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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A frontal system Is expected to invade the southeast during the tes.1..I tJu. > GAINESV { ra.
weekend bringing scattered showers to our Some In \ ,
area cooling .. "It
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temperatures win] accompany the front Monday. \
The cooler air is Just In time for fall,which marts tomorrow, P'rl.Hunt... :.......::: .......J.; _
day September 21, uIno At the equator day and night A...NewI.._".',":. .:....104,6.71 _
are equal as the th.faile ly overhead. IPeC Am eo-rt.: ........ ......
Sunrtsewas at7i7 this morning,and will set at7:29this: evening, Oft........".... .. '..'..... .. .. .. ... The. Sweetest Strawberries This Side
of Heaven
here in Starke,about SO*north of the equator.The,day; is I2h 12m fa a..NIet! ,.... ...... .. .. .'.11. 111th Year
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10th Issue 3h.eDt.wpy
Thursday, September
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7\ WorthHQt1flg. R V t_ r tn Cpt J..nrt R.fI11nt in Second Primary rl

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: John 1\: 'i .,
By Buster on where the voter lives. between Arthur
Gaskins
and ,254
Greg votes, none more than D.M. eliminated In the first
and i
primary,
ICY Matt WrW.rRepublicans Bradford County voters in Alvarez,who finished only five votes t(Mallett) Hale. Since there is Howard withdrew
Seminole Boosters... do not vote In the Oc-. Districts 2 and 4 will vote for county apart in the first primary. The win- ,Republican running that district no, in favor of Bronson following the eJection -
the
SemInole Boosters will meet .tober 2 second primary, since,all commissioners and Secretary of ner will face Republican, Marvin I 1 the candidate getting the most votes Republican Party doesn't, saying need
their races were decided in the first State.Resldents'. Rosier in the Nov. 6 General Election will be the winner.In bloodletting a
Thursday, Sept. M (tonight) in the;: second primary.A .
Klks: Lodge North primary, or In one case, shortly living in Districts 1, 3and the first primary, Republicansvoted
on Temple thereafter when 5 will vote in In District 4 John
a candidate only the Secretary Anderson will in several all
of
races, which
Dinner followed 25
at
venue. 7 p.m. percent turnout of Bradford's
withdrew. of State face
In the of incumbent
race. Secretary Joe Riddick in
a settled
were at the ballot box
by regular Speaker will exceptone. 8,929 Democratic
be John meeting. Bradford County Democrats: will State race, Jim Minter will face county Democratic run-off. Ander- In the Secretary of Agriculture, by voters is expected
Laurence,TV-ia spa'tadirector. go to the polls to vote in the second former defrocked federal' judge son led the first primary with 304 race there were three Republican Supervisor of Elections' Neva
primary. The ballot will contain Alcee Hastings.In votes. Incumbent commissioner !candidates: Charles Bronson, Ron Flynn. The county' 1,139
.either one or two District 2 voters will decide Riddick into the Republican voters can stay home
DEC M*.tlng... races, depending edged second witFootball Howard and Jack Dodd. Dodd was1'1. that day.
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The Bradford County DemocraExecutive _
Committee will meet n -

Thursday (tonight) Sept. 20, at 7'ticr 4.-
p.m., In the Bradford Restaurant i

Banquet Room Visitors, ,welcome Buildfug

Q a Gator QB Club....

/The Starke Gator QB Club meets I Permit
.Thursday. Sept. 20 (tonight) at
.
-.. ,I' Bradford Fairground*. Social hour, I
':;1: ;,6:30-7:30: p.m. i
';. '1 t Dinner, .t7:30p.m..catered: by '
;.' .Subway at $1.50 per person. A Revoked
,:," speaker from the University of
Florida will address the group. Go

Gators.BBCu. Longchamp Homes has 4

Dlnnor... lots In Southgatesubdivision

J The First Presbyterian Church of but can build
:. Starke is a Barbecue only 2 houses. Vested
chicken .sponsoring Friday, interest rights

Sept dill ..m.to t p.m., and do not follow whennonconforming
Saturday, Sept. 22,9 s-in. p.m.
Funds are being raised taro lots havea

recreational equipment. h'r common owner officials

say. If there were 4 j
Hampton Baptist... '
different owners each "* '

Youth Day, Saturday, Sept. 22, could build a hom9 on a
beginning 2 p.m. Food. will be
leiveil.r 4 p.m. single lot. >

Bring your own glover Cancel .; I Buster Rahn j jBCT
By
rain. ie1''OJIiItwe1 e.: ,. .. \
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r ,..... ""If: Staff WrltarLongchamp
LB Singles... Homes Inc. owns
..:f .,.... 'j four lots in Southgate Subdivision: in
Southbound, a new band will play .. .J" __ u 'JI'I1iII' % ,
SE Starke, but can build only! two I
Saturday night Sept 22 for Lake
bouses '
Butler.Slngle* in the Community by combining lots under cur- d
rent Starke zoning rules. '4
'y Center. All singles over age 25 are
EI A permit to build a house Lot '
welcome. Donations member on 7 1 i
$4, : in Southgate Subdivision
'non-cnelJ1betf was issued
i5. BXQBtet.ng1 .to Long bamps Homes, Inc. Sept. 6,
J. .1 .. ,
1\K\ ;YiI''' M':ih'f.!!' f b : r ., .elf end revoked (our days later, won- 4j

.torlcol Board!... 'day.Sept 10, based on a ler' '.
nion _
by City Attorneyfer .
The Bradford County Historical Brown. MicrZontng.Director Darrell '
Board of Trustees meets Monday, O'Neal.
Sept. 24 at 11 a.m.; in the Commissioners The legal opinion brings into question -
Meeting Room of the Cour the status of non-conforming
thouse. lots grandfathered-in by the zoning
.y'l code, and substantially Increases
Photo Class... I the work load of the zoning office,

Bradford Vo-Tech Is offering a J O'Neal said.Meantime.
beginning photography class, Longchamp Homes,
4 a with four customers ready to build,
beginning Monday, Sept.24, 7-10 1k is stymied.Background..
p.m. Call ph. 864-6800, ext. 122 for
more information.
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FAD Meeting... f + 1 Several weeks ago, Longchamp
Homes, Inc. four
(( purchased nonconforming -
., Families Against Drugs (FAD) lots In Southgate Subdivision -
meets 'l'ueld8Y.l..SeDt. 25, at 7:30 from
p.m. in the Vo-Tech Center. Final v'R Jessie Roddy. The long-time'lots owner
are nonconforming -
plans will be made for "Just Say because
have
they less
No" week In October.
than 15,000 square feet, the
minimum lot size In R1A (Residential
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BHS Alumni. .
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w, w Single Family) classification,
Regular monthly meeting Tuesday s and have less than the required 100
Sept 25 at Westerd Steer foot frontage.Longchamp.
Steakhouse. Dutch treat dinner at 6 4A Fever. Homes Inc.,

p.m., business meeting at 7 p.m. The combination of strong Tornado play,energetic represented Jerry Wilson, presi
Important planning session for cheering,spirited mush and Coach Hurse's Blzer, vice-
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100th anniversary reunion. All BHS animated sideline motion provided an entertaining president met th the
alumni supporters please attend. 4 Friday night for fans. (Above) Drum Major Brian Starke Board of Adjustment to ask
for
Canova and BHS cheerleading squad (below left) special exceptions to the set-back
'Insuranc Questions... I generate excitement while, (below center) trainer homes regulations, fa order to build four

The Florida Dept of Insurance Lisa Jackson ministers to damaged digit of feet each.with Just over 1,300 square
will have linebacker James Daniels.Coach Hurse
specialists In Starke, lower
Since
the
E / :; ::."",,,1oJ four lots were
with action
Tuesday, Sept. 25, to help consumers right)kept up the during the "grandfatbered-in"
and with insurance problems Tornadoes successful outing against Fernandina. Photos by J.oob Ferguson the city wa zoned, everyone in 1978, In when the

answer questions. meeting, the
petitioner
Those with Insurance coning
problems board member, the director and

Courthouse and/or questions between should 10 s meet m. and at the 12 $470 OOO School Cutback witnesses Homes,IncEad, agreed a right that to Longchamp build four
noon. Bring Insurance
policies and
j other relevant documents. Expected; homes on the four Iota within the setback
regulations, so long as the

Sowing 001.... homes met a 750 square foot
I minimum.
I Bradford Vo-Tech Is offering a Duncan: Classroom Won't Be AffectedA Board members Ron Denmark

I I beginning sewing class, starting and Clair Capps voted to deny the

Tuesday, Sept. 25, from 7-10 p.m. 1470,000 cut In Bradford school not be known until after the Oct. 9 categorical funds to be used for especially On new cars. State of petition, while members Sammy
I Call ph. 9844800.ext. 122 for more funding is expected,Supt. Jim Dun- meeting of' the State Cabinet. general operating expenses,Duncan ficials severely overestimated the' Bassett and Ken Teal voted for approval -
I ,information. can said after returning from a Sept. Estimates will be given to a revenue says. tax funds from the new levy on out- resulting In a tie vote, effec-
I 7 trip to Tallahassee In which state estimating conference Sept. 25, but The total state shortfall is some of-.tate cars coming In to Florida, lively denying the request.
i Klngsloy Lake... school superintendents met with Joe-decision is left to the Cabinet. $544 million. That translates into a Supt. Duncan said the Appeals to decision by the Starke
I The on KIngsley representatives of Education, Commissioner "The best we can hope for is that 4.8 percent budget cutback for all superintendents were told. Tourism 1 Board of Adjustment are made
Lake Outstanding Florida Water Betty Castor. maximum flexibility will be given to general revenue funds of state agen is up, but people moving into the iirectiy to the courts, rather than to
application will be held Wednesday funds"It'll"take every bit of our reserve the school system to direct the cies. The state estimated a one state are not buying new can, ap; :try commissioners.
Sept 28, at DEft Headquarters. says Supt. Duncan. Its goIng monies into the general revenue so billion dollar increase of tax revenue pliances or homes.Education'l .
2600 Blair Stone Road.Tallahassee. to a tight budget year, but Supt. that direct classroom services won'tbe over fiscal 89-90. Now the state says share of the 4.8 per Permit Issued...
,All Interested parties will be heard.Hospital ., into Duncan doesn't expect to have to cut interrupted. it expects only' about half of the cent cutback translates into about a Wilson and Blzer, assuming they
classroom" proprams. "We'll Superintendents hope the Depart- funds originally used to balance the three percent cut because of an Infohad 1 a right to build on the Iota 11 proper
rock: along, Duncan say ment of Education and the Gover- budget. Bet-back* were observed, ap
Baxaar... The exact amount of the cut will nor's office will allow. available Sales tax collections are way off. (See Building..p.3A) plied for and received a permit to
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary \ build on lot 7,since O'Nea1i1hared in
will host its Fan BaZaar Frida '. the opinion.
Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m. Hand] SFCC Lo gcbamp Homes Inc. began
{'made! craft, spaghetti lunch, sandY Gets Rnsenberc Bin ldifi i < footings the following day,Saturday.
'wicbe* and dessert* avaWbb.Upcotiltng. ._ j boUle.Sept.4, In preparation for building a

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: ... By Buster Rahn ,L to give the building to the college, council sometimes divided on ,negotiations nave been In progress i advised Monday O'Neal Sept. 10.the Attorney permit Brown
,}: ICJ fist WrlM'Starke but was adament on giving adjacent disposal of the property. >for some time. Issued in waa
Public meetings scheduled In the land, but the position was reversed, error, based on his Inter-
commlssfaj the
: I!coming weeks are: Rosenberg Building and gave adjacent and the college now has everythingit Some council members seemed In-, After hearing the statement by pretation of the Starke Boning or-
Bradford County School Board land to the Santa Fe Community Col- asked for, including 30 feet on the tent on having the building razed, Noegel, Mayor Vernon Silcox said; dlnance. section 4.15.1.
meeting i* wt for Monday Sept 24, rather than seeing! it O'Neal revoked the permit Imty
j lege Endowment Corporation Tues north side and the lot between the remain as aeyesore "I'm pleased to see this. The ci -
at .. in Administrative building and the railroad on the east In the renovated downtownarea hesitant mediately and lytMimp Home,
day was to
Sept 18. lock,stock and barrel. move prior to getting[ Inc. ceased
construction
BBraaddI and
The SFCC Endowment lide. doubting anyone's serious this commitment from
d County Board of Adjustment Corpora Interest in the COIIeIe. Blxer said company officials
tion plans to renovate the The city purchased the Rosenberg restoring: the landmark.In are
meet Tuesday, Sept 28, at 7 a cost of building at Building with $80,000 in grant funds The prepared statement provide* upset by the turn of events and are
$500,000 to
,. p.m., In Starke City HalT to start this $800,000. Work Is part of the Downtown DevelopmentProcram. the Tuesday nignt council for the SFCC Endowment Corpora now pondering their next move..
with
: Zoning Board and Board year completion set and purchased: the old meeting, attended by Freeman tion to leek matching grant fund for
nets Thursday com !. SFCC of plans to have a Brown Building on the east side with Register HI,Larry Noegel and Steve renovation of the building. Councilman The Law Says...
", at 7 m. llaatYHaU.> : arts threater a and pet funning tax fund. Denmark,members of the SFCC Endowment Ed Wall asked "What ha Section 4.19.1 state, "Reroedlca
and
Council classroom, including If :
'
-: npton Corporation reada pens grant funds don't t Where two or more
'1ae adog Friday. ... 26. at 7 p.m.. a Historical Society' lengthy statement saying the materUlizet Iota with continuous non-conforming frontage
''IDQtyHaU.: museum. The college has long wanted the SFCC Endowment Corporation "has Noegel said, "We think we can. under the tame an
The council bad ownership.or wher
gone on record property, and negotiation have accepted the Rosenberg Building." *
several months ago as being willing been on-going! for two with the
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.PagetA mm TELEGRAPH September 20.1900c

I EDC Smites Year with $1.5 million New Construction I


$1.5 million In new contraction meal, beginning about 11 a.m.Tuet- and the Sunshine Industries. D-Yulee; Park Rep. Chance Ivrlne Schools,
sale of R-Orange ;
EDC Is negotiating for the
,and 19 building project Clerk Norman
Ray
SUrke Enterprise Zone in thetenpasst :Director Navltsky said EDC Is In two lots to an existing Bradford Jim Duncan County
year and some 70 new Jobs were negotiations with several firms County firm. It's a nice clean in- Property Board Appraiser Member Jimmy Len
about moving Into Bradford County dustry, Naviteky. Alvarez, SCbo
created, said Ray Navltsky. executive says Schlofman, Chamber President Med
director of the Economic including a cypress mulch firm, a
Executive
Corporation major grocery chain, and a truss Outgoing EDC Board Chairman Connelly, Chamber
Development .
manufacturing firm. Eddie Douglas thanked those who Director Anita Rink, and County
NaviUky was addressing some 65 Seven firms now have offices In helped him this past year. Douglas Commission candidates John'Anderson -
persons Tuesday night, Sept IS at Enterprise Park off SR-100 in SE appointed a committee: of Jerome and Joe Riddick.
the annual banquet of the Bradford Starke, Naviteky said. He credited Johns, Cindy Boatwright and New EDC board members named
:County Economic Development Cor- Diane Ely! with great assistance In Richard Welty to name a new slateof Jeannie Baker,administrator of
poration (EDC) at the county locating businesses in the park in a officers to be voted m at the October are Bradford Hospital, and Andy
fairgrounds on tJS-3011n N.Starke. building owned by Ely. The seven board meeting. of St. Johns Business Ser-
Guests enjoyed a smoked bam and firms are Kami International, Douglas is doing a super job," said msbuer Reappointed to the board
s turkey dinner served by members of who encouraged"everyone vlcea.:
Wagner Brothers Lake Area Glass : Med Connelly. Chamber president -
the Bradford High FFA Chapter. Ag and Mirror, Russell Construction to become involved in economic were coordinator -
McFadden
Li t Advisor David Smith, Wilbur Addison. development.Guests : Dr. Bernie
Co., Goetzman Construction Co., of the SFCC Starke Center;
Gene Murphy and Faye Dur- Moore Road Contracting Co. whicherected introduced at the banquet instructor.
-- ban smoked the meat and cooked the David Smith vo-ag
a new building ui the park. included Rep. George Crady,

Douglas Honored...

I Eddie Douglas chairman of the board of the Economic Development

Presenting Corporation the, was plaque honored Is EDC by the board presentation member or Richard a plaque Welty.for his_cervices. Odom to Build Super- Nice Mobile Home Park on Weldon StreetBy I


luster Kahn received tentative approval, with eed the required IS foot setback trrtiveiy landscaped: and maintain-.
acr: Staff Writer recommendations for 8-inch water from park boundaries.
Site plans for "Olivia Estates" a lines in lieu of I Inch lines,to providefire Each mobile home win be a Regulations require a 6 foot
participate in the 4th annual arts mobile home park on Weldon Street protection, and a change in minimum required M feet or morefrom masonry or weather-resistant wood
lines other mobile homes la the fence of solid face construction or a 5
Worth Noting ) and crafts festival, slated for Satur- in NE Starke were approved by city sewer to Improve elevation
face fence screened by
:
day, Oct. 20. commissioners Tuesday Sept. 18, grades.Since. park. foot open
V (from page 1A) / Last the festival attracted presented by John D. Odom HI. Odom elected to retain the Each mobile home will have sufficient dense evergreen foliage,maintainedto
"thousands"year of visitors, accordingto The site plan was recommendedfor road rather than dedicate It to the city space for anchoring the unit,as a height of 7 feet.
BHS Class of 1970... the sponsors.For approval by the Starke Zoning the required 60 foot wide right-of- provided by State Stand da. Odom requested the city cilto
further information Board in its regular meeting August way is no longer a requirement. Each MH lot will be marked to allow a delay in fencing the
please
Festivities for the 20 year reunion call Mara Ph. 2829169. 30. However the :20 foot wide paved clearly: define lot boundaries. til adjacent property Is developed.At .
of the BHS Class of 1970 is scheduled In seeking approval street Will meet city specifications Each mobile home will have skirt present,property on either side of
for Friday and Saturday nights, Tough Love... ject, Odom asked cost: with 6 inch compacted limerock ex- or apron between the bottom of the (be proposed park is undevelopedwoodland.
October 2627. All graduates are allow him to apply the foot beyond the edge home and the ground, on all four .
strongly urged to send in their Tough Love, a parents support ing water to the facility against the tendingvecome topped with 1.25 Inches sides. The park is located across the
reservation forms and money to group, meets every Thursday evening impact fees.According: to Odom,the of asphaltic cement. Street lighting will be Installed In road from the Bradford-Union Vo-
Mary Sue Tomlinson ASAP to help at 7 p.m., in the Presbyterian impact fees amount to approximately Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal accordance wltb code requlremenls. Tech Center. Weldon Street is also
cover the costs of the reunion. Church on East Call St., including $19 000 for the 25 site trailer park, reported to the council that the proposed A Z5 foot buffer zone wID be main- known as CR-229 and BrownleeRoad.
Please send$40 per couple or$20 holidays. and true cost of running water lines mobile home park will meet tained on each side of the park, at- .
per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, Dealing with problems in familyrelationships will amount to some $16,000. all specifications in the Starke ZonIng -
RFD 5, Box 7641, Starke, 32091. especially between Councilman Travis Woods proposed Ordinance, Section 9.2.1-7. o -
For additional information, call parents and adolescents and older
a three man committee composed The ordinance: requires a
Cindy Futch, ph. 964-8953, or David children, Tough Love Is a self-help of Jerome Kelly Odom's minimum of five acres for a mobile
KIrkland, ph. 473-2372. program engineer on the project, City home park, with a maximum densi- The
QeautiqueStark
Everyone Welcome. There Is no Engineer Don Ruckman and City ty of seven homes per acre. Olivia
BHS Alumni... charge: to participate. Operations Manager Bill Weldon Estates will have five homes per
and make recommendationto acre, less road in the
BHS alumni are planning acentennial meet a right-of-way
celebration of Bradford Square Dancing... the city council. The proposal five acre parcel. The center road (J. .Stark, Florida 32091i
High School, which will be 100 found agreement with Odom and the will have 12 sites on one side and 13 $04)964-4077)
years old In 1991. The Silver Stars Square Dance council. on the other, for a total of 25 i
A new 'B' Book will be published. Club will be at the Lawtey Community Construction plans were submit- homes!tos. u.,
If you have any pictures and an- School three Monday even- ted to Bessent, Hammack and Each lot will meet or exceed the
nuals that you would like to donate Ings, October 15. 22 and 29, Ruckman, Inc., city engineeringfirm 4,500 square feet required in a MH I & seth WALl '
or loan to us, please send to Alumni 7:30-9:30: p.m. For more informa- last July, and after a review, park and all sites will meet or ex- Joy (
Association or call Linda tion, call ph. 9642917.Par.nt' .
Hildebran-964-6800. If your name perms WelCOk
was left out of the 'B' Book pleaselet Day... Horses Are Zoning Violation: $25

us know. Plans are for the new For parents of special needs ,
book to have more history and pic- children, The Florida Diagnosticand Court to Decide Two Cases & stYe
tures of our school and community. Learning Resource System will $8 cut
The BUS Alumni Association is sponsor a "Parent Day" at Two cases In which horses are being rules require at least one acre and
sponsoring a membership drive. Southside Elementary School, kept in violation of zoning re- two horses are the maximum allowed I
Join today. If your membership has Saturday, October 20, from 9 a.m. qulations win be the subject of legal O'Neal says. V4 Full Service Salon"I
lapsed, renew today.Annual dues to 1 p.mFeatured proceedings, the Bradford County
are $5. Send checks to Alumni speaker will be Jim ,Commission decided Monday, Sept.
Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke, Brandenburg, whose topic will be -1ft_ .
32091. Dale Brown, President. "Parent/Child communication.: Zoning Director Darrell O'Nealwas

Mlddleburg Festival... authorized to turn the two cases I
Festival of the Arts... over to the State Attorney's Office NOTICE OF
The Historic Mlddleburg Festival here to proceed with court action.
Is seeking artists and crafters to The Santa Fe Community College One case Is Jack Thompson in Lots'
needs workers for the 5th annual 72, 74 and 78 in Crystal Lake,
Starke Festival of the Arts, set for
Homeslte first
Thompson was
Permit October 27 fc 28. If can help, BUDGET HEARING
you notified of tha-vtolaUontn'June,.Tim 1WM
call SFCC at 964-5382 or the ,
other case Is Robert Wells on Lot 81-
( IA) .
; age .Chamber, of Commerce, 964-5278.
of _|n Deerwoodv3ubdvlson.:
non-conforming -
lot has a continuous The Festival of the Art has (Longchamp)on tJS-301aouth. Wells TheTowir.ofaBrooker4has.teritativelyd 1 I:-' r h..?
frontage with a larger tract under opened an office at 200 East Call was notified Aug. 1 of the violation.
the same ownership, such lot or lots St., on the second floor. The office
shall be ''combined to form one or will be open Monday, Wednesdaysand The violation is a misdemeanor, adopted a Budget for Fiscal Year 1990-91. A
more building
requirements of the" district in which in the county Jail or a $600 fine, or Public Hearing to make a Final Decision
they are located. Former Workers... both. on
Attorney Brown said Mrs. Jessie

when Roddy zoning, who owned became the effective lots in,1978 hadvested find Camp people Blanding that worked is attempting at Blanding to residential Hones are coning not permisslable classification In a the Budget and Taxes will be held on

from 1940-46 and
request names

rable. In interests effect.that Mrs.aren't Roddy transfer-could and be sent addresses to: Camp of former Blanding workers Reu- granted without a for special that use.exception Owners being have Monday, September 24, 1990 at 7:00 p.m. at
have built house
a on each of the four been notified they are in violation.
lots, but subsequent owners do not nion Florida, P.O., 32091.Drawer A, Stance, The remedy Is to remove the horses Town Hall Hwy 18 Brooker Florida.
have that right. ,
These people will be Invited to or acquire the special exception. ,
The ordinance does
not
specifically the Museum and Memorial Park Neither party has responded to any
address vested rights, transfer- notice from the zoning office.
rable or not. Dedication ceremony, Nov. 24 and Zoning

When Longchamp Homes, Inc. 25, at Camp Blanding. -,
bought the lots its Please send a self addressed
only option, according -
to Brown's opinion, is to stamped Call envelope. CITY OF HAMPTON FLORIDA
combine the four lots into two home 964-7830, 473,2859 or 4732352to
sites, thus the lots become conforming get on the mailing list detailing 1990-91
in size and the problem resolved. the dedication week-end.

U Mrs. Roddy has sold the four General Fund Estimated Revenues and Expenditures
lots to four individuals; each of the
four owners could have built houses,

since the remedy could not be applied REVENUES MISCELLANEOUS: REVENUES
according to O'Neal. THE FIRE
During the hearing for the special INTEREST 200.00
exception, Richard Jockel asked if TAXES QUALIFYING: FEES
280.00
he could build on a lot that joins his BURNS ON .
home in Southgate Subdivision. PROPERTT TAXES 1.0881857.00 '. .

O'Neal told him that he could not LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX 1535.00 .. ESTIMATED CAEHUCaRRY OVERTOTAL 15500.00
build on the lot, but he could sell the. FRANCHISE( FEES 9047.00UTILITY
lot and the new owner could build -
TAXES 3885.00 ESTIMATED REVENUES: AND
since the new owner would have no
way to remedy the situation, but Senior Adult Day CASH,CARRY OVER 96770.00
Jockel, owner of adjacent property LTOCENSES AND PE1M'l'SOCCUPATICNAL
could meet the remedial
quirements.In re- LINufcrfefcS:: 450.00 .EXPENDITURESADMINISTRATIVE

the meantime, another owner BUILDING PERMITS 200.00
has sought a permit to build on anoncrming .
lot,which have 31750.00
may
been owned along with adjacent PnERCXVERNMEOTAL REVENUES STREET: : DEPARTMENT 27000.00

lots, by the same individual several CIGARETTE AND MOTOR FUEL TAX 32191.00 POLICE DEPAR3M 1' 26820.00

years ago. Thus, the Zoning Office Jg CENT SALES .TAX 12178.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT 43000.00:
must now require a title search to
determine if a permit can legally be 2 CENT CIGARETTE TAX 2632.00 RECREATION DEPARTMENT J3000.00
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Issued. ... MOBILE IDlE TAX 550.00 SANITATION DEPARTMENT! 4200.00
O'Neal says more than half the 50.00 _
lots In R1A classification
are nonconforming -
countywide.Cutback. FINES AND FORFEITURES 2400.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES: 96770.00



CITY OF HAMPTON FLORIDA

(from page 1A) Us At The 1990-91
ion-of lottery dollars, Supt. Duncan Join : : Budget

said.One reason the schools don't get Starke Church Water Fund Estimated Revenues-and ExpendituresI -

cut as much as other agencies Is the ,
Increase in required local effort of of God I "c', -

property taxes. OPERATING: REVENUES I .,.,., 1h. ,
Florida school superintendents 422 N. St. Clair Street WATER SERVICE CHARGE: flOOOO.OO k iI. i-
feel they have obligations for this Starke. Florida '32091 r r

,fiscal year which Is one-fourth gone I.., .... Y
already.. They hope to use TOTAL ES'l'IMM'EDRE.VENUES : 20000.00' :

categorical funds to get through this As We Honor Our .-
fiscal year, then adjust In the new OPERATING: EXPENSES AND DEBT .
SERVICE
< :n "
ii" : .
budget year. The eu year .. I
more '
may necessitate haying kids In Senior Adults! ,'. ...'

the classroom and leas money In SALARY : .,', '. 5000,00 -
supplies, and Supt. Duncan wouldrather ",1 ,
Sunday "
,
Morning .
continue through this budget UTILITIES -' .;, : 3600.00

year, rather Ulan go In and: chop It September 23, 1900- I 'D\GE\ :. '.1 '. 200.00
off right DOW/ MATERIALS
3700.00
The original 1800,000 cutback; l1OOA.M.
RESERVE & SINKING FUND
figure was discussion about applying 2400.00G.E.
a five percent across-the-board CAPITAL 5100.OO.
cut. But those figures were revised Sunday Evening
because of the lottery funds and the I
tat. school trust fund built up over 6:00 EM. TOTAL ESTIMATED> EXPENSES AND DEBT SERVICE 20000.00_
,the last few years, Duncan said.








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RI" olu r'Rudf'et;:' to Exceed S 100.000for First Time.....

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by Butler Rohn plans for the exact amount of money residents within the city limits,and Jim McGlnnla i'ingfthe tree to on city property in Stalnaker countered that be would
KT*Mf Writer provided by the state. has never received a housing grant. Annie Tetstone order for the council to consider put one in if the city would agree to a
The Brooker council opened itS This year, the grant funds dried However, it Is now in process of applying Charlie Green compensation.No salary Increase. Davis said the
regular faceting Tuesday, Sept:11; up,and Brooker is faced with payingNCFRPC for one.. $375,000 in grant funds la being budget doesn't provide for it
Mlh a tint public hearing on As tentative for the work. Last Thursday night, Sept.-a:the .ought Telephone... Stalnaker said be can be reachedby
1990-91 millage and 122,721 has proposed to do the council met in special) session..to It seems that Fire Chief Tony calling his father's home,which
budget propo aJ. Job for$0,000.Starke determine which of two applicants Mini-Storm... 'Stalnaker Isn't fire chief after all. la nearby, by radio or beepers. The
City Clerk Charlene Thomas ; Attorney Terence Brown will represent the town In making Last Sunday afternoon a mini- According to city by-laws. Councilman lack of a telephone has not precludedhis
reported the budget committee has offered to do the Job for$4,500,a application for a grant, and if successful storm visited Brooker. downing George Pierce Is the fire cor- being called out for a. fire,
recommended adopting the rolled savings of 10 percent.Brown pointedout In obtaining the grant,in ad- trees, breaking off largo limbs and dinator and Stalnaker. the assistant Stalnaker said..
back rate of.899 mills for the incom- his firm's experience and exper- ministering it. scattering debris in streets andY fire cordinator. A couple of council members said
ing year;reduced from.938 mills imposed tise in dealing with grants through The two applicants were Fred Fox However,.the lengthy discussion they have attempted to reach
last year,but which will bring its years of serving as counsel for Enterprises and Clark, Roumells It Marge limb fell on AWe Mae centered: around Stalnaker's not Stalnaker' and failed, and have
In the same amount 0:tax dollars. the City of Starke., Associates. Raulerson's car, and she has asked having a telephone, rather than his driven out to his home only to find
Council members A.B.Adams and Following a lengthy discussion, a the city to pay for repairs. title. him gone.
Sue Davis teamed on a motion. to accept Council Chairman George Pierce roll call vote was taken, with Fred Adams said the tree is outside the Stalnaker said be didn't have a Mayor Bigham says the town
the recommendation. 'said there Is no requirement for the Fox Enterprises getting four of the road right-of-way and the city has telephone when he was hired,and it should fund a telephone for the chiefas
Clerk Thomas sald.the estimated town to pay for the" planning, and five votes. no responsibility La the accident. A was not an issue at the time, a tool of his trade.
budget will consist of'$84.721 in "let the state do it. The council appointed an advisory map of the town shows the road although be agreed that he could "Are we that tight& Are we that
general funds and total the The council voted to award the committee to work with the grant rightrof-way to be 60 feet wide,with certainly use a telephone,but having cheap. or are" we lust trying to get.
water s'lter a budget of contract to Attorney Brown. administrator composed of the the tree Just beyond 30 feet from the one Installed at his expense Is not a rid ofThe Tony Bigham asked.
122,721, putting the city's budget following residents: center of the road. priority with him. council took no action on themayor's
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over the$100,000 mark for the first Housing Grant. Johnnie Green The council agreed Ms.Raulersonwill Davis said the chief should Install recommendation nor pursued -
time. The new total will require the ,t. Brooker,has almost"no minority Cleone Hazen have to provide a survey show- a telephone In his home, but the matter further.
town to have a "full scale audit"
said Councilman Gene Melvin. -
Small towns,with budgets not ex-
ceeding $100,000,are not required to
have the same comprehensive Ifi NOTICEOFBUDGETHEARmGThe
audits as larger towns and cities.
Both the pillage and budget motions -
were passed unanimously on
roll-call votes,in which each council,
member was polled individually.. of Florida has
City Hampton, tentatively adopted.a
Land Use Plan...
In former years the state has Budget for Fiscal Year 199091. A Public Hearing on the

given updating subdivisions Comprehensive Land funds Use for Budget.and Taxes will be held on Friday, September 28,

Plans Florida(CLUP Regional), and Planning North Central Council 1990, at 7:00 P.M. at the Hampton City Hall, Hampton,

(NCFRPC) has been preparing the
i ,,4c/f J:> Florida.

Am. Legion Sets The following is a summary of tale City of Hampton


Award Banquet Ta ke \, Budgets.for the Fiscal Year ending September 30, 1991. a


The American Legion, Jones,
Langford. White Post 56, and the
scheduled Unit 116. have
a joint dinner meeting
September 25, 7 p.m. at the PoetHome $ BUDGET SUMMARY

The on girl Edwards and two Road.boys who participated OFF Town of Brooker fiscal Year 1990-91 The Proposed Operating Budget

in the girls state and boys Expenditures of the Town of Brooker are 1.196 More Than .
state
programs this summer will .
report to the Post on their activitiesand Last Year's Total Operating Expenditures.
experiences in Tallahassee.The
set up a "51st state" and
prams business of governmentfor $29.99or PROPOSED MILLACE .899 ..
one week each summer.
Awards to be presented at the more GENERAL FUND REVENUE
meeting include Fireman' the .
Year and Policemen of the Year.
Other awards will be made,giving Brand Estimated Revenue October 1, 1990 through September 30, 1991
financial support to several chariti- Name
ble and civic organizations in the
area. State Revenue Sharing------------------------------$27,996.00
All post and unit members and Local Option Gas----------------------------------- 11,000.00One
spouses are asked to attend this anneal ATHLETICS Half Cent Sales-------------------------------- 12,050.00AdvaloruraTaxes
awards banquet. n'-.1" dJl .
if{ ; ->-r- --'-----------'--''------rr-------- 1,500.00.
fI: occupational' ''1'aKes"-----: *" .--""' -""-------.-- 200..00Mobile .
Building JV'' -" : -rrrr: : :
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"Home'l.'icens'eiXX --------------- 400.00

Building Permits----------------------------------- 200.00
(from page lA).
raise the money, but it may take Beverage License----------------------------------<- 100.00

longer." Fines, Bonds, and Forfeitures---------------------- 1,000.00
.The city and the railroad share a
claim to a/strip of land between the Sanitation Fees------------------------------------ 8,000.00
building and the railroad,which can ippcHlIpsfcc 2 Cent Cigarette Tax------------------------------- 2,746.00
be resolved by the giving the
city Bradford County Recreation Funds------------------- 500.00
college claim"deed At-
a"quit City
Interest (C/D, Money Market Mow)------------------ 2,000.00
torney Terence Brown said.The college ,
could then negotiate with the ** M Miscellaneous-------------- ----------------------- 2,000.00
railroad for some type of agreementfor
From Fund Balance---------------------------------- 15.029.32
use of the property. The college I -
does not plan to put a building on the $84,721.32
contested property,but plan to use it |3 convepse |
for an open space.Councilman WATER FUND REVENUE
Vernon Barber ex-
pressed concern for the Kiddie Park
on the east side of the building,built, Cashier will take $10 off at register! Estimated Revenue October 1, 1990 through September 30, 1991
and given to the city by the Kiwanis :
Club last
year. Revenue Sharing------------------------------------$10,000.00
Steve Denmark said the Kiwanis
Club built the:,park with the Water Collections---------------------------------- 16,000.00
I understanding that It may have to be Interest (Now, Honey Market, and Reserve ) ---------- 2,000.00
moved if the city found some other
use for the property. He indicated Fund, Balance--------------------------------------- 10rOQO.QO
the club may solicit city help; in mov- $38,000.00
ing the playground equipment to .
another site, possibly WainwrightPark. DONT GET CAUGHT SPENDING TOO "
MUCHI! TOTAL REVENUE-------------------------------------$122,721.32
Mayor'Silcox assured the city DEERFOOTVILLAGE
would assist"in any way possible. 1371 South Walnut. GENERAL FUND DISBURSEMENTS
Detailed plans for the building are
contained the statement next to Wal-Mart-STARKE

presented to the council by Noegel.A Open 10- 9 dally; 12. 6 Sun. Estimated Expenditures October 1, 1990 through .

plans detailed can be found statement in B-section of SFEC of Sale ends Saturday, Sept.29. so hunylRe September 30, 1991
Ihla-edition.. General Administration=------------------------$ 45,396.00
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Streets and Lights--------------------------------- 14,420.32

Parks and Recreation------------------------------- '1,200.00

\eC\ C ;:fll1ty. Maintenance---------------------------------------- 5,695.00

jssl0 Sanitation Department------------------------------ 5,60000
D' ner Fire Department------------------------------------ 6,500.00

8t.4 Police Department--------------------------------- 5710.00

$ 84,721.32WATER


'Joe Riddick"A .. I


REVENUE DISBURSEMENTS

Working Commissioner"
..- Estimated Expenditures October 1, 1990 through
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September 30, 1991 .
Maintenance on Chlorlnator-------------------------$ 1,000.00

Proven Chlorinator Class C Operator Salary-------------- 3,500.00One .
Your Vote ,and Half Postage Billing--------------------------- 150.00

Representation Support on One Half of Cards Billing-------------------------- 300.00

and Leadership fo Insurance on Tank----s ----------------------------- 1,000.00

OCT. 2 Meter Reader Salary.-------------------------------- 1200.00
Your District ,
: Will Be MostAppreciated One Half of Clerks Salary-------------------------- 2,400.00
Your 1966 Bond Issue------------------------------------ 3,200.00

Your ogionunty 1981 Bond Issue---------==------------------------- 3,500.00

Meters, Locks, Pipe, and Equipment----------------- 1,100.00

Repair to Lines------------------------------------ 1,000.00

Emergency Reserve---------------------------------- 15,450.00
i Workmans Comp.------------------------------------- 200.00

Miscellaneous-------------------------------------- 4.000.00

The Candidate with Proven Knowledge and $ 38,000.00

understanding of MAJOR Issues of Great =
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS---------: --------- ----------122721.32

.. 'Importance. facing our' People these next four'years. i

"t'/ '"':: "I'Still make house calls"Pd.:" T' ; Tim 'TENTATIVE.' ADOPTED. AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE EN THE

Pol.ADI.- Cern.I OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.





