHS was Brown.




I New Program Aimed at Helping Students Who Fall Behind I


... -
By Joe CissyBCT counseling," said Vo-Tech Director tend an institution to teach him to developed a video showing the false phone numbers, or no phone to do at an early age, then trainingcan
: Staff Writer James Ward. "Peer counseling is an train instructors in the field of com benefits of vocational training.. Star- numbers are available. be concentrated in that direc-
: The school board, meeting at the important part of the program." mercial vehicle driving. ting salaries for vocational skills Youth clubs such as the FFA tion.Some
: Vocational-Technical school Monday If a student needs help and en- Enrollment at the Vo-Tech is the compare favorably with those of college (Future Farmers of America) and students are attending just
: May 7, agreed to try a new program couragement, other students are expected highest ever About 2,000 studentsare graduates. FBLA (Future. Business Leaders enough classes to qualify to keep
: for the next year, aimed at to come to his aid,Ward said, currently enrolled in courses at Displays at shopping malls, a fair Association) are doing a good job from losing their drivers licenses.
: helping students who have fallen In addition to teacher-counselors. the center compared to about 1,500 booth and publishing a brochure are this year at the Vo-Tech school. The The law is too lax in the matter of at-
:: behind in regular classwork to obtain Learning by computer also last year. There are 1,400 in voca- other methods used "to get the criminal justice classes also are to tendance according to Jim Lewis,
: a high school diploma. heightens interest of the students tional classes and abour 600 high message out." participate in a youth organizationsoon vocational coordinator Just 50 per-
:.. Called "Preference Based and adds to the effectiveness of the school students in community ."58 percent of high school seniors according to Ward. cent attendance Is sufficient to
: Diploma Program," students who program. A student may not education classes. have a 'D or 'F' average," said maintain a drivers license,and pass-
:: are unlikely to be able to meet graduate before his class, but must .Sixty people are signed up for the Superintendent Jim Duncan, which Vocational training should beginin ing grades arstudent requirement.
r graduating requirements may remain in the program until his nor- GED test this spring, the most ever makes them candidates for the vocational the Middle School, the video Only if drops out of
: qualify for a vocational diploma by mal graduation time. to apply for their high school programs. recommends. Students should be school or is suspended, will his
becoming certified in one vocational diplomas as adults..According helped to figure out what they want license be revoked.
field and passing the GED test. Poor attendence Is the major problem
i ,and they have a very,very low
to a Gallup poll, most motivational level. There is no way
Classes in English, math, science Year in Review... people want a four year college to help those students if they are. not
.:: and social studies will be pursued In ."We have a great group of education. There is an image problem in class, he said. cc
:= the computer lab, at the student'sown teachers, staff and paraprofessionals with vocational education as Most of them have problems at
= pace, but must be learned in ," Ward said. For exapmle, an alternative to college that must home, or there Is no one at home to
= order to receive the diploma. Tommy Miller Is one of two teachersin be overcome, said Ward. check on them, and no one to call .
"The reason it works is the the state of Florida selected to at- Efforts in this direction have just when they are absent.They also.give

II \ Carlo's Sandwich Shop to Appeal Commission's Denial of Special Exceptionby MANLYBOLIN'

-
Buster Rahn Board of County Commissioners,. facilities that result in men relieving large correctional Institutions, New
C ICT Staff Writer prior to filing for court action. themselves at the "Pee tree," in River Correctional, Union Correc-
s: Carla Hawthorne owner of Decisions by the Starke Board of View of nearby homes. tional and Florida State Prison are
!' Carla's Sandwich Shop on SR-1SWd Adjustment must be appealed to the Hawthorne said she has operated 2-3 miles NW of the small
:: near the intersection of court, bypassing the city council. the sandwich shop for "three years restaurant on SR-16.
S and CR-225, served notice on the When the request for a special exception and three months without any pro Board of Adjustment Member
::: Board of County Commissionersthat came before the Board of blems, saying, "I do not allow problems Pete Schloeser observed the large
= she will exercise her right to appeal Adjustment, a large group of people to exist." number of people protesting the peti- County Commission District 2
:: the March 27 decision by the living in the immediate area came to tion Indicated the special exception ,
Bradford County Board of Adjustment protest the petition.Some, but not all Neighbors attending the Board of la incompatible, and moved to deny
n denying a special exception of those protesting are members of Adjustment hearing, did not agree the request. A New Time :
:: that would allow her to serve liquor two local Baptist churches, Northside with Hawthorne's assessment of the The board's decision to deny the A
:: with meals. ? Baptist about 250-300 yards situation, saying that serving hard request was unanimous 50. New Face :
C The appeal is scheduled to be NW of Carla's, and Hellbron Springs liquor in a largely residential This Is the county commissioner's A New
= heard Wednesday June 20, at 7:30 Baptist, about a mile SW of Carla I neighborhood is Incompatible, and first appeal to a Board of Adjust- Beginning >
:: p.m. during the regular mid-month Shop. creates problems for family ment decision and procedures may
commissioner's meeting in the Protesters denied having any ob- oriented area residents. be improvts:\/: the hearing pro-
= Courthouse. jections to Carla's Sandwich Shop as Hawthorne said the sandwich shop ceeds. In nt commissioners
Under county ordinances deci- originally operated, but complained caters to Department of Corrections uphold the decision by the Board of "Pd.PoLAde" Dem.'t.
sions by the county Board of ".ujust- nhoiil the lack of rest rooms, or the employees with hours to ac- Adjustment, Hawthorne can appealto
menl must first be appealed to the uuuide location of the rest room comodate the three shifts. Three the courts.





-- ---- -- -
-
-
-



. "" .... --- .
r .w wrrww'-- -.------ ...._- T --. .....w._Ym .
_r ... ..r .. v v ., v ... w '" w r v .' 's < r a a .. .-- .- sI
.' y
y>>





May In, IHH! TK1: .E:(;Ilrfti'il 1'11):1') .I,\
.

Brooder Finally Gets Deed .
[ ; ', : :''i" '
; :
., :i..U'"''I" ,',,,(. I J', ,' .
.. .q. .'I ",'. ;., ,"i'l'.,.' ,':"
; _
For Farmer's Market Property f' J ''I'' I
,
."" :- ,, I
-== -
-
by Butter Rahn facility while waiting for the the property to complain about poor cable TV service
ICY Staff WrU.r lo be,transferred to the city. provided by Bronson Cable TV.
Brooker Chairman George Pierce Edwards said some channels
told the council Tuesday, May 8. that Charter Changes... listed in the franchise are not being .
the city has finally received the Attorney Hobbs told the council received by his television, and "
deed, transferring the Farmer's several weeks ago that the current unresolved problems exist in his biDIng. ,
Market property. from the state to charter describes the city boundaries .
the city. incorrectly and should be Individual council members said ,
The transaction has been under corrected. there have been many subscriber '
way for a year or more,with City At- Since the change does not affect complaints about the cable TV ser-
torney Johnny HobbS reporting on anyone's rights, Hobbs recommended vice and decried their lack of a
Its progress each month, as the proposal the change be made by a special authority to control the franchisee,
moved through various act of the legislature, rather than who holds a non-exclusive right to f rA
governmental bodies beginning through referendum. operate In Brooker.'
with the Department 01 Agriculture Hobbs said It is too late to get a The council will Invite Bronson
and finalized by the Florida Cabinet. special act on the 1990 legislative Cable TV owner Tom Hewlett to
The deed carries two stipulations, agenda, and changes to the charter meet with it, in an attempt to Ironout
Hobbs said. will now have before the problems., .
The state retains 50 percent of the voters. However Hobs said, thereIs
mineral rights In the ground, and no advantage in combining a city
The property will revert to the special election with the general Town Marshal... ra
state if it no longer serves governmental election In the fall,since the city will Brooker operates with part-time .., leg
purpo ea. have the same expenses as it the city marshal, Tommy Raulerson. 1
For the past several months the elections were separate. Raulerson said he made one arrest
old market buildings have been Since the city will hold elections last month and assisted sheriff's
utilized by the Department of Cor- for mayor and council members In deputies with.two others outside the
rections (DOC) for storage of February, the council decided to
building materials. The buildingswill delay making changes to the charier city.The police car, a ten year old 1 eCoy.
be released by DOC by the first until that time.' Chevrolet, has 40,000 miles on the
of the year, upon completion of a odometer, runs good and is
new prison facility. near Lake mechanically sound, Raulerson Martinez Visits Camp Standing...
Butler. Cable Complaints... said. Although it needs minor body Co,Bob Muttter., spool matt of Monday morning at Camp BUndlng to tour the pot and the Camp Standing I
The Brooker Council has not an- Former Councilman Carl Edwards work there was. no suggestion a MBMUB and Manorial.See Section for itorlw.
nounced any specific plans for the attended the council meeting replacement: Is needed at this time.



Lawtey Gets $425,000 Housing Grant to Renovate 17 Homes I

-
.
by Buster Rahn sued about keeping- the sedan, a Shuford's hours from :32 to 40 hours Police Department will retain and sees no problem. Theater quite good.
aCT Staff Writer former police car, for use by Fire per week.' ownership and the equipment can- Mayor Scott said the purchaser Department lost$47,118
Fred Fox, representing Fred Fox Chief Bill Crouse City Clerk Earl City Attorney said the council not be sold.Reimbursement.. will be "home free" if he can clear during the year, but the city
Enterprises, Inc.of Palatka.told the Barber and Barry Watts.the meter needs to re-advertise the position if the request with the health depart- transferred enough funds into the
Lawtey council that its bid for a reader. Shuford is going to fill a full time ... ment. account to cover the shortage.The .
Councilmen Marvin Rosier and budget position,since he Is currently city has$297,000 cash and certificates
$425,000 housing grant to renovate 17 In late 1987, prior to Rosier's elec-
homes has been approved and the Delbert Jordan said the city will filling a temporary position created tion to the council, the Lawtey coun- Audit .. of deposit on hand In its
Report. general fund and (Water
contract will be In hand next week save money by providing transportation by the council some 2-3 months ago. cil met and voted pay increases to its enterprise
for signatures. rather than paying $150 per Hobbs said the council can Increase members. Subsequently, Assistant Copies of the city audit for the Department) fund.
Fred Fox Enterprise prepared the month gas allowance to the three. Shuford hours as a temporary State Attorney David Giant advisedthe period ending Sept. 30, 1989 were Liabilities total $287,000 but about
Community Development Block Councilman Emmett Bright said employee but the Job will terminate council that it was in violation of dropped off at City Hall by a $266,000 are in long-term obligations,
Grant (CDBG) for the city; and will he favors saving money, but repairs Sept. 30, In keeping with a stipulation the Florida Sunshine Law, and the representative of the auditing firm, including $209,000 in Water Depart
administer the grant; under present to the sedan may cost more than a In the original motion under two months salary received by the Davis Monk Farnsworth and Co., ment bonds and $58,000 owed on the
plans. Lawtey has completed two potential savings In gas allowances. which he was employed. members would have to be reimbursed prior to the council meeting.A fire truck.
similar grants in the past 3-4 years Bright cited the need for front-end Rosier amended his motion to to the city. cursory review of the report In- The city has a net worth, called
totaling over $1 million with Fox as repairs as the reason for retiring the. allow Shuford to work 40 hours, but After being advised by Giant to dicates no serious problems were "fund balance" by auditors, of
administrator,and found his work to vehicle from police work. to begin the hiring process for a full reimburse the city for the amount of found by the auditors, and over all, $673,000.
be satisfactory. Councilman Jordan said the front- time officer filling a budgeted position. -. the raise, three council members -. .
Fox told the council that a bill In end isn't safe for high speed driving complied; two members, no longeron
the House of Representatives will .required of police cars,but is OK for Several council members expressed the council,did not reimburse the
preclude the same entity preparing use by city personnel in going to and an Interest In seeing that Shuford overage.
applications and administeringgrants from Stance and reading meters. gets the full time position, even Tuesday night,Councilmen Rosier
If passed, and urged the The council voted 3-2 to retain the though the position will be advertis moved to return the reimbursements
council to oppose the bill by contac- sedan and sell the old van Gas ed.Attorney to the three as the fair :
ting its delegation in the state allowances will be retained through Hobbs circulated copiesof thing to do, since it appears the city
legislature.Fox May, during which time the sedan a proposed personnel ordinance can no longer expect reimbursementfrom \ PINEHURSTVARIETY
also said the bill provides for will be put back on the Insurance establishing a routine for hiring and the two deposed members. OPf'/J
the Department of Community Af- policy prior to being returned to service firing Police Department personnel. Bright seconded the motion, and it 964-55,1
fairs to take off points for grants by the city. The council will review the pro- carried. 9pm
received since 1984 in determining Mayor Robert Scott and Coun- posal and discuss Its Implementa-
.." .the distribution .. .cilwoman. Laura Harris opposed Uot\ In a subsequent meeting. .
,u.,. i of-grantfundsr I,.. .IMU f ,... keeping the car. Officer Ray Shuford reported the Come in and let Janet show you how to use paints
Js.d. ,tl.utngx9 $|nif<--''']() 10! b>vii 9d nt trlluy| -i"q Mim*. lartililihi: ova T ...1!U4 city now owns three computers turnJ -, Griffis Request... ''., ,and fabric-from our craft and fabric department to
wnn nrlf inn 9< tcrlt 'If"> trtt,,"'In .. i t_ 4IU> ,a !J ed over to'the city by the State At- BuddyGdffiswhoee: propertysits: .. create own T-Shirt. We have selection
Bids Cancelled... Police Woes... torney's office.. astride the city limit line, told the your large
The council received several bids In the absence of Chief of Police The computers were confiscated council he has a proposed purchaserfor of paints, stencils, fabric and T-Shirts to choose
for a sedan and van the city had M.M. Jordan, councilman Delbert from a stolen car, stopped for a traffic his garage, zoned for business, from.
decided to sell, but rejected aU bids Jordan said, "We agreed to take up violation by Officer Shuford. The contingent on the new owner being
without opening, since the bid notice the hours that (Officer) Shuford car was returned to Its owner, but able to park RV (recreational Janet is now available on Wednesday and Saturday
did not provide an option for the cityto works. After hiring Shuford to work the ownership of the computers vehicles) for short periods while from 10am-6pm. She will be able to demonstratethe
accept or reject all bids once 32 hours per week, the council hired could' not be determined. Investigator making repairs on them.
opened. (Officer) Carter to work full time(40 Wiley Clark advised the Attorney Hobbs said the city has new Home Micro Computer Sewing Machineand
After the council turned down the hours per week)." city that the equipment may be used no prohibitions against the parking three New Home My Lock Sergers.
unopened bids, a long discussion en- Rosier moved to Increase by other city departments but the of RV units within the city limits

We do alterations.

Bring in or pick-up your: alterations between
Chamber of Commerce Recommends Tourist Taxraise 7am-8pmMon.-Sat./Sun. 9am-6pm.


The Bradford County Commission some $40,000 per year to promote clude cost of preparation and Lodge Manager Ron Disbrow;
agreed Monday, May 7, to create a tourism Chamber Director distribution of printed matter and Chamber President Med Connelly, Come in and get your change for the laundromatand
panel to consider a Chamber of Commerce Anita Rink told commissioners Mon- advertising media such as maps and Chamber Board Members Steve your last minute items: Bread, milk, and cold
recommendation to submit a day morning. She said the Chamberwill directories, billboards, signs, and Denmark and Steve Futch. drinks.
two-percent "tourist developmenttax' do the leg work to acquaint banners. It would also Include Mrs. Rink is following state law in .
to the voters on the First county voters with the proposal. design, construction, maintenanceand setting up the study panel with "'. 'E __ SPECIALS\!-' :r
Primary ballot in September. The County Commission panel Is promotion of tourist attractionsand representatives from the county, '.' :: <
The tax is added to bills paid by expected to issue Its report within 60 a tourist Information center Starke and Chamber, plus two yet :. ICEHwy. 79 : :l't '; X'
any person who rents or leases living days on whether or not the county which may include offices and group unnamed persons not connected x ,
quarters or accommodations In any commission should place the tax on meeting facilities. with any of the agencies.
rooming house, mobile home park, the First Primary ballot. Besides Carter those named to "We're really missing out on a 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary
or condominium for a term of six Commission Chairman Maxie serve on the Tourist Development good thing here said Commis-
months or less. The owner or Carter, Jr., who will chair the Council are Mayor Vernon Silcox, sioner Joe Riddick, pointing out the
landlord of the property is responsible tourism tax study panel,said he!supports City Commissioner Ed Wall, Econo- heavy traffic on US-301. 'Y'f7.>'
for adding the tax to' the amount a referendum on the mattersince .d
owed by the occupant. some motel owners support It.
Such a tax,also called a bed tax, is Funds raised by the tourism tax
already In effect In many Florida are restricted to use for funding, I;)
counties, including Duval Clay supervising, and promoting tourism ';.f "
Alachua, Marion, Columbia, and locally, statewide<<: nationally or In- 'f ;
others in this area. The tax. would ternationally. Activities allowed In-

: I I : I I I Jeep.
2nd Memorial Day Festival Set In Green CoveThe .

City of Green Cove'Springs festival will run from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. gle" r
and the Arts and Recreation Boardare on Sunday, May 27,and from 10a.m.to ,
pleased to announce that on May 7 p.m. on Monday, May 28, at the .
27 and 28 "The Second Memorial Spring. Park,along the St.. Johns
Day Festival" will be held. There
will be arts and crafts, food,military River A race will follow the festival DAYTONA ES NO MONEY DOWN 1990 JEEP CHEROKEE
displays and Bluegrass music. The sponsored by the Florida: Striders. New 1989 Dodge LIMITED 4X4
NO MONEY DOWN DODGE COLT

5 Sp., PB. PS AIR AM/FM Stereo
3rd
ANNUAL COOK-OUT I : MiI t

$1 mo $7,400 aSh

$ PAY ONLY NO MONEY DOWN $21 jDU* *nttl=t:plu ptlcsa"

237mo *

., 10,671 DODGE COLT GT 4 Door 4 Wheel Drive. Absolutely Loaded
PB ps;AC AT.AM/FM Stereo AT.PB, PS Air,AM/FM Cass.
1990 JEEP CHEROKEE
Jimmy Strickland Says..: LAREDO 4X4
$195 per $8 750* Cash

NEW 1990 It1o ,
-
.PLlJ'E'.TH: NEW 1990 JEEP WRANGLER


AS LOW AS
$11 299 4
0tA" *
Annual. 19,400
3rd Cook-Out. $ AlooadedyS

Everyone Welcome. Speed A/C. / 1PISWFMcassette ,500 JEEP CHEROKEE

., ': Saturday, May 12th, 1990 4X4 PICK UP W-150- SPORT A

;' 12:00 Noon until 3:00 P.M. Finest Selections!

Come and enjoy the best meat our

;' Union and Bradford FFA and 4-H T'j Pickups Around _

Young People can produce. Over ((20JCUmrnngs! 2 Door 2 WhHI)Drtw,

t PM Trap.i 4.-- pw Au1Ic.eCytlndtt! .9.
= $13,950r THtOrIIL.AiVFfA
See You There $11 ,499 POa SIId"' AM'fU,Deoar f I.AW, : :..

Harlis R. Ellington Construction.

SR-100 West, Lake Butler, Florida






-- -- -
-



t't





,


1'ag! t.\ 1'1'It.'cl1I'U: 1\111\ 10. l 9UPI '
,-" "- .. I

,.. ,
; '' ', ; I1r' i Starke Man Was Aboard the Lexington I
'tV
niD' I''' "CO' 'R') \ S": ..
L. \
I J ,,,,,,.,( ...!,.\ /,.... ,,',' ,,' l
._ ._ .._, .. ,_,_,,11, _._ _. '0'.. ;' '.' When It Sank Below the Coral Sea

'
(

Boosts \ .
Brown Day
.
"
Larry .' ,' ., .,,' "
,: :::,, ., ; :
;: 't',' r'j' : "
Minority Scholarship Program.. i : :


The 270 attending last life and then charting a course of action. :..,-.., )',. '4 :

people achieve that He stressed
Saturday's annual Minority Scholarship) to goal. the role :
of in the foundation
parents providing for '
Banquet was a warm tribute to) Larry
ethical behavior and moral values
Brown, Bradford County's first and only on
which is based. "The
contribution to the ranks of pro football.In ) ) success schoolscan't
do it unless the proper foundation is
a heartfelt talk, Larry responded in laid at home," Larry said. r,
kind, showing his respect and appreciation n ?A" t n Jl7 'R7/i' -Y er
( of the community) and the school that This is the third fund-raising banquet

made it possible for him to play pro foot- sponsored by the Guy Andrews Minority vy
ball and then go on to a successful careerin Scholarship program, and it brought
;
the business world. forth the largest audience yet to attend. 6t4 i 't4Wut, 5
Profits from the event will go to fund at
Larry's achievement was even more least two minority scholarships of fdQO
impressive because it began in a difficult each annually. '
period when the schools of Bradford '
One concern of the committee has been ;*
County in the
were being integrated
1960s. Larry had been attending RJE and the lack of interest shown by young black '

came to BHS in the first year of integra- males in applying for scholarships. Since

tion. In his senior year, 1967, he became the beginning, all minority scholarshipshave L1c
the first black on the Tornado football)) gone to female applicants. The com

squad, playing a big role for BHS in winn- mittee hopes that this imbalance will
ing a State championship. change, and if the testimony given by
Larry Brown on the importance of educa-
In the face of) those troublous limes of tion and goal-setting could have been

adjusting to school integration Larry did heard by more young black males, the
not know just what to expect in his recep- message would have undoubtedly inspired
tion by the football squad, but from day more interest on their part in the

one, he said, "I was accepted like any scholarship program.At r
other player and never had cause to feel
unwanted." least 270 people have a better

understanding of what it takes for a black The Just in The Coral Sea
Lexington Before Sinking
That he had good reason to feel very male to succeed in our society after
much wanted and was reflected in the listening to Larry Brown last Saturday

tributes paid to him by his coaches, night. The community has reason to be

teachers, school officials, and family proud of him and his willingness Ttowday. May 8, 1990, marked the "11:18: torpedo hit port side about
members.But become a role model for other young 40th anniversary of the day that frame SO."

Larry's success in the world of blacks. If the 270 who heard his messagewill 43,08O ton '"Lady Lex",as she was called "11:18 1/2, the Lexington shudders

business and every-day living shows that ]] carry it into their homes and share it bottom by her of the admiring Coral Sea.crew It,was sank the to end the n under our feet and a heavy blast spouts

he had things other than sports on his with their children and neighbors, .f the Navy's No.2 (in service)aircraft mingled flame" and water on our port
mind. In an informal talk, rather than a perhaps the Minority Scholarship] Com- eamer r. side forward.

"speech", he stressed the importance of mittee will begin to have applicationsfrom May 8.to a date well-remembered by "A torpedo explosion and we can see
young people early-on setting a !goal] in ambitious black males. Fred Hartson,a radio gunner on one of the."wakes of others streaking towardus.
the Lexington I torpedo planes.He still
earries a metal plate in his skull as a "The captain leaning over the conn-
Transportation Stalemate reminder of shrapnel wounds received ing bridge, observes: "Water in all
during a fierce 21-mlnute attack by 160 directions full of torpedo wakes.Bombs
I fighter planes from two Japanese flat- dropping all around us."
tops, juit after the December 7 attack
Must Be ResolvedFlorida ,on Pearl Harbor. "A gunnery officer turned from his
Mark-19 anti-aircraft director to see
HarUon,a native of New Hampshire, what the young ensign on the outboard
now leads a peaceful, though life '( -Ar
busy
director wanted to say to him, even as
billion of 1,145: to 1,687 by 1995.:
has almost
today $12 In retirement with his wife,Barbara,at an odd glazed look came into his
unfunded, validated transportationneeds. Congestion and crumbling roads cost their home on Glendale Street in eyes..and he fell over."
Failing to address these needs will]] Floridians $6 billion per year in car Slarlce. They chose this site for their .
retirement home in the spring, 1988 to "TheShip's/ air"0ffi prevent the state from implementing repairs and lost'"productive time, to say be near their two sons, Murray, '.a .amid.hW\\ streaming! {atfto.pMers .now
necessary gsowth management, and win) nothing of lives lost because of dangerousroad supervisor In the Clay County sheriff:a*, V Ve? onM ge('MtfftA 1 r'atyyard;!
threaten our economy, our environment, conditions.No office, and Timothy, supervisor of the overhaul."
,....... .. ..
Orange Park Mall. -' --
and our quality of life. ""' "In the forward
one relishes the thought of an additional steamy pump room,
But retirement doesn't Idleness ten stories or more below the air of-
mean
A bipartisan joint committee of the ] four-cents per gallon gas tax, but for Fred, who's "gotta be doing Fred Hartson ficers eminence, the reaction of
Florida Legislature agreed on a $3.6 even that is better than riding on roads so something" to remain occupied-so he During World Warll Fireman First Class Vernon Highfill
billion proposal to meet approximately] rough they put additional wear and tearon new has a part-time Job aseetercloonnan would be shared by his shipmates:
one-third of the most critical needs. This cars and tires, and endanger the livesof at Starke's new Wal her loss represented a strategic victory "...then all HELL broke loose!"
bill passed both House and Senate and drivers and passengers.No Mart.. In between times he works outdoors as Japan's southward expansionhad
as "overseer" for Jo"n Torode's been curbed. When commissionedin
was presented to Governor Martinez, one knows at this time what the farm the old Mansell Ayer place, off December 1927, the Lexington was Amdro AvailableAt
who promptly vetoed it without even a answer to the road construction UJS. 961 south of Starke. His duties one of the largest men-o-war afloat. Ag Building

thorough reading. stalemate will be. Both Governor Mar- there Include everything from mending Fred's last duty assignment was as
Thursday May 17
fences to minding horses with a bit of ,
flight engineer aboard a Super Con-
Unless the present uncompromising tinez and of the House GustafRon
Speaker tractoring thrown in for good measure. stellation aircraft flying on NATO The Florida Department of
stalemate is broken, Florida's] economywill have taken uncompromising positions on Starting his long career in the ser- operations over the entire European Agriculture and Consumer Services
be threatened by its faltering this mailer, and few problems are solved vice. Fred signed up with the Navy in continent. He retired in 1960. will make ''Amdro, the fire ant
transportation system, with highways so without compromise. Boston on May 8, 1940, transferring to Speaking from past experience Fred poison, available to farmers, lan-
unsafe that,we already have the highest the Naval Air Station at Pearl Harbor warns, "We must always remain alertto downers, and the general public on
rate of traffic deaths per mile of any state Traffic congestion and crumblingroads IN November 1940. He was aboard when what Is happening in the world today.In Thursday,May 17,from 8:30: a.m.to
cost Floridians $6 billion per yearin the sailed from 4 at the Agricultural Building
Lexington Hawaii on spite of their movement away from p.m.
in nation. An
the adequate transportation car repairs and lost time. They cause December 5, 1941 to deliver additioia) Communism, the Russians continue to parking lot at the Fairgrounds on
system should have Number One priorityin more accidents and loss of life, and aircraft for the defense of Midway. develop and acquire sophisticated new North 301 in Starke.The cost will be
a state that is dependent on tourism for they're Harmful to the environment During! the return trip to Pearl Harbor submarines, surface ships, and $5"per If pound or $100 for 25 pounds.
have
its economic well-being. because hundreds of thousands of cars on December 7,the famous "Day ofInfamy" weapons systems. take advantage you a of fire this ant offer problem," says,

Unless something is done to resolve the stalled for hours in traffic pour tons of .f Japan', the Lexington air was attack informed and "1989 saw the delivery of the SovietNavy's County Agent Bobby Taylor.
problem, the backlog of roads needing harmful gases into the air we breathe. wa ordered devastating to intercept and destroy first conventional aircraft carrier The red fire ant was imported to
and two more carriers will start
the U.S. about 1940 and has
resurfacing will grow from an estimated And crumbling roads jeopardize com- the enemy's attacking force. their trials in 1992. sun fighter nine southeastern states spreadover In-
4,141 lane miles to 8,411 lane miles by the merce because adequate transportationis The next action came on February 20 bombers are being assigned to land- cluding Florida, since that time, infesting -
year 1995. The backlog of bridges needing essential to compete in,today's world. when It twin-engine Mitsubishibombers' based Soviet naval aviation facilities in more than 230 million acres.

replacement will grow from 278 to 481 by Some reasonable solution must be, attacked the Lexington in a increasing numbers, and nine new The fire ant's burning sting results
assault of 21 minutes Involving nuclear-powered subs were launched in
raging
in
1995, and the backlog of bridgesneeding pustules that may take up to ten
reached. 1989, Hartson said.
.
Japanese planes. days to heal. Some
routine repair will increase from people have an
In this first encounter, a Lady'Lex "To this day, the Soviet Navy continues allergic reaction to the stings,which
.crewman Lt.Edward (Butch) O'Hara, its extensive participation in may cause paralysis or heart attack.
Promise Comes Home shut down five enemy bombers and was space-related activities and world-wide In rare cases, this has resulted. in
. to Roost '
"
awarded the Medal of Honor. It is also surveilance systems, Fred warns. death.
In his honor that the famed Chicago airport Fire ant mounds in yards,
Is named. Fred received his first .Irtit playgrounds,and recreational areas
Republican' candidates for reelectionwere pledge", head wounds from shrapnel in this The story of the Ix-xinglun has been are a hazard to children and pets.On
thrown into a tizzy Tuesday when 1 "Read my lips no new taxes", engagement,and was awarded the Purple put in book form by A.A. Hoehling, farms, the mounds may cause
President Bush's lips moved,and sur- lteart. describing "The last seven hours of a damage to machinery used to
although it was put in his mouth by a "
fighting lady. harvest '
prise, surprise. hints of new taxes came young lady speechwriter was Bush'smost After the surprise attack at .11:18 reduce the crops, and sometimes
Following is a log of the yield of arm crops by
the
out. his'campaign a.m., Lexington struggled valiantly' Lexington's
'effective line in feeding on
to keep afloat until 7:56 p.m. when the last minutes as recorded by Hoehling germinating seeds and
The dirty word entered the discussion speeches.Who wounded carrier received its "coup degrace" and recalled by Harston: the seedlings. A significant reduction in
when Budget Director Richard Darman"suggested" from an American destroyer, yield of soybeans has been noted
can forget this dramatic state- "The first aircraft in fields infested
enemy was seen with 40 to 50 col-
that the soaring deficit ment: "...the Congress will push me to and (lunged ,beneath the Pacific. But on port bow." onies per acre.

might call for fund-raising actions totaling ]- raise taxes, and I'll say no and they'llpush

as much as $100 billion in "revenueenhancement" ,' and I'll say no and they'll push .

this year. again, and I'll say: to them: Read my 11....

seems Everything- even that will dreaded be "on the T-word.table" it No..new..taxes.Well, this time the' pushing isn't coming' Re-read his_ lips : Bush says the
Election] year discomfort was im- from Congress. It's coming from Budget "
mediately obvious in the halls of Con- Director Darman, who is finally lookingat (Newspaper Headline) .
gress, and the initial reaction of Ed realistic figures and admitting that
Hollins, co-chairman of the House something has to be done about, the

Republican campaign committee; was deficit.
.
that injecting the possibility of a tax in- History was made when, at a Sunday t

crease in these pre-election campaign night summit with congressional leaders, ; \
months was "a disaster". the President finally agreed that .j 4YISK C-) 1

lie said there is\'a perception in the everything including taxes would be '

country that the Republican Party (Including 'on the negotiating table. There was no

the White 'House) is fighting 'other choice. r. :( .,

against raising taxes, and that a shift in But the 1990 campaign trail will be cluttered -
this perception would "certainly affectour with Republican candidates who

candidates who arc challenging were planning to capitalize on the now- "

J Democratic incumbents to take the lax abandoned war cry "Read my lips!" "

..
rflE ., ,\: 'ut ;; \.
WELCO ., \ \. <, J:5- ,
.
., :
AMlt.A\ : d&-t.: ;t'f = ..; r- ''- "

t(G: 50, ISS78 T* '_;; "
_. .' .._ jtA. s 1

In the year 1890 tint pot>ulnlion. of tti. United States was 5O.nSi.7tJ.. y
-- .. -- _4_.



- -., .. .a .. i rt -........--...
... .. -- .
e'ree-.. .-..-.+t. .'. .. e .r ..
.
I J. ,
14
i






.' .." -. .... .. M.iHI. I"/'''' I 11 I I I t. IIt M'll I........ \


Events. .I'"$$ 11 ouncin ,... .'' ....,".\.,"; :.., I
t g.I : 1" "'
.1Jeffrey :;
Social #, MI : .
Engagements"V \!;:,;", ; ; ': I II'llt"iul
"
I : d ..
i'\f.tJt.\lf'y'\ :"1 \11. .t. jI'anIINlr.b an Ji.-sso ; I

!A112ZtTtfltGGlttGttte.41. iLMr / j und Sandy I-reiser: : of mid' I.iii-llli: IUIks.r .;.

r ..._" _. __ d.... .... "" 'd' L. daul-hturl'racy J.uwLuy( announce Arm the, born birth April of their 12!: Dylan Oral Milliard ,

: :in', .Alllchuw I General Hospital.( Todi).and Beth Milliard announce
.. 'Gainesville.\ Sheweil-herl7lbs.( I2oUriel : /, (Ihi. birth of their son, Dylan Oral
I. wan 19 inches in length. Shejpins'a Ililliiiid, horn Tuesday, April 17, at
sister,Jessica Lynn, :2 yrs! 4 Sharids Hospital in jairmsvillu.
1 5 inos,old. \ t Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Maternal grandparents! arc Mr. arid) Mrs. Oral Tanner of Ijiwtey.
and! Mrs. James W. Quiello of Paternal grandparents are Mr.
i St rko: Grout grandmothers are and Mrs. Tummy .Milliard, Sr. of
i MylVia Taylor of Buffalo, N.Y. and Starke.
Pearl Eastman of Old Town,
)<'IorldlGreat great grandmother is Jarred Andrew Starling
( Lillian Shaw of Buffalo, N.Y.
+ i iI Paternal grandmother Is Barbara I Randy and Jackie Starling of
ii I Harrington of Starke. Great grand Brooker announce the birth of their
/ r i mother is Lena O'Neal of Slarke son, Jarred Andrew, born April 11 at
Alachua General Hospital
I \ 1 Celia Leigh Knnls.: .. Gainesville, weighing Ibs. 3oz. and
1 f measuring 21 1/2 inches in length.
6 M.L.. and Diane Knnis of Luwluy Paternal grandparents are Kennel
r announce the birth of their daughter, h and Ann Starling of Brooker.
.Celia Leigh; born 'April 15 in Paternal great grandparents are
Gainesville. She joins a brother Belly Nails of Brooker, Reba Crewsof
.
Max Jordan., Starke, and Louis and Carolyn
Maternal grandparents are Mr demons of Waycross! Ga.
and Mrs. Joseph' Kowitz of Jacksonville Maternal grandparents are Joe
'.. and Lucille Mercer of Fanning Spr
AshleyMichelle Kicks Ings. Maternal great grandparents
are Cab Colson of Trenton and Leon
Mr.and Mrs. Mike Hicks of SUrke and Mary Mercer of St. Petersburg.
announce the birth of their daughter Jarred Joins a brother, Kenneth
F !. Ashley Michelle, horn April 12, in Delano, 2 years old.
,7
Alachua GeneralHospital,
t i Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ibs. 10 oz.
and joins a sister, Jennifer, age 2.
Maternal grandparents are Bob
and Linda Woods of Middlebura


rt i
--
----------0-----Mr.&Mrs. Kristin S.Alday

.& Mrs.Jonathan It.Sweat LEAN UP


Norman Alday Wed Mar. 24 Vickie Lajoie, Jonathan Sweat

Wed in April 11 Ceremony ,
11M THE
Sherri A. Norman of Stirke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Glenn Nor Vickie A. Lajoie of Keystone Heights, daughter of Joseph C Lajoie of PR 050rfrrrlrMrsl
man of Lawtey, and Kristin S. Alday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Aldayof Interlachen and Aleesa M. Fisher of Keystone Heights, and Jonathan R.
Starke, were united in marriage Saturday, March 24, at 7 p.m. in. Sweat, of Starke, were united in marriage April 11 in Cilra Baptist _
Heilbronn Baptist Church. Rev. Dean Cassels joined the couple In Church. Citra. _
matrimony.The The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sweat, Jr of Starke.
altar was decorated with an arch entwined with fern, Figi mums Brother Fred Johns performed the 8 p.m. ceremony for the couple. $1199
daisies, iris and miniature carnations flanked by ficus trees and fern. On The bride was given In marriage by Joseph C. Lajoie and was attended
each side of the arch were candelabra filled with a floral arrangement by Pam E. Lajoie, as matron of honor. 4 170 f iM imim olr vtUclty3tyclt
matching the center arch. Standing on the floor on each side of the arch Attending the groom was Riley Sweat, Jr. ,]2cc inWtlghiMlylll t. i
were additional ficus trees, fern, palms and swirling candelabra. Adorn- The couple is residing in Starke. (15129.99 o.bl.dJ" )
ing the stained glass windows were arrangements of similar flowers with The bride is a 1983 graduate of Bradford High. School and is employed at f, Mo a single candle In each. The pew markers were made of matching Nationwide Insurance in Gainesville.
flowers. A prayer bench and Isle cloth were also used. The groom is a 1983 graduate of Bradford High School and is employed I
Kristy Johns and Ray Norman, uncle of the bride, performed at the by E.I. DuPcnt. wi--T
piano with Selina Scheetz as soloist.
Attending the groom as best man was his father, Dwayne Alday. t .
Ushers were Scott Roberts, brother in law of the bride; Justin Williams, EngagementsJill
cousin of the groom; Gene Powell; Don Thompson; Ashley Alday. :
$17999
brother of the groom and Chris Farmer. $8999
Matron of honor for the bride was Cindy Roberts, sister of the bride. Mangus, Brian HendrixTo
She wore a long emerald green satin gown with boat neckfront dipping to
the waist in the back. Attached at the shoulders with sequins and pearls Wed Saturday, May 12 |$99.99 ommkl.d) (1$119.99! ......bIodl)
medallion and wore three strands of pearls that draped the opening of the Marilyn Parrish of Winter Haven and Bruce !Mangus of Tlici'esba announce J-cycIt,12cc l yclo, 3J CC tngb.
At the wait pellun, dipping into a V in the back with long tnglm Mill
,back. waste the approaching marrlge of their daughter, Jill Melissa Mangus, 17' path 18 cutting
(cick teat.. She carried a bouquet of.uellow rosesTTrls; an "!1. 'b br bta I ; JiU W iliatns.S.AIIIwtNC't3..Yt; ; 9' btbe.-Sat rcfuY, Mh' 'Yt! WeitliftllI: ''il..d nfj1l({{ be herJ'fJ'a: ; 'liirsF'1 ,i,11 '+'N ewifl0 rich.Medl I advon9trii r cln 7i>i=7t. <4\ll, {"_ -4vtJ ProdoI.. '
similar to that of the matron of honor. They all carried flowers matching Presbyterian Church in Starke. p yriline. e.lir1min'Ipifcl.h' 'r HI.. \ 'qtr I( ,' '

the bridal bouquet. The bride-elect is a 1987 graduate of Bradford High School, presently .W.lgl, ../13.4 Iii.Med. .
Given in marriage by her father, C. Glenn Norman, the bride wore a attending Santa Fe Community College and is employed by Av-Med Insurance ./1731..._
gown of white satin with cathedral train, attached at the waist. The front Company in Gainesville.The 0'
dipped into a low V adorned with pearls to the waist. The puffed sleeves groom to be is a 1984 graduate of Bradford High School and Is
tapered down to the fingers with more scattered pearls. The full skirt was employed by Kraft Food Service in Ocala. '
attached to V line in front.The floor length front flowed into the cathedral Poulan PROM
train adorned with heart lace. The back of the bodice dipped into the Marlene, Thomas PadgetTo
waist with three attaching strands of pearls in the opening of the back.Attached
Wed
bustle. She carried flowers the same as Thursday, May 17 I
at the waist was a large STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
the: matron of honor. Marlene Nettles and Thomas Padgett announce their wedding. plans for
43S S.Walnut St. Starke 539 E.Call St. Starke
around her neck with '
Her only ornament was a pearl pendant worn Thursday, May 17.
pearl and rhinestone earrings. Her open ring veil was made of strands of The ceremony will be held at the home of Lamar and Shelia Lee, in 964-8568 964-5745 .
pearls, lifting to arch with gathered netting flowing into finger tip Country Club Estates, at 10 p.m. Dllhibiritd,Pinion So.'h....Attributing,Wovorly Hull,GA 31111 AMiMll. ovory.........Uon pravtomV '
airy Mtlftid' .,tfcil oHor, Mmo Individual dtalorl Mt participate.IL.. .......dots.... ...../
ornthor
veil her wardrobe.A No local invitations are being sent but all friends and rcjdtwua of the may yw M
compleleting Church ..toH((404))II1-1MI,......1 worn of oHor.W.guoroMM.....ugto Mod..odvorthod I .prk .
reception was held in the Heilbronn Springs Baptist couple are cordially invited to attend. _
and of the hall were filled with ficus __' ,. ,.
Fellowship Hall.The hallway corners 'IT".iE"in: !IJIMI! ; '-1 1111118 "" "
trees and fern, entangled with white miniature lights. Large arrangements 1I
of the bride B choice flowers graced the center banquet table, Church News. .
flanked with silver candelabra trees.
The bride's table was centered with a cake of crystal enchantment.The Revival Set
cake consisted of a long base cake with two separate tier cakes positionedat At Full Gospel MissionA REMEMBERSATURDAY
each end atop the base. Tier cakes were then joined by connecting. Full
Revival was set to begin at
cake in center of base.
staircases coming down to a single layer
crystal
Gospel Mission, State Road 100 at
joined at the top with a crystal bridge which
staircases were
Crystal New River, on Tuesday May 15,
fountain. Small tiny bows were attached to sides
cascaded over a crystal through Friday, May 18 at 7:30
of the crystal staircases. All cakes were decorated with shades of yellow
The cake was made by the bride's aunt, Bar nightly.
and
silk flowers greenery.
.bara N. Reddish. Serving the bride by cutting the cake were Barbara Rev. Hoke O'Berry is .the pastor.

Reddish, Lori Williams, cousin of the bride; and Cindy Crosby. Karen !
Reddish cousin of the bride, kept the bride's book. Weddings Portraits
The punch table contained a silver punch bowl surrounded by choice :
flowers, served by Kelli Luke, Darlene Padgett, Kathy Tye and Ruth $ .
Johns. Faye King greeted guests at the door upon arrival. rr Lr r.'iitqgrapfiyDerel I
Assisting at the reception were Mary Lee, Ann Norman, Billie L
Williams, Shelly Reddish Betty Cassels, Lana Dowdy and Kathy Backus. '
Following a wedding trip to St. Augusting and Disney World, the coupleare ONLY

residing in Starke. ::: .Cvtfrezt. ,
The bride teaches at Clay Hill Elementary School and is a graduate of / 1 EVERTHING
BHS, 1984,and the University of North Florida in 1989. The groom is a stu- Phone 964-8877
dent at UNF, with a degree in computer science, and works parttime at ( Business Phone 964-2184 1t '
Western Steer Steak House and The Bradford County School Board. ,'1y f

I -f&, t'I

'"


ATTENTION CARETAKER CONTRACTORSFarmers 5709-C Lkt 25 % OFF : ','



Home Administration, USDA,
:
,.,'"

NW 13th St.,. Gainesville, FL 32606 (904) II"


376-5858 requires the services of a caretaker : :' OPEN' .t pFFICEI

.9.. :30
on farm property and/or farm dwellings in the ,


rural areas of Alachua/Bradford counties for "


the 12 month period beginning Oct. 1 1990.


Interested contractors are requested to ,.


contact the County Supervisor for details.


Contractors must meet licensing requirements' ,k -II It


of the State, County, and Municipal ; ";, .


government or their- subcontractors must do


so. Specifics on licenses may be obtained WH3. .T.H.E.R


from the County Supervisor.


.
"



-' ," ', ,j" '.' ": .-. --- -
= -- ---. '- - -- -- : .
"t'.J
,
1--- I lI


I It


I'BItI'II'I'I'I.: ..:( IU"U" May IU, IMnDhIapton!


Ililitcs..:..........

Hampton Elem.School .. Wilson\> ;' grade 6, Jennie Johnson, Pick up the phone and call We can deliver it. And because
Honor Roll... Angela Meng Carrie Meng.
Report cards were sent home with May Birthdays: 2, Michael Floyd; your phone company. we're your phone company,
students on May 1'for the fifth six '3, Denyse Edwards; 4. Elisa Sierra
weeks grading period. Aviles; 7, Melissa Taylor; 9,Angela Because big business or Centel backs up your system
Receiving all A's were; grade 1, Stone, Tom Ellis; ,10, Allison Ar-
Cory Chappell, Charlene Clifton, chey; it, Joshua Starling; '12: small, Centel can design a with a host of highly skilled ,
Terry Crawford,Renee Ford,Emily Patrick Shannon; 13, Amanda
Genest, Brian McClellan, Christina Rowland, Dena Crawford; 14, C.K. state-of-the-art communipeople who install, maintain,
,Rachael Smith 2,Jennifer
Meng ;grade Fuqua; 15, Jose Aviles.
Affron, Chris Darga, Jeremy cations fit and to fit
Gates, Brandi Gatlin, Juston Hart, system to your upgrade your system I

Josh Hodges,Brian Lott,Josh Meng, SocialShorts needs. needs.What's
Brad Muse, Matilda Rhoden, specific your: changing
Christopher Schmidt, Paul Turner;
grade 2/3, Tyler Caldwell, Mandy BHS Class of 1940... Maybe you need a whole more, we offer you a varietynew
Heine Wayne Wood grade 3, Mar
;
cus Alfron,Melody Barr, Nena Con- The BHS Class of 1940 will hold system. Maybe you of renting, leasing and buying
tois, Detria Ford, Jason Lovell; its second reunion planning
Mr.&Mrs. grade 4, Clay Archey, Alicia meeting, Monday May 21,at 7:30 need a few new features for options, as well as the convenience -
Charney Yarbrough
Crosley, Vicki Hutto, Peter Knipp, p.m., In the Bradford Family
Charney Yarbroughs Amanda Meng, Amanda Rowland; Restaurant-Fried Chicken Factoryon your system like automatic of a single bill.
grade 5, Hope Archey, Jason Me- US-301 south.
Celebrate 50th Cullough. The Class of 1940 needs call routing,call pickup, So if you want state-of-the-: .
Wedding Anniversary Receiving all A's and B's were: assistance in locating class
grade 1, Paul Jones, Samara members. If you have an addressor speed calling call forwarding, art technology combined with
Onie Griffis and Charney Yar Prevatt, Chad Rhoden; grade ,2, phone number,please call
brough celebrated their 50th wed- Jason Barr, Brandt Hawes, Joshua Juanita McGauley Hardy, ph. messaging or conferencing. expert'service, take matters
ding anniversary April 28, 1990, at Starling; grade 2/3, Kelly Bowen 964-6900, Marian Dowling Long ph.
the Communication Workers'Hall in John Hodges, Karrie Lee, RaymondRhoden 964-7435,or Jo Ella Barry Hardy, Or into own
Jacksonville,with the celebration of Charles Thigpen, Wayne ph. 964-7607. maybe you your
renewing their wedding vows. Wood; grade 3,Nikki Baker,Jimmy \ hands. Call
Mr. Yarbrough grew up in the Coleman,Daniel Davis, Jessie Mar- Gospel Sing Set want just one HOVTno .'
Starke and Lawtey areas.Onie grew shall, Crystal Murphy, Joey Rowe, At Lawtey
up in the Raiford community.Mr. Erik Scoggins, Jassy Starling, Church of God extra phone. Centel toda).
and Mrs. Yarbrough were Melody Youngblood; grade 4,
married April 27, 1940 at the Brad- Robert Broome, Rachael Canti, The Lawtey Church of God will be
ford County Courthouse in Starke. Amy Crews, Hannah Ford, Clint hosting a Gospel Sing Friday, May
Helping to celebrate were the Yar- Morgan, Matt Mullis, Danny Wig 11, at 7 p.m.Featured. INSTALL AN ENTIRE
brough's five children,Nadie Corderof gins; grade 5, Chris Affron Erica performers will be the
Middleburg, Charles Yarbroughand Elbert,Charles Kirchaine, Lisa Mc Kelly's from Kellysville, West .
Robert Yarbrough of Jackson- Clellan, Samantha Ramos, Amy Virginia.
ville, Lavonla Leaphers of Virginia Everyone Is Invited to attend."Mother's .
Beach,Virginia and Rev. Allen Yar
brough of Harlen, Georgia; their 12 COMMUNICATIONSSYSTEM.
grandchildren and six great grand- Day TrIbute: to our
children. Mother's DayRemembrance..e mother, Mrs. Estella Granger, who
Mrs.Yarbrough is the daughter of departed January If, 1974. Who can
Sidney and Nettie Griffis.Charney is find virtuous woman?for her placeis
the son of E.E. Yarbrough and far above rubles. Prov. 31:10
Christina Yarbrough. You are deeply missed
Their son Uev. Allen Yarbrough, In remembrance of our late Your Children,Earl,Louise .
performed the ceremony. mother, Rose Lee Alexander who Oscar and Patricia
Charney also has a brother, A.J. passed away June 4, 1986. We love .j
Yarbrough, of Starke. and miss her very much, She Is still/ In Remembrance of
Alma R. Baldree
in our hearts. She was'a mother to
Gospel Sing Set everyone..we love you Mom. We Words cannot express the pain we CENTEL .
.
For May 12 will always remember her on feel daily since you left us. You were ;".
Mother's Day. our staple. You held us all together. .. ; .
There will be a gospel sing Saturday From the Alexander Family You were our rock. Now everything .
,May 12,at 7 p.m.at the Mason's Daughter Winnie Watkins is broken, seemingly beyond repair.We WHERE PEOPLE CONNECT '
Lodge on Orange Street. Featured ,tIn will miss you until the end of l ,
singers will be The Gospel Sounds, remembrance of our late time..If we could only hear your CALL US AT 964-9066'
The Thornton Family, The Expres- mother Alma T. Hately. She passed voice, touch your hand. We love you o'J
sions of Love and The Gospel away May 28, 1982. She was a very always, but especially on Mother's ,
Travelers. ,loving and caring mother. We all Day. -
Proceeds will go to Victory will remember heron Mother's Day. Lovingly Missing You,
Revival Center of Heilbron Springs, We loved her, but God loved her Your Devoted Family : ':
Inc. Pastor Rev. W.J. (Dub) Thorn best. ,III ,Sri ',,
'
ton invites everyone to attend. From the Watkins,Thomas
Refreshments will be served. &Hately Families NORMAN'SROADSIDE I ''I" "


Need An Electrician? I ,. ,I.<

DAN WAINWRIGHT "" if.\; ,
call "

e36 Yn.Experience All Types Electrical Work MARKET I, ,. : .II ,,"it,) .t.\it'\, .... .... ., '. .
7824077 "Single 13 Phase e Reagorvffiy grit'ed: Work Ir ./ :; -;
North'ofStarke .ye,. ) bno gniv' nh.oia\ :vtnuo' Moft. -ifl In
'.'.' -.....- -.- -,' '.- -.- -.- . 301 :! 3 ,r 11" .,'oI1wn' f.t nnigwa nl .nub.
1f 9649152Now :


.f MtJ1fHERi"S! DAV SERf/Cee- ,'. "f' 1 .Available 1 II :..'("


Victory Baptist Church Fresh From ( "
'

Sunday, May 13, 1990 Our Farm 'ff! .t', ,
,' .
Yellow Squash !ft"J ",;.
Rev. Crews
Andy r I1
c String Beans ,\-1;, ,; .
c will be for this aI rI ;, ,,
guest speaker special Pole Beans ''''''''.. '; \.'I.

service to honor Mothers everywhere. Red Bliss Potatoes "

.1. Cucumbers '' ., "
,, '.'
::
Sunday.Services Okra "

.. Sweet Onions ,,.tRI l (, .
Bible Study 9:45 a.m. .). Green Cabbage ",' j ,,; .' ':

c Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. ,
'
c Discipleship Training 6:30 p.m. r '. ;;SweetSta, rkiSTRAWBERRIES 1 ;o,' ,, '; < 1"1..'.' .
'
J "
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. } :"" .
,
.
., y. /. y.Ilati
$ 00'. .
"Pastor Bob Cooper and alt the>< "" i! } .... 1) ; I h' .,', ',\

r Congregation invite'all,to6ome'and,;, .

i share,,this. special, time. wiih'usf", :1fj' ; z;0 'm dif
*-1 i <-.t v'f* -.v ,

Church located on Pine Street, Hampton, Florida
)

t............... ......................_...... _............._......... .......J
-- --"
- ;.3 r.I
Tr-innrrT nrrirrzrT

CLAY


Help GabJ MISIOH: Help Our Schools 4 .,



Subscribe to Cablevision and we'll donate 10 dollars of

the $19.95* (normally $39.95)) installation fee to the: ,



.0 '.EducatronI oundationConsider : "
Clayscaun :

*,. >40% ... .r.ff# '. I1.&o" "Mt" 'i', '''.'''''{'''.M !X

-
.. :
SM
that 1 month of Cablevision provides over ; : 'I

10,000 hours of programming for the entire family i,'

for less than $19.00* per month. I{'

'
',;, ?'

., I'i Q.,
CLAY : I J'" ''f'.' ',J1','... '" '" ."'If


... .'I., ','
4,.',." :,
,0 i 4 ,.'
NIM.I/ FYI m
3 m
"
1 :' 0
.
,
'
1' :,"
0
i. /

Serving Starke Bradford County ., '-n-, ..:", .:'.). :'...'/" ,


964-6308.. a ff ,-' ,r>. :"

ft*Tax ... .. r
Sonw nMatont may apply Of I. ?!( 0 ,

._ .M


1



a r i t



l

May 10,1990 TELEGRAPH Pa c7.JK .\
First CommunionAt of roses, daisies and variegatedfresh cl'OSlshaped cakes,individual cakes 11 a.m. fa A ft.A3 1'1sYa 1t 1>Y.A f1
St. Edward'sOn flowers grown by Sophie inscribed with names, dates and The church is planning an exciting
Kimutls decorated the church. She religious A
symbols. variety of
Sunday.Mays,Father William was assisted in decorating by Mrs. finger foods, sandwiches, fruits, hats service., for Ladies they will, wear your"Hats favorite onParade"
Hoccheim, Pastor, celebrated Coss cakes and present
beverages
a were served.
special Mass at St. Edward'sCatholic The Communicants were Zita Shuford was in charge of ar- Design at this of Jacksonville time. Smitty'sFashion and TREE AND STUMP
Church. During this presented with Communion Kits rangements for the reception. Fashion-Hat Connection of
Liturgy, the following parishioners containing rosaries, prayer books, REMOVAL
on Gainesville will be their
displaying
received the Body and Blood "Hats Parade"To
of and religious medals by the pastor,a
wares. Please sign at the door if
Christ for the first Be Held up
Jesus time: Lyra gift of the parish. t
wish to model hats.Thecongreptioniliooking
Abad, Ronnie Belmarez, Kelly Con- you your I
the
Following Liturgy a receptionwas At Mt. Zion AME forward r
naughton, Joanle Dampier, held in the parish hall for family
Christopher Lam,' Brad Muse members and friends of the First Everyone is cordially invited to at- to meeting and greeting
Michael Schlofman, Amber Shufordand Communicants. tend morning worship with the Mt. everyone. Dinner will be served Immediately 964-9300
David Wooley. Refreshment tables were covered Zion A.M.E.Church congregation on following the parade of ,
The First Holy Communicants with white lace cloths.Thev, held the third Sunday of May May 20,at hats. -

girls wearing white dresses and III!Hill 1t>liM.>
veils and boys dressed in suits and
ties walked in procession with the
pastor, Altar servers,and their CCD
instructor Debbie Connaughton,who
directed them and, also served. as Holly Farms
.
Lector.At St 1 : -

the beginning of Mass, Father -
Hoccheim blessed the Communion : 1
Blessing Cups made by the In- ( Grade A
dividual communicants. They par- :1
ticipated in the celebration by C
reciting_ prayers of, the faithful, I tf _
presenting offeratory gifts, presen-
ting white carnations to their fathers
and mothers, and singing in unisonat WHOLE
the conclusion of Mass the hymn,
"Thank You, God". '
Alter Servers for the Liturgy were Lb.
Sean Connaughton,Adam Marchese
and Kelly Trimble. Antoinette Coss
was organist, Marie Powell was FRYERS
song leader,William Marchese servo
ed as Eugharistic Minister. Ushers 6 lUll. 11IOII. TUE3 WID. ,11IIII. fill. SAT.
were Frank Matt and Ray Trimble.
The church was ,decorated with _1 s _le 11 12
banners made by the First Com- 13
municants, bearing their names, Price ta this
ad go**] Moaday.
date of reception of the Sacrament
,
and Eucharistic symbols. Bouquets May 7 thru Sunday. May 13, l&o.Mp .



Legal Fresh Marke t Style iinL._ ,


Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH .
JUDICAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ( 0tc
CIVIL ACTION NO:89-310-CA F (
FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida
corporation
Plaintiff tc '

vs.TIMOTHY WILKERSON and LOU ELLEN
WIIKERSON, hit wife; Th. Unknown
Heirs, Devisees, Grant., Assignees, 't Genuine
llenors, Creditors Trustees or Oth.r :
Claimant claiming by through und.r
or against TIMOTHY WILKERSON and VIDALIA
LOU ELLEN WILKERSON who are not
known to b. dead or ally; and FLEET
FINANCE INC., a Florida corporation;
Defendants. lt.nlsONIONS
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE b
Is that, Pabst &
Notice hereby given pursuant
w 2 Utar Relate*
final of
to an order or a (judgement
foreclosure entered In the above- PEPS! COLA
captioned action I will sell the property Pabst Lt. 39CLb.l
situated In Bradford County Florida
described as: 12/6 pk enfir9
Lots On.((1)) and Two((2))of Block Nine $ 09
((9)) of the City of Lawtey according to 1 5 Ears
the original plot of Lawt.y as recordedIn Sweet Yellow

of Deed Br ford Book County C, Pog.Florida 3, public lying records and I' SDA*t hUiCe Beef;, $ I 9 rv r M__. Corn s f-""'. 4.a:''.'.:. ; ,..99 -- ,Ttl \
situate1 In Section 23 Township 5 South PkBel 12 12 0r:. Cans Pepsi
Range:22 East. Sizes Diet Pepsi .. ....Z.v9Pkg. fl
,
AH _
ALSO on. ((1)) 1969 Whit. Tractor ef 12:12 o:. can.s s...,
Serial No. 714857; one ((1)) 1965 Tlmpt y Mtn. Dew ..... ...........3.29Wise
Trailer, Serial No.. 10994; on. ((1)) 1977
Hom.mad.Trailer Serial No. FLT3809P; CUBE 'U"S"'E'AK
one (1) 1977 Homemade Trailer. Serial
No. FLT3416 Pi one ((1)) 1977 Hom.mad. 1 'Bunch Fresh Green?
Trailer, Serial No. FLT3415P; and one((1)) I .s)
1978 Hom.mads Trailer, Serial No. 'BROCCOLII
FLT3419P. .
at public salt, to the highest bldd.r I 6.5 Oz. Natural Or Head Snow WhiteCAULIFLOWER
for cash In the lobby of the Bradford 6 Oz. Sow Cream & Onion ) I

at County 11:00 Courthouse a.m., on the, In 24th Stark.day. of Florida.May. )) Mother's Day Plants RIDGIE CHIPS /

1990.WITNESS hand and official seal this $ 248 ) Lb. Fresh Green
my 4.99
24th day.of April 1990. RAY NORMAN' Mums. . Each 99 ASPARAGUSOrchid

6.99
Clerk of the Circuit Court Hydrangeas. Each
By:Tather Allen D.p.Clerk
Fred H. Kent III
Florida Bar No. 327042 Corsages. Each 1.99 All Varieties > 5-7 Oz.

225 Kent Water, Rldg.Street I Crawford Suit.900 / Hanging Wise Popcorn. . 1.29 \9 9

Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Baskets . Each 5.
((904)) 358-1000 5/03 4tchg5/24

Attorneys for PlaintiffIN I PRITPQ no
j AI11Thll \
J
THE COURT EIGHTH IN JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUIT LUUV : = r

BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA
Civil Department
CASENO:90-221-CA Sliced Peaches In Lt. 6 Pack 4 Oz. Fat Free/Low
16 Oz. BBBt-A-Ronl/Beel Ravioli/ -- -
OF 15 Oz SAVE SO*
IN RE THE MARRIAGE : CholesterolStrawberryBlueberry/
Syrup/Fruit Cocktail/Pear Halves Beef O'Getti/Spaghettl With Meatballs
JEFFREY H. SCHAFER at the checkout
and Husband LIBBY'S FRUIT CHEF BOYARDEE PASTA Strawberry Banana Yogurt 1I;' wtwnyoubuy 12oz.whaatie /

DIANA SCHAFER.. --;= LIGHT N* LIVELY



WIf.Unknown.TO YOU:for'DIANA ARE Dissolution HEREBY NOTICE SCHAFER NOTIFIED OF of.SUIT Marriage Residence that an and action COCKTAII mun. ,_69c i Meat Spaghetti'*.*\l'],. 7 9 v i $ 1 9 _lml ,U


Oth.r R.II.f ha been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses to It.. If'any on the
Or
Plaintiff's attorney.whose name and address 16 Oz. iGrape 7 Oz. Elbow Macaroni/Long .
Appl Thin Spaghetti/Vermicelli PastaCREAMETTES 12 Oz. Food Lion Shredded 8 Oz. Sealtest
.
WM.l 1.-A. BESSENT III, ESQUIRE' 'GARNER JELLY MOZZARELLA CHEESE -SOUR CREAM! '
WM A.BESSENT III. CHARTERED ;
403 W..t Georgia Street,>.O. ,Box

1056 Stark.* ..FL 32091
8ge lo
((904)) 964.n62 r
and lite the original with the clerk of '
the above-styled court on or before 28 r
May, A.D., 1990;:otherwise, 9 Judge .
m.nt may be entered again you for the' a p tll
relief demanded In the Complaint or IOC
Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said 50 Ct,..-. 8 7/8" Plates 12 CountCHILLYWILLEE 10 Oz. Frozen Chopped/
Court On 'prll 27, A.D., 1990. Leaf.PICTSWEET --
-' < .RAY NORMAN. $STURDYWARE!
.* CI.rk of Sold Court SPINACH 1
By:Tosher AH.n, Deputy CI.rk
5/03 4td+g 5/24:

-' Control No.468 $.109 :" 2/85e/ ___H iVI


,
_
lwpIts
__ _
tTUpo /

ofi ty ;. .lh.Hei-4'( : h s r t t -'rFOOD: ; LION'


to have i been developed $$
believed
Judo It |
.
In the 1880 by a J P "V
JJ oro(Kano.into man who wanted
to defend himself against. bulllM. .

.. ..... ",)I' ,





i



r 1










l'i."<. s'I 11':1: I I.HAl'lj: IM 'Hi, I'l'lllLegal !

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR that land currently' zoned OR and PUBLIC NOTICE firm name BRITANNY STARR DESKTOP,..

REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO designated by the plan as Open Rural be CITY OF HAMPTON will retain for Its GRAPHICS Hwy 301 Soul(t, lowtey, FL "

THE LAND USE PLAN rezoned to Cl, and designated Commercial own use a 1979 Ford Pickup Vin. No. 32058. Intends to r.gl.'er'Hld (ettlou! ,>

(( Notices ] An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Intensive, the property of Paul F10BREC32I4 per Fl. Statute 705.103. name under the aforesaid statute.

land Use Plan Element and Wright described as follows: Parcel No. Vehicle was abandoned on roadway on Dated this lt day of May A.p. 199O"'*.''.1

Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance 01172000200. In Section 13. TownshipS February 24, 1990, and will become property In Bradford County. 524IN l ,,..

with the local Government Range 22 East Approximately :2 miles of City of Hampton unless owner 5/03.tpd

..- Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as North of Lawtey One half acre out of contact by certified mall before May 24.

NOTICE OF INTENTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE provided for In Chapter 163 of the 1.66 acr... ((125' Hlway frontage by 1990 Hampton Police Department P.O. THE CIRCUIT COURTOF

TO REGISTER EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Florida Statutes, 174.23' deep). Box 250 Hampton FL 32044. FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL

FICTITIOUS NAME THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other You are further given NOTICE that a SilO 2tchg 5/17 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR

;Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida IN AND FOR intereslad persons. copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is BRADFORD COUNTY

,itutes notice is hereby given that the BRADFORD COUNTY You and each of You are hereby and available for your Inspection at the office CASE NO.: 90-42-CP ,

dei signed Gerald C. Destefano Rt. :2K CIVIL DIVISION herewith given notice In accordance of the Director of Zoning and Plann- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN RE: Estate of

; 920 (S E. 63rd Circle) Keystone Case No. 89,4V),CA with Florida Statutes that the oard of ing City Hall Thompson Street Starke, REGISTER DIYlE ELVIN HAZEN .

Lights i FL 32656, sole owner, doing MID STATE TRUST II. a County Commissioners' of Bradford Florida. FICTITIOUS NAME Deceased.

,?'9lness under the firm name of EDUCA. Delaware Business Trust, County Florida have designated the Each and every person having any Interest Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
1'mAl', CONSULTANT SERVICES P.O. Plaintiff. Bradford County Zoning and Planning whatever In the enactment of this Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the administration of the estate of

x 1308 Keystone Height. FL 32656 vs Board to conduct a public hearing at a proposed ORDINANCE should appear undersigned' Barney A Myra Morgan DOYLE ELVIN HAZEN deceased. Case

"ads to register sold fictitious name CLARA E. LEE regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the and be heard at the time and place 7853 S. Lawrence Blvd., Keystone No. 9O-42-CP I I. pending In the Circuit.,
Council Starke Heights, Fl 32656 joint owners, doing Court for Bradford County Probate DM.
l I..r the aforesaid statute' a single woman Room City Hall Stark., prescribed
noted' this 16th day ol April AD. Defendant Florida on Tuesday May 29 1990 and Board of BRADFORD COUNTY business under the firm name ofGRANDPAS Ion, the address of which It Bradford

10 in Bradford County. NOTICE OF SALE make a recommendation to the County COMMISSIONERSBradford SUBS 7853 S. Lawrence County Courthouse Starke, Florida. The
Blvd., Keystone Heights' FL 32656 Intends and addresses of the PersonalRepresentative
4/194lpd5/10 NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuantto Commissioners' and the Board will consider County Floridaitchg510 names
said fictitious the PersonalRepresentative's
to name and
an order or FINAL JUDGEMENT OF on Wednesday, Jun. 20 1990 at : Cont. No.477 register
the Commissioners Room of the Bradford under the aforesaid statute. attorney.. are set forth
FORECLOSURE entered In the above cop P.O. Number 3976
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Dated this 20th day of April A.D., below.
Ironed case, I will sell the property County Courthouse, Stark., Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
REGISTER Interested required to
1990 In Bradford County. All persons are
situated In Bradford Florida at 7:30 p.m an Ordinance relating to:
FICTITIOUS NAME described County The rezoning of the following described JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 4/26 4tpd 3/17; Control No. 463 file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS .

"uiiuont to Section 86509 Florida a. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
,rules. notice It hereby given that the Section 25, Township 5 South Range property and amending the Comprehensive CASE NO: 89.575-CA, ---IN-THE---CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate

Jcrstgned" Len Thompson 2021 N.E. 22 East located In the South 1 12 of theSE land Use Plan to providethat J. FRANK SURFACE RECEIVER JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR and ((2) any objection by an Interested
land toned
1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described currently OR and
as
: FOR FLORIDA INVESTORS whom this notice Is served
sole
ih M Ocala FL 32670 owner BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA person en
mq business under the firm name of Commence at the point where the designated. by the plan as Open Rural b. MORTGAGE CORPORATION, CASE NO.: 90-179-CC that challenges the validity of the Last

<\ tNTERPRISES 1250 S. Walnut St, North ROW line of a county graded road rezoned to ILW and designated In. Plaintiff COMMUNITY STATE BANK Will and Testament the qualifications of
(which runs along the South edge of the dustrial light 8 Warehousing the property -
irl-t?. ri 32091. Intends to regl.ter.ald v. OF STARKE. the Personal Representative, venue, or
SE 1/4 of SW 1/4)) Intersects the Westerly of Francis Meng described as
of the court.
i," us name under the aforesaid LARRY W. MOORE, DEBORAH Plaintiff/ jurisdiction
lulx.iod., ROW of SR-225: run thence West. along follows: Parcel No. 00980000000 In MOORE, and SOUTHERN ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT

., this/ 24th day of April ADi J ROW
)11 i ,m Bradford County 'Intersects. the East line of SE 1 1/4 of SW Approximately 1/4 of a mile past the Intersection INC.. DEFINED BENEFIT PENSION CHERYL L. GRIFFIS Publication of this Notice has begunon
4/264lpd5/17 1/4 for POB. From POB continue Westalong of 301 A CR 18 on the right PLAN, May 3, 1990. '

ROW 80 feet, run thence North, hand side, One acre out of Defendants. Defendants. CLARA FAYE HAZEN
parallel to the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 00980,00000. NOTICE OF SUIT P.O. Box 538
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE NOTICE OF SALE
COURT PROPERTY
NO
1 feet You are further given NOTICE that Lake Butler' FL 32054
/". 250 : run thence East, parallel to a
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant TO CHERYL D. BLIZZARD
ROW. 80 feet, run thence South to ROW, copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is to Final of P.rsonal Representative
i OR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Summary Judgement ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU
250 feet to POB. available for your Inspection at the office JONATHAN f. WERSHOW; EsquireP.O.
CASE NO 90.175-CA Foreclosure dated May 7th 1990 InCase ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
of the Director of and Box 1260Gainesville
at public sale, to the highest and best Zoning Planning
No 89-575-CA In the Circuit Courtof
The Marriage of ; tion for damages has been filed againstyou
bidder for cash, at the front door of the City Hall Thompson Street Starke, the Eighth Judicial In and for Florida 32602
ANVILLE BERNARD JOHNSON. Circuit and are required to serve a
Florida you copyof ((904)) 378.2541
Bradford Courthouse In Storke
.
County
I tt, !, I Bradford County Florida In which J. written defenses, If to It, on
Each and your any Florida Bar No. 144630
Florida;at 11:00 a.m. on May 29th 1990. every person having any Interest FRANK SURFACE RECEIVER FOR
I DATED this 30th day of April 1990. whatever In the enactment of this the plaintiff's attorney whose name and Attorney for PersonalRepresentative ,
>, FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE COR.
KATHLEEN JOHNSON proposed ORDINANCE should address Is.JOHNNY: 5/03 2tchg 5/10
RAY NORMAN, appear
PORATION Is the Plaintiff and LARRY W.
'" R. HOBBS JR. Control No. 470
and be heard at the time and placeprescribed
Clerk of Circuit Court _
NOTICE OF ACTION MOORE; DEBORAH MOORE; and Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., P.A.P.O. .
< ) GRANVILLE BERNARD JOHNSON By: Tosher Allen, Dep. Clerk SOUTHERN FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS Box 938 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Board of BRADFORD COUNTY
"D" Harry M. Hobbs P.A. INC.. DEFINED BENEFIT PENSION PLAN
NE. 4th Avenue, Apt COMMISSIONERSBradford Starke, Florida 32091 REGISTER
,""wille, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff Florida are the Defendants, I will sell to the and III. the original with the Clerk of FICTITIOUS NAME

OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac. P.O. Box 204..8Tampa. Itchg 5/10 County Cont. No. 476 highest and best bidder for cash In the the above-styled court on or before Pursuant to Section 86309 Florida
Florida 33622 0448 :
for dissolution of marriage and (B13) 286.8333 P.O. Number 3976 lobby of the Bradford County CourthouseIn Monday May 28 1990, otherwise a Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the

'"' relief has been filed against you In ) Starke, Bradford County Florida at judgement may be entered against you undersigned. Barney 4 Myra Morgan

"ihove,styled( Court and you are ret _. ,5/03: .2tchg! 5/10 NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 11:00: a.m. on Tuesday May 29th 1990 for the relief demanded In the Com- 7853 S. Lawrence Blvd., Keystone

.d to serve a copy of your written PUBLIC NOTICE REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO the following described property set plaint. Heights' FL 32636 joint owners doing

I..n'.s, If any to it, on TERENCE M. FINAL HEARING TO ENACT THE LAND USE PLAN forth In the Final Summary Judgement: WITNESS my hand and seal of said business under the firm name of

CC/N. ESQUIRE Terence M. Brown BRADFORD COUNTY SUBDIVISION An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and B In Block One of court on this 23rd day of April 1990. GRANDPA'S SUBS 105 Unit A, Edwards

.\ Post Offita Box 40. Slorke, Florida REGULATIONS BY THE BOARDOF land Use Plan Element and Wright and Scondreths Addition In RAY NORMAN Road Starke,, FL 32091 Intends to

"") (0040, on or before the 21>t day of COUNTY COMMISSIONERSNOTICE Map by Bradford County Florida In ac.: Hampton Florida' In accordance with Clerk of the Court register said fictitious name under the.

