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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Another front moved through our area late yesterday, Wednes- Ug.l... .. ..., .. ..J..7IIIIIA
day,April 18,bringing only lear cloudiness and threats of rain,but Church N.o ...........(A
no significant rainfall skies and plenty of sunshine are CloMlf todi ...... ... ...... '.'.IOA
forecast for the weekend as high pressure builds over the state.

Slightly cooler temperatures with some cloudiness and breezy SICTION lilt Po...

conditions today, Thursday, April 19, will give way to warmer FolrRMuta. ... .... ... .. ..t,5,',7.IS
weather Friday with clearing skies to continue through the Fatal AcchW... ....,... ... ..,.2S
weekend.: Police.......... ...... .. ...]s
Temperatures will.be slightly above normal for the period, with IPCC N.w.... ... ...... ... ... .. .
highs in low 80s and lows In the low 60s. School *.__.,.?_....._?......,: It II It-H-UH-H-H! ; : .. _&_-. cwbferHes This
Sunrise at 6:59: a.m. and will set at 7:59: the day Is exactly 13 Shrliw Parti.. .. .... .. !. H-H-II-/< iN! M ; a : Side of Heaven

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Gubernatorial Candi I II ) 1/\1// / '
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ling A 'busy day is planned for on Klngsley Lake. Nelson, a Nelson will visit the uiuuu w...... reporters and camei-trn,
Democratic gubernatorial can member of the U.S. House of courthouse. then set at the Schlof man home east
didate Bill Nelson tomorrow (Friday Representatives from Melbourne, Nelson will visit Union Correctional of Starke until 6 p.m. when Nelson
he will be shuttled by his local cam- Institution about 3:30: p.m. and his wife will meet with county
Bradford Union
Friday Friends... to visit and Coun paign manager Dr. Len Schlofman before going on for brief stops at school personnel and other officials. Jw
to Lake Butler for a 1:15: p.m.tour of> Florida State Prison, New River A reception honoring the Nelsonsis
Friday Friends will meet FrIday' ties.Nelson Is scheduled to arrive at the prison Reception and Medical West. About 4:30: p.m. Nelson will scheduled from 7-8:30: p.m., after
April 20, for a picnic at StriekJaDil's the Bradford County courthouse at Center and the new RMC annex visit Lawtey Correctional Institution which they will leave from the
Landing on Klngsley Lake. If 11 a.m. tomorrow. He will touch which represents the latest in Airport for Orlando where
.transportation is desired,Methodist base with Clay County voters at noon Florida prison design. Neon is scheduled to debate state Bill Nelson, D
meet at the First United at the home of Mr.and Mrs. C.G.Htlliriiuuw From 2-2:30: p.m. candidate A short news conference for press issues Saturday. Gubernatorial; Candid*!.

Church at 11:SO a.m. Bring a friend .. .. ........ .. .. .. .. .. .. .
and a covered dish and enjoy the ."... ,.. ", ..". 'V'. "'"" "' ..." ... ," ,- .... .-...... ."p, . .. ".. '. .. .'. ., ""
occasion. Attorney Brown says

Brook.r City Hall... I
Light Industry is
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The Brooker City Hall will be 5 e
closed Friday morning, April :90, incorrect

until noon. classification for
Clerk: Charlene Thomas will be In '
the office Friday afternoon, 12-3 FW'I incinerator which
p.m.
burns contaminated

Tournament... medical waste ,

The booker Athletic Associationwill .
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host a softball tournament. Friday I ,: : ,, "
and Saturday, April :20 and 21. Ii

For additional information, call 1 1y G.N .
Gene Melvin, Ph. 4851343. +M1!f1 4 4kttK Yd'' t t3 + ./ h
}, ZoningDecision
Tal.nt Showcase... t'f.f. (

nl 1990 Youth Talent Showcase
featuring the BUS band and chorus
will be held at the First United .
Methodist Church, Sunday, April .. 41

22, at 7 p.m.Admission.
Is free, but donations af AppealedThe
'will be accepted for Families
Against Drugs and Methodist Youth ust
work.
Strawberries and shortcake will : Starke Board of Adjustment Is
be served following the program. .7r scheduled to hear an appeal at 7:30
r4 p.m. next Thursday, April 26, in city
U-CAP Meeting... hall of an administrative decision to
permit an Incinerator in EnterprisePark
United Citizens Against Pollutio I ti t on SR-100S.
will hold its regular meeting Mon- Director Darrell O'Neal
day, April 23, at 7:30 p.m., In the advise Thermo Environmental
Union County Courthouse. Systems, Inc. (TESI) of Orange

Looks Like Old Times... Park that current zoning Light in-
Co-.d VolI.yball...
dustrial, Is satisfactory for a
A new volleyball session for Buddy Norman's Strawberry field on US-301, between Starke and usual and although the volume has been average, good prices have held crematorium, and rezoning isn't
Lawtey, looked like old times with a large crew of workers picking with flats continuing to sell for 8-tlO., Norman said.
adults will beglng Monday, April necessary.
The length of the season depends on the weather, but Norman thinks
The strawberries. Favorable weather has contributed In making this 10-acre City Attorney Terence Brown
23 In the Middle school Gym.
course, will run ten weeks, ending field one of the finest, luxuriant plants, loaded with fruit. berries will possibly hold up another month, if It doesn't get too hot. Nor thinks the decision is incorrect andis
be Norman says growing quality strawberries, as represented by this man markets berries through his vegetable stand on the highway.In appealing to the board of adjustment -
July 2.-There will a $10 charge
field requires lots of work, lots of water and a regular spray program. a lew weeks Norman expects to have vine ripened tomatoes for sale ,to have the decision set aside.
for participantsth!}>M1Qes J be! nP.JJ. .. In his roadside the stakes have Installed and
'+ .It has been a good season beginning earlier than mual,, holding steady longer than usual," Norman said. r the plants tied once. As the plant grows taper It requires additional ties. Director O'Neal acted on Information -
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Fr.'Sawdust... Norman. began picking Feb. 8 this year, almost, a month earler than Norman says the tomatoes are "looking good. presented by Ray Navitslry, executive -
director of the Economic
Free sawdust with some S HHHH nnHB B BS a BB HDnBflanB BS BBB DBBBEB M || || a flH| UkiUBHBHHHIgHHBBDH Development Authority, who first
manure, is available from the said the :Incinerator would burn
fairgrounds livestock barn. bodies and clean waste paper. No
Loaded free on your truck or From Deputy Carter Back to Lawtey Job mention of contamlned medical

trailer, beginning Monday April 23- waste was made at that point to the

officers the council meeting. Attorney Hobbs did not at- carter said, "I hope that I've city fathers.
BHS Alumni... by Buster Rahn hiring police However, Florida Times-Union
ICT Staff WrH.r failed In its attempt to agree on a tend the hire meeting in which come home to stay. Reporter Bruce Ritchie noted that a
BH Alumni will
$ hold its
monthly
Carter
and was
Former Lawtey policeman plan.The
meeting, Monday, April 23, In the Charter Discussion... Department .of Environmental
current deputy sheriff Charles feud between Chief Jordan Regulation (DER) legal advertise-
Western Steer Family Steakhouse. Carter was recommended to fill a and the council dates back several Carter Returns... Lawtey council members are talkIng ment In the Telegraph called for the
Dutch treat at 6 p.m., followed by months at almost Carter who will the informally about adding retire-
vacant police position In Lawtey by erupting every Officer go on burning of contaminated medical
the business meeting at 7 p.m. Chief M.M. Jordan in a special council meeting, with Chief Jordan Lawtey payroll Monday, April 23, is ment and health Insurance benefits waste. This was a notification of
All Alumni and friends are In and he needs the authority to hire to local residents. for municipal. employees, but
vited. meeting Monday, April 16, was saying no stranger DEWs Intent to issue a permit for
approved unanimously by the three and fire officers. This Is the fourth time Carter, a serious discussions on the issue have the incinerator.
$5 annual dues are now due. council members In attendance.The The council, with the exception of Lawtey native, has been employedas not begun. Both EDC Director Navitsky and
Please mail your check: to Starke 3-0 vote came from Mayor Councilman Delbert Jordan (Chief a Lawtey police officer, leaving .The Lawtey council, prodded by a chairman of the
post office box 1091 Dale Brown, Robert Scott and Councilmen Mar- Jordan's brother), maintains it is each time for what appeared to be a grand jury recommendation, is Development Authority, have said
Pres. vin Rosier and Delbert Jordan. the responsibility of the council, better career opportunity.In beginning to think in terms of they were misled or Information was
Southslde Elementary... Council members Laura Harris and vested in the charter, to "oversee'* December, 1988, Carter left the reworking the city charter, but early not fully revealed about what TESI
Emmett Bright were not present. the Police Department, although Lawtey Police Department to work discussions Indicate little agreement plans to burn In the Incinerator.
The Bradford County School Chief Jordan is an elected official. as a deputy for the Bradford County among the five members on changesthat Navitsky and Roberts negotiated the
Board will visit Southslde Elemen- The meeting moved smoothly Both sides agree that Chief Jordan Sheriff s Office. should be Incorporated into the deal for the sale of the In the Industrial
tary, Monday April 23, a 7 p.m. from Jordan's recommendation to has always recommended can document. Park to TESI. The in-
The meeting will be held In the ne> final approval, unlike the past didates for police positions and the dustrial park in SE Starke is owned
Kindergarten building.: several meetings in which Chief Jordan council has agreed to hire those Sheriff Ken Etheridge Carteris Several months ago,about half the by the Development Authority.The .
and the council have been at recommended, out in the workshop, leaving on "good terms' with his city's amendments disappearedfrom Bradford County Development
FAD Meeting... odds on procedures for hiring police. the council appeared reluctant to put office, but wonders why a deputy the amendment book leaving Authority, owners of Enter-
Families Against Drugs will bold pfficers.In. the (procedure in writing. would leave a job with a starting the town without legal authority in prise Park, sold lot No. 22 to TESI,
its regular meeting Tuesday, April The workshop adjourned with City salary of$16,400 and benefits to work several areas, since the documentswere for $12,500, and gave an option to
24, at 7:30 p.m., In the Vo-Tech a workshop Thursday, April 12 ,Attorney Johnny Hobbs offering to for $8.29 per hour, with no retire- not recorded elsewhere.The purchase adjacent lot No. 21 for
Center. called for the purposed of write a policy procedure based on ment or health Insurance. The hourly council has taken no formal $15,000. Sale of the lots is contingenton
This is the final meeting prior to establishing a policy procedure for Input by the council during the rate equates to $17,243 per year. action on the missing amendments. TESI obtaining all necessary per

the "Just Say No Week"activities mits.
In May. Everyone Invited. EDC Director Navitsky, met with
New Water Tank to Improve Pressure at Hampton the Starke council requesting the ci-


SSE PTA... ty to apply for a $13,000 grant for extending
pavement to the two lots.
Southside Elementary! PTA Issponsosring By Marcia Goodg designed because the city pumping Bethune told the'council that they would still be Included in the projectin The city agreed to make the application
the Sunshine Book Fall r SCT Cormpondanl system doesn't provide sufficient had two choices in view of this this case. since it was told the facility
this year. volume or pressure for the fire development. 2) Delete the fire hydrants from would be a crematorium. When ft
The fair will begin Wednesday, A new water tower will be instau- hydrants which were designed in the the project and continue with it as It was learned that DER would permit
April lwill and continue through Mai y ed In Hampton as a part of the project, 1) An elevated storage tank can be is. iOn a pathaloglcal incinerator, Bill
1. It be open during school $380,000 Community DevelopmentBlock Installed which would hold approximately Weldon city operations manager
hours only, Grant (CDBG), partly due to "When Clark, Roumelis designedthe fire 50,000 gallons (30,000 Is the first examinination,the council was )told to' lit on the grant applica-
of Environmental system, we knew the the fire hydrants "
Department minimum required by DER for the thought deleting tion.
Kid's Register ... Regulation (DER) rules,and requiring hydrants wouldn't work as well as project) at an approximate cost of would be the best solution. "Can't we The city council appears to be split
the deletion of some of the alter they could, but we thought"that it do all U like we planned and put in 3-2 on allowing the incinerator to
Kindergarten registration for nate projects. was better than nothing, said 100000. This additional cost would the elevated tank later?" asked operate in Starke. Councilman Bob-
Bradford County youngsters will tx I Gary Bethune, of Clark, Roumelis Bethune. require the deletion of all the alter Council Chairman Pete Thomas. by Biggs and Mayor Silcox do not ap-
May 7-11.Students are eligible for and Assoc., told the council that Unfortunately,DER requires that nate projects (road resurfacing and Bethune explained that because of pear to oppose its construction to the
kindergarten if they are 5 years ok I When the plans for the project were the hydrants operate at 80 percent of extending water west on Nevarre the way the grant guidelines are extent that councilmen Travis
on or before Sept 1. 1990. submitted to DER for permitting, capacity, and those designed in the Street) except abandoning the two written, the city is now in a unique Woods, Ed Wall and to a lesser ex-
further Call Robin information.Lee, Ply 984-6800. for DER would not allow the project as plans would have operated at less. monitor wells. Hampton Villas situation. tent, Vernon Barber, oppose Its be-
ing sited in the city limits.

Umpires ....&ted... Reno, Area Needs Better Police Protection' Resident Tells Council forum The,appeal with all will residents be held having In a public the

The Starke Recreation Department need be No one had an'answer to the pro- right to observe the proceedings.
for softball. Roland Coleman addressed the indicated the area needs improved be razed, and ditches to City commissioners are preparing
needs umpires
Interested persons should meet at Starke Council Tuesday night, April police protection, saying the police cleaned. blem.Councilman Travis Woods said he to fight the pathological waste incinerator
called about attempted Councilman Vernon Barber -
,
an supported
assistance In were
17, requesting both their home front
Thursday April to fill vacancies on the on
Pratt St. Center. is attempting
three situations in the break-In of DeSue's Store, Tuesday the comments by Coleman
alleviating and
28 at 7p.m.Upcoming.. the that I do.1 Code Enforcement Board, the group with Starke zoning regulations
Reno area of town. morning. Response time by saying,"I've done all can old before DER. Some think the city'sbest
police was 40 minutes, Coleman Mayor Silcox and others, agreed charged with having buildings
... said. with Coleman about the playing of demolished, but is having difficultyin chance of stopping a
Coleman, a Reno resident, said waste Incinerator in the
scheduled in the not finding persons to serve on the pathological
Public meetings boom boxes late into the night
"boom boxes" are being played as Is the
industrial park city's own coning
board. Two seats on the 5 member
coming weeks are: latoasa-3a.rn.lnNE Starke disturbing Coleman said there are 3 or 4 only In Reno,.but throughout the city. regulations. '
I Bradford County School Board the sleep of working people. He houses on North Street that need to board are vacant.
I meeting scheduled Monday, April I

I, 23,Bradford at School.7'p.m.,County in. Southslde School Elementary Boar- .Starke Shrine Day Set Saturday; Parade on Tap at 10:30 a.m.


I will meet Tuesday, April 24, at 7School dune' Obviously, the parades are a lot of tained.
fried dinnersprepared characters join the go-karts,
The Shrine parade forms at 10 tional chicken
in the Bradford Middle dinner will be held
p.m., and other fun for the Shrlners but their true The chicken
Shrine Club. buggies, motorcycles,
this the Starke
a.m.and rolls at 10:30: Saturday, by
Bradford County Zoning Board April 21.Saturday. Literally hundreds of Shrlners wild and crazy vehicles for a truly reason for being is to draw attentionto again at the Starke with MarySchool
Cafeteria take-outs
meeting, set for Tuesday April 24. has been proclaimed take part in the annual parade exciting parade. the 21 hospitals for crippled and
Club.
the Woman Serving
at 7 p.m., in City Hall. Starke Shrine Day by Mayor Vernon thrilling crowds of young and oldalong This parade Is the fifth of the year burned children operated by the available at
be from 11:30
Starke Zoning Board meeting set Silcox. Festivities planned for the the parade route with their for the ever-active parade units, In- Shrlners across the county. It should hours will : a.m.un-
for Thursday, April 20, at 7 p.m., U:I day Include the annual Shrine costumes their antics and theirmotortwi cluding Starke Shrine Club's own be noted that the various parade til 2 p.m.Tickets be are available la at ad-tile
City Hall. Parade featuring more than 80 vehicles of all descrip fleet of half-scale antique cars in vehicles, equipment and costumes door or may purchased
separate parade units,and the tradi Uons. Bands, clowns and cartoon their Surrey unit. are all! privately owned and main- vance from any shrlner.





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Page l1A TELEGRAPH April 19, 1990



Tornado Track Teams Both Place Third in 4-Wav Meet at Bradford Track


Bradford High runners were third Kyler Cohen of Union High won intermediate hurdles In 44.20 for 12 4M V.i4 OMkl I)Umiii.. OHI, M.Mi 5)) Cm .. IK Y4...&.Hunllm' I)'....S.ndw,m. II.Ml Too many runners out' sick and
In both the boys and girls competition the triple jump in 39'9", won the points. Sanders anchored the second I,.......".711)" ) Iiwi4, OKI,M.I7| 4))MI....,OHt, 1)) DMftkl,, I.to, lost I),..." Din.um I...M.IM hurt was the Bradford story In the
in a 4-way track meet on the 100-meter dash in 10.53 won the 220 place Bradford mile for MMw O..hi 'I) II..., eo....., UN!. ".A, I) meet Coach George
Tornado relay 1% IM M.....Hu"MI 1))UCMn..OKI M III.t)HI Alkrltten,I... 11.01,5))Trammll.JMM.OHO, II.Ml 4-way says
oval Tuesday afternoon, yard dash in 22.15 and second in points.Individual. H..011I. ......
was
4)) Medal, I..... H.MI I) Aot'" WNI,,... UHt Loper.
April 17.First the long jump at 20'2". Cohen also events and places: 777,....*..,1))Wllm' ,I.7*,tl4t,Ml 1))......OHI. 11.11.

place In the girls competitionwas anchored the second place UHS 440 III 1(4771!41. 5)) Cmn. ..... Iil7.14l, 4)) r.Ml, OHt, Mil..., 1)).....1.to,.,.7.III 5))WMkMratoM.I Upcoming...

Gainesville High School with relay team. He earned 23% points. Girls Results... IM,../DMkl 1))Roklnoll. ..... 17.711))........ .to, lilt.It! 3))Andy M The 4-way meet Tuesday concludes -
B4'/i points, second was Santa Fe Derrick Lena won the shot put I.f., 17.117, 7)) _...., I,P.. II.*7| 4)) Matumn. M....., Um IHI, .III I) Umm*,. I.... Ml.... schedule.The .
High with 67V4 points Bradford was MM "vn i) mmii_ WHIMM, IH, tvi; i) TIMOKMM. B.lm... UM M.11, I)T..(l.C"""...., UHt M.14. 44*Y*.IM.yilf) nMto44llUm4) ..tIllIHI) the regular season :
lim. *'|-..4 WHItoM,....*., .r.", 4)) TtolMltdwN. I Mil,.(..., I)!..., OHt I.||..41.Ml SI.I5( __".I.1 _.Gyd._,'_ District 5-SA Championshipsare
third with 31 points and Union High I.r.,.M 5..d.,...F..,I*f. ......' 1))OHI 4lN, .Ml I) I." 4l44, .... .dl. "' -1.) set next Thursday, April 2C, at
was fourth place with 21 points. Monique Williams won DIMMM I) _l wmiWM, I.to, .r.*", tmcti.il, (..., _. Bradford High.
Santa Fe won the boys meet with 0)) sari 4) Boys Results... UHt 17 Ml 5)) _, am. It Ml 4)) HdiM.
four events and was partof M.ucni OH*. 71'Ir i)JdMn.w;_."fl'. S.Ci 55.5410 dividual and first four relay teams
94 points. Union High was second MH tummi I)M.,.%.OHt.4V.U 51.1 PuI 1)) _)k Lon.. III'. tri*| t) MI".', Y4 lntannWI' Mall._. I) Ty... taiMft. will advance to the Region 2-3A
with 89 points, Bradford was third the 440-yard relay to .1 torn,. I) __ WI''_. '4'I1V4t.. ) am. tri"i i) 51.1.. amum. 1e'7. .1) I.fu. _.. INS, 44.Ml,1)) D.w.kl', I.... 4*.*l. S at the Percy
with 66 points, and Gainesville High ...........I..... Itt'A'i" *)D.UCw*.OH, I4TW'' ,4)M.O..ss ) *r'",5)) an o.tu IHS. ir.". .10 't!. R.., I) '..... I.,.. 1,17.11 II) championships May
fourth lead BHS In the girls IMmM. UM I44%"| ') 'MIle Ownn.UM Dtewi 'I) D.nkk tone, HI, ll7'I"I) Clyd.MU. 1_........, I.to. Iil7.Mi 7)) II..y DM .. im Beard track at UF.
was with 26 points. l4tV. .. INS, iMt"i) CIt..AI.i ...*.., um ior.-, lill.40, 4) _...., I... till.7I| I) IMn..l Miry, A maximum of four entries are
Monlque Willlnms won four events meet. Williams picked up Trifle tempi 1)) MM- WIKtaiM, *... ."'11"1 I) 4) .u u. MbrMt, um boar I) MMM, am UHt Ii4l.II.l allowed In the district meet. Only the
D.ucm. am. ii ri s) awxn. um "''.'/...", 4)) 10".". Y4 _h, I) KyUr" Crf.. um. M.., II)
and was part of the 440 yard relay to 25 points. Hvftmm.N.5..... UH*.Mitt. Hit' "'..,, I) Selo. ,.... t..., ....", II) 00.......... M.... I... M.40t I) IU.4, am II,Mi 4)) J.,fy big powers with a lot of numbers will
lead BHS in the girls meet. Williams Ill Mfh HI d1.n I) O.UOn.. OH. I*.I7| I) Ufo I... I'.ICi 1)) HwrtatlMl, OKI ..",4) ......., 0).. RM.M, UHt n Mi I)Artrt4 WMklni. Um UM. be able to go four deep.
II... am. it.MI I)H.I..w.um. It.*t. UK'. II'. Favorites in will be the
going
won the shot put in SOT', the discus: l55 M.tw 1.5.> 1)) ..,., I.to. I*.Ml I) Mnrll. ...* Jwnpi 1)) a... D.lu., INS, Ion) 1)) Kv1'.fCkM. Two Mil. (him. |) wbr.. M by throwing 103'6", won the long with a 39'8" throw and the discus at am. i*.7ii .1) T_I. cti...r.. um n.tii 4) MM4l UH, MTI'i 0))O.U.I,..|.to. Wl"t 4)...,.. Andy M. ,ld., IHI. Kill.I7| 1)) MrtcllliMf, OHt. Buchholz boys
.teii, ......... D.VI., MI, irn'i 5)) Miry...... um, iri ". Vangaurd girls.
am. 14.41.MII
Jump in 14'lltt" and triple jump in H7'5" for 12 points. 1..1.) 1t,1I.1., 4)) Chrl. V...,...l, SN!. llit.III I) Um-
31'11". She the inn i) ...... am *j4 it. ,.),Ie Jvmi. 1)) Kylw" ColwM. UMS. Iff 1)) Dot.rimi. ,n...... ....7.. Coach Loper says he will be work-
ran second leg of the Tyrone Sanders was also a double 44*V.>4....,. I)I....M....1)))r4tor4 14.11(I... I,to..19',". I)toon OWMVI. &H,. "'4". MI" .. kids ready for the
440 relay team that was second 54.15. winner, winning the 120 yard high M c.WlI"_. ild.N H.14.,. ....Iff ...v..... 1))".....I..., WO'i 1))HiMilwid,.,... (S..H Ilsyt.....,.)...".....Mln.ay''II' *****>'...11 Ing to get as many .
Williams picked up 25% points. hurdles in 15.65 and won the 330 yard M..)" t)am M.... art 3)11.50.) ....... "r. 5.11._,..'- district meet as possible.




. Boys End Tennis Season 11-2 and Claim Second Place in District RankingsThe

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Bradford High boys tennis seed Michael McKinney of BHS beat Keystone High. BUS won only two of The rescue came when the BUS Schmidt of KHS but lost 9-7, said BHS senior Mark Shuford Is ranked :-
team finished its regular season Francis Gibbs 8-2. No.5 seed Shan- five singles matches against the in- doubles team of Mark Shuford and Coach McGriff. No.3 in the No.1 singles play and
with an 11-2 record and is playing non Hicks of BHS won 8-0 over Dylan dians and had to rely on both doubles Michael McKinney of BHS won 8-4 was to play J.Guy of Live Oak

this week in the District Tournamentat Conner of FBHS.In matches for the win. over Derek Courtney and Matt District... Wednesday.
Palatka. doubles the BUS team of Mark In singles play No.1 seed Mark
Teague of KHS and the BHS doubles BHS is in the Freshman Jason Welty Is ranked
playing Dist 2-3A
BHS beat Nassau High of Fernan- Shuford and Michael McKinney won Shuford of BUS won 8-5 over Derek
team of Chad Welch and Jason Wel- Tournament at the St.Johns River No( .2 In the No.2 singles play.
dlna Beach 5-2 April 6 in the final 8-5 over Wood/Owens of Fernan- Courtney, KHS. No.3 seed Chad ty won 8-2 over the KHS team of Lee
Palatka
regular season match. Nol seed dina. The BHS team of Jason Welty Welch of BUS won 8-5 over Stephen Glenn and Stephen Daniels. Community College at at Chad Welch is ranked No.4 in the ,

Mark Shuford of BUS won 8-3 over and Chad Welch lost 8-5 to Daniels, KHS. The BUS girls are 3-10 on the presstlme.BUS is ranked No.3 singles play.In .
Jeremy Wood. No.2 seed Jason Wel- Brewer/Gibbs of Fernandina."It No.2 seed Jason Welty of BHS lost season and 2-5 in District play. They second behind No.4-singles play sophomore
ty of BUS won 9-7 over Scott Owens.No.3 was a great way to end the 8-1 to Lee Glenn of VMS. No.4 seed were shutout by both Keystone and strong St.Augustine If in the district Michael McKinney of BUS is ranked

seed Chad Welch of BHS lost 8-5 regular season," said Coach Jerry Michael McKinney of BUS lost 8:S'1 Fernandina. Mayra Cruz played Wednesday competition.which BHS the scored: boys 14 team points is !second. '

to Gary Brewer of Fernandina McGriff.In Ron Philbrook of KHS.. No.5 seed well but lost 9-7 in Fernandina.
of that would be
dropping Welch back to No.4 seed the next to last match of the Shannon Hicks BUS,lost B-6 to Matt Griff played one of her best matches remain capable in ,second enough to Shannon Hicks of BUS is ranked
said
for the District Tournament. No.4 season April 5, BUS edged 4-3 by Teague, KHS. of the seasoh against Dawn McGriff. place, Coach second in the No.S'singles play.

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all five singles matches In point total ties Bradford with Michael Tucker of Paxon 8-1. 6-0 in Shannon Hicks of BUS beat Bobby
the quarterfinals of the District Ten- St.Augustine High going into the No.2 singles play. Brown of Paxon 64,6-2 in No.5
nis Tournament at St.John River semi-finals play Thursday. The singles pJay.Doubles .
Community College in Palatka Tor- finals are set Friday, April 20. Chad Welch, BUS beat Ben
nado golfers did all Coach Jerry Wilkinson of Palatka 6-4,6-2 in No.3 play in the quarterfinalswas

McGriff hoped for Wednesday, April Senior Mark Shuford, BUS, beast singles play.Michael Just getting under way when
18.Each Joey Guy of Suwannee 6-3 6-4 in McKinney, BUS beat Coach McGriff called from Palatka
quarterfinal wins gives No.1 singles play. Steven Bailiff of Paxon 84,64 in about 3:30: p.m. Wednesday, April BirthdayJay
Bradford High two points. The 10 Freshman Jason Welty, BUS, beat No.4 singles play. 18. FA2tTW1
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batted almost around Long was 2-for-4 to lead the 9 hit attack Homey limited GUS to six hits a tuMc.rt < 00 Phllll..,.. III uY
twice for eight runs in the first inn- of BHS. first inning triple followed by an RBI c.HMNteM_..pk pk 10 100 .YM4.....,...51..Ik Ill II* Edwards

ing and won 10-1 over Gainesville Bo Hersey, 5-1, got the win, and single for the only ES run. PmMI.DM III Ch...ph III t, I
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win for Coach Mike Guiterrez. by freshman Bebe Prevatt an RBI ......W 4 I .eo.., 101 BUS hosts Buchholz for a 4 p.m. & Shirley
triple by freshman Chris Snow. Dy.1'.Ik I I 1 M.y..f 101 .
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I SE, Pi jetting 746 Students, is Site of Next Major School Board Buildi'P oiect I


Starke Elementary,projecting 746 'jetted at $OO .OOO. Supt. Duncan ex- unit will take one portable and the two-way Intercom- system costing way conservation. But a teacher student 0""to tfie" office, McKinneysays.
students for the 90-91 term will be pects the system to receive some emotionally handicapped program some$3,000.At the I
present principalcan
cannot Initiate a call to the office. In There Is no other school in the
the site of the next major building
$350.000 in 00-91 education building being moved from Southslde will call a teacher and carry on a two
emergencies a teacher must send district without a two-way intercom.
program for the school a
system. funds. Supt. Duncan proposes that take up the other McKInney pointedout. .
Plans are to build between two of the school board levy the remainder .
the existing wings. No plans are some $250,000. about one mill of pro-- The school board visited Tuesday LCS Needs 2 Classrooms RenovatedRenovating : I
drawn yet and whether the new con- perty tax,so the project can be done night April 17, at SE and was given -- -
struction will be new classrooms or during the 90-91 school year. a three page list of Items proposedby two classrooms In a spaces, is planned to begin when Supt. Duncan suggested moving
a new media center Is undetermined. SB the largest elementary schoolIn the Teacher Advisory Council wooden building and renovating the school is out. The plans for the park- the teacher lounge to the wooden ,
Options are to build a new media the district, has a severe shortage and the Parents Advisory CommIt- cafeteria rank as the most pressing Ing lot, in this year's budget were frame building gotten from the
center and refurbish the present of space, says Principal: Dewey needs at Lawtey Community School explained by architect Splros prison and utilizing the current '
media center for new classroom McKlnney.Two portable classrooms tee.Supt.. Jim Duncan explained the the school board was told Monday Drlvaa. teacher lounge for a clinic for sick
space or to build new classrooms are being moved from SouthsldeEle. expected money shortage. Principal night.April 16. students.
and refurbish the media center and where six new kindergarten McKinney however says the items Supt. Jim Duncan explained the LCS instructor Carolyn Folsom Paterson also asked for a new
have It remain where it Is. classrooms have been completed. are all needed. board Is looking at a fund shortage appealed for more computers. Supt. refrigerator and oven for the LCS
Cost of the new project is pro- However a new earned SE teacher McKinney especially requests a for the fiscal 90-91 year and the Duncan said the planned classroom cafeteria. Finance Director Jean
cafeteria might have to wait.But the computer purchases requiring a Chitty made a list of all the needed ,
school board nor Supt. Duncan did down payment. Is on hold until the items. None were promised as the '
Golfers
I Downed 9 Strokes by Orange ParkOrange not say no to the two renovated money situation Is known. board waits to see the dollars
classrooms estimated to cost available.
Park beat Bradford High pretty consistently lately, Coach In the District the low medalist of 10000. The cafeteria, however For the future Principal Buddy Denise Adams, director of Excep-
by eight strokes. 165-173, Tuesday: Sexton points out. In the last three the tournament will advance to the may have to wait at least a year. It Paterson appealed for an expanded tional Education, apologized for the
April 17, at Willow Lakes Golf and matches Bishop has shot 36, 37, and state tournament and the winning all depends on when the money will administrative office, citing a lack of a speech instructor. She said J
Country Club. 38. Elder has shot 40 38. 89. team to state. be available. severe space shortage. He also the board approved four positionsbut
The loss Orange Park 7-8 shot two 4l's anda Last year BHS won the district Principal Buddy Paterson explained wants an expanded media center she could not fill them. Ma. 1
the dropped BUS to 7-10 for 43. They shot pretty consistent and went to the state as a team. A that the two rooms are In a and a second administrator. Parent Adams said she Is strongly commlt'j
hoping season.the Coach Tornado Mike Sexton was golf said Coach Sexton. St.Augustlne player Paul Tesori wooden building that is a former Sandy TomUnson agreed with Paterson ted to having speech
beat golfers could went as low medalist. prison barracks. saying there is no place for a board for the 90-91 term. LSC
Orange Park and Keystone Upcoming... Construction on a larger parking sick student to stay but on the couch teacher Lisa Kelly will be certified
Heights this Thursday and end up at BHS plays Keystone High this BUS has two contenders for low lot, increasing parking to over 50 In the main entrance to the school In speech therapy next summer.SatVis3.OO J
94 or.500 it didn t work out that medalist honors this year In David ,
Thursday. April 19, at 3:30
p.m. n
and Link Other front
way.Low Next Wednesday April 25, BHS Elder Bishop.
scorer for BHS Link runners for low medalists honors Include -
was goes to the District Tournament at
Bishop with a 38. David Elder shot Magnolia Point Golf and Country SA's Tesorl Carl St.Marle Notice of AppealTo I
39, Michael McKinney 46 and Ron Club in Green Cove Springs Tee off player from Lake City,and McClave : All Citizens, Taxpayers, and other [ ]
from Gainesville
and Ling High.
Zurfluh 50. Bishop has been playing time is noon. Interested persons.

