Bradford County telegraph
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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 12, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Friday and only slightly warmer Saturday. Sunday may bring Fair. ... ... .. ...4.5.7'
more cloudiness and some stormy weather, but remaining warm. Area N.w..5.105 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Highs will remain in the low 70s Thursday and Friday, and reach CI.d' Ad..sftos
near 80 Saturday and Sunday.. Obituor!....... ....If... 1 IB 110th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
:i lIth! Issue Thursday, April 12, 19110 USPS 062-700
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Worth Grand Jury Problnl( Sheriff's Investigation of Megan Renaud Murder I

N The Bradford County grand jury was in ses- subdivision on the SE corner of Sampson ship with the Bradford Sheriff's Department, Renaud's disappearance as a runaway, and
oting sion last Friday, April 6, td question the Lake.She had been shot in the head. but to avoid any appearance of being either the investigation was not given a high priorityas
handling of the investigation of the murder of The grand jurors decided to go forward too hard or too light on the Bradford County required.
Meghan Renaud. with their own investigation of the Megan Sheriff's Office, it is essential to bring in an Attorney Tanner is acquainted with Brad-
Thanks. Renaud investigation. outside legal advisor to the grand jury. ford County, since he is already investigatingthe
.. State Attorney Len Register said Sue Moss Register said, he will ask Gov. Bob Mar- Attorney Tanner has agreed to handle the sheriff's office relative to allegations of in-
George Thomas, president of the foreman of the current panel? of jurors, askedto tinez to appoint 7th Circuit State Attorney grand jury's investigation, triggered by a mate beatings at the jail.
Bradford Roping Club, wishes to review the investigation of murder. John Tanner to take his place as legal I adviserto plea by Renaud's mother, Lil Hemdman,who Sheriff Etheridge said he at first thought it
thank its sponsors for making the the grand jury to avoid the appearance of was quoted as saying "There are lots of was another runaway, of which Is not uncom-
frolic a great success last week- Renaud a 12-year-old Bradford County conflict. questions the sheriff should have to answer. I mon In this area. The case was not treated asa
end. Thanks again.Hampton school girl, was found dead a year ago in the Register said the 8th Circuit state felt like I had to do something." death until the body was found four days
woods near her home In the Deer Foot Trail attorney's office has a good working relation- Hemdman said Sheriff Etheridge treated after Megan disappeared.

City Park...
A chili dinner and egg hunt Is
scheduled Saturday, April 14, in g
Hampton City Park. Dinners serv- J' .,gtMk Fair
ed 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., with egg hunt v +tzy' Opens

following. .
Proceeds will go to Volunteersfor I
the Hampton Fire Department. r

Brooker City Hall... For 4-Day Run

The Brooker City Hall will be 0
closed Saturday morning, April 20, q A 0 Q

until noon. lEe try By Joe Gltty bracelet for $10 and ride all they
Clerk Charlene Thomas will be in t a
.f BCT Staff Writer want. Friday night is Midnight
'-!' 0M
the office Saturday afternoon, 12-3 0 V s.. A banner crowd attended the open Madness when students can buy a
p.m. Mr ing of the 40th annual Bradford bracelet for$8 and ride from 10 p.m.
County Fair Tuesday afternoon and to 1 a.m.All .
each after the
night. fair rides are $1
The Brooker Athletic Associationwill {: yit The fair will run through Satuday advance sale.Parking .
host a Softball tournament, ski g night, April 14. Some 40,000 personsare at the fair will cost this
Saturday and Sunday, April 20 and it ii expected to walk through the year. The Kiwanis Club Is asking for
: gates a$1 donation to help pay for buildingthe
21.For additional information, call "Sales are up, attendance is up.. I Kiddie Park in downtown Starke
4 Gene Melvin, Ph. 4851343.Congr.ssman : think it'll be great, barring bad and to purchase equipment for the
\ weather," Chamber Secretary park.
.. I Lillian Pearson said Wednesday The fair exhibits and midway
Congressman Bill Nelson, afternoon. Cool weather is expectedand opened at 5 p.m. Tuesday evening to
Democratic contender in the no rain. Clear skies should packed crowds of early fair visitors.
Florida Governor's race, will be at prevail through Saturday The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
the Bradford County Courthouse, t 4,. 106,000 ride tickets were sold hfestock shows ushered in the

Friday, April 20, at 11 a.m., to before the fair opened Tuesday. The agricultural events, starting at 7
meet with local officials and the Rotary Club sold 1,350 chicken and p.m. Tuesday with the swine show
public.Congressman. rice dinners at $3 each at noon and attracting a large number of
Nelson will tour all Wednesday.The spectators.
local penal institutions In the area, new ferris wheel nearly 100 Ninety-nine swine were entered in
prior to a 2:30: p.m. meeting at the feet high, weighs 100 tons, holds 120 the show; a few were not acceptedfor
Courthouse In Lake Butler, giving. adults or 160 children, has 6,000 In- entry Forty-three steers are
Union County officials and candescent computerized lights, andis entered in the steer show.
residents an opportunity to meet set up here for only the fourth
him.If. time. Ordinarily, the big wheel Fair Booths...
anyone has questions, call Dr. wouldn't be set up in a small fair like Judging of fair booths was done
Len Schlofman, Ph. 904-8070... this but United Shows owner Ed prior to opening with best booths
'J '" .:. ,' y.- 'Gregory rs-doing.lt out of appreciation chosen in three categories ;1
Shrine Parade.:.. to Fair Association leaders Ray In the commercial category,

The annual Shrine Parade is Norman and Warren Carver, he Hardee Taxidermy won top honors,
says. Sawyer Gas was second and Artistic I
scheduled Saturday, April 21,. Fair Time.. The ferris wheel transported by Photography took third place.
beginning at 10:30: a.m. four semi trailers It takes 14 hours
The winning booth in the Adult
The parade route will begin at Ci- Queen Tavla Heddlng cho.en
All the
and 10 men to set it up. setup Education category was a tie bet-
ty Hall, going south to Call St. It Saturday night pass atop awooden is done hydrauically with self the Florida Air National Guard
will west to US-301 turn hon. the ween
proceed on nwrry-go-
United Shows.
generated power by and Families Against Drugs, the se-
north and proceed to WashingtonSt round at the Bradford Fair.Queen model
It's brand 1990
a new cond place winner was SuEl'sRetirement
and dispersal. Tavla will reign ov.r the
delivered to United Shows in West Home and Bradford
Chicken dinners will be availablefor Bradford Fair this w..k.
Palm Beach this year, Gregory Division of Forestry won the third
$4 donations, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., For more on the Strawb.rry .
at Starke Elementary School. Take ribbon winner place position.In
and fair
Pag.ont New strawberry queen Tavia Hed- Junior Education Southside
out dinners will be available at the !.. B-tectlon In this l..u.. ding cut a ribbon to officially open Elementary School exhibit, was

Starke Woman's Club, Jeffersonand At I.ft, Rotarlani Stove the fair at 11 a.m. Wednesday. chosen for first place, Bradford-
Walnut Streets. t Roagan Tim Thompson and Bill Ribbon winners in the Food Union 4-H exhibit was second and
Book Fair... :; Betsent the attorney retplen- Department, Arts and Crafts, Hor- Bradford-Union Girl Scouts placed
d.nt In suit tie and apron at ticulture, and Needlework are listedin third.
The Bradford Middle School h. right dish out chicken and rice the B-section this week.
Library Book Fair, April 25 to May dinners. Some 1,350 were old. The Bradford-Union FFA and 4-H Remaining Schedule...

2, provides an opportunity to refur- u, zvjr'ssKA Th. Fair runs through Saturday swine sale Is set for 6 p.m. Friday, Events scheduled for the re-
bish your library with new article for show is set for 7
night. See at right April 13. The steer
mainder of the fair, Thursday
volumes, or purchase gifts for : .
details. p.m. today (Thursday, April 12)
through Saturday, are:
family and friends. The steer sale is set for 2 p.m.Saturday
The BMS Media Center will be ll4.
open daily, 8:30: a.m. to 3 p.m. for Friday is Kids Day. Students Thursday, April 12:
browsing. The book selection will through grade 12 will be admitted to 12 noon: Fair exhibit buildingSee
cover all reading interests, with J the fairgrounds free from noon to 5
many new, attractive titles from a .: p.m. From 1-6 p.m. kids can buy a ( Fair..P.2A)
major publishers.Proceeds .
from the sale will be -
used to purchase books for the

library. Len School
I Register Opens ; '

Downtown Jubilee...

Anyone wishing to display crafts Election. CalendarAn
or art in the Starke Downtown Campaign r

Jubilee, Saturday, May 12, contactthe b
Chamber of Commerce for an -
Ph. 964-5278. Ya'll Habitual offenders andjvictims of special attention under tne Kegister f IssueIt's
application crime will be two areas highlightedif regime is the victims of crime. k
come. current appointive State AttorneyLen Often forgotten or Ignored in the 4
Equipment Needed... Register, a Republican, is criminal justice system are the a matter of when to have
elected to a full term. rights and needs of the victims, teacher planning days, but the
The Bradford County Special ,Register says. teacher's union and school ad-
Olympics summer program needs Register, the son of Bradford "We will emphasize both those ministration can't agree.
used softball and tennis equipmentas school administrator Lennard programs," Register said as he It's also whether to name one plan-
quickly possible. To donate Register, officially opened his elec- welcomed friends and supporters to ning day for the late reknowned
equipment, call Dan Cuddington, tion campaign Saturday night, April his campaign kick-off. Register black leader, Dr.Martin Luther KingJr.
Ph. 964-6911 or Joan McKinney, 7, at a chicken and rice feed at the served dinners, shook hands, and .
964-6800, ex. 149. farm of former Union Sheriff John visited with well-wishers from "We're at impasse," Supt. Jim
Whitehead between Starke and Lake ,throughout the area. Duncan reported to the school board
Job Corp... Butler. Some 400 attended. Register is serving the unexpired ,. Monday night, April 9.
Young men and women, ages term of former State Attorney Gene 444hr A public airing of problems with
16-21, think about joining the job Emphasizing two programs he Whitworth, who died in office in late the 1990-91 school calendar is set for
corp. Free job training, self-paced will continue to strongly support 1988. 7 p.m. Monday, April 23, when the
learn a skill and earn when elected to his first full term as Appointed to the position by school board meet at Soulhside
money program while you learn. For more State Attorney for the Eighth Governor Bob Martinez, Register Register in the Chow Line at Whitehead Farm... Elementary School. It's the ad-

Information, contact Irene Pierce Judicial Circuit, Len Register will seek election to a full term in State Attorney Len Register Is on the serving side of the chow line at a ministration and school board ver-
Johnson, at Job Service of Florida, stated, "We have joined the effort of elections this fall At the present campaign supper at the former sheriff John Whitehead farm In Union sus the teacher union, the Bradford
1430 South First St., Lake City, or local law enforcement in tightening time, no opponent has announced in County. The supper was hosted by Whitehead to kick-off Register's cam Education Association.The .
call Ph. 758-0433. down on habitual offenders. opposition to Register. Qualifyingtime paign for election to a full term as State Attorney for the Eighth Judicial I school calendar is a
Upcoming... Another program to receive begins in July and ends July 20. Circuit. bargainable item.

Public meetings scheduled in the The school board which helps
coming weeks are: plan the stategy on the administration -
Lawtey City Council will meet in Duncan Tightens School Purse Stringsthe side of the bargaining,will sit in
"a workshop to consider policy procedures Supt. judgement April 23 and render a
Thursday, April 12, at 7 decision on the calendar.The school
p.m., in City Hall. Opting for financial responsibility, school board. expense... a total of some$70,000 for situation. The vacancies occurred board, by law, must establish the
Starke City Council meeting, Supt. Jim Duncan announced Mon- Supt. Duncan hopes to learn more the Operations Center. because teachers are on leave, retir- calendar, Supt. Jim Duncan said.
Tuesday April 17, at 7:30: .p.m., In day night, April 9, that expenses In about state spending by June, but Expenses are also being kept ing or resigned teachers, and The board hits met with Supt. Dun-
City Hal the Operations Center won't be In- the 196 percent Increase for education down In other areas, and Supt. Dun- teachers not asked back. can in private sessions several timesin
Bradford County Commissioners creased this year and the $100,000 is what he's hearing at meetings can plans to stick to the status quo. Board Member Len Schlofman the bargaining process, and did so
mid-month meeting Wednesday, down payment on classrooms com- around the state, he said.. The school district is not hiring any asked, "Have you told the principalswe again Monday night to find out the
April 18, at 7:30: p.m., In the Cour- puters will be delayed a month or so. Mike Reddish, incoming Opera- additional personnel in the district don't want any 'love" joy lists' BEA's latest position.
thouse. Facing 1.98 percent in new state tions Center director, and Wayne office or In any school, that he knowsof when the board visits? Yes, replied

Bradford County School Board .monies for the $18,000,000 school McLeod, assistant superintendentfor ,said Supt. Duncan. "We just can't Supt.Duncan.Board There is pressure on the BEA to
meeting scheduled Monday, April budget, Supt. Duncan is now taking, support operations, "...did a afford it," Duncan said. Member Evelyn Chastain have a planning holiday declared for
23, at 7 p.m., in Southslde Elemen- the conservative route with the upcoming very, very good planning job," in The administration is in process of asked, "How will that affect still our 25-1 Dr King. The school board will haveto
tary School. 1990-91 spending. "I intendto departmentalizing the Operations Interviewing applicants for the prin- pupil-teacher" ratio? Is that our decide that, said Supt. Duncan.
Bradford County Zoning Board be fiscally responsible," Supt. Center said Supt. Duncan. "I've no cipalships open at Bradford High goal?
meeting, set for Tuesday, April 24, Duncan told the school board. The disagreement with the concept. But and Hampton Elementary, Duncan Duncan replied, "That is still our
at 7 p.m., In City Hall. superintendent got no argument I do believe we can't afford to go into said. goal.. I feel the last place we" want to i\lItl, the BEA proposes two plann-
set There are currently some 20 cut is classroom teaching. ing days in one week of the school
Starke Zoning Board meeting, from any school board member or that type of thing.
for Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m., In administrator present. Reddish'* plan called for five teaching vacancies in the district, Teacher units authorized are onlyStrings..p. year, which would mean student
school three
would attend day
City Hall. By taking charge Supt. Duncan department heads with increased but principals are holding off hiring ,
hoe .:! ) week.
took the decision out of the hands of salaries and new computer until more Is known about the budget Tuesday-Thursday, one I II I

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Rosier Calls for Appointed City Clerk, Police Chief I Iby


Butter Rohn council were free to hire an efficient for the first time,says he has no problems Monday, April 2, Jordan asked the
ICY Staff Writer clerk. with an elected chief of police, council to pave 1.3 miles of First
Three Lawtey council members "No overtime pay for elective officials. or city clerk. He will, however, propose Street, on the East side of the
expressed differing opinions on ." should be spelled out in the changes In responsibility and railroad, and an equal length on the
changing the Lawtey charter this new charter, Rosier believes, with authority of the council and chief of West side of the tracts,on Grove St.,
week,an indication the workshop set personnel policy and procedure police. Truman St., and Olive St.
for 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, April regulations established and enforc- Jordan says the chief of police "The residents of Lawtey deserve
12) may have tough sledding in set- should have the authority to appoint better city government than they
ting priorties and reaching agree- ed."There will be no decent city police officers for the city, with ap- are currently getting," Jordan said.
ment on changes to the city charter. government in Lawtey until the elec- proval by the council. The chief of Although Chief M.M. Jordan does

jtW<#gvY / Commissioner and former mayor tive clerk and chief of police posi- police is placed In an untenable position not vote on council matters, there
Marvin Rosier says the town had tions are appointive Rosier said. If he Is required to supervise of- are some changes he would like to
almost all the ordinances needed, Rosier, a veteran of Lawtey ficers hired by the city council, Jordan see in the new charter
but about half disappeared from city politics, with more than 18 years on says. Chief Jordan's first priority is to
hall before the last election, and un- the city council, says there is much Councilman Jordan Is concerned provide a retirement system for all
fortunately they were not recorded more dissention among the council full time city employees, elected and
about the apparent lack of Interest in
anywhere else.Now the city needs to today than in years past and the the Fire Department by the council appointed, including police officers.
incorporate many of the former or- fun has gone out of sitting on the saying fire hydrants Chief Jordan pointed out that
dinances into a new charter.Rosier's inoperable for officers to
council. Lawtey's requirement
have been brought to the attention of
priority in writing a new Councilman Emmett Bright said meet police standards is the same
the council for several weeks,
charter, or amending the existing he has no specific goals in changing without done.Jordan for all law enforcement and
anything being
document, is to provide for the chiefof the charter, and doesn't the need custodial officers, and Lawtey, witha
........ see will recommend that the mayor ap-
... 'I .. police and city clerk to be ap- for many changes. starting salary of S8.29 per hour
point one of the council members to
pointed by the city council, rather Bright does not favor any changesthat head the Fire Department, puts the city at a decided disadvan-
Outstanding Recruiting Support... than being elective. would decrease the number of similar up to other appointments, suchas tage in hiring and keeping police officers -
Rosier the council would then
A plaque for outstanding recruiting support Is presented to the Fair have the says responibihty and authorityto elective positions in city govern- Streets, Water, Finance, etc. more especially, benefits.since the
ment, and plans to oppose any town offers no retirement
Association by Msgt. Carl Slevers of the Florida Air National Guard. in
operate city government an recommendations for making the Jordan he has been in Lawtey
Receiving the plaque Is Chamber Director Anita Rink. says
orderly manner, avoiding the con- chief of police and the city clerk ap- 12 years, and except for a small sec- The mayor should be the leader of
frontations that have been promi- pointive. tion near the school, there has beenno the town, supported by the council,
City Auditors Give Brooker nent in recent months.An Bright did not indicate any areasin street paving by the city. Chief Jordan said and the charter
which he will seek changes in the The city is sitting on $420,000 In should make that clear.A .
appointive clerk seems to be charter, saying things are going CDs (certificates of deposit) and recent grand Jury admonished
Clerk Excellent Reportby Rosier's first priority saying the about the same as always with the needs to spend some of the money on Lawtey to put its house in order providing
$510 per week being paid for clerical council. the 3.7 miles of dirt streets Inside the Initiative for the council to
Buster Rahn work in city hall is Tar too much, and Councilman Delbert Jordan city limits Jordan said. take a look at its charter and
BCT Staff Writer is tory the and lack numbering of an equipment system Inven-for could be substantially reduced if the r..pntly elected to th. olty cnunr iiSheriff's In the previous council meeting operating procedures.

Brooker Clerk Charlene Thomas assets acquired through purchases,
received an excellent audit reportfor grants, gifts, etc.
her first year on the job, and the Douglas said the town shouldn't Office Says County Victim's Advocate Necessary I

Brooker council was complimented clutter it's records with small, inex-

Tuesday, April 10, for conservative pensive items and suggested recor- don't know if any of you have comes from inside Starke. Could the victim advocacy program
management by Auditors Eddie ding all assets costing in excess of been a victim but if you come Pressed for a money figure, be tied in with the transportation -
Douglas, CPA, and Doug Reddish, $500. the (law enforcement) system Sheriff Etheridge guessed program for the disadvantaged,
CPA, both representing Davis Monk Mayor Ted Bigham said that scary thing," said Ms. Haynes. "somewhere around' $30,000. Com- asked Commissioner Joe Riddick.
Farnsworth and Co., a local accoun- figure is too high, and exempts too Anne, I think we agree missioners wondered where the "Can't this be spread out among
ting and auditing firm. many items, such as filing cabinets, you. It boils down to the money can be found. agencies which already exist?" ask-
Reddish reviewed the audit calculators, etc. ," said Commission Chair- Chairman Carter said, "You can ed Anita Rink, executive director of
report, page by page, with the coun- Bigham suggested recording all Maxie Carter Jr. see it'll cost money. But look at the the Chamber of Commerce. Or Ms.
cil pointing out various items of in- assets costing more than $100. The came various suggestions: Public Defender's office. Look how Rink said, volunteers could be
terest, saying the revenues were council agreed. Reggie Flynn asked if much we spend on defendants." recruited to handle the program. "If
properly reported and deposits were Reddish said "Overall, the booksare of the current deputies could be Commissioner Wilbur Waters then you have no money the solution is to
timely made. in good shape, and Charlene is victim advocate. Deputies suggested the city be contacted, ad- farm it out," said Ms. Rink.
Reddish said "The water opera- doing a good job." crimes are too busy now ding fuel to Commissioner Chairman Carter asked Commis-
tion broke even last year, which it is Douglas said, "The council is said Sheriff Chandler's earlier suggestion. sioner Chandler to work with Sheriff
supposed to do. The minutes were operating conservatively, and the Japerwork.: Starting a victim advocacy program Etheridge on developing the pro-
well kept and organized, the paid town is in good fiscal condition." Joe Riddick sug- would result in another gram, and to contact the Starke
bills were approved and checks iden- increasing."I two or three small counties bureacracy was suggested by At- commission.The .
tified by number. Bearden Visits... in together. Etheridge said torney Flynn. "I know in 10 rears county needs to talk to its
Reddish said the" books "look a lot Mike Bearden, business managerfor Sheriff Jerry Whitehead envi- you'dhave 10 or 15 employees,' said state legislators about state man-
like last year, with two items N. Florida Reception and a 20 hour employee there, said attorney Flynn. dates, said Clerk Norman. "These
needing attention. Medical Center made a courtesycall Etheridge, saying he doesn't What qualifications would be small counties have absorbed ab<'It
The first item, amending the on the Brooker Council to say how a combined office would necessary for a victim's advocate, all they can, and it's looks like I
budget to reflect actual expenditures the Department of Corrections (DC) The Bradford crime case load asked Clerk Norman.Commissioner going to get wors i" the clerk add
makes for a "cleaner" set of is making progress in building the for a fulltime person. Carter then sug-
books, Douglas said. It isn't a new institution near Lake Butler, said. gested the county take half of the
serious problem, and takes only a and will vacate the Farmer's is the legislature going to public defender's budget to fund the Bradford County is looking at .-
few minutes to make the budget rowing to finish out its
to counsel with .
Market facility by the end of the an agency a program."Look
changes. year. before he commits a crime," I didn't come in here to fiscal year. Clerk Norman said
he will be able
to tell the
The Farmer's Market buildingsare County Clerk Ray Norman. shake your tree," said Sheriff amount
Douglas be eas' T for currently utilized by DOC for is the city's role,asked Com- Etheridge.The commission need not which will have to be borrowed in
the council to ue aware of expenditures storage of building materials for the Ross Chandler, pointing make a decision Monday, Etheridge about 45 days, in mid-May. The
relative to budgeted new prison, now under construction a large part of the crime load said. budget year ends Sept. 30.
amounts If the computer is program- about six miles from Brooker in
med to produce the information. If Union County.

not, the information can be gathered Bearden said three dormitories Brooker Attorney Limits harter I Iby
Says City Wrong
manually for each accounting are completed, and inmates will be iq\ I .
period. moving into one of the buildings this --
An ongoing concern of the auditors week. Buster Rahn council declined to.add additionalfee
clerk's position in updating the an Attorney Hobbs said DOT has of-
BCT Staff Writer"We charter. for extra work required by the fered permit existing water linesat
have found a 1952 ordinancethat The council voted 5-0 to proceed clerk to process the request.Firemen's no cost if the town will locate the
Fairfrom describes the town
accurately with "cleaning the charter" pipes. Hobbs said it is offer
limits up by a good ,
City Hobbs
Attorney Johnny
told the Brooker council special act but Attorney Hobbs said Liability... and suggested the town comply with
( page 1A) April 10.Attorney. Tuesday' he doesn't know if he can get the Attorney Hobbs said the town the DOT request to furnish informa-
legislative delegation to act on it this faces potential liability if the tion.
Hobbs said the
opens. 1 p.m.: Midway opens. current year, since the legislature is already Brooker Fire Depar' nent fights
5 p.m.: Midway opens. 6:00 p.m. Bradford-Union 4-H charter, amended in 1983 describesthe in session. fires outside Bradfo. County, or
71.m.: Bradford-Union 4-H and and FFA swine sale. town limits in error and shouldbe outside its immediate area, and Councilman Gene Melvin proposed -
Show. 11 p.m.: Fair closes. changed as soon as possible. Land Use Plan... should seek inLerlocal aements the town discontinue accruing ex-
11 p.m.: Fair closes. Attorney Hobbs said that while with other penditures in discussing the broken
Last month (March governmental ncies to
changes can be made by referendumor Insure water main with DOT, "pay our bills
Friday, April 13: 'Saturday, April 14: by a special act of the legislature, meeting ordinance) Attorney outlining Hobbs proceduresfor suggestedan coverage.adequate liability insurance and learn from our mistakes."
he suggested the latter means, since
12 Fair exhibit 12 noon: Fair opens.
noon: buildings changing the ComprehensiveLand
2 p.m. Beef Breed Sale and Beef there will be no material changes to DOT to Permit Lines...
open. the charter that affects citizens Use Plan (CLUP). In the Attorney Hobbs commended Mar-
Steer Sale.
12 noon 5 p.m.: Children and rights. meeting Tuesday night, Hobbs In an update concerning the shal Tommy Raulerson for working
Students Day. Free admission 3 p.m.: Midway opens. While correcting the charter At- brought a draft copy of an or- broken water line on Department of to remove abandoned cars and junk
through 12th grade. 11 p.m.: Final closing of fair. torney Hobbs suggested adding the dinance, and with the council's ap- Transportation (DOT) right of way, automobiles off Main Street.

proviso for making the marshal's proval, he held a first reading

position appointive, which is already toward adoption.Although .
Stringsfrom provided for by amendment.Two the town had only one
or three years ago, Brooker CLUP change last year and one this
( page IA) amended its charter by special act year, Hobbs said it will take the
pressure off the clerk and council to
to eleminate
elective clerk and mar-
one-half less than this year, Duncan the school grounds at Starke shal and have a written plan available for
positions, provide for their
said. Elementary priced at $7,200.No .
persons wishing to make a change in
appointment by the council. .
Supt. Duncan still hopes to add a carpet will be replaced In Residential restrictions also land use. The council agreed.
laboratory at Southside Elementary schools or the district office. Thereis were
for one Writing to Read project and currently $75,000 or $80,000 of removed from the two positions, Persons wanting to change the
for Bradford Middle School science carpet in need of replacement Duncan allowing the town to seek the most land use plan are required to pay
added. qualified people to fill the positions. legal advertising costs, and this provision
labs.But Supt. Duncan stressed his Board Member Chastain asked, Attorney Hobbs did not refer to the remains unchanged. Then

committment to the $500,000 projectto "Will we put off; last year's re-

buy 177 classroom computers plus quests?" Most of those projects have m You get $100 back, direct from the

supporting memory equipment. "I been completed, Supt. Duncan said. manufacturer, when purchase
believe we can find $85,000 to The ceiling in the SE cafetorium is you
$100,000 to commit to the concept," in terrible shape and badly needs -n this GE camcorder. See us now for
complete details and the
Duncan said. replacement, ...whenever we can great
The district will probably still afford it, said Op Center Director features of advanced
receive $60,000 earmarked for com- Lennard Register. design GE camcorders.
puter hardware, Duncan estimates. Supt.Duncan said no teachers will s ;
This summer the Operations be employed for summer work other
Department will be limited to repair than earmarked projects.There will "
and replace jobs. "We flat won't be no changes in classfication movement HOME
have the money to move walls," for non-Instructional
Duncan said, saying such requests employees. There will be no new S25.OOO
from teachers, honored in past lawn movers vacuum cleaners,
years will be refused this summer. typewriters, or computers purchased -
Any capital outlay project will be after April 9, the superintendent
put off, such as a planned fencing of stressed.

The fully enrolled drivers education -
( program badly needs its GET $25,000

Worth Noting] teaching cars replaced but they no
longer come free from dealers or not
often at a reduced price, Duncan
said. A real hard look needs to be
taken at the car situation,he told the THE HOUSE.
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The Bradford County School "This is not a real great report, .'
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Office Conflict of Interest Claimed
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.. by Butter Rahn child." Dodd went on to say he was Commissioner Ross Chandler Improprieties,but if I do,O'Neal will
leT Staff Writer appointed to the Subdivision Com- echoed the same theme, saying "If be the first to know. I been In
At' .r Real Estate Agent Bill Dodd told mittee last year by then commission O'Neal or anyone else violates the business here seven years, and have
,: commissioners the relationship l bet chairman Wilbur Waters, only to be integrity of his office the boardcommissioners never been In the office to get Information.
..... .w. b ween Zoning Director Darrell replaced by O'Neal.IOU he'll do this ( ) would take action. ."
\i O'Neal and Realtor Susan Faulkneris he U certainly do something to put I haven't seen any violation of In- Riddick said both attorneys Flynn
,., .-lit r unfair and a conflict of Interest. money in his pocket,"Dodd said, far and and Brown say the county should not
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\ real
Ten estate attendedthe
', '.,"'. agents parently believing O'Neal had put O'Neal to be removed from office at give out Information over the
; ;:. ; :Jth1., .' ',.... ......-- .- : Wednesday, March 21, mid- him off the committee (his time." telephone, and the county will stick
.' ',,, .,' ,,,. 6.\' .',",' ',.....IX'..",' ... month commission meeting. O'Neal said, "I wouldn't do Chairman Carter said, "My position with the decision of the attorneys.

t ..11', ,,". ;.. O'Neal and Faulkner were engaged anything" to violate: your trust in is clear. I think there is a con- O'Neal contends that giving Infor-
,: at the time but were married me. flict of interest..I'll not change my mation over the telephone leaves the
.,1 ...' Saturday, March 24.Dodd's The appointment to the Subdivi mind. I don't blame the real estate county/city open to a lawsuit if the
\ .. '1.. comment referred to their sion Committee went to the presi- people, I wouldn't want O'Neal in Information is Incorrect, and errors
.{ respective professional positionsand dent of the Board of Realtors, which zoning if I were In real estate." can occur in Identifying parcel
.. .." ....."', r the perceived advantage it will was Dodd in 1989 and In 1990 is numbers by either party.
''III give to the Faulkner Agency.In Darlene Godwin O'Neal pointed out. Both Chairman Carter and Com
.y .. the past few weeks, O'Neal has "I resent the statement that I Telephone Info... missioner Norman said the policy
bought three parcels of land, with would put money in my pocket," Real Estate Agent Laverne should be reviewed but no action
Faulkner as co-owner, resulting in O'Neal said. Outlaw said was taken by the board.
"I don't want
the charge that he is the To the any im-
entering charge that a conflict of in- propriety in the office.
real estate business while workingas terest exists,O'Neal said he discussed cloud hangs over the Although office a Personal Gain...
county/city zoning director. Two the issue with County Attorney I'm not making any recommendation zoning Realtor Vernie Odom said, "My
county commissioners Chairman Reggie Flynn and Starke City At- to retain or fire O'Neal." problem Is unique. Persons
appointed -
.. : Maxie Carter Jr.,and E.L. Norman torney Terence Brown, neither of
Outlaw said his problem is with to office are not to use the of-
view the situation as a conflict of In- whom saw any legal conflict in the decision to discontinue giving In- fice for personal gain. It is illegal.
terest, while the remaining three O'Neal's continuing in the
formation over the telephone. officials are not to use their
commissioners see nothing at the director's job. O'Neal said he also Although O'Neal said the policy has offices for personal gain,and It givesme
moment to warrant the removal of sought an opinion from the State I live with
.dj1 been in force for about two years a problem. can gettinga
"', O'Neal from his position. Ethics Commission and was Outlaw said for the past seven years signed slip for information on pro-
assured he Is not In Violation of any he has received "
Chairman Carter raised the issue codes by the personal ownership of the telephone zoning, saving time and Commissioner Wilbur Waters
during the first meeting' of the ,real estate. trouble of going to the zoning office. said, "I am one of the three commissioners -
month,then called a special meeting with Chandler and Riddick.
to discuss O'Neal's purchasing pro Commissioner Joe Riddick said "This (no information over the This thing has bothered me as muchas
perty jointly with Faulkner, followed O'Neal has represented Bradford phone procedure) has been adopted, it has bothered you. If O'Neal
by marriage of the couple. County well, and "I don't know but I think it should be" struck from uses his office for personal gain, I'll
anyone with a legitimate complaint. the record. That's my only purposeIn be the first to remove him.'
Dodd said he and O'Neal have If O'Neal does something unethical, being here." The discussion continued. In the
.si been friends for but the situa- I'd be the first to help terminate In reference to the former issue, end, O'Neal said, 'I understandyour
tion "makes yearsi like a step- him." Outlaw said, "I don 't know of any position and I'll abide by it."

