Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Two hurricanes are churning up the mid Atlantic, neither a SECTION At 12 Pug. .
threat to land at this time. Both are moving northward following a Hard N.wi. .J. .',14A ,
trough of low pressure and have diminished somewhat from their Idltorlal. .','1 ..; .. .. .. .. .. .'" SINCE 1879
peak wlr .speeds of over 100 mph. Sport. .. .' ',IOIIA
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and Is hardly more than a wave of tropical disturbance.
Meanwhile a weak front Is trying Into the southland SECTION Bt 12 Pog.i
but warmer air spilling northward bend the front may slow Its 'Boonc'i Baik.tt.IB
progress. Warmer than normal temperatures are predicted for to- Crlm. N*_.4d-BIOB
day, Thursday, August 30, and Friday, with some cooler air expected H.mi of Int....f. ,3,7-10,128 1.07770YOUNG z r rmm
Saturday and Sunday. The chance of rain will be less than Obltuarln.'. v v 111 I. IBRftRY P K Di1-:;
50%. ,
Highs may reach the high 90s and lows In the mid 70s. High SECTION Ct t pag.i UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA i i
humidity is pushing the heat index well over 100 degrees. ,'
The moon will be full Tuesday, Sept. 4 and the sun will set todayat ClaMlfLd Ad.. C The Sweetest
7:55: p.m. Sunrise this morning was at 7:06. l.gali. I It11 Year l HPIIMESVILLE FL 32611-

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N'3t* Primary Election Scheduled i iN xt.T;'P ,l av I IeI

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ng By Bustor Rahn Re-elected Already... fices are: Bob Martinez/Allison DeFoor Claude Kirk, Rep. **

BCT Scoff Writer The following incumbents were County Commissioner, Dist 2: -John Davis Ken Stepp, Rep.Commissioner .
Bradford County electors will go returned to office without opposi- E.L. Norman, incumbent -Warren E. Folks of Agriculture:
Pop Warner Football... to the polls Tuesday, September 4, to tion: Greg Alvarez -Marlene W. Howard (No incumbent in this race)
vote In seven or eight state and coun- Bradford County School Board: Manly Bolin -Anthony R. Martin Bob Crawford Dem.
Sign ups for Pop Warner Footballare ty races,depending on the district. in Jimmie[ Scott Dist. 1 Arthur Gaskins U.S. House of RepresentativesBill Charles Bronson, Rep.
being conducted at practice which the voter lives.[ James Wainwright, Dist. 2 The winner of the primary election Grant, Rep. incumbentBob Jack P. Dodd, Rep.
every night, Monday thru Friday Evelyne Chastain, Dist. 5 will face Republican Marvin Rosier Boyd, Dem. Ron Howard, Rep.
from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. at the Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn Bradford County Judge: In the General Election. -Pete Peterson, Dem. \\here there Is a single Republican
fairgrounds. Children 7-13 years old predicts a 50 percent turnout county- George Pierce County Commissioner, Dist. 4 Secretary of State: or Democrat that race will not ap
may participate. Signups open until wide in the first primary election. State Representative: Joe Riddick, incumbent -Jim Smith, Rep. incumbent pear on the first primary ballot, but
August 31.American. Although there are 17 terms expiring George Crady John Anderson Alcee Hastings, Dem. will be on the General Election in
this several Incumbentsdid Donald M. Hale
year Florida General -Jim Martin, Dem. November.
Legion... not draw opposition, and are, Robert E. ButterworthState : State Representative: John P. Rogers, Dem
therefore, automatically returned to Chance Irvine, Rep. incumbent State Treasurer: Flynn's Prognosis...
American Legion Post 314 will In- Attorney:
office. John Thrasher, Rep. -Tom Gallagher, Rep. Incumbent of Neva
stall officers for the Post and Aux- Len Register Supervisor Registration

iliary, September 7, 8 p.m. at the The only incumbent subject to County Wide Races... --Jake George Crouch Stuart, Dem.Dem. Flynn said this year's voter turnoutis
District difficult to forecast,
Post Home. All members are askedto Bradford County voters not seeking Voting... extremely
All county electors will be able to State Comptroller: since member district
single races
please attend. 1st Vice- re-election this Some Bradford
is Commissioner voters will
vote In the Gerald Lewis Dem. incumbent
following races: tend to blur former
Commander Carl Halle, Adjutant of Agriculture Doyle Conner. vote for candidates,while others will
Governor's Race -Chris Comstock
Leon Thomas. Conner,a Bradford County native,is be unable to vote in the race becauseof Democrats: Rep. voting records.
Lawton Commissioner of Education- '
Chiles/Buddy Mackay Mrs. Flynn said the would predict
retiring after holding the commissioner's district lines.Candidates .
Senator Walker. Bill Nelson/Tom GustafsonGovernor's Betty Castor, Dem. incumbent .' ./c. i turnout county-wide
.. I
position for 28 years. running for district of
Race, Republicans Amefika D. Geuka, Rep. -.* nnvl
Senator Sherry Walker will close I
her Lake City office Sept. 1, and
hold office on rotating dates in
commissioner's board rooms, in the Tentative County
various counties she serves. Hours i'r '
will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Bradford and Union Counties
have been assigned First and Third
Fridays each month. The release Budget Adopted,
did not explain how both counties
will be served at the
same time. I

Woman's Club... '; Taxes Up 1.7 Mills

The Starke Woman's Club will
hold its first Fall Board Meeting,
Wednesday, September 5, at 1 p.m., i r &.. A $7.862 million budget, including Commissioner Joe Riddick, seek-
at the clubhouse. All board r 1.7 mill tax Increase,was tentatively ing re-election to District 4, pointed
members are urged to attend. 9)c approved by Bradford commis- out county expenses are undoubtedly -
sionres Tuesday night, Aug. 28. going up in the next four or five
BHS Class of 1970... / Some 35 persons from all parts of ears. Riddick mentioned that a new
ti ....., the county filled the county commission ail needs to be built, the courthouses
Cindy Futch announces a new i meeting room to protest the tax : full and an addition will probably
meeting date has been set, Mon- increase, the first since 1983. The be necessary,CR-18 Is a county road
day, September 17, at 7:30: p.m. ? ti county increased taxes 2.67 mills in and will need retoppmg, the county
'r V 1976 and the protesters filled the landfill expenses are rapidly in
VFW Meeting... a upstairs circuit courtroom. creasing, and the state required
The VFW Bradford Memorial Clerk Ray Norman said he felt comprehensive land use plan Is coining
' Po t tOn wtll l hold Its regulaJ; : monjiIi" most of the public Tuesday n i up shortly.. .,.-,.. iXbKmlhra -
y+ "w""rC"'ti11y' bushYhaq' ebtril 'l'oosday;'" ... i ?_,.., Sept. 4, at 7 p.m., in LI il' Skee{ r's the eoun- crease,?ralsrl1' 'lh rl6"r'f! 'restaurant, 367 North Temple Ave.' ty, but that was not the subject Tues level to 8.027 mills, will bring in over
J.. ),+" '....Commander Piomblno will day night, Chairman Maxie CaterJr. $400,000 additional. Still; the county
discuss several new projects. All ;Qty, declared. budget is stretched drum tight.
" members are requested to attend. It was the first of two required Clerk Ray Norman and CPA Kara-
public hearings on the 1990.91 sworth have told commissioners the

First Baptist... budget. The second public hearingwill county may have to borrow $300,000:
be held in about two weeks. $400,000 before next September to
The Young at Heart of the First ) ,r By this time, however, all is said finish out the budget year.
Baptist Church of Starke, will hold : !I'1' and done on the budget, on which Commissioners trimmed over $1.5
its regular monthly meeting Thurs- y I commissioners have been working million by cutting back as much as
day, September 6, at noon, with a 1 since last December, pointed out possible. Department heads have
covered dish luncheon, in CPA Pat Farnsworth.The been asked to hold spending down
Fellowship Hall. residents were complainingabout but commissioners stopped short of
Mrs. Sylvia Reddish will be in increased property assess ordering an across the board cut-
charge of the program. ment much back.
as as the tax increase.
"Tie A Yellow Ribbon- +: +* '..*. They think their homes are not The new budget is up about four

Lake Butler Singles.. As the song says, "Tie yellow ribbon'round the ol' ml -east crisis began on the flag pole at City Hall, on assessed the same' as 'their percent, much of that the three per-
Dancing and socializing Satur- oak tree," but this time,to show support for out?troopsin doo4s windows, trees, fence posts,/mail boxes. or neighbors, or have been increasedtoo cent pay increases set for county
day, September 1, 8-12 p.m., at the Middle East..our tIl'OIIP1J.1 around the''World., anywhere ,they can be tied to showsupport for our much. employees.The .
Community Center, Lake Butler. says Supervisor ol Elections)Neva Flynn, left,and Betty 'troops and in sympathy. with hostages 'being detained An elder Keystone area resident, crowd present Tuesday night
Dress casual or formal. Ann Phillips, deputy clerk as they tie the. ribbon, 'on In Iraq. V, "' -'"' hot under the collar, complained bit. however, mostly wanted to com-
"- Admission, members $4; non- the big live oak tree at the courthouse, '4.'<". '- "We as 'a. nation, need.to do something more constructive terly and repeatedly about paying plain. Chairman Carter, kidding the
members $S. Featuring the Rock Yellow ribbons have appeared all over.town since! the ," say Flynn, and Phillips, "we need to taxes for which he receives no ser audience but half-serious too, could
become self sufficient ,In terms ::' vices..Commissiones agreed the SE
Bluff Band. All singles over age 25 more ,. ..energy. .
welcome. county area is,short on services. (see County Budget..p.3A)

vites Hampton The all city candidates of Hampton Rally.running..cordially for In- $ 800,000, Cutback in School Funding Possible IAn

political office to attend a rally '' '
Saturday, Sept. 1. 6 p.m. at Hampton $800,000 cutback In funding for lecUons'.ar i ,.hre1sbout $80 million shortof Tallahassee Sept.- 17', said Supt.K Dun- essential (ravel end curtailing:; the were told to cut 5 percent across the
City Park. All candidates will the 1990-91 would be- serious for prOje tions. The state's 'ainy day can. The state Cabinet is to meet, purchase of furniture, equipmentand board we'd have some very serious
have an opportunity to speak. Bradford schools, says Supt. Jim reserve fund now totals$100 million. Sept. 23 to reduce spending to the supplies. things to look for," said Supt. Dun-
Refreshments, country and Duncan. 'In 1983,); schools had to cut back new level, according to state If a 5 percent cutback Is ordered, can.The
bluegrass and gospel music.will The uncertainty la the only1 thing ..three'percent, said Supt. Duncan. newspaper reports. Supt. Duncan said he'll suggest first state! allocated $40 million for
follow the rally. clouding the smooth opening 01-,That caused a belt tightening but no Alarmed at economic storm warn holding back funds for all special technical instructional programsand
Bradford schools this week; said)!,f-jobs'were lost. ings and sagging tax collections, projects, such as the BHS gym another $40 million for the Pre-
Festival of the Arts... Supt. Duncan. Talk of a 5 portent, ,'II"i -A Revenue Estimate Conference Gov. Bob Martinez and the state renovation. Such projects could be Kindergarten Program. These couldbe
The Santa Fe Community College cutback In funding from'the.state '.:Is scheduled Sept::10 in Tallahassee, Cabinet, meeting Aug. 211,'applied delayed a year, he said. ', cut without going into the regular
needs workers for the 5th annual began last week when a >$38,million Supt. Duncan told the school board the brakes to state spending,imposIng Reserve funds in the $16 million 'school classroom, which would af-
Starke Festival of the Arts, set for shortfall in July state revenue'was. ',Aug. 27. i\ Floridaschool;, -a temporary hiring freeze for Bradford school budget are around fect the bulk or majority of the educ-
October 27 & 28. If you can help reported. Since AprU,'state' .tax coh., superintendents ar@ being' called!- to. state agencies banning,! non- $300,000, not a large amount. ";((f we tional.program, says Supt. Duncan.

call SFCC at 964-5382 or the J P. :" ,/0',' t', ,'

\, Chamber BHS Alumni.of Commerce.. 964-5278. LocipMrtiticos i Speak Out at Theressa Rally I

BUS alumrl are planning a

centennial celebration of Bradford .,
Joe .
By CissyCT 4 ;
High School, which will be 100
Sioff WrH ?r
years old in 1991. r
A new'B' Book will be published. The Theressa Volunteer j Fire ?
If you have any pictures and an- Department served less thai')WO!dinners ;
I nuals that you would like to donateor at a political rally,atb loan to Wi>s; please send to Alumni center thereSa!>ylt ar ,JIigb(;' I
Association or call Linda August 23. ; i ",):">/' 1<
f HII4ebran-9&4-6800. If your name The smaller than usual r {y"tniar
\. was left out of the.'B' Book please' be due to the reversion-1 single r ,.
let us know.Plans are for the new member district voting in the county'as
book to pave more history and pic- well as a lack of county-wide
tures of our school and community. races to heighten politicall11tereatJn[
The BaS Alumni Association la this year's "off year"elecUon! ; .j.' ,' i' /
; sponsoring\ a membership drive,, Only two county commission races y t
Join today. yourmemberahfphss'lapsed : are being contested this yeaf/each
.renew today\Annual duelT, Kf district, thus eliminating
areS. Send check to VMumtiJu( '!i ''i .Down of the voters from hav- ei
Association P'Oj ao.'t tSLa "'{J, '. ;,ry local contest of high interest ,

.. 32091. [?Dale Bro-J-'i frt'II/"' !'f .t'' ., L1.i f o ittnty-wide officers' are; up',{ forreelection .
i< 1
., i year.
1" To f bqyoted county-wide,however,
'! / l '\ > ..: re.racs*! in the Democratic party
'O'' Irij A{ / ....'i foii'candidates{: ': : ,for U.S.ConEmol 17 .
:; ivernor of Florida, ?
')>ubtit"e'eU, l 5 tcn4dulec.i !J ifStt d: )+' oi t: State and State

coming weeP are. Tbe Republican party
I' P\The Stark Zoning BoArd meet at f gunty-wiiji race for Governor
Tbur Jay,Au ust 80,,71,>pJJ1orn ctolal1. /. ; oromissionef tof Education .and

'_1.f'The ( 'I.? 'ommisslanef Agriculture, and a
CItY;A ila'mpton has ICI_' $; '!'race, for State Representative in the
ed a political rally at UM City Park'' ,:;i' Sst House District only which, in
Saturday,SeJlt..1. 6 pm/; .:&,' if t Bradford County;IS from Graham to'
election 4 tt the Brat' US-e0l.ouch of SR-i and CR227.and ","What.Am Bid,"...
primary for Bradford ,, eait of U County.The first primary in the City nora "What am I bid" Is the familiar chant of the auctioneer, iadwas th e 'Cro.bjr, kldden. reprcnentlng Lawton Chiles; E.L. 'Nook' Norman, Steve
of Starke is scheduled Tuesday; line.Of more interest to Bradford chant 'of Master Ceremonies Elbert'Heney,, auctioning (topoUle.1 Adam,.speaking for Bob Boyd; Arthur G........ In rear John Grant.
willbclrolsle'Polla opes at,7 a.m. 'Col nty'Is a referendum to decide hopefuls at the rally at the Theressa Community. Center Satur.day peaking for' his father, Bill Grant, and a representative for Tom.
at 7 p.m., Tourist night August 23. Gallagher.
.the' levying of a two percent Candidates present at the rally are (tfl Joe RkkUck, n.M.llale,Manly Len Schlohnan. who spoke for Bill Nelson Is not la the photo.

.((J5.Theressa. .;"i. ...... John Anderson. Marvin Rflier' (bidden).. Greg; ....n. Al

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(from page IA) And on the Republican will reserve on? evening each
Development Tax on any motel Marvin Rosier World to''visit and get input. from
hotel or temporary living accomoda- veteran and Lawtey Mayor ." he said. Effective leadership
Uons. including trailer parks and councilman for 20 years incumbent Joe Riddick listed .
tourist camps within Bradford flag burners saying "we don't grants the county has been .
Colutty.The money would be used to them in this country. in obtaining: "matching
promote and develop tourism in the He lists a city water system, for a new bookmobile for the and
county, by advertising and publicizing paving a three-man police a new emergency vehicle
the attractions available to and the "newest and best fire year and another new emergen
travelers through our area. In the county and we still for this year he said.'
To promote Starke. an Inexpen- money in the bank," as $2 million grant to build the new done.
sive stopover for sightseeing tours to complishriients in Lawtey landfill at Ellerbee Curve the ability to get things
iirrmmdina.areas.Jacksonville. .,., St. ...terms in office, and wants a ,Bradford and Union coun
.fJ1Itt- ti An tfui"iimfi for Bradford has been received he said and
.... tent for new scales at the ,land
--.'\d, ..... and money for a form
\ Grants have paid
t four
w John old tires at the landfill and the
pposed by
u ale.proposed. solid waste group is work-
to set another federal grant, in con-
with the university of
handle county
s nto the "to develop a composting
ants that apply"I at the" new landfill at J.., ,.
he said.
county. He Curve. '. ,
tax dollars are have attended more meetings
how they can all the other commissioners put
4, to maintain I have given it my best
If that's not good enough you
a new commissioner RIddick
System feo implement so all Ii

tve Ices.access to Races...

axes, fire, Crosby spoke In support of the
te, police ticket for Governor.
eeking the is the issue"he said."We
the chance to elect a man who
wners are have a lot of money a
property taxes to get the government of the
re oses to of Florida back into the hands
? p2lt Mlr other Sources. people.
will scrutinize the Scnlofman addressed the
r departments money to on behalf of Bill Nelson, who
Valuer-ran'1 not Chiles for Democratic. ___
t ,WH and for Governor.See
: 1 n *l iccessful,
( Theressa..p.3A>
'its critical that District 21 has a representative that can solve problems will
( : '. .u_ .. : : ... .. '.: 1 effectively represent all parts of the District, and bring workable solutions. homer
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l ua Jacksonville ... _aw at his prior location of
department employee, has lived i lu, y
says Bradford the Sheriff's County since Department 1964, and is 996 N. Temple Ave. JOHN THRASHERFlorida

undermanned,"but the money is not
there. I will explore every avenue House of
before voting to Increase taxes," RepresentativesRepublican
and special assessments will receive
says.consideration as an alternative, he The telephone #'s are

Arthur Gaskins, farm owner and 964-5701
operator the school for board 22 years eight, has years served, promises Your vote counts. Please, be sure and vote Tuesday, the day after Labor Day.

to work for a "better and 964-8168
more efficient county government, ...+ k. .. .. Pjtjd political advertisement paid lor by campaign treau ,
saving money where possible and ',\' 1 M.u .. 't.I\! '.''% IRePUbln',-,./ L.OS
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I County. Budget Prompts Tax Increase I -.

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Pete Thomas, a city councilman Peggy Kelly, who sat through ATTh H-EiP
find nobody who liked the Increased from Hampton, accused commis- nearly every budget session, said
property assessment or Increased sioners of trying to push special she Is extremely tired of people ( KEEPTOURIST
taxes. assessments down the throats of, labeling as deadbeats everybodywho
"I think this Is a bunch of county residents.He asked why property is on a fixed Income and whom
,baloney." said the SE county resident taxes hadn't been Increased a the $28,000 homestead exemption
,who complained of pot holes In little each year, rather then luting helps tremendously.Pete .
the roads no law enforcement ser- the taxpayers with a bomb this year. Thomas accused the commission TAXDOLLARS
vice In the outlying area, and no Chairman Carter said hindsight is of"..dropping a time bomb on
rescue service. 20-20, and maybe the commission us. We should not let it become a
Commissioner Joe Riddick should have done that. But,Carter time bomb."Thomas said he'd have .
pointed out the commission approved said the theory has been to use funds increased a little bit every year.
two additional deputy sheriffs available and to delay Increasing! "Boy, I'm sure glad you're not in
last year." taxes as long as possible.That Is try- my district," Chairman Carter told 1 IN
Erie Buchanan, who recently Ing to be conservative Carter said. Thomas.
bought a home at S10 N. Walnut Cliff Chapman, a Hampton Lake "Why,"asked Thomas. ,,
Street in Starke, told the board he resident and chief of emergency "Because you'd vote against me," .
"...first was paying a terribly low medical services for the county, 'said Carter.u're :
sum."Reappraisals have increased pointed out the commission has been ,right about that" BRADFORD
his taxes 1,000 percent, Buchanan hit by mandated expenses from the replied Thomas.
said,from$35 to over$300.Why not state and the$25,000 homestead ex- Peggy Kelly told the 35 resident
reappraise everybody so they pay emption, which has caused the she hadn't seen them at the budget
their fair share,Buchanan asked. revenue shortage. meetings.
"I'm afraid that's up to the pro-
said Chariman COUNTY
Car terapBuchanan said Appraiser
Alvarez has said he'd be back

Theressafrom My compliments to officers Mack

Short and Wayne Wilkinson of the
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page VOTE
"BUI Nelson can relate to north Stark City Police Department for .
Florida"said Schlofman."His wife their speedy arrest and recovery of
is from Jacksonville, his grand-
mother Is from: Chipley." He is items stolen from the Fried Chicken i
familiar with rural north Florida Factory after the break-in Tuesday
and the conditions and problems
peculiar with the area,he said. morning. YES
Both Democratic candidate
representatives have vowed to unite Thank you, ,
after the primary,and approach the H.L. Dye i \.
general election in November as one .. -.....
party,whoever the victor. .
Bob Boyd,candidate for U.S.Con- .
gress "is swimming the lakes and ,
rivers of north Florida to
demonstrate his eagerness to serve w .
this district. He supports school CfuirCes Schaefer
prayer and prayer at football
games, he takes no money from .
polluters, S & L crooks or big con- For The Tourist
tractors, said Steve Adams, speaking Voters in Starke, Group 5: ,
for Boyd.
Incumbent Bill Grant, Rumors of my accepting
Republican, knows what the farm contributions and donations from any
bill means to north Florida,said son -=_ !
false. Disclosure records of "
Bill Grant. He Is working on the source are Development
farm bill in congress,and is opposedto contributions received are on file in
gun toward control passing in any the form.Clean He Air worked Act-, City Hall, and are open to the public.I .

and supports President Bush's stand on my platform of honesty,
strong stand against Illegal drugs. Tax..Sept. 4
Insurance Commissioner TomGallagher1 integrity, and accessibility. '
Republican,has targeted
f artists-the fast talking Charles Schaefer

sumers Insurance and salesmen prey on who the elderly bilk to,con-the Vote Tuesday, Sept. 11 in Starke > ",,,.' ,. $+'
poor and the weak. PeL J L Adv}
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JoeRIDDICK 'This j Tax lsTo: .. Rent44: ,;:; t:-

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Motel ,Rooms in"i: i x

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County Commissioner Dist. 4 Why Not Bradford County??

Alachua, Clay, Duval, Marion, St. Johns,

Bradford Co. Representative on North Central Florida Regional Volusia Counties Already Have A Tourist

Planning Council, serving as vice chairman to council. Development Tax.

Bradford Co. Representative on New River Solid Waste

Association Board of Directors

Active Member of Hope Baptist Church Who Would Benefit By A Tourist

..Active Member of Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association Development Tax.Dollars

e Retired from A T & T and Previous Owner of R & S Telco, Inc.

Attended Workshops and Am Prepared to Assist in the.Local Generated From Motel Room Rental

Comprehensive Planning& Development Act Due in 1991 for Taxes Could Be Used To Generate

Bradford Co. .

I Three Children, all graduates of Bradford" High School, and More :Tourists In Our County Through

Three Grandchildren.. Such Events As:

I promised you four years:of my best as a working

Commissioner, Representing.workshops, Woman's Club Antique Show

conferences meetings, traveling more 'miles to

find solutions to complicated problems than all othe 4th of July Celebration

Commissioners combined. ,Santa Fe Arts Show

And Many Other Events


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\: I still do not have all the answers to all ,.\ :

problems. but ,with God's Help and Your Vote. PAID BY YOU

t ':; 'Promise to continue Seeking and to Serve to That Bnfts You..

:the Best. of My Ability. Thank you for your Vote -

-*' and your Trust for the Future.
I For More Information, Call Bradford County

Chamber of Commerce 964-5278



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I ; ) i i \ i i I Conner's Name
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For Bradford 1988 when Republican Charles Bronson
Politics County voters who go to
{, 1.4 million votes to Conner's 1.7
the polls Tuesday: an old,familiar namethey've polled
been used to seeing on ballots million.
It's Last StandIn for the last forty years will be missing; Over the years Conner has won
Making The Dame of course is that of Doyle numerous honors, Including selection
Conner 61-year-old Commissioner of by the U.S. Jaycees as one of the Na
Agriculture who started his political tion's 10 Outstanding Young Men in
career during high school days at BHS 1950; past president of the National
1970 Lawton Chiles made political As budget chairman during his last in the early 1940s when he was elected Association of State Departments of
history in Florida when he came walking term in the Senate, Chiles fought for in-' president of the Bradford County Agriculture: first President of the

out of nowhere on his way to the Gover- creases in the Women's, Infant's and America Chapter,followed of Future State Farmers of Latin-American Organization: past Florida president Agricultural of the
nor's office. The people were asking- Children's food Assistance programs, and and finally National FFA President In University of Florida Alumni Association
Lawton Whooo? also for adequate care for "at risk" 1M8-49. ; and the U. of F. Distinguished

But he just kept walkin' and talkin', children in order to reduce the infant Alumni Award in 1972..
mortality rate. "For every dollar spent Born and bred on a Bradford County
and the weren't asking
pretty soon people In a recent interview,.Conner told an
on these programs we can save three farm, he knew what he wanted long
"Lawton Whooo? anymore. They were dollars in future medical he before he was tall enough to reach the in agriculture and continued being re- Associated Press reporter, "When you
too busy looking and listening-and they expenses, slot In a ballot box. It was a mixture of elected by Bradford County voters to make up your mind it's time to retire,
liked what they saw and heard. says. argtculture and politics, ideally blend- the House. He again scored a political it's time to retire." I'm not going to be
Chiles was fortunate to serve 16 yearson ed in the office of Commissioner of bull's eye with election to the coveted depressed by it. He will continue to
Walkin' Lawton won their confidencewith the Senate's Committee Agriculture Conner set his sights on office of Speaker of the House in 1959 at make his home in Bradford
his easy-going sincerity and they Special on Ag that office while still in high school.He the tender age of 28. owning property in rural
went to the polls and voted for him, not ing. More than three million residents of wound up holding it for 30 years,almostas During all these County.He .
only in 1970 but again and again to give Florida are over the age of 60 and the long as the 37-year record of Nathan Conner's remained early focused years the,
who died in office in 1937 and eyes on is relieved to get away'lrom the
fastest growing age group in the state iscomposed Mayo,
him 18 years in the U.S. Senate-and he was succeeded by Conner. office of Commissioner of Agriculture.When big-money media campaigns that now
never let them down. of citizens now over the age of Nathan Mayo died in office in monopolize Florida politics. "I was fortunate -
85. As chairman of the Senate Budget 1960,he threw his hat in the ring for the to with
Fresh out of develop rapport the
The people knew that a letter written to high school, Conner Job and won the runoff and the people
the "
Committee he worked to ensure that entered ag college at the University of of this state, Conner said. "I've
Lawton Chiles from the lady next door or balancing of the federal budget was not Florida and soon demonstrated his General Election in November.For the gone to a lot of meetings and listened to

the grocer down the street would receive done at the risk of cutbacks in the Social political savvy by running for election the next elections ten years of he 1964 drew, '66 no, and opposition'70. After In what the people had to say.: I always
quick and personal response. And, best of Security System. He also worked to the Florida House of Representativesin that he had token opposition several returned my phone calls,and" never had
all, it was followed by prompt action on diligently to make sure that Medicare his Sophomore year at the tender age years, but nothing serious except in an unlisted phone number.
0121.Two ye..later he won his degree
the problem involved,whether a Vietnam and Medicaid programs did not suffer
Vereran's claims or a senior citizen's during budget negotiations. He fought for
health care Chiles was always there increased funding of home health care

when needed. and other forms of non-institutional care

He never asked for, nor expected for the aging population.As Letters to the Editor-

anything for his sevices-or, as some of- a veteran of the Korean War, he
ficeholders put it-big contributions for understands the needs of Florida's war
the privilege of "access" to his office. veteran population and has always work- Property Appraiser Says, Hill Letter Misquoted HimIn

There are many, many instances in ed to see that those needs were protectedby

which people who are politically adequate funding and programming.These his eagerness to endorse a local of tax that someone pays. First, the totally exempt from taxes. That is
powerless and need help, have, in their are just a few of the reasons mat candidate,Harold Hill misquoted me in value. Second, the millages levied by closer to one-third than to one-half.And
desperation, turned to Chiles and received his recent letter to the editor. In the different taxing authorities. I am even those who are exempt now pay by
would feel comfortable with Lawton
we reference to increased taxes on Santa responsible for determining the value way of the county's special assessment.
the much needed.
attention they so Chiles as Governor of Florida and haveno Fe and lakes his letter
Hampton based on market sales, and I take full I want to thank the Santa Fe Lake
The accomplishments of Lawton Chiles hesitancy in recommending to voters stated,"Our Tax Assessor, said that he responsibility for those values. The residents for inviting me to visit with
that vote for Chiles will be vote for alone was responsible for the increase millage and taxes are not under my '
during his three terms in the U.S. Senateare a a them. I thought the meeting was:I good
better and due to reassessment ol.:property;>> at control and I don't take responsibility one. Hopefully, most in attendance
of Florida
a clue to what he and his runn- government one market value". That certainly I is not for them.
ingmate, Buddy MacKay, can ac- that is more responsive to the needs and what I said.What heard what I actually said.
the welfare One other clarification is needed.Approximately Alvarez
complish in Tallahassee.To people. Jimmy
I said was this, There are two 39 percent of the Bradford
County Property Appraiser
begin with, we can thank him for bringing components that determine the amount homestead properties in our county are

with him to Washington the

"Government in the Sunshine" laws that "Food for Thought" Chiles and MacKay Many Thanks To The
have worked so effectively in Florida. Care About NeedsOf Florida Highway

The White House and Congress All The PeopleI Patrol TroopersThe

"establishment" didn't like the sunshine am writing this letter to the voters
FHP who took the time
law at first, but Chiles persisted, and the VOTE of Bradford County and to whomever it from their busy Troopers schedule to care for 18
reach out to in the world.
American know about whatis might
people more For stranded small dogs, deserve the
Lawton Chiles and Buddy
going on in Washington today becauseof both have proven that they care MacKay for all highest praise. It is gratifying to me to
his efforts. know that we still have some people
the They are understanding in
Tourist Tax Let's Show the Nation who are Concerned about helpless
the world science and technology and
His history-making 1003-mile walk in animals.
I We Don't Need PACs
know how to reach out to the people.
1970 gave him the unique opportunity to learned this in the capacity where I TpI un The Country The Alachua County Humane Society i
see and admire the variety of natural More than 30.000 vehicles pass worked and helped earn a livelihood for; of" JJ ; ,)!bd Animal ;Control also-'ieserve; :
resources of our state. The "education" through Bradford County each myself and my family in the health. r %We've.been ripped off enot &fiAi ;
he received on his cross-country walk day on field such as mental retardation'andpsychiatry. < > every turn we find "special intmustsY .L5tit\lI.iU.nd afroin y ford County and
our main highways: U.S. 301, State 100, collecting on their campaign contribu- caring for them..
made a lasting impression on his cons- and State IS. Many of these tions awarded fat contracts
cars carry by being ,
lived with this and other kindsof
cience and concerning the I daily My sincere thanks to Troopers Dwain I
judgement en-
tourists who are looking for various attractions illnesses such disabilities watering down environmental legisla- Hudson
as body Bill Abrams, Donald Dean, I
vironment. Whether it was fighting tion,etc.and then there's the &
In this area. skin problems,lost hearing,and speech SGT. David Goodner and other
against offshore oil drilling in the Florida problems. I have yet to find a doctor Loan bailout which will cost every man, Troopers who were caring... I
Keys, protecting beaches and wilderness The last item on the ballot you who said you cannot write this message woman, and child at least $2,000. Even I
areas, or rivers like the Suwannee,he has receive at the polls next Tuesday will about health. Doctors are the ones who more distrubing news is that they knew Claire M.Capps,Starke
about it
as early as 1980.
worked diligently to preserve our natural be the proposed 2 percent levy on write diagnoses and treatment orders.

resources for the enjoyment of presentand rooms rented by tourists in hotels and Here is what J do know: From the I'm ready for a change. I don't want Chiles/MacKay Team
future generations.When motels in Bradford County. It will add time we are born into the world, we. my legislators owing allegiance ,to Not.Controlled.By Big Interest
only about 80 cents to the cost of the need the doctor for nutrition and health anyone other than the people. Lawton Chiles and Buddy MacKay
it that crack cocaine and need the doctor when we
appeared problems have to
but will promised bring
average overnight room rent government
would become an epidemic in Florida add a substantial amount each to leave this world, until the death certificate That's why Lawton Chiles is limiting back to the people of Florida, where it
year is written.
finally campaign contributions to $100. belongs. We know that
Chiles worked with law enforcement the the Chamber Commerceuses they are not controlled
agencies to create a task force that fund of The doctors say that Lawton Chiles by the special Interest groups
to promote Starke and Bradford ready, willing, and able to serve as Let's oring government back to the and are therefore able to do what they
became model for other states in the
a County. Governor of Florida-and if the doctors people and show the nation you don't have promised. They are people-
war on drugs.In don't know, who does? I hope to see have to take money from big business, oriented candidates, and will be fair
the field of education he is currently When you vote "Ye, on this pro- Lawton Chiles and Buddy MacKayserve special interest, and PAC's to be and honest in all their dealings with
posal you will allow our out-of-town as Governor and Lieutenent elected. Who knows, maybe we'll starta "we, the people". '
proposing the "sunsettin of all state visitors to share a little bit of the cost of Governor of Florida because they are trend? They have worked hard for
laws affecting education, if he is elected services they receive from the leaders and will lead us in the right senior citizens, schools, and for veterans better
Governor. "We need to review direction, rather than the have
way Sandra O'Briant-Johnson law
Chamber, and afei help with advertis- enforcement. They deserve our
everything on the books in order to ing the attractions of Bradford and sur- been going for the past four years. 911 West Pratt,Starke votes on September .4.Violet.
establish a sense of accountability", counties Mary E.Peterson,Starke
rounding they might visit. Crosby,Starke
Chiles says, and points out that his $100
limit on contributions will allow him to Please help yourself your city, and
leave politics out of making appoint- your county by voting "yes" for the
ments to State education boards in orderto Tourist Development Tax next Tues-
get the best and most professional peo day. i How It Will Look on Your BallotTO


VOTE on a referendum, mark a cross (x) accomodations In any hotel

i. In the blank space next to either YES or,NO. apartment hotel motel resort

Martinez Poll Shows Chiles LeadingThe BRADFORD, COUNTY TOURIST motel apartment, apartment motel,

DEVELOPMENT TAX rooming house tourist camp, trailerREFERENDUM
camp motor home park mobile "
Tampa Tribune has disclosed results of
a new poll conducted for
campaign headquarters of Gov.Bob Martinez.As reported In the Tribune home park or condominium for a
the poll shows: Referendum to approve County "rental" term of six months or less.