The City of Starke Board of Adjustment (

I Rough First Inning Drops BUS Girls 10-6 to GUS Commissioners will hear on of appeal Starke filed and by T.r.nc.the CIty

... M. Brown
protesting a crematory being
The Bradford High girl Softball Kendra Butler led BUS going after the first but BUS could allowed on Lots 21 and 22, Enterprise S rin Spie a
not put Park of Starke, FL, zoned 1-1, light In
team now 3-13 1 lost 10-6 Tuesday 3-for-4 with a double, triple and a enough hits together to catch
April 17, to Gainesville High at home run and had three RBI's. up. dustrial on April 26. 1990 7:30: p.m.,
Westslde Park in Starke. Shere Brown and Latara Jackson Starke City Hall. NOW ONLY
GHS, 11-8 is the district leader. each had two hits. Five people, Kim' Upcoming.... Each and every person having any Interest 1 1t
BHS had a rough first inning when Teal Felicia Aaron, Latara BHS plays Santa Fe High at 4:30 whatever In this appeal should
GHS scored five- runs on five hits and Johnson,Klshanna Spooner and Rita p.m. at Westslde Park in the last appear and be heard at the time and $
some Tornado errors. After that," ,Stephany each had one hit. regular season game. place prescribed. 95e.
BUS settled down and played good The district play-offs start next Darrell O'N.alZoning
defense and hit pretty well, said Thursday, April 26, at Buchholz Administrator e. plus 955 sinmg fee
Coach Sue Triest. BHS and GHS played about even High In Gainesville. tpchg/19
Spring brings lots
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situated! In Bradford County Florida, A parcel of land confining 1.00 acr.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH described as: more or I..., and lying 'In the SE 1/4 of *
One 8x10 Two 5x7's 10 Wallets
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Lot 4, Block 2 of HIGHWAY ADDITIONto SW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 6 South I
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Stark., EXCEPT North 10 feet thereof Rang. 22 East Bradford County, Florida.
CIVIL ACTION NO:89-279-CA per plat In Plat Book 2 at page 16, public Sold parcel) being a portion of the tract and 9 Mini-Portraits .
FNB PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida records of Bradford County Florida.at described In O.R. Book 172 page 27 of .approx.size
corporation public tale, to the highest bidder the public record.of said County and be I-
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Plaintiff for cash In the lobby of the Bradford Ing more particularly described as
v. County Courthouse, In Stark., Florida follows: Commence at an Iron pipe 1 AA-.vtfMdp.Kte0>fnctodiM iraaWontVpoMf an* 1
ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., a/k/a FRANK at 1'1:00: a.m., on the 26th day of April found at the NW corn.r of said tract 1 $ with Limit" "nd 1
YOUNG; Th. Unknown Heirs Devisee*, (O.R. Book 172. page 27)) for POINT OF 3.00 Off coupon .wtot9 b iCFpMmdYMfPfL.IM/sCfrpdr.r.. :. 1f1/io/
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1990.WITNESS 1 v4UMM**>KAfnM0p.K* g Not vmlttl watt vyOtfn.WOfrM4tf.Tfp9tMRCO.Tr
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Grant. Assignees, Llenors, my hand and official seal) this BEGINNING and run South 77 degrees, .Wrtf
Creditors Tru.t. or Oth.r Claimant 5th day of April 1990. 57 minutes and 06 seconds East along NOW ONLY $62& (Reg. $995)) .. n = .:. :::
claiming by, through und.r or against RAY NORMAN the Northerly bounday thereof 309.55
ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.. who I I. not Clerk of the Circuit Court feet to an Iron set on the Westerly boundary 1 Shooting Days/Dates: 1
known to be dead or alive; KIERT SUN. By:Carol William., Dep.Clerk of the right-of-way of State Road Thurs. thru Mon., April 19-23 1
DUSADEE and CRISANTA V. SUN. Fr.d H. Kent III No. 200 (U.S. 301)); thence South 16 Cox your friendly repairman.Call
DUSADEE hi.wife; BARNETT RECOVERY Florida Bar No. 327042 d.gr.., 03 minutes and 08 seconds him today for any appliance repair 1 Photographer Hours: I
CORPORATION a Florida corporation Kent Ridge > Crawford West along said Westerly boundary Service &: Repair on: 1 Daily 10:00: AM 7:00 PM 1
l/k/a Stat.Wide Collection Corporation; 223 Wat.r Street Suit. 900 1..18f..t to a set Iron; thence North 77 .AD Major Appliances 1 Sunday 12:00: 5:30 PM 1
CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA; and ROYAL Jacksonville, Florida 32202 degree., 57 minutes and 06 seconds .Air Conditioning e Refrigeration
APPLIANCE- MFG. CO.; Defendant. ((904)) 358.1000 West parallel with said Northerly boundary .EI9CtrlC'" 1371 S. Walnut St., Starke FL
NOTICE OF SALE Attorney for Plaintiff 296.19 feet to an Iron pipe set on ... Men'
I I Notice I* hereby given that pursuant ../14 2tchg19 the Westerly boundary of aforesaid tract 1 :'A"-'wr' .'.! ': ,,. '!- ."3' ;;"" : w

I to for.clo.ur.an order entered or a final In judgement the above-of Control No.452 (10 O.R.degrees Book,172 46 minutes Page 27)and); thence 13 second North Lie liRA 0046994. ER OOO7578 1 AGFA. : ,VV ;t':\ &.;, ,'I\II'i\'RT'' ,,:W,, : Mt': :, '" El-::'::' I 1

captioned action, I will ell the property IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH East along last said Westerly boundary
situated In Bradford County Florida JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 143.86 feet to the POINT OF BEGINN-
described as: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA .
THE STARKE FL AREAWill
Lot 5. 6, 7 and I of Block 12. Original CIVIL ACTION NO:89-387-CA ING.at public sale, to the highest bidder ,
Town of Starke, .xc.pt the East 105 f..t FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida for cash In the lobby of the Bradford Have Its OwnILLUSTRATED
thereof. Section 26. Township 6 South corporation. County Courthouse. In Starke, Florida
Rang.22 East Bradford County Florida. Plaintiff at 11:00 a.m., on the 26th day of April
at public sale, to the highest bidder POSTER-PUZZLE
for cash In the lobby of the Bradford vs.ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.. a/k/a FRANK 1990.WITNESS my hand and official seal on ,
County Courthou., In Stark., Florida YOUNG; Th. Unknown Heirs, Devisee. this 5th day of April 1990.RAY
at 11:00: a.m., on the 26th day of April Grant.., Assignees, Llnors, NORMAN
1990.. Creditors Trustees or Oth.r Claimant. Clerk of the Circuit Court 1
WITNESS my hand and official seal this claiming by through und.r or against ByCarol: William., Dep.Clerk
, 5th day of April 1990. ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., who Is not Fred H. Kent III 1 '
I known to b. dead or alive: BAILEY Florida Bar No. 327042
RAY NORMAN, ADVERTISING; and ROYAL. APPLIANCEMFG. Kent Ridge A Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court CO.| Defendants. 225 Water Street Suite 900
By.Carol Williams, Dep.Clerk NOTICE OF SALE Jacksonville, Florida 32202 'ocP.
Fred H. Kent III Notice Is h.r.by given that pursuant ((904)) 358-1000
Florida Bar No. 327042 to an order or''a final judgement of Attorney for Plaintiff w
Kent Ridge t Crawford foreclosure entered In the above- 4/12 2tchg19
225 Water Street. Suit. 900 captioned action I will sell the property Control No.434 k
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Ituated In Bradford County' Florida :-
((904)) 338-1000 described! a.:
Attorney for Plaintiff I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
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BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION' NO:89-280-CA Association is
FNB PROPERTIES. INC., a Florida The Bradford High Band Parents

corporation.Plaintiff offering the Starke area an illustrated jigsaw

v.ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR.. a/k/a FRANK I MA.Yaueoi puzzle of the actual Starke community.

YOUNG Grant.; Th., Unknown Assignees. Heirs,, Llenors Devisees,, 18 x 24 Poster-Puzzle is printed in full color

Creditor, Trustees or Other Claimant e.-w.- '. Historical landmarks, businesses and industries will be allowedto
claiming by through under or again .
their businesses.
ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.. who I* not I II I -- display
known to be dead or alive; BARNETT 1 nil eRarmf Personalized for the 1 st 500 purchasers with family names printedon
RECOVERY CORPORATION a Florida
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corporation f/k/o State Wide Collection .,llu the puzzle.
Corporation;CITY OF STARKC. FLORIDA; The' Planting Guide from Farmers Almanac will also be included
and ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO.
Defendant. and illustrated.The .

NOTICE OF SALE perfect family or personal gift for hours of fun.
Notice I. hereby given that, pursuant A
to an order or. final (judgement of Sponsored by the Bradford High Band Parents Assoc.
foreclosure ,entered In the aba"...
captioned action I will sell the propertyNOTICE NEW FASTS FLEXIBLE LIMITED SPACE FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

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candidacy of Lawton Chiles for Legislature before moving on to congressin ., '(,

Governor and Buddy MacKay for lieute- 1982. He gave up his Congressional
nant Governor could mark a turning in 1988 to run for the U.S. Senate in a race .

point in Florida politics. Their election he narrowly lost to Connie Mack.

would serve a double purpose for Flori- The Chiles/MacKay announcementwas :,.,
dians. Not only would it assure a return of greeted by near unanimous en-

statesmanship to the state house, but it thusiasm by the State's leading daily

would also prove to the voters that newspapers, most of which are fed up

unlimited money and nauseatingly with the way: many campaigns have been i
negative TV commercials are no longer bought by big bucks in recent years.

necessary to get elected to high office in The Tampa Tribune commented: "Two
1, 1
Florida.If weeks ago it appeared that Bill Nelson

these goals are accomplished, the would win the Democratic nominationand

team of Chiles and MacKay will have per- then, in all likelihood, lose in w-+-"
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formed a public service that assures November to Martinez. Nelson, the only .
them a place of honor in Florida's sitting Congressman to fly in a rocket to ::f:

political life. outer space, simply couldn't get his cam- .

Chiles, an 18-year veteran of the U.S. paign off the launching pad. Chiles was
one of the most revered Senators of
Senate and MacKay, a former statelegislator re-
and U.S. Representative will cent decades. Brilliant, honest, down to:

crusade against the big-buck financing of earth and eminently sensible, he no doubt

campaigns by placing a $100 ceiling on decided to get back into public life Democratic Candidates Must AvoidSelfDestructing
contributions from their supporters, thus because more and more it is at the state
freeing themselves from obligations to level that the action is, where one in-'

big-interest contributors who seek to buy"access" dividual, particularly the Governor, can Ads
to our lawmakers, both state make a difference." Negative

and national. The Gainesville Sun said: "Chiles and

Others in the race, both Democraticand MacKay represent the last best hope of:
the Democratic party in Florida. They According to Howard Troxler, who history-making campaign. It has been take most of the $15 million that the
Republican, will spend multi- writes "P Im Tree Politics" for The viewed as everything from the salvation Governor is trying to raise.
millions while Chiles and will certainly represent the last best hope to
MacKay Tampa Tribune, "The Governor's race of the political process, inevitable confusionthat
there is the
Then
deal in thousands, and those thousandswill demonstrate that leadership and might now be summed up as Lawton demonstrating that a Governor or a the at
Chiles' entry in campaign a
be contributed by supporters who are credibility not $15 million worth of Chiles vs. money." This is the way he President CAN be elected without buy- somewhat late date was bound to cause.
more interested in the quality of the can- video images-can still win an election in reasons: ing his election with obscene amountsof Some of Nelson's strongest supporters
didate than they are in buying> his vote for this fast-growing state of 13 million people. "Gov. Martinez has already raised money, most of it donated by big switched.over to the Chiles' camp
some selfish interest. pIe. Win or lose, the entry of Chiles and more than 16 million to run for re- shots with deep pockets who aren t be- because they believed he offered the
MacKay into the race already has changed election, and may double that amount'by ing so generous for nothing. best hope the Democrats have to get
Chiles spent only $806,629 the last time Florida politics, and for the 'better. November. In spite of the widespread criticism of Martinez out of office. Other party
he ran successfully for re-election to the The the "The best-funded Democrat (can- "negative" campaigning, Nelson has members believed that Nelson could do
U.S. Senate in 1982. Compare this with the system image-thin, money- didate). BIU Nelson has raised $4.3 started nibbling around the edges with it himself and that Chiles' entry into the
$15 million that Governor Martinez seeksto consuming, content-empty system will million" to date (and is working on the statements raising questions about the race simply muddied the waters and
spend to win another term in office be well and truly challenged. If this second$4.3). condition of Chiles' health, and picturing would split the party, actually helping
wouldlike system wins, Florida loses." If the himself as a robust 47-year-old who Martinez in the long run. Some felt like
and the $12 million that Bill Nelson Chiles/MacKay system wins Florida "The next Democrat (candidate for' was fit enough physically to fly into former House Speaker Fred Schultz of
to raise to put Martinez out of office. wins. Governor) George Stuart has topped$1 outer space with astronauts aboard a Jacksonville who said he would likely
But Chiles and MacKay have theirwork million" (and la having a hard time shuttle. "sit out" the Democratic primary
The Tribune points out that, as mayor: playing catchup in the hardball game of because, "I committed early to Bill
cut out for them and it won't be
of Tampa, Martinez relied on expensive nigh financing). Nelson and I'm a very good friend of
easy the for a number of reasons. In additionto bonding programs rather than taxes to "Now comes Chiles and running mate Cool It FellowsWhile Lawton Chiles. It's put me in a very dif-
there is also the "
money question, meet the city's needs. He has done the Buddy MacKay, promising to take no ficult position. I
fact that 885,518 new voters have campaign contributions of more than is hard for
same as Governor since 1987 when he suf- It anyone especially a
in Florida since Chiles for $100.vr .
registered
ran
fered candidate for office to accept-
political setback
a major in first
his last Senate term in 1982. At that time criticisms and not in kind. If
and then "He will be widely praised. The Nelson thinks health is a respond
kill
supporting to the
there were only 1.5 million registered helping unpopular public will say It I about time legitimate issue, his early statements Nelson continues his remarks about
Republicans in Florida. But now this services tax. He is still urging a somebody tried to do something about caused Randolph Pendleton, who has Chiles' ability to be a strong Governor,
number has to 2.3 million of major bonding program to finance his money in politics." been covering government and politicsfor it could escalate into a give-and-take I
grown many goal of a major statewide system of toll the Florida Times-Union for 20 campaign in which discussion and I
whom are not familiar with Chiles'record roads and other infrastructure needs. "But, Mr. Troxler adds, "when years, to comment that "If Nelson debate of the momentous issues now
,
of integrity and capability in of- The of bonds Nelson fills the airwaves with TV commercials should appear too heavy-handed in facing the State will suffer, althoughthat
would be
payment
fice. They need to be told. passed on in the final days before the questioning Chiles'capacity for office it is not what the Chiles/MacKay
to future generations, and fie ,would Democratic lW the.publigj fai rilreud tteJhaeflii+ilydi7sWM", .....,ltlola.SW;,4 Voters everywhere are beginning to be remember the yellow "
the lame for other ?
escape adding new taxes
like a cheap shot -in fact, it may be a
Chiles has
turned off and disgusted with high- his administration.Chiles developed very strong sup-
during have
"When Martinez spends his millionsto cheap shot. Other politicians port in Bradford County over the
years
priced sleazy TV commercials that Ig- sees this strategy as heading broadcast pictures of beautiful found that "cheap" shots can prove and both he and MacKay are admiredby
nore the real issues in a campaign, and Florida down the same path that the sunsets (with himself silhouetted, costly In the long run. many who perceive them as being
concentrate almost solely: on mudslinging Federal is strolling on the beach.will a,little But Pendleton also sees negativesthat statesmen rather than run-of-the-mill
attacks the Voters government pursuing bor- angel appear over each viewer'sshoulder and
on opposition. are Chiles his running mate, politicians.
beginning to this trash for whatit rowing today and letting someone else to whisper Chiles' name? MacKay will also have to overcome.
recognize he Is face In this
the price tomorrow. "That's Chiles has used his $100 contribution Although a new area,
is and such low-road tactics will pay wrong, While many voters are revolted by the
limit successfully before, althoughnever Bill Nelson, of Melbourne, has strong
and we're not to do it he declares.
going of
exhorbitant amounts
spent by
ultimately backfire on those who attemptto against this much money and so money supporters here also,and will appear at
gain from them. Some of the highest praise of Chiles has little time. But if anybody can do it, hecan" high-flying political candidates, they two meet-the-candidate affairs this Fri-
wonder If Chiles' limit of
from fellow end the $100 on day: One at the home of Ann and C.G.
Senator Alan of
come a Simpson ( quotes from Troxler.) contributions Is too low to the
Senator Chiles to get job
was propelled
Hill at Kingsley Lake at 12 noon, and
Republican of Wyoming, who says: Ever since Chiles his bomb done.
dropped
political fame in 1970 when he launched another from 7:00 to 8:30: p.m. at the
his historic walfc across the state which "Here is a man who nearly literally gave shell announcement to run for Governor On this subject, Pendleton wonders home of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Schlof-
ended with his for the his life to the United States. It is not easy last week,newspaper and television the good publicity about the limitationon man on Ninth Avenue in Country Club
upset victory to fill the void of the loss of such a man in commentators have had a field day exploring spending set by Chiles will outweighthe Estates. Dr. Schlofman: is manager ofNelson's
Senate seat. He went on to serve threeterms the ifs, ands, and buts of this in and
the Senate. Indeed, that is impossible. effect of Martinez' saturation of campaign Bradford
finally achieving chairmanship of television with commercials that will several other nearby counties.Stamp .
Florida is fortunate to have the
the Senate Budget Committee before opportunity -
retiring two years ago. to place two such men of the Reader Urges
calibre of Chiles and at the headof
MacKay served 12 years in the,Florida its government.Love MacKay Support of ChilesEditor ;
There has been a lot of griping in the

PriceIncrease press and on the street since an an-
,
Bush Cools Earth Week ObservanceBy ,Telegraph: nouncement that the U.S. Postal Service

I Historically the "Yea everything e will increase the cost of a postage stamp

Delaying Action on WarmingSunday labeled labeled Republican Democrat' context Boo everything of B.C.T. from 25 cents to 30 cents early in 1991.

editorials has been boring to excess, to 1' But few of these critics have stopped to
say the least.But your continuous'flog think that the five-cent Coca-Cola they us-

April 22, is Earth Day, a Canal disaster before the problemof ging discredit a dead Past-Preeldent horse' type determinationto Reagan has No WorseThan ed to drink back in the days of the two-

worldwide dedication to preserving and hazardous waste was tackled; and it become unworthy of attention. cent postage stamp now costs them fifty,

hopefully improving the environment in took a dying River Rhine before And your repeated references to Ad- sixty, or even seventy or more cents,

which we live. Secretary of State Jim wastewater was treated. "My countryhas miral Poindexter aa "Col. Poindexter" Others depending on the size'of the paper cup.
Smith says, "No matter who you are, decided to learn the lessons from the make it apparent that your knowledge
of the Iran-Centra fiasco is Insufficient took
It an official of the National
what do or where live in Florida past and act on global warming now, '
you you
to warrant addressing the
even
the week of April 22 has direct, personal! Alders said.Scientists. subject. There your appears to have been : Association of Letter Carriers to put
significance to life." enough blame to spread over all participants things back into perspective. In a recent
your Bush's ad- acknowledged or otherwise, .t letter to the Florida Times-Union, he
including own ,
But by strange coincidence, President visers generally, agree that man-made Including the brilliant late Mr. Casey. ._ ] reminds us what has happened to prices
,
Bush had his unique of observ- U the crime committed
own way the release of carbon worst by since 1961 when Cokes sold for a nickle.
ing Earth Week. In spite of his campaign pollution, especially Poindexter and North was "Contemptof This is the way it was, in case you have
to be "the Environmental President" dioxide from burning fossil fuels, is cause Congress" I'd give each of them a .. ... M/.. ,
promise ing heat to be trapped on the Earth's sur- slap on the wrist and a pat on the back. forgotten:
Bush dismayed our European For generally I find that body quite
allied by calling for more study and tyce and will eventually result in a con, mptlble. "At that time, first-class postage was 5 cents. I remember that I rode to work In n yrandnew
catastrophic rise in temperature unless > pickup truck that I bought for$1,499.The I
research before dealing with the problemof Back to the Democrat vs Republican gasoline put In my new truck cost 21
lived in home in nice
controlled. cents a gallon. a new a section of South Jacksonville that purchased
global warming, which most scientists bit for a moment Despite the j I For 12400.For lunch,I would have a ham and cheese sandwhlch that cost me 25 cents and a
fear may increase the Earth's ot erudite philosophical democrats preachments as. Guy Andrews Coke: for 9 cents out of a vending machine. For dessert, I had a 5-cent candy bar. .

temperature by as much as four to nine U.S. environmentalists accuse gush Gene Matthews Al Crosby,and Delano "When I got'home, I read The Florida TImes-Union that cost me 5 cents. I would have a '
degrees F. by the middle of the next cen- abandoning his leadership responsibilities hat I have long since concluded steak for supper that cost about 50 cents a pound.
causing the polar to melt, on global warming by not Joining t the party affiliation of a politicianhas "Now 29 later first-class Is
tury world in for firm nothing to do with his/her integrity years postage 25 cents, soon to be 30 cents. However, my
and flooding around the : European countries calling and very little to do with ones actions In :luck now costs $11,000, gasoline costs $1.01 a gallon and the house I bought for $12,400recently
commitments to reduce global warming office. sold for$53,000. My sandwich Is now$2.75,my Coke is 50 cents,my candy bar is 50
"Discussions about further research pollutants starting now.lt is ironic that. cents,my newspaper Is 25 cents and my steak is now$5.79 a pound.
Now Instead of wasting more
considerations should not } paper
and economic Bush's delaying action should come during and print on the matters aforementioned "Now let's see what the public gets for that soon-to-be 3o-cent stamp. No matter how
distract us from taking action on carbon a week dedicated to the preservationof may I suggest that you revert to many times you move in a year, your mail la forwarded free. No matter how near or far
dioxide stabilization now," said Hans the Earth, which initiated the modern something more positive and expendsupport four letter Is going In the United States,the postage is the same for first class mail.No matter ,il
Alders, the Dutch environmental environmental movement back in the your energy in urging of : where you live in the United States,whether It Is a block or many miles to the nearest i
minister. He pointed out that it took a Lpolitician es for governor. e'lone: poet office,your letter will be delivered to your mailbox.
1970s. that I consider worthy of our
.... trust.only wish that his mediocre running -, "The public enjoys sanctity of the mall.Confidentiality of the mail is not only guaranteed, i
nit it Is mandated by law. In the event of bad address
mate could be replaced with Arch i a or for any reason a letter Is not
Thomas,Jr.. deliverable, it will be returned to you free of charge. j

RIDq co v 'KInd'J.C.Foa regards, "Six days a week,by every mailbox In the United States a postal letter carrier will pass.n .
4 : ,Sttrke ][ rain snow sleet and all weather conditions, that letter carrier will he delivering mail to
A .atQiji four mailboxes.
P4
iw ACiNt we :! .. $ ,"The Postal Service Is now handling 168 billion pieces of mail a year.It's hard to even imagine -
'
168.billion pieces of anything.

OC' ace O.rUGUSON-JOHNM.MIUIR' "We have been bashed because our automation Is behind schedule, but no columnists or
etter: written have even mentioned the fact that the automation was put two years behind
t70N PuMMMr* schedule because a presidential appointee on the Postal Board of Governors was tried and
Pubbhed each Thursday and entered on Second Claw Matter at convicted: for trying to get kickbacks for contracta to build the automation equipment.Those
the Port Office at Stake.Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. 'contracts: were held up for over two years." .
,
The highest denomination coin I I.a' Everything is relative-so that bit of
perhaps tiny and is stilla
Phone M4-A30S Subscription Rat In Trade Area: $14.00 per yean $8.00 six month paper glue
,O. Drawer A;1t III..Florida \ Outside Trade Area: $15,00 per Veor $8.60 six month $2,600 Bahamian gold coin contain.log I bargain even at thirty cents a lick.Page ,
a pound of 22 carat gold.









