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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Picker Belinda Davis hold up a freshly picked flat of are still busby and productive, while Dover plants behind F';
Bradford strawberries at left. them are beginning to die out. Lawley grower Lloyd Grlf- .i' 'ii After the Starke City Commission written job descriptions for all. same Gainesville Sun article that a
I fUght.Sequoyih( strawberry plants In the foreground fie says he'll never plant Lovers again. ."refused Tuesday night to accept portions employees, but Wolbert said the PBA of Starke policemen havereceive !
of a grand jury report criticizing had agreed in original negotiations supplemental pay for going ,
I' its Police Department, State Attorney descriptions did not need to be to extra schools. Whttworth said Ed- \

BEST BERRY CROP IN YEARS! ''Eugene Whitworth said Wednesday written, since they "were a matter wards could have been-referring to i
reasons for the commission's refusal subject to negotiation." the required schooling mistakenly
, ,were not necessarily valid. and pointed out that only two Starke

;'. The city's negotiator with the policemen, George Tomasovitch and
: Problem is Finding a Market, Growers Say"I've Police Benevolent AssoctaUonPBA). Lane Sibley, have completed the

attorney J. J, Wolbert, suggestedTuesday tr refresher course.
night the council strike two> Wolbert pointed to an article In the
never seen so many strawberries!;" exclaimed a But Mrs. Hilliard said she hasn't had as many pickersas 4 V union contract which
sections from the grand jury report police
Georgia visitor to Bradford County U-pick-em fields Mon- usual this year. Husband Luther has crates of his .bufore : Wolbert presented 1 'guarantees basic course graduatesthe
day morning. market crop stored in a Jacksonville warehouse waiting acceptance of the city's police contract, opportunity to receive 80 hours of
Local growers backed her up. for buyers. signed in October, 1977,to the council, additional training If it does not interfere .
Lloyd Griffis, the patriarch of Bradford growers after 43 Quantity is note onomous with quality though, and and said the contract refutes some of.UIe with normal duties." Wolbert
years, said it was the prettiest crop he'd ever had. Mrs. most growers say the Dover berry can't hold a candle to grand jury findings black and added policemen were encouraged:
Geneva Milliard, working at the U-pick-em field while husband the Sequo a taste test. A large grocery store chain .'a whtte.' and given extra pay for attending the
Luther tended to the market crop,said her fields had buys Ute lovers from Plant City growers, and shoppers ,' Whitworth made a special trip to refresher courses.
been very productive. Mrs. Roberta Carter, wife of have shown signs of dissatisfaction. Starke Wednesday after hearing of Wolbert also refuted other grand
retired strawberry grower Morris Carter, Sr., said the Said one shopper who had just looked over a grocery ,the commission's action, and jury charges of no promotional policy
1979 crop was 'a very good one.' store selection, "They're just terrible, I would never buy .Telegraph reporter Cal Massey was and other procedural Issues with
But almost in the same breath the growers explained a them over the fruit stand strawberries." .i ctRtd to the courthouse to receive a clauses from the police contract.
problem In the strawberry market this spring: not enough Lawtey grower Griffis is experimenting with the Dover .statement.
:,>< Whitworth said the grandjury's "This is a binding contract. If poiice
buyers."There's. strawberries this and he he'll them
year says never plant findings did not suggest only
I officers feel the contract has been
more berries than demand," said Luther again. It's easy to understand why with one look at his ;< that policies not Included in
were con-
: Hilliard, "We came in right with Plant City's crop, and field. The Dover bushes are dying early while one row J:r' tract, but that the opportunity to violated, they"should file a greivance
with the PBA Wolbert said.
they've got 2,200 acres, selling them at $3.60 a fiat/' over the Sequoyah bushes are giving Grifhs'the beat tops adhere to all not ,
policies: was being
Meanwhile, Bradford County has between 100-123( acres I've ever had/ "I can't speak to the other charges,
this year, according to County Agent Bobby Taylor, who "They just die too early*, they give as much fruit as Se- encouraged' but-as to these things, it was either -
added this year's crop is In the middle of its' peak period. quoyaha while they last, but they don't last too long,"said As part of a lengthy prepared statement Mayor Joe Warren contemplatesthe slipshod or the contract was Inten-
Flats of almost are selling for about$5.50 a flat Griffis, who with about 11,000 bushes is the largest Dover Assistant State Attorney Tom suggestions offered by attorney J. tionally overlooked," Wolbert added.
in Bradford, two dollars more than flats of Dover grower in the county. Elwell said of the grand Jury's fin- J. 'Jest' Wolbert as City Attorney Mayor Warren and the full council
berries coming out of Plant City. County Agent Taylor says Griffis' lack of success with dings that written police policies had George Pierce listen agreed to Bowen's suspension with
Dovers could be because this particular year was not right not been practically applied, "Just full pay Tuesday night with Warren
Jtt's a lack of 'market power' that's slowing down Bradford for Dovers, or the area may not ever be suitable for the saying; you have something on paper noting, "He (Bowen) has not been
strawberry sales, according to Taylor. less expensive strawberry. The major advantage of the and not using it is no defense when The city council also criticized\ the removed from office, he has not been
"Four or five years ago, the county only had 35-40 acres, Dover /terries Is their firmness; they can be transported what is challenged'. Is the fact that it grand jury finding that Chief Bowen convicted; he has only been accus
and since the drought of 1977 we haven't had good produc more easily and over longer periods of time. ., policy) has not been opera- has not encouraged his officers to at ed." _
, tion. The buyers didn't come during those years and thet' The future of strawberry farming in the county remains**JE and certainly not followed by tend refresher' courses at police Assistant Police Chief Harold .....
haven't' *. ::" .rcsponaibl.for-carry academlesBy state law, policemenare Crews serving as interim chief ..r
growers committed this year and 'gotten uncertain. Uoyd Griffis say It eostsr him about J11 w per "
/ 'together,*' Taylor said -, ?' acre to grow the berries"and he admits there probably <,t ing)t out since J073," "' ;'" required to take 360 hours afa under his present salary; and Warren,

Taylor and local growers attributed this year's fine crop won't be many young farmers getting into the strawberry f Police Chief Jimmy Bowen is the police academy before certification, Commissioner Harold Epps, and
to the cold and wet winter, since plants 'held back' and business central figure in the grand jury and an 80-hour refresher course is Crews reviewed applications for new
came out strong with fruit in mid-March. Taylor says this year's good crop could foreshadow a1, report, Indicted on one felony chargeof reccomended but not required, The policemen yesterday in a Safety Committee
The abundance Of berries this season has resulted in comeback, but he's not making any definite predictions.But perjury and 11 misdemeanor completion of the refresher course meeting. The new policemenWill
some large U-plck-em sales despite the lack of market still with all its buyer problems, strawberry crops charges. Bowen's attorney, Dudley necessitates an incentive pay raise by be hired to fill vacancies left by
buyers. Mrs. Carter, who owns her 12 acre field with Ron- like this year's are a pretty sight to see. With the cost of Hardy, was upset by Whltworth's( action state law.Whitworth. the resignations of Chuck Leasure
nie Belmarez,says she's been selling about 500 flats per buying the plants from California at $33 per 1,000 tacked Wednesday."I questioned a statement and Philip Lyons, and the temporary
day One reason for Mrs. Carter'high U-plck-em sales Is on to the other expenses, long-time growers admit a young feel it's highly irregular and by City Clerk Merrill Edwards in the suspensions of Bowen and Rhoden. ,
because she ran out of fiats, forcing her to open the fields farmer would be 'a fool to start growing .trawberrlea.' unethical to try a case in the
to pickers and admittedly losing a few more strawberriesIn Expensive or not, Lloyd Griffis could have been talking newspapers. This could prejudice
the Says Mrs. Carter, "Some for almost all Bradford when he tells "
process pickers pick one County growers why Chief 0wB en's and Rhoden cases
spot good, but others J just pick some and move along." he sticks with the strawberry, "I just love to grow 'em. Hardy said. Capt. Scottie Rhoden was Chief

also Indicted by the grand jury on two JilnInyBowen
misdemeanor charges. Both Rhoden

and Bowen are suspended with pay.
School Bd. Wants Time pending trials in June.
to Study Wbitworth was particularly Pleads InnocentTo
dismayed by a quote attributed to
Mayor Joe Warren in the Wed., April
18, Gainesville Sun, which read, "It
Administrator Shifts Hikes appears the state attorney's office
Pay was negligent in not providing, Perjury ChargeSuspended
evidence to the grand jury ,

Refusing to act on Supt. Tom salary supplements of seven a
Casey's recommendation to raise the ministrators$900 each and refusing to of the superintendent. and swore attorney's under oath.hat he never Starke Police Chief Jim. pay immediately after the grand jury
act on a job alignment for administrators Casey's recommendation left said the quote. Warren said he asked my Bowen pleaded not guilty to grand indictments were released, by
for 79-80, the school Clark's assistant's post at the vo-tech, Wolbert in Tuesday's meeting if the jury charges of perjury In circuit authority of the city charter. A full
; [1 J1&;&? CUuum if tier, board took both proposals under ad- now a fulltime, instead of halftime fact that the grand jury may not have court Monday, April 16, and Is vote of the city council Is required for
,..' visement Monday night April 16, vacant. One of the two high school fully : contract as scheduled to go to trial for the felony removal and Warren says the coun
\ Supt. CaseV handed out the recommendations assistant principalships, currentlyheld evidence constituted withholding charge June 4. cil's final decision( will be based on the
hand written, during the by C.C. Anderson, may also haveto evidence. A Bradford County grand jury also outcome of the trial.
was the first time the be filled if Anderson retires at the Wolbert said the contract had been returned true bills against Bowen last Bowen and Rhoden were released
school Board_had seen them. end of this term. read by Assistant State Attorney Tom Thursday, April 12, on 11 other from jail on their own recognizance
Casey recommended increasing Other principalships would be left Elwell, and that Elwell had told him counts, all misdemeanors, which after the grand jury returned. the true .
of the principalsof the !lame as they are now: Jim Dun the contract document was made should come before county court June ,bills late Thursday.. I
salary smaller supplements outlying schools, Brooker can at the high school with assistants available to the grand Jury. Whit 4 also, according to Assistant State In all, the grand jury charged
.' and Elementary Charles Thomas and Anderson or a worth confirmed Wednesday the Attorney Len Register. Bowen with one count of perjury, 10
Schools Hampton;the coordinator Lawtey of special replacement If Anderson retires, police contract was submitted as Two indictments were also returned counts of misfeasance, malfeasance,
; the Title 1 coordinator, McKinney at the middle school with evidence to the grand jury. against Police Capt. Scottie and nonfeasance in office, and one
.. programs, at the vo-tech assistant Buddy Paterson, Ted The sections of the contract not accepted -< Rhoden,'charged In a joint count with count of shooting a dog.
assistant
,. i'- center, and principal the adult principal at the Oglesby as director of the vo-tech by the council dealt with a lack Bowen of cruelty to animals in the The perjury charge stems from
:. t vo-tech center, from $1,530 to $2,430.Casey's center with Millard Brown the adult of written policies in the department shooting of a dog In 1975 and one countof Bowen's testimony Friday, March 30,
.J'"" director there and one assistant's spotto while as Assistant State Attorney Tom
t is to the concerning standard operating procedures petty larceny investigating a
) ;, i'J$ 4 I salaries of theory 10 administrators equalize so they be filled, Jesse Moore at Starke in-service training for of. robbery. Rhoden is expected to go to Elwell and State Attorney Eugene
r<" Saturday.APr ,4 be transferred laterally between Elementary,,Connie Clark at Hampton facers, and accountability of evidence trial In the June 4 county court term Whitworth questioned him about the
1 ... '{', can cut. Elementary, .Lucille Payne as taken in investigation of robberies.One also. January, I97S shooting of a dog owned
Pop Warner Dance 'f' posts without taking a salary supervisor ,of curriculum Leonard of the primary areas of concernto "An unbelievable situation" is the by.J, R. Kelly of Starke. Text of the .
7:30-10:30 Casey says if an administrator is Register as director of operations, Whitworth was the lack of policy only comment Bowen had Monday in testimony and questioning appear at 1
Civil Defense Bldg. certified, he shouldn't mind working Eddie Douglas as business manager, concerning the handling of evidence. an interview with the Telegraph the end of this story.In :
at any administrative post at whichhe and Delores Morgan as food service The grand jury report says "officersare about the charges which have left the the feasance counts, which In !
.... .. can do a good job. ,
manager.
apparently allowed wide discretionas police chief suspended with pay pen layman's terms mean wrongdoing :
the board the
recommendation When under placed advisement salary, Salary Question to what evidence should be ding trial. Bowen will be representedby malfeasance), doing a lawful act In ,I
Spa9hettISupper,1Brooker / then recommended administrative "I don't think some of these small turned over to the Department attorney Dudley Hardy of the an unlawful manner (misfeasance), ,'!
Eltm. Cafeteria Casey positions for next term. schools, such as Hampton and 'Evidence Custodian' contrary to all Starke law firm Pierce & Hardy. and failing to do what is required in '%.1 I!
J.50 Aduits-t.35 children Including four changes from the cur Brooker, would warrant an Increase '; recognized principles of police pro- Bowen did not appear in court Mon. the line of duty (nonfeasance),Bowen '\
Door prize given away at 7 p.m rent term. One administrator, BMS ," board chairman Vernon cedure." day; his written Innocent. plea was is charged with: 'i1'1\ \
Sponsored by Bradford County principal Dewey McKinney,' indicated Parmenter, initiating the board's Wolbert presented an evidence entered by Hardy. to perform his duty to enforce ,1:
School Food Service Atin.j N .; became. to the meeting expecting comment about the pay raises. policy to the council Tuesday night Mayor Joe Warren suspended all traffic violations occurring. "i !
,'' to be transferred back to "Didn't we tie It to student population that had been written but not adopted.. Bowen Immediately after the grand in the city. \;|:j 1
Sunday._April M, a,,-. Soutliside Elementary and said he ?" asked board member J.T. Par Wolbert said the grand jury's findings Jury Indictments were released late -Directing officers under him to :',"' \\1\
J rt r didn't know a salary adjustment rish. Casey nodded yes. used to be correct, but were not relevant Thursday afternoon. refrain from arresting certain'. ; !
Mamorlal,Service ." recommendation was to be made. The middle school principal should now after the policy written In Warren called the outcome of the citizens suspected of violating the. \J:'i I
3:ao p.m. at ; Casey recommended that: earn more than principals of the late March. three-week Investigation surprising' law. ;\K ,\
Crosby Lake Cemetery- s( .} '. -Present Brooker principal Charles smaller outlying schools, said board Said Whitworth "It just doesn't saying "as far as I know,Chief Bowen directing his officers to avoid v. )Ie'/ ". '1
byUDC invited ,"VVPublic pi Francis move to Starke Elementarynext member Pat Spengler. Casey agreed make sense to strike number 14 (the was doing a fine Job with the department patrolling and enforcing the law in "-.'I .i
,J.."gfTutHUYrAprim year. with Mrs. Spengler. section criticizing police evidence ." certain designated areas of thecity.:, ' .. .., -Mrs. Roscena Santangini, presently Another reason administratorsshould .procedure). It's my understandingthe Councilman Wilbur Waters, who -Allowing Sunday liquor sales. to go ;;.
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,,,,- t, coordinator of the Title 1 federally not receive pay Increases now policy Mr. Wolbert prepared was has served under Bowen as a unrestrained in certain area*. .
funded remedial program, become Is that the board was unable to give written two days before Chief Bowen policeman; said, "With that many -Failure to promptly transmit '
Bradford County. principal at Brooker Elementary. teachers and non-instructional pen was to appear before the grand jury, men under hint, he did one heckuva. crime reports to the State Attorney's i i
Zoning Board -Myrna Lou Itahn,now principal at sonnet a raite this year, said chairman and it has not been adopted," job." office in 1m. }
7:jo p.m.Courtesyof. Southslde Elementary; become coordinator Parmenter. It .has been two ,:.1' Assltant State 'Attorney Len Assistant PolIce Chief Harold ..Wlllfuilyan4 corruptly taking Into ,, "'
'.' 'of the Title 1 program. years since salaries went up in eitherof .'R al.teradded, "When you write up a Crews, a 13-year veteran of the his possession firearms' resulting :/;,-';*'' '
'J f, .-Carl.Clark now part-time assistant the three categories of employees( policy at the last minute that's no department,has been named by War ., from criminal\ Investigation and not; '",.n: "i. '
JACKSON principal at the votecb'centerand 'other than instep salary Increases for way to address six-year-old pro- 'fen as the Interim chief. It, was announced delivering them to the Sheriffs office.ukPeraonaily } .:' ,::1<<&; ;
.II'LDIMCJt experience.Supt. at '' council .retaining item off ,
\ part-time in, the county office, ,bIen Tuesday's city /
., become .a''fulltime coordinator of Casey disclosed, near the end .Woibcrt1 said the problem of a lack meeting Crews would,remain on his evidence at his mldence'I, '
SUPPLY of Starke ..;:. special programs. Clark's Job would of the meeting, that a primary goal In ot.writ ten policies was 'diagnosed present! salary. -Falling to investigate .ana rep'ortan ,
Hwy $o} 8. 004-6078 be.to monitor school courses of instruction '7&budget planning Is to give an ''some'time ago," and ,the department The city commission will not make officer (Rhode" ) Jor committing ';"
to make sure they are up to :overall seven percent salary Increase had undertaken the task of any decision bout Bowen's removal petty larceny. V-, 7 ', Y' '
Keystone HeiQ/ltII i standard and qualify for state fun- the amount President Jimmy writing operating procedures five from office until the ease has gone -And two final counts relatedotbo" : '

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Memorial 22 at Crosby Service Lake Sunday.Cemetery 7''r '. "; rfJ ; : :' 'it '

April rllJAflJ! "' ..1, ..1 ,

of BUS will ne iA JflY" V6WtII.J ,{
A Memorial service for Confederate be Jim the Duncan,Bill principal Floyd minister of tJ : :
speaker. ''
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I at soldiers 3:30 will be at held Crosby Sunday Lake music at First Baptist Church will 'ffI.ot of &tor : ::: ', :
Cemetery.April 22 p.m. present a medley of Civil War songs. (; ,! { iaiy 964.7608 ; ::;

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. Woman's Club Plans May Breakfast May 19 Mrs. T.C. dhatfafn> !,. III Shower Honoree Karen Vassaur and JesSe S. Adams .:.::\

dish washers in the kitchen which
Curtis Sanders
Mrs.
President Mrs Thomas C. Chastaih"' jl of end was la white;" : (rotted cake ''
have
been Installed.
meeting presided held over Wednesday the Woman's of last week Pub Mrs.recently Hardy read the slate o,((officers Gainesville was honored at Jtictork decorated to a pink, am) blue pat. Wed March 24 in Reno, Nevada ::

where plans were made for the May as selected by the nominating shower.Tuesday Night Aprtfvfo.! at .!
the home Mrs. H. II.
of Adam*with g the
committee: president, Mrs. Marjorie party -
Breakfast to be held May 19. Mrs. Janice Vassaur slsterlnfawof
chairman of Thomson; first vice-president, Mrs. co-hostesses Mrs Bill Adam, Mrs. hours by th.2O guest and prizesawarded. of honor.
Mrs. Douglas Hardy James Montuoro and Mrs.. 'Warren the bride was matron
the May Breakfast stated the Break- William Wilson; second vicepresident Wlnkler. The hostesses Following a wedding trip. TO
fast is opened to members house Mrs. J.E. Hardy; third vice- presented the Sacramento. Calif. the couple will
The refreshment table honoree
with
was covered a case of
members. president Mrs. Louis Young; fourth diapers as a AFB, Anchorage
guests, and prospective reside at Elmendorf -
damask
with a cloth and centered by memento of the occasion
Reservations must be made by Tues- vice-president, Mrs. D.W. Whiff en; Alaska after May 15. .
an arrangement of pink and white Out-of-town guests were I Mrs. N.
Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth
secretary of the
day. May IS. ; Family and 'friends groom
carnations. A silver K.Hurst of
bowl indo
punch was Indianapolis, and
The club voted to permit the corresponding secretary, Mrs. shower for the couple on
gave a proxy
end of the table and Miss Sink
at one at the other Cindy of Jacksonville.
Brownie Scouts to have their camp- Douglas Hardy; treasurer, Mrs. Olin Friday, April 6 at the home of'the
out at the Club May 11 and 12. White. The new officers will be installed groom's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs

Members inspected the two new at the May Breakfast. Miss Ida Merritt Honored on James P. Eddings on Morgan road.:
of Elk
-------- The bride is a 1978 graduate
Grove high school in Calif. where she
Bill and Ruth Powell 90th Birthday/ April'/ 15 was voted most valuable player for

field and women's fast pitch
Miss Ida Merritt,long time residentof robe, gown and slippers and a team.hockey .
f Proudly Announce Bradford County was honored at beautiful plaque In recognition of her Mr. Adams was a 1978! graduate of
Pine Level Baptist Church Sunday, many years of faithful service as a .
Bradford High School was activeJn
April 15.During. Christian She then enjoyed
l. The nurse. JROTC and voted Cadet of the Year
the morning service Miss Easter Sunday dinner as the special :
U.S.Air Force.
1978. He is in the ,: :
J Merritt, who Is confined to a wheel guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody.
Opening Of chair, was brought to the platformand ;<:
Woods
introduced to the congregation by Marcia ,
Roman Alvarez Pastor. The Cecil Williams '

I A brief history of her life was then Airman and Mrs Jesse S. Adams Lee HardenbrookTo
BRADFORDSQUARE shared with the congregation. To Celebrate 50th
Through this, It was learned that Miss Airman Karen P. Vassaur of Germany Wed April 21
Merritt was born in Perrysvllle Ga.. Anniversary April 20 daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
FLORISTWith on April 14, 1889, and moved to Freddie Vassaur, Sr. of Elk Grove, Woods and D. Lee
Florida at the age of 14. While still In Calif and Airman first class Jesse Marcia J.
her teens, she decided to become a Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Williams of Stephen Adams of Anchorage Hardenbrook will exchange wedding
nurse and went through her trainingat Keystone Heights will celebrate Alaska,'son of William D. Adams of vows Saturday, April 21 at 3 p.m. in
Church.of
Award-Winning their 50th wedding anniversary at a Starke the First United Methodist
Ocala Nursing School, and also had were united in marriage
further training in Philadelphia.She reception Friday evening April 20 at March 24 at 1 p.m. at Sierra Inn Starke with a reception following in
Williams 1p served with the Bradford Coun 7 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chapel In Reno, Nev. the Starke Woman's Club. '
Designer Larry As Manager ty Health Department as the County Guy T. Anderson in Lawtey. The bride was given in marriage by All friends and relatives of the.couple -
Nurse for eleven years and was activeIn Pev. and Mrs. Williams will repeat her father. are invited to attend.
her nursing career for 57 years. their wedding vows with Rev. CurtisE. Freddie Vassaur Jr., brother of the
Miss Merritt became a Christian Gainey conducting the service.All bride attended the groom as best
Phone 964-7954 0 and was baptized In 1903 when she friends and relatives are invitedto man. JunlorWoman's Club
was 14 and became a member of Pine attend. Anyone desiring directionsto
Starke Florida Level Baptist Church in 1931. the Anderson home may contact 300 Youngsters Enjoy Elects OfficersThe
While being honored by the church, Mrs. Maggie Anderson, 782-3028.

she received a corsage, a matching Pine Level Egg Hunt Junior Woman's Club held an

election of officers for 1979-80 at their
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lawson and Sunday was an exciting day at Pine April meeting,Monday.April 9,at the
Level Baptist Church for 300 boys and
club house.
daughters Cindy, Karen and April of girls. The group consisting of pre- officers will be In-
Palm the Easter weekend The following
MAL 0 NEe visiting Bay Mr.spent and Mrs. H. F. school through sixth grade par- stalled at a banquet Saturday. May 12
Parmenter and Mrs.Mildred Lawson ticipated in a giant candy egg hunt. at the Starke Golf and Country Club:
of Starke. The activity, which was held in the president. Mrs. Robert lIa1first\
Downing recreation area at Pine Level Involved vice-president Mrs. Robert Autry;

Mrs. Ila Rain and Mrs. Mary hiding over 4,000 pieces of Easter second vice-president, Mrs. Larry I
candy. Each child was given a basket Crawford; secretary, Mrs. Glenn
Graham of Chiefland were Sunday f
Four "Spectacular" Values CHOICE overnight guests of Mr.and Mrs.J.G. and was able to fill it up to take home Polk; treasurer, Mrs. Irving Clark.
with him.
Jackson."lIIe.IIIAfleellllllllllll. Hostesses for the meeting were
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.. Apr. It, lt7t TELEGRAPH Pagrx2t1Ua.

r Mrs. Alma Starling Celebrates .. .. ,.. .." Two Couple Plan Double Wedding
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; .t '. ;1 3rd.BirthdaysAWHl. : | J X16Atr. V\* .\ :\' .1..\,..H..*-\ 1} FV Saturday, June 9 :