Auto Salvage Yard Approved by Adjustment Board .

An auto salvage yard site was ap- the Florida Highway Patrol rotationlist fence to provide some landscaping. Heights Golf and County Club's new
proved Tuesday night March 27, by meaning that his wreckers are Petitioners agreed to the stiplua- "back nine."
the Board of Adjustment, to be called to remove vehicles from tions and the board will review the Approval of the request will allow
located in an Industrial area at the public highways by patrol officers. site at the end of six months. lots to be reduced in size from 20,000
rail crossing of Georgia Southernand At times the vehicles are abandoned square feet to 10,000 square feet,and
Florida Railroad and US-301, 6 and Mosher's only recourse for frontage reduced from 100 feet to 75
miles south of Starke. payment is to sell the vehicle, after Zoning Board... feet.Ellis
The proposed salvage yard is to be following legal procedures of acquir- There was only one item on the said a central water system
located on the north side of the ing ownership. Bradford County Zoning Board's will be installed, but control sewageis
railroad part of the ,old Crown Approval of the request will allow agenda, and it was disposed of in 12 not planned. The existing graded
Lumber Co. sawmill site. Mosher to cannibalize the vehicles minutes, with the request being road will be retained, and turned
Jam'' and sell component parts Williams recommended for approval. over to a homeowners associationfor

The Property owner, James said. Improvement and maintenance

Williams,sought a special exceptionto Doris Ellis, represented by her Ellis said.
allow easer Mosher Towing Ser- The Board of Adjustment approved son, Jay Ellis, sought rezoning of
vice to conduct a salvage yard in the request with the stipulationthat 14.5 acres on Paradise Lake, from The proposed subdivision ordinance
connection with his recovery and the salvage yard will be screen- low density to medium density. not yet in effect does not
towing service. ed from view with a 6-foot-high The property lies In Bradford allow homeowner associations for
Finders, Keepers... Williams said Mosher Towing is on fence and plants set in front of the County, adjacent to Keystone road maintenance.

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,\, !. d. .. ': .",'.r ", "..r. Bradford County's First Big fair I

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.. Was Held in Lake Butler in 1913

Investigating an InvestigationGetting


into an investigation of an in- It was later explained that the suspect j

vestigation is probably something new in could not be questioned without the .
the annals of Bradford County grand presence of an attorney but even with I

juries, but in this instance it seems this restriction, a vigorous line of ques- \ '

justified if only to quiet rumors that have tioning might have produced some "
hounded and haunted the mystery enlightening clue.

murder of 12-year-old MeJ Jan Renaud, State Attorney Len Register, who serv-
who was reported missing March 20, 1989 ed as legal adviser to the grand jury in N.-
from her home on Deer Foot Trail. the recent Marvin Rosier cases said that .

The new investigation of alleged flawsin he will also ask Governor Martinez to ap- v : qt

the conduct of the original investigation point a 7th Circuit State Attorney to take
was sparked by the dissatisfaction of his place in this capacity in order to avoid

Meghan's mother, Lil Heindman who the "appearance of conflict".

now lives in Minot, North Dakota. "We must maintain a good working

Mrs. Heindman took her concerns to relationship with the sheriff's office, I

grand jury foreman, Sue Moss, who call- Register told a Gainesville Sun reporter,
ed a new session of the investigatory body adding that "We thought in order to en-

last Friday. "I felt like I had to do sure an independent, thorough investigation -
something," Mrs. Heindman told a that the community can have con-
Gainesville Sun reporter. "There are lots fidence in, it would be better to avoid the p'j

of questions the sheriff should have to appearance of any impropriety. If we
answer." have to take a critical look at somethingthat

was done or not done, we don't want
The mother said that Sheriff Etheridgefirst
believed that Meghan had run away the public to think we're being overly
hard: on them (the sheriff's office) or
with a boyfriend. But four days later her "
them too
body was found in a heavily wooded area, handling lightly.
less than a quarter of a mile from her This is the second instance this year in "
home, with a shot in the head. The sheriff which an outside state agency has been "Take Me Out to The Fairgrounds !

admits that he considered the possibilitythat appointed to investigate Sheriff The first Bradford County Fair held at Lake Butler in 1913 drew terrific crowds who clustered around I
the girl might have been a runaway Etheridge's work. An outside office was the old wooden exhibit building. The early fairs were held In Lake Butler because of Its more central
location In the area that was then Bradford County and because of the productivity of its excellent farm
since they are common among childrenof also called on to investigate allegations of land.

that age. He says, however, that he and inmate beatings at the Bradford County
his deputies did everything possible to Jail. Several other allegations of ex- Although this year's "bigger and bet- Post in December 1930. The First or fairs were field for tne: next four of
solve the puzzling crime. cessive force against jail inmates are be- ter' event is billed as Bradford Strawberry Festival was held here in five years, but Interest was revived
investigated. County's 40th Annual Fair, old files of 1934 on a vacant lot on Call Street east again when the Legion applied for and
Mrs. Heindman, who is divorced from ing Lake Butler and Starke newspapers of the Old Courthouse. It was a gala received a charter in November 1940
Meghan's father, David Renaud, thinks, Etheridge told the Sun that he does not carry accounts of county fairs as far event with music provided by the giving it authority to sponsor the Brad-
however, that the sheriff did not give a feel threatened by the investigations, back as 1913-77 years ago. American Legion Drum and Bugle ford County Fair Association, with R.J.

high priority to Meghan's disappearance. although he finds it "unusual" that the County fairs are a traditional customin Corps dignitaries of included Jacksonville.representatives Visiting of Turner as president.The .

Questions were raised as to why the area state attorney's office has called for two these parts, although they were not Governor Dave Sholtz and Commis- first eve'ot held under this
of his office held on an annual basis until the 1950s. Nathan charter opened on December 2, 1940 at
where the body was found was not sealedoff independent investigations sioner of Agriculture Mayo.
immediately after the discovery this The first County Fair of which we Patriotic speeches'' were made by the BHS athletic field with displays of
year. State farm products, livestock, poultry, and
have a record was described as the big- Florida Prison SuperintendentL.F.
before it had been disturbed by curious These few of the and Lex school handcrafts, plus midway rides
are just a nagging gest event of its kind to be staged in Chapman Congressman
intruders. questions that remain unanswered in the Bradford County and was held October Green. and games.
Meghan Renaud murder investigation. If 24-25, 1913 in Lake Butler, which was By 1960, American Legion membersfelt
Other frustrations have arisen from still in Bradford County at that time. that the Fair had outgrown their
time to time, including the fact that a it accomplishes nothing more, the pre- "The Bradford County Times", as the ability to handle it exclusively. It need-
had been sent investigation of the investigation will ed to expand exhibit and other
possible suspect, one living Lake Butler paper was called at that space
in the vicinity of Meghan's home prior to be worthwhile in keeping this heinous time,:said the Fair would prove to be facilities, requiring a large expenditureof '
the crime, and had a criminal record, crime alive in the public mind. "the greatest public gathering ever money.
willout" held in Bradford County. It was held in A new non-profit corporation was
was being held in the Alachua County We have been told that
connection with contests staged by formed on Jan. 12, 1961 with charter
jail, but could not be questioned, accor- and if the pot is stirred continuouslyand "The Corn Club" and "The Canning subscribers including R.J. Turner, S.A.
ding to the State Attorney's office, relentlessly, the scrap of informationthat Club", which were predecessors to to- Weldon, A.J. Thomas N.D.. Wain-
because the Supreme Court had ruled is needed to solve this mystery will day's 4-H and FFA organizations. wright, Jr., and KG. Duncan. A new
such questioning was unconstitutional. sooner or later come to the surface. The paper said that "Senator Crews site was selected adjacent to the Starke
busy circulating petition for r State Farmers Market on U.S. 301; and
"', signers form a Bradford County Fair II ,. by August of that year work was under-
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w' .1 d Iway-to-lear the.groundnut ness
Association, with mutual agreement1that !
. Poindexter Punished=ReaganRegaledExPresident -.. ,:-. the event beheld,Lake Butler .. .... .-,-for-H grand..Opening.on..October Q.
every year,as it is the most central and Faced with the need to build adequate
accessible point in the county, and is In its second permanent exhibit buildings the
the combined
surrounded the best year association bond
by very approved a $25,000
Ronald Reagan escapedhis not show the same loyalty failing to agricultural section of the State". In grounds Festival/Fair in the moved block to more spacious Issue, which was later increased to
now occupied by
fair share of blame in the Iran-Contra remember incidents that could have view of the feuding that went on bet- the old Starke Armory and County $50,000. The new fair center was openedto
ween Starke and Lake Butler concern- the public on Nov. 14, 1962.
affair, thanks to his malfunctioning helped Poindexter's lawyers defend their ing the location of the county seat in School Board headquarters on Temple
memory, but the man next to him on the client. those days, it's a wonder that Sen. Avenue (now U.S. 301) The Fair has grown by leaps and
totem with whom he held daily con- (Doc) Crews was able to get anyone bounds over the years, with improved
pole, threatened
While Poindexter is now bya exhibit
and increased
from Starke to sign a petition like that. But in spite of the success of the first buildings parking
ferences during the scandal period, hadno possible jail sentence and heavy fines, two festivals, some Starke merchants spaces.It .
such luck. Col. John Poindexter did not the still teflon-coated, Ronald Reagan, The Association had a brief life since protested that the midway attractionswere is opened each April with the tradi-
stand in his behalf World War I broke out in 1914, turning "taking too much out oftown"
take the own perhaps continues to collect millions from book money tional Rural/Urban Day Chicken Din-
attention to serious mat-
people's more
because his too good and his The Business Men's Club, ner, sponsored by the Starke
memory was and the Rotary
royalties, "lecture" fees costly ters than County Fairs.This was follow- predecessor to the Chamber of Commerce Club.After.
acting ability was not equal to that of Mr. pensions and perquisities to which our ex- .ed by the Florida land boom and the proposed a compromise to con-
Reagan, who answered "I just can't presidents have become accustomed, ;Wall Street crash in the late 1920s tinue with the Festival, but to stage it the division of the county in 1921
recall" to hundreds of questions, without whether they deserve; them or not. He followed by the Great Depression in the with a minimum number of outside at- to form Union County from the portionof
1930s when most people were too broketo tractions.But Bradford lying west of New River a
blinking an eye. He did wink an eye, bask in I the adulation of
continues to spend money on frivolous things like Fair continued to be held in Lake Butterfor
however, at Poindexter during the trial, millions of Americans'who pay homageto midway concessions. some objections still persisted, several years in the 1920s,but seemsto
and those who saw it on TV can draw a TV image rather; than a bona fide Interest in the Fair was revived with and the American Legion voted to have faded out during the Big
their own conclusions. leader. the organization of an American Legion withdraw its sponsorship. No festivals Depression of the 1930s.

Poindexter, who was convicted on No doubt Col. Poindexter deserves

charges of conspiracy, obstruction, and whatever sentence he may get, but there don I
Chiles Shoes
lying to Congress during his reign at the remains the uneasy feeling that others, May Walking to Take on MartinezThe

National Security Council, said nothing to who also shared in the guilt, did not get
implicate his "boss". But Mr. Reagan did their equal share of the punishment. Lawton Chiles, who represented pressure 'on Chiles to run ap- 'With his stature and his integrity I
Florida in the U.S. Senate for 13 years parently comess from doubts among think we can get some,things done that
made waves in Florida politics last some Democratic critics that neither need to be done."
weekend by admitting he is seriously U.S. Rep. Bill Nelson nor State Senator Rep. Nelson said he would not step
considering running for Governor on George Stuart of Orlando has the aside even if Chiles entered the race.
. Parents Awake -- There is a Law the Democratic ticket.Should be decideto necessary voter Bobappeal to defeat Stuart also said he would not withdraw.
make the leap, he hopes to enlist Republican Gov. Nelson and Chiles were slated to meet
former legislator and U.S. Represen- Wednesday and discuss the sudden
tative Buddy MacKay as his running Although he would be getting an ad- development, but the outcome of this
Parents of teenage problem drivers Tallahassee in writing that they want mate. mittedly late start inn the campaign meeting was not known at press time.
Chiles explained that he had
have a weapon at their disposal that their teenage driver's license rescinded, MacKay also confirmed that he Is area.hoped to take his time in making such a Chiles was considered a Democratic
should be much more effective than the and it shall be done. pondering the prospect of running with big decision, until the story broke in the stronghold in Washington until his
paddle or a cut in their weekly allowance.For Chiles, saying "I wouldn't even con- press that he was considering a run. retirement two years ago< due to
sider it with somebody other than "frustration" with the slow pace of the
This be good for and MacKay was upbeat over the
may news parents Lawton Chiles." prospect federal government on needed programs
parents who have forgotten or bad news for reckless teenage drivers of teaming up with Chiles, saying and reforms.

may never have known there is another but it should be comforting to moms andpops
remedy a 1939 legislative act that gives to know that they have an effective ................ ..................................................Ntttt.ttttttttitt.tttqHqttttt..I.ttl.ttgtttttttNtltt

parents the right to rescind the license of weapon to use in worse-case scenarios.And .
law seems to be a well-kept secret surprisingly, not all teenagersthink ,
however, and few parents are aware thatit they are being persecuted on the
is "on the books'fJoel T: altar of safe driving by this law. One ANNUAL DUES> $5.00 '

17-year-old youth remarked: "It doesn't

Holley. executive director of the bother me.Jf you behave, you keep your NuuAMrttt '
license. I've waited 16 years to get this .
Northeast Florida Safety Council in .'
tag, and that's too long to screw it up _
Jacksonville that worried parentsin ,
says .
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such cases need only to notify the now. .city State _Lp.
Department of Motor Vehicles in So say we all. :- '
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To Wed Saturday, May 26
The Bridal Party... Sonja Biggs, daughter of Mr. and
Members of the bridal party for the Kim Matheny/Bo Wheeler weddingwere Michael Gissy,son of Mr.and Mrs.Joe
l-r, Fred Wheeler, Jr., best man; the bride, Kim Matheny, the Saturday, May jfl.
groom Bo Wheeler and matron of honor,Kathy Cone. The lawn wedding will take place at 11:
and Karen Johnson, located at 1718 N.W.
Kim Matheny, Bo Wheeler All friends and relatives are invited to :

Wed: in Lawn Ceremony April .
Kim Matheny of Alachua and Fred"Bo"Wheeler were united in mar- Jackie Revels,
riage Friday evening, April 6, at 7 p.m. at the home of the groom's Charlie Johns
parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler Starke. To Wed
Attendants for the wedding couple were the groom's father as best Apt
man, Fred Wheeler, Jr. and Kathy Cone of Hawthorne as matron of Jackie Revels of Melrose and the
honor. Charlie Johns announce the ap by
Approximately 100 people attended the outside ceremony which included proaching date for their marriage.
immediate members of the bridal couples families. The ceremony will take place
Richard Bennett, a lifelong friend of the groom, joined the couple in Saturday April 21 at 1 p.m.in First TOft'I
their wedding vows. Baptist Church of Keystone Heights.and
Following a weekend trip, the couple is residing in Starke. A reception will follow at the
Attending from out of town were Mr. & Mrs. Maylon Matheny of In- Shriners Club In Keystone. ,
terlachen, father and stepmother of the bride; Al and Linda Gordon, Al All friends and relatives of the at :
Gordon and friend Susan, Jeff Castle and Nita Gordon,all of Milliard. tend.couple are cordially invited to at

Elizabeth Rathbun, Timothy Warren

Wed Tuesday, April 10
Elizabeth Abigail Rathbur and Timothy David Warren were united in
marriage Tuesday,April 10,at 9 a.m.at the Bradford County Courthouse,
Starke. Happy
The bride is the daughter of Linda D. Rathbun of Starke. The groom is
the son of Hilda Mae Warren of Jacksonville.Social Lauren

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Sets Meeting c April 2 years

Bradford Auxiliary The Woman's Club will hold their
regular monthly meeting on
Meeting Set Wednesday, April 18, at the
clubhouse at 12 noon. We Love
Members of the Bradford Hospital .
Joshua WilliamsRay
Auxiliary will meet Monday, April This is Annual Report meeting and Michael Hope Baptist Church 1 is located on
16, at 6:30: pm. in Western Steer the Executive Board will be and Karen Williams of Starke Highway 100 between Starke and
Steakhouse for their regular monhostesses for the luncheon. announce the birth of a son, Joshua Keystone Heights. Rev. Gary Heathis
.thly meeting.,. '._ .... ?," .. ,_ Michael. born March 24, in the pastor of the church.

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.'A TEI-E GRAPII April 12, IMM!
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Hilites. of registration.The Back to School Monday. School Eric Carroll; 15, Michael Tyler and
DAR Meeting Held Hampton following state requirements staff and students should return to Amanda Townsend.
April 2 in KeystoneThe Hampton Elem. School must be met as soon as possbile school on Monday, April 23, con-
Parties Held before Aug. 13, so that children can cluding Spring Break.
April 2 meeting of the Col.! On March 31,Jim and Heidi Mitzel ford Kindergarten official Registration: Brad have state required screening com April Birthdays: 1, Justin Phillips,
Samuel Elbert Chapter of DAR was hosted a party for dual occasions. County's kindergarten pleted before school begins Aug. 27. Danielle Hersey; Justun Hart; 3,
held at the home of Mrs. J.D. Jim's father, Duane Mitzel, was registration is set for May 7 to 11. Birth certificates are required Thomas Scogglns; 4, Amy Ruth
Henderson In Keystone Heights."A honored on the occasion of his birth- held Kindergarten at orientation will be beside proof of immunization, Crews, Ellena Wynn Bambi
Century of Service to the Na Hampton Elementary School evidence of physical examination,
Rhoden,Sean Wiggins; 8,Krlsta Fu-
Tuesday evening 8. at 7
tion" was the theme of the speaker celebrated was the first visit children May five p.m. and registration forms. quay, Demetrik Jenkins; 7, Roy
Parents with
Mrs. Florence Harris. One hundredyears of Jim's sister, Jane, from years of The school staff asks that you help Rhoden 8, Tiffany Perrin
age on or before Sept.1 are invited to ; The cat-gut used to make strings
ago four ladies founded an Maryland. Grilled hamburgers, hot in preparing for this vital part of Christopher Newman, ChadRhoden
bring their child that evening to for violin and tennis racket has
organization at attendedby and other refreshments were get childrens lives state
a meeting dogs by meeting re- ; 10, Melissa Kyle, Crystal
acquainted with the school. nothing to do with eat*. The word
18 potential members, eleven of enjoyed by family members at the quirements as soon as possible. Also Wilson, Adrienne Coleman, Henry
Parents may register children come from kit, an old term for a
who paid application feed and dues Hampton villa home. please notify friends and relatives
also before the official Stewart; 12. Charity Norman; 13, mall flddl
anytime week
that day that totaled $33.00. And about this Important information. Donna .Sanford.,. .Pamela Rhoden;
from that beginning,a society of The
Daughters of the American Revolution

700,000 with,whose a membership three buildings now of in-one over Dinner Bell -15 Lbs. Avg.

headquarters in Washington, D.C. I
are the largest and most beautiful -
Sliced FREE!
group of structure in the world,own
ed and maintained exclusively by
women. The stately and monumental
Constitution Hall is the largest SEMI-BONELESS WHOLE
unit of DAR Headquarters.Its .
three-fold purpose of the -
NSDAR is exactly the same now as
when the society was organized: _
Historical, Educational, and SEMI-BONELESS
Patriotic. The historical need for
establishing a library came before I
the first Continental Congress, a \!
year after the society was founded. HAMS
Today an exceptional and notewor Lb.
thy facility at National Head
quarters Is the Genealogical #
Library. Its microfilm center is Food Lion wishes you a "Safe

and striking historical evidence records that are our being family saved MIN. |MON. TUES. WED. TNUR. FM. SAT. And Happy Easter." We wills

by the latest technical methods 10 11 12 13 14 'II open at 1:00 p.m. on April 15

and genealogy provides research.a data storage for 1s "J for your shopping convenience.

There is also a significant Prices In this ad good Monday
American Museum and Document April 9 thru Sunday April 15, 190.
Collection. Being aware of the valueof
a nation's life and progress ignited
the movement to protect the : Q
nation's public records led to the e
establishment of the National Archives
Building in Washington, D.C.
60 years later.
The NSDAR has an enviable radGf t
record in the number of historical o froZel1
buildings and sites restored, personal i
or others substantially sup (4. lbs.adds, Faefo d : ,I O
ported. s
Promotion of education has been a qqt) _
prime objective of the NSDAR. Two
schools owned and operated are
Kate Duncan Smith at Grant, I
Alabama and Tamossee at
Tamossee, S.C. Needy children -i I
make up the enrollment at these ''
schools. The DAR has had a par ,
ticular keen interest in the Indians TOMATOES
since 1936, when they initiated a program --i '
directing special attention to lftd 4w,. lb _

the education of the Indians. "".,. _
Under patriotic endeavor comes '.
the well-known DAR sponsorshipand lb. '.J, "" Holly Farms Grade A USDA Choice
promotion of the correct use of
the Hag of the U.S. They also initiated
WHOLE Beef Boneless
the celebration of American
History month in February each
For the 200th birthday of the U.S., Lb.
DAR took on the projects of fur
nishing the Governor's Council
Chamber and Assembly Room on ROAST
the 2nd floor of Independence Hall in
Philadelphia, providing a permanent Choice Bee
work of art in the U.S. Capitol. USDA i .. .
Those murals are located in'the Untrimmed Shced 59 CLb $198 It.. .
East-West Corridor of the House s
wing. They planted a rose garden in Freet Who\e\ Lb.
Independence National Park in '. 4sin
Philadelphia, dedicated to the ... .. : .. .. .
signers dependence.These of .the Declaration of In SIRLOlt.1 :;. ''?? l: :z .?i l:'iQfrZJS&& :

are only a few services the enr

Regent NSDAR, has Mrs.given Henderson to the,nation.conductedthe The TIPS "Large Assortment Of Easter Flowers"f Asparagus!

followed business with meeting.the hostess A social serving hour Hydrangeas. . . . . Each 6.99 Head Snow WhiteCauliflowerBunch

refreshments. $ 88)) Lilies . . . . . . Each 5.99 Fresh Green Broccoli-

Church NewsGospel 1i Mums, Tulips, Hyacinths. Each 4.99

SingSaturday Orchid Corsages. . . . Each 1.99

April 14 $ ;i .;. : ; :$ ;i ;.
There will be a gospel sing at the .. .' '' .. '' '
Masons Lodge on Orange Starke on
Saturday night, April 14, at 7 p.m.
Proceeds go to Victory Revival
Center of Heilbronn Springs, Inc.
Pastor Rev. W.J. (Dub) Thornton.The .

attend.public is cordially invited to Holly Farms Grade A Jumbo Crisp Iceberg Stalk Crisp Crunchy

Celery/Lb./ Fresh
Green Beans
At Lawtey Baptist

Church Apr. 1620A

revival meeting will begin! at the $699Lb.69cHead
First Baptist Church of Lawtey,
Adams Street, Lawtey, on April 16 .
through April 20.Services each night
will begin at 7:30: p.m.
Dr. Larry Montgomery, pastor of 0
the Nassau Baptist Temple In Yulee,
will be ,
guest preacher. EXTRA
There will be several special .. .. .. ... .
musical numbers offered each even- 6

ing.Singers from Calvary Baptist

Church of Starke will do the singingon 1.5 Gallo Rhine Chablis Pink 12 Oz. Cans 8 Oz.
Monday night, April 16. OLD MILWAUKEE Burgundy, midi Pillsbury -
Singers from Smyrna Baptist Chablls,Bed Rose,Vln Rose,Premium PEPSI Pepsi CRESCENT ROLLS/
Church will do the singing on Thurs- OLD MILWAUKEE LT. COLA
Blush Pillsbury11 Oz. With Icing
day night, April 19. e=.
Singers i of the First Baptist 12 oz./6 pk en $2 9 9 CINNAMON ROLLS
Church of Lawtey will do the siningon
Tuesday and Wednesday nights, $
April 18,19.Singers 379 L1, ,$139
of Nassau Baptist $209 :12.1D20saL..cans ....... Ut
of Yulee will be singing on Friday S LIter. Ptotl and
night.A IWaUd Ksms........... 1." / f\l
nursery will be provided for all
Rev. Grayson McNeill, pastor in- 18.5 Oz. Butter Gold
vites all to attend these 1
special ser- If
vice and encourages everyone to 14.5 Oz. -,Whole Hunt's 18.25 Oz. Devils Food/White/Yellow 10 Lb. Food LionCHARCOAL
come early and get a good seat. 1 e Mixes

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Sunday, Apr. 15 _
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Rapture? yfr j*Bfr t ;:.!:. ., ---. -.. f ,. < -.,
Greater Bethlehem Free Will Bap-
tist Church of Starke will host a 'ttfie dtrtroricnorwefileHO: rpiCateriire&f _
theatrical presentation of "The ia; : QU: I O LION

Final Days' Sunday April IS, at 4 '

p.m.For more Information call Daisy leierfpot tillage Shopping fr>jrter Wf, Mt IPMth ---f/ .

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PAWN 120 East Call Street Starke, the firm name of FLEETTECH, P.O. Box ING being the Northeast 1/4 of the STATI OF FLORIDA
Florida 32091 Intend to register, said 362 (Hwy 225)), Lawtey, FL 32058 Intendsto Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
fictitious name under the aforesaid register said fictitious name under the Section 29 Township 6 South Range 22 Plaintiff.
[Legal Notices ] tatute. aforesaid statute. East Bradford County Florida. v*.
Dated this 27th day of March A.D., Dated this 21st day of March A.D., has been filed against you JOHNIE S. BILLY GORDON GRIFFIS.
1990 In Bradford County. 1990 In Bradford County. COOPER; Th. Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Defendant

__ .4IIir 3/294tpd4/19 4/03 4tpd 4/26 Grantees, Assignees, Lienors,
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT above described Control No. 424 Control No.416 Creditor, Trustees or Other' Claimant NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 3. Within 10 days after the first claiming by through under or against
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION publication of notice of this proceeding UNITED COURT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, Kenneth -
CASE NO. 89.732-Clv. J.12 the Clerk of Court shall mall by U.S.Malla MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA REGISTER be dead or alive; QUALITY GLASS B MIRROR Etherldge. Sheriff of Bradford
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA copy of the notice together with a JACKSONVILLE DIVISION FICTITIOUS NAME INC., a Florida corporation; J. County Florida under and by virtue of a
Plaintiff of the herein copy Court No. 89-728 Clv. J-14 WILLARD ALVAREZ and ONIE ALVAREZ Writ of Execution heretofore 'Issued out
Complaint to the Defendants
Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida his wife; and GRETA FAY ALVAREZ and
v. John N. Goodman and Diane C. UNITED STATES OF'AMERICA ; of the State of Florida Department of
JOHN H. GOODMAN; DIANE C. GOODMAN Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones, 900 Tom Plaintiff Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the you are required to serve a copy of your Revenue, In the above-styled cause,
Hall Street, Starke, Florida 32091 v*. undersigned JAMES O. BEASLEY SR. written defenses, If any to It on Kent have levied upon the following property
f/k/a DIANE C. JONES; and DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, SHARON D. COVINGTON and SUE M. BEASLEY P.O. Box 191 Ridge 8 Crawford plaintiffs attorney situate, lying and being In Bradford
DESSIE JACKSON. Florida this 12th day of March 1990. Defendant Starke, Florida 32091, )joint owner doing whose address Is: County. Florida to-wlt:
Defendants. HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER. NOTICE OF SALE business under the firm name of 225 Water Street Suit. 900; Jacksonville PARCEL NO. 11: A parcel of land lyingIn

ORDER OF SERVICE United State Notice I I. hereby given that pursuantto GOLDEN EAGLE ENTERPRISES P.O. Box Florida 32202.on the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section -
BY PUBLICATION 3/22 Magistrate 4/26 a Default Judgement entered on 191. Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to or before April 18, 1990 and file 29, Township 6 South Range 22
This cause cam to be heard upon Control Number 6tchg 401 March 12, 1990 by the above entitled register said fictitious name under the the original with the Clerk of this Court East In Starke, Bradford County
Plaintiff'Motion for Order of Service by Court In the above styled cause, the aforesaid statute. either before service on plaintiff's attorney Florida; said parcel being more particularly
Publication, and It appearing that this undersigned United States Marshal or Dated this 16th day of March A.D., or Immediately thereafter; otherwise described a* follow: Commence
action hat been brought for the enforcement IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH any of his duly authorized deputies will 1990 In Bradford County. a default will be entered againstyou at the NW corner of sold NE 1/4
of Hen real JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR sell the property situate In Bradford 3/224tpd4/12 for the relief demanded In the complaint of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and run South 1
a against property
Ituated In Bradford County within the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA County Florida, described as: Control No. 403 or petition. degree, 48 minute and 50 seconds East
Middle District of Florida and deicrlbed CASENO.:90136CACOMMUNITY Commence at a Iron pip. located at WITNESS my hand and the seal of this along the Westerly boundary thereof
follow STATE BANK the SE corner of said E 1/2 and run N Court on the 1ih' lay ol March 1990. 239.52 feet to an Iron pipe for point of
A parcel of land lying In the West One STARKE. 0'06'09" E, along the E'ly boundary REGISTER RAY NORMAN beginning. From point of beginning thus
Plaintiff. thereof 27.74 feet to Intersection Clerk of the Circuit Court described continue South 1 degree, 48
Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section an FICTITIOUS NAME
v* with on E'ly prolongatlonof the N'ly By: Carol Williams, minutes and 50 second East along said
22 Township 6 South Rang. 22 ROBERT HALL Pursuant to Section< 863.09 Florida/ CI.rk322"tchg412
boundary of the ROW of Thomas Street Deputy Westerly boundary 150 feet to an Iron
East Bradford County Florida cold Defendant.NOTICE. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
thence S 8935'16"W, along said pipe; thence North 88 degrees 11
parcel being more particularly described OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO prolongation undersigned, Louis F. Crews, SE 21st St., Control Number 404
follows 16.96 feet to a concrete minute and 10 seconds East, 120 feet;
at : Hampton FL and Mike E. Scott 780
monument located at the intersection of thence North 1 degree 48 minutes and SO
Commence at the Southwest corner of : ROBERT HALLRESIDENCE Glendale St., Starke, joint owners, do-
said with the boundary seconds West parallel with said
N'ly boundary W'ly
said Section 22 and run Easterly along UNKNOWNYOU Ing business under the firm name of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
of the ROW of Old Road Westerly boundary 50 feet to an Iron
Lawley ;
the Southerly boundary thereof 39.43 EVERGREEN LAWN SERVICE SE 21st St.,
an action thence N 010'31" E, along sold W'ly pip.; thence South 88 degrees 11
feet, more or less, to the Easterly boun- Hampton and 780 Glendale St., Stark.,
for damages has been filed FICTITIOUS NAME
againstyou boundary 278.58 feet to an Iron pipe for minutes and 10 seconds West 10 feet to
dary of Old Lawtey Road thence NorthOOW FL 32091 Intends to register said fictitious -
and are required to Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida
you serve a copy POB. From POB thus described continueN an Iron pipe; thence North 1 degree, 48
East along said Easterly boundary of your written defenses If any to It, on 010'31" E, along sold W'ly boundary name under the aforesaid Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the minutes and 50 seconds West 100 feetto
700.00 leet to an Iran pipe on the the plaintiff's whose and statute. undersigned C. Titus, Rt. 3, Box
attorney name 79.29 feet to an Iron pipe; thence 5B9"52'37" Bryce an Iron pipe; thence South 88
Southerly! right of line of Donna Dated this 02nd day of April A.D..
way Stark. Florida
address 1.1JOHNNY W, 100.0 feet to a concrete 824 (near C"Y.tallak.), degrees 11 minutes and 10 seconds
Str..t (also known as Jenkins Street); K. HOBBS JR. 1990 In Bradford County. 32091 sole doing business under
monument; thence S IO'31"W, parall.1with owner West 110 f..t to the point of beginning.The .
.thenje.jwn.!N.' !89 :W East.gjQn.jL.saUi! Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. laid W'ly boundary 79.80 feet to an 4/03 4tpd 4/26 the firm name of B.C.'s PHOTO SHOP. above description for all Intent