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.I __ _.. April IB. 1980 TELEGRAPH PaeeSA ,

octal Events. Talented Nine-Year-Old ViolinistTo

be Featured in Recital Sunday I II

Nine-year-old Hope Sellers,
daughter of Herbert and Tana
Sellers, of KIngsley Lake, will be
featured In a solo violin recital called
"Hope and Friends"", In Orange
Park Sunday, April 22. The recital r4'I
Engagements. will be held at 3:30: p.m. in the Nice
... House of Music, 1503 Wells Road.
The public is Invited. 41J
Kelly L. King, ',". ..... During the first half of the concert,
"'I' .M' the talented young musician will be
Darren McClellanTo rl/j. Joined by some of her musical
Wed June 2 \1'" .. friends in a program of chamber III
ensemble music Including Mozart's
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd King of Hart- most famous quartet, "Eine Kleine
well, Ga. announce the forthcoming \ Nachmustk:," and Bach's "Concertofor :
marriage of their daughter Kelly L. Two Violins". j
King to Ronald D. IWcClellan, of
VlclahA.I. Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs. After a brief intermission, Hope I
Lewis It. McClellan of Brunswick, will solo performances of EC-
Ga. cle.r"Sonata In G Minor". _
Miss King Is the granddaughter of Vericini's "Sonata in G Major",and _
anted. Rufus King King Ga. Mozart's "Concerto No. 3". Joy Me- -- Hope Sellers 4W.
the
the late Mr. and late If' Cumber, well-known pianist and
Mr. and Mrs. Collie Bradford of member of the Amadeus Trio, will mistress of the Jacksonville Sym
Elberton, Ga. She is employed by be accompanist. A reception will phony. She has performed many
John H. Talton, DMD, Vidalia, Ga. \ follow the program. times at schools, churches, nursing
Mr. McClellan is the of homes (her favorite
grandson ) and at fairs In
a
Mr. and Mrs. Mack A. Sweat of Hope Is third grade student at St. the area. Music is her main Interest,
Ralford and the late Mr. and Mrs. Johns Country Day School and is a and she also enjoys playing
Leslie McClellan of Lawtey. He Is b1 member of the First Christian keyboard, piano, and cello for fun.
Church
In
employed by Georgia Power. Starke, where she accompanies Her other main Interest is writing
A 2:00 p.m.wedding is planned for Junior Church services on the poetry and stories, and enjoying
June 2 at The; Gray House in Starr, electronic keyboard. She has been water sports at Kingsley Lake. .
studying violin for five
;:II.". A garden reception will follow ,, years with Hope is also one of several Clay
the ceremony.Relatives and friends Ke y L.King Rocco DIGeorgio at Orange Park County students who participated in
of the couple are Invited to attend. Ronald D.McClellaa Talent Education, and is also being solo auditions for the Jacksonville t
coached<< by.Melissa Pierson.concert
.:. Symphony on Monday. April 16.
Jill Mangus, Brian Hendrix

To Wed Saturday, May 12 Upcoming Meetines... Local Model Signed by European AgencyErin

Marilyn W.Parrish of Winter Haven and Bruce Mangus Theressa announce vLadies Case, daughter of Vikl Struth Case (1965 graduate of BUS) will be
the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,Jill The Executive Board oF the with a Confederate veteran modeling In Paris and other European countries, for the next five mon
Metosa Manguat to Brian Dean Hendrix of Hampton,son of Mr.and Mrs.: Woman's Club will meet on Wednes- ancestor are invited to attend. ths. She was one of two young women selected from Florida for the tour
William R. Hendrix of Starke. day' April 25, at the clubhouse at 1 by the Metropolitan Agency.
The Saturday May 12 wedding ceremony will be held in the First p.m. All officers and chairmen are Erin's modeling career began at 14 when she was discovered by a New
Presbyterian Church of Starke. urged to attend. Young at Heart York agency; she has been modeling for the past four years.
The bride-elect is a 1987 graduate of Bradford High School presently To Meet April 19 As a model with the Denise Carroll Agency, she hall been In fashion
attending Santa Fe Community College and Is employed by Av-Med Insurance The W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC hows around the state, and was featured March 18,In the Palm Beach
Co. in Gainesville. will hold their Memorial Service at Young at Heart,a special group of Post and the Florida Times-Union's "Latitudes". She has also appearedin
The groom-to-be is a 1984 Bradford Crosby Lake Cemetery at the Confederate retired citizens from First Baptist
High School graduate and is several French magazines. Erin was offered several earlier opportunities
employed at Kraft Food Service in Ocala. Monument on Sunday, Church, will meet Thursday, April to model In Europe and Japan.The Ford and Elite agencies have
April 22, at 3 The regular 19, at 9 a.m. for their quarterly
p.m. mon-
also Interest
expressed in her career. However, her parents felt she was
Evelyn Pennell Bert Mclntire thly meeting of the UDC Chapter outing. Everyone will meet at the
,
/too young to go abroad and they wanted her to finish high school.
To Wed Friday April 27 will be held on Monday, April 23, at church and go by bus to Jacksonville left for France on February 28, and will go to Germany later In the
the home of Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Landing for a boat ride on the St. to.e
Evelyn Pennell of Theressa and Bert Mcintire of Theressa announce 818 W. Pratt Street, at 10:30: a.m. Johns River. Cost of the trip is In her hometown of Lake City Erin has been a role model for young ,
the approaching date of their marriage. with hostess Rhoda DamDler.Announcing. $12.50. Everyone is Invited. women.She has modeled and produced local fashion shows,served on the
The ceremony will take place Friday, April 27, at 7:00 p.m.. in Com Belk Teenboard, and taught modeling classes at Lake City Community
munity Church of Keystone Heights. College.
All friends< nuinely kind person and always has time for younger admirers.
Penny Brown, John Cowart III To Wed Apr. 21 clenny.Paternal great grandmotherIs Erin likes modeling but will not neglect her education. She will returnto
Penny Brown of Starke and John J. Cowart, III will' beunited In mar Dylan Paul RodgersPaul Sadie Johnson of Glen St. Mary. LCCC In the fall and will complete her education at Florida State
riage Saturday, April 21, at 4 p.m. and Lisa Rodgers of Starke University. Her major will be fashion merchandising. She Is the grand-
The ceremony wil take place at the home of the groom-elect'parents announce the birth of a son, Dylan James Codey Balkcom daughter of Louella T. Struth and Merrill Struth of Starke.
In Starke. Paul, born March 30 in Gainesville.He Randy and Chris Balkcom announce
All friends are relatives of the couple are invited to attend. weighed 9 Ibs.9 oz.and was 21 Inches the birth of their son, James
in length.Maternal Codey,on February 24. He was born New River Baptist Association News
Howard-Crawford Annual Reunion Set for at Royal Air Force Base in Upper
MayThe grandparents are Heyford England and weighed 8 Ibs. New River Baptist Association day School directors who participate
annual Howard-Crawford May 46. Harold and Myrtle Alvarez of 1 oz. and was 201/2 inches long. will host its annual Pastors- in New River Baptist Association.
family reunion will be held at For more Information, call Starke. Maternal great grand Maternal grandparents are JamesJ. Directors Dialogue April 24 at Dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. and .
mother is Verda Johns of
Lawtey. Western Steer Restaurant. This John Mclnnis, consultant for the
O'Lena State Park the weekend of 964-7362 after 3 and Geraldine Binette or Maine.
p.m.
Paternal grandparents are Paternal grandparents are JamesI meeting is specifically designed to Florida State Convention, will be
Herbert and Patsy Rodgers,of Mac-, :and Barbara Balkcom of Starke. meet the needs of pastors and Sun guest speaker. Ii I IKC
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State Convention rJ/IIfIY and Rev. Linda Adams. Usher's Anniversary Friday night April 20. at 7:30 p.m.
I Church News The conference will begin at 10 I'Yone Is welcome to attend. Friday April 20 Reverend J.boons of Sanderson will
,
.... a.m. and lunch will be served at be guest speaker.
noon. The Usher Boards of New Bethel The public Is.cordially Invited to
New River Assoc. Rev. Ben Bryant of First Baptist 'Souls Outreach Baptist Church cordially invites attend,
Revival Set Stewarship Conference' Church, Starke is the Stewardship Gospel Sing Set averyone to worshi with them in
At Madison StreetThe Director of the New River Associa- their annual jher s .anniversarv.
The annual stewardship con- tion. Souls Outreach of Hampton will 0C
Madison Street Baptist ference for pastors of the New River hold a Gospel Sing Saturday night,
Church, located 900 West Madison Association will meet Wednesday, Revival Set'eginning April 21, at 7 p.m.
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LONDON 1 BROIL GROUND1l8.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.EIGHTH "" S
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Lb.
BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA
CASE NO:90-1 65.CA _
COMMUNITY.STATE BANK,
OF STARKE. p lUll. 1ICNf. T1IU. *EI. TIIUI. .... Uf.tl .
Plaintiff t7 11 1 n 11
v. Jumbo Pack Chicken
CECIL A. STANLEY and THIGHS & 22
GLENDA F. STANLEY Prices hi tills ad i4 UBBCW
Defendant f DRUMSTICKS. Lb. .69 April..11 tin s. ". Ap.Tz2.1tM.
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO \
:CECIL A. STANLEY and GLENDA F.
STANLEY RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action ,
for damage. hoi b..n fled against ry ,., nCr I
you and you are required to serve a copy Prtd I
of you written dcfwism, "if any,to It, on e
the plaintiff attorney whoi name and a deA ,:

addresses JOHNNY l : R. HOBBS, JR. 1REAsr I"I!

Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. ( AE'e s
P.O. Box 938 ( .
jZLE 1 ,
Stark., Florida 32091 aTI_ 1rENDE _____
and file the original with the Clerk of
the aboveryled court on or before May ___
16 1990; otherwise a judgement maybe
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint. I,
WITNESS my hand and the teal of sold ,
Court on this 4th day of April, 1990. 1.'L. Red RipeTOMATOES I
RAY NORMAN Li'
Clerk of Court 9

By:Marie Dyal 4124tchgS03Control Deputy Clerk .. :

No.438 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Lb. Fresh Loin Or Rib

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR \U 1.5 GALLO CLASSIC BURG
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BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA LAMB CHOPS
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CASE NO:90-157-CC CHABLIS BLANC, VIN ROSE


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TAMARA L. MOODY and
PATRICIA MOODY, Sirloin Plump Purple

Defendants.NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO Sm&eld'Lb' LAMB CHOPS EGGPLANT. Lb. .39
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UNKNOWN.: TAMARA L. MOODY. RESIDENCE. ". I ,,, 1S"' ,h oI tttiw H

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action -
for damages has been filed againstyou Lb. /
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, If any to it, on BACON .
the plaintiff's attorney, whose name and .
address Is: Fresh Green
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. '
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. P.A. Crisp 12.12 Oz. Cans Onions/Zesty
P.O. Box 938
Stark, Florida 32091 Diet Cake Caffeine Free'v Radishes/Large Bell
and.11.the original with the Clerk of CRUNCBIYCELERY Diet Coke
the above-styled court on or before May J Peppers/Long Green
16 1990;otherwise a[udgement may be COKE CLASSIC Slicing Cucumbers
entered against you for the relief C ) -
demanded In the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on this 4th day of April, 1990. $299 $
RAY NORMAN 3//

Clerk of Court 69 0
By:Marie[Dyal,Deputy Clerk
4124tchg503Control Stalk, 112 12 Oz. Cans Sprits

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD, COUNTY,FLORIDA

PROBATE Number DIVISIONFile 90-3.CP e 1 LUVU I a e 1 \j n

IN RE: ESTATE OF ,.
LEON Denased.MIAH NORMAN,SR..

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 5 Ct. Buttermilk Texas Style

LEON Th. MIAH administration NORMAN of SR.the. deceased estate of BISCUITS $ II Mueller's, -

File Circuit Number Court 90-3-CP for ,Bradford Is pending County In the 8 Oz. Assorted Flavors 3j 1 SAl E spaghetti L ii' Qr.a,ne1m r

Florida Probate Division the address of FOOD LION YOGURT .
which Is Post Office Drawer B, Stark., R Muellers.} '
Florida 32091.The names and addressesof 20 Oz. Frozen
Shoestring
the personal representative and the 15.5 Oz. Lt. Red Joan Of Arc thin spaghetti
personal representative's attorney are LYNDEN FARMS POTATOES KIDNEY BEANS- '--
set forth below.
Interested persons are required to 8 Oz. Chunk/Crushed 8 Oz. Phillip's DgmostE
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON- LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS PORK & BEANS |(D i ntontt)! Musllerfc,
NOTICE: ((1))all claim against the estate 8 Oz. Cut Or French Style Green Beans/ nib owe
and (2)) any objection by an Int.r..t.dp.rlOn 6 Oz. Contadina
on whom this notice is served 8.75 Oz. Whole Kernel Or Cream Style Corn TOMATO PASTE I -' -- -;

that challenges the validity of the will DEL MONTE VEGETABLES DtitAe.I1tE
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venue, or jurisdiction of 8.25 Oz.Sliced -
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the court. DEL MONTE BEETS Upton,
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT LOTS-A-NOODLES
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Cup-a-Soup
Publication of this Notice has begunn 7.75 Oz. 15 Oz. Joan Of Arc I
April 12, 1990. DEL MONTE SPINACH
Personal Representative: CHILI BEANS ,. ntmmnmmmuum
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3630 NW list Street Boyardee 'i
Galnesvlll, FL 32606 BUSH KRAUT
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative
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515 North Main Street Suit 200 ;,
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PAWN 120 East Call Street, Starke, along the Westerly boundary/ thereof _
Florida 32091 Intend to said 239.52 feet to an Iron for as the property of the abovenameddefendant NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
register pipe point of
fictitious name under the aforesaid beginning. From point of beginning thus and that on the 30th day of REGISTER
[Legal Notices April 1990 Monday at two o'clock on
1 1r'NITED statute described, continue South 1 degree, 48 FICTITIOUS NAME
said the of the Bradford
day on premises
Dated this 27th day of March A.D., minutes and 50 seconds East along sold County Sheriff' Office I will offer forsole Pursuant to Section 86509, Florida
Statutes, notice I I.
In Westerly
1990 Bradford County. boundary, 150 feet to an Iron hereby given that the
and sell to the highest bidder for
3/294tpd4/19 pipe; thence North 88 undersigned Gerald C.
'"""""' -- degrees 11 Destefano Rt. 2
-. STATES DISTRICT COURT 11II above described. Control No.424 minute and 10 seconds East 120 feet; cash, In hand the above-described property Box 920 (S.E. 63rd Circle) Keystone
the the sold defendant
as prop.rfIof '
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF thence North 1 degree 48 minutes and 50 Heights FL 32656 sole
FLORIDA owner doing
3.
Within 10 days after the first to satisfy said Execution. Sale will business under
seconds the firm
JACKSONVILLE West parallel with said name of EDUCATIONAL .
DIVISION
publication of notice of this proceeding, be subject to any ...I.tlngll.n..
CASE NO. 89-732-Clw. J-U the Clerk of Court shall moll by U.S. Mall NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Westerly boundary, 50 feet to an Iron KENNETH ETHERIDGE SHERIFF lox CONSULTANT SERVICES Rt. 2
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA REGISTER pipe; thence South 88 degrees 11 920 (S.E. 63rd Clr.) Keystone
a of the
copy notice with OF BRADFORD COUNTY
together
Plaintiff of the a copy FICTITIOUS NAME minutes and 10 seconds West 10 feet to Heights' FL M4M' intends to register'
Complaint herein FLORIDA
to the Defen
.. an Iron pipe; thence North 1 48 aid fictitious name under the
degree aforesaid
v dants Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
John
N. Goodman and Diane C. 4/05 4tchq 4/26;Cont.No.428 tatute.
JOHN H. GOODMAN; DIANE C. GOODMAN Goodman f/k/a Diane C.Jon.,900 Tom Statutes, notice li hereby given that the minutes and 50 seconds West 100 feet
Hall Street, Stark., Florida 32091. undersigned Bryce/ C Titus, Rt. 3, Box to an Iron pipe; thence South 88 CALL FOR BIDS Dated this 16th day of April. A.D.'
f/k/a DIANE C. JONES; and DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, 824 (near Crystal/ lake), Stark., Florida degrees, 11 minutes and 10 second Th. City of Stark. Is accepting sealed 1990. In Bradford County.
DESSIE JACKSON Florida this 12th day of March, 1990. 32091 sole owner doing business under West 110 feet to the point of beginning. bids for one watthour test set with 4/194tpd 9/10
Defendant. HARVEY the firm name of B.C.'s PHOTO SHOP The above description, for all Intents photoelectric counter and digital stan
ORDER OF SERVICE United E. SCHLESINGER P.O. Bole 1005 Stark. FL 32O9I. Intend and purpose, comprises: a parcel of dard. Test set I I. to be consol type for
States
, BY PUBLICATION Magistrate to register said fictitious name under the land described In Official Records Book testing of single phase and polyphase
: This COUM cam to be heard upon Control 3/22 6tchg 4/26 aforesaid statute. 99 page 291, and a parcel described In, meter Must have demand meter test Classified Ads
Plaintiffs Motion for Ord.r of Service by Number 401 Dated this 28th day of March, A.D.. Official Records Book 99, page 252, of mode. Input 240 V. 3 0. 50/60 hertz.
Publication and It appearing that this 1990 In Bradford County. the public records of sold county. Specification may be obtained at the Get Results!
action has been brought for the enforcement IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 4/O54tpd 4/26 Together with all the tenements, City Hall office of W.M. Weldon. Bids to
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR hereditaments be opened at 10:00 A.M.
of a Hen against real properfl.Ituated / Control No.425, and appurtenance Tuesday May
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA thereto 1, 1990 at the Hall Stark. Florida.
In Bradford County within the belonging or In anywise apper City
Middle District of Florida and described CASENO190136CACOMMUNITY taining. 4/19 2tchg 4/26
ai follow: STATE BANK NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO PARCEL NO. 2: Commence 15 ft. West Control No.458, PO No.2896 Come Worship With Us

A parcel of land lying In the Wet On. OF STARKE REGISTER of the NE corner of W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SE BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
'I' Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section Plaintiff FICTITIOUS NAME 1/4 of NE 1/4-Secllon 29, Township 6 STARKB
32. Township 6 South Range 22 vs. Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida South Range 22 East and run South 140 Corner of Pratt and Christian.v.
I East Bradford County Florida sold ROBERT HALL Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the feet thence run West 210 feet to a pointof CHURCH OF GOD Sun. School 9:45: am
' parcel being more particularly described Defendant.NOTICE. undersigned Robert E. taunt-,Rt. 1, Box beginning continue West 110 feet 422 N.St.ClaIr- 964-3U5 Sun. Morning
'I as follows: OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY 753 (N.E. 15th St.), Stark., Florida 32091 South 100 feet East 110 feet. North 100 John Spratlln. PastorWe Sun. Evening Service Worship 11:00: am
Comm.nc. the sole owner doing business under the feet to point of beginning. ; Invite to 7:00 pm
I at Southwest comer of you wonhlp with us Wed.Night Service
I said Section 22 and run Easterly along TO: ROBERT HALLRESIDENCE firm name of CAR E EQUIPMENT CO., Rt. Together with all the tenements, Attended Nursery 730pm
the UNKNOWNYOU 1 Box 735 Stark., FL 32091 Intends to hereditaments and appurtenances Pastor
Southerly boundary thereof 39.45 Sunday School ?__._?? 10 ad Ronald Hannah
feet mar. or I..., to the Easterly boundary ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action register said fictitious name under the thereto belonging or In anywise apper Morning WcnNp _._.?____.. 110Evening Asst. Pastor
of Old Lawtey Road, th.nc. North for damages has been filed againstyou aforesaid statute. taming Service ______. tpmWcdn John Leshuk

00'07.. East along said Easterly boundary/ of and you are required to serve a copy Dated this 21st day of March A.D.. .d Youth ........_.......__. 730pm PraMring The Blood/ Vie Bock Bltsstd Hope
700.00 feet to an Iron pip. on the your written defenses If any to It, on 1990. In Bradford County.
Southerly right of way IIn. of Donna the plaintiff's attorney whose name and 3/29 4tpd 4/19
address
Street (also known as Jenkins Street); JOHNNY Is: R. HOBBS, JR. l1f
!thencyrun N VT3V East qJaqo. said, Slptrtikc tLU! (!
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P,A. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Southerly right of way line 371.82 feet to P.O. Box 938 Q QIUZ1'ltru

an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way Starke, Florida 32091 REGISTER ,., .
line of Tom Hall Street (also known as and file the FICTITIOUS NAME '
original with the Clerk of
Pursuant
Church Grad.) th.nc. S 0749' to Section 865.09. Florida
; run W
the
along said Westerly right of way IIn. 2, 1990 above-styled; otherwise Court a (judgement on or before May be Statutes, notice Is hereby given that Ih.und.r.lgned. ip; ''I1D1m'l\!\; '[N\i !ID 1i.1

85.35 feet; thence run N 89*39'East 40.41 entered against you for the may relief P.O. Box 362, Raymond E. Griffin. Jr., / ". ; ,d Nil !C9M' I! IU'I1Ni1)\ \\'JJ 1 1IlilShington
(Hwy 225)) Florida
Lawtey
feet to an Iron pip.on the Easterly rightof demanded the ( .
In
way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun WITNESS hand Complaint.and seal of sold 32058, sole owner doing business under : **'*" K&35&ste'k; ; ; :; .@)
my
N 07*49' I E!along said Easterly right of Court this 26th the firm name of FLEETTECH; P.O. Box
on day of March 1990.
way line 154.50 f..t to an Iron pipe and RAY NORMAN 362 (Hwy 225)), lawtey FL 32058 Intendsto ) .m.tL.llhcrea5 .
register said fictitious name under the
the Point of Beginning; thence continueN
Clerk of Court ,
07*49' E along said Easterly right of By: Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk aforesaid this statute.Dated 21st. day of March A.D., ) ..J",4w/ :',' ;'faJ'S'w/ .jw&/.6/sVwyrryrts:
way line 77.25 feet to an Iron pip.; 3/29 4tchg 4/19 / ''.-',fSK
thence leave said of 1990 In Bradford County. hi/// /
Easterly right
way Control FIRST NATIONAL '
No.421 BANK Or BRADFORD COUNTY
line and run N 8939'00" E 202.07 feet to 4/05 4tpd 4/26

an Iron pipe on the East line of the W 1/2 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Control No.416 .../l7/W/ STARn ."4. '
'of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4; thence run S REGISTER rrr.olmA /mlplfJ"I.'r'IH'I';';'I'J
00'5r02" W along said Easternline FICTITIOUS NAME STATE OF FLORIDA hMIlkl7fillfrl4k;
76.50 feet to an Iron pll1.L; !thencejemmsaid Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE '''7I"/ lplf'nd'/ ,./:;/ ", ,, ;/jm'

East line and run S 8939' W 211.47f..t Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Plaintiff, .#4i"i/////r//ire//i'" '/'I' /.01 /' #. ,/) A/: / r/ .
to the point of beginning.and undersigned, Louis F. Crews, SE 21st St., vs. 'IIt'JJ.7;1',11/0 ::7''I1f1.-/'NPlnp e//"III'I f'" .-; t'II"IY"I>II,'
It further appearing that Defendants Hampton FL and Mike E. Scott, 780 BILLY GORDON GRIFFIS.

John N. Goodman and Diane C. Glendale St., Starke, joint owners, doe Defendant NOID.thmforl' Q% 'I'4/Y'l'1/l. :/ ,, ;. .?IH I n.I <<;//W i1 m1 :
Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jon. cannot Ing business under the firm name of .1Jj"/

be served within the State of Florida; EVERGREEN LAWN SERVICE SE 21st St., NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ,,4.r""mIh:, /"; / /.J. r1lIh ;'; "J. # 'h1u-tf8tJ".II,( ., v.f. "r'"h'l'
that It Is not practicable to serve them Hampton and 780 Glendale St., Starke, ?
personally; and they have not voluntarily FL 32091 Intends to register said fictitious NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. Ken.
ODoeared herein; It Is therefore! name under the aforesaid neth Etherldge, Sheriff of Bradford
ORDERED as follows: statute. County Florida under and by virtue of a
1. Defendants John N. Goodman.and Dated this 02nd day of April, A.D., Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out
Diane C. Goodman f/k/a Diane C.Jones 1990. In Bradford County. of the State of Florida Department of

shall appear In this cause and plead to 4/05 4tpd 4/26 Revenue, In the above-styled cause,
the complaint filed herein on of before have levied upon the following property,
April 30, 1990 or In default thereof the situate, lying and being in Bradford Des testimony tnhereof./5.esi/.Jii/z1//'
In this NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO County, Florida, to-wit: .
Court shall proceed to judgement '
cause to the extent provided for by Sec- REGISTER PARCEL NO. 1: A parcel of land 'lying ,# /:) Z7tb ,,ml/,I' tIAICII ./to
tion 1655. Title 28, United States Code FICTITIOUS NAME In the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Sec.
tlon 29 Township 6 South, Range 22 ,
erved
if Defendants hod.! beer
as laid >
witt(1rocess within $ W fat e frlotf3_..f..-m fMMimnt 7I..ctlon..865.09; FloridaSfaiufes"Matte Eas"* lni">Starke. Bradford County. ..... .. "-. ... ._,Ohirtrc No .22005 ? ? .
'This order" le'publlshed. In dnewspaper *Is hereby given that the Florida; said parcel being more par.
2.
of general circulation In undersigned JAMES A. DILTS, 623Plnewood tlcularly described as follows: Commence D.P.C t;"..;;; ,

Bradford Florida not less than Dr.. Starke, FL 32091 and at the NW corner of said NE 1/4
each County week for six consecutive ERNEST C. VAUGHN 140 S. Thompson of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and run South 1

once weeks prior to the return date herein- St.,Starke, FL 32091 joint owners,doing degree, 48 minutes and 50 seconds East, -
buslnesumder th.firm name of A and A

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turn on 225. mile see signs.
'68 OLDS DELMONT M CONVERT.IBLE. call 964-9208 after 6 p.m. 4 7 through property. spring water on two window, skylights, mahogany .xt. door, sunken tub ceiling fan,

$650. 69 Buk. Regal) body. SUPER SAVER: 14x80 3 BR/2 BA. Delivered SATURDAY. APRIL 21: 8:30: am tit sides 6157229625.$8.000. 615-724-9440 10 or I 2205 sq. ft. living area 1537 s.f. wrap around porch mutt ee to appreciate.Owner .
motor trans good no title $275. Can & Set Up. Only $160/Mo. Call
Bike tools, household items, baby financing to a quallfed buyer. $105,000.
N.. RETIRING? River lots.
be seen at 390 Cherry SiRENTlfeASESAte Mitch or Jim Uncle Roy's Mobile and childrens clothes. White house Douglas Georgia Ocmulgee 700 acres. HuntIng PRESTIGIOUS HOME the city of Starke. 4 BR, 3 BA fireplace, wood floor, '
Home Sales, 904-364-5197. 419 Street. extra. 609 W. Call Street. $125.000
on N. Thompson fishing paradise. Free artisan ... many ,
4 7TWO water security. No pollution, noise COUNTRY CLUB AREAS BR, 21/2 BA Brick home,fireplace, pool hot tub Immaculate
DEL.
1090 DOUBLEWIDE: & SET-UP.
; : FAMILIES: Fri. & Sat. 8-4. House- crime. Manufactured site construc condition $125,000
Call Mitch
ONLY
$178/Mo. or Jim
Undo Roy's Mobile Home Sales 904- hold items,clothes bunk beds dishes tion. Restrictive covenants. Low thir BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME In the Country Club Ar.a. 3/2 with nice 20'x16'deck.
PARTIALLY COMPLETED'' lots more. Go East on SR 16 ((230)) to '
FOR LEASE. 3645197. 4 ties. ((912) 359-2504. 10 Immaculate condition. Priced to ell.
1000 sq ft fast food location across WHY PAY MORE? 1990 28x70 4 BR 2 Flume Road(NE 13th St.) turn on 6th NICE FRAME HOME with,3, Bedroom 1 1/2 bath, on 1.3 acre. Central heat

from KOA/Wal Marts 064-8848 evenings BA. Only $275/Mo. Call Mitch or Joe, Ave.7 (Country Club). Follow signs.GARAGE HOMES I FOR SALE and air. Remodeled 1989. Must..to believe. 41500. .
473-3627 TFN 3 COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR landscaping 3 BR 3 BA
Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales.904- BEAUTIFUL HOMEiGorgeou
W.
0-2. 903
SALE: Saturday.
FOR SALE OR RENT Warehouse/office
: 364-5197. 4 Street. Lots ol furniture FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR 11/2 Bath You mutt ee to believe. Call for Detail!
space: 3000 sq ft. located at Enter- Cypress -
prise Park next to Sunshine Indus 1990 14-WIDE: Only $500 Down $120/ household Items, clothes and much CBhome.Living roomdining,kitchen UNION COUNTY) Immaculate BR/1 1/2 BA Brick home off 100W. Well'
Mo. Call Mitch or Joe. Uncle Roy's large family room w/fireplace and built-
tries. Contact Diane Ely. 064-5204 more. 7MULTIFAMILY manicured lawn with complete MH hookup all on 1 Ac. Creative
Mobile Home Sales, 9043645197. YARD SALE: Saturday in bar. Screened in back porch small financing. "49.9OO
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE FOR
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RENT:Up to 1600 so ft Will remodel 4 only.am til ??On Griffis Loop across pool. Fenced backyard bam w/elec- 'LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot 140'xl40'. Ready to develop.
1080 14x70, 3 BR/2 BA. Del. & Set-Up. trlcity. 964-5647. 16 '
from Grace Church. Double
to suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy Baptist vet today for tomorrow' future.
$750 Down. $190/Mo. Call Mitch or NEAR COUNTRY CLUB: On 3 acres 3 l
301 next to LH Skeeters a Insurance Joe Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales bed, box springs and mattress and BR 2 BA Block home with CH/A. 3 ACRES IN CITY LIMITS With septic tank and well. Fantastic price. Owner' ]
metal household
World. 18007717283. TFN frame $20; furniture financing. Call today for detail.. !".'JOO.
9043645197. 4 woodburning stove. Over 2400 sq. ft
Items,crafts! baby clothes, baby'
137-139 E. CALL STREET: 3500 sq. ft ORANGE PARK MOBILE HOMES: Items adult clothes. Sheets, knickknacks Large lawn. ubl. garage, 2-story barn PRICE REDUCED TO SELL 3 Ac., 3 septic tank. 2 power pole, 4" submerged
ground floor. Loading front and rear.STEEL Champions Skylines andFleetwoods and much more. Three w/shed. $96.000. 964-7450. pump. Reduced from $17,000 to 12000. Great Investment.

Rent option. 356-6849. 3 New & Used. 2726800. 4 couches, curtains, jeans, blinds. 16SELLING 1 1/4 ACRES W/SEPTIC TANK! well power pole and 20'x30' concrete floor,
TRIANGLE STEEL steal BYOWNER: 14x70 Fleetwood.Very good 7 DUE TO HEALTH: 4 BR/2 BA. workthop. Owner financing. Call today for detail
BUILDINGS. INC. Offers rigid condition 2 BR 2 BA.CH/A.Cqll 782- SALWORTH den w/flreplace CH/A 8 ... .
A YARD GOING TOIII! ceiling fans 1/2 ACRE LOT.w/weli. new cyp. garage, 2 utility bldg. old frame haute
and frame steel I buildings all sizes.
: 3525.4 dishwasher fenced backyard; storage and 2 Priced to ell 18900.
AFrom Starke. take Rd. 16 West, 51/ room cottage. -
Sea model center at 646 E.Union.St. .
our
Jacksonville or cal toll free 1- TWO BEDROOM 12X65. Two miles 2 miles. Look for signs. Friday & Sat bldg,/workshop. Walk to schools 20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2 4" well, septic tank 3 acre fish pond |
South 301. 4681878. stores. Aisumable. 064-6877.
on Hwy
8002736072. 3 urday. 7 and many extra Priced to Move.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT next toCourthouse. 4 16MISCELLANEOUS WATERFRONT) 190'on Sampson Lake. 160'on Deer Foot Troll Road 170'deep.
064-7347. days; 064- 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH DOUBLEWIDE w/ 'WANTED' I Great fishing lake. Now''s the time to buy.waterfront property N

4535 after 5 p.m. TFN 3 .carport screened porch on 13 acres. 5 ACRES IN UNION, COUNTY..with handyman !P.iIJ1.u..l! ( .>rLrtussll.;
COMMERCIAL RENTAL: Former convenience Bam storage,shop,fencing and more. "LOOKING'FbFf A FEMALE: BLOOD- Call toddy to make bff6r. A '

store at comer of West 064-8122. 4 HOUND.We have a male,full blooded 1-900-420-9222: Hear concert Informa- TWO LOTS ready to build on beautiful location: Lakewood. ; Estates, a very
Madison and Orange Street*:approximately redbone bloodhound. Would like to tion. All groups/artists from RAP to prestigious neighborhood. Call today for more Information.ONE .
1500 SF building with ample breedfor puppy or If you have a puppy country/comedy. You select the type/ ACRE CORNER Lot on 230-230A. Fantastic Developing Property.

par/JngealBJGnnn/. ; ,8 4-222-7500. for lale. Please call 9645647. location of the concert$2 first minute INVESTMENT BUSINESS FOR SALE Trailer Park. 4 trailer unit rented; 4 lot
', additional minute. 18
"- $1 rented; w/4.5 Ac., 450': well, 9-eptlc tank, olio Inc. 1800 if block home, 3 BR,

2 BA CH/A w/huge fireplace, ep. well & septic tank. Financing available.
? ST. JOHNS RIVERFRONT HOME Beautiful view of St. John. River. Home hat
EDRiSM E BY OWNER 100' of ,riverfront prlv. boat ramp 100' sea wall landscaping I I. gorgeous. !

-Roadfront I I. paved on CR 13, fantastic Investment. Wonderful..getaway,
INSTANT FINANCING '
AFTER HOURS .

.> Mobile Home Lots with well & septic. Sandra Terwlllegar . . . . . . . 964-4211

Qualified buyers No Money Down Anne Terwlllegar Brown. : . . . 473-7541

Building lot in Keystone .......................$5.OOO Debbie Connaughton . . : '-'-:-'-: .'64.-7776* ,

200 Acres In Bradford County ................$,500 Acre Cecelia Terwlllegar'( . . &

e 100 Acres South Hampton.................1.250 Acre

Commercial Building Edwards Road ...-$ 0,000

New 5,000 sq. ft. warehouse south of FOR SALE

Starke for Sale or Lease

60 Acre Farm with 2 houses & barn, Fill Dirti TOP Soil
I EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR fenced with 2 fish ponds

Susan U. Faulkner ORI CAB President e 43 Acre farm with 2.200 sq. ft. home In I Largo or Small Loads of Llmerock

Alachua County.................................$150.000
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc e61/2Adesnear Lawtey........................$15,000

Lake lots in Alachua County Restrictedfor
Located Hwy. 301, 2 blocks South ofC.R. 100 221 Lafayette St j houses only 964.6102 S645823A

["*LAKEFRONT PROPERTYs 3 BR, 2 IA D/W home with garage on Sampson Lok. > 3.000 sq. !to' home on Suwannee River at i

I 46-90 Fowlers Bluff.....................................175.000 A A A A A A A A A A A A
*1 LOTS 75'. 200 EACH on paved road with privileges to George's Lake. 28-90 I

*HOME IN OTVi 2 BR, 2 BA. Could'be made Into 3rd BR on 2 Ac. 590. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY Accelerated "
I *1 BR, it BA DOUBUWIDI MOBILE NOME on 5 acres of land. 211-89 Realty, inc. a
*4.I7 ACRES ON NI ROM Ave. 42-90 Ronald E. Newman 964-6881

*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON US 101 SOUTH: Approx. 2 acres, owner financing.

