Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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fhe National' Weather Service Otfice 'expected a cold front to land t. . . . .'A ,
pass through, Wednesday night, bringing thunderstorms and rain Sport. . . . . . ..1o-11A y. r t
squalls to North1' (f/londa. Thursday should be sunny, breezy 'and
mild SECTION B: 12 Pago

Anticipate mostly fair Skies Friday and Saturday, with Bradford Fair. . : . . l.lzt il, ." I ,
temperatures in the upper 4O'S to the upper 70's. N.w. 1lof.. . : . . . ..1 '; ,, \ ,y
Sunday is expected to be partly cloudy and warmer with lows in Saw,.,'. Moving SB
the lower SO's and highs in the 80's' Fair Wlnnor. .5.71O.11.,

Last Quarter moon on Saturday, April 9 Average April rainfall Clalflod.Ad. . . : .,-,. I \ nis Side of Heaven

over the past 30 years Is 3.23 Inches. Aroa Doath*. . . . . ;178 108th -..ORlD.\ 25 Cents Copy

:18th lilt ...ay April/ T. liStS! LISPS 02700Worth


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gpting 1 ..... City Council
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Lunch Bunch.. .4- ........., -' I !"vX... p.
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!.un h Bunch to meet at the First ..- Gets Excellent
Presbyterian( Church, Friday noon, 1""' .'U... ..........., ".

April 8.the ... -.d ". .....
Rev. Jerry Patton will be in -
of the Come "1. .,.
charge program brine
a covered dish and enjoy the -'a Audit :
fellowshipStarkc-. .- '""",," Report

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An organizational and tryout ,P. I.., .. by Buster Rahn Following the' council meeting.

practice is set at :J p.m. Sunday, -, .. ..rr BCT Staff Writer .Silcox briefed other council
.April 10, on Edwards Road Field ", ': A Pat Farnsworth, CPA, representing members on improvements in the city
No I the Starke Stars boys 16-18. ''t..7"7. ':- Davis, Monk, Farnsworth and garage operation that should cork

Anyone interested in playing is ... Co., congratulated Starke City Clerk rect the, problems discussed by
urged to attend that practice session .. Neil Tucker ''and City Commissioners Farnsworth.
r .
says Coach Jerry McGritf. y ,. tor handling of city finances Purchases by the garage are now
W .and record keeping In an audit funneled through the Purchasing

BUS 'Class of I report rendered to the r council' in its Department. Time and rates are beIng '
1938... I .1 1 .t' regular meeting Tuesday Apnl 5 taken from a rate manual,

the BUS class of 1933 win have a The audit report covered the fiscal similar to those utilized by privately
planning meeting Monday noon, year 1986-87, which ended Sept. ;30. ,,, owned garage operators and overall

April 11, at the. Western Steer : 1987 management has been assigned to
I :
Farnsworth stated the city "has a
Steakhous .: : : Purchasing Agent Jerry
Two classmates, L.O. Jones and ,. ',. ,, positive equity in all" funds..many: Wadsworth said Silcox"

l.ucile Davis, are yet to be located ..l"I. towns can't say that. When a sample audit was made of
If you have any information call .:j t,.;" il. Starke is in an enviable financial water meters a substantial number
'. .' r '" : 'i position, with total I assets of found to be covered it
,Lillian Stump, or Doc Wainwright, : were making
;', ,. ., I :'.' .. $18,536,509: liabilities of $7,560,858, difficult or impossible to read and
i ,.' leaving a net equity ot $10,975,651, some were malfunctioning. Com
Square Dance... 'with cash and cash investments exceeding missioner Charles Schaefer said the'

'Evcryone'ihterested in l learningto '" $4 million, according. to. the ,city has',replaced more than 200)()4 ,.
auditor balance sheet.
oo' meters in July August :and
square dance is invited to attend ,
,In commenting on the year's ac
1987' eliminating most
the tint class of a new group Mon- i auditors the"acs September
day,'April JI lat, 7:JO p.m. in the' '\, "" counts tivities were maintained reported 10'I accor- of the problems Schaeler said, he t$
Kmgsley Lake Civic Center: dance'wIth aware of one customer whose water'
f hot{first lesson )Is free;,to see If system for local units of govern- consumption ,continues to be
estImated.. The at Bradford
like it. invited .
you .bingles ,couples
ment Expenditures appeared to be
Hospital is buried under 6 leer bt dirt(
preferred. for official and were
0 purposes and Plans are under
'Caller Cost;.singles; Ken Perez;; $2.50.,.. couples $5 ., > t tI tr ,.generally' properly' authorized..," correct pavement.the' problem Schaefer wayto

I+ Comments by the auditors State said -- -

that minutes were well kept and appeared -:
JI to reflect all official actions Bids Opened..:
; ,I
Agai lst'Drugs..., I of the commission. The City of Starke is sell insured
Monies received were properly ac. I not
f hi" Family Against Drugs group for vehicle physical damages
Mill moot ,at 7'15:: p.m, Tuesday, 1, counted for,and promptly depositedto liability), and has to absorb the tost
official bank accounts. Close.
of repairs or loss of vehicle
April 12, in the Starke Elementary
School 1 Library Everyone welcome monitoring of the investment of idle, In the Tuesday meeting, the city
funds maximized interest earnings. opened a single bid, submitted by)!

,I / Budgets were properly prepared Hurst's Service Station, bar a, policecar
Class of 1958.... '. and appeared to reflect estimates of that was totaled out a lew'wet-ks';
revenues and expendItures. The ago, when it overran an intersection,;
Members of the! Class of 19sit of ; budgets were approved by the commission Hurst bid $1,200 for the unit.

Bradford High who want to help and were properly amendedas The bid was turned over to a'ctlnv..
plan, a reunion are invited to meet necessary. miltee for review, prior to being accepted
at 130; p.m, Tuesday', April 12::, at Adverse, comments I were limitedto or rejected,, usual procedure
the Wester Steer Steakhouse or property records a perennial problem ,by the council
Rudolph Sapp, 9614-7722; David ments; travel expenses, the aerial bucket truck for the Elec 1
Lawson,'964-6UJ: or Jean Norman. ,documentation of whIch' is detailed, tncal Department. Three bids l lor

782'JSU9. It. fLovely' to prevent abuse; the City 'Garage $47,734, $53,142, $6103'were: receIV-
.. t. which is being improved accordingto ed and turned over to the committee

commissioner Vernon Silcox, and for review and recommendations,
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Parenting..*, ,) ->rJ" r water meters some 200 of which }

A continuing: series of meetingson .Pboto'Ly Mark FrledUn have been replaced since the meters House Moving....
Teenage Parenting, Myth vsKodlity. Lilly:.. were audited during the summer. of Mrs. Joe Sapp, who lives In the

"is under way. Lilly Burgess BUS junior from Crystal Lake, is the day April 6, to officially. open the I9HH County Fair 198/ Dalewood area, off MM6W, alertedthe
Future meetings: April 13 and 20. new Bradford County Strawberry,Queen She is the she will reign over. The auditors recommended the ct J council to a frame house being
Time 3115 Place Bradford and articles the ty "consIder returning to the use of moved into a community'.61 l homes
; p.m. : daughter of Mr, and Mrs John ... Burgess For pictures the fair opening, on
Hign School.. Queen Lilly snipped a ribbon, at II I a.m. VVednes-, Home Division judging in the 3Kth edition of the county 7'' outside (local$J garages for, repair Council
fair see Section B. and maintenance" ,work on" city (See. ,..P.IV: >
vehicles.. "

'Class (1978...

Plans of the are, Bradford being! made HIgh Cor Class a reunIon of- Bradford-Union Join, Forces 'to Fight 'Hazardous Waste Plant. I

'1978 this summer; tentatively set, '
Joe (Hss $1.5 million Wilson
by quire just
for June 18 in Marke, ,
If your address has changed The Bradtord County group protesting "We: have :the support of Native Americans.. to set it up. That may be about as
the location ot a hazardous'' much as the. total' budget for tne
since call Sonya the live fenly year Baldree reunion at, please waste plant in this area (C-CAP ...*: Clay andAlachUa counties' .are behind us/'' county; he said .
Citizens Coalition Against
4,73-3116.1, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at
964-66J6,, Mark Reddish at 64-68'l2, and their sister group In Union county -. \l'j1Budcly; : Revels Highway risks...
UC-CAP have Joined forces and Providence and Lake Butler will
Bedding Torode at
or Christy,Shan Johns at 964-4840 533-2505. renamed the combined organization ting some financial' help from both tlons'"stated"that R Raiford,. a community will not be divulged to the media, be high nsks for waste spills from;
"United Citizens Against Pollution. { counties and the now defunct C-CAP of 250 residents is the closest Dr., Harvey .Mette'Jacksonville, highway accidents. Trucks will exit
or U-CAP. treasury will be transferred. to'' community to the site. "Althoughthese representing the Black' Creek 1-75 and come up hK2J8: through
Officers elected at:a meeting in U-CAP it was saId. 20 or so dwellings are poorly Cherokee band is expected to attend Providence to Lake Butler then to,
Clothes for \Needy..... the Union County Courthouse last Treasurer Ken Parrish reported maintained and run down, they' the next meeting of UCAP and talk SR-121 and pass, ,every, school" in

,Northside Baptist Church has a Wednesday, March 30,:are; Presi 'only $200 has been received to date, could arguably be considered a ''to the group He is set to fight this Union County
clothes bank.. dent,,.Sally) Gotts; Vice President, but promises of financial help have,< residential area given the flavor. of site, also because of the burial "The danger from hazardous waste
It you or anyone you know is in Rachel Harris secretary ''Linda been recieved. "We need donations the Railord community.' ,grounds and Indian hIstory'' of the'' accidents along the highways' extends
need of clothes please call the Parnsn; Treasurers, Kenneth Parma: from everybody,", he said .;"'Whatdothey mean by''the flavor: area, to Clay,, Putnam ,and Brad
church at 964-7124 or Jean Norman, nsh. Lake Butler;and Linda Klein, of the Raiford community asked ford counties'.said Revels! Trucks

964-.5000. Worthington Springs.' More Flaws... Revels.:,"They need to give us their Emergency,Response... will exit I-95 south of Bunnell pass
: Directors ot the' corporation are: Buddy 'Revels reports that in definition of that," Jerry' Wilson, Paramedic andhead through Bunnell, Palatka, Keystone
Claude (Buddy) Revels, Debbie : F. Heights Starke, and the Railord
working paper No. 3, of Roy ol the Union County rescue ser
Call-In Program... Gnftis, Dean Traylor. / and ferry Weston,Inc, it is stated that a site m Burial Mounds.,. vice says, "Lake Butler has a good prison complex to get to this site
Parrish.w- Gadsen removed from And with one truck about every ten
was Shanawa'LIttle but has
county Bow an Indian primary care center no
A morning call.m service to The election was held Wednesdayso and Union minutes, accidents are going to hap-
the list of the top ten rights activist living at Archer has capability lor intensive care situations '
assist senior citizens who are alone that an application tor incorporation County was substituted. This seems told the group a Native American and the hazardous waste pen.
is offered by the.Marke Police could be submitted to to indicate that Union county was can file an injunction against the emergency capability is .non\
NCFRPC Vacancies.
Department according to Chief Tallahassee by Johnnie Hobbs not on the first list of the top ten defacing of an Indian burial ground. existent. ..
Jimmy Bowen counsel for the group Hobbs is Selections, said Revels.' "We cannot Indian burial mounds have been To depend'on Jacksonville one Bradford and Union counties each

To become) involved in the program donating his time and legal get a list of the ranking of the top ten found in the area but, as yet, none hour away, as recommended by the have two vacancies on the North
a citizen is asked to register assistance to the organization. sites said Revels they: (DER) will are known to be on the proposed site. Weston report, is rIdiculoUS. An Central Florida' Regional Planning
with the Police Department then just not send the Information we request One story, passed down to area emergency response of one hour is Council. Revels is to be recommended
call in before 10 a.m, each day, Support... ," residents. tells of a mound that is no emergency response at all, he for nominator by Bradford coun
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will "We have the support of Native said to contain the grave of a great says. ty' Next meeting UCAP will make
check on those citizens who have Americans" said Revels. And Clay llaiford Demeaned.. Chief who was buried sitting astridehis For the county to prepare for recommendations for other

not called ink If there is no answer, county and Alachua counties are In their report to DER.the WestonCo. horse in an upright position. emergencies at the proposed plant. nominees from Bradford and Union

a police officer will visit the with us, he said. The group is expec- ., consulta making the selec Location of this mound is known, but or along the highways would .re counties.
Chief Bowen reminds the public

that the servIce is available. Board, Superintendent Reach Compromise on Administrative StaffingAll I

be able to justify one new five coor d orators were directors,
1 coordinators will become mmistrators by name, which Supt. one 'recommended in a late 1984 might
Upcoming... assistant superintendent, but not they would feel like doing more
done outside consultants.
directors in a new administrative Duncan by law, must do eight study by "' work.
Public meetings scheduled in the staffing chart adopted Monday weeks prior to the end of school. That chart was never implemented two. Board member'' Hall expressing
Supt. Duncan was hunting some
weeks are: 4 :3-0 vote of the because the school board couldn't afford
coming night, Apnl in a him with concern about the superintendent
The relief in people coming
Jockeying. number of
Bradtord.School Board: Special School Board. it. It has the same
being overworked asked how Dun-
11 In the new staffing county level administrators, 14, as every small problem, but got no
Monday April five approving
meeting, 6pm. There are currently coordinators relief that direction by the promotton can would react to one more assIs-
bids vo-tech chart. Chairman Schlofman ex are on staff now.
to open on re-roofing and five directors in the of coordinators., tant superintendent
building followed by a meeting to minstrative set up. Directors have traded a committment from Supt. Chairman Schlofman talked to Duncan also said he does not plan Schlofman still pushed for the
name school administrators for morn; responsibility and earn $720 Duncan not to fill two assistant Supt. Duncan about moving a director changes in school principalships. director deal and holding the assistant
Where: AdmininstrationBuilding more It will cost the board superintendents In the staffing chart any board
per year. up to assistant superintendent Both Supt.. Duncan and superintendents until the
on N, Temple Ave., five times $720 or approxImately'. until it is known, probably in July when the time comes for such a the board wants to keep as much knows about the dollars
Brooker council meets in $4,000, to adopt the new chart.., .how much money the school district move and leaving the director slot. stability at the school level as possi. ". can.t find much problem with
Brooker City Hall at 7:30: p.m:, Chairman Len'Schlofman points will receive for the 88-89 school year.. vacant. that," Supt. Duncan finally conceded. -
Tuesday, April 12. .., However, once the chart is ap- ,ble.Duncan If coordinators madedirectors
The former chart of are
out $4,000 is a lot less.than'' !some said he certainly can .
meets left to
it Is
Hampton council ,in proved "...we d be a good,
$120,000 that would havejjeen spentif school board supermtendentdirectorcoordinatorwas operate with the same number of administrators giving
Hampton City Hall at 7JO: p.m., the board had agreed to Supt. Jim, fill the positions.'the of the criticized by board members. as are on staff now. strong, positive message that their
Tuesday April 12. DUncan's request for 2Vt new .ad- may reject an appointee immoral The different levels of responsibility People will simply have to shoulder work is important" Duncan added.
,Bradford School Board: Regular superintendent for being or bothered Hall's to the current
ministrators. board veteran board member the load and carry, the increased motion retain
meeting 1 r.m. Monday April 18. Incompetent. Therefore the Rodney Hall who laid the levels work load brought on by a myriad of organizational chart, but change all
Starke Council: 1:30: p.m. Tues Special Meeting... must depend on Supt.Duncan's com were not defined.It new programs and accountability to coordinator into directors was ap-

day Bradford, April 19 County City hall.Commission: T A special school board meeting is tant mittment superintendents not to hire provided the two assis-for in wokS like coordinators and the state, Duncan said.. Scnlof proved man.3-0 by Hall, Wainwright, and

20. set for 6 p.m. Monday, April 11.Bids the chart, directors have been doing the same Chairman Schlofman pushed for Cnastaut
Wednesday Apnl Night .Board member. Evelyn
p.m. wilt be'opened for the re-roofing of Jobs, said board member James an agreement to make all the county
meeting on zoning issues. .. was absent because of illness
Old Chart Up Again. level administrators be directors. ,
.. Vo- Teen Center Phase I. The second (Cobby) Wamwnghl:
+.,.R .... "",: '" .. Is basically Schlofman said he superintendent agreed if the Schlofman said.
a P. ; .r '\-: h 'h rn. hnrr ''' rf "of The armroved chart, Plus, Chairman The(


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!2\ 'rFt:..M.KAI'II; April, I9H

I Lawtey Employee

Fired on 3-2 Voteby

Buster Kahn ported Crouse in his attempt to oust
BCT Staff Writer Smith
With all live members present and Mayor Rosier was under the im-
voting, the Lawtey city council tired pression that he was required to vote
water plant operator Dale Smith on only to break a tie. He said later he 4
a 3.2 vote Monday, April 4. in a has found that impression to be in error -
regularly scheduled council and he now votes on each issue.
meeting In the most recent encounter,City
Mayor Marvin Rosier Voted with Attorney Johnny Hobbs advised the
counCilmen Buster Bennett and Bill council that charges should be aired
Crouse to dismiss Smith. Council against Smith with Smith being

members Laura Harris and Emmett. given an opportunity to rebut them. r
Bright voted against the tiring. When asked why Smith was being fr' Sa Ia

This on-agam oil-again saga has fired,Crouse. said, ".for not working
been going on lot several weeks, in and can t get along with him,"
an attempt by water commissioner Although he was repeatedly asked to
.Crouse to get Smith oil the payroll.In provide details for the dismissal, ,
a called meeting March 22.with Crouse stuck to hid original state- Drooker Straight A Students...,

only Bennett, Crouse and Rosier in The e((intent*at Brooker Elementary made itralgtit A'. en tbelr report card CrlffU.

attendance. Smith was fired on a 2-0 See... La>vtey.... for the fourth.!*week grading period. In the front from left to right Kelly Cook.Meridlth Jordan, Derek Slden, I

although vote, with he Mayor said he Rosier would abstaining have sup, Page 10A From left to right In the rears Kevin Andrew Matthngh Crosby and Kelll Matthew Jordan Rebecca Miller and Jennifer LeFeven.

I After Debate, La\vtey Council Votes 3-2 to Hire Fourth Police Officerby I

.way'f" Mayor Rosier responded by' Mayor Rosier said, "We need to training Radar framing and PR-24,. to delay his. request until a later on revenues and disbursements; of
Buster Kahn date which time the council the Police Department. .
officials use of the night-stick f here was no dunng I
'The of the talk to county about the problem -
BCT Staff WriterIn saying primary job Chief Jordan agreed to the delay
Police Department is to protect the ." mention of his being required to will attempt to get bonafide futures
a a-2 vote Monday, April, the move to Lawtey. .
City Council hired Hershel citizens ol Lawtey, We have 'never Chief Jordan requested the city to'hire ---
Lawtey set a quoto (tot tickets written)on the Johnson, Who is currently
L. (Chuck Johnson of Starke to be a Pay Raises... We will beat Mitchell's Drug Store on Call Street
Police,Department and I hope, we employed by the Department ol Corrections -
,fourth The police vote came olficer' after a lengthy never have to." Chief Jordan said. "J want to talk the SECOND WEDNESDAY of EACH MONTH from;30
Residents attending the meeting 'When asked about salary,Johnson about pay raises for police officers. '.
debate not council 3:30 10th 1988.
only among : p.m. starting February
members, but including residents did not oppose an additional olficer, said it would be no problem, since They aren't making enough money.
'most salaries about the to live "
but expressed concerns :about starting are on.
attending the council meeting. Coun- burglaries and drug traffic One same. Jordan went on to say that Clerk GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CENTER
cil members, Buster Bennett '
.Laura Harris: who have made''no resident said break-inS are being Bright moved to hire Johnson .for Robinson has received a 60 percent i003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville
committed to support drug addic- the fourth police officer,at a beginn- pay raise,and Street (Department)
of to fourth
secret a
opposition the tions,prompting one resident to say, ing salary of ,$7 per hour Crouse has received a 24 percent raise. '3760095'We
olficer, not swayed by
were and voted "People are arrested and carried to seconded the motion, with the 3-2 The mention of the clerk's raise
the county'JaIl. and are back home vote resulting m Johnson being prompted Robinson to shout, '
Johnson Mayor Rosier joined coun- before the olficer gets back to hired. "Would you work in this office for service af makes and models of hearing aids. Also, we have
Bill Crouse and Emmett
cilmen with Lawtey The judge is releasing them Johnson 24, lives in Starke and $150 a week" batteries available Home testing by appointment only
aftirmative vote
the ,
some Bright resE'rvatlons.Mayor in on their own recognizance.: :' has completed Police Standards' Mayor Rosier asked Chief Jordan

Rosier extracted a promise
from Chief of Police M.M, Jordan
that one olticer will be assigned "to
duty In town and kept otf the road
,(WS-301h Bel ore voting to hire the SERVKtTAR
.fourth olticer, Mayor Rosier said if ,
Chief Jordan tails to keep the pro .
mise, the council will review the
town need for a tourtn. otticer.. I
Savings for House and Garden
Paying Own Way.., 1 1 'T

Chief Jordan''reiterated his state

ment: made, in prior council
? Now Thru Sat 16
.meetings that the Police Depart-, April
ment is writing enough tickets to pay
police salaries saying the account is I

$some 10,000in automotive the black repairs.:' except i lor' >>3 VVermont American71A. "Thin Kerf SERVIrM' Long-Handle

Clerk Queen Robinson disagreed' ..y.. Round-Point'Shovel r
with the statement,saying all expen- Circular Saw Blade 5 Tempered steel blade with turned' step SLR
ditures have not been deducted Irom

the revenues, but she did not provideany High-performance 18-tooth blade for framing ,. 14" Bow Rake ,
1 ,cutting Cuts faster, smoother and R Welded bow with 14 curved teeth 4'/?ash handle.#SB14 .C
i.-p-r- cleaner through solid wood and non-ferrous .
Jordan said he has paid his own
r Garden Hoe
/ metal.Carbide-tipped 27570, _.-.
lor the 26 by
salary past years 's
writing enough tickets (resulting in ,_ ., Welded shank,serrateqedge,, V44V.-on .pi. <)c. -
fines to cover the cost. : 99 t# run ,,,, J I
Jordan ''told the council 'that SPECIAL'$ '$ 99 :
Lawtey needs five officers to pro YOUR

vide around-the-clock coverage, and .. ., PRICE' ; ".
"If we aren't. costing, the city ,.
'anything. 1 don t.see why we can t owr p J r
have them." .

Former councilman Willie Strong shop-vac' 'ORIMO 7 w

,said, "I think the Police Department 10-Gal. Drop _
should do than + .Fw
more stop cars E +
Something needs to be done,." Wet/Dry Vac Spreader +M
Barry Watts,assistant water plant r High-performance by-pass motor automatically shuts ,
Rugged polyethylene hopper will not rust. Easy on-otto
operator,said, "Why does the Police r
off when lull Includes cr.vlc.looI.round brush and action 55-lb.capacity Easy 3-piece assembly
Department have to pay its own upholstery nozzle. '600.02.62 1 iw+ 4 No tools needed #8465 "- -'- ..-


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,BHS. Band One of Three I

Earning All ''Superiors.


The' Bradford High band earned Clark and Kevin Blankenship.Dance .
t straight superior ratings in 'he ream- Wanda Mueller,
Florida Bandmaster's Assoc. Sheila few,Renee McCarthy, Kristl
+ .1- District High School Festival at UK Ball, Erica Banks, Shannon Wolfe
.), in Gainesville March 12. Samantha Jones, Donna Padgett
.and Amy Noegel.! majorettes.
I 4? Of 25 bands participating, only Rosalyn Taylor, Renee Hewett Noy

three, BHS, Union High, and Sprivibul, Beth Mckinney. Amy'. '
Gainesville High, received superior Ferguson and Allison Archer,
ratings, the highest possible. .BHS Jazz BandRobert Boone, Andy
..fI I also received a superior rating in Uoodowns Noy SpnviBul.Mme
sight reading. Student conductor'' McElroy, Scott Duncan Ron
,Sharr) Bass also received a superior Wishardt, Paul Coleman Kim
rating. Burch, Dale Cassels, Billy Starling,
Billy Stephens, Marshall Albritton,
'l"I i I Bradford High School band Kevin Boone, Jimmy Quiettel Jen-
i ; $ jJi1 members participated in the nifer Dodge Kenny Clark Karen
# District Solo and Ensemble Festivalin Hodges John Frampton and MICKI
Gainesville February 19 and 20. Becker.

..... Those receiving superior ratings Receiving excellent ratings were:
will be' participants in the State soloists-Kevin Boone trumpet; Jen-
_.4.. : Festival May 5-1. mler Hodge, snare drum; Michelle
I x .' "" 61.} -- Soloists judged superior were Hendrix, clarinet: Jason Morin,
Marshall Albntton, trumpet; Mick ''trumpet; Billy Stephens; Trumpet
Straight-A Students at Southside. Elementary... Becker, flute; Robert Boone alto and Steven Thornton, trench horn.
sax ;- Kem Fillyaw, clarinet; Ensembles judged excellent were:
Straight-A students at Southside Elementary for both the third and Stephens. Ryan Lee. Chris Sembroski. Bobby Rodgers, Duke Lane, Gordon Danielle Smith, oboe and piano. clarinet quartet, Melinda Powell
fourth six-weeks are l-r): Brown, Mitch Ames Samantha Belcher Ensembles receiving superior Kim Johnson, Debbie Browning and
Front row: Nlchole Gulley Brandl Tomllnson. Chris Mollerup, Crystal Fourth row standing Kim DeSue, Jill Gnann Melissa Crews April ratings were! clarinet trioKem Angela' Davis; trumpet Quartet,
Evans Chris Henley Philip Pom bier, Leigh 'Johns. Candice Pippin McKinney Lane Tougaw, Kristin Gassett, Jody Elder. Rachel Coleman. Fillyaw, Karen' Black and Michelle Marshall Albritton, Jimmy yuiette,
Adam Marchese. Andrea Aguirre Amy Patton.Kelly Rartkln Ashkea Belling. Hendrix; clarinet quartet- Kem Kevin Boone and Billy Starling.
Second row. seated: Tishia Mason David Wolley Brett Revels, Fifth row. standing in rear Brad Barber. Sean Connaughton. Sean, Fillyaw,Karen Black, Michelle Hen Instructors tor these students In-
Jeremy Lawson Erica Maine. Natarsha Tyson Karl Sembroski. Renee Phillips; Scott Thrift Rosella Smith. Amie Long Julie Loper, Shannon drix and Dede Cox, ; saxophone clude Buddy Ball, Bradford High'
Smith Lori Musson. Safer Molly O'Neal. Rosalyn Thomas. quartet- Robert Boone, Scott Dun- School Band, Tammy Whalen ma-
Third row, standing on knee: Aaron Harris, Casey: Moore. Freddie can, Noy Sriyibut, Mike McElroy; jorettes and dance team, Donna
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I Black Month Commemorated' at LWCILawtey
History, r ......

Correctional Institution Mrs., Johnson are examples of this and featured black leaders and articles Another highlight of the 'month l -..' -......_.,..
recently 'completed numerous ac hard work, for all of their children on their bulletin boards. was having Mr.Harry K. Smgletary, ...-..;! ... ,
'tlvitie -commemorating Black have obtained four year degrees, or Students reviewed outstanding assistant secretary of operationsfrom .)i::. o .....,. .
History month. are attending college with the excep- literature, plays ''speeches, poetry the Department of Corrections,
The coordinator of these activities tion of one son who chose an apprenticeship and critiqued television shows and to speak. He presented a message to
Ms. Helen Ellis stated the in construction and works m articles featuring the "black ex the inmate population that forced M
'theme for the month was to be on the that field. periences" in Amenca. Included in them to take a long hard look at SlONS
gains people have made, and not the Ms. Carolyn :Spooner: from Starke. the library were bibliographies of themselves, access what they saw
struggle, recognizing that many an HRS supervisor, spoke and the leaders of the black movementand -and to make positive changes in Available9049645H9
staff members of Lawtey Correctional -, delivered the same message, historical books of interest. their hIe styles and goals.
Institution and their families "through hard work, motivation and These book titles were listed and Many staff members were in
have made personal. 'gains in their the desire to achieve. you can accomplish made available to the inmates. strumental coordinating these actrvities -
,own lives. your goals. Films were shown by the Institu and their help was greatly
Several'staff members' their'' The Black Gospel Choir of the tion's Recreation Department appreciated.
church choirs presented programson University of Flonda and the Edi- throughout the month. '
The inmates at Lawtey wish to express
several occasions. wards Waters College Choir sang The inmates of Lawtey presented'a ,
their to the
The family ''of Mr. and Mrs., 'and gave outstanding performances I'' play depicting the sequence of speakers, choirs appreciation and everyone that

Cephus Johnson and five of their 14, On these two occasions, ,Lawtey ,black history. gave 01 their time to share with ,
to the UnJlmlted .' inmate community There were 'several'prison' "
children an
brought a message them, to say "thank you"*and please
inmate population. This messagewas services organization; served mimstenes held in the chapel including -, .
come again
led by one their sons, the Rev. refreshments. a four day crusade by the '
Herman Johnson, who stated that The Lawtey'' Correctional l Institution's -, Chuck Colson ministry and the Ar- .(Editor's Note:' The foregoing article -,
through hard work and desire you Educational Department did thur Freeman "Free. 'indeed" was received from the Lawtey, OUTDaORADVERTISINGON '

I. can 'achieve your goals. Mr. and in-depth studies'' of Black, History: ,ministry', Correctional Institution! ." .

I. City Councilfrom US 301

The council authorized
.Commissioner Bobby Biggs' because it was purchased with Mayor .
Woods and Attorney Brown ,ito
1A and located
page reported he attended a recent 'federal monies in the
)valued from $60,000 to (80,000, meeting in reference to the status of historical Call Street district.. release enough funds, to pay the
employees holding the remainder
possibly affecting property values. the Rosenberg building. Bfggs'says 'U until Low Monthly Rental Pays All
saleguards are in place to
Update..; pro- .
Atihi3 point i no zoning laws have the city now has.two options to ; -set the < '
city interest.
t". loeenVidJate'd.TMayor Travis Woods ell .the HuHding witmn two years;*, tlnda: i Day.whose PlanCom firm j g ji\\... Mrs.
Day is reportedly confined to* Call I (for Details-964-5119 Ellen .
said the owner of the frame house or, 2)) turn,butlding over to a non- ,was administrator of the downtown' 'a and Bailey
hospital, was unable to attend
has six months to upgrade the profit,. historical preservation grant project, is seeking the re- the meeting.
building;but did not elaborate on the organization and allow it to seU the mainder1' of administrative funds,
meaning of mpgrade.":There are no building,again with a two year time asking for it to be paid in three mon-
deed restrictions on the lot on which limit. thly installments.
the house is being moved althoughlots If the building remains unsold The council first 'decided to1\
across the street do have restric after two years, the city will be free withhold all funds until a certification
tions. to raze the structure. of completion has been issuedby
Mrs. Sapp said the council may The city is attempting to get the the state, but relented when two 1 4 1 '
wish to address the issue of allowing two year time limit reduced to one PlanCom employees said they have
low pnce homes to be moved into year not been paid for the past month
neighborhoods of more expensive The city is currently prohibitedfrom since PlanCom has run out of
homes. razing the Rosenberg building money.



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. O'Neal Gives ,Reasons' for Opposing Hazardous Waste Facility in. ,Areashipment IWheret'a

"; of "We also feel that tne siting Process was
water. He added that nearly 30 percent
Darrell O'Neal. Bradford
County's landfill counties
(i"1"I designed for small rural with as
''' the director told the Starke hazardous waste disposed of cannot be
: ; Rotary Club few registered voters*s possible, and u
:C I, from last week: that be is still opposed to the traced anywhere, and represents a greater opposition as* "
risk to the environment.Therefore, we- little potential possible
Georgia? location of a hazardous waste treatment
1South O'Neal aatd."These obviously took
1 facility in the Bradford/Union County must support the State's efforts for treatment over environmental concerns.

area, although on a recent trip to a small and proper disposal of hazardous 1 and precedence traffic hazards in our incorporated'areas I
wastes generated to the State of Florida.
hazardous waste plant near Spartanburg that are already congested with
AIFORD S.C., be observed no imminent dangers "We also encourage strong regulationsfor large transport trucks and trailers."
under the present management of GSX
recycling reclaiming and reduction of
'," O'Neal pointed out the lack of emergen
I" Corp. wastes at the point where- they are facilities in Bradford and
O'Neal said that comparing the South generated," O'Neal said. "We must sup-' Union Counties, which have little or no
Carolina plant with the one planned for 'port stringent penalties beyond 'affor- resources to meet the needs of this
Union County would be like comparing" dable' business fines for those guilty of Illegal magnitude,and the"ridiculous evacuation
plea and oranges.The Spartanburg faculty disposal of hazardous wastes plan" for Inmates of UCI and FSP
u approximately one-fourth the capacity In his reasons for the .
stating opposing
stressed the
of the plant proposed for prison property treatment O'Neal said "First I The speaker potential
facility, ,
north of Raiford, in terms of volume of conducted loss of values for homeowners in the area
waste handled., feel that the siting process was who, at the same time, will be the most affected
In that the locationwas
a manner Indicating in cue of a disaster.,
1.1 The South Carolina plant processes only picked first by DEft and then a consulting persons
\ ,,' liquids, O'Neal said, and incinerates no firm was hired to establish siting T'suggest, that a facility should be
dioxins, PCBs or deferona. He said that an criteria that would make our Bradford/U located adjacent to an interstate exchangeto
accident in the plant caused the evacua- non communities come out on top.." alleviate traffic through any community -
tion of 1,000 persons in 188S,under the prior O'Neal said this conC1ualOllllluDDOI'tedby ; that designated truck routes for hazardous
waste be established
management of ADCO., ,
\' 1 the secretive manner to which DER!: and marked and required to be used in order to
O'Neal said, "We know that approximately Weston worked through the 10,200 sites eliminate the risk of transport through any
I SO percent of hazardous waste they say they considered, and our county community and that the site be located
generated In Florida Is disposed of by land commissioners and legislative delegationwere away from prisons, farm lands' and environmentally
filling at the present time, and this must not notified until we were the sensitive O'Neal
stop for the, protection of our ground. finalists.'* ,areas
concluded, .. -- ...'


Visiting Musicians' front.India .