: .: atJirlingo( l I" ,.. : I Brant Turner, Defcra The and Kay Mr. and Mr*. CL. Cooper and
> lake | sweeTsmUe was a.1..tiht.ah the JcJnWrirftnd / and Turner of Jacksonville Bob Johnson .
who turned 83 on April III, "( rLffl. t Otis Starting l family and grandchildren, Ray and
was sunshine. Brooks will of Savannah, qll..d Mrs. James David Proper and loot and Teen
j honored at her home with then! Starling and Andy
a Sunday Vt* eyes were as blue as this sky. Barron of Starke .
.JUrthday dinner. repeat their wedding vows Saturday, were Sunday guests Bfanbam had a pfcaic lunch at ;
Over 40 guests, mostly members of rwonder tt*was so vNtyhsdto'dleHe happy when he left.. ..as.. June 9 at s p.m. at a double wedding of Mrs. Janet Turner. Florida State Park on the Suwarmee '
her family showered her with attention : ceremony at the Starke Church of River' near Live Oak on Friday
Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Mrs. Moe.rue
gifts and love. A large birthday was always cheerful-minded Williams and children spent last Judy Lynn Canova of Orange Park
cake
helped make the occasion an enjoyable And always ready to give.l: Tuesday to Thursday at Disney spent Sunday and Monday with her i
one for Mrs. Starling. So he gave his life to faithful World. grandmother Mrs. L. A Canova. \
During the afternoon a poem w... That allot. his loved ones might live f
shared with the family members who I H (see put 4) "
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were present. It had been written by There's a new blue-eyed angel In it tl t
Mrs.Alma l
Starling back in 1044 short ,
ly after she received news of the And he'll always be near 1I
.,:death of her IOn, Leo, who was killed The angels surround him in Heaven. The Steakman
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in action in Holland. The poem .Is as And be tells how he loves us down }

follows In memory: of our darling son, Leo here t,II, 4 Does It AgainSHRIMP

.Frank Starling, who gave his life on Now each night as I kneel by my bedside -
September 30, llH4, In Holland. Son of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Starling of I'll pray for strength to go on. .
'Starke, Florida, And I know that It I best not to worry, ,I,1M : r "
: Though from this world he has gone. r if I
'There's. a new blue-eyed. angel in
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'I CneriatarlingMr.
"Heaven; But we know that God Is with him I f I
It's that dear little boy of mine. Because he left us word .
and Mrs. Paul E. Starling of
God must have needed a new star That when he departed this sinful old I
When He took my darling to shine. world Kingsley Lake announce the engage 1
ment and approaching marriage of 1
He would be there with his Lord.
their daughter, Chert Lynn to Andrew
All the
days were so bright and so
Wayne Brooks, son of Mrs. Bobby
nappy There's a new blue-eyed angel In Ullle Cannon
Hamlin of Lakeland and Mr.David R.
Until.God called him
away; Heaven, T
Brooks of Bradford.
I'd give all this world and its treasureIf And I know he Is happy up there. Mrs. Maggie Cannon announces: the Miss of
Starling Is a 1978 graduate
I could just see him today. I'll pray that someday we shall meet engagement and approaching marriage Bradford School.
I him of her daughter. Lillie to Otis High
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II Mr. Brooks Is a 1976 graduate of
I When reach Edward Starling,son of Mr and Mrs.
we that city so fair. School and Is 21 Pc
Lafayette High
Paul E. Starling of Klnesley Lake.
Miss Cannon-and Mr.: Starling are employed at Union Correctional In-
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The Willie E. stitution.
Greens Celebrate
both 1978 gradutes of Bradford High

I School. Miss Cannon Is employed at ...
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t'k 43rd Anniversary April 11 McDonalds. Mr. Starling Is employedby
!1IIf Gator Freight Ways in Jackson AH friends and relatives are Invited

::- Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Green were their children, Mr. and Mrs. ville. to attend the wedding and reception French
"celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary Riley Sweat.Jr., Mr and Mrs. Edward following In the church Fellowship DINNER I Cole awsr

on Wednesday,April 11 at a N. Green of Starke and Mr. and .....cc.c4J Hall. ,
I .dinner party at the Western Steer Mrs. Ralph Futch of Black Mountain,

Steak House. N. C. ;/) 'IoiJc'rew .
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Helping to celebrate the occasion pu.1. o265

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Lisa Lee Honored At Shower AprilS Ron Thomas of Lake Butler spent Mrs. S. G. Denmark and Mrs.
n :.: last Wednesday to Friday with his Mania Sanderson and daughter,
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stephanie spent last Tuesday to Fri !
Miss Lisa Lee bride-elect of David On April 9. the Ladies Group of the Thomas.Mr. day at St. Augustine Beach. ooEL51ULc
Manning,was honored at two showers Graham Baptist Church honored Miss ,
recently. Lee with a Miscellaneous Shower. .and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli spent Ed Stancil,son of Mr.and Mrs.CarlE. I
On April S Miss Lee was honored at the weekend with their daughter and Stancil of Starke will receive his ? Q ''QQ Q IJ
the home of Mrs. Catherine Dyal in A yellow theme was used throughout family, Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs at bachelor's degree during spring commencement
Graham. Games were played and the party room The refreshmenttable Atlantic Beach. They also visited Mr. at Wayland Baptist College 1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Florida 964-6567 IJ J
prizes awarded to Mrs. Gail Coleman was centered with a Hallmark and Mrs. Al Stefanelli and family and in Plainview,Texas Ed's major I
and Mrs. Erma Langford. The twenty Bride. Scripture was read by ,Mrs. Mr and Mrs.Sam Caruso in Jackson field of study is religion
guests enjoyed refreshments hosted Jimmy Sullivan. The shower was ville during the weekend.Mr. .
S t by Miss Barbara LeFevers and Miss opened and closed with prayer. J
: Fay Grlffls Refreshments and fellowship was en- and Mrs. David Montgomeryand
joyed by those attending. family spent Friday night and!
Saturday at their camp on the Suwan-
I H nee River near Mayo. .

r '1 I :. ',:' pordonda Mr.and Mrs.Jack Miller and son of ,j 1980 T. I _

Jacksonville were Monday visitors of
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Mrs. Jimmy David and Art Duell of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
M. C. Wells visited Mr. and Mrs. Detroit, Mich and Mrs. Josephine Miller.
Wayne Kinney in Bradenton on Sunday David of Baldwin were Monday to _
:: Wednesday of last week guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief had ai
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", .... and Mrs. Jerome Johns.( weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
::.'.. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ritch of Walker of Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and
..Gainesville were Sunday dinner Mrs. One Wiggins and Mr, and Mrs. Wil Mendetta and son, Ryan of Here Now0e'11"
::. u"F:'" .<>f Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Har- Mrs. Phillip Nichols and daughter, Jacksonville and Carla Turner and
Monica visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robert and David Underll! of r

r Wiggins!JjjWaJdorf" Md. last week.Mrtf Gainesville.
end 1 '1i
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. McMillan 1 '
("daughter;,,IIjalnJarBpentttie! weekend)I t !oil: if}&r MGz've i I (i\i.i'ntf'tIs.. ell :M11It nt Surf. .:h
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l'! Quitman Ga.visiting her father,T. Howe Mbt of i rill ", 'nil families\ MI. ..J; Old8 '-
..B.. Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. day guests of Mrs. Joe Wilson. and Mrs. Robert White and Mr. and. _
.j Foster of Ross, Calif. Mrs. Michael White in Gainesville. ,
Mr. and Mrs.Nelson Black and son Ol11egaI _
James E. Lawson of Jacksonville, Brian of Petersburg were weekendguests Mrs. Mary Lawson, Mrs. Mary Citation .
son of Mrs. Mildred Lawson Downingof of Mr. and Mrs. Richard.. Wei- Overholser and Mrs. Marie Siemer
Starke and the late W. E. Lawson ty spent Sunday at Simons Island and
received his C.P.A. degree in accoun- also attended the 50th wedding anniversary Mac Baldwin
ting recently Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fancho and reception for Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitehead of S. L. Woods in Pine Harbor, Ga. Folks I :
Mrs. V. V. Hazen of Gainesville was Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs M. F. Whitehead, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Underlll of In-
Hazen. Frank Durrance and families were diatlantic are visiting Mr.and Mrs. J. i
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. Moncrief at Kingsley Lake this In The Many Years I've Been In Automobile
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Russell of B. Whitehead, Sr. An Easter egg week.
Jacksonville spent the weekend with hunt was enjoyed in the afternoon. Business Before
Never Have I Been More Excited
Mr. and Mrs.,C. G. Hill at Kingsley Misses Libby Kossler, Diane .
Lake. Mrs. L. D.Vining spent Thursday Hickey and Linda Haas of Tampa
Sunday with Mr. anJ Mrs. J. C Vin were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. About A New Car !
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hutson and son, ing in Palatka. W S. Haas.
Kevin, Lauren Lowrey and Marty -- -
Brown were in Jacksonville Sunday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C L. Pafford -"That's RightExcited"- .
k and family

Mac Baldwin with his *
spent Sunday
daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. 9.627% The All New Citations And Omegas Are The Biggest
James Montuoro In Tampa.Mr. .

and Mrs. Roy Howard of Con- Little.Cars I've Ever Seen. They Have Room Plenty Of

cord, N.H. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,

A B.Edwards Howard for and two Mr.weeks.and Mrs. Merrill 'SixMonthMoney Options, Pep And Most Important, This Day And Time,


Mr and Mrs. Charles Fields and Market CertificatesYou

: Lt.j.g. and Mrs.Wayne Fields and son "" "They're Economical"18"81
of Jacksonville were Saturday
visitors of Mrs. J, H, Fields.

can earn this Interest rate on Guaranty
Stacie McGriff of Milwaukee, Wis.
and Kathleen McGriff of Gainesvillewere Federal's Six-Month Money Market Certificatesfrom Please Feel Free To Come 'Out
Today
Monday visitors of their grand Thursday, April 19 through Wednesday,
mother, Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr.
April 25, 1979 No bank or other savings and
Monica and Tom Rowe of SAnford loan association can pay a higher rate of And Test Drive The Car Of The Future.
spent the weekend with their grandparents .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert.Green. Interest on this Money Market Certificate.

Minimum deposit is S I 10,000. Maturity in just

family Mr. spent and Mrs.Sunday C.visiting L. Cooper relatives and 26 weeks." .. AND YOU'LL SEE FOR YOURSELF-

in Dixie
County.
Visit the Convenient .
Among those receiving degrees by WHY I SAY. .
Guaranty federal Savings Office Near You.This
the University of Florida March 17 ,
were: Curtis G. Sanders, John War. ''I'' < ,;" .
ren StanleyTheresa W. Dona, Fuller .
I It an annual'rate and livubecl| to change.t renewal'
Dennis Lee,Alex O,Cardenas.NancyK.
Hull. Jennifer E. Jockel and John Federal'regulations prohlblMhe compounding oIlnleesl. > "It's Right On Time!'
Warren Stanley. by any financial'Institution during the term of this deposit .' .


Smith DeVoe of Starke was elected **If the funds are withdrawn before maturity' ,federal' .
Wagon Master of the National Allegro regulation require that the Interest rate be lowered to thethencurrent
Motor Home Club USA No.I at a rallyat regular savings rate and that 90 days'Interestat
Lake Eufaula. Ala: Smith and that: rate be forfeited .
Elvira DeVoe are members 'of the li.
motor home club. The next rally.set rs c t
April 27-29.: will be held at Arrowhead ,, .
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Mr. and !Mrs. J. D.:Odom, Jr. had 'Stay With UGuaranty s. .
their family home on Easter: Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Johnson and family and -r' "" Federal
Philip Odom of Live Oak, John Odomof
Gainesville and Charles Odom and

son.John C. of Starke. ...4., Savings 5
1'! .We'll$, Stay Wth| You OS 3 Bud Lawson and Mrs. Ermine,Nor i .' ,;; I' "II' .. .
man of Marion. N.C. were Friday,to.
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Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs H.:A&* GAINUVHU 220 N.Main Street Phone 377-3344 3501 W. FLORIDA
Lawson *i. University Avenue-PNone313a M2 3300 S.W.Archer Road ,-

Fortran, of Pensacola i:..iY I'h_37I-O431/STARKC 395 W Madison Street Phone 964-SOOO/ .
Demo KCYSTONIHCJGHTS Lawrence
8Mt'Syt"1'rtW.I.' 47349S2IAKI /
spent Wednesday to Sunday with Mr. SUTUR 173 W.Main Street-Phone 496-)8 f r.4.h ,

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EDITORIALDoing -We discourage automation } young beaker in

because it takes Jot. awat pea- did not own a car
DJwho need work "" rite b own aldGe,
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Doing unto others in need. U.s. under a Group IIdy ....nge life expectancy II
Team Program by Rotary where 1M No, I

That is the essence of giving nowhere better exemplified lnt.emat1orlal. attributed
than by the ladies of the Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary. This wu just one 01 the mans contruta among the
between the u.s. and ladfa that

The Auxiliary ladies work hard long and surfaced during a tW1Hla1' stay In 01 the team spoke
Hospital
taught in blgh
made Starke, when members of the Rotary
volunteer their time. that is through the Cub entertained the visitors In theIr In their land
Auxiliary spent for somefling important that Is needed by the homes and accompanied them on a very'J
hospiUI. For instance a few o[ the Items that have been bought whirlwind tour of the county In- county"don't

over the years are: chiding everything from strawberry work: with that you
fields to IImenlle operations. practice II soclaliz
Surgical Equipment for the rating Room. equipment for The economy or India still largely getting 50 percent

the Rescue Unit. equipment for the X.nay; Room address-o- agrkultural Dr, Bhat said, accounting Dr. Pal said.
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machine for the office.Cardiac Console draperies in the for 15 percent or the country's : team members
graph Pr Bust, Rotarian from India Dr. WlIme. lecturer
IJ'OIIS national product, and employ- presents Wayne a on
Lobby and patient's rooms and currently draperies are being lag 7S percent or the population 01 st.rke Rotary. with a banner from [Jr. lust's home club The language
mI4Ie to replace the old wing of the hospital. Because of overpopulation and the team members In photo are all young business and professional .a way of life ana

scarcity of land the average farm In from India. on the principle
Among the duties of an auxiliary member is to assist any India Is Ins than five acres. Most new equipment and tecbniques. the on Bradford farms the visitors you reap." .
families of patients in the hospital during their time of need or banks in India encourage modern speaker said. They were impressed with the the exchange pro-
if 'is town and methods to increase productivity of India also grows strawberries number or automobiles in the pays air-
bereavement. Also a person through
passing farms with programs for extending which compare favorably in also ad contrast to India, where cars and local Rotary
ill and needs in the members
becomes hospitilization hospital credit to farmers not able to Invest in quality with those they saw and tasted luxury afforded by only the visitors.II. .
and their families
offer assistance to them

The Grand Jury's Report on an Investigation of the Starke Police Department
The Auxiliary sponsors the teen-age volunteers better known

:: as the Candy Stripers. They are very active in the hospital. ne following_ a reprint 01 a Bradford Couaty grand Jury' report following IJIree.week .vesUgat" of the Starke Police I
I IHp.rtmt'at.The investigation led to Indictments: against Polke CIt&e1 Jimmy Bowen OD IZ corals and against Capt.Scottle: Rhodenon
''I interested Fricke outgoing president says 0111 there Is any two counts The Viral section 01 the report hit tile ridings tile grand Jury: the second settles tints reecomt'ndaUons of the
lady in joining the Auxiliary please call Mrs Louise grand Jury. The Starb City Commlaa&oll Tuesday night accepted all of the report except sections 13 and 14 and the coinciding. teeeomeaialions. -
Swartz, membership chairman 964-5l95." :

REPOltTm'TIiEGRANDJUnV I .
The main purpose of the Auxiliary is rendering service to the
Having reviewed the findings set forth above, we. the members of the Grand
its FLORIDA
hospital and patients. IN THE NAME OF TilE STATE :
I The Grand Jurors of the State of Florida. Inquiring In and for the County of Jury 01 Bradford County Florida here make the following recommendations
will substantial assistance In solving the
I their do and the anticipating that this report
Bradford upon oaths respectfully report, present recommend
following to all whom these presents shall be of concern: : many critical problems currently plaguing the Starke Police Department. It Is
our sincere desire that these suggestions will help bring about a more efficient
The Grand Jury 01 Bradford County has undertaken the responsibility to
investigate the Police Department of the City of Starke Bradford County economical and effective Department providing top quality' law enforcement
for the citizens of Starke
TO all
LETTERS Florida In the areas of: .
A. Criminal misconduct on the part of the Chief of Police and other officers In Recommendations of the Grand Jury:
pooitions 01 leadership.B. A. Immediate steps should be taken to begin the legislative process necessary
THE EDITOR. Policies of selective law enforcement where violations of the law are not to amend the Municipal Charter of the City of Stark concerning the quahft-
., aggressively Investigated and enforced against all citizens of the community cations necessary for a person to serve as Chief of Police. These qualificatIonsshould

