Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01545
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SECTION At 10 Pag.

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Fair Skies and warmer temperatures are predicted for the Th.EdltorlaIPag..A Social Scon. . . 5,4SA
weekend, with temperatures back to the 80 degree level by SaturPublic Nolle.. . ... . . .7A
day Highs for Thursday. April 13, will reach 'into the low 70's, and Sporti. ... .. .. ..... .. .. .9-10A r1intapb
Friday into the high 70 s. Lows will be near 50 throughout the
weekend. SECTION B: 14 Pagi fl O

Rains in the area this past week amounted to just over one inch, Fair Happening. . . .1,4,5,88
1.15 being recorded in Starke at one location. Frl.ndf Day . . . . 28
The sun will rise at 7:06: a.m Thursday morning, and will set at Whll.h.ad Arroiti. . . . .68 UN
7:54: making the day 12 hours and 48 minutes long. Crime Scene. . 5,6,8.118
The moon reached its first quarter yesterday, April 12, and will Clonlfl.di . . . 10-128 GA 1 NE'SV I LLE FL us Side of Heaven
be full next Thursday, April 20, at 10:13: p.m. Ar.a D.ath. . . 148 32611- A 25 Cents Copy

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The out Bradford of service County through Bookmobilewill April 24, i -, UI

due to changing t over from the old _
Bookmobile to the new Bookmobile. S a &s NI

BCH Auxiliary...

will The meet Bradford at 6:30: Hospital p.m. Monday Auxiliary, __

April 17, at Western Steer Steak / 1 A

House. A larger midway, hog and steer
shows and sales, rabbits, and
BHS Class of 79... by Buster chickens, home products, with the

BHS Class of '79 will be having BCT Staff best getting ribbons, are all on
its last reunion meeting next Tues- Brooker display at the :39th edition of the
day, Apr. 18 at 7 p.m. at the ban Sunday lL Bradford County Fair which runs
Western Steer Steakhouse.The as the council through Saturday night.It .
Class of '79 needs help day, April 11, still costs just $1 to get into the
locating fellow classmates. Do you ordinance to fair gates, and one ticket for any

have an address or phone number? sales to begin : ride.Plus
there is entertainment.
Call 964-8683 or 964-2296. L ,
Councilman Country singer Johnny Carver is onstage
Blood Drive... once with one more time, at 7:30: p.m.
Melvin not to tonight (Thursday, April 13)).
Blood Drive stations will be day sales, The Kendalls, a father and
located as follows, Tuesday, April George daughter duo, are scheduled to be on
18: allow beer stage at 7:30: p.m. Friday April 14,
Bradford High School, 9 a.m. to 1 on show only.
Currently C'Z Some 30,000 people are expected to
p.m.WalMart Plaza (Deerfoot hours a day go through the fair gates during the
Village), 2-6 p.m.WinnDixie The first five day run, April 11-15. There wasa
(Starke Plaza), 10 agenda good though not large, crowd
a.m. to 6pm.Charity reading of an Tuesday night, the opening day. Fri
Sunday beer day and Saturday are traditionallythe
Air Show... City Attorney big days.Official .

Gainesville's first air show in structed to
more than a decade is set at the council Opening...
Regional Airport the weekend of vote. Terry Vaughn of WEAG, a
April 1516. member of the of Board of Gover-
All proceeds go to the Associationof himself Attorney nors, officially opened the fair at 11
a.m. Wednesday, April 12, by
Retarded Citizens of Alachua Food Stores
County, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, good F welcoming all to the 39th edition of
and other charities. Gates open at ed the store the fair.
10 a.m. Tickets: $8 for adults, $6 the situation Vaughn also introduced Police
for children 6-12. Chief Jimmy Epps and Strawberry
and -
promised t ", Queen Wanda Mueller.
lighting and \ Chief Epps and Chamber President
store, where Leonard Schlofman raised the
Meet... "
seen flag assisted by an honor guard from
Starke Church of God Christian the JROTC unit of Bradford High
Singles in Action will be having Jones School.
their meetings the second and want 30-60 Queen Wanda snipped a ribbon to
fourth Fridays of each month. before signify the official opening of the
Good speakers, food and have, this is \ fair.
fellowship are featured each time. miles selling
Call 964-7678 or 964-C681. ple will drive : Top Booths...
and drink f Nine booth winners were announced. -
home, ... .,.,'\ r They were:
Assistance... ,
Legal We're /( Commercial Division: 1) DuPont,
Effective immediately all per- 2)J.B.S.E. Inc., 3)Florida Pest Con-
sons seeking assistance from Three Jones said '1
Rivers Legal Service, Inc. must the authority r Division: 1) Families
contact the Gainesville Office, ph. ing," but Against Drugs, 2)) Florida Air National
372-0519 to schedule appointments. about it." Guard, 3)) Bradford-Union Vo-
New clients can no longer be seen Tech Center.
on a "walk-in" basis. "We'd like ,. Youth Education: 1) Bradford
the issue for FFA, 2) Bradford 4-H, 3) Southside

Learn to Read... assembly. Elementary.The .

If you know and adult who wantsto Councilman DaI'.C
learn to read if want to to talk to
or you duties for IS! Quern Wanda, the daughter of Kenneth and Carolyn Schedule...
help someone learn to read, contact There's a lot to reign o\I'r the Mueller of Starke, will be lit fairgrounds each after- The fairgrounds on US-301 north of
Librarian Sue Crum at the Library, aside from to run through noon a ml evening. Starke open at noon today, Friday,
or call the Bradford County Council and Saturday.The .
Library at 9646400.
said, "We midway opens at 5 p.m.
residents, not Thursday, 1 p.m. Friday, and p.m.
is New
Berry Queen .
Free Day Care... sale of Saturday.Rides
are one ticket each exceptfor
Free day care for 3-4 year olds is. biggest two time periods. For$8 from 1-6
available in most private pre- to think of our Lori Mann, daughter of Lewis and Linda Hewett of Starke and the late p.m. Friday and from 10 p.m. to 1
schools in Starke. For more Infor- material to Gloria Mann of Starke. Mike Hewett."It a.m. Saturday an arm band can be
mation, call Robin Lee at Bradford names of Holly Hawkins, daughter of is impressive to me that these purchased which gives the wearer
School Board Office, ph. 9646800. haven't taken Virginia Hawkins of Starke. 14 contestants developed a close unlimited rides.
and milk."I'm Ton daughter of Mr and relationship with each other," says Friday is Student's Day. From
decision. Mrs. Michael Klein: of Heilbron SprRenee' Lorna Reddish of the Junior noon until 5 p.m. there is free admission
Downtown Jubilee... Melvin had Ing s. Woman's Club of Starke, the spon- for children and students
list of Hewett, daughter of Mrs. soring organization."The through the 12th grade.
Downtown merchants are plann- names girls worked well with "
very fun
"It's all clean, family says
ing the "Downtown RenovationJubilee" Way, each other, discussed and showed County Extension Director Bobby
Saturday, May 6. Theday's sale proposed of beer a4)T their dresses to each other, talked Taylor, one of the director's of the
activity will include an arts Councilman about what they thought each other Bradford Fair Association. It's also
and crafts show. to table the could improve on. They genuinely one of the busiest weeks of the year
Any organization or individual In- 60 days, and helped each other to improve the for the students entering hogs and
terested in participating in the total effect Mrs. Reddish
Jim Bryant. c n stage, steers, and the Chamber officials
jubilee or craft show, please con- says. All turns and positions were running the fair.
tact Glenda Epps, ph. 964-4151, or learned In two' night of rehearsal. Ed Gregory, owner of the United
Carolyn Autry, ph. 964-7810. In a roll
Bryant voted "It's important to note the girls all Shows which has the midway con-
Free booth
to Melvin, had fun," Mrs. Reddish says. cession, says there are 64 rides this
year, Including many rides new to
Rec News... voted not to The Junior Women put in a com- the Bradford fair.
Pierce then 4 bined total of over 700 hours into the The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
The Starke Recreation Depart- Why ban pageant preparation. Local Swine Show was held Tuesday night.
ment announces the following: Let s open it businesses also donated to the The swine sale begins Friday at 7:30:
Anyone interested in keeping pageant. The silver tray for Miss
score for baseball and Softball Bryant said Congeniality was donated by the p.m.The Bradford-Union 4-11 and FFA
games please contact the Recrea- he has heard Chamber of Commerce, the flowersby Steer Show is set for 7:30 p.m.
tion Department, ph. 964-6792. church and but Lady Bug, Wilson's, 3 Sisters andJulia's tonight (Thursday, April 13). The
pumps, Florists, the queen's crown steer sale is set for 7 p.m. Saturday
Upcoming... Saturday and was donated by Williams Jewelry. April 15.Wednesday.
Public meetings scheduled in the Davis the bowls for Queen, 1st and 2nd was the traditional
i weeks heard any runners-up were donated by Chas- Rural-Urban Day in which Rotary
coming are: was the only tain's Jewelry and Gift Gallery. Club members cooked and served
Chamber Board of Governors:
getting to the
Transportation to and from rehear- 1,300 chicken dinners.
April 17 SFCC An-
I noon Thursday Adams said,
t drews Center board room. sal and out of town trips was furnished -
and carried it
School Board at Middle School: they by Bryon Terwillegar. Rick Wells
go provided several employees to set
17 BMS
7 p.m. Monday, April premises.
media center. up and break down the stage.
Subdivision ordinance would Attorney agree to The runway and stage platformswere In YourBSection
workshop: 7:30 p.m. Monday April Sunday built several years ago
have been loaned to the Junior
17, meeting room,
begin sales
courthouse. Woman's Club by Herb Stuckey and
School Board at Vo-Tech: 7 p.m. posed Adams Don Hardy, making the stage so I
much Mrs. I
more professional, says
Tuesday, April 18. to beging at 1 Reddish. C-clamps to make the Bradford
Commission mid-month
County received
a stage more sturdy were borrowed .
meeting for zoning: 7:30 p.m. On the from Jackson Building Supply. County Fair
Wednesday April 19, commisson Adams, Richard's Shoes gave each contes-
meeting room courthouse. Sheriff ported the tant a pair of slide protectors.The JudgingResults.
Kenneth Etheridge is to meet the afternoon beer steamboat stage was the idea
board about funding to move the the motion of David Dodge and built by Lee ...
wooden building onto the county Adams Casey Construction.Entertainment .

jail site. saying, "The was provided by Big Pot Bust... '
.Bradford County Zoning Board ;
sales after 1 tom Front Row Quartet of Jacksonvillewho .
meeting is slated for Tuesday who wants had to fill in as emcee many Obituaries... '!
April 25, at 7 p.m., in Starke City Melvin times.
Hall, followed by the Board of Ad- to proceed with The judges were entertained News Briefs..
justment.Starke. porating the Just Crowned... Saturday afternoon,after interviewsand ..' ,
Zoning Board meeting is council. Queen Wanda Mueller was Just before the pageant at the homeof and more... ,
scheduled for Thursday, 27, The <
April The crowned when this photo was snapped Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. ''I,
7 followed by the City
p.m. for a Saturday night on the BUS dinner was donated by Cedar River
Board of Adjustment:
meeting of the auditorium stage. (See Queen Wanda..P.ZA)


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County Sets Borrow-Pit Studyby

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Buster Rahn port a firm ordinance to precludenew per load, while Band from the
BCT Staff Writer pits being excavated where people Orange park area cost$163 per load.

s County Commissioners Joe Rid- are living. The proposed ordlnace was changed
dick, Ross Chandler and Wilbur The county does not now control to allow a SO foot buffer betweenthe
v .y I.,.- Waters conducted a public hearing borrow pits less than five acres in property line and the excavation,

Monday night April 10, to get size. The KH area pit is smaller and and provides for natural vegetationto
citizens input for writing and/or up the proposed ordinance addresses be retained in the buffer zone.The
%' CIItii dating county ordinances dealing pits of less than five acres. draft called for a 100 foot '
%} r with the animal industry, including Ms. Mosman suggested a performance butter,which would leave little room
control of flies and disposal of dead bond be required of borrow for excavation of a 3 acre plot,
animals, and for the control and ex- pit operators to insure that O'Neal said.Borrow .
cavation of borrow pits. reclamation projects are completedas pit o will be required
Assisting in the meeting were Ken agreed when the permit was to fence grow pits with a 4

Pabst, Bradford County environmental issued. foot field fence, topped with two
health director; Reggie O'Neal suggested the bond amountbe strands of barbed wire. ,
Flynn, county attorney and Darrell set at $1,500 per acre and found I

''A ONeal, county zoning director. agreement to incorporate that Ms. Mosman wants the new ordinance
Both proposed ordinances received amount into the ordinance.The to stop excavation in the

an extensive review, with recommendations proposed ordinance provided borrow pit recently begun by Creg
for changes by staff and for a quarter mile buffer (440 yards) Griffis, which is within 50 feet of a I
the handful of citizens attending the between a borrow pit" and any residence, but Attorney Flynn is I
tK meeting.The "Residential Property. That item uncertain that the ordinance will
r' animal control ordinance was changed to read "one-eighth
have the desired effect. However,
t i ; drew seven citizen participants, mile ((220 yards) and "Residence, Griffis will have to obtain a permitto
mostly operators of poultry farms. rather than Residential Property.
continue excavation, and will be
Ony four persons were present for The "Residential Property"designation required to meet reclamation termsof
the borrow pit discusstion, Mr. and would eliminate to the
providing slope
Mrs. George Ricks and Mr. and Mrs. removal of sand from a large \part of sides, and fence proper the facility, Flynn
the Keystone Heights since it
P.D. Mosman. The small turnout area said.
didn't dampen discussion on the two is zoned "Residential."
subjects. Keystone sand is the prime Ingre-
dient of Bradford County septic A resident told the county commission
Animal tanks since ordinances April that the sides of the Grif-
.. ,,--- .- _""", .. dIi.i. Control... mound to raise them above the near a fis pit have been sloped and a two
The revised version of the
Brooker Elementary Straight A's Fourth Six Weeks. control ordinance animal ground-level water table. Sand from strand barbed wire fence erected
.. provides few around part of the pit.
Keystone Heights cost $65
I Straight A students for the fourth sir weeks changes from the original, which
grading Back
period lit IIrookl'r Elementary school are: Crosby and row Matthew: Kelly Jordan.Cook, Kelll .riffls, Motthugh has been in effect, but not vigorously a

Front row (/1 to rl): Kl'1Ii! noffl'Y, Jimmy nl'l'ry.('had Amy Luke was absent. implemented, for several years.
Thomas and Derek Sldl'rs. The need for revision became evi-
dent earlier this year as result of a

severe housefly problem around
Hampton Lake. Residents of the GateRobber.
area began to about
complain T ?
hordes of
houseflys coming from a
nearby poultry farm, making life The picture at left

4 J miserable.The Is a composite draw-
egg producing poultry facility man who
owned and operated by Bernardo robed the Gate

Baez, is located on CR-18, across the gasoline station at
road from Hampton Lake, was the Intersection of
I zI determined to the the source of the US-301 and SR-18

flies,and was the primary subject of ry Tuesday morning,
) a workshop held February 20. r- April II, about 2
h In that workshop, the commission = ., ti ? la a a.m., according to r
conference room in the courthousewas the description of

r + filled with area residents and the clerk on duty,
T poultry operators wanting to discuss Linda Robinson.
f the problem and/or have input into A white male, 6

the proposed "fly" ordinance.The ,. f"1 y' feet tall, of medium
'i j latest meeting sans area ; ."t.'J build with collar
; x residents, heard Pabst say his office :i\\ length blonde hair
has been working with Baez to over and mustache, the
l come the fly problem and report on \. ," robber drove off in a
the means for bringing the problem '" small red pickup
under control. '}f.: truck.
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: Borrow Pits... -
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Sue Mosman was spokesperson for "r ..+-
residents in the w "xx
Keystone Heightsarea .
.' .J ti RI as tftl..
.' .., :,. who oppose a borrow pit recently eQl "OS :70 10 10 ....
begun near a residence and sup-_ _.!o .

I-BUG Winners' Brooker Elementary School...

I-BUG (1 Brought Up Grades) Is a new program/ Winston Barnes Kristin Manning, Brian Melvin, Eml-
whereby Bradel* earned by studentsho improve lv Myers, Brian Hasden and Klrt Hamilton. NOTICE
at least two and do not drop other f fllTr''In a Middle row: Matthew Carver, Keith Griffis Carrie
grading period. Brooker
Elementary school Caren, Ashley Nipper( 1I0llis IIIne8 and Jenae Kelley.
school in the District: to Initiate the I-lilT; proJrlllll. Back row: Freda Foster, Pam Ball, Mark Ingram NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR-
Students winning the I-BUG a\lord for the fourth oi" and Bandy : ', '
weeks grading period at Brooker Elementary school young. .. ......... ; =

are: Joey Parrish' Mark Bell and Ronnie Wilder were ab- i 'ii" LTERNATIVE' PAYMENT>F.19S9''HK.. ,
Front row (I to r) Audrey (lines, Kelli llaiHlt./ sent.


Queen Wanda. .

222..F S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer who elects

from page 1A ing Newberry Watermelon Queen. Women's ClubsGFWC( ), which to pay taxes by the installment method shall make payments based upon an estimated tax which shall

I Seafood and Bradford County Vote tabulator was Job E. White of celebrates it's looth anniversary in be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property In the preceding' year.

strawberries were donated by Nor C.R.Smith Accountants. The audio 1990 is composed of both the
man's Strawberry Farm. was provided by Maxie Norton of General Women and the Junior THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
The judges were: Melissa Norton Telecom, the lights by David Women. The GFWC feels strongly

Tamargo Jr. District 4 Director of Dodge. about the individual clubs adding to N First Installment Payment: One quarter of the total) estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment
The video their communities in various N
pageant was taped by
Jr.Woman's Clubs; Mrs. Ruth Sid- ways. later than ,,.,. make the
2001 Video in The The Starke shall be made not June 30. A taxpayer must
Middleburg. tapes Junior Woman's Club Is
Jacksonville bury current director of the Miss will be on sale soon for $10. JWC is one of many that chooses to help 0 first Installment payment In order to participate In this plan.
Pageant Judge 0
now taking orders to order call people through
Thomas D. Oakley retired circuit ; young scholarships,
I court judge,and Sherri, Jones reign- Cathy Wooley 964-6066. in addition to their other activities Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total,estimated taxes discounted 4)%. Paymentshall
... The General Federation of through the year. T be made not later than September JO. 1989. T

fl Adjustment Board Clears Agenda I Th4dlnstallmentPayment: One quarter of the total I estimated taxes plus one-half of any I
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability

discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than December J',
I by Buster Rahn serve beer and wine in the new panel to the podium to request a C 19.,. C
BCT Staff WriterIn facility. He holds a 2 COP license special exception to the same B-3

its regular meeting Thursday (Meaning beer and wine may be con- classification that caught Ter E Fourth lnsUI < On. of the total) estimated taxes plus one-half of
nen Payment: quarter any
March 30, the Starke Board of Ad- sumed on the premisis), but requires willegar Ford. E
justment(SBOA) cleared its agendaof local permit.In Wells said he has leased a building adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability. No
several addition to food Moore discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 3'.1IIto.
requests by approving sales in Deerfoot Village for a new car
every one of them. plans to add a game room with pool showroom, and plans to exhibit two
tables and pinball machines. Moore or three cars in the 1,500 square foot M you have not received an application to pay 1989 taxes by installment and it is your Intent to exercise
Home Operation... said the pool tables will be in a store front. Sales will probably be your rights under this law,then please complete the application below and mail or file with yow countytax

Shirley Crum, living at 999 N. Old separate area, not available to concluded in the dealership officeson collector prior to May 11989. Th.absolute deadline for filing the application is April' 30,net. Any

Lawtey Road, requested a "Home teenagers. North US-301, Wells said. application filed after April' 30 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the tax
Occupation Application" approval, SBAO member Sam Bassett said Wells told the panel that his use of collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional application forms may be
to establish a beauty parlor in her the pool tables give him a problem, the building is contingent on ap- obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:
home.A and moved to deny the request, but proval by Chevrolet Motor Division

neighbor, Lottie McCollum, said the motion failed 3-2. and Florida Motor Vehicle Depart
she does not oppose Crum's operation Orian Wells reversing the former ment, both of which have to review Mall computed application to: Esther S. Hall Tax Collector

of a beauty shop, but she does motion moved to approve the request and approve the site before he can P O Drawer 969

not want the permit to be transfer- which was approved 32. use it. Starke Fl. 32091
rable. SBOA Member Claire Capps Norman J. Owens owner of a .

Zonin Director Darrel O'Neal stated, "There should be a six mon- residence at 130 N. Cherry St., peti- _'_ -_ _. .. .- -. -. .. DETACH _ _ _ _ _
said a 'Home ths review," to which Ken Teal tioned board
the to
Operation" zoning changethe
provides that the resident must replied zoning from B-2 commercial to
It can have RP, ResidentialProfessional.Owens .
not more than two stations and one Wells Chevrolet... has a buyer for the property OLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OF PAYMENT DUE.WITH INSTRUCTIONS. IF you HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOU

employee, other than the resident. Orian Wells moved from the SBOA but cannot get VA financing FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 1 S.1989,CONTACT.THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.'
Crum was represented At- I
torney Rick Replogle! who said the .:.:.:.:.:.:.;..x.:QWCMJjKWNeed:,; .>>:<<- -. s:,
shop will provide for
ample parking her.by make application to participate the install- Property I.D.No.
customers.The {
request was approved In a 5-0 an : nt payment plan for the 1189 tax ,.If. Legal Description II it Appears.on the 198.Tax Notice

vote, with a 6 months review re- : Receipt: -

quired. :: can DAN WAINWRIGHT. DATE '

Terwillegar Motors... r 964-2236 964-9139 .
Byron Terwillegar sought a N.m.
special exception to establish a used $ 36 Years Experience All Types address ... .

car lot on property owned by Lavon .
and Three Phase
= Electrical Work'Single
Andrews, on South US-301, formerlyused = ,
for a sales lot for heavy equip- : Reasonably Priced Work
ment. Photo Number
Plea,. Ptlnt
O'Neal says a glitch in zoning laws .... ..... "
for sales of mobile homes '.
provides NOTICEFlorida '-
____. ..
boats, heavy equipment and other h Law requires that your estimated taxes must be more than 100.00 In order to participate the Installment

items In the B-3 classification, but Join the "Yo Yo" Team for ChristI Payment Plan. If your estimated taxes for 1989..$100.OO or less you do not qualify for this plan. .
omits automobile sales. ,You must make the first Installment payment not later than June 30th In order to participate tht plan. Once you have

Assuming the B-3 classification (elected to participate in the Installment"" payment plan by timely paying the first payment your are.required to continue
allows the sales of Souls
Sewing for
automobiles Terms >
has participation for the tax year.' M you elect to discontinue participation you wU not be entitled to receive the discounts
willegar established
a provided by Law. Installment payments that become delinquent. shall be paid with the next Installment payment.
used sales
car outlet on the property.The -. .
Discount shall not be allowed on delinquent payments.
SBOA found no problem with ap- 1 Item are created from theee yo-yoe and .
proving the request after the fact, old In Lamp Jeeus Craft Shop. - - - - DETACH - - - - -
and voted approval unanimously
Fund need to held onealn need.
:;: if you neve questions Collector's Office at the following kxatkxti.)
Hogan's Heroes... We now have more than 30 members on
Address Ave.
Darren Moore, owner of two otherHogan's Anyone or Groups our team. _fcv Courthoiigg ,
"" "-*-
Heroes restaurants in addition Welcome

. to one in Deerfoot Village,asked EiL, + :, : I'
the SBOA for a special exception to Interested? Call O64-71O9 'or 964-5898 Phone Number ., ,. ,

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Video To Emphasize .

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Anti-Littermg EffortEast "j f"" N,


Call Street looked like the "It's going to mobilize the people
ghost town it was "decorated" to against litter. The cause is worthy
represent, with trash strung from and that is what is making this happen -
sidewalk to sidewalk. ," said Andrews who has talked
A video camera recorded the for years about the need to start anantflitterine
event from the bucket truck of the campaign.
Starke Electric Department the At the Chamber banquet In
boom of which reaches 65 feet high. January Andrews challenged music
Guy Andrews, who is sponsoring the teacher Lavon Drives to write a
project to highlight the problem of song illustrating) the problem. Ms. t
littering took a ride in the bucket. Drivas responded by writing the M
It sort of looked like a movie filming music and lyrics of a rendition entitl-
with people standing around ed "Legacy of Love" a song about
rubber necking as long discussionsof anti-littering and pollution.The .
how to do each shot took place. song was recorded March 5 at
The director, bullhorn In hand was Professional Media Studios of ::
Andy King son of talk show host Gainesville. To accompany the
Larry King. The camera crew was cassette the team of Andrews and
from TV-20 of Gainesville. The video Drivas decided to proceed with the
producer was Beth who Is production of a video which took
hopeful the recording Martini deo will place Saturday April 8. y. tom err r r- !r

bring attention to littering and pollution --
Plans for the cassette to receiveair
She has been
already approached -
play from radio stations and
by some people from Germanywho saturate Bradford County with both
have asked that the be
the cassette and video. A promo-
translated into
German and
tional plan is being
distributed in that country. develofid.
"We feel this
Filming began Saturday morningon and pollution is of global '
East Call Street in Starke bet- J '
ween Call Street east to the railroad significance and deserves to receive '(4' I. 1
and continued that afternoon on wide support from all media to bring L .. Y c ea a Y ,
to the forefront an awarness of
Kingsley Lake at Strickland's Landing -
this worldwide problem," says Ms. East Call Street Turned Into Ghost Town. ? Guy Andrews and Ms. Drivas hope to bring
Drivas. .. a message by showing<< an
The video will be distributed the
county through schools and in chur- Andrews and Drivas already are Trash wall strewn all over East Cull Street last Saturday for the filming example' of I.ake the littering carried to the t'xtreme.More filming was done at
K'8slcy to Illustrate unclean
a video, water. "Without clean water and
ches and will be available for planning their next undertaking- written by putting|uvon!Into HI'ivlIs.action the ? ,,-""mug song. "I egjcy of I.ov('." clean (environment what do we have" Andrews asks. a
regional and national circulation. battle against drugs.


I Supt. Duncan Hopef ul Funding Equalization Bill Will Pass

"I have just attended a meeting in personnel such as librarians and School Board Association and and has 18 steps in each grade. Ap- But, Supt. Duncan said more sup- can be done for less that way," said
Tallahassee with !Mis Castor (Com- guidance counselors." he said. Superintendents Association supportthe proximately a 3 percent increase is port is requested such as Supt. Duncan.
missioner of Education) and thingsare The bill is an equalization of fun proposed funding bill, as wel as built in between steps in the new secretaries are needed but none are
going quite well with the school ding between property rich school all teacher organizations. schedule. planned. Some are being shared by
funding bill we have in place," said districts (counties) and sparsely Part A will apply to new several Staff members and much fil- Southside Construction...
Supt. Jim Duncan at the regular populated pupil poor districts. Some N-I Salaries... employees and part B is only for ing and typing is done by staff Construction plans for the
school board meeting Monday night districts have been receiving up to Personnel Director Wayne those who were grandfathered in members without secretaries. Southside School Renovation and ad-
April 10."Hopefully. 107 percent of state funds earned according McLeod outlined a new salary under the 1987-88 schedule. Also office space is being lookedat dition projects were presented to the
the legislature will buyit to a cost of living formula schedule being proposed for non- The proposed schedule includes a for possible realignment of of- board by Architect Spyros Drivas.
and we can have a good school and others receive less than 100 percent instructional employees. one-time employee incentive program fices and some remodeling of the Plans call for enlargement of the
year. There is not much money Bradford for instance has Entry levels and salary ranges are for completion of one of thefollowing District Administration building. administrative building and additionof
floating around in Tallahassee this been received 95.2 percent of funds it applicable to the salary schedule implemented conditions: receiving a six new classrooms.
year. There is no money in any of the would earned according to its stu- during the 1UU7-8B school high school diploma or G.E.D., an n.J.E. Renovations... About 1,200 square feet will be ad-
budgets for salary increments except dent enrollment, and that is ex- year. attendence incentive for no more Bids for removal of asbestos at the ded to the administration building
instructional personnel, that pected to go down slightly to 94.6 for The schedule has some 33 pay, that six sick days or personal leave R.J E. renovation site were substan- which is now about 1,700 square feet.
is classroom teachers and support the 89-90 school year. The state grades with a part, 'A' and part B days in a one year period or a throe tially above the amount expected, The six classrooms will be about
1,500 feet each including a
year period of job skill updating. and so all were rejected. square
toilet wash and
Upward movement between pay A figure of about$5,000 was alloted room storage.
One wall in each classroom will bea
grades will be restricted to pay for the job with a total of$30,000 being
"wall of windows", said Drivas
grades related to an employe's cur- allocated for the renovation pro- and will overlook the playgroundarea. !
rent experience. Lateral movementinto If $13,000 is the
ject. spent on
l Pacts Begin a related field will also be possible asbestos removal not enough A covered play area is included -

tG Thursda but with no increase in pay and money will be left to complete the in the plans.
movement into an unrelated !Held renovation and furnish the building.. No needs other than the ex Principal
addition were listed by SSK -
will entrance at the enrty
Thru"Wednesday require The pre-kindergarten programwill Jesse Moore when the school
level for that
pay grade.Administrative not be endangered but the teen board met April 4 at Southside. The
pregnancy program will not be SS staff is looking forward to the new
located at that center until the addition on which construction is expected
ApriC 19tfi.AMI" No increase in the administrativestaff asbestos is removed, Supt. Duncan to begin in August.
d is planned for the next budget Indicated. The Starke Elementary ad-
year. "I have an excellent staff till "Perhaps it can be rebid in com- ministrative wing was enlarged two
1+- willing to serve"said tSupt. Duncan., bination with, some other jobs, and years ago.

