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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SECTION As 12 Pag. SINCE '

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Look for seasonal weather, with high temperatures Editorial Pag, . ./. .,.. ,.,,4A
reaching into Th. Social Scono. ., . ..., .. ..
the 80 a and lows in the 50'. during the next few d' S.6A "' -
: days. -411 ..... .....
The U.S, Weather Service Oltice predicts Public Notlc.'A; t:
rain through the week-end although there only may a be slight partly chance cloudy of Sportf. . . ., . :9"loA.
skies during the day,and clear, nights. Expect!some fog in the early t YOUNI.i(: 't[ LLtj'i'L1FtYi "
mornings. SECTION II 12 Pag.s UNIV Rr.i! p .k
Rainfall for March'at the three fire towers in Bradford County: Sun.hln. Indu.tr'' . I' F F j L'jR t lrf I ,
Santa Fe 7.40 inches; New River, 5.00 inches; Louis Hill, 4.54 IJlIrodford Ho.pltal. .21 Qn / 1GJ;
ches. N.ws Srl.fs. .31 t'NE''GwXLL ..
The 30 year average rainfall for March is 3.96 inches., Early Morning' 'Ir., ,51 ., 1"// i" ,
The moon will be lull, Saturday, April 2. Accld.nts. .61' 'The Sweetest Side 7 -
Time will change Easter Sunday, April 3. Move clocks ahead one Ob'tuorl.' 71 Strawberries This 01 nv.108th .. ,... _
,hour,Saturday night, April 2. Clolliflad, Ads, .'.111 Year STARKE FLORIDA: 25 Cents Copy
37th Issue Thursday, March 31, 19X8 USPS 062.700

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For 5-Day Run



The 38th edition of the Bradford and is said recovenng nicely
County Fair is set to open this rues- :The fair buildings are all paIntedthose i
day, Apnt S? for a five-day run not painted last year were
,through Saturday,.April 9. painted this year by inmates from,,,
Advance ride tickets are, being Lawtey Correctional Institution.
'sold at half price, two for$1, at the' The north-Florida country lair will
Chamber of Commerce throughnoon feature, livestock, arts and crafts,,,
Monday, April 4. The olfice will 'local cooking and sewing There will
be open Friday, Saturday and Sun be judging and ribbons awarded In
day, April 1-3. At the Bradford Fair many. categories. The fair exhibit,
%r" wi it will be one ticket per ride, no mat buildings open at 11 a.m..on Wednes-
4t ter what is printed on the ticket, says, day and at noon on Thursday Frir
wM Chamber Director Wally Ingram. day and Saturday. '
Strawberries are in' for ,the fair The midway will open at S 'p.m.
L- 4j ; ,this year. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
y A new parking area has been graded at 1 p.m. Friday (free admission
I on the south side of the lair en through 12th grade until 5pm.),and
trance. The state has paved the 3 p.m',Saturday', '
farmer's market parking lot. The

.. jIh' V Vo-Tech Center, Bradford Countyand Berry Queen......
,, I p _, National Guard hauled in fill
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dirt and the Guard did the grading. Highlight this weekend's pre-
Cars will be parked south of the fair activity is the ,26th ,annual
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__ fairgrounds until that lot is full, then Strawberry Queen Pageant set at 7
Saturday 2. the
will be shifted to the parking lot p.m. night April 'in
Bradlord auditorium
north of the fair buildings. High
One of 10 Bradford beauties will be'' ,J
IYA Entrance to the north parking lot ,
t selected 1988 Strawberry Queen to
v ,
will be the second entrance past theformer
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,succeed 1987 Queen, Tammy Mor
highway patrol station. A big
row.'The new Strawberry Queen will
sign will be posted. Exit is still past
the ribbon to the fair and
,snip open
the Roping Club stands.
the events of the
reign over week
Gate admission will be $1, same as
For more on the beauty pageant, see
last year. A pass good for,the week
Page 6A of this edition.RuralUrb .
can be purchased lor $3.

'''Bradford Beauties.... ,;,11. Photo By Murk.Friedlta Fairgrounds order rest' rooms Warren are in n Day..,
good working reports
I Reigning 1987 Bradford Strawberry Queen Tammy Morrow paints a\ Bradford strawberries this year are some of the prettiest growers say, Carver, who has shouldered the The annual Rural-Urban Day activities '
I lovely portrait as she poses In this lush berry patch of L.M. Norman., ,A flat of berries Is $8 In the field or f 9-10 along L'S-301.' You can pick'em ,lion's share of the flunky and go-ter is set at noon 'Wednesday,
This Saturday night Queen Tammy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A.C* yourself for !80, cents a quart in Leon,Starling's ,U-Pick'em operation just ''problems this year due to the illnessof ,April 6, sponsored by the;, Starke
Morrow, will crown the 1988 strawberry queen.'For more on Saturday's'' off SR-225 east of Lawtey, County Agent Bobby Taylor, who (See Fair to Open..p.iA
,Strawberry Beauty Pageant, see Page 6A.' has returned home from the hospital


Worth, fating Lawtey 'Council to Take "2nd Try' at 'Firing 'Employee I I'by


Buster flahn, }Siiiitli' were Councilmen Bill !arouse April, 'and that he jSmlthJ''' may attend -: April. :- ..* ,
BCT Staff Writerfhefiringof : ''and Buster Bennett. Commissioners, ,'the :,meeting.ind address the\ tionTo discuss hiring a police ollicer.To lhleLJ'ordan'! Said he'felt'a:full
Easter Program.., WaterYlantOperator'pale l. uara'Uarrls and Emmett Bright, "issue ,discuss hiring, .a ,water plant'' .council should be present to consider'an
Friday, April 1, at 10 a,m., Joy Smith by the Lawtey council at were'absent from,,the March, 21! ',' Smith'was given a. copy ot' the let' operator. issue as ,important' as "hiring.,
Norman will Easter,> ,the called meeting Monday, March 'special meeting It'rlut no discussion ot the subjectwas another police ollicer.
present aa 21, ran complications' Mayor Lawtey city council was called Ins allowed by Mayor Rosier Hire Policeman...
Program for children ages 3-9 at. ,Marvin Rosier said,'and will be considered ispeciat' session Monday,,'March When 'the'council moved to (the second Councilman Emmett Bright was
the Bradford Public
County again, at the ,regular' 28; at which time a letter signed by Why the Meeting.:.. item on the agenda, the hiring ,absent, both March' 21 and March 28.

Library.There will be a storytime with Mr. 'meeting. Monday,'April 4. Mayor Rosier was 'publicly read to Mayor Rosier announced the, '01 a fourth police otficer. Chief of 'Mayor Rosier* agreed with Chief
Bunny and the making of Easter Smith was, tired in a March :U Dale Smith. The letter advised ,meeting was called to consider three Police M.M. Jordan requested the Jordan, and postponed consideringthe
egg cards, in which children canwrite ,meeting on a 2-0 vote, with Mayor ',Smith his termination will be considered .items: question be postponed until the next issue until the next regular'
their own very special) Rosier ,abstaining Voting tolr :: at the ,regular, ; meeting in Open bids 'on septic tank renova ,regular council meeting Monday, meeting
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.messages.For more information please call' 'to Battle Hazardous Waste Plant.

the,library. Union 'Organizes (?, I IA.

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,Rural-Urban Day meeting t'the' Union County legal aspects of the matter. "He has sion> files a written report of its findings farm, has taken some of his collec- twit of hazardous waste whenever
The annual- Rural-Urban day, Courthouse, last Thursday evening been In touch with lawyers in to be published in the Florida tion to the Florida State Museum in possible and encourage reuse:
chicken dinner' at the ,Bradford March 24, appointed Debby Gnlfis, Jacksonville who are specialists in, Administration Weekly, The appeal Gainesville. Archeologists there reduction,: reclamation recycling:,
County Fair will be held next resident of Raiford, the temporary this field" Traylor reported., will be heard by a Tallahassee hear I have dated the pieces from as recent and other, long term, saler alter
Wednesday, April 6, sponsored. by chairperson of a group to organize ing officer and, if upheld would open ,as 1600 A.D. and some as old as native solutions,". say members of
the Starke Rotary Club opposition to the hazardous waste 'To Identify Flaws... the' door to litigation which could' perhaps 5000 B.C., or older. ,iC-CAP., "The treatment :of hazar'
Dinner tickets $3 each,' may be treatment plant now set to be built at The immediate task of the group is postpone a final site decision for For' more on the Wilkinson collection -' dous waste should be undertaken only 0:'
purchased from Rotarians, or the I Ellerbee curve Just 2 miles north of to collect information' and data months. If the appeal is not upheld see Page 4A,, the''"Editorial ,after all ,source reduction and I
Chamber of Commerce oltice They Raiford about the site, to establish Haws in ERC's final site recommendation of, Page recycling opportunities have been
can ,also be. purchased. at. the' The group has chosen the name ,the siting procedure. March 11 would be sent May 1 to the exhausted," says C-CAP. '
fairgrounds., United C-CAP, (Citizens Coalition Information used by the consultants -,.. Governor and Cabinet./ Overall Aim. '. v If any community in our state accepts .
Serving line begins at 11:30: a,m, ,Against Pollution), to Indicate their ,",.\,,Roy F.. Weston, Co.' of The thrust of the, opposition is a hazardous waste treatmentsite
close association with the group in Virginia, in ranking the'' Ellerbee A New Wrinkle... directed toward no solid waste treat they' encourage creation of a
Bradford county,and elected Rachel 1 curve site, number one:"., ''is A'new' facet of the opposition ment facility at all, rather than justto new and dangerous hazardous waste
Teen Parenting... Harris ,as chairperson. with Gary flawed," said Buddy Revels. resi forces, first brought to public attention -, locate it elsewhere disposal industry in Florida which
A continuing series of meetings,' Mayer as spokesman. Secretary IS'' 'dent of Bradtord county,' 'and a' at the March 24 meeting in the, "To build the ,plant would encourage can affect the quality ,of life!! many
on Teenage Parenting,Myth vs.' 'Linda Parrish, and Treasurer Ken leader in the opposition to hazardous. 'Union County Courthouse?: is the production ,of more and miles away from the actual hazar.
Reality, is underway. Parrish., waste treatment facility. presence nearby of Indian artifacts, more wastes, opponents reason. To ,dous waste disposal site.'The convenience -'
Future meetings r April 13 and 20..> Bradford Commissioners The aim is to find enough errors or' and Indian burial mounds, indicating .1 ,not have a plant anywhere would en-'' of this industry encourages
1 Time: 3:15: p.m. Place; Bradford Lawrence Mosley and Maxie Carter flaws in the consultants data to support -, that an Indian village may courage production of .less and, less 'production of more hazardous waste
High School. Jr. were present at the meeting a lawsuit, if it becomes have been on or near the,Ellerbee. wastes, they say.Producers by providing short sighted disposal
a long with members of C-CAP Sally necessary to file for an injunction.. Curve site. of the' hazardous solutions. Once a facility of this type
Starke Stars... Gotts, Buddy Revels, end Chairman'' 'Appeals from the March 17 site J. L. Wilkinson,who lives adjacentto wastes should be required to dispose:, 'is operating there is no incentive to
Dean Traylor recommendation must be filed the site,and who has for years col-i of their own wastes, and not at the reduce production of hazardous
An organizational and tryout I Starke attorney Johnnie Hobbs is withnin 14 'days after ERC (En-, lected arrow heads and pieces of pottery ( expense of the taxpayers. fiat '
practice is set at 3 p,m. Sunday donating, his: time to work on the 'vironmental 'Regulation, .Confirms-1 ,from .the plowed fields on his "We want to discourage e, produc'" ,(See WasteP.3A)
April,10, on Edwards Road Field


urged No.,Anyone 2 the to attend Starke Interested that Stars practice in, playing boys 1618.session is" ,Ms. Jean Clark is, ,Bradford Teacher of' the :Year I

says Coach Jerry McGriff,

by Buster Rahn Mrs.. Clark, the'daughter of ,an
BCT Staff Writer educator, was born'' in Ohio, but
Clothes for
Needy..
Norma Jean Overholser Clark, a graduated from Knox High School in
Northside Baptist Church has a first ,grade teacher at Hampton Knox, Indiana. Her father,. a
,clothes bank. Elementary School,has been named teacher, school principal and school
If you or anyone you know is in 'the 1987 Teacher of the year for the superintendent moved J his_ family &
need of clothes, please call the Bradford District. from time to time, persumg his
church at 964-7124 or Jean Norman, Mary ;Ann Kyle, Principal at career as he moved upward. 'in
9645000., Hampton, says, "Jean Clark is one education..' two
of the most dedicated persons I nave Following high school, Mrs, Clark ? ,
Upcoming... ever known. She gives 110 percent to attended Perdue University m W, ite
,students and faculty. LaFayette, Indiana.
Public meetings scheduled in the Nominees from other >district Prior to graduating, Ms. Clark '
coming weeks are: schools for this year are: met and married Connie Clark, a [-1'T1L _
Starke Zomng Board: 7 p.m. Joan Watson, Brooker Elementary Bradford County native, and movedto
Thursday March 31. City hall. Florida, m 1955.
Bradford County School Board, Linda Bennett, Lawtey Elementary But not for long. _
workshop to discuss staffing chart, Mr, and Mrs. Clark returned to
Thursday, March 31, at 7 p.m., in Phyllis Rother Starke Elementary Muncie, Indiana, to enroll in the Ball
the Administration Building on N. State Teacher's College, where they "
Temple Ave.Strawberry. -Jeannie'Loper, Bradford Middle received both bachelor and master Fr-_
Pageant and crown- School. degrees m education: Mrs. Clark, V
ing of Strawberry Queen, Saturday Mary Osborne, Bradford High who finished college before her hus- -_
Apnl 2, In BHS Auditorium. ,School band, taught school for three yearsin Exceptional Effort..: 1'IMci"r! frUrfc FrWUo
Bradford County Commissionerswill David Smith, Vocational 'Tech. Indiana, until he graduated.The (1-, ;; Ja..y
Kindergarten students are ) Melody Barr
hold regular monthly meeting, The Teacher of the Year is namedby young'couple returned to'' Ms..Jean Clark, the 1988 Teacher-of.Ue-Vear'Ior Rhoden Jessica Mar.
Allen
Monday,April 4 In Courthouse, a selection committee, composed, Bradford County armed with excellent -, Bradford County,at work in her classroom at Hampton Starling, ,Crystal' Murphey,
shall.
begin at 9:30: a.m., ,. of peers,students and parents. It is a credentials for teaching in elementary! ,_---" _, ..
Bradford County School Board, ,singular honor, that seeks the recipient '' rural North Florida. They were both tificate to set up the program, other;' worked in that position for two 1972, 16 years, she has been a First
workshop to discuss administrative rather than being sought. It is, assigned to Lawtey Elementary teachers can carry on the program, I years,' receiving full teaching credit grade teacher at Hampton' Elementary c -
'staffing, Monday April, at 7 p.m.,1 more than a popularity contest, taking School for the years 1960-62 Mrs. once established. Mrs. Clark resignfor the time. ,{,
in ad building on N, Temple Ave. in all aspects of the teacher's Clark was a Certified Exceptional ed at the end of December In 1967 the Clark family moved to '
Lawtey council, reglular teaching ability character educa Student Education (ESE) teacher, a For a good reason. Winter Haven, where Mr. Clark was .-
meeting, Monday, Apnl 4, at 7:30 lion uudpersonality- is an honor, skill needed in the local schools.In The Clarks decided' to raise a employed In the Polk Jr.College as a For the past six years;Mrs. Clark
p.m., in Lawtey City Hall. aid rightly, so, coveted by, all the autumn of 1962, Mrs. Clark ,family, with Scott being adopted In guidance counselor.They were gone has worked two nights a week at the
Starke council,regular meeting educators. moved to I Southside ElementarySchool 1963, Bryan In 1964 and Amy m 1968. from Bradford County for,only a Bradford-Union Vocational
Tuesday, April, at 7:30: p.m., In The county teacher of the year will to establish the ESE program -' In 1965 the county office called Mrs., year, before home. Technical Center teaching basic
City Hall be entered in a regional meet from since she held proper credentials Clark to return to work on a part, Mrs. Clark return to part time education to clients of Sunshine
which the state-wide Teacher of the for the Job. While Florida laws time basis, 'as ,coordinator of the' work in 1970, and became a full time Acres, ages 18 to upper 60's.
"'<'._") .. ... .... holder of,nn ESE cer-. ESE I Mr. Clark died In 1986.
:O-1. 'I V ''I'Wlrr, hoP.'I<)>Ff'n, ,rcJnrtt'lhc program, county-wide., She teacher at Hampton in 1971. Since r




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. Reluctant MHPermit Result of Errorby .: Bad Debts Got You Down? IIISIISCall, .:

We can help clear up that 533-2242 :
Buster Rahn. The land ..tuned-Kbf'-l: tor uingie Issue the temporary permit. Zoning Board Lurry t'aterson' part-duo accounts for you.
BCT Staff WriterA family residences only.meaning no The Lundquists accepted the third move to recommend to the county :4
temporary permit for a mobile homes. Their family hall alternative on recommendation by commissioners that the temporary .< '
doublewide mobile borne in the SE: outgrown the small frame house, O'Neal. permit be issued as,requestnA' 4 :
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part of the county was issued when which they have owned since 1977,so The temporary permit is issued in, : 9 S Collection Services 15' :4
the Bradford County Zoning Board they decided to install a doublewide hardship cases such as this, for five Replogle seconded the motion, P.O. Box 241 .4
met fuesday, March 29, in a called mobile home,. and sell the existing 'years,after which it must be reviews with a proviso that the towing : :4 I
32091-0261)
Starke FL
meeting. house. ,ed, and extended, or denied. tongues and axles be removed, and ,
The board talked: at length before The Lundquists checked with the Zoning Board Member Rick the unit skirted. The motion was .. You can depend on us .
Issuing a temporary permit for installation zoning office, and received a permitto Replogle questioned the Lundquists amended to reflect the change, to to get the Job done." Unlimited Collection Procedures .
of a mobile home in pro- put a mobile home on the proper to determine that they understandthe which>I the Lundquists agreed. .
perty zoned RSF-1 (single family ty. 'ro their dismay, zoning office -
terms of a permit, and they Following the vote, which approved
residential). Although the last Tues- personnel found the land is not zoned assured him of their understanding the request 4-0. Replogle said,
day night in each month is reservedfor for mobile homes as they thought, that they must seek an extension at "('m ,reluctant to approve, and I NOTICE
the county zoning board, there creating a problem for the Lund the end of five years, which mayor think-we are doing a disservice to
were no requests for rezoning and quists, who have sold the frame may no be renewed.There Is nothing residents who live in the area,
nothing on the agenda requiring a house, and contracted for a to prevent them from requesting although I am sympathetic to the
meeting. doublewide mobile home.In rezoiing of the property. couple who are trying to upgrade Earn your high 'school
the Tuesday night meeting their living facilities.""
Office Error... Darrell O'Neal said there are three When discussion 'waned, Zoning diploma by taking the
possibilities, for consideration. Board Chairman Robert Scott called Chairman Scott'advised the Lund-
John and Linda Lundquist own an Deny the request and refund the for a motion. 'there was no response, quists the request will be heard by G.E.D. Test.. For 'further
acre of land nine miles south of money to the Lundquists. for several minutes. the county commissioners at their
Starke,about'a mile east of the coun- Rezone the property and changethe O'Neal reminded the board that regular meeting Monday, April 4, in information call :
ty landfill on'SR-l00. land use plan. someone must make a motion.to the courthouse.

964-68OO ext. 122.

. Grant Says ERCfs_ Decision, on UCI :Site was ForegoneIn Deadline for registeringis

a March 25 news release,'U.S. challenged under the'Flonda Sun the exclusion of all contrary the site selection pruc & wmcn he 21 1988. '
Congressman Bill Grant, declaredthe shine Law. evidence." maintains was fatally flawed. April ,
decision to site Florida Hazardous In a stronglY'worded statement' After cutting one day from a
Waste Treatment Facility in Grant said, "It is beyond COIn- ,"Only one site was presented to meeting originally agendaed for two Testing dates ,and times.
Union County was "a forgone con- cidence when four of the five top the ERC (Environmental Regulation days, the ERC adjoured late Thursday '
clusion made betore the March 17 sites chosen by the Department ofEnvironmental Commission) at the hearing, March 17, after voting for the are as follows :
hearing" in Jacksonville. Regulation are con- which is contrary to the OERs, Union County site, leaving. three
centrated in Union Bradford, and previous announcements," Grant agendaed items unheard. Mon. Tues. Wed., Thurs..
Clay counties. I Intend to show Gov. charged. "It seems to me that DER 'The controversial treatment plant ,
Similar reports leaked during the Bob Martinez, Speaker of the House was anxious to end this process would be designed to dispose of an 2:30
nine-hour hearing also indicatedthat Jon Mills, and Senate PresIdent. ,quickly." estimated 1.3 million tons of hazar- .
the Union County site had John Vogt Why I believe the selection dous waste per year,through high 5:45
previously been agreed upon, mak- process was fatally flawed. It is Hep. Grant said he will urge the temperature incineration.The State
ing the hearing an "after the fact" obvious the state was determined to State's three leaders to reject the plans to select a private company to 8:00,
actIon. Such, meetings are often locate this facility, in North Florida, ERC'decision in favor of reopening build and,operate the facility.

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I Fair Opens Tuesday for Five DaysFrom

From Page 1A


Club.ChIcken Tuesday April 2s: dent's Day Free admission through12th
dinners will be served S p.m.:,Fair exhibit buildings and grade. (
beginning at 11:30 a.m. Price: $3. midway opens. 1 p,m.: Midway opens.
''the best kept secret for many '7 p,m.: Bradford.Unton,4-H and 1 p.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and
years has been Leslie Whitehead'schicken FFA Swine Show. .FFA Swine Sale. ,
pilau dinners, also sponsored 7:30: p.m.: PLhemous 'top and the 7:30 p.m.J "Little". Jimmy
by the Rotary Club., Fabulous Pop Top Cabaret Show. Dickens in concert., ,
'Take-outs meals will be available. 8 p.m. and 9:30: p.m.: Blue Grass 8:30 pm.: "Front Row," Barber Quantities'
1,500 meals will be served, Night, featuring "Southern,: Pride, ,' <" Show Quartet. Limited

''Ribbon Cutting..., Saturday. April a:'
'
Wednesday April 3:
Noon Fair exhibit buildings
Set for noon Wednesday,'April 6, open.. $T75f
11 a.m.: Fair: exhibit .buildings 3 pm.: Midway opens. '
the official of the fair will be, "
opening ,
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open. : 7pm.: Beef Breed Sale. $499 '
I Reg. $15.49
ceremonial ribbon cut
noted with a 11 5 : Senior.Citizen's 7
am. i p.m? pm.: Bradford-Union 4-H. and $9.89ToteNDrawer
ting by the new strawberry queen." Day. Free admission for seniors.. FFA Steer Sale. NAPA Sifverline 3-Piece
The fair actually' opens at 5.p.m.Tuesday 11 a.m.t Official opening of the 7 p,m.: River City Two Steppersand Pliers Set .
'fair and the Starke Rotary Club's annual Cloggers. A handy helper in your shop or
Fair Association President Ray Rural-Urban Day pmcic. 7:30: p.m.and 8:30 p.m.1;; Phemous A must for any handyman. at home. Comes with two 14*x ,
Norman will preside over the ribbon ,,5 p.m.: Midway opens, Top and the Fabulour Pop 'top ,Includes 6l/z-iong nose, 8'slip 3"compartments two 4VV
cutting and is expected to say a few 7 p.m.: Beef Breed Show Cabaret Show. joint and words. 8 p.m. and 9p.m.:'Silver Stars'1 8 pm. and 9 p.m.: Country and ._ forged with comfort grips-.- drawer with 8 compartments
Square Dance Club, two shows. Rock & Roll Night (2 shows). ,",
,Swine Steers... 8:30 p.m.: Phemous Top and the Denim & Lace.' .
.. The annual 4-hand FFA swine' Fabulous Pop Top Cabaret Show. $1795
:show is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The ; $ &OO
swine sale is set at 7 p,m. Fnday, Thursday, April 7: ATTENTION, .
.t April 8. 3 PC. Gott Cooler Combo $3'
Noon: Fair exhibit buildings open. j
,The annual' 4-H and FFA ,steer .
5 p.m.: A 14it1o\a'y.ope"< ; ( Have fun outdoors with an all- / ',' '' '1 ,
show is set at 7 p.m. Thursday The 1 p.m.: Bradlord-UnioiT4K"aiidFFA "-- "We recently passed purpose Gott Cooler Combo. .
,Steer sale asset for 7 p.m.Saturday, Steer Show. by your place of businessand Includes halt gallon jug, inside 8 Freon U-Charge Kit
April 9. 730; p.m.: Miss Jacksonville qt. cooler inside 34 qt cooler. For all the mechanics in your
There are 78 swine and 28 steers in University 1988, Virginia Gale noticed that your Customized with NAM logo, r.. life. Complete with freon,' valve
the 1988 show and sale, both down Crawford of Starke. Miss Crawforddo slgnage needs: the Set has 6-year warranty.. '!:!' '_ and hose. Perfect for do-It--
from 1987. some singing numbers she plans yourselfers. too.
'The animals caught at the Calf for the Miss Florida Pageant. Repaint Touch-Up 'After manufacturers$4 rebate.
Scramble will also be shown at the 8:30 p.m.: Bradford Community
.
fair. Players. Repair

Fair Schedule..., Friday April 8: Replacement ,$ !? $T49M

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I Elder Runs, for Co. Clerk Brown Seeks .


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Dewayne Elder, 1955 ,
a graduate of .
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Bradford High School has announced .... Office Seat .
his Intention to be a candidate for --"repr--J tJmm lHaItahrcntty
county clerk, the position being A:. In the MlM Fbida'Pagesal I
,vacated by retiring veteran Gab, in -
Brown. n t. ... 'Io'..: Mitchell Brown has announced his Hull** are selling *if la the
After high school Cider attended 'kt intention to seel election to the office >H<>ui4 pragran .. help defray
Valdoeta State College prior to of county commissioner District 1. anita.f the competition, which lute
entering the mobile home manufac- Brown is a local insurance agent, for MM i..week..
turing and marketing business. ,born and raised In Bradford County. The Bradford btutncweoMMuity
In the interim years Elder has, He Is a graduate of Bradford High County
been employed in administrative School.In proud of IOCCCM
positions either in the plant or announcing his intention to run ud the way 8he represent the
sales. for office, Brown said, "I can give area, are purchasing the.d. to help
Elder SO, is currently employed' the district and county an available Virginia la the_petJtJaII.
with Champion Enterprises In Lake h ,commissioner at all times,because I For tefonMtloa.un Ned.. Patty
City, calling on dealers or mobile am constantly covering the county.I Crawford at 964-7372, DiuaRothweU
home park owners throughout 'the feel this will give me a closer contact : at .473.J9J1 or 8hu Jotu
southeast. 'with the people and their needs. et 564.4$41.OUTDOOR .
He Is married to the former Patty Given the opportunity, I will consider -, rw
Kay Lyon of Starke and they have' *m cnll. grown it an honor and a privilege to I
two sons, Mike and Tyler studentsat y 'To serve the people of Bradford
Run for
BHS. OUt | sie/ County."
"My education and experience for
the past 20 years will enable me to
discharge the duties of the Clerk of Owoyn Elder '
the Court In an efficient and T. Run for County C...... "! ...... '
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'' significant archeological find it will beyond the limits of human safety: in Union County the Weston report
waste says C-CAP. have to be thoroughly studied and Environmental Use: Rachel Harris indicated the area is zoned heavy in
excavated before the plant is built,. chairperson, reports there have dustry. Also, the 840 acres 4vailaile9O
Indian Mounds. but will probably not stop the project been ,no studies, as yet, by the designated as the site will extend into -,
Also, at least one Indian burial Johnson indicated. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish floodplains.
mound is in the vicinity,and perhaps "Commission! regarding endangered 96451X9
there are more, said Ken Johnson, Committees... species. ,' Schools' and Organizations
an archeologist working with the Several committees have been set Bald eagles have been seen in the, chairperson is Libby Griffis. She
Florida State Museum who has up to study different aspects of the locality,and are flying over regularly reports spring break is on hand, so
been studying and searching for In- sating criteria. ,The Florida sand!crane Is thought school activities there will be
dian villages in Union,Columbia and Water: Lisa Leach; chairperson to inhabit Turkey Creek Swamp, delayed. School programs at the
Suwannee counties for several reports discrepancies In the Weston black bears are seen locally and elementary and middle school level
years.Johnson. report In that they acknowledge a panthers are to be released in the are planned Poster drawing, lettersto
has been searching for ''water table from 0to 2' deep, but 'Osceola National Forest next week officials, education in hazardous
1 signs that Hernando DeSoto passed calculate the percolation rate basedon by the Game Commission. They will waste dangers and disposal problens
through Union County in 1539. "If we a depth of 7'i Also, distances to range up to 100 miles which. will include will be pursued. ADVERTISING
can find where Indian villages were surface waters are not correct says the site.Transportation. A and
located or destroyed, we hope we, the committee. : chaired by Jock sing ceremony involving
will find evidence of the ... Yarns representatives of the Native
Spanish" Air Quality Gary Mayer, reports discrepancies in American
conquest and proof that they passed chairperson, reports several proximity to a railroad, distance to a tribes is being planned to
take the
this way, Johnson said earlier this discrepancies. Prevailing wands four-lane highway, and classification in the place at$ burial mounds. later 301
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year. would blow toward Raiford and UCI,, of other roads, which would spring.
This certainly is an area that particulate matter from the stacks, change the rating of the Raiford site. Treasurer Kenneth Parrish,phone
deserves to be explored, Johnson according to allowable limits, and Economics and Land Use chairman -., 496-3629, reports a total or $100 is on
said of the waste treatment plant the volume of wastes to be burned, is Wyman Harris., His findings hand and donations are welcome J
site. If it is determined' to' be a would cause air to be polluted show that although there is no zoning and needed."# Low Monthly Rental Pays All

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Purchase a $1 ticket, and have a 'There will be'a, drawing each .$100 Groceries Wan Dixie.
chance to win a prize every night in night beginning Tuesday with -25 gals. Gasoline,Torode Oil Co.
the week beginning Tuesday, April names of the week night winners be- 24 qts. Motor Oil, Register Oil Co.
5, and ending with a wide variety of ing returned to the box, for a possi-!: Two HotBar, Dinners. Western
prizes, Saturday April 9. ble chance,to win a prize Saturday. I Steer. '
The ticket sales are sponsored by night. '$45 Flower,Arrangement. Bradford GREETINGS
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I ,., the Bradford Association for Retarded Nightly prizes are:' Florist.
Citizens and all sales will go into Tuesday, Two Tickets to Florida '.Large Pizza Pizza Hut TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND' PATRONS
.. their program.' Theater and Two .Free Games at' -Fwo Chicnen Dinners, Bradford.
Tickets are available at Sunshine Starke Lanes. Family Restaurant.
., ,''' Industries, E.W. Hodges Paint and Wednesday, Floor mat. -Two Movie Passes, Florida.
Hardware Store, Working Man's Thursday, Large '"Pizza,;/ Pizza Theater. PRICES BEGIN THURS, A a
Jewelry Store and !.eta'. Style $129 Porch Swing,.Bob Talley MARCH 31ST.JHRO WED.,, wr jti
Center.,Florida National Bank and -'Hut.Fr1day, Two Chicken Dinners. Cutting .Board. ,. -Sunshine 0' 'Industries APRIL 8TH AT OUR/ ,
will sell tickets on FrIda1' Bradford Family Restaurant.
r Wlnn-Dlxie APrtt.J10'lY. .... V -. ..k .Saturday 11 drawings.:;, i ,!a.WI.mg,Starke f.ages. p STIIRKELOCTIONONLYI..
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,1 I for area children at the Hampton City Jennifer Jones, Mark Smith, Tracey prizes awarded. 1 5qorL.
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Awards Ceremony... Thursday night from 7r9 p.m. the all a Happy Easter and a good time 949
On Friday Mar. 29, certificateswere 4-9 grades will have an Easter at the,Bradford County Fair 0

presented to students by Principal Cmss.
Mary Ann Kyle for honor rolland
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. Indian Artifacts.. Found in Area. Near PrODOSed Haz-Waste' Site I

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Did de Soto and company pass this way of Indian mounds 'or sacred burial
on their ill-fated explorations in 1S39 ground
Nobody knows for sure, but Ken Johnson, "
doing graduate work in anthropology at Johnson and his I co-explorers at the State rr"

Florida State Museum, Gainesville, thinks, Museum were back in Union Friday the
it is possible that de Soto and tits army EUerbee Curve site on 131 last and
complete with a passel of pigs for ham Saturday. Some stone tools and other
burgers, may have passed this way on items were found near several burial '
their search for gold 449 years ago. mounds within a quarter mile of the proposed '
hazardous waste site, and were
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In fact Johnson has been digging in ? taken back to the museum for dating and
Union and; Bradford Counties for two yearsin evaluation Some of them were estimated d1.! (

search of evidence that "de Soto slept ST to be more than 4,000 years old. If found to
here"which would quality this area for a f' be of enough Importance, the Department : .
special place in history ... of Environmental Regulation could find :rr. :la' "
itself facing obstacles to developing the boT atrilciiis 1t.-apiD as aril
Last weekJohnson's interest was spurred ..mcturln Urg* Stan* With a
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site for hazardous .ton.
a waste treatment '
again by news of a hotbed of Indian facility. r huMrtton* Mt as a sisal..

artifacts arrows, spears, grinding bowls,
pottery, etc.in an area on or near the The primary goal of Johnson's research
320-acre site along Highway 121 North ol f in this area, which started in 1985; is to
Raiford, recently tagged as the State's No locate the Indian village of Aguacaliquen ..at
1 choice for a hazardous waste treatment t which de Soto's army passed through on Its
plant. Such items are protected from way west in search of gold. "From accounts ''al iti
"amateur diggers" by a relatively n of the expedition, we think it was .r r 1Y
'state lawn designed to prevent destruction, located somewhere in this area of ,north

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J. L. Wilkinson, who lives near the proposed hazardous waste site northeast of Raiford displayssome
''I of the large collection of Indian artifacts he has collected from plowed fields in the area over the
'1' .. Joinjng'Force's' to' AppealRemember years, .
The tray at left holds arrowheads and small spear points;"In the middle are fragments of clay pottery -,
with various decorative patterns: at right are stone scrapers and blades used by Indians
thousands of years ago. Wilkinson Is holding a holiowed-out stone bowl and a hand pestle for pounding
David Goliath counties like Bradford and Union
slew are
how grain nuts and roots for food..
and Daniel emerged unharmed from unprepared, to cope with the

the lions' den? catastrophe of a hazardous waste spill,' central Florida,'possibly 'in'what IS' now

'The'lesson learned from these hme- not only on the Interstates, but more Union or Bradford County",. Johnson said. a "The large 'arrowheads' frequently
likely on the inadequate highways con- found in northern Florida, are not true arrowheads -
honored Biblical stones be Evidence of Spanish/Indian
may contact
necting the Interstates with the treat- may ,"Johnson says. They are rather'spearpomts
include the
repeating Itself- the underdog DOES presence of European items or'knives' most of which were
have a chance to survive if he stands up ment plant itself. such as glass beads, saddle ornaments, made between 8000 to 1000 B.C. before

on his hind.legs and fights back. ,. When' questioned on this point, DER found weapons in association parts, or metal with tools Indian,especially if bows and arrows were invenied. Small
refer to "in-' pottery of birdpomts' are true arrowheads and Indians
:spokesmen a mythical -'
,Bradford County's fight-back effort the right type and age/:' Johnson said. He,
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them about 500
began making A.D,,
a hazardous waste treatment ,:terlocal agreement" between Bradford believes that this area has been inhabited ,
against Johnson added.',
County and Duval County emergency since at least 12,000 B.C.
facility this prison-oriented area of units for,mutual in ofneed. ,The exploration of Indian mounds and
: help case "We know, this' from finds of Paleo-"
Northeast Florida touched off
was whena burial sites is a tedious '"Areasare
Such an agreement does not now exist, Indian artifacts that have been made by process.
determined stood first marked out three-foot
after in
opponent up a either written or oraland never did. aborigines along the ,Santa Fe River,"" squares?
DER the Starke : ,"" then excavated carefully in six-inch layers
hearing in Elementary Johnson said. This was at a time when
School caletonum and said,'."We don'thave Emergency Response directors in both the sea level was lower due to its waters {: and sifted through a screen,"It is very important ,
Union and,, Bradford County say theu-J being frozen into to record exacUy where the artifacts .
huge in
icebergs northern
to take this Our constitutional,
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units are incapable of dealing with such America and
Europe Aquifer levels
right to enjoyment of life and property;' : were at which they are found helps determine -'
disasters without State aid.'" much lower, shallow lakes went dry the
is at stake."This challenge to tight the Santa Fe and other rivers in Florida were age of the item unearthed. They are

flawed process 'used by DER and ,its Accidents 'Increasing'u not flowing,. but were little more than ; :4Looking 'later' labeled and taken" to the ,State,l
: Museum for he said.
f> water holes for analysis
consulting firm in picking a site for haz- animals Elephants, native
''waste treatment resulted in the formation -' According to a survey conducted,by' ''horses. giant ground 'sloths, bison and .
The Tampa Tribune, radioactive other mega-beasts. were still roaming the Johnson stresses that local assistance in
of a Citizens Coalition Against, country," locating sites is important..,He asks that ,
medical and industrial wastes are being ..
Poilu bon- dedicated '
a i group that has ; 'anyone in' possession of pottery even
spent many, many hours in researching lost, damaged, and spilled throughout ,Bradford More commonly and Union{ many residents of ; broken pieces, contact him at once. He is
Counties
have in their ;
mistakes made the DER/Weston Florida in ever increasing quantities; especially interested in a style that has
; by : Late Paleo and
possession Early to Middle
of '' circles 'within circles. "Information
the to
raising possibility exposure on
siting team, Archaic-period and ; '
spearpomts knives
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and for Village where artifacts came from is often more
workers the
public. such as those owned by J R. Wilkinson
Along the way, C-CAP has picked up of Ken Johnson, archeologist, thinks the important than the artifacts themselves,"
>Highway 125 West and others.
significant support from Legislative ,Last January, a' truck carrying waste ', Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto he said. Johnson Is aLso interested in any

delegation in the three affected 'generated.in Lakeland set off a radiation -, TiAiucuan Indians occupied this area of may have passed through Bradford or (burial mounds where European trade
alarm at a weighing station in Pen- Flonda in the 1500s and 1600s,200 years or Union on his search for gold In' goods, such as glass beads, metal, glass
counties. Bradford, 'ClaY'and Union. more before the first white settlers moved 1539.: Counties and iron goods have been found with Indian
"This 'support has extended to the national -' nsylvania. Apparently it had gone by' into present day Union and Bradford, Coun remains

levelmost notably in the personof Florida detectors unchallenged. Incidents -, ties. The Tunucuana were wiped out,'sup, succeeded by the more familiar Seminoles Johnson may be reached at the Florida
Congressman Bill Grant ''WhO this such as this will inevitably occur posedly by diseases brought to Florida (meaning ''wild men">, a renegade State Museum on Museum Road at the

week renew d a Vow to carry, on his and in larger numbers as Flonda dunng the Spanish occupation. They were,? branch of the Creeks. University of Flonda, phone 392-1721.,

fight ,against,:placing the State's first generators of hazardous. .waste continue L
hazardous waste treatment to increase.
facility in .
North Florida.. Also in January, some 35 gallons of

''radIoactive waste leaked from a defec-
In an outspoken challenge to the man-
tive drum at the Flonda.
University of
which Union
ner in the County site was
,Contaminated soil had to be.removed
picked as the No. 1 choice for the hazardous
waste treatment facility, Con- until radiation levels returned ,to nor"

Grant '"ERC'sdecision mal background levels. k
gressman ,, charged that
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was a' foregone conclusion Meanwhile Flonda's program for.

before.the March,17,hearing:' safeguarding the pUblic. from these

This statement bears out a conclusion 'hazar tl iH-1s< ,'recovering from problems

that had already been reached by many' ,(including high staff turnover,

observers at the March 17 hearing. Con- that prompted federal officials in 1985 to ,fc w
Grant added threaten Withholding approval' of the
gressman that "Only one .