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'::I ;(.r.J": fDil! Q;.Bril" ) :iLS\ ;. Hearing on Lake Geneva Canal Dredging


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"" Filling Dispute Set for September .




Statements in Martinez School Ad .
A public meeting win be held Wednesday x
Challenged for Accuracy ,Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. In the Keystone
Height City Hall In an effort to settle a PAKADISIIAKI isQ ,
long-standing dispute over the dredgingand
subsequent filling of a small canal
Florida's daily newspapers, with their percent.In between two bodies of water in the l
southwestern part of Lake Geneva near v KEYSTONE
large staffs of political analysts, are performing spite of the Governor's proposed Paradise Point.

a worthy service to the voting negative campaign of TV ads against controversy E$To $ }H EIGHTS
The arose as a result of
public by exposing negative political Chiles, we are reminded by other drought conditions in the Keystone 726$
advertising for what it is, in most cases "uewswatchers" that the Governor laud- Heights area which have caused Lake GOl1 )
distortions and exaggerations of the ed Chiles' Senate record when he (Mar- Brooklyn to all but dry uP..r.and has sent ctn. a L__:

truth. tinez) was running for Governor in 1986. the water level In Lake Geneva plum-
meting to an historic low,separating its
The latest critical analysis of a "neg- At that time, one of his television com- waters into five separate lakes or r, c, v
ad" was from the pen of the mercials pictured him saying: "From ponds. .. .

Times-Union's Randolph Pendleton, who Reubin Askew to Lawton Chiles, Florida Although the area served by the canal '
has been'covering the Tallahassee has been famous for government in the Is mostly In Clay County Ills also a tNelson'sI K! oNz..o

political scene for twenty years. Sunshine..." matter of concern to some 50 residents 'I % i2 Point $
whose homes are on the Bradford Coun- .
This "Political Ad-Check" targeted He was obviously referring to Chiles' ty side of the county line which splits ""' ,
Martinez's newest TV commercial sponsorship of a Federal Sunshine Law the western tip of Lake Geneva. f ;\, A'K ; ,

depicting the Governor in the role oI patterned after Florida's, requiring The dispute started when affluent .r Location o -(' v i ,;,', :' ,' "; '.

"retired teacher" sitting on a school desk Federal agencies to open up most of their property owners in the Paradise Point Canal ,< ":: fJ' IN E V A" ; .

tossing a bright red apple into the air meetings to the public.In area could no longer navigate their -'., l'foJl1:7'J!: '!: \ ;tp".:.....;....:':..
boats through a small canal to gain ac- ; '.' ,197., ,: l'' ;;. 'tn" :, ,.
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while boasting about boosting "our this four-year-old commercial Mar- t. ', ,.: ', : !(f" ,
cess to the major part of Geneva from ', /h"s" :r "
state's investment in education 56 per- tinez went on to say, "As Governor, I'll their property due to the low water QoYS ,'. 1/ ,.; :" '"',"'hl, ; 1,1'! ;" .. : I
cent in the past four years". make certain that the public's business is level. They took the bull by the horns ;';' ;' '///fl"; 'f.,:, ','
and had the canal widened and deepened .', ,, '", ;'i'foir,' "I, ,, !. .
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conducted in But the after he : f '+ : '
is day "
to Pendleton this claim public. ; ,
According by dredging, apparently without obtaining Rt ,::. "yn i.'y:'/- Hn9 ,;. 1
open to dispute, and he goes on to explain was sworn in as Governor, the promisefell a new permit from the Department *RADFORD/CLA tr r. ;Z' ;:,
that nearly $1 billion of the education- flat when he held a private luncheon /of Environmental Regulation. \ COUNTY LINE ,'.Il", :,

Increase came from the lottery, with no meeting with top GOP lawmakers. It was Objections were raised by other property TwX .

thanks to Martinez, who openly opposedit further eroded during the 1987 legislative owners who maintained thatshrubbery '
in the beginning.And session when Martinez top aides met with and dirt In a navigable ? .\? LAKE
lawmakers at a famous beerandpizzaparty waterway were pushed onto the banks NYTt'' NEON
there be other problems with of the canal seed '
and
may grass planted on lAK!
to the final version of
Martinez's school finance posturing, ac- put together top, causing a potential threat to the ors
the the so-called"infamous"sales tax on ser- lake. It was also charged that the
cording to Pendleton, who points to
vices. The public's negative reaction to dredging operation filled in both ends of
in student in the last
growth population
that one caused Martinez to do a double- Roses Island a beauty spot off-shore l\\ '' .
few the
According to figures from
years. from Paradise Point thus affecting not ICHO
switch that cost him dearly in the loss of
House Committee there south of"what
Appropriations only property owners us- e> 7i!

are 355,000 more students now in public voter confidence.Not ed to be an. Island",but also"all of LakeGeneva" - ... ......... ,
schools 1 community colleges, and universities content with his $7 million nest egg,
than there were in 1986-87. That the Governor raised another easy Following complaints from residents this aggressive act by Mr.Jett with the Mr.Jett and his fellow commissioners'
means the amount spent per student on $100,000 on a quick visit with Republican of the area, the Clay County Commission approval of the DER does and will have reasoning for this harmful act and why
education increased 33 in the bigwigs in Washington last week not contacted DER and offered to a seriously negative effect on the lake, did they volunteer Clay County tax
only percent
restore the canal to Its original condi- not to mention what It does to my pro- funds and Clay County Public WorksDepartment's
last four years,rather than the 56 percent quite as productive as the haul of big tion. The county subsequently "filled perty values." time when this work was

Martinez claims in his apple-tossing ad. bucks garnered by President Bush on a the canal to an elevation of more than Commissioner Jett said that the done on State-owned property
"And that doesn't take into political fundraiser for ex-Democrat Bill three feet above the 96-foot elevatio Involved in the original dredging parties of Perhaps a tighter rein was taken on
even ac-
Grant in Tallahassee last week. In spiteof mentioned In DER'sletter," according' the canal also violated other laws including what Clay County tax funds are used
count increases in inflation
that have
representing some area for, the people living on Lake Geneva
to an attorney
the threat of impending war, Bush still failure to remove the dirt totally -
eaten 20 percent of the might not have to be assessed higher
up money property owners. from the site. Mrs. Urban said that
has time for fishing, golf, and money- She also asked if
Pendleton adds. He also reminds us that DER exempted them from the usual taxes this year.
1 jthe Florida Education Associa- raising.So According to a letter written by Mrs. permitting process since a permit had Bradford County commissioners were

: tion/United rapped Martinez for short- watch those TV commercials, folks Urban, a property owner, to GovernorBob previously been Issued to another property notified County's and Intention consulted to do regarding the "restora-Clay

changing education while increasing but watch them with a grain of salt anCldon't Martinez soliciting his help"On or owner. "In 1969 we proceededwith tion" work on Lake Geneva.
about May 3, 1990. Clay County Public the maintenance dredging because
spending for prisons by 107 percent and be overwhelmed until you read the Works,under the direction and supervision of concern for our lake's lack of circulation Jett had earlier said that opponents of
health and rehabilitative services by 75 analysis, separating fact from fiction. of Commissioner James Jett,came due to continuing drought condi- the work done on the canal had

in and literally sealed us off from the tions," she said. refill the taxpayers with a law

.. main lake by completely filling In the In a letter to area this suit."I've turned it over to our attorney
""e.naI.lnother4'Ol'Ck,we no longer live- -""' newspapers wtaaald that If they.ue4hBjaxpayers..rne .
; : "Wwee: ,Lillian Davisworth of GainesvillepolnWdfcutn ?
I : Jim-Minter for Secyof StateDeserves ;,, on Lake Geneva as my property deed,, that! ,LakeEGe evIt taa wovra'I"c: p counter: suit
I describes, nor do we have access to it,. f 1 meandered lake and tberafore.thfl Jake b,..... the
Further, there Is no canal and there is bottom is owned and controlled by the t covet
Careful ConsiderationMost no Island; we are landlocked. I believe State of Florida.She asked: "What was and dredge as a result" of this im-
proper and fill.

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voter attention in the First and a Tallahassee man (Jim Minter) who Lake Problem Be Heard 20
Reports on to
Primary was centered on the hotly con- has a lot of governmental experience, Brooklyn Sept. J

tested races for Governor, to the extent and resigned as associate editor and col- '

that some other important contests were umnist at the Tallahassee Democrat to Preliminary reports on the mysteryof years In relation to lake levels, Is due has dropped more than 17 feet to a new
more or less neglected in the voting offer himself as the Democratic nominee declining water levels in Brooklynand for completion by mid-October historic low, and is now a series of
other lakes In the Keystone Heights rather than unified lake.
ponds a
booth. lev Secretary of State. area will be discussed at a public Sources that have seen advance
One of these meeting tonight,Thursday, Sept. 20, In drafts of the report, however have expressed The extreme low levels have hurt
was the selection of a Minter is well versed in Florida's dissatisfaction with the lack of Keystone's economy which was largely
Democratic nominee for Secretary of government, having been an aide to a Hydraulic engineers city from hall the at St.7 Johns p.m. more specific information obtained by based on weekend vacationers, as well

State to oppose incumbent Jim Smith in former Speaker of the House, a River Water Management District and the SJRWMD engineers. Barbara as visiting fishermen and water sports
the November General Election. Due to speechwriter for former Governor the University of Florida will meet with Vergara, director of the district's fans. As the waters have receded, so
pre-Primary lack of advertising and Reubin Askew, and aide to former concerned property owners in the Lake ground water program, admitted have real estate values, where some
'We're not going to have all the former lakefront properties now re-
Region areas
media attention the names of competing Secretary of ;State: George Firestone. ; answers,but we should have enough In- quire a quarter mile walk or more to I
candidates in this race were relatively Like Lawton Chiles, he sees the need for The draft reports are part of a$50,000 formation to Indicate where to go from reach the water.
unknown.The sweeping reform of Florida's election surface water engineering study con- here."
ducted by the St.Johns Water Manage- It's a serious matter, but even hard-
two top candidates in the First laws and a no-nonsence reform of cam- ment District with the cost shared The Etonia system serves as the hit property owners can chuckle over '
Primary for Secretary of State were paign financing practices as the only way equally by Clay County and the district. primary feeding area for the Floridan the story of a family who had visitors II
aquifer, the major source of drinking from the North,and the first thing they ,
to restore control of government to the Purpose of the study is to determine
Alcee and Jim II
Hastings Minter neitherof
whether recent physical changes In the water for North Florida. wanted to know was why everybody on I.
believes the time is
He
whom had statewide people. long past Lake built their docks and
name recognition watershed area have had an adverse effect Some Keystone area residents blame Brooklyn I:
although Hastings, a former Federal due to remove the stranglehold of "bigmoney" on water levels and flows of the Up- the low lake levels on 18JIcl-1X DiIIII companies boat houses up on dry land !
judge had been in the news frequently for from our government, state and per Etonia Creek basin drainage that pump large quantities of Some observers think that leakage
several years because of his criminal ac- national, and restore the election processto system starting In a chain of lakes in water from the aquifer for their opera- through a porous, sandy bottom accounts -
tions which eventually led to his impeach- the people. He wants to set up a the Camp Blandlng reservation and ex- tions. for 60 to 70 percent of water loss

ment from his judgeship. Although this publicly-financed Fair Campaign Prac- tending to the Putnam Hall area. Lake Geneva at Keystone Heights in Lake Brooklyn, and.perhaps 50area

notoriety was far from favorable tices Fund for State election races to A separate study by University of has dropped an estimated 12 to 15 feet percent lakes. In the other (
Florida engineers, examining the the and Lake
"level the playing field" for candidateswho during drought, Brooklyn
Hastings' name was "recognizable" on dearth of rainfall in the area in recentLetters
the ballot and no doubt gained him many face an opponent who puts excess
votes. amounts of his own money into the cam-

paign.A .
On the other hand the
name of Jim -

voters Minter did although not ring he a has bell a with creditablerecord most strong environmentalist with an to the Why Weren't Residents of Clay I Bradford
Florida's II
of of
awareness history destroying -
in both public and private life. the qualities that once made it a fiI Editor Consulted on Lake Geneva Canal Filling? ;

Although the Governor's race got most paradise, Minter says he will focus on

of the attention in the First Primary, the protecting water supplies and en- 'might not have to be assessed higher- 51 C'"lw"neD Further were the Bradford
i notified and
office of Secretary of State is one of the vironmentally endangered lands and taxes this year. Road maintenance Is l
Letter to the Editor regarding Clay County's Intention -
most important in the Florida Cabinet. cleaning up toxic waste dumps. : lacking In certain areas of Clay County, to do the "restoration"work on
Like all Cabinet members, he holds a lama native of Florida and 30-year for Instance,,Alderman Road.If Lake Geneva Does the Clay County
vote to the Governor's with resident of this area. I am also very Commission not work for the people.
equal respectto the State thought these canals were
between
is much concerned '
The choice a about environ
our
easy well aa with the ? In this
edUcation State resources, law en- ment. dug too deep or too wide (it Is my people case I
defrocked Federal
discredited and
think
judge 0041'!'
State understanding this was never proven)
forcement, purchasing highway Davisworth
and a man who has a clean record andwants wasn't this problem addressed Lillian
safety and tax collection. to do something about restoringFlorida's For a number of years I have visited with State funds Why did Mr. Jett GainesvilleThanks
relatives on Alderman Road which runs write to the Department of Environmental -
of the
Because their low-profiles Cabinet government to people. Now
parallel to Lake Geneva. In the past 6months for the ,
seats sometimes begging for that the facts are better known about the Regulations volunteering Ramps,
qualified observed
go I both ends of Rows to "restore" the waterways? Anyone Whoever You Are
candidates, and this year is no exception.That two men offering themselves for the high Island being filled. Why was this done that baa observed these sites can see
is doubtless why the race for office of Secretary State we believe and what was the purpose of pushing there Is no resemblance to what was Dear Editor,

Democratic nominee of Secretary of that Jim Minter will and deserves to shrubs and and then dirt In a navigable waterway there In the past. Who said that Bradford County

State has narrowed down to a former be top man in the October 2 Second top What could planting possibly grass be seed more on I believe not only are the people southof 'doesn't care about its Senior Citizens
and
Federal JudgeHastings( ) who was impeached Primary to run as Democratic nomineein harmful to the lake? what used to be an Island affected,' September handicapped 13 I was back residents at the? On'
but all of Lake Geneva has been at-
and removed from ,the bench the November 6 General Election. ford County Courthouse and they hive
fected. There to be
seems a question
It Is understanding that when the
my
begun to build some decent handicap
,
now that the geological size of Lake
first the lakes
surveys In They don't to be finished -
ramps. appear
earlyto1Y20's Geneva has been altered well
as as
Florida In the both ends ofRoess property
of residents ,but they have at least made a start,
descriptions living on
Island were open waterways. la Lake and I was very happy to see it.
Geneva not to mention denying
it not true that Lake Geneva is a
awo.oaa c meandered lake and the State of residents riparian rights. Although we, the Senior Citizens,are
SRI t -toMim_ Florida owns and controls all Why wven.t' residents of Lake being taxed to death. It helps to know
meandered lake bottoms Geneva .consulted on this issue, you are at least making convenient
4p apt especially when Bradford County for us to get into the courthouse.AcOnceraadDLaWed. .
iG
acM What was Mr. Jett and his fellow residents as well as Clay County -
,,gAytlC commissioners' reasoning for this residents are suffering. the conse- Citizen
O BOB G.FEJtGVSCiNJOHN fct MILLER harmful act and why did they volunteer .,

[_. PubUihcr Clay County tax funds and Clay County c=:-_ L.' a. ,. .I I
'iTIO Public Works Department's tune when
PubCihed each Thursday and entered on Second dan Matter at this work was done on State owned pro-,
the Port Office at Stark.Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. party Could County's time
beat
Phone 964-6305 and ?
&berr non arr.1Iade ANa!16.00 ta9.oo sic money more wisely
per ysas monftot
P.O.erow.r A:StaAce.llorldo Perhaps If a tighter rein taken
0utIIde Tnm.: A..a:.17.00 per v+ar:19.60 Wt mordht was on
.what Clay County tax funds are used The U.S. Mint
for, the people living on Lake Geneva Tnast.' one aeeMently printed en a run of gold coins: "In Gold We






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ocial 'Events 1 Upcoming Events

70th
Birthday
S Celebration Set For
] Appreciation Program Louie B. Starling Thomas

Set for Saturday Family members daughters

Lawtey Church of Christ will host Judy Betty and Frankie, and
All social to Appreciation Program Saturday, friends are Invited to help Louie
items must be submitted by Tuesday 5 pm, Sept.22 at 7 p.m. Belle Starling Thomas celebrate her
for publication on the following The church Is located on sa 200-B. 70th Sept. 28.
Thursday. NO birthday Sundays
: Pastor Ben Roberts cordially In- ved between a
COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaper vites everyone to come out and bear and 4 p.m. at her sister's home

I staff. If a black & white photo is not available,please 1dM the various!singing groups. Ethel Smith on SR 225 Lawtey.

submit a color negative for printing. r

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/ 1 1r Honors for 31 Years Service....

1 .? Sawyer Gu Company owner Charles Sawyer(left,center)presents aa
# w w Inscribed plaque and clock to OweD Thornton who !II retiring from the
company after some 81 yean service as secretary and bookkeeper for the ,
Stub location.At .
I left is Jamie Thrift manager of the Starke branch and far right laVernla
Thornton husband of Owen and also an employee of Sawyer Gas of

Stark. .
Sawyer Qai now baa six locations including 1U home office in Jacksonville: Announcing
, Starke, Lake Butl r..Lake City Green Cove Spring and Jacksonville Beach. .

\ 'iif Artistic
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Gwen Thornton Retires Photograph

Darlene Eunice- Robin Hersey After Now Located in Downtown Starke
31
DMMftoarte Thomas B.Hamilton Years of Service 132 E. CALL ST.

J Darlene Eunice Robin M. Hersey, From Sawyer Gas of StarkeGwen (across street from Mitchell Drug Store)

Duane Searle Thomas B. Hamilton,

Announce EngagementSarah III Thornton, veteran of 31 The company was first formed In
To Wed Dec. 15 years service to Sawyer Gas of April, 1946, by Tom Slade, and was mum INVITED
Wainwright Eunice
of Starke,was honored at a retirement located on East Call Street in
Waldo and Emory D. Eunice of Mr. and Mrs. Doley M. Hersey of banquet held Tuesday September downtown Starke for several years
Starke announce the engagement' Starke announce the engagementand 18 at the Western Steer Steakhouse before moving to West Madison St. ThitIri.&SttDEREKALVAREZ
and approaching marriage of their approaching marriage of their Founder of the company, Tom in 1959 In December of 1959,Charles Op5oS"
daughter, Darlene Eunice of Waldo daughter,Robin Michelle Hersey,to Slade of Starke., was present, along Sawyer came Into the corporationand ? ComeBvandSeeUs N
to Duane Searle,son of Grace Searle Thomas Blake Hamilton, III of with Charles Sawyer, the present the company became known as Hoti
I of Thereua and Chester Searle of Brooker son of Mr. and Mrs. Blake owner of the company." Sawyer-Slade Gas of Starke. po; DIAmJGPOllmBlll'c\
Decherd TN. Hamilton of Brooker. The couple Mrs. Thornton was hired In July Under Sawyer's management the
The couple plans a November 3 plan to wed December IS, In Trinity 1959,when the company was locatedat business has expanded Its appliance .
wedding .In Hope Baptist Church of Bantist Church In Keystone Heights. 332 West Madison Street,where It sales and repair department into a f>
Theressa.The remained until full line of household Including '
three years ago whenit appliances .
bride-elect Robin la a graduate of Bradford
Is attended Liberty
moved to its present location at heating and air conditioningsales
University' Lynchburg.: VA and la In High Gainesville.School and is employed by HRS 1103 South Walnut Street (US-301). and service, which was added .
employed by Chance Chiropractic Mrs. Thornton was lauded by her In 1968. c&
Center. The groom-to-be Is a fellow employees of the Starke loca From the modest start on Call Professional Photographer
Thomas Is also of
graduate of the University of a graduate tion. Branch Manager Jamie Thrift Street in Starke, the company now
Florida and la employed by Chance Bradford High School and Is praised her for the contributions has outlets in six neighboring cities
with Hamilton Weddings Portraits
and Causieaux, Surveying arc employed Farms. made to the company during her 31 with its home office in Jacksonville.Lake .
EA71 All friends and relatives of the years, both In the book-keeping City, Lake Butler, Starke Aerials Special Occasions
Mends and relatives
of the
couple invited.Nathaniel department and customer relations. Green Cove Springs, Jacksonvilleand
couple are Invited to attend.Introducing. are Sawyer presented the retiree witha Jacksonville Beach all have Studio & Location
silver serving platter and a plaque branch locations.
and clock Inscribed part "For 31 During the expansion of the company 964-2184
.. years of distinguished service July a total of 14 other local companies -
1959 to Sept. 1990. In recognition of have been bought and in-
outstanding contributions..." tegrated into the Sawyer Gas parent
Dustin Lee
McElhennyMr. James company.A1PYI .
: and Mrs. Neal McElhenny of Coley. Jr.Nathaniel ,
Starke announce the birth of a son, gtih'! <'l I' I
Dustin Lee born August 29 in and Sandra Coley,Sr.of :t., t"" > SAFE. SENSIBLE.SMART.
Stands Hospital, Gainesville. He Starke announce the birth of a son >
Nathaniel James Coley, Jr., born ,( 1 sl .
weighed Ibs.3 oz.and was 20 inchesIn xl'wb "t
length. June 13 at Alachua General ," Courtnle
rtA'
-Matemat-' ndlltH'eftttt..are Hospital, Gainesville. ,<< ,', ,' d
\sr a np!t trn l i grandparents an ;Clifford f' BIRTHDAY: Erins
sari ,,nq<1g] sY rends 1"' wucom.harr :"i 4
bnfY'lf ''pJlAaar'dA11ce and-Rosa Ijee-Coloy o Ai 'I' ." (fit 0\8 av n<4) .0Ar4. nu .
yfau 01'Starke. +4lsatitt1ra11gra> IIIeIItaIlU'eJDMae.and + .III II u. viii ew cb jon .aaJn:. "jt' WhOOlQI<< ? -.
Willie Jackson of Cocoa Springs
and Ceaser and JoAnn Williams of
Benjamin Anderson Kelly Pompano Beach, Florida. September 23 That's the Weight Watchers. Difference!
Don and Lisa Kelly announce the
birth of a son, Benjamin Anderson
For 27 --.Wrtght Watchers has been wrtafs more,our meeting leaders'haveX
Kelly, born Sept. loin St. Vincent's ....
U.tl....l "-...._ Urn mnlntuul t Ilea O ] recognized as leader m helping been successful on iw Weight
millions of people laM weight.&y and Watchers .
ox.and was 19 inches long.:He joins program.So
Our
sensibly (bur-way approach (
brother.Jay 7 years 1do to weight tots Includes osrirrg your.undow-and a
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. "Sometimes a.ssfe senilMetoodplan.reeducaj. ,
aMndIng al8lf.
Doing! MvJobMalMe .
Virginia Ekard of Starke. Maternal :
aunt Is Eugenia Whitehead also of Don ol sating Affordable.Mo .
Starke. habits,an.optional .
Contracts
I Paternal grandfather Is George Late For Work'If exercise plan.and ; Join Weight
Kelly of Lawtey. Paternal great group meetings Waldrre fIlM
making ualh.smart
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. choice IWough
James D.Kelly of Lawtey. fDflghlloaa. September 30.
,r a customer needs me at six a.m., I'm there. Flexible. Plan, 1900 and.pay
Lloyd W. Gllpln, III Local senict I won't the first of coffee at the office Caring WaltOn lust lie-a
from Gainesville get cup savings' of t13-Swn,
Lloyd and KImberly G pIn,Jr. of our Faa!and Flexible. /Just$9 per weak. No contacts
Starke wish! to announce the birth of representative but thats okay. I'm proud to be with an organization Program you get to eat the cods you hidden charges: no specW coda( k)buy.
their son Lloyd William Gilpin HIa Dan Galhgan it want when you want ITS our most. Mske the smart choice..Join Weight
> born July 3 at AlachuaeneralHospital one mart mason that's almost a half-century old-the largest livable effective way to lots weight..,. watchers kxtayl

Paternal,Gainesville.grandparents are Lloyd to have why the.its Blues good health care insurer in Florida. So, put me to work

and Debra Sr.of Starke.
Gilpin behind
Maternalare Jimmy you. p -for your company. Call me Blue, = 3aM.a rwIghI....""/ D,..,.
and Linda Fowler also of ., 904-377-2511. .
today at
.: Starke.
\ \) coup n STARKE

i, Rachel Leann Best you'd ;;to find out mm,call 904.377-2511.Orsend this Ito \ First Presbyterian Church

',' Mr.and Mrs.Marty Best of Starke 2002 NW 13th Street Suite 400 Gainesville Florida 32609. 921 East Call Street
announce the birth of their daughter, I Mondays, 7 pm
Rachel Leann Best born August 30, g
In Gainesville. She Joins a sister, Home. I

HoDy Amanda age 2. Company Address_
Maternal grandparents are Hollis I For Information Call

.. and Margaret Nowlin, Panama. City
I ItauZip
Maternal great grandparent is Tom- 1-800-874-4170
mie Nowlin also of Panama. ," $
I
Paternal Yerl
and Connie grandparents Best. Paternal are great Number of Employees___ _____________
I Otw aood Sn ener 1-SmMnfcw M two.need In NattieMt Florida...aMhwi OMrgta(AM sot
grandmother la Mrs.Mae Miller,all Phone aryl VMohi WMdiMand The FaM sine FIea....Peo r iminnghMnd wdeim"-' .',--.
of Starke. : tOTMknd.mo.aiwo"
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A NEW GENERATION OF PROBLEMSBUDGET



According: to U.S. Bureau of Labor CRISIS
Statistic estimate,the Job classification r"The
with the most openings
likely/ between now and 1900 Is that have
of computer service technician. County never seems to current information on

revenues and expenses. If you never know how much money I

you have, how will you know when you're broke?

-) Good decisions require good information."


".' Let Me Meet The ChallengeGREG
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ELECT

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NEW GENERATION OF LEADERSHIP'


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Bradford High: School Cross Country Runners Improving


Tornado runners Improved Bradford's'-' Renee Daugherty, a 19:01. Heidi Whitford of KHS was of Palatka In :90:123);- soPhomore''. IS)junior Mark Harden BHS,30:21.: -- lennant :zoat. ; 4) Kevin Green
remarkably as they participated in sophomore, was second with a time' seventh in 19:04.: Paul Matchett of Palatka. 20:17; 4) 27:59; 5) Javon Cunningham, 28:00. ;
the 7th annual Middleburg High of 16:31.Daugherty has been sick fora Boy's Tuesday... 'junior Josh of Palatka,21:10: ;: The Road Runners... 6) Danny Nugent 31:41
School Cross County Invitation last couple of days and the BHS courseis Palatka High won the 3-mile boy 5) freshman Kyle O'Steen of KItS, Sonya Hodges led the Bradford JV Upcoming... ,
Saturday,Sept. 18. Blow.'.ays Coach Loner, race with a team score of 17 points. 21:29 6) sophomore, Chris Van girls In 17:34; 2) Danny Ifamm ,
There were 20 teams and over 100 Coach Loper had only three boys syckel of BUS 21:7); senior Terrence 21:23; 3) Adrlanna Hamm 22:21: ; 4) This Saturday,Sept. 22,BHS boys'and ;3: -
runners In the girl's varsity twomilerace. The number three girl was Amy running for BHS. KHS started with Simmons, Palatka. 22:22; e) Divita Williams 22:21; 5) Oklema girls, go to the Florida Community '
Pint place winner Erin Sloan Groover, a junior from KHS,with a five boys but two were sick and only junior Adam Graff. KHS, 23:11; 9) Jackson 23:24 6) Nakisha Williams College North Campus, In-
from Gainesville Buchholz with a time of 17:01. Bradford's Dawn Nail three ran.Boy's Eric!: Smith, Pal., 23:16 10) Lonnie 23:34; 7) Charlene, Wright 27:30.: vitation.
time of 12:49. Sophomore Rene finished fourth with a time of 17:34.: varsity race winner was Neabin Pal., 23:21;. 11) freshmanMitchell First Bradford boys JV runner Tuesday, Sept. 25, Bradford will
Daughterty of Bradford finished Amy Long of KHS was fifth In 18:23.: senior Josh Allen of Palatka in Gunter, BUS :! 112); 8th was Jacob Henderson in 24:56: ; 2) host Baker High and Clay High for a
48th with a time of 15:09.a sub tan- Jana Shaddlx of KHS_was,sixth In 19:03; 2) sophomore Blaine Moody grader Jacob Lendzlon.KHS.26:28; DlWltt Revels 25:51; 3) Dwavne 4 p.m race.
Improvement over the previous .. I I I III I .,I.- 1118
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week's 16:02. The second BHS run-
ner was freshman Dawn Nail who
finished 57th with a time of 15:42.

was The Bishop winning Kenny girl's of varsity Jacksonvillewith team USDA Choice Full Cut
a winning score of 45 points. $1i841 ri
The low score wins In cross country.
Winner of the boys 3-mile was ROUND STEAKI
Randy Hollinger of Gainesville ,
Buchholz in 15:52. There were 103
runners to finish the 3-mile boys USDA Choice Boneless "
course.Buchholz,with a low score of
23 points, won the boy's race.
First BHS runner was sophomoreChris
Vansyckel who finished 78th In CHUCK ROAST Lb. .
20:48,a marked Imrprovement from I 1 i 1
the previous week's time of 22:01.
Second BHS runner was freshman
Mitchell Gunter who finished 95th
with a time of 24:28.
Junior Mark Harden finished '
103rd with a time of 27:35: six Large Bell
minutes better than the previous

week.All BHS runners Improved PEPPERSLong / \

substantially over the previous I Prices In this ad
week. The Middleburg course was
good Monday
dry and fast, compared to the usual Green
muddy condition. The dry course 5tln: 17 thru
helped all the runners."I Sunday, SLICING CUCUMBERS
was really tickled that they gota
Sept. 23
tremendous lift," said Coach ,
George Loper. 1990.

The JV Race... O.

Eighth grader Sonya Hodges placed 1
19th with a time of 15:59.
Next junior high runner was sixth 3I5c
grader Divita Williams who placed
42nd In 17:29. Sixth grader Adriana
Hamm was 62nd in 19:20.: Sixth
grader Okeima Jackson was 69th in Grade A Jumbo Pack
22:02. Sixth grader Nakisha
Williams was 70th In 22:29.: Sixth
grader Charlene Wright was 71st In CHICKEN THIGHSOR
22:36. It was the first race for all the %
sixth graders. -
First BHS boy finisher was DRUMSTICKS
seventh grader was Jacob Henderson s
who placed 51st with a time of
22:40 over the 3-mile course.
Second BHS finisher was sixth
grader DiWitt Revels who place 56th
in 23:34.Third BHS runner was sixth
grader Kevin Green who was 73rd in : RED RIPE <
34:19.: Fourth BHS runner was 7th 79.0
grader was Javon Cunningham who
was 74th in 34:21. It was their first
race for the JV runners.
Coach Loper is also pleased with
the_improved performances. TOMATOESThompson I

Girl's Tuesday...
Keystone High had five girls to run Lb.
and finished first with a low score of -M'
22 points in a 3-way cross count _
race here Tuesday Sept.

Blord High race and wtpjtfowas PalatltHIgb-( Mail-1 j ) r 1 Whfte t :: ,,R ys .W
sophomore from Keystone 'SE[ 'EM1IBEKISII !'! )V Et1M19l)>i111 tri
Heights with a time of 15:40: over the

2-mile course. THIS .1 'SEEDLESSSPECIAlS


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Friday is DeadlineFor CHI KEN
Sports Sign Up GRAPES

This Friday Sept. 21, Is the Lb.
deadline to register for soccer, flag"
football, and tennis. Age determining pr -
date Is how old your child will be -- -
Sept. 21, according to Recreation
Director Cheryl Godwin.
Soccer is for ages 4-7. Clinics are 3 Lb. WessonSHORTENING
set Sept.24,25 and 27 from 3:15 to 4 10 Oz. -
p.m.at Pratt Street Field. I .1 sOUR sCREAM
Flag football, Is for ages '912. BRAN
Clinics will be conducted the same RAISIN .
days as soccer, Sept.24 25 27 from
4-5 at Pratt Street Field. "
p.m.
Games will begin the week of Oc-
tober 1. The days the games will be ;" 99

played number will who be register.determined by the .8" g 0 $1' 99

Tennis classes will begin Sept. 26.
a Wednesday. The first class will ,' 'v"' '. __ J-/ A"'i
begin at 3:15: p.m. for ages 6-12. At ;
this clinic participants will be divid- .::::=s,
ed into two classes: Beginners and r '
Advance Beginners. After the first ? Assorted Sizes &. Flavors 8 Oz. Assorted Yogurt
clinic, the beginners class will be 1'5 ,Oz.Hunts ,
from 3:15: to 4 p.m.Advanced beginners LIGHT N'
will have class from 4:15 5 FROZEN FREEZER 'QUEEN
Tennis classes are scheduled TOM"A'TO'SAUCE ,
p.m. I
nis each courts.Wednesday at Pratt Street ten- OR MORTON DINNERS LIVELY 100


football Registration$10, to fee cover for the soccer cost of and a FREEZER .

T-shirt and award,and must be paid 2/99/ .

by Recreation Tennis Sept.21.classes Department are will free.furnish The : QUEEN 89 'I' 3/$1/ tlf

balls and racquets to use In class for I I .

those Schedules who do for not soccer have a and racquet.football 4 Pack 5 Oz. Chocolate/Chocolate/ Fudge/

will handed out the day of their first 16 Oz. Food Lion Vanilla -Del MontePUDDING '

game.All of these programs can be AI.TINES.-.7 CUPS. 9MILWAUKEE'S
played by boys and girls,says Direc- S . . .'. . .
tor Godwin.



Tennis for Tots... Pka..!-.,f 12-12 Oz. Cans'. DM Coke, CatRM 3 Liter. Assorted
GALLO WINES 1"/ fel_ Diet Coke

A pre-tennis clinic for ages 4Is Burgundy, Rhine Chab Pk"Chab, '. COKE CLASSIC
set to begin Wednesday,Sept.26.by 'BEST' I KIST DRINKS
the Starke Recreation DepartmentThe Reef Rose Prem. Blush,Vin Rose' r i
clinic Is seat each Wednesdayfrom or Milwaukee'sBest 1.5 "
2:45 to 3:13 p.m. at the Pratt LT121EpkCNS $299
Street tennis courts. Sign up at the !
main office of the Starke Recreation 99 C
Department, the old armory 3.79

building. $179 Pfef. "12-12 Ox..t, +fa-swn..r..a.ts,
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Exercise Classes...

Morning exercise classes have
begun each Tuesday Thursday,and

Friday,9:30 to 10:45 a.m.No charge.set .... ." '0
Evening exercise classes are
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday., Ilierq Is ;:Jftotf'lion location neat :you: ..
5:30
at
Step exercises are set p.m. :
the aerobic and mat worksout from

6-7 1 -hour p.m. Fee workout: fis;per$10 month for the for one-the :.Deerfoot. :Village( ,Shopping Center ''I ,U.S.3Q1: :South

hour session. Instructor: Cheryl.