Lawton Chiles easily winning the Democratic nomination for Governor Ordinance 90-5, levying and .
over Bill Nelson In Tuesday primary. No percentages were giVn..
county-wide a Tourist
Martinez running hair ahead of Chiles with 43 percent to 43 percent FOR
of the vote. Development Tax of two per cent of the Tourist
each dollar of the total YES Development Tax
-Martinez running better than that against Nelson,44 percent to 40 per-
cent. consideration charged every' NO AGAINST the Tourist
,person who rents leases or lets Development Tax I
The survey of MO registered voters was taken during the weekend! by
Martinez's polling consultant with a margin of error of 4.3 percent. any living quarters or .:

The Tribune predicted that the Mason-Dixon poll conducted for a
group of the news media will be released later this week and likley to
.be less favorable for Martinex. Howard Troxler, writer of the Tribune \\TicnPeopteFirst> .
Palm Tree Politics: column, predicted that the Mason-Dixon poll will be
less favorable for Martinez, and will show that Chiles' lead over Nelson
has widened. Also that Martinez has grown stronger against both
Democrats. \ 'Wote!

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Defensive tackle Clayton Manning, No. 76, puts pressure; II n Itnl team
quarterback K 'KKle Sheffield No. II. The quick and speedy Sheffield,
Guy however needs only a Htniill I I. > to.t) away5t

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Coach Hurse Pleased
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With Hitting ShownBoth (904)964.4077

good and bad was seen In the
scarlet and Cray scrimmage, but '
veteran Coach David Hurae was & seth
pleased with the hitting. -. $ Beth t
Youngerneedefensive on thestarter team with ..., 25 '

are only still having their problems returning but $25 perms Bela/
look better, too, said Coach Hurse. 1:::' t. s keys
The Red team, directed by star- sty Ie $35
ting quarterback Reggie Sheffield, wp i & i
won the scrimmage, four 8-mlnute $8 cut CUrls
quarters 21-12. The White team .4'(' _
from scored quarterback first on a SO Julius yard TO Harden pass, t t "A\ Full Service Solon"

No. 12, to tight end Andy Goodowns Ij, __ .. -- ..Ai.-.I\.... II.. "- _
No. 85.The.
other White team TD came on
a run by Allen Jenkins, No. 13.
The Red team's first TD was set t
up by a 60 yard screen pass play to
fullback Robert Hankerson, No. 23. E.I0
Hankerson took the ball in though it "Nook" NORMAN
took a few trie*. He went on to score
the Red team's other two TD's on
several good runs. 1 e_
It was the big play that hurt the
BUS defenses on both sides, said County Corximissioner
Coach Roland CUmmings,the defen-
sive coordinator. The big plays
came on mistakes by younger District 2 Democrat"NOOK"
players who are learning,he pointed .
Hurse was pleased with the
play of the offensive line, the con- is
sistency of the tackles, especially.The .
defense gained good experience A Native of Bradford County
and some people Coach
Hurse is counting on came through A Veteran
and did a good job, he said. r
The kicking game, which can be A Homeowner and Taxpayer
the difference between a win and a
loss many times, has occupied '* A Family Man, Wife and 2 Children, 5 .
Coach Hurse and his Tornadoes this
week. Allen Jenkins got off two long r. &* GrandchildrenA
punts, punting for both sides, in the
scrimmage. Member of Heilbron Springs Baptist Church

defensive Coach Jerry secondary Kaminski, with said only the r E.L. "Nook" Norman is a man who speaks the

starter ing, played Terry well.Berry When No. 9 the, return-new language of our times and acts with the wisdom of

players made mistakes they immediately maturity.E.L. .
realized it,the coach said.
., please Red...page OK "Nook" Norman is a man with 12 years

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Dependable Reliable & Honest!

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Of the Board for Two Terms, 1981 & 1986and a True Public Servant.
Phone 964-8877 v I Campaign Account Dem.
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We're strictly local Locally-owned. Locally-managed. Staffed by people who know what the locals

r want. And know how to deliver the goods..without making a long-distance call to headquarters.

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Procedural Rules Considered bv BC Board of Adjustment I

By Butter Rohn Board 11the beginning\ of the persons may submit written questions receive the.J deliberations and vote of Approve the application with -'he Board's Board attorney, or to shall do so.direct/ the
ICT Staff Writer meeting, may offer sworn to the chairman to ask at his the Board. such conditions and safeguards as The chairman shall advise the -
County Attorney Bill Besaent testimony, documents or expert discretion. may be provided under Section 23.7of applicant
witnesses In of their Board Decisions... the Zoning Regulations .of Brad- of the appeal proem! An
presented the BC Board of Adjustment support posi Competence and relevance of appeal to the Board's decision/ must
with proposed proceduralrules tions. evidence shall be decided by the The Board shall vote one of ford County. be made to the County Commission
in its regular meeting Tues After direct testimony, cross examination chairman, pursuant to Chapter 90, several options: In event the Board finds a special shall within 30 days.Applications.
da 28. of witnesses may be conducted Florida Statutes.At Continue the hearing for further exception Is not required, it for variances and
Board Chairman Mark Harden- by the applicant the chairman the conclusion of all the evidence or other action deemed make such determination by vote acts follow ap
brook recommended the board table board members and legal evidence, the chairman shall necessary; and so advise the petitioner.The somewhat the foregoing proceduresfor
any action until the next regular counsel for both sides but no others. declare the hearing portion of the Approve the petition; Chairman shall Immediatelysign exceptions.
Third and other interested and shall to an order reflecting the action of special
meeting, giving board members an parties meeting closed proceed Deny the petition; ._ .
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opportunity to review the proposal.
The board agreed with iU chairman.
The proposal by Attorney Bessent H HI

will conformity bring the with board's controlling actions into ordinances (Avg. Weight 10 Lb. Bag) ulh .ii(

and Robert's Rules of _
Order, providing decorum and for
mality to meetings.Absenteeism. FROlEN

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The rules, when adopted, providefor
absences by board members to lEG y
be approved by the chairman,either _
prior to a regular meeting, or in a
subsequent meeting. Three con Lb.
secutive unathorized meetings will l 1 1 1
be deemed as a resignation,and the [QUARTERS
chairman shall report the vacancyto _
the Board of County Commis- f

sioners. llIIL_

The Chairman... -
The proposed procedures providefor A w Bunch
the chairman to be "responsiblefor
the efficient and expeditious con- Prices /In this/ Fresh Green
duct of the meetings, so that all ad good
issues brought before the Board are

an raised orderly, discussed manner.and disposed of in WHOLE RIBEYES: IllondayBROCCOLI, &

"The chairman shall exercise a Sunday Head Snow White
due diligence toward the eliminationof September 2
subjects or speakers that are 0 ,
repetitive, defamatory scandalous, 1990. CAULIFLOWERor
irrelevant,or improperly noticed for
consideration by the board. !
"The chairman shall ensure
through regular conference with the
staff of the board, that agendas, /_ O
notice of meetings, visitors to the
board and all other matters relatingto 0II
the duty, convenience, and com-
fort of the board are anticipated and Choice Beef Boneless
disposed so as to efficiently advance
the duties of the board." DElE or

Pending Matters...
The proposal prohibits board NEW YORK STRIP
members from communicating with
any applicant, party, zoning board
member, or other person, except STEAK
after having provided timely written I
notice to the opposing party, regarding
any matter, application or ap-
peal has been taken to the board fora
decision or adjudication.This .
proposal shall serve to bar
private discussions with board
members on the substance and S
merit of any pending case, but does $48
not prohibit Informal
contact relating only to procure of
the hearing or the dates of the
meetings, or other incidental mat

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.Hearing.Procedures.. : .. :
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.\mun.mnr"e -...N.tq'Y ..wa {}
The chairman shall
hearing by announcing the title of
the petition, name of the applicantand
the exception requested; the Bag
subject matter on which the petitionis 1e $ 99
founded, and the Rules of Order WHIIEbo
and Procedure to be followed. GROUND d4cTj'rTURKEY
The chairman shall state that in-
terested third parties or members of j"
the public may not be heard unless -
they identify themselves and their
interests to the Board at the beginn- 59th
ing of the hearing. The chairman POTATOES
shall announce the meeting is helm .
held in pursuant to Sections .
subsections thereof of the Zoning
Regulations of Bradford County, -
Following the announcement by

the mine address chairman which the, if, the any Board Board, of are those shall third wishingto deter par 28 Oz. ,Bush's 16 Oz. Food Lion 28 Oz. Frozen Banquet

ties meaning or Interested of the Florida parties Zoning within Law the, BAKED BEANS SOUR CREAM FRIED CHICKEN
and the order in which'any such
shall be heard.
The applicant may make'a two --- -- Frk kcn

minute marizing opening the evidence statement he intends sum to 790 990 :? $259

present, and may submit a written, -
proposed final order to the Board ;
setting forth the relief requested.The .
applicant may then offer sworn
testimony from himself and
witnesses or other competent
evidence in support of his petition. Assorted Sizes & Flavors 12 oz.
The zoning director or his staff SAVE
may present sworn witnesses, $1a(00 Frozen
documents or expert witnesses in COTTAGE
support or opposition of the petition.Third .

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Cecil Field Tours .

Scheduled Sept. 8 r_ 111M1111 t; J .
$159 '
NAS Cecil Field will host a tour of .89
the base on Saturday September 8 :!:i'li"f ;' y
at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and at noon.
Each tour will last about an hour and
will consist of abus tour of the base '" .
follwed by a visit to the Cecil Field '" "
Flight Line to see the F-A 18 Hornet .... Family .'
and the S-S Viking. The Number of SizeBAR
visitors will be limited to the numberrf .99 SOAP. .99
seats available on the tour bus. 10 K DRINK...... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .::46 Oz. .. .,.. ... .. 2 Pk.
Reservations are required. For
more Information of reservations. ,
call: 778-6059.
2 Utw fctotMl KMM Dinner Bell

Set Oct. 12-13 Genuine Draft & Miller Lite & Milwaukee's Best Ute
A three-day festival featuring an -
arts show and big name entertainment 12/8 PK CN BI 12/12 PK cN
,will commemorate the incorporation 9 9 o _
of Tybee Island, Georgia,
as a city celebrating it'i 103rd birth-
$ .
day.'the 299 $359 990

park adjacent festival will to the take city place hall In the on; ti tan9 -............. 1... ." .

Butler Friday,Ave.October from 12 6 and p.m.12 from a.m 11 a.m.on ::9:..... Psw. ...... k .......;:;.,..1.41 Lb.

-11 p.m.on Saturday,October 13 and
Sunday October 14. There will be
i arts and crafts, food, children's activities .
; and a best birthday cake
competition with cash prize will fill .
1 / / 1
the weekend with fun {or the whole.

sign Arts up and to partic-ate.crafts dlsplayers For more can still tor_ JOfcerf
' formation contact the Savannah
Area Chamber ,CoqJme.-ce., at.
(913) 9440444. -


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#2A Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department. it. ".

#2B Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department '

#3A Bradford County BRADFORD
Agricultural Building, North 301 : COUNTY

#3B Bradford County Agricultural Building North 301 .
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#4 Bradford County Road Department, Grand Street :" ') 41)'*' '' '' SEPTEMBER 4 1990

#5A Bradford County Public Jackson :r ,
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#5B Bradford County Public Library Jackson Street F ,;< .

#6A Buckley Residence, Road 225 V:; : ." Pursuant to Florida Statute 101.20(2) Neva Flynn,

#6B Buckley Residence, Road 225 :; f,. \ ,"'Supervisor of Elections, Bradford County, Florida
#7 -
RJE Complex, Pine Street :' I 1

#8A Starke Recreation Center Pratt Street.
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#8B' Starke Recreation Center, Pratt Street : '. M" ,,:' : ,,' ".:... I' .

#9A Southside Elementary School Cafeteria '

#9B Southside Elementary School Cafeteria -, :::1 7!, .' "o"f,;',rf ,, ,
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#10ATheressa Community'Center, S.E. 38th Ave. **, .' ,' .' : n 1 ;I. ;. '

#10B Faith Presbyterian Church, Road 7)'& 21B .

#11 Hampton City Hall .. 'N ww iT- ''CoO ," ." Sample Ballot for Precincts 1 2A, 3A, 4, 5B, 6A

#12A First Presbyterian Church, E. Call Street'r.: ; :- ;.. "t'" \I/fl.l. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT

#12B First Presbyterian Church, E. Call Street .r. ft.y'(Ib'" DEMOCRATIC UIIAOrOnD COUNTY,FLORID PARTY 8

#13 Terwillegar Ford Motor Co., Madison Street ..: I,' '.PRECINCT SEPTEMOER0-NO. 4t.; (F

#14 National Guard Armory, Edwards Road '. ,'. .

#15 Brooker City Hall .n' : 'TO VOHi lot..iM.lla.lt,lurk..n'o(.)In llw.,.,..,....a ll....I4IUIIT or IH...muTUM e.ib**.hr.Miti| ......M Ml.

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Representative.In Congress .',. ( One) In the M**tptce nt.l w eimtr' VIS or HO. .
....Cong_. .111 District
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Ballot'for'All Precincts : : 1, PETE PETERSON Referendum to approve County

...... . Ordinance 9O-5. levying: andImposing
-- -- county-wlda a Tourist
COUNTY Development Ta ol two par cent ol

NON-PARTISAN BALLOT FOR REFERENDUM. County CommissionerDistrict each consideration dollar ol the charged lolul ovary
2 ..,
COUNT Y.FLOHIUA, \ .SN" 'I STATE .onwho.nl..lool..o,101S
I r (Volt tor One) any living' quarters oraccomooatlons
PRECINCT NO. : Governor Lieutenant Governor .
ptt'UHAUIOIIU In any hotel
SEPTEMBER tVIO Volt lor Group)
.V L. apartment hotel motel rotort
Jt motel,awirtmant, apartment motel,
GREG ALVAREZ rooming house bullet camp, uwler
motor homo pork,mobilehomo
TO VOTE on.referendum,mark('cross (s)In"'.III.nk.pece nest to either. YES or NO. LAWTON CHILES MANLY BOLIN camp park or condominium for a

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BUDDY MACKAY .UII"I.rm.'al months loss.Secretary

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II. T. .....
TOM GUSTAFSON I YES 0.-;:: :: ::.Too T I

R.I.r.ndumlo.pprOvSCount, r NO "AGAINST"OZ';::;.....NW.. T.10.141.. I I
Ordinance 11005.levying and-
Imposing county-wide 0 TOUII.--. ol Slate
o.v.lonT..01 two
par V.
w. ,'' each dollar of the total <<7.a>. vole/or OM/ .. 1
consMereilon charged every /L . ... person who rents, .teases or .lets .- A. ..e.
..e..r any Hying auartera or '., .,
., acoomodallona, In any hotel.epartment .

_.. .....;. .....;..""' '''. "" 0- """motelipwtm.frsporunentmolalr hotel motet resort ""- w+". -.\' JIM MINTER j... .

.. .. ... ,. "rooming llm ;l110101'JlDrtr.--II i house,tourist camp,trailer> --_--.,,-.' ..... .. .. .' JOHN P.ROGERS' ; ..... _
U hO..perk"Condomlnjlor.!;; r.... .... '. >. ,... .- _.."_'" _. .. ill. '
"'.nir term 0'six months or.....

Sample Ballot for Precincts 1OA, 10B, ii, 16
I I YES fOR1M. ourwD0009. M.w I I II
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Sample Ballot for Precincts 2B, 3B, 3A, 6B. 7, 8A, 8B, 9A. OB. 12A, PRECINCTNO.COUNTY_FLORIDA *JIII;

12B., 13. 14, IS SEPTEMUeR 4,1WWK


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V Mi irw bar spjica noil 10 ilrwr TCS or NO.
1 ... PRECINCT NO." and Conortttlontl OlMriet
tS,r 'va.Iw O/M)

VOIK lor.<.HlHliiU,....cnifi W ta Ik._HIM"U"NIGIITaIM PETE PETERSON
approve County
CONGRESSIONAL Traaaurarpnutoron COUNTY .
Ordinance 90-5,levying und
"Raprosantallvo Congrat ) TO MITE en a reforenouni,marls:cross(a) Imposing county-wide a Tourist
M the Mank MM la ttuiM CS NO. as :
and ConanMlonal Mulct space or COUNTY Development Tux of two per cent 01
(.....01 One) County Commlu(onor each dollar ol In.total
BRADFORD COUNTY TOURIST I consideration charged every
I I STATEGovernor District
JAKE CROUCH .person who rents,leases or lots
I i TAX (vas tae On)
and .loulanont GovarnorVuMiw
any living quarters or
BOB BOYD ( Croup accomodauans In any:hotel
I B uhOIal mol reiart
PETE PETERSON metal lnIonl motal
"Referendum approve County JOHN ANDERSON rooming house, lour camp trailer
Ordinance 9O-5 levying and LAWTON CHILES D. M. HALE Cdmp motor home park mobile
Imposing county-wide a Tourist home park or condominium for a
Secretory ol Slate Development Tas ol two per cent ol BUDDY MACKAY JOE RIDDICK "rental"term ol six months or loss.Iya.ISOOn. .
I .) each dollar ol the total
consideration, charged every BILL NELSON
I STATE .person who 'rents kusoa" or lute
FOR Nw lows
, Oovonor..nd Lloulonant Governor any Hvlng qullfto,.or TOM GUSTAFSON r YES DtfumtoprnmH Tae T 1
I (vote. Mr Oroupl) AlCEI! L. HASTINGS accomaduilons any hotel AGAIN ST.H>* ToufttlV
apartment hotel,motel resort" I JIM MINTER motel epanmont apartment motel Secretary ol SIo'.i
rooming house tourist camp, trailer.. .
LAWTON CHILES JOHN ROGERS camp,motor homo park moMIe ,Vole 10 OM) ....' .
I homo.park or aondominlum tar* .e..,rI
BUDDY MACKAV "yefNLrm ol six months or..... t ,' .

I r '000.1001,1' I JIM MINTER

I NO A DU".n.AN5T Nw lu.1w. I I. JOHN P.ROGER! :- .


Sample Ballot for Precincts 2A, 2B, 7, OB, 9B, 10A, 10B, 11, 12B 16
Ballot for Precincts 1 3A 3B 4 6A 6B
Sample 5A 5B BA 9A 12A
..2A ;.'*, 7, Qn. 1.OFFICIAL" ... ,
| | PRIMARY| BALLOT 13,14,15

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aePTUUlER t_
STATE. CommI..ionerefEAluoolloft COUNTY t
Go..nor.nd LleuUiciant Governor (1--0It0t' TO VOT1 ea a .. M TO VUIK Rir.CMMMMI mutrt cm*W It UM Mu*_.......lmTot.--
(Vote lor Group) \ me aMk ipwe MM..esner YU or NO. ,. ,,: ;.
eftAMORDCOUNTYTOUIUST" : ; STATE Commissioner ol Education COUNTY

AMEFIKA O. OEUKACLAUOC DEVELOPMENT -''. .. r, Governor and Lieutenant Governor (vow err Ont) TO VOTE en s nkvonaur,marti:"s'l
DAVIS to IM.IwI ROM to wnor .
JOHN space
R.KIKK J RUUlEHOUIoII. Z : (Vott tor Croup)

Commissioner Agrtourlure) ImtMMIrMj.ountyv fda a Tourist .
MARLENE WOODSON HOWARD Vote MOM>)> two per ewer Xeachdosarol ,'."
Referendum to
approve County
oonsMereuon 0harq.d.v.,y OrdllIOo5,levying and
ERIC H.WIELEN! ,oraan who rents leases or.Lie CHARLES MCDONALD Commissioner Agriculture Imposing county-wide a Tourist
CHARLcS HONSON any Hying ojuortof e or Development. ol two celli.'
ANTHONY R."ANOY" MARTIN acoomodailona/In any hotel, .i MAllllNE! WOODSON HOWARD (VftteMrOno) each dollar ol the total
JACK P.0000 ep.rterLelhotel,motel,resort consideration l
BARBARA A. LkNDSBY motel,apartment, apartment Rl...... ERIC... WlELER .person who rents charged..Waves every or tolaany
RON HOWARD f-.IntI-,tourist ,
camp trailersamp
MARTINEZ BRONSON living quarters or
BOB motor home mobile. .. CHARLES
pork ANTHONY R."ANDY"MARTIN accornodauona In any hotel,
OEFOOR! home park er.oN1wNIiYm\ (lor"rental" Ital.motel,retort
ALLISON [ JACK P. DODO apartment.
lorm..si*month* or ..... BARBARA A.UNDSEY motel,apartment,apartment. motel, 1
RON HOWARD rooming house, trailer
SOB M""TlNEZ camp,motor tou.risrt5amp ..
,00 NC a.1w home park or condominium tor a
I 'I i<' ... LEGS YES AGAINST.- B ALLISON DEfOOR I "renur term ot sl Ix month or.....
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NOVEMBER 6 1990 THANKS TO YOU Set at Blanding

.'- .
The Recreation Committee of the
Clay County Commission I*working
NOTICE OF ELECTION with The Florida National Guard to

FIRST NATIONALI put together a sports complex
designed to become a nationally

JIM SMITH Secretary of State of the State of BANK known Site of soccer the facility mecca.will be a plot of

I Florida do hereby give notice that an election wille more than 200 state-owned acre of

held In each county in Florida on November 6 1990 OFBRADFORD Camp Blanding land on SR-W near
SR-215 and a now abandoned Clay
for the ratification or rejection of proposed amendmentsto County landfill.

the Constitution of the State of Florida : COUNTYNO.1 The five phases of constructionwill
Include four student scoccer
fields, four Softball fields, and
various other sports facilities
.) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Garry McIntyre, District 1 Clay
ARTICLE III SECTION 3 Is Celebrating Its County commissioner and chairmanof
the Recreation Committee, said
"It's planned for a really fantastic
ARTICLE III recreational area, and Clay County
5th Month needs it."
LEGISLATURESECTION Anniversary Camp Blending will provide some
labor for the project which win be
3. Sessions of the legislature. Witha presented In detail Sept. 6 to the
and to the
ORGANIZATION SESSIONS. On the fourteenth day following each Recreation Committee
( )
full commission Sept. 11.
$5 Million in DepositsFrom
general election the legislature shall convene for the exclusive purpose of organization As now planned the five phases of

and selection of officer building areClearing :

(b) REGULAR SESSIONS. In 1991.a f.eulau.e'lion of the legislature shall the land and obtaining

convene on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in March. In 1992 and thertak: 1046 Satisfied Customers ,well,permits.
lei a regular session of the legislature shall convene on the first Tuesday after the Construction of two Softball
first Monday in February April of each odd-numbered year, and on the first Tues fields, eight soccer lot concession Melds, a
day after the first Monday in February April, or such other date as may be fixed stand 600-space with parking restrooms, playground

by law, of each even-numbered year.c facilities and tennis volleyball
basketball, and horseshoe area
Building of a mile-long fitness
((1) The governor, by proclamation stating the purpose, may convene the legislature trail.
in special session during which only such legislative business may be trans VOTE .,Adding five soccer fields, two
acted as is within the purview of the proclamation, or of a communication from softball fields, and two parking lots
I the governor, or is introduced by consent of two-thirds of the membership of each with 250 and 300 parking spaces.

house. YOUR CHOICE phitheatre.The Constructing. an outdoor am-

((2)) A special session of the legislature may be convened as provided by law.
complex will be shared by the
(d) LENGTH OF SESSIONS. A regular session of the legislature shall not guardsmen and residents of Clay
I exceed sixty consecutive days,and a special session shall not exceed twenty consecutive T U E S DA and possibly some public access.

I days, unless extended beyond such limit by a three-fifths vote of each house. chairman Merill (Townsend of Standing's) Strickland Morale,,

I During such an extension no new business may be taken up in either house without Welfare and Recreation Committee -

theconaentoCtwo-thirdsoCitamembersbip. said the Guard will use the com-
SEPTEMBER' 4 plex for recreation and training for
: (e) ADJOURNMENT. Neither house shall adjourn for more than seventytwo its annual physical requirements.
consecutive hours except pursuant to concurrent resolution. Although no timetable has been
set for completion of the entire project
I ((0 ADJOURNMENT BY GOVERNOR. If,during any regular or special ses- Mcintyre hopes the first two
sion, the two houses cannot agree upon a time for adjournment, the governor may phases can be finished by early
adjourn the session sine die or to any date within the period authorized for such (d) Laws adopted to require funding pension benefit existing the eCCec- September 1991. He would like for
session; provided that, at least twenty-four hours before adjourning the session, he live date of this section, criminal laws election lews. the general appropriations the county to host a national soccer
shall, while neither house is in recess, give each house formal written notice of his act.. special approprmtiona acts laws reauthorizing but not expanding! then- tournament there in the fall of 1991.

I intention to do so, and agreement reached within that period by both houses on existing Statutory authority. laws having inalgnlflcant fiscal impact. and laws cre- more McIntyre than 100 says teams a tournament, lasting threeor of

a time for adjournment shall prevail. ating. modifying_ or repealing noncriminal infractions, are Mempt from the reQUIrements four days, could have an
of this section. economic Impact of$2 million on the

NO. 2 (e) The leginlnturn may enact laws to assist In the Implementation and'enforce- area.Mcintyre estimates that ClayCounty's
merit of this section.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT total contribution over the
next two years will run between
I ARTICLE I SECTION 8 NO. 4 $50,000 and$100,000. The money will
come from the $500,000 expected to
\ CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT be generated by the one-cent sales
ARTICLE XIX SECTION 4 tax increase approved by Clay County -
ARTICLE Iy -- I voters to expand recreation
.I ,,c w r.t, r t. ,THREE-DA3t!: WAITING PERT '."'" ;\:":'",,"_I 'r 'M"h-. ''''Z9era'=,sari.," I I -. --. .--. -. ---- _____._____. ,.,,,,., ulwx. .y n !,."t facilities In the county. Exact costs
". ... :4..FOR HANDGUN URCHASESQ, !;.::.'!#s kW,;; ciAW4i; .. f' ; : are Impossible to estimate becauseof
r1 some labor and materials to be
provided by Camp Blanding, McIn-
tyre said.
ARTICLE III "I'm very pleased that we've got a
goal of one year from Labor Day. I
LEGISLATURESECTION hope well be looking at a national
tournament by then," McIntyre
4. Quorum and procedure.a :-
SECTION 8. Right to bear arms.- said.Starke
( ) A majority of the membership of each house shall constitute a quorum,but Rec.
!ai The right of the people to keep and bear arms in defense themselves and a smaller number may adjourn from day to day and compel the presence of absentof

the lawful authority of the state shall not be infringed, except that the manner members in such manner and under such penalties u it may prescribe. Each houseof Offers After
bearing arms may be regulated by law. shall determine its rules of procedure.b .

There shall be a mandatory period of three days: excluding weekends and (b) Sessions of each house shall be public; except sessions of the senate when School SportsNow
legal holidays between the purchase and delivery at retail of any handgun. For the
considering appointment, to or removal from public office may be closed.consideration .
purposes of this section"purchase"means the transfer of money or other valuable '
to the retailer and "handgun" means a firearm capable of being car. (c) Each house shall keep and publish a journal of its proceedings; and upon that summer is coming to a
Tied and used bv one hand such as a pistol or revolver. Holders of a concealed the request of five memb present the vote of each member voting on any question close, it's time to begin thinking
about the after school of-
weapon permit as prescribed in Florida law shall not be subject to the provisions shall be entered on the journal.In any legislative committee or subcommittee fered by the Starke programs Recreation

of this paragraph.f the vote of each member voting on the final naaaayq of any legislation pending before Department, and which your child

cThe legislature! shall enact legislation! implementing subsection (hi of this the committee and upon the request of any two members of the committee might participate In, says Recrea-
or subcommittee, the vote of each member on other Question shall be tion Director Cheryl Godwin.
section effective no later than December 31. 1991.which shall provide that anyone any recorded. Registration Is set August 27
violating! the provisions of subsection (b) shall he uiltv of a felony. through September 21 for soccer,

(d) This restriction shall not apply to a trade In of another handgun. (d) Each house may punish a member for contempt or disorderly conduct and, flag football date, Is and how tennis.old Age your determining child-

by a two-thirds vote of its membership, may expel a member. will be Sept. 21, Ms. Godwin says.

NO.3 (e) The rules procedure of each, house| shall provide that all legislative! corn.CONSTITUTIONAL Soccer is for ages 4-7. Clinics are
set Sept. 24, 25, and 27 from 3:15 to 4
AMENDMENT mittee and subcommittee meetings of each house and Joint conference committee p.m. at Pratt Street Field.

ARTICLE VII SECTION 18 meetings, shall be onen and noticed to the public. The rules procedure- of each Flag football Is for ages 9-12.
house shall further provida that all prearranged gatherings, between more than Clinics will be conducted the same
two members of the legislature, or between the rovernor_the president of the sen- days as soccer, Sept. :&, 25 'n from
4-5 at Pratt Street Field.
ate or the speaker of the house of renresentatives.! the purpose of which is to agree p.m.
Games will begin the week of October -
upon formal legislative that will be taken at subsequent time, or at which 1. The days the games will be
ARTICLE VII formal legislative! action ia taken regarding pending-leriglation or amendments played will be determined by the
FINANCE AND TAXATION shall be reasonably open to the bile:. All on n meetings shall be subject to order number who register.
and decorum. This section shall be ;Implemented and defined by the rules of each Tennis classes will begin Sept. 28.
SECTION 18. Laws requiring counties or municipalities I I to spend funds or liny a Wednesday. The first class will
house. and such rules thai) control admission to the floor of each legislative cham-,
their ability to raise revenue or receive tate ta x revenue.- begin at 3:15 p.m. for ages 0-12. At
ber and may,where reasonably neceaaarfor_ security! purposes or to protect a witness this clinic participants will be divid-
f a l No county or municipality hall be hound by any l'enerallaw requiring such appearing before a committee provide for the closure of committee meeting ed into two classes: Beginners and
county or municipality to spend funds or to take an action requiring the expend-! Each; house shall be the sole iudfe for the Interpretation implementation. and enforcement Advance Beginners.. After the first
ture Of funds unless the I legislature hm determined that auch law fulfills an impor. of this aeetton. .
tint State interest and! unless funds have been appropriated that have been esti- please see Rec...pep IDA.mateo .
h..l .. .. L .. '
HI me Lime OI enactment to be sufficientto; such expenditure the lellls

lature authorizes or has authorized:: : a county or municipality to enact a fundinr IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I
source not available for such county or municipality on February 1989. that can j
hereunto set hand and affixedahave
j e used, tO generate the, amount of funds estimated to be sufficient! to fund such '
the Great Seal of. the State of
expenditure BY a iimnle majority vote of the rv""y body of such county mu.
nieipalitv! the law requiring such expenditure fa approved by two-thirds of the rlprida at Tallahassee the '
membership In each house of the legislature expenditure la required to comply Capital this the -10th day of

With a. law that ap lie n to all persons similarly situated..Including the state and In. August A.D. 1990. ..
ynvernments: or the law i Is either required to comply with a federal requirement ,r ,
cr required for eligibility for a federal entitlement, which federal requirement ace: :" J ':'i>:

gificallv contemplates actions by counties or municipalities for compliance, 't.X a =-' : :(d
:. ..,"ot.,1. ;
IM Except upon approval of each house of the legislature! by two.thirds 01 the .;;;.'. ,."J': : ::
membershin the legislature may not enact amend or repeal any general law lethe ;".-1-- '" ,.','ir, ". .'
I anticipated i effect of doing so would be to reduce the authority that munirjpaljtjpn i ,.. .''.' ,. ;:"S-;; r:': t:"

I or counties have to raise revenues In the ay pef.... a'such authority exists' .qr| Ffihniarv ,. .:a., !'" ,"', .

I 1. 1989. .. :.., ";l'n' 'iii.
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(c) 'Fzcentsmon! approval of each house of legislature hv two-thirds of the I) \ -4l, I ft.l;

.rnemhaiihlp. the legislature may not enact, amend.pr repeal any general law If the ," \ i.' '.. i'
anticipated effect of doing so would be to reduce the percentage of a state tall:; tt .
shared with counties and municipalities as an al'l'rel'at.! on February 1. 1989. The "r;;.
provisions of his subsection shall not apply to enhancements enacted after Febru.

cry 1. 1989. to state tax sources or during a fiscal emergency declared in a written .,' Yjoint ';;,

proclamation Issued hv the president of the senate and the sneaker of the .... s'.
i house of representatives_ or where the legislature provides additional gtate.sharetj ...'
-revenues which anticipated to be.uCficentt! replace the anticipated! aggregate. The above four '* a.end.ents were proposed by the Florida. r4

loss of redrevenu sr-s +l ingfromthereduetenottheper en geofjJ Legislature and are coded'.s follows : .. 't'..<- .' "."
stale Hi: Shared with counties and municipalities! which source ef replacement I I ,

revenues hall be sublet* to the same requirements fpr renal\ or modification es Words eWiehen are deletions ; words underlined are additions.
PfQYlded herein for' a s state-shared tax: source existing on February 1. 198 9. ..


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The Town of Brooker is soliciting proposals to \ "J... -'--::
P e ( S e d. h' N
Dr/I Fl/r
prepare an Application for the State of Florida V\ () .. ,
Department of Community Affairs Small Cities Block V .
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Grant Program. Consultants must have a minimum of I ,

three ((3)years experience in Community Development C iPC'ri 1 0 I"d'C'I' -'
Block Grant \ I
application preparation. Proposals will be' .
evaluated using the following criteria: '. ', :

1. Firms': experience in CDBG application M 'cJ) d a
preparation 'L f Y rteec\s\ .
2. Firms' years experience with CDBG programs I e'i .'
3. Reasonableness of cost in application preparation \ /-1-
4. Quality of Client References provided. \ o I 1r' V ro I := i I
Interested firms must submit a statement of 1 ,
. qualifications by 7:30 p.m. on Thursday September 6, J.1

1990,to Town Council,P.O. Box 127, Brooker, Florida" "' M r"t.'--\ n I" Q/IQ. L1v() "". / & -. .$__,., 1.:"' : l.\
32622. f I V) :!!t'l_
The Town of Brooker ,.'
an Equal Opportunity
E ployer.The Town Council reserves the right to Elect ;Manly Bolin, County Commissioner District 2, on September 4, 1990
Pd.Adv.by Campaign' Treuurer.Dem.
reject any and all proposals.