site was presented' to the ERC at the program.,,

hearing, which is contrary' to DER's' The possibility ,that, long-term exposure -
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previous announcements.. It { seems tome ,to low'' levels' of radIation' can

'DER: was anxious tOend, this process :', cause cancer is still debated,'but direct, ;.

quickly/- Grant also stated his intention contact with the 'most radioactive of., Scenes at Lake Butler Protest Meeting'' ,

to "show Speaker Jon Mills and,, these materials can be deadly. One ma Union Count Commissioners' 'Jerry Wilson, (standing, //elt) head 01, Union lountY'1:
were spurred to action against
I Senate President :John ,Vogt why' 1 jor source of accidents is due to trucks \the hazardous waste treatment site Just north of Emergency Response Unit stressed tile point that tile Bounty

believe the selection process was fatally' carrying radioactive cargo that slip in overflow crowd m tile Union CI'Inty! courthOllse ifThursday,. was not prepared to cope with hazardous waste, spills on'
'flawed. It is obvious that the State was or out of Florida, like the load# of' March 24. ,hlgbway.leadlng Into Lake Butler ,

determined to'' locate this, facility in' Mexican-made, table legs made of Bradford County was commended: by spokesman Bill Woods I stand Commissioner on tile Marvin Pritchett at right, when asked for his
for taking the lead in the fight against the proposed treatment plant said "I don't want It."
North ,Florida,< to the', exclusion of ,all radioactive scrap metal found in 1984.., facility,

contrary evidence Like drugs, there, are many 'ways to '
Starke Club Kick
Rotary
Congressman Grant's pledge of support smuggle such materials into the State Clay 'ountyCommissioners To Off>-
Fair '
With
Chicken
.gives renewed encouragement, to, 'undetected. Undoubtedly, some Dinner'

Bradford and Union County forces that radioactive materials will be smuggled Rotary'Plesident John Miller invites everyone to the Rotary chicken" din-

plan to appeal ERC's questionable decii in on highways leading'; to the Union ner to kick off the Bradford County Fait:This has been the beginning fair

slOn, Hopefully;these appeals will be County site in spite of all efforts to pre- Thank Telegraph event for many years. Even though the fair begins Tuesday, the ribbon-

beard in a forum that is more impartial vent such incidents.'rhe' dinner cutting sponsored ceremony will the be held on Wednesday,April 6 at noon.The chicken:
by Rotary Club will begin at 11:30 at the Bradford
than the one faced on March 17 in Farmers Market at the
specious :argument has been Dear Editor;. fairgrounds entrance. '
Jacksonville made Rotary Event Chairman J-E.. Tomlinson. along; with his
that since our railroad and committee
On behalf County ,
of the Board of Commissioners decided to offer the fairgoers a new menu. Tomlinson
Grant's statement that the selection highways already transport tons of tox- 1 would like to express OUr appreciation secret for many years has been Leslie Whitehead' chicken said,"the best kept

of the UCI site was "foregone conclu ic materials through our area daily, we for your efforts in assisting Clay served on the platform. Dolph Reddish has talked Whitehead pilau into dinner

'sion" is borne out by the fact that word should not ''worry about ,additional County citizens in demonstrating to the enough of this Southern dish"for anyone who desires to enjoy this cooking mouthwatering -
was leaked to the trucks hauling hazardous waste Department of Environmental Regulation spccifiity.
Clay,County delegation through .
and the Environmental Regulatory Commission "The takp-ooutpart of the dinner
during the hearing that they had bur, communities. ;This is'like arguing that a hazardous waste treatment program," stated Maxie Carter who has is really in become a large part of our,

nothing to worry about. Such a state that ,we already have death-dealing facility in Clay County is inappropriate.) 'noted that many businesses buy tickets for charge their employees of this function.and send Carter

ment would have to be based on a decision drugs in our area, so why protest having Your'' efforts were very"effective,'. and to pick up the dinners.Jim Duncan,in charge of food procurement someone ,

made prior to ,the heanng. more of the same? without the Joint participation of you and stated and would the new menu consists of chicken,potato salad., cole slaw and rolls,
others like different be served to the takeout customers '
a decision
you may .
Lack of PreparednessIn Thanks to the 'support, of Con- have been rendered. Miller stated this year's proceeds will go toward Rotary International''
gressman Grant and members of our effort to eradicate polio in the world. The local club has had
addition to all the mistakes made in Legislative delegation, perhaps our' We still feel that the entire selection process project 8IJ.alrecl. : by Tom Slade,and the Proceeds from this event a fund-raJsIq will aJao
had but 10
we thankful
problems, are toward the polio fund.
the I
siting process, perhaps the most ,voice will become strong enough to be .that Clay County has not been determined To be ,
sure you get tickets for this
serious flaw' of all is the State's total year's dinner, them
heard, even by the deaf ears that have to be the planned site. vance.TIle Rotary Ia only please buy in ad-
capable
lack of concern wjth the fact that small .of serving 1,500 dinners, 10 ticket sales
so far been turned in our d1rection.miliiji Thank you again, and let's continue to have been limited to this amount..

work together' for the best Interest of Clay Dinner tickets, as well as advance fair ticket, will be on sale at the
County. Chamber of Commerce,or you may purchase them from .
any of the follow-
Dales.Wilson ( trig club members., '

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Brooks
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Brown
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County ) ,
4 ,Carter, r., Wand Clark, Fred Cline,AI Crosby,BW Dodd
Wayne Douglas
p. Jim Duncan J.H. DuPre. ,,
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Green James
Griffin Bill fleas
John W. Hersey
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,Johnny Hobbe, Jr.,, E.W.. Hodges, Ben Hotoendort Danny .
Roger Jones Don
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fOOUSON'-.IOHN McFadden Charles thicKeown
0I0. M.RUll Gene Matthews -
John Miller Fred
Mueller
Bob
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Larry Noegel John Nolan. Glen NormanTL.vera
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Married ''March 12 in First' Methodist'' octalide


Melissa Kay Sullivan, daughter of charge of the bride's book. Cateringwas
Mr and Mrs. Curtia E. Sullivan of done the
by Carolyn Autry and Joan of news
Starke, and
Larry E. Kinchen of Hall. :
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Keystone, son or Mr and Mrs. W.ddlnc. dub N... S 6.mi.
James T. Kinchen, were married Following a wedding trip to Key Repdo. C Church N.w. Birth.
March 12 in First >
Methodist Churchof West, the
Starke.Rev. newlyweds will reside in

.;' Ballard Wilson performed Keystone
the nuptials.. the 5\ p.m. ceremony, the bride is employed by Kampf -
with Kristy Joiproviding organ Appraisals) Inc. of Gainesville flu
music. groom Is employed by Teague Plum "ir
: Brother of the groon., James T, bing of Melrose. Scroggins-Howard
Kinchen, Jr., served as Ili..t man.
Alan Ushers Stokes.were Dwayne Crawtoru ind Mrs.. Elizabeth McLeod Engagement',Told

'Matron of Honor was Gina Frazee,' Honor Society Induct Mr. and Mrs. Byron Scroggins: of
Raiford and Linda
Craig of Webster
,
Wendy Sullivan (the bride's sister)
( was maid of honor, and Brldemaid Mrs. Elizabeth Ann McLeod was announce the engagement: of their
was Shannon recently selected to become a daughter, Angela Marie, to Bruce
Abrams.
They wore member of Kappa'Delta Pt, the Eric Howard, son of Thomas' and
mauve! tea-length gowns 'and car ""oldest Charlene Howard
and of
educational Lawtey.
largest honor ,
rled fir e
an arrangement of spring t r ,
flowers. Flower society In the United States. Kappa The wedding will be an event of
girl was Ashley Delta Pt May 13 at 7 pm.in Highland Baptist
Crews'and was begun at the Universityof .
Ring Bearer
was Rusty
Illinois in 1911. The Upsilon Church in Lawtey,
Kinchen of ass
son the
groom. Chapter of the University of Florida The bride-elect attended Bradford
Given in marriage by her a1her, was founded in 1923. High School and is employed by
the bride wore a satin gown accented To qualify for membership, the rM Eckerd Drugs In Starke. The groom-
with a lace bodice, made by' graduate student must ,have a \ to-be is a BUS graduate of the Classof
Florence Jones. She carried a bridal record of academic achievement (at '84 and is employed as Sergeant
bouquet of white and Dink roses. least a 3.6 average out of a possible M, t by the lb S. Air Force, stationed in
4.0)'and have shown leadership In Shreveport, La '
Following the wedding, a recep- education. -b" '
tion was held in the Fellowship hall Initiation I C-- .
ceremonies and dinner' ", _
of the church. The bride's table was were held on March 24 in the ,
presided over by Sharyn Ford. Kim ballroom of the Gainesville Hilton io-
Norman served punch, while Tina Hotel. Mrs. McLeod is a first grade '
Burns nd Carol Kinchen cut the MHson A"w.
teacher at Starke Elementary .s+.y
wedding cake. Liz Lane was Inn School. Vowell

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their daughter,
Mr. & Mrs.,' D. Yowell, son of
S. Yowell of

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.itr Rehearsal Dinner ;

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Itr:,; Mr and Mrs. Ervin Andrews gave Bradley will "'i'i
.t. a dinner on March 18 following the' : of H. Clyde Starr
wedding rehearsal ol their son Ran ( 1). The bride-elect
\ dy and Monica Green his bride-, of Mr and Mrs. ." .
L7 t4r,1 elect.. > Sn of Flat 4'', ..,... ." ".,,, "-", ,
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The fellowship hall of Madison St; Imgerle"'T groom-elect is the ,....
,It Baptist was the setting for the dinners / R. Starr 'and the hcrofiginsami
of Waldo.;
Long tables were covered with ,
\ ,, Upward, ,
..... white cloths,' decorated with shadesof 'wedding
: held at the First
fresh flowers. Guests I
I spring enjoying I ;
m dinner of Starke,at 5:30: .
\r M it'r. the were members of ; : :All friends and
:.,.. the wedding party, family and out to attend.
(k. of-town guests. The honored couple (
presented wedding party .members,
with gilts. ,-
The steak dinner was catered by

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." ':" ', ;. Gloria Strickland Honored:
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,With Morning Coffee
Quantity Right R s.rv.dEMBROIDERED
The Jerome Johns' home on
vml nIt, wl : ,> WE tcc IKf>TING
liili tiMYpl fj y (Crystal Lake was the setting lor a ,
i"..... f 1Q. /Hl;'4 lovely coffee honoring" Gloria I / ALLOVER
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a; 0 ,Strickland, fiancee of John C?. Valirv ) 'EYELET
of' skI. Three hundred guests were invited
to attend ,during the party awes' w.aa.r.rruw
hours. $O98fc
Greeting the'' guests on their arrIval yd.
was Mrs Jerome Johns, i
assisted at intervals by Mrs, helma 1
Thornton and Mrs, Robert ,Biggs. NEW SHIPMENT '

honoree The receiving and Mrs.'line Elaine consisted Thornton of the, RUFFLED LACE R YARD $1 po

Mrs. Carl Stancil ,sister of the bride, and Mrs. MarIOn' VALUES TO 5f yd. FOR
Moyer, her grandmother. Com -
I JoAnn pleting the receiving line were Mrs. FABRICS I OF MOST EVERYDESCRIPTION '
: Wright Carl' E. Stancil Joseph ,Valmski and Mrs. Annette ( | ,, :

Wed March 26 in North CarolinaMiss Stewart the, groom.mother and They grandmotherof ,were allpresented < .SECONDS sad 50"wid.OVERRUNS SHORTENDS.As '.'

corsages on their arrival Mat ...Prim yds 00
JoAnn Wright of' Raleigh, .'JeannetteEwmg of 'Stephen City' Mrs. Bill Sinclair and Mrs. Leila :: L.... feW .... 2 for 1
'N.C.r and Mr; 'Carl Edwin Stancil Va., Amy Johnson (niece of the Mundy poured collee from a' German -sIItIotIY In..., "cYo!.
were married March 26 at 7 p.m. at bride)I from Richmond, Va., 'and china coffee service, .Mocoa I
Trinity Baptist Church in Raleigh,, Jane Anderton of Knoxville, fenn. coffee ,was served Irom a silver SEW-ON .,.
,C' ," N.C. Carl is the son of Mr- and Mrs. AU the attendants were gowns Iden.: punch bowl by Miss Donna Thorn! ;'; RHINESTONES Fom 19' each ')
;..:.r Cart Stancil of Route 3 in Starke, tical to the matron of honor(, ton, Mrs. Cindy Futch and Mrs Barbara ( ..
v ,JoAnn'ls the daughter of Mr., and The groom's father served as best Strube, sister of the groom. : t PEARLS "':,." 'Fr.m49'.k.NAILHEADS .. f
.4' ''Mrs.. Reuben W.,\ Wright of Wm-;' man.,. Ushers were Dave Savage of ,The dining table was centered .. ".
,
.,:!: c Va, Wilmington, N.C., Bill Reeves of with'an arrangement of lowering <
The wedding was performed by Fayetteville, Mike Lee (brother-\1' spring bulbs in a silver chafing dish. OGIXDOSl1YIII From'' 69 dot.N. .r ,
t::I Rev, Charles McMilan Jr., and nup- law of the groom of Starke,'Murray The finger foods were served on di "
J-fJ! teal music was provided by soloist, McRae of Havana, Fl.,and Bill EwIng -, china plates that were placed on '
Mrs. Lou (;line Chasteen, Plamst of Stephen City,' Va. brass liners Spring (lowers 'were I DMC EMBROIDER
Mrs.'Jewel Kirk and Organist Mrs. Following the ceremony,'a reception placed at vantage points throughoutthe
Judy Wilburn. was held at the church reception party rooms. On the ,antique FLOSS SKIENS/ 00
,;" ,'fhe bride, given in marriage by hall.f The newlyweds will go on a easel in the entryway were placedtwo GREAT COLOR ASSORTMENT J
her father,wore a formal white satin Caribbean Cruise, after which they pictures handmade by Mrs.
gown with a Queen Anne neckline' will reside in Raleigh, N.C. Johns' daughter-in-law, Shan. They % / % '
with leg-o-mutton sleeves and triple The bnde graduated from Turner depicted a party entitled, < fo Our ; 'GAAARDINE
pearls Of the heartily beaded bodice. Ashby High School in Dayton Va., Mother,, and ", The. WeddingVows" ; r +
I The basque waist joined a satin shirt has a BS in Accounting and o4wide try;
*' ., with deep hemlace and cathedral- Statistics Major; is a Master of : Hostesses for the affair were Mrs, t
,f" length petal tram Her headpiece Divinity with religious education, is Robert. Biggs, Mrs. Maxie Carter,: '(' Ir'' 1 R 9ulorJL9l'
I was a fingertip, three-tier veil attached presently working on her Doctor of Jr., Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs.. John
to a beaded headband. The Ministry degree at Southeastern Anderson, Mrs. E.E. Thornton Mrs.
bride carried a cascading bouquet of Seminary and is employed. with the Jerome ,Jones, and Mrs.' Warren''
stephanotis! red roses and baby's. ,Raleigh Baptist Assn.'
breath. The groom graduated from Brad-
Ma ton of honor, was Mrs. Karen, ford High School, received a BA -
West of Raleigh, N.C.,wearing ir"' from Wayland Baptist College in Corner Jeflferson''& Clark Streets
ridescent gray floor-length gown. Plalnview Tx, received his Masterof {
She carried red mums surrounding a Divinity from Southeastern Baptist FIRSTB.APTIST (across form Santa Fe Community College) ,
candle and hurricane lamp.Bridal Theological Seminary and is >
. ,, attendants were the bride's sISters- employed with Dorothea Dix
" Faye Johnson of Richmond, Va. and I Hospital as a health technician.. [

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s'r ,At Lawt.y lit Baptist James Ford, pastor of the Macclen-
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There will be special services at speaker.

a.. Pint Baptist Church of Lawtey on amtkaf ,
Ij Caster!: Sunday, Apr. 3. beginningwith Easter Sunrise ,r i'ow
a Easter Sunrise service at II:45

a.m., followed by breakfast at 7:30 Services SundayThe J r :,r. ,
a.m.During Starke Church of God will behaving t-i
the morning worship hour, an Easter Sunrise Service at ;.
special Easter music will be 6 a.m. at the church located at 422 N. mme; ) "
j .ji presented by the church choir, St. Clair St., Starke. .. %% : ",
quartet and soloists. Asst. Pastor There wW be special singing and a '
: : David McNeW will be licensed to message brought by Howard : ;,;r ,':'
\ preach the gospel by the church. 7.1" "' ,
.. Spratlin. Breakfast will be served In '
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.. F.. .., Immediately following the morning the fellowship hall following the ser '- JI1'I'Y 2S '. :,

service, an Easter egg bunt will ,vice. The community Is invited to l'

Which One ,Will Be The OllPpn...? Bottom row Melanie Wood Tort Clark and Lilly be held for all children. take part in this special service. I don't want to be overly sensational ,
BurgHI. Middle row SelenTNorra.tf, Jeanna An-!' Sunday school begins at 9:45: a.m., don't
most realize
Ten Bradford ,beauties competing In the 1988 drew. Kimberly>> Teeters and Michelle Howard. Top and new time for the morning worship Pleasant Grove Methodist how, but people Christ's resurrection ,
just important
Strawberry Queen Pageant this hour Is 10:45: a.m. Bus tramporCation '
Saturday night April row: Karen Larsen Debbie Tyllckika and Wendee is to the Christian church. "
Z, are H-r: Hall. will be provided for those who Sunrise Service Sunday i"
thrills each Easter Sun-
heart
My
live in Lawtey. Call 782-3544 for
more information about transporta, Pleasant Grove United Methodist day, because once again we'll be 1.
tion. Church of Starke Invites everyone to celebrating Christ's victory over :

Sunday evening beginning at 6:30: its 6 a.m.Sunrise Service on Sunday, death, and this is the one thing'' ; ,
3. ( than else} which r
April more anything
p.m.,'there will be a 2-hour gospel
I Strawberry Queen To Be Named Saturday sing and preaching service. Commu- Breakfast served In the church annex convinces me my faith is valid. :
nion will also be served during this will follow the sunrise service. Christ proved once and forever that
service. An Easter program by Pleasant He was and is the Son of God when
He raised Himself from the dead. .
extends Grove youth will conclude the morn-
rue ..twenty-sixth annual In addition to selecting a queen, Co., is the daughter of Mary Ann and Pastor Grayson McNeill a ing service. Rev. David Edwards How can it be otherwise? s
warm welcome and Invitation to all
Strawberry Festival, sponsored by there will be entertainment by Edwin Andrews of Graham. will preside over the services.St. There are so many solid reasons
the Junior Woman's Club will beheld "Front Row" of Jacksonville, and a Lilly Burgess, 17, Is sponsored by to come and worship with the First for believing that Christ Is God;He'sthe
Saturday, April, at 7 p.m., in capella group, providing something, Edwards Grocery In rheressa. A Baptist Church of Lawtey this' only individual in history who
'the newly renovated BHS for everyone's taste. BUS Junior, she is the daughter of Easter Sunday. A nursery will provided Johns ChurchTo was born of a virgin. He was called
auditorium.' The auditorium's new Advance tickets may be purchased John and Landra Burgess of Starke. for all services. Have Easter Service Immanuel, mighty God, 'or
lights and sound system will con- at Mitchell's Drug Store, or from There will be a gospel sing on '
0 Carl Lynn Clark, 18, Freshman Everlasting Father. Beyond all this, I' :
,tribute immeasurably to improving members of the Jr. Woman's Club. Class president is the daughter of 'Saturday, Apr. 9 at 7 p.m. with the St. Johns Church will have an, His ability to raise himself from the
the pageant. ,Donations of $3.50 for adults and $3 Richard E. Clark, Sr., of Starke,andis Singing Fitch Family from Milan, Easter Service this Sunday, April 3. dead is what proves He is God
One of the ten contestants will be for children up to ten years will be sponsored Terwillegar Motors. Tenn., and David and Knstl Easter Program and Youth Day will beyond all else. ', ,
Chosen as "Strawberry Queen" for accepted to fund vanous community Wendee Kristen Hall, a 1987 McNeill. be observed 11:30: a.m.Rev. Willie 'Putme to death" He said. *and J,
1988 The deadline for applicants service projects underwritten the' Revival services will be April 18-22 Felton will be the speaker.Mrs. "
by graduate of Keystone High Is the 'in three days 1 will raise myself up. ,I,
was extended from March 12 to club. daughter of Sandra Samons and No one less than God could lay down ".
March 26, but failed to get into the The ten contestants for 1988 are! Charles Hall. Dean's Drug Store, His life and take it up again.

The Telegraph, due to an oversight Jeanna Andrews, a BHS senior' Keystone is her sponsor. His enemies didn't believe Hun,so' :.
B-U Retired Held
in Retting: the paper published sponsored by Denmark FurnitureWEDDING Teachers Meeting! Mar. 17 '
Michelle Howard, 16. is the --.= :- they went right ahead With plans to ,
daughter of Mike ,and' Cosette .Tbeima Jennings- reported on put Him to death. They persuaded '
Howard of Starke, a BHS Junior She Miss Kathryne Epperson opened plans for the cultural program for- Judas to betray Him for thirty 4>
PREPARATIONS is sponsored by ferwillegar Motors.,' the Bradford-Union Retired May. Each!: member is requested to pieces of silver. They set up false "
Teachers Mar.
17 with
'. Karen Renee Larsen, a BUS meeting devotional on bring three items of art or crafts to witness to testify against Him. Then
b Junior, is sponsored by the Western an Inspiring on prayer. display.Bring them early enough toi they gained Pilate's consent and
SIMPLIFIED Steer Family Steakhouse. Her, Mrs. Mary Yarbrough, chairman' before the meeting. She hanged Him between, Heaven and
of introduced ,
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne' Community Bill Participation request that by April 21 your I Earth to die.Finally '
Mr. veteran
Hardee of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.' McGill favorite poem, scripture, recipe, or we're through With Him,

Let us show ,you our,' beautiful collection of contemporary ,Edwin Larsen of Salt Spnngs. from educator kindergarten, who has taught through aU university grades funny experience be sent to Mrs. his enemies thought. Only one problem
.Selena Norman,Sponsored by the Blanche Brown. remained. They would have to
wedding' stationery. You can select Western Steer Steakhouse a BHS graduate school. As vocational Volunteer service forms for the keep His body in the grave until the
counselor for Union County, ineluding -,
Junior. Her parents are L.M. and year were distributed. Health care, fourth day. For Christ had promised
your complete paper trousseau from ,a wide vari- Sandra Norman of Starke. the high school, Mr. McGuT ,chairman Mrs. Lucile Johns gave on the third day He would, rise. '
has many responsibilities: In working ". "
members forms to use for simpler
Tender hands took Christ's
lifeless
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Kimberly Jean Teeters, 16 the ",
with the handicapped the voca-
ety of styles in every price range.: daughter of Jean Ciola Winnett of tionally disadvantaged, displaced medical record-keeping. body down from the cross, wrapped
Melrose, Is a high school graduate homemakers and single parents. Following the meeting, lunch was it in clean linen and placed it in '
1 Bradford Vo- served at noon in the pnvate dining Joseph's tomb. A huge stone was ,
currently attending Under, his have ;,
many
L: eiCa S Dress & Gift Shop tech Center. She is sponsored'by. been encouraged supervision to complete their room Restaurant.of the The Bradford next regular Family rolled against its entrance.A Roman f y
Lockwood's Landing In Melrose. seal was affixed, making it a crime
819 So. Walnut Street high school education and get training meeting will be on May 19 in the '
death'
'.Deborah S, Tyliczka. a BUS for a good job. Mr. McGill punishable by If broken. :
Starke.Florida ,964-5051 f R graduate, Is thetfaughter of Robert emphasized! 'paying the<'Importance'of< same location ''Roman soldiers guarded the. tomb t ,
and Janice Tyliczka of Starts. She ill 'retired teachers<<' 'becOmIng involved : .. day and night. 'uf, M J '
sponsored by ferwillegar Motors. in volunteer work in schools, Satisfied that the tomb was absolutely ,.,
Melanie Kyle Wood Is a libraries hospitals and secure Christ's enemies "
nursing "
waited. A resurrection would ,
sophomore at Santa Fe Community homes. prove
College. She is the daughter of Leslie Mrs. Mona Canova gave an appropriate one thing-namely that He was and ,
and Elaine Wood of Starke, spon- and touching memorial in Births is the Son of God.'The lack of it ,' "
sored by Handyman Fence Co. honor of Mrs. Mattie Norman Ellis, would prove anotherthat His ,: J,
a recently deceased member. ''Mrs.Mattie" claims about Himself were exag- '
Stark Church of God
and '
gerated untrue.
So the resurrection
was a superior teacher, loved Patrick Bateman
Presents Easter PlayThe and respected by all who knew' Bryan or, lack of It, would settle the' "
her She was sympathetic, Richard and Judy Bateman are question of His deity one way or
Starke Church of God youth understanding, and a blessing to proud to announce the birth of their another. Everything was set. Three "-
,will be presenting Find No Faultin othersone who showed brotherlylove. son,. Patrick Bryan, born Mar. 18 at days later He raised Himself from ,.'_
Him" (an Easter drama) this Fri .' She was a quality ,teacher Chippenham Hospital in Richmond,, the dead,just like He said He would "\
day night,April I,at 7:30: p.m. at the I because she followed the Master' Va. Patrick, weighing 8 11:>1I. 14 oz. He was everything He ever ctaun,1, ;\ : (:',
Guess 'Who's On The ,church. eacher. and measured 21 ,inches, joins a ed to be and now He is irrefutable ,'' ,,'\'.
This drama portrays the trial, the It was announced that- Mrs.MurielNorman sister, Elizabeth Ann 3 yrs.old. fact. In making good His claim that : }t'.
crucifixion and the resurrection of Maternal grandmother is He would raise Himself
has been nominated for the from the
Christ and the dramatic impact it National Community Service ,Catherine Thomas of Hampton; dead, Christ proved beyond all doubt '
v'' New Weight Watchers had on Pilate. There will be special ,Award. ,great-grandmother is Norma 'C",, that He is God. ,,' ,
'musical arrangements to compliment dall of New Richmond, Oh. Christ is alivet He is ready to
the play.Woman's Paternal grandmother is Joyce :reach across time and extend .the

AmsUi of St. Petersburg; Harold i forgiveness of sin to all who will put :,
Quick Success Program Club Exec., Bateman. 'of Venice, Fl. is grandfather their trust in Him. He is not nearly "". ,'.
Board, To Meet 4/6 John Vallnski'Honor.d i as concerned with any words you '
With Oyster RoastOn might pray as He is with the attitude
Weight Watchers has discovered The Executive' Board of the Michael David Tew ,of your heart. U you haven't already ,
a healthier way lo lose Woman's Club of Starke will be held March 16 John Vaunski was 'done so, I urge you to put your trust, :
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Tew of : ,
April 6 at 1 p.m. in the club room. honored with an oyster roast at the in Him this "
that's 20 Caster
weight % faster than .
Starke announce the birth of a son,
A full report will be given at this Valmskl home. The party, was at- "
before, : But the even better news time on the Antique Show. All officers tended by forty friends. Michael David, born Mar.. 22 in. Ii

,is we've reduced our rate lo and committee chairmen are 'Out of town guests included Jay Gainesville. Hope Baptist :" '-, '. :
you start reducing your requested to be present.' Godwin George Kmbloc and Dick Maternal'grandparents are Mr. :
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,you join now you can lighten help'A Hazen of Gainesville, Tom Williams 'and Mrs. John Samons of Starke Easter Sarvlcos : :

and save S10 I off our regular Gospel Sing Set and Jeff Anderson of Orange Park, and the late Anne Samons. There will be a special Easter ser'v\ }: :,;:, 't, :,',:,
Join now for just $13 and Scott Hawkins of Jacksonville,Keith Paternal'grandparents are Homer vice this Sunday morning at 11 a.m. ,\I '/; ,;, '
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started the :: For April 2, Carter and Mike Wire of Tampa. and Jessie few of Starke. at Church. Pastorf"' :
: on new Quick Success ; Hope Baptist ., ..
Program from Weight Walchen! : ;1' 1\\ The Church' of God of Prophecy, The guests Included Mr. Fro Gary' A. Heath extends to you and :''* ,', ..:

lions and limes make it easy for 2" "D Gospel Sing Saturday night Apr, 2 Gloria,and Mr, Joseph Valmskl, the'groom's Jennl Marie McMahan' worship at Hope Baptist this Easter ,, '

to fit us into schedule \ at 7:30 p.m. father Sunday. '
you your 'Jr Guest singers will be the Cercy Hosts for the occasion were Jack Steve and, Ella McMahan of Hope Baptist Church is located 7 ,
and our unique support group :g it)";' Family., Pastor W.T, Laney Strube, Jr., Joe Valmskl, John Denmart -, ,RossvUle, Ga., announce the birth of, miles south of Starke on Highway *' ,
will help build your confidence> t ', welcomes everyone. Jr, and Scott Roberts.. a daughter, Jesuit Mane, born Feb. 100.
lift your spirits and give you !the, ;' .. IS and weighing 7 11:>1I. 2 oz. at Hut-
motivation lo succeed. cheson Memorial Hospital in Ft.: e

,So join now and discover !the Oglethorpe, Ga. Jenni Joins a sister,
secret to our years of success Put all Easter wishesin Kelil Nicole and two brothers, Paul '
and our added new twist that your and Michael., DAR Meeting 'Apr. 4

makes losing weight 20%fasts Maternal grandparents are The Col. Samuel Elbert of ,:" '
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> Join Now & one'basket.Send and Harold Lows and Janet and Starling Gloria of Mann Lawtey of 4 the at DAR the home will meet of Mrs.on Monday, April '
George Brown
For $15. Starke. Great-grandmother Is Lorraine
Only Bennett of 'at Kingsley Lake at 10 a.m. i

Save $10. ___ the FTD' Paternal grandparents'Lawtey. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. J.T.' !- 'I'' ,.
Charles McMahan of Rising Fawn, Lawson and Mrs. F.W. Tones.: The, i '
I Our ': : Easter Basket Ga.. 'and Carol Smollnski program will be on Revolutionary :- :
,new uick'Success'Program Bouquet., 2250. Clarkston Wash. Great- History; election of I officers' for ', ,'
1988-90 will be held also, so it is Important :
grandmother Is Mae Loeffelbein of
I Easter Sundayis that aU members attend this 1 i
20% faster! Ctaruton"Wull.
helps'you lighten up April'3. meeting.. : '

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': Gladys Says,., I Rainbows'& Lollipops Trousseau TreasuresTrousseau
Since position la everything In life "<, I I
the best to look new A Store 1
place for a Unique Children's
'' Treasures Is 'located: at 3554 St. Johns Avenue In the
wardrobe I.... ; Rainbows & Lollipops has two Jacksonville locations 9965 San 'I Avondale Shopping Center phone 384-3025. the place where most I
,i: Jose Blvd. (Merchants Walk Mall) and 1301-8 Monument Road. This bride shop. I

l".a.i VISA, modern, unique children' shop can well be termed style headquarters Did you know that If you' haven't browsed through Trousseau '
MASTERCARDCASH for children and has firmly established Itself as one. of the Treasures, you have really missed a treat. This is where fantasy I
leading children's shops of the entire area. become a reality Beautiful lingerie and linen are awaiting your
Ail Sales Final ,For any one to assume the fashion responsibility for children of election, so come on over and treat yourself to a trip through the
\ 401iv this area Is rather a large undertaking but this popular shop has ultimate In, lingerie? sleepwear and linens,
assembled a selection 'of garments from fashion leaders of the Trousseau Treasures carries the finest that the market affords
"for,' modern irowirn' Open 10-5 country and their desire' to present only the finest and best ap from,the very' latest fashion to items 'of rare beauty. Linen and

parel. lingerie are not ordinary but are fine top-of-the-line merchandise.In .
3574 St. John Ave. (In Avond< ft beautiful dresses. A complete wardrobe. ,for the growing child, silken things so dear to the hearts of women. White and soft pastel
When It comes to smartness In ladles wear, Gladys Thompson from play toys to "Sunday best"., ,shades can be found here Nothing In the lingerie line Is lacking In
[features the finest, Her. you will ,find distinctive clothes by top Nothing "ml boby fair" can use to adorn his or person Is lacking at this shop, This Is where most brides shop for their unique exotic
designers. In all the newest spring and summer colors and fabrics Rainbows & Lollipops, They have stylish clothes,. suits, dresses, and lingerie and sleepwear You will find nothing but the best for all
Including ultra-suede (which Is very'popular this spring). This shop accessories for Easter. Dresses that breathe sheer loveliness and your needs from everyday to partytime. So, If It's quality you wantat
has dresses suitable from morning through dinner. even sweater sets that will make your darlings look like adorable affordable prices, this is the place to shop and the place to buy all
You will find the newest suits that seem to be "mad. just for angels. your trousseau treasures. -- -
you"lu.t| for your trip Easter, business or school. You can choose Really, Its no use trying to tell you about everything so won't you
from Jacksonville's best selections In all' the new Colors and styles please come and see for yourself? We know you will be thrilled

when shopping here. This season and every season,, fashionwiseand with the garments on display. Shop for fashion conscious children, Mallett Rubber Stamp'Manufacturer '
price-wise ladles come to Gladys Thompson for:chic clothing from Infants to girls and boys size 14, for East and all,year through.

unsurpassed In quality. Come In and select your "special occasion"
wardrobe now 'while selections are most complete. Feel snug and

look sharp In clothes from Gladys Thompson's. Mallets Rubber Stamp Manufacturer located at 13 West Monroe

Direct Connections Street In Jacksonville, phone 356-8218, Is the place to go for rubber
stamps and official ,..als..uch as lodge, judge,, architects, land
,, Jacksonville Custom VansDirect surveyors engineers, or notary seals..
Flutterwheel Name pins and desk plates are engraved In their shop and they
Square DanceShopShopping Connections Jacksonville Custom Vans, located at 7640 also carry corporate kits and printed stock certificates, They are truly
Atlantic: Blvd. In Jacksonville, phone 725-8303, features total van tops In their business: No one con manufacture a better-rubber
for square dance wear Is not difficult if you shop Flutter- customizing flb.rglassln.tallatlon and repair, custom painting and stamp or does better engraving than this local firm. They have served
wheel Square Dance Shop / block West off Post Street In Jacksonville striping and custom body work.If this area for over half a century, with the very best in their line.
located 5026 Plymouth Street, 783-4383. you want your van customized Direct Connections is the placeto They have always been v.ry'r.a.onabl.ln' their prices. People of
/ They carry one of the largest and best selections found anyplace.Here consult with them when in
make specialcustom-
go because they can it something truly this area have found It worthwhile to
you will find everything for the square or round dancer including made for you. All, it takes is a trip to their shop to let them know just need of anything in the rubber stamp business, because they give
even shoes for the doggers, But you can find |just what you and need. Deluxe discount and the best
what you want or economythey give the best quality,the best service ,price
.'" want in square and round dance apparel all sizes, just what you prices to all. They can Install captain's chairs and sofas, .un' roofs,
have been looking for. Just see or call Mary Downing.:...''she will be interior and exterior accessoriesjust decide what you want. Then }
happy to help you find just what you are looking for. Flutterwheel their experts will get to work and before you know it, they will haveit Kirkland Meat Packing Co. '
carries a complete line of,men's and ladies' dance wear ready for you 'They do total van customizing or for the do-it-'
We will just have to 'say. If its square dance wear, they hove it at yourselfer they will sell you what you want so you'can do It.' Kirkland .Meat Packing Company is located at'' 1101 1 :Bulls Bay.
Its very best at affordable prices. Come In soon and look over their This is a business that requires experience. They employ only the Highway In Jacksonville, phone 7810921.
nice selections. You are Invited to shop" or browse... you'll be glad best. So go by or give them a call and get ready for summer fun See_ This Is the place to see or call when'you want good heat or if you,
'you did![, Jack Carolyn. Bartlett owners of Direct Connections.Main : ..: want meat for your home freezer They.will butcher your cattle or \
hogs, cut and package just right for the home freezer and you will
be more ,than happy with ,their services. They are experts in' the
'This Is It Gift_ ShopThis Metal Company business with many,years of experience You can also .buy .meat,

from them and they .will package It.
Is It Gift Shop has gift Items as well as some lovely antiquesand ':'Main! Metal Company is'located at 102 Stuart Street In Jacksonville Kirkland also makes the finest sausage on' the market., It Is
is located at 5026' Plymouth! Street In, Jacksonville! (phone phone 3543708. They' are open from 8 o.m'. to 4:30 p.m. Monday seasoned just right and delights every bite, They will even sell pigs
781-7651)) through Friday and Saturdays from 8-12 noon. for barbequeing.:Their products are in demand by all who Insist on
Shopping for gifts Is not difficult If you go to the right place.This is This firm offers the best service In furnishing a ready market for the best, -
the right place to go for gifts that please. In fact you will be more ,, wherethe handled and how
Kirkland are
aluminum cans, brass copper; litho, lead radiators etc., If.the public; knew how products
than happy with the large selection found here at affordable prices.If highest market prices are paid. They do not buy steel or Iron, absolutely pure and healthful they are, there would not be a family
you haven't browsed through their shop you have missed a, however. In this area 'who would not be a patron of Kirkland Meat .Packing
tr.at.o come on over. A trip,through this lovely shop will prove It's They have established an enviable reputation tor their, fair and Company. Call them today!
nofjiiffifull: ; I !;jo find those IftLlq! .Y.l'uuallt.ms-) will love their antique ;-. ".hosestdeapngtTh1s.upfo-tiote f ) ,:! business,, firmoffers' ,',patrons,,the '
Chinese Bar. You'wtll revel Iri their :selections oJ{china, crystal best.service and I I. aiding In the conservation of waste materials.This .. D's Custom Drapery"& Needle Arts

flatware and cutlery.Here is one of the leading metal,companies of,the state and has a '
you will find lovely gifts for Aunt Jane's anniversary' Sister large patronage from over the surrounding territory. The highest Located in Orange Park at 1478 Park Avenue (Hwy.. 17)),. their
Beth's birthday or bride-to-be Susie, all beautifully wrapped free of -market: prices, courteous treatment and good service all govern phone'number is 269-3601. Owner and designer Doris Wager has
charge* You will agree that each! was .el.cted''Wlth emphasis on the activities of this Justly popular firm. many friends and customers In this ,area. She .Is alway..happy to
good taste, excellent value and ideal appeal We can't list them all, For the best service and price for your cans, brass, copper etc., serve you with all your custom drapes bedspreads, mini-blinds
but we ask that you'come In and see for yourself what you will. findin take them to Main Metal Company.; .,. you'll be glad! you did lNorman's | custom shades swags, cornice boards and more.,You are unique,,.,*
their shop, Don't forget their custom blend coffees. shouldn't your windows be? Why should ,they,look like everyone
Shop soon where you will find the perfect gift even for the person else's when D's Drapery can make them something special with
who has everything I I'Draper'sEgg Vacuum, Supply something custom-mae for you.
'All It takes Is a visit so they can get,to know you, your taste, your
&'Poultry Norman's Vacuum Supply, located at 862 Cassat Avenue in personality- look you want your rooms to have. Then their experts
Inc. Jacksonville, is a complete sales and service center for the leading will get to work. They will ,help you choose from hundreds of
,.. Company, vacuum cleaners of the country such as Hoover, Eureka Whirlpool designer fabrics and styles. They wil put professional seamstresseson
Royal ShopVac Regina and more. .. the flawless draperies and windowtreatments
Draper's Egg & Poultry Company, l located In Jacksonville at 2255 for almost half a with one of the job producing there
They have served this area century that windows;:deserve. ,They ,won't stop
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Lewis Street, phone 3872537. has served Jacksonville and the surrounding -, the largest inventories in the city. In fact they are vacuum headquarters will your make the Installation themselves and make sureyou're
elth.r.Th.y
I area for almost half a century with, Draper Flavor-Grown for the vacuum '
and offer authorized service above : 'perf.ctly'happy ,with the result.' That's whatD', CustomDrapery
Fryers. Hens Turkeys, Ducks Eggs Cheese and a full line of quality cleaners. If you are having problems with your vacuum, bring it on by custom draperies... draperies that are yours and.
meats.. This wholesale only business has a 24-hour order service.It in and they will repair and service It for you. Their repairmen'are means deserve less?
well-known fact that there Is no poultry or meat dealerin it Is, yours alone Do you any
Is a ;egg experts with years of expertence.'When they repair a vacuum also for needlework supplies and much. much more.
them
the area that has met with. greater favor with the public than this well done at affordable prices and there Is nothing overlooked.' See drapery treatment you've
the custom
well-known company because the management has had wide ex if In the market for a new or used vacuum come by and .Here is your chance to' get
are did.
.you wanted. So call .oo,;... you'll be glad you ,
perience in every feature of poultry, egg and meat bu.ln..Th.y. see if they have lust what you want.., You will always find them'' always :
sell only the'' best:and continue to witness the Increase! in',their courteous and willing to help you solve your vacuum cleaner problems ,
number of patron, whether you wish to buy at this time or not. Come In and look' Capital Petroleum
This is the day and age when the public demands not only the over their line and say h.lloto, Barbra Seymour President of Nor.,

w best quality, but the best,service. Thoroughly conversant with'the' .man's Vacuum Supply.Wynn's, ,Equipment CompanyWhen
conditions and a wide experience .in the poultry egg and meat ,
business Draper's Egg & Poultry Company has been able to rendera In the market for service station equipment this Is the
service to the retail trade ,that, is very satisfactory. Nursery & Tree Farm place to;see or call Capital Petroleum Equipment specializes in
sales, s.rvice'and' installation and is located .at 609, Talleyrand,
,;" and Tree Farm Is open' seven days a week and 353-0604.
Wynn' Nursery ,Avenue I In, Jacksonville, phone ,
Lem Turner Factory OutletLem 'located at 4124 Emerson Street in Jacksonville, phone 396-9495. This company also offers self-service station design and building,

