Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01546
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01546
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stationary front over central Georgia and Alabama will bring( only Fair R.iult. . .. . .10-12A
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Slightly cooler temperatures near 60 Friday morning will warm St.., Show. . . . . .1.1 P
back up to the mid 80s in the afternoon, with scattered thunderSwln*Show. . . . I.7.UB

showers likely. Nlblack R.ilgnt. . . . .28Ncwl
Rainfall in Starke last Thursday and Friday measured .55 inches. Brl.l. . . . .'.58
Total for April) to date in Starke is 1.70. KH Tonnls Tournoy . 1.8B
Sunrise this morning was at 6:58: and will set at 8:00: day length Ar.aD.olhi. . . V.IOB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side I of Heaven
is 13h 02m. KH Softball. . 1IBCla
The moon will be full tonight at 10:13: p.m. ..lll.di . . . 12-158 109th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
40th Issue Thursday, April 20. 1989 USPS 062-700

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Worth Paving Rules

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The Bradford County Bookmobilewill i f
out of service through April 24,
due to changing over from the old .q / ,

Bookmobile to the new Bookmobile. ,, SID Workshop

BHS Alumni... .-.

BUS alumni regular monthly Q by Buster Rahn PUD's Removed...
meeting will be Monday, April 24, BCT Staff Writer
at the Western Steer Steakhouse. Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal The meeting began at 7 p.m., and
Dutch treat dinner at 6 p.m., chaired a workshop on the proposed moved along with agreements to
followed by the business meetingand subdivision ordinance Monday, remove PUDs (Planned Unit
a guest speaker at 6:30: p.m. April 17, but adjourned the meetingat Developments) from the proposal,
9:30: p.m.when the discussion since they are already controlled in
FAD Meeting... bogged down on the requirementthat zoning regulations. PUDs have a
developers pave streets before minimum of 20 acres and contain a
Families Against Drugs (FAD) the county will accept the subdivi- mixture of commercial and residen-
will meet at 7:15: Tuesday, April 25 tial buildings.Lot .

at the Vo-Tech Library. The topicof ,.....,--', .r sion.Another public workshop is set at 7
discussion will be the plans for Demensions...
II p.m. Monday, May 15, in the com-
Red Ribbon Week, which will be mission meeting room in the cour- The proposal requires lot sizes to
held May 714.Interested thouse. be no more than twice as long as it is
citizens are encouraged Bradford County commissioners wide. Courtnay said the ratio rule is
to attend. Call Judy Becker, Ph. contracted with the North Central unreasonable, citing one acre lots as
782-3502. 1 Florida Regional Planning Council being 100 feet by 400 feet. "People
about three months ago to draw a don't want to pay for more than 100
Canova Banquet... 'V new ordinance governing subdivi- foot frontage, so why designate
Tickets for "This is your Life" ; sions. Senior Planner Lowell Garrett width to length?" Courtnay asked.
program and banquet, honoringMrs. j distributed the first draft of the pro-- Garrett said the ratio was put into
L.A. (Mona) Canova, are on posed ordinance prior to the first the proposal to prohibit long narrow
workshop in March. configurations. He indicated
sale at Mitchell's Drug Store
Stump's Department Store, Merle developers may be tempted to crowd
The ..
Norman's, Chamber of Commerceand Opposition. more lots into a limited space by
Chasteen's. Local builder and developer War- making them long and narrow.
Tickets for the steak dinner and ren Stevenson says the proposed or- County Surveyor Pat Welch said,
program are priced at $12.50 each.It dinance goes too far m requiring "Lake lots cannot be held to the
will be held at the Armory on paved roads, curb and gutter in an ratio. Some of the lots in the
Edwards Road, 7:30: p.m., Satur- approved and platted subdivision. Lakewood Subdivision have lots 100x
Stevenson took the lead in opposing 800 feet because of the low lying
day, Apri129.
certain sections of the proposal, and land between ,the road and the
Free Day Care... distributed a written outline of his homes." -
opposition to other builders and Zoning Board' members Larry
Free day care is available for 3 realtors in the county. In the Mon- Paterson, Frank:' Sheffield and D.J.
and 4 year olds, whose families day night meeting, Stevenson again Phillips discussed the issue and
qualify. Contact Robin Lee at the represented builders and realtors recommended the deletion of the
Bradford County School Board Of- .w before the zoning board, O'Neal and ratio guideline i will be deleted it
fice, ph. 964-6800. Garrett. was decided.
Commissioners Maxie Carter, Jr.
Learn to Read... and Joe Riddick were in the au- Set Aside Rules...

If you know and adult who wantsto + 1. dience, but did not take leadership A proposal to set aside land for infrastructure

learn to read, or if you want to -.yvit 1' J positions in the workshop. who easements,
According to was
help someone learn to read, contact playgrounds, etc., set off a discus-
Librarian Sue Crum at the Library, ... supported by Keystone Heights sion, with developers saying it
.. Jack local
or call the Bradford County --> Another Crosley Iri'ention.; .. .,!|\< .... developer developers prefer to Courtnay continue, under "smacks" of confiscation by the

Library at 964-6400. Kirby Crosley (at left) Is showing his company's' Bottom left, a close up of the revolutionary blade, the old subdivision ordinance, in state.County Attorney Reggie Flynn

Learn a Trade... latest invention, a safer lawnmower blade, showing the flexible wire cutting element. Bottom which subdivisions are platted with said, "I think it should remain in the
demonstrated to the news media April 13. Two T.V. right: Gilbert Crosley demonstrates the blade did not "private" (unpaved) roads, or ordinance."
The Job Training PartnershipAct news teams (Channel 17, Jacksonville and Channel 20, Injure his foot by sticking his shoe under the mower. sometimes dedicated to homeowner Commissioner Riddick said, "I
(JTPA) will send you to schoolat Gainesville) and several newspapers were present for Crosley doesn't advise sticking a bare hand or foot organizations that collect a minimal don't think all of it should come out
Center if ___ the, blade however., amount each for road
the Vocational you the demonstration under' "n n. '. n year (of the ordinance)."
qualify. maintenance, but rarely enough to
Garrett said the proposal providesfor

There Vehicle are and openings Driving in Commercial New Blade Won't Cut You Cuts Grass pave Realtors roads.joined with developers in easements and other for public utilities purposes, rightsofway but-

Cosmetology, Clerical Welding, saying Bradford residents cannot afford not transfer of title.
in subdivisions with
Heavy Equipment. and Hor- A revolutionary new design for a lawn mower blade the area during the testing phase,and has an old pair of to streets.buy lots In the first Courtnay said the proposal should I
ticulture.For paved
shoes with badly tattered surfaces from showing how workshop contain standards to keep the county
further information contactMs. has been developed at the Crosley Company, south of Developer Ronnie Newman said
the wires are deflected by the shoe without injury to from taking property from owners.
Starke U.S. 301.
Velma Mtchell at the local Job on most home buyers in Bradford Coun-
Service Office 964-8092. A manufacturer of highway trailers, owners Kirby the foot inside. only$8,000 for a lot,which
ty can pay
19" 22" Talks...
Crosley and his father, Gilbert have developed what The present design will fit from a to cutting cost about$100 month amortizedover Pacing Bogs
Free Day Care... they think will be a safe and practical blade for rotary width mower. The disc is 13" in diameter, with three 10 years. per About 9 p.m.,the discussion reach-
wire elements attached. The wires are easily "
lawn mowers. cutting ed "stree paving in subdivisions,
is faced with subdivi-
Free day care for 3-4 year olds is Injuries from rotary lawnmowers are commonplace, replaced, and of different lengths for the different cut- sions The county growing with unpaved and for the next 30 minutes everyone
available in most private pre- and this design is expected to eliminate most of the ting widths. roads then residents up want the roads present discussed his or her idea of
schools In Starke. For more Infor- hazards of rotary mowers.A Prices for the new blades will be comparable to the what should be done, with no two
for maintenance by the
mation, call Robin Lee at Bradford flexible wire does the cutting. It is threaded onto price of a new bar blade, said Kirby and will last much county.accepted The county's position is now persons agreeing on any one pro-
School Board Office, ph. 964-6800. the edge of a rotating disc, and is loose enough to flex longer. Only the wire elements need replacing occa- that it won't accept subdivision posal.
without damage when it strikes an object such as a sionally.
Square Dance... foot, pine cone, pebble or stone,and will not hurl the ob- "About $10 to dealers and maybe $15 retail," Kirby roads roads are for paved maintenance to county unless specifications. the- May 15 Meet Set...
Plus Level square dance instruc- ject to injure a bystander.The said, for the blade, and a package of wire elements will O'Neal adjourned the meeting,
tion is available each second and wire is of special design, "hard enough to cut cost about $2 to $2.50 per dozen. O'Neal said Tuesday that two with the issue far from settled. The
fourth Tuesday in the Kingsley without breaking but flexible enough to prevent The disc accomodates three elements at a time. realtors in the county understandthe next workshop will be held Monday,
Lake Civic Center, from 8-10 p.m., injury," said Kirby.A Although three are used, even one will do a good job of improvement in resale values May 15, at 7 p.m. in the Courthouse.
lot of research and testing went into the develop- cutting grass, they said. O'Neal said the zoning board will
with Ken Perez, caller. For additional and the ease with which a home on a
information call 964-7955. ment of the proper kind of wire for the job. A wire too The disc will have up to 12 the(four elements.sets of As three one each hole) paved road can be sold, and do not monitor the workshops and publicSee
and wire too perforations for attaching
soft bends when impacting an object, a
hard and brittle will break upon repeated impacts. wears, the elements can be shifted to a new set of holes, object streets.to requiring developers to ( Paving..P.2A)

Gilbert_Crosley was seen mowing lawns throughout thereby extending the life of the disc. pave
Employers Wanted...

Worker ticipate Employers Program.The in the ate Title.wanted III Dislocated to par- Rill Weldon Takes Over All City Utilities, Dees Retires i iL4e1 II

Job Training Partnership mr I
Act (JTPA) will fund on-the-job Prior to 1981, city employees earn- Dees returned to city employmentin teach a seminar in Key West on the
training positions for the long term by Buster Rahn ed one month sick leave for each 1976 as Superintendent of Utilities, state power grid system.
unemployed.For BCT Staff Writer year of service, up to ten years. and continued in the position for four Weldon lives in Alachua County
further information call San- Bill Weldon, electrical systems Employees could either stay under years.In and commutes to Starke. His wife is
dra Demps in Lake City, at ((904)) director for Starke,retained his pre- the old plan to convert to a new planin 1980, Dees moved into City Hallas employed in Gainesville at the
758-0433 in the Florida Departmentof sent duties and assumed the dutiesof 1981. Acting Director of Utilities, University of Florida, and they havea
Labor office.Downtown. Public Works Director a position The new plan, very similar to the where he continued until his recent son living at home, attending UF.
formerly held by Merrell Dees. plan under which state employeesare retirement, with the title of Public The Weldons have not ruled out
Weldon's new title will be, "Opera covered, allows employees to ac- Works Director. moving to Starke, but this doesn't
tions Manager and Utilities Direc- cumulate sick leave each month, seem to be the time, Weldon said.
tor." The position approved by the which may be converted to cash Bill Weldon....
Starke council Tuesday, April 18, when they leave city employment.Older Bill Weldon came out of retire- The Appointment...
Jubilee... makes Weldon the most powerful ap- employees: opted to keep the ment from the Gainesville Electric Commissioner Charles Schaefer
pointed official in the city, having old plan, while younger employeeswent Department In January 1984, to reported the Dees' retirement and
Downtown merchants are plann- supervisory authority over every ci- with the new plan. supervise Starke's interconnectionwith Weldon's temporary appointment to
ing the "Downtown RenovationJubilee" ty employee, except elected of- City Clerk Neil Tucker said abouta the state electrical grid. the position by the mayor.
Saturday, May ficials. Job responsibilities include dozen workers are covered
city had
assumed Bobby Biggs
he Mayor
activity will include an arts of director for the ci- ,under the old Starke has about The year supervision
those plan.
personnel; of the line crew and distribu- Weldon April 11 to fill the vacancy
and crafts show. individual Interested ty, providing his office with input In- 100 employees.Dees tion system, which had been under t until the council met on April 18. +i'
Any organization or in the to hiring and firing procedures. began with the city in 1953, Dees' supervision. Weldon was then After a brief discussion, in which
in participating
working as a mechanic-operator in
craft show, please con- in charge of the entire city electrical commissioners Vernon Silcox, Ed
jubilee or Dees Retires... the Electric Department. Three Travis Wood extolled
tact Glenda Epps, ph. 964-4151, or Merrell Dees retired, effective years later, in 1956, Dees was promoted system.Weldon worked for the Gainesville j[ Weldon for his job performance,
Carolyn Autry, ph. 964-7810. April 11, with 27 years service on the to Superintendent of the Electrical System for 27.5 years, Schaefer moved to make the tem-
Free booth rental. city payroll.Under Power Plant. In 1965, he became
an option he elected in 1981, Director of Utilities, holding the title from which he retired in August, porary appointment .permanent
Rec News... 1979, with the title "Chief System combining the two jobs.In
available Dees for two
and since no longer years.In the discussion period, Mayor
The Starke Recreation Depart- went on medical retirement, and 1967, Dees left the city to enter Load Gainesville Dispatcher.when He it was entered workingfor the Biggs said he had a problem with
ment announces the following( : will receive percent of his salaryfor private business and for the next invaluable Weldon appointing PurchasingSee
Anyone interested in keeping until November, at which time he nine years he operated a motor state grid, gaining the ex- Bill Weldon
score for baseball and Softball will attain age 62, and formally rewinding shop and was a partner in perience. After getting Starke on ( Weldon..P.2A)
allowed him
to .
fathers Mora lUiponiibillty
and grid city G t
games please contact the Recrea- retire. Pinehurst Grocery Laundry.
ph. 964-6792. ,ij,
tion Department

Upcoming.Public meetings.. scheduled in the Portable Units Proposed to Solve County's Jail ProblemPortable :. I

coming Bradford weeks County are: Zoning Board modular jail units built Starke business district "for public units To the present jail won't d any Muton, who has been dealing with Present for tile meeting were
Is slated for Tuesday in 8-by-20 foot sections that can be viewing.The units are made of steel. good, because the county is under the Bradford County Eonomic members of the Bradford County \
meeting hauled on a semi-trailer are being Muton the owner from the Department of Development Corporation (EDC, Development Authority, the
In Starke lty Roy company pressure
April 25, at Tp m.,
of the Chamber of Economic Development Authority,
Hall, followed by the Board of Ad- proposed for Bradford County by aLoulsanabased says the units can be built to range Corrections to build a new jail at a which is an arm
firm also desiring to from proof maxium security different site. Plus, commissionershave Commerce, about locating a city council, and county commission.
justment. escape in the SR-100 In- Persons present were Dr. Ber-
establish finishmanufacturingand residents that distribution point
a promised city
is cells
Board to dormitory.
Starke Zing meeting an open
scheduled for Thursday, April 27, distribution point here. County commissioner Maxie the county will vacate the current dustrial park, presented his pro- nie McFadden of SFCC, County
at 7 p.m., followed by the City To that end, Prison System, Inc. Carter told Muton the county is jail on west Pratt Street, west of posal to a group of local citizens Commissioner Maxie Carter. Coun-
Board of Adjustment. plans to truck one unit here April 26 under the gun to build an entire new l1S-3011 within three years, Carterpointed Monday morning in the board of the (See Jail..P.2A) I
to be placed somewhere in the jail.Adding one, two or three 84; >y-20 out. SFCC Andrews Center.

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Board Members Flear I


Requests at BUS

Meeting in the High School Media and determine its safety.A .
Center Monday night, April 17 the three year plan to upgrade the
School Board heard requests from library, requesting about $20,000 for
the staff and faculty for items to In- each year, to allow discarding about
clude in the upcoming 1989-90 school half the older volumes. More than v
budget. half the books on hand are over 20 t )
Several light construction projectswere years old.
outlined including additional The music department requests 60
covered walkways, enclosing rooms new chairs for the band room and 60 r :
in the Math Department, adding chairs for the chorus room. Posture
partitions and/or exits at the Special chairs are needed to enhance proper -
Education wing, widening sidewalksin breathing points out Don Hardy, '
front and back of the main Choral Director. Hardy pointed out ?
building, and adding benches under the deficiencies of the chorus room, rw :
the covered walkways. and requests that it be reworked, J ?
Adequate parking continues to bea providing private soundproof prac- "' ;
problem. Making Adkins street a tice booths in addition to soundproof
one way street, entering fromUS3ot ing the ceiling, doors and windows. I t,
and changing to angle park- Five of the six sides of the room ff 1r r .
ing to accomodate more cars is one admit noises, he says and sound-
plan. Washington Street could also proofing is basic to a good choral : .: ,
be included in this plan. The area facility.Acoustics. ....... ., 1.' .
along the west side of the football in the auditorium are ::::"0'
stadium should be developed for poor. Hardy recommends hanging
parking, and speed breaks added to sound absorbing panels to dampen I I WI
Lake Adkins and Washingtonstreets. echoes. Stage lighting is also not the L _
best, he says. Lights could be Jerome Johns
Telephone and intercom hookupsare relocated for more effective stage Congratulated... Kerry Rowell Congratulated... I

needed at the special education lighting. Community State Bank President Jerome Johns, left Is congratulated Florida National Bank at Starke President Kerry Rowell right. Is con-
section, field house, gym and ROTC Superintendent Duncan explainedthat by EDC President Richard Welly for the bank's donation to the second gratulated by EDC President Richard Welty for the bank's donation to
building. about phase of the Economic Development Program. the second phase of the Economic Development Program.
Additional toilet facilities at the $25,000 of the money

with football a blacktop stadium surface are needed behind, along the fire cent allocated code auditorium to acoustics renovation during went the re-to Banks Kick-off EDC EffortBoth I

classes stadium for physical education the problem requirements with acoustics and that largely left Fundraising
on rainy days, outside the unaddressed.The .
gym.Is -
the stadium itself safe? A question board made no committmentsat Community State Bank and Starke and Bradford County." During the month of May, phase alrady operating there. In addition,
has arisen about the structure this meeting, but will look at all Florida National Bank provided an The Economic Development Cor- two will focus on attracting new it has been able to attract an interna-
being unsafe. The board architectwill requests during the upcoming example by pledging $30,000 each poration was created over two years members to increase the base. l tional firm, KAMI of Germany, that
be asked to study the structure budget process later this summer. over the next three years for the ago. The first fund raising campaign Chairman of the drive Is Med Con- has opened its distribution center
Economic Development Program of raised $293,000 to create the program nelly (retired Kraft Cheese ex- and plans to construct a manufac-
Bradford County, and provided resources for the ecutive) with assistance of cochairman turing plant in the park in 1990.
Portable Jerome Johns, president of CSB, first three years. Job E. White, CPA with Currently, four other projects are
I : Jails. and Kerry Rowell,president of FNB This second phase fund raising C.R. Smith, and Terry Vaughn, the In negotiations. One, Prison
at Starke announced their renewal campaign is to,provide continuationof voice of WEAG AMFM.In Systems, Inc, a manufacturer of
.. .. pledges at the Kick Off Breakfast for the
rau economic development program its first ot modular Jail cells has been the focus
the Second Phase Fund Raising for years four five and six. Economic years operations, the of attention this past week in its efforts
sioner Vernon Silcox, EDC modules, can be 8 individual cells Campaign Tuesday morning The goal is 300000. has been Development Corporation to provide some of their units to
Secretary Ingrid Smith, School Supt. with 40 square feet per cell, or to 4 Presidents Johns and Rowell ex- The first phase will be renewals of Park successful in getting Enterprise relieve the overcrowding problem in
Jim Duncan, EDC Director Chuck cells with 80 feets. pressed their commitment to the the original(63 members. open and three firms the Bradford County jail.Pavin .
McKeown, Richard Welty, Wiley They are built of 16-guage zinc future economic wellbeing of the
Clark Med Connally Jerome Johns, plated, heat treated,and continusou- community. They stated they were I
and Chuck Rowell. ly arc welded steel. The basic pleased at the "return on invest- ... pace 1A

Carter said the two groups could talk module is manufactured in Korea ment" of their initial commitmentas hearings, and will make recommen- dations, and may alter the recom- Board will hold public hearings on
further when the unit is brought to and arrive here 80 percent complete. demonstrated by the accomplishments dations to the county commissioners mendation, offer additional the issue, giving everyone an oppor-
Starke. Muton offered a reduced In the U.S., the electrical, plumb- resulting from the concerning the proposed ordinance. language and/or change the contentof tunity to express an opinion. Commissioners I
price if his company locates in the ing, and air-conditioning is added. progressive, professional program County commissioners are not the final document. hope to finalize the or-
industrial park. This is the operation Muton would to increase jobs in Bradford County, bound by Zoning Board recommen- The Bradford County Zoning dinance at its July meeting.
Muton, however, stayed over and like to locate in the Bradford in- Bradford County Economic _I
has been working up a new deal dustrial Development Corporation President
which he was to present to the coun- park. Muton envisions Richard E. Welty, thanked Johns
ty commission at its mid-month with employing 25 to 30 people initially and Rowell,and their organizations,
meeting Wednesday night, April 19. more added as teams are for their continued support of the
assembled to deliver and -
Muton proposed the 8-by-20 unit be finished set up the program. Welty said, "ft is our hope
set in four units. The units can be that your commitment and pledged
up rooms of 40 Square feet stacked three stories. rtHES
each and that eight inmates, two to a contribution will serve as an exam
cell, be housed. Such a unit would Muton made it clear Monday he'd ple of community leadership thus
sell for $139,000, or for $17,375 per like to locate here, especially if a setting the example for all of the
deal can be worked out to built a jail business and professional people of '
bed.The 320 square foot units or for Bradford County AT FLORIDA'S '

I Denmark Charges- City., With Cover-uD LIQUOR PRICES K6WTHUR. LEADER !

by Buster Rahn employees as city workers do the with Moore than could have been obtained APRL 20tH.THRO. .
BCT Staff Writer paving.. otherwise and received more ,
Ron Denmark, who has been a The city, supported by Ruckman, miles of paving for the same dollars fWEP.
thorn in the side of the Starke Coun- contends it got a much better deal Cover-Un.! a ,, ..APRi 26fi k' ." ,
See... .. p,.. a* g" :r''I'I',': v..+.nimata '
cil for the past few months was first -- -c---------- -
on the agenda Tuesday April 18, and LA eV1A
again upbraided the council on its h1.IN i rt G99 3yaa

bidding When procedures Denmark and wasn't practices.on the :w. ,Mn s X99 w::4i M

council's case, he was lambasting
City Engineer Don Ruckman for YOUR irra of SE"O"

defending city practices. iT1 .r 5.99 1.00 ,, pVN Creatr ,,,5
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said both Jacksonville and t s el.w'a oao 7 9y -a'st
Lakeland award bids on an hourly 1
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basis, as does Jacksonville Electric let Z3.ie "'
(JEA). Denmark read -
Authority excerpts p1EISCHMANrys Slolichnaya i' '"
from letters he received from GIN eo voeka Ilelil -
VODKA ?rn"so
the two cities and JEA, denying rw.a ""U1H, /0 fAN 1Ofy 99 +. UtRI L r'.
either of the three award hourly rate 1199 ? 1 999 naSASE

bids.Not only did Denmark refute con- c % j
SFIRIMP Booth's 90 Gin. 7.99 MM
tract procedures he attempted);? to In-
troduce a grand Jury investigation of Beefeater 94* Imported Gin Tat ML 9.95 in.oo .

JEA while Ruckman was on the Bacardi GOLD REWRVE Rum......IU ML 1 0.95 M.TS -..,. k' '

board of directors. Castillo:x'IC: w Rum a wi n ill trns 1 1.99 71.00 / "" vFLEISiN11Aej
Mayor Bobby Biggs called a halt
to Denmark's address after eight SCAMPI! Gordon's 80* Vodka E53! ......um 6.99 SIM
minutes, saying, "You only asked Taaka 80 Vodka or Gin utunn 9.99 UM ciN -
for five minutes, and your time is
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Denmark told the council, "I'll not 16 Delicious Lightly Seasoned, I e / / t tt 1 "Y ,u

be back after but !
tonight you may cArroiu BAILEYS
not be through with me." Peeled and Baked Shrimp. SCHNAPPS 11tAN Irish. Cream /
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city entered into with Contractor Beam Trove Amaretto........7W ML 6.95 ti.ts Jroo

Leonard Moore, in which the city $4.99CaptainDS Copa De Oro COfFEE LIQUEUR 7bO ML 7.99 .00Midori ,
leased Moore Construction's ;
paving ....... -
Melon Liqueur. .7s/ ML 8f.99io ooSalignuc
equipment and hired Moore and his
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Agent Jerry Wadsworth to fill in for
him during his absence. Mayor Old Charier 7 YEAR oto............rsa ML 7.99 1119 ,\; J

Biggs said utilities employees had George Dkkel) #8 Black 1.7J urn 17.99 to*.M iP: rn w el 1 7vu ra7rw

related to him that Wadsworth" Canadian Majesty....,,..........._urar 6.99 1100 .. ....
"spied on them and took notes.
Several utilities employees attended Black Velvet Canadianj ....t17ei 7,99e.0/ 1t ":T.rBUSCH: -
the council meeting to listen to Mrfnfinlrli MINDED miMKEVt75UTCT 10.99 tlOO I 3
the discussion relating to IIwatlill8Nalutalv"
Wadsworth being assigned to fill in .:7 Best
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Weldon said he had a choice of .'l.\"' IXVER Cll ,j Iedjes ,,(V! I.MK c:_, .taut 'A"
department heads to sub for him, ffOUSt 439 ru: 865 111m: 699
Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin 1111.rw7w r Rx1 101i
and Purchasing Agent Jerry lit "tnw. 1499 sat. 1599 ? !'' aE, 1 tvo2Q Old Style
Wadsworth.He chose the latter,who
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Commissioner Wall said: "I have Johnnie Walker Red...........'.71U111123.99141.. 261O 191 'c'?tu7S
second thoughts about Wadsworth.I've Seafood
been through his (personnel) A TO Uie 100% Cholesterol -: Cot 45ice.
file and I don't find any qualifications Free Vegetable Shortening
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covered for one day, "He is not the ALLYOUCANEATCountrystyle ..... 109
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Biggs The discussion asking Weldon ended to with talk Mayor to a ,p R kxm Qnly $3.99 $229 Clamato & Beefamrtoa. v .. rwas7 1,49 .a.., o1lE, .wrR c.sT

number of people In the city and Holland House mcRYAatKRC.-_..m ML 1.59 Oi1 7s 41116" y
prepare an acceptable plan for [ -III II .
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April 20, 1989 TELEGRAPH Page 3A