nor In all geographic sections of the dty require:
C. Lack of adequate records and internal controls for the processing of firearms I.That any such person must have completed the basic program of training
and be certified by the Florida Commission on Police Standards and Training.
narcotic contraband, and other evidence to assure appropriate handling
'Catr! Attorney make spurious investigations which for prosecution and disposal at the conclusion: of a case. pursuant! to Florida Statutes 943.14.
hoaid 8P)>>oiDlt could very well damage the career 01 This Grand Jury has engaged itself in a thorough impartial investigation, 2. That any such person must have some prior experience In law enforcement -
:More important Things one of our elected city officials and through the presentation 01 exhibits and the sworn testimony of many wit- ficer.In ., with a minimum requirement 01 five (51 years as a full lime police of-
one 01 his officers. nesses, In order to achieve and determine a true understanding of the facts and
the alternative to making these amendments to the qualifications for the
Dear Sir: circumstances surrounding significant problems existing In the City 01 Starke
I love DOted with some interest the Sincerely, Police Department. Chief 01 Police as an elective office the citizenry: might consider requesting a
Grand Jury pt'Offdmgs which have Bill Powell referendum to change the Office of Chief of Police to an appointive status
been gang on for the past severalweeks rather than elective,so that the City Commission may ensure that the Chief has;
concerning the investigation of :r certain minimum qualifications as to practical experience and that the Chief
the City of Starltt'Police Dt-partment. IUlS Auditorium ...., has received some formal training in the elementary principles of law enforce-
It mould apppar to me that the State Disgrace to Community tel. ment. We the Grand Jurors find some minimal training of paramount impor-
AUomn-'s office should have more Letter To The Editor: tance tor any person who Is charged with the heavy responsibility of supervising -
productive things to dG than waste the We are a group of concerned: Alter much careful deliberation and consideration it is the solemn duty of a modern. professional police department and we. as a body insist that
tax payers money as they have obnousJy parents and CitiZens who feel the this Grand Jury to report that the City of Starke Police Department as it exists any Chief should al least have the same training as a new recruit. Perhaps
done 1ft the mallt'r condition 01 the Bradford lligh School under Its current leadership is an outrageous mockery to the principles 01 many of the problems the Starke Police Department now encounters would not
I know the citizens of BradfordCounty Auditorium Is a disgrace our community organized professional law enforcement, We specifically find that Chief of exist or at least would not be so severe If Chief Bowen has experienced the
for the last three!' or four It Is In such deplorable condition Police Jimmy Bowen as chief administrative officer of the Department has same formal training required of each of his offict'rs.
reeks' hate been expecting the Grand that it Is highly unfair to our chid- been derelict and remiss in the performance of his official duties in that he has B. All police officers for the City of Starke should be required to individually!
Jury Investigation to show that some reo or others to expect them to perw directly or lostered. or encouraged the existence of certain execute an oath of office upon their employment by the CIty Commission:
tftTtble or sinister activities have form in such an atmosphere, after detestable conditions in the manner set forth below: C. A written policy manual should be developed setting forth job descriptions
been going on within the Starlte PolIce they have worked for months to 1. Chief Bowen has continued the employment of high-ranking officers, who for each officer, including those 01 rank higher than patrolman. Incorporated in
DtpartmenL'bt'n the Grand Jury prepare a good program. with knowledge of the Chief and even acting at hIS direction violated the this manual, provisions should be set forth staling the standards for promotion
finally reported the citizens of Brad- TIK' auditorium is the only building laws of this State in that they engaged in the indiscriminate wholesale destruc- of each officer to the next rank. Each officer should be evaluated by standard
ford County find out that the Police In the county that can accommodate a tion 01 stray animals in the communIty by use of a firearm with little or no job performance criteria, on a St'mi.annual basis
Chief is charged with allegedly order. large crowd and when we are forced regard for the safety 01 the citizenry, D. TIle Chief of Police should designate an officer or a civilian employee!
ing hIS men to shoot a dog over four to use it for events that require that 2. In regards to an officer who baa committed. offenses unbecoming a police Records Custodian for the Department. This employee should have sole respensibility -
years ago and that even further back type building it is embarrassing and officer and In flagrant violatioWbf the laws of this) state specifically, theft or' for the care and matntenahteJahd general tel ltfos1tnvolvt'd in the
than that one of the officers of the a detrIment to the morale 01 the entire, merchandise while pntendlftgto a burglary crime scene of P business LiII Iit! establishment, d pel'pt.'t\l8tion'.oe rn'jI.1 eltieitnJ i ",cords ket'pmg
Slarke Police Department is accused community establlshmentl'and having co tthese acts to t tbk Bowen laittemcer "'" system: Thhtrteerds'kystistti!: sh0ur4 no 1ii sin1 ly for bin.... case files ilut
01 stealing se\'eral packs of cigarettes. We IIIIMrstand the School Board was "discipJined" by a sUlpt'N iqn ,with full pay This action was taken some should include aU records'Of the Police Department not excepting those ionneeted -
If In fact these events occurred has approved a program of art, four or five years after the incident "was made known to Chief Bowen and only with finance personnel and evidence history. The Chief of Police should
I am not condoning them but t music and drama as a part or the then after the State Attorney's Office confronted the Chief with their knowledge designate an officer as Evidence Custodian. This officer should not be Involved
think it should be understood that the school program and we commend of the Incident. This Grand Jury finds such a trifling reaction on the part of the in any way with property owned by the City of Slarkt" Such orrict'r'li sole ctfn-
accusations are being denied by the you for your insight In including this Chief overwhelmingly unconscionable cern should be the establishment and maintenance of a custodial system
parties allegedly in\"OIved. as a prt 01 our children's education 3. Chief Bowen has directly) encouraged: and condoned the despicable policy of whereby all evidentiary property acquired by the Starke Police Department
I understand from talking to But we certainly must provide them selective law enforcement by requesting officers to void traffic citations and will be properly numbered logged and can be accounted for or produced: in
reliable sources that up until approximately with a sUitable place to show the avoid arresting prominent citizens in the community and their family court at any and all times by said Evidence Custodian. It Is absolutely impna'
three yeas ago or less. Brad- fruits of their labors members. : live that the present system of individual evidence lockers and I sometimes I'm
ford County had only a local part time We realize that the cost of complete f. Chief Bowen bas placed a monthly quota of arrests on each patrolman and officers to one locker) be abandoned and that all evidence seized by Statke
assIStant state attorney who worked renovation of the auditorium would shift supervisor. applying pressure" and threats 01 reprimand and possible Police Officers be deposited ill the custody of said Evidence Custodian ':
probably be out of the question right for failing to meet This often Said Evidence Custodian should be the also)
less than one full day a week with only suspension quotas. subjects citizens: to unfounded designated by Chief of Police to
a part-tune s< anon another assistant state attorney a program to begin some improve- to harass the individual arrested and waste the tn dollar. various crime laboratories. The above procedure will not only eliminate the
would! bE< sent over from the GainE'S' ments that would make the building a 5. White officers are actively discouraged by the Chief from making routine possibility of evidence being lost or otherwise "misplaced" but will also rt.iultan
yule office to assist the local part tIme little more presentable right now: patrols through areas of predominantly black population. This policy obviously the proper disposal of firearms and contraband at the time prosecutionceases.
assistant state allorney. I. Replace stage curtains, subjects the CItizens or Starke's black community to a lub-standard quality of :
Now we have a local state at. 2. Repair stage lights law enforcement in violation of every concept of equal protection for their tax E. In order to ensure the proper exercise of the above procedure the GrJnd
tOl"l\"S office that is staffed with Iwo 3. Reflllish stage floor, dollars.S. Jurors recommend thai an audit 01 the Police Department records and seized
full time assistant state attorneys a 4. Arrange agreement with Va- In violation 01 Section 3-3 or the Code of Ordinances for the City of Starke. evidence be performed annually by an agency or firm not affiliated with Jht"
::; full tune investigator and two full Tech Horticulture Dept, to provide Sunday liquor sales go unrestrained only In the black popuJatioo areas of the city municipality of Starke and that said audit be published to the City C"ommis.on;
= time secretaries. In addition to the live plants to be used at concerts nd with full knowledge of officers in the Department. upon completion. in public session as to any irregularities :
= fn'e-mfltlber'staff 01 the local State other programs. 7. Chief Bowen has knowingly allowed officers to continue In their employment F The provisions of the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of '
: -1I0MIf')'s office I think it is impor- There are four special events who have knowingly and willfully engaged In conduct specifically designed Statutes 112.532. should be strictly adhered to in considering any disciplinada
:: last to note that Eugene Whit.-orth. scheduled before the end of the school to barrass other officers during the performance 01 their official dutiehas .lie action against an officer for alleged misconduct. :
:: our elected state attorney- and Ken yt'ar: two band concerts: on May and in addition, knowingly allowed officers to remain in positions 01 top leader G Minutes should be taken at staff meetings and reduced to writing In pro t'l'
= Hebert,the So I assistant state attorney. :May 25. a chorus concert on June I. ship who have admittedly discharged firearms within the city limits without form too be maintained by Records Custodian. All general orders directives and
i both spent numerous days assis- and performanc by the Alachua Justification; 9 crime under the laws of this state and municipal ordinances of memorandums issued by the Chief 01 Police should be in writing distributisJ to
= tlr.g the local state aUomey's office in County Youth Orchestra on May 8.We this city. each officer and maintained bv each officer.
= the In'esttgation 01 the Starke Police respectfully request the School Board I. The records system utilized by the Department is anywhere from inadequate 11. As a bare minimum the Department should provide for the officers us.. a
= Department take action to comply with thee archaic and out of date. to aon-existent. current set of Ionda Statutes as they become available on an annual baslk
:: It .ouJd appear to me on its facethat recommendations before these clatt'S. 9.Chief Bowen mused to purchase current editions of the Florida Statutes on I. Jt is incumbent upon each officer to ensure that his. conduct: is ahwe
= our local State Attorneys office an annual basis even though it is absolutely essential that all officers In the reproach and each officer should whatever steps necessary to avoid et-en
.: IS o\'ff-5uffed and apparently bas Sincerely.Phyllis 'Department have easy access to the most recent changes in the criminal code the appearance 01 impropriety. '
very httletodowith their time except Carver 01 this State.lo.Oiief J. In order to avoid racial discrimination or the appearance then'Ol. the
Bowen severely erred In Judgement by trading property purchased municipality of Slarlte should be separated into gengraphicat areas with
with city money with that of his own. To be more specific a MW door ordered specific boundaries for purposes of routine patrol These areas should be termed -
II UCI Guard Comes Home for the Police Department was traded with one then presently utilIZed at the ones and each zone should have a numerical ol"'aIph.1bt.'Ilcul dl-siKnat
Chit'fs a-tle. He has in addition transferred to his private residence firearms Patrol officers should be rotated< through these zones on a monthly basis.so that.
I = David sham., a Cnion Crrrectiorul While talking with a Telegraph and other property recovered in the investigation of past cases. There has in each offICer will be thoroughly familiar with, all segments of the l"ilv.
: Institution guard came home reporter. Tuesday Nham mentioned genera been a misuse of evidence obtained in cases in that the Chief and some K. The Starke Police Department should vigorously enforce: all state laws 8ndcilyordinances
I z; Tuesda -. April 17. after spending 28 that his birthday was March 2S. other officers a. times have C'OI'I\'ft1ed it to their own personal use.II.While relating to the sale and consumption: of alcoholic beverages in
= days I III 5haods Teaching Hospital in "1 don't remember getting hit: not required to do 50 ai an elected official Chief Bowen has made all areas of the City
= Gaant'S"alk c. and his family gathered Nham said of the incident which absolutely no effort in the last six years to obtain for himself any training in the L. I. should be the policy ol the Police Department to fora and all arrest and
for a covered dish suppt'I' to celebrate: occurred while he was calling roll elementary principles of law enforcement through the basic:courw adopted by preliminary investigative reports to the SlatItOl'nt'.s office w ithen 2-1 hours
I C bas Homecoming. '1"he people in the hospital kept say- the Florida CommISSion on Police Standards and Training. These courses are after an incident and inform the Slate AUortIf'Y'/Nficeof the< maximum period
Xewham n. 01 Starke was supervising ing I was, dying." readily available at Santa Fe Community College Police Academy of time that will be reqUIred to provide a follow up investigative ....port, It
50 01'GO inmates the morning 01 The former prison guard said he'd 12.There has been a sporadic breakdown in the cooperation: with the Office of .should not be a policy 01 the Police Department for an officer at the end of his
I E March 21 then he was bit in the back slept for seven days after brine Eugene T. Whit."Orth. State Attorney .or the Eighth Judicial Circuit in that shift. to leave the Station before his arrest and preliminary investigative
E of the head with a lead ppe by an in- brought to the hospital but now says some officers frequently do not timely forward essential arrest reports that are reports have been completed.
male Frank Evans 21. M'n-mg a 12 he's ready to start practicing karate critical: the successfui: prosecuhon any case TIns creates a situation where M. In the unlikely event that an officer should find it absolutely nl'C'c.'SSry te
s ear assault and robbery sentence. again- black belt martial arts expert the State Attorney's Office must drop the case or utilize scarce: tax dollars to void a traffic citation it is recommended by the Grand Jury that a letter be written .
J = has been charged with aggravated New ham was scheduled to go to subpoena the officer in for testimony thereby interfering IIIolth his on or Off duty stttmg the reason for the.orlicer's actions that a copy of the letter be main-
:: assasdt battery and battery of a law Miami ill July for a karate tournament time: when in so many cases a sh9rt narrative report would suffice. ed by the ofrr. a copy be placed in the Departments file and thai a ropy he
'. = enforcement offJ'ft' and is currently: 13,5ince first elected in 19i3, Chief Bowen has yet to written forwarded to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to ac.'CtII'I1-
; = in AdmiJIiRrat1\Confinement.Newham "I feel fantastic." N-haJn said policies: concerning standard operating procedures de\.t'IE5et Job pany the vOided citation.N. .
= 's doctors stated that Tuesday, "1 got to ride around in the descriptions: appear to be OOIH'xltent and there is a ol-anv The Grand Jury finds it 10 be 01 critical importance thaI all officerS lake
C regulated rests nn important at car today that tickled me to death- method or procedure for promotlOl1 of officers within the Department: neither advantage 01 the refresher programs on Police Standards and Training that an
E this time for his complete: recoerry. and. I I-v got all my memory back." is there any provision for scheduled Job performance e\"aluatJonS There is apo readily available in this area In order to ensure the Department stays abreast
E .. patently no official incentive for the upgrading of certification of each of the newest developments in police procedures and law enforcement techniques -
I :: employee through semisrs.orkshops.or college cn'Chts. 'J'1Ko GrandJury has By utilizing these educational opportunltit'S. officers may maintain the
,cPlo \\ttAntUNI) learned that the Slate of Florida has initiated a program which has been available potential 10 consistently: provide.op-quallty law enforcement 10 the citizens 0:
n tail A> for the past several years hereby police offices may take refresher thIS commuruty In addition. the City Commission may wish to consider some
o to courses upgrading and improving their skills and knowledge on a continuing sort ol salary incentive as added Inducement for officerS to take advantage 0-
: > wilrgr: l1j basis. These caunes: are readily a\.ilable in this ana and the Slate of Florida these refresher courses In trainang. __
i vewee N wif compensate the offices: for taking such courses,The Starh Police Depart. O. Having reviewed the findings of this Grand Jury In its Investigation 01 the
O mftIl harder the direction 01 Chief 01 Police Jimmy Bowen has not encouraged: allegations contained hen. ,.-e. the members 01 the Grand Jury of Bradforc
; a its officers to and themselves of this opportunity County Florida. hereby call upon he Governor of tIw'Siate' of Florida to 1m
I: Qf7.10H .... MILLER H.111n'e Is little or no accountabdity: for evidence c such as firearms and narcotic medaately exercise his authority under Article IV Section 7.or the Constitution
Boa G. FERGUSON JOHN
contraband' procuI'nd by offices during the performance 01 their duties. of the Slat of Florida and Section 112.51 or the Florida Statutes, to'suspena
i Publishers Officers are apparently allowed wide discretion as to what evidence: should be from office Chief 01 Policejiritmy Bowen and take such steps as are necessar,.
f i turned over to the Department "Evfdence Custodian" contrary to aU recognezed to assure. the appointment 01 a qualified person to the office 01 Chief of Police o
f principles 01 police procedure. furing Chief Bowen's tease ana up Starke F1orid.I. until ouch time as the vacancy-can be permanency filled a:
Published each Thursday and entered os second Close Matter tbrouCh March 01 this year proper procedure: has never been followed eoncerD-: provided law. The Honorable Eugene T Whitworth State Attorney 01 chi
l 'i ot th8 Post Off. ic. at Sloriie Flo.. wider Act 01 Moth 3.I meat to disposition 01 fll"l'arms confiscated: by the City Police Depart- Eighth .1udidal Circuit of roOrida. is hereby requested to prepare on behalf 0
181'9. n arrest.pursuant to Florida Statutes m.OIL The same Is true for this Grand Jury. a letter t. the appropriate-authorities setting forth tho
'j \ .' .. firearms round abandoned discarded: or otherwise left in the hands of the recommendations 01 this Grand Jury;.and appending thereto a copy of'Iii
I 6'i 5ubsrriptign rot. In trode area.$9 Per Y8Ot $5 Six Months.., Starke Police Department and not reclaimed by the CN1Ief' Chapter 790 01
Outside trade area S10 Per Year: S5.so: Six Months. Florida Statutes requires that a0 such weapons coming into the Departmentscustody ifs request the Clerk of this Court file this presentment and report in tho
must within a specified period 01 tiMe' be turned over to the Sheriff 01 minutes of this Court and forward a Certified cop to the following represenU
1 & i .- this et city as CUSfo-'l-- for the State ol FJorida. Testimony presented to this lives of the news media:The Bradford ,TIle Gaipiesv lle Sun
>' Phan.9aE Stork.. FIoridoLIIl. Grand Jury iDdicatft that this procedun! bas never been followed certainly DOt The Florida-Times Union. and WPXE ;: ,,'
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; :more' SChOI, BQ, :l1dl t.JJ"MJMMt!; ''hHmliI1Hf.IIJnH'! I. '>VI j ''J, :; f : ,:J .. : > 5'
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limited to as 'an antl-inflation i;i : r' a person without,)l&t( ;:person'II request ney that If aft 1aAWtntoi'at" "r"wKh"' ,.( McKtafM* .s..":measure f' '! ... I? sub : : more experience wanted Soutlwide. It Casey's plan of plmwitrawrt as- |..
..f "Our admlniatra'4ve. salaries are j'!I f"'iiW m j j editthPtaecond McKinney said..he' moved" ,' from would go to the man wJUj tl*mart R5.perienoe. { to tofJl I I I0fti5paltiBrft It will be the ;
*pretty high anyway,whether anybody ,. I eren&"' i 'uJ5 t ( Souihside Elena .;1 ,I' .f' i" ( i '
wants to admit it or not," said chairman 'alary ftqu ""thom.I, this year at the al McKinney Mid he wants to be *n slnee'-MTO' and the fourth atSwSS* '' 'I
",-.. Pannenter.I kadopuWtiiM&! said, becau rioir assistant principal at the highsfefiool school board m. I 11II elementary princlpel, but that he can since 1977. i i
The school board cannot stop*promotion have Mm possible to make I I, would go to the prtectoalahip and Mrs Spender laid they tat ap stay In the middle school and do a I:
: except on grounds of lack of Kiss of salary at the mlddii school! ;; UteKlnney proached McKinney Sod alfcp to good Job. McKinney know abut how: *)*
Uthaideetwice'and :1
certification or moral terpltude, but ;S. accused Casey of mak- would' return to Southaide Bemen- take the middle school prlrtclpafihip. mm' been principal 1 &, did salary. lncrMMr. :
.... can block a change in schools on the on the basis tary Francis would still move toStarke McKinney said there Is a difference in has recruited some two-thirds of quest, said chairman Parmenttr as fc,
I 'same level, both Casey and attorney of money. "You're using salary as the Elementary and Santanglnl to accepting a job and In activelyeek1i .the teachers there.SFCC the subject was closed. ... I
'"Woibert said. Casey told the school criteria board ing it. "
main the chairman Brooker."I ; "
I 'hoard. It would have more control of said. McKinney said he agreed to go to .. ; \. Diagnostic Testing April 23 at BUS I

I .', schedule appointments on his new salary The board, on a motion by Mrs. wish we would have some recommendations the middle school only after agonizing Santa Fe will also be administering testing here do not have to keep any..::.'
I which uses lateral transfers Spongier' seconded: by Parrish. took with some good solid over the decision for a week \t diagnostic testing for new students appointments to take the test at the
". Gaskins At that point,board member Arthur the administrative job list under ad-! justification behind them" said McKinney said he came to the April 23 at 9:30: a.m. at Bradford High Gainesville
quiet until then, moved to yisement. board member Arthur Gaskins. Monday fully expecting to be Schol. The testa are short and self scoring !
-"accept Supt. Casey's recommenda After the vote, McKinney asked if "Maybe you feel like you've got name principal ,at Southslde AU students planning to attend which gives the student Immediate .i;
Lion for study and take it under ad- Casey would give the job list he would ; valid reasons but, Tom, I can't see Elementary. He said Supt. Casey In- SFCC for the first time this summer feedback as to their level of academic
-1.\visement. Parrish seconded and the have used had the salary increases them," Gaskins told Casey, also dicated at several conferences that he or fall should plan to take these testa ability and readiness. They help the s
t< motion passed unanimously. been approved. Casey said he didn't criticizing the two lists. thought McKinney could return to to determine what English and Math student and his academic advisor to
..-. ,: Casey said his job assignment care,If the board wanted the list read. Casey repeated he has never placed Soulhslde. Casey said he told McKin- courses to take. Those who take the schedule the best coursesQuestion
> recommendations
were made strictly [
." am seniority In the county. He said
each of the 18 administrators were more Bowen Pleads from page 1 ----------

job. He stressed he did not place Rhoden's petty larceny charge con- suspended Capt. Rhoden and Lt. Den- Answer: Chief BowenNo, I've ElwellHave you at any time ever : Eugene Whitworth- ,
anybody not in a job slot the employee did cerns the theft of cigarettes and cash ton DeVoe on March 2. never given anybody an order like given an order like that? mayor doesn't run your department. (
request, although principals with valued under $100 from a vending DeVoe was not charged by the that.
machine at Kentucky Fried Chicken grand jury,and was re-Instated to his BowenNot to my knowledge and BowenNo well, the City Council
fllKUKAUfrOKOCOUNTYTELEGRAPH restaurant in June, 1974. former post. A state attorney's office ElwellYou did not. Would you ad- I'm sure I didn't. orders me...
Assistant State Attorney Len spokesman said DeVoe will be a mit or deny that your order was said t '
Register said all charges will be triedIn state's witness in the June 4 trial in the presence of at least three individuals ElwellDid you at any time In Whitworth- not the mayor. .
I'ublinhpd every Thursday county court except Bowen's per- "' with your department? January of 197$ either immediately .
at 1:1.: W.Call Street jury charge, which will remain in circuit The i following i conversation,recorded before, at the same time or after the BowenYeah, but I run It. You
Starke, Florida 32091 court. March 30, was listed in the grand Bowen-1 would never give an order shooting of the Kelly dog on the 22nd know, if I tell one of them to Jump off :
The Indictments end a two-month jury's indictment for perjury against like that of January,1975, ever inform officers the top of the building, he'd be crazy .
Second Clans postage paidat investigation of the city police depart- Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen: that you would provide them am- to do It, sir' though you know If he ",
Starke.FloridaSubscription ment by State Attorney Eugene Whit- Question: Mr. Tom ElwellLet me ElwellAre you saying that you munition and equip a twenty-two knows he's broken the law to do .
b.:.; worth's office. The local state at- ask you a few more questions. Is it not never gave an order like that in calibre rifle to be ,used for that something, he shouldn't do It. He's a
..... : Hairs: torney's office received a sworn state- correct that before the shooting of theJ. January of 1975 specific purpose, shooting or maim trained policeman, well trained,
htf I In trade area: $9 per ment of allegations against the police R. Kelly dog on the 23rd of Januaryor Bowen- No. If I give an order like ing animals? Yes or no? through the Police Standards. He
.', year;S3(ix months department while investigating a the evening of the 22nd of January that, they wouldn't carry it out knows what the law is. He knows If '
.- separate narcotics case. The allegations 1975, that you formally gave orders to anyway. They ought to have better Bowen- No. he's violated it and If he's violated it- 1
...... Oulsidetradeareatl0peryear : were forwarded to the police your police officers to shoot dogs, sense than to do it. I wouldn't carry an you know, if I tell somebody to do
: I.V.Ifl nix months department, and Chief Bowen stray dogs in the community? order out like that. -_. something you know, Its' not right to
Bowen-1 don't remember it. I didn't tell them, if I tell them'and they know
II give the order like that. I'm sure I It's wrong, they shouldn't violate It.
didn't give the order like that. I do Whitworth- you are saying you
: remember Mr. Schaeffer when he deny giving the order.
: was mayor saying, you know, "I want
[r9.6271 you to stop I'm catching so much Bowen- deny giving,it, but, you Ii
heck at night I want you to stop these know, if I should, they shouldn't do It. :
And he outside. I
dogs was Whitworth- understand that, but
remember being outside. He says, "I
are denying ever that
don't care what you have to do,even if you order. you gave
you have to shoot them," but I don't
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Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ter- James E. Lawson and daughterKim
wlUewr at Lake Brooklyn in Keystone of Jacksonville and Tony Lawsonof I.
Heights this past Saturday to Gainesville visited their mother, '(
Wednesday was Mr. Terwillegar's Mrs. Mildred Lawson Downing of
sister, Mrs. Virginia Parsons of Starke. They all had Easter dinner
Miami. with Mr.and Mrs. H. F. Parmenter of
mntere5t
possIblep Starke.

Mr.and Mrs.John Sanford and sons Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs of ,
of Orlando spent Easter weekend Gainesville spent the weekend with ,
:" visiting Mr. Sanford's mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey. f
!. Pauline Griffis and other. relatives in
Starke. Vickie Turner of Belle Glade spent
+ Thursday to Saturday with her
Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa was mother Mrs. Janet Turner. Her
'oj 111\( \ } ,u, ,Thursday.Ux. Sunday, Ruest-of her. sister,,ClaireTurner,: returned with
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: r I ; t i t.I : ,' ..:;::, ::;; ,, ..daughter.and.family.,Mr.,and.Mrs.,.,."' her for,a Saturday to Tuesday: yisit.iw .
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;; '' '' '>I n' dz r .'T i !;: )+!"JI.j George Flynn, Jr. 'ximunmn/-> >, : '
r: uaMiss nancy Lee brlQ ew'yorCity; ::
Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Chitty and son was weekend guest of her grandparents :,
!. Byron spent last week visiting Mr. and Mrs E, J. Dowling.
relatives Including Mr. and Mrs.
: Glenn Johnson in Woodbridge, Va. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper were I
They all visited points of interest in Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and '
Washington D. C., Harpers Ferry Mrs. Marvin Stewart in LaCrosse.
Va. and Williamsburg, Va.
possibletirne Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mrs.
Alice Meister of Orlando spent the
DUPLICA BRIDGE weekend with E. L. Matthews and

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.:. NO BANK OR SAVINGS AND LOAN Bride Tuesday night. Dolly Kunig
Enclosed my check for $ Wrenshall were second and Mr. and Mrs. W.S.Haas visited Mr.
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Bradford High's Tornado nine fell a couple of other Bradford yens efrikequts! tftd< saw G below the .900 level with I tauws to hoping !In Keystone Urn summer then control!..i; Bradford1! rb for
rf Keystone Heights and Buchhoh last so loll latest chapter of the the last three ini 'ngs.

week but a Tuesday night home win net' ; was an emotional rwilrius....**'

over Clay County pumped BHS back pne-until KH put a lock on the nxrrrrrrr w.eIf It-OI.ra...AI....,..t).
up to an even keel at 9-9 with five decision at least. W/M _.1xM..14NN-M w..Mo0..lxN.. Wewh
regular season games to go. Stovall had much to do with the In ._. M.rw.r. IIN.
.. .. The Tornadoes stopped day 4at dian's 18th win in 24 games. The lefty
Bradford Field after bet :'i muuped didn't permit an extra base hit and Buchholi4-BIIS3
by Keystone. 8X1 and Bu3tf a.pliast struck out 11 in running his mound
'" week '. *. ,>, record to 6-0 for the season At bat he Buchholz leveled the Tornadoes
,. BIISnaj".t '.0. '1 cracked two hits and drove In a cou record at 8-8 with a 4-3 win In
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f i 'This was a big. big wfaA Vm- pIe of runs one on a booming triple to Gainesville Thursday.AprtHX
".'rn" '' 'r 7svw: "r .. r r++r .a phasized BHS coach Mike Hartley right field In the fifth. Bobcat lefty Corkv-Tlvers came on

Rr 'w Mwrlw ,. RI after the win over the' Green Cove Tornado ace: Scott Allen,a loser for in relief to win his sixth game againstone
L t s'1Y Springs school "I told 'em bMvrehe only the second time against eight loss with a four inning stint that
game that they had!Edt worrying to wins this allowed hits wasn't overpowering but was enoughto
just eight
!" :;t' '. sr .n 4 .5'A TU. 1" ..11 + Sd3't '' .;. -0-. ',- "..' --- much about theecord.. I said we're but three year were for extra bases and the do the job. His bag of off-speed '
Tornado Golf Tram playing baseball to have fun so lets do Indians had runners on base in everyat curves quick breaking pitches and i

I Szati.tida. Tammy Po. II. Golf Coach Uarnty Adklnton. Chert Urighl. 1 aanna Mundorff, Joey Un..... Craig that .and tonight we" were a lot looser bat scoring in five of the seven inn- fastballs had Bradford off balance \
Rr}a.. Richard faun.Bradford. than re have been. Ings. They took the lead in their first after he had early control problems.The .
"ne Tornadoes managed just two up with Bob Hemme doubling over 6-3 Buchholz junior came on in
'its off 6'8" Blue Devil pitcher Kevin Bill the fourth inning with the score Ml
Coodge's head in left and scoringon
I High> Golfers Finally Bust Loss String Gainey (the basketball star) but still Chuck Dickinson's single.A after Larry Lyons had shut BHS out
:scratched: out the four runs and walk an error andIark through the first three frames. Walks

II had been a long time coming but had out-shot Gainesville Eastside bya Tornado sophomore Joey Herres- played"J> big-play defense to win. Pridgen's single racked up two more to Scott Allen and Randy Parado setup
i I: Bradford High's golf team finally whopping 178-201 margin on the fired an even-par{ 36 to lead BHS to the that was this our pitching for and defense Indian runs in the second. BHS' Nor BHS' first score. After a passed
won us-the
snapped' its 13 match losing streak friendly fairways of Starke Golf and first-time win. Junior Richard Gaines game same thrup made the first of five stellar ball advanced the runners Dwayne
that had
last we-in the final week' of regular Country Club. Gainesville Buchholz came in at 40 with Craig Bryan at SO started things out the won for" us when we defensive plays behind the plate when McBride singled off the first
season play won,, the tri-match with a 168 total but and Luanna Mundorff at S3 in the vic Two season. Hartley said. he peeled a pop-up off the fence to baseman's glove to aorta Allen.
Well we. ruined my perfect the single win was enough for BHS tory. plays in particular saved the strand two KH runners in the third inning Dinky Kilby and Bill Goodge then
for
record joked BHS golf coach after a season of frustration ending day the home side. In the sixth inning but the visitors scored again in drew walks to force Parado accross.
blarney' Adkinson after the Tornadoes with a 1-14 record. Tuesday afternoon the Tornadoes Clay tied the count 2-2 and had the fourth and added two more talliesin Buchholz tied the count 2-2 in the
I hosted Palatka and Lake but runners at second and third with one the fifth to make it 6-0. PinchhitterSam bottom of the fourth and then pickedup
\ City out. A suicide squeeze bunt attemptwas In the fifth when
Adkinson chose not to field entire Sibley singled home KH'sseventh two more runs
Earn Your team against the powerful an visitors popped to the third base side,justin and eighth runs in the top of loser Kenny Clark,2-4,walked a man
reach of diving Tornado pitcher the last. and sacrifice and
with a scheduled to load the bags a :
tourney for that
Kenny Clark who gloved the ball and
afternoon on the Starke Her The Tornadoes had their best scoring botched run-down attempt allowedtwo
res and Gaines in course.foursome whirled a throw to third for an inning opportunities early in the game. Bobcats to score.
played
High School with Palatka's Billy Tuten a( ending double play. After Bradford Randy Parado beat out an infield While the Buchholz bats were coming
c Diploma ) winner of the Strawberry Invitational runaway regained the advantage with a two single with one out in the first. Kenny to life Livers was becoming more
tourney in Starke) and Greg Burns run sixth Clay threatened again in Clark two for three for the game, effective. He allowed just two hits
their last at bat. With
runners at first
punched a Texas league single to over the last three innings with Doug
Herres again was low medalist with and second and nobody out Gainey right field but Parado thought the ball Reddish's long inside/ -the-park home
By Taking The GED Tests. ApplicationsFor his second straight even par round skied a towering fly ball to right field. would be caught and was forced at second run to center accounting for BHS'
while Gaines eagled hole number five Speedy Tornado right fielder Dwayne base. Moments later Stovall had third run. Reddish poled the round
to come in with Burns at 38.Tuten had McBnde chased down the drive at the Clark picked off first but the speedy tripper, his second of the season,
The GED Tests Are Being Taken At his first bad day at SG and CC in awhile 370 mark caught it, and pegged the Tornado shortstop faced down to se straight over the center fielder's
with a 40. Palatka shot ISO as a ball to second baseman Randy cond base for a stolen base. He died head, rolling the ball near the fence: of