This progressive ffrm ,features a most complete servicein, and .they,do commercial and industrial work, They are state certified
( Turner Factory Outlet Is located at 9077 tem Turner Road in cluding every phase of nursery and trees. They carry a completeline mechanical .CMCO 18236 and, state certified' building CBCO
Jacksonville, phone 768-6435. Fay Lewis Invites you to come by and of small and large indoor and outdoor plants specializing in all 22154. '
shop or browse through their large, beautiful selection of curtains, large trees, shade and fruit, trees and ornamentals. If, the large No one offers better .service or Installation than this firm. No matter -.
draperies, rugs i bedspreads, towels and much more. Here you will trees are too difficult for you to plant planting Is also available.This what it Is In the service station equipment line,' call or t see
find name brands for less. firm I I. under the able direction of people who make a wide Capital Petroleum Equipment and they will see that you get,real
'Now Is a good time to brighten up your home or apartment with study of the business and are practical growers. The managementhas service. .
new draperies, beautiful curtains, bedspreads In the colors and patterns had a brood and scientific knowledge of tree and plant life. A, They have built a reputation for their equipment, service and installation -
at very affordable prices. Make your home more cheerful and careful study of the proper soils essential to the production of sturdy and this' brings an :ever-Increasing patronage. They
beautiful than ever I specimens has been made and I I. responsible for the excellent realize that a satisfied customer is the best Influence for good and
You will find no one offers a nicer or larger .selection than Lem and healthy condition of.its stock. 'consequently, they keep th.lr'old customer while gaining n.w'
Turner Foctory Outlet because they know (fust what and where to' ,Anyone contemplating work of this nature can do no better thanto one all the time. This area is indeed fortunate to have such a progressive
buy. ,They knnw just what most of' their customers want. This Is avery place, the order. with Wynn.. so go by soon you'll be glad' you firm to serve their needs.In''service station equipment r
popu' 'Cutlet with the people in, the, surrounding area, did I fAA because every automobile owner benefits from this.
because Lei rner Factory Outlet strlvse to present only quality ,A per.onollnvltotlon Is extended to all of those who need equipment ',
merchandise at discount prices. They have assembled a selection of no matter what has been your past .xperl.nce.h.y'' offer
curtains, draperies, bedspreads etc.,.that are poular the country Septic Tank', you service that is different. '

over.On your next .hopplng'rlp? to the city.''don't .fall to visit L.m and AA Precast
Turner Factory Outlet where you are always welcome Clark Trailer Sales Inc.
AA Septic Tank and"AA Precast I I. located in Jacksonville,. at 8300
'Beover Street phone 781-9156. or 781-4818. This family-owned and Clark'Trailer Sales Inc..'Is located In Jacksonville at 5201 West
operated company has served this area for three generations with Beaver Street phone 781.7914. This I I. the place to see or call for
Bold,City: Window septic tank work. They ,do r..ld.ntlal.'comm.rclal'' and Industrial. trailer and service. They handle Hobbs Trailers, refrigerated flats,,
work. livestock dumps.'low-boy. etc.. They offer
vans,
; Bold City Window Is located at 3733 Adlrolf Road In Jacksonville, i I They will give you fast plumbing service because they have radio-, grain complete hoppers service and parts as well as frame straightening.They .'
phone 3984241. This firm I I. headquarters for windows In this part dispatched trucks.,They do cleaning repairing llterbeds and re-lay I also specialize In trailer for dumpster and have two frame
: of the state and.have had over 25 year of experience In thisbusiness. drainfleld They also do new Installation In fact they are top In rock for straightening dump trailer '
I They will be happy. to give estimates on replacement win- the business. This progressive modern firm I.I known throughout this section a* i
,i lows.l This firm has had some of the largest contracts In this area, as. ,the best In the business. If you need anything In their line or If you :' .'
I Th.y feature aluminum single-hung storm the best windows service,, the screen best, well a* smaller |jobs,. and they always use the best, of.material, need parts of frames straightened, give them a call and let them
I and doorsgiving
sliding
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windows,
glass regardless of the size of the contract. solve problems.
& window and the bet price. Here the public has at Its disposal the services of a contractor I, The your fact that they have existed and thrived In this business I.I proof
". They offer a most complete service and no matter Behind what all you the work need who know how to Install and repair septic tank, etc. They know that their work has always been of the very highest quality.Their ,
In this line you get the exact product you want. the business from A to Z and only employ experienced help. They satisfied customer will attest to this, so for the best trailer,
stand their own guarantee of reliability of and quality. In the window do It right the flrt time.. They have been In' business so long the many best service, the best frame straightening, see Clark Trailer ,
The management has hod many year experience' the customer See AA also for precast products : t ;
because they please Sale.
who the best In
and counted those are any
business among architectural structures, septic tank, etc. #" .
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Pile IA TELEGRAPH March 11.1_


. Legal Notices I I

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Court Eleventh Judicial ,Circuit 'of'' for election to the county committee. the amount claimed.: If the claim I. not
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE The above described properly was Florida at the Bradford County Courthouse Nomination mutt be received In the NOTICE Of SHERIFFS SALE yet due the date when If will become
PROCEEDING .Iaed by Robert R. Dempsey a* Commissioner on the 22nd day of May 1968. at Gainesville County office no later than NOTICE I I. hereby given that I I. Dolph .due shall be stated. If the claim I II con.'
Case No.88.I 62.A of the Florida Deportment ol 1-43 p.m., to request the filing of a May 19. 1988. FmHA committee election I. Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford County. tlngent or unliquidated, the nature of
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF the described or. to all Florida, under and by virtue of Writ Of
law Enforcement or; his agent on or Rule to Show Cause why open eligible voter the uncertainty shall be stated' If the
ONE THOUSAND FIFTY-TWO about the 20th day of October 1987. at property should not be forfeited to the without regard to rocs Color, r.llglon, Execution towltiExecution claim .Is secured the security shall be
DOLLARS (SI.OS3.00)) or near P. O. Box 633. Morgan Road. use of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement national origin. age, political affiliation, : issued out of County Courtof described. The ,claimant shall -deliver
b IN U. S. CURRENCY.TO the of marital Status, and/or Bradford County Florida, pursuant to'a
Starke. Bradford County. Florida. This pursuant to provision sex handicap. sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto
Final Judgment for Edmond D. (Sonny)
property I I.currently In the possession of Section 932701932.704, Florid. ltehg 3/31 enable the clerk to mall ana copy to
: JAMES W; CONROE; NANCYE CON- the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Statute. If no claimant appear, a request Control 0646 Tenly,Jr and Virginia E.Tenfy of Starke, each personal representative.All .
ROE i A legal representative of the will be mode for on Immediate Florida, and against Steven Matlyosk .persons Interested the estate to
and Dorothy Mattyoslc defendants, In
Florida Department of Low Enforcementwill hearing and entry of a final! Order: of whom a copy of this Notice of Administration -
AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURITY the amount of $550.00 together withcosts
appear' before the Honorable' forfeiture. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR has teen mailed are required ,
OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE Stephen P. Mlck I.. Judge of the Robert R. DempseyCommissioner, ,BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Have of seized collection.and .have In WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
DESCRIBED PROPERTY my palM".Ion
PROBATE DIVISIONFile THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
Fla. Dept. of Law Enforcement' No. M-IA-CP (I.3897) the following described' personal THIS NOTICE. to file any objection
By:Craig Rockeniteln, ,IN RE: ESTATE OF .property to-wit: they may have that challenge the validity -
Jacksonville] Business Field Counsel' PETER N. LANDINE, VIN 1979 No.Chevrolet,CCL249F302797 Pkk-Up Truck of the decedent': will, the qualification
711-B Liberty Street Deceased of the personal' representative, or
A the Of the above named.
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Jacksonville Fla. 32202Telephone NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION property the venue or jurisdiction of the court.
Review ((904))359-6480 Th. administration ol the estate of defendant and that on Monday the 25th ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJEC:
day of April, 1988 at two o'clock on sold
3/31 2tchg 4/7 PETER N. LANDINE Deceased. File/ TIONS NOT SO FILED.WILL BE FOREVER
Control 0644 Number 88-16-CP ((1.3897). I I. pending In day on the premise of the Bradford BARRED.
Maker the Circuit Court for Bradford County, County Jallyard, I will offer for sale and Date of the first publication of this
Sleep sell to the highest bidder for cash In .
Florida; Probate Division, the oddres of Notice of Administration:' March 31,
.. hand the above described
of
NOTICE OF RIGHT which I Is P.O. Drawer B, Storke, Florida property 1988.
"A Mattress Factory"Sleep TO NOMINATE BY PETITIONThe 32091. The name and oddreue of the aid defendant. to satisfy the af..1etE.ecutlon. Boyd D.Baker
Farmer Home AdministrationFmHA persona! representative and the
personal A*Personal RepresentativeOf
Maker. "A Mattress Factory" i I. owned by Steve Ellis ( ) Is Occptlng nomination for representative'* attorney are set Dolph E. Reddish the Estate of,

located at 2607 Phillips Highway In Jacksonville/ phone County Committee election for Alachua forth below Bradford County Florida Sheriff 1I0bertE.Cukh..0ec..edAnORNEY
and Bradford Counties. This notice I I. to All Interested ore required to
They are open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 persons 3/31 4tchg 4/21 FOR PERSONAL,
Inform eligible voters of the right to file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS REPRESENTATIVE:
They sell top quality bedding at discount This Control 06.t7IN
Is the
prices.
nominate candidate by petltlon.lopl., OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Thomas A, Daniel Esq.
to see or call if you need bedding. They make custom sizes for of the petition and Instruction on Its NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate 234: S. Main Street
que beds, travel trailers and 18-wheelers. They will cut foam to completion can be obtained from your and (2)) any objection by an Interested Gainesville, Fl. 32601
size. They have latex foam also. Real value and the local FmHA office. person on whom this notice was served THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Phone ((904)) 378-8438
reasonable have been Persons nominated should hove an In. that challenge the validity of the will, BRADFORD, COUNTY. FLORIDA 3/31 2tchg 4/7
price possible the Influence of
guiding t.r..lln a farm as on owner, tenant, of the qualification of the personal PROBATE DIVISION, Control 0639
policies and it has brought them trade from all the surrounding sharecropper within the county or area representative,venue, or (jurisdiction of File Number 1-3890
ritory. This Is where courtesy and quality meet. In which activities of the county or area the court. COM No.....9.(1'
They have built up a large business by giving patrons committee are tarried out. They must be ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT IN RE: ESTATE OF
very SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ROBERT E. CUTCHEN INVITATION TO BID
citizens of the United State or alien
fortable mattress that delivers good night's sleep:'so they lawfully admitted to the United State Publication of this Notice hat begunon Deceased. The City of Hampton. Florida will accept
rested when morning comes For your mattress needs? see for p.rmanentresidece, and be well March 24. ))988. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTo bid for the sale of a 1979 Chrysler
Sleep Maker,people today.Glasrock qualified for committee work. Spousesof Personal Representative: all .persons having claim or 4 door sedan. *
those persons who meet the eligibility THE FIRST NEW HAVEN NATIONAL BANK demands against the above estate and Date of Bid Opening: April 12, 1988.7:00:
criteria are also eligible;I, for nomination n/k/a CONNECTICUT NATIONAL BANKP. all other 'parsons Interested 'In the
.O. Box 1909, MSN 654 stole: leaVed Bid,Deadline: April II. 1988
Home Health Care New Haven, Ct. 06509 You ere hereby notified that the Administration 3:00: p.m.
Attorney for Personal Representative: of the Estate of Robert E. Place of Bid Opening: City Hall Hampton -
.FREE'EXPLORING BENJAMIN y. SAXON, ESQ. Cutchen, deceased: File Number 1-3890 Fl.Location.
Glasrock Home Health Care Is located In Jacksonville: SAXON & RICHARDSON. P.A. I. pending In the Circuit Court for Bred- of Unit: City Hall. Hampton Fl.
Augustine Rood phone 737-4600 (toll free -800-342-6062)). Circuit'I 14. 111 South Scott Street ford County, Florida Probate Division Owner of Unit: City of HamptonItem
need of home health care products this is the place to call or / 4. GOD'S WORD Melbourne, Florida 33901' the address of which I I. P. O. Drawer B. :'1979 Chrysler' 4 door sedan.
Starke Florida 32091. The .personal the rightto
of
The
305727.2545 City Hampton reserve
This firm is one of the largest ,hospital equipment and of the estate I I. D.
HOME BIBLE STUDYThe 3/24 2tchg 3/31 representative Boyd reject any and all bids. For further Information
houses in this area. They sell or rent everything for the sick Control 0631_ Baker, whose oddres I i. P. O. Box IS9, contact Gordon Wadsworth
such as a complete line of wheelchairs, lift chairs, beds, Bible Course is taught' in your. Graham Flo.. 32042. The name and ad- ,Clerk of the City of Hampton. Florida

safety aids, walking aids, etc., and will bill Medicare or your home free of charge,. STARKE t dress of the personal representative' Post Office Box 250 Hampton, Florida,
This Is are set forth below .
a non-denominational attorney 32044 telephone 904 68-1201.
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mercial insurance for yoU. This area Is very fortunate to have based only on what thus salth J):e CHURCH OF GOD All person having claims or demands JAMES R. FLYNN ESQ.

progressive firm. They constantly ,strive to be well-stocked at word,! of God.* 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 against the estate are required WITHIN 409 West Georgia Street
times.If THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Starke, Florida 32091
APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.. John Spratlln. PastorWe FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to Attorney for the
you want anything in the health care (line,.call or go by. 782-3303 Invite you to worship with us. file with the clerk of the above court a City of Hampton

you have decided what you need, 'you can depend on this Attended Nursery written statement of any claim i i or de 3/24 2tchg 3/31

see that you get it, You will find they are extremely courteous Rev, Emmett Bright Sunday School ;*.,.,,... 10am mand they may have. Each claim must Control 0642
efficient to a marked degree. So let them help you with your 'To schedule your home bible Morning Worship {,.*...?? Ham be In writing and must Indicate the basis
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You will of for additional Information Evening Service ,....it:,v,' 6pm for the claim, the name and address of
core problems. be glad you dldf study Wednesday Youth ... .. .' 1:30:

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I 1. -- ;- Lamp of Jesus. ""Ministries

BADCOCK 'AUTOMOTIVE PARTS Lewis Timber Co.
CENTER Crafts t Consignments

FURNITUREKim ... SundayJohn HWY 301 S. 964-6871 \Located take off tOQ S.1IDwItAtKeystana,


& Jan Johnson The ; 12.12-34 pO Box 207. Starke follow'fgna

660 S. Walnut 964-5644 Birthday 'Monday AM Nato,.stale N.......'

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John .
Blankenship'sChimney Country Carpets ot Starke :, of Hope! 1:5.138Tuelday: Griffis & Sons Works, Fibreglass DURRANCE SUPPLY PUMP'&

Sweep / John

Service I 14131Thursday: 'Home of the Stumpknocker Attend your'church. regularly .,j;

; Locally Owned& Operated W.dnsWayJohn boat"HWY301 .

964-8278 964-6108 964-6154 16 4.24 N. 964-4461 or 964-5531 864 Temple 964-7061 "


Eyeglass Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales 16.140Friday John Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON

'- We Finance, Industries SERVICE
"Your,complete
Buy Here Pay Here John "24 HR.WRECKER SERVICE"
: tll,t-30 HWY 301 N.
eyeglass center 1320 Templo Ave. I ,987 N.TEMPLE AV. ,

'103 Edwards Rd., ,964-8588 964-7783 Saturday John 964-7347 964-6111 '

1931-42: .,

CEDAR RIVER JONES OMInguMwe.RJNERAlHOME oaring ..rvM. I ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL B&M STARTER &

SEAFOOD tea onr 6O Yaws I HOME I '

Steve and Cindy Futch Dignified Service GENERATOR.
,The Best Seafood In Town & Start Monuments 238.E. Washington St.

236 S. Temple Ave S14 K. Ness M. 't ** -_ t Stark. 964-5274
964-5685 Kayalelte HalgMa '. 4TH17 HWY 301 S. 964-5757

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Chastalns Jewelry & Gift Andrews'Drugs ,1 I STARKE KOA ,

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::4 ,Gallery i 'This thing we call hope-M I 10 a strange thing. r'Y".O KampgroundOpen70ay
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"For All Your Pharmacy Needs" It springs eternal in the rtunvan breast..and yet sooften ,

I Bibles;gifts & jewelry., H has been mocked by time and tragedy. ---,-, ,LP Gas & Western Union/ Agent',

104, W. Call St. 356 W. Madison 964-7170 Why, indeed, does every man and '" tI r8e4-U18 ::.::. Convenience Store .
woman cling to his or her hope, even when .
964-7271 .I, ,the self-styled realists cry "hopeleM.'!' .; 964-8434 r i. Hwy 301 S. .

The answer I written in the beautiful WESTERN STEER FAMILY ,
Bradford Title & Abstract JORDAN, AGENCY AT' I I I history of the first Easter Day. faithful CROSLEY

"We encourage you to STARKE, friends of the Master -=cam to anoint His' STEAKHOUSE

worship this, week and every "Serving you first"'I, body. Cam sorrowing....without hope.'t From all otu* .t W.atm Steer MANUFACTURING '

And they returned rejoicing. : "Christ Is US 301 South
week".' 441 W. Madison St ,iae.- CORPORATIONMark

9646881'WATERS 364-5237 or 9646313 That was the birthday of Hope..the U 964-8061 Mullins & Employees .

certainty of Christians thai even death t _

GROCERY" r?: Mosley Tire Co., ,.cannot And destroy every taster the believing Day counties soul men and !!_Insurance: "'Coll Now 964-8018: :

Corner.. of US 301 & State US 301 N. Starke women discover or rediscover thai Hope. It
FL 964-6600 ", brings a new )Joy to their lives. It will, to 440 W. Madison --' -
Lawtey,
ACCI' CENTERS
24 HR Wrecker Service '.youro..I.. (Wlnn-Dlxle Shopping Center) "IW I H'lff1ML''
782-3737 -----.a.e-MM.ai.Yrwvas OF At ;. ,OA. INC.Homes .
% CUstom made exhaust systems ii 9644695' Jf THE PAW RELIEF DOCTORS

I NOEGEL'S AUTO FLORIDA NATIONAL STARKE LANES W.W. Professional Beautiful of
Office & Personnel
I SALES' BANKOfficers I'J' W I Services North Florida
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Worship this week andevery week Directors & Office &, Services of AD Construction Company
1 Special rate for Church groups. Typing
at the church of your choice" dI All types of Home l Improvement
Staff '1614 N."Templ. 964-8175 1837 Raiford Rd. 964-7777 .
1018 N. Temple .96f-6461 J I 9646766Terwillegar


,1 NAPA AUTO PARTS'. Allen's Office Suppliesand DENMARK FURNITURE CORBETTS SERVICEComplete TIRES & GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION Motors Inc. t


STORE Printing Company It's a fact, you can do Tire Shop & Auto Sales & Service
206 W. Madison & US 301
Art Supplies. Custom Framing ,Superior quality home at ,
wAil the right parts'In' all the' better at Denmark's Repairs '
'. affordable Starke/ 964-7200
Printing Office Supplies 301 N. prlc.sHWY .
N. HWY
402
Temple -
right places'155W. 113 E.Call St '9644925 .434 W. Call 964-5827 301 8... MUI33; ;SR 21 Keystone Height..
Brownless! Rd. 964-6060 9646436ORIAN .-- ._- .. -. ,
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DOUGLAS BATTERY OF Community WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS Daniel E. Hlldebran You must put on that newman

STARKEWe 's PAPEII'HJJrfiUPS' State Bank 'Inc: Certified Public Accountant created In Goers '

rebuild starters alternators Xr Cus.amr....Hanging. f of Starke '
\ Rsesonetts Raise' Management & Staff' ((904)) 964-4143 Image, whose Justice and

& Generators CALL 1aywst.rs Starkes Only Home Owned HWY 301 North 2117 N. Temple Ave, holiness are born of :
Batteries I
Auto Marine-Cycle Bank
i Kay(Id.r.964-5669 Independant 964-7500 Starke.; 32091 truth:
to. Tempta 964-7811 '.Patty _. -Eptujslane 421: i
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Former IqI_, Pro. ,Terry' Catlett Gets Top Job at Starke Country Clubby ,. I

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Boater Rahn since age ia, when be' ttrecfof' 'Meihvck: alas HarokfBishop in a'>- the mini tours tor Eve years; 1972-76, course. Homes are'being built within Players Championship,, since both'' ,

BCT Sun Writer baseball, and having to suffer for errors JAGA play-off when be was 15.Meinyck and tested his skills on the PGA tour the circle formed by the fairways, were boys, playing as opponents.

Terry CaUett, golf pro and club made by teammates. Golf woo. for the next two years, 1977-78. He and adjacent to the airways. Mark is a couple of years younger, .
manager at Keystone Height Golf became his forte. Names of touring pros in his age decided his future lay In being a club In reminiscing about his beginningas ,than Terry, but provided formible

and Country club for the put seven Terry began playing with his group come easily to Terry, since he pro! rather than being a touring pro. a golf professional Catlett said he competition more than..!O"yean ago!
yean, has accepted the club father Charles Catlett, at Selva played with many of them, such as, while being reared In Jackson- qualified In Plnehurst, N.C., in 1977, Catlett said he
manager position at Starke Golf and Marina golf course, where his fami- Fuzzy Zeoller. Curtis ,Strange and ville, Terry said he tired of"country in the same class with Curtis with the favaorably Impressed

Country Club, succeeding Harold ly held membership. next year Steve Melnyck. club living: and looked for a small Strange, and received his tour card. local club, leadership that the of the
Bishop.CaUett. at age 13, he won the JAGA Terry graduated from Jackson"vllle's town to live in. ,Keystone Heights His first official PGA tournamentwas is I observing and group
cooperative works<<
said the potential for the (Jacksonville Area Golf Association Terry Parker High School in suited his fancy and he lived there a pro-am held on the Starke ; together

Starke facility to continue to improve ) Junior Championship. He 196, and attended North Florida seven years, enjoying the small golf course. Catlett shot a 64, and Golf' lesson by appointment, to

,and possibly expand 11outItaDding would go on to win the tournament Junior College In Jax. He turned pro town atmosphere.The won the event, his first offiflal sharpen a golfers game, to improve "

and he would like to be twice more, at ages 16 and 17. immediately upon graduating from future of the Keystone golf money. specific: areas, or learn from the
put of the club's future. Terry remembers walking down a Jr. College, in 1970. course is rather bleak,' since there Is CaUett said he has known Mark beginning. Call the pro shop, 9645441for

.. GUett, ,,had been playing golf fairway with profMRtonftl!I Steve. 'Terry boned his golfing.skills OP' no room for expanding. the nine hole' MrrnmhM'. wtnn.r of th- !' 19R8 a time and date.



I Tornado. : Baseball Team Drops 2 Tough Games On the Road I IIn I


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a two game skid, the Tornado "We're pIayinl"pretty good"baseball. -
nine last 6-3 to Interlachen fallin our way. tie with Interlachen has to stand 1-11n the bottom of the second on two Tornado diamond: last Thursday.
:Thursday and High last We're hitting the ball not Bib has been leaving too many' Coach Zuraff said Officials first /hits and a stolen base. March 34.Freshman.
I day March 28 were edged 3-2 Mon- committing" many errors, but we'relosing people on base. The hits don't come said the game could be finished In the fifth Williston went ahead Allan Jenkins started
by WUliston High, theeighthranked said Coach Jeff Zuraff"It's
Class at the right time. when the two teams met again 2-1 on a walk and a double. In the for BHS, but was lifted in the second
2A
team in the hard to take but If
we keep playing Officials ruled that suspended
state. The two losses put BOS at 6-7-1. sixth WUliston went up 3-1 on a hit, when he walked two and hit two bat-
good! baseball things should begin games cannot be replayed, so the 66Legal went to third on a wild pick-off ters to the second with no outs and

I Upcoming... move, and scored on a sacrifice fly. took the loss. Bo Hersey relieved,
Notices "Little mistakes against teams got Bib out of the inning down 3-1,
BBS meets Santa Fe on the Tor-
like that will kill you," points out but then walked 5 batters and allow
nado diamond (Thursday
a today Coach Zuraff. ed two hits.

NOTICE Of INTENT IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF tot 1 I, being the Sly 2.63 acres of March 31) at 5 p.m, BHS got a second run in the BHS got one run in the first when
TO CONSIDER ENACTMENTOF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Tract 1 of GENEVA WOODS, being a port Friday; April 1, BOS goes to' seventh when Allan Jenkins walked, Ranall Polk singled and scored on a
PROPOSED ORDINANCES AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, of Section 25 Township 8 South Range Newberry for a 4:15: p.m. game. stole second,. and scored on John Tim Lewis triple in the left-center
BY THE CITY OF HAMPTON, STATE OF FLORIDA 22 East, Bradford County, Florida and BHS lost 4-3 to Newberry and beat Berry's RBI single. ,gap.
HAMPTON, FLORIDA CIVIl DIVISION more particularly described on that certain Santa. Fe 4-3 this season. Nn N" lit
Notk I Ia "hrby given that on the 12th Case No. 87-158 mop prepared by Joseph G. Knapp, Winston took a first inning lead ....... _... d I .
day of April 1988 at 7:00 P.M., the City CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, 'Registered land Surveyor, dated and held on to beat BHS 3-2 in a hard ..d.tt_,... .,M t I 1 t Il.w e

Council! of Hampton Florida In regular f/k/a CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS September 14, 1978 a copy of which Is fought game Monday ,afternoon in tint' lwfc,tC .I e N N ..
_ton to be held at the City Hall AND LOAN ASSOCIATION a corpora. recorded In Official' Records Book 244 at WUliston. .<4l 'tra s, I 1 e slaw -.110 d fM..w .
462. public records of Cordell AIM _..... I"Me e _.. d I .
Hampton, Florida, will consider the tlon page Bradford Strong was ,the losing Pit- ,
,.. s..d.N.s. .1 1
following ordinance, and the proposed Plaintiff, County. Florida. cher, allowing 4 hits 3 walks, and Jew_ ... M. w .I.'1 1 1TmN ,.. ../.. .. d'' /' t I ,
nactmant th.r.of. v. Subject to easements of record., striking out 4. Bas had eight hits. i.w." It I c..d.N nose i. rfMM 4 1.1 ,.
PROPOSED ORDINANCE No. 88-1: TALMADGE L. PRESSLEY AND Subject to a I Off building set bock line BHS went up 1.0 in top,of the first ..... _.owwe. Io-...... s. -. I. .
AN ORDINANCE of City o< Hampton, LINDA M. PRESSLEY his wife, from County Road S.E. 43rd Street.at when pitcher Cordell Strong doubled seas._. ,4J. ,
Interlachen 6 BUS 3 C- din I. "
Florida entitled FAIR HOUSING OR- AND FLEET FINANCE. INC. public sale, to the highest bidder stole third and 1C0red'on a 4.s I.
for cash at the front door of the Interlachen beat the BHS nine 6-3
DINANCE to prohibit dlKHmlnatlon on Defendant. sacrifice grounder to shortstop by tr4n.d.as t I I '
ttw basis of roc.. color. ancmtiy. no- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ford County Courthouse, In Starke. James McNeal WHS tied the with five hits and seven walks on the ..... tta,Uvta,.....-.-lee lilpln.Kirby .,
Hanoi origin, religion, sex. marital NOTICE .Is hereby given pursuant to a Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 7th day of game t

Status. or age 'In housing, providing acommon Final Judgment of foreclosure dated 1 April, 1988.
title; enunciating March 1988. and entered In Case No. GILBERT S. BROWNAS BHS Boys Tennis Team is 8-1 I
,
CITY POLICY relating to thl. type of 87-158, of the Circuit Court of the Eighth CLERK OF SAID COURTBy ,
discrimination: defining the terms used 1 Judicial' Circuit In and for Bradford County Beulah Moody SV "

prescribing unlawful discriminatory Florida wherein CITY FEDERAL SAV- Deputy Clerk BHS tennis teams split last weeK, ,state finals alive. Jo' Hiidebran was
practices In connection with the sale, INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Is the I 3l04tchg331Control with the 8-1 boys taking two teams'' The BHS team also got some great undefeated for the week with a &-4",
leasing financing and provision of Plaintiff and TALMADGE L, PRESSLEY 061 S wins over Palatka and Live Oak. publicity this week in a full length 6-4 win over Palatka's Shane Mur-

brokerage services relating to housing;, AND LINDA M. PRESSLEY Is the Defendant Playing in a standard two-of-three, feature story on the Jason and Jody ray and an 8-S win over Matt Miller:
.providing certain exception: providing I will sell to the highest and best set format for the first time this Brown in the Gainesville, Sun by of Live Oak. .
far the designation of administrator; bidder for cash at the front door of the Palatka'
season, the boys walloped former Telegraph Sports. Writer Mark Shuford defeated PalatIUI's'Lance
prescribing the administrator's powers courthouse In Starke at 11:00 a.m. on; 7-0 and defeated Live Oak 6-1 to keep .Buddy Coilings.: Allred 6-3.6-2 and Live Oak's .
and duties, providing for conclllon hearIngs .' the 28th day of April.1988. the following' s
their march toward the district tour suprlsefor
The Browns may be a big Tim Carrier 6-0 to complete the BHS
forth said
described set In
and agreements prescribing property as INVITATION TO BID'' i".. nament and a possible berth in the, some opponents at the state tour- sweep. '
penalties for violations for Final JudgmentLot "
providing ,
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The City of Hampton Florida will accept '
nament if their tough doubles the Brown brothers
they In
escape ,
duties. of administrator when. probable St on Pine Avenue' Crystal Lake
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bids for1 the and NOTICE OF I INTENTIONTO
resurfacing pavingof district this they are playing 8-% both
causa of violation exists; providing action Homesltes, according to plot thereof as REGISTER season picked up wins against
below.
certain
streets specified
6, of the city as better than ever' in their, senior schools on court one and Kimutis
to be taken by Administrator when. recorded In Plat Book 3. page
NAME "
Date of Bid Opening: April 12, 1988, 7:00 FICTITIOUS ,
conciliation of a violation falls or cannot 1 current public records of Bradford County p.m. Pursuant to Section 865.09.' Florida season and Hiidebran beat their opponents
be resolved, / Florida. Top seeded Jason beat Allen .by identical scores.
providing an invalidity or
Sealed. Bids Deadline Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the "
: April 11. 1988,.
hand and the seal of this Nesbitt of Palatka 11-1.11-2 and beat "The contmue to
unconstitutional! clause, and providing WITNESS my 3 undersigned Judy Cunningham P.O. boys play very
an effective date.' Court on March 21. 1988.HONORABLE | :00 p.m.Place lax IIS. Heights, Fla. 32M David Johns of Live Oak 8-S.,' well Head Coach Jerry McGnff
of Bid +all, Keystone
OpeningClty '
The substance of the contemplated ordinances GILBERT S. BROWN Fl.Location. Hampton sole owner-i. doing..business" under the Jason Brown. who has yet to drop said. "This match with St.Augustine: '..,,
Is the proposed regulation as. Clerk of Circuit Court of Unit City Hall Hampton Fl.' ,firm name of lady lug Florist 1005 S., even a game this season. continued will be the biggest challenge yet."
stated above. By Cathy Higginbotham Owner of Unit:City of Hampton Water St., Starke, Florida 12091. Intendsto that amazing streak with a 6-0, 6-0 The ladies didn't fare quite as weU
Said contemplated ordinance may be Deputy Clerk3244tchg414 item Resurfacing and Paving of approximately register said fictitious name under the win over Palatka's Justin Morgan'and ,in their matches, dropping <0-7< team
.Inspected by the public, at City Hail.> 1580 feet of public street being aforesaid statute. an IH) decision over Rick Bar wins to both schools.
Hampton, Florida, during the' regular Control 0633 Division Street In the City' of Hampton Dated this 31st day of March, A,O. rett of Live Oak. The lone win for'' BHS 'was

"_busjnmhouri!: of sold office. -- -- from Highway 18 to Pine ,Street, then. 1988, In Bradford County Third seed Rick Kimutis beat registered by Joy Velienga with a 6-4
All .Interested parties may appear of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT from Pine Street to CR 325. 3/31 4 chg 4/21 Jesse Cardoza of Palatka 112.1 'win over Palatka's Lorrie Browning

seldl meeting and.. be h.osd wlth.r... ,,*,,- -"FC*BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Specifications may be obtained from Conro10648 before dropping a close: exciting 79udttUstoR in an exhibition match.
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.to. (, ofWSWHTfBir'' ""l''" -' IooCJ.IIi1 Dlvisios. .... the Clerical) the City UU<"Wtoo. City I> __ - to.Uve.Oak* Wayne Cason.
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Ca.e87-617.CA, HoII..ponqu..t.
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Of FLORIDA
CITY HAMPTON JACK M. COURTNAY and The City of_Hampton reserves the right
Cordon Wodsworth. Clerk MARILYN R. COURTNAY, to reject any and all bids.
3/24 :Jtchg 3/31 With Call 'Forwardingyour
0643 Plaintiffs, For further Information, contact Gor.
Control
vs don Wodsworth Clerk of the City of
ADDIS DAVIS and Hampton. Florida Post Office Box 250.

MICHAEL ANTHONY DAVIS Hampton Florida. 32044, telephone find
calls always you.
NOTICE OF INTENTION Defendant. 9044681201.
TO REGISTER NOTICE OF SALE JAMES R. FLYNN ESQ.
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE I. hereby given that, pursuant 405 West Georgia Street

Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida to the Final Judgment entered 'In Case Storfca., Florida 32091Attorney That means: ,'
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Number 87617CA. 'In the Circuit Court for the all your calls
still
and
undersigned Robert Lyndel Sopp. Sr.. 'of Bradford County Florida. I 1'' will sell ,City of Hampton You can call on all your neighbors get

Route 1, Box 979. Starke, Florida 32O91/ the property situated In Bradford County 3/24 2tchg 3/31 You can steal away to your favorite restaurant and would-be r

ale owner, doing business under the Florida, described as_ Control 0641OYSTER '. burglars will think you're still at home. ,
firm name of Bradford Marine, Inc., without missing
Route I, Bon 979 Starke. fl. UO91. Intends You can play "Monopoly" at a friend's house ,

to register said fictitious name out on any important business deals. ," : .
under the aforesaid statute; when take off for the weekend.. "
Dated this 24th day of March. 1988, In Your friend can take messages you "
Bradford County.., You can have your phone follow you by dialing a simple code, '" "

3/31 4tpd 4/21 other local numbers.. ; : ,' ,'
,that transfers calls to ; : ': .
Control 0645 ,
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CITY OF STARKE ; ">""f'\'v\l11":
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGON _,',,;,:''"': ? ,>,r '' :,
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PROPOSED ANNEXATIONYou ,,",, '" .' ::,,'," ,: : '

are hereby notified that the City ". j "" :!"I"\ \' ',! '\ "
:of Starke Is considering passage of the ,;,' \ ,
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following ordinance.., \' :i'h\h'f\'i'' 'l--,,'
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AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ",f ", 'I. "" ""y
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STARKE, FLORIDA. ANNEXING CERTAIN ',\ "'('{ ,\ I\:\ ,?},j>!)'l)1 I ;' : n...
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,UNINCORPORATED LANDS IN BRADFORD Where people connect ,r.&t" ; ; \& "fS\:( ;\': ,.,\\l),;' \," ,
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COUNTY FLORIDA; ENACTED i, :: '.f! I ::,: "f'I: :
PURSUANT TO FLA. STAT. 171.044: PROVIDING 1Wt '" ;' .;!Y",,')',),
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FOR NOTICE; PROVIDING FOR a ,,, ', '. .
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. f
.. It ordained, by the City Commission "

of Stork.. Florida. as follow:' ._- _.".. .
SECTION I: 'AUTHORITYThis ; :, :
Ordinance Is adopted pursuant to : :
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Fla. Stat. 171.044. :,;:,

SECTION' 'II 1: PURPOSEThe
following described real propertyIs
hereby mode a port of the City of
Stark for all purposes under the low:
A parcel of land lying partly In the SE -
1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section I*. and partly -,
In the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section IS,' '
'Township 6 South Range 22 East Bradford -
: County. Florida: said parcel being \
more particularly described as follows: ,
Commence of the Southeast comer of I
aid SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run

an along' Intersection the Southerly with boundary the Westerly w..terfy'l ,A generous helping of delicious, fried oysters..

dary of the, right of way of the boun-I Served with french fries, cole slaw, hush puppies,
Transportation Railroad for the
Beginning. From Point of cocktail sauce. Enough

described continue Westerly along said,I giant- $3 7 9
Southerly boundary. to the Eoeterfybaundory to please even a

of the right of way of Stat size appetite.
(U.S. 301)): thence Northeaster;
lo2e06 said Easterly boundary, fa the ',
Northerly boundary of sold SE 1/4 of SI 'i. t,'rIIJ.t! ,'

1/4: thence Easterly along sold Norther* SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY ,J'1:
and along the Northerly i '
boundary of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of s.c.1 You-Can-Eat '"",'

Man IS, to the Westerly boundary of the ",
.,rW...of way of sold CSX TransportsiMon J CountryStyle Fish Dinner $3.99 ', "

Railroad. ; thence, Southwestecly' along' Dining Room Service Only '
old Westerly boundary to the Point ofKCTOHNh I ,,1, :&, t
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Thta Ordinance shall EFKCTIVI toke effect DATE upon. MONDAY & TUESDAY I"';.*,,,, "'iiOC.nlst1988' "

of'storfce. \ : '
Commission" '
me :
City
by ""I"
.passage. I ,
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Florida. In order to allow all i>t d
1 citizens to vok*> objections, a public 'IWo-Piece Fish Dinner',$2.39Captain '(' ',., '.' "I\t.\(,I' ", .
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will be held : .
hearing en Mid Ordinance \\ '"
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an"Tu.doy. April 5. I.... of the CIty ," OJ,: ,:
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Stark. Florida. ., '
Commission Room In << .
said) "hearing commence .t 7:00 p..... '",\-i .'
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. Lady Tornadoes Win Distance 'Medley. Championship

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The Bradford girls won the Class Lori Sapp came back after; the minutes later Friday. 'one oack to ,0..Mile....". t)_..HM(NlMta'WwMa Him
3A distance medley championship at distance medley relay and ran back 506: miles were exceptional.. $,7.05 kirk. ... Ct80y' .-....,.

the HStft annual Florida Relays in the 2:21.76 in the 800 meters to place 8th All the kids ran their best races of Reults;

high school competition last Friday out of 25 girls.Ramona the year. They had to run with the .*.. Putt ') teener mlt_ Mr. DwIaM Alton 2'T .
March 23.Christie. Tennant ran 12:36 in the competition they were faced With. ri>'/,,-.*Mve Them MS", Irit HwMycMt T4".
Harrell ran the lead off 3200 meters (two miles) for 8th place'' About 3,000 competed In the Friday 01-.1.) ... itenemm H"'""", SMve Thenrieltri
half mile tn 229.3.; Terricene Kitties among 15 girls.. meet, about 4,000 Saturday, including ", DV.ISM"'.,.ti'1 11'ft"'' MM Uew n.Hlek .

ran the second leg quarter In 66.7. The girls 4 by 400 relay (Kim high school and college.In J_. N.,.I.), Utttmikm HiMertr tMUrn if.Veoe $10'. 1)) Sp_4erfniHUlf

Ramona Tennant ran the 1200 meter 'Hampton, Nicole Wanton. Terri Kitties the invitation mile Saturday Jump, 3)) Dtotadll NM Iff' ,H.r..y McCvh
third leg with a severe groin pull In ,' Christie Harrell) placed 9th, there were 10 girls from Florida and "._ ,",''''. '
'4.13: .3. Lori Sapp anchored the relay 4:37.87. Trlpta >umi I'' 11.1..14, J.MIr, 372'4'.,
running : five from Georgia, The race was to
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with a S:06.4 mile run. With Tennant Malachi Jenkins 22'4" in
jumped be limited to nine entrants but there 100 Meter 0..... 1)) lekert NldMte 11|<. 4)) Henry
hurt, Sapp came from behind. About the long jump,e'o" in the high jump' were so many outstanding girl runners Mutt**, It,M. 0)) r.... *m*.,., II.n" 'ay. .
90 yards back when she got the, and 43 S" in the triple jump. it was opened up to 15. Mite a.m I) Cen w.... .....11. ..... OeSue '
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baton,. Sapp gradually reeled them Saturday, Lori Sapp came back In \
44S .*... J)SH*4J"(Henry M.C.kh.wi MeieiMJenelM
In. the 1600 meter (the metric mile in-j N. Marion Wins..., Tyreee leaden. _. N/0.k/ ). r. '
The over-all BUS time was vitatlon championship and iron!( inS .4S H Oertr It) Tyreee tmtm U,n.I) fen Ire* :
would BHS,
It have taken all the
12:57.12, just 1.5 seconds off the :08.50. It 'was, also a come-from-,, I... ...... or"I'\".' -..(
relay carnival record. "We would, behind win. Sapp led through the' girls healthy to beat North Manon, >M It Hvr4to 2)) lM""r tmHti it.HIM I
,and two were out, and they lost by 10 It tern I) btwt Th..p.1,13.34. t .
have broken if it hadn't been for first half. Alexandra Cain from 62-52 to North Manon here II* re 0-uhi I) _NKMto M.'.. H..uy MtCutlw ,
Ramona being hurt." said Coach Naples moved 1 up for a 10 meter, points, .. II 44. I.m .-... MMtwe .
George Loper.The girls' time la also lead. With about 200 yards to go Sapp Tuesday afternoon March 29. (il o. .... |) c.. WMil. .....II....... 3)) kw.wp _
Arkeva Williams was out with ton- 0.14. I..... ...
a new BOS school record. started her kick. The two girls were sUitis. Ramona Tennant ,was out ....,,1)) OHO 4iM.I*(IU .rt NkMl,Ip.e.amlk. A
The same evening the boys step for step off the final curve, and with the ... T-1.5,4.. 5.e. --).
distrance medley also set a new sprinted stride-for-stride and Lon groin pullThe
school record by running 114614.: edged past King In the final few BHS boy runners lost 78-43 On the Mound .
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Kenny DeSue led with a 2:18.9: half, ,steps.Sapp's. Lori Sapp won the half, the mile, Upcoming... Debt Pre

Spencer Smith ran a 53.8 quarter, time la the best in the state, and two Results mile.Girl's 'thiS Saturday, April, BHS Is going I

Robert Thorpe ran 3:28.7 In the 1200 In all classifications. MM P...i 1)) Immt MHcMI: *.'. to the Orange Park Invitational.The k"gt2dlligWins
meters, and Cam Ward anchored 'Without question, they all did ex- otMtw 1)) TWIT M.MlSr.. 21st annual Bradford/Burger'
with a S:04.5 mile run.,The team was ceptionally well," says Coach Loper. Hit Jen*!I') CkriMM Hem t."* King Invitation is set for Saturday,.
10th of 18 schools in the race. The Tornadoes rose to the occasion le.f A"..pi 3)) KIM Hmmflm 14'Tripte *.,-. April "We're really excited and '
The girls 4 by 100 relay (Kim and ran the best they possibly could. -. J..p. 1)) Him.. ll...fl- ITS", MW ...s really happy the local Burger King Continuing to playconsistent golf, BHS, avenged two losses at the

Hampton, Nicole Wanton, Terri Kit The obviously 114*** IhM..t 1)) Nkeb Wentott>..14.IM ,corporation, managed by Phillip Bradford High beat Orange Park by hands of SA. Link Bishop led with his
tles,Arkeva Williams) ran their best was the girls distance medley X.HHI 1) Kim N..yh0 l II MMe Gallo, is the sponsor of the meet/' 13 strokes 162-175 ,and handed par-36. Mark Murray shot 3-over-par
time of the year, 52.9. They placed coming so close to the meet record. liM I) &. ... .
44* *. 1)) ONO a.f l (CMMM Henetf.T tv 7th in their heat. The boys broke the BHS ,school ,**. Rim Mempten. TeeH KWtott). least 15 schools are anticipated season by three strokes, 157-160, this GUlenwaters 42.Upcoming. ,
The boys 4 by 100 team of Spencer record by over two minutes. 4M H Dedli 'I) CArlMU Hm M.2I. for the meet. Admission will be S2 at past week.
Smith Malachi Jenkins, Tyrone Sapp was most impressive coming US It ..... 11..41) Mldnle WeMm U.47, the gate. Concessions available. The two wins, four in a row for ...