To Make Local Appearances

Devidas T, Pal, a renowned'flutist from 4'1'
Karanataka State to India will be beard In
a mini-concert during the Humanitiesclass _
etriTQRiALS at Santa Fe Community College Music _
Starke Center, Monday, Apr.11,at 11 a.m.
Pal plays the native bamboo flute of India

.. :" "' CI ,and will be accompanied by Ravi V. Lead,

.,,:;: \':"\:: player.a highly skilled Tabla (India drums) ,FROM

"" /; .\" \ Both musicians are guests during their ,
,'1 \: ; '"' : stay in Florida, of their friend Dr. P; M. INDIA
;11)),<.1'' Cash from Trash Kamath, a consulting chemist In contact
lenses who resides on U.S. 301 south of I(
Starke, and ,recently returned from a
,Recycling Is, the way to Go India.several months' return visit to his native,

During their stay here the two musicianswill I'J'
also be heard in concert at the Thomas 'Two musicians from India now visiting friends to Starke.
.,, Buried in, a 'festering landfill with cording to""Florida Environments", In Center to Gainesville on April 14 at 7:30 will be heard In concerts here and to Gainesville/ during the I
"I' their backs against an ever-mounting'' the'1987 Legislature the Council asked p.m. Their appearance there is sponsored coming week. Devldss T. Pal (at right plays the bamboo>
by the Florida Flute Club of the flute used In his country, and Is accompanied by Ravi V,' ,
,wall of garbage, Americans are beginning for I $300,000 to set up a system that n Florida.. University Lead on the Tabla (native drums of India)'.
to realize that the only long-term would coordinate environmental education In ,
professional life.' Pal is 'a branch
solution to this problem, through in schools and environmental agen- manager in the India Government-owned though/OnlY 27, years old, has already' pleasure of performing.Then;most recent
recycling, and reduction of waste,at the cies. But due to limp gubernatorial sup Syndicate Bank in Curchorem,Goa. Music' achieved the level of a full-fledged professional public appearance before leaving India for

source of generation, port, they got a token of only 175,000, has been his avocation since early Tabla Is" player the USA was given at Halim Academy of
childhood In spite of the fact that formal Laad a highly skilled Tabla Sitar, Bombay at the Invitation of Pad-
,. ,..".,... BAs ...noted recently Jn_ Iewsweek_ _--And worse still, the Department include of, coaching was not available to him becauseof i coming from a well-known musical family ,mashrt Abdul flallm: Jaffar Kban.' .
Magazine. "Solid waste recycling has .Educationdid'110t'even the humble family resources, be has attained -' in Goa, famous for producing outstanding

been declared dead many times, but. Council in its January budget request to, the stature of a mature musician and an musicians.- He received his early formal In addition to the Humanities students, a
from Parwatkar and
always finds a way to surface again. the Governor., No wonder there is such accredited radio artist, performing frequently coached coaching by M. Kurdikar, presently, Is t lately professor 'limited number of the general public can

.After a spurt in the 1970s,.. recycling, widespread ignorance concerning the on All India Radio for more than a at California Institute of Arts in ,be accommodated at the SFCC concert
waned because of cheap' and plentiful present crisis in solid waste disposal as decade.' He has also given concerts at Veronica. Lead holds a musical degree Please call 964-S3S3 for reservations.'
various musical centers In India, and has conferred
landfills." well as hazardous waste. by Bombay University,and

"Florida Environments" reminds us received fessional.reviews He is matching those of a pea. The unique of Devidas,as well as, f i They will also at the Starke
is another
vow, 'recycling getting recognized as a self-taught Ravi appear
Is that they their
play Instruments
that in the two or three minutes it took'to Woman's Club on April IS.: I
because of the maestro who developed an inborn natural meeting ,
boost mounting garbage purely' as a hobby and f on'the sheer
,, .. .
read this editorial, one more gift through sheer persistence .I
of ,
crisis. According to Newsweek, half ..
out of the 900 day that
newcomer per
American cities are predicted to run out -
move into Florida, has crossed< our
of landfill 1990. In Bradford
space border., "Chances that he she
County It will be sooner than that. Dum- are or to the Editor
lot of with Jt.Letters
brought a rosy expectations
ping costs have skyrocketed, and com*, ,
them, but little understanding a out.FJorida's ,
munities usually take a (Not In
My Backyard stand to new dumps and unique aquifer systems .

Incinerators. The latest instance, of susceptibility to endangered species To The TownspeopleOf

.course, is Union and Bradford Counties' and sensitive Impending wetlands water-supply, coastal habitats crises ", Teacher of the ,Year'Recognition Should. Be Shared' Lawtey, Fla.
militant stand the site of
against being a
the I am writing this letter to apologize for.
hazardous waste treatment tacility-' paper says.Floridians Dear Citizens of Bradford County; community, administration and total' the unfortunate accident that occurred

and who can blame them? need to be educated about It Is with deep humility and sincere appreciation school staff, I,could not be an effective. when my rifle accidentally went off in your

But before recycling, and 'reduction- the necessity for recycling householdand that I express to you my teacher.. town in November, 1987.

at-source can be successfully sold to the commercial garbage, and reduc- gratitude for the honor recently. extended' I would encourage each of you to becomean I hope the townspeople will accept my
tion of hazardous waste at the plant or tome. active participant in your community apology because it was an accident. ,
American people, they must be informed where generated.In I think it Is school. Personally, I have discovered that James.Arvin
ShOp important to point out, '
and educated to the need for .
pressing however,that I only represent ad of the excellent there la a direct relationship between a 348 Whitney Road:
such stringent measures.' Lack of, cor- a two-page article headed "Turn teachers of Bradford County, and strong volunteer program and the degree Spartanburg.S.C.Rotarians .
rect information is one reason there Is ing Trash Into Hard Cash", Newsweek each nominee deserved to be our county's of progress exhibited by my first graders.
.such adament opposition to the.hasty reported that, "Not only is more: trash, Teacher of the Year because truly they One of the greater satisfactions in life is to

decision to place a hazardous waste' ,. being recycled, but more of it is finding are all outstanding educators in their own- classroom.observe learning Our children taxing place within a

treatment facility in a North'' Central "' ,new uses' At!Chicago plastics plant right. precious resource and only are through Mr them mnat Will Hear

Florida location, far from the areas helps turn milk cartons into grist for Furthermore, I believe that teaching is a will we survive as a nation. New Circuit Coordinator

where the bulk of the state's hazardous'waste everything from park benches to ham- team effort and that without the supportand Jean Clark'' For Guardian ad Litem
of students
originates., mock spreaders. Old tires, perennial cooperation my parent Hampton,Fla.OH1 Barbara'Beynon' the new circuit coor

But education and information to the waste problem, are crushed into"crumb .,. dinator for the Guardian ad LItem program I
rubber" machines and used : in Baker Bradford and Union Counties
by ,
Bradford County when will ,
public was forgotten in the State's haste, Rebuttal to Accusations you will speak at the Starke Club
in road pavement or rubber substitutes awaken to sleep no more to the lullaby of Rotary
to do in eight months a Job that took Brought Against Me racial What the meeting Wednesday April 13.
'that are said to be better than virgin injustice In world will it
some states three years to perform. In In Bradford County. take ,Beynon replaces Marianne Bennlnk
'rubber. But even with these new uses, who
its April issue, ,"Florida I am an unemployed disabled Individual Perhaps when Bradford County does will remain as coordinator for
only half of the 150 million tons of trash
Environments realize what having deaf ears, blind Gllchrlat and Levy Counties. She will be
a monthly publication according to the laws,and statutes of the eyes
that Americans produce each year are and hardened hearts does to racism, what ,accompanied at the
'says, if there was one unrealistic ele- State of Florida.I draw a monthly disability Rotary meeting by
ment in DER's now much maligned being recycled., check and 1 can barely pay my bills and discrimination and deprivation has cost Carole E.: Zegal, director for the .8th
and is soil costing this county,it will I be too Judicial District's Guardian ad Utem '
selection for hazardous waste Recycling is not the entire answer to feed myself. But,thanks to none other than
a Jate.
process ,which speaks on behalf of assigned,
the and neither is incinera- my mother, I am surviving.
treatment facility was the notion that'a problem, I own two pairs of pants. One pair is in Joe Darnell Davis 'children before the court, social service
few bucks and a few brochures could tion. But together they can do a much fair condition' ; the other pair is so badly lie South Bay$t.,Starke agencies,,and the community

effectively educate the ,Florida better job than is now being done, and .worn that I am ashamed to wear them. I

citizenry' ....Effective education re-;; help preserve precious landfill space. also have only two pairs of shoes. One pair
Furthermore, Americans can convert is in fair condition the other la so full of
quires a long-term, "systematic, comprehensive ." that trash to ready cash as many are. holes that when 1 wear them I'm practically -. a unty.1

And now program.that the crisis' is ,upon us,, already doing. ly fro most barefoot of the winter, spent day Forestry :Bradford .c

what are we doing to combat ignorance But first, Americans must be Informed ,and nights with no utility service. My
and educated to change their lights and gas have been off for two months ,
concerning the problem the environmental By David W.Nertan
'wastefUl ways.. It won't be easy and or more. A Tree For All Seasons '
paper asks. It points out Now If that's not enough hardship,'someone ; Bradford County Forester'
that the 1986 Legislature created 'the may require years to bring about an ap- has apparently singled me out, and, Its that time of the year when the ,'
Council on Comprehensive En, preciable decrease in the millions of according to Mr. Glen Moore of the Bradford dogwoods their beauty and roots aa Ingredients to a Utter tonic-,
Education'and tons of wastes of all kinds generated in County jail,he has received numerous their brilliant white pe all announcing the that tribal doctors employed to treating
vironmental charged it America annually. It will require more complaints that 1 have been selling cannabis -' arrival of spring. The flowering dogwood ".*... When quinine was scarce during i
with jnapplng ,'a future course of action education and more dollars to supportthat at lie South Bay, upstairs where I Is one of Florida;::! most rem.ar&abtelreee.' the SP1 War Southerners created a
for' environmental education in live,which la totally .....I don't even owna It's beautiful, its functional and it plays a remedy for colds and fever from the
Florida.." But 'what happened? 'Since education- 975,000 appropriations piece of furniture outside of a nine year part In the Easter season.., '
Bob Martinez: a former school Just won't hack it, and the real expense old used television. I don't even know If it The atones and legends about the"' The dogwood Is a tree for all seasons.
teachermoved, into the'' Governor's' will come when Florida loses its fragile wore; it was given to me for helping a dogwood go back-many centurtea. 'The Besides being beautifully whit for a few
environment and becomes unlivable for ,friend move. most famous, of course, Is the myth that weeks to the spring, its green leaves pro
mansion, the environmental education us who are already'' here ,and 'the I have lived in Bradford County for three Christ was crucified on a cross made of vide shade in'' toe summer and turn'
program has been virtually lifeless, ac thousands years now and I five year to show for it dogwood. The crucifixion and use of the Brilliant red in the fall,and to the Winter ita
yet to except a possible Jail sentence tree so God bright, red
come'T angered that he reshaped the fruit feeds birds of many
..... ,. _.._
: << for something I am falsely accused of.The tree bending the lpect. It seems
;'-. ; 'r.ADr.OD.CO trunk: and branches to to be especially favored
only explanation could come up with for top Its use aa an instrument of death.: byturteys! and migrating ro 1na.
this iI keep bad company, according to After reshaping the dogwood, God endow The dogwood tree la beautiful and ver
'KBE others, and the fact that I am a black man.Bradford ad it with its lovely white flowers honor" satile and, like the flowering magnolia
w IiINCE ts79 County-when will you awaken of His Son. baa bs:w e closely associated with the
p from .this terrible drunken stupor that ; In fact the flowers are not flower at all Soatft. It U easily transplanted and blends
waver uPb :seems to stipulate If you are poor or black, but bracts which are modified leaves nicely m most landscaping plant.
get back; and If you are rich or whiter generally mistaken for a blossom. The ..I?! ?"& problem witn c dogwood in our
t, you're rignt. four leaves resemble cross and are tipped ... la that the soils...not ways kind to
*0s O.MftOUftON-JOHN M.MUtt This is a new day.The time for change I with a said to finds ,.this species. In general the soils locally ale
bolesllMft m
1 now. There is no more time for the racial j sent the nail Christ's wetter at times and somewhat less fertile

''J ublsabe.s each Thursday and entered on Second Oaa. Matter at'the Port Office at ,l injustice that permeates this county. !I and feet after the crucifixion. The actual tbaD cIqrwooci: | pnt.... results,

Btarb': narlda. under Act of Much 3. IS9. Subscription rate In trade area !H12 per yean ; 'What nuria'ma the moat Is the fact teal I flowers of the dogwood are at the center of eetabiiah a dogwood tree to PaartaW to fully
$7.00. sex.months. Outside trade area:: 413! per yea, *7BObt month waited until I was personally.victimised by thefour" bracts that make up the, own bade areas and provide the tree with lu
this racism before 1 actually. addressed, Practical personal fertiliser treatments
Phone tOOi PO -eaoa 13S W.C::Btzcet/P.O..Dnwer s Staike.;Florida 84081 till problem. However, f feel It is never use was made of the dogwood l(b.diam'generally oace par year ill Marco/April. 1
American Indiana
too late to try to bring out change for the who made scarlet tertlllssr per )" CI
I' good of ail dye from the bark and also used the bark .'


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Alescia Odom Michael Brown Wed

octal Feb. 28 In Port, Rlchey CeremonyAlescia
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:'ide of the news Dawn Odom and Michael The bnde headpiece was a tiara

"j _. Jackson Brown were united in marriage of white tulle, embroidered wedding
.'.oIdlnl' Club. N.w. ,. SWIul tv.nCliurrh ..., at ;J p,m, on Sunday, Feb. 28 at flowers, baby'' pearls and crystals
rf1 ,. ltu..rpde.u to N Port, Richey heirloom diamond lavalliere belonging -
Father Paul Johansen performed to her grandmother was her only
Luncheon ,the'ceremony. Nuptial music was' adornment, Her bouquet was a K -
t provided by Mrs Vera Woods, cascade-blend of white lillies, carnations

Gloria Strickland organist Miss Joanne Kelly sang astermerries' and.. sweetheartroses.
several songs selected by the bride .
Miss Gloria Strickland, brideelectof and groom. Miss Greta Heinz of Tampa was
John Valenski, was honored witha Alescia is the daughter of Mrs. maid 'of honor. Bridal ,attendants
morning bridal brunch Saturday, Donald R. DeWitt, Jr., of Port were Misses Heidi Heinz of Tampa,
Mar 26. The event, was held in the Richey and John Daniel Odom III of and Gloria Gross of, Port Richey. ,
upstairs club room overlooking Gainesville. Michael is the son of They all wore royal blue ribboned
Kingsley Lake, at the Camp Branding Mr. ,and Mrs. Michael Edward talfeta tea-length oft the shoulder i
Officers Club Hostesses were Brown of St. Cloud. Alescia grandparents dresses, fitted bodice, lull gathered ,
Mrs. Harry Gruen, Mrs Eldon Hardy are Mrs. Gilbert S. Brown elbow-length sleeves and full skirts.
Mrs. Linda Johns, Mrs, Drew Mr Stanley S. Nocgel and Mr. 'and They all wore' a single strand of
sr Reddish.,Mrs. James Reddish' and Mrs,,John Odom II( all of Starke. ; pearls and earrings, a gilt from the s
Mrs.James E, Rogers Jr. The Altar was accented with bride. They carried bouquets of
The brunch tables were all baskets of mauve astermernes, mauve astermerries, statice and
overlaid with large' round lace!/ tea white hllies, an archway garland of white miniature carnations
cloths, placed over floor length solid( ,sprengen tern 'and baby's breath, f

\ pastel colored ruttled underskirts. along with arched candelabras. Pew The /Mower girl, Miss Casey
( Each
table was centered with an ar markers cascades
were of royal blue Crestwell daughter of Mrs. Ronda
rangement of fresh 'interspersed !satin ribbon. '
Crestwell ot Port Richey) wore a
L with white bridal wreath* The bnde, escorted to the altar by'' dress identical to the bridemdids:
,Guests were greeted at the door by ,her'stepfather, Donald R. DeWitt The ring bearer was Master Steven
Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mrs. Eldon Jr., wore a custom-made off- Brown brother of the groom:
Hardy> Serving appetizers the shoulder gown of white slipper satin The groom's father, Michael Edward -
Stacey( Denmark guests in the club room and on the featuring a sweetheart neckline,anda Brown, was best man.
and David Walker lakeside,veranda! were Mrs Rogers fitted bodice with lace medallion Groomsmen and ushers were Scott

Denmark.WalkerEngagement ,and Mrs. Gruen. Miss Stricklandwas appliques and hand-beaded seed Liotta, Dave Brown, uncle of the
pinned.with a camellia corsage pearls. The Kli/.abethan sleeves groom and Master Kerry UcWitt,
Told ,upon her arrival, and presented with tapered to a close'fitting elbow with brother of the bride
a set ot initialed crystal goblets as a: lace medallions to A
a point on the reception was held following the
Dr. and Mrs. J.: E. Denmark memento of the
are occasion.
hand. The full( skirt
; was appliqued ceremony. Greeting guests were
proud to announce the engagementof Seated at the bride's honor table with lace and pearls; and flowed into, Miss Linda Derrick and Master
their daughter, Stacey Leigh, of with Miss Strickland, were Mrs.
,a chapel! length train Kerry Dewitt. The bride's booK was
Starke,to David Loyd Walker,son of Joseph Valenski and Mrs. 'A.L attended by Miss Lynne Macke of !Mm. Michael Jackson Brown I
Or and Mrs.
Martin D. Walker of Stewart, mother and grandmotherof Gainesville. Assisting in serving the
Seffner, Fla the groom; Mrs. Donald Thornton Browning Reunion guests were Misses Linda Wheeler
Stacey is a 1987 graduate of the and Mrs. Steve Futch, sisters pi the
Barbara Morris, Johnson of Renee Trainer
University of Florida April 14 In Worthington Kristy Announcing.. ,Ashley .;
with a degree 'bride; and Mrs. Jack/, Strube, sister Port Richey and Mrs. Robert Haney
in Speech & Language Pathology. ot the groom. Descendants of David Benjamin of Clarksburg, W. Va. Raymond and Theresa Trainor ot
She is employed by* the Bradford Among the thirty guests attending and Idella Conner Browning will Large plants of blooming hibiscus Starke announce the birth of' a,
County School System. Were out-of-town guests Mrs John hold a family reunion and covered and iicus trees covered with small Mitchel Dubolsky 'daughter. Ashley Renee, weighing 8,
David is currently enrolled In the Deas, Mrs. Glen Khachigan, Mrs. dish dinner on Sunday, April-14 at white lights hanging cascades of Mr and Mrs. Van 'Dubol kY an- pounds,,on March 20.
University ot Florida College of Dentistry Sidney Stnckland, and Mrs Lynette the Worthington' Spnngs Community royal blue and white balloons were nounce the birth of a son, Mitchet 'Maternal grandparents are Gene'
He will graduate in May Morgan ot Lake City; Mrs. Maura Center. used throughout the reception room. ''DIrk, born April \, lie joins 'a' /and Faith Murphy ot Starke.
'fhe wedding date is set for July 30, 'RIOUX of Gainesville Ga.; Mrs. Gloria Howard of Dukes and Judy The bn e's table was centered bya brother, Marcus t'aU-in.U grandmother is Edna:
1988 at 7 ,rn. at the First United James Mrs. Trninor also ol Starke.
p "Seiple, Mike Weiss of Deland would like to hear four-tiered wedding cake, and, -
Methodist CHurch of Starke. All Bludsworth and Mrs. Jim Darlington
from all relatives who might have ,decorated with wedding flowers and
friends and relatives'are invited to of Jacksonville, information on the early Brownings, fern. Cutting the bride's cake were '
,attend, and family pictures are also needed Miss far Clark and Mrs. Stanley
lor a scrapbook compied by Sandra Oewitt both from Clarksburg, W, % 4)Z2t'
',C.; Frameli of Virginia Beach, Va. '
'Lawtey First Baptist GospeThe I Sing Saturday, David Benjamin Browning was food and champagne tables

Singing 'Donn Fitch Family THURSDAY the'' Highland born Mar. 20, 1873; In Lake Butler, were covered with white and royal I f" t. .r.4g1tt,
and blue tablecloths with
was married to Idella Conner of garlands ot
from Milan, fenn., will be In concertat Church Choir and Singers will sing, "
the First Baptist Church in and FRIDAY the First Baptist in Baker the Lake or Taylor Butler-Ralford County. They area lived and ,sprengen The wedding tern.was directed by Mrs A Gift, St&o' tDt'iea!:flqwers CoBvttiM' \

'.., Lawtey this Saturday April 9 from Church Youth Choir and Singers will reared Katherm Heinz of ,-Slutssorits : '' IBatJi&cctnfFantastic '
eight children. Both are Tampa Following jCUf7TU e1Zights ,
7-9 Rev. Fitch
p m. will also be guest present a special musical program... ''
buried bridal
wedding the
in) Sapp Cemetery near reception '
speaker at the 10:45: a.m. worship ,Pastor Grayson McNeill invited 'Spring" et!I f
Raiford. couple were showered with birdseed ; ;-L ,
service on Sunday, Apr. 10,
to to these services
come :
,Ii The First Baptist Church will everyone The father of Mr. Browning, who from'a royal blue long-stem satin Selected items'30 Io50%off ,,some arc one of; u kl"'ml< .Don't'delay
also named David 'rose as they climbed Into the rumble,
was Banjamm, ,
begin its Spring Revival on Monday, :comq in today sale ends April 14, '
seat of 19JO Model T and driven
was born in North Carolina on Jan. a ; '
April 18-22,7:30 will be p,m.Dr.nightly-'James Guest Ford DAR, Elbert Chapter 12,, 192J. in the penod 1850-60,' he away by Mr. and Mrs.: Hermon Card, ,New:,China ducks,decorated with China, tiWH>,fl* aai.tf1, fUiwcrs, ,
evangelist ;
pastor of the Macclenny Baptist Meeting Apr. 4 'came to Florida and married Julia'' of Port Richey. 'cxquisito.; Unusual picture frames just In l'in1,1, }Vtothtrs' } day. .
\ to the 1860 Following a wedding trip to '
Church. Col. "Addison. According cen- .May 8. We Appruiatc our customers
Mrs. Zee Tolles to the
spoke David was 47 at the time and Disney World, the couple will reside '
lUSt Hours 930530MF.Sat93QSW( /
will ;
Special music presentedeach ,Samuel Elbert Chapter of the
had worth and In Gainesville. They are both attending '
property $2,000
night.MONDAY: Calvary BaptISt' NSDAR the of Revolu- per- $04 A Specialty Gift ,
on subject sonal funds of $500. Their five I the University of Florida; -u, Coast ShopStarfa .
Church ,
Choir will TUBS- '
DAY sing tionary War history at their meeting children were listed as Jane,age 10; ,Michael plays on the Gator football Jfa. 9648547When : '
The Church
Smyrna Baptist
4 at the
on Monday April
'Eveline,8; Cabbel,'7; Wright, 5; and team
Choir wm WEDNESDAY fhe
sine; Lake home of Mrs. George Brown.
Wealthy A., a daughter, age 3. They
First Baptist Church Choir will sins. The Regent Mrs. David faber
later had more including
Conducted the; nieetmg at which David Benjamin, ., who died Jan., '
" r Cnaplam, Mrs. Lucille Starnes gave J ': ,'">b'+ t cni L ;,,y+ s... '
IS, 1890 at the of 78.:
Homemakers Club the devotional program. Her Scripture Ms. Frameli's grandmother, EffteT -.s '

Meets April 14 reading was from Matthew 28. Anna Browning married Arthur
Chairman Mrs.
National ,
,I Lawton Crews of Lake Butler'and
The Bradford Extension Gilbert Brown presented her' program 'Worthington Springs on Fete 16,1916in
Homemakers Club will meet 'Thursday on "How the Soviets Raiford. They lived in Raiford !

April 14 at 10 a.m. in the Emasculated the United States"with most of their married life, and were NVE Y
,Agriculture Building a description'of weapons on.)> charter members of the Raiford ,
Ms. Mary Harrison, Extension each side and comparisons.Mrs. Baptist Church. Mr Crews retired'
Consumer Education Specialist with Brown served a variety of from employment at the Flonda
IFAS, University of Florida, will be, finger foods, apple juice and' coffee State Pnson, and worked as a
the guest speaker.Ms. Harrison was Co-hostess was Mrs. J.C, Lawson. security guard in ,Orlando before
one of eighteen Amencan Consumer Mrs. Allyne Kampfhenkel of Com- returning to farm and live in the
Specialists invited to travel through fort, Texas was a guest ,Jacksonville area. '
Russia on a tour sponsored by the
American Council on Consumer In-

terest. She was able to tour farms'' ,April Luncheon' Set for,Woman's Club
and factories that are off limits to __
the average tounst. Ms. Harrisonwill The regular monthly luncheon andmeeting Lillian stump'Ln Virginia Ekard! Faye
share the insight she gained of the Woman's Club of Thornton, Rose McConnell, ,Verme,
through a slide tape presentation. Starke will be April 13 at 12 noon. Odom and Joyce' Riherd. '
Guests are welcome. The program for the meeting will be 'All club members are urged to be' I
the annual reports from the Ex present for the last monthly ,
ecutive Board and Committee meeting. ''All members and guestsare
Easter Sunday Was Chairmen. looking forward to the annual
'.' 'Historical Hostesses for the luncheon will be May Breakfast set for May 1.

'At First Baptist Day i I's i, i J'I'

Easter 'Sunday was (a historical 1
day at the First Baptist Church of ,
Starke. It was only the second time Ili 1 ,.r
''m the history of the church that over / '

500 people came together for Bible '- } 4i1
Study (Sunday School) and worship. '
The Sunday School workers at the I III
church had been working for weeks
r I
to have the largest attendance ever e* & p SALE \ tff d''
,. for Bible Study and Worship. A, M STARTS i1
grand total of 570 were involved In TODAY
; the Sunday School program, which
: made it the largest grand total ever'' POLTESTIS Ii COTTON
involved in Bible Study for the week OL1'tSi1N 4 cot-0N'
of Easter. k
513 people were gathered at' the *5505ThoIs suES $198 ; _
church for Bible Study and 87 shut- w14. PLISSE
ins were involved in their homes for
the grand total of 870. Over 600 people WOOSIN (

attended the two Sunday morn- EMBROIDERY HOOPS n1Er
ing Worship services at the church. :
r i. ir 75100
Pastor of First Baptist Church J/
Ben Bryant, said"It did not happen TOUR CHOICE
by accident! It,was the' result of W COTTON u.
I prayer, faith and hard work. It hap-

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dragon missile Bradford 1iWT ,,45" .14. .".1_ I. 14." A wllar ",.
0 High ; ', \,
graduate J__ nM<,19M
School and ta now stationed in
Frankfort, Germany lor two year<

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PsgeIA TKI.KCiHAPU; April 7,1911II, .

.1 .r ."-- .. ..-'.;,-... -
"' >" "I l ,1 ForakvrErgUEngagement

Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,Brooks of

Hampton announce tile) engagement

and approaching marriage of their' ,
daughter, Sandra Renee Foraker, to "
{ 'Richard Nelson Ergle of Keystdhe,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ergle of '

The afternoon',wedding will be
June 11 at 4 p.m., at Wesley United
Methodist Church, 828 N.W. 23rd

Avenue, Gainesville., ,
ra -. The bride-elect is a 1982 graduateof
p '5: Bradford,High School and cur-
,rently works at Florida Pest Controlin
tI ..... The groom-to-be is a 1981 graduate

,from Gainesville High School, ,1987
graduate from the University of
Cheryl Bcyett Florida in the College of Health';and
and Ben AtkJnsOllBayettAtklnson Human Performance, and Is 'cur-
T and at
Sr- rently teaching coaching
Keystone Heights High School. .

caw To Wed June 11

Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyett of
1 1yfr
Lawtey announce the engagement of
their daughter Cheryl Boyett to Ben
Atkinson,son of Mr. and Mrs. JamesR.
Atkinson of Hawthorne.
The bride-elect is a graduate ""of
Bradford High School and the
University of Florida College of
Education. She Is currently a
teacher at Lawtey Elementary. '
The groom-to-be graduated from
Hawthorne High School and is
employed by Mans Distributing Co.
of Gainesville.

They are planning a June 11 wed-
Bradford:Strawberry Beauties... ding to be held at Grace United w
Melanie Wood on the right by second Selena Norman.
The runner-up At Methodist Church in All
1988 Strawberry Quern contestants and newly chosen Queen Lilly r
center back of Queen Lilly Burgess Is the 1987 Invite
Burgess just' ,after the, pageant Saturday night, April 2, in the BUS, Morrow. The contestants (t-rl are: Kimberly Strawberry Teeters.Wendee Queen Tammy Hall. family and fnends are n t
auditorium. ,
Karen Larsen, Deborah Tyllczka. Karen Larsen Michelle ... jiSandra
Howard. Tori
... _
seated renter ; "
Queen Lilly,is front flanked on left by first runner-up Clark, and Jeanna Andrews. --

f Forakerand
Richard Ergletered

. Lilly Burgess Crowned Bradford's'' 1988 Strawberry Queen School Menus

WM n cads yi tau c .n rice. cneesa uLL". __...-
,April 11-15 green pea, limit. cup butterscotch, f ',. ..
by Buster Rahn entertainment during the evening, in creative sportswear, swimsuits i"Miss Karen Renee Larsen, whose squares,not rolls, mils "I i
BCT Staff Writer enjoyed by the approximately 1,000 'and evening gowns The final competition parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Bradford Elem.&Middle School Tharsdajrt fried chicks, nee A gravy, mixed, \ ,< ,"
M.y, Macaroni CMM, corndof, vegetables,applesauce,coos'.,11I1,.&. '" ; I ,I
green < \
Lilly Mane Burgess, a BUS junior; people attending the event. The consisted of impromptu Hardee of Starke, is a BHS tumor. beam, applesauce;cinnamon..'W/.mil. Frtdajri Managers cnoict day. 1, ;Y, '\V. (i '
was crowned Bradford's 1988' auditorum was almost filled to answers by the contestants to ques- Miss Jeanna Andrews daughterof Tmdajrt Cnicten' noocM. coos Mix, buttered / i i1 "' ,
Strawberry Queen, Saturday even. ''capaCity. tions by the Front Row, acting as Mary Ann Andrews and Edwin green peas bruit, Mctm-nomy, num.Wedjieaoajri A-la-Carte I I'',.JjttMonday 1 itilkjl'h\, \ : ) I, ,
ing April 2, in a beautifully or- During the pageant the Front Master of Ceremonies. Andrews of, Graham, is :ill, ,BHS law, peacnea Salisbury,cootie, hot aka ram rice, milk.Tkimaayf A. gravy. COM Cneeseburgers, comdog.,trencn 1n"'I,''", '. I/;r(:"(") ,,'r
chestrated pageant in the'' newly Row group honored outgoing queen Judges for, the evening ,were; ,senior Hamburger..... ,.Irenck"", let nulfcsnasee !
renovated Bradford High ,School Miss Tammy Morrow" by, singing Richard Lewis, Rep. Chance Irvin Miss Deborah fyliczka? a I...........C pic....caeceble pudding milt, dog.Tvesday O,J.t Hamburgers milxsnaxes.,puns:[trench' tries.,como;
Auditorium., 'Tammy," just for her. At the Sara Reese. Robby Hidalgo and graduate of BUS, is the daughter of Friday:Manager ClMuca,l>ay. ,Wednesday Puxa, Hamburgers, eordogsf, ,
Miss Burgess'IS the daughter ;of beginning of the production Queen Ramsis Dizon. Tabulator was'Joby Robert and Janice :Tyliczfca* of, french tries, milKsnases. ,O,J. ,
Mr.' and Mrs. 'John Burgess, sot Tammy was escorted on stage ''of White. Starke. Bradford High School 1'110"0"muunsses,Cheeseburgers O.J pius'Irench fries,
Crystal Lake. Miz Ugly Mike Elder,who seated on Stage hands' couldn't get the' ,Miss Kimberly ,Jean, Teeters, 'Mooaajr j Spagnettl, .itn meat sauce,cheese' Mm, ,, Friday Managers: cnoice day.
First runner-up is Melanie Wood, a park bench. Then Queen Tammy auditorium air conditioner to Work daughter of Jean Winnett Is an adult green beans run crop' not ran mile Caen day students have a cnoice ol a not lunch,'
Teeidajrt Cerndog macaroni clteesa, coleslaw
a Santa.,Fe Community College. was serenaded The Front Door when creating high temperatures on the 'student at Starke Vocational Center. peaches.COOSM, mitt. > ,salad bar or a--carta.
sophomore ,whose parents are two each walked down the stage under the lights. While it was
Flame B. Wood and Leslie H.,Wood, auditorium. singing."Tammy,:Tammy hot on the stage, '
both of Stance. ,..
'Second runner"up'is Selena Nor The pageant was opened by Lorna With the pageant over President
,man, a BHS junior daughter of L.(VI. ,Reddish Junior Woman's flub Reddish said she hopes to have the'
,and Sandra Norman of MarketTon --'--- president who welcomed theJarge queen take part m many additional .,K
,' Lynn 'Clark, named "Miss group ol well-wishers and friends to community functions in the coming v1
Congeniality" by her peers, is a 16 the evening's festivities. year,more than has been possible m 3105
year old BHS freshman, the Following an introduction of the 10 prior years. =
daughter of Richard E. Clark, Sr. of contestants by The Front Row. the, "The girls all had a good time"
moved ',said Ms. Heidi Mize for the
Starke pageant into the competitionareas publicist fewer
"Front Row''' 'a barber-shop in which the 10 beautiful and pageant. That was theani: of the ".'o-o S
i _ _ B
quartet from Ja'iltsonvtlJe. provided vivacious young ladies were,judged Junior Women said Ms. Mize.
Queen Lilly agreed the support of. PRICES BEGIN 'THURS.,
the Junior Women was felt I by '"
> .', .''fe' ... ., APRIL TTHLTrRU: WED. -
I 26 Make A's at BMS .giflsv: t> bury" ,8 k' *:
; fiat
: ; 'The other six contestants'were: .' Vi ,"Ile ,, APRIL 13nrArouR'w anti rpc: -a r.
Miss Wendee'' Hall daughter of STARKE LOCATION ONLY1
rwenty-six students at Bradford A-B Honor Roll.... Charles Hall and Sandra Samon. is a,
'Middle :School or 3.2 percent of the graduate of Keystone Heights High
820-member student body, earned Eighth (Grade... Stephanie School.
straight-A's for the fourth six-weeks, Agin Shere Brown Ken Carlton Miss Sharon' Michelle Howard, 'I
grading period which ended March ,Mark/Crawtord( Jeremy Crawford daughter, of Mike and Cosette Gilbeys'I
Janice Davie, Beau Ely, Sophia Fan- Howard of Starke, is a,BHS jumor.ATTENTION ) '
2.Another 87 students, or 10.7 percent ton, James Grover, Mark Harden, I
of the student body earned all Shneka Hendneth, Jennifer Lester,
A's and B's for a place on the A-B Amanda Loper, Michael McKmney PUERTO RICAN
honor roll. Cherish Manning Matt Martin, VodkaBACARDI -
Two eighth graders, six seventh'graders Regma Padgett William Price ;.: '.. rum ,
,and 11 sixth graders earned Glenda Rosier, Brandy Ross,
80 PROOF '
straight-A's. They are: Melissa Salmon, Metma Smith,Jane, We recently passedby } 135 utER \' l )'yBAC
I, Stanwix-Hay, Kelly Stewart, April your place of business St.t ot.
Eighth Grade... Taylor, Chris Thompson, Madonna and noticed that R
,.Deana Holiday, daughter of. Mr. Tyler. Aretha Whitfield, Brenda your RDI 1292 A '113ER 33,80:.
gnage'needs: _
Richard Wolf.
and Mrs George Holiday of Starke. ,
Pam Patterson daughter of Mr tit LV Eft'A( /
Addison Angela Rep int. Touch-Up
and Mrs. Danny Patterson StarKe. Rebecca \ )
Baldree, Bradley Ball, Emily Bradford -, Repair
Seventh Graders.,. Shena Burgess. Jason Canova, alAq
Ethan Caren, Ken Crafton Tara Replacement
Shena Burgess daughter ot John: Dixon, Keary Griffin, Anue; Gntfis,
Burgess of Starke, Sidney Hall. Holly Hatcher Justin Updating...... Can,
Byron Lee son of Mr.: .and Mrs., 'KendrIck, Billy'Kyle,:Jason Lee,
''we interest in
flobert Lee of Starke. you
Jennifer Magyar, ,
Stephen McLeod son of Mr'and Mansfield, ErIc' Mason Josee a new look?
Mrs. Wayne McLeod of Starke. Erica Pfen-,
Miller, Natisha Mullis,
Jimmy Par do,' son of Mr:and mger,, Tracy Rhoden John Rippl- ,Free Estimates. Ambassado
Mrs. Romeo Parado of '
inger,' Dishanna Spooner, Gilbey'sGin
,Lake. Taylor Janna Thornton, Carlos
Heather Safer, 'daughter of Ms. Trent Melanie Trimble, Sonya CALL, I 86 PROOF 8 YEAR OLD
Gina Safer of Starke, and Sheldon '
Safer Thompson, Julie Williams. 1. 5 LItER scOTCH
of Starke, (904) 829-0070
Erin Wilkinson, daughter of Ms. Sixth Grade... Damien 1 1.15 LITER gL+ _,,,, ,ar ss.zbt.