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Page tA TELEGRAPH April 13. I!IN"

r B.H.S Is Approaching 100th Anniversary;

Alumni Association Planning. Big EventThe

BHS Alumni Association, which HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
staged a memorable 90th Anniversary reu-
nion honoring the first graduating class Although there were earlier institutionsof
(1896) of Bradford High, is now planning a learning in Starke! notably Orange Cplleee -
"bigger and better" celebration in 1991, and the Starke Male and Female In-
marking the 100th anniversary of the high stitute, the Bradford County High School,
school. under the name still used today, was
in 1891.
The Alumni Association was establishedin founded
March 1985 for the purpose of promoting In its issue of March 6, 1891, The
community interest and encouragingalumni Telegraph carried the following announcement -
involvement in education and other .
programs of Bradford High School. It is Bradford County High School
also a goal of the Association to provide Starke, Florida
.........., ....-.. ...... guidance and assistance to any organization Session of 1890-91
,; -- .. or Individuals desiring to help im-
___ ._ -. .. AI ,. .:"'... "'_ "., prove the quality of academics and other school has been
_""""' 'I". -"._ ,. 411i1.'Cor.! ..... V' .... ;,. ... "t J 'j 1" t;;,* ,. ..'_ activities at BHS. The Association- --- has also established the The Is above now controlled by a company purchasedand consisting

Golden "B" Award, sponsored by the of the business and professionalmen
BUS as It looked in 1914 Linda Hildebran, chairman of the 1988 Class of 1937, and sponsored a senior ban- of the town of Starke who have the in-
reunion,will also serve In this capacity for quet in June 1987, honoring BHS seniors clination, the ability, and the means of
the 1991 celebration. "We are starting an and Golden "B" recipients. making it the most practical and thorough
Intensive membership drive early," she Other activities included school In the Sta te.,
"in order to have sufficient funds to
EDITORIALState says begin planning and staging another refreshments at the BHS open house in Dr. John L Gaskins was president of the
memorable event In 1991." New member- September,1987,and sponsoring a combined organization, Capt. John Charles'Richard
ships are being solicited now, and the $5 senior banquet and awards assembly in was secretary, and Professor George C.
June 1988.A Looney who had earlier been head of the
fee to become an Association member may
Attorney Criticalof be mailed to P.O. Box 1094, Starke, Fl. Scholarship Fund was established and Starke institute, was the! first principal.The .
32091. the first award will be made at a banquet school was located in the two-story
for seniors, parents and friends on June 1, frame building on the corner of Walnut and
From 1896 through 1986, approximately 1989. Jefferson Streets, .which had previously
GuidelinesThe 6,500 students have graduated from BHS. "As you can see the Alumni Association been used for the Starke: Male and Female
Since its organization three years ago, the Is very active," Ms. Hildebran said, "but Institute.
Alumni Association has been very active, in order to sustain and even enlarge these
The school continued in this location for
hosting a breakfast for foreign exchange activities we need more from
most crippling issue facing the 22 percent case: increase in the first nine students in 1986, and a reception for exchange alumni. We feel sure that all support alumni will the next decade until the citizens voted in
criminal justice system today is the months of last year, with each felony at- students from Germany in Marchof want to assist our programs once they are 1912 to bond themselves for a new school
lack of sure and substantial punishment torney carrying an average of 250 cases, this year. The Association was also informed about them," Chairman building to be built on North Temple Ave.
by a booth at the 1987 Brad- Hildebran said. "Your and It was of red brick construction and stood
State Attorney Len Register of and County Court attorneys carrying an represented presence par-
near the corner of Washington Street. It
ford County Fair,winning second place for ticipation are needed.
the Eighth Judicial Circuit told Starke average of 600 cases, consisting of traf- the Adult Education Exhibit. Their exhibitat housed the high school and elementary
Rotarians last week. fic and misdemeanors. the 1988 Fair won a blue ribbon, and Membership dues and donations to the grades, and was torn down in 1972 and
scholarship fund be
may mailed to: BHS
In the nation's they also have a booth this week at the 1989 Alumni replaced by the present high school
discussing ever- "Prison space needs to be reserved 1094, Starke, Fl. 32091. building.
mounting crime rateFlorida's being for the hard criminal element of our Fair.

one of the highestthe State Attorneysaid society, and we need to come up with
the two primary issues needing to alternatives for non-violent offenders, --

be dealt with are: such as supervised release or community J ,Letters to the Editor

1. The revision and strengthening of control, the State Attorney said. He

sentencing guidelines, which he pointed out that there are 1,350 miles of I

described as 'weak" in their present unprotected coastline in Florida. While Reader Says Banning AK-47 Wrong the and reasonable get bout the business of the people:
regulation of the
of all cocaine ownership
into the
form. A defendant has to commit a and use of firearms.
large number of crimes before receiv- U.S. through Florida, this state receives Editor Frederick ReplogleStarke
ing prison time under the present only 3.8 percent of federal grant money All reasonable Telegraph:gun-fanciers and U.S. citizenship.It .
gun- would be reasonable
to require a
available to fight the drug problem. controllers the
system. agree on necessity of background check on a person who wantsto

2. The Department of Corrections' is In view of State Attorney Register's However regulating the ownership of firearms. buy any firearm- perhaps a 5-day State Prisons More Facts
Rep. Flagg's proposed state law :
period for the check. Law enforcement
forced to award a large amount of gain remarks, it seems that the drug and prohibiting ownership of ''assault." semi-
should perform the background check anda To The Editor:
time under the present system, in order crime situation in Florida is as bad, or automatic firearms is neither constitu- fee should be charged for this service,
to create prison space for new incoming worse, than it is in Washington, D.C., tional nor reasonable.As perhaps $5. The trade-off of a S-day wait, 1. State's needs and wishes fulfilled
which has been targeted for all-out Florida citizens we enjoy greater background through the vote of direct or indirect reci-
inmates. The inmate can now receive an investigation and $5 fee in pients of its payroll.
150 days off of his sentence in gain time multimillion-dollar effort to combat Americans constitutional due to freedoms our Florida than Constitution other order to purchase a firearm is a 2. The State Dept. of Environmental

for each month served, resulting in drugs in the nation's capitol.It adopted by vote of the citizens in 1968. The reasonable purchases compromise and preserve to eliminate our right illegal to- Regulation chose the 500-acre donated

many prisoners serving only onesixthof is true that Washington is now con- Florida citizen's right to keep and bear the sentence received. sidered the nation's murder capitol with arms is found in Article I, Section 8 of the If a firearm Is used in a crime, the ,waste incinerator and neutralizationsites
even though the land
Declaration of Rights, which states: was designatedwhen
punishment must reflect
The high cost of the increasing crime 372 murders, mostly drug-related, com- The right of the people to keep and bear of the improper use our of such condemnation an ex- donated as a reception and medical
rate in this area has resulted in a $3.3 mitted in 1988. Already this year, there arms in defense of themselves and of the tremely lethal object.Presently in Florida center. Would our leaders have donated
million annual budget for the Eighth have been 136 homicides in Washington, lawful authority of the state shall not be In- the law requires a mandatory 3-year more land IF this was the final site?

Circuit, which includes Baker, Brad- compared to 87 at this time last year. fringed,except that the manner of bearing prison sentence for use of a firearm in cer- Union 3. The state budget comes FIRST and
arms may be regulated by law. County treasury lastwhen' it
tain crimes. However abandonment
ford, Levy and Union Counties, with We agree that Washington needs to be Representative Flagg's prohibition of 3-year mandatory sentence, Is one of of the the comes to paying the host county for its
State Attorney offices maintained in cleaned up, but if that city is the semi-automatic firearms violates our first concessions prosecutors make in plea land donation. RMC has just started pay
Macclenny. Starke, Bronson and Lake murder-capitol of the U.S. there is nQ Florida Constitutional\ right to keep and bargaining. They simply pretend a is ing a landfill tipping fe!'I tl\t\ flurtreasjiry
ibeat arms. I 110..,).' j,i i' short hundreds o| thousands of dolixrs
Butler The annual doubt/"that..South Florida''is" the'Sriialn. :1 'firearm was not used and
: case load is now at a > : 'Instead1 I addressing the problem of'* nofmariaatctty" because o( tlW'.tax-eitWiVfif'housing' : UOC
peak of 41,700 .cases circuit-wide, in- channel through which the drugs are criminals owning semi-automatic arms sentence Other crimes is imposed., such as a felon in posses- has built to help its own cause. The$60,000

cluding criminal, traffic, misdemeanor, funneled to Washington, resulting in the (or any firearm), Rep. Flagg's total pro- sion of a firearm shooting into a building impact fee the DOC pays Union County per
felony and juvenile. This spiralling case drug-murders there. The new "drug hibition of such arms is unreasonable and or occupied vehicle, furnishing guns to year is largely used up by increased
load requires a staff of 35 attorneys, 10 czar" William J. Bennett should take overboard. No one can own such arms minors, carrying a concealed firearm, re- salaries for elected officials (paid by
this into because some criminals have obtained ,quire no mandatory sentence. So, felon population count) and increased school
investigators, and 89 total staff, the consideration and spend a few them and we can't seem to prevent it. To a costs.
with a gun may simply be fined or placedon
State Attorney said. more of those multi-millions in Florida control the small number of criminal uses short-term probation. 4. The graduating high school students

Register pointed out that there was a in an attempt to stop the drugs at their of semi-automatic arms all citizens, law- It would be reasonable to require a man- who want or have to work in the prison
source before they reach Washington. abiding ones included, forefelt the right to i datory prison sentence on all firearm offenses system will have to wait until they are 21
own one. j some should be much longer than years old and must not have any relatives
Presently It is illegal for the following I three years, and prosecutors/judges must employed there.
persons to purchase any firearm: Someone I be required to impose those sentences.
Oil Spills Gas Goes Up presently charged with any crime, Gun fanciers must join in the reasonable I/ Union County is the "mother" of the
someone previously convicted of any i effort to regulate the ownership and use of prison system, why doesn't the DOC have
felony, a fugitive from justice, a drug user i firearms. Gun-controllers must,accept the more consideration for our treasury? Why
or addict, someone adjudged mentally are we becoming the target for unpopular
Consumers Pay for AccidentAt defective or previously committed to a j bear arms and be content to reasonably state projects? Is it because the state
mental institution, someone dishonorably regulate i the ownership and use of knows how politically bent our moneymakers -
discharged from the military, an illegal I firearms. Legislators, like Rep. Flagg, are to Its payroll? What will be our
alien and someone who has future if it is controlled State
renounced his need to get off the emotional bandwagon by interests?
the start of his administration Johnnie Griffis
on the use of solar energy and perhapsa ,Raiford
vironmentalist President Bush, a self-anointed en- higher tax on gasoline to force faster "Renewing the Living
breeze" blowing, in the landbut a "fresh development and greater use of fuels Earth" is ThemeOf
. now that are less harmful to the environ-
Soil & Water
it's Week
blowing ten million gallons of spilledoil ment. ,
over a vast area of Alaskan water-
ways. Why should we be so concerned abouta Emphasizing everyone's role In Cedar Key's 16th Annual Art ,

mammoth oil spill in Alaska?' After' soil and
earlier Mr. Bush days,, an maintains oil man that himself oil drilling in his !all, that's a "fur piece" from Florida.;' Soil for protecting future and Water generations Conservation, the resources Bradford District Festival The Biggest Yet! ;

in the arctic wildlife refuse of Alaska Well, this is the only world we have- is encouraging local churches, )

must proceed because the nation is so or are likely to haveever.. organizations and Individuals to join Food, fun and fine art seafood
the nationwide observance Soil you're ever likely to ?
dependent on oiland perhaps we are, The poet John Donne once wrote "... Water Stewardship Week April highlight, the upcoming bile into. This festival is an
and will be, if the careless use of oil, no man is an island unto himself". 30-May7. Sidewalk Art Festival in event that draws .

with no attempt to find alternate Likewise, no country is an island unto Cedar Key. The annual virtually
sources of energy continues. But there itself. What affects The local district, which works everyone on the island into '1
one part the/
event of the
was a time, when {foreign was scarce, world, sooner or later affects all parts. throughout the :year on soli and largest, Art ii, as everyone pulls together ,
that the American people found they water conservation measures, is FClilivalsinFlorida.islaking in classic 'smalltownAmerica" J

could conserve oil if they had to, and Because the anticipated oil shortage'due' churches providing literature that highlight to many man's local place this year on Saturday. fashion. ,

nobody was hurt. Then the U.S.'Energy to the spill, gasoline prices responsibility to be active stewardsof April 15th and Sunday April Hotel and motel accommodations i.

Department laid down on the job and have already jumped approximately our nation's soil and water 161h.1. ., from
stopped promoting development of ten cents a gallon since the Alaskan resources. One of(wo annual Festivals. to luxurious range quaint t

solar energy which looked so promising spill. And prices are not likely to come Joe Reichert the (he Sidcwulk Art Festival and the city'sfamous !
down since Exxon chairman of waterfront, restaurants ;
for a while, and other sources, such as are quotedas Bradford Soil & Water Conservation is juried evenllhat draws
ethanol.As saying that they classify the spill as District said that although farmers hundreds of artists and night clubs have
"a cost of doing business" and will pass. and ranchers know that good conser- from ull all scheduled special events

Tom "Wicker the columnist, on their monetary losses in suits and vation practices help increase yields over the country. Located as well! Coast, Guard !
reminds us ... we need the oilbut we cleanup efforts to their customers. We'll and improve their profit potential, three miles out into the Gulf licensed

wildlifeboth need the arctic refuge, too, and the be paying for their bungling for years to passing they also on know well-cared-for the importance natural of of.Mexico this sleepy; island to take visitors guides to are their available favorite \S
are the
parts great
come. resources for future food city draws thousands of visi-
producers. fishing holes or to visit
ecological chain that makes the i
planet In spite of this catastrophe the oil "We could give our children all the tors to its famous festivals!! the beautiful
habitable. The oil companies, naturally money in the world, but it would do The island is connected deserted
will protest that they can prevent such companies:continue to say "just trustus" them little good unless we also give to beaches on the plentiful barrier -
spills in the future. But that's what they as they lobby and maneuver to them"a productive soil on which to the mainland by a series of islands. Campgrounds
said place more oil rigs on Alaska's North live, said Reichert. bridges on Slate Road 24.
15 years ago when a tanker route to .and RV parks round out. the .;
the West Coast was chosen over a trans- Slope, as well as in the unpolluted "Materials; especially designed 'to just 55 miles east of Gaines- facilities that are available. I

Canadian pipline for North Slope oil." waters near Washington State, Oregon convey the 1989 theme' "Renewing ,ville. Sporting a safe harbor For the history buffs two ,
Massachusetts and- yesFlorida.. the Living Earth", ex
are being with deep water and
We beat the oil crisis once and we distributed by the Bradford Soil] 6r clearly cellent museums will' be .
could do it What happened. In Alaska, could hap- Water Conservation marked channels plus a 240O '
again by a renewed emphasis District and open. For the mcdit; -photo-1l). .4'
pen here! may be obtained by 'calling or fool lighted and paved air- sessions, remote broadcast ''
visiting the district office during strip; access!! to the island '
-- by
business hours at 2266 N.> Temple and FAX facilities are. also! \
L'' Ave., .Starke, 32091 964-6280., ext. land, sea or air I Is excellent. available.
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Ii Showers Honor Danette GriffisMiss f

Vf Danette Griffis, bride-elect of Clint Hutcheson, was honored at a
/ lingerie shower on Mar. 31 given by Jane and Dawn Griffis, at the home of
the latter on Market Road.. ''

After opening thewhere and enjoying the refreshments, the group travell- y; '
j ed to they enjoyed a bachelorette party for Danette. t

... Miss Danette Griffis was honored at a Home Interior party on Mar. 23,

or where Mrs. Nealy McConnell presented many lovely and interesting arrangements 1 1 +
,.. to the guests. E I
'The party table, covered with a white lace tablecloth and centered withan
arrangement of fresh flowers, held an assortment of fingerfoods. Mrs. ? :,,y l '!
McConnell presented the honoree with several wall arrangements as a ,
Mr.& Mrs. M. M. Griffis. Jr.PhillipsGriffis -- memento of the occasion.Out r "' 4r : ;
of town guests included Mrs. John Law of Gainesville and Krlsty

I Brannen of Keystone Heights.
United in
MarriageShirley Miss Danette Griffis was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower on 1 _

April 4, given by Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr., Mrs. John Greene, Mrs. Charles
Ann Phillips daughter of over satin with a tiered skirt and' Strickland, Mrs. John Tlnsler, Mrs. Chester Wise and Mrs. Wallace Wise, { V _
Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Wi.Williamson, and petal sleeves. at the home of Mrs. Felix Sapp on Raiford Rd. : 1, r t
Millard M. Griffis, Jr., son of Mr. & The bride's attendants both carried The refreshment table in the dining room was coverd with a white lace 1 F< '
Mrs. Claude Morgan and the late a nosegay of spring flowers in tablecloth and centered with an arrangement of fresh flowers and silver t -
Millard M. Griffis, were united in shades of pink to compliment the candelabras on each side. A sheetcake decorated with pink wedding bells f (
marriage in a lovely garden bridal bouquet. Casey and Crystal'J I and ingerfoods were served. td, t
ceremony on Apr. 8 at the home of Sherwin, nieces of the groom were'' f The hostesses presented the honoree with a set of peach colored linens asa
the groom's parents on Griffis Loop. flower girls. They wore pink lace momento of the occasion. ,

The double ring ceremony was over satin dresses and carried white \ '

performed by Rev.John Ross beforea baskets of flower petals, trimmed Building in Washington fj ( ,
flower-decked \
arch. with pink bows and streamers. '
The bride, given in marriage by Claude Morgan attended his son as Discussed at DAR Meeting I N '

her father, wore a tea-length gown of best man. Neil Miles and Richard 'Mrs. Corinne Thornton of Jacksonville was the program speaker at the ..3 ;
cream chantilly lace over peach taf- Walmsley served as ushers. Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter meeting on Monday, Apr. 3 at the home of Mrs. .
feta. The bodice had a venise lace Mattie Taber in Keystone Heights.

collar and vee-overlay) trimmed in The reception was held at the Mrs. Thornton presented slide pictures of Washington buildings and then; Mr. & Mrs.Russ Miscally.Jr.AlvarezMiscally.
pearls. The chantilly lace sleeves home of the groom's parents. The showed separate rooms of the NSDAR Building, Constitution Hall. She
were trimmed in venise lace and three-tier wedding cake was gave descriptions of several different State's Rooms furnished with ar- _
tapered to a point at the wrist.Her illusion centered on army/navy \ificles; of the Revolutionary Period. One of the most Interesting rooms was
veil was attached to a chantilly tablecloth flanked by pink tapers in the Children's Room and Museum, which contained toys and doll furniture
lace caplet trimmed in pearls. crystal holders. The wedding cake' 'of that period: The foyer of the building was furnished by the state of Penn Wed
Cultured pearl earrings and was served by Mrs. Julie Walmsley, sylvania. The Memorial to DAR Women was one of the views shown.
necklace were her orly adornment.She sister of the groom.' Miss .Olivia' v< Regent Mrs. May Henderson presided over the business meeting. National

carried a bouquet of spring Miles, niece of the groom,served the Defense Chairman, Mrs. Lucile Starnes, presented the program on In M ar. 11 CeremonyThe
flowers in shades of pink and peach, punch. 'The party rooms were this department calling attention to the fact that America should stop
with pink streamers.The decorated with bouquets of spring financing the Soviet's defense as the people will find out that Communismdoes

matron of honor, Patricia flowers In shades of the pink bridal not pay as their standard of living Keeps falling. We should be more National Guard Armory of Starke was the setting for the marriage

Sherwin, sister of the bride, wore a colors. alert to Marxism courses being taught in our colleges. Bill Bennett is try of Rhonda Sue Alvarez, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr., of
tea-length gown of pink satin with a Following the reception,' the ing to update our schools' history .courses as students are so poorly Starke, and Russell Darrell Miscally, Jr., son of Mr.,& Mrs. Russell
chantilly lace bodice with petal newlyweds went on a wedding trip to educated in our country's history. Miscally, Sr., of Lawtey. : ,
sleeves. The bridesmaid, Amie Grif Disney World and South Florida. Social hour followed the meeting with refreshments served by the The candlelight ceremony was performed at 7 o'clock by Rev. Roman
fis, niece of the groom, wore a tea- They will reside on Griffis Loop hostess, Mrs. Mattie Taber. Mrs. Ruby Stripling of Gainesville was a Alvarez, uncle and pastor of the bride. .

length! gown of pink chantilly lace when they return. "guest.. The stage in the front of the Armory was the setting for the wedding. .

) Decorating: the center of the stage were three fifteen-lice arches.; with two
seven-branch candelabras at eacn slOe. Twospiris were on toe outer edge
NOTICE OF BUDGET INCREASE BHS Alumni Sponsor of the stage. Accenting the spirals and arches were two heart-shaped

FINE AND FORFEITURE FUNDDUDGET, : ; Booth at Fair; candelabras in front of the arches.
Baskets of gladioli white fugies carnations and
pink snap-dragons, with
1988 1989 Welcome New Members babys breath, ivy, and sprengeri on each side of the hearts. Palms and

BUDGET INCREASE ##2 The Bradford High School Alumni I I floor plants were used throughout the wedding and reception area.
Association's regular monthly The traditional wedding marches were played by Mrs. Frank Durrance.

The Bradford County -Board or County Commissioners will hold a public meeting on WEDNESDAY, meeting will be held Monday, Apr. Solists were Guy Stalnaker of Tallahassee, Mrs Robin Osborn of Orlando

APRIL 19. 1989, at 8:15: p.m. at the Bradford County Courthouse InStarke. Florlda..The purpose or this 24, at the Western Steer Steakhouse! and Mr. Greg Alvarez of Starke, all cousins of the bride.
meeting Is to increase the Bradford County Fine and Forfeiture Fund from $1.072,767.00 to $1,147,767.00 beginning with a dutch-treat dinner Russell Miscally. Sr., father of the groom, served as best man. Ushers
which represents an overall increase or 7500000. All citizens or Bradford County arc Invited to attend at 6 p.m. The program will start at were Greg Miscally (brother of the groom), Ray Griffin (uncle of the

.. ... .. .6:30 with a speaker groom), Robert Wilkison, Hal Davis Rudy Waters, Bob Canter and Sam
1 :pthla, tg"I\ a :qlt Ilrlbrr l 6 Mnr' 1"4 ,j,, blI..Ri. ....,m:. )':Jtt1, 6.UIe4JJn1!, 10.l.l ta"l+ .t.\ ', p.m.I ? Norris all rtiendB:of the groom:Randall Alvarez, nephew of the bride/was >*"'
Hi. loll 10 ..bl\W H!>IIJU.b.bnurl J'Ioda el II 11It lrtq 'tlqml>beep l V.yd'1' RlUU'J1IIJ: er B. Ellerson :lIlo .1.\,.1.I fOIlOWedbythe..1I'b. alumni / fe'll 6tfeai in!9b"-i&J'! : t f***Ba "4Ar M, >* oif* f--)..h td .vmoteocM: !
')f Slnj!und YJ chairman of Wlfi'ltJo Clerk to the Board t'..."' m' -I Gonrely FlllanceIlDlrectnt+ anl sn.I. ''If <
display of educational and interesting the bride, serving as maid of honor. Attendants were Dana Bowen, Lisa
Jones, Anita Moss, Celeste Carter, Sherri Gaskins and Melissa Starling, all
A items color' TV willbe friends of the bride. r

.nDGT. BDGT. given Saturday night, with All the bridal attendants were attired alike in suede rose old-fashioned
ACCOUNT NO. ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ORIGINAL BOGT. INCREASE It INCR !ASE '2** tickets available away for a $1 donation. dresses, accented with tiered, ruffled sleeves and sheer embroidered front
All friends and alumni of BHS are yokes with back-bows made of polyester taffeta.

030-311-1000-100 TAXES .897 42113.00 ,,42.113. 2,113.00 invited to come by and visit the They all carried cascade bouquets of pink sweetheart roses, pink and
I' booth. New members are also white mini-carnations, babys breath and ivy. Accenting the bouquets were
030-311-1001-100 TAXES DELINQUE'NT 6 OTHER 'I.::60 ,60' .00 pink and suede rose satin streamers.,
,' I.lI,'; ': .'j welcome to join the Association at
Flower girls were Jenna Wade Box and Rachel Osborn, carrying heart-'
,", the Fair Booth. Annual dues are $5.
: '
030-334-1610-100 STATE REIHBURSF.MENT-PU DEF. t'u,"[" it h\
shaped baskets with a gold heart inscribed with the wedding date.
COST 4tOOt00r' t..h'. ',,".100.00 4,100.00 The bride in her father satin
given marriage by wore a princess style
030-334-2000-100 STATE REIMBURSEMENT PRISON !,';' ,11'\''l1.'" and organza gown with heavy beaded drop-waist bodice and scalloped

CASES 12,90G.OO: ;'.. 12,900.00 12,900.00 K Registration neckline. Short organza ruffled sleeves with a full skirt and cathedral train

030-334-2900-100 STATE INQUEST MEDICAL EXAHU'ER' 17.950.110. ;17950.00. 17,950.00 Set May 8-12 enhanced with scalloped organza ruffles.
I Her fingertip veil of sheer illusion was attached to a crown of tiny pearls
030-,335-1820-100, F.MERGENCYDISTRIBUTIONALLOC. 141900.00. 141,900.DO 1.900.00 Bradford registration County Schools'Kindergarten will be and rows of heavy beads. She carried a cascade bouquet of fresh
sweetheart pink and white roses with babys breath and ivy, accented with
030-33'-1830-100 SUPPLEMENTAL INMATE .. the week of May 8-12 at the apwhite lace and satin streamers.