Sanders and Robert Nichols ran back Saturday. She ran the DMR SM M-r4 DMfcl tot 2))1)Imnt Uri.Seep"' ...IM M.*34.1w .' Plans are to have the track shack BHS' put the Tornadoes at 7-4 to BHS golfers are idle over Spnng
46.79. and 8th in their t heat around 7'30: p.m... the half about 30 *MM (... 1)) lad tee II...., ready for the invitation. date. break.
Sophomore David Elder led BHS Next match is April 12 in Live Oak.

. Fine Defensive JV'Softball Team Win against Orange Park with a one- April 14 BHS hosts Palatka for a 3:30
Play Helps at Orange ParkSecond over-par' 37. Link Bishop led BHS 'p.m. match. April 19 BHS hosts Mid-

against 'St.Augustme. shooting ''a, dleburg. ,April 20 BHS goes to
baseman Felicia Aaron Woods were 4-for-5. Amy Fletcher 'Leading BHS hitter was Dana Nor over Sprng'break. par-36. Buchholz in Gamesville. April 21

',threw two runners out at home and J-for-3, Felicia Aaron 3-for-5, Tract ,man's 2-for-3 with a double: Ronda Next game is 6 p.m, April ll'at, Against Orange Park, which there is a tri-match on the Starke

catcher Tangela Hankerson threw' ,, Singles 2for2. Newberry had, Bryant was the winning.pitcher. Gainesville High. April 12 the girls earlier beat BHS 168-186, Cider led Golf and County Club course with
,another out at third base to preserve'' previously beaten BHS 7-9 are home aganst North Marion;, 'the Tornadoes with a 37. Link Bishop BHS, Keystone High, and Clay High,
a 4-2 win over Orange Park High in a Good defense lifted BHS 6-4 by, Upcoming.,, game time 6:30 p.m.. April 14 BHS shot 40, Bill Hamilton 42, Todd The District Tournament is set

road game Monday March 28, for" Keystone High: over there March,24. The. JV girl: softballers are idle .f.r.t. 4nru:. Fe for. _a 630.p.m. game Gillenwaters 43. April 28 at Flagler Palm Coast.

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'3-for-3, Felicia Aaron 3-for-4,' and "' ,' correctable. yeaow coded 't t. *;
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Christina Bath and Stephanie i1 1 Sticka, to almost. any surface and comes unstuck without.
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tin11DM.03 Rag 35 38 NOW 4w Anew sheets with ruled ,lines hx greater leglbttny.
past week. Saturday BHS lost 9-4 at .
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F Series w/ManualTransmission. 8.5APRand NO MONEYDOWN:4: : :

Aerostar Wagons>_ >, 8,5%. APR anBnMo.RR: _____; : 'J1 ,

Taurus CAIIUM( ) > 8.5. % APR and NO 'MONEYtDjOu, .,.... ,!I, ,
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THIS SALE IS FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY APRIL' 6,7,8' & 9

Terwillegar Motors Also Has The,Areas,, Best Selection of ,Used Trucks!

'1985'Chevy C-700 '1986 F f.1504x4j302Ja, ,auto, 1987 F'150 4x4,4 spd. 1987 Bronco ,XLT, speed 1985 F-150,tilt, ;euto.;
24' Flatbed,,,5 spd/2 ,overdrive,AC,stereo,10x50 AC, a xJ fuel tank,,toolboxAMFMwcassette ,auto,V-8, power, windows,tutone paint,
'SIPdt rear:axle,AC, RWL tires w/chrome/ wheels / / windows:speed, tilt, style steel wheels,bed-,
nc wmchOnly, chairs AC.chromebumper)
captains .,
Priced At
I only extra sharp truck.
miles Priced '
23,000 right at.only 13495.; 19,500, es.Oo Y 9995'$11,495. Extra Clean$16,295 Only$8995.: t

1986 Mazda Cab Plus, .1982DatsunKingcab4x4,4 1982 MOO, 3 spd... 198S'Jeep Scrambler, 1986 Dodge Caravan

5s spd,AC,stereo. 4 spd.,AC,stereo, tutone paint,white 4 spd bucket seats, 5 passenger,AC,
tires white spoke 33,400 m lies; Only : 1
bedliner,white spoke bed coverclean, little spokewheels..Great.RWL .
> wheels.Only$$6495.. !truck<.Only Y$5495, ride'for only$$3995. wheels,Only..$$6995 $$7495

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FORDTerwillegar
473-FORD TRUCKSATTENTION
; 388-FORD Keystone gtI. I'll
Starke Gainesville Jacksonville' State Road 21 \ 'III. '
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AUTO BUYERS ATTENTION AUTO BUYERS

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THURSDAY March 31,1988! miG"Ji'ait.f1

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:'," With Sunshine' Industries as it's ,First Client, the Future of the Bradford Industrial Park Looks Bright '


by Mark FriedlinBCT search for new industry'' for Brad- Trie future belongs to those who
Staff Writer ford County. The first phase of the take risk" Rep:;, Grant told the
The day was as bright as the promise Industry search 18 complete Next Is crowd of some 100 persons gathered
in the air'" of future jobs and visits to industries interested, In under a bright sun. "1 can sense that,
development Friday March 25, in moving to North Florida spirit here in Bradford County, and
groundbreaking ceremonies for the this and other projects in Just three'' this project is a perfect example." ._
new Enterprise Park in Bradford years of existence and has taken an
F t County. ,active role in promoting local Park
The 52-acre site chosen for the new economic concerns' ,during that see...,
i park is a parcel of ,land formerly period. Pep 138I
r owned by the late Maurice Edwards
and purchased by the Bradford I I
County Development Authority for

some $134,000. A $77,240 grant from '. ,,,'.. '' ,
the Florida1 Departmen ,to Com- ," I. "", : '
merce has been received to pave the ,,:, : .
road Into the park and make
'.. substantial improvements to the en-
,' trance to SR-100.
I, I U.S. Rep. Bill!Grant was on handto 'il' '
turn over the ground for the first
time with a golden shovel and he was
\ greeted by many local dignitaries:,
'" including( I Economic Development
;' Corporation President J.E. Tomlm- :
son. The Corporation (EDC) is an
arm' of the Bradlord' Chamber of

Commerce. <
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The EDC corporation Has raised
," ',. over$300,000 for to fund a three-year
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E-Z WHEELS

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11.\; :\" .":'., ,I, 1320 N. Temple Ave. Starke Get In with
i\'j'f';? : -- ---.. Shape .
IN, j,i'''e't?: 1 Working Toward, More Productive Citizens...., 964-7783

lf (r# p/'i:' U.S. Rep. Bill Grant hoists a ceremonial shovel of Solons attending the groundbreaking were (l-r):, Buy Here Pay Here BODY IMAGE
> !//i;"! t;i dirt In the groundbreaking of the new Enterprise Park ARC President Med Connelly County Commissioner '. We Finance INC.
!w.
:\\'f1;sry'\! N', : on SR-100. Rep. Grant congratulated local leaders for Maxie Carter Jr.,' State' Rep. George Crady Rep.
'I', taking the risk of developing the industrial park. "One Grant with 'shovel: EDC President J.E. Tomhnson.
", .:' of the most laudable things our society does Is give peoMayor Travis Woods and contractor .Jerry'Ely,who, ,'.81, Phoenix. 2dtv V6. ; HWY 21 NORTH
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C''" """{- '." pie a chance to become more productive citizenswill. build the ARC'S, new building ,Extra Nice!. KEYSTONE ,HEIGHTS,FL
Grant said.
: Rep.>
,
$495.Down'E-Z Payments'
"Low Impact' '
) Classes Inkeystone

76 Subaru4spd: '. AdvancedAerobics !
.' New Classes : ?, ,
(, runs/looks new. 38,000 true .' for'Seniors ,

;" '' Set at Vo-tech ', lj ten a S'',$fie ar. :' es1jJn $295:.Down'miles E-Z!Payments' ,. 'Rubber' Ban ,'&' Tubing '-'&

',:-: :;,I>'", The following classes will be offered '
''Workout
'EASTER 79 Corrola
", /,'IY,', ,;, I, at the Bradford'. Vo-Tech' SPECIAL. Toyota StarkeAbdominal
"{" ':'(:: .Center, Station, Wagon,auto, air' -, ,Workout'We
i'. I, ,' Beginning flower arranging Christine &..Tim '"$495: Down' E-Z Payments
iftr i:>>: ; I;,, April 19 May 31, Tuesday. classes, '
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} \(: ?; '7-10 p.m. Fee: $18. 2i have a for'averyone
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\$\}!>$$/ ,;M';? :;;;,, 'Beginning cake decorating: April "77 Ford T/Bird-'snow,white program

i ft j fffi:i;):\:\: ti :. 'classes.12 to May Fee:10$15., 7-10 p.m, Tuesday : $$30. PERM reg. $$40., t w/green trim. 473-3324 '47337844734106

.I Volunteer-Fire Fighters: To be(, $495:'Down E-Z payments'
announced. Phone the Vo-'rech (

i, "' "':\\\,1. y4' ,", '. -"...BBt.-Center.*.'..964-6800" -to' -be-%placed- -j.; .. 'on a. $$19.95. FROSTINGreg'S2f$ :

', ."' Child 'care, certification '((20
,;:'\ !c't t,,::;'.;,' hours): April 11 start Monday and IBRYAN'S SPRING VALUES
t\\:9th'(1/r;' \:;..;': ;(? Thursday classes, 7-10 p.m.Fee: $5 964-4151
manual. ,
t
1 : :" '} / .plus
! t{"; \) f:: ,,' CPR: April 18 and April 20, Mon ,

,1\I'(',,'.:.,,;ti'N,,, ''''',';"\,\:'\,''',', $2.day and.. Wednesday, HOp.m. fee: '' ,' : ICE ''t Close Out On All,
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I, First Aid:,!'Monday and Wednesday S. Thompson St. ; ? 1987 Models

':, classes April 25 to May. 4, 1-10 in Merle Norman Bldg.
p.m. Fee: $3 plus manual.
Please go by the school, register, 'yt'e fife to yep IOU loonggood/ x Hardware
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and pay fees.Local j'r.
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. / : Postmaster arden Cente: '
h" II
" MI ''l'rl _
rl ?; ; : Says Don't Wait StarkeUS Save

\', j-'j II n'.( ; The cost of mailing a First-Class _. 301 South Up To'' -
"I (: 1' letter will rise to 25 cents beginning
tJr,{, ::( '! : ', by ttiwy*> Go> Appl. 350.00 -
.11",111? <,11 l');;ys Sunday April .3, but Kaiford .
I } G, P. Shadd urges +
!" /iril ;,, .' postmaster
{i } lf., ; customers not to wait new last all tires Made in the,Good .t Keystone Hgts. -
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:I3f5y j 'c *\*,:( +: minute to make ,their stampfr'ijliW 'Ole US of A by MHIM Jup .mark l 4/O-tlUUO a1i P
(\, \,, purchases.
'"sr'i/'I;,':'''.;,':; "We have an ample supply of the Front End Melrose :
k t.:';!'\4',w;,<;- : new "E" stamps available for sale' ,995Alignment by Willtarmoni Gra. I 1 / """'"
N\:')' at our post office or by route carriers ,
.; '':'(':\ VIP Service
'' ," Shadd saId."fhe stamp has tires Sale Sat. April 2 ,
t)" i;I'I' 1'/ of prices good through .1IIiI iiI
" \ \ value of 25 cents the new '
'{ }' ;'\\'j\\I\\' a postage Includes t caster camber& toe in to mfrs. specs & Delivery ,
Closed Easter Sundav
!!fj@/II"iWi'; /; '+ first class rate, and will remain on
For most '
suspension& steering system.
' \ until receive new stamps Inspect
sale we '
{ '
ill : )a'i ',
ry vehlc' f
Front wheel drive and chevette
m rl ;:;i I',', ; carrying the new 25 cents rate. We american cars. '
,y" {' 'also' have a good supply of one, two extra. Parts xiia.
,1.'"" and three cent stamps that can be '
'."' stocks of 22 cent : :
with
a tW' used existing FroRear ;

,)S,& '>'It ,(?\i'," rate stamps. to meet the new first class .BRAKE ,2S9 494 L+

;W.\f1#,"i'\r\\'} \: M sj':Shadd emphasized that the service 4995 POTTED
4 ?1r 4"E"'; : : stamps are for use within the '
: l tnm arrtttni '
I' a a..1.s.
\ : "'' ', United States only. Their>use- is *iM* pads et* .r.....,MM a Mural. :-.-.... AZALEAS
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1!ty1/tey;;: ''( prohibited on' International mail -MI../......c..n a tract*.......,.".u.
''N\i";h" ,?/.I"" ,:y;,: which must, carry, denominated ....-...-. iFERTILIZER MARIGOLDS? Arbr.tw.N.b

\ ) ,';" I "" postage" NO HIDDEN COSTS ON OUR BRAKE SPECIAU tn..er fof pt.nllnga-from._rt..', ,,, j"tlwa.xs usn
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r Mit\\; \h<);; The new first class rate and increases Add thai touch to L1
j'F Htra any' AC 001 tON ACI P S Wthose
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: for :r..n: : .
Vt, 1:4 I}'! +"'.;: for other classes of mail RADIAL'XLo'MULTIMILE'POLY, GLASS Mulli-purpoo* application. .Great' .
i ,tii'k were approved, March 22 by thew.t.InI1ti early spring cardans.MPKEH'S
1 BELTED
} i' ;, Governors of the U. S. Postal Ser _
j: 'k, 1 ,f,\\ vice.' It Is the first rate increase in '
;1 \+ li''s\\ ;I more than three years.. P155-80R13 ,$34.00 $28.00
, i r ; \s4fih,, The increase for first class mail:' ;:" '
$38.00
: .i
i.I ( represents a 13.6 percent rise while 175-80R13' $30.00 !.t' '
i j'IjF\ijr( {\ the cost ,of second-class ,mail $41.00 599 99 l I
s q;!t'''i', P195-75R14 $34.00 ,
) will rise. 1 I 99
'J 1\1.1'\ ," (magazines newspapers "j'mJ ,'i I
,j :'. 18.1 percent bulk regular third-class, P205-75R14 $43.00 36.00' tJ
;t 41{'t\R r\j iirl'1' :, mail will go up 24.9 percent and $47.00 '$38.00" I I'.;..... iECONOMY .I.Ik.

} ,:l i} '':.., parcel post,will increase 14.8 per- P215-75R15 5 ..raw..., AO
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:1 J.\'n\; ,cent., P235-75R15 $49.00- $41.00, : ," POTTED ,,1, I'- -
i l Y4.Mvl'!1' Not'all the rates went up.Accor: LAWN FOOD GERANIUMS CYPRESS MULCH
!I' !.J< ;(, ding to Mrs.'Shadd the TRUCK TIRES GRAN PRIX RVS"MOUNTED AND +tr.k>DuHd IWek,OTMO town*., .... ... .
Mail 1'' to "i swAtutrttrlt.dl.t Add t nur rvMMIon to tlos and allow
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?,,1'us' Express letter 31X10.5015LT31X11.5015LT $66.00 nMuM-contain Iron I tor Mr ..
sending an .
cost for -- -.oy. >My Can b ud
\ < j: to bralha *oaooraUon -
f.'tt'r,(;,((' }!*}\,C}} ,.'J will be 8.7S for up to eight $71.00 BALANCED AT NO 8,000 gr**nlng..).pomr.a. 'Sal*ony. turf,Cevr a4:::::::: around nowr.gardn.and.patio.
l'i't'\ '" ounces. Previously it cost 110.75:>> tot EXTRA CHARGE
!!
,\\1't! l? 0 send up to two pounds via Express'' 33X12.50-15 $81.00 .NI9..1.

\\r',iyrIIYfr r \1 fiyY\;';,\),r 4 f'!;(" Mall.pounds From) will eight cost$to 12.32.fills ounces will(be two a [WINTERIZE 'Your car. ,. $19.95 lisa YOU"ncHTi'Y.c ..;......,.-...-!,..""
', to those who use Express1,1IitJ"
'J'Vi': big help
:
;: ) .L""" Mail for light-weightletters., she' .t ,
N''to'N/\' \'I'' said.' CORBETT'STire Coke a '288

:ft\1\\1')1'I'I"J"\"" ",.".,,'" : 'The t1. S. Postal Service rapidly delivery since 12 Ot Cons io"rsri=
;ffl, )(, \\ "; network has expanded "
( number of Lost Week1.45-
1985 to reach a growing GARDEN HOI
v. '" & ServiceU.S. .. ..... .
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I jii ,', businesses and households created t.+ ,-- -- -...-.-. a .tsw6k.
II' 'i in the strong ecomomy. Rationally ;
,:, : the service is delivering to some, OW RAKE
1 rf.I' addresses, 301 (Temple) POLY LEAF RAKE t 14 .
vJ;; seven million more '
;1:0: : =
0'f,:, which has required putting 12.,000f.i' 2'.89 22 Una. LrghtwalglM oonatruellon.Plaatta
I letter carriers on toe job each 12pk. haad. Buy now tor thoaaaarty -
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I Bradford Hospital's Parent Organization Has Plan To Increase Client Use


by Buster Rahn Richard Velasquez, internist ,hospital, says Rearlck.' Interest on the 'approximate $7'' least minimize losses.Rearlck Emergency Service for Bradford
BCT Staff Writer Melrose. 'Through its. association with million cost to build the new facility) says. "As long as we feel County, to discuss transportation of
Bradford HoepiUl ht no unique Elizabeth Velasquez internist, SFHCS, Bradford Hospital able to staggering,plus.,000 per month there Is a potential to provide service -' patients, and Hospital Administrator -
problems, lays Hospital Ad. Melrose obtain trained staff workers? with' depreciation on equipment Utilities, and a chance to make our Rearlck to discuss admissions -
miruatrator Tim RearicK, but suf- Hose Jiminey,surgeon, Macclen- many of the nurses having served in. a small cost in comparison, run ,operation successful,we'll stay:' to the local hospital and
fen to some extent problems com- 'ny, Alachua General, Rearick said. $15,000 per month, plus salaries of conditions under which patients maybe
mon to aU rural hospitals throughout Bradford Hospital working with The legislature is being asked to $1.3 million, per year. Coming... transferred to a large facility,
Florida, and the nation. SFHCS to educate the legislature become more involved in the educa- The hospital has 14"swing beds" Next week The Telegraph l will ask either by emergency vehicle or
Santa Fe Health Care System concerning the needs .of small tion of health care people, encouraging which are available for patients re Cliff ..Chapman, ,director of helicopter..
(SFHCS), parent organization of hospitals,. requesting exemptionfrom more young people to enter the similar to that offeredby -------- II
Bradford Hospitalwas and is awareof certain governmental controls field of nursing and health care. nursing homes, limited( to two ,
problems encountered in 'which have no affect on the deliveryof When asked the per day cost of weeks stay. Utilization of these beds t }PHYSICAL THERAPY
I operating a hospital facility in rural medical services. staying in the hospital, Rearick saida may increase occupancy rates and, "
settings, yet has and Is making An example of exemptions'being patient will be billed approximately provide some additional revenue. JERRY FISHER. 'P.T.:
substantial Investments in Brad- sought are certain financial reports 1660; for a one day's stay, but that The local hospital seeking other I
ford, Suwanneo, and Levy counties, that require man pd0oer, and yet amount probably doesn't cover the means for increasing revenues, in BY APPOINTMENT '964-6000
underwriting new hospital buildings contribute little or nothing to the actual cost. an attempt to "break-even at
and operating funds. SFHCS has
also taken control of Lake Shore
Hospital in Lake City, a more urban .
setting. that the three smaller
facilities.
SFHCS executives realize they
cannot subsidize the smaller
hospitals forever,even with Alachua We designed this Supermarket with .
General Hospital as flagship of the you In mind. One Stop Shopping
organization. It is their intention to quality you can trust and Unbeatable .
increase the number of patients by everyday low prices to give you the ONE STOP SHOPPING WITH

making the facility attractive and Lowest: Total rood bill possible. .
offering medical services equal to 1* .

urban hospitals, with some exceptions _
requiring ''super-expensive
equipment ,and complicated treat- .
ment. .MAs
Bradford'' Hospital is moving M

toward reaching the goal of an at- I ,,'
tractive facility, well equipped with
medical facilities and trained staff, : w4wz-DL2;

NOW Available...' STORE HOURS

Bradford Hospital is now able.to
offer mobile mammography, to MONDAY SATURDAY TM
preclude women from having to go : '
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out vice.of town for this important ser, 8 A.M. .-, 10 ,,P.M. a

Special x-ray equipment is
brought to Starke three days, every .
other week, allowing the cost to be ,\ll CLOSED
shared with other hospitals in the
group.Bradford. uv EASTER SUNDAY '
Hospital will begin offer I.4 'IOTTErnY 'PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING 'WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
: '" TICKET
ing Computerized Tomography STARKE
(CD),in layman's terms,a combina ..ATMmONOOMUXXC iToncf aN WALNU1S" ._IOLYAI.IOPINO pM1fIF-pLl'_ .NW
tion of a computer with an x-ray, in .', -orneut,ncxtr OUTLET
which pictures.are made in thin -.--- "
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slices, allowing the physician to ;= PRICES GOOD THURS.-WED., _
literally look Into a body, at various .
depths. This machine is also mobile, MARCH 31 APRIL 6, 1988
shared with other hospitals, .On. a
. . .
weekly basis.Bradford MAKE IT A SPEaAL EASTER
Hospital has medical I (it) WITH FRESH FLOWERS FROM THE, WE WANT TO CASH FROZEN : Iff1I. I p' .{I :
specialists assigned on a regular
YOUR CHECKS!
basis.A cardiologist visits here each ; 1 ,FLORAL 'SHOP YOGURT
,week to consult with patients requiring ALL'THAT' IS REQUIRED IS A VALID'. MOVIES.'The
:l:. his expertise in the field of care 'EASTER EASTER '
FLORIDA DRIVER'S LICENSE
,',. taste of
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diology. lathe
i A urologist and a podiatrist visit ;, un ".s la lVM"SIMPLE Ice cream with .. .

the local hospital bi-weekly. Anyone $ 9 healthy.
needing the services of a specialistin "la'$4 $399 AND QUICK" difference.
these fields should contact Bradford la Imagine having the rich
j WINN-OM' ;CASHIERS WILL APPMOVf t CASH CHECKS WITH A ._bOaeDdtuft/at '
VIDEO
Hospital.' VIU.IO FLOMCA OR OEOROIA DRIVER LICENSE FOR,, premium Ice cream with Vifewer
.
SFHCS makes specialists EASTER CIYRIRIUNuES (. PERSONAL CHECKS POP THE!.AMOUNT OF PURCHASE eaJortea.Tnat'a exactly
available to management, in several NOCMABOEI what you get with dellcloua RENTAL
felds' ,- including accounting, PERSONAL CHECKS FOR THE! AMOUNT OF PURCHASE Colombo Proaea Ybgurt.
and other $' RiR99ucs PLUS 11000 NO CHARGE! ,OVER 100
management, marketing $ Self Serve Machinetooted
areas that small hospitals cannot afford 579 WE WILL CASH FOTROLL CHECKS AND CHECKS FOR mar NEW MOVIES

on their own. The administrative iLal CASH ONL.'POIIAnc.._--..-.. Cheese Shop TO SELECT FROM
operation of a hospitalhas
become increasingly complex in
recent years complying with

efficiently government to controls cut burgeoning and operating;costa.a ,. .. ltOh ; FrOI
Ofer 10.000
; The affiliation provides the' local Everj'd j li .., "U vivUt ",
'hospital 'with access to medical
specialists, here-to-fore not
available in rural areas.SFHCS has

Joined with,the Henry Ford Hospitalin ..
.._.ABC ELEC.PERK c
Detroit,' Michigan,' to offer'.neurosurgIcal I
ASTIR LESHEUR y(
.
assistance in'trauma setttLtLw Homy rLNlm re
cases. A neurosurgeon'is stationed VIRGINIA BAUD .1. CIFFEE PEAS
in Gainesville as result of this liason I
with Henry Ford Hospital.
Rearick forsees the time when L. $299
x-rays will be transmitted via lA 57 <
satellite, enabling them to be read 488ur$179 I7 s1 4'
by radiologists in distant hospitals "k SIZE '
thus speeding up treatment. twO tApnwa..L'IAa11 LLM._
Bradford Hospital now 'offers r 'SOUTHERN A
emergency roomER) services .
around the clock,seven days a week, FRIED CHICKEN WISE Bl'YS
,
with full time staff on hand. '. NALMN Y NM mANe r PURE WTA&II.STlR

The survey conducted by SFHCS I PC $311 ?' WISHBONE DRESSING ::' 89 .
found that only 56 percent of sat # ,
Florida's 30 rural hospitals have a b,. OIL 1,
full time staff in their emergency cAu.MOOR i. is t:,. TIBYJJAT3 .. "U'171 )"


.rooms.Bradford Hospital' ,is In the ASTER.tar of-.. .......CAKES E tar o?MUTOM,.r....OP. mna S .a APPLU't_ $449 JIM BANDY, .. -::'11' 41-R''$16',9]
.forefront of a recruitment drive to ooml too tNNrA tNNlaAKED cuacaar OOP.m.....OLOCOLWtIREMOS
attract two additional doctors to the, ITL'
community Rearick says. HAM DINNER .119'1 .. . : Sri.79
Seven doctors are now on the staff M 10 e IS I/R-Wr1aNT-.-r.....p COIPPIMAA OIMr.11
liLaa.op OMuraiuv%noon Loa oawaii naua
but only three have offices in Starke. ,
The. three local doctors are:,. TURKEY DINNER '. .=19" DCMOMCM.WH.Tfr. Dttcopunon
Carlos Hernandez,'general fami -- DEEP SOUTH VIVA

ly Pete practice.Gianas., 'general' family APPLE PIE 'P .. 'SI, e.. a e :;:', $3"BUTTER > .MAYONNAISE ,T8WELS
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practice. i ; V.
.George Restea internist.. I-INICA M
Other doctors using Bradford CROSSIANT 'w $1" + MIIIINILtorr <
Hospital and providing\ back-up ser' 97 JUMU 67 ,

,vices. ROLL,
Georgetta. Latcu internist, : ,
.
,.Keystone Heights.Fellowship _
Fish for Compliments in the .
routs -touts..Nei/e'LaM..-

Baptist FISHERMAN'S WHARF PANCAKE ,SYRUP a' 99' R-QUE SAUCES =' 79''
To Present "Go"All ,. '. BAR ., ,
itmm tuyp.PMU..MI.wmt mtmmatm m *

Join the area youth' churches and music are ministries invited to, WHOLE De-r1'oa MLAr CATFISNoRM AAYa SPAGHETTI SAUCES: :;:. 99'SALAD SALAD OLIVES ;'. '.. .' a '=, $.14'OIOrOm.05a

of Fellowship Church as IV W RWOOTW
they welcome the Baptist dramatic presen- : DRESSING .- '99 PEANUT BUTTER $14'
tation"Go". lA 259 ''. ''. = ,_ ,. '. '.' := '
'Go*': is Christian D SOWN
a
musical/drama which was written '- tHlae RLAtt A..wZ MUSTAII 69' STRAWBERRY PRESERVES E.$1 9SCIIHIAIMN
(and performed) by a 60 member ,CATFISH FILLETS S 'S''. .' e a ., := ; .

troope representing Spring Hill
Baptist Church of Fernandma
Beach. This 'musical will be $319 a
La 05FE.SL=- =M'T:
,presented Saturday, April 9, at 7 :THRIFTY MAID L ,.
.
p.m. in the church. sanctuary. .rrawrWIITE PEPSI
Refreshments will be served' after ( SWHIIP CATSUP CIU.iVtI09
,
the performance. -
Fellowship Baptist Church is L YJ.A -
$419 &
located between Raiford and Lake

Butler on SR121. For more. information r i,32 tsac 79f
contact' Revj Robert -- i
Register at 431-1066 or 431-1421 or FILLETS
you may contact Dan Williams at '
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Clay County Supervisor of Elec- LnSTERS 5W6NELAI a ROLLS

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Agricultural Fair at the following I If. ... 2 99.t'
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Cleopatra'sUpholstery : :: I News UrielsMan


ArrestedOn recovered: KWH was additionally sion of burglary tools, burglary of veyence and petit theft of two
& Auto Turn Shop304'E charged,on two capias with failure to conveyance, aggravated assault: vehicles with an additional. 11,000
Drug ChargesA appear I for driving while license burglary of conveyence, attempted bond.
suspended. Total bond has been set and burglary,according to
Call St. I. 964-7014 burglary
Starke 25-year-old man faces several
at 1,500, he remains in custody Investigator David :Aderholt and, Starke Woman
drug charges after he was -
apprehended
Owned,& Operated by Donna Beinert March 27. Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Charged In TheftA
into his vehicle and
Jeff Ruise of Covlngton Lane in Santa Fe Boat Dykes jumped
Ramp attempted to run the deputies down Starke woman has been charged
'
'Where Quality Counts" Starke was.charged with possessionof Thief Suspect NappedAn instead of being arrested. He was in the theft of merchandise from the
cocaine, possession of cannabis, apprehended however and chargedwith Office Shop and Kenwtn's in
FREE ,Estimates o ,FREE Delivery possession, of drug paraphernalia, arrest has been made in the the assault.there were no inJuries downtown Starke.
resisting arrest without violence,according -' burglary of vehicles at the Santa Fe According to Lt. John Hodges, an
.,," Now Presenting to Patrolman Michael Mc- ,Boat Ramp. During the past three months approximately Investigation led to Evonne McOuffy
Claln. A lengthy surveillence proved 20 vehicles have been being charged with taking at least
SOIL SHIELD PLUS Protection Starke police received: a 'tip' that fruitful last Friday afternoon when burglarized of tools, purses and one small machine from the Office
Teflon Fabric Ruise was coming into Starke,with deputies observed a 43-year-old ,other items, said Aderholt. Shop and several articles of clothing
w/DUPONT cocaine and they were -waiting for Gainesville man break into four Dykes remains in custody with' from Kenwin's during the past few
him. When stopped Ruise attemptedto vehicles at the boat ramp. bond set at $8,500. 0 weeks. McCuffy confessed to the
Lifetime Guarantee throw drugs and a pipe into the Johnny Carry Dykes was chargedat March 28 Dykes was additionally charges, said Hodges. A probable
,woods, which the patrolman 2:55: p.m. March: 25 with posses- charged with buralarv of cor cause warrant has been requested
for the misdemeanors and McDuffy
I has been ordered to stay away from
the stores or face a possible arrest
for trespass after warning, said
Hodges. '


UNBEATABLE EVERYDAY Stabbed Expected Inmate to RecoverA

LOW PRICES
long standing fued between two
inmates in Florida State Prison led
to a stabbing Saturday afternoon.At .
4:30 pm. March: 26 Juan
Caceres was flow to University
,.),, Hospital in Jacksonville after he was

Winn-Dixie Has 'Everything'' You ,Need For A ,'stabbed Supervisor four of times Emergency according Medical to

Services Cliff Chapman. His condi
tion is listed as fair and stable.
FESTIVE EASTER DINNER Charged In the incident and placedin
confinment was inmate Enricho
Diaz
BRAND REGULAR ((10 LBS. UP Caceres was stabDed once in the
If the EASTER BUNNY had"to buy groceries.WD ), chest and three times in the back/,

you can be sure he'd shop WINN-DIXIE. It's BROAD BREASTED + according to Investigator Wiley

the perfect place to stock up and save with ; Clark.
Man Arrested
Everyday low prices on everything you need TURKEY 48' After ChaseA

to make your Easter feast the best ever. ,

,, Happy, Easter from all ,your, friends at LB T 38-year-old was arrested Bradford,March County'man '25 ort'

WINN-DIXIE. several traffic charges after Starke
police chased his vehicle at speedsup
I" .. S.-S1 -- __ to 90 mph ,
,:/,,: '>',01'. Baking Nun '-. 11Fr..... Turktjri. .. 18Fresh Ducks 4. La M11 Game Hens *1" Lester Scott Dyess was arrested at
..'. ),"",;,t ;". his home and charged with driving
," .'1 under influence,' driving while
license suspended ,and lleeing-
attempting to elude police according
to Patrolman Michael McClam.
I An outstanding warrant from Lee''
U.S. CHOICE UNTRIMMED
County charging grand thett re-
(SLICED FREE) J
W-D BRAND SPECIAL TRIMMED/ quired the posting of a $5,000 surety
," WHOLE HARVEST FRESHASPARAGUS bond for his release.
; _? WHOLEHAMS .. Dyess also posted a $997 surety.
\ RIBETE fl1iff ; bond,for the Bradford charges

;.> /i Starke Police

Major Assistant Resigns, Starke, Police., t Chief

< 8' 8 William '"Scotty" Rhoden ;facing
-,,- 98 federal charges turned in a letter of
; Lo. resignation tillS weeK,. according to
LB.
Chief Jimmy Bowen. .
Rhoden,a Bradford County native''
... who has been with the
w.o w..o.a eros..o.r. .. '. police force
.'. DELMONIC6 STEAKS. 3" S U'ORTION HAMS t.$1M :ii iEif'i'ii SH SALADS '.. 48 since for 16 a years bnef,'has appearance been out in on,court bond

.. .. Feb. 17 in 'JacksonvIlle. A federal
-
grand indictment
jury charged him

ttl .iLL i.S. ( liUJ( JjL.F. ;; WE: SELL 01, Y AGED HARVEST FRESH with Rhoden,conspiracy requested" to distribute retirement cocaine


." .'" ',,1, PORK IS TRIMMED TO L\CH. [,'.S. CHOICE BEEFWOWIANOU. PRODUCE Department from the City effective of Starke March Polite, 31.