>y 1990 and file, the original' with thek IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant cordon with the local Government the plat thereof recorded In the office of By: Cynthia Berry Deputy Clerk aforesaid statute.

of this Court, either before service to Chapter 163 Florida Statutes, Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford 4/26 4tchg 5/.17 Dated this 20th day of April A.D.,

'he! above,named attorney or Imi the comments regarding the final hear. provided for In Chapter 163 of the County Florida; and begin at a point In 1990 In Bradford County.

.. i,utoly thereafter, otherwise a ing to enact an ordinance to adopt the Florida' Statutes.TO center of Seaboard Air Line Railwaytract NOTICE OF INTENTION.. 4/26 4tpd 5/17; Control No.465
luult will be entered against you for Bradford County Subdivision Regulationswill All where same crossed Navarre
: Citizens, Taxpayers and other TO REGISTER
the be heard the Bradford Street In of and
<' t/lief demanded In Petition by County Interestud City Hampton Florida FICTITIOUS NAME
WITNESS my hand and official seal of Board of County Commissioners May 16, persons.You on the South edge of said Navarre
and each of You are hereby and Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
Court on thai 1th day of April 1990. 1990 at 7:30 p.m In the Commissioner Street and run West along the South
herewith given notice In accordancewith Statute, notice Is hereby given that the
RAY NORMAN Room of Bradford County Courthouse, edge of the sold Navarre Street 50 feet
Florida Statutes that the Board of undersigned Erlcc J. Lan., 1525 E. Call
Clerk of the Court Stark., Florida. At the aforementioned thence run South at 90 deg. West 75 feet
County Commissioners of Bradford St., Stark., FL 32091 and N. Eric: Starling
By:Tosher Allen Dep. Clerk meeting all interested parties may ape for a point of beginning th.nc. run
County Florida designated' the Brad Hwy 301 South Lawtey, FL 32058.
I -RENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE pear fob. heard with respect lathe proposed South 90 deg West 100 feet, thence run
ford County Zoning and Planning Boardto joint owners, doing business under the Come Worship With Us
RENCrM. BROWN PAMiornoy Bradford County Subdivision West 200 feet, thence run North 100
hold a public hearing at a regular
for Wife, Regulations feet, thence East 208 feet to the point of BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
meeting held at 7:00 In the Council
r jjt Ollice BON '40 ,," ,., w''i -A, copy of the, proposed Bradford p.m. beginning, .. .. STARKE .
Room of" Starke Starke .r
'City Hall I' Corner of Pratt and Christian.
',trktt Florida 32091.00..0" I Cftunty, Subdivision,).!Regulations is Doted this 7th day of May,f 990., '
.
Flprldo on Tuesday.May79..1990, and .
., '. -' 'U '"' '*J' -1 OF
available for CHURCH GOD
">4)) 964-8272 public.inspecllan at the RAY NORMAN1;' SunaSehoolr.,
made a recommendation to the Board of t ''
i nda Bar Number 0289612 Planning and Zoning Office. City Hall. County Commissioners to consider onWednesday Clerk of the Circuit Court 422 N. St.Clair 0 94-3445 Sun. Morning Worship31:00amSun. :

"/19 4tchg 5/10 Any person deciding to appeal a declsion By: Tosher Allen, Deputy Clerk John Pastor :
June 20 1990 at the Commissioners Spratlln Evening Service 7:00 pm
Control No. 4S9 mad. at the above referenced NANCY E. YENSER
meeting may need to record the proceedings Room of the Bradford County SALTER FEIBER S YENSER We Invite you to worship with us Wed. Night Service 730pm
Courthouse Starke, Florida at 7 30
and that for such purpose, he : p.m. Post Office Drawer 1589 Attended Nursery
Ronald Hannah
need to ensure that a verbatim an Ordinance relating to Gainesville FL 32602 Sunday School _______ 10 un Pastor -
may
The rezoning of the following described _____.._. 11
record of the proceeding Is made ((904) 376-8201 Marring Worship un Asst. Pastor John Leshuk
property and amending the Comprehensive Evening. :!Service ________ epm
IIchg S/10 Cant No 478 for Plaintiff
: Land Use Plan' to provide Attorney Wednesday Youth _______. 730pm Proclaiming The flood TV Book Biased Hope
P.O. Number 3976 Florida Bar No. 222348 SilO 2tchg 5/17

.. ,
_.,--- -
-


-< ,,. s;,wf rasd os



The' E i t S s, { < y a i 11'i





683iIT rrrfcP


6< ss/"' k ms Eml mtte&Mlt \ i i I


ff '* '
> 4J ? I

.00. I:

GEORGE ROBERTS SODaBADCOCK

TULLER 'INSURANCE INCT
FibregIusWosksFURNITURE
CHIROPRACTIC CENTER
Auto*Honx/Hra Uf* BusinessUtttalsr
( Chlropr.ctlcCare : ;._ "HomiofaaShmfknadartost"
? rcatimunnojcTUiLm When You Nwd It / f
.. .. ; 9847828 '
Kim & 473-7213 : ..: e HWY JOIN St4-44_1or,*t-5SJl
Jan Johnson b:,:: _!! JI
hen A!l.i..wnr91n BIYd oJ( "onoH .. t ,


ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS /4 ,,.- ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL

inc 3, 3 HOME
.
Management &: Staff Dignified Service

HWY 301 North t, Monuments

HWY 301 S. 964-5757
964-7500

DURRANCEPUMP&SUPPLY HURST'S EXXON
Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales ,
Eyeglass -We Finance- SERVICE

"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here Attend your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. 987 N Temple Aye, '"

864-N.Temple 964-7061 964-6111
103 Edwards Rd. e 964-8588 964-7783


DOUGLAS BATTERY OF Jones Funeral Home DENMARK,FURNITURE'' lewis Umber Co. ,

STARKE' Distinguised Caring Service It's a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. ,s P.O.Box207
We rebuild alternators For Over 50 Years a -
starters ; / better at Denmark's Starke .
& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch ,r '
Ato-Mai Temple*+Cu 407 N. 964-7911 -
Keystone Heights 473-3176 ,, '

....,
MITCHELL'S DRUG STOR Community x 43'.1 k Lamp of Jesus Ministries ,
7 y \ r
Specializing in State Bank t '.f Grata If Conlgnmentl., ,. "' .
M
OLD FASHIONED SODA of Starke UcsUd off 100!s.towers! :*, .....+ ,
t KeyMonsvtaks right on 24lhAv r '' J"I
fO..AINSERVICE)" "< !
: Stukee Only HomeOwne4 follow signs. J : '> ; ;' : i
Independent Bank E..... 94-7109 ', t yr ',1 .11. .' "
"- "All Nature Sings of Jeeus" I' .
127!. Calms St e 964-7810 811 S.Walnut 964-7830


ORTON'S AUTO AND "( -' CHINA GARDEN EPPSMOTORS '" .- ,t .

TRANSMISSION SERVICE QloRy to Qofc' in the hiQhest. '..r '1': ..:
....-....._ P Ha rood k Write ..'
"";--::: NO Temple.ATe.f .1.nb on eARth PEACE 0006 will towARfc men.Illkf : Quality Used Cars'South .'

::ee f .()*. Hock Hartk OUR Ie) : 2.I 04 '.

i71. .
twee M MM On) 964-8358" .'
Bee S.Walnut 944-W17 04-IMiM ee4-eBO' Hwy.301 ;


Mosley Tire Co. ':.NOEGEUS AUTO CORBETTS TIRES &1 Allents Office Supplies 'WESTERN" STEER FAMILY"


US 301 N...Starke SALES SERVICE and Printing Company STEAK.HOUSE

.. From M of us at Western Steer
Tire s.
&Auto
964-6600 *,"ViWrip: IIt'-1. ftid uxek Complete .
every RerxIY Art Supplies e Custom ftunlng US 301 South

24 HR Wrecker Service; : *t the church of /JU'dtcia. 402 N.T.r....-HWY 301M ePrinlnseomc.SuppUee .

Custom made exhaust (eme -. 1018>I N.Temple 964-6461 964-6436 113 E. Can St. .964-8925 '9648061t

.
FLORIDA NATIONAL: :.,:- NMTUTOE Terwillegar Motors Inc. CROSLEY 11Insurance "


BANK .,. '. Sales & Service MANUFACTURING u:.. l ::1-,: Y.>t A.Lt )IIDC:

Officers, Directors &.'.,, "Ml Ilit'right part: *Mail On 206 W. Madison & US 301Starke CORPORATION. 440 W.MadlllOft. "

'' "87tt fleets' -964-7200 ( Shopping Center) Car Center
>
Staff 159 W. Brownlese Rd. 964-6060 SR 21- Keystone Heights Mark Mullins &: Employees 964-4695 I 864'N.Tempi 964-8018


.
'
.



.... ... t.,. 't -..-,. .. '".. .-.,. : 4. ... r

,












I starve Area Ads A PERSONAL WONDERFUL Australian, Europeanl FAMILY SERVICES EXPERIENCE Scandinavian: [ Keystone Area Ads J I I


: Japanese exchange students ,
.
E: : FOR""li $AC'E) : '- ,if arriving in August. Become a
HELP WANTED
F'QR"RENT, ; Host Family/American Intercultural
MARYS VARIETY SHOP: Sale,wicker, Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SI3- YARD SALES FOUND
used lumlture... appliances. TV1* FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all mill- TRUCK DRIVERS:Take this Job and love LING 17
microwaves, V\#R's, .You name 1.1 I ties paid. From $37.50 up weekly. It. Call: 1-600-643-3331 J.B. Hunt WANT TO DRINK THATS YOUR BUSINESS GARAGE.And Moving Sole. Satur., May ANTIQUE RING-in Keystone. Call to ID.
carry III.Aiwa looking for such Iteni.. MAGNOLIA HOTEL. Walnut St. EOE Subject to drug'screen. WANT TO STOP? THAT'S 12. 9-5 SE 63rd Str.... Follow the 473-7047 leave message on recorder.
Stop In If you wish to sell something. Stark, In front of Post Office.HEAD 15 OURSI! Alcoholics Anonymous, 964- signs. Itpd3-I0

304 E. Call St, 964-3250. Evening 13 EXPERIENCED, HAIR DRESSER. 3619. 984-4150. 984-8614. 17 FRIDAY-9a.m. to 2 p.m.. Highway 100 to
call 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. FOR THE HILLSI This coming Glenda's Shear Design. 9644151.. ADOPTION:Professional couple with lots 219 right on Gustafson Rood. Follow NOTICE
TFN 12 summer season get a respite from the RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs ol love seeks newborn to share our signs. ItchgSIOSATURDAV8
PIANO FOR SALE: Responsible party to heat and enjoy the cool mountain air welder with mechanical ability. Ap-. happy and secure home. Confiden a.m. to 2 p.m. 7869 SR-100. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
assume small monthly payment on and unsurpassed beauty of th* Blue ply In person Mon.-Frt. 8:30-4: p.m. atKuslom tial. All expenses paid. Call Debby ItpdS-IO to the Lake Region Monitor office
Spinet piano. Can be seen locally. Ridge Mountains In the Land of Wa Karr Corp Reynolds Industrial and Carl' any at 800-221-6489 SATURDAY-May 12. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Din- In writing and paid In advance
Credit Dept., 904-254-0481. terfalls. Write or call for our FREE Park Hwy 16 sat, Green Cove ( ) 17' Ingroom ..t. w/buffet. Girls clothe unless credit I is already establishedwith
SELECT VE this office.MONITOR .
12 RENTAL and/or LISTING BRO. INTRODUCTIONS.National (lies 8-12 lots of misc. 6351 CR-352.-
OPPORTUNITIES
LOTS OF MISCELLANEOUS: L-shaped CHURES. CARLEN APPRAISAL A IN AUSTRALIA: personal Introductions network. You 4739833. 1tchg3-IO STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
couch with queen size bed In 5$50; REALTY 220 Highway 64 W. Lake Opening available In several areas, select age area and personal Interest RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
glass table and choirs $150; Ken- Toxaway N.C. 28747. Phone. will train. For Info.caN 708-742-8620, Leave your own personal Introduction CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
WANTED
wood stereo $1200; wall unit, $30; ((800)866-7129.) 13 ext and contact other singles. 1- THE TELEPHONE.
kerosene heater.$80;two end tables.TRUSTWORTHYYARD'NHOMESALE. OUN'S SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS HIRING: 9004203595. $2/Mln. 17 Classified deadline I II 11.00 o.m. Tuesday -
$151both; men' 10-Ipeed bike $35. loll for .rent water and sewer furnished $16.500-$62.0OO Year. Amazing recorded WANTED 85 OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE.' CARPOOL-Between Keystone and NAS prior to Thursday' publication.
Call 473.7434. 12 cable tv available. 782-3333 message.reveals details.602- We to lose 9-1 00 Ibs.As seen Jax. 7:30 to 4 teave Keystone at 6 Minimum charge Is $3.50 for IS words
pay you
TFN 13 744-6868. F for a.m. Call 4734470. 1tchg3-3 then 15 cents for each additional word.If .
: Dept. employment on TV. Call 3054603321.
Over 100 Items on salo. Lawnmower HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for directory. 15 17ADOPTION NEED A SITTER-For your elderly motheror bills or. mailed out there will be a
$109.99 rent Close to prison. Call 4681323. father? OR a nice place for them to $3.00 billing charge.
;one gal.Spray Doo,$14.09; RN-OR: Day shift micro-hand sun ry. : Happily married financially
work glove,89 cents; 11/4 gal.plastic TFN 13 OR experience preferred. Apply 10 secure professional couple wish to live? Call Nancy at 473-4669 anytime. Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171
gas can. $1.88; 32 gal. Rubbermaid STATE EMPLOYEES need a home close/ Ramadan Hand Institute Lake Butler adopt newborn. Will provide much Keystone Ht... FL 32636AUTOMOBILES
trash can with wheel, $13.99; to your work? We have dean mobile Hospital, phone 1-4,96-2323. love and education warmth financial FURNITURE
rural mail boxes $4.99; spray paint homes available. caR 4681323. TFN \ security. All expenses paid. Confi
$Ul9; 12 olectrlo string trimmer. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY ATTENTION: EARN MONEY TYPINGAT dential. Call! Peter/Margaret's any 1- BROWN COUCH-And Chair $79.00. Life
$31.99; Mated lumber plywood WATER. SEWER,CABLE TV. 2 BR HOME! 32.000 yr/lncome 800-221-6489 (R-260)) 17 R.clin.rChair '/ price-J5OO. 473-0301. 1971 PONTIAC -Ventura 2-door. Great
hardware, building supplies. Free 1 BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13 tial. Details. 1-602-838-8885, Ext T-. ADOPTION:A loving sensitive financially 1tpd3-10 gift for grad. $1350. 473-7656 bet. 7p.m.9
delivery. VIsa/MC. 7 miles South of MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY 17283. 15 secure professional couple want to p.m. 4tchg9-3-10-17-24
Stark on 301. 468-2824. Stephen WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 964- REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE NEEDED: share their lives with a newborn.: HELP WANTEDCAREER IS DODGE CHARGER-A/C, PS, 1'8. AT.
Smith Lumber and Trustworthy Building 7498 TFN 1J Will send to school and teach. Call Expenses paid.Call Jean & Isabella's 99.000 miles. Ass $1300 oboe

Supply. Sale ends May 17. 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH BRICK HOME: Susan Faulkner 964-5069. ally 1-600-221-6489. (R-264)) IN REAL ESTATE.We train. Call 413.7412.2tpd5.10..17FOR

NEW POTATOES:White or red.SO cent* Between Starke and Keystone 15WATKINS ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, button Dean Waver Watson Realty Corp
per pound. Can 964-621 S. 12 Heights. Crystal Lake access. References DEALERS NEEDED: To sell holes, patches.etc. Drop off and pick REALTORS 473-4816 or 479-2272. SALE
LARGE SCREEN DOOR:Paid$18. Best required. Fenced yard comer AWatkins Products.Earn 25%to 50% up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- 6mochg-l I-3O-5-3O
Offer. 9643508.12KILL lot paved street 9644910. Profit Call collect (904)) 782-3068. 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from INSURANCE SALES-Excelf.nt/ career op- LUXURY CONDO-End Unit 3BR/2BA.
LAKE WEEDS: Proven Aquadde 13 15PAYDAY Southslde Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN portunity training and benefits. Utll. room garage, screen porch
Pellets spread like grass seed Works TWOBEDROOM MOBILE HOME: $250 EVERYDAYII)! International 17PRESSURE $225-5350 w..kly. Western Southern overlooking Geneva Springs. $64,000.
effectively at any depth. For facts call per month, $100 deposit Call 964- company expanding throughout Florida WASHING: Houses sidewalks Life. 376-5811. 4tchg4-19-26/3-3-IO .415-3116..lng.. 51chg5.331CHAMPION
1.800-328.9350Aquadde Company 8614. 13 Part time/full time flexible hours. driveways. Roof Repairs. Tree CASHIER-Kitchen h.fp. Apply 7419 SR DW-24x52. 3BR/2BA CH/A.
16279th Street Dept FLC P.O. Box FURNISHED ONE ROOM COTTAGe: We train. No door to door. No tele Surgeon. Call 964-634I. Terry Parks. 21 N, Keystone Height, 473-4443. Take over pmts. $22B/mo. Balance Due
10748 White Bear Lake, MN 55110. Sleeps one. Utilities Included. $2007 marketing. Incredible Incomell!! (305)) TFN 17 2tchg4-26-9-3 11800. Will move. 473-2S97..

U-PICK. SNAP BEANS: 16 East fromstarke. Mo. On Hwy 100 South. Call 964- 5373696. 15 CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free estimates. RETIRED PERSON-to fill In a* Mini. 4lpd4.l9-26.3-10
Left on NE 20th Ave. Bring 7255. 13 ATTTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI) Start HANDYMAN FENCE CO., storage manag.r during vacation sick PIANO-Responslble party to assume
.. No poison 12 LARGE 3 BR. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: In $1 1.41/hour. For application Info, call owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. day. and occasional odd days off. Call small monthly payments on spinet
SEAR KENMORE Wasrnr.$75.00.Call Excellent location. $310/Mo., $100 -602-838-8835, Ext M1 1 72C3,6 om- TFN 17STRICKLAND'S 4737683. 3chp4-26/! -30. piano. Can be seen locally. Credit
7823990. 12 deposit. Call 964-8704. 13 10 pm. 7 day. 15 SEWING MACHINE Dept. 9042548481. 3tchg 4-26-5.10
COLEMAN GAS FURNACE 7900' 2 BDRM. MOBILE HOME In town on city ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING SALES AND SERVICE: All makes SERVICES NEW WHIRLPOOL-Wlndow olr-
SerlelS Standing Unit $300 Firm. lot with chain link fenced yard. Available BOOKS. $32.000yrIncome poten and models cleaned oiled and adjusted conditioner 10,000 BTU 110 Volt. Used
furnished or unfurnished. Call tial. Details,call 1-602-836-8885.Ext. ROOFING AND work 2 weeks.. Sale slip and balance of $300
Colt 964-7584 or 7823367. $15. New and used sewing REPAIR-Quality at
Bk 17283.
One small 2 old 964-4757. 13 15 machines. Hwy 233 & IS (Morgan reasonable rat... Call George at obo. Warranty. Call Darlene at
FOR SALE ,
PIANOS :
IN LAWTEY: Mobile home. 2 BR. 1 BA. .ATTENTION: EASY WORK EXCEL- 4730864.GVMPAC) .
473-2977 473-3480 home .
Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 or ( )
All In good condition
upright very $250/Mo. 7823481. 13 LENT PAYI) Assemble products at 1900-Fltnes System $150.00.
Also Piano Tuning and Repair. 964-, home.: Details, call 1- 2-838-8865, CHILD CARE: After school, evenings, 4tchgS310172431DRYWA1L Exercise bicycle, llfestyler 950 Dual
5497.12 EFFICIENCY ROOMS:On US 301 South nights and weekends. For mature, AND PAINTINO-Small |lob
Ext W-17283. 15'
OUVER DIESEL FARM TRACTOR:With of Starke. Clean, quiet heat and air. PART TIME: Energetic Individual needIng ..reliable dependable care call 064-. peclallst Available night and Action $130.00. Like new. 165922692tchgSIO17

Bushhog mower, $2500. Call 964- No pots. Utilities paid.964-5687.TFNONE part time Income. Kennel work, 8522. TFN 17 weekends. EVANS DRYWALL. BABY CRADLE-Brown Jenny-LInd style.
PAINTING 473-7574. 4 pd, 4-3/26
Interior
13 : & Exterior. Also car-
8662.12 yard maintenance, odd lobs, eta with white
Complete mattress new
APART M AND
BEDROOM M-MOWING.
AND TWO work. Free estimates. Call Any
SNAPPER RIDING MOWERS SALE OR Call ( Starke). 9644127.. 15PRESSER pentry I average eyelet, bumper pad. and 3 cradle
No lawn-$1O. 473.4055.
MENTS: $175/Montii. pets. anytime, 964-8458. 17
BOAT etc. : Dependable and responsible
TRADE FOR ,motorcycle 13 4tchg41219265.3 sheets. $65.00. 4734470.
964-2796. FRE E DENT ALSCREENING
during May.
Good condition. .: 11 hp grassbagger person needed. Experlence.requlred. ROOFING 8 work Bft. SLIDING-Glass Door. $100.
$750. 8 hp $275. Call 964-< Apply In person New Method Cleaners Will Board get patient.paid if you Call qualify 335-9984 as Dental and reasonable rate REPAIR-Quallty*. Call George at at Telephone 473-9139. 2lpdS-10-17

4757. 12 BOOKSPUBLICATIONS, : 311 N. Temple Ave., Starke. leave 17 473-2977. or home 433480. 4tchg3-24 REFRIGERATORFreeier on top. $125. ex.
DRAFTING TABLE by Omni. Uke new. SALE'S/COUNTER PERSON NEEDED: message. cond. Washing machlne-$3O. 473-2241.
: 'LET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK': HOUSECLEANING-I will clean your
$55.00. Cal 9644757. 12 Require neat dependable person with Residential and Commercial, reason home. Reliable, honest, very good Itpd 5-10
BICYCLES: Various size, from $15 to experience working with public.Apply BSAUTIFUL-liko new gowns. Just In time
..
able rates, FREE estimates Specializing r.f.r.nc. 3 yrs. experience. Call.
$25. Call 964:4757. 12 MONEY FORCOLLEGEGUARANTEED: In person, New Method Cleaners 311N. In Houses Pools Mobile Homes JULIE 4739839 3tpd5-l0-17-24 for proms, beauty pageant, etc. Sizes

17 CF GE REFRIGERATOR: With Ice- Scholarships, grants and low Interest Temple Ave., Starke. 15 Businesses. Call R & S PRESSURE BABYSITTING-ln my ha.... Breakfast 5 thru 12. Diana 473-7837,
maker$175.Call 964-9553 after 5:30: loans. For more Information write ACT NOW! Little spending money ora lot WASHING Randy 96434779645601 lunch and snacks Includ.d-b.for. or .73-mt.11pd5-tO
12 National College Financial Service Work from home. 500 item catalog Stefan 9642281.tfn after school. References available
'79 PoRD GRANADA, 4 dr., good condi Northpoint Office, 6295 Old Canton free training paper supplies, a $300 17HANDY upon request. Available Monday- HOMES FOR SALE
don$875Camperraller$850.964; Road, Jackson, MS 39211. 1-800- kit, prices for hostesses. Hiring supervisors MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting Friday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call Pennl
3728.12 327-6891. Dept M. 18 and and demonstrators now. Plumbing,Electrical Decks,Additions 4730642. 2tpdS.10.17 GREAT LOCATION-Counlcy decor
225 AMP K 4 G A.C:ARC WELDER. w/ MONEY/CREDIT NOT NEEDED. Make Decor and more. Call collect 786- Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local FLOOR SAGGINDOOR 2BR/2BA CB Home w/flreplace. completely

,100''leads. $250 964-7194 T vrwrifeftj > rs'wr I, real estatelortune.8ookrevealsmany. s 6794.. ask for Louisa !Hodges.-: references.Woody Hewitt, 964- DRAGQIN.HOUSE OUT OF remodelled In 1988 assumableVA
elil ; e& 'lf j hJHD lRU ; NGER:!Muslhave good 5405.$ TFN17 LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for loan. Call today Sue Still 473-0723
LOfrtdtflSWtorertzo MVRwilling PAINTING! 'AND REPAIRS: Residentialor Redfeam-Rlchardson Realty, Inc..
1 BUILDING ] .I\\ to work 6 days a week. all your foundation/ repair. 4737721.BRADFORD .
: DrIVe Green Acreti: <'.'Ratford' TIRED OP YOUR MORTGAGE Book Apply In person at Davis Express, US commercial. Satisfaction quaran- TEN 17 473-1136. Toll free l. oo..9 0..0036.
Road. 964-2142.. 12 will show you how to cut off thou- 301 South. 15 teed. Terms available. Local refer SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: 4tchg<4/5-4126
PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted responsibleparty sands. Recorded message gives FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS: Interview ences,Woody Hewitt 964-5405.TEN'LET Septic tank pumpouta at reasonable MOBILE HOME-S3993. Must be moved.
to assume small monthly pay- details. (24 hrs). 3726150. by appointment only. Call 9647303ask 17 prices also drain line repairs.Starke. 2BR/1BA front kitchen. 473-1678.
mentson piano.See locally.CallCreditManager 18 for Chris. 15 US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK": 964-8121. TFN 17
at 1-800-233-8663. LADY LOOKING FOR COMPANION to Residential and Commercial, .reasonable FOR SALE RENT OR TRADE: 2 BR FOR RENTLAKEFRONTHoneymoon
share her home.Rent free,only share rates FREE estimates. Specializing trailer one fenced acre 2 out buildings -

,' ,, utilities and food. Call 964-8323 for in Houses,Pools,Mobile Homes, wrap around deck, 4* well and cottage. 1BR
screened
: Interview. 15 Businesses. Call R & S PRESSURE landscaped. 782-1408. 18 unfurnished porch good

NOEGEr])S 'AUTO ,S'AT'ES' : WV' NIGHT CLERK: Preferrably mature per- WASHING Randy. 96434779645601 fishing and swimming boot.
Reasonable
I, V! or Stefan 9642281.tfn. rates, near KeystoneHeights.
e.k1y"" :, ,. \ )J son with experience.Apply In person 17BECOME BOATS FOR SALE 4734186. 3tchg<4-26/5.3.10
"
: :
\ Best Western Motor Inn 1290 N.
ay'ertt ; 1 ffieptf Temple Ave. Starke. 15 A PARALEGAL Nationally .LUXURY CONDOEnd Unit 3BR/2BA. Utll!
176 CHAPARRAL-70
flWY,30tN, j t t. 6t 'F accredited, attorney Instructed home Hp Mercury. Room CH/A garagescreened porch
OFFICE PERSONNELNEEDEDforbusy: Motor run well. 473-3193. overlooking Geneva Spring $550 mo.
financial
doctor's office. Send resume to P.O. study. Established 1976, aid.FREE .
41pd419283.10
M' #t r1Dt'1{ \ J z' 35; PER WEEK: i'Z't L Box 190. Starke. FL 32091. Southern. catalog.Career 1-800-669-2555.Institute Drawer LAKSFRONTHoneymoen 475-3116 5tchg3/3-31 cottage, 1BR

S 2158. Boca Raton FL 33427.WANTED FOR RENTLAKEFRONTHon.ymoon unfurnished, screened porch good
77 Olds Delta 88 $595 HOMES FOR SALE 17 fishing and swimming boat.

#3274 89 OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE.We cottage. 1BR Reasonable rates, near Keystone
2 AT PS PB AC. :
V8 Dr. ,
FOR SALE BY OWNER: BR, 11/2 Bath to lose 10-29 Ibs. In thenext30days.100guaranteed,100 unfurnished screened porch good Height. 473-4186. 3tchg4-26/3-3-10
CB home.Living room,dining,kitchen, pay you and boat.
81 Chevy Chevette % fishing swimming IBM SQ.F7.-3BR/2BA. garage, den.
$1295 large family room w/flreplace built- Reasonable ,
rates n.ar Keystone $475/mo. plus d. o.lt. 264-0193.
natural. Doctor recommended.
4 4 Dr. AT AC. 03318 in (303)
Cyl. bar. Screened In back porch small 537-9417. 17 Heights. 4734186. 3tchg4-26/S-3-10 SINGLE,WHITE. CHRISTIAN GENTLE
pool. Fenced backyard bam w/elec- DODGE'S LANDCLEARING Fill Dirt. LUXURY CONDOEnd Unit. 38R/2BA Utll MAN, 56 old "needs room-
78'Dodge' Aspen S/W : years
tricity. 9645647. 16
CH/A, garage.screened porch
1O95 Room mate' to chare In nice
6 Cyl., 4 Dr. AT. PS. PB. AC. '3319 WATERFRONT: High and Dry on North Topsoil Clay, Bulldozing Drivewaysa overlooking Geneva Springs. $550 mo. home expenses Lake Brooklynand
Roads, Lots Cleared. Septic Dirt peaceful near
tide of Lake. old
2 house
Sampson yr. You Haul or We Haul. Tim Murrhee, 473-3116 51chgS3.3tLAKEFIONTHon.ymoan new Milers Mall. Call Don, 6 am
76 Ford Elite.
$595 on 2 acre lot Workshop, 220 ft dock cottage, 1BR for
9 30 Cost $200/Month
Bus. 473-7691; Home 473-4070. to : p.m. runs
2 Dr. V8. AT. PS.; PB, AC. #3314 many extras. $89,500. By owner. Call 17NICK'S unfurnished screened porch good heat.air phone,and rent 473.0301.tfn
964-4849. 16 and boat.
fishing swimming
LANDSCAPE ft LAWN SERV-
r"99 > j% ,:JTt: :DOWN : : Lakefront 4 BR,2 BA wl2-cargarage. ICE: ( Ruby Harper) H.fights. 4734186. 31chg<4-26/5-3-10

CH/A. 964-2106 or 128543OOMISCELLANEOUS expanding our business and takingon I SCO SQ.FT.-3BR/2BA. garage den. 1.1 ACRES.Paved road MH okay. Low, I
Reliant Clean-outs
$3 Plymouth $ new accounts. trimming 264-0199.
S47S/mo. plus deposit.
16958O low down payment. $8.300.00 O/B
landscaping.
/ mulching, mowing and
,
4 Cyl., 4 Dr AT PS. PB. AC. 3264 2lpd5-3-10 I-659-2369 2lchgS1017BEAUTIFUtWooded
.964-5780 daytime;782-3354
LAKEFRONT COTTAGSS-2BR sandy
one acre lot on lake
Chrysler New Yorker $ 695 POP-UP CAMPER: 1975 Bon Air sleeps/ evenings. 17 beach, dock screened porch.Fur Geneva, private fish pond. Terms
V8. 4 Dr AT. PS. PB. AC. 3271 8.Ale and heal.. $1800. Good condi- REMODELING, ROOFING ROOM nished/unfurnished. 473.1444. 473-2032. 4tchaS-IO-17-24-31
tion. Call 964-5875 after 4 o.m. :TFN ADDIITIONS: Carports, conc..tework Itpd 5-1 OX(tfn) TWO ACRE ESTATE: Near Golf Course.
79 Ford Van $ 95 1985 34 FT.CROSS COUNTRY MOTOR aluminum or vinyl siding and PURNISHED-3 Air-conditioned studio Attractive 3 BR/2 BA quality-built
VS. AT. PS/PB. *3290 HOME by Sportcoach Fully self, con- soffit systems. Free estimates. Call apartment on lake Geneva. Dock and home. Fireplace, garage. On paved
tained with alt options. Automatic Garrison Construction 964-6281. laundry privileges. $27S/mo. $273 dep. road. 70900. Call Trevor Waters
70 Ford F100 P/U $795 levelling Jacks, awning all windows. anytime. Mark Garrison license no. 4732919. 4tchgS-10-17-24-31 Century 21 Showcase Properties

6 Cyl.. .Std. Tran., '3307 Garaged since new. 7823140. E-14255. 17 Broker. 473-4903. 16

<2.D d WN.s 1 dt ;;s0; / .PER':WEEK'# -


[ Union County Area Ads]
80 Mercury Capri $2495 ,I I

6 Cyl.. 2 Dr. AT. PS PB. AC. 328S ,, Ii i

80 Celica .
Toyota $2495 FOR SALE HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDLAKE
4 :: ; AC. '3211 NOTICE

81 Dodge Aries S/W $2295 ILL'S APPLIANCE USED SALIS AND ATTENTION ,EASY WORK EXCELLENT BUTLER APPAREL COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-

4 Cyl.. 4 Dr. AT. PS. PB. AC. 03279 REPAIR. SERVICE. Buy some, Mil some PAn Assemble products at ho..... WANTS YOU I Are you a dedicated person mined to the Union County Times office
... Detail.. (1) 602-838-8883 Ext. W9127. who has experience In the sewing
trod torn, fix 10. 4962090. 4tpd. In writing and paid In advance
83 Chevy Impala $1995 4/12-4/26 than TFN. 3tpd. 510524. field? Or are you Interested In learning unless credit I I. already establishedwith
GOVERNMENT HOMES from we train we offer steady employ
V8. 4 Dr. AT. PS. PB. AC 3304 PIANO FOR PALE Responsible party to > ATTENTION this office.
assume' small( monthly payment on $1 (U-repalr). Dellquent tax property. m.nt. Training Incentives, paid vacation THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
/" Can be seen locally. Repossessions. Call 1.6028388885.Ext. credit union profit snoring,attendance MISTAKES IN
t piano. FOR
.I..fDcow'f 1 j p $40 PER WEEK't .pln.t GH-9127 3/10-3/24. Stpd. Incentive, medical and life In..uranc. RESPONSIBLE
Credit Dept. 904-234-8481. Stchrg. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
4/26-5/10. ATTENTION POSTAL JO**I Start .. Apply In person 250 S.E. 6th
81 Chevy Monte Carlo $2 TRAVEL TRAILER 23', clean self! containd. $11.41/hour 1 For exam and application Ave. .r. 2tchro.3/10-3/17. Classified THE TELEPHONE.deadline I I. MONDAY S

VS. AT PS. 1>D. AC. 03276 awnings A.C. $2500 or trade for Info call ((1)) 219 836-8137 ..t. 147 8 .P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
$ pkk-up. 496-1186. Itpd. 5/10. a.m.-8 p.m.CST) 7 days. 2tpd. YARD SALE Minimum charge I 13 words for S3.SO,
83 Ford Escort < QQ 3/17-9/24. then 19 cent for each word thereafter.BULLOOO .
4 Cyl.. 4 Dr. 5 Speed. AC. '3278 Se7C7I> PERSONAL SERVICES J'J PAVING CONSTRUCTION MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE Saturday. LOST WHITE WITH BLACK
Driveways, fill dirt grading. 496-3446 May 12, from B.OO a.m. until 3:00 p.m. SPOTS In Providence. Bob-tall make
83 E-Class $2895 Lak. Buller. 4lchrg. 4/26. 5/26. location: Bobby/Reglna Parrlsh Home. with spike collar. Pinch gut area. If
Chrysler PS PB. AC. 3265 Will DRILLING AND SEEK TANKS Dor- GET PAID TOP MONEY Use your nursing 3 miles south of Lake Butler on SR 231pod found call 496-3906. Chuck or Dora ICIye"
4 ,
man W.II and Septic Tank Inc.24 skill and enloy variety. Corrections, ( North Florida Reception' Center). Itpd 310.NETTLES.
80 GMC Sierra P/U $2995MMllDOWNj .Inch water well*. Pumps- sole., ser- hospital, etc. $18 to $23 an hour for Televisions, Furniture Tire.
vice. Installation. septic tanks, lift RN's $12.30 to $13 per hour for LPNs. Draperies Bedspread Clothe end
VS. AT. PS. PB. #3263 stationsNew Installation dralnflald' Start Today! Join The 'winner. much more._.... Call 496-3469 for TREE

$,45 .PERxWEEKM repairs. Contact Bryan (Sk..t.r) 1-800-436-9882. 4tchrg. 53524. more Information. IKhrg. 3/10. e
; ; 0 ,:" s Jones-273-2004- Jon 275-3716. RAIPORD TOWN COUNCIL I I. now accepting OVER 3000 ITEMS Fri., Sat.. Sun., May SERVICE

After 6 p.m.Stated licensed- work application for the position of 11, 12 13. Furniture, Household Item,
85 Ford T-Bird 449S guaren.....- free estimate 1/25 Stpd. town clerk. Applicant must be a resident car clothing for all age, toy, tool 4 emC)1'aJPtw1l; >( Jt,1'd t
In the city limit of Ralford: and all and other Items. At Intersection :
'3262 many
AC. rU 'xnosslng.
V8. AT. PS PD. PILL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerack light
applicants must be received no later Highway 100 East and CR !1J5 north In .
>
poles. wells or package deal Culvert.a 1 I
83 Pontiac.Gran Prix $3695 dozier work. Call 275-2268 7 a.m.-7 than Jun. 4. 1990. 2tchrg. 53510. Bradford County.Call 4962842. Itchrg. tewo

V6. A1: PS, PD..AC, .329.... p.m. 275-2197, after 7 p.m 14tpd. 3/1, ATTENTION HOME 32,000/yr.EARN MONEY Income TYPING potential.AT FOR RENT Specializing; In Removal Trees of
131.WAIHla.. Dangeroua
85 Chevy Celebrity s81W 4295!!!! DRYER REFRIDOERATOR AND Detail. ((1) 602-338-8883 Ext. T-9127. FREE Estimates

.... 4 Dr._AT._ps. PD. AC STOVE also appliance repairs. Stpd.: 3/3-3/17. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 2 bd. I bo. Ucenaed &: Insured
**fjmff e a l i e e8O '496-2090. EOW-TFN. NEED HOUSIOBANER 494-3346. 2tpd. with appliance $230 per _"'-1220 CaD Thomas D. Nettles

Ford F-1OO P/U $349'!!! NETTLES TREE SERVICE:All type tree 3/10 5/17. deposit. call 496-3509 or 4962995. 490-1320 e lake Butler
.LwB AT ps B. AC._ 3301 4tpd. 9/10-3/31.
I 6 Cyl.. > work. 496-1326. tin 17.








_.
- n



. .

( ,'J









.I I

40,000 Readership Guarantees You Results


When You Use Our Classifieds IT'S SIMPLE! i

ruJiUCJ'i1f'REALTY

964-6305 473-2210 496-2261


w

J' ", 'J. ,. ,. ....
MOBILE HOMES .YYARDSACES) :: ._ :
'" '" I4J I

e- LOTS OF WHATNOTS, dishes, tools, PHONE 064-7776 m
'71 BRONCO 4 WHEEL DRIVE: 351Wlnd.or. baby Items lead crystal, vending
3 speed. $2.000 or best NEW24x52SKYLINE:3BR.2BA.: Shingle machines and lots of goodies to gander TIMESHARE UNfTS.DISTRESSSALES L iL J 205 N.Temple Starke '
roof masonlte siding. Payment only World selections. :
!) Wide
offer.Cast)376-1866 days 964-8682 904-364-5197. at. Saturday, May 12, 8 til 11511 Cheap Cheap ,
$205/Mo. Call Jim.
Network 1-
*. 2 .Call Vacation today.
St. Clair St Rain cancels. 7
82 DODGE D-504x4-$2600.00. Call 4DELUXE 800-826-7644 NATL 18008261847.lo Cecella Terwlllecar
GARAGE SALE 11.12. tools
:May :Guns ,
9647173. 5/102lpd5/17 14x70,3 BR.2 BA.5%Down w/ walker FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 SPECIALS OP THE WEEK

GOVERNMENT SEIZED AUTOS SELL approved credit Call Val or Jim.904- o-crib tires baby, playpen swing, sofa/bed,stroller loveseat port-, 155. ACRES In Middle Tennessee Good 3........,1 Beth M/H...3 Acres el beeutHwl lend Very neetly. _"'curetI.
ING LOW AS$100 at auctions your 364-5197. 4 single bed, exercise bike carpets, hunting. Good location.Only$295.00per CH/A. Owner fln_.
areal) Get auction locations by subscription NEW 1990 DOUBLEWIDE 4 BR 2 BA. lamps sheets bedspreads dungarees acre. Will divide./ 20% Down.Call BEAUTIFUL 3 51,1 1/2 BA Home w/1....fenced.to.'playground ere in beck.
direct to you. For amazing For only $235 per month. Call Jim or ,drapes and 1978 Ford Granada. after 8 p.m. ((615)) 722-5607 or 722-: CHI w/.t.,...shed.,carport end the neighborhood.to_1IIIIerhI.AM..me
details, call 1-(802)( ) 479-6106. Ext. Val 9043645197. 4 3812.10 edvantages eewntewn living. .....
7 miles South of Starke on Road 100. e quiet $52.000
FREE FREE Credit Check and
FREE woodedlots
20. 2 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST:
1985 FORD RANGER: $500 down assume Pro-approval on mobile home loans. BEAUTIFUL BABY AND MATERNITY river access. $5950 each. No HOMES
payments of$OS/month.. 964- Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B CLOTHES, baby Items, household money down. $71.41 month. Owner. HANDSOME 1-ITORV CEDAR! NOME w/beautVful vl.w of lake Sampson.
3728. 2ATTENTION Homes, Lake City, FL 4 misc. Saturday only 9 am Ill 1? 1003 1-238-4579 or 1-622-2438; TFN.LOOKING Located 'In Brlmwood' Point.3BR/2BA, Central Heat pump,carpeted Insulated
: GOVERNMENT SEIZED BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- Southgato Drive, off Colley Road.FRIDAY 10 windows,. skylights, mahogany ..t:doors; sunken tub calling tons, 2205 SF'
VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes wide. $1,000 On. Pmt Singlewlde 7 '; -" d. WANTED "', living room, 1S37 SF wrap-around porch. Must see to appreciate. Owner
Corvettes, Chows. Surplus $500 dn.pmt. Everyone can buy bad & SATURDAY: Tub, toilet and \ "; ._ .I financing qualified) buyer. $109,000
Buyers Guide. 1-602-838-8885 Ext credit or no credit. Call 755-5114 basin, baby clothes, portable shed, c' PRESTIGIOUS HOME In the city of Stark. 4BR/3BA, fireplace wood floors.
A-17283. 2 Circle B Homes, Lake City. FL. glass sliding doors. Many other items) FOR A FEMALE BLOOD- Many extras.609 W.CaIlSt..t.
$129.000
Call 4 617 E. Water Street. 7 HOUND.We have a male full blooded
82 BUICK REGAL: 4 Dr.. $1200.
COUNTRY aUB AREAi3BR/21/2 BA brick home hot .
533-2474. 2 1990 DOUBLE WIDE:24x44.3 BR. 2 BA. WANT A BARGAIN? Back Porch Sale redbone bloodhound. Would like to ,fireplace,pool tub Immaculate
1982 CHEVY CAPRICE: $800. O.B.O. Wood siding and shingle roof plus 791 Pratt Street,Saturday,8 am Ill ?? breed for puppy or if you have a puppy condition. $129,000
UNION COUNTY Immaculate 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA brick home off 100W. Wolf
Will trade. 964-6175 or 473-9247. free delivery and set up.14995.Call for tale. Please call 964-5647.
2FOR 755-5114.Circle B Homes Lake City. BIG YARD SALE: Stove, refrlg, lots of 11 manicured lawn w/complete MH hookup.On 1 Ac.Creative fin $49. 00
FL 4 misc.,brand new toys furniture clothIng RESTORABLECARSORTRUCKS.1970 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOME Gorgeous landscaping.3BR/3BA.
COMMERCIAL;PROPERTf LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT IN FLORIDA plants lots of household goods. or prior. 984-8175 or 4739247. Must to believe) Call for Details
RENT-IE AS e-sAtEiT;: : All new homes 5% Down. 14 Fri. & Sat. 9-5 p.m. North on 301 11 MOBILE HOME ON 2 AC.W/20V301 pole barn nke neighborhood. Call for
wldes start at $500 down Double- Strawberry Acres, follow signs. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER LOOK- Details '
LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED wides at $800 down. Call 755-5115 7 .. ING FOR A JOB. Reasonable rates. NICE 3 BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOMI In the country. Hardwood floors, with 5
1000 sq ft fast food location across Circle B Homes, Lake City. FLANIMALSPETS ." ': No business too small Call?4851684. .ocr.of land.Home Is priced to sell Col) Today
from KOA/Wal Mart. 964-8846, evenings .' : :. .BOATS .- .
473-3627 TFN 3 .1 ., 1 ; IFOR I.S te"; .,_ LOTS AND ACREAGE
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE FOR 1983 PROCRAFT: Maroon and silver
RENT:Up to 1600 sq. ft.Will remodel OR\'SALE: real sporty) 171/2 Foot 135 Mariner MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.AS LOW AS TWO LOTS R.ady to build on. Beautiful location. Lakewood Estates.A veryprestigious
to suit or rent. Negotiable. On Hwy Oil Injected Powertrim,Stainless prop, $1400 PER MONTH. CALL 964- neighborhood. Call today for more Information
301 next to UI Skeeters A Insurance WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE 28 lb. thrust Mariner trolling motor, 6946. 12ALUMINUM 2 LOTS. IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot UffxUO1, Ready develop. Invest
World. 1-800-771-7283. TFN HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR?It LCR 2000 Hummlnblrd depth finder NEWSPAPER today for tomorrows future.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT next to works!) Now available for cats) Gator 2 live wells, 20 gal. on-board tank, 2 PLATES,Measures 24x36 .3 ACRES IN CITY UMITSi With septic tank and well. Fantastic prke. Owner
Courthouse. 964-7347, days; 964- II Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed and new batteries; custom hauler trailer. Inches.$.SO each. Great for patchingand financing.Call today for details. $19.900
4535 after 5 pm. TFN 3 Gold Kist. 6 Used approx. 75-80 houit $7500. repair. TELEGRAPH. 135 W. .1 1/4 ACRES W/SEPTIC TANK Well power pole and M'xStf concrete floor
HORSES PRICED TO SELL: Mare-well Will consider trade for equity. Call Call St Starke. 12 workshop. Owner financing. Coll today for details.
MOBILE HOMES trained saddle horse, 7 yrs.old;year- 964-8682, leave message. SLEEPER for pickup truck. $500. Call 1/2 ACRE LOTt W/well, new cypress garage 2-util. bldgs., old frame house
ling 15 mal.old female,brick colored 8 964-9317. 12 and 2-rm cottage.Priced.to sell: $18,900
8 with white markings;Mini-Horse Geld- 1987 SEA LION. 15ft.5..center console, NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS & TROLLING -20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2,4"wells, septic tank :3 acre fish pond
1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOODdoublewide ing saddle broken for children. Call 1987 85 hp Suzuki motor with power MOTORS 1989 and 1990 mod many extras. Priced to move.
with all the extras. $19,000 964-4405. 6 trim Humminblrd 2000 depth finder els.Below most dealers Invoice.100% .1* PLUS ACRES ON BROWNIES Wi Owner financing. Call today.
balance and$1000 down.Assume the COCKER SPANIEL: Free to good home. Mercury Thruster trolling motor Classic financing available.Marine Sales Toll- .3 ACRES ON FORSVTH ROADS Great location for a beautiful ho..... Call to
Call 533-2197. 6 drive-on trailer less than 30 hours Free 8
have moved to 1-800-544-2850,5 days am day.
loan. Will pay to your 7P.'_'+4a+ "
PIGS & HOGS FOR SAI P-
lot. Call 373-3423 after 4pm, or 964- on all. $5995. Call 964-8922. 5 pm CST. 12 -30 ACRES FOR SALES All fenced In, loaded with pines. Great Investment.
9115 during the day. 4 ": ; 8 HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, Located In Lowtey ar.... .
YARD :SALES, 1979 FIBERGLASS FISHING BOAT: 14 storage ,
garages green
MOBILE HOME: 14x60. 2 Bedrooms. OIDOWN FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 North 3 Ac. loaded w/young pin.
Magic-Tilt trailer houses. PAYMENT.
ft 40 hp Mercury
Take over payments. Call 964-8978 YARD SALE SAT.ONLYII 9a.m.,Lorenzo Mero., trolling mtr., $2500. Call 964- 301 South, 964-8848 TFN12X21 Hwy tr_.. Hwy frontage of 400' opprox. 1-well; 2 septic tanks and fenced
after 5 p.m. 4 Drive, 1 mile West of 301. Bike, 6569 after 4 p.m. 8 pond. Call Today
MUST SELLII 2 Deluxe Skyline homes. Scooter, Odds & Ends. 17 FT. TIDECRAFT BASS BOAT: Com- CARPORT $990.NO DOWN WATERFRONT...
One w/fireplace In den. One w/vlnyl GARAGE SALE: Friday and Saturday.Silk plete with 65 hp Mercury and trailer, PAYMENT.Handt House portable
siding (deluxe). See at Uncle Roy's Mother's Day flowers drapes, $1000. See behind 310 E. Call St buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964- 190' ON SAMPSON LAKES 160 on Deer Foot Trail Rood 1701 deep. Great
Mobile Home Sales, Live Oak. Call etc. 18 W to Prison Gate Handywayright 964-2968. 8 8848 TFN 12 fishing lake. Now's the time to buy waterfront property.
Francis 9043645197. 4 Road 225, 2nd house on left. FRESH CUT ALICIA HAYIN ROLL.Mulch IMMACULATE 3 YR.OLD brick home w/3 B.. 2 1/2 BA. 2300 SF,CHI A. 9T of
DELUXE 28x60 SKYLINE: Lapsic ng, 7 for landscaping 7823140. tin lakefront, dbl.fireplace,walking distance to town. $199,000 ,_
shingle roof deluxe carpet,and much 2831 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE: Satur- 12 PRESTIGIOUS 4 BR/9 BA 3500 SF Home with 3 decks, CH/A BOO1' paved

and more.delivery.Only$270 Call per Val mo.904-364-5jg7 Free set-up_ day, May 12. 9.00 a.m. til ?? ONE ACRE OF LAND:Septic tank power 23,000 BTU ADMIRAL Air Conditioner, driveway, 100' lakefront, sprinkle syst. REDUCED-OWNER FINANCING.
pole. In Graham. Call 485-2728 alter $250. Call 964-6569 after 4 p.m. .7 PLUS ACRES ON LAKE GENEVA 293'of lakefront, 315'on SR 100 Buy all or
6 p.m. 9 12 some.REDUCED 20000. OWNER FINANCING

AFTER HOURS

S : s ,Sandra TerwIIUgar . . .,. . . . ... .'(''.4211

- Ann: T.rwill.gar.Srowtl. .,.. ..... ,,., .. ...,,..A73-7541.. ,

O-.brq. sognaught9.... i C.,t .*. i4 JJ1.. ....Y1vv.14.. .'".2133.
... '
Cxello: Terwllleqor. .7. . .".".>t .'.".'. ."*;. .'.l6i-.777VETERANS

CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 9646133ftORlfSAEE




BYOWNERi

Buy Build
INSTANT FINANCING
I EQUAL HOUSING "' REALTOR or Refinance
Mobile Home Lots with well &
Susan M. Faulkner. GRI, CRB President septic No Down Payment! '
Qualified buyers No Money Down

ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. Building lot in Keystone .......................$5.00O Gainesville Co. Inc.
200 Acres In Bradford County ..............-$1,500 Acre Mortgage ,

Located Hwy. 3O1 2 blocks South of C.R 10O 221 Lafayette St.I 100 Acres South of Hampton.................$1.250 Acre Starke

Commercial Building on Edwards Road...$ 0.000 OfficePh.
*CONERLY ESTATES. Approx. 2100 Sf, new carpet brkk v.n..r,3 BR/2 BA,
63-90 New 5.000 sq. ft. warehouse south of 964-3739
on.acre, ni .ly landscaped solar hot water. '
*LOT ON CANAL for overnight camping only$5.000 44-90 Starke for Sale or Lease HAROLD K. DAVIS 'P. O. Box 568. Starke. FL
CHERRY STREET 2-story 4 BR, 2 BA on 110x190 lot also versatile CB bldg. 60 Acre Farm with 2 houses & barn Licensed Mortgage Located Longchamp Bldg..
approx. 1600 si, n.woof on ham A building. 37-90 fenced with 2 fish ponds Broker :See SS..ry'-- US 301 South

STERN ROAD 4 acres. Has 2 homes, 1 MH B extra mobile home rental lots. 43 Acre farm with 2.200 sq. ft.. home In

Very good Income producing property. 39-90 Alachua County.................................150,000
Fenced between Stark. and Lawtey. a I a a s
Assumable*BRICK; VENEERiS mortage.BR/1 Only BA.$42,000. In yard 30-90 6 1/2 Acres near Lawtey-.......................$15,000

*GOlFVIESiOnly 2 nice large building lots left. 23-90 Lake lots In Alachua County Restrictedfor :

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY Beautiful doublewlde with extras. Call for houses only Accelerated Realty InC.f

private showing. 16-90 3,000 sq. ft. home on Suwannee River at ,

*OVER 500 FOOT FRONTAGE on Hwy 301 N. 10 Acres, has utilities on prop.r. Fowlers Bluff....................................$175.000
'490HWY
U Ws Doublewlde, completely furnished over 1 00'.. Partially fenced : 964-4544 .
., nice drlv.way CH/A. Ig. screen porch. 13-90 BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY

*KINGSIEY LAKE AREAS Large doublewlde with.xtra room built on and large Hwy. 301 S.
open porch.Beautiful large oaks,workshop and garag. 11-90 Ronald E. Newman 964-6881 f 1SS I

*75 PLUS ACRES 2900 feet on hard rood. Beautiful pastureland, 3 BR/1 BA Starke,. FL :
... ....
frame house. 3 welts, bam, 30x40 block building, 4 chicken houses. Will
dlvld.or sell all. 62-90 LAVERN H. OUTUVW a

*2 BR/1 BA ON BEAUTIFUL I.S ACRESi Large workshop, separate laundryroom >/noraes 4.LOtAcreage s/WMerfront:
,CH/A. Priced for quick sal. 38-90 Broker x/Fanns
x/Commerclal
*NICE 3 BR/1.1 BA fenced 1/2 acre with trees. Great starter home. VAFHAor OUTLAW _

*3 conventional BR/1 BA ON I financing.ONE ACREl Cent. H/A. Priced at$32,000 for quick ...1.. 189-89 18-90 IJL gtR 964-4522 Everting* tV Weekends I|Refrl DAUWOOD and Dishwasher SUBDIVISION. 1800 3 SF BR/2, landscaped SACK Home Lot, Family Room CH/A. Rani.f*,

_
*BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CORNER LOT on hard road, restricted building,
3/4 acre plus. 21-90 STARKRIl.Pavldt You Full Service Real Estate Office I SAMPSON LAKES 3BR/2BA Norwelgon Bride living. 'Dining a Family]

*32x40 DOUBLEWIDE BR/2 BA, lots of extras. C.nt. H/A, all 3/4 plywood I Rooms, CH/A 2310 5.. Porches, 2.8 Ac. I a
1900 plus foot. A steal I COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/1 BA Frame, Uvlng-Dlnlng-Kltchen Combo]
carpeted floor Great room large dining room. square Dodg*
ot39,9OO. 198-89 : a 1 w/Snock Bar, Den. Screened Porch, 3.62 Acres, Pole Bam Nice Cleared |

*2txM DOUBLEWIDEi BR,2 BA. 1.37 acres great room dining room. Load : : : I Spot for Garden. i
ed with built In extras. 12x20 screened deck 11x18 workshop 12x14 pum- 'n: ] 1463 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 & 1/2....CB 4 Frame, !large Family Roam, .Uun-1 I{
phouse and tool shed.Great buy must see to appreciate 192.89 : a dry Room Nice lot. I I
NEW BRKK HOMEU BR/2 BA, Stove, ReM I Dishwasher, Sun Deck 22401
*1 1/2 ACRES Almost new home.Close to lake. 146-89 REALTOR _ _ SF Well ft
*OWNER FINANCING 3 acres, $10,500. 147-89 Septic 1 Acre.
*ALMOST 9000 S.F.t 3/4 acre'In Country Club. 33-90 #ppjafaafptf? a LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame. large Family Room w/Flreplace.. CH/A
*$3,900t Doublewlde 1 acre. 3.90 2184 SF. has 576 SF Workshop Landscaped Lot.

WATERFRONT REDUCTION Beautiful ha..... Needs. to sell. 1.7 acres on BEAUTIFUL 20 ACRES a ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY! 38R/1BA A-F,_ w/Porches All Round I a24x50
ff. .A I Pole Bam and 8x9 Tool Shed
206-89 : > Well B Septic, On Paved Road I
lak. 5
Brkk Cedar Bedroom 2 Beth Over 2000 SF
this 2800 SF $'t '" SSp'U I QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA CB ,_Story. Stove 8 Refrlg. Ekt Heat
TOP QUAUTY ALL THE WAY ROUNDS Make appt. today to view Fenced 3 Acre Pond, S Boms, Garage Many Extras 1.$ "
ho..... 181.89 /:'* I Window AC.Well ft Septic 1 Acre. a
*LAWTEY JUST OFF IMi 3 BR concrete block home.$46.000 34.90 (CHURCH STREET SEA/ISA Frame ft Brick CH/A, Range R.4.1g.a .
IN-GROUND POOR 4 BR.Only 79900. S1-9O *SR 14Wi Gorgeous dblwld.3/2, CH/A,All Appl. Pool.2 I/2 Ac. $47.900' I Dlshwaiher ft Fans, Nice Comer Lot "
*CONVENIENT FENCED YARD.2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive living. Only$23.900 I a
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1BA Frame,Screened Porches 14x16
NEW LISTING 3 BR/1 BA. Mobile home on 2.45 ocr. with a 10x30 odd-on. Utility Bldg,Well
53-90 *EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Stucco 3/3. CHI A.fP,rge., rfg., D.W.S99.SOO | ft Septk. !

26000.*LAKEFRONT PROPERTY With 3 BR/2 BA Doubldwlde with CH/A. On.-car *63 ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND.Older MH.2 Wells. $2,000/Ac. a I TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 B./ BA Doublewlde Mobile Home, CH/A f.!
Lake. 46-90 *40 ACRES Heavy timber.Highway frontage, Lowtey area. $2200/Ac. I Stove ft ....... Graham Area. f
garage on Sampson LAKEFRONT Fish B Swim.Wend cottage.Fum.Sandy beach. $"' .900 I HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 BR/1 BA Frame Stave ft
,
Refrlg Nice Lot |
*LAWTEY AREAl 4 acres with 3 BR/1 BA home with 2068 SF living, with a 2 a Good .
*FRAME 1400SF.4 BR/1 3/4 BA. Large lot. In Country. $49.000 I Rental Properly.COMMERCIAL .
used for rental. 36-9O
BR/1 BA Mobil.home made *ASSUMABIE MORTGAGE Brick 3 BR 11/2.....CH/A. Rge., Refrlg. $....900 I PROPERTY
*TWO ACRES IN CITY with 2 BR 2 BA house. This could be Into 3rd
BR. S-W *HIGHWAY WESTl 4/2 1/2. CH/A, 1496 SF on Ac. REDUCED. $94.000 a HWY 301 South 100 N. en HIs"v.'v ef Warehouse.Spece. a

*FIVE ACRES IN COUNTRY with :3 BR 2.... Doublewlde. CH/A. Fireplace In *IN COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 CH/A.:All Appliances, 2-car garage, 200 SF. HWY 301 North" -Selvege Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Nem. IZxea Mobile I
den. 211-89 *EXC.NEIGHBORHOOD Near hospital.Corner lot, 3/2 CH/A. REDUCED Home 40xM Aura Refelr. Shop. 3 Septta Teeks.nd 4 Weds w/Pvmpe 3Acr. |
*4.87 ACRES" ON NEMtfcAvei Call offke.. 42-90 *BRICK 3/2CH/A.walk to shopping,qul.t neighborhood. $....300 ... a
*WORKING CHICKEN FARM with: BI 1 SA house on 80 00'... 36-90 *BEDFORD LAKE 2/1.CHI A.completely fum. Nice. 100x300 $73.000 ...-Cell Street -Nice SELECT. SulteMe l*.Deder De4)s...........
All 3 for$7800. *BRICK CH/Ai Over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 Acr... a PROPERTIES
Lak.
*THREE LOTSi Each 75x200 with privileges to George's a
*NIAT 8.CLEAN 2/1.Heat ft Air.Make to.... $29.900
appointment
28-90 14 ACRES. Can be '
On paved road. purchased In 2O--Ac. rracta.ted Pls.. .. Near I
*STARKE HISTORIC Renov.68R/3 1/2 BA.6 fplc. Duplex. t Ac. REDUCED Lawtey.

*BEAUTIFUL 3 STORY brick ft cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA" on 36 Acres. I HOMI BLDO LOTS Hwy 16W City Water Sewage. Owner Financing.
Call One of Our Professionally *IN STARKS.CS. 3/1.CH/A. 1200 plus SF, 110x110lot. $38.900 I HOMI BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks liD Breaker
*REDUCED-Cedar home. Franklin stove. CH/A. : >. ,., dlen 1
rge i ; orr acre. a 1 FOUR I-ACRI TRACTS Brooker.. Hwy Frentage..Owner a
Trained Stqff Today..964-BO69; OVER I ACt Brkk,4/21/2. CH/A. fplc, over 2100 5$. All appliances. I THRU S-ACII RIVERFRONT LOTS .Brooker. Owner Financing.Financing" ;

After Hour Call These Realtor Associates: *WATERFRONTiCrosby Lake canal Doublewlde.CH/A.Rge.,Refrlg. $34,000 I'.1 ACRES Fnmtoge en New River,Well A Seerk.I .
*FARM HOUSE B BARNS an 3 00'.'.Good area.Close to Stark. REDUCED a a

Irene L. F tukner..964-B142 *3 STORY CEDAR 3600 sf.. 3 BR, 3 BA.,CH/A, 2 f.".rge.. r frig.. D/w.NiceCRYSTAL 'AFTER HOURS

Darlene Godwt .....488-2 03 LAKE HOMISTTIiS BR.CH/A,rge.r.g.,fpk,1300 SF.,1 ac. $' 2.500 a Weym Pevefes.-*U.4593 SIN D.dd.W4.7101
Warren Woody Rytler.u..O64-9O4O *US 301 SOUTH large triple! wide 3/2 On".5 plus_... .$67,000 I Nevis Were1 4-74a4 WHOM.%14444 A

feomtus (Tom) Oro ......904-6786 We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings
A A A A A A A A A A A A A



-_.
_..._.........410: ... '. .'

1 1






,Hay III, 19UU! TELEGRAPH Page IIA I


I Terry Brown I J


.Appears Myers P S DARK RUM '151 ML 9.99 Ba.lley's CRPAM ML 12.99

;::Before Court Boodles BRmSH GIN 7so ML, 8.99 BOLD 7IMI
Jose Cuervo 9.99
WEL MLIwnaya
L CRISTALL
fj Stol. VODKA 19.99

Of Appealsby tIIc E&J Brandy 2 6.99 Frangelico LIQUEUR 7IMI AIBL 14.99 \

DI' Courvoisler VS 16.99 '
w Amaretto SAR 'NNO M 14.99 ML t

aCT Bust.r Staff Wrttw Rahn Sunrise MEXICAN TEQUILA Im 12.49 H arve y'SCREAM BRISTOL M 7..99 ( t ''

y:Terence:: In early Brown April,spent Starke a Attorney week in Christian BrosanANDv 2 6.99 Drambuie i nu uw M 19.99 t I'"I

Atlanta to present a'20 minute argu- DAY SALE
ment before the Federal Eleventh
Circuit Court of Appeals. t
,. Attorney Brown .representing I I..
:Mrs. Marcia Hufford tat a child 0
t custody case, won the suit at trial I I : A
.'court,but the decision was appealed AMA5ITOQ t
by Roy Rogers, former. sheriff .of SJUpNNGr'W
Gilchrist County. lG1 ((68)). GIFTS ,
a: The week wasn't Idly spent
waiting for the court to call his case;
it operates on a tight schedule. The CHARGE IT AT ABC'
time was spent in observing how the
court functions,and how best to pre-
tsent his case. ---- REOULAai
1 I
Brown spent the first day as a i 1 p 1 .Y q Old DRUBNT Schlitz to''
spectator J observing court pro O// "APREM/UMBEfRAi/
cedures,then planned his strategy to APOYUTAAPRECE"j _
coincide with the way in which the
court operates. 99
T: Florida was formerly in the Fifth i t:ofDAThZCutty 312-PK
District, with the court located in 6-PK DANa '
New Orleans, but the caseload Stolkhnaya ABC BoTSR
became too heavy, resulting In the dOEf'ell.iz cs ',' 1
80
addition: of another court being TINNUU WHIM a Nwctr VODKA KENTUCKYBOURBON IMPORTED GERMANBECKS j
s formed. The Eleventh District is BLACK LABEL SCOTCH 750 10.99 SALE a VR.SCOTCH t Moosehead.
headquartered in Atlanta, serving ML. PROM OLENLIVET i .'

several The court southeastern has nine states.active Judges 1 099 2199 9 49ROATI>< 1399 1 2 79 LIGHT OR DARK REGULAR OR LIGHT

.-.and eight senior jurists assigned, I : ML : MLCS.OF12$1S9.95 U:.
.:and draws heavily on retired judges CS.OF12-$131.88 CS.0F6-$129.95 CS.OF 12-$131.88 CS.0F6-$76.74 399 trot : 99lzot
-to hear cases, since the number of N.R.ins 6-PK R A STLa
cases escalate each year. ABC 80 OIWB: rlanua1 I IfJ ,
When a case comes before the (.TFLEISCHMANN' n
court, three jurists are asslsgned to VODKA VODKAGin D4JDl M
-"consider both sides,at times hearing GIN OR VODKA RUM 860 PROOF MOLSON
-oral arguements, but prssibly more 12 YEAR CLASSIC '
'"' O
:;. often, reviewing written briefs. 99 SREGULAR.GOLDEN
49 .
;;Routinely the three judges will' hear 1299 1249. 299 LIGHT.ALE r
I-six cases a day, limiting each to ML U:. 175m. LTR. D ML 496PKNR.BTLS.
'about: hour each. SUITCASE
When one a decision has been reached, CS.OF 142.50 CS.OF 6-$59.94 CS.OF 6.$56.94 CS.OF 12-$149.88 CS.OF 155.88 "_" : _
z either 2-1 or:3-0.one of the judges on 21-tO.CANS ,
=the majority skie will write the deci-: Canadian wanaa&tn BURNETTS
z slon. The remaining two judges Mist JB ri'M Grants GIN -
RED
may, or may not, write supportingor BUSCH
dissenting opinions. 1.75 12.99 SALE SCOTCH 1.75 17.99 SALE ,Lao:o:::":q';:N"waw 1.7512.99 SALE err WHITE
The decision is then circulated to LTp 2.00 MFR LTp -2.00 :mil LTp -2.00 MFR. BUSCH LIGHT RED
rail of the judges on the court for RELAu 49 99 REMTE NATURAL LIGHT went BLUE
::'review before it Is made public.The u" i 0.99 23 15.99 9 0.99 =
=RAE Apr ,
full panel will not change a decision I U :m"n LTR. m'k 49 179'

unless a new precedent is set. When CS.OF 6-$77.94 J CS.OF 107.94 CS.OF12119.88 CS.OF 6. 76.95 =i= =X 12-PK 1z oz. 's / ;
f precedent cases come before the CANS
:3:court, it may sit en bane, that is, all dtur CANADIAN Johnnie Seagram'sCANADIAN HARVEY'S
the jurists will hear the case and !
PREMIUM 84JT
participate in rendering the deci: SCOTCH COUPON FOR t
THEPREMIUMISINTHE Walker IJrrr.t fI'1I'IIt'/IJ I )
sion. f'
.ItIL\\II.I"fJ.II.\ $1 .00 OFF
BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE (
:: The decision may be announced in E RKOULAR A LIOHT 1
v.'six weeks or six months. m 49 99 99 /z PA 3A9 SALE
The Eleventh Court of Appeals is [ 11 13 1.76 1 12 1.76 14 IzOL CANB50 MFR REBATE ,
housed in a massive masonry .....,... LTR. .750 ML LTR. LTA. 1 L
building covering half a block in OF $77.95 CS.OF 6. 2x99 HOLLAND BEER
CS. 6- CS.OF 6-$80.94 CS.OF 12 $144.95 $89.94 REBATE 1
t.:.downtown Atlanta. It has two courtroocwott : : f
-. : the second floor,with ceil-. ''': GHIVAS -.- .. ". '', 3.99 SALE 1,
TjnflBj'W feet high, very impressiveand : tlJ'DJJJ: mTER -i 00 w/TNltlla/ 1
awe inspiring. Scrupulously CCFfE!L/0UlUa/ PRIVATE '
'
clean inside and out, the building REGAL SCOTCH RlZiEIWJGIN', eucaauaauR COUPON 1'
Bi/HBER/
t
creates an atmosphere of respect for ueroAS.EgufAONOa fMLT
STOCK

the Attorney court. Brown compared the 1740 '99 1299 2299 .. 299 -' 6-PK RfbiBTLL I. .

Eleventh Court of Appeals with ML 750 ML II ML 19 : WITH COUPON THIS CUT-OUT FOR I f
lower courts as how a nigh school
i
football team compares to a profes- CS.0F12-$189.95 CS.0F12-$119.88 ::.5.0F12-$154.95 4-PK Tsor. $1.00 OFF

sional Professionalism team. of the court was Clan Tj'i' j' REiSKA BACARDI TARKOV + I '(

it's most impressive characteristic, MacGregor ao' p.I--:OF BREEZERS KING SfZ1r i i'
Brown says VODKA VODKA :
When the court elects to hear oral SCOTCH 1.7ll0.9V SALE HOLLAND BEER ..
-
arguments, each side Is given 20 "". 2.00 MUTE ON THE PURCHASE OF GROLSCH 1. I
minutes in which to present its case.A LAGER OR DRY SIX-PACK. 5
green light glows for 18 minutes, 1399 ft.OQ AFlER: 649 439 1O 1.75 6O I9 CONSUMER Wwgoodoflomsbpackot ,?
followed by an amber light for two REBATEi j L TA. r Grolsch Prenwn Bow(Lager Of Dry) t
limit < "houMtnM Vata) only toFtonda
o K
minutes. A red light comes on, and CS.OF 83.94 CS. OF 6.65.94 CS.OF 12*$77.88 CS.OF 26.34 CS.OF 6-$65.94 M mMMnti per ol Mgal dnnkmg igg
it's time to,quit talking.
4:::! EXPtRATIONDATE MA716.1990
: GEYSER PEAK
QJ7lUn Yhilt 1 11 d 1tlphba 1 WHITE e COUNTRY b as ant few f" GUSTAFSON .
WHITE ZINFANDEL I s
V.O. h. ot BLEND Z1NFANDEL u 6.49 SALE ( MLK! LARGE BAG
CRYSTAL
.:;.. In.actuality, Brown said, the attorney a .. ""' -1.CO REBATE GALLON ICE
:- speaks for about two 99Seagram's
mirfutes, followed by 18 minutes of : 1799 1299 1 099 5.49 AnER' p 99IoNS
intellectual sparring with one of the TMOdleLENM ML 750 ML REBATE L' CUBES 85e
three judges. FREE1WO.eaaneeM: CS.OF 12-$155.88 CS.OF 6.$65.94 BEST WINE VALUE CS.OF 38.94 IM/T/ o EA
.. Brown said the constraint on time
.:: caused him to anticipate questionsr t
by the judge, and sometimes BACARDI f(1 W '..m\"f"\ ''JUGWINI.SAU\ ) IU; : ::4mt"'jlhj.f'H'! ."'.ll. :H ,,,','u l.f. tJ

.j- asking answering the question.before the judge finished AMBER RUM OR SILVER louis Martini aSf 4.99 Carlo Ros3ioE" 'HiFA/a0'l.Ey": .L&5.39 Meet&a.anclon= Ml4A 18.99 BollaIOA va'L = 4.69 r

::' ....
Beaulieu ::: = 6.99 Piper Hetdsiefk saF M 19.99 .Sondcman "X 2 12.99 J

<:.. 99 ----..-. ,.
Her Brown enjoyed the sparring ses- T 4 LTR.Saintsbury_,ML lOA' Gallo ..... L'J' 3.79 *PerrierJouetGold -= M 19.99 Chat. Dauiac 2 10.99 ,
:E.slon, and said he would like to prac-
""*-'" tice before the court on a regular CS.OF-$89.94 Beringer C SAT M 10.99 aaeL..a. Seal :. -. M 4.9911 Carelo e.M M 6A9 ,
basis.That isn't to say that every at- -
before the court Inglenook B aI:.L& 6.29 ROM M 3A9 '
torney appearing JGminiofi Mondavi == M 9At M & Rtmuim M 'A' Mateus
;sc enjoys the experience.If an attorneyS

5s: hasn't an embarassing done his homework 20 minutes,it, can as the be 80 VODKA Louis Martini .:::a 24.99 Trakian: L'J 4.99 .DonPerisnon sin M 69.99 bfIiIo GiGlfi Cassia M 5.99 ,

1 f judge asks legal questions requiring Wyndham ,S? 6.99 '
M -
9.99
Corbel...
comprehensive answer The judges BeaulieuSebastian : = 6.99 r.MlU
;iS;: : are knowledgable about each case 1499 GoH -' LTR4.99 = Larr-esaPilot&rie = 2.99 m I
6.99
X that comes before the court,and are Jl eoaer M7ai 6.49 Tons ..awr
well prepared to discuss the issues CS. OF 6.$89.94 MlX rNLAHOEH ABC' STORES OMtn'l+ Blade Tower uJ & M 3.99
'1';;. .Involved with attorneys representing Sterling :=E S 12.99
r* both; sides., R jQbdet-VerdKfraSi'214.99 1
SU"I'f
f Coke Glen EllenSebastian:=:: = 4." CAaERJT w G t'4ff HOME *6eUi icanSak ML 4.99 I

DIET COKE,SPRITE '151.. WHITE,M.USH.BRUT IDkI1f1I1 AftDEL
,; 2OaLStlMkltS III. .. tAl1NIC//0N aLAIIG "DUCK Cal.SAUViGNON Jadot -:= M 5.99
Jurists on the Court of Appeals are s .
jj-a appointed for life by the President 109 :- = 5.99 a 399 Nicolas SS3S = 4A9
' r and confirmed by the Senate. Those DIAL
2-LTR. 750 ML
1.5 LTR. I
!IfI: come serving primarily on the from Eleventh the SE Circuit states., Inglenook Berle 711I ML 6.99r CS.OF 6 $52.95 CS.OF12>$35.U4 cs.OF 12.$47.11 J.V. Pinot 26.99Mte'kvt r

the area it serves. \\i.\i.Z \

f i' / x
5"rt

In the the 1988 case, Hufford v. IA,
Rogers, the Jury awarded Mrs. Huf Y u
ford$157.500 plus costs and attorney .
fees, but the decision was appealedf" I i I II
by former Sheriff Rogers. j
feAttorney Brown, who had taken I
i f
I
: I I
I
the case on a contingency fee basis, I i
has not received any money for Ma
thus farr and if the -- .
time and work the I \ I I $II1M1AY, '1 .r, I I '
reverses
Court
Eleventh Circuit
I sL& trial court Brown may never a ) I 4,

!gw receive anything for bis efforts., I I + ,

' ,' I IE. I I I I s;
'7 Attorney Brown says the court z I
"" system works, and he has con-
V fldence in Juries. The average person -
1 1 '
sitting on a Jury, understands B 1
h I. more than he or she 1* given creditt' /
'
EIIJ@
for, says Brown. f
.<&.1 f t=When a guilty person goes free]
some attorney has Dot done his job:

Brown says
I


k I.



f I '1 V



Page ll/\: .
/
TM.KGKAI'II: ;:
May II I!>!'N! '
ffK, ...,: ,I ,
: .,. ; '.11: Itc' :" r
... .",. ,
I
'
a.,w ri''"
:ft: ...
'
NO ONE IS DOINGMORE ;.i: ..', .j.:
r/
'\ .. I y"
,..
I:. ..:;,....
': ; t'; '

FOR YOUR _i,:, : :

r

HEALTH "" .