I Bradford Must Monitor Test Wells Here, ':

by Joe Glssy Individual meetingS with the three collected separately by BCT Staff Writer counties will be set up to establish collectors. Wastes would con- Douglas, Home Demonstration
Bradford County must monitor compliance with existing consent tinue to go to the landfill and would make each
test wells at the main landfill and orders.A recyclables would be taken to the county tension office a solid waste I
provide surface water runoff construction permit application Ellerbee Curve landfill site where a information center, and would require '
management at the main county from the association is needed by conveyor belt will be set up and fur the hiring of an adjunct extension
landfill on SR-100() to get an extensionon June first,and an application for the ther separations made by hand pick- agent to coordinate the
t its operating consent order until a complete installation is needed by ing from the conveyor.'Aluminum and a part time employee program in
'. ., new landfill Is established. SeRtember 1, Fitzsimmons said. is the most valuable each county.
Mike Fitzsimmons,Department of The reason we are on the fast and the market is good" Darabjsaid.
r . Environmental Regulation track" said Fitzsimmons is that "Glass has value only if
., : :,:,}, .." Jacksonville, discussed the requests, the Department DER) !is being separated by color, green, amber or get"Extension the professionals could
;. : for extensions of the consent orders criticized for things it has not done in white. The market for newsprint is would on job immediately, and they
\, ," \ under which the three counties of the past, and Is attempting to speedup soft,"he says, and cardboard can be the have the entire resources of
Bradford, Baker and Union, and the compliance with new regulationson marketed if in bales and is stored un- disposal University" of Florida at their
Sweat said.
\ Department of Corrections facilities landfills. til a quantity Is collected. timely information would and be

i within those counties are now available from trained
Opposition Continues... people in
Taylor and Putnam
r operating landfills. counties will each county, he said.
These entities have joined Residents near Ellerbee Curve, in cooperate, Darabi says. They
together and formed the New River Union County, the site chosen for a already have conveyor separation Landfill Progress...
Solid Waste Association, a regional regional facility, are opposed to that systems in use and markets results
Preliminary from
coalition for the disposal of solid location, and are hoping a private established. hydrology and geology studies the
wastes generated in the region. A company will set up a landfill near conducted at the Ellerbee
regular meeting of the associationwas Baldwin, in Duval county,which will Education... landfill site show an curve
held at the Bradford County take wastes from the association."An A comprehensive program of layer of clay about four Impervious feet
The Top Chicken.. courthouse, Tuesday, April 11. application has not been educating the public regarding solid the surface, said Darabi. under
Tommy Edwards holds hU grand champion rooster,a White Japanese, The consent orders under whichall received from any private company waste recycling, disposal and waste
' which won Best of Show honors in the Poultry Show. It Is Edwards' second the members of the associationnow regarding locating. a landfill reduction, to be handled by the Extension
win. lie won last time with a Black Rose Comb rooster. Making the operate landfills'are due to expire anywhere in "the 20 county North Service of the University of This is good for the landfill itself,
presentation to Edwards is wife, LeRoyce, the show director. between May and August, and Florida area, said Fitzsimmons, Florida, would cost the association he says, but is not good as a borrow
extensions are being requested untila responding to a question from Doug about $84,000 per year, or $7,000 per pit for daily cover material for the
regional landfill can be in Wilkinson, resident near the month.
put wastes to be buried in the landfill. It
operation in the fall of 1990. Ellerbee curve landfill location. is probable that another source for
I Edwards Current landfills are not being Extending the consent orders As outlined by Baker County cover material will have to be
1st in in depends on an active plan to developa Mike Sweat, for
PoultryA operated compliance with current Agent speaking located, a borrow pit opened, and
legal facility, and cannot be Issued
law, but are allowed to continue while county agents Bobby Taylor and dirt hauled to the landfill for cover,
under the consent orders pending waiting for a private facility in Jacque Breman, Bradford and said Darbi.
White Japanese rooster owned Ernest Grider of Starke won 1 blue opening of a facility that meets preliminary planning stages to open,
by Tommy Edwards of the Diamond and 1 red ribbon. stricter current standards. Fitzsimmons indicated.
E Ranch on SR-229 near Raiford, Jeremy Hildebrand of Starke won "You must show a good faith ef- K > ii tCE i'p P .
was awarded the top poultry prize in a white ribbon. fort in basic compliance with the Recycling... aisle
the poultry judging at the Bradford Naomi Plympton of Starke won a current consent orders before we In an attempt to get recycling
County Fair last week. blue ribbon and a red ribbon. will be willing to enter into a second under way by July, in the region ipgeloil o. 1
This is Edwards second straight Travis Nelson of Starke won a consent order," said Fitzsimmons. Association Engineer Frank Darabi ', t9
win. Last year winning chicken wasa white ribbon. Specifically, he mentioned that recommends that all recyclables be l j
Black Rose Comb rooster. Cynthia Grider won 1 red ribbon,3 ground water monitoring re- co-mingled in one container that ISI
The Neatness and Cleanliness white ribbons. quirements are not being met by clean glass, aluminum, cardboardand 7
Award was won by Heather Adam Moseley won a white rib- some counties. Groundwater newsprint; and all other wastesbe to ,. r c ,tio1
Williams of Starke. bon. monitoring wells must be sampled put in a second container.
Diamond E Ranch had the most and tested quarterly at all landfills, Educating the public as to what is I
entries, winning 6 blue ribbons,3 red Dwayne Tennant of Starke won a a storm water management plan required and getting them to make _.
ribbons and 1 white ribbon among red ribbon and a white ribbon. must be in place, and since all cur- even the two separations will be task ..
the 42 entries. Lisa Grider of Starke won a red rent landfills are due to close soon, enough. I
Heather Williams of Starke won 2 and a white ribbon. they should be filled and levelled to "Two bags for wastes are better .
blue ribbons, 2 red ribbons, and 1 red James ribbon.Watkins of Lawtey won a the proper gradient now so that that six bags," says Darabi.
white. closure can be approved without a The two containers would then be 't 1'L
Charmin Wiggins of Starke won 3 blue Shanda Murrow of Starke won a lot of dirt hauling and grading and taken to the solid waste collection J
red ribbons and 1 white. ribbon. filling being necessary later. points! and deposited separately, or .;

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than could been done under a bid- Denmark replied, saying, "We Denmark'said, "Something Is be- number of hours worked, and must
ding procedure. The city has spent don't do hourly work." ing covered up here." accept time turned in by the contrac-
some $400,000 to pave 14 miles of Schaefer said Moore submittedthe Following the council meeting, tor.No :
streets, and is not through yet. low bid and was awarded the Denmark told The Telegraph city means by which the city can _:D i.. ..
City Attorney Terence Brown says contract. "It cost the city $5,000 to bidding practices are wrong for the know the cost of a project until after "
the city has broken no laws in awar- bid the contract to suit Denmark," following reasons: all the work has been performed and
ding contracts for paving or extending Schaefer said.Commissioner. Open-end contracts, based on billed for.Each .' Harvest...
water! and sewer lines. Silcox said, "Ron, hourly rates; no one knows the total time Denmark has appeared Sheriff Kenneth Etberldge Cat right and Chief Deputy Pat Henry examine
Denmark, formerly an insurance you've been here three times. I'm cost of a project.No before the city council, Mayor Biggs part of a haul of 70 marijuana pUnU found the Little Lake Santa Fe
agent in Starke, has joined a family not saying we're a model, but don't incentive to complete job in has limited his time to 5-8 minutes.OrdinarilYi Swamp and In S.E. Bradford County April 13.
question our sincerity." minimum time if contract is award speakers appearing
contracting business, presumably The plant were spotted from the air by FDLE Joe Dobson
agent ,pilot and
Ruckman told the council "We ed on hourly basis.'Contractor ty council are allowed
interested. in bidding on city contracts didn't design the procedure.The city does not have to unlimited time to exhaust the subject Jim Scot,spotter.No 1

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!Ii'"' ," .. '[,." '',,": ,. I-l Sampson City; Once a ,

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was a bit nostalgic, and brought back
old memories of better times in the past,to
see recent news stories carrying a SAMP-
F Fy SON CITY dateline in several out-of-town 1 : w /. w L.t 1 O Y4r

County are not aware that there once wasa .. y \ Y s't.4J .
town named Sampson City,and the name
still appears in legal descriptions used in
courthouse records. There is still a Sampson

City subdivision.The .

SAMPSON CITY dateline was used
by papers reporting on the tragic disappearance
of 12-year-old Meghan Renaud ;
from her home in DeerFoot Trail subdivi-

sion on Sampson Lake, and her subsequent .
mysterious death from gunshot wounds in bet itaap a '
her head. The case is still unsolved.

Recently, Sampson City has also been in
the news as a result of a large subdivision. ('i5":'
being developed by Lester J. Kite on County :

Road 225. LAKE SAMPiON ,..
4 Some of the older residents of the Sampson
area are concerned that the community
may be losing its identity because of

large promotional signs pointing the wayto ( Lake I
DeerFoot Trail, while there are no % v1.) Ruw.Usr
ti directional signs referring to Sampson CI-
--- ty. B.F. (Gene) Bass, minister of a Churchof l 1
God and a lifelong resident of Sampson, 1f C 4 1-'' c Lp
Brooklyn; Lake in 1957 said that he and some of the other long- -
time property owners would like for the vX.-- -, -- "? t *.
county to erect a few Sampson City signsto "" I
Lake Area Dwellers Join ForcesTo let people know there's something there c .- vr'rv
besides DeerFoot Trail.They plan to make I
their wishes known to the County Commis-

Fight Low Water Threat sion.They Had a Dream Map showing trl-lok I area.west of Stork, .. 'I

Interest in the Sampson Lake area
blossomed a century ago in the fall of 1887 Ii i
I when Dr. J.L. Gaskins, Col.\ Comer L. around the three lakes, the purchase is a at and I 1893
once was completed August ,
There was a time when to be called an thousands of property owners in tne Peek,early Starke developers,and Joseph very valuable, beautiful and princely to Sampson City, and completed to Wan-
"environmentalist" was almost akin to Lake Region, the Lake Region Monitor P. McCulley of Lawtey, made a trip to possession. nee by 1902. This railroad was the one I
being called "some kind of a nut who is recently said: South Florida to view the Disston reclaimed "Drainage operations have already given the nickname of "Peggy". '
lands at and near Kissimmee. Upon
concerned about the future of the red- It's Time to Work TogetherTo their return to Starke they reported the commenced by deepening and cleaning out During this period the town of SampsonCity
Sampson River Creek, the outlet of the was platted, where "Peggy" crossed i
headed woodpecker"Now cane, rice, vegetables and other
Save the Environment sugar drained anci reclaimed three lakes, and the fact is already the GS&F tracks, and Col. Peek, a large
that it's almost too late, we are "Across the lake region we are now lands crops as grown wonderful on to behold, and the demonstrated that the waters can be landowner laid out an extensive subdivi- I
beginning to realize that the destructionof seeing lake dwellers forming associations yields per acre enormous.As lowered four to five feet, the desired fall, sion on both sides of"Peggy"tracks, nam-
forests in South America has at comparatively small expense. ing a street for each one of his six
rain It is exciting to finally see a genuine reported in The Telegraph: "The trip children-Julian, Carlyle,Louise, Isabelle,
worldwide effects on the atmosphere, interest in preserving the area's opened the eyes of these gentlemen to a Cornelia, and Lois.
not only in Brazil, but also in Peoria, Illinois most resources. However, we similar body of overflowed lands near
For a time the town thrived with two
An oil spill in Alaska is blamedfor should not forget that for many, many Starke. After careful investigation of and the general stores a commissary, a large
wetlands around Rowell
ten-cent gallon increase in
a per years before these associations began Crosby Lakes, about 2Vi miles west of sawmill, two small hotelsThe Riverside'and
gasoline prices in the U.S.A. And a shor- there were but a handful of people who Starke, the trio, with Mr. M.C. Lewis of the Ponce de Leon, and three schoolsin
tage of rainfall, for whatever reason, took the time and effort to help preserveour Lawtey, purchased 11 sections of land the area-Sampson River School, Sampson
has caused a 2.16 foot drop in the level of environment." (7,000 acres) in a body, embracing all the Pond School, and Sampson City
Brooklyn Lake from March 1988 to marsh, sawgrass,and swamplands around 1' School. Sampson also had a post office
March 1989.Property. "Without people like Harold Hill and said lakes, and including the three pret- from Jan. 7, 1891 to July 31, 1954. A depotwas
Inge Hutchmson, one can only ask... tiest sheets of water in Florida. -* t also built to serve the railroads during

owners around BrooklynLake what would the lake region be like to- "With about 20 miles of waterfront and this period.

and Brooklyn Bay are understan- day? 4,000 acres of the richest lands in the The canal (or so-called river) from
dably concerned about the low lake South, and a circle of well-timbered lands "There are several thousand of Sampson Lake to the Santa Fe River was
level and are placing part of the blameon "Not everyone always agrees with fringing the sugar and rice lands entirely sugar and rice lands that are so acres deep in opened up to drain the swampland, and
these two environmentalists, but for acres of rice were planted, and even processed
a new 60-inch culvert that was rich soil that it is an easy matter to push a
countless years they were the only voicewe six to 12 feet down in a mill. But the venture was not a
fishing pole into
or more
Treat Road in Camp
recently placed on success, and after the freezes in the late
had and alerted the public to the fertile earth.
Blanding, which they feel is lesseningthe they Letters exceedingly '90s killed the orange groves and the naval
abuse .
flow of water into the lake from the dangers of environmental on "The enterprising purchasers expect to .stores industry petered out. later, the town
Alligator Creek. This argument is yet to numerous occasions. They prompted have the waters lowered and crops of rice, started its decline. "
and it is hard to sugar cane, vegetables, fruit trees 'etc. .
public awareness, ,. .
be settled. Reader Says Sportsmen t-Today, there is no.c6rpmerclal activity
growing there next spring and sununer., .,x
forget the meeting after meeting these *
Don't Need Automatics at Sampson City,only a few loyal residentswho
At a four-hour meeting in Keystone individuals spoke out and begged the To Kill a Deer The Railroad Era do not want the town completely

Heights last Saturday afternoon, people of the lake region to become in Editor Peek, Gaskins and McCulley weren't the forgottenhence their interest in obtaining
from pointing the to CiLibrary
signs "Sampson -
owners way
representative property
volved. only ones who had visions of great things .
Brooklyn, Geneva, Johnson, Half Moon, This letter is in reply to FrederickReplogle's happening in the Sampson Lake area.Dur- ty
Gator Bone, Santa Fe, Bundy, Crystal, "Today, the people are finally beginn- letter to The Telegraph. ing the 1890s, Sampson City did not suffer
and White Sands Lakes met to discuss ing to get involved, but we should not At 14 years of age, I started hunting witha from lack of transportation-was served
and set Lake-Net forget the years of dedicated service single barrel 12-gauge shotgun. I later by no less than three rail lines In its issueof
their a
concerns up others have put into making the lake graduated to a 16-gauge Ithaca pump gun. May 4, 1899, The Florida Advocate, an
organization, which would meld them better place in which to live. I bagged quail, dove and turkey, while early Starke newspaper, commented: "If
together to work on mutual problems, region a restricted to three-shot loaded capacity. I all reports are true, Sampson City will
while maintaining the identity of their "Through the efforts of newly formed shot a mule deer in California with a rifle, soon become a great railroad center. The L =
individual groups. The next meeting to lake-dweller associations, our lake with 5-shot capacity.The GS&F (Georgia, Southern & Florida), the e1
the destined to have effort effort to ban the AK-47 weapon is ASR&G (Atlantic Suwannee River &
elect officers complete region seems
every G&G
Gulf) and the (
against drug dealers, maniacs that kill Gainesville Gulf) News...
organization will be held at the put forth to preserve our precious school students, and those so-called sport- already touch this place, and the Cummer
Keystone City Hall, Saturday, April 29, lakes, but let us not forget the efforts of smen who need a machine gun to kill a road will,it is said,be built through herein and Don't throw away! those old books
at 10 a.m those who paved the way. Every attempt deer. Are you among these, Mr. Replogle?' a short time." There is no record that the Public magazines Library The use Bradford these"recycled" County -
made last named was ever built. It was
Concerning the environmental pro- should be to work If you can't defend yourself with six predicted that Sampson City would soon be materials in several of its pro-
blems now facing the many lakes and together... there is too much at stake to shots, the criminal is the better the largest town in the county. grams.
do otherwise. marksman. Keep your powder dry. "We replace volumes in the main
Optimistic about the good times ahead, collection when they are lost or
Kenneth M. Struth,Starke
the.tarke and Sampson City Railroad Co. stolen and develop collections for
History RepeatsIn was incorporated July 23, 1891, with a shut-ins and hospitals" says
F.A.D. Shares Credit capital stock of $75,000. Right of way was Library Director Sue Crum.
For Adult Education secured and held in the name of Dr. Mrs. Crum points out that new

1956 this area was going through a dry cycle, similarbut worse even Prize Winning Booth $4,000 Gaskins was, as spent trustee.grading During a roadbed 1892, about bet- books generated are bought by the from Friends the revenues
of the
than the one being experienced now. The water level in Brooklyn Lake had Editor, Telegraph: ween Starke and Sampson City, but the Library "year round" used Book
dropped to a historic low of 97.2 feet above sea level21 feet below its On Thursday, April 13, a picture was sale of stock for the new rail line was not Sale Table.
historic high of 119.2 feet in 1948. carried in The Telegraph indicating that a successful and the company was forced to "The materials also help supple-
booth Families forfeit its franchise. On November 23, 1892, ment the
sponsored by Against small library collection
The most recent reading, taken by the U.S. Geological Survey Office in Drugs received first place in the Adult the trustee conveyed the right-of-way to that serves our local county jail"
March of this year, showed Brooklyn's level of 105.34 feet, still I 8.14 feet Education exhibit at the Fair. the Ambler Lumber Co. adds Mrs. Crum.

above its historic low, but 2.16 feet lower than it was in March, 1988. In all fairness,this information is not ful- "Peggy" Is Born Please call the BCPL at 964-6400 if

ly correct. This booth was jointly spon- On 24 1893 the you have books or magazines to
May ASR&G railroad donate. Contributions
Seek Federal Aid deeper wells. This picture con- ground water seepage into the sored by F.A.D. as well as the Bradford company was incorporated to completethe are tax deductible
The Telegraph reported on trasted sharply with the situa- lakes is needed to maintainthe County Parenting Education Committee. I construction started by the Starke-
record low tion in 1944 when pastures, level he said. "The am very sorry that this was inadvertently
the and
Sept. 7, 1956, water Sampson City group, to extend this
and homes omitted
year, that Bradford County timberlands, were lakes won't recover until we from the caption. line from Starke to the Suwannee River at
floods in the
Commissioners had joined in a damaged lake by have two or three consecutive Adel Mitchel,F.A.D. a point called Wannee.Track laying began .
four-county effort to launch a same region area. years of heavy rainfall, or a
study of remedies for the Repeated in 1977 couple of back-to-back hur-
shrinking water level in area It is not on record that any ricanes," Kubel added.
lakes. such study was ever made, or When rainfall is subnormal, Forestry in Bradford County

The application for Federalaid corrective measures taken. such as it has been in recent
was also signed by com- Rainfall eventually returnedto years, the small amount of
missioners in Clay, Putnam normal and lake water. rain and ground water run-off Incindary Fires Increasingdisagreement
and Alachua Counties, as well levels responded accordingly.But entering the lake is lost by
as Soil Conservation Service again in February of evaporation, failing to help
supervisors.The 1977, lake region residents raise the water level. Another A recent survey of fire conditions around or to cover a crime. Other
effort was aimed at packed the Keystone City Hall factor undoubtedly contribu- the state revealed distressing news that in- fires are set out of frustration, meanness
relieving not only the for a program sponsored by tion to low levels in the ever- cendiary fires, those started by arsonists and revenge.And .
threatened drying up of lakes, the Department of En- increasing number of wells are running well above the traditionalaverage then,there are those who Just like to
but also flood conditions such vironmental Regulation, as now being dug in the area, of 30 percent. see the flames and watch the firefighters IC.
as those experienced in the water levels in the area were. both residential and commercial Forty-five percent of the fires reported bAttle the blaze.: There are even cases of
1940s. The first step was aim- again dropping. each depending on water from January 1-31 this year were startedby firefighters setting fires and then helping
ed at an engineering survey of Jerry Kubal of the St. Johns from the aquifer. arsonists. By comparison the figure for their fellow firemen put them out.
the area, studying the River Water Management 1988 was 34 percent and 10 year average is The arson problem worsened until, in Child Find...
underground streams and District told lake dwellers that With Clay County,the Water 32 percent. January generally runs high 1966, a group of concerned citizens joined
other factors involved in he and his staff had been con- Management District, the for incendiary fires. Fuels are usually dry together to organize the Florida Forestry. diD know a child with a ham
stabilizing water levels, and ducting an investigation in the U.S. Geological Service, and and for some reason, arsonists become Anon Alert Assn. The purpose of the r"
adopting measures to insure a for two the University of Florida more active. association was twofold: to educate thepeople
Keystone years Whatever the reason, arson fires costs of Florida about the costs and Ch"ild Find Is one purl of he
constant level. It was proposed and had reached the conclu- Water Resources Departmentall Florida Diagnostic, and
us all I It costs for ,use of equip- of and to reward public- Learning
that such remedies could sion that additional rain was cooperating in a survey, as manpower dangers Resources System (FOLKS Unit
include dams, spillways, the only solution for bringing now seems possible, perhapssome ment for fire suppression and the loss of spirited citizens who report arsonists and lends support service to ext'op
locks, and canals. lake levels up to normal. corrective measures can timber resources. Worst of all- it could help law enforcement officials bring themto tional student education program
cost us the lives of private citizens or trial. in a six county area: Bradford -
The application, signed by Lakes in the area have leaky be put in place without having Baker,Flagler Putnam,SI.JdIR8,
firefighters. Since the organization began nearly
Commissioners the bottoms, allowing water to to wait for"a couple of back-to and Union Counties.One .
pictured wildfire Is bad and except for three 12 rewards were paid
seep through the sand into the back hurricanes. It's a long lightning years ago
lake region"at an all-time low aquifer,and there is a general time to wait between high ndalocv fires, every fire could be totaling$3500. Some of the recipients werea : function of Child Find IB
in the water table" with some lack of surface streams flow- water if prevented. They are started by careless secretary who saw the arsonist from her Identification of potentially han
people moving out of the area, cycles, even dicapped prelchoolltudortK,and I
smokers' thoughtless actious, office window and two volunteer
ing into the lakes, he said. history does location
eventually repeat the of children and youth >
I and others forced to dig Direct rainfall runoff and/or Itself. careless people burning debris not particles firefighters who caught an were between birth and SI yuan of ag,- awho
from engine exhaust,railroad equip- night he set several fires that they may have a handicap c,11I itn i
ment, and by children. called out to extinguish. and are not receiving Mrviccs j
: Fires set by accident sets to Some areas of ,
through Someone who a fire deliberately handicapping
: -7.r.r carelessness or ignorance are bad, but harm someone else or to damage their pro- tions may be speech C'Itttli.'J'
= jj those set deliberately to harm another person perty Is sick. Anyone with information or hearing physical vision prokiemx.turning Uhav.; ,t
$ or their property are foolish. The about arson activity or who is interested in rt
i := _' : o 1: o reason for arson fires are as strange as the the Arson Alert program can get in touch be If handicap you know e.l of. a child w h..rosy ;,
> contact
people who set them. with any Division of Forestry Office. In FOLKS/CDifd Find at >vA, :.II1&I.11: '*
The United States hat more radio than any other country In the world. Among the reasons for arson fires are to Bradford and Union County call 496-3311 or In Putnam aunty. or V rillPf
J'jet even" for some real or imagined 1-80 BocVe Kk, .'I.S "r.



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April 20, 1989 TEI.EGKAPH Page SA

Beatrice DoddCelebrates Tanks

80th Social --Meetings'Waddings'Engagements

Mrs. Beatrice Dodd was honored by her children Mary and Dan Priest, -
Bill and Elloulse Dodd, Lynell and Walter Oliver and Bobby and Annie "
Dodd with a surprise reception to celebrate her eightieth birthday on Mar. fttrtfis

11.The celebration was held at the Camp Blanding Officers Club on Sunday It e InSJllnnoUflCements
11tit1li1f11 r afternoon, Mar. 19, and featured an outstanding array of hors d'oeuvres
prepared and served by the club staff
The serving table was decorated with a white tablecloth with lace
overlay and highlighted with a lovely mauve and pink floral arrangement.
Each end of the table was accented with pink and purple balloon clusters. Hampton Hilites. .
The cake table was also decorated with a white tablecloth accented with By Dolores Meng,Phone 468-1915 llt''>
balloon clusters and featured a two-tier white birthday cake topped with Condolence...
wild violets.
r Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of William Lahn who
Mrs. Dodd received a corsage of wild violets (her favorite flower) and died April 22.Birthday.
this theme was carried out on individual tables accented with bud vases of
wild violets and balloons.Of Bash...
+ Q the fifty-two guests who came to share their love during this momentous On Apr. 9 a double birthday party was belatedly held honoring Lori
occasion were four children, twelve grandchildren and 17 great Brooks and Duana Mitzel, whose birthdays occurred on Mar. 30-31 .
grandchildren. Out of town guests included Mrs Dodd's two sisters, Ms. Festivities were celebrated at the home of Pauline Dishman in Hampton
Jewel Presley of Vicksburg, Miss., and Mrs. Pauline Peoples of Walnut Villa. Jim Mitzel put on the BBQ and covered dishes were brought in by
Grove, Miss., accompanied by her husband Clyde and son Stanley. Also at- guests from Alachua,Gainesville,Hawthorne and local people. All enjoyedthe
tending was Mrs. Dodd's first cousin, Ms. Ruby Williams,accompanied by party)
her daughter Judy and granddaughter Joanna of Keystone Heights. Carrie Lyn Meng celebrated her 11th birthday on Apr. 16 with a family
The reception was recorded on video and presented to Mrs. Dodd as a party at the Francis Meng home.
'\ special gift to remember this special day. April Birthdays...

L-' -... April 1-Justm Phillips, Danielle Hersey; 2-Justun Hart; 3-Thomas
". UDC Studies Events Leading To End of WarAt Scoggins; 4-Amy Ruth Crews, Bambi Rhoden, Sean Wiggins; 5-Morgan
'' ... d Esty Bette Smith' 6--Krista Fuqua, Demetrik Jenkins; 7-Roy Rhoden;
: 8-Tiffany Christopher
the meeting of the W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, on Monday, Apr. 17 at Perrin, Newman; 10-Melissa Kyle, Crystal Wilson,
Henry Stewart, Adrienne Coleman; 12--<:harity Norman, Tonya Taylor
"t the Bradford Family Restaurant, President Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber ;
\ presented the program and conducted the business meeting 13-Michael Starling, Pamelia Rhoden, Mildred Williams; 15-Amanda
/ ,,, ;:. Mrs. Weisgerber pointed out that the lack of food, supplies and man Townsend, Michael Tyler; 16-Lisa McClellan; 17-Brandy Hall, Carrie
f- power contributed to ending the conflict between the North and South. Meng; 18-Teresa Manning, Harold Waters; 19-Jerome Mitchell, Jeremy
i.' I .' Robert E. Lee was trying to defend the capitol of Richmond by securing Smith.
.. supplies from any source available, but when he turned West, he was Hampton School
unable to push through. Lee's decisions were motivated by a need to save PTA Meeting...
his army from starvation. The emaciated men fell steadily from the ranks
Mrs. Beatrice """do now 80 years young! and guns were abandoned as the poor horses collapsed. On Monday, Apr. 24, parents are invited to attend an important PTA
I General Grant wrote Lee trying to convince him of the hopelessness of meeting, 7 p.m. at the school.

further resistance, but Lee's reply was "not yet". Grant wrote again, but Early Release..,
"not yet" was the reply. Lee was then surrounded on all sides by the Nor-
Students will leave school at 1 Wed., 26DEXTER'S .
on Apr.
thern forces with no place to go. He wrote a note of capitulation to Grant p.m.
I and later wrote asking for suspension of hostilities. On Apr. 9, 1865, he sur-
Mrs. Mona Canova To Be Honored Apr. 29 rendered his army at the house of the McLean family a little north of the

Mrs. L.A. (Mona) Canova will be An evening filled with entertain- courthouse.It .
announced that the Memorial Service for Confederate veterans
honored with a "This Is Your Life" ment, walks down lane, was
memory will be held by the members of the United Daughters of the Confederacy CAFE
and at the awards and other
program banquet recognition
Road momument in Crosby Cemetery on Wednesday, Apr. 26 at 10:30: a.m. All
Edwards Saturday, April planned for this occasion. In her long
members to attend.
29, beginning at 7:30 p.m.Announcing.. career as music teacher and accom- are requested GOURMETNOW I
Luncheon was served following the meeting. The tables had centerpiecesof
for musical
panist many programsand small baskets of vari-coloreoT African violets with American and Con-
dramatic productions Mrs.
federate in crossed at intervals down the tables.
Canova has touched many lives of flags a arrangement OFFERS..Gourmet Dining ..

every age. & Eves.
Friday Saturday 6-9pm
All students and former studentsof Community News. .
...April Leann Mrs. Canova are asked to contact
Padgett Seafood Steaks Pasta Entrees
Sylvia Reddish, 964-6530 Lavon Youths invited to
; are participate p.m. There will be sports activitiesin
Mr. & Mrs. Everett (Marty) Drivas, 9646846; or Don Hardy, the First Annual Youth Apprecia- and food. I Homemade Soups Elegant Deserts I
Padgett,Jr., of Starke,announce the 964-7059. A list is being compiled for tion Day sponsored by the Communi- Come join in the fun Saturday. For
birth of a daughter, April Leann presentation during the program. ty Volunteer Outreach Program, a mOre information call Vernon Fresh Baked Bread
born Apr. 14 in Memorial MedicaiCenter Tickets for this occasion will be on non-profit organization. Barber, 964-5544. Located by Fashion Stop
of Jacksonville. sale at merchant locatioins in the The Youth Appreciation Day will 964-9071 301 N. (across from High School))
April joins sister, Tina Marie, area. be this Saturday, Apr. 22, at RJE
brother Mark, and sister Amanda. Community Center from Sam. to 5
Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. Paul C. Nugent, Sr. of Starke. ,
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & r: .r
Starke.Mrs. Everett M. Padgett Sr. of .

Bradford Hospital : -'

Auxiliary Met MondayRip

O'Steen, Administrator of ,
Bradford Hospital, was speaker.at 1iYr ,
the genera) meeting of the Auxiliary :
i Steer.* i tv-\lfn\ %?"M1f/)1; ? at '''y ter n"4 -

Mr. O'Steen spoke on "Just Say
Yes I 1", complimenting volunteers on
the many lobs they do at the i
hospital, and the hours contributedto
the hamburger booth at the fair. ,$.
All proceeds from auxiliary
endeavors go toward purchasing Sf
equipment for the hospital. 3 :
Special thanks were given to '
Frank Brown, John Slater, and Mr.
Seddon for their help at the fair. f,
The following officers for the new
year were elected: PresidentLindaJohns '
1st VP-Wilma Jean Terry, .1 \ r? s ,. r'
2nd VP-Roxanne Ruckdeschel,
Recording Secretary-Lucy White, t
Corresponding SecretaryEvelynGriffin
and Treasurer-Ada Red-

Michelle Kimutis .J .,4 rT r n y

Attends Convention \ "
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Michelle L. Kimutis, Doctor of r 'r
student at the Universityof x
Pharmacy '
Florida, was among more than 1 ''l 4r y:0.: X
4,000 pharmacists and 1,000 phar-
macy students who recently attended I s r
the 136th Annual Meeting and Ex- y s ts,
hibit of the American Phar- 'r 4 '
maceutical Association (APhA), the !I4 ; .
national professional society of ,

pharmacists.The fi 1q y!e1i
meeting, held in Anaheim,
Calif., April ft-12, offered more than x
150 hours of Intensive educational
programming designed to keep the
pharmacist up-to-date on the latest f r '
developments in such areas as a.f .
; s
AIDS, cholesterol and coronary d
disease, advances in drug therapy,
and managed health care. 4.
Michelle is the daughter of Mr. &
Mrs. Edward F Kimutis, Jr., and
the granddaughter of Mr. &Mrs.Edward
Kimutis, Sr., all of Starke.