,', 1988. '
"" .\ I His trial is scheduled for April in
,: ', :: \ o.ewa wvea .*.CMOICI NATURAL 91. district court.
SLICEBB8L8GNA LAMB ,MUSHROOMS Chief Bowen has advertised the
Y position and u seeking applicationsfor
I '
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:,, >" ,' :,, 't $128| ; $28,8 !HARVEST! FRESH CELERY '.i 51. 'To Complaints Two Drug arrests were Arrests Led made in. Starke

::1\;,'\;,:",':"; ;' LB. IS. IDAHO POTATOES. = .1lg Monday North Bay during Street a ,surveillance of

'/ Following numerous complaints of
", marijuana being sold just a block off
we u&cMOSg wo ro.r.eou n.rro

:' ", ,RIBEYE ROAST. .' ,. 'La $317 BUTT PORTION HAMS: ,- $1 1 PRESTIGE 'deputies residence.Joe US-301 at set. 116 up N.a surveilance Bay!St., sheriff's of the

r.Mao ua pot..MP PECAN,
HMM.KNI tOW MLTEZ
i ," = I ICE CREAM Darnell DavIS' was'arrested''
,
..'r.; ". TENDERLOIN BUTTS La :4" CARVE HAMS '. $11' ,, March 28 for possession of sale and
.uaw SW.,, -- OWCOLOI ALMOND delivery of cannabis according to

SHOULDER! PICNIC.. a 97 BONELESS! HaMS ,.. u. $1", MNUA.CKMHMKUNor mtmtm HALF $28 Anderson Lt. Glen, Moore.29, of,'Lawtey Alfonza was Eugene arrested
wo.w.r0 ua CRIB Mr..owu.. o worm.a. K/KNU NASH x PEACH GAL, for possession of cannabis
.
after he purchased marijuana from
i,, \ ROAST '. . is $317 SHOULDER PICNICS. 98 Davis said Moore. '
,.. ,Bond was set at $5,000 on Davis
; '
:i ,:. and $1,000 on Anderson, they were
;, > FILL YOUR FREEZERPORK RttTEAO'ONCLf" 98 both released on their. ''own,

?':,:":", '"::: RIBLETS $950: PORK .WHIPPED........ TOPPING. ,.' .... recognizance. '
:
. : Recent Arrests
;; Finnslod
vIV.r\: } \ CHOPS PERCH FILLET$1"


l\,z';\:;' : PORK SPARERIBS :'=19"::, ITRIMCOTI f $ 2 9 7 ...ETPlzzi' .,, : : ,: : $1" by''In The local Bradford following authorities arrests County in were Bradford made'

County
BEEF PATTIESTuotlT 21 '
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;.1 ,,::, II x99
:: r.au.UHUMHCM m ORANGE JUICE., ,. ,._ Tony Smith, 20, :was arrested

WIN liS ,. '. . '=' $41' March license,restriction 24 for'.violation,according'of to driver Sgt.
''j .. OL_ I __,.. Eunice .

: ,',,:: .. BEEF PATTIES _,. = $411 "CANNED.... HAMS ., ., vs. $'" = CREAM Sammy Charles Paul Hill,'31, of Alachua
II" : .
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arrested March 24 for
County was
':'I"" :,: SLICED liCON'$1911 CANNED HAM ..". .', xa.... $171r.0i CHEESE failure to pay child support, accor
: : ,
__ ...... ding to Sgt. Eunice.

"k";,,'( ',";'';.., CORN DOGS . B $39' HORMEL HAM ., .,'. ,. L&" ,*' 3"MMWM $ 49 Monroe Carter, 43, was arrested
\"'\: ".": __0__... MUMV 'March 24 on a capes charging
"'\I; ." .',:, '...... trespass according to'Lt. John
: ., \. SMOKED SAUSAGE'. $5" TURKEY HAMS . Laf M"A 31ZE, Moore. Bond was set at$100, he was
N''..,'"1 released on his own recognizance:

\\f t J ::;!:..\,> A gracious addition Start-Your Set Today! Wayne Douglas Crawford was ar

Ill BaAR1AN.CRysTAI S YB R CREAM 99' rested March 24 for battery, according
....
\i"" \ to your home Save .; to Lt.JOhn Dempsey Bond was
:"" : 11 o'W eUndYGlaS$ set at$262.50.Gordon .
: .An Extraordinary Value
k
.
LONGH0RN !
6 oz. Wine Glass CHEESE, ::: lit ,
Wayne Baker.24, was arrested .
,r....r r n 12V4 oz, Beverage Tumbler .
:,<,"" '..I'1'. I ) ( 8 oz. Flute Champagne ,.. LIGHT MARGARINE .. >.a 99' ding to March Lt. Dempsey.24 for battery. accor

'. ''I" UI 13V oz. Double On The Rocks ___
,. only, each Edwin!: Cooper Haywood.'40, was
1' .;'" 0 18 oz. Cooler __ $ 11
pun.CITIIS PUNCH 1 arrested Marco 23 on''a capias
,
l\; "" 2 oz. Cordial wuh wry . -
., charging petit theft, trespass after
1",\ ""I' warning, failure to appear for petit

II.i1i'('"''.."' ,'I'. urauuM eP.Aauar M a.a .... _.... -........ theft, possession of drug paraphernalia
I. according to Deputy Eugene!:
'\\I\\:' (, STPM8T8R BHFFERIN ,..
\': : PEARL M8PSTMTHP8LISN nA ,II.III G FH Lee.,
{ p:y;-Ii\,!;\" 6ILJ5 TABLETS Traffic
iy'
IJol'e: ? ":\:,. cIIIJ1l Gene Brian Vtnzant, 39, was ar-
{;t; f r'\:1: $ ... rested March 24 for driving under Influence -
b:'" J59 < _H $388 according to Trooper D. C.

''i\1.if..\ ;..I. .Set SIZE : IOChLr" SIZE Roberts Bond was set at 1000.
,.t. '" ", u
''i;, Lee Andrew Baas, 36. was arrested ,
........ March S3 for expired driverlicense
according to PatroMan
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I Sunny Day, Sunny Crowd...

Record, Crowd ETATPIMP WOOD
Co-op's A'nnuaI'Meeting.Jlost s .
;
fjj Jl, b ALUWNUHCHAIN !
Unlike last year when the rains dent of the;Hoard: of Trustees Angus unopposed for District?. Ray Wingate of Keystone height ..
t came and the crowd was sparse dun Hastings called the meeting to Large lines formed waiting to'get was introduced as having served for -
ing the annual meeting of Clay Elec. order. Once the early morning por- a fried chicken lunch prepared and' 14 years on the board of trustees. /UNK
tree Cooperative, during thIS year's tion of the business ,meeting was Served by Clay Electric Employees. Special guest speaker was former 4.,. Screen Rooms
50th annual meeting the sun was out handled, the meeting was recessed Following the noon luncheon, the Governor Reuttin Askew. Askew, Car Ports
and so was the crowd It was and lines began forming at the business meeting reconvened with who now practices law in Orlando, .,Mobile Home
estimated that thousands,attendedthe voting polls as voters prepared to the Rev.Tom Gordon of St. William also served as 'a cabinet: member
meeting held at the vote for members of the Board of Catholic Church in Keystone Heights and the nation spokesman on inter, Skirting
in Keystone lights rustees. giving the invocation. national trade and investment policy } Roof-Overs
on Thursday,. March 24, where Stark veterinarian Robert rommy Mllllcan, Clay matters during President Jimmy .
former Governor Reubm AsKew ask Mullins beat out Brooder resident Cooperative general manager Introduced -- Carter's administration. Awnings
ed for support in his bid for electionto Blake Hamilton' for the District S guests.Some of the special Askew introduced his pretty,
the U.S.Senate. board of trustees seat. District;liS guests introduced Included State young granddaughter who held up a
By early morning vary)were lining made up of parts of Baker, Duval Rep! Chance Irvine Public Service sign asking people to vote for her SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED
up along SR 100 and people were and Bradford counties. 'Commissioner and former Clay grandfather. Askew has announced _
packing into the cooperative in antICipatIon Susan Reeves of Hawthorne was ,Cooperative employee, Tom Beard his candidacy for a seat in the U.S.
of the day's events, re-elected to District 3 unopposedand and Clay County Board of County Senate held by Lawton Chiles.Chiles :
The morning began When. Presl-,! Rep, Wayne Hollingsworth was Commission Chairman Pale Wilson. has announced he will retire.' In his 4737676Free

L___ u_ L Chairman Wilson read a resolution C()-
00 passed by the BCC congratulating See-. Op...
the cooperative on Its 90 years of ser
vice to Clay County, rag.. SBFormer
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Th large crowd on band at the Clay Electric Co-operative'Annul Meeting .
*.'wai In a annoy mood after treating themselves to free chicken dinner,plentyof Find out now whether careful,professional chiropractic,
high-spirited music and a perch by former Florida CoY Revbte Askew. Governor, Speaks... ''care can relieve your aches and pains.,
The big-top tent turned to be not quite big enough for this crowd: .which wu, Former Florida .,-Reobln Askew adne the overflowing crowd at Most Insurances accepted Call for appointment
estimated at over 5,000 for the day long affair.: ,i i.day Electric Co-operatW.Annual Meeting.<<
.. ,STARKE 'CLINIC .' 964-8018

'Skin Cancer ScreeningsAt '864 N.: TEMPLE AVE.((Across from Pizza Hut)
Bradford HospitalBradford 'HUSBANDS
Our oflic policy IIThepotlonland MY othn Anon rponfcteforpayrn nihMarghitOMfu( *topay.Mnal
Hospital in conjunctionwith payment or b.nMounmd for payment any other MtviM: *..__or trMtmonl wtifch to porformd M a
Alachua General Hospital's '_Roland within 72 hour of mpondtng to the dVwtiMnwnl for the f tro Mrvioa.auvnirwlion or trwrtrmnL
'Cancer I and Oncology ,Program,, If your wife works-give her
recently, offered free, skin cancer:
screenings to the public.The screen- 'a break' call :
,ings were held at the hospital.
During the four-hour screening
period,29 people were examined and 1988 FLEETWOOD3BR
of those, 17 were recommended fort 1( & g( Cleaning
,follow-up care .. ,, 2BAJDotiblewide
"r h
I Dr. Charles Stoer performed the. ,

f. ."matologist free skin screenings/In private Stoer practice Is.derst ilk) 1iiI' ,,, :' w :,:,, Sicrtiicie; ; .,: : '.t s>: "-

Alachua Gainesville General and Hospital's a,member medical of '1 r14 g O

staff.A native of, New Orleans,Stoer' is a References Available A A 1 (I' Shingled roof wood tlSlag. plywood noon delivery and 4r<:-
1976 graduate of the University of I f gTl ,et-op.Fleetwood 1 jr. warranty and Extended Warranty
Tennessee and 1980 of
a graduate
Louisiana State University Medical factory Direct Means Wholesale I Prices only atl I
School.He served his internship and
residency at the University of Miamiin
dermatology and cutaneous

surgery.Stoer is an assistant clinical professor Days Nights Weekends Quality Homes
of medicine in dermatologic Offices & Residences .,
of Florida ,
surgery at the University
He is a member of the American '((904)) 752-8627
Academy of Dermatology, Alachua '
County. Medical Society, Florida 496-1316, ,or 9644908'r Hwy 41.H (Between:, *10 & US 90)) Lake City Florida ,,''f,
_1'-_Dermatology
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c.aSM ,,301 by Ac Hsrdwar 1 Mobile Home FinancingIncluding

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P 'pt, I Home Center"Inc.Invites .

You To Come See Our NEW,Spring, Inventory of HomesDoublewides

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Early Morning. Fire...

A neighbor awoke at 1 a.m.to Me the block ho M next door oo fire.
The kitchen area and carport of the unoccupied home located between
Keystone Height and Melrose south o(Keystone four mile on the right,
:," according to Sgt.Sammy Eanice,was completely engulfed flames.:The
cause of the fire la unknown at tola time. '
: iI1iJ KH Volunteer Fire Department responded to the fire,said Eunice.
. r ; The owner of the home Is William "Bill"Hughes from T mp.. '-' I r I i. ',



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eligibility for acceptance into one of Center if you plan to take the tests. SMITH, ELECTRIC co.
Dining Friday Nights the health related programs. For further information, At Starke Country Club 304 E. CALL STREET STARKE 964-4425

Gourmet dining your''thing Try
Friday night dining at the Starke See me qt
Golf and County Club. '
I SPECIALIZING IN:
Grilled to perfection for your en- ,
joyment is grilled salmon steak
breast of chicken and filet of beef iZ Motors New .Construction ResidentialCommercialElectrical
served with fresh, green salad
vegetable dujoir, freshly bakedbread new &used vehicles
and choice of baked
your
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mushrooms.,Dinner served! from 1
.-' until 10 p.m., range in pnce from' raaj4sUOn'

.$8.95,The to public$11.95.is invited to dine as'a g' Lighting Fixtures of ALL Kinds
guest of the board of directors at the I
'regular price. Please call 9645441'for ,24,
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Tests At SFCC SU-EL'S, RETIREMENT" HOME SERVICE; Owner'Smith

For Health ,ProgramsAny I
Security Lights Security Systems
student who plans to enter the CONGREGATED LIVZNG.FACILITYCERTIFIED
ACLFTADULT .
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Licensed Practical Nursing Program ;
or the Registered Nursing
Program at Santa Fe Community I NURSING ASST.. CPR
College should take the tests that '
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will be offered,at the SFCC Starke
I Center on Wenesday,April 6. FIRST AID TRAINED STAPF SOLVE YOUR HOUSEHOLDWATER
The tests will begin at 1 p.m.,ending .
about ttt p.m.These lestswtlf "
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Qualified, homeowners can receive up to ,$200 I
from Page 48
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Cash Rebate while improving water
brief speech Askew asked the those your
'attending the meeting for their sup
port in his bid tor that seat.
The Lewis Family, a well-known
gospel singing group crowd from CALL NOW for a professional
Nashville, entertained the
during the day.Displays were set up GROUP HOME FOR AMBULATORY' SENIOR
water consultation at
in one of the buildings, including a ADULTS REASONABLE RATES
display featuring an exhibit in
recognition of Clay Electric' 50th DAY CARE AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY 1-800-342-9084.
,Anniversary. Bradford Hospital, ,
TERMS
WEEK-LONG
Inc.,conducted a Health' Fair providing ALONG WITH Begin fo enjoy the benefits of clean water and save money!
24 HOUR SUPERVISION
pressure tests cholesterol including.and risk! blood fac' Hurry Offer ends May 15. 1988.,

tors.Under small tents the Theressa SUE L Volunteer Fire Department had a
booth selling homemade candy and Country, ,">Atmosphere With .A 1/ome'TypeSetling<:
snow-cones1 the Shrine Club sold ice Planned Activities'' .
cream and the Keystone Heights
,
Elementary School held a bake sale. 1 Mile South on St.Rd.
Door prizes were given away and PHONE .468-2619: 325-Hampton,FL
finally the big tent came down and
Clay Electric Cooperative began to
enter its second fifty years of ser-
vice.




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of STARKE, ,
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CLAY COUNTY FAIR MARCH'29 '. APRIL 3
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I Accidents 'Cause Power Shortages. in Two Areas: .

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Thursday' ltemoon (March 24) at failure to use due Care. feeder line into the county, according 'damage to the semi was listed'* Accounting; Service '
;a'
3:20: p.m. a truck pulling a bowie to Trooper Phillip Kraazew 1.. $60,000. Damage to the IBM Pontiac J.E.. 'MILLIGAN ,: ,
trailer collided WIth a power, pole at, Saturday morning In Lake Butler Driver of tbe tractor-trailer truck was listed a* $.aoo. Driver of the Bookkeeping & Income Tax Preparation 4 M .
the Intersection of US<-301 and Ed- a car-truck accident put half of ,was Alfred Looney,89,who was pinned -' car, David Underwood of Live Oak:, 1. .
wards Road In ,Starke. Florida' FP&L Union County customers out in the cab,was taken by Shand-' received only minor Injuries in the I Serving the area sine 1970 rodone.Downtown .
Power and Light customer were of power for over an hour! A Pttt-' sCair to Gainesville where his condition accident. 114 N. Walnut SL \ N.I to
without power for almost two hours. chett truck loaded with iimerock Is listed as stable. According to Looney was cited for careless Stark* gjgg ,
There were no injuries In the accident struck a car,overturned,and knocked a hospital spokesperson he was to be driving in the accident., ., ,
hut the" driver was cited for: down a power pole one of two discharged March 90.


. Big- Crowd Expected.' at Inspirational Easter ServiceWHITE LONGCHAMPHOMES 1 _

SPRINGS-An inspirational event:" li seating will be and MiZionTTolineM Church under read the scripture and the Rev.A.C. ,
program of music and devotional available; however worshippersare ,the direction of Herman Stewart, Bryant of the First United Methodist
will be a feature of the 21st an- urged to bring their own folding and soloists Johnny Bullard of the Church of White Spring will deliver
nual Easter Sunrise Service to be chairs. Baptist Church and Mae Frances the' Caster!: inspirational message.
held at the Stephen Foster State The 250-acre center on the banks Marshall of Mt.Zion Holiness, The Rev. Mitchell Corder of the
Folk Culture Center here Sunday,, of the famous Suwannee River will Church. Congregational hymns will White Springs Church of God will
April 3.Area. open at 6 a.m. to receive the audience be"He ATOM" and"He Lives." deliver the closing prayer. ARE YOU IN THE MARKET FOR
ministers soloists and attending the event. A con- The Rev. Richard McEuen of the
Choirs from White Springs and the cert of special Easter selections will First Presbyterian Church of White A closing carillon concert' will
surrounding area will participate in be played on the carillon preceding Springs will act as master of resume after the service A DREAM HOME?,
the springtime event which attracts'' the service which will begin at 6:40: ceremonies. Rev. Travis KlmbrU, The Stephen Foster State Folk
worshippers from all\ ,over ,Florida a.m. First Baptist Church of White Springs Culture Center I* located on US-41 Longchamp Homes of Starke has just completed a beautiful, '
,and South Georgia. local church :will be presented by will open with prayer. Rev. in White Springs,three mile east of
The White Springs Planning Com' choirs and soloists Including Wayne Church of the White Springs 1-15 via SR-136. Admission will be spacious and Unbelleveably custom--3BR model In'
mittee in cooperation with the the Combined Choirs from Congregational Holiness Church will free. conveniently located DEERWOOD Subdivision'on US 301
'Stephen Foster State Folk Culture Sweet Home... Beulah. ,..Bethel and S.
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March 28, 1984 *
Looker Williams both of Starke; two In Remembrance Miss Heather Anne Chase April 1986

., Mr. Heber Dell Looker; 80, died brothers, F.C. Jones of Georgetown; ,
and Jack Jones of two
Saturday night at his borne Jacksonville) .
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,". .: '. : parent M a result of a heart attack sisters, Edith Andrews and Essie J. Sweet little angel who'is resting Smile down upon us with the biggest ing to the Lord, but our precious .our little darling grandbaby.Rest .
Dean of Jacksonville
12 grandOhtM1 ..
: *.w< _..-;*..4j.M'Hn rt, 'peace, smile you have granddaughter we miss you as in peace angel. At long last
Mrs Looker wa born in Green-', Funeral service*, People say that time heals all pain f am thinking about you and miss much today as when you first left you are out of pain and the Lord
field, Ohio where be resided until were nem 'you dearly., has made you whole and well.
1 moving to Lake Butler four years 'Church Wednesday dod Mara 30 in Starke But I' still have an 'ache in my us.Every time we see a four year old You live in our hearts Heather,
of with Rev. Walter F
ago., He was a retired automobile heart for you.: Loving girl our hearts ache so for you. and you will be a part of our lives
Mona and Rev. of.
mechanic"' Interment John Spratlin Two years ago you left us to go to a Your+ Aunt Rosemary .chase When you.were with us for those forever, we will never forget the
Survivors Include his wife, Mable Lake ficiating. was in Crosby much bigger and better place.A two short years you gave us such a happiness you brought into our
Johnson Looker of Lake Butler;, Cemetery under the direction. place where there is no pain and 'c" pure unselfish love' and you lives for such a short time.. '
three daughters, Judy Snyder of of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.In suffering. Heather It bas been two years generated such an endless love in
lieu contributions'may
Lake Butler Gloria Dean of Ohio _of flowers, For this f am1'glad, but still sad, since you left us. I had hoped that our hearts. The love you gave us Your Grannie and Granddaddy
and Linda Weeks J of Seattle, Wash.; God be made Building to the Fund Starke, 422 Churchof N, St. because time would dull the pain of your RO- and our love for you will never die Bob and Rose McGulnn
two sons, Gene Looker of !m-, There IS an emptiness inside that
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mokalee and Roy Looker of Lake CI- no one else can fill except you., i,
ty; 16 grandchildren, and 7 great- Mrs. Ellen Gilliard lam grateful that God gave you to .
grandchildren us for 2 years 'w ? ,,
Memorial services were held Mon- Mrs.Ellen Irene Giiliard, M,of St. You taught me how unselfish andpure
day, Mar. 28 in Archer Funeral Augustine, died Tuesday Mar. 29 in a love can be 1 1R
Home Chapel. Cremation followed. Memorial Hospital of Jacksonville This Is the kind of love you gave to "
Archer Funeral''' Home of Lake, following an extended illness. others around you and to me. ': ,' ; .:, BAAPA j
Butler was in charge ,of ar? Born Nov. 13, 1921 in Theressa,' I will love you forever and you live! "' ;' .,. 4'V,. '"
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rangemenU. was a lifelong residentof within my heart. ,
Starke. She was a member of AirPark -' R1ffiT' (:>J. .' ,
,Mrs. Carrie WilliamsMrs. Baptist Church in Starke and >rsTA ,
worked for the.Holiday Inn for the Q .
Carrie Jones Williams,81, of past ten years.Survivors Easter "sIA
Starke died Monday, Mar, 28 in include her daughter, Sunday Buffet '
Bradford Hospital following a brief Betty Lester of St. Augustine;'oneslaterJ Card of Thanks V April 3, 1988@ l-2pm &59pm
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Daisy Fort of Hampton; two The family of the late Mrs. Ida B.
Born Jan. 12, 19a7 in Bacon County granddaughters, Susan Rlgdon and Griffin.would like to express the!!:. ALL YOU CARE TO EAT
Georgia Mrs Williams moved to Beverly Cleary both of Jacksonville $6.95 per adult Children 12
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Marke forty years ago'' from and one great-grandson,,Jody Craig sincere appreciation for the many ; 53.50 Children under 3 FREE
Baldwin. She was a minister's wife, Rigdon,Jr.Funeral expressions of love and kindness,for'' MENU '
homemaker and a member of the services will be held the cards, flowers, food visits and '
Starke Church of God. Thursday, Mar. 31 at 2 p.m. in telephone calls during the loss of our Soup & Salad Bar .Roast: Beef Au-Jus
Survivors include two daughters, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of Starke loved one. Sliced Baked Ham Southern
Mable Jean Martin of Jacksonvilleand with Rev. Leroy Olive officiating. Kathy L.Griffin Green Beans Fried Chicken
Sue Winkler of Starke; three Burial will be in Hope Cemetery in and family Whipped Potatoes
sons, Lemuel S. Williams, Jr. of Theressa under the direction of Belgian Carrots Broccoli w/Cheese
Miami, and James and Roger Jones Funeral Home of Starke, Homemade Dresssu & Gravy Sauce.

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Area Girl Scouts Great at Selling CookiesA ..... Coffee Hot Rolls, Hot w/Butter Tea Iced Tea'


Hampton ranked high in cookie Cathy Hepburn,' Troop 669, '235 special thank you to Jones-' ECO O LODGE 1101 N..Temple Ave 9647600RaavtiioM

..' ..' ," sales this year for Bradford' Union boxes; Malena Roberts, Troop 614, Langford White Poet 56 for the'loan' Suggated for parties of 5 or mom
,, ,: Girl Scouts. 235 boxes; April Scoggins,.Troop 31, of space for the cookies storage in w.
A Hampton Junior Girl'Scout, 228 boxes; Monica Nichols Troop BU, we appreciate the use of the
..: ''Tracey McCullough with 650 boxes, 60S 223 boxes; Christy Mm ton, building again this year. 0o
,., was the high cookie seller for BU.' Troop 520, 215 boxes; ,Nicole Gid- THANKS to cookie bookie Lola.
,..',, Tracey is from Troop 31. dens. Troop 605, 211 boxes and Rae Yawn, always a pleasure to
';, The second highest was a Starke Jackie Gartman, Lisa Howell and work with, who once again kept up
Junior Girl Scout with the last name Jessica Howell, all in Troop 614 straight in cookies sales. We e Q 00 O O p Oo
Hampton, Katrina Hampton who each sold 200 boxes.Thanks high generated 122,644 to be sent to coun- O00 0 OOO d O aov
sold 620 boxes of cookies. Katrina is cookie sellers, you will be treated at. cil with troops to receive bonuses D O 4 O
in Troop 605. McDonald's after spring break. late next month and troops keeping. e. b00 O OC ipp O0o O O p0 o0C440B
Third highest with 600 boxes was Congratulations to Cadette Troop 15 cents per box sold. 60'4 ppp oo ao o Oe o0 0$ oa06o O .00 sba.
Cadette 520 Sarah Looney., ,520 who sold 210 cases of cookies,the Thanks to every parent who o 000 40000 0000O ,:oo
Our congratulations to these and highest in the neighborhood. helped with the sale delivered .S
all other scouts in the nine troops' Junior Troop 605 sold 183 cases; .cookies counted money and met the s NLADY
who sold 1,020 cases or 12,240 boxes. Junior Troop 31 sold 165 cases; deadlines,we appreciate each one of
.of cookies in this neighborhood. Junior Troop 614 sold 159 cases and '
you.Also
Elaine Rhoden Troop 31 sold 401 Senior Troop 669 sold .143 cases,1GREAT. ) thanks to all those BU friends
boxes; Pam Patterson, Troop 520,' ,..., who bought and ate the cookies.
sold 400 boxes; Danielle Smith, .
Senior Troop 669, sold 350 boxes;' A
Sabrina Smith, Troop 669 sold 312
, boxes; Christina Broome Troop 31, Bradford
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Troop 520, sold 300 boxes; Yulanda Center

Tyson, :Troop 669, sold 277 boxes; Chiropractic ,",, ..,. At

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Democrats attended the 2nd Congressional Headaches T .
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Tallahassee, last Saturday, March .Mid Back NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP .
26, In support of Anna Felon who is Low Back &Leg INJURIES
seeking appointment as delegate-at-,
large to the National Convention in .w.ra .....d' Judy & Marla Cunningham
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Committee and will be committed to DR. W. DAVID SIKES and shop their newly .p .", .,

Dukakis if she attends the conven- DR. RICHARD C TULLER acquired florist for Easter Q '

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and personal cars. Arrangementswere '
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MILD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Office. Tf .. 964-8447 or 4733627. 11/12 TF ton*,,'beautiful home, LR. FR with alone flrtplaci, DR. big mater
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER NEWLY DECORATEDt everything furnish RENTALS THREE BEDROOM;2 both house with carport bedroom two other nlc ilzt bedroom, two bath, front porch double
THI TELEPHONE. ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video, on 4 ocr. of land. Some furniture garage ceiling fans throughout, 2 CHtA unit*,. .cunning view of lake.
Included. 2201 Sleepy Hollow Drive, .
Classified deadline l I., TUESDAY room available. Will accept one child. COTTAGES, Fully furnished. Dolly, Stork. 964.
6493, ask for Cll. 3/10
TF
NOON prior to Thursday publication: no ,.t.. Palms Apts., 2313 N., Temple weekly' monthly rate.. Alto mobile GOVERNMENT HOMES SUPER COMMERCIAtrfGi-eat two story building corner Coll I Walnut St.
Clatilfled display deadline TUESDAY, Av.. Starke 32091. 10/29 TF home park spaces for rent and home. Foreclosure from $1 (U Total 3198 sq ft., clean excellent condition live. upstair, have a business
5:00 ".M. Special Classified display TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent; furnished for eels MT VIEW RESORT. U.S. 64E, repair) Now repos, tax delinquent downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zon. ......111.
properties. selling your
placement I* NOT Guaranteed. or unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR. Highlands Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704)) ar_. Call 1-315-736-7375 .xt. H.Fl-S3
Minimum charge for classified ode 9647498. 11/19 TFchg 524-4605. 6/11 tfnchg
Is for current list 24 hr*. 3/17 3/31
13 words for S3.SO, then 15 cent for 12xM MOBILE HOME 3BR. 1 both on VACATION IN SUPERB TOWNHOUSES on EAGLE NEST HOMES kit form 3tpd DISTINCTIVE & UNIQUE PROPERTY

each word thereafter. on. ocr.. $230/month. 964- 238. 2/4TF ocean at Crescent Beach. Fully furnished Wousau modular horn. John or turn Curies k.y, One of the flnttt horns in Bradford County located In The Wood.
COZY 2 BR HOUSE furnished. CHBA.carpet. :2 BR 2V bath cable TV pvt. Stark tc 2584 2 lot /
United Realty 964 8447, 3/17 TF Golf CC cedar /; on living room dining room
MOBILE HOMES 964.6680. Prefer after single adult. For Info call garages. Weekly/monthly rentals from COUNTRY EXECUTIVE elegant' Is the kitchen family room,. 1 BR, 2ft bath, pella window. 30x32 garage,
3 2/21
FOR SALE ONI BEDROOM HOUSE p.m. Country TF ; large $50O. 904.471-3068fcon,B8-118 '''word to describe this beautiful 5 .loft hideaway, lnsutated.kylfght.. appliance..
bedroom 4 both ranch
style home In.
: yard carper window air adults. First,
final $225/month. 964-8602 after 5 Bradford County. Brick veneer with GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex.' 2IS Bradford Dr. 2 BR. IM Ba. lit.

HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28.68.3., p.m. Jm| YARD SALES CH1A, fireplace In great room, formal _t-In kitchen with stove, finest carpet., best location. 38000.
Home* of Merit $279 month. dining and
Free room living room. Located
THREE BEDROOM '2 both ,doublewlde, _
delivery. Uncle Roy.. K391-8514.3/24 'on 4.94 acre of land. For more Information
fireplace, total' .I.ctric'A ocr. fenced CRYSTAL LAKE PERFECT BACHELOR PAD
3tchg 4/7 THREE FAMILY SALE. Saturday behind call Chuck Womeldorf at home
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In for horse with barn and hed.
area
21 WIDEi Shingle, masonic, flr.plac.. $390 month $3SO Deposit. 7823408. Hampton Post Office. lots of mix(Itpd 468.2923 or work 2825922. Sapphire Log cobln.furnl.hed. I Bedroom I bath, family room w//Irep/ace/ ,
and much more. $227 month. 3/3 4lchg 3/31 3/31 Realty ffpd 3/31 complete equipped kitchen screened porch, deck with built-in eating

1-391-8S14, Uncle Roy.. 3/24 3tchg 4/7 TWO BEDROOM 1 both unfurnished MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS household. GOVT SEIZED HOMESi $1.00 (U Repair), capacity, dock whIle and b.ach.eet ort the lake. Gorgeou view/

,,2 USED DOUBLEWIDESi Low payments. opartm nf. $175. Also 1 BR, unfurnished cloth., knlck.knocks, 9-4 p.m. Saturday Buy properties for back taxes I Info, ."*.HOMII. '
Low ,down payment. Call 1-2720690 hou... $179. Singles only. No p.t., Apr. 2. North 301 to NW 2nd ..po listing 318-459-3546, ext. '201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR, \ Bo $2S.79o7"
collect. tfn 964.8404. 3/10 3tchg 3/31 Av.nu.. look for signs. Itchg 3/31 H-3377 24 hour 4/7 3tpd 4/21 310 CHURCH STREET 2 Bedroom 1 bath owner financing. $20.000.

TWO DOUBLIWIDI REPOSl Financing MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Coll 964.8614or 1715 f. CALL STREET Friday, Apr. 1.9-5 "" "*" .111$ NEIL COURT 3 IR, I Bath carport owner financing 36000.

available. Coll 1.272-0625 collect. TF 9647619. 3/17 TFchg p.m. Itchg 3/31 REAL ESTATE LOVELY 1 IR, 2% Ba custom built home. LR, fireplace, DR. _-In kitchen, extra
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYt mobile home FURNISHED CLEAN mobile homes, APRIL 1 1 21 Friday 9.5 p.m. or Saturday Ig.' utility rm., screened porch garage CILIA th.rmol window., I acre.
pork on GrlHIt loop. Acreage for more CHiA, In city close to shopping. 8.2 p..... 100 West to Third Street h..rn'' OUT OF AREA BRICK 3 BR, 1V4 Ba, LR kitchen-dining area, carport utility room, 1001 N.

mobile hornet or ton. 38000. .Call Maintenance and lawn care free No left follow signs. Baby clothes, Thompson St. Well Insulated, low utility bill., 45255.

3/3 after 5:30: p.m. 964.8970 or 9644480. pets. Consider small child. Monthly wom_. cloth., odds t ends, cheap. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wood.d .BRICK 4 or ..R. 2 bo, 1900 s f.. I ocr., 5 yrs. old. between Starke B Lawtey.

ZERO TFjo CASH DOWN rot... $229 and up. 964.8810. 'Itchg Itpd 331MOVING lots, river 'occ..., $5430 Each. Nomoney 22 S. MYRTLE ST. Home 2 car garage all hew Interiors, CHtA, 2 BR, 1 110.
n.w or used we SALE'Fridoy Apr T. lots of
3/31 down $65.41 monthly. Owner $30.000 Financing Available.- to Moke offer.
Appreciate.
finance, free credit
approval by phon. ,Items. Rd. 16 toward Klngsley Lok'e, 1
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT available 1-236-4979 or 1.622.2438. 1/7TF 3 2 Ba dream $38.000.
642 N. WALNUT BR. Handyman
Uncle
Roy.. I-35I-85U. 3/24 3tchg 4/7 mil. from city. 2nd dirt rood to'left 1
small
9 walled garden patio BE OUR NEIGHBOR N. Carolina
now .PRICED beautiful)
FISHERMAN. DREAM FI..twood mobile block look for LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY RIGHT Keystone,
on right. .
signs. Itcha
horn on large wooded lot with access deluxe complex near town. Furnishedor 3/31 Beautiful mountain properties. Financing Spanish ttyle home, 3430 ..f., 10 acre, sprinkler syttem 4 BR, 2% boo formalLR
unfurnished.
Call 964-8601. 3/24TF
'
available. Fr. Information
to 3 lak... 2 BR. 2 bath shingled roof ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment, ,SATURDAY APR.' 2i 9.3 p.m. 3 miles; Carolina Country Real listing Estate. Box 686 fully equipped kitchen Ig. I'll. brick fireplace, patio pool ceiling font 2

Island kitchen cathedral celling utility clean quiet adults only. 830 N. Tenv South Rd. 100. Mans, wom.n., Hayesville, N.C. 2890<1. 704.389.8335 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtgs., $135.0001
furnished. Brand chlldr.ns CONSOLIDATED HOME I OFFICE OR APT 5 Acre, lawtey ar_.
carport porch pl. Av. 964.2398. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 clothes, books, dishes, collect fcan 88-127 '
n.w well septic and pow. pole. Land ,2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOUSE Call 964.5377 I was.., cloth old records, fans.tc. Itpd BEAUTIFUL LOT IN MAGGIE VALLEY. MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2 2 story, 12 acre $ 81.000

coped and storage shed. Hawthorne after 5:30 p.m. for more information. 3/31 N.CI overlooks valley on South side' of BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D, extra. (lot .$44,000
area. $32,900 owner financing. '3/24 2tpd 3/31' FRIDAY t SATURDAY MocMahon St mountain. Call Buy Costello, 473,566. MENG DAIRY RD.; 2.23 acre. 3/1 CB CH/A, so near' $ 40.000
378-6456 481-2311 or 4682902. 3/31 ,STARKE furnished 2 BR.' 12x60 mobile Baby bed miscellaneous. Itchg 3/31 3/31 2tchg 4/7 CROSBY LAKE CANAL:2 BR, 1 Ba CH/A, from. $ 41.000

I 3tchg 4/14 home 'on wooded lot. CHS.A. coupl.pr.f.red. MOVING-EVERYTHING GOES Thursday HOME! AND INCOME 6 beds3 ba. LAWTEY 4 BR. 2 ba. 2 story...1 ocr. 100 yr*. old $ 36.000
BEAUTIFUL MANATEE mobile home, and .9 a.m. Middle of Clark St., on. block .
/ $29O security.964 9332. brick/stucco home
two acres,
j .....ACREAGE..... ,
2 BR, 2 bath CHtA. much more.; 1 Lotr 3/31 2tchg 4/7 around from Tenneca and Wlnkl.r',.., cathedral
? ceilings flr.plac.A, LF; GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W I Hwy 225.40 plus Acre $ 60000
nlc.ly landscaped circular drive, CLEAN. FURNISHED 2 BR trailer.Crosby turn left. Itpd 3/31 : license far 6. Room' to expand. .
storage building. 22500. Highland Lake Shores. $225 month, $100 deposit.No BIG YARD SALE clothes, odds and ends, 190000. East Posco. 8137886132. RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 ocr.., wooded and platted $ 7,000109th
or_. Call 289-9426 Mon-Frl 9-9 p.m. pets, no children. 964,9739 or, color console TV. Orongewood Apart. fcan 88.125 AVE.,LAWTEY: 2 \', ocr.cTedred $ 1.000

Itpd 3/31 964.4468. 3/31 2tpd /7' ments. 703 Friday and Saturday 9.3 HAMPTON 438 acres. This property everything $436.000
LAND PLUS HOMES 3 BR.2 full baths TWO BEDROOM' 1 both trailer WD p.m. Itpd 3/31 LAWTEY 5 ocr...,105th Ave., good Investment $ 13.000
CHI... corp.t on IVi acre |lust outside hookup, Klngsley Lake Flreland 1. S30O 254 S..WESTMORELAND' lot 25. Dishes, ANIMALS & PETS RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 24.000

city limit. Rd. 16 East towards Klngsley 'month $150 deposit, 533.2218.. ,Itpd Lp tank etc. Friday and Saturday. FOR SALE SR 16 WEST: opprox. 7ocres $ 13.000
Lake. Room for two more mobile 3/31 11.5:30: p.m. Itchg 3/31 v PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD. 20.16 acres, 3 wells.2 poles. ,

home to be set up. $16,500 cash. LARGE 2 BR HOUSE in Storke.'No p.t. 326 N. WALNUT ST.! Thursday and FrI- TWO APPALOOSA FILLIES 1 Appaloosa 2 septic tank, owner finance$ SO.000, Or will split each $ 27,000

964-6309 1-9 p.m. or 964.4480 6-9.p.m. First last and deposit. 17267651.331 day. 30" gas Hove, n.w polo t-shlrt mar., one Toro wheel mower Call BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 ocr..,. owner finance, great location.. $ 82,332

3/31 2tchg 4/7 and much much mor. Itpd 3/31 Kris, 964-6924. TFmf .-.COMMERCIAL.