,Sheila Wilkinson of Starke., Ames,,'Jim Autry, Santa Barnes' 59.3... /1 ar 5MAM
't Eric Cruger Estalla Denton Eric 'l'l' 159
Sixth Grade.. .
Donnerstag Shonda Easley ''Jeff Customers judge a ) )

.Brittany Bula,. daughter of Mr; Evans,; ,Ethan Fuquay Charlie 'business on their first ,
and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke. Gardner, Chnstal Greer, Lawrence
Bethany Lee, 'daughter' of Mr. ,Hankerson I'.Alan HarrIs JeremyHildebrand I impression. A sign is
and Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke. Miss ,'Ln; Lane Justin Lee' 'your best value 365 daysa

Lee is the county spelling, ,bee cham Josh McClellan, Charles McKinney 1 Is
year. yours working a
pion. : Shawna Manning Greg Marshall '
Dana Newsome, daughter of Mr. Tera Matiyastic, Sharon MorrIS; for you or against you?
and Mrs. Michael Newsome of Lloyd Odom Stephanie '$Sellers, -
StarKe: Chera Starling, Joseph StarUng., LORD
Candice, Norman daughter of Lee Ann Raulerson, daughter of, ANCIENT CITY /KENTUCKY i''
Charles'and Norman of / IJ111
Kathy Mr., and Mrs Tommy Raulerson JA 1 CALVERT
Starke. -- Ii-- ii Ii'' iis
Jonathan 'Smith, son of Mr and SIGNS BOURBON
Hetal and (
Patel daughter of Mr. :
Mrs. Kanu Patel of Starke., Mrs. John Smith of Starke. .1"..? I
Smita Patel, daughter of Mr. and David Stegail son of' Mr.; and, 4700 US' 1NorthSt.AugustineFla.: LORD
''Mrs. Suresh Patel of Starke.. Mrs. David Stegall of Starke., ,.; LITER
Amy Rankin, daughter, of Mrs.: Wendy Thornton, daughter of' 33.&or. I IS '
and Thornton' .5 LITER a
Cindy Nathan
Patricia RanKin of ,
Starke. .
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If you feel' you have; an' error In your Special ,PAULMASSONBURGUNDY. -CHABLIS .,

,Assessment,: please contact 'the Zoning ':Office ,ROSE .RHINE REGLILAR'l'

before April ,18, 19,88, so your statement' can bet LIGHT CHABUS urE nRAFt'I

,corrected., If the error is not presented before 'the 3 LITCRMl.4 01. 12-PAK

above date, no, change' will be made this year 599 entn fifASSOx .; 4 99,A CANS 12 oz.

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Board of'County Commissioners

Bradford County; Florida



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\prll', 1988'TELEGRAPH Pace 7 AIN

Legal Notices .- I II



t' '{,t'" ,,: COM No,88 I I62CA PROPOSED ANNEXATION STATE OF FLORIDA Reddish, os sheriff of Bradford County PROBATE DIVISION '3/31 2tchg 4/7 I ,:
," :\V,. : FORFEITURE OF You or. hereby notified that the City CIVIL DIVISION Florida under and by virtue of Writ of' File Number 1.3890 Con.'rol0639
ONE THOUSAND FIFTY.TWO of Storke It considering postage of the Case No; 87. 58 Execution;'to-wit, Case No. 88.9.CP ",

DOLLARS ($1,052.00)) 'following. ordinance CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK Execution Issued out of County Courtof IN RE ESTATE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

ROE FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA! ENACTED Plnii'f' Florida, and, against Steven MatlyasK all persons having claims or ( Case No 8817.AWayne I

PURSUANT TO fLATAT. 171.044, PRO- vs and Dorothy, Matlyaslcj defendants, In demands against the above estate and IN RE. FORFEITURE Carroll Wilcox) ,
OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE costs of collection :
LINDA M. PRESSLEY, his wife One
DESCRIBED PROPERTY. '. It ordained, by the City Commissionof AND FLEET FINANCE, INC, Hove seized and have. In my,. possession You are hereby notified that the Administration Caliber Rifle Remington, S/N Model B70S4046 760, ,308 ,,
Th. above described ,properly wok Storke, Florida, as follows: Defendant. the following ,described personal of the Estate of Robert E. mounted Tosco 3x9x32 with

teiied by Robert R. Demptey at Com SECTION I: AUTHORITY NOTICE!OF FORECLOSURE SALE property to-wlt: Cutchen, deceased, File Number 1-3890, One ((1)I) Remington scope Model, ,
mluloner of the florida Department of This Ordinance Is adopted pursuant to' NOTICE Is hereby given. pursuant too 1979 Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck Is pending In the Circuit Court for Bradford gouge shotgun, S/N W4SS79IM 870. 12
law Enforc.m.nt or nil ogentt on or Flo Stat. 171.044. Final Judgment of foreclosure dated 1 VIN No. CC1249F302797 County Florida, Probate Division Three ((3)) 308 cartridges
about t....-20th day of October, 1987, at SECTION II; PURPOSE! March 1988, and 'entered In Case No.., As the property of the above. named the address of which Is P. O. Drawer B. .Nine ((9) 3" Magnum Buckshot /
or near P. O. Box 633,Morgan Rood The following described real property 87-153+ of the Circuit Court of the Eighth defendant and that on Monday, the 25th Stork, Florida 32091. The personal Two ((2)) Handheld Flashlights. Shells,
Starke. Bradford County Florida; This Is hereby made a part of the City of Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County day, of April. 1988 at two o'clock on sold representative of the estate Is Boyd D. YOU AND EACH OF YOU
property 'U currently In the possession of Stork for all purposes under the 'low Florida, wherein CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS day on (he premises of the Bradford Baker, whose address Is P. Q. Box 199 notified that the above described are hereby,

the Florida Department of Low Enforce A parcel of land lying portly In the SE AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .Is the County Jailyard, I will offer for sale and Graham, Fla. 32042 The name and address has been seized, under and property ..
ment. A legal representative of the 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 16, and portly Plaintiff and TALMADGE' 1. PRESSLEY sell to the highest bidder for cash In of the personal representative. tue of Chopt.r 372, as by vir
amended and
Florida Department of Low Enforcement In the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 15, .AND LINDA M. PRESSLEY Is the Defendant hand, the above described property of attorney are set forth below now In the possession of the' Board of is
will appear before the Honorable/ Township 6 South, Rang 22 East, Bradford | will sell to the highest and best. said defendant to satisfy' the' aforesaid All persons having' claims or demand County Commissioners of
Stephan P, Mlckle, Judg. of the County,, Florida sold parcel being Execution against the estate ,phe County,
Circuit bidder{ < for cash at the front door of the are required WITHIN and you, and each of
you are
Court, Eleventh Judicial Circuit of more particularly described as follows: courthouse 4n Storke at 11:00 a.m. on Dolph E. Reddish THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE notified that a petition under hereby said

Florida at the Bradford County Cour- Commence at the Southeast corner of the 28th' day of April, 1988, the' following Sheriff FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to chapter, has been filed In the
thou... on the 22nd day of May. 1988.at said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run Westerly, described property as set forth In sold Bradford County, Florida file with' the clerk of the above court a Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Circuit
t:4S p.m., to request the filing of a along the Southerly, boundary. thereof to Final Judgment 3/31 4tchg4/2l written statement of any. claim or' demand and for Bradford County, Florida seek, In
.Rule to Show Caute why the described an Intersection with the Westerly' boundary Lot Son Pine Avenue. Crystal. lake Control 0647 they' may have. Each >:claim must ing the forfeiture of the said
property should not be forfeited to the of the right of way of the CSX Homesites accordirtg to plat thereof' os --r '-".-T .. . be In writing and must 'Indicate the' basis and you''ore hereby> directed property and ,

use of the Florida Deportment of Low En Transportation Railroad for the Point of recorded In Plat Book 3, page 6, of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO for the claim, the name and address of qulred to file your claim If any, re
forc.m.nt pursuant to the provisions of ,Beginning From Point of Beginning thus curr.nt public records of Bradford County REGISTER 'the creditor or his agent or attorney and ,hove,and show cause,on>or before May"you,
Sections 932701932.704, Florida described continue Westerly, along sold Florida. FICTITIOUS NAME 'the' amount claimed. If the claim is not 9, '1988, If not personally, served. with

Statutes no claimant appears, a request Southerly boundary' to the Easterly WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida yet due the' date when It,will become, process herein; and within twenty, (20))
will be mad. for boundary of the right of 'way of State due shall' be slated. If the claim ll contingent days from
an Immediate Road 200(U.S. ,Court on March 21, 1988HONORABLE Statutes, notice Is hereby given. that the personal service If personally
301)) thence Northeasterly
hearing and entry of a Final Ord.r of I ; GILBERT, BROWN undersigned, Judy Cunningham. P.O. or unliquidated' nature of' served with process herein,why the said
along sold theNortherly '
Easterly boundary. to
Forfeiture. the uncertainty shall be stated. If the property should
"? Clerk of Circuit Court BOB US Keystone Heights, Flo. 32454 not be 'forfeited
Robert boundary of said SE 1/4 of SE claim Is secured, the shall' be, to said pur'suont
R. Dempiey, 1/4, thence Easterly, told Northerly By, Cathy. '' Higglnbothom sole owner, doing business under the security chapter Should you fail to
described The claimant f file' claim
Commissioner Deputy Clerk firm name of lady Bug Florist, 1009 S. shail'deiivetsutftci.nt as herein' directed, |judgment
I". .Flo Dept.of low Enforcement boundary and along the Northerly 3244Ichg414CoAlrolO633 Water St., Starke, Florida 32091. Intendsto copies of the claim to the clerk ,will be entered herein against you In
boundary of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section to enable the' clerk mail ,due
to course Persons
By: Craig Rockensteln. said fictitious one copy to. not
register name under the personally served
to the of
Westerly the
boundary. each
personal with
Field Counsel' aforesaid statute representative.All process may obtain a copy of the
:' 711-B Liberty Str..f right Railroad of way thence, of sold Southwesterly CSX Transportation, Dated this 31st day of March, A,D.. persons Interested in the estate to petition for forfeiture filed herein from
Jacksonville. ;Flo 32202 ; along 1988.,In Bradford County. whom o copy of this Notice. of Administration the' undersigned Clerk of the Court.
said Westerly boundary. to the Point of
Telephone ((904)) 359.6480 3/31 4tchg 4/21 has been moiled are required i ,WITNESS my hand and the' seal of the
3/31 Stchg 4/7 Beginning Control 0648 ,WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM above. mentioned Court at Starke, Brad

Control 0644 ,SECTION' Ordinance III: shall EFFECTIVE' take effect DATEThis FREE .. ._- -- THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF ford County.. ,Florida, this MARCH 31,
uponpassage THIS NOTICE to file any objections 1988.,

, by the City Commission ..ofStark. jILL EXPLORING they may have that challenge the validity GILBERT. BROWN, Clerk
., Florida order allow 011
-\1',' ''" In to "" of the decedent s will, .the! qualifications ,
Cathy, Higginbotham
\:'J1iip'fi"l 1; !!'}: (, I;" NOTICE OF INTENTION citizens to voice objections, a public 'GOD'S WORD NOTICE OF INTENTION'TO of the personal representative,.or Deputy Clerk

::,\,:, ."';:,.. TO REGISTER hearing on said Ordinance will be held HOME STUDYThe REGISTER the .... jurisdiction{ of the court.ALL 4/7 3tchg 4/21
on Tuesday April 9, 1988. at the City ; BIBLE; FICTITIOUS NAME CLAIM
., '{ 'Commission Room In Stark., Florida. Bible Course In Pursuant to Section 869.09,, Florida
:, i i"{.n.) ";. .1, Pursuant to Section 869.09, Florida Is taught your TIONS NOr SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
o : Said hearing to commence at 7:00 ,nr>. Statutes notice Is hereby that the' .'
(,I ''V'\ }j Statutes, notice to hereby given. that the p home free of charge. given BARRED
? .
,". ') The first reading of sold Ordinance undersigned, Merit B. Floyd 2(32 N.W. Date,of the first publication of this
y I:,u ,I undersigned, Robert lyndel l Sapp. Sr., This i is a non-denominational study STARKE
:. ,' shall take place at this time. (Tuesday. 44 Place Gainesville, Fla. 32409. sal.owner '
Notice of
..':. Rout. 1, Bon 979. Storke. Florida 32091, .' based only on what ".lhuslaithJho.word Administration: March 31,,
April 5, 1988,700pm: ) doing business under the firm |1988. CHURCH OF GOD
sole'owner, doing business under the The second reading of said Ordinance of God" name of A Lock Doc/Gator Lock Co.,353
firm' name 'of Bradford Marine, Inc., Boyd D. Baker 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445
) 19, North Avenue. Starke.
shall take place on Tu..doy.Aprll APOSTOLIC Temple Flan
TRUTH U.P.C. Personal
Rout. I, Box 979. Starke. fl. 32091, Intends .,. Ai RepresentativeOf
: I 32091, Intends to said fictitiousname
1988. at the r.gularl.ac"eduled, meeting register the Estate of.R'b.rt John Spratlln Pastor;
to register said fictitious nom.und.r 782-3303 under the' aforesaid
of the Storke City Council. statute ; E. Cutchen, Deceased We Invite you to worship with us.
the aforesaid statute.Dated .3/244tchg4/14 Dated this 1st day, of April.,.1988. In '
", this 24th' day of March 1968 In f ,Control 0640. Rev. Emmett Bright Bradford County, ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL. Attended Nursery1
Bradford County.. To schedule your home bible 4/7 4tpd 4/28 Sunday School '<,(.<";; lOam
3/31 4tpd 4/21 Thomas A. Daniel.! Esq Morning Worship 4..,;ti'\ Liam
study or for additional Information' Control 0652 '
Control 0643 ,234 S. Main Street, Evening Service. ',','1"",k. 6pm
': ', ft- Wgdnrsday Youth ... ,'..' 7TOpmENS :





Lamp of Jesus Ministries

BADCOCK Lewis Timber Co. Crafts & Consignments

jonnv..n ;;"' "'- '__., : \! J ,IjI! f1" !; : : t.oc.tedoll100S.towardKeyslone, ,
FURNITURE : H ., :. ;'' HWY 301 S. 964-6871
:..jI'F" .::1\\ J r ( Sunday : 'take right on 24th avenue, follow

Kim & Jan Johnson i .;.(', : lJ'i'1t); ;;:; :::: ,, Ii'};' ,.:" 20I-tF John\ .pO BOX,207, Starke sign Eve 964-5898
S. Walnut I 964-5644 '
660 ;7 ,i' :I- ," '4 r .- -:- : a All NalureSlng. of Jesus
''p "' .
' .,;':' ; 'Btank nshlp's CountrY Carpets Starke .;; '.: : "' '" = -., Monday John Griffis & Sons Fibregtass DURRANCE, PUMP &'

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.: ; Chimney Sweep f O.J.31. ,
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If.,1, J Tuesday 'Home. of the Stumpknocke.r Attend church
', ,' Service ; your regularly
d\ \' Luke ,
Locally Owned & Operated > boat' .
5 12 16
?: 964-8278 964-6108 964-6154' I I\:, .-? WednesdayLuke' I I HWY 30* N. 964-4461 or\664-5531: 864 N. Temple 964-7061

; Eyeglass Store E-Z: Wheels Auto Sales .' .1 Bradford Furniture- : ::< ,BURSTS EXXON

t', 4.38-41 t _
We Finance +' SERVICE
Ae Industries'' .
"Your complete ,
Buy Here Pay Here r Thursday ."24.HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass I center" 1320. N. Temple Ave. I 't ;c y .,5 Mark:J-20 I HWY 30N" ,\; 987N.. TEMPLE AV,.-

103 Edwards Rd. '964-8588: 964-7783 "* 964-734.7. ... : ; 964-6111

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I. 5 17-26 "
Steve and Cindy Futch 'it Selurday e Dignified Service '
: The Best Seafood In Town
E. St.
". .238 Washington
& ,Staff + Luke ''e Monuments ., .'
236 S. Temple Ave' ... I 840-56( '
114 BKeyaon.Mine ,M4-MOO sera' 964-5274
I t HWY 301 S. 9645757'VIBBO .
.' : 9645685Chastalns ''tt.'lgMs 471-11 TAndrews .- .

Jewelry & Gift Drugs 17 !k r ," : IX I', ,STARKE KOA,,

Gallery '. 'A, ..._1otOV."a.llECNfONICS._.___ ". .Kampground
"For All Your Pharmacy Needs' ::::.".::= r. Open 7 Days
Bibles gifts &I jewelry. "
Your > r t.' I,Gas a Western Union Agent
... .
104 W. Call St., '356 W. Madison 964-7170 VB4.58.1.):",! ; Convenience Store
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964-7271 964-8484 Hwy 301 'S.
The horn 8.lnatilullonotlNminglor. cNWrsn." .' "
Put another way.cnikkan Isam where ttwy Nee. They Lisa. In
Bradford Title & Abstract JORDAN AGENCY, AT ,Vw horn,they team In''home.: WESTERN STEER FAMILY. CROSLEY

'. "manea..6utixpnrya STEAKHOUSE / ,
School can"
"We encourage you to STARKE use number* IeNmedhe horn U A CTU R I N G
every'' "se'tv/n'g From all ol u* .t W.at.m,
worship this week and you first"e StNrCORPORATION
,echcMdrnba.tbusWwS& tutcnaracter
School*can US 301 South
441 W.
weeks. to uae aucft tnoiKedoo come* oaafeaty .'
9646313 / ("rent the tame.School 964-9061 -
964:5237.or : Mullins
964-6831 /. 1 Mark & Employees
*can MaeA cMMren......but elMuo>s oflnenorneofam I ,
'' WHneecnWi-l .l7' (, '
",' WATERS GROCERY Mosley Tire Co. ''I., onvtf/uatfcelDalnumanMno' JlIlcmafA4ilnsu'ran'eCalfNow, 964-8018

I Institution of learning because It precedes both religious and .. '
The home le the baste .
Corner > 'S, 301 & State US 301 N. Starke .OUOnoneV__:MM, n nrw* iw.jmum tn*WWMMMIV a.g.niz.aa+.- _a .S .
I' L.avL .ey. FL 964-6600'' .. chence unleu tee home Hume*M Ooo-gh neponeMUly, ,ol being",FOUNDATION" 440 W. Mad' I on .. __ ACCIDENT CENTERS

,CUM devetopmem.Ki _-ow ( Shopping i Center) I II I
;, 782-3737 24 HR Wrecker Service '_ i -__fO.mmt ...._ ,---- Winn-Dlxle Hi WJUL f OF AMERICA INC.

,: .. Custom made systems 964-4695- *, 1, "/ THE PAW RELIEF DOCTORS

I' STARKE LANES A W.W. Professional: 5 Homes Beautiful of
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: I North FloridaConstruction
SALES BANK W Services ,

'. Worship this week and every week Officers, Directors'& Special/ rates for Church group*. Office A,Typing Services ol AH Companyat

of choice Kinds types of Home Improvement
at the church your '

1018 N.Temple M4-64 Staff 1614 N.,' Temple 964-8175 1837 Raiford Rd. 964-7777 .. ............ ....,"'10.. ..-_ .... 9646766Terwillegar

,1( CORBETTS TIRES' & Motors ins
Sales & Service I
f STORE"and.p'rlntlng i Company It's a fact you can do Tire Shop & Auto 206 W. Madison i & US 301'
e Art Supplies Custom Framing ,Superior quality) Jtiome; at
In all the Repairs : ,
All the right parts '. better at Denmark's Ofd l l'r Starke 964-7200
Office Supplies HWY301
Printing 402 N. N..
places"JS : 434 W. Call 964-5827 Temple a 964443 ,SR 21 Keystone Height
;: right 113 E. Call St 864-8925 .. 964-6436 .HWY 301 *.. a ..

W. BrownlaM I Rd 664-6060 .. 'h..

";- "i DOUGLAS BATTERY.OF' Community ORIAN WELLS Daniel E. Hlldebrar You must put on that newman ,

I STARKE i 0 5 pAER.NAIBOUK I State Bank CHEVROLET-OLDSlnc Certified Pub Accountant '' created In God's ,

" 'Werebulldatarters.altemators Cuetom Peper Manque; of Starke Management & Staff ((904) 964-4143 Image whose justice and

I & Generators CALL: Key Water* *"'> 64' 94I'. Stances Only Home Owned HWY 301 North 2117 N,Temple Ave. ..' holiness are born of" ,

t ll Auto.Marine-Cycle. BmtUrtee4fl7 .964-S669 Independent Bank 964-7500 I
v Patty Kay EWa Starke. truth.-Ephealane 4.24
ft. T mpto 964-7911 -- .. ft-M a Watmrt M4-7MO



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Hygema House & Building Movers"Hygema
Katherine Wadsworth Fashions Long's Greenhouse Enterprises ,

Ladles Specialty Shop ,House'&Building Movers located at 5404 State Rood
3581 St. John Avenu*,Jacksonville 387.4631When Long's Greenhouse Enterprises is located at 1057 Jones Road 218 Middleburg, FlorIda,>phone 282-4212. Jax. phone 7649509.
Jacksonville, Florida, phone 783-2030, Is the place to see or call If
This firm li the placce to see or call If you have a house or
it comes to smartness in ladies wear, Katherine .you are ,in the market for a !areenhouse. Commercial and residential because he has bad almost half a century experience and has built
Wadsworth Ladies Specialty Shop features the finest. You will.find They custom build greenhouses; climate control systems. They a,fine reputation In moving houses'etc.'' They also l level buildings
here distinctive clothes by top designers in all the new spring colors invite you to Come: and see their model on display, and sell buildings. So,,, give them a call for free estimates. They''
and fabrics in soft pastel shades, tan, black and white dresses This firm is one of the leading contractors of the state' in quality- move masonry and wood frame, anywhere the.roads go and all at
from morning through dinner., You will also find here The newest built greenhouses, which'so many people enjoy and you can con- one time., It will save you money and your house or building will
'suits, jackets and coot dresses that seem ,to be.,made: just for 'trol,,the growth and life of the plants, etc., as you don't depend on be in good shape when It gets to your new place because .they
you..Iyst for your trip, business or school. .You choose from this the weather. It's a well known fact that there is no one firm that have the equipment and know how to move any house or building
sections best selections when shopping here,'in oil the newest col builds a beller' 'Ot'more attractive greenhouse than Mr long byyreason regardless of the size because large or small, they move them all.
of the fact the management has had wide experience In
and thoroughly familiar
ors ; styles. People are fortunate In having man.
You'' will also find a complete and interesting J collection of accessories building'' greenhouses and builds each one as if it were his very with all the '''details of moving houses and buildings. They have

this spring and every season. Fashion wise 9.nd quality own, 'but custom built Just for you. been responsible for saving many good houses and buildings. So
wise ladies Come to, this( shop for chic clothing. unsurpassed in This is the day and age when the people demand the best quality if you have a house or building you would like to.move or sell, or''
>, at on affordable price this is why hi* greenhouse climate control will be
If would him
quality. you ;>> like to buy a building give. o call..you
Come In and select your special occasion wardrobe, now while systems are enjoyed by those who own one. They know. they glad you did.
selections are most! complete. You will feel snug" and l look sharp |Ir. have the !:Ies//. '
atherineWadsworthFashions., ,' '' ;. ,:' .' 'I'
clothes from < ,: Nationwide Trampolines ,Rust Guard of Arlington

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Rust'Guard of Arlington, Inc. 'Is located at 6829 Arlington Expressway -
Nationwide Trampolines is located at 6723 Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida, phone 725-7272. 'If you have a
Jacksonville: Florida, phone;; 778-3227.:' This firm is headquarters in
new caror, an old one this Is the place to see to protect it againstrust
Second Glance, Lingerie' ," ,'' / ,this area for Nationwide Trampolines one of the world's safest. If destruction with Rust Guard. Rust Guard guarantees your new

the<' you haV$ never jumped, on d ,trampoline, you have missed a treat car will never rust but if it does; they will be happy to fix It. So, let
When it comes to lingerie, you will find lingerie from finest sq come on over and try one out. You can make this a fun summer i them treat it or the rust will eat it.

houses. To name a few" vpssorette' Iris, Maiden Form Flora ,and all year if you decide to buy, one. They are very affordable, Quality and service r is their motto. When this (firm started''
Nikmoz, .Shadowlipeand more.In' fact, they carry a 'complete tine lots of fun and you get plenty of exercise if you jump, jump, jump! business they were thoroughly convinced the publicwants quality

"of lingerie sleepwear lounging and Daywear. Children, teenagers, and eve'n Grandma, too will be'.happy and and Rust Guard is quality. Their work is quality work and because,
If you haven't browsed .through (heir shop' you have missed a contented; to stay home more because it really helps to pass the you get the best'and because they have constantly kept this fact in
treat.; So come,on in and treat yourself to a trip through, where, you'will truly find' .you',want to take a Second Glance; for You are having fun while, burning calories. There is no one who 'what has been your past experience they offer you,a service that is
here you wili find the ultimate in, lingerie -'lingerie in a'completeline offers a better trampoline.than this local establishment by reason different when, you visit the place you will see for yourself what
of dainty, iotton\ and'silken' things so'dear 'to1 !the hearts of of, the fact that the management has had wide experience in this they mean by quolity and service The men In their employ are
women., Come:' in"',white ,(the selections are still tops and browse' business and because he sells the best the market affords Nationwide skilled, they fill a personal responsibility in every car they do. So
around for some magical creations to make you a little prettier or a'gift Trampolines are one of the world's safest trampolines':; and for the best product, the best job and the best price see Rust Guardof
to make' Kate") Mary and Sue a little happier. Don't forget to come factory direct to them and are sold wholesale to the public. Arlington, Inc. .
glance at their lovely jewelry and beautiful Hones hose and pan They give year-round lay-a-ways and also' repair and replace ,

tyhose. mats, springs and V-rings. Scrap Aluminum Processors
So, go by soon and shop or browse..you will be glad, you/ 'did- -

<' Battery .Distributors of Jacksonville Scrap Aluminum Processors, located' 5042 W. Beaver Street
& Bakery ',
Inn Restaurant'
Village Jacksonville, Florida, phone 783-2633, 'helping keep America
Battery Distributors of Jacksonville, located ,at 263 South and the city' .of Jacksonville and the 'surrounding area clean
The Village Inn Restaurant! has four locations to serve you; 10140 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville* Florida, phone 384-4637. Paul, because they pay top cash prices for all aluminum cans and scrap t ,
San Jose Blvd., Mandarin; '7716 Atlantic, Blvd., phone 721-8884; Kramer;. president. They are distributors of new and used batteries, ,such copper, brass'lead' radiators, batteries, etc;
,5601 Beach.Blvd.'phone, 3967705'and' 4567 Blanding Blvd.r factory blems GNB,, National and Yocctm batteries and others. .If. This Is one of the most necessary' business houses in the area
phone 777-3111. The three above are all In Jacksonville.For ''youp need a battery fqr automotive, commercial, trucks, ',tractor,. They are extensive buyer and dealer aluminum cons and scrap
a delicious meal you will never forget, dine.at the Village farm, marine. Idwnmower, farm, golf. cart., etc:; this is the place to and the most modern and best equipped firm In this section of the
; Restaurantx'.They, : feature the finest of food.This'fine restaurantIs *
Inn ((see or'call.; ,state. They always give courteous and prompt attention to all
a classic restaurant' nomatter'.what;. the size or scope/ of the This] Is .o'very'modern and complete battery distributor, 'They features of their business,They specialize! in the handling of alum:, '
.restaurant it is still a matter of small details.the personal service large stock of batteries and merit This -
carry q your patronage. progressive nium cans, copper brass, lead,, radiators, and, batteries: They
and ,the authenticity of; "cuisine. Unique ,is one'word for this battery distributor enjoys, a large and. increasing render a most valued 'and essential service that aids in the up
restaurant/fwith( so many items on' the menu,,* yoU can find jusf patronage throughout; this part of the state;' meeting and satisfying building of the area and in the progress and continued develop
what you want in' the finest of foods.,,One'' featured item are. their people ,'who use and need batteries. As'leaders in the battery ment of the entire area., Through their efforts, much of the so called'wostematerial -

,home baked pies and carrot cake. .busi.AeSSrl- offec.dependabl.boUer-ies-ot.QA-Offorcloble.priceJ.L___ that was thrown away is turned into cash and
Their name is familiar la the people of the.tountry over ancU- you need batteries for any purpose, it will pay you to go by and they in turn are able to punrernha-morket agatrrwnTroeh: jT'pense -----
recognized as one of the, great places to dine in this area. ,People look over their line because they have a battery to suit your every than the original cost of production. Rendering valuable
who live in the area take their' families and friends to this fine dinIng need.You are not obligated,!in anyway -.make (soon,' won't, you. service to the country in the preservation of its resources.
room and a knowledge'of;: good,food spreads. Soy; plan to dine Yo*>will be glad you did.'

here soon for a delicious meal you' :will never forget and where'every

i is a VIP.,
guest ,MudN Sand;\ Inc. ,.- ". "jo,,'::0 I" '" ."..",'t,,> ", n" ., : "
Beautiful & Accessories '
Draperies Square Fair Shop
,. Mud 'N Sand, Inc. is located at 6615 North Main Street, Jackson,,
You are unique. Shouldn't your windows atso bey Why should ville, Florida phone 765-4468. The Square Fair Shop is located ,ot,1560 Grove Park Boulevard,
!they look like everyone.else,when.B, autiful Draperies and Accessories This is the?; place to' go or colt for truck'equipment and parts as Jacksonville, phone 642-4222. This firm carries a complete line of
located.at 6078 ,,St. Augustine Rood, phone 739-5885, they carry a full line of truck and 4x4 accessories in stock step' 'dance apparel featuring> country western square and round danc-

Jacksonville,. Fla., can make them something special. With custom I bumpers, off-rood lights,chrome accessories, lift kits, tailgate pro ing. Also has clogging apparel in all sizes. ,
made draperies, dust ruffles; tablecloths, pillows, etc, custom tectors, winches full drivetrain service; They rebuild drivetrains They also carry petticoats for pageant and wedding dresses.*',At
made for you, all it.takes is a ,visit so they can get to. know you; complete transmissions,.front and rear ends.It this,very fine store, they carry an excellent line of beautiful dance
your tastes,, your persoh \\ity"- the look you want your,'rooms to Iso; well-known fact that ,there Is'no' institution in the com- apparel of the best quality and style and at'a.price that will, suit. I
halle. -Then their ,.experts' will get to work. They will help you munity'that has met with greater favor with the public than this The store is one of the largest and best stocked dance stores in this
choose from the hundreds of designer fabrics':and styles. They will well-known establishment. By reason of the fact that the management section and draws trade not only from the city but from all surroun-

put professional seamstresses .on the/' lob producing the flawless has ,had wide experience in every feature of this business, ding areas. So, shopping for dance apparel is not difficult if you go
draperies and window treatments that your' windows 'deserve. and because of their comprehensive) knowledge of'every branch to the ,right place and the Square Fair Shop Is the Ideal place,to
They 'IWO 't 'stop there, either] They'will'smake the ..installation'themselves 'of\: trade, this establishment has continued to witness the increase shop for country, western, square and round dancing, and clogg-
and make sure you're perfectly happy with the result. !ir| the number 'of their patrons. This", is the day and 'age when the ,ing apparel. The Square Fair Shop can be termed 'Dancing Headquarters -
That's what Beautiful Draperies &, Accessories mean by-custom;, public' demands the best quality and the best price. Thoroughly for'dancers of this area and has firmly established itself
and accessories.- draperies that are alone Do;>>,you wide their and round dancing and
draperies ; yours conversant: with the conditions and a experience in particular as the leading country, western, square
deserve any !less? field of endeavor, 'the management'of this enterprising clogging! shop of the city and surrounding area.,You are Invited! to
t concern has been able to render a service to the people in 'their shop or browse
First Coast Equipment .Sales, Inc. line that is distinctly! satisfactory.' ,
First Coast Equipment Sales, Inc* Is "located at55\ ','South1 \..,,a ,

Edgewood Ave/ 'Jacksonville, Florida* phone 387-9450"This; Is.the. .'
place to see or call for store, restaurant and supermarket ,equip-' Roy's Diesel Infection:Service

ment such'as: grinders,- saws,'mixers.,walk-ins, freezers coolers, Harris Plumbing Supply CompanyHarris
ice,machines, hot wraps, refrigerated cases. Roy's Diesel Injection Service Is located 4043-2 Lenox Avenue -
It is a well known fact that there is no institution in the community ,Jacksonville; Florida, phone 384-7529.,If you are having problems, Plumbing Supply Company Is located at 9885 lem Turner
that has met with greater favor with the public than this well-- with your'diesel; engine, this is the place to see.or call because he- Road, Jacksonville, Florida phone' 764-5734, open 'AAon.-Sat.
of the fact that management has 'is in the business. ,Specializing in injectors, pumps, tur-
known establishment. By reason tops' ,Featuring Sales, Repairs, Parts, Pump; & Plumbing Supplies, Motor
in 'feature of this business, and bochargers. So bring your problems Roy's, because there Is no' Monarch
hod wide'experience every Repairs, Water and Sump Pumps, valve fittings Meyers, ,
because of their comprehensive knowledge of every branch of the' one who offers a better'service.: or a better price than this local Sta-RiteJacuzzi. pane Deming;, Gould pumps, etc. 'Theirs Is ,a
trade, this establishment has continued'to'witness'. "the jnq-ease'in diesel injection service by reason of the fact the management hashod 'name'esteemed by all people of this section' and it is'a matter of

the number of their patrons., wide experience in' every feature of diesel injection service civic pride to speak about this firm,,its dependable products, accepted -
'This is the day when the public demands,the best quality and the :.and because they are fuel injection technicians and authorized and demanded by builders and individuals throughout the'

best price, service for most major C brands, all makes of pump' injectors and tur- :section who want dependable products.