The Bradford Union Area Vocational team with Lake City scoring a 154. Parado at who third relayed to get to the Jeffery advancing Norman there man. as Stovall fanned Jeffery Nor- the ballpark.huge Northwest Boy's Club

Technical Center. The Deadline Is BHS was to have visited Eastside who Clay surrendered runner. After a hit batter Clark, In the BHS second Northrup's sky- Only other serious Tornado threat
five hits in
Tuesday, April 24. to close out the his just run ball fly to left was dropped and Allen came in the second inning against
mound mark
ning to 3-1 struck
regular.season but that contest was out singled to give the Tornadoes runners Lyons when Keith Northrup and Allen
the last
April 30,1979.Call 96 -6150 For Information. cancelled so the Tornadoes are game's hitter at first and third but Northrup was singled with one out and advanced on
through as a team. Gaines and Herres Clay had scored first in their Initialat caught off third on a sacrifice bunt at a Parado bunt. Two strikeouts left
Examinations are Scheduled will compete for individual honors at Clark bat mowed on an error the Blue and a double but tempt and Dwayne McBride's deep' empty-handed..
Devils down
in
the District Golf Tournament the middle liner to right center was run down by Bradford's leading hitter, Jeffery
: May 7 And May 8 May 9 And May 10 scheduled for Thursday, April 26, at the bottom innings.of the BHS first went as Randy aheadin KH's Carl Hagglund so Bradford Norman,struck out three times in the
Willow Lakes in Jacksonville.Gaines Parado walked and knocked again came up empty. loss to end a 12 game hitting streak.
was [in
last year's surprise district individual Norman led off the BHS fourth witha -rrrarlrrrrr.a..rrusar.
From 1:00: 2:45: p.m. From 6:00: with one out when Jeffery Norman .
p.m.7:45: champion carries a 38.5 stroke single but a pair of Stovall -4 n
tripled to left. Norman then scored on
into defense of his individualtitle
3:00: 4:45: p.m. 8:00: p.m. 9:45: average while Herres par-matching efforts right.Keith Northrup's sacrifice: fly to

down of to last about week 40 for chopped holes his average Adkin Clay tied the game on two walks BHS Softball Girls Get I
6:00.7:45: p.m. May 11 nine and a bloop single before Clark's dou Second Win
son said.The district tourney is an 18 ble
play ended their sixth frame. BHS
8:00: 9:30: p.m. From 9:00: 10:30: hole event with Palatka and Lake City then clawed back into the lead with Bradford's Lady Tornadoes doubled threatened after that in losing a tense
figuring to battle along with Orange their win total for the with a
year
Northrup and Clark scoring runs in game to the Lady Rams at Eastside
Park for top team honors. the fifth without benifit of a hit. Four 23-10 crunching of Gainesville Oak Friday.

Clay errors gave BHS the. winning Hall Monday. afternoon.
runs. '- ...ii i j ,V We almost had a fight over there it
NoimaridbnG. ; ; for';threVg: "'i&tlefthis The BHS girls improved their won- !r,8. : 1Iqy. .".nhkClrtfJwsllid'Their'
= r team-leading batting averaga at (shwa/madR-rtea.U+ rvtn J8fter guru were talking!trash..the whole
474. Kilby had the Tornadoes only losing to Gainesville Eastside 28-8 game and our girls spent more time
other hit. Friday afternoon in Gainesville."We getting mad at that than playing."

a.lrrnrr, -tMS Because of the near incident between
just hit the ball like a rock
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frrrrl.- the two teams in Gainesville ad
Monday. noted BHS Coach Jerry
ministrators from the two schools
McGriff, adding up 27 hits for the
have agreed to scratch the
K1I8-BIIS game
Lady Tornadoes. A nine run fifth Inning -
Sophomore Clark: Stovall rappedtwo keyed the win as every Bradford scheduled for next week between the
hits and fired a five-hitter to leada teams.
starter had at least one hit and one
solid class Keystone Heights' scored in the decision.
run In
Friday's Parrish and Cin
Dine to an 8-0 romp over the Tornadoes game
.- in Starke Saturday night Terri Parrish clubbed five hits in dy Alderman both had two hits in
The win kept the Indians sizzling six at bats including a homer and two three at bats.

g along with 14 wins in their last 16 triples and Phyllis Cuffee was four for BHS will travel to St. Augustine for
: games and punctured the hopes of the five with two home runs for BHS. a double-header of sorts next Tuesday
Tornadoes and a good Saturday night Dawn also had four hits in five trips April 24 to close out the regular
crowd at the BHS field. Two Tor while Linda Sawyer went three four season. The regular game will be
nadoes, seniors Dinky Kilby and four and Dana Cooper three four five followed by the completion of an
Keith Northrup, play with the in the win. earlier game postponed by rain. The
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Keystone players on the KH The Lady Tornadoes scored five AAA district tourney is set for May 3-4
Qc American Legion 1 baseball team with times in the first inning but rarely in Starke.

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uL9_ ; Water's & Businessmen Making Men's League 2 Horse RaceIt's

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still early! In its season I but the. with a 15-5 win over LWCI Monday Senior Boys 18-18 year old team, both had two hILt, one a .hisser for LWCI 1.
Starke Men's Open""11 1 '{ night after handling! the Senior Boys with 1-2 record The Rebels are 0-2 while LawmiceVrrtrfa. legfMNlout anInsjMHherpar I
hone race M-7 Thursda The Buslrwesmen I with LWCI 0-3 fourTiagiJar. ftthe
Water's 'at.llldoztnjl and the rkal were just a hall game out of Ant at 34: Water'was down l-> to LWCI after loser )
Businessmen running away f the after crunching the Misfits 27-B Mon- three inning* Monday night but the In their seven run win over the
rest of the six team field day night and topping LWCI 154 loop leader? taD*' Sght runs in the Senior Boys 10 of 11 Water' ..tenhit
Both Water's and the Businessmen Wednesday. April 11. fourth I inning and held LWCI to nine safely with Tommy Wise' 1....118 ,
took two wins in play last week In other action last week the Misfit hits in the win. Brad Johns and Don- off the batting order with three --.st.. .
(preceding their Wednesday.April is took their first win of the season, 12-4 nie Wise were both two for three for Brad Johns and Larry Mercer ""h
showdown) to remain undefeated. over the Rebels Wednesday. That win the winners with Johns and Jim Lewis stroked two hits with a double aplifce. f..
Water's ran its 1979 league card to 4-0 tied them for third place with the cracking home run. Ralph WrightDomino's Jerry Blalock. Steve Griffls. Chub i

Johnson and At Chapman had two V

1.-- Florida Bank Grab Woman's Softball Victories hits for the loser .

I '. The Businessmen scored 20 runs in f:
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I The Domino* and Florida Bankjumped their first two at bats and had 24 hits
nvq; into the early Women's Open In easing past the Misfits but had to
;' Softball League lead with easy wins come back to beat LWCI. Down 2-4 at
't k : : r ,'. \\ \ Monday night. the midway point the unbeaten I'
The defending league champ Businessmen erupted for 13 runs In ,
1 Domino's held Bradford Furniture to their last three at bats to beat LWCI r
two hits in a 27.1 three inning win In 159. Billy McRae was a perfect four .
t tu Monday' second game. Before that for four while Don Sprow went two for 1
I ,. Florida Bank dumped Broughton's three and Gene Tanner tripled In the '
? 41 1 I't 4 % Ya Bullets 13.3.Sheila win. Ralph Wright pounded two home (
Forsyth went three for three runs for LWCI which also got three j
the two-hitter for the hits from John Wright and two from j
Dominoes. Karen Norman was also Eddie Morgan.Bill Jj
three for three with three runs scoredfor j
the winners while Cassandra Rattllff was four for four in the '
Johnson had two hits In two trips and Businessmen's win over the Misfits ",
Linda Lee and Kathy Whitehead were with Ronnie Thomas four for five. '
both two for three. Sheryl Jacobsene Larry Brown three for four (with a
and Denise Thomas had BF's hits. homer and two doubles), and Matt .
Francis Coltrane was three for Hull and Tanner three for five. Two ofHull's '
t three and Gloria Sapp Carolyn Redding safeties were roundtrlpper
1 -.-' : ___ I __ __ -., and Harriet Duncan went two
It wan the season's opening game no Shane Johnson at left, and Doug Samons for three in Florida Bank'win. Mary J.J. Wheeler poked two hits in three
at bats for the Misfits in the loss. He
"" of the Meta: look time to talk thing over before batting againit the Braves Tues Felton and Ginny Kllby were one for
had stroked three hits In four at bat
for the Bullet
two
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i, Dm mini ttmrnn '110.......*.. April I*. MwMn tank John Ramsey went four for four and
.raw D..4.'..-d aw.ltt..r.e.n..nw ..".'" Loyd Gilpin three for four in that win
:, Mets and Giants Winners in **** r r _. while
+ >ftr .. Wayne Teston was three for
K ,-....,. April 14. a.dr..e-esr.w PI..1/
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,'. The Chamber of-Commerce Mets The Giants- pounced on Lawtey Gold Florida Bank players cheer themselves on between Innings of a 13-3 women's Ed and Bette Perry, New OwnersOf

beat the Gem Jewelry Braves 8-9 at for 11 runs in the first Inning and won Softball win over Broughton's Bullets Tuesday night. The Starke
Pratt Street while the Giants were a 16-10 three Inning game at the
beating Lawtey Gold 16-10 In Lawtey Lawtey field. Kay Allen.Greg Wilker-
Tuesday night so those two winners son, and Darin Chandler all were two Twins, Lawtey Rangers Claim Opening KOA KAMPGROUND
took the early lead In Starke's Dixie for two with a triple and three runs
I Youth Major Baseball League. scored for the winners.Jason Bennett
The Mets erased a 2-0 Brave lead homered and had three hits in three at Night Minor League Baseball Victoriesthree Proudly Announce Chevron GasolineIs
with a hot finish In winning their openbats with Micole Scott and Ricky
Ing day game Tuesday even though Wells also a perfect two for two. The Lawtey Rangers and Elk's times for the losing Indians Now Available !'!
losing pitcher John David Francis Lodge Twins took opening night wins while Richie Osteen and Bret Bement ,
surrendered Just two hits. A two run Sam Norman, Owen Southerland, and the early lead in Starke* Dixie scored two runs. Osteen cracked a tri .
fourth inning gave the Mets a 3-2 lead and Gerald Owens scored three times Youth Minor Baseball League Monday ple and Jeff Moody doubled for the In- "
and they built it to 6-2 In the fifth for the Lawtey team. Norman blasted night. dians.In '. Discount Price .5
frame and held on for the win. Ron a home run and a double and Carlton The Rangers edged by the the Twins victory Justin '
Willis' double plated two Met runners Johnson doubled for.the losers. Guarantee Federal Indians 12-10 in Williams and Dewey Williams com- Self Service Gas .,%
In the key fifth inning. Stephen Jones The Sonny's Barbeque Dodgers and Lawtey while the Twins were outscor- bined to pitch a one-hitter with only
had doubled for the Mets in the second Lawtey Blue were to open their ing the Bold City Refinishing Phillies their wildness allowing the Phillies to Fully Stocked Convenience Store
and both Willis and Jones scored two seasons up in Lawtey Wednesday. 15-11 at Pratt Street Field in Starke. score 11 times,Tom Watson and Drew '.
runs for the winners. Winning pitcher April 18. Winning pitcher Robert Starling Davis rapped two hits In three at bats '.' L.P. GasComeCampOr
Doug Samons scattered seven Brave u.-,.w.._Cd _... ..I,.,__ and Allen Wood Billy Stroud and 'for the winners while Dude Paladinoand ,
hits. ..lM w .di) Th Tony Hilliard nd Bobbie Boone both .'" I. I..hr ,.....,. M.4 ? I..a.L4 isingled __ Lawtey Rangers with Crews Timmy scored twice apiece. Chuck Coburn
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losers with Francis and Jason Polk In*...<"..L",.r.....to UWMVI W. w4. .,.April the winner' hits in the opener. Hal Barnes and Gary Wise both reached ,
picking up the other Brave safeties 11.0......_-. Wood homered singled, and scored base three times and scored three \
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I ':i Madison Street Gets Wild Win In Men's Chi tirch Softball LeagueBaptist rc- I 7 Days A Week


Lake Baptist Friday was anything but easy. ;The '
> "Madison' Street had the most In'II to Kingsley \
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*.I' run reatlnf'.weelt'winnlng affair1'*Hd IMIfig another1. MS, 'was tothightj/SUndlAgs go ttg'Into Thursday Ings In the see-saw'game but won the j r On May 18, 1866 a five cent ; .. -- ? I
Northside andHope last two Innings!9-4 and the game 17-15 ; coin first In
"j down 1-11 to First Baptist Tuesday April 19, play were: appeared America. U.S. 301 South of Starke
First to keep CB wmless. Bob Schmidt and (i. '
back 3-0 Pine Level 1-1, It was known at a"nickel.,
night at Westside Park but came
Methodist, First Baptist and Madison Richard Hall had two hits for the winners -
d i with nine and
a run fourth then held
while Richard Slade and Chuck
Lake and
Street 1-2. Kingsley 0-2,
on for the 17-16 win. Gary Osteen and Calvary o3.Northside. Leasure had three safeties and G.T. .. .. .. ". ...'-. . .. .." -. .
.. Marty Chastain both had four for live Prevatt two for Calvary which outhit p-- .
nights for the winners with Osteen out 22 hits in five Hope 18-13 in the loss.
banging an inside-the-park home run. banged
innings In their win over First Calvin Pace was three for five and got t MON. THRU FRI. APRIL 23-27,1979
Northslde Baptist won two games Methodist with Terry Sharp slapping the pitching win for MS. Paul Carter ,
last week and Hope Baptist was a win- four hits Stuart Duncan and David was four for four with a triple for FB "
;' ner in its only game of the week as Thigpen getting three apiece and with Ronnie Harris and Bill Geiger If you haven't. Introduced yourself to our new "6 toe .
those two teams remained the only Randy Crews going two for two.Steve both two for three. ., \
unbeaten teams left In the Men's Earnest and Bret Smith had three hits pound burger"*with "more burger than bun,"' there'a

Church Softball League. in three trips for the losers and Pat no better time than right now.' Because seconds are on us. .
Mundorff was two for three. Friday night Kingsley Lake had ,
Northslde bumped Pine Level from turned the tables on MS by holding the Next week when you buy our new size burger we'll give
the unbeaten ranks Thursday, April In their victory over Pine Level losers scoreless In the bottom 01 the you the second one free. ,
r 12. and then clubbed First Methodist Northside shook off a five run first In- seventh to win 7-e. Donnie Crawfordwas And you'll discover this Is a burger that gives '
7 33-8 Tuesday night while Hope ning by the losers. Jimmy Alvarez three for four with a double and you pueenrY
outlasted Calvary Baptist 17-15 Fri- and Lamar Williams were two for triple for KL with Dennis Crawfordand some meat for your money.That lets you bite Into
day night. Those wins left both teams three with two extra base hits each Curtis Crawford two for three. burger with the very first bite.Tender, all beef. So
3-0 with their first meeting not until while Crews was two for two and Ralph Morgan Bob Patterson, and come In. friend.
May 15. Gregory Alvarez poled an Inside the Calvin Pace were all two for three for Bring along a Try our new burger _
park homer for Northside. PL' Madison Street. next week and the second one Is free. At a 7. '

Bruce Jackson and Wayne Blanken- u.a e.-s.",....." April.IV.I_1..1.w. participating DAIRY QUEEN* BRAZIER store. U, 4..." .
In other church league action last ship were three for three and two for ...CrfOTff: P.N.I. Aft M.NwtlMM. s.ss'I's.
week Madison Street nipped First three respectively. ....... mat Pta* Uwri MOM tall' ,l.Ya T... .y, ",
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e t s4e tie IwM *. tie Aswatrace 01 flee faits Dep.rtweM *.**Martial liioetd.y'less, .at 1M pertaiateg to pUaalag aadxoningtB Use Louis Arcade, to two got a Up from an farfermaat that he
i MMMLt !/ CwwMMrty Affairs. A cerfllkate M0i achool buttABtC in 9tsrke. Bradford Onunryaadty a- etvcMrteat five-year term for was hiding at Harper's residence
10M ll .... tM M KM flron .*UWvcrstfy.f FVrtda. will be of Stark*. bog two Ita. : Union County deputies were notified
The dUll will be Scott All dti Interested ia the More y'e.ramjxsonafor and surrounded the residence and
9%fVM fN.vt K..1I."JMNI WMCfr awarded to time attendmg aB lee tauafct by and toother S3
1--1 .Mr1 pet. n..ryG rab -.. Kootu. krKior of local aaoinj planning of the county and city are invited escaffctf-. surprised Ayendes. who gave up
.....f> the own w Apnl Speakers far the s{ssMns wig came assistance for the North Central to lake advantage of this epportaxuty without a struggle.
a. {Km U e Ftorida Florida Pfenning Oounefl. and will and register as snon as possi Crews specified the sentence will
The topics" DkM .t8 be cv+"'tee ed auttteaeseeare iwwMty AfTaurs. the Stale Errs Of cootuiua each Monday from ":00 to ble. Please call the Santa Fe office.9C453KI be served after Ayendea complete BUly Bryant Jr. 32 who escaped
eKMttsmavs-tiip,the ave tile Department of Natural !:{S for about ten week*. .for further information. prison terms be is currently SCI'Ying'or with Ayendes by cutting a hole in the
HA FlsueceAmt-it 1 L.a.tIw Rmourc. the riorida Leanwof armed escape. perimter fence. is alleged to have
LaM Site 1)eSYis+pastat: Fund, does and the Association of County A Wiped from UCI Nov. stolen a wrecker from Shaw'sWrecker
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;- at the home of her niece MM.Janice trimmed In lace and centered Out of town guest who attended were
Project Child Find,will conduct a growth and development. Shiver, on Minnow hake in !n- with a large bouquet of home grown Mrs. Homer Hart, Shawn Hart, Mr. and Mm. J.M. Howard, Sr. of
free health screening clinic{ for There will also be team members roses,
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their 49th wedding
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8:30 a.m. to 3 Each child must be cake, also given by their
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parent or legal guardian.For the hospital She alsowortt'd Aunt Ida"inscribed upon It,made by Merritt; Mrs. Harbuck of Palatka; Lake.
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Thomas and 1 Maoy. ,. Advance to Semi's; ]BUS :Joys 5th, Girls 6th in District Tennis ;:.

Girli while the doubles MOM of Janice then out-dueled Mary Ann Talman of Buchholz' Susan Wilson (the In- MUMMM 9MQUMJtlMie. INS. lejeitt w
110):1I : Jockel-Cecllia Infante Mid Thomas Buchholz 8-2. 5-7. 6-2, to reach the dividual singles winner) and Mary _. 14..1.NUMIN siwoiar-m. .. ... ...
I Six. of Tornado entries in last There was some good news and Jana Godwin won a point apiece with semis where she was anally dumpedby Richardson: Thomas and Jana Godwin .......,44.55 r.Mw.W-...SL..,.ea
seven some bad news for BUS In last week's opening round victories to five. Bradford Jan Brown of Lake City, the eventual won 6-1,4-2, against a Chiefland -....Clip S..IS.INMMS. .,
District III
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y tMTMy weft fins round matches but District in girls tennis tourney In six points. GHS won the event runnerup. team before losing Fran Brown and _....I...eNa1N-M.ep.....-.-am............
far the Gainesville says girls coach Melba with 27 points followed by Buchholz, Macy ripped Carla Cars of Lauri Page of Lake City the numbertwo M_....QOr,LL 14.Nwa. .
tfctt was as as they went as
Howard 16. Lake City IS, Oak An and PK Chlefland and Oak Hall's Barber in seeds and runnerups. 1 DOOMN-MddI.ti., al.
info MVP. nnufM'Q up their MMNMFIwttfc The good news was that sophomoreTerri Yonge 11, and Bradford"Terri straight sets before falling to Lake CI.ty' -,w Silk ..er/Mk.i... 11.1. Ceo.. N. .... MM MSiiks.
a tyt> place showing at last Karen and Karen .Cheryl McDonald in the iM M1M.OW-l.li.l.en.IM/.iwii.0- ..-....II.
and semis'
Thomas junior Macy were Just
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sNt ...sut Gaa.eevilk. advanced to the semifinals to mark outstanding." Howard praised Number one Lady Tornado Janice tr.14..14I __ ........_._.. -..... Muslin a.CNLN...-. ..,-.4.a- _It........
BUS had madeIt "Terri had to play three matches Jockel drew number four seed ...,.
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; ... ; to the round of four in the same year Wednesday and she Just had to put so Patricia Ives of Lake City in first
,- d*...a.Tunae.......>.> s.in scored the six points which' for since 1972 when Howard took over the much out with the heat like it was.She round play and lost 6-7,1-6,after dropping ,!"'II
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I{, TfcM GiMnftc Kxal")Ml HiA BMS heirs' 26. Bradford's other three tingles beat the number three seed (Mary had gotten that tiebreaker she might : ;;. 1
Lake" t'1ty. 21. JturMwts, 13. and players ran into tough opening round Barber of Oak Hall 63.&1..,that wasa have won the match." Howard said Jimmy Is
matches and lost while the doubles big surprise." Cecilia Infant also had to play the
and
E.+bade it tied with Oak Hall
ferftftfcFtaur teams played and(fell to seeded" teamsin Thomas gave up just three games number four seed her first time out "
of Brad rd's five singlesplayers the second round. In winning her first round match and and lost. Back At
Thomas and Macy accounted for In doubles Jockel and Infante didn'tlose
moved through first round action "
Wednesday. April II, with (four points with their singles wins a game In beating Union County'stop
duo but then routed
were
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lint round victors Steve Gnffis,Chub BUS Boys 2nd, Girls 3rd in Track Meet TERWILLEGARiOTORS
Johnson. Rip Pratt and Carlos Her
nodes&* Hernandes' 7-6 6-0 winovrr Bradford High's boys track team Singletary. He has put the shot FEEL
Ted I4argrareof Sante Fe. In ad took second with the Lady Tornadoes thrown the discus over 150 ss'8"d
Mien number one doubles comic coming in third in a to -meet at North run the 100 In 9.7 seconds. DEPRESSEDWhen ?
Gnffts and Johnson won an opening Marion Tuesday afternoon.The .
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N. Walnut Starke. Fla.
round forfeit" and number two pair 406 :;
Tornadoes edged Gainesville Thursday April 28. In Palatka for
Pratt and Hernandes cruised byChiefland's High School by a 39-33 margin with both boys and girls teams. Palatka You Leave 964.7200
numbflt'A'O doubles
the hosting Colts winning the boys will be the boys favorite and Bishop The
6-0
groups GHS took the Kenny the top girls contender in the Supermarket?
meet with 77 points.
The second round wasn't kind All Friends
so to Invites His To
''I i girls portion 77 points to NM'I16 and field that will also Include Baker Jimmy
BHS as the Tornadoes started running
Bradford's 20. County. St. Augustine. Fernandina "Don't Co Back"
into the top seeds from Bollesand Clay. And Him For All Your
I Gainesville schools and quickly fell Johnny Tatum and Richard Smith Stop By See
'. by the wayside Eventual district accounted for BIIS' only individualwins Call Van At
champ Andy Solis of Gainesville Tuesday. .atum clocked a 52.6 Front End Work. Now Is The Time To
ousted" Gnffis from the number one second" 440 yard dash and Smith won 473.3622
bracket &-2. 6-O; Johnson was toppedby the 880 in 2:09: after taking second in PACE Service Your Car For Summer Vacation
Eastside's Donnie Van Wie 7-6.6-4; the mile with a 4:51: run.
I Pratt lost to eventual runnerup Jon Rich Plan Of
Jett of Eastside 6-0. 6-3; and Her BUS other second" place finisherswere o And Teraillegars Service Dept.Is .
Badillo in the 2-mile FloridaIn
: Johnny
nandez lost to second" place finisher There are over fix million
Mike Lord of Lake City 62. 6-1. In run with a 11:19 time; Jonathon
more women of votingage Florida For 32 Years
The Place To Do It.
Johnson with S3.7 second 440
doubles the Tornadoes were exited in a ; Barry than there are msn.
straight sets by Gainesville Buchholz' Thomas with a 43.8 time in the 330 Intermediate -
doubles teams hurdles; the 440 relay