11

Florida Nurses' Week National Hospital Week


May 1-7 ", May 612Left

\

j jA

Fc1 1

.
-
-
--- -
f
., $rg.L 1 I

tr.: k 1 1j
-mc t j
I! : 1j
\ I Ir

1t t I j

r 4 r
1 1I

1i i








I
: r r-._. : I
r! .r
Y L, I -I S Sr r


r r A L
.-
to right:Lyn Oliver,RN,Director of Patient Care;George Restea,MD,Medical Chief of Staff,
Jeannie Baker, Bradford Hospital Administrator.







,,' We recognize our outstanding 'people.f: : i''::

,
for their dedication and accomplishmentsin : "ttl ;, :
1 '"i "
', providing quality i healthcare '-. '," :;-1": :a

to the Starke community. : I' "J. .
.
'
.. I ., W f''::i{..;t i';,,' .1 I
"; JI I)"
,._ \ .., :.,*"J5' ...,/,'"' \-1""h.'" rdhVtrdghhr" '..", f..
:
;
:i-'i r,1t't'J, ,: : ,(; ':,; ,",;., ,,,
:;r. '. ; ,
:,i.." 't.,,,,.,'.'rI

BRADFORD HOSPITAL I, : g'
f'
,. _, tl ._. .LY
4.

.1 AN AFFILIATE OF SANTA.HEALTHCARE




.



'
I t
1
r ;,


,


.
I

.' .,, "", .., ,
: ; miiji pflI.;


""M' #e&ott

S.I.IIUItSUi\\.yltl'lIm't. on OXffTORf ]


6* Won County fm0

.....

/; National Guard Less

BRYAN'SHardware

Likely to Feel BudgetAx ,:.. ':.., : ,..,"J( N1htHnn' mmJJ
..,..:; ACE
..::. .- .
"
Governor. Saysby -. -' A I i I i And g'il\HlE\

Sue Ellen Smith recent international outbreak of 1 rhr Garden Centers
BeT Stall Writer peace Initiatives would cause the
Gov. Bob Martinez praised the federal role of its government military. But to redefine the ,.
good plann-
Florida Army National Guard Monday '
-
ing, he said, called for WHEEL
a strong National -
calling it a "full-service National -' Guard. =
Guard" and said he felt National
x'a HORSERid.
Guard and Army Reserve "We've been fortunate, and I say ''.
fortunate because we've not had
units stood better any
a chance of surviv-
major military base closings,"Mar-
" Ing military budget cuts than
tinez said. "But we recognize if in FrM Until July 4
I regular Martinez military was at units.Florida National fact this peace initiative we see NO DOWN,PAYMENT
i around the world materializes to be r
Guard
Training Site Camp Blanding what it seems to be, there will be a
to tour the
\, post during its second dramatic
change in the
week of military
participation in Call For-
complexity of the United
States.We
ward 90,
exercise
a training
designed -
think the National Guard has
f to test mobilization procedures of a very
I National Guard and prominent role to play as we size
Army Reserve
down for a peacetime effort." .
units. Martinez said the Florida National -
r "
Martinez responded to 8 FootLandscape
questions Climbing
Guard's
'
participation in the
about how & ImpatiensHanging
his
ideas about the'military's Timbers
exercise showed it was prepared for Roses
role in Florida differ ,
duty. may Extra Large,Full of
from democratic
"The Florida National Guard can didate Lawton Chiles gubernatorial by saying can-he .: ." C ,' Baskets $269 / I Blooms
meet the challenge,"Martinez said. didn't know what Chiles'opinions on \ .:- ;I I, 'y 3 n Full Of _? '
.
"It's men and women prepared to the subject were. } $299 Color ";i:
defend this nation and take aim at "Right now he hasn't said much .They ,, $493
civil emergencies and, quite frank- about any subject,other that coming 1 Last .
ly,do a great job at drug interdictionat as.1
off the mountain. So that will be
the same time. So It's a full-. ._.. _
defined as we go in time, Martinez w. .....,
service National Guard, and we're -- yeo.
proud of it." said.During the morning of Monday's ..Bob Martinez left,vfaltej Camp Bleeding Monday to obterrt the port'. /1 1
Martinez said the threat of further participation In Exercbe Call Forward.,military exerclie designed to toil 11 s 1 /
cuts in military spending due to the see Visit page 2B the mobilization readiness of National Guard. and Army RcMtre vnlU. INTERLACHEN *HWY 2(1*<*68t4-28lf






lit




NORTH STAMPS OUT DEERFOOTSHOPPING CHEVROLET 964-7500 OLDSMOBILE 3720103U.S.301

.. ...,
964-7500*: '>:_ w... R'IGH: PHI'CE.S '.', 964-6537..CENTER .. J,. :;... ,'f- '



I 1990 Olds 'Cutlass Ciera

F , ,,, .. ,
v.
!.i,;; WE HAVETG .tiJQtJRCAR OR TRUCKlCQMEDEAl. $24595* LIST $f 3,290 $10 995

,,
,:," < ,, -,' ':" ...' :,<<, JJ mo. J
1;" : ', J ; ., ;, u ; ",,>:'L +tax;, &title Down


'90 Astro Chevy Van Great Graduation Gift oF "

Red & Silver, Power Equipment and '89 4 Door Chevy CavalierRally

Wheels Low, Low Payments


"88 :Eagle' : j'90:3/4/ Ton 4x4?. ; AT PS, ps.Air Guaranteed Satisfaction-Bumper to Bumper Warranty
: Premier 88 Chevy .;: Chevy Pickup< '>- 24 He. Road Side Assistanceper

4 Door;Silver;1 o''Aer; ;, Fleetside 1/2 Ton White,Perfect Cond/Ready", to Go, 1990 Geo Prizm 4 Door $..
i- .Black Extra Clean 0 .599
,STAR BUY d "' Save/;Thousand* ,- J
_V_ $1IUft* 4 ,

Luxury '86 Lincoln 1 86:Jeep Cherokee '86 Ford Escort

Town Car W ;.Wagon: : ;> 4 Door, Blue,Air, Good mo.wac qtr+ '4 .

All the Extras '-;Grey;Air,,and Other Extras Transportation, Great Price AMFMStereo AT. PB
"
'q ;

: < ,Q
: '
89 Olds Cutlass
'90 Nissan Sentry i,i85! :OMdsCutlasssurirooi

/ yED, SortWheelsf2DoorSupreme j Grey & BlueYouheGotToSeThis !1 s Upremrr!{: New 1989 Astro 7 Pass. Conversion Van

EXfraclean,GOT TO SEE!'
::4 4Jt; ;- < :'/" f) 4:: ;<< -- AT.4.3Fuellnj.V-6.AC.
r Tinted Glass, f PW. PD&L.
.- ---I- d Stereo Cass.,AM/FM.Tilt
.11 Cruise. Rally Wheels ,
Loaded with many other
1..I options
IWI at


RIMY WELLS CHEVROLET OLDS GEO $15,995

HWY 301 N. STARKE, FL. 964-7500
.. .. __ __
--- ------------- -- --- +tax,tag*\title WAC
en I J.,_ ENGINE TUNE I I "- G i.,- 4& ,, I n 1 ONLY
fWI. I fVI'
Zl SERVICE SPECIAL 10

01 I; 4 ghtI&Less 6Cyl $4995 I I J! SYSTEM FUEL INJECTOR SERVICED$59. 1[ Come See Your. Auto Sales Professionals

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -------------
-- ------------- -- -- ------ -- --- '
:P; j Brand New State Of The Art I j Ju, TRANSMISSION 10
Q I Four Wheel Alignment Machine I I Includes Fluid, SERVICE I
Mechanic $JC C&95 : 1 Gaskets,: $6295 :ZuIByGMMaste
*
All 4 Tires |Linkage Ad).. d.Test 1 rn: ; s
----- -- ----- ---- --- --- ------- 4r .'I '
Mon.-Frl. 8:30 8 pm
Sat. 9-1 pm

mJ CM QUALITY II !Keep that great GM feeling

SERVICE PARTS with genuine GM parts. I .rte-
MNHAl MOTOM COWOMIMN '
-. Stave Lee Terrr Blakeslee Jerry Miller
"tag tax.till*down.Net rebate WACv

.,



1 f 1



I'



: 1'I.I'"C.\I'II.: : 'II\S: & '10'\11411/ ( ,.HSM; I ION :.MjvlO. I'HHI

Dewey Wilson Fowler, 33, was ar- ordered to pay $100 by May 29, sion of cocaine and violation of pro-
Police Beatby rested May 5 for disorderly intoxication released on his own recognizance. bation DWLS, according to Lt.
according to Deputy Gordon David Aderbolt. Bond was set at Mother's
Smith.When deputies responded to a Jarrod J. Jackson and John W. $3,323. rr a
Carolyn Eaw.* call of a disturbance the subject Clemons were arrested by police of- 0 a
BCT SUN Writer became violent and cut himself with ficers May 7 for loitering or prowl- Robert Wayne Akers, 20, was ar- / Day
his pocketknife, said Smith. Fowler Ing, criminal attempt To commit rested May 4 for DUI,DWLS,accor- ,
Lavvtey Man ChargedIn was released after a $250 surety burglary to occupied dwelling, ding to Chief John Hodges. Akers'
iTh
bond was posted. trespass of structure. They
Child AbuseA were blood alcohol content was .17 percent Special.
released after surety bonds were He was released on his .own
54-year-old Lawtey man has William Floyd, 35,of Dodge Coun- posted. recognizance.
been charged again with sexually ty GA was arrested May 3 on a Color Analysisis
abusing a child. capias charging grand theft auto, Traffic Ronald Keith Image Impact
Spence,24,of Duval
Francis Eugene Converse was ar- according to Patrolman P. T. Charles Phillips, 65, of Jackson- was arrested May 4 for DWLS, ac- the perfect gift for mothers any age Learn your
rested May 3 and charged with McGrath.Bond was set at$10,000 he ville was arrested May 2 for driving cording to Trooper Donald Dean.He season and how to coordinate your colors and wardrobe.
lewd/lascivious assault on a child, Is being held for GA authorities. under influence (DUD,according to was released after a $215.25 cash
sexual battery on a child under 12 Deputy Paris. He was released after bond was posted. o SPECIAL 25
years of age, according to Deputy Mark Steven Faulkner,25,was arrested a $5,003 surety bond was posted.
Michael Paris. The allegedly Incident May 1 for battery, according Thomas Mitchell Edwards, 38 '
occurred February 6 while Con- to Patrolman Michael Strickland. Charles David Wells, 28, was ar- was arrested May 4 for violation of $ mERLE noRmnrrCOSMETIC %
verse was on probation for sexually rested May 1 on a capias charging probation DUI, according to Chief
abusing a child in 1987. James Underwood was arrested failure to appear driving while Deputy Pat Henry. Edwards was STUDIOS
He remains in custody under no May 7 on a capais. He pled guilty, license suspended (DWLS), posses- ordered to the detoxification center. 118 S. Thompson Starke Ft. 964.7355
bond.

Recent ArrestsIn ,.
;.
ti.
Bradford CountyThe

following individuals were arrested
.::, Pick up /
your
in Bradford County by local U.>ti CHOIC! i:? ,1 '
authorities. copy of our ,
MAYCoupon
Annie Denise Green, 19, was ar-
rested May 6 for trespass after war- and :, .
ning and possession of drug Food CUzettt for
paraphernalia, according to
Patrolmen E. W. Wilkinson and M OVER I
Cheryl Belcher. Green was arrested W-D BRAND i
U.S. CHOICE BEEF
after she was found on Davis St. at $24 :
an address that she had been warnedto f s H F In Coupons and'
stay away from,a crack pipe was BOTTOM, ROUND mail-In, rebate MEDALLION BRAND
found in her possession. Bond was
set at$500, she was released on her SELECT LEAN FAMILY PACK i


own Lonnie recognizance.Thompson, 32, was arrested or BOSTON BUTT PRICES THURS.-WED.GOOD, FRYER !

May 5 for retail theft, according MAY 10-16, 199Q
to Patrolman Jerry Feltner. QUANTITY RKMTS
Thompson Copenhagen was Tobacco seen putting in his a pocket can of RUMP ROAST PORK ROAST RESERVED BREAST i

and failing to pay for same. Bond
was set at$150.
I II
, Johnny Brand, 33, of Temple
Avenue Trailer Park was arrested STORE
May 5 for exposure of sexual organs
and lewd/lascivious assault on a HOURS
child under 16, according to $198
Patrolman Gerald Hayes. Bond was 8 A.M. 6DUAL 157LB.
set at$4,000.Michael TIL aTAMt'a

Thomas Mullan, 28, was 11 P.M.
arrested May 5 for burglary, _
criminal mischief, trespass, according
to Patrolman Belcher. Mullan
allegedly broke into an apartment at _
Orangewood and started a fight with
the victim. He was released after a LB.FRESH LB.
$750 surety bond was posted.Visit .
MARKET MADE COUNTRY MILD,
W-D BRAND US. CHOICE EYE OF ROUND
HOT ITALIAN
or GOLD KIST GRADE 'A'

ROASTS or STEAKS 1.8. $298 POLISH SAUSAGE LB. $167 FRYER THIGHS . n 78CA
-


from paga HICKORY SWEET \, U3.D.A. INSPECTED WO REGULAR

_. visit to Camp Blanding, the governor BONELESSHAMS. :>oo ; ::.L...: TURKEY fibFRANKS: ; orBOLGfSNA
was-taken to 'a firing range :: ::.,'." 1\\ .. .;..... WINGS r I(.:' ; I Community
where was given the chance to fire a ,.''' .. .J. Slate
,
\
Howitzer. Afterwards he was ...... '',.'".. /""I' .':.:" f"\o' I. _.' Bank
airlifted by helicopter! to the Camp ) 9 : 'tt ,::.:.:' Jri" c.Ii : : I C S =
)
( : .- ofStarke
park.Blanding given Museum a tour of and the unfinished Memorialand L8. $19 'IJI" ,, .,.' LB. 3 9 \t .c.-. ", 12-oz.PKQ. .9 9 THESE Checking SERVICES AVAILABLE Checks:

Martinez described his tour of the Savings Account creditflaveier's Card Applications
post as "terrific." CUT FROM BOSTON BUTT FRESH Loan Application Money Orders
"We're very proud that Florida is COUNTRY STYLE DELTA PRIDE W-D COOKED Certificates of Deposit Night Depositary
one of the unique places that has its $177 $399 $399 Money Market Accounts Notary Public
own property and therefore is able to PORK SPARERIBS ia CATFISH FILLETS La HAM . .'. La HOURS:
have this massive call out that we've ALL vRirriFii FRESH MON.-WEEX II.m.-. p.m.
had here now for some two weeks PALMETTO FARMS 2 $197 DELTA PRIDE W-D CHOPPED THima FRI.I OamOpmSATURDAY .
and another two weeks to go" Mar- PIMENTO CHEESE ma Its I CATFISH NUGGETS $249 HAM $259 B a m,2 pirn. IianlcW'
tinez said. La . . La
FARM RAISED
This past weekend more than 7.500 INDIVIDUALLY QUICKLY FROZEN
guards and reservists converged on FRESHSALMON $99 IMITATION WHITING

=- Forward Camp Blanding 90. Units to participate began pulling in Call out STEAKS La CRABMEAT FLAKES La $199 FILLETS . . PI&La $699

V of the post this week, and troop
I numbers will continue to decrease in EVERYDAY HARVESTFRESH
:: the next two weeks until the conclu- PRICE < EVERYDAY
sion of the exercise May 20. LOW ; LOW PRICE

SS X FLORIDATWIN W ICE

3 r PRODUCE
THEATREStarke '_ -1
a
964-5451 i r i I I '
Nature makes the produce.
3 : $2.50 SPECIAL' i I WINN-DIXIE! makes the difference.
1
,Ww Sat tf:Sun.Piyt s __ UXMCVKMLIA
Showing Only
A ">-Tuesdays ONIONS
Showing _
VIDALIA I

Closed Wed.A Thurs. ONIONS ,. 39C :
Starts Friday, May 11th _
-
--

TEENAGE MUTAHT $359 i:


LEAN NIBJA AND TURTLES_ BAG- iI I

FLORIDA VINE RIPE
GREEN SALAD !
.
'
.1.1.J\.III .l..JH1. -

FRIDAY 7:05 &9:05: REGULAR M ADC INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED BONUS MJ. b TOMATOES
SAT. SUN. 5:05. 7:05 & 9:05 SUPERBLENDCOFFEE SUPERBRAND ORE IDA $ 59 I

MOM. TUBS. 7:15 I SLICED CHEESE. nta $158 GOLDEN FRIES. l

-SCREEN 2- PARKAY $ 5g ASTOR FROZEN $ 29 LB1I .
_
JIM VARNEY $300 SPREAD, . Vtf ORANGE JUICE 'GIN i

: BAG PEPPERONI SAUSAGE or COMBINATION RED LEAF GREEN LEAF ,
Ernest Goes SUPERBRAND 80C VINNI'S C \ ENDIVE BOSTON ROMAINE I

tcJaml LARGE EGGS . oat PIZZA . : . 'ft? t CALIFORNIA or ESCAROLE i
.: IE] REGULAR! SHROOM or MEAT REGULAR or BUTTERMILK
FRIDAY 7:00 ONLY THRIFTY MAID $400 DANNON DOWNYFLAKEzR SALADS o I.

SAT.MON.SUN 5:00 & 7:00 SPAGHETTI SAUCE 3ziAt? IMARKETPLACE YOGURT . wF 63 . sui, 96C
roES 7:30SCREEN $ 0 0wPHARMACY
2- WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. HEADS 2 1

Hl4 oCT: FRESH FARM RAISED

THE GUARDIANAn LAME HEADLESS SALMONSTEAKS I i
rtt.nr oUND."OLD nomoACUCUMIEISor
p {WHITE SHflSMPFISHERMAN'S
LILLY'SP310 MflgO !

evil.ancient.. m INSULINREGULAR. $589 < FOE Y\\ !

or LENTII $599 s4ggSWEETCORN !
FRI.. SAT., SUN. LILLY'S TWHARF'n $ 99
| k
9:00 ONLY $889 LB.' La. u !
INSULIN . u: FRESH SEAFOOD. EMS
301 DRIVE-IN '.Vtea or 3IOoaBD IMITATIONCRABMEAT DeLTA pmoe FARM RAISED :
$ 99 FRESH CATFISH CHILEAN

Starke 964-7484 . r-$14 5 I SALAD . . L FILLETS. . . tI $319 RED GRAPES. La 970SYRINGES.
Fri. Sat. Sun.



BETTE MIDLER PO- -I Lowest Total Food I1flI Everyday I








.
.
'- --- -- .-, - --, -- -- -.----, ------- --------- -
... --',------ ', '



I


6 .t I






I I MayittIOIHI I '11'" i.iAl-ll: 11 Mils": *. Mil, ',a.I orI'M'! '.t ION l'.tg! "-lit

I

Need Great Buy? Check the .. May 1 Bradford County Traffic Court Finals.. .

Classifieds! while Boyer pled no contest carelessdriving NVDL; fined $120.25.
The following Individuals appeared Agee pled guilty driving Green guilty unlawful speed
before Judge George Pierce license suspended (DWLS); fined ; fined $52.Boyer pled
,
Bradford Traffic Court 137.50, pled no contest fail to carry 76mph in 55 mph zone; fined $136.
May 1 In
,' and exhibit driver's license; fined Walter Lee Henderson charged
DWLS
where their cases received final Earl Barber pled guilty ;
: home
Specializing In Birthdays And Anniversaries Or Any Small disposition. !1.Jimmy presented valid license., pay $52 $32.Mark A. Bradley charged with no valid with no tag mobile,dismissed. tag; presented
Performed court costs.
Indoor Or Outdoor Occasion And Marriages
!' 'Joiner pled guilty no Barber pled guilty unlawful speed mobile home tag; presented valid Donald Mark Hodges charged
valid driver's license(NVDL); fined 71mph in 55mph zone (amended tag, dismissed. with no mobile home tag; present
$120.25, Trt County supervision one 61mph In 55mph zone); fined $76. Dephrin J. Bright charged with no valid tag and will dismiss.
withno
mobile home valid Tommy Hutchinson charged
Jeremy Sean Boyer pled no con- tag; presented
fu'eI- year test DWLS[ ; fined $137.50: 30 days in tag, dismissed. mobile home tag; presented valid
'i under detention, alcohol and drug treat Emanuel Brown, Jr. pled guilty tag, dismissed.
Joiner 'pled guilty driving
,'(.c1iO1'QlLy Sue v1CG Influence (DUI fined $700, license ment at BUGC, Trl County supervision NVDL; fined$120.25. Wilbert Jenkins charged with no
; Charles F. Clark pled DUI mobile home tag; presented valid
(Feat Friendly&Affordable) suspended six months, attend DUI six months. guilty ;
Call Us fined license six tag, dismissed.
nelay $700 suspended
hours community work, Boyer pled no contest DWLS; 30
Today For AppointmentJim school, 50 days in detention concurrent. months, attend DUI school, 50 hours George Richard Lewis charged
& Heidi Mitzel Leave M..goOwn..r. Trl County supervision one pled year.guilty Boyer pled no contest DWLS; 30 community work, Tri County super- with no mobile home tag; presentedvalid
468-20OB Michael! Joseph Agee
< vision one tag, dismissed.
Coun- days in detention concurrent, fined year.
,Trl
fined$112
unlawful Speed; $137.50. David Lee Green pled guilty Myrtle W. Mack charged with no
ty supervision six months. mobile home tag; presented valid
tag, dismissed.
Debbie Norman charged with no
mobile home tag; dismiss,

Winn-Dixie Make Moral Queen For A Day! presented Karla Y.valid Ross tag.charged with no

Okay Dad, Mother's Day Is Just around the mobile home tag;' presented valid
corner. So what do you and the kids have planned tag, dismissed.

TM for her Not sure? Well, why don't you take over the mobile Brenda home Seeley tag;charged presented with valid no
kitchen for a night and cook her favorite dinner? tag dismissed.
." You can get everything you need at your nearby Ernest Williams, Jr. pled guilty
Winn-Dixie Like W-D Brand steaks Select Lean DWLS; present valid license for
pork, chicken and much more. Also don't forget to dismiss.
Williams pled guilty NVDL; pre
pickup a tasty dessert from our Deli-Bakery. sent valid license and pay$52 or pay
1/"' -- ..-- Come see the difference quality and value can make $120.25.
at Winn-Dixie, America's Supermarket. Williams pled guilty unlawful
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN. .DIXIE LOCATION:! speed 73mph in 55mph zone; pay
STARKE $124.
470 WIST MADISON STRUT Joyce Murie Dahlgren pled no con-
test DWLS; fined $190.
Robert Demps pled no contest
DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County

supervision Robert Pittman six months., Jr. pled no con-
We Lotte test DWLS; produced valid license,
lit $52 court costs.MaryAnn .
Hitzin Soud pled no con-
test DUI; fined $700, license
suspended six months, attend DUI
school, 50 hours community work,
Trl County supervision one year.
Soud charged with improper back-
ing; dismissed.
Soud charged with unlawful
speed- pay$112.

2 5010 OFF Misdemeanor Theodore Thomas Court Bresee pled
CRYSTAL VASEARRANGED FOR MOTHER'S
IN DAY guilty battery; fined$163.75, restitu-
ROSE BOUQUET OF tion to be determined, Tri County
supervision six months, no contact

CARNATIONS BOUQUET ROSES CAKE Mother's Day Cards with Bresee victim.pled guilty trespass in oc-

cupied structure; fined $137.50, Tri


$ $ / OFF County tery Aurora; 60 supervision days Bryant court pled six probation months.guilty ,bat-$50

$$99 99 99 court James costs.Albert Byers pled guilty

resisting arrest without violence;
L'Eggs PantyhoseDOZ. fined $120.25.
Byers pled guilty disorderly intoxication -
lu U ; $52 court costs.
DOZ EA. Rodney Alan Christian pled no
contest battery; $50 court costs.
5 0 /o. OFF Randall David Hickey charged
... .. .
-a. nnt :TPTAk STARCiAZ R"$. 1I ,I with,.f shipgwi I\\1o.ut\ ,aU, <; nse; $47

.Yarn t.ttt rutUES .f.l .Q' Wf-8Fa: i i r( .. 'M"".." I ".11' .ate' '..,.;.j." .',' .\t. ? '"wulieiee'Jfenk'inSpSeto. + "$pntest
ayue Ine battery; $50 court costs-.
HAND $ .199 William David Marchant pled

BOUQUETS. H. O If Mom isMOTHER'S \.. .4IJIII" guilty illegal possession alcoholic
"" Beverage; fined $120.25.
REMARKABLE VERSIONS 'fill" Marian Paul pled no contest Issu-
DAY $199 far away send a OP GIORGIO OPIUM ing worthless check; restitution has
'
BALLOONS 'UN. OBSESSIONS' WHITE'MOTHER'S been made.
WIIZ11 Dixie Gift LINEN*. A Albert Edward Smith
orrPOISONS pled no con-
DAY $A99 RENTA* $ 9 test petit theft; costs suspended.
MUMS . "SIZE''N. Certificate FRENCH "S Michael Wilkerson pled no contest
possession marijuana;; $50 court
...
Ar IMPRESSIONS
LARGE BLOOMINGJ99 Qftw.0'rgyaC''! 1.7-oz, costs.
SIZEd Johnny L. Alexander pled no con-
.. PERFUME
; f.A. [:(rr. test possession of drug parapher-
t >;;. nalia; fined$120.25.

$ w ---- CHAINLINKPRIVACY .

D e LI LOW EVERYDAY PRICE "4 EVERYR CE .., REPAIRS FIELD 41389043

81 e Bay tUl

AUSTIN FENCE CO

PEPSI

Highway 100

1/2 Mile West Of Miller's Shopping Ctr.
i J I
EACH5PIECES
I L
2 BREASTS WINGS, LEGS, ALL TYPES. IM ANY AREA

SOUTHERN
ALL wniencfCHEK
FRIED CHICKEN DRINKS I Legal NoticeNOTICE

____
j

$399 i $2oB __________ OF REGISTERFICTITIOUS INTENTIONTO

PC. NAME
BOX Puriuont lo Section 065.09
Iw Florida Statutes, notice Is
hereby given that the undersigned
TAKE HOMEBARBECUE ____ James R. Diion P.O.
Box 1431 Keystone Heights. Fl
PORK 32654 sole |joint owner doing
INCLUDES, aw REGULAR or LIGHT SMOOTH or CRUNCHY business under the firm name
.2 LB3.BBO PORK ROAST DINNER PACK' "" ol SERVICE PlUS 7077 SR 21,
LOW OF FRENCH BREAD OLD MILWAUKEE NOMS// DIXIE HOME DEEP SOUTHLa Keystone Heights. Fl 32656 Intends
*.CHOICE= OF TWO: lo regliter said fictitious
PEANUT
I TEA BAGS '
BAKED BEANS BEER name under the aforesaid
LB. POTATO BAUD t .
La SLAW Sg99 2 IJf BUTTER statute.Dated this 7th day of May.

EA. 24$7"8 11 .$300 Irtr 2 A.D., 1990 In Bradford County.

DELI BOILED PKG. (i" _1 18-0z.JARS$300 9/10 4tpd 5/31


HAM REGULAR or THIN APPLE'at GRAPE WANTED
BOX LINE ALL FLAVORS
CRACKIN GOOD MUELLER'SSPAGHETTI TROPICALJELLY 5 HOMES

$ COOKIES. ..2 'io.R$100 I . 3 u$100 . . 3;r' $100 NEED PAINTING
*************
BODY BUILDING: MOISTURIZING SHAMPOO orMOISTURIZING
"GIUI AIERIPAM MO.SOUII'IXM'a/ WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR : : CONDITIONERSTYLE SAVE HUNDREDSOF
LB
ItTUMVS56M05MJ SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES! SHAMPOO or $ 1 00 DOLLARS

a-'INCH DOUBLE LAYER TOM'S CONDITIONER ''N? 25% OFF
99
HEART $
CAKES . EA U a POTATO CHIP. 3Smm POLAROID 24-EXPOSURE NATURAL STYLE EXTRA HOLD or SUPER HOLD$400 *************

BUTTER : 5 HOMES ARE NEEDED IN THE GAINESVILLEAND
GARLIC N HAIRSPRAY .S
SURROUNDING AREAS TO DEMONSTRATE
FRESH BAKED 8,01 1 88 fl9 ONE FILM REGULAR UNSCENTED POWDER DRY, OUTDOOR AND ADVERTISE OUR NEW WOLVERINE
KNOT ROLLS -.oz. FRESH or DESERT SPICE VINYl SIDING SOFFIT AND FASCIA
$ SURE SOLID $ 18 AND ENERGY.EFFICIENT REPLACEMENT
BAa
INCLUDES S MEATS. PEPPERS.MUSHROOMS oo 17 OL 2 WINDOWS FROM THE HOME IMPROVEMENT
MADE WITH 1OOH' REAL PECAN CHOCOLATE CHUNK DEODORANTROUGHNECK PRo CENTER.OFFER 0000 FOR BRICK.WOOD.
CHEESE or CHOCOLATE FRAME OR ANY OTHER OWNER OCCUPIED
CHEESE SHOP I21RJ99 NABISCO EA $1097 HOME. WE ARE CELEBRATING 10 YEARS

DELUXE PIZZAS CHIPS AHOY. luOL$259 TRASH CAN DOING AND BUSINESS OFFERING IN GREAT THE SAVINGS GAINESVILLEAREA FRI
A LIMITED TIME ONLY WE WILL USE THESE
HOMES TO ADVERTISE AND SHOW OUR

i'I'CflII' NEW SOFHT WOLVERINE WINDOWS AND FASCIA FOR VINYL EXTERIOR 100 SIDING* FINANCING MATERIALAND WALLS

Winn-Dixie! Helps i I AVAILABLE. WITH EZ TERMS CALL
904 37 1700. OR FOR TOLL TERRY'FREE 57,7245S4AASK

RESIDENTIAL COInRAtTOILI';: 1A""Aa'.71I "

-_




"

. .. .



.-. .
.
.
vhi < v


... I ; '
KMtM'H.IIMKsAtIOIlOltltSM: IH>

,


WINN DIXIE tir.7America's : ::

:' i
,
'
.
c
,
Supermarket J, \

'. 1F 1S I
.

PRESENTS F S

Div. Fieldcrest






\ A _

I i' Iipny L c_ _


'
+ ? -
;3

Ss' t 'y { R .?};.dip; > Y'8b
: ;$ ?-mI "8 ji 4 "


YP yw E.a
.
'S

\ .
>
,' "

i', .,
''i,.
YYJp ( ) fvi
r
<
ey
ary
} t 3 ((3 q t

r U4t i.t F qrL } >- : a 1 v > y t .,t 4 i Si


i
.>"
i
Ek =
y J s $ I IC Iz








--S : T
i .tfsF
.

--- f--- I (

SAVE WITH OUR SAVER CERTIFICATE PLAN ,,',', 3"J yf '

Duet luxurious towel ensembles at incredible savings .'. '

when you participate in our savings plan! Duet towels 5 < ;

feature an attractive and unique double dobby border t @ S.

design and are available in four soft pastel colors plus an Gn -nj

attractive checkered pattern. These thick and absorbent

large sized towels are available at an incredible low price 4 .
' < .
just for you. 5

a
GET ONE SAVER-CERTIFICATE WITH EVERY
$5.00 PURCHASE YOU MAKE IN OUR STORE. .
How our certificate saving plan works:
YOU R WITH ONE FUll WITHOUT CARD
It's easy to obtain a full set of St. Mary's towels. Each time
SELECTION SAVER CARD (REGULAR. REtAil) you spend $5.00 at our store, you'll get a Free Saver *.
Certificate. (You'll get two certificates with each $10.00 .
Bath Towel S 299 $499 purchase,.three with $15.00, etc.)When you have filled
your saver card, you can purchase a St. Mary's luxury hath ,.
'item at our:regular low prices at any time. ;* :
Hand Towel $229' $429 .

f
WashCloth 9ge $299 -
PLENTY OF TIME JO

King Size $799 $. g99 ".. ;:;.", COLLECT A FUL .reft :1\ Y
'
W11y
.t.h Q
ONE/ ITEM PER FIUED SAVfff CARD S .Plus Tax. ; 5i' this Program Will Run'Through ..;,
Partially tilled over cards have no value il v*p v OCTOBER 10, 1990.
Enhance the beauty of your Duet towel collection with a "- --
coordinating checkered towel, available at all times for only $6.99 /" I,c t.v .. .



)
IJ





\ 10, IIHIU 'I'IEIII'll.: .Tn.s. : \ \111" l'on.--IINta'1'itE: :\; "ltt'\R:


Gov. Martinez of Bradford Schools f
Supt. [ Classifieds Gel e $ulI'l


Disagree Over Education Budget, Lottery .

-
'
by Sue Ellen Smith throw money after a problem:"Dun- For example, Duncan said, Brad- education system, Duncan said the
leT St'N Writer run *"'" "*>.." ''''- '''.lr'1! hlltl ..* ford County was given an additional funds provided from the lottery supplant -
The state's public education proposals are by far inadequate." $200,000 last year to Implement a ralher tnan supplement existing CAPITOL
system is suffering from performance Duncan spent most of the day program which would,! Increase the funding."It Ji::%:CONSTRUCTION
problems, but those problems Tuesday sitting in on a meeting of school day by one period. is suppose to enhance funding
will not be helped by in- the Senate Appropriations Con "If we had the money and not the but Instead it takes the place of
creases In education funding, Gov. ference Committee and discussing seventh period we could have done money from the general revenue.
Bob Martinez said during a press proposed education budgets with something with it," Duncan said. The amount of money going into
conference at Camp Blanding Mon- Rep. George Crady and Sen. Sherry Bradford County has other special education from the general revenue Residential Custom Homes
is less than it was several
funded through specifically source '
Walker ''" "'
day."It's programs said. ," Duncan said. -' "' ;;;;;:;-'-; :: iA.V;; ::';;; i ;; SRemodeling :,
not a money issue, it's a performance Duncan said Martinez is right allocated money,Duncan years ago
issue," Martinez said. when Martinez points out that "If we had been given the money The best thing the state could do Roofing
"And I think the school boards and education budgets have increased across the board with no strings attached with lottery money for education
superintendents and everybody else every year while school system performance we would have shown better would be to use it for new buildingsand
has really got to get on the ball to levels continue to performance," Duncan said. renovations of existing FHA FINANCING AVAILABLE
deal with the issue of performance." decrease. But, Duncan said, as facilities, Duncan said. James Trowell
But Superintendent of Bradford education funding increased, so did Duncan said Bradford County
County Schools Jim Duncan said special programs. Much of the in- needed an eight percent budget in- Duncan also said he was STARKERt.
school systems, Including the Brad- creased funding was not given for crease above its current $13.8 frustrated that the governor and the 98 Lake Butler
ford County school system, cannot existing programs,Duncan said,but million budget to keep up with existing legislature are not looking for new 2, Box 964-2088 496-3832
fund their existing programs allocated for specific new programs. programs and allow for salary revenue sources for education. Increased Lake Butler
without Increases in their annual "There has been more money,but and other personnel Increases. taxes on cigarettes, liquor
budgets next year, increases, Dun- so much of it must go to special programs Without that budget Increase, he and beer could be possible new -- -::a
can said no one in the state govern- that have taken away from said, there will be no salary in- sources, Duncan said.
ment seems willing to grant."I other effective things," Duncan creases next year and position in- FOREMOST a..J PRICE-WISE Sale
tend to agree that you can't said. creases.The county would have problems
The state's school system performance Stores Prices
Liquor
ends meet, Dun-
Just making
.
is as important an issue as Start"
can said. budgets,Duncan said. combine to bring you
SURPLUS AUCTION/OPERATION CENTER "We need to assess performance," LOWER PRICES 5/10
While Martinez said Monday that Duncan said."If we could determinethe
May 17th the lottery has provided "hundredsof cause of poor performance then
Starting at 9:00 A.M. millions of dollars" to the state we could do something about it." IN HOUSE- SPECIALS THIS'WEEK:

At operation center School Board of Bradford County, ;,lTR' CANADIAN LORD CALVERT 8.99
519 N. Orange St. W., Starke, FL 32091 '7.99
All Items will be auctioned and awarded to the highest bidder :UTIU EARLY TIMES '>
750 WILD TURKEY 101 11.99
Items Include: Items may be viewed call for
Information |750/ FLESCHMANN VODKA '4.99 .I
Electronic Equip. "
Equip.
Furniture Scrap Metal J. E. MOTT 750 CROWN ROYAL / 12.99
Various Items 904-064-6800 EXT 78 ttappy Mother's Day 41.75 SEAGRAM "7" CROWN 12,99\
'
;, 750 E&J BRANDY <; .;* 6.99
from

A heat DeOJ/e > PLEASANT VALLEY CARE CENTER 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke

pumpl LIL GRIFFIS -Manager 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301

anyone will feel / f'i'//Ii JUANA SILCOX Acting Administrator OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK


.. special thanks to the families for

comfortable l ,!n': lovely ladies with us. MAY 13$.

Person Mother's; Day
Mrs. Dea .For Aunt Dea Wilson Happy

with '.. 2wnf : ... Mr.Neil Tucker For Mrs. Anna Tucker MAY 20

'''- ....... Mr. Richard Schaffer For Mrs. Elna Schaffer
Boy th.Trans XL 1200 hot pump. .i' Mrs. R.B. Koons Ethel RichardsonMr. Happy Birthday To
It's bound to provide t long-lasttna
feettnf of comfort Because: the XL George Roberts For Mrs.Jewel Roberts Eloise, Rose & All May Birthday PeopleWEDNESDAY'S
1200 wfeathertron heat pump Is backed by an exclusive manufacturer's yearlimited
"Ii warranty on both the compressor and coil plus yean on pans And Mrs. Carolyn Autry For Mrs.Lucile Crews NIGHT
I the unlf super high\ efficiency\ helps reduce your energy usage all year lone. Mr. Bryan Erwin For Mrs. Martha Erwin LADIES
Cal today fat more detail on the XL 1200 heat pump. Financing is.valla 1e.erMMT .
Mrs.Barbara Hutcheson For Mrs.Thelma CarpenterMr. Ladies Drink FREE 8:00pm-12:00am
Claude Alexander For Mrs. Virginia AlexanderMr.
COWART George Lea th-For Mrs. Eunice Leath LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC
.
Aii ;jCon'dlfioninglContr actorsitinl fcfA 3W ,VjM'.,, ( '* *AI1."' V : Slim SJtort: ariii'fidse'Marttn! Keyboards.

:> CAC027828 .......: .o..J': ; "''''""" ," s' Wed.,Fri./Sat..lls :
tlter.ingt Bradford County and 984.8025 n'tlf.1V'ights.,1
surrounding counties for over IS yean. ti




for business. And we invite

i you to rediscover the kind oft

I friendly personal banking

.. service you may have feared
I.
had disappeared from

'- Bradford County forever: .

c. \ We intend :to provide the' y !

residents of this area with;the

finest, most professional:;!banking -
"
)
, service they've ever ; ,

known. And to be truly t responsive -, .

ceS to their needs.

S :\ JOJ- a. I We believe in Bradford' "

t1.et\u. J.O County. And we believe it .
J. O :---a
\.In deserves better than branch.
100
set OJ-O, banking. As a locally-oVvned,

\!\- V j. locally-managed community'

Vost i
kt \ bank, you can count-on us.for. ; .
"
.\. and fast '
COi\1 J. i; straight action. answers .


So, stop by today, and see ..
.
what it's like to do business

with headquarters. Now you

". r have an alternative.


'c.
.
.. ".,

',,' .,' After than 32 .
,; ,,;. more years ,
;
I.'
';1 r. Bradford: County finally has anew .

bank of its own. One ,
very .
Bradford.Cpurtfy .,
"
i Revolutionaries of K '
./' Group Of Local that's owned by its very own

:. : > Banking History.I people. Run by its very own .
t.: .. r. Makes "Bradford.CQunty's .
'{ I e. And dedicated to serv- First Banking
m.>>'!\ "I; poop ,
.; ..." :t jp.e. people. Alternative
'. ing its very own ot"'Ii '

,, :, ,- First National 1 Bank of in Mofettlthn,' \
., 'j'. ,'7'f : ;; ;.' 32 Years."
,' ,, ; :
.' ,' ..: ': Bradford County is now open .
,
,j '. I, ,
..,.>< .*....':.;',it..:.',..-,;, .'.. ,,. < .. ', .''Jf; .w".'tI' -<:,...i"', \". Ift" .''. .,:'"' _G EQUAL HOUSING r y. LENDER.

: '
1 f
f't f
v.: S." I .wMEMBER'f" FDIC .. 'f" :. I' 606 West Madison StreetStarke, Florida 32091-904964-9696


.

r '....." "... ..t- .. ,,,. .. "'J..oI") .U''hi. ,t.t"1av



... ,. .. .. -. .. ... '
wOl'1li"f'
,1'
'. _
_I. ,. 'T .
f
r V 'I.f I



I
PlgUB TELEGRAPH.TIMES&MONITOR SECTION May 10.1990 _n_ '


Looking? Check the Classifieds! I I r 4& t ,'. i _


a 1 r ,




Sappy Mothers (Day


from ::T L LI



FMUN

".

... i iC
-
!!Y ." I Ad -Lc



Enjoy A


.. \..., ....,, > '
..... : '1.1i! i I. '
25% SAVINGS STOREWIDE C frt.i:; '.. .::3" :" ,f,Mi'y.. r'. .. .
.d. ..,. ...t,.... .,,,'..' ,.,"' ",.t'""".''":..'.'' ili1.":1Ya1.j'"'tirt. # ;'
r-' ,'.. :.",, '" .rt...;;, "".
'y" 5 t -II; "
in honor of MOM I .6.0:#"'" ':t." I't 'c' :",
I 45 N. Temple Mastercard "' >T;
Starke Thurs. Fri. & Sat. Visa
964-5772 Mon.-Sat. 10-61 I Children Iron the Ihd Start pragnuw ol Baker Bradford Durol and Union eo tIN play at the water table during I
the annul May Day celebration at the RJJE.Center In Starke.


TWO CHEERS I Starke Head Start Hosts May- Dayby I

Sue Ellen Smith The children, ages 3 through 5, said( the public school 1 system can't
BCT Staff Writer spent the day outside playing help but benefit from the program.
FORMOMJust Almost 150 children from Bradford together and participating in activities Studies have shown that the
Baker, Union and Duval counties like the Slam Dunk,the Sack children themselves also benefit.
joined together at the Starke Race, and Plaiting the May Pole. Most who receive educational and
Head Start Center last Friday to Most of the games were taken from other services In the program
celebrate the Head Start program's activities the children participate In demonstrate improved academic
call or visit us today to send the annual May Day. everyday in class. and learning acheivement.
FTD counties Program Manager Jessie program was started in 1964 to pro income children can receive through
$35.00 Or the FTD Day is to bring socialization to these and learning skills and the nutri- tal care,social services and special
Spring GardenT"Bouquet. r children. They get to be introduced tional health of economically disad- services, Jenkins said. Generally
$27.50 to a new environment by coming to vantaged children before they enter parents apply to have their child
this county." public school. Bradford County has enrolled In the program, but Health
had a Head Start program since and Rehabilitative Services also
1968. refers special cases to Head Start.
Lady Florist
Bug "We try to give low-income
children a head start in life so they The Starke Head Start Center has
N'Ww' -c Jt (JRf 1005&WaterSt. can face the world,"Jenkins said. 75 children enrolled In the program,
xX Starke,FL The program, Jenkins said, introduces Jenkins said.Once a year,the center
the children to different recruits for new students as the
J 9s 4-495s aD eve .1 cultures, experiences and learning oldest children graduate and go into
.: tools. Children who enter kindergarten in public schools.
kindergarten from Head Start programs Interested persons should contact
,' generally are better able to the Head Start program of Bradford
Mother's Day adjust to school,and as a result,she County at 9648342.


This Sunday May 13th Vo-Tech Offering Swimming LessonsSummer I

Ju/a :Jlorl.t. ". :':' ;;. : ; : ; ;:; ;". swimming lessons for
: Starke Elementary, May 14
I
,.. .- :, ; :,!:have manorf.OC ; ;;. grades K-6 will be held June 18-28 Hampton Elementary May 15 '
"wtwn you ll with ', :;;,: :! : :. :
uy flomm ll bnutllully uld" :: : I Monday through.Thursday. ;The fee Brooker EIeJIlentaQ'MalMi.hIlJ\: : ( :!;
r DelIver 224 TEMPLE AVE;TABKI,PLONIDA..32m :::8.t. .;::..) ;m ....u... f. I 'is' $10 per student with the family Lawtey Elementary, ay &';mmm'' v
8TMalFTD.+ I990FTD. We PHONE EOM771tHOME PM,4M-12II : 'maximum of $30. Registration will Southside Elementary May 12
: .;.:..l&W::.;.:.:.:.i-1ttwtaet.:.;.:.::.:.:.:.:.' be held at the following schools from Late registration for the programwill
8 a.m. to 9 a.m. on the following be at the Bradford Vo-Tech May
days: 29-301rom 8 a.m.to 10 p.m.and June
ez ro........" from 8 a.m. to 3 p,m.
/ : r For more information call Becky
Reddish at 964-6800,ext. 122.
!Jwy. 301 9Wrtli Mo&tfethfoAudiovox STARKE LANES' SUMMER SCHEDULE

964-7500 AGENT 538-0584 ag (CLIP N SAVE) \0 VFW Post

TUESDAY'S Noon.'til Midnight ,., 1016 Installs
ORlAN Adult-Youth League at 7:00 pm
WELLS
(Starts May 15th)
8 Ball Pool Tournament at 9:00: pm New OfficersVFW

WEDNESDAY 6 pm 'til Midnight Post 1016 will Install Officers
Wed.Strikers Mixed League 7:30 pm for the coming year at ceremonies to
cow! Starts May 16th' be held May 17 at the Civil Defense
wv7cj2urIoLTtSS Building at the Bradford Fair
THURSDAY 5 pm'til Midnight Grounds.
Corrections League 6:45 The ceremonies will be proceeded
Ladies Nito 9 pm 'til 12 Midnight by a covered dish dinner at 7 p.m.
\ C'ELLruL JPJq 'EV"ICE/ / 2 for 1 Bowling&:Drinks The installation by District will 14 be Commander presidedover

FRIDAY Noon'til Midnight Fredrick Peterkin. .
SPSS Seniors Fun Bowl(Come when you can)1:30 pm Numerous other District Officersare
395.00 Installed Friday Nita Bombers(Starts May 11 th) also expected to attend.
PlusRICK Mixed League 7:30 pm All VFW members and their
guests are requested to be present
l SATURDAY Noon 'til Midnight for this important occasion. This
,"J Red Pin Noon til 6 pm 75*a game meeting will also be open to any interested
Moonlite Bowling 9 pm veteran and his guests.
WELLS "Come on out and show
your sup-
Central Manager Sundays &Mondays Reserved For port for your local veterans," says
PRIVATE PARTIES CALL ADVANCED RESERVATIONS David Barber,Post Commander. .
N 90 Days 964-8175 For more information, contact [.,
j Commander Barber at 9645705.

N 0% Financing : ,'

I I'I

Yee
o \
tsY ;:
I
Gv
\
I II I

: ,
WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK :: -

I,

Dorman Well & Septic TankInc. I

-US, 301 .S 964-8061,

1983

MIiJl1IBmiE mmML :

2 & 4 in. Water Wells, Pumps-Sales, Service, Installation, Septic tanks, .

Lift Stations-New Installation Drainfield 8 oz. Rib Eye
Repairs. Salad Bar '&:. Drink r$799 da .

.
\.
-CONTACTt or try our Food Bar
I Pot Roast. Baked Ham Turkey & Gravy. .

Mashed Potatoes. Cream Corn. Macaroni .
Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004 & Cheese. Green Beans. Much more,

Lex Jones 275-2716 After 6 p.m.> OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE



STATE LICENSURE ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES $489 ., t

4

..
I 4',



f
/ I



f

10.*000 TELEGRAPII,TIMES&MONITOR SECTION I'aife 711

., Judge to Cargill: i

Resume Business

with Lawtey

,. mI Poultry GrowerU.S. ; ,

.District Judge John H.Moore THIS
granted an Injunction against SUNUER
Cargtll, Inc.. the worlds largest
privately held corporation forcing it
to resume doing business with Ar-
thur R. Gaskins, a Lawtey poultry

grower.Last year,Gaskins filed a class ac- IS NOT
tion suit against the giant poultry
.processor, charging that Cargill I
underpaid growers through short
weighing poultry laden trucks at the

dock.Cargill quit doing business with THE1IMEFINDTYR TO
Gaskins after the suit was filed, ac-
cording to news reports.

The Justice Department filed a
suit against Cargill last December,
saying that Gaskins should be allowed -
to work with Cargill again.
Poultry growers cannot exist
without an outlet for their produc-
tion, and usually have contracts for
the sale of chickens and/or eggs pro AIR CONDITIONER
duced. In effect,Gaskins was cut off
from a market by Cargill's refusal topurchase
from him, since he no
longer had a contract and could not

I i replace the buyer.Cargill's spokesman. Greg DOESN"T WORK!

'Courtney Cuter and one of.her bAllet dauc strike a DOM during practice but Lauser, said Cargill has just received -
.
.ree8i.Courtney's notice from the courts,and is tak-
ing the Information under advise- Let us check it out now, your system, clean it, and
School ment and will be deciding over the
of next few days what its next ap- so that it is ready to keep estimate needed repairs... if
propriate action will ber according cool when summer is We offer
Dance Readies for Recitalby to The Florida Times-Union. you any. professionalhere.
Air conditioners that service on Trane and other

Sue Ellen SmithCT teaches classes both in her studio Gaskins; head of a local poultry don't keep you cool when brands.
association, and 38 other
Courtney Staff Writer Carter has learned. you and at in the Starke.First PresbyterianChurch growers NE Florida poultry growers, is you need it are no good. Make sure your air

have to be careful when you say the. Carter said her dance classes for James represented Grippando by' ,Miami who said Attorney,"We're We have a special conditioner is ready for
word never. .. children teach them more.than just
When Carter was 14 years old,"her dance positions and steps. obviously result and'very think pleased the with order the pre-season price to check summer. Call us today.
first major dance role as the Snow "I would like to think all these little .
demonstrates the of
types problemsthe
Queen in the Nutcracker to be
ballet girls are going professional face." .
taught her the hardships of learninga ballerinas, but I know they're not," poultry growers reached
Gaskins could not be
by
role and showed her the tremen- Carter said. "But listening skills, evening. 10-Point Check / $29.95
telephone Tuesday
dous responsibility fell on the, learning skills, these are life skills.
shoulders of her Instructor. It was They start a task and see
while that ballet that completion."
dancing Carter ,it to
vowed she would never, ever bea Carter s students, adults and Free Hunter 1)) Freon Check 6)) Amps. on Compressor
dance instructor. _' children, will complete their dance '
Filter
'Education Course Set 2)) 7) Thermostat
Eighteen years later,Carter 16 the ,"task" with a recital May 19 in the ,
dance instructor for her own dance Bradford High School Auditorium. at Camp Blanding 3)) 011 Motors (if required) 8)) Adjust Super Heat
school, Courtney's School Of Dance, There will be a matinee perfor- '
near Keystone Heights And there Is mance at 2 p.m. and an evening per- The Florida Game and Fresh 4)) Condensor Coil 9)) Check for Leaks
nothing else she would rather be formance at 7 p.m. Carter's classes Water Fish Commission will be of-
"I wouldn't be doing'It,if I, didn't from the third grade and up will be fering a free hunter education 5)) Evaporator Coil 10)) Check Condensate Drain
love it," Carter said. performing Coppelia. course June 12, 14, 19 and 21 at 8:30
Carter has been teaching ballet "We do a full stage production p.m, in the Camp Blanding
jazz and tap classes to children andadults ballet," Carter said. "Few dance The 12-hour course includes armory.infor-
for seven years. Formerly an schools do that now." mation
on firearm safety,
elementary school teacher, she Although Carter said she realizes wilderness survival,first aid,ethics, SAWYER HEATING & AIR i
began teaching dance at the urgingof how important dance can be to both wildlife identification,',conservation
friends who Knew she had danced children and adults as a form of ex- laws,and marksmanship. 1103'South Walnut Street
professionally for the.Birmingham ercise, she feels there's more to e TE"Starke
Ballet in Alabama. teaching dance than that Effective June 1991. persons Florida 32091Phonc:9049646520 .
She started first da's4 ,30 tud<>tH'>teit ver t about. eri appreciation! 'of thq arts, ,to>general,;.*I>huhjt( <*iti.M required'by-Ww tcrcom"- MAtnrStreet.' Lake Butler' : '....' .N yuatrluoujter rewbraair5 1k'N '
,
.
to 270 Carter said. 'We attitudesof '
enrollment was grown develop> -pleteoChislourse.Pre-registration is "
students who come from Bradford, appreciation,and that's as impor- required. Call 353-6331 for more in- Phone: 496-3805
Clay and Alachua counties. 'She tant as developing muscles." formation.
4

First Bird, Fair S May 19 at CapitalTallahassee

is proud to present Its a.m. to 5 p.m.
We can't mast another
first ever Bird Fair hosted by the The public will get a chance to seea year ;
Big Bend Bird Club. The event, wide variety of exotic birds; some
scheduled to take place Saturday, of which will be available for pur-
May 19, will be held at Raa Middle chase. Vendors will also be on hand
School across from Northwood Mall with the latest in bird care ac
and perience promises for all to be visitors.a truly Admissionis unique ex- cessories.For more'. information call The problem must be solved now ))1

$1 and the fair will be open from 8 386-4714.


JfREE'BAR-B-QUE The issue: I


SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOME TransportationTransportation l X 4,'


MAY 26, 1990 lPM 8PM


GOSPEL i in Clay, Bradford, and St. Johns

counties means more than just driving from home ;,
MUSIC
to work, and back.

featuring. Gospel Sounds: Good transportation is directly tied to the quality {

of Lake Butler '" -- of life in House District 21. Without good roads anda

.. Thornton Family of good transportation network, every time you
Perry
Cavaliers Southlanders of I 468-2619 I leave home can become a nightmare of congestionand

Live Oak gridlock, and a huge potential automobile
"t Glory: Road Travelers State floFlorida accidents. '

and from many:Macclenny others! Finding the transportation solution will take an ; '

Brine Your Own Lawn ChairsNo extra effort of bi-partisan cooperation and open-

Alcohol Please mindedness. No one legislator can stand alone and j

expect to bring projects home to their districtThe. 'It's critical that District 21 has a representative -

Bradford way to accomplishment in the Florida House of Representatives that can solve problems and bring work-

is to find a solution that works for able solutions home from Tallahassee. My :-
Chiropractic Center pledge to you is that the needs of District 21

Starke Office everyone, and only then what's best for ,District 21 will always take precedence over political

218 S. Walnut St. can occur as soon as possible.. maneuvering;every vote on the floor of the :!

Nest to the Chamber of Commerce The transportation crisis in District 21 must be HousewillbecastfortheDistrict'sresidentsrsolved
because of restrictive harmful
not ideology or -
J 964-4957 this year. The Legislature I and the Governor partisan obligations. >!

must agree on a plan and funding. We can't take -John Thrasher S

IATN CONTROLHGadaches the risk that a crisis will go away because it's
Watch for
rau' : our campaign
Neck&Arm ignored. We need action now.
Mid Back headquarters opening soon.
INJURIES
Low Back&-Leg-
r .Work Related

; Sport Personal JOHN THRASHER
7 Auto AccidentsDR.

W. DAVID SIXES
CHIROPRACTIC: PHYSICIAN

THE_TEAM APPROACH Florida House of Representatives:. .

I. Republican
chmOl'ltACTIQ CARE WIlEN yOU NERD IT14 -
novas A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK
,.Id politic!dvwllMfTMnt paid for by campaign truiurar.May
964r4:957,24 HOUR; BEEPER .
[ : ,
m''OfTfc.HmuMo.....*t i.MMX,.m. S.a sy Appolntm.ne


V.



.... L ., n '1. ... w \ .a < -r _.... .. ... l .. .. .. ? ... +. .... w .w. -. ....... .r .. .... -. 4 .*. % -* >... *..-... *+*--A.t 15 i r '.. .. .. < .
.
.. ,, .. . .
.:. Cry 4h V .ti'.







PaRe 88 TELEGRAPH TIMES MONITOR .: May 10, 19110I



I Special SFCC Registration to Be Held Tonight- I .

There Is still time to register for College Composition, Writing About America, Intro to Computers, and i- NOW SERVING'
the six-week Summer A semester at Literature, Advanced Composition, Nursing Assistant.
the Andrews Center of Santa Fe U.S. History to 1877 Public Speak Academic Advisor Betty Lou I CH'NA
Community College in Starke. ing, Elementary Algebra{ College Drost will be at the Andrews Centeron BUFFET
Classes begin Monday, May 14 and Algebra I and II, Topics in Finite Thursday and Friday,May 10 and Restaurant
run to June 28. A special evening Math Principles of Economics I,Intro 11 to assist students with advise-
registration will be held tonight to Humanities Modern World ment.
from 6 to 8 p.m. History to 1815, Fundamentals ofPhvIeal For more Information please Mandarin" & Szechuan Cuisine LUNCH
Classes offered this term Includt'tI Sciences Religion In come by the center or call 964-R382. '
1900 J* T.mptVi Slaifc, *; florida 32Q91', .

. Jacksonville Symphony to Play at the Ravines May 26by I For TO-RENA;; MOtEL; .., Eat-In or> Take Out
t.tigtvstions'or lake out. or4l,r.:- call;, 864-7691
A brilliant fireworks display coordinated finale of tne Third Annual Ravines Proceeds from the event will ALL, YOU CAN EAT e ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
with the 1812 Overture performed Pops Concert"On the Green"Saturday benefit the Clay County Education .
YEARS $1.00
CHILDREN UNDER 3 OF AGE
by the Jacksonville Sym May 26 at the Ravines Golf and Foundation.
I phony Pops Orchestra, under the Country Club. Mark McCumber Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 ,
direction of Associate Symphonic PGA Tour golf professional, widserve for children under 12. Special
Director Charles Ellis, will be the as master of ceremonial benefactor and patron packages are HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY
also available.Tickets are availableat M .
------ the Ravines Golf and
Country
Club membership office, the Green BUFFET DINNER Friday & Saturday NightsAll
Cove Springs school board office,the
Orange Park school board annex, You Can Eat Our Buffet Consists of more than 15 Delicious Items i
the Clay County Chamber of Com-
merce, and all Clay County public
schools. NOW OPEN liON Tuesday-Friday:Lunch 11 a.m.til 2:30 p.m.;.Dinner 5:00 pm til 9:30 pm.'
ftwtV Saturday- 5:00 pm tit 9:30 pm. Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30 pm;
I Check the Classifieds I FOR LUNCH' ONLY; .. Dinner 5:00.pm Ill 9 pm




R1 e e



.
<< "


-' ,
I


-
-


wllKillS o
Eugene Latest,above,opened United Network Promotion this month In the
renovated former Starlit Motel building four mile north of Starke on
US301.


New Business Opens in


Former Starlite Motel


Sue Ellen Smith "I felt that Starke was an area
BCT Staff Writ. that offered a lot of potential,"
Lateef said. "It has future potentialfor
If you've ever wanted to see the "
someone who's starting out.
name of your business or organization
Lateef formerly of Westbury,
on everything from pens to play-
ing cards, Eugene Lateef is the man New York moved to Starke with his
to see. wife, Michelle, in July of last year
Lateef,a Starke resident since Ju- He had purchased the Starlite Motel
ly of last year, recently opened two months before moving to the
United Network Promotions In the area, he said, because he was interested
renovated former Starlite Motel four in real estate and felt pricesin
miles north of Starke on US-301. His the area were reasonable. After
business provides advertising considering razing the building, he
specialties and promotional items to decided to renovate it instead and .. ..
open his own business. .w 4. w. w P'1 '7t
help promote businesses.organizations
and activities. .. -' ';ateef \hired George E. Patterson *i BflMifcJ
means of Jacksonville to
and Associates
What that he'can have **-**! UW
items provide him with architectural plans
Including t-shirts bumper
stickers, balloons, pens, letterheadsand for the building based on his own 4OR
envelopes Inscribed with the design sketch. Stevenson Construction
of Starke was hired as the
name,address and phone number ofa
general contractor. To cut down on
business club church group, etc.
Lateef did much of
His promotional items can also be building costs,
used for public awareness activities, the renovation work himself
political campaigns,and community Lateef worked as an engineering
defense
functions Lateef said. technician for Unisys a con
tractor and computer company, for
Lateef said he decided to open 13 years before moving to the area.
United Network Promotions near He said he had contemplated opening
Starke because be felt there was a his own business but realized
need for the business in the com how hard he would have to work.
munity. He also said he felt the "You want to be successful, but
business could be marketed outsideof you know it's not going to be easy,"
the area. Lateef said.


J.' I,

The 0 FFI < ';1-: '

,V; F--' '




Chiropractic ,..
'


OVER Center 700 INSURANCE Dr. VA. Berry

COMPANIES ACCEPTED ENTIRE STOCK
.AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES
HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
NECK& ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS
.MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL

24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE

964-8018

864 N.Temple, Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)



SOLAR POWERED GATE'OPENERS

Weatherproof'' Remote Controlled

No Maintenance I1il1fl11ilhIllll Easily Installed
Opens Gates to Battery Back Up
22' & 1,0001' Many Options
< ,

PowerGate Systems +.>? ALL

((904) 462-5495 .
RT.1,BOX 49 S AMERICAN
WILSON &JANE RUMBERGER DEALER ALACHUA,FL 32S15/ *

+ t'44' GREETING
COUPON _'_ _I Ii -':
rt1ai1-1ltil t

i HT GUARANTEED\ TRANSMISSION I %,',\; \O CARDS .


I AND GENERAL REPAIR i O 5'00/0

I Across. from Merchant & Southern Bank Keystone Heights FL i .
*
1 4739543i : SPECIAL .

8 Point Transmission Check MAJOR WlTJI O OFF .
Fluid Replace orCta n Filter,Must Binds. REPAIR .
Check vacuum, Check U.kIntSt.ChckCVJolnti, .., "
1_ Check 8 Adjutt Linkage, Read .est Prlonnanc .'

I- $95 .;. -e ,a

-

'Installed CV Boots $3995 I NO tAV A AJ a VS ALL SALES IN a I ASli Oft CHARGE

(Only Will With Coupon}

.I. Visa i Mastercard _' COUPON _I_Most Ir1 Cars_'''.; ..
"'_'_'_'_I < -



d Y c t _... J





May 10, 1900 TKI.K<;i .U'll.TIMKS: ; &:\I/sI'rtH---Iit: +,-(I'ilX l'.iKi>1111

-- .

I first Execution of 1990 Carried Out. Fridav I v S- I

J
tllll :
I by Carolyn Eaves ,. ...
The state of Florida last carriedout Uons since the death penality was inmates had their death sentences
acT half Writer. an '!" .". ._.! a year ago. Gov. restored In 1979,was replaced beforeTafero's communted to life in prison and he Large or Small Loads of Llmorock
Death row inmate Jesse Tafero Martinez has signed death warrantsfor execution with a synthetic eventually was allowed to live in the
died May 4 in the electric chair at 40 death row inmates since the sponge that could not conduct electricity general population of Inmates. I Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
Florida State Prison.Tafero,43,was May 4, 1969 execution: of Aubrey as efficiently. The autopsy But just after the Supreme Court
put to death for the 1976 slaying of a Dennis Adams,but all have received findings were not very diflerent'from ruled in 1976 that xtnton once again 9&
Florida Highway Patrol trooper anda stays. those of other executed in could execute criminals,Demps kill- BBB 1a2 SO23 964 3095
Canadian constable. mates. However, Dugger said there ed again. Of all the inmates who
Tafero,his girfrlendSonja Jacobs will be a change back to the natural were let off death row after the 1972
her two children and traveling com- Much press was given Friday's ex- sponge. ruling,Demps was the only one who
BUY PAY
HERE HERE
panion Walter Rhodes, Jr., were ecution due to an apparent human managed to get back on. This time
sleeping In a two-door Camaro park error Department of Corrections he was sentenced to death for the WE FINANCE
The May 9 scheduled execution of stabbing death of fellow
ed in a rest area on 1-95 near Pom- Secretary Richard Dugger said he Inmate
pano Beach Feb. 20, 1978, when the does not believe changes in the ad- Bennie Eddie Demps 39.- was Alfred Sturgis, who was found
two victims ministration of Florida's death cancelled when Demps received a bleeding in the cell of his alleged
Trooper Phillip approached.Black and visiting penalty will result from the error. four month stay. Demps once had a homosexual lover. Sturgis implicated E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy
Canadian constable Donald Irwin of The wrong type of sponge was Inserted chance to stay out of Florida's eclectic Demps and two other in-
Ontario were killed into Tafero's head piece, chair forever but he blew it, according mates In the stabbing. Deals with E-Z Wheels
causing fire and to State Attorney investigator Death row Inmates total
checked on the the car while patrol forcing the execu- now 318
ing the rest area. When he woke tioner to switch from the traditionally Wiley Clark. On death requiring three wings to house the
them Black saw and confiscateda automated electrocation to row for two Lake County killings in men at FSP. Four women on death (904) 964-7783
semi-automatic up handgun. Black manually Jolt Tafero. The sponge 1972 when the U. S. Supreme Court row are housed at Broward Correc- TOMMY BRAY 1320 N. Temple Avenue
was talking on his radio with a which is soaked in a saline solution is ruled capital punishment was unconstitutional tional Institution In Pembroke Manager Starke FL 32091
,he and about 60 other Pines.Shop.
dispatcher when gunfire erupted.Polce used to conduct electicity through -
the inmates's head. A natural
say Tafero ana Jacobs pulled
,which had
sponge been used
without
out and
guns began firing at Black
and his friend. problem in the 21 previous execu- i!
Black died from gunshot woundsto !
the head and neck, while Irwin r I Joan's I II On May 13th the
at II I
received fatal wounds to his right / l I ,
eye and shoulder.Black was survived 1
by his wife and young son. Irwin I 1I I
left a wife and five children: M forMother's most important
Rhodes, who received three con-
current life terms testified Tafero i ]>flmddeling y
and Ms. Jacobs killed the officers. 1 ; Ropn Additions*
Both were convicted and sentencedto Screened Porches Decks- woman
death, but Ms. Jacobs' sentencewas :' 'lasis'Ssatssa'SEsr-ii-l---- !* '' : m \
communted to life In prison In FREE ESTIMATES
1981.They remain Incarerated. in life
Tafero, a native of Jersey City .. your
.
had a long juvenile record and servo I
ed six years in prison before the kill- 964-95O5
Ings. e free

,..' '. .. '
ay "
Show your mom how is members of your
The Closer You Look
important she is to aI family order
you with a special barbecue lunch-
,We Look J-/ : Specials barbecue
,' Mothers Day lunch eon special or -
-- 1, i. : 'Ii.....': or dinner at Sonny's. t dinner plate
-
w.fsu..lt'tep ",. -. OttDresses Mom can have her of equal or greater
;.. .._..- ."__: choice of a barbecue value This Mother's
0'" ''l" \i Monet Yewelryi chicken, beef = Day meal will be
:
l i.1 or pork luncheon served in Sonny's
: Missy & Petites, special or a barbecue ; ? dining room only
chicken,FIbs, For the best mom
: Sfacfa Coordinates & Blouses .. beef or pork dinner plate,Mom's on her important day this is
'
'i-'.. meal is free when one or more barbecue at its bestl!



Joans fashions C0J11dS.REAL PIT BAR.B.Q


230 S.Temple Ave.

,.." CA.w1adw ')ua/ J' rwb Cw.. rpon.":t6r .2800 Starke Plaza 964-7651 Starke, FL 32091

NW 74th Place Gainesville* 375-1106cJc. .*.OCO...MltMMu.1 Visa MasterCard Layaways Welcome Phone: 964-8340
.

---. .. 0 "--=_


.- -.. NDITION- ,- '',, ALL THE'WHITE ELEPHANTS ARE GONE



( YOUR Except A Few Odds & Ends,.


WATER And The Boss Said Get Rid Of Them NOW.


: ;:.,., Come Wheel&Deal With Us On Them.

WITHOUT Mostly 1-Of-A-Kind


i GAS COOK TOP SAMSUNG


I ; GETTiNG From $317 "CRrJiQ1E,1mUIbTj '



SOAKED.



...; 1"1-
f -
- - -


iii :1 JUST $620/ ,,, 1 ; From 207

I ;. H< ;.E,>> ", ;r Q .,.,, :"

F ONTH.Rlghinow. I :} fuIN.
1 .. 'xr.\'f' &,*hY+ ;*,.f..jii. ELECTRICDRYER Philco
I I\ICQ'v'o!h 04K.v tyb.Ju*.'''l69Op w for 3 monitv.pun Iramlkxkxv Con CuHigonlodoy ; <; Quasar
1
!; I obout: ihtt Iknlwd nm irmloff. &) ., TVs
All Console
I m' :.R? : [' .(<
I .I. $9UOz: '*/
II '. 'n') as '' $225
I '18003429084TULLER- t 1i? LQkS1it o \ ...-, p
I : IE tjT. ? nnwww ., a 0, 'LAV'AR,4IO".C""K .Refill your 201b
'
: :
f- --ci 'A n.F. 'lip'' !? REPO .
f J'i. .
'> % >'$ 1tif; ."
I If II ''.'W'. ; ). MAYTAG' for ynurg t,111 -r'gascyhnder'"
r II I DO 'Of.; 'AN' / only)

I :il';i : '. WASHER ,$ "O() s: ;:'

I ?t'f'f" lii'P' 'f'1jt1tR-'H, "'* {f f'! '> $1995
L'.ao-: =::.a:_ __ - .J <>" w.h $275 = ",

'"b'> ,r ag,,'
;
'

r Chiropractic Center SAWYER FOR GAS ISTHEGAS GRILL SERVICED GRILL DOCTOR.PA .CABLE-READY Cook tt This Weekend.