Thoroughlyconversant, with the. conditions and,a -wid ex.. bochargers.' This modern, progressive plumbing supply company offers on :
perience in their particular field of endeavor), Ihe management of First this firm insists that their service Is dependable. You know excellent service to the people. Their prices are always right and

this enterprising concern has been able to render a service to the that you are going to get the best service because only experienced .the firm Is under very able management. ., _
people in their line that Is completely satisfactory. technicians are employed here to insure you that you are get- ''Jhere Is no one firm that has done more for this section In this

ting the best, service' and they have made many friends' and'customers 'I line i ,,. they carry a large stock of practically everything In their line.
this who know that when they havediesel Injection -
: in area The experience of the management has enabled them to offer the

Intrastate Wholesale of Florida. Inc. problems,' Roy's. Diesel Injection Service in Jacksonville can, very best plumbing supplies, etc. and this enables them to give the,'

Distribution Center ,solve them, trade a service that has' no superior,.and has headquarters for
.Cash & Carry
i everything !in their.line,
Intrastate Wholesale of Florida, 'Incy'is located at'6800 Suemac Brooks Truck Sales -

Place one-half block .left of 1-295 & Commonwealth'' Exchange;
right at Holiday Inn. Brooks Truck Sales' are now located In their new and larger location '
They are your cash & carry distribution; center for a very com- at 64 North Ellis Rood Jacksonville, Florida, phone 7834003.' .-
plete' line of groceries, candies and tobaccos, produce dairy, Brooks Truck Sales represents a piece of advanced engineering Best'Brew Home Beer ,
frozen foods, and meats, health and beauty aids) general'' mer- *, that has answered every test and has proven a winner,In the handsof & Wine Making SuppliesBest
chandise. Individuals businesses and organizations 'with tax or enthusiastic owners who have found that their trucks not only ,

business numbers are welcome to shop here. stood up'under the load but operated very efficiently at a low cost: is located 5236
& Wine
Brew Home Beer Making Supplies
Because of the. great volume of business transacted through of; upkeep.;The slow depreciation and constant service of these ; '
Boulevard Jacksonville Florida phone 3967666:1If
establishment and because of their up- and lines make them sound Invest Beach [
their extensive wholesale trucks ( they carry many top ) .
want to make your own beer or wine, this Is place t.o
handl- '
methods the high quality of products you
to-date business and ment.
; beer and wine
because the best In brew
call they
ed, this well known concern has gained for this section a commercial The management deserves the consideration that the public is see or carry i
will also
be They
market for retailers that 'could be'' has merited the making supplies; to anyplace. you
I prestige as an excellent 'giving their establishment which large patronage now their brew beer and
Lots of people are making own
gained In no other manner,'in the fact that trade' extends all because their service Is eminently sotltfactory.' wine recipes, and the popularity Is Increasing because its the smart thing
'adjoining counties./ They are recognized as an authority on motor,truck transport
This firm bepar its career with the belief that su'ccess could be lion.being thoroughly familiar with all the details of most trucks on to do. Not only do you save money you get a better the tasting pro-but
duct. Come on by. they will not only you taste product
obtained by furnishing goods of quality upon a reasonable marginof the market today whether In the largest or smaller size. They can obligated ,
how make It and any
to !
also show are'not
profit.'With this method In' mind, they' proceeded upon their give facts and figures original' cost of maintenance rapidly of you you ,. '
I ,career on the solid foundation of good values.' service as it relates. They have been called upon to assist many vvoy.This\ up-to-date modern firm.- is extremely courteous and efficientto
of this well-known house is in charge of men, and small meat satisfactorily\ '
Each department large concerns marked degree, and hail been obi. to render a service to th.people .
thoroughly conversant with wholesale conditions, while the It is such businessmen as Larry Brook who make fore more live a
In their line that Is satisfactory,
management I Is In charge.of men who have'hod wide experience and progressive Jacksonville. very

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Buchanan's Sign Store

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Buchanan's Sign Store Is (located at 3218 Peach Drive at Beach

Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida, phone 642-8200., Th.y have served
this area for ov.r a quarter of a century with the belt In signs. Th.y

/ have* 2100 square feet of ready-mad. signs In Infinite styles and

\ .,. : designs. Signs for your .v.ry need To name a few; for doors,

\ \ ,t' walls, desk, parking lots and more If they don't have what you'
ojI want they will custom make them for you. Th.y only do quality
.. affordable. In'fact, there Is no one
\ ) work and their prices are very
,) ,. better service; or a better price than
> better
\ It who offers a quality a
\ .
t1 ... ,.. .. ... I .., 'to' .. this local sign store and chances are they have lust the sign you
\ \ ..., : \ ... \' \ ,,' j \ )) w need sot here Is no waiting. They also have Jacksonville Flag
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1 'J ,\1 \ I flf 1(.<; T Center In the same building and Is also Flag headquarters,. also
C .. ,...... ,""r...",. "" of0 -,, banners and custom flags, flag poles from 20 to 60 ft. In stock and

:,. --....- can order up to 100 ft. So, go by or give ,them a call. You 'will be

glad you did.

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'" .. "'- Walthort Lawn Service
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If 1Ia- '.. "., ...a' it< .. ."
!I' '' i.i' ": ._ Walthers Lawn Service, Is located at 6900 Phillips Highway,

'Q Jacksonville, Florida, phone 733-5171. If you are) tired of a lawn
that Is not pretty and green and tired of watering the lawn or

garden yourself It's time to see or, call Mr. Ray Walthers because)

"The Pride of Bradford" Middle School Band he can solve this problem for you and you can do more enjoyable
thing..,He will custom design a sprinkler system for your lawn and
garden, large or small. He does residential or commercial work

James Brownlee, Director keeping your lawn green and beautiful at a very affordable price. ..
:He Is an expert In the business and has custom designed sprinkler
systems for many homes and businesses In Jacksonville) and surrounding -
areas who wonder how they ever did without one. With

summer almost here, you too can'enjoy'a beautiful lawn or,
garden by calling this firm and let him give you a free estimate on,
Gets Superior RatingThe I ,
Bradford Middle School Band your work, whether home or business, all Is guaranteed.

Remember he Is an expert In the field with years of experience

Middle Mr. James Brownlee Is the Band this was one of the toughest Judging give him a call,,you will be glad you did., I
"Pride'of Bradford" Bradford Middle School also camehome
panels In the past ten years according I I.
School Band really lived up to their with a "first" for ,a BMS Director, and this is his Band.first :year, He to Mr. Neil Brooks, Chairmanof
Middle School
name at the Florida Bandmasters Banda beautiful, twenty inch with the the Florida Bandmasters Assn.
District IV Festival held awarded for their says he is truly proud of his students,
Association were
trophy they The Judges for the Festival were:
recently in Union County fine performance. They are justly not only for their "Superior", but Mr. Frank R. Howes, Director of Pollock M.D.Board
The Band received a Superior proud, as la their director and they also for the compliments they Southwest Jr. High from Lakeland; Bruce .
rating which is the highest possible ,did it the hard way, as one of their received from the Judges for their Mr.Bobby Hansborough,Director of
rating, and only two other bands out selections played was a Grade IV, attitude and discipline, which the Lincoln High School from Physician
Certified Family
of eighteen participating bands'earned ,usually performed only by high '!Judges noted on their score rewarding Tallahassee; and Mr. Ernest Heb-
this honor. school level bands. make it even more
lon,Director from Ft. Walton Beach
,High School from Ft. Walton Beach. General Pedlatric{ '
The students and their director of
the BMS Band would like to thank
Notices Dr. John Mazzella for his fine and & Adult Medicine.
Le -*-*-
constant support of the, Band program

:North ol manufactured, housing for their, all year., "
APPLICATION'FOR Parcel 00769-0-00000, oil lying yy# Hours byAppointment
NOTICE OF residence., .
S.K. 100 and West of C.R. '
REZONING AND AMENDMENT .In classlllcatlonJs .
miles Northwest of Starke and off This proposed change '
OF THE LAND USE PLAN 3V. r subject) to a public hearing to be held
An ORDINANCE amending the Con ,C.R. 225, Bayless Highway.The will b.for. Bradford County Zoning Board on
prehenslve Land U.. Plan Element ond Bradford County Zoning Board Tuesday April :26, 1988 at 7:00 p.m. at
Map by Bradford County Florida In o<-' reviewh., application end make a the Council Room of Stark.City Hall.209 Blue Cross & Blue Shield ,
cordance with the local Governmer,' recommendation to the Bradford County N. Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 a. Board of Adjustment/ for their public this time, all persons, both for and PPC Physician ,
provided for In .Chapter' 163 of th. hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m. ,In.the against, this proposal shall be heard, as /
Florida Statute Commission meeting room of City Hall specified In the Bradford County Zoning
TO ALL CITIZENS. Taxpayer and oth. 209 N. Thompson St.,Starke, Florida, on Codes. '
Interested persons, Tuesday April 76, 1988."At this time, allp.renewill'b.h.ard.toncarning The Zoning Board will make a recommendation1 Office located behind. ---- -
___You and_! each_of_you are J.r.by! a.t_. Jhl..- the Bradford County Commission 'The-Belh-X'1-r-ttir-ftiTrptinrto- -- Center
herewith given notice In accordant. application a. specified In .'the Bradford on this, application at their officially exceed the speed of Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
with Florida Statute that the Board of Codes. prsscheduled hearing to b. held
County Zoning sound. It was flown on October (904) 496-0092
County Commissioners of Brodfor Director, BC.B..of ADJ. Wednesday May ''I, 1988 at 7:30: p.m., 1947 by Major Charles E. Ytioer. Phone
County, Florida have designated th. ,April, 1988 :In the Commissioners Room of Bradford The nicknamed "Glam. '.t,
Bradford County Zoning and Plannln ltchg47Control County Courthouse, Starke, Florida. At plan Glennlt.was" Evening & Saturday Hours Available
I Board to conduct a public hearing at a 0656 this time the Bradford County Commission -: orous
regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In th. ',i will make the final) decision on the ... er L -- .-- 1
I R Council Room oT Starke City Hall. Storks proposed application alter having two'
Florida on Tuesday April 26. 1988 and public hearings,' advertisement and
make a recommendation the Board of REZONING posting. All persons Interested In this,
County Commissioners and the Boar hoi application are hereby given notice of
will consider on Wednesday May 11. JOHN t. I LINDA' H. LUNDQUIST time and place for the two public hearings '
1988 Bradford at the County Commissioners Courthouse Room, Storks ol th.. made reclasslllcatlon application 4 Planing of to the"Department property described CountyZonl"O for required Director Do> yourself a lavor. .

Florida 7:30 an Ordlnanc
p.m. Zoning e Planning
below from RSF-1 to RSF-MH:
relating 'Ol: 13.Township. Bradford County
The rezoning of the following descrlk Parcel 01417-0-00000. In Section East,. April S, 1988
., 22
6 South Range
ed and amending the Com
property miles/ South of Starke off S.R. ltchg4/7
preventive Land Die Plan to provld' located 9
that land currently loned OPEN RURAL 100 onto C.R. 18 off-West side,' to use SAY NO
and designated by the plan a.
AGRICULTURE be reionod to Cl.
Highway Commercial and designate*
Commercial the property of SHEILA (.
DANNY BELCHER, described a* follows
Two ((2)) acres B6.580 sq ft. out of Panes
04721-0-00600 In Section 6. Township 1
South Rang. 32 East, located one mill
South of Storks off East side of U.S. 301. to drinkingand
before Prevail Creek for highway.com 2 5ssSissWsSsSii5s5fji
m.rclalU.ed. Car Lot. '
You or. further given NOTICE that i a
of said proposed ORDINANCE I I.
available for your Inspection: at the ol. .
flee of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng .
City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, OYSTERA
I Florida drugs.
Each and every person having' any Interest -
whatever In the enactment of thl.,
proposed ORDINANCE should appea (
ana b. heard at the time end ploy

prescribed,. COUNTY BOARD COMMISSIONER OF BRADFORI! The Bradford County :,"

By O.S.Brown Cleriltchg4A .

Con'rolO65lZONiNG Telegraph encourages .. .. .

SCOTT R. ANDERSON NOTICE 4 Ernestine I.Mclla. ,
has mode application for SPECIAL tii you to join ,FAD, ,)
EXCEPTION No 12 In Agriculture. OR,
for Alligator Farm (breeding t raising]) "
to the Starke Boafd of Adjustment on Families Against (Drugs
property that Is classified Open,Rural, :
OR and described below; .
A thirty ((30)) acre parcel (exceptingtwo
acres In Southwest corner) out of< in, their "

generous helping of delicious, fried oysters.I : '

DRESSMAKER Served with french fries, cole slaw, hush puppies, ) "Just'Say'No'To'Drugs" '

SEWING MACHINE cocktail sauce. Enoughto

please even a giant- $3' .79 week May ...9.1 it.
Deluxe ZlgZagwStretch size -
Stitch appetite. Q tv L. To d"o'your

Straight SUNDAY& WEDNESDAYAllYouCanEat part, contact

Zlg Zag \f'C\wdeoN, ''7,..1' E,: Melba'Johnson,

Stretch Rick Rack Fui'a.t"J I -. ountry- tyle Fish Dinner $3.99, j$ < ,F IP 4'., ./( Guidance Counselor.

Dining Room Service Only Bradford
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I Southsiders Change SLD ReluctantTo ProgramA Home Entertainment' Concepts "

plan to have specific Learning "The entire school has been Now Has a Full Line
Disability M.D) teachers visit thrown by inmate labor. of
;regular classrooms; lor special InstructIOn the paint job that just tope It
rather than the present ,oil," said the principal.A '
student pullout program, was new portable classroom."!Just
received! with a great deal of reser, 'can't say enough"said Moore, with GE PRODUCTS '
vation at Southside Elementary (SS) $oS classroom space at a premium. .
when the School Board visited Mon- '
day night March 28. SS'Needs....
The district school administration More emphasis was placed on '
,ta considering such a move to save enlarging the'space available, including /
classroom space. the school district the administrative space
'cannot afford to build a new and a portable' classroom.
classroom, even a portable Principal Moore pointed out SS
classroom every time a new program projected enrollment for the 87-88 "
comes along. The district can- term was 625. The year started with 1'kXCELLENT '
not quality for new buildings if it 600 students Current enrollment is '
builds, them on its own, Supt. Jim 659. .
Duncan pointed out. Moore,also asked for'one ESC
,Consideration is also being givento Classroom for SLD and 'speech.
have Chapter 1 Program teachersvisit ,Some $13,000 is being spent on
classrooms too although that walkways for BHS,Se,and SS,Duncan >
was not discussed Monday night at said. ,
'SiS The Chapter 1 program once Supt. Duncan said .covered
worked that way here. walkway work is.set.
Having, the live Ss Chapter 1 Other needs: COLOR PICIURE'
teachers visit classrooms would -A waikfin freezer for the
Vacate two classrooms. Having the cafeteria kitchen. A used one has
S>LD teachers at SS visit classrooms ''been installed. ,
would vacate. one-half a classroom. Enclose the back porch of the kit
"I don t believe that would work chen to provide storage space. SS
Very well" said SS Principal Jesse was' told to refer thisto,
Moore to Suptj Jim Duncan's question -' maintenance. WITH GE
about having SLD teachers visit Complete grounds work. QUALITY
regular classrooms. SLD teachersnow New copy machine.A .
pull students from regular '- portable classroom for music I,
classrooms and instruct them in one-, now taught on the caletonum stage.
;half of a classroom. Replace jalousie windows in the
"All 1 can say is that 1 think it first wing.

could work,",said Supt Duncan. "If Install a time clock to control\J A/0' Mastercard BUILTIN *
I we keep our classroomenrollment units Financing
down at alt we've got to go to these
types of programs," said Supt. Duncan Ms. Stroud Needs.,, 'Welcome
SS and Starke Elementary pro- Ms. Stroud requested for' her Available

bably face such changes, the room:a 16mm film projector for her
supentendent added.
own use which will not. leave. the
forming the change an "alter
,c classroom: .
native 'delivery system' Demse Ms. Stroud also asked for' a, INTRODUCTORY I
Adams, exceptional student educa- '
primary specialist. Supt. Duncan .
tion coordinator said "I'm sym- said he is recommending that to be a
pathetic toward classroom teachers, fulltime position for SS and SE in his, Buy ANY Advertisedr3his PLUS
thinking about another teacher com. staffing chart..
:ing. into their classroom'' Ms. Stroud said her students have
,But Ms. Adams also saidWe're asked for:' a classroom for music, a Week andiGeKfto&fc Movies IL 100
'Just going to have to think about track around the. play field a
opening up our'classrooms.". physical education clinic. tutors, t M FREEMOVIES'
Scheduling special ,education 4
and covered walkways. ,4 lows s w.'
teachers into a regular classroom at '
the right time may pose a problem,:' Too'Much Testing.: '
,said ,
Principal Moore A teacher'
Supt.. Duncan asked the half dozen
working with 30 students might find
SS teachers if "., doing
present -we re ..
it difficult to have another teacher ---
too much ? '
come into her classroom,to work, testing "
,with part of her students., Yes, answered SS Assistant Principal 309 00
Mary Agnes Ferguson.Testing
Plus, there may be a space proiblem. 13" Diagonal ',
Fifth grade teacher Brenda' takes too much time from the 'curriculum PLUS

_. ,. ....;;-" jStcoud\ .Saidjsnejiag! .38_students none said Ms. Stroud. .. -. f .- -. PORTABLECOLORTV' -- -.
math class. Her smallest class is, --Supt:Dtmcairpmntedoutfederat'law :;100 MbbECr3BCSSO4W -
Pay Only
26 a pre and post test for Chapter I, ( '
High Performance electronics designed for reliability I
but no test is required for placment
Board is Thanked... into the Chapter I program. Parts of FREE, $24 18 ."Automatic Frequency Control .'
the California Test of Basic Skills High Contrast picture tube
Were very pleased with some, (CTBS) is now used to place MOVIES
done bt Southside month Colc;>rtAonltor"'Systemautomatlcall'adjustscolor
things recenUy.1thas students into Chapter I per \
enhanced the appearance of the I 1.5. watt audio amplifier' for excellent sound.
campus and improved the atmosphere IP for '12
/' said a grateful Piwcipal ..Meeting" Changes.adminstrativestaffing .. ,. .mos.... ,.."' ..,......_... ..". .., ".. h *'
Moore.SS The workshop on
previous set for March 31

'-A has new:parking lot: "...needed for has been changed to 7 p.m. Monday,'' 20" Diagonal -_... --
so long" said Principal Moore. April 14. PORTABLE COLOR TV ,
The board will also meet at Hampton -
Drainage work: "For the first, Nk>I9PCS734W PLUS
Elementary this April 26, not the
time the campus now drains when it
rains." Moore said. night of Apnl 11 as first scheduled. Keyboard channel selection.or channel by channel scan l
tuning' 1 0 0

1(i2-Channel cable connection ready electronic tuning, -;

Lawtey. High Contrast picture tube FREE

,. Color Monitor" System automatically! adjusts color ,. 484' 00 I

from pap 2A '. 1.5 watt audio amplifier for,excellent sound. ; MOVIES ___.
ment and furnished nothing con either'for or against the hiring. of -
crete. Williams. '

: At one point:former councilman Bright said "I still don't know the I -
Low ,
,Willie Strong asked "Why not go on .reason for firing Smith. Payments as as 37.83
and give the true reason for firing Harris asked, "What I led'up to '
him(" The question was ignored. this?" per: ,month .
'..Mayor' Rosier asked Smith if he' Crouse said 'Things that J asked
h a jot been fired and rehired by the him to do, he didn't do." 12 mos'
cotmcil about a year ago?Smith said The motion to terminate Smith Immediately 25" Dlag n'alCONSOLE
I the council had asked him to do was made by Crouse and _
something that was not right and he' seconded by Bennett.After the three COLOR TV '
,quit, rather than do It, councilmen voted to terminate .ff MOOtt 25PCS85ZP
,Harris disagreed with Smith saying Smith Mayor Rosier called for a { PLUS Pay Only !, High performance,electronics designed for
.,. council fired and vote those Harris and r reliability
'the full you by opposing. *
rehired you, although 'it may have Bright held up their hands. 100 ;$51 ,8 2, 2-Channel or by'channel scan,
'been the year' before rather than Lawtey has a history of having 1 1 1 connectionchannel'
last year/' problems with a water ,plant FREEIMOVIES "' ready electronic tuning
'. ,Strong echoed the. remarks 'by operator that goes back at least two per month High !Contrast picture tube .
"The council fired further.., Color,Monitor"
Harris> saying years possibly Although k for 12 System automatically adjusts color
him before because he refused to do Barry Watts, assistant to Smith attends i mos.
what we asked him to do." council meetings; neither
Harris ."1 abstained from votingfor Smith nor Williams attended, other
a temporary replacement (for than occasionally. Complaints were 662 95
'Smith) because we fired (Greg) lodged about lack of work by the
Williams for not coming in. I'm not, operator at almost every Council
against getting. rid of Dale (Smith) if meeting,'either by residents or the
he can t get along with ,him water commissioner.' ,
.(,Crouse).'. The meeting emphasized the lack ,25" Diagonal 95
Harris had made reference to the: of job descriptions and personnel CONSOLE COLOR TV 81 0 \ /
March ,28 meeting in which the policies by the city, with several ,MODEL
council voted to hire Greg Williamsas residents voicing concerns that ZSPC5850K
a temporary replacement for Smith was being fired without High performance electronics designed for reliability' _

Smith. Harris abstained from voting, documentation of wro dolng. Direct channel selection. or channel by channel scan.
remote control112Channel

., I cable connection ready electronic: tuning
Drug Coming to; Lawtey,, High' Contrast picture tube',

I ..Color; Monitor" System automatically adjusts'color' __ _

Modem cabinet features swivel base's ''r isr_...r.:

Anti-Druff o Leader Says ".

by Buster Rahn, place to raise a family.".She former". --
BCT Staff Writer iy lived in Jacksonville and
Basuco pronounced'bazooka, is remembers passing through Lawtey .
already in South Florida, and is' many years ago when carrying her VCR SPECIAL VHS REMOTE CONTROL

making its way into Lawtey and brother to the University, in CASSETTE
Bradford County says Bonnie King Gainesville.' RECORDER
representing Families 'Against Saying 'There is no reason to be'' Reg $299. ON, SALE' THIS 'WEEKJOR ,MODEL IVCR50IOX/ i .
Drugs;a county-wide group fighting. embarrassed the problem is nation- Multi-function wireless .
drug traffic In area schools. wide even world wide. We have a Remote Control
Basuco is a cocaine based drug problem with drugs. here in I Four event/14 day programming
laced with sulphuric derivatives,', Lawtey." ,$
more dangerous than crack,with no 'The drug problem 'is 'reaching 37&te ,. ,Special --video scan,slow motion, pause
known cure for the addiction. Mrs. down to pre-teenagers now, said "Cable Connection Ready" for Increased flexibility
King says education and prevention'. Mrs.rKing relating the story of an 8 ", \
is the only way to go. year old who was employed to whls-1: t 1 a'Tlme f protected from power failures,.
Mrs. King addressed' a regular'' tie each time a police car comes into $ Tape counter memory
.meeting of the Lawtey council Monday in FREEMoviesP '
the .
area. ,j One-Touch recording up to 4 hours
April 4,seeking funds for the "ft costs f234,000 to keep a 'CO- :J Electronic
purchase of',helium to inflate caine baby' In an Intensive Care VHflUHrtuner with 107" channels
balloons. Unit ICU) until it can be discharged -
Family Against ()Drugs is promoting said Mrs. King. ""Cocaine
a balloon release by all babies are born to mothers who are '
district school children the afternoon HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSBradford
addicted to the drug or were drug ,
of Wednesday. May II, and abusers during pregnancy..Medical -
needs two tanks of helium for use by professionals are seeing greater

Lawtey Elementary. Helium. costs numbers of these babies all the time Square 964-6946
$46 per tank. she said. ,
Mrs King prefaced her remarks
about drugs in Lawtey by saying The council .voted $100 for the' All televisions are based on 18% APR w/25% down WACl
Lawtey is a good place to be.a good ,balloon release,



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BBS Tracksters Place in O.P. :

'Chlrteen, Bradford! High athletes l,-<.H, l,.....tmttk, 4./MWwtol, '" ,.+
plated m the Orange Park InvitatIonal 40 .4. D. ft, t, .,........ ,...,,. ,has run 50.05. 6w ..M,
this past Saturday 331 I0.... Hw /m Ii....,SMm ...... SaPP's 2:21: in the 880 run leads the '" '
April 2. rlrlW' S
ooo 4 (urn 7)) lUkwt nw*.IIIO.M.MII. 1,. i/iwsS,,
j bemor Jistrance runner ton Sapp m l'0 0.M, ,_ .M.d ...... participants.In .
)*pn the half mile and mile, and an- ,-M4-. "I)Cetoo .11,11-tl. N.Do.. the sprint medley BHS time of
chored,the fourth mile 11.11.. 4:34: is the best time,
place relay 1'
'team. .".. ..** n) im i.si.u (MM,, M.CMIW.. In the girl's 220 Gentry';. Jax: -
V'' 14.d.Spnur trull*. lUtMrt tlMrp).
Kim Hampton's 31'9" in the triple Episcopal, has run 28.7.
Jump ,was a good performance BUS Invitational... In the glrl' two nule'Netty OF,,

Coach George Loper says.;Ramona The 21st annual Bradford/Burger 12:22.: BHS's ,Ramona Tennant, has

fennant was fourth in the two mile King Invitational is set this Saturday run a 12:26.

run and Christie HarrelL's fifth In the! April 9, beginning at 10 a.m.. on BHS has the best girl' mile relay
quarter were all excellent pertor- the Tornado oval. time of 4:18. '
'mances, the coach added. The pre-lims in the field events In the boy's races Hadley, ES, and

In View of the boys' experience, begin at 10:30: a.m. The running pre- Grant, OF, and Massey, Palatka,all ,
the BItS boy gave it their best shot,, lims ''are at '11 a.m. AU the finals three are at 14.5. .
Coach Loper says.'Robert Thorpe's begin at 1:30: p.m. Holmes GHS, has run a 10.63.
2:10.94: in the 880 yard run was the Nine boys teams and 7 girls teams Joe Walker, CHS, has run a 4:40:

highlight for the boys, the coach are signed up now. But Coach Loper mile.
Said. 'anticipates more than 10 teams In Ocala Forest at 42.05'has the best

'both the girls and boys before the 440 relay time.
Girls Results.. weekend.It's Robinson, OF, has run 49.05 m'the

"* I" *' 'I 1 KIm Mwnjw, Iff. 10)) Twrt KIM!.. the first time the meet has hada 440 yard dash. s ._ . .
Ill"". ''corporate sponsor, Burger King. Grant, OF, has run 38.2 in ie 330 -- - F -"=' .
:, ,.!p'. Jump ') KM rtarr MM II.". Om4I.O K.. "We're really excited about yard intermediate hurdles. Your'c Out
Burger .
.w..Il.N ..c.d. I). ,.M KIM,.. .U", 0 _... King '' Scott Peters, GHS,1:53.8: m the 880
I.M. being the sponsor. says Coach Corey picked
241.4>.., I J) r_.. Mil...... a r:. ,Loper, is the fastest time coming in Strong U off on third base, one of the many error that hare hurt BUS to thb early part of the lemaon
Dl..u.l II) Tow MIt.... W.HI It.. the biggest track event of the Ocala Forest's 3:39: in the best in I
.H ....... II| c..,.... H.,., 4.", ,the mile medley, relay.
100 MMm' Rim .... year at BHS, Several hundred
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MIN Kim 1)) ....tap, ",'6.1. athletes are expected: Admission is, Holmes, GHS,. leads the 220 dashat Baseball Team Loses Two Games
MO .4 1...,' II) OHO ...,.('..,. MI.....). N..... $2 per person at the gate. 22.15, .
,, w....... T.n* KIM)... Kin "._)I' Top performances to date of those Davis, OF,has run 10:06: in the two ----- -
440 V* D..H, I) C..I.". H.,ra) "..fI.u. mile.
,., IMl 1)) ....... w._....?, signed to participate. BHS lost two more games in a current Tim Lewis sacrifice to center. 'polk Two BHS runs scored m the bot-
MO Yd 0.... I) '., MM ..J..... In the girl's high hurdles Boyles of Ocala Forest's 3:18.5' is the best in tour game skid, caused mostly and Johnson scored 'on Cordell tom of the sixth, making it 7-4, when
T...M'" lint 4)) .."'... f.ftt II... 1. Ocala' Forest at 15.5 has the time the mile relay. by errors, hit batters, and walks In ''Strong's 2-RBI Single. It was 10-7, Tim Lewis singled, stole second, and
Mil,5.104' | >H'.,.. Marvin .
) III"Urn" ItomrlM. f. ri UK- Pope, GHS, has thrown the the past week.
... .... coming In, Newberry added scored on a Cordell hit
Him c. II., """ ", ,""I, one run in the Strong
Jackson, Palattca, has a 12.9 in the shot 57'U' and the discus 170'3", The BUS record has, dipped. ,to bottom of the fourth on a walk and a Strong stole Second and !scored on
'Boy's Results! 100 meters. Robinson, OF, and Madison, Jax ,6-9-1.
',' wild pitch. Newberry added two James McNeal single to center field
IHo Put OwlM' All. U I ",., ?Imw W i BHS's. Lori Sapp has run a 5:06: Lee, have high jumped 6'2". BHS IS hitting, but giving 'up too runs in both the filth and sixth Inn- Santa Fe added three more runs in
IH.Hoall'o\". mile. McFadden, ES, has long jumped many runs, says Coach Jeft Zuraff .
ings. the seventh on two hits,a hit batter,,
DI.wr 12)) irk rtor vcm IIH'V DwlM All... 22'11".
..0". I.... Tk.rnN .....>10.. Palatka leads, the 440 relay teams N_, A' M SKI and a wild throw which allowed two .
100 MMOT,...., ........ |11.9'. Henry McCMIIlM, with 51.4. --- Milton; OF,' has a 47'6" leap In the, Newberry)$>> BUS 9, .Ml..* tan... J. 3 t runs.
ll.M. lem ....M.r4 11.03.MIN OcalaForesfs Thomas has run\ a53flat triple Jump.:' BHS walked! 1Q batters, hit 2 andgave Jo_"Jo.7M6...,.f.,.. 1 1 '1 I .I 'In the bottom of the seventh BH$

440 >Kum.<.*,CM/l IHI W.,4 47 U.11.91'/M.,.-,...HVCutK.., Mu,63&01 r ._, (if the 440 dash. Bateman* OFI has pole vaUlted'12'S" up 7 hits to score some of the rim Iwrjto, p..d I I scored three closing to 10-7 Richie
In ,the, 3t11Inw: hurdle"" lYfliitman I Iree runners in'a 1S-9 Jogs at C:.._, Hr.... f>. fJJJJJU 2 0 IJo Barnes singled and scored on a Ran-

.Newberry'/ last Friday, April 1. m. M.N.M.1.. 1"I.'T I dall Polk, double. -Jason ;Johnson

:: BHS outhit Newberry 107. ..'.,I.. I I 0 walked Polk scored on a Tim Lewis

Ilt: :;,:\ ;.;',t(: ,::, ,'Two Too Many Errors Cost, Lady Tornados first.BHS Cordell led HI.alter'strong the doubled top of and the ,Kmlrl.,. Npw.dh HMi mm. 11...., rt 'I'I I I I Y, dell RBI Strong single:RBI Johnson' single.scored on a Cor,

"'" "" "' ''"' scored on Travis Longs RBI single. Santa Fe JO BHS) _i ,.1. M MlIkM.
\\'I''f! Yq"t'iI;.',, .,,'the tornado lady sottballers have High and dropped a 10-9 barn burner reached base on an error by the se- Newberry scored; 5 runs in the se -, >ktta 1 I 0KMd.N
ir"nyA\ ,{:,q. lost four out of five games m the past March 26 to North Marion in a game cond baseman,, the third batter cond on live walks, wild and BUS opened up a :-0 lead m' the 'oIIt..: 1 1 I
,: 't''Wlf i.1v11:;; ): two weekS by committing too many 'that' decided and bottom Of the first, but too many errors = J.M.h..i. w t I 5
"' first place in the walked the next reached base fielder's choices, and one hit. ,.,,. d 1 3. 3C.d.M
',P" ,errorS and walking too many' bat, district. on another error by the BHS second BHS closed to 5-3: m the third 4 hurt,and lost 10-7 to Santa Fe on .......' ..' 3 '41 T
ters. says Coach John Slater BHS guns "were silenced by baseman. After that IHS reeled olf hits. Jason Johnson doubled, Tim on the BUS ,diamond last Thursday,, JoC-. 1 I 0JM.i
The latest losses were 18-8 to In- outstanding play and pitching in a' eight straight hits. '"LeWIS and Cofdcll March 31. MN0,3b' 6 3 .0Pd.
Strong walked to Bo H..w..M. Ik 3 1 '
terlachen and 8-7 in eight innings to'Ocala 16-2 loss .to the Keystone High Lady "If we got the first ones out, it was load the bases with two out. James :. BHS Mersey. 4-3. went the distancefor fI.-. M 3 t.Upcoming. 0