BROOKER,FLORIDA 32622 ,, ,'" ." ....

.- .. <", ,', ." ', ::(" ,: !1.i ,.>,,.:.:.::.. Thank You For Your Many Courtesies.,

: "I have ,enjoyed meeting with you in '' IM'' ':, '

"Sometimes, Doing M. J Oh.J your homes and businesses during my ?.. -\WI.

; campaign for City Commission, District'

s Me Late' : For itk"? 3.1: I feel that I ha\X made: !many new '
,_ friends during my visits with you and ;, -

localmr'/c, .. If a customer needs'me at'six a.m.: ,,I'm there. I will appreciate your vote and support in ., ,

from Gainesville ,, i .} won t get the first,cup of coffee at the office,but that's the first primary on September 11. E. Y

representativeDan Galligan is r; ? oJ okay. Its part of the. pride you feel l about an organization -

one more reason that's almost a'half-century old-the largest I sincerely feel that I can be of help to
why it's good '. ,
to have the Blues / ,tfi<; in Florida-with''the,power.to attractthe: best,doctors the taxpayers at budget time, having
behind you. .' and hospitals. It's all about pride. Bboero.. had 20 years experience in City, County Vote for Jean C

1., \ ,. In and in (BtucShMd and School finances.
< yourself
f- :; '"' your product.

,.-:4,: : ;:,if fi' If Wti'd tike to find out more, I/9 4.m.2'ii. :SJhisCflpo,7".,\ I am now retired and can devote full
to 2002 NWl3lh Street,Saite400 'GaifNsIIIIFlorida .
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31 'f> itk Name_ I amother with 5 children and 9 For City
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,, find a fair, equitable way to
ease the burden of high taxes
so special assessments can be

rt NcE ift -tw removed.

l ,i, i FIRE st Continually seek answers to
RESCUE: enhance our FIre and Rescue

service. Upgrade the

equipment to help save lives
and property in our county.

POLICE I will support our Sheriff'sPROTECTION
: Department to insure prompt
protection for all.

ROADS: Will keep good surveilance of

our County Roads so proper

AV-MED. OFFERS NEW PEACE OF MM) maintenance performed on can a regular be. .

., ,. basis.
If you're paying the government a monthly ''instead',we put them in a detailed booklet that .
l premium far Medicare Part B,you could be ip ,yours free far the asks I promise to work dIlIgentlyThefactis..MedicaredoesnotcCNer
far the shock of your life. .Find out how AV MEDk Medicare Supplement Plan WASTE: for recycling and be as
add of mind.Mail in this '
: can to your peace coupon
rhosorcall(904)338-2193 or 1-800-237-1255. .< ". ', expedient as possible Inpitllization.pluscopaymentsulongerstays
: Medicare Part A deductible($596)) > it
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YES,I would like more' b mfcrmaton' about Avery! ,: F problems.
Medicare Part B deductible($75))on physician I Medicare '' .
Supplement< : .
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D I have Medicare Part A and B ,' 'r'" .
20%of allowable physician charges i Name_, ,. S 'i : l! IV. j!",. MEETING: To discuss issues that are
Most outpatient prescriptions -- '
n Routine examinations I Age_f,,..',, ,.:.,:""";')! :(+", Iv' ,< important to you.
Routine eye care.t.. 'AdIjress .1 lirt; j.t ;"'..'
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I1IlgMedicarededl.,coinsurance I toMEDh 912 S.W!Second AwweceeSVillePL329oi'<' ': 1r, .is; of the' board., .
,and much more.Plus optional dental benefits I 904/338-393.1-800/237-1255 t .

are available through American Dental Plan. I Were here tohelp. "YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT WILL BEprovidesmorebenefitsthanw
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For additional informs:...,n,VOTM n ,
Worth Cindy Futch,ph.WW95S,or David
NotingBHS Kirkland,ph.473.2379.Middl.burg .
Hard Going...
---c-, Running. back Charles Boyd finds Class of 1970... Festival...
It difficult to get through the Red line Festivities for the 20 year reunionof The Historic Middleburg Festivalis
h In a hard-hitting Scarlet and Gray the BHS Class of 1970 Is scheduled seeking artist and waiters to
scrimmage lait Friday night. for Friday and Saturday nights, participate in the 4th annual arts
Player Identified l-ri Donte October 26-27.All graduates are and crafts festival,slated for Satur-
William, No. W; defensive back strongly urged to send in their day,Oct.20.
Gerhard Williams No. 33; guard reservation forms and money to Last year the festival attracted
rM df,, Josh Lewis, No. M, and wide Mary Sue Tomlinson ASAP to help "thousands"of visitors,according
r receiver Kwanbea Strong, No.8Z. cover the costs of the reunion. to the sponsors.
Please send$40 per couple or$20 For further information,please
per person to Mary Sue Tomllnson,- call Mara,Ph. 282-9199. .

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New faces in the defensive secon-
dary are Robert Nichols, No. 24; '
Chris Snow,No.3; Jason Lee No.5; PINEHURST
Kwambea Strong No. 82; Eldrich 0
Sconiers No.41 Vinnie Blye,No.20. c \M-SS 1 :
and Most Robert of the Nichols defensive, No. 24.backs alsu VARIETY .a R Sg?''' The New Kid on the Blockwho

double as wide receivers,said Coach
Kaminski. Large Variety of Fine Fabrics Western
Coach Cummings wants to Shirts T-Shirts & Casual WearAll "can with help
I develop unity in the defense. Ovei your ,
all, all the younger players variety notions New Home Sewing Machines
well,he said.Coach Cummings lied Craft supplies .Sewing Supplies
the fact at no long drives were madeon return the Commission to
either defense. Ready Made Crafts.Special T-Shirt DesignsA
Coach Clyatt was pleased with the
offensive line play, although he
didn't have the starting linemen ONE STOP SHOP WITH YOUR the People. Your VOICE
together as a unit. The players are
working hard.Even in practice they FAVORITE COLD DRINKS

are Cited helping by Coach each other.Clyatt for good offensive COME IN AND GET YOUR CHANGE FOR Can and Should BE '
line play are guards Phillip
Crawford, No.62, and Jason Nor THE LAUNDROMAT NEXT DOOR
man, No.65; tackle Clayton Mann- "
ing, No. 76; Shawn Jenkins, No.75, it ICE 79 ba gg .
who played center and right and left ,' {iiW{
53 tackles, and;tight center end Wyatt Andy Collins Goodowns, No., 1 nREAD't.99:: .l loaf ,>su::,..;;;2/994 i { !

No.85.Really coming along are some .
younger players who will help the I
team, including Dante Williams, Open 7 am-t pm,Mon-SaU 964-5587 We Do A New Time
Josh Jonathan Lewis Ferguson., Ken Carlton, and j !9 am-6 pm Sunday Alteration Now'

k Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary
Rec Newsfrom

page 8A -- )j'. A New Face-Manly BolinA

clinic, the beginners class will be
from 3:15 to 4 p.m.Advanced beginners .
will have class from 4:15-5 '
p.m. Tennis classes are scheduled",.NOW PEN "? : ; 'i"
each Wednesday at Pratt Street ten- | (', ","M'

nis Registration courts. fee for soccer and Reynolds Aluminum f New Beginning.19:9.t .

football is$10, to cover the cost of a CenterIn
T-shirt and award,and must be paid Recycling
by Sept. 21.Ter'lis StarkeU.S.
classes are free. The
Recreation Department will furnish .301 near Washington St. ELECT
balls and racquets to use in class for Open TUes.through Sat. a
those who do not have
a racquet.
1:30 to 4:30
p.m. p.m.
Schedules for soccer and football ..
will handed out the day of their first At Reynolds Aluminum Recyclingyou '. ,
game. can depend on accurate MANLY BOLIN .
All of these programs can be weights;fast,convenient service
played by boys and girls, Direc- ... '
says ,. I
and competitive prices for ,
tor Godwin. your .......:....
"We may be having a few other recyclable aluminum. Look for the ,..,.. I
special events during the fall, so red,white and blue"Aluminum' RtynoMlAl ...,... County Commission District 2
keep in touch so your child can take Recycling Pays"trailer.
advantage of all the fun," says Ms. Pd.Pol.Adv..Paid
Godwin. PkY Rtartwida R.goltittdL'IOO.OOOOnat"-ican utdo.sau- for by Campaign Treasurer Democrat








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(TERM EXPIRES 9 30 92)) (TERM EXPIRES 9 30 .- 92)) (TERM EXPIRES 9. 30 92))

R.. E. "Bobby" BIggs Jean C. Rogers Charles Schaefer

Steve Futch Travis V. Woods Ed Wall :

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I Tornadoes to Meet Union and Keystone., in Jamboree- Friday.. 1

Tornado grldders go Into action They may not start but will play a Guards: Donte Williams, No. 60, Jonathan Ferguson, No. 63, 170-10; Quarterback: Reggie Sheffield, Gordon, No. 32,"155-10; 'Gernard
against outside opponents this week good bit,Coach Cummings says. 180-11; Jorge Acevedo, No. 81, Jason Howard, No. 51, 215-12; Bill No.11,155-12;Julius Harden,No.10, Williams, No. 33, 180-10; Charles
In the preseason football jamboree Starting center Wyatt Collins Crawford, No. 112, .
was 160-11; Phillip Campbell No. 52 175-12;j. West 160-12. Boyd No. 40,18011.Wtdeouta
let for 8 p.m. at Keystone High out with a concussion but he was ex- 195-11; Jason Norman, No. 65, Moody. No. 72, 215-11, Shawn Running back: Allen Jenkins, No. : Terry Berry, No.9,
School. pected back to practice Wednesday. 180-12: Josh Lewis No.M, 16511.Tacfles Jenkins No. 75, 215-11. 13, 170-12; Robert Nichols, No. 24, 185-12;Jason Lee,No.5, 10.150; Vin-
Each of four teams will play two Varsity players,by position,are: : Mike Swanson, No. 70, Ends Larry Shannon, No. 80, 150-12; Wyndell Hampton, No. 22, nie Blye, No. 20, 155-10; Tramell
quarters In the preseason warm-up. Center: Wyatt Collins, No. 53, 195-11; Joey Sardo, No. 71, 175-11; l O.10; Kwambea Strong, No. 82, 155-10; Robert Hankerson, No. 23, Jones No. 21, 190-12; Eldrich
Bradford: High goes against Union 195-12 (195 Iba, grade 12); Jamie Shauntel Houston, No. 74, 195-11; 155-11; Andy Goodowns, No. 85, 170-12; Clyde DeSue, No. 30, 200-12; Sconiers,No.41, 165-12; Chris Snow,
High of Lake Butler In the first Redding, No. SO, 175-11; Ken Clayton Manning, No. 76, 195-12; 210-12. ,n i>>nioN, No. 31, 160-10; Joe No. 316011. ,
quarter. BHS then plays the third Carlton, No. 73, 185-11.
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Democrat County Commissioner District 2

Don't be misled by slogans and promises that no one can deliver. The only thing

that is going to get the job done is putting in a lot of time and work and making

the right business decisions. That's what works for YOU and ME and that's the

only thing that will work for COUNTY GOVERNMENT. I am selfemployedand

I can spend as much time as needed to get the job done. Be sure and vote

next Tuesday, September 4.Vote .

y"r and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated 110&

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I Union High vs Interlachen
High In the second period, and SERVING
Keystone High vs. Interlachen High
the fourth period.
A tiebreaker will be played in case
of a tie.
Admission: $3
In the Spring Jamboree EMS lost
10-9 to Lake Butler on a last minute EFFECTIVELY
desperation bomb which set up the
winning TD. BUS beat Keystone

130.Union, 8-2 last season, Is expectedto I
be tough, especially on defense, I '
says Coach David Hurse. Keystone
High, 5-8 last season, has a good FOR YOU ,
many starters back and Is expected 'i ;1" .'."
much ImprrteoV ItI ,
roe I has 7 I starters going'both I '-I -
ways. Youngsters being developedare .' .
expected to fill a lot of holes.The
seven 2-way layers are Andy
Goodowns, Inside linebacker on
defense Robert and Hankerson tight end fullback on offense and; In the mid-1970s when the Republican party of Clay County needed

endj ,
defensive strong ; Allen Jenkins
end running; Jason back Norman and defensive guard strong and someone to take on grass roots chores to organize and rally volunteers and to

defensive tackle; Phillip Crawford,
guard,offensive and linebacker tackle;and Clayton weak Manning side provide leadership to a struggling political organization Chance Irvine ,was

defensive end, and Terry Berry,
defensive back and wide receiver. there.In.
Players being developed, including -

depth seven and to sophomores work toward, to a provide two the 1980s when Bradford Clay and St. Johns counties needed help
platoon system include Dante

Carlton Williams,and, Josh Jonathan Lewis Ferguson, Kenny,ac- dealing with issues such as increased crime, the service tax, recycling waste
cording to Offensive Line Coach

Lanier Clyatt.Coach Roland. Cummings, the and funding education, Chance Irvine was there.
defensive coordinator,says the ideal
way to bring the younger players Now with district the 1990s critical issues such the
along is to develop them slowly. our entering facing as

environment, growth management, transportation and that perennial problem -
Raquetball crime it is important to ,make:sure Chance Irvine will be there when we need

Top Honors her.

Starke residents Marcus Patray As your State Representative for District 21, Chance Irvine has served as
and Jim Spears took third place In

the 14 and 1990 under Florida division.State Doubles BoyS the lead Republican ,on the Corrections Committee and the Natural Resources
The tounament was held In Ft.

August Lauderdale 18-19. this Over past 300 teams weekend.participated Committee the tWo committees that address this community's most concerned

in the event.
Patray's stepfather, Van issues.
Dubolsky, woo two state titles with

his Dubolsky their partner State and Leo Championships Marsocci Marsocci ol defended Tampa.in the She is on the front line everyday, visiting with constituents working with

Men's Earlier Marsocci 35and this won summer two the gold 40-Dubolsky medals divtalona.at and the government agencies, legislative committees or drafting legislation dealing

current Sunshine 40-category.national State Games.champions They are in the the with ,these everyday problems.'And she can accomplish this effectively by

Gator Quarterback being your full-time legislator with no outside interest or income to cloud

Club It's that Gearing time again Up Gators I Let's issues facing her. Her opponent is..a,.full-time lawyer and lobbyist for the

get up and go. The first meeting of
the Starke Quarterback Club will be doctors.
Thursday, Sept. 8. at 8 p.m. at the

Bradford will County kickoff Il'airgroundsWe the evening<<\ with Irvine's effectiveness is due in part to the respect she has earned from her
and brew compliments of

pizza vocal.by group Entertainment the Florida.with"Quarter will Tones be,provided theUniversity a colleagues in the legislature. Over her three term tenure she has developed

They have of entertained in the close relationships with government leadership throughout Florida. And every
Gainesville area for numerous
events. We will also be showing of has endorsed her
highlights of the 8040 season,"They Republican member of the, Florida House Representatives
Never Backed Down." -
If you're a true Gator and want to reelection.ON
have fun, you need to Join our club. .
I New members are welcome. j
I Members: your dues are due now.
Dues are Information$25 per pel'lD., call 984-8953]For additional or SEPT. 4TH VOTE FOR CHANCE IRVINE SHE'S THERE FOR YOU \''ti

94-7238. Pd.,PoL Adv. Pd. for by Chance Irvine Campaign, Rep. .t'

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Your Greatest Privilege '' '

As An AmericanIs

Your Right to Vote

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New Law Office Goes Up on Georgia Street...

A.J. (Archie) Thomas HI, left and Reggie Flynn have established a now County Judge George Pierce and was elected to the Florida House of
No Matter What's Your' Party joint law practice In new offices on Georgia Street,just across the street Representatives In 1960.A.J.Thomas Jr.now practices Jaw In Ft.Lauder-
from and behind the Bradford County courthuse. dale.
If You( : Need A Ride to the Polls They are receiving above, the August Improvement Award from the Archie and Reggie have known each other their junior high days
Starke/Bradford Chamber Commerce presented by Dr.Bill Marchese In and around Kingsley Lake.Archie graduated from Bolles Academy"
Call One of These Numbers the Improvement Committee chairman,at right. Jacksonville and from Stetson Law School In St.Petersburg. Reggie
The 3.000 square foot, two-story brick building was designed by argraduated from Bradford High School and from Samford University Law
chitect Donald E. Mcintosh, Reggie's uncle, from Tampa The builder School In Birmingham Ala.
! 964-5213 964-8272 964-6684 was Stevenson Construction Co.of Starke,owned by Warren Stevenson. Archie Is currently practicing In Jacksonville where he and Reggie
The building has a drive-up window,one of few law offices In the state to have an office In the Gulf Life Tower.Archie was the chief federal public
964-6305.964-7961.964-6897 do so, says Flynn. defender In Jacksonville before going Into private practice three yean
The two young attorneys plan practice together In Starke.Archie Is a ago. .
This ad is sponsored as a non-partisan effort third generation Thomas. Arch Thomas Sr., the only BUS graduate of The new building here Is owned Jointly by Martha and Archie Thorns
1915 was elected county clerk In 1920 and served many years. A.J. and Debbie and Reggie Flynn. Archie plans to move here and build In
to Get Out The Vote in Bradford County. Thomas Jr.,Archle'ti father! practiced law In Starke for many years with Lakewood off SR-100W at Crosby Lake.Building .



s ,.{ 3 Permits Continue Below Last Year's Average
(pel.Pol.Ad".) When ema of sie 1 antsiigit .
said,they usually try to bite off each
other's tail. By Buster Rahn O'Neal's office issued 65 permits Additions, 1, costing 14880.
a Staff Wrlt.rConstruction in August for estimated construction Upgrades, reroof.. 10, costing
permits Issued for costs of$624,658.The office collected $15,630.
the month continue to run below last $2,964 in fees.
year's averages, which ran approxPermits were issued as follows: Pool and Decks. 1, costing
ImatelyUmillionpermonthZonlngMobile Homes, 10, costing $10,130mercislBoard .
Director Darrell O'Neal $79,202. Nope rmits were Issued for
reported Tuesday, Aug. 28, to theSingle Family Homes, 9, costing structures. com-
5 TE VE FUJCH Board of Adjustment. 453502.


Will Give You A Voice In City THE RIGHT CHOICE.f.! :' &f

Government! ELECT

STEVE FUTCH wants to be .

your next City Commissioner z 'IX GREG ALVAREZ

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Boone's .

1 Time Consuming..,
"' .
: ;, .,:' Don't get the Idea you can Bit down and whip one of ;', .
.'.-. ,. these baskets out In one night.
BasketsThese 7 '" The baskets at left represent several years of work
for Margaret Boone. The baskets are made of coiled
long leaf pine needles or wire grass bound togetherwith
raffia, a very strong fiber which can be dyed for 1
;: pine needle colored patterns.

; and wire grass Below This small wire grass basket, a little larger V
f. baskets are than her hand consumed about 35 hours of Margaret
Boone's time It has light a delicate bluish green col-
headed to The oring that wire grass has when cut green and dried.
One sniff confirms It Is wire grass.
I, "' Festival of the Arts

Show in Keystone

Heights thisweekend.

Using long-leaf pine needles foundIn
her back yard, Margaret Boone
makes pine needle baskets with patterns
In them. t
This weekend,Sept.1-2,Ms.Boone s* yM
will display her unique talent with
finished baskets at he Festival of
the Arts Show in Keystone Heights.

This Keystone Heights resident,
who grew up in the Lawtey area of>
Bradford County, has to keep her
hands busy. A perfectionist, Ms. rr .
Boone parks herself in an easy chair '
and painstakingly feeds pine '
needles,15 to 16 inches long,through ,, 1
a soda straw to bunch them in coils
for weaving.The surprisingly sturdy '
pine needle baskets are fastened a.
together with raffia, a very strong
palm fiber imported from
Margaret makes pine needle
baskets of all shapes and sizes, and
patterns, whatever strikes her fan-
cy. She also makes free form vine
baskets which, she says, people buy
to hold magazines. .

her class Margaret Starting Gainesville.husband at Morningside shortly took, a.At a dozen after basket first Nature the years she weaving death Centerin made ago of, BUY A NEW CAR AT USED CAR PRICES !

... reed years needle Seminole baskets has baskets Indians.focused, but of the over Seminole mostly type the made past on women pine few by And Get A Great Deal On Our Demo Sale

use. different colored,embroidery .
.. -1/' -thread to Ue4hei .ba3keU: together.. ..;. : >'-..... _..-
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""w-" >r-> ffrf r f
fibers, such as pine needles, wire as1* vfff
grass, and the vines of wisteria, \rg : I RCSASar
grape, and smilax, most of which
she can find in her own yard at her \t\ M ToREBATES .
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The daughter of a Scotsman, Jim s 1 Up To 'v
Davidson, and a southern born i'<; '
mother, Lois Shuford, from,North :::( : ,u" 4-." ... ,W+ a
Carolina to her own, Margaret drum beat.Boone"She's marches Uncle / $ j"5Y''I'O' 'lliO'0 a l.'o.H.HgN190. }

Jim all over again," says; Edith 7 9 $2 000 ; 995r&

Ferguson fiercely ,independent an aunt, alluding, workaholicway to a >" :> j

of life Margaret also has a
degree in, art from Florida State _u
Unlversit She almost didn't .,
graduate because she couldn't swim __ g ,..-__
the length of the FSU pool. :
The independence the 1 b--
Davidson-Shuford clan surfaced -- :
when Margaret's daughter, Lori, _
left college and emigrated to Alaska,
where she lives today, working in
the library of the University of

four works Alaska.blocks in Son the Daniel away Engineering in Boone Keystone lives Department just and 199O Silv.radol 1 1i8. 199 Cutlass

of Clay Electric. Dan and his
wife, the former Virginia Kenny, ,AT, ps A/C Tilt Cruise AM/FM Stereo< Step Bumper .
own and ride motorcycles. S .err. V6,AT,PS,A/C,Tilt PD!...
Not much of a TV fan Margaret Pulse Wiper,AM/FM Stereo
recently hit upon sound books on $15 261 *
tape.This allows the avid reader to
remain occupied while keeping her $12 395 ,
hands busy. '"
With hundreds of plants in her Payments as low _
yard, Ms., Boone has right at hand $269.00 '
many of the natural fibers with as Was $14,789
which she works. She also grows
herbs, and mashed leaves which Net Rebate!$1000+Tax&T IJ'WAC .q
smell like lemon and root beer,and "
offered a taste of a leaf from a vine

which salads.Orientals and Margaret use in '9 Ford (Escort OG Mazda PU SO S-1O 87 Chevy

provide The two Margaret big long-leaf pine pines needles which are .QT SE5 Blazer .-10 1

In her shaded back yard,along with 'Low miles. Like new! 5 spd.,Air 6 cyl.,AC, PS, PB V6, PS, PB,Air
oak,sweet gum and dogwood trees.

becoming Expert basket rare. The making work skills of are the

of Seminole the finest.Indians Is considered, some L $7,995 $4,495 1,998 $5,995

The Boone baskets rival those of
the Seminole, and surpass them In
many natural instances fibers. Example if one: the prefers raffia '8 Chevy PU '8 Lincoln fl I f7 Ford '7 Chevy

-fiber imported from Madagascar. Truck Town Car Taurus Celebrity

wants Ms.Boone color,dyes getting the the fiber earth when tones she 6 cyl.,5 spd. Loaded all the wayl Grey, Loaded!!! V6, Loadedl!

she prefers from berries she picks In

dyes However her back are,she more yard has colorfast found and commercial elsewhere.To make $6,495 J L $C 9n |Cfi U L $5,995 U $5,995

colored designs Mrs.Boone dyes raffia _
and wraps it around coils of pine -

needles.Margaret believes somethingmade
well should bring a good price.
She's also simply unwilling to let go L
of some of her baskets.
Ms. Boone has a few wire grass
baskets which are very sturdy and
smell 01 the woods,ready for the art -
show. Wire grass was used by
farmers to mulch strawberries
before plastic came in and the
Seminoles use it to make baskets.
Wire grass is very strong and has a YOUR TRUCK
very unique color when cut green U.S. 301 NORTH VILLAGE
Christmas ornaments with gee
stones hung In the center and cardsof
dried flowers picked locally are CHEVROLET
more of Margaret's treats for the OLDSMOBILE
soul she'll offer this weekend.



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Santa Fe Auto Par '
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K75 SEAGRAM'S 7" CROWN : ;/.> .;<;13.99i r bF
750 SEAGRAM'S EXTRA DRY GIN ; >7 ;6.69


ITR OLD THOMPSON ..../ ," 6.69.'
'1,5; CRIBARI WHITE ZINFANDEL ',,' 5.99 r}

:4 PR BARTLES & JAMES ORIGINAL! "{, .t?';",2.99..

it if comet to otuerve instill
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"warm-up'period for m engine after aWhile II I
, I cold accomplished: Hart,this procedure should in not the be I,

driveway,A"dengiafusst -opof 2309 N. Temple Ave. 1 Mile N. of Starke I,

off the gently.morning That,should h,the be car followed should by be driving driven 1 -904-964-7 7 71 .'._ -.rT'--I; \ ..J'di. s.I' y?"' _t.iIRI.'Q--- t,

.way M low RPlTi until the oil hai Ichance OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Pot Plants Found..
: to circulate to all A
car ihould never high-revved engine parti.until l the Fifty healthy marijuana plant were seized Thursday evening during the arrest of Randy Miller.The ploU(pot I
engine hai had a chance to warm.Ninety RAY PARRISH BAND were found on Camp Blending property by Florida Came and Fresh Water Flab Commission officer
percent of all engine wear occurs during I
the fast few minutes after nart-up.Longwanmipi Playing Wed.Fri.Sat.Sun.Wednesday's I
(in excess of ten minutes)at fast Clay Man Charged With
idle! not only significantly reduce gat Ladies N1g h tnuJeagolheywdldamagolhocalalytlc Growing Marijuanaby

converter. Bar &: Call Drinks & Beer FREE Carolyn Eavs substance, possession of more than Eradication Team, said Lt. Thompson. :-
'- acT Staff Writer 20 grams of marijuana and trespasson .
a controlled management area,
Beware of mileage caps,hidden COM and A former Kinsley Lake residentwas according to arresting officer Allan "We were ready to discontinue the
excessive charges when: you lease. These Sell Rent arrested Thursday evening for Hofmeister. Miller, a Clay County operation after nearly two weeks
I columns am brought to you by SANTA FE Looking to growing marijuana on Camp Blan- road department employee, was when our efforts were rewarded
AUTO PARTS 660 N.Walnut Street Stale ,
( ding property.Roger released on his own recognizancefrom Thursday with the suspect coming to
Ri 16)in Suite. We have 91.000 parts in tend his ," said Lt. .
Randy Miller, 35, of Clay County Jail. crop Thompson.After
Mock,and run a complete machine shop Your Best Bet Thunder Road, Middleburg was ap- An anonymous tip of suspicious breaking 11 tall plants and lay-
service. Major credit urdi honored. See
or Buy prehended Aug. 23 after being actlvityTh the'fenced area on the ing them beside the fence Miller
moon mechanic for
I your or observed tending two plots of mari- curve between CR-16 and 230 led jumped the fence only to find
auto repair he b a of ,
good customer ours himself facing one of the officers.
50 Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
containing growing
, \loo.964-So44.Open.M-F S-6.00.Sal.8-5. Phone is the In juana the fenced area plants between SR-16 Commission officers to stake out the Miller"hit the road and started jogging" -
Uwebaven'golilwe1lr1nd k Classifieds only to run into a second officer -
I for .just asklr and 230, according to Lt. David area. After sitting on the propertyfor
r you Thompson. Miller was charged with a few days we solicited the said Thompson.
manufacturing a controlled Florida Air National Guard Drug
Officers pulled the remaining
I plants from the two plots in the area.
Ranging from six to nine feet tall,39
plants were found growing In the
i I ALL CARPET REMNANTS! well tended plots. Plastic jugs with
water and buckets for catching rain
IN SHOWROOM SALE water as.well as fertilizer was also
found the ,
near plots hidden under
, & WAREHOUSE STARTING AT palmettoes, said Lt. Thompson.
'P"- Evidence of new growth on the
I 10 % plants Indicated the suspect had
: OVER COST" f'ItS\S9 $1.00 SQ. YD. high cropping the mixed plants.The
I I grade Sinsemilla marijuana,
to bud, has
I" ready a street value
Certified Dupon. 'Oimtryarpets *s r Budget Saxony or estimated to be $2,000 per pound

\ Stainmaster p. Sculptured Carpet with according a potential to Florida of $1,000 Department per plant of

$8.99 Sq. Yd* Sq. Yd. Law Enforcement.No .

over 100 colors to choose font loam padding additional arrests are expected
.. :: "Ii$8.99 since there is no evidence to inOUate!
other involvement said Lt. Tbomp-
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RENTERS SPECIAL "i' : as..soft"a Hmn t

$4.99 Sq. Yd ... i; Sq. Yd. Officers Involved in the investigation
OPEN and arrest were Captain David
964-6108 Hofmeister, Randy Cory. Skip
Trubey, Steve Chance; reservists
COMING OCTOBER 1990: COUNTRY CARPETS DISCOUNT OUTLET ON U.S. 301 SOUTH and Chuck the Miller statewide and Steve FANG McNally Drug;

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Bradford Ranks in Middle of Least Expensive Counties in Which to LiveA

recent report showing the Price Ray Navilsky, Executive Director are: Monroe, Dade Broward Palm Beach and Martin.The least expense
Level Index(PU)by Florida Counties of the Bradford County Economic -counties include: Madison- Calhoun Levy. ,Suwannee and Washington.
places Bradford County 35th among Development Corporation noted,I -
lorida's 67 counties. "One thing is very plain, clothing
With a statewide average price costs arc more reasonable in Bradford|
evel at 100, a look' at Bradford County than in all surrounding areas." G R I F F I S G a 5
bounty and surrounding counties According to the report, the five!
reflect the following: most expensive counties to live in I

FOOD CLOTHING HOUSING TRANSPORTATION "Florida's: Natural Choice Since 1941" I

Bradford 95.14 90.37 90.82 97.96
f ,hr *4' 111 eCt. Alachua 98.32 97.82 90.46 99.37 HOMEOWNER'S SPEC]

Clay 94.68 94.95 97.24 99.76 L !I JBB OT '{;,. .J
'B'Ia'tqO'lt! Union'Boaid Duval 94.21 96.37 93.30 97.72 j jf.iiMt.-nr" / .Jf;
Union 98.66 95.84 89.07 94.71 -
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Becky Whitley Wins Award.....
Becky Whitley sUadi ouUlde. the Miguel Home of ha Month ky the B U
Board of Realtor. Radiators COMPLETE SAFETY INSPECTION

B-U Board'' Realtors Vote Brakes Heater Cores rCALL; .TODAY;COMPETITIVE'PRICES>

Water Pumps -te8White .,;FROM: ) 'S'P'ASUSr.GROWING' .
Home of Month '
A picturesque garden puts the colors of roses and features a rare Owned and Operated by Spike Whitaker WALDO
finishing touches on the August 1990 white daylillie named 'Good 964-7725 4681792IN
Home of the Month which was Shepherd' and a pink Hemerocallis Open Mon.-Sat. Corner Orange St.
chosen recently by the Bradford- named 'Becky Lynn.: The garden FLORIDA 1-(800) 628-5824
Union Board of Realtors. boasts six different types of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. & Edwards Road
Sale Limited Time
The home of Becky Whitley at 1226 daylillies all together.The Only
E.Call Street in Starke has been! admired garden draws many regular ,
by many, particularly the visitors such as a mother and baby. -- -- -
garden which shows many and rabbit who eat birdseed which falls
varied products of her experienceand from the birdfeeder which is kept
knowledge gathered during her filled daily. A hummingbird feeder :PRIVACY
35-year membership of the Jackson- also provides meals for these small FIELD 473-9043
ville Garden Club, Montbretia Cir visitors. REPAIRS.
Whitley does all her own gardening -
cle.Whitley is a past-president of this and can sit back in her beautiful TEAL TILE & CARPET
Circle and has been given the honorof home at her picture window and
lifetime membership. Her view the fruits of her labors. AUSTIN/ FENCE co
gardening expertise has won her Whitley's other activities include
many blue ribbons and prizes at being Social Chairman and past
numerous flower shows and her In- president of the Bradford Hospital Highway" 100 131 N. Cherry St. 964-7423
terest in flowers has led her to Auxiliary. She is Sunday School 1/2 hide WestOf t Weft) Stopping ClrALL .
become a Student Flower Judge. teacher at the First Baptist Churchof 5::!
Whitley's house on Call Street ii.- Starke and president of the TYPES-f M ANY AREA Did know that Teal
eludes a garden with seven different\; Women's Union. you
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a Bradford County, native have a showroom

served in the U.S. \''Air. Force in Japan & Germany stacked full of samples

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member of Santa Fe, Lake Dwellers Association
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you have let me know about your concerns regarding the futureof We BfifeZMSI
Bradfrod County. \ HaveJCarpet
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Police Beatby
Recent ArrestsIn intoxication, according to Chief rested Aug.24 for retail theft,accor- County was arrested Aug. 22 for a Sharpe stereo Clarke system.Eatevez was
Deputy Pat Henry. Osborne was ding ot Patrolman W. S. Allen. driving while license suspended and Christopher for grand theft of
Carolyn Eaves CountyThe charged Aug. 23 with battery of a Jenkins was seen taking a case of on Clay County warrants for failureto arrested Aug.' according to
BCT Suit Writer' following arrests were madein law enforcment officer after she Poker playing cards valued at $25, pay fine for driving under Influence Sun W. S. Allen. Estevez
Bradford County by local allegedly kicked a correctional officer she dropped the case outside the and failure to pay fine, according Patrolman of Sun Rentals
Three Arrested authorities. at the county jail, according to store and fled, said Allen. She was to Lt. G. E. Hayes. while manager falsified records for the
I Deputy Anderson Holland.Bond was later arrested at-Wlnn Dixie and allegedly
For Auto Theft valued at $806.61, accor-
I, Kenneth A. Steele, 20, was ar- set at$1,000 for each, she was ROR. returned to Eckerd's where she was James E. Rochelle was arrested equipment record.
In- Identified. Aug. 27 for violation of for ding to the arrest
Three Jacksonville area men were rested August 24 for disorderly probation Esteves remains in custody of the
arrested Aug. 25 for stealing a car toxication, according to Patrolman Thomas Anthony Morgan, 38, of DUI according to Deputy DannyThifi
and burglarizing vehicles. Robert Lyons.Steele pled no contestat Clay County was arrested Aug. 22 Raiford Tetstone 22,was arrested Bond was set at$2,755.29,cash county jail.
Marty Lindell Chitty, 19, of his first appearance and was for disorderly intoxication, according Aug. 26 on warrants from Lake only.
I Jacksonville; Travis Lammar Lat- sentenced to one day in the county to Deputy Henry. Morgan pledno Butler, according to Deputy Anderson -
son, 20, of Jacksonville and James jail with credit for time served and contest at his first appearance, Holland. He was released after a Waldo Man Charged"In
Daniel Smith 22, of Atlantic Beach ordered to pay $52 court costs for was found guilty and sentenced to $125 cash bond was posted. Classified Ads
were charged with grand theft auto release. time served, one day, and was TV-Stereo TheftA
of a white Buick stolen from released.
24-year-old Waldo man was Get Results
Daytona Beach, according to Deputy Karen Lee Osborne, 30, of Duval Traffic charged with falsifying records to
Tim Giebelg. One of the men at- was arrested Aug. 22 for disorderly Lillian Louise Jenkins, 39, was ar- William Arthur Brooks,48,of Clay obtain a 25-inch color console TV and
tempted to use a stolen credit card ... .. .
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at the Step Saver on SR-18 aarse: A c -.a.
US-301, when discovered they fled '., :;.'. "w ,.: : :" ';::"': ": ::" ';'''' .; " -"" : ''' ..<1N:.. .: '. -:.: ;. ','..,
south on US-301, turned onto CR-227, "
pulled In a driveway and exited Into
the woods on foot, said Glebelg. The THE DEE PEOPLE HAVE EVERYTHING
\ prison K-I squad was called and
Smith and Chitty were apprehended

t "I miles CR-227 hiding Latson away in and was a,later bush said tracked Giebeig.near apprehended back the vehicle.across two YOU NEED FOR YOUR LABOR DAY COOKOUIIu.s. !