DISTRIBUTION REVENUE .,' 72,000.00 72,000.00 propriate schools. The bride's table was covered In white satin over a satin flounce. Center-

030-341-5200-100 CIVIL FEES COLLECTED 2',900,00 I'' '25,900.00 25,900.00 Students are eligible forkindergarten ing the table was a three-tier cake over a fountain. On each side were four
if five ((5)
they are two-tier cakes connected to the main cake with three sets of stairways
030-341-5400-100 FINES 6 BONDS UNINCORPORATED 169,983.00 169,983.00 169,983.00 years old on or before Sept. I, 1989.
leading down to a double heart in front of the main cake.., Miniature

030-341-5410-100 FINES BONDS INCORPORATED 19,800..00._ ,.... 19,800.00 19,800.00 To complete need the registration to provide process the bridesmaids and groomsmen were placed on the stairway. A pair of
parents ceramic doves made by Mrs. Lucille Johns\ was on the borrom layers.
items ((1)
030-351-3000-100 COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT FEES school with the following : Behind the bride's table was lattice work covered in rose colors with two
SPECIAL P 6 F 6,900.00 6,900.00 6900.00; Birth certificate; ((2) Proof of large pink and rose hearts In the center. Cutting the cake was Mrs. Jimmy
doses DTP 4
; J ; immunizations Thornton Mrs. Randy Alvarez and Miss Kellie Baldwin.
)J. ,
030-361-1000-ioo FINE 6 FORFEITURE INTEREST I I IMMR (3)
doses ,
polio, ;
81,000.00 In the center of the reception area were six long tables holding a large I
EA\l'N'' 81\000.00' examination
81,002.00. ,,4 \ \. completed of. within physicaldose the last twelvemonths assortment of ingerfoods placed on silver trays. The tables were arranged
030-369-9000-100 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 4950.00 950.00 4950.00 in a star-shape, in the center of which was a huge arrangement of
the child free from
ii' '.' showing gladiolas pink carnations, snap dragons, white f fujis with ivy and
LAW ENFORCEMENT SPECIAL communicablediseases. I
030-370-1000-100 COUNTY any contagious or sprengerl.
2:'OO.00 2,500.00 .
TRUST 2.500.00 J The groom's table was covered in sued rose with army-navy overlay ,
030-399-9990-100 LESS Sx DISCOUNT ;10,100,00. CR 'Joloo.nO.tR. JOIOO.OO. CR Items 2 and 3 must be that recorded on be cloth. The traditional chocolate cake with a large go-cart adorned this I.
the appropriate forms may table' A picture of the bride and groom accented the table, along with an
030-399-9990-101 BALANCE FORWARD CASII 430,871,00 '00:871.00': 57' ,871.00 obtained from the Bradford County assortment of chocolate-covered sweets. Mrs. Judy Miscally, mother of f i

', I.'., I Health Department. to the the groom, made his cake, which was served by Mrs.. Marty Gotts, Mrs. 1
Parents are urged begin Ray Griffin, Jr., and Mrs. Linda Ward.
TotALS FOR FINE AND FORFEITURE ,' 1,002,7:00: : registration process I for eligible Miss Connie Moody and Miss Tonia Johnson kept the bride's' book.'Miss
If there
week of 8.
children the May Pam Thornton passed out programs at the door, while Mr.! & Mrs..Mark
call Robin
J are any 9646800.s questions please: Moody greeted guests as they arrived for the wedding. .
,. Lee at Directors of the wedding and reception were Mrs. 'Don Tilley, Mrs. ; '
I Roman Alvarez and Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker,. aunts t>{ the bride. The'bride's
.., I 11.1' 'U' BRADFORD COUNTY FINE FORFEITURE FUND i, ",'J" uncle Don Tilley made a video of the wedding and photographs I

BUDGET INCREASE' .2,. 'f were made by Dick Wheeler. The bride's mother, Mrs"J.ulia. Alvarez,
/ h BDGT.. nnGT. Local Residents "'
prepared the wedding cake and the floral arrangements.:
ACCOUNT NO. ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION :; ORICINAL'BDGT. INCREASE INCREASE 1211 Attend Workshop Little Misses Nancy Hildebrand, Rachel Osborn and Marissa( Sellers ;.
'. passed out rice roses to the guests. Servers were Pat Baldwin Donna
030-003-160-3100. COURT APPOINTED PUBLIC" DEF. Mrs. R.A. GreeniJr., Mrs. Mar, Barker Linda Bowen, Cynthia Box, Debbie Broome, Regina Burkhalter,
( ,
79,800:00; ; 79,800.0079,800.00.; Mrs. Herbert
COST 'Thomson :and ''MlscheU Clark, Priscilla Conner, Phyliss Dobbs, LaVonne Jackson, I
030-oOJ-16d-4900': COUNTY WITNESS FEES COST 12,000.00' li.ooo.oo : ::12.000.O Thomas attended the FF.WC the: Woman District Prlscilla Kenney, Dottie Kite, Martha Myrick Shirley Moore, Carolyn
IV Workshop hosted by Sapp Suzanne Sapp, Jennie Strickland, Carol Thornton, Stephanie Thorn-
030-00f.160'f4, .rRER: 'COURT COST 39,800; O. 'J9;800..00. ,?98000 Club of Augustine oh Friday, ton, Geraldine Tomlinson and Leorna, Whitehead. .
in '
COURT REPORTER COSTS. .6ZgO.00 ,62 '20,00' ,'. 6Z.520.00 Apr. 7at the Dutch Pantry '. rtt' ", < I
030-903-170-3300; Augustine. On Friday, Mar; 10, the wedding rehearsal for the Alvarez-Miscally' wedding '
21,900.00 I
030-003-230-4600. COUNTY JAIL REPAIRS. 6 KAINT, 21',900.00 21900.00. was also held at the Starke Armory. '

INQUEST MEDICAL EXAMINERS COST 48U'.00 48,12':00 ,48,12.Q( i Russell and Judy Miscally, parents of the groom, prepared the rehearsal _
030:003270-3100: What-Not Auction dinner for the 55 invited attendants and guests for the rehearsal. The dinIng -

030-003-5270-5200 tAW ENFORCEMENT'EDUCATION COST' '1000.004,000.00'; \ 4000.00 To Be Held Apr: 18 tables were covered with pink cloths, with each table centered with a \);..:
= '" RESERVE CONTINGENCY : :,45',000.00. 45;OOO.00 ''UOOO.OO floral arrangement in the bride's chosen colors of pink and rose. 'f"
030-o FOR : The Bradford Senior Citizens will The menu consisted of smoked and barbecued beef ''and pork,; t

';030-OO4-,160-130Q JUDICIAL BAILIFF ; 6.69.00 6696.00"; "' 6,696.00. have an auction at the Senior Center beans, potato salad tea and banana pudding for dessert. Following dinner ', :
,.' ." I t ''100.00'. (behind the new' courthouse) on the wedding f rehearsal was held. ,, .-::.
100.00 ;
i 03O-004-160-30O0. ; .OPERATINO COST ; I ..,1'\1-' ,\ 't00GO0: :;, ., April 18, a t 1 p.m. ;. '
# !;\ Proceeds will toward funding. > i ', '
391t3a1'.QO' go
;. 3311341,00. 391 3 t
I 1030-004-5210-1000' rSALARIES' OS COST. \ a:. ( b their Center activities.'The public is 'I

1030-004210-3000: OPERATING COST +:' '.: J I: ,,38718,00 38t7' '8.0 Ot\'t : '38,710.00 .cordially. Invited.' Starke Elementary' News. :: :

OUTLAY \I' 38 2 .1! ;)8,220.00) '. .
CAPITAL COSTS ; 38.220'.00 '
030-o04-5ZI0-6000" )
RESERVE rot' ON1INGENCT'J.: < 5210-9900
c, Wednesday, Apr.26 isearlyrehaseandallofourschools wilt to(4isuiise-r :

: .:,:JAILSALARIES 6 $IPS cost, tf.1 197.622.00 226,1920.00, >s "239.327,00 To Host:Gospel Sing 1 edone hour earlier. :V', ","- <6.i :

:' .JAIL QrERATUIG COST l l.9 ", 0 48r627.00j'! ., ,. !j,22000. Beulah Baptist Church Is having agospel Report Cards... "_' r. iff I
030-004-5230-7000 : ,
"I '
.. ;' ," ; t sing on'' SaturdaY. Apr. .;22!, 'Report cards for the fourth.'six.lieeks) grading perlod'will'go1tome' ont: = ,
o. JA1 CAPITAI. OUTLAY CCSTS JOOO.OO ,1.b00.oa: LI.Oo.r. bVo'.r.nina .t7:30"m. .' ', ; I
1 p30- ,1S1JI6.0! I : .""c : -.Di" Thijrsday'Apr: < :* -> > /
featured will be X-. 'jd
030-004-230-9900 rJAIt..RESERVEFOR"CONTINGENCY; ; -3.000J00 3' OO.0r.W'; ",j j,000.00 (elandQuartetofJesupandourown singers ,Special I Th ab.1.-.....< ": ( .:,i
; ,' .'!t" / . J 'JI\lto! ..\ .rh..,.. Weeks Family of Green Cove Spr Starke Elementary staff'wishes to thank Mr. Rod Buchele, Bradford :,
::. ,.. :, ... .. w.- ,'.' "' ..'n'. .. +. ...'. -., .. "' : -- 1ngs, County 4-II Director, for coordinating our "BUKS" Safety Seat Belt pro,

MRFlhl, ANII.FORFEITVRE. ::'. 1.002.767.00. .T.012t 76 'O.oii:14J': 61..0 Everyone is welcome- to attend; gram durinfi the month of March.Thank also to Mrs. Patricia Walnwnght '.,
I 1OTALS, :, .,;,. /r ( -: ;! : .- .f' Beulah Baptist located miles. for helping Mr,Bucheie coordinate schedule*and videos. Mr*.Walnwrlizht / :
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Parent Support (.roue Begins on April 18 UDC Meeting MondayThe St. Jude's Bike-a-'I73on Baby Contest Apr, 16
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
Are W.T. Weeks Chapter UUC, Set for April 22 Church is baby conteston
you having tnmhle cnm- Sandra Cheseborough a licensed will the Bradford Family sponsoring a
meet at
municating with chll ren'' Arc Apr. 18 at 3 p.m. Guest speakerwill
your family therapist specializing in Restaurant on Monday, Apr. 17 at 11 The Third Annual Bikc-A-Thon for
you baffled by their behavior' Uo Parent-Child Counseling will be Plans for the Memorial Service St. Jude's Children's Hospital is be Rev. Samuel Sullivan and'
a.m. AME'
you have a child with special needs? leading the group. Mrs. will be completed at this meetingand scheduled for Saturday, April 22 Church congregation of Starke.at Mt. Pisgah '
Do you wonder if other parents are Chesborough who has a private all members are urged to at from 9-12 noon. It will be held at the In addition to the baby contest,
experiencing similar frustrations?
in Gainesvillealso Bradford
practice tend. High School track. Food
there will be week of
Beginning April? 18, a Parent Sup has experience divorce/fami and refreshments will be provided.If a reviving services
port Group will be meeting for 10 ly mediation and parent education.She Church of God [ from Apr. 10-14, at 8 p.m. On
13 the United Methodist
consecutive weeks at the First Is presently leading a similar you would like to ride in this Apr. ,
Presbyterian Church located on program in the Palatka area with Homcoming Apr. 16 event pledge sheets are available at Women will be in charge of services
Guest will be Rev. Jewel
Hwy. 230 across from the Bradford much success. The Starke Church of God will be the Starke-Bradford County speaker will r 4' _
Warren and 14 the ushers
Hospital. Each session will begin at For further information or to having their Homecoming on Sun- Chamber of Commerce. April .
be In of service. Guest
6 p.m., with a snack supper. Childcare register, contact Robin Lee at the day, April 16. charge -
Eddie Robin
will be Rev.
will be at the church. School speaker
provided Bradford County Board Dinner on the grounds will follow
This program is offered to parents at 964-6800. the morning worship service. son.The public is cordially invited to. .,
no charge. Everyone is invited to come join in. worship with us. r -

8_ ..- ,."

-Outdoor Garden Sale- ThorntonIlixEngagement Donna Reid Thorntonand Mix

I"! ToldMr.

/ Bedding Hanging Azaleas & Assorted Kingsley. and Mrs.Lake Donald announce W. Thorntonof the

engagement of their daughter Don
: -- na Elaine, to Robert Reid Hix of
= PLANTS BASKETS SHRUBBERY Middleburg son of Mr. & Mrs.
Robert Hix[ of Orange Park.
The wedding Is being planned for
Sept. 23 at First United Methodist
C Church of Starke.
10 $599. 4j $199 The bride is employed by her
-.' e- Prices 'In this ad good thru father at Kingsley Lake. The groomis
Tray I Sunday, April 16, 1939. Guard.employedby, the Florida National

s i

+ c Large .
N 20 Quart Patio Tomato Or Joiner-Frizzell

r Soil Potting. . Bag.\ 49 Garden Stakes. . . 3/$1/ Pepper Plants. Each 1 .99 along Engagement Joy with Joiner their and parents Alex Told Frizzell, would like Jr.,

to announce their engagement and
upcoming marriage on May 20, at 6

|0ft IKp lei! imjjj 'fp Church.p.m.The at bride-elect Bayless is Highway a 1987 graduateof Baptist

Bradford High School. The groom-
to-be is a 1986 graduate of Dadeville
CUBE STEAK OR I BOTTOM 1 employed High in Dadeville with Ray's, Ala.Electric He in is

Keystone Hel hts.
IBS t No local invitations are being sent.
:, 1 1 I to All attend.friends and relatives are invited


1 Middleburg Meth.

-M mmresh Church Welcomes

o Renewal Team

Weekend plans readied as the Mid
dleburg United Methodist Church
GREENBROCCOLI prepares to welcome the 21
members of "Venture into i iDisclpleshi
Lay Witness Renewal ,
Team April 14-16.
The weekend activities begin witha
Pepsi covered dish dinner at 6:30 p.m. in .
the Fellowship Hall of the Methodist
U FREE 10 CHEERIOS Caf. Free "' Church. Following dinner will be an
oz. Pepsi informal sing-a-long and official In-
"sew AT THE CHECKOUT troduction of team members, con-
fi,? L WHEN YOU BUY Diet Pepsi 'p / Jumbo cluding about 9:45: p.m.
g 02. KIX' AND Saturday will begin with
1 ;SET 12 OZ. WHEATIES-. i& 95 $ y Bunch fellowship coffee group meetings in
local congregation members homesat
10 a.m. At noon everyone will .'
w.wrUSDA' meet at the fellowship hall for lunch
Choice be ef --_ ,_-_ ,., ; ,,.., ,. .i' and discussion. During the after\ j.
r noon thetfnapH be a visitation ofMiadIebiff ,
--y-Yw..M .r Td '
'BROIL, r oU /i |area homes. I
LONDON At 6:30: p.m. the team and con-
Mtn. Dew gregation will have a second
TOP ROUND covered dish dinner, with singing,
vl LTR .O9 sharing and praying.
Sunday will begin with breakfastat
ROAST 8:30: a.m., Sunday School at 9:30,
OLD followed by Sunday services at 10:43:
USDA Choice Beef Fresh California a.m., and a departure luncheon at
MILWAUKEE 12:30: p.m.Gospel.


At Pine Hill ChurchA

gospel sing will be held Satur-
1.I -. .r -.. day,Apr. IS at 7:30: p.m. at Pine Hill
Congregational Methodist Church.
Lb. $498Lb. *lf'ivlLi'( ''JAf'ly t Featured singers will be the
Southernaires. Pine Hill Church Is
located tt mile past Bradford-Union
Vo-Tech on Brownlee Road. '.
Refreshments will be'served.

Lb.t School Menus a

Apr.1721Bradford ;

EXTRA Elem. &Middle School
Monday Cheese lout ranch fries,green bcuiu,
upilde down cake milk.
pln"rPI.: Turkey tetlraslnl garden .naiad fruit ,.
cup hot rolls milk.
Wednesdays Tuna iliad on lettuce,BulllncH buttered
18.5 Oz. Butter Gold/18.25 Oz. 16 Oz. Greer 64 Oz. Cap's Pride 11 32 Ounce corn fruit cup cinnamon roll milk
Thuradayi Fried chicken, manned '
Devils Food/White/Yellow' "
gravy, cabbage slaw, chocolate cuke, hot rolls
Friday Manager day
Bradford High School v
Monday Spaghetti "w/meat sauce, choeso mix
s...y garden salsd' ,fruit crisp,'hot rolls, milk. ,
Tuesday Tuna salad sandwich, macaroni *
-*mvVMayomaw*- cheese milk. mixed vegetables, peaches, brownie,

Wedneidayt Hamburger gravy maHhcd
1 .*. potatoes, turnip greens, coconut cake, biscuits/ )
milk. ,
Thuradayi Hot dog on bun. baked boanx, cabbage .
,slaw fruit cup cookie, milk.
r FrMsyi Managers choice day. !

8 Oz. Assorted Yogurt 24 Ct. Family & 28 Oz. Frozen Hamburgers AlaCarteMoad.ys plus, corndog' french {1
I Reg. Triangle fries,milkshakesTurxlayi .
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April 13.1089 'IKIKC.K\PII Vane U

I I Legal Notices r You are hereby notified that on Orderof tlon activities for fill borrows or borrow .; .
Summary Administration has been pits within Bradford County a J In.' ; '

entered In the estate of MABEL FUTCH Sold contemplated Ordinances may be r -

McCLelLAN 'deceased. File Number Inspected by the public at the Office of .,,' I IHappy Ii
PUBLIC NOTICE 89-51-CA, by the Circuit Court for Bradford the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford
CITY OF LAWTEYTh. ment does not recommend that you seek County, Florida Probate Division, County Courthouse, Stork, Florida ,
Safe Drinking Water Act alternative water supplies at this time. the address of which Is Bradford County during the regular business hours of 8.00 '''''. ,
poised For more Information contact Barry Courthouse, Stark., Florida, 32091 that A.M. 5:00: P.M., Monday through Frl-
by Congress In 1986 rqur! .s oil wotersystems Watts
((904)) 782.3454, or contact Kristen
the total cash value of the Is less
to notify their" day.All
customers about Smeltier with the Department of Environmental
possible toad contamination In than $25,000, and that the names and Interested parties may appear at
water. This water drinking Regulation ((904)) 7984200. addresses of those to whom It has beenassigned sold meeting and be heard with respect t
drinking system l I.cur 4/06 2lchg 4/13 thereto
rently well below the EPA standards for by such order are: r i
lead In drinking water and will continue NAME: Robert lewis McClellan. P.O. Dated this 4th day of April. 1989. I

to carefully monitor water quality. Even Box 718, Starke, Fl 32091. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
though the
water department I I. below NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO flORIDA.
the standards for lead It ll Hill possible King Cotton Road. Brunswick GA 31520.
for lead to ent.r your water from lead REGISTER NAME Margie Sue (Reddish) Tomlin. Ray Norman, Clerk
pipes and lead solder. Pursuant to Section 86909 Florida 32091 son, 803 West Cypress Street, Starke, FL COlltrol04531chg

A* a part of your system's treatment Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the All file with 4/6.20
persons are required to
process, the pH level and mineral
Content undersigned RAY C. REDDISH Box I,
the Clerk of said Court, WITHIN THREE
of the water are adjusted to deliver Florida CALL
minimally corrosive' water The effect of Inc., Rt. 1. Box 1003 Melrose Florida FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE oil Sealed Bids will be received by the City .
this practice U to produce water that 32666 joint owners doing business claims against the estate In the form and Commission' of the City of Storke,
dissolves lead more slowly than corrosive under the firm name of LAWTEY TURF manner prescribed by Section 733,703 of Florida at the City Hall In Starke, Florida

water. FARM Box L, County Road 125 lawtey the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the until 7:30: p.m. Tuesday April 18, 1989 r
The EPA has provided the water Florida 32058, Intends to register said Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship at which time and place all bids received
department with the following Informa- fictitious name under the aforesaid Procedure.ALL will be publicly opened and read aloudon

tion: statute CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO the following:
The United States Environmental Protection Dated this 27th day of March 1989 In FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The Following Items Declared Surplus

Agency (EPA) sets drinking Bradford County. Publication of this Notice has begun Property By The City

water standards and has determined 4tpd 4/06.4127 on April 6, 1989. Item No. I: 1975 Ford B.600 Bus Birthday to you...
I, that lead Is a health concern at certain EUGENE F. SHAW Item No. 2: 1967 GMC 2 1/2 Ton Gar
levels of exposure. There Is currently a Attorney for Petitioner barge Truck ((7500)) SREC Congregate Meal clients at 134 E. South Street helped BernIe
standard of 0.050 parts per million REGISTER INTENTIONTO 925.E North Temple Avenue Item No.3: 1969 Dodge Wayne Smith celebrate her 87th birthday on March 27. She was presented gifts I

(ppm). Based on new health Information Starke, Florida 32091 SweeperItem flowers, and a birthday cake. Have many more. Bernie
l EPA Is likely to lower this itandard FICTITIOUS NAME ((904))964.5200 No. 4: 1982 Ford LTD 4 Door
significantly.Part' Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida 4/06 2tchg 4/13 Item No. 5: International Speed New
of the purpose of this notice Is to Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Process TransmissionItem '
Inform you of the potential adverse undersigned ROBERT MAY. Rt. 1. Box ----- No. 6: Fuller 5-Speed Transmission -
health effects of lead. This Is being done 622, lake Butler, Fl. 32054 and MICHAELA. NOTICE OF INTENTTO --
HONOUR. P.O. Box 113. Raiford, Fl. publication. Written objections should I
even though your water may not be In CONSIDER No.7: Electric Motor Large the Board for Us consideration In its
identify the and address
violation of the 32083 joint owners doing businessunder Phase Motor (in condition objector by name
current standard ENACTMENT OF TWO ((2)) running ) deliberation on the application prior to
and describe the
the firm of MORASS fully objection to
name 4x4
I EPA and others are concerned about PROPOSED ORDINANCESBY Item No.8: Camper Topper Fits the Board taking action on the application.
301 South, Stark., Florida 32091. Intends the Filing a written objection
I lead In drinking water.Too much lead in THE BOARD OF COUNTY Ranger long Wheel Base application. I
to register sold fictitious name under theaforesaid does not entitle you to a Chapter
Item No. 9 1967
, the human body can cause serious COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD : Ford Pickup Dannl..T. Kemp, Director I
120 Florida Statutes, AdministrativeHearing
damage to the brain kidneys, nervous statute.Doled COUNTY FLORIDA The City of Starke reserves the right toaccept Divisional Records
this 28th of Only those whosesubstantial
day March. 1989 In persons I
system, and red blood cells. The NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the or reject any or all bids affected the SI.Johns River Water
Bradford County. interests are by
greatest risk, even with short-term exposure first day of May 1989 beginning at CITY OF STARKE and who file Management District I
3/30-4/20 application a petition
Is children 4tpd the BY:Jerry Wadsworth Control 050
to young and pregnant 10 00 A.M., Board of County Commissioners meeting the requirements of Section
women. of Bradford County FloridaIn Director of Purchasing 1Ichg/13
obtain administrative
285201 FACmay an
Lead levels In your drinking water are NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO regular session, to be hold at the CITY OF STARKE. All flled-
be REGISTER BY Neil L. Tucker City Clerk hearing timely
likely to highest Board meeting room at the Br.nlloid written objections will be presented to
elf your home or water system has lead FICTITIOUS NAME County Courthouse, Slarke FlorlHu, will 4/06 2lchg 4/13
pipes orelf Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida consider the following ordinances ."".
your home has copper pipes with Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the the proposed enactment thoroof: The St. Johns River Water Management

lead solder ANDIf undersigned, Charles Garrard. 1501 E. 1 1. 10:00: A.M.: An ordinance upcl. <.illi\y District has received an applicationfor
Call Street Starke, sole owner doing Stormwoter from: STARKE ALIVE
the home Is less than five years Bradford County Ordinance 70.2 relating
business under the firm name of lawtay SUWANNEE SWIFTY FOOD STORE
old or to animal industry, adopting minimum
Satellite Systems Hwy. 301, lawtey INC.. P. O. Box 311, Qultman Go.
sit you have soft or acidic water, orel' standard for the control of flies, maggots
water sits In the pipes for several Florida 32058, Intends to register said ,and rodents and for the prevention 31643, application 42-007.000IAN, on
hours. name under the aforesaid of unsanitary conditions In feed lots, 3/17/89. The application is for a ..Iorm.wol.r Renovationyubitee

Lead containing materials can often statute.Dated this 23rd day of March. 1989 in barns, buildings, or kennels In which system to serve 0.700 acres lo be
be spotted through home Inspection: Bradford County. animals are bred raised housed or
can also Inspect your home for maintained for any use: adopting ox. STORE In Bradford County located In Sec.
rlumb.r. 4tpd 3/23.4/13 tion 01, Township 08 South Range 22
materials. The only way Control 019 elusive methods for disposing of id'nd
to be sure about your water's lead content animals: providing a ponalty providing East.Action
----- will be taken on the above
is to have the water tested If you an effective date.
are concerned about possible exposureto IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Substance of contemplated Ordlnnnco I listed applications( ) within 30 days of
lead using cold water and flushing JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Is to update current Ordinance 2 receipt of the application. Should you be
your lines for a few minutes before each BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA which pertains to Animal Industry Interested In any of the listed applications
should the St. Johns May 6th
use can reduce your exposure to tread. 2. 10:15: A.M.: An ordinance lo provide
River Water District at
To flush your lines, allow the water to CASE NUMBER: 89-51.CA for the control of excavation activities Management
run for a few minutes. Flushing will take IN RE: ESTATE OF for fill borrows or borrow pits in P.O. Box 1429 Palatka Florida Shriners Parade
less time If there has been recent heavy MABEL FUTCH McCLElLAN, Bradford County, to protect the natural 32078-1429. or In person at Its office on

water use such as bathing or doing laun Deceased resources, health, safety and! wolfuio of State Florida Highway 90432B.8321.Wrltt.n 100. West, Palatka, Craft Show & Square Dance!
dry. It Is recommended to always use NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO the citizens of Bradford County.
cold water to cook with drink since ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Substance of Oriliitunro objection to the applicationmay I
or contemplated
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE be made, but should be received no Come One Come All! Sponsored by DMA& C of C :
hot water will dissolve lead at a faster Is to provide for the control of ava.
ESTATE later than 14 days from the date of I ,
rate than cold water. Th. water depart- :

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BADCOCK r't'1'1 r Chiropractic CENTER Care ::: WELCOMESTOP2: Auto*Home /Tin.ute _ Works
Whenen You Need It "Home of the Stumpknockerboat"
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FURNITURE 4 /IIISTate E22 f96 4"782-:
DUClIAma.'IUUa. 473-7213 .. ."., .
Kim & Jan Johnson In the days\ of the Old Ws6 Man motor can and lh. Sunday Luke [ 1S _.Nr.. ..!..!...... HWY 301 N. 964r4461 or 064-5531
2BOBS tawrenre ptvd. Keystone ill!!s Iron Hor".lh.principal mod of conveyance for pautngnsand tO.147Monday

Blankenship'sChimney From darting Mnt to destination th. trip was tiring Luke
Inc uncomforlablt' and haiardous. Travel was not .ewe The 21:128 HOME of Starka
Sweep trails were rough the going cramped and the Jostling about
Management & Staff ..'..painful And.ol court*,the threat of an Indian attack or 'Tuesdayholdup Dignified Service Call 9612322or
was ever present lull
Service M 1-13 e Monuments 961-2323
HWY 301 North Aftei endleis hours or perhaps days.comfort and rent hi : Karen McMonlgl) 218 No Temple Ave
964-8278 964-7500 the weary traveler, was a must Regular Mopping places or WocInndallal.llona HWY 301 S. 964-5757 AGENT Slorto R
were far too Infrequent along the way and each: one Luke
lull couldn't torn.soon enough When one"'.. sighted, .kt 2214-43 DURRANCE PUMP & HURST'S EXXON ,
Eyeglass Store E-Z, Wheels Auto ) was sheer pleasure and welcome relief Tnursifay

We Finance If your week's Journey has been somewhat long and lull SUPPLY SERVICE
complete unbearable, look forward to the neat station atop, your 23:1-39
"Your Buy Here Pay Here church or synagogue There you can renew and refresh Friday Attend your church regularly "24 HR..WRECKER SERVICE"
yourself It will' make the next leg of the Journey....... '
lull 987 N. TEMPLE AV.
eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. I. :
_...aver w..a..w-r arsex-vu xes 2339-36
103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 I 964-7783 --.....-.ws..w Saturday 864 N. Temple 964-7061 t9646111Lewis

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BATTERY HOME'Dlsttngulshed.

STARKEWe .Coring SwvtooFotOvarSOYfoi eMYANT

rebuild starters, alternators ,<1F i4.M.Jhew I Hwy. 301 S/ po'Box 207 .

& Generators'I Steve and Cindy Futch MiI."nrte a r".NBTARKC. 'Starke
Auto Marina Cycle Batteries Starke 964-0200 V/t...._ tut_.JO" 9646871WARD
'Yi-pMO..... rn.ke-A-
407 N. Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights 4733176EH F

Lamp of Jesus MinistriesCrafts

,Andrews Drugs Community Slat Bank i iI & ConsignmentsLocated AUTO SALVAGEWe

off 100 S. toward Keystone.take Buy Junk ft Salvageable)CoraHwy3013MI.N.oISfake
'For All Your Pharmacy Needs'356W.Madison ; of Starke i I right on 24th Ave.,follow signs.