TFLAND FOR SALE TWO 1 BR APARTMENTS. On 1st and 2nd MOVING.GARAGE SALES rain or shine, AKC, COCKER SPANIEL puppies. $150 BRICK< BLDG., 4000 sq ft. (unfinished Intlde) off Morgan. 1.5 acres

floor $150 month' no pets. 964 8498. 3/25.26. 9.5 p.m. Garden tools, each. On. 3 yr. old black mal., $50. NW 42nd Av.. Built as lodge but convert to your u... $60,000
Itchg 3/31 household Items, stereo, Kimball '964-7354. 3/24 2tchg 331GEBMArLfHEP11WDCUPf .' ENTERPRISE ZONE: 14J'xl65near hasp. $ 29,000

-lOT>O.scirV. S60OO.App. for modular STATE EMPLOYEES' pyr.d U" qi.rfU"" t"i..or.f 6ifi2 Citp il.' u --AI thr t tf : putibrwad s [THOMPSON ST 11.362 s f., brick. Enterprise Zone. Benefits ,$ BO 000
W > NomeJ Call 964-9764, after, 9, call, your work? W. hove clean mobile r four Delate. Will, hold for ,. o.l.c' 301 NIS ocres, MH hook-up. 2 bldg.. 240'on 301. great value $ 37,000)
964-9291. 3/07 tfn' homes available. 468-1323. 10/8 TF 282-7460 alter 7 p.m. Itpd 3/24 301 N Econo 301 $120000
: by Lodg.165.0I'on
NO DOWN .PAYMENT! 2.5 to 50 acres, PINE FOREST APARTMENTS: Now taking WANTED AKC PEKINESE PUPPIES born 2/20/88. 150' 220' $125,000
s.v.rallocations, from $1.1 OO/ocr..30 application for 3 BR opts, starting at R.al cute. $ISO. 964.6703, 'Itpd 3/24 301 N: approximately x opprox
? $ 85.000
ACRES with 1/4 mil. on Rd. 229 county $200/mo. CH... fully ,equipped kit. AKC ROTTWEILER PUPS $300. 964.4238. 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease. option Reduced
grade 67000. EZ term. I.' ACRES Chen coble ready. 193O W. MadisonSt. WANTED TO BUY> Poem and shorttorle Itchg 324PEKINGESE 301 5:193' 301 frontage $ 89.000

with mobile ham and born. S39.9OO or ., 964-6312. Mon-Frl 99pm. Equal .$ wanted for 1988 literature of, AKC PUPPIES. : 6 weeks old 1 301 and Washington Street, 262.5.105' $ 91.MO
$30,000 without MH. 10 ACRES Country Housing Opportunity. 1/14 TFchg the South.' Writ. P.O. Box 55166 Lexington female and four mol. Asking $123. 301 S; 135 ft. on 301, opprox,2 acre (possible Acres) $190.000

Club area, prime for subdividing TWO BEDROOM 1 bath block home. ; Ky. 40555 for (details. Send 964.6709. Itpd 3/31 r..LOTS.....
48700. 4.73 ACRES with 2.600 s.f. CHtA nice neighborhood.' Call stomped envelope fcan 88-1 23 CROSBY LAKE LOTS.IOO ft. $ IS,0001 .800

brick home on paved rood North of 468.1323. 3/3 TFchg COUNTRY CLU8 ESTATES 2 lots, one acre each $ 7.900* $ 1.700
lawtey 87000. RALPH BRYAN REAl WALDO VILLAS unfurnished. 2 BR KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots $ 4.SOO

TV '...-..7.. 3/3TF townhouse, carpet CH4A. 468-197t. WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Florida Frontier $ 11.000

11 ACRES PLUS a 2 BR, 1 bath home and a Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF DUPONT ROAD (lawtey): 1 Acr.surveyed. Coth $6.000
1 BR, 1 bath home on GrlHIt Loop Rd. FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities ,
100A,. Stark By own.. 303-365-3123 paid. From $37,90 w..kly. Magnolia After Hours
,or 309-837-8400. 3tpd 3/31 Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Ann. Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
SMALL HOUSE IN COUNTRY $225 per 496-2291
John Longford Ma.t.r Apprals.r
FOR RENT month. 964.86O2 after 5 p.m. TF 9644323AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
NICE 2 BR: 1 both $275 month. WilliamD. Paulin. Randolph

I Tiffin, Lie. Real Estate Broker,,
MELROSE lovely 2 BR I'A bath home '
J 964-9069. 3/17nc
with den In nice neighborhood carpet
.TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME $145
storage room fully equipped kitchen month $100 deposit. 964.8704. Itpd AI
with inside laundry hook-up, swimming w
area on Swan Lok.. $390. 479-1678. 331CLEAN y I Accelerated Jtealtr
2 BR APARTMENT! 1st floor : c.
3/31 4tcha 4/21 _
stove, refrig. All.. utilities furnished No
CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean r.ntal pets. $75 w..kly. 964.8498. Itchg 3/31
home* tailored to your pay schedule. ONI BR UNFURNISHED HOUSE $179

Private park laundry and: playground.PINES singles only. no pets. 964 8404. 3/31 PRESIDENT 964-4544 .
CRB
Susan M Faulkner GRI. .
in
SR121 |lust south of SRI00 4/7 .
Butler. Call 496-2366. tfn/chg. 1/7 ,2tchg .
Lake !itu.t/l Jf !1\/RPU/JY;. IgC '

LAVERN H. OUTLAW L@"nwy..301S.] m::

Broker Located Hwy.301 .2 Blk S. SR.100 221 W. Lafayette Street


? Thinking of buying or OVER 2 ACRES close to Slorke, brick 3 BR, 2 bo lorg. : / Home / Lots / Acreage Waterfront

soiling? Call us! *2 STORY large cedar and brick home, ever 37 acre..

*4.., 2% Be. large brick home nice n.lghborhood. / Farms, S Commercial

9644522TARKE Evenings & Weekends FRAMI HOUSE on 1 ocr. Need repair, owner financing., FISHING ALL YEAR ROUND' Two-Story Log Siding Horns.,
FL REMODELED frame home on 1 OC'.. 301 N. '
NEAT .
3BR/2 1/2BA. 3000 SF, CH/A Stove, Refri A Duhwssher. Ceiling
Pultv Kay Elder. MKARes. STRAWBERRY ACRES! 10 acre*, |lust off 301 N. '
David L Dodjjc. MSA. CRAR Fans Well A Septic. Large Lot. ,
trees
96-I-56KO *APPROXIMATELY 3S ACRES private with ;
( .J .-.:I7OKav \ FISH POND ON IJ ACRES -, 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. CH/A.
*CLOSI to Crosby Lake.' .
Kit ilionsKrs
i Waters / tir.l'j HWY. 16 W.t 2 BR, :2 bo. DW. CHtA. 1 acre plus, 29500. owner. financing. Range & Refri., Carpet' 1200 SF,. Solar Ho,Water System Well, ASeptic

R< 9t 4"till *WESTMORELAND $T.. 4 BR. 1 bath fix up home. .

Op i) Oi< k-t>n HWV 14 Wi 3 BR, 1 bath well. built on 1 acre. CHtA workshop t utility; LAKE PRIVELEDGES .3BR/2BA Block Living A Dining Rooms

REALTOR! 25000. Family Room. Drapes A Carpet CH/A. 1.416 SF. Large Lou
*LAWTIYi '.42 ocr., 4 BR. 2 boo has born t fish pond fenced CHtA. IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA Black EXITS Large Living-Dining
Of.ii>nalcd Ap|>ru srs *NEAR ALTO LAKIi; 3 BR, 2 bath on 3 acre. 'Ig. barn beautiful_.. CHI... Are. Kitchen Ha Formic Cabinet A Breakfast Ares, Family Room
Your Full 'i mortgage. Well A Septic, 3 Acres.
C1I/A Gang
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for Residence Farm Commercial Bu lne-. *WALK TO EVERYTHING 3 BR, 1 both 31500. .
FOR A GARDEN 3BR/2BA Block:, Large Living Rams,
ossumable Call for details. ROOM
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*CHURCH ST. 2 ... 1 bath, plus workshop mtg. '
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j \ ,A Few of Our Many Listings BEAUTIFUL HOME on 4.89 ocr. In Strawberry Acres. Family Room. Ch/A, 1839 ,SF. Stow, Refri A Di.b..he'W.U. A

Residential Homes *WOODLAWN ACRES 2 SR. 2 both. CHtA, double garage only'$17,900. Septic I Acre. ,
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I ACRES with 3 I.. 1 both..stucco. CH4A. paved rood. 9.5 ACRES' ON NEW RIVER ." 2BR/1BA Mobil Home In
HHt OAKSi close to country club"beautiful brick 3/2.-. CHtA. fireplace, priced to *GOLFVIEWl beautiful building lots. Excellent Condition.; Well A Septic."

...ll.IAROE. HWY. 100 It nice brick veneer 3 BR,.1 both. CHtA.; extra septic. 3. ocr., COUNTRY LIVING 2BR/1BA/ Frame A 3Br/lBA Doublew.de Lila
Coll for
I : BMCK HOME.2700 sq. N., CHA. beautiful nelohborhooi. oppt.Waldo : SANTA Fl CANAL LOT 160x208. excellent terms. New ../p. ... A Carport. Large Workshop. Well A Septic 6.92 Acre
1400 ....,. 3 bedroom CH&A. $34.000. reduced 150000. :
: Neot. with building to
*HWY. 901 SOUTH 179x294. GOOD PLACE TO LIVE. 3BR/IBA Frame w/Porco. Well A Septic..
.Comfortable Living In Starke. 2/1. targe rooms, -45000. *HWY. 301 SOUTH well built brick veneer, 3 BR. 2 both on 2 ocr..; stocked .
-- lot. 32000. Large Lot. .
,3/Ji, Quiet neighborhood corner fish "
pond.
NEAT 211. good location only $28.600. ACRU OLE FASHIONED FRAME ,- 4BR/1BA Frame, Urg Llving-Dining
CLEAN AND ,
*40 In city, city utility /join* property.
FORUT HHOHTif 3/2 CH&A. flreploce. *OFF .PRATT ST.I nice 4 I.. 2 bath many ..trOl. kitchen equipped. Rooms, Large Porches.HANDYMAN'S .
bathroom close to Slorke.. home with DREAM ,.;' T..o-S.3BMBA. La. U" I .
NEAT 'I'IN.- roof. now LAYER FARM can be purchased with new 2 tory Immaculate ,
-TWO STORY REDECORATED 180Q *.f. In Stork.,. 39000. pool 1 78 ocr.*. 6 bam t equip and home or 9 or 17 ocr.*with |lust bo,!,..Call Dining Are* w/FirepUca.' .
Stark S school) 3/1 romodol.dy .
IIDUCIO CONVENIENT to for detail SELECTED PROPERTIES

HANDYMAN SPECIAL.; Duplex In Starke. good location. *NICI HOME In secluded' area of town opprox., 1600 sq. ft. 45 ACRES Brookes Will Divide. 0-. Financing( i Good Terms.. .

../2 ON EDWARDS RD.I CHeA. up to 10 acre. .. J. ,. wen A
10 ACRES WU1 DivIde Lisa 5AeT e. tt .rVMOro ,
*.STOY HOMI on 4.64 ocr.*. CHAA and more.LOCATION ,
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-. LOCATION 'In Stark. cu'omno on S acre.. 1 Septic Owner Financing.
Lake Homes 10 ACRES.Will Divide Into S ACM .Pared, Pec*. Grove, Fish. Pond '

iiAimWl CYPRUS HoME an Crosby Lok.. lots of decking and' dock. Almost S Professlonallyatrained Owner Financing. .
Call one of our 3 ACRES Hwy 16 W. Good CoaunercUI lacetioa.

raw.'ON.HAMPTON LAKE Brick CHtA. fireplace, beautiful while beoeh.,Immediate 3 staff today'at: ...55 AC Zoned for Mobile H_ .

occU9II"CY.I 2 CITY LOTS n Northeast Sectiosv '
I 'SLOQUINT2 HOME LoKe occeee, Crystal Lake.ON 9645069or LAKE GENEVA Large Lou 100 Feet of Lake Ftoattge. .

I HART LAKES Mobil. home. CHA. only $30,000. LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast S.ctlo..1 City

ON HAMPTON IAKI Cont.n,tp. 3/2 w/deckmg. Ireplac. many om nitls. after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH 10 Large Lot. Goo ...... lootbm.'

( Callus About 5 ACRES Hwy 301 Near Berfetc ....... .
.EVENINGS '
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+LAK1 LOT HOMES WITH ACREAGE REALTOR ASSOCIATE*. LAKE LOTS > Crosby A .....- Owww FtaaBch*.
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iuiLOINO LOTS -COMMERClAl PROPERTIES Irene L Faulkner-94-5142 IF YOUR MIND ON HEAL WATS-OR THINGS RELATED

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PSYCHIATRIC I.N.'l: NIIOIOl RN HIRINOi sewing mechlneperetors. MR.; 1BA. equipped. laundry facilities. 1978 CHIVY IMPALA 4 dr., AC cruise INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. '
Specialist for evening and night shifts 1 peld' holidays" ,, ,.t4 _.. Dock prlvll ... Carpeted. 473-2919 ,control t,500.. ,4733875.. 2tchg Main Street, lake Butler, 496-3971. EXPERIENCED, MOTHER will babysit.In my'
In the medical and odult psychiatric tie.. experience. helpful but will train. 4tchg 3/24-4/14 3/24-3/31 Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn home an state property Raiford. Flexible
units* Requires: years RN experience. Hourly .... Apply In person at Vogue JBR, I'/ IA kitchen equipped. Florida days and hours. Reasonable rotes
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1 of which Is I In. psychiatry Salary Manufacturing, 710 S. Weter St.. room laundry facilities. Dock' HOMES FOR HELP WANTEDGOOD 431.077.3124 2tchg 3/31.
range $10.27 to f 13.67 hourly depending It...... N.. .32091. Hchg 3/31 privileges. 473-2919. 4tchg 3/24-4/14 SALE JBFF1 LAWN SERVICE All types of yard
on experience One GN position ,PART-TIME to become full'-Mme position FOR RENT clean 1BR partially furnished work Call 431-1944 or 431.1233.3/31
available. Contact available for GENEVA LAKE ESTATES by owner.3BR. PEOPLE GOOD PAY GOOD 2tchg. 4/7
Men-let Hlgglns. probation counselor garage apt. 2 3/4 miles south of KH on
Northeast Florida trainee, 2BA custom built ...tro.. 72000. BENEFITS Come In and talk with us.
State Hospital Mac. typing filing and recordkeeping Lake Geneva. Call 473-3256.tchg 3/31 ,
Fl. skills needed. FURNISHED 473 3353.; Anytime 3/31.4/7 lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd
6620
clenny 32063 904-239-62)I. ext.III. Background or HOUSE by year, MOBILE HOMES
3/3 5tchg 3/31 education In law enforcement or corrections Brooklyn Boy Rood on lake. No pets. ""* Street,. lake Butler 496-3601 tfn/chg
EASY WORK I IXCIIUNT PAVI Assemble preferred. Call 964-6280, ext Call! 473-4840 after 6 p.m. Itpd 3/31 FOR SALE 1/21 .. FOR SALE
products at home. Call for Informa- 255 for information bpd 331CARS EASY WORK Excellent pay! Assemble
tion. 504-641-8003 ext A9S79. 3/10 FOR SALI 88 old china products at home Coll for Information.
yr cabinet excellent -
3/31 ACREAGE 1(504)641.0003( ) ...t.A-8401.Itpd. 3/31 ir x W MOBILE HOMI Two bedroom. I
4tpd condition. 4733374. 3/
Itchg ') bath. Front kitchen.Call 431-1022.3/17
POSITION OPEN FOR A
MATU.IDOUILI.ENTRY
CASE MANAOIR/OIRICT "..VICIWO.KI.
TRUCKS, VANS BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON EMERY BOOKEEPER to I work 3tchg. 331OOUBLEWIDI
Hi Bradford _.
Bachelors In human services County related ar LANI 4739236. 1/14 tfnchg.MELROSE. : MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE with Slate Grants In the Central Ad.minstratlen 1988 with 1,848 sq. ft.
.field or AA degree with 4 related B IT TRIM you can buy |leaps for $44 OVERLOOKING LAO WIN. Office located at 119 Three ,bedroom. 3 lull baths, two
experience, or IIcon.u(( LPN.yrs To through the U.S. Government?Get the NOTT '11. acres: 170 pecan trees, HUGS FAMILY SPECIAL ''28X68 4/3. Wilbur, Street Live Oak, FloridoEx.. fireplaces. Take overpayments and
direct services/case perform facts todayl I Call 1-312-742-1142, ext. $3.SOO/acre.. Owner, will finance. Homes of Merit $279/mo. 'Free perlence In accounting and computereperotlons move Call 496-2522. 3/24 2tpd. 3/31.
1250018500. peodllne responsibilities. '609. 3/17 4tpd 4/7 ,904-285-1408. 4tchg 3/24.4/14 delivery. Uncle Ray''. 1-351-8514,3tchg required. Submit your
19B4 CHRYSLER LeBARONi 4 door block. 3/24-4/7 FOR SALE
4/S. S.nd resume to Debra Parmenter. resume to Suwannee River Economic'Council.
Personnel Office, Bradford-Union Take over payments, approximately HELP WANTED 161.20 PER MONTH 24X44. 3/2. Inc., P.O. Box 70. live Oak, Fl.
$3800 owed. 961.8310.317 Slchg 3/31 mosonlte and shingles. Uncle Roy's. 32060. Application must be received by
Guidance Clinic P.O. Box 399. Starke, 1977 STORAGE HOUSES Need. extra storage
MERCURY 13518514.
32091. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 MARQUISi good running START AT THI leading real estate 3tchg 3/24-4/7 April 8. 19S8. Equal Opportunity space? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini
condition. $300. 473-7046. 3/24,2tchg 0" CASH DOWN new or used. We Employer. 3/31) 2tchg. 4/7
firm
ELECTROIUX and
NOW HIRING Positions seeking new experienced 'warehouses. Hale and Associates
available In management sales andservice. 33119BB IIc.n..... Extensive free training program finance. Fr. credit approval by RESPIRATORY THERAPY TECHNICIAN 496-3939. tfnchrg. 1/7
MAZDA TRUCK SE 5,white w/blue phone. Uncle Roy's. 13518514. 3tchg DPR State of Florida. Position
available
Full and part-time, 372-7811 and notional) referral, network PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsibleparty
3/24-4/7
EOE. 3/31 6tchg 5/5 gold stripes 8,000 miles onspeedometer. focall) sales opportunities Call DeanWeaver. Immediately contact Betty Layton at to take over small monthly,
THI CITY OF LAWTEY will b. taking appllcatlons -> .9 speed w/rodlo and air. .473-7653 for a confidential in' 1(904)259-3111( ) Ext. 218. payments on spinet-console piano.Con
Call 964-2270 after 3 3/31
for Class C p.m. Itpd tervlew. 3/24-4/7 WANTED EXPERIENCED PARTS SALES PERSON
a Operator. 3tchg be seen locally. Please Include your
197 IMPALA rebuilt Good _
please bring or send your resume to: new engine. FULL OR PART-TIME POSITIONS OPEN Automotive Parts A Equipment Co.,675 phone numbers and write to CREDIT
City of L wt.y. P.O. Drawer G firm tires,964-7823.now paint job 3/31 runs good. $800 at New Life Acres for housekeeper RELIABLLI TEENAGE BABYSITTERS SE 6th Street. 4962345.3/31 tfnchg. MANAGER, Box 8547, Ft. Myers, Fl.
ftpd
lowt.y Fl. 32098. 3/31 4tchg 4/21 cook B nurses aide. ,Call 475-2108. 473.3875.2tchg 3/24-3/31 I, 33908, or call 1(813)489-1322.( ) 3/17.
LOCKSMITH NEEDED experience *"""" 2tchg 3/24.3/31 r FOR RENT' 3tchg. 331'STRAWBERRIES
neceisary. Apply In person 1.5 p.m. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES CRUISE SHIP JOBS $10.345: to $47.819 LOST U pick..... pick-open
Tu..Fri..353 N, Temple. Av. 3/31) Managers, chefs, bartenders, j, ,',' Monday-Sunday 8 a.m. Directions-take"
2tchg 4/7 mechanic. ,and NOW CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur.
more.
Hiring '
"LOST. 121 south thru Lacrosse N.W. 22-to
husky tan and white" male. 43lb
HELP WANTED AT LAWS TAVERN applyIn CAll (refundable) 1-518-459-3734: Ext, nlshed, all electric, central hoot and
.., blue NC lost In sign on right hand side of rood. Bring
eyes tags airs road
person or 'call 964-9956 200 E, ,OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Q3339A. 24HRS. 3tpd 3/24-4/7 Melrose' area. $50 reward 473.3274 private paved laundry and containers Rogers Farm and Nursery.
Madison St., Storke. Itchg 3/31 STORE. CHOOSE FROM: Jean/Sport SEEKING SUMMER CAMP HEAD COOK leave park playground. Near schools, hasp., Call for Information 462-1774 or
POSITION OPEN for mature double swear Ladles,, Mans, Large Sizes, AND ASSISTANT COOK family style.food message state !facilities. PINES SR-121), east lake 462-2406. 3/313tpd. 4/14
entry bookkeeper to work with State P.tite, Doncewear/Aeroblc, Bridal prep for 150. Previous experience Butler Call 4962366. T..o'chlldr.n
Grants In the Central Administration lingerie or Accessories Store, Brands preferred YMCA Camp Immokoleo, SERVICES max, and no pets chg/tfn 3/21 ,
office located at 119) Wilbur St. In Live Lit Clalborne Healthtax, Chorus, Lee: Call 354-3636 In' Jacksonville 2tchg I 12' x 41 THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME LAND FOR SALE
Oak. Fl Experience In accounting and St. Mlch.le, Forenia Bugle' Boy. levl. 3/31.4/7 Id.ollor small family large yard. $175
computer operations,required.. Submit Organically Grown. Lucia, Over 2000 WOOD SPLITTERS WANTED for PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile per month 496.2842. tfn/chg. 10/8 1-3-S ACRE PARCELS '
your resume to: Suwannee River others Or $13.99 One Price Or Multi. established firm. Good .wages Independent homes., pools, decks, sidewalks. Fr. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE Near Lake 160 acre farm, .
would make nice horse farm, lowdown
Economic Council P.O. Box 70. Live Tier Pricing Discount: or Family Shoe work. Needs. sow. Immediate ..tlmot... Call Rob 4733590. '3/5 Butler has range and refrigerator, $200
Oak Fl. 32060. Applications must be Store. Retail Prices' unbelievable for employment. Call 14724324. tfnchg month $100 security. Coll 4962179. payment 1/2 ,- owner financed. Ap-
pros acre paved rood with' 2
received by. April 8. 1988. E.0.E.3/31 top quality shoes normally priced from 4tchg 3/31-4/21 LAWN MOWING Trimming; edging. Itpd. 3/31 bedroom mobile home on SRI8.) Hale
2tchg 4/7 '$19 to $60. Over 250 Brands, 2600 COOK/CHEF NEEDED Buddy's Lakefront Call The lawn Barber. 4733590. Free and Associates 4963939.
AVON, REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED, full styles $17.900 to $29,900: Inventory Restaurant. Experienced. Full or part-,, Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg HOMES FOR SALE tfn/chg.
time or part time. Unlimited oppor Training, Fixtures, Airfare, ''Grand time Ask for,Paul. .4682080. Itchg 'CARPENTRY ADDITIONS REMODELING, CARS/TRUCKS
lunitl.i. For more information' call Opening .,c. Can open IS days. Mr.. 3/31 DECKS. no |lob to big or small ,
Ramona 782-3068. 2/18 7tchg 3/31 ,, Loughlin.((612)) 88@, -4218. Itpd 3/31 Reasonable rates. Quality work. Call TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH FRAME HOUSE
'0..., R.H.I P.R.N. position available In 1000 SUNIIDS, TONING TABLES Sunal' ., YARD SALES anytime. 473-9096.' ask.for Jim. tfnchg 'on 100'xlOff nice shady lot In city limitsof I9B4 BUICK SKYHAWK Power steering,
progressive hospital specialising In WOLFF Tanning Beds. Sl.nd.rQu.st ,,3/24\ Lake Butler Walking distance of power brakes,>AM/FM stereo radio
reconstructive plastic, hand ,, '''R school stores, and churches Coll door lock.. 53.000
Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color YARD SALE Sat., April 2, 8:30 a.m. to Sp.m. power miles.$4.500.,'
,microsurgery.. M.d/Surg..sp.ri.nc. catalogue Save to SOX. ', Pickets,2 doors South of Lonora s 4963443. iffy 3/31. Call 496-2881.) Itchg. 3/31
,
required. Apply to lake Butl.r 'GOVERNMENT SEIZED HOMES from $1, REPO FOR SALE 1982
Hospital 1-800-228-6292. fcan 88-128 Trailer Pork or '/i mil.south of tions or complete building. 30 years Comoro Z28.
Hand Surgery Center, SR 121 B 100.: MOBILE HOMI PARK, on Grlffls Loop.' Jiffy Store on SR 21.) llpd 3/31 Midway experience serving Bradford and Clay (U'''repair) BUY properties for bock $4.100. Call 496-2101 Farmers and'
Lake Butler Fla. EOE. toxesl For Information and current Dealers Bonk
: 904-496-2323 Acreage for more mobile homes YARD *ALE .' Sat.', 4/2/88.' ((4 families), Counll..73-.018. 5/28 tfn 3/31 2khg7'LOSTFOUND
.
3/31 3lehg 4/7 FLOOR SAGGING Door ? REPO list CAll (refundable)
$38,000. Call after 5:30: p.m., 964-8970 household Items, drapes, ,.tereo.tmicrowaveVCR Dragging
'R.N.'s full and PRN position available. or 9 -4480. 3/3TF toys, clothes. Cornerof ) House out of level?? loRue Leveling 1(518)4593546.( ) Ext. H3339D 24hrs,
Med/Surg. experience preferred. Paid service for all foundation 3/24 3tpd. 47GOVERNMENT
$75.000 Large' steel company needs. Jasmine and Orange St..tpd 3/31 your repairs.
time off program. Apply to Lake Butler ,dealers In Florida. Any type and size of GARAGE SALE FrI 9-2. Cardinal Drive, '4737721. 7/9 tfnchg SEIZED HOMES from $1.
Hospital Hand Surgery Center, SR 121 t commercial steel building sunrooms,, off of Pecan near elementary, school EXPERT PAINTING home repair, handyman (U Repair) BUY properties for back $SO REWARD Lost-large one-year old \\I,
100. Lake Butler Fla. 904-496-2323 mobile home products and neon signs. ..rvle.../. Call Mitch, .?3-39.0. toxesl Fan'Information and currentREPO Male block and tan dobermon/rott-
EOE. 3/31 2tchg 4/7 100% financing. 1-800-444-1663. fcan HOME FOR RENT '3/24TF list 'CAII, (Refundable) weller. long ears, tail docked.,wearing
MOBILE
LIVE-IN HELP WANTED IN JACKSON. 88.125. MATURE WOMAN will' watch children In 1(518)( ) 59.35.6. Ext H3448A: 24 hrs. collar. Answers ',to "Big Hd".f Call
VILLE Light housekeeping salary. In YOUR OWN BUSINESS Earn $600 plus her home. Prefer babies and todd1.... 3/24 3tpd. 4/7 496-2209. Itpd. 3/31
Westside area. Call 1-783-3812 TFjm '.....1011''. Only $1.295 investment Nationwide MH ,2BR, MBA kitchen equipped. References available, ,473.4584.3x14 ;
DIESEL TRUCK MECHANIC must know Auto After Market Service Carpeted. laundry facilities Dock 2tchg 3/31
f welding, have own tools and have Limited availability in' your area NoM privileges. 473-2919.4tchg 324414. 'LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS

s4 ,.ytham.. phone. Good benefits,and profit aky. f' -T"t.IIM: .f.en II IM, ..... lBA kitchen equipped. Carpeted.lauadry"l'acfitle. .'?:." !.i,,__.... ., I... .. _. "- -. "._"..p! .-..fl. .,....vww n A,
..
) Dock privileges
sharing, available./ Contact Griffin Industries ATTENTION FLEA MARKET., DEALERS' '
9-5 p.m. Apply in person Rd. Have ,you heard of the New Flea 473-2919. 3/24-4/14 'Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units.. These all-
221, Hampton. 3/24 TF' 'Market In Macclenny We are buildinga 2BR. MOBILE HOME In Lokevlew 32433TMH Villa. LINGERFELT electric units are spacious 'with lots of closet space and all'hove

ATTENTION PLICATIONS for NOW sales ACCEPTING clerk.Bryons Ace Apt Maxville.new market Mocclenny here to, Glen serve St.Baldwin Mary S250/mo.FOR RENT 475.2422.2tchg. KH, 2BR.1BA,. fully fur. 'Trim & Framing wall-to-wall carpeting draperies' and kitchen appliances. Onsite -

Hardware In Keystone Hts. Apply In Sanderson Taylor and St. George, Ga. nisi d, doublewide. all electric, central Additions DecksRemodeling laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified
person. Palmetto Nightingale St.., It Is |lust 30 minutes down. the road. air, heat.washer and dryer on 1 / Roofs applicants.
473-4006.3/24 2tchg 3/31 Grand opening April 1, Sale absolutely acres. S27S/mo. 473-2823 or 4732672. 15 Experience For application and Information
WATKINS DEALERS WANTED to sell free 1st month. Coll us, 259-2048 3/31 Itchg 3/31 yrs. '
famous products full or part-time. Be 473-2330 Daytime Please see us at @
'your own boss. Call 782-3068 Lowtey MISCELLANEOUS 1005 SW 6th Street

3/24 4tpd 4/14 Lake Butler F132054OrCall496.3141 .....
.HIRING Government |obs- your area PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collect! ..
815,000-$68,000. Call 602-838-8885. I 1METALSTORE I ble Items and antiques. Used. furniture, ,
-
Ext. :3493. 3/24 2lpd 3/31 FOR SALE glassware' |jewelry and much more.
FULL a PART-TIME HELP NEEDED cl.rk. Come see for yourself. One mile east |r HUNTIEY
cashiers and service station attendants J .I of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. I NOW LEASING
Apply Pep-O, 620 S. Walnut St I 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg .
Itchg 331LIVEIN FIXTURES 'I TENNIS PLAYER LOOKING FOR 1 REDFEARNSERVICES
.i HOTEL MANAGER NEEDED) Can WEEKEND GAMES please call 1 Forest Park Apartments
be retired couple. For Information call ( AND I 475-3377 before 8 a.m./after 10 p.m.
J. Miller 964-6305. TF Itpd 3/31 : An apartment complex designed for moderate 'ti't
X-RAY, TECH part-time position
I
available, emergency/on call. ARRT B SHOWCASES I I Electric Appllanc. Service I Income families. No rental assistance available.,,

Florida license required. Apply to Lake Attractive 1&2 BR/1 Bi, Apts., range, refrigerator
I II
Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center r Good for Most Retail Most Makes & Models carpet cent heat & air and Free }rt''
SR 121 A 100. Lake Butler, Fla, EJ patio laundry. ,
904-496-2323 EOE. 3/31 3tchg 4/14 Business or ALTERATIONS Monday'thru Saturday water, sewer & garbage. Rent $185. $220 >i' ,iv'' : u

COOK) tome experience necessary. Officers I Jewelry/Watch Cases I minimum.
Club at Camp'Blending' For MomAiMappncaiiton:
,
5333320. Itchg 3/31 964-2497 L 473-7707 Forest Park Apartments s 775 NE 1st Street
ASST. MANAGER FOR LUMBER COM .1
IUSED OFFICE
I ; .
PANY In the lake area. Must have experience : ..... ((904)) 496-3439 E.H.O.
from building trace and/or I 1 I 'DESKS
retail sales background. Will consider ,, r
partially qualified person as traln_. I ICHAIRS -
Reply to P.O. Box 364, Lake Geneva, 1 I I
Fl 32660. Itchg 3/31 ( Durrance Pump & Supply
EXPERIENCED CUTTER for sewing fac, CASH REGISTERS!

,tory. 7 paid holiday., paid vocations? I .U.&i 301 North. 864 ,N. Temple Aver Starke
salary negotiable. Send qualificationsand
S: TYPEWRITERS *
references to: Box. 79). Starfce, II' W.II Drilling
Fla. 32091. Attn: Mr.SoIl.r..ltchg3/31 .COPY B ,964-7061
SUPERVISOR WANTED for training .*wIng *Pumps *Plumbing! t

I',, machine operators,: ,7 paid I, I II
holidays, paid ,vacations' Salary | MACHINES' Jane S. Usher
negotiable. Apply In person at Vogue REALTOR

i Mfg Inc.,,710 S. Water St., SR 100E I Everything To David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
Starke. Fl. Ask for Mr.'P.rrle.' Itchg Your Union County Realtor

COOK/CHEF Restaurant.NEEDED Experienced.Buddy's Full Lakefront or part- I j ;Set, Up A 'Store U Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates '4962126., or 496.2903

time Ask, for Paul. 4682080. Itchg II I 360 W. Main St.. Lake Butler
I Or .
flERocK | Officec9648602 I CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 964-6133 "

L t
i 1'-
I I 2-STORV NEAR LAKE..aulliul 9 bedroom, 2 bath home "fust lYe blacks

FILL SANDI, I I j rr| [[nil I1111 11111 r+i i s New Hass .coq. from largo lak6''Ham.neWly decorated". Immaculate. A root show place..
.Room Addition r Palntlnf Must see Interior to appreciate owner's personal touch .In new,decor.
IxPERTADVICE 'Carports .New RooT special features In horn .Is sun porch 'upstairs and enclosed with old
782-3172 J ISTARKE L after 6 ION ALL 0 F Bike es' Pool Endoeww: SjsUstt fashion type window-,, unique..'Alao/ 11ft eft .. bath upstairs. la SEE Is to

''f .Ilt lit, .YCXJR'WCutt" -Vlal.SIcUa. BUY). Best buy In town. Some 'financing' available to qualified buyer.

_.. ____ BUILDING' NEEDS *
.8 ACRES WITH CUSTOM COUNTRY HCUtL" I"* *'Country setting surrounds
Call Today! this NUTBinuilliiilli s wisWsltne flr..I'roporty..Ito all

I HOUSING CENTER J: : :7 t 96467664ft the essentloVfor meMlrfeofRAfKHfTTSftr small-type form operation
. _
: :
Ij Including- >fcusfrioy e4'l"i' I '''ul'l'uu*
HOMES BEAUTIFUL, fish .lawjjjjfporJIatly'wooded with room for pasture end/or cropland.

j of North Florida | iCD Ir B I TODAY EVERYTHING,FOR APPOINTMENT YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO StCI I BUT WAS AFRAID TO LOOK!I CALL

Comer Lafayette & Hwy.301,Starke xojMXTic M s F' r u THRU (1)( ) MOBILE HOMI IOTS AND TWO ((2) MOIRE HOMIS In town. t

I St. Llc.# RR0052877 Owner soys SELL RIGHT NOW. lEST offer get them. Owner need cash.

1I One home''! 2 bedroom and other 3 bedroom, that fs partially furnished.
I whll. I I.motivated to Sill-'
FI8HB1 C. C .. r e III e ... ._ Buy now owner
r RAIFOROHove. old-foshloned homo on 1/4... lot In town. Additional
EUxson Wood Products Inc. :lots available edlolni g. Need. T-L-C Would also make great"'" home.S .
1J
Good selection of 2 and 3 bedroom minute to work for prison employee. Owner motivated to sell now so

don't pass this one up. .
Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou
J Mobile homes HAVf financing MANY. SMALL ACM TRACT available 'In Union' County wtm owner

Pick-up or w. Deliver .
$995 to $1995
From Also/ have home Hel to purchase (of rental properly. Lake Butler

f' We Also Have fur many rental but meals many more f..GOODINVESTMENTI. )
Qood:: c. .oor"ooadititoaOo ...
.d' As Is Red Heart Cypress Lumber. I For. these: properties' many more; call:

US 301 South Sta.tke. 964-4174 964-6649 I Jane S. Usher '

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Odometer Tampering On theCansumsrrs f.ffiy '

Starke, Want Ads Get Results Million Dollar 'Fraud SIde ; ,


QUESTION 11 recently purchased a used car.The price was almost too "

good to be true and I am suspicious that there 1s something wonder the, Doyle Conner, Commissioner
I've been odometer and if
car. reading some on tampering you
PERSONALSA FOR SALE'' could,tell me anything about it. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE \


Australian WONDERFUL, FAMILY IXUKICNCIl MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. ANSWER: Odometer tampering is one of the biggest consumer frauds AND CONSUMER SERVICES"Auto
High School Exchang.European,Student Scandinavian orrly.' $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tin the nation. The annual loss to American motorists is estimated to be $4
Ing In August Become a host family for NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. billion. Not only is odometer "roll back" against the law,, but altering
American Jntercultural Student Exthong. > Measures 24x36"". 25 cents each. Great odometers can cause serious injury to motorists.
.. 'Call 1-800-SIBllNO. Icon for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH washing" is becoming 10 sophisticated that tome fraud syndications -
135 W. Call St. 9646305. The odometer is the device in a vehicle that measurea the number ot are hiring commercial artists to change the mileage in the car titles.,
R.V.s, CAMPERS ALICIA HAYi S2S a roll. All hay und.r miles driven. Fraud occurs when the odometer has been rolled back or A good idea, before you buy is to check previous titles by writing or callIng -
TRAVEL barn. 7 miles from Starke on Hwy. 16 disconnected and when incorrect information has been given regardingthe the Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Apalachee Parkway
TRAILERS toward prison, 964.6167 or 782.3727, accuracy of the odometer reading.There a federal and state law pro Tallahassee; Fl. 32301. (904) 4882276. You can also check with your local
'" COACHMAN 3 S Pt. fifth 7 2/1ITF ,_ hibiting odometer roll backs and requires correct reporting of mileage tax collectors office for the previous owner's name by them with
lacks. iw* owning, roof wh..l.ls.trlc air: SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If youVe medicare when selling a used car. Any vehicle that is only a few years old, but has the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), which is visible through the
pl.te hook-up. 964-4167 oft.r 6 com. recipient with a qualifying condition, been driven a high number of miles is a candidate for odometer fraud, windshield (usually located on the driver's side).
for
p.m call toll free number more Informa
3/17 4lchg 4/7 tion. 1-800-445-4174. Icon 88-119 especiallv odometer roll back.
YOU HAVl FOUND THI DiAl you hove 100% FINANCING any site or shape Never assume anything when buying a used car You have the right to
been ,looking for.1988 28 ft. fully' steel building, compl.t. turnkey |Job, All Florida titles issued since February, 1983 have a place on the face of know the history of the car and see its title record going back to when the
equipped travel trailer, sleeps 6. Save All buildings m..t or exceed SBC All' the title which shows the odometer reading at the time the vehicle was car was newly bought.Federal officials estimate that at least 50 percent of
several' thousand ,dollars I $7,695. ,blueprints and anchor boot drawings transferred. Unless the odometer has rolled over 100,000 miles, the readingon all off-lease cars have had their odometers tampered with. Most odometer
782-9002.: Itpd 3/31 furnished. 1-800-444-1663. Icon 88-126 the title will be lower than the current reading on the vehicle. The Dept.of alterations are done by wholesalers.
TRAVEL,. TRAILER 18 ft., AC, "ov.. I... AFRICAN GEESE EGGS $1 each. N.w Agriculture and Consumer Services reminds you that the best defense Recently, Chrysler Motor Corp., pleaded no contest to federal charges
3/31'e Sleeps 4 adults. $1300. 964-2508. refrigerator and new, stove, Call against this, or any other form of consumer fraud is to be informed and that it sold several thousand vehicles as new even though they had been
2tchg 47PERSONAL 9646003. 3/24 3tpd 4/7 cautious before you purchase or sign anything. driven by company employees with the odometers disconnected.The com-
CIGARETTES the lowest price In town. U you've bought a good used car or truck lately, there is about a one in pany agreed to pay more than$16 million to owners of the vehicles as part
SERVICESWANT The Tobacco Shop. 134 E. Call St.3/24, five chance that you're the victim of odometer fraud.According to the Na- of a settlement of current and potential lawsuits which involved
2tpd 331HYBRID tional Highway Traffic Safety Administration, odometers get rolled back automobiles made between 1984 and 1986. In Florida 1,728 Floridians
TO DRINKTHAT'S DAY LILLIESi (1.SO ....h. To ,an average of 30,000 miles on three million vehicles a sellers stand to gain a total of $863,000 in the settlement
YOUR BUSINESS order, call 964-7451, 3/24 2tpd 3/31 to cheat buyers out an average of $1,000 per car. Frequently, odometer
WANT THArS TO STOP? RAILROAD TIES (7 each.You pick up or I fraud has involved interstate operations and paper-laundering schemes. As of October, 1985 Florida motor vehicle owners have been asked to
Alcoholics' OURS will d.llv.r at an extra charge. Call These professional "title washers" sell the car out of state (the car itself record the odometer reading annually when they renew their vehicle
Anonymous
964-41M-W4-2000 INDOOR 964.4480 TANNING after 6 p.m.SUPERMARKET 3/24 TF $595 never moves), thus generating another title on which the reduced mileagecan registration. Beginning in 1989,.the odometer reading must,be entered on
LINK FENCE Installed. be entered in the appropriate blanks on the title. Then the car is sold the title in aU 50 states.
CHAIN Fr. Home/commercial. Trade-Ins
,
estimates, Handy-Man F.nc. Co. up. All brands of equipment excepted. again and the buyer suspects nothing because the odometer and the title To see whether an odometer has been tampered with check to see if

Own.r Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 Hn Bulbs, parts, supplies, lotion.. Toning aKree. there are any marks on the odometer, or if the numbers are misaligned or
HANDYMAN carpentry painting, electrical tabl. ... Computerized "Acu-Mastage' stick. Logic to see if there are oil stickers inspection stickers or tire war-
complete' home repair. table. 1-8OQ.S44.TANN.lcan 88-121 ranty cards. If the odometer reading is less than 25,000 miles the car
Reasonable rates. Ikensed contractor. HALF PRICE Fantastic deal! Our best Fluorides Not Just Kid Stuff should have its original tires. Also examine the overall appearance of the
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn large flashing arrow sign $299. Are vehicle paying attention to brake pedals, carpet and other interior items
SEWING MACHINES sales and service, Lighted, non-arrow $289. Unllghted Preventive dental care will be the that, could provide a clue to the car's condition
all makes cleaned, oiled odlusted, $249. Free letters. See locally. Coll today Some things are left behind with foundation of good dental health for If you do suspect that a vehicle has been tampered with. Inform the Division
$15. All work guaranteed. Corn. Factory direct 1-800-423,0163 childhood. Unfortunately, tooth many years to come. And daily use of Consumer Services )1-800-342-2176: the Dept.of Highway Safety and
Morgan Rd. a CR 16 James Strickland, anytime decay is not one of them. Because of of fluorides will continue to be the Motor Vehicles, or wnte to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration '
964.S733.12/3TF PORTABLE DRIVE-THRU lc. cream cone this unhappy fact,' adults need cornerstone of the health-conscious NEF-20 400 Seventh St., S.W.,,Washington D.C. 20590. The
LAWN SERVICE for residential and com shaped fiberglass'restaurant, 12x25, fluoride protection as much as adult's dental regimen. Auto Safety Hotline is 18004249393. ,, '
m.rciol. Landscaping tr.. 'r.moval, loaded with stainless steel I equipment youngsters do.
lawns vacuumed. No lob too big or like new ready to move $31,000. Mur-
small. Free estimates, 9644238. 2/4TF fr..sboro, Tenn. 615.890-5100. Icon Little more than a ,decade ago
Wl DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John 88-129 dental researchers thought fluoride