The three men have been linked to
recent vehicle burglaries in Duval
County, according to Lt. David CHOICE
Aderholt. Belongings found In the .
trunk of the Buick were reportedly "
stolen Aug. 20 in Jacksonville. WHOLE or HALFSEMIBONELESS
The three remain in custody of the
Bradford County Jail.

Theft At RestaurantNets

Two JuvenilesCity

police arrested two Starke ..
juveniles midmorning Aug. 28,
, charging them with theft of property SLICED
from the Bradford Family RIIEYES
Restaurant.Just .
after midnight someone __+ LB.
broke into the restaurant taking
three rifles, a small amount of cur-
I rency and a flashlight, according to A There's nothing like the taste of W-D Brand U.S. Choice Beef
I Patrolman Cheryl Belcher. At 10:30 You'll see a
a.m. a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old, W-O BRAND FREE W-O BRAND
I white males, were picked up for the U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHOICE US. CHOICE BEEF W-D Brand
offense and the property was BONELESSDELMdICO or HALF SEMIBONELESSRiEYE U.S. Choice
recovered, according to Patrolman $597LJ SS $398 s n7 shield on
Mack Short. The
I youth were charged eOV.aNMENT O.ADSa
with with STEAKS cut of
burglary a weapon, STEAKS every
grand theft-firearm and conspiracy Lr' / L" u. S. CHOICE beef Winn-
I to commit a burglary, said Short.
I I They were placed in juvenile deten- W-D BRAND W-O BRAND Dixie sells.
tion in Gainesville. Assisting in the U.S. CHOICE BEEF u.s. CHOICE BEEF It means we've hand-selected

I Wilkinson.investigation According to was Chief Patrolman Jimmy Wayne Epps, BONELESS RIIEYE $497 $167 TOP BONELESSBEEF SIRLOIN S 3 g l your finest steak U.S. Choice or roast Beef from the

' the juveniles have prior criminal ROAST SPARERIBSWinnDixie available.
records for grand theft in Bradford LB. LB La.
I County.

I Starke Man Charged

I With Taking Baby
Make your plans to attend
I A 19-year-old Starke man was ar-
rested for multiple offenses after he
I took a 15-month-old baby from its WiNNDlXIE'Soff

home. __ ___ .
-op .w '
Nathan Shane Arthur was charged
Aug. 27 with kidnapping. tamperingwith arel: tUni. '.Jt'; ;J'fESTI''RL 1: "
I a witness, aggravated assault, I.. TM ...... '. .y. r '. ...tLrh:.'>,
burglary, battery and interferringwith
custody, according to e .
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson.
Bond was set at $5,000, Arthur re- Fun, Food andEntertainment
I mains in custody.The For
baby was returned to the
mother. The Whole Family!

September 21md 22 it the ,
I Starke Man InjuredIn PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: .tactoonvBle Prim Osbom Convention I
STARKE Canter. B*sum to get
Friday your discount admission coupons
received at t your neighborhood WlmUHxto.
I A 34-year-old Starke man
multiple lacerations when he lost
control of his pickup truck on US-301 .
north Aug. 24.
James Bradford Griffis suffered a D
large laceration to the left side of his o EVERYDAY
head, according to Paramedic Bill EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
I O'Neal and EMT Jimmy Davis. LOW PRICE .
Griffis was taken to Bradford
Hospital by Rescue then flown by I I
STAT-Flight to Alachua General

I Hospital.Driving a 1982 Chevrolet pickup, cHlix t III
I Griffis was northbound on US-301
when he lost control of his vehicle at I
Sapp St.,according to Patrolman P. I I ..... "SMOKED NICE N SLOW" Id.J145h I
T. Gorman. The truck ran off the
roadway into an open field, strikinga
plywood sign in the driver's door. I CHICKENS -
Damage to the truck was $600. Grif- Ii.
fis was very combative at the scene
I and smelted strongly of alcohol said $ I
Gorman. Charges are pending blood I
alc6hol content test results, said
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OF BID County Department of Emergency Services Two Juveniles Charged With Bradenton Car Theftby I
The Union County Board of County ".0. BON 266, Lake Butler.Florida
Commissioners are advertising' bid. for 33034.: -

labor to construct the Union County RoodDeportment Carolyn Iov. David Aderholt. which time the driver and Fish
occupant Florida Game and Fresh
Building. Bid.for labor will NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .
b.needed In the following trod.: REGISTER BO Staff Writer The 1988 Ford, driven by James Michael Shawn Powers, 14, of West Commission officer the juvenileswere
Slob Richard Haynes 13, of Ft. Lauderdale Bradenton fled the scene, said soon surrounded with one be-
Preparation Concrete Finishing FICTITIOUS NAME were apprehendedIn
was northbound on US-301, Trooper Roberts. Dennis suffered ing tackled by Lt. Aderholt and one
Plumbing electrical -Carpentry (Rough Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida tho Hampton Lake area Aug. 24
started Into the right turn lane which not
possible Injuries was by Deputy Danny Thrift at 4:30: p.m.
and Finish) Roofing Floor Covering Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the where they spent the afternoon in exits for CR-18. according to transported said Roberts. Damageto
Painting .Masonary Drywall >' undersigned, C. B. Kerce, tale owner, the woods after abandoning their Trooper D. C. Roberts. A 1988 Ford, the vehicles total.
All bid. need to be sealed, and at th. doing business under the firm name of stolen vehicle driven was$7,900\ Powers said he was enroute to see
by Hudson Dennis of
Union County CourtTi u.., Room 103, no Who's On First ISO S. Lawrence Blvd., "Friday morning Waldo Police Hampton was stopped for the stop The juveniles ran Into the woods his daddy In Georgia since he was
later than 1:00 p.m. August 31, 1990. Keystone Heights, Florida 32656, Intends radioed they were In pursuit of a sign on \-,;--18 and US-301. Haynes behind the Gate Store said Aderholtand tired of living with his mother and
Bids will not be accepted oft.r told time. to register sold fictitious name vehicle stolen from Manatee County.As locked the brakes and skidded! 197 the pursuit began. The prison stepfather in Bradenton. Since he
Anyone Interested In bidding can call under the aforesaid statute. Bradford County deputies feet colliding with Dennis' vehicle K-9 team was contacted for had been In trouble numerous times
Union County Deportment of Emergency Dated this 27th day of August A.D. responded, the vehicle struck spinning the vehicle around before assistance.After loosing the trail someone he said he wasn't worried about be-
Service at 496-3839 to receive a bid 1990, In Cloy County. another vehicle at US-301 and CR-18 coming to rest facing north. The reported the pair walking on ing caught, said Aderholt.
package. Bids can be mailed In to Union: /301rpd 9/20 and the occupants were reported stolen vehicle free wheeled 417 feet US-301 and Chief Deputy Pat Henry The two boys were turned over to
fleeing on foot, according to Lt. to the median and came to rest at gave pursuit on foot Assisted by Waldo authorities for prosecution.

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U.S.D.A. INSPECTEDPREMIUM the chance to enter the program.
0 The camp also qualified high school
GRADE W-D SELECT LEAN WITH WINGS graduates for the ROTC program at
any of the nation's six military

FRYER MEATY PORK TURKEY junior receive colleges.the training encampment in basic, cadets rifle

marksmanship, military drill and
ceremonies communications, and
lEGQUIRIERS SPARERIBS BREAST individual and small unit tactics.
The cadet is a student at Georgia
Military College Milledgeville.
Overstreet is tale son of Maurice B.
and Doris J. Overstreet of Rural

9-11 LB. 3-LBS. Route He is 2,a Keystone 1990 graduate Heights.of Keystone

PKG. 4 a DOWN& 1 5115 Heights Staff Sgt.Brett High School.Prenton

Army Staff Sgt. Brett C. Prenton

my has Prenton Depot arrived system West is for crewmember.He a duty Germany.multiplelaunchrocket at Giessen. Ar-

LB. LB. LB. StarkeFlorida.Is 922 the son E.of Nancy Browlee L. Mitchellof St.,

MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PACK W-D SELECT LEAN 10-14 LB. AVO. CAROLINA The sergeant I Is a 1980 graduate of


Pvt. Robert Bessellieu
FILL YOUR FREEZER! Army Pvt. Robert C. Bessellieu
CRYOVACWHOLE AMERICAN CROSS has arrived for duty at Giessen Ar-

-; ; ", _". :- FRANKS orBOLOGNA .. -+ I BEDt t '\ \.. my Depot West Germany.He .

'HAM s...d i a'tY h PORK \yo $881 1., ;rWI -DIXIE \. ,, party is specialist an equipment, records and

I II': DRIBLETS : : .'. 0, 14La POX ,.) :JtjJ7" BesselIlejl ,Is "he''son '6f 'Carol
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"- );/.: 12-oz. S-lI. $1899 .ao\", The private is a 1988 graduate of
LB. PKG. . SIZE _\ Keystone Heights High School.

$2" $288 U'hll. $2599 Jason K. Waters
HAM . . LI. BONELESS HAMS u BEEF PATTIES. sox 1...\.eo'FAMn Airman Jason K. Waters has
CHOICE graduated from
Air Force basic
W-D COOKED $Q99i$6" GROUNDTURKEY. 2 lit $159 MADISON BRAND} $399' training at Lackland Air Force

HAM . . u SHENANDOAH. . ""t CORN DOGS lOX Hurricane Be sure Tracking to pick up Chart your and Base During Texas.the six weeks of training

ENDLESS 1 SOUTHERN PRIDE Preparedness Guide at :Jie airman studied the Air Force
LINK TURKEY % $159 $3" your :fission organization and customs
SMOKED SAUSAGE :a SAUSAGE . & lit BEEF PATTIES %olat neighborhood Wlnn-Dude and received special training in
human relations.
r- ---- _ HARVESTPRODUCE In addition, airmen who complete
EVERYDAY 'r EVERYDAY basic training earn credits towardan
PRICE LOW PRICE associate degree through the
EVERYDAY LOW FRESH community college of the Air Force.
/ Waters is the son of Jimmy H.
WW Waters of Rual Route 3,Lak Butler,
1 Fla., and Jean M. Bestoso or Worthington -
I Springs, 111.
I Jason is a 1989 graduate of Union
__ h- r ; I A Nature makes the produce. County High School, Lake Butler.

-' WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.
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Navy Petty Officer 1st Class
BROCCOLI780- James w. Page,son of Kimiyo Page
THA of Route 1,Lawtey.was awarded the
OMAID I Good Conduct Medal.The .
I medal signifies honest and
8 faithful service swing a four year
trL period. To earn it
I BUNCH and maintained a satisfactory levelof
h1 s performance and an unblemished
: conduct record for the entire period.He .
: HARVEST FRESH is currently serving at 6th
YELLOWCORN Marine Corps District Atlanta.A .
'' 1978 graduate of Bradford High
.VIIt.YDA'I".OW..II. VARIETIES School, he joined the Navy in June

11. $198 $
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meritorious service as Noncommis-
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ONCE AGAIN NINIf DIXIE IS PROUD SPONSOR. WE Sergeant McRae resulted in the effective
ENTERTAINMENT PT management positive con
trol and economic usage of the
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NBARTLETTH Radio resources.
Jf IJJ p SffiUMP 78 Through personal pride self-
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he made significant contributions to
GEORGE CORONAS '' $699 S"99 CAMPBELL'S $ OOAqa011VL1Et0LIBEIM the operational mission which were
CIRCUS + FISHERMAN su I essential providing reliable voice
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Ford Faces Federal ChargesFor


Carolyn Eaves said Ford frequently paid bills in
KT Staff Writer large amounts of cash, once paying
contractors and suppliers In excessof
Starke resident Carlos Ford will $17,000,in cash when he allegedly
remain in federal custody until his only earned$250 that year. ,
trial begins Oct. 1. Ford of 1325 Charles Court is
T-Shirts T-Shirt Pulls Shorts Ford 42,was indicted by a federal described as the.source of at least "
grand jury last week on a charge of half of the crack cocaine in the Reno
conspiring to distribute crack co- area of Starke with witness
Shirts Tiffany LampsUmbrellas caine. Ford was denied bail after testimony Indicating he supplied
prosecutors told a judge that the crack cocaine for aa many as 10 to 12
defendant had failed a drug test dealers at a time."
despite having been jailed for nearly At the hearing, Assistant U.S. At-
and Lots Lots More ten months. The test indicated that torney James Klindt said witnessesIn
Ford, incarcerated in the Bradford the trial would testify that Ford
NEW MERCHANDISE County Jail since his arrest last made hundreds of drug sales In
November had used marijuana Bradford over a three-year period.
ARRIVING DAILY recently. Major W. C. Reno has spent
Here is evidence showing you can- countless hours interviewing and
.,, ,
J.. M9io d ', ) ,'00' }.f. .
., <"" > ?<'>" 't- ', i'J"<<';< '" not abide by laws while you are in recording testimony which enabled
/.;".<::7--:,> Kids'nithe'Rb ,1t custody said U. S. Magistrate this case to go before a federal grand
.., .New >. Harvey E. Schlesinger at a hearing jury. State charges will be droppedIn
.' + : ', '" ," '!. .
in Jacksonville. Why should I favor of federal charges, said
).: TeeiiageMutant; .Nifrj3 \" 1 $>{ .k believe you would abide by bail con- Assistant State Attorney Jay Welsh. --
,,: .:.. & i--v iv.- ,>. '- ?<<*& Jf.; { wI.' ,., Ford, who has two previous drug Nov.19 by Starke police after he sup- This house on Charles Court,belonging to Carlo Ford valued at $53,000,
convictions, faces a maximum man- plied cocaine to a black male who
be of the forfeiture If Ford I found guilty In federalcourt.
may part agreement *
datory sentence of life with a ten sold it to confidential Informants
.Standing at the Ford home are Maj.W.G Reno,left,an!State Attorney<<
year minimum mandatory sentenceIf during an undercover operation, according .
DRUG) (; STORE convicted on federal conditions. to Major Reno. Investigator Wiley Ciark.
During the trial,witnesses are expected The black male was identified as
to testify that Ford sold cocaine Charles 'Chuck' Jackson 30, who multiple charges of conspiracy to controlled substance-cocaine.)
every day for six months, that was also arrested as well as Tawana deliver cocaine, delivery of cocaine, A violation of probation charge
127 E. Call Street 964-7810 Starke
Ford gave handguns to minors for Lavette Kinsler, 18, of 922 E. conspiracy to sell cocaine, possession Sept. 1,l8 resulted in an additional
their protection and that Ford Brownlee, who was with Ford. of cocaine with intent to deliver, 18 months DOC.
traveled to Orlando where he bought The undercover operation resultedin use of drug parpahernalia, deliveryof Records indicate he was again ar-
: slabs of crack cocaine. Prosecutors the three being charged with drug paraphernalia said Reno. rested Nov. S, 1988 for possession of
Kinsler was also charged with cocaine.
Keystone n possession of cannabis. She was Jackson also has an extensive
13th Annul E-Z Wheels released after a $5,000 surety bond criminal record in Bradford County,
was posted but was arrested on additional having been convicted of at least
Festival of the Lakes Just Arrived From South Florida charges Nov. 20 and is in three felonies and three misde-
These Cars Are Extra Clean With custody. meanors.
Jackson also remains in custody. Seized as evidence during the
Low Mileage! Welsh said Ford would have been undercover operation were 79 rocksof
prosecuted in addition to his felony crack cocaine, totalling seven
charges as a habitual violent of- grams with an approximate street
ArtT3P Show 1 fender which carries a 30-year max value of $800. A small amount of
imum sentence. marijuana was seized as well as
Loaded Ford was sentenced to ten years in Ford s 1963 pickup truck a Lincoln
4 DRr ;S4OOO:" Rebuilt Engine the Department of Corrections in and a Chrysler. SPD anticipates the
True Miles ; 1981 for attempted battery and attempted vehicles will be forfeited for sale
assault. In 1986 he was with proceeds being given the
found guilty of sale and delivery of a department for expenses.
I controlled substance and sentencedto Other officers participating In the
serve 30 months DOC. (He was arrested November operation include Wayne
t ;59,6op TVue Mil* for possession of a controlled Wilkinson, Tom Gorman, William
'e SEPTEMBER substance, possession of a firearmby Brown, Bob McGrath, Gerald
SATURDAY a convicted felon, possession of Hayes, Gordon Smith and Lt. K. R.
95SUNDAY ',1st&2nd S drug paraphernalia, possession of a Hinds, Jr.

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In the year 1880 the population of the United States was 50155783.

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Plan; to be with us from 12 noon until 5. u i
Enjoy the art tho crafts and the music. ...he walked into the hearts

I Labor Day Weekend of Florida voters ,

and he's still there today! .- .

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Just remember what happened in the HUD scandal. < ,#, .t
.Changes are needed in the state prison system, Including l '. "' '
"Boot Camps"for juvenile offenders to teach them the meaning ,.,.
of right from wrong.

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, Thirty Combat Missions Over Europe Flown by John Torode '" I

"y ButUr Rohn .. friends go down, sometimes- in a planes on the way down. "Hitting the
ICT Staff Writer '-- giant fireball, sometimes with two silk"was no guarantee of a safe landing
In the semi-darkness of early mor- or more engines out, spinning out of Men were often killed by I
Wg on January 5, 1943, the 491st control with the tail section shot off, groundfire on the way down.
leavy Bomber Group was schedul- falling with a wing broken off, or, attunes John Torode was 23 years old In *. ." ,' ,
d to relieve pressure on ground ',, " 'lC' seeing crews:. bailing out pf See Page (B .. ...
roope engaged the Battle of the .
tulge. '" ,..,., ,i .
The weather was miserable; a .' ......... SUN RENTALS I
rigid wind blowing across the Ii British landscape, temperatures ,
*low freezing and snow falling
risibility was limited to a few feet.A M RENT-TOOWNo
green light from the tower
Ignaled the first B-24 to take-off.
The B-24 heavy bomber was one of )
wo planes that destroyed Germany _
luring the other .; 1 0
WW-I1t being the ', \
toeing B-17.The B-17 received more f
publicity but the B-24 dropped the
nost tonnage of explosives during j ,, IIIl1mlID fID11IIlIDQiI M
he war. It was a prop! driven four- :
engine plane with a tricycle landing
tear, carrying a crew of 9 or 10 of- LJ 3 A iii>, t,
Icers and enlisted men.
The green light was on and the ,i i1
Irst plane, heavily loaded with
tombs, lumbered down the Ice- .
:oated runway. It lifted clumsily In- \\1 ,
.0 the air,only to crash,carrying ten ; "
nen to their deaths.
Again the green light flashed, and i
he second B-24 rolled down the run- .' ,
way,only to follow the first,after lif- .
;Ing some 50 feet above the ground. ..' .
Vine or ten airmen were lost in the ','C.o \. :
second crash.
Planes number 3 and 4 became
airborne,but the mission was scrub- '" .'
:jed>> before the plane in which BHS .
graduate John Torode was slated for T I
.ake-off. I

arrived native England, Lt.in John the spring Torode of, \ TV'S STEREOS VCR's APPLIANCES FURNITURE '

1944,trained to fly the B-24,assignedto ,,, ..... ."... .. '. ".. ...,...."' .- '...... .."...."...". "--...,..,,.- ..".,........... ....... ...." "
be the co-pilot, with Capt. C.A. ----

The Overstreet duo .would from Oklahoma fly 29 missions as pilot. Long Ago and Far Away.... No Credit Checks Same Day Delivery

together over Europe,bringing their A John Torode stands in front
young of a Liberator (B-24) propeller
plane back each time, although one driven bomber somewhere In England.Lt. G No Down Payment Full 1172 Yr. Parts & Labor
time it was shot up so bad Torode Torode was a Liberator co-pilot, with 30 combat missions over
had doubts about getting back. Europe at the height of the German Luftwaffe strength. No Long Term Obligation Friendly Service
Capt. Overstreet, who was half Lt. Torode's plane was hit with flak many times, but he was always
Choctaw Indian, and Lt. Torode able to nurse It back across the English Channel.
teamed up in the states and remained Discharged as Capt. Torode, he was awarded the Air Medal with six .
together for their tenure of Oak Leaf Clusters.
overseas duty, which required 30 IVI a a r*ClV .Mi;

missions over Europe. As pilot, would take over, actually flying the plane for the English coast, flying .
Overstreet flew indoctrination
Capt. an the low and slow.
plane over target through the use HCn
mission with another crew,thus of the Norden bomb-sight. One the The B-24 made it back to the home iKonmorel
the two flew 29 missions together, bombs were dropped,control return- air field, only to find the runway
and Lt.Torode flew his 30th mission ed to the blocked wrecked
pilot, who would take by a plane. The
with another team. Torode was evasive action to get out of flak being tower waved him to go around.Lt. Green Cove Springs Starke MacclennyCoVe
discharged as a captain after return- sent up by German ground per- Torode, the last plane in, now
tog to the states. sonnel. German flak was accurate low on gas and unable to tilt the Plaza Walmart Plaza 791 S. 6th St. ((St. Rd. 121)
When LtTTorode:; had flown about
and in
deadly,putting holes in bombers wings a conventional turn,make
12-14 missions, he requested a crew while over the target, and oftimes, wide crabbing turn and again lined I
964.9059 ((904)) 259.3949
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of his own, and was offered a first hitting critical areas, bringing the up on the runway..
pilot position and crew, but turned it plane down. The tower again advised him to go
down after realizing he was beginn- Some bombers would lose one around,since the wreck still blockedthe
ing to have hearing problems,which engine,and continue its mission, but runway. WHY GO ANYWHERE ELSE?
could have serious repercussions for often two or three engines would gooat1n Lt. Torode told the tower, "We're
-chief-pilot..-As co-pilolr-ha-waa--' ; which case pilot-would attempt4eputith low on gas,and we're coming in,Get
....... responsible for radio transmissions,._. -plan -xk>wn-: in-... tlMMvrocIc: out of the.u/ay-Ti.-.'...,?,,7A... nO.' .... .-
.r! and had misunderstood a radio instruction friendly territory or return to Just as the plane flashed by on the -- -- v.
but no harm was done, England.Crews landing in Germanywere runway,the ground crew was able to
since the engineer had correctly normally taken prisoner,but at move the wreck a trifle. Lt.Torode's
heard the message and advised least five members of one B-24 crew wing tip missed the wrecked plane
Torode.From then on,Lt.Torode instructed were beaten to death by German by inches.Lt. .
the engineer to corroborate civilians. Two crew members feigned Torode stood on the brakes to WHO CARES
all radio messages. Hearing problems death and survived.It stop the heavy bomber, and ruined
have continued to plague two tires. A supply officer came flyIng ABOUT
Torode down through the years, Was No Picnic... up in a Jeep,and began berating -
causing him to be grounded after Sometimes flak made direct hits, Torode for ruining the tires, using
returning to the states In 1945. NORTH
and the plane would blow-up in the language unbecoming an officer and
Lt. Torode turned down the
promotion air, and go down in a ball of fire. In gentleman. Lt. Torode, angry about
and continued to fly as copilot the abuse after bringing the shot-up
those cases, all hands were lost. FLORIDA?
on the Overstreet crew. In one bombing run by the 491st plane home, was in no mood for a
Bomb Group, flak made a direct hit dressing down. f M
Flying Combat... Torode said, "Let at him "and
me ,
ou'a B-24, and as the plane fell out of
Late in the war, the Allies the formation, its wing sliced began exiting the cockpit. v w
dominated the skys over Europe, through the fuselage of another B-24, The Jeep driver told the supply officer -
having destroyed the German Luft- with both planes going down, losing ,a captain, "We'd better get out BILL
waffe, but during the time Lt. two crews. of here." They beat a hasty retreat
Torode was flying bombing runs August 7, 1944, the Overstreetcrew before the lieutenant could get to the i _
over Germany and France, German was flying its eighth mission captain. Lt. Torode never heard
fighter planes were a real threat to this time the target was an oil anything more about the incident.
heavy bombers. Not that the B-24 storage dump in Hamburg, Ger- When the 491st arrived in
and B-17 were unprotected..eachhad many,an industrial city that produced England, it had considerable troubleIn NELSOW-
S-6 gunners firing twin .50 war materials and equipment. making it's formations, but over-
calibre machine guns mounted In Torode said it was "plenty rough" came the problem after the secondor
the tail,nose top and bottom turrets with lots of flak being sent up by the third mission, and began flying a ,
and both sides. The gunners gave Germans.The B-24 took a hit,knock tight formation, which saved many _
good account of themselves, ing out the pilot's controls. Co-pilot planes and lives. Does!
shooting down hundreds of German Torode also lost some controls, but Torode said in many instances,he
fighters that didn't show proper could still turn the plane with rudder saw German fighters attack
respect for the bomber's fire power. controls, but could not control wing squadrons ahead and behind the
Bombers were somewhat tilt. Lt. Torode instructed the crew 491st, but did not attack them
vulnerable when over the target. not to fire a gun or move, In order to because of the concentrated fire Visited Bradford/Union Counties
The pilot of the lead plane would keep the plane as level as possible.Lt. power of a tight formation. .
Jockey the plane into position for the Torode .headed the limping Time after time, Torode saw
bomb run, and the bombardier Twice While Campaigning

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.I r MOTEL. 4 MILES N. OF STARKE ON US 301. _/A .. '" ,

I, Past and Present....
Owner SUMO Coodner with one of her quilted bean await your visit at Put and Present,four mile North of
Lawtey,Wednesday through Saturday,10....to 5:30 p.m.The shop U filled with treasures for the antique'buff,
collector and/or gift giver.

eeber September 4th I II

"Past_. and Present" Sure to Please Shoppers
---- -- -
I .a .a
by Carolyn Eaves north of Lawtey. Owner Susan The shop is filled with baskets,
Goodner said she is very pleased crates, candles, potpourri crystals
acT Sloff WrllorIf with her first few months in wreaths,wooden picture frames andspools
business.She feels comfortable with in addition to the antiques and
SAWYER GAS Same her location although it may be collectables.Susan's first love Is an-
I *& pays you are a collector or just a termed 'out of the way'. Susan tique quilts and she said sales have
for delightful
browser you are in a
'I '8 remembers living in Jacksonvilleand other like quilts also.
r'I \ proven people
-- '- .... "' /sJ.. treat when you visit Past and Pre- seeking out of the way places to Susan attends safes to replenish her
north of
I I Wonderful sent on US-301 scents greet Lawtey.In this shop for antiques and gifts. At her shop, if she can find a piece of fur-
you location she can reach the locals niture at a good price she will
where items at-
clean neat shop are from Starke and Lawtey as well as refinish the piece for resale,still at a
I tractively displayed. travelers. At first carrying mostly reasonable price.
II Many inexpensive items are ready gift items,Susan has found antiquesand
for collecting or gift giving from accessories are more in demand Quilted Teddy bears, afghans and
I small hand held wooden eggs or and has filled her shop accordingly."I rag rugs also decorate the shop with
I I acorns to a sofa or dresser. Prices wanted pieces of pretty wood made into
always own shop
Year End Inventory Close Out. range from$1 to$800 with somethingfor since I felt most items my were shelves or pieces of wood for sale for
the antique buff or collector as high when I shopped,' said the buyers handiwork and/or Im-
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Susan, who tries to keep prices
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the mummer of 1944, maybe a coupleof flak..Hydraulic system went out. squadron. Flak
yean older than many airmen In XII: August 12, 1944: Leon France. but we damned accurate percent or better..no more marshalling i completed tour. Good lead. Col.
were above it. co-pilot
service at the time, slncejie was a Air field. Moderate flak. No.4 prop got It (killed). One yard. Logged 9 hours 50 I Painterly, Command pilot. "A great Torode
college junior when enlisted. feathered. Weathered In five minutes on flight. Plenty tired. Col. i crew." Today...