Southerly! rlght.of way line 371.82 feet to P.O. Box 938 Iron pipe; thence N 8935'I6" E, parallel P.O. Box 1003 Stark., Fl 32091, Intendsto and purposes, comprise' a parcel of
an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way Stark., Florida 32091 with said N'ly boundary. 100.00 feet to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH register sold fictitious name. under the land described In Official Records Book
line of Tom Hall Street (also known as and file the original with the Clerk of the POB. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR aforesaid statute. 99 page 231, and a parcel described In
Church Grad.); th.nc. run S 0749' W the above-styled Court on or before May at public outcry to the highest and BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Dated this 28th day of March A.D., Official Records Book 99 page 252 of
along sold Westerly right of way line 2, 1990; otherwise a lodgement may b. best bidder for cash at the hour of 12 CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.616-CA 1990 In Bradford County. the public record of sold county.
85.35 fet; thence run N 8939' East 40.41 entered against you for the relief o'clock Noon on April 24, 1990 at the FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida 4/05 4tpd 4/26 Together with all the tenement,
feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly right demanded In the Complaint. front door of the Bradford County Courthouse : Corporation, Control No. 425 hereditament and appurtenance
of way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun WITNESS my hand and seal of said at Starke, Florida. Plaintiffvs. thereto belonging or In anywise apper
N 0749' E along said Easterly right of Court on this 26th day of March 1990. Dated: March 15 1990. PUBLIC NOTICE taining.
way line 134.50 feet to an Iron pip. and RAY NORMAN RICHARD L. COX JR. JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE L. PARCEL NO 2: Commence 15 ft. West

the Point of Beginning; thence continueN Clerk of Court United States Marshal COOPER his wife; The Unknown Heirs' Th. Bradford School Board of the NE corner of W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SE
0749' E along said Easterly right of By: Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk Middle District of Florida Devisees, Grantees,Assignees, Llenors, Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hear. 1/4 of NE 1/4-Sectlon 29 Township 6
way line 77.25 feet to an Iron pip.; 3/294tchg 4/19 RALPH J. LEE Creditor, Trustees or Other Claimants the and Procedures South Range 22 East and run South 140
ing on Special Programs
thence leave said Easterly right of way Control No. 421 Assistant United StatesAttorney claiming by through under or against for Exceptional Student Education feet thence run West 210 feet to a point
line and run N 89"39'00" E 202.07 feet to JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE L. of beginning continue West 110 feet.
April 23 1990 at 7:00 In
an Iron pipe on the East line of the W 1/2 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Attorney for Plaintiff COOPER who are not known to be dead the School on Board Room of the: p.m.District South 100 feet East 110 feet North 100

of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4; thence'run S REGISTER 3/22 4tchg 4/12: or alive; QUALITY GLASS > MIRROR Administrative Offices, 562 North Temple feet to point of beginning.
00"51'02' W along said Easterly line FICTITIOUS NAME Control Number 402 INC.. a Florida corporation: J. WILLARD Avenue, Stark., Florida. Together with all the tenements,
76.50 fe*.t To on .Iron'pipe: thence ,_ Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida ALVAREZ and ON IE ALVARE&Jils wife:. Copl. of this document may be obtained hereditament and appurtenance
sold East line and run S 89*39' W 211.47 Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and GRETA FAYE ALVAREZ; at the Bradford County School thereto belonging or In anywise apper-

feet to the point of beginning.and undersigned Eugene A. Lataef 1146 N. REGISTER Defendants. Board Offices, Monday through Friday. talninq,
It further appearing that Defendants Clark Street Starke. Florida 32091 sole FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF ACTIONTO This published notice Is In compliancewith as the property of the abovenameddefendant
John N. Goodman and Diane C. owner doing business under the firm Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida : Cossie l. Cooper and The the Florida Statutes, Chapter and that on the 30th day of

Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones cannot name of UNITED NETWORK PROMOTIONS Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, 120.54. os enacted by the 1974 Florida April 1990, Monday at two o'clock on
be served within the State of Florida Rt. S Box 7X4. US 301 North said the
; undersigned Robert E. Laumr Rt. 1. Box Assignees, Llenors Creditors Trusteesor Legislature. day on premises of the Bradford
that It I li not practicable to serve them Stark., Florida 32091 Intend to register 755 (N.E. 15th St.), Storke, Florida 32091 Other Claimant claiming by Denise Adams, Director County Sheriff' Office, I will offer for
personally; and they have not voluntarl- aid fictitious name under the aforesaid sole owner doing business under the through under or against CASSIE L. Exceptional Student Education sale and sell to the highest bidder for

ly appeared herein; I It I IK therefore tatute. firm name of CAR EQUIPMENT CO., Rt. COOPER who Is not known to be deador 4/05 2tchg 4/12 cash In hand the above-described property .
ORDERED, as follow: Dated this 20th day of March A.D., 1 Box 755 Stark. FL 32091 Intends to alive; Residence Unknown, but whose Cont. No.427; PO 1-01246 os the property of the said defendant -
1. Defendant John N. Goodman.andDiane 1990 In Bradford County. register said fictitious name under the Last Known Address Is 2939 N.E. 11th to satisfy said Execution. Sale will
C. Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones 3/22 4tpd 4/12 aforesaid statute.Dated Terrace, Gainesville Florida 32609. be subject to any existing Hens.
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shall appear In this cause and plead to Control No. 415 this 21st day of March, A.D.. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Worship KENNETH ETHERIDGE SHERIFFOF
the complaint filed herein on of before 1990 In Bradford County. foreclose a mortgage encumbering the BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH BRADFORD COUNTY
April 30 1990 or In default thereof the following property In Bradford County FLORIDA
Comer of Pratt and ChristianSun.
Court shall proceed to judgement In this REGISTER Florida: 4/05 4tchg 4/26; Cont. No.428
cause to the extent provided for by Sec- FICTITIOUS NAME Commence at the Northeast corner of School 9:45: am
tion 1655, Title 28. United States,Code, the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 Sun. 11:00

os If prlcels sqld Defendants within the had State been of Florida./served..* >ureuW*4o"'S.ctlOn-868.09, Florida .;.ki.., ..NOTICE rF" .TO OF REc INTENTION STERB'LBS j of the northeast 1/4 of Section andVOA! 29.Township Sun. Morning Evening Service Worship 7:00: pm am aside"
with 4 East
"'a Sfblute*, order be published In
2. This West 100 feet; thence run South 15 feetto
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I"eg. H.v 1 EI.FGRAPII: April| It.: 11I1111Legal
personal representative attorney are c/o Odom. Moses I Company feel of lot 3, lock E. EXCEPT Eotf 146' NORMAN.
set forth below. 1420 South First Street feet o* plot of N.J. Jones Addition lo the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE lake City, FL 32055 Town of Stark. ByCorol: Williams, Dep. Clerk
Parcel Two Situated 321 Clark Fred H. Kent Ill
for Co-Personal : at
[ Notices] All persons on whom this notice Is Representatives:: Street Stark. Florida and described as Florida Bar No. 327042
served who have objections that TIMOTHY L. FLANAGAN. Esq. follow: The let, piece or parcel of Kent Ridge S Crawford
challenge the validity of the will the Cone, Purcell I Miller P.A. land situated In the County of Bradford 225 Water Street, Suit 900
qualifications of the personal representative One Enterprise CenterSuite Stat.of Florida known and described as Jacksonville, Florida 32202
venue, or jurisdiction of this 1235. 225 Water Street follow: to-wlt.: East 84 feel of Lot t. ((904)) 358.1000Attorn.y
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH validity of the will the qualifications of Court are required to file their objections Jacksonville FL 32202 Block E as per map or plot pf N.J. Jones for Plaintiff
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the Personal Representative, venue or with this Court WITHIN THE LATER 904/355.1235 Addition a. recorded In Deed Book N at 4/122tchg 4/19
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA jurisdiction of the Court. OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Florida Bar No. 335223 Page 379 of th*currant public record of Control No. 451
Date of the first publication of this and with Clark JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
run Northerly parallel
RANDOLPH JACKSON BOX. notice of administration: April 5, 1990. THE OBJECTING PERSON.All JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Street 52.5 feet more or lei to South BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. .
Deceased Attorney for PersonalRepresentative creditors of the decedent and BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA side of Block B of N.J. Jones Addition CIVIL ACTION NO: B9 260 CA
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe : other person having claims or demands CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-3S3-CA thence run Westerly along South side of FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida
administration of the Estgte of EUGENE F. SHAW. against the decedent's estate on whom a FNB PROPERTIES. INC.. a Florida aid Block B, a distance of 84 feet corporation
RANDOLPH JACKSON BOX d.c.os.d!, 925.E North Temple Avenue copy of this notice I I.required to be served thence run Southerly parallel' with Clark Plaintiff
File Number 90.36.CP. Is pending In the Starke, Florida 32091 within three months after the date of corporation.Plaintiff Street a distance of 52.5 feet more or v*.
Circuit Court for Bradford County ((904)) 964.5200 the first publication of this notice must less to North edge of sold Lot 1 of Block' ALBERT F. YOUNG, JR.. a/k/a FRANK
Florida Probate Division, the address of Florida Bar No. 072941 file their claim with this Court WITHIN v ALBERT* F. YOUNG JR.. a/k/a FRANK E, thence run Easterly along the North YOUNG; The Unknown Heirs, Devisees
which !I. 945 North Temple Avenue, PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER YOUNG Th. Unknown Heirs Devisee. side of old lot 1 of Block E a distance of 'Grantees Assignees, Honors,
Stark, Florida 32091.The name and address ROBBIN ANN BOX THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF Grantee: Assignees, Llenors 84 feet to point of beginning all being In Creditor, Trustees or Other Claimant.
of the Personal Representative Route 1. Box 1220 THIS NOTICE OF THIRTY DAYS AFTER Trustee Other Claimant SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 28, Township 6 claiming by through under or against
Personal Representatives attorney lawt.y FL 32058 Creditors or South Rang 22 East. ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., who I I. not
and the THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF through under or against
are set forth below 4/05 2tchg 4/12 THIS NOTICE ON SUCH PERSON.All claiming ALBERT F.by YOUNG JR., who I Is not Parcel Three: All of lot Six and the known to be dead or alive; BARNETT
Interested persons are required to Control No. 435 other creditor of the Decedentand known to be dead or alive: BAILEY South 50 feet of lot Seven of Block One, RECOVERY CORPORATION a Florida
file with the court WITHIN THREE MON persons having claims or demands ADVERTISING ELZIE S. SANDERS and of HIGHWAY ADDITION the Town of corporation f/k/a State Wide Collection( ,'
THS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR against the decedents estate must file SANDRA P. ;SANDERS, his wife, and Storke, according to the plat thereof Corporation; CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA their claims with this court WITHIN ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO., Defen recorded In the office of the Clerk of the and ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO.;
claims against the estate and ((2)) any objection PROBATE DIVISIONFILE THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE Circuit Court of Bradford County, In Plot Defendant.
by an Interested person to whom NO: 9Q.25.CP FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. dants. NOTICE OF SALE Book No. 2, page 16. NOTICE OF SALE
notice was mailed that challenges the DIVISION: 1-4159 ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS at public tale, to the highest bidder Notice I Is hereby given that pursuant
Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant
IN RE NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER offoreclosure for co.h. In the lobby of the Bradford to an order or a final judgement of
to an order or a judgement foreclosure entered In the above-
ESTATE OF BARRED. County Courthouse In Florida
entered In the above-
STARKECHURCH CHARLEY E. JOHNS. The date of the first publication of this I will sell the propertysituated at 11:00 a.m., on the 26th day of April captioned action I will sell the property
captioned action
Deceased. Notice Is April 5, 1990.P.raonol. Florida situated In Bradford County Florida
OF GOD In Bradford County 1990.WITNESS
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Representatives:: my hand and official seal this described as::
413 N. St.Clair 964-5445 administration of the estate of ThelmoB. John described as:: 5th day of April. 1990. lot 4, Block 2 of HIGHWAY ADDITIONto
John Spratlln. Pastor I Charley E. John., deceased File 415 E. South Street Stork. Parcel One ADDITION: Lot 5 to of Starke Block AND 1 lot of RAY NORMAN Starke, EXCEPT North 10 feet thereof

We Invite you to worship with us Number 9O-25.CP. Is pending In the Circuit Charley Jerome Johns HIGHWAY of Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East Clerk of the Circuit Court per plat In Plat Book 2 at page 16, public
Attended Nursery Court for Bradford County Florida 114 West Madison Street Stark.Markley feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of By: Carol Williams Dep. Clerk records of Bradford County Florida.at .

Sunday School..... .................... 10 tqi rVobot Division the address of which I.i is Ann Johns Cash North 146 41 feet and lot between Blocks B Fred H. Kent III public sale, to the highest bidder
Morning Worship .... .. .... .. 11 m i P.O, Drawer B, Stark., Florida 32091. 3128 Bay Lake Road and EXCEPT: East 84 feet and lot 2 of Florida Bar No. 327042 for cash in the lobby of the Bradford
Evening Service 6pm Th. names and addresses of the co- Orlando Fl 32808 E. ;and North 2 Kent Ridge I Crawford County Courthouse, In Stark., Florida
Wednesday Youth ........................... 730pm: personal representatives and the co- Q.L.Q.d ,!,_ Block E, EXCEPT 146 225 Water Street, Suit. 900 at 11:00: a.m., on the 26th day of April
d Jacksonville, Florida 32202
((904)) 358-1000 my hand and official seal this
..Attoraey for Plaintiff 5th day of April 1990.
Control No. 453 Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Carol Williams, D.p. Clerk
] Fred H. Kent III
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 225 Water Street Suite 900
CIVIL ACTION NO 89-383.CA Jacksonville Florida 32202
FNB PROPERTIES INC., (904)) 358.1000
Plaintiff. Attorney for Plaintiff
4/12 2tchg 4/19

vs.ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.., at ol.. Defen Control No. 452


Village ALBERT' f. YOUNG JR.. Croisclalm CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.387.CA
Defendant. fNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida
9646946Where "

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Plaintiff,
the Judgement of Foreclosure on the vs
you Crossclalm entered In this case, dated ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., o/k/a FRANK
5th April 1990 that I will sell to the YOUNG, The Unknown Heirs, Devisees
highest and best bidder for cash In the Grantees Assignees, Llenors
always get 3 First Floor Lobby of the Bradford County Creditors Trustee or Other Claimant

Courthouse In Starke, Bradford County claiming by through under or against
For $5.50 GT7 Values Florida at 11:00 a.m.-2oo p.m. on the ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., who Is not
26th day of April 1990 the following known to be dead or olive: BAILEY
Movie Rentals described property a* set forth In the ADVERTISING; and ROYAL APPLIANCE;

r vludgemeru- fpuelpiur: | -f.>.f',! e MFG. CO.; Defendants.
Jon Crossclalm tctwlt V. NOTICE OF SALE

weekends* .._JarceLQawlo&af.HIGHWAY\ ..JItgk .l.of., _."-""-'- h.r.by.illv.n.t..t.. pursuant
.- ADDITION to Stark. AND Lot to an order or a final judgement of
add" tO 1 of Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East foreclosure entered In the above-
and 790 movie .ue 146 feet and EXCEPT post 84 feet of coptloned action I will sell the property
North 41 feet, and Lot between Blocks B situated In Bradford County Florida
specialsMonday and E, EXCEPT East 84 feet; and Lot 2 of described as:
Block E. EXCEPT 146 f Jet, and North 2 A parcel of land confining 1.00 acres,
feet of Lot 3, Block E. EXCEPT East 146 more or less, and lying in the SE 1/4 of
thruThursday feet a* plat of N.J. Jonas Addition to the SW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 6 South
Town of Stark.. Range 22 East Bradford County Florida.
SAVINGS Parcel TWO: Situated I at 321 Clark Said, parcel being a portion of the tract
Street, Stark. Florida and described as described In O.R. Book 172 page 27 of
follow: The lot, piece or parcel of the public records of sold County and being -
land situated In the County of Bradford more particularly described as
Stat.of Florida known and described as follows: Commence at an Iron pipe
reductions on follow: to-wit:' East 84 feet of Lot 1, found at the NW corner ol. said tract
Now is your opportunity to take advantage of factory authorized price Are Bestl! Block E! a* per mop or plat of N.J. Jones (O.R. Book 172 page 27)) for POINT OF
-- a broad selection of TVs, VCRs and Camcorders. Hurry While The Selections Addition as recorded In Deed Book N at BEGINNING and run South 77 degrees

Page 379 of the current public records of 57 minute and 06 seconds East along
Bradford County Florida. ALSO beginnIng -' the Northerly bounday thereof 309.55
wuaw at NE corner of sold lot 1 Block E and feel to on Iron set on the Westerly boun-
run Northerly and parallel with Clark dary of the right-of-way of State Road
Street 52.5 feet more or lets to South Nor. 200. (U.S. 301), thence South 16'degrees
VCR Sale,1-- = side of Block B of N.J., Jane'Addition, 05 minute and 08 seconds
thence run Westerly along South sid. of West along said Westerly boundary
Model 7515 sold Block I, a distance of 84 feet 144,18 feet to a set Iron, thence North 77
On Screen Prog., thence run Southerly parallel with Clark degree, 57 minute and 06 seconds
Remote Control Street a distance of 52.5 feet more or' West parallel with said Northerly boundary -
less to North edge of sold lot 1 of BlockE 296.19 feet to an Iron pipe set on
Cash& thence run Easterly along the North the Westerly boundary of aforesaid tract
Carry $26900 side of sold Lot 1 of Block E a distance of (O.R. Book 172 Page 27)); thence North
CG9908 84 feet to point of beginning all being In 10 degrees 46 minutes and 13 seconds
SE 1/4 of SW /4. Section 28 Township 61.,< East along last said Westerly boundary
or nomoney South Rang 22 East. 143.86 feet to the POINT OF BEGINN
$g46 I Parcel Three: All of Lot Six and the .
down and week 20" South 50 feet of Lot Seven of Block One, public sale, to the highest bidder
,Diagonal. VHS CAMCORDER of HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of for cash In the lobby of the Bradford
Stark., according to the plot thereof County Courthouse, In Stork, Florida
G E VCR 8:1: Power Zoom For Close-up. Action recorded In the office of the Clerk of the at 11:00. a.m.. on the 26th day of April
Low Light Sensitivity Cable Circuit Court of Bradford County. In Plot 1990.
#7515 = Sold State Image Sensor V Book No.2. page 16. WITNESS my hand and official seal on
High Speed Shutter Time Lapse andRemot" 5th of 1990.. this 5th of 1990.
T.V. Stereo Recording, Self-Timer Recording Electronic DATED this day April day. April.
On Screen Pro Viewfinder With Data Display
Compo'S ByiCarol William, Dep. Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court
110 Channel
20QT421 4/12 2tchg4/19 By:Carol Williams, Dep.Clerk

Cash& DIGITAL REMOTE CONTROL sh & $ 00 Control No. 455' Fred H. Kent Ill
$ 00 Florida Bar No. 327042
Carry 359 ,ry 899or
On-Screen Menu Selections Sleep plus tax IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH' Kent Ridge & Crawford
Timer Auto Start Auto Programming JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 225 Water Street Suit. 900
or nomoney no 71 BRADFORD COUNTY; FLORIDA: Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Cable Compatible Quartz
$063 Tuning
money $1 .J i CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.279-CA' ((904)) 358.1000
down and per week Square-Corner COTY Picture Tube down and per weekReconditioned FNB PROPERTIES INC.., a Florida, Attorneys for Plaintiff
4/12 2tchg 4/19

Carry:: $!399 00 vs.corporation.Plaintiff, Control' No.454


GE VCR'' : gy r YOUNG;The Unknown Heirs., Devisees OF ORDINANCE BY THE
$9'58 t Grantees Assignees, Llenors TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWNOF
#9725. down and per week Creditor, Trustee or Oth.t Claimant BROOKER FLORIDA

4 Head On Screen claiming by. through under or against
Unified TV-VCR, Remote, known to be dead or alive: KIERT SUN- 8, 1990 at 7.30 p.m., the Town Councilof
Real Time, Tape Counter, DUSADEE and CRISANTA V. SUN- the Town of Breaker Florida In
155 Channel Cable Comp. i DUSADEE. his wife; BARNETT RECOVERY regular session to be held at the Brooker

48" BIG SCREEN TV CORPORATION. a Florida corporation; Town Hall Brooker. Florida will consider
f/k/a State Wide Collection Corporation: the following ordinance on second
cg..s$42900: CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA: and ROYAL reading and proposed passage thereof.
or no $ Stereo, REmote Cont., PORTABLE REMOTE CONTROL TV Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant '4D( )OF ORDINANCE 1989-7 REGARDING
money 1176| Monitor/Receiver, 147 Channel rtt13GP415'Cable to en order or 0 final judgement of FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT; PROVIDING .
down and week Comp.. foreclosure entered In. the. above. FOR APPEAL TO THE TOWN
8 Button Remote, On Screen captioned action I will sell the property COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF BROOKER
Display, Cable Comp. situated In Bradford County, Florida FLORIDA.

Console GE 26" TV Cash & $ described a*: ,Said proposed ordinance may be Inspected .
5954717 Cash Lot. 3, 6.7 and 8 of Block 11, Original by the public at the Brooker
'26GT460" Carry CarryRemote $29900Built Town of Starke, except the lest 105 feet Town Hall. Soaker, Florida during the
In Sleep Timer, 25 Button thereof. Section 26 Township 6 South. hour of 9:00: a.m. to 12:00 noon on Mart-
Cable Ready, Auto or no I Otllo Rang. 22 East Bradford County. Florida: .day*. Fridays and Saturday. '
Prog. $*Bf1 Qr at public sale, to the highest bidder All Interested parties may appear *t
moneydown $ moneydown I 7jf for.cash. In the lobby of the/ Bradford the meeting and be heard with respect
and per week County Courthouse In Starke;'Florida, to the .
and I i week proposed ordinance. .
Cahn::} $5ggW ; at 11:00 a.m., on the 26th day" ,,of.. April, 'I', ,Charlen Thomas ClerkItnchg412

1990.WITNESS my hand and official seal. this\ ,
or no ,, ,' "5th day of April 1990.: '

moneydown and $144u s WMk '''gA'l'' rs. .;' '(5' '#"\ J'E': '.' ,SAlE: :; .SAL; 1 18% Financing WAC For 1 Year

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representative/ venue or jurisdiction of 1.lupIICl"" ((904)) 372-349I;
I Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the court. l1. ,V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action CASENO:90137CCCOMMUNITY Publication of this Notice hot begunon
FOR CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA .for damage hat been filed agalnit STATE BANK, April 12, 1990.
PROBATE DIVISIONFile you and you are required to serve a copy OF STARKE Personal Representative:
No.9O.2O.CP of your written defenses, If any to It,on Plaintiff DAVID A.NORMAN Classifcd Ads
IN RE ESTATE OF the plaintiff attorney, whoM name and vt. 3630 NW 71 tt Street
GROVER P. JACKSON. address It: TAMARA L. MOODY and Gainesville,FL 32606
Deceot.d JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. PATRICIA MOODY. Attorney for Pe..anolR.pr..nlollye Get Results!
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Johnny II, Hobbs Jr.. P.A. Defendontt. :
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE Stark. Florida 32091 North Suite 200
: TAMARA L. MOODY RESIDENCE 515 Main Street only
Ethical the fish
ESTATE: and file the original with the Clerk of UNKNOWN. Gainesville, FL 32601 need.anglers keep
You ore hereby notified thai on Ord.r the above-ityled court on or before May, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action they
of Summary Administration hat been 16. 1990;otherwise a judgement may be for damages hat been filed against
entered 'In the estate of GROVER P. entered against you for the relief ,you and you are required to serve a copy
JACKSON File Number demanded In the Complaint; of ,
deceased your written defenses If any to It on
90-20-CP, by the Circuit Court for Clay WITNESS my hand and the seal of told the plaintiff's attorney,what name and
County Florida Probate Division the Court on this 4th day of"April 1990. address It: (Ij s aaavi
address of which I. P.O. Box 698 Green RAY NORMAN, JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR.
Cove;; Spring, Florida 32043 that the Clerk of Court Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. P.A. ?7
total cash value' of the estate It By:Marie Dyal., Deputy Clerk P.O. Box 938
$24,985.00 and that the names and od- 4/124tchg 5/03 Stark. Florida 32091
dresses of thos. to whom It hat been Control No.439 and file the original with the Clerk of
assigned by such order are: the above-styled court on or before May UNITED NETWORK PROIOTIONSP1 '
Patricia Ann Schati IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 16, 1990; otherwise a judgement may be
1221 South Dotty' Lan. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR entered against you for the relief

All N.w persons Palestine ore, IN required 46163 to file with BRADFORD CASE NO COUNTY:90-165 FLORIDA.CA demanded WITNESS In my the hand Complaint.and the seal of told ONIDIg( PEq(7ISI1g( SPECIMInts Jl {7J Pl\.OMaII09llL\ ITEMS
the clerk of laid court WITHIN THREE COMMUNITY STATE BANK, Court on this 4th day of April). 1990. .
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all Plaintiff Clerk of Court Large selection of items to help promote your business,
claims against the estate In the form and vt. By: Marl Dyal. Deputy Clerk organizational, and fund-raising activities including:
manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of CECIL A. STANLEY and 4/12 4tchg 5/03
the Florida Statutel and Rule 5.490 of the GLENDA F. STANLEY Control No.440 (PARTIAL LISTING)
Florida Rulet of.Probate and Guardianship Defendant _.- ------ -
Publication of this Notice hat begun ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Number 90-3-CP BalloonsBanners Golf Balls & Tees Portfolios
,on April 12 1990. for damages hat been filed againtt IN RE: ESTATE OFLEONMIAH
C. Jr you and you ore required to serve a copy .
Myron Prevail AttorneyP.O. NORMAN SR.
.Drawer 790 of your written defenses, if any to it, on Deceased. & Pennants Jewelry-Custom made Rain Bonnets
Keystone Heights,FL 32656 the plaintiff'attorney whose name and NOTICE:OF ADMINISTRATION Billfolds Key Tags Rain Guages
Telephone: ((904))473.4993 address Is: The administration of the estate of Binders -Notebooks KnivesLetterheads Rulers
4/122tchg4/19 JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. LEON MIAH NORMAN, SR.. deceased, Book Matches & Envelopes Signs and Decals
Control No.450 Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A.. File Number 90-3-CP ll pending In the
".0.8011938 Circuit Court for Bradford County Bumper Stickers Letter Openers T-Shirts
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Stork, Florida 32091 Florida Probate Division the address of Business Cards Lighters Tape Measures
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR and file the original with the Clerk of which It Post Office Drawer B. Stark. Business Gifts Litterbags Thermometers
the above-styled court on or before May Florida 32091. The ord addressee
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA names : Buttons Badges Magnetic Signs Yardsticks
CASENO:90166CACOMMUNITY 16 1990;otherwise a judgment may beentered of the personal representative and the
against you for the relief
personal representative' attorney are
OF Plaintiff STARKE, WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold ",Interested persons are required to 4 MILES NORTH OF STARKE ON US 301
Court on this 4th day of April. 1990. file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON
B. RIVERS, RAY Clerk NORMAN of Court THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Order are now being taken for information, call
NOTICE all claims the estate
Defendant. : ((1)) against
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO By:Marie Dyal, Deputy Clerk and ((2)) any objection by on Interested 964-3333
4124tchg503Control person on whom" this nolle,it served
UNKNOWN. No. 438 that challenges the validity of the will
the qualification of the personal


Brand names such 'as" Victor, Swintec, Casio Mita, Sharp, (1 oFFO e

Smith Corona, Wilson Jones \ 11o Brt.StuTc '

Calculators Typewriters Computers FAX Machines: Copiers t 964.5764

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V. Long, Green, Duncan, DeSue Davis, Sanders I

\.".. Score Points in Touch Bradford InvitationalTornado


trackmen scored 11 Forest burned up the 100 meters In Interlachen 17; 9) Tie: Santa Fe ,101,.Murdlon IMOIII' ,_hltol./ .IS.II..now
points and tied with Ocala Vanguard 10.28,an exceptionally fast d/, Ihb.rd..w. .. ,
time one 1)) II *.1It 3))a. ,0.0141 46.771
for 11th place in the 23rd running of of the top times In the state all Jax Episcopal 14; 10) Clay 13:. k. ....... ....*, .1) Mword.. NM .1.11 t)
the Bradford-Burger St.Augustlne 12; 12) Tie: IHt, ......
tional held classes says Coach Loper. ,The old and O.Vanguard.l1; 13) Vd. Hum I) HI....... W r01.4li, 1)) Howkor.
Saturday April 7, on the record of 10.61 was by Wright of San- ..ItO'.Mt 2))"_.OP.1,00.12:4))Dompo.
Bradford oval. ta Fe in 1989.Clarence High 9; 14) Union High 8; 15) ..... |) W...... N.wb.r. .y. ..,...11' 4)) Wolli/ .
Top finish for BHS was a third 7; 16) Baker High 6. 1001... .
r 141 place In the mile McGiU of Buchholz set a Lee and P.K.Yonge did not score. .. Modloy IMoyi. I) Iwchholi .|.....| 1)) Trot
4 i run by sophomore new record of 38.18 in the 330 Intermediate Places In each event "... ond O.Von vord It47 Ml 4)) ........ ...,
Larry Green who ran 4:39.21: his were: .... .... ,. ,
hurdles. The old recordof I)O .11..1)) IS.".
_, _......
D _.
best 1olo
performance of the IN44'7'i 1)) '
Vd. Dookl
year. "It is 38.93 was by Massey of Palatka in 1)) MCC.M OP ll.ll now moot
an excellent time for a 126't"l 3)) Cook. IplMopol. ialV'1 4)) Dorrick' I. .|11)AlononoW' ,IA,.1.....I)Imtth II.11."'4))
said Coach George sophomore 1988.McCall rodtordl.'.". ""',1)) (Mm, ,ot., ""'"'1 I) omltti oixhfcoli, D..,| 5)) Cohon, Un...... If.Ml 4))
of Forest turned In a 21.53 .a", a....
Derrick Long threw 118'8" his"best time hot Pull 1)) Chortbrond. IpI....... .r 1 1"t ) .
in the 220 yard dash again an MUo tuni 1)) O'trloii M lOilO.Mt 1)) Wiol
throw of the year by four feet time freshman. Koporok. IK, 140"t 3)) CMnlock. OV, 43'0"1 4)) 1 .. 10,".... 3)) Mdockln, Noooo. 10,...*.| 4))
exceptional for ft Pol., 4I'4" 0)) Nsd.., Cloy 4IT, o) Mlntor, .
for foul 0.h place In the discus. Mowborry, IOI7.MI 51) Oollothor'' .,..
I'' The old record of 21.83 was by Davis 40V.lorif ., .
; 1'c 4))) lony Oroon Irodford IO4' I3.
61' b. r The BHS mile relay team of Scott of Ocala Forest in 1984. Jumpi 1))Imlrk, II, ttt'Vl 1))Wllll.n,.. IMoyi 5))N.Mo.IO.II..now.. rocordl
Duncan Kenny DeSue James North Marion 102V.", 3)) McDuHI.,. IHI Wl"t 4)) """In.. ) ..NIM" liK.Ui 3)) 0.. hM1. JiM Oil 4))
e set a new mile iri"t 0)) loykln, No....... 11" %" 0)) .. ......
Davis and Tyrone Sanders | |37.4I| I) Iroorord | 5)) 0.......
placed .
relay record of Soon .
1'1'' r 3:20.13: bettering the Ift'A" ..
1.., 1 fifth in 3:39.56. BHS was first in the old mark by over three seconds. The Trlplo Jmnpi II)Itroppy, II, 4..,"|I)WIIII_..
slow heat, when anchor man :Tyrone old record was 3:23.79: Palatka in .t'I",3)) Sanders from ally Cohon Union Co: ,. ."'.'10.,1)) Oll or, Iris,401%"
came from behind in 1987. The NM four capable of Polo v.?",1))DroM.ouchholi. ll',",1)).......... wish to thank all of the
the final 100 yards to win the slow running 49 second split have It'l'l, 3))W_.IA' Ir0"t 4)c.1.: .....,IHI )
heat. already I.... IK, 10'0-| 4))..... jMokonl I0..". officials and parents who
Pole vaulter Joel Jacobsen gone 3:17: when pushed In High Jump 1))wolkor,...I'ft 1))loykln,........, run the meet" said Coach
+ was the Florida Relays, the best from all 1"1 3)) ,.., Topo, !Wli Ooldwlro, ..., ond .
7P sixth in the pole vault at 10 feet. classifications from Florida, I....., fl-i 6))Tloi ....... '.. sod King,Pol., fl". meet ran smoothly because
Georgia and Alabama. HO Vd. High Hurdlon 1))McOIII ouchhol.. ...... )
",."'.,Cloy. 14.It! 1))John,Gill 11.17,.)Hollo. ,, was a lot of veteran help
: Sophomore Green High point performer was II,III I) Idwordl. NM II,Ml 4))W."'.II. II M. 4)M says. It took nearly 70 people
placed Williams of No.'th Marion with at 100 Motor _h, II) McColl: / OP. 10.III 1)) "'.. run the meet timers
4P1 y sixth in the two mile run in 10:49.13. least 91 Mi points. Williams was se- ondor,IA.' tl.TOi 3))Cohon.0.1... 10.1111)1.11.41)
7 t His slower two mile time is probably cond in the long jump and triple II, 10.I7| I) J.k..n. Cloy. II.Oi 4)) W_.. judges field event
inspectors awards an
due to his being sick the better part jump, won the 440 dash and anchored Mllo Hunt 1) Ikorii, uchholi, .,,,.t,, ) ticket takers, hurdle car
of three days before the meet said the mile relay team. Wohklrcloi' IK, ,11,26, 3)) lorry 0....., Iwdl etc. .
Coach Loper. Green was fresh for Gainesville Buchholz showing .1,70.11 4)) ........., N...., .,".', 0)) Dtmcon, ,
mile but his condition began to show balance and depth, scored 68 4l4t.llt. 4))lorco, N_.....", 4tM.70. ran an I excellent meet.
after points 440 Yd. Holoyl 1)Oolno) ..lllo oulrih.lt ".'"| ) these volunteers it couldn't
"' 'M about two laps of the two mile to win the 17-school meet. Eastside Oolraivlllo/ .....I ......| 3) North Morion U.", ) been done," says Coach Loper.
A Mean Toss... run, Loper said. was second with 57 points. Other .P.I.... High 44.Oil 5)) .I.I.d. ..... ".11. 4)) Oe.' wish to extend our apprecia
Four records broken In the .t 44.10.
were places
were: 3) North Marlon 44; 4) 440 Vd. _h, Willi....., to Phil Gallo and Starke Burger
Derrick Long threw the discus four feet further than before1le's" 23rd invitational 1) NM 10 Ml 2))
ever : Bishop Kenny37V4; 5) O. Forest 32 ........, .. "
; ".11.' 3))Mock II.II.IOl'4))Colomon who sponsors the meet said
to place fourth place In the discus. Freshman McCall of Ocala 6) Newberry 22; 7) Palatka 18'/ ; 8) It nil.IN,4o.> I) Alonondor" IA' II.Ml 4)) CI...... ..., .