Keystone Heights Office & ACCESSORIES jtiSAWYERtiS& RCAlCONSOLE:: GAS GRILLS

260B S. Lawrence Blvd. '<:-f<}; "
< :
,
tsss ..t;4,. 'S'T' ',.. FROM
473-7.213 :i}; 't t \".}{ nty' ::':; $ '

,. f 75
t.f o$ "' "
.. '?; "350>'"'1'
.'t ,
CONTROL P b
PAIN
"
APPLIANCES?
.Headaches JNJURIES't '
Neck&Arm Work Related ;
t Mid Back Sports I
&Leg
Low, Back Personal I

Auto Accidents
1

,, DR.RICHARD C.TUIAERCHIROPRACTIC


I WHEN YOU NEED CARE IT GAS & F-1

24 HOURS A DAY 7

i DAYS A WEEK U.S. 301 South 964-7701 r

I, T om*Hours Man.Fit OFFICE 8:30-!11:00:HOUR p.m.t 8...B.r Appointment (All pictures used for illustration only)




I
.



. IOn. : :(: >ll.TIMKNAMONIIOIt.l.siN: IUu* Hi, I I'Mio!

Ricky W. Hawkins pled no contest Bradford county Trauma 1 I, one by ShandsCair and f
News Briefs I simple battery; placed on one year Rescue Answers one by LifeFlight.The SANTA FE HOME CARE (

probation.Perry Louis Keaton found in viola- 151 Calls In March taken majority to Bradford of the patients, 68,. Do You Like. _
were Hospital.Ten .
by Carolyn Eav.* tion of his probation for possession of Bradford County Emergency patients were taken to Shands *Being a Patient Advocate? : '
BCT Staff Writer cocaine sentenced probation revoked, Medical Services Rescue respondedto Hospital, seven to North Florida *Caring for 5-6 patients a day?, .
to 18 months DOC. a total of 154 calls/or/runs duringthe Hospital and IS to Alachua General Practitioner?
No Bradford Trials Truby Slade pled no contest aggravated month of March, according to Hospital,in Gainesville. One patient *Working as Independent
assault without a firearm taken Having time to give care? :
Scheduled Supervisor Cliff Chapman. was to Humana in Orange quality
During and simple battery seek; placed on one 113 transports required the Park, one to Baptist and one to St.Vlncent's *Working flexible daytime hours with one weekend per month.?
Trial Week in April year probation, counseling,pay
transporting of 119 patients. Fortyone (in Jacksonville) and two *
selected for $150 COfatS. calls required no transporting.The to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Having the opportunity to advance professionally?
Although juries were Richard Lee Krichcr pled no con- and excellent salaries and benefits?
made 22
trials scheculed for trial week in back-up unit runs Surgery Center. Enjoying
test four
Bradford County Circuit Court, forgery make; placed restitution.on years two patients were transported by Illness related calls topped the list RN'
probation,
there were no trials April 24. Trauma I to University Medical of emergencies with 47 people Join our rapidly expanding program with positions available full time.
Defendants pled rather than go to Alcohol ContributesTo Center Jacksonville and one patient needing attention. Fifteen cardiac Functioning from our Bradford Branch office In Starke. 3 yrs.nursing
trial the pleas were to lesser included was transported by ShandsCairto patients (one in full arrest) and 15 experience desired. Interested applicants call or send resume to:
offenses. Boating DeathsThe Shands Hospital in Gainesville. calls to people in trauma. were the
Rodney Lee Carmichael 29, The majority of the patients, 72, next highest need. Another IS runs Marji Gibson
results of indicate
an autopsy Alachua General Hospital Telephone:
were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six were to people in trauma resulting
charged with grand theft, pled no the deaths of four kill- (9045
young people patients were taken to Shands from vehicle accidents. Ten people 801 S.W.2nd: Avenue 338-6750(collect)
contest. Carmichael was placed on ed in accident the last
a boating Gainesville,Florida 32601
and ordered to Hospital, five to North Florida suffered respiratory problems, one EOESMILEMAKERS
one year's probation weekend in have been
April, may
make restitution of $1,47620 (an linked alcohol the Hospital and 28 to Alachua General call was to an obstetric patient and
to consumption by
negotiated amount). boat driver. Hospital, in Gainesville, one to two runs were to a fight.Four people
26 Humana in Orange Park and one to were dead when the unit arrived. B
Carmichael charged July
was r
Stephen Lewis Findley 26,of Mid-
Medical Center in Two calls
Memorial were to a hazardous
with bank and merchandise
stealing deposits dleburg the driver of the 16 foot
Jacksonville. material incident, three calls
from Town and County Ex- pleasure boat, was found to have a were 9
xon in Starke in the amount of blood alcohol content of .20 percent. Illness related calls topped the list cancelled and two calls were false
of emergencies with 44 people alarms.
$3,873.07 while he was employed by Investigators for the Game and
cardiac
needing attention. 19 pa-
the local station.
Fresh Water Fish Commission
tients (one in full arrest) and 14 callsto
Timothy R. Wilkerson charged believe the accident occurred when people in trauma were the next Dial 911 Emergency
the victims at
were returning
with resisting arrest with violence, approximately highest need. Another 11 runs were
1:30: a.m., April 29, toDoctor's
assault on a law enforcement officer Lake to people in trauma resulting from 4
after
and battery, pled no contest waterfront entertainmentarea visiting a vehicle accidents. Six people suf- )
resisting arrest without violence, popular in downtown Jacksonville. The fered respiratory problems and ten LIFE&PRAISE MINISTRIES' ",
assault and and were Inter-hospital transfers. One
battery was placed
three and PO.Drawer
men one woman apparently .
on one year probation, ordered to died from severe head run was to a stabbing victim and one Starke FL 32091PASTOR
make restitution of 3190. instantly run was to a snakebite victim. Two EDWARD VAN CAMP
when their boat struck the
Wilkerson, 42, of Lawtey was injuries underside of a private wooden dockon calls were to suicide attempts.obstetric A FULL GOSPEL FAMLY CHURCH ? MOTHER'S DAY KINGS
charged in an incident October 8 Two calls were to pa 2
the south side of the lake. Their "Come
when he became violent while officers tients. Four people were dead when experience the difference"Schedule
(from Fresh Water Fish and boat was found drifting just before the unit arrived. Four calls were of Services: 3 Stones

Game Commission and county) noon.Florida has over 700,000 registered cancelled and one call was a false Sunday Morning Worship- (including 3 stones)
were him alarm, said Chapman.
questioning concerning 10.30am:
boats and ranks second in the nation
dumping on government property. with boating related deaths. During Sunday Evening Worship

April 16 Finals 1989, there were 1,069 boating ac- April, 1990 pmWedneSday
cidents resulting in 79 deaths. During the month of April Rescue Evening Worship- $9795
Lawrence Dewayne Slocum pledno DUI boating carries a fine of$250 1:30: pm
total of
responded to a 151 .
contest battery on law enforce
to $500 for a first conviction, MMMHMMMMMMIMBMIIHIIIIIMiinH B
calls/or/runs to
according Chap-
ment officer, use or possession of $ -$1.000 for the second convictionand
drug paraphernalia,sale of cocaine; $1,000-$2,500 for a third or subse- man. the CIRCLE J. FENCE
105 transports required
disposition May 14. .
Edwin John Richardson chargedwith quent conviction.For transporting of 115 patients. Forty- & ALUMINUM
first offense the must
a person
cheating; pled no contest placed attend substance abuse and six calls required no transporting.
a course WILLIAMS
The back-up unit made 14 runs and COMPANY
on two years probation.A second perform 50 hours of community ser JEWELRY
two patients were transported by
charge of cheating dismissed. vice work. SERVING STARKE
Ricky Lavon Gainey was re- KEYSTONE HOTS.&MELROSE
sentenced for manslaughter with CR 18 & Hwy. 100 446 W. Madison Street
firearm; sentenced to Departmentof 473-9625 r
Corrections for a three-year Winn Dixie Market Place

minimum Lauren Faltz mandatory.Mattox charged with I ( All.Types of>Pencln&'ff; : l 964-7064

ment aggravated officer battery was placed of law on enforce-24 mon- Saes! Service,&J x InstalMon>< #
ths community control, ordered to V CJ
make restitution $453.30, ordered to
----
seek alcohol abuse counseling.
Jackson Thomas Brooks charged
with forgery had his community con-
trol revoked and was sentenced to
DOC for 18 months.
Richard Lee Devaughn charged
with introduction contraband Into .
t r rY -
state correctional facility; pled no
contest, sentenced to DOC nine I .
years, consecutive with .any M L_ .
sentence now'servtngZ. HJ' ?} t, .".,f t
'
..
...- '.. "._. ,
.. ".
"


: t: Give Her Carpet or :



i Tile, A Gift That Will .



[SPECIALS Last A Long Time...


-fef SAVE 20%

V .

: fl _- _.T : 1 t* on our entire


WORLD STAIN RESISTANT \ selection of genuine

CARPET L' : Lanecedar
.
Chests! : -


$ 99 : A new beginning, a timeless gift. ;'f- r '<'

Applaud her graduation with a special r :,... :

ciA place for all her special memories

Sq. Yd. .a I : It's something she'll be / 4--;

f opening for the rest" '
INSTALLED WITH PAD : ir
life!
of her
........................
,
.".". .
.". ."...". ."." S Sr
:. Just For Mom... SfS f S :
I
rf
I ( j
wS :

Rugs'j : 1 I '' TI

SfS Area :

S S S L S S

"A.hl y." medium oak; O
SeeThe : 46xl6xl9"H.. 79


M CarpetFootprints $999 : 3"

: $ OAK PADDED FINISH TOP46X16X19H WITH

-
,


$ :.TH -

From 19,9. _

/ .
) ,
,. p, : fJll-IIIll
_____
-
III k
\ No Wax Scuff : Pallud." *
(AVI$59 Oak classic with
Resistant Vinyl $699 mbosslng 42x 18x 17"H, $199 -

r
CHERRY FINISH,

$1 9 PADDED TOP
: Indoor Outdoor :42 X 16 X-19H

Turf $399 FREE DELIVERY

: : LJ N DENMARK FURNITURE

Call 8', "

: TILE & 434 W. Call St, NEW STORE HOURS
TEAL CARPET : Sf r.DU1 a ado
411 WJUadisonSt. Starke FL >' lt1q

ii 131 N. Cherry Street Starke. Florida : : Hwy 1n Aero from Wlaa-Dixie Maikttplice 81 .,

: (904)( ) 964-7423 : : J wla n r 964-5826 964.5827 Saturday"lit .

.-. Open: Monday-Friday 9 am tit 5 pm ; I a.l I I ( A fact You Can Do Better, .at enmarkPage *"
'
'
'





'" .
.



,

r





Ma10.. iiHt:! 'fI'U'CilC.\I'Ii.: ; 'II.MKSA: ", \IOIIOItllfM/ : IION I'...."IIU
-


F- I

__



4



P. ==





Thru Saturday, May 12th'


____





''.' ,
;y rfitr.

.
-rd S e
.


j


.:, GJ


r r ri nr' vvr 1




_




$ I 49 Set of 4Reg. $6R..8$179

$188 I "... $199

SAVE $39.00 Mini Shoulderbag SAVE S2O.OOBROTHER
Fashion right denim mini bags
WICKER FURNITURE SET .. *VX920 DELUXE FREE ARM SEWING MACHINE
look great with jeans or
4 Piece set tl Includes I 2 chairs I 1 I loveseat and one table. \ mini.skirts! Great your colors to Full featured 29 stitches Including stretch,blind and zig-zag stitch. 1 Step
White I finish choose from. automatic button holer. Also does embroidery applique and monogramsMAHFINTHL .
No. 3500R/9123Wal

.r
-
USA

'


) STN,9D >'

,.. iii'd



.

.. ...J,' rQ 3 .py,. s. ,. ,
r .v t \ ,1r 1/l.; ; i j- ,,/7 tUsS _



J \


-
Reg. Reg. 1.34 Sale


10.46. 1':50: $ 7 97 Pack of 4 7


WOVEN PINAFORE GOWN SAVE 40% SAVE 29% SAVE 27% PUREX BOX DETERGENT
Ballerina length In assorted styles. Print and LADIES 2X2 RIB TANK LADIES SWEATER TANK GENERAL ELECTRIC 15 Pounds. All temperature heavy duty
solid colors. All cotton. Sizes S.M-L, 1X-3X. Fashion colors to choose from. Cotton. Bright solid colors. Easy care all acrylic: 4 PACK STANDARD LIGHT BULBS powder laundry detergent.
Sizes SMI. Sizes S-M-L.' Your choice of 40.60 75 or 100 wans.



'
t"'"
.IJ


: ( ff

l 1= .Kt+, t I


/IJ




: "1:38 21.88 34.84 2.$3 '::86



SAVE 26% SAVE 27% NU FINISH POLISH GLADE CARPET& ROOM DEODORIZER RIVAL POTPOURRI CROCKPOT
16 Ounces.Contains no wax. Long-lasting Convenient to use no candles. Plugs into
POTTING SOIL HEFTY CINCH SAK TRASH BAGS 16 Ounces Spiced Apple or Wild Flower.
WAL-MART electrical outlet. Hours of delightful fragrance.
, 20 Pound bag. Good for all potting needs, 30 Count, 13 gallon; 20 count,30 gallon; shine. No.NF76. Assorted patterns.CAPLETS .
; Indoors or out. 10 count 33 gallon. Just pull and tie.


r! l


!' EXTRA-STR.rr. THe ,


e N WI+[
SvgiM4
i L n utri win 7celamrooDhen relief. .conUHn no aspirin,.f W-i ly FP K X
'
ii Gaplels-S00 mi each :V
: n CNTIIE .

MADE IN THE .,,. MADEI THE MADE1 THe wnl e veae. ueo.
; USA .:a

Sale Sale Sale Sale.



Sale 78 0 Pack. ,. 2 For$1 4 97 4 0115. 8< Each

L DIAMOND ALUMINUM FOIL TYLENOL; EXTRA-STRENGTH CAPLETS POP WEAVER 15 PACK STARKIST TUNA
i FOAM CUPS 12"Wide. 25 Square loot roil. 100 Count. MICROWAVE POPCORN 6.5 Ounces. Packed In oil or spring water.
24 Pack. 12 Ounce; cups Butter or natural flavors.


- YOU WILL ALWAYS SAVE MONEY AT WALMART.l1AJ SMwALMAiit



s 'ADVERTISED; MiEMCHANbisi >otrc*- 137 tS. Walnut Str* tD
i '- ,<''d-iicrti in '.lork Novy y r (I dm .to ""'''" rtoof Village
t .. WAL-MART
: .W.I..I''' iDMpiiMn.i'.i.W.iiMini wilt ; I.Tpur. HOURS* ...;
.
,
h.lM-l .11 (tic -ijH ((|ki? WhtlllCyPr .tv.lH.il/ I -vi.l il
M6n.Sat.
9'9
'
iiui> in oni.n W (iv.cn/i's'lhc rlohlitaiiinii |u.r.i n- i mt090
WAL MAiir M'.I FI! i Sunday f 2-ff
Q.



; I a. '.'. I,
f 'fI I






Page I2B TKI.KCJKAPH TIMES& MONITOU SKt: TION May 10, lUoo)



Obituaries



Linda L. Burgin H. Ross of Lake Butler; two,sons Veterans Administration Nursing Vivian H.Wilson of Providence; two
Bobby Ross of Lake Butler and Jim- Home in Gainesville following( an extended daughters, Mary Margaret Cluff of
Mrs. Linda 39, of "' \
Burgln
Lynette my Douglas of San Fernando Illness. Born in Nashville Phoenix AR and Melody G."Mimi" /
Starke died suddenly at her home California; one brother Leroy Rossof Ga.,Mr.Wilson lived most of his life Dellenger of Ocean Springs, Miss.;
Monday raised In morning Mrs.May 7.Burgin Born and had Elie Nev.; two sisters Lettie In Florida. He moved to Providence two sons, Richard D. Robinson of J & J Paving-Construction
Starke Thomas of Sacramento Calif and 18 years ago from Arizona. He owned Keystone Heights and Clinton G.
lived her entire life in the Starke
Gwen Ivle of Delta, Utah and three and operated Wilson Heating, Wilson of Providence; one brother'
area. She was employed at Whispering grandsons. Cooling & Eectric: Co. before retiring b.C. Wilson of Soottadale. AR, and
was Pines a 1968 Care graduate Center of in Bradford Starke; Archer Funeral Home of Lake'' in 1982. He was past member of Ight grandchildren. Dzlveways !:Ir: d{rCl! tm Hg{i.FJUDl: t
Butler was in charge of local ar the Rotary Club of Lake Butler; I Funeral services were held Tues- ,
School and member of ;:J.'hwY' -: AI1'' .0
High was a Burial services will be Masonic Lodge No.52 of Lake Butler 8 at 2 In the ofArcher .FD1I'tl'I''IIIClJ'r\tU: '
New River Congregational rangements. day.May p.m. Chapel :? ': ,' "' '';nu,4; V;J> "
at a later date. member; member the Elks and Funeral Home of Lake
Methodist Church Raiford.
near Shriners; was a veteran of WW II Butler with Rev. Bud Hill officiating. -
Survivors include her husband Marine Corps and was a member of Burial was at Ft. Call Route 3, Box 134-A Lake Butler. FL 32054
William Ray "Billy" Burgin; three Silas S. WilsonMr. Harmony Free Will Baptist Churchin Cemetery with Masonic Rites. Ar- Phone: ((904) 496-3446 (mobile) B38-O96O
sons, Christopher, Shaun and Ed- Silas Samuel "Sam." Wilson Union County. Funeral Home of Lake Butleriiikas "'" ward Burgin all of Starke; her 78,of Providence,died Sunday at the Mr. Wilson is survived by his wife In charge of arrangements.

mother, Mrs. Gladys St. John Allenof
Starke; one sister, Mrs. Faye
Vickory of Alachua; three brothers,
Gordon Allen Jr. of Keystone )

Allen Heights, both Lloyd of Starke.Allen and James 2N ) BIG EEKI


Funeral services will be held at 1 _
p,m. Friday, May 11, at Starke
Church of God with Rev. John W.
Yarbrough and Rev. John Spratlin I AMERICA'S LEADING FACTORIES SAID .
officiating. Burial will be in South
Prong Cemetery near Raiford under .
the direction of Archie Tanner /
Funeral Home of Starke.

VIrevY5'I

Paul J. Wright Sr.

Paul Jones Wright, Sr., 75, a
retired chef at the VA Hospital in !
Lake City, died Saturday, May 5, in
Fort Myers.
Surviving are his wife Mrs. Lois
Wright of Fort Myers a daughter I .
Mrs Paula Himschoot of Fort TO THE BIGGEST
Myers,a son Paul James Wright,Jr.
of New Smyrna Beach two stepsons
Elmer L. Spires of Norfolk, VA and I SAVINGS EVENT
I
George R. Spires of Ocala; two
brothers, Coleman and Russell
Wright, and a sister Josephine Pat- OF THE YEAR!
terson all of Alabama, 11 grand-
children and several great grand- .
children. '

I 11/IACIeIA/ NOX'.
Graveside funeral services and Raj >
burial were held Monday at 2 p.m.at I _
Sapp Cemetery near Raiford.
Phil Kiser Funeral Home, Inc. of
Fort Myers, Fla. in charge of ar AIRG
rangements.Mr. sett j

\ .AMERICA'S LEADING FACTORIES
Lamar RossMr. I SAID YES TO AUTHORIZATION ,IN;

Lamar Ross, 64, of Lake
\SAddltlanal Discounts
Butler, died Tuesday, May 1, follow 5:
ing an extended illness. Bom in
Delta, Utah, Mr. Ross lived in Lake $/Special Purchases!
Butler for the past six years. He was '
in heavy equipment construction un- V Ctoseouf Prices! I I
til ill health forced his retirementand
he was a member of the Protestant ,' "' t
faith. !.Discounted Best Sellers!' .Q .

Survivors include his wife Mary FOR A LIMITED..TIME,& "

FOR THIS EVENTONLY1Full 5 # --N

Library Offers

Resources To Combat

The Drug Crisis

Lawmakers and the American
public agree that the drug problemis
getting worse and that anti-drug tv
efforts are largely ineffective. Whatis O I :

ing The likely drugs Bradford to?prove successful County in Public stopp- : : : : 4

Library offers books and other
materials for further reading to help _
you make the right choice.
Should public strategies for break-

ing the international the habit include drug:war stepping,cracking up N Contemporary Brass & Glass 5-Pc. Dinette 5-PC. GROUP

down on dealers (enforcement Sleek and shiny, this dazzling dinette features heavy posts d
300 cented with a trio of delicate stretchers In as bright brass finish a
), saying no (targetingusers
strategies :' : very large oval glass top. Fawn velvet uphofetery adds comfort
reducing demand) or legaliz- HURRY! Avallablel
to the form-fitting chairs, creating dramatic look for your home.
ing drugs (why prohibition doesn'twork .. t -
).
Call the library for Information on
these strategies and solutions or to '
reserve a copy of the video The right : 'r
Choice produced by the FBI and

sponsored Suwannee by Winn Dixiq.River' 1 /A /



Size Vinyl Recliner '
Tributaries This recliner has durable frame t
construction, deeply padded $8 8
Designated Special
comfortable
arms and cushions
covered In a rugged brown vinyl. p _ '
AreaThe
Planning /
r '
_A
& 1I
Suwannee River and its t -
tributaries are the subject of a new

designed comprehensive to help five-part protect the program river's fACTORY' DIRECT I / ,

resources. The result will be Information _f _
and which the
,maps reports SPECIALBrass _
public, state, and local officials can ?ra ., Beautiful Black Lacquer 4-Plece Bedroom
use when planning future develop- ; 4-PC. GROUP
ment along the river. I PURCHASE A durable black lacquer finish combined with sparkling brass
The Suwannee River Water finished hardware and trim make this s unique group.Group
Management District at the requestof J + &Glass Includes: Full/queen size headboard, roomy triple dresser $577
Gov Bob Martinez has base, mirror and large.chest.
designated the Suwannee, Santa Fe, Curio
, Alapaha, and Withlacoochee riversas ,Cabln.tu
a special planning area. All four :
-
rivers will be looked at as.one con- u $133Brass ,:
tinuous unit.Martinez. .

finish frames With_QI tans r -_
made the'request In r panels and shelves. ,'Mirror back
January when he signed an ex- for display effect. n.IBJIDI1IVIIIt .. to f
ecutive order adopting most of the 'EASY cu$1 MElf 'sx
recommendations of his Suwannee
River Task Force. In his executive .
j M
,, t
"
order Martinez also called for '
cooperation between various state
agencies and local government to 5-Plece Living Room Grouping

carry out the recommendations.. 0 **c.srr Memoes:LIFT.carmen a MONT 4-PC. GROUP
CNO SeCTONALS a i MOBJLS CNO TABLES
The special planning area will Include ,mow" COCKTAIL TABLE This versatile 5-plece group is covered. .
the rivers and the land within CASTER of 1h1e 8-Pleee ( !rP In "OZZIE", an easy-care Antron*
their 100-year floodplains. The task Witty PurehaN nylon durable velvet.
,force said that local governments
'should consider the floodplaln as a FARMERS... -
special planning area in their own
land development plans and regula- We're Not J-'I a' mOD-
tion. Furniture Store!


The 100-year floodplain was Mlputtanl ,oe.A Appl.naesl F.
chosen for several reasons: its extent Delivery onclln.Home CrPanyS
has already been established; It Free) .up of Your Pmabasel NO ..........

is recognized by federal state,coun- "Do na0we : =. M' so Down
ty and local agencies. Also It includes ::raenaM : Payment
many of the wetlands and Patxo ProttIOft PIM v-. ... Mad lMan
natural features associated with the on.f 1bd0ftd0cl Valuel ..u.y. Nep

rivers natural; the buffer floodplain for the can river serve protecting as a .vi Ot1R Com=1e ROMISe> a.tl TO( atbw YOUI 835 S. WALNUT ST STAI E'FLORIDA .YI.A.w MfMfC.nl c.'I' Welcome

both water quality and quantity.

,

.



," ..__ '_ .J ,. '. ._ _



i >r J Jt









S .iior' Citi/ons Knjo.v

I C-Section St. Akigusting Outing

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Thirteen Bradford Senior Cili/ons
May, 1990 enjoyed an outing to St. Augustine.
April 26.The .
-, day l>i-t >ui with a tour of St.
.....i (;IIMH-KV( SI reel. Then off to \lunch at

ship match. There, the Htgh-Qers Becker (11) and Joel Caren <11). Barnacle Bill's. What a Krait place
faltered on two consecutive to eatl After lunch,
ques- letters awarded everyone was
were to
tions worth 15 points. The loss of 30 niT Bradford,Billie Brown, anxious to hit the beach to get sand
ei' points dropped the team from 2nd to June Cole, Chad Crafton and Kevin in their shoes The troop rode 10
4th place, the position at which they Krack; Juniors Michael Becker miles on the beach stopping to walk
finished. in (ho beautiful white sAnd.
Joel Caren
Mayra Cruz and Patrick
According to Coach Crawford Hurst; Sophomores Matthew Eunice A wonderful and exciting day was
"this was my least experienced and Sean Jones.Certificates enjoyed by everyone, according to
team. Yet," Crawford added, "the director Beverly McGee.
1
''f rF. fourth place finish is the best show- of Participation were The seniors were accompanied by
Ing ever for a High-team." given to Seniors Tom Bradford, Beverly McGee, Senior Center
As always,the High-Q team hopes Billie Brown, June Cole, Chad Craf Director, and Joann Cox, her assis-
to return to the state tournamentnext ton and Kevin Krack; Juniors tant. The Senior Center is open
year. Currently, the Htgh-Q Michael Becker. Joel Caren, Mayra Monday-Fridayt 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Team has made four consecutive Cruz and Patrick Hurst For more information on the
trips to the state tournament,qualil- Sophomores Matthew Eunice and; Senior Center and future mini-
fying for the finals for three con- Sean Jones; Freshmen Athena excursions, please call Beverly at
secutive years. Unfortunately, five Baker, Ethan Caren, Mike Rowell, 964-4545.
seniors are graduating from this James Smith and Chris Whalen.
F.Bradford's F. squad and some much-needed
revamping will need to be Special Thanks awards to Friends! Ads
acomplish if a fifth consecutivetrip of High-Q were presented to Jerome Classified
is in their future Johns. mien Wells and J.E. Mott.

Get Results
1990 Awards Banquet... nIKiW .esW1N...tbe vA 44.NIcirdtion -
The 1989-90 edition of the Bradford were awarded to:Allison Aljets,
High School High-Q team posted a Scott Allen, 'Buddy' Ball, Judy r
4-4 record and qualified for the 1990 Becker, Shawna Blom, Carol Brad- AFFORDABLE!
Florida Academic Tournament for ford, Tim Bradford, Judy Brown,
the fifth time. Pat Caren, Cliff Chapman, Evelyn T.H.E.APARTMENTS
At the state tournament, the team Chastain, Edythe Combs, Medford .
qualified for the finals for the third Connelly. Stanley Crawford, Wayne
1Q" "'" 11,:. [ ':il consecutive time and finished Davis Stephen Denmark, Arthur
1990 High-Q Team... fourth, the team's best ever perfor- DeSue Jim Duncan, Raymond Dur-
mance In that tournament.An ban, Charles Francis, Steven Futch 922 E. Brownlee St.
Garnering fourth ,
place In state finals, the Bradford quet held at the School
High cafeteria
lllgh-Q team posted the best ever showing In that tour30.. Monday. April awards banquet was held in the Donna Hamilton,Don Hardy, Harry Camp Blandlng Rd.
nament. high school cafeteria Monday, April Hatcher, Johnny Hobbs, David Starke FL 32091
Above (I to r), standing are: Chad Crafton, June 30, to honor team members and Hurse, Jerome Johns, Rebecca 964-7133
Team members were honored at their annual banMichael Cole, Patrick Becker Hurst and and Kevin Krack. Seated are recognize individuals who have con- Jones, Roger Jones, Patsy Lawson,
Billie Brown. tributed to the success of the team. Jim Love, John Lundquist, Greg 2 & 3 BR. family oriented with
Individual Award Team Winners: Marshall, Mary Mayben, Bernard laundry & large playground.
Hi-O Team Notches 4th Place Win at StateContributed (school year in parenthisis): Atten- McFadden, Jerry McGriff.John
dance Kevin Krack (12), Most Miller,Dolores Morgan,Sue Morris, 'FREE Electricity first month.
Popular Player-Tom Bradford Lawrence Rent 30%of your monthly Income
by Stanley Crawford them.They scored 229 points in their ship for the High-Q team, a feat ac- Rookie of the Year Ethan Caren(12), Norman Maxie Mosley,Norton J.E. Jerry If you quality.If .
The Bradford High School High-Q opening round match to win handily complished only by the defending (9), Most Improved Deena you earn $3.33 per hr., 40 hrs. a
Player June Petrella
Academic Team barely qualified for Larry Reddish, week& have
over teams from Jefferson, Division III champions from Suwannee Cole 3 dependents, your
the Florida High School Academic Okeechobee, Lafayette and Baker County.In (12), Leadership Michael Kerry Rowell, Sandy Sanders, Len rent would be about 8112 a monthor
Tournament held annually at Walt Counties.In the finals, coach Becker (11), Most Valuable JV Schlofman, Jimmie Scott, Sandy $3.73 per day for days left In the
Disney World. the semi-final round of the tour- Crawford warned that Stanley Player Matthew Eunice (10) and Smith, Wanda Smith, Paula Steele, month for move-In after the first.
The team, composed of seniors "every Most Valuable Varsity Player Ken Teal, James Wainwright, Qualified Singles Accepted.
nament, the Tornado academicians mistake make is ten-
you multiplied Kevin Krack (12)). Move-In coat be low
James Watson,Terry Vaughn,Orion can as as
Chad Kevin Krack Billie
Crafton posted wins over Flagler, Sumter, fold and that the pressure is really U.S. 810.00
Academic Decathlon Medals Wells, Richard
Welty Ora Lee Lola income
Brown and June Cole, and Juniors "
and intense.
Counties. That
Hendry Taylor These unfortunate
prophecywas were awarded to Billie Brown (12), White and Lila Rae Yawn. Sff,8 HOWling
Patrick Hurst and Michael Becker
victories garnered a third con- proven uniquely true in the 15 June Cole (12), Scott Duncan (12)). I SZ) Rent for 30X>
were not about to let that discourage of Your Income
secutive trip to the State Champion- point third round of the Champion- Steven Thornton
(12). Michael
Equal MouNlng If( You Oiuil/y(
an
'


HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTS




Deerfoot Center ,(, .
,= j:


O Starke FL 964-6946 ls v r )J ,)r:





d..:...:.. -. ... r. ,.s....:,,, _, .. ..Fri. & Sat.; .. Rena.3: .for $5.SO, get 2 ..FREE.SYS6900 ;;... ......c i iI



SYS-6900 Special For

I -
HIFI STEREO RACK SYSTEM

WITH REMOTE CONTROL *Moms' *

t u i 120 Watts Minimum RMS per channel into. OHMS II
{ from 40Hz to 20KHz with no more than 0.9%THD ly
m 5-Band Graphic Equalizer Full Size Panasonic Microwave .- ('
X-Bass (Extra Bass Boost) '
I
I Digital Synthesizer Timer with 14-Presel/Aulo Scan 700WNN7809 ,)

I Double Cassette Deck with High Speed Dubbing Mllig _
.
, Senli-Aulomatlc Belt-Drive Turntable\ Cook Around Table ONLY 1r'; :l H! I ,: .1 \
! Weight Defrost "
3-way Speaker System !
i SHARP HIFI Rack with easier and glass door Auto Start Stand Timer (
$29995
i Infrared Remote Control Digital Clock I)

1 *799 00 1.4CuFtPopcorn Limited Quantity $ I,

I On Sale For Only Key Reg. $359.95 VCR ONLY 7515 $259 1 1j



j a GE.We bring good thing to lite.Reg. 4$ ,e"1
i .W.bring good things to lite. \

$73 ta FM/AM. \<* I
feL Electronic Digital Clock RadioGE. I >
Qt I We bring good things lo life

SALE* Black.ndSllv'I 2 7-2555 t Makes kitchen work I

lmmll1lr g--------I 'I more enjoyable! !

UrDVtUIU I. I
$ ',,"Of ( The GE

$649 |I GeneraIElectric'sbest.. reception i I '. i with"BED BUD"HEADPHONES ':", := -.,."."- ,-.?_.,. -.-, Spacemaker'Mlongrang. )
.i I for private < = -- -- -: Kitchen
Isound selectivity quatltystation andseparation I.. 11 II'!'''''''' AI.II II listening T Companion ')
) r
V Radio/Cassette/
7reo7exeleck Recorder with"Message
aT.rat.a l
"Bed Bud"headphones with extra-long cord.Built-in sssa sa
"BudWlnda'storsge compartment Extra-compact size Center"Mobile
I
Compact CB .GE"No-Worry" battery back-up system .Red LED elec- 4250.
tronlc time display Hr.&Mm.pushbutton controls for Time Silver,black
and Alarm setting .Wake-to-Music or Alarm -Alarm set and grey color
'I Indicator-Sleep switch adjusts up to 1 hour,59 minutes
t _Snooz-Alsrm clock Time set lock feature prevents Take the edge off kitchen work with your favorite music.Fits
$5495BIG I actldental time changes .AM/PM Indicators for Time and under a cabinet to reduce counter clutter.Features
Alarm .24-hour wake-up system Full One-Year Warranty FM/AM radio,Cassette Player/Recorder,
clock,and a unique Message Center for easy
In-home communications for your family.Plus
32.95 kltchenconvenlencefeatureshkeprogramnlable -
*SM._ timed appliance outlet -
on packtg
.countdown timer and

$69 95 'touch pad"controls.

46"SCREEN l i

ee-It _


[ 3"G <<.. GE VINTAGE 1932 STYLE

AM/FM RADIO Auth. wood/
Reg. 2099 venore cabinet


Reconditioned, < /,


____ ON 748el.eoa
SALE
ONLY .' _,

CAMCORDER WITH 1))
STEREO PROJECTION COLOR TV 8:1 ZOOM LENS
ONLY "t.
MODEL 46GWf' > MODEL CG-9908 $5495Reg. .

36-button TVNCR remote control CCD solid state image sensor -
All-electronic control'system with on-screen prompts and $1 6 9 5 8:1 power zoom lena with auto focus :'. "
displays for easy operation Electronic viewfinder with playback capability J /
.
5-watt MTS stereo sound with Second Audio Program(SAP) "' High-speed shutter $79.00I Q
S-jack monitor panel On-screen date display "F
Built-in clock with sleep timer a Built-in microphone ,''I b 0 Y
Comb filterParental Tim lapse)recording $9 9 9 'j!
it o O
e Control Hard Shel Case .
f
e 375 foot lamberts peak brightness
Oak Vinyl finish
-

.

,



,










.::






tBuez BRADFORD COUNTY TFJEGRAPH: Mny.MMNOTICE ,


,

< ', .., ,
se' ',
';1 .. .
.
0061-0-03109-
.1

.. A-Ol11000"X 0090-O-03301 ISS.,. R-019MOO 3-0-00200-- (294.04 R-01418OO 00832-O-O913I.' (,*...0 41.-010..00'l.OO AC ORB4 127.97 P

3.63 AC OR91 P* I 1.00 AC OR81 P9 MASO INC MANNING TEO t CHARLOTT4 H

OF-TAX HOPKINS ALICE BIT BARTON CHARLES U t SANDRA PO BON 70STARKE 411 N CHRISTIAN ST

SALE 2 BOX 2040 I ISTARKE. 41* M LAPAY8TT8 ST PL 12091 STARKE FL 32041 ,

FL 12091 ST..AK''L 1201 2 TS 21. LOT, >L,, OIl paOT ', 10.75 21 S242.48* OF "

36 55 21 COM AT HE COR Ofl 22 96 21 CON AT NW COR OP TRAIL 'N420.42 OP THE W33I.24

SEl/4 OP N81/4 N 11.'"* I, Nil/4 OF Sfl/4. S TO* TO OP SWI/4 OF MSI/4. BEING '

TO FOB CONT N 492.73 PUB. CONT S 148'. E299i OUI32-0-OO40 .
LOTS 6 C / .
Notice is S39.W 369.16' N 14*' N 295* TO PUB RP R-9194400 HX 91219.**

hereby given that on the Thirty First AOi'L, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL DIXON NANCV L 0061O038OOR02U7300 .


day of May, 1990, beginning' at 9:30 a.m. at the 00648-0-00301; 1 773774O07$10O1000 .TARKE O 40X, PL 702 32041 1.0."C ORB3 (76.83 P1TUTEN

R-0130100 HX (...Z. R-O1624O' (79.11 75 21 LOT S BRIAMUOOO. OAVIO R C VIRGINIA y

; '.00 AC OR80 P BRADLEY ROBERT 0 t DONNA POINT PO BOX 1073 -
Courthouse in
..; Starke, County of Bradford, REHdFRG WILLIAM H C LOIRE PO BOX 20 H..OISON.'L '32349 ,

RT 4 BOX 260' -
HAMPTON PL 32044
09(12-0-00)29 10 TS 21 COM AT NW COR OF
State of Florida tax sale certificates will be STARKC. PL 32091 24 4S 21 LOT 10 UNRCCO K-O196239 6321.06, SEl/4 OP NEI/4.' 5915.50
3 6S 21 COM AT S* COR 0' i PLAT DISC OR 179-969 MASO INC '
TO C/L UP 30RO FOR POB.S333.36 .
NE 1/4 OP SW 1/4 W5J9.40 I I P O OOX 749STARKE N73'4E '.
9N238
sold on the following described land to pay the TO FOB CONT 276.19 00795O00600 PL 32041 ADDS LEGAL SEE TAXROLL ;

N804.29 TO SLY BNOV OP Cd -O1414OO (29.47 6 TS 21 LOT 2* OP SAMPSON.

amount due for the taxes herein set opposite AOO'L LEGAL: SEE TAXROLL RT CUI4T6R.4) BOX EUNICE IS S LAKE DES OR VILLAS 301090O$31000201 LAK8VIS AS R-020T190 0081-0-04100 HX 11 .11


,.the' same, together with all costs of such salo R-0113909 00671-0-00100 HX (!,..,7(1'4,' STARKI 6S 21 FL LOT 32091 6 OP BLK 19 MARTIN 2.0O RICKEY AC ,OR30 K LINDAP PI .?,

1.30: AC ORB P9 CROSBY LAKE SHORES A-OU.800 HX 116.51' 0 BOX 297 -

jand all advertising. THOMAS J W 1.38 .AC 0 O64 Pit > HAMPTON FL 32044 '
4T 4 BOX 198 i I i OOT9 -0-00100 .
ADDSON ROM MARIE COR"
10 TS 21 COM AT NE OP
STARKEt FL 12091 R-O164000 (175.20 RT 4 BOX 1106STARKC S"lOF NEI/4. $131.4*

18.. 10 65 21 S 300 CP THAT i!SAPF- 'AGNES P C RANDALL RA FL 32091 WS31.9', RUNN131.49. *

PORT OP Nfil/4 OF NS1/4 169 8Fot eT' RO 04 TS Zl CON AT INT NLY '
'' 8111.11' TO P08. BEING
Esther S. Hall, Tax Collector LYING O1 WLV SI38 OF jT : TUCKER lift 1004 RW SCL 1141. 1 SULV RU GSF AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL .

RD S-221 29 6S 21 LOT I OF BLK 21. RR N47W ON S.LY RW
Bradford County Florida CROSBY LAKE SHORES .
3 ; 1504.41 TO WILY RW RD 0061-0-04100
0062-0-00100 .
ADO*L LEGAL SES TAXROU R-0297499 $76.25
R-0136200 HX T7.IO 0004-0-00100 ,
1.O9 AC ORB P9'
u__ l.OO AC ORB90 '4'OY"'L < R-01667OO (143.9T *5-0-0020-1: '
LINOSEV ROBERT E C MICKI
00001-0-00000 00175-0-00100 03145-9-O3093: JOAN LESLIE FUSSER JOE H t JAN4T 8 .
<
%l0030600 HX (126.13 R-0027633 (146.57 00475-0-09101) I R-0149230 HX II IIi.31 (123 N EDISON
ROC37004375.78
RT 4 BOX 191 2416 NW 37TH TEARGAINESVILLE.
[OO.OO AC ORB 330P 149 1-0031200 HX (513.9V RENAUO OAVIU J TAMPA FL 33604
4.03..t 0190 paO.STEEN
'
I.'* AC OR359 10 STARKE FL 32091 FL 32609
1.00 AC OR3 P6 RT.4 BOX 1176'STARKE. 10 7S 21 COM AT SE COR OF
HAYES E A ELOREO S t LORETA
ELLIS DANNY R t DEBORAH J ? LAKEWOOO
1O 65 21 COMA THE se 29 65 21 LOT 1 '''
NORMAN L M JR C FL
P 0 BOX 716ALACHUA SANDRA 12091 HE1/4 OF NEI/4. N210*,
RT 1 BOX l30BP -" P 0 BOX 162
COR OF THE sec N lZ69..S'TO unIT I
RT 2 BOX 2160 04 7S 21 COM AT NLY
FL 32613 UKeR. FL 12622 INT W630 TO POB. UIR9.39.
BROUKER FL 32622 THE S R4 OP A CO GR R9W '
SM/4 CSjil4 STARKE. FL 32091 00504-0-043OO R/W OF SCL RR S I SEC N212.46'. S77B 109.96'.
34 6S 19 SI/2 OF 27 6S 20 COM AT NW COR 08 7S 29 COM 607 2PT E UN S RW 179.79* S819N .
OF SW1/4 NE OF RD SEC E 1284.09 TO C/L C3 FROM SW C31 OF SW1/4 OF 29 55 21 I-A 21U SJ IN R-3 16800 U4T.14 LINE. N7I136 W AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXRpLL
AOO'L LEGAL SEC TAXROLL
EX DITCH R'" GR RO S5.W ON C/L S9".49* 1 SElt RUN N 20 FT E NW COR OF 0 1063* OP N3/4 ABAM SAL'S INC 1'31..0. TO PO*. .

TO P03 CONT S,,W ON C/L 24.1/3 FT S20 FT W 244 UP Nel/4 OP NHl/4 S OP STRD 007O3-A-00409 PO BOX 1494 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 0061-0-06700

O0009O30009RjJOOOSOO ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 1/3 PT TO PT OF BeG 223 R-0119100 (100.41 LAKE CITY. FL 32J56 R-020100 (221.62
11 0.IS 25 6S 21 LOT 43 LAK8WOOQ 00834-0-00994:>> BERRY D GILT H t 3AR4ARA.

"-.o.OO..t OR4 330P 151 00115-0-OUltO!) 0039-0-00100 OO471009200R001730O 1.50..t ORB 37I 24T UNIT I I R-0149400' 9126.32 19310 OHIO STJACKSONVILLE '
ADKINS MAitlON L t LISA ART
HARRIS JAMES C f' 32214
HAYES E A R-0027700 HX (481.22 R-001T500 HX (122.523A1NSS HX 156.\0 5 BOX 7989 PAuLt PL
P O BOX T16AXACHUA 5.ZZ"C ORB9J P76 C M9NRO.S 2.78 AC OROT3 P74 OO9O9-O-OO20 GERTRUDE HARRIS IO TS 21 COM AT NW COR'OF
STARKE. PL 12091 <
FL 32615 BA<(FIELO oILEY 'l t ANNA MAT P U BOX 83 I FAULK CARLTON w c TEEN NAT 12 65 21 CON AT NW COR Q5.NSl4 R-4172600 (264.71 At 4 BOX 1109.UAKE. SEl/4 OF Nll/.. E424.81. ,
; 1/4 OFt 2 dOX 216 LLOYD V FL 32941 *E
3 6S 19 Sl/2 OF N 1 BOX 229 L* MONROE E OARNES WARREN I S218 1S3.55 N71
SWI/4 SMl/4 OF SW1/4 EX, BROOKED, FL 32622 FL STARKE FL 32091 OP "WI4.S"45'Z. 9411-1 WESCONNTTTJACKSONVILLE. -4 IS 21 LaT 2 OP ILK ITIN 22.43: *. 5.... l.l.4S0 TOAOO'L
dROOKER 12622
W 379.92 TO ,. ... .,
25 SAHVtnM r v ItO..OUOOIOO
R/w ; 27 OS 20 COM AT THE NW 9? 7S 20 35C., SW CUR NWl/4 ; 55 21 E 1069 OF e14JP ELY R/W CR-229. FL 3224 'I ISil LEGAL SEE TAXRQLL
""1/. LYING N 3F SR 26 6S 21 CON AT SW COR OF
$77.40 I
ooVia-o-ooooo COR OF THE SEC E 2T3.1 OF SWI/4 NLY 209.75*. ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 'I K-O199TOO
TO FOB S4* 314 534.93 E 004 /. OP Nil/*. 50l14C 00841-0-0400
ELY 21!>.11'. SLY 214.29' '.-0-00l02 1.94 AC DRB61 P2
R-OOO14OO 197.77 417.06* N4' 35'EAOO'L rfLV 291.21' TO P03 LYING R-OU87900 (30.12 OOTOO-A-00609:>> ..9.71*> RUN S692830 8 TANNER ARCHIE II R-02OB30O HX 19Z..9
ORB 356P 229 1373.*'. TH6NCE OR34 P
>>99.OO AC LEGAL SEE TAXROLL (I OF RR DESC 0 HAYES E A A00'L LEGAL SE8 TAXROLL FORSYTH JUDY M
JOHNSON JOHNIE G I..D AC ORB 169 .'0' FL 12041
P 0 BOX 716ALACHUA RT 4 BOX 451STARKE
O0191-0-00231 00312-0-OOA09 .
LINDA WATSON HENDRIX TERRY L 04 7S 21 COM AT INT 0,1"1NLY
FL 32615 R-0033100 14.62 R-0062300 HX (169.22 CEDAR CREST O* RT 2 SOX 1381 OOO9-0-OO704 "/w OP SCL RR WITH FL 32091
I 2849
19 Sl/2 OF SWI/4 R-0175100 HX 236.54 10 TS 21 COM AT NW COR OF
E
01175 CROOKS GENEVIEVE 3.00 AC ORBIT PT6 ORANGE PARK FL 32071 STARKE. FL 32,091 SWLV R/W OP GSCP RR N464W
124 ARLINGTON ST .CATER ROBERT F t BETTY ART SIMS JAMES E JR 1904.41 Stil/. OP NEI/4. E424.81.
23 SS 21 COM AT se CON UPSW 12 65 21 COM AT NW COR OP ALONG SWLV R/W
CQ020-O-OaOOO RT 4 BOX 69 9 TO CL OP GR RDSELV ,
JOHNSTOWN PA 11901 1 dOX 291-A TAXROll
I 1/4 UP NW 1/4 NIIS.3Z'TO NEl/t OP NWl/4. AOO'L LEGAL SEE JOO4
R-0001600 532.72 STARKE. PL 1201 749.97'. S42'W 274.13.
INT OF 3/129
28 65 20 1/4 BROOXER, FL 32622 P33 CONT N 210.60 S89*>4924 U 379.92 TO
1.5.00..t ORB 330P 149 INT IN THE MIN RIGHTS IN ''l6 7$ 20 PARCEL A OF W99.7 S10E 214.O7 ELY R/W OP CR-229. 26 65 21 COM) SW COR OP j T-0-00003 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL,

HAYES 6 E A N/W1/4 OF NE1/4 PSSC OR I MANNS UNRECO PLAT AS DESCOR Ell.39 TQ Pitt AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAKPOLL SEl/4 OP NS1/4. SOI I68 j' R-020Otlli ,1'S4..T

P BOX 716ALACHUA. 127 PG 341 OF PUBLIC 157 91 RP 297764 689.71'. S&9 28'30-6 ..00 AC ORS60 .Z9 0061-0-05100

FL 32615 AOU'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 497769! 00113-0-00301 137*..**. N99490 E TANNER :ARCHIE t' R-020700 (94.98

,-? 15 19 ALL Nl/2 OF 004.4000100Rooa9Z00 A00'L LEGAL SEi TAXROLL 1.34 AC ORS 376P 190
(418.TO R-0142200 13.83 P 0 BOX 93T
/* E OP BRANCH EX PAR ROBERTS CARLA
00181-0-00400 00382-0-OOeOO 8.BO AC CR3 339P 19T 1).64"'C, ORB 170P 196 OOS l-a-049JO' 'IOI.ZIOO STARK, PL 1204i
OF NEI/4 I
021 I SEl/4 RT 2 BOX 340
R-0030330 111. 5 K-OJ63590 (69.29 PAPE LEWIS H t ALBERTA TAT WELCH PATRICK S 6 ASSOC I JT9.50 04 'S 21 OLKS 27.21 '
NEI/4 OF 5EI/4 ST" K.!, FL 12091
THOMPSON THOMAS G 1.00 'C OR907 P24
2119STARKE. PO BOX 809 SAMPSON CITY
2 BOX
BROWN GARY W
10 TS 21 CON AT NW COR OF
917 COREYWHITEHOUSE. ,WILLIAMS DANIEL L t MARY
FL 12091 STARKE FL 32091 PO BOX 91fWUSSELS.
4W04T000000KjTCOOSOOO TX 75791 150 N LAKE AVE 23 SS 21 COM AT SE COR OP 13 65 21 CON AT NJ COR OP I Wl 4106 0061-0-00000 NEI/4 OF THE NEI/4.

350(193.46'29 l8 65 20 1* OF A 6.1621 RAIFORO. FL 32093 : NWl/4 OP SEC.MO*24'Z2 E SECTION. RUN N89 5712 I 39 65 21 LOTS 41 I 46 OF R-0201000 (649.4*, $000714 E 1163.16 EADO'L
0'3
7O.OO At INT IN NWIOP NE1/4 16 7$ 20 PARC 3 OP CROSS FBI TOPOB. $000714
HAYES. E A "UNNS 469.79 TO POB. 940.80 TO PDA.N89 SAMPSON LAKE SHORES UNIT 20.27 AC LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
UNRECO PLAT ASOESC OR 207 RUNNO'2422 E 197. *>9712 E 30*.. 2 KITE L J

f(0 BOX 716 00Z4*-0-00101 524 AOJ'L LEGAL SEE TAXHOLl AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXAOLL P O BOX 670STARKfc.
Aj.*
IllS 19 Wl/2 Of W l.Jl AC ORB 334P 111 O0382-0-01400 00719-O-OO201 .-. '! 00821-C-00500 10 TS 21 Nli01' NilEX /* A-OZO.'OO (71.08
00486-0-00000 (147.ITI
GR RO t Nwl/ JF R-0183200 ..9 AC ORB 376P 117
OF CO
KAULERS3N SAMUEL S t ELIZ R-0064100 HX (117.7 R-0089609 HX (432.99 R-O143900 E302.22LV1N N OP
C JR
114.,01 I SMITH RICHARD
F C MARY
.nrL l/4 p 0 BOX 191 LISTZWAN LINDA St/2 OF .@ /. HULETT
1.00 AC 081 P9 29.84 AC ORB31 RT 3 BOX 341 SR-229 t PO BOY 45 "

0001T'2O'OOSOO .' ""* BROP ER. FL 32622 8100188,. F131 .. LEWIS LINDA LAT MCKINLEY ,H..IILI.L." %I Sf AUK"/L.3J091: T' ."[ ..., 1l"*'t ACCOM; .rfrJ.'ftCXAOO't I-3 RAIFOROV F\ ./ Szbn l'3 ';r 'I\"A"\
20EOL'67 38.t.ROP\ + 92i .
R-OO0990O .. (83.97' 771 0'4 V..."" = xTj11ir 2 BOX 211ODU J-V.010 2123 SHAUMft LAJ.E..MII" ARZ.7RAMGT'3 I I 39 *s .jrViw AT wcxo. at LHMt.J41..t'jI t : 10 7$ 21 .;( /'') liW: !
SEC RUN S!9' 16 7S 20rkQy,14 QF.l'7Iti.3 tYS K : 1,72cif SWI/4 +
1.72 AC RUSSELl, QI.1\ GILLCEAT tP. 1239.71 TO POB'.1 'wh NRe6Q 0.. --. .. 2* YS 21"tW 12B" V-OF SE i ';t1 '*T SW -CORt SHORES UNIT 2 FOR A POS. oo6l-o-oo60l E92.JY '
:1 : $000012 .
+RftAMORE N013027 W 210', RP33464 2/334464, CUR OF SWl/ OP N..ION ; / E 1129.61N 1 i I I N072420 8 ALONG NLY P./tf R-020360O Ill..' HV492'07 *' 10AOO'L
MARY LOU
AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL |00382-0-01T01| E R/W HWY 16 RUN N ON 8 '3..01' t 25O S2W AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 1.00 AC OR99 P6 TAXROLL
RT 362KSTARKE LEGAL SEE
1 BOX
32091 IR-00644JO 13.99 R/W 323 FOR POBt CONT :i.:22.a4JS2E: 18..,' USE KITE L J I IP
FL
OO211-O-00200 1.3O1 AC' ORBS P81 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAX OLL | 00821-A-01700 0 80K 670

-t-ltS 2O CUM AT ME COH OF R-00404OO HX 111..Sl.OO POLK DEBRA M .-184300 HX (457.11 STARKE PL 32041 OTtT-0-oouuJ
!
.SECTION.*,RUN THENCE$013432 E2i5.a.l4 I IS AC OR386 P41 P 0 BOX 119BROOKER OO4.98-0-O0203 10720-0-00102 1 MH1TCHEAO STEVE 10 TS 21 COM AT NW COR R-0204600 HX (2,088.37

51US6 W 9.26. CONE JOHN C FL 32622 R-0092TOO HX (421.6J!.-0144100 ( 4.11 AT 3 MX ...0STAAKE. NCI/4 OP NEI/4 137.7i 01 40.22 AC ORB P9

.nr .. Fr.AL SEE TAX OLL AT 1 BOX 2 16 75 21 PORT OF LOT 17 4.87 AC ORB 367P 174> *.*7 AC ORB22 P2OHCK1NLEY PL 1201 TO SLY SHOV CR-- KITE L J

BROUKER FL 32622 OF"I f MANNS UNAECO SID AS ALLREO ROY E t FRANCES CHARLES L [ 36-61 21 LOT 17 OF AN $434.64''$OR POB CONy P 0 BOX 470STARK8

a5-0-00000 08 TS 2O COM AT SW Cal OF loESC AS COM AT NW COR OF AT 4 BOX 11* '523 SMALIMAR LANE UNRiC PLAT AOO'L LEGAL 551.TAXRDLLOG8610.00602 FL 12041
s A SEC. N1274.I4TO SLY R/M ( C/L OP tIRANGE PARK PL 12O71
R-OO12600 (170.04MERilITT NE 1/4 El'4.1.'TO STARKE FL 12091 11 7S 21 83/4 OP S12.0Fh.14.

LORETTA J OF SR 18 E ALONG K/W AOO'L LEGAL, SEE TAXROLL 26 .9S 21 LOT 3 OF PLAT 14 4S 21 BEG AT NB COR OP 4' EX AIX OR
TO P08 CONT E 3OO OOS23-O-OO30I
668.16 RECO OR 144-384 RP SEl/4. RUN IIli,3.36', .1 111-34 kX OR 329-4 EX
RT 1 BOX 654 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL R-OK5O03 (!9.1 I IWHITiHCAO I.| R-020TOO (71 ..
890.7 .
OO3g2-0-02OO2 S204.2 S48 1
OR 330-144EX OR ]
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054 7592-751 1.09 AC ORB64 P>0GRIFPIS IlI'ADO'L
STEVE L
(48.11 S08 TO 8,1IN8 SEC, NTC LEGAL
R-006490O SEE
0*. 6$ 20 CON AT INT OF S 00218-A-OO200 RT J BOX 90 NOSE! C TAXROLL '
LU4E OF SR-lOOt E LINE OP R-0041100 HX (14.73 CHESHIRE ALLEN G e PATRIC OO980-OOJOO ,708 STAAKi FL 3201 7794 HUNT RDSPRINGFLELO. '0067-0-09100 -' '

/. OF SEl/4. RUN W MCCLELLAN EUGENE t. RT 1 BOX 354 I R-0092900 HX (414.44 OOT240OO190'R014500 34 65 21 COM AT SW COR OF IL '42797 R-0204700 (504.85

ALONG RO 97.06 TO P08. LORAINE FL 32622 I Zo.OO"'C OR37 P39 HX (49.04 S 1/2 OP, HE 1/4 NLS....* I i i 10 IS.21 CON AT NW COR OP 1.10"'C ORB 347P 117

AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL AT 1 BOX 369-A 16 7S 20 PARC 20-A OF OESC LAFOLLETTE LARRY N C* GWEN 3.29 AC ORB 3T6P iSO N77E 104 .04' SI28 10 '1 N6 1/4 OP NE 1/4 T.197.72 KI78 L J
UNRECD S/OAS
'
BROOKE FL 32622 MANNS RT 2 BOX 2249 HOFFLER HELEN A TO SLY 41./,, OF CO GA RUAOO'L ,,TO SLY ANDY CR-229 PO BOX 670

00037-0-001OO 08 7S 2O LOT 2 eLK 1 OR 269-Ttt STARKE FL 32091 110 W MADISON ST. APT44 LEGAL $Ef1 TAXROLL .5.1..4' FOR POS CONT STARK. FL 12091

-R-P012I01 1823.25 SHADY OAKS SID OR 106-2B2 ,2o 3S. 21 6 ,29 ,78* OFNWl4 32091 y OF
."' 'o0397C007OORO06420Of ',i STARKE. FL AOQ:M.LEQOI.L!E4 ,TAXRQLL 11 15 21 COM AT SE COR
OF"SWI/4 ( W
5.S0 AC : I*.4$. tl.fXfrlT-Hj COR 'OF 6 *32-0-00109 SEl/4 OF NEI/4. N190 FOR
'U04.t5800TH'LeON"'RO ,
MERRITT LORETTA J. 002I8-A-00600 M e LOUELLAP u.u..0I'NU/4.0 SWi/' NEI/4 OF .NWl/4. R-0 1(7300 (159.07 04lt61-0-OI00 Oft. W132* N415.26* TO

AT 2 BOil 614BUTLER R-OO100 (562.74 135 \ 449'22 8 90' TO ELY NCCREOIE KAREN L t CAM6tL A-OJ94130 "...1., SLV R/U CH-229 S73.E
0 BOX
.AE FL 32014 JONES THOMAS L C ANNIE MART 005Gl-O-00ZOI 1 R/W OP SR225 S0*07'OU W : 2212 FOJKAKE R9JACKSONVILLE. 4.00 AC OR63S P4IAOKINS ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
32622
'SL/2 OF SWI/4 OF SEl4OUNG 1 BOX 1940GAINESVILLE BHODKER FL R-00944JO HX {348.* ADU'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL } Pk 12210 'JOHN R C LINDA D
LOTS 7 I OF .
17 7S 20 .
51 W OP SR10O EX FL 32609 UNIT IIRP1181 S.OO AC ORMS PS4 03 TS 21 LOT S OF LAKi p a sax 199 ,0017-0-03400

|5pt 230 NCS BV210 ECU O* 7S 20 LOT 6 BLK 1 IN BLK 3 CURLLOTTA BASS DAVID L t CLE-tOA 'W 00724-0-001)00 \ SAMPSON VILLAS AS OESC OR I I!I LAWTIY FL 12098 I R-O210009 69.29

WfHWV 8EG 300 N C SHADY OAKS PO BOX 22 R-0146600 (62*..*. 173-44 10 TS 21 CON AT NW COR OP I.OO"C ORBO P4
'
}100'1 LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 100Z5 -8-00'00 0041T-0-002OO RAIFORO, FL 1203 23.00 AC OA81' PCRIFFIS se 1/4 OF S81/4. 4.11.' PERRY GARY M t BARBARA. ART

R-0042600 151.39 53.41 27 55 21 BEG AT S4 C3R OP. JOHN G. 0032-0-00114 TO CL OP CR ROS214E ON Clt 4 BOX 4702STARKE

14.88 J r
.R-OO167OO 79.81'811 N6\ 12TH AVE HAMILTON I W 324.17' N 660.99 N GOES RAIFORO FL 3203 ROFRT L't LvIL !I ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 11 TS 21 132' OP E396

1.60..t ORBO P3 GAINESVILLE FL 32601 AT 1 A 327.19 S 687.45' TO pal 14 65 21 "I/.0P NWl4EX PO SOX 1174 OF S330 OF SI/2 OF

HERRITT LORETTA J6T O8 7S 20 LOT 4 OF BLK 2 FL 32622 h 19 AC EX 'I AC SO JACKSONVILLE FL 322O1 09610-01700 'Nll/4.

1 BOX 654 SHAOY OAKS S/D BROOKER 1. 75 20 SE 1/4 OP GOVT 0052 7-0-00100 IN NE CUR fX THE M146* 01 7S 21 LOT 14 OP LA KS R- 0
LAKE BUTLER FL 32014 I R-0099200 (624.76 OF Nl/2 OP 61/4 SAMPSON VILLAS AS Disc OR l.OO AC OA.4. P42 0047-0-00500

12 6S 2O BEG AT INT NELY 00Z511-B-0 1500 I LOT 4 Z4.fa AC 172-411 KIT L J R-0210100 (124.15

R/. SR-100 C ELY Rill R-OO43700 144.33 OEPO IN/ESTMENTS INC 00724000100R0146700 P 0 BOX 470i 2.00 AC ORB2 P

*kA-235 SELY ON NeLY Ru30.100 FLOYD CAROLYN: R 00456-0-00000 199.10 13V CASSAT AVE 1110.41 OOIIlOOIIS01161 STARKt, FL 32091 PERRY GARY R t BARBARA ART

/ 17$'. N8E 417.09 811 NE 12TH AVE R-0081200 31.00..t ORB38 F92I JACKSONVILLE FL 32201 10.00'AC ORB 333P 44 0 (294.07 'I 19 7S 21 CON SE COR OF 4 BCX 6702STARKE

AOO'L LEGAL "SEE TAXROLL GAINESVILLE FL 32601 PARKER JAMEt W C GRAHAM. G 31 5S 21 W 38.12-A E ROGERS CHARLES H t PAULA PkNMINGTON ROSERT'L C LUL he I'. OF Ml/*. N 35"'TO FL 32041

08 TS 20 LOT 19 OF BLK 2 I I 358LA4TEY 86.24-A OF NE1/4 CX 41./. RT 4 BOX 371 PU 43* 1174* POB. ." 1.0'. 11 71 21 MI12 OP E660
P 0 BOX
iroU132-0-00403 SHAOY OAKS S/D FL 32098 OF ST RO S-23S DESC OR STARKE, PL 32041 JACKSONVILL8 FL S221O : T..I," h24''d', SELY TO W OF S330 OF Sl/2 OF NEI/4

R-002010O $17.65 36 45 21 N3/4 OF SWl/4 OP 72-31 C OR 101-192 IX 14 .$ 21 Wl/2 OF Wl/2 OPI 03 IS 21 LOT 11 OF LAKE I' "O 'L'LI"L SEE TAXROLL t W132 OP E52t'OF $330
THOMAS G
THOMPSON
T+967 COREYMHITEHOUSE 00218BO1900R004400O S.1/4 E OF RIVER I N 70 PORT S UP SR S-231 I I N"IOP -Nwl/4 SAMPSON VILLAS AS OiSC.OR FOB :OP SI/2 OP 1/4.. atING

44.33 OF SEl/4 OF Swl/4 N OF RO IT 1-<,54 LOTS 34 C I'.
TX 71791 HAMILTON T BLAKE II t 8EV 00327-0-00400 00729000300R0146900 3012-0-03214' I 00841-3-31733: .

21 6S 20 1* OF 6.1621 INT P 0 BOX 94 R-O09V800 (70. 1200.93 JM-OlO.OO (74.29 ,00.61000500AOZI0300
I R-0190703 (238.76
IN SEl/. OF SNl/4 BROOKE FL 32622 R-0083000 O0461-0-OOOOO 172.03 1..90''C ORS2 PS 6.90 AC ORB 319P 90 iNCCLE.MliHA1. RICHAR3 L C ",I'' i.e' AC. ORB s7P 4r (...'9

AC. 12. O8 75 20 LOT 19 OF BLK 2 20.00 AC OR351 P19 WHITEHEAD JERRY L PHILLIPS TOMMY. I LOUAN KITE L J 1.00 AC OR3 161P 139

00149-0-00100 OF SHADY OAKS SID DAVIS MYRTLE LEES RT 1 BOA 129 c/o BOBBY jIIIBY P O BOX 24791JACKSONVILLE 1 PU URAWIR 670 I KITE L J SR
R-0023400 (448.14 LAKE BUTLER FL 32054 I RT'2 SOX 219 .. 32041
MORGAN R R LE [ FL 1221 f ST. KI. PL PO BOX 67OSTARKE
to.OO..C ORB93 P3T 00219-3-02000 31 55 22 THAT PORTION OP LAKE BUTLER FL 12014 .31 7S 21 LOT 14 OH.FOOT .10 TS 21 CON AT 'SE COA OP FL 32041
"' WeSTER PATRICIA A C SAHU6 HX (72.1O AT 2 BOX 789 e 38.12 AC OP W 76.24 AC CP HI/2 OF '
R-004410O W196
14 *S 21 TRAIL AS OESC OR 19-120 N.lCF' *'1/4. N210', 11 TS '21 W132' OP E1320
79' KILLARN CIRCLE T BLAKE II C BEV MACCLENNVt FL 32063 OF Ne 1/4 LYING N OP '
HAMILTON OP NW1/40P NWl/4 210* T9 POZ. 4210'. OF
|111/4 OP SJ10 OP SI/2
MIODLEBURO FL 3206S | 01 SS 21 Hl/1 OF S L/4 OP SR-231
PO dOX 94 VilOi (219'* S2IO TO ICING LOT 29.
0032-0-00223 hel/..
6S 20 NEI/4 OF THE NNl/4. .
23 BROOKER FL 32622 : .607J6-0-O0103-) ft-0141300 (344.71 506.0ue61001704.
NE1/4 OF THE SMI4IIP 08 7S 20 LOT 2O OF BLK 2 00551-0-03300 R-0148300 MX161.23
MURPHY ERNEST O C VVONN8 0946T-O-01900
0009-0-00200
629-6930 SHADY OAKS S/0 R-0107900. HX .144.8. 10.00"'C OK3 139P 46ROGCRS 171.65
1349 IANCHAO OR 81 R-0210T90 ,
R-OO84400 (336.04
.c i-tMliZ-O-00100 1.05..t ORS 373P 139 CHARLES M C PAULA R-0205300 TI.65 *
4
'jACKSOf.VIl.L6. PL 32244 1.00 AC OilS 3T2P
6.97 AC OR3 367P 214CAFPS
(12.73>I NUGENT PAUL C JR CAROL |
R-0023900 002190O0900ROO48100 RT 4 BOX 311 1.00 AC ORBO P2
LINDA KAY t MICHAEL 13 75 21 LOT 23 OfERFOOT HOWAXO R08CRT C VIRGINIA
CLYATT IRMA F (22.12 AVE. PO BOX 921STARiU. S'.. KI'L 1201 TRAIL AS DISC OR ITO-3O4. MANNING MANOALL 8 ( TINA 1441 MANATOK AVe '
1O22 NELSON
POBOX 742'T4MOCKALEE. LENIS ILEAN A FL 32091 15 .$ 21 ElO AC CF NEI/4 f 0 SOX 44 ..ACKSONVILLI'L 32210
FL 33934 30TH STREET JACKSONVILLE FL 32201 36 IS 21 LOT 33 ROLLING
1430 NM OP N81/4. RP MAXVILLI- 1269
'C f Of BLOCK GAINESVILLE FL 32601 13 3S 21 BEG AT NX COR OP ACRES S/U AS OESC OR 09412-0-0022 I ill TS 21 COM AT NW. .COR. OP
$ ,
4 334712314711O07540OOSOO k-0141400 5469.10 10 TS 21 CON AT S* COR OF. NEI/4.'
NEWLRIVER OF
*> *ii 20 LOT 9 OF 8LK 1 I El/2 OF GOV'LOT 2. 17-13 SU1/4
08 75
> OF
V ,NEI/4 If NFI/4.! N419,
SLY
SO'11'21 331.69 HE NOa*( TON H C RiNA W.PO S01'll'4 113.96' TO
If T WARD CITY '
IN POB.W171.20
W191.40' TO
BOX 144LAWTfY I *
CA-22S
UP
N8912'2 C 91T.33, 00591-0-04400 R/W
T&OI18-0-OOOOO R-0191TOO HX 9794.99 FL S20J* t 'I273.94'. RUN ST7t SEE TAXROLL
Rl002400 (133.74> O0219001000R0048230 AOJ'L LEGAL SEa TAXROLL 41.-0108500 HX 946.II 13.S0..C O'E 3M* "9MUOO 03 7S 21 LOT 24 OffRFOOT 17..*2r. S234.91' TO *0.. AOO'L LEGAL

HOOCE JUANITA (22.12 4.5..t CR309 PlLAlENdV RONALD L C TEREA ART
TRAIL AS OESC OR 214-74 00561.002600R0210900
C/O ALGA C MeL AS SMITH LEWIS ItCAN A 00468-O-OO60O PHILLIP SRT 4 BOX 423 00041.0-02200 169.'.

"*1'O23 WASHINGTON AVE 110 KM 30TH STREET A-OU14800 HX (26.10 2 BOX 2943STARKS. STAftKE, PL 1291 0032-0-00227 R-0245D9 ISn... 6T
.
395P
LAKe MALES FL 3313 AINESVILLE FL 32601 13." AC ORB11 P2VASquEZ FL 32091 22 4S 21 CON AT NE COR 0* A-0I.1S00 (1O...44BRiNNAR 3.21 AC OR 341 P1O 1.00 SIDNEY AC OR .

24 6S 2,0 LOTS 5 T U 4 08 75 20 LOT lOOP SLK 1 1 GwEN C -'-II LOTS 44 46 'OP StC. S 12.15' TO NLY AOV6RTI5INO" I"C. TOT6N OAVI3 ( VIRGINIA NEWMAN
1166
OP BLK 14 I C AT 1 aOA 911 ROLLING ACRES /0 RP IRT 4 SOX
LOT 1 CITY $
aLK 9.1 WARD 41.1511 100 NTW ON AIM HOVT C MURPHY JR PO BOX Ion. "
FL 3205* STARKE. FL 12041 _
LAWTEV
LOT OF IILK'n"].. TOWN 1 27136 297934 297139 44.34 TO POB CONT M7WADO'L 1 I OR MAOISdN, '.. 12M9 '
1702 COG8WOOO
OP '1T16OP
OP 7S II Will
13 SS 21 COM AT NW COR 11
297563 27164
RIVERt)01T9OOOlOO
"Of NEW OO271OOO300RO011100
LEGAL SEE TAXXOLL 10 7S 21 COMAT NW COR OP
LAKELAND PL 1391
(412. ., Sil/. OP M81/4 S 662.81 SS30 OP Sl/2 OF'
3092-0-00200 03 TS 21 LOT 27 OfERPQOT S$I'. OP NEI/4. SI244.0 4EIN6 LOT 2*'.'
TO FOB CONT S 662.32 TO NEI/4
: ft C OARLENE C '1 1
LLOYD
EATON 1164. '*
-0115400 HX OOT63-0-00000 TRAIL AS OESC OR 294-144 FOR FOB. S4I *2S
SW CO* OP 511/4 OF "U/4
*<-O02T400 HX (1,270.01>>> PO BOX 21BROOKER. *.00 AC 0B9 P2S R-0151590 HX 911.tl 1411.41', NIT*W 3C4.69'.

16.(7 AC ORBTt P14 FL 32622 ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL NUGENT JAMfcS C t MARSHA IT.00 AC OR3' P6 00112-0-00210 I AOU'L LE8AL' SEE TtlfOLt 0067-0-0200 (...19

STAFFORD FREDRICK I C DEI* 08 7S 20 LOTS 3 C 4 OF ROBERT J R-0211000
'. 00.1I- -00500 AT 2 BOX 197 STARLING R-0191700 IS8'."* ( OO6I-O-O240O 1.00..C ORS 363P 127
BOX 230 CITY RP .
.e.u MARO
1 BLOCK 13 IN R-O04630O HX' (13.74 5TARKI FL 209l AT 4 BOX 911STARKE MAiO INC R-0206430 HX IZO'..* KITE L J SR
FL 12. ZIT
*
BROOKE* 6299 31 'S 21 NLY *64 OP Ft 1201 aux 70 ORBS PRICKS
13.32 AC OR.92 P16 P 0 1... AC PO MIX 670
f
6i 20 COH AT NW CO* 01
RUN 8 122.91 FOR EVANS ROBERT J t GLtNOA Nfl/4 OP SI1/ 24 *S 21 Nl/2 OP N81/4 Of 1 STARKE PL 32041 I MARTIN A"C KATHLEEN SIAHKE FL 32O41

Sit 00279-O-0020O RT 1 lox 424LAWTfY S//4. 2AC IN 'SWI/4 03 73 21 'LOTS 10. 12 P owx412STAAKI 11 7S 21 W132 OF 51452'
4 #POB CONT E 54-2* THEN!C I27S.01, .
1
R-OOI48OO FL IHS __ ,* BEING 299* 50fX S149* OfN2I4 OCERPOOT TRAIL AS DISC OR FL )10.1'; OF S130' OP Sill OF
S-40EG I llaZ 4 4XHENCAOO'L .... MY1''
LEOEC'-It T" ROLL BASS B BOX 707 24 IS 21 COM INT OP ELY OF W293*. RP 114T2I 1 213 161 I 110 TS 21 COM AT NW COR. ...1/.. BEING LOT 2*."
AT 1
LINt OF Sit 24 C NLY R/W '. STORAGE RUN E ALONG NLVSNOV ( ,
f"i .
FL 32014 ..,
.. LAKE BUTLER ., / I i 419.J*',
SR 229 RUM SWLY ALONG R/W 424.*! S218
'
08 7S 20 LOT 2 OF ILK II ., .', .. 'I 1
CITY t 33$.O5'TO PO3 CaN, ALONG .p/, l JPJrttI': ... S2I.8 310.24, S42Vi ,
WARD
IN I .. "
AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL. )p. 121. AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAIHOLL .. .