".-.....Mcf n nnj mcMm....Nf.n.nl. team of Thomas, Danny Hildebran. .
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I "MGt. -PMc, IHt. .... .. l.Tto -' District Championships at home Fri
P. I OOUUH-GMfM-Mlm** .II WMI Jasper-Hamilton County. Jasper probably
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.t Oi OOO.tli.ttii< 4-1 ...,............(_HI _k MtlmNHl boys and girls 2A state track meets ssiM OOR
S.S6.I e I I.I 1 and features FSU football signee Ellis I oU1
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I Softball in Brooker This WeekendThere fOR tOOuOU1 : c e G tl tStlr.1S

won't be any softball in would be hosting a 12 team tournament Everything For mm
Brooker this weekend-no matter this weekend. The Telegraphwas We Have c
what the Telegraph said a month ahead of schedule. & food.
Marine has scheduled the tourneyat Springtime fun
Last week The Telegraph er- Brooker Field Friday-Sunday. May .
rontously reported that Brooker's 18-20. Teams interested in entering .. -. '.- '
Rainbow Marine men's Softball team should call Steve Nipper at 4851031. -
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unless additional' portraits are purct.'ed ...-- 591;
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sAU'I'Q [' Maurice ftdwitl&B, Son Zack: Fined In Fray With X-Wife ,

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: ::."... .,I' .,' : ,>1'' J. Maurice Edwards, 49. of'''' ke WUe :Nancy: Ormsbee Edwards. admitted mistake. (gravated assault Pagan judged J. I'' .' ,'
.... ", $43000.1,1/ was ofdervd Monday to choostf between ,; Circuit Court Judge Osee Pagan The conflict occurred September. Maurice Edwards Jr guilty of the
: 1 1' paying a Sl.Ow fine or ten-Ing handed down the decision after Ed- 157$. when the former Ala: Edwards felony while. wlthoUttng adjudication :'
I INS U B ANC six months In the Bradford CountyJail ",'_rda. a prominent Starke dairyman the divorced wife of Zachary. came to of guilt against the younger Edwa.... "
(Minimum PIP Premium To Obtain and his son Zachary 23. wa argued that his upstanding citizenship Edwal'.' farm on Edwards Road Zachary Edwards was placed on Mvo
,. Tag Varies With\ Ape & 0/lvlng\ Record) ordered to pay a 1500 fine in the aftermath in Bradford County should have with workers to pick up and remove years probation on the condition thai .
of a quarrel with Zachary's ex- mice the judge lenient toward Ms furniture and personal belongings he will have no contact with Ms /, .
UNIVERSITY INSURANCE frank the house The Edwards thencontrOhled divorced wife during the probation )I
CALL Korean Missionary Speaks to BuptUts her according to the pewMaurice. :" w;
I..;"COLLECT 5408 SW 13th'St (5.441OPEN'8:30T) : charge with. Maurice Edwards Jr. During the trial Assistant State Attorney iJ
Charlie Sands, Missionary to If home on furlough and living in : wlercjing a firearm The father pleaded Tom EKell noted that J.
.,6.8-50 '''1.''r ,' _(i 1rl'J.1ilJ..EL--Z:9..Q"'i: Korea spoke to the missions groups ., Giinetivllle guilty in February of reckless Edwards had previously r 'i' .
AUTO HOME CYCUS aaAtt.6R; u fttt S TO i I at First Baptist Church following an First Baptist Church Invites a mis display I of a firearm while the son been convicted of a felony In a UV7 :.r,,111?
evening fellowship meal. "mao' to share concerning activities pleaded guilty In January. 1979 of age moonshine running case after Ed: l\ I'' .
\ r'i. ..I"-. "'i. g Sands also reported on his work at this or her country twice a year at wards' attorney George Pierce emphasized '
n"" jS ? Bill Wallace Memorial Hospital in ecial missions suppers. Sands that his client s family dated

The Bradford' County Hoipilal' AUMillo,)|' Itfs\ to thank} th. IoUg I"g'rI 6nnr+ .. Pusan. Korea, in the evening service. "showed several pictures of the people OBITUARIESDot back five generations in Bradfordwith
bu>ir mes lor Ihftf' cgnlubuUont to our F ooth this year, 1d and Korean culture at the April sup "solid citizenship" Five area
Florida Bonk at' Starke I r .::7 .- .Hern Auto .j,. Sands is one of the 2,900 foreign missionaries per using slides he had made. residents testified as to Edwan J
Community" Slate Bonk at Stork fe t gl"'ter Oil Cti. : appointed to missionary One current project of Korean mis- 'In mil n.a good character with petition ,
inly Federal Saving ,. loan AMO Stump's! Department to,. '. d. .. service by churches of the Southern lions Is community health programs Master David Inman 6. a student at signatures of other acquaintance of
I n A'' torptie-phll,. ,Oil Wlmrnx Alvarez :% Baptist Convention. He has been a which provide health care and Starke Elementary School died of the family. Edwards also came p:
_yvilt C. tonohFvhroNlo; 1 ",; .. "" TI hll.1 Sander. W missionary In Korea seven years and hygiene information through local I cancer Saturday. April 14. In Alachua before the court to read a statement p'
::orl L Johns Neva Flynn '' In the Bill Wallace Memorial Hospitalfor residents and volunteers in nearby General Hospital in Gainesville. himself. He said his son's former wife
Draw It\ ". Kelly o n the past three years. Presently,he Villages in the vicinity of Pusan. David was born July 13. 1972 in had Ignored no trespassing signs( /
J i Dmjk, .'. I f:. Gainesville. when she entered the property when y
Or WII"om.Moteh...or '. I' BroRw.dndshDr \ I. Survivors Include his stepfatherand the Incident occurred and also charge rt"'
Mgr Jackson d& s : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Legals mother Jacob L. and Martha S. ed the state attorney with being prejudiced '
parsqr1l.ntSto. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL .' Together with Range Sanders Fried of Gainesville hisfatht'r
: him. ;
Etjlydc B : '. against
Terwillugar .,D1lTS.: : ; .
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CttayM.: I J. CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Circuit Court 61 f Brodlord' Tappan 30" Elee. Model Charles D. Inman of Mon.
Storko Pant :
faifsworthDentiiork CenttrPat eJ 44;.-IHardy:i \i.: AtratlowB5dford OF FLORIDA, 'In and for County' Florida, I will .0515.; RefrigeratorWhirlpool tgomery Alabama: his maternan ...- I I. 1
County: Hospital Medico! Stall Bradford Cos. No. tell the property tiluale 12 cu. ft. grandparents Mr and Mrs. Malcolm '
Furnittjrn Co .
Holiday Inn, Card lumikii
'I. 7997. 'In Bradford County Model No.B EVTI2DY Sanders of Starke and an aunt Carrie
'
Julio Flout I
,. f fWlnklm ".v. Durrone CIVIL ACTION Florida, detcrlbed at: at Public Sale, to the Sanders of Gainesville. The family of Mrs Willie Mae .
ElfdricSjanlf Jet Wolbert. Att-ot.law. '. Molton. Allen t Commence 460' East highest and belt bidder, Funeral services were held Monday Climer would like to thank you all (for I':.
Jl! y Nro..g.; '.''VDouglas ; Piggly Wlgglyj ; William, Inc. a corpora. and 330.8V North of the for cash at the (rant afternoon, April 16, in the First your kind words, flowers food and
Hardy Archer-Tanner Funeral Horns lion, Plaintiff, v, Sam Southwett corner of the door of the Bradford Presbyterian Church of Starke with especially your prayers during the .
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HardyAfc D. L. Shulord Wllliomt, unmarried, \
loss of mother. A thanks to
; Courthouse of our special
T NW'/i of the SW'of County Dr. Jacks G. Hand officiating. Burial
Baldwin ,, r '. kith!: Stan Bootery D.f.ndanh Section 22, Twp 6SS Slarke, Florida ol' II was in Crosby Lake Cemetery under Pine Level Baptist Church and the Archer t
"or Harry Gruen Anonymous Donor NOTICE OF .. o'clock 7, Tanner Funeral Home who did a 't':
Range 22 E at starting a.m. on May direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral !
Badco. Furniture SALE >-
; McDonald
great job. :
point and run East 100', Home.
Jflfflt 5 Sonny's Bar.B Q Restaurontu Notice I It hereby given thence North 100.85'thence 1979.Gilbert S, Brown a* The Family of
(Leila, Dress A Gilt Shpp .. Jack Haien( ,- that, pursuant to a Final Wed 100', thence Clerk of the Court, By I Mrs. Willie Mae Climer
Charley f John Stark Bakery Shop Judgment of Foreclosure South 10089' to P08 all Beuloh M, Moody Deputy Jlnurll K.: Crosby,Hi "'II -

Bradford e"'unlr.l.groph Sowysr-:;lad. Gas Co. numbered entered 79.97 In couie In the lying and being In Brad. CI.rk.19 Mrs. Aura E Crosby 82, Crystal ISIt: : uln'l-l qlIn : '
Pold Ad lord County Florida "/ Itchg "/26, Cove Clermont died Wednesday ,
Memory of AUBREY MOORE who j
April 11. Born In Bradford County t' I
17, 1977:
passed away April
she moved to Clermont from Linden,
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Florida. She was a member of the Be gentle with him now dear Lord: t
Linden Baptist Church He was a gentle man you know.
Survivors include: four sons Forrest Open thy arms wide and welcome him '
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES Clermont, W.C., Groveland Billy in. For he was tired and full of woe.
YI Dunnellon and Stanley, Gilbert
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S.C.; three daughters Mrs. Evelyn Give him your tender loving care .
Thomas Altamonte Springs Mrs. That shall make his spirit soar;
Hazel Parrish Winter Garden Mrs. Give him thy gift of eternal life ;'
Marjorie Parrish; Linden; one That he may rejoice evermore. !

1\0\\5, brother Clyde Edmondson Miami; Make room for him in thy glorious 1. \
soft four sisters Mrs. Annie Richardson house. And prepare for him a bed:
Butts, "US Miami. Mrs. Patsy Scales Sanford On a nod white cloud with a pillow of
,., Mrs. Effie Crosby and Mrs Cleone satin Where he may rest his weary
1l1.S & .. Reagan Starke; 16 grandchildrenand head. .
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\ : 15 great-grandchildren.
r /t 1\\\1.5 a.1I1I1lS! INFLATION FIGHTER CERTIFICATES Funeral services were held in Sometimes when the loss and grief I
E 8& t 1 .. ;XAN BE REDEEMED UNTIL MAY S. 1.7.. Linden, Saturday April 14. Interment feel. Are almost more than I can
followed in Linden Cemetery with bear;
Reverend Gene Bohoner and Jerry I look to heaven with wide-open eyes.
Alexander officiating Kurflss And can almost see him there.
,
miit MO met*oooo mm,MML*
fAl help
From his loving wife
in
mn rnii.n IITIU.S.M. OYANTRY raw.lrerw.a Funeral Home Groveland was
charge of arrangements. Lilly Mae Moore ,,
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Senior ClUzentThe part of Mr*. Ernestine. Denmark's tkm for mumps, polio rubella and
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Hampton Senior Citizens Club this MU. q{ RegistrationKindergarten Testing, ,it )
necttcut'they are enjoying lovely
will meet in the City HaU Friday, Mrs. Russell Gilbert and Karen of registration for the '
Florida sunshine and the'
Hunt student*
Egg springtime Teachers are preparing .
Mlcanopy; Rita and Gerald Meng of 1979-80 term will begin April 23 !
April 20. at 2 p m. flowers prevalent In this year wlid *'*
CTBS WBrbf conducted
for testing
Gainesville, Mr. and M", ne anytime during school hour 't'
Come for fun .
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annual Easter Egg area. this week and >
The Hampton ..1.' and Angela, their'RN' .: throughout epn .
Children must be five old
Meng
by "
Hunt was held Saturday. April 14. at Celebrating Easter with tha, *.ul. years pleted next week. '
the City Park. Birthdays Meng family were Mr. and Mr*. News Jan. 1, 1980, to enter Kindergarten All students should be on hand for1-.'
children Theron Hunter Adam and Hampton Elementary They must present a birth certificate tV
A large number of local enjoyed Reoee*of this testing
the party of figs, cab and Ttmmy Nugent celebrated his 12th Keystone Heights; Mr. and Mr*. Randy New Students and have verification of tmmuniza-

Koolaid. The party was furmshcd birthday Apnlli.NK.bHI Scoggins and April, Mr. and Mrs. BHBMB '
and prepared by volunteers tneludtnf Starling turned fix April Kenny McClure, Kasey and Ryan of New students welcomed at school .. __ .I
Myrtice Green Mabel McG 4loulgll Tampa, Beverly Meng and David on Monday were Lance Hopkins in I
Charlene Lester Lola Ohamsm and 13La Looney was seven years old Wanner of Orlando, and Joyce Meng Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade who
Marcia Woods. Gratitude com I*the of Starke. transferred from Southside in Starke. t.
Pinebreeze EM Farms at 3Z Ir ale Sandra. Melton celebrated her 10thktthday Joining the Francis Meng family Becky Watson entered Mrs. Joyce
who donated the eggsC.B. April 17. for a bar-b-que dinner on Easter Sunday Kuykendall's second grade Cu?.s cad I
Janet A. Williams enjoyed a family were Mr. and Mrs. David Meng, formerly lived near Orlando and her t
.0iIdI party on Easter Sunday in observance Tina and Carrie of Starke; Mr. and brother. John Watson, who became a AI..IUIL
: of his 75th birthday which occurred

The member ol the Br* r4O...i April 12. DikeaThon Set for April 28 in StarkeBradford RATE ,

ty TunbenvolTOS CB. CDufe. ,.* tot :
holding their regular twnrttwe at **> Convalescing County bike enthusiasts At St. Jude's, doctors and scientistsare On Six Month
Qty HOI ea Uw xtwrad and studying leukemia Hodgktn's
Hampton are asked to volunteer their time and
fourth Thursday of c* math at Mrs. Lysle Williams has returnedhome energy for the St. Jude Children's Disease and other forms of childhood .,
7:30 p.ra. Nest meeting wU fee bold to recuperate from her recent Research Hospital Wheels For Life cancer as well as other deadly Certificate ;
at Jacksonville's Naval Air ,
April 28.This surgery Bike-a-Thon to be held on April 28. diseases that strike the young. The

club is orgamted to do Station Hospital. "Those who want to ride should results of research conducted there Tax**...AMMMMI*_...n 1YW r.eo.....,_.... INFY..u'" ".IN...rM
in the ol are freely shared with doctors and __.... .
volunteer work areas pick up their registrationsponsorforms c"u r'.O'MMM 1, ?LwM.w MMN.M ** D*? *MMM
assisting families in distress becauseof : Visitor at their local school site now scientists all over the world, enabling

Anyone illness or interested accident in Joining this Mrs Josephine Fontaine is enjoying and start getting sponsors ChairmanJim chance stricken to children live.Founded to have a better I PEEK ft(Cie.TGI2.Fe (CUKECE; L C [raaw; :
said. who

club volunteer for lots work of is fun invited and to rewarding attend the and the Mrs.visit Edward of her Fontaine son and family,Matthew, Mr., Children's raises Lewis$25 Research will get"Everyone Hospital a St.t-shirt Jude, Thomas St Jude's by entertainer is the leader Danny In the t I Florida Bank at SiarkePoles : J

Michael Janet and their
JoAnn ,
For information battle against these diseases.
meetings. more 1
and those who raise $75 or more will
JoAnne arrived !iiII'---1-'"
phone 964-8907 or write P.O. Box 283, guest, Dykes. They get a special biker's back pack." "But as long as children are still dyIng "
Hampton. FL. 32O44 Saturday evening from Oxford, Con- ," Lewis said, "St. Jude Children's
The ride starts at the National 19 Through
Hospital must keep fighting. We need Cuaronl..d To Maturity On C.rtifico.llIu.d l April
Guard Armory at 9 a.m. and con- "
tinues in and around the residentialarea your help April 25,1979, Th.seC.rlilicot.sAr.Issued With Minimum
I ,. Sl BROOKER IN BRIEF--- to Madison Street Baptist Volunteers may contact Jim Lewis,
up
Ar. Subject To Existing Penalties for Early >
Church. 1316 W. Madison St., 964-7824, to help. Inv.alm.MOf 10.000. They

Withdrawal: loss *>f 3 Months Interest And The Payment Of Any I I
by Jeanette Prescott Beauty Pageant April 7 at the :I 1
4X51715PKHSONALS.D Gainesville Mall. She will be a Remaining Interest At The Passbook Rote. t
GORDON M. DASHER
delegate in the 1979-80 state
hemisphere competition to be in Junein FLORIDA FARM BUREAU INSURANCE WE ARE SERIOUS ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS : i
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Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green are back Tampa. Ginger Is the grand-
home after a visit with their daughterand daughter of Mamie Stalnaker, and of ; For Your Convenience We Now Offer New Drive In Banking Hours: I
her family, Mrs. Annette Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Adams of Ellisville. H Life Auto :.. r
Messmore of Temple Hills Md. While Moo Wed 8:30: 3.30 WILI.II \
there sightseeing in Mlnl Mon. Thurs.900AM. ,
they enjoyed -Olymplcs:
Thus 8:30.: 5 00 .
Washington D.C, and the Cherry The Mini-Olympic Contest winners Fire Homeowners 1:30pm.:
Blossom Festival.Mr. of Brooker Tuesday, March 27, Fri 830.800 900.130 400.800 :
and Mrs. Elton Watson,accompanied against Hampton are as follows: 1) 2252 N. Temple Ave. 964.6369 Starke 32091
by their daughter Ellen and Gold, 2)) Silver;3) Bronze Girls: No. i I IIi
her friend Wanda of Lakeland, spent 1 Sarah Douglas, Myra Hodge,Connie
Saturday night, April 7, with their Foster, Verlene Webster, Judy
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Albert, Elaine Tetstone. Boys: No. 1 NEW On Thursday,
Mrs Paul Prescott and Johnny. Ronnie Seay Junior Prescott Lorenzo :%
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Sunday they all went over to Bran- Prescott, Michael Navaleny,Steve Saturday
ford to visit their aunt, Mrs. Mamie Foster, Robby Jones, Carl Foster. to PRICES! ..
Markham. She is still not doing well. Girls: No 2 Sabrina Starling Helen .
The Watsons returned home Sunday. McRae, Susan Navaleny, Michelle :
Please remember Mrs Nellie Pro Silwell. Boys: No. 2 Lupe Ramaniz.
ingle in your prayers.. She is having a John Foster, Ricky Nipper, William
lot of pain in her back. Foster
Mrs. Inus Bazar, accompanied by Girls: No. 3 Angie Truett, Melissa 88cca ,
VJ Bazar of Jacksonville, spent Ramaniz, Priscella Welch, Vanessa
Easter Sunday with relatives In Seawich. Boys: No. 3 Jody Fonseca, super
Brooker.Mr. David Hamilton, Joel Elixon. ,
and Mrs Lee Taylor of Lawtey
picked up their brother, Carl Hodge

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BJ&lIZlb8h TerrI "r ....IIIMt. .... ... ..,' # : MJ'" d std litre Wm. W,..... Wilson on Sunday artd; wtmoed
Pbo..e7'llNauo MJi t !Nte"!" !Oq r'. ,! asr; e Mrs. LsAdtlblf"'and them r NappTFiM1aWUaon Is
day afternoon on "' TerrY 8<<.. whet having wonj fufMmc' "<'i+

CHURCH t\CI'IVITIMt Saturday night *a)0JlMr7Mrt. ,' H, .,. .1.I\J1; .... da\Wlter.Hfi)din,. Mn. Vicki Revels of Keystone
GRACE UNITED t. I 1\ ; \ '" .
Bible ) Joyce i t .,J .''iJ NjH ,;) the. Height, and aa.nw ftt***. of
school.
study+ I\ISTD7t1 T Melton, of Oeoee and \ Stark spent Wednesday+ wUJl' thrfr ',
I'n
church Wed ", ..II.:. .... __ ,,i '"""'" 1'1t. .
every e Mr. and Mrs. -' : MC
Bobby y.fllM fifendl'ly BMnlMten _, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lm Me- Mr. and Mrs. Sanford grasiparenU.tMfand'twsviast! *
p.m. The church hat a nursery for of Jacksonville were Sunday din- Mr. and Mrs. James Waters were Cttllan on Monday afternoon Ocoee. C1.tlan. .
preschool children during worship ner guests of their parents Mr. and Sunday dinner guests of their parent& Miss Brenda Prevatt. of Tale Elizabeth Smyth of'\Jacksonville Lester Prevatt, of Orlando vtattftd '
services. Mrs. Leo Dyal and Leon t.. Mr.and Mrs Buford Higginbotham of. ttassee spent the weekend with her spent the week with her grand his parents. Mr. and Mrs. FleamStarling
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Futch and Maxvllle.Mr. mother, Mrs. Kay Prevatt. of Starke. parenti.I'C I. and Mrs Wm. Wilton.! on Saturday. \ .
PKKSOMAUS: family of Black Mountain N.C.spent and Mrs. Eugene Rogers, of and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrsi Her mother, Mrs. Wendie Snryth pick ,'
:Jlev. David Brown, Mr and Mrs. a week with their parent, Mr..and Athens, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling ed het up on Easter Sunday. Lawtty Elementary School .". :
Eck Starling Mr and Mn. Joseph Mrs. Willie Green of Starke. They Lester Smith, of Erie, Tenn., spent 3 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown, Kathy Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gnann bad as MrnulApril: I l-Yrr i,;
Sterling and son, Mr*. Earl Twton, visited their aunt. Miss Elizabeth days with Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCully. Denise and Lisa of Jacksonville, Mr. Easter Sunday dinner guest*.Mr and !I ,,
Mta. Larry Norman and Rhonda, Terry on Saturday night, at which Other guests of the McCullvs for and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and Mrs. Robert Price. Angle and Erik :Monday Chicken w/rke, green I :
Mrs. Ola Starling, and Sherree Shinn time Ralph enjoyed) a visit with his Easter Sunday dinner were Mr. and children of Eaton Park, Mr. and Mrs. Padgett Dana Daly, Edna Rooks, sweet peas peaches, biscuits, butter. afi
attended the Camp Meeting at Sea brother terry Futch of Jacksonville Mrs. James Smith Mr. and Mrs. Acy J.E. Mciver, of Ocala, and Mr. and B.W. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Bruce milk. "
board Avenue Baptist Church on Beach over the phone. They stoppedby Bratcher and Mrs. HatUe Smith of Mn. Ira Starling and grandson of White, and daughter Crttsie Mr. and Tuesday: Bologna sandwich ( '.
Tuesday night. to see their mother, Mrs. Joyce! Ocala Mr. and Mrs.Ernest Grider,of Macclenny were Easter Sunday dinner Mrs. Harry Johnson and son, all 'of macaroni w/chee'se. mixed '; 'd 1
\iSteve Notch, of Starke.! Miss Eliza Futch.of Blackihear Ga. She returned Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Bullman guests of bin Wilma Wainwright Jacksonville Miss Tina Hunt and vegetables, 'joranfie milk. J",:'
bethTerry's nephew, rind l Bill Wilson, home with them for a visit. and family of Belleview and Mrs Mrs. Veleita! Lovelace,of Gainesville Wednesday: Bulled beans w/ham !" .
of:;; Lawtey went to Miami and Key Mr. and Mrs. Johnny DeVore and Juanita Smith, of Citra. Barry Gnann spent Wednesday and Roscoe, Joyce, David, Jimmy, Roger seasoning, rice, turnip greens pears. ..
west (or a short vacation recently. son, of Atlanta Ga., spent the Mrs. Billy Thompson and children, Thursday with grandparents.. Mr. and David Fulford of Middlebiirg, cornbread butter, milk. '. ,tj!j
iMrs. W.S. Crews, Sr., and her great weekend with their mother, Mrs. of Jacksonville ,spent the weekend and Mrs. Evan Hodges of Brooker.B. and Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges of ThuJ'1ldllFried chicken mashed -:
grandchildren, Stacey Dixon and Pauline DeVore and family. with her in-laws Mn. Daisy Thompson Pramod from Manipal. India, Brooker. potatoes w'/gravy.green beans applesauce t
Darrell Crews, of Jacksonville were Hardee of Veterans and R. rolls butter milk. "b,,
Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordon Vishlwerwararaiah, from Kar- Mrs. Jacqueline Lines of Sumter
luncheon guests of her mother-in-law, Hospital, Gainesville, was able to and family. nataka, India who are visiting the S.C., Mrs. Del Dougherty/ and Miss KrMuy: Barbecue chicken on bun I' }
Mrs. Pierce Crews on Friday. spend the weekend with his wife, Mrs. Maines Grif fls and children,of Northern Park of Fla., were Monday Billie Doreen Wilson, of England, cole slaw. French fries peach crisp .-
-Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Kathy and family and will go back to Palatka Mr. and Mn. Tom Whaley overnight and Tuesdav Huests of Col. called their parents. Col. and Mrs. milk. t" "
the hospital on Sunday night Our and girls of Tampa Mr. and Mrs .
.__ Do. .. .. prayers are with him. Robert Smith and family Mrs Nellie -- "'" i
Henry Hodges Hank and Mark, Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch, Miss
COMMUNITY went to the Stock Car Races at the Lynn Whaley Mr and Mrs. Lynn
t EWSby Lake City Speedway on Saturday Boch and daughter of Starke Jeff
night Bedenbaugh Larry White, and Billy
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Payne, of Starke, gathered ,at the ( ]
Elizabeth G.Walker their brother in-Iaw and sister, Mr. home Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke for g RestaurantNOW
Phone 964-66H3 and Mrs. A.P. Hallman and their an Easter Sunday dinner. After din !r'I i
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and ner. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Grlffis and I
'NOTICEt The cleanup project Mrs. E.L. Kelly Sr., of Keystone family, of Palatka joined them I
Saturday Is another step In the pride Heights on Saturday.Mr. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. .
citizens have in the area. This Is a and Mrs. Henry A. Carter and and Mrs. Lea McClellan were Mrs. FEATURES
start for a cleaner Starke. There will daughter Miss Shelly returned to Margie Reddish and Randall of VI
be other projects launched in the their home Saturday In Columbia, Starke Johnny Tomllnson of High \
future. Will you as a citizen volunteer S.C., after spending the week here Springs,and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc
your service? The help of everyone Is with their mother and (grandmother, Clellan and son Jeff of Heilbron Spa CHILDS POPCORN
needed.A Mrs. Flossie Rosier.
public hearing was held Monday John Smith of U.S. Navy Orlando ings.Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling at $125 '
April 16. at 7 p.m. In the cafeteria of spent last weekend with his parents tenMded Homecoming at LaCrosse Served With Cole Slaw, I ,
RJE. The next public hearing will be Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCombs. He Baptist Church on Sunday.Mrs. SHRIMP I
held Thursday, April 26 at 7 p.m. at went to Lebanon, Va., with his Jack Crews and sons visited French Fries And Coke '. ;
the same place. This is the regular brother Charles Smith who is !in the her parents Mrs. Willie Bently. of
monthly meeting of the Concerned Army and spent 5'days with Mr. and Cave Springs, Ga., and her dad, Mr. t
Citizens. The hearing will be the first Mrs. Frank Smith lie flew back on James Wood and grandmother Mrs. SPECIAL "
item on the agenda. Each citizen is Sunday and will go back to Orlando qn Jennie Wood of Rome Ga.,Saturdayuntil r t
asked to be present to have input in Thursday for two weeks and will then Wednesday.Mr. 'J
the project. Please cooperate. go to Pensacola for his permanentbase. and Mrs. Johnny DeVore of POP CORN SHRIMP/ : ;
Atlanta.Ga., visited their uncle and :
Church Activities Mrs. Flossie Rosier and daughter aunt. Mr. and Mrs Les McClellan on fJ -*'

Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Mrs.Miss Shelly Clarice visited Carter Mrs.and Annie"daughter Abs-, Saturday.Mr.. and. Mn. Tommy Starling and Served With Cole Slaw $ 4 9 \ t %y.,_ r '

Church: Dinners will be sold from the teen In Micanopy and Mr. and Mrs. son Gregg, of Jacksonville were Sun French Fries and Iced Tea 2 \
kitchen Saturday beginning at 11 a.m. Dillon in Orange Lake on Tuesday day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. \
All members are asked to cooperatewith afternoon. .James Starling.
this activity. Sunday School 10 Mr, and Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. Clarice Carter of Columbia,

a.m. Morning Worship it a.m. The sons, of Fort Derreck, Md., stopped -; "... .
Fellowship Churches will be held at by to visit with their parents, Mr. and .
3 p.m. All members are asked to Mrs. Andrew McCombs took John
cooperate, Installation of officers will home with them for a few days.
be held in this service. Mr. and Mrs. Furman Courson, of
Plans are in the making for a Spr Starke, and Mrs. Patricia Hayes and
ing drive. The help of everyone Is her daughter Allison were Sunday
needed for success. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl i
Pleasant Grove United Methodist Troxells. epowert.
Church Prayer Meeting today Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly spent ;
Thursday,April 19)) at 7:30 p.m. Sun- the weekend in Augusta Ga., at the J"
day School only for Sunday. Masters Golf Tournament.Mrs. a
Church of God In Christ: Friday Daisy Thompson and Mr. and
April 27 Prayer and Pastoral Mrs. Millard Jordan and family enjoyed
Teaching. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. an Easter dinner and an Easter
Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. YPWW save.
5:30: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. '
Bible Band Tuesday April 24 at 7p.m. .
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Church:, Choir No. 2 rehearsed 'THEATRE f'
Wednesday. Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
All members are asked to attend the Call A Walnut t ciJ is'fu"

Fellowship of Churches Sunday at 3 Stark 964-5451
p.m. at Greater Allen Chapel. Monday --.--..-----.
April 23, rehearsal will begin for Frh Set Sun.
Mother's Day program.)
The First Born. Church of the Living
Oodj Bible Study Friday 6:30: p.m.,
Tarrying Service at 7 p.m. Sunday
School 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship
11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 p.m., Evening
Service 7 p.m. You are invited. f
Greater Bethlehem Frreulll Bap-
tlsl Church. : Activities begin with
Tiny Tots rehearsal Monday 6:30.:
Senior rehearsal was held 8 p.m. Mon

day Tuesday of each week Prayer ,Regular and low sulfur oil are down to 120, (or 140, if you havein
Meeting 7:30.: All Circles meet each zGUFA'
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Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in various short supply. And expensive. a dishwasher). And if you're going ,

homes. Thursday Story Hour at the So right it's more to be for three or more days '-> ,' '
church at 7:30.: Friday the Sunday s sA8TIMOO now important away ,
School Department will conduct a than ever to practice conserving' turn your water heater off. t' y

Sunday School teacher's seminar for electricity. Governor Graham is \ ... .
six weeks There is no registration. ?" I
You are welcome to join with us. t+*IItLTtlRq1fOtl a voluntary conservation t. "'" I
encouraging ,, ,, ., '
Sunday the Annual Youth Day will : '
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be observed with the youth in charge. rugrambecauseit'sinevery- ; ",, t ,:'

Sunday Worship School It a.m.9:30:Dinner a.m.12:30.:Morning Ser 'EVERY 1 body's best interest to preserve our .';':' ,, !l''f; i. J .

vices will terminate at 3 p.m. WHICH energy resources. We agree. And "::... ::\, ,

The sing Community at Greater Choir'Allen of Lawteywill AME WAY here are some of FPL's suggestions; >',M no' K ,

Church Monday April 23, at 8 p,m. OUT L+00Z[' on how* you can lend a hand. At:.,' ,;,, ',i tr

Everyone is invited. 9''".: .. '> .'I
The Bradford Christian s '
County
Literary Society sang Easter'Music { : I"J j / A flick of the finger will turn
Easter Morning in different sectionsof :.3.Q.U.BM-H: :) ;1! ;; ; /
northeast Starke and Lincoln City, ... '' a. '.I _.:I'' offanylightoranplianceyou'renor.using.

7:30-9:30 The: Society p m. joined the Hampton Frf. Sat. Jr '.:l ) Don't do a handful of laundry It's a small economy, but notwhen'you

members in Hampton and participated "CRIME BUSTERS" <,J'> ? or dishes. Wait until you have a multiply it by thousands

Macedonia in their Missionary Easter program Baptist at o PLUS. full load. And use cold water when ()hours and' millions homes.

Church at :3 p.m. a? ... ; ever possible.If And, if you're planning toN
At 5:30: pm. the Society members have poollend hand
{fl. you a a new-home there's
and friends gathered at the home of buy a more
Mrs. Maurice White where they were by reducing the hoursof pump s thanahandfulofreasansruask
served cake and punch and given'beautiful A finger and thumb is all ,i it ltperationtutheminimumreyuired
The following 'l'ourbuil"lcr'bulttFPL's\Xltn-\Vise;
colored
ladies furnished eggs.and served the .takes to turn your air-conditioner c manufacturer. That will Living Program; and the builtinenergysaving"
refreshments for the occasion: Mrs. thermostat Up to 78 A comfortablesetting make :
Louise Broxton. Mrs. Clara Parker, -......-.-...-.----.-..... your bill take a dip, too. j features: 'that will
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thatwillresultinsigjhificantsavings.
Francis Jenkins. Linda( Williams and -
Sun. Mon. help reduce your electricity custs.It .
Queen Albert. After the singing of ? I. ;
Easter hymns the guests departed at I.,, N
6:30 p.m.Xew !.It
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Bethel BaptUt Church. : Prayer 'oil'v..4.d
Meeting and Bible Study is held each >: r D SJGW DUYWG

Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Friday the '. Pr
choir and ushers anniversary will be ,
held at 8 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. 7i "' ,:'
Morning Worship 11 a.m. All i r1 : r"
members ere asked to attend the "
Fellowship of Churches at Greater 4 MCCTSFW.
Allen Chapel ADZE Church at 3 p.m. 1f11] .. st;U+i3vGrvrn,+ i w I
Free Canaan True Church of God In } !!

Christ: Tarrying Service each '- Use a twist of tb wrist to i
Wednesday 7:30'p.m.. Prayer ; JTT T--:
Meeting each Friday at 7:30: p.nt. Sun :... .'Any 'handyman or plummet) > replace high-watt' : 1 bu H with lowertcansaVealofofelectrfcity.. S
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day School JO a.m. Morning Worship PLUS .' ".car,''tumyoUrhorwaterthertndstarlAVattag\ ? \ &ulby.+ Every?(tle bit helps. If eye r no lends A'hartdi: '
11 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. : .. ___._ __ .. ; .
Bradford County Branch'P Is, .., -r" ;,.... ( ..i } ';1. : .
the annual Banquet r .
'making plans for t *
set for May 26. Please citizens give 'If"" ue;" .;"! ,: 1f : zao.o 1 ./:> th.W9Q \

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W.DDING.Dam AND WILl'! HV FAMILY CARACH*AIIJSaturday. .

[ Land' sJeev*, d.toehotit.g 9 ".m. to 7 p.m. l"DSA( \ : I ARlI1RU KS, F9UPOE: : i ''JfOM.tJ,' I'JAt'(

irotn ilk* t. $iS. Clothing for boy and girl, .. !

REALTYFtCALTOM ,..... 964.87tt. Tf*d, ,ladfeisjte. .10-16.) somehow . ., '' "

APRICOT TOY' POOWIi sites, smelt electric kitchen FiNCINGi All kinds, hog HAMPTON' I leclt word overt*
... 1970 CHIVY PICKUP' TRUCK All BY OWNER Three HOUSE ON
;
", _,h. old. HOUM trained. appliances miscellaneous. wire, welded wire, 'barb 3/4 ton 4WD. white spoke BR :2: bath home ' Is 10 cent*
Good for children. Phon US 301) South white brick wire, wood, chain /link; free double car her
rim. Phone 964-5253. 1003 barn 7 will fireplace Nat responsible *
964-5065 Big acre owner I I rrory
964.7536 after S 3/29 house next to Archer- ...1"0... Fence and
.
p.m.
Manning Southgate Drive hold screen porch when ever the phone
Stork.
Tanner Funeral Home. mortgage ot 8 12::I pet. garage. given \
41pd 4/19 Itpd Co.. 473-4822 Keystone and boat house, '
WATERFRONT lOTSi 4/19 2/22 TFchg 25 pct. down. Phone patio dock .r whe$ wtf<4 !'

2305 N., Temple Ave., Starke 30 POUR.I97 ft. $2500 each. SEVERAL ITEMSi Two TFchg DODGE Royal Mo-_. 9646113 or 964-5261 for $73,000 Phone 964-7061 I Una brought to the < ,
SEVERAL 'ITEMS gold occo. 1976, good condition. Pay-off oppt. TFchg 1tchg 4/ 19 ,
Phone 904.389-8082. TFchg 300-amp welding machine: lonazl chair' ; curtain car or take up payment MOBILE HOMES Why I97B MOBILE HOME 12x60
RESIDENTIAL TRAMPOllNIi New. round Irrigation pipe and pump firescreen with "dogs"; Sim Phone 964.6337 after 6 pay two bedroom, electric heat
p.m. more? Buy direct from factory
"list sole $289.93. Phone Saturday Sunday
$399.93. or ,
mon sofa. Phone 9646186. TFchg large selection' of' 24, and air. furnished, plus $ $'
sole 933-2433.
4/19
list 1399.93 Itchg :
8.12, ;
3BR IB. Frome in town. $11.300 $229.93. Phone '1-778-3227, YARD AND GARAGE SAlitsome Itpd 419GARAGE JEEP. TRUCK 4 wheel' drIve 14 12 wide STARKE HOME washer and dryer ; l .l;
2BR. I IB. I." acre. $".SOO SALE! Saturday, 9 AM/FM air, 360 V-8 extra CENTER. US 301 North. Op.n draperle like new. lived In .
of All 'In
Hwy 16 West.3BR. IB. on* ocr* Jo WITHLACOOCHfl* TFchg WATERFRONT A.I condition.everything.Sunday April to 12 only. Country Club gas tank (hold 45 gal.), ... 9 to dusk. I to 6 Sunday, only 4 month. $500 down BY OWNER Brick horn with

3BR. 1 3/4 both. concrete block, nice on. acre lot LOTSl New .ptic 22 thru Thur, April 26. 603 Road Sofa, chair coffee Ira 3/4 ton helper. New Phon. 964-8741. TFchg and take over payment 01 '3 bedroom. 2 1 baths living

with lorg 00.... tanks good drinking water E. Washington Ave. Itchg table girls bicycle girl. paint.' $3.000 or best offer HOUSE FOR SALE 419 W. $141.86 month. Phone room. dining room, on SRJ

term Phone If 19 clothing' size 1012. Much Phone 964-3613 or 9646252. Cherry St. Contact Freeman 964.6823. Itpd 4/19 230 I mile 'from hospital) ,
good
FARMS ACREAGE 904-971-3413. 3/29 Stpd 4/26 SIGN PAINTING' Fast one mar. Phone 964.5667. Itchg 4/19 Register III. Phone 964-5888 TWO BEDROOM frame pleas call for appY!

llchg 4/19 194J MERCEDES 220, auto, day or 1-468-2703 night. home on two lots acrossfrom 964.8878 or 9646701.
,
CONSOLI STEREO I AM/FM, day .. .Ic.. See Rudy at St. TFchjf<<
Clark
YARD Two weeks N.
4SR. It. Con. I''Ik.' with 10 ocr. and 2 barns. 8 track. good condition Waldo Flea Market. Friday SALE air AM/FM tape deck, new 4/3 3tchg 4/19 BHS at 514 THREI BEDROOM block
beginning 4/20 Many tire broke $18.000. Itpd 4/19
,
battery, VA/FHA 3
4 acres with well t driveway lawtey area. Phone 964-6303 Sheila 9 to Sat. Sunday Monday. Items, 10x20 trailer rebuilt HOME 1971 TRIPLE CROWN mobile home, CH/A, 2 both, .|.
canopy engine new paint. bedroom, 2 both, CH/A,
2' wooded. South of Starke. .
t ocres 3 weekday TFpd TFchg tached
$65; tool, : 'furnllur 715 S. Excellent condition $2.200 1.730 ft., frame. $30'*. home. 1260. Includes 3 ton garage, $10OQtgage "!9. '
7 ocre..S7.SOO Easy Terms. SPECIAL .PRICES on nurserystock CHAIN LINK FENCE Starke.. sq. 964.5200 at 5 J/. pct. /or i
Westmoreland 4/19 firm. Phone 964-3613 AC. $7,000. Phone
5 ocr. $5.000.Easy Terms : Azalea' gal. can. material. Do It yourself and 2tpd 476OFFICE 964.6252. or W. J. Trlgg Owner/Broker, 4/19 Itchq 4/26 $36,000 Phone 964-6287
Itchg 4/19 day only.
$1.50 each. 18"-24" Fruit Installation .. Hampton 4681642. TFchg r
available.Free "
; save. "" "''''' '' I97B TFchg .;
'W FORD F-150. loaded.
,
THRU, BEDROOM blockhouse
WATERFRONT tree: Boxwood ))0"-IJ", estimate HandyMan AC AT SHELL HOME. 23x25 buyer 1974 12x0 CHAMPION,,.
$1.30 13"-18". $2. See our Fence Co. 964-6359. TFchg : im !tIU: i iI. ,package.topper, Ranger 302 VI.Explorer Three, BR 40x40 mobile block home garage.on must relocate. Phone JanetM. mobile home; 2 bedroorn*>

38R. IB. Con. Blk. house only 2 years old on Sampson Lok.. roses on Flo. root lock. .PATIO COVERS 10x20 $179 I... .. ." .. .. .. .. $S 9S. ADAMS AUTO SALES. 3.2 acres, with 1 1/2 acre Starling Brok.r. Lawtey good condition. Phope
Shodotr. p
and $6.93
On. acre on Crosby Lake in restricted area. $5.50 unlnstalled. Limited supply. Keystone. 4734470. Itchg 782.3931 or 7823896. 4/19 782-3139 after 5 p.m. I II tod
fish Phone '
>i ocr..100' frontage on Crosby lake.$14.300.' ..*, hedge plant. GATOR ALUMINUM. 4620 AND WAREHOUSE 4/19 pond. $47.300. 2lchq 4/26 4/19 .

', acre lot on Crosby Lok.'R..trkt.d.S13.500.COMMERCIAL camellia pot plants hangIng NW 13th St.. Gainesville Buildings $125 and $130. 1978 FORD 964-6287. TFchg. .4I
'i .100 .
black AC. .-.. - -- ---a----, .
964-61)2. -
basket. and many 372.9761. TFchg Phone 964-5261 or ) - - - - --.
I
auto .PS, PB new tires, reel .
more. O. C. CARNES HAY FOR SALE Round boles. TFchg ( f
sharp. 302 V8. $5495.
NURSERY. SR 100 at SIS, each. Arthur Catkins.' PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. ADAMS AUTO SALES. Keystone Area fids :: I
Floro ham., 23 mile SE of nished efficiencies and 1 BR
service with remodeled included Phone 7823140. TFchg Keystone 473-4470. :
Lorg. station offices. Equip. tchg ?
Stark. Phone 6592165. apt., weekly or monthly. FOR SALE ;
LOANS .
210' 301. LIMEROCKs Allen Taylor. 4/19 AVAUABLItAny NEW MOBILE HOME a R.V.
Hwy
4/12 TFchgBURGLAR lawtey Phone 782.3172 NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS.mon'hlv 197 PLYMOUTH amount horn or venture. also Height New 3. BR. 2 ]
DUSTER
PARTS STORE.
extra
218' frontage on Hwy 301-Service Station pumps ond tanks AND FIRE only. 2313 N. Tem and
wood stucco homeappliances
weekday after 6 or nice, 6 real Ethel G. Botchelder, RI.2 81
Includ.d. ALARMS Reldentlal' and p.m. ple. Stor..... TFchg cylinder, air Whirlpool. GE. RCA port included. *
anytime weekend. TFchg clean good prIce ADAMS Box 409. Keystone Heights WHEELERS between
Hwy 301 North ISO'xJW lot with small con. blk. bldgGreat commercial. Freeeitlmate*. TWO APARTMLMTS: two H/A, wall Jocarpet.
BAHIA HAY Argentina AUTO SALES Keystone FI.326S6. Licensed Mortgage .
Location. DON HILL SECURITY K.y.ton..M.lro.
bedroom, unfurnished. In .1 ,215 sq.ft. pls
Mobil. Home Park-12 ocr.. Included 8 mobile homes SYSTEMS. 473-3349. TFchg highly fertilized. Phone Stark Inquire To-Rena 4734470.1977 Itchg 4/19 Broker. Phone 4732585. .' .2.01. tIn chg ./19. garage. $37,730, ColJ J
9646071. NOVA mail V-B. 4
Room lot .expansion. .PATIO SAlfi New 10x10 TFchgWATSON'I Motel *1848 N. Tempi, door 2/13.Tfn. 473-4789. 4tpd 4'19 5/H?,...
new tires. air AT
,
metal building, wall panelIng HOUSE OF Stark. TFchgKITCHEN.nES FOR SALE Berkline brown ,.;

MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS WeedEater. diihe*, VACUUMS Many brand of and sleeping AUTO super nice SALES.$3695. ADAMS CASH FOR GOLD Sterling. plaid couch chair-recllner, HOME FOR SALE. 2 BR

etc until told. Phone new vacuum. Used Keystone Jewelry, 'diamonds, coins .
machine rooms TV AC. maid ser 473-4470. Itchg 4/19 and tables. 473 2859. Itpd located In I Keystone Clvb

Theie lots can b. purchased 'for as LOW os 13% down. 964.6362. On. block Wet of and accessories available.for Parts oil vice. Weekly and monthly. 1976 BUICK V-*. LeSabre, 4 dental' gold. Will visit your 4/19. \ Estates Central H/A:

Pratt and Orange, Stork. vacuum system 404 NW Restaurant and lounge door, luxury car, $2993 home anywhere. Mr. Rill- 473-2183 or 4734844. 2tpd

I lor I I'p ocr. 'lots Hwy 100W. 1tchg4/19 10th Ave. Gainesville, available UnderwoodMotel. ADAMS AUTO SALES, man 473-1089.2/1 tfnchg.' FOR SALE 1950 Chevrolet.. 31920. -J

Lois with well & septic-OS low os 52.995. VACUUM CLEANERSl phone 376-7110. 3 1/2 miles North of Keystone 4734470. Itchg Pick-up rebuilt engine.
TFchg
.
Clearance Sale. overstocked.
brand. Espertrepair FILL DIRT: top soil foundations Starke. US 301 TFchg 4/19 BINGO American Legion $.00. Call 473-2398. Itpd YARD SALE .Cardinal Dr6

Paul H. Faulkner-Realtor Every service At Young. and yards. Jimmy Mar. MIMOSA MANOR mobile 1974 .PONTIAC LeMANSi AC Post 202. Sunday 2-5 419.DISCO.. (near Elementary SchcStl p)

Susan M. Bakken Realtor 9646918. US 301 North 2 1/2 tin. 964-3230. TFchg home park mobile home, PS. PB. AM/FMradio, $1500. p.m.Saturdoy; 7 p.m. Public Friday-Sunday 10 a.m. tcf>

Evenings 94-"172 mile 4/19 2tpd 4/26 DO DROP 'IN Bargain House! and spaces for rent. Phone Phone 4682889. 4/19 2tchg lnvlled.9tpd 4/2 at Rutledges on Hwy p.m. Electric mowers. fdnt
4682912. 3/22 TFchg 4/26 occasional tables chor!
YARD SALEi Saturday April' US 301 South We buy and 100 East every Friday and >
REALTOR ASSOCIATES 21 FT. MOTORHOMI 1973 FORD LTD Brougham LAU LOTS FOR from 9 dresser plants, .shrub,
21, 7 am til. SR 16 near SR sell used furniture. Phone Saturday night p.m.to
Irene Foulkn.r.Ev. M4-SI42 121.. Pat Dickens. Several 9646740. 9 to 5Mon. Rudolph Hutcheson. Phone station wagon, 9 po..ng.r..lact.lc SALEiKeytlone Heights.' 2 2 a.m. 4/19 tfnchg. bookshelves some antiques

Vada M. Settles-Eve. 4-$944 participants; follow sign*. ..Thur*.. 9 to 6 Fri. and 964.7966 alter 6 p.m. 3/29 windows, tilt-wheel beautifully' wooded lots on'' morel I 473-4067 llpd.