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Tornadoes Put On 33-O Offensive Show, Display Strong Defense Against Fernandina

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show and tome good defense that the Bradford front seven was Bradford then began a 70 yard, began getting everybody Into the
a.Bradford High went 33-0 over Fer I able to keep pressure on QB Vonnah 10-pUy drive,with QB Sheffield running game.
nandina here Friday night Sept 14. making him throw off balance.Most the end for 23 yards to the Fer- Head Coach David Rune wasn't
TTsfiig th e play-action option pass of the pressure came from Tornado nandina 10. Hankerson went over looking for another touchdown.But
to both the left and right, quarter. a.ft a. linebackers Phillip Crawford and from four-plus yards out for the TD. BUS got the football at midfield on
back Reggie Sheffield ran eight' Andy Goodowns. Jenkins' extra point kick was good. downs with under six minutes left in
time for 180 yards and two Fernandina had offensive drivesof BHS led 27-0 with 6:07 remaining In
touchdowns, one a broken field run 2,25,39,42,43 38,and 3 yards,but .the third period.
of 45 yards. On the other QB Shef- never got inside the Bradford 20 At"that point the Tornado coaches See Page 11A
field outran Fernandlna's strong yard line.
side defense around the corner at the The first BHS drive,on the second ".
goal line from five yards out. QB possession,of 75 yards used up most
Sheffield had runs of 22,SO,5. 12,20. of the first period. Longest runs 22
23, 3, and 45 yards. and 30 yards were by QB Sheffieldaround
Quick fullback Robert Hankerson, right end on the play l action
No. 23, added 74 yards on 13 carries pass. Fullback Hankerson had runs
and scored twice from 11 and 4 of e, 3 and 7 yards, quick off-tackle
yards out. stabs. Wingback Allen Jenkins
And new running back Charles mostly on the Inside reverse, addsruns
Boyd No.40,returned Fernandlna's i of 3,13.3,and 2 yards.QB Shef-
second half kickoff 78 yards for a' field scored: around left end from
touchdown an unexpected bonus. five yards out. Allen Jenkins kicked
The TD was called back but the extra point.BHS led 7-0 with 1:15
wingback Allen Jenkins No. 13, remaining In the first period.
The second Tornado TD came on a
returned Fernandlna
a punt 68 yards
..._.._.u......wn.... ...... ..... u..wuru. - -... 6-play, 80 yard drive.:QB Sheffieldset
had 12 men on fie field which Photos by Jacob Ferguson the TD up with a 20 yard scamper
nullified the TD. Jenkins gained 60 Stiff Defense... around right end, cutting behind
yards on 11 carries.. Stringing the play out,Tornadoes defenders wouldn't i let Fernandlna's guards Norman and Crawford who PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE1st
Keeping the correct 11 men on the Reggie Stewart around right end. Linebacker Phillip Crawford No. blocked out, taking the Fernandina Public Hearing Notice
field was a big problem for Bradford No.64 Is not on the OIlS roster and the Tornado making the tackle;cannot 62. defenders who were coming in The Town of Brooker is considering applying to the Florida
toward
coaches as they tried to play be Identified. Hankerson Sheffield out of the way. FB Department of Community Affair(DCA)for a Small Cities
everybody_on the sideline. went off left tackle for 11
yards for the TD. Jenkins' Community Development Block Grant(GDBO)of up to
Bradford rushed 44 times for 350 for extra
13 BUS
pass yards. had offensive stop tne aouoie
wins ottense $375.000.00.These funds must be used for
point kick was wide to the one of the following
BHS
right.
yards of offense.QB Sheffield threw scoring drives of 75, 80, 29 and 79 employed by BUS'In which three' led
just three times, completing one yards. Fernandlna was unable to, backs go by QB Sheffield on many, first 134 half.with 0:29 remaining In the purposes .
f l.To benefit low
and
plays keeping the defense moderate income persons:or2.To
of
unsure
who has the football. Plus guards BHS rushed 24 times for 168 yards aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight;
in the first half.Fernandina's.
Jason Norman,>no. 65, and Phillip or .
I Lee on Tap FridayNext Crawford ball No.62,pull and run ahead, to the Bradford Justin 12 Cross yard line kickedoff to 3.To meet other community development needs having
of the
carrier on the outside.QB open the third period. Running back particular urgency because existing conditions pose a
Sheffield of for instance follows the Charles Boyd from the deep posi serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the
Bradford High football opponent scouts say. West also Is the defensive blocks blocked the guards. if the guards tion on the kick off team took In the community and where other financial resources are not I
is Lee High due here Oct.28 fora middle linebacker., out, Sheffield would cut inside kick and started up the middle and available to meet such needs. I

home The Tornadoes game. have an open date Tailback Charles Tollver, No. 1'; defense them end; if they and curled blocked around back the in, key turned blocks on the speed.the Boyd middle got some The category of activities for which these funds may be used are
6-0.
190-12, the main Lee up from
this week,Sept.15.The Tornado varsity Toliver needs to be watched runner.on off, Sheffield would head for an end run. Robert Nichols. Phillip Crawford in the areas of housing or neighborhood revitalizadon and they
didn't practice Monday and will tackle power dives and on the power The game left both BHS and Fer- and Robert Hankerson. Boyd include such activities such as housing rehabilitation demolition of
not practice tomorrow (Friday, sweep from the pitchout. nandina High at 1-1. It was the first slanted to the right and simply dilapidated housing relocation of residents weatherization andenergyefficiency
Sept. 21). Favorite Lee running plays are High.District 5, Class 3A.win' for Bradford outran the last Fernandina defender improvements,code enforcement assembly
David Lee( says Tornado Head Coach the tailback off tackle the pitch Fernandina for a 78 ard kick off return and TD. or site preparation for now construction,and physical improvement
Hurse, has probably the best sweep, the tailback up the middle ran.QB Ray Vonnah passed more than it Jenkins PAT kick was good. BHS activities such as Water and sewer improvements,street
defense Bradford will face this nd tailback between the andguard led 204) with 11:45 remaining in
season.Lee has big players with ; center 27 passes for 134 yards. Fernandina the improvements..or drainage and neighborhood facilities.Additional
excellent third period.
speed and who react quickly behind West the blocking rushed 19 times for 93 yards. information regarding the range of activities that may be
to the football. Bradford High dle fullback with,two and backs power ahead.set up the mid- Speedster 'Reggie Stewart was Fernandina made two first downs, undertaken will be provided at the public hearing.For .
scouts,the JV coaches,term the Lee Best offensive lineman BHS limited to 15 yards rushing. Stewart one on a 23 yard pass to running each activity that U proposed,at least 60%of the funds must
defense very aggresive and hard scouts say is center Tom Lockin, ,caught passes of 17,10n 5,4, 16,and 3 back Chilton Mason, and got to the benefit low and moderate income persons. !
hitting. No. 60, H,235-11. .yards. BUS 25 yard line where a four yard In developing an application for submission to DCA.the Town
The 9-1 1989 edition of Bradford The guards are Joseph Wright, A big plus,said Tornado defensive pass to Mason was just Inches short of Brooker must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a
High beat Lee High 24-7 in a District No. 75, 6-1.1.1110-11, who moves well," coordinator Roland Cummings is and BUS took over.Fill result of planned CDBO activities.addition the Town of
S-3A win.! The Lee Generals had_ not and Ryan u>oley.No.73.S-ll. 195-11. Brooker is required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.
lOSt a nome diStriCt game in u Tackes are Gary Watson,No.:50;&.2, The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the
quarter years. When comeback Lee tried, Bradford for a fourth 215-13,and Richard Mills,No.67,6-1, Need An Electrician? Town's housing and community development needs will be held in
backAPopJonesplckedupaner-( rover 122-12. WAINWRIGHT the Brooker Town Hall on Thursday,September 27. 1990.at 7:00
Lee players share the tight
p.m.1b obtain additional information
concerning thepublic
rant Lee pllcboutand raced 60 yards end spot. Anthony Sirmons, No. 32,' -36 Vn.Experience Types Qoctrkal Work,
hearing contact Ms.Charlene Thomas Town Town of
Clerk
for a Tornado TD.In the third
period o-2. 225-11, is a blocking tight end. Single&3 Pinna. Reasonably Priced Work
Jones Intercepted a Lee pass and Dwayne Thomas, No;12, 6-2, l12, Brooker.P.O.Box 127 Brooker.Florida 32622(904)48'.1(>22.
returned..it 25 yards to_ the Lee comes in on passing situations. Sir,
a- are line,from wnere na neggieSheffield mons is the main Lee receiver on a
sneaked over. 10-yard out pattern. Thomas is also
Bathes High of Jacksonville beat
the backup quarterback. I
Cee 21-0 Sept. 14. Lee beat Paxon Split end to Seat Fender, No. 10, A NEW GENERATION OF PROBLEMS
High of Jacksonville 43-6: in the 5-6, 160-11, who is the deep man on
season opener. punts and plays cornerback on
Tomorrow (Friday Sept. 21) Lee defense.
hosts Class 4A Lakeland Kathleen.To The setback, who lines up'on the GROWTH MANAGEMENT
go to Lee High, go into Jackson- strong side and behind the line ofscrimmage .Ir
ville on 1-10, take the McDuff is Mike Bing,
exit, and turn right ontf. w s 1 : '

which Quarterback runs by Lee Jermaine High.;'J Whitaker*? Trr?. Pi threat. Bing l a d4fensi\NOit5 n'' y : 'Bradford. -c-Q1f l I' is paying ,;the, ...

returns from the 1969 Lee eleven. nerback. '
Whitaker, No. 4, 6-2, 215-11, throws Sirmons and Bing are the main,. J 1 price now for poor planning in the
medium to long passes from a three Lee pass receivers.
step drop back.Whitaker played the The Lee defense has excellent s 1980fs. We can't afford to make
Raines game with a heavily taped team speed. Lee uses a five man

right anile.Lee runs.from an I-formation.The defensive linebackers. front Plus, with safety three'John the same mistakes in the 1990s.! "

up back Is Johnny West No. 2 5-10. R
? Athens, No. 18, 6-0. 185-12, a very
185-12, who plays both fullback andtailback physical lines up
and has good speed.: West Is everywhere Playerl includingthe Let Me Meet The Challenge .
used mainly as a blocker, BUS line of scrimmage.: -



THANK YOU! ELECT


for Re-electing me

City Commissioner, ti GREG ALVAREZ


Dist.. .
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/look forward to serving you and 1M city
fortht nut Z years.fib A NEW GENERATION OF LEADERSHIP


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Pd. Pol. Adv Dem.

PUBLICbHEARIINGcNOTICEThe :


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Town of Raiford is considering applying to the Honda, .

Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Cente Coffee Bre aI L Stor&e
Community Development Block Grant(CDBO)of up to j
$375,000.00.These funds must be used for one of the following

purposes: Come compfimenfcuy cojjee and
enjoy ,
1.To benefit low and moderate income persons; or

2.To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight;
or snacks wita representaih from

3.To meet other community development needs having a

particular urgency because existing conditions pose a serious -
and Immediate threat to the health or welfare of the communityand -- -- Central: Telephone Company

where other financial resources are not available tQ meet
"
such needs. .
The category of activities for which these funds- may: be used'are who wiff6e on Hand to answer your? questions or address your! concerns.
in the areas of housing or neighborhood reyitaUzation and

Include such activities such as housing rehabilitation No safes talk with customers in.this area.
demolition of dilapidated housing and relocation of residents, just a get-together our

weatherization and energy-efficiency improvements, code
enforcement,land assembly or site preparation for new
construction and physical improvement activities such as water : Also one liicfy customer wiff win a new ToucFi-Caaphione

and sewer improvements street improvements or drainage and .
neighborhood facilities.Additional information regarding the in a spedat door prize c&awing. ','
range of activities that may be undertaken will be provided at .
)
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the Pot public each hearing.activity that is proposed,at least 60% of'!the funds' Thursday, September\ from 9 toll: a.tn. i -.

must benefit low and moderate income persons. ".
In developing an application for submission to DCA,the .
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Town Raiford must plan to minimize displacement of ? >t ." ,. at 4"
persons as a result of planned CDBO activities.In addition the '

Town Raiford is required to develop a plan to assist t. ; }-Q' ;'Bradford's Fortify Restaurant- 31 South, Stare.i. .. ,..)l :

displaced persons. t r .* 'r. .,.. SMBfeflfcpJ 'J'j\.,
The public hearing to receive citizen citzen views concerning -. iPII .
the Town's housing and community development needs will be .: \','. .
held in!the Raiford Town Hall on Tuesday September 18, '.r '.> ..li.. ..' ,, :..; r::. ; ;; ;

1990. at 6:30 p.m.To, obtain additional information concerning : : .. .. .>. ..." "- 'v"f. CEMl1'a
Ms. Marian Danson Town of: a *" .
the public hearing contact j 't.: '. ':' ::- "
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Lamp of v. forth In the Summary Final Judgement, Commence at a concrete monument East parallel with the Southerly boun-
Jesus Min. Legal
ROBERT S. HOUSI end BARBARA to win located at the Northwest comer of told dary of said NW 1/4 of SW 1/4, a
To Host Gospel Sing HOUSE; and BENEFICIAL FLORIDA, lot No.,49-A parcel of land containing, NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 and run North M distance of 317.82 feet; thence South 34
Lamp of Jesus Ministries will host Inc., 1.00 acre,more or.let, and lying In the degrees,"'16 minutes and 43 seconds degrees, .03 minutes and 46 seconds
an ppen Air Gospel Sing Saturday NotIce.IN Defendant NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 12 East along the Northerly boundarythereof East 16.60 feet to the Northerly boundary
Oct. 6,from 7 p.m. to II p,m. NOTICE OF SALE Township 7 South Range 91 tart trad- ,30.0'- the centerline of an of the right of way of County Rood
Featured singers will be The Solid NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to ford County Florida: Mid parcel being existing. rood for Point of Beginning(sold 227 (formerly State Road 227)) and the
Rock from Gainesville.The the Summary Final Judgement ofForeclosure more particularly described at follow: road being 60 feet In width and lying' and of sold centerllne.
Singers ministry is located on State THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, entered In this case, dated The South 132.00 feet of the North 30.0 feet on.each side of a centerline DATED this,10th day of September
Road 100,2'A1 miles East of StArke. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND September 10,1990.that I will sari to the 924.00 feet of the East 330.00 feet of the described as follows). From Point of 1990.
Soft drinks and snacks will be FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA highest bidder for cash In the lobby of West 390.00 feet' of told NW 1/4 of. SW Beginning thus described run South 01 RAY NORMAN
available. Be sure to bring your CASE NO:90-252-CA the Bradford County Courthouse In 1/4. degree IB minutes, and IB seconds Clerk of the Court
lawn chair. For more information. FLEET FINANCE AND(MORTGAGE, Starke, Florida commencing at 11:00 Above d crlbod'poreol being. con- East parallel with the Westerly boundary By Carol Williams,Dep.Clerk
INC., veyed with the right of Ingre's, of said NW 1/4 of SW 1/4,
call 964-7109. a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990 egress a '9/13 2tchg 9/20i Cont.No.611

,. ''"..',,." _..>> .". .., -.."... .-.-. --_.,.'." .,.. Plaintiff' ,f : -.: .... .. :. .. :: .' '': the followlna described. property a* s.f ...and....,utilities........ ..,over. .."the." ..following. ., .. ,.descrlb-... -' distance...n. __of".."1297M' _.... ",foot.,... ..."thence. ._.....North. -88, ',l, ,: .,'. . .. ."- :. ,..-;".

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1 Vanessa Bethea was last

weeks winner (9/13). She

missed only 2, tied with one

O other person' but won with 0

the tiebreaker.

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RULES OF THE GAME ,
THE

\ OFFICE \
OF STARKE
Anyone except: TELEGRAPH employees and their immediate
families are welcome to enter,but there is a limit i to one entry
per person each week. SHOP .
CQfJJU P. BE +
sow+'' A WINNER The entry must be an official blank from the TELEGRAPH 1101N.Call St.
C/ REAL PIT' WITH SONNY'SBARBQ and must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 964-5764
4p.m.each Friday afternoon.fill in all the blanks with either
the name of the team you think win win or"tie"if you think Starke.Fla.
FSU lUlane the game will end in t tie.The person who picks the most UF vs Furman
names right win win the top prize.In ,
Phone 964-8840 230 N. Temple Ave. cue of ties,we win use the total points scored in thor
Starke Fla. Bradford High School game each week(except the Tornadoes G
-- -'week--,..that-,-...w0 will u.0.1f0 G ato r game)u a -
tiebreaker.Please fin in the points you think will be scored by
Bradford County the Tornadoes(Gator)and their opponent combined in the .
tiebreaker blank.For instance,if TEAL TILE
the score in the Tornado '
.tL GUN & PAWN game was Tornadoes 19,Opponents 7,the correct score was
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Manager-RAY 26 points. & CARPET, INC. 1 .

CALL OR STOP BY All decisions of the Judges will be final.A second tiebreaker 131 N. CHERRY ST. STARKE FLA.
CHECK OUT OUR EASY LAY-A-WAY PLAN will be used if necessary.

GA vs Alabama I HOOANS HEROES I a 964-7423 I

Rifles BUY
Pistols 1755 N.TEMPLE STARKE,FL SELL KiniS,vs P K Yonge
shotguns MANY GUNS IN STOCK TRADE ORIAN WELLS CHEVY OLDS
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Building Supply MOSLEY TIRE CO.US .

I TEAL HUBSTARKE I 301 South Starke &

Indianapolis at Houston 964-6600

Lake Butler Starke Keystone Heights I LANES I II / UCIIS vs Baldwin AI
145 SW6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR 21 &SR 100 IO
O 496-3079 964-6078 473-4973 ,Wrecker Service *! ''
Tires
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TERWILLEGAR I. I MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE"Old
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W. Madison Fashioned Personal Service"
964-720O GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLE

I STUMPS I II We WORKER'S Honor Most COMPENSATION Insurance Cards ''i
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Soda Fountain '
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127 E.Call-Starke 964-7810 Ii

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964-8175 Open 7 days a week 9 m-mldnight TVvo" >great plrtasl.___. &}_One_ tow. price, .
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Phoenix at New f Orleans .. % Your Country Gator Auto Store 356 W. Madison 964-5740
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JR"r', The Working Man's Friend "W. Seattle at Denver'

S.Walnut Walmart Shopping Plaza) 174
1371 ( 964-9
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6' 8' 1 2" Hot & Cold Subs' Tele.. 964-7600'Oalnesvlile 372-0103 Jax. 282-452.
Salad & Deli OPEN Monday Friday 7:30.8:00 Sat. 9 *k 5 MovleNintendo-VCR Rentals
.One of he largest Selectlon8 of Draft& ImDOt1ed Beer, &Wine Every 11th Rental FREE
DART&POOL TOURNAMENT.
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I 11.. ........._ ._ .L h .. ._ TELEGRAPH PagelAI
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7 South. Hang.21 East Bradford County PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BUSH. Attorney for Plaintiff whoM* ed-
Legal Notices
I Florida fait parcel being, more pare REQUEST FOR PROPOSALSFOR BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA dress Is- 322 fast Central Boulevard

H Hculorly described a* follows: PROBATE DIVISION Orlando Florida 32801. and file the
Commence at an Iron pip found at THE PROVISION OF JOB TRAINING File Number 90-83-CP: original with the Clerk of the above srylad -

PUBLIC NOTICE th* NwtIL..... comer of said SW 1/4 of PARTNERSHIP ACT TITLE IIA IN RE: ESTATE OF Court on or bef or*the 18th day of October .

The Bradford County School Board PROPOSED ADDITION TO Ml 1/4 and run South 01 dpr... 13 EMPLOYMENT GENERATING ACTIVITIES W.T. JACKSON. SR. 1990; otherwise a (udgement may

Stark. Florida will hold a Public ...or: SCHOOL BOARD RULES minutes and 19 second Host, along the Act PROJECT Tltl. : Job Training Partnership Deceased. bo entered against you for the relief
Ing on Its policy regarding certification DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE Westerly I boundary thereof, 73.96 feet to HA Employment Generating NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION demanded In the Complaint.
of Substitute Teacher*. ((3.136)) th* Southerly boundary of the right' of Activities for Florida's Suwannee Valley The administration of the estate of WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF
Non-degreed .
Vocational! t Adult Teacher (1) way of County "Road 225 (formerly State Service Delivery Ar... W.T. Jac,,_. Sr.. deceased. File. SAID COURT on this 14th day of
S. lt0. 700 r\M. In the on October No employee of th*School: Board thou.. Rood S-23S): thence South 88 degrees, 32 DESCRIPTION: Th. North Central Number 90-83-CP: Is pending In the Circuit 1990.
.
School
Room of the District Board manufacture, distribute), ell......... minute and II seconds East along sold Florida Regional Planning Council Is Court for Bradford County. Florid. RAY NORMAN
Administrative,
Office. or use on or In the workplace. soliciting proposals for the
posses Probate
.. 582 N. Temple Southerly boundary. 168.37 feet for the Employment Division the address of which to As Clerk of sold Court .
Avenu, Stark, any ekohotlc substance, "Intoxicating Point of Generating Activities listed below
Florida. any Beginning. From Point of Beginning for Hwy :301. Bradford County Courthouse. By Carol Williams/ Dep.Clerk
or auditory, visual, or mental thw eteecrtbed continue South 88 the period of Program Year 1990 (July 1. Starke, FL 32091. The name and ad
CoplM of this 9/204tchg 10/11 Cont. No.630
document
at the Bradford may ... obtalnod 'altering chemical or substance er.narcotic "g.-... 32 minute and II seconds 1990 to Jun. 30 1991) from qualified dresses of the personal representative. ;
floes School Board Of- drug hallucinogenic drug *mphetomlno. -> l ast. along sold Southerly boundary sources In compliance with the Job and the personal representative's attorney
Monday through Friday., borblruate. morluans| or lsji.37 feet to a set Iron rod; thence Training Partnership Act and Florida are sot forth below. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Stephen W.Mcl.ead any other controlled substance es defined Suwannee Volley Service REGISTER
South
01 Delivery Area All
degree, 284.36 feet thence Interested are
; persons required to
....tant Superintendent by federal or State law or rule.or any North B* degrees, 32 minute and:! 11 Employment and Training Plan which I I. fll.with this court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS FICTITIOUS NAME I
t/ 3teho.9/20' counterfeit of such drugs or substances seconds West parallel with sold for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30 OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida
all being collectively referred to e* 1992. Statute, notice I II I
hereby given that the
." Southerly boundary. 168,37 feet; thence NOTICE: ((1)all) claim against tho estate
UNITED STATES drugs 'North ((1)) Title 11-A, Employmen' and undersigned, Renee Maruca, Rt. 4 Sox
"Workplace-" 01 degree, 13 minute and 19 Generating ((2)) any objections/ by an Interested I
DISTRICT Is defined '
COURT to maorTfn* Mcondt W_.parallel with said Wester. Activities to be conducted In each of the person on whom this notice wa ssrvsd 822, Stark.. Fl 32091 sole owner doing
MIDDlE DISTRICT site for this performance or work don Mconn.ctlon fy 11 counties (Alochua Bradford Colum- that business under the firm name of P,O.
boundary. 284 36 feet to the Point of challenge tho validity of tho will,
with
OF FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE employment.! That Includes Beginning.DATED. bla. Dlxl. Gllchrltt Hamilton, the qualifications of the personal COMPANY Rt. 4 lox 822. Starke,
DIVISION any school building or any school this 10th of Lafayette, Madison Sun_, Taylor representative Florida 32091 Intends to register said
day September, venue or jurisdiction of
COM No. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA students to and from school and school Employment statute.
RAY NORMAN Generating Activities In ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
rlantttt.fi activities off school property during Dated this 17th of
any on. day Septemb.r.A.D. ,
.dhool Clerk of the Court county only: no multi-county proposal SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Y. -.pon.ord or schoolapprovedactivity ) will ., 1990 In Bradford Florida.
Carol be considered. Publication of County
By: Williams this
has
Clerk None
$ < ,,AT S tUURFF- trip or athletic event, where students a* '/W: 2tchg,9/20, Cant. No. 615 Funds available for Employment September 20. 1990.Personal. 9/204tpd 1011Classified
Generating Activities
In each
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CYDefendant.. ore under the jurisdiction of the School '_ S3.000 county Is Representative: .-
District. per county Christopher Bruce Jackson i o I!:!:" '
WARRANT OF ARREST IN REM As a condition of employment each NOTICE OF INTENTION, Th. Regional. Planning Council an administrative 1201 W. Butler Rd.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS
STATES and
entity grant recipient Starke, FL:32091
employee shall
his
notify her
TO: THE UNITED STATES MARSHAL or supervisor NAMEPursuant for the Job Training Partnership Act Pro- Attorney for
of his
FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF or her conviction of any to Section 863.09. Florida gram for the Florida's Suwannee Valley Personal Representative

FLORIDA. curing criminal In drug the workplace statute for no a violation later than oc S Statutes, notice Is 'hereby given that the Service Delivery Area, will contract with Dudley.. Hardy : Ads
GREETING undersigned. Tina a George 5/09
: days after such conviction. Ogg. an organization to provide Employment P.O. Drawer 1030
Whereas on August 28 1990. the, violate the term of this policy employeewho Chippewa Ave Keyston Heights FL Generating Activities. The Employment Starke, FL 32091 Get ResultsCox
United States of America filed may 33656. (lout owners doing business' Generating Activities
a Complaint ha non-renewed CIr his or list Provider will be Florida Bar No. 095907
for Forfolturo In Horn (the "Com ment may be suspended or terminated.mpby- under the firm name of TINAS CARPET responsible for coordinating with Job Telephone: ((904)964.5701)

plaint") against S32.400.00 In United However, at the discretion of th* School SCRVKE. 140 S. Thompson St. Stork. Training Partnership Act Training Service 9/20 2tchg 9/27; Cant. No.631IN
States Currency (hereinafter ItWdefen- Board such employee may .be allowedto Florida 32091. Intend to register sold Providers within the specified coun-
dant"), for tha violations of law fictmou name under the aforesaid ty.
satisfactorily participate In and com- l i THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
numerated In told Complaint. plate may be allowed to satisfactorily I etotuto. QUALIFICATIONS: Organisations THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Appliance

NOW. THEREFORE you are commanded participate In and complete 0 drug Dated this 13th day of September responding to this request for proposal IN AND FOR &
to take the defendant Into your abuse assistant, or rehabilitation program A.D., 1990. In Bradford County Florida. must provide Information relative to Its BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Air

possession for safe custody by taking actual approved by the School Board In 91134tpd 10/04 previous experience In operating and CASE NO.t 90.277-CA Conditioning
poueMlon thereof, If actual lieu of non-renewal administering Employment
or a suspension or taro Generating CHEMICAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, Service
possession I I. Impractical by affixing to mlnatlon. Sanction and dlaclplin.against Activities programs and projects./ Plaintiff
the property In a conspicuous place a .mploy_.. Including none NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CRITERIA: Th. criteria used In making vs.

copy of this Warrant and of the Complaint renewal, suspension and termination REGISTER the selection of the Employment HENRY G. MCCLEUAN, st. al.. 14
,and by lervlng a copy of this War. shall b. In accordance with prescribed FICTITIOUS NAME Generating Activities. Provider will Include -

rant and of the Complaint upon any parson School District procedures. and shall ba'commenced Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida the following Items In order of Importance Defendants.NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 1

occupying tome, or, by potting the within 30 days receiving Statutes. notice Is hereby given that theundersigned. : ((1)) Description of program activities : HENRY G. MCCLELLAN

property with this Warrant and {.our notice of an employee'* ,conviction. [ Allen' Ray Guyott, 2925 SW ; ((2)) Coordination with Job Train- RESIDENCE UNKNOWN

Identification' and conducting property Within 10 days of receiving nolle of an 28th PI. No. 141. Gainesville, FL 32608. Partnership Act Training Service Providers LAST KNOWN MAILING ADDRESS: 830
employee's conviction In violation of this 'sole owner, doing business. under the and
with this Warrant and your Identificationand ; Employment Generating N. T.mpl. Avenue Apt. 2. Stork,
conducting a full Inventory of the rul., the Superintendent shall notify the |firm. nam of Art A/C REPAIR 2925 SW OrganizatIon., and ((3)) Administrative' Florida 32091
Stat. and Federal Department of 28th Ptoce No. 141, Gainesville, FL capabilities.
contend thereof If the property It vacantor AND TO: All persons claiming an In
Education. 32608. mend to register sold fictitious i
you are granted permlttlon, to enter DIRECTIONS FOR SUBMITTAL: forest by. through, under or against the
and toke and Inventory by A drug-fro* awareness program I is 'nam under the aforesaid statute. Qualified Individuals should submit ten aforesaid Defendant.

occupying the sa.... and to any d.taln parson the hereby established, and Is to b* .Implemented Dated this 13th day of September ((10)) copies of statements of qualifications YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT an

....... In your custody until further by the Superintendent, to Inform A.D.. 1990. In day County. Florida. and experience to: ATTENTION: action to foreclose a mortgage. on the
employees of the danger. of drug 9/1:141pd: 10/04 CHARLES F.
JUSTICE EXECUTIVE DIREC
Order of this following described
Court to sold Com located In
answer abuse In property Joe Cox.. > friendly Cell
the"place., of tholoard' School TOR NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA Bradford yt va repairmen.:
plaint. County Florida: him today any appliance repair,
,
YOU ARE further policy of maintaining a dn:! -fro. NOTICE OF INTENTION REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL 235 E. Commence SE
commanded for- workplac., of available cttnselIng. at corner of Lot S Block Service ft Repair on:
thwith drug TO REGISTER Main Street Suit. 205 Galnevllle, Fl B Jones Addition
to die and admonish the owner to Starke and run Northerly .
rehabilitation, and assistance, programs FICTITIOUS NAME 32601. Envelopes should be AI Moor AppIJancee
marked "Re
and/or Eastern
of the defendant and along Boundary 10 feet
pottettor and of the .
bo Air
penalties to
Imposed Conditioning RefrigerationElectrkal
Pursuant for
to Section 86509. Florida quest Proposals for Job
any parson or firm known to claim any Training for Point of Beginning. Thence contlnu.north.rly .
Interest therein, to fin. In the U.S. upon employees for drug abuse violation Statute, notice I Is hereby given that the Partnership Act Title IIA Employment along East line of lot S and .
In tha
District Court, Middle District of Florida *of occurring this all workplace. A and* apart undersigned. Linda M. Lee. 118 S. Generating Activities". The deadline for prolongation of some being the Easterly 6a'--i7.462; :

Office of the Clerk United State. Courthous. applicants program for employment. employee shall ba Thompson St.. Storke. Florida 32091, the receipt of statements of qualifications line of Lot :3 of Block B a distance of 68 .

.. Jacksonville" Florida 32201 glv.n notice of the School Board' policy solo owner," doing business under the Is 12:00 noon October 15, 1990. feet, thence run Westerly parallel to Lie IRA 0046994. ER 0007578
firm name of FANCY FINGERS 118 S. Any statements received\ after the South line of Lot:3 ,
within tan ((10)) days following receipt of regarding the maintenance of a distance of 94 3 feet,
thlt Warrant, a Verified Claim In accor- fr.-rltprace.-----;;; a drug- Thompson Itr.... Stark. Florida 32091, deadline, will not be considered by the thence run Southerly 27.S feet thencerun

Mnc )*rtth Ru ...c(6)( Supplemental 9/'3tdigP20'',;:.'intends*J* to. reghter i said fictitious"+ n ohl -Pfenning G.uwsll.ADDITIONAL .-__ .' Westerly 10.7 feet to West line of lotS STARKECHURCH .
1 f. "Dr..o'A INFORMATION' Please of Block I, thence '"
Mori run
KOtes Certain Admiralty and .,::J Southerly along
IN THE ni// Doted this 13th day of "contact" "Chdrles'F. Justice, lxOCUHv. West OF .GODa
Maritime Claims, and to therewith or CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, September : BaiTrTaanJotloTSa dhfonoYW W .
within twenty ((20)) day thereafter on EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND A.D.. 1990. In Bradford County. Florida. Director, or John Skelly, Director of Job feet to a point 10 feet North of South Iln ill N.St.Clair W-S44S -

Answer or other responsive pleading to FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 9/13 4tpd 10/04 Training Programs for the NORTH CEN- of Lot S. thence run Easterly parallel to Pastor: David PlaasanlWo
CASENO:90249CAFLEET TRAL FLORIDA PLANNING COUNCIL 235 South line of Lot 3 of Block B dl.ta -
the Complaint a of which shall. a nor
copy kiWis
you to
E. Main Street, Suit. you worship{ wttrt us
205, Gainesville
FL of
supply with this Warrant and to serve FINANCE AND MORTGAGE. 105 test more or .lost to Point of Attended
INC., NOTICE 32601. Telephone ((904)) 3362200. Beginning, lying and being In lots 3 and Nursety
copies of the said Claim and Answer
hncl.ySdloal ________ Msm C
Plaintiff tchg 9/20.: Cont. No.629 5 of Block I of Jonas'Addition to Town of
,
the United States Pail _
upon Attorney H-omlmWorship list*
Office Box 600 Jacksonville, Florida v. The Bradford County School Board, Stark. at per plat recorded In Deed EveningSsrvias. ___ Spin
:32201. ATTN: Paul I. Perei, AssistantU.S. I GARY NELSON FORD Stark. Florida, will hold a public ....r. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO look N page 379 Public Records of Bradford W dn.sdsy Youth ,_______.. 7Xjm
Attorney and that upon failure of Defendant. ,Ing on the revision of the Smoke Free REGISTER County Florida.

the owner, possessor or any party claiming NOTICE OF SALE Workplace Policy 42.123 on October 22, FICTITIOUS NAME Tog.th.r with all structure and kit.prov.mens .
an Interest In the defendant to do so NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to 1990. at 7:00 p.m. In the School Board Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida now and hereafter on laid Come WorMp With Ut
that the defendant may then ... forfeited j th.' Summary Final Judgement ofnd Room of the District Administrative Of- Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the land and the rent. Issues, and profits

to the United State by default a For.clasur..nt.rd In this cos*,dated fice*. 582 N. Temple. Avenue. Starke, undersigned' Dorothy Lee Stephens, of the above described property, and all BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH

without .......... nolle hearing." September 10. 1990. that I will sell to the 'Florida. P O. Box 14 (NW 75th Ave), Lawtey, FL fixture. now or hereafter attached to or Comer of Pratt and Christian
AND YOU ARE further commanded to highest bidder for cash" In the .lobby of Copies of the policy may be obtained 32058 sole owner doing business under used In connection with the premises,
make your return upon this Warrant to the Bradford County Courthouse .hi 'at the'Bradford. County School Board of the firm name of GOLDEN YEARS RETIREMENT herein described and In addition thereto Sun. School 9.45 am

this Court within thirty ((30)) day. Stark. Florida, commencing at 11:00 'fice, Monday through Friday. HOME 417 S. Cherry Street the following described household appliances Sun. Morning Worship 11:00: am

DAVID L EDWARDS a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990, Stephen, Mdeod Stark., Florida 32091 Intends to registersaid which era, and shall. be dssm Sun. Evening Service 7:00: pm
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT this following described property O* set Assistant Superintendent fictitious name under the aforesaid ed to ..., fixture and a port of the realV Wed.Night Service 7.00pm

MIDDLE DlSTIIICTOFFLORIDABy forth In the Summary Final.Judgement.., 9/203tchg: 10/04 statute. -
: Patricia A. Small i| to wit: PO No.4737; Cont. No. 624 Dated this 17th day of September has been filed against you. and you Pastor Ronald Hannah

Deputy Clerk Lot 2: A parcel of land containing 1.10 A,D., 1990. In Bradford County Florida. are required la serve a copy of your Asst. Pastor John LeshukPinciatnin
acres, more or less, and SW written defenses. If any to this action
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Circuit by State Road No.'225; on the East bylake parsons disagreeing with this decision and HUD will have satisfied lit responIbllltlet -
Clerk of the Courtly
I Legal NoticesIN Sampson; and on the South,by the. are Invited to submit written comment under the Notional Environmental .
: Carol Williams,Dep.Clerk .. ', Ms.
Sampson River; > ' for consideration by the recipient, Policy Add 1969. DCA will'
FRED H. KENT III '
I LESS AND EXCEPT: All exlsltlng roads'and Queen 'Robln__. City Clerk; ".0. accept objection to It* approval only.
Florida Bar No 327042 '
THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Defendant Kent Crawford Right* of Way Said land containIng Drawer G, Lawtey. Florida 32038 ((904),. ,H U Is one ((1)) of the following bases (o)

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR NOTICE OF SALI Ridge 237iacre*. more or .less; are located 7823454. Such written comment mutt, that the certification was not In fad executed .
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Notice I I. hereby given that pursuantto 225 Water.Street, Suite 900Jacksonville In Bred cord County Florida. be received et the address specified on by the certifying officer or other

CASE NO: 90-233-CA: an order or a final judgement of Florida 32202 Dated. this 10th day of September, or before October 2, 1990.All such comment officer of applicant approved by DCA; or

RANDALL S. MARTIN and foreclosure entered In the) above- ((904)) 358-1000 1990. M received will considered (b) that applkant'i environmental .
for Plaintiff
KIM B. MARTIN Ms wife, captloned action. I will tell the property Attorney I RAY NORMAN and the recipient. will not request the review record for the protect Indicate

lolntlHs/ situated In Bradford County Florida. 9/13 2tchg 9/20:; Cant No.610 I Clerk of the Circuit Court removal 1 of environmental condition or omission of 0 required decision findingor

v*. described as: I By: Carol Williams, Dep.Clerk take any administrative) action' on the .step applicable to the proJect| In the
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE
JACK F. BULLOCK and lot 2 and 3 of Block 2, SOUTH GATE COURT. KIATHAH D. GOLDMAN. ESQUIRE above-named prefect until the dote environmental review process: Obec-| -
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
LILLY M. BULLOCK, his wlf. REPLAY per plat In Plat Book 3, Page I, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 200 Laura StreetJacksonville specified In the preceding sentence. lions must be prepared and submitted In

Defendants. In Section 33. Township 6 South Range Fl 32202 The recipient. will undertake the project occordonce with the required procedure

NOTICE QF SALE 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.at CASENO.t90-144-CA I I "'3 2tchg 9/20; Cont. No. 867 described above with Block Grant (24 CFR port 5$) and may be addressedto
FORTUNE SAVINGS
Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant public sale, to the highest bidder corporation organized BANK and a I CONCURRENT NOTICE fund from the U.S. Deportment of Housing Florida Deportment of Community Affair .
for cash In the lobby of the Bradford and Urban (HUD) Bureau of
to an order or a final judgement of existing under the 1 law of NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF NO SIGNIFICANT Development Community Assistance
foreclosure entered In the obov. County Courthouse In Starke, Florida at under I. I of the Housing and Community 2571 Executive. Center Circle, East,
the State of Florida, formerly EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND
11:00: a.m. on the 3rd day of October, Act of 1974 Tallahassee Florida 32399.
/ Development throughthe ,
captioned action I will Mil the property known a* Guaranty Federal NOTICE1 PUBLIC FOR REMOVAL OF
situated In Bradford Florida, State of Florida. The recipient I I.cer Obectlon| to the removal of environmental .
County. 1990.WITNESS
Saving S. loan Association of ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.. .
hand and official.... this
described a*: my > tifying to DCA that Its environmental condition on bate other
Gainesville, Date: September 13,1990
A parcel of land lying In the SE 1/4 of 5th day of S.ptember,1990. Plaintiff RECIPIENT: City of Lawtey certifying officer .Identified below. In the than toted above will not be considered

Section 7, Township 7 South Rang 22 RAY NORMAN v*. ADDRESS: f. O. Drawer Glawtey official capacity a* Mayor content-to accept by DCA. No objection received after October
Clerk of the Circuit Court the furlsdlctlon of the federal court will be considered
30 1990 by
Cost, Bradford County. Florida; Mid ROBERT A. WARD. 422-364829, ,FIolda3205B
ByCorol William. Dep.Clerk If an action I I.brought to enforce

parcel being more particularly d.Krlbdot DEBORAH KAY WARD. 267921060. TELEPHONE NUMSER: responsibilities DCA.,
FRED H. KENT, III In' environmental
follow relation to Robert Scott Mayor
: FLORIDA BANK. BOARD OF COUNTY ((904)782.34504'To
Commence at the SE 1/4 of Mid SE 1/4 Florida Bar No. 327042 COMMISSIONERS BRADFORD COUNTY Interested, Agencies, Groups andPeraon.1 review, .decision 'making and action; City of lawtey
Kent Ridge I Crawford and that these have
responsibilities
and run South 88 degrees 30 minutes Defendant P.O.Drawer
West. along the Southerly boundary 225 Water Street Suite 900 been satisfied. The legal effect of the FL 32058Itchg
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE On oil! about September 13, 1990, theaba.med
thereof 112S foot to an Iron ttako for Jacksonville Florida 32202 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to; City of Lawtey will request certification Is that upon its approval) the i f 9/20; Cont. No. 628
((904)) 358.1000 recipient>> the Block fund
use Grant
may
the point of beginning. From nnlnt of : ;
Attorney for Plaintiff a Summary Final' Judgement of that the Florida Department of Community
beginning thus describe*, nu. Foreclosure dated 10 "Affairs the
9/20 Cent No. 608 : September 1990 designated by U.S.
South 88 degree* 30 minute.W...along 9/132tchg ; and entered In CoM No. 9O-144-CA of; Deportment of Housing and Urban

old Southerly boundary 223 feet to an the for Bradford removeth.. .
Circuit Court County Development to environmental
Iron toke; thence North 0 degree 30 IN JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.COURT IN AND, EIGHTH FOR Florida, wherein Fortune Saving Bonk ta I condition and release Classified Ads.Get Guaranteed Results !

minute Wet. parallel with the Weiterfy the and Robert Title of
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Plaintiff A. Ward Federal funds under I the Housing
boundary of sold SE 1/.. 439.30 feet; CASE NO 89-594-CA: Deborah Kay Ward, Florida Bank Beard and Community Development Act of
:
thence North 88 degree 16 minute. FNB PROPERTIES. INC. Florida of County Commissioner, Bradford 1974 (PL 93-383) for the following pro.SSE I
Eat 225 feet; thence South 0 degree 30 a County are the Defendants I will cell to I : GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID

minute East, parallel with said Easterly Corporation, the highest and best bidder for cosh at Target Area, Northslde Target

boundary 460.42 feet point of beginn Plaintiff the East front door of the Bradford County Area and Oty Wide

ing. The Northerly 25 feet of the above. vs.JAMES VERNON SLADE and BARBARA Courthouse, Stork. Florida, at 11:00 CDIGHoUIlng/ Program : CENTER

described parcel being subject| to a a.m.on the 4th day of October. 1990. the lawtey.! Bradford County. Florida
JEAN
perpetual easement for ingress and following described property a* set forthIn E.D.SOrS3 Estimated Cost$423.000.00 WILL BEAT
SCADS his wife; et ol.,
egress; TOGETHER with a perpetual laid Final Judgement: It has; been determined that such request -

eaement for Ingress and egret from Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE A parcel of land lying In the SW 1/4 of for removal environmental condition : MITCHELLtS.DRUG STORE

U.S. 301 along an unplatted road known SE of 6 South. 'will .
1/4 Section 26. Township not constitute an action
Notice I I. hereby given that, pursuant U7 Eo Gait Street
a* Faulkner Road.at Florida .
Range 22 East Bradford County, significantly affecting the quality of the
public mole, to the highest and best to an order or a final Judgement of On the second each month
aid parcel being more particularly human environment; accordingly the Wednesday of
foreclosure entered In the above-
bidder for cash, In the lobby of the Bradford decided t
described a* follow: obove-rjomed recipient ha not : '
will sell the
I
coptt. action. property
County Courthouse, In Storke, Commence at the SE comer of said SW to prepare an Environmental Impact : 1:303:30
*/ltuat < m Bradford County Florida, p.m.
M
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 26th day of described 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run North 205' West Statement under the National Environmental .

