Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01543
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SECTION I At 10 Pog.i
Outside.. Hard N.w. . .. .. . .1-3,8A
The violent storms working their way through Texas and LoulEditorial Pag. . . . . 4A
siana and into Arkansas Wednesday, March 21), will not reach into Th. Social Sc.n.. . . . 5-6A
Florida. The tail end of the front may bring some cloudiness and Public Nollc.l. . . . . .7A ra
passing showers Friday but the heavy rains of up to 8 inches in the Sport.. . . . . . .9-IOA l tt:
midwest are moving northeastward into the Mississippi and Ohio
valleys. SECTION Bi. 12 Pag.
Clearing and cooler temperatures are expected Saturday, with My.l.rlou. Tragedy . . .18
highs in the mid 70's and lows into the 40's. A Tough ArrMt . . . 2B
A return to daylight savings time (DST) will be at 2 a.m. Sunday Ar.a D.othl. . . . .68
morning, April 2. Move the clock ahead one hour Saturday night so Crime S .n.. . . . 1.78 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heavenyou
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you can get to church on time Sunday morning. Clatiill.di 6-10B Year STAKKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Worth Jail Rezoning'-" Goes Before City..., Bd. Again- Tonightby '-' I

Buster Rahn rezone the property or allow the sioners do not have the authority to Terwillegar Motors... facility south of town, but Tucker
mooting BCT Staff Writer override decisions decided he does not have the authority
frame building to be move onto the by the Board of US-301S is zoned B-3 for -
The Starke Zoning Board and sita. Adjustment, but since rezoning is highway to issue a license unless a special
business but
Board of Adjustment is scheduled to Subsequently the city commission now an actuality the county has type operations the, car exception has been approved.The .
sales is not listed -
Talent Show... meet tonight (Thursday, March 30) overruled the zoning board and ap- revised its request for a special exception among Motors permitted is mix-up will be presented to
to reconsider a special exception for proved the rezoning request, and will petition the board uses. Terwillegar re- the Board of Adjustment for its con
The BUS Drama Club is sponsor- county commissioners to move a primarily because the jail predates again tonight. The revision questing a special exception, sideration.
somewhat after the fact to allow it
ing a talent show at 7 p.m. tonight frame building onto the jail site for city zoning, and was apparently precludes the county from having to ,
(Thursday, March 30) in the BUS to merchandise cars at its lot across Orian Wells
additional inmate beds. classified into an inappropriate ask for a variance to set-back Chevrolet...
auditorium. Admission: $2. Last month, when the same issue category in the beginning. To bring regulations.In US-301.from the Wal-Mart Shopping Orian Wells Chevrolet is caught in
Students performing in acting, was under the two the jail into conformity with its actual last month's meeting, the boardof Center.In a similar situation, in needing a
song and dance. Some performerswon boards, a large crow of area use, city commissioners Adjustment split 3-2 on the special a city commission meeting, special exception to display a new
awards in District thespian residents met with the boards to pro- reclassified the jail site. exception, with businessmen Ken Terwillegar Motors was led to car in Wal-Mart Shopping Center.
competition in January in Jax. test any change in the status quo. Granting a special exception is Teal and Orian Wells voting for the believe that City Clerk Neil Tucker
Both city boards denied requests to something else. The city commis- county. would issue a license to operate the (See Jail Rezoning..p.2A)
Arts/Crafts Festival...

Come one, Come All... to the
Lawtey Community School Arts, County
Crafts and Music Festival this

Saturday, April 1, 1-6 p.m.
The festival will feature arts and
crafts exhibits and sales by
children and professionals music Must

by the Lawtey Marching Band and .
Steve Crews' Wanted Alive Band. 4IL
Chicken and rice dinners will be
sold by UCAP to help in its legal
battle against the State of Florida RecycleBy
which wants to establish a hazar-
dous waste treatment plant near
Raiford. Plus hamburger and hot :
dog stands. L
Any artists or craftsmen wishingto w w't. By July
participate should contact the

school, 782-3639, by today, (Thurs- h I
day, Mar. 30)) by 3:30: p.m. I
state law County Commissioners -

Mz. Ugly Contest... must set up a recycling
system by July 1 to remove at least 5
The 5th annual Mz. Ugly pageantwill percent of the volume of solid waste
be held on April Fool Day, F 1 Yy % system.
Saturday, April 1, at 7:30: p.m., in t r Commissioners from the 3-county
the BUS Auditorium.The "yd New River Solid Waste Assocation of
pageant is sponsored by the t '. A1ikL Baker, Bradford and Union Counties
All Sport's Club. Admission, $3. i- t met Tuesday night, March 28, in

Macclenny.The .
Blanding Museum... next meeting of the Associa-

An organizational meeting of the tion will be at the Bradford Cour-
Camp Blanding Museum and +A thouse at 7 p.m. Tuesday April 11.
Historical Associates, Inc. is set at yT9 A decision will be made at that
2 p.m. Saturday April 1, at the time which course to follow in initiating ,
Camp Blanding Armory.All a regional recycling pro- :
persons interested in helping .. gram. i
develop and operate the museum
and Warld War II Memorial Park Typical Teenagers...? Recycling... I
are invited to attend. The Florida legislature, during its
You'd better believe it. You can't tell them from the American Kerstin Rosee, Gabriele von Knohrlsdorff, and the teacher-sponsor 1988 session, mandated that recycl- I
Spring Forward Sunday... students when you see them in the BUS library, until you see hear their Gisela Wachholz-Kulke. ing be started In every county by Ju- J

Daylight Savings Time will begin accent.In the third weeK of a 3-week visit here are: Back, row- Ramph Bomblrf, Martina Ising Irmi llarnoth, Andrea ly wastes I, 1989, with a.goal of 5 percent of

this Sunday, April 2, at 2 a.m. So, Front row- Robert Pelzer, Bernd Burbaum Thorsten Winkelniann, Valscheuer, Anja Mermann: Tom Stoll, Michaela Valscheuer. percentage recycled.This will increase by 5 .1
set clock ahead hour
/ your one
percent each until 30 percent of
before going to bed Saturday night,
and don't be late for church wastes are recycled by the year

morning! Sunday German Students Soaking Uo the Sun 1994.Time is getting short for the I,

Club Board. NRSWA to initiate a recycling pro'I''I
Woman's .. (.J ..
gram, said Association
The Executive Board of the A dozen German exchange At six years of age, German Required studies,taught two to six Joe Riddick. The regional landfill
Woman's Club is set to meet at the students are visiting Bradford High students begin four years of elemen- hours per week in one to two hour will not be in operation before late
clubhouse Wednesday, April 5, at 1 School and staying with local tary school. At that point German sessions, include German, English, 1990, so a regional facility acceptingall I
miles. students are tested. The more French or Latin, mathematics, arts wastes cannot be set up for at
The German youngsters are soak- k academically minded go to a gram or music, either biological, physical, least a year.Several .
ing up the Florida sunshine eating mar school, called "gymnasium"for or computer science, and history, options were considered
Bradford Fair... tacos, and learning how things workin nine years, grades 5 through 13. social science, or the theories of as ways to get started but no deer I
America. It's rainy and cold this Gymnasium is equal to a U.S. high education. The main foreign sions were made at this meeting.
The Bradford County Fair will time of the year in Erftstadt Liblarin '. school and junior college. language is English, which is re- off in
Establishing drop points
begin at 5 Tuesday, April 11, don't have Bombis.In .
p.m. West Germany. They quired, explains Ralph
each for such
Ji county as I
and run through Saturday, April 15. Mexican food there, says Kerstin The more practically minded grades 5-10 German students aluminum and cardboard which are
Advance tickets can be purchased Rosee. classes but remain with the
students attend for six a marketable
at then
years present, move
at the Chamber of Commerce of- The German rangingin students like the middle
youngsters "realschule modern same more
a secondary the collected materials to
a regionalsite
fice, two for $1. At the door, the age from 15 to 19, speak English ;;rN. school.In school here. In grades 11-13 the Ger- for baling and marketing, would
cost will be $1 each. Bradford Coun- schedules like
better than most the last two of man school are more
Tickets will be on sale in District tians, having studied English, begin- nasium German students years are testedin gym- college, with classes on M-W-F or a require more than cooperation could be from the I
Schools the week before the fair ning in the fifth grade, and for as different academic areas. If T-Th combination, explained Anja without citizenry intense educational expected
begins. long as eight or nine years. You .t'y enough points are accumulated on Niermann, writing down her it an was agreed.To program
can t tell them from American the tests, a student receives an schedule for The Telegraph concentrate on municipal and
teenagers, except for the language .
"abitur, which qualifies them for contractor operated waste collection
Charity Air Show... difference. sports in Germany are soc-
further study at university. A stu-
Erftstadt Liblar is close to the cer and tennis. To play, one joins a systems already in place, using
Gainesville's first air show in dent might stay in gymnasium past separate containers for different
Rhine River. The area is the sourceof club and must pay for his own equip-
of until
19 he/she
more than a decade is set at the years age ac- recyclables delivering the
much good wine, Mrs. Gisela ment. One learns how to play socceror
of cumulates sufficient points to
the pass
Regional Airport Wachholz-Kulke, the teacher who the tests. tennis at school, but there are no separated materials to a regionalsite
April 15-16. organizes the trips on the German school-sponsored competitions suchas for final separation and
At 18 or after school German
All proceeds go to the Associationof here. Basketball is played, but not marketing, met with some approval.
Retarded Citizens of Alachua end.Small males must serve 1V4 years in the ar- "Cities the best for
County, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, apart, dot towns the,West each Germany only few miles coun- --" a ..' .,.."""" ............=_ my or two years of civil service du- as There much is as more here.freedom In schools source separation are methods places," says

and other charities. Gates open at side. is by bus tyIt here Michaela Kalscheuer, an Darabi.They have the most concen-
Tickets for adults $6 try Transportation Keeping It Up... takes a minimum of five yearsin says
10 a.m. : $8 and train if 11th grader. School is easier here, tration of wastes available for
or by car going a longer a university to become a teacher,
for children 612.Downtown distance, or if more convenient. Ms. Gisela Wachholz-Kulke show for instance. Then the student must the German students agree.In separation, and with some changesin
There is fast food, though not as her purse made by Bobbie Sue intern w.der a qualified teacher for Germany, most wives stay pick up schedules, they can adaptto
much as in the U.S.That is one strik- O'Brien Illustrating the connection two years. At the end of this the home with young chidren, and a beginning program.
ing difference, says Ralph Bombis, between Bradford County and Erf- would-be teacher must undergomore husbands work. A new mother gets a
Jubilee... an 11th grader. tstadt Germany. Ms. Wachholz testing after which, if he year of free baby care. Working Site Preparation...
Downtown merchants are plann- Most of the small villages have a handles the German end of the ex- passes, he/she is issued a teaching mothers are the minority in Erf Drilling will start next week for a
ing the "Downtown Renovation grocery store. As local Bradford change program. license.! tstadt, a bedroom community for hydrologic and soil survey of the
Jubilee" Saturday, May 6. The Countians' go to Orange Park or "Then he has to get a job, and thatis people working in colonge, says An- Ellerbee Curve solid waste disposal
day's activity will include an arts Gainesville, most German residentsof a problem,"says Ralph Bombis,a ja Niermann. site, said NRSWA engineer Frank
and crafts show. Erftstadt Liblar travel the 17 Germans go to school longer and junior who wants to become a jour- German teenagers are allowed to Darabi at the March 28 regular
Any organization or individual In- kilometers, about 11 miles, to Col- are probably better educated than nalist. drink beer at 16 years of age,hard liquor meeting of the association the Baker
terested in participating in the onge to shop for clothes. Erft is the Americans but unemployment Is Students In "gymnasium" attend and wine at 18. They are allow- County Courthouse.The .
jubilee or craft show, please con- name of the river. Erftstadt consistsof high and it is difficult to get a job school until 1:30 p.m. Elective sub- ed in a casino at 21, at 18 if accom- study will determine the
tact Glenda Epps, ph. 964-4151, or several small villages, Liblar be- when one graduates from "gym- jects are taught in the afternoon. panied by an adult. direction of flow and the depth of
Carolyn Autry, ph. 9647810. ing one of them. Stadt means town or nasium" at age 18-20, or from a They also attend school a half-day groundwater, the thickness and
Free booth rental.Upcoming. city. university at 26-28 years of age. every other Saturday. (See German..p.3A) composition of soil layers, the tex-
ture and types of soils that underlaythe

Sampson Lake Campground Approved by Zoning Bd.Lake proper site.design All this of is the necessary landfill,for now a

scheduled to be ready to take wastesin
... the fall of 1990, according to
Public meetings scheduled in the by Buster Rahn Use Plan (CLUP) for three acres or values on Sampson Lake Road, an residents petitioned county Darabi.
weeks are: BCT Staff Writer less; therefore, the 15.56 acre parcel increase in lake pollution, van- commissioners to pave the road last Eight wells will be drilled at the
coming Starke Zoning Board will meetat Both the Bradford County Zoning will have to go before the Florida dalism, loud noises into the night, year, saying the amount of traffic 200 acre site, some to a depth of 90
7 Thursday, March 30, in Board and Board of Adjustment Department of Environmental transient "riff-raff" RV owners, and the number of people living on feet, to study the soil and water
p.m.Hall. gave Tom Smith the go-ahead to pur- Regulation, the Suwannee River alcoholics, drug use and high water. the lake warranted precedence over regimes underlying the landfill
City District and some other roads on the priority list. itself, and determine the type of soil
Bradford County Commission: sue building a campground on Water Management While several speakers made
9:30: a.m. Monday, April; County Sampson Lake Road in regular ses- other agencies prior to final ap- reference to high water levels, some Lake resident Don Prohaskin call- available in a planned borrow pit adjacent
sions, March 28. proval. A major change in the CLUP is Inundatedfrom to the landfill.
Courthouse. Tuesdal' saying the property ed for an impact study, saying, "I'm Floridan is
The acquifer thoughtto
School Board at Bradford MId- ake resident Tom will require 60 days or more, Zoning time to time, no one was able to We don't
3. Smith, whose family has been large Director Darrell O'Neal says. against the campground. be at about the 90 foot level.
water levels to the rezoning
relate in -
d1'SchoollBoard atMSouthside want other people moving except
landowners in the Sampson lake Last month Smith sought
April for generations requested 15.56 reclassification of the property, but Issue. landowners themselves. Recycling Grants...
Elementary: 7 p.m. Tuesday, area Smith, who has an intimate
4. acres be rezoned from RSF-MH to was stymied when it was determined knowledge of Sampson Lake since State grants are available to every
stated regulationsdo
O'Neal zoning
Starke Commission: 7:30 p.m. CSV to accomodate limited use by the zoning board that he had childhood was told by residents, impact study. county for help In funding capital
not an
Hall. within strict conservation guidelinesthat requested an inappropriate there onlya require costs in starting recycling pro-
Tuesday, April, City some of whom have been Later, Prohaskin said Smith is
Strawberry Queen Pageant: 7 allow some clearing, but not classification. In that meeting, a few months that the lake will flood seeking to develop the parcel grams, and for educating the public
p.m. Saturday, April 8, BHS clean-cutting. Wiuiin the CSV number of lake residents were pre- his property on either side of Sampson because it cannot be sold. "Nobodyin in promoting recycling volume
auditorium. classsification, campgrounds are sent to register their opposition to Lake Road in September. his right mind would buy the reduction, proper disposal of solid
School Board: 7 p.m. Monday.Jprlll0 allowed as a special exception. the project.Tuesday. Smith propertyProhaskin said, wastes, and to develop markets for
District Administration Smith's request will now go before night some 30 residents Increased traffic on the county of the recyclable materials. ,
to the propensity
Building, regular meeting. Bradford County commissioners for returned the zoning board grade became an issue, with Smith referring to flooding. Smith The base grant will be no less than
Hampton Council: 7 p.m. Tues- consideration. If approved by the meeting to object to the reclassification saying maybe the proposed facility Sampson said the land area is not in the flood plain $66,489, with an additional $1.51pe r I
day. Alrllll City Hall. commissioners, the request still hasa of the Smith property, with a will encourage the county to pave and is higher than some houses in capita Incentive, if every qualified I
Brooker Council: 7:30 p.m. long way to go before permits can dozen or so addressing the board.A the road sooner than It might other- the entity in Florida applies. The exact
Tuesday, April 11, City Hall. be Issued. common theme ran through the wise. From the audience someone area. amount of the grant will. not, be
Local zoning officials can approve complaints, with residents saying said, "We don't want the road pave Campground..P.2A)
changes in the Comprehensive Land there will be a reduction in property ." (see (See Recycling...P.3A1

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i Newman Wants 180 Acres Kezonedby I

Buster Rahn privlege] to an individual. Bds. Reorganize...

BCT Staff Writer Both the Bradford County Zoning
Ronnie Newman asked the Brad- Pinesong Gone... Board and Board of Adjustment

ford County Zoning Board to rezone Pat Welch, representing Hensen elected officers for 1989.
168 remote acres southeast of Hampton Homes of West Palm Beach, Zoning Board Chairman Rick
from Agriculture to Open Rural], presented a re-platting of Pinesong Replogle was re elected for a second

Tuesday, March 28. Subdivision, which was originally term, with Larry Paterson elected to
Zoning Board Member Medrord platted by Col. Red Griffin. the vice-chairman position.
i Connelly moved to approve the re- The new subdivision, renamed Mark Hardenbrook was reelectedfor ]
quest, got a second from Zoning Country Club Woods was reviewedby a second term as chairman of the
Board Member Frank Sheffield, and the Zoning Board, but no action Board of Adjustment, with Dick
was approved 6-0 The 6-0 vote sends was requested or taken. Graham being named vice-
the request to the County Commis- Marvin Brown owns the only lot chairman.
sion at a 7 p.m. April 19 meeting for under the old "Pinesong" name.The Graham chaired the Tuesday
final approval. new plat shows 37 lots under the new meeting in the absence of Harden-
Access to; the property Is by way ofa name. brook
two mile long grade which exits -
SR-18 about two miles east of Hamp-
ton. Newman said he has a 60 foot Winning Tennis

wide easement from ITT Rayonierfor 1 0 per hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each.
the access grade. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305
Newman said he plans to sub- Current students Include KHHS team members.
divide the 168 acres into one acre lots
to accomodate a mixture of mobile
A91 and custom built homes, and re- NOTICE Of SECOND PUBLIC HEARING!
'ii y quires the OR classification to comp- AND STATEMENT OF PROPOSED CDB3 PROJECTThe

ly with zoning regulations City of Starke Is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs
Bradford County needs low cost (DCA) for a grant under the Commercial Revitalization Category In the amount of
home sites, Newman told the board,
$575,000 under the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
saying working families can amor-
tize an $8,000 lot in about ten years, Program. For each activity that Is proposed, at least 60.0% of the funds must benefit

at $100 per month, and "that's all low and moderate Income persons. The activities, dollar amount and estimated
they can afford." percentage benefit to low and moderate Income persons for which the City Is
A School Board Member At Work?
... When asked about roads, Newman applying are:
School' Board Chairman Evelyn: Chastain I is "gelling said he will form a "Home-owners
Seel" for what goes on in a cafeteria by sprinting the personnel at various jobs as a way to familiarize Association" to fund roads, similarto ACTIVITY ACTIVITY COST PERCENTAGE BENEFIT TO LOW
day working( in the cafeteria at the :Middle School herself with all aspects of the school system and its a 84 lot subdivision he developedin AND MODERATE INCOME
"It !gives: me a better picture of what is bring done in operations Graham, in which home owners PERSONS

the school she says, Mrs. Chastain Is helping Evelyn Hanks (center) and pay $50 per year per lot for road con- Direct Assistance 100%
:Mrs. Chaslain intends to spend some time at all of Jackie Rhoden (back to camera) fill trays as students struction and maintenance. to 530,000.00

the schools.. from limp tn lime.. working with.. --., school line un-... for lunch. Newman sairt he recently spent privata-lor-prollt
$300,000 to build a oneandahalfmile businessesTotal

road in Alachua County, and
I Bradford County residents can't af- Activity Coat :530,000.00 100%

Campground. ford the additional cost.

from page 1A Longchamp...
Jerry Wilson, president of TOTAL PROJECT COST 575,000.00
Another speaker said, "Nobodywho on the lake that people can use, except Bd. of Adjustment... Longchamp Homes requested the
City's plan to minimize of result of planned CDBG
as a
owns an KV in his right mind, those that own lots on the water. rezoning of 1.57 acres in Deerwood displacement persons
When the zoning board adjourned, funded activities Is to develop a CDBQ project which will not cause displacement 01!
would drive down that road The public deserves
a place on the Subdivision on US-301S, from Single
In the summer months, a number lake. the lake residents left City Hall Family Residence to Open Rural. persons. The City'i proposed Fiscal Year 1968 CDBG project will not displace anI'personl.
without attending the Board of Ad-
of campers spend week-ends at the Smith pledged to build a cam- which followed. The Zoning Board denied the re- .
boat ramp on Cypress Hun. on the pground with 66 campsites that justment Smith's meeting request for a special ex- quest. I If for any reason persons are displaced as a result of CDBG funded activities, the
north side of the lake. residents and others can be proud of ception to construct a campgroundon Wilson was not represented before City will provide assistance to displaced persons as required under 24 CFR 42, U.S.
Bass fisherman Charles Evans having in the area. Buffer zones and Sampson Lake Road was the only the board, but two Deerwood Department of Housing and Urban Development's regulations that Implement the
said he is a long-time Slarke resi- trees will be left intact, with camp- item on the agenda. residents, Tom Parker and Henry Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970.A .
dent, and fishes the three lakes, sites exceeding the minimum 1,200 Since Board of Adjustment Harrell, were there to oppose the re- Statement of the proposed Fiscal Year 1988 CDBG project application Is as
Sampson, Crosby and unwell He square feet, some as much as 2 1/2 members were in the audience and quest. follows:

remarked that the Sampson Lake times. had heard the zoning board input, it Parker said Wilson wanted to sell) The City's CDBG project Is a commercial revitalization project. The City will
residents arc saying'that "they don'twant Although a campground was unnecessary to repeat the part of the parcel to the Archie Tan- undertake commercial Improvements In the Fiscal Year 1988 target area which Is
me out there. classification allows up to 10 percentof ner Funeral Home, and wanted to
lengthy hearing.In located downtown. The total cost of the project Is estimated at $575,000 and 100
Evans said fishermen are finding the sites to be occupied by mobile horses the remainder.
making the request for a special run on of the
percent will benefit
project cost low and moderate Income
their vehicles vandalized while they homes Smith said there will be only exception, Smith asked for the ap- Harrell said he has lived in Deer- A persons.
are on the lake, with tires being one mobile home, the residence of proval to include a small retail wood for ten ;years, and "If I wantedto public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application
slashed and windshields being the full time campground will be held In the City Commission meeting room located In the City Hal'' on April 4,
manager. outlet for the sale of camping sup- live in the country, I would have
broken. While Evans did not indicate Primitive camping will be allowedon plies, including bread, milk and stayed in Brooker." 1989, at 7:30: pm. A copy of the application will be available for review at the City
he suspected lake residents of the the lake side of the road, and RV beer. Board Chairman Rick Reploglesaid Mall on Monday through Friday between the hours of 0:00 a m. and noon and 1:00: p.m.
mischief, he said "I believe an over- units will be confined to the east side the request appears to be in con- and 4:00: p.m. To obtain additional Information concerning the application and the

night campground' will help with of the road. Sewer facilites will\ be In response to a question, Smith flict with Item 13 of the Zoning Code, public hearing contact Neil Tucker, City Clerk at ((904) 964-5027.
vandalism. available in keeping with current said he will build a 500-600 foot dock in that it would grant a special
Ronnie Newman said, "I was raised regulations, Smith said. into the lake for use by campers.
on the lake. They (residents) talk Zoning Board Member Medford Board member Pete Schlosser
about being on the lake for 20 years, Connelly moved to recommend approval moved to allow the special excep-
the Smith family have been there a of the Smith to the
request tion
including the retail outlet, and
hundred l\q safe is cver complele I alrJaxviJnlil i
years. county commissioners, and receiveda received a second from Morris Starl- you
Newman stressed the point that second by D.J. Phillips.\ The motion ing. The four member board voted (ourcuslorncrXare cornpleliely saiisricdJflif
the public has lake access only at won unanimous approval by the unanimously to grant the exceptionas
boat ramps. "There isn't a facility six members attending the meeting. stated. /\ MiKVKV urr ,

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. Bradford Fair. to Be Bigger, BetterA ,es ITALY

completely remodeled and air- Despite the costly improvements, have been made yet.
conditoned main building, remodeled admission to the fair will remain $1. No plans have been made yet by .! Rou-trsia BECKS BEER]
office and auctioneer's stand, anda The remodeled and improved the Fair Association on what im- ?il MIS
new wash rack for animals will be main building will be available for provements will come next, such as t CM? or. InS, II.OaL&CLIGHT U
55,55 Lola
some of the more noticeable im- community use. But Carver says no remodeling the second fair building, t .HWoII A" DANK
provetments for the upcoming 39th plans such as charges for its use, Carver ]Lf iLC a GV .LIGHT 6 M. 6 M. CASE 6 MN AP
says. ul s
annual Bradford County Fair set 539 1069 ::D"299: 269 1065 399 dT s 1575r.

April 1115. .................................. ',' Mooseheadl'4
The Fair Association has doubledthe I i Colt 45 Ilwalllueesmnzaury
size of the kitchen in the main K"r'r ,. .
Need an Electrician? i MALT LRRIOa fPQ/, f", NEfiULAR a LIGHT
fair building, and remodeled the li BREW REGULAR. lIGHT NON ALCOHOlIC
S1UART 6 MN 6 MM caw
6 MN CASE 6 Ma Ube
tion bathrooms.have been Sheet added rock to the and walls.insula-A Call DAN WAINWRIGHT anw j19 249 171 a 699 199 k :N"rs 775TAYLOR 399sTlOZS1575 O

reduced cathedral insulated ceiling
has been installed. The concrete 964-2236 964-9139
floor is being cleaned and stained,
according to Warren Carver, vice- PLANTERS
36 Years
Experience All TypesE'
president of the Fair Association.The COCKTM. Trices 1iegm. Thursday '

midway will\ be greatly ex- Electrical Work Single and Three Phase PEANUTS/ ,fmdc Sotto. ?frt7t S .''
panded. United Shows has promisedmore 2.89 M a cu '
and bigger rides, VP Carver Reasonably Priced Work "VfofaesdayAprif[ _

:.e..a .
R. Stfi.
says.Rezoning. e; M BtrlngcrC ;

J L O--: lifor"iJJ CtttarsBLANC Wlilten:
from 1A 1Ne 1.79 si1RCAINr' ; d
page 'j.
RHAM IS 3 U 750 ....
J eR/11NE 8LUSH ii9
Wells has leased in KNAaLIN CASE
space theshop- .................. ,. ... wiresA ", 6 OF 1258.85 499
ping center, and will display a single AsE m 4 h.25
automobile in the showroom. Me will
be required to secure a special ex- Sa a SPECIAL PURCHASE! TAY OR LE C R I R A R 1O I

ception to display the car. P %A; CALIFORNIA: :
0 grI
Orian Wells Chevrolet... e eM11NLIINILY Ri urn' 'PILUQ, .YI///I
3 lITER d'2era
Orian Wells Chevrolet is caught in CORDIALS ; : : Dry 750 li..
a similar situation, in needing a 1 and- UN N115"All II A 499"IK LAN, '99
LA' 0.q 41. 50 o. is 35.00
special exception to display a new "' i.
car in Wal-Mart Shopping Center. I COCKTAILS F 1A

Wells has leased space in the .. -.. r _\ Almaden :'
.J; I 99
single +
ping center, and will display a 1LITE I1OZ. BTLS. SAUTERNE WINE
automobile in the showroom. He will t 399 CaBernetWine CASE 22.9
be required to secure a special ex- If you're like most {' Cooler 137S
people, biggest 72.99. .
ception to display the car.Hogan's your
hangups are Y1 ML. ICArE 4-.At Libbcy.t, ong Stems9Corftaif -
Heroes... Kinging around in A FCK 1.99 15.as 2.89 YIE1s J
closet. And today
your 200 M..
The sandwich shop, Hogan's VM-lghl Watchers' Weight Watchers 6 MUL71-FACETED Si
Heroes, will have a sandwich bar, can help you ...v' help you get rid
and offer beer and wine with its get nd of them't rt R; fr of your biggest
menu. In order to sell the beverages, forever. hangups for only$15.
a special exception will be required. Right now you'll

pay just $15 to join the Registration fee . . . $17
Shirley Crum... proven weight loss program Weekly Meeting fee . . U i
Shirley Crum, whose residence is that has helped millions of people lose TOTAL . . ... . $25 s n n ; .
Old millions of pounds. At Weight Watchers, 6 '
on Homes Lawtey Occupations Road, is License seeking to a pounds come off fast with our New JOIN FOR ONLY . . $15 ELET Windsor I ,'wE3ACAftDI Mr H(itiu R. S '
for 1989 Success' Plus, JRfaa
operate a beauty shop in her home. if join Quick now you'll receive Program.FREE %! V CANADIAN Canadian VODKA '
This is routine you YOU' SAVE 40 ARRER -
a procedure and not moneysaving coupons good for discounts i.n urn I = ER mum
expected to draw opposition. r eAae 99 se 49 eASe n.re '._ll
on weekly meeting fees and lseje 12" e O99 F- iMWYIHRM r
VM-ight' Watchers products. 71. e >F It e1.N oP 6 _

Rezoning Application...

Norman J. Owens, who owns and .
old residence at 130 N. Cherry St. is
; ; '
; ,
an RP classification for a Meeting Locations and Times

budding formerly) used for a :::; ( ''JQ'Jnci(1rt 4J,
residence. The RP (Residential- F&ratr '

Professional\) classification will STARKEThe J\ge-- -
allow the house to be used as a First Church CAR lea I.. 7s LL we .

residence. or for professional offices -i 921 East Call Presbyterian Street r Is 695 us DP 1E M 569 { 7 Mjj 79'1 en CM& i2 tuw

A large area adjacent to Madison Mondays 7 pm altil p.e

Street was. classified B-2, (a commercial .ta... ,Wrti
Classification), even though ,
there are some single family dwell- _
ings in the area. Homes In which r n Call now about our1Wferfe
people are living can continued to be = M
j Weight Loss Program.. tfCOrG/ .! d ?'"'
used for dwelling, but once the house .
becomes vacant, it can no longer be1 .C0TO, Ittnt ease .Tsui Tee / a ur. : ,.

used as a residence. A sYL6dAINNY sZ. 'jW W& 1800342155 I p ss.t IT. 7" 2195K 1 69 99
Owens wants to sell the property .
sent l..EAwI.IR.A.R.r Or-Ir w.r i u .1rrNM.I1. r, Oe. rle rwwrrrre
for either a residence or other use, ...r.r n0'' -a..1v MN.AAE --t.-- ..LYY rUr11f16111YFP611 NIDM.DMLLK
and the RP designation seems to be NE.6.1wUOfAINIINWI01,1. K IIIE

the best choice for multiple use.Alex .


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Veteran city commissioner "It has been my goal to help make! '
Charles Schaefer announced March the City of Starke a community in r
21 that he will not seek reelectionthis which we all can be proud to call i4
September."I 'HOME'. r
"It is with deep emotions that I announce
have enjoyed serving the that I will not seek re- r --7
citizens of Starke for a total of 16 election at the end of my term of office h
years. During these years as a city Sept. 30. 1989.
commissioner 1 have received an "I feel it is time for me to retire 'k
abundance of support throughout the from public life and assume the role :. r1i'
city I appreciate all the support as a citizens of the city I call
given and hope that I have been wor- 'HOME'," Schaefer wrote to his r
thy of that support. fellow commissioners. Irk rtl

I German Students. I i }' >

4 : i-rT %
*4yw9 'k AXc
from page 1AGermans with Pam Patterson Irmi Harnoth
with Shannon Elliott, Anja Nier-
can get a driver'slicense mann with Deanna Waters Robert ..
,which costs about$600 at 18. Pelzer with Chris Durban, Kerstin
About 50 percent of German youth Rosee and Gabrielle (Gab!) von 1h'I J '
have carsany car like a VW Rabbit Knobelsdorff with Julie Ferguson U,. t
and .
older .
generally an car.
Michaela (Mickl) Kalscheuer with ...
There is
no speed limit on an Beth McKinney and Ralph Bombis '
autobahn in Germany. In towns a 50 with Scott Duncan. c a
kilometers per hour(about 30 mph) *
The German teacher ,,
limit Is is checked accompanyIng %( '
speed posted.Speed :
and .
the group the organizer of \'
radar the 4
by on polls along the exchange program since 1980 is i
and drivers at
highway, are stopped
Gisela Wachholz who has been
checkpoints.In teaching English and geography Who Will It Be...?
Germanyhmotorlsts drive "flat classes at Bradford High. Meet the 1989 Bradford High School MX.Ugly candidate, variety of projects relating to the Khool'i athletic department Including tie
out is a wreck, An adult couple accompanying the From left to right In front:Chris Durban Cam Ward Jimmy Long Shawn purchase of jacket for letter earner In all school sport except football.
there are no survivors. group are Mr. and Mrs. Meyer- Dlgp. Kevin Crawford.Mark William and Ed Dougla The contest U sponsored by the BIIS All Sparta dub which fund a numberof .
Gasoline costs about twice what it Grel The adults are staying at the .
does in the U.S. Kingsley Lake home of Mr.and Mrs. In the rear Bill Hamilton Brian Kendrlck Shane Bumu and Benny Tyson. fchool related project each year.
In general Germans are not as Guy Andrews,who has accompaniedthe The 1989 BUS Ma. Ugly contest U*et for April 1 at 7:30 p.m.In the BIIS Judge In this year''contest Include Dr.Pete Clanaa,Coach Roland
religious as Americans in Florida, American students to Germanyand auditorium. Admission In $3 and the ticket fund are used to pay for a Cummlng,Mr. Ron Harrto,Mr.Kay Water and Mr.Matt Bryant.
says Ralph Bombis. The church is stayed with the MeyerGrellslast
not the center of town, as here. The summer.
main churches are protestant and Mr.Meyer-Grell nicknamed"The Stephen E. ReaganIs
Roman Catholic. Commander" swims every day in
Another difference says Tom the currently cold Kingsley Lake New County
Stoll, an American citizen who has waters. Republican Chairman WE DO IT LIKE YOU'D DO ITT'
grown up Germany where his father Local organizers of this year's
teaches at the University of Aachen visit are Bobbie Sue and James Stepehen E. Reagan current vice-- -
and who has been here four months O'Brien and Ronney Harris. The chairman and a dairy farm owner in I. ": :
with Bobbie Sue and James O'Brien program originated in 1980 by Ann Bradford County, was elected chair $
is that Germans are not as proud to Whiffen and Wayne Whiffen know- man of the Republican Executive II.,.. ..".'"' :7.i2; Sausage
be Germans,as Americans are to be ing some people who knew Mrs. Committee of Bradford County in \.., .
Americans. The students are awareof Wachholz who is currently makingher May 21 action. BiscuitsTERWILLEGAR'S
Germany's history in WW-II. fourth trip to Bradford County. Reagan succeeds Daniel with coupon
Germany has a built-in 14 percent Some 80 German students have Hildebran who has moved to Marion -
sales tax on goods and clothing, and visited here and not quite the same County. -
7 percent on food. Federal income number of local students have Jay B. Edwards, Sr, hospital administrator
tops out at 52 percent in Germany, visited Germany.Next at Union Correctional u
compared to 33 percent here. summer American studentswill Institution at Raiford was elected
The exchange students, who leave travel to Germany. Start saving vicechairman.Goals .
this Sunday, have had a busy three money, around $1,700, now and of the Executive Committeeover
weeks here. They've visited Disney make plans to go, urges BHS In- the next four years Chairman
World, Cape Kennedy where they structor Ronney Harris,involved for Reagan states is to re-elect the
viewed the shuttle launch the past six years. governor field good candidates for
St.Augustine, Lawtey CorrectionalInstitution The German students are looking local county offices and to continuethe
and have made several forward to meeting the American registration of Republicans in
trips to east coast beaches, managing exchange students in their country Bradford County Jr' '
to get a bit sunburned and ta tin- and showing them their way of life. = S. Temp a Ave. Stare
The German students are gettinga -- i "U.;
fair sample of American family Join the "Yo Yo" Team for Christ
life. Martina Ising is staving with .