VFW Post 1016

Meeting TonightVFW

Post 1018 is having its mon-
thly social meeting tonight, (Thurs- 'k
day, Apr. 20) at 7 p.m. This will be a ,
covered dish dinner. '. '
Adele Mitchell of the "Just Say No One only has to walk through the average home in the United States to witness the \

to speaker.Drugs"Members program are will encouragedto be guest 'r4 'wonders f of technology. From the ultimate convenience of the microwave oven to the precision

bring ,their children and grand- ''i;'t sound of compact laser disc players, today we take for granted advancements that were science

ChAn ine wishing to Join the VFW Is 'i:. : fiction curiosities just a few decades ago. .
welcome to participate. The ladies ti there is research and development
are still trying to form the auxiliary. Even as we marvel at today's high-tech gadgetry, .

Come down and learn somethingthat ', :' being conducted replace it. The foundation is being laid right now for improved telecommunications -
is going to help our community. 1 ,,'
We are planning a rummage sale ,ft,. for instance, well into the twenty-first century.
for April 29. Anyone having items to tI" '.... 17f. effect the quality of sound and the efficiency .
donate for this project can contact .' ., ,. n" .",'. "". \ ,iqp ,..,. < Fiber optics technology is having a profound on, .
Frank Brown, 964-5183 for pickup.. ., of transmitted voice and computer data.ALLTEL is firmly committed to this new technology. ,

'Ih.L .'' Currently we are implementing plans to meet the growing demand for its services. [

:. ,Y g'.;i '. '. !;" '..' It is the customer who ultimately! .benefits from this and other new developments the

; "f": ,J way of bettet and more varied services. And very< often technological advances' help contain" costs
even as they1'.improve productivity. '" ,
LI.1EL: Whether the subject of your concern is a'priZe mare or a power outage, we're' hard'aT t t ,

Humpback wh a l ss sing In a from-ccmt* work throughout the Southeast keeping'yO. lines, of communication open. ', :-)2r') :; \'I*. : "
which indfcat* where the/re '. "
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4 Church News............................ Engagement. ..

i I Weddings...............................
; Revival ServicesAt Bible ConferenceAt Jefferson-Brown

; I Dedan Baptist Lawtey BaptistThere Engagement ToldMr.
To Wed April 22
Church, Apr. 24-28 will be a Bible Prophecy & Mrs. William S. Jefferson
Lockwood and Mark Terrell Patray will exchange weddingvows Conference at the First Baptist
., I Cheryl Leigh Dedan Baptist Church will hold Sr., would like to announce the
this Saturday, April 22 at 7:30: p.m.at Reynolds Chapel of Camp Blan- Revival Services April 24-28. Church of Lawtey from April 24-28 at r engagement of their daughter,

I ding. e Dr. David Phillips, a native of 7:30pm. nightly. Sharon Denise,to Mark Ivey Brown
; A reception will follow at the Camp Blanding Officers Club. No local in- A nursery will be provided and
i Arkansas and presently an Old Jr., son of Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ivey
vitations are being sent. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Testament professor at Luther Rice special singing will be presented Brown, Sr., of Grove Park, Fla.

Seminary in Jacksonville,will bring every night. The bride-elect is a graduate of
The church Is
the beside
the messages each night at 7 p.m. on street Bradford High School and is
I Strickland-Barnes To Marry in Sweden On Sunday, Apr. 30, the revival Lawtey blocks behind Elementary the school.School, two employed by the Dept. of Health and
services will close with the
Sundaymorning Services.
Strickland of Starke announce the engagement and The Bible
Rev. and Mrs. John Prophecy Preacher will
after which there The is of
marriage of their daughter, Wendy Elaine to Pfc. David Alan Barnes,son will be dinner message on the grounds. be Rev. James Fore pastor of the PK Young groom-to-be High a School in
i of Mr. & Mrs. David Alex Barnes of Starke. Faith Baptist Church, Macclenny,
Is invited to and Gainesville and
is the
Everyone come
22 in Denmark, Sweden. employed by
The wedding will be held this Saturday Apr. where he has pastored since 1980.
School.The is a 1987 hear the word of God preached by is Department of Corrections.The .
The bride is a 1988 graduate of Bradford High groom Rev. Ford a 1964 graduate of
graduate of Bradford High and is presently in the U.S. Army, stationedwith this dynamic preacher/teacher Tennessee Temple University. He wedding Is being planned for
Dedan Church
the Word. Baptist 19.
has pastored in states and August
the 2nd ACR in Nuremberg, Germany. seven .
located in Brooker.
held revivals and Bible conferencesin
twelve states. He taught in Bible
Set colleges nine years and was Vice
To Wed Gospel Sing
Muse-IIoenig Saturday President and Academic Dean of the

The wedding of Susan Muse of Lawtey,duaghter of Mr.&Mrs.Ed Muse, For Beulah BaptistBeulah Brookhollow Bible Institute in NeedleworkWinners

and Richard 1 Hoenig, son of Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Hoenig of Blauvelt, N.Y., Baptist Church, located 8 DeSota, Tx. for four years.
will be held this Saturday, Apr. 22 at 4 p.m. in Grace United Methodist miles South of Middleburg on SR 21, Rev. Grayson McNeill, pastor of Mrs.Sylvia Reddish
Church in Lawtey. will be having a gospel sing this First Baptist Church of Lawtey,cordially -
All friends and relatives are invited to attend.Woman's invites all to attend these
22 7:30
Saturday, Apr. beginning at : special services. Sylvia Reddish Named

p.m.Dixieland Quartet of Jesup, Ga., 'Leader of the Pack' Announced
will be featured, along with our own
Club Meeting Weeks Family of Green Cove Spr- Mrs. Sylvia P. Reddish of Starke
ings. Everyone is welcome to attend. Special DedicationAt has been selected as District Leaderof
For Annual ReportsIt the Year for Liberty National Life NEEDLEWORK DIVISIONThis

Hope BaptistHope Insurance Company.Mrs. category of fair entries was

was annual report time at the meeting of the Woman's Club held on Baptist Church will dedicate Reddish has been with Liberty inadvertently omitted from last
Wednesday,Apr. 12.Reports were given by Committee Chairmen Baby Contest Results their new Merle L. Packham Sr. National for six years, and has week's paper.CROCHET .
been named Gainesville District
The devotional From Pleasant Memorial Educational Building on as : BABY AFGHAN: Clara
and scripture reading was given by Mrs. Myldred Cut- Grove
Leader of the Year for three con
Sunday, 30. Services will begin Colson, blue ribbon; Eva Eddings.
tino. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. R A. Green,Jr. Mrs.
Pleasant Grove United Methodist with Sunday School at 10 a.m., secutive years now. She has just blue ribbon; Charmene Smith, red I
Rowell accepted in the club member.
Kelly was as a new
The Executive Board were hostesses for this meeting and served a salad Church sponsored a baby contest on followed by worship service with been named Honor Agent for the ribbon; Cheryl Belcher, white rib- h 1
Sunday Apr. 16 at 3 pm. Guest Rev.Edgar Wilkinson,Pastor of the first quarter of 1989 also. bo I
buffet luncheon. The tables were covered with cloths,accented with
speaker was Rev. Samuel Sullivanof Hollister First Baptist Church, bringing Congratulations go to Mrs. Red- LARGE AFGHAN: Jeri Hooten,
centerpieces of wild flowers arranged in white vases,along with a silk spr-
dish these fine achievements.
ing flower arrangement on a side table. Mt. Pisgah AME Church of the message. on mosaic, blue ribbon; Priscilla Jan-
The musical program was performed by Mrs. Mona Canova and Mrs. Starke. Open house will be at 2 p.m..singing vrin, colored afghan, blue ribbon;
Marjorie Thomson. The next card party luncheon will be held Thursday, There were eight baby con- by the Nazworth Family at 2:30: Kay McKinley, blue; Lois Wilkison
I Apr. 27. The Ma Day Breakfast will be on Wednesday, May 10. testants. First place winner was p.m. and the dedication service at 3 scarlet/gray, blue ribbon; Virginia
Candice Smith, who was awarded a p.m. in the new facility. McDonald, blue; Betty Hildebrand,
$50 savings bond. Second place win- Pastor Gary Heath and members Ladies InterestedIn blue; Norma Cox, blue.
ner was Tanisha Hamiltom, awarded cordially invite everyone to attend SMALL AFGHAN: Chamene
Weatherization Program Operating In BradfordThe a $20 gift certificate. Third place this special service of thanksgiving Patriotism, Country Smith, red ribbon.TABLECLOTHS.
winner was Jerry Cummings, WInn- and praise. The church is located 8 Being Sought : Margaret
Suwannee River Economic cracks, patch holes in floors, ceilings ing a $13 gift certificate. miles south of Starke on Rd. 100 in Lewis, blue ribbon; Cleo Sullivan,
Council, Inc., announces the exterior walls or patch and/or These other entrants reeived a$10 Theressa. Ladles who would like to be apart blue; Ruther Williams, red ribbon.
Weatherization Program is still kool seal roofs to keep the cold air gift certificateDavid Frazier of an organization which fosters true EDGINGS: Helen Williams, ecru,
operating in Bradford County. The out of your home. Weatherization Racheka McClenton, Elijah patriotism and love of their countryare blue ribbon.
program provides materials and cannot repair or replace steps, por- Hamilton, Bernard Bears and Tian- invited to be a part of the INFANT SETS: Sharon Petiprin,
labor at no cost to the recipient, to ches or screens.If dra Wanton. Rev. David Edwards is Daughters of the American Revolu- blue; Cheryl Belcher, blue.
make the home as weatherproof as pastor. tion.The CAPE: Becky McDaniel, blue rib-
funds will permit. primary objective of the DARis
would benefit from this
Priorities are given to the elderlyand you program to build responsible citizenship. bon.SHAWLS
and think you might qualify, : Becky McDaniel, blue.WOMAN'S. .
those with the lowest income invited to
Interested persons are a
,VEST Lenorah
come by our Outreach Center at 134 : Hug-
and/or whose house is in most needof luncheon to be
E. South St., Starke, and fill out an First Born Church NewsThe genealogy workshop gins, red ribbon.WOMAN'S .
Weatherization. Proof of incomefor application or call 964-6696. held May 8. Mrs. Clifford Dwyer, SWEATER: Lenorah
the entire family and proof of Jacksonville District Youth noted genealogist will be instruc- Huggins, blue ribbon.
ownership must accompany the ap- SPECIAL NOTE: New income Council will be held in Jacksonvilleat ting ways to trace our lineage to the BLOUSE: Helen Williams, blue
plication. Tax receipt for the land guidelines have been established.For Greater Hill's Temple FBC, from American Revolution. ribbon.
and/or trailer title or tag registration more information, contact Apr. 2022. Dr. W. Lorenza Brown Hare's a sharp Idea: cove pieceof Call Mattie Taber, 473-2984, for MISCELLANEOUS: Edna
will be accepted. Rental property SREC at the above address and will be presiding. Asst. Fieldworker steal wool with cloth to make a more Information. Once an interestis Harley, blue; Helen Williams, blue;
may also be considered,with writ- phone number. Deaconess Zephaniah Cummingswill pin cushion. It keeps the pins and established, a time and place will Evelyn Tucker, blue; Cheryl
ten permission of the be recording secretary.The needles well-honed as well. be announced. Belcher, red; Chamene Smith, red.
landlord/owner. Jacksonville District Familywill
Weatherization can repair or Classifieds Ads meet the Senior Bishop, S.B.
replace windows, doors, broken Albert Hill on the 4th Sunday morn- School Menus
panes of glass, seal and/or caulk Get 23 at 11:30 for ChristSewtngfor
ing, Apr. a.m. Join the "Yo Yo" Team Apr. 24-28

-4- Souls Bradford Elem.&Middle School
;; M rid.,. Taco pie buttered corn, peaches,
WE HAVE....... frF \ cookie,milk.Tuesday ._ ,
: Cheeseburger on bun trench fries,

; BLOWWAY PRICES ; { .-. ar eZl' dzkfllNa yob dt_ AU 4 pktsnlKenR?chocolate EARLY RELEASE cake kD'A_;*. BakSdturkey avMoasday
o d n p'bf 7ee us ran s op mashed potatoes 4 gravy, ml cdvegetables
,cherry cobbler cake hot rolls,milk
Funds are used to held one in need. Tharsdayi Corndog,baked bean.,cabbage slaw. ,
e We now have more than 30 member on fruit cup cookie,milk.
Beat It If Friday Managers choice day.
You Can team.
Anyone or Groups our Bradford High School

WelcomeIntcresed Monday i Salisbury steak rice a> gravy, green
beans peaches, biscuits,milk.
? Call 064-71Q9 or 964-5898 Tuesday i Whaler on bun trench fries,cabbage
1989 Colt slaw butterscotch brownie,milk.
Dodge Wednesday) Corndog baked beans, garden
aslad fruit cup cinnamon. roll,milk.
3 DR Hatchback,4-Speed Manual TransmissionWas Tuursdayi Cuban sandwich, later lots
0 strawberry shortcake,milk.
STARKE ALIVE Friday Managers.choice day.


$89648900 Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, pizza,
f&eliovcLtioligubitee Tuesday i Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, pizza,
Wednesday! Cheeseburgers, corndogs pizza,
1989 Plymouth 1989 Dodge 1989 Plymouth OJ,milkshakes.
Thursday! Cheeseburgers, corndogs, trench
Omni fries, ..
Colt DL Reliant LE
Friday Hamburgers, pizza, trench fries,

S Dr.Wagon 5 Speed PB.PS. 5 Dr. Hatchback AT. PD,PS. 4 Dr., AT PB. PS Air. e milkshakes Eaca day,students G.J. ,..a choke eta hat lunch.
Air,AM/FM Radio Air. salad bar or a-la-csrte.

Was$11.905 $9589 Was$9896 $7995 $10.986; $8986 May 6th

Shriners Parade I
1989 Dodge 1989 Dodge

Datona '" Daytona Shelby Craft Show & Square Dance!

5 Sp., PB. PS Air Tilt Hi-OutPut 5 Sp. Come One Come All!.Sponsored by DMA.& C of C enemies The flying, can fish soar when above pursued the water by

CruIse AM/FM Cass. Transmission. PB PS. from two to 15 seconds and cove

Was DDL,T-Top AM/FM distance of 45 to 200 yards.

$13938 Cass.Was $18,823 --

NOW$1 0.938' Yc NOW* 14,823 BARNETT BANK and


1989 Dodge Caravan MEDICAL CENTERpresent J

'7 Passenger. Air PS,PB, Rear Defrost .I
Was < Florida Arts .Celebration's Production of
$14,720 NOW 2,999 ? Puccini's i

We've Got Your Truck ;

And Thousands Less Horse Trailer Special! MAD1MABUTTERFLY J

1989 *'1989 1989 D-35O

Dakota S Dodge 1-Ton Dualie

W-100 (4x4) Cummins Turbo PB, PS,
5 PB. PS. Air PW PDL cam
Speed. AT PB. PS. Air.: LE Decor AM/FM
Was$10,656 AMJFM Cassette.wbeel Cassette. Loaded &Ready for the Road! 'With Elizabeth Graham as Butterfly. Unda Spieher as Suzuki. f

&Tire Pkg.Tinted Robert Brubaker at Pinkerton and William McGraw as Sharpies ,.
NOW Was $ Accompanied by the Gainesville Chamber Orchestra under the M f .
Stripe PVg.Was $19.135 $21.450 18,450M direction of Raymond Chobaz. '

Now April 96,48,49 '
$8686 m0 University Auditorium 8:15 p.m. iAn #
Net Rebate opera!gels I dinner win be.presented by Anthony end Diana d
Uuzzo on AprH 98 at the University Centre Hotel prior to the per
formance. Please call 371-3511 for Information.MS .

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[ Legal Notices r rNOTICE A Leonard Schlofman Starke, Fl. 1116 Barnett Bonk Bldg
] Ernest E. Trl.... Jr., Keystone Hts., Fla. Jacksonville, Fl. 32202T Tornadoes Beat BakerDesnite
Thomas R. Andrews, Ponte Vedra l phon : ((904)) 354-3643 II
Beach Fl. Attorneys for Plaintiff
James R. Flynn. Stark, Fl. 2tchg4/70-77
OF INTENTTO William T. Jackson ST.. Starke, Fl. Control 057 SixNOTICf Def Errors
CONSIDER Doled this 28th day of March, 1989 In W. Harvey Sharron, Jr., Gainesville Fl. -- -- -- ._. I
ENACTMENT OF TWO((2)) Bradford County. Bobby G. Ferguson Starke, Fla. I
PROPOSED ORDINANCESBY 4tpd 3/30-4/30 Peter J. Clanas, Starke, Fl. PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
THE BOARD OF COUNTY Freeman Register III, Starke, Fl. Under the authority In Ir'.rnal The Bradford High vanity pitch, while Strong moved to third,
COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD Hugh E. Shiver, Gainesville, Fl. Revenue Code section 6331,the property baseball team came back from spring and scored on another error by the
COUNTY. FLORIDA Any person desiring to comment on described below has been seized for break and played a floppy game shortstop, putting the game out of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO this application may do so by submitting nonpayment of Internal revenue taxes Tuesday, April 18, committing six reach for the Wildcats.
written comments within 30 days of the due from Klert Sundusadee.
first day of REGISTER errors, but the Baker County
10:00 May. 1989. beginning at FICTITIOUS NAME date of the publication ol this notice to: The property will be sold at public auction Wildcats played sloppy too commit srk.c.woy s.s MS s-s es..d .
: A.M.. the Board of' County Commissioners .. sw M* *-e. S
of Bradford' Florida Pursuant to Section 069.09 Florida Deputy Comptroller Sauth.a.t.rnDI.trlct a* provided by Internal Revenue ting five errors, and Tornadoes .
County Statutes, notice Is that th.und.r'lgned. Office Suite 600 Marquis One Code section 6335 and'related regula
In given 85.KeUy.
regular session to d at the Tower 249 Peachtree Center Avenue, tions. won ...... M M 5515A.w
Board meeting room at the Bradford RAY C. REDDISH Box I, Dyal, the starting pitcher, I t 1 .
N.E., Atlanta.Georgia 30303. The public DATE OF SALE: May 2, 1989.
tawtey. Florida:33058 ...
,andC.L.C. TURF a t t t
County Courthouse Stark. Florida willconsider was replaced by Bo Hersey for two -s
file It available for In the TIME OF SALE 11.00am.
Inc. Inspection tT..M
1 1
Rt. 1, Box 1003 Melrose, Florida' -- 4
the following ordinances and 33666 District Office during regular business PLACE OF SALE: Hurst Exxon 987 N. thirds inning in the fourth, then t..e a e e eleer.
joint business
the proposed enactment thereof owners doing came back to finish the last three in-
: hours. Temple Avenue Starke. Fl. 32O91. M..r..l IMUSOTV
under the firm of I
: :
1. 10:00: A.M.: An ordinance updating FARM Box L name LAWTEY TURF Itchg 01/70 TITLE OFFERED: Only the right title and nings with no hits. Hersey hit two eawl. I
Bradford County Ordinance 70-2 relating Florida County Road 135 Lawtey Control 014 Interest of Klert Sundusodee In and to batters, gave up four bite three ...Mi.r a t e eN
33058 Intends to register sold ..0.1 s t e e
to animal
Industry; adopting minimum fictitious under the the property will be offered for sale. If runs, and no walks.
standard for the control of files, maggots name aforesaidStatute. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO requested the Internal Revenue Service Baker County led off the first Inning

and rodents and for the preventionof Dated this 27th day of March 1989 In REGISTER will furnish Information about possible with two unearned runs, both Two more games this week will
unsanitary conditions In feed lots Bradlord County. FICTITIOUS NAME encumbrances, which may be useful In runners getting on base on errors. finish the regular season.
barns, buildings, or kennels In which 4tpd 4/06-4/27 Pursuant to Section 66909 Florida determining the value of the Interest being The Tornadoes came back with Today (Thursday, April 20) the
animals are bred raised housed or Statutes, notice I. hereby given that the sold. three runs in the bottom of the first, Tornadoes travel to Santa Fe to
maintained for any use; adopting exclusive .. undersigned Carl D. Harmon and Jennifer DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: One((1)) red on four hits, one a double. Jason meet the District S-3A leaders, who
methods for of dead AN APPLICATION TO Place 1980 Suzuki GS 250
disposing ORGANIZEA J. Harmon, 803 Parkwood Motorcycle, VIN
Johnson led off with and have
a single clinched the district
animals; providing a penalty providingan NATIONAL BANK HAS Stark., Fl. 32091 joint owners, doing GS25X701490 Odometer reading 29S standings
Cordell followed with the
effective date. BEEN FILED miles. Strong only with a 10-2 season to date.
ON THE DATE business under the firm name ol: H H
Substance of contemplated Ordinance OF THIS PUBLICATIONWITH Painters, 803 Parkwood Place, Starke, PROPERTY MAY BE INSPECTED AT: 987 double of the game, on which One of those losses was 5-3 to
1 I. to update current Ordinance 70-2 THE COMPTROLLEROF Fla., 32091 Intends to register sold fictitious North Temple Avenue, Starke, Fl.32091. Johnson moved to third. Johnson Bradford In their first meeting
which pertains to Animal Industry. THE CURRENCY name under the aforesaid PAYMENT TERMS: Full payment required and Strong scored on Jeff Plant' March 18.Santa .
2. 10.15 A.M.: An ordinance to provide We. the undersigned Intending to totute. on acceptance of highest bid. Z.RBIllngle.Plant scored on an RBI Fe is the number one seed in
for the control of excavation activities organize and operate a national bonk Dated this 19th day of April 1989 In FORM OF PAYMENT: All paymentsmust single by James McNeal.A the District Tournament starting
for fill borrows or borrow pits In according to the provision of the National Bradford County. be by cash certified check strike out and two fielders this Wednesday.Friday .
Bradford County to protect the natural Bonk Act at amended submit an 4tpd 4/20-9/11 cashier' or treasurers check or by a choices retired the side. the Tornadoes meet
resources, health safety and welfare of application to the Comptroller of the Control 053 United States postal bank express or In the third inning, five runs were Keystone Heights,at Keystone,for a
the citizens of Bradford County. Currency for permission to organize a telegraph money order. Make check or added on two hits, two errors and return game. Keystone has won only
Substance of contemplated Ordinance national bank and proposed as follows: money order payable la the Internal one walk. McNeal got on base on an three games so far, losing to the Tor-
Jsjo provide for the control of excavation 1. That the main office of the national IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Revenue Service error by the shortstop, and took se- nadoes 4-1 earlier.
activities for fill borrows or borrow bank be located at 606 West Madison JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD MICHAEL HUTTO cond on a wild pitch. Devon Jacksonwas The schedule and team pairingsfor
Street In the of Starke, Bradford COUNTY
pits within Bradford
4/11/89 hit by a pitch putting runners on'' the District Tournament have
County, 32091. CASE NO. 88-389-CA
Said contemplated Ordinances may b.In.p.ct.d first and second. McNeal scored on not been set but Bradford will
2. That the notional bank will have the DIVISION: Address for Information about the yet,
,. the Clerk of by the the Circuit public at Court the Office Bradford of following title: DUVAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN sale: 4613 Phillips Highway Suite 201, an RBI single by Donnie Francis. play in the first round Wednesday
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida First National Bank ASSOCIATION OF JACKSONVILLE a cor- STOP 5112 Jacksonville, Fl. :32207. Kelly Dyal walked. Jackson scoredon April 26. Three games are scheduled
Phone ((904)791-2823.) a sacrifice by Johnson. that day time to be announced. Site
during the regular business hours of 8.00 of Bradford County poration organized and exUtrog" under ,
A.M. 5:00: P.M., Monday through Fri 3. That the total capitalization to be the law ol the United States ol Itchg 4/70 Francis scored on a single by of the tournament la at Ocala
received by the national bank for the America Control 051 Strong, and(! Dyal scored on a wildI Vanguard.

day.All Interested parties may appear at shares Issued by It will be allocated a* Plaintiff
sold and be heard follows: vt STARKE
thereto. respect Capitol . . . 1650.000 MARY DIXON HENRY a/k/a MARY JV Defeats tl
Doted this 4lh day of April 1989. Surplus. . . . .$1,650,000 HENRY POOLE; CHURCH OF GOD t North Marion
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Total capitalization .$3,300,000 PHILLIP R. DIXON 422 N. St Clair- 964-5445 I

BRADFORD COUNTY Number of Sharesto Defendants.AMENDED. John Spratlln, PastorWe Coming back from a 13 day layoff first.With runners on first and third '.
be authorized. . .
FLORIDA. Number of Sharesto Notice Is tnutte you to worship with us. Monday afternoon, April 17, the Tornado Crawford scored on a pick-off play to

Ray Norman Clerk 045 be Issued. . . .$ 330.000 to a Summary hereby Final given that Judgment pursuant of Attended Nursery junior varsity baseball team first. The Tornadoes bad two more
Control went 7-4 North here hits In the Inning, both died on base.
3tchg 4/6-20 Par value per shore..3 5.00 Foreclosure entered herein 1 will sell Sink/School .................. bent by Marion in In the third Josh Crawford
Sale price per shore.$10.00 the property situated In Bradford County Mr ri Womhlp ............... Hem Starke. inning
4. That Alan D. of Florida described os: The NM Colts had won their first again led off with a walk.Chris Snow
Hetzel Route 2. Box Daring: Service ..............'" 6pm
524 Mlcanopy Florida 32667 telephone Lot 9, Block 2. PINEHAVEN. as oer plat Wednesday Voulh .............. 7-3Opnl meeting 5-1, but since have had four jingled: and Andy Goodowns andB.S"
NOTICE OF INTENTION ((904)466-4039) will act as sole and exclusive thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, Pag.65.o' players promoted to the varsity."It Prevail were admitted on
TO REGISTER correspondent to represent and the Public Records of Bradford County was an excellent pitching fielder's choices, and Crawford
FICTITIOUS NAME appear for the undersigned before theComptroller Florida Lamp of "esusCraftConsignment game," said Coach Brett Purdy, scored. Jeremy Crawford then hit a
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida of the Currency and to at public sale, to the highest and best and Jeremy Crawford was the hit two run double, after two outs, but
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the receive all correspondence and bidder for cash at the front door of the ting hero of the game." died on base.
undersigned ROBERT MAY Rt. 1. Box documents, with respect to this application. Bradford County Courthouse In Starke, (Tue*. Sat. 105:30)rrvaf B.B. Prevatt struck out 15 batters In the fifth inning Ray Trimble
622 Lake Butler Fl.32054, and MICHAELA. Florida at 11:00 a.m., on the 10th day ol and walked only three on his way to got on base on the third strike rule.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned May 1989. tJ.fj.W i Snow his second hit and
HONOUR P.O. Box 113. Ralford. Fl. WITNESS hand and official seal of a four-hitter.Jeremy Crawford went got ,
32083 joint owners, doing businessunder have signed this document on the said Court this my 13th day of April. 1989. ALL OCCASION three-for-three at the plate,with one Goodowns followed with his single.
the firm name of MORASS 4x4 10th day of April 1989: RAY NORMAN I double and drove In three runs. Prevatt grounded to shortstop, who
301 South Starke, Florida 32091 Intendsto Guy Andrews, Starke, Fl. CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Gift Basket In the bottom of the first inning threw Trimble out at home. With
register said fictitious name under the G. Gray Flynn Starke, Fl. Smith a SimmonsTerwIIIegar For More Information, call: Josh Crawford walked, stole second l
See... JV... 8Aa'
aforesaid statute. Alan D. Hetzel Mlcanopy Fl. 964-7109 or 964-5898 and went to third on a bad throw-to. page i

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I The BHS tennis teams began number five player Shannon Hicks season record l in doubles earned Jill Strickla d'i2 singles record
district tournament action Wednes- fell to Joe Gay of Live Oak 6-2, 4-6. them the number three seed In earned her the number two seed on
day on courts at St. Johns River 6-1, also in the opening round. number one doubles, while Smith court four, while Myra Cruz (6-6) "
Community College in Palatka. BHS Head Coach Jerry McGriff, a and Welch (6-5)) were seeded secondat was seeded number four on court '
BHS is looking for a strong perfor- member of the three-coach Tournament number two doubles. five. .filfj ? ij>
mance from its surging boy's teamin Committee received his The tournament continues through :r!
seeding list Monday night. Friday with 11 boys teams and nine Coach McGriff of BHS earned an ( ,
and .
the singles
event picked a 11A
win from number two up seed Mark girls teams in each district. additional honor recently when he (>Tl1Rif _',.t' (' .... .:; ; ... ( ( .._. Ion
who defeated Rick Barnettof Shuford, with his team-best 11-1 Lady Tornado Carrie Shaw was named by the Mid-Florida Of-
'I Shuford singles season record, was seeded defeated Sandy Ma of Englewood ficials Association (MFOA) as their
Live Oak High 6-3, 6.4 in the second WIN A HALF MILLION DOLLARS IF
number two and received a bye in Outstanding Timekeeper's Award
6-3,7-5 in her first match but met the
round. '
I the first round. Richard Smith ((7-5( top seed and possibly the finest winner for the 1988-89 basketball YOUR VALVCLINE CAR WINS AT IFIDY. I
BHS lost two close three-setters in picked up the number three seed in player in the tournament in the next season.
the opening round as well as top his division and number four BHS round when she dropped an 0-6, 0-& Coach McGriff received his plaqueat PLUS, Get 15C CASHBACK on each quart: package .
I seeded Kirby Joe Hildebran fell 0.6, player Chad Welch ((7-4) was seeded decision to Julie Exum, ranked the organization's 10th annual In- and $1 CASHBACK on each gallon container. -
&-4, 6-1 to Ray Albretti of Raines second. number on the state of Florida in stallation and awards banquet April
High in the opening round. Tornado Hildebran and Shuford's 9-3 Junior 16's singles 15 in Gainesville. Each CASHI3ACK label you mail' to
Valvolina is another chance (for you to
win a trip for two to the 1989 Indiana- J