Forest' last Thursayv. 'March. Indians 1 ,,over," points out Coach Slater. McNeal'singled, to'score Johnson' two and,hit allowing two batters seven hits, walked ..;
31. BHS could muster only five hits.t, Leading BHS hitters were ferry And Lewis. '
; The Lady Tornadoes bounced 'Leading BHS ,hitter wasV: Wanda I Musson 2-for-3 Lisa Tierney 2-for-4 Cordcll Strong relieved''starterrim'Lewlswholook.the c. BHS went up 2-0 In the first whenRandall' BHS is home for two games following -'
back alter three straight losses with v with Polk singled, and Jason the Spnn break. Williston High
,Jenkins with a triple.' a triple, Coreatha Daniels : loss and '
'a strong 9-0 defeat of Lake Weir on 'To make things worse, the BH$ 2for4nThe ; Newberry scored live ./ ,' ;Johnson' was hit by a pitch. Tim comes to BHS Monday,,April 18, at S
runs "
'the Weslside Park field March 28 in ; on Lewis, i i3-for-4, doubled,' ,scoring p.m.. '
ladies had terrible night in the'' three
hits a walk, and a hit batter in. .
Starke Polk: Cordell Strong flew out to'righL' Gainesville High comes to Star Re
field committing seven errors. ,the third lor a 103. ;
District' but, Johnson ,tagged and ';Thursday, April 21. It will be dou'
BHS is place in take' .
This not to from
is anything In a real see-saw game March 31,, BH scored 4. in the:fourth: EriC'' scored.
5-3A with 4-2 record, tied with ble header, the J V playing first, then
a said Coach Slater.
Keystone High, BHS lost 8-7 ,
in eight innings m got on when: the rightfielder.dropped Santa Fe, handculfed in 'its the
Ocala Forest. BHS is 9-8 to date on KHS hit the ball very well and road varsity. "
another and
game,, allowed a fly ball. RIchie previous meeting with lefty Hersey. BHS goes to Keystone High Fri
the seasonsS :played a very solid defensive game. 'Ocala Forest to tie them second Barnes and Randall Polk walked
for to
J"" .-............BUS lost 10-9 to NortnManorvherelMarch : -, thedistrict .-- -- ---JoatHhe scored three runs on a walk, back to day, April 22, at 7 p.m., the final,
.plaee-Jit missed
:. The L ke"Wi r""Win.., bases-fhe-shortstop back doubles, and two flies; to go up regular season game. .
".' S ,, '" 26, giving the Broncos sole Forest scored a run.in the bottom'of a Jason Johnson grounder, and Naz ,42. Three more runs m the filth pad-' The Oistrct 5-3A Tournament is
'. /' BHS played a solid defensive possession of .first place in Dis the first. BHS tied the game 1-1 inth't worlh'scored' Barnes scored on a ded the S.Fe lead to 7-2. set April 26 at Santa Fe High St-hnnl
,, : game committing only two errors, 5-3A. top of the third when, with two
> points out Coach John Slater; The BHS ladies played well except outs' Tierney singled and scored ona '

At the plate, it took BUS three innings .for the first and sixth innings. base hit which got by the short '
.. <<, to get warmed up. In the fourth;, "Defensively we played our best fielder and rolled all the way to the 'S NOTICE '
BHS exploded for five runs on 4 hits, game In several weeks," said Coach fence, ;
2 walks, and 2 Lake Weir errors. Slater. However,NM capitalized, as BHS added three runs, making ups I "

'. %'" BHS had 13 hits in 33 trip to the- -good: teams do, on the three BHS er-I, ,4-1, on four hits-ahtfa-Sa-eTTficeT>I the. ;; ', : NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR f '.J';': :;.
plate. Leading hitters were Stacy rors. four hits were by Stacy Marshall, "
.Victoria Butler' BHS tied the score in the top of the > : :
Marhsall 3-for-4, Musson singled Victoria Butler > '\I.C;
2-for-3 and Kendra Butler 2-for-4, seventh when Wanda Jenkins led off Singled, and Tangela Pittman doubled -' :. I ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1988 i;: \ ,

OeOe Prevatt, 1-3. got the win on with a single and Unissa King and DeDe Prevatt hit a sacrilice. /.,' ,"\\:,;, >!:" : :'
four solid innings of pitching. Pam followsed with a triple and scored on' fly. )|i : '" ; REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT'irii'i'i'' ; ':: ",
Thornton relieved, and after loading' a throwing error; NM answered with In bottom of the sixth O. Forest got '. \ ....:..t! ..
the' bases in the filth, retired eight two runs with two out in the bottom four runs to go ahead 7-4 on four hits! > ", ': :., '...;';; ; '
Lake Weir batters in: a row: of the seventh with three straight. .and a walk. '
singles to win the game 109. f With two outs in the top of the .. Section 191.123.*.$ allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer who elects '

Jpcpming..... BHS bats' began to sing and.the seventh Tierney hom red. Jenkins '' to pay taxes by the installment method shall make. payments based upon an estimated tax which shall

After Spring break the BHS ladies ladies collected 16 hits, led by Unissa and Daniels singled and Stacy Mar be equal to the actual" lase j levied upon the properly in the preceding year '
travel April 11 to Gainesville High, King 3-for-4 with four RBI's. Stacy ,shall tripled to tie the game 7-7, ,

':another important district game. A Marshal, Wanda Jenkins, Kendra BUS got OF out 1,2,3 in the bottomof I THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL! BE AS FOLLOWS: .
: three game home stand begins April Butler, Carrie Musson, and Felicia the seventh. With two out ..m the'' ,
Hankerson all had two hits each. top of the eighth, Pittman singled- .
12 with North Marion, April 14 with 18-8 March 30 loss at In- ,first Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted' t%. Payment
North In the and Pam Thornton doubled, but N N
Santa Fe,,and April 1.9 with terlachen High BHS banged out 14 Felicia Hankerson hit a line 'shot shall be made not later than June 30,,'88. A taxpayer must make. theo

Marion hits, ordinarily enough to win. But a .handled by the OF second baseman. first Installment. ...ym.nt.1n order to participate In this plan.

4 BUS Losses..,. 13 run barrage by Interlachen in the OF scored the winning run in the 0
keystone bottom of the! fifth killed BHS. The bottom of the eighth on three hits Second Installment Payment:' One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted "t'lt. ,Payment
'BHS lost 16-2 March 24 to first,IlLS batter flew out. the next and walk.Weightliters T shall be made not later than September 30.IMC. T


I' Defeat KHHS 4On Season I I Third; Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of 'any I
-Yn,, adjustment pursuant to determination of actual tan liability

discounted 3%. shall be made not later than December 31.
220% ....... CIo., "wyw[ .".... Payment
Bradford lifters beat
High weight -I, ))O"'wCI) rk.HS 1M-III.4U 1)1.) 50m.r.KM*i M..I7...IO C 1988., f" C'E
'Keystone 1 High 47-30 in a March 23 1)0.!-..INS MO-Mt-u SISmi) N.nk.MS IH-nt him'

match to post a 4-2 record to date 3)01.) ....5H41 >IM-IM-M 1)5.1.) .J SdMftw,(MS IM-2M-4M Fourth Jnst.llmenl.ymenl, :., One qu..r'of' the total ..tim.t.d'ta..s plus one-half of any E
beaten Middleburg High
BHS has
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tan liability, No
43-32: Union High 46-34 and 46-35 for .
.-4 diac unt."m.nt shall be made not .later than March 31.1 its'three'wins. Both losses came to 4 ;
Baker High' the latest March 9, a : Bad Debts Got You Down? Call :

55-261088 to the Wildcats which havea We,can help clear up those 533-2242 ',If you have'not received an application: to pay 1988 taxes by installment it is your.intent! to exercise

good many senior participants. past-due accounts for you, your rights under this law, then please complete the application below and mail or file with your county
Reggie Hankerson improved '30 i i ii 4 j tax collector prior to May 1'', 1988. The absolute deadline/ for filing the application Is April 30. 11"! Any

pounds March 23 to 210170380. 4 application filed after April 30 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the tax

Three lifters improved 25 pounds; i .if Services f collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional application forms may be'' .i',
Greg Pitt"man S Collection 15
Sam NorrIs "obt.ined'rom. the lax collector's office as listed below:. '
290-210-520, and Rodney Mosley P.O. Box 261' .
220-230-450. :Two improved 20 : FL 320910261'You ) : ;'
pounds'John: Williams 200-175-375, StarKe .. 1' Mail completed application, :. EstherS. Hall Tax oIlenor'

K. Lindzy 255-235-470. Improving 15 >.. can depend' on ua .U urawer b

240-215-455.pounds were'Roland;' Dane Schaeffer'Clark r.. 'to get the Job dona." Unlimited Collection Procedures .. St'arhr F1 1OQl ,,..

225-225-450 tj 'Hankerson a H IBIB Be>xt eieiv IH ea M eiew .' DETACH .*. - ew mm - -"-
175-145-320 Alphonso Jones



240-200-440 Terry Whitehead I"
1245-200-445. Up five pounds were: TO COMPLET. ED BY TAXPAYER
Junior" Acevedo 345-265-610 Chris Com shop with us and save '
Durban 230 on the bench press, L?, 'I'I hereby make application 10 participate in the Installment Property L 0.Ho.Legal .

Jackson 170-205-375, Lance Wiggins payment plan for the 1988 tax year, Description as It Appe.rson the 1987 Tax Notice

,215180395.240-190-430. Brad Hamilton ,212 E. Call Street' Starke .,:\: Receipt. :'

The March 23 KHS match results ICNATURt DATE-;
areI';, "Next to the Railroad Tracks" ,

c II4V rowd Ctaw Name I
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1)0.) .*.-.."M* 106166341 Join Number i ,
,>)f.M.*_,IMS 176116320 kt @ Phone r Please PrintNOTICE;

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IH.OTWlMta4.lM IA.--, 116106411. For the May 21 Matinee Performance: of' ,Florida Law requires that'youe.stimitid taxes must be more than $100.00 In order to participate in the Installment!
$12.MN. )).INS newt" *!** Payment Plan. H y estimated taxes for 1 88".$100.00 or less you do not IlU"Iif1'o.this plan.. '

,i4I.... ,.....- You must 410555. the first installment/ pa aymer not later than Lune 30th In order to particip t III this plan.. Once you have
')1CkwtI-:PHI ....-... '"Bye, 'Bye Birdie"atthd elected to participate In the installment payment plan by timely paying the first payment you are required to continue
1)*.H0.x041 324.101-451 wW be entitled to receive the discounts
3r.Hmw1....- 116106331 participation for the tax year. If you elect to discontinue participation you not
provided by Law. Installment payment that become delinquent shall be paid with the next installment payment.

;I"'4 ,......Clwm ,Alhambra Dinner Theatre be allowed delinquent .
I IQIIIn...KIM 166326M1 Discount shaM not on payments

111.'IA.) .WI.MM.arY311104.441. 106014.111 _ .. .. .. _ .- -. DETACH -. - -. -.....: - -
) .- .Ile Depart: 9:30am: Cost: $35.00 per person j,.+ ,.,,',, i '

HI' Pw.d Cl-iii ,It you ha vf questions please contact the Tax Collector's Office at the following. .location): (' :::, ,, 'h'ilt';:'s 11'' 1 '.,
0561315101)NMM Return
Cltot_' .Mlle'' 334.104.1003)r : 5pmReservations ,Address Esther S. Hall. Tax Collector .

,) ,-J..bhm M/0. 106334.105 &, Payment_ Must Be Made By April 22 9 UYI -- '. ;i, .


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. It was smooth opening for the 'Weather forecasts call for sunny, to officially open the 38th edition of
,;': 38th edition of the Bradford County breazy, and mild days, but cooler the county fair. Queen tally will
" \'.:',I )' Fair with some 25,000 people expected behind a ram front expected to move reign over the fair events.
,;';,. .,'(.,' \ to walk through the gates this through here Wednesday night Fair! Some 1,400 chicken and rice dinners rsL
";., .' .. weekend. officials would like a soil rain to settle were sold by the Starke Rotary
: Some 4,000 paid tickets were cold the dust, but fear a hard ram that Club in its annual Rural-Urban Day
the first day, Tuesday. Judging by would turn the fair midway into ceremonies Wednesday. The money
past years, there will be a good mud. .. goes for Rotary scholarships and
crowd at the fair tonight (Thursday, Lilly Burgess, the 1888 Strawberryqueen other, benevolent programs.
April 7), but attendance will peak chosen,Saturday night, snipped -
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4 ,, r top left, 1988 Strawberry Queen
tjr Lilly Burgess, crowned In a ki- .
ceremony Saturday night cuts the, -
ribbon to officially open. the
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From left to rights Warren,Carvcr- _
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen,Ully ----
Burgess,Chamber President Susan
Faulkner and Landra Burgess.,
The happy face of the children on
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the fun times they were having
.. while Union County FFA members
r.. -a, p Lrwa Beth Parrfanand ortrtaBy VYard' 1
have big smile for the camera
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10. pm until 1 am, '
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I ,Ivan Green Wins, Seniors, Hildebran Wins Jr.s in 4-H Competition I

Jeremy Hildebrand won the ,-. t
sweepstakes ribbon for the Junlori! .. Stanaker. Santa's sleigh, red. HANGING BASKETS!: Jr. Plummer, Christina Thornton, a.
Division In the 4-H Judging at the FRAMED PICTURE: Jr.<. Division-Drew Wainwright, red., Lamar Ruby,, Drew Wainwright?
Bradford County Fair.' 'Division-Dana:: Newsome, framed, TERRARIUMS:: Jr. Division- Shawn Reddish,Emily!: Hartley,Jar-
HUdebran,a sixth: grader,sewed a art, red; Charmin Wiggins, picture Christine Newsome, red. rod Kersey, Jason Thompson, '"
,shirt and shorts set for which he also frame, red; Clay Whitaker duck CONTAINER ORNAMENTALS Shawn, Burch, Helena LeIghton,'
won a blue ribbon when he modeled picture, red.CANDLES. Sr. Division-James Watkins:! blue. Karen Carlton Michael Pusateri;
it for his 4-H Club. A sixth grader' .. .. .) : Jr. Division-Keith VEGETABLE SEED!: COLLECTION Carrie Crawford, Rhonda Williams,
Hiidebran is the ion of Betty, and Kirby,candle set red. : Jr. Division-Amanda/ Mann. Misty Padgett,,Bobbi Jo Pike: Andrea
Rex Hildebrand Starke., CERAMICS:' Jr. Division-Kelly ing, red. Hamm, Susanne Joyner
Lake Butler's Ivan- Green has a Brown Beginner ceramics, red. EXHIBIT' OF MERIT!: : Jr.. Heather Jarvis,Kasey Maust,Shara
,. Division-Dale Pendarvis, Burch Matthew Rittman, John
project that Is the talk of his 4-H -
1 Strawberry plant in pot., blue;, Levesque, Kimberly Register,Dava
Clitbe wooden, handmade bread : Christine Newsome, puzzle, red. Santana, Chris Moss,' Shawn Red->
dish, Chris McKenzie Chris Kinney,
caught the eyes of the Judges I Edmund
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at the b
Bradford County Fair as weU ', =
Crystal Mobley. Jarrod Brown,
and they rewarded his skill with Sr. Carmella ,
Chris Carter, Thomas,
Division's Best Overall Rosette in DESIGN Jr. '
Jessica Williamson,David Rowland t
the 4-H competition.The 4ikV Division-Jeremy Hildebrand, red. ,
Jennifer Jones Kim
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boxes take about a week to MISCELLANEOUS WOOD Crews, Bates Lisa .
Tonya Johns
construct, according to Ivan, who is ITEMS r Sr. Division-Ivan Green, '
Donesian Ten-'
Chandler Dwayne
a student at Union County High "I' s ; r. ,wooden bread box,blue. Wes Moody J
School. wooden nant,Clay Octavtan),Rebecca Gann,
heart, red. Jr. Division Missy Hammond, Caron Millie
Lone Dukes, grape; Clay Whitaker, Floyd Ledarls, Darns Williams
BAKED PRODUCTS wooden cat, red; Dale Pendarvis, Keith Taylor, Derrick Searcy, Jeffery -
CUPCAKES: (Junior Division '-,... I wooden pig, white; Lori Mosley, Sellers, Robert Phillips, Kym
Joyce Douglas, frog cupcakes, red. ,woodworking, red; Timmy Olive Perdew, Melissa Morris,
CAKES, (Junior Division) Dana tool, red, Billy Layne, bookcase, Christopher Chandler. Jaimee
Newsome, plain cake white. *xuialTt IJ blue; Jessie Smith, bird house, blue. Hughes, Emily Wheeler, Monica
ICED CAKES: Sr, Division-Amy Levy Alvarez firewood tool box, red; Corey Tyson, Angela Jeflers, Jabreana
Tison Coca Cola cake blue Jr. Thompson, box, blue; Jackson Mechelle Fowler, Berry
Division-Chris' Newsome,Iced cake Jeremy Hildebrand, workbench, Nequila.and Patricia Guyer.
blue. a blue; Jana Bennett, plaque, red; White ribbons were:Daniel Johns,
DECORATED CAKESl Ap. .. ,Benji Bennett, plaque, red; Mandy James ,Hankerson, and Greg Hen-
pearance only, must be on a baked I Manning, deer? blue;, John Weber, dneth. '
cake), Jr. Division--Christine tilts,white. Entries were also submitted by:
Newsome, blue;Amanda Manning r .::FJ: Jason Poster, Alex Cummings,:
blue. ... PHOTOGRAPIIY Charlene Wright, Heather Faulkner
EXHIBIT: OF MERIT Jr.,Division Chris Harrington.Sr. .
:',Dana Newsome, cake red. i++- = PEOPLE PHOTO: Sr. Division: Division winners of blue rib-
: i +: t Carol Green, amateur.photography, bons were: Lisa Bailey, Chris
BREADS ; . ,41i I -.J- iE: blue. Nugent,Jill Lemr,Genetta Johnson,

BISCUITS: Jr. Division-Angela .. ,,__ ...., ANIMAL PHOTO: Sr. Division- Amanda Lee and Cbnsty.SELFCARE .
Clemens, blue; Christine Newsome, __. ..... J < ,.. i r"- ,Carol Green, amateur photography,
blue; Dana Newsome, blue; Jana ',a "'i" blue.
,Bennett, red.MUFFINS. Best Overall Rosette; P LANDSCAPE PHOTO; Sr. PROJECT''
: Jr. Division-Jenny Junior Division; Best Overall Rosette: Division-Carol Green,red. POSTER/EXHIBIT SHOWING 4
Gleason plain muffins, blue; Betty Senior Division: FOOD GROUPS: Sr. Division-
Gleason blueberry. muffins,' red; Jeremy Hildebrand,Starke Ivan Green, Union County. SEAT BELT SAFETY Lesley' Trowell, nutrition',poster.
Lori Mosley, red.> red.
Jenny Gleason,glazed orange coffee JELLIES: ''Jr 'DivlsAon-Lii;, NEEDLEPOINT ARTICLE: Jr. All in Jr. Divisionblue ribbon ACTIVITIES TO DO WHILE
cake, blue; Betty Gleason' Dukes,apple jeUy,blue; Joni.Dukes, HOUSEHOLD, ARTS Division-Mandy Manning, canvas winners are: Richard Walker: (2 en- ALONE: Jr. Division-Jason Ray,
strawberry muffins, blue;' Jason' orange)belly, blue. WALL HANGINGS: Sr. Division- cross. red.DRAWINGS. tries), Crystal Scheyder, Knsten poster, blue.
Ray 'orange coffee cake, red; JAMS: Sr. Division-Lisa Mosley, Anita Black, basket top, red. Jr. .. PAINTINGS: Sr. Wamwnght, Windy Padgett. Cae
Denise Weber, glazed orange coffee blue. Jr. Division-Lone Dukes Division: Clay Whitaker, Heart Division-Lesley Trowell, drawing Bedwell, Jeremy Allen Nakisha ,MISCELLANEOUS''
cake,redEXHIBIT grape,blue. wreath,blue; Dana Newsome, blue;' red. Jr.Division, Jason Ray, draw, Williams, Dawn Carter, Andy
OF MERIT' Jr. Lori Mosley,red;Amanda Manning ing, red; Dale Pendarvis, drawing,' Brown, ,and Came Thompson. ELECTRIC; Jr. DivisionCame
Division-Kelly Green, glazed red; Jeremy Hildebrand red; Jana red. AU in Jr.Division-red ribbon winners Meng question board, blue; Lon
,orange coffee cake,red; Lisa GWen-, Bennett, red;; Benji Bennett,,red;, COUNTED CROSS STITCH: Sr,' are: Heather Williams, Carrie Lewis, hand tester, red;' Patrick,
. waters,spicey coffee cake,red; Bet CLOTHING ,Jason Stonaker, wreath, blue. Division-Anita Black, cross-stitch Meng,Chris Norman, Joshua Dyess Harding, hand tester, red. ,
ty Gleason, plain muffins red DECORATIVE PILLOW OR :blue Jr. Division-Angela demons, and Annice Williams, Divita : WILDLIFE; ,Jr., Division-Benji'' ,
'APRON:; Jr. .DivisionAmyBlount 'STUFFED ANIMAL: (Sr. Division- c- cross-stitch blue.EXHIBIT .. Wilkins Kenneth Carmichael, Bennett, wall mount, red. '
apron, red. Wes Moody, deer pillow' red; Jr. OF, MERIT:, 'Sr. Amanda Baker; DeAnna HEALTH: Jr. Division-Denise
CANNED PRODU'TS'VEGETABL.gs' SKIRT red.: Sr, ,Jr.Division-Anita Black, Division; Jeremy Hildebrand, Division-Lesley Trowel, soap carv- Eichelandert Melissa Canton, 'Weber, poster, blue.
: Sr. Division- decorative pillow/stuffed animal;' ing,white; Anita Black, doll hats, Sheetal Patel, Julie Haston, Sarah SAFETY: Jr.' DivisionDeniseWeber
Lisa Mosley, vegetables,red. red; Christine blue. Bobbie Westcott, stuffed cat pillow red; Wes Moody, felt rabbit, white. Yochum. ,Joel Rodgers,. Heather poster, blue
Dana Newsome, .
blue; stuffedturkey 'Jr. Division-Dana Newsome, _

PICKLES RELISHES: Sr., BLOUSE OR' SKIRT: Jr. red; Mandy Manning, puzzle
Division-Lisa Mosley,pickles, blue. DivisionDana Newsome, blouse, ,white; Candie Norman,stuffed red;"' Lori Mosley, trash can; '
MARMALADES-JAMS: Sr pillow, blue.HOLIDAY Amanda Manning, trash can, red; -
.4- _.....Division-Amy._ Tyson, Strawberry blue..' JUMPER Sr. CRAFTS: Sr. Division:= Charmin Wiggins, crate top red;
,! ,Jam blue.Earm. Division-Anita Black, dress, red. -Anita Black, Christmas wreath, Jeremy Hildebrand woodburning,
'. CHILDS CLOTHING (Q-6 yrs.): red. Jr. Division-Lori Mosley, red; blue.HORTICULTURE,
Jr. Division-Anna Crews,'childs 3 Amanda Manning,red;Tori Hersey, See
outfit. red; Jeremy Hildebrand, ,red; FLOWERING HOUSE PLANTS:
piece '
OUTFIT 'Jr Division- Angela demons, rabbit, white; Sr. Division-James Watkins
2 PIECE : ornamental '
Alternative. y ,.George Green, boys 2 pc. outfit;, Jason .Ray., rabbit, white; 'Jason red.JOAN'S Vernon : i : :
blue TE6onJeenl2 pc.' outfit. '> ,
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blue Jeremy Hildebrand, 2 pct < FASHIONSThe
Troubled north,Florida farmers
can hang onto their land and outfit; blue; Rachel Reed, 2 pc. out- I For Your r ,, a 4..t.;. .
fit, for exhibit only.
preserve >their quality of life by : .
working smarter, not Just harder, Finest In New or' Used ;

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of Food and Agricultural Sciences. HNRTSPAINTING o ; Auto Needs
"Some need to get out of the row _
crop rat race. AU should plant OnlY ; _-XI presents .,,
what they'll likely have buyers for, ;
said Dr. Larry tabby, who directsthe I

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land pay its way and marketing the your ,painting

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north Florida TEAS county extention, ask for Henry Thornton flr) LOWER PRICES! AprIl 3
offices. for a limited time only.

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Recent ArrestsIn
Bradford CountyThe Woman ChargedWith Cyclist Critical the accident scene two miles north of .J.E. MILLIGAN Accounting Service
Pot After AccidentA Starke at 1 a.m. by TRAUMA Ito ',
Growing & Tax
Bookkeeping Income
following arrests were made University Hospital in Jacksonville ..
,In Bradford County by local A 27-year-old Starke woman had bicyclist is in critical condition according to Paramedic Bill O'Neal., the area since 1970
authorities. been charged with growing marijuana following an early morning accident Driver of the Isuzu, LeClercLa 116 N. 'Walnut St., r'Q I Next to''Post Offte
April on US-301 north of Starke. Vake of Jacksonville 1 ,
not Injured
after plants were found in her was Stark [_VD4-oQyy [ Downtown
Traffic Robert Tracy, 22, address in the accident. No charges
living room. unknown, suffered possible internal have been filed in the accident at
Shawn Daren NetUes,. 21, was ar and injuries when
Marie Lutz arrested injuries multiple this time. Both car and bike were
Lisa was
rested on a capals charging no valid his Free Spirit bike was struck by a northbound. The car struck Tracy
license (failure to fine), March 31 for, manufacturing can- HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGS
driver's pay northbound vehicle throwing Tracy from the' rear, the .bike ''was not
no tag and driving while license nabis, according to Investigator from the bike. He was flown from, equipped with lights
suspended(OWLS),according to In- David Aderholt. Four plants were NO DOWN PAYMENT =-
vestigator David Aderholt. He was found by the deputy growing inside
released after a 311.25 surety bond the house. Lutz said the plants were Good Selection to Choose From
,was posted. not hers, they belonged to her ,PHYSICAL THERAPY' We,also have C&C Mini-Storage Facilities
boyfriend who she had been unableto
locate. According to Aderholt,the Hwy 301 ,South
John David Sheppard, 21,was arrested P.2'BY
April for OWLS, improper plants were well tended. I 964-8848 ..
tag according to Sgt. W.C. Reno.He, Bond was set at $1,500, she was APPOINTMENT 964-6000
was released after a $311.25. surety. released on her own recognizance.,
bond was posted.

Jacqueline .t. Matheny, 25, of
Alachua County was arrested April
tor OWLS, according to Sgt. Reno.. -.
She was additionally charged on an THIS IS YOUR STOREtIf
Alachua County warrant for worthless
check (three counts)). She was you cant find what you want,please WITH
released alter a $210 surety bond' let Us know. We will do everything ONE STOP SHOPPING
was posted on each charge. possible to fin your request

Gregory William Lohr, 21, of
Duval County was arrested Apnl 2
for OWLS, according to Lt William _
ntlotson. He was released alter a .
$210 surety: bond was posted. PRICER GOOD
';1'; THURS. WED.-
Michael David Matheny, 26, of 'I'
Alachua County was arrested April 1 ,, APRIL 7-13, 10M .... Winn-Dixie'
lor OWLS, according to Sgt. Reno
He was released after a $210 surety.
bond was posted.

Susanne L. Strickland, 25, of STORE HOURS 'M

Keystone Heights was arrested
March 31 for OWLS,according Lt. MONDAY SATURDAY ,/
John Hodges,She was released aftera

$210 surety bond was posted. : 8 A.M. 10 I ..M.

Michael Linard Conner 36 was

fluence (DUO, according to' :"
Patrolman Danny Thrift. Bond was 8 A M 9 P.M. STARKE
set at $362,he was" released on his a.win n-ruo.an, a+w ra.aw awr.w-.o.u wows s-se
own recognizance: "

Joseph Brian Stafford, 18, was ar QUANTITY R/OHT '
rested March 31 for DUI, according REsrvsow..a
to Patrolman Kathy Mercer. He was' az
released after a $362.50 surety, bond

YOUR CHECKS, A World of Good Taster?! FLORAL -

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PIZZI > ur beautiful Floral Shop Is full of good deals to

,a.fwo routine men traffic were stop arrested, according April 2 to In, $ 0 0 $ brighten your day.We carry an assortment of fresh

,Sgt. W. C. Reno;, < "SIMPLE AND QUICK" A 2, .. 5 519 .cut flowers, healthy plants and we even have an
Charles Jackson,' Jr., 29, was' .WIWMMX*CASHIERS WILL WMOVt II CASH OXCK! WITH AWMJO 1& array of beautiful floral arrangements. And,they're
(charged with driving while license FUXMM OK OCOnOU OMVtlT*UCCNW POH' __ specially priced to fit your budget So step Into
suspended and a passenger in the : i ;;:. caUl LL11ETTl our garden and pick up a fresh bouquet for that
vehicle, Clifford Eugene Harmon, ,I PERSONAL CHECK FOR' TMt AMOUNT OP PUMCHAM r'i ? CHEESE IIIE special someone, or take home a lush green plant
28, was charged with possession of PlUIII1000NOCHAAOe" or floral arrangement for yourself. There's always
9 9
paraphernalia when a 'pipe'
drug llrl WIX CAM MrnoU,CMCK: *AMD CMKX*POK $338 $5
lots to choose from and / the
said you'll: enjoy exploring
was found on the seat of the car, CAM OMLT PCM A MWMAt PU. 1& '='' .
Reno. -_____ beauty of our blooms! .
Jackson was released on Ms own
'recognizance for.the Bradford
charge but is being held for Marion

Comity.Bond for Harmon" was ,set' at. Over 10,000 Everyday LwPricto LU CLwxPi om.nM ,

$262.50, he was released. on his own.

Bradford County N .lam MAYBNNAISE97 CFFEER

The following marriages were
dissolved in Bradford County during 5X7- '8.95 VIDEO '
the month of March. *
; 8X10-' M0.95 RENTAL ': ItR $179 "
Franklin WillIam' Jewell, '& fROM COLOR NLOATWE9110. SIZE LAC
Deborah B. Jewell. DISC. tie or 39HM ONLY OVER 100 ,
William James Reed. Carol Jean _CANVAS_TEXTUREIX _
Fred Williams. & Florance
Williams. THRIFTY lUll IU-I"E

Sparks.Bradford J. Stone& Gweneth L., WORKING TOGETHER FOR '

E. Ingoe & Many I. Ingoe.. *
Dewey '
William L.;, Murwm & Audrey D.. and pharmacist an unbeatable' 321. 79' 79''Doctor
Murwm. ,< duo. winning the fight against diseases SIZE SIZE

Randall Milton & Mary L. Milton. CRIP ..:......... '
d.Lew..ue.i-a rr
UofF Returns
_--w r.na e-w w ---
Found ,In, Sheds -.:.,: CINNAM6N GNEK "
A 'timber company' reporting :=- BUNS
damage to weather stations turnedup -=c- HIBS.

some marijuana plants which O.a......rr..aw..r.

had Bradford travelled.County Sheriff's Office A-WA 2 99 68C.

Container received a telephone employee call that from the a = .'

weather stations on their property, _
on SR-100 4Vt miles west of Starke

had been damaged. The buildings I ........ .
-.oas eurnl.VOr AaaaiaR
belong to the University of Florida T _.RMMJM, .-....
and"had been vandalized, according D ELI AK win MvHUOr IleS60 .
tortnvestlgator Don Denton.. SPAGHETTI CIIKI'I.,
During the investigation it was
discovered that funny looking' SAKE ,uiiifiinER1'1'
plants had been found growing in the '
sheds and had been transported to' <.MI'Ttl
the University in Gainesville. Aftera ." ."' < .
wise Denton, the ; u 99TIDE L =
'word to the by returnedto E,1 32. i a,..i c,,. .it
plants, 27 seedlings, SUE
Bradford County.,_ "
'. =
Apparently I the owners'of.I the UL.$1'1
plants returned to find them missing
the buildings, LN aw LAaR
and in anger tore up
said Denton. $511 "
No arrests have been'made in the GOGMVTCUESQ99 '. .' .,:: FRUIT

Investigation. $ ,SUNLIGHT. '. ., :. . ,e: 110 ,BRINKS

Man Also Has Stopped KnifeA DUI -_._ ucaHERRLICH !iniP__ nY .,':' 110 99 $

a 39-year-old traffic violation Starke was man chargedwith stoppedfor BOLOGNA .&,,'11 TEA BAGS .' '. .. a _- $1 SIll '
knife. .
DUI and pulling a --

4 and Marshall asked Eaves for his was identification stopped April at I FRENCH orJTALIMI! HEAIARIECIIE ,.- .... f'ooU CAMS PE SIa
removed knife from '
which time be a ,

a to sheath Sgt W.on C.his Reno.right A side passenger,according in !CHICKENS= 2: '51 1 i6i :& ="Za9 _

the car removed the knife trom I.SRS awar eau F
Eaves right Rand and attempted to CATFISH DINNERSsaese '.. WII1E ra300i
conceal it, said Reno. Eaves was ar- ::
rested at that time and charged with 555Sill uSJr.::*****""""******eP eau Rol N 1W- .. .IILBIS .
driving under influence, driving UIL --

r while gravated license assault suspended on a law and enforcement ag-- SPARERIB DINNER. 'S' $217 i.e--: : :: : .11t

officer. Hla blood alcohol con -
tent was.21 percent.Bond was set at F, ; r I I.y
",lU, he was. released on his own
recognizance. ,



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.". ..., -Ir :II ..' SawyerSlade ,Sets Opening I

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by Buster Kahn Sawyer's Starke branch,, iuiys' the ,Builders inspia,.
P Aii es BCT Staff Writer grand opening will be celebrated, The Interior of the building ha
Sawyer Gas and Appliance Friday and Saturday April 15-16 been renovated,with a fireplace
gjYE G s'i (Sawyer) has, moved into its new with "prices reduced on and mantel added, to showcase the
location on(US.-301 south offering an everything.'' builder' display a new concept for
.,:- t expanded line of merchandise and Terry Vaughn, DJ for local radio merchandising in Stark Complete
,ill II .. additional services' to its customers station WEAG, will be in the store lines of merchandise will be shown,
In Bradford County and surroundingareas. ;Saturday April 16, to bring music, energized with electricity in order
interviews and other entertainmentto that customers can see the appliance
Sawyers new site is the building, customers and radio listeners. function as it will in her
I formerly occupied by Normar.'s There WIU be drawings to determine home. It Is called a builder's display I
Market, across the highway from lucky 'winners, and opportunities since contractors can bring or sendcustomers
the Western Steer Steakhouse. The to see the newest appliancesand into the store to choose
.' -.--..-,.. 1 -- property was recently purchased by equipment on display. the appliance best suited to his or
: Charles' and Jo Ann Sawyer to provide her taste and needs. Both built-In
additional space required to ex A fish fry, cokes and hot dogs will ';.nd free standing equipmenlwiti be
,New BuiT ting... pand the business. be otfered Saturday, from 10 a,m. to in the display. '
-Slade'. Jamie fnritt, manager of 2 p,m., Thrift said. Floor space for' display of merchandise
sawyer new building on VS. 301 where the Grand Opening will be held Friday and Saturday April IS-16. ,
was more than doubled
!' from 2,000 square feet to 5,000
square feet, in acquiring the, new
.. -. building,Thrift said.