Kim Mark Fillyaw Shuford, Thorsten Bernd Winkelmannwith Burbaum t{ Sewing for Souls ,

with Cam Ward Andrea Kalscheuer J
_Ub Items arc created from those yo-yos and

.Reccle., t r,,, -; sold i iq,Lamp! .of.Joans CFunds lbop, .
ISO W. Madison St.
: :;. .
l : ) aroused to hold; opo in nood.rlr.h :
< 'dr 'a +M vp lth" a air r 'P tar i l If

determined until all applications are Anyone or Groups our team.
recieved, (May 1 is the cutoff date). Welcome

Every with a county population and any over municipality 50,000 is- Interested? Call O64-71O9 or 964-5898 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGE

eligible for the grant. Incorporatedtowns -
smaller than 50,000 populationmust
enter into an interlocal agree- 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)
with their county, to be
ment OF THE
counted as population of the county E1 2)) We Install A New Oil Filter

and be included in the grant com- 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis ,

putation. 19 9 5 (D 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant

D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid

Counties be required over to 30,000 provide in populationwill matching 10 MINUTE D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid

funds.The three counties in NRSWA D 7) We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid

are well below that figure and. so no OIL CHANGE.. D 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid
matching funds are required.The
D 9)) We Check and Fill Battery

board y L D 10) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid
NRSWA governing
decided to apply for the grant as a PENN OII/ D 11)) We Wash Your Windshield

regional unit representing the three at "siq L D 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades

counties Union rather Baker than, Bradford as individual and D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the

counties.It The Clay CountyAgricultural : Proper Pressure
was evident that the amount of WorldClass
D] 14)) We Vacuum the Interior
monies available will not
cover the costs of initiating a recycl- Fair Protection--' : D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter -r

ing program. through April 2 L D 16)) We Check Your Breather Element

( .. \, Hwy 16 4 Miles W. of GreenCove Springs OPEN: MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. TIL 5:30 P.M.




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Page 1 TELEGRA March 3D,1989ebiTORiA1S

Bigotry Ran Rampant in Memorable

...r Al Smith vs. Herb Hoover Campaign

The hottest campaign for a presidential
election in the U.S. was undoubtedly! the
Compromise Solution NeededIn one pitting former Governor Al Smith of
New York, the first Catholic to run for the
highest office,against Herbert Hoover,the
New Subdivision RegulationsLike man blamed (rightly or wrongly) for the a
misery 1930S. of the Great Depression of the j

President Bush andIhe Congress Bradford County to a screectiin halt. Almost the entire front page of The

some compromising has to be But everyone has a stake in this: the Telegraph's issue of Nov. 2, 1928 was It

done in the current controversy between realtor, the developer, the property devoted to Smith-Hoover stories in the
and last but not least the Coun- closing days of a world class campaign of
Bradford Commissioners and owner, vituperation and hard feelings.The .
realtor/developers over proposed new ty Commission in whose lap the problem
Telgraph was busy preparing to"flash"
falls when the
subdivision regulations now under ultimately
the election returns on a large
study. homeowner can't get in or out of his pro- movie-type screen erected across the surf

perty. street from the newspaper office, while
Apparently, both sides are agreed and
parking spaces seats for spectatorswere
that something needs to be done in the The new ordinance prohibits develop- offered "on the vacant lot adjoiningThe
matter of reasonable access to the ment of land that is within the 100-year Telegraph office." .

homeowner's property after he or she flood plain, but most homesite pur-- The All-Democratic Club of the County ( t h
has purchased a lot in a subdivision and chasers don't know where the floodplain announced the "wind-up"of the campaignat

built a home on it. That homeowner is is, and some apparently couldn't a meeting set for Monday before the ,

entitled to safe ingress and egress to his care less as long as it looks dry now. election messages on Tuesday.were delivered The final campaign by the

home "come hell or high water", as the In order for the County to accept "Democratic officeholders of Bradford

saying goes. In Bradford County, mostof maintenance of subdivision roads and County"the men who have no hidden

the problems result from high water, streets they must be paved by the motive in asking you to remain loyal to the
of Homeowners are entitled to But the party under which you have lived in peace
course. developer, developers say cost and security since the first assortment of
have dependable service from rural of paying today would make the price of carpet-baggers were routed out of the

mail] carriers and school buses, and thatis lots so high that the average family South".

hard to maintain over the dirt roads could not afford to buy them. Most In somewhat florid language The -

that are prevalent in many subdivisions developers, therefore, opt to put in dirt Telegraph reporter wrote: "Bradford 1928 Presidential Election CampaignWas
throughout the county.Homeowners roads for which they do not assume County has had a second invasion of the a Super Battle Royalsent
same species of verminmen who have no
those not responsibility for maintaining. In a few common Interest in the affairs of this coun-
especially such subdivisions, property owners of the voterswho their ut-
or are
ty doing
familiar with the high water table in have organized a homeowners' associa- most to overturn the Democratic party in campaign is the minister who so far for the welfare of his church and his peo
departs from the of "
most of Bradford County purchase teachings Jesus as to ple.
may tion with a stipulated fee, say$50 a year this county. lay aside the divine work of saving souls
their property during a period of for street maintenance. But this could Republicans countered with a and the preaching of universal
drought or semi-drought, which we create problems if some homeownersjoin morning address by the Honorable Fran brotherhood and love of man to attack a In making his argument for Smith, Con-
have experienced for the past several and their assessment and E. Jennings.In Christian gentleman,a worshiper of Christ gressman Green attacked the high taxes
pay being levied by the Republican ad-
and the Lord according to his conscience.I
years, and be surprised at what hap- some do not choose to do so. another story The Telegraph only hope that the religion of these ministration saying "Three times since
pens to their property when the next predicted that the woman's vote would go ministers is better than their World War I the Democrats in Congresshave
rainy cycle sets in or when a hurricane Most realtors and builders agree that to Hoover from "...thousands of women they can ever untangle the two.politics, favored a reduction of these burdensof
comes along with eight or ten inches of changes are needed to upgrade the sub- who will tear to the polls on election morn- the people in face of stubborn oppositionfrom
division regulations, but maintain "thisis Ing as the kids start off to school. the Republican party,and each time
rain in a 24-hour period. Nothing can be Democratic leaders were predicting
Housework can take care of itself later. these reductions have largely been made
more annoying than having to choose too much, too soon. CommissionerJoe hopefully that Smith would get 60 percentof for the relief of those least able to endure
between being stuck in the mud or Riddick indicated a willingness to In an eloquent speech delivered in the estimated 265,000 total votes cast in the exactions of a Republican fiscal
compromise, saying "We need in- Gainesville, Starke Congressman Lex Florida. But Republicans and so-called policy."
J becoming a prisoner in your own home. your Green pled with voters to support the Hoover Democrats insisted that the vote
put to tell us what you want. Then we'llcome Democratic ticket"from President to Con- would be split the other way.
Apparently, both sides in this matterof to a happy medium." stable." He said the Republican Party"of- What was happening here was happening -
all the
over country, as and
working out reasonable regulationsfor With such an attitude on both sides it American fers a record of agriculture prostrate, Meanwhile, The Telegraph commented bigotry against! Smith, largely because of
shipping destroyed, workmen that
subdivisions in that "There is no stepping around the fact his
are agreement is reasonable to that religious affiliation, prevailed. But
expect a com- without employment, everywhere disgust, that the fight in Florida has been bitter.
changes are needed and should have promise that both groups can live with suspicion and corruption unpunished and Bad feeling has crept into places least ex- despite Hoover's victory nationwide,
Bradford its
County majority vote to
been put into effect years ago. But the will ultimately be reached, though unafraid." pected to find it. A real wedge has been Smith. gave

question iswhat changes, and with neither side will get everything it wants. The Congressman asked voters to driven into many organizations, splitting
what degree of stringency? remember that "during the eight years of them into two factions. In some places Although Hoover could not be blamed for
But that's the way to go. At least the President Woodrow Wilson's administration there are ugly wounds, deep and painful bringing the depression on, he was unableto
Realtors and developers fear that the county will have made a start toward with all the millions expended by a which may not quickly heal with the actualcasting cope with it after it started, and the na-
new subdivision regulations, as presently getting something better than we have Democratic Congress, Democratic of votes. tion plunged deeper and deeper into the
written, could bring development in now. bureaus Democratic officials, not a single slough of despond.
penny was stolen, bribed, grafted or "But there Is yet another weekthe bit- .
misplaced." terest week of the campaign. It is a ques- It was only after the election of Franklin
tion utterly beyond the of D. Roosevelt as President in 1932 that
Guardian ad Litum Program Stories were circulated that if AI Smith those who think comprehension know something emergency measures were put in place to
I was elected, the U.S. would soon be ruled about Florida politics.' create public works jobs for the millions of
by the Pope from the Vatican. Letters unemployed who could not find employ-
Needs from various individuals and organiza- In closing his article, attorney Knight ment.
More Volunteers tions poured into The Telgraph office, wrote: '

castigating the paper for supporting ':It matters not whether a minister be -
Smith, citing his religious beliefs and his for Smith or for Hoover, he should avoid,} Ked; -
; nation that"The
A small group of heroic volunteersare only thing we have to
with invaluable opposition to prohibition.
Help an service to
attempting to preach politics from the fear Is fear itself."
performing a much-needed servicein children who need a friend and protector A strong Smith supporter, Starke at- pulpit, putting his whole time, effort andthought
the county with very little recognitionor call the courthouse switchoard, torney Hollis V. Knight, wrote a two- into politics, and attempting to in- Al Smith, the first Catholic to run for
public awareness. 964-6280 and ask for the column treatise criticizing some ministers fluence the political views of his people. He President, was breaking new ground, but
County Judge'soffice. who openly opposed Smith from the pulpit should shun political misrepresentationand it remained for John F. Kennedy in 1961 to
They are workers in the Guardian Ad Your volunteer efforts will be because of his religion. Knight said: "To falsehoods if he is a true subscriber to be the first Roman Catholic elected as

Litem program in which adult greatly appreciated. my mind the most pitiful thing in the pre- American doctrines and if his first wish is President.

volunteers offer their services to

represent- court and otherwise-

abused and neglected children. State Park Fees Some Florida Congressmen Applicants Needed...

The legal status for the program was The Division of Vocational

provided by the Florida Legislature in Should Be Kept Low Exceed Honori a Allowancegives Labor Rehabilitation and Employment of the Department Securityof of

1978 when laws
were passed requiring
Hundreds of Florida campers are the State of Florida needs ap-
courts to individuals
appoint .
repre- plicants.Do
upset over the proposal to make a
sent abused, neglected, and abandoned healthy raise in the fees levied by the Two Florida Representatives in Con- special interest groups unfair access you know that you may be
children. gress, Sam Gibbons and Bill Young, are to Congressmen. eligible for vocational rehabilitation -
that be
in Tallahassee
powers on services if
52 House members who :
among kept
The increased numbers of children Newly-switched Republican Con-
facilities at the State parks. Their You
protests than $100,000 in honoraria (speaking fees) mental, or
needing such help is due largely to an in- and well be. for gressman Bill Grant of Madison, elected emotional disability and
are strong, might they personal use from 1983 to 1987, accor- for another term on the Democratic ticketin ;
creased number of broken homes where to made Your disability
ding a study by Common Cause. prevents you
Of these under 1988, collected $5,750, according to the
course, charges come from
getting or keeping and
a job
there is only one parent to provide for ;
The citizens watchdog said that report.
the of "user fees" group
of heading and do not There is a good chance after
the needs their children both in and Gibbons
kept $112,691 over the five-year
under the Jacksonville veteran Democrat House receiving vocational rehabilitation
come dirty word of taxes. Buta
outside of the home. Problems period, and Young pocketed $100,200.
tax like has member Charles E. Bennett accepted no services you will get a job.
a rose, just as
associated with the use of alcohol and many Fees for speeches and/or written ar- honoraria during the five-year period. For more information call
other drugs, as well as financial problems thorns under any other name. ticles by current members of the House Other Florida Congressmen accepting no 964-2037, or go by the office at 1250

contribute to a growing trend One long lament over the new fee totaled $15.4 million during the period in honoraria were Republican Michael Andrews Circle, Suite D, Starke.
toward child abuse and neglect. schedule came from a Boy Scout leader question, the study disclosed. Bilirakis Nelson of of Palm Melbourne.Harbor and DemocratBill Office Monday-Friday.hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

who said his Troop would be hard hit to Common Cause said the House
Guardians Ad Litem appointed
are by
Democratic and Republican leadership,
the court, after careful screening, and pay a fee of $2 per night, per Scout, to average, kept$118,259 in honoraria-more on
receive in-house training before being camp out at Fort Clinch State Park. than 2V4 times as much as the $45,700

assigned to cases, which they in- "There's no way our Troop can spend average fees kept by other members. Forestry in Bradford CountyTrees

vestigate, often by visits to the home in- $100 for camping privileges for a House members are permitted to
volved, and then report to the court. weekend trip, the Scoutmaster said. receive up to$2,000 for each speech or arti- vs TrashThe
And Scout leaders aren't the only ones cle, and may keep up to 30 percent of their
Although a guardian may work along complaining. Letters have been pouring annual $89,500 salary in honoraria. famous poet Joyce Kilmer once the woods as nature's landfill. It Isn't bad
with a state-employed case worker, the into Anything over that limit must be turned laid'"I think that I may never see a poemlovely enough that this dumping occurs, but it
guardian files individual recommendations the Division of Parks and Recrea- over to charity. as a tree!" Today the poet would often occurs on property unprotected by an

in each case and follows through to tion from all over. Critics of the honoraria system argue also agree that the forests and woods of the out-of-town landowner.Many of these lan-
The idea of that it creates South have beauty because of the many downers take personal pride In their forest
see that the court's orders as they af- higher fees originatedwith potential for conflicts of in- trees living there. or woods, oe disgraced by
fect the child, are carried out. Judge Tom Gardner, director of the terest and creates a perception that it someone's thoughtless act.
Pierce that the on-site reports of Department of Natural Resources, who There is something that is ruining our
says woods here in Bradford Countydid you Residents of Bradford County we need
guardians, made after visits to the argues that $100 million is needed for know that? No, its not fire, or flood, land to start considering alternatives for
home, are very helpful to the court in basic improvements at state parks. No clearing or home development) It's garbage disposing our garbage- properly] I For
making an informed decision. doubt he s right. But other ways shouldbe J( ;Letters and the people who dump IU! those of you who may be guilty of this trash

Volunteers broad found by a little budget shifting in ., Traveling from place to place in this dumping. I understand that a local gar
may cover a spec- wouldn't far bage company needs a place to dump-
Tallahassee, rather than saddle the ad- 'J county you go before someone's
trum of age and qualifications. They a trash dumping would bow about in YOUR front yard? This is a
may range in age from the 20s to 70s, ditional cost on campers and youth greet you. Although trash dumping has problem that must be solved by everyonenot -
and educational backgrounds may in- groups for whom the parks were largely Careless Talk been happening around here for years, just state, county, and city govern-
clude high school graduates or those created in the first place. If they are Accused of Damaging since the$75 garbage assessment, it continues ment. We need a major recycling movement
not only by citizens, but also
priced out of reach of Boy Scout Troopsor to get worse.It .
who hold college degrees. The best Lives of ChildrenTo manufacturers of disposable products. Someone
large families in the low income isn't bad enough that human
qualifications, however, are good com- beings has to force this Issue.
bracket, they have defeated their pur- Whom It May Concern: build monstrous piles of garbage, called
mon sense, a children, and a landfills. No, we also have to litter our The other night while watching the
desire to help them in their time of need.If pose. The Investigation of the death of Meghan highways, waterways and fill the woods "Wizard of ();c" the trees came alive to

you meet these simple re- Come on, you bureaucrats and Renaud has affected the lives of many people with unsightly trash.Did you know that the fight off an apple thief. This wouldth be agreat
,especially the ones who live in the cure for trash the
area human is the ONLY creature this
the kids being on
break I
quirements and feel you would like to politicoesgive a _. In which she lived. earth that dumps trash in his own woodsto scare the pants off of these
thoughtless individuals. But
The children who rode the bus with her backyard? that this 11 impossible. Let's, we all know

have been questioned by the Sheriff's Office Maybe burning garbage Is not such a together and truly make ALL of Bradford
hoping to shed some light on her bad solution, If people continue treating County grow more beautiful everyday.In .
disappearance. Because of this simple
4 questioning, some of the children have
miliijf been accused by other children of being In- rT Ulf a txL tS
: p4. volved in her death.While the Sheriff's Office "
is just looking for facts and tTf1E/ MOQEX? t,
background Information,the children's active r
imaginations are running rampant. rf
TION r.wl.n. I Just wish that people would stop and
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at think about the damage they are doing to
these people's lives by their talking
the Post Office at Starke. young
under Act of March 3, 1879. without knowing what. they are talking

Phoo 944-4305 Subscription Rote In Trade Area: $14.00 per year:$8.00 six months about. In the 19th century Karl Waetzel.an Austrian Invented a machine whh
P.O.Drawer A; Stark. Florida Outside Trade Area: 15.00 per year; $8.50 six months.+ Concerned Citizen*Mother which one man could play Instruments..1 he pinominlco as he named '
Sandra Mosley Sumiwon City It. numbered 150 flag.oleta,150 flute BO oboe. 18 trumpets fanfares, .,
3 drums and 2 kettledrum

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Starke Elementary. .. in six weeks the SES cafeteria as will follows be held:

''rugs. An order form will be sent THURSDAY, Mar. 30:
Families I Against Drugs... home next week for those who wish Kindergarten First and Second
BELLS ARE RINGING! "Just Say No Week" is May 7-13. to order t-shirts. grades,8:15: to 10:20: a.m.; FRIDAY
T-shirts will be sold for $5 each. All Awards Assemblies. Mar. 31: Fifth, Third, and Fourth
proceeds will go to Families Against grades, 8:15: to 10:20: a.m.
.. ...> . . .*-.. .u Awards... .assemblies. .... .for.the..fourth. .. . . .. .. .. .. ...

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Marry April 8 .. Starke Amoco t
The wedding of Miss Elizabeth i
Kennerly Ramsay of Atlanta, .
daughter of Mr.&Mrs.Ernest Cana- .
.. day Ramsay of Stone Mountain,Ga., .. Located at the Corner of Walnut & US 3O1 S. ..
and Neil Gerard Poland of Atlanta, ris .
1\ son of Mr.&Mrs.Paul Lee Poland of .
; .vMelissa Kingsley Lake, will be held Satur- 964-4413
day,April 8 at 8 p.m. in Holy Trinity :' .
Episcopal Church in Decatur Ga. r r .

I .. I Batteries I Marine :
Couple HonoredAt .. 495Ba
Engagement Party
4 rt -
I { Gregory Alvarez and Stephanie '-E :
\ Thornton were honored guests at a Lawnmower .
party celebrating their engagementand 2495 "\
approaching marriage.The .
Starlingand Batteries /:
party was hosted by ---
James Schoening Gregory parents, Rev. & Mrs. TyffanyGrilfis&ThorWishartGriffisWishart
Roman Alvarez at their Bayless :
home. Marine Batteries 95 ,
StarlingSchoeningEngagement Hwy. 5 2
ToldMr. bride-elect's Attending parents guests ,included Mr. & Mrs.the : Deep Cycle / 5a

& Mrs. Charles G. Starling of Donald Thornton, Sr., and brothers To Wed April : / :
Lawtey announce the engagementand and sisters of the honored couple and .
of their friends. Mr. & Mrs. Doyce A. Griffis of
forthcoming marriage
& Lube
daughter Freda Melissa, to James Starke announce the engagementand Oil Change :
Norman:Schoening,son of Mrs.C.L. 50th approaching marriage of their I
Toonk of Starke and H.L.Schoeningof Anniversary daughter, Miss Tyffany Suezette, to 19.95 :
Thor Daniel Wishart of Gainesville T
Jackson, Mich. Celebration Planned _
The bride-elect will be a 1989 BUS For the BrownsMr. son Charlie of Ann Wishart Lewis of Brandon.of Branford & /Q ..
and is JamesR.
employed by
.Flynn,P.A.of Starke.The groom- & Mrs. Olbert Brown will be The wedding will be held April 8 at :
to-be is a 1984 graduate of Bradford celebrating their 50th wedding an- 5 p.m. at Lake Forest Baptist AMOCO AmOCf OC05w40 .
High School and is employed by the niversary on Saturday, Apr. 8 from Church in Gainesville. All friends .
Reception Medical Center in Lake 2-5 p.m. at the home of Mr. & Mrs. and relatives are invited to attend. m olnN ..
The bride-elect is employed by
Butler. Doyle Thomas on Morgan Road. --
University of Florida.The -- \ .
All friends and relatives are in- groomtobe -
The wedding is planned for August .
is employed by Dearhaven of
vited to attend. I
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.....MuseHoenigEngagementToldS !'MStej;. people connectRACE '
,,' !' ; "nriub\ :a; MI-; : : : ,OI ,
M'r. &'Mrs.. 5.D.; Muse of Lawteyannounce _
the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their j
daughter, Susan Elaine, to Richard
James Hoenig, son of Mr. & Mrs.
Adrian Hoenig of Blavvelt, N.Y.
The bride-elect is a 1980 graduateof
Bradford High School.The groom-
to-be is a 1985 graduate of Rockland DRIVER SOUPS UP PHONE
Community College and is employedby
the BMW Corp.
The wedding will be an event of
April 22 at 4 p.m. at the Grace
United Methodist Church in Lawtey. WITH CUSTOM CALLING PACKAGE
The ceremony will be performed by
the Rev. Don Denton. A receptionwill
follow at the Lawtey Pistol
Range. All friends and relatives are
invited to attend. ,1 < tJi" t.Z/: : f,, '
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same time'with ,

Sherra Mott
and James Allen F 7 t THREEWAYCALLING ,

Mott-Allen Announce -

Engagement, WeddingMr.

& Mrs. Kenneth K. Mott announce
the engagement of their 't
daughter Sherra Deann, to JamesE. s
Allen, son of Mrs. Dama Lou '
Adds extra
Craft Mimi and John Allen of Brandon,

The bride-ei". graduated from
Bradford High School in Starke and 4f with
William Carey College in Hat. 4 to dialing
tlesburg. The groom-to-be \
graduated from Brandon Academy '
In Brandon, Miss., Mississippi State SPEED CALLING
University in Starkville, Miss., and T- -
Louisiana State University in Baton ,
Rouge La. He is a currentlyemployed !
by the University of s 1
Florida School of Forest Resourcesand

Conservation wedding Is in planned Gainesville.The Westside'Baptist for .Friday -\' y= Call CENTEL for details

July 21 at 8 p.m. at I
Church In Gainesville. <
= about convenient '

ThorntonAlvarez'Engagement __ .. I

ToldMr. :. TOUCH-CALL andy

& Mrs. Donald Thornton,Sr.,' j
and I
announce the engagement approaching
marriage of CUSTOM CALLING
daughter Stephanie, to Gregory ,.
Alvarez,son of Rev.&Mrs. Roman IteR ,
Plalll for a fall wedding are being'
made and the date will be announcedlater. i


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Showers. New Arrivals......S.....'....................... VFW Electing Officers Apr. 4 of Foreign
The Bradford County Memorial Post 1016 of the Veterans
Showers Honor ...Erica Beulah GowensMr. Mrs. Elbert E. Gowens of Lawtey. Wars will hold their nomination and election of Post officers at the regular
Maternal grandparents are business meeting in the Post home on Tuesday Apr. 4 at 7 p.m.
Rhonda Alvarez & Mrs. Jeffrey W. Gowens of Great-grandparents Ira E. Gowens of are Mr. & Mrs. Patricia P. Jones of Starke and the Also scheduled Is a discussion concerning incorporation of the Post and
And Russ Starke announce the birth of a Jones of Ft. Lauderdale.Lawtey and Eli late Melville C. Bass. possibly a bond Issue. All members are urged to attend. Eligible veterans
MiscallyRhonda daUghter Erica Beulah born March Paternal grandparents are Mr. & requesting to join the Post are asked to bring their DD214 showing proof of
Sue Alvarez and Russ 18 at Alachua, General Hospital. Mrs. Sherman Newman of Hampton. foreign service.
Miscally,Jr.,were honored at a cou- Erica weighed 8 Ib.9 oz.,and is named ...Michael .
ple shower on Friday, Feb. 24 at the for her late greet.great-aunt. Timothy Bass ?
Brownlee Rd. home of Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Beulah Johnson. Melanie P. Bass and Timmy Want a Good Deal
Marty Gotts. Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Newman
announce the birth of a
Several couples enjoyed the timeof Mrs. A.R. Johnson Jr of Starke. son, Michael Timothy, born Feb. 26
fellowship and fun. Delicious Paternal grandparents are Mrs. at Jacksonville Naval Hospital. Try Our Classifieds
refreshments were served Gwen Gow'nsIf' mii-\+ and Mr &
throughout the party hours. The : A-
wedding couple received many
useful gifts.
Mr. &Mrs. Gotts were assisted by
their daughters in hosting this af

fair. Ski nrie |( D ee f n etfi Beef Beef
Mrs. Diane Moody gave a 'come... ; USDA Choice
and bridal shower her home 8
go' at on t $ 9
Feb. 28 for Rhonda Sue Alvarez and

Marie Russ Miscally.Cohostesses Thornton. for Geraldine this event Tomlin-were fAMILY PACK

son Carolyn Sapp Martha Myrick,
Lucille Johns Joyce Moody Bar-
bara Norman Jenny Strickland,
Shirley Moore Joyce Hutcheson, CUBE
Leona Whitehead Charlotte Dur- ,11III
rance and Linda Gaskins.
Over sixty guests attended this Lb.,
miscellaneous shower.The spacious
home was decorated at vantage
points with the bride's chosen colorsof
dusty pink and mauve. Many L STEAK
beautiful gifts were received and
displayed for all to see.
Prices in this ad good thru
Miss Dana Bowen hosted a bridal
shower on March 7 at her home, Sunday, April 2, 1989.
assisted by co-hostesses Melissa
Starling and Pam Thornton.
The teenage friends of the bride

enjoyed prizes Refreshments were several awarded and games finger to the foods at winners.which were e OrT h01 e Beef iBaa. pfiik; Or White : .

served. .*.
A Bridesmaids' Luncheon was ass 1 1AST
given March 4 by Mrs. Pat Baldwin, C
assisted by Kelly Baldwin, Betty

the Hildebrand home of and Mrs.daughter Pat Baldwin.Nancy at f 4s H FR FiteSfi flaifcla i i

Attending this gala affair were $ 0
Rhonda's bridesmaids along with
Rhonda's mother, Mrs. Julia 4 OcX O
Alvarez and Russ's mother, Mrs.
Judy Miscally, and grandmothers, '
Mrs. Bernie Jackson and Mrs. Edith

Griffin.A delicious. luncheon served by the m o&o ashington State
hostesses was enjoyed by all.

Lb TM Red Or Golden

-q suNs
Group Meeting ,

Come join the Young at Heart of Fresh Jumbo
the First Baptist Church for their &MI Fresh
regular monthly meeting next
Thursday, Apr. 6 at noon in the GREENBROCCOLI
fellowship hall. Lunch will be provided GREEN
by the church.


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DAR, Elbert Chapter Holly FarmSGrade '

1$1 .. 8ge. .
Meeting Apr. 3 ALEG 4 W + r
The Col.Samuel Elbert Chapter of ''Lbs.fl
the NSDAR will meet at 2 p.m. on ,
Monday Apr. 3, at the home of Mrs.
David R.Taber, Jr.,285 N.W. Berea
Ave., Keystone. r :

Corinne Program Thornton.Church speaker. will be Mrs. QUARTERS MilkwaukeeLb Old Dietocoke Washington State: II I I

Beer Cherry Coke II I

News... 24/12 OzCans Coke Classic] ) ANJOU t I I

5 9 4 ) z 85 = r PEARS =

Gospel Church SingThe of God 3tl 7 39 Liter r 4))

l V
ra Sprite
Church of God of Prophecy,
Inc.,2138 N. Temple Ave.,will havea Diet Sprite ,,
Gospel sing this Saturday night 79J
4/1, at 7:30: p.m. Everyone is Lifer 95 <>
welcome. Guest singers will be the
Howell Family.Pleasant .

Grove Meth. n
Rendering Services MwJftA1frTh1i1

Pleasant Grove United Methodist
Church will render service on Sun-
day, 2 at 3 p.m. Rev. Leroy
Davis Aril, will be guest speaker.The 44 Oz. Treesweet 5 Oz. 4 Pack VanillaChocolateChocolate /
4.5 Oz.Buttermilk
public Is Invited to attend. UnsweetenedGRAPEFRUIT I 1 Lb. Quarters


Tent RevivalAt PUDDING CUPS r- .

from Dr.Hope an Hope April Gene Baptist old:2-7 fashioned Baptist at Coons Church 7:30 p.m.will tent will Church be be revival having the 99c e9 6/99/ : tt 3/990/

Evangelist, with Rev. Mike Roddy -- 11
as Music Evangelist. A nursery will ''' '
be provided. Pre-service music will
begin each night at 7 p.m.
Hope Baptist Is located 4 miles I 64 -CapsPride 7 Oz. Elbow Macaroni Or Long 5 Lb. Frozen French'Fries 20 Oz. Apple/Cherry
North of Keystone on Hwy. 100. Spaghetti I

Bradford School Elem.Apr.&Menus 3-7 Middle School }t ""Q99c. [ 3/99c/ ( $13911Dt$119

apple Monday crlip i ef-a-ronl hot rolla,chew milk.TuMdavi sUt,cabbage law, .I'

bean,brownie Whaler,milk.on. bun, french fries, green -
Wednesday Hamburger gravy, raaahed ----.. -I.-
potato**, turnip greens, iweet potato pie, L
biaculla,milk. : j
cake.Jk.Taeo pie,buttered corn fruit topped __

Friday Manager Bradford choice High day.School 100 Ct. 15 Oz. Hunt's 6.5 Oz. Reg./Lightly Salted

fruit MewUjrt erlap Beef-hot.rolls.nnl,milk.chew' : slit garden salad LIPTON TEA BAGSTOMATO SAUCE WISE POTATO CHIPS
Tuesday Corndog macaroni Ir cheese' field
gravy W.dr.ayFried, miajlard; greena chicken, 1""wberrJ.II.,mashed potatoes.*, ,
biaeulta.miIILnandl" $249 2/89c/ 9ge ,
: Lasagna cabbage alaw fruit cup,
brownie/ hot roll,milk.
t Friday Manager choice day.
Che-Mburgera, puna, french I....,
j O J.,milkshake..
Tuesday. Hlmburl..Jop.,pizza,french

'"frlee mllkahake, .,mllbhakHIm.. .........., piss, french frlea 111 / 1 1 / '

Thursday milkshakes.: : Hamburger,eorndof,french tries,

Friday Hamburger, comdoa, french tries,
t mUkanake Each day etadnU O.J. hors.ckel.eta hat leach.
salad here r.-........