I BHS Girls 3rd Boys 5th at Santa Fe Track MeetBradford polis DOLLARS 500 and in the a HALF Valvoline MILLION Indianapolis __,

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specially marked packages for your 1 1
third boy's meet. Larry Green was secondin thai Pull Rodnoy Mo>lay 17V to see how far the athletes CASHBACK
High girls placed can go. and an entry into the
the two mile run and the boys Dl,.,.. llovo Thornton"'''". John(.,..04'0".
with points and the BHS boys tied mile relay team, Rodney Mosley, Lang Jump 3)) Tlmm,Taylor 2I'"'*" Valvoline Indianapolis 500000. ,,
for fifth in the annual Santa Fe and Trlpla' Jumps 4)) Ch,', Olnklnl 407". Il.nmy Taylor. Dist.Set April 27... I
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Tyrone ,Timmy Taylor ".
Raider Invitational run Tuesday, 37'% The District 5-3A meet is set on the See entry forms and store displays for
Chris Dinkins, was third. 120-HHl, 1))Ty,... landar 14...
April 18.Interlachen. Dinkins was fourth in the 220 at 100 M..,Oaihi.Chrl Dlnklnl 10.77..o .rt Nkholl Bradford High track next ThursdaYf complete details.ALLCLIMATE' v ALVDlbu '
won the girls meet 22.61, his best time of the year.Girl's 11.03. April 27, starting at 2:30 ;;
with 103 points. Hawthorne was se- Mil. Runt 1)) Cam Ward 4W, 72. Ml .....Hrmi Mill running finals will be at 7:30: in the
cond with 80 points, 3)) BHS with 74 Results prlng.' Timmy, Oraham 94I.I3., evening. Pre-lims will be in the 10W-40 MOTOR OIL cAlI-Climate
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points, 4) Santa Fe, 60; 5) Buchholz, Tlmmy..,.'. .. ... NIchol Dodrioy). Mallay. afternoon, including trials and finals $1.06
12; 6) Oak Hall, 8. Monique Williams ihol Pull 3).) Motilquo' William' 32' 4)) Aurlll.WIIII.m.2IT' 440 Daiht) rtadnay Molloy' 11.71. in all field events, and pre-lims In per qt. Jf'1vOROILi I

won the triple jump in 33.8,was thirdin DI.,.. 2)) Monlquo WIIII.m."'"'A". Doano Hall- 310 Hurdlait 3)Tyrono Sondon 43.40. the highs, 100, 330, 220. The top four .15 Mail-In CASHBACK
the shot, second in the discus, 7th day 70'6". 2t31.4l.10 Runt 4)) Com Ward 2I3.31 7)) K.nny Doluo placers and top four relay advanceto $0.91 Final Price
in the long jump. Ramona Tennant long Jump.0)) Kim Hampton ISI'V. 7)) MonlquoWllllomi 220 ooh 4)) Chili Dlnklnl' 22". 4)) .o ."Nlchali the district, and so on to the state. _
and Christie ran 1-2 in the mile. Ten- 11" 23.... So, end with the 16
William 33 r', 3)) Kim you up top relay
Triple' lump 1)) Manlquo ,. _J
Two Mil. Runt 2)) Larry Oraan .16.17.
nant also won the two mile. Christiewas 33'4". teams and individuals in each event
H.mp'.n ... .
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second the half anchored the 3)) Aurlllo Wllllomi 41". in the state. CASHDACK I limited In 24 quails and
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winning mile relay team. Taylor ran 92 4 Iplll put Ch.li Dlnklnl' In Rp..111.n The eight teams in the Dist. 5-36, PEOPLE WHO KNOW
100 Motor ooh 2)) Aurllla William 12 77. .. / f)00000 a*many linosn
The winning mile relay team was Mil.Hunt 1))"mono T.nnonSS1.l.2)ChrlltloHorrail ) .. 1..dp. ,Santo h runnar In.h.I. 40 yard, besides Bradford, are Lake Weir, you ilk. Per Quart USE VALVOLINE*\
fromhunk third. Dlnklnl' Il.f.
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Bridget Holder, Katina Kelly, Kim 4iOi Of.310Vd Ocala Forest, Ocala Vanguard,
Hampton and Christie Harrell. : In'.'. Hurdloit' 4)) 0.11.I.."".:!G. A lot of the student athletes are ill North Marion, Gainesville Eastside,
Santa Fe won the boys meet with t:.HO,..Hum 2)Chrlltll Harrall 2,31' 4)Chrllto Oohl with the flu and colds. Some did not Gainesville High, and Santa Fe
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48,6) play day, May 4, at the University of
High 16,7) Oak Hall 9. )4124.24.Boy's do what in the district. Coach Florida. The state meet is set the 155 W. Brownlee Street

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holes Tuesday,April 18, at the Ponce
DeLeon Country Club in
St.Augustine to beat both SA and

Palatka.SA -
shot a 335 and Palatka 356. 4
Last Thursday, April 13, BHS _
played at Palm Harbor Country
Club where they'll be playing the
district. BHS shot a 322 over 18 holesto _'1T7l
SA's 337 and Flagler Palm Coast fY
shot a 353. _
The four wins runs BHS to 19-1, K
which is probably the best record in
District :S-3A. Where
At Palm Coast Ed Douglas shot a people :
75 to lead BHS. David Elder shot 77, connect"J
Mark Murray 82, and Link Bishop
88. Chris Simmons shot 91 at Palm :
Coast.At .
St.Augustine Tuesday, David 101
Elder led BHS with a three over par
74. Ed Douglas and Mark Murray
each shot 80 and Link Bishop 84. Bill
Hamilton shot 87, Chris Simmons 91

BHS plays today (Thursday, April
20) at 3:30: p.m. on the Starke Golf &
Country Club course with Columbia WITH CUSTOM CALLING PACKAGE

High and Keystone High. That will
finish up the regular season.

District Preview...
District Is next Wednesday April A1
26, at Palm Harbor. In the district,
only five players are allowed and the Jii Busy signals passed
four best scores make up the team
score. All season, six players have

been"Just allowed.like any tournament, you ; with CALL WAITING

leave your records at home. You've
got to play well that day," says : .
Coach Mike Sexton. ..-

Maint comeptition will be 44 $ .. O 41
Gainesville High Orange Park, and .f ____ : ', -
Middleburg. GUS shot a supr 148 "
round for BHS's only loss. They've Talks tomechanic
sorta been up and down but they'vegot _
the capability of shooting that
good round. and
Middleburg has been bringing
their scores down, and has been

weeks.plahing good golf the last couple body shop at

David Elder and Ed Douglas have
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both been playing some real oodgolf r---- same time with
lately, says Coach SextonJ'Weneed -
for Mark Murray and Link
Bishop to come through and score THREEWAYCALLING
\like they're capable scoring, as well
as Chris Simmons and Bill
Hamilton.We've got to pick up some E
good out of that group."
Key to winning the district is havIng '
the depth to do it, Coach Sexton ,
points out.A lot of teams have one or 0. IA
who can shoot a good s" 3 ) ); ,
round, but you need that third and .
fourth'man,Coach Sexton points out. Adds extra 7sr)

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bases still loaded, Jeremy Crawfordhit
a one run single, Ken Carlton SPEED CALLING ;
followed with another, Shawn Jones
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was on first by a fielders choice. Bill
Campbell then walked with bases t
loaded. BUS led 7-1.' s 7.t
North Marion scored three In the '
top of the sixth with a three run rally Call CENTEL for details
but could not overcome a three :
I run deficit,ending the game with 7-4 4 ,
I: win for the Torpadoes.Upcoming. r
... -. about convenient

Only two game remain on the '
J.V. schedule, both at home. ""
Today, (' coma April 20, TOUCH-CALL and
Eastslde High Starke for a
rematch. T& Tornadoes won the

n.first meeting 7-3,at Eastslde. ,March #; 1+. : CUSTOM CALLING

The laat game of the season is set ,

for Friday, also in Starke, against' 4' .
Baker County, a strong team that j
won over the Junior Tornadoes in __ __ ---
kUcclenny. March 16.

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Watkins, a Lawtey 4-H'er, DRESS OR JUMPER: Sr. Div: Patricia McClenaghan, baby Clay Whitaker, red; Dale Pendar CaUDAN WAINWRIGHT I
won the best of show in the Senior Cassandra Gkvens, red; Jr. Div: blanket, red.110USElOLD. vis, red. : .
4-H Division of the Home Judging In Precious Foster, red. BULLETIN BOARD: Jr. Div: 964-2236 964-9139
the Bradford County Fair last week. JUMPSUIT: Jr.Div: Lori Mosley, ARTS: Kathy Harris, blue.DCORATIVE. :
Kathie Harris of Raiford won best blue; Nelguana Holms, red. WALL HANGINGS: Jr.Div: Ryan PILLOW OR 36 Years All !
of show honors in the Junior 4-H 2PC. OUTFIT: Sr. Div: George Faulkner,blue;Jeremy Hildebrand, STUFFED ANIMAL: Jr. Div: Experience Types
Division. Miss Harris, the daughter Green, blue; Jr. Div: Kathy Harris, red; Jason Stalnaker, red; Jeremy Hildebrand, blue; Kelley Electrical Work Single and Three Phase ,
of Carol Jean and George Harris and blue and merit; Artha Reeves,blue; Stephanie SEllers, red; Emily Sellers,blue; Mandy Manning,blue:
a member of the Sunshine 4-H Club David McClenaghan, red.MISCELLANEOUS Sellers, red; Kelly Sellers; Mandy Reasonably Priced Work i
won with a 2-piece sports outfit of Jr. Div Manning, red Lori Mosley, red .. 4-H...
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blue denim with a cotton checkered page . .. .D''" I
blouse. Kathie, who sews a lot,also & II
entered a stuffed kitten, a small I
cross-stitched clown and a small 1!
chalk board. She also entered her i--::
fifth pig in the fair.
Watkins, son of Stuart and Diane USDA Choice Beef
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Sr. 4-H Winner... ;,.Ia., ,,
James Watkins,a BHS senior,won \
the sweepstakes ribbon In the Senior t
4-H Division Judging with this
ceramic checker board.
The son of Stuart and Diane _
Watkins of Lawtey James made the '''
checker board in the shape of a pig Red RipeSTRAWBERRIES
In a ceramics and pottery class at
Bradford High. James Is a memberof
the Lawtey 4-H Club.

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Kathie Harris of Raiford, a Union "
County 4-H'er. won the sweepstakesribbon Lb. 'Natuli\t= I
In the Junior 4-H Division l i 9 9
with her two-piece dress. The -gI.
daughter of George and Carol Jean lIoht..!
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cross-stitched clown, and a small =-
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Watkins, 'won with a pig-shaped 1 t t 1 n u
ceramic checker board made in a
pottery class at BHS. 1

CANDIES: Jr. .Div: Christina 9 Pk. Candy Apple Cooler/Cherry/ 9 Oz. Sirloin Entree/9 Oz. Cheese 8 Oz. R IE
Broome red ribbon.COOKIES Double Fruit Cooler/Fruit Punch/ Ravioli/8 Oz. Beef Stroganoff/9 11 ego X t ra Creamy 6 Ct. Green Giant KibblersCORNOHTHECOB
: Jr. Dlv: Chris Oz. Chicken Au Gratin/lO Oz. .
Punch/Wild COOL WHIP
Grape/Orange/Hula Berry
Newsome, blue; Christina Broome, Lasagna W/Meat/Sirloln Beef/Beef
red; Dana Newsome, red. HI-C JUICE Onental/Llnquina & Scallops Frozen
Newsome CUPCAKES, blue:; Jr.Chris Div Newsome: Dana, 1 BUDGET GOURMET _
blue; Stephanie Sellers, blue; and 09 9 9 9 9 c

Christina Sellers ICED,blue.Broome.CAKE-: Jr. Div: Kelly j 9 j $159 1 -,rs. crR) S

Emily Sellers blue.
Dana Newsome pizza, blue; i
Jeremy Hildebrand muffins, red. 11.50z. AD/EP Vacuum
BISCUITS: Jr. DiY: Chris 18.5 Oz. Food Lion Yellow/ Bag-.Folger's/130z. 22 Oz. Food Lion 10 Oz. Leaf/Chopped
Newsome, blue; Lori Mosley, red; White/Devils Food/Butter Gold
Mandy Manning, red. Vacuum Bag Master Blend COFFEE CREAMER PICTSWEET. SPINACH

ber Manning QUICK YEAST YEAST, red., blue.BREAD ROLLS BREAD cake::,:Jr.Jr.blue.Jr.Div Div Div::Mandy:Nicole Lori 59 0 $ 1 5 9 $ 1 19 Froz 2//7. 9 C !6

Mosley,yeast bear, blue.
VEGETABLES: Jr. Div: Lori J.

Mosley Newsome, peppers tomatoes,,blue.blue; Chris 'Large Roll Designer/Microwave '96' Oz. 60 Off Fabric Softener | j 14 Oz.. Beef 1, 2, 3 & 4
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mint pears, blue.; Veryulonda BOUNTY TOWELS ,SNUGGLE CYCLE DOG FOOD
Watkins pears, red.PICKLEST

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Clenaldutn, little girls apron,blue.
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Stephanie Holms, blue; Jennifer
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Jennifer '
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Wiggins' Rabbit Tops


Charmin Wiggins' pet rabbit, a Shantel Ritch of Starke, white rib- You Can Become A Qualifier For The
Cahforlan, was judged the best bon; Stacey Ritch of Starke, bluerlbbonr'
among 44 entries in the judging at Chris Newsome of Starke.
Bradford County Fair last week. bbon; Dana Newsome of
Miss Wiggins,daughter of Mr.and Starke, red ribbon; Amy Mosley of
/ Mrs. H.F. Wiggins of Starke, is a Starke, blue ribbon; Shalen Brown-
s freshman at Bradford High School. ing of Starke, red ribbon; Matthew ATAffSWIN
The two pet rabbits, the other is a Dyal of Starke, blue ribbon; Robin _
red velvet, were bought at the state Dyal of Starke, blue ribbon; Dale
fair this year. They're registeredand Pendarvis of Lawtey, blue ribbon;
supposed to be real good stock, Fredrika Radford of Starke, blue;
says Charmin's father, H.F. Lynn Folsom of Starke.blue; LeAnn
The red velvet didn't make the Folsom of Starke, blue; Bryan
t show because of ear mites, Wiggins Folsom of Starke, blue; Leslie
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The Neatness & Cleanliness of red i i-
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Shawn Gulley of Starke had the Sharpe of blue' Junior Get 15C CASHBACK on each quart package ,
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1 : blue ribbon and 2 red ribbons; Meier of Starke,blue; Heidi Mize of Valvoline Is another chance for you to t.."
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_'UIIIII,' 1.rt'! U 'I'i" '. 8AM1WIC- _,......J"I._____ I This agabl plant owned by Bill Hafteker of Hampton won Best of Show
honors In the Adult Division of the Horticulture judging at the Bradford
Spider Plant Wins... County Fair.Mayhaw.
Hafetaker has had the plant 10 years. It was given to Mafteker his
Jones' received and in by
Becky spider plant as wedding gift put a father-in-law Kenneth Cane.
stump grow, won Best or Class honors in the Horticulture show at the --
county fair. .. .a........ t2..'u
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Winning Bromeliad... f::H:: ::. r :
Diploma by taking the G.E.D. Christy Meyers, a senior at Bradford High, is shown with her :::::: :
bromeliad which won Best of Show honors In horticulture judging at the :;W :;::
test. For further information, county fair.Christy works with the plant in an agriculture class at the Vo- -' :'" t
Tech Center with Advisor Walt Westcott. _
call 964-6800 ext 122. H i.: J I _
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Deadline for registering is .

April 27, 1989. -5. w J. ;

Testing dates and times are as Bradford County Fair M C -

follows: Winning Entries n .Y [> TI i-t--

Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. Jelly Wins...

This jar of mayhaw jelly won the
5:30: 5:30: 5:30: 5:30: p.m. sweepstakes prize for Edna NortonIn ;
the Canned Goods Division of the
Food Department at the county fair. y
Mrs. Norton goes to the mayhaw LVt
festival at Colquitt Ga.each In may.

Mrs. Norton entered 22 Items In ., ,, ,..
the canned goods and breads. She ,.,,,"\.\,, ,,, .f J
also had a red chicken glzard plant
Sweet Violet.
which won Best of Class honors In ..
the horticulture judging. Carol Wise shows her huge
NOTICENOTICE ----- African violet, a Best of Class win-
ner In the Horticulture judging.at the
county fair.
Ms. Wise the violet
-r put year-old
AND APPLICATION FOR under flourescent lights which burn
24 hours a'day at the Brooker Gas
Plant'Where she works and it took
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3 Sisters Creations, Inc. News.
197.222.: F.S.allow an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer who electsto .
Edwards Rd.
107 E
installment method shall make based estimated tax which shall
pay taxes by the payments upon an
Anyone interested in keepingscore
be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property in the preceding year. 964-3294 for baseball and Softball

games please contact the Recrea-

N First Installment Payment: One quarter of the total) estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment N SUN RENTALS now Softball in progress.and T-Ball Deadline registration to sign up Is
shall be made not later than June 30,1989. A taxpayer must make the j is May 23. Fee: $10.
first Installment payment in order to participate in this plan. Baseball
0I 0 Ylllia.RENTTO umpires clinic will be
Tuesday, April 4, at 6 p.m. at Ed-
Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4)%. Payment STEREO'S VCR's APPLIANCES wards Road Little League Field. $15
T shall be made not later than September 30 1989. T per game will be paid to Dixie Boys
FURNITURE umpires. Anyone interested may
I Third Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any contact the Recreation Dept.,
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability I 'oln4'it" (> .th* I1Uiundqrnit'. >. :InveKf. i rJw, : :!(ult-tze: 964-6792.
waahe;' :_ "dry.t I.today. : oi onfY' S2O:9S.rpei:: .we r
C discounted 3% Payment shall be made not later than December 31. Anyone interested in umpiring
1989. C Softball for men and women shouldbe
No Credit Checks a Same Day Delivery at Pratt Street Center Tuesday,
E Fourthln.tallm.ntP.ym.nt: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any E e No Down Payment Full 1 1/2 Yr.Parts& Labor April 18, at 7 p.m. for an organiza-
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability. No No Long Term Obligation e Friendly Service tional meeting.
discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31.1990. Ceramics classes are held each
THE BEST DEALS UNDER THE SUN Monday night, 7-10 p.m. and
If you have received an application to pay 1989 taxes by installment and it Is your intent to exercise 1363 S.Walnut St Wednesday mornings, 9 a.m. until
your rights under this law.then please complete the application below and mail or file with your countytax 964-9059 noon. Lillie Ann Johns, instructor.
collector prior to May 1.1989. The absolute deadline for filing the application Is April 30 19B9. Any Wal Mart Plaza Classes held in old armory (the
application filed after April 30 will not be considered The postmark on applications mailed to the tax Starke Recreation Department),
collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional application forms may be
obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:

Mail completed application to: Esther S. Hall Tax CollectorP NOTICE OF RE-BID "

0 Drawer 969

Starke Fl. 32091

_ _ _ _ DETACH -. - _ -
The Bradford County. Board of Commissioners
RETURN THIS APPLICATION TO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR PRIOR TO MAY 1. 1989. UPON RECEIPT. THE TAX open sealed bids on Monday June 5, 1989, at 10:00: a.m. in the

I Courthouse Starke Florida for a PABX (Private Access Branch
I Exchange) electronic telephone system for the Bradford

hereby make application to participate in the installment Property I.D.No._______ ________ County Courthouse. For copies of specifications or if there are
for the 1989 tax it the 1988 Tax Notice
payment plan year. Legal Description as Appears on
Receipt: any questions regarding this bid. please contact Mr. Joe

Riddick, County Commissioner at ((904)) 964-6280,,or ((904))


address Sealed bids can be mailed or hand delivered to the Bradford

County Courthouse. Clerk of Court P.O. Drawer B, Starke.. FL

Phone Number 32091. .
Please PrintNOTICE

.. Florida Law requires that your estimated taxes must be more than $100.00 in order to participate In the Installment THE BOARD OF COUNTY,COMMISSIONERS RESERVE THE
P.y".nt""n. If your estimated taxes for 1989 are 100.00 or..less you do not qualify for this plan. RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL PROPOSAL IF BIDS FOR r
You must make the first Installment payment not later than June 30th.bt order to participate this plan. Once you have ..
elected to participate .In the .Installment payment plan by timely paying the first payment your are required to continue THE PABX (PRIVATE ACCESS BRANCH EXCHANGE) : ,
participation for the tan year. If you elect to discontinue participation you will not be entitled to receive the discounts ELECTRONIC TELEPHONE SYSTEM. *' *'" .;.. ,- :;
provided by law. Installment payments that become delinquent shall be paid with the next Installment payment. 1 '," .
Discount shaH not be allowed on delinquent payments. ; .

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l #you have questions,please contact the Tax Collector's Office at the following locations( }:

: are Fl 32QL courthouse__ Board of County Commissioners-4j' ..;\.X-:.>, Clerk to the BoardW'
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The Lake Butler Junior FFA Reserve Champion Steer...
Chapter's Limousin
chapter steer won before.
bteer was judged the grand champion of the 1989 show Strawberry Queen Wanda Mueller presents the Union FFA'er Lance Peacock showed the! reserve Strawberry Queen Wanda :Mueller presents the :
and sale at the Bradford County Fair. Locals The trophy.The buyer Is llarlls Ellington,and Richie Yar- steers champion In the steer, another Limousin as were most trophy. Pritchett Trucking (;011 the buyer
Telegraph talked to can't remember when an FFA borough Is showing the steer. 1989 show. represented by John Pritchett.
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The Lake Butler Junior FFA The reserve champion was a honors in the home grown division. Z
Chapter steer,shown by Richie Yar- Limousin steer shown by Lance The total sale of the 40 steers was The Senior Class showmanship sponsor, the Lake Butler Farm First Place Herdsmanship Award
borough,was the grand champion of Peacock, a Union County FFA stu- $88,457. with an average of $2,211. award was won by Bo Hersey, Center. went to Andy Smith, B-FFA; second
the 17th Annual BradfordUnionSteer dent who had the grand championtwo Add-ons brought the sale$115,521,an B-FFA. Hersey received a trophy The over-all performance award place Bo Hersey. B-FFA, and third
Show and Sale. years ago. The reserve cham- average of$2.49 per pound. and a $500 cash award from the went to Lake Butler Jr. FFA place to Josh Suggs, U-FFA. The
The Limousin steer, 1,342pounds, pion steer weighed 1,198 pounds and The average ring sale price was sponsor, Robert: Worrell Construction Chapter, sponsored by the Zedra Herdsman Awards are sponsored by II
brought$4 per pound in the ring bid brought $2.75 from buyer Pritchett 191. It's not a record price,but they Co.of Worthington Springs.The Hamilton Family. The chapter
t." ding. Successful buyer was Harlis Trucking of Lake Butler. sold good. Junior Class showmanshipaward received a plaque and a check for See... Steer... Pace 68
Ellingston Construction Co. of Lake The grand champion and reserve was won by Jason Davison, $150.This award Includes herdsman-
Butler. champion steers also won those The Awards... U-FFA. Davison received a trophy ship, placing, performance in the
and a $300 cash award from the .ring, record book points, etc. I b.._ ___ .

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reserve home grown champion hog .Theressa. 3-way Hampshire, Duroc, and Spot Bobbie Westcott's reserve champion ,i .. aLk" .r- "
were litter-males and were shown The reserve champion hog was Danielle Hersey, 14, showed the cross hog brought $3.55 per pound hog, a Spot cross weighed 223 0; .. :f' 11 I
by sisters,Danielle and Tori Hersey Uhown by,Bobbie Westcott daughter grand champion and .the home from Triest...:; struction. Co., of,.., 'SWa_ :.to,I '" ., ''. ... .,.
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'First come-First served! ,

Any Orian Wells Drastic Inventory ORIAN WELLS says, "Any New Olds or --J

Factory Evaluation Reduction During April! Chevy In Stock Will Be DISCOUNTED." \ ,

Vehicle with over
*2.9% APR AvailableUp
3,000 miles will be Come preview DON'T' DARE PURCHASE A CAR' _

sold at $100. overinvoice. to $1500. CASH the All New OR. TRUCK ANYWHERE BEFORE

i Ask us to BACK

see it. .SchxtodModels/L4atonttts/ 1990 ISM COMPARING, OUR PRICES! crowd ftbva4erLoriCIenIl--.ltbe at thoKH Tonal

Tournament.making,to the
em!'final*In the.._'*dlvlsfon.A .

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with all types 89 models

(4x4's), S-10 P/UP's, S-10 Vs. The

Blazer 1/2 P/UP's, K Blazers
4 &'Suburbans!

Tommy Fault Danny Nugent DeBorah Rothberg Terry Blakeslee'r.1 in Tourney
) The Keystone Height tennis
88 Nissan Sentry 88 Grand Am 89 Chevy Caprice 86 Chevy Celebrity 86 Extended UIl tourney went off without a hitch
last weekend with
2dJ:,fire engine red, 4 cb:,lWly bdcdl Brougham $5!I.995 Cab P/U awarded In eight trophies
P a 84For'dDrmco4d SAYS Get your car ready categories.
19OOOmUea. 13,000ml1ca
4OOOOmL.now In A division
b.l d 3y.-5O. OO mL : men's singles. Ed
......ty.Od..IioaS20.639 6 rypa bmno1ad 4.pd 39 Ado paint,3/4 tan.of for summer" Agranowltz. a Keystone Heights
ni I optiON High School faculty member,
$5 995 8995 'i 7,995 '7,888 '9 995 F- ... -- - r- = -- - defeated Ed DeKeyser. also of
I Mr. Qoodwiwnch AIR 1 I Mr.Qoodwrcnoh COOLING I KH. 6-0. 6-210 the final
CONDITION CHECK UP I SYSTEM FLUSH I Agranowltz. holder of over 200
89 Olds Cutlass T-BIrd 87 Dodge Vl Ton 87 S-10 Blazer 86 Celebrity I "1ie1-.de 95 11 i,....._ I tennis titles and high spots on
Supreme 12,000iniles$600 SWB 2WD _4JR Eurosport I 'i-arvs $1 I.1 '":: .4 95 I the United States Tennis AssoOrig. -
.MSJU>$15,407 down with APP Ott V 8,eurtom whla. 6 cyI..AI,AD the A steal Q only... 1__ Cjugon yx ).mrouptiApl:. : .19M. _r 1_ _Coupon' :. ij tort 1W0_ .. ciation's state rankings wasted
--NOW stereo., PP11orul I -----------1" -- ---- -- -- little time, In his march to his
I Mr.Qoodwranch ENGINE 1, Mr.Oeodwiwnch BRAKE I second straight KH Invitational '
11 995 9995 87 995 $1 0,995s5,995 I TUNE SPECIAL II OVERHAUL I title dispatching KHHS varsity
I I I I team player Lee Glenn 6-3.6-4
I 4't. $4995 In his opening match then defeating -
S7 S.10 88. Plymouth LE 84 Olds Clera LS 8.4 Ford Bronco 86 S-IO >.* atl6y I 11.-dru.$159951: : Mark Friedlln 6-0. 6-3 In
Extended Cab, 4.,1 owns,all ,4x4 Extended Cab l tCIoo..r v : :the
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4x4.bid beauty,6 ''9roocJ&raIn,ala! poWc low milea. 4x4, "| __ __ __ ___ -_ __ (!advanced with a 6-1. 6-3 openIng -
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In the semi's.' Smith beat Lee
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Cites Health Reasons...

f UCHS Football Coach ResignsJim

' Niblack, football coach at level." He did not, however, com has many fine players coming up, levels of football,including- jobs with
Union County High School in Lake pletely rule out the possibility of and should be heard from in the UF. the University of Kentucky, the
f f', Butler for the past three years, announced returning to football. Niblack said future. We also got the athletic Buffalo Bills of the NFL, the
his resignation Tuesday. his immediate plans are to work for department out of debt for the first Jacksonville entries in the short-
I Union County is now taking aplica- Clearbrook Industries, a water time in 10 years. I'd like to thank all lived World Football League, and
r tions through May 2 for the dual role purification system company head- who helped." more recently with the Chicago fran-
of head football and athletic director quartered in Birmingham, Ala. chise in the Arena Football League.
positions Niblack held. Spring foot- "I thoroughly enjoyed my three Niblack recommended assistant Marsan Boyd who will be prin-
ball practice is scheduled\ to begin years at Union County High School," head coach Carlton Faulk for the cipal at Union County High School
f May 1.The. Niblack said. "1 feel we put the program head coaching position. "I highly effective July 1, said applicants for
coach of the 1980 Gainesville back in good shape and predict recommend Carlton", Niblack said the head coach-athletic director job
High state championship team, future success for years to come. In Tuesday. "Ills defense led the area should contact her at Lake Butler
58-year-old Niblack said, "At this football, we won almost as many in 1987 and 1988." Middle School, 1-496-3046. "I've had
point my arthritic condition has games in three years (05 games) as A former Gainesville High and no official applicants yet," Boyd
worsened to the point it is impossiblefor they did in the previous: seven years University of Florida football said.""We're Just posting the job to-
mo fo carry on at the high school (IB rr"T "In" Pniinty player, Niblack has ronrhpH nt nil day.