:-- ".,:.-.u :. j;...ok(',;, ,.; ',:\',i., "."yr' .-....--- ----- ., _-


"
I










J.\ ._ _' .... -' _......_ .....-..- .,e_' --," --.-- -. '
-



.

.
II




.
.
.


.
I
.

.
I


I ", ,. -' \ Ifejr.M* lQI.U I"O COUNTY: TEI4ECRAFH rues
.
.
.
: :
.. .


0041-0-00000 OOI4-O-0T09 k 0013-0-00111 '. "..01.0-....., 6 .0..0-.010... ,. 0'900..00CO'0'00' .: O1ITT-0-00000 :J'. .
-02 I 1100 '"' 11 -011S030 171..6 K-01X9409 .*,.,. OXX09 55 ""- ooooOI11403 -s'
016 n
01S4400 -014100
4439 *
IITT.X ",."1 :
OH8' '"7 a.o..c 015 1S*. X* I.IX AC: OR41 ,* $XIT..
KI/C;: : ORirrtS JA"'S" 4 4 JOSC** 1.40 A0"1* :14." HI ....0. AC ORSI r* MNMISON OAR A. OCTtlrilN SCOTT C SHARONtAMTCT. URtS A .III'
HOLtlMCShURTH UUASfTH 5711J OU '_' CIMI IT At ..4B N MS*AUM7 ___. : JT i.11011 ,.w. CARRMO a
ro tax 40STARKI. liT .. B0< 11 J20 S UAtMVT StSTARKI. ra :OS41451 477 1 .
"TA* .T t BOX 10MAMrTO JACKSMVIttl .t 11X10 PI Icon 51L.Wn"'L
ft .'0.' S'AAk..' 1101It rt 1x01tx 31.091. rt >x"iI 0 BOX .C'
tj
*)* rt no** "4 .S XX COHAt SI CO* Of I Q 11 co" AT si co* ortOt
II TS a VI" or HI 1/4 Of TS XI COM AT M4 C9' 0" TS it con AT s* COB o' M ill"? 14 *|VI| X* TS XI ,../. 9T Ml 1W /' Mt SIC ..140*.J't9 MtV II'.. 40. RUN N01OII1 M UOS'
WU/4 C Ml/1 0* IWI" Or I.../. Or H.|/.. ,..4/4. ITSO'MX40.4' TO BI1U ISTAttS 6 XI SS XX 140 rT 0" LOT I
or
4004 .. NHV ix T.. s ", AC MHV | | CULT M 1432.,.' 41.IB' TO NtV "" Or
Nil/ C N Ni4. .,...,. RUN I4I IA4TIV M or
WI"
Or lu"a 'I* ,..*.> TO StV IN TNI SI //. Or N. 1/4 NM TO rO9 COMT U 10.40 CR-II* 309151'33 W .Of ILII 4 1-4
I. "' .'"' TO SlY R/rf
0'
OK .1" .5
1 1or 1/14 C.-'S. $53033'11 I | ->.. 0091-0-01791 4 > or s. xao t ix T''I AOO't tICAt Sll TAXROttta A0o'L tICAt Sf* TAXOtt *
400-1 tlCt SCI 735.01.5.300SO000314
I tICAt SIC TAXROlt AOO't 1141. IfB TAXROtl : 'R-01JOOJ9 .'.04 6011'1 tlftAt Sll '*...OL 0131-0-01)000 .
,.GO.C CMS !.*. 44 .o-o-ooxi4 OIIIT-O-9009O R-OU2400 .S''." :

OOI4I-O-OOI09) 004QOIOO I 4-9110100 ."*..* 'tACK> IRI. rCftCII. SrO MB3-90100 R-17000 j,, .. "'41... *-ox*.*ao tl**.*| 4ltLlA' JOHNNV' f (T At. "
1-0t 1.00 AC ORB
'1600 1101.41' -OllklOO 4O.4t r4CtANCMAA.0 tit 149 T.4H NORS
R-OtlMUO $546.,* MCRRI77 IARR. f t KARIN M ,-.C ORS9 ,097 AVIJACKSONVILLE
1..f. AC tS. .1 ,.,o.e: Oil' l,4r 44 MANCIS M I OAR 1181$'. rt 120*1 Hctioa j R P 0 BOX 46NDOLl5UR0 tlWIS CI3RGI R JR rt 11144xi

IUTI L .I CASSiSS JAMfS NARSRfT f O BOX 41 I* TS Xt tOTl .". I* ro BOX 47 rt 1104 "7 I BOX 101tAwtiv. 's ri, Ill rr or tpt
ro BOI 4To 117 OAMK 01 VtCINTfMtACX. ...00. rt 3144 I2vII tlNOJ $994115I0630200 4taa ... AI" ALK. 4 IX S '0 rT IN
rt 3X4x i. '4s xx C M-.' si CM: or rt 11011
STAII"I''L 110'1 ", : 4 r ||T0ii ill TS XI SI3I' or Nlo,,' ts xt tot i txeHAMrtON SIC RUN 4 1.0..."* TO MOM 14 IS XX HII/4' Or 111/4 I......, w, or "Ylnoeooooo"

II 'I NWI/ 0" 'J1/4. TS xi COP AT 0114 COR or ur mo ar ,37.* or o ao.-o..OO -0\11 S'oci.uoouo ./ Or N04Y 101 C4NT W Or Nfl/4 IX a/.. IX NtV

IX LOTS ...".. Or Nfl4.SOItl /. 0# i.$/*. Ml 'tat, MR .*i 1101I '.*%.0.* rajt 1>fI0 COMT '4 31*.t* ",:.

.-,..,10.15-20.x2-29,31.3 <|* 173.94. TO SLY 4*. *** AC on ixr let <> I 400't tlGAt. Slf TAXROtt, a-ol"'OO' 1".04

". 37-3*. BtlNO i AC *ACooB4 a/.. '0" tll-',' t PO5.'R'JN, mes: titta JR t o.it -OilTO *|4t| 010.'-O-O'OOO Olilf-I-O 'O/l/ KlNCi" BOHITA RVAtSRT

AUO'L LlwAL Ski U.' ..: OIa0-O-410317. ra BOA 11MAMA i.xi AC ORsa .i -016409 MX 5117.42 I BOX .1tA4Ttr. i
!-o-o3ioi: r-o"o'GO "\4'... -*. rt *i 0"xi "A W"-"AY R4VMONO A R-9X7V70O AI91.lt i.x AC o."7 rt rt1101X ,

-01 1199 HIT.II OOA4S-0*9100 ..QG.t: 0."! TIMirrfs TS it tOT 4* or Rfvt* STA *t I lOll >.-SMAHTTJN. 11.14. AC OIB4I ro* CJ8J LUIS C l HAtlt O |131 IS IX COM 'AT "(INTC tri wi

,.OO.C ORB 153 xx* R-01I11JO Tt.4S 4A"is 6t110 BlKd ISTATIS Rr rt 1104xs TAYLOR Attlt ( MARV. "T 1 93X 1059LAITly. i SLY 3RV Or HALF BLOCK 1 C

rAAKIR' Jtrr 9 S KI1 t / &.00 AC 0.' 3530 t)l / s M' twt ST )34114 9'334149 TS xt tor is t*.i RT t BOX 6ILAUtlV. '" rt 1X01 1/,1 90V pP a/" Or 1RI00.I =
rt 111'
ro BOX 41MOR7MINOTON $v"OIlW jovcf cRT { ". rt lX9t HA"'ON OallSGO'UOO..OIJ 1I i I 14 is ix vtv 1".1" I RUN Ntl.J*> TO C
...,,,"''G'. Ft 4 lUll 1111 '11 TS XI CO* AT W4' C9' 0s SOwi-S-osooe 14 4S XX SIC A'S. COR Or NCI/4 Or 111/ 3' Nil/4 01 AJO't tICAt SI* TAXROl-t
Mil/4 C R4'N 1119'. .
un STARKCt f>L 1X01II i/4. tTi <.s os.a' TO ..-..,0'00. it**.ITra W IX ktV IkU' .f 4131 .
it TS xi res.' 1701 .'a..,'*"**! *o*..' TO ro.15 tlKi. SLY 0111-0-00000
CON'AT'COR'0* TS XI 0014 AT *M COR or ..'0 IIC 05I 3430 241 /-02517009149.41
''MW1S Of t l/4. N1AT* TO sttl/4 or .../... AUKSOII1I XT.4' TO MtVA9T MOr. LI'.o. J_ 9 GILL AIM '.'U'C OVt l.*r 11OIHAROC ON tlII' 131'. I O1* N./, oiito-o-ooxoa R-033SI90 ....1.

'0'. W"),..''.",*.*. 71.*4< TO' StV AOJ't 'ttWlt' Sl<. TtlAOtVOOll'OlOlllt .J
110.71*. ..*... If I NO ft/w or 011-'''. Twt'ltl' 0"*H"". rt 1X91 .SALT14 4 SVtVISTtfAX 01I1S-0-OOI04" 'JIJ.CO AC ORSIT "*. 110 HARRISON AV*

LOU 1-'. 'A09L L'O.L Sit T..eit 10 1111 LOT *. 9T 'lVI' 7* r.B.A. Itwo SUITS t TAYtOR ALL 1-4 f a..HY 4 HAIR I SON, NV 1052
0014000110I0311700 1-0193103- .,*,..* ."iq AfTATSS0040I0.9S40Q rAtn BIAC CAROINS. rt -0")900'1.0':. S1 SOX A 10 13 is xi H40' or tar 1 c

'''..n 0041-9-0110. 1.9 AC Gill *.ktr |,. 11419XS .oo AC o'a ita ttx L."Y"L nois ALL tOTS, 1 4 or BtK I M

..oo.c on' in* IT* -OllflOO ....,. mte t J 'Rra tSTARN. TS 31 tOT 14 tA"l AIL RT t RUSSELL SOX 473a SR,
S7ArtCTON JOHN I I.OV AC: ORB 14r 10* ORHI 410) .-1B9100 117*.S* M4rToi OARS '.
C/O t J KITS "Iro NAIMORTM K)II.II D JO TCIro .. rt 1X01tx i ...o.e: C4.J 3450 111 LAW'IY"L noto > 01191-0-00109 ot4ii-o-ooaoo a
OILIER .70 vox 11 TS xi snx or tX4> HIT t J SIra 0093003400t0259300 is ix, tat x* ix N xoi* -01..409 l.49.91 R-ootoo $313:10
o* M ix** 19x i xai* OP
'TAII""L rtOWA taOM'S. 'l 524)5 MU4U' -or nTjo' or ORAWCR 4Tsr 13.00 IIL.A' Arts .
*C
1X01III MX $1.094.10 OR1I3 *7t ..
TS II COM AT Sf COK 0* it TS xi mix* or ixiTor MMI/4 or 141/". 'M''lGLI. :. ..v. rt xoit A90KS r uL I C 'I5'Y 0 N "* or 401111000499"!:* OilUdtKMIOS H9-( CINTIR, I -9 *.Y.L1 JACK IVItVN .

...../, OP THE Iwl/,. ssio> or st/x a* !''..., I 'I* IS XI 1ST "...1' 4V.R STAR RT t *O'* 11-3: I I0"000 I ro MX noI ra A3X 314tA "

'NOO11'T M |..1.0.. Ntl/4. BSIN4' 13T XI. 45141 4ITLSo044 HAtrriiN."L 32044 .1 I .,..".. rt 1191 .7IV. l'L 1101 "
.. .
3QO.0-0410\ZO HX ., f
7008. Sit.ltMl .' 0.5.3 X* TS XI tOt 14 t. A00'L LIGA1' TlOtt ooaoooo 1000.0: -0-00100 105.7014 OAIIO.OOOOilIJ S or .H4Y ioa *x s 141.43' NALr ILK 1 I* tT'V M0-
a-Oll"OO' Sill.10 .l.lt AC .. 7.9362* 134K1IL' -9X30A90 till.I* 6IOR6I. AlIT t SR tCATMERIMI RR IX SLY til.IT* ".3oa.o.'ooItOO

00145-0-00116 4O.UO AC L fr : ...0 AC OKI Air 149 O119I-0-OO100

11-0'1'100 111.*. KITS i J a OllA...i4,oS7 a'*or9 i tis c CATTH C91X13 R-01tTOO I101.49 t S3X. rt 141tAWtCV. 310IB -O10I40O HX ...,.,* I I,
r 0 'UII 'OTOSTARKk **".. rt 1x01ii Ml I4< TM AVI ,... AC -9140700 lltt.8'tATger <
I.OO.C OR' llir If' hlD.t 00.* .t ORM .1
10 5 i xx or tOT *
si/x t
TURNER JAMES .III 4 Cf40V II l lCO rt 1X91II ti xi 11* *T HJ COR a' SAIMSVIttl rt 1149 iMITN RQB L J KITH TS XI it 1/4 Q* SUl/4 N4I/4 0r ,."/.. SX4'. 1) TS XI tJt: Ie -IV" r 0 :Sox XTX U 14.x: BIO a 7 1 BOX 41 "-:

ro OR4WIR TOSTARKI 1390. COLT I140S14** ,IUIIIO tSTATIS ....M"' **. rt 1X044X L.W'IY"L IXS LA4ttY, rt 110'8

rt 1101II od 7l-o-oaio9! '1".'"' TO m." ./. orA99't 00901-0-0.000 71 xi s sort or THAT a-O144IOO OII10.-O-90193 .1'...* 14 *S XI r.4C IN SI CORor : 13 IS IX CON SW Cdt Sf t/4

TS XI SHI' Of K10'* M-OX1100 "O41.lt tl&At SIC T4X.attoo -UX10T31 M. .!<**. roRT gr-Mti/4 or 'WI" 1.09 AC ORB r* tOT it HIM xi so i Or S"/4 IOX4'10 r.
1.03 AC ORJ14 r>4CUOMIW ...0.' ORB 14r SLY 40' or tOT .*".1"* TO rOBCONTMOX4XO
Of tllO' OP WO Or II LYING I or ST no 101 ix aUNIHt* R3GUI A C KAfHV t 250 co 4 .
Nrfl/4 Of IWI'.. BlINCleT MAROiS ( 9I4NI C ""-a- 3ixiOXXIl NAKTIM rolttlr I 3ARt 11/_ OR II..." 1119 EtROttlR AVI IM K9 Rr "79-" '0 2J2.2
.
1C.ooit., ro aax toixSTAAKI *- <>9 .,*..,1 I$ ri) .9X |4TC TA. 400'1. ttSAl til fAXROLt, ,
rA. rt 11.11
rt 11O'| ..oo.t: OR' 1"- 114XAA 01907003000I0309400
AHAM. rt 1X441la 00*
4-A-901.1
.. II it xx 4i/4 or LOTS isC
.-o-ooitt it TV xt can AT N4 CON $1 PTO LIT TS xt LOT 40 or ntvfRI *-\>lf00 ItO.ft 0133.02. OI44X-0-09000
14 Or 400t
> 4N
t S9
-0113000 171.41 SiCTIOX. *1'3". S9..4X' MX 1"I i iStARM. 'I 1 I B1S9 fSTATIS 'R*. U14lk-HA .*..040, A ,.OO AC OR9t ri4 '-O '*OOO .313j95

1.00 AC OKA 4Tr 110* I.... '114*. S4141 III.11* f\. 1X01 >*4.*T-.14*.* STAR Rt I sow 1'*SMA 011)1-0-4090 toad tints c t HUll 0 10.3 AC 04. rOtro '"-.
AKirl MVSNI To 01. NIT*/ IX TS XI ill' or'TM, :tTTON. rt 1X04X al I BOX |9.* INVISTHliNTS! INC '

If-It JAMAICA AV AOO't. HCAt SIR '...OLL NX44" or 1110* o"*i.a'-o" 0041-0-04199 TS XI tat I MA4"7T RT9X1I090*.4* AC Mil OR" (.f..,. '.""Y'L 32044 1JR* CSST, AV* "'

1"OOOHAVI..UU'.S.. MY' 1441/4 OP Si/4. .ftIJ 1' LII'. -4I19IOO .....* OAKS BURCH OAVIO A S HELEN M 14 IS II tOT 3* INx .I.CKSO"VILLI..1. SIXOl"

1111 t OOITX-0-00401 4). 1.17 AC OIlS Kir It* ar I 004 ... "0301.6514 t/x 2435321.01 I IX M .,,,,, '
II TS It S..,' or N144* II-Ol" O"x *)!!.** St4Rtl0 OAR4U .*.*-A-ooiir 5.114t01. 1201 lO.X' .tOt X *X R'.. 4IXrORTION

or mo or W440> or .OO.AC ORBtf rnMlrriS 0010-0-0411 i. AT | .9X fl'L..tY"L .-0140)09 MX .lia.04r 11 SS XX 51/1 Or tOTS X* 01X14-0-00100 8 Or OLD t'4T'Y.r

...1'. Or S""/". BlINGtOT JANIS S CV1TH1Aro .OXII409. "1134.4V S4*.. KU. StlHIM B VICKI S t 40" s o" co e* RO 5*> -030400 1127.*| .IOOLU" RO 4 LOT 3 VSf

*. BOX .l ....XT AC 04 STir X4XNR .120 TS II tOT 41 O* AIVIR ST4K. RT I BOX 1MMAMrTON 4111 *..* ,.00 AC: OR901 ri46A .&O'J'4. 11506E ra..('. r.:'

G..Half'L 1104XII tAM JtMIS ARt SIN) ."a.s.OOU'C.I"* rt 1X04XI -1 *.e. 9INNIS' 6 t TINA N '

ooi*'-o-ooi3i TS XI COW AT INT Or 4 MX IIM-H TS. XI lOT T HA- .tON Oltll-0-01999' 404 HICHtANO IllJACKS014V15LE 0110-0-00401

/-Oil MOO $4*.19 'LV'aov Or NMt/40r S I.OO AC: OR1' 144* 319'' ( NtV "/" Or SR-rXXf. N4tlilt' 7S XI Nl4* O' 1140* R-0,110.(M> $*X.I9 *.to AC DAM "tMITTIMORI It'S XI 41/2 Or tOT It ILIU.UII :.
MAARIRO ISBAEt C IOA rro AtONft RMt TO or 4To or Nwi/4 or '.1... AC UB nor 6, '7-0-90009 011X1-O-OODOO LION ARISHt JR

!BOX *41 -AOO't- -t OAt )II. TAIHOtt I../.. Ml** tOTS 04-s.. .NH.N4M ......... I JRina -OX4I400 MX I1X7.I4,!. | IOX 11 MICH ft C '*TRRt R-OJOAOO9 ....,* 44* M LIVINGSTON 37 '

STAR*!. ft 1091II 00..0-00.0' NI IOOTH 'VI .... AC: 01111. P11IENCKOIIVPIRIES tAWTIV. rt 1XO1 1.00 at' ORB IT4r ITT o.L"0I00."L 32901
TS XI Mil* Or WHO t9-0-OOI14 9611413VIL46* rt 1X40 NAMC1 .., WOO JOHN C: t NOR44 Jro 24 SS XX SI/I Cr tOt 4 dBL *
II-OC"'OO MX *....4Il. II >S XX /. or LOTS SI
R-011ITOO "IXI1T 30 TS Xt tOt 4. Or (5951 904$1 Rt aox ix IS IN tA47CV C OF 1R
or MH / or .""/ BUNS ..0.' ORSX1 ".0 "SUI 1.NA0PV0 141 IK MOOOtAWN II rARCtIK
..,. AC ORB .
379 14 .IHO $514115009l0 L.W"Y''L 1191
LOT II OAUCHCRTY MOYIT I *. rt 1144X < Nt CO1 147.11 I C M BYX .
11480* lilt ,*" MltllAH ,6rj 1 IS XI COM AT NI COR ** N6 S 11 is xx tOT 0 or RIVIRUAO OI4tO-0-OI01

I OOI4B0OOI1Xfill 10. Ito .00)00 NWI/' or II./. H4II.4T' II rtANtATIOMUNRCCOi0. R-014T700 HX "lll&.l
STARK* rt 1101il
, 1300 '..*.1.. IIAI..OIIO"L llo iIX R-0114X99 MX *MO.'1 la ra. com 14 '''.0'* TO Kltrits eveies t ARCMIG" *
TS xi con AT HI co or 01131S01007I0261100
I.OO AC ORB 3Tr 111NAURCRO TS Xt SX44* or ..44O* to. o AC O*.*T M* it .M tR 100 S144 4 ON BON 47LAWtlV. .
MX- *,*.*.
or 1149* or .MTSO fL 1191 '
ISKACt 5i'31./4 .ITT : N40IATV ARItOtO I IT At 490t tlSAt SCI TtXROtt OIX11-0-OOXOO
I ro rwx IW jiJ 14104.1','i? }SUNI7141ess4ssiia'c. ', :' -", Or :S"'/". .At S3:",CMAt r a BM Af" "**>' y II' *}vM4M4M ." ..10.t OR847 r.lMM47TIWMI '-O HX 110.** 14 It XX LOt 11 or BLK-:tS

$ .... KAa,: tII I1.' IOI KCXO 0* $St/4 t. ..tADD.5.IGa)1591445409$41' ri/J ,n", ".,< v. ,". O.OCI--OOOOtI, 1 IICNIIL'S'. Pill :.::Ok ORA14 1 LA4tf | or RR C NtV 10'..

I TS XI 1j'iY' Ofor X5945:1152, roB. f f'f1 h xi iv If cow *r ItiII' cw. .a.* 1.0164/00 ,:.t ..*...7.1 iAMfiv.Rt 1 "BOX-I' 'rt'*1201.'"' 1 MII ruCATT ADdCRT,. P. SR, ,, : ".or t ,tat.,* tx. nr BLH...13% VlfUO lljt..*
I MI'O' or <' 11' or Wr/4fM vt m.9 a>> .fM.O- 02594- Pe4- r o ou .',
or nut/ OO474-0-09IOI '
IS IX COM AT SN COR"04LOT :l"i TtBi MjirVd'3obo: '
I OIMI9-0-9IX90 SNOT .....* '''0'. 0447.5 5ll1IIIT'' IQIIII"AY tAMTiv. *. <
Ml/4. 1
BCING tOT .-CU,.00 t.*..OIt IX UN 1 .,..... T9
R-01I140O 903471002d1Y4
17 T TO Ml CO Or "CL M SCAOO't "0 BOX ITICAAMAM M LIZ or tOT 11 tMOOtAKM <
.00 AC OR> 34.r IOB 1 SLY R/kJ CO OR RO 1100 TO 'Af-
OOI4B-O-OOI1T t.oo AC IJIII i.7r n'l tf.At 1*. 79350110015400'S rt 31Xx "STAO DAVID Sit
JACKSON MOV i ( SHARON t |. rOBCOMT ll4TtS II S.* flMONTIceLLO.
IT! C J f Iro INBS RO
-.,1140O ....,. TS xi LS Mil orIMI '
41X4 GUY IT'JACKSOIIIYILU. A00 4 tlOAt Sl. TAXROtt
ORAMIR 47' 1 1S7AR NV 12731 "
I.OO AC 0KB l..r l"* 14 rott. COM ON s i miOr 01X14-0-00101 .
CAftROtt HAOISOM C I SAND FL 1XXOT "" n. 1x01IX ,--OI74TO !....! ...$/. .f NI'/ ON M -O104IOO MX tl2.04 I* *S XX Sea *T NC 00*' O"
ii TS xi con AT HI COR 004 TS XI COX AT' HI CM 0hll. OIIII-B-01193 LOT t*. N 714 193' 1IT>4
fO BOX 141STARX .... AC OB.BXMlrns 030 UN or .Y ./* TO *os TOAOO't t.09 AC ORBA1 95
Hi'/' Or $..I" Rim XBIIOO S4fl.ll '
.. .RUM M4S4.XI T0 OAHIft t C JAitcsra WOOD JOHN C C NOKIA JI *4 S7l 100' 1"1 4*
*. FL 1X01 w.a.'TMINC.' L.GALO'L ..*! AC 0I35) rtlCNASTAINJ ""
"LY' '
POs. S44M |4..*).ro BOX 4 o BOX ixtAhtiv. to roB
II TS XI SI'"' Or N414* SOO4* 411.,O". .. I THOMAS B C LOUIS
4' CII." *. aUtl *4S-.H AAMAK rt M4XXI 01031.0-0150 rt 1x01i
or
W'M' or NMt/4
Of AOO't tIBAl Sll TAXIOttoo A00'5. LI*4l Sll TAXRMt TS II COlI AT M CO 0*. CASTRO ss xx MI/I or !JT,0 OI4B7-0-OOIOO
SW,/.. MING LOT .,. I-414T79 ....,.,. >00 OAICMMN AVINUIOR4NOI ,' .
.Ba-o- ooao MI/' a* .Mtfl/4. RI**.>1* I.... AC ORBXt "14)) ,I rAR.. rt 1MT1II MOOOtAHN 1/0 S Or S* IIS I-O34I4OO ')) I'OL..aN
ON S 14-0-00501 CtR IT At
COST I r 297925 171
.OB40OM1SB0OXtBSOO .-XSBAOO .,*...* 10'POs. kl34.TI4. 'CftlPPIS JArWSro a 3 s M MIOP LOTS 10
.-.XX3M* ..?.... .co' \ MCNORIITM tOUISTf M t*
..,..,* TO M vm .. BOX 41 .
'I'f.*' !''U *C IMSWT .l. ... AC: OBI S44 I>| Mb. t4t III T XOtt 0I64.A'S. rt IXB4II 143 t ../. OP tOTS II C4X OIl23-0-00000 ro Sox it* '
'I.oe.e: 1MB 3900 11 197L.0 I MWM4W ...... I .lit OP MOOOtAMN S/O *f4I44(4I4T -OM7090 41*.IT .."'.!. rt 1X01BX
COLLUOSKI NICHAIt: L C .PMXI I''P 0 IMUktM *TSTAA I TXXB) RM I,.TM AMCAINISVIttl $ TS XI _II. OP Ml/4 I IO4OO AC ORBB4 ri* .1 XX CON: AT NB' CO: *
I 005235401190550 II .c. '" Ik COO. IB 145955604i0
SMAM ao
MOSES .. rt 1101 *
ft 1X*.. $05.61 KltBRIM KEVIN J LOT 14 NTI W109' SIT*
.
-
MCCtCMNV rt 12441II IX TS XI SI/4 or "4MI/4 ( tx TS XI mm* RM CM or. 'I OIII-O-OIIOB 00501144 "",.*!, ro* fIGS Sit <.

T. XI SI44 or MtlBI* HI/X Of ...". IX S/U IXKMT hi' i ...14. .*...... !..*.!.AC.....OMIfTOXI .-....... U...... I O1BM HX ........, tAMTIV. rt 11041IB "'71' SIOB* NI7 1171"

of Miao"of HMt/4- orinj 4.VIN 1 6 tOf SH-XXT r. 01.. v. .*-' OMT ,...* 4C.SMA ,... AC: ORB BST 'X* BS 2o N all OP tOTS At ..." 100' TO .085l
f MB I44V- ,
** MIM, Lars M < %_TMt 'ra T-tiiM or. s.*.. mm w* ./,, ..4..xt : .J TOM.-4H. :.3159 r .J 1MM M ;SINCtlTMV SANOMA 14 4 41 14) MODOtAkM $/0

**. .' A00'E 1.l4AL. Ml ,...*.. I, 454... ..*t Ml TAOTOM XI 71 XI CM 41 AM CM Of. .C/O BOOJBT I 5160515 :00502544 *.0-1-r>03u1:
ixwi
'tAMTiv rt
"I" 0S 11111. 0. ..,.. 44* *MVVOBO *M oixi-o-03ioi it-034lia HX M2.47tA7

0C.UI-0-30'OO 44x60.0-00101 :0...t--oa'OG 141....* ... .....". T0 ATMflMtOM, NV IIT41I il *s xx tors Me.. ir .-O J.C NX /449.35 3357504 wU'4 .
X-OXU430 .. ).. a-o"noo... ,,'..n ,'01140v ....4* .... .,... ?s at ../. OP '-1'..
l."J AC OK31SOtJ '0 l.UV At OR31I rXtOOKff 4.3* AC *l 0 J' 4000 1I14 % .5' MM. .tm M COB MiM .. -.ttts L t 4551401 .V.> rt 1104 .. "
AN MARK A t Oil1 S l4)6i 4 S MARV r &Uo: I: 41144-0-000.30 I bLOT ..
1IRAVa Me 116! 0V. I0> (*. 1U s p. 5Tv J01.-4, CHRISTOPnCH. OADMIjACKSa AI 4 .ox imS7A J. I 504 II.a.'L R-)231933' il' *!.>...* .41.'L 12itl no' .(* NtV AL I..G.r;,..

( > viLL(< ri 3i ti .R4> ft' 3X4 ttX ,. 11041" ,. 0103.-3-002515 ...<, AC .">H >>* ftirtAC 14 (s xi s 140 or taTS :71331 'j. i, L )T ii. loo 7xrfOi ::

11 is xi COM AT ..4. Ct* :. ur I TV XI CC-I AT S. CUR U> I 11-7-21. tOT T STA"U". '.;ho.llIoa'WOJI'- 1t "4 ...,.-' 4 026)100 4,9...*' 1. 41* Aittv 0 c '4A.. iktXT.x. or .J ]LA.'. ar NtV, :J.. M lion IX*.46'

NilMUI4 SllOd.l TJ 1491/4.09' )44/4.,14445445' ....(.'). M. 20.2k AC uH4 'P4MAA.VLA 0.3. siiLAWTIV. .4) .33*.. tflAt SEf 7Axadj LU.o.UC
M.V ./<. ta-l'l. SLY to 034. XMt ,441.14.M taS ;1 1Uft Z 00101'-A-01130 10" ACttOAIS SIC rt 1X04IX "
"*..T.* AIRS 143 rui.AOJ'I. 'R/W S' SatVXll* ON I x KTt4ra PAona I 11 IX SI/I or tlTS :
--QU"I>> .4 111 .<. tltM ST oU.O''J nO.If'
'GAL $E4 T....OLL AOi'C, tliiU Sl( TAA9D4L U. MX .x6RAMA4. 314411 23.24 IN rfOOItAKN: t* .nil' X-1144441 tKITTtSt
1 .hH *C 144. a 04091A4 rt 'U" GAIN'IVlLL4. rtX 1 or 13O414000000 4-43119x0 .593.91 MR4 OOtkl-O-BOkOO 1514997.4 5F "XI TS XI CT1 AT tl Cl. or TS XI Sl/4 or lrf/4 i.or 1.03 AC &'f>Tl r'oVAkMOUSH 411 N. liTli ITLaU"oI..ILL..L

I2..iS 00,.0-8-00106 3 M' ItS SWI/41 (l' SI1" U1U.TT' jtT H.. or oto r t. j RR 1."THA C 31111:LM
t-0114100 ft< ,
..60 AC OHaTi "fcltTOHtlV II-oU1IU", /.01'.3, OH A 3190.TX.II* .."$,,.. *t 1141 ra
*0ii tut ix 17a51i143.W310'1 ( ./. 14,' TO .05 ..tMt OA/-o-a( t.< 11.4 UH'
T
4 UJ*
10.000 .R4 10" HI ..,
OR j or LOTS ti a" Utll-O-30)99 to
PL IlR91. S,...... 05. )2091 'tirris viasit 0 IITTV JTJtxi ; IU.aa'I'. I.. .0005.443' tlT
TS Jl C0" AT 4.1 :R' a' 4919-0-43901 J UliAClCS3VVtttlt 1""IJi !lL'lO K-0111049
It tx TS xt ci" At s. co or oIi U" tv* .
410941-4-02104 1175.99 M:.Ht ttHt.TT JR 114.0410
.
Q
021/4. AU, 51)0c.a t. ..,/, or l..1'eN4M'64s ) "t 111Uu .
II'O ..,.... 641132$ ...A.... M CAtsHtvitkC rt .2401 1 1i. UhO-O-(1)10' fj j'J. 1 r
...Y boI."y
*LG U si xx $I/2 3i tats 7.1IX
*,4'll 9 4.S94 73 '
N296143.U7 TO PCH.A00b ,.*. AC 04. "Tr 34N9d14N 7 *. _** StllHjCKiasitt. X* IS xi 4l/1 or si/i. or .y' .OI'OJO h LIGAL Sf] TKXOLI. 15,1430 CX-IIT. .1114L3'5 J3 uno $14'$10': "". far ,.x1/41. Rsills. 1 li.30 .C ClllO '*{ 13 SS I 1311 .t 14 C3M3jrtill

AflJ't t 5t 191 74x911a403963OU331 ><' 1861$ ..fa '. rtxi 32321 ; (ll!'-O-ai>4t>0AOMOJO ;* ..*' s.itotcv 17 t 'JN N 304 ft I

00)49-0-01103 711.l..4SVIttl. 'I UU It xi tJt jr ..< .l!..,* .f 1 i t-X .. 1tMt 2.: rt ran A rw THIN. ..UN

H-01lOO 575.51 305 it 5415,21-11 'lfa' M4R. ..| .O,. $/;' ., OlUG-0-794x0 ..1C AC OHt. r44 I t''L 12054 .-. I.* rv S *i rt s 144. rT
AC M lSTUKkEV A-Oll" HX "1.444.11 ....0 oI"aU$ AtfO C.*<* *l A-3l'I' '1.0..1. 143415514 >*Jt A t JAMT MhT 14 aS IX Jl0 AT iCO* 4 41 i>T TJ rt. CX S lit
I.J3 v.o *< O*.TIr 0356udalS 'I.'A., V44.4 *4 *.11' .
CJti"T C t 8AIU1t .. 99 CJoe OF$4CTIJI43I .Q.-n-o noO'J'JO t tJ< IIX LOT X. N T77.41 40
5134.4 4 01471 'xf'O) '- 14R .,Z.Q' MR1INC. I tA,t.'. rt 1x01 N 4tl.ll Tu S *. CAIX I

a 4 X'Oil. fl.llSTA t/0"lII a 40*. tonttxKi ..OW'. t6.t S., TtAAUtttlf4.ll I'.'* AC 0'.1% -90 HIS >i. lit* ST tl *1 IX W<1 *T *5 ca ,Ot S 8. 2T4.*' T3 8 tINIAO .,

C39 < rt 1191ix .A|( .l&au.>> t Inlla4V It GAINYl1I.'PL 72491 tOT ,.. N 112'. > >*)' *k '. .1"1. Iff T4X4.QU Rt'I
C14 T N4 J
T! 11,,JH 'h..IS' I1' TS it can AT s' COR . I14-* II 7i It MJlor ..:/. C 111*. S JJ'. TO "J') *r

l.il/4. f..ISJJ.. kl047.lt TI 6-9020140 t 4A.rT \ rt 1/944 <*.!/* Or MCI/4 3Sullf. TAll rut oun103 813010x. rt ii4 ./ ;3': S" *3 TOTO < .
T3 tlV > l..t 317.ri*..,. "IT
{ AT
'.11" > w ..., *C 044 Ttr M* C) TS 't 315 ** *"' C'JA feX .fG 1 A-9JIT40J tl4.4 XI S* II C3:: *t 1. C0431LOT ,
pU9.! 2114'. 111.h' (.!*.6 174.17' TO S.t. ./.. 4040$ 'w.'J J 1 C1tt.l1 I SXI/4 C* Ml/4. .11.7.41' tIM SIC C H *4 S>.XI.. .1111-0-00100 ...., AC 014 llir 11* lilt .RU. S til' P*>

.00.-.014UII 43)0' 4. Abtf't 49044 Sll TAR'9ttII ,,..441 i* llTM "L tAT TO Jt t3 CII-". S,1." A30', ...14* SM TAxitt .-a',.'. 1301.591, hIT' TrtCM'i 4 ".I.. t 1."'. 1C 11' W.11

671..9 Mnittit "G' M/t '0.S UVtSII/4 5.30 AC I-*.** 'II 1003 511.7 a:: 4..3' s .l* TO ra ;.
a-Oll..7 004.0-o-3ult1 rt istTin .33'1 11041 $31 5A4031L o-O-OUOO 7A1J1I UIt'L i C JkAlT AFT 201JACISa$41LL2. 1.1
I.OO AC U.i >41* l 1WII. .IV.*30 ..I..,.., TS ii tnt x* IH mvMt.lt ,. '" 11-8.1.00 .,1..*.. t sax n"L.wTiV. rt 4txitt 0IS10-0-33000 rv.
..\* bO.IM I t >AUtTT i.oa AC: i.<..t r* 5.31C
52015 14 COR or
rita A'
ISTtTIioxii .0-A.1401 0aw'OGCTT it xi cm 0-3312301 444.8
a T 'MX l'.U S..41.>H4.' HtUIS V C'r 0141C. Rl95 "11.\ 81045I! JOMU, % J| ,t 11 C,$ *T I.r itINI ScC. IH& CS N03 50X4 4 .ASTI-"* LUlU CST AJi

1f1440.. fL 'o't o oux 4vssr 32041 00901--"G03 JlwtJ :.JittlA 4tlit 01 1 r a "o' 4iii LOT it t ItV ./. 1S.,.*.* TJ 033 CJ".' e/o joj 9457414
AT N4 nr .
fiK con
it 71 it .,xi. 01- .<- $g T.i X41 dlttA AUtl 4.144 CAi-usvitti. ii4 xIX SA-490 N 31 CtV *.!14 C" .11/.. 11 is xi si44* orur 1348' 7S Xt fclA AT N4 C3* a* ro coiT oASO't < '"*0tt
l.iJ AC: M) 14Tr 108N709 jACR.jnvittt* r.. 11x10TS til.AS TO AOJ'4. L'O.L tl T rt 33218J
SOI'L1l I T>).,. T) SLY 1590'UF t<"// \f '
\ TOJU t XMrj 1.3 XI tUT It 01 144t fc4 1/4 or IK "' 151) t6t Sll ,...OLL 5 t xx COM AT 14 eg* orat
"/" 0' CN229.AO.'L *f4"/'. UklVi tITt 4J4I.W MA t MA1FT3N .' SOI S4i4 ."Q 14X0* to -ot buu-o-o"031' 13 iJN n 100 PT. POI

USAl "a T Xilti STAH'ii. rt Sx'*iXU .. * '- OIO'41"11
o--oto-l 0..140 TS Xt LOT J* tlvttkStTfl I 100945-1.02400 .k-3144109. 142..0 ..* AC 0<*14 "11 174 rT .. *3 rT s U-",**
"-" 1.1. 0$14) ._0"1'0..1 *,....1UAtlt .71 a' ORh: r* AitaRioa .5319 J to ra-4 14: t. F-Otl4tll7. 'It.11 5.40 414 .*4 11 94ICMT I CCH.VSIAR > .10,0-.OU.t: MAV 10 4 411.ST I V 0 sax *k '

.JO AC LAa 7410 347V..LTC161. 14T4. 1 J. *" OO'ftl-I-UU.' XT i igx 111rt 917104 >,...,)| t aa. la** I'Aw'IY'L tA'TIVt *k "OI .4I11I-O-O91U4' .3

CLAI5C2 i> >U At .0-0429709 ......1 141. MA'N73.. K"M4M"g ..II AC QtX r IA4 3104 13 41 XI CJM At Ml CORubi : 4-33523.37 5a-0.45

c/o L .J KITS 3TA4I0. *t 1X11IX Kill t J 1J 1144TS .. ...* JtMM t \ rAOyttt Jl 13 5 S XX ILL tlT T* I" i.njtA.N i /* ar 4.,11' sio.ix TO R04t1Xt 3114141 8.919. Aj

i>O 1l1U..3" 474STA TS XI till- 0' Nl4tor UAA.lt: 471STAMRC .n Xt t&7 1* V MNAJWT&N r 0 MX 3512'W114VJL1. tvrio ftv o* set stY *.. e* u' .. o-j SLY *>'14 AtRT AStit
.*(. ri 31991 1)30' sr ,.i<9* MP '
rtX4 02791 J t,*;'"K ta rt 1101It M J* 1I7-1IT >.7.H' S .J,...* TJ 1-01 t sax 130
II ts n fM nST "iimfror N41/9o0a5u4.1: ..1143: LOT _. COR jrMl
7S XI t3TS 71 II CX AT AiMi't tX>At. Sf* TAXROtt9JJ1S30 ..00ICK..L 31s1. ,
.n.*-*-*.1l"
541/4 or "'Ii"*. 4.. '
I 34-32.1...4.se.59.51..4 t/k ur it* 1/4 tio TO'vli 0IlfS- -000a 13 11 11 co* &. co* crtt
'0" ')' .. t ,'11' '&Y .0-03331': O'0'.2 .S//41. Mirr R'UltOVJ IMCMAtAA M4 1SV.14 CJHT S A*,.20* 1'.0' t tMI4I.10' 5-OI964U6 .*.... ''G.UOOOlO >T XI 4 RUN I Tit' Sx .
k/14 OF Cit-Ut. 00.49 '
MS09' tO M4 l.OC AC 0471 P4ISUTTOM .- 194.1 **' ro* 0i.. 43'Ch(
f.'OLLr AT 1505 *l*$
OJ'L 1.E4A1. 169 0-42/0100'l.AI AC tlR' '.47$194.61 oo 14c .,0. 01-- "C1 .......'0I0..a. 32144 AUO'L LEGAL sty TAXROttaiTA rlANK t AS4AtMT 0.144.4 .1a1: ii IJ'. .0' s >a' T3; 903

1-9214143 MX .S' 4 0 14 X *4. 111* $1 | C1X In
;..uoII''J'OU."IO 4AY4M1 I4.AA3 / .Ifta lAT 14 TS XI CM AT M C'M OP .
.. :
.noa--'It 11411li 'L 52441
.
AC 5.64127.- 514544. OI14X-0-OOOUO
2.00 IMA r*
II'.... $14/4 .30 $4$14'6 33 ID'S
.- 4 IIGII US"- ,,
J.>N4S JJ*.. 114014.... J a/ Ca *. aS 19'..1* TOro >ia tai.IT *s II COAT i* CII or 23 it 12 SI/I If 95/9 4-I.1S44UO 5.3..94
ITS 111 -
.... AC 0414 IA4XI. t 1X01IX *> 3.97 AC MAO riO .. __ 01 It**. I **0' )0' *' $ >/* "
r o *..x 1M cowl s. .U."<. i tOT S* > tOT X 1.4 >. )( L'H ttlttll *t 4)
Hire L j jro TS U"a'Af"* C1R O* aav III t Bit*** .' XW. T* 4 I< t* TIV
44$41, 'L 1'1' >IX AH M/t. S '* f tPT I Or AW MX 1574.A.I79V'PL
1)NAII' TOSTARKcl < *.!/*. Of ...|/..* ...,.'. **J't tl4t 545 TAXRtttt
AOX tiCRANAit
'. ,11"1il I1VO' TI ,,f.4 4 ,
rt 1101XI .
.
if % 11 rrOr
494I 10.110 13 i xx /'
,
rs ii .Jfc At S4 CIM or _LV".'.. a.-u.. '''' '. .
340.3346'1'3346'1 '' ". TS XI Ca- AT %4 C3R orMl t3T AO !.. TJ"'1 0-J!

S.IA' 1451/4.. ADDS] L'L5':Lj, $11'TAaO1.l ./. O, M4 ./. I *!0' S .. tA.Tiv I or. *v kt
f' :. ....1.1..9 4.01\.9S' -, fl/ fir.. r) *'. 419* S4II *7*..l' 4 .TO*
I :t 1.1"1 f }.a.,.*. ". ? 4\1'% : -' i-;'! ',/ I .
., : : 'I ; fO M* I 44* N4II ., ." ,
Slf T4.,0ll \ '.
.'.. UJ'l 'tk.Al . A .'L "I<*At.Sll TAIROtt

.'






.

.



"' .,."" '
," ,,,, .
'
1


..









.' ., .

.
: .:
; .,
; >
.' .,. :, .

h -

'

May.WO .

Page )w 1; BRADFORDCOUNTY1ELEGRAPI.. ,' ... \ .

', \.'" .,'t,:; 'r '''': :.r." ,'"

"H.- .

t.
.. ., ,
.. : "'SS
02213-0-00000 .
.
OU"6- -00000 )|.66.000..00on 01794000200R0391SOO: O1896-0-00IOO 01990-O-OOOOO 02049-0-00700 02149-O-00&OO -0490000 uh..z'J.

R-O "OOO (21.11 ,- 1600" 153.24 HX '86O8.00 R-0413100 (...0. R-042SOOO ((1,1(0.15 -0453800 (46.42l.OOT -049400 HX" (''6.60 9.06 AC 0R890.,921. "

FELDER ISAAC 1.00 AC ORB2O PS2 I.SI..t ORBT4 P9ONCFAULS 1.00 AC ORBT2 PTIMCCUTCHEN 9.'] AC OR83 P* AC DRB63 P17 (.'O"C ORB 1J4 HI WILLIAMS S LARUC JIll,

C/O C S ELDER JENKINS JOSEPH JR C CHARL JAMES t NANCY E SAMMIE JR C VEL LATEEP EUGENE A I TERRELL LULA BELL BRADLEY PATRICIA ANN C ST 17 AIVEARIOte ,TRAIL:, "" .
PO BOX 231 362 1146 CLARK ST' : LEROY BURTON M M C LINNIS BILL MARK) 1
BOX 603OAYTONA RT 1 80X 4421 SB 2ND PL ORMONO BEACH. .FL "12074;, ,
.
BEACH. FL 101 "WTE'. FL 3204* LAMTfY. PL 32048 GAINESVILLLE. FL 32601 STARK FL 32091 RT 2 BOX 1236 RT BOX 7410 17 6S II COM .AT tNT", M A.

23 SS 22 ( 1/4 OF in ,3, 2S SS 22 COM AT NW COR OF 23 SS ti BEG AT Nrf COR OP 35 SS 22 COM AT THE INTEROF 03 65 22 N' 345* OF NHI/6 STARKE. FL' 92091 STARK*. PL 32091 LINE SEC t SLY RMPLEAS

FT OP LOT 31 It TOWN' Of 4E1/4 OP NE4 OP SMt/4 t SEI/4 OF SEI/4 OF NMI/4. NLY CORY OF R/M OF OP SEI/4 C N 343' OP 09 6S 22 CON AT SE COM 13 4S II Sl/2 OP HII./. 0. GROVE *0 S ON SLV RM

LAMTEV C OF RV 121.34* TO FOB CONTS 210 RUN S 330. SMLV ALONG CO SR20O-B t ELY BORV OF R/M NEI/4 OF SWl/4 1 OF ST RD SEC N 421.75*. H 200'. H'I Swl/4 OP Nla/. 5 SI/I OF 720.43'70.008 CONT .I ON'II'

i 210 M 210 N 210 GR RO S2S.S2'. N 409' TO HWY 1O1 FOR PO,. N31* 1A00 lOa EX A/S.'OESC OR 300* TO POB CONT N' 3OO'. HI"/. OP Sf 1'" OP NMI/4 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL '4\ '

01SST003009RO3S6OOO TOP09 POI EX ROAD R/H 'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 1O9-292 C OR 106-4 M 141. S 100. I 141 TOPOB fX PAR' ON M SIDE C PAR IN' )

.U..S1 |, ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 02IS3-0-00900 fi0490500
J1446-0-O0109 01962-O-OOOOO >21*-O-OOOOO ',Sl\
O1B93OOOOOOR039380O
MAl 01896-0-00209
MCKENZIE JOHNNII I ***. .- (174.8fl. : .
(,...S O20SOO001O1RO4S400O t-0469900 ?2 ,
.3' R-042S4OO '
4O SOMMETT RO! -03T180O R-0413300 .Z03.' HX (576.29 173P 77.UK .. OLIN NARK V,
New BRITAIN. CT 0605 ..,. AC ORB -* .0.00.C ORB41 P04 '.7."C OR99 PS 20.OO AC ORe P4 (2O3.T5 ..6'.C 08 DRAWER ISO '

25 3S 22 COM AT A -THHEitE JOHNSON BEVTHA BENNETT VAN WAYNE t PARIT GRIFPIS WILLIE VONNIE J MAGYAR DONALD R C JOANIT | SEFRIEO IRVIN C BARBARA. WILLIS TROY FL 12091 1 ".
4 BOX 744O .T 1 BOX 84BLAMTEV. 9 BOX 7405 1>.
SEC LINE BETWEEN BOX 192 BOX 32STARKE. PO BOX 8 17 6S 22 LOTS 11-11,15 .
L"WTI''L 320S8 FL 32091 32O8T STARKE. FL 32091 FL nosa T..RKI.'L 209l II..,'
24C2S CROSSES KINGSLV MO SANDERSON FL
RUN S. ALONG A SIDE ZOO FT .25 SS 22 HW./" OF "I"/. 29 SS 22 LOT 61 11MOO9LAMN 34 SS 22 CON AT SM COR QF 03 65 22 Sl/2 OF NMI/4 OFSWl4 09 6S 22 COM AT Sw COM W 11 *S II SI/I OP SMI/4 OF S/D.PLEASANT GROVE, UNP.FCD : "
LAKE El/2 OF MI/2 OF SEI/4 OP "NEI/4" ALSO SI/I
ADD'L LEGAL Sit TAXROLL ]F SMI/4 LYING W 0 NWa/. CF < _0..11 PAR ON RO 6S* TN FOR POS N 237.44* TO ERS 5 SEa/.. E 105* tO POI E 3P SSI/4 OP SSI/4 OP OUUODons'R :51
5 315' N TO S RM CO GR RO 1 UAOO'L .12 AC AS DISC
01561-0-00000 JR .1-..... OR 30-417 01893-0-00400 OF SR 200. N 31. E OI982-0-OOIOO NMl/4. EX R-0491500 (*4.9l'J

R-O356SOO (194.39 AOO'L LEGAL SCI TAXROLL R-O37J4100 (144.49 AOO'L LCOAL SEE TAXROLL R-0432TOO MX 239.93 LEGAL SEE TAXROLL OR 110-171 MHITPIELO WILLIAM J ".

PEEPLES CLORA EST 69.00 ACMILLIAMSON 35.18 AC
28O
P O DRAWER .
MOORE LIP :31466-0-OO1O2 ESTELLERFO KATHEWS LEATON 02OS6-0-00100 02147-0-00000 .0
X CHARLIE MAE 01900-0-00000 H. 32091
MS.64 M-O455200 (794.3/* 'V-04694OO HX (,*.., STARKE .
R-0372000 1 BOX 833MACCLENNV. RJ S BOX 7726
(330.91
0 BOX 1T3tAMTEVt R-0-.13700 4S 22,LOT IS OP
ORB )TIP 43 SO.04..C ORB2 l.tl AC ORB6B PO* 17 y,
I.OI"C FL 32043 ITARKE. FL 32091 -
FL 3201 .].00 &C GROVE
25 SS 22 N 130 FT E OF BO' GREEN ROY EARL t JE-JSIP M 29 SS 22 Sl/2 LOTS 41.42 OAVIS JAMes JR 34 65 22 SWl/4 OP SEI/4 OUUBLEHIOS HOME' CENTER INP CARLTON ERIC L I BONN. L''T PLEASANT S/O. n.

IN LOT SS IN LAWTSV f OF 1433 FLOYD CIRCLE t 43 C Ml/2 OP LOT 49 t PO BOX 124 iX R/M'S RP 6278-6279 0 BOX 280 1 BOX 120.AK 02251-0-00519 '

ORANGE. FL 320712S LOTS JO, 43. 44. 44 IN ST..RIIE.'L 32O9I 8UTLSR. PL 1204IS
FAR SO SO
RV EX R/N EX COCOA FL 32923 11984-0-00000 ,.-0..1.00' (il4,43" ?
..
SS 22 CON AT NM COR OF MOOOLAM. 10 *S 22 BEG AT INT W I 45 22 COM AN5 CO* OP '
dEG S0 S OF NW COR 34 SS 22 ALL Ml/2 OF H-O43290O (264.50
"'I'" OP Sw"/". MUM E30 NW1/4 OF SHI/4 E 0'R 7.62 .AC ORB 376P 174 LINE. SIC'S RM SR 233 I SWl/4 OF NMI/4 OF I 1110 RICHARDSON 552 JACQUELYN. 'F. E v, "
PO BOX
OIS64-O-O91OO TO E R/W OF COGR RO.S3TS OlBOT-0-00100 CHARLES JR' ON' RM 971.75 SM 640* : TO ELY BOY OP SCL SI7M '

(25.01 *. SIO!.'.*. R-O394490 552.8880K GARRARO i 637.2 TO M KM SR 200 304.99*. TO POB CONT SITM LASTLY* PL sloe., .1*'
A-O3STSOO
O1901-O-OOOOO PO BOX: C 22 LOTS 19 20
TAXROLL I* 6S f
WILLIAMS NURNELL AOO'L LEGAL SEC TAIROLL ROBIN R-Ol13900 (91.9S ,LAWTEY. PL 12OS8 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXADLL AOO'L LEGAL SEE PLEASANT GROVE SO "

PO BOX 321 RT 1 SOX 1220 2.OO AC 31 AS 22 COM AT'Sri COR OF .

LAMTEV. FL 3201* 0147S-0-OOI9a LAMTET. FL 32048 DAVIS JAMES JRP se"" OF' ..El'' 02059-0-00000 .. 02151-0-00000 )I"S-0-00tZ6"k .,"

26 5S 22 M S3* OF BLK 4* R-0373TOO 04.70 29 SS 22 BEG 50' M O" S* 0 SOX 124 ..00..5'" M 192.51 'TO R-O4SS80O, (..10..... .-0.0200"X (147.12 I-O492300 156.43'' .,

t W 90* OF N 100 OF SIX .'0 AC ORB 145P 331 COR OF LOT 49N '00', 5100'.S COCOA. PL 32921 SLY R/M OP NM 24TH ST. 36.35 AC ORS 343P 41 i 10.00 AC ORBS P7 1LIN MARK t ELAINE

46 IN LAHTEY fi OF RR STRONG JAMES C t 2I1XER 2 BOX 210STARKE. RT 9 BOX 7911STARKE.
201LAMTtV.
'PO SOX POS I0"4S
OF Swl/4 OF Nwl/4 PL 32091
1201 .
320! FL 32091 PL
01569-O-OOOOO Fl N C S 8V 420 15 M IOO OP w43
210 OP .8 22 LOT 24 ,
R-O3ST600 (219.,7 2* SS 22 COM AT K I COR OF 01814-O-OOOOO R-0411000 (30T.4S 10 6S 22 ALL Nl/. MOP RC > IS 4S II COM AT NM COR 'LEASANT GROVE S/0. ft<

2.OO AC SSI/4 OF NEI/6 OF SWl4.S R-a39a200 131.04 01903-0-00000 6.00'AC ORS7 P7 E OF RO 13 EX RM020610002OO Swl/4 OP *WI'" RUN B \1 22251000330
S 693.94 TO
299.61 FOB. : .
9S9SO M 214.60 TO 31.00 AC LEE WILL R-0414100 (1.478.64 BROOKS OONAL9! JRRT -
PO BOX 2TTLAMTEV '0'. S89 )9S3 M 210 TO PATRICK MARVIN T C NANCY 6.'T..t OR930 P74 S 30X T81S GR RD. 8 ON R0.,1l2.I9'. ., I-0492TOO >(6.91'tw
TAXROLL
SEE
FL 32OS* AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL RT 1 BOX 414! EL-SOUESSI KOUSTAPMA t P STARK FL 12091 R-0436100 (390.OO ADO L LEGAL OLIN MARK ( ELAINE.

26 SS 22 LOT 42 IN TOWN L"WTEY.'L 32OS 6044-6063 CHESTER AVE SOS 22 M 6 AC OP SE 1/4 S.OO AC ORB12 P91 '0 DRAWER 22* *ssoLAMTEV.
EX LOT O1684-O-0910O 30 SS 22 3EG AT SM COR LITTLI H CHESTER 02151-O-OOOOO. e-><
OF LAMTEV E OF RV JACKSONVILLE. FL 32217 OP NS 1/4 LYING N' OP NM24TH ((.,.IS FL 32058
R-03TS330 1426.13 LOT 41 C TO SE COR LOT 41 239 N CHERRY ST K-04T0300 '.
IN NW COR OF NMI/4 OF
Ml/4
11 SS 22 ST P04 17 6S 22 LOT 10 OF'LEASANT'GROVE
OR3O6 P46 LOT 24 W STARKE. FL 32091 2.00 AC ORB4I .
NE COR
1.44 AC t TO N41/4 EX R'''. DISC OR w*'*
10 6S 22 CON AT SE CORSEt HARDY DUDLEY P S/O..
01S710OOOOOR0357990 LEE CLARA I 149.22' N 24.7 S>4 106-319 RP 7184 7184 O1984-0-00100 I 02266-5-OOOOD 5 tJl
(3S.I9' 807 PAW PAM STRICT 8 T ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL R-0411290 (19.14 M 31T...* FOR POB PO BOX pRAMER 1O30STARKS (461.43'.'TJIT.SO

GOLDEN'" LINDA COCOA. FL 32922 O1814-0-00000 O190S-O-0020Q 3.01 AC O il> SlOP' 12 CaNT M .6...., N 1327.39 PL 32091 R-0495403 AC -' hk

PO BOX "9LAWTEV. 25 SS 22 BEG AT TNT N RM R-039630O '31'.]' R-0414700 (164.24 DOBbS JOSEPH A C fMOSENERT TO SLY BOY Sl/2 OF 51"/" 15 65 II COM AT NM COR OFSM TYSON VISTA LEI! '' ,,'

FL 12OSS CO 6R RO ( C LINE OF II.OO"C ORB43 P40 S.OO AC ORB 364P 200 S BOX 7810 A00'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 1/4 OF NW 1/4 THIN S RT I BOX IS 10 > "*?
RIM OF O* A0.
OF LOT 44 $11/4 OF SMI/4 M 80 CLAYTON LIT 713.3 TO S .X1
26 9S 22 !1/2 NORMAN RAY DAVID K STARKE. FL 32O9I FL 3IO91
STRIKE
1.1 i IUTC v -E.Of. RV. N24O' 180' S 240* T9! *O9 I BOX 436 RT 1 30X 149 5 4S 22 E100' OF SE1/4. OF 02064-O-OOOOO R-04S7300 MX 219.51 8 AOO'L....'LEGAL FOR POB SEE I TAXROLLl 60 S 18 4S 22 Nl/2 OF SMI/4 0.4

013T3-O-OO10O LAMTEY. FL 32O48 LAWTEV. FL 32OSB NE./.. NEI/4 EX PAR IN NE COR
R-O3S810O .77.., OI49S-O-00900 30 SS 22 LOTS 11 S OF GRID 7.41 AC ORBS .P2 ,SJ
14 bS 22 AEG AT SE COR OFN414 BEING lOt.'"* *.'$ BY
1.38 AC ORB63 Ft* R-03T7200 'le6.6. t LOTS 21 C22 IN oP SEI/4. RUN 01984-0-00400 PARRAHORE EDNA J 0217-0-00000 408.TS* E C M C EX BEG AT<> "'
ROBERT t PATRICIA 0370O ORB3 >TZ KT 3 BOX 7464STARKE. -04T2430 (974.4
MOOSE 5.00"C UOOOLAUl i/O. SI9.4T'1S W R-0431700 (119.14 ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLIII"
N W 1STTH ST MEATH RAYMONO C MILOR60NILOREO .31.II'NOI.O"S" W 3.91 AC1 ORB 176P 173 FL 32091 2.00 AC ORB2 PO 0"0IZ6600010
10 6S 22 CON AT INT ELY MOTEL 'covs APTS
FL 33159 H POSTELl
MIAHIt I OIHLS000109RO396400 ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL GARRARO GEORGE G 494.2; !
26 SS 22 SI/I OF LOT 4T 1 I 7967 WILLIAMS AVE 39.37 PO BOX CLAWTEY. R/M SCL RR C NLV' "'V NCLEOO J ( HILDA C '1176.95 bt

Sl/2 OF 5"/] OF LOT 46 PHILADELPHIA. 191SO 10.00 AC ORB 389 229 O1904-O-00609 FL 120SB STARLING RD. E ON NLV R/M PO BOX 667 -0495SOO AC 'ORS\)56P'300\Iu

LAWTEY E OP RR 26 SS II El/2 OP NEt/4 O''* NORMAN SHARON H R-041S10O HX (442.29 5 65 22 COM AT SM COR OF 799.10 TO POB. CaNT I ON MALOO. FL 3294 1.50 VALERIE .U'
TYSON
ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL THE S 197 FT OP
SU/" OF NE 1/4 RT 2 BOX 2164STARKE. 4..C ORB2 P7 SEI/4 OP NEI/4. 14 4S 22 1450 W MADISON ST ''DJ
THAT PORT OP .'114 OP
01591000000R060600 PL 32091 JENKINS STEVE W C NOVETHA NOO."''11 W S9Z." TO APT. K5STARKE. ."
(41T.SI 02071-0-00000 NEI/4 LYING I OF STATE .R9 .
.0,01000000R07'SOO 30 SS 22 LOT 12 MOODLAWN P 0 BOX 342 NLV R/M OF NM 26TH ST. FL 12091IB <
1..l..C ORBS P9 ...'..6 K-04374OO (301.1 200 IX RVI
s/o. LAST!!, FL' 12098 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 4S 22 RES! NS .COR OP
41.OO AC ORBO1 POOKILBV
OEPO INVESTMENTS S.OO AC 35 4S 22 CON AT SW COR OF RONNII'I' SWl/4 OF NEI/4.' RUNt' '>'- .:
1389 CASSAT AWEJACKSONVILLE. MILLER JACOB 01816-0-00003 TO FOB. 02149000000A0472500 0-x
E 1824.17' 01984-0-00109
SEC.
j I M308.T9',
4237 OAK FOREST LAN* (,7S..SI.OO"C
FL 32201 4106 LAXS LAWNS AVI R-0396SOO (220.32 CON T E 330'. N' 429.OT. M R-0414000 HX .ao.,. 5208.75',130S.7314204.73'.
23 SS 22 LOT 61 IN TOWN ORLANDO. PL 32BO8 47.00..C ORB4S P46 KEYSTONE HGTS FL 3245 ORB42 P39
319'. S 629.2 TO FOB "O.OO..t ORB42 P92 LEGAL SEE TUAOLu'ur.1' ;
L
E OF RV OESC OR /2 OF 51"/" OF 10 65 22 ALL Sill OP, ROLLING CURTIS RAY ADO
OF LAPTEV 26 SS (2 E' NORMAN'" L M JR t SANDRA RODGERS JAMES H t ROBIN CRT 'r P v
103-239 SCI/6 OF N6I/4 RT 2 BOX 2140 O1905-0-01103 S BOX flU SWl/4 'E OF RV t M T*'OP 3150 ME 49TH ST O27T1-0-00400 ., I I0494400 IA'
5WI/4 OF SSI/4 ALL LYING OCALA FL 324TO .
STARK FL 32091 -9415800 HX (572.98 STARKE, FL 12091 ((45.2 RI>
01633-O-OOIOO OI712OOOOOOR0379ZOO 30 SS 22 LOT 10 LYING S .OO..C OR83 P2 05 6S 22 NMI/4 OF 'SMI/4' ,.4 Of OLD LAMTEV HO. 16 65 II NE4 OP Nil/4' OF.NllI. R- 1.00 AC OR8011"PiO[ &MV'

R-0364600 MX *1.40T.I HX ...S... OF CO GR RO t ALL LOTS HOLLOMAV JOHN T t JOYCE RF 29TS83 297984iO19B60O01OO 02O9-0-OOOOO .. M. OP MIl, 301 DEAN CATHERINE O' '."40

16.SO AC ORB 294P O4SOEVORE 6.92 AC TJR36T P49 23.26.27.3.39 IN BOX 146 R-0459100. NX (1783.31' 0i *
RT 1
OAViO MRT 4."I I'r4'yj18 CRIFFIKARt.'LI MO* F COM AT NM COI.600L t 'J."C ORB6 "j PT'' I* ......o-OOSOO ca,,l KtXl' ,.T I BOX 1902
? ": WOOOLAMN EX LAMTEV. FL .32048 v.? \',., .', FL 12O91: CT "T.(01
," .
1 BOX llsVj PO BOX >3* .:.. LEGAL SEE TRX-MLt' .AOWIt' FAWNS I' OpROTNV.RT >.-*4T3000VOSl J (*.i**< rlTARKE.
iL COM AT SS 1/O.P ."
.'A..m 12035 ;|3S SS 22 K tjr043420O HX .10. 48 4S 22 COM AT SM COR OP
!

24 LAPTEV.SS..22.FL..2bdl'OF 3i .;Hfer/4 LAMTfV.26 SS 22' FL 814' AT WLY. .'V ., 01816-0-00300-1J1/) .'..J. "*.J,CONT 11/4.fi .484.63',6.'.* TO' TO SE,Pd(OR?, 'T 2 1.00 AC OH019'JACKSON'OAVIO E iRT JaNIT't'"PS0-L" ',.,STARKE.S. BOX FL 7548 32OTI'OO 0- n1O \....5PRPrI4VtSM I l9(1917AOW)1' 1IIU"I1* *..*_ftZZ...\l lRT ..5i4 ELY OP I9"t0 NM4 NLV E./,''*OP"t0'CJ1p'* 08
OF NE1/4 OF SWl/4 C C SR204T M LINE OF SE S-039680O 176.07 OF SWl/4 OF 51"/.. N 5 BOX 7(35STARKE. 6S 22 S330' OF EB70 1 MX (4* 'ELY' .