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March 30.1989 TELEGRAPJI Page 7A

I [ Legal Notices r
WILLENE H., GRIFFIN, the holder of the .'': CASE NO. 89-119-CA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH hand following certificates has filed sold certificates IN RE: The Petition of LAWTEY Suwannee River Economic Council Inc.,announces the following dates
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Marc and seal of this for deed for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and in-
FOR BRAD court on 6, 1989. a tax to be Issued VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, INC., a
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA thereon The certificate numbers and Florida Non-Proflt Corporation, for come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee
CASE NO. 88-523-CA HON. RAY NORMAN years of Issuance, the description of the DissolutionTO River Economic Council Inc.
KEYSTONE STATE BANK, a Florida bank- Jtchg 3/9-30 Clerk of the Court property, and the names In which It was ALL CREDITORS AND ALL PERSONS Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card.
Ing corporation, Control 001 assessed are as follows: HAVING CLAIMS OR./ DEMANDS You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or .
Plaintiff Certificate No. 114 AGAINST SAID NON.PROFIT CORPORATION either of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.
va Year of Issuance 1986Description : Distribution site and dates are as follows:
JACK hit W FAGAN and ANNE Y. FAGAN, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO of Property: LOT 3, Blk 2 In You and each of you are hereby APRIL 10-21: STARKE: SREC Outreach Center. 134 E. South Street,
wife; RICHARD J.GAWLEY, a>lurvlvSS REGISTER Gahagan Subdivision, Section 21, notified that a petition for dissolution 9:00 am-4.n.m.
trustee of GAWLEY CONSTRUCTION FICTITIOUS NAME Township 6 South, Range 22. Parcel has been filed In this cause and you are
COMPANY a dissolved Florida Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Number 2567. required to present any claims and
21; ROBERT D. REIFEL' ; HERBERT corpora. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Name In which assessed: CHERRY IEN- demands which you and either of you
CRAMER; BRADFORD COUNTY, undersigned, Charles Garrard, 1501 E. NON AND WILLENE HILL GRIFFIN.All may have against LAWTEY VOLUNTEER
FLORIDA, A Political Subdivision ol the Call Street, Stark., sole owner, doing of sold property being In the Coun. FIRE DEPARTMENT INC., a Florida nonprofit Personal Representative: LAMP OF JESUS
State of Florida and business' under the firm of corporation, by filing the JOAN T. ROGERS
; TORODE OIL COM- name of Lawtey ty Bradford, State of Florida. same In CRAFTCONSIGNMENTTues.Sat.
PANY, Satellite Systems, HoNV. 301, Lawtey, Unless such certificate or certificate thl.cause In the office of the Clerk of the 1304 Searing Street
Defendant. Florida 32058, :Intends to register said shall be redeemed according to law the Circuit Court In and for Bradford County, Starke. Florida 32091 ( 10-5:30)
NOTICE OF ACTION fictitious name under the aforesaid property described In such certificate or Florida, on or before the 30th day of Personal Spring is Blooming
TO: JACK W. statute. April, 1989 otherwise the Representative:
FAGAN and ANNE Y. certificates will be sold to the highest ; petition EDMOND
FAGAN, fill wife, residence unknown, Dated this 23rd day of March, 1989, In bidder at the courthouse FRONT door on heretofore filed In this cause will be Route D.TENLY 1, JR. a Spring Basket Variety
but whole last Bradford granted. Box 987 e Homo Grown Frozen Blueberries
known County.
moiling address Is the 20th day of April, 1989. Starke, Florida 32091
P.O. Box 376, Flagl.r Beach, Fl. 32036. 4lpd 3/23-4/13 Doted this 10th day of March, 1989. Dated at Starke, Florida, this 27th day 2tchg 3/23-30
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action to Control 019 Clerk of Circuit Court of March, 1989. Control 025 For More Information, Call
foreclose a mortgage on the following Of Bradford County Florida CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF 064-7100964-5898
property In Bradford County Florida PUBLIC AUCTION Control 0007 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Tract 14 and the West 3 acres of Tract: NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon 4tchg 3/16-4/6 JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR.
13 of an unrecorded plot of GENEVA the, April 3, 1989 at 10:00 o'clock A.M.. Johnny R. Jobbs jr., P.A.
WOODS, being more undersigned, Gator Fr.g tway., Post Office Drawer 938
described as follows: particularly Inc.,will sell at public auction for cash at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Stark., Florida 32091 STARKE ALIVE
A 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, ((904)) 964.5700
parcel of land situated In the Northeast EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
eon lot of e/ware, consigned to Don
One Quarter of the Southwest BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Itchg 3/30
One Quarter of Section 29, Nachtman, Atlantic Beach, Fla.; CASE NUMBER 89-14.CP Control 029
Township 8 'one lot of lamp, consigned to Sun City
South, RenovationJuBUee
22 DIVISION 1-4009
Range East, Bradford County, :
Center, Sun City, Fla.;
Florida said IN RE The Estate of
; :
parcel being more IN THE CIRCUIT
particularly 'one lot of garlic powder consigned to COURT FOR BRADFORD
as followsCommence : McCormick 4 Co., Norcross, Ga.; COUNTY, FLORIDA
at a concrete monument at Cone 'lot of hygiene douche, consignedto PROBATE DIVISION
the Northwest corner of said SW 1/4 and Sams Wholesale Club, 8120, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Case No. 89-47-CP
run South 8926'I2 East, along the North Tallahassee, Fla. administration of the Estate of File 1-4041
line of sold SW 11..a distance of 1356.03 to satisfy freight and storage charges, CONSTANCE ELIZABETH JENKINS, IN RE: Estate of
f..t to a concrete monument on the under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Deceased, File No. 89-14-CP, Is pending LOUISE W. TENLY,
Easterly right of way line of a county Uniform standard Bill of Lading. In the Circuit Court for Bradford County, Deceased.
graded rood; thence run South 0003.24"West Gator Freightways,Inc.Carrier. Florida, Probate Division, the address of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
along said Easterly right of way which Is Bradford County Courthouse, Administration of the May 6th
line 1328.15 feet to a concrete 0145042502OS2863 P.O. Drawer B, Starke, Fla. 32091. The Estate of
monument LOUISE W.
and the point of beginning; thence dtd 11/28/88 name and address of the personalrepresentative Number 89-47-CP.TENLY Is pending Deceased In the File Circuit Shriners Parade
continue South 00003'24' 10.93286 and the personal
along Court for Bradford
feet told Easterly right of way line 679.33 Pro. 830482 below.representative's attorneys are set forth Probate Division, the address County of which Florida Is Craft Show & Square Dance!
to a concrete monument; thence run 2tchg 3/23.30 Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
South 89M9'IS" East 7"0.10 feet to a con Control 018 Interested persons are required to Florida, 32091. The name and address of Come One Come All!
crete monument; thence run North file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS the personal representative and of the Sponsored by DMA & C of C
0003'24" .
East 412 00 feet to a concrete personal representative's
monument; thence run North 89.9'15"We" NOTICE: ((1))all claims against the estate set forth below. attorney ore
251.27 feet; thence run North NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and ((2)) any objection by an Interested Alllnt.rest.d persons are required to
OQOQ324" East, 267.33 person to whom this notice was mailed file
feet, thence run REGISTER with the Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
North 89*49'15" West, 488.83 feet to the FICTITIOUS NAME that challenges the validity of the will, FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
point of beginning; sold tract being Tract Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida the qualifications of the personal PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)I) all DEXTER CAFEGOURMET
No. ,14 and the WEst 3.00 acres of Tract Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the this representative, venue or jurisdiction of claims against the estate and ((2)) any objection
'13 as shbwn on an unrecorded map by undersigned, ROBERT MAY, Rt. 1, Box by an Interested person to whom
Joseph' G. Knopp, Surveyor, dated 622 lake Butler, Fl.32054 and MICHAEL NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER notice was mailed that challenge the
September 14, 1978; said parcel contain A. HONOUR, P.O. Box 113 Ralford, Fl. BARRED. validity of the will, the qualifications of
ing 10.00 acres more or less, 32083, joint owners, doing businessunder Publication of this notice has begun on the personal representative, venue orlurl.dlctlon
has been Iliad against you and you are the firm name of MORASS 4x4, March 30, 1989. of the Court.
required to serve a copy of your written 301 South, Starke, Florida 32091 Intendsto Personal Representative: ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
defenses, if any, to It on PAUL D. register said fictitious name under the ACHAN JENKINS SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Something Special in
NEWELL, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address aforesaid statute. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Date of the first publication of this Salads Sandwiches
Is Post Office Box 1369, Keystone Dated this 28th day of March, 1989 In : notice of administration: March 23, 1989 Hoagies
Heights, Florida 32656 on or before Bradford County. Attorney for Personal
Davis A Meadows, P.A.
March 30, 1989, and file the original with 4lpd 3/30-4/20 Attorneys for Petitioner RepresentativeRICHARD : I L 964-9071 ,
the clerk of this E. WELTY
court either before service ..408W. University Ave., Suite 601
Plaintiff, 954 N. Temple Avenue
on attorney or immediately Gainesville, Fl. 32601
thereafter; otherwise a default will be ((904)) 376-1100 P. O. Box 995 Located by Fashion Stop, 301 N.,
entered Starke, Flo. 32091
against you for the relief
2tchg 3/30./6
demanded Florida Bar 144625 Across from High School
In the complaint! ((904)) 964.8050

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Straight A Students from the 4th and 5th grades at James llankerson, Emily 1I.II.tlI'Y.Ii'h.III': O'Slren,
Sl.uke Elementary School, for the third six weeks ,.... I ,, .... ...
Amanda Welch and Drew VVaiimi'itfht. z:::11& a ..I..r.r 'ICI'. 'r. I.... -
grading period ore: Fifth graders in back row are: Heather Williams l '...
V rtured from left to right, front row: Bruce Mattox. Krlsty Larsen Angela Ci iffi--., Christina C'owart and Starke Elementery Straight A's...
Jason Thompson, Angela Milliard i Surika: Patel and Kenee Clemons.
Lindsay Uoodfin. Absent was Shaun Burgin. Starke Elementary students In the second grade mak- Luke, Jenifer Rountree, Kristen Wainwright, Landon
:.Middle row: Nakisliu Williams, Amanda Rakken, Ing strainght A's for the third six weeks grading period Cason and Jason Prevatt.
are: Third row: Lorraine Curtner. Marie Blackburn,
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.h Front row, (I to r): Will Hartley, Hope Paterson Brian Kelly and Carrie Forsyth.
Students Angela Ray and Nlchole Miller. Back row: Morgan Fill Gristle Gotts, Nanry
I Second row: Catherine Vickery, Shital Patel Erin Hilnebrand, Emily. _Sellers.II.ttt1\tacy Stephens.
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Students have won the Congres- i aossr s

sIOnal District Map Competition for 'dir. T _I 1 ,
the 18 county 2nd Congressional 5, : + ;
District of Florida, at judging at
Tallahassee last weekend. March 1 l li
4th and 5th.Jimmy .
Parado and Heather Safer,
trom Mrs. Becky Jones' Social l
Studies class, have spent the fast
t two months completing a map 0 -
i niter) States as it was in 17117The
project is part of the ongoing '
Bicentennial Celebration that : /
started in l'J7fi\ the 2'M< )year anniver
sary of the 'Declaration of Independence M -- -0-
and will end in 1991!)! Starke Elementary Straight A's.----

commemorating the inaugural of Students in the third grade at Starke Elementary Mahoney, Renae Morgan Diptl I'atel, Matthew
the Bill of Kights School making straight A's In the third six weeks Pusaterl, Emily Wheeler and Jessica Wilkinson.
Sponsors of the project are the National yl grading period are: Third row: Travis Crew. Adrienne Padgett, Carrie
Bicentennial Commission und Front row (I to r): Brianne Gill, Chris Kinney, Thompson, Richard Tyler and Kelll Williams. .
the National Geographic Society Crystal Melvin, Tiffany Ratliff Kim Pharis Regina Back row: Sekennla Bell. Ginnie Campbell, Ryan
who furnished the base map. Wright, Stephanie Matiyasic and Ted Curtis. Faulkner, Heather Jarvis, Vanessa Norman and Jef-
The base map was printed on Second row: Keisha Hampton, Brandt Jones, Morris fery Sellers.
heavy parchment paper in outline 1
form, with topographic features

located. ..._ This ad in 1936
The finished map depicts the early rMap ran a Telegraph.The .

geography and history of the United Competition Winners...
States. Rivers, mountain ranges, more things change, the more they stay the
early colonies, revolutionary battles Jimmy Parado and Heather Safer, above, Bradford Middle School
and other noteworthy events were students, have won the Map Making competition in the 18 county 2nd Congressional same. We couldn't improve the copy. -
located and illustrated.The District of Florida. Judging was done at Tallahassee March
4th and 5th. State Judging Is scheduled for next month. ) rt .: represents more than SO( .
map r.- ..' /i .- -- <*,'fA1 tar "
hours of work by the students. It 1 : b 6 -' AMlM'l JM was ,,,. .. ,"i : l .,.)|';
a viii
hand painted. Rivers were painted
with liquid blue glitter, red and blue pie, a Conestoga Wagon at the district winner. At the state WhafD You NeedIn
sequins represent scenes of Revolutionary Cumberland Gap, a liberty bell at level, a $500 award is set, and the na-
War battles, a gold sequin Philadelphia, windmills for Dutch tional winner will receive $5,000, for
represents Washington, D.C. and settlements in New York, a classroom use only.
brown and gold glitter for mountain Seminole tepee at Tallahassee, a
ranges. gator at Gainesville, a bulldog in Statewide judging is scheduled for Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery?
Up to 100 hand drawn illustrations Georgia denoting the early British next month,and the map will be sent
were placed in proper locations on settlements in the colonies. to California for judging at the na- (Don't tell us yoq don't need ANYTHING!)
the map depicting events and condi- The school district will receive a tional level following state competi-
tions as they were in 1787. For exam- check for $100 for classroom use, as tion.


I School Board Meets at Brooker ElementaryThere For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub
Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon

will be no funding or zoning small would not be fair ritory rights of competing telephone more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking
changes at Brooker Elementary for None of the alternatives availableto companies. work of art-get away from the scratch pads.
the 89-90 school term,Supt.Jim Dun- increase enrollment at Brooker Brooker Mayor Gene Melvin pad variety. .
can said Monday night March 20, seem to be satisfactory at this time, asked the board to supply a light at ,
when the School Board made its annual so no changes are being planned at the ball park, at the concession ADDING MACHINE RIBBONSOf
visit. present, the superintendent said. stand on school property, since the ENVELOPESSure
Noting that the enrollment at The Brooker area is a nogrowtharea city could not legally provide it. The course you knew we carried type
Brooker Elementary School is only of the county, so enrollment is school park and playground is
buy them already stamped writer ribbons but what about the adding I
124 students, and that the costs of not expected to increase in Brookerat available to the public and used during you can
overhead for small schools is comparable all in the forseeable future. non-school hours.Legislative from the Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the paper -I
to larger schools, it is about as much personality and individuality rolls upon which you add up to see
therefore more costly per pupil to Physical Plant... Help...? as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone
operate the school in Brooker than School Principal Bill McRae A bill is being prepared for Introduction Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did
other schools in the county said outlined several needs for the boardto in the State Legislaturethat n't have to pay the ones they send you.
Superintendent Jim Duncan to an consider for the next school year. would attempt to equalize funding
assembly of Brooker residents The school, built in 1965, still to the counties..
teachers and staff Monday night, has the original roof. After a freeze STATEMENTSSome
March 20, at the Brooker Elementary SECOND SHEETSNo
followed by a rain, there are nine
School (BE). specific leaks. When it rains in At present, counties In low cost of business houses stopped sending
A series of special School Board warm weather, only two Fortunately living areas such as Bradford, get these out during the depression, but the use to buy expensive papers when
meetings is being held throughoutthe most rains come with warm only about 95 percent of the base ap- time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you) do
county at the community weather before the cold, he says. propriation o2,20ope r child from expect a fair return on your investment Ina need the best we can furnish watermarked
schools, so the board may become Another problen is the heating the state. Larger and higher living bond in all sizes-even that extra long legal .
familiar with specific needs and cost areas 107 three cent stamp. We have a very special -
and air conditioning. "Neither heator may get percent. size that you can never borrow front:
specific problems of each school, air is up to snuff," says McRae. Bradford county receives about 25 price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin
and to gather community input to The school still has the original roof percent less per child than the for making
help address those problems.BE top air conditioners,and under themis richest county, the Superintendentsaid. copies.
capacity is 150. To increase the source of some of the roof '
enrollment by rezoning the county to leaks. The hot water boiler heating The state provides 92 percent of CARDS
assign the Sampson City area to system is also not adequate for really the county school budget. With the ODDS AND ENDS
Brooker would elevate the enroll- cold days. McRae r commends low tax base in the county, millage For business; political and social uses.

ment above the capacity. In addition replacing the systems with In- increases have little effect on the Either printed, engraved or embossed.Too Rubber bands, gem clips, all kinds of
the Sampson City area Is a fast dividual classroom heat pumps.A total monies recieved. It is felt that many styles to name but samples are binders, even ink In' quart bottles, we can
growing area in the county so the small bulding for flammable equalization of funding by the save
problem of overcrowding would increase storage Is needed. A small block legislature will be a good thing for here for your'Inspection and all prices are must you be other money on all of these. There
says Supt. Duncan.At building, no windows and one door is small counties. reasonable. but escape us Just
this time, no change is being all that is required to be in com now you can ask.LEGAL .
considered for the Brooker school pliance with safety regulations.. Creative Writing... I
zone, Duncan said. The carpets should be cleanedat A program where even the
t "Overhead is the problem," he least every two years, McRae kindergarten students use word pro- WEDDING INVITATIONSThe BLANKS
said. "Teachers and staff are not the asks. The carpets are in pretty good cessors in learning writing skills has '
cause the higher costs." Overhead shape, after 20-plus years, but been very effective, says Principal folder type In white or the new Don't bum your) legal blanks-buy them
f costs such as music, physical education regular cleaning Is needed. McRae. Even the youngest studentscan Ivory color. If you must economize on) this from us., We have everything you'll need
programs and library servicesare More computers are needed, write a story and read it back to Item we have a line that looks like engraving whether you're buying a cow or mortgaging
the cause. both for instructional use and ad- 'you, he says, using the computersand -
feels like engraving but doesn't cost your home. Our blanks will do ,
i ,"We want to be fair, Duncan ministrative use. Brooker Is not con- word processors. More computers everything
said. To eliminate programs such as nected to the main frame computerin are needed, however, to Im- 'ike engraving. but pay the mortgage.)
music and physical education to Starke due to unreasonable prove the availibility of the writing
l reduce costs, "just because you are telephone line costs because of ter- laboratory.a Get 29 On The,Telephone, Please, James

IJt I-BUG Program set at Brooker: for Students '

Bradford County Telegraph

A new program, called I-BUG (I provements are deserving of school awards assembly: Kiwnls "
Brought Up Grades) has been in- recognition.In Club President Jerry Patton and '

itiated at the Brooker Elementary this program, students who br- Major Emphasis Committee Chair- Today James wont call for you.. ,You'll have to let jingers do
School for the fourth six weeks ing up two or more grades in a man Rod Buchele represented the )
grading period just completed.The grading period, without lowering Kiwanis Club at the assembly. the walking 964-5764, '
program Is sponsored by the any other grades: are recognized. Students winning awards were: In j
Kiwanis Club of Starke, in cooperation The recognition consists of a certificate the kindergarten class, Winston
with the Brooker school. It was and an I-BUG pendent for Barnes, Klrt Hamilton,Kepi Haight, ,
started to give recognition to the student to wear at school. ,Aaron Carver, Enmily Myers, THE OFFICE SHOP
students other than honor students Twenty-two student at Brooker Audrey Hines, Kristin Manning
for additional effort and improve- for the award during the Daniel DeBlasio, Brian Melvin anaBrian
ment in their work.It fourth six weeks, out of a total Hasden. 'e
to believed that all students are enrollment of 124, or approximately :-0- 11O "W. Call Street 964-5764

capable of improving, and Kiwanis percent of the student body. First Grade, Mark Bell and Ronnie -
feels that students who make im- These students were recognized at Wilder. -


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yRr. r Baseball Team Beats Rams., EastsideThe I

Tornado Varsity Baseball six walks and an error and the se- 5-3 win over the Interlachen Rams.
team won two this a.M.d Ml III MI Iooo
more games cond five a 1Nrd..6.w
runs came after two hits The Tornadoes had three
a run
week oil ooo-i 0 I
Y ,one a district contest, to bring
two walks and an error. lead after four and one-half .
... .
inningsof ,
the season record to 9-5 overall, and The A.tot Iwii HIM HI
5-4 in District 5-3A. Eastside run came on a walk play, gave up one run in the bottom --.w 0 1 I 11w..1
arid two singles' In the third inning. of the fifth and two more in the ... 0 1 1
Friday, March 24, Eastside High Cordell Axhwn.fir 1 0 0 1
Strong, now 3-0 so far this bottom of the sixth for a 3-3 tie. .
visited Starke
and a 12-1 win U.O H 1 0 0 {
gave up
season, was the j
to the Tornadoes district winning pitcher. Finally in the top of the ninth Inn- I.d 0 1 .
a game. Strong struck out nine, walked 5 and Ing, John MN..I.. \
Berry got a base hit, Don- 0 0 0M.
Monday, March 27, the Tornadoes ...
gave up two hits in facing 21 batters nie Francis moved him to second on Ik 1 0 1 1
travelled to Interlachen for a close in five tony 9k 1 1 1 0
innings he pitched. a defensive ..... .
win over the Rams in a make-up errui, Jason Johnson ...OH 0 I 0 0
game rained out earlier in the ..../. ---- 001 00--1-11 doubled, scoring Berry and moving Upcoming...
M.af.d Francis to third Strong flied out.
season. ---- Ml O.-ll 1 0 Devin Jackson hit into The Santa Fe Invitational Tourna-
i I-- -----. ; a fielders
BUS 12, Eastside 1 Joh...... 'I 1 I; choice scoring Francis, but ending ment Is scheduled Friday, Saturdayand
llr.n,,, I 0 0 0 the Inning. The defense held In- Sunday, March 31, April 1-2.
The Eastside pitcher struck out McNnlUn I.. I I 0 0 terlachen scoreless in the bottom Following that,the Palatka Invita-
only one batter and walked 12 while .....|..M..Ik 0 I 0 0 half for the win. tional,April 3-7.
giving up four hits in a game the Tornadoes 11..d I' 1 1 There will be lots of good
won in the first inning with a ".... Ikt 1 I I I 1 I I 1 Bo Hersey pitched well enough to tion in both tournaments, feudCoach
.... six run opening frame. _r,.riBUS 1 win but Kelly Dyal came in in reliefpitched says .
0 0 0 Mike
.... .....,.. Gutierrez and his assistant
; --.f""''''''''JA' :"." .:1:*: f" Adding five runs in the second and Ih I 0 0 0 two scoreless innings and Jeff Zuraff.Wednesday .
une in the third the Reds coasted to 5, Interlachen 3 got the win, striking out two batters March 29, (yester-
the 12-1 win in only four and one half John and allowing two hits. day) The Tornadoes
'. ..-,,- innings of play. Jason Johnson's Berry singled double and In scored on Hersey, In seven Innings, gave up Keystone Heights here in Starke played, but
the ninth
The first six four hits, struck
runs were on one hit, out eight and walked results
I Inning to score the winning run in a two. allowing three were not available at
runs ci
press me.

Basehi Tornado: ....second. baseman Devin Jackson bits Into a tingle against Junior Varsity Wins a Pair, Improves Record to 72The I

Interlachen. the ...
vanity quad Improved their record to 9-5 with
I two wins this week over the Runs and Eastside. junior varsity baseball nine, played Newberry at home last Thursday, 'the JV Tornadoes winning
now 7-2, logged two wins in its cher, going all the way for the Tor-
The BUS more Thursday, March 23.
runners feasted on 12 walks from the Eastside pitcher. record book this week,as it travelledto ll-l, on 12 hits and no errors. nadoes, striking out 10 batters and I
they won 12.1. then scored on Jason Berry's game winning double In Eastside High School in BUS JV 11, Newberry 1 The for Panthers their scored on a wild giving up four walks.
pitch in the
the seventh only tally
Inning against Interlachen to take the win. Gainesville Monday, March 27, and Newberrv was- an___ easy win...n last R,R. _PrnvAtfr__._.. was thewinnint-game.i ........__ '


Improve Record to 11-0

Tornado..golfers. added two more the top four scores that counted. 1! l
wins this past week over Gainesville Bill Hamilton shot 45 and Evan g apb
Buchholz and Orange Park to re- Douglas 59.Buchholz.
main unbeaten at 11-{),
Upcoming... Against Buchholz High last Thurs-
Today (Thursday, March 30) BHS 23, at home the BHS
goes to Clay High and will play at gofers shot a 152 to 180 for the Bob- Serving Bradford
Magnolia Point Tuesday, April 4, cats.David County for 110 years.
BHS is home for a 3:30: p,m. tri- Elder led BHS with a one-
n.atch with Middleburg and under-par 35. His last three roundson
Gainesville High School. the Starke Golf and Country Club '",." .' r" 'W:
course have all been one under par <
BHS beat Middleburg by four 35's. "He has played our golf course l 3 "#
shots, 164-168, and beat GHS by 12 pretty tough,' says Coach Mike Sex- '
Our '
shots in their first meetings. GHS ton.Mark :: : '
was off its game, however, and this Murray had a 38, Ed ;
should be a real good match, says Douglas 39. and Link Bishop shot 40. 1.
Tornado Coach Mike Sexton Bill Hamilton shot 41 and Evan

OP Match... Douglas 63.Freshman. Evan Douglas is get- 1\.TIVERSAR y I\ <

BHS beat Orange Park by four ting a lot of playing time now _
strokes, 157-161, Tuesday, March 28, because Chris Simmons is out with a A1'1J. ., "_
at Willow Lakes Golf and Country bad ankle, turned while jumping on
Club. a trampoline. "He's missed three or '
Ed Douglas led BHS with a one- four matches. I hope to have him ISSUE I:
over-par 37. David Elder was two back pretty soon. He was playing _
over par at 38. Link Bishop shot 40 some pretty consistent golf," says : a }
Mark Murray shot 42 to round out Coach Sexton. I

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1 Tennis Teams Earn Split- is 7 .-:;:' _...

? The BHS tennis squad had exact The boys are now 4-4 on Lilt 1<'t, .
V opposite results against 'Palatkaw season. < .<' #
Tuesday athe boy's team defeated Both teams,absorbed two-tough p T
their hosts 7-0 but the ladies fell by losses last week to top beaches high comingthis ?
an identical score in their match. schools Fernandina and St.
"We just aren't improving," BHS Augustine High.
Head Coach Jerry McGriff said of Richard Smith was the lone
his girl's team. "We had a full lineup singles winner for BHS against St
back and we still lost.We're struggling Augustine, defeating Tomas Tyleck
right now." 8-6 on court three.
Coach McGriff had plenty of The the ladies,Carrie Shaw got an
reasons to be proud of his boy's exciting,8-5 win over St. Augustine's,
team's performance however, as Kim Kamla in the number one
they swept all of the matches singles match and Jill Strickland summer .
against Palatka with solid victorieson defeated Aime Ortagus 8-4 on court
all courts. four. Y
The boys could pick up just two of
Winning in singles for BHS were the five singles matches against
Kirby Hildebran, an 8-3 winner Fernandina Beach as Hildebran
against Jack Giddons on court one; defeated Scott Wall 8-5 on court one
Mark Shuford, an 8-4 winner over and Shuford beat Scott Owens 8-5 on c1-
Lance Aired on court two: Richard court two. / /
Smith, an 8-1 winner agalnstJustin The girls got two singles wins y
Morgan on court three; Chad Welch, against The Lady Pirates when Myra r'
an 8-2 winner over Jesse Carboza on Cruz beat Jeannie Shroads 8-4 on tt E fJa .,
court four and Shannon Hicks, 8-3 court three and Emily Nugent beat
over Kevin Lisle on court five. Suzannah Sturges 8-5 on court five. to-r v'
Hildebran and Shuford teamed up The boys took an easy 8-1 win over
to defeat Giddens and Aired 8-3 in Middleburg March 20 in Orange
the number one doubles match and Park. (
Hicks and Mark Parado beat Creech Winning in singles for BHS were { .
and Wilkinson in a close, 9-7 matchin Shuford ((8-2), Smith ((8-2), Welch ,,, ,
number two doubles. (8-4) and Hicks ((8-0). .;; I.t I.
"It was our best match yet for the "It was a solid win for the boys," <"
guys," Coach McGriff said. "Theyare Coach MicGriff said. "Everyone t :,:
really playing well." played well enough to win."
The next match for BHS is today The ladies lost the teams score but .1..
against Keystone Heights in Starke got singles wins from Samons (8-5), :;, -l, If you have any information that depicts
beginning at 3 p.m. Cruz (8-2) and Amy Griffis (8-4). r
'r\'i.:' : ,the history of this county or area, call

I Elementary Olympics Held '*'. '. us immediately, 964-6305.

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Olympics were held March 22 at Meng 11-12.
Hampton Elementary,with all coun- 800 Yard RelayBoys: Starke ADVERTISE IN THE 4 ', t
ty elementary schools participating. Elementary (Chris Chandler Brian <
The winners, by event,were: Demps, Lakeisha Austin, Cardelia \
2,000 Meter RunBoys: Terry DeSue),9-10,and Southside Elemen- 1 :: ;
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Williams, aged 11-12. Girls: Carrie Latonya Harden, Altina Robinson), .f. 1! "
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400 Yard RunBoys: Jack 9-10, and Greg Johnson, 11-12.
Thomas, 9-10 and Donnie Jones ,Basketball Run and ShootBoys:
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and Soccer Dribble Hazelton Race-Boys 11-12.: Shaun Parmenter McNeal ,11.12.Girls 9-10, and Stephanie: Susan Do you :know another business that has served

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I! Bradford High Runners Defeat Palatka High in Dual Meet at BBS I

The Tornado girl runners won The boys 4-by-100 were also thirdin Palatka Meet... Mllo '.1.pI 1)) SH$ 44I.t ('rld... Holdar, Kotlna' BHS idle next Tuesday. the annual Bradford Burger King Invitation -
with Kolly, Kim, Hampton.Chilitla Nmr.l1)) The Saturday. April, is on Tornado track.Splish .
97-30 and the boys won 71-65 over their heat at 43.71. That was Christie Harrell won the quarter, following
Palatka High in a dual meet on the Robert Nichols, Reggie Sheffield won the 880 run, and anchored the
Bradford High track Tuesday after Timmy Taylor, and Chris Dinkins. winning mile relay team as the BUSgirls
noon, March 28. The BHS girls were third in their went 97-30 by Palatka High The boys results:
Last Saturday the BHS track team heat in the 4-by-200 at 1:48.56, their Tuesday afternoon. Shot Pull 1)) Podia Captor a'V. lod... Moilav
competed in the 46th annual Florida best time of the year. That was with Freshman Aurilla Williams was :34IO-.
Relays at the University of Florida.No Bridget Holder, Arkeva Williams, second in the shot, won the high 01W...1))John Lo,.,14 ft", .... Tho......S3:2*., !

Tornado competitor finished in Kim Hampton, and Aurilla jump, won the 100 meters, anchoredthe '''1.n1 4''. '.d.Jumpi.c.2))..Allan., ...l.nkin,1111".0).'"".Andralaaltr'Trlpla )Tlmmy. '.ylo
the top three final places, for which Williams winning 440 relay team, and was Jump! 1))Allan Jonkln.43.".3))Chris Dloklni
awards are given. The BHS boys were sixth in their second in the 220 dash. 10 7'/".
heat at :32.26: their best time of the The Girls Results: ...High... Jump 4))Podia Co...,1'1".0))loggia, IhoHlild

UF Relays... year. The team was Allan Jenkins, Shot fun 1)) Aurlllo Willi.... n'r'. 2) MonlquoWllllom 120 High Hurdle 1)) Tyr... ...d... 11.0. 2))
Robert Nichols Timmy Taylor, and 911'. Doom HoNdoy 147V. Doll Scon Maurka,... II...3))Tom Indlord 12.4t.
All the best
the BHS times
were 111". 100 ....,. ,
Matant I) Chrll Olnkl.11.0. 2) Iliol'Hold
Sheffield. Splash !
they've done this year, except for Reggie Harrell third in her DlBCUII 3)) Doana Holiday M'0". Monlqua' Willi..... \ II.33.3))labor Nlcholl II.34,Andra L.. IIAllon .' .
the 100 meters, point out Coach Christie was 44 10". Dollo Icon 4J heat in the girls 400-meter dahh in Ions Jump, 1)) Monlquo' William..14"'/.". 2)) Kim' Mlla Rom 2)) Cam Word ,01.0',, ') lorry Or...' I
Loper. 60.$1.: her best time of the year Hampton .../". Aurlllo William. IJ"'/,".Shonmo lilt.I.IC...,DoHuo till,. .4t,Tlmmy Oraham...11....
Allan Jenkins was 7th over-all Distance Ramona Ti'iin.mt Wlllloini, 12'r. 440 Rolayl' 2)) tHt 44 4(Robert. NlchoU.And.L...
with a jump of 21'2"4" in the boys runner the :1,200 ,.,.. Jump 1)) Him, Hampton 911% 2)) M.ngo.Wllll. Timmy Taylor,...... IkafllaU). jf .. Stand back or you'll
over-all girls
was eighth in .,. ..... "
long jump. 31 TV,3))Ih. Wllllaml :3010'V 440 Co.hi. 1))Chris Dahl 11.01, 3))..d..Moolay .
meter run in 12:22.83: her to t time High Jumpl'I)Aurllla William!41'.2))Chrlltlo Nan II.II. ')All..Jonkln.M.13. : '.: be bath
Reggie Sheffield went out at 5'10"in ........,...... : taking a
this year. roll 4$ 40 SIO: Hurdloll 1)) ',.... lonlori 44 21. S) Maulea .'... "
the high jump. 110.High Hurdloll 2))Tarrl Klttlol, 10 3.3))Oolla Scott ,...41.37.3))Tarn Iradlard M 17.MO -J ,: .n .' ;; "I' as fearless dare
Junior sprinter Chris Dinkins 7th 21 i4. Hum 2)) Cam Ward 111It.. .... Diluo '" ., ."" \
In the invitation high cchool The BITS girls were third in their 100 M...... 1)) Aurllla Willi.,.... 13 OS 1)) Arko.oWilliams 3i4.It. Timmy Orahom 2io4.4.. )'jJ! ,,' devils dive from
13.4fl.3))Manlquo' Wllllamt 13 71. 210 Oaihi 3)) ...... Hlehol.22.. ....,. IhoKlold 0
100-meter dash with an 11.23 time. heat in the 4-by-4 with a time of Mllo Hum 'I.) .......Tonnant 4i30 97 24.... And,.L..21.1 3. lodnoy_....II.07. :( /J t; ,dizzying
He was one of nine runners invited. 4:19.72, their best time of the year 440 ..ld.l 1)) ...d'." 63.It (t1IdaN.Id.r. 2 Mlla Hum I) lorry Oroan II3S| 2t, 3)) Cam Ward r;; .." ) heights
Dinkins didn't have a good start The team was Bridget Holder, Ad,...W'III.' .....Kim, Hampton.Auillla William.). I1M20. Timmy Oroham 1341, M. Nanny DtSua "1, in The CreatAmerican
Saturday. Dinkins was fourth in his Katina Kelly, Kim Hampton, 440 Doihl 1))Chrlltla, Harroll 44 01. 2)) Kotlna..11, IS'00 ttMlla y
49 1* 9))Iho..o William PI 30MO
heat Friday at 11.3. Christie Harrell lo.Hutdlall 2))Totrl Kltlloi, If 910.11.0.| .$ fir. \. High
The BHS girls were third in their The BHS boys were third in their 41.17. 1.1." I) INS 3t3t 17(Allan Jonklni. Tyranoandori ,t; Dive J/voi/tr'/Then
heat in the 4-by-100 relay at 52.0 flat, heat in the 4-by-400 meter relay in tlO Sum 'I)Chrl.ll. Hotroll 2 40 SI 2)) 0,1.,.Oohl ( ,Timmy Taylof, Ch,".Dlnklnt' ). 1
The team 3:336 their best time of the .11.72.. V get ready for more thrills and
uieir best time this year. : year. 220 o..h.I) A..... Wllllaml 27 41. 2)) AuillloWllllomi Upcoming... "
was Bridget Holder, Arkeva The team was Allan Jenkins Tyrone II 13.3))15......Wllllomt It n. I' '
...... ,...... BUS goes to the Orange Park High ,.,, excitement as the world's smart
Williams, Kim Hampton, Aurilla Sanders, Timmy Taylor, and Chris 2 Mllo Hunt I) ( 13 4100. 2)) KllllaO.hl '
14,24 W 3))D.II..... It.14.31. Invitation this Saturday, April 1. "" est and funniest
Williams. .., :J dolphins goy
.. through a series of high jumps and
Losing the Close Ones... d ."... .
I hilarious hi jinx in our educated

Lady Tornadoes are 3-7 in Softball Season a dolphin show. View some of

l the ocean's most interestingand
The Bradford High girl's Softball game. The Colts used a five run, base in the bottom of the seventh but 5-for-5 in the Santa Fe game. dangerous in
team is 3-7 to date but has been los sixth inning explosion to come from couldn't get the needed hit, Coach creatures
ing some close games, points out behind for the win. Trieste pointed out. The GHS game was close until the .J Marineland's giant Oceanan-

Coach Sue Trieste. sixth, "...and then we just couldn'tget um. And our penguins, otters, flamingoes and sea
BHS went up 4-1 in the second inn- At Santa Fe the game was tied 3-3 out of it," said Coach Trieste.
BHS lost a close game 7-6 to North ing when Valencia Moss C. Green after seven innings. BUS scored GHS scored seven runs in the fifth lions are always on hand to show off. Marineland./ All

Marion High, beat Santa Fe 9-3 and Chanda Woods walked and ad- three runs in the eighth on a three and nine in the sixth. new shows all right here on Florida's First CoastIt's
March 22, and lost 21-9 March 21 to
vanced on hits by Sharee Brown and run homer by Sharee Marshall withC.
Gainesville High a day of fun and adventure for the entire / !
M.Williams. BUS was up 4.2 after Daniels and Latara Jackson, who family
The girls are playing well, they're Chanda Woods was admitted on afielder's was on base with a hit. Upcoming...
just having a hard time playing a choice and scored on a BUS is home against Middleburg
complete game, says Coach Trieste. sacrifice flv BHS scored two more runs in the High at 4:30: p.m today (Thursday, WL A
"They're pretty upbeat about it," ninth to win the game when Tangela March 30),
Coach Trieste says of the lady soft- North Marion remained unbeaten Pittman doubled and scored on a tri Monday April 3, BHS travels to OF FLORIDA
bailers so far. with the four runs in the sixth on two ple by Valencia Moss. Moss scoredon Ocala Vanguard for a 4:30: p.m.
Latest loss was 7-6 to North BUS errors and three hits a scarifice fly to left field by game. Tuesday.April 4, BHS goes to 18 miles South of St Augustine on A 1 ADare
Marion High 9.0 after the March 23 BHS rt..r1 th tv"" run on third DeDe Prevail. Latara Jackson went Keystone Heights fora 4 p.m. game.