Insurance Specialists

Answering QuestionsIn

Starke 4/25

Insurance specialists from the W'LPRICES >rn-DLrth
Fla. Dept. of Insurance. will be in
Starke on April 25, to help con-
sumers with their insurance problems
or questions.
Specialists will be on hand from 10
a.m. to 12 noon at the Courthouse.
There is no charge, and the public is
encouraged to attend. Anyone experiencing
an insurance problem
should bring his or her insurance
policy and any other relevant
documents with them to review withan
insurance specialist.For GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: u.cNOic.
more information call the STARKE
Jacksonville Service Office, 4I11WllfMADIIOUTREI'
904-359-6146. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE

Scheduled'In'Alabama O'Connell May Group Center 12 With EVERYDAY Low PricesBE CHUCK l BONELESS

American Music Awards 1989
Favorite Country Group 'Alabama'
will perform at the O'Connell Centeron ROAST
Friday, May 12 at 7:30: p.m. This From WINN..DIXIE .
will be the group's; first return visitto
Gainesville since their March, _
1985 concert at the O'Connell Center.
Alabama has generated 17 You don't have to -
number one singles and numerous L U E
awards including! People's Choice -

Favorite Academy Entertainer Musical of of the Country Year.Group usic--and i spend a fortune to .io7

Special guests Eddy Raven and
Shenandoah will be appearing with
Alabama. Shenandoah currently hasa .,' make a great meal !
hit single, "The Church on ',;
Cumberland Road". j \ '_I .....
Tickets for the concert are $16.50 t : ) '
(general public), $15.50 (UF I : : r.j'; ). ': When you're doing the LB.

students at University Box Office only ..t. \* .1.0 t'V c: cooking, you want recipes
) plus $1.25 service charge. All > W-O BRAND u.s. CHOICE BEEF BONELE
seats are reserved. .. o ., : ,', f i1u that are worth the time and CHUCK STEAK 227
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m., ? ::J the . LaI.
Monday, Apr. 17 at all Ticketmaster 1y money.for shopdon't
outlets. Charge by phone orders will t!'liW' ,.' just price,
be accepted by both 392-1653 (local) ;:$ ..
: value What is GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO
and 353-3309 (Ticketmaster) \ too. good a
For further information, contact \
the O'Connell Center, 3925500. t. cheap price on meat if itdoesn't FEED THE HUNGRY.IT .
: ,: -, taste good? Nobody'sgonna .
't it. ,,,, ,, ..,.. .. '
Apr. 27 Meeting I f eat Come to ... NI,1. -1. 'h' e f!When you buy !

Set to Discuss .. WINN-DIXIE, the Beef groceries, |lust ask

I Protection ofIchetucknee ,, "' People. We've got outstanding 1 __"1__ bI your'even cashier up" your to

ParkThe total to the
.' ./ of Natural Resourceswill
Dept. "
hold a public hearing to discuss ,1 day. Real value. You can't funds collected will

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Two Hampton Men Wayne Stone of Windsor was struck Inmate Crushed to allow DOT to widen the road. An ment to answer questions about a remove all of his clothing at which
in with a chain by Paladino. After being 18-Inch deep trench had already possible kidnapping. time Mann drove off in the Mercury,
Charged FightTwo struck with the chain he was then By Wall of Stone been dug around the base of the wall Kenneth Dale Mann was positively said Short.
Hampton men were arrested stabbed by Bradley with a knife, A Florida State Prison inmate on the west side of the road when the identified as the person who forced a Detective Paul Jaros returned Mc
early Sunday morning after they said King. Sone left with a relative, died Monday when a stone column east wall collapsed at 10:30: a.m. Georgia man to drive him to Call to Bradford County where he
allegedly beat and stabbed a man and went to Windsor where he was? being moved by a work crew fell on Green was serving a 4Vi year Keystone and later stole the victim'scar Identified Mann from a photo lineup.
during a fight. later transported to Alachua" him. sentence after being convicted in according to Patrolman M. T. The Mercury was later located at
Thomas Acey Paladino, 24, and General Hospital by a rescue unit. Leroy Green, 32, of Hillsborough 1988 for grand theft and throwing a Short. Pep-O's in Starke and returned to
Thomas Moab Bradley, 26, were Stone was operated on due to the County was crushed and apparently deadly; missile into an occupied Late April 8 William Dean McCallof McCall, said Short.
charged with aggravated battery stab wound to the stomache.April 19 died Instantly, according to prison dwelling. Cairo, GA was stopped: for a traffic The investigation continues as
April 16, according to Deputy Barry Stone's condition had improved but spokesperson Paula Green signal at US-301 and Edwards R. Mann is sought by authorities.
King. he was still in SICU,according to a was one of six inmates from Ounitmoving In Starke when a man jumped inside
About 3 several hospital spokesperson. Police Search his 1977 white Mercury Marquis and
a.m. persons were an 18 foot by eight foot high
Paladino was released after a told him to drive, said Short. When
whose dog the'meanest' wall formed Traffic Court
arguing over was stone columns and that For Local ManA
outside Ted Curtis store in $5,000 cash bond was posted. the base for a sign at the entrance to they neared Keystone Heights on
Hampton at SR-18 and CR-221, said Bradley was released on his own the prison grounds. The walls on 27-year-old Starke man is being CR-214,the victim said he was forc- Finals in BradfordThe
King. During the argument Billy recognizance.! each side of SR-16 are being moved sought by the Starke Police Depart- ed to get out of his vehicle and following cases received final
disposition in Bradford County Traf-
fic Criminal Court April 4 before
Judge George H. Pierce.

Jackie Joyce Bates pled guilty no
driver license (NVDL)
valid ;
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Bates pled guilty a second charge
NVDL; $50 court costs.
III Kevin Allen Ritchie pled guilty
Ilp i NVDL; fined $120.25.
I David T. Smadbeck pled guilty
driving while license suspended or
revoked DWLS); fined $120.25.
_ Smadbeck pled guilty unlawful
speed; fined $112.
-- STORE Harley Waldron pled no contest
driving under influence (DUI); fin-
HOURS ed $700, license suspended six mon-

-o. .. a 8 A.M. ths, 50 hours community work at-
I .r.r A tend DUI schoool,Tri County Proba

-- tion one year.
W-D BRAND SMOKED I1TpM. iGIG' case Waldron dismissed.pled no contest NVDL;

PORK HICKORY SWEETSLICED Alson Charles Masters pled no
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. contest DUI, fined $962.50, license
suspended five years ten days in
SHOULDERPICNIC APRIL 20-26, 9 89 SUPERBRAND Jail, Tri County Probation one year.
QUANTITY RIGHTS Robert Wayne Tyson pled guilty
DUI; fined $437.50 license suspended -
tBACON ICE CREAM six months 50 hours community
work attend DUI school,Tri County
supervision one year.
William Frederick Moore pled
guilty DUI; fined $700, license :
suspended six months, attend DUI
school, 50 hours community work,
Tri County Probation one year.
Moore pled guilty refusing to ac-
cept ana sign summons; fined
$120.25, Tri County Probation. j I
Moore pled not guilty open con-
tainer of alcohol; case dismissed. i!
Edward Clifford Place pled no \
contest leaving accident without
aid; fined$120.25,60 days Tri County

HALF Probation..
Place pled no contest to expired
LB. LB. GAL. tag; ordered to pay$52 court costs.
Myles A. Campbell pled no contest
$169 0 CHOCOLATE VANILLA BANANA NEOPOLITAN Stephen Ross James pled no con-
HAMS La 0 0 0 0 0 LB. 0 FUDGE ROYALE BUTTERSCOTCH ROYALE test DUI; fined $700, license
suspended five years, attend DUI
school, ten days in jail on weekends,
FRYER CALIFORNIA BUTT i James charged with careless driv-
t $217 : ing; case dismissed.
F- h' THIGHS ROAST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 u J, .". ,' ':It" PORK ROAST Quinlon Alford Cruce pled no con

W-D BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF ",..:.. test DWLS; fined $120.25.
BONELESS $ 17"" $137 Cruce pled no contest using license
from another state dismissed.
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BElECT lEAN MEATY :ssra. DOWN Qt. 9I.. .' Y J13y LBc')( [AcnH "4 Cruce; court costs/it t"J.rf/i "'' ''\(1/1
dud utl-B.. pled no contest expired tag;
t TO 11 LB.PKO. $1 FARMSTEAD 1 fined $120.25.

48e PORK CHOPS La Misdemeanor Court
E SELECT LEANBOSTON Randy Kent Barnett pled no con-
GRANNY PACK ciiiEAK BUTT test to a misdemeanor; $75 court
< DELMO $157
0 0 L. Norman Suggs pled guilty
WHITING !tt 3 William
or 000' WoO BRAND US.CHOICE Community State possession drug paraphernalia; 28
GRANNY PACK .. Sll7 COUNTRY STYLE BANK AT Bank days in jail to run concurrent with
2LI $398 $247 WINNOIXIEW0 IDC other cases (battery, opposing of-
GROUPER FILLETS STEAK without violence, possessionless
u LB. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 La ficer
than 20 grams marijuana,
HARVEST trespass after warning, possessionof
EVERYDAY EVERYDAY EVERYDAY drug paraphernalia, possession of
credit for time served,
JOAN ) LOW PRICE LoW pRICE uDW pRICE FRESH court probation one year.

ofARG Robert Wayne Tyson pled guilty
I 1 PRODUCENature resisting arrest without violence;
tip fined $120.25, Tri County Probationone
__ s s B 1 s year.
I I l Bertell Warren pled guilty

Nature makes the produce. trespass; costs waived, 60 days
S 1 e 1 WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. court probation.Scott .
S William Boyd pled guilty
trespass; $105 court costa.
HARVEST FRESH Ruth Helen Nybert pled guilty
RED RIFE disorderly intoxication; 60 days
court probation, $52 court costs.
STRMHSB1ES Douglas Hinson Hardy pled no
contest battery; ; fined$120.25.
., Alford Griffin pled no contest petit
.o.w. +y theft (two counts); two days in jail
1gg with credit for time served.
-PINT! dismissed.Griffin pled no contest trespass;

Jack Creamer pled no contest

FLORIDA possession of drug paraphernalia;
fined $137.50, six months court probation

.u George Augusta Smith pled guilty
4-PI. 9ge J ORANGE$ trespass; 14 days in jail with credit
THRIFTY MAIDTOMATOES BISCUITS 0 0 0 0 0 0 .4, /' EGGO for time served, Tri County Probation \
.... WAFFLES $1110 six months,75 hours communitywork.
2 1 1 eAAO Smith pled guilty petit .theft;
QUARTERS . PII sentenced to run concurrent.The .
$10911k1z. eight convenience store clerks
A 3 HALFMOON 8-CT. HARVEST FRESHD'ANJOU charged with selling intoxicants to a
CHEESE lea$129. PKG. minor pled guilty or no contest; they
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1114 were ordered to pay $52 court costs I
FARMER CHOICE PEARS $50 for sheriff's investigative fundand

THRIFTY CUT GREENBEANS MAID SUPERBRAND $109 SHOESTRINGPOTATOES 2 .. 7ge Ji' placed on 60 days court proba-
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Police r Y ttMa Should Be A

Respond in March Dining .

To 821 Calls

Police officers In the city of Starke
responded to a total of 821 calls during
the month of March, according Relaxing Experience
to Chief Jimmy Epps.
The total number includes Issuing ,
147 traffic citations, processing a
total of 43 traffic accidents, making _
28 felony and 28 misdemeanor ar %
rests. i
Two new officers, Cheryl Belcher ,
and Perry T.Gorman,have betn! ad- 1.
ded to the force, according to Chief r
Epps. t

Recent ArrestsIn I T Tr ,

Bradford I
CountyThe .
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following arrests were made ,I
by local authorities in Bradford Currency and Crack Seized... -

County. Starke Chief of Police Jimmy
Eppx display evidence recovered from a
March 22 arrest on E. Brownler Itoixl.
Robert Melton Stebbins, 21, was Perry Lewis Keaton, zoo with a Jacksonville address was observed tryIng +r .t
arrested April 12 for violation of probation to tell crack cocaine at TIIK Apis, according!: to authorities. An
for dealing in stolen property, anonymous tip led police to the area. Kraton was airesled. charged with f
according to Deputy Gene Lee. He two counts each of possession of cocaine and possession of 4
Il U'lhl'I"nalla. -
was picked up from Alachua County. .

Bond was sat $2,500. fiscated.Approximately $382 In cash and :ltd I grams of crack cocaine was con 3 --V

Todd Eric Jackson, 25, was arrested Keaton, who had a Hampton address is a familiar face on the drug
April 16 for possession of scene lie has been' arrested
by most of the law enforcement officers in
crack cocaine
Patrolman Jerry Feltner according Bond to the city and county. In I1IH8 lip was arrested u| least five times, charged r
was with possession, sale, .a
delivery aggravated aNsiiiill mid resisting arrest.
set at$5,000 cash or surety.
lie was placed on five years probation last November for the lilSH
charges,lie was to serve six months in a Keslitiillon Center.drug V
Keith McCoy Jones, 25, of Qld IVCome
Lawtey Rd was arrested April 15 for ,
possession of controlled substance,
resisting arrest without violence,according paraphernalia according to reported stolen about two miles
to Patrolman William Patrolman Dale Griffis. Bond was south of Ilaiford on SIt-121 in Union
Brown. Jones ran into the woods as set at $1,000 he was released on his County at 12:19: a.m. when Deputy J.
the officer attempted to questionhim own recognizance. Mmshcw stopped her and took her To !
into custody.March Denny's
tripped, fell and was ap-
prehended.. Bond was set at $5,525 Traffic 21 the owner of the vehicleLinda
Garmon of Starke, reportedithat
cash )
or surety.
Steve Thornton 19, was arrested
her vehicle
stolen. She
April 16 for driving under influence she had loaned I the was vehicle to Mullins said Tired of standing in long lines? Then ... - - ..
Brian Scott Hudson, 24, was ar-
DUI). while license
rested April 15 for possession of suspended driving(DWLS), according to but it had Khoden not been and returrned.Deputy Chief Deputy. take a load off your feet and cruise on over I I '

crack cocaine, according to Trooper D. Hudson. Bond was s11i1 Pat Henry transported) MullniK to to Denny's.At .
Patrolman Gordon Smith. Hudson\ I :
$2,000 he was released on his own
Bradford County from the Union
was for weaving a passenger the in a vehicle with stopped recognizance. County Jail, charging her with the Denny's you'll find yourself sitting \lJenn+ iiJ I
on highway on-
theft. April 18 she was returned to down in a pleasant
ly one brake) light. He attempted to Ernest Simon Cownrt, 33. of Union to face there. relaxing atmosphere. I
conceal the rocks under his leg,said Starke was arrested April 15 for charges And instead of waiting on yourself, we wait
Smith.Bond was set at$5,000 cash or DUI,refusing to sign citation,according I I
surety. to Deputy Harvey Hhodrn. More Pot Plants on you. Quickly and cheerfully. I I

Christopher Scott Olin, 26, was ar- Bond on was his own set at recognisance.$750 he was released Found in BradfordAn About the only thing that rivals our I $LOO Off AnyDenny's I
rested April 14 for possession of drug attentive service is our delicious food.
marijuana plants
paraphernalia, according to Michael Thomas Mullan was arrested were found April 12 in the Santa Ke And talk about Whatever DinnerEntree ,
Patrolman Mack Short. Bond was April 12 violation fo probation .I- swamp in Bradford County.! variety. you'rehungry f ;
set at $500, he was released on his DUI and improper for we've
IIgl.IIt'I'OI' No arrests have been made in the got it. Fluffy omelettes. I I
own recognizance.
ding to Deputy Charles Carter. Bond
recent find which came days afterthe
he WI1I1I'l'II'IIII'ct.m Mouth-watering burgers. Savory steaks.
set at
was $407
Thomas Lee Bankston, 35, was ar- his own recognizance. arrest of three Bradfordresidents Salads I Offer valid for entire party. I.
for growing and too
rested April 13 for aggravated battery prixesstng
more than 1,800 plants on their 1 Not valid with'any other offer.
according to Patrolman Short. And, for convenience, most Denny's I
Bond was set at $1,000. he was Woman Charged property, according to Deputy your Offer valid through April 30,
released on his own recogniance.James Harvey lihoden. The 76)plants found are open 24 hours. I I
With Auto Theft AIriI12nv..ragc'd three feel tall. 1989 at Denny's of Starke.
Howard Meshan 1:1. was A Union County woman was Deputy Khoden was the arresting! Breakfast lunch and dinner, Denny's is I Beverage not included. I
arrested April 17 for obstruction by a charged with auto theft after, she officer in the April 6. Others participating the only place we know where you can eat I I
disguised person according to failed to return a vehicleshe investigation were Joe
Patrolman Brown. Meshan is bring allegedly borrowed. Uobelhcr and Jim Scott of the whatever you want. And still lose wait. L.. _ _ _..
detained for DeLand authorities. Debra Lee Mulhns 30, of I lake Florida Department of law Knforcement : -
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1 >>kVandebeth Allen of Gainesvillewas charged with grand theft, accordingtq Henry.' Hwy 301 North (N. Temple Ave.) 96460Qt (:
arrested April 17 for possessionof Deputy Harvey lihoden:Mullum. The twiPriiiirljiuina) !.pilcsjprt' appaKiilly )- T lv 'ii'ikj.,i"xrfi u<*.C5 (.*AJlr; '. ;+ rt
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II Steer Judging Results 'frontpage

the Starke and Lake Butler Rotary the first steer bought by W.D in re- Ginger Adams B.4H, Limousin Cross, 1.188, $1.50, Dr. Lyn Schlof- Florida Livestock Market, FFA and Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge;Cen-
Clubs. cent years. 1,393, $1.50, B & Ii Electric Contractors man and Dr. Pete Gianas. State Officer Team and Area II Vice- tral Telephone Co., Keystone State
Top record books honors went to: Buddy Hersey, U-FFA, Limousin, Cathy Tarleton, U-FFA, Simmen- President, North Florida Farm Bank, Bradford County Farm
Senior Class: first place, Cathy 1 181, $2.00, Lake Butler Apparel. Tricia Bath, B-4H, Limousin tal Cross, 1,246, $1.50, Interstate Credit Service,Davis,Monk&Farn- Bureau, James (Cobby) Wain-
Tarleton. U-FFA; second place, Andy Christie Floyd, U-FFA, Limousin, Cross, 1,033, $1.60, Archie Tanner Electric Supply. sworth, Edwards River Ranch, wright, Bradford School Board,
Smith, B-FFA. The award is 1,217, $2.30, All Pro Auto Parts of Funeral Home and Bradford Convalescent Britt Harrell, U-FFA, Limousin, Triest Construction COt Archer Lewis Timber Co., Harold and Faye
sponsored by Property Appraiser Lake Butler. 1,075, $1.90, Woodland Hydraulic. Funeral Home, S.C. & It Custom Waters Starke Rotary Club Mr.
Jimmy Alvarez. Sarah Douglas, B-4H, Limousin Philip Crawford, B-4H, Limousin, Lane Wiggins B-FFA, Limousin, Meats, Olen Parrish Farms,Robert, and Mrs. Jim Womack, Stumps
Junior Class: first place, Lake 1,002 $2.20, Denmark Furniture of 1,137, $1.70, Harlis Ellington Con 1,113, $1.60, Hillandale Farms. Brenda and Jamie Whitehead Prit Department Store.
Butler Jr. FFA Chapter; second Starke. struction Co. Tommy Balkcom, B-FFA, Santa chett Trucking, Howard Auto Parts, Union add-ons: WoodlandHydraulic
place, Wade Howell Jr., U-FFA Sean Starling, Bradford Senior Josh Crawford, B-4H, Limousin Gertrutis, 1,203 $160 Bradford Andrews Drugs of Lake Butler. & Equipment, Southern
j Sponsor is Property Appraiser Jim- Chapter FFA steer Limousin Cross, Cross, 1,195, $1.70, Triest Construction Telegraph and Orian Wells Bradford add-ons: Denny's Copy Products Osteen and Son
my Alvarez. 1,140, $2.50, Publix Supermarkets. and Teal Tile and Carpet. Chevrolet-Olds. Restaurant, Wiggins Limousin Feed, Jimmy ii. Waters Construction -
4.11 Record Book Contest: 1)) Jeff Williams, U-FFA, Limousin Derich Thomas, U-FFA,Limousin Jason Davison U-FFA, Limousin Farm, Southeast Power Corp.; Union School Board, Union
Sarah Douglas, B-4H; second place, Cross,1,169,$1.70,Hillandale Farmsof Cross $1,046, $1.60, Howard Auto Cross, 1,300, $2.00, Harlis Ellington Courthouse officials: County Judge County Commissioners,Union Coun-
Jason Stalnaker U-4H, and third Lake Butler. Construction. George Pierce, Property Appraiser ty Courthouse officials, Jerry and
I place a tie: Philip, B-4H, and Chris Josh Suggs, U-FFA, Limousin, Robin Bryan U-FFA, Limousin Jason Stalnaker, U-4H, Limousin, Jimmy Alvarez, County Clerk Ray Bobbie Whitehead, Lewis TimberCo.
1,172, $1.60, Lake Butler
Stalnaker, U-4H. The is 1.80 Publix Supermarkets. Apparel. Hall ., Davison Co. Inc.
sponsor 1,240 986, $1.90, Triest Construction Co. Norman, Tax Collector Esther ,
sponsored The Rancher, Inc of Stephanie Gainey, B-4H,Limousin Howell Jr., U-FFA, ...... ..
& Limousin, 1,018, $1.80, Lake Butler Griffis, U-FFA, Hereford, .vv. rirv. ....... ...
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Weight Gain Contest 1)) Jason Dealers Bank and Big Springs Cattle Apparel.Terry Market.
Davison, U-FFA, sponsored by Whitehead, B-FFA, .
John B FFA
Co.Chris Dempsey Limousin
I Gator II Farm Supply; 2) Tommy Stalnaker, U-4H, Limousin Limousin Cross, 1,144, $1.60, Hillan 1,211, $1.60, Gainesville Livestock -L at Joan'sfor
Balkcom B.FFA, sponsored by The Cross, 1,166, $1.60, Pritchett Truck dale Farms. Market. Shop
Gold Kist Store 3) Lake Butler ing Bill Harrison, B FFA, Limousin, Steve Peacock U-FFA, Limousin
Junior FFA Critia Addison U-FFA Limousin. 1,204. $2.00, W.W. Gay Contractors.
Chapter, sponsored by Cross, 1,120 $2.00, Farmers and
i Old Glory Feed Store. 1,260, $2.00, Marvin Pritchett andJohn Butler Senior FFA steer, Dealers BankTommy .
shown by Mitch Richards,Limousin,
The individual steers were sold Whitehead.
Hamilton, B-FFA,
by: Lance Bishop, U-FFA, Limousin, 1,063 $1.90 Publix Supermarkets.Bradford Hereford, Triest Con
1,232, $1.70,
Bo Hersey, B-FFA, Angus Cross 1,079, $1.90, United Show, Inc., the Jr. FFA Chapter steer, struction Co.AddOns. y- rz1ie finest in Ladies
shown by David Lizenbee, Limousin
Limousin 1,198 2.50 per pound, midway people.
bought by Triest Construction Co. Jason Waters, U-FFA Limousin Cross, 1,014 $2.00, Florida National .
Andy Smith, B.FFA, Limousin 1,113 $1.80, Peacock and Ward Bank. Across the board add ons, covering
Cross, 1,077, $2.10, Community State Timber. Kevin Hamilton B-FFA, both Bradford and Union steers: fashions
Bank. Mark Touchstone, U-FFA, Hereford 1,150, $1.80, Jerry Hamm Shadd Trucking, Harlis Ellington
Donnie Oden B.FFA, Limousin, Limousin 1,179, $1.60, Mid.Florida Chevrolet. Construction.' Florida- Pest.. .-Control"__,,.
1.147, $1.90. bought; bv Winn Dixie. Trucking. Christina Bath. B-4H Limousin
Lady Bug Florist r Come in and see our

f Swine Results from the Fair. ,
from page 1B 1005 S.WaterSt. a Spring & Summer

pounds and brought $2.25 per pound from the audience for his offer. Davison Construction Starke FL collections.
from the Starke Rotary Club. The big price was also brought up Senior Showmanship: 1)) Jeff
Tori Hersey had the home grown to$1.50 on all hogs. Sheriff (retired) Gainey, sponsored by Howard Auto 964-4956 Eves..I.IDon't 9
reserve champion, a 268 pound3way John Whitehead and Marvin Prit Parts, 2)) Rhonda Joyner, Archer's &
Hampshire Duroc and Spot chett contributed the money for the Gulf Station, 3) Jeffery Whitehead, Joan's Fat ions
cross which brought$2.00 per poundin Union County hogs as did the Starke sponsored by Thomas Auto Parts. Forget Your
the ring from the Lradford County Rotary Club for the Bradford hogs. Junior Showmanship: 1)) Chet Secretary On Secretary'sDay :
Farm Bureau. A freezer hog was donated by Croft,sponsored by Mosley Tire Co., April 26th Starke Plaza 9&4-7651 ,
Most pigs in the show came from Mike and Lynne Newsome. 2) Jeremy Hildebrand sponsored by Visa Mastercard Layaways Welcome
Self & Sons of Jennings FL. Elbert 3 Sisters Creations Florist, and 3) I
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Hersey raised his own hog but the Manning sponsored by attorney Dish Garden
The Awards... Pen
sow was from Self and Sons, according Bobby Lex Kirby. Green Plants
to Ag Advisor Greg Alvarez. The Performance Award, given FFA Record Book: 1) David Harris Arrangement
Bobbie Westcott's hog was raised on for the over-all performance including sponsored by Gold Kist of
the FFA farm north of Starke. the record book performance Starke; 2) Julie Tallman, sponsored Si Many Other Things BEFORE YOU START
The grand champion hog brought in the ring, herdmanship by John Smith, and 3) Kevin Kirby. Stow Her Yaw Affreciatt Her!" YOUR NEW GARDEN
$3 per pound at bid from Ernie etc.: Jeremy Hildebrand sponsoredby Senior 4.H Record Book: Danielle
Triest. Later, Terry Elixson's hog Owen Alvarez Plumbing Amanda Hersev. sponsored by Bowen's PestSI'I'IIjI' GET SOME ADVICE
brought $3.50 in the ring. Triest then Manning,sponsored by Interstate 71'
raised his $3 bid to$3.55 to make the Supply; Chris Newsome, sponsoredby
grand champion hog bring the School Supt. Jim Duncan, and
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4 Control; 2)) Bobbie Westcott sponsored Justin Redding B4H-Jr, blue ribbon Kevin Jordan, BFFA-Sr, blue rib- Bradford Convalescent Services & \\i ij
by Linda Bowen, and 3) Dale 289lb.:1.50/f b.,bought by Griffin bon, 205 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., Archie Tanner.
Pendarvis. Industries.Lisa bought by Ray Norman and Drs. Dale Pendarvis B4H-Sr.,blue rib- ;
Junior 4-H Record Book: 1)Kathie Register, U4H..Jrl blue rib- Pete Gianas & Len Schlofman. bon, 211 lb.. $1.7/lb.t bought by j.
Harris, sponsored by Allen's Office bon, 201 lb., i.50/lb., bought by Rachel Reed, U4H-Jr,blue ribbon, Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.
Supply, 2) Lori Mosley, sponsored Clyatt Well Drilling. 213 lb., $1.50/lb., bought by l JJan- Robbie Cason U4H-Jr. blue rib-- t
by Allen's Office Supply and Printing Travis Looney,BFFA-Sr,blue rib dale Farms, Inc. bon 218 lb.. $2.25/lb., bought; by ;
and 3) Tori Kersey, sponsored bon, 210 lb., $2.00/lb., bought by John Roberts, U4H-Jr. blue ribbon Lake Butler Apparel.
by Scott Allen. Southeast Power. 222 lb., $1.50/lb, bought by Pam Griffis UFFA-Sr. blue rib-
The rest of the pigs: Eric Dampier, B411-Sr, blue ribbon Farmers & Dealers Bank. bon 223 lb., $2.25/lb., bought by
Lake Butler FFA Alumni, Mitch ,218 lb. Jennifer .
$1.75/lb.,bought by Griffin Joyner tMH-Jr. blue rib- Howard Auto Parts.
Richards. U-FFA-Sr, blue ribbon211pounds industries. bon,231 lb., $$2.0D/lb..
bought by Car. Stacle Sharpe, B4H-Jr, blue rib- .
$1.75 per pound, bough Justin Croft U4H-Jr, blue ribbon, Lyn Ranch. .:
by Farmers& Dealers Bank. 223 lb., $1.25 plus! $.25/lb., bought by Clay Whitaker, B4H-Jr, blue bon bought, 233 by lb.Bradford, $1.25 plus Convalescent$.25/lb., I I
Carrie Westcott, B4H-Jr blue rib- Pritchett ribon, .
Trucking. 242 lb. $1.25 plus $.25/lb.,
bon, 200 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by Andrews Daryl Gnann, BFFA-Sr, blue ribbon bought by Pride of FlaT man.Services Archie Tanner,Ray Nor
Drugs, Starke. 233 lb., $1.50/lb., bought by The Rebekah Welch, B4H-Jr, blue rib Chris Newsome, B4H-Jr, blue rib- I'
Michael King, B4H-Jr, blue rib- Office Shop. bon, 266 lb.. l.50/lb., bought by bon, 243 lb.. $1.50/lb., .,
UfEJ. rws bon, 213 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by Car- Jeremy Hildebrand, B4H-Jr, blue Multl-Kare. Florida Rock Industries. bought by
Lyn Ranch. ribbon, 243 lb., $1.50/lb., bought by Marley Sellers,BFFA-Jr,blue rib- Keith Kirby, U41I-Jr. blue ribbon I
Chet Croft U4H-Jr, blue ribbon, Florida bon, 202 lb., .
Credit. $1.50/lb. bought..by 204 lb.. $1.75/lb., bought 'by ShaddTERWIIXEGAR'S
218 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by Publix. _. -- _. -- "_ ,, ,,
I, Dale Moseley, U4H-Jr, blue rib =
bon, 233 lb., $1.50/b.! bought by
Hale-Graham Insurance.
Mindy Croft, U4H-Jr, blue ribbon,
194 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., bought by QUICK LUBE
Columbia Livestock Market.
Jerry Benefield, UFFA-Sr, blue 150 W. Madison St. Ji
ribbon, 207 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb.,
bought by Hale-Graham Insurance. Starke 964-9000
Sam Norris, BFFA-Sr. blue rib- ;
bon, 218 lb., $1.50/lb., bought by
Lewis Timber.
Thomas Cooper, BFFA-Jr, blue !
ribbon bought, 232 by lb.Gainesville, $1.25 plus LivestockMkt. $.25/lb., 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGE

Terry Elizaon, UFFA-Jr,blue rib- HOME.OF THE 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.) '!4
bon, 233 lb., $3.50 lb., bought by I
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Grand Champion Hog... Harlis Kelly Ellington.Brown, B4H-Sr blue ribbon, i995 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis I
Danielle lli'i-so Br.\dlord J-H'er, showed the grand champion pig, a 254 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., bought by 0 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant
I ..lwtlltiiniisliirr., Uurur. .11111 Spot cross. In the Bradford-Union Swine Pride.
Show & Sale .,it. the Bradford County Fair. Buyer was Tries Construction Patrick Godwin, B4II-Sr, blue rib- 0 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid
n".. l.t'I'PIIII.1| l>\ Kriilc: Trlcsl. bon, 194 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., 10 MINUTE o 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid
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I bought Dr. Pete Gianas,
by Dr. Len OIL CHANGE! 0 7)) We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid t.:
Schlofman, and Ray Norman.
Kevin Wise, BFFA-Sr blue rib- o 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid t:
bon, 209 lb., $2.00/lb.] bought by o 9)) We Check and Fill Battery t:

Harlis Jana Ellington.Bennett, B4H-Jr blue rib- PEwfzOU o 10)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid ;::

bon, 219 lb., $2.25/lb., bought by "'II) 0 11)) We Wash Your Windshield
Community State Bank. o 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades
Robert Broome, B4H-Jr, blue ribbon
223 lb., 225lb., bought by D I 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the .1
Taylor Concrete. WorUOassProtection" Proper PressureD
Bowers, U4H-Sr, blue ribbon
Denny :
233 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., I 14)) We Vacuum the Interior
bought by Pride of Fla." 0 15)) We Check Your Air Filter
Kathie Harris, U4H-Jr blue rib- D 16)) We Check Your Breather Element
bon, 244 lb., $1.50/lb, bought by Car-
Lyn Ranch.
Chris Barfield, BFFA-Sr, blue rib- OPEN: MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. TIL 5:30 P.M.
bon, 207 lb., $1.25 plus $25lb., NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY!
i bought by Bradford-Union Vo-Tech.