D..r. $40 per hour Call anytime, 'OR SALE OR TRADE I KZ 900 motorcycle: exerted its positive influences solely '. -\.
7823306. 3/3 Stchg 3/31 1972 Comoro, extra nice; Ford Courier during childhood. They now know Thank you..,.,. ,
''' PAINTING Interior/exterior. Fr.. truck; all three run good Behind Post ,that fluoride is a potent versatile '
Bank ,
':" :" estimates. For a heav.nly lob at' a Office Cason Ave., Roiford. Itpd 3/31 decay-fighter for people of all ages, Community State, Bank, Ray Norman; Florida National, ', J.E.' "

4tpd righteous 3/31 price, call, 9642051. 3/10 MAYTAG Itchg 3/31 GAS DRYER. $135. 9646329 says the Florida Dental Association. ''Tomlinson and Jack Hazen: of' Hillandale .Farms Lake Butler, ,for, buying

I WILL BABYSIT lor you Monday thru', LUMBERs" 4 ply CDX plywood, $1.30.// Plaque' the major culprit;: in gum steer and supporting: me at the Florida State Fair.FLORIDA '
Saturday any age. Call Debbie, Alto,.pine,'treated pine and Tl-11. disease also plays a leading role in my ,
782.3615. 3/17 2tchg 3/31 Stephen Smith Lumber 44S-24Z4. 7 the .development of cavities. The .
WILEY LAWN SERVICE no lob too larg. miles South of Starke on' 301. Free bacteria in plaque combines with "
or small Free ..lImot... 964.7823 ,delivery. Itch, 3/31 'sugars and starches to form acids 'I ,\.,', ,
.".nlnv... 3/17 4tpd 4/7 LUMBER) J .xlO treated No., 2 pine
that attack tooth enamel. Decay '; \\1
COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, 3.4, Stephen Smith Lumber 7 miles ': ;."
acid
begins when repeated attacks '
painting, electricalplumbing.;; South of Starke en 301. Fr. delivery.
break through tooth enamel.In STATE\ FMR(\
Reasonable rot... Licensed contractor, 44S-2424. Itchg 3/31
TB0049306. Call Mitch, 4733940. TF UPRIGHT PIANO excellent :condition: ,
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"', EXPERIENCED MOTHER will babysit In my Tuning and repair service. 964-5497, cluldrens' teeth fluoride com-
home on State property. Flexible days after 2 p.m. Itpd 3/31 bines readily with enamel increas-, i.
and hours rate, 431.1077. 3/24 2tchg ing tooth resistance to acid attack
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I' 3/31 PIANO FOR SALE) Wonted-responsible and decay. Later 'in life fluoride
I'' '; WILL BABYSIT In my home Mon-Frl days party 'to ,lake ''over small monthly mixes with plaque and saliva. impairing r..
"'" only ag. 2 and up. Non-smoker, .x. payments on spinet console piano. Can plaque's ability to produce (
yja.;i';W" 'I"t perlenced. GriHls Loop 964.2349.3/24 'be seen locally. Please Include your acid. Fluoride can even help reverse
,'!i'l'I'" ,.v'J",, ,i.' 2tchV 3/31 phone number and ,writ.' to3 i Credit early decay by increasing enamel '.,
r.)' >",:t' ,\.' ,SPRING CLEAN-UP or compl.t. lawn Manager, Box 8547, Ft. My.... Fl. uptake of calcium and phosphorus to
tn",:iJSI. ;; '\;"y maintenance.'commercial or reslden- 33908. or 813-489-1522.. 3/24 3tpd repair weakened spotsa a process
.< tlal. Th. best for I.... Give us a call. 4/7 called reminerahzatlon
, we do It all. Free estimates. John ,STEEL BUILDINGS,40x75x12 $3.43 ft.:>
'" Lawn Service.782.3099. 3/24 2tpd 3/3r 40x100x14 $3.39 ft.r 50x100x16 $3.32
."i../ ;: K ft K CLEANING SERVICES Resldentlat ft.)\ 60x100x14 $305 ft; 70x100x14 Fluoride is particularly importantin
.'' and business,. personal services, '$290 '1.1: 100x100x12 $2767?. Allied managing dental conditions unique
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: 'I' ,., :, references avail obi.. 9644908.331 TF Steel, 18006354141. 3/31 4tpd 4/21 to adulthood and aging. As the
SEVERAL ITEMS tomato bridal wreath recede with age or as a side effect
( ,\\"rf:" ," ,,f. SEWING AND ALTERATIONS don. In my gums
1/t'r.( 'i ,,nIV: ', horn.. Call Mrs. Carpenter, 9646651. ,azalea, I and pot plants; camper Icebox of gum disease the newly exposed ->
+ furniture, canvas luggage, blue tooth root surfaces become'
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'J ) n.w ,roof, ''tear off, ,and leans. 964.8983. Itchg 3/31 vulnerable to acid attack. Fluonde
, \, recover. Work guaranteed. Call lamar LARGE ASSORTMENT of automotive inhibits the development of cavitieson
" Sims, 964.4331 anytime, Fr.. tools, and wood.working pow.r. tools, these surfaces as well as fighting
..tlmat... 3/31 TF 964-5576. Itchg 3/31 decay around the margins of old
, SEVERAL ITEMS gas grill $123,,5' B/W '
SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER Advice on dental fillings,
': business lov. and oth.r problems. TV$1 00; 13" color TV$7$. 2 end tables
, Special readings this w..k with this $25; ladies bike $40; stereo system Fluoridated water is the most efficient i- i4 t-- + y, a\\
ad. 782.9802, 'Itpd 331COMMERCIAL $125. baby pen $30. 964-8O45. Itchg and effective source of "
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FOR SALE Duncan Phyfe server $50.: antique
,Ii"" / PROPERTY dresser with carved oak I.af pull or 72. But even if you're not among
nm'Y rlj:<" RENT/LEASE/SALE $125; mahogany 3 drawer linen chest the 123 million Americans living in
'\\\\1 (..;, with cedar drawers $75 maple or as fluoridated water community add-on for
' ; personS and buslnessess for the supplied my
, (;1 1"" .". I old fluoride is available In over-the- I also wish to thank the following '
,I cherry book case $75.; 2 nice chairs.
;\+" ,1{ ':''Y, ,,,',' ;' FOR LEASE* 2,000 sq. ft.. 301 South $45 and $75. Hardcover books $.50. counter mouth rinses. toothpastesand steer; Mr. David Smith and Mr. Greg Alvarez my Vocational Instructors: Jerry Hamm
" "," acres from n.w KOA/Walmart. 475-1678 E.L 'Nook' Norman. Mr John Whitehead. Sheriff
331STRAWBERRIES Mr.
. I Itchg gels. Chevrolet. Jackson Building Supply.
;., < 964-8848, 964.8447, or eves, 473-3627,
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''I / :' 4/161fnchg Dolph Reddish. Mr. Maxie Carter, Pritchett Trucking Gold Kist. ,

;,I,,i;',',,,'.. 'I S', Research suggests that decay re- Marchese. Florida National Bank Mr; & Mrs.,. Charles McKinney.. Dr. Leonard Schlofman
/ .I' mains a threat even into old age and
1"1'/, '; r/,.,,,' that the incidence of decay will continue Krtstle Harrison and Billy Harrison.,
, 1 to increase as the baby boom
:H. ," !' generation ages.The elderly population Signed Sincerely Lance Wiggins
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'.J. R. Wainwright Produce' 1988 38th Annual '

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Learn word processing and!
Starke Lanes 964-8175 r
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US.Senator Bill Grant was the guest speaker the grmmbreaklngeerencnlef : : ,
for the new Bradford Enterprise Park last week In Starke.Sen. )
.Grant said be admire the people behind local project like the< NOVAS' -j.o-C
Enterprise Park saying the"challenge of the future waits for people with'' "
type of iplrlt." ',C ,>- From,
More... Warranty "

Enterprise Park, All..With Factory

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First Client....
learn and improve themselves has to
The first client which has chosen ,
commended and supported.This is
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the is Sunshine Industries
park as its home I''
a fine example of that spirit
and the Association of
""Many laugh when that
projects
Retarded Citizens. Under the directorship -
take some daring and foresight are
1 of Bob Larimer,the association -
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first proposed Grant continued. 1
has built a bustling productive
remember touring the old Bradford
i workshop at its old site on SR-16, ..
County Courthouse with Guy Andrews
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west of Starke a site has '
and others a few years ago '$149 monthNOPAYMENTS I
outgrown in recent years and I remember them saying how ,from per
vfhere couldn't be a better first
great it would be to have a college
tennant for this new economic park
there someday.That seemed
than Sunshine industriesSen.. farfet-i] ,
Grant this that said.gives'"An,people organization a chance like to can ched this county.be-at the-first. same now type its, a of reality.,project This for, r '"',':; >:1Until f::;(:;;

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MOBILE HOME 3 TON {;
CENTRAL, AIR $1 I y O Installed
A to!>notch unit designed
for mobile homes.SingleWide Subject to availability
Prlcedfrom, r
SAWYERGAS 1988 C-10

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332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701 $9750.
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FOREMOST PRIcE WISE Pees with tag&tax down

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comb ne 'to PRICES bring you AprI6 TtwuLOWER '4 ASTROS,STOCK' .;, 1\\

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1988 G-20 .r=
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Daniels, Lord 'Gin Conversion Vans. ,:,/,,;:" .
,Calvert by.UN.MY 1,'..''I ,
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,99,? ,59.9. '$16,499. T I'

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Relska 'Christian ',Canadian

Vodka ,Brothers Club

BRANDY ''
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6,99 '1 19,9, The Fastest Car. ,'S1lpELF RS .
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Stalingrad'Vodka t.7s ,, 9.99 A.f\GES

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Playing Every Fri&:Sat 9:00PM.. :30AM engine "

Linda Seay & Her-Midnight I AR4U t)

Express. Boys,
Good Country Music
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FAIR ORIAN WELLS
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Chevrolet ,- OldsmobileU.S.301
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I." ". Buy your t tlckst from any Rotary member

I I'' Bradford-Union County' ,4-II '&, :FFA.

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A Traditional Family Oriented Country ,Fair



Pope 2 Bradford County Fair April M ..;

and at the expense of exhibitors and concessionaires, Background draperies and side curtains will be pro;
Bradford County Fair who shall pay all expenses of conveying, delivering, vided by the 'Association! for all inside exhibit'

"o" 202 S.. Walnut,St/P.O. Box 576 / Starke;.I=32091' arranging and removing their exhibits,,and also cost space,

((904)) 964-5278 of erection of booths fixtures, counters and ,all apparatus Use ,of 'bottled gas containers (Butane, Propane,
Tn connection 'with their exhibit the same' to etc'.) Inside any Fair building is prohibited,

Rules and Regulations conform to the uniform plan of Fair Management.. All decorations must be fireproof and subject to the

(Please keep for your records) Electric lighting and wiring of every description; ''approval of the Fair Management:
-II shall be installed at the expense of the exhibitor and Machinery In motion must be enclosed with a railingat

under the supervision of the Fair Management. All ex a uniform height from the'ground or floor of two
All exhibits,, must be in place no later than 12 noonol"'the hibitors. or concessionaires must furnish their 'own feet six inches ((2'6")',, said railing to be placed upon or'

opening day; All space not occupied at thai' electric: light bulbs. ,within boundary of space occupied by the exhibitor.
time will to the Fair and all will b '
revert
payments <; During the operation of the Fair,, deliveries by truckon No claims for Injury to any person;,, or Injury to,, orloss
forfeited. The 'judging for all Fair booths will take '
the grounds may be made up to 10:00: a.m. and between ,of, any property account of fire and theft, for
'place from': 1:00: until 4:00: on opening day'.
p.m. p.m.{
3:00: and 5:00.: p.m only. any cause,, shall ever be Instituted against the Brad-
Refer to Fair Contract for this theme. All:
your years All 'exhibits must /'remain Intact until'11:00: p.m. ford County Fair Association, Inc.," its officers, or
participants ore asked to keep the Fair theme in mints '
'when booth. Saturday night (last day of Fair).. agents by or on behalf of any person, firm or corpora,
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assembling decorating
or your Aisles must be kept clear, no signs, banners advertising tion having license or privilege exhibit on the Brad
All
exhibits and 'goods' must be unpacked immediately
matter, decorations or parts of exhibits will be ford County Fair Grounds or in the buildings.In .

upon'arrival' and' empty" "cases, removed' ". by permitted,in the aisles. ,. ,,; .;' .:", -, case any exhibitor or. exhibitors conces.siona'ries
shall at any time be indebted to the Bradford

,,' '; ,', :: ;' ', <: :(': :" ',; ',,' County Fair Association Inc., the corporation shall
'. ;, : ; ,' :' :', ,. ', -:.: <, : /.. > ., have the right to retain possession. of all property of
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'" ." dispose of, either at public or private sale/. all or,any

part thereof that may be necessary to pay the' indebtedness -
', ; due the Corporation

", The exhibitor or concessionaire will not be permitted : ;
: ''rlt' ,to' sublet any part' of the space herein leased, or
;',it'' the exhibit therein any article other than those sold by
Community< himself and specified in the contract.'' "

,' Exhibitors can sell and may advertise and distribute
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State '>.';;';,,':,;,{:.}; only No,',(;speaking I devices ,will be''allowed ,In the

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Bankof .""i' "t' or signs or''on
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,..," Ir" ., must to firm or name to
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Ii,}: ''I::>"' ;,;.;: THE MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT to remove

i from the grounds any article, exhibit, show or conces-'
: .Starke :, > ;J; ,slon;' or, any part thereof,'',ior any'" appurtenances
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thereto including banners signs or advertising matter -,
< J':: I'' 'Ii which may be deemed unsuitable or': objectionableand
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'' privilege which action shall exonerate
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STARKE'S ONLY HOME OWNED ,:"\,"'',.:t; "' sionaires.Checks should be mode payable to;'' Bradford. Coun.
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SPECIAL'' EVENTS ", ": FEEL GOOD AGAIN

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ENTERTAINMENTTUESDAY :f,
"Pinched Nenes"t. :

APRIL 5th .' B........ '1. Rip\ Pita
1. w.,...k ..1. .. TIM Mooch*
5:00: p.m.: Fair Exhibit Building and Midway Opens ?. SkMM Palo. ,. ..1. D.... .
4. MHM| lips II., Nock ..1.
7:00: p.m.; Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Swine Show .. N.. .Is 1bto4. It N..' n.|."
III" ,Dli>U.M U. Pima T...
7:30: p.m.: Phenious Top and theFabulousPop

Top Cabaret' Show Find out now whether careful, professional'

8 &9:30: p.m.: Blue Grass Night- "Southern Pride, .chiropractic care can relieve' your aches and pains
MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED'STARKE
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WEDNESDAY', APRIL 6th ; .: ,:

1 11:00 a.m.: fair Exhibit Building Open ;,:;;}'yj\;, '....\"" ,,, 864 N. TEMPLE AVE (Across from Pizza Hut),
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1 5:00 SeniorCitizens PayA ;,; ,,1,
11.00 a.m. : p.m.; I I '.irt,1\ ,
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1 11:00 1 : a.m.:: ''Off icial"opening of the f fair and Starke WORLD-WIDE

Rotary Club's( Annual Rural-Urban Day,Picnic i 1 ', : ,

5:00: p.m.:"''Midway Opens

7:00,: p.m.'': Beef Breed Show, CREDITBEGINS

7:00:: p.m." : Martial Arts Demonstration '+ '
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8 & 9:00: p.m.-'-: "Silver Stars". ,Square Dance Club." -
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7:00: <;>'p.m. Beef Breed Sale :' '''/',: Around town'or around the w rld'.your Hometown To apply for your Hometown VISA or MasterCard,;
VISA and MasterCard are your key to world-wide stop by and visit with us today. II you already have
7:00: p.m..: Bradford-Union, 4-H & t FFA: Steer,Sale credit.And isn't it nice to know thai with all that ,either a VISA or MasterCard why not drop by and
convenience they're backed by a bank right here in see!how easy it Is to own both
,7:00:: p.m.River City Two Steppers and Cloggers, your own hometown.Today these prestigious .;J'
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8:00: ,& 9:00:: p.m.": Country and Rock and Rolt Night I As your"needs change: we're working hard to!help spa Lain. ,_
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I tan' only' say one thing that 'can .describe, my last y'earj.'f',' ;';:'/as I
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Strawberry Queen .. .., Wonderful. I ;" '.>"''I',' .",\I\,.',i' ", .. ,1r"(" ,

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My most exciting time of all was the time that I spent reigning over the

Bradford County Fair where I met many friends, felt the support of our com-
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it possible forme: to reign as your 1987 Strawberry Queen and also ,my

friends.and family for.!their,support., '


Tonight my reign comes to on end, I would like to congratulate my successor

and wish her a great year with many wonderful memories.! .


Thank you, Bradford County for,one of the most' exciting years of ,my,.life,

and you. will!' always be in my memories.!. / '
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Special Events ,(I. '". ,,,..' .:.,. 4 ,' :','I''I'\' '\ ,'.I"'I\G.\ ,U.' ...., :j "n.-, Wallace Ingrom '

Security & Parking . .':. ,. .. .'.. .f, ; ''". ', .,,,' i::',. .,'.,;., Jimmy, Bowen ADMISSIONS: General ,Admssions\ 1.00 per 'person, (first" grade *r adult

'Strawberry Queen Beauty PageantStarke ; kindergarten and under free).

Jr. Woman's Club ::'" r F .?: ,:. . ':.' M\ J J. ", ." Lorna Reddish
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Agricultural I ProductsSuperintendent / "I"I, ': A, \ tion; with awards given. ,
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Cattle I Superintendent I ,.. ., "..", ', "', ': |/ ., .? I d rews Exhibited articles not' be removed before 9 '
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Swine Superintendent ,',.I'; <.'I" ,,'. (. i, .'<.. .(": .'. . Dean Bennett Removal of exhibits prior to this' will be, reason for forfeiture of any premium

Poultry Superintendents_,,( ',: ; ." ,'.'<, 'J, .* t'' V.;t.:.". 0 Tommy:' & LeRoyce Edwards' ''monies awarded.
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Bradford Union 4-H & FFA Bradford FFA Limousin X Heifer Lake Butler sr. FfA Hereford X Heifer

Steer Show & Sale Bradford' FFA Angus X Limousin' Lisa Mosley Limousin Heifer

Show: Thursday, April 7, 7 p.m. .' .. Heifer, : '.. Chet Norman\ Limousin BuU

,Sale: ,Saturday, April, 7 p.m., Bradford FFA Angus X Hereford ,\,Jason Stalnoker 'Limousin X Heifer

Heifer Brittany,Ward, Limousin Bull.

STEER. EXHIBITORS Curtis: Clyatt Brangus$ .Heifer, 'Terry Whitehead Limousin Heifer
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Show Entries for 1988 Sarah Douglas 'llmousin Heifer Chamnin/ Wiggins Limousin Heifer,

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,BRADFORD 4-H, I' >. Billy,/ Harrison\ Bull Lance'Wiggins' Limousin Heifer! ,:

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SWINE SHOW AND SALE
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EXHIBITOR REQUIREMENTS! WEIGH-INS; j J. ''' _
a. All 4-H and FFA members wishing to enter' the 1988 Bradford-Union Swine Show & Sale a. The first weigh-ln" for the 1988 Bradford-Union Swine Show A Sal*Will b* Saturday?,,_
'must, along with their parents or legal guardians, join the Bradford Union Swine Association January 16,1988.b. '
no later than the October 1967 meeting. Membership duet are MO.00 per family. All registered swine will be weighed, tagged and tattooed on January 16, 1988, at the'
b.All qualified 4-H and FFA, member wishing to how a twine mutt attend school In Brad Bradford County Fairgrounds between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00: "a.m.Gate.will be lock
3 ford, or Union County and not have registered for th*Bradford-Union Steer' Show B Sal., ed at 10:00: a.m.
c. All 4-H and FFA member and one parent or legal guardian must attend three ((3)) out of, c. Maximum weight will be 90 pounds at the first weigh-In on January 16, 1988..Sealer weigh),
five ((5)) meeting from October 1987 through March 1988 before the Bradford-Union Swine' Is final. i
Show A Sal. Roll will be called at the beginning of each meeting. (Preferred meeting to attend d.The final weigh-ln will be Tu.aday"AprIl5.198t; at the Bradford County Fairgrounds, between
are November*January and February.) the hour of 7:00 and 9:00: a.m.Cat will b*locked at 9:00: a.m. '
d. All 4.H and FFA member mutt turn in an"Intent to Show/Membership"form at the October e. Minimum weight at the second weigh-In" on Tuesday, April. 5. 1988, will be 200 pounds.
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1987 Bradford-Union Swine Association meeting: ""J"l\,!,"\' Sealer weight Is final.
'e:.A non-refundable registration,fee of'10.00 end official entry' form must be turned In at the RECORD BOOKS!
November 1987 Bradford-Union Swine Association meeting.,1' "
-; '\' a.All 4-H and FFA Swine Record Books be turned
Project must in. up-to-date possible
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f.Each 4-H and FFA exhibitor all In of .
mutt
assume liability cat !injury or damage to,or tout-:; ,
the County Extension Office In Bradford or Union County no later than 4:00 p.m. on March 18,
.d by exhibitor' twine relieving the Fair Association and Bradford-Union Swine Association'\i#;
from all liability. ." ': ", .'Ii'i' }1988. This will enable judging to be completed and Swine Association awards to be presentedat
the fair.No exception will be mode. .
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SWINE PROJECT REQUIREMENTS: b. Each 4-H and FFA Swine exhibitor must personally, complete his/her own Swine Project

'9. All swine must comply with health requirements of the Division of Animals Industry, Record Book.GRADING. .
,Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Service :
b. All swine project must hove been owned and under can'ro"of! each 4-H' or FFA member, .
on their premises (land under their control) or the FFA Agricultural Barn premise. prior to a.All twin will be graded by a grader selected by the Bradford-Union Swine Association:
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,January 16,1968.' committee. ,
c. Each 4-H and FFA swine project must be maintained In a separate' pen,."whether. on your b.Only twin; conforming to established. show standards' :;quality. and grading No. 1 on hoof
own premises or at the FFA Agricultural Barn(Only one hog per pen) will be accepted. .
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d. Each 4.H and FFA swine must be cared for by Its exhibitor only. This means relatives and c.Rejected swine will not"allowed I In the show barn,except the' freezer hog.,
friends cannot raise your hog for you.
..All entries and award in th*Market Swine Show hall be subject to the Bradford County. .SHOW: /la
Fair Rules and Regulations published in the 1988 Fair Premium Book.
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Only twin that were weighed, tagged; and 'tattooed on January 16; 1988. meeting show
weight and grading requirements will be shown bt the 1988 Bradford-Union. ,Swine Show. No,
exception will be mode.
b. All entries and awards in the Market Show shall be subject to the Bradford County Fair.
Rules and Regulations as published In the 1988 Fair Premium Book.
"HAVE TRUCK,

WILL ,TRAVEL"Davis SALE: ,

a:All twin will be sold' to'the highest';!bidder.b. .
', Swine must go directly to slaughter following the tale. ,
Express, Inc.PX c.A 5'%\ soles commission will be deducted from 'the tale price to defray'the coil,of the Swine'
Show*Sole. ,
U.S. d.Animal will be shrunk 3" and told at shrunk. weight final weigh-In weight. will deter
Box 1276 301 South
mine sale weight.Scaler weight final..
Starke Florida 32091' e.:The coot of' the photo Is not to exceed '10.00 and will; deducted from the proceeds of the
J sole,

FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ALL :THE PRECEEDING AND ANY ADDITIONAL

BRADFORD-UNION SWINE ASSOCIATION RULES AND REGULATIONS MAY
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RESULT IN EXCLUSION AND/OR EXPULSION FROM THE 1988 SHOW AND

SALE AND/OR RESULT IN REFUSAL FROM SHOWING 1N FUTURE SHOWS.THE
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I HERDSMAN AWARD POULTRY AND RABBITS II

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Chairman . , , , " I Committee Superintendent,:' . . . . . , . . . Tommy: C LeRoyce;, Edward

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A livestock exhibit
require great attention to neatness, deadlines arid< sanitation to t be "
presented to the general public. Realizing that the herdsman I I. directly responsible for the condition 1 t. Exhibit will be taken on Tu.adQ'Aprl'5.' from 7:00 arm: til! 10:00 a.nv,Judg ing;will'; begin '

*of his exhibit and it"quarter, this award should be on Incentive to the livestock' barn at 10:30: a,m.. No one allowed In building while judging is going on. Exhibit must remain" in

The following score card will be used. to select the first and .second place winner of this awardIn place, until 10:00 p.m. Saturday. April 9, .1' .'
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both cattle and swine exhibit: 2. exhibitors are responsible for feeding and watering exhibit EACH DAY ,*,

Condition and cleanliness( of.exhibit '25 point. Cleanliness, of stall 25 point '3.'All !bird: and rabbits. entered must be free from parasites and disease. ,

Attractiveness of exhibit and equipment 15. 4. All poultry entered must be accompanied by a certificate of purchase indicating, that the

point Cleanliness of aisle 1i points. bird came from "ullorum-Typhoid( clean Hatchery If this certificate is not presented an official ",

Neatness and appearance of exhibitor 10 points General 1 Cooperation 10 point. ', negative Pullorum.Typhoid test will be given by an Inspector, courtesy 'or the Florida'' 'ii,

PRIZES A will be Department of Agriculture at the time of f entry <.. ,
: trophy provided for the Outstanding Herdsman by '
the Stark 5. Individual enteriet will limited at the discretion of the Superintendent.
Rotary Club.
,A '5.00 a"ord..11I; be given for ;nectnesti and cleanliness of exhibit during the fair

CATTLE.. lit '13.00; 2nd '10.00; 3rd';- '5.OO.;,', '; : [ ',' : :. BLUE AWARD3.00 RED AWARD '2.00 WHITE" AWARD M 1.00
The best. bird and; the best rabbit will award addition, Blue
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J ;,,'I :,; ;.; ';. ;,:::: ..: ". Ribbon, Award Best Rabbit Award ;'2.00- Blue. Ribbon '

'" I ,,' u'' '1'\\' : il il1j'(\ +;,!,,;\, "" ,1 Best Poultry Award; '2.00. Blue Ribbon Neatness 8 Cleanliness.Award .*5.00' .
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1. All eggs must be chicken eggs and selected by the exhibitor; '','

;2. There'; .will be an extra' ,; large and a large class for white and Telecommunications ,964-4980. Starke\0\,\' ,.,, "

brown eggs, ''964-7880 Starke2820177Jax '

3. Large eggs shall overage not less than':' 24 ox per dozen, Extra Sound & Security '
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2. Extra large white eggs Extra large brown eggs /I.fy"' '> ,' '" ,"
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Superintendent' . . Bobby Taylor
Intercom3,6or0lines! .r.'

i: Entries will I be accepted between 9:30: a.m. 7:30: p.m, Man t

day,'April,6. Entries must remain'in,place until )10 p.m. Saturday, Music-on-hold ,t.

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BLUE .AWARD '3.00 RED AWARD.'2.00 c' ". ) .'
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lot Loll 2 I Best Individual vegetable vegetable display. 16- .,1 t, '.. r't

.'1 lot 3 Individual fruit p--4- .; jJ.

, Lot 4 Individual nuts(lib: each variety;" ) '

, :.' .' lot 5 Rare specimen ; Jmm.)
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'\'J'' lot' 2 Best jar of honey. in comb ,. Cal Waiting f k Q. r_ !

':'::. '., > lot'3 Best, |jar of syrup Clock > I .r .,' ___
; '; ', lot 4''. Other miscellaneous e CO !Line Status .
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f:'" HOME DIVISION .e Rex. Night S>.Ic. ,,"11\;\. ". '. '
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:i. ,: Superintendent. , ,'. . . . ."lane. TonlyRules ( e Hands Free Answer .,. ", 1 : Technology
:' and Regulations e Many Many More 'tt'" State-of-the-Art T ouc h-T one.
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for competition with award, of either cash or ribbon given,' .' ,;'; ..: ':, I>. '... "i Passive I Infrared Security
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exhibited) at the Bradford County Fair, )" ." ,II > '!," Battery Ba C k-
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5. Alt entries' must be clean and In good condition and must
have been completed within the post twelve ((12)) months.
6. No two ((2)) entries, in the. same section, will be accepted, 'for Home and Business

from one ,individual, .
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Peg. B Bradford County_Wr. April M

'CenMsted trews p"sg. 7 13. No commercial mixes or products to be ...t.r.... Cakes. Sec. a Tomatoes let '1.00, ,2nd.7S" 3rd.SO'
.... 7. Entries must be brought to the Fairground for registration and pie may be picked vp after the judging I I. completed.. Alice See. 9 Soup Mixtures ht.'I.00 2nd.7S" 3rd.5Q'
during scheduled hour Entries will be accepted,Monday; April will be kept for exhibiting. See 10, ,Miscellaneous. ht.'I.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO' -

4, from-**)a.m. to 7i30' p.m. only. 14. All baked. product; must be on a heavy piece of cardboard
B. Exhibit article may not be removed. before 10:00: p.m. on' covered with aluminum foil, not to exceed. 2 Inches beyond baked > CLASS II FRUITS
Saturday, April 9th. Removal of exhibits prior to this time will be product. Entries will not be accepted if these requirement. See 1 Apples. 1st-1.00 2nd.7S"_ 3rd.SO',
'reason for forfeiture of 'any premium monies awarded. Exhibitors ore not met. See 2 Berries 1st. '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO"
must be personally responsible for their article the See 3 Figs 1st '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
15. Each product entered must be accompanied by recipe :
See 4 Pooch. 1st -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
.The Fair Association will assume no responsibility for the
damage or las of article exhibited.. Reasonable care will be exercised FOOD DEPARTMENT I See S Pear! 1st-1.00 .2nd.7S' ,,3rd.SO"'
to safeguard the article left for display but the Fair See 6 Mioc.llan.out 1st I\OO\ 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'

Association will In no way be liable. CLASS t CANNED PRODUCTS CLASS/ PICKLES
10. Judging will take place Tuesday, 9:30: a.m.12 noon. No BEST OVER-ALL ROSSETTE See I ''Bread 9 Butter ht.-1.00 2nd.S'" 3rd.SO"'
allowed in Building while judging I I. going on;Exhibitors will Divllon.00,;
one Adult Division/ '$.00 Youth Sect Cucumbers\ 1st; '1.00 '2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
be disqualified If talking to the (judges, CLASS I VEGETABLES See 3 Dills let -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.5Q'
11. A Blue Ribbon will be awarded a Red Ribbon and a White Sec 1 Beans Ist-M.OO, 2nd-7V 3rd-50: See 4 Fruit let- '..00 2nd.7S"' 3rdS0'Sec
Ribbon In each section at the discretion of the judge There will Sec 2 Corn ht -1.00 2nd-7S' 3rd-50- S Vegetables l ht '1.00 2nd.1S' 3rd.SO"
be"BEST OVER-ALT'' rosette awarded. Sec. 3 Greens Ist-M.OO .2 d-7S' .3rd50Sec. See 6 Peppers let-1,00. 2nd.1S' '3rd.SO'.
12. Exhibit of conned good must be In standard clear white 4 Okra ht '1.00 2nd-73' ,3rd-SO See 7 Miscellaneous '1st- '1.00',2nd.7S', 3r .SO'
conning |lars labeled with name and telephone number of person See: 5 Peas ',,\ let Y'1.00. '. 2nd-75' 3rd-50'. ..
and name of product on bottom of |or. Use standard JARS ONLY Sec. 6 Potatoes 1st. M.OO 2nd-75' 3rd-SO' CLASS IV'' RELISHES ," ,! .

(quarts, pint or half-pints); Sec. 7 Squash ." ', ;', >. ':',' )O'.II.00', 2nd-75'. 3rd-50' See 1 Cucumber ';11 i ',i,,: '; ht.01.00 2nd.7S" ', 3rdS0'Sec
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See 3 Vegetables ,'1.00'2nd7S' 3rd.SO'
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Starke City Officials Salute'' CLASS V PRESERVES
I See I Berries. I.t. 01.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
See 2 Figs 1st- '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
i The ,Bradford County ;Fair! See 3 !'each... 1st 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
See 4 Pears ht t !'LOO 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO"
See S Strawberries! ht '1.00 2nd.7S', 3rd.SO'"

. ....} YAan r .rM See 6 Miscellaneous ht ; '1.00 2nd.1S'. 3rd.SO'
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1 Berries 'ht.4'1.00 2nd.7S" ;::3rdSO" '
See 2 Citrus let1.00 2nd.1S' 3rd.so'
Sec 3 Fig" 1st '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd-S0'
See 4 Grape 1st- !1.00 2nd.7S, 3rd.SO'
See 5 Peaches ht !.1,00 2nd.1S' '3rd.SO'
See 6 Pears .1 1st '1.00 '2nd.7S' 3rd.5Q'

See 7 Strawberries hI -1.00: 1 2nd.'S' '3rd.5O'
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'k." ,See 8 Vegetable : i ,ht -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.O'
'/ See 9 Mango ," 'ht.-1.00 2nd.7S' 3rdSO'
See 10 Butters ,' let-1,00" 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
SeeJI) Miscellaneous. ,' f.....1.00 nd.1S.. 3rd-SO'
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Sec 1 Apple hI tl.00 2nd.7S" '3rd.SO'
Sec 2 Berries let .' '1.00'' 2nd.7S" 3rd.SO'
.r.r1st See 3 Citrus ht '1.00'2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
Sec 4 Peaches '' ,I' ht 01.00 2nd.7S" '3rd.SO'
See S Pears ht 4 '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.50'

See 6 Figs" t,,.i l ht.-1.00 2nd.7S" 3rd.SO'
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Se-c 7 ,I' I hI. 1.00' 2nd75't 3rd.SO' '
Sec B Mayhew/Plum',; ''f; W-111.00 3td.SO'

See 9 Vegetables .}', ,2; ,let .. '1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
See 10 Strawberries 'i" 1st -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'

l l row: Charles Schaefer.' .Jimmy Crosby, Vernon Silcox, Travis Woods; Sec i 11 .Miscellaneous .t.'I.00 2nd.7S"" 3rd.SO'

2nd row:,;Jimmy Bowen, Bobby Biggs, Nell Tucker and Terry! Brown. (

CLASS VIII JUICES .
I Sec I Tomato' lit. '1.00 2 d.7S' 3rd.SO'
See 2 Fruit' ht 1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
'" : See 3. Miscellaneous, : .J, .' let .i'1.00' 2nd.75' 3rd.SO'
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See 2 Cites 1st -1.00 2nd.7S' 3rd.SO'
See 3 Strawberries ', hI ,'J.OO ,
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t'' I' CountyFair 'j 1"1'" a".', Sec 5 Miscellaneous ''iot r. '1.00, 2nd.7S' 3rd-SO'
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NEEDLEWORK UK 7 Dr..4, child il.-3.00' 2nd--2 00 :3rd.'l\.00 .
Loll _. Won1.n "'.".00 2n4-200 :a..Io" 00 L.6 il sw.eter. Men 111. ,00 3067 00 314.9 As t
BEST .OVER-ALL- ROSETTE lot Searl .11M.OOI.2.0O 1 Ind-TS' _!O' Lot 14 N.eols. Wa.oo .......00 _,".00 Ord 9 AS
'J lot '10 Show! ,, lnd--t 00' Ird-TS' Lot 15 Tab1Klot/1/ '... ,.00.....'200 2.6'100
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'. .Lot. 16 V..t. ,...".... 311-1. 00 1.673'LM
Adult Division S.pO Youth. Division, 5.00 ; lot I 111 UlpoortVoM' """.00 2nd'ioolnd100 :a..Io7" .
I _' Hot 11 S..01 Of. ChUd I h'-" 00 3rd-'I.OO t7 v..t; Wont'' ,... ,.00 2.6', 00 3,4.73'
CChoI"': '.a 0ebi... Gernt.ntno lot I* aw.YO.r. Men t-1.00 Ind-lOO :3rd-'IOO Let II S.d M.ks1 1.1.'1.00 _75' 3.4.10'Lot
( knit orht) It IM0'400 ,.....75' 3.4.10"
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LW14 Swo.t.r. W_. ,.. -, DO lnd.1.00 3rd--l.aa
Lot t saby.. Drw ,.-., 00' 3,675' W.SO' lot IS Mon ...--,DO 2nd200lnd100' 3rd-M.OO. Lot 20 Lop '....'.00 3.673' 3.630'
Lot 3 GM'. 0.001 10".00 _75' ;trd.SO' tall 16 V..q Won,.. ...--,00 3rd--l.Off &.121' Cope ,....,.... 3M.7 00 3.69 00
101 I "Merwlt" 1....\.OO "."" -75' 5rd-SO' Ull 17. od _et' "t'I.OOM'IOO _75' **so- Let 22 _. Pot
Leo d hntidt. 10'.00 2nd.75' ;!rd.SO'LoIS LM1,is sloe" 2nd 11114... 001.. ., 1.1.".00 21.79' 3.650'Lot '
01... Skirl ........00 "."" -75' 3rd-80" lot I 19 Aakot. ,..-.100 2.d-7s'-TV, ;SrdSO1Srdso- 2:1: Mt.n/1.nsou./ 1.1.1 I.OIO. 211.7. 3.630'
Loll "" '. MWt '..- '.00 2M-7s'' w.SO" lot 20 MIit r1.aw 1.1AO) _75"
Lot 7 0.715 W. .1119.00 2nd-73'. ;trd.O' .3r.O' CLASS GAIMSNTI.L.dIet a Gills '
Loll Slop.- '....,.00 2nd.75' 3.650' c..... am.-Cndrt.y: 'ot' '0.. 15.110117. ._ ,...'200 '211.700 ."3rd 9,00
LoI' SMnt.. W. ....'.00 2nd-73' 3rd-37 lot I .. I_ Lot 2 Cost, 111.4.00. 311.7 00 ,354"1 00
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''LoO 10 G.//. SuM '....,.00'' ,211.73' ;tr.1O'Lolli Lot 2 Soby Cool. _.... ".00 3ro.1.002nd7V WI I _.... Apron ....')1.00 311.75' "3..30'W
0kI'. _.. .'.'.'1.00 _75' 3.-50' Lao... I 4 .4.11.. .. ....., ..0075' ,....10'LoI
Lee 12 '1.1-.1.00. 2nd-7r; _10' ptacaMtoby 0111 ,...t00| IrdWIntSO S ......... c.. .1.t.1.00 lnd.'l 00 ,.'..75',
.LM. 0 Or-ch c.et. .
Loll Atohan .ll.MOOUMOO and-TS- '* Lodi"
a... I.Kni..... LW4 ..... iljdul .. 3n7TIndloo Ird-SO .1f-.net M oe.1M '....'.00 2..73' 3,430',
toe I Ayt... ... I 10.4.00 2nd.'I.00 _" ..00of &.II .....,- ...-'100 3rd.-l.OO LoI7 ........ 750-.0.1 W..3'.
\ I .....c.p, _. lot eo. c... '-he ,...-3 00Ut100 lno-1.00 3rd-M.OO I... W.dd.y 0.51..
...... _.u. Lee 7 Draw, ChIld """ .-2.00. srd.ii.ooko.l.00 15"11. Ocaa'300 _".00 ;3.4'I00
5151. 10 h. .9.00 2n673' 3,1-50' loll 0. ., Woman lot-? 00 tots 0001. __ 1.100 211-.00 3.470'
Leo 3 411"v. Afgh".. 10..00 20-673' ,.W ''I! lot _" ,.,...00 2nd1002ndTl. 3.630' Leo 9 ......... _Dr.1
Low 1 baby. 91.1111 1...9,00 20-67!' ;rd.w lot 10 Shawl 1M100UtlOu .....''.00 IrdTS'IrdTS' 3 pYOt e.r0'ON' 10.'200 3069.00, 3.1.75'
lot 3 5.441 4 1.1.400 _'2.00 _" .00 Lot 11 Shp, ..s 2nd.-l.00 lot 10 ........ l.cb.1 10.'200 3,4-1.00 3rd73'Ieo
Lot I Coot c... "MncM 4.1 ".00 2.17.003.69.00 WI II SwwOr. ChIld IM-1.00 ind--roo _-/.00 11 ......... A.nq.uh ,.-'100 _.,.... 3.672'
Lot II ........ _....... '''.'100 2.4.9,00 2.75'
.Lot..11 .Lodi" Mai. "111.4 00 30672' 3,630'
&.lId .. 100-0-511 '....'.00 ,11i0-d-73. _10',
a Let ''I .L.0" 000101.1.+1.00. _75' 1.-30'
Leo II M1well..e.u. "!:':I.OO ,211.73' _10'

CLASS V-C&.0-.0 ._a sq.Lott .