September, 1990. a*: along the Easterly boundary thereof, a Policy Act of 1969 (P.L. :
Witness my hand and official seal this Block One ((1)) In Hampton, Section 19, distance of 188.45 feet to the Northerly 91.190):' FREE HEARING TEST
Township 7 South, Range 22 East, Bradford
3th day of September, 1990. County Florida. Together with all boundary of the right of way of State The reason for the decision to not ; SALES SERVICE REPAIRS BATTERIES

RAY NORMAN. Road 230; thence North 19"43'10" West prepare such Statement are a* follow:
Improvements, fixture or appurtenance .
Clerk of the Circuit Court along sold Northerly boundary a 1. Project| I I. not harmful to the en- --
hereafter erected
By: Carol William. Dep.Clerk *now or or - - - - -- -
distance of 400.34 feet to a concretemonument vlronment. r. ;
the
existing upon mortgaged property
9132tchg920Control thence North 203' West, 2. call for no Involuntary I
; ProJect|
Including all systems, plumbing,
No.604 heating air power conditioning fences, parallel with sold Easterly boundary a ..Iocotl_. j Reduce harmful stress I

stored distance of 440.O3 feet ta an Iron stake 3. ProJect| calls for no forced acqulsl-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH machines, appliances, fixture, for point of beginning. From point of I. tlon of land.
materials, and storage facilities even and relax
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR though they may be detached or beginning thus described continue 4. Prefect I I. not In a floodplaln. .

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA detachable, situated on land described North 2'05' West parallel with sold (Sea Part S8.16a(3)( )( )).

CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.588-CA In O.R. Book 244. page 06. Public .Easterly! boundary..a !distance!I. of 180:83. An Environmental Review Record

FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida Records of Bradford County, Florida.at feet to an Iron stake; thence South respecting the above project| ha been .1SSage Thep

Corporation public sale, to the highest bidderfor ]8934'SO" West, a distance of 202 feet to made by the above-named recipient .

Plaintiff. cash In the lobby of the Bradford .an Iron stake; thence South 126'50"' East which documents the environmental I ... ,

v* County Courthouse In Starke, Flo.... at a distance of 179.43 feet to on Iron review of the proJect and more fully set

DEVERNE AARON, et. al., 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day of October take; thence South 19"43'10" East a forth the reason* why Statement is not : Special Introductory Offer

Defendants.NOTICE distance of 204 feet to the point of begin ,......... The Environmental Review u

OF SALE 1990.WITNESS hand and official seal this Record I. on file at the above address $5.00 hour
my ning.WITNESS i off a one
Notice I I. massage
hereby given thai pursuant
5th of 1990. my hand and the seal I of this and I I. available for public examinationand
day September
to an order or a final Judgement of NORMAN Court on September 10, 1990. copying upon request at City Hall with this
RAY : (by appt.)
foreclosure entered In the abo... Clerk of the Circuit Court RAY NORMAN between the hour of 9:00: a.m. and 4:00 coupon
captioned action I wlll..lI.he property Clerk of the Circuit Court I
Williams Clerk. p.m. 9643778physMTh&apvof -
ByCarol Dep. i
situated In Bradford County Florida By: Carol William.Dep.Clerk No further environmental review of .
FRED H. III
described a*: Florida Bar KENT No. 327042 ". $1 Julia Sullivan Water, Esq.- .".. i'*. ouch protect! I proposed to be o conducted i ,- -

Commenc.4611 East and330.B5' Northof '- ..... ... ... for.,._lot .
Kent Ridge < Crawford e .. ... HOLLAND KNIGHT .- pries:le environmental I I""rr te. nnlnd, ,h'
the Southwest comer of the NW lid of '
condition
P.O. Box 1288 450 Madison Street Sullke FL32091 ':
223 Water Street, Suite 900Jacksonville. I
the SW 1/4 of Section 22. Township 6 fmm2J79 10/31190
Florida 32202 Tampa. Florida 33601 All Interested _c...*. group and '
South Range 22 East a* a starting point 2S793F 0132NFS:223 - - - - - - -

and run East 100', thence North 100.83', ((904)) 358-1000 Cont. No.610IN
9/132tchg9/20;
Plaintiff
thence West 100', thence South 100.83' Attorney. for

to POI, all lying and being In Bradford 9/13 2tchg 9/20; Cont. No.609 THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH

County Florida.at JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
public sale" to the highest bidder IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH FLORIDA
BRADFORD COUNTY
for cash.m In the lobby of the Bradford JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CASENO:86332CAFIRST

County Courthouse, In Storke, Florida, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA UNION NATIONAL BANK OF .

at 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day of October, CASE NO.: 90-233-CA notional bonking ssodatlon '.. ". .
FLORIDA a
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF ., ,

1990.WITNESS FLORIDA a national association ssuccessor !
hand and official seal this
my by to Florida Notional'
merger
successor In Interest by mergerto
5th day of September 1990.
RAY NORMAN Florida National Bonk Plaintiff Bonk/Storko. .

Clerk of the Circuit Court Plaintiff. ,
vs. "
By: Carol William, Dep.Clerk v MOUSTAPHA*. EL-SOUESSI and SAMPSON LAKE FARMS INC etc. ... ,
FRED H. KENT III I
Florida Bar No. 327042 PAULETTE E. EL-SOUESSI. hrs. wife; et Defendants.al., /!

Kent Ridge a Crawford et al.,
Defendant AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE

225 Water Street Suit. 900 NOTICE OF SALE Notice I I. hereby given" that. pursuant

Jacksonville, Fl 32202 to Consent Final Judgement of' ,
a
I I.
Notice hereby that
given pursuant
((904)) 358-1000 I
Foreclosure entered In the. above-
to an order or a final (ludtJ.-t'of .
Plaintiff
Attorney for foreclosure entered In the) obeve- captioned action I will sell the property II
9/13 2tchg9/2O; Cont. No.603
situated In Bradford County, described
captioned action I will sell the property I
situated Bradford In Exhibit "A" at' public sole, to the I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH described In County.. Florida. ; highest and best bidder for cash.et theBadford !

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR ot: County Courthouse In Storke, i
of NW .
Parcel: North 1/4 of NW 1/4

BRADFORD CIVIL ACTION COUNTY.NO: 89616CAFNB FLORIDA 1/4, Section 35 Township S South: Florida 1990. at 11:00. a.m.. on September 27.,' iI I

22 East. -.
Range .
PROPERTIES. INC., a Florida'
EXHIBIT A iI
ALSO: A triangular parcel of land containing '.
Corporation .48 of on acre lying In the SW 1/4 Parcel:A tract of land situated In the
Plaintiff, South Vt of Fractional Section
1/4 Township South 33.
of SW Section 26 5 I
v*. 21 and In Free:
22 East Bradford Florid, Township 6 S, Range S,
Rang County .
JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE I. .
describedas tonal Section 4. Township 7 S. Range 21
COOPER. his wife; et al; and being more. particularly E, sold tract being man particularly I.
follow: I'I'I
Defendants.NOTICE COMMENCE at the. SW corner of sold described a* follow:
OF SALE Commence at a concrete monument at,
Section 26 and thence N rWIO" S
Notice I I. hereby given that, pursuantto run
the. thereof the NW corner of Fractional Section 4 hQj
along Sly boundary e
an order or a final judgement of
473.74 feet Iron Make and run N WS7W E, along the North
distance of to on
foreclosure entered In the above- line of sold Fractional' Section 4. e I -
on the E'ry boundary of the R/W of State
captioned action I will sell the property ,
thus distance of 251.43 feet to the Ely ROW
for PCB
Road 200 PC* From
situated In Bradford County, Florida, said line' of County Rood No. C-23S; thencerun
described run N 310X10" E along
described o*: STry along said ROW line with e /
Ely boundary a distance of 1X1 feelte en
Commence at the Northeast comer of .
the Northeast of Southeast 1/4 Iron stoke where sold Ely boundary .Intersects curve concave NCTy said curve having Get brake job'plusup
1/4 the) the. of the R/Wof central angle of .;233S'4'V.o radio of a complete
Sly boundary
of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 29, oft -
feet of 1257.57'
2814.78 arc length
> BUCKS'
< $20' 'BONUS
e graded road; run thence S 7! 34 3O" f to
Township 6 South Range 22 East and run
feet and a chord bearing and distance of
West 100 feet; thence run South 15 feetto along last aforesaid S'ly boundary e S 3r33-47". 1247.14 feet to a State NAPA Brake) Parts'
distance. of 324.74 feet to an Iron teke. Need $brake Job? Get it using genuine duringour
the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence run on aforesaid Sly boundary of sold See, Road Deportment ROW marker and the limited-tune promotion) and get "BONUS BUCKS"worth 20%
West 50 feet: thence run South 100 feet; roB thence run NWty along told Ely
thence run East 50 feet; thence run Hon 26: run thence S ttrtS\V W etona ROW: line with a curve concave NEly'said I of the retail cost of brake parts purchased! Use your "BONUSBUCKS" '

North 100 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING last 376.5 aforesaid feet to Sly POB.boundary a distanceof curve having' a central angle of !in the future for any NAPA parts, or NAPA will setid you ,

being the Northeast .1/" of the ALSO; All of Grantor' Interest In the 03W04-. radius of 21U.?, feet, on; s check for the 20% up to 120.You get a Lifetime Warranty tool! '' '
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
of 232.23 feet, and shard '
road the North end ot the arc length a
Section 29 Township 6 South, Mange 22 graded on abanoonesi action property or bearing distance of N 44or42". W, |fbr details< contact mt tythe service dealers listed bttou. .
that was by .r ,a11n1
East. Bradford County. Florida. the County Commissioner ..Bradford 252.16 feet thence .leave said ROW line 'WnlbdlJAetlmPWatnrrlYanDsrbDw'daAed 1d 1iE. f .r rYj
at publk sale, to the highest bidder :
and run N 43>iri6t: E. 363.00 feet;
for cash. In the lobby of the Bradford County. Florida.e
rtghts-of-wey all'' thence run N 641616 B, 673.00 feet;
County Courthouse In Storke. FlorIda. at and rvoch. thence run N 31iri6"E. 384.66... toe

11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day of October, ,streets Parcel 2: A parcel of land lying: In the' point In the center line of a 100.00...

1990.WITNESS SW 1/4 of' SW 1/4 of Settle 26. Cloy Electric CoOp Inc. ROW easement
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hand and official this
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for T"Ofwmi9Hon recorded 1ft
Power
Township 5 South Rang 22 East, .redford ( .
5th day of September% 1990. County Florida; sold pore) befog; Misc. Book 19 page 191 of the Public !1 /

RAY NORMAN more particularly described ae follow: 'Records of sold County; thence run S r3j I r.Ir,1,1.M: .,

Clerk of the Circuit Court COMMENCE at the SW comer of said 3..1. along said easement =t;{ rwwMMfr .Ir.r; .

By:Carol William, Dep.Clerk Section 26 (being also the) SW earner of centerline' 630.00... more or less to the ,

FRED H. KENT. Ill Section 35). end run N BBTSIO" I..fc ne) Centerline run of The Sampson River

Florida Bar No. 327042 the line dividing. taU Section.'479.74 thence rem IW1y along sold e.n .rVne

Ken. Ridge ( Crawford feel to'9 concrete erorwment located on' 1,390.00 feet more or .lee to the Ely
225 Water Street, SuIte 900Jacksonville !! 1 1I 1r
the Easterly boundary- vnv B**
Florida 32202 State Road 200 (U.S. 301). thence N and a point bearing S 4e* r44" .. from

(904)) 338-1000 ,31"07'IO"'I.'aiong sold Etnterfy 'boundary the POBi thence .leave said centerllne'and n 1:

Attorneys tot Plaintiff 37.60... to POB. From POt thuo, run N 4641'44 W. clang. said Ely I ':; i'''r1rr

9/13 2tchg'. />>; Cant.. No. 606 described run N SfOTlO" I, along. ROW 923.00 feet. "more or .let to the

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Easterly boundary 100 feet thence B POB.
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,, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 71-J4JO" 1. 103 feet; thence S '1 WIG'" 'Subject to an easement to Cloy Electric Offer good through December 31,1990' '. ;,

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR W. parallel with sold boundary. Ca-Op. me. far power ROW across the I .. .. "

BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA. Ely.30.00 feet of the above described ,
100 feet, thence N 7134W W. feet.to t ''r" ;. '.' .
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POS.of .. I' : : .
FNB PROPERTIES INC. Florid. Parcel 2 A parcel of land lying In hetIona J '' ;
public ..... so the .highest bidderforecast. : OrtoaVAuto *V TtanamlnloaOwbistU

Corporation.Plaintiff. In the lobby of the ........ .. 33 end 33, Township 6 South Tire & Service .'Service, Madey Tire Co. I
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Courthouse Sterhe: FtorMe et Range 2' ..... end tfl rrectlo..1edIaII
.... County 4. Township" South., Rang :21 Beet .bee .402 To mpl Avmj ', 528 S. Walnut' Street.AL4 BoIC,1M1U.s.301 S.}
11:00 ...... on the 3rd toy of Octeeer '
ERNESTINE McfLAEt HAZEL WAI IION, lt 0. .. Ing bounded an .... North by the North 'I -Suite* Ft 32091 ; -* Stark, FL 32091 .Stark. *. Florida 32091 .

CM Court-Appointed Ouardtan of ...._''! !> WITNESS hand end!off Idol seal... ..... of the Sculls 54 of lee-32; beund.d I 'Y904.16480.16: '904-864-8317 '804-V64-6COO ,

Person and Property of UNESi1NE.It" .-' .. 9tn" OVf| of eWprWVteMfIVVOe my .. w ; en the West by the ...-.Chy ( iv,' >',,,1.' 5vs'-r-? .w ,,> "" "v -, r I

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\,1-'"Jt"' BHS JV Plays Baker at 7pm Here Tonightthe I

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The Bradford High JVoam Bet Brown, No. 73; .James Sewell, No. Crawford No. 7;.Willie Cohen, No.
here for 7 p.m. today (Thursday 74; 'Stephen Barber, No. 75; Aaron '9; Jason Kllby, No. 10; Shannon

Sept. :20) is the only football game In., Morgan, No. 77, and Johnny Her Brown, No.: IIi Chris Wise, No. 12;
town this week.
nandez. No. 83. Chris McLeod No. 13; Rodney
Baker High of Macdenny Is the Ends: Jason Kllby No. 10; Jimmy Padgett No. 20; Henry Strong. No.
d opponent. Baker beat the BradfordJV Parado No. 23 McLeod
i ; Stephen 21; Dan-id Young No. 31, and Mario
. ". ,' H-12 In the final game of the No. 30; Renwick Tyson No. 32; Hankerson.

season last fall. Stephen Murphy, No. 33; Joey Coaches: Mike Gutierrez, head
To date the Bradford JV has lost Williams No. 41; Jason Woods, No. coach: Harvey Lofton and Brett
804 to Union County and 20-12 to 80; .Justin Ward No. 82; Dwayne Purdy.

f': Santa Fe. Shannon Brown and Dar- Franklin, No. 86, and Paul Harris, Managers: Milton Davis, Jeremy
ren Young scored for the BradfordJV .No. 47.flacks. Lawson, David Lamb.
and Joe Williams made a : Brian Smith.No. S;SkIppy11"'I"'I"'I'.0.0.0.0..0.

touchdown saving tackle' on the ... .. .. .. ... ... ... .. .. . .0.. 0.....' 0. 0. -' '.-...0......._. .....'.-......._......L....'..-..II.
.. .f <... Bradford three line. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... .
,,, ,.,Jiria 0ah1 v.,, .. ,;" ,, yard .... .... .... .... ..:.. ........ .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 'f.1' ..'.. '.. ..I'I' ;;..=." .... ....,. .... .... .... ,... ..... .
.:;.. ; . Since the varsity has an Open date 1.lm' .. ... .. .. "L... .... .
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,... J' .".."..7."....)'" "" ." '-/t In the JV game. They are Larry 1: .. ... .. .. ... .' ." .'' '.'' '' .." ... i. .. ... ... .. _. .. ..+. ... .. ... ... ... 1':.. .
: ., ,. :i' Shannon James Daniels, Joe Gor- + + + + + + + 0 + 0 + + + + + 0 + + 00 + 0 + + + .
'I"">o. r:;.., "1"1 don, Jason Lee, Geraard Williams, .. ... ... ... .. ... ... ... .. .7. .. ... .. ... ... .... .. ... ... ." ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .7.. ... .

\ and Vlnnle BIye. tttt t t I : 1; .I. :.t jttt ttttt :

Photo by Jacob Fergucon The JV team members are: ... ... ... .., .. ... ... ... ... .. :" .I't .. It. .. .. : ...... ... ... ... ... ... ... .
The Play-Action Pass... Interference. Ten or 12 were called, but when Linemen: Justin Kendrick, No.50; .. : . . i
passes ; + ; + : ;,0 + + + 0" + + 0 + : + ;
I Quarterback Reggie Sheffield No. II. fteadi around QB Sheffield sees nothing but green grass In front he 52 Mike Clay Puhl.No.51 Vhitaker; Eric No.Stewart 53 Mike No.:! .... .... .... ...... .... ... -. ..... .... ....... .... ... :... .". ....I"... ..:.. .:..... .... ..:.. ..... ..... ..:.. .:... ..... ........ .,... .:... ..... .:... .:... .... .... .... .... ....... .... .... .... ..
left end with takes off.Sheffield gained 160 yards In eight carries on ; ; : -I- - - - - -
guard Phillip Crawford No.
12. running this play. Wilkerson, No..'81; Joel Eunice, No. t t jf 0tt t0 j t + t + t ttt :
62 No.
Jason Lee Eric Mason
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Patrick "- J '
No. 64 j; Godwin, No. 65; ..:. ..:. .... : ..:. .. -!.' ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ..... .....:. ... .... .... ... .. ....- .. .:.. :....:. .:.. .
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I (frowpn"A) Greg Marshall, No. 06; Joe Starling, .. .. .. -- .tlI.tl:!:: : : ... ... - ... ... ... .
Football No. 67; Benli Bennett, No. 69; Jason -
INS srwndlM J Lewis. No. 70: Clayton Watson. No. I ,
game. QB Sheffield was chased Pin DMMBradford M s 71: Chad D8 e IIe. No. 72: Quentin
deep as Fernandina awh/ne rue. 44'HI .
applied Pesslni Yards II 114IMT4) Goochimes
pressure. With Fernandina pursuit rc-PA-M 1*. ) Inc.
going directly at him at m\dfieJd., ...... t-ll ,
Sheffield took off around left end and PMMbIt t4 4-1 5 4B'olar Controller
managed to elude one tackler as be ,esaa _'..... r ,mScarlitfj HI 1371 S. Walnut St. Deerfoot Village Center
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turned the corner.Then Sheffield cutback ftammaryt Specializing in Starke. 964-2222
the field 1) Bradford MlahQB.... Bwlllald. I yard'run. ?
across against the ..... .
BIN jaaklm kick.Tlimi 10)) Window Tinting and Auto
grain toward the BHS sideline to I) Bradford H....-Fvllback" /.........--. C( J'
about midfield and then cut up field ((1I yard run. .ri Jaaklns,kick f.I.... ..29.10. Detailing
for his 45-yard touchdown run. _..... HI.*. KB Chartas Boyd, 7* yard
Jenkins' extra point kick was block. r.3)urn M lacond kail kick.H. Br>.J.........kick. Come By and See Beaver and Lee
ed. BHS led 33-0 with 5:27: remaining tti./. 1A.
In the game. .) Bradford HI...-PB H..k......,4 yard run. 629 N. Temple Ave. g yYfyff
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r .k'.k.1eI. ItM */. 964r9549
High 7 Starke, FL 32091
14 r u BrMtord- '_10".41 yard run. .".
F.i .ndliwHlel M J.nkIM*kick Mackad..40, I,.,..
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Beginning. From Point of Beginning thus Township 7 South Range 21 East, Bradford

I Leaal Notices described continue South 01 degree, 13 County, Florida; said parcel being /"
- minutes and 19 seconds East parallel more particularly described a* follow: yE ys, f .- 2
with said Westerly boundary 420.01 feet; lot 53 of River Bend Estatus (an
NOTICE OF SALE minute. and 11 seconds West 30.00 feet attached
thence unrecorded subdivision) a* per plat
South 88 degrees, 33 minutes and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN purwant to to an Iron rod set on the Westerly boundary 12 second West parallel with theSoutherly hereto and made o part hereof;
the Summary Final Judg.m.nt of of the right of way of sold road; boundary of sold SW 101 NE old lot being conveyed with a right of
For.closur..nt.rd In thl. COM, doted thence North 20 degrees 44 minutes Ingress and egress over easements a*
1/4. a distance of 181.50 feet to a set
September 10, 1990. that I will tell to the and 49 seconds West along last said Iron rod; thence North 01 d.gr.. 13 shown on plat, also being subject toeaiementi
highest bidder for cash. In the lobby of Westerly boundary 157.53 feet to a set minute. and 19 seconds West parallel to Clay Electric Cooperative
the Bradford County Courthouse In Iron rod; thence South 89 degrees, 55 with sold Westerlt boundary 420.01 Inc. ai shown on said plat.
Starke, Florida minutes and 14 seconds West parallel described
commencing at 11:00 feet; thence North 88 degrees, 33 Sold parcel being further a* .
a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990, with Mid Southerly boundary, 330.38 minute. and 12 seconds East parallelwith follow: Commence at the Northeatt
the following described property at Ml feet to the Point of Beginning. last sold Southerly boundary corner of old Who of SW 1/4 and run Called Council
forth In the Summary Final Judgement Reserving therefrom a right of Ingress 181.50 feet to the Point of Beginning. South 00 degree, 37 minutes and 18 Special MeetingThe
to wit: and egress over the Westerly 10 feet of Subject/ to an easement for Ingress second East, along .... Easterly boundary
Lot No. 53-A parcel of land containing that part lying within Private Grad.d thereof 697.00 feet; thence South
and feet
the
over Easterly 15.00
1.02 ocr., more or lei and lying In the Road. ther.ogres..'. 89 degree, 15 minute and 49 seconds Town of Brooker has called a
WVs of the SW 1/4 of Section 20 DATED this 10th day of September. West parallel with... Northerly boundary -
Above described
parcel being conveyed
Township 7 South, Range 21 East Bradford 1990. with a right of Ingress and egress of said WVi of SW 1/4, a distance of Special Council Meeting for
County Florida; Mid parcel being RAY NORMAN/ the 685.41 feet for the Point of Beginning.From .
more particularly described a* follow: Clerk of .the Court Commence over following at an Iron described pipe found parcel at the: Point of Beginning thus described September 24th at 7:00 p.m. The
Lot 53 of By: Carol Williams, Dep.Clerk and 18
River Bend Estates (an Northwest run South 00 degree*. 37 minutes
of sold of
corner SW 1/4 NE
unrecorded subdivision 9/13 2tchg 9/20 Cont.No. 614 with sold of this is to have
) a* per plat attached ; 1/4 and run South 01 degree, 13 minute seconds East parallel Easterly purpose meeting afirst
hereto and mad. a part hereof; boundary 429.04 feet; thence South 71
and 19 seconds East along the Westerly
bid lot being conveyed with a right of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA boundary thereof, 73.96 feet to the degrees, 34 minute and 48 seconds reading on a Fair Housing
I and EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND thence North 00
Irtgres* egret over easements at Southerly boundary of the right of West, 105.03 feet;
shown on plat oho being subect| to FOR BRADFORD. COUNTY, FLORIDA County Road 225 (formerly State Rood wayof degrees, 37 minutes and 18 second Ordinance.If .
...sam.nts to Clay EI.drlc Coo atlv.. CASE NO: 90-222-CA West, parallel with old Easterly boundary
thence South .
5.225)) 88 32
degrees
I1Ml c. a. shown.I: an laid poll t; t.Saitpt.k.1 } ;FMlil'f1NJt.NCE ANP. MORTGAGE. 'mlnutes"and; 11 s.2Obd 'Eest;bRing! ld'Si'AItlltltff'1loundClI 460.94 ,le.1;,;thence', North ,.89degrees yQu twoyl;. ,like to attend, pleased
further -19. V1 .4PleJnUH IS minutes and. .. .
being Cf..crlbed 89159-forte sh. 49.econd ;. *: "" "" '*' t, "- .
roll_. ,,,.. .' ? cold Northerly. Eoun a--- -w .
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: Comm.nc. at t"N ri \/os eenterllne of a proposed road for the East parallel with IO-., ": n--------. '" .
corner of Hid W'/. of SW 1/4 and run >.. Point of Beginning (said road being 30 dory 100.00 feet ta the Point of Beginn .

South 00 degrees, 97 minutes and 18 JOYCE E. SALVATORE and feet In width and lying 15 feet on each ing.
second East along the Easterly boun- l.J. KITE!, side of a eenterllne described as Reserving therefrom an easement for

dary thereof, 697.00 feet; thence South Defendant follows). From Point of Beginning thus Ingress and.gr.ss over the Southerly 25 Thanks,
89 degrees', IS minute and 49 second NOTICE OF SALE described run South 01 degree, 13 '_to
West parallel with the Northerly boundary NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to minutes and 19 second East parallel DATED this 10th day of September. Charlene Thomas,
of said WVi of SW 1/4. a distance of tho Summary Final Judgement of with said Westerly boundary 820.27 feet 1990.
For.clo.ur..nt.r.d hi this dated RAY NORMAN. Town ClerkNOTICE
685.41 feet for the Point of Beginning. case to the end of sold eenterllne.
September 10. that I will sell the Clerk of the Court
From Point of Beginning thus describedrun 1990. to DATED this 10th day of September
South 00 degrees. 37 minute and 18 highest bidder for cash In the lobby of 1990. .y:Carol William. Dep.Clerk
second East parallel with said the Bradford County Courthouse In 9/13 2tchg 9/20; Cont. No..13
.L..I._., ._....M... .__.. oLu__ South Easterlywunaary ./1_ .W''AW'......._ Florida! command rag _A.. 11..00 Clerk RAY of NORMAN.ma Court> .

degree ; z4. seconds a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990 By: Carol Williams, Dep.Clerk
West 105.03 feet; th.nc. North 00 the following described property a* set 9/13 2tchg 9/20; Cont. No.616
degrees. 37 minute and 18 second forth In the Summary Final Judgement.
West parallel with sold Easterly boundary to wit:"

460.94 feet: thence North 89 Lot 8: A parcel of land containing 1.00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
degrees, 15 minute and 49 seconds acre, more or .less, and lying In the SW EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION
MAPS AND
PLATS
East parallel with sold Northerly boundary 1/40'the NE 1/4 of Section 11.Township FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
100.00 feet to the Point of Beginn 7 South Range 21 East Bradford County CASE NO: 90251CA
ing. Florida said parcel being more par- FLEET FINANCE AND MORTGAGE
Reserving therefrom an easement for tlculorh/ described as follows: INC.,
ingress and egress over the Southerly 25 Commence at an Iron pipe found at Plaintiff. The Board of County Commissioners Bradford County

,.... the Northwest corner of sold SW 1/4 of v*. Florida has Adopted new Subdivision Regulations
DATED this 10th day of September NE 1/4 and run South 01 degree. 13 DAVID L. TUCKER a/k/a DAVID by
1990. minutes and 19 second East along the LEE TUCKER and SHARON TUCKER enactment of Ordinance No. 90-3 on 20 June 1990. All
I RAY NORMAN '.Westerly boundary thereof 73.96 feet to
Clerk of the Court tlve Southerly boundary of the right of D.fsndants.NOTICE OF SALE private subdivisions for which maps or plats have never

I By: Carol William., Dep.Clerk ,way of County Road 225 (formerly State NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant been recorded may be exempt from these Regulations if
9/13 2tchg 9/20; Cont. No.613 Road S-225): thence South 88 deg..... 32 the Summary Final Judgement of
or plats thereof are filed with the Clerk of the Circuit
minutes and 11 second East along said For.closur..nt.r.d In this case, dated maps

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Southerly boundary 829.59 feet; thence September 10. 1990. that I will sell) test Court Bradford County Courthouse within 90 days of the
South 01 degree, 13 minute and 19
highest bidder for cash In the lobby of .
EIGHTH JUDIOAl CIRCUIT IN AND
enactment of the Ordinance PROVIDED that such
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA seconds East, parallel with sold Westerly the Bradford County Courthouse In maps or

CASE!NO:9O-250-CA boundary 820.27 feet; thence South 88 Sterke, Florida commencing at 11:00 plats must meet certain requirements imposed by Section 7.5
33 minute and 12
degrees secondsWest
a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990
FLEET FINANCE! AND MORTGAGE!,
parallel with the boundary of the Regulations.The .
INC.. \ Southerly the following described property a* set
Plaintiff, of said SW 1/40' NE 1/".a distance. forth In the Summary. Final Judget.t. DEADLINE for recording such maps or plats is
of 181.50 feet to a set Iron rod for the .. wit:
vs. Point of Beginning. From Point of Beginning '. September 20 1990.
DARLA ROBERTS alta DARLAS. Lot No. 53-A parcel of land containing'
ROBERTS thus described continue South 88 1.02 acres, more or lei, and lying In the
.... 33 minute and
12 second
.. .g. WV4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 20
D.f.ndant.NOTICE OF SALE West, parallel with last sold Southerly
boundary 103.71 feet to set Iron rod
a ;
to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant '
of thence North 01 degree. 13 minute and
the Final Judgment
Summary *
Foreclosure entered In this case, dated 19 second West, parallel with sold
September 10. 1990. that I will sell to,hehlghe.t Westerly boundary. 420.01 feet; thence Y
bidder for cash In the lobby of 1 I.1.conds'[ .North 88 cfegr'_: 33'minute and 12 ..Jf.si.taxpayer: files a tax complaint he has to appear
East, :
< parallel with lost sold
the Stark.Bradford, Florida County commencing Courthouse.1 11:00 In J Southerly boundary. 103.71 feet thence i before the Tax Adjustment Board and the Tax Assessor

a.m. on the 2nd day of October,, 1990..: ,''t tfotrth l 01 degree, .13. minutes and 19 : '; Alvarez. I serve this board and listen to
the following described property as set j seconds East, parallel! with said Westerly .. Jimmy! can on
Q.bomdory.[: >> 420.01 feet to the Point of .
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Final ;
forth In the Summary Judgement Beginning. ilj i, : ,'- both sides of the issue
to wit: y. 4 .
Above described parcel) being .
1.39 convoyed a
A parcel of land containing acres .
In the NE 1/4 of with a 60.00 foot easement for Ingress I

the more NE or 1/4 less of and Section lying 10. Township 7, follow, egress: That part and of utilities tho Westerly described 60.00 a. : Would you the taxpayer feel comfortable with Greg

aid Range parcel:24 East being Bradford more County particularly Florida; feet of the Road SW 1/4 225 of( NW "4 lying Southof ?*% ... ., /! Alvarez the Commissioner, having to decide a tax issue
County formerly State Road
described a* follow: k's betWeen and his brother Alvarez? If he
Commence at a concrete monument S-23S) of Section 12. Township 7 South 4 you Jimmy

'located at the Northwest corner of said Range 21 East together with the NortherK Mr disqualifies himself District 2 will not be represented.
60.00 fast of the Southerly 390.00 feet.of I ,
South 00
1of NE 1/4 and run
NE! .
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the S/i of the
NII.xc.pt. Westerly
07 minutes and If .second,
degrees 364.00 feet, of said Section' 11.

..thereof.tost, along 1163.36 the..Westerly. to.set Iron boundary rod for '?. ,Let 7: A parcel of land containing 1.75 Consider the; qualifications and the differences
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'acre*. more or Isis and lying In the SW
the Beginning Point thus of Beginning.described continue From Point South of 114 of the NE 1/4 of Section 11, Township between us i1"I I think you will vote for Arthur Gaskins.

seconds 7 South Rang.21 East Bradford County.
and 11
07 minute
00 East degree, along. old Westerly boundary; Florida) sold parcel being more particularly Your vote and support are

*165.70 feet to O -.eonerete .monument of said Commence: described an e*Iron follow pipe found at' greatly appreciated! : MARK YOUR CALENDAR TO VOTE OCTOBER 2nd!
the Southwest comer
located at
the Northwest corner of sold SW 1of
NE 1/4 of US 1/4: thence North.-eI.89degrees. NE! 1/4 and run South 01 degree, 13
55 minutes and 14 minute and 19 seconds East the
along
of
East along thie Southerly boundary distant. of Westerly boundary thereof.73.96 feet to ELECT ARTHUR GASKINSCounty
of Ml/4. 41
Mid NE 1/4 the eenterUne of 0 20 foot the Southerly boundary of the right of
424.81 feet to road thence North 20 way of County Road 22S (formerly State
private graded : seconds (toad S-225)); thence South 88 degree.32
end 49
degree. 44 minutes .minute and 11 seconds East along said .
'Wet. along told eenterllne. 30.88 feet Southerly boundary 829.39 feet thence Commissioner-District 2-Democrat
of the
IRa
to a point at beginning South 01 degree, 13 minutes and 19
centerUne of a 60 fool wide County Bred- .seconds East parallel with sold WesterlyjMMjndary Pd. Pole Adv. Pd. for by Campaign Treasurer
South 69 degree 15
ed road; thence run 400.26 .feet to the Point oj


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IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OC FLORIDA,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND st
FOR MAOFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA r' '( ,
CASE NO:9O-223.A
FLEET FINANCE AND MORTGAGE :t$'I I7n
INC..
Plaintiff,
v*>. ,
DWIGHT H.BERRY and BARBARA
A. BERRY; and BRADFORD COUNTY

FLORIDA F r, 1 i.
Def..an.. t
NOTICE OF SALE. .y
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
the Summfery Final Judgement of
""'oeur. entered In this COM, dated
September 10 1990 that I Will Mil to th* ClW MDAolNa ,ALe
hlahnt bidder for cosh In the lobby of
the Bradford County Courthoo In
Stark, Florida commencing at 11:00 /
..m. on the 2nd day of October 1990
the following described properly at wt
forth /In the Summery Final Judgement ; 1
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to wit: A '{ ; / mawo w'i
Parcel No. B: A parcel of land contain. T
Ing 1.00 acre, more or let,and lying In
the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 10, WINE
Township 7 South Range 21 Eott Bradford COOLERS 4N11 s uwn
County Florida; told parcel being $.99 SALE REGULAR 8 LIGHT Ate
more particularly described a. follow: t I 1 1 1 1 110E.5a w n i / 9 7 -
Commence at a found concrete monument
located at the Northweit com.r of 1 I 1 2.49 R LTE 6-PK cAli x '
aid SS 1/4 or NE 1/4 and run North 89 I
degree, S3 minute and 14 *econd
East along the Northerly boundary wroRno
thereof. @LBl feet to the centerllne of I I 1 I I I 1
an ...ittting 20 foot road; thence South I.. II! 3pt :
21 degree, 12 minutes and 37 seconds 'DEWARS.PASSPORT ". Gilbey's OMEGA .. .HJOttirVODKA 1 ABC 80 ism
Eo t,138.28 feet to on Iron rod set at an SCOTCH ,,fp LONDON DRY
angle point In said centerllne; thence White Label: .. VODKA ,
South 21 degree, 22 minute. and 11 SCOTCH 17314.99 SALE Gin. 940 GIN! -"- m.10.99u GII.IUM I
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seconds East along sold centerllne, LTR2.00 M
313.27 feet to a set Iron rod; thence Mun -1.50 -.. RED
North 71 degrees, 32 minute and 43 B99 12.99 649 1199 wm 599LTR. WHITE&BLUE[
9.49
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seconds East 292.43 feet to a set Iron Mun W MUTt tYnNat
rod; thence South 86 degrees 5V CS. OF 12-S1 W.00 CS. OF 8 .$89.94 FREE w.::'rni:Lni CS. OF 71.94 CS. OF 8 .$65.94 CS. OF 12 $71.88Stotichnayal tas.utI
minute and 20 second East. 181.43 f..t I M \.
to a set Iron rod and the Point of Beginn Clan 649

described ing. From continue Point of South Beginning 86 degree thus. MacGregor (G1faG,R.J7_ <<.D..'J Bmm R JJoMBAi ABSOLUT 80 VODKA [ 24CS'i iI I i

31 minute and 20 seconds East 171.50 14.49 SALE SCOTCH GIN PKT feet rod the
to on Iron set on Easterly I
boundary of aforesaid SE 1/4 of NE 1/4: LTR._O.flft *m..'" 1 99 99 A ""'-3.00 &n -
thence South 00 degrees, 14 minute and 2099 11750ML BEER
S3 seconds East along said Easterly 11.49 'IFER_II i : Jl 750 ML !T50 iuMcCORMICK Wf11 | m
boundary 270.00 feet to a set Iron rod CS. .REGULAR,,LIGHT.ALE
; CS. OF 6 $86.94 CS. OF 6.$125.94'I $139.95 CS.OF 12 143.88 CS. OF 119.94
thence South 74 degrees,56 minute.and 'I
58 seconds West 130.00 feet; thence ''
North 08 degree, 30 minute. and 44 CHIVAS Johnnie 'j SengtnmS'VODKA Emimoff> TARKOV ''P 1 6-PK I s
seconds West 316.65 f..t to the Point of '
s.ginning.R.Nrving. Walker '; OR 80 PROOF
REGAL Giti VODKA!
th.r.from an easement for RED r GIN VODKA .