31/2 AC OF NWl/4 OP NElOP /" I'. OF NM 1/4 S 2IM '.OO"C OR894- POI 4DD'l LEGAL SEE TAXROLL FL 32O91CS OF SEI/4 OF "WI''. IX L.wTIY."L 3203* .RO FOR POI CONT 'UctOLLJJ3

SW1/4 C NE 1/4 OF NM ''....,* 'N8S*5 '14S.T1 N NORMAN' JEFFERV LAT 4S 22. COM AT SB COR OF SI4S* M OF **. SX ./10 1* 61 12 ../, OP .NMl/4 OP ,I AOO'L LEGAL SEE .. .. u

1/4 OF SE 1/4 AP 792 AOO'L LEGAL SM TAXROLL 2 BOX 214SSTARKE. ALSO CON AT SE COROF Nfl/4 OP "Nil/4' N OP MATS I 10*:/
019OS-O-01600 SW"/" OF SM4 N' 16.49 TO i
AOO'L LEGAL .SSI TAXROLL OAK CREEK BUNG 332.15
.
FL 32091 (130.79 N KM CR 213 C FOB CoNT N 02271-0-01000 ,3047100 .:
01434-O-OOOOO 01732-0-00000 LOT 24C R-O414400 KM BV APPROX "O.'S 0* j(79.0?
30 SS 22 E 1/4 OF PS M 129* S 348.S6TOAOO'L .-
3.3S AC ORB6 345.54'
R-0366900 1339.' R-038200O SI42.O6 N 1/4 OF LOT26 INMOOOLAWN ERLINOA V LEGAL SEE TAXROLL O2094-O-OOIOO 12759 hOO.C OR861 P27, r ,
10.00 AC OB FB ..IS"C ORB30 P7S OE LEON R-0459SOO HX (1.447.41 KNOMLSS CHRISTINE .OHT
ROAD 4 49MARVSVILLf
JACKSON JAMES JR CL-SOUESSI NOUSTAPHA C P 24OO RIVER '" 1 BOX 149 CSTARKE ;
MI 4(040 4.43 AC' ORB 36OP IB,: 02170-O-OOIOO.
.. CHESTER AVE 02002-0-00314
68 IB HE 39TH BLVD 40SS-4O43
o llZ'- -OOOOO. OF CRIFFIS MOOOROM 0 f. -9473300 (493.30 FL 12091I
34 SS 22 COM AT NE COR (349.40 ,, =
FL R-0437700 .
3217
GAINESVILLE. FL 324O9 JACKSONVILLSt
R.-0398SOO (176.07 Sfl/4. S 427.44. PAULINE! O 1.00 AC O4 PTIPORIE 4S II CON AT SW COR OSII'
24 SS 22 SEI/4 Of Si./" 26 Sf 22 TRIANGLE PAR SWl'. OF ,.OO..t ORaoa PSSWASOIM .00S'.KI.'L OP NMl/4 ""(.*,4 -'
5.00..C ORB 380P 46 TO FOB. S 234.64 M BOX DAVID ( NINH TNT .
Of SMI/4 LAND BSG TS.74'S! OF SW SAMMY I GLADYS CO JOHN Cf 32091 EI9* TO ELY R/WCO GR RO
BERRY H 661."'*. N 45* W 67.88 2094 LANARK
.CO* OF SEC ON SLY CORY OFHMV / O BOX 471 "'
792S RONDO AVEJACKSONVILLE. AOD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 1O 6S 22 COM AT CANOGA PARK' C* 9.13O FOR FOB CONT C '
PO.. N3IC ON T..RKI.'L 32O9I
O1434OOOIOOR034720O 2O9FO FL 32207 31901-0-00000 INTERSECTION OF N 8/SOP 1* 41 II CON AT NM CON" OP AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL,;
Al
,]'.1. AOO'L LS 8AL SCSI TAX OLL 06 6S 22 CON AT SM COR OF
(
31 SS 22 Nl/3 OF LOT IS t NE 30TN AVE iNO ELY .'V SSI/4 OP NMl/4 OF NII/4 S
R-041T600 (].].a7 SW./. OF NMI/4 S 682.98
1.00 AC OR 84 P3 Na/] OF Ml/2 OF LOT 16 OF OF SR-200. NSLT ALONG EHAOO'L 29* TO SLY ./11 OF CO C* 02277-0-00300
STARLING RAYMOND H C, NORM 01749-0-03OOO 10.00 AC FOR FOB CONT N IIS..I 19'.'*
MOOOLAMN S/O. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL RO S 1042 TO POI CONT I .-o..roo.
RT 1 BOX 1211 1-0334300 li042.1S HAMILTON JOHN EST '.'.',' .S 221.41'M AOO'l LEGAL SIS TAXROLL I.OI..C OR83 P* ?,

LA TEY. FL 32OSB 17.00..C ORB PI O182SOO0404R0399300 EdITH THOMAS AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL I, 02097-0-00100 ISBV TIMOTHY ,

24 SS 22 1/2 A IN SW COR LEE ARTHUR MRS SST (3S6.14 1119 EAST LARRY STREET R-O44000O 414.4. J21T3-O-09009 1210 N GRAND ST i

OF El/2 OF SI/2 OF SMI/4 PO BOX 277 20.49 AC ORB 370P 218 STARKE. FL 32091 O2004-0-00301' .'.67..t ORBS PI ;, R-0473900 NN100.10 SU'Kh'L! 3201I '

OF SE1/4 BEING 1OS' SO. LAMTEV. FL 32OS8 FENDER JAMES R C REGINA 6 35 SS 22 CI/2 OF SWl/4 OF. ,R-0441100 (208.91 MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC ".00 AC 'MS: ".P2i" 6$ 22 BEG AT SM'COR OP"

OESC OR 104-233 26 SS 22 Sl/2 OF S4I/4 OF PO 60* 394 SEI/4 OP NMI/4 NEI/4 OF ,6.00.C ORB44 P02 P 0 BOX 217 ROME T RUB If NAT NI/I OP.")*/" OMN114.N310'.E '
SEI/4 OF NEI/4 C C 3SFT NHl/4 OF NEI/4 OF SWl/4 C MCMILLIAN DAVID M C lEGGE 310"
LASTLY FL 32048 MICANOPV* FL S264T BOX 794* 2..S .
o U"SOOOOOORO'700 UP SI/2 OF SEI/4 OP SWl/4 "_I'" OF NI"/" OF NEI/4 FOR DAISY MORRIS LET *
AT INTER OF
31 55 22 LOTS 21 C 28 AND 10 65 22 BEG IT..AIII.'L J'O.lla M 14 TO POI ,
(,..., OF NI./. C N 1/2 OF OF SWl/4 I BOX 1740 ,
Nfl/4
THAT PORT OP C141.97 OP E R/. HWY 209 I SLY BORV .S 22 SMI/4 OP NMI/4
1.60 AC ORBTl P33 3F SEI/4. .t* R/,,, LOT 12. LYING S OFNM 34TH STARKE. FL 12091 LOT 8 OF RICHFIELD '"RMSSO.EL' OP N8I/4 IX 2 A IN NM. CO* 022TO0010O049900 J
HENOAIETH RAYMOND C ANNA 019110OOOOORO418100 06 65 22 M 6-AC OF SEI4OF '
017S6000000RO38S209 ST OF WOODLAWN S/O. ''''.N RP 727 .- MX 1&0..62\
(396.58 SEI/4 OF SW./.
PO BOX 214 HX *I7.72 AOO'L LEGAL SEE .TAXROLL '.OO"C ORBIT 102' "I.
.LAMTEY. FL 32OS8 AVIS JAMES JRP
S.OO AC O1S3O-0-O0400 04199-0-00200 THOMAS JOHNNIIN' .
25 3S 22 1 LOT IN MM .CORVOF SLOCUN JOHNNY t OILORESFO A-O OO'OO .a08..' O BOX 1242:000A. 02011-0-02100 02097-0-00101 -04T7400 142.04 Ira BOX 1544 j
: FL 329t3 R-O44S900 (50.52
SE1/4 OF 11/4 OF .
1 BOX 409 3.03 AC ORBO PI R-046O10O (....,. 4.00 AC OR847 P91 STARKS. PL 32091I
NWl/4 200 FT I C M BY 437 39 SS 22 ALL N4.0' JOHNSON HERSHEL C CAROLYN '
LAMTSYt FL 320S8 OLIVE ANDREA 0 MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC TUCKER .JAMES E 6S 22 COM AT'SE COR F'
FT N t S EX LOT IN Nl .COR NW"/" OF MW,/" E OF RV EX 12274 JOHNSON L"NEJACKSO..VILLI.'L "'
2 SS 22 El/2 OF SEI/4 OF P BOX 117"ICANOP''L M .
RT 1 BOX 293-A .. 12218 O P O DRAWER 125T Swl/4 OP NEI/4 RUN
PAR DISC OR 55-470
BEING 129 SO.
N41/4 OF Sfl/4 EX R/W LArfTEY FL 32048 6 65 22 LOT 23 FOREST 32667 S''RKa.'L 32091 "*6."* TO M ./V OP CO GRVT

O164SO00100H036T80O DISC OR IOS-297 91 4S 22 H 200' OF LOT 31 01916OOOOOOft0418800 HEIGHTS UNRECO 10 4S 22 BEG AT TNT ELY 16 6S 22 S 4 AC OF MI/I 10'FOI FOB. N 'D',"'. ,Jl u

*,4S." (293.0S R/M 301 C SLY LINE LOT I 3P NMl/4 OP Sfl/4 . AOO'L LEGAL-SEE.TAROl4:A,

AC 017S8-O-OOO09! O1B31-0-O0300 1.00 AC ORB86 P91 '02018-0-00200 AICHFIELO FARMS E 110 Nl JlZO.oOOOOO0"1'00 I ,

1.00 JOHN R-038S4OO HX .111... R-O4OO90O (178.43 SMITH MAROELL t BRYANT R-0447200 (74.58 PAR TO 301 3OO* M 110 (2I1S."* 0227S0002020499IOO lU

3716 BRITT TONLIN OR l.OO AC ORB PO 6.00..t OR348 P22 S LEONARD SMITH LE 10.00..C ORS87 P02 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLl ..OO.C ORS 377P 30*. '(.,.h"U,

COCOA. FL 32926 FELTON WILLIE LEE CROWN EOHARO JRRT RT 1 BOX 454LAMTEY. KIRKLAND OAVIO W I SYLVIA HARMON ROGER P t MILLINt 1.oo..C ORB8(' P54 .
RT I BOX 1260 2 BOX 1210 02111-0-OOOOO PO BOX $35MIOOLIBUIG. COHENS MILLIE LEE
2S SS 22 1 LOT 125* SO. FL 32058 'RT 2 BOX 1780 '
LAWTEV. FL 320S8 STARKE. FL 32091 R-0.61000"K ((14.] FL 1204 .P 0 BOX 1377
FL 32O91
IN NE COR OF LOT IN NM 35 SS 22 CON AT SM COR OF STARKE.
COR OF SE./. OF' 9W1/4 OF' 26 SS 22 BEG 30< I Of'S. 31 SS 22 M 132' Of E 396' ,../. OP SEI/4 OP NMI/4 07 4S 22 41/4 OF Ml/2 OFft 20.00 AC OR441 F94 14 4S 22 CON AT SE COR OP STARKS FL 32091 ';

NM1/4 BEING 200 I I W BY COR OF Nfl/4 OF SEI/4 OF OF LOTS 22. 27. i 38 RUN N' 208.7. ELY 30$'. ../.. ELLIS HUGH E SR' Sl/2 OP W"/, OF SW.4 OF 1* 4S 22 CON AT sa',COR OF'IINil'
SSI/4.f 73',1150'. S 2SfN EXCEPT LAND 2724 M 1ST ST POB
UODLAMI SLY 2O8.7'. 4LV 105* TO 1/1/4.,5193' TO POB. M 20.73'TO_
C ,5
437 N '
100'tM lOO'.S ISO TO FOB DESCRIBED IN PARCEL pas 0202O-O-OOOO9 JACKSONVILLE. 322O9 4660'. M249' S660. CONT rf 200.75* N 208.75, ,

016'0000'00R036"00 O1831-0-O040O R-044800O (1,839.39 11 4S 22 Ml/2 OF S../. Of, I260TO PO*. B 208.75 S. 10'.I'TD,

".06 01743-0-00200 01919-O-OOOOO 60.00..C ORB 349P 101 Swl/4, \ Poe
R-0384100 .,,...
O1837-0-O060O 42219-0-00000
l.OO AC ORB36 P9* R-O41910O 204.29 BEARD THOMAS C DEBORAH
FELTON WILLIS LEE R-O402TOO (46.42 : OR 02111-0-00106 R-0440500 HX (1,407,8 02274-0-00401 H0499400
MARTHA B 1.00 AC ORS 1S8P 297 2917 HUNTINGTON
JACKSON '
RT I BOX 1260 '.OO.C ORB P TALLAHASSEE. FL 12112 R-0443000 (."*.6J, PALM APTS HX $212.14Tq
AARON BETTY 0"
210 NE 19TH AVE LAMTIY. FL 320S8 KING J SAURY C STEPHANIE ,.Oo..t OA844 P14 KOMALSKI JSRZV 4.21 AC ORB"242 U"
BOYNTON BEACH. FL 314192S '0 t OX |93LAMTEV. 07 4S 22 SMI/4 OF SEI/4 t. t LIOIA .
SS 21 PARt 208.T*' SO 26 SS 22 1 LOT 7S f t W RT 2 BOX 1246 FL 12058 Sl/2 Of NMI/4 OF SSI/4 AS LupeR SILLY R' JA' t TAMMV 1313 N' TEMPLE AVSSTARKS HUDSON ALICE
BY 100' N C S IN NM COR 32091 845 S LANS AVE ISIS
STAKKE FL PL 3101 RT I BOX 1S24STARKS.
IN THE Sf COR OF THE HI/2 15 SS 11 1A IN NE' COR OF AMENDeD BY BNOV AGREEMENT
OF SMI/4,OF ,SMI/4 OF OF Nfl/4 OF SMI/4 OF 31 SS 22 CON AT SB COR Ntl/4, OF SWl/4 OF NHl/4 OR21495602024OOOOOO JACKSONVILLE FL 322O9 14 4S "II 'IG.Y INT"' OP N FL 32091 A1 I

,. SII/. SEC M 2969.94'. N 612.71 WITH ERRORS :: 11 4S 22 COM AT SM COR Of LINT DP SI./. OP Sfl/4 ( 1* 65 22 CON AT StCOA 0SM .

SV./ TO POS CONT N ITS' E CHANGED lilIaf' SEt/4 OF SW./. M R/M OP HWY SO|. RUN 1/4 OP NS 1 4 W ,

.O-OOOOO O1741-0-OO40O 241.76'S 122. E 26.49'ADD ,R-O44870O (1,960.09 E14S.IO TO FOB CONT I ISWLY ON ./.. 3'9..' NWLV "'0.'"* OB

O16S4- -O34430O SSS.24 'L LEGAL, SEE TAXROLL 01921-0-00000 40.00 AC ORS2 P4 495.32N2M, .* AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL CONT N 208.71"5'4.04' N

-O3691OO.. HX I238.6B ..oo..c ORBS2 P47 PO .R-O41910O (992.12' 'OLIN MARK V C ELAINE' 11401.., S441.09' TO POS AOO'L LEGAL SEE |AXROLLt1
1.00 AC CLARK BENJAMIN JR 1.0.t ORB2 P9 PO DRAWER 280 OZUS-O-OOln .

STRONG WILLIS' J RT 1 BOX 124S-R OI846-O-00300 DAVIS MAMIE LUCILE II JANE STARKE' FL 12091 02121-O-0930O ,:-040400 (11.1 02I7S-0-00402 "' J'0499700

BOX 162 LAMTEV. FL 32OS8 R-O4OS990 (,....' P O BOX 3(8LAMTEV. 08' 6S ill S/. OF NMI/4 -04443DO HX (244.41''I j ,... AC ORB44 P26'KOMALSKI .- .s.r

LAVTIY.'L 320S8 24 SS 22 COM AT Nf COR OF ]o.oo..c OR34 P FL 12058 OF ".1'" E OF RO f SW1OP /. 2.30 AC ORBS P4S JSRSV c LYDIA MA .50 AC ORB 'P
SS 221 LOT IOO N' ( S SS 22 Ul/2. OF NEi/. OF ?
23 35
/' C EX'HAT
OF HW.
NEI/4
Swl/4 OF sla/. RUN 5 NASSCV MICHAEL H C BONNIE HANNAH TERRY GMT 2313 N' TEMPLE Ave ISBY BLOND C SYLVESTER
BY HO E C M IN SM COR P0 0"JACKSDI'IVILLI.'L SWl/4 EX 2 1/2 A IN NE PORT J OF RO U OR .
208.7S'FOR $ CONT M 4011 HVRA ST S SOX 7449STARKS .T.IIKI'L 12091 'RT I BOX 1943

Of 1.1/2 OF NEI/4 OF NMI/4 10'.'"' S 108.7S' I 32204 COB OESC OR 107229019440OOOOO 122-184. PL 32091 16 6S 22 CON AT NMl/4 OP STARKS PL notl'-' ..

0147-0-00000 f037O39O 204.75' .IO'.1S'TO FOB 32 SS 22 LOT 34.47,48 IN 12 4S 22 COM AT NM COR OF I "U/. OP Sw./" OF SU/. I IB *S 22 COM;AT SS 'COR 0'iS5

MOOOLAMN S/O OR I24-23O 0204O-0-00100 5 SEI/4 OF NMl/4 E 217.29* I 4.34* Tit POB COST E 1/4 OF N6 1/4 M439.23'
7'.6. ,
< HX (, .za.96 '
-O42440O '
01773-e-oaooo R-045HOO ,9.6 TO POB CONT 8 SI.JI.'S rlo..S 119.43'N 72010 W N41T.5' 110 .1'' TO POB 'l
3.00 AC O**** F7*
ACMOTEL .
-O3A770O .48O.7SS.OO 011"000000I 2o.i4 13.13AC JOEG S 192* TO SLY ./ / CO I 757.57* N 90.S7* .70 POI 10.74 fl04.74' SJ08.75,''
DALLAS G C GILOA A .
BROWN AC ORB6 P6 R-S4041OO HX (111.16 UNOERMOOO MATHE4S LEATON C BEVERLY AOO'L LEGAL. SEE, TAXROLL MI04/71 TO POB r .
7(91 DENHAM RO I BENNETT GLENN'"
,,'KSONVILL''L 3220 C/O WILMA BENNETT CRAMFORO" PEACH MRS EST' .T S BOX 7597 STA'' .KE., FL 12091 < 02142-O-OOOOO < *-04 0900 HX, (32.1 0227-0-01200 ". f'i

2S SS M ALL SMI/6 OF P 0 BOX 92 RT 1 BOX 330 STARKE. FL 12O91O3 r 09 6S 22 liz OF NEI/4 OF -046900 'HX (...:I. < S.OO AC ORISPj2 R-0400400 '(224.ir'
Sf 1/4 mf HW./" I OF RO EX 6S 22 ALL '.1'" 0'HW. 'S OF SR 231 EX' N .1'-
LA"TI''L 32OS8 LASTLY FL 32048 NMl/4 2.00 AC ORB72 012 'CRIFPIS PURVIS I I.OO"C ORBIT P22
100 FT SO'IN NM COR ( (X 27 SS 22 Ml/2 OF Mi1/4 Of 32 SS 22 Sl/2 OF LOTS ./" M OF PO EX. N2OO )*3.94' '" HARRIS CREMS JEANNSTTS HIT SLEEPY,HOLLQM cm COVINGTON JOHNNY C..ILI'!1

2 A TO JAMES HOUSTON f XW .Wl'," OF NMI/4. RP-33 n.. i $l/2 OF- 11 C ..l/* EX PAR 119* SM ONS BY RT S BOX T403STAKKE STAIRS PL 11091 1210 N GRAhO ST .

*.1' OP LOT 12 IM MOOOLAMN EX 425 NCS IN NE COR SX 02043-O-OOOOO FL 32091 14 6S II ll/I OP SII/4 OP STARK PL .SIO.l.G

1 01792-0-00000 COM AT NE COR OP Sl/2 OFAOO'L AOO'L LEGAL SEC TAXROLL .-0432200 HX '(64.O*. IS 65 22 2 A IN SM CO* OF ...1'. OP 'SSI// tit 1* 61 22 CON. AT $\f.: COR Of

0166000000AO'71000 -O39O90O MX 123.81 LEGAL SEE TAXROLL '6.'. AC. Sl/2 OF SMI/4 OP III./. DRAINAGE IASIMSNTUI14000000 SEI/4 OP NE4 NON VLINr
.
HX .,.1. ..,
10.00..C O.S* F2 O4947-O-OOOOO ICOON. OELACV >' BCINS 420 FT S t M *V 214FT TO SI CO OP OR 1' -'7" '
,
JR t GAIL 01(72-0-01203 (281.24 -
AUSTIN ROBERT AWL TSARV H C LYNDA ORT -04247OO ( .IT S BOX 7762STARKE N63 'OR FOBS 208.74' N TO N''
.-0+I19OO HX (1OS.11
..PO BOX 2tLAWTSV UNOERMOOD RESTAURANTCO
BOX 347 .FL 32091 .
FL 32OSB2S 1 S.OO AC OR971 P73 R-0.601 HX (140.19 A.OD'L. LEGAL f}XU.OLLJ 1 10400600 "
LAMTfV. FL 32OSB J R t M B LYONS 09 65 22 Sl/2 OF "1.11 OF ozi.ooozooRO."OO
SS 22.COM AT MSf COB OF OSS CYNTHIA SAT '.T 9 BOX 7597 'SEI/4 OIIW1' '.ALLORIOG* MAINE Lit 02274-0-01300, T 1 j,:&
24 SS 22 "'./. Of Ila/. IIW"/" S. V./, OF (37.11 (RT 4 BOX 844STAR'S .'43,4Xt. I
SWl/4 OF SMI/4 OF ""1'" U 1 BOlt 1.283LAMTfY STARK* FL 32091 EX .'W t EX COM AT !- "
'
Of ....1/. *f 644S 983 (.oo.c OR* 344P 11LUK PL 12091.I
P4 1 I
10.44. S I. TO FOB CONT FL 32OS83S O3 *S 22 COM AT SM COM OF Nt COR S 72.42* TO S FAIL L C PATST'BPO 1.00 AC ORBO A
S 100. M 1'0.. H. I 00'. I SS 22 S SIS FT OF .LOT SEI/4 OF HW./. RUN S.9.8 AOO'L LEGAL SEC TAXROLL (2HAXVILL I ? 4S IS CON AT NW COR OP DALE SHSLTON LORANOVISO
BOX .
.121X1 IN NB COR | SlOP NMl/4 RUN I 'ST -
N GRANT'
/
ON S BORY OP SU OF -
.
'. *. FL 2246IS 1043 TO SLY R/M
OP.STi 12041
# 94S* FOR STACKS FL
..wi'. OIST OF ,
Nl/2 Of THE
IS 12 THE 1 AD. SON RO 11O FOR PO*. OSSC: IN'
AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL Of SWl/4,i 1* 6S II SAC AS
SWl/4
FOLLOWING AOO'L LEGAL (SI '.
TAIROU, 1* 2TO- 24"I.
r OP .
OP 11I1''. ALSO SSI/4
.
SEI/4 OF- NMl/4. SX COM

AOO'L LEGAL (El TAXROLL



I.3










t'i.. .. :.. .J1._ ..... ... ..... .: .....
. : : War Ja.r x.1""*,*-S,___ "'-___ -.. "- r-.I i=N s -- --- -- --



i 0 I








:' -" ... -- -- ., -. ....



"


.
/, .' .'. '.' : ;
., I :
1>> .. ,

':.i,'.::- ,", '

', :" ": .g1'- : ,

'" !" i "
., "c'l('. ', ," : 11"A' ,I

':' .; 11.1-. BKAW'UKUWUNTYp'ELECIU.PH. P>ge$ I

)

I :., i

"I.

O2279-0-00000 02136-0-O020O I 02373-F-00200 02476-O-O100 O2411-0-00101 02T32-O-00000 0241-0-00000 0249-0-0 301

R-0500TOO 136.42, ,R-0323300 HX ,.139206,1 R-OS3120O HX 178.43 .- (.....I0'41100 R-0347OOO HK (89.38 R-0336700 (31.02 R-01>l2000 (16.3 R-0443700 (393.09

1.00AC' OR91 P9 1.00 AC, ORB66 1'7a' LUTHER MABEL A GREEN LARRY C t BETTY J SMITH BERTHA 'M" JACKSON FRANK III 11.00 AC ORB38 PBS GILLINCHAM KEITH 0 ET AL 10

ROBERTS KATIE LEE EST DeSUI iAM 630 GLENDALE ST '1* N THOMPSON ST 411 I MARKET ROSTAKKg ",317 MC CULLEN ST KELLER DELIA 1ST' OURRAN P 0 OOX 337 1 flAQ

'R BOBBIE A. JOHNSON 401 M S4.PP, ST STARKE. FL 32091 STARK*. PL. 32091 FL 32091 STARKE. FL 32091 864 N TEMPLE AVE. STARKE* FL 12O9I /13'1

710 WILSON BLVD STARKft ,PL. ?32090 21 AS 22 LOT 2 BLK POALEHOOO 21 6$ 22 LOT 9 O* KNIGHTS 22 65 22 USG AT SE COR OP 22 AS 22 COM AT NE COR OF STARKE Fl 120.1 26 4S 22 LOT I OP BIN C:1

.JACKSONVILLE.... 'FL 92210 '21 *S 22 CON," AT'SS tOR S/P: REP I.AT ELK 1 N RG 2 B S J Sl/2 OF SWl/4 OP NEl/. OP 27'65 22 11A. IN M PART OF IN 8LANO NG S/0 1UM

!. AJ 22 A PAR OP LAND IN' /. OP Nof""N,3U.19" TEMPLES S/0 NLY 123MLY 51RU M JA7'. S 11.10' Nwl/4 BNO N BY

SE COR or Swi/ OP NllI /. N6E 226.Sft 'N63M OUU-I'-o OO 024T6-0-01024: 100' .SIY 123'ELY 100' TG 162.43* FOR. POB S PARKER ST E 8V CONWAY Nay U2949O00000HOA4A900 tiMJ

IN SW COR. OP SEl/4 OP'NE14 U3.',' S87-M Jl.oi'. TO : R-0312300 HX '' 178.43 R-0347900 HX 696..9 POE AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL. P SMITH CO S BY SR-1A. I6I.07' TN

8EINS' 10'ECM BY AOO'L LE.5AL\ SElh TAXROLI \ CARTER JIMMY N S CINDY V RAWCZE SKI DENNIS C KIM 02736-O-OOOUO SAPP AGNES p { -R08CRT C V

AOD'I. LEGAL SM TAXROLl "f' 770 GLENOALE ST 1004 NORTH CLARK STREET 02611-0-00302 *-03S8t>00 $117.36 0241-0-02102 1696 BROCKETT R3

02: 7-0-00100 STARKE. FL 32091 STARKE FL 32091 R-036710O HX .210.., 29.98 AC ORES PIIOLLSY .-0f>ZJ600 (+1.70 TUCKER. GA 30014 -10

0227-0-00202 R-0321400 /3227.46'' 21 AS 22 LOT 13 BLK POALEWOOO 21 6S 22 LOT 24 KNIGHTS CLAY LEROY SR BETTY .'6 AC 01164S 28 6S 22 BEG! 7"' 5 OP SE 'R

-O3019OO 1100.41 1.08 ACi OR 34' P. SID ''REPLAT' 403 C MARKET RO 1308 N LAMTEV ROSTARKE. CARTER ANDREW C t JUANITA COR 0* JACKSONt.WATER 1JMOf

2.10 AC ORBSO P64 JOHNSON BOBBIE ANN STARKE. FL 3201 FL 32O1 909 N CHURCH ST STS. E120'. ST*'.

GOODWINS THELNAHT T104 WILSON BLVD, O2378AOO600ROS334OO 02476-0-01030 22 6S 22 CON AT SW COR OP 22 AS 22 Nl/2 OFSEl/4 OF STARKE. FL 32091 W120N7' TO *OH.02986OOOOOO 'JI>1

2 BOX 1143 JACKSONVILLE! PL. 32210 200.73 R-034830O HX (118. TKOEHLEII 511/4 OF BLK 1 N' RS 2 Et SWl/4 CX 2-AC It NM COP t .27 65 22 CON AT NW COR OP tsih.

STARKE. PL' 9201 21 6S 22 LOT ,)).6"N C YOUNG HARRIET KENNETH C t JUNE ELY 10O' TO P08. CONT E SEl/. OF ll/. OF '..1/. SM NW 1/4 OF .NW 1/4 RUN ISOO.04' .

!. 4S 22 COM AT NM COM'OP S BV 201', E 6 M IN SM COR. 601 S HATER ST 900 N CLARK ST 100',11 12"'. N 100' S .,.,* CP Sill OF wl/' S 21*.30"OR P03COHT R-0648TOO. (34.69 I"S

Sil/. OP SMl/4 18.23' OP su"'.' 01' :IIw 101U7O00Z00 / I APT0304" STARKE FL 32091 123' TO POO ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 5 111' W II'.,..* HAYES ANTHONY R. SHARON 'UR

TO POB $' 616.44' S 148.13 STARKE. FL 32091 21 AS 22 LOT 30 OP Nil' E 213.17 TO P09 333 M TEMPLE AVE 'A

M 616.46' N 141.29* TO > 21 AS 22 LOT 6 OF 8LK 1 KNIGHTS REPLAT I 02611-0-00104. 02744-O-00000 STARKE. FL 32O9I

POB R-0323700 .2.16 IN SUNNY ACRES SID OR R-OS67300. HX ( 4.4 R-0399300 HX (.'.2' 02844-0-00000 28 6S 22 CON AT NM COR OP eiu3X

PRA21IK CARRIE 123-61 O24T4-0-01033 ROBINiON ALPHONSO I LORET 37.77 AC ORBS P| R-0623800 (111.31 SMl/4 OF SEl/4 n....* TO

022BT-0-O030O ,.ISOS N GRAND ST R-OS48800 S02.T7 412 DIGGS TERRACE HARRIS BRUCE B PATRICIA 10.19 AC ORB1 03 ELY 11./" SR-11O S2E 101' l-l'l

R-OS041OO ( 0.0" STARKE. PL 32071 02378-A-0900 THOMPSON RANDOLPH C GINA STARKE FL 32091 RT S OOX 7110 WILLIAMS S LARUE t MARGAR TO A JOG IN SAID */8 /

9.10 AC'ORS3 P4 21 65 22 CON AT SM COR OP R-01337OO (30.10 1001 CLARK ST 22 AS 22 COM AT NE COR OF 1 STARK!, PL 32091 17 RIVER RIDGE TRAIL ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL IIA

MATTOX JOE'M'P : $61/4 ,OP "I/. RUN N COVINGTON LOIS ET AL STARKEt FL 32091 SEl/4 OF ILK 1 N R 2 E S 21 6S 22 NEl/4 0- ll/" ORMONO' BEACH. FL 12974 I

0 BOX 2111 233.49 TO POB, CONT N MARTHA LOCKRIOGS 21 AS 22 LOT 11 KNIGHTS SO' TO FOB CONT S 123' EX PMCL IN UW CON eiNt( 27 65 22 "1/2 OF SWl/4 OP. 0288-0-00100 <-IS

6AINESIVLLE. Pt 3201 IJO'.g 1'.5 104VW ,,404 UTAH ST REPLAY WLY 100' N 123' ELY 100' 330 E'. BY 277 NCS. RP N.lEX 11.EX WLV 667 R-0648800 371.84 "J"H

II 6S 22 COM AT NW COR OP AOO'L LEGAL SEE! TAXROLL I STARKEt PL 32091 02676-0-0 UO Til PUB 334616-334617 HAYES ANTHONY R .T AL

SE1/6 OP SMl/4 61* PORPOB 21 AS 22 LOT 9 OF SIR 1 R-03SJ290 0210-0-00009 1323 BESSENT ROAO 136

9 3.'."' f HIT.73' N, 02338-0-00000 IN SUNNY ACRES S002178C00280 t (710.96VEST'P 02613O00000R036a300 02712000100R0310900 R-0023000 ( '6.16 STARKEt FL 3201

141.3* W 1117.73' TO POE R-03239006247.93 220 t 8ROA3 STBROOKSVILLE. (612.84 .6..00 11.3 AC ORBS P2* 28 AS 22 CON AT Nrf CON OP .-10aw
.
EX ROS 2.0O AC' OR36 P6 ; MORRIS JOB JR eHILDAEELLBDBltlE 1.33 AC ORBQ3 P42 KENNETH CHRISTINE ET AL SM 1/4 OF SEl/4 13...*' -x

HUDSON PEARL L j R-0334700 (.. .7. 21 AS 22 COM AT FL 3312 A. JOHNSON EXT PARIS MICHAEL H C LAURA 'VHT 301 Ng 2210 ST TO eLY R/.. OF SR-10O $26

O2210OO100R0304800 P O BOX 312MIODLEBURG | YOUNG EVELYN SEl/. CF SCI/4 *N8 COX OP 7104 rflLSJN ]LVOJ..CKSONVILLE. 1 BOX 242 FT LAUDERDALE FL 333012T 101' TO A JOG IN SAID R/M ct4A
0
SW1RU /. C
PL. 32061 SOUTH WATERS 0 65 22 U3/4 OF "1/. OF >
.,..0' 801 402 S 1SOFT FOR. '0' FL 32710 STARKEt FL 1201 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
1.00 AC ORBOO. P9SNOSLEV 21 6S 22 i CON AT SH COR ..OF. STARKE. FL 3.291 M 193'T S 30FT.E RUN 22 AS 22 COM INT" 0. 23 AS 22 N *>' OP Sl/2 OP SIex BESSENT MANOR 8%

JOHN)'V C ClARA N SSI/4 Of NU1/4 RUN S2OI 21 AS 22 LOT 2t3 BLK 3 IN AOO'L LEGAL SEE 2O4FTtN CENTER LINE RR t MKT RO 8 5.101' SUI/4. NMl/4 SID AND EX E 330' ON N C 020-O-00000 J
PT FOR A FOB THEt. RUNN .TAXROLL EX E 390.01* ON 5 C EX dP
BOX 109LAWTEY SUNNY ACRES S/O '16.. N 30' TO N R/W R-OA49000 63,191.9

FL 32038IS 260 PT E 167 PT StO PTAOO'L 02476-0-01701 ROt S 72* 13 e 447.S7 027t 2-0-00009 AOJ'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL WENO COAST OF PLA

41 22 BEG AT Nl COR"OF LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 02376-0-00100 R-33S040l (74.09 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL R-0392700 HX (237.41 WEND COAST MANAGEMENT CO 10

S 1/2 OP SW 1/4 OP SM 14"S 023C9-0-OOOOO R-OS134OO (20).32 ROME LUCILLE 4.00 AC OR81 PTNUGENT 02630-0-00600 4.21ARK8 !EZ! CT A

208.75* W 2OB.75* N R-0324000 I238.9'- MORRIS JOE JR CHILOASELL 2034 MC QUAD S T"ACK.ONVILLI..L 02622-0-00109 VERA LEE C PAUL R-OA20230 (119.44 ORLANDO PL 3280.

10..!,' E,208.73' TO POB fR"ZIER'CAARII EST 7104 WILSON 5L'I0.JACKSONVILLI. '1220 R-0' .9600 22.3T RT 3 BOX 7337STARKEt 1.76 AC OR' 378P 147 28 6S 22 FROM PT OF INT I

: BOB3IE 'JOHNSON PL 32210 21 AS COOPER ROBERT FL 32041 BESSEN7 MILLIAH A III OP S LINE SEC 28 WITH M ':M
22 LOTS 1,2 C 3 OF
0222-0-00300 7104 WILSON *0' 21 AS 22 LOTS BLK 17 BEING It KNIGHTS MARTHA NETTLES 23 AS 22 < 4 A 0' NW1/4 PO BOX 1056 LINE OP ST RO 200 RUN NLY IAJ

R-0507200 648.24 JACKSONVILLE PL 3221O 1.2.3,4.5,6.7.8.9. C ,10 OF S/0 BOX 4T3STARKEt OP N61/4 OF 511/4 STARKE, FL 32091 A LONG RO 166.7FT TO eSAOO

.81 AC ORB1 PI 21 6S 22 CON 12 PT N BLK 4 IN SUNNY; ACRES S/0 : PL 3201 27 65 22 COM AT SW COR OFNwl4 'L LEGAL SEE T XBOLl J

HANKERSON EDMARO LAT FROM SE COR OP SMI/4 OP EX R/. 02476-0-01704 22 65 22 ALL LAND LYING 02764-0-00200 0)) SNlI+.

NW1/4 1 RUN U 239 PT N BETWEEN EC4 LINES OP THAT R-Oi3100 (1,073.79 NU'09'30 W 16' TO N 02 *1-O-O0200
2 BOX 1530 R-0330300
'SI."
STARK I.. PL 3201IB 182* E 239 S.182' TO POt 024OO000101ROS33800 GREEN PRANK EST CERTAIN CLAY HOLE JUST 1.14 AC OH 80* P40 R/WBESSENT RO. NB37'E R-06498OO .1.....'. "" .

6S 22 CON AT NW COR OP AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL tl,248.il GEN OILSTAAKI..L OFF THE COOPER CR RO IN LUTHER MARLIN! AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL WHITEHEAD CARLTON S C DOR ,-

N6 ./. OP SM 1/4 ,..3..12'S3.N BESSENT' MM A III 12091 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL RT 1 BOX 320-R2 480 AVENUE E SE 10VJ1

70.42 TO SLY 11./.. .OPCR22 'O2342-0-OOOOO. FO BO1056.STARKE 21 AS 22 LOTS .,1,. t 7 LAKE BUTLER FL 32034i 02861-0-00000 WINTER HAVEN PL 33889
SILT ALONR/V R-0324400. .3.7i FL 3201 / OF BLK 17 OSINO In O2646-A-OO40O 21 65 22 CON AT US COR \OP R-U621800 HX (317.81 28 AS 22 BEG AT INT W R/M AJ

AOOL LEGAL SEE TAIIR LU97000100 .'0 AC ORB7PI 21 AS 22 COM AT NW COR OF KNIGHTS SID R-0572400 HX (37.03' Sl/2 OF SW1/40F SEl/4 M\\ ,' PATRAY ERNIE D SR-200 C N 11./. .. SR-IOO-A. 3S

YOUNG 'HARRY E 1JR NEl/4 OF SEl/4 OF SWI/4J-' NCCUTCHEN L C 260.62 TO P3B CONTW I 1300 E CALL ST ON N 11./" 247.1 NLY PAR. URM y.

'131 N GRAND ST.STARKE 540.01'. RUN E1S3.I-TJ 02476002001R0551000 1430 N GROVE 229.67 S 228.93' TO N RM STARKE FL 32091 SR-200 30.2' ELY! PEP '20

PL 12091 STARKEt FL 32091 AOO'L 27 65 22 ELY 2 1/2' OF 'R
R-O3O840O (164.23 FOB. CONT E194.36'tS14MAOO'L (181.97 LEGAL SEE TAXROLL AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROL1 ,
21 4S 22 CON 364 PT N LEGAL SEE ,TAKROL WILSON SHAM 22 65 22 LOTS 4,3 C 6 ELK LOT 2 OF ELK 2 t LOT 1 OF
GRIFFIN JAMES N C ARSM*
FROM SE -COR OP. SHI/4 OP TAUHEEOAH 1 IN NAT MILLIAMS S/D R.> 02774-0-00000 ELK 2 EX R/W IN BRADFORD 03003-O-O0109 HIM
P O BOX 1332 HAMESO
.
"MKT '
STARKE. PL 3201 1 /. C RUN N 162 PT W 02414-O-00000 P O BOX 1'9)TITUSYILLI.'L 27678 R-0393100 (86.93 U2880-0-OOODO R-063130O (277.11 'It

239 ITS, 182 'PT E 23* FT R-033700 I92.T3 1.82 AC OREO P2 JOHNSON A R. JR .1"
18 .S 22CON AT KM COR OP 32780 R-Oo2BOO HX (464.31
8.STARKE ..
AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTS HARRIS JAMES
DONALD RT 3 BOX 1896
I' 21 AS 22 ELK 20 t
Wl/2 OP NB1/4 OP Stl/4 El/2 OP MILNER ROBERT C SARATH H ,J
431.91 5 1110.*,* TO POE ,,X GEORGE SMITH BLK 21 IN KNIGHTS SID EX AT S SOX 7410 1103 E CALL ST PL 3201 I
O2362-O-001OO 2421 NE 17TH TEAR STARKi, FL 3201 28 AS 22 LOT 7 C Nl/2 OF ""J
CONT S 210' .W 210'N 2IOAOO'L > OR '.-PG 377 C EX STARKEt FL 32091
R-O324SOO 203.1T GAINESVILLE FL 32609 21 AS 22 M 100' OPS 220' LOT 6 OP BLK 1 IN COWLING
LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 2484-00100 27 OS 22 CUM AT NW CON OF
'YOUNG .LIHOA A 16 65 22'SWl/4 OF ILK 2 N.OF OF N 44O' OF NM 1/4 HP NM PARK S/0 '10M
.S3 SWl/4 OF SWl/4. S 1111."'
.01 S MATER ST 8102 R 2 W TEMPLES' S/0 02497-0-00000 1/4 OP SM 1/4
> FOR POa, ELY 110't S '
STARK(. FL 32091 01003000200R0631400
0227-0-00300 R-0331700. HK lt292.2B 175.44' TO N R'.. ST RO 30
21 6$ 22 CON 364' N OP SB 02414-0-00000 02646-B-00800 O2774000200R03310O ( (242.27
M-030ITOO 33.14 1.00 AC ORBO P6 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL .
1.00 AC ORBS. P- COR OP SM 1/4 OP NM 1/4 N R-0338100 (3,164.34 CRUN EMMA EST 'R-OS73600 ( 9.11 1171.14 EVANS THOMAS E. I PAMELA S 111
..,' M219* S162* E23f TO 1.4O AC ORB PI 'FERGUSON L ET ALPO 4.83 AC ORB PO RT 1 BOX 464 ''Al.LAWTEY .
GAIF.IN'JAMIS N C MARSHAP THOMAS CRUM 0214-O-00301
POB EX N 1/2 DENMARK RONALD E C'JO' ANN HARRIS JAMES OONALO PL 12018 1
BOX 634
O BOX U'" 1039 N LAMTEV RO. R-063STOO ",..111
l'
PO BOX 189, !STARKE. FL 3201 RT 3 BOX 7410 26 45 22 LOT 3 OP ELK 3
STARKE. FL 3201II STARKE. FL 12091 HARDY DUDLEY P
O2363000000ft0324600 STARKE. PL 12091 STARKEt FL 12091 IN DOWLING PARK S/O UJ
6S 22 CON AT SE COR OP 21 AS 22 1 A IN NE COR OP '22 65 22 LOTS Ie. OF DRAWER 1030
1742.62 21 65 22 COM AT NE' COR 21 65 22 N 220' OF E 300
'BLK 2 NAT MILLIAPS ADO
Wl/2 OFUS1/4 OP Stl/4 N SEl/4 OP SEl/4 OP SEI/4 STARKe. FL 1201
..'7 AC ORB7 P8 SEC.S110EG W .'9'ro CR OP OF S 220 OF N 42O OF NM 01010-0-O92OO U ar"
43*.*** TO POE W 209.72. BEING 113.SFT I I M BY i314.SFT D2646-B-02600 26 AS 22 UNIT A AS DISC a
''GERALD GRIPFIS CONSTRUCTI, RR C CR OP CENTER ST N72e 1/4 OF Nil1.. OF SM 1/4 R-063200O ((21.9
S 206.72 1'20l,1'; J N C S EX R/M RP i R-0374700 (838.42 AS FOLLOWS COM AT SW COR I
AT 4 BOX 10"0-**'{ W ON. CR ..?,,., ;.IA 1i.r, MI3-STATE TRUST II
208.72 TO j. 7449 n "0' K W 'nisi SEC Na_. *'J818W.144 <
p08 : : 'In iii
,LENNON LEVY 02T78066obb03 "C7b MILMlNGT
": -fcTABKJ-MfL 32091 ,,GO.Y.i.,ADD'L *eRALv.l JMAROU..U' '" 1II.ust; : 'tI- ,
Ill "CD; we TA HU1 H i I 'I" ., ,: m, Goo" i..c, I BOX 665/ '' '.' ". '" 1'..2i3.ls'154.29' TO NLY BNOV ftOP..: i i*
6000- I OCEAN
D41..6532: C COVcml NtOCOKfOFfMM14A ; .,.*T ROE *- 900! ajLyi!/ ,
022 6-p.p jpp yjn *w5 10 4 tf23O4O-O0080KI JA ce.0"4100 .. :STARRED'PL! ; 3'2.*ir-'.. .f'l r 1 AOO'l LECAL"W TAXROLVTl YTEMARU .V.. '4 t" 'haJti
Bib f6E SM4rt" WW 0 .C428-O-O01OOKF ,14 .avu A i. : BALOHE8 ALMA MICKS ,.. .' ,' 1A ". JJL! ,3v 4 '
R-QO10O (33.12.30 ((118.4 .p..Al V. JJh !> if ;
$1,131.45 AS Lof 26 OP ILK 2 'i ZOM! COR: 'ot /s
E420' S TO S LINE OP R-05J930O 22 22 RT S BOX 7348 2 4S AT NW' .
-. AC HWVv'M OARRINGTON DOROTHY IN NAT WILLIAMS SO O214-O-00302 5..10' NMl/4 10tJC
lAID 40. M220TO ,(TAYLOR RICHARD L 8 OERRY STARKE. FL 32091 *
OELljUTHEU"e. RT 1 8O" 1396MONTICELLO R-0635800 (61 .I'
AOO'L.'E.EGAI, 'SEE TAXROLL, 111 SWIMMING PEN OR 24 AS 22 ALL El/2 OF S847'14 E 2.02 TO EL
A' 2 BOX 102STARKE FL 12144 WHITEHEAO STEVE 10
DOCTORS INLET PL 12OSO ,I 02473-0-00000 SMl/4 OF NE1/4 N OP. *0. R/M OP ORANGE ST. THENCE
FL, 3201 ., '02i.-0- 21 6S 22 LOTS 7 t OF ,R-OS73200 (33.02 RT 3 BOX 990 I AOD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL ."
0200 21 AS 22 BEG AT INT SLY .
1* *S XI ONE! LOT 148'. EtWBV ILK 10 IN NORTH RENO'S/0 THOMAS LEROY JR t LEON STARKE. FL 32091
-032S900 814.1'. BORY 1'1..10' ILK 4S R2M 02792-0-OOOOO
t60'NLS' BEING fSl' W 28 AS 22 UNIT B AS DISC 110
923 KELLER ST 03018-A-OOSOO
7.1O AC OR93T PH OP TEMPLES S/0 AND WLY -0399000 1231.67
.4. 219* S OP ME COM OP. 02304-0-00100 AS FOLLOWS '" AT SM : p1C
DALCUOOO INC 80RY SR-200.. N72*15'W 'nARK I. PL 12O1 1..1..C ORB3 P61 'N CORl R-063310O HX 6234.22
'" SEl/4 R-OSS4400 ....,. SEC N68l 103' *"
NEl/4 OP- i
43 AT SM COR OPNWl4
223 NM 14TM AYE AOD'L"LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 22 22 COM OLIN NARK t ELAINEPO JOLLEV PRANCES DENISE
OARRINGTON DOROTHY LAT j '..2"' TO NLY BNOV OF R/M ...1.DRLANao. .
RUN I.6O'T.N
I OP SMJ/4
GAINCSVILLS. PL 32401 O2429-O-0020O BOX ,..0ITARKE. 316 LOCUST ST 8..*
S 11BMONTICELLOt ADO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 'Ad
BOX
02298-0-00209 21 6S 21 SMI/4 OP svaCII" /"' .t R-0340000 $3,108.51 410PT POR FOB, C100FT PL 12091 FL 1280

R-OSO3OO s.i' ,l''' NWy1* E"' SLY. *OO' 7.1"AC ORB30 P64 PL 32144 S ISOFT W 100PT. N as 4S 22 Sl/2 OP SEl/4 28 45 22 LOT 9 OP ILK 1 'AU
21 41 22 LOTS *. 4. 5.'S 6214-0-00103 *s
AC'OELL 110FT POE 0* 12-330 OP MHITC ACRES SDOlOll0OOOOO
2.00 OVALS BEN L ET .AL TO SUI SLY 2OO' OP Sl/2 O.Sl14 .
OP BLR LO OP N-RENO R-O Jl900'! (433,1 -
.
ERNEST MACK 02364-0-00200. I 2607 TAUTO :TRAIL.. MHITEHEAO STEVE
'
RT 2 BOX. 1338 3267V-0-00100 R-0434IOO. (413.0
R-OIU"OO HX $7" .4l! JACKSONVILLE. PL12216 02311000000ROSS7000 AT 3 BOX 990 ""
STARKEt FL 3201 21 4S 22 CON AT INITIAL 1-OS7S70C (182.36 127.93-0-00100 CONTI NORMAN ( LAURA
THORNTON RUDOLPH ( JJY'PO STARK2.'FL32O91
18 OS 22 CON AT NB COR OP r POINT OF. SIMON J TEMPLES (113.71 AARON. OEVGRNB R-0399JOO (412.83 RT 1 BOX 833 -
30 X 966 28 OS 22 UNIT C AS DISC
Ne ./. OF SE1/4 MLV 210' S/O RUN SlTM ALONG CLOP MID-STATE TRUST II I 1196 MCCOLLUM ST 14.S'.C ORS61 FOB STARKE FL 3201
# 3201 FOLLOWS SM COR
COM AT
L ) AS
FOR POB W 210' S 420 E21O STARK SCt 1320, TO N8 CON OP WILMINGTON TRUST'OP'ILAATTN .STARKEt FL 32091 OLIN MARK C ELAINEP 2* AS 22 1 LOT 103 PT SOON .T.
.
21 622'CON SH COR OFLOT OF SEC N.a S 103' N3H iOF .,
N .,0' TO POE CONr. AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL. ROBERT LANDON ]II 45 22 COM 460' E C 0 DRAWER 2DOSTAfcKE. E SIDE OF CHERRY ST N
I 1 BLK B OALE4000 ,..11"' TO NELY BNOV OF
I-A 5/0'1 >00 E OCEAN BLVD. SUITE 1 ,930.83' N OF SM CON OF. FL 12091 t AOJ LOT OF BLK 1 IN 'A'
SLY 60'. ELY HO' TO POB. ADJ'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL ,
02299-0-00100 I STOARTt FL 3493 I j MM1/4 OF SMI/4 E 100' S 23 65 22 SE 1/4 OF $_ /. ORIG TOWN OF STARKE
SLY PAR ST RO 16 12" 02419-0-30000 21 .S 22 LOT 7 OF SLK II 1'J
(191.d6 100' E '0' N 204' M 130' EX MLV 500'
R-Q509SOO TAKROLLP1 (1 6a..07 I
AOO'L f.EGALT "EE! R-034O100 0214-0-00307" 10J30
3.9 'AC' ,..ORSO. P 2TVSPN IN N RENO0" I S 100.'"' TO FOB 03033-0-00000
,
PORTER DAVID A C NINH T R-Oo363OO (307.17
(432.64GATOR
OLIVER JR Ol1.6A00400R0.35200 R-O65680O
AT 2 80J(' 16110 .Oll.7-0-00000' ] 2O814 LANARK; 02323000100A0537300 ,,0263-0-03)00 .91.t9 KITCHENS SU2AN8 ET AL ICE DP FLA INC
$139.32ROBERTS CANOGA PARK CA 91304 EDWARDS ROAO
R-0326000 (132.55 101-B .iO
(447.43HEN3UETH S20 MANOR RO
STA.KI'L 3201 |I K-OWA703 SuriDUSAOEE KURT
KATIE LEE EST 21 AS 22 CON AT NM COR OP SIArtiU FL 32041 "A
18 6S 22 CON AT S* COR OP CUFFEE ESSIE MAC ,, RAYMOND" P3 iJOX 1261 MAITLANO FL 12711
BOBBIi' A. JOHNSON EXT. .NMl/4 OF SEA' S TO3.76' TO 28 OS 22 CJM AT SW COR OP
S73 COOKE STJACKSONVILLE.
SEl/4 OP.SE4 N 1061.44'TO' I I PO BOX 214 STAAKi FL 1201 28 65 22 LOTS 1 t 3 OP
7104 WILSON BLVD POB CO TS, lZ..4Na.w 32201 SECT. 103' N'*. 54.29' 'iH
PL 9 IN ORIG TOWN OPSTARKB
320SS BLK
I LA4TEVt FL COUNTRY
POE C 13O3.02 26 AS 22 LOT 4
JACKSONVILLE, PL 12210 3.73 S22.S *7 N83E TO .NLY R/M OF EDWARDS RO. 01AJ.
N132.4S1' H 12**.*** S 21 65 22 El/2 OF LOTS I C 22 6S 22 CON AT S< COR OP CLUB nTOl801000300 EX RR R/V
21 6S 22 CON 30 FT W OF; 1 1Nfi ,AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 4 ELK 20 N-RFNO S/O E39.43' TO CO.MT N3.. 30.71' M80.36' .
132.67 TO POE SECTION. RUN .
COR OP- 'Wl/' OP SMI/4 \ AOJ'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 03063-0-00000 *i
t ELY ./. LINE CP OLDLA4TEV
t RUN M 273. PTt S 313 I'T. 02440-0-00000' ="'
02299O00200'03O9600 015+6-0-00000 ROt RUN Ni07'E 730'AOO'L R-0.9790 (16.83 R-06377OO (.0.."
B 273 fT, N 313 FT' TO fOV .R-O541AOO 1110.17 R-OS39309 29.12 LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 01916-(<-0030' YOUNG PRANK iWN
.- (312.46 1.13 AC ORB 369P 264SriA
OR327 P37RAFUSE
l.OO"C COHEN HANOSJN 'R-OoU*Oo -.a..v: RT 3 BOX T47I I1STARKS.
3.97 AC'ORBO* PI3 ..3 EL2IE A
02348-0-OOOOO LINDA SUE ST MHITEHliAO STEVE L (38
1112 N OFLL FL 32091
TYSON VERNON 02604-0-00200 PO ilX :3J4MAIFORU
2112 SB 3RD PL R-0326100 $251.53'MORALS AT 13 BOX 331 S.AKI'L 32941 K-0377200 HX (110.23 FL )lOS 3 RT 3 60X 490STAxAi. 26 AS 22 LOTS ,...f.. ILK

JOE JW tHILO8ELL MAXVILLEt FL 92234 21 6S 22 LOT 4 OF 8LK 24 IT FL 3201 12 IN ORIG TOWN OP $TA KE UO
GAINESVILLE. PL 32601 GOOOMAN JOHN; N AL 24 OS 22 ..I. .' OF '
6S S. L/4 OF ELK 4 S COR OF'SECTION.
EXT. 21 AT SW
BOBBIE A. JOHNSON" 22. IN N-RESO" SID 23 oS 22 CON >-11.
I* 6S 22 CON AT SM COR O' 7104, WILSON BLVD OF R 3 M TEMP S/0. OESC 900 TOM HALL ST FOLL04I.1G ae S AT NE CON RU:< ..a8.10'5. IiO"
51'(' OP SE4 N'928.76 TO STARKBt FL 12091 OF MS 1/. ;OF NWl/4. W330' 14.24'. *
JACKSONVILLE 12210 OR 1014OO24430OOOOO, 02356000000R0360300 J..21'SI M -Del
N 132.64 22 AS 22 LOT 2' AS 3litC SISJ't E330)' NI39' TO 0301-0-09009
PUB E 1306.08 ,
22 S. U..,' OF NLr ""/ OP EDWARDS RO..
W 1303.02 S 131.."* TO' 21 4S (29,12 AS CUM AT IMT OF ELY RClLO /.. POtt. IU*O V.) NLY R-04A05OO .....1. TC
S44.3' OF ELY 12'. OP HOLLEV BETTY LAWTEY RU t SLYA/H. AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXPOLL GATOR PREIGHTMAVS INC 103
POE RP 7091 708
NMl/4 OP SM1/4| 4 PP GRAND, R-0341900 (242.60 OUO LAkTEV RO 02419000100R0612.00 81
1S08 OUNHA ST 8 at SLY 11./.( 4211.17 PO BOX 2289
ST.. 3.00AC' ORB 1I7P 142fUFFEE ST..AKI'L 3201 SEE TAXROLL riX. 62419-G-0970O ""CKSONvILLI'L 922O3 Ml

0229OOO300R0309700" ''n4..* LEARANTINE t ET, AL 21 6S 22 LOT 8 OF 9LX I AOO'L LEGAL ALVA3C2: ARTHUR-. R-0611600"X (96.11 26 Ai 22 M 21.29* OP LOTS <03;

( ..c' PI4PITTS. ouu-A-.IOIIlO 905 JENKINS' ST IN' GAHAGAIt SID EX ./. U2AH3-0-00209 AT 1 SOX 181 CUVINGTON SHARON 0 .. C E 6.73'OP LOTS 2 C '**

,3.9 O.80* ,R-03267QO "". .. 132.2.65 STARK FL 32091 4144.07ROGERS STAAKE. PL 12O91 j 001 S OLD LAMTEV' AO'STARKE 4 OF BLK 16 IN ORItt TOWN ....

HELtN 1 I, NORMAN THERESA sue MOVER' 21 )*S,22 COM AT SW COR OF 02362-0-00000 R-07(300. 26 6S 22 CO.-1 AT SE CON OP' FL 32091 GF STAP.KE OR 123-947 ,
317 LAKE VIEW BLVO ST FORMERLY WILLIE EST 5.10' 511/... M ALONG MATERS
66* EVERGREEN A 12A TRACT R-03AI200 42,13 26 AS 22 PARC 7 II'

COCOA FL 3226 STA. I.'L 3201 OWNED BV F C GOODWIN 6NUN SMITH HELEN 122 LARRY ST tLY 3N3Y 168.46' TO NLV UNRECa SO AS 3ESOR 203 0302-0-00000 : R

1* AS 22 CON AT SM COR OP 21 AS .22. LOT 2 OF 'ELK A E ALONG SOIL LAND TO KELL R'ST STARKE.'PL 1201 R/_ SR 230 M ALONU NLY 472
74.0" TO 1202 6S 22 CON AT S4 COR OP R-0640609 6107.21
Sfl/4 OP Si4 N 22 SEE TAXROLL
S/0 TAXROLL AOO'L LEGAL .
OP OALEMOOO AOO'L LEGAL SEE 1AL>
ST..III.'L 32091 FBEIGHTMAVS INC
GATOR
PO& E.,1309.14* N Ill... 5..10' SJ1211.7' .

N'1304.08' .S 131...* TO 02373Abl200ROS27600 024J9-0-OOSOO '21 ILK 61 1 22 l6AMASA.N LOTS 19,20.21 SID QF 8 FOB 41.COOT.', CONT E 69.9'I S30'. NAOO'L FOR C2419-0-01209 02919-G-0080O R-0637700 (..... FO JACKSONVILLE BOX 2260 PL 32203 ''I''"<

POE (4S.I3
"X. 18.74, R034430OHX (2,330.01' SEE TAXOOLL M-Ool3&39 KE'WMAN RONALO S SR 26 6S 22 COM AT NE COR OF '*

HURRAY RHONDA ,,N MOTEL SUNSHINE O2371-6-00000 LEGAL BRADLEY PATRICIA ART 7220 *E 190TH AVE' ELK It.'RUN .1721410 M IIU.

02299-O-OOSOO R0504900(144.40''', '120L MOODLAMN ,I CHARLES WAYNE A t MATTE R-OS62000 H47.I4 0262-0-00400 1 BOX 442 GAINESVILLE, FL 12604 ., TO FOB. S17413O M 9C10..I6 : .

STARKEt. FL ,' 041 2100 N TEMPLE AVE SMITH HELEN ST..RKI.'L 12C,9l 26 oS 22 PARCELS 619 THENCE N722'M '*-
..00'>C ORBO P66'- .21 61l4 LOT U Of III LK A' STARKEt PL 12091 1202 KELLER ST H-038O900 318.93 2* 65 22 COM AT SE COR OF MATERS UNAEC3 PLAT AS TAXROLL

HAMILTON'HAUL; OP DALEMOqO,,,, s/O 21 AS 22'COM AT INT S RM STARKEt FL 32091 CRUM OLIVER e SHIRLEY S.I0' SEl/4 N 1.....* UESC OR 221-164 AOJ'L LEGAL SEE .{,1,)

RT 2' $OX 2uSSTARKEt'PL SR 200 ( E RM SR 200 21 AS 22 LOT 7 OF ELK 2 1113 LAMA* ST TO N A/ .HwY 210. A 03096-0-00000 .

12091 O23T3-B-OO200 51.*.. ON I RM 213.43 TO GAHAGAN S/;) STARK, FL 3201 400.34', N 440O3't W Ol'19000900IIO.UUO (1.631.09
18 4S 22 CON AT Sw COR OPSS R-032780Q (606.10" FOB CUNT S18M UN I RM '" 22 6$ 22 CON AT NE COIL OF AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL (38.42- R-OoOlOOa. II"

"/, Of SE4 N S30.T1* TO CHAMBgRS BILLY 8 EJQ .4E AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL I 32320ObuUuA0541100 INT OLD LAMTSV RO 1 LAMAR BURCH CLAAIN9A GATOR::! FREIGHTMAYS INC Ud
(29.12
..*8 TO P03 H 100't FO bOX 2250JACKSONVILLE."PI
FOB E. 1 1'3.26 N 152. ".. MORGAN IT 8 23O' 0220-8-04303 1301 HOLLY ST AJ
13122* 32.8' TO POE 024A4-O-OOOOO COHiNS CLAKA: 8 '0' S 100' M SO' TO R-OA149OO (40.2 12091 SIlOS csY3
1) BOX FL
AT 2 lS2. STAMKIt
OP
COM AT NM COA
1206 DELL ST 28 65 22
32054 R-0544900 (21.IS PCS WELCH PATRICK B t ASSOC \ AS OESC OR
LAKE BUTLER FL STARK I., FL 12O91 26 45 22 FARCL INT OP N ./. OP MAOISON
0229-0-OOOO LOT 2 OP BLK B SANDERS RUTH ET AL PO BOX 809 13
$ 22. .
3a2.84 21 6 21 AS 22 LOTS 24. 23 OF 0269-0-03100 32091 26-lll ST i M
R-O310100 HK. SID C/0 MCINTOSH STARKg. PL
>>.04 At ORB99 ,*0' IN OALEMOOO 240$ PALMOALE ST '. BLK 2 IN GAHAGAN $/0 t.-0.20 0"" .21... <4 AS 22 LOT S OP BLK 2' 0228-0-00000 M7224W LEGAL 39* TO tEE P38.TAXROLL RUNAOO'L ..10A

TOON RAY t HACGIERT OU r3L.1.LtnYR0329100 JACKSONVILLE, FL 12206 LEE RU3V I IN PINE3RSCJE SID R-0 3(300 52.3*

2 BOX 3010 '' HX' H1T.76' 21 AS 22 SEl/4 OF B2S OP 1107 CALVARY ST SMITH JAMES 0

STAAKEt PL 1201 BLANTON JAMES 0 t ELENA C /. TEMPLES S/0 EX SLY R-0363800 M12.91' STARKEt FL 1201 I 2124000'SOOI0414430 1202 KELLER ST (13102-0-00030 (219.16 IoJ/i

16 41 22 SBC AT SM COR. OP' 614 EVERGREEN ST 130' WOLF LOUISE A EST 22 .S 22 COM AT H4 COP OF ltllT.6 STARKE PL 12091 R-0441300 ,*'

SEl/4 OP. SE4 E O27.J1 A STARKER FL 3201 '. >' DEMIT TAYLOR JR SWl/4 OP SMI/4 210' C 3.2.tC OR36 PA 26 6S 22 1 LOT BEING 01LTS BETTY ANN AL

1V.64>, H 1324.44S 21 41 21 LOT 4 6LK C IH 02443'0-OOOOO 1737 N TEMPLE AVE 100' IDA FOB S 100' E LEWIS JOHN R t 3EBORAH ''O' '122.1 FT N S 1 BY 39 PT fI 120 I CALL ST 12091I PS i

1>2.4"* :TO POE DALE WOOD S/D'. t R-0343100 IZ',"* 21 STARKEt 6S 22 FL LOT 32041 S OP BLK tIN 100' N' '00' M 100 TO POB 421 W HAOISON ST M LYING t AEIrtG IN NE' SIARKi.* OS 22 PL CON AT NW COP OP ="l

SANDERS RUTH IT ST..RKI.'L 32091 OF Ml/2 OF NWl/4 OP al
<''41 -0060' O2)7)00061RO519900.'MX o .AL UAHA6AN S/0 027O4-O-OOOOO COP AT NM COR OF ( tOll .oT 1 OP ILK 14 C RUN S
S 22 EX'R/M
26 **
02 17.41 CIO R MCINTOSH (139.21 6 Sl/4 OF NE1/4 .06.7AFT.il .....",. N
R-O32130O ltS40.4O- .2403 "PALMOALE ST R-03J2800 /' OP MM 1/4 f 491.11 TO PUB \X
.1.00 AC, ORO 351241 YON RANDALL t CVNTHIA I JACKSONVILLE FL 32208 02594000000R0'264700 ROYAL MILBUR S813 TO POE CONT S 284 M 02300O300'.1R0438TOO : .06.73FT.W 17.23PT
". (*. ,) SEE
LEGAL
-7 LANNA AVE AOO'L TAXROLLjo
BECCS CARL PO BOX 246 21 6S 22 COM AT SW COR OF'' ET ALPO 940 M SUSOUE 442 N.204.01 E 419.14 TO (47.01. '

PO BOX 471ARLTON OLD TOMN. #L S2680 SEl/4 OF 81.12'S OP RGB.IM 'TAYLOR ROOSEVELT. PHILADELPHIA. 19122 POB WHITI JOE 16 BETTY I -*
BOX 334STARVE. AT NE COR OP 03111-0-00000
LOT BLK,0 22 AS 22 COM
: Pi 12431 21 6S 22 RUN N 16* E 60' N 728j 1201 4213 BARRY ,OR M II,11".5VAUGHN
20 4S z'CO" AT SE COR'OfSEC. oLi84oo S/0 138* S 16* 60*. i 72* M FL' 1 1.101' 5..1RUN W 8T 0283T-O-OOOOO JACKSONVILLE, PL' 12208 R-04421QO u LOT 22 OP BLK VLY 4O ERNEST C J
21 63 22 FOR POE S 232.8.
THENCE M00 0600 I 'R-OA21200 HX SltSOJ.l*' *0 FT OF N 103 Al
138 .70 FOB 2* 61 22 M
: IN GAHAGAN S/0 RP 2TS3l S60' TO POD S THOMPSON' ST
02371-E-OdTOO-- N 230.24. .
P71
83>.61*. 'THENCE 13.00 AC OR363 FT OF El/2 OF NMl/4 OF **

S...1.-,2 H 31.11* TO R-0330VOO HX I46.38-, 02476-0-00901 BARRY ANO EM J II C AORII 1 SEl/4 9F .NEl/4 u' 4O FT. StARKB.22 PL$24 1201 1/2 FT OP '.2all.
02607-O-00009 41
02T12-O-OOOOO 28
AOO'L kSSAL SSI ..TAXROLL WILSON LOUIJ* R-0544700 (347.0't MARTHA SARRY LE 024-0-00ial COLor
,. .. \ .' 603 PAIRLANE R-OS66400 US.18 .R-0383600 .311.TI OP LOT 4 OP ELK 20
:2 eox 548SrA."I.'L *
,'. : : ';' '. STARKWPt'1 "ItBW COLLIER'' 'THOMPSON'Sf KATHLEEN ,. MORRIS JOE JR HILOA8ELLB08IE MARSHALL BOOKER T : IRENE 12091 R-0044300 THOMAS A ( ROSE. LAT 4 EX N 10 PT OP Will
1228
N ORltt"TOMN
7 ": I 21 4$ 22'LQrY7' OP'BLR I'' t A. JOHNSON EXT 247* MADRID WAY SOUTH N'I0' SMl/4 SMITH t LOT' OP ELK 29)) IN
27 4S 22 7624STARKE.
12012L BOX
., "' STARKE. PL 7104 WILSON ELVOJACKSONVILLE. PETERSBURG FL 31712 9 OP nARKIMar.1090
,! o. GALhOO11' T
..t
OP 1 6400 EX M SA t EX R ) PL 1201
4S 22-LOT .
.. > r .A. FL 32119 22 41 22 COM AT NE COR OP;
w BLOCK *;'OF KNIGHTS S/0"" .2 4t 22 N llOt OP dLK 2 'SV1'/ OF SW1/4N M 212 26 41 22 CON AT WLY< NS.1S'TO BORY

DISC OR 100-14, S OP M 2 I THAI LIES N OP POR FOB. S 224.02. NLV ILK A BLANOING S/0 32.71'
1 I PCS.ELY
CR RfMFLSS S/0 40' N 223.91't E 40* TO .
,
.
NLY' 144.61 liLY
PDA 12.27'SLY I....'' TO POI E

., >f tt'l 'I-\\ :.I'":..! '. ? '

1Il) .r fI1 'm; :" : ? a


I '.; 1\/'Jo'\ :" .....',t.

I Ii .,'::..


i- tf: ?



"; ""/tII'..
y. 4 r'





.\".' ..., <
.
;i'"*''. ', ." :',..-:,,"\,(I,,' :'\i"ii.1, \(.,',.; 'r' .. \\f;>li''::"': .',. ." .

,. ;JOj: \; : ,I'ftp ,'I!. /. ..1.l, .:..:'. !f" \"..rY.J. J ..,\rf.'iI-. ...;' ':: .";:
..
.'- ; t.<'t'aiV.'p';; .': ; :" IL '.;\\i .bl..::'; ;i! 6. it!




.1.... '''''', .
'' '-
1,. :. : '

.. .. ;," ", \'. ,

,. ,' '". .. ... ". '.1!,.tf,\ ..... .
) .
"M.J .. .: ',! ..". ., ., r'I"" '''' ,' "... '. .. .
P'aItDt BKADFORDCOVNTYTELEGRAPII' ,.I'" .. ': ;' / .\',. !.:,

.

.


....

01114-0-00000 03361-0-00009 03570-0-00009 0319-0-00100 04201-9-00100 04313-0-00000 O UC"'OOOOOuu. 04619-0-00200' ,

R- #61'OO .1 Z.31 K-068T8OO > .260 9* R-07O300 8412.48 .-07 5100 HX .1168.96 R-07-19700 (*(..*. .R-0OHOO- 14'. ."' "' '- l3ll1. "'F nlT.., R-U8J18IU1I"1. *' -121S...

GRUB9 GLENN t LINOA L LIt GEORGE (T AL A BAR SALES, INC NIGHT JOHN U C IRNA K 1.00 AC ORBI9 P44 LANE b ILL I AM JR HENSEN HOMES CORP 1.00'AC. OK 361P II*'

132 WEST MADISON STREET RT 1 BOX 1429 III R M TURBEVILLE 604 M FRANCIS ST OLIN MARK V .IS CESERV BLVO PO BOX $687OEERPIELO. WHITE SHIRLEY A

siAtutE. FL 12041 STARKE. "FL 2091 PO BOX .3418 STARKEt PL 3201 P 0 DRAWER 20S7ARKE. 'JACKSONVILLE PL 32211 '1. "13443 AT 1 BOX 1710STARKE '

28 65 12 6 30 FT OP LOTS 28 6S 22 LOT 2 OF ILK MIN LAKE CITY. PL 32096 2* 65 22 LOT 2 BLK 12 FL IO.I 32 6S 22 COM AT SE COR OP 34 6S -22 LOTS X-4- BLK 1 PL 12041'

2.4 OF OLK 22 IN OKI! L. T. t COS' SID 1983 2(1( 6S 22 LOTS 2 13 OP GASKINS AOO 'EX W109 C ERS 30 6S 22 CON SW CON 1111 NUI/4 OP Sll/4 I RUN U COUNTRY CLUlt HOOOS S/3. 03 7S 22 CON AT,) W COO

TOWN UP STAHKE BLK 2 6X R3 AS OESC. OB 109 OF 11/2 OP LOT 2 OF Nwa/. OF SE1/4.N 490FT. N 2IOPT FOR A '08. NEI/4 OP SKI/*. S204..

03366000099R06B20 69-335 IN HISMAY ROD 1028.6* TO SLY 40RV */. RUN M 210FT N .105F7{ E 04490-O-OOlOI TO FOB CONT ELY' leS'.SLr

03&
R-0644BOO a6U .0' PARR I Sri ALBERT < DOROTHY. H-07593UO HX 1297.3 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL | 04314-0-00)300, 6ARRARO GEORGE G I LORI A' A00 L -LEGAL SEE TAXROLL

SIKES M OAVIO JR PO UOX T3TKEYSTONE LESHUK JOHN t CHARLVNN RT I BOX 81* ,

218 XALKUT ST HEIGHTS. PL 03172-0-00200 1203 SLANGING STREET 0202-0-00000 R-OIOI20O 113.01 STARKEt PL -3201' O '..OOOOOO

STAMKEt FL 32091 !"'<6 R-0707dO 17J5.4I STAKKE. FL SZ091 R-9790O9O 193.07 CARTER HATTIE CST 34 6S 22 COM AT NS COk'dU'. R-06T1100 HX 116,12

2S oS 22 COM AT WE OF 28 oS 22 LOTS 1.2.- OfOLK HAYES ANTHONY ft C SHARON 29 oS 22 LOTS t t 3 OF 1.90 AC OReo PI J i THOMAS ALBERT N41/4- OF NE1/4 W7>..... 2.'dO At ORBS 'Pa

hLY D/M OF ALNUT C NLY 34 IS L. T. t cot S/O 355 N T'M"L 'AVE SARATUGA MELONS UNIT > OLIN MARK V C PLAINS PO BOXSTARKE 924 'I I S 11.22 TO SLY ,R/W VAN2ANT GENE 8..t NORMA J

R/W UP SOUTH STARKI PL SI091 P 0 ORA4ER 2IO PL 32041 SR-230 C POI ELY ON SLY Ala BOX 1379 *
ST ...IT.SZ.23 E 101.24* : 32 4S 22 LOTS .3.. OP BLK S lARK" "L ,1201?
I 28. 63 22 S-31.! OP LOT 6 0037-0-00700 STARK!. FL 3201 AOO'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
A O'L LEGAL SEe TAXROLL OF -|>LKf HIGHWAY. ADO R-0719600 HX lil.57 30 6S 22 BIG 6** M OF.OLD 3 14 LINCOLN CITY 01 TS 22 S 219.8' OF THAT

MCRES SHERYL U CO SR 1O WITH E LINE OP 0 9'000300'ROI PORTION OF NEI/4 OP "1/6

O32CT-0-99009 015b'-O-OOOOO .1211 3LANOING ST r..aOF SEl/4 RUM N' Q4320-0-P0200 OTOO ,HX (274.90 OF 41/4 fi OP RD EX S HI

R-067)000 .T6 .ST R-OT11OOO 13T.A> STARKE. FL 32041 317FTt W 300PT. S IT5PT ." a-0110l00 al'I.I'. 10.08 AC ORB4 PS* OP NEa0' NWIOF

STUJST11L W J SILC3X wILLIAM 29 '.$ 22 LOT 7 EX ELY A 1[>'l LEGAL SEI TAXROLL. JOHNSON VERMA S. MADE CLI2AAE7H 0 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
6310 NEW KINGS A ..OJ.CKS3NVILLI.'L
R08SRT PENDERG. 'ASS RT BOX 7180i I'l' ALSO E2a* OF LOT 0. O'21'-0-C0101 1134 GEIGER: RD r

PO SOX 53JESUP. I i STARKI. FL 32091 '. BLOCK 2. SARATOGA R-07-92600 4X 'III... 3221 STARKE. PL 3291 0 UI000300D .
32 6S 22 LOTS 2 C J OF
GA ill** on7l-0-0000l ''. 28 k3'22 1 LOT U4* NbS HEIGHrSr UNIT 3. 1.00 AC OR'J4 P62 34 .S 22 NIII0' NEI/4 .00
2tl"bS 22 COM AT NH COR pF K-0488900 831.17 UVlO* EtM. E.CF'C A.OJ HOSIER WILLIAM f JOYCE ; ELK I LINCOLN CITY 0* OF SW/l/4-. 1.00 AC .oRei8sl PI*

CALL t BAY STS. RUN N JACKSON: JOHNNY BLK 1 SV TEMPLES AOO. 04951-0-008OO RT 4 BOX IOU 125-14 NORMAN, WAYNE. .Mt YVONNE. M

216bSiFTt M 112 1/ZFT FO" 942 OAK ST R-0763409 HX '168. 8.lAM STA Ke.'L 32091 04321-0-90)109<< 04444-0-00401 PO BOX 17STARKE .

POtt RUM N 44.31FT.
LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 28 6S 22 LOTS 2.3 OP BLK R-07I2503 lZlfl.73 804 N MEST1JRELANO STSTARK. NEl/. OF S I'.I 79.87 11290 JOSIPH $1 ..30FRA2IfcR ORB 1T2P 194 04 71 XX PARC 3 OF UNRECD

.1-0-OOOUO 3} IN L. T. C COS S/0 FOSTER S i .. FL 3201 TU MLY D/"l 190-At S204WOi4 I 1414 i HALNUT ST MADE ELKABSTH SURV \ DISC "t' 113-33 .
K-067470O .lz.. 6 11976 COXNELIUS ST 29 6S 22 LOT 8 PARKWOOO R/H 10.76TO POB CONT 1134 GEIGER: RO ; '
STARXE FL S2O.1 '
ALVAIE2 ARTHUR 46UOOOO' .1': *
FL 32216
JACKSONVILLE.
03379-O-00000 S/0 AOU'L LEGAL SEE TAXAOLL STARKE. FL 3201
25V1 BAY ST _R-06S9900. (20.13 2k 6S2 LOTS 1 2 S3 OPFHACL 32 6S 22 LOT I OP 4LK 8 34 6S 22 C3X AT NE COR OP A- -. : HX $11060.47
Ot.
STARKE. FL 32091 JACKSON JOHNNY 9LK 5 IV TEMPLES 040! l-0-OieuO O2l6-l-OOla3 IN LINCOLN CITY Ml/4 OF llOP SIII/.. 10.09 ORB PO9

28 .S 22 ELK 2 EX S 82* SEX 942 N OAK ST A3O 4P 6713 8-0764400 1660.38 R-9742700 tlX 1316.22 NSS.S5'SO H 403'. PARIS MICHAEL H (. LAUR Y

N 72* {At A I ALVAAE2 STARKg FL 320l SMITH HOrfA.) A C KIMS5RUV 1.00 AC OP157 .77MCELHENMV R-OH11393 04324-0-00180' 114.3C SOK04MO.U 210' TO aT 3 .BOX X42. ,

ADO 28 6S 22 LOTS 3.4 OP 'BLK 03639O003U"R07163OO 137 PARKK'JOD PLACE LEONARD C I ALI CARTER RUOOLPWT3804 A0O'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL STARKEt PL 32091

40 IN L. T. ( COS SID 11.U5.5- STAOKE. FL 3201 4 SOX 1016 17 04 7S 22 NM1/4 OF4SEl4OF

03264-0-O0009: I BRYAN BCVERLV M <9 6S 22 LOT IB PARKMOO3 STARKE. FL 3291 l.l.RT STARKE. PL 11091'3Z 04IOS-0-OO50I NEI/4 RP. 391i]
R-06TT409 HX 1M1.04
03382-0-00100 pU BOA 234 S/0 31 65 22 COW AT ME CUR OF 41 22 LOTS OP MLK IS 1-0843300 HX 194.48 '
BELCHER HENRY 8 C SHIRLEY
R-0690300 M06.TT S7AKKI FL 3Z091 C15-0-O2bO "' 51/. OF SW1/4 TO.87 IN LINCOLN CITY 1.00 AC OR86 P4 O464O-0-00900 '. ,
309 CENTER 5 TSTAR"E. GUIUN THEOOOR 2' iS 22 LOTS 6.' IF BLK 'iR-0761203 HX 1168.59 TO NwLY R/4 SR-IOOA S2OVW STANSELL MALT S C EFPIE B A-OdT'ZOO 1130.4.0

FL 32091 T116 EUJIN6 DRIVE N 16 EX RO 14 TEMPLE AOO |STANLEY CECIL A C PA"SY Y I III' ON NrfLV R/W 129.13* TO 0324009200R04IS140 147 GEIGER.ROAO 2.98 ACGOETtMAM .