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"We had a much better match this
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who was pleased by the improve- .7 ,295 .6,595
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Improvement was due to a few people
getting back some of the lifts

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No New Clues in Renaud Case, Sheriff's Dept. ReportsNo

arrest has been made in the recent seen at her home in the Deer Foot mation minor, silly or insufficient,
mu.-der of Me han Renee Trail subdivision Sunday, March 19, please contact Lt. Aderholt. All information
t Renaud. However, the investigation at 9:30: p.m. The Bradford County will be treated with con-
continues as family, friends and Sheriff's Department and Florida fidentiality.
neighbors are questioned by local Department of Law Enforcement is
authorities. conducting a homicide investigationin Meghan's disappearance was
relation to her death.The body did discovered Monday morning but a
"You have to start somewhere and show definite signs of trauma but the full scale search of the area was not
those closest to the victim are your exact cause of death remains under conducted until Wednesday. Ap-
best source of information when you investigation, said Etheridge. parently everyone involved thoughtshe
have no suspects," said officials investigating had ran away Deputies, FBI
." 4, (r the death. Anyone with information pertain- agents. FDLE agents, neighbors,
ing to the disappearance and deathof
.. -- The body of the 12-year-old Brad Meghan is asked to please contactLt. See.
ford County girl was found March 23 .David Aderholt with the sheriff's Renaud Case...
Quiet Neighborhood Shocked... at 9:40: a.m. in a wooded area near office. If you are aware of any infor 128
The RrnauU house,where Meghan was discovered l1"Bradford County. her home, according to Sheriff Ken. pap
mining..It part eta quiet neighborhood on Sampson For a map of he area see pan' 12B. neth G Etheridge. Meghan was last ------..... I





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I If Sheriff Etheridge Injured Making Arrest. .i'U' .. '"r.I'1I1"f!!:"f.,. ', it I II

I Sheriff\ Kenneth Etheridge received William Shepherd he was under ar car stopped, the sheriff said glasses being pushed into his cheek
several injuries, including broken rest. Etheridge said he told the Shepherd came after him and the which progressively darkened and
bones and a busted lip, Saturday driver of the car Nancy Marie struggle was on. became a black eye but continued to
when he attempted to arrest a couple Shepherd, to shut the car motor off When assistance finally arrived the funeral.
who were allegedly stealing road and he noticed the car was 'hot Shepherd was taken into custody Shepherd requested his injuries be
signs. wired', He then asked for Glen charged with grand theft, criminal photographed Monday at his first
While on his way to a funeral in Shepherd's driver's license. mischief,two counts resisting arrest appearance but the request was
Brooker on SR-21. Sheriff Etheridge Shepherd said they were in the car with violence and four counts bat denied. Bond was set at$15,000 total
observed a railroad signal crossing and he got into the car,supposedly to tery on a law enforcement officer cash or surety, he remains in
sign slowly falling When the sheriff get his license, at which time he according to Deputy Barry King custody.
approached the tracks he said a started the car by putting the wires Apparently Shepherd continued to Nancy Shepherd, 43, of Hamptonwas
vehicle had pushed the sign over anda back together. Etheridge said he fight while being processed at the charged with criminal mischief ,
man was breaking it apart, grabbed the steering wheel and pull- county jail, resulting in additional with bond set at$500.She was released -
Etheridge said he called for a ed hard to the left and at the same charges.The on her own recognizance.
deputy, gut out of the car and identified time he tried to disconnect the wires. sheriff suffered_ a busted lip, Allegedly the signs were being
himself as the sheriff He ask- Shepherd started hitting the sheriff thrnn h..in. Ko" In hte hand nnrl n sold to Ted Curtis in Hampton for
ed the man what he was doing and through the window and when the small place on his eye caused by his aluminum, said Etheridge.
the man said he had been told he
could pick up; road signs that had
fallen over. Etheridge said the sign
had help in falling and then he saw
the trunk of the car was full of
aluminum signs, He told Glen

Final Rites Held .

For Meghan Henaud [ -
At St. Edwards Church i
Grieving schoolmates, other
friends and relatives filled St. Edwards ... 8A.M. 4 .' ,
Catholic Church to overflowing '
Tuesday morning as Father BOLOGNA if"A ,ti TIL
Philip Gagan rented the funeral ? 11 P.M. '
mass for 12->ear-old Meghan 4'
Renau l The Rosary was said Mon ::1

day night at 7 o'clock at the chapel in .. .
Archie Tanner Funeral ]Home. _ _
The popular sixth grade student at --
Bradford Middle: School I was born in GOLD KIST PREMIUM
Norfolk, Va and had lived for the
past three years at the home of her
father. David Renaud, in DeerFoot
told those
Father Gagan attending MARCH 30-APRIL S, 1989
the services that this community is
fortunate that tragedies< such as QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS
befell Meghan are very rare here, BOLOGNA ..nwx.w CHOPS BREAST
as compared with the number taking
place in some more urban areas.
Besides her father, David,
:Meghan is survived by a step-
mother, Deborah Renaud: also her
mother, Lillie Ann Hindman of
:North Dakota, one sister, Kellie
Renaud of North Dakota; two
brothers James of Colorado and
John of North Dakota; and paternal
grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Frank
Edelman of Twin Mountain, N.H.
After the church service, tearful
friends of their deceased classmate
said they planned to compile a LB. LB. La
scrapbook of reasons why they loved
!Meghan and present It to her father.
The diminutive blonde girl disap--
peared from her home sometime HICKORY SWEET BONELESS W-D BRAND BONELESS
Sunday evening Mar 19, apparently HAMS. 0 0 0 La 6199 1 PORK RIBS
LZ97 6399
through a window of her bedroom . FRYER BREAST . La
from which the screen had been
removed. After a three-day searchof
the area her body was found -- MARKET STYLE MADISON BRAND / U.S.D.A. INSPECTED
within a half-mile of her home. An I' SLICEDBACON HI. $399 Fill Your Freezer
investigation is still under way withno SIZE
announcement yet as to the cause [.I. WAFER- THIN BONELESS WHOLE BONELESS

of Interment death. was in Brown Cemetery SELECT LEAN $337 SELECT LOINS LEAN $297
PORK CHOPS. to. to 1I.
in the Sampson Lakearea,with Tan- 9ac LE <<:
ner Funeral Home in charge. A :. : LB. .TOPSIRLOINICeeEEFeoNEI s I 1A8 CHICKEN "I SLir99STEAK

Free Class Offered . . u $377 LB.V PATTIES . SIZE if
free class is being offered for SLICED BACON u BONELESSSIRLOIN SELECT LEAN $097 FLANDERS $498

homemakers by Santa Fe Community } r TIPROAST PORK LOIN . La i mm BEEF PATTIES to t
College beginning April 24. Pre- FRESH $O49 SELECT LEAN BONELESS

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help to homemakers 35 years of age FROM 2 7 W-O BRAND U S. "CICUTI'ROM
or older who have lost the support of TOP ROUND $317 B.ip/0K1 PORK LOIN $O97 HARVESTFRESH

their family through separation LONDON BROIL. u LB. LONDON BROIL. it
the of
divorce or death or disability
their spouse, and who are planningto .
re-enter the job market after [EVERYDAY
years of working in the home.Plann- LOW PRICE EYERYDA EYERYD PRODUCE
life direction and o
ing a new support
from others are basic parts of the LOW Lp
class. S
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call Focus on the Future: Displaced WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.
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Nematode Control n B- l I B I I I B 1 WASHINGTON STATE RED

Guide Now AvailableThe GOLDEN

1989 Nematode Control Guideis OY bf GIRL
now available from the Institute of iMEDIUMV SMALL, : I
Food and Agricultural Sciences ;LARQI >
(IFAS). It recommends chemical ..6XTBAVARGE
and cultural controls for nematodesin
turf, nursery crops, landscape or- fE-Ai _
namentals,fruit and nut crops,com-
mercial vegetables, home gardens, EKG, LB.
and agronomic crops.The guide also
contains general information on
nematology and nematicides.To .
order send $5,30 payable to liaD'ANJOU
University of Florida, to Publica- .EVERYDAY LOW PRICES '
tions, University of Florida, IFAS SUNNY DELIGHT e :.i :
Bldg. 664, Gainesville, Fl. 32611. THRIFTY 9 N1YINNIE'S
SIZE 89 iJ
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With New GuideThe 1 4O YOGURT O Sfc TP,1 TASTE O SEA $1 89 PINK or WHITE-

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IFAS). It recommends cultural and THRIFTY MAID $ 29 73
chemical controls for weeds in fruit APPLE SAUCE w CHEESE. ua BROCCOLI SPEARS SIll
and nut crops, field crops, turf and l 1"
fence and non-cropped areas.
rows '""' SIZE
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regarding principles of weed con- TABLETS w STEAK Of .

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The Bradford County Public
Library is providing office space

Assistance for Volunteer(VITA Income) and Tax TCE tax

counseling volunteers programs and CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT !

The Library also has a" supply of
tax forma. Forma not in stock may
be ordered, using toll free phone
no. 1800.424-FORM. '.
The tax assistance program will
be held each Wednesday 1-4 p.m.,
from Feb. S through 4pril 12.


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I 44 Defendants Plead in Traffic CourtThe

following defendants appeared Thornton pled guilty no valid NVDL presented valid license, DWLS; fined $137.50. damage; dismissed. pay $52 or pay $120.25.
before Judge George H. driver's license (NVDL); sentencedto dismissal. Joel T. Ellington charged with no Edward Lee Blocker pled no con William C. Miller pled no contest
Pierce March 21 In Bradford County Jail time current with above case. Holtsclaw pled guilty unlawful tag on mobile home; presented valid test unlawful tag; costs suspended, DWLS; costs suspended.
Traffic Criminal Court Their cases Johnny Clifton Wade, Jr. pled guil- speed; $32 and dismiss. tag, dismissed. dismissed. Henry Van Payne pled guilty DUI;
received final disposition. ty unlawful tag; pay $52 court costs Peggy Lynn Kelshaw pled guilty Deborah Fay Green pled guilty Randy Scott Coblentz pled guilty fined $437.lIO. license suspended six
DUI school,50 hours
and case will be dismissed. DWLS; fined $120.25. driving under the influence (DUD; NVDL; ordered to write a 500 word months, attend
James Keith Mosley pled no con Laura Smith pled guilty NVDL; Alan Curtis Sapp pled no contest fined $700 license suspended five essay why should not drive without community work, Tri County Proba-
test violation of restriction on fined $120.25.Bennie DWLS; fined $120.25. years, ten days in jail, continue license (within 30 days), costs waiv- tion.Curtis
driver's license; fined $347.50 Dillard pled no contest Melvin Charles Alexander pled counseling at BUGC, Tri County ed, 60 days court costs. Gene Snider pled guilty
ordered to violate no laws, placed on driving while license suspended guilty DWLS; presented valid Probation one year. Gregory Scott Davis guilty NVDL; fined $120.25.
Trl County Probation for one year. (DWLS); fined $137.50. license, pay $52 court costs. Jimmy Johnson pled no contest no unlawful tag; dismissed. Annette DeSue Williams pled guilty and
Mosley pled no contest reckless Clarence Earl Canipe pled guilty Francis Bryant pled guilty open tag on mobile home; dismissed. Scott Davis Gregory guilty no tail DWLS; present valid license
driving; sentenced to 36 days in Jail DWLS; $52 court costs. container of alcohol; dismissed. Mark R. Williams charged with no lamps; costs suspended, dismissed. Rocky ouAt damsp pled20guityDWLS
with credit for time served, Tri Canipe pled guilty expired tag; $25 Bryant pled guilty DWLS; fined tag on mobile home; provide proofof Terry Gaskins Johnson guilty ex
County Probation one year. court costs. $120 25.Barry. tag and dismiss, court costs waive pired tag; provided valid tag, ; fined $163.75.
James Doyle Thornton pled guilty Canipe pled guilty unlawful tag; Boswell pled guilty DWLS; dismissed Harold J. Biddix pled no contest no
unlawful tag; sentenced to 26 days in dismissed. $52 court costs. ed.David Benesch charged with leav- Victor Len Jefferson pled guilty tag on mobile home; provided valid
jail with credit for time served. Brent Aron Holtsclaw pled guilty _David A. Kuchinka pled no contest ing scene of accident with property DWLS; provide valid license a-- tag Vanessa, dismissed.Raven Jackson pled no

contest expired tag; provided valid
tag, costs suspended, dismissed.
Karen Monk Sweat pled guilty
NVLD; present valid license and be

Winn-Dixie dismissed.Dwain Allen Tyson pled no contest
NVDL motorcycle; presented valid
license, dismissed.
Charles Little John pled no contest
DWLS; provide valid license and
sae aura Joseph Galusha Owens pled guilty
1 HAMBURGER of DWLS; present valid license and
NOT DOB BUNS pay $52.Arron.
J. Willingham pled no con
2 Foe8DC test DWLS; $52 court costs.

>r Willingham pled guilty expired
tag; $52 court costs.
STARKE guilty violation of restriction on
driver license; provided
license, dismissed.
William Steve Niper, Jr. pled gui-
FRESH K TAT ty DUI; fined $700, license suspended -
six months, attend DU school, 50
NATIONAL BRANDS hours community work, Tri County
GROUND Probation one year, do not miss or
be tardy at school.
Charlie Daniel Croft pled guilty no
BEEF tail lamps; ordered to pay $9.
Croft pled guilty unlawful tag;
EVERYDAYDi Kirk Travis Kelly pled guilty
DWLS; ten days in Jail.
Di Irene S. Manning guilty NVDL;
present valid license and pay $52.
r7 William Charles Miller pled guilty
LOW PRICES DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended -
six months, attend DUI school, 50
ALL SIZEPKGS. hours Probation.community work, Trl County

Miller charged with DWLS;

WE'RE WORKING TO GIVE YOU THE dismissed.Walter Wayne Jenkins pled no
contest DWLS; fined$17.50.
Delray Lethell Covington pled no
U contest DWLS; sentenced to six daysin
jail with credit for time served.
LOWEST TOTAL FOOD BILL! Covington pled no contest expired

W-D NDBm",.3,.5.LB.. La PKOS.98< tag current.; sentenced to six days in jail con

Covington charged with unlawful
tag (two counts) and use of vehicle
FREE TIDE MAIL-IN REBATE OFFER with unsafe equipment; dismissed.
FRESH Covington charged with DUI,open
__ container of alcohol; dismissed.
-*CCftTtf""'n..1 i in
FREE TIDE R.IM T.Y./.t t, Rphl .-, 1roT William C. Miller pled no contest
.-..-,fv1.:11 when you buy one : :.c 4.?.I M...Ixu Tide ot towd Tne with I....BJiach\hm cat towctot*.*....Itfto.."upt. :wr1 en M.0r Qulf....otUn GROUNDTURKEY, DWLS; fined $137.50, Tri County
.t. -o>y TNDE Bleach fowler meted -Mntf my |1 89 idund to Probation.
AUo ipod M Ibfutar w Utwomtod
._ .,,. __ _
I I, lid. ibd1 .. -- -- -- Misdemeanor Court

f MY- UU "t-/-i-rr wr Y+4./, ., ...... Lee Griffis
R" Daniel pled guilty
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LA( i I$ a '\ .....-, (" ,..., :;) -- .:. ............. to possession marijuana; fined $1Ui,
68' ur .... Tri County Probation.
r/wn1Yln S16. ---.-.-........_- _.- -....-,rW...-.- Griffis pled guilty possession of
not w TO ii 75 MPUMOPa .
YOUR W 151.Cttnton.t2FMHIM .G C drug paraphernalia; fined $137.50,
FINAL *Nil RUM SS aIM film Iq1Y SUM.IoRrtl..L.Y. *W M DC M.t.... flQeM Tri County Probation.
FREE I 1 MO W.M N 1C IH W AM WT TMU lUllfa t N
42-oz. COST .CC.rM.,f_TM|mount CIN.O11..H.t..Ml.....M...MCHAMCMK--...-MrflCNXKia. .rO. .MUll- Jim Rountree pled guilty fishing
SIZE _-_--n.-.-...1111/Malt.M N.. L IML -. -.".'-_,w-,_M"NMr MOO, (KM M1MH ir'tn (| re t without a license; presented valid
.r.T_:.. /
Rt.R/WaM.1tl11EW Lth YY.r IIW/YI license, $50 court costs.
Xo Felix Mike Ruise pled guilty bat-
LB.VU tery; 60 days court probation, $52
court costs.
Glen E. Taylor pled guilty fishing

fMIMMaI ___ without license; provided valid
licnese, costs suspended.
I E Mary B. Becker pled guilty issuing
/ EVERYDAY worthless check; $50 court costs
LOW PRICI LOW PRICE 1-- n;!:z make restitution.
Becker pled guilty second count
worthless check; restitution made,
costs suspended.
: ; Clarence Earl Canipe pled no con-

2i I I In test restitution.petit theft; $50 court costs, make

Lawrence D. Slocum pled guilty
BARBECUE""REAL PIT WHOLE COOKED SLAB 1 I wd S trespass; sentenced to 21 days in jail
r' OF with credit for time served.
-. BARBECUESPARERIBS = Wilson Browning pled no contest
hunting deer with light and gun; fin-
ed $400, forfeit all weapons, vehicle
and light, no hunting license for
I I three years, Tri County Probation,
no hunting, no weapons..
.S599J i Alice Oliver Clark pled no contest

... affray; costs suspended, 30 days .
__ probation.Opal
Y. Hollingsworth pled no con
test hunting deer with gun and light;
$75 court costs.T. .
I ITALIAN Of contest
Hollingsworth pled no
;$j hunting deer with gun and light; $75

r Kerry Harry Fisher found guiltyof
t// '"MILWAUKEE'SLOAF THRIFTY MAID CUT petit theft at non jury trial;
770 sentenced to 29 days in jail with
18-0z. I -0.--- il BEST DEALS THRIFTY MAID credit for time served.
'.)'".- TOMATOES Fisher pled no contest retail theft;
\( I sentenced to jail time concurrent.
I I Fisher pled no contest battery;
CHOCOLATE, LEMON or yA.P12-PK.$318 3 $1111 9 3 sentenced to concurrent jail time
COCONUT 18-0z. 1&-oz. $138 with above. ,,
MERINGUE or CANS CANS Edward G. Purvis pled guilty
WHITE ZINFANDEL CHABLIS BLANC... resisting arrest without violence;
SUITER HOMES $A29 TOMATOSAUCE 315- $1 0 9 STEW 2 $119 ;.

2 WINES . . L . TOMATOES. H35 y'
FOR S500 Maj. Owen Baker
In Exercise
=- TARTAR CONTROL OEL or KIDS participated in the biennial joint ,.i'
COLA n.n __ A readiness exercise entitled '/
DELI $ tw $59 00-. :: CREST $448
------ Frost 89."
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BOILED HAM La'I . rJ% Held throughout the state of
PRESTIGE -- GEL RWOL arctic environment for a major land T i;
$149 B 1 94e battle between two large conven- ;M
CAKE DONUTS 1m I SHAVE CREAM IS tional forces, air-to-air operations i
BUTTER a lOUR CREAM NORMAL. EXTRA BODY, CONOITIOmNa EXTRA and air and maritime operations.The I
PRESTIGE $ 79 ALL VARIETIES O sa Forces Command exercise in- 31

POUND CAKES Itj 1 COCA lIt .. ORGANICSRSHAMPQO tegrated selected Army, Air Force,
I 9ge
COLA CA. '' '.r? $T reserve, national guard, and Coast
. . : or CONDITIONER Guard,as well as Canadian augmentation -

forces. .
Baker chief of military person
nel with the 21st Combat Support ii
Group of Elmendorf AFB In Alaska.
PRICES[ Baker.la the son of Sarah L. Bakerof
I LOW ) Keystone Heights. His wife, -

R.PriscUla Dodd,of is Keystone.the daughter He of graduated Marjorie

from Keystone Heights High School
-. in 1968 and received a bachelor's >
r degree from University of Florida. In
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Day at Co-op... ,,-
J A Urge crowd under the big< : week for day Floe Cooperative'Annual Meeting.
The crowd enjoyed free chicken dinner. door prize and
entertainment under clear skid after an early morning rain hower.
In the big election newi of the day, Ray WIngate wa re-elected over
Mike Kedfeani In a vote for a teat on the Board of Trustee

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AU ?Aboardr Railroad Day ?

3rd pnnvol WA Craft Fair a,
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Sal up dm will be ol 7.00 a m.and show hours will be from\ 00 o m.till, 5 00 p.m.Registration, fa o
SB 00 in odvonc will be needed for o 10112.i up cpoct.(hit will" include o periling, tpoci for one vvliicl
only(cor or von),larger vehiclel will require additional set up app.cotion.All check'should be mode paobl.to the Cy; >r'tVfa/db.PO/ .Drawer B.Waldo Io"do 32694 / dd

1. The lessor shall not b*responsible, for any injury of lots that may onse or come to the lessee,or h
employees or hit goods,from any cause whatsoever while said premise ore being occupied und
this agreement. Museum Organizational Meeting Set Sat. April 1 I IAn
2. The lessee will adhere to the hours of'the show and will not pock or leave ahead of lime. ,
\ Registration" fee is non..fundoble.ltssor reterves the right. to select or reiect any application for space -- -
warded 1, Box 465, Camp Blanding, Starke,
to Sgt. P.
Tables not available.Absolutely organizational meeting of the the World War II history of Camp : Major Rodney
Hall Fla. National Guard Fla. 320919703.
Army ,Rt.
not>ol agreement by lessor or lessee commilmenn/ will be in writing' only Camp Blanding Museum and Blanding, the soldiers and the U.S.
Historical Associates, Inc., will be Army units stationed there,and the
For further information coil: Cly Hall 904/468-1001 held at the Camp Blanding armory general story of their global cam-
Lorry Bean Fmk --904/468-1848 9044682709Mark Saturday,April 1, at 2:00: p.m. paigns during World War II. BOOKSBOOKSBOOKSFREE
All persons interested in helping
Marie Basinger- 904/468-1285 develop and operate the World War Also to assist in presenting and In- BOOKS!
II Museum and Memorial Park are terpreting World War II history
--------------------noms-w---------------- encouraged to attend. maintaining a library and
The museum associate group is documents archive, and to locate
being organized under Chapter 617, and collect memorabilia that may READ FOR FUN. READ TO LEARN
Kind of merchandise
: establish illustrate military
Florida Statutes as a not-for-profit help or
organization, with the sole purposeof history of WWII.
promoting and supporting the From time to time the associate School textbooks are available FREE to
Trade Namr.E.hbdos museum and park as planned.It will group will also issue citations of
be a typical support group formed to merit or other acknowledgements of parents and students at the Bradford
NoAddretl enhance a quality public museum.As distinction upon individuals, or
stated in the charter, the pur groups deemed worthy of such County School Administration Offices on
: pose of the organization is to bring recognition. and chooseone
c.Oy Store Z.p together individuals and organized Memberships in the associate North Temple Avenue. Come by

"Phor groups needed to provide charitable, group are available in the following or many to help your child with reading
historical research and educational categories: Annual $10; Lifetime
services needed to establish and $50; Patron $100; Benefactor $200; skills or, just to read for fun during the
operate a public facility,focusing on and Corporate starting at$500.
Checks should include complete summer.Cett1a's .
Bruce Pollock M.D. Memorial Day Festival address of donor and may be for

Planned at Green CoveThe .. -..-/

City of Green Cove Springsand
General Adult Medical Care the Arts" Recreation Board are
pleased to announce that on May 29
Pediatrics and the first Memorial Day Festival will
ImmunizationsOffice be held. ( Shear
Gynecology and Arts/Crafts Dealers, food vendors 'Design
skydivers, entertainment anda
Family Planning school children's art showcontesthave
1 f Preventive Health Care and been planned at the event 118 S. Thompson St. Starke 964-4151 ?_
which will be held from 10 a.m. to 6
Cancer Screening p.m. in the beautiful Spring Park. toannounce.thc.aSociatioxi li
The festival will be proceded by a his happy : : of
race sponsored by the Florida
zOur located behind Striders.
office is Make plans to attend.For more in-
formation call 284-4278, Mark Mr. Michael VeniMichael
Lake Butler Hospital Phelps.

Hand Surgery Center MonthAt April is Teacher's Veni is an accomplished stylist with over 20 years experienceand

PPC Approved Hospital GardensApril has decided to make North Central Florida his home. He said what

850 East Main Street Lake Butler Cypress brought him here is the natural beauty of the land and his love horses.

Call 496-0092 for an appointmentBlue Teachers'1-30,Month.Cypress Teachers Garden hosts will His background in the beauty industry is quite extensive with names
received free admission to the such as: Sacks Fifth Avenue, Beverly Hills, Lilli Dache of Miami Beach,
Cross/Blue Shield. PPC and Health Option HMO Provide] Gardens identification.by presenting In addition teachers to The and the Plaza Hotel of New York City to add to his credit. To celebrate this

Greatest American Ski Show and occasion, we offer this special for this week only:
TEN-B Classical Ice, the park has many
r Bradford educational sites for a field trip.

Chiropractic Center EZWHEELS P reg. $3500erDl

Starke Office $43.00

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I Indian Tennis Teams WinBy I l Owens Takes First PlaceIn


Mark Frledlln Strickland and Slrmopoulos Florida HurdlesBy
LRM Sport Writer defeated Martin and Ward 8-2. Relay
The KHHS tennis teams continued The Lady Indians Improvedtheir
their winning ways this season record to 4-2 with Mark Frledlln
week as the Lady Indians swept the two wins. LRM Sports Writer
a pair of matches with Union The KHHS guys defeated Keystone Heights High School
County and WlUlston. while the Wllllston 7-0 Tuesday at the track team member Laura OwensIs
guys split a pair with a win over KHHS courts. i the defending state championIn ,
Williston The guys were led In singles by the 110 high hurdle event and
The ladles defeated Williston Derrick Courtney (an 8-3 win she proved she still has that
by a team score of 4-2. over Tom Miller on court one, blinding speed Saturday when
The girls picked up singles Brian Grant ((8-3 over Jason she took first place at the
wins from Beth Strickland ((8-3 Pittman on court two, Lee Glenn Florida Relays held at the Uni-
over Hope Slaughter on court ((8-1 over Derrick Brazil on court r versity of Florida field.
two), Jackie Sirmopoulos ((8-4 three Chad Moseley ((8-0 over
over Sakae Nalkl on court three) Mike Bowman on court four and Owens has won the state title
and Shea Cremer ((8-1 Daniels ((8-0 Bonnie
over Mar- Stephen over in the 110 high hurdles twice In
garet Barron on court five). Byrd on court five). the past two years and set the
Sirmopoulos and and Glenn defeated
Strickland Courtney
current state record time of 15.2
teamed up for an 8-5 win over Miller and Pittman 8-4 on court Winners... seconds In last season's state .
Naekl and Jennifer Byrd on one In doubles, then Jason Indian tennis team member track meet.Saturday. Laurl OwensUpcoming
court two to clinch the match for Brannon and Jason Richards Derrick Courtney(top)and Lee
KHHS. teamed up to take an 8-4 dou- Clenn (at left) may be young
The ladles had a tougher battle bles win on court two over Brazil 10th and ninth graders, Owens came within
with a determined Union County and Bowman. 'respectively, but are double two tenths of a second to her
team but won 5-2 with doubles The guys Improved their recordto trouble on the court for their record with a 15.4 clocking, still
wins on both courts. 4-1 with the win. opponents. fast enough for an easy win In In SportsThe
KHHS got singles wins from KHHS absorbed their first de- Both players have 4-1 single the event which drew some of
Strickland ((8-6 over Minta Wat- feat of the season at the handsof record this ea on. the top runners In the state for KIIIIS baseball team face
son). Slrmopoulos (a 9-8 a talented Union County team the two-day competition. Clay High at home Friday at 4
tiebreaker winner over Honor Monday In Keystone.The Photos by Mark Frlodlln p.m. In an Important district
Martin, and Cremer ((9-8 In an- only singles wins for the 1 Zl td Owens just a sophomore, is contest.
other close Uebreaker Indians also a starting member of the The
over Kim were by Moseley ((8-5 Lady Indian Softball
Hundley). Chris district champion Lady Indian ha
over Hophens on court team an Important district
Laura Bruning and Dawn four) and Daniels' 8-6 win over .- basketball team. She is unde- game* well meeting Union
Schmidt teamed up for a 9-7 Will Douglas on court five. /:: feated in four school track County In lake Butler today at
victory In doubles over Cason Both tennis teams play todayat : meets this season. 3:30: p.m.
and Watson on court one, while Bradford High at 3:30: p.m. t -

Keystone Heights Invitational Tennis Tournament s R.a ( a I : Service

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I "Long" Broughton member of the First United Survivors include his daughter member of the American Legion
Methodist Church of Ocala, and a Miss Desirea Louise Newman of Auxiliary in Tampa and VFW Aux- oil emUIsI n,spray
Arthur Edward "Long" former member of the United Glendora, Cal.; a stepdaughter, iliary in Tampa. Florida Pest Control's wring It will orr ,.. n will
Broughton, 79, of Graham, died Methodist Temple of Fairmont, Mrs. Ava Odom of St. Augustine; a Survivors include her husband, will loosen the sooty mold so red spiders.
Thursday,Mar. 23 in the VA Medical W.Va. stepson, Ronnie Barosse of Starke; Charles A. Garrard, Jr., of Starke; r also control aphids.scale oasis so your plants
Center of Gainesville: following an Survivors include his wife, Nancy his mother, Mrs. Louise Kite one brother, Dexter Swanstrom of white flies and other Insect and bea y.Spraying
extended illness. Ruth Riggs of Fairmont,W.Va.; two Newman of Syarke; a sister, Mrs. Atlanta, Ga.; one niece, Judy will have healthier growth hot weather.
Born Dec. 6, 1909 in Louise, Fla., sons, John M., Jr. of Starke and Alice Faye waters of Starke; five Mallory of Miami; and her best must be done ahead of
Mr. Broughton was a lifelong resi- James Leroy of, Ocala; two brothers, Albert J., Jr. and JamesA. friend Dusty (her dog).
dent of Graham, a Baptist, a WW II daughters, Mrs. Richard Gump of ., both of Starke, Robert W. of Graveside funeral services will be Call ut today and haveus
Army veteran, and a contract Gainesville and Mrs. Arnie Kurt- Micanopy, Ronald E. and ThomasD. held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Mar. 30, at schedule your spray
painter. zweil of New Smyrna Beach; nine ., both of Gainesville. Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev.
Survivors include two step- grandchildren and six great- Funeral services were held Mar. LeRoy Olive officiating. Ar- r Call 964-5745
daughters, Katie Stokes of Graham grandchildren. 28 in Sampson City Church of God rangements are being handled by LORIDA
and Chispa Spitze of Keystone Hts.; Funeral services Saturday at 10 with Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Jones Funeral Home of Starke. PEST Fr. Inspection I ettlmataDress
three brothers. Carl of Graham, a.m. at Frey Funeral Home in Fair- Burial was in Prevatt Cemetery ONTROL
Ernest of Jacksonville and Willis of mont, W. Vo under the direction of Jones Funeral Thank YouWe \l.c.r-rc., Directed bv Graduate Entomol tat
Starke; two sisters, Margaret -- Home of Starke.Kenneth co
Earnest of Miami and Mildred Randolph J. Box would like to thank the
Graham of Lake Butler; live grand- Reighard Jr. Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire Dept.
Randolph Jackson Box, 46,
children Lawtey Correctional Fire Dept.,and
and four great-grandchildren, Lawtey, died early Sunday morningat Kenneth R. Reighard, Jr., 58, of the Florida Forestry Service for
Graveside one great-great-grandchild.funeral services his home following an extended il- Keystone Heights, died Mar. 22 in coming on March 15, 1989 and put-
were lness. VA Medical Center of Gainesville ting out a fire that was &
held Saturday, Mar. 25 in Dedan Born and raised in Lawtey, Mr. following an extended illness. endangeringour
property and our neighbor
Cemetery with Rev. Leroy Olive of- Box attended Bradford County Born May 22, 1930 in South Fork, perty. pro- S
ficiating. Arrangements were handled Schools. He was a truck driver and a Pa., Mr. Reighard moved to Our communities are very eil'" Gift Shop
by Jones Funeral Home. member of Grace United Methodist Keystone in 1970 from Jonestown, thankful to have these organizations. -
Mrs. Juanita Church of Lawtey. Pa., Mr. Reighard was a member of .
CampbellMrs. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Friendship Bible Church and retired Thank you again,
Juanita Fay Campbell, 58, of Robin Ann Wagoner Box; two sons, from the U.S. Army after 20 years Clyde&Edna Sanders -
Starke,died early Friday, Mar. 24 at Robert of Jacksonville and Michaelof service, a lifetime member of DAV Starke Now Openin
Bradford Hospital following an ex- Lawtey; one daughter, Mandy of and a member a American Legion
tended illness.A Lawtey; four stepdaughters, Jen- Post 202. In Loving MemoryIt
native of Marion, Kansas, Mrs. nifer Lane, Stacey Sharpe and Survivors include his wife, Deerfoot Village
Campbell was a homemaker. Jamie Newson, all of Lawtey and Margaret H. Reighard of Keystone; has been five years..Since God
Survivors include her husband, Cary Paxton of Davenport, Fl; his his daughter, Patricia H. Geisen- called him away; Center
Thomas Campbell of Starke and one mother and stepfather, Mrs. Lois burg of Summerfield, S.C.; his But we still think of Shopping
grandson, Chris. Tanner and Maxie Tanner of parents, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. him..Throughout each passing Day.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Lawtey; two sisters, Mrs. Adel Reighard, Sr. of Keystone; his We are five years. closer now..To
Starke was in charge of ar- Starling and Mrs. June Edwards brothers, Roandl G. Reighard of seeing him again.In
rangements and cremation. both of Starke; one brother, Hoyt Lafayette,Col.and Neil A. Reighardof that happy home above..Wherelife
Starling of Lawtey; and six grand- Butler, Pa.; and two grand will never end. Selection of
Roy C. CarrollRoy children. children. The Family of Joe S.Starling
Funeral services were held Tues- Funeral services were held Mar.
C. Carroll, 52, of Brooker, Special ThanksTo
at Grace United in Bible Church with
day, Mar. 21 24 Friendship
died Wednesday afternoon in
Alachua General Hospital followingan Methodist Church of Lawtey with Rev. Thomas C. Bowden officiating. All Concerned-Our family Dresses$6oob
extended illness. Rev. James Tompkins officiating. Interment with military rites was in would like to express our special
Born in Alabama, Mr. Carroll Burial was in Long Branch Keystone Hts. Cemetery under the thanks for all the flowers and cards
in his Cemetery in Maxville with Archie direction of Jones Funeral Home. received during the loss of our loved
moved to Winter Haven early
life. He moved to Brooker in 1963 Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in one, and to family and friends who
where he has resided since. He own- charge of arrangements. Mrs. Augusta CrossMrs. showed their love toward us. $4000
ed and operated Carroll's Grocery A special thanks to Sampson City NOW
Max E. TimmonsMax Augusta Elizabeth Cross, 64, Church and Emmanuel Baptist for
forced his retirement.He
until ill health
of Lawtey, died March 17 at Bradford the meal sent.
Sunday they
was former Mayor of Brooker Eugene Timons, 66, of Hospital following an extended Boone&
and former City Councilman. He Melrose, died Mar.25 in VA Medical illness. Dewey Family '
was a member of Laurel Hit Baptist Center of Gainesville following an Born and raised in Ocala, Mrs. Deerfoot r_
Church and Pine Hall Masonic extended illness. Cross was a Baptist. Lady Bug Florist Village
Lodge 9, F&AM. Born Mar. 12, 1923 in Mt. Sterling, Survivors include her husband, r'AA )
Survivors include his wife, Lula Ohio, Mr. Timmons moved to Joseph; her daughter, Wanda 9015051AUCTION.
1005 S.Water St.
Mae Crawford; one son, Ricky Car- Melrose in 1965. He was a Methodist, Sineath of Starke; three sisters, Bet- .
roll of Jacksonville, Ark.; one a Marine veteran of WW II, a ty Louise Burns of Jacksonville, Starke,FL
daughter, Kim Carroll of Brooker; member of the Everglades DAV Mae Long of Blue Ridge, Ga., and
four brothers, Douglas of Brandon, Chapter, and a retired self- Virginia Sallas of Jacksonville; one 1964-4956 &D Ee .I
Larmar of Bartow, Danny of Winter employed electrician. brother, Nathan Hendrick of Allen- ..
Haven and Larry of Bartow; three Survivors include his wife, EvelynT. town, Pa.; two grandchildren and
sisters,Joyce St. Amount of Dundee, Timmons; one daughter, Diana four great-grandchildren.
Lawanda Scranton of Huntsville, Coleman of Melrose; his mother, Archie Tanner Funeral Home was CeCeBrate Spring
Ala., and Shirley Carroll of Bartow; Phoebe T. Timmons of Mt. Sterling, in charge of arrangements and 'Wiifi a gift
and one granddaughter. Ohio; one brother, James I. Tim- cremation.
Funeral services were held Satur- mons of Mt.Sterling; one sister,Bet- Of flowers
day in the Brooker Baptist Church ty Timmons of Mt.Sterling; and two Mrs. Dorothy GarrardMrs.
with Rev. Charlie Green officiating. grandchildren.Graveside from Lady Bug
E. Garrard, 72, of
Burial was in Dedan Cemetery funeral services were Dorothy
under the direction of Archer held Mar. 28 with Rev. Jim Blevins Starke, died March 27 in Alachua Al Brown Discount Sales
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. officiating. Interment with military General Hospital of Gainesville,
rites was in Crosby Lake Cemetery following an extended illness.
301 North Waldo
under the direction of Jones Funeral Born Nov. 4,1916 in Chicago, Mrs.
John M. Riggs homemaker and
Garrard was a
John.M. Riggs, Sr., 76, son f'tl elate Home.Sidney D. Newman former owner/operator of Garrard IS{ N Across .?.from Waldo hFlea Mkt,<
Mold Co. of Lawtey, a Lutheran, a
Carl and Isa E. Hawkins Riggs, .
Tool Boxes with Tools Dishes, new &antique Cabinets Misc. Paint.
passed away Mar. 28 at Monroe Sidney Delano Newman, 50, of -- Nails&Hardware Dolls New& Used.Toys.Toys,Toys Collector Comics
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Psi Omega dramatic fraternity. here. He was a member of the Sampson ,
Agter retiring from Owens-Illinois City Church of God, was a con- Sunday, April 2-2 p.m.
Glass Company, Mr. Riggs residedin struction worker and was a veteranof
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Lawtey Woman Sackett travelling at of for worthless check according he Graham
approximately probation $1,500 was released on his own River Dend Estates west of
Indicted For Murder 5 mph, was treated at Brad to Deputy Gene Lee. Bond recognizance. March 14 remains suspicious in FHP Troopers
A 27-year-old ford Hospital for minor Injuries according was set at 1000. nature according to Lt. David Continue License,
Lawtey woman Was to Paramedics Rex Siemer Nubbie Wendell Rowan, 26, of Aderholt.
Indicted March Vehicle
Bradford 29 for murder by a and Jerrel Johnson. He was charged Richard Dewayne Tyler 22, was Lake Butler was arrested March The state fire marshal suspects InspectionsBradford
Geneva County grand jury. wtih failure to yield right of way. charged with arson March 26 after for DUI according to Lt. Winston arson but no arrests or charges have CountyThe
was charged Lynn with Wilkison Hodges Charges of DUI are pending BAC he attempted to start a fire in the Barber. He was released after a$500 been filed at this time. Florida Highway Patrol will
murder for the second degree results., county Jail according to Deputy cash bond was posted. There was no one in the home be conducting driver license and
Dean March 12 killing of Driver of the BMW, Bertram Jeffrey Barry King. Bond was set at $2,000. when the fire was reported at 6:07: vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
Roy State Giles. according to Assistant Hughes of Jacksonville advisedhe Kendrick Belofe Martin, 33, of a.m. Occupants of the home, Bar- ing the week of March 31 through
Attorney Is George Blow. would seek medical attention on Donald Guy Prater, 25, was ar- Clay County was arrested !March 24 bara Norsworthy and Kenny April 6 on SR-21 SR-100 SR-230
guilty Hodges to the set to enter a plea of his own, said Hayes. rested March 25 for disorderly intoxication for DWLS, according to Trooper McNeil were both away at the time SR-18 SR-16 CR-18!, CR-16 CR-21B
charge Monday morning Total damages to the two vehicleswas after causing a disturbanre Abrams. He was released after a of the fire.According. CR-225 CR12Sj.IR220., CR-231
A. April second 3. estimated be $10,000 in the south of Starke, according to Deputy $215.25 surety bond was posted. to Aderholt, there was CR-227 CR-221 CR-230 and CR-100A
degree murder conviction noon accident. Danny Thrift.While being processedat evidence of theft as well as arson. in Bradford County.
calls for a maximum life in --- the jail Prater allegedly took a Joseph Duke, 21, was arrested The investigation is continuing.