Starkas Only Home Owned Eves. 964898

964-7170 Independent, Bank I I yi jr .All Nature Sings ot Jesus' 964-7345

A11 B Walnut";' 9B4,783a


TRANSMISSION SERVICE Corner of US 301 & State .. is 9" Quality Used Cars Adi Btwet 0f aicwtly ayswsi .(.-.. ,........ I t

sp"0aw'* +=.: ATR: CI Lawtey, FL r -r-.t'---- F"uiCOM&!
:,,.L71' o,standards 782-3737 i4.11 "efrh a.l.lr.M{ t l fwySOl 964.8358GOLD 280177 L,
084-4080 a M4-788O eM'll1q
528 S. Walnut St. 964-8317 t


US 301 N. Starke SALES aiiii& & Personnel Horse Tack Western Wear Air Conditioning ;

Services: Fertilizer e Seed & Farm Supplies
964-6600 "Worship this week and ovary week Office A Typing Service ol All Superior quality homes at 81 Refrigeration "

at the church of your choice" affordable prices 2228 N.Temple Avenue I
Service .
T 24 HR Wrecker Kinds 064-8278 e 064-56O8 ,.
Custom made exhausts stems 1018 N. Temple 964-0461 1837 Raiford Rd. a 9647777Terwillegar HWY 301 a 984-6833 964-7871 /1


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STORE Sales & Service I
'All the right parts In all the 206 W. Madison & US 301 TOR Men Women.Children."W*Loo Kids &O UN TA NICE '1

Officers, Directors & right places" Starke. 9647200SR CORPORATIONMark Hry SOl 1C Ned to Flo U aQ Computerbedrhannacy A.4IJ\.toJ'.... 'I

Staff 21 Keystone Heights' Mullins & Employees 964-7303 127 E. Call et. 004-7810
153!' W. Rrownless Ad 964-6060 -- I

Allen's,Office Supplies: STARKE LANES ." I !! .Insurance: WESTERN STEAK STEER HOUSE FAMILY 1.1 :

and Printing Company
440 W. Madison From all el u* at Western Sttir

Art Supplies Custom Framing US 301 South
_s!f rates tor ,Church groups. ,(Wlnn-DlxIe Shopping! Center)
Office Supplies
e Printing ...-.061 I iJ
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It's a fact, you can Complete Tire Shop & Auto Dally Lunch Buffet '' .'
at Denmark's Repairs ,113th' 1:30 ,
better pm .' ,.,... ".i"\. '
HWY 301 N: It; = 434 W. Call 964-5827 402 N. Temple; (964-6601) 801x"North of 1 SR T71orL la \ ".: ,I '. L I
964-6438 _

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Mona CanovaTo a

Be Honored

At Apr. 29 Event

1 Mrs. L.A. (Mona) Canova will Ixj
I honored with a "This Is Your l.ifo"
program and banquet at the armory
on Edwards Road, Saturday, April .
29, starting at 7:30: p.m.
An evening filled with entertainment .
walks down memory lane,
awards and other recognition are
T planned for this occasion. In her long
I 1 career as music teacher and accompanist
for musical rs r
I many programs
and dramatic productions, Mrs.
Canova has touched many lives of
every age.
All students and former students "
of Mrs. Canova are asked to contact 73 :s
Sylvia Reddish 964-6500; Lavon
Drivas, 9648646; or Don Hardy I '
964-7559. A list is being compiled for 'r -
presentation during the program. ..Lf F::1
1- Tickets for this occasion will be on 1V\
sale at merchant locations in the \ N f .
I f area I\ i9.Z
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...Joshua CrawfordRandal ,,-""-

: and Deanna Crawford of -' 1I
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.1I Lawtey announce the birth of a son, '
Joshua Adam born Mar. 30 at }
I Alachua General In .
I Hospital ,
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I The Five Kirrilfcfc.. l'0llie first Iliac, rive finalists! were Sflrctfd. At Gainesville.Joshua Adam weighed 7 (... t l(
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I top: nrnlruiiiM-r-iipl'iiin' ('lark.QiicMnVViin.lnMiirlhT.Juton L j
( Wiinila :Mueller, Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
lop center and the four and second runiifr-up Emily: Tow. At holtoiii: finalists!
lin.ilists pose! Saturday night in their evening gowns Christy! iuult, left, and Teresa Kasselt. Miss llassett Mrs. Aubrey (Bill) Gaskins of
hot II l l.v after the Strawberry Beauty Pageant was also selected !Miss('on l'nlality.h' Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are Final Farewell...
Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Crawford Jr., of
Lawtey Starke City Clerk Neil Tucker says a final goodbye to a loyal employeeas
Ms. Elise Pass a 28-year veteran at the City Hall bid her fellow
workers farewell In an emotional ceremony.
;\ and Mrs. Community News...
Greater Allen Chapel...
James F.. ShaddTo USDA Dates
Celebrate On April 16 at 3 p.m., Sister Retirement Party Given
For Distribution Mildred Sumter, a recording gospel

;50th) Annivcrary Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc",announces I he following d.iUs singer,Everyone will present Is invited a program to attend.of By City for Elise Pass
Mr. and Mrs James Elvin Shadd for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines:! anil in- songs. -
Rev. Tarrance Robinson, Pastor.
.ul Lake Huller will celebrate their come eligibility scale information may be obtained Iron (he Suwannce
.*>(ilh Wedding Annivcrary Sunday, River Economic Council, Inc. New Hope Baptist... Elise Pass was honored last Ms. Pass began employment with
April IK al the Lakeside Loop Commodities must be picked up only at Iliu situ designated! on the carl New Hope Baptist Church will be Thursday at a retirement party in the city in May, 1960, when Merrill
lomuTly Lakeside I I..ike, Butler vs ith a reception from 3 either of two designated alternates.. may pick up the commodities. program at 3 p.m.The guest speakerfor she transcribed minutes of council city hall, which was razed when the
'in "> p in. Distribution site and dates. are as lollows: this occasion will be Minister meetings during her 28 years as new city hall was built in 1979. She
Air and Mrs Shadd were married APRIL 10-21: S'fAHKJSHI: <:C Outreach (','nler, lil: K.: South Street, Emory O. Howard, Jr., from deputy clerk. says that in spite of some "trying
in. Sliirke on April 16, 1939. 9:00: a.m.-4 p.m. Jacksonville. Your attendance is times" she has enjoyed serving the
The1 I couple have five children,Ed- Please bring a box or bag In put your commodities m. greatly appreciated. Rev. Jake City employees from all depart- citizens of Starke for more than a
".ll'd Shadd, Mary Nell Archer Davis, Pastor. ments filled the Council chamber as quarter of a century.Assembly .
Allison Shadd, Linda F. Whiteheadand Ms. Pass was presented with a
Audrey J-'. Wilson. There are Waterford crystal biscuit barrell!,
thirteen grandchildren and two and a framed letter expressing ap-
great (jrandbons. Happy Birthday preciation for her services during of God
All friends and relatives are Invited FEARED YET FRAGILE: The great her long career with the city.DEXTER'S .
to come by and help the couple white shark Is perhaps the most Levi Lee Concert Sunday
celebrate this most joyous occasion. respected and feared animal below
.- --- tho waves. But the great white is alsoa 3 yrs. old Middleburg 's First Assembly of
SWEET SURPRISES: The discoveries fragile animal. International Wildlife Prom Garters God will.have the Winston Miller
ol the artificial, sweeteners most magazine reports that sharks capturedfor Family in concert on Sunday, Apr.
popular today were all accidents of research live only a few days in Clark's 16 at 7 p.m.
the laboratory. But according to Inter captivity. Biologists believe that keep The Millers have had concerts
national Wildlife, magazine future Ing the animals in a confined area may Cards & Gifts throughout the nation and Canada
breakthroughs in sweetening may be killing them. They've found a ill S. Orange St. CAFE and have performed with many
come from exotic plants. One super shark' swimming motion keeps Its famous singers.
sweetoner Is miracle fruit. The plant's blood pumping. Constant movement 964-8776 22-year old daughter, Michelle,
small red berries are calorie free and through the water compensates for GOURMET] will highlight the program.She served
one thousand times sweeter than the animal's low blood pressure and as 1983 Greater Jacksonville Miss
sugar small heart. Teen,1983-84 Florida Miss Teen,and
NOW OFFERS..Gourmet Dining 1988 Miss Florida Community Col-
lege at Jacksonville and also a participant
--. v Friday & Saturday:J2ves.6-9pi: in the televised 1988 Miss
Florida Pageant this past June. iryT3"}
Seafood Steaks Pasta Entrees Orlando. '
The public is invited to this con-
I Homemade Soups Elegant Deserts I. cert at the chuirch, located at 3165
Fresh Baked Bread CR 215 in Middleburg.

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wt 964-9071 301 N.(across from High School) ,


1 422 N. St ClaJr- 964-5445

LOSE 10-50 POUNDSby JOhn Spratlin, PastorWe
people connect Invite you to worship with us.
SummerL Attended Nursery

Sunday School .................. lOamMnmfcieWarahlp
............... 11 mEXtrtngSanrlce
New Christian Diet Group Forming ................ 6pmWttlnailayYouth
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CUSTOM E 1)) What God's Word Says About Overeating .

CALL FORWARDING A 2) Nutrition For Dieters

** 3) Behavior Modification and Much More Lamp of JesusCraftConsignment
tracks down private eye N
CALLING Classes Taught by Christian Lady Certified In Weight
Management (Tu........10-5:30)

$10.00 Registration Fee Call fw J2lrrivaf

SAVED MYMARRIAGE 5.OO Rebate if you bring 782- 7QO ALL OCCASIONGift Baskets

a friend JT
3.00 Per Week After 2 p.m. For Mora Information, call:
964-7109 or 964-5898


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wife's busy signals

,.. F Bradford County Board of '

Call CENTEL for j 8 f County Commissioners' the

details aboutTOUCHCALL + Bradford County Zoning Board

and will hold two additional joint

services 'workshops for the proposed, new .

subdivision regulations for

Bradford County :to be held April

SPEED CALLING f 17 1989 and May 15 '1989 in ,

Great for 1i/ ,,: { 1 ,

emergenciesTHREEWAY i ; the County Commissioner'sRoom w ;:.;:; .

z; V C Bradford CountyCourthouse r," rl...]) ;,."...' .. \.Ii .

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.1 schedulinghassles The public> +4 s invited +--n"- .:l;,/. .

j attend and participate in the .' ".

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BUS Tornado Baseball Team

3rd in Palatka Tournament

b)'Joe Cissy DovM. Joduon I O a I against St. Augustine "we went
The Tornadoes TnMiUnf 0 O
traveled to kind
back to the of
playing we
Minn Nlcholt 1 O O Ol.n.
Palatka last week
to play In the ...MN..I d I 4 4 can play," said Zuraff.
Palatka Invitational baseball tour- TlmlnrltJoMrlnnt. d I I. Holding the Yellow Jackets
nament, competing In a field of I I I 1w.yn until the
scoreless seventh Inning,
seven teams and .,...... I 0 O 0
placing third. John Miry I O O O pitcher Kelly Dyal had a one hit shut
Having their first game rained out .oI'w' OWol I I O OD.enl. out going, but gave up three hits and
Tuesday evening, the Tornadoeswere .,.'....... I I I IT..I. one run In the last inning for the 7-1
forced to play back (to back II 14 14 II I r

games Wednesday, meeting the Bradford 1. Palatka 4 win.Dyal struck out 10 and walked 2 -., r+d, r .R wM d/w..17NtOAPf ja'10.0 "f-- .. Arrrr'r...
eventual tournament champions, In the second game, at 5 p.m., the while allowing the 4 hits. Dyal, now
double Palatka header, In the for second Bradford.The game. of the Tornadoes made a couple of mental 4-1, lost to Baldwin early in the
errors allowing three runs In the season.
Tornadoes won the opener but third ,inning and the win to go to Jeff Plant singled and scored in
lost the second round game to Palatka. the first Inning on a long fly ball hit
Palatka, and won the consolation Palatka got the breaks in the third by Travis Long and dropped in the
game over St. Augustine to nail outfield. A second throwing error :
Inning, said Coach Jeff Zuraff, get- \
down the third place In the ".
spot tour- ting all of their four hits in that contributed to the score.
nament. Palatka defeated Deland in frame and three after the sideshoulfhave Cordell Strong hit a solo home run .
the championship round, taking the been retired on a double in the third inning for the second ,., .- .. '.,..". .. ,. ..' .
title, while Deland had to settle for play attempt that didn't work. Tornado score. \. ,,' '
the second place position. With one out In the bottom of the In the sixth inning,James McNealhit -
a two run homer,with Kelly Dyalon -
third inning, and a runner on first
BUS 14, MilS (Ky) 0 the Palatka batter hit a ground ballto base! and the seventh inning saw .. -
In the opening game for the Tor- the pitcher who tried for the dou- Jason Johnson hit a two run homer -
nadoes, meeting Middleborough, ble play. No one was covering se- with John Berry on base after a Quick Throw...
Ky. at 1 p.m., Wednesday, Bo cond, the throw went wild and one single.Then Jeff home Plant doubled and BUS softball team members Latara Jackson at first base on left,and pitcher Dee Dee Prevatt on the
brought by a single by
Hersey pitched a 1 hit,7 strikeout no run scored. Two more singles ac- was
make defensive In the field.
right a Marion at
McNeal. play a practice
walks ballgame, to move the team counted for the three run inning I
Into.the second round games at 5 before the last two batters were There were three homers In the
p.m.In. struck out to retire the side. game and one double.
the first inning catcher James Jeff Plant was 2-3,with one double Winning pitcher Kelly Dyal BHS Ladies Bats Come Alive '
McNeal hit a grand slam, over the and the only RBI, in the second Inning struck out 10, walked two and
fence home run to register four Cordell Strong, pitcher,was 1-3, allowed four hits. He is now 4-1 for
RBIs. a single, and Donnie Francis went the season. The bats of the Tornado girls soft- BUS 9 Middleburg 16 runs scored, and one RBI; Tangela
Tim Lewis doubled and scored on 1-1, a single, to complete the hitting ball team came alive for one game A 5-run come-from-behind rally in Pittman, 4-for-5 including a home
an RBI double by first baseman Jeff for the Tornadoes. ....d'-4 .. 101 002 1-7 10 1N. when they banged out 16 hits and the sixth inning lifted Middleburg run, three runs scored,and 2 RBI's;
Plant. Plant then scored on an RBI Cordell Strong was the losing pit- Ao1oh 000 000 Il7awy. beat Ocala Vanguard 14-9 April 3 in High 7-6 by the Tornado girls March Latara Jackson, :3-for-4 including a

single by DH Donnie Francis. Jason cher, his first loss of the season,and .. A.O.ts I... Hit. I" Ocala.It 30 on the BHS diamond at Westside triple, three runs scored, and one
Johnson walked for the second time goes to 4-1 in his five starts. He gave J.....JsM..w 4 1 1 I broke up a Tornado skid and Park behind the Vo-Tech Center. RBI; Kendra Butler, 3-for-5 in-
in the inning. up four hits, struck out 10 and walk C..d.1I s_, 4 I I I gives the Bradford High girls a 4-9 Until then, BHS led 5.2. cluding a home run and 2 RBI's;
Francis scored on an infield single ed 2.0r.00brd. Jolt.... 4 I I 0 record to date. Due to a lack of hit- BHS hitters were: Chanda Woods, Valencia Moss, 3-for-4; DeDe
by Cordell Strong, and Devin T...,.lsM 4 I I 1is ting and errors in the field, BHS lost for-4; Tangela Pittman, for-4; Prevatt, 3-for-4; Sharee Brown,
Jackson ended the scoring in the ,&.. Oil 010 000 000 0-5-44 4 I I ............ 4 I 1 1Tln 7-6 March 30 to Middleburg High and Latara Jackson 3-for-4 and one RBI; l-for-4, and Melinda Williams,
first by driving Strong in with an /I.y., A.M I.n. HIO. RON" ,t.Mis 4 0 0 0 6-1 April 5 to Keystone High in Stacy Marshall,2-for-4 and one RBI, l-for-4
Dorln J .YMn I a O.
RBI single up the middle.In J...n Jehnwn I 0 0' John s.rq f 1 1 0D.nnl. Keystone. Kendra Butler, l-for-4; Valencia BUS led all the way.
the second inning the Tornadoes C.rd.llSrong I 0 I 0D..I. .'-swots 1 0 0 0 First baseman Latara Jacksonhas Moss, l-for-3 and one RBI, and
added three runs when McNeal, ,...,..M.kwn I I 0 0 a'0'Jo. ....,. 22 7 0 7 been playing good defense and Cherish Green, 2-for-3..
Lewis and Plant led off with threestraight ....len0.M..I I 0 0 0 hitting consistently, says Coach Sue KIIS6BIISIHost
In the series, Plant hit a double in
McNeal and Lewis Trieste.
singles. TIn Lois I I 0 0
scored on an error at third base with Jolt 1'1... I 0 I I all three games, and McNeal had BUS 14 Vanguard 9 Keystone Heights scored six
Francis batting for 2 RBI's. Strong John...." I 0 0 0 two home runs. Upcoming... The Tornado ladies banged out 16 runs in the first inning on three hits
0.551." .1. I 0 1 0 and wenton
The Tornadoes had 29 hits and four Bradford errors
drove in the third run with an RBI 7.1.1. 21 1 4 1 as a Next BHS action will be at 4 p.m. hits April 3 to go 14-9 by Ocala
single to right. team, and committed only three errors Friday, April 14, in a tournament at Vanguard in Ocala. to a 6-1 win.
Consolation Game...
Marshall led BHS, going
two of them costing the loss to BUS Stacy
In the fourth, the Tornadoes pick- Hawthorne High when BHS plays hitters were: Chanda Woods,
ed up two more runs when John In Friday's consolation game Palatka. Waukulla. for-4 including a home run three 3-for-4 at the plate.

Berry was safe on an error, Francis I
drew a walk. Strong drove in Berry
with his third hit of the game, and
Francis scored RBI .
on an single by nMMBMIMWHIWMHMiMiHM

Jackson.McNeal went 4-4, a double and a
grand home run, with four RBis. We Challenge You to Find
Strong was 3-4, all singles,
and 3 RBIs. Tim Lewis was 2-3 1
RBI and Jeff Plant was 2-3 and 1

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KITS Match Results... Only Cash & Carry ,
Jr. Acevedo, Josh Crawford, John '
Dempsey, Al Jones, Derrick Long, ;]
Clint Reed,.and John O. Williams ,
recorded first place finishes in the 1- I j

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Al Jones, 148 pound class, 0n1$29900 1
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Tornado golfers won the tri-match .
with Columbia High and Suwannee with any ;TV :".
High last Thursday April 6, on the, Thurs. Fri. & Sat. Wh'Purchase' '
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club ,
Lake City Country course. purchased this I'weekend
BHS shot 162,Suwannee had a 170, a $3.99 T-120. I
and Columbia had a 177. It puts the I

BHS David record Elder at 14-1 shot to one date.over par 37 Rent 3, get 1 :FREE # 6 Hour Taper \: I

on the Lake City Country Club I : ,; I
course to lead BHS. Ed Douglas shot' "j i
40, Mark Murray 43, and Chris Simmons r -

Carl 43.Ste.Marie, a Lake City golfer ; "
shot oiio-usdcr-par.. And a LJva HOME ENTERTAINMENT: : CONCEPTSBradford 1

Oak golfer, John Stiwak. shot'even : ,I

par 38. .

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BHS plays again today Thursday. 'r .
April 13) at 3:30: p.m. at Palm Coastto
play a tri-match with Flaglera
Palm Coast St.Augustine,and BUS.

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Tracksters 4th & 8th R k .

In Invitational MeetTornado

girls were fourth and the Martin MS. 10''' I') Jgchlan, NM 101'.". /
boys tied for eighth In the 22nd annual Trlpla Jump 1)) 01......P.'.41'('/," 2)) 5.n...).OF,
44 11" 1))Jacliian,NM,43." 4))Martin.M(."'3'1.' 5)) t
Bradford/dBurger King Invitation rancll., Clay "'3'"" 6)) McDutlla IHS 4V>''''" ., t
run Saturday April 8, on the High Jump 1)).,.wn.NM 6'4" 2))O Whlla.>..."'1"
Bradford High oval. 3).)J.k.an Pal.I 2""" 4))'.nk.I.".('Iff' >)Martin. MI,
,." 6)) Cal.y. LW 110'.
The girls mile medley relay Pala Vault. 1)) lalglar Pal. 10*%" 2)) Colon,.., illS
((220,220,440, 880) posted the only 100" 3)) '''''ckl..d, IP., 100" 4))vadada, LW, r'/.
Bradford High first The team of 6)) Worthl./ ..... OP, t"/>".
IN Yd. High Hurdlalt 1)) Thamal, Pale 14.IS 1)AnaWxn. )
Bridget Holder, Aurilla Williams, OF. 14." 3))'..ncl.. Clay II.40 4))John.,
Kim Hampton and Christie Harrellran ONO IS.(I f)(....n.NM, 17 04 4))0r...,OV. IP.10.
43299.: 100 HHatar Daihl I)Wright. SFa. 10 al (new moat F I /1
_rd) 2)) Hamkart, LW II 24 3)) fmllh N.w II 21 i hW4 e.1r -
Ocala the
Vanguard won girl'smeet
4)) Cflrla Dlnllnl, (HI. II.13 5)) L.., OH. IKS 6)Woad. )
with 63 points. The finishes in .. OP. II.(T.
order of points were: 2) Clay High On....'.1.,' I)....I....Jo. L...4)31) IS 2)) Pal.tanaH. .
55 points; 3) Gainesville High and .OHS.437| .3( 3))Pylon MB ',10'7 4))Phllman.
NM..,(2.(0 S) luck LW.4 54 01 4)) Can Ward INS, .
Newberry High (tie), 45; 4)) Brad .:...". ...
ford, 35; 5) Ocala Forest, 33; 6)) Lake 440 ..1.,. 1)) lanta Pa 41 7* 2)) Palatka 43.0 3)) --
Weir, 21; 7)) Jax Espiscopal, 17; 8) North Marian 43.M 4)Sradlard44) 14(.o .rt Nlcholl,
And.. laa, ....,. halllald All
Tlmrny Taylar ) 6)) Out...
Middleburg, 13; 9) Santa Fe, 12; 10) 1..ld..2. 4)) Vanguard it 47.
Interlachen, 11; 11) tie: Keystone Oaihl 1)) '.n..I.,. OF SO 20 2)) Wllllomt, NM, Their off and running In the 100 meter dash at the Bradford/Burger. King BITS runner Aurilla William' third from left placed third In Ida event w
High and Jax Nease 7; 12)) SO 41 3)).......,N.....(I 9S 4)T) .Smith. IS.".71 S) Invitational track meet held last weekend at Bradford High School. the BUS Lady Tornado finished fourth In the meet overall.
Brawn. Naw. 12.1. 6)) Oallan. IW. (2 ft.
Gainesville Palatka
6 13)
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310 Vd. 1,1... Hurdlail. I) 5omu.il. OF. 40.t4 2))
4; 14)) North Marion. 2. Thomat. P.). 41.2( ))John..GHt 41 34 4)) Rutladaa.,
Ocala Forest won the boy's meet II 4404.,a.4f 5))C.I.) ". IW 43 H 6))Tyrona Sandari.INS, BHS Runners Compete in Interlachen InvitationalThe

with 79 points. Other places and ISO Yard Rum I) Prawn, ..... 1,04 t 2)) ""m.n,
points: 2) Palatka High, 52; 3) OHS, liOt, .12 3)) Plrlandar OF. 2.01 M 4)) uck. LW,
Santa Fe 2,.. J( 5) Phllman, NM, 2,.. (4 4Cartar.) Ipl, Tornado girl runners placed Horroll .
Gainesville High, 43; 4) 1:0 94.Mllo, fourth Hampton. ) 9)) BUS 10. Two Mllo Rum 3)) lorry Oroan 1'01.17.
with 56 and the
High, 40 5) N. Marion, 34; 6) Lake points boys Mllo ..1. 9)) Bradford 3i47.3f (Com Word, And..
Madloy) .1., 1)) OalnMvllla High 3'47 72 2)) Boy's Results: High tempi ....1. Ih.Hl.ld/ .." "
Jax Nease 19 8) tie ..... were with 10 points in the 7th L.., Tyro,. land.... Tlmmy Taylor),
Weir, 22; 7) ; : Palalha 3 4( 43 3)) O J:50: 93 4)) Bradlord 01..... John lop.r 10''.
Bradford and Clay, 16; 9) G. 3:55: .49(....1.Shlolllald And..L... Rodney M..,.", annual Interlachen/dBurger King The boys placed ninth in the IHS 120 High Hurdl.ti Tyrone(ondorl 14.73.Tom rod--
Eastside 15 10)) Jax Lee 14 11)) Cam Ward) 5)) Jot plicopal 3,17.60 4))Intarlachan Invitation run Tuesday afternoonand invitation with 10 points. lord 32... Upcoming...
; ; 4:02: .77. night. Winner was Ocala Forest with 801-2' 100 Motor Daihl labor Nkholl Il.f3. Tuesday, April 18, BHS goes to the
Middleburg High, 11 ; 12)) In 220 Yd Daihl I 1) D.Wrl5h1., (Fa. 22 13 21| Tankiloy. points. Other places were: 2)) Mil. Runt 4)) Com Ward ',OS(4. Santa Fe Invitation.
terlachen High 9; 13)) Newberry OP. 1141 3))Smith N.w 22.07 4)) 9 Smith. ls, 23.IS 440 ...,. 5)) 9r.df.rd 49 9 (Nkholl, Andre loo,
Girl's Results Palatka 53, 3)) Crescent City 51 4)) .. ,. From there on, the team will be
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8 14)) Jax Episcopal 3 15) 5)) Rambart IW 23 27 4)) 0.' ", NM 23 41. Tlmmy Taylor) .. haHlold)
High, ; ; Two Mil.) Runt I) (...1..., J.. L... 10,OS 10 1)Tauton ) Ocala Forest was first with 79 Gainesville High 50'/a 5)) Flagler 330''n... Hurdl.ll Tyrono andorl 49... concentrating on the District 5-3A
Keystone High 2; 16)) Oak Hall, 1 OP. 10:35, 41 1)) Johnion. Noaia. ,10 .1.0. 4)) Other Palm Coast 34, 6)) Hawthorne 20, 7)) 4(0 Rum Nanny Ooluo 329 04 meet with eight schools i in it which
point.High. lorry Oran, BHS. 10 94 0)) Potlorian, CHI. 11:11 points. places were: 2) In- Interlachen 18, 8) Santa Fe 17. and 220 Do.hi .o ... Nlcholl 24.11, ....1. 9h.HI.ld' BHS will host ,
point girl of the 18 school 4Hubar.) Oak Hall. IMS ierlachen High, 61 points; 3) Ocala 2942. Thursday, April 27.
meet was Carla 11111 of Ocala MI). ..1.,. 1)) O.Forait 3.2( 91 2)) North Marlon Vanguard, 57, and 4) Bradford, 56.
1:1 19 3)) Ooln.lvlll. High 3,34 t* 4)) Nowborry
Vanguard who racked up 19 points. 3:3 17 0)) loko Wolr 3.41 24 4)) Palalka 341 01. long 13 7"Jumpt. Monlquo' Wlllloitil 93'ln.' Hampton Starke Recreational Department News

Hill was first in the 440, first in the Ttlpl. Jumpi 1)) Monlquo Wllllami n.',.,", Kim
220 and second in the long jump. Meet Hun Well... Hampton ir4', -
Coach George Loper wishes to High Jumpl) ....111. Wllllami 4 r'. Rec News... umpires. Anyone interested may be at Pratt Street Center Tuesday
High point boys was Tanksley of thank all the local folks who helped DI..... 2)) Monlquo Wllllami to''. contact the Recreation Dept., April 18, at 7 p.m. for an organiza-
with 22 points. lie won that Putt II) Monlquo Will),, 34"/t". Aurllla Anyone interested in keepingscore 964-6792.
Ocala Forest tional meeting. .
officiate the biggest track meet of Willi.,. 30 V.
the long jump, was fourth in the high the year here. 110.Vd High Hurdlotl). Torrl Klttlol It Of. for baseball and Softball Anyone interested in umpiring Ceramics classes are held each

jump, first in the 440 dash, and second The meet was run off almost on 100.Molar Do.hi 3))...k...Wllllomt 12 7. 9))AurlllaWllllamt games please contact the Recreation Softball for men and women should Monday night, 7-10 p.m.
1S.12.l Department 964-6792
in the 220 dash. time, ending about 4:45: p.m. An adjustment Mllo Rum 3)) lamono Tannont ,19.3..
had to be made with local 440 ..1.,. 4)) rodlord 94.49 (rldgol, Holdar, Softball and T-Ball registration is PLAY WINNING TENNIS
Two meet records were broken. folks who work University of Florida ........ Wlllloml. Kim Hampton. ....11I. Wllllomt), now in progress. Deadline to sign up

Bailey of Clay High triple jumped meets had to leave. 440 130.Vd Yd.In'Oaihl.,, Hurdlotl 3)) Kallna) T.Kelly.., Kllllol 44 0.44 94.(10Vd is May 23. Fee: $10. I I I t I I I I I I I I I I
break old Coach Loper also wishes (to thank Chrlillo Harroll iT-fi1ii! iiiii
34'6" to the girl's meet .n.2)) 24113. Baseball umpires clinic will be I I I I I II I IIli ji
mark of 31'8" held by Brown of Burger King for sponsoring the 220 Vd.2f D.14.Two ...hl Arkova Wlllloml 2f.24, AurlllaWllllami Tuesday, April 4, at 6 p.m. at Ed- _ _ 310 PER HOUR ;
set in 1988. Wrightof meet. Local Burger King manager is STUDENTS INCLUDE KHHS
Ocala Vanguard Mil. Hunt 1)) Romano Tonnant 12 94 27. wards Road Little League Field. $15 CALL MARK AT
Santa Fe went 10.61 in the Phil Gallo. Mil.) ...,. 2)) Irodrard 4.3049 (Hold., Kolly, per game will be paid to Dixie Boys 964-6305 OH 473-438O TEAM MEMBERS
100-meter dash to break the old meet

record High set of in Cory 1987 Roberts at 10.64.of Bradford Q TERWILLEGAR FORD TERWILLEGAR FORD TERWILLEGAR FORD

Meet Results...