UNBEATABLE EVERYDAY LOW PRICES itiuv New Sawyer,Lines.will .continue. all the old

lines earned in the past, Thrift said,
and had added several new brands,
including Philco television. .
rA Philco, at one time a'leading
FUMUOA manufacturer''of radios, was pur-
LOTTERY chased by Ford Motor Co. more than
TICKETS 30 years ago, and continues to be
'Fresh Seafood from the FISHERMAN'S WHARF 1 AT4UTHON2EOWINM oat troau.OFFICIAL owned by the giant car maker. Now
__ rcxrr OUTICT* in the television business, Philco offers '
a variety of screen sizes, from
.-A..&- ... \: "'C --=-;-.=-. 13 inches to"big screen." .
,, t Other television lines handled by
0'" 1 '1 Sawyer are Halacni, Fischer and
I RCA, all noted for,fine quality. products
says fhnft.
Sawyer will be known as the local'grill
FKSIHHKI FRESH C8BFILLETS WHITE SALMON I l doctor," says Thrift, with a
, complete line of parts and accessories ,.
FILLER I I for all brands of gas grills
from ,'tank to ,Grill
: gnu top.
$499 i599 burners usually burn out in about'
$599u $399IB. three years depending on Its use.
but don't throw yours away Thrift
.. LRj said since Sawyer's has replace-
ment burners at prices much lower
than the cost of a new unit.
See our recipe rack for exciting seafood menu suggestions t Wt wW(My HICI m M yourpuretiMM -:' I PRICES GOOD Sawyer's' carries three lines of
grills, Ducane, Arkla and Falcon,.
with prices beginning at 178
APRIL 7-13, 1988US.
'Sawyer's Services...

Thrift is enthusiastic about the increased -
service now available at
CHOICE UNTRIMMED WO BRAND U.S. CHOICE. ", +. Sawyer's. fhe firm now offers,"on
'. 12 ), BONELESSCHUCK .t FRESH staff in house;' fully trained
WMOLEF FLORIDAORAHGES heating and air conditioning technicians -,
i totcs '
u. tor installation and repair of
ow.ow equipment. Sawyer's 'will provide,
RIB, EYES. ROAST ORANGES' ,free estimates"on anything. Thrift

.' reliable,said."Sawyer's and has dependable.the personal" .Expanded, touch;;

service to better serve people of this
$347 $187 m$158] area" says Thrift. ,

LB. Stance There store are,16 staff members in the'

Thrift said a new sign will soon be
installed, advising RV owners that
w..r .re as ehan -
oft as aura war
LP is available on site to refill
ELMOHICO STEAKS S3" CHUCK STEAK .' .' . ? *2OT LP gas tanks,either mounted on the.
motor home, or removable tanks.Sawyer's
offers to RV '
'.' repairs
a service not available

WE SELL OftLl AGED. HARVEST FRESH ,everywhere. ,, RV ,owners will:confirm

U.S. CHOICE BEEF PRODUCE Manager Thrift...
:Jamie Thrift has been with
,NATURE MAKES THE PRODUCE Sawyer's Gas and Appliance for 3'
'Ii we aoaan Pour
years, but has been in the LP gas
.... .
-- Waycross Ga., Thrill feels at homein
.-- PICNICS ( DELICIOUS APPLES ,. 58CCARROTS Starke, where he lives with hiS'
wife, Pam, and two sons, Scott, 10,,
i' T $ 9Li. and Tatum, 4. _,
$ I w 99', Thrift is certified in motor fuels
t 77 t . 'I, 'and holds a State Certificate for
u. nar..r dispensing LP gas. He has attended
SPROUTS .' .. 81.um."D ,numerous schools, in keeping withSawyer's ,
philosophy to have well
trained staff members,at all .levelsof
a.u.w as oiera ws..s- employment, '

r .. SIRLOIN 'STEAKW4WMMOU . .. .*' $97& The Beginning.) ,
Rs'-' 'Tom 'and' Flo Slade moved to
$097 "
TRIllS T.IOSTEAKS, . '.a CREAM Starke from southeast Georgia In
the 1940's to go into the' LP gas

iOLiGHA*:: =131u. -' gasoline business distributors The Slades r for had Gulf been'Oil
. ,. .0' LL, 138
48 HALF Co., prior to moving to Starke.
.Slade Gas Co..was located on CallSt.
-' BOLOGNA 'or FRANKS: = ,99. ; I for a period of time, prior to move,
ing into the building owned by Belco
Enterprises on Madison St. in 1954
M air ,where it would remain for the next
':CHIPPEB MEATS 39 N.. VIHHIE'S '' 8.-- :34 years.For the first time in Sta.rKe.'
_. _, .' :: SUCEB PIZZA "., I. : Sawyer's owns the building which

SMOKER SAUSAGE -. '. I *2" BOLOMA'WHIP! !!!..TOPPING ,. ..2ir.i':,14: it operates E-Z WHEELS

., llUIIl FRANKS.79c $ 28 N. Ave. Starke(
Ir ; FISH STICKS '. .' : '9"w 1320 Temple
>wa.:: w war aaa..oa--- u.-- ,9647783Buy

CHNTRY STYLE RIBS. y $27 ORANGE JUICE., ., '. .' ::: ,15- ., Here Pay Here

'. We Finance
IJIi'1JJI1444I.' ; ;
.: I
,BMELESS' PORK RIBLETS .' '&.10 STI'CK''. 79 Cougar Extra Clean

RAMS '' CHEESE Extra Sharp
I. PORK SPARERIBS '18" $595, Down E-Z Payments
.' % .", .
$ 199' : ::
BEEF PATTIES '21" 80 Pontlac Phoenix Extra
'u. . ': 'a Clean'

SMBW CRAB CLUSTERS. '24M! ,- ,$495..-,Down- E.Z*t Payments

'77 Subaru -. 4 spd. looks

them.!: 100% KRAFT PARKAY : '1j good/runs good
..- $295. Down E-Z Payments ......

say Th produced"WON by Chofc Wlno-CHxt*"video was In f A' 1 SATISFACTION CHOC 0 CHARM ," -, -,, '_ TBlrdJet
oontunctkm with the fBI. to GUARANTEED j 78 Ford Black
help kid*hon 8.13 My NO $495 Down E-Z Payments
'to VMS format.
drugs NEITHER ARE WEIWB -, ,.01
h ,
Avallabto at Wlnn-Olxto. _

i\ I RETURN AM NOT voun'PLEASED ate., BISCUITS .' a. .' _, a' ,=' $111 Tennis InstructionStarke

//f.I'. Ii.\! or Keystone
.. (
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A gracious addition l I ''
aeauu' :.0/ Private Lessons
toyourhomeBouuoANCHysvu r ';;..
fqAI r ..An Extraordinary Vtilue eL8SE4HTOOTHPASTE' $10 per hour OR,

';.. Start..bIayI Save only qo
0 '9

( .awrar_.-'-. r .a-: -ei 'Qo_+,_ Kpurchn-:./y* ,. 4n :: $347 473-4380 Current or Students 964-6305

-a-- '
..... a- Include members of!,
KHHS, High School Team

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Page$B TE--IORAPU.1'IMES! !; & MONITORED /fiKCTION' April 7,1988

I McKinley, Thigpen are Winners in Needlework Division at County Fair

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1 ,.\>'\ '.':;/';" {'\'> .
Handstitched Quilts: K. Kay McKinley wields a fine IUtebr'., : \ ," ',. '
Kay McKinley won 'one' of two a sewing maching to sew the pieces '\': /"' ,' blue and she sewed ;,' ,:, ;i';'1:' ,' ,
; )" : McKinley, flower garden, ; tier compatriots say ;; ', 1
sweepstakes ribbons in the ..' Ruby Hersey, Strawberry lap quilt a small smock for a little girt, winn"i' M1J: t', '
Needlework Division with 800 \ {
an red; Louise Frame, clam quilt, red, ing the sweepstakes ribbons in .the I '
piece stitched quilt : > '. : Mary Folsom, quilt, red Garments Division.
Ms. McKinley has won two ... Miscellaneous: Ruby Hersey.quilt : A quilted bedspead and a wool suit '
: ; .
sweepstakes ribbons in the 88 fair.Even ,, \ '
fair entry winners for '
: : : j. I ;, top, blue were previous
through Ms McKinley uses "J' It has been several '
: : :(t:::;: ::
: ; I .. Pillows t years since Ms. McKinley entered a
Counted, Cross Stitch: Annette project in the 'fair, but her
: : :,HEFtH ''Modesitt, "Jesus" pillow blue. needlework remains top notch.
Jo : . . . Latchnook: Youth Division Beth
: : : : : : : : : : : multi-colored blue.
.. . Modesitt pillow
: .. Needlepoint: Kay McKinley
pillow, blue.Miscellaneous.

: Embroidery on Wearing; Apparel:

,Annette Modesitt, cat sweatshirt
Js blue; Cheryl Belcher, bluebird on :
: white apron, red.
fatting: Martha Miley, 50 thread.

tatting Liquid Embroidery: : Cheryl,

Belcher apron blue ,
,) Counted Cross-Stitch : Joy
.. fr ( ) Petersen, framed cross-stitch wall
hanging, blue; Beth, Moore, cross- '
''j, stitch hat, blue.Miscellaneous.
: Joy Petersen'
: : ,- heart-shaped wall hanging, blue;
Jeanie rnacker' ,'potted plant wall
: ) hanging, blue. :/'EJ"; ,., '',,'

( ouuit blue. "
) ( Woman's Sweater: 7 "
lace'A)1.' ; knitted sweater, blue
) King,' white open
( ) red.
? 44 ( : McKinley, Christmas
/ blue. .
( ; : Helen Williams,
,, knitted yoke blue, Kay McKinleyHal
The first traffic light In America was .
the .t Garment
Installed In 1914.

'.' I ; } Camille Wtutaker,
: ribbon. Make sure you get
I Kay McKinleyTop Youth Division; Nan- wNt
ple : ; ,, animal print quilt
Quilt In ShowDescendants ; the tax refund

I Jr....B owningsSet you want! ,,

of David RefJhc/
Introducing Block's'Planned Program
and Idella Conner Browning will married Arthur .
hold a family reunion and covered of Lake Butler and For,'6 small fee, our experienced preparere''will analyze your taxes to plan
dish dinner Sunday, April (14 at "and on Feb. 16, 1916 ,
on lived Raiford your next year's refund at the amount you decide. pet the refund you want

Center the Worthington*' Springs, Community* ,in ; life m,and were !using the Planned Refund Program, H&R: Block's,new W-4 service,: !

Gloria Howard of Dukes and Judy' ;, of the Raiford !
Weiss of Deland would like to hear I ;' ; ; .,Mr.'Crews retired ,'H&R BLOCK IFTHERE'SEVERA TIME,
from all'relatives who mlgl1L ave Ra at, the' Florida' : FOR H&R BLOCK;'.IT'S: NOW.8AM8PM '
and worked
as a
information on the early Brownings, )
a and family pictures are also neededfor In Orlando belore '
compied Sandra and live in the. Starke 964'N.Main
a scrapbook by ,was St. 964-8286

9AM.5 M 21 N. '473-3646' '
Keystone Hwy : ;,, ':I"/"i'\" ,

I News Briefs I Visit the office Nearest' You! ''r'' !::.:;.: ;..:,:io/"li'y/ ;: ;(AV,

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Calls ''Trial peared In federal court March 25 to < 'J. '\ i
Phone Date Reset "
i.,' New state-of-the-art electronicsin ,' .....: ... I .'. ,,
I enter a plea of guilty according to '"' ':''' ;" I ,' :,
Led To Arrest For Starke Policeman Steele.:They to be sentenced.at a ; ,0 'w' d,' .
are "
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A 31-year-old- Putnam'County mailhad Former Assistant,Chief of PoliceWilliam tater. ..time.; ", ',I V, "L" f'I: I i this 'expertly matched "h rs(>av:," poY,. :I Z.lltt;"f'I"1, 1 ;:"';""''c:," ,,";,'//,

been arrested for ,making, Scott Rhoden has been placed : ,\ ,,( ,, '. '
"/I'' ; ,: 1,
,)harassing phone palls on' the Middle District trial Dining Friday NightsAt /, ,'', ( .'' ')'f;': ,I "
Robert Samuel ,Mooney was, calender for April 18, according to, Starke Country ClubGourmet ."" 1 ,'; ( h'I: ;J.ikJ;;!
charged March 31 on a capais with' Assistant U. S. Attorney John E. ," .\ o,,"Wb;, }, "
making harassing telephone calls, Steele. Rhoden faces a charge 'of dining your thing Try """',Y..I'" ,'.I,'""M1'ireYn'
failure to appear according to Lt: conspiracy to distribute cocaine for Friday night dining at the,Starke .6 : ;\ ;, : ,
: ;: :
: :
Golf and Club. ri'I
John Dempsey. .which he was arrested Feb. 17 on a Country )
Mooney was picked up' from federal grand jury indictment. ,Grilled to perfection for your enjoyment '. '1'.\: j" ,,; :"
AJachua County where he had been'' At his arraignment, an Apnl 4 is grilled salmon steak
detained and has been released to date was set for trial however breast of chicken and filet of beef H'S' '
Putnam' County. Mooney /will be Rhoden now is to appear with served with fresh green salad > :
bakedbread : :
returned to face the Bradford ,several other' defendants arrestedand 'vegetable dujoir, freshly ; x
'charge which is an old case. charged the same day. and your choice of baked ,.
Three other defendants arrestedFeb. potato or brown nee with fresh :' .. ; ...;;, ,t,.,'
mushrooms. Dinner, served from 7 'I' ,
17 have pled guilty to conspiracy \
TroopersContinue to distribute cocaine. Lewis until 10 p.m., range in pnce from

License Jacob Norman, '44, of Mt. Dora; $8.95 to $11.95. ,"
Lane Irvin Carter, 37,of Lawtey and The public is invited to dine as a Receiving
Vehicle Inspections. James:Albert Watson,, ,Jr..,.'44, ap-, guest of the board of directors at the
Bradford regular pnce. Please call 9645441for ,
reservations.. .
Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver, license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- I
ing the week of April through April i! I
14 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230, SR18.,: ; ::; -
SR-IS CR-18, CR-16, .CR-21B/"
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231 Get your; FREE'spinalexamination ..
CJR-227 CR-221 CR-230 and CR-100A w/thls ad ', J t Jr r t aIt's
in Bradford County. ? "
Recognizing the danger presented only. $55.00 usual fee.

''to the public by defective vehicle (includes neurological and orthopedic testing, a' at the heart of this Zenith Home Satellite ''. 'a' J' '" I, "j
equipment,' Troopers will concen- ,in addition to spinal exam.) state-of-the-art electronical ',, '
trate their efforts on vehicles being Receiving System- new r } :. "
operated with defects such as bad DANGER SiGNALS of In this all-in-one ZS 6000 Satellite Receiver/Antenna ',,::' ;:',c's" ;' ::'",
brakes worn 'tires and defective ,7 ,"Pinched :Nerves" Positioner! With Zenith-pioneered Space Command ...',,')l r ;' '!

lighting equipment. 'In addition attention 'I. R. 4.chM "7.' Hip, '.1.' Remote Control convenience and a superb satellite-quality ,:\11":': ,j :,J''
'' will be directed to drivers 2., L... Sack. Pall 'I.",Tlfhl Muckl picture you'd expect in a perfectly matched home satellite receiving : ; ,, ,

'WhO laws would of Florida.violate the driver, license. ,3.',Sho.ld.r, Fill ',.,''Palo| Dew. L 0'. system by Zenith] Look see for yourself I ',I'', !:: :,<,,
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4. Much Sp 'JI. Neck
P.1..1.I. l ,
"The Patrol has found these check- ."| NimbMO. .!. B.... II.., Numb FlnirJ. All this and more backed :"'; j ,; '
points to be an effective means of enforcing Dlul.... Jj. Numb T... now :;
the. equipment and'drlver
license laws of Florida while insur, Find out now whether careful, professional chiropractic by Zenith, reputation for.reliability > ::'
lag the protection of all motorists. care can relieve your aches and pains. ? "

Union CountyThe .Most Insurances accepted Call for appointment unsurpassed in consumer electronics!' '>;,"':-:' ,;:

Florida Patrol will ,
I .
CLINIC9648018 1
be conducting driver license clearaabell ', '' '
D Crystal-clear pictures and O Audio reception In discrete or matrix stereo ,f" : .
vehicle inspection checkpoints during J, ,
the week of April 8 through April 864 N,'TEMPLE AVE.:' (Across from Pizza Hut) sound. or mono. ."'. ": : I
D A choice of than 100 un-ecrambled D Zenlth- loneered Command '. I'
more Space Remote '
14 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231.SR-241 I '
Our oWc.policy h:The patienI and any other_n.pon.blu lot"" ,..-11M.rtg/ll1I>_In"" ,._ channels with movies, Control of all satellite ?, ,
SR238. ,CR-18, ,CR-237," CR-229' peyTwd or b*nfrntxxMrf.far fwyrrwil for my oUw......*.._.ion or"kMtawm whir,1 poronNd m ar..ulf more news sports religious. virtually TV functions. "
CR-123 CR-231A, CR-24A and CR.. 01 and'hln n hour 01 w.pordinr In the___lot the"-.........._Ion..tnwlmed- ;1' educational and children's programs than! possible on D One-year consumer protection plan backed I'' J":J '
",h 796A in Union County: conventional TV. Audio broadcasts and services,too., by Zenith provides for over-the-counter replacement 1 ,

e D Remote.control fine-tuning of 24 C-band. of any factory-defective electronic component. ', '

channel. D There's more lots more to this state-of-the-art
4 O Remote antenna positioning with memory to Zenith JW soon Home Satellite Receiving System

'iN THESE MODERN\ I TIMES. ,satellites.locate and" re-locate signals"from. as many as.21 being, demonstrated In our store. Stop in soon I "

''CJ Double-duty "parental security" locks the '

raJ onto a satellite and locks out selected NO IVlOlVlCV ,D OWN''antenna '
Making your pre-need fun arrangements I channels." .

Is more than a convenience '7; :Zenith deep-dish satellite antennas come In diameters of 10: 8: and 5'and are made of sturdy perforated .'
I aluminum coated with an anti-corrosion finish color-coordinated to blend Into the landscape.
i it, ISalmost, a ,necessi, j Z.olth.The quality Row In b.foT.th.......r..i.... ,,
ty.. Winners of our last drawing: ,ATTENTION :
Why postpone making arrangements t a I f ': '
I for your funeral? __ 7 Jack P t Crawford.Hampton. J..*.. Cortey. Keystone"Height Satellite t $34995Descrambler .
George Hodge. Starke Alen P.'*1.Starke ;
,;, Call us or' :for the ? Pam [ann.. MaxvffleEm Tisa Polk Bfook ',,I'-.1"'::'i 'a J
I available *"t .-man. Stark ,Diana 3tn+ih. Stark I ":' d, ,

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Edwards, Sharp Winners in Livestock at Fair I

Tommy Edwards of the!Diamond a Blue Ribbon for the Rabbit, Exhibits
E Ranch receives the trophy for the' was a caster rex doe rabbit
best in show chicken from wife, proudly shown by Stacie Sharpe of Interest Rate'
LeRoyce,coordinator of the poultry La wtey.
show a the 1988 County Fair.
The Judges don't know' who the

Chicken everybody belongs to know.to, Tommy's LeRoyce wants winn- Two or More Ribbons.., OYcFixed April 11988,

ing entry is a Black Rose Comb cock Patty McCienaghan won :2 blue' PAYMENT
who.lets the children pet him. and a red ribbon for her entries,with
David Clenaghan winning a blue and s PAYMENTS
Stacy Sharp, 11, and her Caster 2 red ribbons. Denny Bowers,Lynn
Rex won the top prize in the rabbit Newsom and Nancy Hildebrand all for qualified buyers w/gpod/ creditWe
competition at the 1988 County Fair. won two' blue ribbons each and
Dwayne Tennant won a blue and a r'
Rabbit show coordinator LeRoyce red ribbon.lor his efforts': 1ti' have several exceptionally good buys in existing homes,or,we can

Edwards presents the winning Msf build your home on the lot of your choice.Several financing plans available.;( .
'trophy to Stacy, a 4-H'er
has a pig In the fair. Stacy who is also the Blue Ribbons... Call our office and let us see if we can put you in a home of your very own.
daughter of Randy and Robin Box of Those awarded blue ribbons for
La wtey. their exhibits were Michael King,' ((904)) 378-3783 r


Florida U.S.A.Realty&:Investment,Inc. "" %P al I
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,,. Tommy Edwards -. -,

Th.Winning Chicken'

'Ralph & Peggy ''Graham, Amy
1H lth Tyson,Shane Meier Renee Parker,
'LeeAnn Folsom Brian Folsom, SOLVE YOUR HOUSEHOLD
Lynn Folsom Kevin Green,George
r_ Acevedo, Chris Newsom, Dana
,Newsom 'Matthew Pyal.David
aE Marling and Kelly Brown WATER PROBLEMS !

Red Ribbons..*
+ Primitive Junior Acevedo Dale
Pendarvis and Pam Starling all won
a red ribbons for their eltorts In,this
division. Qualified, homeowners can receive up to $200

Judges: .. Cash Rebate while improving your water
There 'Were two judges for this *
eventCarroll R. Douglas of the
I ,Poultry Science Department of the
University of Florida and Ann '
Randies of'Alachua. Our' thanks to CALL NOW for a professional
these entrants and judges for mak-
.... .......-I I mg this event successful again this + ki* I'ft"elll+ft''+ ft +'
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year. ,wa_ 1.1Pu. ... UI id ..ion, a i
Stacy Sharp '
Her Rabbit I.Top "' 18,003429084.Begin
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POULTRY EXHIBITS r Tcr'villegarMotors' to enjoy the'benefits of clean,water and save money!

Winning 2 or more.., Hurry'-:Offer ends May 15, 1988.

Out of 36 poultry entries, Jimmy E9U '
Thornton of Raiford won the most
number of ribbons- blue ribbons for new &,used vehicles C
and 9 red ribbons.Heather Williams : .
won the most blue ribbons 4 in all 209, W. Madison St. Starke
",,for her entries.
'J6lic400 '
NaomlPlympton won 2 blue and 2 -
white ribbons, the Diamond Eo ....s--
Ranch won 3 blue ribbons, 2nd the I. :::::---
Newsom Farm won 2 blue ribbons.
Charmm Wiggins won I, red and A
white ribbons_for her entries andI ". .
. I Keith More Kirby Ribbon won 2 Winners.white nbbon.. jf jf'-l ;t" "'1vtRTGAGE'BAN'KERS Plants Tools Shoes Antiques

'Oeena Parker won a'blue ribbon, --
while Lynne Newsome won a red y
one.Chris Newsome Vivian Plympton -
and Kevin Kirby won white. rib Visit. The
bons for their entnes.RABBIT .


Best in Show.. Harold K.. Davis EAUALii LENDER
i Winning the Best m Show Award and Loan Officer -

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I. Starke or Keystone
105 N.W,.33 Court;: Gainesville, Florida 32607
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RENTALS FOR SALE : 1* 205 N, TemfiU,. $h rk. _
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
to the Bradford County COTTAGES Fully; ;furnished. Dolly, $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tin, HUG FAMILY L Cecelia ar
Telegraph offic. In writing and paid In ,weekly, monthly .rates. Also mobile, NEWSPAPER. PLATES Aluminum. SPECIAL 28x68, 4/3. '
odvanc. unless credit ll already home park spaces for rent and homes Measures 74x36": 25 cent each. Great Home of Merit $279 month.. Free WATERFRONT LIVING CROSBY: LAKE
delivery. Uncle K331
established With this office. for sole. MT. VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E for patching and repair TELEGRAPH Roy., 8514. 3/24
ihaktrt shake Cedar le
3tchg 4/7 The mover and move to where they can
Rd. 135 W. Call St. 964.6305.
Highland Franklin ((704))
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 324.4605.6/11 NCI SEAT LIFT CHAIRS. If medicare 21 VYIDIi Shingle; matonlte; fireplace, tone, beautiful home, LR. FR with tone fireplace, DR. big master
tfnchg you're
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT Heart of White recipient with, a qualifying, a condition, and much more, $227 month, bedroom, two other nice size bedrooms, two baths,front porch double
1-351-8514, Uncle Roy*: 3/24 4/7 2 CH&A units view lake.
3tchg stunning of
THE TELEPHONE. garage, ceiling font throughout. ,
Mountains, Lincoln.. New Hampshire. 3 call toll free number for more Informa 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES low ..
Classified deadline ,1s. Bedroom. :2 bath, tennis! pool, health tion. 800-44S-4174.. Icon 88.134 payment -
NOON prior to Thursday publication. club, Send for free vdv617 | > 100% FINANCING any size or shape low down, payment. Coll 12720650collect [ 'SUPER COMMERCIAL! Greet two story building corner Call S Walnut St.

Classified display deadline I TUESDAY, I- .696.4146, Bob fcon 88.\t33 'steel building complete.turnkey lob| BUSINESS tfn' I Total 3198 sq.ft., clean excellent condition, live upsfalrs,.have a business
5:00: P.M. Sp.clol Classified display ,All building meet or exceed SBC Allblu.prlnts OPPORTUNITY mobile home I downstair Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefit
pork on Grlffl loop. Acreage for
placement It NOT Guarant..d.Minimum and anchor boot
YARD SALES drawingslurnshed. mobile home or /lot. 38000. Call
charge for cjossified ad. Is ,
1 800 444 1663. fcan 88-138
15 words for S3.SO, then IS cents foreach AFRICAN GEESE EGGS St: each. New'' after 5:30: .p.m. 964 8970 964-448O.. JUST R DVCED.$68.oo0 fo 964,0001 .

word thereafter. SATURDAY APR.9: 9 a.m. Ill 3 p.mCor. refrigerator and new *stove toll ZERO 3/3 TFo CASH| DOWN new or used we LOVELY 3 BRA, 2'/ Ba custom built, horn*"LR? fireplace, OR, |
Edward Rd. and Westmoreland 964 6(Jc:1): t 24 3tpd
per 4/JT finance free credit approval by phone eat-In kitchen extra Ig. utility rm./ screened porch garage,
across from New Men CIGAfUtfES: 'the lowest In
PERSONALSA Armory. price town. CH&A thermal
Uncle Rays 1.351.8514.312. 4/7 windows I
3lchg acre
women, and children clothes*'shoe, the ,".>ho"i> Shop 134 E. Call St. 4/7 FISHERMAN DREAM Fleetwood mobile

furniture, miscellaneous. Itchg 4/7 2tpd :4URAILROAD home on large wooded lot with accessto DISTINCTIVE & UNIQUE PROPERTYOne
WONDERFUL FAMILY' EXPERIENCE GIANT GARAGE SALE and refurnishing. TIES; $5.50 each. You pick up
3 lakes 2 BR, 2 bath
Australian European Scandinavian, .Clothing antiques, more.. 4732214. 0.will I deliver at on extra charge.,Call Island kitchen, cathedral shingled utility of the flnnnt homes In Bradford County located In The Woods
High School Exchange Student arriving Southslde Silver take: Keystone 964-4480 alter 6pm.: 3/24 TF carport porch furnished.ceiling Brand Stark Golf A CC cedar, 2384 './, on I tots living' room dining room

In August. Become a host family for Heights, Saturday, Apr. 9 8:30: 'a.rrt. PORTABLE DRIVE-THRU Ice cream cone new well septic and pole. Landscaped kitchen family room 3 BR, 2J4) baths,,pella window,, 30x32 garage. ,
American Intercultural Student Ex Itchg 4/7 hoped fiberglass restaurant 12x23; and storage shed. Hawthorn. loft hideaway, insulated' skylights appliances. ,
change. Call 1-800-SIBLING. Icon COM AND GET IT] Gigantic garage loaded with stainless steel equipment. area $32.900, owner financing.
88.142 sale, three families Friday and Satur Like new ready to move, 53J.000. Muffreeiboro 378-6456, 481-2311, or .68.2902.3/31 GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 215 Bradford Or. 2 BR I1/ Ba. LR,
DEATH WITH DIGNITY Florida Law plus day 'Apr, 8.9. 8 O.m. until. Country Tenn. 6158905100. Icon 3tchg 4/14 _I.in kitchen with stove, finest carpet, best.location. $38,000.
Form Just fill Club Estates, clothe, appliance, 88.143
living Will Declaration toy LAND PIUS HOME 3 BR, 2 lull baths.
out. One let $4, two for $6. J. Mhoon, etc. Itpd 4/7 BUILDING SALE factory direct. Eliminate CHSA carpet on 1'A acres just outside CRYSTAL LAKE PERFECT BACHELOR PAD
Arkansas FIVE FAMILY YARD SALEi Frl & Sot..' 8-5 dealer 39x60 arch
P.O. Box 731, Springdale, 'markup. ftyle
city limits Rd. 16 East towards Klngsley Log cabin, !furnished I Bedroom t bath, family room w/fireplace, I
72765 fcan 88-139 p.m. Lot of clothe, and household $4.421, 35x60 straight $4,863.: Price Includes
Lake. Room for two more mobile complete equipped kitchen screened porch,, deck with built-in seating I
Item. Cheap cheap, cheap I .1300 industrial sliding door Call toll
R.V.iCAMPERS Pratt St. Itpd 4/7 free 1.800-668.5106, Standard Steel, home to b. set up. $16,500 cash. capacity, dock,.white sand beach 98 feet on the lake. Gorgeous view! [
964.6305 1.5
or 964-4480 6.9
.p.m. p.m.
YARD SALE Saturday Apr. 9.9 m.til.. fcan 88-135 3/31 IFHOMES
TRAVEL TRAILERS 4x8 privacy fence sections, good condition SEVERAL ITEMSi HONDA .A TV 125 '4 .....NEW LISTING.
$6 each. Clothing. misc.'Items: ; wheeler, $900; Browning light shotgun, thly. Call 16298906.! 28x56. 3/2 4tchg, $215 4/28 mon- .2 ACRES Outside prison gate on Hwy. 22S fenced for horse., from 2 BR, I |

'79 COACHMAN 35 Ft. fifth wh..I. electric dog house, like new, $75 or best offer.A $320; double barrel 12 go. shotgun NO CASH NEEDED we take tradespaidfor bo, new roof newly rewired born with three stalls!
I Mobile $90 2-horse trailer, $550. Call;
W 301 :
Home North
roof i or not. Uncle .....HOMES...
jock, new awning air, complete Rays Ocala ..
964 6361), 4/7
1 mile from limit, Itpd 4/7 Itchg
hookup; 964.6167 after 6pm, MOVING approx.SALE Country city Club Estate. NE LUMBER plywood Y.4 ply CDX $8.30, 1.351.8514.7 4tchg 4/28 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR. ) Ba, $25,750. ,

3/17 4tchg 4/7 lit Ave, follow slgnl. furniture 2x6x10 treated pine, $3.49. Reverse 310 CHURCH STREET 2 Bedroom, 1 both owner financing 20000.
TRAVEL TRAILER 18 ft., AC: stove, Ref.;, clothe, baby Items, toy, misc. Sat., 9, board and batting 4x8 sheet 5/8" CARS, TRUCKS VANS 112S NEIL COURT! 3 BR, 1 Bath carport owner financing. $36,000.
etc. Sleeps'V'adults. $1300. 964-2508 until; Sunday 2-5 p.m. 9648809. Itpd $13.99. Seven mile South of Storke on BRICK 1 BR, 1%. Ba, LR, kitchen-dining area carport utility room 1004 N. I
3/31 2tchg 4/7 4/7 301. 4682624. Free delivery. Stephen IS IT TRUI you can buy jeeps for $44 Thompson St. Well Insulated low utility bill. $45.255.
SATURDAY 8:30-2:30: Grace United Smith Lumber. Itchg 4/7 through the U.S. Government? Get the ..BRICK or 551. 2 bo 1900 s.f., 1 acre, 5 Y'". old. between Starke a Lowtey.