Northerly Ingr., egress 30 feet and thereof.utilities ov.r the 1749 2599 ,;Ti 9 9 139t 699 Ola s- ,
IVSCS.
iMihoauliee
Above with described{ parcel being conveyed t ts L
a right of Ingress and
egress I
over the following described parc.l: cs. OF 12. $209. CS. OF 8.5155.94SCOTtN s CS. OF 8 82.95 CS.OF 12.m.88 OF 6.185.94 !I z 7.l9 sALE .
Commence at a concrete monum.nt .P. H9M1 Y CAllI1.50 ::,,.
(located at the Northwest corner of the dt SUIT. AFmI '
NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of sold Section 10 and aWblR TEACHERS 1 1 1 I Ia BOURBONS i J i J & BLENDSWILD i I .. CASE 6A9 ABA!! "
run South 0 degree, 07 minute and 19 :,
seconds East along the Westerly boundary 750 9.99 SALE WIseR'fZJM _
thereof 137.72 feet to the'Southerly ML3.00 ::.. x a n TOM SIMS >L' .
boundary of the right-d-woy of County 1899, CANADIAN TURKEY 8 YR KENTUCKY
Road 223 (formerly State Rood S-223)): 6.99:11
: HERITAGE ,
BOURBON
thence South 77 degrees, 14 minute and -.='-. 100' PROOF HOLLAND BEER ,
19 seconds East along sold South.rly CS. OF 6 .$109.95 CS. OF 12-$119.88 fK 3.!! BAu
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403.77 feet the 8 122 WILD 139 7
boundary to centerllne' .11' 1 .I sR. Ruwn
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of'on existing road for Point of Beginning )750 ML 750 ML ini. "
(said rood being 60 feet In width and MANAGER'S I 1 SPECIALS CS.OF 12,$107.88 CS. OF 6. $74.94 CS.OF 12'$137.88Seagram's CS. OF 8.$83.94 aZ.99
lying 30 feet on each side of a centerllne
described a. follows): From Point of BBflDM
Beginning thus described run South 0 ,, MT. GA r Seagram's (rwn OU J --
degree, 07 minute and 19 seconds UM MOLSON
IMPORTED
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tost,of parallel said NE with 1/4 of the NE Westerly 1/4 a distance boundary / 1.751/ 2.99 SALE BARBADOS RUM V.O. ; ot ._ 1 Cttnun m@w( CANADIAN ,

of 378.18 feet; thence South 13 degree, LTD._3.flf) mo.rum 4..r"Y. A BEER

IS minute and 41 seconds West 374.63 1199 1. 899 1349 : 3x 139,! 124,! f fLTR. 379
feet; thence South 20 degree, 44 9.99 = t ; LTII. :m
minute and 49 econds East 333.96 feet z 8.174.9Sn CS. OF 12- $142.00 'CS. I
to the end of said 60 foot road and the CS. OF CS. OF 6* $113.50 CS. OF 161.88 CS. OF 8.181.95 OF 8 $73.50

beginning of a rood 20 feet In width and .
lying 10 feet on each side of soldcenterllne CANADIAN CHEVY anaa'wn lACK.ELVET HEAVENHILL
; thence continue South 20 MEMIUM 86.8' ROYALE =
degree., 44 minute and 49 seconds
THE PREMIUM 13 IN TUB 80 BLENDEDBOTTLlNOTTHlPRICE IaTD BEaM '
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East along said centerllne, 30.88 feet; SCOTCH WHISKY 17512.99 SALE 80' BOURBON .
thence South 21 d.grNS,12 minutes and ""'-7.00 ::., AICOHOLfREEBEER.
S7 seconds East 438.28 feet to a set Iron I IlHy : g1 I I'J
B 169 1199 Tr 109! 78 !
rod minute; thence and 11 South seconds 21 East degree 31 3.27,feet 22 + IS. ,LTH 9.99 s./ wcs. I 12-PK \

to a point at the end of said centerllne CS. OF 8-$80 CS. OF 6 $101.94 CS. OF 8 .$70.95 CS. OF 8 $73.50 CS. OF 12-$95.a8 CS. OF 6. $65.94 II, C Rs

and on the North.rly boundary qf a 30 r..rni.r rA..r.rlr..' .
I loot rood; sold 30 foot road bound on th.
:, North by the following described line: .. ]= WINE I -SALE:;jII JUG:WINE SALE: SPARKLING! WINE-SALE-: .CALIFORNIA; : WINE-SALE 411I '

I,i From degree last, 32 sold minute point and run 43 North.cond.71 \|....TtteTI tSESSf:. ML 8.49 Carlo Ronl =;" Ll... 5.49 Sebastlani *_"';_ S 9.99 i Sebastian! s wo:.::.... :. 4.29 'Budr REGULAR,UGNT DRY11U

I East 292.43 along f..t to said a set Northerly Iron rod boundary; thence 81Oe Nul Uelllnlumllcll :K 4.49 I Cello ...ne"' ... L.l 3.79 I*6lora! Ferrer M 11.99 Glen Ellen -:=, =::: ?ULrso. I 3.99 dweW '

I South 86 degree, 31 minute and 20 Choi. Da GlanaS M 12.49 ABC ==r Ll... 4.99 Codomlu =: L 5.99 I Geyser Peak __ &.49
seconds East along said Northerly boundary
332.93 feet to an Iron rod set on Iolla I.S MOUMIMPORTED 4.69 Glen Ellen ..n. Lil'1. 5.49 Gold Seal ..:::::... 2? .4.99 I *Clos du Bols atwrawr :r .9.49 --- MaOLCMRMA I I II

the 1/4 of Eastern/oNE 1/4 boundary and end of of aforesaid sold 30 foot SE Mouton Cadet "ssstssszs M 5.99 Cella Larobrusco LTR .49 ]Sreol Western ... K 5.99 i iI I *Chal. SI. /lean': M 9.49

rood.DATED this 10th day September..' RolhIJurJ L? 8.49 ,, Togo Sangria Red Ltl'1. 8.49 Mumm's ... 18.99 I Sebasllaal = 4.99 GNUM

1990. *Tr.mbach :: X 8.99 Rlunlle ..u- LTL 5.79 Moat ft Chandon :: K 18.99 JordanRendalIackson= : 17.99 AIALTTJQUOIV
RAY NORMAN 16 OZ. CAN
Clerk of th*Court 'Chateau :::0= .rsg MLIIUXMU 19.99 Taylor __ m.-w., LT/1. 4.79 KKorbel ""..::. ". K 9.99 =r M 9.49
By':Carol Williams, Clerk
91132tchg9l20; Cent.Dep.No.612 alckenberg LR TSS 4.49 ,Inglenook..-+w, aSS5i! LT'rL 8M Andre XXX,: X 2.99 I dial. St. Michelle ar.as, M 8.99 &PK. u

nln React R.:=LL M 5.49 ROBERT Beaulieu Plnot Noir M 7.49

Reused Refuse Rah ='= : 4.49Sandemalf Sebastianl MDNDRVIe b of as t. !."" Beaulieu -==- M: 8.99
PROP" !TOA'S the SwsneiNOT .
Americans recycled approximately -.::" .R,12.99 rw..c.'. ..uw/r wwwuLwlr ooaa.ww o WOODRIRItXiEsnr. 1MMtMa _eL NOIRBLANC Sebosllonl ..=y M 4.29

27.' million tons of paper last Beringer aZEu. K 4.49 RsawuL LtoRr,r-aDLo
y ar-more than a million tons over
the amount recycled in 1988 according ncer's Rose :: 3.99 41.5LTn. 8 4750MLcs. *Chal. SI. Jean =, 7Jf 12.99
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to.Georgia-Pacific; Corp., the' 1.6 LTR. .
world's largest forest products com of .: 7.49 .Of..S2U4 ca. OF..151.15 cs.OF 12.$52.90 .Krug == :. 7.99 ,.
pany. f

were About recycled, 26 million In 1988.GeorgiaPacific tons. of paper irish Mid :: SPECIALTY' SALE ,- Wolkw'iBrfflitty M 7.49 1: _

is recycling about 11IIIII .=. M Christian Bros. R..r :: 8.99 Raynal VSOP "=" LTII. 11.99 ,HO JE Labatt's
BSO.OOOlons: of waste paper a year for
contalnerboard, gypsum paperboard CaniBerl Aperlllvo I? 18.991 Amarelto awsa.ro :: 14.99 KaaioraCenifled .::. :: 7.99 L..... b,ER
printing paper and tissue.
The company also sends an additional Massy VS X Tla MariaSamboea ,= :: 12.99 Brandy U: 13.99 3

be recycled.223,000 The tons amountof of scrap recycled paper to RBaHey's IrlJfi 2 BommoWIH&SOB :: 13.99 10" ;; cs. OF s75saa5.eL .379:.. ? I

paper is expected to increase eachyear
as more U.S. pulp and paper
mills use scrap paper to decrease 1 r, r. iy n SUHD i, JESf, u u IMiSItt H"FtflSCHMANH'S>>
operating costa and reduce waste. ; ; 'SCORESBY ; FlE13CNt11Aii9t'S ; ROHRICORUM I POPOY j

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produced'annually the United a'e on I AUL'lNASS01; GOLD SEAL I ( GALLC ,;

States tree species-, many the are cedar.made from OM YEtt1Yl00TH CHABLIS i n. i ULIr. CHABLIS i ?f;; .

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the war! '. largesu forest products
company. L WE BEAT 1 ALL
The wool! also .to used as a lining LIQUOR
for closets ,and clothing chests
because of its fragrance. addition
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.The Call of the Wild Turkey



by Greg Crites

You never see them.You' might, I take pains that they are right.I've
walking in the right section of' the never had one' returned."
forest,hear a rustling,loud' crashing "You..,when you' are out in the
through the brush and then si woods you are not going to run up on' 'a ? Jrit
lence.They have incredibly acute a turkey.You can't sneak upon one.'
sense ofhearing.' Their eyesight is a There is a saying, 'A deer thinks
direct,in.tantrecognitionofobjecte. every human is a stump the wild
No;it'.not the marines.If.the wild turkey thinks every stump is a ,'* ,.'
turkey. A wily game bird hunted human'.They have a poor sense of' ......; .......
often' rarely taken. smell but their hearing and eyesight ..., ..."
One person who'i. consistently' insure that they will be some 'l .
successful in his hunts is Lamar where else long before you get to
William.Starke.' He enjoys' hunt where they were. That's why you'
ing the turkey more than anyoneyou'll have to lure them to you' with some
ever meet.Lamar was raised form' of' call.That's also why thereare ...J
and went to school in Bradford
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County and his roots to this area 80 f.. turkey hunten.You' don'tjustgrabyourlicense.readtherules n
run deep. Since graduation' he has Lamar Williams shown with turkey and the box call that lured him to Lamar 9
Williams shown hewing out blocks of' wood for eventual Box
a' load shotgun' walk into the
worked with the railroad is your the table.
member of the National Guard and woods and get a turkey.Successful Call production.
for the past 15 years he ha.quietly turkey hunting require.dedication. 10 or 12 hens and one' gobbler might leave that area and not' return.
built a reputation' for building the You: may hunt for two years and I have five. The gobblers roost as That's not true.I've shot a turkeyin
', finest hand made box calls avail- never even lure one' close' enough to much u 300 yards away from' the certain areas every year for a
: able at any price. After work he see, let alone shoot. You have to 1. hens so in the morning as the sun number ofyean.If it is a good area
spends few hours' in hi.shop
a quiet
practicing his artistry.It's not' the learn about the gobblers and how to begins to rise that gobbler will start for the turkey to live in; if it has
money" Lamar says. 1 feel that make the call sound. The calling gobbling and the hens will be call- good cover clean water a good food
making is an art form.I learned technique is different during certain ing and they will work' their way to supply then turkeys will habituatein
from one' of' the best and I intend to times of the day and even during each other.' that area. They are like bass in
pass down that knowledge as it was different time.of' the season. "The Gobbler is always searching that respect.If you catch a big bass
passed tome'.I believe a good box call "Turkeys are very gregarious. for another' hen.That's the only in a certain hole another will surely
should be made from I tingle block of They are social and like to congregate reason you' can hunt a turkey with take over that spot because it had
wood one at a time., My calls are designed and travel together. There i. any success.By using a call,whethera everything a growing bass needs

fight to them beeuytoUHlOyoudon'thaveto for the correct tone or' pitch. an occasional' old gobbler who stays Box Call, elate call, Tube Call the right oxygen' food cover' etc.
This is built into my calls. Each call pretty much alone but the majority Wingbone or' a mouthcall you prey Wild turkeys are not' stupid.The old'
regardlessofthetypeofwoodwiflsound' enjoy the company of other' turkeys. on' that gobbler. desire. You' convince tale that a turkey will drown in the .
a little different.This is because wood, This becomes' even more apparent him thatyou'are ahen,and he rain by looking up with his mouth
like people? ,has its own' distinct charac- during breeding season which, in L nOW' will work his way up toyou.He may .open' may, be true of' certain domesticated -
teniUcs.No two'woodgrains are the same.. Florida, occurs around March or .3 get a hundred yards away and never turkey.buUUs,by no stretch
If s not just three different varieties April.Then the hens are congregat-' a gobble again,then bang he's worked' of' the imagination true of' wild
of' wood carved and glued inglooking for mates and the young' his way right on' top of you. Movement turkeys. They do not adapt to encroachment -
together.Every piece of' wood carvedin havea male turkeys, called.Jakes, are ? .YRY/M/ is the single moat critical ele- : and will find new area
the will
different same sound.exact manner You' have to know together into group and fignting ment that must be controlled if you construction takes place anywherenear
how' it should' sound and carve that constantly a bunch ofkids' tryingto wish to be successful. If you' are them. If too many dogs run
wood until you get there. If s not establish dominance. The old' moving, fidgeting working a call near while chasing a deer they will
work to me.I make them by hand so gobblers have a pecking order which -.--- whatever and that turkey steps scatter and then they'll begin calling
I only' make so many a year.At the is determined by the strongest Even into the open,forget it.Game over. and get back together just like
beginning of the year I accept orders the hens establish a pecking order. A Double Sided Box Call made by Lamar. You might as well go'home." quail do; but if this happens time
for' what I can make and that is By the spring of' the year two or "Many say that if you shoot one' and time again they'll just get away
all..guarantee.them 100%because .three!of the male gobblers may have turkey in a given area the rest will from that area and will not return

for months or even years. They getSXTTCKJ
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; t. Oriel Wells Chevy-Olds Has Made a Special. .Purchase .oi .1990Vehicles -- ,huntera.AjJVe"There is not' easy are,and no*said because casual turkey* turkey of hunting that

there are fewer turkey hunters than

Especially For Bradford Union & Keystone Folks that folks sport i.too who growing many' hunt and turkey.other' there game.I.achance could The be

taken. A hen will lose 60% of her
hatch before' they mature to adults
1990 Passenger Astro Van
$299 due sickness,weather
to predators
per month PW PDL,AT Front&Rear Air t,Tilt Cruise}
and O'therfactor.' .They are a fragile
__. species and care must be taken by
everyone who'loves the sport tohelp
i preserve and maintain the wild
turkey population.' If you' are a turkey
hunter or have considered it, I
9u f would' suggest two things.Onebuyone
of' the many fine books on' turkey
hunting. The Art & Science of
Turkey Hunting by Lovett Williamsof
Gainesville i. a top notch book.
Lovett is one' of' the top turkey biolo-
l gists in the country and thi. book
covers all a.spectsO'the' turkey.Two';
join The National Wild Turkey
1990 Cavalier $8 995 $15 900 Federation.' They have over' 60,000
9 members nationwide. They are a
6 to Choose From-AT,Air PS, PB Custom Cloth Stereo 9 national not-for-profitGrganization

working' for the restoration and wise
management of' the American wild

199O Silveradol 199 Cutlass turkey. Your' membership helps
fund wild turkey research and
management,helps to improve and

; V6.AT.PS,A/C,Tilt,PDL, protect wild turkey habitat and
I rra Pulse Wiper,AM/FM Stereo promote safe ethical turkey hunt-
$1s2995; ing.Their newsletter alone is worth
I the price of becoming a member.
I $ 2,39 They also' organize' a number of'
.
annual conventions for' serious' turkey

L Payments as low WAS .. hunters. with seminars and

as $269.00. $15,261 ) Was $14.789 'mGre.

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$1000 Down+Tax Title&Tag.WAC **$2000 Down+Tax Title A Tag.WAC
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1 89 Ford Escort GTLow I 89 Ford Escort '84 Dodge Royal Van Several Pick-Ups are no

miles.Like newl AT,AC, Extra Clearv Low Miles l 8pa ". Especially For casual turkey

$3995 Hunters In

$7,995X89 $7,395 Stock hunters .


Ford F-250 1 '86 Lincoln 87 Ford n 87 Chevy ..

4x4 Taurus $5 99 Celebrity One last and most important
Town Car Loadedlll paint.I think W be remiss during
Grey V6, Loadedl!
LARIAT Loaded all the waylL$9,995 this interview I didn't comment at
Alt Power Low Miles 86 Chev. 4x4S" least once about our' responsibilities -
L $5,995 as hunters. If you are like me,
$13.995 $6,995 you' love hunting. It' not' whetheryou
get something. It's the simple
enjoyment of' the woods. A remem-
brance of days past when you went
out' with your grandfather. As a
L hunter ifs incumbent upon us to
become involved with preserving
species of game By joining organi-
nations who work to preserve the
integrity of hunting you can give
back a portion of what you've' en-

joyed.National
Wild Turkey Federation -
U.S. 301 NORTH DEERFOOT VILLAGE ,P.O.Box 530 Edgefleld South.
Carolina, 29824.
964-6537
964-750O; + HEADQUARTERS The Art Science of Turkey

: OLDSMOBI'LE Hunting by Lovett Williams write
:,, '. ,CHEVROLET toe 2201SE 41 Ave..Gainesville FL
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Page 28 TELEGRAPII TIMES MONITOR SECTION September 2i,1MO



Baseball Cards-Booming Business for the 90'sIn



other not here to inflate the value of my "fakes" range in quality to very The trading card hobby is
1987 FLEER a trading card September 17th in downtown day and trading I think cards it opening every inventory by taking advantage, of poor where even the casual collector growing daily in popularity. That's
company issued a Bo Jackson card. Keystone Heights. "My hobby has increased number of illustrates the youngsters. I'm not going to trade can plainly see that they are fakesto good for Topps Fleer and Upper
Before the first grown without conscious effort intoa collectors out 11 old Deck the three trading card
pack was purchasedthe there." some year a Bo Jackson card almost indiscernible copies. major
card valued $6.00.Now, business. said Bob. "I've been for their $5000.00 The increased
was at Mickey Mantle "They always make a mistake companies.
Bob and
3 years later that same card sells for collecting for about 11 years now; his store 'Who's On somewhere in the process." said popularity has spawned a few new
$21.00. Baseball cards today are not and despite losing around 100,000 First' also that have some enlightened Unfortunately not all baseball Sherif Habib owner of Comics Plus companies and they all appear to be
only fun-but serious business. almost irreplaceable cards cards in a policies business not everyone in the card dealers adhere to that kind of on University Street in Gainesville. making money. The best advice to
fire have 1 adhere to. "We allow
recent today over no
"That's what collector summed
makes the Beckett the was up by
ethical practice. There are even
single item
million cards. Opening this store transaction whether a
Trading Card Guide Bob "Read the Beckett
valuable. Kerce
Each year for 80 years there has was a logical step for me. I enjoy purchase, trade, or outright sale illegal duplications ot some cards alert so
They to known Guide, to know supplier.
duplicates
you get your
txCIa new issue of baseball cards. believe it is valued at$15.00 that hot. Someone with
the hobby and I a good or over by anyone are very a in circulation and how to spot That can be assured of ,
All those years have produced a hobby for young people to become 14 years of age or younger withoutthe printing press decides to run off them. On way you cards and )
a really good the prices good quality ?
huge number of fans and collectors in. There's written of certain card that is copy good
Involved store of
a new presence or consent a copies a texture of the card Is usually inside advice on what is likely to \,
but as one collector said 'There devoted to baseball, football and parent What that means is that I'm selling particularly well. These different rise in value." '
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z W.WIN b.IIMM*to hoftW MM .I..erI.m .Ihx M ell _1181>1.
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have been more new collections
started up in the past 3 years than I
in all of the preceding years %

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Hampton Man PleadsTo dollars and 'cents.WINNDIXIE value add up to savings at

Child MolestingA works hard to WINN-DIXIE.

62-year-old Hampton man,
George William Cardin, has been
sentenced to 24 months of community
control and placed under proba-
tion after pleading no contest to lewd
a female child under 12.
I According to Bradford authorities, r' .
the offense occurred Feb. 24, 1990. Wr I iijjI _
Cardln,the Information states,rubb--' c--- 1 r
ed his hand on the child's vagina and
put his tongue In her mouth. 1
Cardin whose date of birth is Jan. ; r/_ 1k _
5, 1928, pleaded nolo contendre Sept. -
17 before Circuit Judge James

Judge Tomlinson.George He Pierce was to sentenced 24 months by of NOBODY !
community control to start Oct. 1. NOBODY CAN BEAT
Judge Pierce stipulated that Cardin .
have no contact with the victim or

with her family any child and without to have supervision no contact, Winn-Dixie Helps You Get the Lowest Total Food Bill Every Day! Compare Our Prices. You'll Like The Savings.

and to seek If .....
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2 ArrestedIn 1 EVERYDAY EVERYDAY'L'

Drug Case eEuDELI UDW ppICE 1 LpW PRICE W palcE

Starke resident Christopher
Dinkins, 18, was arrested Saturday, s
I, Sept. 15, by Sheriff's Deputy, Lt. .
I David A.Aderholt,and charged with
I possession of cocaine, trespass, t rIi I I.I I.
I, resisting arrest without violence,
criminal mischief and driving with
license suspended.A BOILED TURKEY I 1
passenger in the car, Alvin HAM or
Jenkins 19, was also arrested, andcharged BOILEDHAM
with trespass and resisting "j. LILAC
arrest without violence.
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When the Dinkins car was stoppedby ; DETERGENT
; .
Lt. Aderholt both Dinkins fled \ t- :
the and scene Jailed.but were soon apprehended $290 I ':. $389

Aderholt was assisted by Lawtey
Police Officer Ray Shuford. LB.
Christopher Dinklns" bond was
set at $5,000, Alvin Jenkins bond at 8-INCH, TWO LAYERS iTh
$1,025. Both posted bonds and were GERMAN CHOCOLATE or
released. .
-' :..5 ,. COCONUT .IVIMYDAY iI LOW: Pic(II fTVTI ai-TTJT-V.M' J.14.1
Speed Charged #' "Ii'>>:: CAKE DIET PEPSI, MT. DEW,
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With Inn .1 CAFFEINE FREE DIET' THRIFTY MAID W/MUSHROOM.
Robbing PEPSI or MEAT or REGULAR d
Speedville resident Eddie Speed e PEPSI SPAGHETTI I
28, was arrested Friday,Sept. 14 for $588EA.
the burglary of the Tippin Inn which -eI.A.A.A D COLA SAUCE PRESTIGIO SPAGHETTI.
occurred during the early morning
hours of Thursday, Sept. 13. .
Bradford County Deputy Sheriff TAKE HOMEBARABECUE $100
Jason Bennett charged Speed with Z-LTR. $108
burglary,grand theft and dealing in FORK _BTL. 32-oz.
stolen property. Bond was set at IIICWOI JAR
15000. ::::::..= DIMMER PACK !
The burglars entered Tippin Inn :
VEO DEEPSALTINES
'CH cio nucauiui<> CRACKIN SOUTH
i.tUHIlWHOL'1I211IHILcoM8"8"
through the roof and took the cash GOOD38c 99c
register, television and other items. ULMUTOMUOUIAWDHAM MAYONNAISE .'. NlN
The cash register was recovered. S9'99 .n. '__ .n ___ .._.._ I
Deputy Bennett also arrested Joe V afar.EM4LL rLo NAu r WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR REX'
Middleton,30,and charged him with IUter.eeipn EA. RASPBERRY APPLE STRAWBERRY.RAISIN NUTarm SHOPPING UST THAN JUST GROCERIESI! MEMO ...$79'8
after the fact and NOM :.
accessory dealing VIDEO TAPE -.
in stolen property in the Tippin Inn memoes HAM TURKEY, BOLOGNA. --
ONIONS a TOMATOES: NABISCO c-;: NlGIfT TAlL
case. Ills bond was set at$5,000. SALAMI I "
Both men claimed to live in or MIN .SUB $ 19 'NEWTONS VARIETIES ALK ELTZER ct$334

near Melrose. SANDWICHESItoTKCHEDDAR u I. -- lAVE PLUS . . ':
VIMEOAII/MwrER." MUSK. HERBAL BELL
Orton Arrested HAIR SPRAY
$325
$198 iRiSH
N GENTLE.
I For Manufacturing, CHEESE. . tiP 88C
Having Cannabis U. =: DOUCHE ,. .'. J2
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Walter T. Orton. Jr. 23, was arrested omiHMrms) r REGULAR 0 r WITH MARSHMALLOW I ROLL/SCRUB
7-01.
and charged with manufac- DRUMMETTE $1800PLAnER $797
I) turing cannabis and possession of . HOT CHOCOLATE ftS '99 CAN SPONGE MOP IA
more than 20 ems of cannabis Monday
I' Sept. 17, according to Sheriff.
I : ,, Deputy Lt.David A. Aderholt.
Deputies visited the Orton horn
I east of Starke Saturday, Sept 15,
and found two large marijuana Clean Stores tin
I plants about 10 feet tail, growingnear .
a building on the property) ,
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Renovation of Rosenberg Building Soon


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Dial'll: commissioners agreed ty north of the -
Rosenberg Building educational and
Tuesday,Sept.18,to transfer ownership approximately 30 feet, and the in perpetuity programs, and to provide training com- use 175-200 that win seat approximately facilities located on the bottom'floor, system similar'Lo The: Andrews
of the historic Rosenberg property to the east of the Building munity facilities that currently are e2. A persons at any given time. and a physical addition similar to Center in which approximately 12-18
Building on East Call Street In (Including all property to the east of not available and/or easily accessible facility for the Bradford the structure on the north side of the feet of the existing property adjacent
Starke To the Santa Fe Endowment the Rosenberg Building to the to the general public.The SFEC which County Historical Society Museum Andrews Center which will includean to the building will be utilitzed
Corporation (SFEC) for use as an railroad track and/or whatever property ,proposes to raise and spend approximately as well will be a tourism attraction, elevator, an entryway and a for maintenance,heating,air conditioning -
education facility. the City of Starke has or any $500,000-1600.000 to make that will as an educational facility facility for a secretarial office.{ This electrical and refrigeration
A detailed proposal of SFEC plans interest therein) for the purposes of this property an exemplary facility enhance and improve the facility will be constructed on the equipment.A retaining wall will be
knowledge of the
follows: public and students northern 25-30 feet of the and
constructing an additional college in same nature as the Andrews of Bradford and its existing constructed to provide
facility that will enhance, improve, Center. e3. Several County hlstroy. Rosemberg Building property and esthetically pleasing and com-
The Statement... and allow for expansion of the Andrews Specifically, the SFEC plans to classrooms for educational will be attached in such a manner as plimentary look for the Rosenberg
At the request of Center In Bradford renovate the approximately 7,200 several and training purposes; to be complimentary and blend with Building.The .
munity leaders In the etrcom- The SFEC pledges to Countt square foot Rosenberg Building into workshops,seminar rooms for the original construction of the remaining property to the
Bradford County area, the Santa Fe historical Rosenberg several educational and community munity activities programs, and com- Rosenberg Building. east of the Rosenberg Building that
Community College Endowment Improve the adjacent property in facilities: meeting ; and some eS.The college plans to utilize the is currently owned by the city and
Corporation SPEC) has accepted: such a manner that will enhance the el. A major performing arts rooms for community property immediately to the east of any interest In the property In which
groups as
the Rosenberg Building,the proper downtown area of Starke, provide theater for community and college e4. There necessary.will be the building to construct the air conditioning both the city and railroad have Interest -
restroom heating and ventilation In,will be utilized as a public
3 ,- ;--' area for students, the general
public, and others to use for casual:
,r r-<.- meeting,after classes,before public
performances during intermissions\
of public P performances, and for a
Q y place to have lunch or other acOvltes
that relate to the campus facility.
This space will be the only-such'
v r" QUANTiTY space available for public use directly
__'"WIID related to the building; ,-:
.on-- The building will have no:con
PRICES GOOD f} gregate hallways, or space In it ex-
l
THURS.1SEPT. WED. cept for access to the classroomsand
auditorium.It is envisioned that
S CHOICE
U. 20-2 8 1990 the area will be beautifully landscaped -

maintained. and cp-
propriate seating; and perhaps a
f gazebo or other structures will be
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE S N F developed which will enhance the

CUT FROM TOP ROUND SELECT LEAN WHOLE 3-LBS. or MORE MARKET utilization and classsroom of this center.performing. arts

The City of Starke Is being askedto
donate all property east of the
LONDONBROIL BONELESS GROUNDTURKEY building and all of Its Interests of
whatever nature In this approx-
imately 52 by 66 feet property to the
PORK SFEC. The City of Starke, in a
lOINS previous meeting.. donated the northern
30 feet and the building to the
SFEC,but the SFEC must have the
additional space in order to develop
a complete and educationally accepted -

$ All of facility.these donated facilities are
predicated upon the ability of the
college to use the existing parking
spaces during regular class hours
and evening activities. Furthermore
it Is Important to note: that a
major entrance to the historical
museum space.will be'maintained
SLICED on Call Street with the front entrance -
to the college facility being
LB.BONELESS FREESELECT moved to the north(the city parking
LB. LB. lot) side of the Rosenberg Building.
This two story bluilding will provide
W-D BRAND U.3. CHOICE LEAN BONELESS approximately 5,500-6,400 fet of net
MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PACK
TOP ROUND iSSLIL 237 assignable space for education and
PORK CHOPS $398
. La FRYER DRUMSTICKS LB. 88 training use.This space has to be ap-

'.' proved t by the Department of Educa-
.
-'" tion as educational site once the
SLICED FREE SLICED FREE! SFEC develops the plans and constructs -
10-14 La SIZECAROLINE SELECT LEAN WHOLE or a W-D LEAN TRIMMED the renovated facility.
RIB HALF CRYOVAC The SFEC respectfully requests
the continued excellent cooperation
iE HAMS Community and generosity of the City of Starke
Shlw by completing the donation of all the
.dJ g 11 'aFL u .v ,J: :; ....... property thie Cty) of Starke has title _,
Y .Tf k ts; to and aisp gives whatever Interests,
THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: it has in any other property east of
IU. Checking Traveler'Checks <: the Rosenberg property up to the ex-
LB Savings Account Credit Card Applications isting railroad tracks.Once the city

Loan Applications Money Orders .., commission legally passes title and
WATER ADDED MEDALLION BRAND Certificates of Deposit '
Night
Depository deed to the SFEC. then the
FRESH CUBED $'97 W-D COOKED $299 FAMILY PACK Money Market Accounts Notary public necessary funds will be sought and

TURKEY STEAKS. u HAM o. 0 . 12 01PML FRYER THIGHS to 88e HOURS: construction will begin. It Is anticipated -
MON WED. that the construction will
HOT or MILDROCKING : 9am-4pm sD'rk1
OLE CAROLINE!
M MADISON BRAND or THURS. I FRI. 9 m4pn. ,.,. take approximately six months and
OAK CREEK $ 08WISE Bank construction can begin In mid-
$299 $399 SATURDAY 8 a m2
p m.
SMOKED SAUSAGE 'r'rW CORN DOGS 0' :ILCaa SLICED BACON. o. Sff November or not later than
December 1 (1990) that
so completion -
O REGULAR
MILD MEDIUM HOT
or
FRANKS or 9ge W-D WHOLE $198 MADISON CHICKEN BRAND FRANKS June can I be, 1991.not later than midMayor '

BOLOGNA . Sff HOG SAUSAGE. IE or BOLOGNA. u 8ge It is important that the City of
z:::::::;;;,: -. '" J ... __. __ Starke Immediately make this donation
HARVESTFRESH now so that the SFEC may seek
EVERYDAY at least two grant opportunities
EVERYDAY which are available not later than
LOW PRICE of ofs LOW PRICE EVERYDAY December 15, 1990. These potential
LOW PRICE grant funds are matching funds and
would go a long way in establishing
a PRODUCE the necessary funds to renoveateand
construct the facility and to ex-

1wPeRawwr.o IUa ; : ; MohIVIMYDAY ::11 tabllsh maintenance a trust of the building.fund for the

Nature makes the produce. On behalf of the SFEC,we respect
1 s WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. fully submit this request.



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CHIPS SUPERBRAND THRifTY MAID
POTATO BUTTER ME NOT SHOESTRINGPOTATOES $ 0969e I' 964-5451
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CHEESE 0 0 o. WAFFLES .'. . SffREOULAR x'
ALL FLAVORS Of COUNTRY STYLI 4
LIPTON SUPERBRAND $1 00 MINUTE MAID BELL PEPPERS
11IfI.C$269 21AID
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$ $
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SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. CATFISH NUGGETS u.' 1 PEANUTS . u

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Page IB TELEGRAPH TIMES*MONITOR SECTION SrptembrrZO.lWM


Police Officers May Take Your Drivers Licensesby


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Carolyn Eaves ing have less than to
one year DUI ConvictionsUp
Increase in DUI arrest and convictions
KT Florida StaH Wrllw U serious about stopping People who drink and drive in Florida risk prepare .for a new drunkcsnvlngIItJlndard. Three Percent between 1988 and 1969. In 1988.GUchrlst .
Impaired drivers. Starting this fall County, among! the least
people who drive while drunk will Drunk-driving arrests and convictions populated of Florida's 87 counties,
risk losing their license right on the DUI Roadside suspension Oct. 1 April 1 the blood alcohol limit for In Florida Increased an reported 22 DUI arrests and convictions -
roadside. commercal drivers will be cut by average of three percent last year, while in 1989 it reported 64 arrests .
Starting Oct.1,police will have the more than half from.10 to.04.Commercial with the biggest increase reported in and convictions.
power to suspend the license of Ing. At least 27 other states and the roadside administrative license vehicles 1 are bigger and Gllchrist. Union County reported decline In
drivers who they arrest for driving District of Columbia have enacted suspension because criminal therefore have a greater responsibility According to an annual report DUI arrests and convictions during
while under the influence after similar statutes.Fatal crashes have often weeks proceedings on the road.The potential for Jssued by the Department of the period while Bradford Countywas
require or damage and injury is far greater Highway Saiety and Motor Vehicles not listed
increasing
registering a .10 percent blood fallen as much as nine percent during months to conduct and conclude. as nor
when commercial vehicle is involved Guchrist County bad 191
a a percent declining.
alcohol concentration or those who
high-rish times of alcohol in- Losing a license on the side of the
refuse breath blood or urine test. volvement In a crash,said a spokesperson -
in some Jurisdictions.The road Is an immediate response to a of .
for Florida -
When police officers seize a concept behind these laws Is driver's decision to drink and drive. Department '
license, they will issue citation a constitutional. At least six state ap- This law will not replace or Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. ; : re"
suspension order and a temporary pellate courts have upheld similar weaken criminal drunken-driving [ ITtegarden : J
license good for seven days if the laws. The U. S. Supreme Court also statutes. It Is Just one more way to Hardship license are available for .
driver is eligible allowing time to ruled that administrative license remind motorist that a driver work purposes only and only to first-
make other arrangements for suspension before a hearing does not license Is a privilege and that they time offenders. However motorists I
transportation.After violate due process guarantees protected should think before they drink and charged under this new law will not
that first week drivers will by theliiU oFRights as long drive. be able to obtain a hardship licensefor
be without a license for at least one as arrangements are made for a prompt at least 30 days after being FALL ANNUALS
year if they refused a breath bloodor hearing. People who drive buses, trucks or charged.
urine test or for a minimum of six Florida lawmakers suDported the nther commercial vehicles for a liv .
months if they accept a test and
have an unlawful blood-alcohollevel and
of lit least .10 percent or higher. -
Subsequent relusals or arrests
carry longer suspensions. ." ,
Operators can request a review of VEGETABLE
their suspension within ten days
: even though suspensions begin at the
: time of arrest. Department of
: Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles .W PLANTS ARE INTime
: hearing officers will conduct Informal --:: .:'" -
; reviews of each suspension, .
: unless drivers ask for formal hear '
: togs :If so, the department must u.
:. schedule and conduct a hearing I
within 30 days and notify drivers of ,
the date time and place of their "
: hearings.
Hearing officers will either sustain
amend or invalidate suspensions
and will focus only on questions .
of whether the arresting officer : *
.... followed the law.
To earn reinstatement drivers
.; cited under this law will pay costs of
up to $130 in addition to other fines
;. and cost.* associated: with drinking
:: and driving which frequently ?t f
;. amount to $7,000 or more on a first
offense.
:; This test of law has earned a < /a- k _y 1on
strong record against drunken driv- ., -
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I r A K-9 Unit was formed when S year old Simon Joined the force.
Simon was given to the Sheriff Department, he and Sgl Andy .
: Holland are scheduled for training In drug discovery and searching. ': To Fall Fertil ize l:


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Si. Fr Delivery &

This patrol car was adapted for the K-9 Unit.Simon seems happy | Spreading Fee
/ with the provided transportation. .