prison. However sentencing: Recent ArrestsIn pack of cigarettes, he was additionally March 18 for DUI, according to .. ...
guidelines determines that to be 22 Bradford CountyThe charged with petit theft with Deputy Thrift. He was released aftera - -..;;., .
said Blow. total bond set at$500. He was released $500 surety bond was posted.
HOdges was charged with Giles' following arrests were made on his own recognizance.Lillie Start 1989 Off Right. .
murder which took place early Sun by local authorities in Bradford Ricky Carl Norman, 25, was ar- ,
day morning March 12. The reason County. Jean Mack, 27,was arrested rested March 23 for DWLS accor- With New Tires FromCORBETT'S w r-
for the killing was unclear, accor- March 21 for dealing in stolen property ding to Trooper Abrams. Bond was r
ding to court records. Hodges, Giles David Alan Barstow 23, was ar- and possession of drug set at$215.25.Timothy .
and his fiancee were living together rested March 24 for failure to pay for paraphernalia according to Lt.
All Tires Made in the
while work was being finished on a charges of trespass, according to Aderholt. Bond was set at $2,000 Tyrone Tyson, 23, of
mobile home Giles had bought for Deputy Charles Carter. Barstowwas cash or surety. Starke was arrested March 26 for Good Ole U.S. of A.
himself and his fiancee. Apparently released after paying his$137.50 DWLS, according to Patrolman
a disagreement which started Saturday fine. Traffic Kinard Perry. Bond was set at I Most Boat Tires in Stock

night at Hodges' which promp- Larry Grant Sacco 34, of $215.25 he was released on his own Now. Also Inflatable
ted the victim and his fiancee to go Jimmie Lamar Wright 26,was arrested Hillsborough county was arrested recognizance.Isaac .
to the unfinished trailer at the end of March 25 for sexual battery March 22 for driving while license Tires for Mowers r r ,

Wynn Cemetery Road to spend the according to Lt. David Aderholt. suspended (DWLS), according to David Simmons 19, was ar- r
night. Around midnight Hodges ar- Bond was set at $2,000. Wright was Trooper William Abrams. Bond was rested March 26 for no motorcycle TRUCK TIRES
rived at Giles' trailer and started released at his first appearance on set at$120.25 he was released on his driver's license wilful-wanton GRAN PRIX RVS
banging on the door. When she was his own recognizance.Troy own recognizance. Socco was also reckless driving unlawful tag, according
told to leave by the occupants she charged from Tampa with criminal to Patolman Jeff Johnson.He 31x10.5015LT31xll.5015LT $72.00 MOUNTED AND
broke a window and entered the Lee Sturgis 19,was arrested mischief grand theft with bond set was released after a$762.50 sure- $79.00 BALANCED AT NO
trailer. Hodges allegedly was con- March 26 for aggravated battery at $3,250 cash or surety he remainsin ty bond was posted. zCHARGEFront
fronted by Giles in the hallway at with a deadly weapon a pocketknife custody on those charges. 33x12.50-15
which time she pulled a .32 caliber according to Deputy Harvey Trailer FireRemains
gun and shot him in the chest. Rhoden. Bond was set at $2,000 he Donald Guy Dick,45, was arrested End Alignment
Giles fiancee ran to a neighborand was released on his own March 25 for DWLS DUI according SuspiciousThe 1295
called recognizance. to Thrift. Bond mobile home in the Includes act caster camber&: toe In to infra specs.
for help but Giles was Deputy was set at fire in a Inspect suspension&: steering system. For most w/purchase
dead when the Rescue arrived and American cars. Front wheel drive and Chcvette of tires
Hodges had fled the scene but later Danny Maloy 30,of Starke was arrested vehicles: extra. Parts extra.
called asking to talk to a deputy. She March 26 for aggravated TFN-B
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pocket knife and a compound bow
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Driver Charged DUI Rhoden. Bond was set at $1,000 he Keystone Heights Office bleed&:adjust;road-test most
Front Off:
was released on his own American cars&: trucks. Metallic
In Thursday AccidentBoth recognizance.Joe 2608, S. Lawrence Blvd. parts extra when required. Rear 2895 each

drivers In
were charged an
Nathan Bryant 46, of Duval
accident March 23 just after mid- was arrested March 23 for violation 4737213PAIN RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED
night on US-301 south.
Walter George Cavanaugh 40, of P155P175 80R1380R13 $39.00 $33.00
Hampton was not found at fault in
the accident but was charged with FLORIDA TWIN $43.00 $35.00

driving under influence and driving P195P205-75R1475R14 $46.00 $39.00
Starke 964-5451 INJURIES
while license
suspendedkaccording $48.00
to Patrolman .Headaches 0 Work Related -
blood alcohol content was .24 per- 2.00 SPECIAL .Neck A Arm Sports P215P235-75R1575R15 $52.00 $43.00
cent. Cavanaugh's 1980 Subaru was 'Personalt $54.00 $47.00
Sat. & Sun. 5:00 Showing Mid Back -
struck by a 1985 Ford pickup which
did not the smaller Tuesday Showing .t Low Back&Leg Auto Accldonrs
apparently see
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.Bakken of Starke was charged with
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Bond for the charges against 1
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In Saturday Accident HOFFMAN 131 N. Cherry Street Starke. Florida DOORMAT to

Charges, pending a blood alcohol I
TOM CRUISE O I ((904)) 964-7423
be filed the driver of a '
test on
may first 25 Customers|
1969 Volkswagon which failed to Open: Monday-Friday 9 am tit 5 pm
of causing an accident 7:00&9:20
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March 25. Sat. ft Sun. 5:30 a 8:30: -2 r- \ Kr-
Frederick William Sackett, 69, of
Mon. & Tues. 7:30 Only
Hampton driving the VW was west-
bound on Steel Mill Road accordingto < PG!
Sgt. G. E. Hayes. Sackett drove Sculptured as
his vehicle into the path of a vehicle 301 DRIVE-IN
northbound on US-301. The driver of
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EVINRUDE OUtBOARDS: New Evlnrude 100 ACRESi.six room house and barn. APPRAISED$40.000 STEAL AT$32.5001 3 BR. I Bo, beautiful wooden floors '#5
outboard and trolling motors In box SHIH.TZU PUPPIES AKC r.gl.t.red.S250. Owner will finance. $2000Acre.Phone acre, Hwy 229 North of Raiford on Fleming Rd.
OCALA NATIONAL FORESlt Wooded 1988 4 1989 models. Dealer Invoice. 9644151. Itchg 3/30 964-7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF of CH4A. wood
CLEAN CLEAN IM4 S.' 3 BR, 2 Ba plenty storage space
lol.. river occ si. $5450 Each. No 100% financing available. G B M Sales SHORT ON CASH?? No Down Payment
GOATS FOR SALE Lawtey area. 2 lots of trees
heater built-in' stove, :25x15 patio 3 other buildings, acres
1-800-544-2850 dove 8 a.m..5 CST. with large
mon.y down $65.41 monthly. Owner a.m. 7823362. Itpd 3/30 land)I 1 Acre and up. Some $ 80.000
HOMEMADE BOAT and tilttroil.r. No garden spot.Hwy. 16W.
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I-236-4379 or 1.622.2438. 1/7TF oaks .
4 WHITE PAINT MAte 7 old permitting
yrs. EAUTIFin.KINGSLEV lAKE 60 on water 1055'deep with on elegant 2336 s f.
$175.964.7255. Itpd 3/30
COLORADO LAND 5 ocr.. near mountains for pleasure Mound) Septic Tanks!I I' .
good riding.
gentle brick 2 home built In 1985. 4 BR,3 Ba. Only' $220.000
skiing, fishing, hunting. {50 1917 CLASSTREAM SKI BOAT I6'10", RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964-8878 story
964-3349. 2tpd
down $39.90 monthly. 60 months walk-thru windshield 175 hp V6 I/O. LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER: In city no 214 WATER STREET 2 BR 2Bo nice fenced yard sep. garage Sale
9.5% Interest. Total price $1950. SS prop ski storage, power steering. mobile homes Zoned for modular priced I $ 25,000
Own.r 18002372297.: fcon AM/FAA radio cover, drlv..on trailer. LAND FOR SALE homes; 5000. Call 964.5764 from 8-5 60S MILTON TERRACE A GREAT first home.3 BR, I'A Ba CB new corrt.new
MIDDLI TENNESSEE: 20 ocr. tracts, Ropes 4 vests go too. $7,500. 964.6822, p.m.; after 5 and weekends call vinyl. Hotpolnt range, Magic Chef retrlg' ceiling fan., chain .,
13 ACRES ((5 cleared): well and ,
otter 5pm. 'Itchq 3/30 storage shed. S 45.000
wooded, some with spring and runningwater. several trees, fr.. mobile 964 5251. 3/f 6TFvw
pecan LAND KIYSTONI&830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/lBo carpet cent heat. window
$390 p.r acre and up. 10%; BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES home. Pleasant Grove oH Rd. 16 LAND) LANDI
down. Call after 7pm. 615.722.3812 or West. Call 964-4S22 ask area for Potty or 1 to 181 acres starting at$1000 per acre.Some air stove,relrlg DW 2 ceiling Ions,fenced back yard nice lot $38,000
7225607. fconClassjfleds after 6p.m. call 964.5669, Outlaw Real with no down. Call today I REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTl 2 BR, 1 Bo. frame, fenced yard S 16.000
ty. 4tchg' 3/23.4/13 RALPH BRYAN REALTY 9 .887a HWY.301 SOUTH Frame,3 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA 1539 s.I.. 1.7 ocr. S 45.000
1000 WOLFF SUNBEOS TONING TABLES. LOT FOR SAtE 1 acre lot In Big Tree lake PINEBREEZI SUB BR 1'/ boo brick CHSA 100x109 lot $ 40,000
Ads COMMERCIAL HOME TANNING BEDS with lake Smith access. Daytime, N.W.6Sth AVENUE BR. 1 bo 5 ocr. $ 75.000
Save to 50%. Prices from $249. Body 964.6777. 2tchg 3/23.30 FINI HORSI FARM of 40 acres, 'located on Hwy 235. 15 minutes from Stork.. 3
Get Results! wraps, lamps, lotions. Call today. FREE BR/IBa 70-yr-old home CHSA 6 stall barn pole barn tool shed utility
color catalog. 1-800-8353826 fcan building training trockl! REDUCED I $140.000
1 REALTY GORGEOUS HOMI ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s I. home, 4 BR, 3 full bath S two
I ;JEfradJord: PropereSInvffstmenits ti&tMATHEWS [B decks located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
- I ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
r ; liic J i if" ( ,. RCALTOR BEAUTIFUL KINGSLIV LAKEI I 90'on water by 360'deep. Tastefully decorated 3
. & 4 When soiling real estate why settle for telling the whole town BR. \\/t bo home.Also newly decorated 2 BR. 1 Ba mobile home, pretty beach.

.** *,*.$jK. *'v y Jjh ,;'*.,,<;a", Ji J when you can tell the whole world? long dock $190,000
t 7630 .1' $Uzonn( Chen$ '$tc>k( (,;;;1'" f AFFORDABLI AT $53.000: 1023 E. Call St.. 3BR 1% both CHSA. cable ready
I ."'..,_...", ..&;;.yf! :...."..> "'... ""'P< """ .j, <<-It MOBILE HOMES lawteyt 18 acres with 600 ft."H Hwy. stove, ....rlg., 1596 I., approx. Vi acre lot.
-"87 Concord 3 BR, 2'/ boo has ex- 125 frontage. .
home, 3450..f., 10 sprinkler 4 BR, 2V4 ba formalLR
Ira 'lot with wood from. house Cltyi: one oc>4 on Laura St.,roomier acres system
Best value $51.000: Brick veneer situated on over 2 1/2 utilities. city several ro.ld.ntlollot.. fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace patio pool ceilIng fans, 2

acre. extra Ig. living room. 1 1/2 baths. 3 bedrooms. .If 73 New Moon 12x60,with .Cltyi 1.38 Ac., grtottlc.locotlon.100cr.NorthofLawt.y.105thAv. car garage, new roof zoned Agrl.. 2 o"lJm. mtg. $135,000
separate dining room detached storage barn. Between approx... Cltyi: SR 100: 3.S acres potential KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig FR, klt/DR combo
Starke and Hts. HOMES commercial.development area, ,2000 s.f..CHSA city wot.r, 2 septic tanks,exc.condition. $ 60.000
Keystone BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba CB wood floors, 1185 s.f.. 5 ocr. S 60.000
IMAGINE-Only $35.000 to own a 1987 doublewlde ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME: built by HOMES s ACREAGE CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft.on water I BR/I Ba. $ 90.000
complete with one acre well & septic Located In Keystonearea Hall in 1981. located In lake Hamp.THEIIESSA AREA. 1 Acre 3 BR $ HWY.225i 2/1 frame,3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac. $32,500
of Clay County. ton Oaks. Shown by appointment.Two Both 1564 s.I. home, 55000. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB BR 1 Bo 1500 s.f.,wood frame $ 50.000
BR, 1 BA nice lot, $13.000.Unlo... Ctyt 135 2700 sqft.
PRICE REDUCED! Spacious doublewlde on 1/2 acre needs acres BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oaks SID, extra 'lot $ 44.000
Southgatei veneer BR. 2 Ba brick home.
MENG DAIRY lOAD 2.25 acres,3/1 CB CHSA. so near $40.000
some tender loving care located just south of Starke. CHSA. BUILDING LOTS HAMPTON LAKE AREAs 3 BR, 2 boo CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.
NEW MODEL HOME now under construction In Southgate LANDS -Little' Lake Santa Fet 100x160 It. lot. Also 3 BR MH 1'A boo on 3 acres.
Subdivision solid Investment good area. VA & FHA .R. 100 A Two 6.77 ocr. parcels.I new eptlc,tank bpproved. for well APARTMENT FOR RENT.
financing available. $60s. power source
NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE: 830 Temple Ave., eight furnishedone
ASSUMABLE MTG. 10 % fixed. $254.02/mo. 30 .
1/2 Term bedroom opts., fully occupied with on excellent occupancy record.
cozy little home In Starke. nice area listed at 37000. Bob Mathews Realtor* Andy Jordan. Associate Heating S cooling unit'In each opt.Selling price$147.500 with assumable mortgage

.TWO-STORY COUNTRY HOME on one acre stone 441 W. Madison St.. Starke' of $111.708.91/4% Interest rate. Paved parking 'lot.

fireplaces. hardwood floors tin roof. an electric. 3/2. ---- LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S., Reduced to $85.000
assumable excellent LOCATION. LOCATION This prim. comm.rclollocotlon 507 W. Madison St.
mtg. 11%. $456.50/mo.. In shape. Only
SUPER COMMERCIAL Great Zone $ 60.000
two story building Enterprise
$48.500 firm. ; 301 SOUTH!193 ft.301 frontage $85.000
.$73.000: The ultimate In a well-planned home. Close-In E.O,. 'i'S1UJE. R, 'IJEA'S': : 301 NORTH:approximately ISO'x approx. 220' 125.000:
1.42 ac.. lots of oak cabinets. 3 bedroom. baths, marble ""
whirlpool tub and vanity tops plant window extra storage. ..
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large utility room and more. *
.$62.500.Crystal Lake homesites area. 3/2 family room. I Ann.T.rwUI.garN.Ison. .*. . . . . . 473-7541
fireplace. Florida room. detached garage/carport. Well e 43 Acres. with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks. ... $150.000 Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160

maintained and In good condition. e Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In '" Joy Thornton:. . . . . . . . . 964-4223
very Hawthorne .......................................;..........,...$25.000,& UpS Debra
$42.50O. Frame w/brick veneer on 2 1/4 ac.. extra large .. Connoughfen ,. . . . . >?-. . .92S33t
Lakefront for sale. 1/2 Mile1 Lake Frontage
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kitchen. area.RETAIL In Alachua County (\'I", ;:r*\p .,JJ" "'.<. ..> ,_ .- p-i r \ e, ....... ..
SPACE for lease near Community State Bank Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR; 2 BA .............<.185.00O. ,- ." I.'. ,
$560/mo.. approx. 1100 sq. ft. Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing.Retreat HERITAGE VILLAS

Call about our many other properties. on Rodman Reservoir .............................;...............$25.000
We can assist! you wtthjinanctng. C One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots .....:..;....:.,...;.$3500 &:Up
If we don't have the home you want. we'UJlnd Ul .New 2 BR. 2 BA Home in Graham ................... .....;;..$40.000' .607 Bradford Court in Starke

200 Acres near Theressa ..............;...................;$1,000 Acre' Applications for immediate occupancy are being acceptedon
e Building Lots in Smokerlse Subdivision. Keystone $5OOO 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

C 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .....;.... ............$22.500 plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
C For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home. 2 BR w/Bath. on Rental Information and applications are available at the
2AcresGraham '. Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke

e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.5OO Each Equal

C 3 BR. 2 BA Home on 3 Ac. in Keystone Hght. For Sale or Rent. Call 964-6216 1P Housing

Iii 2 Homes 2 Ml. North of Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely Mon.-FrL 9-5:30 p.m. h-. Opportunity

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*1600 SQ. FT. 2 BR. 2'/t both could convert to 3 BR, brick veneer owner finance = IB
*TWELVE'A ACRI Lon Around large dug pond hoi 2 n.w.....Ic..Good Invest-"'- I_=J Hwy.301S.
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*SANTA FE CANAL Lot 160x208. I 9644522Starke .. REALTOR
*AFFROX. >ACRES nice brick house reduced. Eytninji a W li nejbpim /
country living veneer prlc. [ust PLTUvid HomesLots Waterfront
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2 BATH on one ocr.. Only 31000. kseh 'CHURCH STREET JBR/IBA Home. CHSA stove i Refri. 1536 SF, corner ]
*3 Ii. 1% Ba. brick veneer on I beautiful acre. Reduced to $40,000. < Lot. I
I *.... ACRES: Lawtey area, $14.000. WANT,PRIVACY 3BR/1BA Rough Pine A-Frame Home,. Porch. All ,:J
*LEASE-PURCHASE offered en this 3 BR, 2 bath has many extras. REALTOR! Around. Loads of T...... 6.16 Ac.
*S ACRES with 4 bedroom Irame home. $39,500. IN THE CITY 3BR/2BA Modular Home,CHIA. Stove Rein 4 Drapes Swimming ;"
*COMMERCIAL BUILDING positive cash flow. Additional lot can be sold.. Pool.'Bldg. 16x34 w/Pollo. Storage Bldg 12x12 Nice Lot.
OWNER FINANCING on Vi ocr. lots In city only 10% down or receive a'discount .' NEAR DOWNTOWN Two-Story Frame 4BR/2BA. Large Living Room. DinIng .

for cosh I -. S family, Kitchen 4 Laundry Rooms, Floor Furnace, AC Unit. 104x210lot. .
*NEW LISTING! large family room. 2 BR, 1 bo on nice lot. Few 0 ur any LTstins -- .

*FOR THE CHOOSY FAMILY I Executive type'home-,3 BR 2'/ bath pool and bath .'*3 YEAR OLD BEAUTIFUL JRICK m'the Country Cfufr.Almost2000''.f.. "3 M... 3 bo, PEACE AND QUIET 3BR/2V4! BA Two-Story Log Home. CHSA. Stove, RfrIDIshwasher .
house. I CHSA. Family rm. fireplace and more. Built by.Bobby Hall r,J.. : '., I 3000 SF. large Enclosed Garage, Well I Septic Large Lot.
*NOT .FANCY JUSY HOMEY I Free standing fireplace den 10'V.lot/close toschools. *OWNER ANXIOUS! Two story form house on poyetj Iflahway'4 BR..2 fea woodloon 0 IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB Home, large Living.Dining Room. Family .
I fl needs a new coot of paint and a new owner. Price Reduced| Room- Kitchen has Formica Cabinet. and Breakfast Nook. CHIA. Garage
*PRICED TO SELL Fixer-Upper In the country on I acre 35000. OWNER FINANCING: Doublewlde close to Sampson. lake.. Good ttitan. $. Well S Septic 3 Ac. .
WITHIN YOUR MEANS 2 BR mobile home on 3 nice ocr... Assumable mar.
*LAWTEY AREA nice home, CHSA. on 1 acre. GOOD BUY SBH/1BA Frame Home AC Space Heater, Largo KitchenDlnhtfl I
tgage*FOR, UASE 28500.. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY! would make nice oflc.or shop BUILDING LOT In Conerly Estates nice area. 0 ,. Area ......Screened Porch. 112x110 lot 24000.
*AFFORDABLE COUNTRY LIVING!3 BR home beautiful lot. I LAKE liViNG AT ITS lEST Beautiful high 4 dry iot.area's finest.!:home too I on AWAY'110M IT AU. 2 BE/IlAMebile Home Good Coo .Well' ,
SECLUSION AT ITS FINEST 3.83 acres with 3 BR frame home. Pecan tree. and ,I, many...... to II.... Call for appointment. ; 4 Septic, '.5 Ac w/Frontoge on New River., I
large pines. FRAME HOME large bedroom bath;large 'living room eat-In kitchen..
KINGSLEY LAKE AREAi nice shaded lot with doubl.wld.and detached garage.' I *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 s.f.. CIlIA 5 acres paved roOd. extra nice. '. SELECTED PROPERTIESI \
*DEVELOPER NEEDED I ocr. In Stark.. city water 4 .sewer available.- ,Acm Frontage on Forsyth Rood.
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location. *ALMOST NIW BRICK In Country dub. 3/2.4.ever.1800. s.,.;fireplace. range. ,. I TWO BUILDING LOn Shady Oaks S/D Brooker.e .
*MOn FOR YOUR MONEY Hampton Oaks beautiful Vs acre lot with spacious retrlg., DW on 1 acre assumoble mortgage/ ;" I ACRE Well' Septic and Power Pole -
'home. over 2300 ..f.. Must seal I ." BRICK IN ITAPKE: 3 BR. 1'Vi Ba. CHSA. 47.000..< .. ': 7 ACRES. Well I SeptIC. 200 Amp Power Pole. Pine Trees.
*TSN ACRES with custom-made doubl_.... mobile home. Cathedral ceiling I HWY. 16 WEST Brick 3/2% en 1 acre. Lofe of e."... See this,pn. II ACRfS Power Pole 4 Well. Owner Financing. Small Down Payment
fireplace built-in stereo range refr., OW. CONVENIENT TO STARKB OK OAlNESVULBi Nice brick home oveC.2200 s.f.. ,, S.7 Acre. Two Story Bldg. w/llvlng Area Upstairs 6400 SF. Hwy. 301N.'
DRASTIC REDUCTION Reduced 10000. Beautiful brick home Deerwoed CHSA range. ref.. woodburnlng stove on 2.78 acres. ', '... 44 ACRES "'Will Divide. Owner Financing Good T_.. Breaker
S/D. This has the best of everything. Call today. j CLOSE TO C1CU. FIELD MH. 1 Ac.. 2 BR. 1''A ba, quiet netghbhood. $23,500. 10 ACRES "'Will DIvide. Pecan Grove Well I Septk. Owner Financing.: :
*DAUWOOO tUMXVmONi 3 BR, 2 Ba. brick frame. priced In $50s. *t4 ACRI FARM that .ho. It all flsh pond. Improved pasture beautiful oaks; I .ACRES -Frontage on Hwy. IOOW. City Water I Sewage Available.
MVISTMINT PROPERTY Lots of potential with this II acre paved with 3 rental I barns cross-fenced, water In all pastures,1 mobile "homes. \ a ACRES Good Commercial: Location Hwy. 16W.
units with QOOO Incomes *HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Croft 4 Gift Shop: Croft.croft supplies. and gift ..- I ACM -Zoned lor Mobile Home 3500. I
*$*.1M LOT IN TOWN. *COMMERCIAL CORNER LOTI Hwy. 16 I 4 Cherry St. 5.0D0. B ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
OVER .... SQ. FT. 3 level home on Crystal Lake focuxd room. 2 fIreplaces *OVER MO ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage;excellent hunting. ONE-HAIF ACRI. Zoned for Mobile Home $3,000. I
only V t mile to Country Club. 2 miles to Starke. Only$1500 per acre. p LAM GENEVA large lot 100 ft. en Water. .
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: '*COUNTRY clUBs Brick over 1900.f., formal flying 4 dining room, I LAROE AMA OF LAND Northeast Section of City. '
Call One of Our Professionally' family room. rec room'01' extra bedroom 2Vk baths.
B5.W CLOSI TO COUNTRY CLUBi Brick 3/2 over ISOO t.f., 100x300 lot. $36,000. RELA JlOyOU'
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THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I to the Lake Region Monitor office Alterations Pick up Monday and Thur. 1MI Aluminum Bass Boatw/35 hp. Force
WANT TO STOP? OFFICI SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on In writing and paid In advance DESPERATE! 14 X 70. 3 BR/1 BA mobile day. Take up. Let out Hems, Zippers Motor 24 lb. Thrust Troller Motor 2
THAT'S OURS I Hwy 301. Starke. Apply at Durrance unless credit Is already establishedwith home set up with lot. Shingle roof $4.50. Julia Hopkins 468-2342. 3/30 live wells, take over payments Coll
Alcoholics Anonymous Pump ft Supply 9647061. 8/25TF this office.MONITOR near Keystone. Make offer. Will sell Itpd. 3/30. 4962009. 3/24. 2tpd. 331.CARSTRUCKSVANS.
'.... .*64-l614.f64-3 lt 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE Hwy 301 South STAFF CANNOT BE HELD mobile home separate. 473-2730
across from Wol-Mart/KOA. $350 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN weekends/388-1850 weekdays after 5.
CHAIN LINK FENCEr28 In.'olI.d. Free month. 964-8848. eves 473-3627. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVCt: 4lchg 3/16-4/6
Ow".r Tommy Reddish 964.85:19: TF FOR SALE BY OWNERS small mobile Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday large corner lot. '/. mile off SR I 00.
BULLDOZER WORKS $40 per hour. home park on Crllflf loop (Rd. 100-A). prior to Thursday publication. 475.2797 or 475.3213. appointment. TO 30 ACRES with large concrete 1912 Dodge RS Colt A/C Sunroof
782-3306. If no answer 7823954. leov. Four lots with three mobile homes and Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 4tpd 323.416DOUBLEWIDE barns Also new doublewlde on I acre AM/FM 4 speed. In good condition.
name and numb.r. 8/25TF room for morv. Rental Income $700 then 15 cents for each word thereafter. ON 1 ACRE Starke or larger In country. Call 496-3939 Call 4963636. 3/30 Itpd. 3/30.
WELL DRILLING. PUMPS ft SERVICE Dur- monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964-897U or Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 $306 mo. 9649172. Itchg 3/30 near days 4S4-1S95 evenings tfn/chg. Must sell 1976 Customised Ford Van. Excellent
rance Pump ft Supply Co. Water 964-4430. 9648705. 2/16TF Keystone Pits. FL 32656 THREE SINGLEWIDESi under 1/19 : condition. Excellent price.
Systems 462 2075 leave 3/30 4tchg.
864 message.
N. Temple $6.000 for fast sale 9646408. Itchg
Ave.. 4/20.
.US 301' S'ork Fl
HOME Day. week 1985 14x70 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 Bo
long term
stay. 468.2619.. HOMES FOR SALE
11/17TF MACHINES CLEANED oiled and very good condition. $162
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES964.5606.15TF PROPERTY, RENO AREA adjust tension In your home. Special 9649172. Itchg 3/30 1, 2 and S acre lot. for homes or mobile
Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Starke homes In Rallord owner financing with
TUTORING $12.95. Repair all brand. Work TWO BEDROOM. 2 BATH house withfireplace.
SERVICES I.your child Flo. 32091. 47TFI small down payment Call 4311714.
strug- guaranteed. 4737862. 3/2 tfnchg Vaulted
living roam ceiling
gllng D's. making C. when they I NEED ROAD MOTORCYCLE SOOce or WILL COMPANION SIT. In home FOR SALE 3/24 chgtfn. walk.In linen
your room laundry room car
are capable of making A'.? Stave refrigerator, washer dryer. Call
964-8S94 Coll larger good condition under 1000. anytime. 659-2055 4tchg 3/9-30 port. Brand new above ground swimming
HOUSEPA.NTING.after 12:30 p.m. 1/26TF Will purchase or trade for 8 sleeper SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines FIBERGLASS TOPPER for 8 ft. bed. Very 4962090. 3/30 2tpd. 4/7. pool with huge wooden deck. Also
Free ..lImal... fold-down Scamper camper and/or relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford good condition, $300; tool box for full screened cookout area with kitchen
Quality work. References provided Folbot 2 person kayak with cash dif Septic Tank Service Starke. 964-8121. size truck, $45. 4737465. Itchg 3/30 HELP WANTED"Nurses" and bathroom. On 3 acres, 2 blocks
altar upon rwiu.it. Call Tom Lewis, 964.7527 ference. Call 473-W50 5:30 a.m. to 4tchg 3/9.30 ELECTRIC STOVE .If.cI.onlng; 18 cu.ft. from school. 71500. Weekdays
ROOF 6pm. 4chg 3/9.3/30 9:30: p.m. 3tchg 3/16-30 Oil MAIDS CLEANING SERVICI Elaine refrigerator with Ice maker Almond 496-3939 evenings and weekends
REPAIRS AND PRESSURE WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 BR unfurnished and Rhonda. 473-0042 or 4733289. color. 5 years old. $300 for both. Baylor week nights. Great pay. 4963607. tfn/chg. 1/26
WASHING) Parks Roofing 9646341. house large trailer In rural 3/30 Excellent benefits. Contact Kay Dowl-
or Starke 4tchg 39.30DRIVEWAYS 4737931. Itpd BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
Fr.. Estimates. 4tchg 3/9.30 area. Professional couple with one college Asphalt or concrete. Free APPALOOSA MARE 6 years old Cog Ing 1259.3151 Ext. 215. 3/30 2tchg. bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim
home LADY willing to baby.lt In my student. 964-8125. ext. 233 8.3 estimates. Call Steve 4730042. 4tchg gins, shots. Needs experienced rider. ming pool and satellite. Large oaks.
Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. p.m. or5465846 after 5 p.m. 4tchg 3/9.30 $600. 473.2042 after 3 p.m. llpd 3/30 119500. Two additional acres
Large fenced In yard clot to Waldo 3/30-4/20 SPRING TiME IS NEAR Will do your MOBILE HOMES available Coll 496.3939, days and
Elem. School. 468-1974 anytime. TFd. LAND WANTED house cleaning. Have references. Call HELP WANTED FOR SALE 454-1595. evenings tfn/chg. 2/2
Granny 9046592150. 4tpd 3/9-30 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U
lady. alone. Reference. Call after 6p.m. LY. Fast, cash closings possible. Writ. HOUSE CLEANING In Keystone Heightsor PATRICK'S PUB Saturday day repair). Delinquent tax property.Repesiesitons. .
9648728. 2tpd 3/23.30 to Terry Clayton. S. Hwy. 41, Rt. 10. Grandin area. 6592867. 3tchg Bar ft package experiencepreferred manag.rwant.d. 2 mobile homes, 12 wide 2 bedroom Call ((1),100.617.6000)
MECHANICAL WORK and all type of Box 319. Lake City", Fl. 32055. 4tchg 3/16-30 but will train right 1983 $5,500, Refrigerator stove, A/C. Ext. GH-H36 for current repa list. 3/10
welding. Zigg.r' Ranch next to 3/30.4/20 EXPERT HOUSE CLEANING and care for 473-9718. 2tchg 3/23-30 person. Ready for Immediate occupancy. 10 Itpd. 4/27.
323.30 Hampton Elem. School. 4682305. 2tpd the elderly. References. 4733723. COSMETOLOGIST Guaranteed salary tibenefits. wide, 2 bedroom 1969 $1.600. 2.001l.q. ft. all cypress modern country
4tchg 330420INTIRIOR'IXTERIOR Full-time Refrigerator stove, A/C. Ready for Immediate home, loft bedrooms, exposed beam.
or parttime.License
RITE WAY ROOFING COi Shingles, leak. PAINTING occupancy. Call Frank Norris In the middle of 65 acres. Pasture and
fixed reroofs, new roofs, mobile Reasonable rat... 473-3760. 1 tchg 3/30 3/30/4tchg requiredPhone 46.427EXPERIENCED 4752211. It 496-3900 after 3:00 p.m. 3/30 2tpd. 4/7. timberland stocked fish pond. 30 x 80

home., carpentry. Free estimates. SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND OIL. BUILDING AND REPAIR SERVICE Carpet DENTAL ASSISTANT ON- 1 ACRE- near: Starke. equipment building much more. Days
Turner Starke. 964-3392 ED and all makes and 496-2721 evenings and Sundays
new usd and tile Installation deck building needed Part time/full time 3/30
Keystone 9646408. Itchg
964-2976 964-7612. $306 mo.
2tpd 3/23.30 models, $15. James Strickland roof 4311299. 13950000. 3/16. 4tchg.
repair, etc. 473-0884. 2tpd
WILL DO YARD WORK Heights. Call Clndl 473-3789 Tue. thru 1919 REPO DOUBlEWIDEt bank says
hedge and 964-8733 Hwy. 233 & 16 (Morgan Rd.). 3/30-4/6 4/6.
mow lawn. Reasonable price. Edward 3/23TF Thurs. 9 a.m.-l p.m. for more Information. make up back payments and assume
Jones, 782-3479 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG 2tpd 3/30-4/6 note. Call for details. 1.964.6408. Itchg
anytime or 782.3845
after YARD SALE Saturday 8:30-1 p.m. 5 ml. ING HOUSI OUT OF LEVEL Call FOR RENTMINI
5 3/30
p.m. 4tpd 3/23.4/13 Rd. odds and ends.Itpd .
16 W. Furniture
Service for all and