Some B-24 pilots were flying combat XIII: August 14, 1944: Lyons, days XVIII at: Odiham January, a 8,Limey 1945 air base. Reed commended pilot. Received XXX: March 21, 1945: Esse:!, Ger- Former Liberator co-pilot during
missions at age 19. When they left France. Air Field. Meager flak witha Germany. Wing lead. Cross: Dasburg roads., Johnson.lead crew commendation from Gen. i many. Lead Hi-right squadron. WWII. John Torode Is essentially.
home to go Into service,they weren't few (German) F-lOSs up. Putnam Bad weather, cold-cold. Wulcheim Airdrome. Flew with retired. A successful area
allowed to drive the family car passed out. Saw Switzerland's Lake XIX: January XXIII: February 28, 1945: Siegcn 1 Meglitch. Plenty of flak, damned ac- businessman, family man and com-
because of their youth, but the Geneva. Beautiful. Germany. 1945: Dasburg, Germany.Group lead. G.H. 44th and Group lead. Ground
military services turned them into XIV: August 25, 1944: Schwerin, sup 392nd short. Blip went out, but come I bay door cable cut. Concussion accolades of all whe know him.
port cross roads. Lots of Ice In time for
up us to drop mile left I knocked
flight helmet
the my
world's best pilots, flying multi- Germany. Air field.The 491st led the minus of over my
million dollar airplanes within two 8th Air Force over target as lead :"SWver-shiver.temperature 55 degrees. marshalling yard. Solid overcast to XXIV: March 4, 1945: Orenburg, I shot at
on our return.
years, responsible for the lives of plane. Crew lost two Ex-
8-9 26,000 feet.
generators. We couldn't
go any Germany. Group lead, target of op- "Nice to be through." "
members. cellent
bombing, with following higher. Rough. portunity.Terrible weather Returned -.-....
Capt. Verle Pope, (deceased) group getting all the flak. XX: January IS, 1945: with a few flak holes.
former state senator from St. XV: September 22, 1944: Kassel, Kalserlautern,Germany.Wing lead.
Augustine,was the S-2 officer for the Germany. P.F.F. Locomotive shop Marshalling yard. Little flab, not XXV: March 7, 1945: Bielfcld Ger-
491st Bomb Group. He and Torode and Panzer shop. Lead hi-elemenf. bad. many. Group lead. Railroad 'RETIREES EXPLORE SECOND CAREER

became good friends during the war Flak pentlful, but no hits. XXI: February 16, 1945: viaduct. (G.H.) Bombs landed on THROUGH H & R BLOCK
years, and remained close until XVI: October 17,1944: Cologne,Ger- Salzebergen, Germany. Group lead. end of Marc away. Easy mission.
Pope's curate flak Putnam's plane knocked Weather forced us to land at Rheims many. Wing lead. Deputy G.H. went
E ..lying... out of slot and landed in Brussels. France. "Wonderful three days." out. Bombed 27 miles south. SNAFU
The crew returned to England via mission. Col. Watts Command pilot. Thousands of retirees take Graduates of the course

his Wuen 30th Capt. Overstreet completed Paris where they had a big time. XXII: February 25, 1945: Aschlaf- XXVII: March 10, 1945: Bielfeld, the first step toward a second profit from a practical skill
mission Capt. Torode, with XVII: November 16, 1944: N.E. fenburg, Germany. Divisional lead. Germany. Division and 8th Air immediate
only 29 missions,had one more to go. Aachen, Germany. Lead HI-hi Brother Frank was hot, hitting 80 Force lead. Old standby target. Col.! career by enrolling the II&R they can put to use
He flew no. 30 March 21 1945 a bombing Goff command pilot. Beautiful lead, Block Income Tax Course. at convenient: locations. They

It was rum not over a "milk-run Essen, Germany.," since the good run.XXVIII II&R Block,the world's largest work the hours and days that
: March 12, 19015: Friedburg,
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"plenty of flak, damned accurate" coverage. Easy run, hit marshalling offers its Income Tax Course The affordable fee Includes

hits Torode, but said.made The It back plane to took it's home some stV yard.)Curry Maj. Davis completed, Command tour ((30 missions starting on Sept. 4 at its Starke textbooks and supplies.
base. office. Graduates receive Certificates
Evening classes are
XXIX: March 17, 1945; Munster
Torode's mini-diary of his 30 missions Germany. Wing lead. Flak for a available. of Achievement and

ended with the understatementof change. C.A. (Overstreet) and crew The course provides excellent continuing education units
the century. It says, "Nice to be
through." training for people who want to (CEU's). Qualified graduates

Torode returned to the states in continue working after they of the course may be offered
the summer of 194S ostensibly to ServicemenMarine job Interviews with II&R
train In B-29s. the super-fortress retire or who are retired and

utilized in the Pacific Theater of Pvt. want to go back to work !.a Block but are under no

Operations for bombing'Japan.. Acklcy experienced Block Instructor obligation to accept
After a month's leave,he reported T.R Marine Pvt. Eric D. Ackley,son of employment. Those interested
to Greensboro, N.C., and was Patricia A. Ackley of Route 1, guides students through
grounded for hearing loss. Lawtey, has completed recruit various aspects of income tax in more information about an

In Chlcfcisaw, Oklahoma Torode training at Marine Corps Recruit preparation. jcsw: ..,rk H&R Block Income Tax
underwent further Depot, Parris Island S.C.
hearing tests includes Course may contact the II&R
and failing those, was discharged He participated in an active discussion practice
from military service.In physical conditioning program and problems, and hands-on Block office in Bradford

gained proficiency in a variety of preparation of Individual Square or 964-8286..
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Torode graduated from BUS in drill. Teamwork and selfdisciplinewere

1939 and entered the University of 'Danny' and Manisha Gaekwad will manage local stores for A&M emphasized. throughout the
Georgia for the fall semester. In the training cycle.He
spring of 1942, he had completed his Discount Beverage. joined the Marine Corps in m
junior March 1990.Stephen .
During the three years, Torode
would drop out of college for a A&M Discount Beverage Buys
semester and work at Camp Blending Walker PROBLEMSOLUTION

for three months, to earn Five
money for school then attend sum- Local HandyWaysA&M Stehpen L. Walker son of
make Altamease C. Walker of Rual Route
school to credits.In .
mer up Brooker has been in theU.S.
his sophomore year, Torode' Food Stores, Inc., owned by Handy-Way retained the 1, promoted
Air Force to rank
joined the Civilian I Pilot Training Asholk & Maltl Patel of Jupiter,will employees of the affected stores and airman. senior

Program (CPTP) at the universityand open stores In the local area under placed them In other stores. A&M Walker is a personnel specialist at
learned to fly single engine the name of A&M Discount advertised and hired new employeesfor
Griffiss Air Force Base Rome, N.YHe
planes. When he enlisted the U.S. Beverages, (home office in Jupiter). the stores they purchased. is 1985 of Buchholz
The Northern Office is in Look for the signs in a graduate
Air Corp, In April, 1942, he already Regional School Gainesville.
held a license to fly single engine Lake City, from which Diavijay windows posted each week: for savings High ,
planes.Torode. (Danny) and his wife Manisha aloe g with advertisements in

was called-up In Gaekwad will manage the five local the .__
September, 1942, and reported to stores. Danny serves as vice presi-
'Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Ala dent of the Northern Regional Of
for basic pre-flight training. fice. While his wife takes care of accounting Bradford
"""After transferring from base..to and paperwork,Danny will :
baae. *"*. ,be d. CULLIGAN.
.,- -more-advancedtrainingeach Y 'h- ..Center .
time, Torode won his wings, The' v scot dlkTh'incltfitb" qPr.c
and received his commission as a 401 Brownlee Road in Starke, Main
2nd lieutenant at Columbus Air Street in Lake Butler, SR-18 & Starke Office

Force Base, in Columbus, Miss., SR-121 in Worthington Springs, and 218 S. Walnut St.
sometime In 1943. two stores In Lake City.
Nat to th*Chamber of Commerce
The Lake Butler store
Torode was one of 17 officers from began
his graduating class to be assigned under the new owners on Thursday, 964-4957
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to Harvard University for advanced Aug. 16, Worthington Springs on r- -Bad Taste or odor i
math studies. The officers had but Tuesday, Aug. 21., the Lake City I
I1I t1
stores on Sept. 6 and the Starke store -COloredwaterCIOUdYH3ZYWater lilt
one Interest; they wanted to fly.Stu- PAIN CONTROLHeadachcs
1 Red or Black stains I II
dying academic subjects wasn't for the following week.Addresses .
them. I Corrosion of Plumbing 1 1I

The Air Corp soon realized it's Needed Neck & Ann I AtCulllgan, we have

mistake, and returned 13 of the 17 to For Some MembersOf Mid Back INJURIES the technology, equipment, and
flying status, sending Torode to Salt BIIS Class, 1940 Low Back&-Leg 1 capabilities to solve one

Lake City, where he joined pilot Work Related 1 or any combination of, I II
The Bradford County High School
Overstreet and the flight crew he ;
Class of 1940 will celebrate its 50th Sports I water problems like these. I II
with the
would fly during war. Personal
In April, 1944 the 491st Bomber Class Reunion on October 12 13. t Auto AccidentsDR. I Call your CUlligan Man today for a I II
Names numbers and ad-
phone ,
Group departed Langley Air Force free water quality analysis.
dresses are needed in order to con- I
Base In Virginia, for England.In
Torode checked Into tact the following members: Grace CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
England Dew Marjorie Hall, Claudia Hazen,
hospital sinus infec-
the base with a
11-800-342-90841 1 1I
Margaret Lowrey, Eleanore St.
of his hearing : THE TEAM APPROACH
tion, pro-
John Doris Vera
blems. While in the hospital, the Hough Noegel I I II
Butler, Henry Cone, and R. E.
49ist transferred to Northern cHmOPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT .
Scotland, leaving Torode, who faced Jones. 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK I d I
having Information Is II
the possibility of being reassigned to asked
to call Nelson Moore at -
24 I
another unit. 964-7402 JoElla Barry Hardy at 964-4957 I TrosrThe Experts.
Lt. Torode went to the PX officer .... L-- ='='::-. =-=- -='==:::.
the 964-7607, or Marian Dowling Long at TRQ Onto Hoot Mon.-PH. SiM-6iOO p. S.t. By Appointment ==- = -==- : :: = -
his for clearing
and got signature 964-7435.. .
'base, then borrowed completed -
from another officer, and using -
papers .. ,
the borrowed papers for a pattern - &-

had friends forgo initials of the
dozen or so other officers that had to
attest his clearing the base.
Torode rejoined his outfit in

. Missions Flown...
The 30 missions flown by Torode,
with comments:
I: July 21,1944: Kempton,Germany.

Formation through flak.on Lost instruments.no.3 engine,came Flew 6 MONTH CD LIQUIDITY PLUS 12 MONTH CD

out tgart.alone.Tough Salvoed flight.II .bombs over Stut- $500 Minimum To Open MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT $500 Minimum To Open

: July 23,1944: Bricy,France."No

Ball.III: July" 24, 1944: Saint Lo France. O/o

but Bomb damn run at accurate.12,000 feet.Landed Little flak with, 8.100/0 761 ( 8.2000Annual

bomb load. (Unable to drop bombs). 0
IV: July 25, 1944: Saint Lo, France.'
Annual Yield Annual Rate
Bomb run at 11,500 feet. More flak, Yield Annual Yield *
but good bombing.V $75,000 or more $75,000 or more
July 29, 1944: Bremem, Ger-
Tail-end Charlie. Oil refinery. DEPOSIT ANNUAL ANNUAL
"Flak-a-plenty." Took our first AMOUNT YIELD RATE

blt..acary.VI: August factory.,dose to 4,Bremem.1944: Wlsma Bombed.. Germany aircraft 7. 810*o $50.000-74.999: 736% 7.12% 7 900Yc 0

VII many.:Au Air urtS.craft 1944 factory.: Brunswick Good bomb-,Ger- Annual Rate slg_:=- 7.11 _689 Annual Rate

ing. Heavy flak. Fighters ahead and .at._....,,;.. todwW.d.it'Abover.tnwenp.idonAugun13./994! baud
rear Rain art tubjtct loc/l ng&9..-_on M.F.deraFundt R... "' ,m"n'om.rtd 'hf ffreCbVI annual i/ifkt.bmtd on intTml compounded monthly
VIII: Augusta, 1944: Hamburg Germany Substantial penalty, lor forty withdrawal from CDs up.fo-MrmMUb ram calla Mot you local bran off". VMd s//am muimn principal on?mttmtnmain on depcvl for oitvym

Oil storage dump. Plenty
rough. Controls shot out. Capt.
Overstreet was awarded the D?'_ Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke

(Distinguished Flying Cross) for 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W. Madison Florida

this(This Dlght.was the flight In which Lt. 377-3344 331-2700 964-5000 Street.

Torode returning did the most ship to of home bale.in) FDIC J G Gainesville/University, Keystone Heights Ocala Federal

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X. Igjt 8, 1944: Romllley, 473-4952 Savings Bank
France. Reserve air field. "Milk

run." .

XI: August 10, 1944: Orleans . .
France Railroad .brldge. Meager

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Willie E. Batten, Jr. charged fined
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of (VOP)
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munity service, violate no laws.
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ths. attend DUI school.
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DWLS; fined $120.25. .
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Increase current job skills or of two minor safety offenses in a : cou C LS
learn new skills. 12-month period is required to at-

With "The Graying of the WorkForce" tend a Florida State accredited pro- '8T VOLKSWAGEN. QTI 'i1 HYUNDAI KXCKL >.. NISSAN KINO CAM 4x4 '.r HYUNDAI mxcmt. ,older workers are becomingmore gram. Safety offenses could mean Au,r. a..4.+ .r. aaoa..rs.1- AC- 4 r.IPMtaiiniBM
the life ony s4aw' tser. 0ftIy'S995" -6495' "
and more in demand. And not having proper jackets 4195or99 > rM*
while older workers believe in aboard or simply failure to re- '.
day's work for a day's pay many of quired safety equipment. .wq-ma i.-.!.->-*<- --__=_ 4<*K them have found themselves withoutemployment Failure to attend the required MowOnly6195 X4196 oft"999' _-. w'4985' r..a649S"
due to obsolete skills boating safety program results in
company closing mandatory the violator losing his boating 7 S55) NORTHG Motorcars
retirements and lay-offs etc. privileges in Florida. ( )
If you or someone you know Is 55 Sea School's course not only has U. -4222 NW Street Galnasvilla, FL 376-4531 HYUnDRI
of older and S. Coast Guard approval but also is
years age or living on a
low or fixed income and interested in accepted by The Florida Depart- QUALITY 1 USED 1 CARS PRICED RIGHT FOR TODAY 1 S INFORMED 1 1 CONSUMERS/

I getting back into the workforce, con- ment of Natural Resources the
tact Florida Green Thumb at Florida Marine Patrol the Manatee 'A9 tTdNEA '
904-241-8188. County Sheriff's Department and '89 BRONCO u 00 d 1C0

the National Captain's Institute. In- raoecix u 1t1T PKG. II XIS PKG.
structors will be accredited throughSea
Safety Road ChecksSet School to teach the U.S.C.G. ap-

For Hampton Area proved basic boating safety courseto 10,488 $13,488 rR'' -
Individuals and to groups of $14,888
Chief of Police will be students and to charge for the
conducing vehicle safety inspec- course.
tions along with driver license dur- Applicants for this Instructor's MurnuwM
'" ing the month of September on course will have teaching apotitude Momnuo 'q WIST11
CR-18 CR-221 and CR-325. boating knowledge and at least a HMT-MM / a..er..a..n. I tINN l1161R0
I Chief John Hodges feels' these year of boating experience says Bob A4'S....r..r..4 ..r+t-. .... AC..r..
checkpoints will be an effective Arnold, director of Sea School. As ,r _eP!, { __'.r.w. c .ate

means of enforcinf the equipment trained, accredited instructors they $8888 $16,488 $10,488
I and driver license laws of Florida will be able to charge for their ser- ""
while insuring the protection of all vices, which could be an excellent
motorists. supplementary Income.
This Is a win-win situation Arnold urtooTUMOCOUM 'MFOAD 'II FOlIO

J said. We're supplying the state's and I '-"' F-1904x2 UMATXLT4X4IAMAT
FliP Troopers the boating public's need for instruc- E.-/-..,.,. Ir WAgIVwa AKa
.... ,. ,.
Continue License tors, and also providing more educa- ..+......., av rs.A,4 w.e.w....-a 10
tion on the waterways, which $6888 .!!!....O!! )
Vehicle Inspections benefits the state's marine enforc- $9888 $9988
meent officers as well.
Bradford CountyThe The Quad-T Instructors training I Isarta
Florida Highway Patrol will will be offered at most Sea School _
be conducting driver license and facilities around the state and also ,
vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur- as a "flying short course" at other Fe
ing the week of Aug.31 through Sept. locations. MUSTANG

6 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230 SR-18, Instructors will learn how to teach !?@I @
SR-1J CR-18 CR-18, CR-21B, the approved 12-hour curriculum in-
CR-225 CR-125 CR-229 CR-231 cluding subjects such as attitude adjustment ..-r.r..rrar.r..- r
CR-227,CR-221.CR-230 and CR-100A Intelligent use of aids to "

In Bradford County.Recognizing navigation acquaintance with the ........fa 1 nil*.mt.<..'L.Just rx minute.front OataMvM.
: the danger presentedto Rules of the Road safe practices in .2-2802 .
the public by defective vehicle skiing and diving, proper man over < '
equipment. Trooper will concen- board procedures, basic .A.! Sales & Sorvico 1J 1Ji

trate their efforts on vehicles being firefighting, cautious fueling, in-
operated with defects such as bad troduction to first aid,capabilities of

brakes worn tires and defective lifesaving equipment and a reviewof : ,
lighting equipment: In addition attention current federal and state boating
will be directed to drivers regulations.

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I Obituaries. I

Minnie Belle Waters Georgia on March 211920.She move Funeral services for Mr. Dowlingwere -
Minnie Belle'Waters 81, of Worthington ed to Keystone Heights in 1976 from held In the DbWitt C. Jones .
Springs died Wednesday Jacksonville.She Chapel In Starke Fla. on Monday
'te"won..August 22, 1990.In the Ad- was a member of the First August 27, with Rev. Leamon Wardconducting
vent Christian Village at Dowling Baptist Church of Keystone Heights the services Intermentwas GARAGE
Park. a teacher of the Victory: ,of Jesus'* In Crosby Lake Cemetery In SALEJ
Ms. Waters was born In Union Sunday school class and a Starke under the direction of Jones
County.where she has lived! most of homemaker. Funeral Home, Starke.In .
her life. She Is a retired school Survivors include her husband, lieu of flowers contributionsmay .
teacher and Insurance sales person. Redus S. Parks Sr. of Keystone be made to the North Central
She was a member of the Mt. Zion Heights; two daughters Barbara Hospice 801 S.W. 2nd Ave.,
Primitive Baptist Church National Carter of Keystone Heights and Gainesville Florida 32601. It's The End of The Model Year & Every
!*<. Association of Insurance Women Reds Jannotti of Clay Hill; one son,
Retired Teachers Association andwas Redus S. Parks Jr. of Keystone Card of ThanksOur GMC Truck Is Garago Sale Priced To Insurance Woman of the Year in Heights; one brother Lawrence 1
1971 for Florida. Butler of St. Augustine and eight Heartfelt Thanks and Ap- Room For The New Models. !
preciation for all
Survivors Include her sister Mrs. grandchildren. sympathy expressions
Loca McLeod of Worthington Spr- Funeral services were held In the shown us during the recent 1990 GMC SIERRA
1991 4DR JIMMY
t.,' Ings and several nieces and First Baptist Church in Friday Aug. passing of our sister and auntie. 1990 MINLVANS
',' nephews.. 24, with lr. E. Winson Butler con- The Family of t
Funeral services were held ducting the services. Interment was Mrs.Ella Toplin Id /
August 24, in the Chapel of Archer in Keystone Heights Cemetery
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with under the direction of Jones Funeral Card Of Thanks r
Elder Harry Brooker officiating. Home of Keystone Heights.In .
Burial followed in Elzey Chapel lieu of flowers, donations may During a time like this we realize
Cemetery under the direction of Archer be made to : First Baptist Church how much our friends really mean to
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Building Fund 550 S.E. Heron St., us... ,
Keystone Heights Fl. 32656. Perhaps you send a lovely card,or ,
sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you 8.9% 60 month financingon
", William Gatlin Ressie T. Dowling sent a funeral spray If so,we saw It all Conversion Vans
Ressie Tucker Dowling 80, of there.Perhaps you spoke the kindest THE TIME TO BUY IS NOWI HURRY SALE ENDS
4? William J. Gatlin 71, of Jackson- Hampton Florida died Saturday, words, As any friend could say. ,
"j- ville died August 17,1990 In June- August 25, 1990, at his residence Perhaps you were not there at all. SEPTEMBER 1, 1990
-r: tlon City Kansas after a sudden Uf "&following? a long illness. Just thought of us that day.
Iness. Born in Raiford on Nov. 29, 1909, Whatever you did to console our UP TO
.-: Mr. Gatlin was born In Bridgeton Mr. Dowling moved to Hampton 18 hearts. We thank you so much $1000REBATE R U T
N.C. and has lived in Jacksonvillesince years ago from Miami.He whatever the part. I FINANCING
1983. was a retired grocery store By the family of Harlis R. Ell- AVAILABLE
He was a retired accountant for owner in Coral Gables and a retired ington, Sr.Card. G5 M CTR uck ASSOCIATION
the Union Correctional Institution at carpenter and farmer.
Raiford and a member of the Survivors include; his wife, Mrs. of ThanksOur
Southside Christian Church in Dolly Jo Jenkins Dowling of Hamp- RONSONET H BUICK| =]TRUCKS
Jacksonville. ton; three daughters Mrs. Vanona heartfelt thanks to all who extended
Survivors include two daughters; Newman of Center Ala. Mrs. comforting sympathy and
Lacy Gatlin of San Rasael Ca. and Resale Lee Griffith of Starke and help in our recent sorrow. For the
Christine Gatlin of Jacksonville;two Mrs. Judy Weimer of Destin Fl.; beautiful service floral offerings., 810 E. Duval St. Lake City 752-8210
Aunts Katherine Shelley of one son, Ralph R. Dowling of WestPalm food ,prayers and other kindnesses'
Jacksonville and Lucy Fisher of Beach; one sister Mrs. Iva we are deeply grateful. Our SIialthanks
::-. Jacksonville. Burnsed of Jacksonville; 14 grand- to Steve Futch Hospice of
Memorial services will be held at children; 30 great grandchildrenand Gainesville and Rev. Leman Ward.
a latter date. 11 great great grandchildren. The family of Ressie Dowling
In lelu of flowers, memorials may
be sent to: Hospice N.E. 1 Pruden- -
tial Plaza 848 Purdentlal Drive,
Jacksonville, Fl 32207. VOTE YOUR CHOICE


Elizabeth Webster, 72 of
Gainesville FL fide Friday Aug.
24. 1990.in the North Florida Special 1990 BUiCK REGAL
Care Center Gainesville followinga TULLER
long Illness.
Born in Bangor Maine on Jan.21, Center
: 1918 she moved to Gainesville two Chiropractic
: (2) years ago from Keystone Keystone Heights Office
: Heights, where she had lived for 10
: years.Miss. 260B S. Lawrence Blvd.
t I Webster was a member of
:::.: Faith Presbyterian Church in 473-7213 0
Melrose a retired bookkeeper for
the Univ. of Massachusetts at
Amherst, Mass and.a former

ytruste9( Meekillf .i4xa >>l.", '-
Mass. FAI rctiriTftrn
Survivors include one brother Stk. No. 0406
Rev. John P. Webster Jr. of Headaches
Williamsburg Mass and two sisters, Neck & Arm INJURIESMid *
June W. Brown of Melrose and Alice Back Work Related GARAGE SALE PRICE $15,699

W.Memorial Sinclair services will.be Fl held::. at Low Back& Leg -SportsPersonal (Trade-Ins Accepted)

later date in Faith Presbyterian .
a "
Church in Melrose. Interment will Auto Accidents: 0 '0"'ZJI: .ft'a.: .
be in Village Hill Cemetery : ,. l '
Williamsburg. Mass under the
direction of Jones Funeral" Home of' '. DR.RICHARD C. TOLLER ONLY 2 AVAILABLE
Keystone Heights.
Plus tax & taa. Includes rebate


Heights Florida died Wednesday, 24 HOURS A -DAY 7 \
Aug. 22 in the Alachua Genera DAYS A WEEK
810 E.
St. Lake
City 7528210LGARAGE
Hospital Gainesville following a, v OFFICE HOURS:
f short illness. OOloeHoura: Man. -Frt.8.30 i 600 p.m. Sot.By Appointment
Mrs.Parks was born In Whigham,



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83 Buick Regal- 2dr. blue...................... 4488.00 87 Pontiac Firebird2dr, black .............79880W
85 Buick Skyhawk2dr, white............... 3988.00 80 Pontiac Grand Prix2dr, brown ........2488.00
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87 Buick Somerset- 2dr. black...............698840
88 Buick Skylark4dr, blue.................... 7988.00 Used Trucks
79 Buick LeSabre- 4dr silver................ 2488.00
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83 Buick Regal- 2dr light brown............ 2988.00 79 Dodge D-150 PU- brown .........,........2888.00
DRILLING' & SEPTIC TANK 84 Buick LeSabre4dr, light brown ........23880)0 86 Dodge D100 PUsilver....................616200
84 Buick Regal- 2dr. light brown............ 3988.00 87 Ford Ranger PUblue ......................-.00
85 Buick Century-4dr. gray................. 4488.00 88 Ford Aerostar Van- blue ..........:....11,4880)0
73 Buick LeSabre- 4dr, green...................7880)0 88 Ford Aerostar Van- Bm/Gold..........11J880M
Well & Tank 78 Buick LeSabre- 4dr brown ...............1983.00 89 Ford XLT PU- red........................V10,9830M
Dorman Septic 86 Buick Somerset-, red.................6988.00 88 Ford F150 PU- beige....................12J880PO
86 Buick Regal- 2dr- gray...................... 68880M 84 Ford Bronco II- tan..........................48880M
Inc. 1983 81 Cadillac Seville- 2dr gold ................39880)0 70 Ford F100 PU- green....................... 8880)0
77 Chev. Monte Carlo2dr, blue............1988.00 86 Ford Fl 60 PU- gray.......................6188.00
87 Chev. IROC Z2dr, blue ................10,983.00 86 Ford F150 PU- blue......................... JIO
83 Chrysler EClass4dr.. gray ...............2488.00 84 GMC Jimmy- tan..464100
2 & 4 In. Water WeDs Pumps-Sales Service Installation Septic.tanks, 86 Ford Escort- 4dr, tan....................... 3988.00 88 GMC C-10 PU- blue........................14II.DO'

88 Ford Escort- 2dr black.................... 6988.00 89 GMC Shimmy 4x4- gray:..............11,8330)0
Lift Stations-New Installation DraInfield Repairs. ; :: 87 Ford Tempo4dr, blue...................... 8488.00 86 GMC'C10red .............................8488.00

86 Ford Escort4dr.. burgundy...............3483.00 86 GMC S15gold ............................-.00
88 Honda Accord4dr, gold ...............10888.00 87 GMC S-15 PUblacksilver .............74830M
-CONTACT- 89 Hyundai GL. 4dr. gray...................... 6488.00 85 GMC PUblue................................69330X
',, 86 Olds Cutlass- 2dr. burgundy ,............6988.00 88 Jeep Cherokee PU- red....................74880)0
.." 80 Pontiac Lemans4dr, beige.............. 2483.00 88 Mazda LX Cab PU- black ................7988JM
:. r I (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004 78 Pontiac Lemans 4dr.blue.................438.00 76 Toyota Landcrulser-...................18330)0)
Bryan 87 Pontiac Grand Am- 2dr white...........6488.00

Lex Jones 275-2716 After 6 .

STATE LICENSURE 810 E. Duval St. Lake City- 752-8210

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By Ann SponholtxIdltor Theme Park also has a children's
eludes heading an art show at the
r I ..Lt.I of take...Ion Monitor playground and tennis courts. Museum of Fine Arts in New York
The City of Keystone Heights and Come early and plan to spend the City and he has shown his works In
countless volunteers throughout the day. There will be lots to see and do various cities, including Houston,
community are busy with prepara- for everyone in the family at the Detroit and Jacksonville.
tions for the 13th Annual Festival of Festival of the Lakes this Labor Day
the Lakes Art Show set to kick off weekend. Judge Marjorie L. Kirchgassner
the Labor Day ''weekend (Saturdayand Events set for Saturday Include a received her BA at the University of
remote broadcast by Eagle 106.3 in Maryland and another degree at the
The art show in Theme Park on Starke. Also on Saturday Courtney'sSchool New York School of Interior Design
SR-21 south across from Keystone of Dance will perform at 'in New York City. She received her
Beach on Lake Geneva. Saturday'sshow noon. At 1 p.m. Keystone Kloggers Master's at the University of
Is set from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. will take the stage and at 3 p.m. Maryland In Art Education. Her
and on Sunday from noon until 5 form.Sunday's Keystone. Studio of Dance will per- career has Included 11 years In In-
p.m.Patti terior Design and over 14 years as a
Brannon, who has been entertainment Includesthe teacher of art education.
working on the publicity end of the Oak Grove Bluegrass Band play-
activity,announced that Chairman Ing live music in Theme Park. The weekend show should prove to
Kay Hlnson has enlisted the help of Judges at the event include Bobble be a delightful time to spend your
the Keystone Heights Woman's Sue 0 Brian, a 1970 Art Education Labor Day weekend, .so don't. miss
Club, Rotary, Kiwanis, Interact, graduate of Florida State Universityand this special event. '
Lake Area Business Association, an art instructor at Southside
Jaycees, Phi Si Sorority and Lake Elementary in Starke. She has con- To get to the show front Starke,
Area Youth. tinued her studies by taking fine arts take SR-loo to Keystone Heights. At
All of these groups are assisting courses at the UP and by par- the SR-100 and SR-21 Intersection
S." jt the city of Keystone Heights with ticipating in artist's workshops.Ms. (only traffic light In Keystone
I ems. .r ''Ad eiirllf L what will undoubtedly be the biggestand O'Brian has taught art at all Heights)take a right.Theme Park is
best art show yet. grade levels In Florida's public located approximately four blocks
I Cash prizes of over$3,000 have at- schools for IS years, spending 10 down on the left.
II tracted over 100 artists and craftspeople years at Bradford County High
A raffle for prizes of artwork School. .
I by exhibiting artists will be held on Interested students from ages six
, both days of the event. to 80 have participated In private
Keystone Beach,across the street classes that Ms. O'Brian has taughtin
I from Theme Park, will be open for the aeas of drawing,painting,pot-
the general public's enjoyment.At tery and textile design.
,!I David Lauderdale, another
the beach there is
an open-air jUdgei O
Counting Up The Bounty... 1 pavlllion, volleyball court, picnic received a BA from the
tables and snack bar. North Florida and his Masters of Art The ancient cultivatedthe
Sheriff Kenneth Ethridge Is counting stalks of marijuana Egyptians
I'' confiscated from the north east side of Hampton At Theme Park there will be a food from Michigan University. He cur- wild watermelon. Pictures of
Lake Friday, August :24. Twenty-four plants, about court and tables for that area.These rently teaches art at Jacksonville the fruit have been found in the
three feet tall, along with a supply of fertilizer, were concessions are sponsored by local University. older of the pyramids.
i found in the area.The sheriff will not release the name individuals and civic organizations.For Lauderdale's' past experience In-
of a suspect until a possible arrest has been made. .'A. long as man has been able to the children, FuFu the clown b.
I write he has mentioned lettuce asa will be performing during both days
r rI food. of the Festival. There will be a JR FOOD STORES
'I I children's art corner, face painting,
button-making and a moonwalk.
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SECTONTIIURSDAY_ J "" "'' '.'' ociaC Events ""'II

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Want Ads August 30,1990 '":';':.f. !, I y P//J!-., YrVedding'trigagernents; Parhe :')Me! taiigs!: .' .

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f 1 : "q, Births Announcements-

All social items must be submitted by Tuesday, 5 pm,

I Upcoming Events for publication on the following Thursday. NO

A ; COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaperstaff.

Celeste A. Carter --t If a black &: white photo is not available,please

Robert WilkisonTo 41 u L. submit a color negative for printing. ,.

WedMr. ricIzr! .. (
and Mrs. James C. Carter of j
Starke,announce the engagement of Engagement. Teresa Bassett and I
daughter, Celeste Ann, to
Robert Lewis Wilkison son of Hiram Padgett EngagedMr.
Lavonne Wilkison and guardians
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison 01 and Mrs. Samuel Bassett are
Lawtey.Celeste. announcing the engagement and ap-
graduated from Bradford proaching marriage of their
High School in 1990. Teresa Kathleen, all of
Robert graduated Bradford High -r Stare,to Hiram Bryan Padgett,son
School in 1988 and is employed by of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Oadgett, of
Publix Warehouse in Jacksonville.The Starke.
wedding is planned for Teresa is a 1990 graduate of Brad-
September 8, 1990 at the First United "' ; ..",.., frod High School and is currently
Methodist Church in Starke at 7:00 : employed and a student at University -
pm. A reception will follow in the Kimberly Brown & Malcolm Crews 1 Medical Center in Jacksonville as
Fellowship Hall. L-Ri Mrs. Frances Young, Mrs. Marie Henry Lindsey Solze, Mrs. a X-Ray technician.
No local invitations are being sent. Kimberly A. Brown Shirley Brown.Standing; Mrs.Carol Sol/e Bryan is a 1984 graduate of Brad-
All friends and relatives are cordially ford High School and is cirrently
invited to attend. Malcolm II. Crewsto employed a R.G.C. Minerals, in
Wed Oct. 5 Green Cove Springs.The .
Mr. Mrs. Marie Henry Celebrates 90thMrs. wedding is planned for
and Mrs. Harvey F. Brown 1
I Vote ANDERSON I would like to announce the Teresa Bassett and November 17, 1990, at 6:00: p.m., in
engage- '
__ PAPA M nmMs. ment and upcoming marriage of Marie Henry of Upland, Ca. lCa., her granddaughter Mrs. Hiram B. Padgett The Starke Church of God.
their daughter, Kimberly Anne to celebrated her 90th birthday on July Shirley Brown of Micanopy Fla and No local invitations are being sent.
CasonCelebrates Malcolm H. Crews of Gainesville. 7, 1990 with five generations. The her great granddaughter and great All friends and relatives are invitedto
89th Malcolm is the son of Mrs. Jesse party was held at Ceder Ave. Mobile great granddaughter, Carol and Did You Know...... attend.
Kembro of Palatka and Mr. M. H. Home Park club house in Bloom- Lindsey Solze of Starke.
Ms. Alice Cason Dowling ...|$rews of Lake Butler. ington, Ca. Approximately 75 people Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Regent,
celebrated her 89th birthday at the Colonel Samuel Elbert
t:, attended. Chapter
The bride is with the
Community Center in Raiford employed NSDAR and Mrs. J. D. Henderson
on Pictured above for their five
August 10. Department of Corrections. The I Vote ANDERSON atended the Ylfttfr
I Northeast Florida :
bride-groom elect is employed with generation photo are; her daughter, a
Ms. Cason was born in the year Mrs. Frances Young from Victor- N Pol Ad Dem Regents Council which was held at .
1901 and is the last of nine brothers Berry vice. International Detective Ser- the Beaches Library at Neptune : 1.,#: ,: .,;: ,,;f
and sisters. She has had seven Thomas Honored Beach on Tuesday, August 21st.
The is for October
children. wedding planned -
She felt prevlleged to have her Sat 7:00 p.m. at Morgan Road Frazier Kelly ReunionThe With Bridal ShowerA Mr. Lawrence Lee Smith, Sr. just : h
Church. No invitationsare returned from in
children grand children, greatgrandchildren Baptist vacationing HapDinhda
and relatives being sent. All friends and Frazier and Ethel Kelly 5tg miscellaneous bridal showerwas Maryland, Virginia and West : J
close to her for her many birthday. Her relatives of the couple are.invited to Annual Family Reunion will be heldat given Miss Vickie Thomas, Virginia where he visited with his 1"
attend. bride-elect of Gordon Smith, sons and and their .
the Florida State Prison Pistol on Aug. daughters
nephew, William L. Dowling and '
wife Joy, of Starke, attended. Bill Range on September I, 1990, beginn- 16 at the home of Mrs. Barbara Red- families.
ing at 10.00 A.M. Church Services dish. Co-hostesses for the eveningwere Welcome Home Daddy. We miss- ,:August:
Dowling said she is alert,very sweet
and wishes her well for many more Births. .. will be held Sunday,September 2, at Miss Tammy Dempsey, Mrs. ed you.... 3"I
Sybil and Miss (his other )
years. "I Love my Aunt Alice," he 3:00 P.M. at Pleasant Grove United Dempsey Stacey daughters
Methodist Church, Rev., David Ed- Reddish.
said. We all do..Happy Birthday.Mr. "Look I
Who's Here! wards is the Pastor. Our speaker Upon her arrival, Vickie was
David Alex Barnes II will be Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor of seated in a chair adorned with a bou-
& Mrs. Joseph Britt Mr. &Mrs. David A. Barnes of Ft. Friendship Baptist Church, quet of pink balloons. Greenery anda ,
Stewart,Ga..announce the birth of a Gainesville, with the theme being large arrangement of fresh roses
Celebrating 50th Anniv. son,David Alex Barnes,II,weighing "Discover the Joy". decorated the remaining party andJAMES
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Britt will be 8 lb. 5 oz., and was born July 26 at Frazier Kelly was from a little rooms.
celebrating their 50th wedding an- North Fla. Regional Hospital. town near Starke called New River After Vickie opened her gifts, R. FLYNNTake
niversary Friday, August 31 and Paternal grandparents are Mr. & and Ethel L. Reynold was from guests were Invited into the dining
Saturday,September 1.The celebration Mrs. David A. Barnes of Starke. Monteioche a little town between room where refreshments were
will be held at their home in Great-grandparents are Gladys Starke and Gainesville. They met served. The hostesses presented pleasure In announcing the formation of a
Lawtey on Lake Road (CR 225). Bennett and Myrtle Barnes of and fell in love, got married, and to chosen Vickie with several pieces of her Partnership for the Practice of Law and the opening of
All friends and this union there 13 children monogrammed crystal.
relatives are cordially Starke. was ,
offices under the firm of FLYNN &
invited to attend. Maternal grandparents are Rev.& Lorine, Gus, Mable, Louis, FrazierJr. new name THOMAS
Mrs. John Strickland of Starke. ., Nathan, Jessie Mae, Oscar, "Discover the Joy" P.A.The

.. .' .....,.Ceraralc.jClqses_.... ". Strickland Great-grandparents of are Christine Jurutha elouls& and, Margaret Willie Alford., Roosevelt- He had Sunday,September 2 1990, church firm will practice primarily In the areas of Criminal"t
To BeginThe & Mrs. Ray Davis Babson of Orlando.Park and Mr. three children by a previous mar- services will be held ai 3:00: p.m. at Law.. Real Estdt&Trfipldyment Law, Personal Injury, Wills

City of Starke Recreation riage, their names being, Bedford, Church.Pleasant The Grove pastor United is Rev.Methodist David and Probate and General Practice.