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... action when the ball hits the court. It also slows the flight of the ball. ONTROL
.I 539 E. Call. St. Phon. 964-5745
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I Changes Lately Corbett's Tire ELECT .


X Residents and tax payers In Bradford -
g County may be interested ins Prices will go up
:::: several changes that have been ANDERSON .
S made In the sheriff's department soon due to oil price JOHN
:= during the past year according to .
:5 Special Deputy Jim Gill.
c increases. Buy Now
= -Simon, a German shepherd policeS ,
dog under the supervision of Sat.. Commissioner "
& Save! W
5 Andy Holland has been given the ri County r
5: department.The dog has been trained [flirri ,
for marijuana discovery.
=

E -A diving team has been formed cons BRAKE SERVICE &ROTATE BALANCE District 4
listing of five officers qualified ;
e through the diving certification program Replace pads or shoes: TIRES _._ :
called PADI (Professional resurface drums or rotors; $5 495 ., J" ,
\is I, I,. '
K Association of Diving Instructors). pack bearings; bleed & -
road-teat moot American car
K This team will be used for rescue /&trucks. Metallic parts extra Front or $16
5 and underwater investigations and when required. Rear
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;; recovery. NO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL Mnut gam Lloht Tnirlc
H An Intoxilyzer has been procured During the campaign, I met most of you and was made

X and will be used to supplement ands FRONT END ALIGNMENT 'TIRES aware of your concerns regarding the future of our
| assist any arrests made for drunken
S driving. Five deputies are certified toe Includes In to mfrs.set coster spec camber Inspect& county. As your commissioner, I will target the followingas

K to operate this new equipment. For suspension mo American flt steering can.system. $149S my priorities: 1)) Find out where your tax dollars are ,I

5: all'Drug elementary programs schools being and taught the middle in- vehicles Front wheel extra.drive Parts and extra.Chevette purchase Urea of going, how they can best be spent for the betterment and

:=: school. There is a full time officer continually: growing Bradford County and above all, will
V. (Kinard Perry) assigned tow
Bradford High School as their TRUCK TIRES USRMOUNTED stress fiscal, responsibility. 2)) To apply for the thousands .
:: resource officer. These programs GRAN PRIX RVS
y have been developed with the excep- AND of dollars of government grants /that have, now ,'

g:V: superintendent Lionel help and support and administration.of the school 31X1O.5O 31X11.5O -- 15LT 15 LT $79.00 72.00 BALANCED EXTRACBARGE AT NO previously been applied for by Bradf rd County. These

33X12.50 15 can long in holding down our taxes. 3) .
e: .Two new deputies have been hired 91.OO grants go'a way ;;
2r and two new cars put on the roadS the Enhanced 911 Program so all of Bradford ,
since early 1989. RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED \
County w feel. secure.about prompt response regarding

5:: formed>A special and response consists of team nine has officers been P15S8OR13P17S8OR13 39.00 39.00 I33.OO 34.00 Emergency (EMT) fire, and police service... With your ;.

h 2 including hostage negotiator, one P195-78R14 .00 39.00 help, we 'can 'work'' together to reach our common goals '
Si command team personnel, three P2OS-7BR14 48.00 Ul.OO
E sniper personnel and four initial entry P215-75R16 1S2.00 43.00 for our future. .' }
f personnel under the command of P23S-70R15 M.DO 47.00
K Sheriff Kenneth Etberidge Chief ,

,. gThe;:: Deputy department Pat Henry.participates in a 1M: "m ii Co:'< --1i1'
.Sr...: statewide ttg Task: Force. Rock ,..< .:, ,, ; ,:. Freon .'
PIle Operation fa designed to enforce OCTOBER 2 1990 I Ii
, il crack cocaine laws. The sheriff and Certified Mechanic. Air Cond. Repair ,
l 11 deputies make up the force. .
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.f -A Victim A :Edge will Your Vote for JOHN ANDERSON on October 2, 1990, County *:" :i

..l, start this Is Oct.a much 1. Sheriff and program feels la Tire & ervice' Commissioner District 4, will benefit YOU and be greatly appreciated.

"' budgeted Bradford County funds te putting despite the lack program ofto' ( 'J U.S. 301 Tempi* Are. Stake VISA Your Vote for ANDERSON is,for you. to have a vote on the Commission.
964-6436 Paid Political Ad Democrat
in place. Victims of crime on _1 -
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I" 1"" 'St pen Robinsonin : l. a VIVID ....'J4fices, D.I : -Make-*- ('j* Changes I "'Vote.'Yes' on.Am nwriet No.3" I I


the, law enforcement level will be Reserve Deputy Dwayne Hardee Is
Misted by advocate Anne Haynes representing the sheriff' office in All the local governments In Brad- sor the campaign for passage of the
concert who will work part time with the-pro- the statewide law enforcement ford County have endorsed the constitutional amendment.
gram while continuing her.full time hooting competation and Is currently amendment number Amendment No.3 will require thatthe
Starke Clerical Job with the sheriffs office.Future rated in the Top 20 in performance three, as proposed for voters in the legislature provide funding for
plans Include advertising statewide. General Election scheduled for its mandated programs thus preven-
Women's tbt position for a JVhour,seven days Headed toward national police November 6, this year. ting the legislature from raising,
a week! advocate available on the championships 'next week in The amendment, .if passed,' will either directly or indirectly, your

Club gceno when_, ._an_offepsa. occurs. Jackson, MS,Dwayne will representBC Tallahassee state legislature In local mittee.taxes-: says. Home Rule Com.
At'A' ,. In this meet. from passing laws re-
f A
; "Vote 'Yes' to amendment No. Sand
local both
quiring governments,
Sept7 The sheriff i Is mandated to do "
certain local taxes local
cities and counties, to raise taxes to help keep
thing for victims,including handing There are six deputies in the office
the committee.
8OO that have qualified as Instructors In finance programs dictated by the says
p.m. a out a brochure which explains Voting "yes" will allow local
; legislature.The
various such firearm
disciplines as
vic .m'a rights.
; leaders to spend local taxes without
training, hazardous material and city councils of each Bradford
chemicals underwater County city, along with the county interference from the state govern.
-A communication dangerous ,
new dispatch I ment, will provide a fair distrubu-
commission, have all passed resolutions
SFCC canter of five trained search and recovery special
: consisting in support of the amendmentsponsored lion of local taxes by using them for
nerve center ofbBradfordd and Is the response team. : by the Florida League of local priorities and services and will
: Fall Series : County. In I allow taxes to be spent In
The has four officers Cities, Inc.,the Florida Association :your your
the future the 'enhanced department
'. 911 system I of Counties and Florida Tax Watch. area by your local officials, according -
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will be operating with the ability to who have dual certification, they are to the committee.
show the physical location of all Incoming certified both as deputy sheriffs and ,
calif. This system monitors correctional officers.A The legislature has, since I960, The Florida constitution providesthat
not only the primary:Bradford County passed more than 330 bills that re- all taxing sources except ad
sheriffs frequency but continually deputy and corrections officer quired funding from local sources, valorem property taxes be preemp-
monitors the statewide sheriff network has been appointed as full time costing local governments millions ted to the at te.The legislature then
and the inner city network.The transport officer. He will transportall I of dollars in Increased taxes, and becomes Irresponsible if it requiresand
... station is manned continously and prisoners between the jail and forcing local commissions and councils mandates programs to other
.. t41Young monitors the National Weather court. house and various other to "take the heat" for property governments without sharing the
"- -rr System Connecting all states used prisons.A tax Increases to pay for the fiscal responsibility and political
for all natural disasters and any legislative programs or services,according consequences of its actions, states
Stephen Robinson, hailed Artist of 1985.'Highlights of local emergencies that need to be scout police explorer troop has to Home Rule Committee, the resolution passed by local
I great Andrea Segovia as "a young his recent concert seasons include broadcast: to the state government. been established by the sheriffs Inc.,an organization! formed to spon governments throughout Florida.
., and magnificent guitarist,one of the performances as guest soloist with department under the leadership of
:. most brilliant guitarists of our the Boston Pops and the Cincinnati There is now an in-house computer Deputy Gordon Smith.
.
i ttmM will hn perform At the Symphony_ _.mymwiu- -- dMMMA VVUUWUUB_ l.k* the sheriff)__ ff.- --
Starke Women'srCi next Thursday He Is the recipient of 1989 and 1989 Bee the county jail and the county
Sept.27, as the opening concert National Endowment for the Arts clerks office to facilitate and coor-
of the Santa Fe Community College Solo Recitalists Grants and 1988 and dinate communications between the 8 ./ / / I' iS
IBM Fall Festival of the Performing 1979 Florida Individual Artist three offices. In the near future this
Arts.The a p.m. performance Is free Fellowships. An alumnus of the system will be combined and be a
and open to the public.A distinguished Affiliate Artists part of the 8th Judicial system network .
native of New York, Robinson roster, he is currently on the which Is comprised! of Alachua,
began bIB studies of the classical Southern Arts Federation Touring Bradford .Union, Gilchrist, Levy
guitar with Bruce Holzman and has Program. and Baker Counties. 90 DA YS
worked closely with Segovia, thegreatest Robinson has been featured In
guitarist of the 20th Centuiy. -' television films produced by the The Sheriffs r office is offering[ ,
The New York Times praised BBC and PBS,and his performanceshave classes in gun safety and '
Robinson for "effortless virtuositywith been broadcast on National familiarization. When *
range opento
Intelligence and good taste". Public Radio and Radio France. the public is located the department SAME AS CASH
Robinson is a prize winner In five will offer range practice as an
major competitions Including the He tours extensively as a advanced course to those completing -
XXII Concours International de recitalist, orchestral soloist and the gun safety course. -
Guitar in Paris and VI Concurso Internaclonal chamber musician. Robinson Is the
de Guitarra In founder of the guitar program at 'The department currently has on NO PAYMENTS REQUIRED
Venezuela. High Fidelity/Musical Stetson University and records for staff one special deputy and five
_America. Magazine named. Robinson Centaur Records.Receives reserve deputies who volunteer their
time in various duties. Tor qualified applicant financing under the GECC RovoMng Cahrge Plan.No Macs
charge will be aatessod If purchase amount paid within 90 day; .or monthly OECAF payment may be made after 90 days, with flnace charge.of %APR accrued from for GE
purchase date and i_minimum finance, charge.. Financing Appliances
Vogue ManufacturingVogue Nominationcapital
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'Manufacturing, Inc. of Investment to more ihan CFahtiEQ .
Starke has been nominated by the $200,000. The business Is also a *i'imvm
Bradford County Economic regular contributor to various com- .
Development Corporation for the munity organizations.Ray .
Florida Industry Appreciation Navitsky executive directorof
Award. the Bradford County Economic
The award is presented by the Development Corporation. .said,
Florida Department of Commerce to "We are very pleased to dominate
manufacturing firms who have Vogue Manufacturing for this I
made significant contributions to award. They are a well-established,
our state. Only six firms will be well-managed and stable employerin
,selected for the prestigious award. our community and at times go Junk batteries can be dangerous
Vogue owner and CEO C.T. Flynn beyond and above in support of com- to both people and the envl-
reports that the clothing manufacturing munity activities." ronment.They ahould be returnedfor
t> firm has over the past ten Industry,: Appreciation Award winners recycling. .
years increased employment from will be announced "in I --

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Police Officers May Take Your Drivers Licenses


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by Carolyn Eav. ing have less than one year to DUI Convictions Increase in DUI arrest ttlonn eodWc-

impaired KT Stall WrKrFlorida drivers.Is serious Starting about flopping this fall People who drink and drive in Florida risk prepare .for a new drunkdrivingstandard. Up Three Percent Gilchrist between Count 1868, among and imk; v,.In.. Most 1088,

people who drive while drunk will Drunk-driving msta and conviction populated .'. 8y ,tfom ttes,
risk losing their license right on the DUI Roadside suspension Oct. April the blood alcohol limit for in Florida increased an reported 33 DUI arrests AW convictions
roadside. trommer+cal driven will be cut by average of three percent last year, while in 1089 it repOH4Ad 64 arrosta
Starting Oct.1,police will have the more than half from.10 to.04.Commercial With the biggest Increase reported In and convictions.
power to suspend the license of ing. At least 27 other states and the roadside administrative license vehicles are bigger and Cilchrist. Union County reported%. feline InDUI
therefore have a greater responsibility According to an annual report arrests and convlctlaAft daring
drivers who they arrest for driving District of Columbia have enacted
suspension because criminal proceedings for J saved by the Department' of while Bradfo
while under the Influence after similar statutes.Fatal crashes have on the road.The potential the period $ Co"nty
registering a .10 percent blood fallen as much as nine during often require weeks or damage and Injury is far greater Highway Safety: and Motor Vehicles was not listed as incr &rltlg Dor
percent months to conduct and conclude.
alcohol concentration or those who when a commercial vehicle is involved G Christ County bad a 191 percent declining.Garden .
hlgh-rish times of alcohol Involvement
Losing a license on the side of the
refuse breath, blood or urine test. in a crash, said[ a spokesperson
a in some jurisdictions. road is immediate to r .
an response adriver's .
for Florida Department of I"_ .. N
When police officers seize a The L
concept behind these laws is decision to drink and drive.
license, they will issue a citation, a constitutional. At least six state ap- This law will not replace or Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. -
suspension order and a temporary pellate courts have upheld similar weaken criminal drunkendrivingstatutes. [ ::die : StoreFALL :J;
license good for seven days, if the laws. The U. S. Supreme Court also It is Just one more way to Hardship license are available for .
driver is eligible, allowing time to ruled that administrative license remind motorist that a driver work purposes only and only to first- .
make other arrangements for suspension before a hearing does not Jlfcnso is a privilege and that they time offenders. However, motorists
transportation.After violate due process guarantees protected should think before they drink and charged under this new law will not
that first week, drivers will by the- iJJ oTTtights, as long drive. be able to obtain a hardship license
be without a license for at least one as arrangements are made for a prompt for at least SO days after being ANNUALS
year If they refused a breath, bloodor hearing. People who drive buses, trucks or charged. '
urine test or for a minimum of six Florida lawmakers supported the other commercial vehicles for a llv-
months if they accept a test and
have an unlawful blood-alcohol level and
of At least .10 percent or higher.
Susbsequerit refusals or arrests

carry longer suspensions. -.... l s,+r
Operators can request a review of VEGETABLEPLANT'S
their suspension within ten days, t"'II""
even though suspensions begin at the
time of arrest. Department of
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles '(' AREWne Ny'
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i hearing officers will conduct Informal ',.,....-
reviews of each suspension, ..
unless drivers ask for formal hear .. .... .. _
ings. If so, must tl ,, ,
conduct s..r. s.
schedule hearing
and a .
within 30 days and notify drivers of "..." '
the date, time and place of their i .. ..
hearings.! .
Hearing officers will either sustain
.;. amend or invalidate suspensions -
_' and will focus only on questions '
of whether the arresting officer are'. # Y ek? i' :
; followed the law. ,J:
:- To earn reinstatement, drivers ._
cited under this law will pay costs of Y
:. up to $130 in addition to other fines A
;: and cost associated with HrinlrlnB< J + "
and driving, which frequently ;
.a. amount to $7,000 or more on a first ,
offense. >, :9 ;, .. '.,x > a. av ,{ G t w*
This test of law has earned a xt .x f> < > ;>c s
strong record against drunken driv-
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A K-9 Unit was formed when S year old Simon Joined the force. > "< W <> '" ,
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I Simon was given to the Sheriff Department he and Sgt. Andy > : > :
ss a,,. {. Holland are scheduled for training In drug discovery and searching. ": to. .a"l l ... .'e'P'ti"ll"I J"ie. .. .<,'1--*


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| Make Several Specials M J .,

I | Changes Lately Corbett's Tire .

I :: Residents and tax payers in Bradford -
I r. County may be interested inS Prices will go up
: several changes that have been ANDERSON

Z during made in the the past sheriff year, according departments to soon due to oil price JOHN

::: Special Deputy Jim Gill. y{
increases. Now
:: Buy
Simon, a German shepherd polices
: dog under the supervision of Sgt. & Save! Commissioner
= Andy Holland has been given the County
':: department.The dog has been trained ,
C for marijuana discovery. ROTATE

j= -A diving team has been formed consisting BRAKE SERVICE & BALANCE District
& of five officers qualified
g through the diving certification program Replace pads or shoes: $ TIRES ,
resurface drums rotors ;
Professional or : 5495 \ :
called PADI ( (
is pack bearings: bleed &adjust; 1 ; K .
K Association of Diving Instructors). road-test moat American cars
:K This team will be used for rescuer &trucks. Metallic parts extra Front or $16 .'
and underwater investigations andS when required. Rear
S:: recovery. NO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL Mnat C m ft l.ltfM TnirVi
j-: An Intoxllyzer has been procured During the campaign, I met most of you and was ride

S and will be used to supplement and FRONT END ALIGNMENT T S aware of your concerns regarding the future of tour
arrests made for drunken
s Js: assist driving.any Five deputies are certified toe Includes In to mfrs set caster spec camber Inspect ft $1495 county. As your commissioner, I will target the following

K to operate this new equipment. suspension &steering system. Find where tax
For moat American can. as my priorities: 1) out your dollars are, "

5=p: all Drug elementary programs schools are being and taught the mid-In vehicles Front wheel extra.drive Parts and extra.Chevette purchase tires of going, how they can best be'spent for the betterment tend

2 die school There Is a full time ofK. continually: growing Bradford County and above all, Will
ficer (Kinard Perry) assigned to
TRUCK TIRES
5 Bradford High School as their USR stress responsibility. 2)) To apply for'the thous ftds
GRAN PRIX RVS
? resource officer. These programs
S have been developed with the excep- MOUNTED AND of dollars of government grants that hay #ow
Xtional help and support of the school 31X1O.SO 15LT $72.00 BALANCED AT NO been for Bradford
previously applied by County. Ttyess
X superintendent and administration 31X11.50 15 LT $79.00 EXTRACIIARGE

.Two new deputies have been hired 33X12.5O 15 91.00 grants can go a long way in holding down our tax< d. 3) "
s; '
:2T and two new cars put on the road Enacting the Enhanced Program so all of Bradford xj
RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED
E; since early 1980.S
County will> ,'feel secure about prompt response regarding
P15080R13P17B8OR13 39.00 39.00
i 5: formed-A special and response consists of team nine has officers been $39.00 M.OO Emergency (EMT) fire, and police service... With your ::

2 Including a hostage negotiator, one P19 -7 R14 846.00 39.00 Ul.OO help, we 'can 'work),together to reach our common finals :v
::::j command team personnel, three P205-7 R14 48.00 ; .
=% sniper personnel four initial entry P215-78R15 $52.OO 43.00 for our future t
'f personnel under the command of P23B-75R18 854.OO M7.OO ,
g: Sheriff Kenneth Etberidge and Chief ;


g:S=:: Deputy statewide'The department Pat Drug Henry.Task participates Force. RockS In a ,|:SerrlceSp A1rC r ;::11tio'*W4f' .|"*11/, .!{' rr.Snl: >1951Fteon BE SURE/TO. VOTE ON TUESDAY .,

:: Pile Operation IS de.1 ned to enforceS OCTOBER ):
2,1990 -
crack cocaine: laws. The sheriff ands Certified Mechanic Air Cond. Repair
s 11 deputies make up the force. i i .
RepairCORBETT'S
f'A Victim Asslstanca Program will Your Vote for JOHN ANDERSON on October 2,1990 County v.:': ?

' this Is Oct.a much 1. Sheriff needed Elheridge program feels in &: Service Commissioner District 4, will benefit YOU and greatly appreciated. '

i budgeted County funds, to and putting denpite the pro (IfI U.S. 301 Temple Are. SUrke y Your Vote for ANDERSON is,for you< to have a vote on"the ComnH&ion.

T gram I In place. Victim of crime on 964-6436 Political M""Dem xtyr
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..: : '::: & Robinson u "' : "';}"I I,. U; &BIJ f ccS,' !Make .ChangesMM ?:, ;

I' IV''fS p'he :f.: ._.... ,.. I I '"Vote 'Y es'on Amendment.No. 3"All I I

'laW'enfcrcement level will be Reserve Deputy Dwayne Hardee Is of the
.assisted by advocate Anne Haynes, representing the sheriff's office in the local governments In Brad- sor the campaign for passage
in concert I who will work part Urn with thewo- the statewide law enforcement ford County have endorsed the constitutional amendment. that
gram white continuing her.full ante shooting\ competatlon and is currently amendment number Amendment No.S will require
for
Starke clerical Job With the IIber1fr. office. rated in the Top 20 in performance three, as proposed for voters In the the legislature provide funding
Future plane include advertising statewide. General Election scheduled for its mandated programs thus preven-
Women's tfee. position .seven days Headed toward national police November 6, this year. ting the legislature from) raising,
as WMK a oct* available on the championships next week in The amendment, if passed, will l either directly 'or indirectly, your
offense occur prevent the state legislature In local taxes, says Home Rule Com
Club $acene when an Jackson, MS,Dwayne will representBC 0 ,
In this meet. Tallahassee from passing laws requiring mittee.
27 The sheriff is mandated to do local governments, both "Vote 'Yes' to amendment No.3and "
Sept. certain keep local taxes local,
help
cities and counties, to raise taxes to
thing for victim,including handing There are six deputies in the office the committee.
8:00 out a brochure which explains that have qualified as instructors in finance programs dictated by the says Voting 'yell' will allow local
p.m. legislature.The .
various such firearm
vlcflm"liIhta., disciplines as
leaders to spend local taxes without
training, hazardous material and city councils of each Bradford
chemicals underwater County city, along with the county interference from the state govern-
,
dangerous
-A new communication dispatch ment, will provide a fair distrubu-
commission, have all passed resolutions -
SFCC cooler consisting of five trained search and recovery' special in support of the amendment, lion of local taxes by using them for
bean started and la the response team. and services and will
local priorities
: nerve meter sponsored by the Florida League ofCities
: Fall Series of Bradford County. In The has four officers Inc., the Florida Associationof allow your taxes to be spent in your
department
the future the enhanced 911 system Counties and TaxWatch. area by your local officials according -
'. who have dual certification Florida
will be operating with the ability to ,they are to the committee.
.
show the physical location of all incoming certified both as deputy sheriffs and
calls. This system monitors correctional officers.A The legislature has, since 1060, The Florida constitution providesthat
not only the primaryBradfonl: County passed more than 330 bills that re- all taxing sources except ad
sherUTs frequency but continually deputy and corrections officer quired funding from local sources, valorem property taxes be preempted -
monitors the statewide sheriff net- has been appointed as full time costing local governments millions to the state. The legislature then
.work and the inner city network.The transport officer. He will transportall of dollars In Increased taxes, and becomes irresponsible if it requiresand
sr. station is manned contlnously and prisoners between the jail and forcing local commissions and councils mandates programs to other
.. '. ., monitors the National Weather court. house and various other to "take the heat" for property governments without sharing the
..... System Connecting all states used prisons.A tqx Increases to pay for the Fiscal responsibility and political
for all natural disasters and any legislative programs or services,according consequences of its actions, states
Stephen Robinson,.hailed by the Young Artist of 1985. Highlights of local emergencies! that need to be established explorer troop has to Home Rule Committee, the resolution passed by local
& "a young his recent concert seasons (include broadcast: to the state government.There been by the sheriffs Inc.,an organization! formed to spo.i- governments throughout Florida.Isii .
'. and roagniftcenuitarlst,one of the performances as guest soloist with department under the leadership of
:'. most brilliant guitarists of our the Boston Pops and the Cincinnati .Is now an In-house computer Deputy Gordon Smith.
times," will be performing at the Symphony. 'system connecting..the sheriffs of-
Stark* Women's club next Thurs He is the recipient of 1989 and 1985 nee: uw county jau ana me county ,
day,Sept. 27, as the opening concertof National Endowment for the Arts clerks office to facilitate and coordinate -
the Santa Fe Community College Solo Recitalists Grants and 1986 and communications between the S / / / i I
1900 Fall Festival of the Performing 1979 Florida Individual Artist three offices. In the near future this
Arts.The 8 p.m. performance is free Fellowships. An alumnus of the system will be combined and be a
and open to the public. distinguished Affiliate Artists part of the 8th Judicial system network .
A native of New York, Robinson roster, he is currently on the which is comprised of Alachua,
began his studies of the classical Southern Arts Federation Touring Bradford Union, OUchrist, Levy
guitar with Bruce Holzman: and has Program. and Baker Counties. 90 DAYS
worked closely with Segovia, thegreatest Robinson has been featured In
guitarist of the 20th Cen-' television films produced by the -The sheriffs. office is offering / ,
wry. The New York Times praised BBC and PBS,and his performanceshave classes In gun safety and
Robinson for "effortless virtuosity been broadcast on National familiarization. When a range opento
with intelligence and good taste". Public Radio and Radio France.He the public Is located the depart SAME AS CASNPNO
Robinson Is a prize winner in five ment will offer range practice as an
major competitions, including the tours extensively as a advanced course to those completing -
XXII Concours International de recitalist, orchestral soloist and the gun safety course.
Guitare In Paris and VI Concurso In- chamber musician. Robinson is the
ternaclonal de Guitarra in founder of the guitar program at 'The department currently has on PAYMENTS REQUIREDfor
Venezuela. High Fidelity/Musical Stetson University and records for staff one special deputy and five
.America Magazine named Robinson Centaur Records. reserve deputies who volunteer their

time In various duties. qualified applicant financing under!ttw QECC Revolving Cahrga Plan. No macs
charge will be assessed If purchase amount paid within 00 days .or monthly OECAF payment may be made after 00 day, with fInace charge of %APR accrued from Financing for GE Appliances .
purchase date,and$_minimum finance charges.
Vogue Manufacturing Receives Nominationcapital

Vogue Manufacturing Inc. of investment to more lhan CEaIrEQ odl
Starke baa been nominated by the 200000. The business is also a a '
Bradford County Economic regular contributor to various community -
Development Corporation for the organizations.
Florida Industry AppreciationAward. Ray Navitsky executive director
of the Bradford County Economic
The award is presented by the Development Corporation said,
Florida Department of Commerce to "We are very pleased to dominate
manufacturing firms who have Vogue Manufacturing for this
made significant contributions to award. They are a well-established,
our state. Only six firms will be well-managed and stable employerin
selected for the prestigious award. our community and at times go Junk batteries. can be dangerous
Vogue owner and CEO C.T. Flynn beyond and above in support of com- to both people and the envi- I
reports that the clothing manufact munity activities." ronment.They should be returnedfor
t taring firm has over the past ten Industry Appreciation Award winners recycling. .
yean Increased etnploxment from will be announced InSeptember" :" t.

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Starke Gets 200 Two priest; Dime StoresIn
Volume of Mail
Units Huge
Housing the Same'BlockStark. v
At Camp BlandingTypical '
(From May t, 1941 Telegraph) .shoppers were surprised in "
Partial relief for Its drastic housing of the postal service at Army February 1941 to see two Priest ten
shortage Is promised to Starke in camps everywhere Is the post office cent store in the same block of Call
the form of 200 portable houses and at civilians where a Street.They knew a new Priest store
trailers,provided for in a deficiency force of 35 handles approximately was opening,but expected to nee the
appropriations bill that passed the 100.000 pieces of outgoing old store close at the same time.
U.S. House of Representatives mail daily.As a branch of the Stark Instead business was so good due
Wednesday and was sent to the post office, the Blanding P.O.has a to the Camp Blanding boom that the
Senate.No first class rating., Priest chain decided to keep both i
further details were available Duringoffice Christmas rush stores open in the same block, say-
here yesterday, but it was said the handled 49,000 incoming ing "We have made no plans for
cost of the units will be around$1,175 insured parcel post closing the older store as long as a.J- ,,
each. If the 200 new homes each attract packages, and over 1,300,000 piecesof business is so good." --J }
one new family It will mean an outgoing mail in a two-week ,. .,
additional$30,000 Income for Starke, period. ,
basing an estimate on an average w'I'
earning capacity of at least'150 per
month per family.

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several possession and
manufacturing cases but Is no .
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Heights last Wednesday. .'' .:
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Stain Magic T National Guarduardsmen on drainage into their "lake challenges around of their driving
working out of Camp Blanding had from Magnolia,"commented NG Lt. skill and endurance especially in
Carpet good news for hunters, fishermenand Col. James E. Rogers in an earlier the area around Alligator Creek,
anyone who likes swimming .Interview with the Telegraph."The which runs from Lake Magnolia
fishing or boating on Lake Magnolia : road surface was originally through a small ravine and a dense
$8- and Lowry Lake near Keystone put down back in the early 1940's and stand of woods before emptying into
Heights last year when workers bad deteriorated to the point wherewe Lake Brooklyn.The .
completed a $250,000, eight-mile bad to close it down because it creek formed a ravine over
paving project to resurface: was just about impassable," Col. the years, washed the road out (giving -
Installed w/heavy' duty padl Treadwell Road, long a popular Rogers said.Workers the motorcyclists their big
public access to the lake that had used military graders to challenge) and became chronically
fallen in disrepair in recent years, tear up what remained of theoriginal clogged with washed out sand,
much to the chagrin of car and four-. road surface. The rubble overgrowth and debris.
wheel drivers who have been tearingup was used as a base for the new road, The creek takes natural overflow
IElL. Clil their suspensions on the heavily according to Lt. Col. Rogers, who is from unpopulated Lake Magnolia,
.IILI.I. cratered road.Treadwell a resident engineer over a multi- usually at a high level, to heavily
Road can be entered off county area with the Florida Depart- populated Lake Brooklyn, where
t I ,., SR-21 about four.,miles. north of ment of Transportation (DOT, j residents have watched helplessly
.. .... .na. y, Keystone. Heights: when he put*til&military fatiguewM ,, w te levels 1 have dropped' during
!o: of: 'Th.'s project benefits the Guard, aside. ,t LaM ,' _?* _M)>>**. s. '
131 N. CHERRY STREET 8Q4-7423 the local people who enjoy the lake When it deteriorated to a Certam -Their concern over the?condition
and the people on Lake Brooklyn, point about six years ago it became of the creek has reached the
(located nearby) who will be happy known among local motorcycle trail desperation point several times in
10 find our about the.'work we have riders alone of the biggestJessie's the past, when, according to local
sources, several unofficial civilian
"work teams" of Lake Brooklyn
homeowners went to the spot and at-

What does it take bea tempted the creek to clear themselves.out various, sectionsof

to l' Lounge "We knew they were coming back
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here and I can't really blame them,
Rogers said. "They thought they
Life Saver N. Temple were doing what they had to do. It
? Starke; Florida has been a bad situation in the past
because of the heavily eroded condi-
"Where Music and Bnter.tammentAbound" tion of the area here that would stop
up the creek's flow at various times..
rw11 HHHHHHH1H1 we are glad to be able to alleviate
that problem,hopefully. once and for
i all." .
-I TUESDAY. LADIES Workers have transformed the
!: .site by building up the old road bed
t ,' s, NIGHT LIVE BAND 1 about 10 feet above the old level.The
r i old, inefficient drainage pipe has
," ladies Drink tall seven,veil brands 6" bee\ I{been replaced by a new large
volume pipe and sandbags have I
I Pree 81"-111' been stacked on each side of the
roadway next to the creek.
The results were already In
43' evidence, as water poured through
how the creek and Into a small pond deep.
krCK BACKroqaY1ag In the woods on the other side of the
road. As the pond overflowed,water
i began flowing down the creek bed '
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--i& }; toward thirsty Lake Brooklyn. I'
21st 22nd & 25th "After the stacks of sandbags are I
Sept. set in and the road surface Is com-
we will slope the sides to
,M Qtb U;, avoid erosion and then plant a thick
!!: t! 'fP'"J"t.tN.g.1F J.ry *,,?a1Jg layer of grass on the sides," Roger I
c ; said. "We want everyone to know
tr :f that we have set the drainage pipe at I
feeJHJpr, 964-9995 exactly the same elevation as the
; I R creek Itself was before we started.
: JHH&tttt Any water that comes out of
J ..,," ., ,,>! Magnolia, you can be are It will
flow through here."