JOBS fill dirt bu.h hog landscapingor : 8:30 a.m.. large yard sale foundation repairs. Keystone separate den with fireplace. Excellent STORAGE 5x5. $15; 5x10. $20:
tump grinding. Have flatbed truck behind Hampton Post Office. Clothes, 473-7721. 79TFMISCELLANEOUS LAKE GENEVA Efficiency studio condition. 9649172. Itchg 3/30 10x10 $30 per month plus $20
for hauling 782-3084. 2tchg 3123.30 all sizes and lots of miscellaneous apartment, furnished laundry ft dock deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
DANNY I WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE Items. Itpd 330FISHERMAN'S facilities, utilities furnished. $273 ma. tfnchg. 12/22
Free estimates. 9642213. 4tchg GARAGE SALE $275 deposit. 473-2919. 3/2 tfnchgON NOTICE MOBILE HOME LOT 1 acre shaded lot.
3/23-4/13 Shakespeare reels, cast spin Ugly NEED CASH FAST?-We pay cash for fur. LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR 1 ready for mobile home hookup near
BABYSITTER my home, any hours any Sticks rods, many bass lures, trolling nlture jewelry glassware tools, BA large living room dinette, kitchen CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.hould be submitted Worthington. Call 496-2185 alter 6:00
day. References required. 964-4019. motor cartop boat. All cheap. Sat. 9-4 household Items ft just about anything. equipped overhead fans, air conditioned to the Union County Times of- p.m. tfnchg.
"Itpd 3/30 p.m. 365 E. Mimosa Drl. 964-2508. Itpd Give us a call at 473-2183 or come by" laundry ft dock facilities. $350 fice In writing and paid In advance OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street
CHILD CARE IN MY HOME: Klng.ley lake 3/30 Tuesday-Saturday 105. Pack Rat Hwy mo $350 deposit. 473-2919. 3/2 tfnchg unless credit Is already establishedwith $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
area. Flexible hours. Call 3/9-30 COMMERCIAL SPACE available In
533-2218 100 Keystone Heights. Stchg this office.
BIG YARD SALE Frl ft Sat. 9-3 909N.
Terri Ga.kln. Itpd 3/30 Thompson St. Like new ceiling p.m. fan IF YOU'RE SERIOUS about losing weight Keystone Heights 2 locations: 700 sq. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD RENT OR BUY-SAME MONTHLY COSTS I
CURTIS BRYANT RECYCLING Corner of ft. ft 1000 ft. traffic and visibility Spacious mobile homes. WW carpet,
$10 double sink safely with no diet pills to take and not sq. High RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
18 & 221 In WE PAY TOP : toaster can opener In both location. 473-3193 or CH8A cable ready stylish Interiors.
Hampton. bathroom sink odd dishes and silverware having to Invest an arm and leg call CLASSIFIERS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
PRICE: Cans$.50 lb.; *1 copper $.90 Ib; oodles of odds and end. lto| 475-2696 for Information 2tchg 473-7683 leave message. 3/2 tfnchg THE TELEPHONE. Pines SR 121. Lake Butler 4962366.
12 Copper $.80 lb., Brais $.30 lb. All 3/30 3/30-4/6 MELROSE AREA 2 BR furnished mobile Classified deadline Is MONDAY S 4tchg 3/30-4/20
aluminum from $.35-.65 lb. Transmissions home. $190 month plus deposit. No
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Good prices, P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
$7-9.00. We pay top price for all misc. Items, glass sliding doors Rain CARS TRUCKS.BOA pets. 16846634. 3tpd 3/30.4/13 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 MISCELLANEOUS.
dirty aluminum. Itpd 3/30 WATERFRONT 5798 Silver Sands Circle.
bow cleaner. St.Rd. 230-A then 15 cents for each word thereafter
.HOUSEKEEPING dependable honest behind vacuum Bethel Church. 3/2 with 2 car garage CH8A. chain Another truck load of furniture and
Baptist Itchg 23 HUNTER SLOOP 1 916.Winged keel kitchen $500 appliances
link fence equipped. plussecurity.
reasonable .
rates. MondaySaturday.Wendy have arrived at Sid's
330YARD 8 HP Johnson, trailer VHF more. 1-751-0253. 3/30 Bargains
964.9198 or Nancy 9643316. SALE 4/1/8! Green Acres, corner Seldom used. Excellent condition. Itpd schools.Garage YARD SALE 40 E. Main Street. 3/30 Itpd. 3/30.
2tchg 3/23-30 __ 3 BR/2 BA BRICK HOME near Reduce safe ond fast with GoB... .
Gene Dr. S Randall St. Household ftclothes. $9800. 473-3848. Itpd 3/30 month. Call Capsule
nice area. $500 a
9 am.2 3/30 *and E-Vap"Water Pills" available
p.m. Itpd 1978 CHEVY IMPALA Station wagon. 473-2604. 3/30
YARD Alif9O5 ".Clark St., behind Good condition ft tires. $1400 OBO. Itpd Gigantic Yard Sale Multi-families will Andrews Drug. 3/30ltpd, 3/30.-IM(
h AC
rjwi 'Y I'I.h.iexc.pt I |loin together oJU rlpg a large variety oftiems ,, J
Powell'.. Dairy Freeze.,a.ra-3 pm. 1. 475-3009. Itchg 3/30 for cooking ga..1'r."r Woman's 10-.peed-bikenumperttryel.
,. forsale at the Union County
Good Items, not |junk I Itpd 3/30 177 DODGE Royal Monaco Brougham.:' $200 month. 473-2667.: 2tchg 330.461ONE Riding Club Saturday 8, 9:00: table. In good condition. Call 4963636.
9 until, 656 W. Madison St. April 3/30 Itpd. 30.
SATURDAY All options Low mileage 3 very good a.m. There will also be cokes and hot
Baby clothes, and misc. Items. Sizes condition. 473-7465 Itchg 3/30 BEDROOM APARTMENT especially dogs for sale $.50 each. All proceeds Jet'sShop
r 04. Itpd 3/30 STINGRAY MAXUM I 19 ft., deep designed for handicapped. Equal opportunity will go to the UCRC. 3/30 2tchg. 4/7. Jet's for new and used clothing.
V-hull. V-8 Mercury O/D with SS prop housing. Call 4733682. 2tchg Rent A Table for$1.00 where the people and Now accepting on consignment prom
ft P/5 custom d/, magic tilt 51 Ax- 3/23-30 .hop for bargain. Sid's Bargains 665 wedding gowns. 265 N.W. 7th
aluminum trailer. Low hours, mint con ON LAKE LOCH LOMONDi a small clear East Main Street. 3/30 Itpd. 4/7. for Avenue free merchandise lake Butler. Monthly drawing
dition. Serious Inquiries only. After 5 swimming and fishing lake. Very nice 2 Itpd. 3/30

p.m. 4753241. 2tchg 3/30-4/6 BR. 1 ba, CH4A Clay CountyKeystoneschools. .
$375 mo. Watson Realty SR 21
North. 473. 816. Itchg 3/30


GREAT BIG GARAGE SALE 4 family. Fri. Now taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-
day ft Saturday 85. Baby Items, 1/2 Acre electric units are spacious with lots or choset space and all have
: refrigerator, etc. Right at Gizmo righton wall-to-wall carpet.drapes. and kitchen appliances. On-site laundry
..: ; Baker Rd. Itchg 3/30 LOTS FQR SALE! facilities Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.For .

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TRANSMISSION INC. application and Information
e Owner Financing Please see us at 13
TIMBER CO. Wants to buy
COMPLETEAIR 1005 SW 6th Street
timber. Pine or Hardwood. Call
.I' CONDITIONING) 473-3148. 3tpd 3/23-4/6 $2500 $3500CALL Lake or Cal Butler.496-3141 32054 Iqu* HoumifOpportunity


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pressure machinery. Cleans homes mobile 2 &3 BR, family STARKE. FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

homes driveways and sidewalks. oriented, with ((2 MI. So. on US 301)
FREE ESTIMATES 30 Trucks&Autos, floats Normandy Village Shopping Mall parking lot

: Ernie Varnes Rt. 3 Box 1601 Starke Furniture.Restaurant Typewriters.Equipment Copiers.Office Located on Normandy Blvd.
Files. Computers. Cash Registers, Take Exit 7 on '1-295. go west to
Owner On Grits Loop Low Income New Ladles Dresses((180)), New Mens second stop light and turn left.
Ste. 8 Housing Suits (501.). Florist Supplies
JiI Rent 30% Warehouse Equipment (Pallet MOSTLY ONE OWNER 1988 MODELS
Jacks). Hand Tools. Electric Tools.) WITH LOW MILEAGEIN
: .J..l; : s0uw. ._. of Your!ncomiIf Air Conditioners. VCRs. EXCELLENT CONDITION
.;q J'OB Freezers. 3-Wheclers
Refrigerators. >
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VEHICLES tram $100. Fords, Mercedes, ewer, cable TV. fe4-749B. I/I2TF FOUR ACRES-CLOSE fNuWlth 3
PERSONALSA MOBILE HOMES HELP WANTEDNEED Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyer TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath mobile home Bedroom, 2 Both frame, only 35000.
Guide. 1-602-838-8885, Ext. A 3493. unfurnished. $100 month $150 security RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964.8878
FOR SALE EXTRA CASH OR A FULI-TIME Stpd 3/16-30 deposit. No pets only 1 child. Call PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon
WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE) JOB Sell Avon For Information call CADILLAC COUP DE VILLEi 1984. 2 door after 6 p.m.. 9648970. 964-4430, 2 acres. Remodeled new carpet,
Australian European Scandinavian 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA Ramona 7823068. 12/29TF beautiful car, $3500. Owner financing.Also 964.8105.2116TF fireplace, screened porch deck
High school Exchange Students arriv enclosed patio on 1 plus acres, close to 1977 Cadillac Coup De Vllle, runs FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city 39500.
ing In August Become a host family for town. $29.000.RALPH PLOOF TRUCK LINES INC. has immediate good $2250. Call 4681084. 2tpd water, sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, I bath. RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964-8878
American Intercultural Student E.chong. BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 openings for short-haul A road 3/23.30 964.7491. 112TFAPARTMENT GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
.. Call I.600.SIBLING lean LARGE FOUR BEDROOM 2 both land drivers. Must have 1 yr. verifiable experience 1957 DODGE CORONET 2 door, AT. will FOR RENT 1 BR, 1 Ba heat A r.palr). Foreclosures, repos, tax delinquent
NICE SINGLES with Christian values, and home under $450/mo. Call for good driving record good run, needs work $1500. 9648861. air WW carpet kitchen water properties. Now selling. Call
ages 18.80. Fr.. magazine Sand your details. 19649172. chg 3/30 past work history. Our drivers over 30 2tchg 3/23.30 sewage, garbage furnished $200 mo., 1-315-736-7375... H-FL-58X for Info.
$.25..27 mile and are home on ORIGINAL 53 CHEVY '/ ton truck 6 cyl.,
age and Interests Singles Dept. FWC, CREDIT A PROBLEM Want a mobile per $100 dep. Available 3/19. Call 24 hrs. Stpd 3/16.30
454, Crotsville, Tn. 38557. weekends. PLOOF TRUCK LINES. 3 speed 5 windows, runs good. $1000. 4681857. 3/2TF 2
P.O. Box home, we can help. 19646407. chg 964-8861. COUNTRY FRESH 3/2, brick fpl car
(Icon 3/30 1.800.232.7233.5tpd 3/2.30 2tchg 3/23.30 HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. plus 960 ..f. brick building,
GET VISA/MASrERCARD. Now anyone LONG HAUL TRUCKING) Get Into a highdemarid 66 MUSTANG 289 AT runs, needs Close to prison. Call 468.1323.3/9TF garage
DOUBLEWIDE ON 1 ACRE near Storks. work. $1000. w/olr, heat S carpet larg.land.cap.d
con get credit, cord even if rejected $306/mo. 9649172. Itpd 3/30 career as on owner/operator 9648861. 2tchg 3/23.30 329 CENTER STREET one BR apartment In lot. Very nice.
before Free details and application.Call MEPOSi single and doublewldes, easy with' .rtorthAmerlcan Van ., I98J$1000.FORD ESCORT whit., 2-door, duplex. Adults only. $200 mo $100 RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964.8878
24 hours Toll Free I-COO 635-9877. financing low down payment. Operate your own 'tractor. If you donP. 3/30 Call 964-7548 after 6 p.m. Itpd securIty.468.1115. 4ipd 3/16.4/6 BEST BUY: 3/1 frame, central A/H, near
hove offer a tractor purcha! THREE BEDROOM mobile home
ext NA3279. Icon on. we for rent .
964.6408. 3/30 town,
Itchg that is one 6-ihft best In thj* 72 CAMARO SSi 327. PS. PB, 90% 964-8614
NOTICE Insurance program or 964.5768.4tpd 3/23-4/13
IMPORTANT : Major hospital 964-8878
If $1500 OBO. 964.9099
'industry. No experlWiM rtMtosary. or TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
plan covers most pre existing Ba CHSA 24x60 mobile home on on.acre 964.765ofter apartment THREE BEDROOM HOUSE on % acre on
sickness, heart problems diabetes, you need training we will 1 train you. 5:30: p.m. Itchg 3/30 no children or pets $200 mo., lease
back ,
land In South Starke area Readyto If SI BUICK RIVIERA full Grlffls Loop, front porch, stove
be condition V6. nice
You must 21. In good physical power 3/23.4/6
etc. Over 65*one of the best Medicare move In. No cash needed. Call Bill 9$4.8404,3tchg refrigerator, dishwasher. 'Included
and have record. car 964-7874. Itpd 3/30
good driving
supplements available Lester TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on large Beautiful lot
964.2624.4tchg 3/30-4/20 Call northAmerican for a complete In 198B HYUNDAI EXCEL) 5 door excellent carpet throughout.
fcan private lot. 2 piles East of Starke. $200
407 Real
ask for Susan Faulkner
doublewlde 964-5069
NEWII I I 1989 single or
formation 18003482147. condition, down take
package. no money 964
up mo plus sec. dep. 6479. Slchg
mobile homes off choice, set on ty. 4tchg 3/23.4/13
your up ask for operator 97. Icon payments. Call 964.4103. Itpd 3/30 3/23-4/20
FOR SALE 1 acre lot, ready to move into. Located RENT TO OWN two bedroom house
RN POSITIONS: 2 full time positions 1977 CHEVROLET 2 door 305 VS. auto, EXTRA CLEAN 3 BR, I Pbath mobile
fenced In
in South Starke or Graham area NO close to school and town,
available. Med/Surg experiencepreferred. PS, PB, motor, trans OK. Needs few
home, CHSA on 'A acre lot completely
CASH NEEDED. Call Freda 964.2624.41chg backyard. Coll 473.9169 p.m.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as 3/30.4/20 Paid time oft program. App minor repairs. $479. Lon Bevllle, furnished. No pets $265 month plus 2tpd 3/30-4/6
ly to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
SU 99 per -lonth. Call 9646946. TF TAKE OVER PAYMENTS like new 1989 Center SR 100 8 121. Lake Butler. 964.8662Itpd 3/30 $100 security. 961.7554.2tchg 3/23-30 FORCED OUT) $4S,3001or2BR,1'V. ba,1 1 1yr.
I' NEWSPAPER PLATES! aluminum, 24x52 3 BR. 2 ba doublewlde. Masonita 496.2323. 3/16TF BOG HOG 1974 Ford 3/4 ton 4x4 460 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT In lawtey. $150 old house, completely furnished
measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for siding shingle root many extras. Only VARIOUS OPENINGS at Bradford Furniture auto good shape. $2350. 9642436. plus electric and security. Water paid. great home! My loss, your galnl Extra
I patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135 $274.08/mo. No cash needed. Call Bill Apply at Hwy. 301 North 1.4 2tchg 3/30-4/6 782.3949.2tchg 3/30 lot. See at 831 Cypress St. Itpd 3/30
I W. Call St. 964.6305, TF 9642624. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 p.m. only. No phone calls please. 2tchg 198S CHEVY $10 $4.000 AC. tape FOR SALE OR RENT 2 Bedroom house In TEN ACRES IN LAWTEY: 3 BR 2Vi ba. 2
CHICKEN BARN FOR SALE: Call 964.501 1 LOOK I 11 I Mobile Homes of your choice. 3/23.30 player, 4 speed. topper excellent con town of Raiford. For Info call 4311451. story frame, 14x501984 mobile homo
ask for Mrs. Phillips for appt. 4tchg "Factory Repo" bargains. No cash EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble dition. 964 8001 after 5 p.m. Itchg 3/30 4tpd 3/30.4/20 44..28.h.lt.r. 16.16 storage, attached
,I 3'9.30 needed. Call Bill 9642624. 4tchg products at home. Call for informa 1986 FORD F-150 XLT 4.4 loaded Interior TWO BEDROOM HOUSE near hospital. garage w/sforage, all for 74000. Off
SEIGLER SPACE HEATER with oil tank, 3/30.4/20 tion. 5046418003. ext. 9579. 2tpd 36000 miles. 8450. 4732479. $325/mo. 1st and deposit. Call Hwy 301 on 200A first dirt road to left,
$125. Dyal. 4681225. 2tchg 3 2330 RENT OR BUY-SAME MONTHLY COSTS 32330POSSIBLE Itchg 3/30 964.3622 after 7 p.m. or weekends. dead ends into property. Call collect
OLDER UPRIGHT PIANO with bench, Spacious mobile homes. WW carpets, $100 WEEK PART TIME: M & f.. 1982 RED CAMARO very good running Itpd: 3/30 1-259-6649, Patricia Gray Realty. 2tchg
refmished., Good condition $325. Coll CHSA, cable-ready stylish Interiors build high income, home & family pro condition. $3500. 964-7347 days, THREE BEDROOM HOME near Ralford, 3/30.4/6
473.0482 (Keystone) after 1 p.m. 2lpd/ Pines, SR 121, lake Butler, 4962366. ducts 40 yr. old co. Free profit. plan. 964-4561 eves 2tchg 3/30.4/6 $250 month plus utilities $200 security FAMILY HOME IN CLAY COUNTY
4tchg 3/30.4/20 deposit. Unfurnished. 964.7650 or 3 BR 2 ba brick
3/23-30 Send name, address: DeGroodt spacious quality constructed
OCTAGON COFFEE TABLE wicker bottom 12x40 MOBILE HOME $900 terms. Assoc. 900 N.E. 18th Ave, Suite 807. 9648681. Itpd 3/30 1920 ..f., huge 835 ..t. garageon
shelf and glass top. Good condition 964-6673 after 6 p.m. Itpd 3/30 Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33304. fcan NEAR WALDO 3 bedroom home; $250 1 acre. Many extras. 89500. Call
$75. 964-4526. 2tchg 3,23-30 FOR SALE OR RENT MOBILE HOME on CRUISE SHIP JOBS: Hiring $300 to $900 month and utilities $200 security Trevor Walters. Century 21 Showcase
PLYWOOD: 'h' 4 ply CDX $8.14. 3/4" Sampson Lake. First $15,000 takes ill per week. Photographers, tour guides, deposit; unfurnished. 964.8681 or Properties, Inc.. ''Broker 4734903.
1499. Pressure treated 4x3 lattice 964-8218 after 5:30: p.m. Itchg 3/30 casino workers, etc. Excellent pay plus 9647650. Itpd 3/30 4tchg 3/30.4/20
899. Tempered pegboard 1 4'x4x8 TRAILER FOR SALE 24x60. must be mov world travel. Hawaii Caribbean TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: 2 baths, large
$8.99. 7 miles South of Starke on 301. ed. $9500. Can finance. 3 BR. 2 baths, Bahamas. CALL NOW) 206-7367000, living room, kitchen, dining room,
4682624. Stephen Smith Lumber. 2tchg den. 964.1623 work; or 964-3573 alter ext. 105C. IconWANTED.LADIES large family room, I'I 1 car garage
3/23.30 p.m. Itchg 3/30 ANY AGE Earn walking distance to downtown No AC
PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER: all building money selling national brand products.Set $350 month. 964.6718 after 5 p.m. and
code approv.d. No 2or better. 4x4x10 MISCELLANEOUS own hours, set own Income Advance weekends. 2tpd 3/30.4/6 .NUS I vI,3
$5.95; 4x4x12 $6.90, 2x4x12 $3.19; quickly to manager position. LARGE HOME 2 BR, 2 ba, with lots of
2x4x16 $4.46; 2x6x16 $6.25 7 miles, ST. LAWRENCE RIVER CRUISING Join us Free on the |lab training no cash yard space. Call for more Info. Castle
South of Storke on 301 468.2624. this year for a wonderful 3 or 5 night outlays. Part time or full time positions Properties, USA Inc. William D. Tilfin i iaj
Smith Lumber 2tchg 3 23 30 licensed Real Broker 964 5065.
Stephen cruise aboard Canada's elegant CANADIAN available. For further information call Estate -
'72 TRAVEL QUEEN molar home, 23 ft. EMPRESS. Visit romantic cities, 782.3594 or 782-3948 Itchg 3/30 Itchg 3/30
Also boat & trailer $125 To see, stopat the world-lamous 1000 Islands, the THE CITY OF STARKE is now taking applications ON LAKE LOCH LOMOND a small clear
KOA off ue 1475 S Walnut St remarkable 'International Seaway and for position of dispatcher.Must swimming and fishing lake. Very nice 2
Starke. No ph ne calls Itpd 3 30 locks Upper Canada Village and more. be at least 18 years of age and BR. 1 ba, CHSA. Clay CountyKeystoneschools. '
FURNITURE: living dining and bedroom. DIAL-A-BROCHURE toll free must be able to type. Apply City Hall. $375 month Watson Realty ;
Good quality at reasonable prices. Collectibles 18002677868. fcan Merrell Dees Office. ALSO TAKING APPLICATIONS SR 21 North 4734816. Itchg 3/30 ;
odds S ends galore 7330 N E. for Police Officer. Must STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to ,
Waldo Rd. at Steve Sirens In Fairbanks have certified police standards.' Apply your work? We have clean mobile ,
3757577. 2tpd 3/30.4/6 City Hall Merrell Dees Office Itchg homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF I
WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER: 3 weeks NOTICE 3/30 FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities
old 1 ton $300. 782-3585 or 964.9202 CHRISTIAN LADY non-imoker to live paid. From $37.50 weekly MAGNOLIA /
tchg 330APPLIANCES with elderly lady In Keystone Heights R SPECIRL BREED! HOTEL, Walnut St. by Post Office TF
reconditioned CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Light housekeeping. Must have own CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, .'. -:'
refrigerators, washers, dryers, rangesair to the Bradford County car. Room, board small salary Reply extras, reasonable rents. PINES, ['1 'il' ,, ,"
conditioners., Ed's Appliances Parts Telegraph office in writing and paid In P.O. Box 6006 Storke. 32091. 2/26TF 496-2366 SR 121, Lake Butler 7/1 4TF : :
8 Service, 310 E. Call St. 964.2966. Stpd advance unless credit is already ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wanted for The Best Trained LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications ( -=z--. .
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330.427CHEST established with this office. '' ,
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TYPE FREEZERS large 25 cu. It THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE St., Slarke. 32091. 2/26TF Fighting Men CHSA. fully equipped kitchen, Airman Darrell Swilley
S3OO. 468-1031 between 10-6 p.m. Itchg HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN SALES POSITION Hughes Mobile Homes the World! drapes. 7823531. New management.
3/30 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER has one opening for man or woman. Equal Housing Opportunity 9/I5TF
BUNK BEDS FOR SALE: 4732479. Itcha THE TELEPHONE. Earn $25k plus, experience not a must. APARTMENT IN COUNTRY 1 or 2 BR. Amn.Darrell Swilley.idGtraduateSitAItjuBasit

MARY'S VARIETY SHOP sells new and Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON 9646407. Itchg 3/30 Call Todayl) deluxe !l'rr'l''lr: ( I,dllllI,1'l81't11t, } 1 i ; }
used furniture Buy sell and trad*,.Call[ prior to Thursday publication. WAITRESSES: 'extra full.Mine waitresses'1 I loll no p.'.. $245 or $260; pus,,( epoplt.. '
Mary 9643250. 2/I6TF Classified, display' deadline Is TUESDAY. needed during our upcoming heavy 9646714. 2tchg 3/30.4/6 ,' Airman Darrell B''Swilley: Jon of
SEVERAL ITEMS: electric hospital bed 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display season Apply In person at Buddy's Camp Blanding CLEAN 1 bEDROOM APT: stove, rofr. Mr. & Mrs. William Swilley of
and mattress, new $1400 sell for placement is NOT Guaranteed. Lakefront Restaurant 468.2080. 3/30 Adults, no pets. $65 weekly. Utilities Brooker, has graduated from Air
$250; also have tabletop hospital troy Minimum charge for classified ads Is ATTENTION HIRING! Government jobs 5333524or included security 964.6232. Itchg 3/30 Force basic training at Lackland Air
on rollers with height adjuster| new 15 words for $3.50, then 15 cents for your area. 1784069485. Call TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT (may also Force Base, Texas.
$200 sell for $75. Selling due to loss of each word thereafter. $1 billing chargewill 1-602-838-8885. ext R3493. 3tpd Toll-Free be 1 BR), children and elderly During the six weeks of training
loved one. Call after 6 p.m., 964.6970. be added to each CHARGED 3/30.4/13 welcome. Central heat and air. Off the airman studied the AF mission,
964-4430. 964.8705. 4tjo 3/23.4/13 classified ad.Classified. NEED COMPANION TO LIVE IN with \ 1-800-342-6528 street parking. Best to call 964-8601 organization and customs and
COTTON FLOUR SACK DISH TOWELS: elderly lady 3 days/3 nights. Good pay. before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. 3/30TF received special training in human
32x36" bleached laundered. Excellent Call 964.9152 days, 964.7839 nights. LARGE TWO BEDROOM 2 ba mobile relations.He .
for fundraising projects. Available In 2tchg 33046ATTENTION FLORIDA home 12x70 fun or unf urn. Good is a 1988 graduate of Santa Fe
lots of 50 or 100. 50 towels: unhemmed ;411 location. $225 mo. $100 dep. 964-8704. High School in Alachua.
$53.00; hemmed $58.00. 100 towels: Vogue Manufacturing has the following Itchg 3/30 _
unhemmed $100 hemmed $110. Includes positions available. Will be filled by
shipping. Miller. Bag Company Ads April 7, 1989: Spreader/Cutter; three Sgt. Randall Ward Pvt. Edward Jackson
1-F. Box 1125 Minneapolis, MN bartack
Dept. safety-stltch/sldeseam; two ;
55458. 6123783200. fcan Get Results! two single needles. Any experience MIIl16: Re-enlists in ArmySgt. Completed Course

f3 ADVICE helpful. Will train serious Individuals. Randall L. Ward, son of FredC. Army National Guard Private Ed-
Coll for Color a personal Awareness obligation consultation Mary' Apply at 710 S. Water St., SR 100, National Guard and Louvrne Ward of Keystone ward Q. Jackson, son of Lawrenceand

Sandra Kay Reddish Director Mary Kay Starke. Itchg 3/30 Heights, has re-enlisted in the U.S. Dorothy Scott of Lake Butler,
Consultant (9049645051.) from 2.5 for various positions In Army at Fort Campbell, Ky., for has completed a wheeled-vehicle
p.m. four mechanic course at the U.S.
(9044753214.) 3/30 food service and housekeeping. Must years.
Train Ward Is a small arms repairer Training Center in Ft. Dix, N.J.
be 18 of experience helpful
yrs age with the 801st Maintenance Bat Jackson is a 1987 graduate of Cairo
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Chief. Deputy Pat Henry(with back to camera)and Bradford Deputy Danny Thrift begin their cearch of the crimeaoene. dog team all volunteered to assist in
the search. The screen from
Meaghan's bedroom window which
had been pried out, was found near
the house as well as a purse belong-

SPRINGliME DI ing After to Meghan.being led in a westerly direc-
SAVSALETIME tion from the Renaud home where a
shack or fort was supposedly
located,the search team turned east
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discovered early Thursday morning

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Meghan; RenaudA
sixth-grader,Meghan may have
Complete Fishing been dead for several days, said Lt.
Reduces shock of Aderholt. The exact time and cause
transplant and helps of death is unknown pending a report
get roots started from the medical examiner which
again. Package was unavailable as of press time.
The body has been positively iden-
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$2 14 FootStumpknocker Although the body was badly decom-
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and matched with Meghan's child
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Petunia Marigolds. Impatience. &S Galvanized Trailer everything they hear, very little of
which is factual.
Salvia Vegetable Plants Come visit us In our new showroom. See our many Sport Craft There is no evidence of Meghan

ski rigs, powered by Mercury motors being abducted nor is there any
4 Pk. 55<:5 56Pk. evidence of sexual activity at this
tme, said Aderholt.Neither is there
65$ GRIFFIS & SONS any evidence of mutilation or the
murder being conducted as a satanic
s 4" Pots 75$ ritual said Aderholt, who quickly
US 301 N. Mercury Motor Repairs Alongside added, there have been no other
bodies located in Bradford County.
964-4461 our New Showroom

:, [I1iD ) $2000FF RIDER SALE We Have Your Used Open Bradford April County 1115The Fair

w all 8 & 12 H.P. Riders & Tractors .( I Boat & Motor in Stock
(Mod. 56123 excluded) :, I 3fth edition of the Bradford
<. Shown U Mod. SB ISO a h.p. IOengine County Fair is set to open on Tues-
I day, April 11 for a five-day run
r. elect.startlT"4-wvl deck. s
Mows up to 1.S ers per hour. .1 I 20' Sea Craft Griff Craft 14' Mitchell through Saturday, April 15, with
/ Cabin 14'Tri-HuH.35 hp some 25,000 people expected to visit
Cutty Johnson&:Trailer$2.8OO 2O hp Mercury&:Trailer$1,2SO the fairgrounds on U.S.301 North of
1 Boat.Motor&:Trailer Starke.

; Toro RATED iJ3: \ r eh i $ 3.000

h a 11n 7 vltilcitagorles Now $51 mo. r { Advance fair ride tickets are on

I I >! leading on Toro Revolving R Rby Rx 24' Pro Line Several Other sale office at for the half Chamber price,two of for Commerce$1.Ride

i consumer Mag. Credit Plan OH AU TOM niOEKS Fine Used Units ticket at the fair will be $1 each.
, SPECIAL! $ Each ride at the fair will be one
; loop 2 500 in Stock ticket.Tickets will be on sale at area
p% I t THE GARDEN STORE schools beginning next week.

at Florida Past Contro 'r We Gladly Take United Shows, the midway group,
1/ providing entertainment.
I r 539 E. CaD Street Starke PEST OUTBOARDS TradeInsLetThe Featured artists will be singer
I ;" I J i Fb.964-5745 Johnny Carver and fatherdaughterduet
of Your Old Boat &
the Kendalls.
: I i Open Mon.-Sat 8-6 c.1FN It Legend Move &it.

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Florida Fairgoers an invitation to attend the
I wish to extend all
1989 Bradford County Fair.
Florida Fairs are a showcase for Florida Agriculture and primarily -

an educational experience about our states leading industry. We

are proud of the role Agriculture plays in Florida Fairs, and that you

will take some time to visit the Agriculture exhibits.
Youth organizations, such as future Farmers of America, 4-H Clubs
and Future Homemakers of America play an important part in

Florida Fairs and are very much a part of this fair. We are proud of

our youth, and encourage you to demonstrate your support for them
by taking an active interest in their activities at the fair.