Department will begin ceramic Kimberly D. Hoenig Theodore and Gertrude. Edwards, Jr., with the speaker be-
They made their home in Bradford Starke once Jacksonville once
classes on Monday, September 10th, Davis, of The ; ;
ing Rev. Leroy pastor
from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. and Wednes- Rich and Susie Hoenig of Highland County and settled in the community Friendship Baptist Church of 407 West Georgia Street 224 Gulf Ute Tower
Mills, New York, are proud to an- called Pleasant Grove and there
day, Sept. 12th from 9:00 am til Gainesville Fla. The theme will be 964-4667 632-2222
Noon. in the Old Armory Building nounce the birth of a daughter, they reared their family on a large "Discover the Joy".
(Recreation Dei>t.).Lillie Ann Johns Kimberly Diane Hoenig, born on farm.
will be the instructor. August 20, 1990. Both are deceased now, Frazier
Aerobic Dance classes will befrom Her maternal grandparents are Kelly died December 11, 1941 and
5:30 pm til 6:00: pm and Exercise Ed and Hazel Muse of Lawtey; Ethel. February 12, 1946. .'
from 6:00 pm til 7:00 pm onMonday's paternal grandparents are Adrian
Tuesday's and and Pat Hoenig of Bleauvelt, New
Thursday's at Pratt St. Center. The York and paternal great grand- NO DOWNPAY
charge Is$10.00 per month per class. parents are Mr and Mrs. James RegistrationAug.
Morning exercise class will begin Seery of New City, New York.

Tuesday,Sept. 11th,and will be heldon 29 & 30 > -. ;
Heather R. OrmondMr. .
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday ,
mornings beginning at 9:30: am at and Mrs. James Lynn Or From 4-5:30 p.m.
Pratt St. Center. No Charge for this mond, of Starke, are proud to announce At Armory Across from BBS <' "
class. Ms.Cheryl Godwin will be the the birth of a daughter, ENTe

instructor. Heather Roshelle, on August 15, Ballet ,
1990. Heather was born In Shands ., ,
Hospital, Gainesville, Florida. ;
I Vote ANDERSON I Paternal grandfather is Lynn Or -Jazz >
ro hl Ad Dn. mond and paternal great grand- I i "
mother is Ethel Faircloth, both of

Church Gospel Sing of God Starke.Rebecca Maternal Logan grandparents and William Wells are, rrap ;wr't:,', '.. '. .. ".on:. any TV; Stereo or; .' ; ,. .' "

Of ProphesyThere both of Starke. .
Radio in this
will be'a Gospel Sing Heather was born with a heart Salazar studio :
September 1,at the Church of God of defect and remains in Shands Of Danee
Prophesy, Inc. at 7:30: p.m.. Guest Hospital. weekend: !
singers are the Cercy Family. for more information call 964-7098;

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Jerald Griffils will not be responsible for 1980GUERDON MOBILE HOME:12x55, SAT., Sept 1, Some woman's clothes sz. 10 Nve In and help with ;;;:; 208 N.
any debts Incurred by Unda Grills 2 BR/1 BA. CH/A. Well pump and 12 ft 20. End tables, tome children children while I work. Free Rent Call my ,
You Items. Much, much more. 9 3. Located TerwillegsrFANTASTIC
effectively Immediately. 1 power pole Included. move. for more Info. 964-2506 11 Cecelia
"If have accident the water $5900. OBO. Call 7823634. tfnPUBLIC Bayless Hwy between S.R. 18 WANTED
you seen an on Person Block
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reel to reel Wonderful 3BR/2BA.
slide A Brownlee Rd. 1/2 mi. oil Brownlee.Red exp NEIGHBORHOOD IN CITY LIMITS
at New 4
Kingsley Beach please rience. 964-4468.
call Tricia or Bill at 1-800-3030.* NOTICE: North Florida Housinghas wood frame home. Watch for WANTED TO BUY: Aluminum 11 tin off of horn on lac. w/otsumoble mtg. This mortgage: Is a non-qualifying
h 1 purchased the Global sales tot In signs'7 chicken ossumobte..Hurry today. Price ha two reduced!
YARD SALE: 619 W. AdWns, Chlldrens & houses. Will remove. Large COUNTRYl lawtey area 4 acres
Lake City. All new homes in stock are WONDERFUL 3 BEDROOM HOME IN
1" B:&:fYi! ladies clothes. Misc. Items. 9 Iii ? Fri. quantity wanted. Call 964-5901 or
< ; h : to be sold at huge discounts. Some ( ) 285-1610 collect horn Is on paved rood..Call today.
BELOW wholesale. First come 8 Sat, 8/31-9/1. 7 91'' (Waycrost M.H's Wonderful neighborhood 20 percent down
( way 11 CLOSE TO CITY lots for ,
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.-. 1i. ., First serve basic financing avail., MISC. Items- 1 t07 Woodlawn St.(across w/ownr fin.. Call loday...Thh won't last long.
'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: dealers welcome. Call Ken, 9047555207.4 from Southern Villa Apts) Fri. & Sal IAKB FRONT HOMES w/guett house to match 3BR.2BA CH/A only 5 yrt.

Loaded with many extras. $5200 A.M. 7 ...... ..- .. .. .. .. old 160' water front hug screened porch that overlook Ih.lak.. All fenced -
FOUR FAMILY Sat. 8 til?.
12 2 1 BA. Mobile Home good : am Furniture '''
65. BR
Please call 964-5647, after 8 p.m. x '
Call .
books childrens clothes crafts little ; lFfO' \ s'r"'Lt,1 : In. loday.fANTASTIC
2 clean condo Must be moved. $3800. .B .gj tile CH/A. over
of everything. 318 Redgrave follow ". ... :.... I TRI-LEVEL HOMES Lake front, 4BR. 2 BA.corpet, ,
1984 FORD VAN: Customized Interior 964-3511. 4 signs. 7 '.., '.... /... . . .. ..1 3000 sq. ff., sprinkler tystm., outside work shop. Inside brick bar-b-que
good tires 302 Cl,four captain chairs OWNER TRANSFEREDI Assume qualifying that look. lake ISO/ on water w/2 oc.
2 Sale In roomLarge deck over ,
.a. AC/AT. PS PB PL Good con- loan on 1990. 2BR.28A. 14 x 80 Family Garage Lawtey. Fri. & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS
dition. $4750 OBO. 782-3660. TFN Singlewide w/dshwasher fireplace, Sat., 10 am -5 pm. Take 225 West,2 $14.09 PER MONTH. CALL 964- 2BR, 1BA MOBILE HOME elate to town, an nice lot great neighborhood
2ATTENTION CH/A. 782-1219 or 7823333.'t.j'hVI story house on comer at caution light. 6946.12 Owner Finance. Mutt sell soon
: Government seized vehicles ALUMINUM NEWSPAPERPLATES.Meaaure. GREEN COVE SPRINGS, AREAS 4BR 21/2BA, CH/A. carpet, tile, appro
BIG YARD SALE; rocking baby crib 2400 ft.. All cedar siding cedar workshop w/cancr.t.llaor. O.. o-could
from $100. Fords, Mercedes, : 24x36 sq
Corvettes Chevys Surplus Buyers < ,,,. 'tS., '&' 1' 1Ifs: t stroller lots of nlc-nacs ceramics, lnches..50 each. Great for patchingand be converted to nice guest house, chain link fence. This home must iell.

Guide. ((1)) 838-8885, Ext, A-17283 '. :F.OfJ\S; t : tools, fishing accessories. Lots more. repairs. TELEGRAPH/ 135 W. Great Price.
2BA hardwood floors, clot to
GOVERNMENT SEIZED -Vehicles from HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: All metal 100 8am E. Market til? Rain Rd.Cancels.off N. 301... 7 Sat only GRAPES FOR SALE:U-Pick-We Pick.8 town, great rental prop.. Please call today for more Info. This Is priced to

10000. Mlata's, Corvettes, Mercedes patented device controls fleas In the .. am 7pm, Mon. thru Sat 1 pm.6pmon sell.
,Jaguars,Porches&other misc. home without Pesticides. Results f" Sun..JOE FAULK. Grifts Loop. WONDERFUL OLE STYLE ENGLISH TUDOR 4BR 11/2 BA. 2 story all hardwood

confiscated property now being soldto overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY : QA"ti, ,J.OJ: j, : tli: 864-5678 or 964-5673. 12 floors beautiful screened In room CH/A. Orlg. light fixtures S wood
the general public.For buyers guide & GOLDKIST. 6 GRAPES, dark aUght, U-PIck,open everyday workHat II'. own wine cellor..Call today to tee this home.
call (708)355-9802 Ext. 7585. Open FREE to good home. Puppies 1/2 shepard ; .. .... .. .. '" I 7am til 8pm, Lillys vineyard, -211, 1 BA,HOMES Great for newly weds, a tingle person or an older couple
7 days 8:00: am to 11:00: pm. 1/2 golden retriever 3 mo. old 16 Ft TRI-HAUL boat walk thru windshield Coral Farms Rd., Florahome 659- that doesn't want a lot en maintenance work and not a lot of mowing. Fantastic -
.I... ends yr.old mixed breed.473-9517 2121 12
Float trailer. Invettment.
1988' mmervillewithmanyoptionsexoe 6Puppies Firm $1200., SOhp mercury.964-6499. 8 on ORGAN: Lowery Genie 44. bench, music CLASSIC COUNTRYl 1 1/2 story cedar/stone, 4 yr. old home, fireplace,

cond., $8,795. 080 533-2210 aft For Sale: AKC Rottweiler. 9 ",. . ... earphones. $600. Can 664-7714 CH/A.carpet tile, 2.3 BR/lolt,2 BA.mud room Ig. laundry rm, porches. 4
6pm.2 weeks old$300.5 males-2 females. after 5:00 or Sunday. 12
Call 468-2266. 6 '[f" ".1' "1'rF1Cj", ''i54"1" : LIQUOR LICENSE: 8-COP Good for 1/2 ac. w/flih pond Many Extras Price reduced.

.. ARABIAN horses for sale. Weanlings & jL;. ,H.,. ,;, ,..8, .. .. Package or Lounge. Call 964-5509. BEAUTIFUL HOME IN CITY LIMITS Great neighborhood walking distance

: :MODILE:, .: .' : ,((N'-'E.'Sr'' ', QUAIL up. &782-3267.PHEASANT 8: Ready for table or :, 12 from.COUNTRY tchoolt.churchet CLUB AREAl S.2444 down tq.town ft. home shopping.on 3 ac., 3 BR. 2 BA.CH/A, carpet

:,F'o R: :S'A'LJ: ;: flight L Heavener/ 2825540Mid- WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots GRAPES-U-Pick. 50 cents per lb., John w/huge family room Assummtg.. Call today for appt.
2,3,4 & 5 on Breamwood Point Ap- tub
dleburg FL 6CARPORT Reddish 9646565.12 BRICK HOME WITH POOLi In Country Club area, 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA.w/hot
SAVE UP TO$8,000 on new 1991 Sky- prox.9.3 Ac.870 ft waterfront Anyor FOR SALE1967 Champion Trailer 2 Immaculate cond. REDUCED.
all lots. ((305)) 883-8288 or 964- BR. 11/2 BA. Call 964-5991. home In the Country
line Doublewlde. Call 1-755-5114 GORGEOUS CEDAR HOME 3 BR 3 BA, 1 1/2 story
Circle B Homos, Lake City Florida. \\j'A, ; :IJ'; ; ):;.ES 6727. 4 front- 12 Club. Beautiful landscaping on 2 large lots, Call today for details.
: acr.,high dry
Your Volume Giant) 4 1979 Honda w/81 motor $700. Radial SIN COUNTRYl 3 BR Concrete block home w/hardwood floors, CH/A on 5
Ing on the pavement You'll love It for
arm saw $100.964-
USED HOMES! Many to choose from. only 15000. 10 ac. across the road saw ac.. Priced to sell.
Call 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes, SALE: 8-4 Saturday, Baby for only 25000. Both New Listings 2300. 12 GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY 10 lots In City limits, ready to build, or for
Lake City Florida. 4 household TRAILER FOR SALE: 4 ft x 6 ft., aluminum -
clothes, formats, goods Mobile Homes.
that can't last long!Ralph Bryan Realty
CREDIT CHECK AND PREAPPROVALON adult clothes,dresses. 1320 StandingStlnSaratogaHeights."COME 964-8878. 9 12DOUBLE, $450. Call 473-9785. .20 ACRES Has 2.." Wells.septlc tank, 3 acre fish pond and manyextras..make
offer today.
BED complete with bookcase
Kent 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes
7 .1* ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY Owner finance with LOW downpayment.
Lake City,Florida Your Volume GiantlPALM size elec. headboard springs 4 mattress$40.
: Stall shower apt. '''A'NT.D
\ ; 909 N. Thompson St. 12 HURRY this won't foil long.FORSYTH .
4 224 S. Th- :
MOBILE HOME: Furnished, 2/2. stove ompson, antenna St clothing.7 16' WOODEN BUILDING; 3 windows, ROADi. 3 acres out to Itttelf, great property to build your dream

CH/A. W/D. Skirting screeend In CLOTHES ONLY Misses sizes 10 12. some Inside panelling. $500. OBO. home..REDUCED.
WILL BUY USED OR NONWORKINGVCRs Wonderful neighborhood
porch i arport, utility shed. New 25 yr. Boys size 12. Slacks, sizes around
ovnrroof. City "uator/sewer on Ig. 27-32. Some girls clothes. 7 miles or TVs. Will pick up. Call 431- 4 ELEC. GUITARS, $200. to $500.each. close to schools.. ..
';'Icedl' tlnWal Immaculate.30( ) South of Starke on 301. Smith lum- 1273 ask for Morns. 11 1 Browning 308 rifle.$400.,mintcond., ATTRACTIVE IN TOWN HOME CB 4 BR, 1 1/2 BA opprox. 1800 tq. ft.,
833-8: 1"\\> 17. 4 ber. 7 WOMAN to clean house and take care of '79 Trans Am, Annlv. Addition Sac- CH/A carpet tile. This home Is priced to sell..It has been reduced....in a-
Invalid. 9-3,5 days a week, Honesty raflce at $4,500. Call 964-4182 great neighborhood.LOVELY .
Important Call aft 5 pm 964-6539. 12PRESSURE BRICK HOME 3 BR. 2 BA CH/A carpet tile, nice fenced In backyard
11LEAD treated lumber. Call (collect) Home come.with it. own washer/dryer. too.
GUITARIST:for local country band.mu.t for price. Hardware, building supplies .LEVEL; LAKE FRONT HOME approx. 3800 so, ft. w/4 BR. 4 1/2 BA carpet
be willing to practice serious
plywood etc. Stephen Smith
Inquires only. For Interview call Mike umber, 4682624. 7 mi. S. of Starkeof tile CH/A' private asphalt.' ..' drive. "" qn. Acres w/100 ft. of crystal 'water
k after 5pm. 964-4111. 11 Hwy 301. 12 front..REDUCED.
-2-1\ ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATESi All cleared ft mowed, just|
waiting for a beautiful new home.
HANDY MAN SPECIALi 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A carpet, vinyl brkk fireplace, op-
pro. 1450 tq. ft. on 1 acre. The home 'Is In need of repair but would be a

great return In your Investment.
a SPANISH STUCCO 240 SQ. FT. HOME 3 BR, 11/2 BA CH/A carpet tile,
double carport garage 2 1/2 acres w/600' private concrete drive. Owner
finance. Non-Qualifying mortgage
.10 PLUS ACRES IN CITY UMITSi Plated out Into approx 24 Lolls Great for
REALTOR ANE S. USHER FHA Multi-Family Housing or just about any type of money making project

G) Your Union County Realtorlake you desire. AFTER HOURS

Butler---Lake City Cecella Tenrllleaar. .
IEQUALHOUSW eBBT fcC-BOBBI &EALTOH 496-2126 or 755-3500 964-7T7 ......T. Brems SendrsTerwIllega 964-4211 .
Susan M. Faulkner GRI.'Cp9 President '
PRICE REDUCED..BRICK HOME..I 2 acres, fish pond fireplace. Mutt tee this
ERA Faulkner Really Inc. lovely counryr home to really appreciate all the extras. Owner moving out of

area.....motivated to tell NOW.
Located Hwy'3Ot. 3 blocks South of C.R. 10O.. 221 Lafayette StmmamaaamfmrnnommmaaamfmassamsamsamaBBmu OWNER WILL FINANCES One acre and Mobile Home with cathedral ceiling

m Union County.
-1 ACRS..2 ACRES..3 ACRES..4ACRES..I 5 acres..6 acres. Owner will
*NEW USTINGi ....utlfullulldlng) Lot Not much clearing required. Close to finance..Suitable for Mobile Home.

Country Club. 123.90 APPROXIMATELY 24.S ACRES with Mobile Home, pond with bridge, wood.,
*40 ACRES Nice pa.lur.land. 3BR Haute, barn cross fenced. 87.90 privacy fence and alto boarded fence on road frontage Union County,Call for
tit POOL Can't beat this 4BR/2BA on 1 1/2 beautiful acret. 93.90 appointment to tee CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133

*$62.400CROSBY LAKE Beautiful lot Can be tubdivlded. 2BR haute, -1 ACRE to 3 ACRES For sale..Owner finance. Owner will alto finance septic

CH/A. 113.90 tank and w.llif buyer qualifies.
ONLY SM.SOOl Will buy this r.mod.l.d haute. N.w CH/A Walk to shopp -2 LOTS for sale across from lake Butler Lake on SR 238. Owner will finance at

ing. 68- MIN 10 percent for 5 y... to qualified buyer.
TOWN Versatile 30 x 60 bldg. plus 4BR/IBA. Have business home com
bination. 122-90 -2 BR BRICK, HOME Block from Hospital with extra large comer lot..CH/A

*2 ACRE BEAUTIFUL LAND Build or put mobile home. 121-90 plus appl.. Seller motivated.

LAWTEY: acret,very unique hou...2 Story. stocked fish pond workshop JANE USHER.REALTOR Accelerated Realty inc.
barn fenced ll 0 46-22 1-SOO-7JT-073 7SS-3SOO :
SALVAGE YARDS Plus used car tales, 4 buildings on 91/2 acret, reported Your Union County Real'tor..lf I Don't Hove It, ,I'll Find Itt
good Income. 11890
CALL STREET lull behind Flynn's Dental office, 144 x 168 lot. Possible 9644544Hwy.
terms. 116-90

) PP.OX. 1*ACRES ....ull'ulland. several pecan trees, stocked fish pond. 301 S. .., .

2 wells, storage building some fencing. This would make beautiful building A Starke. FL
site. 112-90 Broker1 CrM.smut
*FOREST HEIGHTS Building lot on paved street. S35OO. 107.90
*7S x100 LOTS In lakeside. Hills, w/prMledge ot Cearget Lake $1693. 114-90 Thinking of: buying or 6homes
*1 LOTS.ach 7S x 200 on paved road w/priv.to Georges Lake.All three lot. OUTLAW selling? Call usfDavidi. v/Lot vAcwajesFarms JVlitetpnt

7800. 109-90 : "Commercial
.17 ACRES NC.30 Avenue. 42-90 HOMES Home
*' on 3BRI28A CI Family Room '
.U.IIIAHOMII CH/A and ((2)) 30 x 600 chicken houses and 8 acres of land. Your Full Service Real Estate Office and Dishwasher Screened Porch. Garage, 1800 SF, Corner'loTlTS OOfl' s

| This Is a working chicken farm. 36-90 J "" AA"A'A-rromeCB.3M/2BA. CH/A. Stone Fireplace: FamJ:
*PRICE REDUCED. 3BR/1BA en 4 acres W/2BR/1BA M.H. Good ,.ntallncam., ITiU' V Room Laundry Room,10x16 Utility Bldg w/Water 8 Elect, 2.79 Acres s
some owner flnanclnt Lawtey area. 108-90 Dodejcv MS*, CR* falty Kay Cider, MRA.Lucid I, 7500000.
*GOOD STARTER HOMES clot to schools, 3BR/2BA home an Pratt St. Priced ,. GRAHAM .IR/38A Stucco Home Large Family Room w/Flreplace,
| to sell at 33900. 97-90 Florid* Slat* Certified' C. Spry CH/A. Range ..fn.... Dishwasher Inground. Swimming Pool, large
NICE MR/JBA HOMEl With Florida room could easily be made Into a 3BR '.Real Estate Appraiser Oak Tress 3 Acres. 59500. .
I home. In city. By appointment only. 92-90 .Charles- ; Flynn -NEw'IRKK HOME .1./28A. Stove, Refrl, Dishwasher, CH/A. Sun
OWNER NEEDS TO SELL DUE TO ILLNESS 3BR/1BA M.H.: on 2.43 ac., Deck 2240 SF, Garage. Well Septic. | Acre. $' .500.00.

| 26000. 33-90 SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Mick Living Dining. Family
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/2BA 2 acre, 6 yr.. near country club Price reduced (Sppraisfclis:jfgtResidenc 'Farnf, *i Butiniessi Room. CH/A. 2310 SF. Porches. 2.. Apes $87.000. W

[ for quick sale. 89-90 J COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/2 BA Two-Story Home. Well < Septic 1 Acre..
*PRICE REDUCED 4BR/hout en I acre with 200'' frontage on 301. Owner 7ll| $40.000.

highly motivated/will finance. 100-90 LAKE GENEVA 21R1l1A From.. Screened Parchesl4 x 16 Utility Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOMES 199 x 288 fully fenced corner lot, Lawley CH/A, SEVERAL COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES en US 301. Cell for 'late W.II. Septic Large LaI.S2'.9OO.

| fireplace city water,over 1700 tq.ft. Extras. 88.90, FARM HOUSSi3/1 on 10 acres, only 55000. Add'l acarage avail. 6 GRAHAM AREAl 3 BR/2 BA Doublewlde MH. CH/A. Stove 8 Reid, 2 a
*NICE fBR/lBAi home, separate laundry house, 2.3 ac., mostly cleared. OWNER PINANCINOion Crosby Lake Canal, D/W CH/A.rge. ref. 34000. I Acres. $40.000.IOUTHIAST '
I great starter home. 38-90 +LEASE PURCHASE 3BR 2BA. Immed. occu;.,nke area.. 14th T4BR/2BA 1977 SW Mobile Ham w/Addlttons"
BEAUTIFUL M x M, 1 YR OLD D/W. M.H.. 1 acre, CH/A, large covered carport CONNERLY ESTATESBrick 3/2 on 1 acr..ilmmac. cond., landscaped yd. CH/A., Washer Dryer < Deep fr..... 20x20 Work Shop. Fish Pond 2 s
covered front porch assume mortgage, refinance or lease +SR UWiGorgeout D/W. 3/2. CH/A All Appl. 3 1/2 Ac.REDUCED Acres, $23,900.
purchase. 24-90 CONVENIENT FENCED YARD 2 BR. 1 BA. Inexpensive living. a COMMERCIAL PROnRTYl ,
*74 ACRES with 381 home In Lawtey on CR 123, Beautiful fenced patture. *BEST AREA Starke, Brick Over 2000 .,. double garage on 2 large lots WALNUT, min: Two.. .Buildings Suitable for Small Business. For Rent or
*2 YR OLD D/W. M.H..I.S acres, 3BR/2BA CH/A. assumable mortgage for *64 ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Wells. Lease'
qualified buyer. 25-90 *40 ACRESi Heavy timber. Highway frontage, lawtey area. -HWY 301 SOUTHi 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space a
I *BEAUTIFUL HIGH 8 DRY wooded building lots In country club area Owner LAKEFRONTs Fish a Swim. Wend cottage. Fum Sandy beach. HWV 301 NORTH Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home SW Mabll.
finance. 20-9O-89-90 *37 ACRESiw/doublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. Owner Financing. s Ho..... 401<60 :Septic Wells, 3 Acres.
*, FOR RENT Beautiful D/W. M.H., 3BR/2BA Patio 1 1/2 acres, stocked catfish *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS. For Sale to Qualified Buyer EAST CALL STREETROfficeBlldg. For Rent or Lessee. s
[ pond. CH/A secluded off Bayless Hwy. $430. per. mo. By Appointment *NSW-BEAUTIPULi Story, aver 3500 sq. ft. unfinished U.S. 301 S. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*BRICKliCHA., walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. 1 40 ACID Can be purchased In } -Ac.. Tract., Near Lawtev. sB
*LAWTEY AREA Spacious elder home. 3/2 Owner financed. J ACRESi Frontage on Hwy 233.J. .

Call One of Professionally *NON QUAUFYINGl Assumable mtg. 3/1 In town. 34000. .HOME BtDO. LOTS Hwy 16 W. City Water Sewage Owner Financing.
&tttffToday..964'5O69: BEAUTIFUL STORY !brick 8 cedar farm home. ./2 1/2 BA On 36 Acres. 1 HOME BLDO. LOTS. Shady Oak. S/D. Brooker. 1
I Trained .f.AMlIN STARKBi City water and sewer, walk la everything. 10000. FOUR B-ACRE TRACTS Breaker. Hwy. Frantaae. Owner, Financing
J After/ Hour: *Can These Realtor Associates: *LAWTEVt Nice CB 3/1H\ w/4 rental eff. on 1 acre. 6 ,THREE ACRE RIVERFRONT ,LOTS Breaker Owner Financing 1
a *PARM HOUSE t BARNS on:t ac. Good area.Close to Starker REDUCED RVENINOSi
", Irena C.; ulkner..efl4-S14-J ft I STORY CEDAR 3600 sf., 3 BR, 3 BA CH/A, 2 P.PI. rge., refrlg., D/w. Nice Wayne Deogles.H4-''" tin OeM .9N.740i
e Darlene Oodwtn..468-28O3 CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITIi3 BR.CH/A. I3CO SF. I oe. REDUCED Ne....jf "r<>te4-74S4 Bltlq_n.A .964- ,
,,\ e'Warren "Woody cfer.964.9040 *US Ml SOUTH. Large triple wide 3/20t '.5 plus oc. ClaM Inl I

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$250 4 kitchen chairs 425 representative, for Information call references Woody 964-5405 BABYSITTER-Happy 10 month old baby.
antique Bull. Papers,
Ramona at 7823068. 15 SEVERAL LOTS-avoiloblo.HIgh, !<>?. clock $200 8 dining before 7 am after 6 for best Temporarily In NE Gainesville
Chippendale WELDERS; Railcar repair facility needs p.m my good disposition. Provon stud $200 Estates. Mobile homes allowod Own,,,
chairs $1,000. Call 964-2250. welders with mech. In results. TFN 17 home until moving to Keystone. Job o b o. 4730493. 3 t c h g 8.309.13 financing. Starting at $4 000 Plant
ability. Apply
12WHIRLPOOL CHILD CARE: For the working mom. After will continue hero. Will pay traveltime
person Mon.-Fit,8:30: am-4 ,at '-- Realty |1.28426173tchg816.2130MH
pm school .
Washer, like new $150 nights and weekends. For Flexible hours. References LOTS-FOR
Kustom Kar Corp. Industrial TORRENT LEASE wood]
Reynolds acre a
964-2028 12 dependable,good child cars,call 964- 3734254. Itpd8-30
with water
Park Hwy 16 East, Green Cove service, septic tonknec..ory
:38"RIDING LAWN MOWER, 14 hp Kohler 8522. 17 BANDS NEEDED-AND female
Springs, FL 15 LAKE ACCESS or 3BR mobile homes clearing elec.light polp5yer
engine, w/bagger. 3 mo. old. Will finance. JOB HANDYMAN Call AL at 964-4625. bartenders Apply In person ot Cat lease,
OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA; 17 tleman's 4734270. $145/$155 par month. Lake Geneva $3500 $1500 down. $50>
964-2028 12 Lounge ltchgR-30 mo. w/term renewal Forrest Htll, <.
Openings available In several areas, Rentals, 4737566. 6mopd7 90-1-91
CB EQUIP. Cobra base 1 FULl-TIME-Help-abU to relate to
w/300 w/
turner +3 mike & watt meter amp., $450. will train For Info.call: 708-742-8620 ::: f : .U u : ; children 6 months to 12: years. Call MOBILE HOME R or 3BR $145/$155 per area. 473-0208 Itpd8.30HOMES
Rainbow cleaner w/sham- ext 362 15 ,,, .. ". _, 4752132.: Lie.no.030444. 2lchg8-30-9 momth. lake access Lake Geneva

pooer,$500.vacuum CB& Vacuum approx. 1 LOOKING of-town for work.a few Must good have men.Some Drivers out-license :. PP.. Q.RJ; ; J'I\II\ ,S1'' MUSICIANS-Former lead working band seeking LAKE Rentals COTTAGE 473.7566..Prefer 6mopdlo12 retired couple.
yr. old. Like New. Scientific Atlanta guitarist bass player w/lead
A transportation. 782- vocal to and 2BR/1BA screened porch 4733609. FOR SALE
satellite experience play country
system, good working cond.
who called this ad last 2tpd8-23/30 ,
Must sell to move.$850. Call aft,6pm 3267JVnyone STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE 50'.&60's rock & roll. 4732390. Ask for ----------
-964-6320 12 week PLEASE call again as soon as SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Steve ltchgB30LABORER KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mobila homes for 4BR/2BA MH-With addition on 3M A ,.'
NEW Insulated windows,lxed-337/8 x 28 pessl Ie. 15 and models cleaned!, ollod and ad- City of Keystone Heights Is accepting rent. One three BR/2BA One Fireplace, CH/A, Contract for Del
EMERGENCY ROOM Registered Nurse justed $15. New and used sewing 2BR/2BA. Close to schools, shopping
5/8, open3378 x 295/8. Call 473- applications for a laborer at 24700. David Dickinson. 473-76'J
3682 12 7 pm 7 am. Excellent benefits machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan Keystone Airpark. The deadline Is center lots of trees, central A/C and 4tchg8-9-30

DINETTE Table +4 chalrs-$45.00, Baby Competitive salary- Experience pre. Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 September 13, 1990. Call Lynda heal customs, stove and refrigerator. FOR SALE OR RENT.6351 CR352 ;BH
bed-$50,Chestof drawers-$35.00, ferred. Apply at Bradford Hospital, EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch and Roberts, City Clerk or 555 S. Lawrence Call t.904-3886109 after 6 p.m.2Ipd8.30.9.6 House, Central Air, fenced kitrl, n
2 end tables-$15.00.Phone 473-4508 922 E. Call St, Starke, Fl. 32091 care for your Infant in my home. Excellent Blvd. P. O. Box 336, Keystone Heights, equipped 26900. or$250. pormomli,' ,
12TWO \(15 04)964-6000 ext, 346. EOE. references. 964-3521. FL 32656. ((904)) 473-4807.Itchg8-30 APT. ON SANTA FE-Lake. CH/A, 711 1-751-0253.2tpd8123.30
17MOBILE sq.tt.IBR C21B.$350amo.
wood Drop-leaf tables, 1-Duncan "ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start HOME' REPAIRS Interior & Call.475.2471 or 473-3//2 2lpdtt-30/9-6 GATORBONE, LAKE COTTAGE on -
acres 69000. 698 4 M-i
Phyla,numerous chairs,coffee tables, $11.41/hrl For application Info. call Exterior Windows, doors, floors NOTICE 2BR/28A-Hom. on quiet street stove. 3tpdu/309/6-l3 -
end tables, misc. Call 964-6362 ask 602-838-8885 Ext M-3493,6 am10pm. ref rig w/icemoker fenced 1
for (1) counters, painting, roof coating, Skirt backyard 3BR/I'/.BA-Moblle home on 100x140 lot
Peqgy 12 7 days.' 15"ATTENTION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be. sub- car attached boat shelter out
( .. ." ... '.... .... : EASY WORK EXCEL- ing.pay Free after Estimates.the work is Rsmembor-You done-not before. milled to the Lake Region Monitor office side storage garage$495 per month $495 473.4436.ltpd8.30Classofjeds New septic tank Lake Geneva. $8rn'! ('

; i LENT PAYI Assemble products at Call 9648961. 17 In writing and paid In advance. damage, deposit, 473-0723. ItchgB-30
fJ5: ( ) [ ) .ij/rl
home. Details((1))602-838-8885 Ext PAINTING and PRESSURE washing.Free unless credit Is already established FURNISHED ft. travel trailer with roof

:. ., ..... .. .. ___ I W-17283" 15 Estimates.Mike Cole after 5pm. with this office.MONITOR air. electric & water Included older .',
THE CITY OF LAWTEY Is now accepting 964-4111. 17 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD single or couple. Non-smoker preferred -
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities application for certified water plant WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN $175 first and last months rent.
paid. From $37.50 up weekly. operator,must have a Class C Operator repair, all makes and models. Lifelong CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER I 661-2908. 2tpd83096 I
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St license. Please contact Lawtey resident with many years experi- THE TELEPHONE. 30 FT. CAMPER Singles preferred A/C
Starke, in front of Post Office. City Hall 904-782-3454.office hours ence. Call Collier at 964-6529. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday cable full bath ref. Everything turn
13HALF from 9:00: to 8.30: Thursday hours 17 prior to Thursday's publication. except cooking gas. $250/mo Get Results! i
ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for from 9:00: to 12:00.: 15 SPECIALIZING. In roof repair refoofing Minimum charge I.$3.50 lor 15 words, $50/dop 4732667 4tchg8-30.9-20 i.J I iI
rent. Close to prison. Call 4681323. DEMONSTATOR WANTED: Depend- and leaks, Call 9643511. 17 then 15 cents for oarh additional word. RENT OR SELL Triple.wide on Deer. SprIngs .J
TFN 13 able, well dressed Individual to do WILL WATCH small children in my home. If bills are mailed out there will be a Lake 4732252. 1lpd8-30
MOBILE HOMES FORWENT: : 2 and 3 demonstatlng in grocery stores In Barbara Lee. 964-3676. 17 $3.00 billing charge.
MOBILE HOME, clean, quiet, 3BR 2BA,
Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- Starke and surrounding areas. Call PAINTER, residential, Prof. work. Free Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171
$280, 2BR. 2BA,
couplos preferred.
6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13 904-944-9793 15 Estimates. 468-1666. 17 Keystone Hts., FL 32656
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile ATTENTION: Earn money watching TV) QUALITY SEWING with an eye for per $260. No Pots 473-3014. 13 i KEYSTONE
from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN 32000yr.Income potential. Details. fectlonl! Full service for all your cloth- WHY RENT? Homos for $1 00, repos
(1)602) -838-8885 Ext. TV-17283 ing needs. Call 964-4757. If no an- Govt givo nway programsl For infor-
3 BR 1 1/2 BATH MOBILE HOME. Air swer leave message for Carol. CARS mation 504-649.0670 Ext. R-9579 VILLAGE
heat, stove, ., Unfurnished ATTENTION Earn 13
refrlg carpet : money typing hornet! 17PRESSURE ---

.On private lot with shade trees 32.000/yr Income potential. Details WASHING: Houses, sidewalks teal GRAND PRIX.Diesel, PS PB, AC, .. APARTMENTSKeystone
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on Griffis Loop.$250 month and$150 ((1) 838-8885 Ext T-3493.15 driveways, trailers roofs and AM/FM cassette. $1400 obo. 1977 LTD-
security deposit Leave message or ATTENTION:Earn money reading books! roof repairs. Call 964-6341. Terry AC PS. PB. $1000 obo. 473.2278. SERVICES
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call after 6 p.m. 964-2999.NO pets of $32,000Iyr.lncome potential. Details. Parks. TFN 17 Itchg8-30 Heights Florida
_waterbeds. 13 ((1)) 838-8885 Ext Bk 17283. CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-We Train Watson
Mobile Home ROOF COATING. Special 68 FORD TRUCK low gear rear end,
CLEAN, 2BR Apt. stove, ref., $50.00 $78.95. -Kool Seal"while or aluminum good chrome bumpers. $75. Ford 390 Really Corp. 473-4816 chg8/30 tfn
weekly, plus dep. No Pets. Call 964- HOSPITAL JOB:$6.BGVhr,your area. No applied to your Single Wideany molar runs good. $200. 473 2279. GENERAL HOME-Repairs, plumbing o
6232 13 exp necessary. For Info call 1-900- size. Call now 964-8961 17 1 Ilchg8.30 roofing carpentry heat & air cond..
2BR House in desirable neighborhood, 226-9399 17996am-8pm 7days. "ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start painting. doors, locks. sewers &
$12.95 phone fee. 15 drains. 473-2S72tpd8 30 96. 1 & 2 BR Apts.
large shady yard. Single person or $11.41/hr. application info call((1)) -----
Call BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited 1976, Ext. M-17283 SALE
couple. 964-7872. 13 602-838-8885. 6am FOR BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE From $260/Mo.
3BR, 2Ba Doublewlde Mobile Home on Attorney Instructed,Home Study,Fin. 10pm. 7 days." 20 :
Griffis Loop. Unfurnished except for Aid Free Catalog, SCI 1-800-669- OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Be your own SHP PRESSURE WASHER-like new 1700 prices Soptic, tank also drain pumpouts line repairs at reasonable Starke..
stove & ref. Front back decks and 2555. 15 boss. Become a Wausau homes PSI $42500. Honda Moped excellent 964-8121. TFN 17 Sorry, No Pets
shed. First, last plus deposit. 964- CRUISE SHIP JOBS: Hiring. Summeryr.round. dealer. Investment secured by model. condition $200.00 473.3752. FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR _
8816 13 $300/$900 wkly. Photogra- Unlimited Income potential. Dealership 2lchg8/23-30 LJ
ONE Mobile Home Lotfor single or double phers, tour guides casino workers, available In your area. Call for SATELLITE SYSTEM.repossessed due to LEVEL DRAGGINHOUSE?? LaRue Leveling OUT Service OF for L4733682Corbett's
wide on Griffis Loop. 964-8816 deck hands. Hawaii, Carribean, Sa- Information. ((813)) 676-9390 divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing all your foundation repairs. 473-7721.
hamas. Call! 1-2-6-738-7000 Ext 20WHY
down. $39/mo. 12721031. TFN 17..
BEDROOM APARTMENT: AC & 3314N4 15 RENT? Homes for $1.00, repos. 2tchg8/23.30
Ceiling fans. Bradford Village Apts., CHRISTIAN nurse and mother will pro Gov't give away programsl! For information SATELITE! SYSTEM-liko new 6 mo. old
Walled patio, off-street parking. vide loving child care In my Starke -504-649-0670 Ext. R-9579 with scrambler Nothing down.