Girls Results:

Shot P111 1))1000.11.CI.,.:M 3",2))Olrton,OV.32 I".
3)) Walton. N.... 31'IO'/."". 4)) Wllllami. IHi. 3I'6". 9)Triomoi. )
NM, 2.('*". 4)) Color, IW. 21',,'.
DI..... 1)) Davit, Now ""7". 2)) C.I.", LW f 4'''. LARGEST INVENTORY IN THE
3)Monlq.uo) William., (HI. Ml'/.". 4)) Pomoll, Cloy
.t 7" 1)) Mllcli.ll/ (.., ((3" ')M....,. 0'. (9 I".
long lump 1)) KHS. It"I 1'/," 2'} Hill OV.
1411',," 3)) King. Cloy, ...'.." 4)) H.,... ..., 143V."
9)) Handarlon. Now, 19.'." 4)) TI..n.,. 0'. 19 7".
Trlplo lump ')"11.,. CI.,. 34 1" 2)) King. OV.
)3'IO3) Monlquo Wlllloml. 9H9. 31'tW 4)
D.wdn.y. IHi 119V. 9)) H.,... 3Fo. 3>I'/i" 4))
O..kln. Of. 321/.".
High lump, 1)) Parkin LW "'1" ((11.. Ii. old ,... HISTORY OF TERWII.I..EGAR
record. Th... I. a lour.way tlo for tho old .....d)
3)Horlon.) Irri. iO1. 3)Ttiomoi.) II, 4'10"4)) King. CI.0" .,.
4 \ 9)) Wllllomt. N.w 4(" 6)) Howard MHt. 49'
110 Nigh Hurdlatl I) "II.". Clay, It 3 2)) L...,..
OHS. IT.09 3))aatkln.OP 17 79')Whlt.,Pal 17 91 5))
D..).. N.... 1( 4)) '.,kl.. LW. 19 .. e
100-M.1.r Daihl 1)) ..111./ .. OHS 13 .l 2)) King
Clay, 13.13 3))An.11I.))) Wllllamt, IHI. n.1 4))H.ndor.
.n. Now 13.99 9)) K..n.". OP. 13 4] 4)) P....., MOTORS!!! '
Ipll. 13 9>,
MI). Run) 1)) Lattlngor, Iplt.) .,2' 43 2)) .1.) ..., M9,
9'49' (4 3))M.n iron. OV .2.0. 4)) Johnion. N.....
4.09 49 9)) Hawthorno. Now. 4>I4... t) M.ny Of.
414* M
440 ...,, I) Clay, 91 4t 2)) Nowaorry (I 49 3)) -
O ,....t 92.09 4)) (.......d 93 49 (Hold.r... Kollay.
Vanguard Hampton. Aurllll 94 40.William.) ) ) 9)) lotlilda. 93 41 4)) MUST LIQUIDATE !

440 Daihl 1))HIM OV.40 43 2)) Trolmon.OH3.41...
3)) Ilipolrlck, LW. 43.07 4)) '....n.. 9pl 4347 9)Chrlitlo )
Harroll. 9HJ. 43 (t 4)) H.,... 9Fo. 44 43.
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100 Boy's Chris meters Dinkins Meet at 11:53.Results:placed fourth: in the 1987 Ford Taurus GL 1986 Dodge Pickup 1988 Chevy LWB Pkup

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and Nichols Reggie Andre Sheffield.Lee Timmy Taylor 1983 Dodge 1987 Chevy S-1O 1987 Ford F150

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Larry is a second generation Green; 1984 Ford LX 1987 Ford F150 1988 MUSTANG LX
His father, Larry, and Leonard Garrett Mustang
national record back in
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1969 in the two man 10-mile relay. .. Black, air, stereo, spL I
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A larger midway, hog and steer a.m. Wednesday April 12, by The fairgrounds on US-301 north ot 'i I
L shows and sales, rabbits, and welcoming all to the 39th edition of Starke >pen at noon today, Friday, i
chickens, home products, with the the fair and Saturday. I
YYY best getting ribbons, arc all on Vaughn also introduced Police The midway opens<<; at 5 p.m. I
YrY display at the 39th edition of the Chief Jimmy Epps and Strawberry Thursday, 1 p.m. Friday, and 3 p.m. I
Bradford County Fair which runs Queen Wanda Mueller. Saturday. "
through Saturday night. Chief Epps and Chamber President i- Rides are one ticket each exceptfor
It still costs just $1 to get into the Leonard Schlofman raised the two time periods. For$8 from 1.6 I
fair gates, and one ticket. for any flag assisted by an honor guard from p.m. Friday and from 10 p m to 1
ride.Plus the JROTC unit of Bradford High a.m. Saturday an arm band can be
there is entertainment. School. purchased which gives the wearer
Country singer Johnny Carver is on Queen Wanda snipped a ribbon to unlimited rides.
stage one more time at 7:30: p.m. signify the official opening of the Friday is Student's Day. From
1wwI tonight (Thursday, April 13)). fair noon until 5 p.m.there is free admis-
The Kendalls, a father and sion for children and students
Yt daughter duo,are scheduled to be on Top Booths... through the 12th grade
stage at 7:30: p.m. Friday, April 14, Nine booth winners were announced. The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
on show only. They were: Swine Show was held Tuesday night.
Some 30,000 people arc expected to Commercial Division: 1)) DuPont, The swine sale begins Friday at 7:30:
go through the fair gates during the 2)J.B.S.E. Inc., 3)Florida Pest Con
five day run, April 11-15. There wasa p.m.The Bradford-Union 4-II and FFA
good, though not large crowd trol.Adult Division: 1) Families Steer Show is set for 7 30 p m.
Tuesday night the opening day Friday Against Drugs, 2) Florida Air Na tonight (Thursday, April 131; The
and Saturday are traditionally tional Guard,3) Bradford-Union Vo- steer sale is set for 7 p.m. Saturday,
the big days. Tech Center. Wednesday was the traditional
Terry Vaughn of WEAG, a Youth Education: 1) Bradford Rural-Urban Day In which Rotary
member of the of Board of Gover- FFA, 2) Bradford 4-H, 3) Southside Club members cooked and served
I nors, officially opened the fair at 11 Elementary. 1,300 chicken dinners.

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l Free Will Baptist band and father are based on his trician.
,. Church of Lawtey will celebrate basic belief in the power of the family Bishop Bright has been married to
,r Family and Friends Day on Sunday, and education. He began instilling Gussie Mae Bright for 5.1: years and .t
\ April 16. within his ten children, at an early he has been pastor of Pilgrim Rest
\ for the morning service age the importance of an educationand Church for 28 years lie is also president -
Speaker pastor. Rev. Jonathan making a decent living for of the United American FreeWill
Butler. The 3 p.m. service will be themselves and their families. Today Baptist Churches Inc. "I am
1r conducted by Bishop Daniel Bright his seven daughters are engaged most grateful to God for choosingme
and his congregation of Pilgrim Rest in the following careers: two are to be his servant" he says.
r Free Will Baptist Church of teachers one an assistant principal, The public is invited to come and ,
Lakeland. Bishop Bright is originally one a teacher's aide one u criminal share in Macedonia's Family and tr Vi**" M?* 1':'-.v--* !,
__ from Lawtey, where he grew up psychologist one a registered nurse, Friends Day. Sunday School, 10 .v9645820 .#Q4-382?;
.... and reared his ten children. and one a case worker. Of his three a.m.; Morning Services, 11:30: a.m.;
gyp. Bishop Bright's many ac- sons one is in the ministry; one a afternoon services, 3 p.m. Everyone
enn.nliebnnnro a. rninienn h....._ nrnfpsxinnnl rook- and nnp nn ,.h'"- welcome. >iA tW
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April 16



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Recent ArrestsIn Brian Jay Whisenant, 21, and Stan- for failure to appear! for petit theft, arrested April 5 for driving under Influence set at $250, he was released on his bottle of Tequila and a crack pipe
Bradford CountyThe ford were charged with open con- criminal mischief and possession of (DUD, resisting officer own recognizance. were found on the seat, said Brown.
tainer, said King. Stanford was drug parphernalia according to Lt. without violence,according to Deputy Rosier was releaed after
by local following arrests were made released after a $500 surety bond David Aderholt. Bond was set at Danny Thrift. Bond was set at Harold Willard Stout, 22, of bonds totalling $1,965.25 surety were
County. authorities in Bradford was posted. $1,500 cash. $1,025, he was released on his own Gainesville was arrested April for posted.
recognizance.Alex DUI, according to Patrolman Dale
Terry Johnson, 30, of Waldo
Shawn Craig Stanford, 19, of arrested April 7 for retail theft,was according Elester Louis Lanchney, 61, was Mathis Lewis was arrested was Griffis..14 Stout's percent.blood He alcohol was released content Michael Thomas Mullan, 27, of
was arrested April 8 for DUI,
Keystone Heights was arrested to Patrolman arrested April 9 for trespass after
Cheryl April 5 for DUI,driving while license after a $500 bond
surety was
according to
Trooper Hud-
April 9 for possession of alcohol by Belcher. Johnson was stopped as he warning, according to Deputy King. suspended (DWLS), according to Bond
under age person, according to was leaving Eckerd's with a bottle of Bond was set at $500, he was Patrolman Mack Short. Bond was Adam Keith Rosier, 27, of Starke son.released was his set at $1,500, he was
Deputy Barry King. The deputy cologne he had not paid for, said sentenced to time served at his first set at $1,120.25 he was released on was arrested April 8 for DUI,DWLS, on own recognizance.
stopped a vehicle which had run off Belcher. He was released after a appearance. his own recognizance., improper of and
the twice possessionof Gary Wayne Sutton, 31, was arrested
on and $250 bond
surety was
SR-100, Stanford posted. drug paraphernalia, according to April 8 for violation of proba-
was a passenger in Ray Charles Smith was arrested Patrolman
Brown. Rosier's tion DUI, to
the vehicle.Cans and a bottle of beer Loretta Lynn Baugess, 22, of Traffic April 4 for DWLS, according to vehicle was stopped on US-301 afterit Bond was set at$300, he Deputy was released King.
were found in the vehicle. Driver, Duval County was arrested April 5 Stephen Franklin Alvarez,28, was Patrolman Jeff Johnson. Bond was was observed weaving. An open. on his own recognizance.

Tyler Norbert Rees, 37of Clay
!ounty was arrested April 9 for DUI,
efusing to sign citation, according
I a>> Sgt. Gerald Hayes. Bond was set.t
$592.25 cash only.

William Jame Siemer
STORE 1 1Farlastead' of Jackson-
'ille was arrested April 10 for
HOURS WLS,according to Patrolman Cor-
8 AM. Ion Smith. He was released after a
*'- (213.25 surety bond was posted.
1M Til ,
TI IMCUT 11 P.M. '" Ricky Eugene Drummond, 21, of}
r Lake City was arrested April 10 IOTA..\
DWLS. He ws released after a $215 **'
cash bond was posted.

SIZE c Rhymer Howell

Given 3Vz Years
PKGS. 11'V' -D BRAND U.S. CHOICE For Lewd Act

sentenced Monday to 3'i years in
prison following his arrest last
BONELESS GROUND DELMONICOPORK December on charges of performinga
lewd act while In the company of a
12 year old boy. The sentence was
CHOPS TURKEYPRICES STEAK imposed by Circuit Judge Robert P.
Cates in Alachua County, who also
ordered Howell to undergo sexual offender

g 7 GOODTHURS.WED./ ., C Evaluation tempted violation Howell was treatment convicted lewd charge is and still and Treatment in under lascivious at in Bradford 1985 North a for probation Center.County.He Florida assaulton an at-.

APRIL 13-19
a minor who reported he had
QUANTITY RIGHTS been fondle while watching a video
_RESERVED...,- 9 8 477 cassette movie with Howell.

--IM tant Howell manager was employed at a Gainesville as an assis-fast

LB. LB. LB. food restaurant in Gainesville at the
time of his arrest after the boy
reported a lewd act being enacted by
Howell during a car ride to Alachua
County. Howell, who has a Starke
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS NEW address on records at the Bradford

PORK ROAST . La s297 FRYER BREAST . .ia398 STRIP STEAKS. . L* $4. with a lewd and lascivious under act in the
presence of a child 16.
The sentence imposed by Judge
SELECT LEANBOSTON PREMIUM GRADE.." LB.PKQ. W4D HAM, TURKEY or Cates was the maximum allowed
FRYER CHICKEN under state-recommended
CHIPPED guidelines.

.;.,r'- PORK $ *| 57 .TURKEY. Continue License,

,;. r.".1'm37 STEAKS SELECT LEAN SMOKED. .PORK't. .. _'IA. I," .' ".., > 39 C, -- Vehicle Inspections I

l.' : SHOULDER -- <.J.J '\Io<<. ..: Bradrord.ounty ,
,,. -:: .... : :'""""-PICNICS. .vttV-l-- 'S 18C. "fItO"" ...,. ,Ct j be The conducting, lorkla"Hig.wI'Y,-driver# license'!?/I/.fol.tViI/JI.ana .?,;

inspection checkpoints dur-
W-D REGULAR 99C 3M-LB. a DOWN TOPPS $1 99 .' ing the week of April 14 through
FRANKS . mWO ( PORKSPARER1BS PORK PATTIES April 20 on SR-21, Sit 100, SR-230,
MILD.MEDIUM HOT SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
WHOLE HOGSAUSAGE $- 37J W-D COOKED $ 49 / CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
| U CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
. it s 7 HAM . . L" Community StateBONELESSEBEEF in Bradford County.Recognizing .
; ; 15 Bank the danger presentedto
$ 97 MADISON VO99CORN the public by defective vehicle

RUMP ROAST . u La DOGS . :i ri.! U2u equipment their,efforts Troopers will concentrate
on vehicles being
HARVESTFRESH operated with defects such as bad
EVERYDAY brakes, worn tires and defective
PRICE ERYCAY lighting equipment. In addition, at-
W LpVr PRICE rv tention will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida.
r PRODUCE The Patrol has found these checkpoints fl
to be an effective means of en- 19
ssRYDAY forcing the equipment and driver
Nature makes the produce. license laws of Florida while insuring II
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. the protection of all motorists.The .
l I 1 I Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
WASHINGTON STATE RED vehicle inspection checkpoints during
-5- or GOLDEN the week of April 14 through
I 20 SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,
I April on
,._ __ I- DEAPPLES SR-241, SR-238, CR-18, CR-237,
I Ib I
r CR-229, CR-125, CR-231A CR-24A

.. ___ : I_ _: 1W m LL 5 8 C DIVISION Numbers Hotlines Page OF to BLINDSERVICES 2 ListedFrom Help :

1-800-342-1828; 8-5 p.m.,Recording.
,REGULAR, ADC or ORANGE '$148 99c VICES 7:45-4:30: p.m. M-F. Recording -
,ELECTRIC PERK_ JUICE t'rI . JUICE.'j . -ft? ORANGES after hours,' leave number.Complaints18003422176 .
r :' .a' MARGARINE. LENDER'S Information. .-1.800327.3382; Lemon

j' 'I t Aitu.( : QUARTERS . .1 99C. BAGELS" . '& SSc 0 r 4-LB. $11 9't : Law LEMON.Information-. -1.800-321..


CHEESE V.v. 1"'l">>".; I POTPIES. i. .A. FM .recording 1-800-342-0823 after; 8-5 hours.p.m..' .,.M-F',' .no

. : .;'\,.: DEEP SOUTH'PEANUTBUTTER- A51.29, BISCUITS! ;/..':;" ,";..,, .. .* ,POPS-.,, r; .MS., 0 LEMONS, 1-800-342-0828 after hrs;;,8-3 leave p.m.number.'M-F;,recording -,

10. .
M-F recording -
r c -' 1-800-342-5627 8p.m.
: \ I ,r' piLLrre ; '
: PHA MACY after hrs, leave number.' .
I ; XAliERGY.' :n..' FLORIDA: 1-800-432-6423; 9-5 p.m. iMF ,
', .. .. : ,S4LAO"IIIOUPER HARVEST FRESH :' recording after \h8! ,. leave
fynu i muTH**meio < ipm aaaint' \
. .TUMS LIQUID'. .i.. *2.', .y CABBAGE '. .. u. l'5'c. number..POISON, CONTROL. CENTER:.
'. -IIIOIJUUI *" N'199' $599 HARVEST FRESH NEW CROP 1-800-282-3171; Phone manned 24 hrs.
; !
:EYE DROPS.? t !,! .* .:i; ?; rs .ERFa{ 1 L"I :YELLOW i '
.SHAMPOO tf..> .-. ':* -"- Jo' 'u 0 1-800-342-3552; 7:45-4:3q: p.m.'M-F:.,
'IN'A'CT"IN'CREAM ;:'3'" :MADLei VMTTMrtH, / 'COOKSO LOUISIANA: STVU' 'HARVEST FRESH $ 48 recording after hours.:

,-.,j- -- .*23" ,SHRIMP...". ; ,, .. .- 'la' *" 'CRAWFISH .....' u
1-<<>0-342-1741; 8-5 p.m ,M-F. no


{ hours.;8:30-5 i.>,.m. W-F rccerdinsafter !


: 1-800-62J-4000; :Phone '.
f. .'!' manned 24 hrs daily,7 days weekly.
1-BOO-M3-D831,, 8-4:30 P m. M-F;
recording a,.-.... '

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I Fair Winners Display. Their Skills I L check Want-AdS.. :. J\ I In


CANNED PRODUCTS: PICKLES: : BHEAD & BUTTEK-: : Division of Baked Products with Gt
Marba Whittle bread & butter with "Nancy's Strawberry Shortcake" ,vNayki..
red peppers, blue "rosette; liiumie .

Marba Whittle won the best Ocschger Benckowsky, red red ribbon.ribbon; Pauline Karen Patterson won the best \OOJ Iwo greof piZZaV One lowpdce:
overall rosette with her bread& butter overall rosette in the Baked Products -
pickles. DILL: Bonnie. Benckowsky, sliced with! !spicy.! oatmeal' rookies.EMERSON .
dill red ribbon.VEGETABI.1''S
Edna Norton won the best overall
: : M.irba Whittle!
rosette with her mayhaw jelly broccoli & cauliflower blue ribbon w

... .. .. _... --..... .- Edna Norton sweet Squash, blue }

ribbon.MISCELLANEOUS: : M.irbn Whit. tS (: We're at the
lIe, onions blue rii>bon; Kilnu: Norton -
sweet pickles, red ribbon. ; BradfordCounty
HKMSIIKS: VEGETABLE: Annette Fair ....
Modesitt spicy relish white
ribbon.PRESERVES. -i: Hope to see you
; : FIG: Edna: Norton M J
1 blue ribbon. utoo morass there!
YESLi PEACH: Edna Norton him rib 4 0a 1
: Carol Wise red I
ribbon. 11 964-3300 207 South Orange Street Starke

MISCELLANEOUS: Edna: Norton (across from Winn Dixie)
watermelon rind ,rod ribbon fif1 ht tl ''tta4 //l\
: Norton
blue ribbon. MIX OR MATCH: Use this coupon for PAN! PAN!

BUTTERS: Harriet Duncan pear ...-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..
butter blue ribbon. .
Norton nviyhaw. blue rosette '
MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Norton $ : with Cheese & 2 Toppings
wild plum jelly blue ribbim. & i
sauce St l'l'ES blue:ribbon Edna Norton s 1IoIghl'lIl &* *& $ -1 429BAKED I

Strawberry Delight... Winner... I II Expires 4/27/89 _- plus tax 117 |

PRODUCTS Nancy Illl Jebrand won In the Karen Patterson won a grand prize, IL...Vaild. .Only. With.. Coupon.. Not Valid With Any Other Offer T54 S
llil'di-brnnd - -..-..-..-..-..-..-..-......
dlvlalon her her cookie
Nancy won the Yimih youth for the first time flnt ever for spice
with her itrawberry tliortcake.


] O 22. 1g89 SATUROA AY vpRtCES

Tops... I
Marba Whittle won top honors at
the County Fair for her Bread and
Butter Pickle
Whittle la a veteran winner of pout
event and lay this U one of her
fined creation yet.

Edna Norton blue ribbon; Harriet .1
Duncan, red ribbon.
CORN: Edna Norton, sweet corn

blue PEAS ribbon.: Edna Norton speckled I. T sp
butter peas blue ribbon.
POTATOES: Edna Norton. new ,
potatoes blue ribbon and also a red Gei
ribbon for sweet potatoes. o
SQUASH: Edna Norton red rib

bon.TOMATOES: Edna Norton red -
ribbon; Harriet Duncan red ribbon. sIlIV
SOUP MIX: Edna Norton okra &
tomatoes. red ribbon.MISCELLANEOUS.
: Edna Nor
ton, solid pack pumpkin red ribbon. Q,
BEANS (Other): Edna Norton;' It'r) <) I '>Hit Up l s; nrkiV .
green limas, blue ribbon.
ton wild blackberries, blue ribbon. a
PEACH: Edna Norton, red ribbon.
PEAR: Marba Whittle red pears,
blue ribbon; Edna Norton, pears,
blue ribbon. / JUST IN

Harris Named r TIME FOR SOMME

County Forestry ChairmanOf Assn. SAWYER HAS 0.1AL..!-!

Glen Harris of Keystone Heightshas GE CARRY COOL PORTABLE
been appointed Bradford County When it comes to appliances come to

Chairman Association.by In the this Florida capacity Forestry, Harris Sawyer where you'll find America's most a Use it where you want it. 4200 BTU/Hr. 6.8 EER. Pft

will be acting as the Association's famous names in refrigerators, washers, Very specially priced just in time for the hot

County personal to representative help bring forestry in Bradford infor- dryers, ranges, grills smokers fish 0 weather ahead /1

mation and the Association's ac- cookers television, VCRs, and much more REGULAR $239.95
tivities to members of the local
forestry community. Harris is a priced to fit your budget. And when you $

Forester with Container Corporationof add Sawyer's customer oriented service NOW p
America, Fernandina Beach. ,
The County Chairman post is an you'll agree, Sawyer Gas and Appliancehas ONLY
effort of the Florida Forestry Assn.to .
improve the flow of informationand it all!
communication between the
Association and people with an in- b S
terest in forestry.Anyone .
desiring information on V03 WS 3.T;
educational seminars, forestry
regulations membership or other
specific activities of the Association
should contact Harris at 964-6915 in GE
'1 16.6 CU. FT.

"I _
GFWFC Youth Camp : [
l Normal and light wash
Applications AcceptedAn I ''i 17,600BTUHr. Has textured doors. 1 tjjcycle. Energy saver dryin!

unusual camping experience Freezer shelf, meat drawer ;II option. 2-level wash
awaits youngsters who register for a with 2 crispers. Deep door : action. Soft food dispose
week's stay at one of the Florida t1
1 controls
shelves. Up front
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- n l",4 : REGULAR
mission's summer youth camps. REGULAR $379.93 c $329.95
Responsible use of our natural 17.600 BTU/Hr. 2 Speed REGULAR $549.95Fan = NOW ONLY .
is the thread that
resources common ONLY
Directors.NOW NOW ONLY
binds such programs as nature 8-Way Air \
crafts fishing camping,swimming, 7.5 EER 10 Ill $498 1

canoeing Commission's and firearms camps located safety in at the the Position Adjustable $4 8 8 $ ,228.RCA .

., Everglades and the Ocala National FMaglcChef
: Forest.
The educational program has four
levels. At each level, the camper is
presented with opportunities to o
; learn more about the world we live 1
..i b; in and the unique setting we have for
outdoor experiences in Florida. SAMSUNG
: "The Commission operates the
youth Conservation Camp program 25" STEREO ,ad'' I Iuurw
as a service to young people. Unfortunately
I the camp can only accom- TELEVISION .d J
modate about 100 campers at each Monitor/Receiver 139
camp per week. Therefore it is im-, E Channel Reception
j portant for parents to apply early to
; reserve a space for their child,"said capability. High
";..l Lt.Dewey Weaver Public Information contrast CRT. Front QUASAR VCR VCR
Specialist for the Commission's headphone jack. Remote programming.On-scree'display' ;
Northeast Region. on-screen remote. 155 channel'
-- Program
':- The entire weeklong program is .CaDl. ....III... 01"...... I>t ...r""" Sc ".. dl!!chan".... Express recording.' speed search, Auto

'*...".1'1$. covered sura furnish program nee.fee transportation,In Parents materials including a nsbjiMsTf/j or:and meals guardians for accident.:their rcgistration lodging child must In-,' I REGULAR NOW ONLY$579.93 $4 6' 8 'I I gi2 .8J I -g:L1.Y. $29-8 I, I

: # to and from the camp.
?: f For additional information or an Walnut tr0 ; ; :
: application contact the Commls- : f: f p3&M; > 1n.Wt1r
: awn's Lake City RegionaIOt'lice.at L ikcr I
; Rt. 7. Box 440 Lake City 32053 or Main Street ;
: (904) 758-0523. "


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I Many Entries in 'Needlework I

In the Needlework Division, best $20000 min.Guaranteed e
overall : : : : : ; : : : : : : ; .
rosette was awarded to : : : : : ; ; ;
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tablecloth.Margaret Lewis for a crochet .. : .. ...../ft'o.. . BRADFORD_COUNTY HO..
Best overall rosette was : : ; : : : : ..
awarded to Ruby Hersey for her . .
. Trade &
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the Garment w .'
Division, best .
overall rosette was awarded .to; Har .()
net Duncan for her boy's suit (vest .' 9 ., -
and pants). Financing for 12


DIVISION: .. ....J Jto Months

DRESSES: Sharon Petiprin red &
white dress red ribbon; Lorene C
Blount, white christening outfit red J''''' ,
:BOYS SUIT: Harriet Duncan, l.
boys suit, blue ribbon.SLEEPWEAR With Each Membership You Get. .

: Charmene Smith, FREE Blade Sharpening FREE Annual Pick
Up and
white baby pajamas, white ribbon. \ Delivery
MISCELLANEOUS: Sharon Parst Discount On All In-Shop Repairs Factory Authorized
Petiprin, brown pinafore dress red ..Ili Warranty Service
ribbon; Charmen Smith blue down,
bib sacque, white ribbon; Connie Optimol Extended Engine Warranty Priority Day Service
Erdman denim vests Guarantee
yellow ribbon.