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To Be Honored, With Memorial Oct. 6 i

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The observations of '. 89'5
a YEAR
frightened boy in young! man prisoner war until the around ,
resulted In a local family Norway having have the 1945.He too has been located and has Poly/PoiyWool
opportunity to honor their been In touch with the Miller .'. .,
loved
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In a special way 47 one family). .;,' '.
years after he "i.O'
Jack and their 2159"na
was shot down during Lou, Along with '
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Leader" in II."Oper atlon daughter Joanle, traveled to Norway : .. ;. r
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Reggie WorldyWar when the monument was
whose ,r
brother Jack MUfer resides on Lake dedicated on October 4.1987, ,exactly .' .. ',,' _
Santa Fe, was part of the USS "44 shot years after, Buddy's plane was .' ', ',.bj''It._ r.-I: SPOHTCQATS
down. .f, .
Ranger fleet and participated In : I'.j .
Lou said that it Is the :
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Operation Leader /.j
off the M
Of NOrw&l. coast: only known"monument to Americana. '.'.\. SIMr/SIIV
For Bur the In Norway. : BBondf 3985
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participation ended : :
in traiedy. AI tM Ranger steamed Before the Millers returned to the ": .
states following the ceremonies,
off the coast of Norway ,
on October 4 .
,
193 and the flight Jack was presented with a blade to ;' : .
crew loaded Bud-
dy's with( the plane's propeller.Now 1 1w
plane bombar.Buddy 2/75
climbed on board with phot John the United States will be
Palmer and J.L. honoring Buddy and Zalom. On
Zalom.
The plane Saturday, October 6, 1990 on the
was a short way into its main floor Olt NONMANDY
mission when of the U.S. Naval Air SOUtaVMO3E
attacked the plane.German anti-aircraft Museum, NAS, in Pensacola. JIMTATUnTSFASHION / .786-6770 BS
Florida a memorial will '
On a mountainside a nine-year-old be held. Mentzonl will ceremony be traveling SHOWROOMS FOR MEN 0 1 r.l!
boy,
Steinbjorn Mentzonl
watched from Norway with his family for the
in horror
as the plane spiraled into
occasion and will be guest speaker
the cold sea. At that
moment MentIOn -
during the
ceremony.The blade will
!! promised himself
that
one day become a permanent of the
part
he would raise the
Avenger,Buddy's
museum, slated to open on October
plane.
12.
.Across the world the Miller family The Miller family has extended an
learned of Buddy's fate. But itwasn't open Invitation to friends and family t
until nearly a half a century to Join them In this special moment.
later that the Millers would learn of On Friday evening a "Gathering Radiator & AC Shop
the young boy on the hill and that his In"party with snacks and a cash bar
promise was at least partlclally will be held at the Comfort Inn
Ready Room. A block of rooms has
On Feburary 21, 1987 after many been set aside for the"Miller,ZalomVT4Ranger" > :\ < "
years of effort, Mentzonl led a group group Lou said. -- .. .M' 9'6" "JI"ig'fI' "'9"3(1j4ffY'",

that video taped the Avenger at the Reservations are still being ac-. The t./, / ;/,"'''',, .{{J{7:44''h 7"., {'r0" ,;. .
bottom of the sea. During his search cepted at Comfort Inn for the occa- Love of a Brother...
for the Avenger, through many sion. Jack Miller Is shown here U.S.30t
unusual and complex circumstances A dinner will be held at the a memorial erected In standingnear Norway propeller blade, shown next to Jack, Radiators
Jack and Lou Miller Crosswinds Club on Corry Field on to honor his brother "Buddy"Iho was raised. [J
and Mentzonl came In contact with October was shot down In action Ceremonies honoring Buddy and Air Conditioners
one another and for the during another crew member who killed E1
first time Anyone interested in learningmore World War II. was
Brakes Heater Cores
Jack was able to unlock many of the about this special occasion and Behind Miller Is the water wbrrnBuddy's In the Incident have been scheduled .
unanswered question In October In Pensacola, Florida.
surrounding cost of reservations etc con- Water
plane was found and the Pumps
the fate of his brother. WbiBuilding
tact Joanie Miller-Williams at .
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When Mentzonl video taped the 4737410.In -
plane,he forwarded the Miller fami the meantime,Mentzonl has not Farm Tractor Special !!
ly ac
given up his ultimate goal to raise
During this effort the propeller the skeletal parts of the plane. Leaks Repaired Rod Out $30.00 +tax
was raised from the plane located in o .r
"The
village of Fagervlka, on
475400 feet of water. whose front doorsteps the raid took (Out of Tractor Only)

Mentzonl didn't stop there.He pur- place for one short hour 47 years Corner Orange St. & Edwards Road
suaded his fellow countrymen and ago,want It(the plane)reassembledIn
government that a monument their midst. work Is proceeding
should be erected In the memory of hesitantly (to raise the plane)
Miller and Zalom (Palmer had because the video shows three unex- FOREMOST tub PncE WISE
escaped the burning plane and had ploded bombs remain close to the Sale
been captured. He remained a GerCeremonies plane parts," said Lou. A gold hunter Jimmy Angel, was the discoverer of the highest uninterrupted LiquorStores Prices
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Buddy and a fellow crew memberwere plane.
remembered. A permanent Shown In picture during the CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN SEVEN DAiS A WEEK
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i, :Most Ad Valorem Taxes In County to Rise

ObituariesMn. II IIw Joe GI....... __ -_. __A _h___....._._ .. ..... .... __ __
-7 muiage rate increase. New construction *ovo.uia, reipecuvcjjr, (=*,.n..o.vtotal mills Hampton mug and
ICJ(hell.WTttlr in Starke totals just under revenue), or an Increase of Lawtey 2.307 mills. .
,, ; Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. in Hampton have proposed holding to the office of the tax assessor. revenue ($2,152,433), a jump of valuation of $1,684,650 with a
i 1 lira. Ruth B. Pangborn. 83 of the chapel of Archer Funeral Home the roll back rate in ad valorem The roll back rate, the millage 7.78%. Ilnnrrevenu mills to generate $1,514
> > Keystone dub Estates. pt.17 n of Lake Butler with Bro. Robert taxes for 1990 but final budget hear necessary to produce the same e. Hampton has property
7 H 5shts. died M onday In Burkert Burial In amount of Commission.... mlllage
officiating. was ings, where public Input will be revenue as last County valued at $1.706M5twllh
i,1;* Memorial hospital I.jacUoD e, Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direction beard have not been held In all would be 2.871 mills for Starke' With$4 86 million new construction levy of 1.088, which will generate
following a brief illness. Bom in of Archer Funeral Home. cases. this year, and Increased 1857. Lawtey's property is assessed -
I I Forest, OhIo, Mrs. Pangborn andher All other taxing authorities the School Board... assessments of $8524 million, the at$4.446,817,millage rate la set at
husband Donald Pangborn, county except the city of Starke, The biggest taxing authority in the roll-back millage rate Is 6.323. Property 2.307 for a revenue to the city of
were pioneer residents of Keystone Cards of ThanksThe have Increased millage above ratesIn the Board of Public Instruc- values are up from$263,714,070 $10,258.
Heights. She moved to KeystoneHetahta family of William D. Carter effect last year.Starke has retained count as levied a combined rate of last year to$277,089,433 this year,an
In 1931 from Indianapolis of wish to thank everyone, especially the same 3.000 mills as last year, 8.373 mills compared to 8.132 mills Increase of$13,385,363.Commissioners Water Districts... I
*""q"fi. She was a member Archie Tanner and Hampton Baptist which will generate a total of: last year. The roll back rate for.1990 have adopted a The Suwannee River Water 1
Keystone Heights Community Church for flowers food, prayers $243,039 up from 1229,930 or an Increase Ia 7.9111 mills. ,budget requiring 8.027 mills up from Management District headquartered I
Church The Esther Circle formermembr No.4; and acts of kindness shown in our of 7.1% in total revenue. The I'eQUireclocaJ:\ effort niill age the roll back rate of 9.323 by. 1.704 in Live Oak and covering '
was a bomemaker; was a time of sorrow. The Increase in tax revenue Is due Is set at 5.853 mills and the discretionary mills. almost all of Bradford County, had
of the Garden Club andWoman's The Carter family to Increased valuations of real and capital outlay rate is set at County mlllage is broken down in- levied a mlllage of .518 mills, up
Club; was a member of the personal property and new construction 2.519 mills total of 8.372 mills.These to the following accounts: General from .500 last year and up from the
Daughters. of the Nile Khem Temple The family of William Thomas and additions rather than figures will generate $1,621,863 and Fund '- 4.912 mills; Fines and roll back rate of .484 mills. I
No. Forfeiture fund 2.000 mills The SRWMD has $258,499,233 of
Jackson Sr. wishes to thank -- i. property
Survivors Include one daughter Emergency Medical Technical fund evaluations In Bradford County I
everyone for their love and kind expressions I
Doana Wicker .
of
Gainesville; one mills and Health Department- of 1
shown .875 which will generate a revenue
of
sympathy during
soa, Roger A. Pangborn: of Orange News .... I
Bradford
Pan and two IJ'UdcbUdren.Funeral the recent loss of our loved one. Library .240 mills. 133902.Management The St. Johns District River head Water

services for Mrs. Brooker, Hampton, quartered west of Palalka, has
The family of W.T. Jackson Sr. Bradford BookmobileTo
Pangborn will be held Saturday
Fall Storyhour To Begin .. $18,600,200 of property evaluation at
wishes to our deep appreciation Lawtey.
Sept :n at 2:30: in DeWitt C. express Serve Newt Stops
Jonas p.m. Heights for your many acts of kindness Fall Storyhour will begin at the The three'smaller municipalitiesin a millage rate of .369 up from the
Chapel. Keystone
with Rev. Buddy C. Friedlln officiating. during the loss of our loved one. Bradford County Public Library on Look for the Bradford County the county have all held to the roll roll back rate of .332 to generate
Burial will be In Keystone Your visits and prayers the food you Oct. 11 with the sweet sound of a Public Library Bookmobile, In your back millage rate: Brooker .899 $6,863.
Heights Cemetery under the direction brought to us, the beautiful flowersin country fiddler the rhythmic thum- neighborhood this fall. I I
The will
schedule be
his telephone calls of feet and the hootingPreschool regular
of Jones Funeral Home of memory your ping dancing
followed with the following changes: I
and the cards you sent will alwaysbe of an owl!
Keystone Heights. In lieu of flowers,
Starting Oct. 1, (alternating Mon-
remembered by all of us. Your
donations be made to American
Cancer may; Bradford Unit 1199 love and concern made a sorrowfuland children and their days)Orangewood Apts. 3-3:45: p.m.
Bessent Society Road, Starke, FL 32091. difficult time a little easier to parents will meet with "Mias Sue" Oct.' 8, (alternatingiMondays")
bear. Again, we thank you. from 10 am to 11 am on Thursdays HandyWay at SR 16 and Morgan iI.
Mrs. Bernice L. WaltonMrs. Tom Valerie Greg Elaine Billy for five weeks.Programs Rd., 4-4:45: pm. and Heritage Villas,

Bernice L. Walton 72, of Jackson. for Daycare Centers 0-6:45 pm. rTENTSUMMER
Lake Geneva died Monday Sept.17, Marc, Harriette, Priscllla Monica will be held on Wednesdays, from Westmoreland Oct. 9 (every Tuesday),
fa Bradford Hospital following an and Eric Jackson; Eric and Melissa lG-lla.m. Oct. 10 through Nov. 7. Trailer Park
Reploeg 12:30-1:13: pm and Southern Villas
extended illness. Born in Jackson-
ville. Mrs. Walton moved Lake Bruce Scott Becky, Jeremy and Matthew Miss Sue may be reached in her 1:30-2:30pm.Beginning Oct. 4 (every Thursday CLEARANCE
Geneva in 1988 nville, office i iLa
Rick Clydie Rachel and Rebekah "pumpkin patch" library at ), Woodland Acres 12:45-1:45:
She member of the
was a 105 E. Jackson Street in Starke.
Presbyterian faith and was a Jackson Bruce Jackson and Teresa Gulick Please stop by the BCPL or call pm.Please call the BCPL at 9644400 s'f n en/ng s C'k" 'a.: d ..
physical education teacher. Andrew and L. Jackson. 964-4MOO to pre-register your child.to for further information.the U
Margaret
J.caHIIb over School Jacksonvillefor < e'a"..' Must Make Room For Winter Stock : -

Mrs. Wads survived by a Paflts
brother-in-law, Melville Taylor of Ira HEW!
Lake' Geneva' and one nephew, SPECIAL IT'S HOT!

Tampa WUlianr\ and W. Taylor Saudi: Arabia.of Lake Geneva, BC Subdivision Rules Into Effect Sept. 20 WE'VE GOT IT UNISEX L

Funeral services for Mrs. Walton Shorts $4.99 or 2 for $8.00 MUSCLE
will be held at a later date. Local arrangements Children's pants skirts only $4.00
were made by Jones Existing subdivisions which do not allow the subdivisions to be lots to be surveyed O'Neal said. ppNT3
T-shirts
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. have the lots staked out will not be grandfatherer-in without the con- Then if the lot ,Is sold more than 60 $3.00
grandfathered-in crete markers but with maps only. days later it will have to be surveyed
Mrs. Eula Mae new subdivision regulations whichgo O'Neal said it is a guess, but probably again. Saturday Sept. 22 1990
Walker Conner into effect Sept. 20, commissioners half a dozen subdivisions are State law precludes using old ,

Mrs. Eula Mae Walker Conner 92, decided discussion.Monday Sept. 10, affected with hundreds of lots. said maps Atty.to draw Bessenf.legal Current descriptions 9:00 a.m. to 1OO p.m.
surveys
of Lake Butler died
ing in the Whispering[ Sunday Pines morn Care Paving will be required In County Attorney Bill Bessent said and current maps are required for FASHION SHOW
Center In Starke following a brief il- all future subdivisions of nine lots or in his opinion, the zoning regulations legal descriptions Bessent said.Easing 10:00 a.m.
lness. Born In Naylor Ga., she lived larger: under the new zoning itales. require the lots be staked out, or the monument require-
said Darrell O'Neal. to begra ndfathered- ment would
Zoning Director monumented mean amending the new
her
most of life In Florida. She mov-
been that in under the subdivision subdivision law said O'Neal. O-U-T-LeE-T
ed There have statements new regula- ,
to Lake Butler from St.Augustine
would work tions. The subdivision ordinance Bessent said the commission
this a hardship on requires can VOGUE
In 1983 member of the Lake
was a
; of subdivisions who have filed that monuments be erected wait and how much of
Butler Church of Christ and was a owners see a problem Hwy 100 S., Starke Florida
member of the Woodman Circle. maps with the county but who do when the platt is recorded he said. exists and then act to ease the problem (across from Orangewood Apartments)
have erected to monuments will with curative ordinance.
Survivors include two Her- not monuments Requiring require a
sons
man Conner of Palatka and Howard mark lot lines. In cases where lots
Conner of TYler.. Texas: one brother., have been: .monumented and a plan I, ..
Walker of Lake submitted to me county win be exempt -
Robert O. BuUer
I tea grandchildren,, 15 great grandchildren ;- from the new subdivision TO $1500' OVER 40

I children. and 2 great ':}great. .' grand'IIMIJ ,regulations." Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal IN REBATES EXPLORERSUP H Iiiti&

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$300.00.You mow and Hed.seasons PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished, 2/2. THURSDAY, FRIDAY a SATURDAY: 1 WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. Irq[
Come b Buck's Catfish Farm on CHiA. W/D.. Skirting screeend In Moving must sell. Dresser other 2,3,4 A 5 on Breamwood Point Ap- L--- :;;:;L 205 N. Temple Starke
East Morgan Road. 1 porch,carport utility shed. New 25 yr. Items too good to miss. 1000 S.Water prox.t.3Ao.870 ft waterfront Anyor ; __ i
overroof. Waldo.lmmacul. on to. St Lot 8. 9 am til 77 7 all lota. (305) 882-0540 or 9646727. Cecelia Terwlllegar 0
fencedlotln ...((30$) ALL DAY SATURDAY.SEPT. 22: Beginning 9
882.0540 or 064-6727. 4 8 a.m.Across from Ul Skeetars, :3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD: By SHOAL Of THE WEEK fork-Ilk setting, see this 3 M/2 IA home on a
1980GUERDON MOBILE HOME:12x551 US 301 at Young's Laundromat owner. 13500. Phone 1-407-464- beautiful landscaped acre. In the city limits, walking distance from anything _,
2 BR/1 BA. CH/A. Well pump and Crafts.8-lrack stereo clothing. 6827.9 your little heart desires. Home drastically reduced to II..NON-j ,
'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: power pole Included. You move. 7 :2.1 ACRES: Cleared, high land. Welt QUALIFYING MORTGAGE TOO..Call 964-7774.
Loaded with many extras. $5200 $5900. OBO. Call 782-3834. tinOWNER SATURDAY. SEPT. 22 -ALL DAYII507 septic tank and power pole. $12.500or ONI OP A KIND Pried to ..1111) I Gorgeous :3 ../2 (A brick home en'Ibeautifully
Pleas call 964-5847. after 8 p.m.REDUCEDi 4 W. Madison St., across from Winn take over payments.CaR evenings, manicured acre. At the prestigious/ Golf I Country Club area.
TRANSFEREDI Assume qual- Dixie. Clothing and other household Alan 9642384.9 "-aglon..1ck. veneer hem with new CH/A tile, carpet hug cypress
Must Sellll 1984 Ford Van. lying loan on 1990.2BA.2BA..14 x 80 Itams.7 ARKANSAS: 7 1/2 wooded acres good outside deck dbl car garage,outside storage shed. w/gr.nhous attached.
PS. PB. AC Cruise Tilt. Customized Singlewide. w/dshwasher. "..p1_. MOVING SALE: Washer ft dryer furniture road phone electric available. Good Ha 3% down payment to any qualified buyer at an Interest rot. of
Interior.Now C WA. 782-1219 or 782-3333. antiques, collectible 1.8 mi. building sites. Only $500 down and
$4800.080. 782" 1010'Hurry\ 111 I I This won't last long. Reduced to S62.000.0O .
3660. TFN 2 4MUST from US 301 on West C-225. 782- $95.81 per month. Free property list TOTAUY REMODELED MCK/STOCCO HOMIt This In-country 3 ../2.A
IS TRUE Jeeps for SELL:24x56 DOUBLEWIDE on 1/ 3397. Friday ft Saturday. Sept. 21 ft Batterton Realty. (501) 3227300. '
$44 through the U. 4 acr In with CH/A carpet vinyl. Huge brick fireplace. home sits on 1 acre loaded'
Brooker. 2 BR/2 BA heat 7
<.. S. GOVT Call fcMfactsI 5046495745 fane FRIDAY SEPTEMBER HALF ACRE OFF S-229. Call 9644889. with 20 yr. old cedar trees. This Is also a 3% down payment mortgage with. .
Ext S-9579. pump ceiling new dishwasher 21: Moving Sale. ,
2 qualified buyer. Call today to make on eppt. to se* this lovely home.
water. $20.000 080.485.1902.
104. 3 1/2 miles toward l
1980 CADILLAC I :Good con Jtbn.$3000; city Household artds and Keystone. : 1'd REDUCED FOR QUICK tAlEl Spacious 4BR home, 1.800 sq.. ft. w/plenty of
clothing.
70 .El$2500 Dorado' restored, low mileage 1991 4 BR. 2 BA WITH LAP SIDING for 7GARAGE 'OGT'C'FtSY'; ":T' : room to room. Just second for the shopping areas, and grocery store..This
69 VW
restored, $3500; ; '68 Bronco.Convertible Totally Loaded Call today904and delivered. SALE:Friday. Sept. 21. Microwave -. ,.." ; ..., ...1 home Is a Creat..Great Buy.
redone \ camper refrigerator misc. 226 '. UMMACUIATI ft NON-QUALIFYiNO MORTOAOli This elegant Spain-
782-3754.customized $3500. Call 4 S. Thompson St 9 am tit ?? GROUND MEMBERSHIPS Distress sh/Stucca horn on 2 1/2 ac. of very _1I.k.pt lawn has 2,900 sq. ft.
2 1991 24x52 : w/3ff4ff Florida Room that has a Iff Stone fireplace. This out-In-the coun-
FLEETWOOD. 3 BR. :2: BA. 7GARAGE
1981 FORD CUSTOM Cheap!Worldwide selections.
aland trans rebuilt F-100: 8 eyl, Delivered and set-up. Base price only SALE: 1102 CoKey Road. Friday Call VACATION NETWORK U.S...ndCanada.18007388250or305771. try horn I I. |lust minute* from town..Coll today for more detail
$1700. 964-3728. engine.2 RVTs. 18900. Cal 9047555207. Sept 21, 9am-5:30pm.: Saxophone '"II COOL IN THE POOL 3M, 2I/28A Brick home w/jacusxl. LUXURY Master
'69 MGB-QT: Wire wheels fairly 4NORTH used only 1 yr.; brand new 6296. Free rental Information 305- bath beautiful ceramic a quarry tile throughout the home, double car
condition. $600. 964-8640. good FLORIDA HOUSING IN LAKE queen size comforter bedspreads 771-6331. 10 garage Immaculate comer acre, |lust a*neat a*a pin. Come take look and
2 CITY needs trade-ins desperately to boys M. 14 3-ptece suit brand new. I IMenl. i OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded *.. the beautiful pool and hot-tub..Country Club Area.
1973 HALF-TON FLATBED PICKUP restock used inventory. Top dollar for womens and childrens clothIng lots river access.: $5950 each. No -20 ACRES Ha 2.4" Wells.Mptlc tank 3 acre fish pond and many
360 engine. 3 sp. on column. 964-: trade in. Call 904-755-5207 for ap and shoes all In excellent condition money down. $71.41 month. Owner. extra.make offer today.
2303.2 praisals. 4 : toys, tennis rackets desk sink 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFNWANTED 'TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS en Camnwrdel Circle, downtown Keystone:
CHEAP FBI/US.SEIZED'84 1985 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME: Snapper self-propelled mower with 1 .. ,. .. .. .... Heights. $68,000
VW$50; 14x55. 2 BR. 1 BA. Make offer. Cal i' ::.. .. ,, :: '. *
87 Mercedes, $200; 85 Mercedes yr.warranty. Many free items. Everything 'SANTA n LAKEi 80 of frontage cleared ready to build. on. Located on
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anytime 964-8808. 4 reasonably pried Just want to i ; .. $78.000. Assum*
S100S5Mu.tang.$50.Choose from' .. ... .. .. ..,. Mortg.
rid of it 964-8176.. w. .'
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thousands starting$25.Free 24 hour ( (ANIM LSt&i'p get u- .. .. If ACRES PLUS IN COUKU' )w.... finance with LOW dowmpoyment. '
recording reveals details. 801-379- '. ..,..J"J. .TS,,,' n'i 1 BIG YARD SALE FRI. ft bAT. 9-7. ,WANTED TO BUY: Aluminum' tin"off of HURRY this won't last long.
2929. Ext BV108C. 2 i :.f9.a.ALE: ) .1 Vacant lot between Western Steer chicken houses. Will remove. Large -4 LEVEL LAKE FRONT HOMEr opprox. 3800 sq.ft. w/4 BR, 4 1/2 BA. carpet
'78 THUNDERBIRD. 400; Truck and Steakhouse and Fried Chicken Factory quantity wanted. Call 964-5901 or tile CH/A. private asphalt drive on 2 Acre w/100 ft. of crystal water
US 301 South. 7
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van/camper for sale. 964-3311. HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD ((912) 285-1610 collect (Waycrots. front..REDUCED.
Al metal
: SATURDAY a SUNDAY: Sept 22 23.SRieW.towardPrlson.tumbyHandy.
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2 Ga. 2-1 ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared ft mowed |lust
device controls fleas ) 11
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'78 CADILLAC 4 dr Fleetwood ,NEED TRANSPORTATION waiting for a ,beautiful new home.
Brougham.Goodeondiubn.Reason home without Pesticides. Results Way on right on 225 one mile, house from Starke round-trip '"10 PLUS ACRES IN CITY LIMITS Plated out Into opprox 24 Lot. Great for
overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY Household to Jacksonville. Work on
children'sclothes
on right Items
able. 964-7184. 4GOLDKIST. 8 much more. 7 Normandy Blvd. Call 783-3749 days; FHA Multi-Family Housing or |ut about any type of money making project
DODGE STATION WAGON: 1976. PONY FOR SALE: Call 964-5116 964-3141 (father's phone) eves. Will you dmlr*.
$600.00. 327 North Walnut Street 6AKC THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SEPT. 20 ft 21. 8 discuss hours. 11 COUNTRY LIVING on Paradle Lake. 5 BR, 2 BA. 1790 Sq.Ft. Trl-level deck
2 REGISTERED PIT BULL TERRIER am tt 7? 1222 Bradford Street Fuml- WANTED TO BUY:Small and large tracts separate guest cottage, several I varieties of fruit trees. Gorgeous view.
1989 NISSAN TRUCK: AM/FM stereo PUPPIES: Purple Ribbon Blood line. lure clothes tools and etc.CLOTHES of timber. Pine cypress and hard- $89,000.
sliding rear window tinted windows Call for Info 473-9072.. Scott 7 wood. Top Dollar! 496-1491. ask forLony.11 'GORGEOUS CEDAR HOMEr 3BR, 38*, 1 1/2 story home In the Country Club.
20.000 miles 5 speed. Fiberglass 8FEMALE a MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: Beautiful landscaping on 2 large lots, Call today for details.
topper. 9642640. 2COMMERCIAL.PROPERTY SPITZ: 5 mos. old. Housebro- 0 to 3. Saturday. Sept 22. Hwy 16 WATER FRONT CONTEMPORARY TRI-LEVEL HOMEl 4BR 2IA. CH/A over
ken. $75. negotiable. Can 964-2030 din's Subdivision. Follow signs.GARAGE f c 3,000*q, ft.Georgeous view of the lake from the 3rd level l living room that
Mon.-FA. (After 6 on Sat a Sun.) 7 c 1 connect to a huge outside deck. 2 Acre with an entire sprinkler system'
: ; : -:, 8 .. SALE: Friday ft Saturday. 9 HI Looks like the Keystone golf caurs.Fantastk price.
'REM". 'tEASE', '.SEf.t;. WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE 8. Rain or shine. 504 E. Adkins.TENT COUNTRY LIVINGS This splendid MR, 2BA home w/lerg 20' x30' FR for the
HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR/ 7 KIDS enoymnt| ft entertainment ha 3 beautiful AC to run ft play w/fenced
FOR LEASE:1.000 sq.ft and 2,000 sq.ft works!Now available forcatsl Gold SALE:Vogue Outlet Hwy 100 S.. back yard. 2 Car garage, w/elec. door opaner..Must Sell.
301 South. Southpoint Plaza. 964- Kist Lawn A Garden and better feed across from Omngewood Apartments. WONDERFUL QUIET COUNTRY HOME en 4 ACRES! Immaculate 3 BR home.
8848 or 4733627. TFN 3 stores. Can 1-800326-5225 for catalog Saturday. Sept 22. 0am-1pm. CH/A on a main hard rood. Priced to sell. This, the country ham you've
225 ACRES CULTIVATED LAND FOR ue.6 FRIDAY 9/21 ft SATURDAY. 9/22: wanted..Call for details.
The first American student to work always more
Lawtey. 11/2 Mi. W. off US 301. Just
LEASE: Location. 225A across from FRM 12% HAPPY HORSE SWEET off SR 225. NW 15th St Follow signs. his way through college was Zech- RENTAL HOME INVESTMENT, This 2 BR/2 IA CH/A home Is rented at the
Old Louise Hunting Club. Short or. FEED:50 lb.bag.$ King! Lumber Tables chairs: new day bed Christmas arlah Brigden 14, who graduatedfrom moment and Is a great Investment. In City Limits on city utilities. Good buy.
long term available. Can Casey 48* ol 5 mi. Ndrth of Reduced to Sail.GO.GIO .
Keystone, KeystoneBATHING. formal, refrigerator, clothes and Harvard In 1657. H. earned
8 tl! t 1268.3. ,-- .,...,.". o. '''., OilS ....." qUI .. f J. .dill..Til3381.7.rv***, ., f rooo. bK ,rVl8inO' tine bejl 1 and _JKX| HOME IN CITY UMITSi Any type financing I I. of! erwatfafl
dipping(aroomlrtg;; boarding-i I --r.'':'' -,". ,, .. ..- ,;:wvHngea* this home. 3 BR/2 BA w/CH/A. Fantastic neighborhood. Kitchen equipped.
ANIMAtS;'&'!PETS; : Dogs and C.... By exp. professional. also come w/washer ft dryer. Must sell. Make on appointment today with
Sandra Anne, Debbie Cecelia.MCI .
Reasonable ral l. Shaded country or
;FQRi'SAl.UPOT = area. 9649560.6 MOIILI HOME LOTS OWNER FINANCE Low..Low..down payment
WHIPPET PUPPIES:Beautiful!$100.Call Fantastic neighborhood call today for' an appointment..These Lots won't

BELUED PIGS:"Profit or Pets.alsoother 964-7517. 6 last long. HURRY .
highly profitable Exotic Animals. REGISTERED HORSES: 3 to choose -IN COUNTRY 3 BR, Concrete block home w/hardwood. floor. CH/A on 3
Can Yftf'high Income on small from. 45.15 yr. old.. One mare. 2 acres. Priced to sell.
earn EMERALD LAKE EXOTIC gelding..Al safe. for bag inners.Saddle 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTY On Road 100 West. Fantastic Investment. Call today .
acreage.FARM. 754-4237. 6 and tack Included with mare. $600 for more detail*. '.
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ANE S. USHER
FRM PELLETIZED DOG FOOD: 40 lb. each. Call 782-3731 after 4 p.m.i.nn.n. REALTOR FANTASTIC COMMERCIAL BUILDING! Located on Call Street West. C/B ft
bag.$5.99. King Lumber of Key.tone.A Stucco building with large office, on. huge rec.ptlon area. CH/A, carp.t>
ml. North._. of Keystone-. on SR 21. Your Union County Realtor tile, 2 bathrooms, nice big kitchen area. This building Is In Immaculate com
Lake Butler --Lake City dltlon. You must see to believe how "great It Is. Pleas. call today for an ap

496-2126 or 755-3500 pointment.

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,PRICE RSDUCED..BRICK HOME. 2 acre, fish pond, fireplace. Must.*this Cecelia T.rwlll.gar-4-777* Sandra Terwllleoor9o44211Ann ')
r.-_ lovely counryr home to really appreciate all the extras. Owner moving out of _rwlllgar Brown 473.7541
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.OWNIR WILL FINANCE One ecr and Mobil. Horn with cathedral ceiling
[ Union County.

-1 ACftfLJ ACRES..3 ACRES..4ACRES..I S acrs..6 ocr. Owner will s s
.r ftnanc.Sutobl! for Mobil. Home. Pi.
-APPROXIMATELY 14.' ACRES with Mobil Home, pond with bridge, woods, .
privacy fence and else boarded fence on road frontage Union County Call for
.ppofn1mnt to see
-1 ACRE t*3 ACBESi For sol.Owner. finance.Owner will also finance septic CR229 N.W. 28th St. I Starke 964-6133
well If ,
;; j tank and buy.r qualifies.
-1 LOTS for sale across from Lake Butler Lok.on SR 238. Owner will finance at

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l -I M BACK HOMII Blade from Hospital with extra large corner lot..CH/A
| EOUAL HOUSING plus appl.. Sailer motivated.

$usn U. Faufluw.dRf.'CRS PrMhMr' -JANE S. USHER REALTOR Accelerated Realty, inc.

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located Hwy.-301. 3 blocks South of C.R. 100. 321 Lafayette St j jJ 964-4544 .
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BR/1 BAs Horn close to schools. CH/A. Priced to sell at 533.99 0 C eoU .
Assumable Mortgage a Starke FL a
*ACTIVE WORKING CHICKEN FARM 3 BR horn.CH/A.All on B ClCt'aa., 56-90 -.. uwswsns
.PRICE REDUCED on this beautiful 100x720 lot on Sampson lake. Owner Thinking of buying ofsellin9
financing. Call today for detail. O4-90 ( ...fIlomesLot ./Aetu a v//aterfront
*CITY LIVING In this cute 2 ../2 IA CB home. Florida room many extra TLAWRti : ? CaltvM t
feature.Must.. to appreciate.Call for appointment. 93-90 EveniingsoV Weekends a .n'3tsm Comm+rd31 aa
*J LOTS on paved rood with prMledges to George' Lake. All three let for uy
$7800. 28-90 [ 'SPACIOUS HOME 3BR/2BA CB Ham, Family Room CH/A Rang. lIe'rl
*LOT IN LAKESIDE HILLS 75x100" for $1499 with prlvlledge, to George's I Your Full Servle Real( Estate Off lc.OR I ID.1 and Dishwasher. Scrnd Porch. Garage. 1(00 SF. Comer Lot. I7S.OOO. a
lake. 114-90 *W THERESSA AREA A-Fram. CB, 3BR/2BA CH/A. Stone Fireplace, Fama -
*2 BR/1 BA In Keystone area. 1439OOUT ly Room Laundry Room.I Ox I A Utility Bldg w/Watr Elect 2.79 Acres. a
+ IN THI COUNTRY Union County.MobIl.home on 2.25 acres 130-90 .Vlt* t Dodg MSA. (CRA; : S7S.OOO.OO.
*PRICED RIGHT AT ".MOt Can't beat this on Crosby Lake. Over 100' frontage. B 64-5370 i iRu.itEil.it tueiii f7* c, Spry I 'GRAHAM: 4BR/39A Stucco Ha..... Larg Family Room w/FIapioc..
"3-90 C4-f 429rofR a CH/A Range Rfrl and G:."-washer, Inground Swimming Pool large a
.GRAHAM AREA Have several nice building lots from 1.5-5 ocra. *' Appraiser: ,Oak Trees. 3 Aers. $39.500.
DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION On Daublewld with one acra. 147-90 a a NEW BRICK HOME "4BR/2BA Slav, Rcfrl Dlshwashr. CH/A Sun a
DRASTICALLY REDUCBOU ../1 BA over 2300 sq. ft. N. 301 200' frontage. Deck 2240 SF Garage. Wall a Se ,tic, 1 Acre. SS4.500.0O.
I Great place for business. 45000. 100.90 : SAMPSON LAKE 38R/2BA Norwegian Brkk Living. Dining Family
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOMEl 3 BR/2 BA fireplace and more. 2 acre. Keystone ; sitftr; >c a Rooms CH/A 2310 SF. Porches. 2.' Acres, 187.000. a

Country Club. Assumable mtg. or.lease,.,teha... ....90 ProUsslonat_ Propirfr Manaatrntot COUNTRY UVINOi 3 BR/2 BA Two-Story Ho,_. Wall < Septic 1 Acr*.
WINTER OR PERMANENT HOME ON LAKE BEDFORDi 2 BR. fully furnished a $40.000. 4
Including washer/dryer. Approx. acre- "with 100' sandy beach en the lak. .. COUNTRY LIVING -LAKEOSNSVAi2BR/inAFramScrwwdPorchs,14K, 16 Utility Bldg, a
Grab It before Its gone. 124-90 a-vtIfvI..ck CLOSE Wall a Septic Large Lott24,90O.
*LIFE AT THE COUNTRY CLUB IS GREAT In this 3 M/2 BA horn. living Horn with Wrap-Around Porch a GRAHAM AREA 3 BR/2 IA Doublwkfa MH CH/A Stove a Rafri .2. a
room den w/flreplace, 2-car garage, new well, screened bock perch and 4BR.1 BA.Ovr2IOOS.F.. Acre, $40.000.SOUTHEAST .
On 9 Acres Oem_.1'0011
oatlo.Shown by appointment only. 13190A a 24th STUSR/2BA 1977 SW Mobil Horn w/Addltlona.
NICE HOME TO START WITH 2 BR. CH/A. Garage. Separata laundry *EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to everything CB. 1200... ft. 3/, CH/A. CH/A Washer Dryer a Deep ire.., 20x10 Work Shop Fish !Pond 2 a
$ &900. 133-90 *FAKM HOUSED/I an 10 acres, only 55000. Add'l acrag aval). | Acre, $23.900.
..EA'uTtFtToiD HOME ON CORNER LOTS 1.31 acras, 4 BR/2 BA fully fenced. OWNER PINANaNOwn Crosby Lake Canal D/W. CH/A.rg.. ref. 34000. a COMMERCIAL PROPERTY a
City water, 2 walls and mar. SS-90 CONNSRLV BSTATESiBrkk. 3/2. on 1 acr. Immoc. cond., landscaped yd. WALNUT STREET Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. For Rent or
4 lARGI 4SxJ CB IWO>> In good condition. A 3/1 house...... repair on 2." *SR l4WiGergou D/W. 3/2. CH/A. All Apple 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI I Las

acre. In Hampton. Owner finance. 26900. 13B-9O. COMVEMSNT FENCED YARD. 2 BR. 1 BA. lnxpnslv living. HWV. Ml SOUTH 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Spac. a
.CANT FIND THE HOMI YOU WANT Build It on this 1.25 acre comer lot near *BEST AREAl Stark., Brick Over 2000 .,. double garage on 2 large lots. HWV MT NORTHi Salvage Yard with 3 ../1 IA CB Horn. SW Mobil
Stark.CC.Owner finance. 89-90 '*61 ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Old. MH. 2 Wlls.. a Ham, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop. 3 Septic. Tanks a 4 Walls, :3 Acr*. a
.'-'TORY FRAME WITH 4 APT and large CB. 3066*q. ft. building. M 16. Pric- *4S ACRtSt Heavy tlm...... Highway frontage, Lawt.y area.IAKVRONT EAST CALL STREETS Office SMg. For Rent or Leas.
I ed for quick sale. Owner financing. 13*-0 | Fish a Swim. Wand cottaga. Fum. Sandy beach. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*J7 ACMSiw/doublwld. ClaM to lawty. Will dlvld Owner Financing.' a 40 ACRES Can be purchased. In 20-Acr Tract, Near Lawtay. a
*NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sol.to Qualified Buyer.NIWS 6 ACRES Fronton on Hwy 295.a .
Call One of Our Professionally AUnPULi 2 Story over 3500 sq. H. unfinished U.S. 301 S. HOME SIDO. LOTS Hwy 1 6 W. CHy Water t sewage Owner Financing. a
Trained srgprT tay..964'5O69 *BRICK 3/liCH/A walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. HOME BUXJ. LOTSi Shady Oak S/D. Braokr.
*LAWTEY AREAS Spacious elder home. :3/2 Owner financed. FOUR E-ACRE TRACTS Braakr. Hwy. Frontage Owner Financing.
After Hour Call 7Tws Realtor Assoctatfa; NON QUAUPYWOi Assumable mtg. :3/1 In town. $34.000. a THREE 2-ACRf RIVERFRONT LOTSi Breaker Owner Financing.' S
*BEAUTIFUL 1 STORY brick a cedar farm horn*. 4/2 1/2 BA an 36 Me.. EVSMWOSi
Irene L. F.ulkner..e 4-S14a *PIIAMI..ITAU'a City water and sewer walk to vrythlng. 10000. | W.yw.Beagles>f4-4<93 SID Dodd 94. 7404Novl.
Darlene Qodwt12..1f'8.U03 *FARM HOUSE BARNS on:3 ac.Good 0'_.ClaM to Stork. REDUCED a .Ward.944-7444' Ml Oowm j-964-4444 a
> 4-9O4fl( *CaYSTAilAXEHOMESITI>3BRCH/A.1300SF.1ac. REDUCED

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.; ( 'itiio\: ', Mends al over America. 1-000-654- color. $120. Woody.G 4-6405. LOSERS WANTED: Lose your coffee WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial
.'r'O' .iIS' IA" : !.j E tlWK)); t.i [' home units from $199.00. Lamp,
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.Call from Home/Office. (R393)). painting, window washIng catalog
FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROlL Mulch HOSPITAL JOB:$6.80r.your..... No pressure washing. If you need Guaranteed!I've lost 28 pounds In 45 color 1-600-228-629Z -
for landscaping 782-3140. tfn exp necessary. For Info call 1-000- CHAIN LINK FENCE: Instalted. Free estimates. any kind of work or just someone to days without exercise! Free Shipping 20
226-9309xt 17096am4pm 7days. .. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., help you please give us a call. Kay (800)9694482.) 17 BE INDEPENDENT: No selling/No over-
HANOI has I fruit drink a
HOUSE PORTABLE buildings.storage $12.95 phone fee. 1* owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.ALTERATIONS Cleaning at 064-4908.,Remember BlrYlNQ-SELUNG-TRADING: Baseball head. 10 yr.company :
buildings, garages, greenhouse JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: TFN 17 no Job will be too smell 17 football basketball cards and collect soda route. 6-8 hour per wi! Must'
available In several areas I COMPASSIONATE LADY will ibles.Bob Keroe.Keystone 473-7875. have $15,000 secured 100% by In
NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy. Openings : zipper, hem, buttonholes give care
301 South 964-8848 TFN12X21 wttltraln.For Into call:708-7424620 patches.etc. Drop off and pick .toalderty lady In my Key.toneHelghts 17CHILD ventory.Substantial financed Income possible.First
12 est 382 15 up. 7 day a week,7am-8pm,064- 'home. Must be ambulatory. Can 473- CARE IN MY HOME: Anytime time Company offer. I expansion." .Cal
CARPORT $990.NO DOWN 6587. Plnehurst 0078.17 morning afternoon or evening. Good 1400.741-0123.
PAYMENT.Hand House portablebuildings NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avonrepreaentatlve.lorlnlormationcal Southslde Elem.Variety Hwy 100 acres-TFNWANTTO from I 5 A C CARPENTRY: No job too mall. quality child care available.Any ages.' 0 20 am to 0 pm. (