I $245.00. Call 964-8601. .1,3. .... home. Educational Experienced.pre-school 964-2218 envtronment 13PAINTER, residential, Prof. work, Free S49/mo, 1 1272.1018 2trhg8/23 30 : Custom
MH WITH LG-built on FL room, new 200
WHY ttpriffkoa WeldingFabrication
PAY.RENIT-T rrlflc .3., 15 .- Estimates.
468-16,66.\ ,17
,.BR block-,wHi ,13x24: unflrit hed fgmjlyr -, ",.. Amp service. CH/A, 4 Inch well on :2
'" 'the I of 'ha'an opening'lor .fET$50.8ONUSIusttprglvfnpuep/ try. acres cleared' large oaks, very privateon
toom. Access to Lok. Crystal. $25 annual City Starke the Christmas Around The World. Free
fee Includes a boat ramp. Reduced position of Laborer In the Street De- kit, free training No investment. Call 2tpd9/23-30 small lake $26,500 OBO. 661-2908, & Repair
to $49,300. Watson Realty Corp. partment. Minimum requirements are, 496-3248. 20
FURNISHEO-22 ft. travel trailer with roof
REALTORS, 4734816. Uchg8-30 graduation from an approved high Aluminum i Welding
school G.E.D. and hold ttrrt ttrtstewt.rertwtsar. .. air. Electric and water Included. Oldersingle
or must a H< "' ""'N' .
OFFICE RENTALS: Several offices now current, valid State of Florida Chauf- I ED'SAPPLIANCE: or couple. Non-smoker prefer. Plasma Cutting
available in the Crosley Corporations feurs License. Applications will be red. $175.00 first and last 661-2908
office building. 7 miles south of Starke, received until 5:00: PM Friday Sep PARTS&: SERVICE: 2tpdBa 23-30 lortablc'Vclding
Hwy 301. 468-1150. 13 tember7, 1990.Apply at the City Hall, }.i.t ;:;>"' s" ', 86 HONDA 200SX-four wheeler,
ACLF home 24 hr.day care semi private City of Starke. Personnel Office, 209N. w/r verse $700.00 negotiable.
room&downstairs apt for rent Pleas- Thomson Street Starke, Fla. }' Rec ttdtti6n) ;:d Used Washers. 473.7073 1 tchgaa 30 964-8859 Gary Corbett 16 west to Crawford Rd.

ant Valley Care Center, 964-4546. 15MATURE f<.w.dryers rj-:Refrigerators_ Freezers j <1 SEARS LIFESTYLE-Rowing machine $50.
13 PERSON for part-time office ProTrac Treadmill $80. 4733666.

3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A, carport, garage. Cor- work.Apply in person.Fantasy Wood, TreasuresBricABrac 2tchg8.30-9-6 YiYaYaYaYaY Y Y Ya Y:1 Yw'::fieaYs; f YaYaYif faYa f YaYa faY>! f: aYa'1 "AYaYa1aY;
ner lot, fenced yard, excel neighbor- Lawtey. 15 Yesterdays
hood. Paddle fans all appliances. BOOKKEEPER:Basic Accounting&com- --- -- ------- JK

Lease/Option, $500. per mo. 964- puter knowledge. 'Call Denmark Used Furniture U-PICK
7403.13 Furniture- 964-5828. 15 Bedding Something For All -------------
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY FOR SALE:3 BR. 1 1/2 BA,den with fire- GRAPES.Dark and light large and TREE AND STUMP
WATER SEWER,CABLE TV 2 BR place, screened frontporch, large 310 E. Call Street 964-2966 sweet Open ovary day from 7 a.m. to
1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 deck. Carpet Large lot 964-6499. 6 p.m. Lilly's Vineyard Coral Farms. REMOVAL
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY TFN 16ASSUMABLE We Buy Used Furniture, Road Florahome Telephone 659-2121,

# WAVER, SEWER, CABLE TV. 964- ,NE/NO LOan 3 Bedrooms, Dishes, Etc. 4tchg8.9.30
'" 7498 TFN 13 2 Baths, Nice Starke Sub., 2+ acres.
FURNISHED 2 BR Mobile Home, CH/A, Owner transfered, MUST SELL Call
$350. mo. + dep. No Pets. 964-3595 964-4106, No agents please. i e

ROOMS 13 FOR WORKING PEOPLE. Air FOR 18 SALE: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA, CB House i Cl1iFOR';:SALE I ; L 964-9300

conditioned. South of Starke on 301. LR, DR FR w/fireplace, Fenced yars. I-
No prices over phone. 964-5687. Barn w/elec. 964-5647. 16 wa :Fill Pirt ;Top Soil .
13 5 AC.Ranchette w/newcustom built 38R, ,
1 BEDROOM APT., 2nd Floor, stove & 2BA Brick Home. 2 car garage, fireplace
ref rig., No Pets,$50.perwk.Call 964- $87,000. Call Trevor, Century Large or Small Loads of Limerock

8498. 13 21 Showcase Property-Broker. 473- Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW THERE IS A
TRAILER for Rent: Near Graham nice 4903. 16COUNTRY INCOME
place In the country. $250. mo. plus CLUB ESTATES. 3BR/2BA.
$150. dep. on lights & security / or Brick,4 yrs.,deep well,fireplace, split 964-6102; .'. 964-5823 964.6095 : PERSON...
$65. per week. 465-1371. BR. Screened porch, 1986 sq. ft., 2
WHY RENT? Homes for $1.00, repos. car garage, $99,500., 1-384-1601 or YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A SUBSIDIZED LOAN FORA
Gov't give away programs) For Information 964-9746. 16 NEW HOME WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT. ONLY
-504-649-0670) Ext R-9579 ATTENTION: government homes from MONEY NEEDED IS FOR THE CLOSING COST.
13TRAILER w $1 (U-Repairl) Delinquent tax prop-
SPACE: Call 964-7895 erty. Repossessions. Call ((1)) 602- WESTSTiR Environmental

from WalMart No Pets. 964-8810. I, .ER'S' N WATER FOR AS LITTLE AS $130.00 PER MONTH...
133BR I Pumping and Septic Service, Inc.

2 ac. lot. Between Lake Butler & New Installations Repairs, Restaurant Grease 378-3783 or 1-800-812-8912.
Raiford. $275. mo. 498-1403 or 496- WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSI- QUALIFY.
2418.13 NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S Traps Pumped Residential PumpOutsState

OURSI) Alcoholic Anonymous, 964- FLORIDA U.S.A REALTY
3619. 964-4I5O, 964-8614. 17
j State Licensed & 964-5008 Bus.
PAINTING: Any trailer, w/palnt and one INVESTMENT INC.
State Lie. #90-0911
'H .tp. :WA. t.EP; j.
1 color 17DIVORCES, $120. Woody, 964-5405. State Auth. #039 7-90 5383120MobilSENIOR
,$95-$150: WILLS,$35-$50;
LICENSED cosmetologist wanted. Busy DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERV-

salon, 7 chair shop. 1 chair available, ICES VAI4 8LE.Call Bradford Sec ..............,
964-4151 or 964-4645. TFNWATKINS retarial Sejfces. Inc., 964-2700. tfn 1ie

15 PRODUCT Dealers Wanted; BABYSITTING 17 In my home: 2 hot meals A heat pump I "lf

You need to make extra money, we w/snacks. Weekdays 6 am to 6 pm. REGISTERED NURSEMINIMUM
have a business opportunity for you. Have trampoline, swing set&fencedinyard. !
For Information, call collect 904-782- 964-6341 ask for Debby. feel
3068.15 71 QUALIFICATIONS: Fl. Licensure as a anyone / .!ijp"1comfortable /

experience.professional registered nurse and one year ;

SALARY: Based on credentials and experience .; ; .

864 N.Temple Ave., Starke negotiable up to $3O.OOO annually. (Benefit / ..t;_,_ t
Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 Package Worth Over $8,000) with / '. ;' _'-'

Well Drilling Successful candidate will be eligible for all Fl. .... .... .......
career service benefits Including state ._ Buy the Teas XL1300 hest pump.
[Residential & Irrigation contributions to health Insurance and It's bound to provide a long-Luting .
10 sick feeling" comfort Because the XL;
retirement 13 paid vacation days, paid
''Nte 1200 Wcathertron hot pump Is backed by an exclusive manufacturers year
days, 10 paid holidays, deferred compensationplan limited wananly on both the compmNlOr sad coil, plus 2 years on partP. And
Systems I CEU's and In-service training. '.ml"I the unU's super high efllclency helpa reduce your energy usage aU,ear long
.. .. .CaD today for more details on the XL t200 heal pump. financing Ia awUable.

Send completed Fla. State Application to: R. Nate

PumpSales Holton Personnel Manager New River COWARTAir
& Correctional Institution. Post Office Box 333. _

Raiford. Florida 32083-0333.
Service On Conditioning Contractors

9644061 Preference Shall be given to certain veterans and CACO37629
All Makes spouses of veterans. EOE-M/F. P.O. RR7S23 Serving Bradford County and I I 984-8025
surrounding counties over 15 year.

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REPAIR SERVICI. Buy some, tell torn, VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes land Use Plan Element and SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED. COURT Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
trod.'10m., fix torn. 4962090. 4tpd. Corvettes, Chevy. Surplus A9127.BuyersGuide. Mop by Bradford County Florida In accordance Publication of this Notice hat begunon BRADFORD CIRCUIT COUNTY FLORIDA. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
4/12-4/26. then TFN. 1-6028388885 Ext. and RobertW.
with th. local Government August 30th, 1990. undersigned, Irene Acaila
TRAILER HITCH for full size truck. Call 2tpd. B/30 9/7. Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Russell Crosby, Jr. Boyer. P.O. .Box. 663. Starke, Florida
VRL Automatic CASE B6-352.A
1974 FORD LTD 351-2 NO.
964,879) asK for Jason TFN. provided for In Chapter 163 of the 6 Ridge Place : 33091. joint owners, doing businessunder
P.S. Brakes. Looks runs great
STEEL DOCeOX) for full size truck. Dou-
Florida Statutes the firm name of Silver Strand Industries
Call .31.13-47.2Ichr9. 8/30,917. __ Morgantown Virginia 26505 FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF
bl. at
doors Swivel teat Call Jason
TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other 1.4 miles south of Stark, Hwy
964-8791.. TFN. MOBILE HOMES Interested FLORIDAa national banking association 301 Intends to register laid fictitious
persons. Marshall
Crosby I
Martin'sFruit at
You and each of You are hereby and name under the aforesaid statute.
52O6NW 33rd Terrace
Farm. Ft. While Closed Sunday. FOR SALE successor by merger to Florida National
4972621. herewith given notice In accordance > .:Gainesville, Florida 32607 Dated this 1 day of August. A.D. 1990In

CREPt MYRTLI- NOW BLOOMING Red PUBLIC NOTICE N.F. Hou.lng has purchased with Florida Statutes that the Board of ., .Bank-Stark. It'adford'Caunty. B094tpdS30 .

Whit, Pink and Whit.. At Martins the Global Sales Lot In Lake City County Commissioners of Bradford Anna Ruth Johnson PlantlH .
also have All new homes In stock are to be County Florida have designated the
Fruit Farm. Ft. White We 431 North Broadway Street .....
fruit plants 497.2621 Closed Sunday. sold al huge discounts Some way Bradford County Zoning and Planning, Stark, Florida 33091 SAMPSON LAKE FARMS, INC., etc., UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
5t hrg. 8/2 8/30. below wholtol. First come First Board to conduct a public hearing at a .t al. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

WHY PAY RENT Homes from $1. Bank serve. Basic financing available regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the Wanda Crews JACKSONVILLE DIVISION

repossed TOM Delinquent prop.rti.s.Repos Dealers Welcome. Call Ken ot Council Room Stark. City Hall Starke., ". 1030 Butler Rood DefendantsNOTICE OF SALE > .
Gov't Giveaway programs, Current 9047555207. llchrg. 8/30. Florida on Monday, September ,17.. Storke, Florida 32091 Court No. 90-251-Clv-J-14
Notice It hereby given that, pursuantto
RENT 3 bedroom :2 bath UNITED
listing) TOLL FREE 1.800.835-22 FOR SALE OR 1990 and make a recommendation to i STATES OF AMERICA
l mobile hum. (doublewlde) on 2 acres. .. a Consent Final Judgment of Plaintiff
Ext. 129 Call 24 hrs.l Itpd. 8/30 the and the ,
County Commissioners: .'
Call Raiford area. Possible owner financing .. Mary Alice Stanley Foreclosure'entered' 1ft. th* obove- VS.THOMAS.
Board will consider W.dn.sdav.Seplemb.r ,
96.2659.lIpd.' 830.PERSONAL. to qualified buyers Call 31.171.. after on 3041 Detroit Circlet captioned action I will sell the propertysituated L. JONES and I
the Commit.
19 1790 at
Jacksonville, Florida) 32205 In Bradford describedIn
5 o.m. 2tchro. 8/30 9.. County ANNIE MAE JONES I
honors Room of the Bradford County Exhibit "A" al. public tale, to the
SERVICESWELL FOR RENT Courthouse Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m. ,,
ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONERS highest and best bidder for cash at the NOTICE OF SALE
an Ordinance relating to: ,JAMES R. FlYNN ESQUIRE Bradford County Courthouse In Starke,
RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160.$200 The of the following described Notice Is hereby given that pursuant I
Oar. rezoning 409 Watt Georgia Street Florida at 11:00 6,
DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS : a.m. on September to Default entered
a Judgment
monthly Security deposit r.qu..dSid' July
and amending the I
property Storks Florida 32091Telephone
Well) and Tank Inc 1990.
man Septic
35 1990 by 'the above entitled Court In '
Park behind SSS 6tpd. 7/26, 8/30
Inch water wells. Pumpssales, service prehensive Land Use Plan to providethat No. t ((904)) 964.4667 Doled Ihlt 6 day of August 1990. the above the
2 BED 1 BATH In WORTHINGTON SPRINGS styled cause, undersigned
zoned OR and
Installation septic tanks, 1 lift, land currently Florida Bar ID No.: 0242871 Ray Norman
AREA $220 month First and United States Marshal or of his duly
per any
Installation, dromfield designated by the plan at Open Rural be
stationsNew B302tchg96ORDINANCE Clerk of the
Circuit Court
last months rent. 904 496' 2995. 4tpd In., authorized deputies will sell the property
repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeler) rezoned to ILW and designated By: Carol Williams
8/30. 9/20.
situate In Bradford Florida
Jones.273-2004- Janet2752716. dustrial. Light & Warehousing the property County
TWO 2 BED MOBILE HOMES In residential NO.J92-A Deputy Clerk described as:
After 6pmState licented- work of Vernie P. Odom described as
guarenteed- estimates. 1/25 5'pd. area. Central heat and air. $180 follows: Parcel No. 047600-00000, In AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING COM- Parcel EXHIBIT"A" lot Six Block I, Shady Oaks Subdivision ).
2/22 thentfn per month plus $100 security dep. Callnlg"t. PREHENSIVE GUIDELINES TO PREVENT I as per plat 'thereof recorded in Plat
HOUSE PAINTING old and new Inside and weekends. 496.3452. I Ipd Section /, Township 7, Range from 22 East DAMAGE TO UNDERGROUND PIPE LINES A tract of 'land situated In the South '/ Book 3, Page 29 of the Public Records of
and outside, pressure cleaning C. 8/30 .__.._ Located 301 across Crosley BY EXCAVATION. of Fractional Section 33 Township 6 S. Bradford County Florida

Drlggert Painting Call 373.7694. Free NOTICE Manufacturing. that WHEREAS the Florida Public Service Rang 21 E, and In Fractional Section 4. at public outcry to the highest and best
You further NOTICE a
are given Township 7 S. Rang 21 E, said tract being
Estimates. Commission requires the City of Stark bidder for cash ot the hour of 12:00
of said proposed ORDINANCE Is
ADVERTISING should be copy more particularly described as o'clock Noon 1990
CLASSIFIED submitted to establish a comprehensive written on September 26 at
the office
available for Inspection at follows
to the, Union County Times office your plan to damage to underground : the front door entrance of the Bradfrod
and Plann prevent
of the Director of Zoning
In writing and paid In advance Commence at a concrete monument at County Courthouse at Slarke, Florida.
lines excavation.BE
ing. City Hall Thompson Street Stark., pipe the NW corner of Fractional Section 4.
unless credit Is already establishedwith IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COM Dated: August 9. 1990.
this office, Florida and run N 89 97 06" E along the North Richard L. Cox, Jr.
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT JOBS YOUR THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT 8E HELD Each and every person having any Interest line of said Fractional Section 4. a United States Marshall

AREAI 517,840.$69,485.' Call ((1)) RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN whatever In the enactment of this follows: distance of 251.43 feet to the Ely ROW Middle District of Florida

6028308885, ext R.9127.3lpd. 8/30, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER proposed ORDINANCE should appear Section 1. Notice. All companiesandor line of County Road No. C-229 thencerun
and be heard the, time and their contractors who plan to excavate
9/13 THE TELEPHONE. at place SE'ly along told ROW line with a
ATTENTION POSTAL JOBS I Start Classified deadline Is MONDAY S prescribed. within the city limits or adjacent curve concave NE'ly told curve having a
Ralph J. Lee
$11.4)/hour. Fort application Info call P.M., prior to Thursday publication Board of BRADFORD COUNTY properly must notify the City of Stark at central angle of 2535'S4". a radius of
Assistant' United States
((1)I) 6028388885. Ext. M.9127. 6 Minimum charge is 1 15 words for $3.50. COMMISSIONERS forty-elght(48)(. ) hours In advance of planned 2314.79. feet an arc length of 1257.57 Attorney

a.m..IO p.m? 7 days 3tpd 8/30 9/13. then 15 cents for each word thereafter Bradford County Florida excavation. feet and a chord bearing and distance of 8234tchg9l3
ATTENTION EASY WORK EXCELLENT IIchg 8/30 Section 2. Utilities Director. All companies
S 33'53'47'E. 1247.14" feet to Slate Road
PAYI! Assemble products at home. YARD SALE P.O. Number 4264' or contractors who plan to excavate Department ROW marker and POI
Details. ((1)) 2.838-8895 Ext. W9127. must ascertain from the Utilities IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
3tpd. 83013 6 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 5 miles out on Director which of any city utilities. are thence run NW'ly along said Ely ROW BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING 121. 1st paved rd. to the right. mile STATE OF FLORIDA Involved prior to the time for excava line with a curve concave NEly said PROBATE DIVISION

BOOKSI $32.000/yr. Income potential. out. 1st mobile home on right, 7:311a DEPARTMENT OF curve having a central angle of05'0e'04" Case No.: 90-4-CP.

Details. 1.602.838.8885 Ext. BK 9127. .m. til... Itpd. 8/30. ENVIRONMENTALREGULATION tion.Section 3. Blasting. Blasting will not be a radius of 2814.78 feel an File Number 1-4. ,1.10
arc length of 252.23 feet and a chord
3tpd. 8/30 9/13.
allowed within the limits within Division
WORK FROM HOME $60 per 100 preparing REWARDSUBSTANCIAL city bearing a distance of N 44. .07. 2"W. I I
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONThe hundred of mains.
one ((100)) yards utility
send addressed 252.16 feel thence leave said ROW line
mall. Information stamp ;
Deportment announces receipt of Section 4.. City Utilities. All Involved city IN liE: ESTATE OF
REWARD for the'
return of and 431816" 369.00 feet
stamp to K.S. Enterprises P.O. run E. ;
application for a permit from Florida utilities. will be located and marked CHARLES DANIEL DOBBS
Olan Howells Wallet Lake Butler
Box 5157-XXW Hillside NJ 07205. Stpd. thence run N 641 18'16" E. 675.00 feet,
Department of Corrections (File stakes.Section Deceased
8/30 9/27. tpd. 8/30. flags or thence run N 31'I816" E. 384.66 feel to a
Number: 041850022)) to Install a 9. Gas lines. All uncoveredgas PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATIONFlorida
In the line of feet
point center a 100.00
wastewater effluent outfall pipe and lines will be Inspected by the city to Cloy Electric Co-op Inc. ROW easementfor ( Resident Without Will-Single

Help WantedPOSITIONADMINISTRATIVE construct a sand-cement bag headwall determine If damage hat occured before Power Transmission recorded In Petitioner)
with a splash pad. The site Is located on back filling. The petitioner Phyllis Jean Dobbs,
Misc. Book 19, page 191 of the Public
the New River at the Florida State Prisonoff The
SECRETARYTo Section 6. Public Notice. public alleges:
Records of sold County; 'thence run S
State Rood No. 16 In Bradford County will be notified periodically through the 1. Petitioner has an Interest In the

Section 15 Township 5 South, Range local newspaper of excavation Or 38"56'44": C, along sold easement above estate as surviving spouse of the i
clerical' seal,and public relations duties In a high paced service centerline feel '
provide 21 East, Raiford Florida. dlnance. In addition copies' of such 650.00 more or lets to the decedent.
organization Duties will Include: typing phone.light bookkeeping and dealing This Centerline run of The Sampson River
application Is being processedand notice will be given with each building ; Petitioner's nom. and address arePhvllisfean
with the public. Were looking for an energetic organized people person who .. thence run SWIy along sold centerline '
Is available for public Inspection : Dobb.t! outs f; Box 458.A'
,:'permif whet applicable.- (
wants to expand her career. Qualifications: two years In the field..ometralnlnge.parlenee ) :' "
1350.00 feet less nchh.
during normal business hours 8:00 o.fn. Section 7. companies and Contractors. more or ,IhsiJEly: Lawts Jorida 'SSOSS., nom.
In fiscal management college a plus. to 5.00 ROW line of said County Road No.,C-235 ''and"cdd i nGr'.'
We provide: excellent salary. weeks vacation retirement and free medical/life p.m. Monday through Friday All companies must notify their contractors iss of p'elm attorney areas
Insurance. expcpt legal holidays, at the Department of the requirements of this or. end a point earing.S; 464V44"' E. from set forth at the end of this petition

Send Resume To: Bob Larimer. Executive Director Sunshine Industries 1 of Environmental ,Regulation, dinance. the POI: thence leave said centerline 2. Decedent Charles Daniel Dobbs,

P.O. Box 509 Wetland Resource Management Section Section 8. Violations and Penalties. A and run N 464144". W. along said E'ly whose last known address was Route 1 I.

Starke FL 32091 Suite B.2000, 7825 Baymeadows Way, violation{ of this Ordinance shall be ROW 325.00 feet more or less to the Box 458A' Lawtey Florida 32058 and if

964-7699 Jacksonville, Florida. deemed a second degree misdemeanor. POB. Sublect to on easement ot Cloy' known whose age was 22, and whose ,

8/301tchg Any person who violates any of the provisions Electric Co-op Inc. for power ROW across social security number Is 589.01.5910 !

-..---. . -.. of this Ordinance shall upon convlcltlon the Ely 50.00 feet of the above decrlfaed. died on September 25 1989 at Jacksonville ,

be subject to a fine not exceeding tract. Florida and at the time of death
five hundred ((500)) dollars or Imprisonment Parcel 2 decedent woo domiciled In Bradford
JUDICIAL CORCUIT IN AND FOR for a term not exceeding sixty A parcel of land lying In Sections 32 and County Florida

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ((60)) days, or both. Each day such offense 33. Township 6 South Rang. 21 East 3. So for as Is known the names or the
u t r Case NO 90-77CP and In Fractional Section 4. Township 7 .
( t continues, after written, notice,. beneficiaries of this estate, their addresses
FILE NO.: 14206IN South Range 21 East, being bounded on
shall be deemed a separate offense.. and relationships to decedentand
RE The Estate of 'the North by 'the North line of the South
the of who minors
PASSED THIS 17TH DAY OF May 1983. ages any are are
-9'9 DOWN '$35 PER WEEK FLOYD Deceased.NOTICE R. CROSBY. by the City Commission of .the City of >/> of Section 33; bounded on the West by NAME Phyllis Jean Dobbs

Starke, Florida. the Sampson City County Graded Rood ADDRESS: Route 1 Box 458A' lawl.v.Florida ,
78 Toyota Celica OF ADMINISTRATION Vernon Sllcox on the South-west by State Road No. 32050RELATIONSHIP
1495 Th. administration of the ..tate.of the East Lake and
22S on by Sampson
#3423 and : wife
4 cyl. 5 sp. Trans. Chairman City Commission Mayor
FLOYD R. CROSBY deceasedFile No. the the
on South by Sampson River
78 Dodge D-100 P/U 1..206.. Is pending In the Circuit Court for Nell Tucker LESS AND EXCEPT; all existing roads NAME: Hollie Ellcla Dobbs
$1495 Bradford County Florida Probate Division and Rights of Ways. Said lands containing
6 Cyl. SWB AT #3510 Clerk ADDRESS: Route I. Box 458A lawtey
the address of which It Bradford / Itchg 237 acres, more or lets, ore located Florida 32058RELATIONSHIP

67 Ford F-1OO P/U County Courthouse, Stork., Florida, PO4485 In Bradford County. Florida. : DaughterAGE
$995 and address of the -
V8 LWB Stan. Trans. #3462 32091. The name p. (BIRTH DATE IF MINOR): 12/28/86

sonal representative and of the personalrepresentative's .... Venue of this proceeding Is In this

'81 Mercury Cougar 1495 attorney are set forth NOTICEAPPLICATION county because decedent was domiciled

6 cvl. AT PS PB AC # 3509 below FOR REZONING PUBLIC NOTICE here at the time of death.
Interested are required tofile Arthur R. Arvorei has mad application
persons RON DENMARK MINI-STORAGE will 5. Phyllis Jean Dobbt whose address Is
;: DOWNf$4O PER WEEK with the Court WITHIN THREE MON Bradford *
$199 to the County Zoning
Route 1 Box
hold a public sale of Bin No, 38 belonging I. "'458A lowtey
THS FROM THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCA- Planning Deportment for reclassification and who under the
to JAMES A. TYLER Jr. who's last 32058 Is qualified
78 Plymouth Volare TION OF THIS NOTICE of the described below from EA
property known address Is Lawtey Florida. laws of the Stat of Florida to serve. as
6 cyl. AT PS PB AC #3479 $1695 ((1))all claims against th.estate and ((2)) to OR: Said Sale will take place' at 2117 North personal representative of decedent

any objection by any Interested person ONE ACRE OUT OF No. 02007-0-00000 Temple Ave., Starke, Florida 32091 estate Is entitled to preference in appointment

83 Ford Escort $1995 to whom notice was mailed that In Section 6 Township 6 I., Range 22 E. Saturday, September 8, 1990, at 9:00 as personal representative

4 cyl. AT PS PB AC # 3502 challenges the validity of the will, the located 16 West (fust West of Morgan Rd. o.m.. because she Is the surviving. spouse of

qualifications of the personal representative on left.. 8232tchg830IN the decedent

82 Plymouth Reliant S/W$1 QQIX venue or jurisdiction of the Court. This proposed request for a change In 6. The nature and approximate value of

4 cvl. AT PS PB AC # 3481 JL57v7J classification It subject ot a public hear the assets In this estate ore:

ing to be held before Bradford County Wrongful death action value

8O Ford Mustang $1695 Zoning Board on Monday Sept. 17. 1990 THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH unknown

6 Cyl. AT. PS.PB. AC #3468 AFFORDABLE! at 7:00 P.M. In the Council Room of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Personal effects: 100.00

Stark .City Hall 209 N. Thompson BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 7. After the exercise of reasonable

F$299 :DOWNti$40"PER ;WEEK T.H.EeAPARTMENTS Sweet. Stork. Florida: The Zoning Case NO: 90-75-CP ((1-4204). ) diligence, petitioner Is unaware of any

Board will make a recommendation to of unrevoked wills or codicils of decedent,
IN RE:,The Estate'
81 Chevy Malibu the.lrocIford County Commission who JANNIE CHRISTINE PATRICK. 8. .Petitioner requests" that no bond be

4 Cyl.AT. PS.PB.AC #3502 2495 will take final action on this application Deceased. required at this Inasmuch as the estate's

922 Brownlee at their regularly scheduled meeting on NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe only substantial asset Is a wrongful
81 Corolla E. St. Wednesday, Sept. 19 1990 at 7:30: PM.. administration of the estate of death action of unknown value.Petitioner .

4 Cyl.Toyota 2695 Camp Blanding Rd.' In the Commissioners, Room of Bradford JANNIE CHRISTINE PATRICK, deceased requests,(hot she, Phyllis

Starke. FL 32091" ;: County Courthouse, 949" North Temple Case No.90-75-CP ((1-4204). )', I. pending In Jean Dobbs be appointed personal

84 Dodge Charger 964-713a Avenue, Stark. Florida. the Circuit Court for Bradford County representative of the estate of the dece

4 C $2695 Those 'persons, groups or agencies Florida probate Division the address of dent.

2 & 3 BR family oriented with who hove Interest In property adjacent which It Bradford County Courthouse, Under penalties of perjury I declare

81 Olds Delta 88 2495 laundry & large playground.FREE to or In dot proximity to the proposed Stark, Florida 32091. The name and that I have read the foregoing and th.

V8. AT.PS.PB.AC #3459 site or who "hove other evidence to present address of the personal representativeand facts alleged ore true to the best of my
Electricity tint month. should and he heard at the
appear representative's attorney knowledge and belief.
of the personal

f$499DOWN$40'}: ] [ PER" WEEK Rent you quality.30% of your monthly IncomeIf r times wishes and a place verbatim prescribed.transcript Anyone or these who. are set forth b.low.Alllnt.r..ted 'required to 1989.Executed this 27th day of December

-If 3.35 hr. 40 hra. persons
earn .
you per a
'82 Toyota Corolla week& have 3 dependents; your proceedings shall be responsible file with the Court WITHIN THREE MON. Phyllis Jean Dobbs

4 Cyl.AT.PS.PB.AC #3512 3495 rent would be about $112 a monthor their own cwrang_'". THS FROM THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION Petitioner

$3.73 per day for day left In the Darrell O'Neal OF THIS NOTICE: Attorney for Petitioner:

85 Ford Ranger P/U month for move-In after the Oral Zoning Administratlv.O/Hdal (1)) all claims against the estate and ((2)) Herbert T. Sussman

$2995 -Qualified Singles Accepted., 8/301tehg objection by any Interested person 200 East Forsylh Street
4 Trans. #3483
Cyl.4 Sp. any
-Move-tn cost can .be a* low .i P04264 to whom notice was mailed that Jacksonville Florida 32202

84 Pontiac 6000 $10.00 law Lsiaah.., .' :, challenges the validity of the will, the T.I.phone: ((904). )358-3030
lie. '
I' 2S95 HrxnlnaKml of the personal representative 8/23 2tchg 8/30
6 Cyl. AT.PS.PB.AC #3453 = Jar SOU* qualifications
of the Court.
I qsi .. venue or jurisdiction
'84 Pont. Grand Prix '$2995 Equ. HoueingYauQualify( ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT

""I' 6 Cyl. AT.PS.PB.AC 3438 .. .. ._ -_ SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has begun NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

.$699 DOWN' $451' :PERWEEL V" 11A.F .H UA &' : on<> August'. 23rd, 1990.JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR.' FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME

?:, Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida

82 Chevy S-1O P/U 3695 P.O. Brawer 938 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
6 #3522 Storke, Florida 32091 undersigned Stan and Scarlet Hammond .