Harris Dominates Lawtey Moniquefrom

( page 11 A)

Council with Motionsby mances came out said Loper. It's a Vd. (hint I) Wllllom>. ouchhoh, 1,21.0', Coy, at 4'! I) oofO4, NM I7.N. t) Wolkor,
good indication of the of the 'ho_., OV 3113.40 3)) Ion ..........". 2.27.02, '. .
quality! 2..."'. IK. liU.70 0))) ....,.'... II. 14I.J01' ) Mllo turn I) .,-. _hob. iaiOI.07i 1))
1olo...... Nooto, liil.M. M, IliM.III *) Moooowl, OV. 13:04.70, 4))
Butler Rohn meeting of the council. The council District 5 meet set for the Bradford Sprint Modloy '.1", I) O.Vonouord ..11."! ) .., Nowborry, I3i"..0| 5)) luroH, ......poI.
BCT Staff Writer was not given any reason for the of oval Thursday April 26. luchholl ..".17| 3)) .,.....p Konny 4.....*| 4)) 4) _".a. U.I7.7I.
The Lawtey council acted on eight ficer's resignation. The meet stats: Iplicopol 1 ..H."| I) 0.Por..i 4i41.J7| 6)) P...,.n ...", 'I) Ocolo v.....'" .,...,.7, now moot
motions Monday April 2, all made Lawtey Police Department now Shot .Krtl loyhln.. ......... 4l44,31.HO 1)) luchhohi .,11.M| 7)) H_....." .4,16.33 4))
177" .wm./ .. .. .
Vd. Ooihl Corio .. .,. ...
1)) Hill OV. ai.47i 2)) W. 453.571 1)) .h Konny 4)))
.. ,7y p |
by Councilwoman Laura Harris. has only Chief Jordan and Officer .o Ji lloiv.ll.), .Clay.M J",3)) ._..NM W."|4)) H_.....", "."" 3)) W..hl...... M bll.l., ......, ) ...,11.1', .
Shuford who Hunt' Pol.. 14'0" I)MtKnlgM, OV .i') '", 5)) .
Harris made motions to: Ray was hired last will,.... orotdoro,IT I". Monllvo aQQQQ Q _ QQ. L
.Purchase three weedeaters at month to work 32 hours a week. DI.... 1)1o""n.) Nowkorry "".', 2)) .'..&.,.
$270 each. The vacancy created the same .. .,liho. ....,.,. IIOO" 3))Mo.....Willis.....,.eIf."'.
Give Fire Chief Bill Crouse $50 hassle between Chief Jordan and the IOS'1.", 4) '_011. Cloy. IMW'l f) M''.... II. ; Gospel SingSat.
'IMI'/f| 4)) Mo. IMI. "''''.
per month gas allowance. council about who has the authority '
Purge voting list. to hire and fire police officers. High Jump 1)) vi.;..... ... "''0"'| 2)) Irowfi, OV.
Sell old and Chief Jordan contends he should t. .' 0", 1)) TI. ..... !INS ond Kino' Cloy. .'1", 9)) ,...
police car van.
W....., Nowkorry. .,4 Morril, GH, 4'''. ; April 14th 7:00
.Sign agreement for railroad have the authority to hire whomeverhe long Jumoi. I) Hill. OV. llo'/fl 2)) H..._. p.m.
signal maintenance. wants to work for him. N........". IS'l"| 3)) Dottdiy.IHI, '.',,0...."|4))Dooblo Beulah Church
toCorn OKI I4' ", ...... '.'. Baptist
Advertise vacant police position Mayor Scott said "If Jordan hires .. '.4)) NM I. 6)) Monlou.William.

Pay bills. someone that goes out there and MEaBig Trlplo' AIKI.I INS'I.1))"McOoo, Pol. .rl'/..". OOM moot Located Hwy.21 Approx. 8 miles
At one point in the 2.5 hour shoots from the hip who's going to ...o,d.1))Mown OV.31.,..",a)DobUo loCom,OHI
meeting, Commissioner Delbert Jordan be sued?" Mo"! 4)) Monlouo Willis,.. ...dI..... II."/.."' I)
moved to sell the old police car Sanitation worker Bud Barber P.k., OP, 31'"I0"| 4)) Go....., N...., II.''/..". ; south of Middleburg

and van, but former Commissioner said he wanted a black officer this ;
110 High HurdrMi, 1))._....,. OP. 11.17. 2))loCorn.
Marvin Rosier asked for and received time. Mayor Scott said the town has OHI. 14041 3)) "'Anhoy IHI It IS, 4)) oolloy. Coy.It 1
permission to address the council been unable to get qualified black .Ml I) Martin. OV. 14,til 4)) .....kl. IK, It,0'. -a
before a second was made. applicants, but the city is an equal 100 Motor Oolhi 1)) J..0...., 0'. I141| 2)) Pablo. ,
Cloy, Hot! 3)) Rico. IHS 13.71, 4)) Hond.....,
After Hosier's Issue to compensateFire opportunity employer and would like Nowborry" 11.7J|I) I.*.. OV, 13.Oil 4)) ...... NM r'r b-
Chief Bill Crouse for use of his to have black applicants. 1114.
personal car Harris moved to sell Mayor Scott said the council Mil. Hum 1)) Hum, luchholil lillIII..2)) Lutl.....,
the old vehicles.When should retain the authority to review Ipltcopol. .,2022, 3) Mo..,.... OV I>..."| 4)) D
Lolhor.IK.1.411)' )Wright,OP,IM.Ml 4))_k.". .
reminded that Jordan had all applications and all vacancies Nowborry I'M,...
made an identical motion a few should be advertised to guarantee "
minutes earlier, Harris said "He equal opportunity. L .,., ..... 1 1
440 rd *.1., 1))I l .. It.. ,1))Cloy ll.41i 3))
didn't get a second." Commissioners Emmett Bright Nowborry" .....,4))P.i.Hs...",I)P...v....11.,0. vrcriii iru'ir-fr-urw-ar rifvrsrTn*
Mayor Robert Scott allowed the and Harris agreed with Scott in re- 4) 0.1. ...... 61...
Harris motion to stand ignoring the quiring advertisement of the vacant Stride. 440 Vd. Dodo I) Corlo Hill, OV. M.04t 21) M..td. Pastor Paul Estes
.. CHI II I0i 3)) Wobb, Nooo, ol. "! 4) H_. NM,
Jordan motion interrupted by position.Commissioner. 14.III' 1))11..ho_.,IK,41 Hi 4))", ..h.,.INS".W,
Rosier's plea in behalf of Chief Delbert Jordan Bradford sophomore Larry Green 330: Vd low Hu,".., I) loCom, OHI, 47 Ml 2)) Invited To Attend!!!
Crouse. supported his brother Chief Jordan placed third In the mile run in the McOoo. Pol 41.tit 3)) Go...... NooM, M 341 4)) Everyone
Although the council considered a in contending the Chief should have BUS Invitational and sixth In the two .Wothlni.K. "."...,hho'',..1.11,1), .....II,".01.4))Klo.kl

number of items three issues the authority to hire and fire police mile run.Jordan .

dominated the session: officers. .. -. .
Hosier's denial that he approvedan When the motion was made by : : ;'

advance on Jordan's 1990 vacation Harris to advertise the position, Jordan SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICEDue
as stated in the findings by the refrained from voting with the said.
grand jury. motion.carrying 3-0. Mayor Scott would not commenton

.The filling of a vacancy on the Jordan's demands, but City Attorney to an emergency in the Sheriffs Office the sale that
police force by the resignation of Officer Jordan's Demand... Johnnie Hobbs said he will
was scheduled for Monday April 9 in Case No. 89-383-CC
Dale Griffis. Chief Jordan told the council. contact Jordan's attorney concern- ,

Chief M.M. Jordan's demand fora "You paid Queenie (former Clerk Ing the issue. Bradford County, has been rescheduled at the County
sum of money equal to that givento Robinson) l,500-l,600 overtimepay
Jail for
former Clerk Queenie Robinson and my attorney told me to ask Jordan said "That woman got the Monday April 16, 1990, at 2:00 p.m. The following

and former officer Lt.Bill Tillotson. you to give me an equal amount." city's money and I want some." vehicle will be sold:', ,
Harris said "She didn't get overtime
Rosier's Plea... pay. That was established."

Former Commissioner Rosier told "I want what they got" Jordan 1980 Pontiac I.D. No. 2Z687A6175253
Other Items... ,
the council that he did not authorize said. .
former Clerk Robinson to advance Jordan then recounted that formerLt. In other actions the council: .P

vacation funds to Chief Jordan for Bill Tillotson received Agreed to advertise for a police ,47_
unearned vacation time in 1990. $1SOO-$1,600 In Workman's Compensation officer one week in The Telegraph, r ff

Rosier said Jordan came to his home funds even though he drew requiring that applicants meet
in October, 1989 and said Jordan has his regular salary during time off fora minimum police standards for the Kenneth Etheridge, Sheriff

vacation time earned but not taken 'job-related injury. $8.29 per hour starting wage. Ap- BRADFORD COUNTY '
and wanted to take the vacation used the money for plications are available at the
time Rosier said that he (Rosier) qualifying fees to run against me" Lawtey City Hall. -

called Robinson and said "If Jordan _._- -

has give him two a weeks check.vacation" coming BEFORE YOU LA U. .SEE

Rosier said it was not his job to NAPA
keep up with vacation time and that

he prefaced his approval by saying Your Headquarters, For Quality Marine Products
"If he has two weeks..."
Rosier contended that it I Is the

responsibility of the town clerk to ,
maintain vacation time records, and .,I '.

that he, as mayor would never advance ... .,
unearned pay for vacation .
'" '
time, more especially for next year. Gas' Shocks \
Chief Jordan supported Rosier in "
saying that he was due two weeks
vacation in November 1989 saying
that he has traditionally taken two

weeks vacation twice a year in May
and November. '

Both Rosier and Jordan said the"

grand jury report is in error In finding
the vacation pay is for "1990."
However the check stub state the
check was "for vacation 1990."

Rosier said the grand jury's report
damaged his reputation and he N 1'

wants the council to check the ". -
records and report the check was for, "
earned vacation time in 1989. I
Rosier received little support from /f CHAMPION
the council lead by Mayor Scott; ; ,
who read from the grand jury report '
that the advance was for 1990.

Chief Jordan says.he Is resear- Silverline Standard Quality Standard Quality NAPA Marine Batteries (Marine Deep

ching vacation all checks time since he has 1984 received and will for Water Pump Rebuilt Rebuilt Marine Starling ,.. Cycle #8240

prove to the council that the check I As low as Alternator S. I1J 53.95

was now for has 1989 four rather weeks than vacation 1990 and time he $19.95 As low as As low as #8260 w/.xchang. w/excKong

earned for 1990. w/exchanqe $24.95 $24.95

Griffis Quits... .
#213-3009 #244-9205
Chief Jordan reported that Police p
Officer Dale Griffis resigned March NATIONAL .
20. for personal reasons. WARRANTY PROGRAM .
'Jordan told the council that when Backed,by over 6.600 stores and 30,000rvrc Starke. Ft. iBnrfl
Griffis resigned he (Jordan) told *outlets across the country. ( 155 Brownlee Street '. Because> there> are no" y.

Mayor Scott and they agreed the CALL 1-800-LET-NAPA .. ." 'I' (904)964-6060 '; ", ? ;unimportant parts. -
resignation did not merit a special : Prices) nol ttirouqh April 30 1990 at participating NAPA AUTO PARTS'Stores Some parts may require overn ht dellveiy Look for your nearest NAPA'AUTO PARTS Store !the While Paqag

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1 j t Goodowns Grand Slam Lifts


BHS Nine 7-5 by BuchholzAndy

MlV .
Goodowns hit a 1-0 fastball singles and Kelly Dyal was hit by a McNeal singled and scored on
V p4 I over the left center field fence 310 pitch to load the bases. Then came Goodowns' second RBI single.
feet from the plate for a grand slam Goodowns' grand slam to put Brad-
home run In the top of the seventh ford up 74.Buchholz. "'.11Io,4 fcichlwliAt '
} which lifted Bradford 7-8 over scored one run on two '..ncl..I HOOIrwml I H AOIN ill
Ew Buchholz High in Gainesville last doubles off Hersey in the bottom of 0..w... 4 0 O Wtiltamw.,cf 41 *
Friday April 8. the seventh but Hersey got the Bob- Me_.I 4 1 I Ont>... 44Unt.N
q d... r For the first time this season, the cats out on a grounder first, a fly to l. 41 110 1 W...,IMii,1b..Is. 411Or 10.
P t' 4 i Bradford nine errorless center and a grounder to second. f r
played Ooedownl Ik 4 I 1 O''_.* 10
baseball. The varsity nine was P,...n.,Ik .0. C.......if 111IwilM
N bolstered Goodowns was 3-for-4 at the plate .rt 100 fcM.hl,3k: 111
Y by some JV team players
kf t with 6 RBI's, including the grand ....".d/. 401 Sdin4. ..r.W I. 1
I .sr whose season has ended.Bo .
..._. ,
R slam. Travis 2-for-3. C d I .I P rk r Ik III
i Hersey, who came on in the Long was McNeal2for4 ,...... 91 1 10 TMItt 1* I II
I/ F B.B.Prevatt 2-for-4, James
after Buchholz hit a home run
R and a single off starter Kelly Dyal, and Terry Berry 1for4. Upcoming...
ice, got the win In relief.Hersey,who has The first Bradford run came in the
After being idle Spring
all four Bradford wins, allowed one second when Travis Long singled. during
BHS plays its final two
more run in the 7th. was sacrificed second, and scoredon
regular season at home:
Bradford got within one run 4-3. Goodowns' first RBI hit. In the games
Tuesday, April 7, against
when catcher James McNeal singled second
third Bradford's run came
Gainesville Eastside and
and scored on Andy Goodowns' RBI walked stole Thursday
when Donnie Francis ,
April 19, against G.Buchholz. Game ,
6 single in the fifth.
second, and scored on an error at .
In the top of the sSventh McNeal first base. A third Bradford run time: 4pm.BHS
1990 Bradford Golf
High Team... beat ES 12-0 earlier.
and Travis Long hit back to back came in the top of the fifth when
Members of the Bradford High golf team of 1990 (l-r! ) Bishop Ron Zurnuh, Steven Mcl.eod and Coach Mike
I are: Sean Howell.David Elder, Evan Douglas, Link Sexton. Monique Williams Places in 3 Events .

Golfers Beat Middlebtmr Bv 9 Strokes Sophomore Monique- Williams

placed third In the discus, 4th In the
Link Bishop fired a one-over-par McLeod 57 for the Bradford team. April 17, when HitS goes to Orange triple jump, 6th in the shot put, and
37 and David Elder shot 38 to pave "Bishop really came through for Park. The final match of the seasonis 6th in the long jump for all of Brad-
the Tornado golfers to a nine stroke us. His 37 and 36 last week really Thursday: April 19, against ford High's nine points in the 23rd
nine stroke win, 175-184 over Mid- helped," said Coach Mike Sexton.' Keystone Heights on the Starke Golf annual Bradford-Burger King In-
Stare last Thursday April 5, The win improved the BItS recordto and Country Club course. Match vitational run Saturday, April 7, on ,
on the Golf and Country Club 79. Middleburg was 211. time: 3:30: p.m. the BHS track.
course. The golfers are idle during Spring The District Tournament is set Ocala Vanguard won the girl's
break this week. April 25 at Magnolia Point in Green meet with 70 points. Class 2A
Ron Zurfluh shot 41 and Steven Action resumes next Tuesday, Cove Springs. Newberry was, second with 48V4
points. Other places were: 3)
Buchholz 44, 4) Bishop Kenny 35, 5)
m Clay High 30tt, 6)) Interlachen 27Mi,
m Becker Cole Win Gold at Academic DecathlonGold 7) Gainesville High 25tt, 8) Ocala

Forest 25, 9) Palatka High 20, lOa)
medal performances by The team scored 27,396 and met its languare & literature, fine arts, tie: North Marion and Eastside, 12
Michael Becker and June Cole car- goal of a top-ten finish, said Coach science, social science, math, and points each, 11) Nease High 10, 12)
ried the Bradford High Academic Crawford. economics. The team competes in Bradford 9, 13) Episcopal 7, 14)
Decathlon team to a 10th place finishin The Academic Decathlon team, the Super Quiz after the individual P.K.Yonge 3. Santa Fe and Baker
the Florida Academic Decathlon not to be confused with the High-Q events are completed. BHS finished did not score.
Tournament held Feb.8-9 in Palatka. team, was put together quickly just third in the Super Quiz competitionand Carla Hill of Ocala Vanguard
Over-all the BHS acadecathletes for this event, said Coach Crawford. every individual scored for the scored 2314 points and was by and
garnered 6 medals: 3 gold, 2 silver, The team was comprised of two team, Coach Crawford said. far the outstanding performer of the lot. '. '
and 1 bronze, said Coach Stanley honor-level students with grade Seminole-Lake Mary High School girl's meet, said Coach George '\1'' ,
Crawford. point averages (GPA) of 3.75-plus, won the Super Quiz. Loper of Bradford High, who runs 1"-0
Stantion College Preparatory two scholasticl-leyel students with The Tornado academic decathlon the 17-school meet. HID won the long
School won the two-day event. GPA's of 3002.74, and two varsity- team was comprised of seniors Scott jump, the 440 dash and the 220 dash. '..' ;!
Michael Becker won' two gold level students with GPA's from 2.99 Duncan, Steven Thornton, June Hill anchored the OV record break- ". ... .
medals, thus becoming the in- and below.In Cole, Billie. Brown, and juniors Ing mile relay team. \., ..4 .'.::. _. '_-.........
dividual state champion in the the decathldn, the Individuals Michael Becker and Joel Caren. Three records fell in the 23rd in-
scholastic-level science and in 10 distinct events and vitation:
participate According to Coach Crawford,
economics events
scholasticlevel ,
points are awarded according for "The team did quite well consider- OV ran 4:08.97 beating the old wq
said Coach Cole Crawford.her gold medal each event, says Coach Crawford. ing that the selection process did not record of 4:10.4: by Bradford High in ; 4 s..l .
June won in the After the decathlon, the students begin until mid-December. I'm cer- 1981 by better than Itt seconds.
state championship varsity- compete as a team in the super quiz, tainly proud of their efforts Ketura Boykin from Newberry .l r' 1 nr
levell science competition.Scott silver medalIn a competition format that is similarto especially those who won state-levei{ threw the shot 37'7", breaking the
the Duncan scholastic-level won a interview High-Q competition, said Coach honors." old record of 36'11"set by Jackson of
Crawford. "The Florida Academic Decathlonis ES in 1981.Yvette.
Steven Thornton, the BHS student The 10 events for the decathlonare here to stay. Whether IHS will McGee of Palatka triple
body president, won a silver medalin : essay, prepared speech, Im- participate remains to be seen, but jumped 37'1V beating the old
the honor-level science. promptu speech, interview, Crawford hopes it will. record of 34'6" by Bailey of Clay in
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Coach George Loper. With competition -

Bargains Each Week in the Classified Section level the excellent perforMonique..p.ioA Super Soph...!

(See ) Monique Williams scored all nine points for Bradford In the Invitational I
meet. She was third In the discus.

THE STARKE, FL AREAWill BHS Girls Beat G. Eastside 244 .

Have Its Own A combination of hits and errors
gave the Bradford High lady soft- '
ILLUSTRATED POSTER-PUZZLE bailers a 24-14 win over Gainesville .- 4 4
Eastside at Westslde Park last >: .:.
Thursday afternoon, April S. _
r a :5'
iiw-; Tornado pitcher Shere Brown put
the softball over the plate and rndde .
the Eastside ladies hit it. Plus, the ;4t
(c lady Tornadoes played some good
I'-! defense behind pitcher Brown. With
the bases shortstop Did McNeal
r fielded a line drive and caught the
ES runner off second base.Left field
Rachael Tyson made a shoestring
catch of a line drive in the late Inn-
ings to help. Latara Jackson also
I played excellent defense at first

Felicia Aaron led BHS at the plate
with a 3-for-6 performance at the .
plate,with a double.Getting two hits '... I _
were Latara Jackson, Kendra .. Ln N :. .J ,
4. Butler, Kim Teal, Rachel Tyson. ; 1C: ..
Sharie Meier got only one hit but got .
on base with a walk with the bases 1.' "i- _
loaded. Kishanna Spooner and Shere
The Bradford High Band Parents Association is Brown each had one hit. Safe on an Error...

offering the Starke area an illustrated jigsaw But the girls also hit the ball, put- It looks like Kim Teal would be out as she heads into Softball second went base,Into but
second baseman missed the throw the
ting it into play consistently and got the Eastside
puzzle of the actual Starke community. on base on ES errors.It center field and Teal was safe.

18 x 24 Poster-Puzzle is printed in full color was the third win of the season Upcoming.... against Gainesville
for the BHS lady softballers, now break this
Idle during Spring andVi.
Santa Fe
19 against
businesses and industries will be allowedto
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at $10.00 each equals $- Tornado pitcher Shere Brown. No.a. to first baseman I..tara Jackson,
No of puzzles No.32. BITS won its third game 24-14 a. Miss Brown put the ball over'theplate
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Apr. 23: Early Release
May 1: Report Cards Go Home. NPtW EQi
May 4: 2nd Grade to St. Augustine.
May 11: ESE Spring Banquet
May IS: PTA 5th Grade Perfor
May 16: Performance 5th Grade +
for Student Body.
May 16: Early Release. THE KEYS
Classroom News: JN5
From Mrs. Boone: We are savingthe
blue cash register tapes from
Millers Supermarket in Keystone to SUTTER Gallo
get a computer or software.This will HOME
continue until May 30, 1990. Bring to WHITE WHITE ZINFANDEL
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Tavia Hedding Crowned

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Tavia Lynn runner-up was Shae Lynn Blom,also in this year's pageant were Teresa
Hedding of Starke dazzled the of Starke. Bassett, the daughter of Sam and
judges of the 28th Annual Bradford Srivibul who was also chosen as Sheila Bassett of Stark and Emily
County Strawberry Pageant Satur- Miss Congeniality for this year's Tew, the daughter of Michael Tew
day night,April 7,to become the 1990 pageant, is a 17-year-old freshmanat Sr.and Barbara Pettit.All .
Strawberry Queen. Santa Fe Community College and five finalists l. who competedwith
Hedding, a senior at Bradford the daughter of David and Unchalee eight other contestants In
High School,began her official reignas Barber of Starke.She plans to com- creative sportwear, swimsuit, and
queen yesterday when she cut the plete the fashion merchandising programs evening gown categories, were faced -
ribbon to kick off this year's Brad- at SFCC and Florida State with the question "What advice
ford County Fair,just one of several University and pursue a career in would you give your children?"dur-
events she will attend in the next the fashion Industry. ing the final phase of the competition. -
year as Strawberry Queen. Blom,a 17-year-old junior at BHS Hedding said she would teach
Hedding is the daughter of Linda is the daughter of Martha and Jim- her children to be honest and
w and Norman Hedding of Starke.She my Epps of Starke.Upon graduationfrom trustworthy while Emily Tew drew
is an active member of the Little BHS she plans to attend college the biggest response from the au-
a Women's Club of Starke and the BHS and major in radiation therapy and dience by saying she would teach
French Club.She was a cheerleader ultrasound. her children manners and the impor-
during her 10th and 11th grade yearsat Prizes for this year's winner and tance of respecting their elders.
: BHS and a member of the 1989 runners-up Included locally spon- The theme for this year's pageant,
Homecoming Court. Her plans for sored scholarships from the SFCC which pageant organizer Lorna Red-
w the future Include college and a Endowment Corporation. Hedding dish dubbed as"the best we've ever
career as a dental hygenist.The received a $1,200 scholarship, and had," was "Bright Lights Big
Strawberry Queen TaVU Hedding<<,center,itandi...tb the five flnalbU In the 28th Annual Strawberry Pageant ihortly first runner-up in this year's Srivibul and Blom both received$600 City." The pageant took place
I after being crowned Saturday night,April 7.Hnalbti pictured are,from left,Teresa Bauet,first runner-up Jaruwan pageant was Jaruwan "Noy" scholarships.The .
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Traffic Patrolman released after a $50 cash bond was operated with defects such as bad
Douglas Redding,23,was arrested license, according to tires and defective
April 6 for grand theft, dealing in Ernest Williams, Jr. 27, was ar- Brown.He was released after a t2*>0 posted. worn In addition attention -
Police Beatby stolen property, according to Lt. rested April 6' fOi' driving" while cash bond was posted. lighting will equipment be directed to driven
Aderholt. H!- was released on his license suspended (DWLS), 'accor FIIP Troopers would violate the driver license
own recognizance. ding to Trooper Donald Dean.:' He Jim Raye Joyner 42,was arrested who
Carolyn Eaves was released on his own April on a capias for a traffic viola- Continue License, ,laws of Florida.
BCT Staff Writer Daniel Lee Brantley, 20, was ar- recognizance. tion, according to Deputy Gene Lee. Vehicle Inspections
rested April 8 for possession alcholic
Man Flees Officers beverage under 21 years of age, Shawn Darin Nettles, 24, was ar- Dennis J. Karczewiskl,42,was ar- Bradford CountyThe The Patrol has found these checkpoints of -
Later ApprehendedLate resisting arrest without violence,according rested April 6 for DWLS, violation of rested April 8 for driving under In- Florida Highway Patrol will to be an effective means and driver en-
to Patrolman W. S. Allen. probation DWLS (Clay County fluence (DUI, according to be conducting driver license and forcing the equipment
Florida while insuring
Saturday deputies attemptedthe capias), according to Patrolman P. .Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- license laws of -
arrest of a man wanted for David Cory Smith, 19, was ar- T. Gorman. He was released after a ing the week of April 13 through the protection of all motorists.
burglary, grand theft of a firearm.A rested April 8 for possession alcohol surety bond was posted. Denina Rena Dixon, 30, was ar- April 19 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230,
three-hour search netted their man. under 21, according to Patrolman rested April 9 for DUI, according to SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, Union CountyThe
Witnesses said they had seen Allen. He was released on his own Emanuel Brown, Jr., 22, was ar- Deputy Gordon Smith. She was CR-225, CRI25229, CR-231, Florida Highway Patrol will
James Marchant go Into a house and recognizance. rested April 7 for no valid driver's released after a $500 surety bond -227tFR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A be conducting driver license and
steal a gun, according to Lt. David license,according to Lt.K.R.Hinds, was posted. in Bradford County.Recognizing vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
Aderholt. Marchant's van was seen Timothy Wayne Norman, 20, was Jr. He was released after a $250 ing the week of April 13 through
at the Country Pub April 7 but when arrested April 8 for possession surety bond was posted. Janle Marie Burton 28, was ar the danger presentedto April 19 in SR-100, SR-121, SR-231
officers attempted the arrest, Mar- alcohol under 21, according to rested April 4 for failure to pay fine the public by defective vehicle SR-241 SR-238 CR-18. CR-237
chant fleed. His vehicle was locatedon Patrolman Allen. He was releasedon Carl Joakim Kann, 40, was ar- for leaving scene of an accident, according equipment, Troopers will concentrate CR-229, CR-125 CR-231A, CR-24A
Griffis Loop at a mobile home and his own recognbance rested April 7 for expired driver's to Deputy Paris. She was their efforts,on vehicles being and CR-796A in Onion County.
again deputies tried to arrest him,
according to Deputy Gordon Smith. -'
Calling for assistance from most of

the Highway county Patrol deputies, Marchant and Florida was We Have Everything for Easter Feast.LIMIT
finally apprehended and charged.A your .
warrant from Georgia was placed

probation against, fugitive Marchant from for violation justice. He of ( 2) SLICED FREE r \

remains Man in ArrestedOn custody. W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED ( \

Pot ChargesA i. WHOLE

21-year-old man faces pot
charges after his vehicle was stop-
ped for a traffic violation. SMOKED HAMS
Drug paraphernalia on the consolein
a vehicle stopped April 7 was in
plain view of Chief John Hodges, OR
who arrested the driver, Robert Edward .

under Smith.the seat Marijuana of the vehicle was and found in W-D REGULAR (10 LBS. & UP)

Smith's pocket, said Hodges. Smith ',i>
said he had Just bought the marijuana a 9 BROADBREASTEDTURKEYS .
in Reno in Starke and was / \
returning to Hampton.
Smith faces charges of possessionof
marijuana, possession of drug L J
paraphernalia and maintaining a LB
vehicle to possess marijuana. Smith 6. ,
was released from the county jail on
his own recognizance.