II Hwy 301 South Starke 964- mona at 782-3068. 15 Ra- 17 Cal 064-3725, ask for Doug or Herbert ....984" -.9422.1...' 0., ,. .....7. a. .. J DEALERSHIP LOG HOMES:National log

'85 TOYOTA 8848 TFN TRUCKTOPPER 12 :Off-white LEAD GUITARIST:For local country band. NESSI!DRINK.WANT THATS TO STOP YOUR? THAT'S BUSI 17TRACTOR WORK: Mowing and grading., I ) home manufacturing company ha all
SerIou.1nqulriea :M..E' : N' g.: of America's finest One starting at
Must be .
to -
willing practice.
like new. $150; Five formal dresses, OURS! Alcoholics Anonymous, 0641W36J8 Also backhoe and dozer work. 782- ;
$25 each. 782-1445. 12STARLING'S only. Call Mike after" 5 p.m., / 064-4ISO 06446(4.( 17 32811. 17CC .. .... .." .:' $0872.commissions Great, will earning not Interfere potential withpressntaployment a
CATFISH A FINGERLING 964-4111. 15 DIVORCES C CLEANING SERVICES: Immediate
$05-$1SO;; WILLS,$35450
HEAD SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC: ; WOULD YOU LIKE Cal Johnson
YOUR CLASSIFIEDADTOREACHREADERSALLOVER
FARM: You Catch 'Em. Open Fri., DEEDS. $20. MANY MORE SERV- opening* for weekly and bi-weekly loll free 1-600-321-6647.THE ORIGI-
Sat 4 Sun. E. Market Road 964- Pay depending upon experience. ICES AVAILABLE. Cal Bradford cleaning.Carpal,tile wallpaper eta
Call Bob Schnei FLORIDA NAL OLD-TIMER LOG HOMES AND
Reliability a must Secretarial 782-3080. 17 ? With the Florida Classified -
USED 3219,12 BEAUTYSHOP EQUIPMENTCall: der. 481-4361. Max-E Corporation Service. Inc.,064-2700. I'ROFESSIONAL PAINTING: Residential Ad Network we can deliver your SUPPLY' INC. 1001 Logue Road, Mt
782-3754. 12 Hawthorne. 15 BABYSITTING In my home: Infant to 'Cornm raJ./ Free estimates. message to over 1,500,000 people Juliet, Tfj 37122. 20
OVER-THE-ROAD TRUCK DRIVER: school age. 2 hot meal w/snack. for $125 (less than .0002/person/
BABY BED $75; MCS Free-Style Bike. Over age 25. 3 years experience Weekday 6 am to 6 pm. Have fram- Discounts.for seniors and disabled.l4681868 Call (this newspapers classified department $$LOCALROUTE$$:Handling Frtto-Lay.
orlg.price$500 asking$250;Scooter. needed. Call 84. 964-2010 after 5 poIIne, swing set a fenced.ln-yanf. J ADOPTION 17 to place your ad today.SEIZED Nabisco and other name brand snack
$45 metallhelve.and braCall : Affectionate, financially
; 96441 and
call 964-9347. 15 ask for Debby. 17 18 food Service account set-up
9644213. 12 EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI) As- HANDY MAN: Bargain Rate. Painting. secure couple with lakefront home CARS: Truck, boats 4wheelers owned by parent company. Products
: TRI-CART: Includes batteries and Plumbing.Electrical Decks eager to give love hugs, educationand have 100% Nationwide
mark-up.
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semble products at home. Call for Additions. motorhomes, by FBI IRS DEA
12 to newborn. Expense
Major Repair 25 security shows annual earnings.
high
Ext 0579. yra" Experience. census
SHELL Informatlon.S04-&t1-8003. paid. Call Julie/Jeffs Available your area now. Cal (805)
CORN:$8 00 per 100 Ibs.Call 15DRIVERS Local reference Woody. 004-5405 atty., 800-221- Require approx. 8 hour per week
682-7555 ext. C-2909. 18
964-3060 after 6 12 6480. (R389)). 17
p.m. : COME FOR THE MONEY. before 7 a.m. or after 6 p.m. for best J ADOPTION OPEN YOUR OWN HIGHLY PROFIT- and Investment of $14,850 cash secured
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsible :
: Hugs/Kisses/Dreasm/
Stay for the stability.J.B.Hunt one of results. TFN 17 ABLE RETAIL STORE. Apparel or by equipment CaB 1-800-782-(
to take on a low monthly Wishes/Country Home/Security/Love/
person on a beautiful console piano.payment No America's largest! and most success STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE Laughter all await your newborn. shoe. First quality famous name MAST R Operator 2.Haanndle
SALES AND SERVICE: A* make : full
brands. :
down.Can ton-free 140O-346- transportation on companies pa'llt8drivers Financial security Expense paid. $13,900 to $28,000 includes
2450.money 12 some of the best salaries In and models cleaned, oiled and ad Legal/Confidential. Call Barbara/ Inventory. training fixture., eta Kodak product line. Service pre-es
the business. We pay for your OTR justed $15. New and used sewing Mademoiselle 601440-2134. tablished accounts set up by parent
USED OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Sharp Greg's atty. 800-221-6489 .
copier $300 several! used typewrit experience up to$.26 per mile.Call 1- machine. Hwy 233 A M (Morgan 17 (R373)) 18LOCAL company. Investment $16.000 secured
I, ; 800443-3331 today.EOE.Subject to Road)084-8733 I VENDING PARTNER. Handle Inventory.Substantial weekly
MAKE NEW
ers. After 5 pm., can 9644569 or WATER Pumpand FRIENDS-TALK ONE-ON-
drug screen. 15 SPECIALIST: well Frito-Lay. Nabisco Hershey MARS return possible. 1-800-654-2410.
964-7545. 12 ONE to gals/guy/ in 1900741UVE
your area. -
FRIENDLY HOME PARTIES has repair al make and models. Life 20
openings matches No
company purchase.
your
UPRIGHT FREEZER:21 cu. ft $125.00.Call $1 minute. $15 minI-
long resident wife
9644163. 12 for dealers.NO cash InvestmentNO many year experience. mum. Also t-OOO-741-LIVE GALS selling required.$9.000 Cash needed
I WASHER A DRYER: Electric. May tag service charge. Highest commission Cal Collier at 084-6520. $1/rninule. $20 minimum. (R392)). for equipment High weekly Income.
and hostess awards. Over 800 PRESSURE WASHING House sidewalks 1400454-2419.
washer;GE dryer. Both In good cond. : 17 18
$250 washer; $100 dryer. 1.8 mi. items. Call 1400-227-1510. driveway trailer, roof and iMERICAN INTERCULTURAL STU- rv-'_ ""'A''
from US 301 on West C-225. 782- 15WANerv roof repair Call 964- 341. Terry DENT EXCHANGE needs responsible *
3397.12 : ENERGETIC. PERSONABLE Park( TFN 17 SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
people to screen and supervise
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WILLIAMS
WOODEN BUILDING 3 windows.some .Etorfulltlm.worlnourretail.tore. DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE school
16' ; high foreign exchange student
Inside panelling. $475. OBO. .40-50( hours per week;must be SERVICES: Quality work at !lowest and host families. Supplemental Income. PowerGate Systems
964-7628. 12 able to work Saturdays. Duties In- price*.AH work(guaranteed.664-3412. Cal t-800-SIBUNQ.(

DOUBLE BED. $45; Stroller. $15; Baby dude.Sales.: Clerical.Light Bookkeeping PAINTING AND PRESSURE WASHING: 17 (904) 462-5495 i 3 Year Limited .
Warranty.EEELS
bed. $50; swing $15; exercise bike (computer person referred Free estimates. Mike Cole. Can after MILITARY( RETIREE: Champus supple
$30; 1978 Toyota Truck, $750. Call but will train right ) Salary 5p.m., 964-4111. 17 ment will pay the 25% allowed plus MM* --- --
alter 5 p.m. 4734508. 12 depending upon experience. Please CHILD CARE: For the working mom. After 100%of excess charges. Also 100%
send resume to Cason Enterprises, school and Medicare
night weekends. For supplements.For brochure
Inc., P.O. Box 538 Lake Butler. FL
dependable good child call 964- call 1 1-600-627-2824 ext. 250.
) care
,: t'I7 R.': N i 32054.15MATURE All replies confidential. 8522.17 17

ATTENTION. : MLMDo know 2
RESPONSIBLE CASHIER/ you 1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke
people? Can you afford $30.00 a
OLIN'S SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home STOCK person. Afternoon and evening month(for retail or personal use)for a

lots for, cable rent water tv available.and sewer 782-3333 furnished from Wendy'hours. Apply.. 15 at Pep-O Across Check Our at health 800-545-4317 related product or 2052694222.?Call Mr.Gentry (64-778( =::>

TFN 13 SINGLE WOMAN approx.50,to work as 17

HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for maid at small motel. Must live In,Private ClassifiedAds ;' ECOME, A PARALEGAL: Nationally .
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Close Call 468.1323.TFN living quarters. 964-7184. accredited t" > 1i"-Y" v"-t
rent to prison. attomeyinstructed home "
Bel'e' '- H.J'e
13 15ATTENTION study,established 1976.Financial aid u .\ : 1l.
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 : RNs. Immediate work. for Free catalog 1-800-669-2555.- II' !'.;.i" '<\ \ '*"\ .< "'.'*"" "'t.>0"' "<"""' !{0: 1\l\," ,
Bedrooms. Near Prison. Cal 964- Nursing homes, correctk, >8pltals. /- em Career Institute, P.O. Box 2153 .' 'iW' e'\'F' 'riW': .
6115 or 4681323. TFN 13 RNs. $14-23/hr.:,inn LPNs.$11-15/ Boca Raton FL 33427. 17 .""--2S\[.v. v <-. i,. MOBILE' HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile hour.Interview Days ,Starke 0-3 Great LI 3NELY?Wanta tall in love?For only$2/
Tues..Sept 25.Can 1400-456-9882 Buys .,
from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN to schedule appointments. min.,you can listen and meet people M
13HALF )
ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT: Dou- ages/life-r5 ( ( ) 1i i

I. 964-7895 blewldeorSinglewide.0n.100A.Call 13 HOMES,'FOR.':SALE' .. -... ..-- tIUKI 11II Wroubel Timber !

,;. MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY AE.U

WATER. SEWER. CABLE TV. 964-. 'FOR SALE' 3 1/2' BA 'CB' J1UMI'SUPPLY .. .. ... ... ,
7498 TFN 13 BR 1 House .01 we I vy w; nvw.iiJwti; ;,' ...; .. (Jturt4eyf ""I 01.
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LR DR. w/flreplace, Ifenoedyars. 864 N.Temple Ave.Starke .. .. .
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile I.
We Pine Trees in
Bam w/eleo. 964-5647. 16 Buy
from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 ,
5 AC.Ranchette w/new custom built 3BR,
13MOBILE 2BA Brick Home. 2 car garage fireplace yard or on uncleared lots.. I
HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 87000. Call Trevor. Century iMyersj Well Drilling-
WATER.SEWER.CABLETV.BR, 1 21 Showcase Property-Broker. 473-
BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 4903. 16 Residential & Irrigation Ricky Wroubel
WALDO VILLAS are now renting SMALL DOWN PAYMENT: Assumable Call Anytime
Townhouses. Starting at $260.00. mortgage. Can 0644136. 16 282-2431
Equal Housing Opportunity. For more BY OWNER: Doublewlde mobile home. .
information call 468-1971.TFN Excel lent condition.Brick shingle roof
:\ 13LOW front and back porches. 3 BR/2 BA. afe
DAIL,'OR WEEKLY RATES:Kitchenettes Fireplace never used. 130x140 lot In Pump Systems!
available. Lawtey 7823332. quiet neighborhood. $40.000. 633-
Sales &
13TWO 2803 16 1
MOBILE HOMES:2 BR/1 BA each. BRICK HOME BR. 11/2 BA. Central H/ I
Unfurnished. $250 mo. + $150 sec. A.All Electric.38000.Call after 6:30: Service On j f

deposit NW 57th Ave (Old Crawford pm. 964-5095. 16AFFORDABLE 'ww
Road 13TRAILER).For information can 7823160. All Makes 9644061(J.Lie f v99'O; Wt : .i $35< )PER:

I FOR RENT:. 2 BR/1 BA. Air f 1305 '79 Ford Pinto S/W

conditioning.Close prlson.Oneacra Economy Car 03S65 $995
lot $300/month. Call 495-3816.

FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM APART- '79 Toyota SR-5 895
Gas Saver #3564
MENT: Clean and quiet Adults only. T.H.E.APARTMENTS WESTSTOR Environmental
830 N. Ave. Starke. 964- .
Temple. 79 Olds Delta 88
9424. 13 $1495
2 BR APARTMENT: Stove !frig and aO 4 Dr. Extra Clean #3548

utilities furnished. $80 week.I Phone Pumping and Septic Service, Inc.New '88 Mercury 8/W
S644498. 13 922 E. Brownlee St. $695
SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL: Retired Camp handing Rd. Installations, Repairs Restaurant Grease e cyl. Runs ooodf easso

65 and Mimosa older.Manor.Move your No deposit mobile hometo we Starke. FL 32091 Traps Pumped Residential PumpOutsState t1.$199: OWN$' k'l UPPER; '.WEEK ,

furnish city water sewer and garbage 964-7133 '
79 Chev Suburan .
pickup. $90.00 monthly rent PM.964- .$
Licensed & Insured
964.5008 Bus
2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with 1995
7498. 13 Slat Lie. 90-0911 V8. AT PS. PB. AC *3555
3 BR/1 BATH HOUSE On 2 with laundry & large playground.
: acres State Auth. #039 7-90 5383120MobilHelp '
barn. Approx. miles from UCI. 782- 82 Dodge Colt $2495
3159. 13EFFICIENCY .FREE Electricity first month. 4 Cyl.1
ROOMS: Clean quiet air Rent 30%ofyoW'monthly Income ,
.i conditioned. No children or pets. No If you quality.If '79' Olds Delta '
you earn 3.35 per hr.. 40 hrs. a Wanted 2495'V8.
drinking dope or partying. 964-5687. week& have 3 dependents your AT. PS. PB. AC. 2 Dr. 3487
13WHY rent would be about 4112 monthor POSITION JOB COACHTO
RENT?? HOMES FOR $1.001' 3.73 per day for day left In the 81 Pontiac Firebird $2495
Rapes. Gov't give away programs month for move-In after the Brat. '
V6. AT. PS. PB. AC. 2 DR. '3429
For Information can 604449-0670, Qualified Single Accepted.MoveIn provide ext R-9579. 13 cost can be aa low aa various jobs,...th4 community.Applicant: Desire highly motivated, "' 4Ult IPIIt.wEik
t$2't:. .' Jt '
2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: $225 per S1O.OO. Lau I_ quick 'learner with ability to train mentally handicapped adults In job ;

mo.13 $100 security. 9644614.NICE. &-.:. 8 HoumtngqfYaurlneom- skills. College and human service experience and/or 2 years In '83 Plyxn Tourismo $

CLEAN Furnished Apartment No vocational dev f pmanta's.rvlces' or Industry pr.ferred..Salary 4 Cyl. AT.'PS. PB.- '3S89; 2695

pets. $175 per month. 064-2796. If You Qualify $550.00 to 650.00 Bi-weekly based on qualifications.Send '
82 Chev'Monte' Carlo
13ONE R.sume'to'Bob Larimer. Executive Director Sunshine $
BEDROOM APARTMENT: Stove V6. AT. PS. PB. AC 3539 2895
refrig.. $70 weekly with utilities. Deposit Industries P.O/Box 509. Sterke, FL 32091;.964-7899
required. No pets. 9644232. '84 Chev'Cavalier' '

$2695
13 -, 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. AC f 3S34
3 BR. 2 BA MOBILE HOME on Grills
Loop. CH, stove refrig. Private lot '84 Mercury Topaz

$325/Mo.. 1-282-7117.Available end of 13 September. A heat 4 Cyl. AT. PS.,PB. AC "3489 $2895

pump ,
THREE BEDROOM. 2 BATH DOUBLE lofJiil @.>{ '< "
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WIDE MOBILE HOME on Grilfls Loop. A /:$4' < 0"III": "w'
Front and back decks,shed.First last <
and deposit 0644316. 13 lesterdays Treasures anyone, will feel l '82 Pont. Bonneville $3495

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Bedding Something For All comfortablewith. 4 Cyl. 4 Spd 03S42 $3695

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Keystone Area Ads
I 1 Nature's NurseryEach

I tree In a young forest often
\tff\i\to\ lST\FyCJ can produce more than 7,500 seeds
NOTICE ft .
SERVICES FOUND annually.A
.
c ? 2Vfc acre forest can yield as
CLASSIFIED AOVUTISINO should..?*. CAREER M REAL many as 113 million seeds for pine
rnltied to the Loke ESTATE-We Train.Wat- SIT OF KIY-One I.a Datsun key.Foundon
flee In writing and!Region Monitor of. son Realty Corp.473-4816 chg8/30 tfn Highway 100 In Keystone Gill PRD D"D birch spruce and beech trees according
paid In
advance GENERAL HOMI-Repalr. plumbing. 4732210. to Georgia Pacific Corp.,
unl.ss
credit
. with this office.MONITOR I.. already .etobllahed reef log,,carpentry heat A air cond.. GOLD CHAIN-Call to Identify. 4734787 the world's largest forest products
STAFF painting door, lode, cower a after 6 p.m. tfr920HIMAlAYANCat 1991 CALENDARSPromote company.Georgia-Pacific will plant
RESPONSIBLE FOR CANNOT IE HELD drain. 4732577. 2tchg-9-l3-20 found male. Need about 50 million seedlings this year.
MISTAKES IN NEED< A.CARPlMTUr-Local home. 4733193. tr9-20
THE CLASSIFIEDS TELEPHONE.WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER looking far port-time evening carpenter work. good your business with Custom

Claulf l.d deadline Is 100: a.m.TIM R.Mental or commercial. Private CARS Calendars.
.
owner* or constructor' odd A end
day prior to Thursday's publloaHon. ...737183.2tpd9132OllUS Many Styles Available
Minimum charge$3.50 for 13 word.. LAWN raking 1979 UNCOLN-Conllnentalr 1 Owner, call
SIRVICI-Mowlng. 964-3333
then 15 contt for each additional word. Good condition excellent traiwpartatlon. -
If bills or mailed edging. Call 473-0165. 4tpd9201125IXCILUNT $2495. 475-1536. 2tchg9-13-20(>> One Shopping for
*
out, there will" bo c CARI.lor the elderly and/or ... Stop your Advertising Specialtiesand
$3.00 billing charge. 1987 CHEVY .WD. new topper and
heusecleenlne.. Ref*. 473-3723.. Promotional Materials.
Mailing oddro: P.O. ton 1)71. Hc"JOWlLLIAaYSIT" : tire., 40.000 mile*. $8300. 4734621.
Keystone Ht,.. FL 32656 2tchg920.27 Located at the recently renovated,former Starlite
-In ........Day night.
my
weekend, before and after school 1984 RRNAULT-Encoro. AT. 60000 mi. I*. Motel'4 miles north of Starke on US 301 A
FOR SALE 473-0723. 1tpd -20 SIO95. Good condition. 4732438.
Itchg9-20
SATELLITE mTEM-repossessed due to EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI A.. 1912 FORD IXP-New point motor need
divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing. .Amble product* at horn Call forInformal1on. work. Ford 302 engine:3 peed.rebuilt
down. f39/me. 1-772-1031.: .* 604-641-8003. Ext. clutch. We.tern eaddle, 2 Chevy 14" fi)
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4tehg9/6-27 6679. IS tire w/rlm 4732042iteh99.20 SANTA FE HOMECARE
SATEUTI SYSTEM.Uk. now 6 mo. old BRADFORD, SEPTIC TANK SERVICE:
Overseas
with scrambler. Nothing down. Septic tank pumpout at reasonable YARD SALES Bradford Hospital BranchRN's calls can cost lass
$49/mo. 1-272-101S4tckg prices also drain line repairs.Starke. and be lass complicated with the

NICELY SHADID-LOT. w7MH hook-up. FLOOR 064-8121. TFN 17 SAG GIN.DOOR FM.I SAT.-6539 Immokalee Road 1/4 -Join our highly successful, quality oriented right calling plans.
3/4 ocr. In lake Gonova.",
(9043765938.) 4tchg913tO4TWO DRAG GIN,HOUSE OUT OF ml.machine from and Hwy tool.21.. Avon.Ref.,and washing much team of professionals. Enjoy a competitive salary,
NEW-VAN bucket seats, maroon.V LEVEL?? LaRue leveling ServIcefQr Break the Routine
all' foundation 473- more. 1tpd9-20 scheduling flexibility and an opportunity to provide
repairs.
w/boM. fits Chevy" 83-90. 130 eachor your FM.9-4-SAT.9.I,Furniture E more Plum with
2 for S90. New Stepbumper fit. 7721. TFN 17 services in UpjohnWould
Volley lane between Keystone A patient care your community. 3 yrs.
Chevy"' 80-87. S4S. New IS" and 16" "" MelroM off 21N. 4732803. Itchg9-20 you like an Interesting
Chevy"' wheel. $,5 each. I rug HELP WANTED VARDSAU-Berea Circle. Saturday Sept. Med/Sur. or Critical Care nursing required. Homecare change in your mining career while

9xl2-$1S. carpet "" 2-S'2. 2 formlcacount.rtop. 22.1 a.m. to 3 p.m. Itchg9-20 experience preferred. Full time part time position you supplement your income?
.
4x7420 each. Coil after CLEARINO-Antlqua dealer' ..tal.. Become
an Upjohn and
employee
HAKSTYUST-For loll service" salon In
6:30 wkdy All day Sot./Sun.4752372. Keystone Height Flexible hour Glass. china furniture, collectible, available. M-Fri. w/rotating weekends. Salary put your valuable skills to work

KIMBALL 2tchg9-l3-20 300-Deluxo.mall Organ. 2 boata.campor Please Saturday.call Ak for 473-0257.Diana. 2tchg9.20.27HOMES Tue.doy- olio September household 22. 7:30 items.a.m.-4 Saturday p.m. $13.64-16.15/hr. For information, call Marji Gibson, according: Work in to different your own location schedule.,and

Oldt-neod top block.4730249.refrigerator itchg9 1985-:20 Keystone Bible So.Church.on SR-21.Follow behind Friendship signs.- Alachua General Hospital 801 S.W. 2nd Ave., get relief from day-to-day stresses
associated with
PATIO PURN.-Doubla dresser w/mlrror. FOR SALE 475-1114. 1tchg920MUlTIFAMILYFurnlturo Gainesville FL 32601. (904) 338-6750 collect. EOE. routines. hospital and patient '
3 couche. 3 chair. 235/15 tire and baby Item,
rim, mist 475-3369. 1tpd9-20 NEW SBR/lBA-Wlth patio and fireplaceon misc. Watson Realty parking lot N. According to your training' and
paved road In city limit $59.900. SR-21 Saturday, September 22 8 .. preference choose from assignments
FOR RENT Sea Display Ad In 'A' Section for a.m.-l p.m. 1tchg9-20 Join the Upjohn Health Care
detail 4tchg9.13-10-4 TWO FAMILV-Saturday. September 22, :SENIOR REGISTERED NURSE Servicesteam.At Upjohn. ,its up
LAKE ACCESS-3 38R mobile home. BY OWNER-S8R/2BA on Spring Lake College/office relrlg., IBM Memory to you.
or
$145/$155 month. Loko Geneva wrap-around deck waterfront. Writer and table, many other Item*. ]Minimum Qualifications: FL. Licensure as a Professional Positions available now!
Rental, 473-7566.per 6mopd7-90-l-9l $74,900. 473-0249 or 2"9-1805lv.me... Keystone Oak off SR 100. 1tpd9-20 ]Registered Nurse and one year experience. Registered Registered Physical Therapist",

MOBILE HOME-2BR or 38R$145/I55 per 2tchg9.20.27MOaiLIHOMa.7 Room. 1680 ft. 3 Salary: Based on credentials and experience negotiable up tc Assistant.Registered Physical Therapy Nurse for

momth.Rental 4737566.Lake acceu.mopdto2-27 Lake Geneva Bft/2VtBA. one acre. Extra 38000. MOTORHOMESFOR $30,000 annually (Benefit package worth over $8,000). weekends and holidays.Call today
4734828. ltpcW-20 SALE for more information.
30 FT. CAMPER-Slngle preferred. A/C CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL TECHNICIAN CERT
cable, full bath ref. Everything turn.
except cooking go*. f60/wk. SSO/dap. LAND 1973 WINNEBAOO-fully contained Minimum qualifications: FL. Licensure as a Practical 1-800-448-7753
4732667. ltpd8-30-9-JO w/generator 21 foot $6500 473-7870 Nurse. Salary bases on credentials and experience. 964-8772
COWPEN LAKE-2BR. CH/A turn., dock NICELY SHADED-Lot.w/MH hook-up. 3/4 or 473-9739. 1tchg9-20!
W/D hook-up garden tub bay win- acre In Lake Geneva ((904)376-5938.) Salary: Negotiable up to $18,700 annually (Benefit package :uPaHeaItCae.... .

dow.. 479-2427. 2tchg9-13-20 4tchg9-13-1O-4 WANTEDCA.POOU..want.d. worth over$5,000). Services:
SIR MH-furnlihed gas appliance.. lOG PtRCENT-Flnancedl 1.5 acre on
$250/mo. No kid, no pet. $100 sec. paved rood Convenient to Melrose Dally fromKeystone :Successful candidate will be eligible for all FL. Career
dep. 4730118. 1lpd9-20 and Keystone. MH okay. $8500. Only to MAS JAX. leave
Height :Service Benefits including State Contributiions to Health HELP WANTED
month,$500 down.4.75ejtres,
WHY RENT?? HOMES FOR 1.001 $109 per Keystone 6 a.m. leave HAS at 4 p.m.
Repos. Govt give away program giant oak. 19900.' 1-659-2269 O/B. Call 4734470. 4tpde/23.30 ]Insurance[ and Retirement, 13 paid vacation days 10 paid
For Information call 604449-0670. 3tchg9-20-27-IO/4 i sick days 10 paid holidays deferred compensation plan Management

ext R-8579. 13 CEU's and In-Service Training. Position Available.

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I Union County Ads I :Send completed FL. State Application to: R. Nate Holton Salary* + Benefits.

Personnel Manager New River Correctional Institution, *l Apply at:

Post Office Box 333 Raiford Florida 32083-0333 or Phone w Taco Bell

PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED I(904) 964-4000, Ext. 537.
808 S. Walnut St.
l:Preference Shall Be Given. To Ccr (nVeteraiw,!and, Spousesof

'WELL DRILLING Well, and AND SEPTIC TANKS DOT- WORK FROM HOME S60 per 100 prepofc- ; I Veterans. EOE M/F1 vj .j.r 'Ujg .t fc. l* ". .' Starke.FL. .32091
man Septic Tanknc.tr2a4 !Erg _II. Information send stamp addressed I
Inch water wells. Pumpssales, service stomp to K.S. Enterprises P.O.
", Installation. septic tanks, lift Box 5157-XXW Hillside NJ 07205. Stpd. -
stationsNew Installation drotnftold 8/30. 927.ENERGETIC .
repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) PERSONABLE FEMALE for
Jones-275-2004- Jones- 2752716.. full-tune/ work In our retailstore..4O-5O "' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Altar 6 p.m.Slat lleon....- All work h...per week,must be able to work on
guaranteed-estimates. 1/25 Stpd. Saturday Duties Include: Sales,
2/22 then/ tfn clerloil. light bookeeplng. computer : :
CHILDCARE IN MY MOM for more Information experience preferred but will train
Janice Noegel, 4fe-3923. right person. Salary depending on ex- SPORTSMAN CLUB
WANTED TO BUY:Small and large tract perlence. Please send resume' to:
of timber. Pine cypress and hardwood Conan Ent. ef N. Fl.. Inc. P.O. Box 538 .
Top Dollar) 496-1491. ask for lake Butler Fl. 32054. All replies con-
Tony. 11WHY fldentlal. 1'''.1'9. 920.17W. ,
RENT?? HOMES FOR $1.001 .1. LPITs ATTENTION Immediate Q'l NATIONAL HtLEJ m1@F
Ropos. Gov"t give away programs.For need. Nurstong homes, correctionsand
Information call 604- 49-0670. hospitals. RN's$14 to$23 per hour
ext. H-9570. 13 LPfTs $11 to $15 per hour. Interview.
EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble Days Inn In Stark. Tuesday Sept.25.9
product at home. Call for a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 1-800-456-9882. to, $H O [IDAW
Information.15 504- 1-8003.Ext 9679. schedule apotntmont. Itchrg. 9/20.

BUYINQ-SELUNQ-TRADINQ: Baseball FOR SALE
football basketball card and collectible -
*.Bob Korea.Keystone 473-7975. -
17 SlUt APPLIANCE. USED SALES AND
Sep.22at
REPAIR URVtCS. Buy some sell some
NOTICE trade some, fix some. 494-2090. 4tpd.,
4/12-4/34 then TFN. -
TRAILER HITCH for full else truck. Call
should be submitted
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING _
ask for Jason. TFN.
Times office 964-0791
to the Union County KEYSTONE AIRPORT
In writing and paid In advance : ;
unless credit Is already establishedwith :t
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this office. Jr: "": : ; ; .'< _' ; HIGHWAY 100
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT M HaD i.lbn
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Classified deadline.'. Is MONDAY. S ;
P.M..prior to Thursday publication. Large or Small Loads of Ltmerock
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Tractor Work Backhoe
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plaza Highway 21 North KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Highway 301 Southservice
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Pale lIB TELEGRAI TIMES"MONITOR-B !:!.'..1..1.;, ., ",IIi ... '" "par..#. .,,' io. iGh


I \ r Tornadoes Improved. Against Fernandina, Coaches Say 1 ISeSfge Roberts J surie ;'


i I.\ A little rest for the two-way "It's really an unsung lob. In the tackle chart below,':T meansan Clayton Manning 1 1 986 North Temple Avenue ?o ndepbndtM
i 'I tarter and tome Bradford downfleld blocking but it's no Individual tackle A means a Wyatt Collins .1 0 ><. AesENT
t I quickness went a long way toward great running" pointed out Coach player assisted on a tackle. Shawn Jenkins 1 0 ((904)9647826COMPARE)
I the SJ-0 offensive show the Tornadoes Kamlnskl.Tornado. Jonathan Ferguson 1 0 .
I on visiting Fernandina Tackles... Bill Campbell 1 0
put 'RATES & :
\
i Beach. Oernard Williams 1 O' ,SERVICE;
: Tackles... Namal T
!\, the Bradford offensive Shauntcl' Houston 1 0 Automobile Homeowner '
I Kept fresh .' ,
Tornado Safety Terry Berry,taking care of Tarry Barry a 2 Larry Shannon 0 3
I' I line got the Job done springing and again downfield tackling after the 15 pass Andy Goodnl 7 J Josh Lewis 0 1 .Commercial InsuranceLife'
backs loose again ,
.
.
I by Fernandina QB Ray Robert Nichols 4 2 --
completions -
,i I before the hometown Jenkins crowd.No. 75,Left and Vonnah led the Tornadoes in tackling Julius Harden J J & Health. Insurance'. .. .
tackle Shawn
tackles and 2 Allan Jenkins J 0
I left guard Jason Norman best offensive No. 63 assists.with Berry 8 Individual also fires up quicklyon Robert Hankerlon 3 0 [ri MichigariMmers. \ ..ou:::.... .... .;. .

I shared linemen honors of the for week.the Center Wyatt runs and gave good support there Vinnie Phillip Blye Crawford 2 2 1 1 NutwlrrurarKeGxhW. Y """""" .:.. .;'

Collins, No. 52; right guard Phillip too.Right with Berry was 7 Individual James Daniels 2 1 After Charles Lindbergh made his :::1
Crawford. No. 63; right tackle tackles and 3 assists by Inside Jason Lee 1 2 tory with the first solo flight across Allstate'Y1..
Clayton Manning No. 76, and tight Goodowns. Jason NormanJ 1 the Atlantic,he came home by ship. '
'
linebacker Andy
'I end Andy Goodowns, No. 85, also ; Scott Roberts Agent G3George Roberts: ,Agent
contributed the Tornado attack
says Coach Lanier civati.
'

"The offensive line played its best t ta.
game to date and made fewer '
Coach the 41' ,
mistakes, says Clyatt .
offensive line mentor. The guardsdid
a good Job reading the ends .
either blocking them in or out, < .




I, Once side nado strong playing.depending Fernandlna of coaches that side the was field of on.its expected how lined detected defense different the up, said,to ends with Bradford that the Clyatt.were wide Tor-the (r i 15 ON SALE !



simply ran to the weak and short

side.Much of the 350 yards of Tornado key

offense came on the double hand-off
to Allen Jenkins No. 13.
Coach Clyatt also got substitute r
guards Josh Lewis, No. 66, and
Dante Williams, No. 60, in the game
more which allowed starters Jason
Norman and Phillip Crawford to rest 1

more. They did a good Job says. Y' ,
Coach Clyatt of the new guards. 'It
game them confidence and I have oil
confidence to put them in the
game" said Clyatt.
Sophomore Larry Shannon No.80,
is starting to come around at tight
I
end and can relieve Andy __ -
Goodowna who also plays i
linebacker on defense Coach Clyatt -
pointed out. And Junior Kenny
Carlton played the last two series at
center. Carlton does a good job and
knows the assignments both center SUPER SAVINGS EVENT!
and guard, Clyatt said.

Defense Improved... -
"Over-all we tackled much bet-
ter. That stood out the most ...
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says 't "
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Coach Roland Cummings the defensive \i.,'-..' ./'''.:'. \; .
coordinator.The \
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I front seven also kept good I \ '.
OAK r >,./ !
pressure on the Fernandina quarterback '" ; .
not the good passer, QB Ray ... ,.:: ': ,: ij;:, j
,
Vonnah a whole lot of time to throw FINISH r c'f; '. .
footi ' the all. Entertainment ( )>'1 .. "
Defensive tackle Jason Norman .1 ,11.._:_ 1. <0/. ft ....'J k4
No. 65, and inside linebacker Andy Center \. .. .
Goodowns No.85, shared honors for This antartalnmantcenterlwall ....hldd.n
the best defensive linemen. ; unit OrfpURCHASE OF MANY.TOWERRACK-
vblon
/ stora9., a lug to MANY BRANDNAME MODELS
I The pressure was applied by quid,b.D4soM sflsVSSth.
the defensive line Sr.ndai behind CONSOLECOLOR
everybody on ,
b.... I'lnl"" d In
especially by linebackers Andy Plymouth Oak. lIalf STEREOSQtlEENSiZB-
Goodowns, No. 85 and Phillip Iwryi.1 TV'sON :
Crawford No. 63, and strong end
Allen Jenkins, No. 13.Coach Cummings -

and''Everybody linebackers had them take on played the turns defensive well blitzing." says line T'i: :: HAV EmU!


Coach Cummings. The rest are (, '
defensive tackle Shauntel Houston, : 4 piece contemporary, df


Wyatt No.Manning 74 Collins; ends No. 76 or No.; rover Sam 53, and linebackers back Clayton Julius OVER 1/2! }4.., <."Ji;' ... { .;[";:ii:'<'>i.: d ,,,: Early Dresser American.Mirror, Chest Includes and

Harden No. 10, and strong ends ., \ ... ...0'!"X,. ......,...'} '.' o1 'i'':" Headboardl!
Robert Hankerson No.23,and Allen
Jenkins No. 13. e \ )'r tiPtR, : $ ,OF.'I\A.i\ij'; ( e
# : Low
Plus, sophomore linebacker ps qs
James Daniels, No. 31; sophomore ppMEpd ,111;;; I EO.Br $388It
strong end Larry Shannon No. 80, 6oflf"f :
'
and sophomore defensive tackle ( jit ) { i:;>.R:.iqMq ;d'ip .
Jonathan Ferguson No. 63. each I
play several series or about half the ____
time giving the two-way starters
Goodowns Crawford and Norman
some rest.
What the coaches are for is
to have the best 11 on the field cer- I PINE ... 1
tain situations where needed says
Coach Clyatt. It would be ideal to .', '
FINISH [
have the best 11 rested enough to go .
in if an opponent reaches the Tor- -- 4-Drawer Chest
I '
nado 20 yard line, for instance. '
To rt his 4draw r chill ON MANY
accomplish this, the starters must ____ ot sturdy coralrycljoohu and PURCHASE OF MANY 8 d
be rested. roomy drawer sp.o ,NEED TO.SELL
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18, S.II, dallvwy. ..y cu oniWMmbly
4ts ,ITEMS GROUPS
The Backs... t GROUPS :
Quarterback Reggie Sheffield
No.ll who scored two touchdownsand
rushed for 160 yards on eight Ii11Ii1!
carries was named offensive back -,:?; & $ ; -
of the week.Fullback. fy *.-jf|;| ;
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Robert Hankerson, No.
23,also played good football game, \ -Il 3 position. recliner covered.
says Coach David Hurse. in easy to.clean vinyl
An added dimension, Coach Hurse (" fabric. Brown color. h'Ie'
points out, was having Allen ftI .
Jenkins,No. 13,at halfback.Jenkins __ ".
baa a good game, irregardless of

having touchdown a 78 called yard punt back return because for the a .. ..Qr:, J\I' .;U'l;,M tE. ::,., 9FI.R $71'Table OH MA MY MOD El S O F

Tornadoes had 12 men on the field. .FRJGE:8A1TO.B.. $ .
'.II'E' BY-.si.DtiREI'RiriERA'fi' ; 'I r
The Secondary... ;< DI.JRR FRtc'1E1R A.'ru RANGES
The Tornado defensive
secondary, '

on which Coach, also Fernandina proved it can had play foot f LIVING, r:.ROOMS'': .& :Chairs BUNKBEDS

Kaminskl
Veteran Jerry defensive back points out. .
Berry No.9 and cornerback Robert Terry 3) piece sofa, love seat
Nichols, No. 24, starting his first and chair! Contemporary Features a "drop leaf construction Rugged solid'pine these' Mattress

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