Davis ribbon Amanda Express.,-216 Manning lb., $1.75/lb B4H-Jr, bought blue by :: tirlfti i Jiillii; (; ;, ;Wd ''J; P' .n ;$( tiQiitJt; V..tl.i.ll"" '.. .

Tara Springhill Redding 4-H U4H-Jr Club,,blue shown ribbon by, "tQo Ji, #ri j;: /10.1.io'r: ( : :, npn ft/.tii) )vlillt i! l )JIJit. ,

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w O'Steen, 231 Seed.Amanda lb.,. $1.75/lb., bought by .. ( : .. i

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11 n t Top Tennis Players From Five Counties Compete for 1n Trophies .'

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... 6-4, 6-4 In the quarter finals. sion, where a veteran player and older KHHS players. Glenn un- Top seeds Strickland and Slr fought match between two teamed up to take the Men's 'B' '
"It was an extremely well-run two talented newcomers com- leashed a heavy top-spin attack mopoulos had one of the most evenly matched teams. doubles title with a thrilling, 6-3. : .f-..
tournament and a pleasure to bined to give the large crowds at from the baseline In a two-and- exciting matches of the tourna- Schmidt and Bruning defeated ';$t: i,
compete In," Champion Agra- the event some exciting action. a-halt hour 7-5. 4-6, 6-3 win over ment when they defeated an- Ergle and Gouln 6-1.6-1 In the 1'. '
nowltz said after showing off his Keystone's,TerJ,:Coley used a Mary Rucker In the opening other KHHS pair. Schmidt and opening round. See... Tennis.I .. page. IIBMMMBB ,':I.. '.
polished shot-making skills in patient baseline;:' game and round then pulled off another Bruning 675 In a tense hard- Ed Teague and Rob King '
the final. "Lee Glenn and Vicky sound strategy,all j she defeated upset with a 6-4 7-5 win over .- MM BMmMMMMBaiMMMPMI MBBMMBM :.jji J.\'

and Kevin Gouin did a very pro- Jackie Slrmopoulos 6-1. 6-3 in Dawn Schmidt In the quarterfinals. .,, .'4'
the final a battle between a vet- .
fessional job for a tourney In "I'll '
Just Its second year." eran and a youngster. In Men's 'A' doubles Agra- $2OO :
'A' women's singles championAnn Coley the top seed In the event, nowltz and Frledlln teamed up mln-i, : J;
Danek had a tougher timeIn had the easiest path to ,the finals to take the title for the second ,&-. J"*!;,

her march to her first title, defeating Brenda Capper straight year with a 6-2 6-2 win ,,
6-1. 6-3 In the semi-finals and against Smith and Glenn In the 'j
with some exciting matches Guaranteed Trade & "A'v
against local players. Nancy Racine 63. 6-4 In the final. The winning pair beat ? : lf ;
Danek had to pull out several second round. Capper defeated Keystone's Ed Teague and Mike :
close matches, especially In the Sandy Ergle 6-1. 6-0 In the sec Schaefer of Melrose 6-3, 6-1 In ,"
first set of her 7-5, 6-3 victoryover ond round, while Ergle advanced the second round. Free Financing for 12 : \ ,
former KHHS top seed Terl with a long. 6-3. 1-6 6-3 win Glenn and Smith had advancedto
Owens in the final when the two over KHHS varsity team the final round with an excit-
players traded strokes in a member Debbie CraIg.Sirmopoulos ing three-setter prevailing over
classic baseline battle. played a Joe Saenz Jr. and Joe Saenz Sr. MonthsVIP
Danek had another tough, 6-4, marathon schedule after enter- in the second round by a 6-1, 4-
6-3 win In the semi-finals Ing both 'A' and 'B' division sin- 6, 6-4 score. They also defeated
against up-and-comer Jackie gles and advanced with a 6-1,6- Kaufman and Leukle 6-2. 7-5 in
Sirmopoulos, a ninthgraderwho's 2 victory over Keystone's Lori the opening round.It SERVICE CLUB MEMBERSHIP FREE
rapidly developing game Glenn, a precocious fourth- was another battle of the
has giver her the best singles grader with very mature strokes newcomers vs. the veterans in
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record on the KHHS annad this (more to follow) In the semi's, the Women's Doubles when Co- Membership
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':,- Mrs. Cary Frances Palm Garden Center several months Lawrenceville, Ga., and Brenda DeWitt of Hastines; one sister,
Bielling, 90 ol
it.h, .Providence, died Tuesday afternoon ago former because of ill health. He was a Tague of Glouster, Va.; one son, Jessie M. Sells of Starke:: ; seven
. in Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City resident tie of Jacksonville for Dean Hill of Louisville Ky.; his grandchildren and one great- HI !!ia.GU i t
after a brief illness. many years. was a Baptist, a parents Mr. & Mrs. Julius Hill ofBoonville granddaughter.
Born in Columbia member of Hyde Park Lodge 370 Ind.; one brother, Owen Funeral services were held Sun- ::: ...IIIR IIi- :
{;I. County, Mrs. F&AM a life member of Scottish day in the Chapel of Archer .
Hill Boonville; one sister, Gloria Funeral
' Bielling lived
: most of her life in the Rite bodies and the Morocco Temple "Serving Northeast Florida tinea 1941"
.. Providence community of Union Jean Hill of Boonville, Ind; seven Home of Lake Butler with Elder
grandchildren. Aubrey McCormick and Rev.
f. County.She was homemaker
c; member of Providence a and a Survivors include two daughters, I Funeral services were held April Raleigh Pridgeon officiating.. Burial
"P" .;, list Church. Village Bap Jorenc Soose and Paddy Gilrie, both ;; 18 in Lake Hill Baptist Church with was in St. Prong Cemetery under the
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'': Survivors Include five Heights; two brothers, Rev. Wallace Brown officiating. Interment direction of Archer Funeral Home of d.
daughters, Clyde C. Donahoo of Jacksonville
with Masonic Rites in Lake Butler.
k". ,:r Evelyn Chance and Ann LaFleur and! Alton K Donahoo of Pensacola;i. Gadara Cemetery under the direc- HOMEOWNERS SPECIAL $Sa
i', Prestwood both of Jacksonville, Mary four sisters! Eula McCloskey and tion of Jones Funeral Home.. William R. Parrish INCLUDES
of Miami, Marge Teston Nellie Wiggins both of Pensacola In lieu of flowers, donations to 120 GAL. PROPANE
", ". I. of Hilliard and Frances Willis of Helen Srhnieder of Indianpolis Ind., North Central Fla. Hospice, P.O. William Randall (Randy) Parrish, TANK
t :. Newberry; five sons,J.D. Bielling of and Winnie Williamson of Cnntonmeni Box 15235, Gainesville, Fl 32b04 45, of Largo died Apr. 14 from injuries 100 GAL.S PROPANE
Welrsdale Fl., Ellis, Earl and Carl I, M three grandchildren and suffered In an auto accident at TANK INSTALLATION WITH
,,.' Bielling, all of Providence, and J.W. eight ii-.it-grandfhildien. Largo. UP
Bielling of Lake Butler; 1 brother tiiii\siclu. funeral services were Born in Lake Butler Mr. Parrish
Horace Beasley of Leesburg; 1 held Aprl! I'l! at Evergreen Cemetery James M. Johns had lived in Largo for several years. TIME... EVERY TIME
sister,Clara Edenfield of Lake City; with Hyde Park Masonic Lodge conductllJg James Monroe Johns. 76, ol He was employed with Hawkins Con- KEEP FULL DELIVERY
32 grandchildren, 66 great- the services. Arrangements Raiford, died Friday in the Veterans struction Co., and a member of the ",,., h"
grandhcildren and 15 great-great- were handled by Jones Funeral Medical Center in Lake City after an First Baptist Church of Lake Butler. .t.orv.r; ; ;
grandchildren. lloini' extended illness. Survivors include his son, Allen
Funeral services will be held Born and living in Union County Parrish of Lake Butler; his mother
Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Providence Delbert C. HillDelberl most of his life Mr. Johns also resided Blanche D. Parrish of Largo; one CALL TODAY FOR COMPETITIVE PRICE
Village Baptist Church with C. Hill, 58, of in Jacksonville for 20 years while sister, Yvonne Crile of Largo; three
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Rev. Ennis Harper officiating. died Apr 16 at his home. he was employed with the Fruit Ralph Lake Butler Ray
Burial will follow in Old of Crystal River and Richard of INDEPENDENT
Providence Born June 14, 1930 in Chandler Growers Express. He returned to PROPANE COMPANY
Cemetery under the direction of Ar- Raiford 13 He Clearwater; and two grandchildren. GAINESVILLE
Ind., Mi Hill moved to Keystone in years ago. was a OCALA .
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. January veteran of WWII and member of Funeral services were held Mon-
HUm, from Palm Bay, Fla. a
He the OSS. He day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral 376-4677 .l lL
w.is an Army veteran of World was a member of the 629-3733 n
Jerry Bolden War II a member of Lake Hill Bap- Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Home of Lake Butler with Rev.
Jerry Bolden, Sr., 90, of Starke, tist (liiinh the Newburg Indiana Church of Sanderson. Melvin Owen. and Rev. Art Peterson IN FLORIDA :
Lodge 171 F&AM, Scottish Rite Survivors include his officiating. Burial was in Elzey
died April 14 at his residence following wife Marie 1.800.J56.063.4.: .
an extended illness. Uodu and! Azan Shrine Club of Sapp Johns; two daughters, Joan M Chapel Cemetery under the direc- STARKE ,.
Born Sept. 17, 1898 in Mauk, M'lh"11I'i i Fl I Tubbs of Altamonte Springs and tion Lake of Butler.Archer Funeral Home of

Georgia, Mr. Bolden moved to
Starke ten months ago from Melrose
where he was a longtime resident.
He was a retired track foreman with

Seaboard Railroad a member of \"!!!' .. --
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Baptist Church in Melrose, Goot
the Melrose Masonic Lodge and the PR1CE5 .
Order of the Eastern Star Chaplei t
both in Keystone Heights. 1Q09"NOW 9
Survivors include his wife, Mrs .._ AHpRO
Mattie Lou McCrae Bolden ot .
Starke'ka; daughter, Mrs. Iva Smith /
; two sons, George Boldenof .
Melrose and Jerry, Jr., of San '
Jose, Calif.: three sisters, Mrs. Eva to
Gibson and Mrs. Pearl DeShong.
both of Plant City, Mrs. Lavmia
Bryan of Broxton, Ga.; a brother.
L.T. Bolden of Broxton Ga.; 13
grandchildren and 10 great-
Funeral services were held Apr. 17
in Eliam Baptist Church in Melrose '
with Rev. Jimmy Coyle officiating : .
Burial was in Melrose Cemetery A _
with Masonic Rites at the grave _
Jones Funeral Home was in charge'
of arrangements. )4o1UGH? s4

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I Obituaries .uL.L-U..., .," .
JllUOc.:: oi me r lonaa Army Ma- vlronment. During the exercises
tlonal Guard's 53d Infantry Brigadeare helicopters will be used for recon-
scheduled to begin arriving at naissance and transporting guard-

t Cecil FrederickMr. Michael l Craven officiating. Interment Born Mar.211), 1927 in Ransomville, Lawtey for their help and kindness week Camp Blanding annual on Apr. 29, for two- smen to training areas. In addition,
N.Y., Mr. Carew moved to the training exercises. artillery will be periodically firing,
will be In Santa Fe Cemeteryof that was shown Randy during his More than
Cecil Frederick, 84, of Terre Hampton Lake under the direction Keystone area in 1979 from Wilson, long illess.This will never be forgotten. Florida and 3,900 guardsmen from however, it Is not expected that the
Haute, Ind., died Mar. 29 at Bradford of Jones Funeral Home.In N.Y. He was a Methodist, a Navy Carolina will reservists from South effects of the firing will inconve-
Hospital following a brief[ il- lieu of flowers, donations maybe veteran of WW 11, a refrigeration participate in field ex- nience adjacent property owners.
lness. made to the Faith Presbyterian repairman, and a member of Special thanks to Archie Tanner tions ercises under which will include evalua- This is the third of five annual
Born and raised Funeral Home and staff and the the Army Training training periods scheduled at Camp
in Live Oak County Church Memorial Fund. AmVets Post 86 of Keystone Evaluation Program (ARTEP .
Ind.,he was retired from the City Heights. Sheriff's Department for their Unit ARTEPs ) Blanding this year.The 53d Infantry
of Terre Haute, Ind Mrs. Irene WilliamsMrs. Survivors include his daughter, assistance.Randy's periodically to determine required a unit'sability Brigade will conclude training by
Survivors include his wife, Finn Amy Fultz of Atwater, Calif.; two Mother&Family to perform In wartime May 13.
a en-
Frederick; two sons, Wallace Irene Thacker Williams, 00, sons, Jack E Carew of Seminole,
Frederick of Lawtey and Billie of Melrose,died Apl'i113 at her SantaFe Fl and Robin J. Carew of Keystone
Frederick of Jacksonville; three Lake home following a sudden il- Ilts.; two brothers, Gordon of
brothers Perry Roy and Jess, all ot lness. Houston,Tx.,and Robert of Fairfax All 114b srcA.
Terre Haute. Born June 18, 1898 inOxford, Ga., Va.; four sisters, Patricia Reid andMarjorie je
Funeral services were held Apr 2 Mrs. Williams moved to Melrose in Jones of Keystone, Jean >*ajSn! i
at the Chapel of DeBaun Funeral 1 J42 from Gainesville. She was a Hill and Barbara Taylor both of 3rd
Annual DcAntique's
WALDO Railroad
Home in Terre Haute. Burial was in member of Keystone Heights Community Hamsomville, N.Y.; and five grand- || "I
New Harmony Cemetery in Terre Church and the Woman'sClub children.
Haute, with Archie Tanner Funeral of Keystone, the Order of Memoriali/ntion for Mr. Carew I
Home of Starke in charge of at astern l' Star, Chapter 279, the Gen will be by cremation. Interment will & Craft Fair ,
rangements. Joseph Finnigan Chapter of UDC. be at a later date in Arlington Na- I
She was the widow of J. Azzie tional Cemetery in Washington,D.C.

l\Irs.l\Iarie Schmidt Willimns Survivors include one daughter. Arrangements are being handled by April 22 1989 .. -4LI 41 I.'
Jones 'Ul1<'raIHome.
Mrs. Marie M. Schmidt, 6I! In hell of (flowers, donations
Starke, died her ,
Apr 6 at home three grandchildren and 1 great-
made to the charity oi your
following an extended illness ""l1dchild.
Born Aug. 21, 1919 in Cleveland Funeral services were held Monday I
Ohio, Mrs. Schmidt was a Apr. 17 in Keystone Hts. Com
homemaker a member of Faith munity Church with Rev. Buddy C. ,:
Presbyterian Church of Melrose Frirdlin" officiating. Interment was Card. Thanks I

Survivors include her huslxind. in Evergreen Cemetery; of We would like to say thank you to
Alfred W. Schmidt; one daughter, i.iuicbville under the direction of each of our friends and neighbors for ;,,91M91hllttll/y, / I
Barbara Harker of Fairbanks 1 Kl. Jones Funeral" Home.
the prayers, kindness and love that
four sons, James of Gainesville,
shown the loss of
w as us during our _
David of Hampton, and William and Robert both of Keystone *
.Jack W. Carew beautiful II
tar the twirl flowersphone
one sister, Evelyn Cooper of Parnia.Ohio I
and Jack W of ills visits and cards.Kxtra
; seven grandchildren Carew, 62, Keystone
Memorial services will be held .it '. Heights, died Apr 17 in Auichua special thanks to Rev. -
and the indi.iie
pm. on Apr. 23 ,in K.mli (;irntT.il Hospital of Gainesville James Tompkins people
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Day with over 55 exhibitors displaying an incredible selection of

f, antiques, crafts, furniture, glassware. primitive pottery, vintage clothes,
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While browsing, food and entertainment will be available along with BO

BO JO the clown and a Wild Animal Exhibit! Plus a baby beauty contest

and an old fashioned railroad outfit contest. The Civitan Blood Mobile

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So come Join the fun, Saturday April 22, 1989,

,will be singing at Bradford Baptist Church off Hwy 100 on 9:00 AM 5:00 PM, City Park, State Road 24 and

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LRM Mark Frledlln sion to Gainesville High In the tinued their march through the Michele Richardson went 2-3
The KHHS Sports Writer opening game of the draw with an exciting 6-4 victory with two rbl's. Bruce hit 2-4 witha
Lady Indian softball
team tournament Friday but The Lady Indian attack pair of rbi's and Carter went 2-
17-4 with improved an their record to rebounded with an 18-3 win was powered by Phillips with a :a 207 South Orange Street Starke
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Fe morning. Suzl Ponder went 3-4 rbl's. Michele Richardson also vided plenty of offense against )
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Clay, along with a 2-4 perfor-
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Clay High In Green Cove
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lineup and our" defense has been plate In the next game as the In the fourth Inning on con- KHHS will be seeded numberone

outstanding Indian Head, Coach commented Jert Norris Lady Rickards Lady Indians edged Tallahassee secutive singles by Ponder, and will face Union County .._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._"
9-8. Aimee Bruce was Carter and Deborah Collins.
in the opening game. If they win
) hope we keep It up right 2-4'with two rbl's and Melanie The ladles dominated two dis- they would face the winner of r.TWO
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6, 6-4 score. Gonzales and Mills Duguid and Van Geisen beat 5 Attorneys and 1 Paralegal
4-6, 6-3 win over Union County's advanced through the first Linda and Ed Grabowski 6-0 6-
Gonzales and Mills in the final. round with a 6-3 6-O win over 2 In the first round. Divorce & Family Law, Business Transactions. Trial Work.Wills&;
Teague and King had advanced Strickland and Lea. DeKeyser and Danek advanced Probate. Social Security Disability. Insurance Law,Accidents &; Injuries.
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defeated KHHS players Grant again the veteran area players the semi finals by a 6-3, 4-6, 6-0 (DUI Felony -Misdemeanor-Juvenile). Corporate&; Business Law.
and Richards 6-3, 6-3 In the showed their mastery of the score. DeKeyser and Danek defeated State or Federal Court. Zoning.Administrative &; Governmental.
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Gouin and Glenn beat Hopkinsand Coley teamed up to take a 7-5 3, 6-0 In the second round. The Wage and Hour Law.Adoptions. Non-Profit Religious &; Charitable
Blsslnar 7-5, 6-4 In the first 6-2 win over DeKeyser and Coiiins had defeated Dawn Organizations.
round. Danek in the final round. The Schmidt and Joe Saenz 6-2. 1-6,
Gonzales and Mills, who play winning pair had advanced witha 6-4 In the opening round.
for the Union County High ten- 7-5 6-3 victory over Duguid
nis squad defeated Frank and Van Geisen In the semi's Strickland and Frledlln defeated .
Duguid and David King In yet and a 6-3, 6-3 win over Owens Rothwell and Murphy 6-4. '
another three-setter by a 6-4. 2- and Smith In the opening round. 6-O In the second round. : :

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THATS YOUR BUSINESS 964.560615TFTUTORING fixed re-roofs, new root, mobile
WANT TO STOP SERVICES Is your child struggling homes, carpentry a yard work. Free IS NOT
THArSOUfSI 1 with D's, making C's when they a tlmata.. W.T. Turner, Stark.
of A's? Call
Alcoholic Anonymous are capable making 964.3392,964.2976,964.7612. Itpd 420I
'..-..50.'.....14.'''-''19 964.8594 after 12:30 p.m, 1/26TF I WILL HAUL TRASH and do general
pd 5/28 WILL WATCH AND CARE for your child or cleaning around houia. Call 9649191.
CHAIN LINK FENCES Instolled, Fr.. Infant In my Stark home. HRS Handy Hall. Itpd 4/20
..lImot... HANDYMAN FENCE CO., registered. 9643521. Itpd 4/20 DANNY WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE fraaaitlmatai. THE TIME TO
Own.r Tommy Reddish, 9648559. TF 9642213. 4tchg 4/20-3/11(
choose from. $45 Includes In.
BULLDOZER WORKS $40 p.r hour. LET Ml SHOW YOU HOW to save up to
762-3306 If no oniwer,782.3954,leave stallation. Browns Carpet Service, 1/3 of your homo mortgoga. Call Harry
nom.and numbdr. 8/25TF 4732347. Jlchg 4/20-27( Green, 964-8012.Itpd 4/20
9646341. Call Terry Porks for fr.. blamt? What will FIND! OUT
ranc Pump > Supply Co. Water your eyes re your YOUR I
estimates 4/13-5/4
systems speclallits. 864 N. TempleAve. 4tchg heat will foal. How you can ba helped
., US 301, Stark, 32091. 9/8TF HOUSEWORK Christian lady, looking forhousework thru love, business and man.... Sister
to do. Honest dependableand
7829802. I
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME day week Sophie Itpd 4/20
have references. 9646529. 2tpd
long t.rm Hoy. 468-2619.; 11/17TF 4/13-20
JK 964-4239,782.3864.4tp lawn service, sheds.20 yr.4/13.5/4 experience. $520 MONTHTO

TRACTOR WORK mowing and tilling. START
Carlton Croft 964.6697; Jimmy O'Steen : Evenings 6.10 New local
Stump 964-7387 after 5 2tpd 4/13.20 p.m.
p.m. r
r appliance has several
positions for full and
open part-time
Grinding work,polio driveways, painting, help. We offer excellent starting pay. !
all types, Indoors and outdoors, all Rood working conditions and a chance i
work guaranteed. Free estimates. for career opportunities. Must be high
Specializing in 782-9802.Itpd 4/20 school graduate have car, and neat
PRIVATE COLLECTOR will buy gold and appearance.. No experience necessary. !
Stump Removal silver coins. Discreet and confidential.Call Will Train. For Interview, call t
473.7473 or 964-8175 or write: Wednesday.Thursday and Friday ,
964-9300 Coins 32660., 3tchg P.O. 4/20.5/4 Box 332 Lake Geneva 1-80O-94O-OOOS between 1 &6 or p.m.O64-2979 that it is ready to keep you mate needed repairs..if

CARPENTRY REPAIRS porches, screen cool when summer is here. any. We offer professionalAir
doors installed plumbing, painting,
etc. 9646232.**Itchg 4/20* 1/2 Acre conditioners that don't service on mane and other

TrainTo LOTS FOR SALE! keep you cool when you brands.

f/R Be A SR 16 West need it are no good. Make sure your air

TraIn To Be A ProfessionaleSECRETARY Owner FInancing. We have a special preconditioner is ready for

('\\1R4\I... J\O'ltNit I SEC/RECEPTIONIST $2500 $3500CALL season price to check your summer. Call us today.
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s' 1iYH'H: : : ; :t: ., Learn Start locally word processing,full-time/part-time.&related ((912)) 681-4516 lO-Point Check / $29.95

Start locally,ftjfl time/put time secretqrlal skills. Home study and ((912)) 7647935FEARED
Train on live airline computers. resident training. National
Home study and resident training.Natl. headquarters.Pompano Bch. Fl.
.hdqra,Pompano Beach Ft FilNANCIAL AID AVAILABLE 1)) Freon Check 6)) Amps. on Compressor
Financial Aid Available JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE 2)) Filter 7)) Thermostat
Job Placement Assistance 18004323004THE YET FRAGILE: The 3)) Oil Motors (if required)
A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL great white shark It perhaps 8)) Adjust Super Heat
.OF HART A.C.T.SCHOOLDIV. CORP. the most respected and feared 4)) Condensor Coil 9) Check for Leaks

Accredited NHSC Member, the animal great below whit.the It olio'wavat.a fragIle But 5) Evaporator Coil 10)) Check Condensate Drain
(Accredited Member NHSC) animal. International Wildlife
magazine reports that sharks
captured for research live onlya
few days In captivity SAWYER
Biologists believe that heaping
the animals In a confined area 1103 South Walnut Street TRAAIE.Starke
mo**. may ba killing them. They've CD
..- found a shark's swimming motion Florida 32091

CR 229- N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-613 Constant keeps movement Its blood pumping.through Phone: 9O4-964-632O SOmOOcnpecplelaliecottfirHn*
the water compensates for the Main Street. Lake Butler
animal's low blood pressure: 496-3805
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PHYSICAL, FITNESS 0 ChwterdCammen, .