1 12-90*LAWTIY AREAS 4 Ac. with over 2,0II0.f. home CH/A with screened porch also LAVERN- H* QIITLAWiQUTLAW 9644544Hwy.

I has Income producing 2 BR MH on property. 36-90
1 *BEAUTIFUL WOODED COUNTRY CLUB S/Di Corner lot, priced right excellent 301 S. 1:5t: : a

I terms. 136-89 Starke FL
*la ACRES IN LAWTIYl Priced for quick tale. 175-89 Thinking p| buyinci j, f s iffn'ti'$Jcaifiislj! l ,. UWiSMtMSvHomes

*NICE 1 BR/1 1/11A on 1/2 acre. Fenced lot. 42500. 189-89 '"

*CITY LOT ISOxISOi All utilities available. Excellent area. $12,000 96145 JLotAcreage' ..s/V/aterfront:
I COUNTRY STARTER NOME ON I I/I AC. lawtey area 24x24 workshop, 3/4 BTA3ZZR You Full Service Real Estate Officer A ,
I cleared land. 38-90 >/ arms /CoaimrcIal

1 *1 I.. 1 BA en 1.11 AOIb Steal this ana for 32000. CH/A. 18-90 ,
a COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/1 BA Frame, Combo I
Llvlng-Dlnlna-Kltchen
J *32x60 DOUBLIW1M: On 1 acre. 4 I.. 2 BA, an exceptional mobile home. tti( K.y Elder, MB A a
I$39.900.198-89 w/Snack Bar Den, Screened Porch 3.62 Acre, Pole Born Nice Cleared; [

1 *REDUCTION LAKE LOT REDUCED 5000. Owner anxious to deal 7-90 Spot for Garden. j
11, ACRES IN RIVERMND Owner financing. 147-89 | ;| tMc i! v|.: pr ii. a dry 1403 Room PRATT Nice STREITi Lot. BR/1 1/2 BA CB 8 From., Large Family Room Latine 1

*ALMOST NEW BEAUTIFUL' NICK HOMIi 3 BR, 2 BA In country 146-89
REALTOR NEW BRICK HOMEi4 BR/2 BA Stove, Refrl S
I Dishwasher Sun Deck 2240
LAWTEY ARIA. HWY 111: Concrete: black on one acre. 34-90
111/4 ACRES: ON SAMPSON SF, Well S Septic 1 Acres I
LAUIl Immaculate home. Must see. 173-89 farin III :
LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame, Large Family Room w/Flreplace, CH/A
I
*NEW LISTING 4 Bft. IN-GROUND POOL, call for more detail 31-90
2184 SF has 576 SF Woikshop Landscaped Lot. 1
| EXECUTIVE HOMI en 5 acres. Too good to miss. 181.89 I. -- a
I SEE BEAUTIFUL 20 ACRES 6 ACRES OP WOODED PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porche All RouroJ.2"MSO ,

1 .WAn..ONT.Gremtimeofyrtocheckthl.on.ollt..IR.21/2IA.20689*HAVE A NUMBER OP' DOUSUWIDU In our Inventory. Call for Information. MUST rick* Cedar, E BR, E BA ,ever 2000". MUS T Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed Well A Septic On Paved Rood. I
kneed: pond, t barn, ExtraI l SEA QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA CB
garageMany a Two-Story Stove 8 Relrlg Eld Heat
J *BARBER SHOP (Going Business)with.real estate and equipment. Priced to sell. \ I a
Well t .
Window AC Septic 1 Ave.CHURCH
for .
I Call Irene detail 121-W
1 *1) 1/2 ACRES WITH FARMHOUSE :3 BR. 1 .... Ha 3 poultry barn now being use *ON SR UWi Gorgeous dblwlde, 3/2 CHI,All appl.,pool I m/l ac. S47.SOO STREET 3BR/1BA Frame 8 Brick, CH/A Range,' Relrlg. I
led Best Brick, :3 old 1800 db!. ,. a Dishwasher t Fans, Nice Corner Lot. j a
would need la update house. 162- 9 Area yra. over plus,, go >Many Extra.. S94.000
1 *4.M ACRES With nice doublewlde. Has 1 utility and 1 workshop high dry *Excellent Neighborhood. Stucco 3/2.CH/A FP, rge, rfg. D.W.. S39.500 LAKE GENEVA! 2BR/1BA Frame Screened Porch.'x16 Utility Bldg Well
{land. 166-89 &3 Acre of cleared farm land. Older MH, 2 well. S2.000/ac. 8 Septic.
| *LAWTEYi2BR, 1 BA good rental property, owner will consider financing. 168-89 '* Concrete block 3/1. central heat In Starke. 100x129 lot. $39,000 a TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 IR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home. CH/A, | a
MADISON STREET kind I 'it Lakefront. FI.h. Swim Weekend. << Furnished. Beach Stove 8 Rein Graham Area
Colonial home only one of Its In Starke. 2 acre of og. Sandy $<<,900
tropical plant. and tree*. 2 rental unit Included. 176-89 '* Frame 1400 sq. ft. 4 BR, 1 3IA., large lot. In country $43.000 a HANDYMAN SPECIAL! 2 BR/1 BA Frame Stove Refrlg Nice Lot Good |

*HWY 301 SOUTHi Commercial properly with established business and lovely' I '* Assumable Mortgagel Prick 3 BR/1 1/2 BA. CH/A Rge. Ref., 49900. Rental Property.
|home with many extras ltl-W I '* Highway 16 West 4/2M.\ CH4A, 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. $54,000 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
1 HWY 16 WEST "'-let.3..12 1/2 BA, fireplace and many other extra.! '* In Country Club: Mick 3/2 CH/A All appliance 2 Car garage, 2000 sf. a HWY 301 South 800 Ft. en Highway Plenty of Warehouse Space.
S61.5OO on ana acre. 194-89 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. Corner lot 3/2 CHS A. REDUCED HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with > BR/1 BA CB Home I2,,60 Mobile I

1*NICI SHADED LOT IN TOWNS Apprax. 1600 sq. ft. brick 2 I/ BA. 195-89 '* Bewent Rood: 3 BR/3 BA, All appliance I fireplace. CH/A. 2200 sf on 1 Ac. Horne 40x60 Auto Repair Shop SepHc Teaks.ad 4 Welt w/l'u..... en 11

|40 ACM NICE LAND WITH JI DUO STOCKED FISH PONDS With an established ins| '* Bedford Lake, 2/1 CH a Acre. a
[come, her 2 wall, septic end elece oak*. 196-89 Brick CHSA. 3000 SF In the country on 2.78 acres. .fast Call Street Nice Office Bldg Suitable. far Doctor er Dentist Practice

|*RENTAL :3BR_ I BA, On Crosby lake. Ha dock. $450: Month '* Neat Clean. 2/1, Heat t Air Make appointment to*... 29900. SELECTED PROPERTIES
'* StarkeHlstorlc.Renov.6BR,3MBa,6flreploces.Duplex,1: \ Ac. REDUCED. 40 ACRES- Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tracts, Planted Pines, Near | a

Beautiful story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2\iolo on 36 ocr... lawtey.
',Call One of Our Professionally In Itark.C'. 3/1. DIM, 1200 plus sq.ft.on 110xilO lot. $38 500. a HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy 16W City Water 8 Sewage, Owner Financing

'Trained Stuff Today..964-5069 Mova Up to luxury living: Country Club area'finest ho.....Appointment Only. HOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oak S/D Brooker. 6
Over 6 Acree. Brick 4/1 l/t CH/A. Fireplace pver 2100 ... All appliances. FOUR -ACRI TRACTS Breaker Hwy Frontage Owner Financing.

4/trr/ Jfqurv Can These Realtor Associates: Sir Waterfront Crosby Lake canal. Doublewlde.CH/A.Rge., Ref, $34,000. a THRU 1-ACRI RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker, Owner Financing. 4
it Farm House Barn an:3 ocr...Good area Close to Stark. REDUCED. ,.. ACRES Frontage New River, W.II. Septic
HTM IS.. FltRlYrie=....964-5142 *Cedar Story: 3 BR,31A.All Appl.2 FP. 7 acres Appt. Only I AFTER HOURS

I Dsttl n. Godwta..468-25O3 +,Good Selection of Lake Lots lot of Acreage I Commercial Property ) a I Wayne Douglas-%4-6S 3 Pill Dodo.1647401II

S W*mn Woody'- Ryde=....964-9040 *US 301 South: Largo triple wide,3/2 on 4.5 plus ocra*. $67.000 I Nevis Ward 64-74S4 Sill Ononn. 44-444l
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=A H- PROGRAM COORDlWC; BECOME A PARALEGAL Nationally EXPERIENCED DAY CARE WORKER
'.. ; : --- -- : 17 month grant position. Pri accredited,attorney' Instructed,home W/CPR first aid training will babysit
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'" '" dudes Include operation of book study established 1978,financial aid. time any age. 964-9422.TFN
\ .q./ h ''IOR{: U ttl( : .and programming disabled FREE' catalog, 1-800-660-2555. my ,
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,AS LOW AS' FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.al utilities HAVE FUN Requirements: valid Fla. 2168. Boca Raton, FL 33427. April 30,7-8:30: p.m. Masonic Lodge,
61MS.12$1499 PER MONTH. CALL 88+' paid. From $37.50 up weekly. PRIZES,be an '.license, type 30 WPM 17 Keystone) Height, 064-2017.
ALuMINUM MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut SL For Information, library experience desired;high WE DO HAULING. Any type needed. 17HANDYMAN
NEWSPAPER'PLATES.Maa.ura. Starke, In front of Post Office. 3063. TFN gradual: subject to back Lawn services of all types. Call 782- :Bargain Rate-No Driver
24x38 13KINGSLEY DRIVERS COME and driving record check;' 3084 anytime. TFN 17 Lkwns*. Painting, Plumbing, Electrical. -
.!lnchas.SO each. Great for patching LAKE: 2 BR, 2 BA Double- STAY FOR to lilt 25 IDS. and work flexible 8U-ELS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: Decks Additions Major Repairs.
and
repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135_W. and weekend shifts. Featuring and 25 yra. Experience.Local references.
wide.Central air dishwasher.Private Hunt one of aredrementoommunlty
SLEEPER Call St Stark 12 pier. $350/Week.\ 633-2602 or 752- most successful 00 per hour 28 hrs.a_k.Apply home.Licensed supervision 24-nour Woody Hewitt, 1164-6405./1.17
for
9649317.2 pickup truck, $500. Call 4339. TFN 13 ponies, pays Its person, Bradford County Public a day.Certified nursing asst,first aid. WANT TO BE ON TV? Many average
HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE 3BR/2 BA MOBILE HOME: $225 Month. best..Iarle.in : ,105 r .Jackaon Street,Starke. CPR trained staff. We are a ntll..- men and women needed for commercials
buildings, CaN 7823417. TFN 13 800-643-3331 Closes 5/3/00. 15 mentcommunlty-nota nursing home. and game show oont 'lanla.For
hou.jtoraga... NO DOWN glll'llge.l.gl1Hlftoo, $215 PER MONTH: 2 BR/1 BA.,Single ject to drug : Day shift, micro-hand surgery. Not affiliated with any religious organization. details call (813) 62O-5031.
'301 South, 864-8848 Hwy wide trailer Lawtay, located off 225, DRIVERS: LONG experience preferred. Apply to ..Call Sue today,4682619. '
y 12 TFN12X21 on NW 68th Ave on the ten, has Lakeland Hand Institute Lake Butler tin 17 WANTED: Beginning actors for TV commercials -
CARPORT catfish pond. 3 miles from Junction teams, and phone 1-408-2323. DAY CARE AVAILABLE for senior citizens. ,rnovteextrasandgame show
PAYMENT.Handl!$090.NO House DOWN 301/225 and 2 miles from)Junction 16/ exp. CaN INESAa: a former MarIne Monday Friday. Call Su-EI. contestants. Many needed. Men/
portable 225. CaN 7823417. TFN 13 4668 Mon.-Fri. 468-2610. 17 Women of ALL ages. No experience
J bundlng.j.twy TFN 3012South StarlIe,964.0848 OLIN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home REAL ESTATE can earn extra pay and great ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes required) Details 308-480-4510.!
In the Marine Reserve.
FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY lots for rent, water and sewer furnished .4 weeks.call Corps patchas.eto. Drop off and pick 17THE
FOR SALE for the educational
IN might
cable tv available. 782-3333 Estate qualify up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.864- PHOENIX COOKIE
ROLL Arthur College. bonus :813-605-2024.
Gasklns. 7823140. UnMARYS (new GI Bill) and
TEN3 5587. Pinehursl from
12 INSURANCE : '. Variety across FL only BOO-320-2024. Buy one or a
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for a promotion Incentive. Plus., Southslde Elem. Hwy 100 -TFM
nalllfe ,
Insurance
VARIETY case an easy way to lose weight and
SHOP Sales
back that and
: ,wicker
get pride respect
17PRESSURE
rent Close to prison Can 468-1323. bors of you1lNkek.lt
America works. 17
used furniture
appliances had active duty.All of this and
on
TV"I TFN 13 excellent ) WASHING: Houses, sidewalks LONELY?
VCR's. Try telephone romance the
microwaves, You I
for only one weekend a month
carry(HI.Ahvas looking for such Items. STATE EMPLOYEES,need a home close Opening In : two weeks of annual ,driveways. Roof Repairs.Tree Christian wayl) Meet people 24 hrs. a
training duty.
to your work?We have dean mobile State Surgeon. Call 064-6341.Terry Parks. All
Stop In H you wish to sell something Melgs. Sup ( ) more Information on how you can day. ages. It's so easy'
homes TFN 17 tamin-
available call 468-1323. TFN 3842750. 8
OOO-ee&OBOS. Only $2.QO
304 E. can
SL 064-3250. Eveningscall 13MOBILE ATTENTION your place on the team, call CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free ..- .
boot ute/$1 00 thereafter. 17
964-6813. cal after Marina Reserve recruiter !free
TEN 12 Opm.PADDLEBOAT HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY AT HOME) 1-800-THE USMC. MARINE RE- timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., GERMANYI Can you afford to Invest In
: 5-seater with WATER SEWER,CABLE TV, 2 Ba tial.Details. ((1)) Reserve the owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. the market of the future? Individual
cooler. place on
1 BATH your TFN 17STRICKLAND'S
064-7408 TFN 13
Great condition.$450.CIIII533-2138. 17283. 15 competent advice from consultants,
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY ,CASHIER/CLERK: SEWING MACHINE POB 100224 D 2800 Breman, GerWEIGHT
TREATED WATER, SEWER, CABLE TV. 88+, Grocery, SR 100 15'W SEWING MACHINE OPERA- SALES AND SERVICE: All makes many.17
LUMBER.PLYWOOD GALV. 7498 TFN 13 RAIL CAR : Set sleeves and side seam and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted KEEP THE OFF. CHINESE
ROOFING, hardware, PVC electrical .(One operalion)$1.1 perdoz.,
ONLY$135 PER MO. PLUS ELECTRICITY -' welders with $15. New and used sewing WEIGHT MAINTENANCE HERBS.
,eta Free delivery. Cal collect for : I current 468-2624. %
7 miles 10
prices. production/attendance
Lawtey. Close to stores and Post Kustom Karr + Road)064-6733 TFN 17
South body naturally.Take It off and keep It
of Starke, 4 miles North .. Call 481-4361.
oft Phyllis
Waldo on 301. Office. 7823949.TFN 13 trial Park, Hwy LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK: Need dirt off. Two day sample, send $2. Maintenance -
Stephen Smith lum-
ber and MOUNTAIN RENTAL:3 BR bungalow In Springs FL spread? Lola cleared, fence row 2001 Scenic Hwy.Suite 0-7.
Trustworthy Hardware FreeAIRDCONDITIONERS Silva, N.C.$225/Wkry. For brochure, ELDERLY LADY : Experienced, ful or pushed For free estimates.Give us a Pensacola FL 32503. 17
time, commission. 964-
call 904-752-3053. rent or call at 084-4008. anytime. TFN
13 TURE LADY to "COOKIE DIET: Lose weight eating
5.000 blU Whirlpool TFN 15
I, kaMW$150 SMALL2BEDROOMAPARTMENTOnechild : rent, negotiable. 17LAWN cookies./ Can 9642092. 17
.084-6320 after :10OOOblu$250. no week with 15RETAIL SERVICE:Let us trim your grass, EXPERIENCED MOTHER:Will watch and
1/2 CT. DIAMOND 6pm.FASHION 12 Utilities. Call 964-8491 13 SALES : trim your hedges, weed-eat where care for your Infant In my home.064-
RING,yel- FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM MOBILE retail sales needed,we'll do landscape work.Trim 3521.17
low 4
gold, engagement rings from I/ HOME:Across from Wai Mart Clean, resume to TRAVEL TRAILER SALE/TRADE trees or remove. No Job too small. So ARE YOU INTERESTED IN WORKING
4 1/2 yellow
to
ct and white
Information caD gold. For no pets. Call 964-8810. 13 Drawer A, acre wooded land. Also trade Bad us a call at 064-4008 and give FOR A HOUSECLEANING SERV-
to 5 473-7430 12 Mon.-Fri.0a.m. 2 BA, 2 BATH HOUSE ON 7 ACRES: '15JOB for van. 064-2337.TFN a break. TEN7 ICE? II so, please call Marilyn, 964-
p.m. $300/Mo., $150 deposit. Call 0646261 HOUSEPAINTING ft CLEANING: Call 6539, or write Rt 1 Box 858, Starke,
WHOLESALE VIDEO To The Public.FAX after 5 p.m.or 1-467-2056,a.m. Openings CAMPER: 1975 Bon AIr sleeps Tommy Lewis, The Brush Man'. FL 32091. 17
-CAMCORDERS VCR's AN brands. 13 will train.For A/C and heat. $1800.Good oondl- Qualify work. reasonable rates, free A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE:
Free deHveryl Call 1-600-037-6077 LOW DAILY ft WEEKLY RATES: Clean, ext. 382. Cal 064-5875 after 4 TFN estimates. References avail. uponquest Australian, European, Scandinavian,
with model numbers for p.m. .
your price.BAHAMA comfortable rooms.Kitchenette avail- ATTENTION 964-7527 after 8 p.m.CHILD Japanese high school exchange students -
12 able. Lawtey. 782-3332. 13 AT HOME) 17
TRAILER Al aluminum, In Become
: sleeps
arriving August. a
CRUISE FOR TWO) Reason- 2 BEDROOM HOUSE: After 4:30: p.m., tial. Details(1) eleo. stove and refrig., has air, CARE: After school evenings Host Family/American Intercultural
able. Cal Sheila, 084-7063 or 533- cai1964-8218. 13 3403.15ATTENTION nights and weekends. For mature,
tire.,beautiluUnald $750. Can Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB-
3423. 12 3 BR.FAM.RM.,UTIL RM.,DR.beautiful :' EARN seen at 512 South 064-3728.. reliable, dependable care, call 964- LING. 17 .
HAMMOND ELECTRIC ORGAN:Double paneling new carpet,drapes and vinyl., ,ING TVI $ 8522. TFN 17 ODD JOBS: Home and Business repairs
keyboard, rhythm section, bench. New paint,located on 2 acres,off Hwy tial. Details.. DWAYNE'S PAINTING: Inside and out. and construction. Screened
'$350.064-2767. 12 230. Close/ to Starke. 064-2538. 3493. /5ATTENTION Also Power Washing for hous ..964- decks porches,
CHECK. US OUT! Bedroom suites, $125 13 :EASY 4561.17 also garden ponds call ODD
Up; Dinette Sets,$45 Ip;Bunk Beds, 2 BR CH/A:Furnished$250 Month,plus PAYI Assemble 111 DOCTpR AUTO: Full detail service. JOBS 17 964-8565 or 9649622. TFN
complete$100 Up; Love Seats$50 $200 dep. 964-3595. 13 Details.- Bumper to Bumper. Special 4995.
Up;Couch a Chair$75;Living Room 15ATTENTION Ref. Call 064-4080 anytime.
Suite $195; Day Bed with Trundle, CLEAN,2 BEDROOM APARTMENT:, 1 17
$175 and much more. Fairbanks Stove, refrlg. No pets. $50 weekly, $11.41/hourl For
Furniture ft Antiques,7330 NE Waldo 984832.Does not Include utilities. tory/application
13 I RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Reasonable Rates
Rd. 375-7577. 12"POSTAL 8885, ext. Glamour Bath
days. 15 1 & FREE Estimates

JOBS* Looking COOK: Mon.-Fri., : ORANGE PARK RESSURE

Start at $11.41/Hr sandwich 964-4050 makers HOMES S ? A/ft

For exam and application info.. Check the a.m. & 1a p.m. 272.6800 tIoLET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK +

Call H219)-836-8157 ext 562 Qt

8 to 8 (CST) 7 days cassi4ecs1anyone W. specialize In
Houses, Pools,Trailers, Concrete, Businesses, Etc.
POLICE OFFICER NO JOB IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL


: A heat : Starke Police Department is now taking RANDY 064-3477/064-5601 THOMPSON STEFAN 782-3750/064-0066 WHEELER I I
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ump'h fioJm applications for the position Police ..

OHtcer. TVIusT Ge ilfyears: of age, Certifiedas .c. ,. ,iLs} :..:::.: -.rt-r_: r: 1

will feel Jt OlJ. Police officer by the State of Florida, I PROFESSIONALS RESTAURANT ,
YOU'RE INVITED!
have high school diploma 'or equivalency,

neat in Applications lot .
comfortablewith appearance. Wendy's Open House

: available at Starke City Hall. On-Site Interviews

Dates -
Wednesday,April 25th ,
l Times
-
-" HERITAGE VILLAS 6-9 p.m. : Request '"

i In lets bauW the Tna provide*'XL .11m1 ; Available for Immediate Occupancy You,the professional Fort who { FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL

w efogmbt Beouist the XL 1 and 2 bedroom apartmentsRent wants to move ahead with a L iGEORGEiORUOHNi! :
,
,J llIIilI 1300 Msthatrao*beat pump Is bided by*n exduih manufacturer's 10 yar ;
I Fl IIIlIi Itai .wnntyonb<>ditiieeainpnseorandeod.plus2jreamonpaits. And from $220. plus utilities company that cares! K ((964-9505 jj
the super huh!!rfUcocjr help*reduce jrour cnerfrusafe,ill nar loot Where
Cd tY'aq fer sun bill on the XL 1300 beat pump. tatncto: it mOtSk. Handicapped units available Wendy's,Starke,
Rental information and applications available at the 631 Walnut Street

ftIUIr COWARTAir ,rental office 607 Bradford Court in Starke Sea you there!

Mon.-Fri. 9 to 5:30 PM or call (904)) 964-6216 Your Future
Looks Bright...

Conditioning Contractors ,.. E UAL HOUSING OPPO igTUNrTYc If you are willing to
CACO37836i work hard to learn our
1984-80251 a ,94"w business, opportunity is
wvouad. W. over 1a years.
t. [ : : :_ youral We are currently

seeking management
trainees with 1-2
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l to Join our

R CR 229 it N.W.28thSt. Starke 964-6133 'E.H.E. Ream I' in Starke


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___ t 922 E. Brownlee vacations,promotions

\ JK i Camp Star e. FL 3091. compensation and from outstanding within, tree(up meals to ,

TREEAND STUMP 964-7133 $21,000).

2 & 3 BR family oriented, with If you have a desire to
3. REMOVAL laundry& large playground. succeed,come by andsee

. ,',' ', ', ,', .' ,', ". r us:

,,.. fLtCC11.Sed 7. ,& [ 41$ trt rl ,;': FREE Rent 30 Electricity:of your first monthly month.Income Wedned'ay,AprlSf 25th

If qualtty. ..
you
I.If u earn 3.38 per:hr., 40 bra. a On-SIt.Inv rvlews
j' .9'64'93"0'0": week ft have 3 dependents your Starke Wendy'.,
rent would be about $1 13 a.month 631 Walnut Streak
'I'N or$3.73 per day for days left In the
month, fOr move-In after the Drat.fied .
The Census Single Accepted.
f.f ,' Work For ;;;;-ln coat can be .low aa tiI I
$lO.pO lou Income

: :And Help Every sHoualnfl a/Rent your jar fhcom 30**

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The US.Censti Bureau b hiring census: taken fat the 1990 I DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY

y, Census.Your effort In this vital task could help contribute to

national l and local improvements while gaining new,skills for your- 864 6Weescends:964-7578
'if ,self. i Eves

: 1 You'll work In an area dose to home,checking mailing addreasen
3 'delivering questionnaires,and conducting on-the-spot: interviews, Well Drilling -

The job will last from two to eight weeks,the hews are flexible Residential &
$.24/mile allowance. Irrigation ,
-and the,pay.is$6.00 per hour car
: t
I J If you are at least 18 yean old,or a high tie choofienlor, contact the I
f u.s.Census office Alachua (904)33 <150 or In' 1
I Bradford and .And if you are fluent In a';'
.
I ,' Ineand
language other than may be some special opportunities Pump

v open W: you. employer.CENSUS Sales &
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4/12-4/26 / 4/19.

II MONTH. : r Try our new Travel Mate Micro Computer Nowl.wkly...,

I 4tchrg
Rlghrnow. ottitieverybeMwowcoflditkxwffor Sewing Machine and .WELL
I oveiyirpoll price.Ju 16.90 per monih man W.II opening
for,3, monIhs. plus 1NIoIIorIon Coil Culligan 1 Save $100.00 Inch water ,
I today about it*/limited"_Mai offer: good
vlc. Butler Ap
tatlons- Butler, Fl.

.18003429084avu Let us take care of all your alterations., repairs._ ( ) EXCELLENT

After 6 ) at home.
I II Come in and when ... .. ( ) W-9127.
I see us you are doing your 2/22 then/
I 1 1I laundry at our adjoining laundromat. '!SPILL DIRT READING
0 pole,well poten
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I i Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary p.m. -
331.Keystone from
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FURNITURESOFA -FOR SALE -- 4/26.earn* top

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AND-Loveseat. Beige w/blu. SATELLITE SYSTEM-Repossessed due todlvorce..1I11 will train,
GENEVA
isoO gray, no pets/kids. 3yrs old. Asking under warranty. Nothing ( example:
DR. ....
$350. 4732867. 1tchg4 19 down. $39/mo. 1.272.1031.4tchg45.1219.26 )good
garage 255
I HELP WANTED SATELLITE SYSTEM.Like n.w, 6 mo. old / --- FL 2t.hrg.
w/scrombler. Nothing down. $49/mo. ocres. $-
i
CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-We train. Call 1272.10111.4tchg.c.512.19.26 2644)193
Dean Weaver, Watson Realty Corp. CONDO-Geneva Sprlng-2BR/2BA last .. $ -
'i I REALTORS, 473-4816 or 475-2272. one built by builder Bud Emery, LR/ en Lake
6mochg-11-30-5-30 DR. Kitchen and Utll. Room, Garage. Sat. April
LIKE CHILDREN-Substitutes needed at 4752052. a.m.-UM. p.m. 473-2919. Ftpd419'S household
Midway Learning Center. Call 4tchg4-5-12-l9-26 LUXURY !
4752132. Itchg4-19 LUXURY CONDO-End Unit' 3BR/2BA, Utll.
INSURANCE SALES-Excellent career op. utll.' room. ,.. garage,' screen porch _
portunlty training..and b.n.flto-: over leskNtg .n.vrSpring.M$64tOQO'-: 473-5421.
$22S-$350 weekly. Western"Southern, 475-5422. 4tchg4.5/26 HALNMOON :
Life. 3765811. 4tchg4-l9-26-3--10 12x60 MOMLEHOME-3BR, Fair condition, yard. W/D lob. No
FULL-TIME-Halrdresser wanted for good r.ntallncom.. 2000. 4732180.. ficient. $ motor.
.
Joyc.'* II In Miller Shopping Center. Itpd4-19 quired.
4734940. 1tchg4-19 G.I. 20 Cu.Ft.-Freezer. $150. 4734148. Height., door good

TO HOW O ;I CERTIFIED Concession UFEGUARDS stand supervisor: $4,25-$6.$5-$6. CHAMPION 1tpd4-19 DW-24x52 38R28AA... 'PURNISHE1 473-2857 take 964-6713 aver,

FASTGETTHKS YOU CAN Salary depends on experience. Key- 11800.Take over pmts.Will 228mo.mo... Balance 475.25974tpd419.26310' Due:]: IBR. All cor,
stone Beach, Memorial Day weekendT SINGLE O.B.O.
T through Labor Day weekend. Dead- OWNER-FIN ANCINO-3BR/IBA "home MAN.
DONE o line for applications, April 30 1990. / mate'' K
lake access near Melrose. 1500. so ft.' BUS 5'?.
City of Keystone Heights 473-4807; with deck and porch. CH/A peaceful condition,
g IN THE 655 S. Lawrence Blvd. P,O.Box 336. fireplace, carpeting, energy efficient pump and new 3. Itchrg.
; Keystone Heights. FL 32656. f.need.43.00Dnothlng! down. App., to 930: .
0 NOTICE $400/month. Call 4752457. Ask for.. heat air, Amos. 2tcha4-19-26 offer.