Man Battles Officers SHOP

During Jacksonville Arrest man was AttemptA arrested 1 EARLY!

id charged last weekend with hit- WinnDixieTM
i ..ig both a Lawtey police officer and r All
a Bradford County sheriff's deputy
and threatening to kill them with the StoresWill
Lawtey officer s gun.
Robert Andrew Box, 24, remainsin Be
the Bradford County Jail on
numerous charges, including four CLOSEDEaster
counts of battery of a law enforce-
nent officer, two counts of resisting
arrest with violence,two counts bat- -I::
;try grand theft and attempting to 4 Sunday
deprive a law enforcement officer of PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION:
his weapon, acc"rr" to Deputy STARKE
Gordon Smith. Lo\ ey police officer .70 WEST MADISON ITRKTWinnDixie
Raymond Shuford was attempting to REMARKABLE VERSION OF
arrest Box for striking a woman in r GIORGIO c OPIUM1 ,
the face and pulling her hair when N' WHITE I >
"fox unsnapped Shuford's holster ,' OSCAR DE LA
and tried to.wrestle his gun away, '5O: % 300LINEN5.i ; or POISON*"
said Smith.! When 3mittt arrived to
assist Box struck both officers
several times and threatened to kill
them before they finally got him You IMPRESSIONS
under control.Juvenile. Helps


With Growing PotA

15-year-old Lawtey boy was ar- BLOtOkfYOLur OUR ENTIRE LINE OF OURENTIRELlNff"!
rested April 7 after deputies found
marijuana growing at his residence. SI4B
According to Lt. David A. MAYBELLINE L'EGGr I

Aderholt, several seedling plants .', .
located at a residence west of PANTY HOSE .
Lawtey led to the juvenile being L
charged with manufacturing can-
The seedlings were confiscatedand
the juvenile was released to the
custody of his mother. DELl EVERYDAY


Bradford Countythe [

following arrests were made in x }r :
Bradford County by local 4SK 1' 1

authorities. LE SUEUR

Michael West, 30, was arrested p71; Jq

April 6 for disorderly Intoxication, TAKE HOME I ,. ,
according to Patrolman Mack Short. _
Bond was set at$250 he was released SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN
on his own recognizance.
Hayward Norris Feagle, 40, was |.2 EACH THIGHS, LEGS, '
arrested April 4 on a Clay County BREASTS WINGS O
warrant for shooting into an occupied ]. LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD
dwelling, according to Deputy I.CHOICE OF TWO: $ '
Michael Paris. LB. BAKED BEANS 790 '
Timothy Leggette, 33, was arrested LB. SLAW : '
April 3 for retail teft, accor- I.SERVES 4 SIZE
ding to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. EA.EASTER
Leggette was additionally charged
April 4 for sale and possession of
cannabis,failure to appear violationof BUNNY CAKES 'n H.n.H.oIJ HoiII! IVIRYDAr IOW _i
probation sale, possession of a REGULAR, LUTE or DRAFTMILLER SLICED, CRUSHED or
controlled substance, driving while S 4 9 TIDBITSTURIRY
license suspended (Union County 3 i BEER MAIDPINEAPPLE ASTOR
charge). Bond was set at$13,500. He '
was released to Union County with a EA. SMALL P
detainer for Bradford. sr''

Raymond Wilkerson 25, was ar- HERRLICH BAKED or 12-PK.12-0= 59 2 0 0 8WE 3 T

rested April 4 for battery, according HONEY CURED CANS 20-oz. $1 6 8
to Deputy Paris. Bond was set at CANS 17-oz.
$500, he was released on his own HAM CAN

Annette M. Rlgdon, 22, was arrested If ., ,,- $ 2 9 MILWAUKEE'SBEST HI Hot! $1 69 OCEAN SPRAY ftk 7Ki c SWEET $ 28

I April 4 for burglary, according 2 . . CANS CRANBERRY SAUCE 6AR f 19 GHERKINS. . 14 suE 1
\I to Deputy Paris. Bond was set HALF
own recognizace and ordered to at- WHITE COLGATE
tend for alcohol and
counseling BUNNY or CHICKS
Harry McDougal, 28,was arrested FKG TURKEY FOIL
April 6 for possession drug You La ME-COOKED WEIGHT .,... ROASTING ..... $1 98
paraphernalia, trespassing, posses- WHOLE SMOKED or DEODORANT SUE
sion contolled substance resisting BAKED EA.14 88 I_. ,'_ 9 PAN.
arrest without violence according to TURKEYS . p'1i-OO-: $149 LISTERINE $ 67'
Patrolman Jerry Feltner. Bond was 1.5-LTR. nit 3BunER
, C alL.
he released .
set at $5,000, was on his or 4--PK DTL.
: own recognizance. THRIFTY MAID 9 9 TWIN MCII runt VHGARIWATtIl/ HERBAL M sel ROWER '
Charles Albert Osteen 45,was ar- CROISSANTS. m BLENDEDSHORTENING. 99C EA. 8SC
rested April 6 for trespass of structure . CAN:Er DOUCHE . r1I1tfl1&j
I according to Patrolman
William Brown. He was released on

I, his Leonard own recognizance.Boyd Carr 29, was ar- Winn-Dixie

rested April 0 on a capias for grand Helps
theft] according to Lt. ,David
Aderholt. Bond was set at $ISOO, he
was released on his own
recognizance. .

1 I 'I

April 12. 1900 TELEGRAPH,TIMES&l\10NlTOR-B8ECTION Page 38r

Deputy Improves from Injuries Received from Escaped Inmate I

Deputy Eugene Lee has returned The Inmate, Larry Brent Thag- before the door closed. Thaggard across the nation with cases clearedin
r home,in good spirits,but still with a gard,46,fled out the backdoor of the who had removed his prison shirt, Utah, South Carolina and
headache.Lee courthouse to the west side of town fleed from the courthouse before Virginia. A six time entry Into the
where he remained at large for the anyone was aware of the escape.A Florida prison system shows 55
63, was hospitalized Monday next seven hours. long history of escape, aldied cleared cases In ColUer County,30 In
afternoon after he was Injured whenan Thaggard In staying at large for Ocala and nine In Alachua involving
Inmate escaped from the holdingcell Thaggard had been several hours despite most law enforcement burglary, rape, robbery, all at-
in the Bradford County Courthouse brought to .
Bradford officers in Bradford and tributed to Thaggard,said Aderholt.A
Lee was taken by Life Flightto County Saturday from surrounding counties searching for
Baptist Medical Center in Cross City Correctioanl Institution him. Traveling through the woods, cat burr, Thaggard's com-
a hearing on a Flrolda State
Jacksonville suffering from a skull Thaggard stayed In the area bet- mon cars nice houses
I fracture and concussion.The Prison other charge Inmates of escape. Thaggardand ween SR-100 and SR-16 putting the and motorcycle He favors sterling
were in the neighborhood behind locked doors. sliver, Jewelry and keys to vehicles
head injuries were a result of holding cell awaiting their court ap- which he later returns to steal.
the Inmate overpowering Lee, pearance when Lee went in to checkto People had every reason to be
., ,- I "", '__ pushing him six to eight feet across see If they were finished with afraid, locked doors are not a Thaggard's last arrest was In
._ =:: ""
.I '= IIIMi- ;::1II< n. .4iiE" the room,smashing him Into a metal lunch. When Lee opened the door, deterent to Thaggard who is knownto November in Alachua County for aggravated
ChIef Deputy Pt Henry,left.uU Nice Chief Jinny Epp address television I door facing where he hit his head Thaggard was hiding under the break into occupied residences assault and battery. He
I .-reporter freer the euuMurf port a SR-100 before the captor*of and then fell to the tile floor, according stairwell. Lee did not see him until when being chased, said Aderholt.He was an escapee from FSP at that
exc.pee Larry Brent Thagprd. to It David Aderholt. ,he jumped him and ran from the cell has confessed to 100 burglariesPick time.

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H .1. Fair
III -- --mt __________ _ Association
Wants, MembersThe
up your
copy ol our / Bradford County Fair Is
l April underway this week,but there is still
Coupon tnd time for you to join the Bradford
: \ Fqod Guilti In County Fair Association (BCFA).
BCFA invites to become in-
1 >lor*llytr lorOVER you
volved. Your opinions and ideas are
welcome and necessary to ensure a
$14 better Fair each and every year..
In Coupon. and pis" Becoming a member Is easy
/ mill In rabitit. b s' enough and entitles you to attend the
t QUANTITY RIGHTS v fJ annual Fair Association Dinner.The
RESERVED annual membership fee is$3 and you
....DI'..-" ,-.- will be Issued a membership card.
GOOD S.CHOICI' Checks may be made to Bradford
THURS.-WED. County Fair Association and mailedto
BCFA in care of LeRoyce Ed-
PREMIUM GRADE APRIL -{-2-18 1990. U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND U.S.. CHOICEI wards 32054. ,Route 1,Box 515,Lake Butler

So come to the Fair and Join in the

I FRYER WHOLE ,or" HALF STORE IE-Z CARVE fun BCFA.by becoming a member of

QUARTERS lAMB lEGS HOURS 8A.M.TIL 'RIB ROAST Shorter Library CheckoutOf Books

Bradford County Public Library
L patrons are reminded that startingthis
l 11 P.M. week,books will be checked out
9-11 'LB. for two weeks instead of three
PKG. We will be 'kind with fines' until
A folks are adjusted, says Library
Director Sue Crum. This cycle will
put the main library as well as
bookmobile patrons on the same
schedule and hopefully make
remembering to return books
II easier said Crum.

1 Raisin Reading Certificates and
LB. LB. Pencil Toppers have arrived for
children that participated in the
California Raisin Reading Club.The

FRYER BREAST . LB. $268 W-D COOKED HAM P a'SZ99 BOTTOM ROUND ROAST LB.Z97 staff phone will this try and week.notify all childrenby

All future Bookaneers, ages 5 to
12, should mark their calendars to
W-D REGULAR" W-D SMOKED PORKSHOULDER sign on with Book at the
--1:; BOLOGNA.K,_ BOSTON BUTT BCPL in July.Captain Ah-hoy Mates, we
Community.OLO.NA guarantee ye to have one whale of a
k[ ;: or FRANKS \': I:: i .. \ PORK ROAST' uuPICNICS Stale summer.
," .
.",i 't:'::."' ..::11":1: : C, F. \.\\\i.lf4J r t\\, .$ I i of Bank StiirUe

I ./rr''".gg ..: .. ,.. i. < 1Ji II 97' AVAILABLE:

....-. 12'PtCQT:8 3 I ".. ..u LB.:M- .. : LB. .Credit Travelers' Card Chee'Jt ApplicationsMoney ; ,Accidental

SHANK PORTION or HALF- 10 LBS S UPCAROLINE THORN APPLE VALLEY Certificates of Deposit Night Depository Orders Discovery, May
SMOKEL FRESH SAUSAGELINKS Money Market Accounts Notary Public

HAM . . 1.1 $109 TURKEYS .' u 97e . '.' 'IlKLf$1190 HOOU.RWSED .. End ObesitySuppresses
BUTT PORTION HALF 9am-4pm ;: :
SMOKED 9 FROZEN BAKING $108 FARMERS CHOICE O THURS. & FRI. 9..m-6p.m., BankW't researchers at
SATURDAY 8 s.m.-2
$11 $149 p.m
of In Finland
HAM A.' . La HENS. . .,, La GROUND TURKEY PiGs.i the University,have discovered Ktioplo.(accidentally)-
a new weight-loss formula.The new
HICKORY SWEET GRADE 'A'FROZEN STAR discovery appears to enable an over
$199 -J20 2 $1'98 individual lose and
weight / pounds
BONELESS_ HAM LI DUCKS,. u CHILI . PiGs.fJ.611" fatty tissue without conventional di-
cling or exercise.ScienliSLl .
r HARVEST made the discovery whiles
arching for a formula to lower
,. enEllo- EVERYDAY --- EVERYDAY cholesterol. In controlled I'Iludy' of

a,, y LOW PRICE o ., LOW PRICE FRESH test group remained 0 r people. cholestcrollevels but the

doctors were astounded 10 find that
a patient who grcd! the formulareport
a e Post .The publish! of
this study stated, "A highly significant
a body weight was
i l l Nature makes the produce. seen' in patients who received theformul.

WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Formula
i i The wa tested at another
i prestigious
SAVE TIME sity hospital. A ain. all patients lost
weight even though they did not
COLOREDEASIER FRESH FLORIDA change their eating habits. The report
[ EGGS ScUiiling this study published!
CORN In the British Journal of Nutrition
I I $199 w stated: "Body weight was significantly
0 reduced even thouahJl1e patient
were !' to
osigo'HARVEST alter their dietary habits" One pa-
I pollnds.Dent in this study lost! more than 30

__ According to one Informed source,
'. the active ingredient comes from a
-I.r.. 100% natural botanical source and
contains no drugs or:stunuur:is.When
VIMYDAr LOW PRtCft \VIRY I .'AY IOW.PRICK'' t FRESH taken before mealtime it bonds with
food and "lM a tin"calories -
the cat
;'PILISBURY ALL VARIETIES A' ASPARAGUSSWEET ,especially yqu; those from fats,sup-
A press'"g}heir absot'Jt'on.IllDlfiqlllt
$141 3
DINNER ROLLS SM.UN PIZZA ,.-. '. a SIZE. A therefore portion of the through calo-
C ries ingested pass
Me POTATOES 79 the digestive system unabsorbed.Thebody '
.CHOCO CHARM e BIRDS EYE LITTLE $'99 has to get energy to replace the
99 EARS CORN . IHt. LB99' tost calories,so It Marts to burp Bred
-_ 2 $ DRINK '' : CALFftePRICED PK fat. which can result in rweight y
16-02. 100 H BIRDS EYE toss. Clinicaf! I asyeriRedtho..rcIyO

SLICES & 1 . 10- & JUICY long-term use. .
S '_' SIZE SWEET The formula is marketed in cap.
REGULAR W NATURAL' sule form in the United States under
$115 99' $109 !. in Florida has
firm located Tampa,
APPLESAUCE . us LIGHT SPREAD HIIUI TOPPING . . rue .' exclusive North American disuibu-
.,,', $1 8 tion rlRltts.. A rcv customer
MARKETPLACE f7'i'1 files 0.. this comp'any revealed the
;. f hundr ils _f people who
TO '
4-oi. 6-oZt
M PHARMACY $399 EA. rive lost ai 20.40
LOBSTER TAILS EA. more pounds! overall With CgaiBani30p0p0or.tqs
HARVEST FRESH to be a golden
t for.YourPrescrlptionNeeds.Our 70/90-CT PRIDE '$ Q59 GREENCABBAGE 15 pl al cued efat mild c' ellulllte woo thst they arc

pharmacists are available to answer SMALL HEADLESS CATFISH FILLETS La . u .n ; 10 lose by conventional
prescription questions, advise JUMBO methOd iseem.
your' when FISHtRMANS WHITE SHRIMP STALK $-flOO )I.BM:moo L.reasonably rieed
of low cost generic drugs
you FRESH MAHI MAHI 2. ,9 9S for piy and
available have computerized FILLETS $399 CELERY I \ 6-well visA' 8.C
. . L" and handlin
convenience .
keeping for your 9 9 FRESH 1 53. Mit:.

all major Including third party PCS-PAID record$3 SHARK STEAKS or '$299 EASTER $579 'j Mordcrmcall 110Tt:1REn: -

plans.MED1MET. and will never PURCHASES FILLETS ... . u LILIES .-. EA. 57-312 ilchelll Drug or purchase Store.! 121.lLaid. ,

be undersold. S tarke
Call tfo'Lday to begin the pleasant
transformation from fat and lab to

r Lowest 1 Total I Food Bill Everyday' you slender ypy ail may firm return body the a major you empty want weightlosS bottlethe If

: ; wiihinSO days for a 100% refund.


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I Four Divisions Judged Tuesday, April 10, at County FairBest I

., ...
Overall Rosette In the Arts* building, blue; Robert Kennedy, McNeill, family of 3 rabbits, blue. YOUTH wreath DIVISION, blue ribbon: Diane and
Crafts Adult Division wu won by building,blue; 'Trent Patterson,ball CROCHET DOLLS: Helen Newham Rosette Heather Norton
Division Overall -
Crafts Best ;
Jan Norton for bar seascape oil pain batter, blue; John Bozeman Arts and, Williams, crochet hobo i blue;blue ,sack of potatoes,red; Noel Nor-
ting.TIM painting Nortonsaid only dragon, red; Britt Pittman house, .. Hazen fur-trimmed lady, belle;, ton, basket of potatoes, red. ,
took her three days to complete.In red; Jason Mersey, house, red. ----rat v Janice Sanford, southern FOLK ART: Bonnie Durban,
the Youth Division Best PASTELS: Barbara Searcy,horse blue; Helen Stewart,. pillow-whiteblond strawberry plaque, blue; Barbara
Overall Rosette awarded with reunion white.WATERCOLORi blue Norma Cox,
was to ; call on tin plates, red.
Searcy .
Diane Newham for her green Barbara Searcy, ,blue.
wreath. birds In flight, white. WOOD ITEMS: Elizabeth Wade, MISCELLANEOUS: Carol Wile,
NEEDLE PAINT YOUTH DIVISION .H old world Santas blue; Carol Wise, padded photo album blue; Mary
OIL PAINTINGS Jan Norton : Quentin Chlsm,clock,blue. perpetual calendar, blue; 'Connie Folsom, gold leaf pictures, 'bl ei
seascape, blue ribbon and BestOverall Erdman, alphabet, YOUTH red Leamon i Jean Erickson, freehand decorated
Rosette; Virginia CROSS-STITCH: Helen Williams, Douglas Jeep, white. DIVISION sweat, blue; Helen Williams,
McDonald, fruit on cutting board, calendar on plastic canvas, blue; : : Lee Newham, table with decorated frame red; Sharon
blue ribbon; Barbara Searcy, Sheila Daugherty, antique autos, bench, white; Melanie Hinds Norton wood Petiprin, basket of kittens, white;
seascape,red ribbon; Richie Taylor blue' Virginia McDonald, hummingbird whale, white; Heather Barbara Searcy wall hanging Mexican
pioneers red ribbon. YOUTH DIVI- ,blue;Michelle Fox,dancing church basket,white. scene, white; Debbie Webber,
SION: Heather Norton, parrot, red bear, blue; Carol Wise, picture MichelleFox turkey wreath, white; Sandra Tanner -
ribbon. frame, blue; Sandra Tanner, duck KITCHEN MAGNETS: straw wreath, white; Connie
wall hanging, blue; Pat Baughn, kitchen magnets, blue; Connie white. Erdman, wreath yellow. YOUTH
and balloons,
fence with flowers, blue. DIVISION; Danielle Barnett,
CHARCOAL DRAWINGS: Anna wreath, blue; Denise Webber,
Barfield, cat blue. STAINED CERAMICS: Connie Jan Norton Diane Newham NOVELTIES: Helen Williams, Easter basket, red; William Fox,
PEN OR PENCIL Anna Barjleld, Erdman, pair of angels,white. Adult" Overall Youth Bert Overall decorated broom, blue'; Andrea state seal,red.PILLOWS .
purple flowers, blue ribbon; Bar- GLAZED CERAMICS: Faye Olive,lace&bead bride,blue;Janet
bara Searcy Oriental Express, Crouse,porcelain doD,blue.YOUTH friendship bracelet red. YOUTH' Ipanen, blue flowered cat, blue rib- Ipanen, satin & lace basket, blue; Connie Erdman,
white ribbon. YOUTH DIVISION: DIVISION: Christina Lopez, horse, DIVISION: Denise Webber,pin with I bon; Michelle Fox, cat with kittens, Sharon Petiprin, rabbit,red; Connie : YOUTH DIVI-
Greg Thomas, church blue; Chris crayon,rose,ball, ,white ribbon. red ribbon. Erdman, stuffed alphabet, red; penguin Diane, yellow.Newham, children on
Lee, house, blue; Scott Manning, red.JEWELRY: Connie Erdman, STUFFED ANIMALS: Sharon CLOTH DOLLS: Bonnie King, Mary Y. Davis, Snoopy, red; Mary SION:
building, blue ribbon; Don McKee, flower pin, white; Michelle Fox, -Petiprin. rabbit couple, blue;.Janet cloth preacher doll, blue; Laura Folsom, .decorated Broom, red. pillow-,blue.- .. ... '......

. ]Don_ Davis Takes Rosette in Horticulture DivisionDon

Davis took the Best Over-All miniature rose and red ribbon for variegated Jade; Carrie Manning, MISCELLANEOUS-FLOWER
Rosette In the Horticulture Division impatiens; Walt Westcott, purple variegated jade, white. ARRANGING: James Tyson won a
with his Croton.Judges for the Hor- impatiens, red ribbon.i YOUTH BARREL BALL CACTUS blue ribbon and Best In Class with PINEHURSTVARIETY
ticulture Division were Stanley DIVISION: Heather Norton, Tracy golden barren, blue; brown flower arrangement and a OPt'IJ9G
Crawford of Starke and Jean Har geranium, blue; Heather Norton, Mary Salvatore owl's eyes, blue; blue ribbon for a yellow flower arrangement .55g1 :; .:;: ."
ding of Raiford. impatiens, red: Noel Norton, Wendl Garber, bishop's cap, blue; ; Benny Tyson, blue "
miniature rose, white. Michelle Llndsey, ball, blue' Roy flowers, blue ribbon' Corine Tyson 11I-6PI1I
NON-FLOWERING HOUSE AGAVE: Bill Haefeker, blue; McKinney, old man blue; Wendl, red arrangement, white ribbon anda < >'
PLANT3PHILODENDRONIJoseph Alena Jenkins,blue; Patrick Brand, Garber, oreocereus, blue; Michelle red ribbon for a purple arrange- .BaD Z0 B1ankets t &Bab / ws1{ \
Seymore,heartleaf,blue rib- blue; Chad Smith, blue. Conners, oreocereus, red; Tracy ment. :F' >,J Pl/2"'P""R'I': IDgr; <<\)(<\;%; I
BROMELIAD: David Booth Bradley, yellow mammlllaria red; : / '" ;,>! f.t;",}
bon.SYNOGANIUM Arrowhead tricolor bromeliad blue ribon andBest Bonnette, mammillariablue DISH GARDEN: Becky Bonnette, ; ? w.
or Becky
ball cactus blue Don Davis,cactus,
Emerald Velvet): Joseph Seymore, in Class; Carrie Manning, ; Walt Westcott graftedoreocereus Regina l Carter;
red. tlllandsia, blue ribbon.CHRISTMAS red; Michelle Slricklln, red; echeveria, We have a large selection of Spring and Summer,
white Bill Haefeker, houseplant,
PATHOS: Jane Klrchalne,Devil's CACTUS: Bill white mammillaria, red; Eva white.; fabrics for Easter.
Ivy, blue. Haefeker: blue ribbon; Jane KIr- Hodge, mammillaria, blue; Becky white
BONSAI Edna Norton ,
COLEUS: Edna Norton, blue; chaine, red.KALENCHOE. Bonnette, ball cactus, white; Edna ribbon. : fig We also have a large selection of Juvenile prints
Barbara Jenkins, red. YOUTH : Corine Tyson, ted- Norton, mammillaria, red; Martha
DIVISION: Melanie Hinds, blue; dy bear, blue ribbon. Smith, ball cactus, blue. More Judging results on 7B 50% Off .

Noel Norton, red.MISCELLANEOUS. ,?"

croton Best In Class:and Don blue Davil rib-, Jenkins CROWN, blue OF; THORNS Della Rosenberg: Barbara, YOUTH DIVISION: Heather Nor- CIRCLE J. FENCE Try our new Travel Mate Micro Computer '"

bon; Edna Norton Klrcbaio spathphyllum, blue; Walt Westcott, blue; Shane ton, cereus, white; Noel Norton, & ALUMINUM
blue; Jane strawberrytree Bass,blue and white ribbons; Cathy mammlllaria. red; Melanie Hinds, Sewing Machine and
red; Mary Ann Jenkins: Converse,blue; Ellen Millhom,red; cereus, red; Walt Westcott pencil, COMPANY
plumosa fern,red; Joseph Seymore, Jane Klrchaine, red and white rib- blue. SERVING STARKE, Save $100.00Let
alocasia, red' Joseph Seym ore, gizzard -
; bons; Edna Norton red; Richard KEYSTONE HOTS.&MELROSE
plant, white; Joseph Seymore, WhItaker. FERNS: Cathy Converse,rabbit's CR 18 & Hwy. 100
ivy basket,white.SANSVERERIA. MISCELLANEOUS CACTUS: foot, red ribbon. 473-9625 us take care of all your alterations.
: Jane Klrchalne, Patrick Brand brain cactus, blue; BOSTON FERN Barbara .
red.FLOWERING Randy Underhill,brain cactus, blue. Jenkins, Dallas Fern, blue ribbon '
HOUSEPLANTS- and Best In Class; Mildred Klr 1 m f, i 1 Come in and see us when you are doing your
AFRICAN VIOLETS: Laura chaine,Boston Fern,blue Jane KIr- SACS Xltst llBUatC at laundromat.
McNetU,pink violet won blue ribbon MISCELLANEOUS SUC- chalne Boston Fern, red. YOUTHDIVISION ,S trriCC 1 t tlon laundry our adjoining
and purple violet won blue ribbon; CULENTS: Becky Bonnette,shark'stooth : Alex Klrchalne, Boston .
Carol Wise, purple violet, blue rib- blue; Timmie Rich, green Fern, red. Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary
bon.BEGONIA gasteria, blue; Shawnlta Hires, .
: Cathy Converse, blue green gasteria, blue'l; Barbara
ribbon and Best In CIa... YOUTH enkins: lemon ue; Krlsty A" ''''\W'.h.'w---
DIVISION: Melanie Hinds, pink, Harrison, stapelia,blue; Linda Sim- C
blue ribbon. mons, red gasteria, red; Randy
MISCELLANEOUS: Bobbie Underhill, gasteria red; Mary. Ann
Westcott,white Impatiens,blue;.Ed- Jenkins, echeveria, red. BARWALD PRODUCTS"For
na Norton, blue ribbon for CRASSULA: Christy Manning,
strawberry plant, blue ribbon for two blue ribbons for a jade and a

SFCC Andrews Center to Hold New Active Mobility"Sales

. aril Service in BradfcfrcJ:
Student Registration Next Week : '
,and Surrounding Counties fj:Try
Registration for new student for College Composition, Writing About ,
Summer A classes a the Santa Fe Literature, Advanced Composition, i
Community College Andrews Centerin U.S. History to 1877 Public Speak- We feature the
Starke will be held from April ing, Elementary Algebra, College '
19-23 from t a.m. to 3 p.m.A Algebra I and II, Topics in Finite LtIL' Leisure Chairs
term classes run from May 14 to Math,Principles of Economics I, Intro : ...
June 28.One to Humanities, Modern World
of the highlight of the short History to 1815, Fundamentals of '
six-week term Is Religion in Physical Science, Intro. to Computers
America, a detailed study of and Nursing Assistant. BradfordChiropractic Call Mike.. Collect
Judaism and most Christian Three C term classes will begin at 7 Sa1Ak '
denominations. The class Is to be the same time (May 14) but will run
taught by Dr. Bernie McFadden.The to Aug. 18, including Accounting I CenterStarke a19042688115
goal of the course la a better and II and Calculus I. .
understanding of the many churches For more Information, please Office After 7 p.m..
around us in Oils pluralistic society. come by the Andrews Center of call Jacksonville
Other Summer A classes Include 964-5382. 218 S. Walnut St.

.. Vo-Tech to Offer Community Ed. 'Classes Nat to 964-4957 the Chamber of Commerce Come see us at booth #98 at the

The Bradford Vo-Tech will be offering Aid, Monday April 18; Advanced BRADFORD COUNTY
community. education classes Floral Monday, April 18; CPR, FAIRoJ
in several.... study. Monday,April 30; Quilting, to be an- PAIN CONTROL
I The following classes are scheduled nounced.
to begin this month Beginning Call 964-6800. ext. 122 for more in- Headaches nffltTNTTJRIES
Computers, Monday,April 16: First formation. Neck&Arm
1. Mid Back
'Low Back 8c-Leg,
Work Related

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1? ""Auto" You're Never.

\ Know 1'" sciIc: Too Old for

5 by Michael Brunetti,Manager the Midwayby
;i' Santa Fe Auto Parts

964-5644 Sue Ellen Smith
j Car is b 11'' 1'T
care perhaps the one more leT Staff Wrlt.r
important factor in your cart life. A s y, So you think you've outgrown the
i car that is kept in fine running midway. Bright lights, rides and
f condition is safer,runs longer and Is games just don't interest you any
more, you say. Sure, you'll go to the
i ultimately worth in
more trade-in fair,you tell your friends,but only to
". value. And yet.most people know so wi i :k : look at the exhibits and the
lime\ about car maintenance and livestock. You don't go out on the
,I repair! To help dispel some of the midway anymore, not if you can
a I mystery surrounding the newest help it. The midway Is only for the
trends in car manufacture kids anyway,ybu say, not you.
j But mill the
as you slowly through
and safety,watch this spot. In the tk exhibits, looking at what the adults
. weeks and months to come we hope are supposed to look at, you can't
\ to be able to bring you information help but hear the sounds of the mid
which will be of service to both you t-- way. Before you know it you find
and your car. on the threshold of the door
leading from the exhibits to the out
side. You teeter on the edge of it,the
A clogged air filter can rob your car excited voices, music and lights
of 2-3 m.p.g. and/or cause backfiring drawing you out. Familiar smells
: and hard starting. I h assault your senses popcorn, pizza
r Italian sausage all smells of
4 the midway.
Welcome to this weekly column of A group of teenagers pushes past
auto hints and advice. It is brought to you and disappears into the growing
you with the good wishes of SANTA crowd. Their momentum pulls you
FE AUTO PARrS 660 N.Walnut through the doorway and out Into the
Street(Slate Rd. in midway. You walk slowly, soaking
16)) We in every sight, every sound. You
have 91.000 parts in stock,and run a can't remember the last time you
complete machine shop service. walked out on the midway. Was it
Major credit cards honored. Our that long ago, you wonder.
customers become friends and have Suddenly a familiar sight catches
your attention. A ride you: used to
kept us in business since 1972. Open .. _.. ride when you didn't consider
M-F 8-6.00: ,Sat.8-5. Phone -- ---- .. "" yourself too old for the midway, a
964-5644. :,Carrie Crew and her month-old daughter. ,Tabltba,enjoy the Merry-Co<< .on opening night of the Bradford County Fair. "ewp 8mIIhlBCT fast ride surrounded by blinding

lights and blaring music. The line is
long but moving quickly.
Your decision is made rapidly and
effortlessly. Pulling out your wallet
you head for the ticket booth. Who
knows when you'll make it to the
1 midway again.Ramadan.