28 6S 22 1 LOT IN STARKE JACKSONVILLE. PL 32211 0 !SOX 1111 A00'L L'GAL SEE TAXROLL i STARKE FL 12041 GEORGE ( TIM

11* FT N C S BY 219 FT E 2* 6S 22 ULY 37.34' OP 03645-0-Q9109' I. PL 3201 (154.09 14 4S 22 CON AT SE COR OPSS Rl 4 SOX 1114 ,

4 M END E BY LAKE STREET LOT 1 C WLV IT.34* OF R-OTldOOO 1641.44' II'!9 65 22 LOT 26 PARKH300J 04238-0-00039: I IMOr6800 PITTMAN WILLIE JR 1/4 OF NU /4 'IS.OT'TO STARKE. FL 32O41 '

4 S.t.! Y CENTER' EX 4 TO* S29 OP LOT 2 BLK 42 WELCH PAT4ICK 9 ( JA'
". PO BOX 809 ARTHUR N FOR FOR CONT N 264* SEl/4 NEI/4 WHICH LIES
32 AS LOTS 2 I 3 3F .Rp
032T1-0-O0009 03390-0-30003 I STARKE. FL 32941 .011-0-03501" R 13 :30X US .22 AOO'L ....lOA!, .... ....eni> H OP
R-067790O ((211.99j R-0691200 (21T.94 i 25 il 22 LOTS 11 C 12 QP i-OT6610) HX 178.44 STARK FL 3201 ILK 16 IN LINCOLN CITV943440OO100 O.O -O-OOTOJ:

BELCHER HENRY B ( SHIRLEY i ALBRIGHT ALBERTA ELK 22 TEMPLES .00 C El/2 1 JAkitfcR DAVID 0 C UNCH.LIP.aT" 32 65 22 LCTS 2.3 C 4 CPJLK R-98417O9 ((761.1 0461-0-00200

309 CENTER ST 1 CIO ASA XCCOLL'J OF ALLEY IN OLK 22 LYING '_ "ST".a"ELAIiO: 1 IN E M HAWS 5/0 OR. R-O81I1U3 $14.812.2'STARKE OAVIS MERLE !0 R-08T66OO 117.42SIMMONS
STARKE. PL 32091
I 162T STILL RO BETWSSN LOTS 1-) I'lt t
STARK!, FL 32091 122-373 2112 SANDPIPER CT ALBERT JAMES .
24 65 22 1 LOT 110 FT N t NURSING HO-e! INC
LEGAL SEE TAX10LL .
WEST CHESTER. PA 19380 AOO'L 2118
12V 6S 22 LOT 31 OF TALLAHASSEE FL 32304 NEHARRV AVE
5 3Y 210 PT E C H SNO E IOB COLLEV RO
28 6S 22 LOT 2 OF 9L1 44 PARKMOOD C.l. -O-OOOOO JACKSONVILLE. FL 32201
I IHIIMKUER 34 6S 22 COM AT SU COR OF
BY LAKE STREET I S BY I STARKE. PL 1201
f IN L T C COS S/0 03647-O-00000 R-OT974SO (..... SII0' NUl/4 161TO Os 7S 22: CON 12.45 E OPNM
EX M TO' 33 6S 22 BIX 4 OP J M
R-O713290 11.70.24 OV01I-0-04T09 TAYLOR ROOSEVELT IT AL IUD I CO'IT 6 16'" ''N 132'"W' CO'* OF "II0' NEI/4
JOHNS S/0
03291-0-00000 > 0340T-O-O0093 WELCH C O'SHlAI Ot-VEL PTR R-0767309 HX 1168.18 BOX 114 161 S 132 TO POB ,,5 101't SLY 90.03' FOR

R-0692800 S7l.8t PO :SOX 809 CJLSTJN CURTIS J t UMBER STARKS. PL 32091 V POS SWLY 107.6. EAOO'1.
R-O68010O 123.3. 0430-0-00000 .
CONTI NORMAN J C LAURA STARKE. FL 32091 82! PARKuaOD PL 32 6S 22 N 150FT ( S O309-O-OOOOO LEGAL SEE TAKBOUL. ,
BRIGHT EMMETT JR \ R-961S690 (1.891.52
I RT 1 MX 833STAAKi. 28 6S 22 LOT' EX S 20PTt STARKE. FL 32041 226FT OP LOT 6 OF ILK 1 R-0644190 (141.4O

HARRIOCLLE I FL 32O91 EX V4LY Tl* FRACL LOT 2. 65 22 LOT 47 PARKUOOO IN E 4 HAVES SID CLARK PHILLIP W C LOIS J THE ROOST INVESTMENTS INC O464T-0-90O09 .
P O BOX S PO .OX 67KEYSTONE
28 6S 22 N 1* 1/2 OP LOT 9 C N 39 OF LOT 10 ALL S/0 PO BOX 1214T'GAINESVILLE. R-08T7200 (468.40

LAMTEYt PL 3209 1 C ALL LOT 2 C 3 OF BLK BEING IN t LK 21 OP O4213-0-OOOCO 1. IGHTS. PL FL 326O6 6.0O AC OMB 3360 60HRIGHT
28 6S 22 LOT 2 OF ELK 1 ''J 32694
i L.T.C cos AOOI3498OO0090 A30'L LEGAL SEE TAK13LL 0*0' -U-0S7U3 R-07I8300 10.19' kV OP OP CHARLES ROBERT ,
6S 22 Kl/2 Nl/2
.. 34
IN k-iT ( COS S/0 EX R/'" ; ----- .i 48 22 CON -T. NWCOR Q'1) ,
R-076d3OU HX J3S.S7 KLONOES WILLIAM '' NH1/4 OP NV41/4 Rf BOX 1440STARKI
Sfe 33 C NUN E 371 PT FORA
I 1-069200 8406.9 03447-O-O0100 AOUKIE IC2 SAMUEL X t AT 4 BOX 155} FL 32041
03296-0-00000 P03 THEN S 19S PT. E
lONTI: NORMAN J C LAURA A R-071B300 I41S.2T JULIE A STARKE. FL 3201 0S27000000R0648100 OS TS 22 N 309 PT OF THAT
R-O68970O 1242.44 ISO PT. N 10 FT. W 110PTAOO'L
IT 1 BOX 833ITARKE. WELCH C OMAIAN OEVEL PTR P 0 80X 83S7ARKE. 32 6S 22 COM AT Si COq OF t32.39 PORTION OF SMI/4 OP NEI/4
WILLIAMS L SR EST SEE
A LEGAL TAXR3LL
.' PL 3201 PO BOX 80* FL 3201 /* OP SN1/4 I RUN N 1.00.C OR984 P2* THAT LIES W OF RO EX. R/M
L 4 WILLIAMS JR
28 6S 22 LOTS ..5 OP BLK STARKE FL 3201 29 6S 22 LIT 17 IN 161FT U 529"T S 141 PT 8128PT MOODY ROBERT A ( OIANE "

1110 JENKINS ST 1 IN L T C CCS ADD OR 28 6S 22 HLV 71* OP LOT S PARK4aOO S/O TO FOR 04344-9-00100 RT 3 BOX199 O4444-O-09100 t

A.Ez"to/O:; : I 129-34 BLK 21 CX THE SLY ZOo O.U -O-OOOOO R-0.14703 MX (179.37 STARKEt PL 1291 R-08TT199 1771.28
24 OF ELK X NCRAV ERNESTINE 8
TEMPLES ADD ALSO CON AT 04118801000R0776300 8-0798400 0743.49 14 6S 22 S 247 PT OP Hl/4 1.24 AC OR97 POS'.
IN LT C COS S/0 PO BOX UjU""TO'I.
I 34O9000900R0693000 NLY 9NDY OF ELK 21 C WLY 1101.*0 .92 AL ORB 11SP 161-/' PL OF 511/. OF NW1/4 OP GOET2MAM GEORGE t TIM

I IR $147.4 A00'L LEGAL SEe TAXROLL HOPE OAVI9 S C DOUGLAS C DIXON NANCY LEE '* )20U. SUEX 11./'" RT 4 BOX 1916
03297-0-OOOOO 33 65 22 LOTS 2 t 3 OF
SELLERS COLUMBUS C C P 0 BOX 946 PO BOX 701'j; STARK!. FL 3201
6S0'00 .90 ILK 2 SOUTH GATE RIP AT
110
ROBERT N 036S1-O-00000 STARKE. FL 32O91 STARKEt FL 32041. O.hLOOOZocROIS0600"X 01 TS 22 COM AT ME COR OF .

FERGUSON LEVERNEROP P 0 BOX 2TI R-07186UO 1266.27 2* 65 22 LOT 10 C Kl/2 OPLOTilttOP 32 6S 22 COM AT SE COR OP S/O (110.O. SHI/4 OP 1'0111S 924.64{

0 BOX 634 LAWTCVt FL 320S8 ', ,o ALDERMAN" WILLJA"o" .K ,fliqHM ,, 3LK 2 NARDYS-tt 'SGI/4 'OP S"U11'J'. M92.%A.TU .64344-0-01200""" ':. 'M''5 11241., ACM.) OR.I''v3np.vh' | '.30 POB. .cONT.5 2.63', ,TQ -,

STARKE. FL 3201 28 4S.22AOT 7 OP 'U ., < fE" Itd ADO ...-j ;A 11.t04119OOoi'o POB-'tlU.5.'M34*<'l, TO *0... t.l't.tIU L>'ALLEN-JAMES' c PA.T KAO 'N / GH.Ra.N 84P U Or
"' ; 'R-OB22409 ; WL LofE
L T .z
28 6S 22 'BLK 3 EX 20 OP- II p5)3
LOTS tit FOR R/H IN L T ,IN L'f: ,Acos Aop. ti ;'' /". LOTS f.- 3204ftr-. .. .j SLY Atone-S3'DE :op oaQi U CNJI4E;.x r ..flgOl,''':OAT 1 BOX 664,81 1T ,HOT1.|. G.i 'E I .?J!P\:\.'ry11J4
2* 6 22 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 1 "K'STARKI- '1201 -.... -.,. :-
t COS SID EX RMO3311O00000 60X 8446STARKE. .
03416-O-OOOOO ELK 22 TEMPLES AOO C El/2 R-OT77000 177.61 04701A002000178600
14 6* 22 COM AT N4 COR'OPKWl4
PI 320*
R-O693900 8720.14 OP UNUSED ALLEY WITHN BLK; 1.2 AC C4414 P lM1LLIANS 04X60-000000 $ 'OF SEl/4 RUN 11.790.49'TANNER .
33 4S 22 LOTS 12. 11 '
.OP
GREEN EDWARD U C GENEVA M < 22 BTHNI LOTS 1.2C3 ON V t A C t MILTA H R-0799200 110.84 SII 9..S' E25.O1 TOE II/ ARCHIE M
ILK 4 IN SOUTH
R-0682609 874.TT 238 I WASH ST AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 446 M MADISON ST .*3 AC ORB86 P8 i GATE OF GR RO t POB RUN P O SOX *17 .
SMITH E9HARO O RtPLAT EX E El/2 OP LOT '
STARKE. PL 3201 STAAKS. PL 1204 KLONOES EMANUEL NICK I AOD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL STARK FL 1201
1202''KELLER 13 OP BLK 4
ST 186S 22 LOTS 0 C T OP 03741-0-00801 29 6S 22 CON AT SE COR RT 4 SOX 1554 os 7S 22 COM AT SE COIL Of

STAR -E. FL 12041 ELK 3 IN L T C COS AOO CX R-0726600 rtX 183.21 SEC W 369 N 2B8TO POI STARK PL 3201 O4144-C-O02O1 Nl/X OF S41/4 OP "''''1/.

28 65 22 LOT 3 OP ELK II SLY 15' OF LOT 6 OESC OR SCHMITT CHARLES M C CONT N 117.02' M 37.2370 32 6S 22 COM AT SE COR' OP 'IOOO"ORO"'O R-OISI80O TO.47 I RUN HLV ON SLY BNORV

IN L''<*T C COS S/0 *g 1OT-S42 C OR 113-3** IDA SUE SE COR LOT GREAT OAKS Sil/. OP SHI/6 t RUN N GUNNER ELAINE HX .1.,..' CONTI NORMAN I LAURA 1067.42 TO ELY R/M OF '

03314000000R0682700 '' I 417 S CHERRY ST AOO'L LEGAL SEE JAXROLL 14* PT H 346 PT FOR POS 103O S HATER ST RT 1 BOX 833'' AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL

B343100000 STARKEt PL 3201 THEN RUN N 242 FT W 43 PT STARKI. PL 12O1

a3"..* 1-0'9'100 'S 4.89 28 OS 22 E TO* OP LOTS 8C 04140-0-00100 ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL S'ARKI'L 12041 1* 4S 22 LOTS S... OP BLK I 047O1-B-01400 '
FERGUSON 11 4S 22 LOT 4 BLK X
OP.
LEVEilNERO GERALD GRIPPIS CONSTRUCT 9 OP ILK 32 IN A-01S0Z00..X (22*.38 4 t 81.14PT OF LOTS I R-O879900 8819.11

PO Bdx 614 RT 4 BOX 1O8S J.M.JOHNS ADO OESC OR .71 AC ORB2 PI* O4245-O-OOIOO EASTWOOD 2.4.4.1.10.12.14.14. IM I HAMON BURREL N C JOAN C

STARKE. PL 12O .. PL 101 1O8-1O4 P 1 11.1)12.44 100 ALEXANDRIA CRT
STARKE. THOMPSON HALOO O C A P.-0801BOO OF BLK:9 IN SECURITY
... :
LOT.4 OP k"1IN ,.--001.0
28 6S 22 18 IS II LOT I C N 1/2 OP 321 BUTLER TERRACE 5.Z' AC ORBS PT2 AOO'L LEGAL SES TAXROLL |:MOBILE. AL 1661
SID R-0628000
L ,T t COS LOT 2 BLK II L T C COS U O3747-O-OOIOO STARKE PL 12O91 INOIANOS .JAMES $111.35GERALO 09 7S 22 LOT 1* DEERHOOQ

AOO \ -O727400 HX 1221.** 2* 6S 22 COM AT NM COR OP 1230 M UNIVERSITY AVE GRIFF IS CONST' COAT 0142-0-00102 SID EX N 125' OF M 10*
O1116-O-O0100 | BMW IN'
NUCENT VERA LEE /. OP SE1/4 S 248.08' GAINESVILLE PL 326OI
(38.45 1 1CftlfFJH I STARKE PL 1X01 -089360O (116.49 O4T19-O-002OO>> ,
-063200 AUDREY M I 0363 -o-oozoo AT S BOX 7317STARKC TO POI CONT S 321.78 TO 32 65 22 COM AT SH COR OP, IJ 4S XX* COM AT SE COR'OF. '.'0 AC. ORB9O PTOMOOOV R-0187200 HX .Zlt1'T.
I ISTARKI. -06)30MX ....6S PL 3.1111 'N aSCL SPUR ELY ON NLY Sil/. OP Ntl/4 OP ,wl/. ROBERT A fOlANE
SOI/4 OP ME /.. 2.0 AC ORBV7 Plf'
H72.74
B19 IDA ST CLARK SHELDONC'MOfnr 0 28 4S M LOTS ).) OP ELK AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL N4M 483.77 TO P081 COAT M4M i
1201 TO MIV MM OP COLLET RO AT 1 BOX tOVl NCOONOUGN THOMAS J .
FL
401 EAST WASHINGTON STAll 14 IN J m JOHNS ADO 306.11 .T.I 6TO.24
19 6S 22 LOT 1 BLK 11 L T "'.'0.. MI41.32TO ELY STARKEt." PL 1201 i. A' 4 BOX II** .
STARKI. P.. 20t t. AOO'L LEGAL SEI TAIROIL. '
014-0-00000 1* 41 XX-ELY XOOOP WLY ,
c */i$ 'A00 L LEGAL Sit TAAROLL STARKEt PL 12041
Cf' 28 4S M LOT 1 C .'./: OP 03T41-0-0( I<>:3 K-0791100 (124.40' 400 OP SLY 129 OP III/., 07 TS 22 COM AT NE COR Of

j 03323000000KObE3730 I LOT ZLT C COS ADO H-0730700 121.21 STARLING MARY E G4i68-a-03IOO 04450-0-OOOOJ OP SEl/4 ; El/X OP NEI/4 OP SMI/4 H
.HITEH AD STEVE C STEVE 0 (46.24 .
101 BUTLER HOA3 R-O893O90
HX 114.61 A-0812104 (11.08 244.7*'. TO POI CONT W,
034S2-O-OOOO9 RT 4 BOX 99 4 STARKEt PL S20'J1 .2.'A( ORBS P4
WILLIAMS EMMA. 4.55 AC 0146-0-00000 ISO* 'S 440 M 264'5A00'L .
R-O697200 816.83 STAHKE FL 32012tt 6S 22 LOT 3 OF ILK: 2 GRIPPIS GERALD ( GERALD NAT
90 CROSBY ST I29 -0491303 (434.41 LEGAL SEC TAXROIL
NUGENT VERA LAT oS 22 LOT 3 ELK 47 J M. GOOLSaV. LAURA T .
OF niESTPlNE S/O BOX IOU
STARKE. FL 12091 4 1601 S MATE ST 1..* AC ORB 136P 12OMHITAKER
5 BOX 7357 JOHNS ADOonol000101
28 6S 22 LOT 2 OF ELK It STAKKEt FL. 32OV1 THURflAN JR S PAT
STARK', PL 32041 0."'-0-00300
3201 ,
STARKC. FL ,, 04177-0-00000 32 65 22 LOT 1 OF ILK Xi
IN L T C COS S00312T0O0100 RT I BOX 80STAMKE
**
HX "
33 -04491OO
4S 22 NI/2 OP NE1/4 OF 'JT
S.6.7 C ULY '
28 65 22 LOTS I R-O7J080O 21.21 R-OMS900 ..09.7* i NICHOLS ACRES
I SEl/4 EX M 641.12* OP NLY PL 1201 SHEESE RAYMOND.
18' OP LOT ..*.10 OP BLK EST I I.
M C SHARON STO"'I'II"A MARIE
14 IH L T C COS ADO I HAVES ANTHONY 67' 18X MLV 6T1. )* OF 31 6S 22 .COM AT 1W .COR OP RT BOX 1498
R-06B410O 121.71 3S1 N TeMpLI AVE J it ALVARE2 0241-8-00200 SLY 79* 9ALANCE OP NX ON wl'. OF 'NE1/4 N ITa...* STARK FL 1201O7

SINMOMS GERALOINE TRUSTEEFOR STAHKEt PL 32091 214 N BAY ST M-Ott03li. 170.51 PALL 4411 E 24.12 TO E KM CO GR RCt TS 22 CON AT NE COR OFSEI

1l: N SIMMONS P L CUMPO 03104-0-00000 28 *S.22 LOT 7 BLK 47 OF STARKIt FL 32091 GMIPPIS GSAALO C GERALD N 04451000300A0832400 FOB CONT E 11 N 189. /*. RUN H 156O' SIll'

BOX 1O4 ft-0792600 $258.69MGLiU0.J J M JOHNS ADD 29 6S 22 COM AT NW COR RT 4 BOX 101 OI".U' AO&'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL' TO FOB. CONTS
I C HI10A C ST C
INTER OP rfESTMOftLANQ STARK. PL 32091
STARKe. FL 1201 *
ISO. H *. NELV 14 TO
PO 8OX 667 0372000000R073160O RY RUM NLY 225.1 PT TO 32 45 22 LOT 2 OP ALK 2 10.70 AC'
26 65 22 E 18' OF LOT 1 0572-0-00101 AOD'L LEGAL SEE TAXAOL .
4AL03. FL 3264 POd THEN NLY lOFT w2o'T 0* GUOLSBV LAURA T 1ST
40.13 OP NICHOLS ACRES
OF ELK 19 IN L T C CD'S ft-0.9S600 114.27
28 6S 22 LOTS 3.1 4 3P PIERCE ROBERT S SOFT E 420 FT TO FOB04183ooaooa 121-80 .' 1601 S UATIH STSTARKC
S/0 .
BLK 27 IN L.T.C CO'S AOO03506O0010O PL 12041 RCEO MARY L 4 YVONNE L NO 04716-0-00600
FIERCE
R K I ATI O.U'STARKi.'L -089600 119271
I NARCISSUS CMIN01ANAPULIS 04279-a-oauo 11 AS 22 Sl/2 OP NI"/. OF
O3J30-0-00003 422
12OI HORNSBY JOHN O C SHEILA r.RT
R-07865CQ (114.18 / EX f. 442 W OP RO
46227 -0194431 101.30
I"
R-068440O .2t8.21 *
11 4S 22 Ml OP El/X OPE210
R-0793IOO 1I*>.28 Ptt* EX REM I 319* OP S 4 BOX 1484
AC CRB2
1.13
GIVENS JOHN I 26 4S 22 LOT 4 CP ELK 2 NZTCHOLL.,15135, '
\
NIOIO'OP ...
OF .I'.
STARK*, PL 1201.
,
"N SCfL
FERRY GARY R JR t BARBARA S/0 HAYES ANTHONY R BOX 4* 437 OF RR C S4AOO'L
BOX 192SAFETY IN CITY PARK OP 14141/4. EX N210 07 TS 22 COM AT NE COR Of
I AT 4 90X 4T02STAAKE. LEGAL Sfl 7AXROLL
351 N TEMPLE AVE
3201
STARK*. Ft
HAR90R. PL )3"2 .
PARCEL AOOEO 164 LEFT SEl/4 100 S 222.50 E
28 65 22 LOT 3 OF ELK IT FL 32091 0J79 -0-OOOOO STA4KC. FL 3201 N41/4 OF N.J1/4} OF Sil/.
OUE TO ERROR.104S740004O9
I OFF ROLL 111.99 FOR POI S
1 N 9* OF LOT 4 BLK IT t 2* 6S 22 LOT S t Sl/2 OP R-07328OO 1224.26 29 65 22 CO<4 AT NW COR OF EX PARSOLd EX LOT OESC 3Ri .**UOOOI"Oa0 il2
142.10 M 124 TO POI
LOT 6 BLOCK 27L T COS 132aa (4O.17 ,
S 2 L T t CD'S SID I IUU000100 ADO. 71* LAURA ST ELY R/* OF EPPEUSH ST' N OR211-268 BEING 49* WIDE 1.11 AC OaS 172P' 246 v
R-OBS660O HX 121.44 04714-O-OOIOO .
19.3' E 17.11 TO P05 wELCH PATRICK a t ASSOC I
STARKI 'L 32091 AOO'L LEGAL Si* TAXROIL
J 1.00 AC ORB 144P 204 .
6
-OI4944O
0312T-0-OOOOO PO; BOX 40* 651R,
SEE
24 65 22 LOT 12 OP ELK 3 AOO'L LEGAL TAXROLL .
CREWS RAY '
.44 .ACHCCDOL
R-0793000 1327.61 o.u'a-o-oooOO STARKI. PL 12041
S/3 1983
CITY PARK
R-01 54100 (70.82 GORDON JOE 04200-0-40OOO R-OH044OO IIS.24 11 44 22 CON AT INT W R/k RT 1 bOX 444STARKEt COtfARO JR

HOLEY dEny AT 2 BOX 1S6-C 1431.99 IA-10O 1 S LINE OP Nl/2 FL 12O4I P 0 BOX 6*.
03T8-O-OaOOO R-978609 AC ORdO6 P74
1.00
l'I f..OLO LAWTEY ROSTAME. 35 6S 22 l.ACRE IN NMl/4 _.
UALOOt FL 12644
STARKC. PL 32091 UP SEI/4 RUN N48444O k
FL- 12091 I R-0733400 HX 140.61 2.00 AC ORB48 P7S, MACK FREDERICK .T AL
OP NM1/4 BEINGPRCL 84 OP 07 71 22 COM AT NI COR OP.
28 6S 22 LOT 7 OP ELK 31.IN 121.03'. THINGS .
CALLA VIRGINIA M OLIN MANN V RT S BOX 2905 '
211 *S 22 Hl/2 OP LOTS ICC KEOC 152603.
L.T. C CO'S AOO EX */U AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL PLAT SCI/4 t RUNS 770 M
2 Bt<< 17 EX N 9* C 41/2 PO BOX 21 'P O OKA.CH 240 'TA KI. PL 1201J2 19 TO CONT M

OP LOTS V t 2 BLK 101. T S'A KI.'L 32O91 STARKE. FL 3201 6S 22 CON AT SE COR OF 04177009009d0416800 POBt 'O'f
'* 03546-O-OO10O 26 6S 22 A PARC OP LANO 30 65 22 THAT PORT OF'THI .t/2 OP NM1/4 OP SEl/4 'O. 1"000000Oi N 155't 140'. S
t O. ?/?? R-OT06V90 HX .....S .- 7100 "O..T 'J.T.oOI.SI FOB OR 121-40*
'O333l-'o-ob2bo "' 219 S3 BOUNaEOON THE N fl/2 OP N I0' SE1/4 RUN N 447t W 31'* 5 27 AC OR3OI P44 .
'MCCLELLAN HENRY G C ELIZA 'V LAURA.ST AND O* THE I OP ST RO 100 t N OF-CO G ; H 175'. S 420FI E 210 2.02 AC Otatt P7X RAOLEV PATRICIA '

R- 08'700 126.16 $JT N CLARK ST, 9V LOT 3 OP BLK 4 OF CITY A0 I IX 1.9A IV SI COR E11 TO POi IX A/W t EX S 2IO POWELL BARBARA V ..T 1 BOX 442 'A H/' 44714-0-41100
MCKINNOM JACOUCLVN f / STARKEt PL 2)l PARK SID AOO' LEGAL SEI TAXROLL RT 1 BOX *5lSTAHAI. -984140 $2os.gi
tEROV- THOMAS 26 6S 22 COt' A1 SI COR + PL 1201 STARKEt PL 11091'IS /644/AC ORB HOP 214ALDERITI

a T 5 BOX TOOT. LOT S LK B Of ..N..I.JO.'SADO. 038190OOGOOHO7346OO 94200-0-00100 I,! 04282OOOI09RO 8425.73 14 4S 22 COM AT SI COR 01/ 6S 22 THAT PORT 0< E IGNACIO 0 C 018,0

STAKKEt PL Ji091 NLV 10* TO POB.CONT 1271.21 R-OT87a9 ((1.618.0 '' 04OO PRECERICK. N C GLORIA .iElC RUN N X10' FOR 414.44*.OP /wl/. OP'NMl/4 ,1)194) HALLPORO pR CA 1eALTI

2$".S if Ml/2 OP LOT 4 OP NLV.ALONG 8 LINE OP BLK COUPE JOHN!! S 7.JO AC ANT MACK I *UX 2405STAMKii *.8. 444*. "i 200. I, WHICH LIES S OP GR R3 IX 0 AI,., MO 21222-241V

BLK ireXNS0' LTC AOD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL P 0 BOX 370 OLIN MARK V ., PL 3201 444*. S 290* TO POO IX' C 170 AS DISC CR 47 7S/22 'COM AT NI COR q F'

eo's SID03)UoOOOOO STARKE PL 32Otl P 0 DRAWER 210 42 6S 12 CON AT SE COR OP All 20O-14* Sill/./ RUN S4!<19 U -
0344-0-00090>> I tSU S7ARKI. PL 32OI liojr" to POB. HUN 50*30'162.5' '
2* 6S 22 BEG Ml/4 OF till' OP NM1/4 OP Sfl/4 N
R-C>>70'900 ..S... /. OP ..U/. M 100." S I 30 6* 22 COM ME COR NM1/6 47 TO POS CONT N ,...* 0",7..0-00UQl 017-0-00500 l15'54 U ALONG

a O I2OO S40.13 .VOU.MG ALBERT P, J* 11* TO '01. M 50'. S OF SE1/ .S 237.4* TO S- TO CO GR RO N4IU TS.21 HOH 3 7 600 $<77.i: K-O9800 (24.07' AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
.COMMON JAMES AT 5 BOX 7671 11.SA 100 C POO NWLV OH 6.01 AC ORB 146P 140 4.40 AC. OR881 P90
IO9. C 50'. N 10O TO' AOO'L LEGAL, ,SEE TAXROLL I
BRAY SIMMONS STARKI. FL 3201 AOO'L LEGAL SEI TAXROLL CURVE 441* 71 E ./W CO _;.H PATRICK a i ASSOC I LIB 'THOMAS 44714-0-00000 .
2* 65 22 LOT 1 OP BLKIX I P O *OX II* '
4JO> CRAIG DR AOO'L' LEGAL SEI TAXROLL 1'.: -OX 804 A-0842400 0a.e07.jt
Pr S 10* OP 1144* 1X I 0420OOOOOROO450O 1X01 RAlFUMO PL 1201
>ENNING. BA 319OS 03I22-O-OOOOO STARK PL 4.20 AC 011816 >, PIT'
za-s 22 LOT 3 UP ILK I* .4* OF N 41. C LOT BF.TMNLKS R-0736109 163.34 04201-O-OOOOO AC OIl''J$19094.46 14 4S 12 CON 1*** tf OP MECD 1* AS XX COM NE COR OP MULL MARK t. .

IN L T 4 COS S/0 8 I I IX 194* t LOT GRIPPIS BILLY R-0714990 MX $292.53 40.14 ROBERT C BROWN J C Of NIIRU 510.10.1' *'* ''SHl/4 RUN 431.0' TO PO BOX 760
'r
AOO'L LEGAL SEI TAXROLL P O BOX 1166 1.00 AC ORBS PT '[ KT GJtliN. BOX 13 _344* 1144' TO FOB. CONT 14310.7' S14XI STARKEt FL 32091 j, ,." ..
*
03345-0-40 009RS06100 ALACHUA. PL 3261 OLIN HARK V 'I 1 STANK I. PL 3201 ?*a. <(X PORTION LYING S Ilia.., M1424 TO POS.OR 4T TS 22 COMA SW COR Qf
I
8S6.0T O357-0-OOOOO 2* 6S 22 CON AT NM COR P 0 DRAWER 284STARKI .-' 32 4S 22 SEa/. OP _W./" V* ,.<..LSON HO.083890 """'liLEGALSEE TAXROLL El/X OP Sll/4 OP swa/..

AMMLPHj' JAMES MILLIE R-070290 .1..19. Ntl/4 OP Sll/4 OP "61/. S PL 32041 OP 111/. EX PAA..SOLO IX 044aO-O-O0200 RUN N "*1' POR fO3 CONT

160O FALCON ST YOUNG ALBERT P JR. 23.lf TO FOB CONT S 30 6S 22 BEG 717..3. N OPS4 (M 44 F& 73 OR '114-407 '11"aJ- OOQO H-O64140O a60." N 411.5. E .TJ.?"* TO if

PT MOUTH TX 7611 AT t BOX 7471 110 I 12O't M 50'* 4 COR OP El/1 OP NH1/4 '- ..(..4IMENSEM < 1.11 AC ''OR* 3TIP .' A00'LLIGAL SMTA?, ROLL

28PVJ 22 BLKS U C 26 IN STAAKI. PL 201 ADO' LEGAL SM TAXROLL- i I OP Sll/4 N 310.72* TO.S I 43O2-0-OOOoa MOriEl CORP.P BROOKS ....R..O", t MATTIE RRT '. '
>
'
L'tt. COS $/0 IX 11/2 OP 26 6S 22 LOTS' 'C 7H' SSO PO R/W OP SR S IOO-A WILY ON 1 -004800 '. .1' BOX 6657,0431PEL0. 4 SOX'154H, 04T74-0-00000--' .

LbT' I t EX S 25' OP El/1 OP T 0? ELK 1 IN HUT ADD'L LEGAL $11 TAXROLL OQNALSOM BISHOP 1 PL 11441 IMTIRLACHEN' PL:, 111**' 0*OI 440O I1O141
OP LOT 2 OP AOOITION OR IOS-9T. OA 11 IS 22. COM Af $H COR OP
BLK.,26048T40O OJI 3-o-00000 '. '.011 AVENUE S 14 41 22 LOTS 1-14 BLK' I xo.oo> AC 'ORIO' P7

111-SOZ ,: : ,.. R-oT3..o0. *6216GRIFF JACKSONVILLE PC >220* coutiTiv CLUE HOOOSIO.O8166UO /. OP SEl/4. BURNS ROBERT'M C'ANNETTE
__-O.OO -81t -- ... S12l E 651." '.
IS BILLY 6P '32 42 22 COM AT NK COR'Oil. 121 HEMLOCK ST i.; .
942.32 .0 BOM 118 .. 1I. OP SI a/. RUM ri420PT. .446)-B-dada) : ,j j' H012747 M 747.97' TO ROSKLLE .RK. NJ '47204

PO PARM1SH BOX ALBERT? C QOROTHV AL6CMUA." PL 326|* 5 3I5PT PO* POB w v ...21... AOD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL. 04 TS XX N1/2 OP NEI/4 (OF .

KS '*TOrff Z6 HU4 Hn. 2* .S ..* COM 11* M OP MlCOR S4P.T S 1 4PI.. 139'T TO M4NSEN HOMES ,CORP.PO Hll/4 O* 1X4-214 i

: PLAW3H :' j'l OP Ml/2 OF -w1/4.Of' A00'L LEGAL SIE 7AXROLL BOX 847OEERPIELOi '
3146 ; 'SE1/4"OP Mll/4'RWM-S/ FL 11441

28 65 22 LOTS 1.2 OF ILK I4O. M 210 FOR POBtS 14 6S XX LOTS' 1.1. BLK ]

33 iN L. T.: t CDS S/0 A00'L LEGAL SIE TAXAOLL .COUNTRY FLU* UOOOS SIC.



,
\"
'.


.. .
I
', i

. ,..:. "( 't.:.. Ito.. .;f. ...:.. ... ..___w.-_._. .... .........- ...----- .-.. .
: .
-

.



I r M 1







.
"" "" ......
: ." -. .,'; ':. .' ,

.. I'I.. '.
., .. i iI '" "

{:: "" :" .c' ', "
\I/\--: ., "
: >
'" ; r'' 'k' i r'9 ,' .1 to r/\!\' .. "1.. ". i .
/ : 'I', 1 : ,l"fII't.1,1' : f Ii. : : .' ,' tf!' ', :'

'i/ ',." ... .. #, ,," \\\1' '
'J' / \(, 0 ,) '
.
.
"'..Ii. ; .', $ ,t.'I:" .,; 1, .:', .1' 'I.d. <':'' J""P "

11''O-"m." ...,y.. '1>+ .i.' ,,, : ;:>f'4.Ma,. .... .,, t."it. ':';::8BADFORDCOVNTYTELEGRAPII1..II: .T'', 1'4'
ffrc 'tCL .
0'. "
: : ;:... .:' ,
:, : : : ::': if:: ..:, .",, ,! ;; : .J\; .

','" \ .' "" \ '';\1'' ..> ", .n ,' ,n 'i' *" ,', -

fe '. : ''Y $,*; ,
\ :
!
o-o-oo2oa :
,
04f 04864-0-00000 'O9009-0-OOOOO '.. 'J_ .V 0064s i O9696-A-OISOO
R0898100NX ." *' (T2.4! '. 051S7-q- v OS400-O-OOOOO / 05(19-3-00100 I I.RIO.'OI 039640OOOOOUCb
-091S400 '.'1.53 11-0943900 HX 4 > (19.11 R-09T0700 (178.4< R-1004400 : (304.30' R-1047800 HX M6.49
ACU'. -ORB2 (171.10
1.00 "iiP* Mr'-*
R-IOB33OO HO.
.
MATTHEWS. JACOUELVN 160.00 AC' ORB N"" P3 10.00 AC ORB .V. PO 3.30"AC' .ORB82 P88 20.00 AC ORBI P8 CALDWELL GLORIA J FRILL 2.27 .AC
, ALDERMAN ''THOMAS KYLE HARRY W t MARY ANN' COURTMAV JACK M C MARYLMN'MJPO
lit
j PINCH EUGENE TREADMILL IDA ", .e'c NANCY' P 0 BOX KfcVSTONg
I RT 3 BOX 148 DEVELOPERS OP BR BOX 1314 SEC
4S30 SE T PLACE. 1300K59. .P 121 W LEE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. 'LniS6
AYE
STARKE FL 32091 0 BOX 336HAMPTQN > P O BOX 1334 116.6RAT
KEYSTONE HGTS. FL
OCALA STARKE. 'PL' 'SZ091
Ft
I TS 22 BEG AT NM COR 32671 'L'I J2O44 ARCADIA FL 33821' HEIGHTS. fL V 'I'
Oil' KEYSTONE
10 24 8S 22 LOT 64 OP KCE
>? 7S 2T TS 22 ALt SMI/4 OP LOT .
22 SCI/4- 13 BS 22 19 PARADISE
NE 1/4 Of NM. 1/* 31 TS22 CON, AT lIlT MLY 06 4S 22 Wl/2 OP HE1/4 OP 12696NEG REPLAT <>.S
TO WLV R/M SR-10n e.so.80'1 I RY OR 124-220 R/W SR 323 C SLY R/M CO NUL, OR 101-128 SNORESO OP _N.UNA AT NE COR OP LOT 1 NWLT

ALONG R/W 29' W2TO S140' OYlTl001630R0919300 GR R9 M 410* TO POB CONT 'COIIOEO, PLAT. ACE UNIT 1 REPLAT S99ES9 09461-0-00000

H200V Hits' .TO- PUB04T940OOOOO 299.9. .2 09011000000R0944100 -M 240' S.3S' W 250 $ 05402b30200R1004600 S30fi 160' S44E R-101163O nO.ltlclo
"
..6, .AC OR99 P$ (...T 6 AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL (30.97 03696-A-023O9 .82.44* N3.E 14O.95N60B 'COURTNAV JACK M t "ULIUb-

LASHLEV RICHARD CARRIE. 30.00..C ORS DO 6.67 AC ORB72 P16ORTON R-1O486OO HX (811.14 AOD'L LEGAL SEC TAXROLL PO UOX 1314 :31112KEYSTONE

MM (186.61 14613 LORI3AWN OH BARRY MARTHA j JOSl3T-0-004oi -JANES R E JULIE 0 ROWLAND HAZEL P .. HGTS FL 32696 01S

R-0898900 I..8S..C. OUST P2 LARGO PL, .34646 P 0 BOX *'44STARKE R-09T1000 1121.7' 'P O BOX 316 PO BOX 74 .<' O58U-C-OOOOA$ 24 8S 22 LOT 61! OP KCE IHArz

CARVER RONALD e t JUOV 0 18 TS 22 COM"' : AT Sw CON 01' FL 32091 ,i 2.62 AC' 0X3 346P Tl HAMPTON. PL 32044 MELHOSE, PL 32666 R-1043100 88.39 REPLAT 01VJI

RT 3 BOX 1949STARKE Bl/2 OF N41/4 OP SW1/.., I. 28 TS 22 El/2 OF SIl/. OP i COOPER ana L c SARAH. 8 086S 22 S2/3 OP Sl/2iOP 13 8S .22 LOT 23 PARADISE' I.SS"C ORBS P4 ;

FL 32091 210'. 'N 'O"TO POS CONiN T NE1/4 C NMI/4 OP Sil/. OP .PO BOX JTO El/2 OP NEI/4 OP N"./. OR SHORES S/O COURTNAV JACK C ASSOCIATE '01966-0-OOOOO \11 I

10 73 22 BEG AT.NE COR 101,- E 9III J 101 I IAOO'L 101 NE1/4 STARKE FL 32091 123-132 P 0 SOX 1314KtVlTONB R-1085T00 630.'LQ' U I

NH1/4 OP SEI/4, J 10T4.6 LEGAL TAXROLL 31 IS 22 COY AT INT .W R/k O3664-0-OOIOO HEIGHTS. PL COURTNAV JACK M t MARILYJl4A
HWY IOQ-A. SLY 484.9 05014-0-00000 SR-323 C S R/W CO GR RO J 01427-0-01700 R-1049600 HX (13.29 32656 PO BOX 1334 I

NLY TO 133. MLV '!3.91 TO ER/W. I 0490O-0-00100 R-0944400 HX (28.80 01 W II10' W 820' TO R-1010200 (391.14 ,.00..t. OR 929 P2' '24 .S 22 KEYSTONE VILLAGP KEYSTONE HGTS. FL 326ito 1

AOQ'L LEGAL SEE/TAXROLL R-0923980 .99..> 11.00 AC OUSJT P16 POB CONT ''M 44Q'. N 233, fclLLIAMS S LARUB C MARGAR. AODISJN WAYNE D C .SHARLEMP S/01N SW10 EX LOTS G.I 24 8S 22 LOT 66 OP KCE J0 Jt1UTZ

I ALEXANDER PEARL MAE GREGORY JOSEPH E t 4RIGHT .AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 17 RIVERRIOGE TRAILOKMONO'BEACN 000* 8O1 4 H REPLAT I I"II
Q48110000100p0900100 12110 66TH AYE N % GREG ARDEN PLASTERS FL 320T4 ST..IIKII.'L 32091 1

(387.23 SEMINOLE FL 33942 6511 NM 29TH TEAR 09161-0-00300 12 8S 22 LOT IT OP LAKE 14 aS 22 PAUL OP NEI/4 OP 03819-C-00003 O9969-0-00000 oq101"00

9.00 AC OR BO 3 P06.CRIFFIS 19 TS 22 COM AT SW COR 0' GAINESVILLE, PL 32691' R-397220Q 1546.13: BEDFORD SHORES N&I0' SWl/4 RP 29789 R-1061290 (943.03 .- -160.f$3L I

MATHEW A C GLORIA SEl/. OP SE1/4 e 66A' TOM 28 IS 22,COM AT NU COH 0'SWI 100.00..t 0491 PT3 297893 10.89 AC ORB3 >4 COURTNAY JACK M t .RIL'.tf!:

4429 SR 216MIODLEBURG BURY OF GR RO N 160TC /. OF NK1/4 RUN S 313''* NEWMAN RONALD E SR, 014690OOOOOR1U14200 01663-6-00000 COU1RNAV JACK C ASSOCIATEP PO SOX 1354KEYSTONE

FL 32068 POS M 100'. N SO' 8.I00 TO S R/M OP HWY SELY 7220 Ni IOOTH' AVE 1218.74 R-1041TOO 17.92 0 BOX 1334 HGTS. FL 32699A 5

10 TS 22 El/2 OR N1/2"OF 'r S 93' TO FOB RP-13 ALONG HWY 281.3', S 1499' GAINESVILLE, FL 32694 SEYMOUR DALE C 4ENOV MARTIN USA, INC KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLU6S6 24 8S 22 LOT 68 OP KCE .RC

$61/4 OF 1161/4 EX THg'S AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 32 7S 22 Sl/4 OP SMI/4 C/0 LANSING J ROY IT 2 BOX 208-C REPLAT

4 .ACRES C EX"'tIAIlC IN NE 0490O-O-O0800, SEl/6 ,. PO dOX T90 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 'LZ656 24 *S 22 KEYSTONE VILLAGE tlGSR

f0A BEING 208U' N t S R-0924400 HX *.266.6SH 050.7-O-00100 'I. '" KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PL SID IN SJRO EX LOT A 039690OO009.01' '
AOD'L LEGAL. SEE TAXROLL T MILTON R-0944900 ( O3146-0-00000 32616II 14 IS 22 A STRIP 432 PT N4 R-1086000 (30.11VJA

'" BOX 19'HMI'TON 20.00 AC ORB63 -T3 R-09T2900 '21 1.99 BS 22 LOT 1 OF 8LK A S BY 12 FT I C t On SIC O3819-O-03300 COURTNAY JACK M" C ARlLyr >P2SPO

04801-O-OOOOO < .> PL 32044 MELTON CLARENCE .M JR t 1."oOAC ORBS ,PO Of THE HAVEN S/O. LINE BETWEEN SECS'13 t 14 R-106T300 (1.411.31 BOX 1334 AIIATZ

R-0900200 HX(779.99 19 TS 22 CON", AT Sw COR OP P.O BOX 383 KYLE HAARY H C MARY ANN EX */l JACK COURTNAY C ASSO KEYSTONE HGTS FL 3261** IJ

10.00 AC, ORS36 P14 SE1/4 OF SE./., E ALONGSLY HAKPTON. PL 32044. RT 3 BOX 998STAKKE. 01469-0-00100 P O 80X 1334 24 (S 22 LOT 69 OP KCE ,1

WAGGONER RONALD- C MARIORT BOY 660 N 660* W 28 TS.22,. Nl/2 OP SMI/4 0"1 PL 12091 R-1014100 HX (114.26 OS.T6-O-00000 KEYSTONE H TS.'L 3266 REPLAT OA

3 BOX 1135. J .*6' FOR POB. S-392 E Srtl/4; 34 75 22 ALL Nl/2 OF 1.00"C ORD 363P 237 R-1051000 .5.1.' 24 IS 22 LOTS 4 12, 14.

STARKE. FL 32091 100' N 392' M 100' TO PQB t h../. S Of HI, OR 121-220 SEYMOUR DALE E 16.18 AC ORB3 .P 17-26,33 OP ARI4000S EX 03975-0-00300! 'dUO
10 TS 22 SMI/4 Of SW1>4 050 .-0-001" O"" PO BOX 439KEYSTONE GRIFPIS DANIEL J C JAMES LOTS 8.9,10,11 R-1086600 .30.1,1, I

OP NEI/4 RP 29t 24 297829 0491S-0-OO100 R-094T800 (19T.TB 09168-O-00200 HEIGHTS PL P O BOX 61 COURTNAY JACK; M "';

147826 R-0926200 HX T0.23: 1.00..C 0197 PO R-0971300 (SO.88 32616 GIIAH.... FL 12042 09819-0-00332 PO BOX 1314 ",

SLA06 BARBARA. j'' SPOONER CAROLINE S 14.OO ACORHO? P 13 BS 22 I-A IS NW COR OP 22 8$ 22 BLKS 1,2C 3 OF R-1068200 (7T0.94 KEYSTONE HGTS. FL 32634; .
I ISTAMKE.
04803-O-001O4 P 0 BOX 65 RT 3 lOX 24 HERSEY EL3ERT, K C 16TSY SWl/4 CP uei/4 ex Ei/2 GOVT LOT 1 IM LAK'SI-5E CDURTNAY JACK M I MARILYNP 24 a$ 22 LOT 75 OP KCE .

-0'Ol500"1I (112.82 HAMPTON" FL '32044 FL 12091 RT 3 aOX 6"2 It S/O EX THAT PORT WHICH O BOX 1354 REPLAT ,

1.00..C. ORB25 '16 19 TS 22 ULK I 29 TS 22 COM AT PT. WHERE STARKE FL 32091 01471-0-09OOO LIES S OF GR RO KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32656

PADGETT KENNETH t SHEILA. WLY BAY OP NH1/4 OP 34 TS 22 NVI1/4 OP NEI/4 N R-1O1490O (910.62 24 IS 22 LOT 32 ARIWOOQ 05985-O-00300 _

n 3 BOX 330 04934-0-OOOOO. NEl/. INT. SLY 80RV 9, HWV OF R1A.. .' ...aft.Ol17 KNIGHT RICHARD A 09676-0-00299 R-1386700 (1T6.T6

ITARKEt FL 32O9I R-092S200 309.1T 18,ELY 103 FOR ,)-')-00003 43 LEMA. LANE R-10'1200"X (1,007.49 05908-0-00000 5.00 AC OR91 PO S u

10 TS 22 -CON AT NM COR 10',00"C ORft PS AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROlL R-09T3700 HX (269.42 PALM COAST PL 32031 .30 .AC ORB3 P6 R-10T99OO HX 181.0.1 LIVERT MARJORIE C toO A

SEC E 23* TO ELYtW OP CO ALDERMAN' THOMAS J 12.00.C ORB 394P 1T4 13 8$ 22 W80' Of SIT9 OP SOULS LYNOALL t PAUL' OROW PUTCH PAUL E t PHYLLISPO 4249 MORENA LANE 'J3f

GR RO'S ON ELY KM 430.SI' 4S30 SE 7 PLACE 03039-0-oJlOO HOWARD R03ERT L t BARBARA, LOT 4 OF BLK A OP THEHAVEN RT 2 BOX 2T9 BOX 231KEYSTONE JACKSONVILLE. FL 32207_ ?O'

TO POB CONT S- 170.68' E OCALA, PL 326TI R-0948300 HX (201.21 RT 3 BOX 630 S/O KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PL HGTS FL 32636 24 45 22 COM AT NW COR 8... .'cSVI :

AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 20 TS 22 Ml/2 OP NE1/4 ..00 AC ORB3 P9 STARKE FL 32091 32636 24 IS 22 LOT 8 OP NCI /. OF SSI/4 OF NEI/. ,: Hi

OP RO C NE1/4 OP NE1/4 PALAOINO. THOMAS,, A C LISA 34 75 22 N4OO' OP NEI/4 05477001600R1016100 22 iS 22 ELK 1 OP GOVT REPIATOS9390OOOOO. RUN .SELY 216.4 FT FOR ft 2

0 80500010SO : P 0 BOX 364 OP SEl/. RP-334683-314684 72.07 LOT 1 S UP SR S-21-B ( POB CONT SELV .,..6.T.AJ YS

(229.34 0.-0-00100. HAMPTON, FL 32044 I OAVll STANLEY TRI-ANG PARC OESC OR AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLUxf.IW
:: I '
:. AC ORB 3730'333STARLING R-0928500 ''MX $176.99. 29 7S 22 E 299' OP NE 1/4 OS204-0-OOOOO RT 6 BOX 93CENTRALIA. ; IJ4-1IT 8108210051.29

RONALD C REGINA 1.71 AC ORB P 9 OF SE 1/4 LYING SLY OP R* R-0979300 (1,493,14 IL 62831 COUKTNAV JACK M t MARILYNPO 01993-O-OOOOO IVSLO

At 3 BOX UL' 1 YOUNG IRVING Tux R/W 19.00..C. ORB 36TP 326 13 8S 22 LOT 16 C 1/21 03487-0-01100 BOX 1334KEYSTONE R-10B7TOO HX T86.k0-H

STARKE. FL 32091 1 139HAMPTON WAGNER EOrfARO J C MARY K INT IN LOT 9 LAKEVIEW S/O R-1033SOO 70.47 HEIGHTS. FL RICHARDS DONALD S KRIirllfld

10 TS 22 CON AT NM COR OP ( FL 32044 D9043-O-O1400 C/O JOHN H JONESPO BALDWIN. JOHN O JR 32656! RT 2 SOX 16O-T IAAAHKEYSTO

SECTION. RUN S894441. E' 20 TS 22 E 266."' OP S. R-0990000 726.43 DRAWER 1O30 OS47T-0-01700 1409 NW 60TH ST 24 IS 22 LOT 30 UP KCE > 6 HGTS, FL 32656 O *)

418.6O' TO POB. 369' OF SMI/4 OP NEl/. EX 12..' AC ORB 397P 298 STARKE FL 32091 R-1016900 (73.29 GAINESVILLE FL 32401 REPLAT. 21 8S 22 COM AT N6 COR OTkAJ

tl9.444l E 409.88*. N90'_. ROUSE( OONALO R ET ALPO 3, TS 72 S22.4'.UF Sil/. OAVIS STANLEY MRT 22 8S 22 LOT '11 OP SANTA SECT RUN W ..6.1' FOR POB 8S

AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL O4914OOO201R092860O BOX 1913 OP SSI/ LYING W OP 6 BOX 93CENTRALIA. PE VISTA UNRECD S/D t 05937-0-00000 S TO LAKE. WLV ALONG LAKE .11

HX (186.53 rULEE PL 32097 SR-100. EX "/'ll IL 6201 El/4 OP ILK 4 GOVT LOT 2 R-1082890 ( 0.11 150' N TO S R/<4 HWV 21,

04I03-0-OO110 I 2.3'.C. ORB9I P99 Z9! TS 22 LOTS 14,16,17 OP 13 8S 22 LOT 17 OP LYING W OP LOT 11 SANTA' COUHTNAV J.CK" t MARILV fOIlS R/W 150 TO 8ES.' : <,'P
-0902900 S..61 I YOUNG IRVING T IV C LI2A9PO HIDDEN OAKS UNRECO S/O. 03218A01000R0983900 LAKEVIEW SID C UNOIV 1/21 FB VISTA PO BOX 1314KEVSTONS ) '

1.74 AC ORB6 P BOX 92HAMPTON. (90.92 INT IN LOT 9 HGTS. FL 32696 06001-0-00000 ljJl

OLIN HARK 1 FL 32044 D9096-0-00102 HUBER DAVID L 05601001200R1053600 24 IS 22 LOT 37 OP KCE R-10887OO (53.63J t

f 0 DRAWER 2BOITARKE. r 20 TS 22 COM se COR OP I-099220O (..*.... RT 3 BOX T19 0348SAOI800R101980O I (64.29 REPLAT R H C O INC ,Iyl

FL 32091 I /. OP NE1/4 N 2T9 POS 1LIVERIA FLORENCE STARKE FL 32091 ( 1.68 BALDWIN JOHN 0 JR r391l-0-00000 RT 2 BOX 316 'IPAT,

10 TS 22 CON AT SM COR OF M 266.9 N 5O9TO SLY R/M I'' O SOX 1233 j 01 BS 22 LOT 10 RITCHEY NEWMAN RONALD E SR 1409 NW 60TH STG..INESVILLe.'L 1-10)2400 50.11 KEYSTONE HOTS. FL 3Z43** ,s

Hi 1/4 OF NW 1'. OP NM I CO GR RO PAL? ALONG R/M STIIIIE.'L( 32091 EST AS. OESC OR 290-631 72211 NE 100TH AVE 32601 :OURTNAV JACK M t MARILYN 23 8$ 22 COM AT IMT OF S. MI

IFOR FOB fOOt E110* AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL tO' TS 22 LOTS 2. 3. 413 GAINESVILLE. 32609 22 8S 22 LOT 12 OP SANTAFE I'D' BOX ..1314IEYSTONE LINE POIHTVIEW RD WITH

S490.2T WHO', N66O.4Z ,I ,- OP ELK 1 GOULO PARK' 09218-A-01TOO 13 8S 22 LOT 18 OP VISTA UNRECO S/O C HUTS PL 32636 ELY R/'" '''W'' 21, RUN SLY7fStO

TO PUB 049J8-0-O0400 R-098390O 91.94 SMOKERISE S/O 1/12 INT INTO THE M40 0* (4 8S 22 LOT 33 OP KCE ON ELY R/4 436.63. EJn. -A

R-092980O S123.40 J506S-O-OOOOO TYLER ROBERT L t OELMA El/4 OF BL.K4 GOVT LOT 2 REPLAT ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL. VM

04603-0-00113, .... 3.19 AC OR661 P44YOUNG'IRVINCCr t-0993900 I L C NARY' 26.39 PO 80X 3 Ff R 3058.-! .. I 03488OOOOOOR1O21000' '97.09 obol-d-OooO0"' .. .".61"'Jl .. """"'"'46001-0-00300 09
I-09031000' 9..1..1 IVf's VI2ABP JONES( ,,':!>It. c, ,. / ,LA4TCV, \ .1 03939-0-pO.OOVy1, : ,"AU
; 8 6pLIN7MA D'EOX'92' 3 lA,'''1. V3J.HAMPTON ..0 Bp ... DL ."uo- .01.CI 22 I."lqll', u i 2.04 AC ORBS P3 R-ioi6Toq ; WsLy"'$g0.GRIFF44 R-1083000 ,,i .i0tllCOURTNAY .S-10'1'0,% AN K A"C.\.t' 6.
: RP183,2l :) '';" fl tf14 XOU t T I .. L; 1\:4 AItCHEY' !'$Trsoo 0'J.CLIFTON EMbROSB M _t90Ili4 ''P4 JACK M C' MAli lLYN I' OAR8V iGRBGQRVj J RELY CTUJ
C ,
2t 4II'l'E7 dI" ,I >S <* 01!,
'
f 0 DRAWER 2BOITARKE 20 TS 22 "tHe ''t>F 'SEl/.". "o'"iS" 'COM 2.1-'S'Z' Oqv uw ,1! 1082 IOVLMILO 011 JAMESU"J. ; -' ,. PO BOX 1334KEVSTONE RT 2 BOX 316 "jo.i' 1
FL 32091 I IF- NE 1/4. LYINGS OP CO GRRD. NIl COR OP NE1/4. NE1/4 WINTER HAVEN. PL- 3388O PO BOX 61 ", HGTS. FL 32656 KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32616

111. TS 22 CON AT SM COR OPM j EX S2T9. t l RUN S 223FT FOR FOB'HEN 09218-0-00100 13 aS 22 COM AT NE COR OP G.AHM.'L 32042" 24 (S 22 LOT 34 OF KCE 23 8$ 22 BEG INT S LINEcittOPOINTVIEM

1/4 OP NM- 1/4 OP" NM RUN M 109PT S 68FT R-0904600 HX (.51.., SEl/. Of NEI/4. M 1694.3 22 8S 22 Ml/2 OP SEI/4 OF RE FLAT RO t E II,6 dO R

TO 04938-0-OOTOO I! I09PT N TO POB 1.70 AC OR872 PTO M/L TO WLY "/" CO GR RO Nil/4 EX R/W SR-21 E ON S LINE l2.3fiTIhZ
1/4 N30 Clio FOB.
110, S690.12' R-0930100 (22.49 PARRISH. .ALBERT ( DOROTHY POM POB, CONT W .7....'* 09941-0-OOOOO S .S...*, MLV 118.16' Tfljoi;
CONT E 3.TO AC ORBS PIALDERMAN 99071-0-OOOOO" P 0 BOX 737 ADD'L LEGAL SEE ,TAXAOII. I 01713000100R1097400 R-1003200 HX 84.46 .AOD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLJrWA12

!all" N690.2T' TO'POfJ: THOMAS G' I-O994200 (273,17 KEYSTONE HGTS fL 32636 054(8-0-00104 1 (81.02 LANCE RICHARD J C RONOA. Jit B\

'WI"-8-00000'' -O-ORAMER 190 JONCS E L MRS 01 8S'22 BEG AT INT N 1021900 34.19 1.26 AC ORB PS PO BOX 332KEYSTONE 06001001900R1090600 $53.63 MI

afc 3.." ..HAMPTON PL' 12O44 1'0 BOX 144KAMPTON LINE OP SWI/4 OP SM1/4.C .33-AC ORB3 PI RELISH MICHAEL A HGTS FL 32694

1-0903400 13.00 AC :1EX.I'0*;*:j*:"<,t.'>3FORSVTM I 20 TS l.i' THAT PORT' OP PL 32044 liLY R/M SR-100. PRIME' PROPERTIES INC cia ROSEBUD TOY STORE 24 8S 2* LOT 41 OP KCE DARBY GREGORY S C BETTYILCCO

Nl/2 Of. SE1/4 OP ..1./.. I tO, TS 22 CON 353FT C OPM M343'S2M 211.99'. PO BOX 10129JACKSONVILLE ; B99 VANOERBUILT BLVO REPLAT, RT 2 BOX 316 taO-
MASCO 1EST
LYING N OP. RO.0495OO00000. COM OP NEl/. OP Nlls /. AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL .' PL 3224T ....I'LIS.'L 33941 KEYSTONE HGTS, FL 326S4JA3q
.c. ,
JOMHSt I IITAlIxe. 1 RUM S28FTFOR POI 13 8S 22 PARCEL. AS OESC 23 BS 22 BEG AT sw COR OP. 019V3-O-OO04O 23 8S 22 COM AT INT OF '%? O1

3 BOX34f. : RO9i WEN U 10''' N 233PT. EOSFTt'S O121B-0-00200 IN OR 14T-419 BEING SECT N 724.021' TO CO CMRD -183400 890.92 "'N OP POINTVIEW OR S Sn<|AT2

PLc: I I ,, 8322,17 TO .POB R-09B4TOO 116.21 .3.20' STRIP SELV ON CO RO TO SLIME COURTtMV JJK' *,* t MARILYN R/M OP SR-21 C ON S R/gj 81
SMI/4 R-0933600
OP OP
75.22' wilt I
10 3.14..C. ORB 3T9P 203 OF SECT. W ...0..9'"OO'L PO BOX una.YSTONI 124.3 TO 1'08. CONT e j MI
Wl/4' eX,'-AC<< ID'S* CORK 2.86..C. ORB 396P- 280PARRISH
'
15076-0-00300 WARD FRED oRT 09908OOOOOOR102490O LEGAL SEE TAXROLlOS71400009U HGTS FL S241 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
PAW IN MT con or SMIA ALBERT DOROTHY I
: R-O953000 (48.32 3 BOX 720 HX 5S9.,. 24 8S 2* LOT 43 OP KCERCPLAT
OP> ..ti1l4OP.NAl14DO .PO BOX 1STKEYSTONE' O6003-A-00300 8a34410
AC ORBT P 32091 .
.TT ST..IIKI.'L JOHNSON SHIRLEY PRANKRT
$ 'L. LEGAL.: SC* TMROLt HEIGHTS. PL SAflORA P AT SW COR OPSSCTION. (32*.24 R-1092200 (
32636 WOOOARO 01 (S 22 COM 2 BOX 243 R-109T80O 11S'J
2 '0"C ORB 5:1: ,
PO BOX 326, RUN S4911'93 E KEYSTONE HGTS, FL 92496 20.)0 AC O" S-O-OO"UO .
7S'22' FT OP Sl/2
E 178
STAFFORD
20 EASTERLING
0480S-0-00300 HAMPTON fL 32044 331.20 TO .Plld.SD9ltS3 13 8S 22 BEG AT INT OP S LEWIS JOE EST R-1013600 .SO. IXRAT2US
K0903800S9S.13 'OF SMI/4 OF SE1/4'EX LOT*" 30 TS 22' COM:.AT SW COR Of E 333' TO N R/, LINE OP LOT 9 OP BLK A MT OSCAR LEWIS COURTNAV JACK N C MARILYNPO 8821 SM 11ITH TERR 26
2.00..C. ORBT9 P99 IN SE COR, TV''EtM1 BY 100 N : TAXROLL SEVENTH .AVE BOX 1334 GAINESVILLE. FL 32608 ,
NE 1/4 OP NE 1/4 AOO'L LEGAL SEE PLEASANT S/O WITH ELY R/M 8731 ? 1
.
fOS TH KIHBOHI PALS 397.30' 354.31' TO FOB 'E OP ST RD S-21. NLV ON R/W JACKSONVILLE. 3220B KEYSTONE HGTS, FL 32656 25 8S 22 NORTH 1/2 Of LOT

3 BOX 551' 133* N24T.50 M139. 03223-0-OOOOO AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL ,, 24 IS 22 El/2 OF NEI/4 OP 24 BS 22 LOT 49 OP KCE 3 IN GENEVA WOODS ',r.' ,

ITARKEt FL 32091 O4952-O-OOOOO ".7., TO P08. R-O98560O (63.60 SW 1/4 REPLAT. ioJtI
tO TS 22 2 AC IN NE CORa R-0933900 (919.19 BOOTH ROBERT G 03134-O-O03OO 06005-..-00.00 '. ..

Srf 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OP NW 16.,0..C. ORB 39409 0'01800030&R09"100 942 CIMOMERON RD R-1O219OO (221.74 OS81T-B-0030O 09946-0-00000 R-1092400 11I3.2'1'aa2.50 ; [
> W DORMINEY'JAMES M SR t GER ((214.7! ISO." AC OR81 P I
1/4 BEING 231.4t E C (23.93
TAMPA, FL 33 O3 riAPER RUFUS A C MARY R R-1061300 11-10.5700 AAA.
1Y 376.41* N t S PO BOX 92 KYLE H M C MARY ANN' 01 6$ 22 LOT 9 ON 4336 VERONA AVE FRITZ JACOB COURTNAY JACK "M.' C MARILPO WANTON ANNIEBELLE ,.?

HAHTON..L 32044 RT 3 BOX 398STARKE LAKEVIEM EX THAT. PORT IN JACKSONVILLE, PL 322O9 273 f 14Tri AVE APT 101 BOX 1334KEYSTONE AT 2 BOX 2590 ,
15-0-00006/ 20 TS 22 Nl/2 OP SMI/4 OF FL 32091 A C. XX H'TS.'L 32656 HELROSEi FL 32666
CLAY COUNTY OP CRYSTAL 13 8S 22 LOT 3 OP BLK E VANCOUVER. 10.
EX- 2 A IN NM CON EX 30 TS 22 LOTS 3. 4. 9. 6 LOT 4 OP .
-09S440U ....61 SE1/4 LAKE HOMESITES NT PLEASANT S/O 00000 24 aS 22 LOT 46 OP ICE 23 8S 22 GENEVA rr.WOOjDS .
1.00 ACORB 33TP 303 1 1/2 AC S C W OPCO RO. IN MC CALLS ADD EX A/W I CANADA REPLAT EX Sill l tJ0: s I

CONKklN BERNICE: 'M'ET-AL" CHANGED WITH ERRORS ,i 05249-O-OOOOO 05355A01900R1034300 24 8$ 22 M 1'' OP E 479'OP .003-A-u...... ON K I.1092500 ?