Julie I. Grlffls-Eve. 964-7489 Gigantic sale. Itchq 4/19 Sot. 3/1 TFchg 4tpd TWO 4/19 ROOM APARTMENT. very good condition. Phone clear sand bottom Silver FREE Abandoned female 4 '19.
9648712. Star..... llpd 4/19
AIR CONDITIONER! 6.000 lake.. Good terms or discount needs home. EMPLOYMENT The Cloy
Very
MUST SELL efficiency weekly or monthly 197 PINTO puppy
going oversea station ,
BTU Whirlpool, used 2 months wagon for cash. Several County Board of County
I
lovable and Call
1979 rental. Bel Air Apartments radial friendly.
I Bethany pop-up camp RH. tire, AC extra
will cool has the
2.3 Commissioners
trailer. Sleep 6. many extras. rooms: lawtey. Under new clean excellent condition. and 1/4 acre homesites with 473.3680 Itpd 4/19.)
BRASINGTON large rock of clothing ..Iz.wom.n' 'following CETA ;
access to lake Brooklyn at positiopavailable ,
? CoIl964.6430.ltpd 4/19 ownership. TFchgKITCHENETTES 25.27 MPG. Reasonable.
Ralph Bryan 9 for interview'.
to 14, 50 Centseach
Cawtilke Old( YARD SALE Moving One BItopartm.n' Phone 473-4308. Itpd 4/19 only -4.500 each. Commercial HOUSE FOR RENT! 2
or entire rack at (Due to changes In Federal
Sale & Service Real Estate everything goes. Friday thru price and other Item right 413 ., Pool TV AC 1973 MAVERICK AT AC. 6 lots on SR-21 North bedroom I bath, living Regulations the following

Fme Selection Of Sunday, 10 to 6 p.m. 1015 Polk St.,. 9 to 6pm.. Thurs.. utilities Included. Totally cylinder. Phone 964-8011 or available, OwnerSalesman room, dining room utility adjustments have been
2303 N. T.mpl. Ave. .
Eastwood Dr. IIpd ,19 furnished. Weekly, monthly 9646813. Itpd 4/19 473 4375. 2/22 room'
Frl.. Sat. 4/19 carport wtoroge.residential listed
Cars Taken On Starke. Fie. Itpd made In the position
rol... TEMPLE MOTEL 880 1970 FORD LTD 9 tfnchg.
passengerSW .
Phone CROSSED BROOD SOWS! neighborhood. below.) Title II Research
CatUInf Trades: 94-8781 N. Temple Ave., Starke. PS. PB. AC. new tires.new .
Bred to pure York boor. All $225. a month Call 473 3288 Analyst Reseach Assistant,
2001 N.W/13 op.n Monday thru seven for $1100. Phone 5/3 Phone 964-7337. 4/12 4tpd Inspection. Good 8 ACRES: on 214 near or 4732226. 4, 19 tfnchg Secretary Site Aide. To

GAINESVILLE 964.8556 after 6 transportation. $500. Phone Keystone Height $300 ,' for
these
9-5 p.m. Sunday p.m. Itpd FURNISHED bedroomaport".nl. qualify positionsyou
one 4/19
Lillian.ltt"ur"on 4/19 I 9645505. 2tchg 4/26 down $89.81 month. .
appointment per must be a resident') f
for
rent. Phone964.752t4I2 TOYOTA CORONA Deluxe
NORTH CAROLINA KKAI.10R; SKAMPER fold-dawn Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 PURE CHICKEN MANURE Clay County and meet the

MOUNTAINS ,BEDROOM. Lake for cottage r.nt on by camper sleep 8. 1700 or MOBILE; HOME 2tchg 1 4/19 1/2 good new tires, 4 speed, battery$650.AC Phone run after 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg -spread on postures or employment qualification,

3.5 ACRESTRACTS.Ianta.tlc 1.\" 'lf\.t'M)KII> \ best offer. Phone 94-7953. dumped for garden.. Call of the CETA program and,be
.. 'for summer bedroom utilities and 964-8303 after 3
1 2.3ktIHandyman ( 4/" 2tpd 42'RUMMAGE gas p.m. Itchg F.E. 1546.3681 economically disadvantaged .
1 xtra. Phone 782-3332 after 4/19 FOR SALE: Worm castings, Grainger. -
ACREAGE: 356 ocr.. SALE! Thursdaythru Hawthorne. 4/5.26 tfn. If feel '
overlooking valleys. Two 6p.m.ltpd4/19 197 CHEVY VAN in 35 Ib. bag .$1.50. .75.1417. 4tpd you you mol'quol'y.
". mile highway 'Iron Special: Sunday. 428 S. Thompson good apply ot Cloy County .
tract would make 4326BURGLAR
a bedroom house 5000. THREE BEDROOM unfurnished condition. Phone 782-3139 4tpd
mini lay,,,. Has a large ( .. St. Itpd 4/19 house. Phone 964-6841. otterS llpd,4/19 YARD WORK.mowing, moving Community( Service. 915)

-bwr *.*... hey..,d...nn 4 .. '....' .. L&&a.......... .3 BR 'frame on '.4ocses..1. "" 4/l92tdg4/26! 4i> -' JJLX T97sKrirrmont-2Dr.p.m. ; 'AND'''I'FIRE ,Need your trailer, wash- Walnut Street' \ :, Green Co'vespF'b'4'

even has a cr..k that Cape Cod on 1. paved road. Needs repair NICELY FURNISHED ''three Future- ALARMS: Re'sfte'nllal'n'o'rldcommercial. edusi4y2oddjsih.' G.HIR.bllc.; 01; .p, ','oL-f .. \
thru Borders ... HOMEOWNERSDEBTS room apartment Bucket seals, auto trans., co Worth.473-720 2tpd
property. Good terms. 12800. ; gas Free estimates LOST18 month /female
paved highways A steal light, wafer furnished with a/c tinted glass. AM/FM DON Hill SECURITY, 4/ 12-19 part huskey, tan with dark V

only $1500. Good 4 BR. 2 bath on 3BR (rame on 2 acre* paved PRESSING? private entrance. Inquire stereo radio 4 coil alum SYSTEMS ..73.35.95 on forehead. Pointed ears
acres. rd. Need Good 603 E. wheels. radial' tire, 6 cyl.
$2100 down. assume repair. Washington Ave., Ifnehg' Answers to 'Sugar.," Call
term 12800. MONEY FOR ANYWORTHWHILE Starke.. TFchgKINGSLEV vinyl roof. Brand Ads ( collect Mr .
both ;pl Mood* I
3 BR, 2
LAKE HOUSI 3 New-SSSOOOO. No. C3510.
MOUNTAIN CABIN CAUSE FOR RENT 2 BR house furnished 737-8963 or Clay County
proximately one DC, town Older 2,story 'frame 5 BR 1 bedroom, extra I large Terwlllegar Motor 206 W. Results Pound. Itpd 4, 19 .'

Dandy gard.n spot. This PASTURE. 70 BA $23,000 '.rm.. Applications by phone1st bathhouse rent by week. Madison. St., 96..7200.1t71.2D.Gronado on lake Geneva Call
Phone 533.2354 after 473-2435. Ifnehg 3/29. Yamaha 500 WIth
7 FOR SALE:
p.m.4192tpd426
a handy man .. of Bradford finest and 2nd mrg. loin:
HOME C INCOME Comfortable '
: two helmet, $500: dill
because I II Is not 900 fl. on highway. residential and Flight
on. commercial < I
Older frame home 9 "
FOR SALE CB Hou.3-4 473-2398. Ifpd 4/19.
bench seats, auto trans.
inside. roughed wired liberal I
rm.. 1 ba 50 pecan trees property bedroomI'/s bath on
5 acres and A/C, tinted glass AM/FM
plumbing credit ,
3 rental mobile, homes 1 policies.
Wilier and the outside I homo ((5)) four acre I HELP. WANTED stereo radio radial tires, SR-IOO south$50.000 on 3 .

computed large ( I ltenocre) lot ((3)) two extra Incom.hook-up. 6 Apx. $400 CALL NOW I IJax Retail' advertisingsalesperson. 'vinyl roof, cyl-6 engine.Brand acre. Call 964-3773. 4tchg 24x32 DOUBLEWIDEThree I'

overlooking loll ((3)) one. 3 4 acre mo. acres f Experience! > N.wl'I 550000. No. 41253 bedrooms 2 full baths, front kitchen central air.
$63.000 terms Broker-
You can live In It while Owner. Mrg. Consultant I necessary, Full or port 4I G3573. Terwillegar Motors, awnings skirted all set up and ready to move In...only')
finish 206 W. Madison St. ASPHALT .PAVING Driveway 59.995. VA and bank financing, available
i it up. S miles 12x64 mobile, 101 Century 21 Drive tim.. Retired persons con- :
Murphy, $12.500. $ screened Jax. Fla. ((904)724-1290) I sidered. 9647200. and parking lot.
porch. Furnished 2 BR Mobil. Apply In personal j .Imerock ond fill dirt. Land.

down assume loan. COMMERCIAL 400 Home on 1 acre 13500. CALL Lie. COLLECT brk.4I24tpdS3. (Bradford County 1971 Fairmont IDR.- Futura caplng and grading. Free Olm's, Mobile.964-5606 Homes, dealer '..

2.7 ACRES located on larg.Itream 301 'frontage with" water I mrg. Telegraph 135 W.. Call Sl.,1 coupe, bucket seats, power ,' estimates. Call 473-2914 or .
4 to 26 acre in lowtey, k Starke. between 8.10 a.m.f 964-7813 after 5 4tchg
reel' goad acc.. sewer I brake, auto trans., radial p.m.
$3,000 p.r acre term. f Frida 41253 ..'
Monday ,
A/C
About one ocre LOTS In town tires, power steering ,
>tinted glass, 8 cyl engine,
area or pasture. Plenty
out, 10 acre* fronting SR 230 .,
roof wire wheel FOUND German Shepherd.
room to build 3 or vinyl .
................... and Wilson Rd. 22000. .:. .
house lay gentle. Larg.'r. cover. Brand New!II I Phone 473 3368. Itpd 4 19, Madame Jace b's.t
Your satisfactionIs Janet M.
... caver this tract. $5570.00. Terwillegar :
1340' 301
36.35 Acre US

ty of privacy. S5950. $ .......our....future......)..... $56.300 terms. Motor 206 W. Madison St. -{ Palmist- .

down. PI.nty of wild 9am.and Evenings: .. TARLING 964-7200

good fishing In .P. Iryan 80 A form 3 BR 2 Ba home : Itchg Psychic Advisor .


area. E.9420t Douglas m barn trees.out.fenced bldg.. .&30 cross-pecan \, Reg. Real Estate Broker will read your entire III* Adv,..* on t1' '

These are a f.w of .. r', all affairs, ol life" such (Love,
as
2000 fenced 150000. ''t 301 North Trail Motel l Lav/ley /BIRCH S 1PM PESTCONTROlN Courtship., .
listings. W. have "..6593 REALTOI Marriage. Law Suits, and BusinessSpeculation
types ol properly .' farm well Office 782-3931 1:30: PM 0 PM .r..,.., "4
Dyal Associate 100 acre septic Overcomes troubles,
from $500 p.r ocr. and .i'I' SERVICE? OF FLORIDA
W. Phone 461.1225oa &- olec. Appx 100 pecan Home 782-3896 enemies. I bad luck It
have small tracts: trees. divided, by paved
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also have several road, $130000.OFFICE This" Spiritual. Medium Tells you,what you need to ]
houses, old farms, ., SMALL ACREAGE. VERY AOI02 3 BR. Stucco home RATS FLEAS know-She .Is uperior to any other you have ever ,'u

Write er call 'far free EASY TERMS. Zoned Open In Lawley. Shaded'lot. consulted :

brochu,.. You can call Ir. lewtey Turn at Rural. : ROACHES IC
Private/ t Cotiltatniitl 'r
of charge by school toward Baptistchurch. AOI13 10 ACRES. OWNER. fteatfma
1 1-80043)7421. Writ. Then right at A0101 2 Room efficiency FINANCING AVAILABLE. 320 N. Temple Look for the sign in front of her home LOCate

call today. Church (follow signs). with over over an acre sue In garage very quiet on Slarke, Fla on U.S. 301 South in Starke Accross From, ::;

CHEROKEE LAND CO. A01I4 2 BR. frame house *KOA' Campground '
DAY, EVI. B WEEKENDS neighborhood. ?
Murphy N C. 21906 an 8.2 acre. 964-5534 .
Phone 712-310 4I___ 4ia' -Open Daily, 9 00 a m to 10. 00 p m Ph v64-87t2>
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..-NOTICE 0-0 OFINTENTION_ __._ _._ ..---0 LEGALSBradford C'-.-.- C.._._a_._.-a. ._._a_ 'Q.t


... to qualified, Suite G. Gainesville. Fl.. 1979. sell the 'following Lot 3. .. 7. 8. 9, 10. II Delia Covington Rose 13. Township 6 South. beginning thence ,conp' .
County
TO REGISTER whose described real and 12. In Block 10. of
Procter: Lloyd Kmsey. propertysituate Florida. 4 ,192tchg4 26. Tyson, Jess Tyson ond Rang. 21 East and South tinue North 370 feet to
FICTITIOUS ,
the Town of
in Bradford County
are receiv 4 I22lchg4 19. Hampton Johnny Tyson Defendants. half ((5',) of lot 8. or South edge of. graded,
NAME in the DER. Certifica Florida, to-wit: Florida. Section 30,
road, hence
Southeast quarter (Si'4)>)> ( .,run, Southeasterly >
Pursuant to Section Section 2600 Blair, tots 1 1,2 3 and 4. Block In th* Circuit Court of Township 7 South. Range along
NOTICE OF of Southeast quarterSE' edge cJ.
865 09, Florida Statutes Road Room 541, In the Circuit Court of 10; and lots 5. 6. 7. and Florida. Eighth Judicial 22 Eo.'. graded road
SALE IN ( ). Section 13. Township ,,463 leelx
notice Is h.r.by given ..... Fl 32301 by Florida Eighth Judicial 8. in Block 13. of the Circuit In and 'for Bradford at public auction to the PARTITIONNotice ;6 South: Range 21 thence run West 263 fee*,

that the undersigned' 19. 1979. Examina Circuit. In and for Bradford Town of Hampton, County. Case No. highest bidder for cash East,\.also starling from to' Point of Beginning;

William, C. Powell Jr. will. be on April 27. County. Case No. Florida, as per map or 79-51 at the East front door of i Northwest of Containing !
I. hereby given, ',th. corner 04t, acres?
"I
1009 Wilson Road. at I p.m. at the 7952. record at County Seal atStork. Guaranty Federal( Savings th* Bradford, County that the undersigned ,> .,-Section 18. Township 6 more or .1..,. ,4
Stark. Fla 32091 doing Federal ., Florida of Courthouse 'In Star..... .:
locations: Guaranty Savings the and Loon Association .
Clerk of 22 Together'
business under the firm, the Circuit Court :: South Range East with,", (He
and Loan Association Ensey Survey all beingin of Gainesville a Florida during the legal' In and lor Bradford'County run- South 880 fee 'for buildings and improve.,

r: name of "Bill POWELL DER. 2600 Blair Stone of Gainesville a Section 30. Township 7 corporation Plaintiff' vs hour ot sale la-wit': 1 1:00': under and by Poln,. of Beginning, ments sJuated lher, .on..j

REAL ESTATE". J JIB N. Twin Towers Of corporation. Plaintiff v* South. Range 22 East. .' Arthur Brunoi'Moos:: Brothers P.M.. same being a legal virtue of the Court* thence continue South The abqvi described:

r; Walnut Street. Storke. Building, Tallo. Arthur Bruno Mao Bradford' County. 'fnc.,and Albert sales day and, o legal, order entered In the 880 feel thence. East) properly .tpgelher witl>

Fla. 32091, Intends ..... Fl. Proctor: Brother Inc., and Certified Florida. Birl and Modelyn Birl hlsi hour of sale.Dated above cause directingsale 13 I 1.30 feet, thence all of the tenements)

register' said fictitious ., Knight. Grocer of Florida at public auction to Ihe i wife. Defendants.NOTICE this 10th day of 'of the prop.rty North 869.3 feef. thence hereditaments., qnd'

name under the provision Suwanne River' Water Inc., Defendant' highest bidder for cosh OF .MORT. Apr.l. A.D. 1979. hereinafter' described West, 1314.65 feeS! to appurtenance* thereunto ,
'
c of aforesaid District at the East front door of ,GAGE FORECLOSURESALE George H. Pierce. 996 will offer for sole, and Point' ;,.ol Beginning, end belonging or if any. *

: ; statute. Street. White Spr NOTICE OF the Bradford County North Temple Avenue. tell at public auction to lying In| the' West half wise appertaining' t

;:7 William C. Powell, Jr. .. Fl Proctor: Jo. MORTGAGEFORECLOSUR' Courthouse 'In Stark. Pubhe, notice Is hereby Stark. Florida '32091.: th* highest' and best bidder (W', ) of Northwest be sold 9t,5a4gi.Ipursuance ; irj

owner.Dated. Florida' during th* legal given mat pursuant to Attorney for Plaintiff. for cass of the East quarter (NW'O) of ,Section c".qidorde ..

I c. this 12th day of. Southwest Fla. Water SALE hours of. sole, to-wil, : and In strIct Accordance Gilbert '5. Brown Door of the Bradford ,-18,. Township 6 DATED 01( $,-torkj

/ April, A.D. 1979. at District' : 1:13: P.M.. same being a' with the Summary Final CI.rk of the Circuit Court( County Courthouse, lit South' Range 22 East: Bradford,, ,,cqliisjr.

t 5tark. .. Fl. 4 12 4tchg Highway 41.7 Miles Public notice I I. hereby legal tale day and a Judgment of Foreclosure ot Irodlord'County.. Stork. Florida ,on April| Save and excepting Florida. th.'l\d (,ftly,9J; t

I'< 53. of. Brooksvill. given .that pursuant to legal hour of ale. entered In this cause on Florida. 4 12 2tchg 4 19., 30.1979ctLOOP. : M.. the .".r.iro"" the following: AorlJ. A J>,, ???, ,' ,

.. Proctor': Ray Mc. and f M strict accordance Doted this.IOth day of April 10. 179, the following described pro Commence at the Southw Clerk pf: ClrculGOI'";

NOTICE .. wllh 'lhe Summary Final'Judg.nf April. A.D.. 1979. undersigned a* Clerk of petty situate. 'lying and ,, .st j corner of South'' Gilbert S. "rQvts. .

DER. 5301 Gun-Club : of Foreclosure' George H..Pierce 996 the told i Court, will on In the Circuit" Court being In Bradford County. west quarter ((5W't4)) of George I H,.. Pr, i,


., Environmental! Regulation Proctor: Jim Bauch. April 10.979, the Stark. Florida 32091. l79. 'sell.th*'following and for Bradford County ( .) of Sectional Il, ".O. Praw.R\0o/l."

(DEl) will give DER.' St. John River' undersigned' a* Clerk of Attorney 'for Plaintiff.. described t real', property Florida. Case No. 7343. : 'The Nonhwe;t quarter Township 6 South Range Stork. JIq.: ,I4a. .iOObo

,. examination*. for. Water ." Branch Of. aid Court, .wlll,an, th.. GilbertS. Brown ,Clerk situate 'to Bradford County T.M. Edwards: SIng,.. (NW'.1 of $Oul""U!' 22 Cast end rut North Attorney focPIntiyj'\ | !

; Wlt Contralto',1' ; 82.N,VV J3rd Ave ; el May. A.D, o< lie Circuit Court ol Florida tOW :; Plaintiff' Lois '' tfl1l ,
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r 5, \ ,, Jtrj.rfoy vt Hagdn.. Quarter (SE'.) of Sect.on 880 feet for a point of tc.QI1,,, ,, ) ,, n
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: ,: I ,'$EltYlCE; S, ; iiiiIL: ; I rnitnmI; ; I / I SERVtctSJ" ., fllfllGOOD i. i 'QP.t "fUJutJt, : $:: : /rWItgpr' ;

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ITRAVED MONIY TO LOANi Fiat S. .. .
COWSiOecrlbe and poy for cand and Third mortgage ASSUMI MORTGAGE on DINING ROOM HUP- Nor BULLDOZER WORK, large or .
.-. 496-2219 4, I' atchcj on private home.. duplexes, 1978 Manatee Double wide man* Restaurant Waldo, ""all/aba.| !tandcearing( and mobile home PRICES PAID for used EVER WANTED TO OWNS ,. : REALTY
"'210. commercial property Mobile home 60.24: :3 Via Apply In person ../5 leveling. Phone Jimmy Martin If mortgage I I. beautiful Fashion Boutique I
apartment 3/4
., motels shopping bedroom, 1 3laath; 4tpd ./26 964.5230. TFehgBIll'S paid or more. OUN'S or Jean ShopT Now you con -w I

flhiii: : center, ate. 3,000 to carpet; Ch/A; furnished. SAW SHOPl Complete 9645606.MOBILE HOME SALES. have your own highly profitable ar..: PHONE 864-7770 .

; 'i; 5000000. Private funds: St-up on rental lot; move ..H. SUPERVISOR OF NURS sharpening service, circular, weakly TFchgWANTEDt Open 7 day business, lecturing CECILIA, r i
low Interest right In. Phone ING over 130 famous name nllWlUIOAI HI N. Temple Blerke" Florida
. rate*...Apply 496-3757. Stork Nursing Home, hand carbide, chain
with detail to ...UNITED, Lake.Butler. 1tpd 4/19. 8. a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday* mower blade hollow ground Mobile home axle brand Inventory. future, .
sue la OUNCI contour Coco. ASSOCIATES 90S Walbrldge thru Friday. Phon.944-6320. and "balanced, leave at and tire*. Will pick vp. training plus on exciting ;
C Butler:. bottle Florida.from Loll.. Bldg.. Buffalo. New York ItTO MOBILE HOME 12x45: 2 ./1 2 3tchg 4/26 Jackson Building Supply. OLIN'S MOBILE' HOME for grand opening con be your SPECIALSmell
Will poy 14202. 4/12 5/3. SALES. 9645606. 7 816.800 complete For
4tchg bedroom Storko Open
: tledewn or Keystone; Hts.
$20.00. Wm. F Seifert. P.O. DO YOU NEED ; anchor TFchg Jay 0 week. TFchg full detail call" Mr. Patrick. frame k...*. In town ........... unit
BOH &222, St. Petersburg MONIYtBUSINISS *:; blacking; skirting and FLORIDA STATE EMPLOYMENT 9047336959. |Itpd ./" fkec. 5y5. reM hoot. Included.
AND SIGN PAINTING Fast 9e5 eS
utility pole. $2950, 4962673. SERVICE hat one TOP CASH STUDIO has
$Beach Florida. 33736 4/9 opening. PRICE PAID for GIRL opening -
the unheard of
Slpd 53SALtS PERSONAL, LOANS Now or 'Itchg 4/19. I In the following occupation day (ervlc*. See Rudy at coins, sterling dental gold, I In exciting new Beauty price
business'
existing or par- *: ervke station atten Waldo Flea Market. Friday ring, GF Break fun
PERSON ta Mil radio scrap jewelry' program. Enloy
tonal loan. $8880.00
available by 1977 CHEVY MALIBUt dant live-In' old Sot.. Sunday and Monday. chain. 'fashion ,
advertising. Full or port tlma mall on 0 cyl. nurse correction optical frame, highest earning I
In thl. area for WBKS/FM. 1.000 your signature. Small equity and ossum.paym.nt. officer food service TFchg watch band, etc. Phone J. Phone collect, ,

CoIl 259-2292 In Mocclemw.' Private and Fund*up....Apply.Unlimited with .. Call 496-9338, supervisor, _I"..... If you ANONVMOUSl ALCOHOLIC R. Bulllngton, 964-6350. 1-813-694-2539 for appoint GOOD FINANCING AVAILABLE '
Phone
4/12 tfncha. Itchg 4/19. are Interested In any of the TFchg ", .nt. 4/19 4tchg 5/10
UNITED ASSOCIATES 305 above please come by our 964-9148 or 964-6583. TFchg FHA VA or CONVENTIONALNEW
RIUABU PERSON
WANTID Walbrldg. Bldg.' Buffalo
office. SEWING MACHINES
Itchg 4/19 HOMES
to represent Notional New York 14202. 4/13 CASH MONIYi Breokei IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
4tchg REPAIRED All make* cleaned fli fLORIADlDRW
organization In 1hl. or_. 5/3. Recycling now paying .20 PERSON TO WORK In HomeBound oiled and adjusted. $7. REGISTERGAS KINGSlir, LAKE Greet view from glass' Its porch.
You will ba required to pickup CUSTOM MADE DMAPERIESi, per lb. at Irook.r for with ho, Work guaranteed. James lerge It '".100.

and deliver alto remoll! Free estimate.. Local aluminum. Tue*., Thur, til dicopped Program children, Ex-* Strickland corner Morgan AND OILs Pretty k"lldlng' lot...*.... ...-..mH right.

own financial oddr.popart... from your distributor for completelywashable 2 p.m.; Sot..tIl6:30 p.m. For perlence preferred but not Rd and Hwy 16. TFchg 1 n...... Sf. 393 Phono H.. Temple 964-7700 Avenve 2 tory eelonlel .,.t. house I cortoee-Welnut' St. 'u,.
Honotty nationally odvortlud Info call 462-2177 after 7 or necessary. Must be HS grod REMODELING BUILDING, SU.. I BR IB CHIA everslsed double ,.,.... Ig
dependability and 4-UU
pleating Oordsette Draperle 485-1911. dally. 4/19 tfnchg, and have own transportation. REPAIRSl New .kitchens den.
personality or. main SAW Ed Business Investment!
requirement Enterprises or LomaSt.ph.n. Apply In person to Sunshine baths family room*. Brick, LP BottlesA Horn. Business and Inventory $12.000) tat IBS' s 94' Center Breedwey I Coll.
position. Good *. 496-3319. 3/1
rale of pay. Apply..UNITED tfncha. GARAGE SAlliSat.. Apr. 21. Acre, corner Morgan block concrete. Fireplacespecialists. 10 Good 1 loca 719 I. leure CB-lerge IR cerpets reIrl... steve
acre
Baby children and women.cleth.s Rd. and SR 16 West between Grllfi Construc .,.,.
ASSOCIATES.Bldg.' Buffalo 305 New Walbrldge York CLARKES SAW SHOPi Complete : sewing machine; 9 and 13 noon. No phone tion. Phone 473-2108. or Motor Homes Filled tion. Brick SIR IB CHS.A on % acre-.... ISO.