((904)' ) 964-5700 P.O. Box 1351, Starke. Florida

84 Chevy Celebrity :'" FIMAHCINQ Attorney for personalYepreeentotlve 32091 joint owners doing business

( #3501 3895 under the 'firm name of S and S Credit
i 4 Cyl.AT.P3.PB.AC .
.'t Collections, Slarke, Florida 32091, Intends .
3 84 Pontiac Bonneville $3695 Call Harold K. Davis .F; .. ROBERT M. PATRICK to register said fictitious name

I P.O. Box 869 under the aforesaid statute.
8 Cyl.AT.PS.PB.AC 3494 GAINESVILLE Ph.8643739ivtmiTnAr1 Stark., Florida 32091 Doled this 20th day of August, A.D.,

'83 Buick Celebrity !? 'ti1 P..o....Season**F[: Personal Representative. 1990 In Bradford County.
$389' 5 '. i....ii.r* g-1. -r'-e' '. 8/23 4tchg 9/13 1/23 Ipd 9/13

6 Cvl.AT.P3.PB.AC #3460 Starke Office s...in'J.. "*.. .\ UJ36Ulo...i -

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AugUHt 30. 1110O C SECTION Page 5C

I Southside School News.*....; :.... .., Did You Know -- ....- --- Ji [
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Calendar of Events Our PTA officers for the 1090-1991 Free and Reduced Price MealsThe
Mon., Sept. S Labor Day Holiday school year are; President Lee *
Wed., Sept. 5 10 Book Fair in Anne Dempsey Vice President Bradford County School Board announced Its policy for free and ide of the 9fWG
LibraryThurs. Shan Johns Secretary Pam Thrift reduced price meals for children unable to pay the full price of meals
., Sept. 6 School Spirit Treasurer Billle' 1la ,es. served under the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. The
Day:.. Wear shark colors (blue Our first PTA meeting will be heldon district'ssponsor's administrative office has a copy of the policy, *hich
white. Open House 7 pm-. Book Open House night beginning at 7 may be reviewed by any Interested part. BUS Class
fair will be open In the library duringour pm. Please join. Membership per Application forms are being ent to all homes with a letter to parents or of School Lunch
Open House. Please come by person Is only $1.00. See Mrs. Dam- guardians. To apply for free or reduced price meals, households should 1970 Still the Best
browse or buy great books for your pier at the rear of the cafeteria at fill out the application and return it to the school. Additional copies are Holds Reunion
child. the conclusion of the meeting to join available at the priclpal's office in each school.The information providedon A portion of the BHS Class of 1970 Buy AroundThe
Fri. Sept. 21 -Hat Day..Wear your UK the application wUl be used for the purpose of determining eligibility held their 20 year reunion August 10, proce of a school lunch here in
favorite hat.. A reminder Come by our and may be verified at any time during the school year by school or other U and 12th.Friday Bradfrod County has remained at

library to browse or buy books at our program officials. $1.00 for Pre-K-5 $1.10 for 6-8 and
Welcome students and parents to a first annual Book Fair. Proceeds Households that receive Food Stamps or AFDC "Aid to Families with they held a picnic at $1.25 for 9-12 students. Breakfast is
brand new school yearl! We at help buy books for your child's Dependent Children" are required to list on the application only the Goldhead State Park in Keystone still $.65 for all students. In com-
Southalde are extremely thrilled to classroom. Dates are Sept. 5-10 and child's name and food stamp or AFDC case number printed name of Heights with their families. with the prices for school
be off to a great start. Many changes during our Open House after our adult household member and signature of adult household member. On Saturday the classmates and lunches In surrounding counties this
have occured and we are very ex- PTA meeting. For the school officials to determine eligibility all other households their spouses enjoyed a banquet is still the best buy around. A recent
cited about them. Please stop by to meet your child's much provide the following information listed on the application: from 6 to 8 p m. at the Bradfrod Florida Times Union Article quotedthe
Our new Music teacher Is Mrs. teacher and see the classrooms. (1) the total monthly household Income must be listed by the amount County Fair Ground Banquet Room. lunch prices for the following
Bobble Sue O'Brian. We are looking Welcome to Southsid'' .... received by each household member receiving Income and the type of In- T-Bone steak dinners were cateredin counties:
forward to learning about her new come it Is (such as wages child support etc.) from Western Steer of Starke and .P
program. Her general plans are Southside Elementary sends con- (2) names of all household members; an enjoyable program followed. County Elementary Secondary ,
very exciting and the students will dolences to the family of Tabitha (3) Social Security number of the head of household/primary wage Honored guests were former spon- Duvai 1.20 1.35
benefit a great deal from them. She Matthews. Our thoughts are with earner or the adult signing the application or the word NONE for this sors from the R.J.E. School; Mr. Baker 1.10 1.25Clay
will be combining music and art them at this sorrowful time. household member if they do not have a Social Security number; and Bennie alexander and Mr. Jake 1.10 1.30
along with touches of drama and (4) the signature of an adult household. member certifying that the. In- Bradley and wife.: A social and St.Johns 125 1.50
dance. Art supplies are needed; formation provided is correct. dance was held for classmates and Putnam 1.10 1.30
broken crayons paints brushes old Physical Education News from Households that list Income Information and receive meal benefits 'their friends from 9 til 12 midnight. Alachua 1.25 1.45
magazines and yarn About Coaches, Testone & Clyatt. must report to the school any decreases in household size and any In- Several of these counties charge
every two weeks a different composer Beginning this school term our creases In Income of over$50 per month or$600 per year. Households that Sunday the class members and $1.00 for a student breakfast.The .
artist craft dancer or actor students will not attend physical list a food stamp or AFDC case number must report to the school when their families attended church ser Federal Lunch Program
will be highlighted. Look for more education classes on a daily basis. food stamps or AFDC Is no longer received. applications may be submit- vices at Antioch Missionary Baptist regulations require that 2 oz. of protein -
Students will attend three each Church in Starke. The Rev. Freddie
ted at time during the
news about Mrs. O'Brlan's programIn any year. 3/4 of fruit or vegetables
our next news article. week. This change will allow us to Under the provisions of the free and reduced price meal policy the Moody, a member of the 1970 class bread or bread alternate and milk be
New to Southside this year are decrease the size of our classes and School Food Service Director will review applications and determine was the messenger. The entire ser- offered each day to the students.
Kindergarten Paula Traylor and allow more time for our teachers to eligibility. U a parent or guardian Is dissatisfied with the ruling of the official vice was conducted by the class Here in Bradford County we do
Kathy Green; First Grade-Tammy teach subject matter. It also allows he with to discuss the decision with the determing official on members and was very insulrlna. have the "Offer vs. Served" program
Dempsey Third Grade Dan God- our teacher/student ratio to be less an iniorman basis. If the parent wishes to make a formaal appeal, he may Those attending were: Willie"M. which allows students to
win; SLD Mary Ann Starns; and enables us to keep a closer and make a request either orally or in writing to Dolores Morgan Director, AlstonCarter), Ronnie Austin, choose three of the five componentsif
Guidance Geraldine Griffis; Music tighter control of the students. It will Bradford County School Food Service 582 North Temple Ave.,Starke,Fl Ophelia BrightHmes), Carolyn they so desire.
Bobbie Sue O'Brian. We extend a decrease the chance of accidentsand 32091 phone 984-6800 ext. 39 for a hearing to appeal the decision. The BrownSpooner), Rev. Ross They also have a choice of whole
warm welcome to our new staff help create a safer learning at- policy contains an outline of the hearing procedure.If Chandler Rev. Edwin Clark Sheila white milk low fat white milk and
members. We are so glad to |Av mosphere.We a household member becomes unemployed or if the household size Crawford, Betty L. DavisAaron( ), low fat chocolate milk.
them with us... 'I are excited to be the first changes the school should be contacted. Such changes may make the Shirley FaysonMangol), Lillian The School Board of Bradford
If you did not receive an Insurance elementary school in Bradford children of the household eligible for reduced price meals or for addi- HankersonJenkinsRobertHankerson ( County encourages parents to occa-
application form or lunch forms County to implement this program.We tional benefits such as free meals for them if the household income falls Elaine sionally eat lunch with their child so
stop,by.our office and pick believe it will enhance our at or below the levels shown above. In certain cases foster children are Jenkln (Mabrey), Mary LaneCum- they can be aware of what type of
them up.. Physical Education curriculum. If also eligible for these benefits. If a household has foster children living mings). Daisy Coleman(Williams), meal is served in the school
PTA News:. Lee Anne Dampier. you have any questions please call with them and wishes to apply for such meals then the household should Shirley Marks Rev. Freddy Moody cafeterias.
president., for an appointment. contact the school for more Information.The Melvarine MorrisCunningham), Remember: At today's prices
information provided by the household is confidential and will be John Mosley Shirley "School Lunch" is a good bargainfor
STARKE Come Worship With Us used only for purposes of determing eligibility and verifying data. McDougaldFordJames McGollie your money.
In the operation of child feeding programs administered by the U.S. Annie NicholstPerkins( ). Robert .
CHURCH OF GOD BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH oftrace Agriculture no child will be discriminated against Nichols, Alphonso Robinson Mary -- .....-
I Comer of Pratt and Christian because color sex, national origin age or handicap. If any StrongBrewington), Mary Thomp- School Menus
412 N. SI.Clair 964-S4U member of a household believes he has been discriminated against, he sonDavis) and Linda Tyson(Hampton -
Pastor: David Pleasant'Wo Sun. School 9.45 am shoud write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture Washington ). Sept. 3-7
Invite you to worship with w Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am D.C. 20250.
Attended Nursery Sun. Evening Service 7:00: pm The price of a school lunch will remain the same as last year: 1.00
Sund.y School .'" 18 tmMorningWor i Wed. Night Service 7.00pm: Pre-K-5, $1.10.8-8, and $1.25 for High School students. Breakfast will be Bradford Elem.& Middle School
.Wp ?___ HimEvtnlngSwvlct 9.65 for all students and re'.lk will remain at $.25 per carton.It I Vote ANDERSON I I MONDAY School Holiday.
__. Pastor Ronald Hannah TUESDAY: Chicken rice.Green Beans,Fruit
--.__ spatWednesdsy Is Important that students eat breakfast and lunch each day.This can IM pa M Own. Cookie. Cheese Rolls, Milk.
Youth ._. .....__.-.. 730 pm Asst. Pastor John Leshuk be prepared at home or purchased from the school cafeteria. Take the Cup WEDNESDAY Beef.A.Roni. Cheese Slick
Proclaiming Boor! The Bksstd time to see that your child receives nutritional fuel for the day so he can Garden Salad, Apple Crisp, Hot Rolls Milk
:, Boot Hope' .
Notices--- be prepared to spend his time learning and not earnlng I ... .. .... ... .. ........ ......... .. THURSDAY Cuban Sandwich French Fries
Legal l ., .---.--..-.-.---- ... .... ... ,-__ .... ..... .. -- --- '- Cabbage Slaw Chocolate Pudding Milk.
_. .____ __ .
H. FRIDAY Hanburger Steak,Rice* Gravy But
.. .,. 19, 1990, at the Commissioners Room of BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Comment at the NE corner of SE any on Johnny R. Hobbs, Jrt, plaintiff tered Green Peas,Peaches, Hot Rolls, H....
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, 08161 IchgPO 4232 1/4 and run South 88 degree 43 attorney. whose address Is P.O. Box Bradford High School
REZONINGAND Florida at 7:30: P.M. an Ordinance 08301 tchg PO 4232 minutes 30 seconds West along the 938: Starke, Florida 32091 on or before MONDAVI School Holiday.
AMENDMENT Of THE LAND USE relating to: North line of told SE 1/4 a distance of September 21, 1990 and file the original TUESDAY!: Salisbury Steak, Mustard Green.
PLAN The rezoning of the following described IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH 1503 feet to the Point of Beginning. with the cl.rk of this court either before Chocolate Cake Cornbread Milk.
An ORDINANCE omMndlng the Com- prop.rty and amending the Comprehensive JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR From Point of Beginning thu. described, service on plaintiffs attorney or Immediately WEDNESDAY Chicken Nuggets. Macarone &
prehenslvs land u.. Plan Element and land Use Plan to provide BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. run thence South 0 degrees 30 minutes thereafter: otherwise a Cheese Milk Cole Slaw Fruit Cup; Cinnamon Hull

Map by Bradford County: Florida In oc'cordonce .iKat land ..curr.ntlyzoned 'OR and ..?>.? ?..=.,?.., ,CA.SEjM'.SO-913-CA\ : East a distance of 1621/2 feet to a point: default will be entered against you for TIIL'KrfDAYi Pig in a blanket Baknl Dm at,
with the local Gowmm.ntComprehensive d..lgnated by the plan a* Open Rural be ESTHER i,,MUIR.Plalntllf .. thence run North 81 degrees 15 minutes the relief demanded the petition. Garden Salad,Applesaura,Cookie Milk .
Planning Act of 1975 at 54 seconds West along a county road WITNESS my hand and the seal of this FRIDAY Fried Chicken Mashed Polnlum Si
Gravy Mixed Veg,Fruit Jells Hot Rolls MK
provided (or In Chapter 163 of the dustriol. v. right-of-way line 14814 feet to th.Eosterly court on this 31 day of July. 1990.
Florida Statutes.TO p.rty of Vernle P. Odom described a* IGNACIO. O. AlDERETTt and right of way line of State Road RAY NORMAN A-la-Carle
: All Cltllieni; Taxpayer and other follows: Parcel No.o.c760-0.00000 in Section DEBORAH M. ALDERETE, hit wife. No. 200 (U.S. Highway 301)): thence run BY:Carol Williams TUESDAY MONDAVI Holiday Cheeshurgers" Corn Dogs, French
Interested persons. 7, Township 7, Range 22 East Defendant. Northeasterly along said Easterly rightof Deputy Clerk Fries, Pizza MilkihakesWhDNEfcDAYi .
You and each of You are hereby and located 301 South acrf.' :Crosley NOTICE OF ACTIONTO way IIn. with a curve concave Northwesterly 8234tchg913NOTICE French Fries, Hamburgers.
herewith given notllce In accordance Manufacturing. : DEDENDANT: said curve having a central OF INTENTION Corn Dog Milkshakes
THURSDAY, Hamburgers,French Fries. C"
with Florida Statute that the Board of You ore further given NOTICE that a IGNACIO O. ALDERETE angle of 01 degree 07 minutes 47 TO REGISTER Dog Milkshakes
County Commissioner of Bradford copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is RESIDENCE UNKNOWNAND seconds, a radius of 7099.6 fet and a FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant ,I FRIDAY Corn Dog, Pia. itch Fries.Milkihakes .
County. Florida have designated the available for your Inspection at the ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CON. chord bearing a distance of North 12 to Section B6S.09. Florida .
Bradford County Zoning and Planning lice of the Director of Zoning and Plu. :FRN: degree 04 minutes 53 second East 140 Statutes, notice I* hereby given that salad Each bar day or students la-carte have LIo.of.| s holluneh.
Board to conduct a public hearing at a Ing, City Hall.Thompson Street Stark., ->U ARE NOTIFIED thai an action to feet to the North IIn. of said SE 1/4, the undersigned Debra J.' Norman
r.gular meeting h.ld at 7:00 P.M. In the"' Florida. Ic. lot. on a mortgage on the follow thence run North 88 degrees 43 minutes sole owner, doing business under the
Council Room of Stark.City Halls Starke, Each and every person having any Interest ing property In Bradford County.Florida: 30 second East along said North line of firm name of Beary Special Kids, Intends ANDERSON
Florida on Tuesday August 28,1990 and whatever In enactment of this A parcel of land In the SE 1/4 of Section the SE 1/40 distance 1 188.7 feet to the to register said fictitious1 nameunder I Vote I I
make recommendation to the Board of proposed ORDINANCE should appear 7, Township 7 South Rang 22 East Point of Beginning.has the aforesaid statute. Nn.AdD ,
County Commissioner and the Board and be heard at the time and place Bradford County Florida. being mar been filed and you are required to Dated this 7 day of August. A.D. 1990

will consider on Wednesday September prescribed _. particularly described at follows: _serve a copy of your written defenses If In Bradford County.



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Directors & Staff 964-7500 : ., DURRANCE PUMP & HURST'S EXXON

E-Z Wheels Auto Sales SUPPLY SERVICE
Eyeglass -We Finance- / Attend church regularly 24 HR.

Your complete Buy Here Pay Here ; your 987 N. Temple Ave.

center 1320 N.Temple Ave. t' 864-N.Temple 964-7061 9646111Lewis


DOUGLAS BATTERY OP Jones Funeral Home Service It's a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. P.OBox207
Distinguiscd, Caring Starke
better at Denmark's
For Over 50 Years
We rebuild starters,alternators 964-6871
& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch ,I :,a, 434 W. Call 964-5827
"' Starke 964-6200 .
4oA7 Ni.mP .,...7ri1 Keystone HctghU 473-3176 I i'rlr!' .'+...y'P ,#
lamp of Jesus 'TULLER

TCHELL'S DRUG STORE j : State Bank 1-ocsl.dofllOOS.UiwsnI OURfcnc "' : Care
sm.1PtI j of StarkeSt S'?, Ktytlon*, uk right/ on 24th Ave. -You heed It
OLD FASHIONED S"+ A follow. 944-7109 signs.Ev t...110.....O.fa..a 473-7213
SERVICE rV", Horn Owned <*
independent Bank b j "All Nature Sings of J.*u" slt- s4; K..raMHas
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Tire CO. AUTO CORBETTS TIRES & Allen's Office Supplies STEAK HOUSE

Mosley SERVICE and Printing Company From tttofutft Western Steer
US 301 N. Starke Shop&,411/ US 301 South
CornyteliTtn a Custom Pruning .
964-6600 -WorMp thll week sill tvery week: Rtpa irTerwillegar Art PTWng* 964-8061
Office Supplies
tl Ilit elmrck of cholct* 402N. IIWY301K e
124 HR Wrecker your 96i:6436 113 E. Can St. 964-8925 ...
feme 1018 N.Tern Ie 964-6461 -

Custom made exhaust NAPA AUTO? Motors, Inc. CROSLEYMANUFACTURING. !lstftnsurance!! VuglA.Beny.DCAMlden .

PARTS STORE Sales & Service 44IJ w. Madison<<

M tin rlshl" ,'. In nil lla 206 W. Madison & US 301 CORPORATION (Wlnn-Dlxte Shopping Cen.) ?& Family Cart C nled

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Legal TEXAS 99


Statutes Pursuant, notice to Section is hereby 865 given, 09 that rlol i the ido RED WHITE & BLUE 6CANSEARL : :- 1.79

undersigned Thomas C. Clark and Shaw 1L1i1L DELACOUR .
E. Grlgsby Jr., joint owners, doing
business under the firm name of ClarkGrlgsby BRANDY! REGULAR,
Enterprise, Inc.. Intends to LIE

register aforesaid said statuteDated fictitious. name under the 5 99 hl f 7' v: GENUINE DRAFT

this 16 day of August A.D. 1990In 50ML I
Bradford County. 1NY alNnw "= 549100449
08164tpd0906 ==I lee] / f/ BO '
, I FICTITIOUS NAME ;, DAY :\.THEkEYS t \r) ....... / I ____________________________________-_-___.___."___________

Statutes Pursuant, notice to Section Is hereby 86109 given that Florida the : 1 SALE '\.DI'r.': I -JI--.I_,..' I ...""' j\CJC'- Old, REGULAR OR LIGHT,
undersigned, Susan Goodner RI I Box fI1J .. I 4\rJ: .11 1
192 lawtey Florida 32058, sole owner, #' edges I I(1 (UUll waukeeSCOTCH

doing business under the firm name of [1,1J! Jil'JJi 1j.1tJ. ,
Post A Present Rt 1 Box 971, Lawtey j c1dJ.f'r 649
Florida 32058 Intends to register said fl50-

fictitious. name under the aforesaidstatute. \'j 11'I I I. !I ''I' :II I I 399 'jl'I I a :;-. "" ', 'v' a '4ZOZ.CINSr.IIll E

Dated this 16 day of August, A.D. 1990In E I I / 1 SALE PRICE-MAIL-IN REBATEAFTER REBATE
Bradford County, i

+ UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Y:' I )H&; !'1 11 '1I 1 I Ilrfl"' '11 If! 1$1.00 COUPON FOR OFF''
Court No. 9O.251.Clv.J.14 Cut!}' BEEFEATER E 1 A. '
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA :' _,. 'White Label: Sark 'fZ GIN 1 1'I 5 80 VODXA VODXAI cn 1 1 1ff
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Plaintiff, SCOTCH SCOTCH 1IlflATlR GUt "1711.99" SALE t H 17519.99 SALE GIN RUM I HOLLAND BEER

VS.THOMAS L. JONES and : ... '-3.00 NYR REeail r};_ E. LTR'3.00 RErA11" 49 ;: Fl 3.998m

ANNIE Ded.ndants.NOTICE MAE JONES. II' 1'- 2699 1099 i I "t'w:: 2299 8.99 AFTER REBATE ,.; .', 16.99 REBA arts E 9 w. ; J:1.1.00. WITH coupon' THIS::'

OF SALE es. OF 6 $161.94 es. : __ CS. OF 6. $137.94 es. OF I WITH THIS .
: OF 12 $131.88 : 6 $71.50 CS OF 6. $119.94 es. OF 6 $56.94 ; ., COUPON
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto j ,..... ,. -. 299
o Defi/k Judgment entered on July :. t'I ...11 NR2BRS.F4 : .
25 1990 by the above entitled Court In I:', R GHIVAS ",iJj/ ff'6 ... Gilb ey's Seagram'sGin {i $ S'm2rna if; WYBOROWA 'fli. ...- REOEeUAILIATREGIlTORs .
the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited : I.f.JrU/UIIUllw I ... : l' I ... WITH THIS CUT OUT
1\11 .l-- t4, 80 VODKA( COUPON FOR
States Marshal or any of his duly REGAL Gm. 80 VODKA .
authorized deputies will sell the proper. SCOTCH" IMPORTED POLAND 111 i, $1.00 OFFX49

described ty situate as In: Bradford County Florida 'S 22" 649 699 I ii; ;.: 144t! 1199 4A'
Subdivision \ : .
lot Six Block 1 Shady Oaks """"' / "! ,f / ;.; "
thereof recorded In Plat ON THE PURCHASE OF GROLSCH
as per plat S. OF 6 $86.94
Book 3, Page 29 of the Public Records of CS. OF 12.$209.88 CS. OF 6 5137.00 FREE tcR.r,ntoLR'c.RR CS. OF 12 $76.95 CS. OF 12 $143.88 LAGER BEER
Bradford Florida, CONSUMER Olfw good on era su'pack
at public County outcry to the highest and best MARTIN'S .em'l% .!E'7"j.r. GORDONS* TAAJCA ;' j ABSOLUT TA R KOV' ;/ Limit OIK ol Grolsch,pit Irousenoio Premium, valid Bear. only t lo
bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: I 1-- GIN } | Floridaresloents01legaldnTuDtgageV
o'clock Noon on September 26, 1990 at B) V0: SCOTCH t : VODKA 01 e; 80 VODKA lEXPIBATION DATE: ,4,1990 .
th. front door entrance of the Bradford SCOTCH ,7515.99 SALE OIOOii i7sl2.992.00 SALE GIN E, VODKA .' .
County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. ,() LTR. 2.00 PER (,;;) "". YEA .-1.= 1
Dated: August 9, 1990 I" t- 17 99 aeeArl t ::liiIf': };' REeae 99 i: .It 99- I Il
Richard L. Cox Jr 13.99 I I 10.99 9 175 l 11750ML BEER
United Stales Marshall t !l '- w. A TE R"B TE LTR. 173 't. ...; E1xl.
Middle Dibtilct. of Florida ,xl.i" es. OF 6 $106.00 es. OF 6 $95.94' j es. OF 6. $77.94 es. OF 6 $59.94 f es. OF 12. $143 88 es. OF 8 $SUi ''ms r REGULAR, LIGHT, ALE1P

Assistant United Attorney States Ralph tor Attorney Plaintiff J. Lee, i I : "i:iil'h"I ( i q It I 'J"I :tJi1 1 ;I''IJr I !1' 1 Y r.'j !1 1 ';I'H s'" 'UiH': I 11J1" 5. 3 12 PK. ,2 A i iI'

08.23 4tchg 9i 13 Seagram's rAD"yJiNlJ: ljj'r r 5. Captain Morgan CORUBA ;; I' -:
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90.4: ESTABLISHING COUNTYWIDE ,1... ; ;: '!1A99t ,FF.B LUEe I Fs l BLUE)<

SPECIAL EMERGENCY ASSESSMENT MEDICAL FOR THE SERVICES PURPOSEOF ;..; ; l3,9CS. 1199 i 'sti.ET...=:: 1299 1199 I q I7IKI!, '_ I 11. 899 1:.)' =...e..r>. 79 1202

PROVIDING DEFINITIONS IMPOSING OF 6 S80.94 CS. OF 6 $71.94 7 CS OF 12-$149.95 CS, OF 6 $71.50 I CS. OF 6 $89.94 CS OF 12 $107.88 6-PK


NOTICE DATE.IS HFREBY GIVEN that on the ( 99 1249 f. ;.(woHT= 1299 1-.r99 .t 1299 1 079 p I r" .\,
II t : 399
10th day of September, 1990 at 10:30: I U 111. I- 110tLTII.
A.M. the Bradford County Board of cs 0f6174.9' j I l! ::ii: FREE coca TWO LTR COLA CS. OF 6 $107.94 TIC CREAM MARIA"WHIP CAN CS 0f6- 164SO lt F HI 8m .
County Commissioners in regular session ",'" t. _"" .
to be held at the Boards Meeting '
= >
Room at the Bradford County Courthouse ; dIM@I9m Seagram'sV.O. Znaan CANADIAN JohnnieWalker
D I j :
Storke. Florida will hold a I! \ PREMIUM 86.8 ; .1 LOWENBRAU
public hearing on th. proposed enactment r BEAM "I \ ZURICH
for B6 PROOF \

dinance The substance to establish of the funding proposed by special or f 1349-- 1099 I w a': 849 1699 t .- ; 1349 1749 I 3"

assessment for Emergency Medical Services :r.z1r: I .._;.: I :1. :' .
(EMS) for the health and welfare of
citizens of Bradford County, Florida.All 2=' CS. 0F6. $80.94 CS. OF 12-$127.50 I CS. OF 12 $101.88 CS. OF 12 $203.88 CS. OF 6 $80.94 CS. OF 12IjL

Interested parties are invited to
present their comments at the time and f .
place set forth above. .' : .]: I .:ltITjlllHII =CI t ;--llrtil'.TH I =4I"iIIc' "i:1'1:1:4I1m: ','mltl--"II: =i11 ..,.1111i8lm'ml] =4.:1.'IIj1'l: .
Persons are advised, that if they I/ romr 7so wv"" w"O :=: Andre wNmawN Tao 2.99 ...'""".. J3'IJ d OR
V. 4.49 Carlo Rossi dR. 5.39
decide to appeal any decision made at |J. "Chassy" ANPR ML j e-wnrM .RUrcara..., CR ML Beringer aeRwO ML 6.99 .'
the this hearing, they, will need a record of Ruflino CrvleloDuboeuf J I 150 ML.49 I ABC cu cN.,"YINR K': '.::1.\IUOC.a"r.. LTR., 4.99 Gold Seal ......vn...........0'. 150 ML.99 Kendall ....'...- 1.0 ML.49 BUD LIGHT
proceedings and for such purpose, l 81 O99
they may need to ensure that verbatim I .Y ILAiE.\ :7 6.99 ; Gallo .N; "tl'::iRD L3.79 Taylor 'oa; ;" :MP 4.99 *Freemark Abbey :::= :MP 11.99 ,1201.
record of th. proceedings Is made, 6 PK
which record Includes the testimony and i Taylor I roe I-m'': aaDeNeaar. ITN. 5.99 Moel & Chandon nM"R 150 ML.99 Sutler Home 11N/GNUIL' Mt. 3.79 V, '" '. CIIISi

evidence based. upon which the appeal is to be *11 Cardo Nano. : :7 6.49 ::8. Mondavi ,:r L\$. 8.99 Dlldlnol..UI :M 17.99 R. Mondavi a",:' :M< 13.49 a., "'4,.

DATED BOARD this OF COUNTY 14th day COMMISSIONERS of August 1990. Maleus Rose' :M 3.49 'Trakla D.r .; '7'1'::' L4.99 Ballatore Spumante :ML 4.49 Chat. SI. Michele IL NC :ML 6.49 ;eoou

BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Rufflno Chianti Chlasslco :ML 5.99 Mumm's I.ORY :ML 18.99 Glen EllenSebastian c ;.sauveNos :ML 4.79 II' REGULAR,LIOxT I-GOLD

RAY NORMAN, CLERK OF COURT Duboeuf' DNAaDONNAY :Mo 5.99 Cello lambrusco L6.49 Korbel IO:ii:cu :ML 9.99 ZI'I'::::"Elr'IUIL :ML 4.29 7 9

8/23 2tchg 8/30 Black Tower i41EANWaOI etINEN 750 ML 3.99 I t J iago Sangria Red L\N. 6.49 Ton's .oaT :. I 5.79 R. Mondavi =: 750 ML 10.99 1 5 12.PK.IITEMs XOL
POSED ORDINANCE NO. 90-8, *Groham'laboutelYerchene/OiCY;: :M 36.99 i 1 f' 'Gallo ruNANDIL :ML 5.49 J.C .t '
ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIRE mSiiladot ::. :ML 16.99 ) NAPA cY.tY"'t/le? Sainlsbury DNARDD.NAY :MP 10.49 '


ASSESSMEENT: ESTABLISHING BEGINNING I' t Chat Ilmberlay RD "ML 4.99 j9Y tKAMORA; ; : UR.11.99 SALE R. Mondavi :Low'' :ML 7.99 2'J.I 1e OZ:acA;.
MENT: DEFINING IMPROVED PARCELS I Chat. Du GlanalaboulelVerchene 750 ML 12.49 S -.-- 4CHAll 750 ML -2.00 ...." louis Martini Z,RIYANDIL wxnl fee MLeuaoaNE 4.99 :: -::: I W2 89MOLSON "
ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS CHA'- 150 ML 8.49 J x es. OF 12.$54.90 J 9.99 RE..nRothschild AIrM Sutler Home "eaeeaxeT.DYNENON 150 ML 4.49 6.PK.clJIS

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' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the II Remy Martin VSOP :r 29.99 EaJ/ .RANDY :r 7.49 Sunrise Tequila wN/r. LTR. 12.49 .. OOZE tit ,
10th day of September 1990 at 10.45A 4PAK WIN I '
.M. the Bradford County Board of I Martell VS .DDDNAD. :ML 16.99 Grand Hornier :ML 21.99 j Frangellco 'IOUIUR :ML 13.99 ,/ / uoz. 2.99 SALEi.oo 'R.LIONT.AOIDENKahlua .

County Commissioners, in regular session :ML 13.49 Vermoulh 4.29 Malibu Rum :ML 8.49 .-.:... I =
to be held otth. Boards Meeting at I Lee's' Stock f LTR LIOUIVR 369 i
the Bradford County, Courthouse, '
Starke Florida will hold a public hear GlenfiddichCOTaA :M 19.99 Dolfi .TRAr.'NNCtIDDIPA; :ML 9.99 .- :-.fL 1.99:0:: :. .u'1 BTU I I

ing on the proposed enactment for adopting E LI.' f
( Items beg : i iI
---:9: .eon '
Ordinance No. 90.8. 9
The substance of the proposed ordinance I 1IUISDAf AUGUST 30 2ATURBAI SiPT. 1 MONDAT, SlPT. 3 Kt: rI

assessment is to for establish Fire Protection funding by Service special .I. .. t : CANADIAN j "I I I CUN I I t I.' I I I II I. : \t 41[I!] L.I I

(FPS) for the health and welfare of ,. I MIST I I MACGKEGOX I I GUt i I' I II > ; t
citizens of Bradford County Florida.All i I I I' I .7f I I" I 11.49BURNETT'S 1.75 I _. 1, I 1b.'I' 1'\
Interested parties are Invited to I 12 49171' I I i3.99L1 TB. I _I II : 11I. : I 'I 'r t III
!1' present their comments at the time and I Pet Csll.:.r/rNPel,: j Hili tA1sNM r/ttsPM/: 7 NIl am', 'v/cMXNN/ I r ,,....
place set forth above. wEI1E60A81851/ 21 I FRNIAT, AUGUST 31 SUHIIAf, SUf. 2 IUISDU, UP!.4 I J Y ,
Persons are advised that If they BLUI I: ......,' I GALLO :: I tUt I I GALLO I E I I I GALLO PINK : e.N'IUI

decide to appeal any decision made at Lrfs.i I : VERMOUTH : I CHABLIS BLAIIC I ,I CHABLIS -> -.11-' ".'.'''
this hearing, they will need a record of 3.79r I I" I 751 I 5 89 3 I I II e "
and for such I
the 69
proceedings purpose 1 99 111.
need to that verbatim I 0 ;, I NL I I __ I I I. LiB.fOIIl .
they ensure E BM M51ENM aai ., ,
t PM- l- t ref RERt/ XPeN 1 P9 Mt- I
I record of the proceedings is made, ... ! ,__ M. ov Yaftrir '1.II'
,I which record Includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal Is to I _
based. ../ s I I IIQUORLOCAL 1 1 JfdthQ0
DATED this 14th day of August 1990. 8
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