C/0 TERENCE N BROWN OIOT9001206 R-O948600 (463.71 HX 301.40 S 120' OF N 300' OF OiVV7-O-OOOOO \- fll.19qi1

P 0. ORAMER 40 04993-O-00000 R-0938200 .2.S.14 ,i JOHNS JEAN .M SCHAFER JEFFREY H C DIANA. N 1/4 OP Nrfl/4 BEING LOT R-1O83100 HX ((88.7 2.30 AC ORB 380P 2199 ul.OHi
(228.2T OR* 362P 'S
ST..IIIIE.'L. 32O91l R-09341OO 1.00..t cia FLEET FINANCE RT t BOX 269-O 3 OF aLK 3 UN-RECOR980 CANNON. LYNN E GREGORY ALAN MAI2
3T9P. 119 DAVIS GREGORY S C MELISSA
TS 22 WE 1/4 OP NE1/4 5.00..C. ORB PO BOX 1094 KEYSTONE HGTS, FL 32616 PLAT. POBOX 1843 114 ST LOUIS BLVD ia tI$
,
Of SE1/4 EAST OP RO EX I' FLEET FINANCE t MORTGAGE PJ BOX 362 'ST..AK.'L. 32091 13 8S 22 PARC 18 OP BLK AIN KEYSTONE HGTS FL 32696 RUTH BENO IN 4661T IBW

I-AC IN SE COR ( EX PORT C/0 JAMES R FLYNN HAMPTON FL 32044 I 01 BS 22 LOT 31 ON PINE SILVER RIDGE 05611001100R1063100 24 *S 22 LOT 47 OP KCC >4 8S 22 SIll OF LOT 4 O\2 I
30 TS 22 LOTS 6.7.8 OF
S6AOO'L 403 M GEORGIA ST (111.27
N OF A 1-AC TRACT IN AVENUE UN CAYSTAL LAKE REPLAT ENEVA MOOOS
12 'IN HAMPTON
TAXROLL STIIIIE.'L 32091 BLK AC 333T2P 28 SitlO
LEGAL, SEE HONES lIES 0,649AOOAOOR1040100 1.19
196 20 TS 22 COM AT SE COR OP 224.83 ARI MOOOS .AJSOC. INC O3941-O-OOOOO 06003-A-OO500 tO-A +

5"1OP SEl/.. RUN M19H 03079001300R0958400 05233-O-OOOOO 9.59 AC 1':111011: 1334A6YSTONE : R-1043900 (90.11 4-109260O (503.**10

""1Z5-0-0 200 TO POB. N66O'W198 (14,74 R-O989200 iaa.ll COURTNAV JACK C MARILYNP HEIGHTS 'LU6' COURTNAV JACK M 2a.00..C. ORB30 .P83 XOnMAVHAIR

H-09O810O 133.82 5660', 196' TO FOB RHEA PAUL E BOOTH MICHAEL J ETAL 0 BOX 1314 PO BOX 1354KZYSTONE J C l4'1 M-

3.00 AC ORBS Fl ,.P 0 BOX 188 .942 CIMMERSON OR KEYSTONE HGTS. FL 32616 24 *S 22 COM .AT SE COR OP HGTS FL 32416 AT 2 BOX 2174 U tio!
PL 32666
GREEN WILLIAM'" E II 04954-O-0020O MELROSE. TAMPA. FL 31603 13 US 22 Sl/2 OP Su 1/4 SECTION. RUN N0019tl E 24 *S 22 LOT 48 OP lice MELROSE FL 32666 II M 3
.. 30 73 22 Will OP ALLEVMAt
1021 M MADISON' ST R-0934400 .106. IN BLK 13 OP HAMPTON ( 01 *S 22 LOTS 19, 63, 6T OF' 501/4 E4490P SE 1/4 1S23.74* TO FOB. lIi'I.AT. 25 8S 22 LOTS 3-8 GENEVAN' Z
STARKEt FL 32091 2.26 AC ON PING OP CLH OP SMI/4 EX PORT INPARADISE '' N00.14'13 E 201.10. WOODS 213
SLY 10' .AOJ TO LOTS 9-8
M TS 22 NLY 3 ACS OP TIMMDNS. ANDREW t'FOEOOIE, VIEW UNRECO PLAT _AOO'L LEGAL SEETAXROLL_ 0144-0-00000
OP BLK 13 OP TOWN OF
_}*!/. Of( S$I/. OF N41/4 PO BOX 9H..MPTON. 03323000000R0993700 AOO'L LfGAL SEE TAXROLL05649AOOA O9819-A-0019A H-1084000 50.11 06003-A-00900 It til
HAMPTON
04131-0-00900 FL 32044 (196.91 R-I06410O (701.'. COUftTNAV JACK M t MARILYNPO R-109Z730 HX (2j4.-..
20 TS 22 COM .AT SE COR OF MARSHALL C OELC130O lOll 1354KEYSTONE AC ORB S66P 3990
19 ,
MrilTTON G COURTNAV. JACK M c ASSOCIAP 2.50
.'. 090T4-0-01309
R-0910900 'S09 M .'2' OF E 858 OP Sl/2 CASA VISTA OR R-U4O330 HGTS. FL 32636 RANSOM. ALBERT M SR C SHlJM
O BOX 1334
9.00 AC CRA4B F42. SII0' SE1/4M 100 R-0938TOO 114.21 34693 24 65 22 LOT 49 OP KCC 936 JA ifi
PALM. H..IIBOR.'L. 6.00 AC ORB .209.2'1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. 'L516S1 PO BOX
EDWARDS DAVIS GEORGE E C GREGORYPO
460
L K IIIT 10' CONT M 10 ) N -
POB 73 32666
t
BOX 93 01 8S 22 LOTS 69,71 GR1PFIS JOHN GPO AEPLAT ,,i MELROSE. FL 1
2 BOX *IOEOOICKt TAXROLL- i
GENEVA"
LEGAL SEE
,FL J2484 L HAMPTON. PL 32044 ON OAK OP CRYSTAL LAKE BOX 398RA1FOA3 24 'S 22 INDIAN LAKE 23 AS 22 LOT 9 OF

IS TS'22 CON .AT NE CON M I 0496O-O-0050O 30 TS 22 LOTS ,-. BLK 13 HUMESITcS OR 126351OS3.000001) FL 32083 OOJS S/O. EX LOTS 01910-0-00000 ( 0.11 WOODS EX 5121I'.3."IU,552 ?*
POB SHOES 'I HAMPTON OR 128-276 13 IS 22 BEG AT S4 COR OP 1-4.1..( 19-18 R-1994100 'u-1
440.S4I S 427.80'TO (1O8.84
R-0936OOO HX LOT 32 OP KEYSTONE OAKS COURTNAY JACK' 'M" C MARILYNPO t06003A00901
M 30.70' TO ELY I AC ORB 368P 88 4FlU
(.00 $39.4CMAT.IIS BOX 1)34KIYTONE .
R-0993800 9ll10 395.83'" .
*' /M SR 100 SELY ALONG R/M BURGER .PAUL. O C DOROTHYPO R-0418900 03079-0-01113' (101.21 I i HELEN JANICE SOOI498 R 699.97' TO O1819A00103R1944200 $174..9 HGTS. FL 32636 R-1O9280O $1132i3h!
*
00'L, ,LEGAL SEE TAXROLL BOX 146 CROSBY VIRGINIA T ( 14129 E TRUMBALL ST AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL COURTNAY JACK M 24 .S 22 LOT SO OP KCC 2.10 AC 3J
: "A"PToH.'L 32044 MHlTTIERi CA 90604 1394KEVSTONb RE FLAT COURTNAY JACK 'M" + ,:
P 0 BOX
KATHERINE. M HANAPORO
0444O-0-00300. 9 C 6 0'i
I 20 TS 22 LOTS 01 8S 22 LOT 43 ON O1649-A-O1300 HEIGHTS FL PO BOX 1354KEYSTONE 3iT2
1-0911400 *41S. 1 i SAXON'S S/O.OP SW10' p 0 BOX 8 CYPRESS OP CRYSTAL LAKE R-104190O (98.22 U6"I. OJ9S2-0-00000 HGTS. FL 326 *kS

1)0.00'..c ORB F3HOERNAN SMI/4 H.'TON.'L 32044 HOMCSITES Sale EUGENE ( ROSEMARIE BS 22 LOTS 1. 3 INDIAN R-1084100 (9O.11 25 8S 22 Sill OF LOT 9->ja
1 30 TS 22 LOT 13 t S 20'
THOHAS : COUMTNAV JACK. M t MARILYN. HOODS
OP LOT 14 BLK 13 IN 112 COOK RO LAKE WOODS / GENEVA 4.03
"Uo ,
SE T PLACE 04980-O-OO10O
I' 09349-0-00000 PROSPECT, CT 06712 PO- BOX 1314KEVSTONS
OCALA 32471l 110.49 HAMPTON' OR 127-342 I I
fL' R-0938800 8T9.6 HGTS, FL 1263
06003-A-01300
R-0997900 13 OS 22 LOT 13 OP 03819-A-01TOO (l "
5 "'u Ml/2 OP SMI/4 OP'(' i 3.04 AC ORB08- P14RHODEN 09079OO3003R0999800 HANCOCK ANNEX INC. KEYSTONe OAKS 1344701 T4.32 24 (S 22.LOT 92 OF KCSRIPLAT R-1093200 $92 l
Iil/4'OF Ml/2 I'FO -
SWl/4 t GLORIA
84O1 NM 13TH ST COURTNAV JACK C ASSOCP 2.00 AC ;..WIUPAGAN
IE1C EX THAT PORT U OFBR BOX 81 (396.49 G..INESVILLe.'L. 32606 JACK W I ANN'" VIAll t
05H'AOl.o1RIo.aooo O BOX 1314 '
Jtp t IX Sril/4 Of SE44AnVL1 HAMPTONFt 32044 OLIVER1A FLORENCE I! 01 8S 22 LOTS T9 C 81 ON $1 ,410.40 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PL 01940-0-00000' po aox 1111KEYSTONE >'QI
SMI/4 It33
LEGAL SEE TAXROLL TS'22 SE1/4 OP PO BOX (90.11 32
21 'f CYPRESS STREETCRVSTAL PONS JOHN A BELV1A 32496LOT R-1089100 H TS.'L 94T:,
I OP CO GR RO 5'11111.1.' 32091 HONESIIES COURTNAY, JACK N t MARILYNPO 22 LOT 13 OP GENVv
LAKE RT i BOX 134-4 IT OF INDIAN LAKE 23 83
0"U4o-0-booO\J! .. J 30 TS 22 S 100 OP LOTS .
1314KEVSTONE 3-ACS
3(640 BOX M
EX
H-09U400 $lt09*.,9 "04992000300'R094140O' 1-' OP OLK 30 IN BLANTONSAOO 0$393004900R10034.5400 IITHOIN8.'L WOODS HGTS PL 32414 WOODS J III
-AT COt OP
SE
COM
13 8S 22
32O.OO AC ORB F3IOERHAN I. OR808 91.27 P04 HXORU1 P3s98 NSI/4 OP Sil/.. W 01819-fl-OOOOO 24 (S 22 LOT 60 OP KCCI 06O01A01400R109130O .raaU

THOMAS' ,J' f 2.96 AC K. C 111 6 DEBSTAR 384.7C.N 31E 277.84' R-1O4480O 6I42.4O I REPLAY '5]'-.,}-,
P
DONNA
U10' SE 1 PLACE ALLEN ROBERT M t OS1ST000601 TURNER THOMAS Tll PDA POS CONT N n.E 4.1..C. ORB4 POS1ALKIR 10.00"C OR8T3 P*.*.,,*,,
OCALA 32471U BOX 3SS R-09TO6OO 312.47 RT 1 BOX 0$942060000R1083300
FU i PU AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL OEMEV C LINDA PAGAN JACK w l ANN Y UOJC
t 32091 AC ORB P4BARRENTINC 31044
4.99
NE1/4
TS 22 El/2 OP STARKE PL ....MPTON.'L 50.11
..,1/. OP _1/4 1 El/2 OP !, 24 7S 22 COM .AT SI COR OP JAMES I .SR c 0' .S Z2 COM 71154.44'00 1324 VALLEY. HILL OR COURTNAV JACK N C MARILYN. PO BOX 1111 HGTS PL U.6r.s.in T4
/. C N. COR OP LUCILLE V IWI/ OS444-B-00200 LAKELAND.. PL 33813 KEYSTONE
_
1340.49TO 0'
.1/. t IWlOf'NVI N NW1/
1394KCVSTONE
i'slC C FOB -1O432OO (4O.74 24 BS 22 COM AT MOST WLV 'PO BOX 2* BS' 22 LOT 14 OP IOE"EI'A.1
_16 NMt/4 OP SE1/4 VI66.66'TO PO BOX 4183SARGENT A/W SA-52S 32496
1/* OP SW1/4 6 SEI/4 OP TO a HGTS PL OP LOJ *
I 146.44' S N 21O'. M COURTNAV JACK COR OP LOT 20 KCE RIPIATS24 WUOQS M i-ACS J'J'IO
TX 77414 943.36
M .
PEI/4. r .POB.CONT CONT E 21 LOT 42 OP KCC
8S
TAXROLL t PO BOX 1314 .f 323"'TO POll COAT S 24
"DO' 1L1G" -SI' TAXROLL 31 7S 22 BEG AT INT OF.4LY .-. AOO'L ,tGAL SEf 32696 REPLAY
HCTS PL 06OO3-A-01300
A41s9O00000Ml0.0o ./11I LINE SR-329 AND KEYSTONE 19. 295" S40M
13 89 22 LOTS *.) OP AOO'L LEGAL SEC TAXRCTLL R-li>*..oo 3BOw2.1l
,.09 CO GR S
<22 05OO8-9-OOOOO LY: I'" RO M 410 0394-0-00000 1 09961-0-00000
PARADISE VIEW UNAeco SID AC J.0 'ACOURTNAV
.5..51 13.00
1C. OR.8. P2T R-0943400 9T4.34. AR. ./" '30'. E 410, NLY -IOO400O { -106' ,0 (30.31 JACK .N ln A4

"1.0ERIIoTHO""S *>: r't. 19O.QAAC. ORt PO AOO'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL 10.00.AC ORB 3701' 218 COURTNAV JACK 'H" C MARILYNPO r at
1134 DO
M i SUSAN PO BOX
4110 II T,PL ACE BARRY. MARTHA. J HAMILTON' IEORA.CRT BOX 1314RYTONE KEYSTONE HGTS PL 32.9.,X

OCALA Fl*. 31671. :VJ4 PO BOX 948 32091 .. JiiwESVILLE. PL 31609 HOTS. fL 3243 29 *S 22 LOT 19 OP GENEVA
TS Ml/2 OP SMI/4 STAIIIII..L 'oO OP KCCI
22 OP 124 IS 22 LOT 61 ;d 4S
El/2 HOODS
N OP of
22 ALL SMI/4 8S 22 Nl/2
TS OS
pESt OR 104-319 27 I RCPLAT M. U.I .
ftV (. .SKI/4 OP N/1/4 5111. OP 'SMl/,4
'I.


,-
<' S

1 1E E

S
.
',". 1
:
''
'eo ,".<' '
'...- ::< ..



.- . .
'' -' - '' '' -' - '' ., . .. -' "" ,.... .
," ,J.If ...,.







\ >

-';'; . '
.Aie8 BRAJtyORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH May 1990

,


Bradford newspaper 2. This County order of general, Florida be published,circulation not less In than In a Tax The Bradford Collector's Count Tax Notice.Collector's.. Office will be closed May 21,22 Continue FIIP Troopers License, ,.

I [Leg J';Notices ] once each week for six consecutive and 23 for the ion and training of the Florida Division of Motor Vehicle Inspections

weeks herelnabove prior designated.to the return dote Vehicle's new computer system Bradford County .:

DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville BHS Alumni Membership Drive... The Florida Highway Patrol will

.. )'! f. N,""'" Florida, this 1st day of May 1990. To All Bradford High School Alumni and Friends be conducting driver license and

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT' and It further appearing that Defendant UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE As have heard and read'we : vehicle inspection checkpoints during
you in the
are planning of the
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. Randall E. Yon, Linda J. Yon, and Harvey E.Schleslnger Centennial celebration of stages the week of May It through May
year our high school.: In 1991 our school will be 4'
,
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Cynthia E, Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine SilO 6tchg 6/21; Cont. No.47S 100 years old. 17 on SR-21, SR-I, SR-230, SR-18,

CASE NO.l90-348.QV-.M6: 'World l cannot bs.eNod within the State If you are not a member of the Alumni we urge you to join and help us SR-16, CR-18, CR.IS, CR-21B. +
UNITED STATES Of AMERICA,. of Florida that It I Is not to CR-225 CR-125 CR-229 CR-231 tT
Plaintiff ; practicable NOTICE support this event. If;you are a member, renew your membership now, ,
.,. serve them personally for the THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD Mail your check for",00 annual dues to P.O. Box 1094 Starke FL 32091 CR-227tpR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
v.
whereabouts or residence of sold Defendants COUNTY, FLORIDA will require the services in Bradford County.Recognizing .
RANDALL E. YON; LINDA r.Yi: ;>>I: ore unknown and Defendants Randall of a Florida licensed firm to provide the danger presentedto

and CYNTHIA E..YON nfk/S CYNTHIA' !: : E. Yon, Linda j. Yon and Cynthia E. asbestos monitoring for an upcoming 1990 Pride World Drug Conference the public by defective vehicle !'

ELAINE WARFE \ **, Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine Warfel' haven abatement project. This project Is equipment, Troopers will concentrate -
D.f.ndant9. '11 Participants from over 60 nations Prominent politicians, athletes, \
.
; .f;voluntarily appeared herein; It Is expected to commence on or about June their efforts on vehicles being !
Ol:P F'J! ;....,' II, 1990, to be completed on or about the covened latest in information Orlando to learn about educators, scientist, and leaders in operated with defects such as bad ;
a ORDERED follows related to the business world were featured as brakes tires and defective '
as : July 9, 1990.Proposals worn
This co....'co"fi\; ; A 1 "1 11 drug research and learn of preven- speakers. Ideas were shared for programs
Defendants Randall E. Yon, Linda J. will be received In the office lighting equipment. In addition, at1'
Plaintiff* Motion f
Publication an* lt"oppir : Maine Warfel shall appear In this cause 1990, at 4:00 p.m., at which time they youth.The drug free society. The program formats who would violate the driver license
action has been n famous f9t\f 1 ''.and plead to the complaint filed herein .. will be evaluated and negotiations will convention for consisted of programs varied from serious to entertaining laws of Florida. .

mont of '0 Ufn against teet .x' Oft or before June 25, 1990, or In default commence. The contract will be awarded youth, parents, educators The Patrol has found these checkpoints -
situated In Bradford County wlhk, ..,. .thereof, the Court aha proceed to at the regular School Board meeting medical, government, business andBradford Dana Wilkison, Heidi Sapp and to be an effective means of en-

Middle District of Florida Mid4escrrb.d!! judgement In this cause to the extent May 29. Contact person Is Gene Tannerat industry. Sheila Harvey represented Lawtey forcing the equipment and driver

a. follows: ,provided for by Section 1655, Title 28, 964,6800, extension 78. County was represented Community School. Lindsey license laws of Florida while insur-
Lot 6, Block D, DoUwood ; by six students and two adults, sponsored Frelda Mitchell and Canlel
United States Code, as If said Defen- SilO 3tchg 5/24 Walkup, ing the protection of all motorists.
01 p.r plat thereof! r.cor4V;'! fli-'i : ;!,'dontl had been served with process Control No. 472, PO No. 1-2728 by FAD and the NEFEC. Spencer represented Bradford Middle -

3. Page, Section: 21, T_" ,? 6" '" (IIlthl" the State of Florida. School. Adult chaperones were Union CountyThe

Rang* 22 fail, |codfoff>tcyntft'''f Iva Jean Harrell and Jeanie Loper. Florida Highway Patrol will

be conducting driver. license and .

vehicle inspection checkpoints

i.w'urr Check the ing the week of May 11 through May
Aiif
IlnP
i 17 hi SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, &-241,

SR-238, CR-18 CR-237, CR-229.
U2 mItldshingf CR-125 CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-

,, 3lr ti1Ii14Gtih1 Classifieds! 796A in Union County


1 2N'.I11, ? IIN11 fin G ,,1 '; ,Ch >f ;:. 'IitUNIi'l;; o ST V! S t --


DURRANCE.PUMP & SUPPLY


on. m.) (1 t.: 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke
Eves & Weekends: 964-7578
'
lI hPfPas..l.4 t' $; ; ; ;'(;;
''4 0".t hw/h.-f/I twP//t7 .I1Y 4 Well Drilling -


,,/ nnst MTIOIULstAgn' j!(o rn0aQ. ODDKTya Residential & Irrlgal7onPump
.M I> I' / .I' )'
///'I'l'krhN "; .(jrj;T. / "kry/ FLORIDA N"'l'Yw rl'"fir.i/ I'T/0/y'I'fi ; /}

/' j'A-:' ( /' /1 /' .
7'#'";) "h/kl? "l iI'h.Id7O'I"I'/ J"l' I'Ywprl'/'I'/l'n//" '''N.I'.lhI'V ''I'/ c

/ >> lit, ,'M /.1/A p. s) : __{/ Opening Ti new business? m
A'ayiW/iii/r./ r',f//Iltil1'7 f/f fr //'/iriw/.4irf/ia7: : 'lnirir/air.'
Announcing an engagement?

Noa,1hQllfole.2( ip'/// r',!' -//,'/,,, ', .iln'r1w it mc'rj'd'fY'NI" Adding a new? member to Sales &
your family j

?''/?''' f4J ;'I''J.1. ;; ,(' Y'.f ,. >;,%;/", ,?J"l'/Ih1'-, : :; /f.1''I/;,, Whatever your news, be it Service On

.
I J. Invitations or announcements, why All Makes 9647061 -

.....t ; .. not let us print It (for you? After all, .
printing news Is what we do bestl? Ik#1305
L.'k.r .. .' .
: :; I f" ? -rv' We're happy to announce that ... ,
: ... ; ,.11 ... fili fEilfBl1111lrlfi! Ig''
.* "jfr3il.. *, j.,.*,"l.. we're now set-up to handle all

: : :. ;t'i' tit'I..dh' aspects of your personal and I

..: : '. business printing. And because .
j'P"L.
r ..l4 'i\\; I" .fin trshmony lDnrrro f. ,,,i1'101.I7.1".k'.J'r"/' we're used to working with tight :
.
,..- '
,
,
'.-ir.-,.":: :. ,".! ,;;}: :. ,) deadlines you can expect quick I
: ; $'"Mfj 7/m.1h 27th "HJIAIICR /%9oT'r
-
... ..-. ". .. .. ,/ turnaround time at very competitive EN! $ JO
.t...' ; (i rt rates-and we think that's some

/: i. o. 23005 ....- a vmvnnnrl Iowa -

.
; A,. /IM. 964-5764 .
'.. ( Deputy ,.. cowry ?+, i YY
:' '
,; ; ; 1
: "" 1''J +... '. 1 H, t I I lNUfJ' A Bradford Printers II h
9 F
.t., : (' -- V5
I i[ Yfifri IIKI f _
-
...'t.: t."lJ.4 ..fo" "-" ,

::.'. ; .!'. t '. ,

JotJ03-0-0,)}OO .::, .a10'UO3 1'IfiE6' 09.- ..00 100 "0603-0-09ll3 (I[C6053-0-00100 .ZlA0010 -
.< a-p 860Q HK (270.13 R-H1T100 HV (1.4<>T.3S R-1112930 (279.93
SZ, ..!'-,4; : R-l149509 518.6. ,
., AC 4' WW1'KIR. SHIRLEY HALL R03ERT T C PATRICIA .75 AC ORd 34dP 17 1.57 AC 039 P9 ,
Ct.UlCf )"V JACK' N f tl; :$nOWU !*'.';,Rr,4,: 8OX.'s l61 PU itOX 1602KEYSTONE BARTON. 9ESSIE LEE | |MILEV LOIS S : ..
.
'''J B3X 1354 .' ,.' '. tetROSe, ja 32666 HEIGHTS FL 2610 NC 12TH ST ..&0l MM Z8TH TERRACE I I
.cYSTONE MOTS,. FL '3256 : 2v* ,8 S 22 El/2 OF POLL 32656 .AINSSVILLE, FL 326O9 (GAINeSil E. FL 3Z606 \
85 22 .t.0* AT .(,S CJR) .dO"* "0' S OF NE CCR 5Ftf.t4OF 23 as 22 COM .AT TNT OF ''20 95 22 BEG AT NE CON OP 1 ,01 9S 22 TRACT A Of SANT6 -Il !
TRACT 1 39 .91' tO POft CO>ITf.i) .14'YcS 5'70 YDS E 70 YDS N CUR OF JJ1N S MFLS .4514' SS30 5514'4530' 01 1 ,OF LINE OESC AS POLL COM FASTHOW

100' E TO .1/2-sec. 'uVii. I.-. '.J1t.'f,. :\. .'poa'. PROPERTY. sq 64fc 184.33 TO I PUS SX PARC 150NSS 8Y AT Sw COR Of SFS OR FOR CAN o oG 1 '
1 'JO* Ta'PU9. ? :: _*,:'%" *' "t. A03'L LEGAL 565 TAXROLL AOJ'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL AOD'L. LEGAL SF6 TAXROLL
.
> 81Sr000000N'1099800' 0&0J- O 300-
,
GETmlNGS DONE
'juOOJ-0-OUJo'l '. : 142.04 06O34-0-00114 R-1113200 1186.63 06Z19-9-01300 I
'-l097330 79. J4-' :. ".OO.A ORB4S, "15 R-110T40O '1T3.39 5.1'.C ODO 303P 811 I ,R-1H1300 $315.44 '
'
1,19 A:.: .'9RI1.: .P CLAYTON .CORNELIUSp 3.24 AC ORS P4 M.COOLHE ERNEST J JR 6T A KEATOR CLARK L IN THE o :
URFNAY JACK.. N C, gROXN J"*I .,o SOX; i 42NEIROSE. FAGAN PAUL M C ANNE I P 0 JOX 307 PO BOX 173ALACHUAt o ,
JJ O'l( LJ54 i iis FL 32666 RT 2 SOX 305 MELR SE. FL 3266 FL 3261 0 F
tYSTON6'HOTSF' FL 3"6I,k ZJ 8S 22 'N 132 OF "Nl/2 KEYSTONE HSI5HTS. FL 26 65 22 COM AT "NS COR OF 01 9S 2Z LOTS 13. 1*. OF o i iI
3S:24.'NLYi:100". OF. SLY'i'. QF.w1OF 4WI/4.. 32636 Sfcl/4 OH Sfil/4. W 514 TO 3LK : SANTA FE SHORES
'6.91. OFj..."MW1/4' P* 4Elp4' rO01t.On0402R'JIOOTOO 25 3S Zf COM AT IM4 tOil OFNE PUS CONT W 311. S 876 .
l LYING "N.OF GNtVX! WOOOR4') :. .tJ" HX f49.473.00'AC < 1/4 UF S-l 1/4 5'01' E E 311 'N 876 TO P0'3 6X I O Zu-n-ouoo HW 2o5.3 I I'i i
...- OR* 320 24& 2110.*>4' T3 FL'fqSRil I AC AS ?est OR IOJ' 'c43 R-1U1900 C'1SS\f\EOS\ \
JAMES 9
160UJ-0-OOJOO s" fc109T600 oER KENNETH L t. BOB IS E 13T2 S63*C 12?' S380W 06053-0-00500 THRIFT
-' RTf2'BOX 2529T4ELRPSE 36 30 1192.96 RT 2 SOX 2795MELajSE.
'- -. s.353.64'/: AOJ'L LEGAL SFE TAXROLL ;a-111
13.TJ 4C .. .. '' .,- FL 32666 2.14 AC OR90 P6 I FL 32666 o OO I
'.QUKTNAr. :JAC'* .N.. ,,.. '. : 0 !ilU '1.J..., ;. .'t.. "". s Hi OF THSN1/2 OF -113T400 SI.344.,4 2 SOX 2991 5TT OF 3LK< 2 SANT6 Fe SHORES I I
"avSTO" HEE61'ISt.L! ;';. R,326k6. '$t// /4DF S>l/4 OF THE PACK DELLA C AEASLEY I M 1&LR3SC. FL 3243 J-E-03400 c .
'. .tf"., :. D' 1"6ST-3"66a 2727 SANLA 'RA'CH IJRaox 26 9S 22 COM AT HW COR OF R-1H6800 '39'.51tLARK lit '
x81/4 : ,I' CF SSI/4 S 194.57' HOJAOO. S C PATRICIA I I '\
/i Si 22 o F '1"1; .: A 1 NE1/4
S
'
"x l CORT :iii ''-oeMtfvA''' ouoa. T'X Q60i91600009r41 LAKELANJ. FL 13313 TO P33 COVT S IBS.57' F PJ: 33X 3331CIJTOSH I
,
,,- CON At:we tOI"'TRAC.T; laJl/Q7/ (156.08 25 SS 22 COM AT CM 0"- Tug 495' N 193.57 it 495' -TO PL 32664 '
01 *S 22 LOTS 34 9LK 5
li RU3S5',36'. TO '13: *. .. X' v'H.l*'. AC ORB51 Pll ELY ROF SR 21 t NLV POD 1
AOO'L LEGAL .SEE! ,JtAXKOVhg;[>i!' Ow'*SINn -AqV' L ET AL 3NOY 0B 39* DAIIT ea5 ILTC SANTA FE.S.HQaE.S.O Increase II
:" '': ... ; ;-- ; Ifq: OQR.1'f934AT2d4UAEl S .LY J1 ELY R4 250 U60aO-\ UC" 119-f-C3500 J4T4.43CLAR your r.p.m. t
J600J43bO701'k. ,'40JO'lT10IJ' > 32615 AJ6'L LEGAL seE TAADJLL:: R-11177JO 1.9.5.IS' |<-11 6930 I ,
,'- t3At. ).... } fS'21 3SS: AT SJ COR OF.E2 .NcH4AN. RONALD t S< C HOBARJ S C PATRICIA :
U.10 AC OF Srfl/4 OF Srfl/4 OF 060350JOIOO HAOY :S'J3LEY P PO J3X 333MCINT05H. (responses per message)
LOUtTNAY JACI H Ji.D l/ 'N "59' E IIO.*I'.5 R-110V2JO J5.23 722J NE H3T EVE FL 32664 I w
0 30X LJ54KcYSTOME /r.. .59' .M 110.02 TO 03 SX MATH3-S. SANDRA J &AI- CSV1LLC. FL Jl639 01 9S 22 LOTS 35 3* OF \
'HEIGHTS. .', *L':1: 'ty j1r cc" "B *' P 0 30X 27MELROSF. 2T 85 22 LOT 12 9F -JLK R SANTA Fh SHCRES S/O with a well-placed ad today! :
.
"j. t .316' .. FL 32ii2J OP CYPRESS36ACH S/O I
23 SS 2? .N1/2'Off ". /. X4lth41U020( OF 1.20-0-00001) .
CR
"SIJF "'K; .:. 1 3< 22 CO" AT SS I '
5,21C 1 N OF '6EN6VA". ...UltaiTOO 07.61 N.lOF N. l/".. .4 l 411' TO 06125-0-OJ191' R-113T100 S1.8SO.K9 I Let Us Put Your T'
.OJJ5:: 8X ,Jr1-! ST63.46 LAVIN w SIT Message In
SLY 49S.1C. .. .oLftWlS CYNTHIA. E P33.1 il 117 N IAS' E R-1123701 2T70MU.H3S6. :
CRT It KC6 tk-O Hla'I.9. SIK.:S 'V OAVin i: SOX
,, : .-. 117' S X5 TO 0 FL 32666 ; i
> : WALNUT ST .
:64;-J CrNra.SH FL 32664 210
I' .S 22 CO* AT MS COX OF
04003.Q.00394 .. 'J I 8S 22 COM AT S4 CPU OFSW 0o53'00 .3203R1101300 STARKE. FL 32091 01 SON
,-lonio, (34kICMACL 0T. .i )/* QF S' N ZINC" OF SEC 1T4' 6,000 County
IA"'U". R. "*-' +.,,"l>ltT',,18r' N114T9 PO' EAST5RLINO rfOO RC'l JR STRUCTURES ATT"Cwe S K/N OF ST R0. SiLY OiAOO'L i
/i TAXROLL
FL 32666 SUO'"150&..TO FOR FL 32601 FAMILY ELLINS LOCATE L E*AL SEE
PARCEL AS. ESC I'IIO ;, 25 d5 22 COM qT se tOil OP ADJ'L LEGAL SEt T X'3LL 06230-3-00390 2,400 Homes in Keystone Heights, j
:
32-.z" ._ 'i 06023-0-93000. ..1/4 3" N'NL/4 N 171.5'T7 R-1139900 (313.02 ,
,DI)03-0-031)6 -I02ip9 .52..S POJ COOT -4 201.5 w Oa203-B-01900:
'-3091604 ..4 "J '11 .HOO.I! OR356, "33660d1'ERiB 224'! S 213 6 224 TO PT I R-IH9SOO. 11'9.51'' V1PPER 12107 'S AN W KRISTINS'Trt AV6tAlMtSVILLE. C 1,800 Homes in Union County'f f I
'A5TERLld.: wudcliOI/ 4 EARNESTINSRT DA<6S SHIRLEY A FL 12407 ,
.} SOX) 220HEtMSE. 5344GAINESVILLE.:!
.421 SW .IIIT' 00041-0-0011Z PO 30X I
Ij
TUII, 12 JS 22 LOT 3 OF UNRgCO"
FL 32666 a5.24 FL 32602 <
U4IVESYILLE \ 5-11113400 II
FL 32609
UNIT
> RIOCE
: 2i ll_N 121.23 n- E4lls' :: GENEVA PLAT SEMINOLE
PARCEL ,4 'O8JC IWIOR '1" l 1.01 AC ORJ10 *1VIITCHCL 25 dS 22 LOT 10 I I
'A OP } 1/1 0- SSI.Sj.lt /* 0. .ue'IE I IPJ CREEK t \
3H-15..' ,e_ o:. : is'i. /!f\ OP. t441/4 83X 35 1 for i N
06003dOOJOTRI09Te)2: .,tj r''.- ... PUT'IAM HALL. -L 32,53 36293-C-02500 a-H6 06230-F-00309 70C u..10 I For only $3.50 1st 15 words and
Oe029rbr00100'r AT "NS OP H-1143609 HX S ,J.TO
( 26 8S 22 COM CHR
NARY L
/ AS
BURVfTTE, '1i40E'E: ,534 r ."#':1'-. !;'' Z"OQ $52.34 Sill 3" NS1/4 OH 'elI /. Mi LENT SANDRA A CAfKlELL P033* 1309 LEO for each additional
.j +"S10S'At C"<802 "93t < 150 word.
MT 1 dOK 4TI .. .X 152.4' TO DO! C3NT it 120'S PJ BOX 699 KELHOSS Fl 166 .. I
d.ftyJ/i0..B 1f ERNESTINEBA I 3S1.I' IZ?' N363.C1' KEYSTONE MOTS. FL 31656
r HriBRACOPARCeL .-
.GA .317t'i-' 12 9S 22 THAT PORT OF t
OFSC AS O.'t: / na06003OOJ3Q9 'r i-iox 223 TO I"';? 36 35 22 LOT it GENEVA UNIT 6 I
: S i 6
JOr-l'l '''145L4035.5.JS 22 Ft E 132'f'686 CP W 260 060'.to-O-OOZOO OAKS LOTS SEMINOLE IOCi LOCAT60 IfdRAOFORO I We guarantee that your phone will I :
R-1111201 S55.2' CO 8 ING" 40' EEY ,
OP. St/2'0F 3 5414WT 06203-C-03016
531(4
I.JO AC 013 Dl LEGAL SEE TAXROLL I
R-1097601. IJ...61"'"., .v'N4! LEWIS OSCAR A.I 1430 (424.6 AOO'L \ ring. Call I
EASTERLING" .STAFORO ,e6d714H1; t10 811t TTH AVf OLSEN ERNEST T III & ROCH -F-030Q" i
921 SW I11TH TERR.OAlM 1T. .-V10V600 t)0.9O JACKSON tL e. FL 32201 P 0 30X 1948HAWTHORNS O.23 R-11T2300 (66.9.: i.
SVtllg. FV. 3260.' i O4SHIRLEY ACAJMiSVILLE. 26 tS 22 CON AT CONC FL 'U6..0 THOMPSON ROBeRT H ...
PARCEt. .05 SC 'IS ,. IK/| OR .-to.ISOII.'S MARKING 1/4 SEC COR OF I 32 8S 22 UNIT 6 GENEVA 3027 NW 4TH TERRAC "
337- PASi fll. FL 32602 LINE CF SEC W 110' CT.T: ItIOS.5' GARS 1 CAIN8SVILL. FL 326O9 < 1
., .,.. 0.36 12 CON AT NS tOil OFt N 110 .5.,01 12 9S 22 LOT 36 OF 964.6305 473.2210 496-2261
I
06008-IJ'Io 090 M ..;'- .1'y 5, 3.iUH 464.35 V 212.5, TO POit ? 06203C03TMR1146699: (540.01OLSfcN I I SEMINOLE RIDGE UNIT 606J3OO004OO
-109H030, / ssr1 .,, od5'l 48ew 260. TO POE Sylvia
f-eu Betty Gail' :
ERNEST TIll C ROCH :
10.00 AC (/IR20244 yT.Aj .fei }o0' 'II 194Ee441. 06044000300N1111500
\.1" J< P BOX 1945HA R-1177200 (142.6 .
SEE TAXROI.L.V,34 0 I
eANTOH LEGAL .
HAADLD( SATHf ; ,943.75 ;.
3.91.C ORE 336P'34ADVENTURES (
ifr.-J .
C/0 '\ .75 AC OR95 1'9 \ >tOR'& FL 1244O
P C JUA'uu.t"'CN."J!904,845 .." '00102le 12,990.47I4,49.45 R3MI'4SN WILLIE LEI 36 85 22 UNIT I GeNEVA AHEAD INC
::. ,
'-- 6310 LAKE JMORf OR I
MI-5. P1.6154.. -....... C, t OR' P'P'iilJi 3031 NT3RO EVE. OAKSl '(lA1NISVtLJZ60t

N 25. l/4 cS' OP.HY/4r/6'4/jgy4i t2 *t R-3f'4 .cn!,:*] So,fACX* 'Qj 't ANNE Y > 26 GAL'llVILLE.OS 22 CON FL SI Cal 32609 R-1146200 06203-0-00701 HX '1.17 ,'12 COR*,S W 22 T57.40 BeG tlN 21a'.I131.40'YO OP Si Serving you for 110 years 1.

:: h_: .! HGYSr PL 32656loSm NE1/4. 436.25' TQ POB.COMT 3RUH3AUCH GR GORT t RATH
N,235 rY0S/t JJ45tY2... ,W-' .Z iJ-' CON; AT NW CON OFt il 145 N 220 I 145S P O- BOX 131MELROSC -. sec.$2i5TO I LENS FOB OF S INSEl4 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
AUJ-L ""C"lIlfAx.RO",..: :;.. It SWZ/4 36T E.s 223 TO P03 FL 3246 .i
( 1 It/ /'. 21 E 36 as 22 UNIT 1 OP GIN/ "OP SSI/4' :
'.. .' ')s.Kf.p1 +9A ; i- '1<'1'" >Mr. ,1 .l 3.'3', E 122' S 3e N SPRGS 1 Co..n.. UNION COUNTY TIMES "

:,':;ri-; '..<' :;.;.1. .:.;',,",J"' '...;;;c.I""f 1T.X.n'l '

.. .\ LAKE REGION MONITORJj '


.. ., ,.. ', l '
.
,i'J:' .




'- .-.-.- ..,... ._-- -- ,. ..



t I I yr













;81 t OFFICE THE THESE LOW PRICES' W/LLHELP YOU. ,


SHOP .

now Stuke. caU St. th At ,

964-5764 ,


/

UWWAalb/


..

i : ALL COLORS THE OTE-3ER COilORSeeey

X9 OF THE 4r r 4r ; ; ,
t < ::d SAVE ;9 > ;

s .. ',%' 9f' 'b>?: RAINBOWPRICED uP t4s
FOR /0F r xs5rt
s fo s"'' SMALL '

e _? BUDGETS! N .a ...a1> 2 hsI I ;
'
: ., AH colon of these mulll-purpoH sheets Can be ; ,
$ po #+ flv 1 t ,. < used lor xerographic bond smooth finish/ offMI YA
't __' 4 s 3' a js or duplicator shuts. Strong, llnl-free sheet 01peper i '
-
-V tss 3r '--5-i has the proper amount ol abtorbency. 50Osheetsream '
/ j "
y a '
: t z Ml i Sin List 1"" H rm 20 rm s: r
i ,;y:, t ,9 a'/'" x 11"1 I'APIMP1201950| M.'. $4.M $4 2$ : r i i, S ry

,. .>MM 21 zs.. 'I 'Specify color: Blue-BE; BuH-BF.; Ciniry-CY; < < s' 'sf"4 's ; < yyys',
? :
J I Cherry-CHE; Goktrnrod-GD; Gny-GV Gresfl-GN
; a
?a,. rr ,e r" tiS f y9a Ivory-IV: Orchid-OR; Plnk-PK.;' PumpMn-PKN;; > yzt
s> ,'' sN< ,r "'r:'D,3 Salmon-:>N,' IanTN.'x 3'asl' > t. c < < ;r .', ,"sar
< ;tiLs3f ": < West a ths RocMet,IncJudng Demnr,order Pt-BC-220V.* ?r RK ''>?% ''s-
3 rs jd }i f Y'3 a it list 1rm UrmZOrm ?fin '
j $'/'" x 14-1 E A
color Blue-BE, Cin ry-CY.;, Green-GM. ,, '
PInk-PIC.
f' 4 ,, s%s WBI ot the Aod es.Mudng Denver,Older APMC-2204-*. -

ti 3f sa' W 9rIKKII1D' ,
> f 7 {if f..4 "-g/>;gi

-



Make the





RJght 'Ill, 1 I





,Move! !


E
JUST FOR LASER PRINTERS

,..LASER PAPER by CASCADE

v This paper la developed speclllcally
laser printers, Including H.P. Ricoh Cannon, IBM,
T.I. and many other, This paper features:
S Static control to minimize paper(am*.
T Better loner adherence for fewer print streaks.
Reduction of dot scattering for clearer, sharper
Images.
SAVE 20 ID.. B'ni* X 11" sheets 600 sheets per ream.
Ltet 1n s rm 10 rm

r5.lti! i2 s.: .f piMa hf i AP1.Q5HM | tlOOO $1.$7.N t7 4i

rt. <. ,, .
r1>>

569 1; f'.!t me}.Wh rt: :tl!!? _'

.: ,. .,'4' i). ,s :. ","/> '- SALE'NIIII"rdtlAdsd ,,. .fVtjt 1 ; .
"
'., v d.,," '.d i' N '
"ANiI.A f < "Ii "" 1>4(
f'
q toms "J' W"., 'l.L....Il ,
OOm.ri and'1c rW Do 1 rw ''; "$55.00'1 > -

expansion, 100/bon., ... ;f(> . 'uno.'% """' *
per -
: ./
Straight Cut List r ?'" r....
Lett SIze AFI-CIII-IA $ 950 is
Legal'Size AFt-C211-tA 12.50 e
HaltCut SAVE '

l.nerSlz. 4H-C11M $950 We Have Mailers STEPFILE by WORCESTER uPTO
UoII Size tfl-gil-IH 1250 Chrome-plated "'lr.11 I welded in graduated step 35O
ao that paper or folders can be easily located_
Third Cut Tape and Wrap to. List

AFUIIJ-U >$950 f AK3-7M04 | $1100 HANGINGIrdCutdoubkthkkne5stab
COLORED
L.g.ietlessl2. fl-M13-U: 1250 mail packages ,
) FOLDERS MAKE ORGANIZING
through the PostOffice
'
Letter Size Filth CutUttwSIn These folders are available In a rainbow of rotors
for easy rotor-coding of your records. Includes
AFl C1161A I 950 matching color plastic tab and blank while
LspslSlxstflCtlHO 1250 insert 25 Mdera/box.

Original BaseballCollectors 1IF'! :........_""""' >......d .-""" .<,.....,.. < ,.,' Ismr SIM. Pitt! Cut list e. 110 Ms.
1IIIIIIi!! !- MC45M111449 I $11" P..I $! 2t

Cards{" 2RoIlf.2y f. 1/4 $!:::X Specify color: Blut-BE; Grsn-GR; Orlnge-OR;
1; <4. "- t' 1 Rsd-RD; VWkw-VL.
25 Diff. Cards
iII;Adding Tape
;
., .\ I
.A> .AVA.J. A i- iA' ; !I
',
$3.35 p k g. ;;t : .w1 1JjJ;: '!{;fi-f: I

< FY: a"svtNr;; <.r,.<:%P'.Jr {,
{:: ;' \1 \ .r.KYf: ::"
'
'iiW.tl;
"'. ; IOlld'y'. as': If.V"t If:;::} .
} .
< '
";h'" ", v.t. ''
f.-- : ?I.''
; r'i< )<(as" :p. ;O1k'.ml, II /

8j iJ !'1't"; ",'d'f.;..J,>.1. 4- ; ,.>!QNt't'. <;0 "'<-25 'itr>' >u'De"t # P.

r* D&fl1 >; r:1/'r.5s'iV.6';,. W b.\ }", f: yb A .
QI ,. t'4 ;! '
SAVE Tc "
SAVE Fi11ng ; Cab5nets :,

53% t. :., ....,., ,,,,kA.{' '<,ht:11N'''''''* ,.
., .
;qi.
"l;' jt ..!. :" ff 'kii '<:'J.y ,.
/,' ", ,,}t t,15 4" >* :91;' *"'" fUJr.;. ."';' ., .
'"
"" } \ : '

VALUE PRICED HANGING FOLDERS (,.' .: .;LW#'A'S'; .tt:11. : :

DRAWER FRAMES Heavy-duty high finish stock. Full 2"expansion.28 plastic..bund 25 .t. ;ff, a'4a?'t'q: ;"JY !1 t\ t: a \f'J,: .>'.d
>> ,. ,.h '
Male of plated Meet with smooth sliding rail* Insert per box. .t\1f 'ji> ": :' >
8kte....*f are 27'V long and notched for easydrawer ,, : :X' AxbsekoM .
4i U b t'y .
I' t ywy
tor shorter *. A m4 ble In liner Letter Sire \ list x / xy \ 84'. ,1-
alas pr dr.w.n W wide andi togri IM tar W 1/5 Cut 2" Tab FICSM$1450: tt" UM $MQ .tt. ,i/1.""1 2ttTS. 9" ,
ttlds d.rr.rs. Both are W Wgh.iHUM 1/3 Cut 31/r Tab AFI-C82-1/8: WOO l 7 N 13! < ": '\5\J $ "" i .i&\ :' a
list m 2 M 1 M
>] ,
>itPEiicmrj No Tab MI-C82: 12.50 1M T.H ULeaalSlie" 'AA '> ; '> "''N\ '( '
lets.Sls Aft Cattr-1 I It 7.09 I JJj: 1 1VtUBUM tM 1 L.: ; ,. 'i1frlitt&V1# ; : !i e ;z}il rEL..Bhe \

'IfMES PER CAR1011 UtC 111 III .11 1/5 Cut 2" Too Afl-CbaFl/1: $1'.50 Stag tt.it tuua "'0' i'f yzLgtr .
f 8fs : '11.11 $11.M 1/3 Cut 31/r Tab AF1-C83-1/1: 1750 us ass 4 Drawer.$'Ijr980
,., 1.12.811"l.n 11.21 15.00 1.11 lit: 7JB I
rer. IIf1-CUf-1 11.11 No Tab AFI-CU: //I. )%" '%1' 'w ,
'(" +ktY.\ ,%
ID.1'i i







,

SIZZLING



'--agc SAVINGS



I' 0. SIZE FILE CABINETS
SMEAD REDROPE FILE POCKETS ] LETTER

is Reinforced with manll*Hrwr with ew nigh redrope guseets.Th drop front styling allow eaiy access by HON
10 001I_Aval..tn. / litter and .-{..... I j SflH" deep ceblnetaIde. quality M an economicalS112"Expansioll
.S _iv List In Has mm 11/4Expansion 'lltl1 tM M M 100 M price. Weal/ for medium to I heavy use requirement.
for
aligning cradles have tan nylon roller
r Letter Sill tfl-IaZ $1.50 $IJtUgslSli $ 8g Size AFI-IU4S $1.75 ,Jl ll.lf IIJU9 -= drawer action. Cabinet are 26v%"deep wltn' 20"
Untttt 1.72 UI 1.17 IMLetter SIze HFI-IS36I 202 1.12 U4 r "- of Inside filing space per drawer.Aluminum/ handle..label
r holder thumb.latch and follower block.Letter die I Ie t fwide.
PiM Mr bled. Shipping eharysi additIOnal
SINGLE TOP MANILA
FILE POCKETS ..-
I -eough.,100 Ib.quality tag Mock tile pocket folders are your anewerto flHng bulky correspond*nee. r L TWO DRAWER CABINETS-2rH1..121bt
ToMer*.They arc neat In ,JrsnceandsultsbNbrboMOabtnstsndsheNhling.lpNosoonetructbn
: '
leetu_a_half Inch 7 List
hHjher back INn front tar May(ndtxtng. Flat foMera have lOIVbox;;expsnskm totders have SOVbox. M4lt* 118400 .

3E/ ?: Flat List It* 4ta 1112" Expansion list tin 4ti Specify color:Tropic 8and- ;PutIY-L 1C=P.svIn .
'
;
LattarSIn tnaiAFU4I saw II7HtlJ7 tlJ7 llltarSlZlcG: '$2465 $ISJ61U4 HIM i DflAWEfl 81NETS-Gtft,1121ba.
Legal' Sin : 33.$0 1147 Laval SIze ftfl-M: 2980 ISIS LJ Lhtt .

IU4JI4tZSOOO_
--
Specify color:Tropic Sand-IL.I'utty-I.; 1IIedI-I'

.
:
I

I
,

-
-
-
-- - -
-
-
-
-



ut r i iI



I II

I
.- 1!' i.'
,.: \ I, '
: : ;
"
T"'E ,.1.
1., V I '.: .
-.zY, OFFICE : .i -

SHOP 1, : 11 ,

pLw 3 110 W.Call> 8tStaxke l'; on n. e Savings.

964-5764 : I I
;
w. _* : I I
'tW
.; .. --- ........ / ..'

.J !I I' Bra: s Book Ends '': ... .; I II
I
I I i I I. I '
.
WE HAVE A GREAT GIFT OR : I Reg. $47 : i' ; SAVE I

THE GRAD... I O w '! 62
'
: -
.
I .
i e
Vendex '2J1fIIl. I
IBM Compatible j BEST BUY ON ECONOMICAL OFFICE
I PENNIES EACH
PENCILS-JUST
Computer __ I .. Theae pencil*art.Hie htghest quality In their price rang.fVMiclla. .ha t a,eomtorl.. ,
able. rounded hexagon aiiape and.n.er.. .
1:de
1
I Q ALITY: QUILL I' IM let 1

$999 Orange & Bl e Gator Pen or Seminole Colors Err.sort Medium$e't 5::: : 9 1.1s:u es ::5 ':: I:: I ;

FinancingAvailable ; $ ip l98 i F.m Ertn Nerd AMr AM6= 1ft :: :: ::I, '

Payment to meet your Il m OIL Sale _L ; .

I '
j t .

Great Limited sew n of --- AVE To

Selection FRANKLIN 80,000 word SPECIAL : 6
{I. vocabulary Spell .
of Brief Correct Capability '

; Cases LCD Display ;' .

: From $48.95
Compact Home

$32.00 ;j. Answering System 2-980 9RR1JY

FUR l.D : One touch operation
!Local MemoGraduation
-Call Monitor Speaker
Power failure protection SMOOTH WRITING WITH BIG
-1 Year Warranty
Cards Say It 'I -Lightweight ROUND l STIC comfortable PENS barrel.'
$5995 Tough tungsten carbMe Up writes through carbons.
I
ONLY: -Long iMting Ink auppiyFine
Best Tlpl I_Medium Tip IM Ill U* It IIIF
AMitF-11' As'48M.11! $348 t\M 11.11 IJ1TSpecify
22 Kt. Gold
4& colon Blue-BE;Black-BK;Retf-RD.
+ Cross Pen &Pencil Sets :i I

Black Set : ,
J ,
.. :. '
.
Classic $3096 ". '
ILI1t4A tG. .
E? !
.'. ,. :.- ,.

E. Telephone Answering TMMachine

2-9800 Texas Wallet Calculator InstrumentIII Size \\ 15r '1


Reg.$55.99 ONLY $919: RETRACTABLE BALL POINT PEN

I ...t/reBeferRefi//ab/et
Sale $3995

II ,;:,; Tr I

$ Money Clips ; REIlIACTABU BAlJ.I'OINTPEM/
as low as As Low As -tleBeUerReabb/ ,

$1 000 6_' ',; '63' iI1? fl .(

.
_
j
I.oN I. :
I h'
? i Pentel '
it UL-J MU MW '.h ,. .
I 0.5MM Refill Leads ..1 YF; '
I polymer' lead Is extra strong and ;
I fla.lble.for use In all"'"In lead". ,"
I i :pencils.. leads per tube. I Q
;
TO 1


37/0 Casio I, !I.I,I I' ;" .1 I' .!j"' ,:I.I'.,.. '' jf 1Desk 1// ;


Sanford.
Top Sharplo
49
Calculators i! I '-
as low,as t i : :
I M Iii; I fine point water ntstoUnt martuy Ink
MAJOR ACCENT by $ tII II InetenlKt Exoeftflnl for pajrrnwMrrl
=
SANFORDBright 39 95 ,: of owrtHMd projoctor/ '
: '
: trtnaparent Inka are odorleu.quick dry 1rantIpeIwnc.12. pet box
; ing and emudge..IStanL Broad. Up. Meal for I As Low'As I
/
: hlgMlghllng computer printouts.IM I 1
; IM Mm 70 M .
": 1\1I2.251".18\ 1.11I t a ISoecify .. : $269
.l
color: Yellow-OS.Fknnscant orange ;"
s -08.:Wn*-Oft:Blue-1ft:LawndIr-*;FIuo...- l r
I 1'e
cent Vtllow-23;fluonncant Green-2t i :
: I ,Pentsl :
I' : .;:; ,1[ ,Mechanical Pencil .. I
Holds popular,thin 0 5 mm ultra-Una .
i.t I lead.Protective sleeve' lead GREAT CHAIR SALE
protect'
i I I. from breaking,push oma11G .
Z I lead advancing system.Comfortable i "
j: f I I and sepabau&.Complete' with eraser Secretarial ) '
,:: SMITH Chair )

1 ORONIKSL80 f I By lion-Mfn

BIC Metal Point $89
kpLayy .
:I Word Erase,Dual 16 character I
s Pitch Auto Return, r 7,000 character Roller Pen Executive}I \
Auto Center 1/2/ memory,,Spell reject, ,Low' ';; Chair
,
j space Full!LIne Era h wCompare 50,000 Wet;Auto HH! As 4s-: B United
] SpIce : >y AE40VUO ,
56*

I $129.00 $269.00 : ,, *245 ,8e*Our SaJe hLwn For EzeV

Www .
1 t

ij i


. '"'";'- .... ._- ---' -_. .. -



r U,


..- .. ,. .





1
.May IBM BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Page. 11

btarke Elementary School Holds I -

'I

First Annual Science Fair May 1 I

-- -
To help students learn to follow the --J '"
I scientific method, and to students each had individuaf pro- science projects-and a science fair,.
encourage
1 participation in science projects .JGCtS said McKinney, "and the kids are
in
later school years, students at Fourth and fifth grade students full of enthusiasm for it."
Starke Elementary school displaYed, their projects in the Fair projects will not be judged in- ,J
ticipated in their first annual science par C'8feteri.o! almost filling the entire dividually, but the projects will be. "
The lower considered when grades are assigned s
fair;; held Tuesday, May 1. ? mji grades projects
"The students have done a super displayed on the sidewalks out- for classroom work,said the coor- h., d Jwy.
side the dinators."I i
said classroom door. > 1
Principal
job, Dewey McKin- "
am really Impressed, said
ney. "I am" very pleased with their Only 10 or 11 students failed to sub- Dubolsky"The children are really
response. mit projects, said fair coordinator "
excited about It.
Kindergarten, first and second for fourth and fifth grades, Terri "They have done exactly what Co. 1 Irr
grades worked on one project for H.018Becky Dubolski was coordinator was wanted," Hodges continued. : fl
classroom
each third
graders for Kindergarten
through
this will '
'
"Hopefully help
prepare .
prepared four in third
projects each grades. I
them for science in
projects ,
,classroom! fourth.and....fifth ttradn "This is the first year we have had grades." upper .', (
----- ----- J.

I


!Y.


-........-..... ._ --'- ---....-. '_.I' r" _

Past Presidents, Woman's Club...

Past Presidents of the Woman's Club attending the Standing, I-r. are Mrs. Peggy Thomas, '86-88; Mrs.
nItNS May Breakfast are l-r front row) Mrs. Jeanette KinMuriel Norman, '57-59; Mrs.Pat Sale, '66-68; Mrs.Betty II
cald. '53-55; Miss Della Rosenberg. '68-70; Mrs. Mona Warren '81-83; Mrs. Evelyn Griffin, '41-43&'85-86; and
Canova, '36-37; and Mrs. Marjorie Thomson '79-81 Mrs. Liz Nas worthy, '52-53. "




rLr

:-

cc

: -


r::::





._ .
---- -
-

Starke Elementary Holds First Science Fair... rc' \ .

Almost filling the cafeteria, science fair exhibits of ject for each classroom under the direction of the
the fourth and fifth grade students are displayed Tues- classroom teacher; third graders worked on four pro- ; t i _
day. May 1. jects for each classroom. These were exhibited on the i .
Kindergarten,first and second grades made one prowalkways outside classroom doors. *

J// _
Starke Elementary School NewsPrincipal's I

.,
Message: As we move -students. K-2)' and Mrs. Terri Hodgesgraces _- : iiL,5 -1
into the last 6 weeks of the 1989-90 Science Fair A Big Success: On ( 3-5), A special thank you Is !
school term, we have a very busy May 1, SES had its first science fair also due Mr. Mike Hartley and Mr.
month of May scheduled. Some of and it was a resounding success. Howard Spratlin who set up the -
the important dates to rememberare Every child who participated received cafeteria for this exciting event. Ap- ___ _
: a blue ribbon. K-5 had projects on preciation is also expressed to our r
May 3,4 7,8: PTO Book Fair at display all day and an "Open Cafeteria Manager, Louise Bell, and Woman's Club Officers for 1990-92...
PTO Building. Times to visit the House was held in our cafeteria for
her staff for helping out with lunch
Fair and purchase books are 4th and 5th grade students and their I wish New officers installed ftt the May Breakfast are (Stan- Mrs. Kenneth Teal 4th vice pres.; Mrs.Muriel Norman
and certainly,
arrangements,
from 7-8 Congratulations ding, left to right) Mrs. Carl Torode first vice pres.; recording secretary Mrs. Peggy Thomas,
8:15-9:15, K & 1st Grade; 9:15-10:15, parents p.m. to thank all of the teachers, staff ; correspon-
all students who Mrs. Raymond Navltsky, 2nd vice pres.; Mre. Reggie and Mrl. Warren, trealurer.
grades 2-3; 10:15-11:15 grades 4 &5. to our par- members, and parents for your partin ding secretary Betty
3rd vice Mrs.
Flynn Douglas ,
Hardy president
Summer Swim Program. Information ticipated. Also a special commendation encouraging and assisting the pres.; ;
was sent home with report is due our Coordinators for this children toward success through
cards on May_1. Someone will be at vital project. participation in the Science Fair.
SES to register interested" Mrs. Becky Dubolsky (grades Installed. 2
o ,..May J.4 New Officers May
.
,. ?
....... -L
.._
"' '." r j.
J wrJ.l'.Ijl'j'i, ..I<' : .. '

HOME ENTERTAINMENTCONCEPTS At Woman's Club May Breakfast I


,
Officers of the Woman's Club for The head table was covered with a special member', Thelma Jennings,
the 1990-92 administration were installed white lace cloth and had as center was present. New member Joan
by Lorna Reddish,past president piece, a blue beach sand bucket fill- Rhoden was welcomed to trlub.. j
Jr. Woman's Club, at the May ed with yellow day lillies and Shasta Mona Canova, music chi man, J
Breakfast held in the clubhouse on daisies, flanked by a miniature sail presented Sylvia Reddish, vocalist, J
Deerfoot Center 964-694b 2. boat from which balloons floated. in a program of springtime songs 3
New officers are Mrs. Douglas Favors at each place setting were and accompanied her on the piano.
Y Hardy, president; Mrs. Carl Torode. "Life Savers" in net bags tied with Mrs. Reddish was presented a gift of am
: first: vice president; Mrs. Raymond blue ribbons. The small tables appreciation.Awards \
Mavitsky!\ second vice pres.; Mrs. covered with white cloths had for Woman of the Year -
Aflt
lvt ,, J.R. Flynn, third vice pres.; Mrs. centerpieces of miniature sail boats were given to Vickie Teal and Donna 5
Kenneth Teal, fourth vice pres.; with colored balloons extending in Wells who were presented crystal '
Mrs. A.R. Norman, recording the air from the boat. An arrange- decanters and the President's
secretary; Mrs. Herbert Thomas, ment of yellow day lilies and Shasta Choice award went to Mona Canova
corresponding secretary and Mrs. daisies was in a blue beach sand who was resented a gift certificateto
120 Watt Fisher Sound System I.D. Warren, treasurer. Cathy bucket on the piano with colored Dexter Gourmet Cafe.
Wooley, president Junior Woman's balloons extending into the air. The At the conclusion of the Installa-
with CD (No Rack) Club, assisted. luncheon catered by Oleta Harden- tion, a gift was presented to Lorna
Social Chairmen Vickie Teal and brook was served from the sun Reddish and the gavel and
Donna Wells were in charge and car- room. The centerpiece on the servo dent's pin were given to Mrs. Hardy
$69995 ried out a nautical theme using the ing table covered with a lace cloth by Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Thomas
ONLY colors yellow, white and blue.There held an arrangement of'yellow silk thanked social chairmen Vickie Teal
was a beach chair on the stage witha flowers. and Donna Wells who were assistedby
towel draped over the arm, an um- Mrs. Herbert Thomas presided Maria Stephenson for this
brella shading the arrangement of over the affair, giving the welcome outstanding May Breakfast. Door
beach balls and toy sand buckets and blessing. Past presidents were prizes were drawn for and awardedto
with colored balloons floating above. recognized and guests introduced. A conclude this affair.

.... .
_rL" "_ ,
""" '''Ii -'- "
; '"" "

School News 11
la .F' .: Southside Elem.

I .......'........ -.f.. ', _,.. IlIIIlmllnlll','''''''' "" ,
t "
:: '. '- liI_ oi.......... III ... ...... / Calendar of Events: children to meet and learn about our March were Tony Lambert and
May 7-11: "Just Say No" Week kindergarten program.If Sarah Baumel. Our reading class
May 11: Wear red today and ESE you have any questions.regar- studied stamp collecting after
VCREFISHEtr. Spring Banquet. ding the registration or orientation reading a story about it. Thanks to
May 15: P.T.A. Meeting in program,call us at 964-6800,ext. 139, Mr. Carter at the Starke Post Office
Cafeteria,7 p.m. P.T.A. 5th Grade and we will be happy to talk with you for supplying the students with their
Program. about our plans for this important own stamp album. Students learned
May 16: Early Release? 1 p.m. week. how to save stamps received in the
$229 Southside Elementary was well News from the classrooms: From mail.
represented during the Bradford Mrs. McKlnney's 1st grade: Springis Mrs. Eckenrode Music Teacher:
County Fair at the 4-H booth. We here.We have decorated our room The time has arrived to prepare for
( were thrilled that our boys and girls with spring blooms and duck the annual school wide talent show.
won 103.25 for their safety belt mobiles. We are learning all about Dates for this years show are May 29
posters. Our school won 25 blue rib- community helpers and will soon and 30.
bons, 79 red ribbons, and 38 white visit many of the businesses In town. If you would like to perform, give I
ribbons. A huge thanks to 4-H Director Thanks to Tiffany's dad, David the permission slip to your parents, !
Rod Buchele for organizing the Aderholt, and Joshua's dad, Fred have them sign it and return it by
20" GE Small AliFMTelevision contest for our Southside Elem. Touchton, for talking to us about Friday May 11. For more Information
26" GE students. We're looking forward to their jobs. We are reading a new call our school.
next year. class big book A Cat Called Kite, From Mrs. Lopes and Mrs.Rapp:
Radiotelevision Our staff gave Tracy Torode a and will soon make our own versionof Southside Elementary will be having
baby shower on Monday, April 30. the book. their first Science Fair Tuesday
We welcomed Mrs. Torode and her Mm Hobbs Class has been work May 22. Science projects for gradesK2
with Dual Cass. baby, Mary Francis and presented ing on science processes. They are are going to be class projects. In
them with a gift certificate and learning to make predictions collect grades 3-5 science projects should be
many nice gifts. data, and how to compare their done at home by individual students.
From Mrs. Ferguson, Asst. Prin- hypothesis with data collected. First place in each classroom will be
cipal: We've had fun learning about judged these categories:
$489 299ie69 Kindergarten Orientation Friday.. science by actually participating. Zoology (animals/insects) ;
May 11. Kindergarten registration Is Congratulations to our class Botany (plants); Geology (rocks
$ the week of May 7-11. Children are volunteer, Stephanie Gainey.for be- Earth's surface); Atmosphere
eligible for kindergarten if they are ing chosen Southside's volunteer of (apaceweatherPhysical Science
five years old on or before the year. (energy/mec hanks/solar).
September I, 1990. From Dewitt Revels: When our Judging will be done on the afternoon 1
In order for children to register 5th grade class went to TLV 12, we of May 22. Projects should be'J
these things must accompany chileat had a very nice guide. She was very displayed in classrooms. Let's make
MOVIE SPECIAL registration time: complete nice and polite. Her name was Pam this first SSE Science Fair an explosive f
WEEKEND record of immunization evidence of Sullivan. She showed us everything.Did but not exploding, success.
examination snowing child you knowthat on the news that .
r physical of contagious, or com- the window behind them'the news ,
'
REN SFor$5.5X1" : municable diseases completed people) Is only a gigantic picture? r Remember Mom
nice and we were luckyto
within last .12 months and birth cer- She was very
tificate. have a guide like her.
.- Get 2 Extra for. 20 Orientation Is scheduled for Friday From Mrs. Testone: Most improved Sunday ,.
May 11, from 8:30 a.m. to 10 for the month of March goes to It'sl'rother's !
a.m. This Is a special time set aside Shane Cooper. Thanks, Shane, for Day
for parents and kindergarten_age working so hard! Terrific kids for



( :; ....







Page 12 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH May 1900




I 2 Palatka Golfers Win Strawberry Invitationalby I



Butter Rahn Ben Moxley, veteran director of
aCT Staff Writer SGCC, said many of the players 4 "
Bill Grey, a long time player in the return year after year to play the t
Starke Golf and Country Club Strawberry, Indicating it is a
(SGCC) Strawberry Tournament, popular tournament with area
took first place in the Championship golfers, and the 1990 tournament has
Flight Sunday, May 6, edging Ron- maintained that excellence.
nie Tumlin, last year's winner 142 to Local golfer DeWayne Elder said
143. Grey and Tumlin are both from he is pleasantly surprised at the condition

Palatka. of the course, especially with .
Apparently nerves tightened for its improvement in the past several r.. t
both Grey and Tumlin on Sunday, weeks.
since second day scores for the two "It's in excellent shape, both the
excellent golfers soared in near greens and the fairways," said
perfect weather conditions, after Elder.
shooting in the 60s Saturday, and in The Elder brothers, Dwight and
the upper 70s the second day. DeWayne,shot the same total scores
The weatherman cooperated witha for the tournament, a very solid 165.
warm sun and light breezes Saturday David Elder, son of Dwight,
and cool, overcast skies Sun- played in the Championship Flight, 1
day, but no wind or rain. coining in with a 145, to take 6th ,' n R
The course manager was com- place. David was a leader on the
plinemted by golfers for the very BHS golf team last year. ; -
good condition of the golf course, _l :
with the greens putting a little slow, Gene Melvin, one of two ',
but straight, and the fairways southpaws playing in the
covered with grass. Mole crickets, Strawberry,and winner of his flight, _
the bane of golf courses,appeared to said the condition of the course was c
be under control,with no signs of activity "very good, with the greens putting 4' 1i
In the past 3-4 years Bermuda true. '
grass has covered the SGCC fairways Melvin complimented the en- :
crowding out crabgrass and skeeper with an outstanding Job of
other unwanted broadleaf varieties.It's getting the course in shape. "Three .".

,\1. ( r I IN


let 'i "/ w,..
:
.... N ;'. ,-

'f. 't

": p I H % %ii

....,



':'
,."- '
,.... ..fIi '.
'
;
: r
: :
'
., :'\

J '1IIIC.ir

r f< : lAr



Strawberry Golf Tournament Winners... I

Steve Boller, Ronnie Tumlin, Jim Kuhn and Bill Grey (1-r) had the four tlonal. Grey. Tumlin and Boller wound up 1, 2 and 3 In the tournament.
low scores In the first round Saturday In the SGCC Strawberry InvltaKuhn fell off the pace Sunday.

'7II r ,,,,

y .ra w.aMllnt II weeks ago it didn't look good. s.._ soils'. 71-71-141 '
N Melvin said. J. Tumlin 73-71-144 a143 r sI
Last week, playing in the Lake City Richard CaliMl 74*-144 ,
.t'g 9iiJ' Memorial, Melvin and Dwight David Elder' 74-71-145 Ww
Elder won the Captains Choice tour ta Mtt

nament, indicating their games are 1st Flight, 5-8 Hcp... yet'i'
"'fil1 peaking at the right time.C. .....arrbh 74-7 -150 )
Mixon, playing out of Magnolia D. Millar 76-75-151
Point with a 14 handicap, aced the D. McCormick 74-7S-154
133 yard no. 2 hole Sunday with a 7

iron. Mixon hit a No. 7 TiUeist ball. 2nd Flight. 9-12 Hcp...
This is the second year Mixon has
David T.w 74-7* 151
played the Strawberry, and his first -fc
O.Poster 74-79 1U
ace. He didn't win anything for the -7S-li- --
Galim
ace. Mixon was playing in the 3rd .ny

Flight, 13-15 handicappers.In Filling Holes... Mixon's First Ace...

consecutive Strawberry SGCC tour-and 3rd Flight, 13-15 Hcp... Dr. Harry Gruen won the Third C.Mtxon aced the par 3 no. 2 hole
naments 4-5
,
ago
Terwlllegar years Motors offerred a Harry Grvwt 79-S3-U1 Flight with a score of 11.He played with a 7-lron, firing the only ace In
good, steady golf, turning a 7M2 the
Thunderbird for aceing No. 2, but G. Herring SZ-S1-HJ two day tournament. The lone
for the two-day tournament. ace wain't enough to put him the
top
none fell. Insurance makes it possible N. Durban 7 -M-13
Dwight Eldar' 11-54-1MDaWayn three of his flight.
to put automobiles for aces,
up
.
,
... with a two day policy for the Elder M-M-1M Ties were settled by sudden-death Gene'Melvin hit the back of the
11".1't: : ;';'. ,.." Strawberry costing less than $500. play-offs, with fourth flight second green in two on the same hole, but
,
: : place going to the third hole, where
.".J ,.., failed to capitalize on the long shot
,, .P.J!.( ', Low Scores... Fish took a par to eliminate
4th Flight, le-18 Hcp...
into the
"'"."A ';,,..1' ...." ",::1>'. McWilliams. green.
Low scores by flight are shown for Can Mahrfn 75-S4-15* Club Manager Jim Godwin said
the top winners: G_,.. Flih 84-17-171Aubray Richard Gaines, former club everything went very smoothly and
Beautiful champion and winner of the
Swing... l bad time but "I'm
McWIIIIami tl-59-171Bufard everyone a good ,
Strawberry eagled the long 5
Gene Melvin hit the ball long and straight In the tournament winning Championship Flight: McKlnn., 15-16-171 No. 3 Sunday, to shoot a 33. It par was glad It's over."
I first place In the Fourth Flight with a solid 159. His 75-84 rounds would Bill Cray 4-7i-142 Kevin Gavin 15-16-171 the only eagle scored in the two day Merchandise prizes were awardedto
have taken first place in the Third Flight. Ronnl Tumlin tt-75-143 Danny Salchar M-**-171 tournament. the winners.




Monika Intra-Squad Scrimmage Set Friday Nightby I


Gerald Gill the secondary and as quarterback. Boyd,Jessie Griffis.
Williams Special to the Tal..""", Eldrich Sconfers,a senior, is the only Last year's junior varsity players
Pleased with the way spring returning wide out. who are practicing with the varsity
tice is going, Coach David Nurse "We have four seniors out for the for the spring: Joe Gordon, Eric
says the offense seems to be first time Clayton Manning Stewart, Larry Shannon, Gernard
stronger than the defense in the second Robert Nichols, Jessie Griffis and Williams, Vennie Blye, James '
HeadingTo week. Jason Howard. Charles Bois a Daniels, Jimmie Chidress, David
p Quarterback Reggie Sheffield transfer from re- DiPalo( Jonathon Ferguson, Robbie
kk ary Robert Hankerson and Allen Jenkinsare maining players will be moving up Cook and Ken Carlton.
StateBradford the backfield starters back this from the junior varsity to supplement The coaching staff is Head Coach
V year and also the strength of the of- the team. David Hurse, entering his 33rd year
fense. Phillip Crawford and Jason Coach Nurse wanted to stress and who coaches the offensive
High junior Monika Norman, starters last year at offen- "We don't want to emphasize winning backfield; Mike Sexton, who has
Williams finished third in the discusat s sive guard, are returning for the our upcoming jamboree at all been coaching here for 25 years, is
the Region 2 Track Champion- 90-91 grid season. Wyatt Collins and c=t.We want to give every player a the defensive coordinator and is also
ships held at University of Florida Andy Goodowns are also returning chance to play to see what kind of the athletic director: Coach Roland
last Thursday, May 3. quality players. team Is coming up for the. 1980 Cummings, the defensive backfield
The throw of 106 2" qualified Miss I The main objective this spring Is season." coach: Lanler Clyatt the offensive
Williams for the State Champion- to find two offensive tackles and as Varsity players cut for the 1990 line coach, and Jerry Kaminski,who
ships which will be held at Showalter with practice: and ends.
many wide-outs as possible spring coaches wideouts tight
Field at Winter Park tomorrow(Fri- speed( and good hands, says Coach Returning lettermen: ClydeDeSue
day, May 11). The discus is set for 3 Nurse, Tramell Jones, Andy
p.m. at the state meet. Goodowns Phillip Crawford Bill

Williams was the only BHS track ,' Campbell, Reggie Sheffield, Allen Frday Scrimmage...
,
participant to advance to the state. .. < ''"Defensively, we have a Jenkins, Terry Berry, Julius A 8 p.m. scrimmage is set tomorrow
Other BHS track team memberswho .' ,' "'''''!:i''> ." rebuilding job on our hands with only Harden, Robert Hankerson, Jason night (Friday, May 11) under
reached the region level but did V4Y' not quality for state are: .' linebacker Andy Goodowns, corner- Sconiers. The scarlet and grey game Is set
/
Derrick Long threw the discus <{ ::1'; ;' back Terry Berry and free safety Sophomores who will be Juniors at 8 p.m. next Thursday night. May
122'4", a personal best (PR) in the .. ," 'f? 'i' "
: : \ i- Tramel! Jones. We are still looking next year: Mike Swanson Dontae 17.The
regional meet. ''ii- '. for a place kicker. Allen Jenkins Williams, Shountel Houston Shaun spring jamboree Is set at 8
Arkeva Williams ran the 100 \ 1 returns to punt and kick-off. Bill Jenkins, Josh Lewis, Jaml. Red- pm. May 25 at Interlachen High
meters in 13.01 and placed seventh in Campbell, a senior has good experience ding, Joey Sardo, Wes Moody. School. BUS Union High, Keystone
her heat. as a defensive tackle and Juniors, to be seniors, out for the High and IH3 are expected to enter.
The 4 by 1 relay, or 400 meter, defensive end. Julius Harden is ex- first time: Clayton Manning, Robert The quarters are not set yet, Coach
relay team of Monika Williams pected to contribute ctefeoslvelyD1xleland in Nichols, Jason Howard Charles Hurse said Tuesday.
Nicole Wanton, Bridget Holder andArkeva /
Williams ran 53.01.

15'2"Monika. Williams long jumped Music Park to Host Bluegrass May 1820Dixieland I

Monika Williams,her mother, and : '
Coach George Loper are going down ju; Music Park one mile Thoroughbreds Line
-
Friday morning early to the state ; north of Waldo on US-301, will host a 8lS p.m., Murphy Brothers 6:13: p.m., Doodles and the
meet. Monika will perform Friday "Bluegrass Family Reunion" Friday 9:30 p.m., Rivergrass Revue Golden River Grass
afternoon and she and her mother .. Saturday and Sunday, May 10:15 p.m.Raymond Fairchild 7:00: p.m., Southern Strangers
will return home. Coach Loper will A" 18-20, with well known bluegrass 11:30 p.m.Lew1IlI'amU, *1:30: p.m., Bluegrass
'
stay to help run the state track meet. performers on itage., Saturday-Schedule: Thoroughbreds
The Class 3A meet is Friday, the 8:15 p.m., Chubby Wise
Class 4A meet is Saturday, May 12. Monika Williams Heads for State... The General show,Lee promoted, gets under and producedby way Fri- River 10:00: Grass a.m.JXxxfle and the Golden' 8:45: p.m., Murphy Brothers
) 9-30: Rivergrass Revue
The Class and
lA 2A
meet was last p.m.
weekend which Coach A 1062" discus throw placed Monika Williams third In Region 2 track day evening at 6 p.m. and runs to 10:30 a.m.Doug Cloud and County .10:15 pjn.Lewis Family
Loper spentat competition and qualifies her for the Class 3A track meet. midnight 'tIcketa: '10. Line ..It:00 p.m.suWvans
Showalter Field the f.t
helping run
meet. Williams Is the only Bradford High athlete to quality for state. Weekend Uckeii'are $18 in advance 11:15 a.m.Southern Strangers t 11:30 p.m.Raymond Fairchild
,or$20 at the gate.Camp sites 13:00 p.m.RivergraM Revue :1J '12:19 a.m..GrlmUinale:

E Anything Goes! Musical Comedy Comes to Starke are with available limited hook-ups.$30 for Rough the weekend camp- 1:30 12:45 p.m.p.m.Sullivsas, Chubby Wise Sunday 10:00 a jn.,Schedule,Doug Cloud and County

Ing Is free with a week<< ticket. 2:00 p.m., Bluegrass Line ,

time for another musical com- of Public e-nemy wo. u, a ory, cola Porter. Schedule Thoroughbreds 010:0..m. eachville
edy to come to Starkel t Picture night club singer (turned The Bradford Community Players Friday : 2:43 p.m., Murphy Brothers ,
11:30
ajn.Sullivans
yourself aboard a cruise ship In the evangelist) and a large cast of interfering invite you to come to auditions May ":00 p.m., Southern Strangers 3:30 p m., Raymond Fairchild 012 IS Wise
pjn.Cbubby
company of two star-crossed lovers passengers and crew.' 11,T to 9 p.m.. or May 12,4 to 6 p.m. ..: ,Doodle and the Golden "' :15 p.m., Beachville 12:48:
whose romance Is hindered by her Sound Good? Then you're ready at the Starke Womans Club. River Grass 5:00 p.m., Lewis Family 1:15 p.m.Beachville Sullivan
mother and for Anything Goal There's plenty of For more Information, call .7 JO p.m.,
fiance', an overbearing : a.m., Bluegrass 3:45 p.m.,Doug Cloud a County 2:00 End
further complicated by the presence parts, lots of fun and the magic of 964-8498 or 9648210. p.m. ,