90 DAYS -.--- ; Hand

SAME AS CASH* fit'. t ; j Cystic Institute FibrosisWalk.A.Thon to Host


Ramadan Hand Institute Lake
ya.jI Butler Hospital is proud to announceits
.ftt_*. _-iRvowcAvf wroW(... fifCC AntMut Ctltrgt IMr ffir..c.tlnegn tnHt to iutmi HfmnttMt GECAF sponsorship of this year's Cystic
.. ,. .. ,,_. Fibrosis Walk-a-Thon. On Saturday,
---S.ara M a..tMj Nnm..t" otIo .It. "dqaMU" chary. of APR
.ee.I....""., "...data MIl a__ .. .'_",r",._.t..... Fintnang for Gf Applianas April 28, local volunteers will walk a
little over two miles to raise funds
and show their support in the fight
against cystic fibrosis. The event,
11 which begins at Ramadan Hand In
stitute's Lake Butler Hospital,startsat
d 9 a.m. and will last until noon.
.. .I... '1t. Cystic fibrosis is a fatal lung
.- disease for which their is no known
t.- cure. Researchers estimate that 10
./ million Americans carry a gene

,... ..,.., < j t' which transmits cystic fibrosis. to
'" w' incited oH the Mark V ride."s "*"*.*. !* .their children. .
i i rl il irll l ll i A # t. dII. ..........4-.1II,1I''C', ... ....f4......... .., ..h: n:Jiboosls..l'elJ r W4lJt,9b f arcb J .:and;; upjiort.cystic. provides :

money to care for lung-
damaged children in more than 120
I cystic fibrosis centers around the
i !ff I'', country. Volunteers help raise funds
Model by recruiting sponsors who pledge
Model WWA8600G Model DDE9200G. JBattOGJDeluxe lall'C''I..1EXlra money for each mile they walk.
large rapacity fur regular: F.Iealronk Senior Control Dryer. panel. Hcclronic: digital clock', Youth groups and civic organizations
loacK SI'UI'RUI1DFR" cycle lor Automatic permanent pre+and minute timer and oven timer. are encouraged to participatein
small loads of lough stains and knitcycle. 4 drying selection Black glass oven<< door. this walk for better health. So
Mini-Wash'system. I'p-lronl hill filter. .....,, and fresh air
'10. ."_b. '.n,...".. walk with us get some
,... ....
*ftO dy mony back. or. chang*option from OI on raid porch ., /.n O..n .1 porch. lungs. You'll be helpingcystic

'si i .r ';;Iij ClS.i ? .jf ::(' ,*,:: p .c"(! -"(( ift.o el!' : For more fibrosis information patients do the,same.call

Ramadan Lake Butler Hospital at
426-2323, or contact Walk-a-Thon
Chairperson Cynthia Wamsley in
COME SEE OUR ....,iNn. 8m"'T" Gainesville at 3733130Lookingor .
Rlden find themselves raveling 65 mph on the Thunder Bolt, one of the faster
ride at the fair thU year.
I a sale?

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-- Model TFX27FL
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-' April: 21-22,1990
on = \s. Built-incurnpartnrendlxrrforcasy 964-8451

Side 0 NOW extra access.clcrn Spaiemaker"arta-bin.dour 26.6 with cu. ft. Gates open: 9 a.m. '
capacity; *). cu. ft. Tree/er. '
I' ONLY .. ..... the """f ; ._"" '
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ON SALE FOR 1 i S 185 00 'o..n. Gainesville Regional AirportN.E. :, Tu".d.r Showing:

.: 's.pllc.C.n.27.:
$ *3CSttOO .: 39th Avenue & Waldo Road Closed Wed. A Thurs.
Starts Friday.Apr. 13
Gainesville FL
FEATURING: Sean Connery In

:: rn Eaglet Acrobatic Precision Flight Team HUNT FOR
,.Ct. >. nso .e\2Gi4It". \ THE
Misty Blues All Woman Skydiving Team
--- GE Quick Bill Hunter&Hit Pitta Special
I Craig Hoiking&"Doubletake" : PQ

; I! ,J.(, Static Display and High Speed FlyBoysWorld Friday 7OO *: 8:28
FinancingProgram War II Vintage Fighters& Bombers Sat. 6t: Sun. 5:30 8:30
U.S. Air Force F-16t and MORE) Mon. ft: Tuoe. 7:15
. Fable Factory-Pelting ZooMoonwalk for the kids I .

NOW WAS ONLY$569 b5tM U Tickets: $8 at the gate for adults -SCREEN 2-

I $5 In advance at all Gainesville 7-Elevens and all The Comedy That
$45900 Gainesville and Ocala Publlx stores
Won A. Pulitzer Prize
Ask Us For Details Children 6-12: $6

Children under 6: Free JqXlflb

1 I To order tickets by mall with MasterCard or Visa

Don't forget to visit us at our write to: Clvltan Charity Alrshow, 711 N.W. 23rd St., Mt&S .rn

#2, Gainesville, FL 32609 Friday 7:00*: 0OO
booth at the fair.. For additional Information Sat. Son. 8OO. 700. OOO
Mon. ft: Tuee. 7:3O
call (904) 378-7994.
$I parking at Alachua County Fairgrounds ;.
No alcoholic beverages allowed Starke 964-7484
I Bring blankets and/or folding chairs Fri. Sat Sun.

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Proceeds benefit for Retarded Citizens and

: ; other CMtan Charities. THE LITTLE;

f SPONSORED BY Alachua County Board of County Commissioned Tourist
Development Council Gainesville CMtan Club Kenn-Aire, Inc. MERMAD
: law Offices of Arthur G. Holler Kin 103 Brooks
964-7701 250 SW 9TH STREET. LAKE BUTLER 496-2564. Bud-Light *
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Southgate Drive Home Chosen Home of the Monthby

Sue Ellen Smith'-1 something back into>> the Mr. and Mrs. Carter bought their landscaping and general riIi1; ; :
ICY Staff Wrlt.r community said Patty Kay Elder, wood-frame home ten years ago and maintenance of their two-lot lawn. R
'. chairman of the board's Home of the renovated it,adding two rooms and Each month the Home of the '
T'! Lisa and 7 .a1aii
great pains Benny
comprised of hoard (It t4
Month Committee. "One way to redwoodslding.The Carters added a Month Committee,
i'.4iu-r ruive taken with their 810Suuihgate
show our appreciation is to give an front porch and two decks one off of Bradford-Union Board of Realtors -
: Drive home were
this month when the award for someone who has taken one side of the home another off the members, searches for a HOME OF THE ;
recognized Bradford-Union Board of Realtors pride in their property." back. They also added a circular homeowner who either maintains or ,
of Lisa Carter said she was excited drive around the back of the home. improves their home,Elder said.
chose their home Home MONTH IB
as April's and pleased when she was told her The Carter's renovated the interior _1E B '
Month. home had been chosen as Home of of the home by knocking out "We try to recognize people who
"Realtors are in the business to the Month for April. walls to add interior space. Both try to make the city better," she
make mow; but we fool we can put I fwi'it's.great, honor,"sh .+.Id.o. Benny and Lisa Carter work on the

.. _._R ., _..__. .__-- ....-- said.Check ,.
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theClassifieds UM Cuter kneel with her children.Erie,B,ud......1,Ia rent rf the Homeof
the Month alp the BMdbtJ.Union Radian put.p In front of her b_





.. Highway 100
:'<'7.:"'.'...m;>I 1/2 Mile West Of Miller's Shopping Ctr.

. The-home of UM and Benny Carter wu- hoee..u- .of the Month for April by the Bradford-Union Board of Realtor .1 ALL TYPES IN ANY AREA WITHOUT


Ilaniadan Hand Institute TULLER GETTING

Donates $3,000 in Chiropractic Keystone Heights Office Center I

260B, S. Lawrence Blvd. SOAKED
Services to ACORN

473-7213 0
Ramadan Hand Institute recently especially helpful.
resented the Alachua County The radiology services will be per 1-
--- - -- -
<)irgumgation for Rural Needs with a formed at nearby Ramadan Hand
''lonation of $3,000 in radiology or Institute Lake Butler Hospital, '
X-ray, services. about eight miles from ACORN's PAIN CONTROL 1 JUST .620MONTH./
The United Way agency,known as facility on State Road 235 about a I II II
Act'I(HN, provides medical and dental mile soL-th of Brooker. Radiologistson Headaches
care for indigent residents of staff at the hospital, Dr. Roberto Neck&Arm INJURIES I I II
Al.u-hua, Bradford and Union coun- Revollo and Dr. Juan Bauer, contributed .Mid Back Work Related I!
nwi, on an ability-to-pay basis. to the donation by offering .
ACORN is funded by state and count their services as well. Low Back&Leg Sports I .
; agencies,civic groups and private "Indigent care Is an issue facingall Personal I WgMnow.eedi.veyb.swdercondlooner for OWry 11'IOI1 pra.hat 16.90 per month
11I1'dt.mq' ) health-care professionals, Auto Accidents for 3 tnonII1L plus insrollorion.Call c.ulllgon IJI Ill
.311! physicians and dentists at especially those of us in rural areas, I rodoy about+e Hmttvd tim trio)offer 1
*( i''UN: .u'c unpaid volunteers fromi so we're glad to be able to assist I
>" 'I oalth organizations, and no them," said hospital spokesperson '. DR.RICHARD C.TUIiER II I II
valiant'! leniedservices because of Cynthia Wamsley.Mesh I 1-800-342-9084
ute? race or inability to pay. said that ACORN treated I
Qualify care sometimes requires 3,315 patient cases last year, a 65 CHIROPRACTIC CARE
:agnostic( services, including percent increase from 1988. The WHEN YOU NEED IT I I
,aetiology" said Executive Director clinic moved in 1985 from temporary I I II
Marilyn Mesh. "These are poor, in- quarters in trailers into a donated 24 HOURS A DAY 7 0
.liljienl! people, and we provide house, which is undergoing renova- / DAYS A WEEK I I
primary care ... so this service Is tion. I
Office Hours: Mon.Fit 8:30: -6OO: p..... Sat.Appointment I *WMCU
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,!almt a New York city skyline, Christmas of Starke; Donna : l
'ith category competition and Christine McDavid, daughter of Mr. *
utrrtainment numbers following and Mrs. Donald McDavid of TO !500REBATES I El H ii 1'a'I r ",.IINAHCIKG.ASLOW.
year's theme. Brooker; Lori Mann, daughter of ,
I or the first year, the pageant's Louis'Mann of Starke; Marguerite IN '(HWe n "Beat*It"" J Jon AS 2 "" IUJllb. "
irstiints, participated in a Louise Hall, daughter of Robert and I I
.grant production number which, Joan Hall of Starke; and KimberlyGail OR 6.9% FINANCING Stbcttd Mcc! bON
Itt: 'ddlsh said, was extremely sue- Singletary,daughter of Mr.and _
Coll for D
I'ssful with the suld-out crowd at the Mrs. William Singletary of Lawtey. SELECTED MODELS J I..IIJ1El11HH iall*
Ifs Auditorium. This year's judges were Pat [
1 Uher entertainment provided Toskas Gary Corbett, Leanza Cornell . ,, l.IGI" Ye
'n! mg the two-hour pageant included and Lin Sheldon. ?
jazz routines from Courtney's Terry Vaughn was master of
cl.'jol of Dance and two solo singing ceremonies of the pageant, and 90 MUSTANG LX '80 MUSTANG. IX 229 H.P. "BO PROBE OT TURBO
performances I by Miss Jacksonville Doug Reddish of Davis, Monk and = -= 10 No* -*' V- PW.PU Up__.
\utie;: Sikes. Farnsworth and Co. was score __r wr w ri 'sw wua. i AM.t=M-.1IIIJnmUft
Other contestants in the pageantwere tabulator 0 j r.---s""'o'-i1i11
Kemberly Fillyaw,daughter of Junior Woman's Club member, ; 98S* s = $i6 8fftHO
\i'eggy Ann Crawford and the late Lorna Reddish stressed the importance 1 288 ,
'"arl Ray Fillyaw of Starke; Allyson of local business and com-
l hompson! daughter of Don and munity support for the pageant and
Joyce Thompson of Starke; Mindy said she would like to thank TAURUS NEW THUNDERBIRD SUPER COUPE '90 MUSTANG OT 225
',.-nn Gnann daughter of Mr. and everyone for their participation."It's -
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PI.n! Gnann of Starke; unreal how many people are aulM V-8.: control ulamitia, AM// tar.hfrtoiJtoui,sound. &. c:-: ::__ H.Pi
Marie involved in the ," w/CD ,
j Ramsey daughter supporting pageant rawer. yBtem playtr r.n.r'wL
,. iii Christmas and Edward Reddish said. ; .. al powr <)Ulpiii il. "' .J..

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April 17th at 12:30at
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will have a presentationon 77 F-150 78 CHEVY CHEVrnE '88 HYUNDAI '

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Scaff, McKinley., Take Best Overall in Needlework/Ga rent DivisionPag.
In the Needlework Division, best
overall rosette was awarded to Dana Hersey, strawberry log cabin, red PILLOWS-FABRIC: Brenda COUNTED CROSS-STITCH:
Scaff for counted cross-stitch on a ribbon; Lucy Knight,red&black log Beeman, 2 fabric pillows, matchedto Dana Scaff, counted cross-stitch,
baby quilt. The quilt took her nine cabin, white ribbon; Gertrude quilt, white ribbon; Bonnie Durban blue ribbon and Best Overall Rosettein
months to complete Just in time for Cruce multicolor quilt,white; Nan ,satin pillow,white ribbon. Needlework Division.
the birth of her baby. cy Smith,red/green quilt,white rib- LATCH-HOOK PILLOW: Connie Lucy Knight, wall hanging, white
In the Garment Division, best bon. DISPLAY ONLY: Sandra Erdman, blue ribbon.MISCELLAN.OUS. ribbon; Mary Folsom, appliqued
overall rosette was awarded to Kay O'Briant Johnson. t-shirt,white ribbon.8WEATSIIIRTS .
McKinley for her dress entry. APPLIQUE QUILTS: Lucy : ACRYLIC PANTS: Lisa
McKinley, who has entered In the .'K("i+< '. 'r, white ribbon. YOUTH PAINTED: Muriel Gilhooly, white Peoples, black sweat, strawberry,
fair before,said her entry was sewn DIVISION: Julia Griffin, applique. shirt (bird), blue ribbon. YOUTH blue ribbon; Muriel Gilhooly, navy
from a specialized dress pattern. quilt,blue ribbon.EMBROIDERED. sweat, bird, red ribbon; Mary
INFANT & TODDLERS-. QUILTS DIVISION: Heather Norton, t-shirt. Folsom, black sweat, Christmas,
DRESSES: Harriet Duncan, a t Michele Fox, baby quilt with embroidered blue ribbon. red ribbon.
playsuit, blue ribbon. h bunny, blue ribbon; Annette -
LADIES & GIRLSGIRLSDRESS Modesitt, cross-stitch quilt,
f't blue ribbon.
child's sundress, CASUAL, blue: 'Kay ribbon.McKinley, -- -- _....._ ... t ..<....:. !! :.w'. MACHINE-MADE QUILTS: Lord Tour thoughtful and kind
Douglas, blue ribbon Brenda
Faye Kay McKinley
Crouse,pink &white dress,blue rib-- Needlework Best Overall Garment Best OveraUKNITTING..BAB ford Beeman, white, white ribbon.MISCEI.LANEOVS ribbon. ; Betty Mont- expressions of sympathetic

bon.APRON: Youth Division: Melanie Prlcilla Janvria,"blue afghan, blue }' AFGHAN: :Wanda Chapman '
Hinds,apron, red ribbon. ribbon; Virginia McDonald, Bonnie King, white knit baby ;, Russian Virginia punch McDonald,bear, blue, ribbon understanding following
DRESS: Kay McKinley, pink / blue rib afghan, blue ribbon. pin
ladies dress, Overall Blue Rossette: bon; Lois W ilkisonlargge{ / MAN'S VEST: Sharon Petiprin, log cushion cabin, red, white ribbon ribbon; Lucy Gertrude Knight, the loss of our loved one
and blue ribbon. red vest, red ribbon. ;
ple red ribbon; Bobbie Oden, Griffis,machine-stitched ,
SUIT: Mary Folsom, pink suit, red/black, red ribbon; Helen WOMAN'S SWEATER: Pricilla ribbon; Connie Erdman,top curtains yellow, will never be forgotten.
white ribbon. Stewart, white with purple roses, Janvrin, knitted sweater, blue ribbon yellow ribbon. ti.
MENS & BOYS-SUIT: Harriet red ribbon; Debbie Weber, rainbow ; Kay McKinley, woman's '
Duncan, pants & vest, sweater blue .
striped, blue afghan white ribbon.BEDSPREAD ribbon; Kay !- v m nvwwwvw
ribbon. : Jessie Ritch, McKinley, child's sweater, blue rib- PILLOWS-CROSS-STITCH: An- Charles C. Anderson
TROUSERS OR SHORTS:Harriet yellow ribbon. nette Modesitt, red ribbon. YOUTH
Duncan,red plaid trousers,blue rib- ACCESSORIES: Bobbie Oden, bon.HOME FURNISIIINGSBABYQUILT bon.DIVISION: Beth Modesitt, blue rib- A mere "Thank you"will not expressall
bon.LINGERIESLIP multicolored scarf,blue ribbon. : Lucy Knight, baby quilt, sincere
: Mary Folsom, BLOUSE: Faye Crouse,. ladies blue ribbon; Karen McQueen, PILLOWS-QUILTED: Kay our gratitude.
slip, white ribbon.CLOTHING crochet blouse, blue ribbon.MISCELLANEOUS 'Katy's Kitties' Quilt, blue ribbon; McKinley, cathedral pillow, blue The Anderson
ACCESSORIES- Wanda Chapman, Farmer in the ribbon; Margaret Wood, cathedral Family
POCKETBOOKS, TOTES: Lucy : Helen Dell Russian Needle Punch baby window, red ribbon.
Knight, strawberry bag, blue rib- Williams, maroon sweat with quilt, red ribbon; Margaret Wood,
bon.CROCHETLARGE crochet applique,blue ribbon;Helen baby quilt,red ribbon; Michele Fox, -- -- --
AFGIIAN: Stewart, ripple & lace creme pink&blue baby quilt,white ribbon.
Jerl Hooten large afghan, blue; afghan, D ue ribbon. 1IANDST1TCHK1) QUILTS: Ruth

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I Pendarvis, Norton, ChappellBest 964-7500 AGENT 538-0584

Overall in Food Division ORlAN WELLSco9v&vTqJDIcj2jTIw5

In the fair Food Department,Julia ribbon and Best Overall Rosette;
Pendarvis took the adult Best Over- Edna Norton, two blue ribbons.
All Rosette in the Baked Products SQUASH: Jean Erickson,blue rib-
Division Tuesday,April 10, with her bon.TOMATO
Strawberry Easter Bunny Cake. In : Vivian Chappell, blue;
the Youth Division, Noel Norton Edna Norton, blue; Janet Itanen,
created an"Easter Basket Rainbow yellow tomatoes, blue ribbon; Jean
Cake", which was judged for Erickson blue; Harriet Duncan,
decoration only to take the Youth blue; and Mary Folsom, red. C'ELLf1LMP{ Qg.f S'E1lo/IC'E/
Over-All Rosette. SOUP MIX: Edna Norton, '.! gal., ,
blue; Jean Erickson, pint, red rib-
: Vivian Chap- J 395.00 Installed
pell, beans & potatoes, blue; Edna Pius
Norton, okra & tomatoes,blue.
PUMPKIN: Edna Norton,red.
--.-.- ton, blackberries, blue ribbon. 2OO Min.
Vivian Chappell PEACHES: Edna Norton, blue; RICK WELLS
Best Overall Vegetable Harriet Duncan, blue. General Manager Free Usage
i i PEARS: Edna Norton, blue.
5 PEAS: Edna Norton, two blue rib- PICKLES-BREAD & BUTTER:
bons. Bobbie Oden, blue ribbon.
Y POTATO: Vivian Chappell, blue
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CREDIT CARDS: Bad credit no problem) FOR SALE BY OWNER: BR. 11/2 Bath
Personal credit cards and VIsa/MC 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEET WOOD dou- ca home.Living room,dining,kitchen. 205 N. Temple Starke W
available.P.O. Box 5355.Gainesville, btewtde. with all the extras. $19.000 WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE large family room w/flreplace and builtin -
PL 32601-5355. TFN 1 balance and$1000 down.Assume the HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR?It bar. Screened In back porch,small
loan. Will pay to have moved/ to your workall Now available for catsl Gator pool. Fenced backyard bam w/eleo- Cecelia Terwlllegar
lot Call 373-3423 after 4pm. or 964- /II Farm Supply. Ole Glory Feed and trlclly. 964-5647. 16 .....HOMES.....
CARSTRUCKSVANSATTENTION 9115 during the day. .4 Gold Mst. 6 ATTRACTIVE BRICK. 3 BR/2 BA, well OWNER ANXIOUS Must tell I Broadway StrMt 4 BR. 2 BA large lam. room.
DOUBLEWIDE: On Large Lot .4 Ba 2 4 YR.OLD PAINT GELDING:750 Ibs., 13 maintained home on Mimosa Drive. REDUCED$5.000.00.Creative financing. $54,300
GOVERNMENT SEIZED BA. In Brooker. $37,500. Owner will hands; good at shows. $200. 964- Convenient location; quiet neighbor CYPRUS STREET Beautiful Brick/Block home, 2 Yn. Old. Fully furn., nice
VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes negotiate 485-2635,485-2884. TFN 5323.6, hood. $69,000. Call Trevor Waters, neighborhood fantastic price I $44,SOD
Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus 41987,14x70 WANT A GOOD FENCED YARD home Century 21 Showcase Properties, HANDSOMI a-STORY CEDAR HOME wllho beautiful view of lake Sampson.
Buyers Guide. 1-602-838-8835, Ext.ONE : 2 BR 2 BA.Fireplace,new for a spayed th asp Apso.Likes kids. Broker. 4734903. 16 Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA, Central Heat pump, carpeted In-
A 17283 2 blinds and curtains, simulated brick Call 964-8079 after 1 p.m.6 NEAR COUNTRY CLUB: On 3 acres, 3 lulated window, skylights, mahogany *xt. door, sunken tub telling fans,
TON TRUCK:With body and cooler front and back porches. BEAUTIFUL YELLOW Male Cats. Utter Block home with CH/A, .
skirting BR, 2 BA 2205 so It. living area 1537 *.f. wrap around porch, must see to appreciate.
good condition, new tires. 350 motor 15500. Call 473-7515. 4 box trained 9646313. 8I' woodbumlng stove. Over 2400 sq. ft Owner financing a quallfed buyer. $105,000.

$5500 firm. 9647338. 2 FREE FREE FREE Credit Check and Large lawn. Dbl. garage.2-story barn PRESTIGIOUS HOMI the city of Stark. 4 BR, 3 BA, fireplace, wood floor,
1982 CHEVY CAPRICE: V-8.4 dr., Blue/ Pro-approval on mobile home loans. wIshed. $96.000. 964-7450. many extra 609W. Call Street. $125,000
grey. Dependable transportation, Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B : : ; 16ATTENTION COUNTRY CLUB AREA Brick home hot tub
L..JJ-- 3 BR,21/2 BA, fireplace, pool Im-
looks good. First $1200 Cash. 964- Homes Lake City FL 4 ; .,,,,,) ,, .. : GOVERNMENT HOMES maculate cord. $125,000
7682 2 LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT IN FLOR- from $1 (U-repalr). Delinquent tax
TENT SALE AT BRADFORD FURNITURE BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOMEt the Country Club Area. 3/2 with nice 20'x 16'deck
1980 VW SCIRROCO: Damaged In acci IDA: At new hornet 5% Down. 14 property. Repossessions. Call 1-
dent. Best offer Joe, 9645257. wide start at $500 down Double- : Highway 301 North. April 13- 602-433-8885 Ext. GH 17283. Immaculate condition. Priced to ...II.S .
16. dinette furniture ACRES IN CITY LIMITS With tank and well Fantastic Owner
2 wldes at $800 down. Cal 755-5'15. April Many Items 16 septic prlc
1978 GMC 4X4: Auto, 350 V-8, Power S Circle B Homes Lake City. FL rattan dinette. All sales final. NO DOWN PAYMENT: 3 BR 1112 BA, financing. Call today for detail..
& B, Long WB AM/FM, Tilt steer, 4 7FRIDAY brick home In Brooker. Excellent NICE FRAME HOMI with 3 Bedroom I 1/2 baths, on 1.3 acre. Central heat
bucket seats Good truck. $3,000. 1990 DOUBLE WIDE:24x44.3 BR 2 BA. :Metal cabinet,$15;porch? glider, condition.CH/A.oak cabinets.Fenced and air.Remodeled 1989.Mutt*ee to believe. $41,500.
OBO. 4732063. 2 Wood siding and shingle roof plus $45; housewares; family clothing; and enclosed garage. Call to see II BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOMEiGorg.ou. landscaping 3 BR. 3 BA,
GOVERNMENT SEIZED vehicles from free delivery and set up.$14,995.Call miso. Comer Hwy 229A and 233 you qualify for FmHA No Down Pay- You mutt*ee to believe. Call for Detail!
$100. Corvettes, Chevys, Porsches, 755-5114.Circle, B Homes.Lake City. (Morgan Road). 7 ment Loan.Barbara Wise Realty,462- FURNISHEDi3 BR, 1 1/2 BA Mobile Home on beautifully landscaped lot.
and other confiscated properties. For FL 4 STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE 5870, Alachua. 16 W/eparate recreational room equipped w/itove refrlg. Also hoe separate
Buyers Guide 1-800-443-2562 ext BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- SHOP A SHIRLEY'S HOBBY ZONED COMMERCIAL OR RESIDEN- garage.Fantastic price $19,600
2729. Also open evenings and week wide. $1.000 Dn. Pmt Singlewlde. CRAFTS: For Sale Bunny rabbits w/ TIAL: Priced to sell A Real Bargain. PRICE REDUCED TO SELL 3 Ac., 3 septic tanks, 2 power pole, 4" submergedpump.
ends. 2 bad basket baby gifts,gifts for home and
$500 dn.pmt Everyone buy Some owner financing.$29,000.782- Reducted from $17,000 to $12,000. Great Investment.
credit credit. Can crafts.964-8733 964-6521.. Cornerof
or no 755-5114. 1176.16JBUSINESSr
1 1/4 ACRES W/SEPTIC TANL. well pole and 20x30' concrete floor
1 ; Circle B Homes Lake City. FL Hwy 16 A Hwy 233-Behind Handy power
COMIvlEnCIAfc PROPERTY 7 workshop. Owner financing. Call today for detail.
14X65 BR/1 BA MOBILE HOME: 1985 Way. i 1/2 ACRI LOTiw/well new 2 utility bldgs., old frame house
model clean FRIDAY. 8:00: TIL ?? 347 N. Church St. cypress garage
very Inside and out; setup
well manicured lot Household Items, clothes for men, room cottage. to 18900.
FOR lEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED $600 on dn, $14a/Month. In on Interested Hwy 16., women boys and girls.Flowers,crafts RECEIVE$25.00 DAILY AND KEEP ALL 20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2, 4" well, septic tank, 3 acre fish pond
1000 sq ft fast food location across call 964-9208 after 6 p.m. .4 of wood grapevine wreaths, etc.MOVING THE MONEYI! For complete details, and many extra Priced to Move.
from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848, evenings 7 WATERFRONTt'on Sampson Lake. 160'on Deer Foot Trail Road, 170'deep.
SUPER SAVER: 14x80. 3 BR/2 BA. Delivered RUSH $1.00 S,A.S.E. to: RH Flisch
473-3627 TFN 3 & Set Up.Only$180/Mo. Call SALE: Fri. A Sat Apr. 13,14: Co., Ext 111. Box 20233. St Peters Great fI.hlnglak.. Now' the time to buy waterfront property.
FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office Mitch or Jim. Uncle Roy's Mobile Stove, refrlg, tables, chairs, beds burg FL 33742. 20Classified I ACRES IN UNION COUNTY with handyman special house. Property must**ll.
space: 3000 sq ft, located at Enterprise Home Sales 9043645197. RV AC.odds and ends. Inside at 390 Call today to make offer
Park next to Sunshine Industries N. Cherry Sl 7RV'S Ads UNION COUNTY Immaculate 3 BRIt 1/2 BA Brick home off 10DW. Well
Contact Diana Ely. 964-5294 ONLY $178/Mo. Call Mitch Jim manicured lawn with complete MH hookup all on 1 Ac. Creative
Get Results financing. $49,900
Unde Roy'.Mobile Home Sates,904- !
RENT: Up to 1600 sq ft. Will remodelto 3645197.. 4 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE GENEVAl

suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy WHY PAY MORE? 1990 28x70. 4 BR. 2 '75 WINNEBAGO INDIAN: 21 ft long. Beautiful contemporary 2-story cedar redwood home. 150' of lakefront 4
301 next to Lil Skeeter's & Insurance BA. Only $275/Mo. Call Mitch or Joe, 40007823727. 19 RESTAURANT BR/3 BA. 3400f CH/A, fireplace gloss enc. sunroom wot tub. sauna,
1-800-771-7283. TFN
World. Unde Roy's Mobile Home Sale,904- 8X33 TRAVEL TRAILER SALE/TRADE PROFESSIONALS greenhouse, sprinkle sys., Ig.deck,floating deck. $239,000
137-139 E. CALL STREET: 3500 sq ft. 364-5197. .4 for acre wooded land. Also trade YOU'RE INVITED! Immaculate 3 yr. old brick home with 3 BR/21/2 BA, 2300 if. CH/A, 97' of
ground floor. Loading front and rear. 1990 14-WIDE: Only $500 Down $1207 Pontiac for van. 9642337.TFN lakefront,dble.fireplace,walking distance to town. $199.000
Rent option. 3566849. 3 Mo. Can Mitch or Joe. Unde Roys 19POPUP TotWendy' Prestigious 4 BR/S BA 3500 .f. 3 decks, CH/A, 800' of paved driveway, 100'
STEEL BUILDINGS TRIANGLE STEEL Mobile Home Sales, 904-364-5187. CAMPER: 1975 Bon Air, sleeps' Open House of lakefront, sprinkle sys., REDUCED 25000. OWNER FINANCING.

and BUILDINGS frame steel, INC.buildings Offers ;rigid all sizes.steel 1990 14x70. 3 BR/2 BA. Del. A Set-Up. 8.AIC and heat.. $1800. Good condition. On-Site Interviews 293'of lakefront,315'on SR 100, buy all or some. REDUCED 20000.OWNER
Call 964-5875 after 4 TFN
See our model center at 646 E.Union.St. $750 Down. $190/Mo. Call Mitch or pm. Dater I IG FINANCING.
.. Jacksonville. or call toll free 1- Joe. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales, 19 Wednesday April 25th AFTER HOURS
8002736072. 3 9043645197. 4 1989 35' TRAVEL TRAILER; Washer Time
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT next to Dryer: rollout awning, patio door. 5-9 p.m.Fort Sandra TrwllUgar . . ... . . . .5332242Ann