LADIES & GIRLS-GIRLS $50.00 Value (see details in store)
DRESSY DRESS: Kay McKinley, ,.. ,.. r{ 'I''} '\ :\' Instant CreditNo
Red dress, blue ribbon; Jean ;' .fk !>It..J .... Down

Erickson Easter dress blue ribbon. : : : : : ; : . Payment
BLOUSE: Janie Carpenter Blue : : : : . . . : :. : : : : : : Free Delivery
Western Blouse, white ribbon. . . .. .. .. .. .._-. . Payments Starting at
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VEST: Connie Erdman Girls .
denim vest white ribbon. i .. :. :. ::\ ....-.'- j $40 per mo.
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thy, mauve long child's dress blue Top Honors... 2-Year Warranty
ribbon; Faye Crouse green metallic Ruby llcney won- top prize at the Bradford County Fair In Adult Quilting for
formal blue ribbon; Cheryl Belcher, thus creation. It was- her lint win.- I
western 2-pc. dress blue ribbon;
Sharon Petiprin square dance ,
outfit--3pc., white ribbon; Janie I '
Carpenter blue metallic formal 1LI i. Chargep:' : :

cape white ribbon. -
DRESS Janie blue I
: Carpenter Model .
trim red ribbon. -r $2.500 Instant Credit Avallabl.
SKIRT: Janie Carpenter Blue Shown No Down Payment
western skirt, white ribbon. 1.. 57400 'For Qualified Buyers
LINGERIEGOWN OR PJs: Excluding I Model
Janie Carpenter, blue gown white / Number 6123

ribbon.ROBE: Janie Carpenter, quilted 4 4f' SATURDAY ONLYI

robe, white ribbon.CLOTHING .. ,
POCKETBOOKS-Youth Division:
Melanie Hinds,Cloth purse,blue rib- WEAG

bon.LOT 4: Edna Harley crochet collar Live Broadcast
blue ribbon; Sharon Petiprin, WATSON
quilted vest and bag, blue ribbon; ( w/FREE Door
Jean Erickson hairpiece, blue rib r.
N.E. Florida's PrizesHOT
bon.WOMAN'S VEST: Kay McKinley Leading
knitted vest blue ribbon. .
SWEATER: Ada Reddish, child's .4 Horticulturist
sweater, red ribbon. ( 9am-5pm


Muriel Gilhooly, white tablecloth, CAKE
blue nbbow ix V! ;, ,f- w Sal. s ,
BABY' QUILTS: Ruby ., 2Pt '
blue aotiMlHe quilt blue lIersik -.4 11' 4' iYMJ O 4,4I< H I 'il

Dana lledolsm, clown
blue ribbon (Youth) ; Diane t.
Newham pinwheel ball baby quilt, .
blue ribbon (youth).
Hersey, Earth tones quilt blue rib-
bon; Mildred Frick pink handstitch- .A
ed, blue ribbon; Lucy Knight rever- TRUCKLOAD SALE
sible mapleleaf quilt blue ribbon; . .. VT..rA.1ift.:
Ruth Teague,Dresden plate,red rib- ,
For a Uttle Boy...
bon.QUILT APPLIQUE: Ruby Harriett Duncan took the Grand Prize at the Bradford County Fair In the I TRUCKLOAD TRUCKLOAD
Hersey hand pieced green tones garment division for this little boy'outfit.
red ribbon.
Cruce, "Hearts of Love", "" 3 Gallon Size
white ribbon. ,
Eddings, lilac quilt white ribbon.
Modessit cross-stitch afghan, blue
ribbon; Ruby Hersey, Maroon lap -
robe red ribbon; Charmene Smith.applique \ \ $599SATSUMA !
baby blanket red ribbon; t F
Gertrude Cruce, quilt top, white rib- '
bon. YOUTH: Freddie Rhoden, pot ,
holder, yellow ribbon., ('" ...
PILLOWS: LOT 2: Annette ... \
Modesitt cross-stitch pillow blue ;
ribbon. YOUTH: Beth Modesitt '/ TRUCKLOAD
cross-stitch pillow, blue ribbon. 7" : TREES >
CREWEL: Angie Baber, freehand
flowers, white ribbon. :
FABRIC: Bessie Pavlas pink r I
pillows white ribbon. YOUTH: CITRUS TREES t '

Freddie Rhoden, bear. pillows. '
,. yellow. ribbon. $095PPOMpIJONAL
CREWEL: Connie Erdman,latch-' Many Varieties i .
hook pillows, blue ribbon. .
YOUTH: Diann'Newham '

:, ", .patchwork. pillows. ,. blue,. ( "'. w
ribbon .I i
LOT 10: Muriel Gilhooly. blud rib-' ,..
Embroidery pillowcases, blue rib-. :
bon Muriel Gilhooly,,white sweat
.1 :
.shirt red ribbon. .. .
atlTwinkle .
LIQUID t. fIr! 'y '
!'Belc.her. Holiday! Apron: .blue l ;; rifa-: t EJ .
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,"cROSS-COt/NTED.* : Star Ta$1edoih 1 l ? .. 0 ,. 9'9"" '
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Modesitt 99 :
;.sweat- .
Annette tf' .
r STITCH; ; .
shirt blue ribbon. .." -.; ? 'Star Margaret Tablecloth LewU*.Won- top honors.at the Bradford County, Falr.tar- ,TvtnLJ.. J, 1 4 : .

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:Sharon, Petiprin, quilted, wall hangs A .YOUR. :CHOICE :4lb Box. "*.mmjSTAftKE ; \ 1 :

.;king,bear blue ribbon on sweatshirt; Midge,Frick blue ribbon,appli i.: :. ', .', '.., 0 ,; .,' -.- y.j.j ... . \ .". 'v V...'r-, ........ rrr" -. I' ,
que ;"''''; ,
Annette Modesitt,cross-stitch towel! f'/Jq. J
blue ribbon] Helen Williams white : Winners "1. .. t ..t' .
Baked' Products .. ,
.'crochet white ? Rube t : ..
r;t collard wall handing .: ; j J t I
-'ribboil Hersey' YOUTH ; ,..-_.'. .,., ..-\I'. ;," ..'J"I".a' ,...: f.!.,.. THardware"
bluearlbboneBeth'v --g-- I .,' .' I '
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.covered album : .
)I Modesitt,cross-stitch towel.set. ,blue''', .'..BAKED PRdbuCi' i'sPt"cln": :. tl; MOST''iIN11SVAt lifl'': .' "I',' ,

,t\.,,ribbon.;1> :......... ,-.. .....r ".' r-.;;'T.Y BMADS: JaD ('()rt\llt'WalnJlt!\ .STRAWBERRIES INB J IMt01: \
oo> bread fed rlbbon: DUCT: YOUTH: Nancy Hildebrar, I
YEAST BREAD:' Marba Whittle, Nancy's Strawberry Shortcake,blue HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTER
cinnamon raisin bread, blue ribbon rosette: Noel Norton, strawberry. 1k 1t. I
DECORATED CAKES: YOUTH: bank bin' ribbon.CANDY 1n
'1 M n Shellv KarczewskL, !tcsrt cake. .blue. (
:vroo..lta. '
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riDbon. '- ,.. :
COOKIES: Karen Patterson;spiced : YOUTH: Noel Norton, ', .1
.aot.vnWWA oatmeal cookies blue rosette. party mints blue ribbon. ;.. !
fArnd axf8 focuen YOUTH Heather walnut n'Next'to i
: Norton ( lighW S
blue ribbon.
BROWNIE." YOUTH: ,Heather ,NON-H\KICU: Jriin. ,KrlikH.m.tl L : ..vr, < (
J ,Norton; brownie*,blue ribbon. : 1 mon-Rerry Flurt.- blue ribbon.. "Miner's 'Cjrortfir ,V-:,'
., 'PIES-FRUIT NUT, VKJ: YOUTIIi Heather. Norton 9G4-4642 : '
,' Inc ;YOUTH: Melanie Hinds,,'chocolate strawberry, yogurt pie blue ribbon. 473-4006 475-24OO "
Team Members .walnut,blue ribbon.! I. '

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Row After Row... Over 1,600<< plants were discovered at the farm along with heaters Seed Bed...
A huge warehouse of drying marijuana was discovered by Florida for drying the plants seed beds for young plants and harvesting Bradford County Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge hupects a seed bed found at the

Department of Law Enforcement officials and Bradford County equipment. marijuana farm containing hundred of young plant
Sheriffs deputies last week on a farm near the border between The bust was the largest In the county In several years and three
Bradford and Union Countl_ Individuals were arrested.

3 Arrested at Marijuana Farm in Bradford Countyby

Carolyn Eaves and
Buster Rahn The drama began Thursday morn- Whitehead gave law enforcement of. Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge, lot to the planting, which consistedof groves, were in place. The sheriff's
Ing, about 11 a.m., when an FDLE ficers permission to search the deputies and FDLE agents next two 410-420 foot rows betweenrows department confiscated the heaters.
BCT Staff Writers (Florida Department of Law Enforcement premises, but officers decided to found the drying room, containingmore of planted pines.It Two pounds of dry, cured marijuana -
Allen Bradford Whitehead, Jr.and ) spotter plane flew over wait until a search warrant could be than 200 plants, strung on str- appears the two rows were was also found in the freezer
his wife, Faye Francis Whitehead, the field of planted pines adjacent to obtained. Meanwhile, officers ings not unlike a tobacco barn, being originally set with plants a foot Inside the residence.
were arrested Thursday, April 6, the Whitehead home on NW 60th St., waited in the lane adjacent to the cured under electric lamps.! apart, but stubble indicated plants FDLE Officer Joe Uebelher said
after more than 1,600 marijuana and spotted marijuana plants grow house and farm buildings (NW 60th Lt. David Aderholt, investigatingofficer had been cut, leaving 103 plants on only female marijuana plants were
plants were found on their farm in ing between pine rows.The pines are St., between CR-229 and CR-235 in removed the drying plants, the two rows, where some 800-900 allowed to grow, since they have the
Bradford County. about 15 feet tall. the NW quadrant of Bradford Coun- putting them in plastic garbage had once grown. While some plants highest PHC content, the compoundfor
The couple was charged with FDLE agents contacted Bradford ty, called the Whitehead section. bags! 25 plants to the bag. He filled were small, some were about 42 in- which cannabis plants are
manufacturing cannabis (marijuana County Sheriff's Department and When officers entered the nine bags. ches high and spread out two feet grown. The quality of marijuana
). A. B., 49, and Faye,42, were the two agencies put their ground Whitehead property, they found a Plants in the drying room did not across. To protect the plants from plants is improving since growers
released shortly following their 3p.m. crews into position. FDLE again seed bed of young plants in rows, appear to have come from the two cold, 27 large fuel oil heaters, .
arrest, after putting up a their flew over the area and confirmed the about 6 feet long, two rows of which rows in the planted pines, indicating similar to those used in citrus See page IB
farm bond. marijuana planting before going to turned out to be tomatoes, but the remaining there may be another patch in the
as a $20,000 property
the farm home and arresting the 6-7 rows were young marijuana area, officers said. The FDLE plane
Whitehead, 18-year-old son
of Terry the couple, was arrested also, and Whiteheads about 3 p.m. seedlings, ready to be returned to the sky late Thursday
released his Chief Deputy Pat Henry said transplanted into individual peet afternoon, but found nothing more,
on own
pots.Several. according to Aderholt.The .
trays of young plants, drying room was constructedof
already transferred to individual plywood panels under a shed adjacent
peat pots, were found that would to a barn. The room is approx-
Join in the Fun and be have been ready to transplant to the imately 14 feet by 16 feet. The outer
field within days. Jf I qr! $ ,t:panels were-weathered 8S' though
Happy for Hour! When officers entered a nearby they had been in place about 6 mon-
Happy building, they found a quantity of ths.Planted
cured marijuana on a sheet and a pines grow on the west
at number of stalks from which the side of the farm lot and barns,with a
leaves had been stripped. Apparently well-worn path leading through
r5 that batch was being readied for weeds to where the marijuana was
marketing. growing. A water hose ran from thegrenda's

1"fJ)1 Where The r t of ry

PUtcl Design

OPEN: 118 S. Thompson St. Stark 9644151HAIRCUTSHAMPOOBLOW

Monday through Friday 3 p.m. til 1 a.m. DRY

Saturday 1 p.m. tit 1 a.m.

"MunchIes" will be served between 4 & 7 p.m.

Ask About Our Local's Club $1 199

Inside Econo Lodge 964-76OO 1 1 Reg. $18..

Hwy 301 N. Starke

Mr. Michaelor '? li


} SPRINGTIME Mr. Tim Only"We I t _____

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Larry DavU, truck: driver for the Bradford County road departneol......j]
MHO of the i
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I'. Horticulture Division "Growing" At FairThe i I,

Horticulture Division was DIEFFENBACHIA: Prayer BROMELIAD- : Edna Harley II II I I
bountiful as usual with a' large Plant, blue ribbon.PHILODENDRON. blue; C. Meyers, blue; E. Millhorn,
display of plants of all descriptions.Due : red ribbon. blue; T. Bell, blue; C. Morrow,blue; I
to lack of space and time, the MISCELLANEOUS: Red Croton J. Watkins, blue; 1 Edna Harley red;
award winners will be pictured in best of class,blue ribbon; Bromiliadcarolinia Barbara Harrington, white ribbon.
next weeks edition. blue; Bromiliad CHRISTMAS CACTUS: Kathy .
goosmania, blue; Bromiliad an- Hardee, blue ribbon.KALENCHOE .
thriam, blue; green pandanus, blue; : Marcie Brown,
NON-FLOWERING peace lilly, blue; False Arelia, blue; velvet leaf, blue; Corrine Tyson,
IIOUSEPLANTS: summer holly, blue; bamboo palm, panda bear, blue; Marcia Brown, "
NORFOLK PINE: Kathy Con- blue; scheffilara variegated, blue; panda bear, blue. pREVENTON'i
verse, blue; B. Harrington, blue. anthsiam, blue; variegated pan CROWN OF THORNS: D. Perry,2
DIFFENBACHIA: B. Harrington, danus, red; golden pandanus, red; blue ribbons; C. Morrow, blue; D. ; '
white ribbon. pony tail palm, red; croton, red. Rosenberg, blue; W. Westcott, blue; :i '
DRACAENIA: Lori Williams, R. McKinney, 2 blue ribbons; M. ;
white. FLOWERING IIOUSKPLANTS: Salvatore, blue; B. Hafeker, blue; :
PEPPEROMIA: B. Harrington, AFRICAN VIOLETS: Carol Wise, D. Westcott, blue; Brenda Thompson -
emerald leaf, blue; B. Harrington, Best of Class, purple ruffle violets; 1 blue and 1 red; B. Harrison, : i'
hanging, red ribbon.SYNGON1UM Lori Williams, pink violet flowers, red; B. Harrington, 1 red and 1 :
: B. Harrington, White. white; C.Nelson, red; Janie Thompson \ : 1
white. BEGONIA: Edna Norton, red wax white; Melanie Hinds; K. Con
POTHOS: Lori Williams, begonia, blue.ORCHID verse, white. (
variegated, red ribbon. : Becky Jones, blue rib- MISCELLANEOUS CACTUS: K.
COLEUS: Edna Norton, gizzard bon; Bonnie King, white ribbon. Converse, blue; J. Ramson, blue; T. :: !
plant, blue rosette.MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Norton Slater, blue; M. Brown, blue; / I Ie. I IAntiDrug
: Marcia Heather Norton, blue Edna Norton,
miniature rose, red ribbon; B. ; .
Brown, red; Edna Norton, citrus, Harrington, oxalis, white ribbon. blue; Martha Smith, blue; Noel Nor '';. MONTH..i1f.,,," .
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ribbon; B. Harrington, red rib ton, red; B. Harrington, white.
J. Watkins, ficus, red, B. Harrington ENTRIES: : Bill Haefeker, best of Booth the Best...
white.I.AWTEY BEGONIA: Best of Class; 1 blue show and 1 blue ribbon; D. Roberts,
AdeU Mitchell: and Mary Buchele are proud of their"FunllJea Against Drugs'booth at the County Fair,winning lit
ribbon; 2 red ribbons. blue; T. Slater, blue; Brenda
place In the Adult Education dlvulon. *
Thompson, blue B. Westcott blue
ENTRIES: ; : CACTUS AND: SUCCULENTS: D. Westcott, red; R. Whitaker, red;
NORFOLK ISLAND PINE: ALOE: K. Woods, red ribbon; T Don Davis, red; B. Harrington, red.
Chicken Gizzard, blue ribbon; cast Bradley, red ribbon; B. Harrington, PRICKLEY PEAR: Fernando
iron plant, red ribbon. white; L. O'Neal. Hernandez, 1 blue and 1 red ribbon; :
Becky Johns, blue; Jamie Thompson ington, bunny ear, blue; L.O'Neal, Pot Farm.
1 blue and 1 rea. cactus, blue; Eva Hodge, succulentdish .
CRASSULA: J. Rawson, 2 blue garden, red ribbon. I
TFN-B ribbons; T. Slater, blue; M. Todd, BONSAI: B. Harrington, Juniper, from page 6B
Bradford blue; M. Brown, red ribbon. blue ribbon.
BARREL & BALL CACTUS: save seed from only the best plant the heaters into town, and loaded
Chiropractic Center Tracy Bradley, blue; D. Roberts, each growing season, Uebelner saId.two pick-up trucks with plants and
blue; Carrie Westcott, blue; Casey And the Judges Are... A single marijuana plant can brother items gathered for evidence.
Starke Office Westcott, blue; B. Westcott, blue; FDLE said. Sheriff Etheridge said, "This
for the Horticulture lag $750, an agent
The judges
W. Garber, blue M. Salvatore, sheriff will destroy marijuana
218 S. Walnut St. ; Crawford, Sheriff Etheridge borrowed a
blue T. Bradley, red. Division were Stanley in the regardless
; anywhere county
I' truck from the to haul
large county
Next to the Chamber of Commerce I ECHEVERIA: J. Watkins, 1 blue Hilton Coleman and Jean Harding. of whose property it is on. Friend-
and 1 red; D. Davis blue; T. Bell, ship ceases at the fence."
9644957PAIN blue; Edna Norton, blue. The routine air-surveillance will'

continue. ___
: Faye refired 13 months ago after::
WANDERING JEW: Corrine 20 years as a Bradford County
Tyson, blue ribbon; Lori Williams, employee. Until March, 1988, she
CONTROL T white ribbon. was in charge of all criminal
Headaches MISCELLANEOUS: C. Meyers, records. A. B., a former prison
Neck&Arm Best of Class; S. Carter, blue; S. CONTROLLING employee, now works for duPont.
INJURIES Fuller, blue;: C. Tyson, 1 blue, 1 red;
Mid Back W. Garber, blue; W. Westcott, blue;
.Low Back& Leg Work Related B. Harrington, red; H. Fernandez,

..Personal Sports red.FERNS: ALCOHOL AND

Auto Accidents MISCELLANEOUS: Harriette
Holtzendorf, white ribbon. DRUG ABUSE Santa Fe College
DR. W. DAVID SIKES HANGING BASKETS: T. Bell, Summer TermsRegistration
DR. RICHARD C. TULLER Best of Class; D. Westcott, red rib-
FERN: Edna Norton, Santa Fe Community College's
?. THE TEAM APPROACH blue ribbon. Summer A and C Terms begin May
241 IIOURS A DAY- 7 DAYS A WEEK best in class. Registration by appointment
25-28 and regular registration is May
VQD 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER MISCELLANEOUS: 11-12. Late registration is May.lg-16.
TOPIARY: D. Davis, blue ribbon. Courses in the Arts and
Office Hours Mon -Frl 830-6'00 p m Sat By A ointment DISH GARDEN: Becky Johns, are open
Sciences for transfer to four-year
spider plant. Best of Class: B. Harr- know. VocationalTechnicaleducation
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."',!::';1\:;'\I, ., L Starke City Hall Burglarized

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'', i sty a qs DV buster uahn day night. City Clerk Neil Tucker was unable and since moet check I
BCT Starr WriterEmployees people pay by ,
The window frame
was pried
out to find
anything missing or broken the don't contain lot of
deposits a
in the clerk's
city office
., ; breaking the glass in the process of by the intruder.
II cash. Tucker
s i \\. NE corner found of a Starke broken City window Hall,In Mon-the gaining entry. The window Is behinda Tucker said his office keeps only a If it were not for a foot print foundIn
large foundation shrub
,,, t day morning and a large providing small amount of cash on hand and it the seat of a stenographer's chair,
footprint some cover from the street Is
light on placed in the
in a chair indicating that vault, behind a steel it wouldn't be a certainty anyone
someone the corner only a few feet from the door
entered the building sometime Sun protected by a combination entered the building,since there was
i r titer window. lock.
The city makes
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I buy gas according to the clerk. body wns discovered March W: durIng I I
t Couple ArrestedFor While pumping his gas the only other a search of the area around her the investigation continues.
PossessionA customer left the store and the man home in the Deer Foot Trail subdivi-
., returned from the pumps and asked sion south of Starke following her BurglariesAnd
Palm Apartments couple were for beer. The man got a beer from disappearance.How Attempts .
I"I arrested after pot was found on the the cooler returned to the counter Renaud Attempted burglaries were
+ IY ; coffee table in their home when and demanded the clerk give him remains a discovered early Monday morning
f ) +f deputies answered a disturbance money according to Lt. David medical mystery examiner pending a, said report from the (April 10) by owners of several
I Aderholt. The man wanted bills and Etheridge. businesses in Starke.
call.Kathleen J. Rochelle, 35, and quarters which he put Into a sack. Someone tried to pry the door on
J James Edward Rochelle 57, were He then escorted the clerk to the Boat, Trailer and the south side of the building at Sun-
back office, told her to there and
charged April 11 -with possession of say shine Electric. Suspects did not gain
less than 20 grams of cannabis, according left. The clerk said she locxked the Accessories StolenA entry to the building according to
to Lt. David Aderholt. Both door and called for help. Patrolman Perry Gorman.
i were released after $500 surety No weapon was seen or eluded to 15-foot fiberglass fishing boat Across the street marks
bonds were posted. but the man did keep one hand in his complete with trailer and outboardmotor found on the front pry door at Walls were
One of the couple had called policeto pocket. was stolen from a Starke Small Engines on Washington St. by
Anyone with information pertain- agency Sunday.
say the other one was cursing and what appeared to be made by a tire
...a. ._ tr. shouting when deputies arrived the asked ing to the robbery or the suspect is Travelling north on US-301 late iron, again no entry was gained.A .
to contact the Bradford Coun-
1 of
the disturbance deter-
r Y cause mined to be the marijuana was said ty Sheriff's Office The suspect is Sunday afternoon, Burl Traylor said third try at Florida Pest control
Aderholt. approximately six feet tall, medium he noticed the south gate to the was more successful. A door locatedon
: .1 Assisting in the arrests were build 25 to 35 years old, with collar Bradford-Union Marine, Inc. had the southwest corner of the
been taken off the hinges and since it building had been
Deputies Jason Bennett and Danny length light blond hair and pryed open and an
7aJ Thrift. mustache wearing a red/white looked like a boat was missing he attempt was made to pry open a
+ ,a '\ baseball cap jeans flannel shirt or called the manager, according to drink machine on the inside of the
tv jacket and driving a small shiningred Patrolman J. M. Johnson. building, according to Sgt. Gerald
pickup truck. Gayes. A small amount of changewas
Gates Robbed When manager Robert L. Sapp ar- found missing from the
." rived he found a 1979 blue/black business.A .
\ Early TuesdayThe 15-feet fiberglass fishing Marine
Gates Store at US-301 and 12YearOldShot Hull with a .1980 Mercury outboard
yr CH-18 near Hampton was robbed In Head motor had been removed from the burglary was reported at Starke
Y early Tuesday morning. No one was yard. Also missing was a galvanized City Hall where entry was gained
lar injured in the robbery but the Bradford County Sheriff Kenneth trailer (a drive-on) with no tag. No through a northeast window which
r suspect made off with an undeter- Etheridge confirmed Thursday valued was listed for the boat motoror appeared to have been pryed open
mined amount of money.At April 6, that 12-year-old Meghan trailer. In the boat were two Brim with a tire iron type tool,said Hayes.
2 a.m., April 11, a lone white Renaud had been shot in the head. poles three fiberglass poles, a The window was broken but there
male entered the store wanting to Renaud is the sixth-grader whose tackle box battery, gas tank, was no report of any theft.
floating cushions and life vest, There are no suspects at this time
valued over $300, said Johnson. but the cases all remain open and
Su-El's Retirement Community There are no suspects in the theft, the investigations continue.