In addition to learning about Agriculture, fairs provide a means for
fun and entertainment for the entire family. We hope you will enjoy

4.3 the rides and other attractions provided by the midway company.The .
directors, officers and staff have done an outstanding job inputting

together a fair that provides recreation, entertaiment and

learning for children and adults of all ages. My congratulations go out

to them and to all the participants and exhibitors.We .
hope you enjoy your visit and will encourage your friends and

neighbors to come and experience this unique American tradition.


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Doyle Conner Commissionerpn



1988 Strawberry QueenMy

year as Strawberry Queen can only be described as EXCITING I Throughthe
year I had the pleasure of participating In parades, the Starke Arts
Festival Say No to Drugs Campaign, grand openings, the Bradford CountyFair
and making personal appearances at the local schools.
There was one moment that shines a little brighter than all the rest, when I
_. hod the privilege to meet the March of Dimes poster child. I presented him
with a hand full of flowers, his delight In those simple flowers made me realize
how special our abilities really are. His determination and excitement to enjoy via ,4x
the fair allowed me to feel the magic that brightens the eyes of children of all
ages. rf.
I would like to thank my sponsors, Lovorn Realty and Edwards Grocery, for
their support this last year during my reign. I would like to thank my family
and friends for believing in me. Mom and Dad, you always said I could do
anything I set my mind to. Thanks for being there for me, I love you. I would w
like to thank Mrs. Shan Johns for her support and encouragement through this
year. The Junior Woman's Club deserves a special "Thank You" for making my
year possible and for other young women to share the same joy I have ex- t
perienced.My T
immediate plans are to attend Santa Fe and U.F. to obtain a degree in
journalism.My .
advice to the 1989 Strawberry Queen is to enjoy your year to the fullest '
because it goes by so fast. I wish her a year as great as mine. ", ." .
Congratulations I I II .
I am thankful for having the chance to represent you this last year. Bradford .. .
County I salute I' ._ .
you. .
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April 89- Bradford County Fair Page 3

COMMITTEESSupport Notice to Bookholders Please Read

ADMISSIONS: General Admissions '1.00 per person (first grade adult;
Staff . . . . Lucile Godwin, Bradford Fair Association kindergarten and under free).
Premium Book Ads . . . . . . . . . Telegraph
Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . Anita Rink ENTRIES: Only articles listed in the premium list will be accepted for com
Security & Parking . . . . . . . . . Jimmy Epps petition, with awards given.
Strawberry Queen Beauty Pageant
Starke Jr. Woman's Club . . . . . . . Lorna Reddish Exhibited articles may not be removed before 9 p.m. on Saturday April 15.
Arts & Crafts . . . . . . . . . . Grace Faulkner Removal of exhibits prior to this will be reason for forfeiture of any
Agricultural ProductsSuperintendent premium monies awarded.All .

. . . . . . . . . . Bobby Taylor
Cattle Superintendent . . . . . . . Wilbur Andrews individual entries are open to Bradford County residents and those
Swine Superintendent . . . . . . . . Dean Bennett residing In surrounding counties which do not have a county fair otherwise
Poultry Superintendents . . . . . Tommy & LeRoyce Edwards stated.
Prizes & Ribbons . . . . . . . . . Bobby Taylor
Rotary Club . . . . . . . . . . . Wiley Clark BOOTH AWARDS
Home Division . . . . . . . . . . Lane Tenly Awards will be presented to 9 outstanding booths following judging on
Horticulture . . . . . . . . Walter & Dianne Westcott4H Tuesday, April 11.
Division . . . . . . . . . . Rod Buchele
Photography . . . . . . . . . . Mary Buchele The following system will be used as basis for judging:

Theme . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 points
Bradford County Fair Association Draws Attention . . . . . . . . . . 20 points
Board of Directors Originality . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 points .
Educational Aspects and/or Advertising Value . . . . 20 points
Officers Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . 20 points
Total 100 points

President . . . . . . . . . . . Ray Norman
Vice President . . . . . . . . . . Warren Carver Patronize Our Advertisers
Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . Job E. White
General Manager . . . . . . . . :. Anita Rink

Executive DirectorsRay

Bobby TaylorJ.
Warren Carver
Lucile Godwin
Job E. White "


12:00: Noon: Fair Exhibit Building Opens
5:00: p.m.: Midway Opens

ENTERTAINMENTTUESDAY 7:00: p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H FFA Steer Show

APRIL }11 1 7:30: p.m.: Johnny Carver

5:00: p.m.: Fair Exhibit Building and Midway Opens

7:00: p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Swine Show

7:30: p.m.: Johnny Carver ilk THE KENDALLSFor

11:00: : Closes _. ock
p.m. _
w the Kendalls, the
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meeting of two generationshas
produced very appealing
musical results. The duo of
f Jeannie Kendall and her
Johnny Carver father, Royce Kendall, blend
Thirty-six Billboard chart both traditional and
singles ten top twenty and contemporary Influences, so
two monster number one evident In their music.
singles .... that along with -- ---- --
every major club from Las FRIDAY, APRIL 14
Vegas to Texas ... top country
TV shows and eight Europear I 12:00: Noon}: Fair Exhibit Building Opens

tours make Johnny Carver a 12:00: Noon 5:00: p.m.: Children and Student's Day ;
sure winner in today'scountry
:; market.WEDNESDAY Free Admission through 12th grade

u.__ ____ __u 1:00: p.m.: Midway Opens .
APRIL 12 7:30: p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Swine Sale
11:00: a.m.: Fair.Exhibit Building Open
7:30: p.m.: "The Kendalls" in Concert

11:00: a.m.5:00: p.m.: Senior Citizens Day, 11:00: p.m.: Closes .
Free Admission .
.1 11:00: a.m.::Official of the fair and Starke ".
opening '. .: .. 12:00: Noon: Fair Exhibit Building Opens ....
Rotary Club's Annual Rural-Urban Day Picnic!
.J' 3:00
: p.m.: Midway Opens
,5:00: p.m.;:: Midway Opens
7:00: p.m. Beef Breed Sale
I '7:00 Beef Breed Show
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p.m. ,
7:00: p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H & FFA Steer Sale
7:30: p.m.: Johnny Carver
11:00 Closesp
: p.m.:
11:00: p.m.: Closes


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Bradford County Fair No claims for Injury to any person, or Injury to, or AGRICULTURAL DIVISIONLivestock

202 S. Walnut St/P.O. Box 576 / Starke, FL 32091 loss of, any property on account of fire and the theft Brad-, for Superintendent . Wilbur Andrews
any cause, shall ever be instituted against
((904)) 964-5278 ford County Fair Association, Inc., its officers, or CATTLE

Rules and agents, by or on behalf of any person, firm or corpora- Superintendent . . . . Wilbur Andrews
RegulationsPlease tion having license or privilege to exhibit on the Brad- Rules and Regulations

( keep for your records) ford County Fair Grounds or in the buildings.In 1. Exhibitors must have owned and have in their

case any exhibitor or exhibitors, or .conces possession at their home or farm all animals for a
All exhibits must be in place no later than 12 noon sionaries shall at any time be indebted to the Bradford period of ninety ((90)) days prior to the Show.
on the opening day. All space not occupied at that County Fair Association, Inc., the corporation shall 2. All animals must be in good condition and halter
time will revert to the Fair, and all payments will be have the right to retain possession of all property of broken and animals must be trained to lead and han.
forfeited. The judging for all Fair booths will take any exhibitor or exhibitors or concessionaires locatedon dle.

place from 1:00: .p.m. until 4:00: p.m. on opening day. the Bradford County Fair Grounds, and sell and 3. All animals will be graded by a sifting committee

All exhibits and goods must be unpacked im- dispose of, either at public or private sale, all or any selected by the Show Officials. Animals rejected by
mediately upon arrival and empty cases removed band y part thereof that may be necessary to pay the Indebtedness the committee will not be allowed in the Show barn.

at the expense of exhibitors and concessionaires, due the Corporation.The 4. Chapter 5C-4 of the Rules of the State of Florida,
who shall pay all expenses of conveying, delivering exhibitor or concessionaire will not be permit "Admission of Animals for Exhibition" Is adopted as
arranging and removing their exhibits, and also cost ted to sublet any part of the space herein leased, or official requirements for admission of animals for ex-
article other than those sold
of erection of booths, fixtures, counters and all ap- the exhibit therein any by hibition at the Bradford County Fair.
paratus in connection with their exhibit, the same to himself and specified in the contract. 5. Each exhibitor must furnish feed, feed boxes and
conform to the uniform plan of Fair Management. Exhibitors can sell and may advertise and distribute water pails, for his animals and be responsible for
from their booths
Electric lighting and wiring of every descriptionshall literature and advertising matter feeding them. Hay for bedding will be furnished by
devices will be allowed in the
be installed at the expense of the exhibitor and only. No speaking the Fair Association. Hay for blocking stalls must be
under the supervision of the Fair Management.All ex building.This furnished by exhibitor.
contract does not exclusive rights to sell or
hibitors or concessionaires must furnish their own 6. Each exhibitor must assume all liability in case of
electric !Ight bulbs. display any product unless so specified on the Con- injury or damage by his animal or animals. The Fair

During the operation of the Fair, deliveries by truckon tract for Space. Association will not be liable for death of any animalor
be made 10:00 and bet. SIGNS Painted or printed signs in or on front of
the grounds may up to : a.m. injury or damage caused by any animal.
booth must be confined to firm individual's to
or name
ween 3:00: and 5:00: p.m. only. 7. Animals are to be at the Show Arena at the Fair
All exhibits must remain intact until 11:00: p.m. whom space Is leased. Grounds in Starke between 4:00: and 8:00: Monday,
Saturday night (last day of Fair). THE MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT to remove April 10. Animals will not be released until 11:00: p.m.
Aisles' must be kept clear, no signs banners, adver. from the grounds any article exhibit, show or conces- Saturday, April 15.

tising matter, decorations or parts of exhibits will be sion, or any part thereof, or any appurtenances 8. Animals must remain on fairgrounds during en.
permitted in the aisles. thereto, including banners, signs, or advertising matter tire fair or money will be forfeited.

Background draperies and side curtains will be pro which may be deemed unsuitable or objectionableand 9. Should it be found that an exhibitor has obtainedan
no refund of already paid for or
any money space
vided by the Fair Association for all inside exhibit award by false evidence or misrepresentation or
privilege will be made, which action shall exoneratethe
space. by violation of the rules of the fair, said exhibitor shall
Use of bottled gas containers (Butane, Propane, forfeit all awards.
whatsoever on the part of the exhibitors or conces
etc.) inside any Fair building is prohibited.All sionaires. 10. There will be a youth show in all classes. Cham.

decorations must be fireproof and subject to the Checks should be made payable to: Bradford County pion classes will be determined by show judge,
approval'ft the Fair Management Fair Association, Inc. depending on number of entries in each breed.
Machinery in motion must oe enclosed with a railingat 11. Deadline for entries for all livestock will be
P.O. Box 576 /
a uniform height from the ground or floor of two January 3, 1989. Entry forms are available at the
feet six inches ((2'6"), said railing to be placed upon or FL 32091 County Agent's office, 2266 North Temple Avenue in
within boundary of space occupied by the exhibitor. Starke. Out of county and/or other late entries may
be accepted on a space available basis.
12. All prizes and awards will be paid within one
week following the close of the Fair.
:-; .ysr 13. No Dairy Bulls may be entered.

Come enjoy our specials PRIZES

Cedar River Seafood, StarkeCATQy" Champion Outstanding Bull Trophy Youth Champion Exhibit Trophy Female Trophy

Reserve Champion Bull Trophy
One Doz.Fresh Reserve Champion Female Trophy
1! On the half shell BLUE AWARD' RED AWARD 20.00

) OYSTERS.Other 2.99 WHITE AWARD 15.00
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j '1/2 Lb., Fried /'; Class Bull: 12.18 Mos. Class 8 Heifer: 18.24 Mos.
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"Flounder ::Dinner! Class 5 Champion Bull Class 10 Champion Female
Class 6 Heifer: 6-12 Mos.

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89. Bradford County'Fair Paae S

Bradford-Union 4-H and Billy Harrison Limousin Bull
Krlsty Harrison Limousin Heifer 1989 CALF SCRAMBLE HEIFERS !
FFA Steer Show and Sale _Krlsty Harrison Limousin Heifer '

SHOW Thursday, April 13' 7:00 PM Krlsty Harrison Limousin Bull
Bo Hersey Limousin Bull John Dempsey Angus Heifer
SALE Saturday, April 15, 7 PM Lake Butler FFA, Jr. Hereford X Llm. Heifer Sam Norris Angus Heifer

STEER EXHIBITORS Lake Butler FFA SR. Limousin X John Siegmund Angus Heifer

Steer Entries for 1989 Donnie Oden Limousin Bull Mark King Angus Heifer
Lance Peacock Limousin Heifer Glen Underhill Angus Heifer
BRADFORD 4-H Andy Smith Limousin Heifer Kyle Jackson Angus.Heifer

NAME BREED Jason Stalnaker Limousin Heifer Travis Wynn Angus Heifer

Bobbie Westcott Limousin HeiferBramousin Robert Webber Angus Heifer
Ginger Adams Limousin Terry Whitehead Bull Steve Hardee Angus Heifer

Christina Bath Angus X Limousin Lance Wiggins Limousin Bull Glenn Ritch Angus Heifer
Tricia Bath Angus XLimousin X Lance Wiggins Limousin Heifer
Josh Crawford Limousin X

Sarah Douglas Limousin

Stephanie Gainey Hereford XLimousin HERDSMAN AWARD

Phillip Crawford Limousin
Chairman . . . . .. ._. .. . .. . . .. ... . . . Fair CommitteeA
livestock exhibit requires great attention to neatness, cleanliness and sanitation to be
presented to the general public. Realizing that the herdsman Is directly responsible for the conditions -
Tommy Balkcom Santa Gertrudis of his exhibit and Its quarters,this award should be an Incentive to the livestock barns.
Bradford FFA Sr. Limousin The following score card will be used to select the first and second place winners of this
Bradford FFA Jr. Limousin X award In both cattle and swine exhibits:

John Dempsey Limousin Condition and cleanliness of exhibit 25 points Cleanliness of stall 25 points
Kevin Hamilton Hereford Attractiveness of exhibit&equip. 15 points Aisle Cleanliness 15 points
Tommy Hamilton Hereford Neatness and appearance of. exhibitor 10 pts General Cooperation 10 points \

Billy Harrison Limousin PRIZES: A trophy, will be> provided for the Outstanding Herdsman by the .
Harrison Limousin
Krlsty I
Starke Rotary Club.
Bo Hersey Angus X Limousin

Donnie Oden Limousin CATTLE: 1st 15.00, : 2nd 10.00: 3rd '5.00.
Andy Smith Limousin X

Terry Whitehead Limousin X


UNION 4-H (Revised June. 1987)Livestock )

Superintendent ... .. ... .... .. ... . ... .. ... .. ... ... . . ... .. .. .. Wilbur Andrews
Chris Stalnaker CharX HerefordX Llm

Jason Stalnaker Limousin .

UNION FFA Rules and Regulations

SHOW DATE: Annual Bradford County Fair.
Cretin Addison Limousin ELIGIBILITY: All qualified 4-H and FFA members attending schoolIn
HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: All animals must comply with health requirement -
Lance Bishop Limousin Union&Bradford Counties.AN of the Division of Animal Industry, Florida Department of
Robin Bryan Limousin X Kineiana EXHIBITOR: Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Bradford County Fair.
1.Must be either 4-H or FFA(NOT BOTH).
Jason Davidson Limousin This requires a health certificate from a veterinarian on each
2.Shall when showing or at sale wear official 4-H or FFA jacket.
Quinn Douglas Limousin animal and procurement Is the responsibility of the exhibitor.
3.Must keep record book of beef project and completed and turned
SHOW JUDGING Modified Danish
Lake Butler Limousin : System. Judge may place an
In to the County Extension Office by 4:00: p.m. two weeks prior to animal down In Its respective class, should It show Indication of.being
Lance Peacock Limousin show weigh-In and must be approved by Extension Agent or Vo-Ag poorly trained or managed.

Christie Floyd Limousin X Teacher. CLASSES: Classes shall be made up by age and breed. Final
Britt Harrell Limousin 4. Must have their animal properly trained so that It may be classes to be made by the show"Weigh-In"Committee.
Buddy Hersey Limousin managed and led Into the show ring by the EXHIBITOR (Unless he LIABILITY:The exhibitor assumes liability in case of death or Inuryof
Wade Howell Jr. Limousin has more than one In that clais.). his animal until sold, then buyer No show official may be held
5. One and exhibitor must attend two of three exhibitor-
liable for lost. of any animal.
Lake Butler Sr. FFA Limousin
parent meetings and submit a signed statement from their 4Hagent Animal be via
SALE COMMITMENT: must consigned a signed (
Steve Peacock Limousin X FFA advisor that they area member In good standing when
or statement to the sale no later than FEBRUARY 1st if the exhibitor Intends
Josh Suggs Limcusin record book Is turned In. Exhibitor must remain In good standing to sell their animal.
Cathy Tarleton Angus X Semintal from entry date until show date. SHOW COMMISSION: 5% will be deducted from total sale of
Derlch Thomas Angus X Limousin 6. Animal must be clipped and groomed at time of weigh-In and animal for show expenses.
Mark Touchstone Limousin properly fitted (enough fleshy to be eye appealing). ORIGIN: May RECORD BOOKS: A 4-H and FFA Record Book Contest will be held.
Jason Waters Limousin be purchased anywhere.Must be polled or dehorned 30 days before exhibitors must keep a record book and turn It In to show officialsone
the show. However scurs and secondary growth of hams four ((4)) week prior to the Show and Sale.
Jeff Williams Limousin X Final decision of byweighIn
Inches or less will be accepted. acceptance GENERAL RULES:
Darrell Griffis HerefordOR
committee.' 1. Hay for bedding will be furnished by the EXHIBITOR.
SHOW ENTIRES I I 1989 OWNERSHIP AND ENTRY: Animal must be owned and In possession 2. Each exhibitor Is responsible to see that his animal arrives on
BREED of exhibitor and officially entered by OCTOBER 1st.A close-up time. at the place designated by show officials.
photograph clearly Identifying the steer must be attached to entry 3. Tampering with any calf entered such a.filling with foreign
Ginger Adams Limousin Bull form and submitted to the show committee by first weigh-In In substance etc.. Is prohibited. The use of tranqulllzers on show
Tricia BathBradford Brangus Heifer December. animals after arrival at show will be construed as a form of tamper-
FFA Angus X Simmental Hell I. 2. Breeding animals will be brought to a central point in early Ing. _
Bradford FFA Simmental Heifer December for weighing, grading and Identification. Exhibitor will 4. The exhibitor of the Grand Champion and Reserve Champion j ,.
Bradford FFA Simmental X Heifer I be advised on the probability of animal meeting show re- animals will be responsible for properly displaying the animal at
X Helfer quirements. the discretion of the show sale purchaser. .i
Bradford Sr. FFA Limousin ENTRY FEE: 10.00 at time. of entry(about January 1)). 5. Only exhibitor will groom animals at show grounds. Parents; "
Bradford FFA Limousin Bull Animals will be graded by qualified committee. Those
GRADE: teachers,agents or others are not allowed to groom animals.
Bradford FFA Char X Simmental Heife r animals lacking In quality and/or beef type will be rejected. 6. No animals can be washed or walked after 7:00: p.m. at nightor
Bradford FFA Limousin X Heifer TYPE: Animal must be of beef type and not less than 75% beef before 6:00: a.m.In the morning
Josh Crawford Brangus )X(Hereford breeding. This will be determined by the official grading committee. '7.Only youth exhibitors con help one another with animals.
Limousin Heifer 8.All bulls 12 months old and older must have nose ring.
Sarah Douglas Braham X Heifer SHOWMANSHIP: A Jr. and Senior Showmanship contest will be 9. Any questions. or problems will. be handled by the SHOW
Kelley Dyal -_ held. The Jr. class will Include 9th grade and below exhibitors. The COMMITTEE.
Justin Edwards Braham Heifer Senior class will Include grades 10 thru 12. 10. It will be recommended to exhibitors at meeting that if
Justin Edwards Braham Haifer WEIGHT: Minimum gross dry weight of not less than$00 poundson animals have been exposed that they be pregnancy tested or if a
Kevin Hamilton Hereford Heifer heifers and 600 pounds on bulls at show time(About April 1)). bull Is over 15 months that he be semen tested. <
Tommy Hamilton Hereford Heifer AGE: Animal must not be less than 8 months and not more than 11. No exhibitor under any circumstance will be allowed to gripe
Limousin Heifer 23 months old at show time. or complain to any ruling by any Show or Grading Official. All complaints -
Billy! Harrison
SALE:All animals entered. In the sale will be sold by the head.The will'be addressed to the Show Grievance Committee,and no
customary "add-on" procedure will not be allowed; although "add deviation from this rule will be eliminated from the show and any
an." con be received after the sale, the association will not be future steer or breeding show.I .
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Swine Superintendent . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Bennett

All swine projects| must have been owned and under control of
each 4-H or FFA member on their premises (land under their con- a.All 4-H and FFA Swine Project Record Books must be turned In
a. All 4.H and FFA members wishing to enter the 1989 Bradford- trol) or the FFA Agricultural Barn premises prior to January 14. up-to-date as possible to the County Extension Office in Bradardor /
Union Swine Show & Sale must along with their parent or legal 1989. Union County no later than 4:00: p.m. on March 24. 1989. This will
guardians |loin the Bradford.Union Swine Association no later than c. Each 4-H and FFA swine project must be maintained In a enable judging to be completed and Swine Association awards to
'he October 1988 meeting Membership dues are'10.00 per family.b. separate pen whether on your own premises or at the FFA be presented at the fair.No exception will be made.
All qualified 4-H and FFA members wishing to show a swine Agricultural Barn.(Only one hog per pen.) b. Each 4-H and FFA Swine exhibitor must personally complete'
must attend school in Bradford or Union County and not have d. Each 4-H and FFA swine must bo cared for by its exhibitor, only. his/her own Swine Project Record Book.
registered, for the 1989 Bradford.Union Steer Show&Sale.c. This means relatives and friends cannot raise your hog for you.e. .
All 4.H and FFA members and one parent or legal guardianmust All entries and awards In the Market Swine Show shall be subject
attend three ((3)) out of five ((5)) meetings from October 1988 to the Bradford County Fair Rules and Regulations published in GRADING:
through March 1989 before the Bradford-Union Swine Show &Sale.
Roll will be called at the beginning of each meeting. (Preferred the 1989 Fair Premium Book. a. All swine will be graded by a grader selected by the Bradford.

meetings' to attend are November January and February.) Union Swine Association committee.b. .
d. All 4-H and FFA members must turn in on "Intent to WEIGH-INS: Only swine conforming to established show standards quality
Show Membership"form at the October 1988 Bradford-Union Swine and grading No. 1 on hoof will be accepted.
Association meeting. a. The first weigh-in for the 1989 Bradford-Union Swine Show A c. Rejected swine will not be allowed In the show barn except
e. A non-refundable registration fee of '10.00 and official entry Sale will be Saturday. January 16, 1989. the freezer hog.
form must be turned in at the November 1988 Bradford-Union Swine b. All registered swine will be weighed tagged and tattooed on
Association meeting. January 14. 1989 at the Bradford County fairgrounds between the SHOW:
I Each 4.H and FFA exhibitor must assume all liability In case of hours of 8:00: a.m.and 10:00: a.m.Gate will be locked at 10:00: a.m.c. .

'"Mury or damage to, or caused by exhibitor' swine relieving the Maximum weight will be 90 pounds at the first weigh-in on a. Only swine that were weighed tagged and tattooed on
Swine Association from all 14 1989.Scaler 'Is final.
Fair Association and Bradford-Union January weight
January 14, 1989 meeting show weight and grading requirement
11. 1989. at the Brad
liability. d.The final weigh-in will be Tuesday April
will be shown at the 1989 Bradford-Union Swine Show. No excep.
ford County Fairgrounds. between the hours of 7:00: and 9:00: a.m.
tion will be made.
Gate will be locked at 9:00 m.
: a.
SWINE PROJECT REQUIREMENTS: 11. b. All entries and awards In the Market Show shall be subject to
e. Minimum weight at the second weigh-In on Tuesday April
the Bradford County Fair Rules and Regulations as published in the
1989 will be 200 pounds. Scaler weight Is final.
a.All swine must comply with health requirements of the Divisionof 1989 Fair Premium Book.
Animals Industry Florida/ Department of Agriculture and Con-


a.All swine will be sold to the highest bidder.
"HAVE TRUCKS, b. Swine must go directly to slaughter following the sale.
WILL TRAVEL" c. A 5% sales commission will be deducted from the sale price to
defray the cost of the Swine Show&Sale.
Davis d. Animals will be shrunk 3% and sold at shrunk weight. Final
weigh-in weight will determine sale weight. Scaler weight final.e. .
The cost of the photo I Is not to exceed '10.00 and will be
Express deducted from the proceeds of the sole.

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Superintendent . . . . . . . . . . . Tommy & LeRoyce Edwards

1. Exhibit will be taken on Tuesday April 11,from 700am.: tIl10:00a.m.: Judging will begin

at 10:30: a.m.. No one allowed in building while judging I I. going on. Exhibit must remain in

place until 10:00: p.m. Saturday,April 15.
2. Exhibitors are responsible far feeding and watering exhibits EACH DAY.
I 3.All birds and rabbits entered must be free from parasites and disease. KI

4. All poultry entered must be accompanied by a certificate, of purchase Indicating that the

bird came from a Pullorum-Typhoid clean Hatchery. If this certificate Is not presented, on of-
ficial negative Pullorum-Typhoid test will be given by an inspector, courtesy of the Florida HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS

Deportment of Agriculture at the time of entry.
5. Individual enteritis will be limited at the discretion of the Superintendent.

6. No padlocks on cages. s sst

7.Awards will be given Saturday night at 10 p.m.; photos will be taken of trophy winners.A e ssAso
5.00 award will be given for neatness and cleanliness of exhibit, during the fair.

The belt bird and the belt rabbit judged will receive a trophy


Superintendent . . . . . . . . .LaneTenly
864 N. Temple Ave.

Rules and Regulations NORKTON Suite Starke"E"

1. Entries In the Home Division are open to all
Telecommunications Starke
non-professionals... men women and youth.
964-7880 Starke
2. Only articles listed In this premium book will be accepted for
competition with awards of either cash or ribbons given. Sound & SecurityCOMDIAL 282-0177-Jax

3. All articles displayed must be the work of the Individual ex-
hibitor. Article bought or borrowed will not qualify.

4. No articles will be accepted for judging that have previouslybeen
exhibited at the Bradford County Fair.

5. All entries must be clean and In good condition and must have
been completed within the past twelve ((12)) months. FEATURES: __

SpeedDial r--
6.dividual.No two ((2))entries In the same lot will be accepted from one in- Handsf ree Intercom _

3,6,8 or 12 Lines

7. Entries must be brought to the Fairgrounds for registration dur- MusiconHoldDirect
ing scheduled hours. Entries will be accepted Monday, April 10, Station SAD
from 9:30: a.m. to 7:30: p.m. ONLY. Selection

B. Exhibit articles may not be removed before 10:00: P.M.on Satur- Auto Redial ( 4 NORTON
day, April 15. Removal of exhibits prior to this time will be reason Last Number
for forfeiture of any premium monies awarded. Exhibitors must Redial CO
be personally responsible for their articles. Security

9. The Fair Association will assume NO responsibility for the
damage or loss of articles exhibited. Reasonable care will be exercised -
to safeguard the articles left for display but the Fair
Association will In no way be liable.
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10. Judging will take place Tuesday 9:30: a.m. to 12 noon. The P a(\OSa( J J J r.. -1J.Ul.llll/Dm.! !: /
public will not be allowed In the building while judging Is going

11. A Blue ribbon. Red ribbon, or White ribbon will be awarded in
each lot at the discretion of the judges. There will be"Best Over-
All" rosettes awarded.
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12. Exhibits of conned goods must be in STANDARD, clear white
canning jars labeled with name and telephone number of person .44
and name of product on bottom of jar. Oki-

13. No commercial mixes or products to be entered. Cakes and 4 5
pies may be picked up after the judging is completed. A slice will
be kept for exhibiting. Account Code CO
Auto. Answer
14. All baked product must be on a heavy piece of cardboard b
covered with aluminum foil not to exceed 2 inches beyond baked Background Music *l Jon* &: .,
product. Entries will not be accepted if these requirements are Call Forward c:
not met. Call Waiting + i

15. A recipe Is required for "Most Unusual Use of Strawberries in CO Clock Line StatusConference Gj I I:1. : '-6ij, 't3 j .
Baked Product". If questions arise about an entry, a recipe will be

requested. Flex. Line Assign.Calling Micro Processor Technologyflex.

FOOD DEPARTMENT Night Svc. State-of-the-Art Touch-Tone

Flex. Ringing Assg. Control I
OVER-ALL ROSSETTEAdult Hands-Free Answer V Microwave Security Beams
Division 5.00 *- Youth Dlviilon-'S.OO Up to 22 Lines ,
.:,, ,.: Passive Infrared Security
1 Bean 1st1.00 2nd-75' 3rd-50 Options .- Beams
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Lot 2 Com 1st1.00 2nd-75 3rd-SO High Reliability
Lot 3 Greens ht '1.00 2nd-75' 3rd-50'
Lot 4 Okra 1st1.00 2nd-75 3rd-50' Battery Back-up
LotS Pea 1st '1.00 2nd-75' 3rd-50'
Lot 6 Potatoes 1st1.00 2nd-7S 3rd-50
Security for Home and Business
Lot 7 Squash 1st "1.00 2nd-7S 3rd-50
Lot 8 Tomatoes 1st1.00 2nd-75' 3rd-50
Lot 9 Soup Mix 1st1.00 2nd-75' 3rd50'Lot
10 Misc. ht '1.00 2nd-7S 3rd-SO


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Continued from page 7 CLASS PRESERVES Lot 3 Citrus I ht 1.00 2nd.7S'3rd.5Q'

CLASS II FRUITS Lot 1 Berries hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 4 Peach ht .. 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 1 Apple ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 2 Fig hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'Lol Lot SPear ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
2 Berries ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 3 Peach ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 6 Fig let-1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 7 Grape ht -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 3 Fig Lot 4 Pear hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'Lal
2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 8 Moyhaw/Plum hi -1,00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
4 Peach hi 1.00 Lot S Strawberry hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'Lot .
SPear ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.50' Lot 6 Miscellaneous hi -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 9 Vegetable ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
lot 6 Plum ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.SO' Lot 10 Strawberry ht -1.00 2nd.7S'3rd.SO'
Lot 7 Miscellaneous ht 1.00 2nd. 7S' 3rd SO' CLASS VI- JAMS. MARMALADES Lot 11 Miscellaneous ht.1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 1 Berries ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
CLASS III PICKLES Lot 2 Citrus l ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
lot 1 Bread & Butter ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 3 Fig hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' CLASS VIII JUICES
Lot 2 Cucumber hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 4 Grope hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.5O' Lot I Tomatoes ht.-1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 3 Dills lot1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot S Peach hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 2 Fruits ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 4 Fruit hi -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 6 Pear hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 3 Miscellaneous ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.SO'
Lot S Vegetable ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 7 Strawberry hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 6 Pepper hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 8 Vegetable hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' CLASS IX HONEY & SYRUP
Lot 7 Miscellaneous ht -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 9 Mango hi '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 1 Berry ht '1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.5Q'
Lot 10 Butters lst-1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 2 Citrus ht -1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.5Q'
Lot 1 Corn ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 11 Miscellaneous ht.1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 3 Strawberry ht .-1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.SO'
Plain ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.5Q'
Lot 4 Honey -
lst1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'Lot
Lot 2 Cucumber .
3 Fruit hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' CLASS VII-JELLIES Lot-5 Miscellaneous ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.5Q'
: Lot I Apple '1 00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
l hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' '
Lot 4 Vegetable llet
lot S M15c..llon..n", 1st-;1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 2 Berry 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' CLASS X SAUCES .
Lot 1 Fruit hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.so'
\ Lot 2 Vegetable hl-1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 3 Miscellaneous ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.SO'

Starke City Officials Salute CLASS II BAKED PRODUCTSBEST

The Bradford County Fair OVER-ALL ROSETTE
Adult Division 5.00 Youth Division '5.00

J."i''!' Lo1! I Quick Breads
.. ; .. r- ((3 Biscuits 3 Muffins) ht 1.00 2nd-75 3rd-50'
... .J. Lot 2 Specialty Breads
,'T: Banana Orange Date
Nut Etc.) 1st-11.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
: ;li Lot 3 Yeast Bread lst-2.00 2nd-1.00 3rd.7S'
amid Lot 4 Yeast Rolls ((6)) ht '2.00 2nd -1.00 3rd 75'
Lot S Pound ht '2.00 2nd.1.00 3rd.7S'
i \ Lot 6 Specialty Cakes
(Prune Oatmeal Etc.) lot '2.00 2nd1.00 3d.7S'
Lot 7 layer Cake ht 2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.7S'
Lot 8 Fruit Cake 1st '2.00 2nd1.00 3d.7S'
Lot 9 Cakes (Decorated) ht '2.00 2nd.1.00 3d.7S'
Lot 10 Character Cake hi 2.00 2nd-1.00 3d.7S'
Lot 1 11 Cup Cakes ((6 any kind) hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.SO'
Lot 12 Cookies ((6 of any kind) hi 1.00 2nd.7S' 3d.5Q'
Lot 13 Brownies hi -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.50'(
+ Lot 14 Pies-Cream, Custard.or
Chiffon hl- '2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.7S'
r Lot 15 Pies Fruit Nut Veg. ht.-2.00 2nd -1.00 3rd. 75'
Lot 16 Most Unusual U..ofSirawb..rrl..ln
Prod.With Recipe ht.-3.00 2nd. '2.00 3rd. '1.00
.. Lot 17 Miscellaneous 1st -1.00 2nd. 7S' 3d SO'


I Fudge ((6)) ht 2.00 2nd. '1.00 3rd. 7S'

1st Row: Ed Wall, Bobby Biggs, Vernon Silcox, Charles Schaefer lot 2 Divinity46)(( ) ht 2.00 2nd.-1.00 3d. 75'

2nd Row: Neil Tucker, Travis Woods, Terence Brown, City Attorney, Jimmy lot 3 Pecan Peanut Brittle ((6)) ht.-2.00 2nd.-1.00 3d .. 75'
lot 4 Other Candies ((6)) hi 2.00 2nd -1.00 3d 75'
Epps, Chief of Police.