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964-3778 :

320 South Walnut Street
Starke Florida 32091

TEN-B ARPETS (904) 964-6108
Bradford of Starke

Chiropractic Center

218 Starke S. Walnut Office St. ;\) ANNIVl?

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: 964-4957 4 $ ABR411 i

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., style for any setting. installed \ % rich-201ush hues. installed

pretty hues to dress 11' sq.ydeinstalled I ,:, ..a ; Popular style Tits any sq Yayour
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964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER Fashionable and slamlled tti .1 Dupont Stainmaster 2 097 Ya
Offce Houre Mon-Frl 80-80O p m Sat. Bv Aooolntmont durable,in 24 gorgeous 30 shades let you create inamlled
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Financing Available
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rough draft. Our in-staff design artist will '
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work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs. CARPET 964-6108 r IIi'iN

We also have financing available. Harold

Davis. Mortgage Broker with Gainesville
Mortgage Company, is located in our office Commercial & Residential 'vA J

s' 1 complex. Or. If you prefer, we will work with I CARPET VINYL *,TILE 41 HOOK KID' JNJ '
a YOUR lender to obtain financing. I BE ON OUR SIDE '

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MOBILE HOMI LOTS with city water, THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In country. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
.sewer cable TV. 9M-74VI. I/IJTF $250 month plus $100 security depositand to the Bradford County
HELP WANTEDNEED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home, utilities. 964-7650 9648681. Itpd Telegraph office In writing and paid In
unfurnished. $100 month $150 security 4/20 advance unless credit Is already
NEED EXTRA OR A FULL.TIME ADVERTISING GRAPHIC ARTIST responsibility 'WILL ti TAKING deposit. No pets, only 1 child. Call TWO BEDROOM HOUSI In Starke. furnished established with this office.
JOB 5.11 Avon. For Information call Includes all phases of creatingads from 2.5 for APPLICATIONS various dotty after 6 p.m., 964-8970 964-4430, or unfurnished. $200 month plus THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD '
Ramona, 782-3068. 12/29TF tales promotions for sales staff food service p.m.and positions In 944-8703. 2/16TF $100 deposit. 9648704. Itchg 4/20 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
RN POSITIONS' 2 full-time positions coordinating the art department's transition be 18 of ,housekeeping. Must FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 708 MocMahon CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
yrs. age helpful
available. Med/Surg experience to computerized graphics. Con but not necessary. Apply In water .sewer cable TV, 2 BR, I bath. St. $163/month. $100 deposit. No pats. THE TELEPHONE.
preferred. Paid time off program. App tact Dennis Miller Citrus County lye No phone call. Trail person Motel on& 964-7491. I/IJTF 964.5882.Itchg 4/20 Classified deadline 'Is TUESDAY NOON.
I ly to lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Chronicle P.O. Box 1899 Inverness, Fl326SO. ) Restaurant In Lawtey. 3tchg 4/6.20 HALF ACRE MOBILI HOME LOT for rent. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR, 2 ba located on prior to Thursday publication.
Center SR 100 8 121. Lake Butler. 904-726-1441. icon III1 CHAMP FOOD STORES Must be 21 Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF 100 East 1 mile outside of Starke city Classified display deadline TUESDAY
496.2323.316TFEASY JOBS IN AUSTRALIA Hiring construction years of age, have valid drivers license FOR SALE OR RENT 2 Bedroom house In limit. $365 plus deposit. 468.2502 5:00: P.M. Sp.clal Classified display
WORK! EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble manufacturing mining and telephone. Apply In 4tpd town of Raiford. For Info call 431-1431. evenings. Itchg 4/20 placement Is NOT Guaranteed.
products at horns. Coll for Informa secretaries, etc. Will train. Transportation 413.54IABYSlnER person. 4tpd 3/30.4/20 STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Minimum charge for classified ads Is
tion. 3046418003( ext. 9579. 4tpd excellent pay, benefits. Call now. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY In APT. NEWLY REMODELED 1 BR, living your work? We have clean mobile 15 words for $3.50, then 15 cents for
46.27TRUCKING -206-736-0773, ...t. 105A (call refundable my home In Earleton area. Must be room kitchen completely furnished homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF each word thereafter. $1 billing charge
SCHOOL GRADUATES J.B. ). IconREGISTERED dep.ndable. Please call Suzy between quiet area. $235 plus deposit No pets. FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities will be added to each CHARGED
Hunt America's fastest growing truck- NURSES 8 LPN' for home 1189. Call 4682394. Itchg 4/20 9646714. 3tchg 4/6-20 paid. From $37.30 weekly. MAGNOLIA classified ad.
Ing company. needs OTR drivers for visits. Bradford-Union County area. OLAN MILLS has several Immediate TWO BEDROOM 2 bath house, around HOTEL. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF
our expanding fl..,. If you've Part-tim. and! full time. Flexible hours. openings for telephone sales people.No 1500-1600 sq.ft., carport with large CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, Classifieds Ads
graduated or about to gradual from Excellent pay. UpJohn Health Care Services Also yard. $400 a month plus security, first extras, reasonable rents. PINES,
experience need
on accredited necessary. last, 496.2366, SR 121, Lake Butler. Get Results!
Castle 7/14TF
driving school you may 9049648772. 4tchg 4/20-5/11 someone for light delivery work. Apply ".g. Properties USA, Inc.
qualify for paid co-driver training that HIRING SEVERAL NOW To$14 per hour. to Nadine Foster, Dixie Motel, STarke, William D. Tiffin, Lie. Real Estate LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications
could lead to high Broker 964-5065., for 1 A 2 bedroom
pay excellent Painters, welders, heavy equipment on Thurs. & Friday 4/13-14 9-1 2tchg 4/13-20 apartments
benefits and guaranteed weekly operators, concrete construction all and 5.9 EOE. Itchg 4/20 p.m. DUPLEX APARTMENT 2 BR, at the corner CH8A, fully equipped kitchen,
mileage. Must be 23 or older. Call toll- phases and helpers. Call now 355.5500. RESTAURANT p.m. MANAGEMENT POSITIONS of Broadway and Jefferson St. Will be drapes. 7823531. New management.
free to apply 18006433331. Icon Job Reports. $95 fee refundable 2tchg AVAILABLE shown at 204 Broadway. 2tchg 4/13-20 Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/I5TF
CHEFS COOKS MANAGERS your skill 4/20-27 experience TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED apartment TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT! (may also
are currently In demand helpful but not necessary. children have 1 BR). children and elderly
at member OFFICE WORKERS $5-$9 per hour.Hiringnow. Good benefits paid vacation health no or pets. $200 month
hotels, restaurants, clubs. Many exciting Full time, permanent. Need four Insurance. Starting subject to lease. 9648404. 6tchg 3/23.4/27 welcome. Central hoot and air. Off
pay experience
seasonal and year around oppor trainees. 355.5500. Job Reports. $95 and qualifications.. Send TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 bath In street parking. Best to call 964.8601
tunities. Coll today. NATIONAL fee refundable. 2tchg 4/20.27 resume to: Stretcher Inc., Rt. 13 Box Stark, close to hospital. $300 month before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. 3/30TF
CULINARY REGISTRY. 18004436237. CHRISTIAN LADY non-smoker, to live 184 Lake City, Fl. 32055. Itchg 4/20 plus security. 9643622. Itchg 4/20 329 CENTER STREET one BR apartment In
fcan with elderly lady In Keystone Heights. MCDONALD'S OF BALDWIN Is now hiring ONE BEDROOM HOUSE: furnished $200 duplex. Adults only. $200 mo., $100
FLORIDA TIMES UNION. STARKE Light housekeeping. Must have own full and part.11m.workers for morning month $100 security deposit. Located security. 4681115. 4tpd 4/13.5/4
BRANCH SALESPERSON: Guaranteed car. Room, board small salary. Reply afternoon and night shifts. Flexible 1'A miles East of Starke Road 16 at the
salary 20 hrs/week. Experience In P.O. Box 6006. Starke, 32091. 2/26TF work schedules. Wages start at corner of NE 10th St. 9647625. Itpd
sales and telemarketing helpful. JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA $3.75/hr. and up. No experience 4/20
964.5165. 2tcha 4/13.20 openings available In several areas, necessary. Apply In person on Friday MOBILE HOME 2 BR, lbo, furnished on "' ." --L-
EXPERIENCED STYLIST WANTED. Call will train. For Info call) ((312)) 742-8620 Apr. 21 from 8.4 p.m. at McDonalds on Griffls Loop (Rd 100A). $200 per month
Terry 782-3940. 2lchg 4/13-20 ext. 362. 2tpd 4/20-27 US 301 and 1-10. Baldwin, Fl. Itchg 4/20 plus $ISO security S damage deposit.Call New
THE CITY OF LAWTEY Is now taking applications after 6 p.m.. 964-8970, 964-4430, FMHA Homes In
EL.... for a permanently full-time 964-8705. 3tjo 4/20-5/4
Class C operator for the waterplant. DOUBLEWIDE ON 2 ACHES: 2 BR, 2 baths, Starke, Waldo and Hawthorne AreasNo
ill Pay is negotiable. All applicationsmust completely furnished with washer &
.. be In by Friday Apr. 28. 3.30 p.m. dryer CH&A, $300 per month plus Down Payment Required
.. ... Please apply at City Hall In Lawtey Fl. deposit to rent from May 13-Sept. 30 Monthly Payments Less Than $185.
G 2tchg 4227pART.TIME( only.' Castle Properties USA, Inc., W.D.
STARKE RADIATOR & HAIR STYLIST. Jessie's Hair Tiffin, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Call Now To See If You Can Qualify For This
TRANSMISSION. INC. Clinic. Next to Wlnn Dixie. 964-2323. 9A4-506S. Itchg 4/20 Federal Housing Program
I i Itchg 4/20
COMPLETEAIR Call Builder 407-862-6500
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Corner 964-6810 3O1 & SR16 OWN YOUR OWN HOMEFor
.-.: 1320 N. Temple Ave.
w Starke

0 1 A a 964-7783 Less Than You Would Pay Rent!

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MUSIC HOUSE (studio) e We Finance e No

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4 Speed. HatchbackReal {

-Cypress Mulch -Pine Bark Sharp $395 Dn. 964-7282 A R R't a r3 "' z l lB

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WJ 'WJ LI is'a 4 Dr Automatic. Airs BR, 11/2 Bath

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All Types Roof RepairNo
131 N. Cherry Street Starke. Florida
lob too big or too small! DOORMAT to
((904)) 964-7423

Labor for New Work Guaranteed. 10 Years j li I Open: Monday-Friday 9 am til 5 pm first 25 Customers !

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I CAMS. TRUCKS, JEEPS under $300 now telling. This ar.ol I Call refun i-, OCALA NATIONAL FOREST) Woodedr GOOD .PLEASURE/TRAIL HORSE BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE I 90' on water, 360' deep. Tastefully decorated 3
avaIlable at local .01... Call dable. I-S18-4S9-3546 ext. H3377 fo lots, river access, $5450 Each No gelding sorrel, 13 yrs.. 19 h. 964-8023. BR, 1V4 bo home, plus newly decorated 2 BR, I ba MH. pretty beach,
I 1-619-545 6532 .xt. BK636. 24 hn for listings. 3tpd 4/20-5/4 money down, $65.41 monthly. Owner 4tpd 4/6-27 dock. $190,000
;into, 31-J g 420.54 1236.4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF BROWN APPALOOSA MARE 6 yrs. old. RAIFORD LOVELY HOME SITE 2 BR, I Bo frame home on 1.63 acres. Cleared
1984 CHRYSLER FIFTH AVENUE Now RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964-8878 HAMILTON COUNTY! 7 parcels. 6 ml. E. Current Cogglns. with caddie. $500. a landscaped, only $ 20,000
YoriiiT Further Information call BEST BUY 3/1 frame, central A/H. Ii n of Jasper. 20 to 102 acres beginning at 964-7670. 3tchg 4/6.20 CLEAN alAN 1664 S.P., 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage space, CHSA, wood
964 .Wi, ahor. 6pm. Itchg 4/20 town 26000. $550 p/a. 10% down, balance ownere HAND.FED BABY COCKATIELS heater, built-in stove, 25x15 patio, 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of tree*,
1969 CHEVY' PICKUP: body fair engine WORTH THE MONEY: 3 BR. 2 boo on Stall, financed. BAKER COUNTY! 3 parcels, 8 PARAKEETS! Call Debbl. 431.1665. garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 80,000
good 'J speed 6 cyl. $700 each Rd. 230. LMng/dlnIng room famlh'V ml. NW of Macclenny, 75. 90 103 acres 4tchg 4/13.5/4 214 WATER ST 2 BR, 2Ba nice fenced yard. ep. garage Sale priced I $ 25,000
96.1 '5116, 420 room with fireplace garage and complete i-, beginning $1100 p/a. Public rood. 2 BLACK GELDING 10 yr. old, natural KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. CB, 3 BR/lBo carpet cent heat windowair
'77 FORD BRONCO 302 engine, PS PB. satellite system. parcel front St. Mary. River. Contact: gaited gentle with tack, $1,000. stove, ret rig, DW, celling fan, fenced back yard, nice lot $ 36,000
91.1 .1 .njlllon. $4000 nego. ALSO. '63 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition, CH&A,., Barron Strother. Strother Timberlands, 964-8582 after 8 p.m. or anytime REDUCED..J07 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR. 1 Bo. frame, f.nc.dyord f 16.000
Chi enclosed patio on 1 acre, close 6,<0 Ltd., P.O. Box 755 Troy Ala. 36081. weekend Itpd 420PERSONALS HWY.301 SOUTH Frame 3 BR 2 Ba
'Y PICKUP run good telling : CHiA, 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 45,000
W A, Complete '62 Chevy PU for parts lawn.RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964-B878 205.566.1870 4/13-27 or 205-735-2442 .v... .PINEBREEZI SUB 3 BR, 1 tt ba, brick, CH8A, 100x109 lot $ 40,000
WOO nego 964-7378, 3.8 p.m. Itchg NORTH 3tpd CAROLINA MOUNTAINS. N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba, 5 acres $ 75.000
i 20 FINE HORSI FARM of 40 acre, located on Hwy 235 15 minute from Starke, 3
homes, lots rentals lake
.'J MERCURY LYNX LN7 I.. need.J.rk acreage ; BR/lBa ham. 6 stall barn born
at creeks, views; free lltlng Information. A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE 70-yr-old CHSA pole tool shed, utility
$600 OBO. To tee, 964 8905. Itpd building,training track I REDUCED! $140,000
LAND FOR SALE Carolina Country Real Estate, Box 686, Australian European Scandinavian
4 nTf. Hayesvllle. N.C. 28904. 704389.8335 High school Exchange Students arriving GORGEOUS HOMI ON LAKI GENEVA! 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR,3 full bath C two
'OTA 4x4: 5 Inch lift 36""Crimpers (collect). fcanCOLORADO In August. Become a host family for % bath 100' on Lake Geneva, 2V4 acre with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathing
chrome rims. 100 ACRES: six room house and born. LAND! S acres near mountains American Intercultural Student Ex- deck, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
MfM cassette, amp. roll bar pipe Owner will finance.. $2000/Acre. skIing fishing, hunting. $50 change. Call t-BOO-SIBUNG. fcan ASSUMABLE MTG. L.t ut thaw this to you today!
Bumpers tinted windows. $7900. Phone 964-7771 or 964 4537. IO/20TF down. $39.90 monthly. 60 months, AFFORDABLI AT $53.000) 1023 E. Call St.. 3BR 1 % bath CHSA, cable ready
761 446?, 2fpd 4/20-27 LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER: in city no 9.5% Interest. Total price. 1950. Callown.r stove, relrlg.. 1596 I.I.. approx. V4 acre lot.
mobile homos Zoned for modular ,
1.800.237.2297. IconBOATS LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS .PRIVACY .PRICED RIGHTI Keystone,. beautiful
home 3000. Call 964.5764 from 8-5
HOMES after 5 and weekends call TRAVEL TRAILERS Spanish-style home 3450..1., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2Vi ba formalLR
964.5251.3116TFrw p.m. fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR brick fireplace patio. pool, ceiling fan, 2
FOR SALE + U FT. TRAVEL TRAILER! deeps six. car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 asium. mtg. $135,000
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 clean. $3500. 9644468. 2tpd 4/13.20 KEYSTONE HTS Spacious, quiet country living 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR. kit/DR com
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U LAND I LOTS OF LAND In every direction bo, 2000 s.f., CH&A, city water, 2 septic tanks, exc. condition. $ 60,000
Repair), Foreclosure, repot tax delinquent from Starke. From $1,000/acre with EZ 14' FIBERGLASS FISHING BOAT withtroil.r BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR. 1 bo, CB, wood floors. IBS s.f.. 5 acres $ 60,000
properties. Now telling. Call terms. and 1985 15hp electric start CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000
1 :5-736-7375 Ext. H-FLS8X for Info 24 SHORT ON CASH 1.42 acres, well S alter Johnson 5 motor.2tpd$1200.4/20-27 Call 964-4573 OPPORTUNITIES HWY.225: 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn, newly rewired, 2 Ac. $ 32,500
tut. 3tpd 4/13.27 septic. Only $250 down. EVINRUDE p.m.OUTBOARDS New Evlnrude KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR, 1 Ba, 1500..f., wood frame $ 50,000
EAGLES NEST HOMES: kit form or 9S% FINANCING available for packagedeal BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak S/D extra lot
erected shell. 3 men 3 dayt. 964-8447 outboard and trolling motors, In box, 1000 WOLFF SUNBEDS. TONING TABLES
land, mobile home, well, MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 3/1 CH&A
or evet 4733627. 4/2OTF on septIc 1988 > 1989 model Dealer Invoice. COMMERCIAL HOME TANNING BEDS acre CB. to near $ 40,000
NEW 2 BR HOUSE: furnished, $45,300.Big and pole, set up and ready to move 100.% financing available. G B M Sales Save to 50%. Price from $249. lamps HAMPTON LAKI AREA 3 BR, 2 bo, CHSA tcreened patio with BBQ grill.
kitchen extra lot great house. IRALPH I BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 1-800-544-2850 days 8 a.m.-5 p.m. CST. lotion. Accessories. Call today, FREE Alto 3 BR MH, 1Vi ba, on 3 acret. Excellent for small horse farm.
Best buy. 831 Cypress St. 9648811. Itpd fcan color catalog, 18008353826. (FLNET) APARTMENT FOR RENT.
4/20 STUMP KNOCKER III 20 hp Mercury motor CAMPBELL'S JUICE BOWl |ulce ....LOTS S ACREAGE.....
with galvanized trailer. 964-7200, Tom. machines Five six. select machines. WALDO:4 lots city water, well septic, 2 power pole*. $ 28.000
4851710. Itchg 4/20 6.000 free can of |ulce. Guaranteed I DALEWOOD SUB Two 75'x150'lal. or buy a*'one
-, location Investment secured by ISO'xlSO1; paved street. $12,500
;S S equipment.1-800-365-8423.Total Investment fcan $13,975.Call CROSBY LAKI CANAL Lots concrete boat ramp $ 22,500

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Into two 100 lots, $65.000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.

BY OWNER. MATHEWS REALTY LOT*. GOLFAIR RD' Country Club Estates 1.11 ocr.., Make an Offer I $ 8,700 .
i. CONERLY ESTATES: Lot 12 $ 10.000
S 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 ( 1 rnIlMBn I RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
C Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In ,,,,'-tl 964-4469 lAWTEYi 5 acres, 105th Ave.,good Investment $ 15000
Hawthorne .$25.000 & Up 1..1 REALTOR PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.20.16 ocr., 3 well, 2 pole $ 50,000
e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn When soiling real estate why settle for telling the whole town WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Fla.After Frontier Hours $ 15,000

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Anne T trwlll gar N.lion . . . . . 473-7541 -
Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA .$185.000
MOBILE HOMES 18 Pauline) Randolph . . . . . . . .964-3160 -
C Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton lawteyi acre with 600 ft. Hwy.
Rodman Reservoir .$25.000 19S7 Concord 3 BR, 2V4 ba ha extra 125 frontage.Cltyi Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . 964-4:223:
lot with wood from. house, city one acre on Laura St.. room lorutilitl. Debra Connaughton . . . . . . . .944-2133e
e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots .$3500 & Up ... several '..Id.ntlollat.. __
New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham .$40,000 1973 New Moon 12x60, with Cltyi: 1.38 Ac., great' office location. '
approx. M 100 3.5 'w'nr, r .. ...... ,
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20O Acres ne ar rTheressa .$1.000 Acre 10 acre,North of Lowtey 105th Ave. : acre potential1
commercial .' oA .;,oJO" .' I iJU' .
development'area. 'i' > "ljnlll. .
Building Lots fn Smbkerlse'Subdlvfc.i'lon, Keystone $5.000 HOMES -L; :.__. -.u
I 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .$22.500 ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME; built by HOMES t ACREAGI
For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home. 2 BR w/Bath on Hall In 1987. Located In Lak. Homp.THIRESSA ARIA 1 Acre 3 BR, 2 HERITAGE
ton Oak. Shown by appointment. Bath, 1564 s.f. home $55.()()().
Acres GrahamS Two BR, I BA nice lot, $13,000.UnIon Cty 133 Sews, 200 sq.ft.
S () 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6,500 Each Southgatet, Brick veneer BR, 2 Ba, brick home. 607 Bradford Court in Starke
3 BR. 2 13A Home on 3 Ac. In Keystone Hght. For Sale or Rent. CH&A. BUILDING OTS

C 2 Homes 2 Mi. North of Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely LAND Little Lake Santa F.i s'iO'I 16)It. lot, Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon
Furnished FOR RENT S.R. 100 A, Two 6.77 acre parcels. 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly from
.$500/Mo new septic tank approved for well, payments $220
power source to lot. plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
Rental Information and applications are available at the
BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY Bob Mathews Realtor.. Andy Jordan, Associate Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke I

Ronald E. Newman, Sr. 441 Madison St., Starke Dolly Simpson Associate Equal
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3 BR.2 Both>2 Car Garage y Farms ,A Commercial ,
Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R.l00. 221 1 Water You rick I ".
Lafayette St. City ] Carpet a ; -,_ -f.f i a
ALTON ROAD 3BR/2BA Modular Home, CH4A Stove; Re..rl C Drapes,
REDUCED-Executlve home, back up to golf course. Must see I COUNTRY CLUB WOODS Lot for Sale a Swimming Pool, Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo Storage Bldg .12x12, lovely landscaped a
*LOT WITH NICE TREES, across from Hampton Lake. Owner Financing lot.WALNUT .
*VA ASSUMABLE 14 wide mobile home on 3 nice acres. Priced to sell at 28500. a STREET. Lovely Old Fashioned Two-Story Frame, 4BR/2BA. large a
EXCELLENT STARTER HOME or rental. 35000. A Few of Our Many Listings Living and Dining Rooms, Family Room Kitchen t laundry Room. Floor I
*NEW LISTING! b.outlfulgro..y lot, cleared and filled on Hampton Lake, paved *BEAUTirui TWO STORY brick < cedar farm home 4/2M, 2388 sq.ft. on 72 a Furnace, AC Unit, Large Landscaped Lot. I
road. acres. $177.652 CHURCH $STRUT 2BR/I BA Frame CHeA, Stove C Relrl. 1536 SF Nice Cor-
*NEEDS LOVII I Fixer upper with excellent possibilities on on. acre 35000. *ON SOUTH US 301i 5 plus acre with home S barn. Owner financing. a ncr Lot. .
NICK ACRE beautiful trees In Lavvtey. *FOREST HEIGHTS! Building lots on SR 16 West. Owner financed. COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/1BA A-Frame Home, Porches All Around, Stove, j a
*GRAHAM AREA approx. 1700 s.f., block house, 3 BR 2 ba, fireplace. Ig. open *CROSBY LAKI CANAL LOT high and dry, 13500. Refrl and Cast Iron Wood Burning Stove, 24>>0 Pole Barn Metal Tool Shed
shed, on 1 / acre 61000. *3 YEAR OLD BEAUTIFUL BRICK In the Country Club. Almost 2000 s.f., 3 BR, 2 boo a 8x9, 6 Acres.
*BEAUTIFUL LARGI HOME In country on 1 acre with pool, deck Ig. screen CHA. Family rm. fireplace, and mar. Built by Bobby Hall. ON THI RIVER 3BR 2V4BA Two-Story 1 M Home, CH&A, Stove, Refrl <
porch. other extra .' *LAWTIY AREA nlc. horn. CH&A,'on 1 acre, quiet. and peaceful. Dishwasher, 3000 SF. Front I Bock Porcr Enclosed Garage Well ft Sep. .
*MYRTLI STREET 3 BR 2 ba. only 39500. *BUILDING LOT In Conerly Estates nlc. area. :; tC
*APPROX.. 2 ACRES with OW mobile home; will do a leaie/purchase. *LAKI LIVING AT ITS BEST! Beautiful high C dry lot area' finest home. a S ACRES IN THI COUNTRY 3BR/2BA C3; large living I'Dining 'Room, j .
*SOUTHCATIt large BR, 2 ba rock fireplace, decorated nice. I too many extras to lists. Call for appointment. Family Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook, CHAA, Enclosed Garage, Well I
*GOLFVIEW we have 5 nice building tot left In Golfvlew. *FRAME HOME large bedroom, bath large living'room, eat-In kitchen. | Septic. aa
*HWY. U Wt 4 BR, 2 bath from. $43,000. *COUNTRY LIVING! over 2400 s.f., CH&A, 3 acres, paved road extra nice. ,
*LAWTSY| Nice 3BR. 2 bo. CB ham. *DEVELOPER NEEDED! 8 acres In Stark., city water I sewer available. SELECTED PROPERTIES.*;,' .. I "-
*TWO 1 ACRI LOTS! available off Hwy. 225. *ALMOST NEW BRICK In Country Club, 3/2's! over 1800 s.f., fireplace, rang. 1* ACRES Frontage on Farsyth Rood. Will DIvide.
*FOUl ACRES 4 BR, 2 bo. with another 3 BR..1 bath home and slnglewide MH refrlg.. DW, on 1 acre. essumabl. mortgage. REDUCED! a t ACRES Well Septic and Power .Pol. Cypress Pond a
plus 2 MH rental spaces. Owner will consider financing. *BRICK IN STARKE! 3 BR, IVi Ba CH&A. 47000. 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove. Well t Septic. Owner Financing:'
*'.1 ACRES beautiful wooded land to build on or put mobile home. *HWY. 1* WEST Brick 3/2% on 1 acre. Lot of extra. See this en*. e Acre Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water I Sewage Available. a
*HWY 301 NORTHi. 10 acres with approx. 500' frontage on 301, water sewer and *CONVENIENT TO STARKI OR GAINESVILLE Nlc. brick horn., ov.r 220 >.>., 1 ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy. 16W. ,
electric CHIA, range, ref., woodburnlng stove, on 2.78 acre*. a 1 ACRI Zoned for Mobile Home $3,500. County Hwy 125W. -
ENJOY THE SUMMER on beautiful Crystal Lake and get a bargain to boot I Over *CLOSI TO CECIL FlEW MH 1 Ac.. 2 BR, IVi bo, quiet nelghbhood, $23.500. I ACRES Hwy. 301 South. ,
.\ 4,000 s.f. 3 BR home, Jacuzzi: larg. upstairs deck overlooking the water, price *14 ACRI FARM that has It all-fish pond Improved posture, beautiful oak, a ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home, $3,000.:. jl '
reduced to sell. barn. cross-fenced water In all pastures, 2 mobile home FOUR ft-ACRE TRACTS AVAILABLE Brooker. ?'
If You Don't See Something You Like Call Us I .*COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 16 I 1 Cherry St. $23.000. a LAKI GENEVA Lorge Lot 100 ft. on Water. '
*OVER aGO ACRES with 3/" mil. of excellent
highway frontage
Have Choose hunting. COMMERCIAL Hwy. 301N. Two-Story CI Bldg w/llvlng Area
We Many Other Listings to From'Call Upstairs,
1 mil. to Country Club 2 mile to Stark. Only $1300 per OCT. a 6400 SF. aa
,*COUNTRY: CLUBi Brick, ever 1900 s.f.. formal living I dining room, I | LAKI LOTS Crosby Sampson Owner Financing.
1WsTrw, family room, rec room or extra bedroom, 2Vi bath.
One of Our Professionally *PLEASANT GROVE ARIAI 13 acre w/well C septic. Very private. IF YOU/ MIND IS ON/REAL ESTATE Of/ THINGS RELATED
+CLOSI TO COUNTRY CLUE Brick 3/2 over 1500 *.f., 100x300 lot, $56.000. I a MAKE YOUR/ NEXT STO """T ACCELERATED

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L After Hours CaD Those Realtor Associates: LAKE LOTS -HOMES.ACREAGE. Wayne Douglas' .t4-4Sn Bill 0....,. a fU.66U

, Fifii? Irene L FautlcnerH.964.S142 BUILDING, LOTS.., .COJJEROALPROPEJU Bill Dodd .M4-740I Neyls Werd, ......7....

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$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF at THI EUCHARIST' .not figurative, not sym I TO 30 ACRES with large concrete .
NEWSPAPER. PLATES aluminummea.u. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 1989 3 BR, 2 MOBILE HOME 1971 King 12X70 3/2 this offend metophorlc.you? John 6.67-WIII 6-61-Doth barns. Alto new doublewlde on 1 ocr Please write P. O. Drawer 280. Stark,
... 24x36" $.50 each. Great for Ba CHftA 24x60 mobile home on one $4000. 473-4728. 11.20 also ? Do the you or larger In country. Call 496-3939 Fla. 32091. 4/7TF
HIGH RIDGE' ESTATES go away you reject plain
and 14X56, 2 BR. 1
repairs. land 434-1993, evenings tfn/chg.
TELEGRAPH 133 acre In South Stark area. Ready literal Interpretation of John 6? uayt. LAND WANTED
W. Call St. BA good retirement or starter home.
964.6305. TF to move In. No cash needed. Call Bill 1/19
APPLIANCISt 6409 Belolt Ave. Ride by then call Catholic Answer, P.O. Box 17181. San to ACRES WANTED
reconditioned 9642624. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 473-9090. Diego CA 92117. Itpd 4/20 LY. Fait, cash closings possible. Writeto
Evening $24,300 OBO.
refrigerator, waihen' dryers, rang., N.WJI 191 single or doublewlde 2tchg 4/20-27 FOR SALE Terry Clayton S. Hwy. 41, Rt. 10
condltlon.r. Ed .Appllanc... Part. mobile hornet of your choice, let up on Box 319 Lake City. Fl. 32053. 4tchg
3/303/27 310 E. Call St. 9M'2966"P0" 1 ocr. lot ready to move Into. Located CREDIT A PROBLEM Wont a mobile CARSTRUCKSBOATSSTINGRAY 3/30-4/20
In South Stark. or Graham area. NO horn? W* can help. 9646407. Itchg Couch like new tan ft blue upholstery
THERMAX VACUUM CLEANER with attachment CASH NEEDED. Call Freda 964-2624. 420FOUR MAXUM I 19 ft., deep w/ttaln guard 25000. Powell's SALE
.. 2 yrt. old. Ilk. n.w, $550. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 BEDROOMi2 bath doublewlde, V-hull. I/O 350 Magnum 270 HP, V-8 .'63377.20.. Itpd. 4/20. HOMES FOR

473-2343 alter 6 p.m. 4lpd 4/6-27 TAKB OVER PAYMENTS like new 1989 will finance, with 5% down. 9646407. Mercury O/D W/SS prop ft P/S custom SHARP AIR CONDITIONER! 12,000 BTU

MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Buys, .11. and 24x32 BR, 2 ba doublewlde. Matonlte Itchg 4/20 d/a.low magic tilt S/ax aluminum trailer 110 volt l'/i yr. old like new. Cost BRICK HOMI ON ONI ACRI Four
trades. Sell n.w and utd furniture. tiding shingle roof many .,,'ro.. Only 3/2 DOUBlEWIDEi front and rear deck mint condition. Serious Inquiries $450 new; quick tale $150. 496-3197. bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swimming
Wicker ration and decor Item, pot $274.06/mo. No cash needed. Call Bill fully skirted must sell. 9646407. Itchg 2tpd 4/20-27 only. After 5 p.m. 4733241. Itpd ./ pool and satellite. Largo oakt.
pourrl and Inc.n. OH TV and 9642624. 4tchg 3/3O-4/20 4/20 119500. Two additional acres

microwaves at wall. 301 E. Call St.' LOOK 11 I I Mobile Hornet of your choice. LAND FOR SALE available. Call 496-3939 days and
964-3250.4/6TF "Factory Repo" bargalnt. No caih YARD SALES HOMES FOR SALE 434-1399 evenings tfn/chg. 2/2
NEW ft USED WOLFF TANNING BEDSi needed. Call Bill 964-2624. 4tchg GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U

Manufactured for home or commercial 3/30-4/20 THURSDAY APRIL 20 10.4. 799 Hebron. BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE- with 165 ft. on 4 Acres with trees, mobile horn approve repair). Delinquent tx property.
u... Top quality. Immediate delivery. RENT OR BUY-SAME MONTHLY COSTS Park of the Palm Furniture misc. Lake Geneva lovely trees, 3000 sq. ft. ed In Union County, easy terms by Repossessions. Call (1) BOO-e7-eOOO
Fr.. color brochur. Save thoutandi. Spacious mobile hornet. WW carpets, Itpd 4/20 Retiring owner must sell. Assume mor owner. Call 1..62.2683.20.. Itpd. Ext. OH-1 IS*for current repo Hit.3/10

Call today! 18002236743. fcanBUDDY'S CHftA cable-ready stylish Interior LARGE YARD SALI In parking lot 4/23/11 149500. 1-473-4375. 4tchg 4/20. Btpd. 4/27.