Courthouse. 964-7347. days; 964- : REAL. ESTATE: Fleetwood Trailer Park. 5001 Phillips TerwIIUgar Brown, . . . . . .4737541Cocolla
4535 after 5p m. TFN 3 I i Hwy. Jacksonville, $10,300 OBO. You, the professional who / Urwlllogar . . . . . . . .,,,,.7776
Former :: \ j'( R.EJi: 19TRAVEL
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store at comer: of West TRAILER:All aluminum, sleeps wants to move ahead with a Debbie Connaughton . . . . . . .9642833RESIQjgtyTlAL

Madison and Orange Streetsapproxi; OCALA NATIONAL FOREST. : wooded 6, elec. stove and refrlg, has air, company that cereal!
mately 1500 SF, building with ample lots, river access. $5950 each. No Gooddre..b aullfullnslde.$750 Can Wheret .
parking:call Bill Green,9042227500. money down.,$71.41 month. Owner.\ be seen at 512 South SL 964-3728 Wendy's,Starke, ...
-, 1-236-4579 or 1-622.2438 TFN 19 631 Walnut Street
1 :..WANtrEQ.l 10LOOKING 26 FOOT TIOGA MOTOR HOME: Fully See you there!
FOR A FEMALE BLOOD self contained. Ford 460 CF engine.All .
HOUND.We have a male. ,full blooded extras available. Like new. 964- ..\. I
ROOMMATE WANTED: To share 2 BR redbone bloodhound. Would like tae ... .8358.19--------- ft COMMERCIAL 'd 1. Reasonable Rates
Mobile Home. No pets. Male or Fe breed lor puppy or If you puppy 77 TITAN MOTOR HOME: 26'; eginefactory 'lI .... __. & FREE Estimates
male. Call Brenda at 964-9370 for for.ale. Please ca 1164-5647. overhauled. 4,000 watt Onan

more information. 11 generator. 6 new tires, AC, new carnet A t.ur o. .nurry ESSURE
$10.000. 4734478. 19 Naerr NN ,5 Q WASil
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5 Acres on small lake...............-..........-$3OOO Acre Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. 3/4 County mile lake frontage on lake In Alachua L.: ,

Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R 100 221 Lafayette SL Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.OOO .t at 1-5023 *< 9846095A

10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.$3.OOO Acre .
I *LAKEFRONT PROPERTY, 3 BR, 2 BA D/W homo with garage on Sampson Lak. e For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..:... $450.00 Mo.
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*3 LOTS 75'. 200' EACH on paved road with privilege to George' Lake. 28-901
*HOME IN CITY 2 BR. 2 BA. Could bo made Into 3rd BR on 2 Ac. 590. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY a Accelerated Realty inc. aa
*3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE MOBIL HOME on 5 acre of land. 211-89 ,
*4.87 ACRES ON NE 30th Av*. 42-90 Ronald E. Newman 964-6881

*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON US 301 SOUTH: Approx.2 acres,owner financing. I aa
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*LAWTEY AREA 4 Ac. with ov.r 2,000*f. homo CH/A with screened porch also | LAVERN H PUILAW 964-4544

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15 ACRES IN LAWTEYI Priced for quick sale. 175-89 f *NICE 3 BR/1 1/2 BA on 1/2 acre. Fenced lot. $42,500. 189-89 Evenings & Weekends
*CITY LOT, 150x150. All utilities available. Exc.ll.ntarse. $12.000 '-'Homes'Lot '-'Acreage'Waterfront
I *COUNTRY STARTER HOME ON 2 1/2 AC. Lawtey area. 2424 workshop 3/41 &'ARh1"' You Full Service Real Estate Office ./ arms JCommrciala a
I cleared land. 38-90 \

1 *3 BR 1 BA. on 1.11 ACREi Steal this one for $32,000. CH/A. W-90 Davidt t, Dodg* COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/1 BA Frame LMng-Dlnlng-Kitchen Combo \ .
I *32x60 DOUBLEWIDE: On 1 acre. 4 BR. 2 BA. an exceptional l mobile home. I II IPatty.lUtt tte.r.'WRAbeIgnateAppr w/Snack Bar Den Screened Porch 3.62 Acres, Pole Barn Nice Cleared

I 39900. 198-89 : I Spot for Garden.
1 *REDUCTION I LAKE LOT REDUCED $5,000.Own.r anxious to deal. 7.90 ii:: : 'a 1 1403 PRATT STRUT BR/1 & 1/2 BACK&Frame, large Family Room Laundry /
*3 ACRES IN RIVERBEND Owner financing 147-89 ; ; : Uer Room. Nice Lot.
*ALMOST NEW BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 3 BR. 2 BA In country. 146-89 REALTOR NEW MICK HOMII4 BR/2 BA. Stove, Refrl ft Dishwasher Sun Deck 3240 I ISF.
*LAWTEY AREA HWY 125: Concrete block an one acre 34.90 a Well 8 Septic I Acre.a]
*1 31 A ACRES ON SAMPSON LAKE Immaculate horn. Must ._. 173-89 r LAKI ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame Large Family Room w/Flreplac. CH/A,
*NEW LISTING 4 BR. IN-GROUND POOL, call for mar details. 51-90 2184. SF, hoe 576 SF Workshop, landscaped Lot.
I *EXECUTIVE HOME on 5 acres. Too good to miss. 181-89 BEAUTIFUL 20 ACRES a 6 ACRES Of WOODED PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porche All Round. | a
*WATERFRONTi Great time of year to check this one out.4 BR, 21/2 BA. 206-89 j jI Brick ft Cedar.2 BR.2 BA ,over 2000 sf.Ponced 24x90 Pale Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed. Well S. Septic. On Paved Road.
I *HAVE A NUMBER OP DOUBLEWIDES In our Inventory Call for Information. ,3 acre pond 2 horns,garage Many Extras! a QUIET AND PEACEFUL, 38R/2BA CB Two-Story. Stove ft Refrlg Oct Heat I a ,
I *BARBER SHOPi(Going Business)with real estate and equipment.Priced to sell.I Window AC Well ft Septic, 1 Acre.

(Call Irene for details. 121-89 CHURCH STREET 3BR/1BA Frame ft Brick., CH/A Range, Refrlg I "
CB,4 II.1 1/2 BA.. ,.pi..,ref.good area. $37,600Owner
1 *331 1/2 ACRES WITH FARMHOUSli 3 BR. 1 BA. Ha.3 poultry barn now being us-1 a Dishwasher ft Fan, Nice Corner Lot. /
led, would need to update house 162.89 Financing. In Starke. Frame 2/1. Good Income $18,500 LAKE GENIVA.2IRII BA Frame Screened Porches 14x16 Utility Bldg. Well I Ift '
*Excellent Neighborhood.Stucco 3/2. CHI A. FP, rg.,rfg. D.W.. S59.500 .
1 *4.38 ACRES With nice doublewld. Has 1 utility and 1 workshop, high ft dryj Septic ,
of cleared farm land.Old.r MH.2 well $2,000/oc.
63 Acre
I land. 166-89 a TWO ACRES M COUNTRY BR/2 BA Doublewld. Mobile Home, CH/A. | a
block, central heat In Stark. 100x125 lot. $39.000 t
Concrete 3/1.
1 *LAWTEY BR. 1 BA good rental property owner will consider financing.166-891 Stove ft Refrl Graham Area.
*MADISON STREET Colonial home, only one of It. kind In Stark' 2 acres oil .* Lakefront. Fish &Swim, Weekend cottage Furnished. Sandy Beach S44.900 I HANDYMAN SPIOALI 2 BR/1 IA Frame Stove S Refrlg Nice Lot, Good I
I 1400 ft.4 BR, 3/4 BA, Large lot. In country. $45,000 J / 1
tropical plant and tree*. 2 rental unit Included. 176-89 :- ; Frame. sq. Rental Property.COMMIROAL .
Assumable Brick 3 BR/1 1/2 BA.CH/A, Rg. Ref., S49.900.
1 *HWY 301 SOUTH Commercial property with established bu.Inoi and lovely Ihome Mortgage PROPERTY
16 West,4/2V4,CHftA 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. SS4.000
with many extra. 191-89 f f1HWY Highway HWY Ml Sooth .. 800 Pt. en Highway, Plenty ef Warehouse Sp. e.
16 WEST Immaculate 3 BR/2 1/2 BA, fireplace and many other extra.| In Country Club: Brick 3/2 CH/A All appliances. 2 Car garage 2000- al. a .HWY Ml North -Salvage Yard with 1 BR/1 RA CI Home 12x40 Mobile I a i
nearthehospital. Corner lot 3/2 CHftA. REDUCED
$67.500 on one acre. 194-89 Hem*, 4048 Auto Repair. Shop 3 Septic Tank and 4 Well w/Pump on 3 | t
I *MICE SHADED LOT IN TOWNi Approx. 1600 *q. ft. brick 9 I/ BA. 19589AO Bessent Road: 3 BR/3 BA, All appliances ft fireplace CHI A. 2200 sf on 1 Ac. 1 Acre. / '
II DUO STOCKED FISH PONDS With on established Income -| Bedford lake, 2/1 CHSA, completely furnished xtranice. 100x300. $73,000
ACRI NICI LAND WITH East Cell Street -Nice Off he Bldg Suitable for Doctor or Dentist Practice.
Brick CH1A, over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acre
has 2 wells, septic and lea pal* SELECTED PROPERTIES
]*RENTAL 3 BR, 1 BA, On Crosby Lake. Ha dock. $430 Month Neat Clean.2/1.Heat ft Air Make appointment to see. 29900. a 1
Starke Hlstork Renov.6BR, 3'/.Bo. 6 fireplaces. REDUCED. 40 ACRES Can be.purchased In 20-Acre Tract. Planted Pines, Near |

Beautiful story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2 MBa on 36 acre*. ,lowtay,
Call One qf Our Professionally In Stork..ca. 3/1.CHIA. 1200 plus sq.ft.on i 110x110lot. $38.300 .m HOMI HDO LOTS Hwy 16W, City Water & Sewage, Owner Financing a
Move Up to Luxury Living Country Club area'finest home. Appointment Only. HOME BLDO LOTS Shady' Oak. S/D. Brooker.
Trained Staff Today..964OO&9AJler Over 8 Acre Inch 4/11/1. CH/A Fireplace pver 2100 ". All appliance 1 POUR 5ACRTRA smoker, Hwy Frontage, Owner Financing.

Hours Call These Realtor Associates-: :' .* Waterfront Crosby Lake canal.Doublewld! ,CH/A. Rge., Ref, 34000. a THREE t-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing. a
Farm House& Barn on 3 acre.Good area Close to Starke. REDUCED. f.1 ACRES Prentege en New River Well ft Septic.

I Irene L. alkner..O64-S142 .*Cedar 2-Story: 9 BR.3 BA. All Appl.2 FP.7 acre*. Appt. Only AFTER HOURS.F !
Darlene Godwln..468-35O3 3S Ac. / .3/11/2.barn fenced,appro.3OA.cleared Now$88.000 a WeyneDovgle.f44-ean Bill Dodd 4-7408 I INovls

.. Warren "Woody Ryder..S 4-aO4O *US 301 South: Large triple wide,3/2 on 4.$plus acre $67,000 Wars),f4-74M Bill Qnenn 4-M44l

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HE't'H. ':''c".A.'N'1i" q, 'f Equipped kitchen,carpet,anddrapa*. Surgeon. Cal 0644441. Parks. Qualify work, reasonable rates, free
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Immediate openings for shorthaul CUSTODIAN' WANTED::Wrlbeoperatng! YEAR OLD BEAGLES deer trained and EFFICIENCY APARTMENT: In CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es request 964-7527 after 8 p.m.
drivers In Jacksonville, Palatfca and under,end.responsible to Head Custodan. -. ready to got Also have a refrigerator, Lawtey. Close to stores. and post of owner timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., 17
Brunswick Must be Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. EVERGREEN LAWN SERVICE: For all
yrs. old and Responsible for cleaning and<< $12 782-1310. 12 fice. 150/Mo plus electricity. 782- TFN 17
have 1 lawn maintenance needs. Reasonable
ym. veritable tractor/trailer maintaining center In 3949.TFN your -
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flatbed experience.We offer competi with health regulations and peppers many MOUNTAIN RENTAL 3 BR In .STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE rates,quality work.964-4688,
safety others. Bundles, 100'a, or mixed, : bungalow ,'. SALES AND
SERVICE AD makes 468-2225.
live salaries and excellent benefits. andards. Must be able Silva N.C. : 17
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perform Hwy 16 Ralford. 431-1200. $225/WWy. brochure,
Ploof Truck Lines Inc., 1-800-232- JanllorlalI8l'VlcesIn| applied 011I""*.; 12 call 904-752-3053 13 and models cleaned, oiled and ad- CHILD CARE: After school, evenings,
7233. 15 .t all 2 justed $15. New and used sewing nights and weekends. For mature,
maintain dean and Mni-. SEAT, SOFA AND CHAIR: Coun- APARTMENT: Stove; .refrig. machines.
NOW HIRING GOVERNMENT JOBS buy condition at the Center;attend LOVEy ., and all utilities furnished. $30 Road)964-8733 Hwy 233 818 (Morgan reliable, dependable care, call 964-
$500-$1SOO. No experience neces required In-aervloe training provided yebesutl .reNeveermused.. week. Call 964-8498. 13 LIGHT BULLDOZER TFN 17 8522. TFN 17
easy. Recorded menage for details by duties aas Other job Selling due to divorce. Will sacrifice. FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM MOBILE spread? Lots cleared WORK:fence Need drt DWAYNE'S Also Power PAINTING: Inside and out.
904-372-6150.15 related Washing for houses.964-
may be .slgnild. $875. D84-2874. 12 :Across from Wal Mart Clean, pushed. freeestlmatas. Give
HAVE FUN EARNING MONEY AND QUALIFICATIONS: Must have an 1082 SUZUKI GS 550L:4 cyl., runs and no pets. Call 064-8810. 13 call at TFNLAWN us a
PRIZES be an Avon Representative stab,grade .Must be alert. looks good. $895. 1968 small fishing CLEAN BEDROOM APARTMENT: 17. .90B.anylime. AUTO: Full detail service
For Informallon, cal Ramona, 782- and auto cope with emer boat Trt-Hull, 35 hp Evinrude and Stove, refrlg. $70 weekly Including SERVICE: Let us trim your grass, Ret.Bumper Call to 964-4099 Bumper. Special $49.95.
3068. TFN 15 panty situations. utll. security. 064-6232. 13 anytime.
Knowledge of good trolling motor $550. Call 964-4757 trim your hedges, weed-eat where 17
REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only HW and sanitation/ habits. Apply: leave me..age.12 MOBILE HOME: 1989, 3 BR 2 BA CH/A needed,we'll do landscape work.Trim
4 weeks.call 1-755-4040.North ChlldDevelopment Services INTERNATIONAL on 1 acre of land.$350/Mo. 904-387-
F) Red of North CUB CADET with 36" trees or remove. No Job too small.So
Estate College. TFN 15 east Florida(na.Starke/BradrordCo., mower deck turning, plow, set of 5983 please leave message line one give us a call at 064-4908 and give LIFE PRAISE MINISTRIES .
LPN'*RN.:Full and PM time an shlftt. 1080 Pine Street Starke,FL 32091.* disks, bedders., box blade 4' fertil- Is at home and we win call back. Dad,a break.: :TFN 17Looking2 P.aO.Cr:: w.939!
LPN.: $1250/514 hour; FiNs: $167 am til 13 p.m., Mon.-Fd. EOE/AA/M/F/ izer,spreader,all for$850;One Tx/0' 13HAMPTON PASIOaf 32091
$20 hour. Inquire by or In H. 15 Utility trailer $300. Casll Helen F. LAKE:Very dean, furnished, U VAN CAMP '
parson, to Suwannee Valley Medical CASHIER/CLERK: Apply at Edwards Jones 964-4953. 12 2 BR trailer. Adults only. No pets. A FULL GOSPEL FAMLY CHURCH
Personnel, 275 W. Main PADDLEBOAT $295 Mo. plus 468-1829.
Street Lake : 5-seater with cooler.
Butler, FL 32054, or call 496-3034 or CO.has the Great condition.$450. Call 5332136. 13 experience the difference"Schedule ""
496-3833 15 following positions available: :3 safety t2NICE DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME:SE 26th I of Services:
INSURANCE SALES: Expandng fraternal stilch/sideseam; 1 bartack; 1 aerger. GENNIE LOWREY ORGAN: Excellent Ave., off Griffis Loop. 3 BR 2 BA. Check'theClassifieds Sunday Morning Worship -
life Insurance society Royal Neigh- Any experience helpful. WM train condition. 6 auto rhythms, $150 security deposit.$325/Mo.282- 10:30 amSunday
bors of America,provides training and serious Individuals. Apply. 710 8.. $650. 9647512. 12 7117.13
Evening Worship
excellent commissions.Grow with uil! Water StSR100E( ) Starke. TREATED LUMBER PLYWOOD GALV. 2 BR, 2 BATH HOUSE ON 7 ACRES: -
Opening In Starke area Can: Val HOUSEKEEPER ROOFING, hardware, PVC electrical $300/Mo., $150 deposit. Call 964- 7:00-pm
Meigs,,State Superlliler,Jax.,FL(904)( : Mature lady with local eta Free delivery. Call collect for 5261 after 5 p.m.or 1-467-2956,a.m. Wednesday Evening Worship-
384-2750. 15 references. 964-4269. 15 current prices. 468-2624. 7 miles MOBILE 7:30pm.
CERTIFIED SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE CHICKEN FARM:Couple needed to pick South of Starke 4 miles North of HOME: 2 Bedroom with add on
LUMBER GRADERS: Call 786-4155 UP egg. Experience preferred. 468- Waldo on 301. Stephen Smith lum- on Grlffls Loop. Deposit 964-8810.
for appt or apply at Champion Inter- 2839.15 ber and Trustworthy Hardware. Free 13 BUY HERE PAY HERE
national Corporation, 109 Halsema Delivery. 12FURNISHED 3 BR 12X60 MOBILE HOME:Good location
Rd. S,White House FL 32220. EOE/ .: ;.F.: n.S'\ LIiJ' furnished or unfurnished. $200 WE FINANCE

M-FNIH. 15 ;, ... ... .. .' month plus $100 deposit. Call 964-
8704. 13
: Government
1-602-838-8885. Ext R 17283. $1499 PER MONTH. CALL 964- paid. From $37.50 up weekly. comfortable rooms Kitchenette avail
ATTENTION: HIRINGI!Government lobs 6946.12 MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut SL able. Lvvtey. 7823332. 13 .
In your area. 1784069485. Call ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER Starke, In front of Post Office. Deals with E-Z Wheels
1-602-838-8885 Ext. R 3493. PLATES.Measures 24x30 13KINGSLEY PERSONAL SERVICEODD
15 lnches.$.50 each. Great for patching LAKE: 2 BR 2 BA Double-
DISTRIBUTOR WANTED for Phoenix and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. .wide.Central air.dishwasher.Private JOBS: Home and Business repairs/ TOMMY BRAY 1320 Temple
Wonder Cookie. Excellent Starke Call St Starke.' 12 pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752- and construction. Screened porches, N. Avenue
area. Potential weight control product REFRIGERATOR .4 1/2 yrs old, 4339. TFN 13 decks, also garden ponds call ODD Manager Starke. FL 32091JUDY'S
Inquire 375-4885. A. MyersV white, 17.7 cu ft. $125.00 Call 964- 3BR/2 BA MOBILE HOME: $225 Month. JOBS, 964-8565 or 964-962Z TFN . .
ATTENTION EARN MONEY TYPING 2698. CaR 782-3417. TFN 13 17KEVIN'S r..!'f.'Rr f rR/f..I f'I..'Rt-..RR" /ra'I...I...f'I.f f ra-'f f'I.'R'I--.R R!.I.'R...I.'R R..'R.!
AT HOMEI32OOOlyr.Income! poten SLEEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call $215 PER MONTH: 2 BR/1 BA. Single LANDSCAPING: Any type of
tial. Details.((1))602-838-8885.Ext.T- 964-9317. 12 wide trailer Lawtey. located off 225 yard work.Call for free estimate,782- ATTICCONSIGNMENT 1
17283. 15 HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, on NW 68th Ave on the left, has 3694. 17
RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs storage bullrings, PAYMENT.- catfish pond. 3 miles from Junction WE DO HAULING: Any type needed. ,
welders with NO DOWN Hwy 301/225 and2milesfromjunction16225. /
mechanical ability. Ap- Lawn services of all types. Call 782-
ply In person Mon-Fit.8:30-4: p.m.at 301 South, 9644848 TFN Call 7823417. TFN 13OLIN'S 3084 anytime. TFN 17 SHOP
Park<, Hwy 16 East, Green Cove PAYMENT.Handi! House portable Iota for rent, water and sewer fur- Featuring a retirement community and
Springs, FL 15 buildings Hwy 301 South Starke.964- nished, cable tv available.. 762-3333 home.Licensed supervision 24-hour
FOOD SERVICE WORKER WANTED: 8848 TFN 12 TFN 13 a day.Certified nursing asst.first aid ti JUST BEAUTIFUL GOWNS
Must have the ability to read, speak FRESH CUT AUCIA HAY FOR SALE IN HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for CPR trained staff. We are a retireJ-J
and fblloworal/Writtendlrections.Must ROLL Arthur Gasklns. 7823140. tfnMARYS TFN rent Close 13 to prison. Call 468-1323. menteommunlty-notanurslnghome. a 101 Commercial Circle 2
have kitchen experience! ;usually given 12 Not affiliated with any religious or- Lowest Prices
continuing on-the-Job Instruction.Must VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker, STATE EMPLOYEES,needahome close ganlzatJons.CallSuetoday.4682619.tfn Across from Keystone Post Office 5
used furniture to your work? We have dean mobile In Town 473-0274
know how to clean various surfacesand appliances, TVs 17 t
kinds of equipment; should have microwaves. VCR'., .You name It, I I homes available.call 468-1323. TFN DAY CARE AVAILABLE for senior citizens .---------,..--,..--..-..-...,..--...,..--,.._......__......__.......
some knowledge and ability In han- carry HI.! Ahvas looking for such Item. 13MOBILE Monday Friday. Call Su-EI.
dling equipment and simple food Stop In If you wish to seR something. HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 468-2619. tfn 17 ELECTRICIAN
preparation tasks.Will be responsible 304 E. Call SL, 9643250. Eveningscall WATER, SEWER.CABLE! TV, 2 BR ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes PLUMBER
for the preparation of Head Startmeals.ubsequent 964-5813. Don't cal after Bom. 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 patches.eto. Drop off and pick North Florida Reception
clean up. Apply: LIVING'ROOM SUITE: Less than 1 yr. MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964- North'Florida Reception Center in Lake Butler has
Child DevelopmentS rvIceI of Northeast old. Sofa Ig. chair, oak wood coffee 7498 TFN 13 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from Center in Lake Butler has an an OPS! vacancy for anElectrician
Florida,Inc.,Starke//Bradford Co., and end table to match $350. Brass Southslde Bom. Hwy 100 -TFN OPS for a Plumber with 3 years
1080 Pine Street.Starke FL 3209 Bam and glass wall mirror with table beneath 17REE vacancy Electrical experience.Salary .
HI 3 p.m., Mon.-Fri. EOE/AA/M/F/ $125.782-1261. 12 3 years experience in
M S1 the field of Plumbing. : $10.00 per hour.
PILE-QUALIFYING! SaJjary: $10.00 hour.
+ aW""" !- Apply in person or call (904)
r For FHA VA ConventionalMortgages.
or *li kHLUlvV. bnuomxa fal
A- neat / person or call (904) 496-2222, ext. 176 or send
pump 49f-2222, ext. 176 orPersonnel send resume to: Personnel Dept.,

l lw Gainesville Co. Inc. resume to: Dept'eNorth Florida Reception
Mortgage North Florida Reception Center, P. O. Box 628, Lake

anyone will feel % Purchase Refinance or Construction; Center, P. O. Box 628 Lake Butler FL 32054. Equal
Fixed Rate or Adjustable Butler, FL 32054. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Opportunity Employer Closing date for application:
Ph. 964-3739
comfortablewith c p HAROLD K. DAVIS T".XN T P. O. Box 568- Starke FL Closing date for application: April 18, 1990. Preferences
Licensed Mortgage LZZJ Located Longchamp Bldg., April 18, 1990. Preference in in appointment! will be given

Broker _H,,*,!- US 301 South appointment wilj' be given to to eligible veterans and
eligible veterans and spouses spouses of veteran
of veterans. '
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Bur It'"bound the Tms to provide II laOA.lonf liNt..ksttnf smB, Available for Immediate Occupancy Demonstrators Start at $11.41/Hr

BasUlle the XI'; 1 and 2 bedroom apartmentsRent For exam and application info.
12olaUwrtron'heat pump.to.backed by u cxdushe nsaubdURf ill ye.rAnd Positions. available for energetic, H219)-836-8157
( : :562
I ext
Itrrited wininty on both the amtpnsBor weed,plus 2 yon on puts. from $220. plus utilities outgoing personalities to demonstrate ,
the units army&!!efficiency helps reduce your eoanussfe tUnr lontCsl 8 to 8 (CST) 7 days.
led.;( details on the tt 1200 best punpTFtasndnj b anUaokmotor Handicapped units available grocery store products. Must be

Rental information and applications available at the available Fridays & Saturdays. Table

rental office 607 Bradford Court in Starke
COWARTAir & Electric Skillet requirement For
Your Future
Mon.-Fri. PM call 964-6216
9.105:30: or (904))
more information call 17307306. Looks Bright...

Conditioning Contractors EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY ., Sun Coast If you are willing to
CACO37SM work hard to learn our
.erring Bradford County and I 1964-80251 I Staffing __ business,opportunity is
surrounding counties for over 18 Tear*. younl w.are currently
(pavlet!LaXtfs oi|IM ril& ftp dltf;Sh cp --- seeking management

trainees with 1-2 yean
IMUMfiliN* AFFORDABLE' proven restaurant
experience to join our
team in Stark.

CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 T.H.E.APARTMENTS. In return we canoO'er

you healtltlifedeatdinsurance !
k -
j :' sa faY af la 2 week paid
I 922 E. Brownlee St. vacations,promotions
J from within free meals
I JK Camp Standing Rd. and outstanding
J I e, FL 3 091 compensation(up to
; I TREE AND STUMPREMOVAL 964-7133 $21,000); .

a I 2 & 3 BR. family oriented with If succeed you have,come deiire by and to
laundry & large playground.
. .. .. . . . '.' . '. see us:

J i'Ce.ned ,& Ins.l1ct. ,': Rent'FREE 3O Electricity of.your tint monthly month..Income Wedneaday.Open. House April Mth

..I you earn $3.35 per:hr., 40 hra a On-Sit In merviewe
964-9300 week A have 3 dependent, your Starke W.ndy'.
rent would be about 41 13 a month 831 Walnut Street
or t3.73 per day for days left In the
.. ,
month for move-in after the Oral
Work For The Census Qualified Single Accepted.
Move-In coat can be a* low a* I I11@.lDutr.
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Sue.8 Hotalng
And Help Every jar4Time nTVburlheom lWnl .*

Equal Housing; U You QiwlijjDURRANCE M I**OMOituxN ImHoytr. WPM
American CountThe .
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The us.Census Bureau I.s hiring census takers fOr the 1990Cersis. PUMP & SUPPLY

.Your effort in this could help contribute 10'
national and local imprav vim while gaining new sIdlIa fur your- 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke
Eves & Weekends: 964-7578
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YoJ'll' work In an area dace to home checking mailing addrea.es, Well
on-dle-spec Iotaviews'.. lyiyefs1Vaiei Drilling-
delivering qtheationnains,and conducting: .
The job wlU last from two 10 ei2ht weeks,the hours are flexible. Residential & Irrigation ,
and the pay I.s$6.00 per hour pfUi$.24/mile car aUowance. '

If are at least 18 years old or a high school emler,contact the I
you )3J8-61S0 01'In 1
u.s.Census office In and AJachua
Bradford and Union (904[575.7887.And if you are fluent In a Pump
language other than Englis there may be some special opporttsnittes -

.open 10 you. An equal opportunity employer: Sales &

a. It CENSUS Pays To Get The Facts ask for Steve :Service All Uc 1303 Makes On 9644061 w i

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Pagoleft( |KI.Kf.ltAI'll.'IIMI.SS.MOMTOH: : : : : .-SECTION April 12, 1900

Foodfrom Auto Part Business to Relocate to Site Near Hamptonby I

page 711CUCUMBER ..
Sue Ellen Smith far," Pam Rohde said in an inter she said,that just aren't available in walk-in business, Mrs. Kohde said
; : : Jean Erickson, FRUIT CAKE Vivian Chappell, -CT; Staff Writer view Monday her and many places anymore. the majority of its business Is maidorder.
blue; Sharon Townsend, hamburger coconut fruit cake, blue ribbon. Siting a need to "get out of the city her husband othlife-long residents "Basically we're saving the old U.S. Body Source has a direct
chips, blue DECORATED CAKES Connie ," Pam and Kenneth Rohde of of Florida, the new location near dinosaurs; she said. "We can'put mailing list of about 40,000 and produces
DIM. Vivian Chappell, red rib Erdman, chocolate iced egg cake, Rockledge, Fla., have announced Hampton was the right choice,she the whole car back on the road.' a 100-page mail-order catalog.
bon. blue ribbon. YOUTH DIVISION: they are moving their auto part said.U.S. .The costs of the replacementparts The company receives orders from
VEGETABLES: Vivian Chappell, Noel Norton Easter Basket Rain- business to a location near Hamp- Body Source, Mrs. Rohde Mrs. Rohde said are not expensive as far away as Europe and Canada,
okra, blue ribbon; Sharon Town- bow Cake, blue ribbon and Best said, manufactures fiberglasshoods when compared to what an Mrs. Rohde said.

send, corn, blue.P.n Overall Rosette. ton.U.S.. Body Source, the business front ends for trucks, auto older car can be worth once it's Advertisements for the companycan
1 Edna Norton, picketed CUPCAKES: Chamene Smith, 6 which the Rohdes have owned and body panels, reproduction quarter restored. be found in "muscle" car and
datil peppers, blue; Sharon Town- decorated Easter baskets, blue rib- operated for three years,' will be panels and floor panels. The com The company will employ about 15 truck magazines like Off Road, she
send, hot peppers, blue.MISCEI.LANEOUat. bon.COOKIES relocated within the next 30 days to pany also makes race car bumpers people at the new site, Mrs. Rohde
Janet : Connie Erdman,rocky the former site of U.S.Solar a solar and bodies and has sold tilt front said. Three of those employees are said.Mrs.. Rohde said she and her husband
Flythe, watermelon pickles, blue road, blue ribbon Michele 'Fox, energy system manufacturing company ends for "monster" trucks, Mrs. relocating into the Hampton area are pleased with their decisionto
ribbon; Sharon Townsend, sweet peanut butter cookies, blue; Karen that operated on an eightacrelot Rohde said. with the company. Other positions relocate Into Hampton and feel

spears blue ribbon.CUCUMBERt Patterson, oatmeal cookies, blue; on CR-325 from 1978 until.last Mrs. Rohde said U.S. Body Source such as body man, fiberglass they will be well received, by the
Edna Norton, Chamene Smith, chocolate chip year. also produces a lot of fiberglass laminator 'and carpenter remain community."Everyone.
cucumber relish blue. cookies blue ribbon. YOUTH DIVISION "We wanted a place that looked replacement body parts for cars open, she said.Although we talked to seemed
VEGETABLES: Jean Erickson, : Pamela Patterson, chocolate tike North CVtrolinn rid w.inn't as made in the 1960s and 1970s parts the company does have 'real excited" Mrs. Rohde said.
relish, blue. chocolate chip cookies, blue ribbon.