Retlrimanl Community l RBtlr.m.nt Home .
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can Independent untow.IIlo homo lOt seniors" lhal needs LGRIFFiS
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I Horticulture Division "Growing"- At FairThe ." {.. U

Horticulture Division was DIEFFENBACHIA: Prayer BROMELIAD: Edna Harley, .jVE .'.LAl1UAiIN 0 RrUDENT
bountiful as usual, with a1 large Plant, blue ribbon.PHILODENDRON. blue; C. Meyers, blue; E. Millhorn, ;os AUt
display of plants of all descriptions.Due : red ribbon. blue; T. Bell, blue; C. Morrow,blue; <
to lack of space and time, the MISCELLANEOUS: Red Croton J. Watkins, blue; lydna Harley red; YOU III fM/ NIw
award winners will be pictured in best of class, blue ribbon; Bromiliadcarolinia Barbara Harrington, white ribbon. "HUGGED I .
next weeks edition. blue; Bromiliad CHRISTMAS CACTUS: Kathy .wd f
Hardee, blue ribbon.KALENCHOE Y .
goosmania, blue; Bromiliad an- OuR( w / r
thriam, blue; green pandanus,blue; : Marcie Brown,
NONFLOWEItINCIIOUSEPLANTs peace lilly, blue; False Arelia, blue; velvet leaf, blue; Corrine Tyson, 11 ..anrx
: summer holly, blue; bamboo palm, panda bear, blue; Marcia Brown,
NORFOLK PINE: Kathy Con blue; scheffilara variegated, blue; panda bear, blue.
verse, blue; B. Harrington, blue. anthsiam, blue; variegated pan- CROWN OF THORNS: D.Perry,2 r ttiass
white DIFFENBACIIIA ribbon. : B. Harrington_ danus, red; golden pandanus, red; blue ribbons; C. Morrow, blue; D. ;:-!' .t.-: i" +.es
Rosenberg, blue W.Westcott, blue
pony tail palm, red; croton, red. ; ; Rsr -'
DRACAENIA: Lori Williams R. McKinney, 2 blue ribbons; M. a
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white. FLOWERING IIOUSKPI.ANTS: Salvatore, blue; B. Hafcker, blue; ".
PEPPEROMIA: B. Harrington AFRICAN VIOLETS: Carol Wise, D. Westcott, blue; Brenda Thompson 1 "1, ITtI.
emerald leaf, blue; B. Harrington Best of Class, purple ruffle violets; 1 blue and 1 red; B. Harrison, f :;: P _
hanging, red ribbon.SYNGONIUM Lori Williams, pink violet flowers, red; B. Harrington, 1 red and 1 c..Mo: f Nw 'fPRtL _.;;
: B. Harrington white C. Nelson red Janie *"' v +
white. white. ; ; Thompson \ 'is' :. _
BEGONIA: Edna Norton,red wax white; Melanie Hinds; K. Con
variegated POTHOS, red: ribbon.Lori Williams begonia, blue.ORCHID verse, white. NAttfMAfcSHILD. :.', (
: Edna Norton, gizzard Converse, blue J. Ramson, blue T. ,
plant, blue bon; Bonnie King, white ribbon. ; ;
MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Nor Slater, blue; M. Brown, blue;
: Marcia ton, miniature rose, red ribbon; B. Heather Norton, blue; Edna Norton, '."
Brown, red; Edna Norton, citrus Harrington, oxalis, white ribbon. blue; Martha Smith,blue; Noel Nor- MONTH ...
red ribbon; B. Harrington, red rib- ton, red; B. Harrington, white. -
bon; B. Harrington, ficus tree, red; I.AWTKY CORRECTIONAL INST. MISCELLANEOUS SUC-
J. Watkins, ficus, red, B. Harrington ENTRIES: : CULENTS: Bill Haefeker, best of Anti-Drug Booth the Best...
white. BEGONIA: Best of Class; 1 blue show and 1 blue ribbon D. Roberts,
ribbon; 2 red ribbons. blue; T. Slater, blue; ; Brenda Adell Mitchell and Mary Bucbele are proud of their TamlUe Against Drup"booth at the County Fair,winning lit I'

I.AWTECOIutEC1'Wo.I.: ; INSTITUTION : ; Thompson, blue; B. Westcott, blue; place In the Adult Education dlvblon. a
ENTKIKS:: : CACTUS AM: ; SUCCULENTS: D. Westcott, red; R. Whitaker, red;
NORFOLK ISLAND PINE ; ALOE: K. Woods, red ribbon; T Don Davis, red; B. Harrington, red.
Chicken Gizzard, blue ribbon; cast Bradley, red ribbon; B. Harrington, PRICKLEY PEAR: Fernando
iron plant, red ribbon. white; O'Neal. Hernandez blue and 1 red ribbon;
Becky Johns, blue; Jamie Thompson ington, bunny ear, blue; L.O'Neal, Pot Farm.
1 blue and 1 red.! cactus, blue; Eva Hodge succulentdish ; ',
r CRASSULA: J. Rawson, 2 blue garden, red ribbon.
'1 N-a ribbons BONSAI: B. Harrington, Juniper, from 68
; T. Slater, blue; M. Todd, page
Bradford blue; M. Brown, red ribbon. blue ribbon.
BARREL & BALL CACTUS: save seed from only the best plants the heaters into town,, and loaded
Chiropractic Center Tracy Bradley, blue; D. Roberts, each growing season, Uebelner said.two pick-up trucks with plants and
Starke Office blue; Carrie Westcott, blue; Casey And the Judges Are... A single marijuana plant can br other items gathered for evidence. +I
Westcott, blue B. Westcott, blue Sheriff Etheridge said, "This
; ; for the Horticulture ing $750, an FDLE agent said
W. Garber, blue M. Salvatore, The Judges sheriff will destroy marijuana
218 S. Walnut St. Crawford, Sheriff Etheridge borrowed a
Division Stanley
blue; T. Bradley, red. in the county, regardless
Next to the Chamber of Commerce I ECHEVERIA: J. Watkins, 1 blue Hilton Coleman and Jean Harding. large truck from the county to haul of whose property It is on. Friendship -

and 1 red; D. Davis, blue; T. Bell, ceases at the fence."
9644957PAIN blue; Edna Norton, blue. The routine air-surveillance will'

continue.Faye .
HANGING BASKETS: retired 13 months ago after
WANDERING JEW: Corrine 20 years as a Bradford County
Tyson, blue ribbon; Lori Williams, employee, Until March, 1988, she
CONTROL white ribbon. was in charge of all criminal
Headaches MISCELLANEOUS: C. Meyers, records. A. B., a former prison
Neck &Arm Best of Class; S. Carter, blue; S. CONTROLLING employee, now works for duPont.
Mid Back INJURIES Fuller, blue; C. Tyson, 1 blue, 1 red;
W. Garber, blue; W.Westcott, blue;
Low Back& Leg Work! Related B. Harrington, red; H. Fernandez, '''-
.Sports red. ALCOHOL AND
Personal FERNS:
.Auto Accidents MISCELLANEOUS: Harriette
Holtzendorf, white ribbon. DRUG ABUSE Santa Fe College
DR. W. DAVID SIKES HANGING BASKETS: T. Bell, Summer TermsRegistration
DR. RICHARD C. TULLER Best of Class; D. Westcott, red rib-
FERN: Edna Norton, Santa Fe Community College's
TEAM APPROACH blue ribbon. Summer A and C Terms begin May
241IOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK best in class. Registration by appointment April
25-28 and regular registration is May
964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER MISCELLANEOUS: 11-12. Late registration is MayJft-16.:\
TOPIARY: D. Davis, blue ribbon. Courses in the Arts and
OMiro Hour"' Mon-Fri 8 30-S' 00( p m Sat By A "lnlmp"I DISH GARDEN: Becky Johns, are open
Sciences for transfer to four-year
spider plant. Best of Class: B. Harr- know. Vocational'Technlcaleducation
you colleges, and offered.
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t.It. 4ir..a Starke City Hall Burglarizedby

Buster Rahn
I saw BCT Staff WriterEmployees day night. City Clerk Neil Tucker was unable and since roost people pay by
The window frame was pried out to find anything missing, or broken the don't contain checkf
deposits a
in the city clerk's of-
breaking the glass In the of
by the
process intruder.
.. fice found cash, Tucker said
1.1 a broken window In the
gaining The window Is behinda
'. 11 NE corner of Starke City Hall, Mon. entry. Tucker said his office keeps only a If it were not for a foot print foundIn
1\\ k day morning, and a large large foundation shrub, providingsome small amount of cash on hand and it the seat of a stenographer's chair,
I footprint cover from the street light on Is placed In the
\ in a chair, vault, behind a steel It wouldn't be a certainty anyone
indicating that
someone the corner only a few feet from the door
entered the protected by a combination entered the building,since there was
building sometime Sun-
It t lh7s11 a t qarrrr't' window. lock. The city makes daily deposits, no vandalism.the .

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Y buy gas, according to the clerk. body wn discovered March ?:3 daring -
Couple ArrestedFor While pumping his gas the only other a search of the area around her investigation continues.
PossessionA customer left the store and the man home in the Deer Foot Trail subdivision
returned from the pumps and asked south of Starke following her
i Palm Apartments couple were for beer. The man got a beer from disappearance.How Attempts .
I.I I. arrested after pot was found on the the cooler, returned to the counter Renaud Attempted burglaries were
I coffee table in their home when and demanded the clerk give him remains a discovered early Monday
+ c t f deputies answered a disturbance money, according to Lt. David medical mystery examiner pending a, said report from the (April 10) by owners of several
I Aderholt. The man wanted bills and Etheridge. businesses in Starke.
call.Kathleen J. Rochelle, 35, and quarters which he put into a sack. Someone tried to pry the door on
cit James Edward Rochelle, 57, were He then escorted the clerk to the Boat Trailer and the south side of the building at Sun
charged April 11 with possession of back office,told her to say there and shine Electric.Suspects did not gain
less than 20 grams of cannabis, according left. The clerk said she locxked the Accessories StolenA entry to the building according to
to Lt. David Aderholt. Both door and called for help. Patrolman Perry Gorman.
i were released after $500 surety No weapon was seen or eluded to 15-foot fiberglass fishing boat Across the street marks
\ bonds were posted. but the man did keep one hand in his complete with trailer and outboardmotor found pry were
on the front door at Walls
One of the couple had called policeto pocket.Anyone was stolen from a Starke Small Engines on Washington St. by
1 say the other one was cursing and with information pertain- agency Sunday. what appeared to be made by a tire
P -- shouting, when deputies arrived the asked ing to to the contact robbery the or Bradford the County Travelling north on US-301 late Iron, again no entry was gained.A .
of the disturbance determined
cause was
to be the marijuana, said Sheriff's Office. The suspect is Sunday afternoon, Burl Traylor said third try at Florida Pest control
Aderholt. approximately six feet tall, medium he noticed the south gate to the was more successful.A door locatedon
: .1 Assisting in the arrests were build, 25 to 35 years old, with collar Bradford-Union Marine, Inc. had the southwest corner of the
been taken off the hinges and since it building had been
Deputies Jason Bennett and Danny length light blond hair and pryed open and an
looked like a boat was missing he attempt was made to
Thrift. mustache, wearing a red/white pry open a
.. baseball cap, leans, flannel shirt or celled the manager, according to drink machine on the inside of the
jacket and driving a small shiningred Patrolman J. M. Johnson. building, according to Sgt. Gerald
Gayes. A small amount of
pickup truck. changewas
Gates Robbed When manager Robert L. Sapp ar- found missing from the
." rived he found a 1979 blue/black business.A .
Early TuesdayThe 15-feet' fiberglass fishing Marine
Gates Store at US-301 and 12YearOldShot Hull with a,1980 Mercury outboard
CR-18 near Hampton was robbed In Head motor had been removed from the burglary was reported at Starke
early Tuesday morning. No one was yard. Also missing was a galvanized City Hall where entry was gained
Y injured in the robbery but the Bradford County Sheriff Kenneth trailer (a drive-on) with no tag. No through a northeast window which
suspect made off with an undeter- Etheridge confirmed Thursday, valued was listed for the boat,motoror appeared to have been pryed open
mined amount of money.At April 6, that 12-year-old Meghan trailer.In the boat were two Brim with a tire iron type tool,said Hayes.
Renaud had been shot in the head. The window was broken but there
2 a.m., April 11, a lone white poles three fiberglass poles a
male entered the store wanting to Renaud Is the sixth-grader whose tackle box, battery, gas tank, was no report of any theft.
floating cushions and life vest, There are no suspects at this time
-- valued over$300, said Johnson. but the cases all remain open and
Su-El's Retirement Community There are no suspects in the theft, the investigations continue.

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1'1o>oe write P O. Drawer 260 SlarkeI TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 19893 BR, 2 Australian school European, ScandinavianHigh Telegraph office In writing and paid In BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE I 90' on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated 3
I 110 '12091 4 7IFIAND Ba, CHSA 34x60 mobile home on one In Exchange Students arriving forAm.ricon advance unless credit Is already BR, I'/i ba home, plus newly decorated 2 BR, I ba MH pretty beach
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WANTED ocr. land In South Stark. area Readyto August. a family established with this office. dock. $190.000
JO to 1000 ACRES WANTED IMMEDIATE- move In. No cash needed. Call Bill Call Intercultural Student Ex THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE RAIFORD LOVELY HOME SITE 2 BR. 1 Ba frame home on 1.63 acres. ClearedS
change. 1800SIBLING. fcan
I Y Fail. cash closings possible. Writ 9642624. 4tchg 3/30.4/20 HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN landscaped only $ 20.000
LOSERS WANTED I Lose to 30 Ibs. this
lo lorry Clayton. S. Hwy. 41, Rt. 10 NEWII Iti9 tingle or doublewlde month Inches and cellulite up Doctor CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CLEAN. CLEAN 1664 S.F.. 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage space, CHSA, woodheater
Box 119. Lake City Fl. 32055. 4lchgt mobile homes of your choice, set upon recommended I've lost 45 THE TELEPHONE. built-In stove, 25x15 patio, 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
JO 4 20 I acre lot, ready to move Into. LocatedIn pounds. Incredible,program.lot absorber. Call Classified deadline I TUESDAY NOUN garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 80.000

South Starke or Graham ar.a. NO Cecl 602.276-3701. Icon prior to Thursday publication. '.IA Y. 214 WATER STi 2 BR,2Bo. nice fenced yard, Sep.garage, Sale priced I $25,000
CASH NEEDED. Coll Freda 964.2624. Classified deadline Is FUL
display KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. CB, 3 BR/IBo, carpet, cent. heat windowair
R.V.s. 3/30.4/20 Classified >
4tchg P.M.
5:00: Special stove, refrlg OW, ceiling fans, fenced back yard, nice lot $ 38,000
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS like new 1989 Is NOT Guaranteed
TRAVEL TRAILERS 24x52 BR, 2 ba doublewide. Mosonlte Minimum charge 'for classified mis IsIS REDUCED.207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR. 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 16.000
- siding shingle roof, many extras. Only words for $3.50, then 15 coins 'for HWY. 301 SOUTH) Frame, 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA, 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 45.000
72 MOTOR HOME: $4.000 OBO. Can be $274.08/mo. No cash needed. Call Bill each word thereafter. $1 billing char ?), n at Slaike, KOA. No phone tails 964.2624. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 Classifieds Ads will be added lo each CHAKOO N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba, 5 acres $ 75,000
"pd.I: I 13 LOOK 11 Mobile Homes ol your choice. Results! classified ad. FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235, 15 minutes from Stark., 3
211 FT TRAVEL TRAILER: sleeps six "Factory Repo" bargains. No cash Get BR/IBo 70-yr-old home, CHI A, 6 stall barn, pal. barn, tool shed utility
cliun 53500.9644468. 2tpd 4/13,20 needed. Call Bill 964.2624. 4tchg .. building training trackl I REDUCED! $140.000
3/30-4/20 GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR. 3 full baths & two
BUSINESS RENT OR BUY.-SAME MONTHLY COSTS! '/, baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2Vi acres with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathing
Spacious mobile homes. WW carpets, "f1 MATHEWS decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone Beautifully landscaped
OPPORTUNITIES CHSA, cable-ready stylish Interiors. ASSUMABLE MTG. let us show this to you today!
Pines, SR 121. lake Butler 4962366. AFFORDABLE $53,000.1023 E. Call St. 3BR V. bath CH&A cable
G 11 eve__ 9644469REAl70R I ready,
1000 WOLFF SUNBEDS TONING TABLES. MOBILE 4tchg 3/30.4120 HOME-MUST BE MOVEDI 24x64 stove, relrig., 1596 s.f.. approx. M ocr. lot.
three bedroom 2 bath & den. $9500.i. When soiling real estate, why telling
Sn.o to 50% Prices from $249. Body i Spanish-style home,3450 s.f., 10 acres,sprinkler system 4 BR, 2". ba formalLR
964-2623; alter 6 964 3673. Itchg : when tell the whole world?
Sings lamps lotions Call today FREE 4/13 p.m. you can fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR. brick fireplace, patio pool ceiling fans, 2
<,.lot I catalog I 800.835.3826.fcan car garage, new roof zoned Agrl.. 2assum. mtg. $135.000
-Lowteyi 18 with 600 ft. Hwy.
t KEYSTONE HIS Spacious, quiet country living 3 BR, 2 Ba Ig. FR. kit/DR com
!187 Concord 3 BR 2'/i bo has ex frontage.Cltyt one acre on Laura St., room for boo 2000 s.f., CHSA, city water, 2 septic tanks, exc. condition. $ 60.000
Ira lot with wood frame house, city several r..ld.ntlallat.. BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba, CB, wood floors, 1185 s.f.. 5 acres $ 60,000
utilities. Cltyi 1.38 Ac., great office location. CRYSTAL LAKE) furnished log cabin. 98 ft. on water, IBR/IBa. $90000
Bradford: Properties .;: 173 New Moon 12x60, with approll. Cltyt SR 100: 3.5 acres, potontial HWY. 225i 2/1 from., 3 stall barn, newly rewired 2 Ac. S 32,500
10 North of 105th Ave.
:: acres Lawtey commercial development area. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Ba 1500..f.. wood frame $ 50.000
Investments In k HOMES BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44.000
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& MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres. 3/1 CB, CHI A, so near $ 40.000
In 1987. Located In lake AREAi 1 Acre 3 BR 2
>S 4>% '''<- # Homp.THERESSA HAMPTON LAKE AREA! 3 BR. 2 ha. CHSA. screened patio with BBQ grill.
,/' Suz/ainnA KltCherlsrBrOKl ton Oaks. Shown by appointment. Bath, 1564 s.f. home 55000. Also 3 BR MH 1 '/t ba, on 3 acres
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> 'Two BR, I BA. nice lot. $13.000.Union Ctyi '135 acres, 2700 sq.ft.
Southgatei. Brick veneer BR, 2 Ba, brick home. APARTMENT FOR RENT. Also 3/2 home.
$51.000: Brick veneer situated on over 2 1/2 LANDS little lake Santa Fei 100x160 ft. lot, NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave., eight furnishedone
acre. extra lg. living room 11/2 baths 3 bedrooms s .R. 100 A: Two 6.77 acre parcels.I new septic tank, approved for well, bedroom opts., fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record.

separate dining room, detached storage barn. Between power source to lot. Heating S cooling unit In each apt. Selling price$147.500 with assumable mortgage
Its. of $111,708.91/4" interest rate. Paved parking lot.
Starke and Keystone
$35.000 to own a 1987 doublewlde Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan, Associate LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S., Reduced to $85,000
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LOCATION, LOCATION This prim. comm.rclallocatlon 507 W. Madison St.
complete with one acre well & septic Located In Keystonearea L 441 W. Madison St., Starke Dolly Simpson, Associate SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building Enterprise Zone $ 60.000

of Clay County. 301 SOUTH: 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85.000
PRIPR REDUCED! Spacious doublewlde on 1/2 acre, needs 301 NORTH! approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125,000

located Just south of Starke. RENTAL ON CALL STREET II!
some tender loving care '

NEW MODEL HOME now under construction in Southgate FOg, 'S DE. .: iORIJ:. : 1\S'E: I After Hours
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Subdivision solid Investment good area. VA & FHA Anne Terwillegar Nolion . . . . . . 473-7541

financing available. $60s. Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .964.3160

SSUM BLE IvTTG. 10 1/2otb. fixed $254.02/mo. 30 Term, BY OWNER. Joy Thornton. . . . . . . . . 964-4223

cozy little home In Starke. nice area listed at 37000. e 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home in Fairbanks... $150.000 Debra Connaughton . . . . . . . 964-2833
-T\VO STORY rvMiNTRV HOME on one acre, stonefireplaces Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In

hardwood floors tin roof all electric 3/2, Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up .
assumable mtg. 1 1%. $456.50/mo., In excellent shape. Only e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake.Frontagej .u' ..",'ei. 1(110Shat..IU' 'Una .gl", "' ..vot. vinM nnltnnllr*' t'lonoeinq v o TO* "MfO:

-18,500' firm.e$73,000 In Alachua County J "'. h .. ..

: The ultimate in a well-planned home. Close-In e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000
1 42 ac.. lots of oak cabinets. 3 bedroom. 2 baths marble e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton HERITAGE VILLAS

whirlpool tub and vanity tops plant window, extra storage Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000

large utility room and more. e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ..;.................$3500 & Up 607 Bradford Court in Starke

..$62.500. Crystal Lake homesites area. 3/2 family Well room. New 2 BR. 2 BA Home in Graham ............................$40.000

lireplace. Florida room. detached garage/carport. 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.00O Acre Applications for immediate occupancy are being accepted
maintained and in very good condlUon. e Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

..12.SOX, Frame w/brick veneer on 2 1/4 ac., extra large e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.

kitchen area. For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home 2 BR w/Bath on Rental information and applications are available at the
.PF'TAIL SPACE for lease near Community State Bank 2 Acres Graham Rental O 1ce, 607 Bradford Court Starke

:$! 5 O/mo., approx. 1100 sq. ft. .Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6.500 Each "Equal

Call about our many other properties.We e 3 BR. 2 BA Home on 3 Ac. In Keystone Hght. For Sale or Rent. Call 964-6216 ,fY Housing

can assist you wlthjlnancing. e 2 Homes 2 MI. North of Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely VIon.-Fii. 9-5:3O p.m. uZZLj Opportunity

If we don't have the home you want. we'll Jlnd Ut Furnished FOR RENT ...........................................$500/Mo

BRADFORD .LAND &. CATTLE COMPANY Classified Ads Get Results!

Ronald E. Newman. Sr.

964-6881 Evenings Call 373-9S6O
Instant Financing e No Points ... Reasonable Interest Rates

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Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R. 100221 lafayette St.// _ : ALTON ROAD .' 3BR/2BA Modular Home, CHSA, Stove, Refrl ft Drapes I

Swimming Pool, Bldg 16x24 w/Pallo. Storage Bldg 12x12. Lovely Landscaped
backs to golf Must seal REALTOR "
REDUCED-Executtve home, up course. Lot.WALNUT
LOT WITH NICE TREES across from Hampton lake. STREET Lovely Old Fashioned Two-Story Frame. 4BR/2BA. Large .
VA ASSUMABLE wide mobile home on 3 nice acres. Priced lo sell at $28,500.: living and Dining Rooms, Family Room, Kitchen. S Laundry Rooms, Floor
EXCELLENT STARTER HOME or rental. 35000. Furnace AC Unit large landscaped Lot, .
NEW LISTING beautiful grassy lot, cleared and filled! on Hampton Lake, paved ,. 'A Few of Our Many Listings, r' CHURCH Lat..STREET 2BR/3 BA Frame, 'CHSA. Stove 6 Rein,1536.' -SF. Nice Car, '
road. nor
NEEDS LOVEI i Fixer upper with excellent possibilities, on one acre, 35000. *OWNER ANXIOUS) Two story form tC.:#t1'S qlres. py.:2 Ba, needs, new COUNTRY LIVING- 3BR/I BA A-Frame Home. Porches AU 'r4lUnd'Slov.,

NICE ACRE beautiful trees In Lawtey. coat of paint and a new owner On pflji It1Fiwctt-Pr.t.l.duc.d.! Relrl and Cast Iron .Wood Burning Stove, 24x50 Pole Barn, Metal Tool Shed
GRAHAM AREAt approx. 1700 s.f., block house,3 BR, 2 ba, fireplace, Ig. open *CROSBY LAKE CANAL LOT high and dry; 13500., ; ', 8x9, 6 Acres. \: i
shed on \ '/ acre $61,000. *3 YEAR OLD BEAUTIFUL BRICK In the Country Club: Almost 2000 .:f'13 BR,2, ba.. ON THE RIVER 3BR. 2MBA,'Two-Story lag Horn, CHBAr Stove R.lrl. '
BEAUTIFUL LARGE HOME In country on 2 acres with pool deck. Ig. screen. CHSA Family rm, fireplace, and more..Built by lobby Hall. Dishwasher 3000 SF, Front. t Back Porches, Enclosed! Garage Well S Sec, '
other extras. *LAWTEY AREA nice home, CHSA on t:acre,'-ulel and .peaceful. tic. .
porch "
MYRTLE STREET 3 BR. 2 boo only 39500. BUILDING LOT In Conerly Estates wire or.i.' : 3 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB. large living S Dining Roam; .
APPROX. 2 ACRES with OW mobile ham., will do a lease/purchase.' 1 *IAK uiriraw; AT r< !::7s Beautiful' high S dry lot, area's finest home., too' Family Room, Kitchen w/Breokfost Nook, CHSA..Enclosed Garage, Well S
ba rock fireplace, decorated nice., extras to lists. Call for appointment. .
*SOUTHGATEI large 3 BR 2 many Septic.. ... !!:
GOLf VIEW. we have 5 nice building lots left In Golfvlew. FRAME HOME large bedroom both large living room, eat-in kitchen .
HWV. 16 W 4 BR 2 bath frame 45000. *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 ..f.. CHSA .5 acres paved road; extra nice.! SELECTED PROPERTIES .

!'A *LAWTBY Nice 3BR, 2 bo CB home.' *DEVELOPER NEEDED 8 acres In Stark., city water ft sewer available. If ACRES Frontage on Farsylh Rood. Will Dlvid:;. II I .
*TWO 1 ACRE LOTS available off Hwy. 225. MH'plu. *ALMOST NEW BRICK hi Country Club.3/,24| over. '.1800. s.f. ,. fireplace" !' range, I 6 ACRES + Well. Septic and Power Pole Cypr.ss Pond.,,' \ ,
FOUR ACRES 4 BR, 2 bo. with another 3 BR. 1 bath home and' slnglewlde. refrlg.. OW, on 1 acre; ossumable'mortgage-, 10 ACRES Will bivlde. Pecan Grove. Well ft 5.ptlciOwn.rinaiidnpr; : .
will consider financing. *BRICK IN STARKIt 3 BR, Hi.Ba. CH&.... 47000.' .
2 MH r.nlal spaces. Owner ,1. i 6 Acres Frontage on Hwy. 100W..Qty Water ft Sewage Available: '
*3.' ACRES beautiful wooded land to build on or put mobile ham. *HWY. U WEST Brick 3/2V4 on 1 acr., lots of extra; See this one,' 3 ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy'I6W. .* ', V: .xM I : .
with 50ff frontage! on 301, water; sewer and *CONVENIENT TO STARKI OR G>INE$VILUl Nice brick home over 22OO s I.. ''It ,
i HWY 301 NORTH lOaeres approx. I I 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home-$3.500rounty HW;. 12SWJ: I
CHSA:range, r....woodburnlng stove on 2.78 acres: 4 South. < '
ACRES 301 .
> ..Iectrlc.*ENJOY THE SUMMER on beautiful Crystal lake and get a bargain to l>Oatt!, Over *CLOSE TO CECIL FIELDS MH, 1 AC.,.t BR. IV, ba, quiet nelghbhood,23500. ONE-HALF Hwy ACRE Zoned for' Mobile. Home,.tt.OOoI. .', .';, '; :.< .- .' ,,
deck overlooking the water, price, ACHE FARM that hosiltalMisfi. pontVlmproyed posture! beautifuloaks., 9'. '. .. .
4 000 ..f. 3 BR home. |lacusel l lorg..upstairs 14 : FOUR .-..C.. TRACTS AVAILABLE W Broofcer''J. w t IF
; reduced to sell. barns,'cross-fenced water In all pastures. 2 mobile homes THREE 2-ACR1 RIVIRFRONT Lon AVAILABLE Brooker .
*HIGH TRAFFICS Jones Craft Gill Shop: Crafts; craft supplies, and gilts. LAKE GENEVA Lorge lot 100 ft..on Water. "
j // You Don't See Something You Like. Call Vsl! .*COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 16 E .Cherry St.', 25000. COMMERCIAL Hwy. 301 N, Two-Story CB Bldg w/Livlnq Ar'eollpstalrs I 1
mile frant_. excellent ,",nil..... 1
Other Listings to Choose r rom: I to CV:5 W Are3 yeah: 3/4 c Wshway: 4400 -. -' ,
j We Have Many 1 mile to Country Cub, 2 mile to $Iark.: Only S15OO per acre, LAKI LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing.
r 11 ACRES HIGH OIlY pecan trees,.well i septic.$29,000. (Free M.H.l i

r r .COUNTRY CLUB Brick, over (1900 sett formal' living dining' room, If YOUR MINO K ON REAL ESTATE OR THINGS/ tClATtO' I
Call One of Our Professionally. family room'rec room or extra bedroom 2Vt bathe. MAKE YOUR NEXT srol'ATACCElfAATCD,
1500 s.f.. 100x300 lat 56000.

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$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF 964.8392.Itpd 413YARD and Bargain Hunters. The Pack Rat hasa "Cocker Pups" AKC buff 3 females sell 1974 Customised Ford Van. Excellent .
NEWSPAPER PLATES .alumimi,,,. HIGH RIDGE ESTATES DW mobile horn large selection of good quality solid parents on premises $160.00 each Call condition. Excellent price.
measures 24x36" $SO each Great for on large corner lot. 'A mile off SR100. furniture, old A new glassware, tools, 4962372.413 Itpd. 4/13. 462.2075 leave message. 3/30 4tchg.
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 475-2797 or 475.3213. By appointment.4tpd 'Jewelry, books...There's just no way to 4/20.
W. Call St. 964.6305. IF SALES 3/23.4/13 list It all. If we don't have It, we will REAL ESTATE
APPLIANCES) reconditioned BY OWNER Unique 3 bedroom. 2 bath find It. Call us at 473-2183 or come by HOMES FOR SALE
refrigerators, washers, dryers, ranges, SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND OILED custom made, 2 story DW mobile homeon and spend a few hours. Located on 5 TO 30 ACRES with large concrete
air conditioners. Ed's Appliances, Paris' : new and used all makes and 1 acre of beautiful Oaks. Second Hwy 100. mile east ol traffic light. 10a.m..5 barns. Also new doublewideon 1 acre
8 Service, story Is A-frame loft. 10X22 wood BRICK HOME ON ONI ACRE Four
310 E. Call St. 964 2966.
Slpd models, $15. James Strickland p.m. 2tchg 46.13BOWS.TlNTS.BACKPACKS or larger In country. Call 496-3939
3/30.4/27 deck. Call today Will sell fast bedroom 3 bath In the Swim-
964 8733, Hwy. 233 8 16 (Morgan Rd.). Sleeping days. 4541595. evenings tfn/chg. country.
THERMAX VACUUM CLEANER with 01.tachm.nt. 3/23TF 45000. Ask for Natalie. Evenings, bags, outdoor clothing and camping ming pool and satellite. Large oaks

.. 2 yrs old like new $550. YARD SALE: Thurs. & Fri 9 III 5, 4 475-5673 day 4734903. Itpd 4/13 accessories. B 8 J Outfitters in FOR SALE 119500. Two additional acres
473.2345 after 6 p.m. 4tpd 4/6.27 families. Olins Trailer Park. Dishes, --. Gainesville, corner of SR 26 and 34th available. Coll 496-3939 days and
1971 TITAN MOTORHOMEt Class A. 26', curtains, bedspreads, clothes, piano YARD SALES 3762721.. 2tpd 4/6.13 454.1595, evenings tfn/chg. 2/2
Couch like new tan ? blue uphol.t.ryw.taln GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U
Onan gen., AC 32.000 miles ,'since baby clothes, and lots more. 9644018.
now. N.w tires, excellent condition. Itpd 4/13 YARD SALE April 15 -9 am.2 p.m. 280 CARS-TRUCKS-BOATS 496-3377.4/13.guard $250.00. Powell's repair). Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. .