Adult Division '5.00 Youth Division '5.00

Lot 1 Dresses 1ot.'I.OO 2nd-7S' 3d.SO'
Lot 2 Playsuit' 1ot.1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Bradford Lot 3 Jackets ht..OO 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
CountyFair '
Lot 4 Skirts 1ot.1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot S Shirts ht.1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.50'
Lot 6 Sleepwear ht.'I.OO 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 7 Miscellaneous 1ot.'I.OO 2nd-7S' 3rd.50'

CLASS II GARMENTS Ladies and Girls
Lot 1 Girls Dress. Casual ht '2.00 2nd 1.00 3rd 75'
Lot 2 Girls Dress. Dressy ht 2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.7S'
Lot 3 Coot of Jacket ht.2.oo 2nd-1.00' 3rd.75'
Lot 4 Apron ht.1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot S Blouse ht.'I.OO 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 6 Veat. Cape. Poncho ht.2.00 2nd-1.00 3rd.75'
Lot 7 Formal Wear, I.e. -
<[U PONJ> wedding dress. special
occasion ht -13.00 2nd -2.00 3rd -4-00
Lot 8 Dress lot.2.00 2nd..00 3rd.7S'
-<<1""' ......_..... Lot 9 Suit ht.2.00 2nd-.00 3rd.7S'
.' Lot 10 Skirt 1.t-1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot""11 Slacks, Shorts lot.1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 12 Miscellaneous 1.t-.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.5O'

Chemicals & Pigments Dept. Lot 1 Sport Coats ht '2.00 2nd -1.00 3rd 75'
Lot 2 Suits ht.3.00 2nd-2.00' 3rd.'I.OO,
Florida Plant Lot 3 Trousers or Shorts ht-1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 4 Robe, Pajamas ht.1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 5 TalloredlWeatern

Shirts 1t-: 2nd-7S' 3rd.SO'
Lot 6 Vest .:11.00 2nd-75' 3rd.5O'
Lot 7 Miscellaneous ht.1.00 .2nd-7S' 3rd.5O'

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CLASS IV. LINGERIE Lot 6 Tablecloth ht.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd..00 CLASS VII. KNITTING
Lot 1 Gown or Pajamas ht.2.00 2nd." .00 3rd.7S' Lat 7 Pothold.rs. Dollies ht -1.00 2nd. 75' 3rd 0 SO' Lot'1 Baby Afghan Ut-'2.00 2nd1.00 3rd. 75'
Lot 2 Robe ht.2.00 2nd-" .00 3rd.7S' Lot 8 Mats ht '1.00 2nd. 75' 3rd 50' Lot 2 Large Afghan Ut.-3.00 2nd2.00 3rd-1.00
Lot 3 SUp ht.1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 9 Edgings (pillowcase. Lot 3 Small Afghan 'Ut-'2.00 2nd1.00 3rd-7S'
Lot 4 Brief ht.1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd-SO' towels. scarv.s, .te.) ht.-1.00 2nd. 75' 3rd SO' Lot 4 Infant' Set ((2 or
Lot 5 Slippers ht.1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd-SO' Lot 10 Coat Poncho 1st '3.00 2nd. '2.00 3rd. .00 more pieces) UM2.00 2nd-01.00 3rd-73'
Lot 6 Miscellaneous ht..OO 2nd.7S' 3rd-SO' Lot 11 Infant Sots ((2/Mor. Lot 3 Cap, Poncho Ut-'3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Pea.) ht '2.00 2nd -1.00 3rd 75' Lot 6 Shawl Ut-'2.00 2ndM.OO2ndM.OO 3rd-7S'
CLASS V.CLOTHING ACCESSORIES Lot 12 Cape ht -3.00 2nd. '2.00 3rd. '1.0 o Lot 7 Vest Man' Ut-'2.00 3rd-73
Lot 13 Shawl 1-2.00 2nd.-1.00 3rd 75' Lot 8 Vest Woman' Ut-'2.00 2nd1.00 3rd-73'
Lot 1 Hats. Gloves or Lot ,14 Vst Mans ht -2.00 -1.00 3rd 75' lot 9 Sweater Man' lt-3.0O 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Scarves ht..OO 2nd.7S' 3re1.SO' Lot 15 Vsf Womans 1st -2.00 2nd.-1.00 3rd. 75' Lot 10 Sweater, Woman' lt-'3.00 2nd2.00 3rd-M.OO
Lot 2 Pocketbooks ht.2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.7S' Lot 16 Sweater Mans ht.-3.00 2nd. '2.00 3rd1..0 0 Lot 11 Accessories: Clove.
Lot 3 Ties or Belts ht.1.00 2nd.7S' 3re1-5O' Lot 17 Sweater Woman 1st '3.00 2nd.2.oo 3rd. .00 handbag scarf, hot, ,
Lot 4 Other Accessories ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' Lot 18 Accessories: glows, Upper Ut2.00Ut'l.OO 2nd1.00 3rd-73'
handbags, scarf hat. Lot 12 Holiday 2nd73'2nd7S' 3rd-SO'
slippers 'let -2.00 2nd.-1.00 3rd 75' Lot '13 Miscellaneous Itt-M.OO 3rd-50'
CLASS VI.NEEDLECRAFT.CROCHET Lot 19 Dress ht '3.00 2nd. '2.00 3rd -1.
Lot 1 Baby Afghan ht.2.oo 2nd1.00 3rdo7S' Lat 20 110.... ht -2.00 2nd. '1.00 3rd 75'00CLASS VIII'-HOME FURNISHINGS LINENS
Lot 2 Large Afghan ht.3.oo 2nd2.00 3rd1.00 Lot 21 Holiday ht '1.00 2nd. 75' 3rd 50' Lot 1 Bedspread 11 '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd -1.00
Lot 3 Small Afghan ht.2.oo 2nd1.00 3rd.7S' Lat 22 Miscellaneous ht '1.00 2nd. 75' 3re1 SO' Lot 2 Tablecloth lunch met Ut '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd '1.00
Lot 4 Lap Robe ht.1.oo 2nd.7S' 3rd-5O' Lot 3 Tablecloth,
Lot 5 Bedspread' ht.3.oo 2nd2.00 3rd1.00 candktwlcklng Ut '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd M.00
Lot 4 Tablecloth counted
cro-tltch t.t '3.00 2nd2.00 3rd M.OO
Lat 5 Tablecloth embroideryliquid.
mb. lit '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd M.00
Lot 6 Tablecloth Holiday Ut '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd M.OO
lot 7 Plllowca Ut '2.00 2nd 1.00 3rd-73"
lotslot Towel Ut M.OOStarve 2nd .75' 3rd -50'
ENRON GAS PROCESSING: 9 ht .".00 2nd 75' 3rd 50'
Lot 10 Placeman: 1st 1.00 2nd 7S'3rd .

PART OF YOUR LIFE Lot 11 Quilt. Baby Ut '3.00 50'2nd '2.00 3rd 1.00
Lot 12 Quilt. Handitltched 1>t ....00 2nd '3.00 3rd '2.00
Lot 13 Quilt, Applique Ut '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd '1.00
lot 14 Quilt, Embroidered Ut '3.C3<:: 2nd '2.00 3rd 1.00
Lot 15 Quilt. Machine-Mode Ut '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd '1.00
lot 16 Miscellaneous 1st '1.00 2nd75' 3rd -S0'

Some of Florida's
major energy CLASS 'IX RUGS
Lot 1 Hooked or Braided
I lat '3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd M 1.00
needs Large -
are being met by two im- lot 2 Hooked or Braided.

Small lat '2.00 2nd '1.00 3rd75'
portant facilities of ENRON INC. ., Lot 3 Novelty Method ht '2.00 2nd '1.00 3rd 75'
Lot 4 Holiday lit '2.00 2nd 1.00 3rd 75'

located in Bradford County. I CLASS X PILLOWS ((2))
lot 1 Condlewlcklng Ut -''2.00 2nd -" .00 3rd75';
lot 2 CrOM-Stitch, Counted Ut '2.00 1.00 3rd -.75'I
I lot 3 Crewel Ut 2.00 2nd.1.00 3rd -73'
lot 4 Crochet Ut 2.00 1.00 3rd .75'
Lot 5 Embroidery/Liquid Ut 2.00 2nd 1.00 3rd -73'
Enron Gas is
Processing annually Lot 6 Fabric Ut '2.00 2nd 1.00 3rd75'
Lot 7 latch Hook Ut '2.00 1.00 3rd .75'
producing 45 million gallons of Lot 8 Needlepoint Ut 2.00 2nd 1.00 3rd75'
Lot 9 Patchwork Ut 2.00 2nd1.00 3rd .75'
lot 10 Quilted Ut '2.00 2nd -'1.00 3rd -73
such specialized fuels as pro- lot 11 Specialty, I..., Baby I ht '1.00 2nd -75' 3rd-SO1
lot 12 Acrylic Painted Ut '2.00 2ndM.OO2nd 3rd -73'
Lot 13 Russian Needlepoint Ut '2.0C 1.00 3rd -73'
pane butanes and natural Lot 14 Miscellaneous lat '1.00 2nd -75' 3rd .SO'

gasolines. 1 Embroidery on WearIng -
Apparel ht '1.00 2nd .75' 3rd .SO'
lot 2 Tatting I-1.00 2nd .75' 3rdS0'
Lot 3 Weaving, Swedish lat -1.00 2nd .75' 3rdSr'/
Let 4 Liquid Embroidery lat '1.00 2nd .75' 3rd50'
Florida Gas Transmission Com- Lot 3 Loomed lat '1.00 2nd .75' 3.d .SO'
2nd75' 3re1 ..SO'I
Lot 6 Cut WorkLot lat 1.00
I 7 Crow/Counted Cross
pany Compressor Station 16 pro- Stitch lat '1.00 2nd75' 3rd .50'
I Lot 8 Chicken Scratch lat '1.00 2nd .75' 3rd ..SO'I
I Lot 9 Miscellaneous 1.t '1.00 2nd .75' 3rd .SO'
vides a vital link in the system .

that delivers 85 percent of

Florida's natural supply.We
gas c;

US Hwy 301 Starke 964-5069

are proud to play our part in 1 Block South of State Road 100

the success of Bradford County.



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DIVISION people authorized to remove entries from the booth. LotS Cokes (plain) Blue '2.00 Rd 1.00 Whit 75'
Rod Buchele, Chairman 6. Ribbons and premiums will be awarded by the Danis,h Lot 6 Cakes (Iced) Blue '200 RdM.OO Whit 75'
system and all decisions of the official judges and fa ir Lot 7 Cakes (decorated appearance -
only) must
1 1. Entries and exhibitors must be acceptable to the 4-H management will be final. be on a baked cake Blue '2.00 Rod '1.00 White. 75'
Youth Division Chairman, the 4-H Extension Agent, andthe 7. All baked goods must be on a heavy piece of care I- lot 8 Pies Blue '2.00 Rd- '1.00 While 75'
Fair Association. board covered with aluminum foil, not to exceed 2 i ir I I- Lot 9 Exhibit of Merit Blue 1.00 Red 75' Whit* 50-

2. Exhibitors must be a bonafide 4-H Club member i in, ches beyond baked product. Entries will not be accepte d CLASS II.BREADSLot

counties which do not have if these requirements are not met. Whit '
Bradford or adjacent county 1 Biscuits4 dz Blue 1.00 Red 75' sod
fairs. 8. Entry and judging procedures schedule will be prlnte lot 2 Muffins Y'', dz Blue 1.00 Rd 75' Whit SO'

3. Judging of entries will be related to age and ex- and publicized by the 4-H office. Lot 3 Other, Quick Breads
9. The Fair Association and management will not b e Vi dz Blue 1.00 Rd 75' Whit SO'
oerience. Lot 4 Quick Bread loaf Blue 1.00 Rd 75' White 50'
must be the work of the individual and completed responsible In case of accident or loss of exhibit. .
j Lot 5 Yeast Rolls '/4 dz Blue '2.00 Rd 1.00 White 75'
: within the last twelve ((12)) months. Entries should lot 6 Other Yeast Breads
be the result of 4-H project work. A project book will note BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE '\', dz Blue '2.00 Rd 1.00 While 7575'
:: considered an entry. Only one entry per lot will be accepted Junior Division '5.00 Senior Division '5.00 lot 7 Yeast Loaf Blue '2.00 Red '1.< Lot 8 Exhibit of Merit Blue 1.00 Red 73" While SOSO'
5 All entries must remain until Saturday evening, April Clo.i I DESSERTSLot CLASS III-CANNED PRODUCTSLot
'5. Premium and ribbon will be forfeited if exhibits are 1 Candles '/. doz. Blue 1.00 Red 75' Whit 50" Vegetable Blue 1.00 Rd-75' Whit '
Lot 2 Cookies '/, doz. Blue '1.0O Red 75' Whit SO .
emoved before that time. The superintendent, county lot 2 Fruits Blue M.00 Red 75- Whit SO'
Lot 3 Brownies -'h doz. Blue Red Whit 50'
1 00 75' LotS PicklesRelishes Blue Red 75' White soso'
will be the
extension home ec"n"mi't or 4-H agent only Lot 4 Cupcakes '/ dz Blue '1.00 Rd 75' White 50' 75Whit '
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LotS Preserves Blue '1.00 Rd-75' While, so1
Lot 6 Jellies Blue 1.00 Red 75' Whit soBlu '
Lot 7 Jams *1.00 Red 75' Whit SO'

1 Apron Blue 1.00 Red 75' White 50-
s Lot 2 Scarf Blue '1.00 Red 75' White 50-
Lot 3 Tote or Hand Bog Blue 1.00 Rd 75' White 50-
Lot 4 Cap, Poncho or Vs Blue 1.00 Red 75' White SO-
LotS T-Shlrt Blue 1.00 Red 75' White SO-
Lot 6 Skirt Blue 1.00 Red 75' White SO-
Lot 7 Blouse or Skirt Blue 1.00 Red 75' White. SO-
Lot B Dress or Jumper Blue '1.00 Red 75' White SO-
Lot 9 Pants (slacks, shorts,
gauchoes. etc.) Blue 1.00 Red 7" White SO-
lot 10 Jumpsuit Blu*1.00 Rod 75' White SO-
lot 11 Childs Clothing
((0-6 years) Blue 1.00 Red 7" White SO-
III I Lot 12 Sleepwear Blue 1.00 Red 75 White SO'
Lot 13 Bathing Suit Blue_ 1.00 Red 75 White 50'
Lot 14 2 Piece Outfit Blue 1.00 Red 75- Whit 50'
Lot 15 3 Piece Outfit Blue 1.00 Red 7" Whit 50'
lot 16 Coat or Jacket Blue 1.00 Red 7" White 50-
Lot 17 Evening Wear Blue 1.00 Red 7" White -SO
Lot 18 Appllqued or Embroidered
Clothing Blu* 1.00 Red 75 White SO1
Lot 19 Accessories, (men's
ties, belts, etc.) Blue 1.00 Red 75' Whit 50-
Lot 20 Miscellaneous Blue "'.00 Red 75' White SO'

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Lot T Wall Hangings Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. SO' taken a.part of a 4.H Photography Prolect.
Lot I People Photo Blue -1.00 Red 75. White. 50'
Lot 2 Bulletin Board Blue 1.00 Rod 75' White. SO'
Lot 3 Decorative Pillow or Lot 2 Animal Photo Blue '1.00 Red 75. Whit. 50'

Stuffed Animal Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. SO' Lot 3 Landscape Photo Blue '1.00 Red 75. White. SO'

Lot 4 Holiday Crafts Blue '1.00 Rod 75' White. 50'Lot Lot.4 Photo Story Blue '1.00 Red .75. White. 50'
Lot 5 My favorite Photo Blue .
5 Framed. Picture 1.00 Red 75. White SO'

(any media) Blue-1.00 Red 75' White. SO' Class IX

Lot 6 String Art Blue-1.00 Red 75' White. 50' Soot Bolt Safety j

Lot 7 Mosaic Seed. Gloss, Lot I Soot Bolt Safety Poster Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. SO'

Stone otc. -1.00 Red 75' White. SO' Lot 2 Soot Bolt Safety bhlbltBlue. '1.00 Red 75. Whlto 50'Lot

Lot 8 Macrame -1.00 Red 75' White. 50' 3 Soot Bolt Safety Action

Lot 9 Sand Art -1.00 Red 75' White. SO' Exhibit Blue-1.00 Red 75' White. SO'

Lot 10 Decoupage -1.00 Red 75' White. 50' Class X, SPIRES IGA

Lot 11 Candies -1.00 lied 75' White. 50' Self Care Project
Lot 12 Ceramics Blue-1.00 Red 75' White. SO' 496-3361
Lot 1 No Cook Snack -1.00 Red 75. White. 50'Lot
Lot 13 Crocheted Articles Blue-1.00 lied 75' White. 50' 2 Poster or Exhibit Lake Butler, Florida
Lot 14 Knitted Article -1.00 lied 75' White 50'(
Showing Safety Rules Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50'
Lot 15 Embroidered Article Blue '1.00 lied 75' White. SO' Lot 3 Poster or Exhibit
Lot 16 Needlepoint Article Blue -1.00 lied 75' White 50'
Showing EmergencyProcedures
Lot 23 DrowingsPaintings -1.00 Red 75' White SO' .
Bluo 1.00 Red 75' White. SO'Lot
Blue-2.00 lied -1.00 White. 75' SALES
Lot 24 Weaving 4 Poster or Exhibit PUMPS AND
Lot 25 Quilling Blue '3.00 lied '2.00 Whit.. .'I.IX,
Showing 4 Food PARTS
Stitch Blue -2.00 Red -1.00 White. 75'
Lot 26 Counted Cross PLUMBING
Group. Blue 1.00 Red 75' Whlto SO'
Lot 27 Condlewlcklng Blue '3.00 Red '2.00 White -1.00, SERVICE
Lot 5 Poster or Exhibit
Lot 28 Exhibit of Merit Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50'
Showing or More WELL DRILLING
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CLASS HORTICULTURE You Are Alone Blue. '1.00 Red 75''IIh1t.' 50'

Lot 1 House Nan.flowerlng Plants Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50' Class. XIMI.c. R.V. DURRANCEPump
Lot 2 Flowering HousePlants
Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50' Poster or exhibit showing work In proiect. and Supply Co.
Lot I Vet Science Blue '1.00 Red 75' White SO'
White. 50'Lot
Lot 3 Cactus and Succulents Blue 1.00 Red 75'
White. SO' Lot 2 Small Engines Blue '1.00 Red 75. White. SO' Phone 964-7061
4 Hanging Baskets Blue 1.00 Red 75'
Blue Red 75' White. 50'
Lot 5 Terrariums -1.00 Red 75' White. SO' Lot 3 Bicycle 1.00
Lot 4 Electric Blue '1.00 Rod 75. White SO'
Lot 6 Container
Ornamentals Blue "1.00 Red 75' White. 50' Lot 5 Area Space Blue '1.00 Red 75. White-50' 864 N.Temple Ave.,Starke
Lot 6 Conservation Blue '1.00 Red 75' White SO'
Lot 7 Cut Flowers
Lot 7 Forestry Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50'
White. 50'Lot
((3 blooms) Blue 1.00 Red 75'
Lot 8 Wlldllle Blue-1.00 Red 75' White. SO'
8 Container V.g.tabls -1.00 Red 75' White. SO' MacClean. Water Conditioners
Lot 9 Marine Education Blue-1.00 Red 75' White. 50'Lot
White. SO'
Red 75'
Lot 9 Harvested Vegetables Blue 1.00
10 Citizenship Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. SO'
Lot 10 Vegetable Seed Lot 11 Recreation Blue '1.00 Red 75' White 50'
White. SO'
Collection Blue 1.00 Red 75'
Health Blue '1.00 Red 75' Whit 50'
Lot 12
Lot 11 Exhibit of Merit Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50'Class T PBIDS 1
Lot 13 Safety Blue 1.00 Red 75' Whit.So

Lot 14 Child Core Blue '1.00 Red 75' Whlla SO'

VII Lot 15 Insect Collection Blue- '1.00 Red 75' White. 50' r-er-u

WoodworkingLot Lot 16 Hone Project Blue- '1.00' Red 75' Whlto 50'
I Coping Saw Puzzle Blue 1.00 Red 75' White.
Lot 17 Dog Care Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50'
2 Nail Paint Design Blue. '1.00 Red 75' White SO'Lot
Lot 18 Any other 4-H project -1.00 Red 75' White. 50'
3 Letter Holder Blue-1.00 Red 75' White. 50'Lot
Lot 19 Project of Merit -1.00 Red 75. Whlto 50' Wool
4 Picture Frame Blue '1.00 Red 75' White. 50'Lot
Red White. 50'Lot
Lot 20 Youth Leadership -1.00 75'
5 Note Holder Blue '1.00 Red 75' White 50'Lot
21 Blue Sky Space Exhibit Blu.'l On! Red-75. Whit.-SO' .
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Grace Faulkner . . . . . . Chairman Superintendent . . . . . . . Bobby Taylor

Grace Fullwood . . . . . . Atsistan PRIZES
BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE 1. Entries will be accepted between 9:30: a.m. 7:30: p.m. Mon BLUE AWARD 2.00 RED AWARD 1.00 WHITE AWARD 75'

ADULT DIVISION $5.00 YOUTH DIVISION $5.0 day April 10. Entries must remain In place until 10 p.m. Saturday

Rules and Regulations April 15. Rules and Regulations

I All exhibits in the Arts and Crafts Division will be limited to hobbyist
CLASS I CROPS 1. All eggs must be chicken eggs and selected by the exhibitor.
Professional and/or commercial exhibitors will be allowedto
2. There will be and / for
an extra large a large class white and
PRIZES brown
2 Only articles listed In this premium list will be accepted for com AWARD-3.00 eggs.
petition, with awards given. BLUE AWARD WHITE 5.00 AWARD RED'2.00 3 large eggs shall average not less than 24 oz. per dozen. Extra

3. All articles displayed must be the work of the exhibitor. Articles large not less than 27 oz. per dozen.

bought or borrowed will not qualify 4. All eggs must be entered as single dozens.lot .
Lot 1 10 ears yellow corn
4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for judging that has previously been
Lot:2 10 ears white corn
exhibited, in the Bradford County Fair. Lot 3 Sweet potatoes ((10 each variety) 1 Large white eggs lot 3 Large brown eggs
In the will be accepted from one Individual. -
5. No two entries, some product
Lot 4 Miscellaneous Lot 2- Extra large white eggs Lot 4 Extra large brown eggs

I All entries must be clean and in good condition. CLASS II. VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
All articles entered In this division must have been completed BLUE AWARD '3.00 RED AWARD-2.00

within the past twelve months. WHITE AWARD-1.00
6. Entries must be brought to the Fairgrounds for registration duringthe
scheduled hours. Entries will b. accepted Monday from 9:30: a.m.
Lot 1 Best vegetable displayLot
until 7:30: p.m.
2 Individual vegetableLot
9. Exhibit articles may not be removed before 10:00: p.m. on Saturday
Individual fruit
April 15. Removal of exhibits prior to this time will be reason for 3
Lot 4 Individual nuts((1 lb. each variety) j
forfeiture of premium monies awarded. Exhibitors must personally
Lot 5 Rare specimentCLASS j "
attend to the removal of their article a

10. In classes where there Is no competition ribbons will be awardedat III MISCELLANEOUSBLUE t
the discretion of the judges. 75'1
11. The Fair Association will assume NO responsibility for the
damage or loss of articles exhibited. Reasonable care will be exercisedto WHITE AWARD SO'Lot

safe-guard the articles left for display but the Fair Association will in
1 Best jar of honey extractedlot \
be liable.
12.way Pictures should be properly mounted and able to handle. 2 Best jar of honey In comb

13. Each article must labeled with name and address of exhibitor. lot 3 Best jar of syrup

14. Judging will take place Tuesday, 9:30: a.m. til noon. NO ONE Lot 4 Other miscellaneous

15. Popular categories will be sub-divided at the discretion of the


LOll 1 Ol, Paintings 1st.3.00 2nd.2.00 3rd.'I.00 w
Lot 2 Charcoal Draw 1st3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00 t

Lot 3 Pen or P.nc 1st3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Lot 4 Pastel 1st3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Lot 5 Watercolor IIt.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Lot 6 Yarn IIt.2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.75'
Lot 7 Needle Punch IIt.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Lot B Needlepoint IIt.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd.1.00
lot 9 Crolltltch IIt.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd.1.OC Bradford County Commissioners
Lot 10 Crewel Ist.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd.'I.O Lot 11 Ceramics (stained) IIt.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd.1.C
Cordially invite everyone to attend and enjoy the
Lot 12 Ceramics (glazed) IIt.3.00 2nd2.00
lot 13 Macrame IIt.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd.1 00' 39th Annual Bradford County Fair
Lot 14 Jewelry IIt.2.00 2nd!1.00 3rd.7:
Lot 15 Stuffed Animals IIt.3.oo 2nd'2.00 3rd.'I.00 April 11 April 15 1989

lot 16 Dolls (Cloth) 111-3.00 2nd2.00 3rd.1.oo
lot 17 Dolls (Crochet) IIt.3.oo 2nd2.00 3rd.'I.oo'
Lot I 18 Stained Gloss IIt.3.oo 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Lot 19 Wood Items IIt.3.oo 2nd2.00 3rd1.00'
Lot 20 Plac.mot Creations l.t.2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.7S'
Lot 21 Kitchen, Magnets IIt.2.00 2nd1.00 3rd.75' Visit
Lot 22 Novelties ht.3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Lot 23 Folk Art IIt.3.oo 2nd2.00 3rd1.00
Lo'' 24 Miscellaneous 111-3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00


Bucheie' Chairman

Rod Bucheie. A..,. Chairman

1 Entries must be the work of the exhibitor., (However may, be

commercially developed and printed.) ,.
2. Entries will be accepted Monday April 10. 3 00 p.m. to 6 30 --

p.m 3. Entries nuy, rci 1 oe removed before 10.00 p.m. on Soiuraoy .Ross Chandler Joe RIddick

April IS. Premium' money will be forfeited' on early removals.
4. One photo per lot number may be entered.
5. Exhibitor, may enter on only dIvision Professional cr
6. All photos, must be mounted for display (complete with well

hanger). t
7 Photos Amateur, Division' can be 3x5 or larger. Photos in -
,the Professional Division should b. 5x7 or larger. No photos :
larger than 16x20.
8. The Fair Association, will assume no responsibility for the 1.1 ..tiea

damage or Ion of articles exhibited. Reasonable care will be exercised .
to safe-guard the article left for display' but the FaifA ,
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-oiioion, will in no way be liable. .
E.L. "Nook"

Professional '5.00 Amateur'5.00

, Lot I landscape I lt.3.00 2nd2.00: 3rd-M .00
Lot 2 Candid People t 113.00 2nd2.00 3id-'I.OO
Lot 3 Animal l.t.3.oo 2nd--2 00 3rd-1.00
lot 4 Portraits I lsf-3.00 2nd-2'OP 3rd-'1.0a
Lot County Fairs. lst-3.00 2nd2.00 3rd1.00 a -

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FUTURE r, Patrick B. Welch & Assoc., Inc. ,
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Come See Us At The Bradford County Fair Our/a/ Hutdium,Your
Member Rtlalumt Rep" & Mrs. Terence
Keystone Heights District 473-4917 KlyttmiDotricI M. Brown t
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Gem to Qrs Dr. and Mrs. John Denmark J l r
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,a e, 16. Bradford County Fair April 89HORTICULTURE

\\ : DIVISION' '

Chairman . . . . . . . . . . . Oianrte Westcon
Walter Wesrcoit

Rules and Regulations 9. Money will be paid from awards marked In judges book and not from ribbons that may be attached
1. Entries in the Horticulture, Division, are open to the residents of Florida. to plants. A special "Best In Show" will be given to the best plant In show chosen from the 1st
2. All articles, displayed must be the work of'the exhibitor., place winners In each category. "Best In Class". ribbons will be awarded for each class and at the
3. All entries, must have established plants that have been growing for months not last minute, put discretion of'the judge

togetners. 10. The Fair Association will assume no responsibility for the damage or loss of articles exhibited.
4. Plants are judged against, perfection not another plant. Reasonable care will be exercised to safeguard the articles left for display but the Fair Associationwill .
5. More than one entry of' different, species of one genera may De entered per 'lot number not to exceed In no way be liable.

2 per lot. 11.Judging will take place Tuesday at 10:00: a.m. No one Is allowed in the building while judging Is
6. Plants and flowers must be cleaned trimmed free'from scale, ,insects ono other disease. ana ex- going on.
nibited, in proper containers. Cloy pots need not be painted. Absolutely no cons except those 12. New categories may be created at the discretion of the judges.
especially made for plant containers will be accepted. 13. Institutional'class will not be In competition with general public.
7. Entries. must be brought to ins Fairgrounds for registration, curing scheduled hours. Entries, will

oe accepted Monday April 10, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.;5 p.m. to 9 p.m. DIVISION ADULT DIVISION
8. Exhibit, articles may not oe removed before' 9:00: p.m. Soturaay April IS. Removal ot exhibits, YOUTH
prior to 9.00 p.rt. will be reason for forfeiture of' any premium, monies, awarded. Exhibitors' must INSTITUTION DIVISION
personally attend to the removal of their articles,


Outstanding Exhibit 5.00 S Ribbon
Beat In Clan M.OO ft Ribbon
ht Prize: M.OO 2nd Prize: 75'
3rd Prize: 90' 4th Prize: Ribbon
Compliments of --
HOUSE PLANTS lots EuphorMo (Crown of Thom.)
toll Aroucorla, E.-Ioa l (Norfolk Island. Pin., ) lot A MIKoUonoou Cacti
COURTHOUSEOFFICIALS loll DI H..tbochla: (Dumb Cam) lot 1 Mltcollonoou. Succulontt,
lot S Dracoonla loll Opuntla(Prlcfclvr' P_)
lot t Plloa tot* Crawls:
Lot S Popporomlo tot 'IOKKT.II' Mid loll Cactus
lot 6 Phllodwidran Lot I I Bcheveito
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lot*: Cola. toll I Chlorophyll". .. (Spd.r Plait, )
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lot I I 5 lot laSornvororia tot 4 FloctranriHwCSwodlthlvy( )

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for over 33 Years'
-- Fine Jewelry
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4 Master Jewelers
2 Master Watchmakers

2 Gemologists B2 1 FEED
Designing Ear Piercing INGREDIENTS
Engraving Class Rings
Diamonds Gemstones Jewelry Repairs
&Synthetic Stones .Watch&Clock PHONE(904)964-8083 ,
We are an Active Supporter oj
Set to perfection Repairs
The Starke-Bratfford
Deerfoot Village 446 W.Madison St.
County Chamberof
Shopping Ctr. In the Marketplace Commerce

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904-964-6881 TONY AND LESLIE'S

904-964-4747 TAXIDERMYRT.

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MITCHELL'S DRUG STORESince Annual Strawberry Invitational


127 E. Call Street -Downtown Starke




, r Starke Golf & Country Club .

Generic Drugs Available 36 Hole Medal Play

Workers' CompensationWe Invitational May 6& 7, 1989

ENTRY FEE $60.00
Honor Most Insurance Cards

Mail Entry Blank & Fee To:
Russell Stover Candies
Starke Golf & Country Club
CitiCorp Express Money Order .
Hallmark Cards Route 1, Box 869
.Soda Fountains Starke Florida 32091
Telephone 964-5441

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ARL Hillbilly MusicAll
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.Sincerely'AppreciatedLawtey Instruments & Equipmentfor

Country & Bluegrass
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Hwy 21 North
Keystone Heights

1/4 Mile From Traffic Light Across
From Sabo's
Open: 1:00-8:00: :
Mon-Sat. 473-7505-/ *. -

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At Western Steer we greet with Good Food
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Cut &Wrap 1 18 Facilities Party
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Butchering can be arranged -
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6 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days a week

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Cattle, Chickens and Hogs
We Purchase Corn

P.O. Box 448
Lake Butler, Florida ,. ,
Phone 496-2266




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Jimmie & Shirley Gaskins
Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association

Poultry & Hay: FarmRt.


2, Box 2095

Clyatt, President
1964-83561 Charles McKinney, VicePresidentRay
MEMBER Norman, Sec.-Treas..
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Restaurant These'Low Everyday Prices!

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01 Starke ;,
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Open Mon.-Thurs.\ 4 pm-2 am "Gasoline! Diesel Kerosene&Motor _
Friday. &Saturday 1 pm-2 am i! VISIT OUR
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CO., INC. Burger Good only King at participating Restaurants reg. French fries and medium soft drink.

General Contractors GAINESVILLE
1-75 and Archer Road
e No.Main St. & 16th Ave.
Newberry Road WE DO IT LIKE YOU'D DO IT.:
Phone 473-43O5 (Across from Oaks Mall)
Hwy 90 & 1.75 Ii
Gala Shopping CO-
Hwy 17 South
473-3507 STARKENo.
P.O. Drawer 707 .Walnut St.(US 301 S) )
Keystone Heights" Florida 32656 Please present this coupon when ordering.Limit .
1 coupon per customer. Expires Apri/30',1989./
Ernest E.Tries* Res. Ph.473-4479


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John Dukes, Owner
Bradford County
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Temple Avenue Starke 964-6369

Charles James Baldree Gaskins, Vice, President President 1:. ..;'I J. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

George Payne, SecretaryTreasurerAGENTS [1111I1]I I IIIIWI HEATING-AIR CONDITIONING

DIRECTORS: David Beatty IJIDl/llillllllllllmm/ UII ICE MACHINES

George Richard Underhill Huggins Valerie Bud Keys Jackson mlllllll"""" nfflhIIIDJ"' AND REFRIGERATION

Bob Paterson Office Secretory: Polly Conway
Annette Masters,Asst. Sec.
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LEWIS TIMBER Inc. 964-8744 I

Company, ,
P.O. Box 207 Starke, FL 32091 355)N.TEMPLE AV ST RKEown

Eddie J. Lewis Telephone((904))
Brooker, FL Bus. 964-6871
32622 Res. 485-1755


& Associates Inc.

Lake Butler Starke Orange Park
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CLEAN Parking Lot Maintenance Pet Foods Feeds Fencing.
Pet Supplies Fertilizers POSTS

Russell and Judy Mlscally Vet Supplies Pesticides Hardware
S VIEEI' Herbicides Garden Seeds
Route 1, Box 1170
Lowtey, Florida 9644809Hwy

782-3660 301 Just South of Town Kenneth Mueller, Owner

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Maybe you remember. flexible.A little shopping at to make the right decisions.
Balloons were things kids played Florida National can answer most And well quickly process your
with at parties.ARMs were things of your questions. mortgage once you do.
that came in pairs,generally with Our Residential Lenders are So when you're house-hunting,
elbows,wrists,etc. experts at matching!home come to Florida National.
And the storybook mortgage buyers with the right financing. We're home to a lot of happfly-
was usually thirty years at a fixed And whether you prefer lower ever-afters.
rate. monthly payments or faster
,' Today's financing options are equity build-up,we can provide 9, Main Office:
more complicated,but also more the guidance you need 105 W. Jefferson Street
Starke, Florida 32091
Expect aefn MW Phone 964-7050

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For Those Who Think

Their Banking

Is Serious Business.

For people who don't take their banking At F&D Bank, you'll find the lowest checking

lightly,we would like to offer our services. We account charges of any bank in the area. You'll

are Farmers and Dealers Bank, and we've also find competitive rates on deposit accounts.

been serving Baker, Bradford, and Union You won't find loan application fees, or credit

counties longer than any other bank, savings investigation fees on your loan. We think points

and loan, or credit union. We're rock solid. belong on scoreboards, not on mortgage loans.If .

Sheshunoff Information Services, a banking your bank doesn't take you seriously, perhapsit's

industry rating firm has rated our bank in the time to bank with people who have been

top 3% of all banks in the nation since 1985. serious about banking since 1911.

Capital strength is a tradition for us, we have

over $15 in capital equity to every $100 in

deposits. We have earned a profit every year

... since 1935,but not by taking unnecessary risksor

by overcharging our customers.
395 West Main Street / Post Office Box 358

Lake Butler, Florida 32054

Member F.D.I.C. / Equal Housing Lender Telephone ((904)) 4962101iqe