MISCELLANEOUS: Janet BROWNIES: YOUTH DIVISION: Chance Irvine Announces House of Representatives Re-election BidRep. I
Flythe Vidalia onion relish, blue. Heather Norton, walnut brownies.
PKKSKHVES--FEACII: Edna PIES: Suzy McQuaig, deep dish Chance Irvine of Orange College, a Keystone Heights Senior has served as a committeewoman on with the growth management
Norton blue ribbon; Sharon Town- apple pie, blue ribbon. Park, whose District 21 includes a Citizens Center, and a St. Johns State Executive legislation in order to insure that
send, blue ribbon.STItAWBERRY. MOST UNUSUAL USE OF portion of eastern Bradford County County Agriculture Center. She Commit since 1980. Bradford, Clay and St. Johns/ coun-
: Edna Norton, STRAWBERRY IN BAKED PRO- has announced her bid for re- serves on the Health Care and She stresses the need for retaining ties get fair treatment in regard to I
blue; Sharon Townsend, blue. DUCT, WITH RECIPE: Julia Pen- election to the Florida House of Natural Resources committees and legislators in office who are familiar state planning and fund allocation.
MISCELLANEOUS: Edna Nor darvis,strawberry cake,blue ribbon Representatives, where she has
ton, watermelon preserves, red rib- and Best Overall Rosette; Chamene served since 1984.
Smith, strawberry carrot cake blue Stressing the need for continuity in .

bon.JELLIESAPPLE: Sharon Town- ribbon; Janet Flythe, strawberryfruit dealing with this area's growth F Union ]
Area Ads
send, blue ribbon. & bran shortcake, blue ribbon; management concerns, Rep. Irvine County I

PEACH: Janet Flythe,red ribbon. Edna Norton, strawberry poppy pointed to several pieces of legislation -
GRAPE: Sharon Townsend blue seed brunch cake, red ribbon. that she has either sponsored
ribbon. YOUTH DIVISION: Heather Nor co-sponsored, or worked for. Her

STRAWBERRY Carol Wise,blue ton, Strawberry brownie torte blue most recent bill addresses crime FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED
ribbon.SAUCESMISCELLANEOUS. ribbon; Melanie Hinds, strawberry issues with her measure allowing for
: nut bread, blue ribbon.MISCELLANEOUS. a DNA computerized file to solve
Edna Norton spaghetti sauce, blue : Janet murder and cases. 1 DRAWTITI HITCH for lull sire truck. WILL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- ATTENTION-HIRING I Government job
ribbon: Janet Flythe, barbecue Flythe, punch bowl cake, blue rib- In the field rape of education and social $80. call Jason at 9648791. tfn. man Well and Septic Tank Inc. 244 your 16028388885.area. $17,810 Ext. R9127.-$69,485. Call
sauce, blue.BAKED bon. YOUTH DIVISION: Melanie issues Rep. Irvine helped to bring into ASSUME PAYMENTS on 1987 Liberty 14 X Inch water wells Pumpstales, ser 15.CERTIFIED. 2tpd. 3/29..
Hinds honey bunnies blue ribbon. 56 mobile horn. 2 bed. 1 bath. Call vice Installation septic tank, lift
district cam
the Orange SOUTHERN
CANDY-FUDGE: Vivian Chap- 431-1 145 or 431.1632.2tpd. "/5. 4/12. ,stations- N.w Installation, dralnfleld
: Vivian Chappell 3 River Community.
for St. Johns LUMBER GRADERS call
786-4155. for
pus 3 WHEEL BICYCLE condition. $100. Contact Skeeter
pell fudge, blue ribbon. good repair Bryan ( )
biscuits blue ribbon.SPECIALTY pecan
appointment or apply at Champion Internal
Phone 496.2166.2tpd. "/5. 4/12. Jones-275-2004- Jones- 2752716.
TREE NEED A BOAT' MOTOR Why limit After 6 p.m.. State licensedAll workguaranteed
Aretha Austin homemade turtles
Norton, bran nut raisin bread, blue free Whltehoute, Fl. 32220. E.O.W.
yourself to where Buy a estimates. 1/25 Stpd.
you go. go-
ribbon; Connie Erdman, banana nut blue ribbon; Sharon Townsend, SERVICE M/F/WH. 2tchrg. "/5. 4/12.
devil with air cool motor In shallow
turtles blue.OTHER light An.NTION.IA.N
bread red ribbon. MONEY WATCHINGTV
water deep water, or fait water, gorover
poles,wells or package deals.Culverts
YEAST ROLLS: Chamene Smith, as Removal T'lluning I S32,000/year Income potential.
; logs stumps, or rocks, olio any 8 dozier work. Call
2752268. 7 a.m..7p.m.
CANDIES: Connie Erd- Details. ((1)) 602-838-8885 Ext. TV9127.
hot cross buns, blue ribbon. kind of available
Trimming De-mossing vegetation .
POUND CAKE: Vivian Chappell: man, filled candy, blue; Sharon ', 3-5-8-11-13 or 18 horsepower.. Coll 275-2197 after 7 p.m. I4fpd. 3/1. Stpd. 4/5, "4/12 "/19.I' .
blue ribbon; Sharon Townsend, blue Townsend, peanut butter cups, blue; r 2'; k Firewood Oliver Godwin at 9t' -"54-2870, or NfcttLES TREE SERVICE:All types tree ON T.V. many needed for commercials.
Louise Johnson coconut mounds, work. 4961326. tin 17 Now hiring all ages. For casting
ribbon. Specializing in Removal of writ. P.O. Box 1136 Whit. Springs, Fl.
blue Terri Johnson chocolate Info. Call ((615)) 779-7111 Ext. T-1232.
SPECIALTY CAKE: Vivian Chap ; Lynn Dangerous Trees 32643. Itchrg.12 FOR SALE
2tpd. "/5. 4/12.
pell, chocolate drip-frosted fruitcake covered cherries, blue; Ceila FREE: Estimates 2 SOFAS 1.30 Electric Panasonic NOW HIRING GOVERNMENT

blue ribbon. Johnson, eggs, blue ribbon. Licensed & Insured Typewriter with table Word 4963636.Processor. and abumper ILL'S APPLIANCE USED SALES AND $500-$1500. No experience necessary.JOBS
Call Thomas D. Nettles pool REPAIR SERVICE. Buy some, sell some, Recorded message for detail
496-1326 a Lake Butler 4/12 trade some, fix some 496.2090.4tpd. 904-372-6150. Itchrg. "15.
ff .klrf/ls I 4/12-4/26 then TFN. LOAN SECRETARY Apply within Farmers
ned and Dealer Bank. 2tchrg. 4/12, 4/19.
JOBS IN ALASKA Hiring. $600 wkly.

( Keystone Area Ads 1 fishing 4/12-5/3.Summer/Year 1-206-736-7000 construction. Ext.Around.3205-BK.Call Canneries 4tchrg Now!,

--.- LL LBAC EXPANDING Immediate openings
HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE I apply In persons. Good hours, good
MISCELLANEOUS benefits, good pay. Lake Butler Apparel
CAREER'IN REAL ESTATE-We train Call GREAT LOCATION-Country decor 650 S.E. 2nd St., Lake Butler, Fl.
DlE.'S JUSTTO Dean Weaver, Watson Realty Corp. 2BR/2BA CB Home w/flreplace, completely 2tchrg. 4/12, 4/26.
REALTORS 473-4816 or 475-2272. r.mod.lled In 1988 assumableVA NOTICE FULL TIME HOUSEKEEPER: 8-3 p.m.,
mochg-11-30-5-30 loan. Call today Sue Still "473-0723 references required and have own
HAIRDRESSER-Full-tlme, wanted for Redfearn-Richardson Realty, Inc., Ib the party known as transportation.Salary negotiable.496-
Joyc.'* II In Keystone Village Square, 4731136. Toll free 18009400036. CAROLANNCATIZONE. 2134. 15 ,
473-4940. 2tchg4-3/4-12 4tchg4/S-4/26 Due to your total disregard and
CARPENTER NEEDED-Appty at old US FOUR BEDROOM-Two Bath, Living room, concern of your parent for over YARD SALE
Solar plant 1 V ml So. of Hampton on Dining room den, eat-In kitchen 2 especially your mother
325 Saturday and Sunday. April 14 and, CH/A. Stucco. Normandy Section of years FRIDAY..HTIL... off St. Rd. 16 on Courv
who ill and
15 10 a.m. to 4 s p.rm 1tchg4-l2 ; t laIC. Call-9.I-73-234I'r IfJod..2. "' IB physically t i r'\I ty Rd.i.. jf33.(Morgan.Rd.1) 3rd house gnr.
LAMINATORS-and Trim.' HGHWAlr109aetlle( ( i0.t ofrKesiaorhj,; ;:; lo ,at .' 'f.J QW Oui'! t: II ; !: '"
FIBERGLASS I 1 +. tftUl2n, 'MyBrT '
r, 'T' 3 'ffi\ ha hnn ff- .>
mart. Will train. Apply' at,old; ,US Solon:.:..::.I1.IQ/I./ ..... 9/)6A..,.$3QQp0.a766I1b \ par en& '-' .. :> sCARS :
plant 1% ml. to. of Hampton on 325. "tchg"l1 HENCEFORTl AND TRUCKS
Saturday and Sunday. April 14 and 15, 2 BEDROOM: 1,000+ SF. Almost new deny and rebuke any knowledgeof
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1tchg4-12 house on 1 wooded acre.5 miles from your existence or any claims
EXPERIENCED AUTO BODY-Person. Apply 77 FORD F-IOORed. New Paint (ob. No
in Tree Lakes. New
town Big stove, you may have.our daughter.
at old US Solar plant IK mi. So. of refrlg, kitchen cabinet. 300 ft well. CHANGE YOUR NAME! dings Very good shape. Rebuilt motor.
on 325. Saturday and Sunday, $1800 obo. Call Jason at 964-B791.TFN.
Hampton $28,000 "473-4911 ext. 228, days;
HOW 0 God knows we've tried!
April 14 and 15, 10 am. to 4 p.m. 473-9527 leave message 16 87 FORD TEMPO 5sp.silver, 2 door,good
Itch 94-12 Is/Mr. & Mrs.Thomas Catizone condition. stereo/cassette, take over
LAND FOR SALE. payments. 964-8791 or 964-6713
NOTICE ask for.lull. TFN.
1981 CHEW CITATION Good second
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted nicely wooded owner term. 10 percent neds water pump. $800 O.B.O.
to the lake R.glon Monitor office 496-1174. Itcrg. 4/12
IN THE down, 10900. 13.3 Acre at
In writing and paid In advance $2,500 acre. Motivated seller 10percent LUXURY CONDO-End Unit. 3BR/2BA.. 1978 INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BUS 3 sp.
o 0o per Utll. Room, CH/A, screened porch 76 Excellent condition
unless credit It already established down. Century 21 Lakeside passenger
0I overlooking Geneva Springs.$600/mo. $2493, best offer 4961273.
with this olf Ice.MONITOR Realty 473-1269 or 1-8OO-432-4595. or Itchrg.

RESPONSIBLE STAFF FOR CANNOT MISTAKES BE HELD IN ext. 1510. 2tchg3-29/4-5 XALFMOON 475.5422.lchg4.51.26 LAKEFRONT-1BR. Fencer 1979'15.CHEVY PICKUP 350 engine, 4 wheel,

o Oo o CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER yard. W/D hookup. Private Energy Efficient. drive 5 sp. $1600 or best oft....
I \ASS\HEDS\ I Io THE TELEPHONE. FOR RENTIN $325/mo. lease/references required. 4961273. 1tchrg.12. .
\ .. Close Melrose
& Classified d.adlln.I.11:00: a.m. Tuesday to Keystone FIBERGLASS TOP WITH METAL DOORS
prior to Thursday's publication. TOWN-One BR/one B, CH/A' Heights, Gainesville, Palatka. J. Eaton for 1976 to 86 Jeep CJ7 call after 6:00: .
$240/mo. $75. deposit. Call 473-4961. 475-2(57 '"-12/19' :4962020. Itchrg. 4/12.
OI Minimum charge I ".SO for 15 word., p.m.
th.n 15 cent for each additional word.If 4tchg3-8-15-22-29 MILROSE-2BR/1BA well built CB home 4-WHEELER HONDA TRX ,IIS like new
m bill are mailed out there will be a GENEVA SFRINGS-Condo-2BR/2BA LR, with lake access, CH/A, nice carpet, $e00,.4311723. Itpd.12..
$3.00 billing charg. DR. Utll.Room camp kitchen, A/C. screened patio, dishwasher laundry

I Mailing oddreis: P.O. Box 1171, garage, $"95. 475-2052. room Owner/Agent, carport.ltchg-4-12 Call 475-1678. REAL ESTATE
Keystone Hts., FL 32656 4tchg4-12-19-26/5-3
MOBILE HOME-for rent with porch. LAKEFRONT AAA-2BR mobllehome In

AUTOMOBILESTRUCKSIIACCEPTING Melrose area $173. plus. deposit.. Melrose, fish or swim and enjoy country
Increase your r.p.m. 1.684.6634 3tchg3294123BR2BAWlth living. $235/ma. 475-3371.
1tchg412FURNISHEDCottage FOR RENT OR SALE large 2 BR Mobile
Ch/A. den on 1 Viacres. -
( bids on 2 Ford lake close Home, CHA on 1 acre, new 4 In. well
$473.00. Near Keystone pets, on
( ) F-350. On. 4-door Dully 1988 delsel 264.0195 after 6 2tpd4-5-12 1BR all electric. $200/mo. 473-4526. located off Hwy. 121 between Lak.lutl.r .
responses per message p.m. .
motor 45,000 mil., and on. F-350 FURNISHED-AIr Conditioned studio opt Itchg4-12 and Ralford Sinclair Bryan Rd.
w/12 ft. box van. Trucks being sold by only will finance to qualified buyers.
lake Geneva. Dock and laundryprlvll.g.
with ad Federal Bankruptcy Court. For Information on Call 431-1714, after 3 or leave
a well-placed today call Campbell' Auction Service. 473-2919. 4tchg4.54.26SINGLE *. $273/mo. $273/dep. PERSONAL message. Itchrg.

"73-7028.3tchgA.5-19. 14 PLUS ACRES southwest Union County -
1943 JEEP KIZER-1 ton 4X4 pickup. :WHITE CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN HOUSECLEANING-Weekly; monthly/ or' with mobile home. $54,000.'Without
Let Us Put Your Message In Original 327V8. White poke rim. 56 years old. -needs room- luat. once. "73. 055, 9.900.332.6411.. 2tchrg. 4/12, 4/19.
Brldgeitone Desert Dueler tlr... Runs mata to share expenses In nice 4tchg/3-15-22-29-4-05
great. $1500. firm. 473-7374. 1tpd4/12 peaceful home near Lake Brooklynand BlNG01-Sunday afternoon. 12 noon to S
192 DODGE 400-Vlnyl top,new cassette new Miller's Mall. Call Don, 8 am p.m. Saturday night at 7 p.m. MOBILE HOMES
6,000 Homes in Bradford County radio, new tires, 46,000 mile. MINT to 9:30: p.m.Cost runs$200/Month for American Legion Highway 21, N..tchg..526 FOR SALE
condition. $2500. 473-4538. 1tchg4-12 heat,air,phone and nt.473-0301 .
13 ROOFING AND REPAIR.Quality work at
reasonable rat... Call FOR SAU OR RENT large 2 BR mobile
Homes in George.at
Keystone Heights, FOR SALE SERVICES 473-2977 or 473-3480' (home). home, CHA, on 1 acre. New 4 In. well
,- 4tchgV4-12-19-26'' located off Hwy. 121 between lake

1,800 Homes in Union SATELLITE SYSTEM.R.po.s.ised due to FLOOR SAdGIN.DOOR TRACTOR WORK-Bushhogglng, back Butler and' Ralford. Sinclair Bryan
CountyFor divorce-still under warranty. Nothing DRAQOIN.HOUSE OUT OF blade and disking $25.00 per' hour. Road only will finance to qualified

down. $39/mo I-272-J031.. LEVEL??laRue Leveling Service for free ..tlmo.... ..73...*..', buyert. Call 431-1714. after 5 or 'leave '
4tchg4-5-12-l9-2& all your foundation repairs. 473-7721. 4tchg3-B-13-22-26: message: Itchrg. "/5. ;1 i
SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new, 6 mo. old' TFN 17BRADFORD ADULT CARS-Slate licensed, laundry, SUPER SAVER 14X60 3 BR, 2 BA, J
w/Krambler. Nothing down. $49/mo. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: housekeeping excellent meals. Two dellvcered and set up only $160 per

only $3.50 for 1st 15 words and : 1-272-1018. 4tchg4S121926CONDOGeneva Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable openings available April 1, McRoe month. Call Mitch or Jim at UncleRay's. I
Sprlngi-2BR/2BA, Last prices, alto drain fine repairs..Starfca. Retirement Home, 473-2881 904-364-5197. .
one built by builder Bud Emery, LR, 864-8121. TFN 17 4tchg3-8-IS-22-26 1990 DOUBLEWIDI delivered and set up
Kitchen and UtI!. Room, Garage only$178 month. Call Jim,Mitch
DR. or
150 for each additional word. ONE CALL-We'll do It all. Housecleaning:/ JACKIE'S OJANINO-Servlce. Home or per
.. 473-2032. 7 a.m.Vl:30p.m.4tchg4312l926 painting yardwork, small repair. Call Office. Reasonable rat... Light or Joe at Uncle Roy's 904-364-5197.
Robert or Shirley. Exper. Ref. heavy cleaning. Phone 473-7912. 1990 14 WIDE only $500 down, $120 per
We that will LUXURY CONDO-End Unit 3BR/2BA, '4tchg4-3-12-19-26 month at Uncle Roy'.. Call Joe or Jim at
guarantee phone
your utll. room, garage, screen porch wanted. $/5per 9O4-364-3197.
overlooking Geneva Spring.. 64000. APRIL SPECIAL only at Uncle Roy, 1990
week.473-4848 or 473-1397 after Sp.m.
Call 475.54n.tchg4-S/26' 14X60 $600 down only$158 per month.
ring. 12x60 MOBILEHOMI-3BR Fair condition Classified Ads Call Jim or Mitch at 904-364-5197.
must be moved $2,000.' 4732180. SUPER DELUXE SINOLEWIDR 1990 14X60
I I '1tpd4-12 SERVICES Get Results! front kitchens, deluxe cabinet up.
I 7 FOOT-Callfornla redwood panelledspa. grade carpet. Boy window, only $150
2 yrs. old. Cost $2600 will sell for HOUSECLEANING-Weekly.. monthly or per month. Call Joe or Mitch at
964-6305 473-2210 496-2261 $800. Buyer must move. ';473-3752. |lust once. 479-4035, 904.354.5197.3tchrg, 19.26..

Sylvia Betty Gail TOPPER-for 1tchg4-12 full-die Pickup. $45. China ROOFING 4tchg/4-12-19-26-3-3 AND REPAIR-Quallty work at NOTICE ""

renter cabinet. $60. 471-2232. 1tpd4-12 reasonable rates., Call George at
475-2977 or 473-3480 (home). tr<: SPIT GROUP: 10 places solid blue never .tchg./12.5/3 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '
used WU sacrifice $857. 8642874.FOUND' Small
DRYWALL AND PAINTINO- lob to the Union County Time office
Serving for 110 specialists. Available night and In writing and paid m advance
you years : weekend., EVANS DRYWALL. During! the Middle Agos..the year unless credit I I. already establishedwith
473-7374. 4tpd. 4326IXPERTHOUSECLEANING began at various dates In different this office
d BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH WOMAN'S BIKI-Feand In park area Call at your convenience. times and places. In England It was THR TIMES STAFF CANNOT. HELD
473-4818 or 4732210. .Call 4732741. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES
I 1tpd4-12 not until 1751 that January was re- IN
M AND M-MOWING. Any average stored to Its place as first month, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD II TAKEN OVER
lawn-$10.- as it had been during the Roman
..tc\v4.1! 2-1 9-26-5-3 : Classified deadline It MONDAY, 3P.M.
CARPOOL-Betw.en Keystone and NAS era. prior to Thursday publication.
LAKE .REGION'MONITO Ja... 7:30 to 4 Leave Keystone at 6 Minimum charge It 13 ward for$3.50,
e.m. Call 4734470. 1tchg4-l2 then 15 cent for each: word thereaft.r.it .

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ObituariesLois In Loving MemoryOf

Our Dad,

Mr. Oscar L. Davis

Who departed this life 31
O. ColwellMrs. and Christine Driggers of Savannah, Raymond J. Walker, US Air Force, Survivors Include three yUle 25 years ago where he has since
Lois Ownbey Colwell 78, of Lorlne Hurley of Tampa, Cindy Japan one sister Rachel Walker of daughters, Ida B. Young and resided. He was a housemover years ago, April 17, 1959, God
Melrose, died Tuesday, April 10, In Bishop of Lake Butler and Crystal Atlantic Beach; his maternal grandmother Margaret Scott of Perry and before retiring because of ill health Rest Our Dad.
North Florida Regional Mediccal Melton of Lake City; his maternal Mrs. Lois Coleman of Patricia Patterson of Richmond, and was of the Baptist faith. God rest our Dad who was so good
Center Gainesville, following a grandmother Viola )Dupree of Lake Starke. VA; one son, William Henry Bethea, Survivors include his wife Lorily devoted and sincere
brief 11 ness. Born In Knoxville, TN, Butler and paternal grandmother, Funeral services for Mr. Walker Jr. of Virginia Beach, VA; 13 grandchildren Hardenbrook of Jacksonville; one Who loved his neighbor as himself.
Mrs. Colwell moved to Melrose In Martha Bland of Savannah. were held at 11 a.m. In United Pen- and 26 great gradnchfidren. son, Charles James Hardenbrook, Each moment he was here he wor-
1974 from St. Petersburg, FL. She Funeral services will be held tacostal Church, Gainesville, on Funeral services were held Mon- Jr. of Starke; two stepdaughters, shipped you, God and served our
was a member of the Methodist Thursday morning at 11 a.m. in the Tuesday, April 10, with Rev. J.W. day, April 9, at 2 p.m. in the First Karen Teachey and Laurie Cop- flag with courage tried and true.
faith; was a retired nurse and was a Chapel of Archer Funeral Home of Arnold officiating. Burial was in Baptist Church of Lake Butler with pedge, both of Jacksonville; one Always prepared for any task he
member of the Order of Eastern Lake Butler with Rev. Tank Ogman Klngslry Lake Cemetery under the Rev. Melvin Owen officiating. stepson, Emory Coppedge of might be asked to do. He was so loving
Star, St. Petersburg. officiating. Burial will follow in Old direction Jones Funeral Home of Burial was In Dekle Cemetery in Jacksonville; three brothers, Billy and so kind to all his family a
Survivors Include one daughter, Providence Cemetery in Union Starke. Lake Butler under the direction of Hardenbrook and Tommy Harden man of worthy principles and love
County, under the direction of Archer William !M. art Archer Funeral Home of Lake brook both
Jo Kellam of Norfolk, Va.; one son, of Starke and Edward Integrity. Humble of heart he never
Jack Blakeslee, Atlanta, GA; three Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Mr. William Marvin BIrt, 77, of Butler. Hardenbrook of Jacksonville;; two sought or hoped for any praise.A .
brothers, Hector Ownbey and W.I. Starke, died Thursday, April 8 in Owen R. Alvarez, Sr. sisters, Helen Hardenbrook and Dad we treasured dearly in so
Ownbey of Keystone Heights and Col. Wayne B. SargentRet. VA Medical Center, Gainesville, Wilma O'Brian both of Starke; his happy ways Dear God, we
Mr Owen Rufus Alvarez Sr. 87 than
Ralph Ownbey of Plant City; two Col. Wayne Bryan Sargent of following a. long illness. Born in mother Annie Hardenbrook of you for our Daddy in every
Starke at
died 7
Saturday, April ,
sisters, Ruth Keller of Nashville,TN Orlando died Monday, April 2, at Bradford County, Mr. Blrt was a his Starke, and five stepgrandchildren. thought and prayer.
home Illness.
and Mary Hughes of St. Petersburg; Orlando Regional Medical Center lifetime resident of Bradford Coun following a long Funeral services for Mr. Harden- Please rest his soul eternally in
Born in
Bradford Mr.
7 grandchildren; 8 great grand following a short Illness. He was 62. ; a member of Madison Street County, brook will be held Thursday, April your beloved care.
children. Born In Keystone Heights, Col.! Baptist Church; was a retired Alvarez was a lifetime resident of 12, at the Chapel of Archie Tanner Still loved and missed after 31
He member of Pine
Funeral services for Mrs. Colwell Sargent lived there for many years trucker with S.E.!: Wheel Rim Co. Level area. was a Funeral Home with Rev. Gene Bass years.Your
will be held at 11 a.m. In DeWitt C. and earned a bachelor's degree In of Jacksonville and was a veteran of Baptist Church and was a officiating. Burial will be in Crosby Family: Wife 10 Children
retired farm of the Divi-
Jones Chapel on Saturday, April 14, education from the University of the U.S. Army, W.W.II. sion of Corrections.supervisor Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner 2i( grandchildren, 32 great
with Rev. Leamon Ward officiating. Florida In 1948. He moved to Orlandoin Survivors Include his wife, Survivors include his wife, Funeral Home of Starke in charge of grandchildren,7 great-great
Viewing at Jones Funeral Home, 1978 from Starkville, Miss. He i Frances H. Birt of Starke; one Kathleen Alvarez of Starke two arrangements. /m\ grandchildren
Keystone Heights, Friday evening, entered the US Army upon daughter, Marlene Harrell of daughters, Mary Lou DuBose; and
from 6 to 8 p.m.Jones Funeral Homeof graduating from UF and served for Jacksonville; one son, Edward Patricia Baldwin five sons, Lavon
Keystone Heights is In charge of 30 years before retiring,' Including James Holbrooks, Jr. of Jackson- Alvarez, Orlando,; John L. Alvarez, .
arrangements. service in the Korean and Vietnam ville; one sister Florle Bell Brown of Middleburg,Daniel Alvarez,Marietta -
wars. He was a graduate of Brad Hampton and two grandchildren. GA, Owen R. Alvarez, Jr. and
Albert C. ThomasMr. ford High School; was a member of Funeral services for Mr.Blrt were Rev. Roman Alvarez, both of
Albert the Retired Army Officers' Associa- held at 11 a.m. at Graveside, Santa Starke "Bill"
Colonel Thomas, 71, of ; one brother William
Hampton, died Monday, April 9, at tion and was of the Baptist faith. Fe Cemetery, Hampton, Saturday, Alvarez of Ocala; three sisters,
Survivors include his wife, Gail April 7, with Rev. Henry McKinney
his home In Hampton following a Thelma Reddish, Mary Markus, CREAM HOME
sudden Illness. Born In Graham, Mr. Sargent of Orlando; one son WayneB. officiating. Jones Funeral Home of both of Starke and Edna Wasdin of
011 Orlando
Starke in of ar
Thomas was a lifelong resident of Sargent II ; one was Waldo; 21 grandchildren and 14
daughter, Deborah G. Hankinson of rangements.!
the Bradford County area. He at- great grandchildren.
tended Victory Baptist Church, Syracuse, NY; and two sisters, Ruby D. BetheaMrs. Funeral services for Mr. Alvarez
Rachael Holt of Tavares and Martha
Hampton; was a retired custodian of Ruby Dukes Bethea, 93, of were held at 10 a.m. in Pine Level
from Bradford County School Tyre Keystone Heights. Virginia Beach, VA, died Friday Baptist Church on Tuesday,April 10,
Board; retired from Sunland Train- afternoon following an extended il- with Rev. Roman Alvarez of $
ing Center, and was a veteran of Barry C. WalkerMr. lness. Born in Lake Butler Mrs. ficiating. Burial was in Conner GET 25OOOON
U.S. Army, W.W.II. .Barry Christopher Walker, 19, Bethea lived most of her fife in Cemetery under the direction of
Survivors include his wife, Lillie of Gainesville, died Saturday, Perry until moving to Virginia Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Mae Thomas of Hampton; one March 17, in Sioux City, Iowa Beach four years ago. She was the Charles Hardenbrook, Sr.
daughter, Elaine Taylor of Hampton following a sudden illness. Born andraised daughter of the late Judge ThomasJ.
; two sons, David Thomas and in Jacksonville, Mr. Walkerwas Dekle and Ida J. Dekle and the Mr. Charles James Hardenbrook, THE HOUSE.Here's
ne Taylor Brown of KanoakeHawaii a construction worker. widow of the late William Henry Sr., 60,'bf Cartier Circle, died Mon-
and over 40 nieces anti Survivors Include his mother,Gail Bethea, Sr. She was a homemaker; day, April 9. In the VA Hospital
nephews.Funeral. Coleman Walker of Jacksonville; his a member of the Eastern Star in Gainesville, following an extended
services for Mr. Thomas father Raymond H. Walker ofAtlantic Perry and was a member of the illness. Born and raised in Starke,
will be held at 3 p.m. in DeWitt C. Beach, FL; one brother First Baptist Church of Perry Mr.Hardenbrook moved to Jackson- the key to your American Dream a
Jones Chapel, Starke Thursday, chance to win $25,000 that can be used to
April 12, with Rev. Bob Cooper of choice!
Home of
the ERA Dream your
ficiating. Burial will be in Santa Fe 1 : I SPECIALS FOR DO-IT-YOURSELFERS purchase
Cemetery, Hampton, under the DISPLAY ROOM No purchase is necessary; watch USA network for
direction of Jones Funeral Home of RETAIL SALES details on how to enter. Or stop by our office or

Starke. Screerr Room 'SCREEN PORCHES visit our booth at the Bradford County Fair to fill

'POOL ENCLOSURES w, form and find out more
Richard A. Drlggers out your entry

Mr. Richard A. Drlggers, 30, of 'PATIOS ALUMINUM ENCLOSED CARPORTS about the ERA Dream Home Giveway!

Tampa, died Sunday at his home ALUMINUM'WOOD
following a sudden illness born in
Miami Mr. lived most of DECKS RQ 0020551
2314 N.E. WALDO RD.
his life In Tam was employedwith ALUMINUM 8 VINYL SIDINGS
Royster Metal Co. and was a SOFFIT(OVERHANGS) SEM: 6AINESVIU.E AREA REALTY 964-5069
member of the Protestant faith. WINDOW REPLACEMENT SINCE 1873
Survivors include his mother and FINANCING AVAILABLEIIUBTIIL'
Ethel and Lee Melton of Void where prohibited bylaw'Sweepstakennot being ttffen-tlmCO.11. Ml, MO.
stepfather, NV.N1.NM.VT.:W V and DC.Must be 2i ut oldrr to enter The: $25,000 pne maybe
Lake City:,his father, Albert Driggers 375-2500 dJ""ft.1 J, awarded as cash. Fur complete dttUiilH,tee official rules HI your tmitmimiinH,
.ot Savarlnab'two: br etheisi: ,, 'FIt.: .mrmherbw.kerofaces.Sw..p..k..nd., Mnv31.|M4() 4)) )4oMecinimc,.
Cecil i and David Driggers ofS'avan-'. _. I'. \ IY 7C ,*i8Itfo/nc.! / Each offjtfe! denllf'1fnMd IMTn.era1hd.

nah; five sisters, Becky Overstreet


for business. And we invite

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friendly personal banking

service you may have feared

had disappeared from

Bradford County forever.

We intend to provide the

residents of this area with the

finest, most professional banking -

s' service they've ever

known. And to be truly reotCeS -

:i sponsive to their needs.
\ J: a1\.U ST We believe in Bradford

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After more than 32 years,

Bradford County finally has anew .

bank of its own. One
Local Revolutionaries of Bradford County
Group I Of that's owned by its very own

{. Makes anking History. :; people. Run by its very own "Bradford County's

people. And dedicated to serving -
First Banking
its very own people.. Alternative

:. First National Bank of in More Titan

'. .: is now 32 Years."
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