'''202. 4/13 4tchg S/3. hand sharpening circular service, new humidifier; Pampers call, please. Itchg 4/19 473-2378. TFchgSRADPORO votssh Good Investment $26.800. Leree let, pecan tree, lerge room, In tewn.New .

d,...' ,. '. ., '" < *. chain leave mowerblade .tc. 810 N.E. 3rd St.. or call SEPTIC. TANK t8NIIS$. .PropedytOwner brick, f.,.. country home. flreplece. 1 sue
( sows at financed 7 ,
.. ,." '''''. ",."" Crew 496-3568. Itchg 4/19. ATTRACTIVE middle-age SERVICE Bradford residential fir TilEs oe $..,.000.
Building Lake
I Supply.
; IXSUUMEMAINCS woman to work In small bar. pump-out $45. Commercial S2I.OOO-4M W. Medlson-lergo I Kerne.
.,. 7/3 frto story comer
tfnchg.
"._L .., .._ .1 FLUTIi Excellent condition. 5 to midnight. Phon. and Industrial. Fully Big end Roeniyi let.
p.m.
( ..,. .. r ; .t USI, THI LAUNDIAMAT at. 160.00 Call 496-3907. 4/5 964-7184. Itchg "/19I licensed. Phone 964-8131. ktlssTOMMY'S 3 B Room. 2 Bath frame, $7.800. let-Hempten Oeks-neer Lake Honipton
tfnchg.
Hwy.100bythoHondyWay.W. VA financing.
INSURANCE ACIN- I TFchg 3SO1S Owner flu..
CYt 160 S. Lake Av.., Loll.. have a wash dry. fold 18 ACRES In Union County. WEDDING
120 ewes, $138.000. High. B financed.
Butler 496-3978. Complete service: .25 per lb. Attendant Providence ar_. Wooded; Bradford MiniStorage PHOTOGRAPHERi Call Joe Largo Femlly Home, withseparate roJIIng-Ownei
13 acre Hwy 301 N B Morgan Rd. Owner firenced.lOll .
on duty. tfnchg. fenced.
Insurance Service. Would make nlc.ham..It. Sapp 964-8149 after 6 p.m. mother-in-law or
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE .. Moines Real llpd 4/" rental house and workshop W. Prett St. 27900. Redecereted.!

EVERYONE IS INSURAM.il TRAP. cleanout. n.w line., Estate, Realtor, 4963978. 627 S. Water St. LANDCLEARING on 1 acre. 10 ecre Its vicinity ef .... '100-SISOO on acre. Owner

Immediate reasonable. Jo. Forsyth 3/15 tfn.WITHLACOOCHEI. MARY KAYCOSMETICS 111'104.
by
phon. JOI USHM coverage AGENCY 4311022. All business' oppredated. WATERFRONT 9648280'xlO'lIMo. Owner reduced price an '10 Estate of like Geneve-severe) "._..1"1$ family

496-2126' or 4962903. 3/31 tfnchg. LOTSt New septic acre and will finance with com..u.. ....
ATTENTION I club tank, good drinking water, 8' $27,804 ler,. room, greenhouse, fruit tree, welk
.. .. ." -... .... ,,' your good term 19049715415. Loulee Starling We Offer Fast 20% dawn.Evenlngi everywhere.
( i group. .tc. or. planning a 10' 10' *28 Mo.
fund raising or social' event 3/29 4tpd 4/19. Evenings 473-3092 Response And Please cell THIS LAND 1 IS YOUR LANDPr.s.rv.
: i'lj'r! iR'if'N'f i call Wllsen's 197 10 X 80 '45 Mo. I "
: ; Seafood! JEEPSTE CONVERTIBLE Keystone Height Vernle P. Odom Broken
., :: : '::'. .. ; Market. Special wholesale : Hydraulic cloth top. Air Free Estimates GRI', Phone 964...." It Enoy| It lnv..f 'In It

2 Bedreern House approximately price 752-5800. Will conditioned. Continental Phone Pearl Andrew 94-7719 I April 15-21 Private Property Weok
964-5734
2 block from Main deliver quantity order kit. completely rebuilt. Call NORUAN TRAYLOR LANDCLEARINGAND I.. O. Dell 9647891Several
Str..t. 4/13 21pd19.. 496-2126 or 496-2903. 4/5 lOMa... .. Delu. .MM lit cc ttUA ..... ...._._.. :
I ISO. Call 496-3)26) -- -- --- ---- ---- -- -'--' ----- --
or 496-3903. 4/5 ttnehg. CASH MONEYl Breaker tfnchg.WILSON'S. FILL DIRT PURl Store ei.* 301, 27.500 1 epts. Owner flnenced.lerge .
Recycling now paying .20 MARKET Com- A frame lessenS ...-"9.000. Over on acre ofCommercial

per lb. at Breaker only for pl.t. line of seafood and Starke. Fla. 904-5374 I......
TWO BEDROOM furnlihed aluminum. Tue*.. Thur.. til fresh produce. Fresh Florida It No Answer 782-3422 :1' .' let Cell St.-best. lecetlon-Owner, fin.

and two bedroom unfurnish 2 p.m. Sot., til 6:30: p.m. For cltru. 2017 E. Duval St.US( Equipment On Hand QrnurgI 603 Plneweed'Unusvel'lv ,reems-welk
ed. JANE S. USHER. Realtor. i Info, call 462-2177 otter 7p.m. 90-Acros from Sear), Lak. .r> everywhere.lerge .
Two Wheel Drive Louter With .
496-2126 or 4962903. Itchg or 485."" 1. dolly. 4/19 City Fla.' 753-9800. 4/13 Small Dozer JD 380 B Wv Slide'Grading Box r v .r* Apartment cempleoln tewn-S70.000.Owner fin.
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4/19 tfnchg. 2tpd 4/19. Lerge Dozer JD 790 4 Wnv BUrte < "i t i =fl2t] $' 1.100. L...., elder .home plus 8 ecre.
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I aol .
Four Wheel Drive Loader With Root Rake Or Bucket- lewtey pert of motel' $11.000'C.mm.rclaLS
.. ..... ... .06#. BRUSH CHIPPER ,"? .,..-.... of Sterke-to 1_*.. ,
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Legalsgraded SMALL .. 42 .c..* ,Inside, city Owner "flnenced.
AND
LARGE! DUMP TRUCKS' ROBERTS REAL ESTATE
CIVIL ACTIONIn NOTICE OFADMINIST.ATION $7500 .4 lot laurel Baptist. Reed. .
Services Provided Keystone Kings Rd. Beautiful home 2000 sq. It.

the Circuit Court road known a* To all person having Driveways lendolearlng> .' 964-7828 $54,900.

Eighth Judicial Circuit of the Prlmltlv. Baptist claim or demand Hold Onlnig Ditches Brick Bit 2B five acre out of city.

Florida In and for Bradford Church Road against the above estate Custom Lot Cletrtng Custom Orede'fron( 986 N. $''.IOCI lot en 301N W 211'
Ave.
County Civil'Action. and all other persons Interested Materials Hauled- :' Temple Starke, Fla. $23,70 Mouse I Apt. commercial (34 W. Madison.
Florida Bank at Slarke. a ha been filed against In the estate: .: Lake. Seme Fe let 75' a 400' S16.WO.

'banking corporatIon you and you or. requiredto You or. h.r.by Topsoil Red Ciey 3 Lake Lot S23.SM large MM Rd. 100 West with 1% pretty ecres.CB .

Plaintiff VI Emm.tt R. serve a copy of your notified that the Fill Dirt Umerock .lO\try Bind home, commercial gerege. trailer fish .pond

Craig and Lenorah R. wrltt.n defense if any administration of the fill Send Oralnfleftf! Rockentered1 .. .. 2 Home* In Macclenny 14'.121.
,Craig:hi* wife;; and Ken- to It, on the plaintiff'sottorn.y. estate of Ida Casque
n.th Flint and Carolyn whose name a/k/a Ida Mae BurneyGoyquoj ,,.,,e,4..... .' Acreage 301' North and SouthXtmnlry. Bill Slllt Associate. 473-2110

.Fllnj.: his wife' > and address I I. George ..... .. 1 Lucille Conner Spry Associate ..964.5420CLASSRFIEDADS..7
,. I.,! ,fonq' .> .c. .ds.File! ,.. LEG4LSa.tlt.'pt ,".. : i
dant.: Ca*e-lilo. 7"- ::16. .i'pj.ttoi.'Pi.tb'or'dy. i Number.4925.' I I. pendIng -,,. ft, musisi ,iOft.' I'1)M4 Uwfrg.in.OffesglusJBttokrhome rio "flip" 'A .
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P.A., P.O. 'Drawer I' H., '" '
Mortgage Forecloure. 'In the Circuit Court "
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NOTICE OF SUIT.PROPERTY 1030. Stark. Florida far Bradford County ment of any claim or demand on" Marsh 26.''- 'lovely horn.: In Starke 6'
32091 and file the Florida Probate Dlvlien they may h_.. 1979 by'me obov en tilled "

To: Defendant. Emmetl original with the cI.rk of the addres of Each claim must b. In Court In the'thsV above : 3 Spacious home with pool |just In time for summer ....

R. Craig' Kenneth the above styled court on which I I. Bradford County writing and must Indicate styled cause, 1'undersigned

'Flint Carolyn Flint. and or before May 7. 1979: Courthouse, Storke, the basis for the Marshal' United ofhl$toes lot on Grand St. MOBILE HOME

to all other whom It otherwise a Judgement Florida. The co-personal' claim, the name and ad. or any duly I Wall! Drilling}

may conc.rn. YOU ARE may be entered against representatives of the dress of the creditor or authorized sell the d4putieswill IF WE DON'T HAVE WHAT YOU NEED WE'LL FIND IT FOR ... ,

*HEREBY NOTIFIED that you for the relief estate are: leslie L. Libby his agent or attornay In Bradford popertysituote YOU I 2" Thru 8>-
an action to 'foreclose demanded In the complaint S Eva Louise Libby. and the amount claimed. :Coun. IGEORGE"
the following prop.rty In or petition. who. address I I. 506 If the claim I I. not yet ty, Florida described"7' a'*: ROBERTS Broker Fast Rotary

!;'=adford County WITNESS my hand and North Water St.. Starke, due; the date when It Commence at the 'SE Drilling Equipment

($ Florida: the .eal of laid Court on Florida 32091. The name will become due shall be Corner of SW'/ of NE'/i, .kh.niI.oMm Anoclete STATE LICENSED

Th. Wel hall of theE April 3, 1979. Gilbert S. and address of the personal stated If the claim I I. Section 18, Township 6 Ann Godwin Judith' Flyrm ...... ................
Brown A* Clerk of Said representative'sattorney contingent or unliqui Petay Slice
Northeact quarter of the South. Range 22 East and Pumps
S Southwell quarter of Court. By: Tanya Patrick. are, set forth dated the nature of the run Westerly along South e UemM4 IteOMurft.Century II Seal CalMs Cerpanttm .I S i I S 5.1..... .. ..
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A. Deputy CI. 4/5 below. uncertainty shall be line L J 1'r and ewetad.vqualHot1sinsoPPonc
Section 156.5
I I. Township 6 feet 'formersection
I 4tchO26.. ( If the claim I I. ) New & Used
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South. Range 21 Eat, of West.rlght of
containing 20 acre, All person having ecured, the securIty way of County Graded -

tt mar. or !I...; alto that claim or demand hall be described. The Road for Point ol Beginning -I SalelPartlServleeE.Zrerm.
",portion of the Southeast In the Circuit Court for against the estate or. claimant shall deliver : thence run Northerly ...o.Stark. Legals .&

quarter of Northwest Bradford County required. within three claim sufficient to, copies the clerk of the to and parallel with isis................... ... --- -IIIL
quarter In Section 1, Florida Probate Division month from the date of County Graded,,* Road .. Florida 32091. door of the Bradford
:Townhlp 6 South Range File Numb.r the first publication of enable the clerk to mall 208.75 feet thence run and file the original' with County Courthouse atSIork. PIumb1n! 'it. PAHELIHG I

S-J1 Eat Wet of the 1-292S In r.: Estate of thl* notice, to file with on. copy to each par- Westerly end parallel to the clerk of the above .. Florida at II ... .. .

v Easterly 252 feet which Ida Casque a/k/a Ida M. the clerk of the above tonal representative.All Pleusant Grove jCounly styled court on or before o'clock a.m. on May 7, New Installation I I CENTER I
Hies South of the county Casque, Deceased.i court a written tote- person InterestedIn Graded Road 308.73 May 24. '1979: otherwise j ;
the estate to whom a feet thence southerly a judgement be 1979.Gilbert / I
run may S. Brown as Remodeling RepairsOurrance ParreHnQ Molding
of this
copy Notice of parallel with graded entered against you for Clerk of the Court. By .........,............ Kitchen Cabinet I
NOTICE Hall. Jack 5.91 Administration has Len road 208.71 feet, thencerun the relief demanded In Beulah M. Moody. Deputy .
.:ij At provided by Chapter 197, Act of Hampton General Store 94.39 mailed are requi/ed. Easterly along South the complaint or peti Clerk. I 'Counter Tops

J {974 Notice I hereby given that tangible Happy Hoe Farm. 311.06 within three mohlhs line of SW/4 of'!' NE1/. tion.Witness 4/19 2tchg 426. ...................... VanitIesFREE I
; personal'property tones assessed for the Hayes Farm Inc. 636.09 from the dot. of th'first 208.75 feet to the POB. my hand and

: year 1978 0'.now delinquent and begin- Home. Interstate Lawtey Fl 90.10 publication of 'thl 'lying and being In' SW/4 April the seal II,of 1979.said Court on PUMP & SUPPLY I !

j fling April I such taxes or. drawing In- Huntley, John W. & Wayne J. 897.51 notice, to file any objection of NE%. Section 18. Gilbert S. Brown As NOTICE OFINTENTION ESTIMATESIYAIU.iOIISON i

: terett at 18 percent per year plus the J I'.Quick Stop 324.75 they may have that Township 6 South Range Clerk of said Court. By: COMPANY I

'I: proportionate cost of publishing this' John, Edwin 57.91 challenge the validity of 22 East containing 1 Marian McRoe. A* Deputy TO REGISTER
i notlc. and delinquent cost. Unless the Johns, l.l. Jr. -183.49 I the decedent' will, the ocr. Subject however Clerk 4/19 4tchg FICTITIOUS 864 N. Temple Ave. I

>-: amounts set opposite each name below Ken' Mobil Station 64.63 qualifications of the per. to taxes If any due for '/ NAME CO. U

:or. paid prior to the 30th day of April Kentucky Fried Chicken 137.02 sonal representative or '1979 at public outcry to Fla.
.11980: warrant .will be Issued thereonand Kirkland' Arvl C. I Julia 87.62 the venue or ,jurisdiction the highest and best bidder Pursuant to Section Starke 1I 140 S. Thompson SL I

: the Tan Collector will apply to the Kllp-N-Kurl 53.32 of the court. for cash at the hour 869.09. Florida Statute 1 Old' Coca
'Circuit Court for an order directing 'levy Laney Anthony L. 43.21 All claim demands of 12.00 o'clock Noon on In The Circuit Court of notice 1 1. hereby given 964-7061 .

J'upon and allure' of the tangible/ per. lewis Allen 495.98 and objection not so I ii. May 23. 979 at the Front the Eighth Judicial Circuit that the undersigned -COIeJ..nt;

.:sonal property of the taxpayer for un- Melton Clarence 9.48 ed will be forever bor. Door Entrance of the of the Stat. of Wlliam C. and Ruth J. iiiIIiWIIiIII.

: paid taxes: penalties and additional Monarch Realty' 52.11 red. Bradford County 'Court Florida. In and for Bradford Powell. P.O. Box $1089.

.-...,. Til. name of delinquent personal' Motel Starlite 9.13 house at Slarke, Florida. Civil Action Molton Slarke. Flo. 32091. doing
property taxpayer and the amount of Motel Trail 300.28 Date of the first Dated: April 4. 1979., Allen I William, Inc.. a business. under'the firm .'Local' ... .0-.0 .
to... Including the cost of advertising Motel Und.rwoad' 36.39 publication of this Notice George R, Grosse,' corporation. Plaintiff v.' name 'ol "BRADFORD .. ,

are the lint month' penalty and delinquent Nlto's Upholstery Shop 9.02 of Administration: April United Stole* Marshal. Sam Williams, unmar SQUARE FLORIST". 82V PARCEI I: The Easterly Lawtey East of Railroad

cost or. a* follow: Plttman'i Grocery 22.93 12. 1979. Middle District I. ",.of ried. Defendant. South Walnut St.. Bradford 14.5 feet el the Westerly according to mop or plot

Powell' Dairy Freeie 209.'. Florida. Square Shopping 193.5 feel of lot 7 of Eon thereof In Plat Book I.
Amoco Service Station '.35 Prevatt. Phillip 73.45 (leslle). 1.L. Libby and Lawrence Gentile. Ill NOTICE OF Lawtey, at per plot page 6. oil in Section 23
Anderson. Mitchell 37.43 Sounder, William S. 37.95 Eva Louise Libby A* Per- Assistant<. United"1,State* SALE Cents Stork., Flo. thereof recorded' In Plot' Township South. Range
Apex TV 11.75 Scott. Nile W. 6454 sonol Representative of Attorney Attorney'; for 32091 Intends to Book I, page 6 of the 22 East

Associated So Millwright 96.32 Self Service Oil Marketer Inc./Copltal the estate of Ida Mae plaintiff.' 4 12 4tchg 5 3.. Notice I I. hereby given register said fictitious public record of Bradford hot been. filed ogams, *

Ayer Lewlt 315.52 Am.rlc. Inc. 331.45 Burney Casque. Doe_.. that, pursuant ta a Final name under the provl- County\ Florida you. Don H. Crawfordand

"rnlc.MorriS Beauty Shop 5.00 Shadd. Elsie' Linda 6t11.'2 ed. J'I' .. Judgment of Foreclosure Ion* of aforesaid Sold Easterly' '14.S feet Wane. E. Crawford
Bland' Cattle' Co. 466.95 Shell Station-Irving' Browning 16,42 Attorney 'for personal In the Circuit Court entered in cause statute. bjlng a portion of the his wife, and you are required

Bridge. Harold. I Sheila, B. 7." Sherman. Hermlo 46,34 representative Pierce I F 10httti Judicial Circuit of numbered 79-97 in the William C. and Rutti J. lands described In Otficloi to serve o copy. of
Brumbaugh. Roy 54.33 Sowell. J.T 90.23' Hardy P.A., PO.; Florida In and for Bradford -* Circuit Court ol' Bradford Powell joint owner Records Book,, 94. ,your written defenses, If
Bruno Arthur 22.59.u.h' Texaco Service Station 48.10. Drawer 1030. Starke, County, Civil Action County Florida I will Dated this 29th day of page 98 of said public any to it on Sidney E.

*Tackle' Shop 34.19Coleman' Thomas H.E. ft Dorothy L. '7.76' Florida 32091 telephone I In. the matter ofjfthe ..11th. property situateIn March. A.D. 1979 otStark. record lewis Esquirs'plaintff'sattorney ,
Sewing Center 3.68 Torode Electric I System 60.27 964-5701.; 4 13 2tchg 'adoption of Tammy' Bradford County, .. FL. 3 29 4tchg PARCEI 2: Begin' at the i whoso address
Intersection of. theEasterly 603 Blockttore .
Cooper Nursery I Landscaping Trlett, Ernest E. J,. 90.33Turner 4/19. Dorian Henley Cose Florida described as: 4 '9. i i BuildIng
Co. 185.70 Isaac 42,57. No: 79-173. ir, .{ Commence 460' fast right of way line Jacksonville.
." of Seaboard Coast Line Florida on or before
18.45 ',, '- and 33OSS' North of the
Crawford Mitchell C. Tyler, David 108.15'
Railroad and the Northerly May 21, ,19/9, and file
Crystal Roam Coiffure* 137.53 Tyson.Alphonso 4 09 Notice ol Suit-No. Pro Southwest corner of the In the Circuit Court In right of way line of the original with the
Dairy' Queen 683.95 Underwood ...t. 6.06 UNITED r I. perty. ..}/, ,, NWV of the SW' of and far Bradford County, Lawtey and Mlddleourg Clerk/ of this Court either
I.22 Wad.Robert STATES DISTRICTCOURT. To: Patricia Henley Section 23. Twp 6SS Florida Case
Daughtery. Clinton E. 36.39 No. 79-64. Road ond run Easterly, before service on plaintiff
36.39 Word Co. > MIDDLE.qtST.ICT c/e William Martin, Rang. 22 I a* a starting Well Fargo Bank .
Demps.; Robert Ital Baking 541 Bluff along said Northerly attorney or I........
Dodd. Dan M. 36.22 Welty. Richard "$.41 OF FLORIOAiJACKSONVILLE 13328Yellow Road. point and run East 100. N.A.. Plaintiff W Don H. right of way lino 179 diately thereafter, ; otherwise
Jacksonville. Fla.
odd. Gr09 22.02 White Maurice;J. 24.07 DIVI. 32226. thence North 100.8'. Crawford. ef UK at al. feet ,thence run North o default "wlU', be
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Dyof.. Horace >..' William Larry Florist 61.56 SION.- you that are) action hereby'lor.notified Adoption .,, thence West 100'. thence Defendant ond parallel/ with of ore- entered again**' you tw
193.40 United States olAmerica. or South 100.81' ta FOB, all Notice of Action told Easterly right ol the relief demanded ,
Edward., J.MJr. Equip Enterprise Inc. 7.84 has b..n''filedagainst way tn\
Fogon. Jack W. I Anne Y. 32.63 Equip Intorprl..lnc. 35.76 Plaintiff.' Patricia lying and being In Bradford Tai Ronald f. 'lino it distance of 100 the complaint' or peti-
Flno Service Station 91.76 Mallard Trans Co. 11.76 I Alphonso Tyson and Minnie you. County, Florida. Newman Residence' feet, thence run Wetter; tlon. -.> II < .
; and
are
Forsyth VO'co'" 'It' ..09 Mallard Trans Co. 54.66 H: TyiflnV Ms wife, quired Henley to servE you a copy re of* Together with: Range Unknown last KnOW!'! ly end parallel with Witness my hand and'the ':'

Frailer;Joe" 90.23 Defendants, ,' i i.:. t your' written" del*ni.'If' Tappan 3TT Etec. Model Mailing' Address' P.O. aforesaid Northerly rightof teal of this Court on
NOTICE OF Ban 153; I"torloch.n.Florida. line 179 this ,'
feet
Taxi Service 20.06 J.R. ,1et'lt. On the loIntlff'laHotrl.y No.3 I I-OS15; Refrigerator war 121"1day4' April
Fuquay
ony '
Kelly. -
You notified '''9. '
'''.82 ... ,. ., '...... ; i'- > .. 13 ft, are thence run South along ..' -. tt.GJt .
J.u ..
\ whose Whirlpool
Garrard Mold Co. ** sl T. \ ..t'!! ttI4... 1' v. : ca. that ,
3.04 CbilictoPBradford 'I ,, f'" ndmO'ond' oddres >1.v t'\\ Model, No.B-f VT12DY' i at'I ;action"to fori.1N I Eesferfy right ef way lino*''I< rt ... 'rowii. "'.J
Purvis
"1otlce I close a mortgage on the' o distance ol '100 feet Clerk 01'iUtld
I. to Court
Guisto; r.t.r' I.'4 County, Flu.Itchg hereby given Dodley P; I Hofdy.'tf: Esquire .. ap' Public Sale, Id th ; by"
fallowing 'In
Gulf Service Station-Walter King 58.76 4/19 -,, i -. Decree that,pursuant of Foreclosure to U Float: *, Pierce' Hardy*" highest end best bidder, Bradford 'property'County.;' point being' of the fceflinnlng W.slerly' ... also 179 .Beulah Mj Mood.' <. ;*''.DepuVtyCferkf5' ,," ,.. ,
P.A. P.O. Drawer
1030 for cash at the front Florida le.tII' Let 7. Town of 4/1"tc 0. $/0,,r: '

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