I I o ClASS\HfDS\ I I o ,, I, ,CLASSIFIED unless In to credit writing th.ADVERTISING Lak.Is and already R.glon paid should Monitor In establishedwith advance b.submitted office GREAT HOMES LOCATION FOR-Country SALE"decor PAY between I after DOORS 6:00

I II I this office.MONITOR 2BR/2BA CB Home w/flreploce. completely deserve a like new
I remodelled In 1988, assumable. for you. I
I 0 0 : STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
VA loan. Call today Sue Still 4730723.R.d"arnRlchard.on Robin -
: I Io RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Realty Inc.,
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
.m I THE TELEPHONE. 4731136. Toll free 18009400036.: |lust
4tchg4/5-4/26 1ING
Classified deadline I I.11:00 a.m. Tuesday -
FOUR IEDlt OM.Two Bath Living room,' p.m.
prior to Thursdays publication
Dining room den, eat-In kitchen American
Minimum I for words.then .
charge$3.50 13 BR Mobile
CM/A. Stucco.
Normandy Section of
ROOfiNG
IS for each additional word. 1 ,
Increase cents 4 In. well
: Jax. Call 19044732341. 1tpd4-12
: your r.p.m. If bill. are mailed out, there will be a reasonable lake
I HIGHWAY 100-1 mile East of Keystone 473-2977 ( )
$3.00 billing charge. Rd.
Bryan
2BR/1BA. TRACTOR
Height $30,000. 876-5176
Mailing address: P.O. Box' 1171, : buyer
i (responses per message) blade and
; Keystone Ht., FL 32656 _ANIMALS_ *>.. ? or leave

with a well-placed ad today! AUTOMOBILESTRUCKSIIACCEPTING FREE-Pygmy 4730471. Itcho4-l9 goat to good home. JACKICS Office. Without Coun

_. heavy .
bid on 2 Ford 4/19.
,
I I, F-350. One 4-door Dully.. 1988, dels) WANTEDCAIPOOL.Between -.
Let Us Put Your In lONI CALL-
Message motor, 45,000 miles, and one F-350 .1. S
I ''i, w/12 ft. box van Truck being sold by : Keystone and MASJox. Rob.rt pointing
II I Federal Bankruptcy Court. For Information 7:30: to 4 > leave Keystone at 6 .4730713.
I call Campbell' Auction Service. lI.m. Call 4734470. Itchg4-19
6,000 Homes in Bradford County 473-7028. 3tchg4.519 r. _j BR mobile
week.
per
1961 JEEP KIZER-I ton 4X4 pickup. YARD SALES 4 In. well.
I p.m. -
Original 327V8. White spoke rims-
lake
2,400 Homes in Keystone Heights Brlagestone Desert Dueler tires. Run' TOOLS-Clothes, crib, misc. Highway 100 MATURE'In I Bryan
great. $1500. firm. 4737574. ltpd4/12-< to Keystone Oak Drive. Follow Sign ,-. homey qualified
ltchg419RoomFurniture.- --Friday! and Saturday, B-4.:..jtpcU-19 'FLOOR. 5 or leave
1,800 Homes in Union CountyFor 1I 1I 1--
LEVEL?
2
OR SALE .I your $160 BA per
I ; :::' at Uncle
'' Septlo '
Classic 78 Honda
I It
only $3.50 for 1st 15 words and auv iOMy iBi Goldwing 1000. g54-81 prices : Mitch set up or
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Brand New Nevtfr .
Good Condition .
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150 for each :additional word. $120 per
I' .. 1 New Tires; or Jim at
!197s 16Vi
We that will AM/FM, CB, Full Meter [ '., 1990
guarantee
phone
: your I II Dress $1,200.Ca114852718 -- month..

I ring. Call Eves. *14X60 up-

I .. only $10
:
1 .1 I ---- Mitch at
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|lust / /26.

I 964-6305 473-2210 496-2261 I PUBLIC AUCTIONCity 'TROOPING/ -
;}
I Sylvia Betty Gail of Jacksonville, Fla 475-2977 ( )

,I 10 A.M. Wed. April 5,11990 ,DRYWALL/ ld be sub-
Times of-
'
, advance
, 200 AUTOS & TRUCKS .. .

Serving you for 110 years 700 Lots of Surplus' :; Equipment 473-7574._-. BE HELD .
nl _.. IN
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1096 N. McDuff Jax, Fla I AAANO weekend OVER

: Inspection AM -.4 PM,Tues., Apr. 24 \.-$ I S
UNION COUNTY TIMES .
SUMMER
for$3.50.
I MeDougall Auction Co. AB17 agelloy.- .. ...
LAKE REGION MONITOR 475-3606. male
ril. Very friendly. Call 496-2106 after
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April .'. 1190 TELEGRAPH PaellA

*wBBBaaatBiiauaemsauaamaamaaauai eeeded final effluent of Summary Administration has been
4/19 (ont. No.457 application after having two public NPDES permit
Itchg P.O.;,Number' 3920 hearings advertisement end posting.All limit for 9-Day Biochemical) Oxygen D- entered In the estate of GROVER P.

person Interested In thl.application maid (July-Sept. 189, Nov. 1989-Fb. JACKSON deceased File Number

[Legal Notices NOTICEAPPLICATION are hereby given notice of time and 1990) and Ammonia (a Nitrogen) (Nov. 90-20-CP. by the Circuit Court for Clay

; FOR REZONING plot far the two public hearings required. 1967-Sept. 1989, Nov. 1989Jan. 1990)) County. Florida Probate Division the
The facility It located at the Florida Slat address al which Is P.O. Box 698, Green

ha mad Director, Prison Star Rout 16. NW of Stork In Cove Springs. Florida 32043 that the
Rosa Mae Huchkison application -
total cash value of the Is
estate
Zoning B Planning Bradford County Florida.
State of FIoldaDeportment within 14 day of publication of this to the Bradford for County redoestfka-Zoning Stork..Florida Itchg 4/19; Cont. No. 460 S24, 8S.OO and that the names and ad-
B Planning Deportment dre.... of those whom has
of Environmental llchp4/19 Cont.No.4S5 to It been
General Counselat ;
notice In the Office of described below
tlon of the property :
Regulation the above address of the Deportment. from RSF-1 to RSF-MH "Parcel No. P.O. Number 27S2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE assigned' by such order are:

NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT Failure to petition within the allowed J6014-0-00000 m Section 25.Township I"flange EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Patricia Ann Scholl
Th. Department of Environmental PUBLIC NOTCi BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 1221 South Daisy Lane
time frame constitute a waiver of any 22 East Approximately 2.93
Regulation give notice of Its Intent to U.S. Environmental Protection CASENO.90175CAIN N.w Palestine. IN 46163
right such person has as a party ta this located 5 mile off SR 100 en 21-B Agency
Issue permit ta Mr. D.V. Lu.bk. Plant proceeding. Any subsequent Intervention acr. Region IV.Facilities Performance Branch RE: The Marriage of All persons are required to til. with

Manager, E.I. DuPont de Nemours t will only be at the approval of the on This the proposed right. change In classificationI 149Courtland Street. N.E. GRANVILLE BERNARD JOHNSON. the clerk of said court WITHIN THREE
Company, Inc. MoMvllle Mine, for the Atlanta,Georgia 30363 Husband CALENDAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE
presiding officer upon motion filed pursuant I subject to a public hearing to be held
Conceptual Approval of mining heavy to Rul. 28-9.307. Florida Administrative before Bradford County Zoning Board on PUBLIC NOTICE NO. CWA-IV-90-313 and FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all
mineral DATE 19, 1990 claim against tha estate In the form and
on an approximately 7200 acre Code. at 7:00 P.M. at ) April LISA KATHLEEN JOHNSON.
Tuesday April 24. 1990.
tract along the ,west side of U.S. The application I* available for public Stark. Hall.209 NOTICE OF PROPOSED ADMINISTRATIVE WUa. manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of
he Council Room of City
the Florida' Statutes and Rul.5.490 of lb.Florida .
Highway 301 between Highland and PENALTYASSESSMENT NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
Inspection during normal businesshours Florida. At
N. Thompson Street, Starke
Mqxvllla In Bak.,. Bradford Clay and AND OPPORTUNITY TO : GRANVILLE BERNARD JOHNSON Rules of Probate and Guardianship
Boo: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday this time all parsons, both for IItMtogaln.t.
Duval Counties. Th. Department hoe COMMENT 603: N.E. 4th Av.nu., Apt. "D", Procedure.
through Friday except (legal holidays, at this proposal shall b* heard assp.clfiad
assigned Ill* number 172342 to this prolect. Department of Environmental Regula In the Bradford County Zoning This I I.to glv.notice that the U.S. EPA Gainesville. Florida ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO

| lion Northeast District Office 3426 Bills Codes. Th Zoning Board will make a Rglf' IV. I I. proposing to assess an administrative YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

A person who* ..ub.tantiallnt""I'a' Road Jacksonville, Florida 32207. recommendation to the Bradford County penalty for the following for dissolution of marriage and Publication of this Notice hoe begun

affected by the Department'* praopoled Itchg 4/19; Cont. No. 641 Commission this application at their facility. Any person wishing to comment other relief ha been flied against you In on April 12, 1990.

permitting decision may petition prescheduled on hearing to b* heldW.dneaday. an the proposed penalty order must sub the obov-tyld Court and you are required Myron C. Prevail, Jr.AttorneyP.O.
- administrative hearing -- mit written comment to the to of written Drawer 790
for an proceeding ( .M. Hearing servo a copy your
.
16, 1990. at 7:30
) In accordance with Section 120,37, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR May of Bradford Clerk Identified below within thirty ((30)) d..n.... If any to It. en TERENCE M. Keystone Heights, FL 32656
the CammlMlone Room *
Florida Statutes. Th* petition must contain REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO In Florida. At day of the dot of this notice and serve BROWN ESQUIRE. Terence M. Brown, Telephone: ((904))473.49934I22tchg
Courthouse Stork,
,
the Information set forth below and THE LAND USE PLAN County a copy of the comments upon each par ,.A.. Post Office Box 40. Starke Florida 4/19

must be filed (received) In the Office of An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive thl. time will,make the Bradford the final County decision: Commission on the ty. The Respondent may request a Hearing 320910040. on or before the 21st day of Control No.450

General Counsel of the Department at land Use Plan Element and. application, after having two within twenty ((20)) day. of receipt of May. 1990 and file the original with the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH

2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee, Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance proposed advertisement and the notice, sent by mall, by sending a Clerk of this Court. either before service JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
hearing,
local) public
Gov.rnmentCompeh.n.lv.
Florida 32399-2400 within 14 days of with the written request for a hearing to: on the abav.-named attorney or Immediately
All Interested In this BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Act of 1975 o.provided posting. persons
publication of this notk. P.tltion.rshall Planning notice of Regional Hearing Clerk thereafter, otherwise a CASENO:90166CACOMMUNITY
for In Chapter 163 of the application are hereby given U.S. EPA IV default will be entered for '
moll a copy of th* petition to the tint and place for the two public hearing Region against you STATE BANK
applicant at the address Indkated aboveat Florida Statutes 343 Courtland Street. N.E. the relief demanded In the Petition. OF STARKE,

the time of filing. Failure to Ha a petl- TO: All Citizen, Taxpayer and other required. Director Atlanta Georgia 30365 WITNESS my hand and official ..olaf Plaintiff,

lion within this period shall constitute a Interested persons. B Planning, ((404)347-2140) : this Court on the 11th day of April 1990. v.
You and each of You or. hereby and Zoning
waiver of any right such person may Bradford County If the Respondent requests a hearing RAY NORMAN JACKIE B. RIVERS,
herewith given notice In accordancewith then those who have commented Clerk of the Court
have to request an administrative determination person Defendant.
436
4/19 Cont. No.
(hearing)under Section 120.57, Florida Statutes that the Board of Itchg P.O.; Number 3920 during the thirty ((30)) day comment Y:Tosher Allen. Dep.Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO

Florida Statutes. County Commissioner of BradfordCounty period will be notified of the hearing TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE : JACKIE B. RIVERS ADDRESS

Th. Petition shall contain the following Florida have designated the and may appear at the hearing to TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. UNKNOWN. '

Information: (a) Th. name address, Bradford County Zoning and Planning NOTCEAPPLICATION present evidence on the appropriateness Attorney for Wife YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action i
Board to conduct a public hearing at a of the proposed penalty Pest OHIo Box 40
and telephone number of each petitioner FOR REZONING for damages has been filed againstyou
the applicant' name. and address regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the ...._t. The final Administrative Stark., Florida 32091-0040 and you are required to serve a copyof
Council Room Stark City Hall Stark.. order will be Issued after das ((904)) 964.8272
th. Department Permit File Mundorff ha mad. application Penalty your written defenses. If any to It, on
Number and the county In which the pro.l.ct Florida on Tuesday. April 24, 1990. and Wayne the Starke Zoning i PlanningDepartment of the thirty ((30) day comment period Florida Bar Number: 0289612 the plaintiff attorney who. name and
make a recommendation to the CountyCommisslon.rs to unless. hearing I I. requested by 4/19"tchgSIO.Conlol .
was proposed: (b) A statement of for redosslflcatlon of the a public address Is:
and the Board will consider
how and when each petitioner receivednotice described below train R-1C to the respondent requiring d.lay In Issuance No.4S9 JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.
Wednesday, May 16, 1990, at property
on of the final order.
of the Department's action or proposed Parcel No. 03749-0-00104 In Section Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A.
the Room of the Bradford RP:
Commissioner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
order
action (c) A statement of how Copies of the proposed penalty P.O. Box 938SIok.
; Located
East
6 22 ,
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida 28 Township Range be obtained from the regional office FOR CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA
each petitioner' substantial Interestsor Street Starke, Florida. lot may .. Florida 32091
639 Laura ,
at 7:30 Ordinance relating to: at PROBATE DIVISION
affected by the Department' actionor : p.m. an at the address listed above or by and file the original with the Clerk of
Th. of the following described No. 7 of Block 36. I'll. No.9O-2Q.CP
proposed action; (d) A statement of retonlng This change In classification contacting Leonard Dongerf laid at (404)) the above-styled court on or before May
and amending the Comprehensive proposed IN RE ESTATE OF
property The Administrative Record Including :
the malarial facts disputed by Petitioner be held 347-7428. 16, 1990, otherwls a ludg.m.nt may bsentered
to
Land Us. Plan to provide I I. subject to a public hearing submitted the GROVER P. JACKSON.
Information
by relief
If (.) A statement of facts against for the
you
any; that land currently zoned OR anddesignated halo,. Stark Zoning Board on Thurs
Is fll. at the EPA office
contends warrant Respondent on Deceased.NOTICE demanded In the Complaint.
which
) petitioner 1990, at 7:00 P.M. at the
Rural beeEoned day. April 26.
by the plan as Open TO CREDITORSTO
reversal or modification of the Depart.m.nt' 209 N. Identified above. Th. file will be open WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold
Hall.
Council Room of Starke City
and Industrial HAVING CLAIMS OR
designated ALL
to PERSONS
ILW
action or proposed action; (f) A Street, Stark., Florida.At this for public Inspection between B:00 a.m. Court on this 4th day of April 1990.
statement of which rules or statutes Light i Warehousing, the property Thompson ,and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.In DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE RAY NORMAN.
for and
all both against
of Richard Slad., described as tlma persons ESTATE:
the matter of Florida State Prison Clerk of Court
contends reversal or
petitioner require follows: Parcel No. 04724-O-OOOOO. In this proposal shall be heard a*specified Florida Dept. of CorrectIons 1311 You ore hereby notified mat on Order Clerk
modification of the Department's actionor By.: Marie Dyal. Deputy
Code. Th Zoning
In the Stark Zoning
22:
East
Section 6, Township 7, Rang.
Wlnewood Boulevard. Tallahassee,
proposed action: and (g) A statement Approximately 3 acres 160'xeOO' located Board will make a recommendation to V V 1.MMM..M .MMM V.... .M V ei Florida 32399-2300, EPA Docket No.
of the relief sought by petitioner, stating this
the Stark. City Commission on ap-
3 miles South on U, 301. IV
CWA-IV-90-313.! the U.S. EPA Region
.
lb.D.partm.nt
the action wants scheduled
precisely petitioner ATTICCONSIGNMENT
You are further given NOTICE that a plication at their regular to administrative
to take with respect to Ih.Department' set for Tuesday May 15. 1990 propose assess an
hearing
I
copy of said proposed ORDINANCE penalty of $100.000 for violations of Na-
action or proposed action. avallabl. for your Inspection at the office at 7:30 P.M.. In the Council Room of tional Pollutant Discharge Elimination
If a petition I I. filed the administrative Starke Hall Stark.. Florida. At this
Planning City
and
of
of the Director Zoning System (NPDES) Permit No. FL00382<45. SHOP
hearing process: Is designed to formulate time, the Stark. City Commission will
City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, The wastewater treatment facility ..-
agency action. Accordingly the Depart Florida. make the final decision on the proposed
ment's final action be different from
may Each and having any Interest
.v.ry person
the position taken by It In this Notice. of this
SALE
whatever In the enactment MASSIVE MOVING
Persons whose .ubltonliallnl.'I. will proposed ORDINANCE should appear Need An Electrician?

be affected by any decision of Ih.D.portment and be heard at the time and place
with regard to the application call DAN WAINWRIGHT \ 101 Commercial Circle
prescribed. Lowest Prices
hove the right to petition to becomea Board of BRADFORD COUNTY -36 Yr..Experience! SAM pes PJectrka1: Wbrk i Across from Keystone Post Office

party to the proceeding. The petition COMMISSIONERSBradford / single&3 Pliers ly PricedWork In Town 473-0274

must conform to the requirements County. Florida ........................................._ _' ".'%5*M...re,..ewe.-W4M.NMye.-
specified above and b* filed (received)
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Notices.. .... _

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH r PRICES

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR i
BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA !
CIVIL ACTION NO; 89-383-CA
FNB PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida .,\ LARGEST

v.corpora Plaintiff lion. 91 tV SELECTION I


ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR., a/k/a FRANK e
YOUNG: Th. Unknown Heir, Devl_.. -- A -
Grant.., Assignees llenori SUTTER Gallo
Creditor. Tru.t... or Other Claimant HOME
claiming by through under or against W-. VERMOUTH
ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR.. who I* not ZINFA NDEL SWEET OR DRY
known to b. dead or ally.; BAILEY '
ADVERTISING; ELZIE S. SANDERS and DAY uuS J 79 199 T f,
SANDRA P. SANDERS his wife: and II
7 ML LOCAL ADVERTISED
750 ML 750
ROYAL CHARGE IT -
APPLIANCE
MFG. Defendant
CO.; SALE 1j rv
*. v AT ABC 1 w CS.OF 12 r$45.48 CS: OF 12-$23.88 E P ICI $

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice I I. h.r.by given that pursuant
to an ord.r or a final judgement of 1 1 I I /
foreclosure entered In the above-
captioned action I will cell the property Q'LAGRANDrE' ICE CRYSTAL
CLEAR
Ituated In Bradford County. Florida Gilbey's BOMBAY BACARDI TARKOV
described a*: AMBER OR SILVER
Parcel On.: Lot 3 of Block I of VODKA CUBES VODKA
y RUM
HIGHWAY ADDITION to Stark.AND Lot Gt\! 375 ml bottle alLa .
1 of Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East I Grande Fusion 699 '"'"
146 feet and EXCEPT East 84 f..t of 1 0 79 9750 French Liqueur I :fta 85 C LARGE ; 14 99 4 99
1.75 heart-shaped
-
North 41 feet; and Lot between Block B LTR. ML BAG (9<1;..w 1.75 750 ML'
and E, EXCEPT East 84 feet; and lot 2 of LTR
Block E, EXCEPT 146 feet, and North 2 CS.OF 6 $64.74 CS. OF 12. $119.88 CS. OF 6. $89.94Seagram's CS. OF 59.88

f..t of lot 3. Block E, EXCEPT East 146
f..t ai plat of N.J. Jon*Addition to the Gilbey's i ABSOLUT Stoiichnaya

Town of Stark. Gin !1
Parcel Two: Situated at 331 Clark 80 VODKA 80 VODKA
Street Starke. Florida and described a* : I 179 12.99 SALE Gin. KAHLUA COFFEE 1.75 26.99 1.15 19.99 SALE
follows Th. lot, of I MFR LIQUEUR LTR.
: piece or parcel LTR LTR
land situated In the County of Bradford. .. .:: -3.00 REBATE 91 3.00 a,

State of Florida, known and described a* .rh 1 99 7" IRISH MISTBAIIEY'S ff 16.99 23 7.76 16799 :

follows: to-wlt: East 84 feet of Lot 1. .a'! IRISH ff 12.99 LTR. RElATE
Block E a* per map or plot of N.J. Jones __ CS. OF 77.94 CS. OF 12.$92.50 r alMpORT CS. OF$143.94 CS.OF 6'$119.94
Addition a* recorded In Deed Book N at I M
OIIISTWIIROS. 15.99 .
Page 379 of the current public record of \ ( 4 IIWIOY SCHMAMlPIr.

Bradford County Florida. ALSO beginning Clr MEXICflNATSCUtlA W SCunlEUCMFCIT80( 15.49 Smtlno1 ''-
at NE comer of said Lot 1 Block E and :

run Northerly and parallel with Clark GIN W HENNESSYVSGLENLIVET M 16.99 80 VODKA VODKA
Str..t 52.S f..t more or I... to South WHITE
Ide of Block B of N.J. Jone Addition, 99 1
OTCH B? 19.99 .
th.nc. run Westerly along South ilde of 24 176 1199 1 + 1499 999
.
aid Block B, a dlitance of 84 feet '-"r' '
LTIt. .
th.nc. with Clark JUG'JWINI: 'SALE: ;., ,: : I![ ni f'HJI
run Southerly parallel CS. OF 6 S146.50 CS. OF 71.94 m .
Street a distance of 52.5 feet more or CS.OF 6 $89.94 CS.OF 6 $59.94

less to North edge of laid Lot 1 of BlockE L I I I Carlo Ross::: L',. 5.39 Gold Seal NA u..t-. M 4.99 I
thence run Easterly along the North
side of said Lot 1 of Block E a distance of cNNILIrrUIIc5FDRO1E, M & R WMANR Am t. 9A9
84 f..t of all In Wamro1 Gallo YIN ROSF SHIN! PINS
to point beginning being n LU 3.79
exutls a/usK.uROUNOr TEACH i
SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 28 Township 6 CALVERT Great Western ft 5.99 JB
NFARIV
South Range 22 East. CANADIAN W&if Gallo UROUNOr" ...........
w".ANt JO."I NttlNN"LTR.. 4.99 'PwnmerytGrenot"?' ft 21.99 ""
Parcel Thr.: All of Lot Six and the 12 99 8 49 SCOTCHLORD
1.75 SALE 750 SALE NNmDNrANOFL wHISKIftors
South SO feet of Lot Seven of Block One.of 4
HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of gIYEAT LTR3.00 ::AT1 ML1 SO :BATE Gold Seal ,, :T:WHIR LTR. 3.79 Tattinger twcY nMil E L 65.99 .
Starke, according to the plat th.reofr.corded 23 999AFTER
.,
In MN 1.75
AFTER
In the office of the Clerk of the 9.99 REBATE 6.99 REBATE MondaVISAUVIO'OHIlLAH 7.49 KorbelDRY ft 9.99 LTIt. ML

Circuit Court of Bradford County In Plat CS.OF 6-$77.94 CS. OF 12 -$101.88 WNITEDNrANDta CS. OF 6.$139.95 CS. OF 12BLACK' -$119.88
Book No.2, page 16. .
8l !:.l.]J
at public sale, to the highest bidder
for cosh. In the lobby of the Bradford CANADIAN 1O.IVf. WI.Michelle --. 7110 ML 8.99 ltJe' IngELYET B &.IJ L
County Courthouse, In Stork.. Florida, PREMIUM 8U La F rancesca.ALIIIUCIUA' 7&0 ML 2._'Jo '7 l "=-."
at 11:00 a.m.. on the 26th day of April THE PREMIUM IS IN THE Sutler Home SSSS" ft 5.49 12YRpSCOTCHAunltnroAO
1990.WITNESS 1.75 12.99 SALE BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE Sandemon POlITI 7M? 12.99 S FROM GLENUVET SCOTCH
my hand and official teal thl*. LTR3.00 RE&1T1 Beaulieu
:= M 8.99
Sth day of April, 1990. fl9! Jadov YMNLIOEs ML 7A9 1399 1399
RAY NORMAN. 9.99 AFTER 1.76 t e 760
Clerk of the Circuit REBATE LTR. Black Tower r6AU.LCN LTR 7.29 Beringe. == ML 10.99 ML
Courts,
By: Carol William, Dep.Clerk CS. OF B -$73.50 CS. OF 6-$80.94 Inglenook' M 9.99 CS. OF 12-$15 ..95CS..OF 6-$83.94
Mouton Cadet .
Fred H. K.nt, III Si:: ? 5.49

Kent Florida, Ridge Bar No.t Crawford 327042 Canadian LTD 6Pwn J.V. Pinot CHARDONNAY. ft 6.99 Mondavi SS M 7.49 Johnnie mv III RjfousemTmotcoTCiiiffiax

Jacksonville 225 Water Street, Florida Suite 32202 900 nn# J.V. Pouilly Fuisse M 11.99 Louis Martini DwANStL ft 5.49 Walker SCOTCH
179 11.99 ''I
SALE 9tAf., I
RED
((904)) 358-1000 Lm MFR Gallo M"AN'RDFL' 750r 3.49
-3.00
IV. ML
Attorn.y for Plaintiff

4/12:ltchg4/19 8 ng w 1299 S ebastiani I. 2499 1299
Control No.4S3 '$- REBATE ML Gall
CS.OF6 0$70.95 CS. OF -$15588 CABERNET SAUVIGNON CS. OF$147.50 CS. OF 6.$77.94

WHITE ZINFANDEL CHARDONNAY .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH 1 : 1 I WHITE GRENACHE WHITE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND FOR ZINFANDEL CHIVAS cfiJoIIonIinoJ.'h.r.CDn"
BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA .
CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-383-CA: ,;. G,oao 499 f NL. 6119 REGAL SCOTCH

FNB PROPERTIES INC., D.L I LTR. LTR.

Plaintiff. '"BLLACKN'LA kYBEL : CS. OF 29.94 CS. OF 6- $38.94 ,
v* TENNessaeewp/n y 1599 999
ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., et al.. Defen
dant. I 099 1 049 ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY, ML ML
SANDRA P. SANDERS and ELZIE S. ML CS.OF12o$189.95 CS.OF12.$119.88CS.
SANDERS. Crotsclalm Plaintiff, \
v*. OF 12-$131.88 CS. OF 12-$125.88

ALBERT F. YOUNG, JR.. Crouclalm
D.f.ndant. dJMI CALVERTEXTRA '
NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK .
(
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to ailo01A1Hr REGULAR,
the Judgement of Foreclosure on the IIBAU 1.75 12.99 SALE 9 LIGHT,
CroMclolm entered In this case, dated LTR. 1 t iMilwcruliee -C x.GOw
3.00 :Sin:
tNki ..
/ : .
Sth April 1990 that.I will Mil to the : ,. oelwow I
highest and bet bidder for cash In the 1399 "ft"1ift AFTER -
First Floor Lobby of the Bradford County 7.7" REBATE II 069.200 n '
Courthoue In Stark.. Bradford 549 SUITCASE
County CS. OF 6 S77.95 CS.OF 6-$71.94" 312PK
Florida at 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on the 'CANS SALE PRICE-MAIUIN REBATE -APTERtREBATE
26th day of April 1990 the following 1 /
described property a* let forth In the + ThDii.IDPSOIU(()) ))

Judgement of Foreclosure on the
Crouclalm to-wit: 11.49 m@w RED1VHITE MICHELOBl Schlltz
SALE SchlltzAUuLioyoiv
Parcel On.: Lot 5 of Block 1 oft' .7rn5 R N
3.00
HIGHWAY ADD'TION to Starke AND Lot .. IIfIlATi '
nets. "APREM/UMBEfRAT/ ]
1 of Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of Eat .. p AFTER 1249 w Srllc.BLIJE *-l REG., LIGHT, DRY it A POPULAR PRICE
8 49
146 feet and EXCEPT Eat 84 feet of xs RELATE CBLUE ,.,.. 16 OZ. CAN
North 41 feet; and Lot between Black B ..".
'
CS. OF 6. $86.95 CS. OF 6-
and E, EXCEPT East 84 feet; and Lot 2 of $73.50 649 299 -- 179 269 '
Block E, EXCEPT 146 feet and North.2 s $120E not + : 'CANB 1I 0!.
i 1 !AHa: NRITLl fY'
feet of lot 3, Block E, EXCEPT East 146'' 1 !: !AHa:
feet a*plat of N.J. Jones Addition to the
Town of Starke. IMPORTED GERMAN CPRVIZA
Parcel' Two Situated at 321 Clark n aNr.cIAL
: lOW-fAT Pearl > Heineken
Street Storfce, Florida and detcrlbed a* BECKS'Z.
follow: The lot, piece or parcel of cli MILKGUSTAFSON > : .o D LIGHT OR DARK
land situated In the County of Bradford. VODKA REGULAR & LIGHT LIGHT OR DARK BIER IMPORTED HOLLAND
State of Florida known and described a*
follows to-wlt: Eat 84 feet of lot I" OOo 99 99 '
1199
,
Block E a* per map or plat of N.J. Jane 99cANa 3 3 7I
ML
(
Addition a* recorded In Deed Book N ati, GALLON 6-PK N0.//lS. 6-P 'R12I0! .
Page 379 of the current public record of Unit 2 Canons 143.88 N a
Bradford County, Florida. ALSO beginning -'
at NE corner of told Lot 1 Block E and
run Northerly and parallel with Clark!!
Street 52.5 feet more or low to South Coupon Items below are limit 2 per customer with coupon on dates Indicated.

side of Block B of N.J. Jane Addition r THURSDAY APRIL 19 SATURDAY,APRIL 21 Y MONDAY,APRIL 23
thence run Westerly' along South Ida of I 1i j jI !
aid Block B, a distant of 84 feet, I CANADIAN ; ;i CORDON'S ; POPOVVODKA ; I

thence run Southerly' parallel with Clark I I MIST I iiiinx-iniiiSi-Jiii I GIN i I I '
Street a distance of 92.S feet more or I
leu to North edge of laid Lot 1 of BlockE I 4 5 12.49WEDNESDAY. I 4 I 112.49 19.9 LUL I ,

thence run Easterly along the North i iIde I rn.cusTOMFR.cINrPart
:re.eurrokFR caxoNTl I sFRCUSTOMrR./couroN
. of laid Lot I of Block E a distance of I ---- -- -----
| .APRIL II II I FRIDAY,APRIL ZO ---I SUNDAY,APRIL 22 i TUESDAY,APRIL 24
84 feet to point of beginning, all being In
SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 28 Township 6. '> I= BOSCACANHROSE ?18 & O WHITE I PAPILLONWHITE I CABLO ROSSIBURGUNDY
South Range 22 East. I PARTAGER I 1 I a .
Parcel Three: All of lot Six and the I .
a 9 1i s I 1.6 I I s 1.6 I ,
South SO feet of Lot Seven of Block One. -9f.99 9 13.29 1.6
of HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of 5.55 Yel custorRoowcN LTR. ( LTR.i LTR I LTR.a .
rkn CU.TOMR.NCaapotI t 555 CU tOAMR YCOIMON tWl cU.TOMlR./COIIFON
Stark., according to the plat thereof
recorded In the office/ of the Clerk of the '
Circuit Court of Bradford County. In Plot : 1 1 ,
Book No. 2. page 16. 1 1
DATED thlu Sth day of April 1990. !::1I.:3t:: : .