'BUSINESS Methodist Church, SR 225 Lowtey. Itpd SEARS DISHWASHER! Under warranty,, "fact todayl) .Call 1-312-743-1142 ext. 22 S. MYRTLE ST. Home B 2 car garage, all new Interior. CH&A 2 BR. 1 Ba.
.17 $125. Works perfect; Just rusty some 609. 3/17 4tpd 4/7 $30,000 Financing Available See to Appreciate. Make offer. ''

OPPORTUNITIES FRI SATES p.m. 823 W. Cypress St., Under counter. 468-2624, Itchg 4/7 1964 INTERNATIONAL, PICKUP, .$400. 642 N. WALNUT 3 BR. 2 Ba Handyman' dream,'$38.000,
'" ,., ''' ROTARY TILLER 5 S Stratton 9645244. Itchg 4/7 beautiful I
Antiques flower, etc. Itpd 4/7 hp Brigg LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHTI Keystone,
OWN 'YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE SATURDAY, I ..m."' Furniture, lamps;;, engine chain drive; used approxl,3'! 19. FORD RANGER' small! pickup 4 Spanish style home, 3450 .f.j 10 acre, sprinkler system, 4 BR. 2V4 boo formalLR
STORE;, CHOOSE'' FROM" Jean/Sport books clothes, 1331 Blending St. ,hrs. Call 533.2366. Itchg, 4/7 ,cyl."4 *peed, olr, .t..eo. cassette lots fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio, pool calling' fan. 2 |
swear Ladies Mens,' Large ; Slz..., 964.2394 after 6 p.m. Itchg 4/7 PIANO FOR SALE Wanted-reponible" of mile, but run good. $2.000 OBO. car garage new ,roof zoned Agrl., 2 asium. mtgs.. $135.0001

Petite' "< Dancewear/AerobiCt Bridal GARAGE SALE: Saturday only. Apr. 99-5 party to take over ,small monthly 4733903.tpd/ 4/7 CONSOLIDATED HOME t OFFICE OR APT Acre, Lawtey area.
t.s4 CHRYSLER LliARONi 4 door
Lingerie or Accessories Store. Brands: p.m. 632 Pinewood. Drive. Loads of payment on spinet console piano. Can BROOKER: 3/2 !brick and frame, Shady Oak S/D extra 'lot $ 44.000 I
Liz Claiborne, Healthtex, Chaus, lee, goodie Itchg 4/7 take over payments, military, must ,
be seen locally Please Include your MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acre. 3/1 CB CH/A.lOnear 40,000
St. Mlchele, Forenia Bugle Boy Levi), FRI. SAT, a SUN. 10p.m.t Plant furniture sell ewe .$36OO. 964.8310. 4/7, Stchg
and Credit ;
.phone number write to 4/21 > CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, I Ba CH/A, frame $ 41,000
'Organically Grown Lucia,. Over 2000' : ,: lawn' tools, clothe TV and Manager., Box 8547, Ft. Myers? Fl. 1913 FORD RANGER 4 speed, AC LAWTEY:4 BR. 2 boo 2 story. 1 acre, 100 yr*. old t 36,000 |
other.' Or $13.99 One Price Or Multi. much more., 5.mile* West of BrownleeRd. ,33908 call 813..89.1522.3/2. 3tpd :
,Tier Pricing Discount or, Family 'Shoe Follow sign., Itchg 4/7 4/7 AM/FM stereo, 2500., l Wayne', ....ACREAGE...*
Store. Retail Prices ,unbelievable for 2 FAMILY YARD SALE lots of baby and ''STEEL BUILDINGS 40x75x12 $343 ft.; 9647044.. Keep trying. Itpd 4/7 RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres wooded and platted i $ ''7.000 I
top quality shoes normally priced from. adult clothes, toys, furniture, much 40x100x14 $3.39 ft.: 50x100x16 $3.32 19M CHEVY SILVERADO: C-1SOO. extended 105th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 V4 acre cleared $ 8.000
$19 to $60. Over 250 Brand. 2600 more. SR 100 toward Lake Butler,, left, ft.: 60x100x14 $3.05 ft.: 70x100x14 cob pickup loaded, excellent HAMPTON 438 acre This property ha everything $438,000

styles. $17.900 to $29,900: Inventory on Boyle Hwy 2nd dirt rood on I.1,. $2.90 ft.: 100x100x12 $2.76' ft. Allied condition. 964-4380 day or 964-6238, LAWTEY:5 acre, 10Sth Aye., good Investment $ 15,000 .
Training Fixture, Airfare, Grand Watch for signs. 964-6342. Itpd 4/7 Steel, 1.800.635-.141.3/31 4tpd 4/21. after 6 p.m; Itchg 4/7 RD 100 E: 12 acre plus fish pond wide open space $ 26.000
Opening etc. Can open 15 days, Mr FRIDAY t SATURDAYS 12 ga. shotgun 25 "t '1912 MERCURY CAPRI: $1.000. Call SR 16 WEST: approx. 7 acre $ 13.000.
Keenan 3668606. Itpd 4/7 pistols, 13" TV, baby bed ,walker,: 964-5382 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. i or
((305)) ., [ PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acre, 3 w.II..a pole
-"I ic 1000 SUNBEDS. TONING TABLES Sunal/ playpen high Choir Carrier, WANTED 468-1980 after S p.m* Itpd 4/7 \iJ owneflnonc. ?
.. ? 1S GMC TRUCK 3 ton ready to put septic tank, $ 50,000 Or will split each $ 27.000
Bed, SlenderQuest bedspread, sheet, pots'and '
Tanning ponsfsilverware "* BROWNLEERDP36.43oerev'own.rflnaAee: ) location I "" k I
Passive, Exercisers. Call for FREE color dishes, toaster, 20'' box together1; $450" ;! Call 473-7O46. 4/7, '; .COMMERClAlJ'f"great! 'J" 87.392.. ,,1 "
catalogue. Save to 50% fan double bed. TV stand dungaree WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA 2tchg 4/14 .:. .: '
18002286292. fcon 88-141 and much more 7 ,mile' South of Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Storke. Is3 CHEVY CONVERSION VAN .Loaded BRICK BLDG., 4000 sq.ft. (unfinished Inside) off Morgon 1.5 acre,
MOBILE HOME PARK on' Onlfis, Loop- Stork. on Rd. 100 on left. Itpd 4/7 Fla. 32091, 4/7TF $6800. 7823449. Itchg 47MOTORCYCLES NW 42nd Ave Built a* lodge but convert to your u... $60.000 I
Acreage for more mobile home MOVING-GARAGE SALE rain or shine.. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE rattlesnake, ENTERPRISE ZONE: 143'xlW near hasp. $ 25.000
38000. Coll after 5:30 p.m.. 964-8970 32526. 9.5 p.m. Garden tools, priced according to size and condition. THOMPSON ST; 11.362(.1.. brick Enterprise Zone Benefit S 80,000
or 964-4480. 3/3TF household Items, stereo Kimball for more Info contact: The Skin Shop ot 301 N: 1.5 acre, MH hook-up. 2 bldgs, 240' on 301, great value $ 37.000
$7.. oo Large steel I company' 'need organ. Country'Club NE 14th St. our new location on Hwy 301 between 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on 301 $120.000
,dealer In Florida. Any type and size 9!. 964-7525.: Itpd 324ANIMALS Waldo and Orange Height. 468-2597 112 SUZUKI DR 250t $700. Call 9647061.. 301 N: approximately 150' x approx, 220' $125,000
commercial steel building sunrooms, 4/7 4tchg 4/2Q. Itchg' 47Susan 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option? Reduced $ 85.000

mobile Home product and neon signs. 301 5: 193' 301 frontage $ 85.000

100% financing. 18004441663.' 301andWa.hngionStrt.262.S.105'! $ 91.500

88-137 & PETS 301 S: 135 ft. on 301, opprox.2 acr... (possible Acres). SIM.000 |
INSURANCE needed G.A. or career

agent to build own aency with the FOR SALE After Hour
finest FINAL EXPENSE program In In
I Anne Nelson 473-754T
du.try. Multi-level contracting pattern'allow. TWO APPALOOSA FILLIES: 1 Appaloosamare TerwIIUgar
design of own operation and 'one Toro wheel mower. Call' John Longford Matter Appraiser 4962291Pauline

reward result Annualized COMMIS- Kris, 964-6924. TFmf F Randolph 9646323AcceleratedReaJt

writing.{ |lei Issue. Call 813-273-1114. Chow S Irish. Setter puppies, $10 each,
Icon 88-140 964.7529 eves or Sat. 8 Sun. Itpd 47.OUTLAW
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II Thinking Broker of buying orselling1 M. Faulkner GRI. CRB PRESIDENT n : 9644544Hwy. : \

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964-4522 : 301 8.Starke. :
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STARKE. FL Located Hwy.:301- Blk9S.SR.100. 22.1 W. Lafayette Street FL
David t. Dodge. MSA, CRA Patty Kay Elder. MRARes.
9645689I REAlTOR
961 3370 *OVER 2 ACRESt dose to Stark..brick 3 BR. 2 ba large. .1
Kay C. Waters I Suzanne Kitchens *2 STORY large cedar and brick home, over 37 acres.. r Home Lots */'Acreage' Waterfront, :

Uc 96 6941O Res. 9616512U.i *4 '.. 2'/. Be. large brick home nice neighborhood. I Farms / CommercialFISHING
FRAME HOUSE on 1 acre. Need repairs owner financing.., .
|> NEAT REMODELED from. home on 1 acre 301 N.. Siding .
K. WB 1-7333 REALTOR STRAWBERRY ACRESt 10 acre, Just| off 301 N. .- '* 3BR/2 1/2BA, 3000 SF, CH/A. Slave, Reid Dishwasher. Ceiling .

Designated AppraiHcrn *APPROXIMATELY 35 ACRES private with tree*. Fan. Well A Septic Large Loc .

Your Full Service Real Estate Office *CLOSE ,. Crosby Leke.. FISH POND ON IJ ACRES 3BH/2BA Norwegian Brick. CH/A.

Appraisals for Residence) Farm Commercial Business HWY. 16 W.t 2 BR. 2 boo DW. CH&A. 1 acre plus, $29.500 owner financing, Range Refri.! Carpet ,1200 SF. Solar Hot Water '7'--. Well .

*WESTMORELAND ST.I 4 BR. 1 bath fix up home. Septic! .

A 'Few of Our Many Listings *HWY. 16 Wi 3 BR.. 1' both. well-built: on 1 acre CHiA workshop" a utility,' LAKE PRIVELEDGES ,;: 3BR/2BA Block. Living Dining Rooms .

25000. Room. Drapes at Carpet CH/A. 1.416 SF Lot '
Residential Homes' Family Large
LAWTBYi 8.42 acre. 4 BR:2 bai( ha barn C fish pond fenced CHIA ,
,UASI-flKCHASf .opproxv 1800. s.f.4/2'4'firepiace' range relrlg.; owner NEAR ALTO LAKE 3 BR. 2 bath on 3 acre. Ig. barn beautiful trees CH A, IN THE COUNTRY. 2BRI2BA Block, Extra Large Living-Dining .
financing. assumable mortgage., ; Are*.- Kitchen Hat Formica Cabinet eV Breakfast Area Family Room.

.",", OAKS ,near! country' club beautiful brick 3/2.CH1A,.fireplace, priced to *WALK TO EVERYTHINGI 3 BR, I both. $31,500. CH/A. Garage.WeD Septic. 3 Acre

sell. _, *CHURCH ST.! 2 BR, t bath plus workshop assumable ntitg. Call for detail. ROOM FOR .A GARDEN. 3BK/2BA Block..Larg. Living Roan .

LAtOl MICK ,HOME, 2700 sq. ft... CH4A, beautiful neighborhood... Call, for appt, BEAUTIFUL HOMI on 4.83 acres In Strawberry Acre Family Room. CVA. 1139 SF. Stove: Refit Dishwasher Wall A .
!Waldo: Neat," 1400 ..f.,. 3 bedroom. CH4A., S34.000. *WOODLAWN ACRES 2 BR. 2 bath CH4A. double garage,,only $17,900. Septic I Asa .

.Comfortable. living. In Starke, :2/1. large room. f43OOO." *8 ACRES with 3 BR, 1 bath stucco. CHCA. paved rood. ,.I ACRES ON NEW' RIVER 2BR/IBA Mobile Home; IB. .
.*/> Quiet lot. $32,000. GOLFVIEWr beautiful building lot .
',. > neighborhood corner Excellent Condition. Well A Septic
aiAN AND Nf ATI 2/lj good location only $28,600.:. .5"FOREST'HEIGHTSu *HWY. 100 Ei nice brick veneer 3 BR. 1 bath.QUA: extra septic, 3 acre*. Like.
3/2 CHBA fireplace. *SANTA Fl CANAL LOT 160x208, excellent term*. .
HiAT AS A PIN new roof, new bathroom doe. to Storke. HWY. 301 SOUTH 175x254, with building reduced to 150000. New w/Pstio A Carport Large Workshop Wen A Septic .,. ..A_.

*TWO STORY REDECORATED 1800 s.f. In Starke. 39000. *HWY.301 SOUTH well built, brick veneer 3 BR. 2 bath on 2.acre. Mocked GOOD PLACE TO LIVE.' 3BR/IBA Frame w/Porch. Well A Septic .
-MDUCID. CONVENIENT to Starke A schools 3/1 remodeled. fish pond.. Large Lot. .

HANDYMAN SPECIAL Duplex In Starke"good location.. *40 ACRES In city,.city utility joins property.'. OLE FASHIONED FRAME -4BR/1BA Frame Large LiV t..DInlnI
4/1 ON EDWARDS RD. CHiA, up to 10 acre *OFF .PRATT ST.! nice 4 BR. 2 bath many extra, kitchen equipped., Room Large Porches.HANDYMAN'S .. _
*2-STORY HOMI on 4.64 acre. CHeVA. and more. *LAYER: ARM can be purchased with new 2 story Immaculate home withpool DREAM. Two-Story 3BR/2BA. Large' Living*
LOCATION LOCATION In Starke,custom home on 3 ac.... *> 78 acre, 6 barn t equip and home or 5 or 17 acre.with |lust bam Call Dining An w/TirepUce. .

Homes with Acreage for detail. SELECTED PROPERTIES .
MORGAN ROt approx. 5 acre with older frame home and 2 mobile home.Will NICI HOME in secluded area of town approx. 1600 sq.1; ft.,
i divide.SKLUOCD. 45 ACRES Bracket Win Divide. Owner Financing Good Terms. ,

". M ACRES only minute from Gainesville and Starke. 2 nice homes .10 ACRES Win Divide Into 5 Acre Pared. Pecan -. Wen A .

i' and large workshop or bam. H you want to garden fence It to keep the deer out. Septic Owner Financing.

MOM AND DRVl Orange HI*. 16 plus acre posture, fenced and cross-fenced 10 ACRES Divide Into S Acre Parcel. Pecan Grove, Plait rood

." wtth nice 3 S bungalow QUA. SQsssL Call one of our Professionally trained Owner Financing..
t'. *2 BEDROOM 2 both home NW of Storks on 6 plus Acres, fenced, cross-fenced 2 '3 ACRES Hwy. 16 W. Good Commercial Joe.IS --. '

I: bam*, many amenltlee ., staff today at: ". AC Zoned for Mobile H...... .
.. I .. *S STORY HISTORIC HOMI on 20 acre:2 barns, many pecan tree*. 69000. 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
!",; MMOORUO Xstory home on .64,100 w. ,v 9645069or LAKE GENEVA o Large Lot 100 Feet of Lake Ptoeiage..
I,,' CUSTOM X STORY. log home with pool and separate garage on 5 plus acre*. LARGE AREA Or LAND .
Northeast ,
" ... Mil lorgeMwme. with .poof 30 plus acre*. Call for private showing. after hours call: Section of dy.
HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lou Good B.eaaau location.

:; C .Ii.Va'A-bowt rtf-ALTOn AssoaA S. .EVENIN&3 ACRES Hwy 301 Near Bariatoa ......

t eLAKI LOTS IAKI HOMES Irene L. Faulkner...-964-5142 LAKE LOTS Crosby A .....-. tDww Ffo.eoisj. '
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facilities MM MR.
IS*. ISA -equipped. Laundry
LOT J6.000. App. for modular ADULT PARK CI.an'2 BR mobile home, Dock privilege Carpeted. 4732919. Carpeted laundry facilities. Dock Main Street, take Butler, 4963978. STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage
'horn. Call 964-5764. 'oft. S. ,call, Vk mile from city. Nice neighborhood. 4tchfl 3/24-4/14 privilege. 473.2919. 4tchg 324414. Complete Insurance'Secwlce. 4/10 rfn pace? We have 3x10 and 10x10 mini

9643251.3/07 tfn 4681323. 10/8 TF }M. IV4BA kitchen equipped. Florida 21. ISA kitchen equipped. Carpeted Mt200Pf2F3SLI30/C.._ warehouses. Hale and; Associates '
NO DOWN PAYMENT 2,5 to 50 ocr..; FURNISHED ROOM with air; all utilities facilities. Dock laundry facilities. Dock privileges. ,HELP WANTED 496-3939. tfnchrg 1/7 I
several location., from $1,100/acre. 30 paid from, 37.50 per week ream- Laundry. 4732919. 3/04-4/14 473-2919.3/24-4/14 .. .. STRAWBERRIES U pick-we pick-open
ACRES with 1/4 mil.on Rd. 225 I county MAGNOLIA HOTEL.Walnut St., by Post privilege. 4tchg Unfurnished.Cory Monday-Sunday 8 a.m. Dlrectlont-toke
HINT lease to
grade, $67.000. fZ terms...ACRES Office. TF 121, south thru lacrosse to N.W.22-tq
with mobil. horn.and lakevlew horn'A stories.Large MISCELLANEOUSPACK BENEFITS Come In and talk with us. hand side of road.
barn. 133,500 or NEWLY DECORATED everything furnished sign on right Bring
screened Fireplace. 2BR 2nd
porcK. lake S.E.
Butler 65O
$30,000 without 10 Apparel Farm and .
MH. ACRES Country facilities Included. Video containers. Rogers Nursery.Call
Club area prim for subdividing ISA upstair Complete apartment RAT Buy sell and trade collectible Street, Lake Butler, ,4"6-3601. Hn/cng far Information' 462-1774 or
available. Will
room accept one child
$48.700. 4.73 ACRES with 3.600 .I. below. 1.449-8113. 4tchg 4/7.4/28 Items and anti""" .. Used furniture, 1/21 '462.2406. 3/31 ;3tpd. 4/14
Palms Apts.. 2313 N.
no pets TempleAve. '
brick glassware |jewelry
horn on paved rood North of .. Slarke 32091. 10/29 TF ""
GENEVA $350 month $100
per for One mile east DOUBIE-ENTRY BOOKEEPER to work
Come yourself.
Lawt.", 87000. RALPH BRYAN REAl TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnishedor LAND FOR SALE
TV, t.4-M78, 33TFPERSONAL unfurnished MIMOSA'' MANOR. deposit. 473-1030. 2tpd 41.414ACREAGE of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. 'with State Grant* In the Central Admlntlralfon "
473-2183 3/S tfnchg Office located at 119 ,
""" 9647498. 11/19TFchg 'Wilbur Street, tlve Oak, Florida Ex.perlence .
SERVICES" 12x45 MOBILE HOME 3BR 1 bath.on In accounting and computeryperotiora I-3-4 ACRE PARCELS 160 acre farm
would make nice hone ,farm low
one acre $2507month.9644238. 2/4TF (
HOMES FOR SALE required Submit
BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON EMERY your.resume ,down financed. Ap-
COZY 2 BR HOUSE furnished CHtA, ,
WANT TO DRINK ---- -- ". to Suwannee River Economic/
LAN 4739236. 1/14' lining. 1/2 acres povod road with 2
THAT YOUR BUSINESS carpet Prefer. tingle adult. For Info(all"964.l LAKE WIN- GENEVA LAKE ESTATES by owner 3BR Council Inc PO. Box 70, Live Oak, FI. prox SftiS Hale
bedroom mobile hum
> after 3 p.in. 2/21:/( fF .' be received,
WANT TO STOP S/3.0OO. 32O60- Application by
2BA, custom built .tra. .
NOTT trees and Associates 496 3939
ONE I 1)) acres, '170 pecan Ifn/chg
BEDROOM HOUSE in Country; large .
THAT OURS $3.500/ocre. Owner ,will finance. 4/5 3353. Anytime. 331.47 April 8, 1988. Equal Opportunity 12/31
Alcoholics Anonymous yard carpet window air, adults. First 9042851408. 3/24 4/14 ALL BRICK HOME on Clover lane, 2.000 Employer.'3/31; I 2thg 4/7

9.4-41SO-9 42000pd final $22S/month. 964 8602 'after 5 LAND IN MELROSE 4lthg. 2 acres of pine and .sq-H.. 3 bedroom. 3 both, plus 2 car ,RESPIRATORY THERAPY TECHNICIAN .. .
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thru 4/30 p.m. |jrnMOBILE tank, gainge. '16X32 pool walk''to school DPR State of Florida. Position available
oak. Fenced. Deep Well. Septic '
CHAIN LINK FENCES In.lall.d. Free HOME FOR RENtS Call 964 8614or tried slab .liking' $89,500. ''call 473 4400 2tpd. Immediately, j tanloct Betty Layton at CARS/TRUCKS
pole, utility on pump
estimates Handy.Man Fence Co. 964 7619. 3x17 rFchg .house, privacy with lake access to sprIng 4/M, 14 I('J04j259.3) 15 I. Ext 218. ) --

Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tin ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT availablenow fed Ashley Lake I5,000..2 wooded "--- EXPERIENCED PARTS SALES PERSON REPO FOR SALE 1982 ,Comoro Z28S4 .
HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting eleetrlcal walled garden patio small acres adjoining abov.lot0.500.. FOR SALE Automotive r P.u tt ft Equipment Ca., 675 .100, Coll 496.2101 Farmers and
deluxe complex near town Furnished .' SE 6IK Street, 496-2343. 3/31 tfnchg.
complete home repair Call 475-3426 evenings. 4tchg 4/7.4/28 ----- Dealers Bank, 3/31 2tchg 4/7 */
964 8601, 3/24TF'
or DIETARY AIDE Part time
Reasonable Licensed position
rotes contractor. .
FOR SALE 8 N Ford Tractor 6 It bush -- -
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn SfARKEt 'furnished 2 BR, 12x60 mobile available. Experience required. Applyto
wooded HELP WANTED hog set''of discs 2200. 473-4120, HOMES FOR
SEWING MACHINES .soles and service. home on lot. CHSA. couple Lake Butler Hand Surgery Center,
preferred. $250 and security 964-5332. .. Itpd 4/7 : -..........--
all makes cleaned oiled, odusted| 850 E. Main Street, lake Butler Fla
$13. All work guaranteed. Corner '3/31 2tchg 4/7 stART AT THE TOP leading real estate THREE FRAME COTTAGES located In. 496.7323. EOE tlchg 4/,. GOVERNMENT SEIZED HOMES from $1.
CHAN FURNISHED 2 BR trailer. and experienced Keystone Heights to' be removed o.d.mollshed'
Morgan Rd. t CR 16,,James Strickland Crosby firm seeking new Make offer. -- (U, repair) BUY properties 'for backtaxes
Lake Shores. $225 month, $100 deposit.No licensees. Extensive free training program for salvage.
964.8733. 12/3TF
Information and
FOR RENT For curr.ntREPO
LAWN SERVICE for residential and commercial. pets, no children. 964-5739' ,or national referral network Contact John Marvin ,4734911. Itpd _.. .-. .- list CAII (refundable)
landscaping tree removal, 9644468. 3/31 2tpd 4/7 local sales opportunities. Call Dean, 4/7 Ext. H3339D 24hrs,
1(518)439-3546( )
lawns vacuumed. No job too big or LARGE 2 BR HOUSE In Stark. No pets. Weaver, 473.765310' a confidential WEDDING GOWN size 9/10, I Ivory satin CLEANESt HOMES IN TOWN Nicely, furnished 3/24 3tpd 47GOVERNMENT :
small. Free estimates, 9644238. 2/4TF First last and deposit .\.726-7651.3/3\,\ terview. 3tchg 3/24-4/7 with pearls and lace complete with all electric central heat and SEIZED HOMES from $1'.
2tchg 4/7 CRUISI SHIP JOSS $10.345 to $47,819. slip, veil and gown bag. Must see la air, private paved road laundry and
WI DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John (U' Repair) BUY properties for back
D..,.. $40 per hour. Call anytime, 12x40 MOBILE HOME) 2 BR, I bath on 1 Managers, chefs, bartenders' appreciate $400. 473-2616 Itpd 4/7, park playground. Near schools, hasp. taxes I' For .Information and current
7823306. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 'acre, $250 month. 964-4238 4/7TF mechanics and more. NOW Hiring 3 USED REFRIGERATORS. 4737707., Itchg slate facilities{. PINES SR-121, east Lake REPO' list CAII (R.fundabl.1)
WILEY'S LAWN SERVICE no job too largeor FURNISHED one BR cottage, utilities m' CALL (refundable) 1.518.459.3734 'Ext. 17SEVERAL Butler, Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. 1(518)439-3346.( ) Ext. H3448A 24 hrs.
small. Free estimates. 964.7823 ,eluded $200 month. I mile South 100, Q3339A. 24HR5. 3tpd 3/24.4/7 ITEMS 3 Firebird 15 Inch .,,'and no pets* chg/tfn 5/21 3/24 3tpd. 4/7' ""
evenings. 3/17 4tpd 4/7 city limits. Call 964-7255. Itpd 4/7 ,SEEKING SUMMER CAMP HEAD COOK wheels, $45;: also two trailer tongues rwo BEDROOM MOBILE HOME IN ';
COMPLETE HOME REPAIR) carpentry, TWO BEDROOMi 1 bath mobile home AND! ASSISTANT COOK. family style, 'with' jacks, $25 each, 4737650. Itchg COUNTRY 'In lake Butler area., $173 'I'
painting electrical, plumbing. furnished, with air and heat. $HS food prep for 150. Previous experience 4/7 ,plus. deposits. Call 431-1714 after S
Reasonable rates licensed contractor month $100 deposit. 964.8970 or ,preferred. YMCA Camp Immokalee. p.m. 4/7 2tehg, 414PERSONAL NOTICE
TB0049306. Call Mitch 4733940. TF 964-8705 after 6 p.m.4/7TF' Call 354.3636. In Jacksonville. 2lchg 1979 PONTIAC FIREBIRD*,"V8. AT, $2500., new ...... -. -- .','
LARGE 12x70 MOBILE HOME 2 BR In 3/31.4/7 tires and wheels, runs great '
month $100d.po.lt. WOOD SPLITTERS WANTED forestablished Itchg 4/7
good condition. $220 4737650. .... the Union Times office
and business, personal services, In-' -. ------- to County
firm. Good ,
964-8704. Itpd 4/7 ,
references available. 964.4908.3/31 TF wages." In writing and paid In"advance'
ROOFING:. new roof, tear off and FOUR. ROOM HOUSE furnished except dependant work. Needs saw Immediate -' JEFf'S LAWN SERVICE All types of yardwork' unless credit is already establishedwith ,
recover.Work guaranteed. Call Lamar living room. $140month. '964-5193, 962N. employment. Call 14724324. Coll .431-1944 or 431,1233,331.,2Ichg. this office. -
Ave. Itpd 4/7 'i4tchg 331421'COOKCHEF SERVICES '
Sims, 964.4331 anytime. Free Temple 4/7 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
..lImal..3/31 TF NICE 2 BR HOUSE 1 both, front porch NEEDED Buddy's Lakefront '-. -. I -, RESPONSIBLE FOR: MISTAKES IN
SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER: Advice on plus carport $275 month. Also 4 BR, 1 Restaurant. Experienced. Full or part-; PRESSURE WASHING''.: Houses,. nubile' MOBILE HOMES CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

business, love ,and other problems.: both mobile home,, $275 month' ,time Ask., for foul.468-2980.' 2tchg homes. pools, decks, sidewalks. Freeestimates. THE TELEPHONE : .
William D. Tiffin, Lie. Real Estate .33147PARTTIMI Calk 473-3590. 3/5 FOR SALE Classified deadline ,
Special readings this week with this. ,\Rob Is MONDAYS
od. 7829802.Jtpd 4/7 Broker..9645065. Itchg 4/7 ,. POSITION) '20-30 hours,, tfnchg P.M., prior to Thursday publication. I
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR pickup 'and .NICE ONI BEDROOM APT. 1st floor.' 1 1 secretary/clerical, In Keystone His*' LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. RENT ,TO OWN Low ''down paym.nt.Own.r Minimum charge is IS words for 13.50.
delivery Call Ken 9644567. Itpd 4/7 .stove 'and refrigerator no pets; Some office experience needed. Send Call The Lawn Barber 4733590.. Free ,Financed Sid s Mobile. Home then i 15 cents for each word thereafter.
HOME DECORATING SERVICE offers 9648498. Itpd 4/7 Grif- resume to P.O. Box 920. Keystone Hts.!. Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg : Park 496-3715. 1t. d4I?';
pressure washing, pointing Interior 4 'TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on ,Fla. 32656,.4/7 2tchg 4/14 CARPENTRY.ADDITIONS. REMODELING.
exterior, wallpapering'paneling, and fls loop. Like new 4682374. 4/7 2tchg DECKS.' no fob to big or, small.
a variety of repairs. Call for our free CLEAN 2 BR mobile home In Starke.$225 Reasonable rates. Quality work. Call Retail Advertising Policy
estimates 964-8961 after Itpd month. 964-8810. 4/7 4tchg 4/28' anytime. 4739096ask for. Jim. tfnchg
4/7. p.m. STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to YARD SALES 3/24 for The Bradford County Telegraph
work? We have clean mobile WILL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE reliable,
_____ your .
Union County Times & Lake Region
468-1323.10/8 TF
homes available. dependable, have good reverences.
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sale. On.w..k.nd
PINE FOREST APARTMENTS) Now taking 'I71-4962.,1Ipd; 4/7
Sat. and Sun., ; _
only. Fri., ,
FOR SALE applications for 3 BR opt, starting at ad work for We will gladly assist In
,$200/mo. CH A. 'fully equipped kit-' April 8, 9,10.9 a.m.lntll5 p.m. Fur, HOME IMPROVEMENT. repairs, additions us make your you. you
Ich.n". cable ready. 1530 W, Madison ,nlture, household Items,' bric-a-brac or complete building.. 30 years designing what you like. We will show proof when requested. We will

".: )." .,N\UMAILI .aggqL aR4! '' o.*,I.S ,-'96A,63W J ..Mon-FjL; 'j-5o.m. ,,,$ K .
''OJ y bo; brick veneer home wlth'1Ir.plac.....Housing, Opportunity, 1/14 TFchg Keystone Heights. VtpdM/7 Counties.: 473-4018. '5/28 tin guarantee.position to anyone.
SALE Frl. and Sat., 9-4, 7/10 mi, ?
and 5 acres.Beautiful 1 bath block home,
garage on TWO BEDROOM credit for the tho
Reduced to $59,500. United Realty of CHCA, nice neighborhood. Colt from SR 26:2 ml. from SR 100'on Swan House out of level?? LaRue leveling If WG'moko a error In your ad.we give space
Starke, 964.8447 or 473-3627. 11/12 TF 4681323.33, TFchg lake Rd. Itpd 4/7 "iervlce for all your foundation repairs, error occupied -,not for the entire ad We will not be responsible. for,

THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath house with car WALDO ,VILLAS) unfurnished 2, BR GARAGE SALE gianllc. BetweenHardee's 4737721. 1/9 tfnchg errors appearing advertising: : taken over the phone.
port on 4 acres of land. Some furniture townhouse, carpet, CH4A. 468-197. and Sears on SR 21..9 a.m. until EXPERT PAINTING)' home repafr, handyman let us assist you In your advertising..Call 964-6305,473-2210 or
f Included. 2201 51py' Hollow Drive Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF ? April 8 and 9..Itpd 4/7 services. Call Mitch, 4733940. 496-2261.:
Stark. 964-6493 ask for Cil. 3/10 TF FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities' GARAGE SALE ,3 family. Sat., off 100 on 3/24TF
EAGLE NEST HOMES kit form or turn key paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia/ Camp Immokalee Rd / ml, tchg 4/7
homes. John Curies, Post Office. TF GARAGE SALE 3 family. Sat..Apr 9.2
Wausau modular Hotel Walnut St. by MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
mist NOW
United Realty 964. <<7. 3/17 TF ONE BR UNFURNISHED HOUSE $175, large AC. sewing machine many
HOMES $1.00 (U Repair). ; 964-84043/31, Items. 9 5,,5451 CR 352. .Itchg 4/7
GOVT SEIZED singles only ho pets. HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28X68 4/3,
Buy properties for bock tox.sl Info, 2tchg 47MELROSE Homes of Merit $279/mo. Free Forest Park Apartments
Repo listing, 15184593546. ext ) lovely 2 BR. 1Vi bath home delivery. Uncle Roy's, I-351-8SI4.3tchg; .
H-3377.24 hours. 4/7 3tpd 4/21 with den In nice neighborhood carpet. 3/24-4/7 An'apartment complex designed for moderate ....T. :: i:; .
UNIQUE COUNTRY ESTATEleesburg room,.fully equipped kitchen .I,
$161.20 PER MONTH 24X44, 3/2. !
in-low swimming FOUND income families. No rental assistance available.. .,( ,. .
Area 3/3 with quarters guest with Inside laundry hook-up LOST AND masonite and shingles. Uncle Roy..
cottage.Large Screened pool.Security. area on Swan Lake, S350.475-1678. 13518514. Stchg 3/24-4/7 Attractive' 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, refrigerator. ] I .: (: ..: P""
Fireplace. Ceiling fans. PLUS MOREl 3/31 4tchg 4/21 LOST husky tan and white mole. 49Ibs. "IT CASH DOWN new or used. We Free'i ": .
Call 9047879939. lean- carpet, cent heat & air, patio laundry. !\ 1_. }:;r;
An acre plus. .NC Lost In '
COS CHECK US OUT Clean rental .. -blue eyes togs. finance Free credit' approval by ."
88-131 50 reward. 475-3274 water t ; sewer & garbage. Rent $185."* $220 .:
homes tailored to your pay schedule. Melrose area. $ phone. Uncle Roy. *. 1-331-8514. 3tchg ..
wooded -
UNBEATABLE TERMSi 6-7 acres, .
4/7 '
Private park laundry and playground leave message. 32447NO minimUm
oak pine, $22.90.II, septic and PINES SR121, |just south of SR100 In ,FOUND. golden retriever, Call to claim.' CASH NEEDED We take trades, paid ; For ,nforrnatton/appicatton| : ,

tower Included Mobil. AC. .Lake Butler 496-2366. tfn/chg. 1/,7 473.2598. 4/7 for or pot I Let us arrange your credit ,Forest Park Apartments 77$ Ne 1 st Street
CEPTED. Near paved roads Country Uncle Roy'." Hwy 441 N., Ocola. 1..1. E.H.O.
Rivers Realty' collect 9044543305. '.' 13518514. 4tchg 4/7.4/28 (904)496-3439 __
497-3305.fcon 88-136 HOMES OF MERIT. 28X56 3/2. $215/ma.
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA larg. log hunting {
'Call 16298906. 4tchg 4/7-4/28 "
lodge. Prime hunting area.Sleeps PERSONALEXPERIENCED PUBLIC NOTICE problem '
for, credit BUTLER
35. Unique selling,60.3000 acres but good Free credit
'sal*.. Barren Strother, Broker United LINGERFELT PSYCHIC READING and check by phone. Uncle Roy's.
National P.O. Box 755 Troy Ala. Trim & Framing ,guided positive meditation to take con-' 1-351-8514..4tchg 4/7-4/28 Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units.:Thosa all-
36081. 205-566-1870 2057352442. trol of life. Call LIBRE Center
'l.... Rx,30 '. Additions DecksRemodeling. 3771973.your 4tehg 4/7-4/28 electric units or. spacious with lots'of closet spac and alt have

'THREE FRAME COTTAGES located In Roofs Ii>' wall-to-wall carpeting, draperies"! and kitchen appliances.. Onsite
Keystone Heights to be removed or facilities. R.ntal'aulstance available qualified
laundry .
15 Experience
demolished for salvage. Make offer. yrs. ,
Contact John Horvln. 41HI1. 110<1. 473-2330 Daytime applicants.. '
GLORIA'S MUSIC: HOUSE. (STUDIO) For application and Information
-' -El. I INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg& Gloria Bryant, '1005 SW 6th Street

I In LESSONS: GultarvBanJo. Electric Bass Lake Butler, FL 32054 Reer-.