.' .;.- Coot. 1.0-7.00. Jnd-.oo 3.412'W
ENRON GAS PROCESSING: '. 2 5.110. "...,.... 2nd.2 00 3rd-9,00 w.
&.II TWon.ty 01 .1..1. .10-1,00 2nd-7S' _10'
'' ; : tot. _. p.1..n. ,.....,1,00. 20-673' .3.650'.
"" LoI I T00ls. ....dW..torn l .
PART OF YOUR LIFE'' IIhlttt 10'.00'' 7.1.4.00 :..75': ..

Loll V... I.-'I.OO )..,5'; 311.10'

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CLASS VI.11440011E ,
.. Loll 141. 111141. '1.00' 2nd3.d30', ;
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Lot 2 ocIl" Gnown'' ,,'.'2.00"1 2n64,0O'. 3.673'
Lot 3 LooII. $lip. .1.1.'2''00 20-69 00 :3.675'
.ofF'lori'da's : :' Lot 4 LodiSlipper.. '.'''.00 2nd.1.00 W.75'
'Some major energyneeds ," Let I ladl" Robe "111.7,00 '' 2ncj. .00' ::365-

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are being met by two important .:::.',;'::" ", .::-:' .''I 3rd-SW, Lot L ;. Sed.p.od 11.1.4.00' :! .DO

Lot 2 T.hl.lsth 1.noh.or -
,1'1 .' '! S11. ,.... 5un.. .....'300 'ncI."00 ..". .00
facilities of ENRON INC. ', L..U Tablecloth. .

C.MI.wldIIng'.' ,111.300., 2nd,".00 3.4"100
''Lot d TabIK1.51.. Cowd.dCoo. .
located in Bradford County. oa 3111.1 94-3 00 2.47 00 W..OO.
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., .?. Lot S, Tbl-loth c.-
Ililch 1300 :2ncI-2.00 '''.'' 00
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Lot 7 11W-oh L......, E.0Moldery
> ', 'h'3.oo 2.200 ".'100,
f'' Enron Gas Processing is annually ,: ,: : '. 'i''I\ 'I; ." rl.1... T_ ,..... 'h.;.,.... Ind-73.' "' .!O'
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bradry" 1.0.700 2......, 00 ;tr.7S'
.. ; too .13 In--ft ((4)) """ .00 2nd.75' .d.W
producing 45 million gallons of ; Lot ''d 0001150 1.0,1,00 2..75. :3rd-30'.
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.: &.lIS pot ."ckra. 1.0."1.00 2nd-73'' 3,630'

f I such fuels Lot :: Ctuflt Guilt.::: Machin.Miry ((3)) Md. 111 011.7: 1 :: =:::00 3,6 3.160'teo .

;J: specialized as propane tot ''I Quilt, Nord. SIId.d "...., 00 2nd..200 "3'I 1 00
Lot It OWIt Top o..Jy 1.1.7 00 211.'1 00 3.67.
I .Lot 20 0.1t. Appllquo h-".OO 211.'I 00 .3.673'
: butanes and natural Lot 21 Quill Eck-lied ,...'200 2nd.'I''00 ",..75'Lot
: : : ; '::1 22 s.o.t ,1.1','1.00 E.1-72' ;3.130'lot
I ,, n MI....,.._ '....1.00 2ncI-75' 311-S0'

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.. I Lot I Embtoldt.y. ..w_ '
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Loll' To"I"It ,,1.1."1.00 2.1.75' ".,.10'
1.13 5.1.11.53.150.449. ,.,." 00 2d-7S'. W.SO'
Lot d LI.ddorf, ,1.1.9, 00 211-75' W.W
i: .t5 Loomed' '1.-'1,00 3rd-75'. 350' ,
Florida Gas, Transmission Com ; Lot 9'' Cut W.ck,", .10-1 00 2nd-7S'. ,3,1 10'
Lot 10'c.._ Stitch 'lilt-9.00 2nd.75'. 3.450'
:' ;. .Lot 11, C..1ocI Ctooa Slitch .1.-4.00 2nd753.d SO"

pany Compressor r Station 16 Provides ': :-.'. .::: ,', : ," lot 12, MI.c.llon,, ;".-.1.00. 2nd-75, 3..10'


'link I CLASS lot I V'X'P' = kll>g' ...,.0,00 ;and-1.00'' 3< ;J a vital in the system Lot 2 Countocl (ro.. Stitch ,...., 00 ,"" .'1.00 31.75"'
Lot 3 c.-I ..,-., 00 3.1.'1.00 3 Lo.4' Ctoch..ad'' ,...'200 'nd." 00 '3,60-.
:{ > that delivers 85'percent': ofFlorida's # lot S c.... Stitch .111-700 2nd-4,00 3 '1 : Lot I ..........-.. G.n.rd. '...'200 2.1.".00 ,3.d.71"'
'" Lot 7 Embraid.y. Lk" 'd 1.-400 2nd00. 3<<1-,,'
''Lot I fabric' 1.0-1 00 2nd-7t'. 3.610'Lott
:: ( ;, ; natural gas supply. ,. ,' :, !, .Loch Hoot 41t-7 00 _" .00 3 d.7S'Lot
,, 10 N"dlplnt, '''.''.00 '...1.00' 3,475'i .
r"" } '.: ,,1 i'LoIn p.1chwMk. ........._ '.
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t.? I. 040.4 1.-700 2ncj..oo "3.673'Lox
:. :' : in '' .. 13 0ulh.d Nord 11Itch- .
> "We are proud to play "pur part }: .: 1 ., ocI .,..." 00 2rd-'l' 00 /:lrd-75'.,
lo' ,11 0.111.d Mochlre. ,
..-.,.00 14.4'00. "'d.75'.

'' ''i' th.succ'ess of Bradford County 1 :: : .Leo. IS Pillow-'L.1. .' !..Saby 1.0-4 00 I.,2nd-73'. 3nl-W'%
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Lot I. Top -'ocI' Only """.00 2ncj.'t.OO 2,1-75,
Lot 17 Aoylla.. 50.1.4 ,..."00 _" .00 3 673",
Leo to ........ o..dle punch '''.''.00 2.d-1.00. ,...75"
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t.119 AU"1.111.00.' 2nd-73' 3,630'
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\ ,' 't. CLASS VII .HANOIAGS

.. ', . \ Lot;, G.wW C..N.-kkwv. 1.-7.00 1902: :00 3164.00 2.6'1.00: 3,670 3.61.5'LM :

\ ', : .. V; ,I''' I\V\'i' : : ;\: 'r :'' ''', :" : / Lot 4 CounIocI C.- 0.00.1.' 1..00 -.00.,3675' '!,
'ENRON GAS PROCESSING : i. ;,: ,'Y :: ,. Lot .- I."d I.-., DO ..,....'.00 1,673"
Lot a ............... -.. 1200 ;Ino!! 1 00 ,3.473'

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Bradford County Fair.Emil 88


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- p.m. Monday and Tuesday March 29&30.
g Needle Work Continued' STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT EXHIBIT '
Lot 7' '._.......liquid. ,it--2 00 it..d.'IOO 3>d.75' Sponsored by Bradford Education Association (BEA) 6. Judging will be Wednesday March,31' at
Lot. MuleXni I't 00 znd-75 VdW( 9;00 a.m
Junior Senior 7-12
Divisions K-6 8.Mitecllaneoui
Industrial Arts
Lot 0 t 1.02 00 2nd MOO 3nl-7S'
'lot ID latch Hook ,..'.'200 JndMOOJnd'l\ 3.07J3rd7y. 1. All items must be the work of a student t,Drawing 9. Baking '
totUlai i t MocranwOwlH *t-'300 00 ''2.Paintings 10 Sewing
12 N..di.pnni' '1.3 00 2nd00\ """S' completed while in Bradford County School. 3 Ceramics
/ 1 It Consumer Education
Lot 13' '
d AAocHm riooi
IOIMlot 'OullMd'....not ,,.loo Jnd'l 2nd-1 00 00 3 3rd-7s>d." ,,2. Items will be judged on their merit and not 4. 3DimensionalObect' | 12. Miscellaneous :'Home
IS ,M..01''_ 1 lit M 00 2rd-3 3rd30e against the work of another student.. Economics 13.Miscellaneous Written Work
5 Miscellaneous Arts A Crafts14..Short Stories.
'3.: Only will be ,
one entry' per category accepted 6.Woodworking t5 Poems
7.Metal Working -- ,
4. Group'entries accepted. Grand Prize Junior Division: Rosette
5.:Entries will be accepted 8:30: a.m. to 8;00Jflfce Grand Best Prize' In-Category Senior Division. Rosette Rosette

I. .- frut fnteoorv 1st.Blue Ribbon 2nd.Red Ribbon 3d-WKite Ribbon

FAULKNER REALTY, INC.us .

Hwy 30T e,Starke' e 964-5069<;> Milt

1 1. Block/ South of State Road 100 !4 !
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VISIT J1l&ussoriu_ IDtfyAtj gad J&unU

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supports the Bradford County Fair.,
SUPPORT
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'THE iIAVEt: Custom floral basket' Easter boskets, home accessories'8''
, .r' J A gifts, for all occasions., '
FAIR! ,
We Appreciate Your Patronage
1R GREAT TIME I 'HOURS:9:30-5:30.: : M-F; Sat. 9 to 4 p.m...:

5D4 w.-cast. ,A Specialty Gift Shop

Stanfrr 7ttL, .'964-&S47



Keystone' A visit to Clay Electric Co-op's fair booth,

could, 'mean dollar" savings to you.


Learn 'more about, I,

State Bank D Home insulation' 0 Home site orientation

O Appliance ,labeling, 0' Shading

I Keystone Heights Melrose Mlddlburg D 'High efficiency heat pumpsCLAY
Serving our community sine 1'5JI

473-4933 ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC.
"Personalized service. It makes the difference.'"
FpiE Q B C Keystone Heights District Office: 473-4917

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Manager BradfordUnion,




Swine Producer's'

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Bite-Size Dinner 99---------
Shrimp $
:'Invites You'to: Visit
/A generous portion of.delicious bite-size Cried shrimp with ooddall sauce 6-ench hies cole slaw and
two hush puppies.

Ha***-mr-_'''' __ .4& Captain DkA 4-H, .and,FFA, .Youth Swine, '"

4/1 '' great little seafood place.. .,, Exhibits I"", at the" J" '
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2 Three-Piece Fish Dinners $$5:99--------: BRADFORD. ;,'COUNTY, 1', "FAIRPag.10 ,

Each dinner includes three' golden-brown fish/fillets,french fries,'cole slaw and two hush puppies "

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,Cordially invite ,everyone to attend and enjoy ', "
the 38th Annual Bradford County Fair ...
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April 5 9. 1988




Visit

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STARKE, FLORIDA 964-6078
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,KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: ,. FLORIDA 473-4973 !"'

t ''f. E.L.Norman"Nook" 'LAKE,BUTLER, 'FLORIDA '-''':496-3079
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Complete, Line'Hardware & Building Supplies,
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Carter Wilbur,Waters H-lie\r on the Ix>nl')Jesus Christ: and thou shed( be Saved, ...<.*' An '16:31PARRISH'S : '

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, ;>1JR. &ARCARP. < OUNTRv1Ay THOMAS AUTO PARTS
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FOOD STORE.. ,
; "% ountry 964-5611
tI'h @ ::z' .' I Lake Butler :'

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I arpets &> '

'! Pleases Us" Hosting Filter
leasingYou: ,
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FREE | ( Autolll Plugs
Monroe Shock
' 'I z 0 DRAWING g> TRW Engine Port
ts 496-2067
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? FREE Stop at our
SHOP AT HOME SERVICE Booth and sign- 0I | :
Our carpel coordinator willgladly up to, win I 3)) OWNERS'
oil a 1 jour/home with USDA Choice Beef
I: samples md five' In,' BOobligation THREE FREE' Doyle and Brenda'!Thomas{
estimate Cut to Order
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rooms :i
Middleburg 282-3736 "
car etin .
Starke 964-6108 ,. ... I
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,; Carpet ,I' Vinyl Flooring
a FINANCING AVAILABLE ,Allen'sOffice Wood Flooring ., cwrawk..Tile
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,# WMrPDOVED CHEDII, '" Carpets o-.ed "
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,,6' 1836-F Blending BlvdSR( 21)) c..o Supplies
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Middleburg, FL 32068 '
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((904)) 282-3736 1"Ln." Teal I 1.- '
Hours:9:005:30: : U- Printing
1&44 8,Walnut(US 3O1 S.I| '_ R
Star<.. FLt2Oe1 i _eo.. tile & 'Carpet

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((904)) 964-8925 131 N. Cherry Street
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' 'Your,Patronage of'oiir Custom Framing Art Supplies

,advertisers will be
Bttty Alton/ ,OwnerManagerAnn S_Ronnie or'Jennifer. Offlcel964.74D
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County Fair; April' 88 '>

10. The Fair Association will assume no responsibility for the CLAWS l..NON,PLOWSSING' tot E M1.cellon.eu.. .' C""u... .
Lot T MI.-' Su Monts
? ARTS' AND' CRAFTS damage or loss of ankles exhibited. Reasonable care will be HOUSE .PLANTS. Lot Opun'('rick"1" )
lot I "Afou.o.1. fcuoUo (Norfolk "Island' Ho.| J
Grace Faulkner. . . . . . Chairman exercised 'to safeguard the articles left for display but the toil DiaH.-, (Dumb Can.: ) Lot Co.......
loll
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Lot '10 '
Fair Association will In no way be liable. Lot' 3 aroce.nro' Lot I. .......,..,
11, Judging will take place Tuesday at 10:001m'No: one Is Lot 4 plies
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while is Lot' I __ No ,, CLASS. IV,,tIANG/NG,. / IASMIlS
BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE allowed in the building judging going on Lot ilodond"n I .
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Lot 1 (Sp.l'Ion'l
12 New categories'may be created at the discretion. of the Lot T ._ (Arrow hoed or Iold V.Iv.1), ChlerophyNm
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ADULT DIVISION S.OO YOUTH DIVISION $3.OO Lot 2 Trodo.can/he/ (wonderlng.law1L.
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LDt' o (Deik' 1Yy,0011),, ,
judges, Lot S Mkcollenoeus
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Col.w
13. Institutional class will not be in competition with general Lot 10MI..II.......... Lot 4 Floctronthvk. (Swodlth Ivy)

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Rules and Regulations "" i Lot I Plorto .' ,
> YOUTH DIVISION ADULT DIVISION t : I :': Lots Polypo&un '
1. All exhibits In the Ant and Crafts Division will be limitedto | 3 F....'
\. Lot "A.porog0
hobbyist ONLY, Professional and/or commercial'' exhibitors INSTITUTION DIVISION Let HOUSE l 11.0tpoul1.PLANTS .i\,Akkan' I_,, I Lo" ...- (Nephrotipll. '
will be allowed to display. lot I MI...'/_
Lot 2 -0' 'a ;
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for competition with awards givens ; ; '::';,11, ,) 'Outstanding Exhibit5,00' ft Ribbon Lot Lot d 5. o..h.d MI..II. _.' CLASS MlSCILLANlOLJ: '" ,., .

3, All articles displayed must be the work of the exhibitor., ,,I" Best In Class 1.00 ft Ribbon Leta Lott Topiary Dolt" Gar_, "

Articles bought'or borrowed will not qualify. r, 1st Prize:, ').00 ?nd Prize: 75 CLASS'III-CACTUS Lott Ten.nums
4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for fudging'that' has \ SUCCULENTS L.4 5on.01
,': 3rd Prize: 50 4th Prize: Riboon Lots Aloo '
previously .been exhibited: I ir>,the Bradford County Fair ; lot 2 Sromollod'/ ,
5, No two entries, In the some product, will be accepted, ""J.;"!"vi'':;(fJ f\'!(\ '. lot 3 CM._Cactus "'
;; ,\ ,,1, lot 4 Kolonchoo
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from one Individual. ,*;' ;; :', :,, I I'<,') lot S luohorbto (Crown ot Thorn)

6. All entries must be ceon-and| In good condition. / \' ,
.7. All articles entered In 'this division must have been completed ) """

within the past twelve months, : ,1.. ',;
8. Entries must be brought tq the Fairgrounds for reglstra-'

lion during the scheduled hours. Entries will be" accepted HAYES ELECTRIC

1 Monday from 9:30: a.m. until 7:30: p.m.;, ,

9. Exhibit articles may not be removed before 10:00: p.m. '.

'ron Saturday;.:'April 9. Removal of exhibits prior to this time AND

will be'reason for forfeiture of any premium monies awarded. .' I
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l' Exhibitors must personally attend .to the removal of that


article.10.; In. classes where there Is 'no competition ribbons will ,
AIR CONDITIONING
be awarded at the discretion of the)udg....

';,11. The Fair Association will assume NO responsibility for

.the damage or loss of articles exhibited. Reasonable care. ., ',
,will be exercised to safe-guard the articles left for displaybut
the Fair Association will In no way be liable.i, ENERGY SAVING HEAT PUMPS

12. Pictures should be properly mounted and able to han ... '" '

i dle.: HIGH EFFICIENCY S FURNACES
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13. Each article must be labeled with name and address of :' '' '"

exhibitor. ,:. li l7 J RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

14. Judging will take plac.Tu.sday., 9:30:; a.m. 'til noon. NO HEATING-AIR CONDITIONING .

ONE ALLOWED IN BUILDING WHILE JUDGING IS GOING ON. ,'\ '\ .':::: [111m III I i II I

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

'"of the judges* llmmllllllml! ICE MACHINES "



'Lori 1 o."o'"ngt. 16'300 2nd'2 00' ,:"3d-1100 "', ': '\ Imllllllllllllllllllmi i ( AND REFRIGERATION
Lot 2 Tom ...., 00 2nd.70 "a.a !to' ,, ,
Lot 3 N..dlpundl ,,......00 2nd,'"' "'d 30'L. ,' :"" ,:" ",,,, ,;'}
."4 Nepoi', la.900 2nd-2 00 /e' "31&9'00 Carrier
lot I'' Imbt.........,. 110-.200 2nd.' .00 ./ 3rd-7V d i iLot '':.'r'" '"''"II,..' .".;j <>;, MASTER LICENSED & INSURED
tha..GO"" ,,,..'9 00 2nd. ,OO 3rd."1.00 ," t .
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Lot f Pon or Pencil" 1.1.300 2.d.00. '.31&1.00L. 'r;'; : '
Lot S ,..,.I ...'300 2nd."00 W.'I 00 .'"'",', :' :: < ::'1 JIUMBERlAM RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS
late Nw.INOS. 10.300 2nd.'I.00 ,"3,4.75'' :' ? j ', ..
.Lot 10 c commd: (ve..d) 1.1.900 2nd.OO "3,4.17. 00 ','>.', .-. : : CONOmOtUNG/ ( HAKIR5 '
Lot II '<......... (glooodl ....'300 24.1200. WWI. 00 \ .,: : SERVICE MOST MAKES
Lot 12 _.._ 1.1013 DO 2.00. ,,"'-''' : ", .
Lot "13 5.ad.d J.wolW. 1.1,9 OIl "'...", 3rd.5O' tat. "
Lot ,14 Sh.N.d. Aniis ....'300 3.0.12 00 3d--t 00 License f '
Lot IS 0011. 1.300 2nd." 00 3d'. 00'' RA 0033644 24 HOUR SERVICE
Let 1 I. W..oIOf ,....... 1.1.'300 24.7 00 3rd'11 00 ''f 11''
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Lot 'IT PlotCr.odem 1.1.12 00 .'-1.00 30"'' ''': \ ;
Lot I. Kikho Ma5Mk ,...,00 2nd- 00 "3rd.75'' ..Jo. :>
Lot I. stained' GI.. ....'3 GO 2nd00 37S'' ). ,. .
tot. 20 ,......,_ _, "./00'' :2nd-4! 00 ,,30"'-''', 964 8744



HORTICULTURE DIVISION '

I Chairman ';., .;.,. 'I',1 ,,.." .'.'|1 f.i.; '. ,'. Dionne Westcott' '355'0. TEMPLE' AV' STARKE

Walter Westcott 'I.

Rules and Regulations

'1. Entries In the Horticulture,, Division 'are open to'' the-

residents of Florida.' '

2. All articles displayed must be the work of; the exhibitor,

:9., A" entries must have established plant that have been

growing -months, noNost minute put t together ,4'i ,
4. Plants are judged against perfection, not another plant;

5. More than one entry different species, of on. genera

may be entered per lot number not to exceed 2 per lot,

6. Plants and flowers must be cleaned, trimmed, free from

scale Insects and other disease and exhibited In proper con- ''

toln.... Clay pots need not be pointed. Absolutely no cans ,
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except those especially mode lor plant, containers will be oc-'-'

'cepted., ,
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7. Entries must be brought to the Fairgrounds for registration' ,

during scheduled /hours. Entries will be accepted Monday., 1.

"April, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.;S p.m. to 9 p.m., Jt
'8. Exhibit articles may not be removed before 9:00: p.m. '" ; f
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Saturday,'April 9. Removal of exhibits prior to 9:00: p.m. wilt \ : :' :GatA

,be reason for forfeitures,any premium monies awarded.. 'm'f '
Exhibitors must personally attend to the removal of their articles. .' "
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-t' 9. Money will be paid from awards marked In Judges book .
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and not from ribbons that may be attached to plants."A c I ,. '

special "Best In Show" will be given to the best plant In show ': :' 1 : ,', I'.

chosen from the 1st place winners In each category.1'Best In ," '.. ,
Class"'ribbons will be awarded for each Floss and at the

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,; Mary i ''. Buchele. ,. Chairman Chairman; Rod' Buchele Asst.. _, 1 I Patrons of the, Fair II I

8, ,The..: Fair Association will assume no respon
1 I. Entries must be 'the'' !, work of the sxhibitdsibility, .., .'for the damage or loss of articles exhibited. .
Reasonable ,core will be exercised la
i(However., may be commercially developed and
'printed. 'safe-guard' the.. article left'for display, but the Farr
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Dr.. Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr..
Association will In noway'be liable., ,
2. Entries' will be accepted Monday, April 4, 3:00.: I "

.3.p.m.Entries to6:30p.m.: be BEST OVIR-AU ROSITTI Patrick B.,, Welch & ,Assoc Inc.' .' .
not
may removed before!' 10:00: p.m; I'' <
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on Saturday',April 9. Premium! 'money'will,be Professional 3.00 Amateur '5.00, f'
forfeited on early removal ; Dr. D.W. Whiff en, DDS .1' I" ,
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4, One photo per lot number may be entered. lot I' iohdwap* Phoxt |
; v Blu' ,-' .00 Red 1'00 Whit I 100 ,i. /
t,5. Exhibitor may enter on only one dIvision Pro- "'To+ ] cod P epl'. ',,' Bessent & Moody', ':',: :,..
f fessional' .
or Amoleur< Pkoto III.! .. 3OOIed! ,2'00 Whiw.l.OO. ,
6. All photos must'be mounted'for lot :J Ammol, %' i
display. .. Photo Bluo OOSod ',2(0) While .1 00..
7, Photos In Amateur. Division can ve 3x5 or ''lot' Ptwfectui" Blur' ,. '3'7JtIud. 200 Wtin.-.DO( :Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Welty a
larger. Photos the Professional' Division should 01' Coiwtv, rear .. .. 2
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be Sxjor'larger: No photos larger than I6.20. "food 4earrrytavtelu.;: / .."F,3.00Red2" '7J while-)1.00"f ., :\,'' ; i((::l; '
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Dr. and Mrs. John Denmark' : \' \' 'F"a .'" .


Dr.. and Mrs. William Marchese ,

Drs. 'Kevin,McAuliffe.I and Sandy Mercier


i Dr.., ,and Mrs', .,.Leonard 'Schlofman

,Eyeglass Store, 'Sandra Whiffen
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PUMPS AND SALES ANDREWS DRUGS t
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PLUMBING I PARTS '356 N. Madison Street Stark ** I

SERVICE 1 Professional, caring peo l

WELL,DRILLING ple.... trained, to take care 1

R.V.' DURRANCEPump I, of all your pharmacy

and Supply Co., needs ,,'
Phone 964-7061
Delicious' Dally Specials''

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496-3361 Photo Processing .
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'EDUCATION ( Griffis & SonsFiberglass
,BRADfORD. ASSOCIATION'

'THE: TEACHERS: OF' :YOU :CHILDREN: ,SALUTE,' 'THE EFFORTS' A'ND': '

ACHIEVEMENTS" OF THE" STUDENTS IN BRADFORD COUNTY.,,,., ,
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AND ITS BEST HOPE FOR THE FUTURE." ,
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'* ; Phone ((904)964-5531)
Starke Florida


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v\r> Automotive i Commercial: 'Marine'Farm s
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Motorcycle,

TH E VOICE OF EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION- DOUGLAS BATTERYOF

STARKE
We'Rebuild///Starters'A/terpbtor, / & Generators, ,

Hwy.301
((904))964-79))) 407 N.Temple;AVB
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'.: ( Keystone Heights,'Florida Phone ((904)) 473,-3176 : Fertilizer

,Feed Farm Supplies
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.' Steve Futch: Harold Johnson, Benton Futch: 964-7871 -
Starke,Florida 32091Compliments
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I .'d'" """'.' ,; For Bradford and day Counties I '' ;!",':"1,1\'h';\' Department Store. '
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FAIR




DACYS ( )( STARKE KOA KAMPGROUND t
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FULL HOOKUPS SHADED&OPEN SITES
x SWIMMING POOL DIESEL GAS
E-Z WHEELS KAMPINf3 KABINS PROPANE GOLF and FISHING NEARBY
SIDEWALKS TO SHOPPING&RESTAURANTS
AUTO SALESWE ".WESTERN UNION AGENT
Ownen*Hosts:Fred A Pat McElroy
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*"ltatl.it" 'Mtmto (04))M4-I4I4 HIgHWAY Ml SOUTH STANCE.Ft JW 1 >
,FINANCE

BUY HERE=' PAY HERE '. ;, '" ',;,
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Highway U.S. 301 SAVINGS: ACCOuNTS :. CERTIFICATES OF

964-7783: DEPOSIT, ".v.CtfECKWG, ; J .+, INTEREST' ;"I IRAs ".

SAFE, :,:DEPOSIT' BOXES MORTGAGE-'LOANS..-

LIQUORS t&AVEi RS''. CHECKS STUDENT, LOANS e.

.3O1' & HOME EQUITY LOANS'COMMERCIAL:'

" LOUNGE 'MORTGAGES, e, FUNDS ;MANAGEMENT' ": ,
1 Y Mile North of Starke; U.S.'301 : : '
ACCOUNTS .: CERTIFICATES OH'>
-OPEN', 7 DAYS 'A WEEK -' ,SAVINGS :
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. .' : .' DEPOSIT' CHECKING + .iNT REST IRA4',' "!',:?::. .

Come Unwind '" 'SAFE DEPOSIT,BOXES e MORTGAGE LOANS' '>:': :-' '

With .Ms.) ... TRAVELERS CHECKS ?, :STUDENT' LOANS .

Good.Company, HOME,. EQUITY .LQANS' '., COMMERCIAL:?; ,',
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y 'Lawrence Blvd.. 473-4233 r I'' To acquaint you with The Gainesville Sun' ,we're offering a special home deliver sUbscriptiOn,,: I'I
\discount. f ti W t
Keystone Heights. Florida I I w
& Maths.> for..price of H*
Extend'a Heartfelt Solute, I' Name..........,.............................................:.....;.......j; Phone'....................*.;...'.. I ,
and Compliment Id the I( Address...........................................'..,....................... Zip............"..........."', '1 1I' '!
I'' City ...............................-...,...... Directions, (if rural l) .........;.........,..............:;. ..:.:...r'< 'II <
Bradford'County''Fair'' :
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CHECK ONE:D Pleas bill me 16.10 for three months home delivery.I save$8.05. '
I a prefer paying nHonthly..please bill me$5.37 for the next. three months. 'I I'
Come. see us for original and unique a am mailing this card with my check S16.10..
,flower,arrangementsl I MAIL TO:, The Gainesville Sun;Circulation P.O. Drawer A' ,Gainesville, ,FL 32602 or call .1,', .. ,
37ft-1416.till Ire 1-800-4439493.L
Julie! & ''Howard Davidson;:/ ,,,Owners Offer limited to non-subscribers and may be withdrawn without notice., ,r .J
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Bradford-Union Cattleman's' Association PHOTOGRAPHY
Mary, BuctoU' Chairman' ; Rod Buch.l le, Aul, :

Chairman 8. The Fair Association: will assume no raipon- ,
ubilily" (fat lh. damage or lou of articles' ..- I
,1. Entries' "muM. be rtw, work of lh",. .xh.bilor.However hloi., ,. Reasonable 0 care will, be exercised, ,loM .
-" Salutes ,( "may tx commwelolly developed and ,..guord ,the article| |Jolt| for display but,the Fair ,t
primed) Association will In no way be lobl! .
2. Entries; will be accepted Monday'April 4, 3:00:
p."', !06:30p.m.: 3. not be removed before I 10 00( p.m. ....oool -3.00 Amat.wr'5.00
BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR on SoiurdaJ April 9. Premium' money will. b., '
forfeited on early removal. .
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One lot,nurrber be entered' jot. /1 'Ionohc.a"Phase wh.... '
,. 4. photo' per may 'J.ai '_.1'.10 t"OJ)
S. E hibiior may enter' on only one division Pro"r."Tfl 1 CmnliJ f......
(ettional Amateur.I V1.0 Give'3.oot.d.IOO Whw 1.00
to 2 .A..n.l_ Give..:1o0R..d-too --.I I70owt. .00
(4.\ All''photo must be mounted for duplay .
Smith President, 10. PO"/OMS 91-m Masted 2.00 wnw \\.1>>
David Jr.
A Photos 'I. .Amateur Division i can v 35 or ...... c-: ..'
Vice-President larger. Photos. m ,the Professional' Otviiion should. _0-6
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be 5.7 or larger,No photos laraer"than- 16a20. h.d C..v ...- -100e.d" ." .I.1.07Compliments

Ray Norman, Sec.-Treas. 1 ,
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GLASS & MIRRORCUSTOM
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Gilbert S. Brown, CI'erkof: Circuit Court
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Esther S..' Hall Tax, Collector 5 DAYS-A-WEEK 8 A.M. -'5' P.M

,', Jimmy Alvarez.. Property Appraiser FREE ESTIMATES HOME OR OFFICE

,'; Dolph Reddish. Sheriff 822 South Walnut,

,Neva ,Flynn. Supervisor of Elections Starke, Florida 82O91

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." ,FLORIST I rAI\ i 'for' Starke, Keystone Dealer


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HOUSE J-dry-al.Gth I
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BRADFORD RENTALS

i "COMB SEE: US FOR ALL YOUR RENTAL NEEDS" .'

\ CONTRACTORS' '. HAND TOOLS Invites) Everyone
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GARDEN PLUMBING-MECHANICS To Attnd The
I A PUMPS PAINTING 38th'Annual
YARD ,. CAMPING -
SCAFFOLDING! HOUSEHOLD Bradford County..fa1rr

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MONDAYFRIDAY''
; Custom Built Lunch: I nprritfl' 2:30: pm
Dinner.4:30: 111 9:30:
T_ Trailer'Hitchesand Saturday:4:30: til 9:30:
Lunch Sunday: 12 noon tB 2:30:
AccessoriesStarke Dinner 4:30: til_ 9

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Florida 32091'SAWYER
WE SERVE BEER &WINEE

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Gas & AppliancesFor I 1900 N TEMPLE AV STARKEr

All Your Gas:

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BRADFORD COUNTY'

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AUTHORITY -

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P.O. Box 576 S.-iV/,1'.!:' ,,I ,,;' '','''::1''.'///s'JVi''!',/: :,, ,i ,'"''' ".,".I, ''
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ENGINE' I'
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SALES &
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SHARPENING (/
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TILLERS .
TRACTORS
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TRACTORS PouJanI: ." ,

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"Starke's Largest '

'Quality Jeweler",....' r MEAT AND BONE MEAL
Fine Jewelrycustom i 1 'POULTRY MEAL FEATHER MEAL
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PROCESSORS OFSPENT
designedand '\
RESTAURANT SHORTENING
repaired by (Srffttn GRIFFIN INDUSTRIES TAKES'PRIDE IN ITS''
PROMPT SERVICE AND EFFICIENT OPERATIONS
4 Master Jewelers
HIGH PROTEIN
2 Master Watchmakers

2 Gemologists FEED _

e Custom Designing e Ear Piercing V Cq INGREDIENTS,
i Engraving '.Class Rings HAMPTON FL 32044
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e Diamonds Gemstones' .Jewelry Repairs
PHONE 964-8083
(904)
&Synthetic Stones'e' Watch&Clock
Set to perfection Repairs 'We are an Active Supporter. of

family Owned& Operated for over 33 Years', .County The Stark Chamberof -Brad/ord

446 W.;Madison St..''ln the,Market Place Commerce

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,Bradford Title Services, Inc. ,V' Y
.,Abstracts'. Title Insurance Title'Searches
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4-H DIVISIONRod completed within,the'lost twelve ((12)) months. Entries 7. All.,baked goods must be on a heavy piece of ,
Buchele, Chairman should be the result of 4-H project work. A cardboard covered with'aluminum foil, not t to exceed t
'project book wil! not be considered an entry. Onlyone 2 Inches beyond baked product. Entries, will !

I 1.:'Entries and exhibitors must be acceptable to the entry per lot will be accepted. not be accepted i if these, 'requirements are not ,
.4-H Youth Division Chairman, the 4-H Extension 5, All entries must remain until Saturday, April 1 II.t met, 1
Agent, and the Fair Association Premium and ribbon will be forfeited if exhibitsare 8, Entry and judging procedures schedule will be

2. Exhibitors must be''_'a bonafide 4-H Club removed before that time. The supervfntent; printed and publicized by the 4-H office.
''member in Bradford or adjacent counties which county extension home economist or 4-H agent 9. The Fair Association and management will be'
do not have county fairs. will be the only people authorized to remove en' be responsible. In case of accident or loss of ex'hibit. ,:

3. Judging of entries will be related to age.and 'tires from the booth. '' .
'experience. di Ribbons and premiums will be ,awarded: by the ,

,04, Entries, must be the work of the,1 ndividuot and Danish system and 0/1'/ 'decisions of the official BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE
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Lot 6 Coke (iced) Blue.-'2.OOR.d1.00.Whit. 75
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COM tin....f..a' P.O.20 Lot II Child Clothing
CLASS CLOTHING ((0-6 years) Blue M.OORed 75* White" 50'
lot I Apron Blue !1.00Rd-7S' White ,'50' Lot 12 Slpwar Blue t1.00R.d75' White 50'
lot 2, Scarf Blu* 1.00Rd) 75 ''Whit. SO Let 13 Bathing Suit Blue M.OORed75'M.OORed White 50'
Lot 3 Tote or HandBag Lot 14 2 Piece Outfit Blue 75 White 50'
R.T. LOVORNREAL Blue 'I.OORed 75' Whit. 50' ,Lot 15 3 Piece Outfit Blue M.OORdU79', White 50'
lot 4 Cap. Poncho or Lot 16 Coat or Jacket Blue M.OORed-75* White 50'
Vest Blue '.'I.OORod 75' Whit 50' ,lot 17 Evening Wear ,Blue !M.OORed75' Whit' 50'
,1.015. T-Shirt Blue I.OORed 75' Whit .50' Lot 18 Appliqued or
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Lot 6' Skirt Blue 't.OORed 75' Whit. 50' EmbroideredClothing
ESTATE Lot 7 BIo';.. or Skirt Blue -1OORed 75' Whit -50 Blue 'T.OORvd 75' Whit 50'
J ,Lot 8 Dr*.* or JumprBlu M.OORed 7''' Whit. ..SO' lot 19 Aeceuorte: ,:
Lot 9 Pont (slacks, (men**
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4734692P.O. gaucho., etc) Blue 'I.OORed. 7" White 50' Lot:20 Miscellaneous. Blue .,'1.00Rd-75' White. 50'
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Stuffed Animal Blue M.OORed. 75' White
CLASS V-HOUSEHOLD ARTS
lot 4 Holiday Craft Blue .OORed ,; 75' White >j?
4-H All WALL AND STRING ART HAVE
HANGINGS PICTURES MUST' \Lot 5 Framed Picture (
.A HOOK OR WIRE FOR HANGING media Blue1.OORed 75' White
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t Lot l' ,Wall Hangings Blue M.OORed .*75' White 50- Lot 6 Siring Art .Blue M.OORed. 75' White-
lot 2 Bulletin Board Blue M.OORed" 75' 'Whit* 50'. "' lot 7 Mosaic: Seed
Iron page 21 lot 3 Decorative. Glass,
Pillow orBRADFORD Stone;' etc' : Blue .OORed 75' White ,
lot 8 Mocrame Blue M 1.OORed'75"' White \ "
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COUNTY ,' Lot 10 Decoupage Blue-M.OORed-75' White. I t
Lot 11' Candles' Blue M'.OORed 75'-" White .
Lot, 12 Ceramics Blue -1OORed 75. While '
0( FARM BUREAU ., Lot 13 Crocheted Articles '
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North Temple Avenue Starke 964-6369 ; lot 15 Embroidered' Ar '
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Timber Brokers. '. Blue-.OORed-75'?!: Wh.t.. '
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Lot 4 Hanging Baskets Blue't.,.oaRed>75* While.
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'sou', ; Pet Foods. Feeds FencingPet I i

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BANK Vet Supplies esticides.Hardware.
Herbicides .' Garden Seeds

FDIC Of Clay' County Q 964-4809 I

too Comm.relat.Clrela. :Adjacent( / To The Post OlflCf) Keystone Height Hwy 301 Just South of Town Kenneth,Mueller.Owner

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I Wish to extend all Florida Fairgoers an invitation to attend the'

,,, 1988 Bradford County Fair., "
.1 ';Florida Fairs are a showcase for Florida Agriculture and primarily

16 an educational experience about-ou' states leading'industry. We,,. .. ... '
are proud ,of the role Agriculture plays in Florida Fairs, and that you '\
will take'some time to visit the Agriculture exhibits ,

:Youth organizations, such as future Farmers of America, -H Clubs'' ,. A

RUSSEll .. and Future' Homemakers of America play ''an important'part' in
'Florida Fairs:; and are verymuch a part of this fair'We;,' are proud of
our youth and encourage you to demonstrate your support for them

CLEANSWEEP. '. .'.,,'' ,'o,'",',.:'I,,,,,,' .'f;- by taking an active interest in their activities at the fair. 1
"if''!I\ :,"I:... ,, In addition to learning about Agriculture, fairs provide a means for
;-' ,: fun and entertainment the entire family., We hope you will enjoy' -
'the rides and other attractions provided by the midway company. "

*,t The directors, officers,and staff have done an outstanding job in :

putting together a' fair that"'-provides recreation, entertaiment> and,

Parking Lot MaintenanceRussell learning for children and adults of all ages. My congratulations go out
to them and to all the participants' exhibitors:'' .

and Judy Miscally, We hope you enjoy your visit,and will encourage your friends" and

Route 1 1.,Box 1170 neighbors to come and experience this unique American tradition.

.' Lp wtcy, FI or Ida'' Sincerely,

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Box 550 Starke. Florida 32091 ((904)) 964-6958

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