ByCaral RAY William NORMAN Dep.,CLERK Clerk, I I I I :

4/122tchg 4119
Control No.455









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the home 'own winners, an award per pound. Add-ons increased that to
,. sponsored by Farm Credit Service of $2.07 per pound. '
-.a Gainesville. There were 17 Bradford and 26
Total sale price for the 43 steers union steers.
was$105,000.Add-ons added another count res! W..M 76 cents per
$24,000.
Average ring sale price was $1.65 !ee Steers page 7B


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The Grand Champion...
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Thursday May 1990.
This Is the Bradford Senior FFA Chapter's grand champion steer. berth around the back of the steers. ,
Shown (1-r) are the buyer John Willis of Columbia Livestock Market. The 1,227 pound Brahma-Limousin steer was bred born, and raised on
State FFA President Ann Katherine Daniel from Mayo FFA Chapter the FFA farm.Ills mother Is a Brahma-Limousin,his daddy a registered -
Member Sean Starling who showed the steer and newly crowned Bradford Limousin bull. .nP0=
Strawherry Queen Tavla Redding who knew enough to take a wide

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Bradford FFA Has


Grand Champion Steer SUMMER 1990 CALENDAR

t.'co""t. Santa Fe Community College t. COMA
The Brahaman-Llmousin steer of The grand champion steer was 3
I the Bradford Senior FFA Chapter'won bred, born, and raised on the Brad- ANDREWS CENTER
grand champion honors at the ford High FFA farm north of Starke.
18th annual Bradford-Union Steer and all the FFA members worked ic "'C ic
209 West Call Street Stal1 florida 32091
Show and he Bradford Coun- r., ,
Sale at( with him,says Advisor David Smith.
ty Fair. _. __ _. _.-This .Is the firs( time the FFA ',.,..... O LEG, Phone: 964-5382&395-5850 OL LEA'M
Columbi..*-Mve8tock' Market chapter has had the grand championsteer. ,. :,, ,M.'. ... ,+" ......io-"" ... ":.. .. ,
bought the 1,227 pound championsteer --
paying $3 per pound or $3,681 The champion was second in the
at auction for the FFA Cha ter.Add- weight-gain contest and gained 4.21 SUMMER A SCHEDULE
ons brought the. champion total to pounds per day. The other FFA
4600. Chapter steers won the weight gain Thur.-Fri., t.bn..Apr. 19-20.23 Freshman Registration 9:00a.m.: to Monday..............May 14............Classes Begin/Schedule AdJustm.nt
Sarah Douglas, Bradford 4-H, contest by gaining 4.96 pounds per 3:00p.m.: 10ooa.m.: to 4:00p.m.& 6:00: to 8:00p.m.:

showed the reserve grand cham- 'day which Is phenominal, says Advisor Tues.-Fri...........Apr. 24-27......Regular Registration 9:00a.m.to Friday...............May 18............Last Day to Drop Classes and Receiv.4:00p.m. .
pion, a 1,242-pound Limousin which Smith.
Classes WIth
a Refundllast Day to Drop
sold for $2.50 pound or $3,105. Both the grand champion and :
Add-ons brought per the total to$4000. reserve champion steers were alsoCORBETT' Thursday..........Apr. 26............Evening Registration 6:00: to 8:00p.m. no Record
Thursday........... May 10............Regular Registration 0:00a.m.: .to Monday..............May 29............Memorial Day Holiday (College Closed)
d 4:00p.m.: & 6:00: to 8:00p.m.: Friday.......?......June 15...........Last Day to Withdraw From Class and

Friday............... May 11............Regular Registration 0:00a.m.: .to Receive a ow-
S 4:00p.m/Fees Due Tue.Thur.........June 26-28....Final Exam Days


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road-test moat American cars $1600 MAC1102 ASS P College Algebra
& trucks. Metallic parts extra Front or REL 2120 ASS P Religion In America 8:3O-SI:45N MW 200 3 McFadden
when required. RearNO ENC2301 AS6 P Advanced Composition 8:30-0:45N TH 209 3 TBA
HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL Mont Cant ft MtfM Tnirlc MGF1202 AS6 P Topics in Flnlt.Malh 8:30-:45N: TH 212 3 Dunn
SPC2601 ASS P Public Speaking 8:30-0:45N: TH 20" 3 TBA
EC02013 ASS D Prin.of Economics I 8:30-0:45N: : TH 106 3 TBA
FRONT END ALIGNMENT TIRES

Includes caster camber SUMMER B SCHEDULE
toe In to mfrs. specs. Inspect $1495

suspension most American steering cars.system.For Thur.-Fri.. ..........Jun. 1415..... Freshman Registration 9:00a.m.: to Wednesday.....?July 4..............Independence Day Holiday
Front wheel drive and Chevette purchase of 3:30p.m.: (College Closed)
vehicles extra. Parts extra. tires liII.'.3 Blil Mon:Tu.s..Jun. 18-19..... Regular Registration 1 0:00a.m.: to Monday .??........July 9.......?.....Last Day to Drop Classes WIth no
330pm.: Recordllast Day to Drop

TRUCK TIRES USR Tuesday...,.........Jun. 19........... Evening Registration 6:00: to 8:00p.m.: Classes and Receive a Refund
GRAN PRIX RVS Friday.................June 29........... Regular Registration 0:00a.m.: .to Friday................August 3 .........Last Day to Withdraw From Class
and Receive ow-
MOUNTED AND 3:30p.m. a
I 31XIO. O 15LT 671.00 BALANCED AT NO Monday..............July 2..............Classes BeglnlSchedule Adjustment Tue.-Thur........August t4-16,Final Exam Days
31Xll. O. 15 LT &78.00 EXTRA CHARGE 0:00a.m.: .to 3:30p.m.: & 6:00 to 8:00p.m.:

33X12.5O 15 90.00

SUMMER B TERM
RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED DAYTIME
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P178-80R13 38.00 MAN2021 BS1 D Prtn.of Management 10:15-11:50 MTWH 212 3 TBA '
P198-78R14 848.OO GEA2000 BS1 P World Geography 10:15-1UIO MTWH 108 3 TeA ; :,..
P20 -71SR14 47.00 40.00 SPC2601 BS1 P Public Speaking 10:15-11:50: : MTWH 200 3 TeA j,;
P21 -75RllS $51.00 42.00 DEP2100 BS1 P Inll'O.to Child Psychology 12:00-1:35: UTWH 200 3 TBA '. '?i,{'" .
P23 -75RllS 53.00 46.00

: ondit1p tn' f' .: ART1510C EVENING BS5 P Beginning Painting 8:3C.8:45N: : MW 210 3 Godey ,,:
:95. 8:3C.8:45N MW 212 3 TDAMAC1102
1AiiCr : MT81103 BS5 D Business Mad : :
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1' 5 BS8 P ColegeAlgebral 1 8:3C.8:45N: : TH
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CORBETT'STire SUMMER C TERM(From May 14 to August 16)ACO2001 ) .
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I Two Killed, Four Injured in Early Morning Accident in Union Countyby I



Carolyn Eav.sICT 4:30: a.m.,according to Homicide In- treatment for injuries.Larry Lance, Alcohol at Staff Parties Following
DOC Bans
vestigator Murray Hichafdson. 13 and Travis Sirmones B were I
Staff Writ. taken to Lake Butler Hospital Hand

Drivers of two vehicles died at the Williams, 21, driving a 1988 Ford Surgery Center where they James were Fatal Accident Involving Correctional Officer
released.
treated and
pickup truck, was southbound on
scene of an early morning accident
SR-121 when his vehicle crossed the Watkins, 12, of Lake Butler and state correctional officer who wreck.
north of Worthington Springs last Clarence Hunter, 18, of Alachua Alcohol will no longer be served at ing a
centerline striking a northbound had been drinking at an employee
Thursday. taken to Shands where they staff parties at prison training officials reviewed but did
1981 Plymouth, driven by Sirmones, were last week, said MacMaster. Prison
James Williams of Worthington facilities, according to Florida party
Springs and Patricia Ann Sirmonesof 29, according to Trooper J. H. were admitted to the hospital,accor- of Corrections Secretry Two people were killed and four ,not change the department's ruleson
Alachua died from injuries sustained Horler. Passengers in the Plymouthwere ding to Trooper Horler. Department Richard others were Injured In the wreck alcohol and prison staff parties in
in a head-on crash April 12 at taken to area hospitals for Both vehicles were totalled. "The ban Dugger.is in effect pending a April 12 when a prison employee December Correctional 1988 after Institution a Putnam
leaving a party at the North Florida County
review of this
prac-
I Starke Couple Injured in Accident tice departmentwide,"MacMaster.The according.to DOC spokesmanBob facility Reception crashed Center Into l a prison a car training in rural crash.employee The was employee killed had in a allegedly one-car
at the in
at
announcement comes in Union County.The employee and the been drinking a party
wilful-wanton reckless driving, crash Involv- driver of the second car died in the stitution.WinnDixie .
An elderly Starke couple was Injured with obstructing justice,battery of a and response to a fatal car
Saturday afternoon when their law enforcement officer, no seat belt said Trooper Williams.
car was rear ended on US-441 twc
YOUTH
miles north of Gainesville. WINN-DIXIE
Leroy Thomas, 74, and his wife, MANAGEMENT DAY w
Marie, 78, were taken to North
Florida Medical Center for treat On IMuraw April 2'. '800tbaN""beAU"aWIIA"AOaU

collar ment. Mr.bone.Thomas Mrs. Thomas suffered a suffered broken .iMS,,Our hwrla....Vflm WIm.....Dlaa.......On..

internal bruises and a laceration on 9 _.._----aI 110""be_Mf'11
her forehead. Both Thomases are TM 4 D.wrt'
stiff and sore but are home :=.01-:;:1 local
recuperating, according to their son "I W=:::: t_
Leroy Thomas, Jr. ._. noocnIM***.eoatribuUoM that
The wreck occurred at 3:10: p.m. f our IwtTIM. MKOmu mO.9*to
14 just north of Galnesvillewhen .I 'J N-ata-.tar.>.-.t0l OK-ratto".S A.m.u.u.pp.lt9lly .
the Thomas' 1981 Pontiac was <-- u 01umew t001rry
struck in the rear by a 1984 Dodge r =:.=:,w a 10011 t90e '"
driven by Anthony Beasley, 20, oi e t _
-1II1o..u.-
Tampa. The Pontiac rolled over 1V4 PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: ..........1"N.-7bulb
times coming to rest on its top with STARKE _t-10.7""be
Mrs. Thomas trapped in the car .,0.WalT MADISON' avatar pad a-)cal
after it rolled, according to Trooper

Bert Two Williams.witnesses who stopped to help
the accident victims told troopersthat Winn-Dixie Gives You
Beasley Jumped into their car
and drove off but returned before
troopers arrived. The witnesses :17
after he returned,, t t.1w
tackled Beasley w"' '
holding him down until Trooper !, Qt and
Williams arrived and attempted to Low Prices

struck arrest the Beasley trooper., who then allegedly r 'jJ i # I

Guinn Beasley,18,were and also passenger treated at North Kami -I

Florida.Beasley was then booked Into 1L Freedom of Choice.A
the Alachua County Jail,charged :9. .


FliP Troopers f -'st, _

Continue License t _

Vehicle Inspections lot of supermarkets low prices on U.S. Choice

Bradford CountyThe offer low prices, but they Beef, national brands,
Florida Highway Patrol will '
be conducting driver license and .1 don't always carry the and more. Now that's a
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the week of April 20 through ; / r products you want. At valuable combination.
April 26 on SR-21, SH-100, SR-230, < the difference
SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, WINN-DIXIE, you'll find Come see
CR-225, CR-125, ri-229, CR-231, at WINN-DIXIE.
CR-22", CR-?"' ('J' d CRl00AIn great variety AND
Bradford
Recognizi. pres ed
to the public "n..ective. ve..cle
equipment, Trooper will concen-
trate their efforts on vehicles being I -/ I JTh It41
operated with defects such as bad )
brakes, worn tires and defective
In addition, attention
lighting equipment.
will be directed to drivers '.. I ::
who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida. ---I LI ; ---v
The Patrol has found these check- j40- '--i i___ _- _
points to be an effective means of enforcing .
the equipment and driver -
license laws of Florida while insur-
ing the protection of all motorists.

Union Florida CountyThe Highway Patrol will NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY !


vehicle be ing conducting the inspection week of driver April checkpoints license 20 through dur and Winn-Dixie Helps You Get the Lowest Total Food Bill Every Day! Compare Our Prict ,. You'll Like The Savings.

April 26 in SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,,
SR-241, SR-238, CR-18, CR-237,, -1YDAY
CR-229, CR-125, CR-231A, CR24Aand 111h111 EVERYDAY

CR-796A In Union County. D EVER WI, LOW PRICE
ELI n ti- ,pW PRICE, S >
'
s 1 s MAYONNAISE I a
P.


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The real name for the Status of Lib TAKE HOME I_ I

erty I'Liberty Enlighten the BARBECUE
World.' AuwRETs.

DINNER PACKS DRINKS

YOUR CHOICE:
We LTSBil
SLAB OF BARBECUE RIBS

'Auto' 2 WHOLE BARBECUE CHICKENS
'
'
2 LBS. OF BARBECUE PORK( ROASTSggg
Know


by Michael Brunettl Manager

Santa Fe Auto Parts REGULAR, LIGHT or PERSONAL SIZEIVORY
9645644FOURWHEELALIGNMENT EA. NATURAL LIGHT
ALPO .
I INCLUDESLOAF+ BUSCH!
.
R h used lobe that a ear owner did not ask .CHOICE Of OF FRENCH.TWO. : Bfl AD U.POLE SLAW s .. BEER ALPO CAT FOODVDRR I BAR SOAP

for of wheel. LaahKEOtIEAKS IB.POTATO MUD ._. O
111 djuiunenl rear unless the
or had been involved in t rear-end $ 'J2g (; a IA$995
cotliiion. The term"front-wheel alfonmau'wuu 27-
ccmmon.he! "tune-up." Time 1 __ -- .
: have dunged,however,to!the point where at CANS CAN
four-wheeTalignment Is!the.procedure of DANISHCOFFEE
choice. Front-wheel-drive carl,in REGULAR or SMOKE
particular,have tight nispennon geometric CAKES ARROW ALUMINUM RALSTON WHEAT KRAFT BBQ $169

I i that With are i front-wheel leas forgiving drive of misalignment.car,the rear RASPBERRY APPLE, CHEESE CHEESE ft FOIL . . nn Oil 9' CHEX CEREAL. lto"l $138 SAUCE . . :iii.Few

wheels must tract directly behind the front. CHERRY, WALNUT or $2"9 WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR RIOULAH. UNSCENTED POWDER DRY,OUTDOOR
with CHEESE ft BLUEBERRYEA.!
i Any car. new lightweight independent LIGHT SALTED or FRESH or DESERT SPICE
SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES!
Differ
wipenuon lyium can rear-wheel CHEDDAR SURE SOLID
r mialignmenL Modem lire design may WISE CHOICEPOPCORN REGULAR, MINT, GEL DEODORANT ,sun.. $244
i drew performance,but it ii more TARTAR CONTROLREGULAR .
I niceptible to the effects: of miialignment DELI $298 or TARTAR
: TheM factors add up to an alignment BOILED HAM LL ors CONTROL GEL MEDIC ASPIRIN .
i adjustment of all four wheeli. CRESTTOOTHPASTE $125
LEMON MERINGUE, COCONUT or .,
(;
CHOCOLATE t ...,-- -
I 9 9
After Incorrect inflation preserve and CREME $299 4+ti ARROW MEDIUM
-
i. omitting rotation of tires,misalignment PIES . }\: rt.. ; SAG SPONGE .2 1 nlc PR $100
the factor in tire
greatest premature 1*St.
FRESH BAKED CHEEZY
wear. $173
PUMP
i ITALIAN 11.L $139 WHITE HOUSE $115 =or- ROUGH NECK $1097
BREAD . TRASH CAN ti
Wheel balance at well u alignment ia IMP APPLE SAUCE. a .
I important to comfort safety and Clleliomy.I .
This column sponsored SANTAFE
weekly by
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19! 1000 TKI.EGKAPII,TIMES& MONITOIl SECTION Puice.lll:


Police Arrest Lawtey After language at the ticket booth. Police Called
Couple
: She was released after a $250 cash
I Police Beatby bond was posted. To PeopleLying


Finding- Woman, 78 Tied to Chair Carolyn Eaves Police were In called Roadway to SR-16 east

A Ijiwtey couple was arrested strapped to the chair sitting In feces fees from Alzheimer's disease, to 8CT SUN WriterWoman Man ArrestedAt where two individuals were lying In
after deputies found an elderly and called Rescue. Due to her keep her from falling or hurting County FairA the roadway, according to a com-
Uwtey woman, the couple had been physical condition she was herself. April 13 they said they left ChargedFor 41-year-old man was arrested plaint.When.
her hired to care for, tied In a chair at transported to Bradford Hospital her with food and water near her to Being DisorderlyA after he returned to the county fair police arrived a couple was
home. where her condition is described as go to Gainesville; however,. investigators creating a disturbance. standing the sidewalk,very Intox-
fused Mary Rosalee Hutton,78,was con- stable. said there was no food or 30-year-old Starke woman was Marcus Jack Padgett was charged icated, according to Patrolman W.
weak and dehydrated when Hutton'4 stepson, who lives out of water. Apparently Hutton had been arrested April 14 at the county fair with disorderly intoxication April 14 S.Allen Arrested was Ernest Simon
Chief Deputy Pat Henry found her state, had hired a couple who lives strapped Into the chair .quite fre- for creating a disturbance. according to Patrolman Michael, Cowart,34,and Debra June Bevtns,
about 6:30 p.m: April 13. Deputies next door to her In trailer to 38, both charged with public
a care quently during the past couple of Maria C. Nelson was charged with Strickland. Padgett had been issueda
were called to the house on the outskirts for her. .Tames Alvin Tyler, 25, and months. disorderly intoxication after she trespass warning and escorted drunkeness and resisting arrest with
of Lawtey by a man who was Terrie Rosier Tyler, 27, were charged The Tylers were released from refused to be quiet and leave"! the entrance from the fair earlier in the evening, violence,said Allen. Bond was set at
mowing the yard. He reported see- with false imprisonment and custody after a $10,000 surety bond to the fair Saturday night,ac- upon his return to the fair he was ar- $775. Bevins was released on her
Ing a woman in the house who didn't abuse of an aged person, according was postttd for each of them. cording to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. rested. own recognizance, ordered to stay
seem to be moving. Chief Deputy to Deputy Kinard Perry.The out of the city, violate no laws, con-
Pat Tylers The Investigation is continuing In- Nelson appeared to be very Intox- He was released after a $250 sure-
Henry arrived to find the woman aid lnr>v strapped Hutton, who suf to the abuse. icated and wns using obscene ty bond as posted. sume no alcohol.Jacksonville.



.. Man
M.: ...-.r. .y Charged In RapeA

".-:.=---'_ r rt f rr f t f r r. \ QUANTITY-"EIIRVD...-.."''GHTI. .- y/s. has been 43-year-old charged Jacksonville with raping man a
-- -
-- PRICES teenager three years ago.
GOODTHURS.WED. 0UM Michael Douglas Stone was ar-
rested April 11 on a capais charging
._ r, APRIL 19-25, 1990 V two counts of sexual battery, accor-
P0. MI t i J. JJ J \ i iv ding to Deputy Michael Paris. Stone

allegedly committed intercoursewith
a teenager on two occasions in
1987. The teenager was in his
wa..ti custody at the time of the offenses,
according to the state attorney's office
who filed the charges.
Bond for the charges was set at

U.S. CHOICE YOUNG-N TENDER SELECT LEAN $50,000.


WHOLE or HALF GRADE Ifilf BOSTON BUTT Recent Bradford following ArrestsIn arrests CountyThe were madeIn


Bradford County by local law en-
RIBEYES FRYER THIGHS PORK ROAST forcement officers.

Douglas E. Smith, 40, was arrested
April 13 for battery, according
to Lt. K. R. Hinds, Jr. The arrest
was a result of a domestic
STORE dispute, said Hinds. Smith was
HOURS released after a $500 surety bond
was posted.
8 A.M. FBDERAL
{ Steven James Hall\, 27, was arrested
1 U TIL BTAMPS April 14 on a capias for battery
11 P.M. and cruelty to animals, according
to Patrolman Mack Short. Hall
was arrested at the county fair. lie
was released after a $1,000 surety
SLICED I I8LICED bond was posted.

LB. LB. LB
FREE Virginia Smelcer Moree, 44, was
J arrested April 12 for disorderly intoxication -
:! according to Lt. David
FREE U.S. CHOICE WHOLE or HALF MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PAK SELECT LEAN BOSTON BUTT Aderholt. Bond was set at$250.

BONELESS RIBEYES LB. *398 FRYER WINGS . LB. 78 PORK STEAK f f L* *167 Charles Franklin Clark, 22, was

arrested April 12 for battery,spouse
INDIVIDUALLY QUICKLY abuse,according to Patrolman P.T.
HICKORY SWEETSLICED PEELED ft DEVEINED FROZEN GROUPER or Gorman. Clark was released on his
ALL PURPOSE TROUT own recognizance with the conditionhe
is to stay away from victim, if
BACON '; SHRIMP FILLETS Communitv found in violation he must pay $500
I ;;
to be released.
: :. 'C f'"..,. State
"Ion t Bank Michael Thomas Mullan, 28, was
\ggc $299 of Starke arrested April 13 for drunkeness,according -
.
THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: to Patrolman Michael
LBo LB PKO. Checking Itaveler'i Checks Strickland. Mullan was arrested at
., 1 .d..... !+. M !I: t fj tI...y.. ,.I .....w..Ii .w Savings Account.. Credit Card Applications the county fair. He was released oa
.S. ; Ia.i'
.it'.oiW. .
III> \ l hti. .
\i'U.S.CHOICI.rL.l .'J':7-: AL ,yuD yuDA/ Ties' !tt1: : 1OanApplICllllon.-: his recognizance.. .
MoneyOrdaII."f' "UOv '
FRESH MARKET LAMB =; Certificates 01 Deposit1 1 11"
97 $199.D CHIPPED39'e Money Market Accounts Notary Public Traffic
GROUND TURKEY
LL SHANKS . it
HOURS Annie Woodson Harmison was arrested
WM BRAND US. CHOICE BEEP BONELESS
co'""
MON-WED. gam.-4p.m. .' ""'r"'" April 13 for driving under influence
DELMONICO W-D COOKED MADISON TURKEY .,. ..
$498 $399 890 THURS. & FRI. 9am.-6pm. (DUD, according to
STEAKS . :. .'. u HAM . f FRANKS f f ti SATURDAY 8 I m.-2 p.m. BankW Patrolman W. S. .Allen. Harmisonwas
VEAL CHUCK ROAST or W-D REGULAR MADISON released on her own
SHOULDER $999 BOLOGNA or CHICKEN FRANKS recognizance, must violate no laws.

ROAST . . LI. FRANKS. . 12M.rue... 990 or BOLOGNA tL Sge Hugo Reynosa Perez, 50, was arrested -
April 10 for DUI, driving
HARVEST while license suspended (DWLS),
EVERYDAY Y '" according to Sgt. David Goodner.
// EVERYDAY }
OI LOW PRICE lpW PRICE EVERYDAY PRICE FRESH < Mark Anthony Smith, 25, was ar-
I a LOW rested April 13 for failure to appear
e PRODUCE DWLS, no tag, according to Deputy
I Kinard Perry. He was released aftera
s s s s $212.50 bond was posted.
I S 1
Cf'1SC0 Nature makes the produce.

1 0 i t WINN-DIXIEmakes the difference. Vo-Tech Offering

JUMBO Community Ed.

..: 3f\ WESTERNLETTUCE
; The Bradford
Vo-Tech will be offering
I : f :.j community education classes
; for senior citizens. Please call the
1 ',.b' Vo-Tech at 964-4800, ext. 122 if you
are a senior interested In taking
590 classes.

According to Becky Reddish,coor-
HEAD dinator of community education,
there are several classes of interestto
wj.- i- 0 seniors. Living on a Fixed In-
come, Defensive Driving for Those
HARVEST FRESH Over the Age of 50,and Nutrition for
IVERYDAY"LOW .'CI:' Senior Citizens
are just a few of the
BROCCOLIFLORIDA classes offered.
SUPEflBRAND LONGHORN PLAIN EGO ONION or RAISIN HONEY '
APPLE or GRAPE HALF MOON $1 68 LENDER'S $ O O FLORIDA

TROPICALJELLY CHEESE f f f' o 1t BAGELS C
SAUSAGE,COMBO Of PEPPERONI! 79 TWIN THEATRE
.
PARKAY $ J9 FOX c BUNCH Starke 964-5451

." ;. SPREAD . bt / PIZZA sO.ox
'. 9 9 Y ASSORTED VARIETIES : '
-La. SUPERBRAND 0 ASTOR ORANGE $139 t g"J 9 9 .
JAR YOGURT. f" .'3.P': curl JUICE . . crt SWEET CORN kTaoaday;;lTtlf t Showing bbowtng Only
ASSORTED VARIETIESBANQUET'
JIF PEANUT BREAKSTONE $ 29 Closed Wed. A Triurs.

:' BUTTER.:. . M:$589 SOUR CREAM. Silt $127 POT PIES . 3 :IIGS. 10eM S 19 9 Starts Friday Apr.20


MARKETPLACE EARS VOLCANOTOM,

PHARMACY FRESH SALMON $5 99

WE WILL NOT KNOWINGLY STEAKS f f' LL CALIFORNIA' HANKS
SOmg BE UNDER |90LE| NAVAL MEG RYAN ED

I CITRACAL . .'a$549 LARG8Iti DlESS SNAPPER FRESH WHOLE u $399 ORANGESa $148 -SCREEN 2-
f f" f
GEL SUSP. ? $1.39 FISHERMAN WHITE SHRIMP GARDEN FRESH 150 Steven Seagal

< $899 CABBAGE . LE Hard To
ALUMINUMMAINE
f QUINCY FARMS c J<1D-
+ 91
DRIED GEL CAPS STEAM YOUR LB. DELTA PRIDE $1 99 MUSHROOMS SUE.
SEAFOOD
ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE $1795 PURCHASES FREE. CATFISH FILLETS LI.I 301 DRIVE-IN




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I SFCC District Board of Trustees ',<.V< 4


Ann roves Second Starke 7 d_


by Sue JL Ellen M. Smith the city and convert it into probably not q3 .
leT Staff Writer classrooms and college facilities. september. Plans A
The Santa Fe Community College The facilities would include a project have not .,70 '
District Board of Trustees last week seminar room and an auditorium. Sharon said.
approved "in concept" the restora- The restoration and expansion of the -I
In other .'I (. .
building would increase the numberof
tion and expansion of a second project ( !
in Starke that will enlarge thecity' SFCC classroom seats available meeting,the
.existing SFCC facilities. \in Starke by 175 Sharon said. for another three WQ
The Endowment Corporation anotforprofit between SFCC
President Alan Robertson said be 1J
sees the project, which includes the corporation organizedto County Library.
restoration of the more than receive private gifts, bequests which was first \
JonesRosenbergbuilding and donations for the benefit of the I lege will pay
100-year-old on West Call Street, "as college also intends to give the $11,000 per year to x
Bradford County Historical Board of to SFCC students.
major forward"for
once again a step
the community. Trustees a room \in the Jones-
Rosenberg building for the The funds,
According to SFCC Dean of establishment of a museum, Sharon drews Center
Development Harvey Sharon the said. The Jones-Rosenberg building McFadden will
plan for the project at this time is for is listed on the National Register of library to pay for
the SFCC Endowment Corporationto Historic Places. may need and to
take the 7.200-square-foot building The project Sharon said, is in the extra workload
and the surrounding property from early planning sifn.* and will by SFCC students.

...
Rofccrtm recd_a prenmUUoB ol a ee?ed....!
CwMnlty Cotk o President Alan
SFCC President ;
I Incoming Appoints :Antow Center from Guy A-tow.Dr.Bunar MeFa4*.,CMrtlMfar.!tee oe.ter.a
""*county School Jim Deuce at the 6TOC: :DMrict.....f-dalJ.-.1ut
Taylor Provost of Educational heard-u ear a year b tile Roard lt.oe d tile.boIrewa c-ter::
., wu Robert***last bout meeting..president te c.ll ge.Rofccrtoon to retiring altar 1 i
by Sue Ellen SmithICT Dr. Bernard McFadden, coordinator 14 years.She has Sra presentation was a10 Dr McF..........Is erdee ta rroognhe a.a.en-
of the SFCC Andrews of community r witty _tJaa.
Staff WritvrSanta Fe Community College Center, said the appointment of last ten years has e,Mary,an planning on sieving from Catoenflte to rlri..1Ift thb May.
President-elect Lawrence Tyree appointed Taylor will not directly affect his job the president.She
Portia of but will provide a liaison betweenthe associate dean
Taylor provost
Educational Centers and director of center and the SFCC main cam vices for the past
the Gainesville Downtown Center at pus. McFadden said that while Taylor said she '
the monthly meeting of the SFCC before be had to deal directly with ment as provost as ? The ""
District Board of Trustees last the main campus for services, now "bigger and better
be would be dealing with Taylor."I drews Center.
Thursday. think this win affect the center the j
In the new position Taylor will \in avery positive way," McFadden "As I see it, _
oversee the operations of the SFCC said. .It win give the Andrews still be the director _
Andrews Center in Starke as well as Center a person at the provost level see myself as Chiropractic
the Institute of Government the with more status in the college, someone get the services :
Gainesville Downtown Center, and at a higher level to bring ser- this a first-rate
the SFCC community education program vices to Bradford County." Taylor said she Center ,
Taylor,39,has been with SFCC for position May 1.
OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr V.A. Berry
473.9043 COMPANIES ACCEPTED
II Former Pittsburgh Steeler to Speak at Scholarship .AUTO ACCIDENTS .WORK INJURIES
HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
Former Pittsburgh Steeler all-pro High School in 1967. He was an all- Brown the son
PAIN/NUMBNESS
star Larry Brown will be the area lineman and all-American football Willie Brown of NECK&ARM PAIN LEG
honored guest as well as serve as the player as well as a member of franchises of ;NCE CO, .MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL,
keynote speaker for the Guy An- the basketball team at BHS. pleby's
drews Minority Scholarship Com- Brown attended Kansas State Philadelphia area. 100 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
mittee Benefit Banquet on Saturday University on scholarship and was
:May 5,at 6:30 p.m. at the BradfordCounty drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers es' Shopping Ctr.
Fairgrounds in Starke. The where be played offensive tackle for Tickets for the
program will also feature Bradford 14 years during the heyday of the and are available ANY AREA 864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
High School football coaches David Steelers' greatest teams. He played Community
Hurse and Mike Sexton. on NFL,All-Pro teams while be was Center. For more
Brown graduated from Bradford with the Steelers. 964-5382.