'fOR LEASII.2.000oq. ft., 301 'South, FOR SALE can 'Or Call 494-3141' aernwr .
ocros from "riew KOA/Wolmart. 964-812O Tuea-FVi 11-7 Sun & Mon 10-2

964.8848.964-8447. or eves, 4733627. = METAL STORE I -- ..

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I Stdrke Wan, Ads: oe *.,??, Hildebran,. Norton Winners in Baked Division',.'

., Cindy Hllde>l'an'a strawberry pie BAKED 'p'RODUC1'S'VEAS'r BROWNIES:: Glenda Wheeler
chocolate bars, red. Youth
won the sweepstakes ribbon in
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED '_ baRed products division In the 1988, ft BREAOS/R LLS: Edna : !Heather Norton, brownies. ,

County Fair. Norton, sourdough bread, blue; blue. it
f EUCTSOLUX NOW HIRINGr Po.llion. SERVICE Is seeking people tanlta-experienced Cindy and her mother-in-law, ,"Linda Nina Hutchms,*yeast bread, blue; MOST'' UNUSUAL USE OF
available in 'nanogem.ni, lalet, and In,load preparation,for HMdebran each, without the Cecelia Pennesi, pumpernickel 'StRAWBERRIES IN BA.K.EDPRQ.
i cor'
service Full and part-time. 3727811 ,sectional lion procedures officer and In''supervisor our food' service other knowing, entered a strawberry bread, blue.SPECIALTY. DUCT WITH RECIPE:,Martoa Whittle -
EO6 3'31 6tchg 5/5 department, Mutt be ot least 19 yrs pie Cindy won It was the first ,, individual strawberry
THE CITY Of LAWTEY will be taking opplication old, U.S".cltlren, High school graduateor time she'd entered the fair competition CAKES: Glenda cheesecakes, blue; Edna Norton,
lor a Class C Operator,, GEl Salary range Is $15,346, to Wheeler, microwave'' bundt sour sourdough strawberry coffeecake, <
pleat bring or send your return to $23,914) upon completion of ,required Cindy, (he daughter of Pam and cream cake with cream. cheese )c.- red;, Tancie Causey strawberrycake
City 'Of lawtoy, P.O Drawer C training program. Benefits package Is David Lawson, is married to Danny 'inRx blue red.'r.
Lowtey Fl. 32058 3/31 4tcttg 4/2\ excellent Qualified applicants should Hildebran a CPA with an oil lice on
LOCKSMITH NEEDED eiperience completed Slot of,Florida ygR'CAKe NON-BAKED Adult Lin-
necettory Apply in person 1.5 submit a; US-3U1N. LA : Cecelia Pennesi ITEMS: ?
Vet' ..Frl 353 N. T.mpl. Ave. p.m.3/31\ employment application' not later thanApril coconut cake. M\\P, da Hildebran strawberry pie, blue;
15, 1988. to'! PERSONNEL
2tchg /7POSITION Cindy Hildebran, low-cal
lor ,double-/ MANAGER Union Correctional ImtltJ- strawberry blue rosbttej,
OPEN mature pie
tion P.O. Box 221, Railord Fla:, 32083. ,rI COOKIES'Youth: Division:
Cecelia Pennesi Easter candy, blue.
entry bookkeeper to work with State ,
Pamela .
phone 904-431 1212. ext. 202. An Equal Patterson chocolate chOC. Norton
Neil ,
Youth Divisions
Orantt in the Central Administration '
,oHice. located at 119 Wllbun St. In Live Opport""lty/Allirmoll.ve' ,"ctlonEmployer N chip cookies, blue..: chocolate dipped peanut crackers
Itchg 477 I'j r
Oak, Fl, pxperienftt In accounting! and COUNTERY DELIVERY HELP wanted ol ..i blue Heather Morton ,almondcovered
computer operations required Submit Vitas Plzia Itchg /1'CARPE1' pretzels, blue,
your return* to Suwannee River
Economic Council 1'.0. Bow ,70. Live experience "
required No tools ,
must necessary.but
Oak, Fl. 32060 Application be (
,received by April 8. 1988. E.O E, 3/31: need own transportation. Call ... .t
alter 5
.' Carlton Williams 782 3836 p.m.
2tchg 7
I TRUCK DRIVERS Poole Truck Line otters 4/7 2tchg4/l4 'N10BILE
$.23 jeer mile, to start to OTR driven, PRESS ROOM HELP in newspaper press ) A. ( 1O '
with,, orie'year verilioble' employ company.Apply at Florida Crown Printing :---.. ,' ,
301 South ol Ma"vllle.7 2tchg
''ment with one'employer, Yearly iiv r"O ; ,
and excellent benefit
'paikag create!: Drivers with lett.than one'yeaj'e"perlenc. Dept..of Health S Rehabilitative Services .. T" / .
may apply ace Poole Is accepting applications for ";; .
Public Assistant Specialist I Ito work In ..
Driver Trainee or for the Poole Driver ,
Training SChool. Apply in persons Poole the food stamp program. Minimum :1 \ 0"I
Truck Line 2241 ,Detroit Blvd, Pen i qualifications; 60 semester hours or 90 : "I"II
.taeola, Flo ((904) 477-6481' quarter "hours of, college. Starting I .,.'
,' salary Id $52604 bi-weekly Pleate \ .:. '
1 800 225 5000 EOE, Icon 88 132 '"",, ,
send a State ol Florida application to .
,DRIVERS NEEDED Mutt have chouff curs "t' \ .-f--.
license and do farm'work ''when not ,HRS Personnel, ,1000 NE 16th Ave., '
N NRtV "
driving Apply'at Florida' Blueberries. Building. Gainesville, Fl. 32609 HRS .ty I ,'
Inc., CR 1471. Waldo 4/7 2tpd 4/14 It on EOE/AA/Veterons preference .,,,", I
,R.N./L.P.N. RN specialist needed for 'Employer. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 -_ti. :
and shifts in the Medical PUBLIC ASSISTANT SPECIALIST III/ The -' Park
evening night ...
: Orange .
and Adult Psychiatric Units Require 3 Dept 'of Health ft Rehabilitative '
Is applications for ,O ,,
years RN experience, 1 of which infield accepting -
salary range $10.27.13,6? hourly, Public Assistant Specialist II to work Ms. Cindy Hildebran., Best! Over-Alt Kossettei Heather
'depending on experience. LPN. needed with-the'welfare program Minimum Her Strawberry Pie Wins Norton Youth Division winning
t;loc, all shifts) ,no experience qualification are a B.S. Degree or B.A. with brownies, -
j"", necessary: mutt be licented One Degree, Starting salary is $583.74 bl.I 14 wide -
Graduate Nurse petition' available. I weekly. Please send a State pi FIe application Fair "
Contact, Merriet Hlgglnt Northeast to HRS Personnel, 1000 N.E. grade until 5 p.m'.J, and 3 p.m Satur- e B e eBeB e B BeWe*lBe B Be Be e>MB Be el

Florida( State Hospital 9042596211, 16th Ave? Building J. Gainesville, Fl. from Pap 18 ,day Students can ride all rides with delivered & ,set ., :,
ext 115.4: 74tchg4/28' 32609, HRS Is on EOEAAVeteransPreference an $8 wrist band from 1-6 p.m. Fri up. :
CLERK TYPIST apply In person at Davit Employer. 4/7 4tchg 4/28 Fair Parking. .
Express, U.S. 301, South Starke., Itchg GOOD PAY t BENEFITS for someone day.Midnight madness is set from 10 Available
'4'7SENIOR' o. mature self',motivated, dependable, Cars will be parked south ot the p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday night, during
', REGISTERED !NURSEi Foren/ orr. 'type'50"wprnx calculator (by touch), fairgrounds until that lot is: full, then'' which a $7 wristband will allow use
several positions available for licentedRNt d.tail-8rlented, able to handle occasional will' be shifted to the parking lot. of all rides. There is free admissionwith
Annual salary range I I. $19,328 to pressure. Apply at Tidewater north of the lair buildings an armband purchased alter "> Phone 272-062'5
$31:389, Experienced nurses may lIar Eauioment Co.,,9 .7757. Itchy 4/7 Entrance to the north parking lot p.m.. : .
'at over'$25.000. Benefits, package it COOK/CHEF NEEDED Buddy Lakefront I will be the second entrance past the' A country music show'' starring,
excellent, Interested and qualified applicants .Restaurant. Experienced. Full or part-' former highway patrol station. A big
Dickens of Grand Ole
'should 1 submit o completed 'time, Ask Idr v Paul" 468..2080.',2tchg, sign will be posted. Exit is still past 'Opry Lfttle'Jimmy, lame is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday -< 1238 Standing BlVd. Orange Park.
State al Florida employment applica 331.1 "
___ ___ .the Roping stands.' April 8. One show only
tion to Personnel Manager, Union Correctional 'Gate admission will be',$1, ,the, ; '
Institution, P.O. 'Box 221., REAL ESTATE :same as last year. A pass good For Steers. Global Clay Plat' '' \"'
,Railord Ft. 32083, phone 904 431-1212.' OUT OF AREA the week can be purchased lor $3. Mobile 1Home Hours:
ext 202:,An Opportunity/Affir The annual 4-H and FFA'swmesale '
Fairgrounds rest rooms. are in Mon-Frl 9am-8pm
mative Action Employer. Itchg 4/7' : April y Middleburg
is set at 7p.m., Friday, 8. .
O*.. R.N.', P.R.N. position available In, 'OCALA NATIONAL FOREST:' Wooded good working, order' .reports Warren The annual'.4-H and FFA steer.show Starke '1: ro .4' Sat 9am-6pm
progressive 'hotpital specializing In ,lots, river occett $5450 Each. No Carver is set at 7 p.m. today (Thursday
reconstructive, 'ploitlc hand l amicrosurgery money down $65 41" monthly? Owner Sun lpm-6pm
The Steer sale
Apnl 7) is set '
Camp Blending
Med/Surg experience 1-236-4579' or 1.622-2438-'l/7TF A Country Fair..., l Keystone" Heights
lor 7pm. Saturday, April 9,
required. Apply to Lake Butler Hospital BE OUR NEIGHBOR: N. Carolina The north.Florida country fair'' -- ,- -,
Hand Surgery Center. SR 121 t 100, Beautiful mountain properties.. Finance features livestock, arts and crafts; j
lake, Butler, Fid./ 904.496.2323, EOE. ing available Free listing Information. local cooking and sewing,Results ol
3/31'' 3tchg 4/7 Carolina Country Real Estate, Box 686, the fair judging is reported him 1 4 t l 't 1 f
.R.N.'si lull and PRN position available Hayesvlll, N.C. 2890<1. 704-389.8335 elsewhere in this section The fair I IHWT
experience Paid collect fcan 88.127
t'' Med/Surg prelerred exhibit buildings;pcoatl
''time off program Apply to Lake Butler BEAUTIFUL LOT'IN' MAGGIE VALLEY. noon ion il J *lt I
.Hospital\ Hand Surgery Center,SR 121 i, N.C.: overlooks volley on South side of Thursday,Friday and Saturday..
100 Lake Butler, Flo 904.496.2323. mountain.Call Buzzy Costello 473' -566., :The midway will open at noon today 121 North in Worthlngton Spring! Look For Sign
EOE. 3/31 2tchg 4/7' 3/31 2tchg 4/7 (Thursday, April,7),. at 1 p.m. Post) OPEN 7:30AM to 6OOPM Mon-Sat
(Formerly Hitching :
LIVE-IN' HELP WANTED 'IN' JACKSON: HOME AND INCOME: 6' beds, 3 bo, Friday (free admission through 12th
VILLE Light housekeeping talary In brlck/itucco home two acres
Wetttide area. Call 1-78:1.3812. TFjm| cathedral .ceilings, fireplace ACLF Hazardous Waste RED I SEED( riRTILIZER POSTS'I WIRE' GATES f ANIMAL HEALTH 1 SUPPLIES I HARDWAREPHONE i (
WATKINS DEALERS WANTED to tell license for 6. Room to expand.
lamous products lull or part-time. Be 190000. East Pasco. 613788.6132.. Meeting Set
your own boss Coll 782.3068 Lowtey. Icon 88.125 : 496-2603,
3/24" 4tpd 4/14 LOSTFOUNDREWARD .All persons opposed to the locationof .

.X-RAY available Florida license TECH emergency/on required.part-time Apply call.petition ARRT to Lake A : LOST BLACK TOY' POODLE: attend facility a hazardous In an Union important County waste are meeting treatment urged of to

904 Butler SR -496 121 Hospital.2323 a 100.EOE Hand 3/31 Lake Surgery 3tcha Butler'4/14' Center' Fla. Male Starke..answers 964.8830,to Itpd Pepl 4/ '., downtown Pollution U-CAP in()Lake United at the Butler Union Citizens,Monday County Against,Courthouse Apr. 646 ,2.99$ !)!) Ml, ,1(45,%(' .

.11 at 7 p.m. Membership In U-CAP
BILL PROCESSORS includes Interested citizens In Union. Nutnena. eeds
and Bradford Counties. '

Exciting full-time day positions i Available in our' Plans will be discussed for pen .... lei "'..._.r.t S witht1ll1O COlb '
filed theivv.uiuiu '
'ding to be against "
appeals '
Patient Financial Services Department to
process' '' .
<:iiilaliuii 01 ,me t.n- '
claims to third-party carriers/patients./ Ideal candidates -. 'vironmental Regulation! Commission FOR SALECorn
that Florida s hazardous waste ,
will have at least two years of general work"experience treatment facility be located on SR

with at least 6 months in medical billing, 121 2V4 miles "north of,the town of Beans, e Peas, Cucumbers Squash e Watermelon Okra e Greens ,
Raiford. Bulk: the
"': by ounce or: pound.
and be able to type 35 CWPM.Salaries start at up to Monetary donations to be used for.

$5.70 hour and excellent promotional opportunities this purpose may be made to. Ken
per neth Pamsh, Rt. 2, Box 815, Lake Buy Now ,
are available.; .Shands offers superb benefits irv Butler 32054,or to Linda Klein Rt.2,: n '" Potted Roses, '
Box 2031,Starke Fl 32091.Donationsmay For 'Large
eluding free health !insurance,tuition reimbursement also be left at Douglas Battery' SpringPlanting '

and generous sick/vacation/holiday/ pay. For' immediate 'Co., 407 N. Temple Ave., Starke., Vegetable,, flower & houseplants' 2 for $10.

consideration, submit application to: 6 packsAmerican "

Pamela Winter TRAIN y 'I

I Personnel Department TO BE A Made .


at the University 6f Florida SEC/RECEPTIONIST :FIELD'ENCE.1047 I.' .. .

I BoxJ-347 Gainesville.: FL 32610;, tart locally.EXEC.Ml SECRETARY time/part timelearn ]! $6&';9$,.' : COST '

word and
preceding :
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EOE' I related tecretarlal kills. HomeStudy I
I and Resident Training, Nat'll per,330', roll :
.eodquorteri: t.H..... Fl. 6 61 Cq)3f roSL.lU9,

L a. nNANCIAL AID AVAILABLE I Ie 3 POST $$2,15Saturday

Fill Dirt;Top Soil 1-800-432-3004 J my ,

I IHCHMTTICHOOi *. ,Free six, pack per customer '
Large or Small Loads of Limerock ,---- : '

(Flowers or Vegetables)
Tractor. Work- Backhoe' Bulldozer .

'9646182'9645823" Nialatriioii' ."i'
9646095J '
CatFish :Food J. :

$2,_ 8 1. pint.

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Train to ne a
; G3re.r and weld Ittllor '

From 'TOUR GUIDE 795SOlbsy $::11.199 .al.

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f 1,1 : ,..soluble Pi.... Pcxxl _

) Stevt kxlty rull-llmelpart.dnM.trairj $,5' 99',2' /

,- on pea dram computers: Home _. s0/21b.BabyiCh'icks.o'Rhode .
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study and resident training /
< DENMARK La-Z-Boy Financial aid, available\ :Job "
,(' placement assistance National :
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,',,;(, 134 W. Call Slrttt 411 W, Matfiscn Strtsl headquarters. Lighthouse Point Fl' : Island Redsf"j
:(, 64-5121 1(45121MF A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
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I 'Whittle, Pennesi Are 'Big t Winners in Home Division :

, Fashion Stop
Mrt..Mart* Whittle's. dill pickles PEARS '
: Edna
won the sweepstakes ; Mrs. CecElIta"Pennest'1 white canned Sr
ribbon in the Cecelia CLASS XISAUCES
Penned blue i
1988 ducts County division.Fair, to the canned pro. Ryals= blue.' ; Evelyn, of their peaches class where,'ana Judged won the best the,, FRUIT; Cecelia Pennesi, tomato
MISCELLANEOUS: Cecelia Pen- sauce, 'tr
of Ms.snow Whittle's last pickles. One were the best nell. pt. apricots, blue. forty Fair ribbon in in the the canned 1988 8rad-pro,', ; Spaghetti. sauce,
Staghorn fern year her PLUMS; .C, Pennesi, pint .of ducts division.Ms. ,qt, blue. H
won the
sweepstakes plums, blue. PIE!: FILLING Cecelia
prize to the horticulture Pennesi won the sweepstakes : Pennesi.
The fern got too heavy competi-for Ms. CLASS III.PICKLES ribbon last year,too.This year she's blueberry filling, blue.
Whittle to lift so she donated it to the got 21 Jars of canned fruit and some
Vo-Tecn Center. BREAD&BUTTER: Marta Whit bakery entries in the fair competi tsstasn. ,l'
tle, blue; Edna Norton, blue; Patsy tion. ,
Mosley, display only, yellow. Barbara Grabowski'Homecoming
CUCUMBER:,Cecelia Pennesi,pt.
sweet pickles, blue; Bonnie Ben- CLASS IV- RELISHES Queen
ckowsky.,sweet pickles red. Finalist
DILLS Marba Whittle, dills, btVerosette VEGETABLES Bonnie King, ,
yV ; Cecelta Pennesi, pt. dills,. green tomato Piccadilly* blue; Miss Barbara Grabowski
display only; Bonnie Benckowsky, Cecelia Pennesi, zucchini: relish, daughter of Mr and Mrs.. Ed!:
qt. dillt, red.FRUIT red. ,Grabowski of Keystone, has been w
: Cecelia Pennesi, selected finalist for Florida's eighth
watermelon pickles, white. ,Annual Homecoming Queen selec
VEGETABLES: Marba Whittle, tion to be held April 16-17 at the Airport ,
broccoli, red.PEPPERS. BERRIES: Cecelia Pennesi, Pt. Hilton in Tampa.
: Cecelia Pennesi. pt. Blueberry, blue.PEACHES Barbara is the Keystone High '
white. : Edna Norton, pt. School Homecoming Queen.:
MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Nor peach preserves blue. Florida's homecoming queen will,
ton, diabetic sweets, blue. PEARS: Edna Norton, diabetic: receive a cash scholarship plus an -
pear, preserve, blue.STRAWBERRIES. expense paid trip to compete with
.I !: :' Cecelia Pen- queens from the other states for
nest, pt. strawberries, blue. America's Homecoming Queen July
MISCELLANEOUS Edna Nor 20-28( in Honolulu,Hawaii America's
ton, apple preserves, blue.., Homecoming Queen will receive a
cash scholarship plus, an expense,
/ 4 paid educational trip to Europe.
,CLASS VhJAMS&MARMALADES America's Homecoming Queen
Inc,Is a non-profltorgarnzatton promoting
BERRIES: Edna ';Norton. education and educational
Blueberry Jam, pt., blue. travel for high school homecoming
GRAPE; Edna Norton, pt. grape ',queens in all fifty states. '
:, Pam Tison, First th. good n.wtt Th. Envlronmwityl,
freezer strawberry Jam, blue; Edna Protection Ag.ncy reports that tho I....'
'Norton, pt. strawberry jam, blue. 'of Iud In our air dropped 32 .....cent Velesa
-- -- Hampton
VEGETABLES:, Bonnie King during WS, duo to tough n.w federal
tomato Jam, blueMISCELLANEOUS. standards limiting the amount of load Inlaoolln. '
Mrs Marba ;, Edna!: ,Nor-, .. According to International 'Model of the Week
H. Dill Ickl.. or. ...| ton, strawberry & hot pepper blue., 'Wildlife Biagailno,, other major( '
pollutants, such at carbon monoxldo, Velesa is ready for Spring in her three piece cotton knit outfit by
< CLASS'VII-JELLIES dust and toot, alto docllnod. Th. bad Natchez'Trace.' the cardigan and skirt are peach color '
CLASS I J VEGETABLES iZ'3 APPLES: Youth Division: nawt I I. that noarly SO million of u* ttlllllvo 'coordinated accented mint A
1( :i; BEANS: ''Edna Norton, ,green Elizabeth Dukes, Apple Jelly,red. 'In aroat that do not m.ot the public with a top. peach beaded ,
!jJ/"I i : I beans, blue; Ceceha Pennesi, green, MAYHAW & PLUM:: Edna Nor- hoalth standards for oxono-*.our most necklace complete the outfit.. ,"
J..;: ,"iil.v ,,, beans, white ton, pt. mayhaw jelly, blue* p.nlitont' air pollution probl.m.
I.,',! ')J'V' ': ",, CORN: Edna Norton, creamed STRAWBERRIES: Cecelia Pen- 'I'II
'" ,corn, blue: Cecelia Penned, white. nest?. pt. strawberry Jelly, display
OKRA: Beverly Bryan, white., only; Bonnie Benckowsky qt.;, Tennis InstructionStarke
POTATOES:,.Edna Norton, sweet tt + L strawberry Jelly, blueMISCELLANEOUS.. ,
'potatoes, red.SQUASH : Cecelia Pen' or Keystone
: Edna Norton, blue. neal, pt. Elderberry Jelly blue, Private Lessons
rOMAfOES: Edna Norton, blue; ',' ,/, '
Mary Folsom; blue;, Evelyn Ryals,' $10 per hour OR .
blue. ', Learn with a Friend .
SOUP MIX:'Edna Norton, okra & CLASS IX.;* HONE & For $5 each. 452 N. :Temple Ave, Starke (across from high school)
tomatoes, blue; Evelyn Ryals, blue., SYRUP Visa/Mastercard/Layaway "
MISCELLANEOUS Edna Nor, Call Mark at
BERRIES: Cecelia Pennesi, Monday:*Saturday 10-6 964-5772 '
,.. ton, pumpkin, red.., blue;' 'Alva Padgett,,' blueberry syrup, blue. 473-4380 or 964-6305 .
:\ CLASsIl"F UITS strawberry syrup, blue. ;
PLAIN HONEY: Marba Whittle,
,?; BERRIES: Edna Norton, blueberries .- Vt pint honey, blue.MISCELLANEOUS. '
,, blue. Ms. C.clla: rennell ;. Cecelia Pen A '
"' PEACHES: Edna Norton H. Canned '_ch.. are Top. nest, elderberry syrup, red.ilPEOEtESEfMlOMliBtEl ( LEST National ;FONT
peaches rosette. blue; Cecelia Pennesi, blue GardenWee1c,

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'We have arranged a SPECIAL HEARING CONSULTATION for people of this area,who ANNUALSImpatlonts Parsley'sSeville.

benefit the services of You and' friends invited to' _
may from a laboratory expert your are %marigolds .

attend one of.the two sessions as follows: 'r many Violas othersIndividuals Begonias and $ PRE-ROOTEDST.AUGUST1NE PLUGS

In .
4 pots ,
,PLACE:' 132E. Madison St. IN TRAYS OF c Tray of 18
4OR6 PLANTS..s,.,,,' UU Jumbo 3"' .88

.DATES: Monday & Tuesday-April 11' &'12 & AZALEAS 'plants 3 rRAY'' 71
: > '' : TIME to 4:00 00
--,1, : 10:00: am
":,; ,, pm All the popular varieties ,50 Sq Ft, '
sMu.tb.lors .r older \i1 and colors. 1 gal pot SZ.
PHONE: ((904)964-2580) :usesrrf.dhhu:. andandwUanudbrpiwaif 10 OR MORE ONLY*.*. lugger Tool AvailableAsk. .Us ,

,,; Less than 10.. .$2,49 ea, '

For this special event, we will have available to serve you a factory-trained technician \ .. PLANTS :
with years of successful experience in the prosthetic correction of nerve deafness, for Feed AZALEAS Blooming Q 88 :,,

those who hear but do UNDERSTAND. For the sake of better hearing, you should WithC-A-GlOlb.bag' O 10 or more only, 1' 99 '

not miss this,opportunity.,

.J.: ;It's,rnba.rrasinj. when you cannot hea.r.ot:undexstazt4 \ ?\VeU u you would like.// 25.Ib bag $6.49 50 Ib bag $11.49 Boxwood Less than 10.Viburnum j, $2.49 Red ea '

.Do not miss to attend Mark'these days on our .Tip Llgustrum & others
PLAN N !V; pfi TTEN IE TS Wl fA YCU 11TI! Lt ;h:, r.i;'

A FREE electronic hearing test conducted by a Hearing Aid Specialist someone'' MOW-LESS
who will be glad to explain different types' of hearing loss and the kind of help

,that is.now available. '


A demonstration of the new ALL IN THE EAR hearing GUARANTEED TO START* AMERICA'S ,1 RIDER

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the answer to your problem. ; model 20622.4 cycle, 21',

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.' If you' an aid it will be cleaned and adjusted: 8g.$619.95', '.
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: pp i #illit those with t e deafnesssaid those who i ,except w/KEY-LECTRJC Starting' seisoQOTT ,

have,tibeiitotd! :nothing can be:done about their! hearing.;;t .reg. $709.05NOW 8 HP Briggs & stratton tic

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.Benedict DoucetMr Mrs.. lrene'llughesMrs. ficiating.:; Archer 'rimeral'Home' of ''Mrs, Lena Sanderson Mr... Frank Norman, Jr. enure Mrs. Barbara mtiuue nuiiiMui Reddish of uaugiibci Starke;t

,Benedict Isadore Doucet, 85f .. Irene A. Hughes,. 88, of Lake Butler. is In charge. of arrangements Mrs. Lena,P. Sanderson,88, of man Mr.,' Jr.Francis. 77 of Marlon Starke(Frank, died)early Nor and three C.sons Glenn James and C.F.of Ray Jacksonville both of
died Mon-
of died 1 at his City, Indiana,
Starke Friday Apr. Michigan. Lake Butler died Monday morningat Wednesday morning at Bradford Starke;a brother,Russell of Starke;,.
home following an extended Illness. day, Apr.4 in Memorial Hospital in
Mrs. Ammie' her home in Lake Butler followinga a brief illness. a sister, Mrs. Carabelie Green of
Hospital following
Born Apr. 9, 1902 in Montreal, Michigan City, following an extended sudden illness. Born and raised Bradford County Lake City; six grandchildren and
Canada Mr. Doucet moved to Illness. RichardsonMrs. Born in Philadelphia Pa., Mrs.
the of the greatgrandchild.Funeral
Mr. Norman was son one
Starke in'1962 from California. He Born Aug.3,1899 in Michigan City,
Sanderson lived in Lake Butler for Francis Marion Norman, Sr., services will be con-
was a retired doctor's assistant anda Mrs. Hughes resided in Keystone .Ammie Jane Richardson,79,
the past four years. She was a and Sadie Sapp, former pioneer ducted Friday at 11 a.m. at the
member of St. .Edwards Catholic Heights until 1978, when she returned of Starke, died Monday Apr: 4 in Methodist. residents of Bradford County. He Bayless Highway Baptist Church
Church to Michigan City. She was a Bradford Hospital following a brief Survivors include Everett officiatingand
a son, was retired from the Florida State with Rev.Leaton Morgan
Survivors include his brother. homemaker and the widow of the illness. L. Sanderson of Lake Butler and Prison as a correctional officer and Rev. Dean Cassels assisting.
Marcell!Doucet of New York and his late Joseph L. Hughes of Keystone Born Mar. 14, 1909 In Blue Mountain several grandchildren. also retired from farming. He was a Burial will be in Crosby ,Lake
niece,Mrs.Doris Rehberg of Starke. .Heights. Ark.] Mrs. Richardson residedin Funeral services will be held member of the Bayless Highway Cemetery under the direction of Archie
Graveside funeral services were Survivors include two nieces ands Starke for and retUrn-
many years Thursday In PaUlsboro,N.J.Archer Baptist Church of Starke. Tanner Funeral Home of
held Monday,Apr. 4 at 10 a.m.,with nephew. ed to Starke in 1986 from Miami.She'has Funeral Home of Lake Butler Is in Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Starke.
.Father Philip Gagan conducting the Graveside funeral services will be been a resident of Whispering charge of local arrangements.
services. Interment was in Conner held Monday Apr. 11. with Rev. Pines Care Center for 2V4 years.She
Cemetery under the direction of Leamon Wardouiciating.Intermentwas was a homemaker
Jones Funeral-Home of Starke.In in Keystone Heights Cemetery Survivors include a son, Leamon Card of ThanksWe JARVISFENCE
lieu of flowers?.contribUtions, under the direction of Jones/ Funeral 'Richardson of Miami; a daughter ,
may be made to the St. Edwards Home Keystone Hts. Hazel Irene Taddlsh of Miami; three would like to express our & ALUMINUM
sincere gratitude to our many
Catholic Church of Starke. sisters. Effie Crosby and Cleone
Reagan both of Starke and Patsy friends and relatives for the support
William G. Orvis Scales of Sanford;; 12 grandchildren and many acts loved of kindness Also special during Chain,,Link, Wood & Farm Fence -
the loss of our one.
and 23 great-grandcluldren. .
Mrs. Nancy GarmanyMrs. Mr. William G. Orals, 71, of Funeral services will be held, thanks for the beautiful flowers and Keystone Heights'' -100, West
Nancy Agnes Garmany '70, Jacksonville Beach, died Saturday Thursday Apr. 7 at'10 a.m. in Van all the nice food which was so greatly -
of Rome, Ga.,died Saturday, Apr. 2 afternoon in the VA Hospital Lake Orsdel Bird Road Chapel in Miami appreciated.Your .
in Alachua General Hospital while City after an extended illness with Tom Nessbaum and Randy Sat- kindness and support will Screen Rooms
visiting relatives in Starke. Born in Witchita,Kansas,Mr.Or terfield officiating. Interment will always be remembered., May God
Born Oct. 20,1917 in DeKalb County via was a World War 11 vetery of the be in Miami Memorial Park under'the bless you all. Car Ports
Ala., Mrs. Garmany was a U.S. Navy, retired in 1981 with the direction of Jones funeral Homeof The Family of Evelyn Green '
longtime resident of Rome, Ga. She Lll'Champ Food Store and has lived Starke. Melvmer Green ,. Mobile Home
was a Baptist,a homemaker and a in Jacksonville since 1955. ---------- ----------
of Survivors include his wife, Linda,
member of Rebecca,Lodge Rome
L. Orvis of Jacksonville Beach; REDUCE ENERGY BILLSTired Skirting
Ga.Survivors include three sons, J.T.and' three sons, William A. of Dallas
Roof OversAwnings
Douglas Garmany>of Dalton Texas, Charles of Jacksonville and
Ga.,"and Weyman Garmany of Horton Terry of Virginia Beach;a stepson, of exhorbitant heating and cooling
Ala.; two sisters, Mary Lee Craig Diamond of Jacksonville energy '''bills? Give me .a call for a -,
Williams of Starke and Johme 'Beach; three step-daughters,Debra
Harper of Rome, Ga.; eight grand- Oakes of Jacksonville, Gail Knight personal or group demonstration, on how SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED
children' and four great.'' 'of Alabama and Pat Lee of Ponte
grandchildren. Vedra;; a sister,Emma Dean Squireof to drastically reduce your Heating and

Graveside funeral services were Old Greenwich, Conn.;.,and ten Cooling energy bills. NO OBLIGATION.,
held Wednesday,Apri. 6 at Morning grandchildren.Funeral .
View Cemetery in Rome, Ga. Localarrangements. services were held Tuesday Call: Mr.. Cardenas, Days:' 473-7256 473-7676
were handled byJones Apr. 5 in the Chapel of Archer'
Funeral Home of Starke. Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Nights; 473-3020
Jeff Lane officiating. Bunal will -- .
follow at a later date. Archer' J
Griffis Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in I

Mr.Marcus Marcus Willard. w. Gnffis,67, of charge of arrangements. O'RIANW'ELLS! i CHEVY: / OLDS'; :

Keystone Heights,died Sunday,Apr. / : /: ,
3 at his daughter's residence in James L.Parrish: }

Jacksonville following an extended Mr.James Leonard Parrish,71,of

,Griffis Illness.Born,''Jan.moved'is;:31,to-1921 Keystone'Heights in Starke, Mr., received Ocala;, died in an Sunday: automobile from accident.injuries J '' 'NpRXH' FLORIDA1 ''BESTTRUCK "<, '

Born in Union County Mr.Parrish :
from Jacksonville.. He
15 years ago ,lived in Ocala for the past :3 years SELECTION
building con- : ,
was a self-employed after spending most of his life in ,
tractor with Griffis Construction '
Union County He ,was .a',truck '
,a Baptist. 1 driver >. IS IN STARKE Outstanding '
daughtersShirley .
Survivors include two and Survivors include his wife. Willie .. \
Gillett of Hawthorne '
Carol Kovacs of Jacksonville; two Mae Howell Parrish of Ocala; four & 2x2's. "
brothers Marlin Ray Griffis'''' of,, daughters, Eunice Downing and variety of 4x4fs >:::i{: .
Glenda Pelham both of Lacoochee: .
Griffis of ? ,
Keystone Melbourne ton of Jacksonville;,.two and sisters OA.and;Evelyn Dorothy Bar.. Chandler Ruth Lloyd of of Archer Paisley;.? sons, and, Jamesof Louise :" _.. ;Work<' or Play!, BIG or small! ',,;

Scanlan of San Diego, Calif.; four Lake Butler,Jimmy,John,Leroy, w
Herman and William all of Ocala 'r .
grandchildren and two great-. : ---
and Charles of Lacoochee: ;26 grand- < \ ,

grandchildren.Graveside,,funeral services were children and four' great-i. '
held Wednesday! Apr. 6 at.Crosby grandchildren.Graveside .
funeral will be
Lake Cemetery in Starke with Rev.
LeRoy Olive officIating Arrangements held Thursday, Apr. 7 at 11 a.m.) at p
were handled by JonesFuneral Elzey Chapel Cemetery in ,Union' ,. ,
County with Rev. Melvin.Owen. of- '.' .. '
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