AMERICAN MADE JEANS. Pines, SR 121, Lake Butler 496-2366. behind Jane Funeral Horn In
Direct from manufacturer better lit. 4tchg 3/30-<1120 Keystone.i Furniture to new bathing COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 BR. 1 BA. HELP WANTEDClerical FOR RENT
longer lasting economically priced. 1 ACRE WITH MOBILI HOME dbl. carport suits. Friday and Saturday 9 a.m.-3 central heat/air. Good neighborhoodnear
Ord.r today. Save $2 p.r pair. Call 2 BR, 2 boo fully furnished pecan p.m. Itchg 4/20 golf course. Owner assisted
FREE 1-800-458-4270.. SOLID AS GOLD. and pear tr.... Appraised at $27,300; GARAGE SALI From light In Keystoneon financing with email down. "1.500. position. Mutt type 35cwpm MINI STORAGE 9x9 $15; 9x10 $20;
Call -473-4373.4tchg 4/20-5/11 miscellaneous dUl.... mutt have Inlerest $30 month plus $20
fcan Estate tale, 23000. Hwy 225 (Boyless 21 N to 6628 Woodland Dr. Sat., 9.12 an 10x10 per
GOVERNMENT SEIZED and surplus luxury Hwy), 4 ml. South of SR 100 3 ml. N. of and Sun.. 12-6 April 22 B. 23. FAMILY HOME IN CLAY COUNTY to develop writing skills. Park deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.

autos, boon, alrplacet. at low at SR 16. Estate of E.S. Oliver ((904)) Aluminum fishing boat window AC a spacious 3 BR, 2 ba, brick quality constructed time. Call 4962261. MOBIL.HOME 12/22 LOT. Iocr. shaded lot

$100. Keep/retale for great prolltt. 471-1245. Will consider financing. 4tpd many more goodies. Itpd 4/20 1920 sq. ft., huge 835 sq. ft. ready for mobile home hookup near
Amoilne recorded menage reveals 4/20-5/11 SATURDAY APRIL 22 8 a.m-1 p.m. at garage, on one acre. Many ."ro.. MOBILE HOMES Worthington. Call 496-2183 after 6:00
detail 24 hrt. 303-888-7033. fcan 12x60 MOBILI HOMI with room Expando American Legion Post 202 located on $89.500. Call Trevor Waters, Century FOR SALE
RESPONSIBLE PARTY to take overpayments c.ntral heat 2 ceiling font. $1500. SR2I, '/ mile N of Keystone traffic 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., Broker OFFICI p.m. tfnchg.SPACI. 150 W. Main Street
on Splnet-contole piano. 782-3462. Itpd 4/20 Ught.) All proceed go to the KeystoneHts. 4734903. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 $100.00 month. Call 496-2261.
Can be teen locally. Call Credit Dept. CREDIT A PROBLEM Want a mobile High School girls Softball team I IItpd 111* 1..' Wide $6995.00. Comet with Mobile Home lot large. shaded chain

9042548232. Stchg /20.5/ home? We can help. 964-6407 Itchg 4/20 FOR SALE wood tiding. 2 bedroom 1 bath appliance link fence, slab utility house, $85.00.
SNAPPER RIDING MOWERi B hp. "50. 120FOUR Included delivered to your
THREE FAMILIES baby Item, clothes, Powell's ..963377.20 Itpd. 4/20.
9648806. Itpd 4/2O BEDROOMi2 both doubl.wld., 01. Call 755-9114, Circle B Mobile
FOR SALEi 1973 Ford Mercury Zephyr will finance, with 5% down. 9646407. household Items and tool. Sat., ./22. SINGER AUTOMATIC Touch a Sew. Homes Lake City. Florida. 4/6 4tchg. RENT OR BUY-SAME MONTHLY COSTS
$350; Riding lawn mower Ilk. Itchg 4/20 9-4 p.m. 6774 Immokalee Rd., Make pattern, button holes, etc. Cost 4/27. Spacious mobile hornet. WW carpet
new Keystone, across from YMCA Camp. $689- Bol. due $150. Guaranteed cable Interior
Also CHftA
ready stylish
$1500. Call *
evet p.m., 5332197. 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi front and rear deck 21 x 70.4 bedroom motonltlng shingle,
Itpd 4/20 4/20 used Zig Zag machines, $50 ft up. Pines, SR 121, Lake Butler 4962366.
fully skirted mutt tell. 9646407. Itchg plywood floors, energy efficient
BOWS-TENTS-BACKPACKS tfnchg 4tchg 3/30-4/20
$245.00 per month. Call 753-3114. Circle -
Sleeping bogs outdoor clothing and YARD SALES 1985 YAMAHA 250 Trl-Z 3 wheeler B Mobil Hornet, Lake City. Florida.
camping accettorlet. B&J OuHlttert In LOST AND FOUND $800. D. Brown. 473.3734 or 473-3132. 4/6 4tchg. 4/27.

Gainesville, corner of SR 26 and 34thSt. Itchg 4/20 11 Doublewlde $11,91.00. 3 BOATS
3762721. 2tpd 4/20-27 SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND OIL. LOST Small mole Lion dog tan coloring. StARS ROEBUCK 17 cubic foot freezer bedroom plywood floors, delivered to .

SELLING 2 AIR CONDITIONERS a 12.000 EDt new and used all makes and Lake Geneva and SR 214 area approximately good condition $200: Sean portable your lot. Call 735-3114. Circle B Mobile ms Boyllner Fish f Ski 125 Force Outboard

btu. 6 _.. aid asking $200 or best oiler. models, $15. James Strickland 3 weeks. 475-3346. Itpd 4/20 dishwasher, $100; Marine picture by Homes Lake City. Florida. 4/6 4tchg. w9 year warranty. C.B.. Depth
A 10.000 but 1 yr. old, asking $150or 964-8733 Hwy. 233 ft 16 (Morgan Rd.). Montague Dawson; Kodak Junior Six 4/27. Finder Trolling Motor 1050000. Call

beat oHer. Call eves after 4 p.m.. 3/23TF SERVICESSEWING 20 series III, Eastman Kodak Co. 183 3 bedroom 14 x 76 wood tiding, 4963504. 4/13 2tpd. 4/20.
964-9406. Itchg 4/20 FRIDAY SATURDAY 9-5 p.m. Friday: K.A.F.4. 5 lens No. 1 Dlomatlc shutter; appliances Included delivered to your

WASHER AND DRYER. 200; Washer 9-1 p.m. Saturday. 102 long St., 301 N., MACHINES CLEANED-oiled and assorted book ft records. 473-2496. lot $10,993.00. Call 753-5114, Circle B
1009648301. Itpd 4/20 turn right at Powells Dairy Freeze adjust tension In your home. Special Itpd 420PIANO Mobile Hornet, Lake City Florida. 4/6
TWO ITEMS 14 ft. x 3 ft. galvanized .,..1 look for signs. Itpd 4/20 $22.50. Repair all brands. Work FOR SALI Responsible party to 4tchg.27.. CARSTRUCKSVANSMutt
gate, $40; 1967 Dodge 5 yd. dump 423 N. BROADWAY Fri ft Sot. 9 a.m. guaranteed. 473-7862. 4/6 tfnchg take over payments on spinetconsolepiano. For tale or rent. Office Sld't Mobile
truck make offer. Call .....59041. Itpd Baby things, exercise equipment large EXPERT HOUSE CLEANING and care for Can be seen locally. Call Credit Horn Park 496-3713. Behind SS. ..11197'Customized Ford Van. Excellent
4/20 size clothes and white uniforms, misc. the elderly. Reference 4733723. Dept. 904-234-8232. Stchg 4/20-5/4 Financing available. 4/20. Itchg. 4/20. condition. Excellent price.

ENTERTAINMENT CENTER or wall unit. household Items. 9646877. Itpd 4/20 4tchg 3/30-4/20 LARKIN COMPANY music cabinet. Six CREDIT A PROBLEM Want a mobile 462-2075 1 leave message. 3/30 4tchg.
Aduttable| lighted shelf! ttoragetpace. 6 .FAMILY YARD SALE kids clothes, toys, SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain line shelve Ittho good condition $73. 475-1204. home? We can help. 9646407. Itchg 4/20.
Broyhlll. $100. 3757577. Itpd blket, any types of furniture ft appliances relayed. Price reasonable. Bradford 490HELP 420FOUR 1971 Beavllle Chevy Van 350 short
4/20 dishes, etc.April 21-22 a.m. Septic Tank. Starke. 9604.8121.13 WANTED BEDROOM.2 bath doublewlde block runs great, body fair good tires,
CHEST OF DRAWERS 5 drawers, heavy til. Hwy 301 across from Farm Bureau tfnchg will finance, with 5% down. 964-6407. good work van. $500.00 negotiable.
solid wood. $60. 373-7577. Itpd 4/20 next to Bryan Mobil Home. Don't Miss OLI MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine COSMETOLOGIST Guaranteed salary ft Itchg 4/20 ..962225.20 tpd. 4/20.

SOFA MATCHING CHAIR green good This Onel Itchg 4/20 and Rhonda. 473-0042 or 4733289. benefit Full-time or part-time. 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi front and rear deck
condition. $125. 3757577. itpd 4/20 SATURDAY SUNDAY 9-3 p.m. Moving 4/13-27
License required. Phone 475-2211. fully skirted mutt tell. 9646407. Itchg
Sal*. Elvis collectibles, men't
clothing HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Mowing, rak-
HYBRID DAY LIUIESl $1.50 each clump or 4tchg 4/6-27 4/20
new bridal veil and electric
Individual to order. 964-7451. 2tpd gown Ing edging, sweeping roof free READ BOOKS FOR PAYI! $100 a title. --
dryer gas stove, deep freeze, Thomas estimates. 473-2278. 4tchg 4/20-5/11
./13.20INSTANT Writ: PASE-M1743,161 S. Llncolnway.
organ much more. 333 N. Church St. CHILD CARE Mother of 2 has openings. AFFORDABLEIT.ILE
12x24 Add-A-Room for house Itchg 420FRIDAY N. Aurora IL 60542. 4tpd 4/6-27
lot of activities and fun. MISCELLANEOUS
or mobile home. Full bath theetrock ft SATURDAY 8 a.m. til 9 p.m. Nutritious meal, flexible hours.Melrose CERTIFIED LIFEGUARDS and concession APARTMENTS
2x6 floor jolttt, wather/dryer hookup supervisor, May 29 through Labor Day.
1124 N.
Thompson St., Starke. Misc.
473-2168. HRS 760.
hot water heater ceiling fan. "800. Items clothes, plants. Itpd 4/20 42027DOORS area. cert. Call City Hall 4734807. $3.25 to BOWS. TINTS BACKPACKS sleeping 9'n E.Brownlee Sf:
Eves ..733627.13TF 2tchg $5.25/hr. EEO. 2tchg 4/20-27 bags, outdoor clothing and camping Camp Blanding Rd.
furniture, BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE accessories. BBJ Outfitters-
ceiling fans, pots ft pant, dithet, ? HOUSI OUT OF. LEVEL Call applications for fulltlme sales per- Gainesville, comer of SR 26 and 34th Starke, FL 32091 _

clothes, fishing tackle, toys, tools RENTLEASESALEOFFICE LaRue leveling SerdceJoraJt.lwuf..,?.*Wr.Apply In person at K.Yo'l'' !'.!)!"q Storeduring Street ::17J-2721. 4/20 2tpd. 4/27. ,
barttoolt, more. I mil. West of 301 on foundation repair Keystone, regular business hours. 3tchg Bern Safe No.T-Antiques, furniture, 964=7133
4/20-5/4 household Items much morel SR 121S.
4/13 473-7721.7/9TF
RECLINER Hwy. fabric dark wood SPACE 500 tq. ft. for rent on HOUSEPARENTS The Advent Christian to 233 W. Go 3.8 miles then left on 2 &3 BR family oriented,with
gr..n 301, Stark. Apply at Durrance
arms, clean a comfortable. $50. Pump a Supply 964-7061. 8/25TF RENTALSCOMMERCIAL Village Is seeking mature couples to CR. 23. Sign potted. Thursday 4/20.April 20 laundry A large playground.
21. 4/20 Itchg.
Friday April
3757577. Itpd 4/20 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE. US 301 S. acrossfrom serve os relief houseparent 10-12 Warehouse Sal. .Everything Mutt Gel Fret electricity first month.Rent .
BABY BED complete with mattress and Wol-Mort/KOA. 350mo. SPACI available In day per month In our horn for .
bumper pad. $50. 375-7577. Itpd 4/20 964-8848 473-3627. 12/8TF Keystone Height 2 location: 700 sq. children. A dedication to the ministryof Wholesale or below. Rivers Hardware 30% of your monthly

SOFA TABLEt rich mahogany Queen FOR SALE eves BY OWNERS small mobile ft. S 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility teaching training and taking core Warehouses, East Main. SIrt.2O1tchg. income if you qualify.

Anne style, reproduction like new. home park on Grlfflt loop (Rd. 100-A). In both location 473-3193 or training of children and Is necessary. Please We provide call Barn Sal. 4/20.No. 2 Antiques, lamps, Ifyou tarn $3 36 per hr., 40
$175. 375-7577. llpd 4/20 GOWNS Four 'lots with three mobile hornet and 473-7683 leave message. 4/6 tfnchg 904-65(3333. EXT. 349 for more Infor trunks, household Hems morel I hrt. a week, ham 3 dependent,
$50. Alterations room for more. Rental Income $700 week. 473-3856. mation. 2tpd 4/20-27 Thursday April 20 ill noon Saturday, your rent would bt about$112.a .
Prom $25; wedding gowns Fish swim ski. $250
monthly. Call alter 6 p.m. 964-8970 or RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY need April 22. Two miles south of Worthington
".50. 468-2342 Julia. Itpd 4/20 .,pd627 month or$3.73 per day for
7t MOBILI HOME 2 BR, 1 ba and 1956 OFFICI 964-4430.FOR or 964.8705.RENT Hwy.2/16TF 301. Rent LAKE COTTAGE by week, $250. Spring! welder Apply In person Monday- Sprlngt on SR 121. Rain or days left in month, for move-fa
8:30 a.m.4 thin. 4/20 Itchg. 4/20.
Friday at Kustom Kar
Chevrolet. Call 964-4140 or 964-8753. Lake. Swim ski, ft fish. 473-3151. 4tpd p.m.
negotiable. Contact Ron Denmark 4/6-27 Corp., Reynolds Industrial Park Hwy Auction Watch for announcement Sid's after 1stQualified

LIVING Itpd 4/20 ROOM CHAIRS very good condi 964-5316.4/13TF 30 FOOT CAMPER with AC. furnished 16 E. Green Cave Springs. Itchg 4/20 Bargains Auction early In May. Singlet Accepted.
FOR RENT East Call St.
OFFICE SPACES General merchandise, furniture baby
tion. Clean reasonable. 9643421. Itpd except cooking gai. Prefer single. $200 Move-in cost can bt at low at
Info call Cattle 4/20.
For more PropertiesUSA items, etc.2O Itchg.
month. 4732667. 2tchg 4/13-20 LAND FOR SALE
4/20 $10.00.
Lie. Real
Inc. William D. Tiffin
SEVERAL ITEMS 1 fiberglass truck topper 9645063. 4/20 SMALL OFFICE. SPACI near downtown.Rent Low Income

for LWB truck $150; aluminum topper COMMERCIAL Estate Broker RENTAL 3200 2tchg plus tq.ft.; negotiable. Call 473-2077 or V4 ACRI LOT with septic, electric a See 8 Rowing
for LWB truck $100; garden tiller 9 district old 4733478. 2tchg 4/13-20 water. N.E. Keystone Hts.. 12500.
hp. $175; Draw-Tite trailer hitch for '88 Historic Call St. business ; RENT OR SELL 1987 Fleetwood MH 1 475-2724. 2tchg 04/20--0' J.J Rents for 30%

Chevy pickup $73. Call 964-4380; after ten-cent ttore. Will renovate for good acre, more or less, furnished or unfurnished. 11 ACRES of hay producing pasture Equal of Your Income
tenant. Call Bill Green ((904)) 2227500.
6 p.m. call 9646238. 2tpd 4/20-27 4733397. Itpd 4/20 with 1984 DW MH bam fenced Homing If You Qualify
1971 HONDA 175l Excellent condition..I.c. 4tchg 413.54FOR Bl THI .FIRST OCCUPANT w/optlon to assumable mtg. Motivated seller. R.T.
LEASE! 1000 ..f. building portlallycompl.'ed renovated 3 BR/I BA MH. Newcarpet
.start $300. TWO DATSUN buy a Lovom Realtor 473-3254 or Carol -
for last food business. Hwy.
TRUCKS: good for parts or make 1 good !, central AC. 1-904-388-6109 Coombs, 4733807. 2tchg 4/20-27
wheels $100. 301 S. 964-8447. eves night 2tpd 4/20-27 LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks
truck out of both. Mag $14.900;
120 .. .ft. 301 S.
FOR LEASE Hwy across
$500 down $181 month. Phone
782-3462. Itpd 4/20 .... ; Career College
from KOA/Wolmart. "- .7 or eves473.3821.420TP City
473-4367 after
TWO ITEMS Diamond-plated aluminum ANIMALS 6 p.m. 473-5675. 4tpd

tool box full tlxe, $93. 55 gallon __
tq.ft.Hwy across
aquarium with stand $70. 964-3728. from KOA/Wolmart. '"......7 or eves ,A ARABIAN-Vt THOROUGHBRED 6 ,
512 East South St. Itchg 4/20 473-327. 4/anTF year old female' 15-. hand. Bay. 420511COWART Picture yourself in a rewarding
PLYWOOD \/ 4 ply CDX $8.14: 3/4" Almost new saddle a bridle, Neg. Cog-
$14.99' Pressure treated 4x8 lallic.B.99 LOSTFOUNDKEYS gin!. $750 for hone t tack or will take Career TODAY
$ ; Tempered pegboard 1/4"x4x8 pickup truck In trad*. 475-2910 after Air Conditioning
$8.99. miles South of Starke on 301. Itpd 4/20
468-2624 Stephen Smith lumber. 4/20 FOUND at boat landing at Sampsonlake. QUARtER HORSE Sorrel color. 6 yean Contractors e Word. Processing 15-Week Word Processing

PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER all building GM a Dodge. It 4/.0 old gelding. 15-2 hands, gentle. Neck CA6027626 e Private Security Data Entry
bttr. 4x4x10 HANDMADE BLANKET LOST Orange rein western or pleasure. New saddle -
cod$3.93 approved.; 4x4x12 No.$6.90;or Jx4xl2 $3.19; and) blue lost during rain .to"" Sat., bridle ft pad. $750 or take trade, 1 I 964-8025 | e Business Accounting e Medical AssistantAseasyasl23

2x4x16 $4.46; 2x6x16 $6.23. 7 miles Apr. B In Melrote. Call 377-314 Neg. Cooglns. 475-2910 after 5:30 p.m.

south of Stork on 301. 468.2624.St.ph.n Reward Itchg 420REWARDLOST Itpd 4/20 I
Smith lumber. Itchg 4/20 DOGS Strayed lost or FREE several lovely Indoor/outdoor pet Serving Bradford County
WS TEACH SKIN CARE taken from In front of horn Hwy 301 cats to kind homes. One Beautiful
Retultt-orlented product. Dematologlttletted. north |lust across from Smith Brot. Angora male, $20. Cat lover only and surrounding counties Call TODAY

Mary Kay hat a skin car. Body Shop. Small dog 9 Ibt., whit pleosel 473-0526. Itchg 4/2O for over 15 years.3TONADDONSYSTEM. .
for Call today. Sandra Reddish with tan marking, on Friday. Apr. 14. 2 ONI YEAR OLD PERSIAN-cat. 1 block 377-1464
system you. Coniultonf. Please call Martha Todd 964-4882 or male, 1 tortoise shell female. Must sell
Dlretort Mary Kay 964-6422. Itpd 4/20 due to child's allergy. CSA registered. TRANI!
((904)94-3031) or 4733214. 4/20 $100 each. 475-3348. Itchg 4/20 6700 SW 34th Street Gainesville, FL 32608

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from page 7A 1371 S. Walnut Street

!I ,: Trucking.David bon, 224 lb., 150lb., bought by A StarkeOpen
Harris, UFFA-Sr, blue rib- Union County Times.
,. bon Howard, 213 lb., $1.50/lb., bought by Charmln Wiggins, BFFA-Jr, blue Mon.-Sat. 9-9; Sun. 10-6
Auto Parts. ribbon, 233 lb., $2.25/lb., bought by
1, Jeff Gainey, UFFA-Jr, blue rib- Lewis Timber & Billy Cason.
bon, 221 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., Blake Dicks U4H-Jr blue ribbon
bought by Pritchett Trucking. 228 lb., $U5/lb., bought by ShaddTrucking
Davis, UFFA-Sr, rib- & Archer Service Station. = j
bon, 231 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., Lawtey 4-H Club, shown by Denise =
bought by Pride of Florida. Weber, B4H-Jr., blue ribbon 226 lb.
Jeffery Whitehead, UFFA-Jr,blue $2.SO/lb, bought by Florida NationalBank. = THESE FISHING

ribbon, 240 lb., $2.50/lb., bought by = = = _= -- = = =
Howard Auto Parts. Jason Smith, BFFA-Sr, blue rib- __ = =_ _/ = -- FEVER SPECIALS
Dana Newsome, B4H-Jr, blue rib- bon,237 lb.,$1.75/lb..bought by Paul
bon Electric., 255 lb.,$1.50/lb., bought by B&H Newell & Frank Walrath, Attorneysat

Sally Thomas, BFFA-Sr, blue rib- Troy Law.Starling, UFFA-Sr, blue rib- APRIL 1ST THRU j
bon, 202 lb.
$$1.75/lb. bought by
Patrick Welch & Associates.Tina bon, 225 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by APRIL 30TH -w
Spires = 33
Fletcher, UFFA-Jr, blue rib- ZEBCO
John Weber, B4H-Jr red ribbon
bon, 212 lb., $1.25 plus $.25/lb., ,
bought by Pritchett Trucking. 194 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by Hillan- TRlMullet JohnSOn cFT CLASSIC
Kevin Kirby, UFFA-Sr, blue ribbon dale Farms, Inc.
218 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by In- John Reichert, BFFA-Sr, red rib- 1 103 spincast'Reel@EEb
terstate Supply. bon, 209 lb., $1.75/lb, bought by SamJohns' 13 Feather :SLaWesa:
Lake Butler Sr. FFA, shown by 76.Ricky f\ Control
Beth Parrish, blue ribbon, 223 Ibs., Beck, B4H-Jr, red ribbon, \ gteel Ban
$2.50/lb., bought by Lake Butler Ap 218 Chastain's lb. $1.50/Ib, bought by mj i tM.i Mono Sprite 96
I parel.Julie. Jewelry &Jones Funeral 19
Tallman, UFFA-Sr, blue rib- Home. PPVJ20 ; Cast 1/4/ oz. Gold
bon, 233 lb., l.75/lb., bought by Sean Crawford, UFFA-Sr, red rib- o Caste
Howard Archer & Sam Johns. bon, 233 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by Net! Long
BC 4-H Horse Club,shown by Emily JacksonReeger.Jane Cotee 4 Action -
sellers B4H-Jr, blue ribbon, 244 Stanwiz-Hay, B4H-Sr, red .. w
I lb., $2.00/lb., bought by Drs. Pete ribbon, 257 lb., $2.00/lb., bought by ProPakSwrnnw g
Gianas & Len Schlofman, and Ray Triest Construction. 3
Norman. Amy Triest, B4H-Jr, red ribbon, Glitter Worn'
Maria Croft U4H-Jr 204 lb., $2.50/lb Bradford BBBBBW
blue ribbon, bought by 3
204 lb., $.15 plus $.25/lb., bought by County Telegraph. 4"Worm S TMeshSVetchNetbnB needs!
Pritchett Trucking. Mary Tarleton, U4H-Jr, red ribbon Count PaH i ** tackle
Lake Butler Jr. FFA Chapter, 209 lb., $2,OO/lb., bought by Ar- 20 ? r 'rs
Ricky Wheeler, UFFA-Jr, blue rib- cher Funeral Home. ae Vo
bon, 220 lb., $2.00/lb.,bought by Prit Ryan Faulkner, B4H-Jr, red ribbon ft, *fc'1 ART for _
chett Trucking.Kim 218 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by
DouglaSbB4H-Jr, blue ribbon, Allstate Insurance. SHIMANOFX300
230 lb. by Lewis Donnie Griffis, UFFA-Jr, red ribbon -
Timber & Billy Cason. 241 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by gpg-9 '60C Reel has
Jason Hersey, B4H-Sr blue rib- Hillandale. ZE'gC
bon, 238 lb., $2.00/1b.: bought by John Minshew, UFFA-Jr, red rib- Bait Alert
W.W. Gay.David bon, 216 lb.,$1.75/lb., bought by Sam _
Prevatt, B4H-Sr, blue ribbon Johns, Richard Luke and Doyle Fresh and Stainless Steels SPINNING
252 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by Ray Varnes. ,
Norman, Drs. Pete Gianas & Len Marty Sellers, BFFA-Sr, red ribbon Saltwater Gears CorrosionPrespooled REELWeCeramic
Schlofman. 221 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by i Grap sSp
Benji Bennett, B4H-Jrb blue rib- Lake Region Monitor, Keystone. e
bon, 204 lb., $ by Kevin pInCBSt esistance
Sapp, UFFA-Sr, red ribbon, $ System
Home Casting
Entertainment. 204 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by Hillan- FIRE II
Robert Mann, UFFA-Jr, blue rib- dale. 135 yds/2W th ORea ize Offset QUICK Construction
bon, 218 lb., $1.75/lb.] bought by Bradford FFA Sr. Chapter, shown COCnbO GraptiTitanium
Howard Auto Parts.
by Linda Barnes, red ribbon, 245 lb.,
Loir Mosley. B4H-Sr, blue ribbon, $2.00/lb.] bought by Florida National S 5 Rear Drag
223 lb, $2.00/lb., bought by Community Bank. 3776
State Bank. r_
Chris Thornton, BFFA-Jr, blue Guides I ,
lu hav every wlveniMd damn Block' How0v due to wiy unforeseenteuton
ribbon, 233 lb., $2.50/lb, bought by ,an*dv.. nol rnercMndl purclwM, Wai Man wrfl iwuoRon
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Check on Ihe 'lo be purchjwed at Ihe MMpt
Curtis & Leroy Addison. //:3: !"r" ice whenever mvmtaMo,or w.sell yOU.-item al.Ce1"PtteUkeOuC: <
John C. King, BFFA-Sr, blue rib- bonlnpiice WereMMweihenyhllohmilquBnlitiei' '" Lmwuiiont' WOK!10 Neo
bon, 251 lb., $2.00/lb., bought by Wifmihg! MeHtco
Mosley Tire Company.
Drew Wainwright, B4H-Jr, blue Tennis
ribbon, 219 lb., $3.00/lb., bought by
J.R. Wainwright.Rhonda .
110 w i Hour Ott l.om
Joyner, UFFA-Sr, blue With A Friend tor$5 each
ribbon, 229 Ibl $2.25/lb., bought by Cot Mart of 473-4380 or SUMMER 1989 CALENDAR
Howard Auto Parts. ve4-e3oriStudents

Jonathan Bishop, U4H-Jr, blue COy 0 COltJ
ribbon 238 lb., $1.75/lb., bought by *
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Julie Loper, B4H-Jr, blue ribbon,
252 Mason lb.,;"v.200lb., bought by Painters Team CHE ANDREWS CENTER iCHE"Ol ,

-Lori Hedrick, UFFA-Sr. blue rib- LE.C<<; 209 West Call Street, Starke, Florida 32091 C'OL LE.G<<;

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