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iioraitoii Wins Best Gulley Takes Best in Show I


Poultry Award at Fair in Fair Rabbit Competition

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Thirty-six exhibitors entered 45 Frank Dwarf buck
exhibitors Hampton ;
Twenty-three entered tilled exhibit Adam Wainwright
S3 birds In the poultry division at the ,(2),Amerancana; ,and Ameran- animals in the rabbit category at the Wesley Tanner, a Rex doe and Rex
Bradford Union Fair held last weekat buck Mitchell buck
Bradford County fair,held last week cana hen' Dans---n&thbun. White ; Bishop Lop ;
at the fairgrounds in Starke. Plynouth dock John Weber Black the fairgrounds in Starke. Bobby Wraite, Black Satin doe;
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Top honors for Best In Show Daniel Wrrite Red Satin doe
The Best Poultry Award,$3 and Old hen -Kile were ;
a Game Tyre
English ; ,.
won by Shaun 16, of Shawnie Cox, Mini doe Chris
blue ribbon went to Jim Thornton, Dominique cock, Jim Thornton, '-4a Gulley age son Lop ;
; Donald and Janet Gulley, SR-100 Newswome Californian buck;
Ralford for his entry of a Quail Ant Silver SpangledHamburg cock,
south. Shaun is a Sophomore at Newsome Lop doe
werp Belgian hen. ,Melissa Nelson(5), Blue Porcelain Bradford Lynne Californian; Rusty
High School. His winning McClenaghan buck
Toe neatness and cleanliness Basted cock and hen, Silver Duckl- ;
award of$5 went to Lynn Welcn. ing cock and hen and a Blue Cochin entry was a Californian a 6 month Pam McClenaghan Californiandoe
old buck
acquired from a breeder In ; Renee Parker Californian;
hen; Kelly Hanaford Quail Antwerp Glen St. Marys. Dena Parker, Californian doe
Blue Ribbon Winners... cock (2), ;
Belgian Virginia
; Crosby
The Neatness and Cleanliness Crystal Melvin, Mini Lop buck
H.F.Wiggins (2)Cochin hen and two Quail Antwerp Belgian hens; i award a $5 prize, went to Naomi Denise Weber, Netherland Dwarf;
a Golden Selerite hen; Naomi Roberta Sercy. Silver laced Wyan-
Plimpton. doe Toby Searcy, Dwarf doe
Plimpton ((3) Dark Cornish hen a dot hen; Eugene. Sitmer Ameran- g cJ Prize for Best In Show is$3 and a Mandee; Sitmar Dwarf buck;Gregg;
light cornish hen and an unidentifiedhen cona hen. Blue Ribbon. Williams, Mini Lop buck; Corey
; Jim Thornton, (3) Quail Ant Shaun also had entered a blue rib- Williams, Mini Lop doe; Kelley
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werp Belgian cock Quail Antwerp White ribbons. bon doe Californian which he Brown,New Zealand doe.
Belgian hen (Best in Show), and a Julia Pendarvis, Blue PlymouthRock i thought was a better animal than the
Silver Spangled. Hamburg cock; ; Jessica Schlosser ((2), White __ buck. "But the judges saw it different Red Ribbon Entries...
Melissa Nelson ((2) Black Jap cock Cochin cock and hen; Jody Weber, I ,"he said. Rabbltentries red rib-
earning a
and a Black Jap hen; Kelly cross breed hen; Robert Weber -- --- bon
Hanaford Quail Antwerp Belgian cross breed hen Chris McKay (2), Tony Edwari,right stands with Jim Thornton who took the Bert Poultry Blue Ribbon Entries... Karl were Hampton: Dwarf buck;
BNurcher Old English Game cock Award with Ui Quail Antwerp Belgian hen. Other blue ribbon winners in the
hen.Red breed hen Kite Tyre
and cross ; RabblU 88
rabbit category were: sec page
Ribbon Winners... Anacona cross hen; Harry Collier,
H. F. Wiggins (6), a Yokahama Black Leghorn cock;Ferrell Collier, .
cock two Sussex hens a Sussex cock Light Brown Leghorn cock;Barbara
and two Golden Senile hens; Naomi Searcy Silver Laced Wyandot cock; WE WILL SAVE YOU
MONEY
Plimpton (3). Dark Cornish cock a Toby Searcy Light Bramah cock;
Dark Cornish hen and an uniden Eugene Sitmer,cross breed cock.

I Homecoming Set at First Baptist of Ralford ,} if(:FEATURING!: @r\@ :'. US 90"-WEST (YK
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First Baptist Church of Raiford Sun- group, The Believes (Giles Tom- .HOMES 1 OF MERIT : ; : f ,
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Kinsaul a former pastor of First j: .' ,/' ,. 'HOMES' '
Baptist.Fellowship time will be at 10 Everyone is cordially Invited to ?;7.-tt".Wat'ran'y., < "" '" ",, a.m., morning worship at 11 a.m. come and worship with the First ,/" .: .<
with lunch served at 12:45 p.m. Baptist Church congregation.

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Garden Centers Payments $3 400 \ \ '' NOW $28,995

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Union High School was named the Farms. I,
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Bradford-Union Youth Swine Show $1.50 per pound \
and Sale at the Bradford County chett Trucking Co. __
Fair. Tim Crews B-4H : ; b '
Oreo, the 209-pound 4waycrosspig per pound :
of Christina Broome, a 12-year- Raulerson Pontiac. f
old 4-H'er from Hampton, won Nancy
reserve champion honors. pounds $2 per
The 93 pigs sold for $41,614 at auc Florida National
tion. In addition there are well over Bradford 4-H
1,000 add-ons by individuals and Gulley B-4H, 240 1 i.
businesses and which are still being pound,purchased .I4\\ k
tabulated at presstime. Bank of Bradford i r rr
The 24 -pound grand championwas Emily Sellers
bought by Harlis Ellington Con $1.50 per pound,
struction Co, Inc. for 4.74 per pound, Timber Co. ,
bring in $1,140 at sale for the UHS Toby Searcy -
Senior FFA Chapter, not including $1.50 per pound
add-ons. The reserve champion was Coffee Co., St. Louis
bought for$3.35 per pound by Griffin Michael
Industries and Davis Express, bringing poundsi $1.60 per
$678 for Christina Broome, a Ix
member of the Green Leaf 4-H Club. Kevin Kirby, -
The home grown grand champion, $1.80pe r pound, r
named Theodore, champion was terstate Supply Co.

shown Chris Newsome, 11, B-4H. It Barbara ; Ri tYt!! ....!r... ,....
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weighed 244-pounds, sold for $2.50 pounds, $1.40 per ----,-- ""' ..
per pound, and was bought by Tom by Winn-Dixie The Reserve Champion...
Smith and Aubrey Williams. Crissy Thomas
The home grown reserve champion $1.70 per pound, Christina Broome 1Z, of Hampton had the reserve champion pig, a
named Baxter, was shown by chett Trucking Co. 4-way cross of Polan China Yorkshire,and Dturoc bought from ABc Davis
Dana Newsome. 13,B-4H. It weighed Rebekah Welch of Heights.Buyers are Roger Jones of Griffin Industries and Jim
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237 pounds, sold for $2.50 per pound, $2 per pound, of Davis Express.H
and was bought by Southeast Power. Kare.
Both Chris and Dana are membersof Shelly Dampier Champion... Electric. Travis Grtffls, U-4H. 236 pounds,
the Lucky Clover 4-H Club and are $2 per pound, Kim Roberts Is shown the grand champion hog of the Kevin Jordan B-4H, 198 pounds, $1.80 per pound, purchased by Prit-
the daughters of Michael and Lynne Brokerage.Jodie Chapter of Union High School. At left Is the buyer.. Larry $2.35 per pound purchased by Wiggins chett Trucking Co.
New some. The two pigs came from Dicks, Ellington Construction Co. of Lake Butler. Limousin and Ray Stanwix- Sally Thomas,B-FFA,199 pounds
the Newsome Farm on Bayless $2.20 perpound, pig was bought from Pride, Inc. and raised on the FFA Hay. $2.50 per pound,purchased by Triton
Highway. Timber Co. High by the FFA members. John Wilkerson U-FFA. 209 Construction.
Showcase placements: Mike Elixson pounds $1.75 per pound, purchasedby Travis Looney B-FFA, 210
Class I: 1) Christina Broome, 2)) $1.80 per pound, r pound purchased by $2.10 per pound, purchased by Griffin Pride of Florida. pounds, $U5 per Cola purchasedby
Carrie Westcott, B-4H,215 ,
Michael King 3) Tracey Mc- Trucking Co. Parts. Industries. pounds Gainesville Co.
Cullough, 4) Matt Handley 5) Kevin Richie B-4H 226 pounds Blake Dicks, U-4H, 231 pounds Len$2.50 Schlofman per pound and, purchased Pete Gianas.by Drs. Jason McCullough, B-4H.L 216

Jordan.Class poundsi $1.50 per purchased by $1.90 per pound, purchased by Lewis Lake Butler FFA Alumni, Melvin South Powerlamd. punnasedby
II: 1) Chris Tyre John IX Jjimber Co.
Wilkerson 3) Jane Stanwix-Hay 4) Amanda Loper B U-FFA 236 ** Lee Thomas U-FFA, 254 pounds, Paulk, U-FFA pounds $1.90 per Sean Crawford U-FFA. 224
purchase223
Patrick Godwin. $2.70 per pound pound, by Harlis Ellington pounds, $ pound, purchased
per pound purchased $1.80 per pound purchased by
Class III: 1) Jeffrey Brannen 2) Construction Co. Craig's Diesel and Howard's Auto Construction Co. by King's Crown Ford.
Keith Kirby 3) Carrie Westcott 4) Ricky Kite, Hersey, B-4H 258 Parts. Dave Shadd. U-FFA, 232 pounds Jeremy Hildebrand, B-4H 233
Lake Butler Jr. FFA- Shonda $1.60 per pound per pound, purchased Timmy Redding U-4H, 206 Howard$2.10 per Auto pound Parts. purchased by Sawyer.Gas !' pound, purchased t
Westfall. Wells by Co.;
County Farm Bureau. pounds, $1.70 per pound, purchasedby
Class IV: 1) Robbie Cason 2)Sean Carrie Croft B-4H, 194 Florida Pest Control. Drew Wainwright, B-4H, 206 MaU Handley, U-4H, 206 pounds,
Crawford, 3) Bobbie Westcott 4) $1.90 per pound, pound, purchased by Jane Stanwix-Hay B-4H, 210 J.L.pounds Wainwright., $3 per pound purchased by $1.90pet pound, purchased by Archer
Jason Hersey. Hillandale Farms. Home and Chastain's $2.80 pound, purchased Funeral Home.
Class IV: 1) Lake Butler Sr. FKA Tony White, by pounds Lander Co.per Chris Tyre 210 pounds, $1.70 per Donnie Grlffis, U-FFA. 218

Derrick Thomas; 2) Kevin Sapp 3) $1.80 per pound, B-4H 209 Lori Mosley B-4H, 218 pounds, pound, purchased. by. Publix Supermarkets. pounds, $1.90 per pound, purchased
Jeremy Hildebrand, 4) Terry Elix- Wells ChevroletOlds.Jeffrey by Lewis Timber.
per pound purchased $3.20 per pound, purchased by
Amy Triest, B-4H, 218 pounds,
on, 5) Bradford 4-H Council Shawn Funeral Home United Shows. Tara Redding U-4H, 225 pounds.
Gulley. pounds $1.90 per Convalescent Center. Robbie Cason, U-4H 228 pounds, $2.90 per pound purchased by $1.80 per pound, purchased by Dr.
Class VI: 1) Rhonda Joyner, 2) by Pride of Florida. U-FFA 214 pounds, $2 per pound purchased by Farmers Southeast Power. Richard Odom.
Tori Hersey 3) Chris Newsome 4) Will Dukes, U-4H purchased by and Dealers Bank. Mark Touchstone, U-FFAt 225 Kevin Sapp, U-FFA, 234 pounds,
Lee Thomas 5) Patrick Welch. per pound, Heather Hersey B-4H 236 pounds $1.73 purchasedby
pounds per pound
Record book winners: Drilling. B-4H, 220 Band lee PIp page 7B
pounds $2.10 per pound, purchased by Columbia Livestock Market.
4-H Jr.: 1) Amanda Manning Bi; Terry Elixson,
2) Emily Sellers B; 3) Robbie pounds, $2 per
Cason, U. These awards sponsoredby Pride of Florida. '-

Allen's Scott Allen.Office Supplies&Printingand Shannon, $1.60 .,, ,. .I' "
pounds per ., :; .:: .. ;
4-H Sr.: 1) Jeremy Hildebrand B; by Hillandale Farms.Jeffrey __ i>> _. ... RebatesJ ill
2) Lori Mosley B; 3VDale Pendar- -' ,_ ... ,;t1i U' .. ,,-" "
vis, B. These awards are sponsoredby pounds; $2.75 per '
Bowen.Bowen's Pest Control and Linda by Mindy Top Tobacco Co. CedJt'f ), tos r'

FFA: 1) Kathie Harris, U; 2) Troy pounds, $1.80 per otive $ r
Starling U; 3) Barbara Bennett U. by Sam Johns. \ '
These awards are sponsored by goldKist Lisa Register est ; 11 OAlbuquerque. c
of Starke and John Smith. $1.60 per pound fk ting :' '
Four performance awards were chett Trucking Co. f a ; I.r..r ,,;.
given. Winners were: Jeremy Jason Hersey r .
Hildbrand sponsored by Alvarez $1.90 per pound I3ox 3018 '
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Plumbing; Dana Newsome sponsored Construction Co. P. NM 87109 'J. fI
by Intestate Supply; Drew Holly Hersey, .
Wainwright sponsored by Bradford $2.30 per pound .
School Superintendent Jim Duncan; H Electric.
Amanda Manning Tori Hersey -
Harlis Ellington Construction $2.20 per pound
Co.Inc. of Lake Butler. fin Industries. testing the
Each of the other 91 hogs and and Jennifer Darley, Car owner : examining and
the sale price are: $1.90 per pound, Dear is currently'sales with the express
Union County 4-H Foundation, Office Shop.Patrick I Test Marketing of car dealers .
Jason Griffis, 202 pounds, $2 per Godwin Automotive of '
pound bought by Florida National pounds $2 per pound discount programs prices
Bank. Southeast Power. and to Individual car
Bradford Sr. FFA, Nicole Adams Charles Mann of finding a way give such as
224 pounds, $2 per pound, purchasedby $1.75 per pound, purpose limited testing program fleet buyers '
Pride Inc. Hillandale Farms. designed a normallY for largeto will be tested by
Lee Kilgore U-FFA 207 pounds Bobbie We have that are the program "
$1.40 per pound, purchased by pounds, $2.10 per same discounls Locally
the companies
Russell Construction. by Denmark buyers leasing
Jaria Bennett, B-4H 213 pounds, Alan Crawford rental cars and
$2.30 per pound purchased by Job E. pounds $1.60 per Dealer. '
White. by Gainesville your Buick GMC Truck
John Minshew, U-FFA, 220 Rhonda Joyner, Ronsonet uick
pounds, $2.25 per pound purchased pounds, $1.60 per Lake City
by UCI Employees Club. by Union County ,
Matt Hedrick U-4H, 229:! pounds, Jay DeLoach, weeks
$1.50 per pound, purchased by Prideof $2 per pound, for only two
Florida. Cason Construction will be tested saturdaY
Lucky Clover 4-H Club Matt Troy Starling This sale Monday -
Odom B-4H 243 pounds, $2.70 per $1.70 per pound, will open:
pound purchased by Starke Rotary Ellington DealershiP
Club. Lake Butler Jr. to purchase
Patrick Tyre U-4H 206 pounds Shonda Westfall, will have the opportunitY fleet rates!
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pound for choice beef and 74 cents sored by W.D.Andrews Farm. Wiggins, B-FFA. Sponsor was the UkohiMorDon from page 6B

per pound for select. Both were purchaSed Chris Stalnaker U-4H won the Zedra Hamilton Family. ** Or*)., 0* A. 'M'04 AKCM CrawIhpoMlii. $Oo: per pound, purchased by W.W. County Telegraph.
by the Bradford-Union Cat.tleman' Junior FFA Showmanship Contest. The other 41 individual steers sold ..Sill WN.r.I1..51.essd.par. ...........bo |M by PdNMTrwb- Gay Construction Co. Dale Moseley, U-4H 202 pounds

Association. The beef Is Second place went to Lake Butler Jr. were: h,1.Li. .. ""'A.--' . sold to a list of buyers at the same Chapter. Sponsor was W.D. An- ,.,pooot..-ptil by raw Trvdikit. **t DOM Word pounds, $2 per pound, purchased by and Union FFA Advisors.
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price. way people sup- drews. D. Inborn,I-HFA I JM. -!U M per TI.
the steer show, Norman pound!fein/on A......Tonnor Pmnrol Homo and!..*. CWhy._.U-Ff,lOT>...-U_.," .61 Shadd Trucking Co. Keith Kirby, U-4H, 217 pounds
port says Ray Andy Smith B-FFA, won first lord ConvoloMmt. i par p.m....boufhl by Morlli BllnojtM, ....__Co. Kathie Harris,U-FFA 216 pounds $1.80 per pound purchased by
sec.-treas. of the Cattleman'sAssoc. place In the Lance Tommy 1411.0.,0,HM I M..."..'Urmullil,If... ..LeII._. $1.60 per pound, purchased by Prit- Publlx Supermarkets.Benji .
cond place went to Wiggins M'poundi oomht*y Hnt N.sn.11mb SI 1d/ml CkrliHM lolb, MH, l,-...uiij _... ..... chett Trucking.
First place In the pound,bouotil by_...llorol.OrH Bennett B-4H 205 pounds
weight gain por
con- B-FFA third to Jeff
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went to the Olq.r -..i-4H, I.Ml'poiioo1 Ulilimln. 11.4 Tkwe/.n.U-WA' ,l m-poundUniouilii.tMO Mary Tarleton U-4H 223 pounds $2.50 per pound purchased by Community -
test Bradford Jr. FFA U-FFA.
The award Is sponsored by ,or onmdt oouoM o?U fm Corp.Chrtity : ,.,pound.boupX by" skull Trucklnf.MOM $2 per pound purchased! by Drs. Len State Bank.
Chapter,sponsored by Gator 2 Farm the Starke and Lake Butler Rotary Horrlioo, ,O-4H,MM _. _.. Schlofman and Pete Gianas. Michael 203
Supply. Second place was the Bradford Clubs. ,., pound, bowtHt by Td.. _...._ Ceo .! Umoutln,"."por pound,boupM by WkmDlxta.Unto Karen King, B-4H pounds,
Sr. FFA 1Ieya-...,...$. Wlpolm.rPA, I JNT.">'llmoixbi. ,(..$ Trowell U-FFA. 205 $2.30 per pound purchased by UCI
Chapter The
,sponsored by over-all performance award ....Poococb.U-WA.Mil-pound Urn...In."1.M par pound,.........by" elf...MoN..H Powor Corp. pounds $1.80 per pound purchasedby Employees Club.
Gold Kist Store of Starke: Third was won by Andy Smith sponsoredthe ,.,_04........ Of'amor.OoolOT oonl.of Woe .o-..,.1-11*.MUpiund Umousln.I'."por Triest Construction. Lawtey 4-H Club Eugene Sitmer

place U-FFA winner, sponsored was Steve by Old Peacock Glory Sarah Zedra Douglas Hamilton won Family.the 4-H record ..mor.Chrta. Molnokor,1>-...1 314........UmMKln OoM.It.ol pound,bouiht tmMi,by S.UH..A.llodrlcol lMt' ."nd lupply.Jolon Ununnln. .,... Tyrone Davis U-FFA,218 pounds, B-4H, 203 pounds $2.40 per pound,
,., .__ M Oroot pound,boupM by Uwte Tlmbor c. $1.80 per pound purchased by purchased by Triest ConstructionCo.
Feed Store. book contest In the breed show,spon- .,d Mar.1n...-.ht-.... by C per ANndylo>Mlo.rA".,..,............U_...,.,...per Florida Pest Control and Bradford .
First place in the 4-H Record BookContest sored by Florida Federal of Starke. _,... _,_. IMf, I."'.pound UmoinlllCroo pound,.........by" Community IMo lonk.
went to Sarah Douglas Christy Floyd U-FFA, won the >. ".11 ,.,pound bouoM by ladle UUnoMnComtrucrlon Kim fclurM, U-11A, (....-._ ........ _...
There was a S-way tie for second Senior Class FFA record book Co. Umousln. IIJ,..pound,bought by Douptoi Iqulp.Mont Oi
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UmoiMU. ,.....,., ond TknUrlond.Mochlnory.Trovll o
Jotk U.1PA.I.1Mywnd
place between Ginger Adams, test In the breed show sponsored by _04.tuMi.bouoM.by HlI........l.rwe oj Lob Mtor.. mo>,"'-''A.'......pound.llmmontol l C.-.
Phillip Crawford and Chris Florida Federal. The Junior Class Ivy oloMon,U-ff,1HSywwd Uioouiln,$,.,,pw Hall par pound bougM by MI..-.....*.Hauling, The neu e.r
Stalnaker. Sponsor Is The Rancher, FFA record book contest was won by pwnd. .....ht by D..II.. lgr.4m.M. A.dnw.Dn. ....". TouekiMno, U-PPA. I....-pwul Irorord,
..., ol lid_.L,. I'M04.bouoM by rrnchoH'ruckl..4 Corl
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Inc. of Gainesville. Jason Stalnaker, U-FFA, sponsoredby ,he lot*tolrol o..Hor tonlor MA CII._. I JtTpovndlron .....'.....1...
Cathy Tarleton, U-FFA won the O'Steen and \iaskins.The |.. Crow Umoinlii,.,.., ,.,..-.bouojit by w..outtor Jr. PPA Choplor. '.$..pound UmouilnCTOM. r
Senior FFA Record Book Contest. Showmanship Contest In the ClyMf Well D.lh... ..'.$,..pound.bouoM"'CyoHWoI'! 'DrIIUnf.buddy .
Second place was Kim Roberts breed show Lance CMity Floyd, "'-''A. MH.p.und Umoi ilo. .,... -..,.U-PPA. !4W..ound Umouiln, Silo tae
was won by Wig- ,..pound.......ky Jobo Dun,_.,. ,.,pound bought by" Polnlor Mouniy.PMIIIp .
U-FFA. Sponsor is Jimmy Alvarez gins, B-FFA. Second place was won Holly D,ol,.-..A. '.HI'pound UmuMta,VII por Crowford.LISA,75.p.imd Ll nw.ln" ,.....
property appraiser.The by the Lake Butler Senior FFA pound, bouoM ky Miry Momm Cbourolol..Joduon- par pound,bought by Horll. Illlngton Conrtrucflon.lorl .
Lake Butler Jr. FFA lllo.. Hondrkk., O-PPA. 1410-pound Umouiln Croil, O
Chapterwon Chapter. Third place by
was won
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Jnm Iknlion, ,O-fPA.I.MIpiinid Un..wb..1514p. I' "per. -.bought by" HU. Fornn.Torrora
the Junior FFA Record Book Christy Floyd. U-FFA. The award is .r pound bough.*by Ml....Pews Iqwlpnioiil.Ck Ton. U-11A, '....-,_04 Angus c.... Shrub Sale!
Contest sponsoned by Blelllngs Tire sponsored by the Farmer Dealers ....,. WI"'... ..M. indium L_...., lomlntol,.....por pound,bought by II Po.or C...
of Lake Butler. Second place went to Bank of Lake Butler. .,...pM pwrnd,Wotht. by UCI..........Oub. JoikttO ImHh, U-11A. 1,......u.4 U......,.Crou, All 1 gallon
Jason Stalnaker U-FFA sponsoredby The herdman's contest in the '.U, H......'.. U-4H. '....-pwnd llmwwlii.Moratory (,... par pound,bought by MM. -11.Id.. Trucking, k na, Plants
Croii, Sill por p.-. biypM by pebleIYpwn.hM. ..... Oolnoy U-PPA ,.......ound Umouiln Crou, *&
Kim Roberta. breed show was won by Andy Smith .. 11.41 por pound,bought by W.Ooy. O Queer Gruaaah $ 99BOSES
Don Roberts B-FFA won the B-FFA; 2) Lance Wiggins'B-FFA W.... .......,, "'-''A. 1.1-04 llMOMln, "1 M l k.rt Uo Monn/N.U-p1A. 1.101..4 lomlnotolCroM. J.F.K.
Senior FFA Showmanship Contest sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of per_..4........by Ar.h.r/uno.l_and AlATreMrr. .$'M...pound, bought by PrHchott Trucking, Don Juan &
and.........oqutpmonr.rooTord .
sponsored by Roberts Constructionof Starke. ..... _,..... i-P.A, Ml ouml Umouiki. Sill 2 gallon
Worthington Springs. Second The over-all performance awardin ,..poon*.bouM by..........--. ,.. Ilk CII_. Mlt-pound lomlnololCroM pot Annuals
place was Josh Suggs U-FFA.spon- the breed show was won by Lance ........... Ho 4ri_. U-11A. .11'- L_.... .... par pound bought by" Hondo. NoMonul W U1 BUCK 'COW,
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toko...... TAN k...N...yoor.*"(.Moon which como bock 88
J_ _....... UFA.. 1..17.- _. II.. unnd Mmo mooo H end .11 _.. Muo ribbon r MANUREGarden
d7 I'."_ps-.b.uSM"'DopteV_...._.. ...-.My Roy Mormon p G $ 19 4.pots
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Hope Baptist Revival Set April 2227and O

Revival services- will be held at 7:30'weeknights. Tools on Sale!

Hope Baptist Church beginning Rev. Marvin Fowler evangelistand

April 22. lasting through April 27. Rev. Rick Patrick, Music, cordially Eagle brand shovels.............$599
The church is located on SR 100 invite everyone to attend.
north of Keystone Heights. Times A nursery will be provided each Corona DC60 Garden Shears $ J& >I99

for services are 7:13: Sunday night evening. with leather case..............,
DuCMV a$



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NAILS BY NANCY
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The Reserve Champion... <. Pedicure $15.00 a

4 Ifer Sarah DougU.f Brooker paces with her reserve champion iteer. From with this ad Nancy Barbera ONTROL _
the lefts FFA President Ann Katherine Daniel ors Mayo Larry Davis ol Hail Located the Keystone Beauty Salon S CNIMICAL COI
Station In K.. .tone Hgt.
Ellington Contraction Co.of Lake Boiler,the..,. .MJee Doogiu. _Acroo. from the Shell
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&books for agencies 10:15-11:00: Hampton
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Library on
Public Library Office Off the Road!!! Hall 12:45-1:45 Starke PlazaShopping
serving the bookmobile. If need
11:30-12:30 Graham Post Off. Ctr. you
at964-6400 11:15-12:00: Midway Corner Oaks 12:45-1:45: Long Champ (WinnDixieParking a library card,bring proof

handicapped &: for more information 12:15-1:00 J JR Keystone Food Store a Homes Lot) of residence to yourneighborhood
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Shop 11:15-12:00: Midway Corner -, 12:45-1:45: DeertootVl1lage

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County Club Office Off the Road!!! Hall 12:45-1:45 Starke Plaza
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United Meth.Ch. 10:15-11:00: HamptonPost 10:15-11:15: : Smoker City Hall Nursing Home
4:00-1:45: Carla's Sandwich Office Off the Road!!! 1130-1230: : Graham Post Off. 11:30-12:30 T.BA.

Shop 11:15-12:00: Midway Comer 12:45-1:45: Long Champ 12:45-1:45 Deerfoot Village

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Off the Road!!! 10:15-11:00 Hampton Off the Road!!!
Funded by Hall 2:00-3:00
This Project Office Fridays : pjn. ltudyguidesLargePrintCol5truction

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Act 12:15-1:00 Keystone Oaks 12:45-1:45 Long Champ Children's }
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More than 700 Bradford Middle .! ;
School students found themselves I,.'
,flung into spring Friday April 6, at II' '1'" I
''the school's annual Spring Fling
.. y 1 i j held football at field.the Bradford High School H.... ,:'
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The entire school students and
.L. faculty participates in Spring Fling E----k ,
every year the week before spring \
> I break to celebrate the changing of 'pil .. ._ ;.
/ the seasons and the coming of spring ....' ,! : I, r
break EMS John Mazzella, v '" '"'

iI'y ., .aid. Individual compete against classes one as anotherin well asgrades __ _, '_._... mm_ -____._.__ "., i t" ,i./1;

_. ....-: 'T --- '-.- =-. "-. ...- .---I different events like the Tug o' Elchth" ..rtrtoite enjoy...April Spring Fling_MMUM.
War and Doughnut Eating contests.
Sixth grader Robert Morgan right tile*to feed a doughnut to hb partner.Brad Bbbop aba la the sixth grade.The "The activity brings about a lot of
I two were competing In the Doughnut Eating the Bradford High School football field April. This year's Spring Fling individual Liquor Stores Prices
class champion was Sonia .I
Groves' 7th grade math class. The J4 combine to bring you Start

Rabbitsfrom Classifieds grade entire championship.7th grade took the overall LOWER PRICES 4/19

page SB Mazzella gives a lot of the credit
for the success of this year's Spring !f;
Wesley Tanner Dwarf doe; Sarah Searcy, Netherland Polish Dwarf Get Results! Fling to organizer Jerri Lewis and IN; ;HOUSC''V.SbECIALS'THIS'.a'EeV; :: ; :/
Douglas Red Satin doe; Adam Wainwright the BMS physical education depart- ;7SO 'CANADIAN LORD'CAlVERT.' Mf ',b,94
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Giant Lop buck; Lynn doe.White ment. The activity, he said takes a f &IOHNNY.WAUCER) 'RED ." u 0. "
Welch Mini Lop buck; Lynn Welch Ribbons... lot of teamwork between teachers. 750{ ;, ?' : 8@J2",99
Mini Lop doe; Trishe Wheeler, Mini Rabbits winning white ribbons I I 750 SAN TROPIQUE RUM f.t::, 1.t: titr7.99
Lop buck; Dana Newsome Grey were: '?IITR': '1" RELSKAVODKA 80( *" ', ,. M ",".(:, ?;& .&;99.
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Dutch; Lynne Newsome, Dwarf Mary Dugan, Californian buck; >:;: ;} li'4.v
doe: Dale Pendarvis White New Lori Lewis New Zealand buck; Bradford Hospital tTR:%CANADIAN) ,MIST', ': ",'; ; .if> ,.>( '1 1&8..99.
Zealand doe; Robin Dyal, Dutch Charmin Wiggins, Californian doe; 1.15 ;.OLOTHOMPSON: i':7:, 1 ;?}10.9117Ia
doe, Christina New, Chinchilla doe; Charmin Wiggins, Californian doe; <' ; < "'"/; '" }! 'wif; iA 00
Renee Parker, Dutch lopO buck Charmin Wiggins, Californian doe; {q EA, ,RAM'$- ';,<>/'J;;,' ..:;. ,,: !' "" '''- 'r.,
Share Meier. Lop buck; Ddiana Jill Gnann Californian buck. WelcomesDr.

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Ladies Drink FREE 8:00pm-12:00am:: : !;,i

beginning LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC

.v Wednesday, April 25, 1990 Slim Short and Rose Marie on Keyboards '

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Sapp, Wainwright Take SFCC Zoo Sets Open.. House for Earth Day .

Santa Fe Community College in permanently disabled. Zoo duector
Best Overall Rosettes in Gainesville will host an Earth Day Jack Brown says "We are an out-
Open House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. patient clinic for many birds,
Sunday.April 22,at its Teaching Zoo medicating watching and feeding
4-H Fair on campus. Admission Is free. them I so that someday they can flyaway
CompetitionIn The Santa Fe Zoo has natural to their natural habitat."