4/13$11,500 or best offer. 4681409. PMARY'S 932 E. EUCLID ST.i Saturday 9 until. Rain Berea Circle. Park of the Palms. Itchg New 15 ft. Hotpolnt Itpd.Refrigerator 4/13. $325. Ext. GH-1136 for. Call current((1)) 100-67-6000 list 3/10

date Sat., 4/22. Itpd 4/13 4/13 1979 TOYOTA COROLLA Llftbock, good Used Range $100. Both $400. Call 4/27. r.po
VARIETY SHOP Buys, sells und YARD SALE Off Gasllne Road. Friday ttpd.
motor rough body dependable 4962179.413 Itpd. 4/13.
BABY CLOTHES clothes, household
trades. Sells new and used lurniture.Wicker and Saturday 10 am.5 p.m. Itchg transportation. Cheap price, $525.
Items, linens and more lawtey 200A. 1
rattan and decor
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pourrl and Incense. OH TV and block South of caution light. look for FRIDAY APRIL 14 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. 220 JON BOAT 1988 Lowe. 16 ft.. Tunnel HELP WANTEDlake FOR RENT
microwaves as well. 301 E. Call St.. signs. Sat. 9 4:30: p.". Itchg 4/13 Chelah Ave Park of the Palms. Rain-no Jon 16 ft. long 70 Inch wide, 48 Inch

964-3250. 4/6TF sale. Itchg 4/13 with used trailer SI000, with MINI STORAGE
SATURDAY 9 a.m. Till 102 long Street floor Butler Apparel Company "Wants 5x5 $15; 5x10 $20;
NEW t USED WOLFF TANNING BEDS SATURDAY APRIL 15 ONLY 10 am.4 $1600. 4734103. 4/13
301 N., turn right at Powells Dairy motor. Itpd You I" Ar. you a dedicated person who 10x10. $30 per month plus $20
Manufactured for home or commercialuse. Freeie. look for Itchg 4/13 p.m. Take CR214 at White Elephant to 1979 GMC '/ TON Heavy half. Equipped has experience in the sewing field or deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
Top quality Immediate delivery. signs. Heskftt Lane, right to second drivewayon for towing, topper AC PS/PB are you Interested In learning? We tfnchg. 12/22
Free color brochur. Save thousands right. See signs. Itpd 4/13 good tires well kept, $3200. 473-2028. train. We offer paid holidays, paid MOBILE HOME LOT, I acre shaded lot,
Call today! 18002236743. Icon Itchg 4/13 vocation, credit union profit sharing ready for mobile home hookup, near
FOR SALE incentive, medical and life Worthington. Call 496.2185 after 6:00:
bolt-up construction steel buildings, well, good tires, recently painted Insurance. Call 496.3601 or come by, p.m. tfnchg.OFFICE .
engineer stamped construction prints, MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water HARLEY DAVIDSON gas golf car $600. $1800. 4732028. Itchg 4/13 650 SE 2nd Street Lake Butler. 4/6 SPACE 150 W. Main Street
3,000 standard sizes 30x40x10 $3485; .sewer cable TV. 9647498. 1/12TF Small air compressor with 220 volt 198S PLYMOUTH OUSTER Turismo., 2.2 2tchg. 4/13. $100.00 month. Call 496.2261.
40x60x12 $6275; 50x75x12 $9186; TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath mobile home, motor, 12 gallon tank $125. 473.4679 engine, AT PS, factory air. AM/FM Typist $500.00 weekly at home! Information Mobile Home lot, chain link fence, slab
60x100x14 $13,895. Call for free unfurnished. $100 month. $150 security or 4732162. 2tpd 4/13-20. stereo 2 door hatchback bucket 7 send self addressed stamped utility house, $85.00. Powell's!
brochures today. 18006435555. Icon deposit. No pets, only 1 child. Call seats 64.000. $3495 OBO. 413.2438. envelope to J-R-H P.O. Box 253 lake 496.3377.4113 Itpd. 4'13.
AMONG AMERICA'S LARGEST! Ray after 6 p.m.. 964-8970. 9644430. FAMILY HOME IN CLAY COUNTY: Itchg 4/13 Butler. 4/6 2tchg. 4/13.
Dean Farm/Construction equipment 964-8705. 2/16TF spacious 3 BR, 2 ba, brick quality constructed Baylor weeknights 7:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. MOBILE HOMES
auction I Second and fourth Tuesdays, FOR RENTi MOBILE HOMES with city 1920 sq. ft., huge 835 sq. It. ANIMALS FOR SALE Work 3 days a week Monday Friday FOR SALE
9 a.m. (AL907)). Highway 84 West water .sewer cable TV 2 BK 1 bath. garage, on one acre. Many extras. get paid for a full week. Excellent
Dothan, Ala. 2056923164. Auctions 94-7491. 1/12TP $89,500. Call Trevor Waters, Century 2 PONIES $100 1 each. Call 473-1123 after benefits and pay. Contact Kay Dowl-
available at your place. fcan HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. 21 Showcase Properties Inc.. Broker 6 p.m. 4tchg 4/6.27 Ing. 12593151. 4/13 Itchg. 4/13. 19(9 14' Wid. $6995.00. Comes with
WOOD DINETTE $140; washer/dryer Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF 4734903. 4tchg 3/30.4/20 APPALOOSA MARE 6 years old. Needs Baylor weekend nights 7:00 p.m. 7:00 wood siding. 2 bedroom I bath appliances
$150; baby clothes $25; klngsize THREE BEDROOM mobile home for rent experienced rider 473-2042 after 5 a.m. Saturday and Sunday only get included, delivered to your
waterbed with lights $250. 9642611. 964.8614 or 9645768. 4tpd 3/23.4/13 p.m. 2tpd 4/6.13 paid for a full week. Full benefits. Contact lot. Call 755-5114 Circle B Mobile
.. ..
Itpd 413DINING TWO BEDROOM unfurnished apartment --- ARABIAN STUD 4737028. Itchg 4/13 Kay Dowling. 12593151. 4/13 Homes, lake City Florida. 4/6 4tchg.
ROOM SUITE table and leaf, 6 no children or pets. $200 mo.. lease. NOTICE --- Itchg. 4/13. 4/27.
chairs, lighted china cabinet. All excellent 964-8404. Stchg 3/23-4/27 FOR SALE Easy Work Excellent Pay! Assemble 2*' x 70',4 bedroom masonitlng shingle,
condition. $550. 3757577. Itpd FOR SALE OR RENT 2 Bedroom house In CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted products at home Call for Information plywood floors, energy efficient
4/13 town of Raiford. For Info call 4311451. to the Lake Region Monitor office SINGER AUTOMATIC Touch S Sew. 504.641-8003 Ext. 8401. 4/13 Itpd. $ month. Call 755.5114, Orcle -
BUNK BEDS heavy duty pine completewith 4tpd 3/30.4/20 in writing and paid In advance Makes patterns, button holes, etc. Cost 4/13. B Mobile Homes, lake City Florida.
mattresses. Will make twin beds, LOW DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES kitchenettes unless credit Is already establishedwith $689 Bal. due $150. Guaranteed. Also Clerical position. Must type 35cwpm 4/6 4tchg. 4/27.
$150. 3757577. Itpd 4/13 available. Mobile home this office.MONITOR used Zig Zag machines, $50 S up. miscellaneous duties, must have an interest 1919 Doublewlde $11.t9S.OO. 3
ICE CREAM PARLOR SET 4 heartdesignchairs parking space for rent. 7823332. 2tpd STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 473.7862.4/13 tfnchg to develop writing skills. Part- bedroom plywood floors, delivered to
and 30" table. Great for patio. 4/6-13 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN time. Call 4962261. your lot. Call 755.5114, Circle B Mobile
$145. Call 375.7577. Itpd 4/13 MOBILE HOME: clean 3 BR, I'/t both, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Homes, Lake City Florida. 4/6 4tchg.
HIGH BOY CHEST and drop front CH8A on /i acre lot. Completely fur- THE TELEPHONE. HELP WANTED BOATS 4/27.
secretary. Beautiful pecan finish. Both nished. No pets. $250. plus $100 security Classified deadline is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday 1913 3 bedroom 14' x 7s' wood siding,
for $700, or separate. 3757577. Itpd deposit. 964-7554. 2tchg 4/6-13 prior to Thursday publication. COSMETOLOGIST Guaranteed salary ft appliances Included, delivered to your
4/13 APT. NEWLY REMODELED I BR, living Minimum charge is 15 words for S3.50. benefits. Full-time or part-time. 1988 Bayllner Fish t Ski, 125 Force Out lot 1099500. Call 795-5114. Circle B
WALNUT TABLE gate leg with 2 leaves. room, kitchen completely furnished then 15 cents for each word thereafter License required. Phone 4752211. board w5 year warranty. C.B., Depth Mobile Homes, Lake City, Florida. 4/6
Opens to 60"; 19" closed. $195. quiet area. $235 plus deposit. No pets. Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 4tchg 4/6-27 Finder Trolling Motor 1050000. Call 4tchg. 4/27.
375-7571.Itpd 4/13 4/6-20 Keystone H..., FL 32656 READ BOOKS FOR PAYI $100 a title. 496.3504.4/13 2tpd. 4/20.
SOFA AND CHAIRs sofa, electric stove, RETAIL SALES OFFICE space for rent. 500 Write: PASE-M1743 161 S. Llncolnway Spacious mobile homes. WW carpet
excellent condition. Call 9644259. sq. ft. or 960 sq. ft. Call 964-5069 N. Aurora IL 60542. 4tpd 4/6.27 MISCELLANEOUS"Jet's CHSA cable ready stylish interiors.
Itchg 413KENMORE Susan M. Faulkner Broker/Owner. COOK t NURSES AIDE positions Pines, SR 121 lake Butler 4962366.
WASHER t DRYER good SERVICESSEWING available at New Life Acres. 4752108.
2lchg 4/6.13 4tchg 3/30.4/20
working condition. $200. 9648301. Itpd TWO BEDROOM 2 bath house, around -' Itchg 4/13 Shop Jet's"for
and used
new clothing. Now
4/13 1500-1600 sq.ft., carport with large MACHINES CLEANED oiled and on consignment and acc.p.tlng wed
yard. $400 a month plus security first adjust tension In your home. Special
bed ding 265 N.W. 7th Avenue,
SEVERAL ITEMS electric hospital Ads gowns.
last Castle USA Inc., $22.50. all brands. Classifieds
sell for neg. Properties Repair Work Lake Butler, Monthly drawing for free AFFORDABLE!
and mattress, new $1400 William D. Tiffin Lie. Real Estate guaranteed. 4737862. 4/6 tfnchg
Results! merchandise
Get Mary Godbolt April 1st
$250; also have tabletop hospital tray
Broker 9645065.. Itchg 4/13 EXPERT HOUSE CLEANING and core for Winner 4/13 Itpd. 4/13. T.H.E. APARTMENTS
on rollers with height. adjuster new DUPLEX APARTMENT: 2 BR at the corner the elderly. References. 4733723.
$200, sell for $75. Selling due to loss of of Broadway and Jefferson St. Will be 4tchg 3/30-4/20 922 E.Brownlee St.

loved on. Call after 6 p.m.. 964-8970. shown at 204 Broadway. 2tchg 4/13-20 HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Clean cut ya'd, Camp Blanding Rd.
964.<<30,,964-8705.. 4ta| 3/s3-ti'{ ] "ir-"TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT: first floor raking mowing trimming edc n(
Starke FL 32091
COLOR ADVICE stove, refrlg. and all utilities furnished.No root, sweeplngv .. :. "IIU I \.i .,11k4.3--3Q4 ::a.l1l 4aiao1t: c,oJ I I. II. ,
Call for a personal no-obligation Mary pets. $80 per week. 964-8498. Itpd 4732278. 2tchg 4/6-13 .. ..
Kay Color Awareness consultation. 4/13 SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines H'" 964-7133
Sandra Reddish Dlr.ctor Mary Kay FOR RENT 1 BR from. house. No relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford ""I I
Consultant, ((904)964.5051) children. No pets. $175 month. Septic Tanks, Start-. 9648121. 4/13 ,., Pvt. Pressley Completes 2 & 3 BR family oriontod, with

((904)4753214.413MOVING) 9648404. 3tchg 4/13.27 tfnchg ,* Army Basic TrainingPvt. laundry & largo playground.
SALE--EVERYTHING MUST GOI TWO BEDROOM: I bath In city. OLE MAIDS CLE NIt G SERVICE Elaine free electricity first month.
No reasonable offer refused. Corner 964.6664.Itchg 4/13 and Rhonda. 75 J042 or 4733289. *: Kenneth E. Pressley, son of
Rent 30%
of monthly
Bessent Rd. A W. Mimosa Dr. Saturday TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED apartment 4/13.27 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pressley of your
4/15.9 a.m. til. 4 pc. antique bedroomset no children or pets. $200 month income if you qualify.
excellent condition 2 Bassett FLOORS SAGGING :\; : Keystone Heights recently hr. 40
lease. 9648404. 6tchg 3/23.4/27 DOORS : : Ifyou earn $3.35per ,
maple chest of drawers, maple dining NICE MOBILE HOME on 1 acre land In ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call Q' completed his basic: training at hrs. a week, have 3 dependents,
table and chairs large oval mlrros, country between Gainesville and LaRue Leveling Service for all your .I.t' Fort Knox, Kentucky. Pvt. rent would be about $112
queen size box spring and mattress Starke. $280 month. 9643620. It 4/13 foundation repairs Keystone, .Pressley graduated with honorsat your
with from., maple desk straight back STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to 473-7721. 7/9TF r 4" JIt his He also a month or$3.73 per day for
the of
oak chairs and miscellaneous. your work? We have clean mobile CARPET YOUR BATHROOM several colors t top company. days left in month,for move-in
9642342. It 4/13 homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF '0'"choose from. $45 Includes Installation. s' I 1I 1/ was awarded the DistinguishedSoldier after 1st.QUGliruul.
HYBRID DAY LILLIES $1.50.och clump or FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities "Browns Carpet Service, \ jPvt. Award for his Singles Accepted.
individual to order. 9647451. 2tpd paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA 4732347. 2tpd 4/6-13 1" : achievement and excellent ..
Move-in cost be Iowa.
fan as
4/13-20 TF
HOTEL. Walnut St. by Post .
Chihuahua puppies, 2 female and 1 extras, reasonable rents. PINES RENTALSCOMMERCIAL I Low Income

male, shots and wormed. 964-5630 496-2366 SR 121. Lake Butler. 7/14TF -"YC.- Sec. 8 Housing
weekends. Itchg 4/13 LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications SPACE available "M ( ; : 1..1 Rents for 30%
INSTANT 12x24 Add-A-Room for houseor for 1 A 2 bedroom apartments Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 eal
mobile home. Full bath sheetrock. CH8A fully equipped kitchen ft.A 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility : Equal of Your Income
2x6 floor joists, washer/dryer hookup. drapes. 7823531. New management. In both locations 473-3193 or'' Housing If You Qualify
hot water heater ceiling fan. $4800. Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF 4737683. leave message. 3/2 tfnchg
4/13TF MELROSE AREA 2 BR furnished mobile .
Eves 4733627. TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT: (may also
REMODELING SALE furniture, drapes, have 1 BR). children and elderly home. $190 month plus deposit. No
ceiling fans, pots A pans, dishes, welcome. Central heat and air. Off pets. 16846634. 3tpd 3/30.4/13 PressleyC0WART
clothes, fishing tackle, toys, tools, street parking. Best to call 964.8601 2 Bft COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin Lake. Career City College
barstools' more. 1 mile West of 301 on before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. 3/30TF Fish swim ski. $250 week. 4733856. I

Hwy. 18. Itpd 4/13 329 CENTER STREET: one BR apartment In 4tpd 4/6-27 .
SOFA. TABLE A CHAIR $150. Golf clubs duplex. Adults only. $200 mo., $100 LAKE COTTAGE by week $250. Spring
$25..9646213. Itchg 4/13 security. 4681115. 4tpd 41354Classified Lake Swim ski A fish. 473-3151.4tpd Picture yourself in a rewarding
EQUIPMENT TRAILER:16 ft. bed tandem 2 BEDROOM-1 BATH Concrete blockhouse Career TODAYWord
axle. Just rebuilt. $900 or trade. In Keystone just off Lake Air Conditioning
Ads Geneva. Call 4/13
9643696. Itpd 4/13 4753348.Itchg
SEVERAL ITEMS chandeliers Indoor and KEYSTONE AREA New MH for rent or Contractors Processing e 15-Week Word Processing

out lights, hardware 32" storm doors, Get Results! sale, furnished washer, dryer CH/alr _CA6027626_ Private Security Data Entry
electronic ports, 19hp Balms riding no pets or drugsJoridchild. First, last
lawn mower 5,000 wait generator, months rent, plus -deposit. 473-3397. I 964-8025 e Business Accounting Medical Assistant

survey transit vanities, many mar.Items. Itpd 4/13 .
2V4 miles South of Starke, 30 FOOT CAMPER with AC furnished
across from 301 Qulk Stop. 9643696. except cooking gas. Prefer single. $200 Serving Bradford County As easy as 1-.2 .3

Itpd 4/13 month. 473-2667. 2tchg 4/13-20 and surrounding counties
WATERFRONT 5798 Silver Sands Circle, Call TODAY
3-2 with 2 car garage, CHA, chain link for over IS,, years.

.fence, kitchen equipped. $500 plus 377-1464
17510253. 4/13 ,
security. Itpd
SMALL OFFICE SPACE near downtown..' .
5700 SW 34th Street Gainesville, FL 32608
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BuUdojeSseiSis / ; ,: : Homes Now taking applications for 1-2.3-4 bedroom units. Those all-
: ; L Mobile or t : electric units are spacious with lots of choset space and all have
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964-5823 .: !' -Well Drilling "Homel. I
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FLORIDA TWIN People once believe fruit from the cypress tree would tighten loose

tl Jr. veteran of World War II, and a teeth.
William Dowling, John D. McKinneyJohn member of the Bradford Lodge Starke 964-5451

William Q. Dowling. Jr., 73, of David "J.D. Cowboy F&AM. ? FOREMOSr. .it' P.lItE-/ .i:
Keystone Heights, died April 5 in McKinney, 53, of Starke died at his Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. 1 2.50 SPECIAL Sale
rl f%'j University Hospital of Augusta Ga., Crosby Lake home on Thursday Hazel Lee Ilillhousc, Silcox; two Sat. & Sun. 5:00 Showing C'f-r..) 1 .r.a t Prices
following an illness of several Apr. 6 following an extended illness. sons Willlnm I- -i 1 iriiMSilcox) :: "
weeks. Born Dec. 13, 1935: in Graham Mr. both of Starke; Uvu_._...., .:ns. Mel \.. Tuesday Showing to.f' ,.t:..'... .'.. ,wlCi Start
i Born July 22, 1915 in Jacksonville McKinney was a lifelong resident ol Garcia of Kingsley Lake and Mrs. ... 4/13
Mr. Dowling moved to Keystone in Bradford County. lie was a memberof Bertice Moncelli of Chicago. Closed Wed. & Thurs. Lt.VER>> J.JfJl:31- a ti' !
,, 1963 from Jacksonville. He was a Sampson City Church of God and Funeral services will be held Starts FrI.,April 14
member of Keystone United was disabled employed bv the Stateof Thursday, Apr. 13 at 11 a.m. at the
Methodist Church,Melrose Lodge It!) Florida as a light duty (truck ARchie Tanner Funeral Home of Sale Prices Good Mon.-Sat. Only
F&AM, former owner of one of driver. Starke with Rev. Jack Whitley of- LEAN ON MEIt's
Florida's largest firefighting equIp- Survivors include his wife Jean- ficiating. Burial will be In Kingsley
ment companies, attended the nie Mae Howard McKinney of Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner JACK CROWN CALVERT
University of Florida and was a Starke; his mother and stepfather, Funeral Home in charge of ar- the true storyof
member of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. Bonnie and William Bogle of rangements. DANIELS ROYAL EXTRA

Graham; his mother-in-law Lillie a real hero... (IEJH3I BLACK
Survivors include his wife, Cor-
A. Davis of Starke; six brothers,
nelia K. Dowling; two sons William Gene and Leonard McKinney of .
Q. Dowling III I of New York City and Ona, Fl., Horace of Tampa, Ottis, Card of ThanksThere I I e SCREEN TWO e
Donald R. Dowling of Chapin S.C.; Vincent and James McKinney all of '
and four grandchildren. Starke are not words to thank the A romantic comedy
; sisters Cassic Thorntonof
Funeral services were held April 7 Lutz, Carrie Fowler of Orlando, many friends and family membersfor 1 1399 1399 699LT
in Keystone United Methodist Margaret Wise of Tampa Emily their kind words,deeds) flowers, Oiances3O1
Church with Dr. Richard Albury of- Collins of Keystone Gloria Maddox and food during the loss of our son,
ficiating. Interment was in Keystone of Jewell Tx., and Roscnlec Thorn brother and father. R 7&J 750
Heights Cemetery under the direction ton of Raiford 14 nieces and 13 Our most sincere appreciation is
; extended to Steve F utch, his
of Jones Funeral Home. nephews. family 1m]
and staff for their
Raymond E. Hanks Funeral services were held in kindness, support and guidance. We JIM CANADIAN RELSKA
Sampson City Church of God on love all. 301 DRIVE-IN BEAM LORD VODKA
Raymond E. Hanks, 76, of the April 8 with Rev. Gene Bass ot- The Family of
Theressa area of Starke died Satur- ficiating. Interment was in Crosby Roy Wade Jackson Temporarily Closed CALVERT
day,Apr.8,at his home following an Lake Cemetery under the direction
extended illness. of Jones f'unerailiome.

Born Jan. 16, 1913 in Alton Kansas n r. .._- 99
Mr. Hanks moved to Theressain William Silcox TFN-B 1 299 1 299 6
Colorado. He
1963 from Lamar William "Bill" Silcox 67 of TULLER
was a member of Elks Lodge 1930 of Starke died early Monday morning
Moses Lake Wash., an Army Apr. 10, at his home following an ex- Chiropractic Center 1.75 1.75 LT R
Veteran of World War II, a retired tended illness.

supervisory construction engineer Born and raised in Starke, Mr Keystone Heights Office .IN HOUSE SPECIALS THIS WEEK:
with the U.S. Army Corps of Silcox was employed by StandardOil 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.
and owner/operator of
Engineers Company as a distributor in FLEISCHMANN'S VODKA 4.99 750
the 3 T Shop and Antiques in Starke. He also owned and operatedthe
Theressa from 1963-87. Silcox Standard Oil Station nextto 4737213PAIN OLD THOMPSON 5.99 750
Survivors include his wife, AgnesI. the Bradford Courthouse until his LAWSON CREEK VODKA OR GIN 5.99 LTR
Hanks; two daughters Tanya retirement. He was a Baptist a
Rogers of Amarillo,Tx.,and Yvonne CANADIAN HUNTER 8.99 LTR
Johnson of Gulfport Fl.; four sons CLUNY SCOTCH 6.99 .LTR

Dr.Mike Alan L. Hanks Hanks of of Lafayette Port Chester Ind.. Lady Bug Florist CONTROL INJURIES JAMES HARBOR 'RUM 5.99 LTR

N.Y., Michael L. Hanks and George .Headaches Work Related
Hanks both of Melrose; his sister 1005 S.Water St. .Sports
Orpha French of Lamar, Col.; 13 Starke,FL .Neck&Arm .Personal Now Playing .............................
Mid Back
grandchildren and 21 great- .Auto AccidentsDR.

grandchildren.Funeral services. were held Apr. 11 964-4956 &D'; :8.1 .Low Back&Leg + It fak Lamar Witt Band

in DeWitt Heights C. Jones, with Chapel Rev.of Friday and Saturday 9:00 p.m. tll 2:00: a.m.
and Rev. Cek&rate
Grayson McNeill Gal'yHeath Spring .
officiating. Interment was in
Eliam Cemetery at Melrose under With a gift CARE 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
of Jones Funeral
the direction
Starke 1 Mile North of Starke US 301
From Lao Bug ,, HOURS A DAY 7 on


Mrs. Vera D. Hewitt VqD Open: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m. 12 Mn.; Fri. 8t Sat. 9 a.m. 2:00: am.
Office Hours:
Mrs. Vera Dukes Hewitt, 82, of Sunday :00: p.m.11OC: p.m.
Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00 Sat. By Appointment
Lake Butler, died Saturday evening : : p.m.
in a Marianna hospital following a l -"'" J I
brief illness.
Mrs. Hewitt was a lifelong resi-
dent of Union County. She was
retired postmistress and a memberof .1, 41fJNANOW SERVING.
the Sardis Baptist Church. She
was widow of the late Russell TRumflirs mEflTHIBJ. mRRKE
Hewitt. sw Restaurant.
Survivors include two daughters IB HamptonFlorida 32011 & BUFFET

Corinne Douglas of Marianna and 463-1031 Ftote...HOURS.lot.."'.Hid. S'D u.umrr q.-. Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine i
Shirley J. Jackson of Yulee; two -Frld.y is syto nwr. '
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N.ISrk lo cht 3im tapr-n. 1900 fJ Temple! SlarVe. Florida 32091
sisters Avis Cox and Aletha Clyatt Mond.-Fnid. ,
of Lake Butler; three brothers Des- WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS' lurtjrs ,l1-P..: y TO-RENA MOTEL LUNCH
mond and Cyril both of Lake Butler '
and Garnet Dukes of Worthington For reservations or take out orders call: 964-7681

Springs; 8 grandchildren and 11 ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS$4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
greatgrandchildren.Funeral Choice or'/b..Dclmonlco,Ribeyo Choice of Subs Dctmonlco.Ribeyeor
services were held orT Bono steak TBonetteakJ.5lbs. : CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00
Wednesday at Sardis Baptist Church 3/lbu/ Cuba steaks End Oil Pork Chops
with Rev. P.R. Graham officiating. 6/lbl. All Meal Paldel5lbs. lobs/ All Meal Weiwn
End Oil fork Chops Mb*. All Meat Panics
Burial will be in the Elzey Chapel
3/lb Chicken Thighs or Wlnlll MdayNfgITrdayALL
Cemetery under the direction of Ar- 5/lbu Chicken Thighs! Wings
All Meul WelncttOwlet
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. 5/lbs. Choice of SJll>blll)',Chuck wagon or
or Pepper.Onion orSalisbury Hamburger Steaks. YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $7.95; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $3.95

Steaks $6499 $4999 CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00

William E. Lahn Our Buffet Consists of More.Than 15 Delicious Items

William Emil Lahn 83, of Hampton Tuesday-Friday:Lunch 11 a.m.til 2:30 pm;Dinner 4:30 pm til 9:30
died 10 In Alachua CLOSED
MondaYi Apr. 430 til 930 Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30
General following an ex- pm.Saturday pm pm.Sunday : pm;
Choice ofChuckwigon or Subs/ CubeSleaks I ON MONDAY
tended illness. ...bujger Steaks 3/lbs./ End Cut Pork Chops Dinner 430 pm til 9 pm
Born Feb. 22, 1906, In Jabs/ B D Q.Beer Rib dub,. All Meal Patios
Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. Lahn movedto labs Chicken Dnimiricksin labs/ CMckenThilhsorWIngs"
Hampton in 1973. He was a *. All Meat Women. tubs/ French Fries
member of First Christian Church in labs French Fries -
Hampton, a retired specifications .
engineer for the Linear Corporation, $2999 63499 it- #- -
and a member of Senior Citizens

Club of Bradford County. ,
Survivors Include two daughters,
Janet Flythe of Starke and Barbara
Ann Shippey of Roselle Park, N.J.; 3/lbs. Ribeye Steaks WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
five grandchildren and 14 great 3/lbs. Cube)Steaks 5/Ibs. HaanbosgerSteaks
grandchildren.Graveside 4/lbs. Ground Beer labs All Meal Welnen
funeral services will be Silks B 8.Q.Beer RIbsDmp' lobs Chicken TWjM.! or Legs Farm & Garden
tuba French Frie.BroMm
3/lbi. Smoked Sausage
held Thursday, Apr 13 at 11 a.m. tuba Bacon ;u >
lnba French Fries3l1b
with Minister Keith Walden of '
ficiating. Interment was in Crosby tubBreakfast. Neck Bones Bacon J49626O3
Lake Cemetery under the directionof
Jones Funeral Home: of Starke. $4999 $2499
Hwy 121 North Worthington Springs


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