... enclosures holding healthy animals Bald eagles an endangered
tIM YTY 5 :rr Including antelope, deer snakes species are sent to the Florida
the'lair 4-H Department.Heidi Anita L. Black, red; Roberta Sear- and. felines. Many of Its birds, Audobon Society for care and later
Sapp took the Senior Division Best cy blue.Toby Searcy,red; Jennifer "",r t. ljurp nr otherwise release.
Over-All Rosette Tuesday, April 10. Searcy red; Roberta Searcy red;
In the Junior\ Division, Drew Wain- Diana Searcy} ,red; Jennifer Searcy, .......... --......
wright }fetok; the Youth Over-All red; Roberta Searcy red; Toby
Rosette BASiii.! : Searcy, red; Ryan Faulkner blue; iabtlydole
PRODUCTS-Dciierti Dana Newsome red; Chris
Nancy Hildebrand, blue; Mandy Newsome red; Diana Searcy red;
Amy ; Joyce Douglas, Anita L. Black blue: Sharon
blue; Luke, blue; Chris Gullley, blue; Dana Rathbun blue;
Newsome, blue; Troy Ray, blue; Nicole Gullay red; Nancy CHAUTY
Gretcben Wilkinson blue; Diana Hildebrand red; Diana Searcy red;
Searcy, red; Dana Newsome, red; Heidi Nicole Sapp blue; Jennifer AIISHOW'90;
and Nancy Hildebrand,blue. Searcy red; Jenny Searcy, red;
BREADSAnita L.' Black, blue; .Lori Mosley red; Jason Ray blue; '
'Mandy Manning blue; Chris Leslie Trowell, red; Toby Searcy, April 21-22, 1990
Newsome, blue Mandy Manning, red; Anita Black blue; Anita Black,
blue; Amber (wren, red Leslie blue; Mandy Manning blue; Nicole Heidi Sapp of Law tey took the Bent Overall Rosette to the Senior Mvltloa 4Hcompetition Gates open: 9 a.m.at .
Trowell blue; Christina Broome, Gulley red; Leslie Trowell, red; with her afghan at lad week's Bradford Cotmty Fair.
blue; Carrie Caren, blue; Dana Troy Ray, red; Diana Searcy, red; the
Newsome blue.CANNED Jason Ray red Angela Ray, red;
PRODUCTS: Dana Anita L. Black, blue; Gretchen Gainesville Regional Airport
Newsome, blue; Nancy Hildebrand Wilkinson blue; Crystal Melvin
bluer Jeremy' HIldebrand bllue; blue; Mandy Manning red; Dana N.E. 39th Avenue & Waldo Road
Chris
Newsome, blue; Joyce Newsome red; Chris Newsome T tfy c
Douglas, blue; Dana Newsome, blue; Anita L.Black,red;Patty Mc- Gainesville, FL
blue; Chris Newsome blue; Dana blue; Rusty Mc- FEATURING:
Newsome, blue; Mandy Mann ClenajEent blue; Frank Hampton
blue; Nancy Hildebrand Dugan,blue;CrystalMelvin r Eaglet Aerobatic Precision FlightT.am.
Newsome blue; Jeremy blue; Drew Wainwright N > Misty Blues All Woman Skydiving Team
Hildebrand red; Mandy Manning, blue; Gretchen Wilkinson blue; t i% ,,s ; Bud-Light Micro Jet
blue; Mandy; Manning blue. Matt Odom blue; Chris Newsome Bill Hunter& His Pitts Special
CLOTHING: Christina Broome, blue; Dale Pendarvis blue; Gret- + / arr ,; r Craig Hosking &"Doubletake" .
red; Christina Broome, red; Anita chen Wilkinson, red Exhibit of Static Displays and High Speed Fly-Boys
Black red; Patty McClenaghan, Merit. y? ro J World War II Vintage Fighters&Bombers .
red Kara Hampton, blue; Nancy WOODWORKING: John Webber : .
U.S. Air Force f-16s and MOREl
Hildebrand, blue; Kara Hampton, red; Harris Bynne blue; Patrick Riov
blue; Lori Mosley, blue; Nancy Dugan blue; Ryan Faulkner red; Fable Factory-Petting ZooMoonwalk for the kids!
Hildebrand, blue; Denise Webber, Drew Wainwright blue; Patty Mc Tickets: $8 at the gate for adults
red; Rusty McClenaghan, blue; Clenaghan, redd; Rusty Mc- and all
Gainesville 7-Elevens
$5 in advance at all
Heidi Nicole red Lori
Sapp, ; Mosley, Clenaghan, blue; Frank Hampton,
blue; Gretchen Wilkerson, blue; red; Kara Hampton red; Carey Gainesville and Ocala Publlx stores
Lori Mosley.blue.HOUSEHOLD Thompson blue; Matt Odom blue; Children 6-12 $6
ARTS: Anita L. Dale Pendarvis, red; Jeremy :
Black,red; Lori Mosley red; Man- Hildebrand, blue. Children under 6: Free
dy Manning red; Tara Hersey,red; SELF CARE PROJECTS: Diana To order tickets by mail with MasterCard or Visa,
Denise Webber: red; Angela Ray Searcy red; Jennifer Searcy red;
write to: Civitan Charity Alrshow, 711 N.W. 23rd St.,
red Jennifer Jennifer
red; Bend Bennett ; Searcy, blue; Jennifer
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TAKE-OUT BOXES West Call Street at 10..0'
Parade forms
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STARKE rolls at 10:30 a.m., goes North on US 301. ;'OI" WOMAN'S CLUB

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CLOWNS! MOTORCYCLES!, FUNNY CARS! BANDS! SHRINERS' !




Lir Skeeters of Starke Wendy's Restaurant

On behalf of the Starke Shrine Club, I would like to Lewis Timber Orian Weirs Chevrolet-Olds. HAMPTON LAKEMary
Pettit's Used Cars
thank the following contributors for their donations Bobby & Gertie McRae
and support. Your generosity Is what makes this Western Steer of StarkeDr.D.W.WhlfflnOptm. Pritchett's Trucking, Inc:
Merle Norman Cosmetics & Ron Alderman
fund-raising event a success. John L. Shadd EnterprisesEdna

Midnight Video Patrick Welch Bemlce & Fayne BatemanI Smith
John Nolan, President Modern Muffler Shop
Becky Lindsey
Starke Shrine Club Western Auto Union County Farm Bureau
Bob& Carol Milner Anna & Edward ClaytonPat 1
Jerry& Sue Williams Insurance
Mitchell's Drug Store & Med ConnerellyBeckl
Winkler Electric .
Proceeds from this activity will. for the benefit of Shriner'a Hospital & Video Express
Claude & Delores Charles Crawford
for Crippled A Burned Children, and NOT for the Starke Shrine Club.' Morgan Winn Dixie Charles & Delores Bestoso
Mosher's Towing Sheryl& Harold Crawford
Nolan Woodbum Wilson Heat &Air

Mosley Tire Co. Woodla & Joe Sarah& Ron Douglas John & Vivian Whitehead

Robert S. Mullins, DVM Working Man's JewelryBALDWIN Lucy& E.W. Hodges

STARKEAardvark Dimple's Style Shop Jessie & Debbie MyersGil Tonya, Mark,Josh & Jacob

Charles &Agnes Dinkins & Carolyn Nelson Hodges

Video Douglas Battery Betty & Elbert Nettles Sandy & Larry Lyall

A-Bar Sales William L. Dowling Noegers Auto Sales Linda &Vernon Parmenter LAWTEYMr.

Andrea&Shannon Abrams Draw-Tile E. -Nook"" Norman Joyce& Comer Suggs &Mrs.M.D.Crapse

Acme Hardware SupplyMr. Eagle 106 Ray & Nancy Norman Catherine & Lyse WilliamsHIGHLAND Sandy Ergle
Cleo & Dwight Elder Baldwin Food Store
& Mrs. David Aderholt County Clerk Florida Souvenir Land
& Bemlce Duncan Creamette
Advanced Electronics Emory Sandra & L. M. NormanJ.D. Flower& Gift Shop .
Jim & Sandra Duncan David J. Joseph,
Allen's Office Supply & & Vernie Odom Lawtey Farm EquipmentLinda
Ray Durban Memorials Car Shredders
Printing Co. The Girls at the Office Shop & Bobby Patrick
Durrance Pump& Supply Easy-Way Garage
Allstate Ins., Ken Chitty DynatestEd's Old Glory Feed Store .Thomas Everson Hazel's Grocery Arthur& Minnie rteddlng t
Alvarez Mike & Carol Osteen Shell
Jimmy Property Appliance PartsEpp's Jacksonville 1-10 Auto Lawtey ,
Appraiser Oscars Tropical FishOrton's Tatum Bros. Lumber
Motors Truck Stop
American & ChemicalCo. Auto Repair Water's
Paper Grocery
Jimmy Epps, Police Chief Lula Hill
Lavem Outlaw, Realtor
Kenneth Etheridge, Sheriff Troy Meredity JACKSONVILLE
Andrews Owen Joist of Fla., Inc.
Guy
Family Hair Designs North Florida Transport .. .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home Dr. PeteG;'Fetos'-"........' ,Pep-O. Food. MartPowell's '.. : .1'\IJce.Inc. ... '"I>P"..,.,"',_j ...;...,_.... t'". Helena SpencexCrewsCocaCoil :. "rlMXV.I4-/ : i
Auto Insurance : ; ..
Agency Bottling Co.
First National Bank of Dairy Freeze Pittman Video Center

Automotive Paint Center Bradford County Register Oil Co. I Timberland EquipmentBROOKER North Jax Shrine Club Florida Crown Printing

B & M Starter& GeneratorMac Five Winds Lodge George Robert's Insurance West Jax Shrine Club Hatcher Auto Parts
& Carol Baldwin
Fleet Flnancenter Robbies Reef Pet Store Lucas Mini-Mart

Barbara's Beauty Shop Florida National Bank Roy's Grocery & Market Norma Jean & Buddy Parr sh

Bernice & Fayne Bateman Florida TheaterA Rudy's AutomotiveS KEYSTONEHEIG'H7'S Whitley Steel "

Connie&Vert Best Enron Gas Henry& Oulda WI.nko
FriendA & W Auto Parts Processing Co. ,

Clint Bateman Friend St.Johns Business Green's GroceryMcKenzIe

Badcock Furniture Florida Pest Control Services, Inc. Tank Lines ,Boda Manufacturing

Betty's Trim Wave Gator II Farm Supply Malcolm R. Sanders Tommy&Jean Byrd PROVIDENCEBellllng'sTIre '

Biggs Body Shop Gator Ice Santa Fe Auto Supplies Jack Southard Roofing

Bowen Pest Control Dr. Peter J. Glanas Santa Fe Insulation Jackson( Building Supply Company.:?

Bradford County Farm Bureau Jones Funeral Home Thomas Grocery
Girls at Surplus PropertiesGold Charles Schaefer FAIRBANKSMcNeely's

Bradford County Telegraph Klst Farm StoreGoobef MI'$. Jack Schiller Sr. Keystone Fuels, Inc. Elixson Lumber Co. ,

Bradford Chiropractic Center, s Shop, Ronald Garver Sid & June Shuford GroceryGAINESVILLE 'Russell & Bernice Lea ,

Dr. David Sikes Gospel Truth Christian Supply :Smith Brothers Body Shop Manning Lawn MowersMiller's
Bradford Family Restaurant .
Center Martha& David SmithSonny's Supermarket

Bradford Land & Cattle Co. Greens Welding Shop Real Pit Bar-B-Que ,John & Ekkmna Nolan RAIFORDDobb's
Members of
Bradford Masonic
Griffis Gas Starke Auto Tech Richard Roberts Insurance

Lodge f35Bradford Griffis & Sons FiberglassDr. Starke Motor farts, Tommy Tomlinson .' Service StationTHERESSA

Rental Harry Gruen Starke Power Equipment Ause Brown, Lawyer Triest Construction Co.

Arthur& Martha Brock Esther Hall, Tax Collector Starke Rotary Club Rae BrownGainesville Jim Young Aviation
Gib &Jewell Brown
Dudley Hardy Starke Shoes & Repair' Florist .
Judy & Marvin Brown plus 3 Randy & Diane Hayes Starke VIdeoStrickland's .Gainesville Neon Signs &

Ralph Bryan Johnny Hobbs Sewing.Machine Exit Information Service LAKE BUTLERAndrews
Terance M. Brown,P.A. Van'Service
Hogans Heros Repair Hiirs Circle J Fence &Aluminum

Brush Arbor Times Gospel Hodges Paint & Hardware Lillian Stump J. D. Sanders, Inc. Motor Drugs Edward's Grocery
Music Shop Archer Funeral Home
Heltoron Springs Volunteer Stumps Department Store Homes I Saddles 'N Tack Feed Center
Erma & Red Buford Baker Cabinets
Fire Department Sunshine Electric& Plumbing'' Media Marketing Ivls & Bill Causey
Capital Construction Barbara's Flowers
Meidee Fancher
Rocky& Amanda HudsonIn Tackle Box ,

Carla's Sandwich Shoppe Home Medical Teal Tile & Carpet, Inc. Mildred Bryant Jean BedfordBelllintfsTIre WALDO
AI Carlisle ,
Jackson Building SupplyW. Cecelia T.TerwillegarTerwlllegar Norene ClimerPete's Alltel Telephone Co.
Kitty Maxie Carter Jr. Clark's Meat &Groceries
.T. and Ruth Jackson Chrysler, Plymouth, GymPocahonta's B & N Food Mart
Phillis Carver Wllford CroftDebris'
Jessie's Hair Clinic Dodge,Jeep, Eagle Inc., Foodservice Baslnger Orange ShopBobby's
Tom & Barbra Casey Beauty Shop
Margaret& Harry Stallings
Centel Jessie's LoungeJoan's Terwillegar Motors Inc;. Hide-A-Way
Telephone Co. Douglass Equipment
University City Florist
FashionsIn The Sporting Chance Chuck's Gun
Chastains Jewelry &Gift Doyle Vames Insurance Shop
Shop Memory of Charley E. Thomas Auto Parts Ellington Construction Co. Doris's Cut& Style
Johns Thompson Used Furniture
Charles HallLois'
China RestaurantCity Patsy Jones Ellxson
Johnson 3 Sisters Florist
Carlos & Lena Diner
Fish& Meat Market GRAHAMLloyd Farmers & Dealers Bank
Jones Craft Shop '301 Liquors, EloIse Hill Tom's Cypress Inc.
Graham & 1
Community State Bank Hale ,
Jones Funeral Home Charles&June Thornton Melodle Sillwetl Trading Post Restaurant
Janie& Happy Cooley & Associates, Inc. j
Jordan Inc. Tim's Custom Cabinets
Agency
Waldo
Corbett's Tire Service James & Joan WatsonHAMPTON HUtandale FarmsHoward's Grocery
Julia's Florist Tina's Beauty Salon Laura's Antiques
The Auto Parts
Country Pub
Creative Cabinet Works Gloria & Mike King Thomas Realty Jackson Building Supply Harold's Auto Shop& Sales
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LaGrand Produce 'Neil &Katherine. Tucker
Crosley Manufacturing Co. Ja/s Furniture
Lee & Cates Glass, Inc. T. V-Doctor !
Steve & Silvia Kroa Mac's Used Cars
Curtis T.Lee, Wal-Mart StoreVtto's WORTHINGTONSPRINGS
.Bill Cruce The Allen Arcfiay Family HalY.MalnesMarion
Walter& Eldee Lee
Davis Pizza Lincoln Automotive W.MamMary
Express
Leila's Dress & Gift Shop
Ward Auto Salvage
Denmark FurnitureDrs. Lotts Grocery Kay's Beauty Salon
Leta's Style Shop H. D. H. Parts- NAPA
Novls& Robert Ward .:
Denmark! & Marches -" Griffin Industries McLeod's Barber Shop

Davis, Monk& FarnsworthDenys Leona Plumbingleta' Wilbur&Kay Waters' ... ,Stephen Smith, Babe,Roberts Montpetti Mid-Florida HaulingJim's
& Barber
Style Shop Truck&
Restaurant Wayne's Taxi SU-EL'S Retirement Home Myrtle Parrish Auto Repair
Buddy& Margaret Lewis' : Williams LP Gas









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.t. ; :11 I AND GENERAL REPAIR i

Kincaid Sink Springs; two sisters, Mrs. Rlvy James E. Williams \ Survivors Include his parents, fl Across from Merchants & Southern Bank Keystone Heights, FL |
Mrs. Myrtle KIncaid Sink of 0 Steen of Lake City and Mrs. Ella Henry James and Lohoma Williams
Mr. James E. (Jam) Williams 473-9543
Starke died Monday April 16,at Arbors Mae Richard of Lake Butler; one 21, of diedThursday of Worthington Springs; one 5s SPECIAL
Worthington Springs
brother Claude Fralick of Providence ,brother. Bernard Williams of Archer
Nursing Home Orange Park April 12, from injuries 8 Point Transmission Check, FREETOWING WITH _
two sisters Nedra Horton of
Illness.! ; eight grandchildren, 14 ; ,
following a long Born In
great grandchildren and six nieces suffered In an auto accident near the Lake City and Martha Williams of Change Fluid. Replace or Clean Filter,Adjust Bands, MAJOR REPAIR 1
Salisbury\ N.C., Mrs. Sink was a Dukes community In Union County.A ,Check U Joints, CheckCV Joint, -
and Atlanta
two maternal
member of First Presbyterian nephews.Funeral Mr. ; grandmother, I Check Road Test Performance
native of Union County, Adjust Linkage .
services for Mrs. Mott Mrs. Lucille D. Waters of Worthington .
Church of Starke and -
was a Williams lived his life in Worthington -
were held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Springs, maternal grandfather --
at
Stumps Store
salesperson Dept. 1986'graduate -
wh. He ii
was a
for 25 years. April 18, at the Chapel at Archie Springs High was the late Rev.Thomas H. ; 9995 >-
of Union County'
Mrs. Sink is survived by her husband Tanner Funeral Home Starke with School where he was active in FFA; Waters!, Jr.; paternal grandparentswere
Rudolph Sink of Starke twodaughters Rev. Lowell G. O'Steen officiating. the late Joseph and Katie CV Boots I
Sally Rosier and Cindy Burial was in Elzey Cemetery in he was employed by the, NorthFlorla Williams; two nieces and one $3995
Mattson of Orange Park; one sister Worthington Springs In Union COun- Reception Center in Lake,j nephew. (Only Valid With Coupon) Installed I
Feamater of ty under the direction of Archie Butler: and was a membeof Sarctts.Baptist Most Cars
Gladys Newport News Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. Church. more Obituaries page 12B Visa & Mastercard I
three grandchildren and
Va.; one r11att.1!_Ito1 I mm 1tta11as.OrVACATIIONS
great granddaughter. -
Funeral services for Mrs.Sink will
be held at 11 a.m.. In First

Presbyterian Church on Thursday _
April 19,with Rev. Jerry Patton of
ficiating. Burial will be in Jacksonville -
Memory Gardens Jackson-
ville, under the direction of Jones
Funeral Home of Starke.

'
Carrie P. TaylorMrs.

Carrie Prevatt Taylor 79, of
Middleburg died Wednesday April FOR FREE !
11, in Middleburg at her daughter'shome
following a long illness. BornIn
Clay County Mrs. Taylor was a
lifetime resident of the area. She
was a member of First Baptist
Church and was a homemaker.
Survivors include three sons.
Harry and Charles Taylor of Mid
dleburg and Dennis Taylor of
Keystone Heights; two daughters
Christine Blackwelder of Mid a
dleburg and Mytzi Saunders of Pen-
ney Farms; one brother, James
Thomas Prevatt of Lawtey two
sisters Edna Bell Norman of Glen
St. Mary and Magdalene Cronley of
Starke; 18 grandchildren and 10
great grandchildren.Funeral .
services were held at 2
p.m. in First Baptist Church, Mid
dleburg on Friday, April 13, with 2io4.\\IIi.: '
Rev. Connie Johnson, Rev. Jack
Whitley and Rev. Harry Douglas of WlthN8WPunhae
f'
ficiating. Burial was in Jacksonville GII7M N "orlbw'
Memory Gardens, Jacksonville BAIL A 5 D A' ,
under the direction of Jones FuneralHome &
of Starke.
WEEKDAV'GHTS

Gladys M. NormanMrs. ; :I F.P ..S. !; :f: 4 DAY cAU1sEvACATN'
Gladys Morgan Norman 80,
died Wednesday, April 11, in Black Lacuer4-PlaceBedroom WEEKEND ''IGHTS
Valdosta, Ga. Born in Starke she A duiable black lacquer finish combined with f i>: -" CRU/S" ..ACATION
was a homemaker and a member of sparkling brass finished hardware and trim 4SkBV -1- IT'S r =,*L"w> -T ...,,
Lake Park Church of Christ. make this a unique group. Group Includes: S Hs ;:. -- ..._ : :=.o
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headboard, TRUEr :'
Survivors include two sisters 'Full/queen size roomy triple 'V.Si "
andMrs. dresser base,mirror and large door chest. BB
Mrs. Jewel Jones of Valdosta
.Charlotte Belcher of New York, f NO STRINGS! NO GIMMICKS! NO REAL ESTATE DEALS!
NY; one brother Sam Morgan of
Punta Gorda; and a number of
CARIBBEAN CRUISE
FOR
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.nieces and nephews. She was
preceded In death by her husband TO FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA
Charles Wesley Norman Sr., and
two sons, Charles Wesley Norman, Country Oak Table wtth 4-SM Chairs ANYTIME YOU DESIRE WITHIN ONE

Jr. and Sidney Norman. or 2-PIc J4fiini| < Cabinet ( YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ....Cy:::;::..,..
.. Funeral services were held Fri- Chi 1 rrid 1 YOUR *!a>asa or MORE
.Ma.y; Apr22 gk$' amAdV7the'Chapel : FURNITURE'PURCHASE! I'
of the McLane Lakewood Your Free Cruise Vacation
Funeral Home in Lake Park Ga.
Mr. Evans McCullen and Mr. Package Will Include:
Charles Cox officiated.Burial was at a Ocean cruise Certificate for 2
,3 p.m. in Conner Cemetery, Clay r Video Cassette Tape Highlighting R
County. Details of Your Upcoming CnilseI
FAaA1LY GETAWAY I Over 1000 of Travel Related
Charley II. CronleyMr. : Rebate Coupone for You To Enjoy! ; .

Charley Henry Cronley, 68,of WEEKEND I Helpful BooMeta/PampMeta on Points
of Merest end Further Cruise InformationCHOOSE
Starke died Tuesday April 17,in the VACATION for 5-1
VA Medical Center Gainesville
following a long illness.Born in Kenton Wtth Maw purc..ON'.GHTS YOUR VACATION! / _
Ohio, Mr. Cronley moved to FLORIDA! ''
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Starke in 1988 from Lake Geneva.He This beautiful country oak-finished dining room YOUR CHOICE | 3 D'" fotlaTY ARD. SAVANNA 1, GEORGIAI I : CXXJRIYARD
was a member of the Catholic faith; offers you your choice of a large double pedestal ftxHBO "T ANY INpRICAI'o- LAS VEGAS NEVADA! V .*.no i
was a veteran of the US Navy as a
table with leaf and four solid wood aide chairs, SHE ooav-t N&2
Boatsman Mate from 1939-1960! ; wasa or a roomy two-piece lighted china cabinet with *f31L Ao m 1ftIdaIIon roe a ANDOVER tap MOM MARRIOTT COURTYARD RESORT
disabled military American glass doors. BBl yanp i jai *<* Z5'C.i i !!rf-47? !!!!.?,S! !Sri! :!?:! .=!!!! !
veteran; was a member of
American Legion Post 55, Las

Vegas Reserve Association.Nevada and the Fleet *

Survivors include his wife MableM. DOWN PAYMENT!

Louvenla. Cronley of Addison Starke; of one Keystone daughter,

Heights; two stepsons Lamar Starl-
ing of Raiford and Louie Lee Starting
of Lawtey; one brother. Bill
Cronley of St. Petersburg; 7 grand-.
children and 10 great grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Cronley
Solid Pine
will be held at a later date. Jones
,Funeral Home of Starke in charge oft SOLID PINE Bunk Beds

'arrangements. Entertainment These SOLID PINE _
n Center bunk beds easily
William CarltonMr. Constructed of SOLID I seperate Into 2 twin
William Carlton 61,of Starke PINE this center has beds. All constructed
of SOLID
{idled: Sunday April 15, at North 4 shelves a double -
PINE In a natural
Florida Regional Hospital door storage bin and pine finish.
Gainesville. Born in Lake Butler e ditional Storrapsror' Solid Pine Table Set 3-PJecelSetJ
Mr. Carlton moved to Starke at an
early age where he has since resid Constructed from strong SOLID PINE In a $99
,ed. He was a member of the First sggPlush natural pine finish,3 piece set Includes 1 7

Baptist Church of Lawtey. cocktail and 2 end tables. ___ --
Survivors include his mother and
stepfather Ruby and James
Newsom of Starke; five sisters,
Marjorie Mobley and Carolyn Pub Back Sofa
Style
1 Holmes, both of Chlefland, Sadie ORTHO GUARD
I Simmons of Gainesville Ramona with Solid Oak Trim Accents
Hughes of Mekose.and Mary Green Soft pillow styling and high pub backs L Quality Firm Support Bedding
of Starke two brothers James covered In a plush "OXFORD"fabric r d'M Deep down firmness with multi-coll Innersprlng
l: Carlton of Starke and Marshall by QUAKERThla sofa Is expertly r and firm insulator pad with foam cushioning for
,Carlton of Gainesville. tailored and highlighted with, solid ?!.+ additional comfort. Decorator cover quilted with
Funeral services were held at 11 complete the look. .. firm foam.
a.m. Wednesday, April 18, at the ART SOFA ONLY! -
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral TWIN SIZE (EACH PIECE).......$99
i- Home with burial In Dyal Cemetery., ,
/ Archie Tanner Funeral Home of ,, $369' FULL SIZE (EACH PIECE).. ,.$129>>
Starke in charge of arrangements.
on 3-Pc. Suite
$299
QUEEN SIZE (2-PC. SET)

LOVESEAT.CHAIR. ....... ... ..$339
& Maude F. Mott 5-YEAR WARRANTY J

Mrs. Maude Fralick Mott 88, or ...... ... .. .....$269
Heilbron Springs died Sunday.April
15, at North Florida Regional
Hospital Gainesville following an
extended illness. Born and raised in FARMERS...
Providence, Mrs. Mott was the NotFurniture Ju t.a '
M.and Anna We're
daughter of the late John A D
SOi'elOut".ndlntl.
,. Fralick of Providence and was : FURNITURE'
',T the widow of the late John Purvis .OIOt'1 Ofa ARMERS
(J.P.) Mott She was of the Baptist .leCtronld la.nnceel I NO FytAft y __

faith. Fns D.IIvNy .nd Nt ? IVifiatYp ,/ Iorldclem.n "'-7

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\ z Down
: restaurant Pj
Mrs. Mott operated a A. eM A".lIabI. t
"Maude's Lunch Room", in Starke V-.

for a number of years. She was a, '::::eo.rN sad TO :-j rssr-
bookkeeper of the First Bradford. 835 S. WALNUT ST STARKE FLORIDA .rIe ..? ,
\\ County Hospital Starke with Dr.I OUR ... J;dt ,' ,

JM.Survivors Hembree Include and Dr.one H.H.daughter.Adams.. q _, ...

Mrs. Dorothy McCarthy of Heflbron


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Starke Will
BIIS Band Director Buddy laD,left end UM band officer dbpUy a framed t.
'1 rr pursue idmlkr to ba one that will to made..Storhe.The 500-piece puzzle '
Fall toPieces a which will Include location of bwIneMM. .Individual hoax,k being oU
by the Bradford llfeh Brad Parent AwocUUon to raise fund for the........
Pictured la the group from left-Front rows Dona Holiday,April Dkandlo, .. .
for A "
AIlboB Archy,Shannon Elliott,Jennifer Crawford.Back rows silos '.
representative Dan Dowdy,John .....-.Kevin Boom John Leper. r '
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Bradford High Band Parents 'fr: '
Association is offering the Starke r "
area a unique illustrated Jig-saw "' .
puzzle of the actual Starke com Mo6iCe 9p. 1: ,
munity to all Interested business r r !Ilwy. 301 fA&rt/t ,Z .
people and Individuals who want to

see the their puzzle.business or name appearon -" -... 964-7500 $38-0584 "p

This will be an 18-inch by 24-Inch
personalized jig-saw puzzle having; building, logo and name on this If you are interested In being in-
more than 500 pieces and packed in a unusual keepsake of the city which cluded in the puzzle and/or orderinga ORlAN WELLS1I.
tube with a full color poster printedon will become part of our documented puzzle please contact Buddy Ball ::
quality heavyweight paper which history.For at 964-6800, ext. 155. ,
will be suitable for framing. The The Bradford High Band Parents
Planting Guide from Farmers Association feels that this is a fun 'r
Almanac will also be included and il the first 500 Individuals who way to promote our businesses and
lustrated. pre-buy one of the puzzles/posters, services available in the Starke area COJVgvVNlC9lqrCYJ\S
Businesses who are Interestedmay their names will be printed on the while raising funds for the BHS
purchase a space to show their border of the puzzle. Band. .


Obituaries fromllBFuneral CELLflLMlPJ09t{ { E S'Elo/ICE!} / f':' I


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services were held Satur- Ga.; one sister-in-lawMlss' Plnkeya ness, prayers and love during the 395.00 Installed Plus '
day at 3 p.m. in the Sardis Baptist Webster of Lake Butler; a host of loss of their loved one. Special .
Church in Worthington Springs with nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing thanks to Dr. Marvin W. Johnson .j"it
Rev. Rudy Williams and Rev. Bob friends.Funeral and his staff,Archer Transport Service -
Wiley officiating. Burial was In services were held April Health Care Services, the 5th f Y 200 Min. ;
Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the 14, at St. James A.M.E., Lake Floor at Shands Hospital, Elder :
direction of Archer Funeral Home of Butler.Services trusted to Booker T. Dorlee Holmes and Rev. Amos V. RICK WELLS (
Lake Butler. Hunt Funeral Home of Newberry. Rose. Your love and kindness will General Manager Free Usage : ::
never be forgotten. May God bless
Pearlie M. WebsterMrs.
Cords ThanksYour you.George Webster,Catherine Filer
Pearlie Mae Webster died of
Tuesday, April 10, at her home &Family 90 DaysFinancing
following a long illness. She was 73. thoughtful and kind expres- The family of Charles Grady .
Born In Valdosta, Ga., Brooks sions of sympathetic understanding Farnback would like to express their \ ,
County,she moved to Lake Butler at following the loss of our loved one sincere thanks to all who expressed '
an early age.She was a homemakerand will never be forgotten. A mere their sympathy during our bereave- ,I'.
a member of Greater Temple "Thank You"will not express all our ment. < O/
Church of God In Christ. sincere gratitude.The Thank you for your prayers,phone e" 0 70 ,(< ,,'. '.
Survivors include a loving and C.C.Anderson family calls, cards, food, flowers, visits, I .: '. .. ."
devoted husband, George Webster; special gifts, and kindness shown "rf'f'tf .. "
loving devoted niece, Catherine The family of the late Mrs. Perlie during his illness. ( S'
Filer of Lake Butler; one sister, Mae Webster would like to thank The Family of Charles Grady re.GOUT
Mrs. Minnie Lee Roley of Valdosta, each and everyone for their kind- Farnbach.









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